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AT, JUNE 3,- 1889.
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.Unnlnger, found floating 1 tbe AUegheny
riVir, contained $12 in money. One of the men
who captured the trunk admitted to the Chief
that three of them bad taken the money and
divided. Two of the men jmrnyd over
amounts they received and the third man is
.expected to turn up to-day.
Scene nt the Chamber or Commerce How
tbe General Relief Committee
Worked Sending Aid to
."! ike 9Inny Sufferers.
The General Belief Committee worked with
almost superhuman strength yesterday to try
and alienate in every way possible the suffer
ing of the thousands at the scene of the calam
ity. The Executive Committee occupied the
- rear room oi tne uiamDer oi commerce. inair
man H L Gourley, Treasurer William R.
Thompson, Mr. Follensbee, Charles Meyran
and JohnH, Larkln worked continuously all
Sunday night, but with the return of day would
onij allow themselves a short nap be
fore they were on duty again. Reu
ben Miller, H. C. Fncfc, Charles
J. Clarke and S. & Marvin, J. R. McCreery,
George A. Kelly were among those on duty
during the day. J. J. Burke, Chief Brown's
official stenographer, was appointed secretary,
and he, with George Womsley. took down all
proceedings in shorthand and will maka an
official report when the work is done.
The work of the committee was not in Tain.
The response of the citizens and county at
large was prompt and generous. Soon the
pom was f nil of citizens with money in their
hands, and offers of supplies of all kinds were
made. Early in the day the committee re
ceived the following messages:
Messages that Cheered.
rntLADELrniA, Pa., JnneL
To 'William McCreery, Esq.;
Draw on Drexel ft Co. for $5,000. Our committee
are earnestly at wort, and our good city will not
fall to stive liberally In aid of the homeless people
oi Johnstown. Edwit H. Fitler, Mavor,
And Chairman permanent Keller Com.
The Indianapolis Board of Trade Belief Com
mittee have directed their treasurer to send you
by mall to-night a check for Sl.000. for rellel of
Conemaugh flood 6nfierers.
This dispatch was received from Beaver:
"W e have raised over 1 1,3)0, and start a carload
ofprovlslons and clothing to-morrow evening for
Johnstown. Burgess Piper.
Governor Foraker sent the following tele
gram. Columbus, O., June 1.
To Eon. William McCreery:
General Axllne has J ust left for Johnstown with
900 tents. J. B. Foraker.
The Western Union put a wire into the com
mittee's room about 1 o'clock r, it, with one of
the best operators, and direct communication
was had with James B. Scott, Dr. Oldshue and
Ibose in charge of the rescue at Johnstown.
About noon tbe committee at Johnstown tele
graphed for medical supplies. Superintendent
Pitcairn was shown the telegram and asked
how soon they could be sent. "How soon do
you want them?" inquired Superintendent Fit
cairn. "At once," replied Mr. Marvin, referring to
"I will send out a special train," said Mr. Fit
cairn, "and if things can be ready and on the
train, the train will be ready to leave in 40 min
utes," at the same time stepping to the tele
phone. In less than three minutes after the re
ceipt of the message the engine and train had
been ordered out. All kinds of splints, surgi
cal instruments. et&,were sent in the train.and
18 more doctors went to Johnstown, making
about SO on the scene.
Down on the front of the Chamber of Com
merce building in big letters, was the notice:
:tttanted-2m workmen FOB JOHNS-:
I TT TOWN; supplies provided; pay 2 per:
:day and transportation. :
The required number were premptlyreceived
and tbey were sent via the B. & O. road.
The laborers were wanted to bury the dead.
At four o'clock the committee sent out the
The Executive Committee for the relief of the
Johnstown sufferers earnestly request the teach
ers of all the public schools In Allegheny county,
to tollclt rrom tbe pupils, contributions, for the
benefit of the calamity strlckened sufferers at
Johnstown and report the same, as soon as possi
ble to William H. JlcCleerr, chairman of commit
tee, Chamber of Commerce, Plttsburp.
H. J. tiOURLET.
The Supplies Cnme Tn
ijata every source and nothing necessary to
9Ierite tbe suffering of the unfortunate was
eking as sia.&s the want of it was known.
htajwagons to the General Belief Committee in
moving supplies. "When wanted at any time
they will be found at No, 1S4 First avenue.
A. G, Miller & Sons notified the committee
that he would give SO barrels of Elaine oil.
The great disaster appeals to humanity the
world over, and wherever men or women were
gathered together yesterday, they took up col
lections, on board trams, at the dinner table,
at all places and times.
The committee were constantly pressed last
night to send troops fo Johnstown, and tbe
troops were willing: to go, but had no author
ity. At last Sheriff McCandiess sent the fol
Jas. A. Beaver, Governor Pennsylvania, Harrls-
Have Just returned from Johnstown. Tbe situ
ation is such in myjndgment that it is positively
necessary to send four or five regiments of the
National Guard of Pennsylvania to prevent pil
lage, robbery and bloodshed. The Fourtxentb
and Eighteenth regiments were ready to move,
but no order came. buEMFF McC'axdless.
WILLING TO ASSIST.
Allegheny Citizens Offer Them
" Goods and Services.
Allegheny citizens are not behind others in
contributing toward the relief of the Johns
town sufferers. At the churches yesterday
several thousand dollars were subscribed,
some of the contributions being very liberal.
Mayor Pearson received a number of commu
nications from persons offering assistance.
One of them reads:
"Matok Pearson Will you kindly an
nounce that tbe managers of tbe Home for the
Friendless, Washington street, Allegheny, will
receive any children from the flooded Johns
town district, and will have beds and clothing
in readiness for any who shall arrive. Yours
respectfully, Felicia R, J onif son,
Secretary Board of Managers."
The Children's Aid Socletvof Western Pran.
sylvania offers to take charge of all children
who are homeless, and furnish persons to go
and get them if necessary. The officers of this
organization are Mrs. Arch Alston, President;
Mrs. H. G. Campbell. Secretary, and Mrs. W.
F. Price, Treasurer.
The United Presbyterian Orphans' Home on
West Jefferson street have also offered to take
children who are homeless, and offer the use of
their hospital department for those that are
The Mayor received tbe following letter last
'Dear Srx-3n this, a greatnour of need and dis
tress to many, I volunteer my service In any war
that wllltngbands can help to those afflicted. If
you can make use of me I am at your service.
MKS. J. C JiLOCKSTOCK,
II Ellsworth street, Allegheny.
Several citizens have volunteered their ser
vices if needed. The Mayor in response to a
request from Robert Pitcairn ana James B.
Scott, sent the following officers from the
force to the scene of the disaster: William
Shuff, David and William Sheer. John Cnllen,
Vincent Milliean. Joseph Jenkinson, Bobert
w.micr D.ch Kelsch, Bobert Moreland and
The f ollowinccontributlons were received at
the Mayor's office- Cash Thomas McNallv.
$25; Thomas B. Jones, J25; Original Grand
Army Band, &0; George Gatthart, $15; O. H.
Groetzinger, SL Three of the above are ex
saloon keepers. The following persons contrib-
uted clothing: Frank P. Roan. Joseph Bnka.
John T. Whiston. John N. McBride, David
aBoney, S. T. Paul In, James Orr, Uttiles Balrd;
also a lot of clothing from persons who have
not given their names. These goods will be
turned over to the Belief Committee to-day.
MOJJEI IS NOW NEEDED.
Order Has Been Best orcd at Johnstown and
The following announcement was received
here at midnight from tbe scene of action:
.Matters in Johnstown are as follows: Un
rulyelement put down and order perfected.
Citizens Committee in charge and have mat
ters well organized. Proclamation just issued
that all men who are able to work must report
for work or leave the place. We have too
much to do to support idlers and will not abuse
tbe generous help being sent by doing so.
From to-morrow all will be at work. Monev
now greatly needed to meet the heavy pay rolls
that will be incurred for tbe next two weeks.
W. C. Lewis, Chairman Finante Committee,
ready to receive same. A. J. Moxham.
Chairman Citizens Committee.
THE DAM SCKELI GONE.
Mr. Shea'a Son Telegraph That Nothing Is
. Mr. P R fin, -m.-m.vm. . m.- a.u i-
t 4FishingClub,receiTed a Bessage last night
jirom uis two sons, who hd just arrived from
Sl2?m nd telegJil -iroa CreMc-tbai
the dam had gone down, setting all nope to the
contrary at rest.
Others-who had seen the dam said a small
stream was now flowing where, the dam used
THE STATE BOARD-ACTS.
It Meets on Sundnrnnd Sends A Committee
S589 Appropriated, to be Applied at
Once to Sanitary Relief.
The State Board of Health held a special
meeting on Sunday afternoonin the parlor of
the Hotel Anderson to consider the sanitary
emergencies likely to arise in connection with
the recent disastrous floods along the Cone
maugh river and especially at Johnstown. It
was deemed bent to send a committee to that
place, with f nil authority to. act on behalf of
the board. The following was adopted:
Resolved, That this board, in full sympathy
with the sufferings and perils which yet environ
the survivors of the awful calamity that has fallen
upon the people of Johnstown and Its vicinity,
hereby appoints Its executive officer and secretary.
Dr. Benjamin Lee, with Dr. George G. Groff, a
committee to visit the scene of the disaster and to
take such measures as they may deem necessary
to prevent the occurrence and spread of epidemic
ana other diseases among the people in conse
quencof tbelr privations and exposure.
Resolved. That the sum of SoOO be, -and is hereby
appropriated and placed at the disposal of the
committee, to be used In such manner and for
such sanitary purposes as In their Judgment the
exigencies of the occasion may require.
Drs. Lee and Groff left for Johnstown imme
diately upon their appointed mission of benev
olence. MOKE TERRIBLE STORIES
From a Spectator at the Scene An Appeal
for Store Supplied
Mr. W. D. Stevenson, of tbe Oil Exchange,
returned from Johnstown about 9.30 last night.
In a short chat while eating his supper at the
Petroleum Exchange restaurant he said: All
the aid that can possibly be sent can
not come amiss. The newspapers do not
exaggerate the scenes one bit. It Is just over
whelming. The survivors cannot do anything
for themselves. They are wounded, bruised,
dazed by Iocs and helpless. They cannot help
themselves for weeks, and must trust to a gen
erous pnblic or many of them will perish from
want and exposure.
The Belief Committee are quartered in the
hall of the Johnstown String Band. At first
they were almost wild waiting for supplies,
which were late in coming, but soon direct
communication was had with Pittsburg, and
supplies arrived over the Baltimore ana Ohio
The dead were gathered together, and if rec
ognized by relatives were carried away. More
often a whole family was swept away to awful
doom and none were left to mourn, none to
Serf orm tbe last sad rites. In a little cemetery
i Hooversville, near Johnstown, I saw them
digging a large trench in which tbey were go
ing to bury SS in unnamed graves. At Sang
Hollow the air is fetid, and many corpses are
yet in the sand."
HOW THE RiO. GOT THEEE.
Toe First Line Able to Bench the Flood Re
gion's Heart. m
It was in response to the following telegram
from Superintendent Fatton, of tbe B. 0
that Passenger Agent E. D. Smith, ran that
special train from Pittsburgl into Johnstown
JomtfeTOWN, June 2.
J. M. Ball, Pittsburg:
We have been running trains into Johnstown
since noon yesterday. Handle lots of supplies
from little towns In vicinity, but not near enough.
Pittsburg supplies are going via P. B, E. and ly
ing five or six miles out of town and cannot get in
on wagons. We will run anything Chamber of
Commerce or anybody else offers for relief of suf
ferers promptly and free as nut as it is offered to
us. and you cannot get too much.
Ask Chamber of Commerce to take up question
of police protection. Citizens or Johnstown are
demoralized, and there ought to be 100 level
headed men in uniform here In addition to those
already sent. Who know how to protect lives and
property. One thing is needed badly is S5 to (40
barrels Illuminating oil. Bee that somebody fur
nishes it, and tell my people to give von a car for
Its special transportation and any other cars you
may need. J. V. Patxon.
Committee to be at Each Church to Re
At a meeting held in the First Presbyterian
Church. Allegheny, the following oersons were
annotated aa a nommlttPA tn talrn ph-irp-A nt f
the donations for the Johnstown sufferers, each
one representing tne ainerenicnurcnes named: I
T ,- wt , -rij- . , I
Joseph McNaugher, United Presbyterian!
ITrank L. Blair, Presbyterian: John A. Mylor,
.Baptist: Harvey Henderson, Methodist; David
Gregg, Reformed Presbyterian.
This committee recommends that tbe
churches of Allegheny City be kept open for
this week, and that clothing, ( shoes and bed
ding be taken to the different 'churches. A
committee will be at each church to receive
the same and forward immediately to Old City
Hall, Pittsburg. All money contributed by the
different churches to be sent to Mr. Frank L.
Blair, is Arch street, Allegheny, Treasurer of
the committee. This committee will meet daily
at the office of Joseph McNaugher, 43 North
Diamond street, at 1 o'clock, until further
They Befased to Leave When They Could Not
Snve Their Mother.
Engineer A. Iv McClue, of Conemaugh, was
in town yesterday. He said that his wife and
three daughters were among the drowned.
With tears in his eyes be said that the children
might hare saved themselves, because the
neighbors told them to clear out when the
flood was running down the hill.
Their mother, however, was sick in bed, and
when tbe girls realized that tbey could not
save their mother also, they went upstairs intc
her room, closed the doors, and stayed with her
to meet the death which they knew was slowly
but surely overtaking them. Thus they all
THE TDENEES MEET
And Appoint a Committee to Investigate the
Condition of Affair at Johnstown.
A general meeting of the Turners of Pitts
burg and Allegheny was held at the hall on
Forbes street last evening. A committee con
sisting of William Lentz, G. Ehsen, Julius
Schmidt, A. Keitt, C. F. Bueton and A Long,
volunteered to go to Johnstown this morning
and ascertain if any turners are suffering.
The following contributions were received
from the different societies: Allertienv Sim.
Lawrenceville. $11 25; Allentown, $161 25
Central, $150; Manchester, $25. The committee'
will report at the Central Turner Hall next
Sunday evening at 8 o'clock.
ELNG'S DAUGHTERS AT WORE
Circle of Well Doera Aid in Procuring Sub
scriptions for Sufferers.
The Kins' Daughters are actively engaged In
soliciting subscriptions of -money, clothing and
provisions for the unfortunates at Johnstown
and to-morrow tbey will sendoura carload of
relief supplies. The following appeal was cir
culated throughout the Episcopal churches
ArriAL OF tiie xrxo's DAUGHTERS.
The Well Doers Circle will send a box f relief
of sufferers on Tuesday. We will give our dona
tions of money, food and clothing ''InHlsname."
What will tou do? Send your contributions tn h
Peter's Sunday school room. Grant and Diamond
streets, or to Miss Pearl Bailey, 18 Federal street
cltv; or to Mr. K. V. Jlurrr. 411 Wood street cltv
or to Mr. H. H. Smith. S8 WyUe avenue, city.
Aid and Sympathy in All Forms for Johns
At the Newsboys' Home $6 was raised by
the newsies for tbe sufferers.
Millvale raised $606 90, jesterday, and
banded it'to 3. P. Weed, Treasurer.
The Musical Mutual Protective Union of
Pittsburg contributed $100 in relief.
The Citizens' Traction Company's employes
raised nearly $150 yesterday for the relief fund.
Greeksburo council No. 88, Jr. o. u. a.
M.. has donated $200 and collected $100 for the
H. D. Bazenstein telegraphs that Jacob
Katzenstein, of Greensburg, is safe in Phila
delphia. The Bricklayers' International Union. No. 2,
of Pennsylvania, gave $500 to the relief fund
To-night a concert will be given in Turner
Hall by children of the colored school and
Encampment No. J, Union Veteran Legion,
will meet to-night to render aid to the Johns
The Americus Club yesterday received ad
ditional subscriptions for the flood sufferers
amounting to $73.
The Q.A.R. Executive Committee will meet
in Common Council chamber to-night to raise
a special fund.
The Southside Guild Souse and Library
were thrown opea yesterday to the public asd
The CMMtetr-s AW 8tety of Westers! Pew
sylvania will take care of any children suffer
ing from the disaster.
The Knights and Ladles of Honor will meet
at Lonely Hall, Allegheny, to-morrow night to
raise fnnds for the sufferers.
A. D. Mtixeb & Son reported ihe contribu
tion of one car of petroleum, which will be
used for illuminating purposes.
Two carloads of provisions fromMeyersdale,
two from Somerset and two from Cumberland,
Md., arrived yesterday afternoon.
The United Presbyterian Hospital and the
U. P. Orphans' Home will gladly give shelter
to children made homeless by the flooiL
' Thbougb inadvertency the subscriptions of
the Timet and Commercial Gazette, of $500
each to the relief fund, were omitted in yester
Tins relief corps at Old City Hall closed
work at 9 o'clock last night. At that time they
had packed and shipped 75 barrels and 22 pack
ages for the sufferers.
In boxes at J. Morris' drug store, at Woods'
Run, and at J. B. Worben's drug store, on
Franklin avenue, Allegbeny.flO and $15, respec
tively, has been collected.
A telegrasc was received at the Chamber
of Commerce yesterday that the passengers on
a Lake Shore tram had raised $316, which will
be forwarded at once.
TETTTONiAMAifNEBCHOB, of Allegheny, do
nated over $100 and raised over $100 from its
members yesterday, and will give its building
lor a benefit concert this week.
Chief ixuor. of the Department of Chari
ties, notified the committee- that 75 could be
accommodated at tbo Poor Farm, and that
their ambulance was ready for them.
Bet. Father Gallagher, of the South
Fourteenth Street Catholic Church, has gone
to Johnstown to try and find some relatives
who, it is feared, are victims of th'e flood.
The Randall Club raised $300 for tbe relief
fund at a meeting yesterday. All members of
tbe club will be asked to subscribe, and a do
nation from tbe club treasury will be added.
The first man from the East was received at
Allegheny last night at 9 o'clock. It was from
points east of New YorK city and the New
England States. It came by way of Buffalo
Captain W. R. Jones reports that Brad
dock is about cleaned out of provisions sent
for the relief of the Johnstown sufferers, but
that tbe steel works would send $5,000 to pur
Fathers Corcoran, of St. Agnes, and Gal
lagher, of the Southside, went to Johnstown
yesterday to see, if possible, what had become
of Father Tehaney, and what they can do to
The oitlzens of Enoxville bare called a
meeting for ,7:30 this evening, for the purpose
of raising funds for the sufferers. Dr. Boyd,
of the boroueh, has offered service and medi
cine tohe sufferers.
Chief Brows: sent in a telegram to the
Pittsburg Fire Department last night to send
up as soon as possible to Johnstown a steam
fire engine, hose cart, with a good supply of
hose, and the necessary horses.
Mrs. Kmanuzl Schwerin, sister-in-law of
Mrs. J. Diamond, of 22 Sixth street, city, who
was a passenger on th e Friday morning express
for tbe East, which was in the flood at Cone
maugh, has not been heard of yet.
The following who were thought to be
among the dead are alive and well: B. F. Hor
ner's family and daughter, Mrs. CooniAVilliam
Boyd's family and Miss Fahnestock. The latter,
arrived on a B. k O. train last night.
A citizens' meeting, presided over by Bur
gess Scott, was hela at Mlllvale yester
day afternoon, and $1,000 raised for the
relief fund. Committees were appointed to
canvas each of the three wards of the borough.
Rev. Father Ieenans, President of St
Augustine's Literary Society, Thirty-seventh
street, has called a meeting of tbe society for
this evening, to take such action as they deem
advisable to raise funds for tbe sufferers at
At a meeting of tbe congregation of St.
John's Catholic Church, Thirty-second and
Liberty streets, last evening, $171 SO was col
lected for the flood sufferers. Another meet
ing for the same purpose will be held to-morrow
On Saturday afternoon Treasurer Thompson
was handed $80 in cash as a donation to the
relief fund from Boggs & Buhl's employes.
The entire amount, It was stated, was raised in
an hour by subscription and all paid up in cash
except a few dollars.
None of the projected theatrical perform-
auces took place yesterday, as the managers of
v ., . uauu wom wuk auu
Cftclnn WAM Wftmnl hvf!antatn YtTI1,nt- .....
Casino were warned bv Cantaln Wlshnri- nf thi,
It & O. .League, that they would be prosecuted
if they opened their doors.
The Home for the Friendless, Washington
street, Allegheny, having decided to open their
doors to the Johnstown sufferers, request dona
tions of material for clothing. All ladles who
are willing to assist In sewing will please be at
the Home as soon as possible after 8 A. u. Mon
day, June 3.
The citizens of Oakmout borough raised SS09
at a meeting yesterday afternoon, which, with
$215 coUectedat the U. P. Church and 850 at St
John's Episcopal Church, makes a total of$L
101 contributed In the borough yesterday for
flood sufferers. A committee of ladies was ap
pointed to solicit further contributions.
Andrew Alcorn, boss butcher at Jones &
Laughllns general store on the Southside,
with his wife and two children, are believed to
be among the persons drowned at Cambria
City. They went up there for a week's visit
last Monday; and nothing has been heard of
them since Friday's catastrophe.
A general meeting of the OddFellows of
Pittsburg, Allegheny and Southside was held
at 67 Fourth avenue yesterday (Sunday), and
organized a relief corps from all lodges and
encampments. A committee has been sent to
tbe flooded district. A general meeting of all
subordinate Bebekah degrees and encamp
ments is called for Monday evening at 8 o'clock,
at 67 Fourth are.
At its regular meeting yesterday Typograph
ical Union No. 7 ordered Jhat the Chairman of
all offices within its jurisdiction take up collec
tions immediately for the benefit of the suffer
ers by the recent flood. The money is to be
turned in to President Hope, at The Dispatch
office, who will nlace it with Daniel Ihwm.
iams. Esq, Treasurer of the'Trades Council of
They Also Will Aid the'snfferers.
The American Protestant Association,
through its Grand Master, John Wilson, has
requested all lodges to call meetings to take
action to assist the Johnstown sufferers. Do
nations may be sent to Mr. William Stewart.
Cambria Hospital, Johnstown, Pa.
The members of the Masonic fraternity of
the Twenty-eighth and Thirty-second dis
tricts will assemble in Freemasons' Hall.
Fifth arenue, Monday morning at 10.30, to
take active steps for the relief of the suffer
ing brethren of Johnstown.
Getee C. Shedle,
Dep. for Twenty-eighth district.
Dep. for Thirty-second district.
We have a beautiful line of gold paper at
10c a bolt; new patterns.
ARTHUR, SCHONDELMYER & CO.,
MThs 68 and 70 Ohio st, Allegheny.
B. t B.
40 new .Paris dress patterns, beautiful
goods, made to sell for 530, price $15, an ex
traordinary bargain. Boggs & Buhl.
Diamonds at a bargain. A few more
left at the Jewelry.Bazaar of Henry Terhey
den, 530 Smithfield st mwsu
ROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING STA
TIONERY, furniture, fuel and other
In compliance with the Constitution and laws
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, I
hereby invite sealed proposals, at prices below
maximum rates fixed in schedules, to furnish
stationery, furniture, fuel, and other supplies
for the several departments of tbe State Gov
ernment, and for making repairs in the several
departments, and for the distribution of the
public documents, for the year ending the first
Monday of June, A D. 1S90.
Separate proposals will be received and sepa
rate contracts awarded as announced in said
schedules. Each proposal must be accompa
nied by a bond with approred sureties, condi
tioned for the faithful performance of the con
tract, and addressed and delivered to me before
12 o'clock M. on Tuesday; the 9th day of July
A. D. 1889, at which time the proposals will be
opened and contracts awarded, in tbe recep
tion room of the Executive Department, at
Blank bonds and schedules containing all
necessary information can be obtained on ap
plication at this department.
CHARLES W. STONE.
je2-89-D Secretary of the Commonwealth.
George Hodcdon, Architect, has removed to
hieoaBdsome ner rooms. Safe Deposit Bnlld
teg, 88 Fesrtb are. Take elevator to fifth
J3Dkptai aavertbemenu one dollar per
tquare for one intertlon. Claaified advertite
menit on thi page tuch as Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, eft, ten eenU per line for each inter
Hon, and none taken or lett than fifty centi.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following' places,
where Want, J?or Sale, To Leti and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M, for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with THE DIS
THOMAS MCCAFFREY;, 3600 Bntler street.
EMTXi O. STUCKET, Ktta street and Penn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY A CO., Wj-li'e ave. and Fulton St.
N. BTOKELY, Fifth AvenueMarket House.
3. W. WALLACE, em Penn avenue.
MCALLISTEB & SHEIBLEK,' 5th av. & Atwood St.
JACOB SPOHN, Ho, 2Cat8onjtreet.
CHAS. SOHWABM, 1707 Carson street. u
A. J. KAERCHEU, SO Federal street.
H. J. MCBRIDE, Federal and Ohio streets. (
FEED H. EGUEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS&SON. Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aves.
J. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PEBRYM. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
WANTED A GOOD BARBER 2702 CARS JN
ST., 8. S. Je3-lS
WANTED ONE SHORT ORDER COOK,
and one night cook. At AS YOU LIKE IX
DINING ROOMS, 639 Smithfield. Je3-7
.fTJANTED-A REGISTERED DRUG CLERK
VV wbo.can act as manager of drugstore In
Pennsylvania. Address W. L.S., Dispatch office.
WANTED-A GOOD BREAD AND CAKE
baiter and a zood, stout boy to learn the
baking trade. Apply at H. HAUUAIER'S, 2824
Penn avenue. Je3-23
WANTED TEN MEN CAN MAKE S25 PEE
week, also two men as general agents. Ap-
'ederal St., Allegheny.
WANTED -AN IN CANDESCENT WIRE
MAN; state wages expected and where last
employed. WESflNGHOUSE ELECTRIC
LIGHT AND POWER CO., Washington, Pa.
WANTED-MEN TO SELL AN ARTICLE AT
which tbey can make money: cost of
outfit very little. Apply or address ROOM 19,
Excelsior Building, cor. Sixth ave. and Grant at.
-TTT-ANTED MEN LEARN THE ART OF
VV aentlemen's garment cutting; no trying
on required: night sessions Monday, Wednesday
and Saturday, 7toP. M U4 Woodst. URL1N&
ft SON. ap36S
WANTED-A MAN THOROUGHLY POSTED
on fire brick, clay and foundry supplies in
Chicago and vicinity. Address the GARDEN
CITY SAND CO., No.SS W. Van Buren St., Chi
cago, 111. je2-27
WANTED-TBAVELINO SALESMAN FOR
a wholesale bootand shoe house for Mercer
county and B. & O. R. R. : none but an experi
enced man need apply. Address P. O. BOX 431,
Pittsburg, Pa. Jel-67-MTus
TJTANTED-AN HONEST, ACTIVE MAN. OF
V V good habits, located outside leading cities,
for position representing old established firm In
his State; references. MANUFACTURER. Lock
Box 1S10, N . Y . oc7-48-n
-fTT-ANTEU-AGENTS-ANAHCHY AND AN-
TT Aiti.iiiST3, tne greatest dook or tneyear.is
now ready for delivery. 'Agents say It Is easier to
sell than any other book published; some agents
average six orders a day since the start; good ter
ritory still open In cltv and country. Call for outfits
at P. J. FLEMING & COB, Dispatch Building,
WANTED AGENTS TO HANDLE THE
newnatent ctfbmlcal ink erasing nencilt
greatest novelty ever produced; erases ink In
seconds, no abrasion of paper; 200 to 600 per cent.
Sroflt; one agent's sales amounted to $30 00 In six
ays; another sal 00 In two hoars; territory abso
lutely rree: salary to good men; no ladles need an
swer: sample 3S cents For terms and fall particu
lars, address. The Manufacturers, J. W. SKIN'
NER&CO. Onalaskat Wis. Je2-50
-TXTANTED-GOVEHNESS SEPT. L 1889: Eg
W FEBENCES required. Address F. A.,
Dispatch office. jel-5
"TaT AN TED-ONE. COOK AND ONE DINING
, VV room girl. JJCHUEIBER HOTEL, 35 Slid,
SO oonth Diamond St., Allegheny. Je8-7
TTT-ANTED-AN HONEST AND RELIABLE
VV girl to work atgencral housework: must be
be A No. loook. Address A. B., Allegheny, Pa.
Male nnd Pcmale Help.
-TTJANTED-NURSES. "LAUNDRESS, COOKS,
VV chambermaids, dining room girls, s young
girls, 100 house girls, German and colored girls,
help for hotels and boarding houses. MRS. .
THOMPSON, 603 Grant St. my27-MTbS
TTTANTED-ATONCS-A HOSTLER. 20 FARM
V hands, dairy man, dressmaker (tlO per
week), steady work; cooks, chambermaids, house
girls, dining room, -pantry, kitchen and laundry
gins, cook ana second cook ;
for hotel. MEEHAN'S
auejnuy, 845 orant st.
WANTED -SITUATION BY A YOUNG
lady as bill clerk or any kind of office work;
has had experience and can give best of refer
ences. Address B. B., Dispatch office. JeS-22
WANTED-A PARTNER TO BUY AN IN
TEREST In a well established office busi
ness, to a live and energetic man this Is a first
class opening: small capital required. Address
BUSINESS. Dispatch office. Je2-43
-TT7-ANTED-A PARTNER FOR A SUBSTAN
tv TIAL manufacturing concern In the city,
well established and doing a fine business; this is
a rare opening; we are personally acquainted with
tbe parties ana the business, and have pleasure In
inviting correspondence and the closest Investi
gation; tbe firm stands high financially and oth
erwise In every sense: the party who maybe ac
cepted would be required to take charge of fi
nances and the office or one of the departments;
amount of capital required $15,000. Particulars
confidentially from JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. Jel-93-D
"TTTANTED MORTGAGES MONEYTO LOAN
VV in sums to suit, at 4MT, 5 and 6 per cent.
GRAEBING ft LYON. 135 Fourth ave. ap6-el-D
TTTANTED-MORTGAGES-MONEY TO LOAN
VV in sums to suit at 4K, 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES A BAILEYlSi Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
WANTED-RENTS COLLECTED PROMPT-...-JJVJ.rPp5rnlnRed
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERrY, over T4. 000; 4K ncr cent: no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVEB&CO?, WFourth avenueT
TTT ANTED- MORTGAGES IS ANY
V T amounts: 4 to 6 per cent; city and country:
no delay. SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO.. 99
Fourth avenue. Jsaw-MThS
WANTED-HOO.000 TO LOAN AT 4W AND 5
per cent: Allegheny City and Pittsburg
property preferred. UEO. JOHNSTON, Agent,
62 Fourth aye., 1'lttsbnrg. jel-fi-D
TT In large and small amounts at iH. 5 and 6
?.?rjve5.ve r State tax; no delay. REED B.
COYLEft CO., 131 Fourth aye rnvSWO
-TTTANTED-MORTGAGES ON PITTSBURG,
TT Allegheny and suburban Improved real
e ,tate or farms In Allegheny Co. In large or small
amounts, at lowest rates. ALEXANDER ft LEE,
313 Wood st. Jel-75-MWS
WANTED-TO LOAN t500,00O. KJ AMOUNTS
of (3,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on AH percent, free of tax: also smaller
aiiiuuuu aioaua opercenw duauk. & jjaull,
95 Fourth avenue. se2l-d26-n
on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
C per cent, and on larms in Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 6 per cent. I. II. PENNOCK ft
BON, 105 Fourth avenue. ap7-ttl
WANTED-TO LOAN fSOHOOO ON MOBT-
GAGES; S100 and upward at 6 per cent;
SCO, 000 at 4K per cent on residences or buslnesi
roperty: also In adjoining counties. S. H.
'BENCH, 125 Fourth avenne oc31-e84-D
WANTED-TO PURCHASE 50 FARMS IN
Allegheny, Beaver and Washington coun
ties. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave.,
Pittsburg. , jel-12-D
WANTED-LADIES TO , KNOW HAUGH ft
Kecban repair, reflnlsh or upholster old
furn,,2.r? KKSPKT.1S!,JB tne best possible man
ncr. M AN D3f WATER ST. 'Phoneieas. my9-82
-TTANTEO-CUSTOMERS FOB CASH BAR-
ANTED-BY PERSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER, 98 Flfth'avcnuc Pittsburg.
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at II GO per
w-vu, uwms uuuubu T.UVU promisea: lnsiau
tancons process. mh!3-63
PERSONAL-BOOKS WANTEO-1F YOU
JaeS?e,b?k wortu 10 sients. or a library
worth LOCO, let us tnor; xro will buy one as
Sulckly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK ISTORE,
eventh Ave. Hotel building. my3-28
"PERSONAL-WHY TROUBLE YOUB
.. ujutucr vi uauKiuers in repairing an
.uk juui viu tiuaiw, iruen IE can DC d
u I uivaoua, ise liner, eer. F,
; ii ooa ., recwHi aoorr. CMtms n
iKuiun aagiHTias n: iMuvikdibiu
vT r V.'X5T'I1'S"'' ""venne watches, 5,f7, ss:
Elgin gold ladles' watches, 20, S23, KS-julckel
clMks 75 cts.: 1847 Rogers' knives and forts, 1175
per set. J OHN MITSCH. Jeweler, 130 Federal st.
yl new ready. 'JWijtsM Jg.
-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
i-IS.lcS.J-toryfraa.e house of rooms, haU, etc.;
lot ax80: price low.M, M. PENNOOK SON,
-wx'vudunTV. X iei-83-MWB
TfOB 8AL.E-ON DW
RIDGE 8T FOUR-
rntrxfrA hnnM inntnln.
j.- TEENTH ward, coz1
ing five rooms and two aic rooms: lot40xlS4ft.
GEO. JOHNSTON, AgenLJ Fourth ave.
fOR SALE-179 CENTErf AVE., HANDSOME
2-storr brick house oi 8 rooms, attic hall.
vestibule, bath, wash hon. Doth kinds of sas
aHu Vri AHstYl nAnvantflfiMABl 4f rnAAllhffl vsinait
10t24XifiS iPflt tn WvIIp tvp T M PV.KNnrfiT J
BfiW - H-.. -"-I
SON, 103 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE--tl,750-GOODj BRICK HOUSE OF
? rooms, late Improvements, nice .sized lot,
tnt,l1"OviearChestnutst.: call at once. W. A.
HEERON 4 SONS, No. 80JBburthave.
East End Reiidencea
A! live.. Brush ton; isro
lences: large lot: lmmerfl.it
i-inmt with All r.onveu-
ncei lftrtrn 1ftt f m-mAflatst nncaagilnn'tarmi trt
-"! uurcnaser. nee juiin r.aAja. Agent- ou
ent - - n ww. 4f --. .
FOR SAl,E-p,S0OTERMS EASY-SUBSTAN-TlAL
brick containing 7 rooms, bath, attic
and all conveniences: In best of repair: lot 40x150
reet; located on paved part of Craig street: best-
gnKti- lurme money in nnauysiae. vy. i.
1EWART. 114 Fourth aye. Je2-23
FOE SALE-PAETIE8 IN SEARCH OF A NICE,
elegant. Improved residence property shonld
call on KELLY ROGERS, Ho. 6315 station street.
SE., and tbey will show you something fine In
this line on North Hiland avenue; this property
will be sold at a bargain; lot Is beautifully laid
out and the house complete In every detail. .
FOR SALE-SHADE. ROOMINESS AND OUT
LOOK are features to consider in buying
residence property; these and many other ad
vantages are possessed by tbe elegant and com
modious new houses upon Oakland square, which
13 one of tbe most attractive neighborhoods In
the city; only fifteen minutes' from the heart of
the city, vet with all the attractions ol the coun
try; dwellings finished In tbe neatest and most
durable manner; streets paved with asphalt and
sewered: natural and artificial gas: fronting on
bandsome park planted with shade trees: new
cable loop (Tor which ordinance is in Councils) to
go within 10O feet of the square: price of bouses,
standing on lots 30x100. fS,50u; terms, moderate,
cash payment, remainder upon long time; most
beautiful district or tbe city and convenient to all
parts. Apply to SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO.. 89
j onrth avenue. myl2-71
FOR SALE-FINE EAST END RESIDENCE,
with M acres Of ground, fronting on Penn
avenue; residence Is embowered in wood and
shade, nestling among grapevines and the fra
grance of floral loveliness, shrubbery, etc, tbe
sweet breath of bud and blossom and blush of
orchard permeating the entire house: there are
ten spacious rooms, with cedar room, bath, lann
diy, attio apartments, natural gas, elevator, dry
cellar, furnace, etc : everytbing In complete and
perfect order; one of the most desirable proper
ties in tbe East End, luxury and comfort marking
every feature; the grounds are densely covered
with matured shade and fruit trees; large orchard,
copious supply of pure water: the fruit product Is
of the most IubcIous quality, and is In great abund
ance and variety; this property can be bought at
a great bargain, and onaccommodatlngpayments.
Further information from JAS. W. DRAPE 4
CO.. 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. Jel--D
FOB SALE OR EXCHAN GE 12-IT" v M
dwelling, Allegheny, near parks: lmmeajae
Eossesslon. Address OWNER, Room 28S, BlsstU
FOR SALE-AT H000-ON CLIFTON AVE..
Allegheny, new bouse 7 rooms, beside 3 in
attic: lot S0xl'6 ft. W.A. HEBRON & SONS. 80
Fourth ave. je2-63-&.8,10,M,15
FOR SALE-ON ESPLANADE ST., NEAR
the parks, Allegheny, a good house In first
class order; 8 rooms, late improvements; lot 20x120
it. to James St. W. A. HERRON & SONS. 80
Fourth ave. 2-63-3,6,10,13,15
FOR SALE-HOUSE AND FINE LOT IN THE
becond ward, Allegheny, near street cars
and parks; 6 rooms, bath, w. c. natural gas,
porches, cellar, etc. :lot 22xlSS feet to an alley;
price 5, 600. JAS.W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. Jel-87-D
FOR 8ALE ALLEGHENY-A GOOD PAYT
ING Investment In Sixth-ward; 6 nice 2-storv
brick houses of 6 rooms each, attic cellar, both
kinds of gas, water, etc, ail In good repair; lot
111x72 feet: pleasant location. I. M. PENNOOK.
& SON, 105 Fourth ave. Jel-S2-rw8
JD P., Ft. W. ft C.R. B., embraolng between 4 and S
acres of land on which is dwelling of 11 rooms. Ice
house, wash room, large stable, carriage house
and several out buildings; land Is covered with
bearing fruit trees and large sbaae trees; dwelling
and stable are supplied with delicious spring
water, and heated and Illuminated with gas at
reasonable expense; premises are connected with
R. K. by board walk, and re unsurpassed in
beauty and healthfnlness of location: will be sold
quite low. J.M-STONER, 22 Bakewell Building.
FOR SAI.E LOTS.
, City liota.
FOR SALT-SO LOTd ON BEDFORD AVE.,
Thirteenth ward. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent,
92 Fourth ave. Jel-li-D
FOR SALE-70 LOTS ON WEBSTER AVE ,
Thirteenth ward. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent,
62 Fourth ave. jel-12-D
TnOR S ALE-30 LOTS ON W YLIE AVE.
jj TEEN TH ward.
GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent,
62 Fourth ave.
T7IOR- SALE-ON FRANKLIN STREET. CITY,
jl' near ruiton, nice lot, nxvu ieet.
NOCK 80N, 105 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-BUILDING LOTS-ON THE
Citizens' cable line, Nineteenth ward; loca
tion good. In the Brown A Donnell plan: terms
easy. W. A HERRON ft SONS. 80 Fourth ave.
FOB BALE-LOTS-SEVERAL GOOD LOTS
on bbawnee St., Madison and Breckinridge
aves., Thirteenth ward, near Wylle ave. ; cable
cars. I. M. PEN N OCK ft SON, 105 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-LOTS, LOTS, LOTS-BIT. WASH
IN GTON-60 nice lots onBOggsand Southern
aves., Wiibert, Grace, Belonda, Dllworth. Natchez
and other good streets: prices S200to (800, terms
Uberal.'LM. PENNOCK&bON, 105 Fourth ave.
East End Lots.
FOR SALE-El E., ON LINOEN AVE.,
splendid lot 183x260 feet, L M. PENNOC'K
fl SON, No. 105 Fourth ave. JeI-82-MWS
OR SALE WALLING FORD ST., NEABNEV-
aljLij el., ouuningiois: locauon goou; price
W. A. HERRON A SONS. 80 Fourth avenne.
FOR SALE-LOTS I LOTS I LOTS! 30 FINE
lots on Lincoln ave, E.E.:10 minutes walk
from Torrens station: each about 40X100 ft.; price
1375 to 300. I. M. PENNOCK ft SON, 105 Fourth
ave. jel-66-X0D .
FOR 8ALE-A CHOICE BUSINESS LOT ON
corner of amain East End street, size 45x120;
street paved and Sewered; this is a bargain and
will make money for the buyer. See KELLY ft
ROGERS, No. 6315 fetation street, East Liberty.
FOR SALE-12! PER CENT INVESTMENT
free of tax; frame mansard dwelling on
Ella street, paverf, H square from Liberty ave.
and three minutes from Penn cable; a bargain;
price 1,300; terras to salt. MELLON BROS. 6349
Station St.. E. E. my23-100-MWF
FOR SALE ALLINDU PLACE, HOME
WOOD, P. R. R., a nice, modern-style
seven-room frame dwelling, slate roof, bay, large
zlnst.: 86 dally trains; prlccHOOO; payments to
lult. MELLON BROS., 6349 btatlon. E. E.
FOR SALE -SQUIRREL HILL-12 ACRSS,
Wilklns aye., corner property. Hear Fifth
ave. traction road, and only short distance from
Sroposed electric road: can be nicely divided Into
esirable building lots: will sell at a bargain.
SAMUEL W. BLACK ft Co., 99 Fourth ave. .
FOP. 8ALE-S500 EACH FOR 10 BEAUTIFUL
building lots. .Size 23x135 feet to 24-foot alley:
tbeie lots are well located and within 5 minutes'
wahcoftheF. R. R., Home wood station; cheapest
and bist lots In the market. See 11ELLY ft
ROGERS, No. 6315 Station street, East Liberty,
for terms, etc. Je2-I0
-T7IOR SALE-6 ACRES, BEAUTIFULLY LO
JJ l ATED, and fronting 360 ft. on one or tbe
leading 80-rt. avennes of E. E.: no finer sites for
2 or 3 frst-class residences, and 1,660 an acrewlll
take It If sold before June 1; to secure this you
mnst act promptly. Bee M. P. EOWLEY, 3819
Butler St., city. my2!-7
FOE SALE-BROAD ST.. 1 SQR. FROM FIFTH
ave and Penn cable, and & minutes' walk to
P. R. R.. a good 4-room frame dwelling; lot24x
145, running to Klrkwoodat.: site for otber build
ing; good location, near Hiland ave.; price,
2,700: property In this location advancing In
value: terms to suit. MELLON BROS . 0349 Sta
tion St., E. E. myis-lOO-irwi'
FOR BALE-EAST END-27 ACRES CHOICE
land, lies nicely for snb-dlvlslon fronting on
SbadyLane Holmes. Linden andDennlsonaves.;,
only half mile from Firth avenue cable cars: pew
Squirrel Hill road will pass near: very desirable
for private residences; rapidly increasing in value;
a prize to an early buyer. LM. PENNOCK ft
SON, 195 Fourth ave. Jel-82-HWS
FOB BALE-LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues and Lombard street, Allegheny, in
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. An
ply to JOSEPH MCNAUGHER, 43 N. Diamond 8 17
FOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS FOR" DWELL
INGS or manufactory, 126 feet frout on
Strawberry lane, by 100 feet, near Preble ave.,
Ninth ward, Allegheny; easy terms. WM. A.
SITE. 93 Diamond St., Pittsburg. Pa.
FOR 8AXEV2 LOTS, AT AUCTION, ON HIGH
st, Seventh ward, Allegheny; these lots front
22 feet on High st. and Iten street near Long lane:
Sart of the Shirk estate; sale on the premises
Jpnoay, Jnne 3, at 2 o'clock. A.LEGUATE ft
SON, Auctioneers. my30-8
TTOR SALE-A FlNE PIECE OF LAfD IN
A? Allegheny, near head or Federal st. and elec
tric cars; about 13 acres, admirably adapted to
laying out in building lots: the lots would all sell
re&sllyt a rare chasco In this for speculation or
l?3fBHSe5r. ' M parUwitars from JAS. W.
DKAPX tj3, 'MB J-eartH are., PtHrtmrr.
FOR SALE IOTS.t'
TTiOB SALE-AT INGRAM. EIGHT ACRES
JDground:oneorthe most beautiful locations
In Western Pennsylvania for a suburban home.
GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave.
$ - Jel-12-P
FOR SALE-OR EXCHANGE FOB HOfiSE
and lot, 35 acres; house, stable, outbuild
ings, good water, horse, cow, buggy and farming
utensils, with 2,600 bearing peach, 400 bearing
apple, 2S0 bearing pear. 25 cherry and 50 jplum
trees7and other small fruits; S4. & " ir
T1SH. 410 Grant St., Pittsburg. New list.
FOE SALE-ATLANTIC CITY.N. J.-HOTELS,
boarding -houses, cottages, lots and bath
houses to let or for sale by I. G. ADAMS ft CO.,
real estate agents, Atlantic City. N. J. my20-24-D
FOR 8ALE-10 TO 20 ACRES OF NICE LAND
near tbe city and railroad on a beautiful
plateau overlooking valley and river; one of the
healthiest points In thecountry : would sell 5 acres
if preferred. Terms from JAS. W. DRAPE ft.
CO.. 129 Fonrtb avenne, Pittsburg. lel-BO-D
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-ATTENTION BAHBERS-A GOOD
paying 3-chalr barber shop; location No. 1:
trade constantly Increasing: good reasons for
selling. For full particulars Inquire at 125
FOURTH AVE, 2d floor. Je2-18onvsn
TTiORBALE-A RETAIL GROCERY BUSINESS
J? In a good location In Allegheny, corner or
two streets and populous neighborhood: old age
ot present owner tne onlv reason for selling: a
fine opening. . J A8. W. DRAPE ft CO.. 129 I onrth
avenue Pittsburg. Jel-67-D
OB SALE-THE LEASE AND FURNITURE
and fixtures of a nice small hotel restaurant
and saloon business at Canton, O.; tbe best
stand in the city; everything complete and new;
long lease for same (reason sickness). Address
CANTON, Dispatch office. my29-9
BALE-EXCELLENT SMALL DHY-
J? GOODS store:
would suit ladv: ice cream
saloon: cigar storesrgrocery stores; drugstores:
shoe stores; bakeries, etc; business for picnics
and county fairs, 1125; 100 business chances.
SHEPARD ft CO.. H Fifth ave. - my29
FOR SALE-GROCERY IN ALLEGHENY DO
ING a largo paying business, still Increasing;
must be sold Immediately, as owner has larger
Interests In other business outside of city which
must receive his attention: will sell by Invoice or
lump: a great bargain. Address A. ii. N.. Alle
gheny. , TW&l-U-nwT
TTIOR SALE-LARGE BRONZE AND BRASS
J? foundry wltn first-class established trade ot
longstanding, with blast furnaces, rolling mills,
railroads, etc; completely equipped for furnish
ing soft metals of all descriptions; will be sold at
a bargain on account of illness of owner. Address
W. R. B., Dispatch office. my24-74
FOR SALE A GENERAL HOUSEFUENISH
ING and hardware business In a prosperous
manufacturing town on lino of railroad, about 30
miles from the city: a splendid thing; good trade
and growing rapidly: no opposition; 111 health
theonly reason for selling: terms to suit. JAS.
W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-A NAIL AND TACK FACTORY,
with ail necessary machines and general
machinery, engine, ooller, etc., etc. : everything
In complete running order; the property, with
equipment, cost 128,000: will sell for $10,000 cash to
a prompt customer. Particulars from JAS. AV.
DRAPE ft CO., Agents, 129 1 onrth avenue, Pitts
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, dbc.
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND PHAETON: IS
as good as new. Can be seen at O. WEST ft
CO.S, 42uDuquesne way. Jel-86-D
FOR SALE HORSES ONE CARLOAD
drivers and No. 1 work horses; some very
ii young. At Ktu nun btable,
June 3. mj-31-32
IOR SALE-HORSE AND BUGGY-IN GOOD
condition: reasons for selllnp. owner belncr
ck ana having no further use for It: to be seen at
BURNS ft JAHN'S LIVERY, cor. Grant and
Seventh ave., or at Nd. 49 DIAMOND ALLEY.
machinery and Metals.
TfiOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
JD boilers; all sizes and styles kept In stock, from
4tol00b. p.; all refitted: good as new, at lowest
prices; mounted portable engines, 8 to 25 h. p.
23-25 Park way. J. S. YOUNG, AUegheny, Pa.
FOB SALE-28X43 COBL1SS ENGINE: ONLY
run a year: can be seen in operation: price
on annllcatlon: also a new Strange Co. stave ma
chine all complete: capacity 10,000 In 10 hours
vTiuseiiat jow-SEure. f
FOR SALE-AL1103T NEW, ONE 20-HORSB
power engine. 30-horse power steel boiler,
with pump and fittings complete: also one 50-llght
Edison dynamo, with 10O lamps: at the low price
at which we hold this machinery. It should sell
readily. For particulars apply to MELLON
BEOS., 6349 Staflon St.. E. E. ' my3X-39-M S
FOB SALE-CONTRACTORS' MACHINERY
one 7J4xl2-lnch double engine, double drum:
others large and small, with single or doable
zricuon arums; wire ana manna rope centrungai
pumps, etc; two 26x4S-inch horizontal engines
with flywheels. THOMAS CARLIN 'S SONS, cor.
Lacock and Sandusky sts., Allegheny. Ial7-Mwr
LOST BETWEEN ST. PHILOMENA'S
Church andSlxteentb Street Bridge, a small
gold watch: initials E. M. Finder will please
leave at DISPATCH OFFICE.
LOST-BETWEEN LANE ALLEY AND CITY
Hall, Federal St , Allegheny, a ladles gold
watch, name of A. J. Caskerfs on the case. Re
ward If left at 30 LANE ALLEY, Allegheny.
TO LET-HOUSE OF TFN ROOMS; ALL
modern Improvements; 97 Center ave. G O.
JOHN STON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave. Jel-12-p
TO LET-HOUSE OF ELEVEN BOOMS NO
277 Ihlrd ave; all modern Improvements,
GEO. JOHNSTON, Agt.. 62 Fourth ave. jel-12-D
TO LET-HOUSE OF ELEVEN ROOMS, NO.
955 Penn ave.; all modern Improvements.
GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth aye.
TO LET-SZ7 PER MONTH, NEAT HOUSE IN
first-class repair, newly painted. 6 rooms,
attic, late Improvements, No. 186 Bedford ave.
W. A. HEREON ft SONS, No. SO Fourth ave.
TO LET-NO. 19 MONTEREY ST.. ALLE
GHENY: 10-room dwelling; all modern Im
provements. GEO. JOHNSTON. Agent, 62
Fourth ave. Jel-12-D
TO LET-SMALL HOUSE IN ALLEGHENY,
No. 83 Stewart St.. 6 rooms: 114 per mo :also
45 Stnrgeon st., 6 rooms; tl7 per mo. W. A. HEB
RON ft SONS, 80 Fourth ave. my30-85-MTbP ,
TO LET-AT INGRAM STATJON-HOUSE OF
seven rooms, with 10 acres of ground; good
old orchard. GEO. JOHNSTON, 62 Fourth ave.,
TO LET-OB FOR SALE OB EXCHANGE
for city property, eleven-room house, one
acre of ground: six miles npW. P. R. R. For
particulars. Inquire at 44 FOURTH STREET.
TTVi LET-MY HOUSE,
Wavne road, all mod
JL at Laurel station, c.
ern lmproyemenis, siaDJG anu carnage nouse, two
acres ground, with liver view. Inquire on prem
ises, or at 219 Lacock street, Allegheny. WM. T.
TOLET-CNE FLOOR OF 4 NICE ROOMS
for light housekeeping, with gas and water.
Apply to i. G. MOBROW.Bhoe Store, 283 Ohio st,.
TO LET-ROOMS. WITH BOARO. IN A FARM
home, with a respectable Scotch family; near
the city; beautiful and healthy place to spend the
summer; 3 or 4 rooms can he bad if.necessary.
Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., 12S
Fourth ave., Pittsburg. Jcl-94-D
TO LET-Wmr STEADY POWER-LARGE
well-lighted rooms, suitable for light manu
facturing. Apply at. 68 WATER ST., Pittsburg.
TO LET-NEAT NEW STOREROOM AND
cellar; rent low; located No.,12 Fedenl st ,
Allegheny, W. A.HERBON ftbONS. 80 Fourth
ave. ,. my29-29-MWr
TO LET-STOREROOMS, ON CORNER PENN
and Third street, 44 Fourth street 35 Robin
son street Allegheny. Inquire at 41 FOURTH
"VT OT1CETO BONDHOLDERS
In pursuance of the provisions contained in
the mortgagetionds of the Monongab.ela.Navi
cation Coupany, issued July 1, 1882, one hun
dred bonds, numbered as follows, will become
duo and payable on July 1, 1889, and interest
thereon will cr-ase on that date.yiz.:
Nos. I, 2, 13. 14. 28, 81. 32, 34, 38, 42, 44. 48. 5L 81,
62, 78. 89. 04, 101, 102, 101, 105. 111117, 123, 126. 129.
, 145, 147, 149, 150, 153. 157, 158. IBft id 167; 171
173, 180, 181, 182, 193, 195. 190, 199, 202 21L 213 217
218, 230. 243. 240, 247, 218, 269, 270 276; M. 284; 285,
286. 296, 304, 307, 3D. 312, 314, 318, 322; 329, 33$ 35$
S63, 870, 371, 379, 380, 381, E84. SS9, 392. 337, 399, 401,
405, 408, 411, 417, 431, 435, 439, 413, 448, 453, 458, 476.
, These bonds will be paid with interest to
July 1,1889, at any time after June L 1889, on
presentation and surrender thereof with hit
unmatured coupons attached, at tbe Trades
men a National Bank of Pittsburg, or at my of
fice, No. DO Diamond street, Pittsburg.
W. BAKEWELL; Treasurer.
Pittsburg, April 2B. 1889. ap29-4-M
OF LEXINGTON, KX,
. Ha a lot of nkelybroken
SADDLE AND HARNESS HORSES
Foriwle at the Allegheny
EXPOSITION drtvttJVj Tfa-ntr
iAnd will sake maoh pleasure is showing ttiV
mmo w msw am geouemen. x wm resaia
Office or Cm Cohteoixtb, I
PrrrsBUBQ, June L-lf8. J
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at this office until 3 P. JC of Sat
urday, June 8, 1889, lor printing the annual re
port of tne City Controller. The specifications
of which and all Information can be obtained
.on application at this office. The right is re
served to reject all or any bids.
je3-47 E. a MORROW, Controller.
BALED PROPOSALS WILL 'BE RE-
CE1VED at the office of Citv Controller
uuui A.U&OUA.1., me atn aayoi .inn, &.i.
1889, at 2 p. 3f.t for the furnishing of two
O'Neill Standard street sweepers, and two
Brooklyn street sweepers, of two-horse power
Each proposal must be accompanied by a
bond In double the amount, probated before
the Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
rOTlC IS HEREEBY GIVEN THAT THE
JN reports of Viewers on the opening lof
(ieneva street, from Fisk street to Forty-fifth
street: Emerson street, from Fifth avenue to
Walnut street: Thompson street, from Shet
land street to King street; Alien street, from
Washington avenne to Lillian street; and
Boquet street, from Fifth avenue to Bay
ard street, have been approved by Councils,
which action will be final, unless an appeal Is
filed In tbe Court of Common Pleas within
ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PrTTSBUBO.IJfay 30. 1889. my303-l
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEH THAT THE
J.1 reports of Viewers on the construction of
sewers' on Bellefonte street, from Ellsworth
avenue to Fifth avenue; Copeland street, from
Ellsworth avenue to Walnut street; Long
alley, from Eden alley to Valley street; Amber
son avenue, from Fifth avenne to sewer Bear
Pennsylvania Railroad; Walnut street, from
Ivy street to Ronp street; Ivy street, from
Howe street to Ellsworth avenue. Roup street,
from Fifth avenue to Ellsworth avenue; Mar
ket street, from South Diamond sq.uare to
Fourth avenue, and Ellsworth avenue, from
Summerlea street to Aiken avenue, have been
approved by Councils, which action will be
final, unless an appeal is filed in the Court of
Common Pleas within ten (10) days from date
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
Pittsburg, May 30, 1889. my30-3-o
City of Pittsburg ss.
In accordance with the Constitution of tbe
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and an ordi
nance of the city of Pittsburg; I, William Mc
Callln, Mayor of the city of Pittsburg, do there
fore make known and give this public notice to
the citizens of said city qualified to vote for
members of the House of Representatives of
this Commonwealth, that a special election will
be held in the Second. Fifth, Eighteenth and
Twenty-sixth wards, in said city, on tbe third
Tuesday of June, A. D. 18S9, being: the 18th day
of tbe month, in tbe several election districts
therein, at which time qualified voters will as
semble at their respective polling places, here
after named, and vote by ballot for members of
tbe Select and Common Council of the city as
indicated below :
The electors of the Second ward, Plttsbnrev
First district, to meet at Archibald & Broth
ers' livery stable, 136 Third avenne. Second
district to meet at the Poor Board office,
Fourth avenne. Third district to meet at
public schoolhouse. Diamond street. .And
elect one Select Councilman for said ward to
fill tbe unexpired term of Jas. Getty, Jr., re
signed The electors of the Fifth ward, Pittsburg.
First district, to meet at the office of Peter
Hermes, No. 208 Fifth avenue. Second dis
trict to meet at John Urban's meat store,
WyHe avenue: Third district to meet at the
public scboolhouse, Webster avenue. And
elect one Select Councilman for said ward to
fill tbe unexpired term ot John O'Neill, re
signed. The electors of: tbe Eighteenth ward. Pitts
burg, First district, to meet at tbe livery stable
of Alex Klrgan, Butler street; Second district
to meet at Kauneld House, Butler street and
bridge. Third district to meet at the office of
B. K. Jlclnerny, on Butler street. And elect
one Select Councilman for said ward to fill the
unexpired term of Michael Dwyer, resigned.
The electors of the Twenty-sixth ward, Pitts
burg, First district, to meet at John Hughes'
tinshop, Sidney street, near Eighteenth street.
Second district to meet at house of Jacob
Aalenbacher. Jr., corner of Eighteenth and
Sarah streets. Third district to meet at Odd
FeUows' Hall, Eighteenth street. Fourth dis
trict to meet at the house of John Mansmann,
corner of Twentieth and Jans streets. Fifth
district to meet at the pnblic schoolhouse,
Sarah street. And elect one Common Council
man for said ward to fill the unexpired term of
Wm. Ruhlandt, resigned.
In testimony whereof 1 have hereunto set my
hand and affixed the seal of tbe city of Pitts-
uurc. tnis sscn aay or May. a. v. ibbv.
my23-S7 WM. McCALLIN. Mayor.
VTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-
Xl Sealed proposals will be received at the
office of Citv Controller until Tuesday, thn
4th day of June, A. D. 1889, at 2 P. M.,for the fol
Penn avenue, from Fifth avenue to City Line.
Forbes street, from Brady to Boyd streets.
Sixth avenue, from WyUe avenue westward
lr. First avenue, from Smithfield street to Grant
Butler street, from Forty-ninth street to
Eighth street, from Penn avenne to Liberty
Ninth street, from Penn avenue to Liberty
Liberty avenue, from Smithfield street east
wardly. Cherry alley, from Third avenne to Water
State alley, from Wylle avenue to Fifth ave
nue Scott alley, from Penn avenue to Duquesne
Garrison alley, from Fayette street to Lib
Barker's alley, from Duquesne way to Lib
Church alley, from Sixth avenue to Straw
Slocnm alley, from Penn avenne to Liberty
Strawberry alley, from Smithfield street to
ORADLSO, FAVTNQ AND CTTBBINO.
Halket street, from Fifth avenue to Wilmot
Herron avenue, from Center avenue to Thirty-third
Boquet street, from Semple street to Frazier
Denniston avenue, from Fifth avenue to
Atwood street, from Fifth avenue to Boquet
Center avenue, from Bono street to Huand
PAVING AND CTTRBINO.
Stanton avenue, from Hiland avenue to
Corday alley, from Pearl to Cedar streets.
The paving of the above named streets to be
either with Block Stone, Standard SheeC
Asphalt, Vulcanite Asphalt Irregular Block
Stone or Cobble Stone, and bids will bere
ceived for each kind of pavement J
Center avenue, from Summit near Allqulp
pa, to Reed street IS. 20-inch pipe, 3 feet and 3
.feet 6 Inch: brick and stone.
Denniston avenne, from Fifth avenue to
Shakespeare street: 20 and 24-inch pipe.
Stanton avenue, Viola alley and private prop
erty ot Henry Janson and Mellon Bros., from
tbe west side of Hiland avenue to Negley run;
is, m ana z-t-incu pipe.
Mignonette street from Negley avenue to
Beatty street ; 15 and 18 inch pipe.
' Penn avenuo and Braddock avenue, from
Lindon avenue to Susquehanna street; 15, IS,
20 and 24-inch pipe.
Harvard street, from Negley avenue to
Euclid avenue; 15-lncb pipe.
Also extension of stone wall, at Sobo street
,and Center avenue.
Plans and specifications can be seen and
blanks for bidding can be. obtained at this
Proposals must be accompanied by a bond
proba'ed befure the Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
Chief of the Department of Public Works.
Arrived at Last,
OVER P, R. R.,
TIE GREAT C15MIM, IMOR.
THE LARGEST IN THE WORLD.
Took First Prize at Philadelphia Centennial
Band Box Cafe,
25 UNION 8TREET,
my25-78 PITTSBURG. PA.
n. "a1 HAMILTON,
. 'AND 98 MFTH AVJ
MEMBERS OF UNITY COUNCIL NO. U.
D. of L.. are requested to meet at 17M
ey st. 8. a, on MONDAY EVENING,
June 3, at 7 o'clock sharp, to take action in re
gard to Johnstown sufferers. By order oftha
councilor, MAGGIE DTJSHANE.
a TTENTION JR. O. U. A. M-
JOHNSTOWN FLOOD SUFFERERS.
Councils are requested to send tbeir Counci
lor or a representative to a meetinz of the Jr.
O. U. A. M., to be held on MONDAY EVEN
ING next. In tho Moorhead building. Second
ave. and Grant st. to devise means for aiding
the Johnstown sufferers.
H. a. KETL, Chairman.
W. T. KERR, ) st.rfri
XK.EMGE, Secretaries. jg
IHE MEMBERS OF THE AMERICAN
Protestant Association are earnestly re-
and take action to assitt their brethren la
Johnstown who have lost all. Each lodge caa
send any donation they may make to Mr. Wm.
Gibson, steward, Cambria Hospital, Johnstown,
PrrTSBTmo, June Z 1S891 JeS8
TIXECUTOR'S SALE-FRIDAY. JUNE 7r
Vj 1889, at 1 P. jl, a good farm of 100 acres, in
oewickley township, Westmoreland co., Pa
located on Une of Youghlogheny R. R., about
2 miles from Pittsburg division of B. & O. R
R.;all underlaid with Pittsburg seam of coal;
about one-half bottom land, suitable f Or manu
facturing sites, the balance good limestone?
soil; good buildings, etc T. O. MARTIN,
Administrator C. T. A, Scott Haven, Pa.
EXECUTOR'S PUBLIC SALE, OF A
farm Tbe undersigned will offer at public
sale on TUESDAY, the 4th day of June, 18S9,
at 1 o'clock P. si., the homestead farm of tbe
late Jacob Donnell. deceased, situated near
Cbartiers station, A. V. R. R, contaillngUS
acres, cood house and barn and orchard, well
watered and in good repair; terms easy: 22
miles from city: possession given to purchaser
immediately. For particulars apply to WILL
IAM ROSS, Burrell P. O., Pa.
AUCTION SALE-ELEGANT FURNISH
MENTS and Carpets at tbe rooms. No. U,
Market street, TUESDAY MORNING. Juno
i, at 10 o'clock. Walnut oak and cherry
chamber suits, marble and polished tops, and
French and German plate, beveled mirrors,
handsome glass door single and double ward-,
robes, folding beds, dressers, chiffoniers, bed
steads, washstands, bookcases, secretaries,
desks, extension tables, refreshment side table
cabinets, mirrors, buffets, sideboards. Very
handsome parlor suits in plush, tapestries,
silks and satin and hair cloth, fancy rockers,
easy chairs, center tables, toilet ware, crockery,
bedding, notions, drygoods, trimmings, rugs,
curtains, moquet, velvet, body and tapestry,
Brussels and ingrain carpets, etc
HENRY AUCTION CO.. LDL
AT AUCTION-FINE TEAM HORSES,
wagon, fine carpets and furniture, at
726 COPELAND ST.. E. E.
Only five minutes' walk from cable cars,
MONDAY MORNING. JUNE 3;
At 10 o'clock.
Easy chairs, rockers, sofa and divan, book
case, clocks, rugs, curtains, pictures, orna
ments, fine walnnt dressing cases, bedsteads,
washstands, wardrobe, bed lounge, very fine
sewing machine, Brussels and ingrain carpets,
feather beds, bedding, springs, fine extension
table, dining cbairs, dishes, cutlery, glassware,
handsome kitchen range, cooking utensils,etc,
etc House open after 8 o'clock on morning o
Bale. HENRY AUCTION CO, LliL, y
J. J. MILLER, Attorney, 108 Grant street
-VRPHANS' COURT SALE
J By virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court,
of Allegheny county; the undersigned execu
tor of the estate of Leonaid Florig, deceased,
will expose at public sale, on the premises, on
WEDNESDAY, June 12, 18S. the following
valuable property in the Nineteenth ward.
No. 1. A. lot fronting 20 feet on Frankstown
avenne, extending back 110 feet, on which is
erected a new two-stor brick building, con
sisting of a dwelling house and storeroom.
No. 2. A lot fronting 20 feet on Frankstown
avenue, extending back 110 feet adjoining the
above desenbed piece, on which is erected a
two-story brick building, consisting of a dwell
ing house and storerooms.
The buildings are In good condition, with all
the modern Improvements. The storerooms
are desirable and are well arranged. The street
is one of the best for business In the mtv.
Terms of sale Five hundred, (5fl0) dollars -a
cash on each property on the day of 'Sale, MmeJfofiSk
lUUiUU Ul bUB UajdUtU UU UOJiVBfJT Ui. Ugt'CTUl-
ance in one year secured by bond and tight
morttratre, with Interest and sci. fa. claim.
HENRY HUBER, Executor. For further
particulars Inanire of C H. LOVE, 93 Fourth.
ave.. Real Estate Agent Je3-6ora
FTHE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
No. 1, of Allegheny county. No. 94, March,
term, 1880: In tbe matter of the account of
Geo. W. Guthrie, trustee, under deed of Mrs,
Letltla Robinson and John B. Robinson:
Notice is herebygiven that tbe second and
final account of Geo. W. Guthne, trustee)
above named, has been filed and approved nisi,
which confirmation will become absolute,unIess
exceptions are filed thereto within 20 davs from
May 18, A. D. 1889. myl8-25.M
ESTATE OF GEORGE McCANDLESS
Letters of administration on the estate of
Geo. McCandiess. late of Pittsburg. Pa., de
ceased, having been granted to the under
signed, all persons having claims or demands
againstsaid estate will make them known with
out delay, and all persons indebted to the same
are requested to make immediate payment
JOHN H. ARMSTRONG. Administrator,
my20-3-jf 2U5 Penn ave., Pg, Pa.
ESTATE OF SUSANNAH M'CANDLESS.
Letters of administration on the estate
of Susannah McCandiess, deceased, late ' of
Pittsburg, Pa., having been granted to tbe un
dersigned, all persons having claims or de
mands against said estate will make them,
known without delay, and all persons indebted
to the same are requested to make immediate
JOHN H. ARMSTRONG, Administrator,. y
my20-4-M 2115 Penn ave Pittsburg, Pa.
William Ross, executor, et aL vs Elizabeth.
TN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
I No. 1, of Allegheny county. No. 2, Septem
ber Term, 1889 To John Donnril, Thomas Don
nell, of John, John Montgomery and Mary A
his wife, Asa Derrickinu Eliza P.. his wife,
Thomas Donnell, ofWllllam, James Donnell.
Joseph Donnell. qp William. Peter Ward and
Martha H.his jfife, Henrv Donnell. Minnia
M. Donnell, Margaret E. Donnell and Mar
garet Donnex: You are hereby notified that
suit has beer? brought in the above sMted case
by WUBaa-l Ross, executor, et al. vs Elizabeth
DonnelUet al.. Including yourselves, for tho
partition of a certain piece of ground situate
in Fjswn township, Ailezheny county, Penn
sylvania, described as follows: Beginning at a
white oak: thence n. 2V. w. 200 perches to a
I post: thence n.87H.e.200 perches to a post;
tnence iH . e. an percnes w a wiuie ins;
thence s. 8. w. 200 perches to the place of
beginning, containing two hundred anil thirty
five acres and four-fifths and allowances. Re
turnable on the first MONDAY of August 18891
ALEX. .. McCANDLESS.
TT ARRIS' THEATER
Every afternoon and night commencing June 8,
STREETS OF NEW YORK.
Next week, N.S. Wood In the Boy Detective,
PICNIC GROVE FREE!
Onl7 six miles from the city, situated on the
bluff overlookli g Davis Island dam. Easily
reached by rail or boat Large grove of forest
trees, cool, clear springs of water; flue dancing
Tbe use ot the grove will be given free to
Sunday schools, societies, lodges. G.A.R. posts,
private fetes, etc., the only charge being faro
on the steam elevator to and from the grounds.
For dates and further particulars apply to
J. H. DAWSON, Lacock street near Fed
eral street Allegheny, or to A- CLANEY on
the croueds. mvll-15-D
6,500 each, moderate cash payment balance
J500 per annum, elegant new two-story and
mansard brick dwellings. 8 rooms, hall, bath,
laundry, slate mantels, art fire places, tfts
hearths, sliding doors, wired for electric light,
fine chandeliers, both gases, plate glass win
dows, etc.; Oakland Square, five minutes from
Fifth avenue cable line and directly on line of
new cableloopwblchlstobe constructed this
summer; a beautiful park (on which are sev
eral hundred beautiful shade trees), the whole
surrounded bystreets and sidewalks, sewered
and paved with aspbaItam;on each side of and
facing the park are the above described dwell
ings; most desirable houses yet offered; en
hancement of values sure. SAMUEL W.
BLACKJ& CO, 99 Fourth ave. myU-39-D
i E. LINKENHEIMER,
545 Smithfield street Pittsburg, Pa. Frefteltt
Frcnnd Buildlnc. second floor. mMi iffinrr
J? RECEIVED DAILY
BY GEO. X. STEVENSON A CO,
GROCERIES AND TABLE BSLKACTM,
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amy a lew aayg ttngw.