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THE MW FIRE KtJLES.
If the Director Follows Instructions He Wilt Earn His Salary. UAflT SEW ORDERS LAID DOWN. An Inspection of the Bravest and Houses Must be Made Weellj. THE MEN CAKKOT GO IKTO BALOOKS At the meeting of Councils to-day Chief Brown, of the Department of Public Safety, will hare presented a paper outlining the duties of Fire Director and Court Officer. These are the two new positions the Chief asks Councils to create. "When the ordi nance was first presented, an objection was raised upon the ground that men were already being paid for attending to these duties. The Chief is prepared to show them that this is not true. The duties of the Court Officer hare already been presented in The Dispatch, and those of Fire Di rector are as follows: He shall always be subject to the au thority, control and supervision of the Chief of the Department of Public Safety; he shall have the power and command set forth in the following rules: Eule 1 A director of fires shall be as signed to the Bureau of Fire, who shall have his office in such place as the Chief of the Department of Public Safety may de termine and shall be subject to such rules and regulations as the Chief of the Depart ment of Public Safety may at any time pre scribe. TO KATE ABSOLUTE CONTBOL. Rule 2 The Fire Director shall have abso lute command, control, charge, manage ment, discipline and supervision of every officer and employe in the Bureau of Fire, save only the superintendent thereof. He shall take cognizance of any and all neglect ot duty by any of said officers ot the bureau or by any oi the employes thereof. J Knit 3 He snail nave aDsoiute com mand, control, charge and management of every fire in the city of Pittsburg, and the Assistant Superintendent in the various districts shall be subject to his command and control at such fires. At an alarm of fir: he shall report promptly to the place iron which the alarm has been sent, and shall assume control, designate the location of plugs to which tne various companies shall be assigned, ascertain the extent, size and magnitude ot the fire, and have author ity to send in other and additional alarms calling out such districts in the city as may in his judgment be required. ANOTHER SEW ffBINKLE. Rule 4 The Director shall, when other alarms are sent in, always send messengers to intercept the coming steamers at some point designated on the fire chart, to inform the Captain of each company what fire plug has been assigned to them, and impart to the Captain the nature and extent ot the fire, so as to enable them to speedily have a stream of water playing on the Eame, and to handle his company in an intelligent and expeditious manner. Rule 5 He shall have full power and authority to order any and all of the said employes of the Bureau of Fire to their re spective duties and to direct what particular duties shall from time to time be performed by the various men in the engine houses in the city limits. Rule 6 The Fire Director shall be re sponsible for the extinction of any and all fires within the city and for the best pro tection of person and property possible. TO INSPECT THE HOUSES. Rule 7 The Fire Director shall be respon sible for the good discipline, good conduct and efficiency of the force of the Fire Bureau; he shall see that the men are prop erly exercised, that each man knows exactly what his duty is. and intelligently under stand how to perform it;, that the physical strength of the company shall be carefully looked after and that their welfare and efficiency shall, by all possible means be cromoted. He shall weekly, and oftener if necessary, inspect each engine house in the bureau and shall keep himself fully in formed concerning the manner in which the men in each engine house discbarge and perform their various duties, to the end that he may at all times know whether or not they are faithfully and efficiently performing the same. He shall receive the reports of the captains and other officers in command of engine houses at 9 A. sl daily, and report in person at 10 a. Ji. daily to the Chief of the Department of Public Safety. MUST KSO THE LAWS. Rule 8 The Fire Director shall see that within the city all the laws of the State and ordinances of the corporation of the city of Pittourg, oi wmcn he nas cognizance, are rightly enforced. He shall transmit to the Chief of the Department of Public Safety, all charges against members of the bureau, and shall make monthly reports, in writing, to the Chief of the Department of Public Safety, of the condition of the Fire Bureau and the condition of each engine house, to gether with such statistics and suggestions as may be deemed advisable for the good dis cipline of the Fire Bureau. Rule 9 The Fire Director Bhall attend daily a meeting of the officers of the Bureau of Fire; at which meeting the Chief of the Department of Public Safety, Fire Director and three Assistant Superintendents, shall be present, and at which time any and all reports of fire matters shall be made fully known and explained to the Chief of the Department of Public Safety. On Mondays of each and every week the said Fire Director shall attend a meeting as aforesaid, at which he shall have, in addition to the parties above named, each and every captain of every engine house in the city, which meeting shall be held at 10 A. 21. Rule 10 The Fire Director shall keep at his office such books of record as shall be prescribed by the Chief of the Depart ment or Public Safety. Among others he shall have a requisition book, from which he shall issue orders to the superintendent of the bureau for any article or thing he may need for the use of the Fire Bureau. TO ENFORCE CLEANLINESS. Rule 11 The Fire Director must see that each engine house and other fire quarters in the city are clean and neat, and always in good order; that the men are comfortably provided for; that the company's books are kept in conformity to the rules and regula tions, and that the men are faithful to the discharge of all their duties; that thev are courteoHS and gentlemanly in all their rela tions to each other. Rule 13 The Fire Director will be held to a strict responsibility for the general good condition of each engine house, 3b well as the good order in the same. And while no rule is laid down for hisprecise government, it is expected that the Fire Director will visit the engine houses within the city at un certain hours of the day and night; that he will diligently inquire into every complaint made by citizens against the men while on duty, and or the general good condition of the officers in and about the engine houses, report all violations of the rules and regula tions in reference to conduct and other mat ters to the Chief of the Department of Pub lic Safety. Eule 13 The Fire Director is absolutely prohibited from indulging in profane or vul gar language at any time or under any cir cumstances while in the discharge ot his duties as Fire Director. Rule 14 The Fire Director, together with the Assistant Superintendents shall consti tute a board for the investigation of all complaints against the members of the bureau. This board shall cause a record to be kept of the charge, testimony and de fense; this, together with the findings of said board shall be 6nbmitted to the Chief of the Department of Public Safetv for his approval. BTJLES FOB THE BRAVEST. Rule 16 The Fire Director shall have the power to suspend any emplove in the bureau for the following named oflenses: u-imuiispaiMc nouses ana drinking I ssloons while In uniform whether on duty or off duty. Second Sleeping while on duty or willfully neglecting to perform duties which may be as signed to him. Third Wilful disobedience, or uslne pro fane, vulgar or disreputable language to any superior officer or to any fellow member of the bureau or to any citizen. Fourth He shall have power to suspend from duty, pending an investigation, any mem ber ot the bureau lor any improper or immoral conduct unbecoming a member of the Bureau of Fire. Rule 16 The Fire Director shall be pos sessed of. or shall acauire such scientific knowledge as shall enable him to operate the Fire Bureau with the best possible re sults the maximum of power with the minimum ot danger. He shall thoroughly acquaint himselt with the tensile strength of all building material, shall fully acquaint himself with chemical combustion, air cur rents, gases that may be caused by building material, or by the contents of large ware houses and stores; he shall keep a fire chart which shall he made so as to exhibit by com parison all the different fires that may occur within the limits of the city of Pittsburg, and he shall make himself thoroughly ac quainted with a scientific knowledge that shall enable him to jntelligently perform the duties appertaining to his office, and he shall make a theoretical study of all subjects th.it shall tend to give him the scientific training and knowledge. Eule 17 The Fire Director will be held to a strict accountability tor the faithful performace of the foregoing rules and the rigid enforcements of all regulations apper taining to the Bureau of Fire. OFFICES CROSS VICTIM MAY DEB. la Cnso He Does (he Ex-Folleemnn Will Be Arrested. Joshua Kuttall. the man who was, shot by Officer Cross at Glenwood, on the night of April 12, is still at the hospital. It was re ported yesterday that the man was dead, but this was found to be untrue, although he is in a critical condition. Inspector Mc Aleese thought the man's condition such that it was necessary to apprehend Cross, the colored police officer, who was sus pended at the time of the shooting. IfNuttall dies, Cross will be arrested and a charge of mnrder made against him by the Inspector. The latter had De tective Shore working on the case yesterday. The bullet has been extracted from the left groin. CAUGHT SHOOTING CRAPS. A Party of Petty Gamblers Gobbled Up by Ibo Police. The space on'the Monongahela wharf, un der the Baltimore and Ohio Depot, has been the resort for all kinds of tough characters lately. Yesterday Detective Fitzgerald was sent to investigate. He found six men and boys playing craps and poker, and by his presence kept others from locating there. The crap shooters and poker players were arrested and taken to Central Station, where they registered for a hearing this morning. THE BOOM X5 KENTUCKY. Host Investment Is Encouraged and Far thered Ht Asbland Lots to bo Bought Without Risk The Coming Male. Cincinnati Commercial-Gazette. A prospector who has been in Eastern Kentucky lor several weeks was telling on 'Change yesterday about the boom at Ash land and the confidence and activity pre vailing there since the Ashland Improve ment Company began to develop the place by buying out the John Means interest. "I bought a lot on speculation," he said, "and got terms that show how much confidence the agents there have in the future of the place. I paid one-third cash, and got my title bond without making any notes lor the deferred payments. There is no personal liability for the deferred payments, and if I sell my lot for an increased price the pur chaser gets my title bond and has no per sonal liability. There is a great deal of dif ference between this plan and giving promissorv notes, which come back to -plague you if the person to whom you make e sale should default in his payments. It gives every man with small means a good chance to speculate with his ready cash without having his other property held liable for results. The lot is its own se curity. It shows that the people of Ash land and the new company have lots of faith in their own town when they take the property itself as sufficient security, because it shows they believe it will advance in price." The prospector was Mr. John T. Broad nax, of Philadelphia. He said Ashland was busy with signs of activity. Streets are being graded, street car lines building, work progressing on several new manufacturing L establishments, the big hotel crowded with visitors, many sleeping on cots, and every thing was lively. "All Eastern Kentucky is booming," he said, "but Ashland takes the cake. If the letters pouring in there mean business, the big sale of lots on May 20 will bring a tremendous crowd of people to buy. I was shown letters from Dakota, Michigan, New York, Ohio and all the States surrounding. From Ashland south west to Middlesborough, Kentucky is about to enter upon a career of wonderful develop ment, which will be of great benefit to the country. Pennsylvania and Ohio do not want to see the iron interest transferred away off to Alabama, leaving a gulf be tween. The natural course of development is through the great coking coal field of Eastern Kentucky, and with Ashland guarding one end and Middlesborough the other, Kentucky has two strong points of beginning. Ashland .is a very successful iron town, and will soon have a great steel plant. In all other respects it is growing wonderfully, and the Northern people at the sale on May 20 will see in Ashland something to surprise them, if they have the usual idea ot Southern towns. Ashland is like a Northern town, and has the largest proportion of manufacturing population in Kentucky." Improved Service on the 15. & O. The progressiveness of the present man agement of the B. & O. R. R. Co. is still further evidenced by the recent improve ments in their passenger train service from Pittsburg. Under the schedule taking effect Mav 11 the dav express leaving Pittsburg ntsnn ' I m. will be run as a separate and independent train jind the entire Irnln in.lnil:.. U- gage cars, day coaches and Pnllman parlor car, will be run through to Baltimore via Washington, making close connection at Washington with parlor car train for Phila delphia. On the same date the Western express, leaving Pittsburg at 7:05 a. jl, becomes a solid train, equipped with Pullman Buffet parlor car, the entire train running through from Pittsburg to Cincinnati without change via Wheeling, Zanesville and Columbus.. LADIEV HOChE WRAPPERS. First Floor of Clonk noose. In prints, choice patterns ?1 25 and 1 50. In Century cloth, 52. In challis and sateen, S3. In gingham, $2 to 55. In Baptiste, very large line, 53 50 to SI 50. Finer gingham suits and sateen suits, in very choice patterns and new styles, are also on first floor of cloak and suit department. .5 OS. HoitirE & Co.'s Penn Avenue Stores. New flannel blouses for ladies' wear, S3. A Record Breaker. ' Our sale of S7 90 men's suits is a genuine record smasher. Not only do we sell all wool black cheviots at this price, but also silk mixtures, cassimeres, fancy worsteds and broadwales. Call to-dav and take your choice of the'entire lot at $7 90. These suits usually sell for $15 and $ls, but we are mak ing this unparalleled offer to move goods quickly. P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Dia mond sts., opp. the Court House. Girls' Tricycles From $5 up at Harrison's Toy Store, 123 Federal it, Allegheny. TBE AN OLD-TIME HOAX. How Ten Thousand People Were Sold, More Than Forty Tears Ago. THE CELEBRATED FLYING GOOSE, And the Amusement It Caused at the Hand Street Bridge. THE BITERS ALSO AM0XG THE BIT The. old Hand street bridge, in recent years called the Ninth street bridge, is rapidly disappearing, one timber after an other giving place to iron beams and rods. It is the oldest bridge across either of the rivers here, and is therefore the patriarch deserving respect. Two other bridges were built before it was, but they have been long torn, down and replaced by suspension structures. The first bridge at Pittsburg was a cov ered, wooden one at the foot of Smithfield" street, built in 1818. Two years later a bridge very much like it was thrown across the Allegheny river from St, Clair street, now Sixth, to Federal street. "When the Smithfield street bridge was 13 years old, its two spans toward the Pittsburg bank Tell down one night and dropped a coal wagon, the driver and four horses into the river. In 1845, when the First ward was purified by fire, the bridge went up in flames and smoke, and was succeded by Mr. Roebling's suspension bridge. Tbe wooden bridge over the Allegheny lasted 40 years, when the present Sixth street bridge took its place. The Hand street bridge was begun in 1837 and completed in 1839, so that it is at least 51 rears old, thongh it may claim to be 53, if it be sensitive on that subject. STOET OF A BIO HOAX. The Hand street bridge was the scene of a celebrated flying machine hoax, of which many people still talk, but of which very few now know the facts. When built Jhere was a promenade on top of the bridge, from which there was an excellent view up and down stream. The story of the "flying goose hoax was told to THE DISPATCH yesterday by Mr. L. D. McCandless. The affair occurred on Monday, August 31, 1846. It originated from an article written by J. Herron Foster, then the editor of the Dispatch, describing a flying ma chine invented and nearly completed by a Mr. Trouberg, of Birmingham, which was to-be exhibited in public in a very short time. The machine and its inventor, if they ever existed, disappeared, and Mr. Foster and tbe flying machine became the objects ot jokes by his friends and ridicule by his cotemporarie? At a printers' dinner, in the Old Bank Exchange, he was toasted and roasted over the promised exhibition. This put an idea into the heads of some of Mr. Foster's printers, and on the Saturday night following the dinner three of The Dispatch compositors, Oscar McClelland, Dave McCreary and Hen Balsley printed and posted about the city handbills an nouncing that Mr. Trouberg, having com pleted his flying machine, would give a public display of its powers from tbe top of the Hand street bridge on the following Monday. THOUSAKDS WEKE SOLD. On that day tbe three printers went to the river to see the crowd and enjoy the result of their sell. The impression that none but the inventor and his intimate friends would be permitted on the promenade left that de sirable position comparatively free. Every available point on both' banks of the river was occupied, and the surface of the stream swarmed with rowboats. The crowd was estimated at nearly 10,000. While the three printers were enjoying the affair hugely laughing at the auxiety of the multitude, thev were surprised to see a commotion among the people on tbe prom enade, and to distinguish two men carrying a conee sacc. xney were coniounded when the sack was opened and a live goose flew from the top of the bridge to the water be low. The printers had no knowledge of this appropriate climax, but they joined in the yells of the multitude as the goose went flapping into the water. Ralph Jackson, a well-known citizen, and John Plankerton, a steamboat pilot, feeling certain that the thing was a hoax, had bought the goose on their way to the bridge. When it reached the water it was chased by a number of boats. Little Alec Murray, a steamboat steward, captured the bewildered bird. On the next trip of the Clipper No. 2 he gave the goose to J. H. Green, the reformed gam bler. He took it with him to his home in Kentucky, where it may vet be alive. Green took good care of it, and several years afterward said he still had the goose at his home in Bowling Green. Headache, neuralgia, dizziness, nerv ousness, spasms, sleeplessness, cured bv Dr. Miles' Nervine. Samples free at Joseph Fleming & Son's, Market st OlEETlNGs. "ItTEMBERS OF MANCHESTER CASTLE JL No. 212, Knights of the Golden Eagle, are requested to meet at their hall, corner of Beaver avenue and Juniata street, Allegheny, on TUESDAY. Mav IS, at 1 p. it. sharp"" at tend the funeral of our late brother, A.B,Chapm. Members of sister castles are cordially invited to attend. myl2-18 MEMBERS OP PEERLESS COUNCIL No. 846. Jr. O. U. A. M.. are requested to meet at their hall, corner of Pennsylvania avenue and Bidweil street, Allegheny, on TUESDAY, May 13. at 1 P. it, sharp, to attend the funeral of onr late brother, A. B. Chapin. Member of sister councils are cordially invited to attend. my!2-17 VTTICE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS Ll of Lincoln Standard Lodge Ho. 43, Sons ot St. George, are requested to meet at their hall, corner of Twenty-second street and Penn avenue, on TUESDAY, MAY 13, at 1 p. m. sharp, to attend the funeral of our late brother. Brown Hodgson. Sister lodges are respectfully invited to attend. By order of GEO. H. WIL K1NS, W. P., RICHARD MUSE, W. S. myl2-27 OFFICE OK l The Bridgewater Gas Company, Rochester, pa.. April ib, ikw. A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE STOCK HOLDERS of this company will be held at tbe office. Rochester, Pa., on THURSDAY, June 19. 1890, at 3 o'clock P. M., to vote for or against a proposition to reduce the capital stock. The amount of the proposed reduction Is 7,054 shares, having a value at par of $708,400. F. L. STEPHENSON. Secretary. ap!8-3-MWS OFFICIAL PITTSBURG. TT OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN-THAT THE Li report of Viewers on the grading, paving and curbing of Allen street, from Washington avenue to Lillian street, has been approved by Councils, which action will be final unless an appeal Is filed in the Court of Common Picas within ten (10) days from date. KM. B1GELOW. Chief of Department of Public Works. PlTTSUURO, May L 1890. myl-94 Pittsburg. May 10. 1890. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE CEIVED at the office of City Controller until SATURDAY. MAY 24, 1890. at 2 P. M , for the erection of an engine house at the corner of Shiloh and Virginia streets, in the Thirty-second ward. Plans and specifications can be seen at the office of F. J. Ostcrlinc, Esq., architect. No. 42 Fifth avenue. Pittsburg. , Bond in double tbe amount of bid must ac company each proposal, said bond to be ex ecuted before tbe Mayor or City Clerk. The Department of Awards reserve the right to reject any orH bids. J. O. BROWN. Chief of Department of Public Safetv. my!2-36 VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE .1M reports of viewers on the construction of se ers on Harvard street, from Negley avenue to Euclid street: Center avenue. Irom College avenne to Graham street; .Conrad street, from Penn avenue to Liberty avenue, and Butler street extension and private properties, from Shakespeare street to Fifth avenne and Butler street extension, have been approved by Coun cil', which action will be final unless an apneal is filed in the Court of Common Pleas within ten (10) days from date. E. M. BIGELOW, Chief of Department of Public Works. PITTSBURG. May 1. ZS9Q. myl-94 PI AN Ob, ORGANS, And all manner ot Small Instruments AT HAMILTON'S. ap29 78 Fifth ayenue.-D PITTSBURG DISPATCH, tS-IHsplay advertisements one dollar" per tquare or one insertion. Classified advertise menu on this page such at Wanted, For Bale, To Let, eft, ten cents per line or each inser tion, and none taken for lest than fifty 'ents. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BRANCH OFFICES. the branch office FOE THE bouth- S1DE HAS BEEN REMOVED TO NO. 1113 CAKSON STREET. ADVERTISEMENTS, NEWS AND SUBSCRIP TIONS CAN BE LEFT THERE BOTH FOR GENERAL EDITIONS, AND FOR THE SPECIAL 80UTHS1DE ISSUE PUBLISHED EACH bATUEDAY. BRANCH OFFICES ARE ALSO ESTAB LISHED AT THE FOLLOWING PLACES, AT ALL OF WHICH WANT, FOR SALE, TO LET, AND OTHER TRANSIENT ADVERTISE MENTS WILL BE RECEIVED UP TO 8 P. M. FOR INSERTION NEXT MORNING: Advertisements are to be prepaid except where advertisers already have accounts with Tbjb D1S- l-ATUIi PITTSBURG. THOMAS MCCAFFREY. 35o9 Butler street. EMIL G. STUCKEY. 24th street and Penn ave. E. G. STUCKEY ACO., Wylle ave. and Fultonst 1. STOK.ELY, Fifth Avenue Market Hones. KA8T SND. J. W. WALLACE. 6121 Penn avenne. OAKT.AKD. MCALLISTER ft SHEIBLER, Ctn av. ft AtwOOd It. SOUTH8IDK. JACOB SPOHN. No. ICarson street. ALLEGHENY. A. J. KAERCHEK, 29 Federal street. H. J. McBRlDE, Market House, Allegheny, FRED H. EGGERS. 172 Ohio street. F. H. EGOERS&SON, Ohio and Chestnut U. J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets. THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aves. G. IV. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves. PERRY M. G LEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves. T. R. MORRIS, 636 Preble ave. M1LLVALE BOROUGH. W. W. FLOCKER. Stationer, No. 4 Grant ave. SHARPSBURG. C. BELLMAN. Stationer, 818 Main st. ADVERTISERS, PLEASE NOTICE! THE BUSINESS OFFICE OF THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH HAS BEEN REMOVED to corner Smithfield and Diamond Streets. WANTED. ainle HclD. ' w ANTFD GOOD BARBER AT S807 FIFTH AVENUE, Oakland. myiz-10 -W7"ANTE-A COMPETENT MAN AS FORE V MAN of a white lead works. Inquire at ROOM 314, Lewis Block. mjS-78 -TITANTED-85 COAL MINERS AT CLIFF YY M1N E. Shire Oaks station. P., V. C. Ry. ; steady work at district prices. my9-33-D WANTED AbSIhTANT DRUG CLERK; mnst be registered. Call on A. J. KAERCHER, Alleghenj, Pa. mvl2-9 "VTTANTED-A GOOD DINING ROOM GIRL YV and dlkh washer at G1KARD HOTFL. and 22 Federal St., Allegheny, Pa. myl2-33 -TT7"ANTED-A MAN FOR STABLE WORK; VV mnst be sober and experienced. Apply T. B. MORELAND, 6100 Penn ave.. Last End. myll-32 "TAI,T1!:1,F1KS'1-CL'ASS, COAT MAKERS YV to work on fine coats. Apply JAS. DICK BON. 65 Flflb ave., cor. Wood St., second floor. my2-o -TTTAI,TKU-SH0Rr ORDER COOK; FIRST YV CLASS waiter: also boy to wash dishes at nllht. Apply EXCELSIOR LUNCH ROOM, 1127 Liberty st. myli-176 TtfANTED FIRST-CLASS TAILORS TO work on altering and repairing. Apply JAS. DICKSON, 65 Fifth ave., cor. Wood st., second floor. my2-D WANTED SMART, ENERGETIC YOUNG man In a fine large grocery store: a good chance. AdJress stating age and salary wanted, K. M. Dispatch office. myl2-3 WANTED SALESMAN TO SELL "OUR goods to manufacturers: no competition, experience unnecessary; big wages certain. RAU MFG. CO., Chicago, 111. apZS-SO-MWI "TTTANTED-COOPERS AND TANK BU1LD Vv FRS: steady work for good barrel coopers and tank builders. Apply to H. J. HEINZ CO.. No. 213 Main St., Allegheny City, Pa. mylO-45 WANTED-DRYGOODORNOTION SALES MAN to carry side line In W. Va , Ohio and Indiana on commission; small samples. Ad dress 253 N. THRD ST.. Philadelphia. myIO-78 WANTED-50 FIRST-CL.AS3 BARBERS FOR the city and country. Inquire at the lead ing barber supply depot, A. EDL1S CO., 502, 504, 506, 508, 510 Liberty St., Pittsburg, Pa. myll-103 WANTKD-ORGANIZERS OF FRATERNI TIES. The order of the Helping Hand pays (1,000 In five years: S25 weekly benefit: cash snr renderalter 2H years. Address ELMER F. KOI1IN bON, G. C. R , Lynn. Mass. myl2-31 WANTLD-6I FIRVT-t.'LASr BARBERS AT ROSS W. BLACK'S Barber Supply House. No. 133 'third avenue, tour doors below Smithfield St.. Pittsburg; the largest, finest equipped and best patronized barbers' supply house In the Btate. myl2-7 WANTED-SALEbMEN AT S75 PERSIONTH salarvand expenses, to sell a line of silver plated ware, watches, etc. ; by sample only; horse and team furnished free: write at once for full Particulars aud sample case of goods free. BTAN AltD SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass. e24-90-D -T7-ANTED-AN ACTIVE MAN FOR EACH V section, salary S75 to 100, to locally repre sent a successful N. 1. company Incorporated to supply drygoods, clothing, shoes. Jewelry, etc., to consumers at cost; also a lady of tact, salary f40, to enroll members (80,000 now enrolled, $100,000 Bald in); references exchanged. EMPIRE CO PER ATI VE ASSOCIATION (credit well rated). Lock Box 7G7, N. Y. fe7-76-M WANTED-TO MACHINISTS-ONE ORTWO good men (practical preferred) to take hold ol and manage an excellent machine shop and foundry business: situate In one of the most pros perous manufacturing towns in Ohio, on line of railroad; a rare opening and splendid chance to get a foothold in a good paying business. Partic ulars from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenne, Pittsburg. mylO-56-D WANTED SALESMEN ON SALARY OR commission to handle the new patent chem ical Ink erasing pencil; the greatest selling nov elty ever produced: erases Ink thoroughly In two seconds: no abrasion of piper; 200 to 500 per cent profit: one agent's sales amounted to 620 In six days: another 32 In two hours: we want one en ergetic aeneral agent for each State and Territory; sample by mall 35 cts. For terms and full partic ulars, address THE MONROE ERASEK MFG. CO., La Crosse, A Is myll-26 WAN1ED-AGENTS-A GODSEND TO THE Installment business: the best selling arti cles for Installment agents ever introduced are the new Catholic Shrines of Blessed Virgin, bacred Heart, etc.; nothing sells like them since first introduction of rugs: agents actually earn five times their usual pay; if your local Install ment dealer does not handle them, have him write or you send me his address; a snap to the agents and dealer who cover the ground first; strike while the Iron Is hot; It will piy to telegraph for particulars or roods: cut this out. HERIIERT CONSTABLE. 23 Knceland St.. Boston. Mass., manufacturer of Installment goods. myll-170 Female IlrlD. WANTEO-SECOND COOK, ALSO KITCHEN girl. Applv 800 PENN AVE. myI2-2S WANTED-A WOMAN TO COOK AND ONE to wash about two days a week, or take the washing home. Apply at NEWSBOYS' HOME, 15 Old avenue, rear of jail. myl2-29 Slnlc nnd Femnlo Help. XVTANTFD-MAI.B, OR FEMALE COOK FOR tV hotel, at summer resort In Ohio. Address jir.sui.i, uisnaicn onice. m)iz-z WANTED-l'AltRIAOP. DRIVER. BUTLF.lt. man for hotel, farm hands, gardeners, cooks cliambtrmnhls. house girls, 20 girls for hotels and nmiiii r resorts, woman cook 810 per week. MEE IIAN'S. 545 Grant St. myl2-D WAN 1 ID-ONE bEAMblREbS. 1 LADV3 maid. 200 house girls, cooks, chamber milds, dining room girls, nurses. German and colored girls waiters, farm hauds, gardeners. MhB. L. lHOMFfrON, 603 Grant st. apfS-MThB Summon. WANTED BY A THOROUGHLY EXPERI ENCED man a situation as superintendent or general foreman of machine shop and foundry. Address L. X., Dispatch office. myll-49 ' Pnrtners, WANTED-PARTNER-FORONE-HALF IN TEREST In well-established real estate business; to good, active business man can be had cheap. Address K. S. T., Dispatch office. myll-141 ANTED-A FINE OPPORTUNITY IS OF FRRED to a good man wishing to make tlO.OOOayear, that has 3.000 to 3,000 cash to help extend a legitimate business: this will bear In spection. Answer with full name and address 1). W., Dispatch office. mvl2-22 Financial. WANTED MORTGAGES WE HAVE money to loan In large or small amounts on Pittsburg, Allegheny or suburban Improved real estate at lowest rates. LEE, BAKNETT & CHAPLIN, 813 ood st. mylO-25-MWa WANTED-MORTGAGES-tl, 000, OOOTO LOAN . J city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand epcrcenr, ana on larms in Allegheny ana adja cent counties at 6 per cent. 1. M.PEN NOCK 4 bON. 147 fourth avenue. ap7-f41 ANTKD-TO lUAM 200.000 ON MORT- GALES; (100 and upward at 6 per cent; 500, 000 at 4S per cent on residences or business froperty; also In adjoining counties. S. H. KLN CH. 125 Fourth avenueT oc34-4 MONDAY, ,MAY ' 12, WANTED. Flnanclnl. WANTED-MOETGAGES ON .CITY OR Allegheny county property at lowest rates. HENEY A. WEAVER & CO.. K Fourth avenue, mhz-p ANrEU-MORTUAGES IN LARGE AND small amonnts at lowest rates. MA CRUM & CUBBAGEL Room 34 Fidelity Building, 121 Fourth are. fel9-61 XTT ANTED - TO LOAN MONEY AT THE TV least market rates on mprtiraKes In i LJXh2.r small amounts. See W. A. HERRON & SONS, No. 80 Fourth avenue. myl-24-MTn: WANTED-TO LOAN 500 TO ?o00,000 ON mortgaies. city ortountry property, 4)i. 5 and6pcrcent. JAS. W. DRAPE 0O..12J Fourth ave.. Plttstmrg. Telephone No. 075. mjlo-58-D WANTED-TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS of S3, 000 and upward, on city and suburhaa. property, on 4J4 percent, free of tax: also smaller amountsat5andPpercent. BLACK & BA1KD. 5 Fourth avenne. e21-dI6-D OHsceiianeoiu. WANTED-TO BUY ONF. OR TWO SECOND HAND carpets and bedsteads. Address J. N., Dispatch office. myll-51 WANTED CARPENTERS IF YOU WANT yonr wages Increased IS or 50 cents per day, send stamp for particulars to W. A. SYLVLSTER, 35 Haverhill st., Boston, Mass. -3iyl0-9-D WANTED -PARTIES WISHING TO HAVE signs painted, lnlarcreorsmall quantities, to call on oriddressPASTORIUS' SIGN WORKS, m jutn ave., cpr. anmnueiui. m)"-r' WANTED-ALL TO UBE JONES' MAGIC Roach Powder; contains nopolsoniroaches banished by contract; satisfaction given or no pay. Prepared by GEO. W. JONES, 122 Federal st Allegheny. Pa. Bold by all flrst-class drug gists. Telephone No. 3332. mv2-42-MWT WANTED-EVERlfONE TO KNOW THEY can get their Singer. Wheeler & Wilson, White, Domestic, New Home Sewing Machines repaired In first-class order: all work warranted at the lowest prices: genuine needles and attach ments at II. CARI'EK'S. 19 Sixth St. apJS-MWf FOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE Citv Residence. FOR SALE ON SECOND AVE.. THREE STOKY brick house of II rooms; lot 20x72 ft. 1. M. PEN NOCK 4 SON, 147 Fourth ave. myS-AG-MThS FOR SALE-PRICE 3,300-OVERHlLL ST., bet. Rnbeand Reed: nearly new 2-story brick dwelling: 7 rooms: modern Improvements: terms easy. J. O. REILLY, 77 Diamond St. myll-80 FOR SALE-ON PENN AVE., HANDSOME three-storv brick house ol 19 rooms with modern conveniences; lot 24x160 feet. I. M. PENNOCK&SON, 147 Fourth ave. my8-56-MTh8 FOR SALE A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE, ten rooms, late Improvements; lot 30x128 ft.; location good: on Cliff St., Eleventh ward, bee W. A. HbltROK & SONS, 60 Fourth ave. my4-59-MTh FORSALE-FOIIBES AVE.. NEAR MILTEN BERGER, a very neat 2-story brick dwelling. 5 rooms. An. attic, bath, etc.; complete In every detail: lot 10x00. J. C. BEILLY, 77 Diamond st. mjll-80 FOR BALE-FINE WASHINGTON sriSEET property; new two-story mansard, pressed brick: eight rooms; all modern conveniences; three new three-story bricks in rear: gooil big lot; decided bargain. BAXTER, THOMPSON & CO., 162 Fourth ave. . myll-99-MWT FOIt SALE AT LESS THAN COST OF building. Main street, close to Penn ave. cable line; a perfect home in every particular and will bear close Inspection: 3-story brick. 9 rooms bath and laundry, inside w. c. and other modern Improvements; beautiful lawn and garden; lot 35 xllO to alley. Further particulars from J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond St. myll-80 East nd ReMdencca. FOR SALE-S1.500 FRAME HOUSE SEVEN rooms; hays, porches ana lot 43x135, on a 60 foot street In Twenty-first ward; terms to suit. MELLON BROTHERS. 6349 Station St., E. . myll-172-MWP OR SALE S8.000-MEYRAN AVE.. OAK- L AND, 2-story and mansard brick dwelling of 7 rooms, hall, vestibule, bath, range, laundry, porcnes, etc. liUAun. & bauiu, aotourtn ave, D32 my 11-155 FOR SALE-S3,500-A NEW FRAME HOUSE In Oakland on line of new electric road; seven rooms, hall, vestibule, bath, range, slate man tels, etc. ; a big bargain. D 61 BLACK & B AIRD, 95 Fourth ave. myll-157 TTlOR SALE - ON RURAL. NEAR EUCLID I X? ave., E, E., a handsome Queen Anno frame nouse or six rooms, attic hall, bath and modern convenience": lot24xl88ft.: price only fl,800. 1. M. FKNNOUKASON, 147Fourthave. mylO-59-MWS FOR SALE-ON bT. CLAIR ST., ONE SQUARE from the Penn ave. cable cars, well located In the midst of East Liberty, lot 34x76 feet, with a good brick house of six rooms; price. (4,000: terms easy. See W. A. HERRON & SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave. my2-2-2.7,12,15 FOR BALE-AN EAST END HOUSE OF SIX rooms and large lot. at a bargain; hall, porches, cellar, etc.. house now being painted and papered and pnt Into good order; price only S2.3S0 on small payments: lmmedlite possession. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.. 129 Fourth aye.. Pittsburg. mylo-54-D FORSALE-rr.OOO A BEAU riFUL EASTEND property, amid unexcelled surroundings. Margaretta st. and Negley ave.; block stone and asphalt paving, stone sidewalks, handsome lawn; lot 57 feet front; modern press-brick house, per fectly finished and supplied with every conven ience. CHARLES SOMEK3 & CO., 313 Wood St., 6019 Penn ave.. E. E. mylo-71 FOR SALE SS.O00, OAKLAND HOUSE close to traction line on paved street, 2-story and mansard, new brick dwelling, 9rooms,halland vestibule, bath.range, laundry, etc, house beauti fully papered, elegant chande lers and gas fixtures, handsome French plate mirrors In parlor and library, wood walks, nice lot. BLACK &BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave D14 myll-156 FOR SALE-FINE EAST END RESIDENCE. Bhadyslde, elegant pressed brick front, 12 large and luxurious rooms, and all modern ap pliances throughout; complete and perfect In al most every feature: large corner lot; there Is a bargain lu this property to a prompt purchaser as the owner desires to realize. Terms, etc., from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pitts burg. my8-61-MThg FOR SALE 7.000-l,l00 ONLY OF WHICH need be paid in cash, balance time to suit pur chaser, elegant ten-room brick, now being com pleted, with all modern conveniences and adorn ments: location excellent (Amber St.), flagstone walk6, sewered perfectly; three mtnutes from Penn ave. cable and Konp station, P. R. R. CHARLES SOMERS & CO., 313 Wood st , 6019 Penn ave., E. E. mylO-71 OK SALE-NORTH HILAND AVE., TWO new brick dwellings of nine rooms each, hall, bath, laundry, h. and c. water. Inside w. c, and shutters, nat. and art. gas, porches, front and rear: only five minutes from both cable lines, in the finest residence location on the aveque: rents for 550 per year each: will sell separately or together as desired: lot 37x200 each. SAMUEL W. ULACK & CO., f9 Fourth ave. my7-45-MTTS OR SALE-A NICE RESIDENCE, ALSlObT new, on Marlpoe avenue, Ben Venue, near bhadyslde and the Center avenue cable line: eight rooms, with reception hall, bath and lavatory, natural and artificial gas. laundry and all other modern appliances: piazza In front and poroh In rear: fine lot. 50x120 feet; will be sold at public sale on Monday afternoon. May 12, at 3:30 o'clock, on the premises; as the owner is going boutha bargain will be secured; possession at ouce. 'icrms, etc., irom oas. w. uicais & CO., Agents and Auctioneers, 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. my8-60-D FOR BALE NORTH HILAND AVE.; COR. property; residence of 14 rooms. large hall In center, .two bathrooms, two Inside w. c's, marble top Btatlonarr washstands In each bed room, marble mantels and hearths, nat, and art. gas Inside shutters, butler's pantry, china and other closets, laundry, stationary tubs, 1). and c. water, range, laundry stove, furnace, registers throughout, front and side porches: also on rear ol lot large stable and carriage house, complete residence In every respect only five minutes Irom both cable lines In the finest residence locations on the avenue: lot 100x250 feet. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave. my7-73-MTTS Allcchcnv Residences. FOR SALE-ONLY 1,500-HOUSE S ROOMS; lot 20x55 feet, near Robinson and Craig sts., Allegheny. A. D. 1LSON, 65 Federal st. my8o-2-srrr FOR bALE FOR 3,500 HOUSE EIGHT rooms hall, both gases bath, range, etc., on Boyle St.. lot 20x80 ft. A. D. WILSON. 55 Federal, All'y. imyl0-3-iiWF FOR SALE-ALLEGHENY. SECOND WARD, lot 40x110, with two 2-story dwellings: our price on this for quick sale below market value. BAXTER, THOMPSON & CO., 162 Fourth ave. mylI-99-MWP FOR SALE ON SHERMAN AVE.. FRONTING the ptrks, Allegheny, good house of 10 rooms, lot 25 feLt front, at a icry moderate price li sold soon, bee V. A. HERRON & bONS, No. SO fourth ave. myl-19-iiTh FOR SALE ALLEGHEN Y LACOCK ST. and Isabella court, two two-story brick stores with dwellings one of seven and tbe other four rooms, water, gis, etc: lot 45x64 ft.: price low: a good Investment. I. M. PENNOCK & bON, No. 147 Fourth ave. myl0-59-MWS FOR SALE ALLEGHENY. LOCUST STREET, a good two-story brick house of eight rooms, hall, vestibule, bath, both kinds gas, range and modern conveniences: lot 24x130 ft. : pleasant loca tion: price reasonable; terms easy. 1. 31. PEN NOCK & SON, No. 147 Fourth ave. mylO-59-MWS 8ubnrbnn Reatdenccn. FOR SALE SUBURBAN RESIDENCE PROP ERTY on P. R. R.. near Braddock: over one acre of ground; fruit and shade trees: mod ern residence of 12 large rooms and all of the more recent appliances and In fine condition; carriage house, harness room, sheds etc., etc; only three minutes' walk from railroad station. Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. mylO-54-D FOR SALE-SWIbSVALE, P. R. It, FINE residence, ten large rooms and reception hall, bath, nat. gas, city water, electric lights porches Cltta mnf linnrlnii Alan ctallA nnn (".irrUn-o "house; lii acres of' level' ground covered with cnoice young iruit trees; present owner nas spent about 1.200 In tbe past year In Improvements making this a flrst-class property. SAM UEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave. mylO-40-JIWS FOR SALE-12 ACRES. GARDEN LAND, with fine large residence on Washington Turnpike, near the city; 12 rooms in residence, bath, natural gas and all other modern require ments and in prime order; large orchard: dense growth of grape vines shrubbery, small fruits, etc.; copious flow of water; a beautiful place thoroughly country, and quite close to the cltv; a rare bargain. JAS. 'W DRAPE CO., 129 Fourth ave.. Pittsburg. mylO-57-MW8 189a FOR SALE IMPHOVED REAL ESTATE. Snbnrbon Residences. F OR 8ALE-AT BRADDOCK SIX TWO sroKY frame hAtiBPtnfilr rooms each, nat ural gas etc. ; lot BOxlJO feet; a corner property; nlcelocatlon: wlllsell atahargaln. I. M. PEN- NOCK & SON, No. 147 Fourth ave. mv9-59-srw8 OK SALE AT EDGEWOOD, SEVEN-ROOM frame bouse, attic nat. gas recep. hall, electric wires city water: lot 60x130: seven min utes from sta. HAMNKTT & MEREDITH, 102 Fourth ave., Pg and Wllklnsburg, Pa. myO-28 FORSALE-ATA BARGAIN IF SOLD QUICK; price greatly reduced: neat house or 9 rooms. In flrst-class order; lot e0x76 reet: centrally and desirably located, at Bellevue, Ft. W ayne R. K. See W. A. HERRON &SONS, No. SO Fourth ave. myl-19-MTh FOR SALE LOTS. East End Lots. FOR SALE ON VERA. ST.. THIRTEENTH ward -Lot 20x91 feet; price 500. L M. PEN NOCK ft SON, ho, 147 Fourth ave. mylO-59-MWS FOR SALE LOT 24x120 ON A 60 FOOT STREET In Twentv-flrst ward: handy to R. K.; price V00. MELLON BROTHERS, 6349 Station St.. II E. myll.I72-MWT FOR BALE - ON MAOISON AVE.. THIR TEENTH ward, a nice lot, 30x121 ft.: price 750. 1. M. PENNOCK & SON.No.I47 Fourth ave. mylO-69-HWS T7OK SALE-LOTS 41x110 ON 50-FOOT STREET, 1 Nineteenth ward; handy toll. R. B. andcable lines. MELLON BROTHERS, 6349 Station St., E. E. myll-172-MWF OR SALE-SEVEN ACRES CHOICE LAND In the Fourteenth ward: can be snb-dlvlded to great advantage. L M. PENNOCK ft SON, 147 Fourth ave. mv8-56-MThs FOR SALE-ON IRWIN AVE.. SQUIRREL HILL. Twenty-second ward, near W llklns ave., lot 169x233 feet bee W. A. HERRON ft SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave, myl-51-M FOR SALE-CORNER LOT IN BAUM GROVE plan for 2.300: street sewered, curbed aud flag stone sidewalks: can you duplicate this? BAXTER THOMPSON ft CO., 162 Fourth ave. mvii-99-Mwr FOR SALE-OAKLAND AVE. A BEAUTI FUL building lot 50x110 feet: street paved and flagstone sidewalk; also, sewer privilege to Atwood St. BLACK ft J3AIRD, 85 Fourth ave. myll-155 FOR SALE-EAST END BUILDING SITES; several splendid lots In Boulevard place. Linden and Penn avenues, Edwin, Alder and other streets I. M. PENNOCK & BON.-147 Fourth avenue. . my8-56-MThs FORSALE ACHANCEFORSPECULATORS land for sale In blocks of 5, 10 or 15 acres In the Eighteenth ward, Pittsburg, already divided Into lots: beautiful situation. Inquire of CUAb. E. CORNELIUS. 406 Grant St., or N. P. SAW YER, Mornlngslde ave. my8-84 FOR SALE-LOTS IN CHAS. E.CORNELIUS' plan at Mornlngslde. Eighteenth ward, Pittsburg; flne lots at from S10O to 400 each; easy Sayments; no Interest. Call upon CHAS. L. COR ELIUS. Attornev-at-Law, 406 Grantst, orN. P. SAWYEK,Morn!ngide ave., Eighteenth ward. my8-84 AlleCbcnv Lota. FOR BALE 43x63 FEET ON JUNIATA ST.; will sell for 2,800 ir bought soon. A. D. WILSON, 55 Federal st. Allegheny. mylO-3-MWT FOR SALE 100 ALLEGHENY LOTS ON Lombard St.. Linden and 51aple aves.. Tenth and Twelfth wards: payments easy. Inquire ot J. ft S. MCNAUGHElt, 43 North Diamond St.. or 43 Federal st. mhI2-56-D FOR SALE PRICE GREATLY REDUCED IF sold quick In order to close out the lots re maining In Kennedy's plan. Nunnery Hill. Twelfth ward. Allegheny: location central; terms easy. See W. A. HERRON ft SONS, No. 80 Fourth avenue. my3-22-3,7,12,16 FOB SALE-LOTS IN ELEVENTH UARD, Allegheny, at auction The remaining lots In Mrs. Cooper's propertv, near the second toll on tbe New Brighton road, will be sold at auction on tne premises, Tuesday. May 13, at 3 o'clock; there are 10 lots 40x120:5 lots 40x200; beautiful lots; dellghtfnl situation: the extension of California ave. will give rapid transit; no better chance for lots than this: come to the sale; take 2:15 train, city time, for Veruer station. A. LEGGATE ft SON, Auctioneers. myl0-86 Suburban Lota. FOB HALE-A NICE 3 ACRE PIECE OF land an line of railroad, near to the city: would lay out well In building lots; a n(ce Investment to a prompt purchaser. JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. mylO-54-D FOR SALE-NORTH HOMES'! EAD LOTS, COX 120 feet fronting on a 60-font street, near Swlssvale station, P.R.R., and City Farm station, U.ft O. It R. : price 400 to 500 each: terms to suit. 1KAM. BURCHF1ELD, 158 Fourth avenue. apl0-36-D Farm. FOR SALE-FARM. 65 ACRES, GOOD TWO bTORT frame house, six rooms, bank barn, water, coal, limestone, fruit; choice place for every 5urpose:near Chartlers, A. V. B.R. ED. Wll ISll, 410 Grant st. my9-D FOB SALE A FARM 127 ACRES AT A very reasonable price to settle an estate at 'Walkers Mills 12 miles from tbe cltv; rnrm is In a jsood state of cultivation; good farm buildings of all kinds; underlaid with coil: mine open ready to ship, with side tracks, tipple etc : also a good stone quarry on tbe property, beo W. A. HERRON ft SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave. myll-95-M . FOR SALE BUSINESS. Hnslnpss Chnnces. FOR SALE-SALOON, WITH SMALL RES TAURANT attached, doing good business; corner location downtown: good riasons for sell ing. Address F. R. B., 73 Prospect st, Cleve land O. myll-25 FOR SALE-ONE-THIRD INTEREST IN A brick manufacturing business In the city; capital required 85,000. J: nil particulars to prin cipals onfy from JAS. Vi . DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth ave., PIttBburg. ray6-82-MTTS FOR SALE-S5.O0O-WELL STOCKED GREEN HOUSES and business In an Ohio city or 30,000; large cut flower and plant trade in town and out: good reasons for selling. Address RARE CHAN CE, Dispatch office. mylO-94 FOIt SALE FINEST BOOK AND STATION ERY store In best town in W estcrn Pennsyl vania; excellent city muElc store, good office bus iness; extensive coal works grocery stores, bak eries drugstores cigar 6torcs, butcher shops. SIIEPARD ft CO., 151 Fourth ave. my7 FORSALE TO AN ACTIVE GENTLEMAN OF business experience, a partnership Interest In a light manufacturing concern In the city hav ing full lines ot specialties for which there is a wldemarket andlarge profits: almost "no opposi tion. Particulars confidentially from JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. mylO-54-D FOR SALE-LIQUOR STORE-CENTRALLY located in the cltv of Cleveland: a flourishing retail liquor store, with stock, corking and cap ping machine: horse and wagon, barn and house, or either. If desired; established 3o years: has fiald lor last five years 1,500 per year, after pay ng all expenses and license; sold on account of sickness. For particulars address N, T. HOKR, 37 Blackstone building, Cleveland, O. my9-25-MWT FOR SALE A THOROUGHLY EQUIPPED manufacturing business In a flourishing town on line or railroad, close to tbe city; business is well established and profitable and susceptible of being largely increased: ample facilities for conducting the nnslness on a conservative basis; raw material in abundance close at band: goods largely In demand by wholesale drug trade: full particulars to principals only. JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., IS Fourth ave., nttsburg. mylO-54-D Hnnlnen Stands. FOB SALE-1'ANN EH1LL S l"., NEAR WYLIE ave.: good business location; 3-story brick, 10 rooms and storeroom; lot 24x90. J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond st myll-80 FOR BALE-AT CRAFTON-HOUSE OF 6 rooms with storeroom: suitable lor light hnftlnes natural fas: rood business location. J. R. MURPHY, Crafton, office opp. Ry. station. myll-46 Mnnurnctnrins Sites. FOR SALE MANUFACTURING SITES ON line of railroad and river: natural gas a ten foot vein of coal, etc ; over 100 acres, all as level as a table and above high water mark; liberal terms to any good manufacturing enterprise. Particulars and descriptive circular from JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. mylO-54-p FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. DTorr. Yrliiclp. Live Stock. :c TTiOl: SALE-TWO SMALL PONIES, BUGGY 1 juil ninus: young and snfc: a child can drive ind handle them. Address O. W. sriVE bON.Klttannlng, Pa. mrll-63 Mnclilncrv nnd Mctnls. FOB SALE-ENGINES AND HOILEKS-NEW and refitted: repairing promptly attended to. PORrXR FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO., L13L, below,Suspenslon bridge, Allegheny, Pa. ap3-76 FOR SALE DRILLING LNGINES AND boilers for oil or gas wells, engines and boil ers In every size and styl& saw mills and wood working machinery. HARMLS MACHINE DEPOL No. 97 Irs t ave., Pittsburg, Pa. mh9-D FOR SALE SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND boilers; all sizes and styles In stock, from 4 to 100 h. p. tail refitted;good as new, at lowest prices: portable engines 8 to 25 h. p. : boilers all sizes ana styles. J.S.YOUNG,23Park way, Allegheny, l'a. OC25-S0-D FOR SALE HOISTING ENGINES, DER RICKS and derrick forglngs, steel hoisting and guy ropes In stock: stationary engines and boilers, shears clay and ore pans, etc. 1HOMAS CARLIN'S SONS, Lacock and Sandusky sts., Allegheny. Pa. ap29-Mwi Miscellaneous. FOR SALE-POTATOES-CHOICE POTATOES for sale. Call at PITTSBURG STORA.GE CO., Thirteenth and Pike sts. myll-37 PERSONAL. PERSONAL BOOKS WANTED-IF YOU have any books to sell, let us know. LEVI'S BOOK STOKE, Seventh Avenue Hotel building. mh7 PERSONAL-BOOKS WANTED-ENCYCLO-I'JBDIA Brltannlca,25voIs.. one-hair morocco or calf. FKANK. BACON ft CO. , 301 Smithfield st. TO LET. Allegheny Residences. TO LET-ON BOYLE BT.. ALLEGHENY, brick house 3 rooms at 9 per month; no water rent. mylO-24-D Mnburbnn Residences. TO LET -DWELLING HOUSE OF SIX rooms In Etna; only three minutes' walk from Etna station. P. ft W. R. M.: terms very reasonable. Inquire or JOS. INGHAM, Etna. my6-63 TO LET-AT CRAFTON, NEAR STATION, house of seven rooms finished attic, -hard and soft water, natural gas; possession immedi ately. ELI CRUM, Crafton, Panhandle K. R. myll-33 Offices. Desk Room. &c TOLET-AFEW NICE OFFICES IN GER MANIA SAVINGS BANK BUILDING, Wood and Diamond streets. aplO-49 TO LET-THE FRONT HALF OF A VERY desirable office on Fourth ave.. with nse of office furniture; low rent. J. C. BEILLY. 77 Dia mond st, . myll-80 TO LET-CORNER FIFTH AS D WOOD ST.. deslrableYor business or offices second, third and fourth floors, separate or as a whole. See W. A. HERRON ftbONd, SO Fourth ave. la j Ai-ix-.. u, a O LET-FOURTH bTOKY OF NO. 95 FIFTH avenue, part of what has been heretofore known as The Dispatch Building; room suitable for lodge room or for light manufacturing. Key to be had from W. M. Crlbbs Real Estate Agt.. No. 99 Fifth ave. For particulars see BUS. MUK. DISPATCH, corner Smithfield and Diamond sts. 1L Bllscellnneons. TO LET OR FOR SALE-HOTELS, COTTAGES and bath houses. Atlantic City, N. .: lots for sale In all parts or the city: also So. Atlantic City. Chelsea and ror Atlantic Land Co. ISRAEL G. ADAMS ft CO.. Real Estate Agts., Heal Es tate and Law Building. apl6-58 ELECTIONS. OFFICE AXLEQHENY StTSPESIOir 1 liKIDOE CO., PITTSBURG, M arch 29. 1890. j ELECTION NOTICE IN PURSUANCE of a resolution of the Hoard of Managers passed this day, a meeting of the stockholders of 'The President Managers and Company for erecting a bridge over the Allegheny river, op posite Pittsburg, in the coanty of Allegheny," will be held at tho general office of the com pany, at the Pittsburg; end of the bridge, on FRIDAY. Mav so next at 10 o'clock A. M., to consider and pass noon the question" ot increas ing the capital stock to enable tbe company to renewand extend the structure of their bridge. , WJI. ROSEBUKQ, Treasurer and Clerk. mh31-a-M BUSINESS CHANGES. DISSOLUTION OP ELECTIC PACKING and 8upplyCo.,Limited Notice is hereby given that the limited partnership association named Electric Packing and Supply Co., lim ited, has by a vote of a majority in number and value of Interest determined that said associa tion shall be, and is, dissolved. And that L.AV. Dalzell, W. J. Crawford and Robert Simp son have been elected liquidating trustees to wind up said association and distribute the assets thereof. L. W. DALZELL. W. J. CRAWFORD. ROBERT blMPbON. Liquidatine trustees of the Electric Packing and Snpplv Co., limited. No. 68 Water street, Pittsburg. Pa. mv6-71-D REPORTS. THE ARGYLE, ATLANTIC CITY. N. J., Ocean end of Connecticut ave. Now open. 1 ull view of ocean, S. W. FERGUSON. anl2-49-Mwrsu THE CH4.LFONTE, ATLANTIC CITY. On the beach. North Carolina ave.; unob structed ocean view; salt water baths in tbe bouse; elevator; now open. fe9-114-D E. ROBERTS & SONS. HOTEL LAFAYF.TTE, CAPE MAY, N.J. Accommodates 300 guests; open all tbe year, omnibus and sea water baths free to guests; the finest summer and winter resort on the coast: honsa within SO feet of the surf. mh4-80-D JAMES & STEFFNER, rpHE ARLINGTON. JL OCEAN GROVE, N. J. Accommodations and appointments first class. Services tbe best Accommodates 350. Will open May 1. 1S80. mh&SO-D WM. P. DOLBEY, Prop. TJ.EDFORD SPRINGS, BEDFORD, PENNA- Unsnrpassed for health or pleasure. Opens June 12. L. B. DOTY, Manager. my 1-69 MOUNTAIN HOUSE, Oresson Springs. On the snmmlt of tbe Allegheny Mountains. Will open JUNE 25. For circulars and infor mation address -WM. R. DUNHAM, Superintendent myI-63 Cresson, Cambria Co., Pa. PKPO-AI. TO CONTRACTORS SEALED PRO POSALS for the bnllding or tbe new ad dition to St. Bridget's school. Eleventh ward, city, will be received by Rev. Jerome Kearney nntil 23d inst Plans tnil specifications mav be seen at the office t BICKEL&BKENNAN. Architects, Room 713, Hamilton bmlding. Fifth ave. myll 69-D B LUE STONE. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. We are prepared to furnish Belgian block stone for street paving from quarries at Dun bar, Pa. Have excellent facilities for shipping stone in large quantities. Can load on P. R. It orB.tO.R.R. F. P. DOONAN CO.. my8-G3 Dunbar. Fayette county. TO ENGINEERS PROPOSALS WILL be received at Sharpsburg. Pa., bv the Borough Property Committee, op to SATUR DAY, May 31, 1890, for making tbe surveys, plans, specifications and estimates for a com plete sewerage system for the borough of Sharpsburg. Specifications can be seen at tbe office of W. P. Potter, No. 110 Diamond st, Pittsburg, or can be had, upon inquiry, of any of the under signed Property Commute.; at Sharpsburg. J. F. EGLL M. E. DETHLEFS. PETER WERTZ. PiTTSBTniG. PA, May 7. 189a my8-46-MThS OFFICE OF LANCASTER ST. R. R. CO.. 1 Lancaster. O., May 9, 1S90. f SALE OF BONDS PROPOSALS WILL be received for the sain of J10,000 of first mortgage bonds of the Lancaster St. R. R. Co. up to and inclusive of May 25, 1890. The bonds to run for a period of not less than 10 nor more than 20 years, to bear 6 per cent in terest payable semi-annually, at Lancaster Bank, Lancaster, O. The mortgage ti cover one and one-quarter mile of road, already com pleted, rolling stock, livo stock and terminal facilities, and the franchises of the company. Tho proceeds of the sale of the bonds to be used lu constructing nno and one-half miles more road, which wonld be included in said mortgage. All communications to be addressed to FRANK BARRETT, Ireasurer, mylS-l-arwy Lancaster, O. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE CEIVED at the office of City Con troller until SATURDAY, May 17, 1890, at 2 p. jr., for one relay and keyboard, with all neces sary electrical connections. Flans can be seen at office of Architects Bickle Brennan, Ham ilton building, and specifications on file at office of M. W. Mead, superintendent Bnreau of Electricity. Bonds in double the amount of the bid must accompany each proposal, said bond to be executed before tbe Mayor or City Clerk. Department of Awards reserves the right to reject any or all bids. J. O. BROWN, Chief Department of Public Safety. PlTTSnURO. Mav 6, 1890. my7-S9 D SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE CEIVED by the Superintendent of Water AVorks at McKccsport Pa., for furnishing tho following supplies for the year ending Febrn ary28,189I. Said supplies tp he subject to tho order of the Superintendent at any time, and delivered f. a b. cars, McKeesport, Pa., within ten CIO) days from receipt of order. All bids must bo in by May 15, 1890: Pig lead, 12,000 lbs. (more or less) Jute cauikingyarn, ono bale " 2s0K-nch corporation cocks " " 50 .inch corporation cocks " " 250 fe-inch curb cocks " " 50 -inch curb cocks " " 100 lbs white cotton waste " 4 barrels best quality cylinder oil " " 1 barrel best quality machine oil " " 3 barrels refined Elaine oil ' " One uo. No. 3" corn brooms " " One doz. pick handles ' One doz. sledge handles " " Oue doz. boxes concentrated lye " " One box Star soap (100 lbs.) " M One box Paraphilia cmlles (short) " " Two doz. short handle shovels (Chlsholm's.) Two doz. clay picks. 100 lbs. rock powder (Dnpont's.) 1,000 feet blasting 1 use. Two dpz. wooden palls (3 hoop.) 50 lbs.1 inch piston packing. 25 lbs. -inch piston packing. Ice for office. 10 lbs. dally, during season. One gross matches. One keg 8d. nails. Two kegs 10d. nails. Two kegs 20d. nails. 25 bushels fire clay. 2.000 furnace fire brick (Bollver.) - 6,000 common red brick. GOO bushels "gas house" coke. The right to reject any or all proposals is hereby reserved. Direct all proposals to tbe undersigned. JOS. ECOFF. jny9-81-D Superintendent, AUCTION SALES. TRUSTEES SALE OF COAL MINES. Tbe undersigned, liquidating trustees of tbe Bagdad Coal Company, limited, and tho Pittsburg & Kiskiminetas Coal and Coke Com. pany, limited, bv order of tho Court or Com mon Pleas ot Westmoreland county. Pennsyl vania, will sell at public sale on TUESDAY, the 27th day of May, 1890, at 1 p. M., the entire plant and property of the former company, on the premises; and the -same day at II A. JL, tho entire plant and property of the latter com pany, on tbe premises. Both mines are on tha west Penn Railroad, near Leechburg, Fa. For terms and particulars address the Trustees as Kittannin& Pa. ORRHUFFINGTON.GRIEBj C. ORR. JOS. BUFFINGTON. ap2j-20-ir UCTION SALE Of a variety of miscellaneous household goods and carpets. TUESDAY MORNING, May 13, at 10 o'clock, at the rooms. No. 311 Markea street. Fine Brunswick billiard table, with equipment for same; lot of reliable flower seeds, all newly harvested, with instructions for sowing; decorated toilet ware, flne folding bed. Hoover bed lounge; heavy fine kitchen range; bedding: parlor and chamber furniture; silver plate ware: office desks, chairs and. bookcases; Brussels and Ingrain carpets, lino leum, rugs, curtains, etc HENRY AUCTION CO., myll-120 Auctioneers. . 3- AMUSEMENTS. mWO DAYS ONLY FOREPAUGH'3 I Great All Feature Show and the gigantic, Wild West combined. Baseball Park, Alle gheny. MONDAY and TUESDAY, MAY 19 and 203 Admission, 50c; children under 9 years, 25c Two exhibitions daily, one at 2 and one at 8 P. 3b Reserved seat tickets can be obtained on ex hibition day, at a slight advance at PRATT'S BASEBALL EMPORIUM, 502 Wood st, near Fifth ave. Cheap excursion rates on all railroads. myll-H2 i1 RAND MUSICALE AND COTILLION THE GREAT WESTERN BAND, Under the auspices of the RANDALL CLUB, will give one of their grand select concerts at OLD CITY HALL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1L At the conclusion of the"muslcal programme' the floor will be cleared for "dancing" until 12 o'clock. Fifty gentlemen of the club in full dress will act as ushers and floor managers during tha evenin-. Cards of admission !1 each. To be had on ap plication to any member of the club. myl(W3 riRAND OPEUA HOUS.E X To-night Matinees Wednesday and Saturday, THE OLD HOMESTEAD. Next week HERRMANN. my!2-30 B IJOU THEATER TO-NIGHT. CHAS. MCCARTHY in ONE OF THE BRAVEST. Matinees Wednesday and Saturday, May 19 Ferguson and Mack. my!2-6-D H ARRY WILLIAMS' ACAJJliMy To-night Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, REILLY & WOODS' myll-4 NEW BIG SHOW. WORLD'S MUSEUM Allegheny City. Week May 12. Hop O' My Thumb, tbe tiniest nftn in the universe; many other curiosities, and tbe World's Star Specialty Co.'s unrivaled stage performance. Admission. 10c: children. 5c. myll-00 LEGAL NOTICES. A. B. STEVENSON. Attorney at Law, 9G Dia mond street Pittsburg. Estate of Charles Mills, deceased. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J.1 letters testamentary on tbe estate of Charles Mills have been granted to the under signed, to whom all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment and those having claims against the sama should make them known without delay. MARY A. MILLS, Executrix. Braddock; Pa. apl3-84-jt 1 ANEW Butiurtian Town Site, Possessing advantages of access to THREE LTNES OF RAILROADS. LOW TAXES A gratifying feature of the place. Tho open ing of tbo Reynoldton and Dravosburg bridged has caused a regular boom in Dravosburg; Workingmen who desire to own their own borne generally look to the advantages and dis advantages of a place before investing. Tha easiest manner in which a wnrkingman can se cure a borne is to secure a lot in a desirabla plan, and be can build a house thereon and pay for it as easy as paying rent THE NEW RISHER PLAN OF LOTS AX DRAVOSBURG IS JUST THE PLACE FOR SUCH AN INVESTMENT, SECAUSE THE TAXES ARE SMALL. BEING ONLY 10 MILLS. It is almost a portion of the city itself, being only 14 minutes' walk from tbe center of Mc Keesport which the new Dravosburg bridge, opened this week, and an electric street car lino, to be built this summer, brings Into easy access. The LOCATION IS MOST HEALTHFUL AND CHARMING, Overlooking the beautiful Monongahela and the city of McKeesport. People living in Mc Keesport have to suffer from the Smoke and dust of the mills, and they find it more pleasant and healthful for themselves and o'lildren to live ashert distance away from the heart of the) city. The Risher plan at Dravosburg odipsea all others on the mark-1 and PERSONS WHO ARE WISE ENOUGH TO) BUY LOIS AT THE PRESENT LOW PRICE CAN DOUBLE THEIR MONEY IN A SHORT TIME. Inquire at ROOM 5, No. 8 WOOD STREET, Or at ' OFFICE OF ESTATE OF J. C. RISHER, DRAVOSBURG, For any information desired. mTS-lOorxhS FAIRMOUNT PLAN! A SITUATION OF PICTURESQUE BEAUTY, But a few minutes' ride from heart of city by Penu ave. cable. Elegant surroundings of tho present preserved and perpetuated by building; restrictions. IK fYRTT V of those very choice lots now lU UiliI to sell. Buyers realize they are cheap. They are selling qnlck. Easy terms of payment Plans ana particulars at onr offices, 313 WOOD ST.r 6019 PENN AVE., E. E. Charles Somers & Co mylO-70 Half Fare Excursion YiTest, May 20. via Wabash Line. Kansas, Ne braska, Montana, Utah, Texas, Arkansas and other States and Territories. For f nil information and rates call on or a3 dress F. H: TUSTRAM. C. P. A., Room 6 Mc Cacce Bnilding. corner Seventh avenue and Smithfield street, Pittsburg. myl2-S Q LIO D'OLTVA TOSCANA Finest Tuscany olive oiL Absolutely nnrei unsurpassed for salads and mavnnaise. GEO. K. STEVENSON A CO, apl4-irwr Sixth avenue. PATENTS. O. D. LEVIS, Solicitor of Patents, 131 Fifth avenue, above Smithfield, next Lead office. (No delay.) Established 20 years. 1 se35-6Q I