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sawas X f.r 1 THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, 'STJ1TDAY, JUNE 23,' 1889. t 11 JHE MUSIC WOKLD. lamrnratipn of the Butler Street M. E. Church Organ By WONDEBFOL BLIND ORGANIST. Magnificent Instrument Full of Sweet, Melodious Tones. OSSIP ABOUT ODE LOCAL MUSICIANS The new organ erected for the Butler treet H. E. Church by the Granville "Wood ; Son Pipe Organ Company, of North ville, lien., was inaugurated last Friday even ig in the presence of an amiable audience lat comfortably filled the prettily remod led auditorium. The programme was as illows: Torchlieht March Meyerbeer ' -lorcn"EU Mr. i)avld 11. Wood, The eminent organist of St. Stephen's P. E. iue Church. Philadelphia. Pa. ontiauel'ourNoel D'Adams " w" Mr. li. B. Brockett ately returned front European Conservatories. " Andante from Symphony J o. 3 Mozart Mr. Daiid 1. Wood. , usercnau BoEslni jlrs. W. B. Wolfe and Mr. IL B. Brockett. Extemporization Better Mr. Carl Better, Urector May Festival Chorus; organist at Syna gogue, Eighth street, cltv, and CalTary 1'. E. Church, Last End, city. . My Redeemer and My Lord Dudley Buck jurs. v. i$. woue. Pupil of Madam Holla. . Minuet and Chorus Handel Mr. D. D.Wood. t, Barcarola Gounod Mrs. V. B. Wolfe and Mr. H. B. Brockett. 5 a. Serenade Beethoven in. Overture. Semlraiulde Rossini Mr. David D. ood. Win. B. SI. Comsey Accompanist. Organist or First English Lutheran Church. It was entirely unnecessary and in bad aste to put descriptive tags to the names of hese well-known local singers and players. 5uch stuff is bad enough on PatGilmore's lrocramme; it is worse in the present in tarice aside from the fact that these tags je not in all points exactly correct Interest centered, of course, upon Mr. .Vood's playing. He labored under diffi ulties: there had been but the least opport unity lor acquainting himself with the rgan, which the workmen left (not entirely ompleted) at":30P. M, Moreover, Mr. "Wood .ame to Pittsburg to visit his brother, Mr. Tohn A. Wood, for the express purpose of re u Derating from a condition of ill health, and xmld not be expected to be in his best form. ..ike Mr E. B. Perry, the exquisite piano )layer and lecturer. Mr. "Wood neither isks nor needs any odds at the critics' lands on account of his being totally sight ess. But it is proper to state that fact in jrder to fully appreciate the marvelous nastery acquired over a strange instrument mder such circumstances. These elements made Mr. "Wood's playing imply amazing as a feat of skill. Entirely lpartfrom and above such considerations, lowever, was the truly artistic quality ot ill that he did, making his interpretations lelightful solely upon their merits as such. His programme, to be sure, was very light, grinding not one genuine organ composi ion; but the selection was not inappropriate to the occasion and the audience, however, much some few may have wished to hear Mr. "Wood in works ofa representative char icter. But whatever he did, it was done like i true artist in pure organistic style. Technically, the pedal runs in the Handel chorus, the pedal figure in the extempore variations as "America" (as an encore piece), and the particularly skillful regis tration of the Beethoven Serenade and the Mozart Andante deserve to be singled out among many other points. Clear, musi cianly phrasing, true feeling and conserva tive, but original conception, gave high artistic value to all ol Mr. "Wood's num bers. Mr. Brockett's only solo number was placed too high on the programme lor the belated writer to hear it It found favor with the audience, winning a hearty encore. In place of the Kossini duet was sung one by Donizetti, "Say Oner Again, I Love Thee." In this and in the charming bar carolle by Gonnod, Mr. Brockett's admir able taste and high degree of vocal finish were made perfectly evident They scarcely gave fair opportunity to judge of the result of foreign training upon the popular tenor's voice. Mrs. "Wolf, whom till will remember better as Miss Emma Bingler, upheld her part in the duets very well, in view of slight rehearsal. She also sang pleasingly, if not very stro lgly, Handel's "I Know That My Kedeemer Li veth," which was in terpolated into Mr. "Wood's last number, he playing the accompaniment But it was in Buck's lovely, though somewhat rambling, sacred song, that Mrs. Wolfe did her best work, showing a vocal purity and an emo tional warmth and sympathy that she has rarely excelled. Mr. Better was hampered, as was Mr. Wood, hy lack of familiarity with the in strument a drawback particularly disas trous to an improvisation which ordinarily has as its sole apology for being intruded upon the public the full display of the vari ous stops and effects of the organ. Lacking this apology, the improvisation were better omitted. In the accompaniments, Mr. Bet ter (Mr. McComsey did not appear) made many good points, but at times used too much organ reeds especially and a too continuous 16-ft pedal bass. ' The specifications of the organ thus inau gurated are as follows: TWO MANUALS AND PEDALS. Compass Manuals, C C to A3, 58 Notes, Compass of Pedal. C C C to D 27 Stps.PItch. 1 16 lent 2 8 " S 8 4 8 " 5 8 " 6 4 " 7 " 8 ZH" Great Manual. Double Open Dla... Metal, 5S pipes Open Diapason... . Viola Dl Gamba.... ' Uulciana Melodia Wood, ' Octave Metal. FIuteTraverse Wood, Twelfth " Mfteenth 3 Rank. Mixture. 174 pipes 8 feet Trumpet ' SS swell manual. 12 33 14; 15 18 17 18 19 20 31 16 feet S ' 8 8 " 4 4 " Licbllch Gadackt...Wood, 45 pipes Open Diapason Metal. 53 " Sallclonal 53 " Stopped Diapason. .Wood, 53 " xiute u'Amour juetai, 58 Fugara ' 58 2 Flautlna 53 ' 2 Rank. Dolce Cornet " 174 8 feet Cornopean 53 8 ' Oboe and bassoon.. " 58 PEDALE. 16feet. OpenDiapason Wood, 27 16 " Bourdon " 27 MECHANICAL. Swell to Great Coupler, Ureat to Pedal " bwell to Pedal " mower's blgnaJ, Tremolo, 22 23 25 28 27 2J 23 ino. indicators ror organist and Blower. PEDAL MOVEMENTS. 1 Forte. Great Manual, 2 Piano, (double acting), S Forte, Swell Manual, 4 Piano, ( 5 Reversible, to operate So. 28, Balanced Swell Pedal, Wlndtobesupplled by the "Little Giant" Hydraulic Motor. The makers had not had time up to Fri day evening to complete the work. The Gt mixture was not in shape to be coupled up, and the reeds and mutation stops needed a more thorough tuning and smoothing np than they had received. It is to be hoped that this process will tone down the "high flvers" a bit, for the general effect of the lull organ (even without the mixture) is too shrill and flaring. Both of the diapasons and the melodia on the Great organ need to be of larger scale or put on greater wind pressure to give that solid foundation tone which, in a church organ, is particularly desirable,'' Per contra, the flute tones are pure and sweet, the viola di samba and other strings exceptionally clear and smooth, and the oboe one of unusual richness and evenness. The action is exceedingly easy and even, and all the mechanical parts seem to be of the best Crotchets nnd Quavers. Carl ftosA left about $80,000. "Who Bays opera In the vernacular cannot be made to pay! Mres Elizabeth Norcross has been en- gaged as soprano of the Wilkinsburg Presby jterian Church. After a long Interval of silence Carl Mil loecker is ready with a new operetta, entitled to be produced in VI- A musical entertainment for the benefit of the new Southside hospital was given last even inc in Salisbury Hall, enlisting the services of Mrs. W. B. Wolfe. Miss Jennie Evans, Dr. W. T. English and others. GeraldineUlmer. who has been singing during the last two years in London, has been engaged as prima donna for next season by Colonel John A. McCaulL Messes. Hill, of London, have just built the largest organ in the world for the Town HallatSydnsv, New South "Wales. The cost has been lO0O, and there are 150 stops, as against 110 in the Albert Hall. Victor Herbert is to be associate conduc tor with Carl Zerrahn in the Worcester Festi val next September, and will also be 'cello solo ist In the concerts of that scheme, figuring there in much the same way as he so success fully did in our festival. Mb. Frank Vetta and Miss Lizzie Mac NicolL both popular members of the American Opera Company, were married Tbursdaynight, Jmie 6. at the residence of the "bride's parents. Washington, D. C by the Rev. T. C. Weede. of Baltimore. The bridal couple left immedi ately for Boston, where the honeymoon will be enjoyed. The Philharmonic Society has abont de cided to go back to Somerset county for its annual fortnight's encampment for practice and sport July 16 is the date of departure. Rehearsals galore every day and a big concert, with some Pittsburg singers to fill out with, are the musical elements of Conductor T. F. Kirk's, plan. It is not every brass band that has the good taste to take to the woods for practice not voluntarily, at least. An interesting debut was recently made at the Opera House at Elherf eld by an artist who appeared under the nom de theatre of Marie Lmdes. This yonng lady, who sang the part of Elizabeth in "Tannbauser," is reaUy Miss Marie Joachim, daughter of Dr. Joachim. She has been taught by her mother, herself a distin guished vocalist, and her success is said to have been so rreat that she was forthwith engaged for a certain period at Elberfeld and Barmen. Courier. The Bayreuth Music Festival begins July 21. ending August 18. The "Meistersinger" will be given five times, on "Wednesdays, Jnly It. 31 and August 7 and 14; also, on Saturday, August 17. On all other Saturdays, however, the theater will remain closed. "Parsifal" will be gn en on Thursdays and Sundays, altogether nine performances, the dates of which are: Julv21,25and2S and August L, 3, 8, 11, 15 and IS: "Tristan und Isolde" on Monday, Jnly 22 and 29 and August 5 and 12. The cast includes as uual a fine representation of the world's best Wagnerian singers and conductors, who gladly give up their vacations to assist at the temple ot art, which is becoming more and more the midsummer Mecca of the musical pilgrim. Mr. John T. Horner, who for two or three seasons has been doing yeoman service in Pittsburg's amateur orchestras, has arranged an exceptionally interesting concert to be given next Friday evening in Connellsville, his former dwelling place. He will take there and per sonally conduct an orchestra of 25 men, most ly chosen from the Mozart Club's instrumental ranks. They will play Schubert's "Rosa munde" overture, a 'Faust" selection, one of Moskowski's Spanish Dances, Meyerbeer's "Coronation March," Eilenberg's "Mill in the Forest," and other lighter pieces. Miss Jennie Evans, soprano. Mr. Frank W.Bearl, baritone. and Air. Jonn uernert, vionn,are to ue me so loists. The concert promises to be quite the musical and society event of the season at Con nellsville: at least the running of special trains for it by the railroads would seem to point that way. Commenting upon the concert given at the Park Opera House, Erie, Pa,, last Tues day by Mrs. S. Fean, tne Erie Evening Mail says of one of Pittsburg's sopranos: "Miss Rosa "Weber, of Pittsburg, made her first ap pearance before an Erie audience. She pre sented a handsome stago presence. Miss Weber sang "O, Salutaris." and before the solo was half finished the audience had to be re strained from breaking out into an outburst of applause. Miss Weber sang with grace and ease, and as the sweet, soft notes floated through the air they found a welcome abiding place in the ears of the audience. Miss Weber made a very favorable impression, and the applause which followed won her way into tne hearts of Erie's music lovers. She was presented with a handsome bouauet In the grand chorus 'Stabat Mater' Miss Weber sang the solo parts. It was a grand effort, and the audience rose in a body and applaudrd." It is very evident that Miss Weber pleased the Erie folk hugely and no wonder. But isn't it a pitv that a deserving artist's best efforts should evoke such a published effusion as the above! DELATED BY THE FLOOD. A Car Load of Straw Hats and Summer Fnrnlahins. Owing to a three weeks' delay of this cargo of summer goods, we win oner the entire line of straw hats and summer furnishings at;50c on the dollar. Come and see the slashing reductions in clothing. To secure bargains, come early. A few more of the Sachet laundry accounts to be given free with the sale of $2 worth or more in the furnishing department Our hot weather department stocked with everything in the market Serges, alpacas, seersuckers, domets or flannels, from 39c up. Come aud see our line of fine summer clothiug before going elsewhere. Jacksons"; Clothiers, Tailors, Hatters and Furnishers, 954 and 956 Liberty street Star Corner. LnPerln del Fnmar, These celebrated clear Havana Key "West Cigars are for sale at: Hotel Duquesne. Hotel Anderson. St Charles Hotel, Albemarle Hotel. "Union Depot Restaurant. John Lauler, 3799 Fifth ave. Peter A. Ganster, 35 and 37 Frankstown ave. John F. Ganster, 27 Frankstown ave. Peter "Weber, 76 "Wylie ave. John C. Strourj, 25 Union st E. W. Hagan," 609 Smithfield st Neville Bayley, 405 Smithfieia st . J. K. Derr, 400 Market Bt P. C. Dufly. 540 Grant st E. F. Kusch, 3716 Forbes st. Linhart, Bald & Co., 411 Smithfield st. Charles Eble, 6009 Penn ave. G. "W. Schmidt, 95 and 97 Fifth ave. Pure lire Whisky. XXX 1852, Private Stock $200 XXX 1870, Choice Old Cabinet 1 50 Choice Old Gibson 200 1879 Gibson 150 Guckenheimer Sublime 175 Guckenheimer Pure Kye 1 00 Large's Old Eye 150 Superior T, Overholt 125 XXXX Old Monongahela 100 Full quarts, case or gallon. AVm. J. Feidat, 633 Smithfield street. "WTSU "White Onyx Buttons and Stnda Are the richest and most appropriate jewel ry made for lull dress for gentlemen. E. P. Eoberts & Sons, corner Fifth avenue and Market street, have an elegantassortmentof white onyx in cuff buttons, links, studs and collar buttons, in plain or set with dia monds. FSU Think Twice. Purchasers of our special family tickets for photographs are advised against selling them to a Pittsburg photographer, who is paying 1U cents lor eacn ticket with the understanding that you get your work done by him. He will not and cannot fill the re quirements of our tickets. Hendeicks & Co., 68 Federal street Guns never so cheap as now. Send or call tor illustrated catalogue of guns, revol vers, sportine goods, etc. J. H. Johnston, 706 Smithfield st Tbo Best Is the Cheapest. Just received, a carload oi Milwaukee ex port beer, in pint and quart bottles. Allow ance tor empties returned. W. H. Holmes & Son, Nos. 158 First ave., 120 Water st. The best material and artesian well water makes a healthful and- palatable beverage. Sold in bottles and kegs. Send them a trial order. Telephone 1018. ihssu Still Farther Bednctlons. "We are selling our fine mnslin underwear at prices far below those asked for inferior goods. Oar muslin underwear is known for its excellent finish. v F. Schoenthal, 612 Penn avenue. F. & Y7 Iron City Beer Is the bestin the market Pare, wholesome and nutritious. ttssu "DerArme Jonathan," enna. BOIS, G00D1HD BAD. A Synopsis of the Qualities Possessed by ToHng America. THE VERY PUGNACIOUS YOUTH, And the Boy Whose Heart Palpitates at the Sight ofa Girl. THE MISCHIEVOUS LAD LEADS THEM ALL rWRITTEN TOR TIH DISPATCH.! I love boys in the abstract They aTe the most sincere, honest, genuine, open hearted, enthusiastic, whole-souled creatures the snn shines upon. Nine-tenths oi them are freckled, and I have noticed that a freckled face is almost invariably the title page of a sweet, wholesome heart As a general thing, you can count on a boy's being just what he pretends to be. Occasionally one of them will deceive you, but he always regrets it and tries to make it up afterward. Deception isn't a professional affair with the boy, as it is with the man. The boy's insincerity is always amateurish and trips in its lines. If you have ever noticed the diffident and deprecatory way in which a boy tells a lie, you will realize how much he has got to learn before he will ever make a first-class editor or lawyer. But there are boys and boys. Their con stitutions and personalties differ like peb bles. Any schoolroom will afford you as many as five or six" different types of unde veloped manhood, and perhaps the play ground will present even more. To begin with, there is the rather large, square-faced boy of pugnacious disposition. His freckled nose has an upward tilt, and his hair is always totally unmanageable and generally afflicted with a "cowlick." He is the bully of the school, and would not exchange the distinction for a life-pass reward of merit. As a scholar he fails to sustain the pre eminence which is accorded him among his fellows on the playground. a prominent individual. But if he stands at the foot of his class in the schoolroom, he is always at the ex treme, of honor when the ''whip" is "snapped;" and he takes a fiendish delight, at .recess time, in bending the back and twisting the nose of the small, pale, intelli gent boy who enjoys a monopoly of the honors in mental arithmetic and geography. The pugnacious boy has a warm, chiv alrous heart in his bosom, and if he catches any of his vassals in the performance ofa mean act, especially an act of discourtesy to a girl, he lays aside all other engage ments and proceeds to chastise the offender according to the enormity of the offense. His heart is always moved within him at the sight of undeserved suffering, and he thinks nothing of often carrying a little crippled schoolfellow home on his back.' On the whole, the pugnacious boy is a right good fellow, and I am inclined to think that the faculty oi using the fists well in youth is not so great a sin as the Sunday school books used to make it out At any rate the list of our D.D.s and leading phi lanthropists is largely made up of men who were sandy-haired Sullivans and red-handed children of Belial in their youth. They smote their fellows' hip and thigh and spared not But somehow they seem grad ually to have grown tired of this sort of thing. There is nothing that promotes piety like early acquaintance with the world. Then there is the boy who is afraid of the girls. He is generally small and timid. But he has a heart that is deeper than an artesian well, and a power ot sentiment so intense that it chokes itself. Nobody can ever real ize what this boy suffers from unexpressed and unrequited love. He is in heaven or hot water all the time. He looks upon girls as angels, to whom it would be blasphe mously presumptuons in him to speak, and yet if one of the adored ones chances to look upon him kindly, he goes about in a blind rapture for days and days. x. ANbTEEE KIND. He is seldom a good scholar, because his" occult love affairs so engross his mind and soul that all practical life, all literature, letters and science, knowledge of affairs, seem in comparison like profanations and impertinences. Like Tasso, he is minded to exclaim: ""What learn we not within the school of love?" Life is a mockery, a tan talous dream to the boy who is afraid of the girls. He is forever spinning around the periphery of a paradise which he cannot enter. Again and again he resolves to taste the unspeakable delights of feminine society, as other boys do, but long ere the endeavor is made his courage fails him, and lie sinks back into the attitude of a solitary and re mote worshiper. He would rather face a battery of guns than the roguish eyes of a pretty girl. Poor fellowl he is cursed with an unutterable longing combined with an inexorable proscription. The picture is too sad to look upon. Let us pass to the next The next fellow is the intellectual boy, whom we have already alluded to. He cares for neither feminine society nor the rude pleasures of the playground. H is soul is wrapped up in mathematics, grammar, physics and the elusive art ot orthog raphy. To be solemnly virtuous and to obtain the highest mark this is for him the ideal life. He is not a favorite with his fellows, but basks contentedly in the annro- bation of his teacher and his own con science. His little pale face and short legs, always at the head of the class, remind one of a grace-note before a psalm, but let who ever win get above mm. AN ILLTJSTBATION. There he stands, like a modern David, defying the giant Goliath. Boys may come and girls may go, but he stands there for ever." Outof school he suffers all manner of indignities, even to being pushed, books and all, into the midst of a bevy of girls, and there being slapped for his im pertinence. But all theje things move him not He goes and tells the'teacher, and patiently and meekly awaits the result We have no fault to find with the old fashioned schoolma'm, except her fondness for the intellectual boy. But we must not close without mention ing the mischievous boy. He is the true boy, the type of the genius. Bless his twinkling eye and hamely face ! There is more benevolence and charity and cheerful good will in one of his bent pins than in all the dust-covered homilies that were ever written, Everything that he does seems to spring out of a perennial sprightliness of heart, so that his very mischief is lovable. He chews and projects paper wads with the same spirit which animates the essays of Elia. His warm heart simply boils over in mischief. He can no more keep still tban the tentacles of a jelly-fish. Boy of boys, misunderstood as thou art, the world shall yet be sweeter for the spirit that is in thee I Paul Pastn oe. Pnre Kye Whisky. XXX 1852, Private Stock $2 00 XXX 1870, Choice Old Cabinet 1 50 Choice Old Gibson 2 00 1879 Gibson 1 60 Guckenheimer Sublime 1 75 Guckenheimer Pure Kye 1 00 Large's OldEye 1 50 Superior , Overholt 125 XXXX Old Monongahela 1 00 Full quarts, case or gallon. Wm. J. Feidat, 633 Smithfield Street "WFSU Think Twice. Purchasers of oar special family tickets for photographs are advised against selling them to a Pittsburg photographer, who is paying 10 cents for eaoh ticket with the understanding that you get your work done by him. He will not and cannot fill the re quirements of our tickets. Hendeicks & Co., 68 Federal street ASK. or The Alberts cigar, 3 for 25c, or 56 60 per 100. Wii. J. Feidat, "rTISU 633 Smithneld st AT THE UEBULINE CONTENT. Interesting Frogrammo for the Annual Ke- ceptlan There This Week. Invitations are out for the three annual events at the TJrsuline Convent and the handsome building is being placed in readi ness for this week's reception of that por tion of the public favored, with the cards issued last week. The annual art reception will commence to-morrow morning, and it will be followed to-morrow evening by the elocutionary contest. The annual com mencement will be heldv at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, closing the scholas tic year of the academy auxiliary to the convent The art reception will be held in the large parlor ot the convent, and some very handsome art work by the pupils of the academy will be displayed. Several silken scarfs, an elegant piano cover and a hand painted fire screen are features ot the list of exhibits. The elocutionary contest for gold and silver medals will be interesting owing to the number of the contestants and the diversity cf their selections. There are 22 young ladies divided between the senior and junior classes. There will be no graduates this year, but the 56 pupils will participate in the very interesting exercises. There will be a great deal of music upon the programme, consist ing of vocal solos, choruses and instru mental selections. "The Lost Chord" will be recited by a number of pupils with a musical accompaniment. The exercises will be held in the convent hall, and the stage will be handsomely decorated. TO USE TRANSCONTINENTAL BATES. The Pittsburg Railroad Not Afraid of Violatlnc tbo Inter-State Law. The railroads running west of this city have agreed to adopt the transcontinental rates issued by the Western roads. The change will be of great advantage to Pitts burg shippers. After the inter-State law went into effect, the Pittsburg roads refused to recognize the rates, claiming that it was a violation of the law. When receiving Western freight they would issue bills ot lading only to Chicago or East St Louis, instead of receipting through to the point of destination. In order to avoid trouble the shipper would have to send his receipt to one of the Western road representatives, and have the latter take it up, giving a through bill of lading. This caused considerable incon venience to large shippers, who asked that the change be made. The initial lines here will put the rates into effect before Monday or Tuesday. Be Hnd n Close Call. A Citizens' Traction car, while passing along Liberty street yesterday morning, struck and knocked down John Deebe, a Liberty street commission merchant, who was crossing the track with a heavy burden. Mr. Deebe was dragged 50 feet, and serious ly, but not dangerously, injured. He claims that the bell on the car was not sonnded as a cautionary signal. DELAYED BY THE FLOOD. A Car Load of Straw HntanndSummcr Fur nishings. Owing to a three weeks' delay of this cargo of summer goods, we will offer the entire line of straw hats and summer furnishings at 50c on the dollar. Come and see the slashing reductions in clothing. To secure bargains, come early. A few more of the Sachet laundry accounts to be given free with the sale of 2 worth or more in the furnishing department. Our hot weather department stocked with everything in the market. Serges, alpacas, seersuckers, domets or flannels, from 39c up. Come and see our line of fine summer clothing before going elsewhere. Jacksons, Clothiers, Tailors, Hatters and Furnishers, 954 and 956 Liberty street Star Corner. Refrigerators and Ice Cheats. Now is the time to buy your refrigerator or ice chest The weather is warm, and we have three warm months ahead of us yet A refrigerator and the-use of ice, once re garded as a luxury, have become a necessi ty. Demmler Brothers, 526 and 528 Smith field street, have a large line of the cele brated Alaska, Iceberg, Labrador and stone lined refrigerators in stock. Beautiful sideboard refrigerators and a large line of ice chests, water coolers, fitters, ice cream freezers, fly fans and an endless variety of useful housefurnishing goods. Agents for the wonderful Pasteur filters, the best in the world. No city water nsed in the manufacture of beer at Baeuerlein Brewing Co. 'a estab lishment at Bennett, Pa. RANKER 'JKjING pOWPER i nLyvAY5 THE BE5T STRAWBERRY SHORT CAKE. Take one pound of flour; mix well through it one and a half measures "Banner" Bait ing Powder, and two teaspoonfuls of salt; then rub in one-half pound shortening; add with a spoon one-halt pint sweet milk, bake in jelly cake pans; when cold, and just be fore eating, place in layers, covering each one with strawberries which have previ ously been sugared. There is no baking powder comparable to theold reliable "Banner Baking Powder," which has been used in many of our very best families for nearly,a quarter of a cen tury. Amateur bakers and even quite small children bate delightful cakes with-it Or der a pound can with the Banner Kecipe Book from your grocer. Now is the season to keep on hand a supply of HOUSE "SCOUBENE" to do all CLEANING your spring cleaning. WITH There is no known -article SCOUKENE for 5 cents that will so help through house cleaning and do it as well. MEETINGij. VTOTICE-A MEETING OF THE TRAV JLt ELING salesmen is requested for SAT URDAY, June 29, at Wholesale Grocers' rooms, 3 P. it. sharp, corner of Sixth and Liberty sts, LON F. DALLMEYER, Je239 Secretary of J. M. Littlo Fund. VTOTICE A SPECIAL MEETING OF Xt Stone Masons International Union, No. 9, of Pittsburg, will be heldon THURSDAY. June 27, 1889, at No. 121 Jladison avenue, Allegheny City, Pa. By order of je23-98 COMMITTEE. NOTICE-THE MEMBERS OF COURT Good Intent No. 687s1, of A. 0. F., are re spectfully requested to attend the funeral of our late brother, George Robinson, aged 42 years, at 240 Main street Allegheny City, on SUNDAY, 23d Inst Members of Sister Courts are respectfully invited to attend the same. HENRY MARLAND, Secretary. JOHN MELLOR, Chief Ranger. Je2342 BUSINESS CHANGES. -VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A 1 R. Winternitz is no longer in my employ, and I caution hotels and the trade not to trust him on my account G. KANN, Nos. 204 and 206 Wood st Pittsburg, Pa., June 17, 1889. je23-50 F6Cft lo" a g" ) 1 fwk H H W rt Et.O ?. .Ir 3$ J &d$y &J . , H3-Display advertisements one dollar per ff tare or one insertion. Classified advertise ments on this page such as Wanted, tor Bale, To Let, etc., ten cents per line or each inser tion, and none taken or less than fifty cents. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BRANCH OFFICES. For the accommodation of the publio, Branch Offices have been established at the following places, where Want, For Sale, To Let, and other transient ad vertisements 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 Tax Dls rATcn. PITTSBURG. THOMAS McCAITBiSV, 359 Butler street EMIL G. HTUCKEY, 24th street and l'enn ave. E. G.STUCKEYACO.,Wyueave. andFultonst N. STOKELY, J'lfth Avenue Market House. EAST EXD. J. TV. "WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue. OAKLAND. MCALLISTEK & SHEIBLEK, 6th av. & Atwaod St. sotrrnsiDE. JACOB SPOHN. No. 2 Carson street CHAS. SCUWAEil, 1707 Carson street ALLEGHENY. A. J. KAERCHEK, 59 Federal street H. J. McBRIUE. Federal and Ohio streets. FEED H. EGGEES. 172 Ohio street. F. H. EGGEKS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts. J. F. STEVENSON, AVcIi and Jackson streets. THOMAS McHENUY. Western and Irwlnaves. G. TV. HUGHES, Pennsvlvanla and Beaver aves. PERRY M. OLE1M. Rebecca and AIIejthcn7 ayes. WANTED. Ulnlo Hole TXTANTED-fiO LABORERS TO WOBK ON m w yiie ave. caoie road. Apply ave. ana Robert St. BOOTH & FLINN cor. Wylie Je23-43 WANTED-TWO FIRST-CLASS PATTERN makers: non-union men preferred. Ad dress PATTERN MAKER, Dispatch office. Je22-52 WANTED-SOME LIVE AGENTS TO SELL our new installment goods: good pay weekly: only those with good reference need ap ply. UNION CREDIT CO., 103 Fourth ave. Je21-4S WANTED-YOUNG MAN IV SHIP GOODS and who Is willing to learn the cutting of plush covers; steady wort for an Intelligent voutu: reference required. Apply at H. HOLTZMAN ft SONS, HI Market st. Je23-70 "TTTANTED-tOB THE UNITED STATES TV army, able-bodied, unmarried men between tne ages of 21 and 35 years; good pay, rations, clothing and medical attendance. Apply at No. 915 PENN AVENUE. Pittsburg, Pa. 5-6-wsu WANTED-A COMPETENT T1NNEE OF articles of wrought and malleable iron to ?:o to Philadelphia: one who has had experience n tinning saddlery hardware preferred. Ad dress, with reference, TINNER, P. O. Bo: 15.12, Philadelphia. 1C23-2J WANTED-A CLOTHING SALESMAN must have first-class city experience; steady work and good wages to the right party; must be a single man. Apply at once. BACH MAN'S MODEL ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE, Braddock, Pa. Je23-22 WANTED-BAD WK1TERS AT SMART'S COLLEGE, 4 Sixth street Pittsburg. Pen manship, bookkeeping, eclectic shorthand, type- '..ti, MiLuuicLic, etc., luuruugmy uiugni ior toper month: Instruction private for both sexes; open through summer, day and evening. jel2-97-TT8SU WANTED-MEN TO ATTEND NEW YORK Cutting School; Urllng's actual measure ment taught in all Its branches; the only true system fitting any and all shapes: no trying on: Instructions, 10 A. M. to 4 P. M.; evening. 7 to 9 r. .; call or write for circular. 514 WOOD ST., Pittsburg, Pa. je23 Female Help. WANTED-G1RL FOB GENERAL HOUSE- WOBK. Apply 320 PENN AVE. Jc23-65 . WANTED-A GIRL TO COOK, WASH AND lion. ApplyatNO. 18 LOCUST STBEET. Allegheny. le23- TUTANTED-A GIBL TO DO GENERAL V V housework in a family of two: good recom mendation, Apply at 50 SE 1CMAN AVE., Alle- gheny. Je23-34 WANTED-A COOK AT KEATING HOUSE; one must come well recommended: good wages foreman or woman. PERRSYV1LLE PLANK KO AD. Je23-4T WANTED-A PRACTICAL HOTEL COOK; must be a woman not over mlddleage;a woman who can give satisfaction can have a steady situation at good wages. Address D. MA GAW, New Brighton, Pa. Jel9-97 DIalo and Vemale Hels. WANTED-A MAN AND WIFE TO TAKE charge of a large boarding house, near city; sieaay position to rigut persons. Address li. 11. tl., uu . J., Dispatch office. J 623-24 WANTED AGEN TS, MEN OR WOMEN, TO sell Missouri Steam Washer to families: ar guments in its favor numerous and convincing: sales made without difficulty; profits large; sent on two weeks' trial, to be returned at my expense if not satisfactory; write ror illustrated circular and terms. J. TTORTH, 54 Beekman. N. Y. no25-wS0-su WANTED-YOUNG LADYOBGENTLEMAN thathas a musical education, with capital, to Join me In my new and beautiful drama, which I have had prepared forthe road this comlngseason. The drama Is secured with a copyright, and is one that will be crowned with success. Address DRA MATIC, Dispatch office. je23-93 Situations. -TT7-ANTED-SITUATI0N A8 A NO. 1 BREAD, VV cake and pastrr baker; best of reference; either In city or country. Addresi BAKER, Dis patch office. e23-103 WAN1ED-POS1TION AS SALESMAN IN A clothing house: can furnish best of refer ence. Address, JACOB LAZABUS, 202 Ferry St., 1'lttBburg. Je22-94 WANTED-BYAYOUNG LADY(GEBMAN), a position as attendant or companion for convalescent lady, city or countrv. Please ad dress Z. B., Dispatch office. . Je.S-U Partners. -TITANTED-PABTNEB WITH S5, 000 CAPITAL TV to Invest In a well-established, ptylng busl- ness; pays 40 to 50 per cent. Dispatch office. Auaress .takum K, J e23-92 Rooms. Bouses. Etc. WANTED-A LADY WISHES A WELL FUR NISHED room with a private family in Al- legheny; must be in first-class locality. Addrcss Je23-32 a xi., uiapaicu omce WANTED-TO BENT-FURNISHED HOUSE ofabout7 rooms.located within city limits and not more than lOminutes wait from some station on P. R. B. or B. & O.; price must be moderate. Address F. H., Dispatch office. Je22-9 Boarders nnd Lodgers. WANTED-BOARDKBS AT AVALON, ON Ft. Wayne B. R. Address L. B. G., Dis patch office. Je23-35 VTTANTED-TWO GENTLEMEN FOR A TV well-furnished room with board, 5 per week. No. 145 SECOND AVENUE, Je23-I10 TTTANTED-OCCUPANTS FOB TWO LARGE. VV finely furnished front rooms, with use of hath, in private family. Address PRIVATE FAMILY, Dispatch office. J623-72 -TTT" ANTED PEBSONS DESIRING ROOMS VV with board accommodations: unexception able location. 49 WASHINGTON STREET, Alle gheny, one-half square from East Park. Je23-100 WANTED-SUMMER BOARDERS AT FARM house, 10 miles from Pitts., near P. & L. E. E. E.; IS minutes drive from Thorn station; good water and milk; large bouse; spendid accommoda tions. Address E. N ., Coraoplls, Pa. Je23-41 Financial. WANTED - MORTGAGES, LARGE AND small. ED TVITT1SH, 410 Grant st., Pitts burg. Jel8-32 WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY AT 4K, 5 AND 6 per cent free of tax. TV. C. STEWART; 114 Fourth ave. Jaa-2-SU WANTED-MORTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN in sums to suit at i, 5 and 6 per cent ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167. apl9-14 TTTANTED-RENTS COLLECTED FEOMFT- VV LY; property managed with satisfaction. ALLES &, BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167. Ial9-31 delay. COYLE& CO., 131 Fourth ave. my2l-60 WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY ON MORT GAGES on Improved real estate In sums of $500 and upward at iH. 5 and 6 percent L. O. FKAZIEK, Forty-gflh and Butler sts. Je21-36-FSu WANTED-MORTG AGES-MONEY TO LOAN on city or Allegheny county property at 4. 5 and 6 percent at short notice and reasonable charges. J. R. COOPER & CO., W7 Fourth ave. Jea-53 WANTED-MORTGAGES-tl,0O0,000TOLOAN on city and suburban properties at 4M, Sand C per cent and on larms in Allegheny and adja cent counties at 6 per cent 1. 11. PENNOCK 4 bON, 1M Fourth avenue. ap7-f41 WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY-WE HAVE over one million dollars to loan on city and suburban property at 4 per cent; no tax: we will also loan money on Improved farms In Alle gheny, Beaver, Fayette. Washington and West moreland counties ; any marketable security taken for loans of any amount BLACK & BAIBD. 95 Fourth ave. Jc3-a9-Sn anscclluneous. WANTED-CORRESPONDENCE-BY B. B. AiCCONNAUGHY, Real Estate Broker, Johnstown, Pa., who respectfully solicits corres pondence from any person desiring to Invest in real estate or mortgages; best of references given. myl7-98su WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO TOfJRAPHER, 96 1'ifth'avenuc Pittsburg, and 43 Federal street. AiWhnv ...,.w Vi know that he Is making fine cabinets at II 50 per J dozen? nhntna 1jl1vofn. ii.. .. I.... ..!;.. 1 taneous proaass. ' "- WANTED. t Mlscennneoun. WANTE1J-LAD1ES IN NEED OF HELP TO apply to MRS-. ANDERSON'S EMPLOY MENT OFFICE, 1229 Penn ave. Je22-S3 -TfJANTED-YOU TO GET3J A UAKEE'S VV dozen (13) or Btewart & Co. 's fine cabinet photos for II, at 90 and 92 FEDEUAL ST.. Alle gheny niT2S-SO-TTsn WANTED-TO LET ROOM AN O POWER TO a small maniifacturlnp Co. ; location eligi ble; will sell preferred to buy. Address B. A. G Dispatch office.. Je23-49 -TfTANTED-TINNEBS lo KNOW THAT ON V and after July 1 the initiation fee In local Union No. 12 will be S3. Place of meeting. 212 SMITHFIELD ST. je23-91 WANTED-EVERY ONE TO GET THEIR Orange outfit for July of S.J. TOPPING. Merchant Tailor. 17 Anderson st, Allegheny, or Fifth are., Pittsburg. p Jerf-90 WANTED ALL TO BUY LABUMA. THE great International Medical blood prescrip tion, 1 per bottlp. C F. K1RKENDALL & CO., Agents, 11 smithfield street 1e23-83 WANTED-CUSTOMEKS FOB DIAMONDS, gold and silver watches, marble clocks, sil verware, etc., at ?1 per week upward, at 1T0 Fed eral St., Allegheny. J. MITSCH. JC15-JIWFSU TTrA?,TEDLADIES TO KNOW HAUGH VV Kccnan repair, reflnlsh or npbolster old furniture promptly and In the best possible man ner. 33 AND STWATEKST. 'Phone 1626. myO-82 WANTED-ALL TO KNOW THAT THE most handsome and complete drugstore In Western Pennsylvania has Just been opened by C. F. KUt KENDALL 4: CO,. 11 Smithfield street. Je23-83 FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE. Cltr Residences. T71I riOR SALE-MILLER ST. -S3. 250 -NEAT JP brick house. 6 rooms, ball, good cellar, tldo entrance; lotzuxiiar; e&ayierms. i & CO., 107 Fourth ave. B. COOPER jezz-53 FOR SALE-SI. OOD CASH WILL BUY THAT 3-story brick in Peach alley. No. 16 Is In good repair aud pays 10 per cent net. W. C. STEWART. 1M Fourteenth avenue. J e23-20-sn FOR SALE-ELEVENTH WARD. NEAR cable line, first-class Investment, 6 new two story brick houses, 5 rooms each: rent, Sl.152 per J ear; nice location; can be bought at a bargain. . B. COOPER i, CO., 107 Fourth ave. Je22-53 East End Residences. FOKSALE-S2.2S0-ON EASY PAYMENTS A new brick dwelling of S rooms located In good neighborhood. East Liberty; near cable cars. TV. C. &TEWART, U4 Fourth ave. Je23-20-su FOR SALE S3.500-NEW DWELLING ON Luna street, 'corner Ashley, near Park ave nue. East Liberty; contains 8 rooms, bath and all conveniences. TV. C. STEWAET. 114 Fourth ave. Je23-20-SU FOB SALE ,1,200-TERMS S500 CASH, BAL ANCE 100 the first year and $200 a year there after will buy a 4 room house with 2 acres of ground on Leamington avenue. W.C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. ap21-19-su FOB SALE-S6.250-NEWANDSUBSTANT1AL brick dwelling desirably located on Meyran ave., Oakland, which Is paved and seweredjCon tilnsS rooms, bath and all conveniences. W.C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. Je23-20-su FOB SALE-SOUTH HILAND AVE., E. E.. a rare opportunity; an elegant new brick house of S rooms; all conveniences; well worth f0,ouj; win sen iors,ow on terms to suit. it. r . 1 I'HOMAS & CO., 408 Grant st. Jel3-53 FOB SALE-S16.000-SUBSTANTTAL. NEW and attractive brick residence of 12rooms.wlth large lot; nothing better lor the money In the East End: is deslrablyloeated on one of the main avenues. TV. C. bTEWABT, 114 Fourth ave. ap21-19-su FOB 3ALE-2,700-GBOSS ST., TWENTIETH ward, three minutes' walk to station, new frame dwelling, 5 rooms, finished attic, hall, ves tibule, inside shutters, front and rear porches, well finished all through: lot 21x100 feet; tsrms easy. L. O. FBAZ1EB, Forthy-flfth and Butler sts. je2t-36-FSu FOB SALE J10.500-4 ACRES OF GROUND, with 6-room house, located In Shadyslde. In a neighborhood that will undoubtedly be strictly first-class; has a frontage on a 60-foot avenue of 430 feet and a frontage of 430 feet on a 51-foot street; Is within 10 minutes' walk of Fifth avenue cable cars. W. C. STEWAET, 114 Fourth ave. 1e9-4-su FOR SALE-NEW FRAME QUEEN ANNE dwelling, 6 rooms, 2 attic rooms, reception hall, bath. Inside w. c, hot and cold water, rear stairway, front and rear porches, slate mantels, laundry, slate roof, etc.; lot 37MxI33 feet to alley; convenient to Shadyslde station; price $6,000; easy terms: Immediate possession. L. O. 1BAZIER, Forty-fifth and Butler sts. Jell-de-rsn OB SALE-S10. 000-TERMS TO SUIT PUR CHASER: new Queen Anne brick residence, having large porches, vestibule: 4 rooms on first floor, 4 rooms and bath on second and 3 attlo rooms; well finished, nicely papered and lias fine gas fixtures; good stable on premises; large lot: located on a Daved avenue, in a well-Im- proved and deslrable neighborhood. W. c STEWART 114 Fourth ave. ap2l-19-Su FOR SALE-ONLY A FEW NOW REMAIN unsold of the very desirable eight-room dwell ings on Oakland square. The rapidity with which sales have been made show the estimation in which thev are held; durably built and handsome ly finished, supplied with every modern con venience; standing on large lots and facing a handsome park planted with beautiful shade trees, these dwellings nave the notable advantage of be ing but 15 to 20 minutes from the postofflce by the Pittsburg Traction road: a cable loop, ror which an ordinance Is now In Councils, will pass within 100 feet of the square; prices (0,500 and (6,750; terms, moderate cash payment and long time on balance. Apply to 8. TV. BLACK & CO.,99 Fourth aveuue. Je23-67 Hnzelwood Residences. FOR SALE-AT HAZELTYOOD STATION. B. O. R. R.: within three minutes' walk from station; 6-room bouse, with good lot and small house on rear end of lot; the front house has inside shutters and is well finished; to a quick buyer will sell for (2,200; this is a very cheap and desirable property and a nice home for anyone wanting a place out of the overcrowded partof the city. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue. Je23-44 Allegheny Residences. F OB SALE-IONA STATION, A. V. R. B.. new modern frame dwelllntr. 8 rooms. porches, front and rear stairway, well on rear porch, slate roof and convenient to station; lot 75x150 feet; price S2.700; very easy terms. L. O. FKAZIEB. Forty-fifth and Butler sts. jc2I-36-ysu FOR SALE -S,000-THAT ELEGANT NEW and substantial press brick dwelling (never occupied), containing 9 rooms, bath, stationary washstands, laundry, cement cellar and all im provements, located on Ackley St., bead ol Monterey st. W. C-STEWABT. U4 Fourth ave. ap21-l9-su OR SALE A GREAT BARGAIN-MUST BE sold soon: situate on a good ave. In Alle- heny: a well-built and neatly-finished brick wclilnrof 7 rooms, finished attic, bath, range, china closet marble mantels In every room, in side shutters, nat. andart.gas. stables, shrubbery and paed walks; lot 30x127. J. H. COOPER k CO., 107 Fourth ave. Je22-53 Suburban Residences. FOB SALE-AT COBAOPOL1S.P.& L.E.K.R. houses large and small; also large number of fins building lots on reasonable terms, LASHELL & RANEIN, 67 Fourth ave. Je23-21 FOHSALE-CL1FTON STATION, EMSWOBTH, Fort Wayne road, lot 50x143, new bouse, lour rooms, cellar, closet well, fence, etc.; price 11,700. payable $15 a month; possession October 1; must be reliable party to get this offer. A. LKG GATE & SON, 31 Federal st, Allegheny. Je23-115 FOE SALE-P1.000-SUBSTANTIAL BRICK residence, containing 12 rooms and all con veniences; lot 192x264; this property is desirably located in Wilkinsburg: faces two good avenues, and the ground alone if laid off in lots will sell for theraonev; owner refused several years ago 125, 000 cash. W. C bTEWABT, 114 Fourth ave. ap21-19-sn FOR SALE-LOTS. Allechcnv Lots. FOR SALE-FINE BUILDING LOT AT A bargain, on Avery st., Allegheny, near parks. TV. W. MCNEILL & BKO., 105 Fourth ave. Je20-I00 , FOR SALE-ALLEGHENY LOTS-ACKLEY st, between Bucna Vista and Monterey St., 4 lots 20x100 each to 20-foot alley; these are de sirable building lots. ALLES BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167. Je22-17 FOR SALE-SPLENDID .BUILDING LOTS IN Second ward, Allegheny, convenient to street cars, at lowest prices and easiest terms; buy now and hare a home of your own In desirable locality. W. TV. MCNEILL 4; BKO., 105 Fourth ave. Je20-1 Uazelwood Lots. TT'OR SALE-LOTS AT HAZELWOOD AND U Glenwood. near the station: only 15 minutes from new B. & O. station, Smithfield st.: graded streets, sidewalXVcity water, gas.: $C0 to $1,000: houses for sale, small payment down, balance In monthly payments if desired: railroad iare, monthlv tickets, bX cents per trip. GEORGE C. BURG WIN, 150 Fourth ave. Jel6-71-aiwrssu Suburban Lots. TT'OR SALE-SEVERAL PIECES OF LAND L' near the city, suitable ror subdivision into Dunning tots, ave. LASHELL & RANKIN, 67 Fourth jet-ii FOR SAIiE-AT IDLEWOOD-ONLY 7 MIN UTES' from station, 12 acres beautifully sit uated, and can be laid out In lots to good advan tage: cheap and payments easy. J, B.COOPEB Jb CO., 107 Fourth ave. Je253 miscellaneous. FOR SALK-EAST END LOTS FOR SALE BY CHAS. SCHWANi opposite East Liberty sta tion. $300 Lots 25x123, near Lincoln ave Look at these lots ifyou want to speculate. ffjO -Lot 33x110. Rosetta st, Nineteenth ward. fcco-Iot 80x110, Rosetta st, Nineteenth ward. i-SM-LotMilOO, Rosetta st. Nineteenth ward. feoo Lot 50x130, Brush tou ave., near station. fOOO Lot 50x130. 'cor. Brushton aud Bennett sts. (900 Lot 60x120, Lincoln ave., beyond the bridge. Ll50-Lot4lTl20, Shetland ave.. near Larimer. ,1.230-LotCOxllo, cor. Klneald and Wlneblddle aves.. Nineteenth ward, near cable line. tl,6u0 Lot 60x120, JJond st.. Nineteenth ward. 12,400 Lot 45x120, cor. Larimer ave. and May flower st, paved and sewered. 123 lots ror sale at a great bargain on Lincoln ave., Apple ave,. Hedge and Vineyard aves. ; sizes from 25 to 100 feet front and from 100 to ffljfeet In depth, at prices from I17X to 11,100: If yon want a bargain look at these lots. For terms and plans apply to CHAS. BCHWAN, ODostuSxtfcteertytiun, - FOB SALELOTS. Cltr Lota. T7KJB SALE-WASHINGTON" AVE. 13,000, lot 24x130: n&r- good .frame house 10 rooms ime nc J. K. ments easy. ave. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth je-oj FOKSALE-CITY LOTS-10LOT8 ON LIBEKTY ave., between Thirty-ninth and Fortieth sts., Pittsburg, Pa.: low and on long time. H. FORBES, Wheeling, TV. Va. Je22-33 Eaat End Lots. TmOKSALE-JTOPEK FOOT-SO OR 60 FEET BY A. loj, on pavea ave., z minutes irom jLasi jjio- erty station. CHARLES SCHWAN, opposite x-asi iiiuerty station, JCZO--J FOR SALE-S9.000-AN ELEGANT SITE, 110 x200 feel, located on one of the finest paved and sewered avenues in the East End: bound to be worth double this money. W. C. STEWART. 114 Fourth ave. Jc23-20-su FOR SALE-A. FEW OF THOSE CHEAP AND desirable residence sites left at Homewood. llils section Is building up rapidly, and atassofor aiw ii. inese are surely Dargains. MELLON BROTHERS. 6349 Station st, E.E. je21-83-FSU FORSALE-f70 PER FOOT-IF SOLD AT ONCE the finest lot on Negley ave.. cor. of Marga retta st., 111x170 feet:Margaretta supavedand sew. ered at present owner's expense; terms to suit. CHARLES SCHWAN, opposite East Liberty station. je23-27 FOB SALE NOW IS THETIME TO SECURE a choice building lot for a home; 60-foot streets: no city taxes; Bank of Commerce addi tion and Villa place plan. Krnsbion station. Se cure colored plan from JOHN F. BAXTER. Agt, 512Smlthfieldat. Je23-74-TTSSu FOB SALE-S30PEK FOOT-ONLY 2 MORE lots for sale In Clearvlew place, and sold un der building restrictions, street paved and sew ered; these arc the cheapest lots of the kind in the East End. CHARLES SCHWAN, opposite East Liberty station, 'i elephone 6195. Je23-27 FOR SALE-11 ACRES OF THE FINESTLAY 1N G land on Squirrel Hill, at $3,003 an acre: Is desirably and conveniently located, being right on the line of the new electric road; only 12 min utes from Fifth ave. cable cars, and within 25 minutes ride of postoflice. TV. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. jeJ3-20-Ba FOR SALE-IN NEIGHBORHOOD JUDGE Mellon's residence, Negley ave., now being paved, some 50 choice building sites. 42x60 ft. fronts, at from 51. COO to S2.5C0; these are partof the Orchard Homestead, and prices are so low that they arc bound to sell rapidly. MELLON BROTHERS, 6319 Station St., E. E. Jc21-S3-rsu FORSALE-ALOTWITH MORE IMPROVE MENTS, at less cost than is generally offered: cen trail yjocated, convenient to schools, churches and business houses: plenty of room for large house: this can be bought at very reasonable price and easy terms. MELLON BROS., E. E. or JOHN F. BAXTER, Agt., S12Smlthfleld St. e23-73-wsn FOR SALE-S7.500 THAT ELEGANT BUILD ING site, 116x173 feet (asawhole or will sell half). located on Rebecca st, Shadyslde, between Cenfr ave. ana Penn ave., facing Baum Grove, is well elevated, level, has eastern exposure, fine residence on either side and In a neighborhood that will undoubtedly be strictly first-class. W. C STEWART. 114 t ourth ave. myl2-65-Su FOR SALE-BCSINESS. Business Chnnces. TT'OR SALE-DRUG STORE: WILL INVEN ! TUK.1 si Liberty. TV 1,500; one of the best locations In East C. bTEWABT, 114 Fourth ave. Jel6-7-su T7 O B SAL E-GENERAL STORE IN CITY X1 established trade: will sell for Invoice, about 12.700: srood horse and wairon, Call on or address A. A. ALLES. 162 Fourth avenue. JeIB-9-ThSU TjIOR SALE-UPHOLSTERY AND CARPET J? cleaning works, In good town, handy to Pitts burg, doing large, paving business: only SGOO to quick buyer. SHEPABD & CO., 54 Filth ave. Jel9-22-WFSU FOR SALE-A DKYGOODS STORE, DOING a good business, In a suburban town: a special bargain; good reasons forselllng; capital required from tl.oco to (2,000. For particulars address It. T. MARTIN, Beaver Falls, Pa. Je22-6B FOR SALE-3 LICENSED HOTELS ON LINE of B. E., 40 miles from Pittsburg, doing good business; owners Interested in other business, and will sell cheap if sold at once. For particulars call on THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave.. Pitts burg. ' Jeil-57-Turssu F OR SALE-TO ANY ONE WISHING A GOOD stand for clears, nancrs. eonfcctlonerv. etc.. we offer that large building site at Ben Venue. 250 ft. along Penna. R. R. platform; part could he subdivided; will sell low. MELLON BROTHERS, 6340 Station St., . E. Je21-85-Tusu 1710B SALE-FINE, EXTENSIVE AND PROff 3 ITABLE bakery. Ice cream and confection ery business: nothing better and must be sold: also, grocery, drygoods. drug, cigar, china and notion stores; printing office, butcher shop, baker ies and other business chances. Free particulars. SHEPARD & CO., 54 Fifth ave. JelS Business Standi. go IOR SALE-S15, 000-41x81 FEETJ-WELL LO CATED, on Second ave. W. C STEWART. 114 Fourth ave. 1e23-20-sa F IOR SALE-W. C. STEWART. 114 OURTH ave, has a survey and run particulars of each piece of business propertv in JDcrtv in ri lttsburg. It will pay you to see him before buying. je-j3-a-su FOR SALE-SEVERAL PIECES OF PROP ERTY on Fourtn ave.: also a number of pieces on Penn ave., Smithfield st. and other good streets: will take pleasure In giving full par ticulars and showing stirrers to parties desiring to purchase. TV. l. DiiiiYaai, li-i xourui are. ap.u-iy.su TriOR SALE-A GREAT CHANCE FOR A TAN- JJ Nl buv a NERwltb small capital to make a fortune, to buy a tannery at half price, situated in West Bridgewater, Bev. to.. Pa.: capacity of 40 vats and pools; good engine and boUer; cost 85,000; will be sold for (2,500 on four years, divided up and no Interest: right at P. i. L. E. B. B. depot: plenty of hides and bark at one-half the price that Is sold In Pittsburg: to the tanner that will buy it the owner will furnish him with from (2, 000 to (3, 000 In hides and bark; tannery is 3 stories, and 9-room house attached and good stable: situated In popu lation of 75, 000, in 3 miles from tannery. For any Information inquire WM. L. KANN, 206 Wood st. A. MCDONALD. Beaver. Pa. je22-6 FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, dec F lOE SALE-FINE FEAZIER BOAD CARTS. U. Vt ST cu., 4ai liuquesnc way. jeii-4S 17I0R SALE-A GOOD. RELIABLE HORSE J cheap; for want of use, Apply 201 FRAN h Je23-26 LIN ST., Allegheny. Pa. TTiOR SALE- HANDSOME PAIR BAY CAR- BIAGE horses. B. H. BOGUS. North ave. and Monterey St., Allegheny. Je23-105 FOB SALE-A FINE LOT OF YOUNG PAE-BOTS-guaranteed to make talkers; price, 15 each: come soon to secure first choice. ES PICH'S, 640 Smithfield st Je23-wsu TT'OK SALE-HORSES JUST ARRIVED. DO J? you want a horse? If so, you will save money i, you win save money k: coach, buggy, sadf- Dy going lo imposition tracK; cuacu, uuggy. en die. business and draught horses arriving dall g aauy. JeI3-S6 j as. 31CHH.U v r . FOR SALE-FINE MATCHED PAIE GELD INGS, bavs, 16 hands, full brothers, 7 and 8 years old: iady can drive them; not afraid of any thing; can trot 3-mln. clip to pole; also a fine family horse. For further particulars call on or address J. J. CRAWFORD, Toronto, O., C. & P. B. R. Je20-79 FOB SALE-MY BLACK GELDING NOW IN Mr. J. E. BERRYMAN'Stralnlngstable, Ex position Driving Park; innst be sold immediately; he is 6 years old, 16 hands high, fine mane and tail, periect action and superior style: he was pur chased In Kentucky one month ago, and, as I have no further use lor him, I will refuse no reasonable offer. Jel9-6 FOR SALE-ONE FAMILY HORSE, CHESr N UT sorrel, not afraid of cable or steam cars. 16 hands high, 6 years old, and sound; also, one barouche in good order; also one set of English barouch e harness, whip aud lap robe: also, one buggy, built by West & Co., In good order, one set of buggv harness: the above articles will be sold at a bargain. Inquire at A. JACKMAN SON'S, 5M to 538 Penn ave. Je23-66 Machinery and Metals. FOR SALE-SMALLENGINE3ANDBOILEB3 for confectioners, printers, butchers, etc.. etc.; we have them in many styles and sizes, and suited to every purpose, at very low prices. UAKME'S MACHINE DEPOT. 97 First ave., Pittsburg. my2-8u miscellaneous. FOB SALE-CHEAP-A FINE, LARGE SAFE. Apply at the office of the TVEST1NGHOUSE ELECTRIC CO., corner Fayette St.. and Garrison ave, Pittsburg. ie20-13-ThSSn FOB SALE-TnEMOST COMPLETE LINE OF brushes, perfnmes and druggists' sundries in Pittsburg, for sale at CF llSCHDAIjl. 8. Je23-3 CO.'S. 11 Smithfield st FOB 8ALE-THE PUREST DRUGS AND chemicals are alone used for prescriptions at the elegant new drugstore oft'. F. KlKKKN DALL & CO., 11 Smithfield street. JeJ5-S3 FOR SALE-NEW IRON fENCE, 50 CENTS A foot Including one dphble and one tingle gate: great bargain; must be moved for buildings. MELLON BROTHERS. 6349 Station St., E. E. Je21-85-TUSu LOST. T O ST SMALL SILVER CHATELAINK JU watch on Smithfield St., or near B. & O. sta tion, or on 5:2) P. M. train: owners name Inside. Reward if lett at 908 PEN N AVE. Je23-7I LOST-SOLITAIRE DIAMOND EARRING, IN East Liberty, Jnne U. The flrfder will be liberally rewarded by leaving it at BIGGS' JEW ELRY STORE, cor. Sixth and Smithfield sts. jei3-55 LOST-BETWEEN IRWIN AVE. AND SU8 PESION bridge, a valuable gold watch: in itials E. E. 1. were in outside of case. Liberal reward If returned to EISENBEIS' DRUG STORE, cor. Federal st. and Park way. Je22-2S LOST-ON JUNE a, BETWEEN 280 LOCUST street Pittsburg, and Westlnghonse build ing, Ninth st. and Penn ave., pocketbook con taining check for 150 and other papers valuable only to owner; payment of check stopped. A liberal reward will be paid for return to H. L. TREES, Philadelphia Co., Ninth st. and Penu ave Je23-69 PERSONAL. PERSONAL-THE NEW DRUGSTORE. NO. 11 Smithfield street is the handsomest and best equipped In the two cities. C. F. K1BKENDALL & CO. Je23-t3 PERBONAJL-BOOKS WANTED-1F YOU have one book worth 10 cents, or a library worth 11,000, let us know: we will buy one as quickly as the other. LEVI'S BUOJk. STORE, bCTenu Avs. llotsl vvUdlno, TO LET. Cltr Rraldeneea. TO LET-NO. 171 SECOND AVE.. BRICK dwelling; ball and 9 rooms: possession Im mediately. J. M.STONEB, 22 Bakewell Bond ing. Je22-9S TO LET AND PAKT OF THE FURNITURE for sale at a big sacrifice, fine nw brick honseof8 rooms: halt bath, hot and cold water, both gases, slate mantels. Inside shutters: sltuata on one of the best streets In tbo Second ward: rent only S30 permontn: possession July I. SeeEWISG i, B YEB3. No. 107 Federal street Je23-8-MWSB Alleaheny Residences. fTlO LET-SMALL FURNISHED HOUSE ON l Arrn street, near umo; will rent whnlA nr part or noose, patch office. Address C. H. WILLIAMS. Die 1e23-57 Apartments. TO LET-THREE ROOMS ON THIRD FLOOR of 435 FIFTH AVE. ; gas, water aud attic. JeI3-30 TO LET-FURNISHED ROOM. FRONT. OPPO SirE new postofflce, 307 SMITHFIELD STREET. For gentlemen only. Je23-102 fTIOLEr HANDSOMELYFURNISHED ROOM jl suuaoie ior one or two gentlemen: : nnr. thing new and first-class. 42S PENN AVE. J 623-101 TO LET-ONE SECOND-STORY FURNISHED front room, suitable for 2 ladles ortwnirrau. also use of parlor: reference rcnuired. Innnlra 1SS WYLIE AVE. Je23-31 Business Stands. TOLET-HOTEL-THELAKESHOBE HOUSE: 37 and 39 Bank St.; 3 minutes' walk from Union depot: contains 30 rooms. Address J. DUNN. 51 Rockwell St.. Cleveland. O. je20.5 STOLEN. STOLEN-S2S REWARD-ON WEDNESDAY. June 19, from the residence of J. P. Urben. two ladles' gold watches and chain; one watch has tne name Agnes Urben. 1885. the other is No. isi- also three breastpins. The above reward will be paid for the return of the goods and no questions asked. J. P. UBBEN, 201 Franklin st. Alle ghtny. Pa. Je23-28 EDUCATIONAL. TG1XAMINATIONS FOB ADMISSION TO JCJ Trinity College, Hartford. Conn., will be held In Room 18, Bakewell Law Baildinp, Pittsburg-, beglnnine at 10 o'clock, A.JC, on Tuesday. June 25. 1889. Je22-95 AUCTION SALES. AUCTION SALE OF FINE CARPETS and f urniture,TUESDAYMORNING,Jan 25, at 10 o'clock, at the rooms. No. 311 Market street Handsome parlor suits in silk and crushed plush, tapestries, brocatelles and dam ask, lounges, couches, mantel bed, wardrobe beds, glass-door wardrobe, pier and cheval mirrors, lambrequins, moquets, body and tap estry brusseis and ingrain carpet", linoleum, curtains, beddinc, lamps, clocks, fancy goods, toiletware, dishes, fine chamber snits, tables, chairs, rockers, bookcases bedsteads, desks, washstands, bat racks, bureaus, sideboards, ex tension tables, two iron office safes, refriger ators, stoves, matting, cedar chests, cupboards, step ladders, sprints and mattresses. HENRY AUCTION CO-ja23-79 Auctioneers. T AUCTION THE COMPLETE FUR NIHHMENT of a ten-roomed honse at No. 201 Wylie ave.. THURSDAY MORNING, June 29. at 10 o'clock sharp. Fine parlor snlc in mohair, pictnres. curtains, rugs, easy chairs, bookcase, ornaments, walnut hatrack, body brusseis and ingrain carpets in all the rooms, halls and stairs, marble top table, mahogany and walnut chamber suits, wardrobes, bureaus, bedsteads, washstands, bed lounge, bedding, springs, mattresses, decorated toiletware, side board, dining chairs, rockers, china, glass and silverware, refrigerator, extension table, laun dry and kitchen goods, linoleum, large cooking range, etc., eta, etc House open 8 o'clock morrlng of the sale. HENRY AUCTION CO.. LTSL, je2380-TWTSU Auctioneers. AUCTION 8ALE-ON THE PREMISE3 on THURSDAY, June 27, 1889. at 4 P. at. New Queen Anne honse and lot, and also H vacant lots on Euclid avenne. Bellevue, only a few minutes' walk from Neville statio.iand only about two minutes from the proposed electric road. The house has 9 rooms and fin ished attic all slate mantels, tile vestibule, tils hearths and all the modern improvements, elec tric bells, speaking tubes; the bouse is new. never been occupied and was built by a gentle man lor a home and with a view of comfort, convenience, etc; has natural gas, water, etc Will sell tbehouse andlot and the vacant lots separate, and on easy payments. Say one-fourth cash and the balance in one, two and three years with interest on deferred payments. Sold positively to the highest bidder. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue. Je23-61 PROPOSALS. SROPOSALS FOR ORDNANCE SUP PLIES Rock Island Arsenal. Rock Island, , June 12, 1869. Sealed proposals, in tripli cate, will be received until 1 o'clock p. jr., on FRIDAY, JULY 12. 1S89. for furnishing saddla oiankets, iorage, suver, goto, stcei, tin, crass, iron,copperandbrass rivets and burs; iron, brass and copper wire; nails, screws, tacks, bolts, nuts, leather, thread, rope. duck, paints, oils, chemicals, paper, cleaning and polishing: materials, files, etc., during th fiscal year end ing Juno 30. 18901. Printed lists of supplies needed, with full instructions, stipulations, eta, can be had on application to MAJOR JNO. R McGINNESS, Ordnance Department, U. S.A Commanding. jel9-2 ECRUrnNG RENDEZVOUS. PENN avenne. Pittsburg, Pa.. Jnne IS, 1889. Sealed proposals In triplicate, subject to the usual conditions, will be received at this office until 12 o'clock noon. Jnne 26, 1SK9, and then opened, for furnishing cooked rations, three substantial meals daily, of good quality, and the allowance of soap and candles authorized to be issued to a soldier, to the recruiting party and recrnitsstatiomed at this rendezvous during the fiscal year commencing July 1, 1889, and ending June 80, 1890. Preference will be given to articles of domestic production or manu facture, conditions of quality and price (in cluding in the price of foreign productions or manufactures the duty thereon) being equaL The Government reserves the right to reject any or all proposals. Forms of pronosals and full information will be furnished on applica tion to this office. Proposals for furnishing complete rations at a place objectionable to re cruits will not be considered. Envelopes con taining proposals should ba marked. "Proposals for Cooked Rations," and addressed to CAP TAIN R. G. HEINER, Recruiting Office, 915 Penn avenue. Pittsburg. Pa. je21-33 FOR SALE, 40 Acres atEdgewood, Room 72, Corner Penn ave and Ninth st. je23-9 The Battle Fought I And victory Is ours. Proclaim it from the) housetops, paint it on the dead walls, that hs who runs may read what the people of India, Europe, America and the State of Allegheny all say, that TA-VA-ZON are the only true, certain Remedies that cure after all other agencies have failed, no matter how bad or long; standing the disease. Makes the weak strong. Gives new life to all. Relief positive and a core absolute noon folldwing the directions. Go now. BE CURED. See sworn testimony. Indisputable facts at DR. GRIFFITH CHEMICAL CO.. 301, 303, 303k 307 GRANT ST.. COR. THIRD AVE., Pittsburg, Pa. Brine this notice with yon. Save money. jea-108 -VTTM. HAMILTON (Successor to Edward C. Young), LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE, 5311 FIFTH AVE., Near Aiken, Shadyslde. Customers can be sure of polite attention, safe drivers and com fortable and stylish turnouts. jeC3-12 B. BURGODN, 'ne Specialist of 47 Ohio street Allegheny. defies competition in the cure of all chronlo troubles. He does not point to fictitious tes timonials. COME AND SEE THE ORIGINALS, At his office, of your neighbors who have been cured In Pittsburg and Allegheny. Consulta tion free. je21 TO EUROPE -ALL THE POPULAR steamers sailing this and next month are rapidly filling up. Apply for berths without delay. Tickets, drafts and letters of credit at N. Y. rates. MAX SCHAMBERG & CO., 527 Smithfield st. myll-wsu Walter J. oseoubne. kichabdbaebows. BARROWS & OSBOURNE JOB PRINTERS, SO Diamond street Telephone No. 813 seS-kJB-TTSsn CJPECIAL NOTICE-TO PERSONS WISH H ING to attend tho picnic of Iron Holders Union, on THURSDAY, June 27, at Kou Grove. W. P. R. B, will refer to dally papers for time of trains, as an error was made in time oltnlnsonlaUtaUoaa. &r?& SBlSBSSlllllEEBlBiBBlBllEBlllBlHHBlKSiBEsBBBlBllllllllHBlVBlflB IvfiTBBSClBsKSBwSiBM MfiimPTTlHI mr?