'Continued from Second Page.
dispatcher insists that all otber passengers are
.JJO TROOPS WENT.
The. Fourteenth Ecelroent Held In Read!.
nc Governor Beaver Concludes
" They Are Not Needed Con
. .Idernble Mystery for
"Whether or not the Fourteenth andEiph-'
teenth Regiments of the National Guard will
bo ordered to Johnstown was a question which
no member or the Guard could answer jester
After the Eighteenth had assembled on Sun
day afternoon, 4S7 strong, on two hours' notice,
and was then discharged, the officers and men
felt bo discouraged that there was no enthusi
asm left amonc them. No instructions were
received at all by any of the officers, and the
experience of Sunday prevented them from
asking for anr. 5
The Fourteenth Regiment, however, was in
a different position. At the armory of Bvery
company many privates waited all day yester
day, and until a late hour last night, expecting
at any moment to receive orders
To Pot on Their Uniforms
and go to Johnstown. This was because
Colonel P. D. Ferchment, the commander, had
received the following telegram from Governor
In pursuance of the above order the several
companies or the Fourteenth regiment are here
by ordered to assemble at their respective armor
ies and await farther orders.
By order or
P. D. l-EucnMiarT, Colonel.
JAS. F. Kobe, Ad;utant.
The company officers gathered up their men
yesterday, and kept them ready. Hour after
hour went by, however, and still no more defi
nite instructions came. Colonel Ferchment se
cured h good many telegrams during the day
from Johnstown, but none from General Hast
ings. In order to be certain that he would get
the news promptly, the Colonel remained in his
office all day long vesterday, but left after sup
per last evening, and conld not be run down by
a Dispatch reporter. Mrs. Perchment said at
at 10 oclock last night that she was sure.
No Orders Had Been Received
Odexdex, MD., June
Have vour regiment well in hand, with plenty
of cooked rations, ready to move on word from
General Hastings to Johnstown. They must be
prepared to relieve distress as well as to prevent
stealing and preserve order.
James a. beaver, Governor.
Jn accordance with this, Colonel Perchment
issued the following.
by her husband to take out the-iegiment, or ho
would have been back home to let her know
and get his uniform
More definite information in regard to the use
of the troops came from the Harrisburg corre
spondent of The Dispatch at a later hour
lastnignt. It was as follows.
Governor Beaver wired the following to Presi
dent Harrison this evening: "The Sheriff or
Cambria county says that everything Is quleu
Can control without troops, l'eople fairly housed
and good order prevails. Food, so far, equal to
the demand. Supplies offered, and clothing still
greatly needed. Conservative estimates place the
Joss of lifts at from 5.000 to 10,000; the loss of prop
erty from 3.000,000 to $40.000, 000. l'eople at work
heroically, and will have a large force to-morrow
clearing awav the debris. The sympathies of the
world are freely expressed. One telegram from
England gives SI, 000. Will Issue a general appeal
to public to-night. Help comes from all quarters.
Its universality greatly encourages our people.
"Will communicate with you promptly If anything
From this it seems altogether probable that
none of the regiments of the National Guard
will be ordered to Johnstown.
The feeling among the military men last
night was not very pleasant, and the privates
who had lost a day's work were not inclined to
speak respectfully of the Commander-in-Chief.
CAPTAIN JOKES' IDEAS.
He Thinks Governor Bearer and the
tionnl Government Should Assist.
Captain "W. R. Jones, who has been at Johns
town for three days assisting in the work of
caring for the dead, sent along telegram to tfce
Chamber of Commerce last night. He says
that it is important that 2,000 good
laborers shall be sent up at
once; that Governor Beaver should
establish tents to shelter and provide for the
workmen: 'that the National Government
should send 1,000 feet of pontoon bridges to
establish connection with the railroad depots
to.get supplies into the town, and that 10,000
regular array rations be forwarded at once.
JMi also recommends that the sheriff of West
moreland county should send up an organized
force to oreVnaul'tUe debris and find the dead
human beings and animals to prevent pollution
ofthe river. If all these things are done " Cap
tain Jones thinks the work will be pretty well
cleared up by next Sunday.
At 1220 this morning the following telegram
was received: .
Johnstown, June 3, 1689.
Chamber of Commerce, Pittsburg:
It would be well to send at least 1,000 workmen
with axes, picks, shovels, saws and other tools to
remove the debris. The men should be organized
In gangs under competant bosses, and be prepared
to stay here ten days, lwill furnish tents and
they can be supplied from the general
commlssarv. It is my Judgment that all
workmen living here, and willing to work should
be paid good wages, and, to prevent Imposition,
purchase supplies for ihembelvcs and families
irom the general commissary. This will prevent
Idleness among the citizens. Captain Jones Is here
with 150 men, and has charge ol all workmen from
a distance. Among the tools there should be
plentv of one-Inch rope and 100 wheelbarrows.
Please advise me. D. H. Hastings.
None of the committee were present, and
Secretary Benke telegraphed that the matter
would be considered early this morning, and
prompt action taken.
MORBID CUEI0SITI SEEKERS.
They Insist on Going, With Ghouls, to Gape
at the Great Grief.
The crowds of morbid curiosity seekers about
the railroad depots seem to increase rather
than diminish despite the efforts of the rail
road people to keep out all sight seers.
'At the Union depot Superintendent Pitcairn's
life was made a burden to him by the crowds of
people that besieged his office endeavoring to
convince him of the absolute necessity of their
presence in the stricken city. The Superin
tendent stood it well, however, and when suffi
cient evidenco was presented that those wish
ing to go to Johnstown bad lost immediate
friends or relatives and that their attendance
there was a necessity, there was no trouble in
Bnt aside from this hundreds of people
bought tickets for Ninevah, the present East
ern terminus of the road. The vast majority
of these were sight seers who cared not to
what trouble they put themselves as long as
they conld get to the scene of the disaster.
The railroad officials are making valiant ef
forts to keep such people away; but, despite
all the efforts to discourage them, they con
tinue buying tickets for the nearest point to
Johnstown in order to be there.
Superintendent Pitcairn and Assistant Su
perintendent Crump were busy all day in
dorsing dispatches for transportation and ar
ranging trains for all measures of relief.
WITH CLUBS AKD HOSE.
Pittsburg's Police nod Firemen Doing Good
Work In Johnstown. .,
Assistant Fire Chief Steele went to' Johns
town with two engines and 10 more men, mak
ing three engines and 30 of Pittsburg's fire lad
dies on the scene. Another engine was sent
out at a late hour last night and Chief Evans
announced his intention of leaving on the first
train this morning for the purpose of relieving
Chief J. O. Brown, of the Department of
Public Safety, stated last night that he would
go to Johnstown on the first traiu this morning
with a detail of policemen to relieve those who
have been steadily on duty since Sunday. The
Pittsburg police will be assigned to sanitary
doty on arrival.
. WITHOUT A BATTLE.
The Washington Infantry Starta for Home
After a Single Day.
At !8:15 last evening the operator at the tele
crapuinstrumentin relief headquarters handed
Mr. Aliller the following:
Johnstown, Jane J, 1SS9.
Beuben Miller, Pittsburg:
The Washington Infantry left for home at 3:10
this nx ' v- patton.
There was no explanation ot why the torn-
pany ."was reiuriuut mhivl aiu uie
message aown wuuvu wwiutui.
THE FIRST THROUGH TEAIN.
It Geta Through to the Great Eastern
Via the B. fc O.
The first through direct train for the east left
this city at 820 last night for Philadelphia oyer
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. The nets
spread abroad last sight that the road wou)d
end a train through, and traveling menasd
others who have been tied up Inthe city hocked
in crowds to the depot to verify the rumor.
When it was learned positively that the train
would start the people congregated about the
station in large numbers, and long before the
hour for starting fully 500 -people were at the
depot waiting for the old familiar cry of "All
Of the vast number of people assembled at
the station fully 150 were laborers, who had
come from Washington and other cities to go
to work at Johnstown to clear away the debris.
They were a motley crowd, Hungarians, Ger
mans, Irishmen and Italians.
THE FIRST FROM THE EAST.
The P. R. K. Sends a Train Containing Many
Pltubnrgcrs from HarrUbnrg.
The Pennsylvania Railroad sent from Har
risburg yesterday morning at 5 o'clock the first
consignment of through passengers bound for
the west since last Friday. Through the cour
tesy of the management a Pullman palace car
was put Into service and forwarded over the
Reading Railroad, via AUentown, the Lehigh
Valley, the New York Central system from
Wilkcsbarre. and should arrive at Pittsburg
on the Allegheny Valley Road some time
Among the passengers were Hon. wm. .mc
Klnley.'of Ohio; General Bradford, or Kansas,
and the following Pittshurgers: R. H. Boggs,
AUeghenv: Edward Oxnard and two daughters,
George LWhitney, F. M. Latimer. Miss Hays,
Wm. Schoyer, W. C. Meyer, Bharpsburg, Pa.,
Jos. D. Weeks, Miss Burdett, Sharon. Pa., and
several other ladies and gentlemen, 28 in all.
AFTER THE DELUGE.
A Great Many Small Events and Charitable
Plan Come to Light.
The workers in Carnegie, Phipps A Co.'s
mill contributed $7,000.
The Machinery Moulder's Assembly Na 1030
will raise a fund to-night.
A corps of physicians left from Allegheny
for Johnstown last night.
The employes of H. K. Porter & Co. con
tributed $500 for Johnstown.
The Mayor of AUentown, Pa., -telegraphed
$2,000 to the Relief committee.
Colonel P.T.Fbazieb and two sisters, of
this city, are reported drowned.
Miss Paulson, Mrs. General Latta, Miss
Hommcr, of Allegheny, are safe.
The Window Glass Workers Association
donated $2,000 to the relief fund.
Shaw Thomas, of New York, authorize
T. C. Jenkins to draw on them for SIOO.
The A. O. TJ. W. General Cnster Lodge No.
IIS gave $100 to the relief fund last night.
The Westinghouse Companies have con
tributed $15,000 to the Johnstown sufferers.
Edward Buses, of Arch street, was badly
burned by the explosion of a lamp last night.
The collection on Sunday at St. Andrew's
Episcopal Church for Johnstown sufferers was
The Bavarian Beneficial. Society, of the
Southside donated $100 to the sufferers last
The Pittsburg Salt Company is prepared to
donate two or three more cars of salt, as
The school principals decided last night to
take npa collection in. all the public schools
The Masonic fraternity subscribed $5,000 and
sent a relief train to Johnstown at 1 o'clock
Posthastes Laskex went to Johnstown
yesterday morning with $5,000 currency for
The citizens of Memphis, Tena, have sent
$356 to The Dispatch relief .fund, via First
Mb. Halset Williams leaves this morning
for Johnstown, charged with an important
Eeooks & McColl will give Tuesday's re
ceipts at their billiard hall, 63 Diamond street,
to the relief fund.
The Emsworth Presbyterian Church, Rev.
H. C Ferguson, raised $15 62 on Sunday for
J ohnstown sufferers.
One thousand feet of hoss was sent to
Johnstown yesterday to wash off piles of debris
that cover the bodies.
G. Duns and E.-R. Lewis, of the Excelsior
undertaking establishment, returned from
Johnstown last night.
"Good boy, Gwlnner," ejaculated Mr. Mc
Creery yesterday, when Mr. Gwinncr's check
for $500 was turned in.
Pateick Tuenee, living on .Brownsville
avenue, was killed by an engine on the P., V.
& C. track last night.
Council No. 7. Sovereigns of Industry, of
the Southside. will meet Wednesday night to
to raise a subscription. .
Davis Camp avwrn meet this morning
at 10 A. M., at 97 Fourth avenue, to raise money
for the' Johnstown fund.
Relief trains from Beaver. New Brighton,
Cleveland and other points, -pasie'd through the
city yesterday for J ohnstown., ,
The law courts of the city were paralyzed
yesterday, the attorneys being too absorbed in
Johnstown news to practice law.
The colored Odd Fellowssubscfibed $100 last
night and sent a committee to the aid of their
colored brethren in Johnstown.
Nothing has yet been heard of Miss Mar-
firett Patrick, daughter of Banker W. W.
atrick, who was in the flood district.
William Funn and Evan Jones left yes
terday afternoon with 60 horses, carts and
ropes, for Johnstown to clear up the wreck.
Manchester Council No. 121 Jr. O. U. A. M.
held a meeting last evening and contributed
$300 from their funds for the flood sufferers.
J. J. Flannebt telegraphed from Johns
town at 4 o'clock yesterday -afternoon for 200
large-sized coffins. They were shipped at once.
J. Paikteb, Jb., contributed $50 worth of
supplies, and N. B. Hogg $100 worth, which
were sent up in Mr. McCreery's car on Saturday.
Oliver McCltntocx fc Co. turned in a
check for $515, made up as follows: McClintock
fc Co., $500; W. A. Davis, $10, and "a widow," $3.
O. W. Potter, of Chicago, telegraphed the
Relief Committee yesterday that-he had sent
on a check for $5,000 and that more would fol
low. J.N. McCtoxouqh states that $3,000,000 wil .
not cover the loss of the Pennsylvania Railway I
Company, to say nothing of the detention to
The St Augustine's Young Men's Literary
Society, at Thirty-seventh street raisod $40 for
the sufferers last night and will raise more by
Rev. Ruoff, pastor of the, Smithfleld Street
German Church, who has .been In Johnstown
since Friday last, returned yesterday and will
start up again to-day.
A trunk marked Mrs. Ella Pope, contain
ing women's clothing and insurance papers, has
been taken out of the Allegheny river by a man
named Cornells at Montrose.
At 3 P. M, J. B. Scott telegraphed J. H. Mc
Creery to send up no more supplies until fur
ther orders, as there were plenty of provisions
on band for the present.
The Relief Committee desires that any per
sons sending packages should mark on the out
side what they contain. This should also he
done with any cars sent out
James Mubdoch, Inspector at Union de
pot, went to Johnstown, Friday. Word came
yesterday that he had been badly hurt, ana his
father went to see him yesterday.
Beware of men who pretend to be collect
ing money or clothing .for the Johnstown suf
ferers, but who cannot show a book specially
stamped by the Relief committee.
The Birmingham Turner Society besides
handing In $450 to the RellelJCommittee sent in
a carload of clothing and provisions. The so
ciety ts still at work raising money.
J. H. Patne, Mayor of Oil City, telegraphed
the Relief committee yesterday that he had
sent a check for $700 to W. R. "Thompson, and
that Oil City would be heard irom again.
Telegrams were received at the Chamber
of Commerce yesterday from almost every city
in the country stating that meetings would be
held last night to raise funds' for the sufferers.
An entertainment of music and elocution
will be given this evening, at No. 6 Sixth
street by the Pittsburg Society of Spiritual
ists, for the benefit of the Johnstown sufferers.
The St Charles Literary and Dramatic
Society pave a social festival for St Philo
mena's church's benefit in 8t Philomsna's
Hall last night The festival was a great suc
N. E. Gbahax, editor and proprietor of the
East Brady Heview, forwards $30 to TheDis.
PATCH fund, making a total of 103 75 con
tributed by East Brady citizens through the
Thomas H. Watt and family, of the Penn
sylvania Company, and J. C. McNaice, agent
of the Adams Express Company, were rescued
from a house top after three hours waiting in
The Emory M. E. Church of the East End
will send ont a carload of food, clothing and
bedding over the P. R.B.this morning, in
charge of JohnT. Wllion and committee, to
Thomas Morrison, President oi the Cin
cinnati Chamber of Commerce, telegraphed
yesterday afternoon that a carload of bedding
had been shipped to Johnstown. Money would
be sent also.
At the Tarentum Opera House, last night,
R. B. P. McCall presiding, and H. P. Kennedy
treasurer, $1,600 in cash and $500 in goods were
riven in addition to $400 raised earlier for the
Theodore Doebfxjxoeb yesterday after
noon telegraphed Mayor McCalUn from Nln
evah asking him to have the military placed
along the Allegheny river banks to catch bodies
floating down the river.
THEjSenior and Junior Orders of American
Mechanics of the 'Southside. raised $500 last
night which will bo spent for in clothing eta,
to bo sent to Johnstown Furthersupplies may
be sent to Salisbury Hall.
Uniontown sent forward a carload of pro
visions and clothing yesterday, and J. S.
Schoonmaker,Treasurer of the Relief Com
mittee, wired W. R. Thompson to draw on him
for $2,000, with more to follow.
At noon yesterday the Roller Committee del
egated er-Shcrift Gray to secure a towboat and
go up the Allegheny river as'far as it was pas
sable and search for dead bodies. The ex
sheriff took a party of men along.
A. J. MoxHAir. Chairman of the Citizens'
Relief Committee, telegraphed the Relief Com
mittee of this cltv yesterday afternoon for 5,000
pounds ot chloride of lime and 2,000 pounds of
copperas. The goods were shipped at once;
W. H. Kiekxand, a prominent coffee
broker in New York, wired Dilworth Brothers
that he had collected $2,000 among coffee
brokers for Johnstown sufferers, which he
would forward to Mr. George H. Dilworth.
E. M. Biqelow, Chief of the Department of
Public Works, and Controller Morrow occu
pied a desk iu the Chamber of Commerce
rooms yesterday and issued permits to those
wishing to enter Johnstown to seek relatives.
It was reported to Detective Glenn that the
body of Harry Richardson, drowned at Wood's
Run last Saturday, had been found at Roches
ter. Heent word to Detective Lazarus, of
that place, for a full description of the body.
De, Benjamin Lee, Secretary of the State
Board of Health, telegraphed Sheriff Mc
Candlcss to summon a posse to clear the Alle
gheny river, and Colonel Joseph H. Grey was
put in charge and will engage tugs, etc., for
The Executive Board of D. A. 8, K. of L,.
met last night to talk over the flood. It was
decided not to ask any of the local assemblies
to contribute, as almost all of them are mem
bers of other organizations and have given
money and clothing.
The following Pittshurgers are still among
the missing: Mrs. Charles Terbeyden, wife of
the jeweler: Mrs. Theodore Overbnk, residing
on the Southside; Mrs. Steggart and Miss Steg
gait, wife and daughter of Councilman Steg
gart of the Southside.
The Sunday school supeTintsndents of Pitts
burg and Allegheny organized permanently
last night as follows: President Hon. E. S.
Morrow; First Vice President Samuel Hamil
ton; Second Vice President Thomas Cord;
Secretary, E, a Gray; Treasurer, G. W
Hague. Governor Beaver's ears might be sup
posed to burn last night considering the talk
heard at the Chamber of Commerce rooms
regarding his course in the present emer
gency. Some also included the vetoes of char
itable appropriations inthe counts of the in
dictment A pbettt general expression of opinion by
the Relief .Executive Committee, and backed
by all to whom it was expressed, was that all
money contributed by individuals should be
expended for the sufferers' benefit and let the
State do the work of putting the ravaged dis
trict in shape.
The collection of money for the Johnstown
sufferers in Wilkiusburg amounted at the car
to $115, and other donations have been made,
but the amounts are not yet reported. Mr. Mc
Creery gives notice to volunteers to hold them
selves ready to relieve the men who are now at
work in Johnstown.
Me. J. C. Jexkxns is in receipt of a telegram
from Johnstown announcing the safely.of Mr.
James McMillen, Mr. Balsinger and family, and
Mr. D. J. Jones and wife. Mr. McMillen is the
only surviving member of the firm of Wood,
Morrell & Co., who were the predecessors of
the Cambria Iron Co.
G. W. Bbtak. of Oliver Bros. & Phillips', re
turned ..from Johnstown last night His
brother-in-law and sister were taken from a
houso which, by the very force of the flood,
had been swept on to high land. Ont of 16 in
mates of the house 4 were saved, including
Mr. Bryan's relatives.
Mrs. Leisingek, of the Twelfth ward, Alle
gheny, applied for relief to Major Hunker, of
the Poor Board, yesterday. She said her hus
band had been working at Johnstown for the
last two weeks and she had not heard from him
and believed him to be drowned. She was-in
want of food and was aided.
The reception of packages of clothing at the
old City Hall' continued until after 10 o'clock
and the Relief Committee after that hour was
informed that a load had been dumped on the
pavement and there were none to care for it
Orders were given to take care of it Up to
that honr 350 packages had been forwarded.
The Western Pennsylvania Agricultural
Association, ot Washington, Pa., desire to an
nounce through the columns of The
Dispatch that they will contribute the entire
profits of their meeting, which takes place in
their grounds at Washington on Wednesday
and Thursday of this week, to the Johnstown
The train which arrived at the Union depot
at 4:10, yesterday afternoon,, was alleged to
carry "Johnston survivors." It really bore
more Pittsburg sightseers. A railroad man on
the train quotes General Hastings as saying:
''For God's sake tell Pittsburg to be as ener
getic in chaining up her sightseers as she is in
Among the contributions yesterday were:
300 shovels, byHussey &Binns; 24 shovels and
one dozen picks, by Taylor & Co; one car of
lime by the Pennsylvania Mining and Manufac
turing Company; a large lot of clothing from
Stausbergerd: Josephs, of Allegheny: $700 worth
of clothing bvA. Sailor: 20 barrels Thymoll dis
infectant J. Williams, Sbarpsburg.
Mr. Louis 8. Claeke, who yesterday visited
and inspected thoroughly the vicinity of the
South Fork dam, corroborates In every partic
ular the special dispatch published in an
other column regarding the breaking of the
dam and the heroism of Engineer Parke. The
latter, he savs. acted the Dart of a hero indeed.
and he expressed the hope last night that the
gallant engineer would yet be heard from.
The relief car of the Jr. O. TJ. A. M. will
leave the Baltimore and Ohio depot, at Water
street at 12-30 to-day. All donations of cloth
ing, those tor women and children specially de
sired, should he sent at once to 06 Smithfleld
street third floor of American Address to G.
W. Smith, Johnstown. Pa. Councils of the
Jr. O. TJ. A. M. along the Baltimore and Ohio
should have all packages ready and marked
forG. W. Smith, Johnstown, not later than 2
The money for the Masonic fund is coming
in rapidly. Clifford P. McCalla, Grand Master
of Masons of Pennsylvania, sent $500Iast night,
and the Grand Master of Masons of Indiana
telegraphed tor the man to whom he should
send the contributions for that State. The
total will reach $10,000, at least by this evening.
The committee has organized to send a carload
of provisions each day over the Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad, and as many men as are re
quired to attend to the Masons of the flooded
Jonx Grady, an employe of the Cambria
Iron Company, has sent an appeal to The Dis
patch. He announces that bis wife has been
lost in the flood, and that he is most desirous
of ascertaining any news concerning her. He
says that she had in her breast a purse contain
ing $90 in cash and a check to his order for $10.
It the body has been recovered he would like
to know where it has been buried, or, If not
vet interred, to forward the body to 'him at
Johnstown, in care of the Cambria Iron Com
pany. He also asks that the money be returned
to him as he needs it most urgently.
Instead of saying he "had seen South Fork
Lake last summer.nd had no doubt of its
safety," Architect and Engineer A.Y. Lee
says he distinctly told the reporter he "could
prove nothing by him," as he had never seen
the lake. There seems to have Deen a misun
derstanding; but even if Mr. Lee had said any
such thing, it would only have been the same
In effect as other very smart men were saying
and insisting upon on Saturday. Nobody de
sired to prove anything by Mr. Lee. His opin
ion was only sought by reason of an entire
misconception as to his knowledge ot the mat
ter. The correction sets him right, it is hoped.
Pears' Soap secures a beautiful complexion.
100 pieces of new style American challis,
at6Kcts per yard, at H. J. Lyneh's, 438
and 440 Market street tts
1,000 trimmed hats -and bonnets at all
prices, at Eo'senbanm & Co.'s.
"QOLDEtr Wedding" flour without a
Jackets for Cool Weather.
All oar stockinette and cloth, jackets at
greatly reduced prices to close out
Bosesbauu & Co.
Children's lives are made miserable by
the irritation and distress caused by worms.
As these pests sap their vitality, and retard
their healthy growth, they should be treated
at once with Dr. Jaynejs Tonte Vermifuge.
This remedy destroys the worms; cleanses the
intestines of their nests, and acts as a general
Conic for both the young and old, thus ma
terially aiding in building np the strength.
Henry Terheyden. lhe Jeweler, of 530
Has just received a fresh invoice of those
beautiful onyx clocks. There are also a few
of those diamonds advertised last week
which remain over that he will, close out at
a positive bargain. Those who contemplate
making purchases in the jewelry line would
tdowell to call and.'see his large and varied
stock of goods and extremely low prices.
What the Bakers Say.
There is an old saying that the proof of
the pudding lies in the eating. The best
proof of the excellence of the famous "Iron
City Brand" of flour, made by "Whitmyre &
Co., the sterling millers, lies in the fact that
the bakers of Allegheny county are gradu
ally adopting its nse on account of its solid
qualities. Give it a trial.
' California Wines.
California Sherry, full quarts, 60c
California Fort, full quarts, 60c.
For sale at G. TV. Schmidt's, Nos. 95 and
97 Fifth ave.
May Festival Still Here.
The great feast of music is over, but
Marvin s May .festival cakes are being
made daily as usual and are delighting
thousands of people all over the country.
Getn pound from your grocer and test their
Fine Topaz Sherry, full quarts, SI 00.
Fine Spanish Port, full quarts, ?1 00.
For sale at G. W. Schmidt's, Nos. 95 and
97 Fifth ave.
ExTKAOnbiSAEY bargains in fast black
hosiery, also lisle and silk hosiery reduced
at Bosenbaum & Co.'s.
A Chance ot Owners.
E. W. Porter, of E.. "W. Porter & Co., has
bought out the firm which has been run
ning Both's restaurant-for the last two years,
at 26 Diamond street He will be glad to
see all histoid friends, to whom he offers his
thanks for past favors. Table furnished
better than ever before.
Passengers for the East
Can take the Allegheny Valley Bailroad to
Corry or Buffalo. Connections made at
Corry for all points on' the N. Y., L. E, &
W. B. B., and at-B"uffalo with the N. Y. C.
& H. B. B. and "West Shore B. E. for all
points in New York and 2f ew England.
Trains leave at 8:15 A. M. and 8:50 p. M.
Bbiko the children to Aufrecht's Elite
Gallery, 616 Market st., Pittsburg. Cabi
nets $1 00 per doz.
Keep looking young and save tyour hair, its
color and beauty with Parker's Hair Balsam.
Parker's Ginger Tonic the best cough cure.
Something; Bran New.
Marvin's Quaker Crackers. A. delight
ful bit of baking. Tiy.them. ThFSu
The largest stock spring suitings and
trouserings, at Pitcairn's Tailoring Em
porium, 434 'Wood st. tuso
'Get a sack of "Ivory" flour of your
grocer, and see what fine bread ybuVill
Home industry deserves your patronage.
Therefore drink, Franenheim & Vilsack'4
Pittsburg beer. TTSsn.
-VfOTICE-TO BUTCHERS AND BREW
X ERS of Allegheny Co. You are request
ed to attend a meeting of all butchero and
drovers on THURSDAY, June ft. at 7 p. h.,
sharp, at the Old City Hall, Pittsburg, for the
purpose of taking action to relieve sufferers
of the late flood. Respectfully. J. F. BKIIi
STEINjPres. or Butchers' Protective Associa
tion, F. GBEEN.WALT, Chairman of .Board
of Directors. jel-55
PROPOSALS FOB FURNISHING STA
TIONEBY,, furniture, fuel and other
In compliance with the Constitution and laws
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, I
hereby.invite sealed 'proposals, at prices below
maximum rates fixed in schedules, to furnish
stationery, furniture, fuel, and other supplies
for the several departments of the State Gov
ernment, and'f ormaking repairs in the several
departments, and for the distribution of the
public documents, for the year ending the first
Monday ot June, A. D. 1890.
Separate proposals will be received and sepa
rate contracts awarded as announced in said
schedules. Each proposal must be accompa
nied by a bond with approved sureties, condi
tioned for 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. 1SS9. at which time the proposals will be
opened and contracts awarded, fn the recep
tion room of the Executive Department at
Blank bonds and schedules containing all
necessary information can be obtained on ap
plication at this department
, m CHARLES .W. STONE.
Jez-69-D Secretary of the Commonwealth.
George Hodgdon, Architect has removed to
his handsome new rooms. Safe Deposit Build
ing, S3 Fourth ave. Take elevator to fifth
ESTATE OF GEOBGK B. SPLANE, DE-CEASED-Executor's
notice Notice is
hereby given that letters testamentary on the
estate of George R. Bplane, late of the Sixth
ward of the city of Pittsburg, county of Alle
cheny. State of Pennsylvania, deceased, have
been granted to the undersigned, to whom all
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment, and those having
clams or demands against the same will make
them known without delay to
WM. H. McKfeLVY. Executor.
apSMO-Tu 64 Sixth avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.
T. T. SIEBENECK. Att'y., No. 1 Wylie ave.
ESTATE OF OTTO HKLMOLD, DE-CEASED-Executor's
Notice Notice is
hereby criven that letters testamentary on the
estate of Otto Helmold, late of the city of
Pittsburg, in the county of Allegheny, and
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, deceased,
have been granted to theunderslgned, to whom
all persons Indebted to said estate, are re
quested to make immediate payment, and those
hn inc claims or demands against the same will
make them known without delay to CHAB
LOTTE HEIiMOIiD, CONSTANTINE W.
HELMOLD, Executors of the last will of Otto
Helmold, dee'd.. No. 612 Smithfleld st,
Pittsbprq, Jnne 4. 1889. Je4-7S-TU
We make a specialty of cleaning and dyeing
lace curtains; also' dry cleaning Damask Turk
ish portiers and all kinds of fabrics.
Sixth Avenue Dve Works,
M. MAY SONS & Co.
68 SIXTH AVE.'
EEADY TO-DAY AT NOON
"A VAGABOND'S HONOB,"
Is the complete novel in
For June. Ask your dealer for a copy. Price,
25c a number. $2 60 a year.
BEDFORD, CLARKE & CO.. Publishers.
. 22 East Eighteenth st.
Jel-57 New York.
CONSUME YOUR OWN GARBAGE IN
stoves and ranges while using the samefor
.cooking, of any other purpose, by using the
Eureka Garbage Burner. For illustrative cir
cular, containing fnll information, call on or
. 63 East Diamond street,
je5-n57-TT3 Allegheny. Pa.
SI AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-74-
u oeveniu avenue,
. . . 'Pittsburg. Fa.
Telephone 1844. -. jeS-nSO-rra
TUESoLt; JUKE 4;
&"Dipla aSvertUements one dollar per
ignore for one imerUqn. Classified advertise
ment on Uiis page such at Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, et&, ten cents' per line1 for each inter
tion, and none taken or lest than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where "Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements wiil
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morningi
Advertisements ara to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with Tm DIS
THOMAS MCCAFKBKr. 3K9 Butler street.
EMIL O. STUCKEY, Hth street and Penn ave.
JE. G. 8TUCKEY 4CO., Wylie ave, and Fulton st
N. STOKELY. Fifth Avenue Market House.
J; AY. "WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue,
MCALLISTEK & SHE1BLER, 5th av. & Alwood St.
JACOB 8POHN. No. 2 Carson street.
CHAS. SCHWAEM, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAERCHEK, 10 Federal street.
H. J. McBRIDE. Federal and Ohio streets.
FRED H. EGGEBS. in Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEBS & SON, Ohio and Chestnnt s'ts.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENBV, Western ana Irwin aves.
G. VT. HUGHES. Fennsvlvanla and Beaver aves.
FEKRYM. GLEIM. Itebecca and Allegheny aves.
Slalo HcId. ,
ANTEO-A BABBEE-AT 3SZ7 BDTLEB
ST., corner xnirtr-ntntn. jei-BU
WANTED-A GOOD BARBER, IMMEDI
ately. THOMAS H. JOHNSON. 88 Ninth
TTTANTED-THIBD HAND, AT "WARD &
, VV NEFF'S BAKEEV, 33 Besacca street, Al
"VTrANTED-AGENTS WITH SMALL CAPI
V V TAL can make S5 per day. 403 SMITHFIELD
ST., 9 A.M. Je4-82
TTTANTED COMPETENT STENOGRAPHER
T V who can operate typewriter. Address T.W.
H., Dispatch office. Je4-63
WANTED-GROOM-ONE THAT HAS HAD
experience with trotting horses. Call at
HDGTJS & HACKE'S. Je4-62
TXT" ANTED DRUG. CLERK A RELIABLE
.TV man to take charge of small store. Address
BOX50,Flttsbnrjr, Pa. Je4-5J
TXTANTED-GOOD SOBER TINNER FOR
VV near city. Call at UEMMLER BROS.,
Smithfleld st.. Pittsburg. Je4-81
TTJANTED-A FIRST-CLASS WOOD TUEN
VV ER. Inquire or JOHN STEWART, corner
otliroid and Larimer ave,. East End. city.
-TTT ANTED -SOLICITOR FOR ClTY-BtTSI-
V NESS pleasant: salary, 2 per day, to good
reliable men. Address NOVELTY, Dispatch
WA N TED-BRICKLAYERS AT JEAN
NETTE: none bnt union men need applv.
Address J. B. JOHNtTON, 108 Clay avenue. Jean
WANTED-GOOD BOY, FROM 15 TO 17
years of age to work In milk depot: must
give good reference. Address J, B. M., Dispatch
fTTANTED-5 MEN TO SELL HOUSEHOLD
. YV article: can make 84 a day. Call after 8:30.
TO WOLF, S3H Sandusky St., Garvin House,
WANTED-MAN ABOUT 24 YEARS OLD TO
take charge of bnslnels: one that under
stands bonders' supplies. Address J. B., Dis
patch office. Jel-49''
TTANT.ED-ONE FIRST-CLAB9 SOAP
TV maker: must be sober. Industrious, a No. 1
mechanic TWIN CITY SOAP CO.. LIM., 302and
104 Pennsylvania ave., Allegheny City. Je4-70
WANTED-TRAVELING SALESMAN FOB
a wholesale boot and shoe house for Mercer
county and B. & D. R. R. : none but an experi
enced man need apply. Address P. O. BOX 481,
Pittsburg, Pa. Jel-67-HTua
VV powder and pure spices: gifts with goods;
coke workers, miners or mlllmun can makemoney
fn their spare time. YAMASH1RO TEA CO., 83
Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa. ja2g-86-TTS
TTTANTEU-A YOUNG MAN OF SOME EX
V V PEKIENCE to assist in An office Of a large
.wholesale house; mnst bo rapid, a good penman
and be able to commence work at once; no others
need apply: wages, S3 a week. Addres.i. stating
age Sad experience, N. O. P., Dispatch office.
WANTED-BAD WRITERS AT SMAKT'B
COLLEGE, 4 Sixth street, Pittsburg, Pen
manship, bookkeeping, eclectic shorthand, type
writing, arithmetic etc., thoroughly taught for
tS per month ; instruction private for both sexes;
open through summer, day and evening.
" - ' 'my 12-rresu
WANTED-GENTLEMEN TO ATTEND N.
Y. Catting School, No. 514 Wood St.:
Urllng's actual measurement system taught in all
Its branches: the only true system fitting any and
all shapes; instructions 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. ; even
iu rs 7 to 9 P. M. ; call or write for circular.
TT-ANTED-AGENTS-ANAKOHY AND AN
W AKCHISTS, the greatest book of the year, la
now ready for delivery. Agents say It is easier to
sell than any other hook published: some agents
average six orders a day since the start:' Rood ter
ritory still open In cltr and country. Call for outfits
at P. J. FLEMING & CO.'S, Dispatch Building,
77 Diamond st. Je2-3f
WANTED -AGENTS TO HANDLE THE
new patent chemical Ink erasing pencil;
greatest novelty ever produced; erases luk In two
seconds, no abrasion of paper; 200 to 500 per cent,
profit; one agent's sales amounted to (63) 00 in six
days; another (Si 00 in two-hours; territory abso
lutely free; salary to good men; no ladies need an
swer; sample 35 cents. For terms and full particu
lars, address. The Manufacturers, J. W. SKIN
NER CO. Onalaska, Wis. Je2-50
WANTED-A FIRST-CLABS COOK ATEUKO
FEAN HOTEL, 1137 Liberty St. Je4-78
WANTEU-ONE SHORT ORDER COOK AN D
one night cook at AS YOU LIKE IT DIN
ING ROOMS, 639 Smithfleld st. je4-44
ANTED-A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
ERAL housework in a ramllv or two: mnst
be a good cook and laundreas. Apply between 9
A.M. and 12 at. at 213 CH ARTIERS ST., between Lo-
enst and Franklin, Alloghe:
Male and l'einale Helo.
WANTED-ATONCE-A HOSTLER, 20FARM
hands, dairy man, dressmaker (110 per
week), steady work; cooks, chambermaids, house
girls, dining room, pantry, kitchen and laundry
glrli, cook and second cook for hotel. MEEHAN '8
AGENCY, 5 Grant st. Je3-D
TTTANTED-A PARTNER FOR A 8UB8TAN
VV TIAL manufacturing concern in the city,
well established and doing a line business; this Is
a rare opening) we are personally acquainted with
the parties and the business, ana have pleasure In
Inviting correspondence and the closest Investi
gation; the 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 & CO., 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. Jel-93-D
In sums to snlt, at 4K, S and 6 per cent.
GRAEBING & LYON, 135 Fourth ave. an6-el-D
VV in sums to salt at Mi, 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, IU Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
WANTED-RENTS COLLECTED PROMPT
LY; property managed with satisfaction.
ALLES & BAILEY, 1M Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
TTTANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PBOP
VV ERTY.-over 84.000;' 4H per cent; no tar.
HENRY A. WEAVER A CO., BFourth avenue.
In large and small amounts at 4S4. SandS
per cent, free of State tax; no delay. REED B.
CO Y LEA CO., 131 Fourth ave. my21-eo
TTTANTED-TO LOAN 500,000. IN AMOUNTS
YV of 3,000 and upward, oncltyand suburban
property, on i',i percent, free of tax: also smaller
amounts at 5and6 per cent. BLACK & B AIRD,
85 Fourth avenue. se21-U28-D
WANTED-MORTG AGES-fl, 000, (WTO LOAN
on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
percent, and on larms in Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 8 per cent. 1. M. PENNOCK &
SON, 10J Fourth avenue. p7-Hl
WANTED-TO LOAN S30,000 ON MOKT
. GAGES; J10O and upward at 6 per cent;
W COO at 4K per cent on residences or business
K?Eert7J ' In adjoining counties. S. H.
FRENCH, 125 Fourth avenue. oc31-eS4-D
"TTANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY BOOM AND
VV. board in Allegheny; beet of references.
Apply D. 0 Dispatch office. Jc2-29-TuSu
Booms, Bon es. Etc.
rtrrANTED-BY A YOUNG GENTLEMAN-A
VV nicely furnished front room, second story,
near parks, in Allegheny. Address H, Dispatch
WANTED-TO BUY, CHEAP FOR CASH,
brick house of 7 or 8 rooms, or building lot;
near Firth avenue cable line preferred. Address
PURCHASER, P. O. box 880. Je4-M
TTTANTEU-IiADIES TO KNOW HAUGH ft
TV Keenan repair, reflnlsh or upholster old
furniture promptly and In tbe best possible man
ner. S3 AND 34 WATER ST. 1hone 1633. my9-82
WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER, 96 Fifth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making flnecatafnets at fl SO per
dozen; photos delivered when promised; Instan
taneous process. " mhU-63
F"fv -. S
1889.-;. ' '
WANTED-TO BUT A TWELVE-HUNDRED
. pound steam hammer in good order. Ad
dress MARTIN JOYCE, office Water St. Jc46
-TTT ANTED YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
VV doien (13 J or Stewart A Co. 's fine cabinet
photos for $1, at SO and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
FOR. SAIiB-IMpitOVED HEAL ESTATE.
OR SALE-FIFTH STREET PROPERTY
jl Tvmci- Tiu cnuauce greatly in vaiuc wt.mu
the next year or so. 'Call for particulars, C. BEK
1NGBR & SON, 103 Fourth ave. jel-7S-rrs
T7IOR SALE AT A BARGAIN, TWO FRAME
JD houses on Holmes st., between Flftv-second
and Firry-third sts.: only (2,000 for all. C. BEK
1NGERASON, 103 Fourth ave. Jel-78-TTS
TTiOK SALE-2 GOOD DWELLINGS ON 80M
JJ MERS St., near Wylie ave., of 4 rooms; Inside
shatters; each lot 57x124 to 20 foot alley; only (3,209
for both. BLACK & BAUCD, 91 Fourth ave.
FOR 8ALE-PENN AVE. PROPERTY; WE
have a nuUDerof very valuable properties
between Third and Fifth streets on Venn ave.
which we can offer st reasonable prices. C.
BERINGER & SON, 103 Fourth ave. Jel-7S-TTS
riOR SALK-A PAYING INVESTMENT-
Jtropeny corner Ross street and First ave.:
now renting for S56Q per year; house 10 rooms; lot
20x70 feet; price only 7,000, with certainty of
future advancement. W. A. HEBRON tSONS.
8u Fourth ave.
East End Residences.
FOR SALE-SHADE. ROOMINESS AND OUT
LOOK are features to consider In buying
residence property; these and many otber ad
vantages are possessed by the elegant and com
modious new honses upon Oakland sqnare, which
Is one of the most attractive neighborhoods In
the city; only fifteen mlnntes' from the heart of
the city, yet with all the .attractions ot the coun
try; dwellings finished In the neatest and most
durable manner; streets paved with asphalt and
sewered; natural and artificial gas: fronting on
handsome park planted with shade trees: new
cable loop (for which ordinance Is in Councils) to
go within 100 feet of the square: price of bouses,
standing on lots 30x100. s,500: terms,- moderate,
cash payment, remainder upon longtime; most
beautiful district or tbe city and convenient to all
parts. Apply to SAMUEL W. BLACK CO.. 99
Fourth avenue. myl2-7l
FOR SALE-SAMCHAZELWOOD-A LOVELY
home, only two squares from tbe station, on
Hazelwood avenue: two-story frame dwelling ot
8 rooms, hall, range, bath. Inside w. c, slate man
tels, natural and artificial gas, good sewerage,
etc. ; In fact a very complete house. In splendid
order: large lot with an abundance of fruit and
shade trees, shrubbery, etc. 1SLACK&BAIRD,
S3 Fourth avenue. 1e4Q
OB SALE-HANDSOME MODERN HOUSE
all conveniences and larare lot. choice loca
tlon, Bldwell street, AUeghenv; low price
easy terms. JNO. H.M'CREERY, 93 Fifth ave.
TfiOR SALE-A VERY- NICE ALMOST NEW
JD frame dwelling of 4 rooms and basement,
kitchen and attic, porch, etc.. on California ave..
AUeghenv; price only (2,500. C. BERINGER &
SON k 103 Fourth ave.
FOR SAL E A VERY COMFORTABLE FRAME
house of 6 rooms and kitchen, front and side
porches, large lot 30x110 feet on Frankstown ave.
near Station street. C. BERINGER & SON. 103
Fourth ave. Jel-73-TTS
FOR SALE-A PAYING INVESTMENT;
well Improved Allegheny property on La
cock St., near Sandusky 'st.. paying enough rent
to make 7 per cent net on $7,u00, the price asked.
W. A. HEBRON & SONS, 80 Fourth aye.
IOR SALE-HOUSE AND FINE LOT IN THE
Second ward. Alleehenv. near street cars
and narks; 8 rooms, bath, w. c, natural gas,
porches, cellar, etc. : lot 22x133 feet to an alley;
price $5, 500. JaS.W. DRAPE & CO., 123 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. Jel-87-D
FOR SALE-HOOO-ALLEGHENY HOUSE, ON
Clifton ave, near Harrison St.. a new 2-story
frame dwelling of 7 rooms and attic, hall, vesti
bule, slate roof, two porches, both gases, city
water, slate mantels, etc; lot 30x170; this Is abar
gain. BLACK A BAIRD, 91 Fourth ave. Je4-4t
FOB SALE-H200 FOB ALL, 14 LOTS ON
Harmar street, near P. B. R., between Twenty-eighth
and Thirty-third sts., 25x120 feet each;
will enhance rapidly ;a good speculation; very easy
terms: 5 minutes from Penn ave. cable line.
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., S3 Fourth ave.
East End Lots.
FOB SALE-VACANT LOT ON DENN1STON
ave.: fine location and well situated: will
tell reasonably. C. BEHINGER& SON, 103 Fourth
FOR SALE-ON BOQUET ST., OAKLAND,
near cable line, cheap but desirable building
lots of a good size. W. A. HEBRON & SONS. SO
Fourth ave. j Je2-02-4,8,lt,18,22,:6
FOR 8ALE-ACBE LOTS-FRONTING ROUP
ST.. 2)0 feet deep,' near Wllklns ave.,Twenty
second ward: the ground lays well, the location Is
beautiful. W. A. HEBRON & SONS. 80 Fourth,
T7IOR SALE-SQDIRBEL HILL-3TO 15 ACRES
JD at 41,000 to 2,500 per acre; directly on ornear
line of new electric road; will enhance rapidly: a
Sood speculation: call and see us at once. SAM
EL W. BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth ave.
TTIOB BALE-LOTSI LOTS1-3 CHOICE LOTS
JD on Frankstown ave.,Brushton station: Bank
of Commerce addition plan: each 40x140 feet to 24
foot alley: terms. (50 down and (10 a month:
cheapest lots in tho market. Secure plan from
JOHN F. BAXTER,' Agent, 612 Smithfleld it.
FOU SALE-LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues and Lombard street, Allegheny, In
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH MCN AUGHER, 43 N. Diamond st.
FOR SALE-VERY CHEAP, AT THE HEAD
of the Nunnery Hill Incline, Twelfth ward.
Allegheny, desirable building lots; call or send
for plans. W. A. HEBRON & SONS, 80 Fourth
FOR 8ALE-AT EDGEWOOD, P. K. R., DE
SIRABLE building lots 53x192 feet; (500
each. W. A. HERRONA SONS, No. 80 Fourth
FOR SALE AT JWILK1NSBUHG, BEAUTI
FULLY located near tbe station; lots 62x120
feet; only (325. W. A. HEBRON ft SONS. No.
80 Fourth ave. Jel-95-1.4,8,12,15
OB SALE-8150 00 UPWARDS, BUILDING
lots 25x150 feet deen. frontlncr tho Plank
road. Chartters township, lust out and Immedi
ately adjoining the city line; terms easy. W. A.
HEBRON ft SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
my30-84-30, J ul, 4, 8.12, 15
FOR SALE-153 ACHES CONVENIENTTO CITY
and K.R.sta.: good house, barn, tenant house
and barn, outbuildings; 1.700 bearing peach. 1.000
plum, 100 apple, 20 plum trees, etc.; 3, 4 and 6 feet
coal, limestone; cheap. ED WITTISH, 410 Grant
st Pittsburg. New list. Je4-D
fTlOR SALE ATLANTIC C1TY.N. J.-HOTELS,
JD boarding houses, cottages, lots and bath,
honses to let or for sale by I. (a. ADAMS ft CO."
real estate agents, Atlantio Cltv. N. J. myg)-24-D
TTIOB SALE-STOCK AND GOOD WILL IN
JD one of the oldest and best grocery stands In
Allegheny; good reasons for selling. Address K,
K., Dispatch office. Je4-40
FOR SALE -SMALL GROCERY IN ALLE
GHENY with a nice trade; will Invoice about
(300: a splendid chance for a small Investment.
AddreisF. S., Allegheny, Pa. my31-l-FSuTuw
FOR SALE-A RETAIL GROCERY BUSINESS
in a good location in Allegheny, corner of
two streets and, populous neighborhood; old age
ol present owner the onlvreason for selling: a
fine onenlDir. JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO.. 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. Jel-87-D
FOR SALE THE LEASE-AND FURNITURE
and fixtures of a nice small hotel restaurant
and saloon business at Cautou, O.; the best
stand in the city; everything complete and new;
long lease for same treason sickness). Address
CANTON, Dispatch office. myO-0
FOR BALE EXCELLENT SMALL DRY
GOODS Store; would suit lady: Icecream
saloon: cigar stores; grocery stores; drugstores;
shoe stores; bakeries! etc; business for picnics
and county fairs, "(125: 100 business chances.
SUEPARD ft CO.. 54 Fifth ave. my29
iivi. DAUir-ijauuii vaKintACj Ainu pniua
J foundry with first-class established trade ot
long standing, with blast furnaces, rolling mills,
railroads, etc.; completely equipped for furnish
ing soft metals or all descriptions; will be told at
a bargain on account of Illness of owner. Address
W. B. B Dispatch offlc. ' my24-74
POB SALE GRAND OPENING LEASE
and furniture of a brick hotel or 50 rooms for
sale; tho house is In first-class shape; has a good
bar and 75 boarders, with a fair run ot transient
trade: street cars pats the door to all parts of the
citv: splendidly located, '18 rods from Union
depot, two blocks front steamboat landing: tbe
only cause of selling Is poor health. AJdress
EMPIRE HOUSE, 33 and a Water St., Cleveland,
O. JOHN BRENN AN, Proprietor. Je4-tt)
Ilones. Vehicles. Live Stock. tc.
FOR SALE-SECOND-JIAND PHAETON: IS
as good as new. Can be seen at C. WEST &
CO. 8, 43) Uuquesne way. Jel-86-D
FOR SAL15-HORSES-ONE CARLOAD
drivers and 3io. 1. work horses; some very
neavy; aii wrong, as jtcu Lion btauli.3.
Monday, June 3.
FO.K SALE-BOKSfc-OOOl)' WORK 1IOKSE,
also one-horse if on wagon and harness, sepa
rately or together, cheap, for want of use, at 31
ALLEGHENY AVENGE, near Kebecca street,
Allegheny. ' ' Je4-89
Machinery and Metals.
FOB 8ALE-J HORIZONTAL ENGINES, 18x2,
1 Ball engine, 1 smslldynamo and Z lamps and
meat choppers, -rendering kettles? etc VELTE Jb
MCDONALD, Tennave., cor. Thirty-second st.
FOB SALE -MORTGAGES -5200, 0e0-51OUT-GAGKS
ln'all sums drawing S and 7 per cent,
secured On Improved city property worth double
the amount: principal and Interest guaranteed by
a responsible trust company. Address 31. T.,
Dispatch office. le4-8
TOLET-J15AMONTH, BRICK HOUSE OF
8 rooms, bath, range, hot and eold water,
natural gas fixtures. No. 183 Plymouth St.. Thirty
fifth ward; a very good honse for the money. W.
A. UERRO, ft SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
- my29-31-29,Jul, 4,7,11,15
TO LET-NO. 101 FAYETTE ST., ALLE
GHENY, 8 rooms, late Improvements: rent
low to a good tenant. W. A. HEREON ft SONS,
No. 80 Funrth ave. myl9-30-IUV
TO LET-51Y HOUSE, THIRTEEN ROOMS,
at Laurel Station, Ft. Wayne road, aU mod
ern Improvements, stable and carnage honse, two
acres ground, .with liver view. Inquire on prem
ises, or at 219 Lacock street, Allegheny. WM. T.
10 LET-STORE AND DWELLING. NO. 43
WEBSTER ST. Je4-43
10 LET-WITH BTEADY .POWER-LAKGl.
well-llzh ted rfeoros. suitable for llzht nul-
factnrlng. Applv at 88 WATER ST., Pittsburg.
PERSONAL-BOOKS WANTEO-IF YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth (1,000, let us know: we will bny one as
quickly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK STORE,
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. my3-28
PERSONAL-WHY TROUBLE YOUB WIFE,
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 aveT
and Wood St.. second fioorf Charges moderate:
facilities unsurpassed: suits madeto order: spring
styles now ready. Telephone 1553. mh8
LOST-ON SUNDAY, A GARNET BRACELET.
Ingoing from Sixth street car to First Pres
byterian Church: finder will confer a great favor
by leaving It at DISPATCH OFFICE. Jc4-1
AUCTION SALE-ELEGANT FURNISH-
MENTS and Carpets at the rooms. No. 11,
Market street, TUESDAY MORNING, June
4, 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.. LIJI.
pRAND CONCERT THIS EVENING
In aid of the
EAST END GYMNASIUM HALL.
Commence at 8 o'clock.
( PAST FIRST.
March Coronation ...Kretschmer
Vocal Duet Selected
Miss Agnes ana iiK Joseph VogeY.'
Characteristic PieceThe Guard Mount.
Piccolo Solo Loctvoge! chen Faust
,- . Mr- John Leggett.
Concert Waltz-Am Neckerstraud...Millocker
Selection Faust. Gounod
Vocal Solo Selected...-
Miss Adah S. Thomas.
Oboe Solo The Shepherd Boy "Wilson
Mr. H. A. Rogers.
Serenade Mandoline....'. Desormes
Vocal Solo Selected '.
Mr. J. K. Murray.
Idyl The Mill in the Forest Ellenberg
March Tho Inman Line Eddy
ADMISSION ONE DOLLAR, Jel-33
FOR THE BENEFIT OF
THE JOHNSTOWN FLOOD SUFFERERS,
To be held at the
FRIDAY EVENING, June 7. 18S9. Given by
the Zltterbart Orchestra. Fidells Zitterbart,
Jr.. director. Soloists: Miss Bella Tomer, Miss
Agnes Vogel, Miss Grace Miller, Mr. W. Mc
Cutcheon. Miss Mamie Beuck, violin-Mr. Jos.
Vogel, Mr. J. Jelgerhols, oboe; Mr. F. Zitter
bart, plana Haydn Quartet, Zltterbart Quin
tet. Accompanists: Miss Ida Burgy, Mr. R.
Mayer. Tickets, SO cts. and JL je435
At Bijou Theater, Thursday and J'riday even
ings, June 6 and 7, under the auspices of the
Chamber of Commerce, the beautiful Legen
dary drama. Rip Van Winkle, with a strong
cast of professional artists.
Lubert's Mandolin Quartet will render some
Entire gross receipts to be given. Usual
prices of theater. .Reserved seats on sale at
R, W. TRELEGAN,
N. D. McMEAL,and
Of the Pittsburg Dramatic Agency, Managers.
rnHE ENTIRE PROCEEDS
THE ORPHEUSCLUB CONCERT,
TO BE GTVEIC AT THE
i pittsburg club theater
Will be presented to the relief fund.
The Musical DIrector.Mr. Cbas. Davis Carter,
advances $50 00.
Tickets for sale at all music stores.
SATUBDAY EVENING. JUNE 8,
Benefit of the Johnstown sufferers, at which
will he presented the comedy drama in 3 acts,
entitled "THE GENERAlM WARD," by
Marie Baldwin (Mrs. J. Wilson Phillips) of this
city. The principal characters will be assumed
by the theatrical profession residing in tbe city,
assisted by the leading local talent.
The entire proceeds will be given to tbe flood
A MUSICAL AND LITERARY ENTER
A TA1NMENT will be given at 8 p. m. this
TUESDAY EVENING, in Spiritual Hall, 6
Sixth street, in behalf of the Johnstown
sufferers. Madam Rlchings and a number of
popular amateurs will take part. Admission,
25 cents. jel-32
PICNIO GROVE FREEI
Only six miles from the city, situated on the
bluff overlookUg Davis Island dam. Easily
reached by rati or boat. Large grove of forest
trees, cool, clear springs of water, Sue dancing
The nse of the grove will be given free to
Sunday schools, societies, lodges. G.A.R. posts,
private fetes, etc. tbe only charge being fare
on the steam elevator to and from the grounds.
For dates and further particulars apply to
J. H. DAWSON, LacocS street, near Fed
eral street, Allegheny, or to A.CLANEYon
tbo grounds. mvll-15-D
M0N0NGAHELA AND OHIO RIVERS
Transportation & Excursion Co.,
Can be chartered for excursions, picnics and
evening parties., umce, ixo. na WATJSitBT.
L. N. CLARK. Captain.
FOR SALE-WHOLESALE PRODUCE
commission bouse, doing a business second
to none in the city; everythirg In first-class
rnnnlng order; this is an opportunity to step
into an established paying business that is
seldom offered; liberal terms, Address BUSI
NESS, Dispatch office. mf&llS-nssa
WALTEBJ.OSBOURNE. KIOHABD BABBOW1
ARROWS 4 OSBOURNE
D JOB PRINTERS,
- - 80 Diamond street
Telephone No. 6U
Office of City CoNTBOLrku, 1
nrdav. Jnna 8.1KB. tor nrlntiner the annual re
port of the 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. S. MORROW, ControUor.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE-.
CE1VED at the office of City Controller
until TUESDAY, the 4th day of June, A. D.
1889, at 2 P. ST.. 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 tbe amount, probated before
the Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves the
right to reject any or all bids. .
Chief of Department ot Public Works.
-VTOTlC IS HEREEBY GIVEN THAT THE
JM reports of Viewers on tbe opening lot
Geneva street, from Flsk street to Forty-fifth
street: Emerson street, from Fifth avenue to
Walnut street: Thompson street, from Shet
land street to King street; Allen street; from
Washington avenue 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 the Court of Common Pleas within
ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
JLX 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 avenue to sewer near
Pennsylvania Bailroad: Walnut street, from ,
Ivy street to Roup street: Ivy street, from
Howe street to Ellsworth avenne. Boup street,
from Fifth avenue to Ellsworth avenue; Mar
ket street, from South Diamond square to
Fourth avenue, and Ellsworth avenue, from
Snmmerlea street to Aiken avenue, have beta
approved by Councils, which action will bo
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.
FirrSBUBG, May 30, 1ES0. my30-3-D
City of Pittsburg ss.
In accordance with the Constitution of tho
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and an ordi
nance of the city of Pittsburg, I, William Mc
CalUn, 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 the 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
the Select and Common Council of the city as '
indicated below :
The electors of tbe Second ward. Pittsburg
First district, to meet at Archibald fc Broth
ers' livery stable, 136 Third avenue. Second
district to meet at the Poor Board office.
Fourth avenue. Third district to meet at
public scboolhouse. Diamond street. And
elect one Select Councilman for said ward to
fill the unexpired term of Jas. Getty, Jr., re
signed. The electors of the Fifth ward, Pittsburg;
First district, to meet at tbe office of Petec
Hermes, No. 203 Fifth avenue. Second dis
trict to meet at John Urban's meat 'store,
Wylie avenue. Third district to meef at the
public scboolhouse, Webster avenue. And
elect one Select Councilman for said ward to
fill the unexpired term ot John O'Neill, re
signed. The electors of the Eighteenth ward, Pitts
burg, First district, to meet at tbe livery stable,
of Alex Ki-gan, Butler street. Second district
to meet at Eauneld House, Butler street and
bridge. Third district to meet at the office of
B. R. Mclnerny, on Butler street. And elect
one Select Councilman for said ward to fill tha
unexpired term of Michael Dwyer, resigned.
The electors of the Twenty-sixth ward. Pitts
burg, First district, to meet at John Hughes
tinsnop, Sidney street, near Eighteenth street.
Second district to meet at house of Jacob
Aulenbacher, Jr., corner of Eighteenth and
Sarah streets. Third district to meet at Odd
Fellows' Hall, Eighteenth street. Fourth dis
trict to meet at tbe house of John Mausmann,
corner of Twentieth and Jane streets. Fifth
district to meet at tbe public 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 Pitt,V
burr, this aun uay otjuay. A. u. iss.
my297 WM. McCALLINVMaJqr. i
XTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
! Sealed proposals will be received at the
office of City Controller until Tuesday, tho
4th day of June, A. D. 1889, at 2 p. irfor tbe fol
Penn avenne, f romFif th avenue to City Line.
Forbes street, from Brady to Boyd streets.
Sixth avenue, from Wylie avenue westward-
First avenue, from Smithfleld street to Grant
Butler street, from Forty-ninth street to
Eighth street, from Penn avenue to Liberty
Ninth street, from Penn avenue to Liberty
Liberty avenne, Irom Smithfleld street east
wardly. Cherry alley, from Third avenue to Water
State alley, from Wylie avenne to Fifth ave
nue. Scott alley, from Penn avenne to Duquesna
Garrison alley, from Fayette street to Lib
Barker's alley, from Duquesna way to Lib
Church alley, from Sixth avenne to Straw
Slocum alley, from Penn avenue to Liberty
Strawberry alley, from Smithfleld street to
OBASINO, P AVISO AKD CUBBCrO.
Halket street, from Fifth avenue to Wilmot '
Herron avenue, from Center avenue to Thirty-third
Boquet street, from Semple street to Frazier
Dennlston avenue, from Fifth avenue to
Atwood street, from Fifth avenue to Boquet
Center avenue, from Soho street to Hdand
PAVTNG AND CUBBING.
Stanton avenue, from Hiland avenue to
Heberton avenue. f
Corday alley, from Pearl to Cedar streets.
The paving of tbe above named streets to bo
either with Block Stone, Standard Sheet
Asphalt, Vulcanite Asphalt, Irregular Block
Stone or Cobble Stone, and bids will be re
ceived for each kind of pavement.
Center avenue, from Summit, near Aliqulp
pa, to Reed street, 18. 20-inch pipe, 3 feet and 3
feet 8 inch: brick and stone.
Dennlston avenue, from Fifth avenue to
Shakespeare street; 20 and 24-Inch pipe.
Stanton avenue, Viola alley and private prop
erty of Henry Janson and Mellon Bros., from
the west sie'e of Hiland avenue to Negley run;
18, 20 and 24-inch pipe.
Mignonette street, from Negley avenna to
Beatty street ; 15 and 18 inch pipe.
Penn avenue and Braddock avenue, from
Lindon avenue to Susquehanna street; 15, 13,
Harvard street, from Negley avenue to '
Euclid avenue; 5-incb pipe.
Also extension of stone wall, at Soho street
and Center avenue.
Plans and specifications can ho seen and
blanks for bidding can be obtalneu at this'
Proposals must be accompanied by a bond
probated before the Mayor or City Cleric
The Denartment of Awards reserves tha
right to reject any or all bid.
E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of the Department of Public Works.
JG.600 each, moderate cash payment, balanca
S500 per annum, elegant new two-story and
mansard brick dwellings. 8 rooms, hall, bath,
laundry, slate mantels, art fire places, tile
hearths, sliding doors, wired lor electric lljht,
fine chandeliers, both gases, plate glass win
flows, etc.; Oakland Square, five minutes from
Fifth avenue cable line and directly on line ot
uew cable loop which is to be constructed this
summer; a beautiful park (on which are sev
eral hundred beautiful shade trees), tbe whole
surrounded by streets and sidewalks, sewered
and paved with asphaltum;on each side of and
facing tho park are the above described dwell
ings; most desirable houses yet offered; en
hancement of values sura SAMUEL W.
BLACKJ4 CO, 99 Fourth aYe. rayll-3D
J a TWTMAN,
. OF LEXINGTON, KT.,
Has a lot of nicely broken
SADDLE AND BLA-RNESS HORSES
For a!e at the Allegheny
EXPOSITION DRrVTNG PARK,
And will take much pleasure in showing tha
same to ladles and gentlemea, I will remala
only a few days longer. myla-4
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