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LAUGHING TO OEDER.
Bemarkable Experiment ot Dr. Mat
son Before the Art School.
EVOLYIKG ELECTRIC EMOTIONS.
Hating a Man's Face Expressive TVithont
His Knowledge.
ILLUSTRATING AETISTIC ANATOMY
A sane, -wide awake and healthy man
laughing heartily without mirth, frowning
without anger, weepinp without sorrow,
and Tanning the gamut of emotions without
feeling any or having the slightest idea that
the expression ot his face was anything but
normal, was the remarkable spectacle fur
nished the pupils of the Pittsburg Art
School yesterday.
Dr. E. G. Matron delivered the conclud
ing lecture ot a course on artistic anatomy,
and demonstratea the physiology of the
muscles of expression as shown in a living
model. Dr. Slatson had explained theo
retically the action of these mus
cles, and he now undertook,
with the aid of a living model,
and an electric battery to demonstrate that
expression is dependent upon the action of
various muscles, and that these muscles,
if set in action without the voluntary aid of
the model, would give the desired expres
sion. A life class model now sitting in the
school was engaged ior the experiment.
TKACING THE MUSCLES.
First, the courses of the various muscles
were traced in chalk over the features o. the
model, who was an elderly man. The work
was thus mapped out, and the use of each
muscle explained. Next, when the doctor
had applied the battery to bis own face and
the faces of the audience, in order to reas
sure the old man the doctor rjlacedone polo
of the battery behind the ear of the subject,
and with the other pole touched the mnscle
to be operated on. Thus without the model
having any idea of what his phisiognomy
reflected, the great zygomatic mnscle could
be made to give the expression of laughter
to the face. Then by touching other muscles
the old man's face was made to display con
tempt and disgust. The latter expression
remained on his face long after the battery
had been removed.
THE AUDIENCE ALSO AFFECTED.
During the experiments the audience
were many times convulsed with laughter
at the involuntary grimaces of the model.
By one application he was forced to close
his hand, and the effects of the experiment
remaining he fonnd it very difficult for
a long time to unchnch his fingers.
Ducbenne, a frenchman, was the first to
carry experiments oi this nature to any de
gree of success. He secured for a subject,
n old paralyzed army pensioner, whose face
was almost insensible to any emotion. Elec
tricity could be apslied to this man without
producing any painful reaction.
This is the first time that the experiment
has been performed in America.
Decoration Dor.
A $3 8x10 photograph given away with
every dozen of cabinets of yourself or chil
dren on Decoration Day." Hendricks &
Co., No. 68 Federal street, Alleeheny. Gal
lery open all day. Good cabinets ?1 a,
dozen.
Natural Gas Cut GlaH .
We are constantly adding new shapes
and patterns to our collection of Natural
Gas Cut Glass. Our assortment is complete
in all ttarticulars. "We can show yon an ex
traordinary collection in large
Ic- Cream Sets, Claret Sets,
"Water Sets, Punch Bowls,
Whisky Sets, Fruit Bowls,
Finger Bowls, Tumblers.
All fitted up in fine satin covers, made
specially for them.
Haedt & Kates,
Jewelers, Silversmiths and Art Dealers,
529 Smitbfield st. New Building.
The Staff of Life.
Bread is the staff of life, and good bread
is more to be desired than great riches.
There is life and health and happiness in
pure, sweet, nutritious bread. It is for this
reason that the big factorv of S. S. Marvin
& Co. is kept so busy. Marvin's bread is
used by the best families in Allegheny
county. All grocerb sell it, and to use it
once is to use it always. its
Lndlea' Gingham Sulfa Comp To-Dar.
Most complete assortment at 55, $6 50 (8
?10, S12, 511. 515. 518, 520. Maae and
finished in best possible style. We will
make them fit you without extra charge.
Jos. Horse & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Novelties in black and white, figured
and striped silks in surahs, armures, sateens
and gros grains Irom 85e per yd. unward.
TTSSU HUGCS & HACKE.
$500 Rewaid
For any trace of antipyrine, morphine,
chloral or any other injurious compound in
Krause's Headache Capsules. Tbsu
S3 5Q. Come oon. SI.
If you want a life-size crayon for $3 50
or 12 cabinets for 51, at Aufrecht's Elite
Gallery, 51G Market st, Pittsburg.
Ladles' Tilmmed Ilatn nnd Bonneu S3
And upward. A special table to show these
bargains in our millinerv showroom to-day.
Jos. Hoeke & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Allegheny Millinery House.
Onr stores will be closed to-morrow. Dec
oration Day. E. S. GILES, Allegheny.
BANK STATEMENTS.
EEPOKT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
First National Bank, at Pittsburg, in the
hiate f Pennsylvania, at the close of business
May 1, 1S9U:
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts S2,910,14S S3
Overdrafts,
L325 50
U. "-. bond! to secure circulation....
Other stocks, bonds and moitgages.
Duo ftom approved reserve agents..
Due from other National banks....
Due from State banks and bankers.
Real estate.;lurniture and fixtures..
Current expenses and taxes p?id..
Checks and other cash items.. .......
Exchanges for clearing bouse
60,OU0 00
29.297 43
207,193 52
"0,560 11
5U,)53 31
315,650 00
13.2S6 53
12. 252 3S
llfJlS bS
Bills on other banks 12.200 m
Fractional paper currency, nickels
and pennies 149 07
.Legal tender notes o&,U00 00
Redemption I and with U. S. treas
urer (o per cent of circulation) 2,230 00
$4,360,962 9
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in t 750,000 00
burplus fund 150.000 00
Undivided profits 100,312 21
National bank notes outstanding;... 45,000 00
Dividends unpaid 4,242 00
Individual deposits subject to
check 3,037,341 C5
Certified checks 27,473 77
Dne to other National banss 136.320 48
Due to State banks and bankers.... 110,272 77
H3C0.9e2 89
State oi Pennsylvania, county of Allegheny,
-J.Meh, Nim'ck. President of the First
National Bank of Pittsburg. Pa., do solemnly
swear that the above is true, to the best of my
know ledge and belief.
, ., ALEX. NIMICK, President.
Suuscrloed and sworn to before me. this 2Sth
day of May, lKKX
. ... ,J0HN EWING SPEER,
Correct-Attest: Notary Public
THOS. WIOHTMAN,
JOHNWlLisON.
HARRY BKOWN.
my29 Directors.
A. WHITELEY,
128 Third ave., upstairs, trap. Barnes'
' i YZr Safe and Lock Works.
48ents' shoes soled and heeled for 75c while you
walt-yHand-sewn, 85c. Finest work in the city.
"V"" mhW7-TT
ta-Ditplay adxtrtuements one dollar per
square or one insertion. Classified advertise
menlt on Viis page such as Wanted. For Sale,
To Let, cic ten cents per line or each inser
tion, and none taken tor lest than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
BRAXCH OFFICES.
THE EKANCH OFFICE FOB THE SOUTH
SIDE HAS BEEN REMOVED TO NO. HIS
CAKSOK feTREET.
ADVERTISEMENTS. SEWS AND SUBSCRIP
TIONS CAN BE LEFT THERE BOTH FOB
GENERAL EDITIONS, AND FOR THE
SI'ECIAL SOUTHSIDK ISbUK PUBLISHED
EACH SATUEDAT.
BRANCH OFFICES ABE ALSO ESTAB
LISHED AT THE FOLLOWING PLACES,
AT ALL OF WHICH WANT. FOB SALE. TO
LET. AND OTHER TRANSIENT ADVERTISE
MENTS WILL BE BECEIVED UP TO S P. M.
FOR INSERTION NEXT MORNING!
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertiser already have accounts with Tna Dls-
FATCli.
PITTSBURG.
THOMAS MCCAFFREY. 3SS Butler street
EMIL G. STUCKEV. Mth street and Penn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY A CO., Wylie aye. and FttltoniU
K. bTOJiELY, Firth Avenue Market House.
XAST XKD.
t. W. WALLACE, Sin Penn avenue.
OAKLAND.
MCALLISTER 4 EHElBLER,8Uiav. iAlwoodlU
sotnnsros.
JACOB 8POHN. No.-rcarson street.
ALLEGHENY.
A. J. KAERCHEK, 59 Federal street.
H. J. McBRIDF. Market House, Alleeheny.
FREDH. EGGERS. 17Z Ohio street.
F. H. EGGERS 4 SON, Ohio and Chestmrt at.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHEN BY, Western and Irwin ayes.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PERRY M. G LEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny ares.
T. E. MOBB1S, 666 Preble ave.
M1LLVALE BOROUGH.
W. W. FLOCK.ER. Stationer. No. 4 Grant ave.
SHABPSBUKG.
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.
aiole UelD.
-VTTANTED-GOOD JOB COMPOSITOR. W.
Y V. D. & CO., 407 Grant St. my29-42
TTANTKD-A GOOD BARBER APPLY AT
V LOUIS BAKER'S, HX)i Carson St., South
side, cltv. myS-Sl
WANTtD-BARBEK-GOOD WAGES AND
steady work. Call at 262 SPRING GAR
DEN AVE.. Allegheny mya-14
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED MAN TO
cut pants by knife. I. KAUFMAN A
SONS. 15andl7Mnthst, iny-I
TTANTED-A BAKER; SINGLE MAN PRE
W FERBED. Inquire at WEST PENN HOS
PITAL. Twenty-eighth st. my29-16
A.NTED-TRAVEL1NG MEN TO SELL Hll
bir.KY. gloves, etc Address GLOBE HO
felERY MILLS. Detroit. Mich. mrM-51
WANTED-A COMPETENT STEF.LMELTEK
on open hearth furnace. Address, with
references, P. O. BOX a. Pittsburg. myg-80
w
ANTED-A GOOD BARBEK. INQUIRE
at No. 80 Wvlle ave. JOSH H. MAST.
my3-23
WANTED-F1EST-CLABS COAT MAKERS
to work on fine coats. Apply JAS. DICK
SON, 65 Fifth ave., cor. ood St., second floor.
myi-D
WANTED-DRIVEBS rOR TARTS-PAY
SHOperday. inquire orCASPERSHICK,
Munhall, Pittsburg, Virginia and Charleston It.it.
my2S-J7
WANTED A GOOD COATMAKER-IN-QUIREatF.
J. LOUGHNEY. DM Liberty
St., or address J. L. COURTNEY, Braddock. Pa.
myS-18
WANTED IMMEDIATELY PAVERS TO
cobble on street railway trick; good wages
to good men. Apply on MORRIS ST.. Johnstown,
Pa. myIa-3J
WANTED-A FEW GOOD MOLDERS
Applv to FOREMAN OF NATIONAL
TUBE WORKS CO. FOUNDRY, McKeesport.
Pa. my29-45
"TTJANTED WAITER OF EXPERIENCE:
u one who speaks German and English pre
ferred. Call at 49 AND 51 DIAMOND STREET,
cltj. mr29-6S
WANTED-AGENTS-&30 OUTFIT ON 30
days' time: 1150 pront In four weeks or no
pay. Address, wltb stamp, JARVIS 4 CO., Ka-
ciue, ti is. oiyjhM
WANTED FIRST-CLASS TAILORS TO
work on altering and repairing. Apply
JAS. DICKSON, 65 Fifth aTC, cor. V ood St.,
second floor. my2-D
YTTANrED-'nOOD ENGRAVEK-GOOD ME
V CHANICAL workman. Apply, with proofs,
to RYDER A DEARTH, 146 Westminster U,
ProTideuce, K. 1. my27-Z7
WAN 1 ED-ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER BY
a leading steel manufacturing firm: expe
rienced man preferred; communications confiden
tial. L. H Dispatch office. my3-31
TTTANTED-A LAD OR YOUNG MAN FOR
i V grocery that has had some experience: also
Kin or general noueworK Apply, Wlin reier-
ence, to 415 LARIMER AVE, E.
my29-71
XTTANTED STENOGRAPHER AND TYPE-
V WRITER: state age and experience, salary
expected: no ladles: one who has had experience
In office work expected. BOX NO. JI6. mj29-54
WANTED-ONE FOREMAN AND 10 FIRST
CLASS block-stone pavers: steadT work;
wages 1 a per day. Anply at A. E. TOWN
bEND'Sj Second avenue, near power house.
my28-67
WANTED FIRST-CLASS PERSPECTIVE
architectural draughtsman one familiar
with pen and Ink and water color work. AddIv
to HICK 4 VANDEVORT, 87 Fourth ave.. room
12. lnyM-lo
WANTED-A TOUNG MAN WHO IS FA
MILIAR with tvpewrler and shorthand
and general office work: wages, 40 a month. Ad
olv by letter, with reference. J. C, Dispatch
office. my2s-M
WANTED-TWO MACHINE HANDS FOR
flooring machine and planer: none but
first-class union men need call. Apply to EX
CELSIOR PLANING. Craig st. (near river). Al
legheny Pa. myM-60
WANTED-MAN ACCUSTOMED TO WORK
In glasshouse etching department as a
dipper: steady work guaranteed through summer
stop; stale wages and references. Address G. E.
F., Dispatch office. my29-5
-TTTANTED AN EXPERIENCED MAN TO
V wait in private family: one who has beei
accustomed to Inside work, and who can -bring
X. l. Z., Dispatch office my2S-B4
TV'
IVTPII-Krt.l 1 MI V I rfi r IT, n,.. . -n-
i i , ? " e-.vouv. (juaiuuu, permanent;
I-' r . I f - a l.emu, .... !.!.. .
aj;.i(ki iiiuuicuiiiiib iiuw: laoL-aciuiig specialties
don't delay: salary lrom start, BROWN BROS..'
Nurserymen, Rochester, N. Y. mvl3-8S-TTS
-TTXANTED-AN EXPERIENCED ROAD SHOE
V salesman by a manufacturer, to sell on
commission In Western N. Y., Md.. Del. and D.
C, a full medium priced line of footwear. Ad
dress BOOTAND SHOE MAN'F'G CO.! Bos
ton, Mass. my29-M-rrs
-TTTANTED-Si FIRST-CLASS BOOK AGENTS
V State experience and references; SLZOO to
1.60D per year permanent salary; 350 good agents
at yearly salaries from 403tol,00u: state experi
ence and references. 296 KAN DOLPH ST.. De
troit, Mich. my3-ti
TVTANTED-BAD WRITERS AT SMART'S
Business College, II Federal street, Alle
gheny; open dally through summer, 9 a. m. to 9
r. M.: system of shorthand changed from
Graham's to Eclectic, the brierest and simplest;
Instruction private for both sexes. myl8-l-TT6Su
"TTTANTED-SALESMEN AT 75 PER MONTH
jt salarvand expenses, to sell a line ofsllver-
plated ware, watches, etc; by sample only; horse
aud team furnished Tree: write at once for fnll
?!?? Wf r?"1 sample case or goods free. STAN
ABD SILVEBWAltE CO.. Boston, Mass?
Se24-90-D
WA?J,?D-A,iEJi1 TO SELL TEA, BAK
imj powaer and pure spices; gilts with,
goods; coke workers, miners or millmen can make
SnenV1Ci!r,1p:'re V-W.! vfP,"11' Inducements
JfHri?.iS-r.h.Jln-l.e,s"li,I,sne(1 tra"-e- YAMA
SH1BO TEA CO., 8S Jackson St., Allegheny. Pa.
apov,u-iintJ
TVTJ?J,EJ':E"AL AENTS, WHOMAKE
mlX. -S?S.SiS to, per year; canvassers from
4 to TI0 per day selling the Taylor adjustable shoe;
every lady Is a possible customer: oermanent
business; exclusive territory assigned. Address.
W,Vf??,-v.w,x,J,jlDATJ!:U ADJUSTABLE
SHOE CO., Salem, Mass. myS-6g-TT8
WA?j'PvTETRY CtERK AND ASSIST
ANT bookkeeper by a first-clais boose;
must be a good penman and correct at fig
ures: young man preferred. Address In own
handwriting, stating age, residence aud salary
expected: also If had any practical experience
in office work, and, ir so. how long, with wohm
and cause for leaving. Z LOCK BOX, Dispatch
office. my27-S
Wa
v-rrn-' ftf A Vinrtrnit irnuE... ., n
aJobblnggalvanUldgworksnowinfuiloDera-
tion: lniegniy. nuujitij uu uiomugn Knowl
edge or the bnslnessin all Its detallaindlspensable,
and no application will be entertained unless
these qualities can be established; steady work,
salary no object and no capital necessary; all
communications must be accompanied with refer
ences, experience and real name and address,
which will be treated In strict confidence.. Send
replies to B, care JAS. W. DBAPE & CO., 13
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. mj-27-33
WANTED.
BInle Helli.
TTTANTED-IMMED1ATELY-A GOOD BAR-
" Jor.it. Appiy -aus fo m AVE. my-s-Ta
TANTED-BOTTLEWASHEIt. APPLY AT
, i . juujLjLjuLnu wuuas, jiic neesport.
Pa. myS-16
WANTED-COATMAKER-STEADY WORK.
C. A.M1NEHABT, CaUforula, Pa.
my23-10
WANTED ONE FIRST-CLASS WAITER AT
ROTH'S RESTAURANT, No, 26 Dlsniond
Bqnra. myZB-B
Female Help.
WANTED THP.EE GOOD BOARDING
house cooks, 101 GRANT ST. mv29-61
ANTED-A GOOD DISHWASHER AND
pantry girl for restaurant. No. 156 FIFTH
AVENUE, city. myiwa
-TTTANTED-A GIRL JKOR GENERAL HOUSE
VV WORK in a family of three. Apply at No.
1932 CARSON ST., S. S. my29-15
ANTED-TWO ACTIVE, ENEBGETicT
strong, healthy women for traveling: age
from 20 to 55. Inquire PBOF. SCHMIDr,42! Penn
ave. my2S-6l
Male nnrt jKcmmti ITelD.
WANrED-COACHMAN.BUTLER, 2 WHITE
waiters, man for lunch counter, farm
hands, cooks, chambermaids, house girls, 40 tor
hotels, housekeeper, seamstress, nurse girl.
MEEUAN'S, 645 Grant st. my28-D
-TTTANTED-ONE SEAMSTRESS, 1 LADY'S
V maid, 200 house girls, cooks, chamber
maids, dining room girls, nurses. German and
colored girls, waiters, farm hands, gardeners.
MRS. E. THOMPSON, COS Grant st. ap2S-MThs
Situation.
TJTTANTEU-BY A YOUNG MAN-POSITION
v of trust, where he can make himself gener
ally useful; the best of references furnished. Ad
dress W. E. E., Dispatch office. my29-33
Pnrtnrra.
WANTED-PABTNEK-AVITH SMALL CAP
ITAL, to purchase an Interest In a grocery
store for the purpose of Increasing the business.
In a manufacturing town: good location and
trade well established. Address GROCER. Dis
patch office, my29-3
Boarding-.
WANTED-BY LADY WITH THREE CHILD
KEN and nurse, a pleasant boarding place,
10 to 20 miles from the city. Address Al. care
McKlnncy Mlg. Co.. Allegheny. my29-66
WANTED BY A GENTLEMAN. BOARD
and single furnished room, within easy
distance of business center of Pittsburg: use of
bath desired; references exchanged: private fam
ily preferred. Address J. U. L, Dispatch office.
my29-24
Boarders and Lodgers.
WANTED-A FEW SUMMER BOARDERS
opp. Verner Place. E. K.: delightful loca
tion; pleasant rooms: all the conveniences: cable
ears at door: terms S20 ana ?24 per month. Address
H. P. L., East Liberty. P. O. my29-63
Financial.
WANTED-MORTGAGES-MONEYTO LOAN
In sums to suit at 4K. 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. TcL 1E7.
apl9-14-TT6SU
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY OK
Allegheny county property at lowest rates.
HENRY A. WEAVER i CO.. 82 Fourth avenue.
mhZ-D
-TTT-ANTED TO LOAN MONEY AT THE
V least market rates on mortgages In large or
small amounts, bee W. A. HEKBON & SONS,
No. 80 Fourth avenue. myl-24-MTH
WANTED -MORTGAGES 1. 000. 000 TO LOAN
In large and small amounts at 4H, 5 and 6
per cent, free of State tax; no delay. REED B.
CO Y LE & CO.. 131 Fourth ave. m v21 -OO-TTS
WANTED-TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
of 3,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on A per cent, free or tax; also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent BLACK BAIRD,
$5 Fourth avenue. se21-d26-D
WANTED-MORTG AGES-f 1, 000, 000TO LOAN
. J city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
(percent, and on larms in Allegheny and acla
cent counties at 6 per cent. 1. M. l'ENNOCK A
SON, 147 rourth avenue. ap7-I41
w
ANTKD-TO LOAM 1200,000 ON MORT
GAGES: 1100 and unward at 6 per cent:
500,000 at i)i per cent on residences or business
property: also In adlolning counties. S. H.
FRENCH. ls Fourth avenue. oc24-4-D
jrllscelianeonsw
-TTTAN TED-SADDLE HORSE: MUST BE
W safe for lady. Inquire JOS. H1TE, 190 First
avenue, Pittsburg. my29-o4
-TTTANTED-WE HAVE A CASH CUSIOMER
V for a well located grocery store; East End
preferred, T. O. BROWN & CO., 90 Fourth ave.
my29-30
WANTED YOU TO GET A BAKEB'S
doien (13) of Stewart A Co 'a fine cabinet
photos for 1. at 90 and 82 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
ghenv. mT2S-49-TTSn
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
Citv Residences.
FOR SALE BEST CORNER jf ROPERTY ON
Colwell street, few mlnutei' from Court
House; good lr.vestwent: cheap. GEO. JOHN
STON, Agent, 62 Fourth avenue. mjC7-87-TT
FOR SALE A BIG BARGAIN IN A SMALL
frame dwelling, with lot 20x100 ft., on Duff
St.. near Wylie ave: price only f900: must be sold
quick. C. BERINGER & SON, 15t Fourth ave.
my24-33-TTS
FOR SALE A 10 PER CENT INVESTMENT
on the lower end of Clark St., consisting of
two brick dwelling house In good order and not
old: price. 6,500. C. BERINGER & SON. 156
Fourth aw. my24-13-TTS
FOR SALE WASHINGTON ST., NEAR
Wylie. $5,500 3-story brick dwe!llng,8 rooms,
bath. h. and c water, nat. and art. gas; lot23xA2;
deslrab'e location and cheap: eisy terror.. BAX
TER, THOMPSON & CO., 162 Fourth ave.
my25-73-TTSSu
OR SALE-AN ELEGANT NEW BRICK BUS
INESS and residence property on Carson
street, 11 rooms and large store room, hall, bath
hot and cold water, laundry, stationary wash
tubs and neat frame on rear end of lot of four
rooms; lot 26x100 feet to alley; price. tH.0du. MOR
RISON & BANKS. 1113 Carson street or 51 Wash
ington ave.. Thirty-first ward. myl9-TT8
FOR SALE ON FORTIETH ST., ABOVE
Davison, an elegant new brick dwelling,
pressed brick front, hall, vestibule, nine large
rooms, bath, pantrys. range, both gasses. slate
mantels, cemented laundry, electric bells and
,!,... in r. . ttvarv mnd.rn cnnv.nlpn.. nt fAv
112K it. ; this property will be sold very reasonable
lisola Deiore iiaaei; lerui uauc iu.uh ijuiciincr;
possession at once. THOS. MCCAFHtKY. 3509
Butler st. my21-3S-Ths
Enst End Residences.
FOB SALE-BEN VENUE PLACE-QUEEN
ANNE dwelling often rooms, reception hall,
bath. w. c laundry: all conveniences: large lot,
50x120: shade and fruit trees: splendid porch.
SAMUEL W. BLACK 3. CO., 99 Fourth ave.
myi7-SS-TTS
TTVlK SALE-I5,000-NEW BRICK. 15 ROOMS,
Jj elegant In finish and every convenience,
handsomely located; corner lot, 65x153 on Rippey
st tpaved). Nineteenth ward: five minutes' of
P R. K. and cable. MELLON BROTHLKS. 6349
Station st., E. E. my25-126-TTssu
F
lORSALE-FIRST-CLASS REsIDENCE;GOOD
.t . -mt k rifurnArl A nlih nlaiiivln
lienis: decani siauic uuwuvu m n..u,n,t
house and cow stable; lot 120x305 ft, with (1) or
additional lot, 150x140: owner leaving city; will
sell cheap. Apply BOOM 213, Lewis Block.
myi3-I9
I7AOR SALE -OR WILL TRADE FOR CITY
home-an elegant two-story frame dwelling
at'Brushton. eight rooms, reception hall and all
other modern improvements; electric light all
through the house; mnst be seen to get an idea or
Its beauty; lot 80x100. J. C HKU.L Y, 77 Diamond
.. mv29.2S
Ti'OR SALE-NORTH HIGHLAND AVIKUK,
F new 9-voom brick dwelling, reception hall,
bath, laundry, h. and c. water, two Inside w. c ,
stationary washstaiids, inside shutters, both gases;
lot 37x200 feet; the choicest residence location
on the avenue: priee p.500. terms reasonable.
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth aye.
my27-66-TT
FOB SALE-NEW QUEEN ANNE BRICK
dwelling just completed, 7 rooms and
attic water, natural gas, etc: front and rear
norelies. good large cellar, lot 24x120, convenient
to Haielwood station and Second avenue electric
railway, only 25 minutes from Smlthlleld street;
price, onlyHOW. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO.,
99 Fonrtn are. my2l-52-TTS
FOR SALE-MEYBAN AVENUE. OAKLAND,
onlyH,8X. a two-story frame house of seven
rooms, hall and finished attic: folding doors be
tween parlor and dining room; slate mantels and
tile hearths: range, natural and artificial gas;
tiapered throughout, laundry in basement: this is
a choice property and has easterly exposure; lot
2SXI41 to Ward street. J. E. GLASS, No. 138
Fifth avenue. my23-44
FORBALE-JI4.500 INVESTMENT ORHOME
One square from Fifth and Penn ave. cable,
on P. It. It., on paved avenue, substantial ten
room brick dwelling, with modern conveniences,
hall, laundry, electric lights, etc.: lot 90x212 feet,
running back to a proposed street, with good
stable and carriage houseon rear; this property
Is rapidly enhancing In value. SAMUEL W.
BLACK CO., 99 Fourth ave. my27-43
FOR SALE 15,400-HERE, WE HAVE A NICE
Shadvside property to sell at a bargain on
terms to suit purchaser of limited means; SI, 000 In
cash. Y500 per year: almost new house; eight rooms,
vestibule hall, finished attic, bath, laundry,
sliding doors, electric lights and bells, hot and
cold water, large pantry, range, natural gas:
porches, front and rear; nice lot. CHARLES
SOMERS A CO., 313 Wood St., 6019 Penn ave.
my-7-ia
FOR 8ALE-AT A BARGAIN-A CHOICE
Oakland residence; a new two-story and
mansard brick residence of eight rooms, hall,
vestibule, bath, w. c. and w. s range, h. and c
water, slate mantels and tile hearths, Inside shut
ters, front and rear porches: the house Is hand
somely papered throughout: large dry cellar,
nicely cemented and perfectly dry; the sewerage
is perfect, being connected with the main city
sewer; lot 24xlW)toan alley; Immediate posscs-
cewer; iwfc .mnw w u auvj ; iiniueuiait
slon. J."E. GLASS, No. 133 Fifth ave.
my29-44
Hnzelwood Residence.
FOB 8ALE-K.W0-A LOW PKIOE FOR A
nice corner property; Haielwood, good
streets, sewered, convenient to station and elec
tric road: substantial, well-finished house, roar
rooms, kitchen, pantry, clothes presses, good
cellar; lot 80x100, affording nice yard or room for
additional bulldlnr. CHARLES HOMERS & CO.,
31S Wood in, 6019 Penn aye. myZ7-82
PECTSBUEG" B1SPATCH,
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE
Alleeheny Residence..
FOR SALE PRICE S1.700-A GOOD CHANCE
to procure a nice little home at a very low
figure on Rebecca street, Allegheny; two-story
brick, four roomi and finished attic natural gas,
etc. J. C. BEILLY, No. 77 Diamond street,
my27-57
I7IOR SALE-S2.SOO-MODEEN HOUSE OF SIX
rooms, hall, pantry, laundry; nice condition
throughout; natural gas, excellent well and city
water; handsome elevated lot, terraced shade
trees, shrubbery: 'ieuth ward, Allegheny: easy
terms. CHARLES SOMERS CO., 313 Wood sL
my27-82
FOR SALE A GOOD INVESTMENT IN
property on Chartlers St., Allegheny, con
sisting of a lot 40x160 feet, with apavedalley on
the side and rear, and three good frame dwellings
on rear with vacant ground in front to build on;
call for particulars. C. BERINGER & SON. 156
Fourth ave. my24-33-TTS
FOR SALE-119.000-A PBIME ALLEGHENY
Investment, ten brick houses, corner lot,
fronting two good streets: bnlldlngs always In
demand and occupied by prompt paying tenants:
rentals $2,000 per year; easy terms of payment:
Sropcrty ont of the market Junel. CHARLES
OMEBS 4 CO., 313 Wood street, 6019 Penn avenue.
mpa-62
ITIOR BAL.E AT A VERY LOW PRICE. ON
' account orowner leaving the city, in a desir
able location in Alleeheny, two-story brick nouse,
6even rooms, finished attic hot and cold water,
both gasses: newly nalnted and In complete or
der; Immediate possession: lot 20x110 to paved
street, DAVID SHAW A CO., 152 Fourth ave
nue my29-27
OR SALE-NO. 263 WESTERN AVEN UE,
Allegheny, a two-story brick residence of 9
rooms, hall, vestibule, bath room, h. and c.
water, marble mantles and hearths, range and
furnace In basement, nat. and art. gas. fine
chandeliers, electric bells, front and back stairs,
S??dKlQ hasement, large lot, 46 ft. 8 Inches by
120 1 feet to an alley; this is one of the most deslr
a'?,.P,rSpertl',a on the ayenue. J. E. GLASS. No.
IMF! ft have. , my29-44
suburban Renldence.
FOK3ALE-TWO-STOBYFBAMEDWELL1NG
of five rooms, hall, two porches, etc., with
lirgc lot 80x250 feet, at Emsworth: P. F. W. A C.
R. R.: price only f!,500. C. BERINGER & SON,
150 Fourth ave. my24-33-TTS
FOR SALE AT EDGEWOOIJ ONE OF THE
most desirable suburbs on the P. R. B.. a
fine residence, 12 rooms and 3 in mansard; well
Improved; one acre ol beautiful laying gronnd;
fruit and ornamental trees. See W. A. HERBON
& SON S. 80 Fourth ave. my25-47-MTh
FOB SALE AT SWISSVALE A nOUSE
containing 4 nice large rooms and kitch-n
on first floor, 4 large bed rooms and batnroom on
second floor, 4 attic rooms, good cellar and laun
dry: low grates, natural gas, electric lights, etc.;
lot 134 acres, with fruit ana shade trees: honse
newly painted and papered: this property Is of
fered at less than original cost; anyone in search
of a suburban home would do well to look at this
property. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth
ave. my27-49-TT
FOR SALE AT H&O A LOW PB1CE FOP. A
home In a very desirable residence location;
new house, seen rooms, vestibule, hall, slate
mantels, nice chandeliers, good plumbing
throughout, supplied with natural gas and pure
water, front and back porches, nice level lot 5Ux
225, aflordlug lawn, shade and shrubbery. 4
minutes from station, good sidewalks: owner Is
non-resident, urges sale, and a bargain mar be
had on this property. CHARLES SOMERS A
CO., Ill Wood street, 6019 Penn aevnne.
. my27-82
FOR SALE LOTS.
Cltv 'Lot
FOR SALE CARSON bTBEET, 8, S., NEAR
new electric car station, corner lot size 24x
122; this Is offered al a bargain, and buyers should
see this before purchasing elsewhere. J. E.
GLASS, No. 158 Fifth avenue. my29-44
East End Lota.
FOR SALE-t650-LOT 20X1U0, PAVED ST.,
Thirteenth ward, near cable; eood location
for building Investment. CHARLES SOMERS A
CO., 313 Wood St., 6019 Penn ave. my27-83
F
OBSALE-WALNUTST., CORNERBELLE-
iii.vii. nne icvei lot. sgxict to .-iooi
alley: line or Duquesne traction; (1,700. BAX
TER. THOMPSON A CO.. 162 Fourth ave.
my25-74-MThs
FOR SALE-P0 FOOT FRONT; 'ELEGANT
large lots, on paved' St.; One building sites:
Nineteenthward: five minutes of P. K. B. and
cable lines. MELLON BROTHERS. 6349 Station
st E. E. my25-126-TTSSu
FOR SALE 2 LOTS-S0X160 FT. EACH-ONLY
3 minutes from railroad and Fifth and Penn
avennes. East End; will sell below market price
For particulars see A. D. WILSON, 55 Federal St.,
Allegheny. my28-85
FOR SALE TWO HANDSOME CORNER
lots fronting 60 ft. on St. Clair and Rippey
Bts.; only S70 per foot front, Nineteenthward;
five minutes' or P. R. B.. or cable. MELLON
BEOIHEES, 6349 Station St., E. E.
my25-12S-TTS8u
FOR SALE 30 ACRES IN FIRST-CLASS CON
DITION and neighborhood; five mlnntes
from P. K. B. station: 20 minutes' ride from
Union depot; would subdivide nicely; price low
and terms reasonable. SAMUEL W. BLACK A
CO., 99 Fourth avenue. my39-25-ThS
FOR SALE-IU PER FOOT-SQUIRREL HILL,
MOO feet frontage on a 51-foo: street, level
lying, good location .ind convenient to second
ave. electric line: enhancement certain: can be
retailed at a handsome profir. SAMUEL W.
BLACK & CO.. 99 Fonrth ave. mv29-I'-HTTF
Allefflicnv Lots.
FOB SALE-100 ALLEGHENY LOTS ON
Lombard fit.. Linden and Maple ayes.. Tenth
and Twelfth wards: payments easy. Inquire ot
J. A S. MCNAUGUEK, 43 North Diamond st.. or
43 Federal st. mhlS-M-D
FOR SALE WESTERN AVENUE. ALLE
GHENY, a very choice lot, size 23 ft. 4 Inches
by 120 feet deep to an alley: this Is one of the most
desirable lots on the avenue For particulars see
J. E. GLASS, No. 133 Fifth ave. my29-4i
FOB 8ALE-f7,000-AN ELEGANT BUILDING
site, corner of two good streets, convenient
to California avenue. Eleventh ward, Allegheny;
a frontage on the two streets respectively of IJOx
130; we can recommend this as something very de
sirable in Allegheny vacant property, and "to a
prompt buyer can offer a bargain of It. CHARLES
COMERS A CO., 313 Wood street, 6019 Penn ave
nue. my27-82
Suburban Lotk.
FOB SALE-?650. FOUR LOTS 25x100 FEET,
Walls station P. B. K. : good location: close
to the station. MELLON BROTHERS. 6349
Station St., E. E. my25-126-TTSSu
FOR BALE-FINE- BUILDING SITES AT
Edgewood, 50x120, from (600 to (800: sold only
with builalng line aud restrictions: city water,
gas and electricity. H. C. CLARKE, 135 Fourth
ave, and Edgewood. my29-39-TT6
FOR SALE NORTH HOMESTEAD LOTS, 60X
120 feet, fronting on a 60-font street, near
Swlssvalc station, P.R.R., and City Farm station,
B. A O. R. R. : price MOO to (500 each : terms to suit.
1RAM. BUBCHFIELD, 158 Fourth avenue.
aplO-36-D
FOR SALE-SHARPSBUKG LOTS-THURSDAY,
May 29. at 3 o'clock, will sell at auc
tion on premises, 5 lots, 20x90. in Bradley's plan,
adjoining Seltz's glasshouse, Sumner station. Just
outside the Sharpsburg borough line; easy terms.
A. LFGGATE A SON, Auctioneers, 31 Federal
St., Allegheny. my28-87
FOR SALE SUBURBAN PROPERTY-THE
best In the market for the money. In the hand
some village of Sheraden, 15 minutes from Union
station, on the Panhandle railroad; 34 dally
trains: monthly fare 5 cents a trip: large lots, 50
and 100 leet front, from (250 to (SOU each; easy
terms; houses built fir purchasers; home-6eekers
and Investors for proflt should see Sheraden be
fore they buy elsewhere. For lull particulars
applyto SHERADEN LAND AND IMPROVE
MENT COMPANY, Limited, 127 Fifth avenue,
Pittsburg. my20-45-MTh6Su
Farm.
FOR SALE-FARM 78 ACRES, 2-STORY FB.
house 9 rooms, barn, good steain sawmill,
coal, rich soil, suited lor grain, grass or garden:
owner old and must sell; near Euon station. ED
W1V1ISH. 410 Grant st. - myiS-D
FOR SALE-SMALL FARM OF 20 ACRES, lji
miles lrom station on West Penn K, R, ; good
frame house of three rooms, stable etc.; vonng
orchard and well watered: price (2,000. c. BER
1NOER A SON. 153 Fonrth ave. my24-33-TTS
OR SALE-A GOOD FARM OF 250 ACRES,
ofwhlch 130 acres Is cleared, being rich and
productive land; 3J$ miles from Blairsville in
Westmoreland county, with new frame house of
ten rooms, large barn and other outbuildings,
young orchard, water In every field: land all un
derlaid with coal: price (75 per acre for all, or will
divide it. C. BEBINGER A SON. 136 Fourth ave.
my24-33-TTS
FOR SALE-200 ACRES OF THE FINEST
...4I!a ln Allegheny countv; this land Is on
both sldej or railroad, 15 miles from cltv, and can
be laid off In tine country residence sites, and a
fortune made for thoinan who will do it: will be
sold on long time, with low rate of Interest. Full
particulars can be obtained from THOS. M.
MARSHALL, Jr., U7 Diamond St., Pittsburg,
F- my24-46
Miscellaneous
ITIOR SALE-OWN A HOSIE WE WILL BUY
.' or build for you anywhere and let your rent
payfor the property; no security required.
GRAIN 11ESTATE PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION,
branch office. Standard building, 531-533 Wood; st.
mvl3-15-TT68u
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
Business Chance.
FOE SALE-CIGAR AND CONFECTIONREY
store. (250: grocery stores. (600 to (2,000; cigar
stores, drugstores, notion store, news stand,
gents' furnishing storesVlght manufactories, etc.
PEBClVALACHAPMAN,439Grantst. my29-29
FOB SALE-HARDWARE STORE, OBOCEBY
stores, country stores; finest book and sta
tionery store in best town ln Western Pennsyl
vania: excellent city music store, good office busi
ness; bakeries, drugstores, cigar stores, butcher
shops. SHEPABD A CO., 151 Fourth ave. my22
FOB SALE A GOOD BUSINESS A CLOTH
ING store, established over nine years, ln a
handsome town (county seat). Is oflered on favor
able terms; business pays (2,500 a year after store
and personal expenses deducted, and proofs to
show for It: good reasons for selling. Address K,
care Carrier 33. Cleveland. O. mylS-70
FOR SALE WHOLESALE OIL AND PETRO
LEUM bnslness. Owing to the death or Mr.
William CL West, the only member of the firm of
C. West A Sons, said firm having conducted the'
wuoiesaie on uusiucss ior ine last&z years, ana
handled petroleum since It has been in use, the
frood will and stock on hand, which Is not large,
s offered for sale. Address or apply to CHRIS
TOPHER WEST, Executor, 18 East Lombard St.,
Baltimore, Md. my29-J7-rrssu
THUESDAY, MAY 29,
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
Business Chnneea
TTIORSALE-AGOODBARBERSHOP-OWNEK
4Vp,&N,N,iy&Ve bUiineSS- APPl5m'v8-
my2S-18
F
OK SALE-COMMISSION BUSINESS, DOING
an elegant trade- Tirnflte lt mr will satlsf r
??7S.n,e,iES,odreasonsfor selling. Address J. B.
HATCH, 26 Balkan St., Allegheny. my24-86
Bnalnras fftands.
FOR SALE-ONE-THIRD INTEREST IN RED
brick works; capacity, 30,000 per day; excel
lent location ln the city; capital required, (5, M0:
Particulars to principals. Address B. B. W.,
'lspatch office. . my29-44
FOR SALE CHEAP. ON ACCOUNT OF
removal or the owner, on Oneida nr. Grand
view avenue, Thlrty-flfthward. two lots. 26KX130
it., with a good storeroom; dwellng of rooms;
stable room to build on one lot: only (4,200 for all.
See W. A. HEBRON A SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
my28-4VWThs
FOR SALE-PENN AVENUE PROPERTY,
near Hlland avenue, E. E.; lot 28x200 feet to
40-foot street ln the rear: house of 6 rooms and
storeroom in front and 4-room house ln the rear;
this will be sold at a price less than anything else
ln the neighborhood. Call soon on KELLY A
ROGERS, No. 6315 Station street, E. E. my29-20
FOR SALE FINE BUSINESS PROPERTY,
near City Hall. Allegheny: new four-story
brick building, contains large storeroom and 16
rooms, 4 bath rooms, w. c. nat. gas, water, elec
tric bells, back and front stairs, elevator, well
sewered, good light: rents well: is a fine Invest
ment. A. D. WILSON, 55 Federal st Allegheny.
my28-36-Ths
FOR SALE CHOICE PENN AVENUE PROP
ER! Y. near East Liberty station, having a
front of 90 feet on Penn avenue. 195 deep to street
ln rear: improvements, two storerooms and large
brick dwelling; this Is a decided bargain and will
be sold at a price that will make money lor the
Surchascr. Call on KELLY A ROGERS. No. 6315
tatlon street. East End. my29-2a
F
OR SALE VALUABLE MANUFACTUBING
i.lant. sunnlled with a full line of fine ma
chinery and tools adapted for manufacturing a
specialty, in which a considerable business has
already been established, and which presents am
ple opportunity for a large Increase without the
usual outlay necessary to build up a trade: eligi
bly sltuattd on railroads and river; buildings
large, well lighted and ventilated aud using nat
ural gas as fuel and light, it presents an excep
tional opportunity for an investment. We Invite
the attention of capitalists and shall be clad to
give full particulars upon application. The
UNION TRANSFER A TKUST CO., 121 and 123
Fonrth avenue. mr23-12
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
IIorscH. Vehicles. Live Stock, tfce.
F1
OR SALE-TBICYCLE (ENGLISH MFB.) IN
ai conQiuon. w. v. u., vjt urant. mpnj
FOR SALE-THOROUGHBRED JERSEY
cow. fresh this month. Apply ROOM 213,
Lewis Block. my28-2a
FOR SALE-NEW BAROUCHE, FOR SINGLE
or double team: Jersey wagon, buggy and
harness, all complete. Apply ROOM 213, Lewis
FOR SALE-SHETLAND PONY, CART AND
harness, one boy's and one girl's saddle Can
be seen at PHILLIPS' STABLE, West Diamond
street, Allegheny. my27-28
F
OR SALE-ONE SET DOUBLE WAGON
harness; used onlv a few times and srood as
new: a bargain. Apply at ARCHIBALD'S
DJ..A..U1JF;, liuxmra ave. myz-114
ITIOR SALE-THE STUDEBAKEB WAGON
nsed by lhe Dispatch Country Road Expedi
tion; price moderate: condition good. Can be
seen at ARCHIBALD'S STABLE, 119Trhlrd ave.,
for three days, my22-117
FOR SALE GENTLEMAN'S TURNOUT;
horse, harness and sidebar buggy; horse very
fast, and a good saddler; also road wagon, cart,
doctor's phaeton and barouche. GEO. S. MAR
TIN A CO.. 635 Liberty st. my24-S4-TTSn
QIachinerv and Metals.
F1
OR SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS NEW
andrentted: renilrlne Dromntlv attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO.,
LIM., below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa.
ap3-76
FOR SALE ONE 2(1X24 HORIZONTAL EN
GIN E, 25,000 feet second-hand wire rope; also
hoisting and portable engines and Slomen valves,
castings, etc VELTE A MCDONALD, 3200 Penn
avenue. Iy2l-91-TT8
FOR SALE DRILLING ENGINES AND
hollers for oil or gas wells, engines and boil
ers ln every size and style saw mills and wood
working machinery. HARMES MACHINE
DEPOT. No. 97 First ave., Pittsburg, Pa.
mhs-p
FOE SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles la stock, from 4 to
100 h. p. tall rentted;good as new, at lowest prices;
portable engines. 8 to 25 h. p. ; boilers all sizes
and styles. J.S.YOUNG,23Fark way, Allegheny,
Pa. OC25-80-D
Uliacellaneons.
FOR SALE CHEAP-FOUR SECOND-HAND
Hazleton tripod boilers of 300 h. p. each. Ad
dress SWIFT A CO., Station A, Kansas City. Mo,
my25-48
FOB SALE-VERY CHEAP IF BOUGHT AT
once; valuable patent right. Address PAT
ENT, Dispatch office, or J. B. MELLOR. Mc
Kee's Bocks l'ostoffice, Allegheny county, Pa.
mv29-12 -
FOR SALE AM RECEIVING DAILY FINE
bananas ln carlots, and dealers will do well
to call and examine my stock before purchasing
elsewhere: will fill all country orders 23 per cent
cheaper than any other house in the trade: keep
no drummeri on the road and give my patrons the
benefit when sending their orders to mo direct:
will receive this week one car choice Louisiana
new potatoes and one car Louisiana onions In
three-bushel barrels, and will be able to fill all
orders after this week with choice white and
-arly Rose potatoes and boutbern onions; have
several hundred boxes fine lemons ln stock which
can ofier to the tiade cheaper than the cheapest
house In the city; have several cars of fine old
potatoes in storage which can sell to parties ln
need of same at very low prices. AH parties who
are ln need of produce, bananas and foreign fruits
of all kinds had better call upon the old reliable
wholesale commission house of THOMAS H. Mc
UOWAN. 607 Liberty St. my21-29
LOST.
T OST-GOLD SPECTACLES IN LEATHER
Jj covered copper case. JOHN M. RE1D. 210
Robinson St., or A. LEG GATE A SON, 31 Federal
St., Allegheny. my23-86
LOST-LADY'S SMALL SILVER WATCH,
on Tuesday evenlng.at Sterrett Schoolhonsc.
Liberal reward if returned to MISS BUTLER, at
the school. my29-65
LOST-GOLD CHAIN BRACELET ON TUES
DAY night on way from Twenty-fifth ward
to Exposition building. A liberal reward will be
paid for the return to PRODUCE HOUSE, N o. lOv
Smithfleld st. my29-53
PERSONA i
PERSONAL BOOKS WANTED-IF YOU
have any books to sell, let us know. LEVI'S
BOOK blORE, Seventh Avenue Hotel building.
mh7
PERSONAL CHAMBEBS', ZELL'S. PEO
PLE'S, Appleton's and Encyclopaedia
Brltannlca at hair price. FRANK BACON A
CO.. 301 Smithfleld st. my28
REWARDS.
EEVABD-FIFTYDOLLABS REWARD FOR
the recovery of tho body of John Schreiber.
aged II years, drowned ln Allegheny river Mav
27, 1890. Beward;can be had at F. LUTZ'S. 1335
Penn ave. my29'60
EDUCATIONAL.
KE B L E SCHOOL SYRACUSE. N. Y.
Boarding School for girls. Under the su
pervision of the Rt. Kev. P. D. Huntington, S.
T. D. The twentieth school year begins Wed.,
Sept. 17, 18C0. Applvto MISS MARY J. JACK
BON. Principal. my8-66-ThS
LEGAL NOTICES.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
letters testamentary on the estate of
James Porter, deceased, have been granted to
the undersigned, to whom all persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make Immediate
payment, and those bavins claims against tho
same should make them known without delay.
FRANK. W. STRAW, JAS. W. PORTER,
Executors. my23-19
ESTATE OF MORRIS FEITLER. DE
CEASED Notice is hereby given that
letters of administration on tho estate of Morris
Feitler, deceased, late of Pittsburg, Pa havo
been granted to the undersigned, to whom all
persons indebted to said estate are requested
to rnake immediate payment, and those having
claims or demands against the same will make
tnem known without delay.
CARRIE FEITLER, Administratrix,
my22-2S.TU 13 Wylie ave., Pittsburg.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
the first day of April. 1800, the iirm of
J. F. & J. L. Scott, stair builders, dissolved
artncrshlp. The business from that date
las' been and is now conducted by
John F. Scott, late of the said firm.
All accounts duo the late firm of J. F.
fe J. L. Scott are payable only to the
toaid firm J. F. Scott, who is acting as
liquidating partner.
myK3D-Th J. F. SCOTT.
J.H. BALDWIN. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
94 Diamond street.
TTiSTATE OF JOSEPH FLEMING, DE
JCi CEASED Notice Is hereby given that
letters testamentary on the estate of Joseph
Fleming, late of the borough of Sewickley, in
the county of Allegheny, have been granted to
the undersigned, to whom all persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment, and thoso hiving claims against the
same should make them known without lel.iv.
GEORGE S. FLEMING, ROBERTF. SHAN
NON, Executors, at 412 Market St., Pittsburg.
my22-29-Th
JAMES H. PORTE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
409 Grant st.
ESTATE OF WILLIAM WOLF, DE
CEASED Administrator's Notice No
tice is hereby given that letters of ad.
ministration on the estate of William Wolf,
late of the city of Pittsburg (who died In the
hospital at Gottingen, Germany, in 1881), in the
connty of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania,
deceased, have been granted to the under
signed, to whom all persons indebted to said
estate are requested to make Immediate
payment, and those having claims or demands
against the same will make tbem known, with
out delay, to EPHRAIM CLAY.Admlnlstrator,
Thirty-fifth ward, Plttbjurg.Pa or his attorney,
James H. Porte, 409 Grant it, my25Tli
189a
TO LET.
Soar End Resiaence.
TO LET-BOUP ST., NEAB WALNUT ST..
Shadyslde, new two-story mansard brick
dwelling, ten rooms, reception hall. gas. water,
bath. Inside w. c.j etc : iront porch, good lot.
BAXTER, THOMPSON A CO., lKFourth ave.
my27-83-TTS
Alleeheny Residences.
TO LET (16 PER MO. FOB A HOUSE. 6
rooms, on Stnrgcon st., Klrst ward. Allegheny;
location good. See W. A. HEREON A SONS. 80
Fourth aye. mj 27-61-TT
Apartments.
TO LET SECOND-STORY FRONT BOOM,
nlcelv furnished, both gases: hew house.
ARCH ST., four doors off Ohio St., Allegheny.
niy.-74
omccn. DciUKoom. tc-
TO LET A FEW NICE OFFICES IN GEB
MANIA SAVINGS BANK BUILDING,
Wood and Diamond streets. aplu-49
rpO LET DESIRABLE OFFICES ONE
I large front and two backrooms on first floor.
Apply at 115 FOURTH AVENUE. my27-e9-TTS
TO LET TWO ELEGANT AND COMMODI
OUS offices, centrally located and immediately
available: have been nscd as physicians' offices
foranumberorvears: furnished or unrurntshed,
as desired. Address M. L. C, Dispatch office.
2my25-140-TTSSn
Bnslness Stands.
TO LET ORSALE IN UNIONTOWN A
bakery, and dwelling house attached; a good
bnslness opening. J. K.BITENOUR. my23-69
Miscellaneous.
TO LET OB FOB SALE-HOTELS, COTTAGES
and bath houses, Atlantic City, N. J.: lots
for sale in all parts of the city: also So. Atlantic
City, Chelsea and for Atlantic Land Co. ISRAEL
G. ADAMS A CO.. Real Estate Agts., Real Es
tate and Law Bulldlnr. apl6-58
TO LET-LANDING ON MONONGAHELA
river, extending from Thirty-fourth street,
S. S., to city line, about L20O feet: good depth of
water: can have 3U acres level ground, running
from river to P."; McK. A Y. R. It.. If desired:
used at present for boat siding and Inmber yard.
Apply to J. McC. HAYS. 3400 Carson St. Tele
phone6114. my28-26
PROPOSALS.
O BALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
k5 CEIVED up to 4 P. M. WEDNESDAY,
June 4. 1890, for the alterations and additions
to Thirty-third street school. No. 2, Thirteenth
ward, and Sommers street school, cor. of Som
mers st. and Webster ave., city. Plans and
specifications can be seen at the office of
Joseph Stillbury, artist, 20 Fifth ave., Pittsburg,
Pa. Bonds for the full amount of contract
will be required. The right Is reserve'd to re
ject any or all proposals. The proposal" are to
be addressed to ALFRED LAWTON. Sec'y.,
368 Center ave. my29-58
Q BALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
JO CEIVED at the ofBce of the Secretary of the
Town Council of Butler borough until TUES
DAY, June 3, 1890. at 730 P. K- for the paving
of Main street ot Butler borough (about 25.000
square yds. to he paved with lire or vitrified
brick.) Plans and specifications can be seen at
the office of the Secretary of Council. Council
reserves the right to reject any or all bids.
W. T. MECHLING,
President of Town Council.
LEVI M. WISE, Sec.
Butler. PA., May 21, 1890. my22-13
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, WASHING
TON, D. C, May 28. 1890 Sealed propos
als will be received at this Department until two
(2) o'clock P. M., FRIDAY, June 20, 1890, for wlr
ing the new U. S. Court House and Postoffice,
Pittsburg, Pa., for a system ot electric lighting.
All particulars necessary in the premises ran
bo obtained upon application to the Custodian,
Custom House, Pittsburg, Pa. The right to
reject any and all bids, and to waive defects, is
reserved. Proposals should be addressed to
the Secretary of the Treasury and Indorsed
"Proposals for wiring Court Houe and Post
office, Pittsburg. Pa." Acceptance of pro
posals dopendnnt npon appropriation by Con
gress. W. WINDOM, Secretary. my29-35-Th
QEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
P CEIVED untH2o'cIockP. M.. SATURDAY,
May 31. 1890, for $40,000 worth of bonds of the
borough of Wilkinsburg: Hrst bonds in de
nominations of $1,000 each; the first 20 bonds re
deemable in 20 years; 10 bonds ln 25 years, and
10 bonds in 30 years; said bonds to bear 4 per
cent, interest, free o( State tax. per annum, pay
able semi-annually. Committee reserves the
right to reject any and all bids. Address bids to
ARTHUR STUART, Chairman Finance Com
mittee, P. O. Box 25, Wilklnsburg. Pa.
ARTHUR STUART,
JOHN MCINTOSH,
T. W.McCUNE.
Finance Committee.
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PROPOSALS SEALED PROPOSALS
will be received by the Borough of Brad
flock until 730 P. M MONDAY, June 2, 1890,
for the grading and paving of Fourth, Parker,
Ninth, Aliequippa and Washington streets,
twenty thousand (20,000) square yards, more or
less.
Separate bids will be received for each or the
following materials: Vitrified fire brick, asphalt
block, and regular and irregular Ligonler
block. A suitable bond mnst accompany each
bid.
The right is reserved by the Borough Council
to reject any or all bids.
Plans and specifications can be seen at the
office of the Borough Engineer, No. 730 Brad
dock avenue, Braddock. Pa. t
H. C. SHALLENBERGER. Burgess.
mv24-87-D
MEETINGS.
PENNSYLVANIA COMPANY, (
Pittsburg. May 23, 1890. I
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Pennsylvania Company
will be held at the general office of said com
pany, in the city of Pittsburg, Pa., on TUES
DAY, June 3, 1890, at 11 o'clock a. m. for the
purpose of receiving the annual report for 1SE9,
the election of 13 directors to serve for tbe
ensuing year and the transaction of such other
business as may properly come before the
meeting. 8. B. LIGGETT, Secretary.
my23-24-Ti
OFFICIAL PITTSBURG.
CONTRACTORS-SEALED PROPOSALS
will be receiyed up nntil FRIDAY. May
30, 1890. at 2 o'clock P. u. for fitting up the Con
troller's safe with document files and book
racks. Information furnished on application.
The right reserved to accept or reject anvbid.
my 20-14 E. S. MORROW. Controller.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
XN reports of viewers on the construction of
sewers on Miller street, from Center avenue to
Reed street, and Bayard and Neville streets,
from Craig street to outlet near Junction Rail
road tunnel, have been approved by Councils,
which action wilFbe final, unless an appeal is
filed in the Court of Common Pleas within ten
(10) days from date. E. M. B1GELOW.
Chief of Department of Public Works,
Pittsburg, May 29. 1890.
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Continued on Twelfth Page,
AMUSEMENTS.
RACES
HOMEWOOD,
DECORATION DAY.
ADMISSION, 50 CENTS.
Trains leave Union Depot, 12.50. 1:30 and 2
P. M. my29-58
D
ECOR.VT10N DAY EXCURSION
ON
STEAMER MAYFLOWER,
Will leave foot Wood street for East Liverpool
at 9 A. M.; Locust street. Allegheny. 0:30 A.ii.i
Sewickley. 10.30A. JI.; Rochester. 12, returning
10 P. M. Brass and striru? music. Faro for
round trip. Jl; fare from Rochester, 50c, includ
ing dancing. Regular evening excursions on
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7:30. Sundays
at 2 P. M. - . my28-61
B
IJOU THEATER, TO-NIGHT.
ONE OF THE FINEST.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
Special Matinee Decoration Day.
Jnne 2 Tbe Paymaster, with John L. Sulll
van. my26-l
-IRAND OPERA HOUSE-TO-NIGHT.
jr Matinee Saturday.
HANLON'S NEW FANTASMA.
Second week-HANLON'S FANTASMA.
my29
HARRY VTOLLIAMS' ACADEMY
To-night and at the Matinees,
HYDE'S
BIG SPECIALTY COMPANY.
Matinee Decoration Day.
Last week of tbe season. my25-13-D
-TTTORLD'S MUSEUM. ALLEGHENY CITY
y V Week of May 28. Continued success,
Hypnotism. Many Interesting curios. In thea
ter tbe beautiful melodrama, "Held in Slavery,"
by Martin Hayden and company. Wonderful
mechanical effects. xny25-88-s
AUCTION tSALEJS.
AUCTION SALE.
AUCTION SALE OF
Valuable Second Avenue
Real Estate.
On the premises, 133. 135. 137 Second avenue,
Pittsburg, at 3 o'clock P. ST.,
THURSDAY, MAY 29. 1890.
That very desirable property situate as above.
and adjoining Central Hotel building On
premise are 3 TWO-STOKY BUILDINGS:
lot 67xSOfeet. Terms One-balf cash, balance
in three years, secured by bond and mortgage.
GEO. JOHNSTON, Auctioneer.
my 27-74 TT 62 Fonrth ave.. Plttsbnrg.
AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD
GOODS AND CARPETS,
THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 29,
(Day before Decoration Day,) at 10 o'clock, at
the rooms No. 311 Market St.
Walnut, oak and cherry bedsteads, bureaus,
washstands. china closets, sideboards, exten
sion tables, bookcases, folding beds, chamber
suits, bed lounges, chiffoniers, wardrobes,
clocks, shades, curtains, Brussels and Ingrain
carpets, rugs, linoleums, decorated toilet ware,
fancy roekers, cabinets, mirrors, plush, bro
cade, rug and hair cloth parlor suits, fancy
articles, billiard table. mattreses. springs, re
frigerator, oil stove, laundry and kitchen goods,
eta, etc., etc. my28-fo
TRUSTEE8' SALE OWING TO THE DIS
SOLUTION of the firm of W. A. Bolinger
& Co. the undersigned will offer at public sale
on SATURDAY". May 31, at 10 o'clock A. M at
No. 5809 Penn ave, Pittsburg, the following
property, to-wit: one match team 5-year-old
draft horses, weight 3,100 Bis. one double set
harness, one two-horse platform spring wagon
almost new, one set 12-ton scales, a lot of sewJ
pipe and fittings, office furniture, etc JOHN
R. BAD1I, SAM'L GARRISON. Trustees.
my27-04
BUSINESS CHANGES.
DISSOLUTION NOTICE IS HEREBY
given that the partnership, heretofore ex
isting between the' undersigned and Stephen
Gregg, known as Gregg & Wildman. has been
this day dissolved bv mutual consent. All per
sons indebted to said firm will settle with the
undersigned, and all persons to whom they are
indebted will present their claims to him, who
alone is authorized to settle the late partner
ship affairs. Tbe business of tho late firm will
be continued by the undersigned under the
name of Sawmill Run Coal Company.
E. N. WILDMAN.
Room 503. Lewis Block.
Pittsburg. Pa.. Mav 27. lbua. my29-7
DECORATION DAY
Will afford busy people an admirable oppor
tnnity to visit
WILMERDING,
The site of the great
AIRBRAKE WORKS,
And see for themselves the wonderful Pbog
bess, and still more wonderful Prospects,
of this model town.
BOUND TRIP TICKETS
Can be purchased at
EXCURSION RATES
And admirable picnic grounds can be found
In tbe neighboring forest.
TAKE ADAY OFF,
And you may at the same time find an invest
ment that will make it the happiest day of your
life.
AS BUSINESS COMES BEFORE PLEAS
URE, DON'T FAIL TO SEE THE
, AGENT OF THE
EAST PITTSBURG IMPROVEMENT CO,
Immediately after your arrival. Otherwise,
someone else may get the very lot you want.
CITY OEFICE, ROOM 52,
Westinghouse Buildinor.
my!5-10-Th
$17,DDD.
UNIQUE STDNE HOME.
Linden Avenue, Above Penn,
EAST END. .
Two stories and finished attic, containing 10
large commodions rooms, with closets and every
modern convenience: bard wood floors tbrougb
out4he whole bouse, beautiful ball with tilo
fioorand grand staircase, dining room and hall
windows of highest character, stained glass,
large bay windows, fine stone, brick and bard
wood mantels, with English tilefacingand open
grates, special designed combination chande
liers and gas fixture, electric lights and electric
gas lighting fixtures, call bells, speaking tubes,
etc; honse handsomely papered, decorated
throughout, complete bathroom, tiled walls and
floor. 4 square tuns, all plumbing of tbe latest
special improvements, with exposed brass pipes
and fixtures, all hardware of special Yale manu
facture, liurrowes' window and door screens,
linen and chambermaid closets, concealed fire
proof silver sate, large dry cellar, first-class fur
nace, natural gas, completely appointed laun
dry; large porches, tiled floor, red tile roof, fine
lawn with large shade trees and shrubbery; lot
180x171.
This grand residence is entirely of English de
sign, and occupies tbe crown of a hill overlook
ing the beautilnl Liberty Valley and surround
ing country, with no possibility of view being
cut off; specially designed by an Eastern archi
tect, and all work done under his supervision,
aud is without doubt one of the finest residences
in the East End. Entire work done by day work,
and nothing but the best material used. Du
quesne electric line within two minutes' walk.
If you anticipate purchasing a home you should
see this place betore buying.
BLACK "&" BAIRD,
95 FOURTH AVENUE.
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THE LARGEST
DOWN TOWN
STORAGE PLANT.
W. A. HOEVELER.
Warehouses and yards, Pike and Thirteenth,
Twelfth and Etna sts.
Private sidingsinyardsand warehouses. Low
rates of Insurance. Negotiable receipts issued.
Separate departments for general merchandise,
flour, furniture. Honors and metals. Hand
some and convenient office rooms for use of
customers free.
Railroad address, W. A. Hoeveler. Pike and
Thirteenth sts.. Pittsburg, Pa., A. V.RR. Cars
placed at Twelfth, st,, via. Junction R. R.
Shipping distributing and hauling attended
to. Exhibit space with power to let; also rooms
with power to suit. rab27-G2-TTSSu
"jl rcKNIGHT & VICTORY.
PLUMBERS, GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
Dealers in Gas Fixtures,
LAMPS, PUMPS, LEAD PIPE, HOSE, ETC.
Special atfntion given to Natural Gas Fitting.
416 SMITHFIELD ST., PITTSBURG. PA.
Telephone 769. ja7-69-TT3
D
,R. E. T. PAINTER
Has removed to
502 PENN AVE.
Consultation honrs 9 A. if. till 1 p. jr.
myl2-40-TT3
DIAMONDS-COME SEE OUR SEVEN
STONE diamond rings 15 00 each, the
greatest bargains on earth; friendship rings 60c,
SI 00 and SI 50 each: diamond watches, tine
jewelry, clocks, silverware and spectacles, etc.
at vyiLSON'S. 61 Fourth ave, Pittsburg. Fine
watch repairing a specialty. ap25-TTS
G
A. BALPH,
BUHDING CONTRACTOR,
41 bevenw avenue,
Pittsburg, Pa.
Telephone 1314. seo-3S-TT3
jlT MAY, SONS dt CO.,
Fino
DYEING AND CLEANING,
69 Sixth Avenue,
mblS-80-TTS
Pittsburg. Pa.
JOHN R. HARBISON, ESQ.
Dear Sib Yon have complied with the
rules of the Republican party as a candidate
for nomination for Senator, and any statement
that you have failed to do to is erroneous.
Yours, respectfully,
. 'rT. i. PORTER,
myawa Chairman,
3 -
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
A GREAT PROPERTY
Extending from Highland
Park in -the East End
to Butler street and
the Allegheny
Valley Rail
road, Divided and connected itith the extreme
of the city byNEGLEY AVENUE. th
magnificent thoroughfare now being
opened from RIVER TO RIVEB,
THE MORNINGSIDE LAND AND
IMPROVEMENT CO.'3
PLAN OF LOTS
NOW OPEN FOR BUYERS!
Homes right in the city at less than
country prices. Large lots, note the size,
24x176, 40x150, 48x100, acre plots, compars
the prices with those named by philaa.
thropic speculators in country properties.
$75,
$100.
$200,
$300,
$400.
The Terms,
$5 to $5 Down, Balance,.
$5 to $io per Month,
For cash, a sharp discountf
Workmgmen of Pittskrg
Allegheny, Sharpsburg. here U your op.
pottunity, 100 lots onlv to sell at thefri
prices and on these terms. j
Flans, particulars and conveyance di
rectly to the ground supplied bynsfros.
our
MAIN OFFICE,
313 WOOD STREETl
BRANCH OFFICE,
6019 PENN AVENUEv
CHAS.
SOMERS
&CO.
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FOR SALE.
TtlE ScnttJjnniEBtEBl
larimeeTavenue,
EASTEND.
About 5 Acres of Ground,
Beautifully adorned with shade trees. asphaW
turn walks, carriage drive and extensive lawn,
with fountain. With brick carriage house ana
stable for 3 cow; and 8 horses.
The grounds have a frontage of 440 feet Lari
mer avenue (a paved street) and about 600 fees
on Majflower street, all completely sewered.
With large collections of fruit trees.
The residence Is brick, with mansard roof; el v
gantly finished with 2 bathrooms. Inside w. c,
double parlors, laundry and every modern ood,
venience. Is witnin tour minutes' walk of
steam cars or either cable rood.
This choice property will be offered as a
whole for 10 days, and if not sold it will then bo
sub-divided into lots and offered to tho public.
INQUIRE OF
J. C. JAMISON,
99 FOURTH AVENUE,
Or. 133 FRANXSTOWN AVENUE,
EAST END.
ayaS-BS
plAN
OS,
ORGANS.
And all manner of Small Instruments
HAMILTON'S.
P-79 Fifth avenneD
PATENTS. .
O. D. LEVIS. Solicitor of Patents,
131 Fifth avenue, above Smithfleld, next Leads
office. (No delayj Establlaacaajeaia.
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