THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1890.
A BEAUTIFUL EASTER.
Perfect Weather, Flowers in Profu
sion, ibe Best of Music and
KEAELT ALL CHUKCHES CROWDED,
The Streets Filled With flappj People From
Morn Till Mght.
SOSIK OF THE PDLPIT DISCOURSES
r A fairer and more beautiful dav Pitts
burgers are not often wont to see than was
Easter Sunday, and coming as it did, a
streak of sunshine after a dreary rain, it
made the hearts of men and maidens alike
beat with jo.v. Everything was pretty,
from the fragrant flowers in the churches
and the new spring bonnets of the women
to the latest styles in men's clothing.
Easter is always a joyous occasion, and
should be so as typical of the great event
in the world's history which the day com
memorates. 'Tis a delightful custom to
decorate the churches with the vine and
flower, filling the atmosphere with the scent
of the rose, and after the long, disagreeable
winter, arranging oneself in new garments.
Like the animals that hibernate, humanity
seems to awaken from its lethargy on Easter
day, and looks forward to the summer joys
The services in all the churches were of
course (appropriate to the occasion. In
those ot the Episcopal denomination, the
beautiful Easter service was performed.
The buildings and chancels were brightened
with the presence of lilies and roses and
FLOWERS IS PEOrPSIOX.
There was not a church without its
flowers, and the congregations were larger
than usual. Early in the morning the little
children rolled out of their trundle beds,
the girls to admire the variegated colored
eggs and the bovs to test the strength of the
shells bv "picking, "us they call it. The
youngsters had a breakfast of egg food, and
according to custom, many of them were
sick lrom over-eating for the balance of the
A jovousness of spirit seemed to be the
chief SDirit of life yesterday. That the
flowers and the beautiful day contributed
much to this feeling goes without saying,
and one could almost wish that Easter were
perpetual, with such concomitants. In tbe
evening in many of the churches flowers
were givpn to the children.
One of the strongest attractions was the
beautiful singing of the church choirs.
Special music for the day had been written
in many cases, and the majority of the
choirs were reinforced for the occasion with
all the local talent obtainable. The singing
in the churches was most delightful. Alto
gether, it was a gorgeous day that passed
off pleasantly, and the people are happier
ana better for it.
THE CATHOLIC SEETICES.
Easter was observed in all the Catholic
churches with the usual pomp and splendor
characteristic of the Church. Nearly every
church had something new in the way of
music, but the service of song and instru
ment in St. Philomena's eclipsed anything
ever attempted in this city before. At St.
Paul's Cathedral no special effort was made
to execute fine music, on account of the ill
ness ot Organist Kaate. St. Peter's, in Al
legheny, and a number of the Southside
churches were worthy ot special note.
The programmes rendered at the different
churches were printed in The Dispatch
last week. At St Philomena's an orchestra
of 30 trained professional musicians was in
attendance. The chorus of 60 voices sang
the " Hallelujah " from the ,: Messiah."
Seven priests assisted at the high mass. At
3 o'clock vespers were sung, and a musical
service was held in the evening.
At St. Paul's Cathedral solemn high mass
was celebrated by Kt Rev. Bishop Phelan.
Fathers Nolen and Phelan, of the Holy
Ghost College, were the deacons, 'Fathers
Molyneaux and Galloway sub-deacons, and
Father Conway was master ot ceremonies.
Father Murphey, President of the college,
preached an eloquent sermon on "Tne
Resurrection," taking lor his text the gospel
of the day. The Cathedral Band was sta
tioned in the gallery, and rendered the
"Agnus Dei" and other compositions ap
propriate to the day. The organist was P.
A. "Ward, who officiated in the absence of
Prof. Knake. The church was beautifully
decorated with plants and flowers.
SOME BARE TREATS.
At St. Peter and St. Paul's Church, East
End, Kev. Father Leo, of the Capuchin Or
der, celebrated the high mass. At St. Pet
er's, in Allegheny. Miss Alice Carter pre
sided at the organ. The chorus work was
especially fine and the altar decorations
were beautiful. At St. Stephen's, in "Wil
kinsburg, Father Lambing gave his con
gregation a treat. Gernert's orchestra was pres
ent at the 6 o'clock services. In theatternoon
a children's festival was held, and the little
folks brought with them heavily laden mite
boxes. St. Michael's Maennerchor was
present at that church at the solemn high
mass celebrated by Eev. Father Bernard,
As predicted by Chief Bigelow, through
yesterday's DISPATCH, a very large num
ber of people visited Schenley Park yester
day, and the weather being all that could be
desired, efljoyed the rural delights ot that
place very 'thoroughly. The traffic upon
the Fifth avenue traction line was very
largely increased by the influx of visitors to
the pa'rk, several trains of four cars each
beinr found necessary in the afternoon to
accommodate the great number of visitors
who, having read of the park attractions in
The Dispatch, wished to judge for them
selves what style of place for recreation the
park would be. All who went out yester
day returned singing the praises of the place
and expressing gratitude to Mrs. Schenley
for her noble giit and to Mr. Bigelow. whose
hard work was productive of such material
benefit to the people. "Work will be carried
on right along now on the park and every
week will develop new beauties or embellish
Highland Park was also crowded with
visitors, and the flowery spring bonnets,
with the light spring costumes, relieved the
reen background and made a very charm
ing view. When the weather gets warmer
the parks will be the fashionable promen
ades of PitUburg.
Forbes street was not forgotten by the
owners of "flyers," who could not resist the
temptation of speeding their fine animals
that had been so long cooped up on account
of bad roads. An extra detail preserved the
best of order in that part of the city, despite
the large crowds and many vehicles there.
UP FROM THE DEAD.
Dr. Can-on Smii It's Only a Question of Bow
the Resurrection Shall Br.
Eev. E. P. Cowan, D. D., pastor of the
Third Presbyterian Church, last night
preached an appropriate sermon to Easter
Day. His subject was "Rising with Christ,
toward Christ and like Christ." He said:
"It "s important for us to decide the charac
ter of .t-e resurrection we shall experience.
Don't consider whether you shall be brought
back to life or not, but how. Our resur
rection shall be like Christ's, but in a way
it will be unlike His. He rose after a death
of 40 days. We will die like Him, but our
bodies may lie for centuries. We must
raise ourselves to a holier, happier and
morally healthy atmosphere.
"Every Christian knows wfcat kind of a
resurrection this is. If we live this kind of
a life, seeking after higher things and lift
ing ourselves up to a heavenly atmosphere,
we will come out of ourgravts like Christ."
The Jail Services Yrsterdny.
Moorhead Union No. 2, W. C. T. TJ., held
the regular Sunday services at the jail yes
terday, and Mrs. Hammond made the ad
dress to the prisoners in her customary in
teresting style. It was woman's day in jail
TOO MUCH EASTER PISERT.
A Preacher Commeali on the Prevailing
Practices of the Day.
Eev. D. S. Littell. of the Sixth Avenue
TJ. P. Church, yesterday morning preached
a sermon of more than usual interest to a
large congregation. In the course of bis re
marks he said: "In the present observance.
of Easter Day a strong and everjincreasing
effort is made to substitute physical beauty
for spiritual beauty. Nearly every church
in the two cities has arranged programmes
for the day, in which splendid music and
gorgeous decorations are given the most
prominent place. It wonld puzzle the most
aesthetic taste to decide what church its pos
sessor should attend on this day.
"The true meaning of Easter is gradually
being overlooked. The English 'Easter' is
derived from the name of the Teutonic
Goddess of Spring, whose festal day occur
ring about this time of the year, was cele
brated by the early Saxons. For this
heathen festival the early missionaries sub
stituted Easter Day. The real name of the
day is 'Passover, and yet if the numerous
advertisements of Easter millinery, Easter
neckties and Easter flowers were beaded
'Passover millinery,' etc., how strange and
uncouth the name 'Passover Day'jwould be.
"In gazing at the beautiful crosses of
lilies and roses which deck so many altars
to-day, we are apt to forget the real cross,
that cross unadorned save by the bleeding,
mangled form of the Savior of mankind. In
the beauty of the floral decorations, the
music and the other accessories of the day,
when the vernal season seems ready to
spring forth into life, we are prone to torget,
or at least overlook,the beauty.of the Lord."
DOW GOD WORKS MIRACLES.
Or. Wheeler Explains How 5,000 People
Were Fed on the Loaves and Fishes.
Eev. Dr. D. H. Wheeler, President of
Alllegheny College at Meadville, occupied
the pulpit of the Smithfield Street M. E.
Church, last night. He delivered a plain
and practical sermon on God's miracles, and
took for his text the parable of feeding
5,000 people with five barley loaves and two
small fishes, taken from the gospel of St.
John. Among other things he said:
"We know that 500,000,000 bushels
of wheat is produced each year.
Not one bushel of this is produced by man
without God's assistance. He alone can
multiply things. This is his prerogative.
When we sow a bushel of wheat and reap
30 bushels we have not effected the gain; it
was God. We depend upon Him as an in
fant depends upon its mother. Nothing
can come out of mother earth which has not
been sprinkled with sunshine and watered
by God. Unless He does this our labor is
not productive. When we stop and reason
and find out how limited our power is, we
are filled with horrors at the thought of
God's power being withdrawn. He gives
the products of the earth in good season
when we perform certain conditions, which,
as a rule, are always required. It every
thing in the way of food should fail this
year prices would go up and betore next
spring the world would be starving to death.
We are only onlookers while God performs
the miracles. The miracle of feeding the
5,000 people is analagous with the great
miracles of the present time."
HEATHrlN AT HOME AND ABROAD.
missionary Work Needed Here as Welt as
la Foreign Lnnds.
At Butler Street M. E. Church a special
Easter service was given yesterday morning.
At the beginning of the service Mrs. Dr.
Pearce read an interesting paper to the lit
tle folks. The subject of the morning ser
mon was "Christian Missions." In begin
ning Eev. W. F. Oldham said: "It in be
coming more and more the custom in Chris
tian churches to associate Easter and all
that it means to us with the passage: 'Go ye
into all the world and preach the Gospel.'
Let us for a time this morning look upon
the missionary; work lU'Uther countries."
After speaking of the progress of mission
ary work in South America, Africa and
Europe, the pastor continued: "Regarding
missionary work in India, I speak as a
watchman who has stood on the mountain
to see the coming morning, and as one who
has before seen the darkness. Why should
not India turn to Christ? There are many
reasons. Why do not our own people all
bow to Christ? Why is it that many of our
sons and daughters, brothers and sisters,
who are in the midst of religious teaching,
do not become Christians? The same reason
exists in India the carnal heart of man."
BASIS OF TRUE FRIENDSHIP.
An Interesting Discourse Delivered by Key.
J. R. Sutherland, D. D.
At the Second Presbyterian Church last
night Eev. J. E, Sutherland, D. D.,
preached on the subject of "The Basis of
True Friendship," taking as his text Prov
erbs, xviii:2i and John xv: 5. The reverend
gentleman stated that the basis of true
friendship with mankind was friendship
with God. To be a friend of God
one must cast aside all fear and
distrust of the Creator. The friendship
of God irresistibly led the soul toward a
sympathy with one's fellowmen. An honest
heart sighed for friendship, but the honest
were too often imposed on, and persuaded
that mere friendliness or companionship
Friendship means the capability of a man
to feel for and sympathize with his fellow
men. Friendliness is a society imitation of
friendship. It hinders friendship, nay, it
very frequentlydisqualifiesaman for friend
ship altogether. Friendship is a real and
Attracted n Lnrse Congregation.
The excellence ot the musical programme
attracted a large number of people to the
Second M. P. Church, corner of Fifth ave
nue and Marion streets, yesterday morning.
The altar of the church" was richly decked
with flowers and palms. At the "evening
service the cantata of "Christ Our Passover"
was sung by a choir ot 30 voices. Miss
Louise Loomis and Mr. Morris Stephens,
being the soloists.
Children's Easter Carols.
Easter carols were sung by the children
of St. Peter's Church, last evening. Tbe
young folks met in the Sunday school room
and marched into the church in a body.
The large edifice was packed with visitors.
AX ITALIAN rjROClHAli SCHOOL
Children of Sunny Italy to Get a Religious
and Worldly Education.
The Italian congregation will establish a
Catholic parochial school in connection
with their new church, on Webster avenue.
"For the purpose of raising funds to build
the church and school a grand concert will
be given this evening in the basement of
St. Paul's Cathedral. Among those who
will take part are Signer Gilli and an
Italian singer from New Xbrk. The man
dolin troubadours. Miss Mame Eckert and
Prof. Porritt will also be on hand. The
work of tearing down the buildings' at the
corner of Webster avenue and Tunnel
streets will shortly begin and the new
building commenced. The school will be
under tbe charge of the Italian pastor.
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Tbe Crowds Tell Ihe Story.
Even with enlarged space, extra help and
every facility ior selling carpets cheap, the
People's Store has been put to its paces to
properly attend to all comets. But they did
it, and can always do it.
Campbell & Dice.
AFTER LOCAL TEADE.
Pillsburg Glassware in Demand in
tbe Argentine Eepublic.
A BIG SAMPLE KOOM TO BE OPENED
The Tariff on Wool Snnttinjf Oat the South
ENGLAND GRABBING THE BENEFITS.
E. M. Acevedo, of Buenos Ayres, Argen
tine Eepublic, is registered at the Anderson
Hotel. Mr. Acevedo represents Pierra &
Co., of Hew York, in South America. At
present he is engaged in making contracts
with American manufacturers to open sam
ple rooms in the Argentine Eepublic and
sell Yankee goods on a small commission.
He has already made 45 contracts with
American firms, and he has come to Pitts
burg to see some of the glass men.
In a short chat yesterday Mr. Acevedo
said: "The American people make about
60 per cent of the articles needed in my
country, but their trade is captured by
European nations. The main drawback
against trade with the United States is the
lack of shipping facilities, but I expect to
see an American line soon established that
will make the trip to Buenos Ayres in 14
days. We now have to go to Europe to get
to America, and 32 days are consumed in
TheEnglish give us long credits, and as
the people are honest they don't lose an
thing by it. About four years ago I intro
duced American glassware in South Amer
ica, and wherever I went it knocked out
English glass. I remember at that time
there was scarcely an English tumbler sold
in Colombo. In agricultural implements
and edge tools also the Americans have the
"As for fabrics, your manufacturers
usually make the cloth too long so that it is
difficult to transport it across the country,
and this is why the English cotton goods are
bought. Large quantities of American shoes,
however, are sold. The Massachusetts people
make a shoe that is perfectly adapted to the
South American foot. Our chief industry
is the wool trade. We have 70,000,000 sheep,
25,000,000 cattle and 20.000,000 horses. If
the Americans would take the tariff off
wool we could import most of it here. Hides
and tallow are also staple articles of pro
duction, and the proposed advance in duties
on hides is to shut out the
Argentine trade. The banking capi
tal of my State is $4,000,000.
The Atlantic and Pacific road, from Buenos
Ayres across the Andes to Valparaiso, will
soon be completed. It will cost 540,000,000,
and the English expect to use it as a short
route to Australia. There are $190,000,000
of English capital invested in the Eepublic,
and scarcely a dollar of American money.
Last vear England's share of our
trade "was $63,000,000; Germany, $29,
000,000; Belgium, $11,000,000, and
America secured only $9,000,000,
and all because we lacked the shipping
facilities. The Eepublic has a standing
offer to put up $100,000 at any time to sub
sidize a steamship line as soon as the United
States will contribute a like sum.
"The population of the country is 5,000,
000, with 200,000 immigrants received an
nually, most of them coming from Italy.
We hope the American people will make
an effort to remove some of the trade bar
riers now existing."
A BRIDGE IN BAD SHAPE.
Foot Passengers Who Daily Fear to Cross
a Shaky Structure.
The Penn avenue bridge over the Penn
sylvania Eailroad at East Liberty is in a
very bad condition, and people living in the
neighborhood are growing apprehensive lest
the half-decayed planks of the footway may
give way and precipitate them to the tracks
below. As one walks over the planks he
can feel them shaking, and occasionally a
playful lurch and a rising up of one extrem
ity of the causeway startles his equanimity.
"The little rift within the lute," with its
proclivities for slowly widening and making
the music mute, is nothing compared to the
decidedly big aperture which is a
feature of the Penn avenue
bridge, and which threatens to
destroy the whole structure. Large holes
appear where the decayed wood has given
way beneath the heels of passengers, and a
permanent resident of East Liberty declared
that scores ot canes and umbrellas slip
through these cavities weekly. Nor is the
frame work of the bridge at all sound. The
crossing of a light trap and buggy is suffi
cient to shake the whole crazy structure to
The residents or the East End are ex
tremely anxious that something should be
done at once to remedy this miserable state
HE LIKES AMERICA.
An Englishman Commends the Development
and Recommends Extension.
Mr. and Mrs. Dugdale, of England, are
members of a party of English "doing the
States." They are stopping at the
Duquesne. Said Mr. Dugdale, who is a
lawyer, to a reporter yesterday: "This is a
wonderful country from what I have seen
of it, and Pittsburg is a remarkable city in
many respects. Your people do not lack
ideas or the inventive genius. Everything
is modern and up to date. Development is
not now needed so much as extension aud
that will require time.
"In the use of electricity yon are ahead of
the English. We have the electric trams,
but they do not compare with your cars
here. We haven't the overhead wires, and
I doubt if the people would allow them to
be put up on account of tbe danger. Such
a thing also as a cable road is unknown in
England. Oh, this is a progressive country,
and the Americans are a great people."
BAPTIZfcD IX THE ALLEGHENY.
An Easter Afternoon Ceremony That At
tracted a Crowd.
Three colored women and two men were
baptized yesterday in the Allegheny river at
the Columbia boatbouse. They were from
the little Baptist church nearby.
The water was chilly, but the brethren
and sisters stood tbe cold bath very well.
A large crowd of people was attracted by the
Don't Like the New Messenger.
A delegation of colored residents of the
Eleventh ward waited upon The Dispatch
last evening with an urgent request for the
publication of the following: "The ap
pointment of T. W. Gale as messenger by
Mayor Gourley was contrary to the wishes
of a large majority of the colored citizens of
this city, as they did not consider him tbe
proper man to represent them, and his ap
pointment will not he recognized as a repre
Lots ofnatorday Nieht Booze.
Two score and three prisoners paid their
old scores before Judge Gripp at Central
station yesterday morning, of whom ten
were classified as common drunks, eight
were disorderly, two held over and three
sent to the workhouse.
Gratifying to All.
Tbe high position attained and the universal
acceptance and approval of the pleasant liquid
Irutt remedy Syrup of Figs, as the most excel
lent laxative known, illustrate the value of the
qualities on which its success is based and are
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boutn Bend, lud., proprietor of tbe famous
"Blush of Roses1' lor the complexion. apG-117
RInle and Female Help.
WANTED - LADIES' MAID, 1 FRENCH
nurse, cooks, chambermaids, dining room
girls, SOU house girls, German ana colored girls,
gardeners, farm hands. J5 colored men. 51Kb. E.
THOMPSON, 603 Grant St. ap3-MThS
WANTED - FARM HANDS. VEGETABLE
gardeners, waiters, 60 cooks, CO chamber
maids. 203 house girls, 30 (ermiu.s and Swedes,
dishwasher, dining room girl, nurse, hotel cook
(toper week), pastrycook. MEEUAN'b,S43Grant
WANTED-PARTNER IN A WELL-ESTABLISHED
business; from three to nve hun
dred dollars required: want to increase tbe busi
ness. Address MANUFACTURER, Dispatch
WANTED - SITUATION AS ENGINEER;
rood experience and the best of reference.
Address G.B,.Dlspatchoffice. at6-28
TTTANTED-MORTGAGE3 ON CITY OR
VV Allegheny county property at lowest rates.
py at lowest rates
HENRY A. WEAVEKdtuu., SiHOUl
WANTED-MORTGAGES IN LARGE AND
small amounts 'at lowest rates. MA
CRUM & CUBBAGE, Room 34 Fidelity Building,
121 Fourth ave. felD-61
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY OR SUB
URBAN improved real "estate, at lowest
rates. In sumsof sjou toS20,000and upward. LEE,
BARNETT CHAPLIN, 313 Wood st.
TTTANTED-MORTGAGES-WE ARE PRE
VV PARED to loan sums from (500 to (500. 009
on city and country property: H, 5 and 6 per
cent. J AS. W. DRAPE & CO., 123 Fourth ave
nue, Pittsburg. . ap5-S5-D
WANTED TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
of S3, 000 and npward, on city and suburban
property, on H percent, free of tax: also smaller
amounts at S and 6 per cent. BLACK & BAIRD,
85 Fourth avenue. se21-d26-D
WANTED MORTGAGES-l,e0o,000TO LOAN
. J city snd suburban properties at H, Sand
6 per cent, and on larms la '.Allegheny and acta
cent counties at 6 per cent. 1. ti. PENNOCK
SON, 105 Fourth avenue. ap7-f4l
VTTANTED-TO LOAN MONEY AT THE
V lowest market rate, on mortgages. In Iarnjs
or small amounts. W. A..HERBOJT A SONS. 80
tour in aye. ape-u-Mxu
WANTED-TO r,OAN 1200,000 ON MORT
GAGES; 100 and upward at 6 per cent;
fSPO.OOOat 4 per cent on residences or business
t 4V: r rent nn residences or business
7 - - rt '-7 7. . .7 '7 - -".. e TJ
properiy; aiso in aaioining
FRENCH. 125 Fourth avenue.
adloining counties, o. "
WANTED-ONE SECOND-HAND, SINGLE
column, 800-lb. steam hammer, about 21"
to 24" stroke; must be in good condition. Address
with lowest cash price, SHOENBERGER tc. CO.,
Pittsburg, Pa. ap8-3l
WANTED BUYERS FOR BANANAS.
lemons, oranges, cocoannts and a general
line of foreign fruits: largest stock bananas in
the city: am handling from six to eight cars
Mediterranean fruit weekly: call and seeme before
Fiurchasmgelsewnere; sennyour oroers by mail
or bananas and fruits. THOMAS H. MCGO v AN,
607 Liberty st. mhll-87
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
East End Residences.
FOR SALE-MARCHAND STREET. EAST
End: 81 feet by 100 width; 2-story brick dwell
ing; 9 rooms: also stable. See BAXTER,
THOMPSON St, CO., 163 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-A NEAT DWELLING, ALMOST
new, near Shadvslde; 8 beautlfnl rooms, re
ception hall; natural gas and all other modern
conveniences: fine lot bcxl20 feet to an alley: im
mediate possession. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.. 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. ap5-85-D
OR SALE AT OAKLAND-A NEAT, NEW
and complete brick house, nine rooms, with
all the latest improvements; location central:
streets Improved and sewered: No. 209 Coltart
square; onlyfJOO cash required down: terms al
most as easy as renting, bee W. A. HEKRON &
SONS, 83 Fourth avenue. ap6-63-7,10.12,l5
I fOR SALE-EAST ESO RESIDENCE WITHIN
five minutes of either line of cable or P. R.R..
on line of proposed electric road, a modern frame
house of cl&rht rooms, finely papered and painted,
bath.h.and c.watcr,both gases, porches and laun
dry, fine chande lers: lot 35x100 on a paved street,
flagstone walk; price only 16,200. BLACK &
BAIRD. SSFourth ave. ap6-56
FOR SALE HAZELWOOD-?S,500-2-STORY
brick dwelling or eight rooms, hall, bath,
laundry; good range, hot and cold water. Inside
w. c, iront and rear porches, good irult and
shade trees: lot 178x105 feet: only one 6quare from
Hazelwood station B. & O. K. R. and Second Ave.
Electric Kailwav: terms 1.000 cash, balance to
suit. IRA M. BURCUFIELD, 158 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-ON AltCH ST.. ALLEGHENY,
brick house. 11 rooms: price S10.000. For
particulars see A. D. WILSON, 55 Federal St.,
OR SALE-ON FULTON ST.. ALLEGHENY;
fine brick house: eight rooms; all modern im-
roveinents; only 5,(i00. MAGAW & GOFF,
IM., 145 Fourth ave. ap5-4t
OR SALE-WASHINGTON AVE., SECONO
ward. Allegheny 6-room brick house, lotl7X
xlIO; corner prope'rty. For terms inquire of
OWNER, on premises. apo-23-D
FOR SALE A DESIRABLE SUBURBAN
residence property on P. R. R. : ten large
rooms, library, bath, lavatory, furnace, natural
gas and all other modern requirements and In
prime order; over an acre of ground, fruit and
shade trees, copious Bow of pure water, stable,
carriage house and other ontbuildlngs; would
exchange in part for city property. JAS. W.
DRAPE CO.. 129 Fourth avenue. Pittsburg.
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE WYLIE AVE., NEAR FRANCIS
St.. building lots, only 1300; sure to enhance.
MAGAW & GOFF, LIM 145 Fourth ave. ap5-41
FOR SALE-?) PER FOOT FRONT FOR AN
elegant lot 34x100 feet, one square from
Negley aye.. Nineteenth ward. MELLON
BROTHERS, 6349 Station st.,E. E. apS-MO-XWT
FORSALE-J25 CASH AND 25 EACH MO.
until paid for; a rare chance to buy a neat
brick house, eight rooms, 1325 Sjcauiore st.. Thirty-fifth
ward: location good. See W. A. HERttON
& SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. apS-64-7, 10, 14, 17, 19
East End Lots.
FOR SALE-BOND ST., EAST END. FINE
building lot. 43x100 feet: price 1.960: terms
easy. IRA M. BURCHFIELD, 158 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-60 FEET ON NEGLEY AVE..
East End at a low price; bargain for a quick
buyer. BAXrER, THOMPSON 4 CO., 162 Fourth
FOR SALE CHOICE LOT AT EDGEWOOD.
57x160 feet; one of the finest building sites at
Edgewood. near station. BAXTER, THOMPSON
fc CO.. 162 Fourth ave. ap6-93-5iwr
IfOR SALE EAST END LOTS. ?650 EACH:
level; well drained; location good; each 25x100
feet; near Homewood station, P. R. R.; terms
easy. ,See W. A. HERRON & SONS. 80 Fourth
avenue. ap6-65-7. 10, 12, 15
FOR SALE HANDSOME CORNER LOT.
60x120 feet, on paved street ln'Nlneteenth
ward; handy to cable lines, surrounded by ele
gant residences: price S70 per foot front. MEL
LON BROTHERS, 6349 Station St.. E. E.
FOR SALE-ON NORTH HIGHLAND AVE
NUE, corner lot 75x190; this is without ex
ception the choiclest piece of property on the ave
nue: our time is limited as to its present price;
Joumustact promptly If you desire to secure it.
I. P. HOWLEY & SON, No. 127 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE LOT 44x138 FT. ON PENNSYL
VANIA ave. For lull particulars see A. D.
ILSON, 55 Federal St., Allegheny. apl-32-MWF
FOR SALE-ALLEGHENY LOT FRONTING
Center and Highland aves.. 36x150 feet: easy
terms and cheap. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth
FOR SALE-S50-LOT 25x70, IRWIN AVE.,
above public school: cheapest lot In Alle
gheny, A. LEGUATE & HON, 31 Federal St.,
FOR SALE-100 ALLEGHENY LOTS ON
Lombard St., Linden and Maple aves.. Tenth
and Twelfth wards: payments easy. Inquire of
J. & S. MCNAUGHER, 43 North Diamond St.. or
43 Federal st. mhl2-56-D
FOR SALE 3 ACRES AND 12 ACRES OF
level land on line ot railroad; eminently suit
able for laying out in building lots. JAS. W.
DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR BALE-BEAUTIFUL LOTS; 50x150 FEET,
7 miles from city, Pittsburg and Lake Erie
R. R.; magnificent river view; price. 250;
monthly payments; nolntcrests. WM. A. S1PE.
93 Diamond st, mh-40-MThs
FOR SALE -VERY SUITABLE TO SUBDI
VIDE, atCrafton, one of the most doirable
suburbs on the Panhandle R. K,, near the sution,
elrht acres, no waste: a good, large house, out
buildings, fruits, etc. See W. A. HEKRON &
SONS, 80 Fourth ave. ap6-63-7,10,12,15
FOR SALE-FARM 82 ACRES WITH BRICK
house. 10 rooms, bank barn: the best srarden
or fruit place on tne Monongahcla river: no sncli
place in the market for the money. ED. WIT
T1SH. 410 Grant tt Pittsburg. ap5-D
FOR SALE-A FARM OF 127 ACRES AT
Walker's Mills, Panhandle It. R 11 rallet
from tbe city, with good farm buildings of all
kinds; abundance of fruits; has also on the place a
developed stone quarry and other paying inter
ests, with sidings all complete for slilpnlng; de
sire to sell the same quick to settle an est tte. See
W. A. HEKRON & SONS, No. SO Fourth ave.
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-GROCERY STORE, HORSE AND
wagon at a great sacrifice: owner wants to
engage In other business. Address S. C. Dis
patch office. ap6-153
FOR SALE-DRYGOODS, CARPET STORE
a rare chance: the best room In the county;
the best trade, and In a county sr.it: the owner
ha other business. Address S. G., Box CO. se
vtlckley. Pa. ap3-93-MThs
FOR SALE-A LIGHT MANUFACTURING
business, largeprofits and will stand closest
investigation: capital required $1,000. Inquire
BECKFEUD& BRACKEN, Brokers, No. 61 Ohio
St., Allegheny. apo-51
IJiOR SALE-SALOON-BEST LOCATION IN
1 thecltv of Youngstown, O.: bet of reasons
for selling: business of from 3,000 to ? 10,0Oa per
year. Address J. C. WH1SSEN, Youngstown. O.
FOR SALE-BEST LITTLE GROCEKY STORE
In the two cities. 900; hardware store In good
town: grocery stores, HuO, tSOC fl,u, 3. W0: &
and 10-cent store, drug stores, clear stores,
bakeries, feed store, milk depot. bHEPARD &
CO., 151 Fourth aye. ap5
OR SALE-A PARTNERSHIP INTEREST IN
an old-cstabllshpd lumber business in the
city, having a splendid plant and In excellent
location: ltis probable that a llmiled company
will be formed. In which there would be one or
two lucrative vacancies. JAS. W. DRAPE &
CO.. 129 fourth avenue, Pittsburg. ano-85-D
FOR SALE-AN INTEREST IN A LARGE
manufacturing firm near the city: there Is a
vacancy in the office and financial department
which the firm prefers should be filled by someone
haying an interest in the company: It will be
necessary to furnish references and bonds: 5.000
to 10,000 will be ail that need be invested; ability
and Integrity are the main requirements. Apply
to or address confidentially, JAS. W. DRAPE i
CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. ap5-85-D
FOR SALE-A PARTNERSHIP INTEREST IN
a well established and highly snecessful
manufacturing concern In the city bavlnac full
lines of specialties: all monopolies; large sales
and satisfactory profits; tbe firm is well known
to us and we can just note that it Is worthy of un
bounded and Implicit confidence; there is an
opening for a gentleman of tbe same standing,
having the necessary qualifications and who can
furnish tbe required capital to whom there is a
fortune in sight: rull particulars to principals
only will be furnished tonfidenilslly at our office.
JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 128 Fourth avenue, Pitts
burg. . ap5-85-D
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
Business Stands. -
IOR SALE DESIRABLE HOTEL. KNOWN
as Sherman Hduse. cor. Washington and
Second streets, Martin's Ferry, o. Apply to
AMELIA SCHHEINER, . ap6-6J
FOR SALE-BUSINESS PROPERTY ON SEC
OND and Third avenues, city: 48 feet front:
excellent point for investment: must be sold to
settle an estate: JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.. 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. ap5-85-D
I7IOR SALE-A LARGE WAREHOUSE PROP
: ERTj. with iron front, on Penn avenue: cor
ner lot, 5 floors, elevator and complete warehouse
facilities throughout: Immediate possession. Par
ticulars from JAS. W. DRAPE CO., 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. ap5-S5-D
fj'OR SALE A MANUFACTURING PLANT
V In a live business town of about 12,000. com
peting Unesof railroads, natural gas center, water
plentv; buildings easy of change to suit purchaser:
nofancy figures asked: cause for selling, to settle
an estate. Inquire uf S. B. &V. HAYES, 143 S.
Franklin St., Washington. Pa. mh!2-67
FOR SALE-NO. 3705 BUTLER ST., ONE OF
the best business stands In Lawrenceville:
lot 21X1G0. with large hnltdlng, now used as a
shoe store, and a two-story frame building In
rear: will be sold very reasonable and on suitable
terms. Particulars of THOS. MCCAFFREY. 3509
Butler St.; office opes evenings; telephone 5514.
FOR SALE THE ELEGANT SUMMER RE
SORT with hotel 'property and seven cot
tages, etc., atldlewood: over nine acres of ground
with dense growth Jf fruit and shade trees and
shrubbery; most excellent opening; for anyone
who understands the business there Is a fortune
In it. Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE CO.,
Agents, 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. ap5-85-D
FOR SALE-MANUFACTURING SITE. LOT
138x211, fronting on River avenue, Allegheny,
and between the Pittsburg and Western and West
Penn Railroads, a cholre piece of property forthe
money. M. P. HOWLEY &SON, No. 127 Fourth
FOR SALE-ELIGIBLE MANUFACTURING
sites on line of railroad and river and nat
ural gas; convenient to the city; 1 acre to 50 acres
available on accommodating terras. Particulars
from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock. &c.
FOR SALE-ONE FINE KENTUCKY SADDLE
horse, one brown draft horse, at A. M.
HOCHSWENDER'S livery and sale stable. 548
Filth ave. ap6-154
FOR SALE-GENTLEMAN'S TURNOUT: A
fast pacing horse, young and sound: can show
better than 2:10 gait: buggy and harness nearly
new. Inquire 18 and 20 FOURTH AVE.
Machinery and Metals.
FOR SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
and refitted: repairing promptly attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO.,
LIM., below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa.
FOR SALE DRILLING ENGINES AND
boilers for oil or gas wells, engines and boil
ers in every size and style, saw mills and wood
working machlnerj-. HARMES MACHINE
DEPOT. No.97 ilrstavc., Pittsburg, Pa.
FOR SALE SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers: ail sizes and styles la stock, from 4 to
lOOh. p. ;all refitted;good as new, at lowest prices;
portable engines. 8 to 25 h. p. ; boilers all sizes
and styles. J .S. YO UNG, 23 Park way, Allegheny,
FOR SALE TWO OPEN STEEL FURNACES,
with or without gas producers: hydraulic
crane with pumps, 24 in. 3 high: billet mill with 3
standofhousen:rall and scrap shears, engines. etc.
THOMAS CARLIN'S SONS, Lacock and Sandusky
sts., Allegheny. Pa. ou5-17-mwi
OR SALE-SECONO-HAND SOLID WAL
NUT upright desk. Inquire at at'. CHARLES
FOR SALE-100 BAR FIXTURES OF THE
latest designs: also 5 second-band bar outfits
complete. NO. 70 DIAMOND ST. ap6-36
FOR SALE THREE POOL AND TWO BILL
IARD tables In good condition: Garden City
make. For information apply 637 SMITHFIELD
FOR SALB-STEINWAY PIANO AT AUC
TION, at residence. 102 Western avenue,
Allegheny, Tuesday, Aprll8. at 2 o'clock, during
sale of household furniture. A. LEGGATE A
bON, Auctioneers. ap4-4
IOR SaLE-ICE-I HAVE 15.000 TONS OF ICE
harvested on Interior lakes in Michigan: it Is
from (10)tcnto (15) sixteen Inches In thickness and
free from snow;lt Is stored In quantities from(2)two
to (7) seven thousand tons to each house: side
track facilities already provided. Parties wish
ing to purchase address H. W.ASHLE Y.Toledo,
O., before April 30. inh5-S9
FOR SALE FURNITURE 102 WESTERN
avenue, Allegheny, at auction on Tuesday,
Aprils, at 2 o'clock, silk and plush parlor suite,
marble top center tables, bronze piano lamp,
music cabinet. Are screen, body brusscls and
tapestry carpets, line hat rack with mirror, mar
ble top sideboard, hall and stair carpets, bed
steads, bureaus, washstands, whatnot, portieres,
refrigerator, etc., Steinway piano forte. A J.Eli
GATE&SON. Auctioneers. ap4-4
PERSONAL BOOKS WANTED-IF YOU
have any books to sell, let us know. LEVI'S
BOOK dTORE, Seventh Avenue Hotel building.
-fJEKSONAL-BOOKS, OLD AND NEW WE.
X nave 50,0011 volumes to sen at DOttom prices.
FRANK BACON & CO., 86 Diamond st. Libraries
PERSONAL-A LIFE-SIZE CRAYON FOR
3 50, or one large 8x10 photo for framing, or
12 beautiful cahlnets for I until further notice, at
AUFRECHT'S ELITE GALLERY.516 Market St.,
Pitts. ; come early; bring children, ap2-Z5
PERSONAL -ANYONE INTERESTED IN
enamel brick or tile please take note of this:
ROBERT WEBB, of East Liverpool. Ohio, chal
lenges any man in America for glazed brick or
tile with one fire for- smoothness, colors and
shades of all descriptions and which he make9 all
his own colors; anyone wishing to see samples
can see them at 287 West Market St., East Liver
pool, Ohio. rah5-68
PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURN EO; recently they had not been on the
best of terms owing to a little family tar occa
sioned by tbe wife insisting on being allowed to
renovate his wearing apparel, and which, ot
course, was done In a bungling manner; In order
to prevent the trouble thev agreed to send all
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor, 65
Fifth ave., corner Wood St., second floor, and
now everything is loyely and peace and happiness
again reigns In their household. Telephone 1558.
OFFICE OF FIDELITTTITLKATRUST CO.,
121 and 12 j'Kourth ave.
ESTATE OF FIELDING VAN HORN, DE
CEASED. Notice is hereby given thatietters
of administration on the estate of Fielding Van
Horn have been granted to the -undersigned, to
whom all persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment, and those
having claims against tbe same should make them
known without delay. FIDELITY TITLE &
TRUST CO., Administrator. DAVID Q.EWINO,
OFFICE OF FIDELITY TITLE & TRUST CO.,
121 and 123 Fourth ave.
ESTATE OF ELLEN CORNELIUS. DE
CEASED. Notice Is hereby given that let
ters or administration on the estate of Ellen
Cornelius have been granted to the undersigned,
to whom all persons Indebted to said estate are
requested to make Immediate payment, and those
having claims against the time should make them
known without delay. FIDELITY TITLE &
TRUST CO.. Administrator. DAVID Q. EWINO,
OFFICE OF FIDEL1TYTITLC AND TRUST CO.,
121 and 123 Fourth avenue.
ESTATE OF WASHINGTON BECK, DE
CEASED. Notice Is hereby given thatietters
testamentary on the estate of Washington Reck
have been granted to the undersigned, to whom
all persons Indebted to said estate arc requested
to make immediate payment, and those having
claims against the same should make them known
withoutdelay. FIDELITY 11TLE AND TRUST
CO.. Executor. DAVID Q.-EW1NG. Attorney.
OFFICE ALLEGHENY SUSPENSION
Fittsbtjuo. March 9. 1SD0.
ELECTION NOTICE IN PURSUANCE
of .-i-resolution of tbe Board of Managers
passed this dav. a meeting of the stockholders
or "The President, Manacers and Company for
eicritnp:.! bridcenver the Allegheny river, op
posiip Piitsbnrtr, in the county of Allegheny,"
will he held at" the general office of tbe com
pany, at the Pittsburg; end of th6 bridge, on
FRIDAY . May SO next, at 10 o'clock a. St., to
consider and pass udoh the question of increas
ing the capital stock to enable the company to
renew and extend the structure of tbeir bridge.
WM. ROSEBURG, Treasurer and Clerk.
Office of Treasurer Allegheny
COVNTY. April 1, 1b80. (
In pursuance of tbe twenty-first section of an
act relating to Allegheny county, approved the
1st day of May, 1801, and of the amendments of
the said section,' approved the 30th day of
March, 1866. 1 do hereby give notice that tbe
duplicates for the several wards, boroughs and
townships will bq opearand I will beprepaied
to receive tbe county. State and poor taxes for
1890 on and after tbe 1st day of May, 1S90. Said
taxes cau be paid at this, office until the 1st
day of August with a deduction of 5 per
cent for prompt payment to all persons paying
the whole amount of these taxes.
There will be no- reduction allowed during
the month of August., "
There will be 10 per cent added to all taxes
remaining unpaid on tbe 1st day of September,
1&90. WILLIAM HILL,
mb29-63-D Treasurer ot Allegheny County.
East End Residences.
TO LET-QUEEN ANNE BRICK HOUSE, 12
rooms, all modern Improvements, corner
Westminster and Lilac sts.. shadystde. Inquire
at ROOM 51, Safe Deposit Building. mh27-3a
TO LET-ELEGANT NEW HOUSES: JUST
completed; stone fronts;, late style: seven
rooms: well finished: latest improvements: streets
improved; on Alpha Terrace. Beatty St.. near
inland avenue, EastKud: location very desirable.
See W. A. HERRON St SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
TO LET-BRICK HOUSE OF SIX ROOMS'AND
about 12 acres of ground, with stable, spring
house and spring of excellent water, good orchard
and abundance of- shrubbery: situated three-:
fourths of a mile from Sharpsburg. on Klttannlng
turnpike. Inquire of J. S. MCPHERSON, at
Greenwood Cemetery, or J. G. WEIR. 1329 Liber
ty ave., Pittsburg. ap6-02
TO LET-A LARGE SECOND-STORY FRONT
room, also a room on third story ot NO. 49
LINCOLN AVE., Allegheny. Boarding furnished
It desired. apS-143
Offices. Detk Room. &c
TO LET-FOURTH STORY- OF NO. 99 FIFTH
avenue, part of what has been heretofore
known as The Dispatch Building: room suitable
for lodge room or for light manufacturing. For
Particulars see BUS. MGR. DISPATCH, comer
mlthfield and Diamond sts. ' mH7-117
O LET-LODGE ROOM: HANDSOMELY
furnished, electric llgnt: located within
three minutes' walk of Postofflce. Apply to GIL
BERT A. HAYS. 59 Fourth ave. mhl6-15-UWF8u
TO LET-HALLS OR LODGE ROOMS AT 101
Fifth avenue, top floor, first and third Sun
day afternoon: every Sunday and Saturday even
ing; every Tuesday, alternate Wednesdays, al
ternate Thursdays. Apply ON PREMISES on
fourth floor. ap7-27-MWF
TO LET-OR FOR SALE-THE LARGE 5
sturled Iron front warehouse on Penn ave
nue, near Twelfth street, suitable for flour and
feed or other business: very superior facilities;
elevator, offices, etc.; Immediate possession.
JAS W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue. Pitts
PASTORITJS. successor to MARTELL, the
sign painter, has removed to corner Fifth ave.
and Smithfield St., third floor; entrance on
Fifth ave. - ap3-MWF
J. McKAIN &SON,
Have Removed to
702-7M LIBERTY STREET.
Notice to Builders.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at the office of F. J. Osterling,
architect, 42 Fifth ave.. until APR1L17. for the
erection of the Franklin public schonl building,
on the property corner Franklin. Logan and
Hazel streets, Pittsburg, Plans and specifica
tions can be seen at tbe office of the architect.
Bond to the amount of the contract must ac
company each bid.
GEO. BOOTH. Secretary.
SEALED PROPOSALS FOR THE CON
STRUCTION and completion ot all brick,
carpenter, joiner, stair, iron. tin. painting,
roofing and plastering work for the new church
building will be received at the parish house ot
St. Peter and Paul's Church. Larimer ave..
E, E., Pittsbure. Pa., on or before May 1, at 3
F. M. Plans and specifications can be seen at
the pastor's residence. Tbe committee reserves
the right to reject any or all bids.
REV. JOS. STJEHR,
ILOSUJG OUT ASSIUNEE'S SALE OF
FINE PARLOR SUITS.
along with the fnrnishment ot an East End
residence, at auction,
TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 8.
At 10 o'clock, at the rooms, Ko. 311 Market st.
Sobmer piano, almost new. walnut and oak
chamber suits, bair mattresses, fine body brus
sels. moquet and velvet hall, room and stair
carpets, bedsteads, bureaus, washstands. ward
robes, hall racks, rockers, chairs, extension ta
bles, large refrigerator, stoves, sideboard, ball
rack, plush lambrequins, silverware, dishes,
cooking utensils, rugs, and also the balance ot
those IS handsome parlor suits, which will pos
itively be closed out.' as consignor is in need of
HENRY AUCTION COMPANY.
THE CHALFONTE, ATLANTIC CITY.
On the beach. North Carolina ave.; unob
structed ocean view; salt water baths in the
bouse; elevator; now open.
fe9-114-I E. ROBERTS fc SONS.
Elegantly furnished new hotel now open;
sun parlors, open wood fires, electric lights, ele
vator; 30 miles from Philadelphia via Penna.
R, R. For rooms, circulars, address
P. S. ATT1CK. Mgr-mhl9-51-D
Brown's Mills P. O.. N. J.
CAPE MAY, N. J.
Accommodates 300 guests; open all the year,
omnibus and sea water baths free to guests;
the finest summer and winter resort on the
coast: house within 50 feet nf the surf.
mh40-D JAMES & STEFFNER.
1 OCEAN GROVE, N. J.
Accommodations and appointments first
class. Services the best. Accommodates 350.
Will open May 1, 1890.
mh80-D rt'SL P. DOLBEY, Prop.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J,
LEEDS & LIPPINCOTT.
ROBT. J. PEACOCK. Clerk. feglSO-P
GRAND CENTRAL RINK.
Penn ave., near Sixth St.
Six days', 142 hours, go-as-you-please race.
Most prominent pedestrians ever entered in a
Under the personal 'management of Harry
WILL CLOSE SATURDAY NIGHT, April 12.
JG.000 WILL BE EXPENDED.
Greatest sporting etent ever held in Pittsburg.
General admission 23 cents. at.6-20
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
LONDON GAIETY COMPANY,
FAUST UP TO DATE.
Next Week-THE WIFE. ap7-23
M. R LEAVlTrs Snectaele,
SPIDER AND FLY.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
April 14 "Two Old Cronies. ap7-9
TTARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
Xo-night, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and
THE IRWIN BRO.'S BIG SPECIALTY CO.,
With all new features. ap6-4
WORLD'S MUSEUM-GEO. LIPPERT.
3-LEGGED MAN, BIG ALICE, Pror.
Angelb .ind his performing birds, tho World's
Great Specialty Company No. 2, consisting
of 12 of tbe most refined specialties now be
fore the public. Admission 10c Children 5a
House of eight rooms; good location: good
sized lot, well filled with fruit; all in prime con
dition; on line of cable road. Apply to
ap15 919 Liberty street.
TO-LET OFFICES. -
liERMANIA SAVINGS BANK BUILDING,
Wood and Diamond streets.
At Low Rent. ,
Singly or in suites.
All modern conveniences, elevator, janitor
service, etc etc For terms apply at the Bank.
O. D.XEVIS, Solicitor of Patents,
131 Fifth avenue, above Smithfield, next Leader
office (No delay.) Established 20 years.
Has been removed to corner Bmlthfleld and
DEDICATION OF FRESCO ALLEY.FROil
Ward street to Meyran street.
Know all men by these presents, that I, tbe
undersigned owner of all the property occupied,
by Fresco alley, 20 feet In width, between Ward
street and Meyran street, in the Fourteenth,
ward, as located by an ordinance approved Jan
uary 20. 1890, do hereby dedicate the said alley
between the above mentioned streets to and
for public use. and I do hereby waive any and
all claims for damages or benefits which may
accrue to and by reason of the said Fresco al
ley as above mentioned being opened for public
use as aforesaid. W. DEWEES WOOD.
City of Pittsburg, ss.
Personally appeared before me. tbe sub
scriber. Geo. Sheppard. City Clerk. W. D
Wood, who. being duly affirmed according to
law. doth depose and say that tbe signatures at
tached to the accompanying dedication of
Fresco alley, in tbe Fourteenth ward, are ths
genuine signatures of the persons represented;
that they are the owners of all property on,
that portion of said alley to be dedicated; that
the signers thereto own all of the property abut
ting thereon, and further deponent saith not.
W. DEWEES WOOD.
Affirmed and subscribed before me this lStlx
dav of February. 1890.
SEAL. GEO. SHEPPARD. City Clerk.
In Councils, March 10, 1890, read, accepted
H. P. FORD. President of Select CounciL
Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD. Clerk of Select
CounciL G. L. HOLLIDAY. President of
Common CounciL Attest: GEO. BOOTH,
Clerk of Common Council. '
Recorded in Ordinance Book, voL 7. page 359,
April 3, A. D. 189U
VTOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
jlM reports of viewers on the construction ot
sewers on Stanton avenue, from Negley avenua
to culvert 650 feet west of Negley avenue, and
Center avenue, from Summit, near AUequtppa
street, to Reed street, have been approved by
Councils, which action will be final unless an
appeal is filed in tbe Court of Common Plea
within ten (101 days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
Pittsburg, April 3, 1&90. ap3-ll
VTOTIICE IS HEREBY GITVEN THAT
Xl the reports of viewers on the grading,
paving and curbing of Shiloh street, from
Grandview avenue to Southern avenue, and
Mahon street from Kirkpatrlck street to
Chauncey 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 Pubho WorSw.
PlTTSBCBO, April 3. 18CKX ap3-41
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVEDatthe office of City Controller
until Friday, April IL 1890. at 2 p. m., for laying;
water pipe on the following streets:
6,800 feet, more or less, 30-inch pipe on
Roup street from Center avenue to Ellsworth.
Ellsworth avenue from Roup street to Nevillo
Neville street from Ellsworth avenue to Win-
10,000 feet, more or les, 24-inch pipe on
Wintbrop street from Neville street to Dith-
Ditbridee street from Wmthrop street to
Forbes street from Dithrldge street to a polnS
west of Brady street.
Contract to be completed by June 1, 1S90.
For hauling and delivering 2,313 tons, mora
or less, 12-inch. 16-incb. 24-inch and 30-inch
water pipe and special castings on the above
For furnishing and delivering f. o. b. carsj
50. more or Ies, 4-inch gate valves.
100, more or less, 6-inch gate valves.
6. more or less, 8-inch gate valves.
6. more or less, 12-inch gate valves.
4. moro or less, 15-inch gate valves.
15, more or less, 16-mch gate valves.
10. more or less, 24-inch gate valves.
6. more or lesy, 30-inch gate valves.
2, more or less, 36-inch gate valves.
50, more or less, slide-gate single fire hydrants.
25. more or less, slide-gate double fire hydrant.
55 tons pig lead, equal to Penna. refined.
For specifications, blanks on which bids muse
bo made, and all other Information, apply at
the office of Superintendent of Water Supply
Each proposal must be accompanied by a
bond in double the amount of the estimated,
cost, probated before the Mayor or City Clerk.
Tbe Department of Awards reserve the right
to reject any or all bids.
Chief of Department of Public Works
PTTTSB0EO, April 1, 1890. apl-68
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE
vacation of Jefferson street, from'Madi
son'street to Ridge street.
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the)
city of Pittsburg in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and
enacted by the authority of the same. That
Jefferson street, from Maaison street to Ridga
street, in tbe Thirteenth ward, be and the same
is hereby vacated.
Section 2 That any ordinance or part of
ordinance conflicting with tbe provisions of
this ordinance be and tbe same is hereby re
pealed so iar as the same affects this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils
this 10th day of March. A. D. 1S90.
H. P. FORD, President of Select CounciL
Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD. Clerk of Select
Council. GEO. L. HOLLIDAY. President ot
Common Council. Attest: GEO. BOOTH,
Clerk of Common Council.
Mayor's office, March 13, 1890. Approved:
WM. McCALLIN, Mayor. Attest: W. H.
McCLEARY. Mayor's Clerk.
Recorded in Ordinance Book, vol. 7, page)
349. 28th day of March. A. D. 189a
AN ORDINANCE-LOCATING MONTE
ZUMA street, lrom Apple street to Park:
avenue (Twenty-first ward).
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and
enacted by tbe authority of tbe same, That
Montezuma street, from Apple street to Parte
avenue. Twenty-first ward, bo and the same 13
hereby located as follows, to wit: The center
line shall begin on the north line of Appla
street at a distance of 198.90 feet southeasterly
from the southeast line of Park avenue: tbenca
deflecting to tbe left 90 degrees in a direction
of north 39 degrees 34 minutes east for a dis
tance of about 1000.00 feet to its intersection
with tbe east line of Park avenue, and the said
Montezuma street shall be of a width of fifty
Section 2 That any ordinance or part of or
dinance conflicting with the provl-ions of this
ordinance be aud the same is hereby repealed
so far as tbe same affects this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils
this 10th day of March. A. D. 189a
H. P. FORD, President of Select Council.
Attest GEO. SHEPPARD, Clerk of Selecs
Council. G. L, HOLLIDAY. President of
Common Council. Attest: GEO. BOOTH, Clerk
of Common Council.
Mayor's office. March 13, 189a Approvedt
WM. McCALLIN, Mayor. Attest: W. H.Mr
CLEARY. Mayor's Clerk.
Recorded in Ordinance Book, vol. 7, page 353;
31st day of March. A. D 139a
AN ORDINANCE RE-ESTABLISHING
the grade of DUhridge street, from Fiftn
avenue to Forbes street.
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by tho
city of Pittsburg in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled and it is hereby ordained and
enacted by the authority of the same. That tho
grade "t the east curb line of Dithridge street,
from Fifth avenue to Forbes street, be and tha
same is hereby re-established as follows, to wit:
Beginning on the south curb ltna of Fifth ave
nue at an elevation of 229.24 feet; thence rising
for a distance of 10 feet to the south building;
line of Fifth avenue at an elevation of 229.294
feet; thence falling at the rate of L83 feet per
100 feet for a distance of 716 feet to a P. C. at an
elevation or 215.65 feet; thence falling by a con
vex parabolic curve for a distance of 80 feet to
aP.T. at an elevation of 212.33 feet: tbenca
falling at th rate of 6.433 icet per 10U feet for a
distance of 127.07 feet to tho north building line
of Forbes street at an elevation of 204.16 feet;
thence falling for a distance of 12.33 feet to tbe
north curb lme of Forbes street at an elevation
of 203.664 feet.
Section 2 That any ordinance or part of
ordinance conflicting with the provisions ot
this ordinance be and the same is hereby
repealed, so far as the Same affects this ordi
nance. Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils
this 10th dav of .March. A. D. 180.
H. P. FORD. President of Select rjonceil.
Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD. Clerk of Select
Council. G. L. HOLLIDAY, President ot
Common Council. Attest: GEO. BOOTH,
sicrjk ui uuuaua isouucii.
Mayor's office. March 13, 1890. Approved:"
WM. McCALLIN. Mayor. Attest: W. S.
McCLEARY. Mayor's Clerk.
Recorded in Ordinance Book, vol. 7. page 354.
31st day of March. A. D 189a
Continued on Seventh and Eighth Pages.
R1VATE LESSONS IN ITALIAN LAN
GUAGE lor lady and gentlemen (children
not admitted); price for term very moderate
Address all communications to MRS. ARMIDA,
SONNATI, No. 12 W. Diamond st, Allegheny
HUBBARD RUSKS. WE HAVE JUST
received our importation of "Hubbard's
celebrated Rusks." known throughout Scot
laud as the best food for infants and invalids.
GEO. K. STEVENSON A CO.
mh-Sorwr Sixth avenue.
. M ORGANS.
And all manner of Small Instruments
ael0-D Fifth avenue,
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