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The Korlhside Protective Association Takes a Hand in Court. DETECTIVE HESSEK WAS PRESENT 3o See That All Alleged Speak-Easy Kec ords Are Well Aired. SOME LIFE ADDED TO THE HAE1XGS The .Korths.de Retail Liquor Dealers Protective Association is looming up as a factor in License Court, and yesterday that organization's detective, Mr. Heser, was in attendance all dar. He cars testimony apaJnst alleged speaky-casy proprietors and other objectionable applicants. He says the organization is to protect present liquor dealers who have paid lor their privilege and don't want others without license to have anything in it. There were 58 cases heard jeterday, ending witn the Third ward. The Fourth ward will be taken up this morning. Judge "White was reported better yesterday. At the opening of Court Patrick S. Craw ford appeared ior a license at Xos. 1 and 3 Fremont street. Mr. Christy This man, it Your Honor please, had license in 18S9 and was re fused in 1SU0 because he sold to minors. Attorney C F. McKenna I'd like to have Mr. Christy sworn. Mr. Christy You just wait till I am through. I didn't interfere with you. The record will show that we produced the minors in court who swore to having pur chased the liquors of him. Drinking on a Wager. James E. Dowling it now licensed at 337 Pennsylvania avenue. Judge Magee Did you sell to minors the past year? Applicant There was one case of a boy who catze there and got a drink. A Com mon Councilman. David Winters, bet too boy, Joseph llice. a dollar he conldn'c get a drink at va place. Herame and represented himself to bi-23jrars old and got the drink. Ju.lre Marrec He told you a lie. You must ! able to judge for yourself. Now suppose I'd Jell win I was 21? Applicant I'd know yon wore at least that nM. Mr Christv If the Court please, I will send for Mr. Winters and have him in court to-raor-rou morning. Attoraej John Marron. representing the nnner of the propcm, appeared and said it was a scheme to Knock nut .Mr. Doulmg for the benefit of somebody else, as a number of others vint the lease. The case as held over to this morning. Margaret Dow, of 73 Jackson street, was met with the reniarK from the Judge that she had bcLn tellinc to minor the past tear. Of course she denied it. One of her bartenders was oiled and testified that the bar was run right. The ca-.e was held over to this morning at tho ttqucsi of Mr. Christy. Martin Hughes, new applicant for 3 Charles street: Louis Keinin. new applicant for 120 Tagait street, and Gilsno f Ligbtcap. now licensed at the corner of Tavlor and Irwin ave nues, got off ea. Morris Evan, now licensed in the Twelfth ward, anplies ior 132 and 134 Taggart street William O'Donnell. now licensed at No. 75 Perrjsville avenue, got off easy. Stopped by a Remonstrance. Itobert J. Rhode, now licensed at the corner of Ohio and West Diamond streets, ran against a remonstrance. Mr. Christy was anxious to know about his drinking habits and family affairs. lie didn't learn much. Max Schneider, of the Hotel Federal, got along easy. John Ii. intern is a new applicant for 121 Taggart street. Volbrecht & Ohl did not apnear. Amos Blum, the first mar. Irom tho TMrd ward, now licensed at lbo Ohio street, J. C. lireillack. now licensed at 1S3 Ohio street: Bolster A Lckerman, new applicants for 261 and 2G3 Ohio street; Henry JJorK. new man for 101 Kast street: G. E Bayer, new applicant for 229 Ohio street, and Robert Campbell, now at 57 Ohio street, got off comparativelv easy. Henry Caffes, now licensed at 191 Ohio street. is a sporting man who has attended a ten cock ing mains the past vear and has also seen some gimbling Gottlieb Dabllnger, nowlicensed at 121 Madison avenue, got off ea... H. J. Deginthcr. applies for 38 Middle street, where it is aliened that Aunie Kooney has rnn a sueak-easv the past vear. He bonrtat the property. Ednara Eugeluian, now licensed at 18 trst street, had no trouble. This was the last case heard. There w ere 21 in all. AFTERNOON HEARINGS. Mr. Clirlsty Started In Karl to Havo a Little Fun Allegheny Protective Association in Line ork Ended With the Third Ward. At the opening of the afternoon session of the court, Charles Eberlee, who applies for 192 Madison avenue, was called. Antony Filuan, licensed at 73 Ohio street, has no restaurant He sells to women and has a special place for colored people to drink. Christian Gcrst, now licensed at 63 and 61 Cedar avenue, got into trouble. Mr. Christy You sell in buckets. Applicant Some to workingmen. Mr. Christ And you sell to children for their parents. Applicant No. sir. Never. Mr. Christj Doesn't yuur daughter tend bar? t Applicant No. Mr Christ Don't jou have a window through which ou pass beer in bnckets and other receptacles? Applicant No, sir; I have nothing of the kind Anton E. Gnshurst, new anplicant for 23 O'Hara street, Joseph Geier.nnw licensed at 6U James street, cot oft eas, though the latter sold in buckets. Gusiave Grueneberg and Peter Fassbender are new ones for 111 Second avenue. There has been a dance hall there, but it is to be rcmod cled and made into bedrooms. John Geber, new applicant, 17: Madison at enue. and F. W. Golmer, now licensed at 45 East Diamond stieet, got off cas. borne Interesting Testimony. Theodore Huckcsteiu, now licensed at the corner of East s reet and Madison a enue. said be has had no trouble for a year, but ho got it in this case. He told Mr. Christy he sold in buttles, but not to boys or women. Lizzie Klcinboffer and her brother John were called and testmed to having bought w hisky in bottles which were exhibited in the court. John sas he bought and drank beer in the place. 1 lie girl is aged 16 and the boy 18 years. Lizzie bought two bottles, one from the bartender and one from the bartender's wife. Hnckestein tried to show that men in the neighborhood who want to get license investi gated tho trouble. Louis Klcinboffer, father of tho witnesses, also appeared and swore to the same story. The case will be recalled again this morning to give the applicant a chance to have witnesses present. William Hedeman. a new applicant for 149 Cnc-tnut street, Burkhart Heilman, new man lui 161 Madison avenue, Martin Hellnegel. new applicant for 57 Third street. Georce Halm, new applicant for 11 East street, and Joseph lilentierger, now licensed at 151 Ohio street, got off without trouble. The Meaning of Speak-Easy. Peter Loebig is a new applicant for 92 East street. Mr. Christy This man has been indicted for keeping a speak-easy. Attorney John Marron Oh, no; there is no such offense, lie is charged with selling with out a license. Mr. Christy It's all the same. Mr. Marron The constable says he got his inlormatlon lrom the Northstde Protective Association. Judge Magee About the only way to get In formation ftom a constable is to indict him. Martin Ley, now licensed at 351 Ohio street, and Frederick Lang, licensed for 20 jears at 14S Madison avenue, got along well. Lorenz Lattner. who has been refused three times, applies again for 190 and 198 Maduon a enue. He offered letters from Mayor Wyman and senator John Neeb, but tbev were not proor against Mr. Christy, who asked him sev eral pointed questions about selling without license, all ot which he denied. Detective Hesser, of the Allegheuy Liquor Dealers' Pro tective Association, was called, and testifier, that he had had information made against the applicant, but the witnesses refused 10 appear Jacob Mangold applies for 9 O'Hara street, where he says he keeps a restaurant. Fish and Beer Combined, John Metz wants a license for 138 Madison avenue, next door to the Grant engine house. Mr. Christy That house has been a speak easy. Applicant It's a poolroom and cigar sto e. - 4dtC2 -St Mr. Christy And fish and sell a little beer. Applicant I have heard so. Frank McCoy, proprietor of tho Central Hotel, was heard. Mr. Christy Your poolroom and bar are con nected. Applicant Yes; bvatack door. Mr. Christy Don't you have a good many colored customers? Applicant They are quiet and I daren't put them out. Henrv Plan, an officer ot the court, applies for 63 East street. Henry Rath is now licensed at 132 East street. Mr. Christy Don't your 14-year-old son tend bar? r Applicant No; he comes back sometimes to get a glass of beer. Mr. Christy Didn't the Brewers Association p-iy for yonr license? Applicant I borrowed the money from it Says Its a Made-TJp Lie. Mathias Stnessi, an engineer, applies for a license for 209 Ohio street. Mr. Christy al leged that be was to get money from John Moser, to which he replied: "That is a made-up lie. Your Honor." Louis Scbaefer is now licensed at 77 East street William Stehlelsanew applicant for 44 and 45 East street Mina beker seeks a re newal for 58 becond street, where her hnsband was granted last year. He is dad. Katbanna Schneider is now licensed at 48 Cedar avenue. Iter bnsband died tix months ago. Leonard stidle, now licensed at 23 E-ist street; Adam SchDller, new man, for 231 Madison avenue; John btotz. licensed at 17 East street; A. T. Thornton, now licensed at 41 Middle street, and Fred TJmler, new man, for 36 East street, gor along swimmingly. Emil Wey now has a license at 9 and 11 Mid dle street. He says he wasn't at home on elec tion day, and no one could have gotten drinks. Joseph Weiss, now licensed at 71 Pike street, and Fred Werner. licensed at 68 East street, had no trouble. This ended the Third ward. Yolbrecht A Ohl. who applied for S9 and 91 Irwin avenne, did not answer when the Second ward was called, but it was the last case heard of the dav. They bad no trouble. There were 53 cases heard during the da. TESTING ANOTHER ACT. Questioning the Legality of Imposing a Tax on Bank Deposits Suit Against the County Commissioners Murderers to Be Sentenced on Saturday Court News. The People's Savings Bank, of Pittsburg, yesterday filed a bill in equity against the Countv Commissioners and John A. Bell, the County Treasurer. The suit is to test the constitutionality of the act of Assembly providing for the levying of aS-mill tax on bank deposits. The bill states that the capital stock of the bank is $300,000. Under the actof Jane 1, 1889, the depositors were required to make a return to the Countv Commissioners of tho amount of their deposits, and the Commissioners as sessed on the deposits a tax of 3 mills. The bank claims that it has already paid to the State a tax of 6 mills on the dollar on the capi tal stock and tbat to collect the tax levied by the Commissioners would be to enfoice a double taxation. This, it is asserted, is unfair and if the act of Assembly requires it, the act is unconstitntiona'. The deposits on January L 1891, amounted to Jl.7t3.S07 71. The Court is asked to grantan injunction restraining the Commissioners from making a retnrn of the amount of tbo deposits to the State Board of Revenne, to restrain the levying and collection if the 3-niill tax on the same and to decree that by the election to pay a 6-mill tax on the capi tal stock the bank is exempt from further tax- TJHTTED STATES OB&KD JTJEY. Names of Gentlemen Who Will Serve In the District Court The following were drawn jesterday to serve as grand juror; at the May term of the United States District Court: Charles Bausbard, man ufacturer, Erie; H. B. Bowser, attorney, Mer cer; R. S. Bow man, editor. Berwick; W. A. Brady, assistant master mechanic Blairsville; J. T. Brennan. clerk. Tionesva; F. X Burns, re porter, Pittsburg; John C Clark, farmer. North Hope; J. T. Coax, tarmer. Reynoldsville: James Darr. lumberman. Brookvllle; Georce F. Den ning, farmer, Warrenham'JnhnF. Fitzpatrick, contractor. Scranton: L. N. Flint, insurance agent, Erie; James Hawkins, clerk. Valley town; Levi G. Heck, gentleman. Lick Haven C L. Judvkunst. Allenwood; A. B. Kenned, clerk. Allegheny: T. J. Kernan, gentleman, Pittsburg; Norman May, real estate agent, AUeghenv; James Mitchell, farmer Butler; William H. McClearv. Sheriff. Pittsburg; Dan iel bhalleuberger, farmer, Kuustmvn; G. B. Thompson, merchant, biranton; S. J. Wigbt mau, physician, Pittsburg. .REMEMBERED HER ABSEHT BOY. The Will of Mrs. Elizabeth W. Wallace Filed for Probate. The will of the late Mrs. Elizabeth W.Wallace, of this city.was filed yesterday tor probate. She divided her estate into four parts, one to be given to each of her children. The share of Thomas S. Wallace, a son who has been absent for some time, is to be held in trust for him for five years, and at the end of that time if he does not appear it is to be divided among the other children. Five hundred dollars is given to a grandson. To-Day's Trial Lists. Common Pleas No. 1 Laird vs Brent; Stod art & Co. vs Woo;; lseman vs Hatry fc Co.; Nicholson vs same; Clark vs Ebacb; McAleese vs Mansfield; Richards vs Walker: Van Ord strand vs Demmler; Kocnig et at vs Huber; Duff vs Heber: Reineman vs Gregg; Weller Bros, vs Lippi.icotr. Common Pleas No. 2 Argument list Hungarian .Murderers to Bo Sentenced. Judge Stowe yesterday directed that Andrew Todt, Michael Sabol and George Rusnok, the three Hungarians convicted of murder in the first degree for the killing of Michael Quinn in tho Braddock riot, be brought belore him Saturday for the death sentence. The motiou for a new trial made in the case will probably be disposed of at that time. Coudensed Legal Briefs. William J. Hughes yesterday filed a bill in equity against John Hannah and Mary Hughes to secure the partition of a lot in the Thirty-first n ard. The following executions were issued yes terua): James C. Lindsay & Co. vs George F. Sargent, SL00S SD; Jennie C. Dick vs W. J. Dick, 961 5(; Mrs. Mattie Treacy vs same, 8134 15; John Bost vs H. F. Bruggcman, $325. Thomas Hodii. yesterday entered suit against Daniel S. Kountz for Jo, 000 damages for alleged false arrest. It is claimed that Kountz sued Hodil for false pretense in obtaining a suit. Hodil was arrested, but the grand jury lguored the bilk WHY will you cough when Shilob's Cure will give immediate rebel? Price, 10 cts., 50 cts. tl. Bold by Jos. FJeming fc Son. 412 Market st llero'n a Bargain in Ladles' Gloves. Ladies' lour-button heavy English dog skin street cloves, tans and browns, worth easily $1 25 at 75c a pair to-dav. Jos. Hobne & Co.'s Penn Avenue Stores. B.&B. A great purchase, 20,000 yards Freres Koechlin's gold ticket (35-cent quality) finest French satines at lo cents a "yard black and whites included. Boggs & Buhl, Have You Moved ? If so, and in want of new curtains and window shades, give us a call. Low prices, largest stock and skillful workmen. Jos. Horjtk & Co.. 609-621 Penn Avenue. It 15. Curtain chains hundreds of pairs at half price to close 10c, 25c, 35c, 50c a pair. Boggs & Buhl. Wall Paper. All grades of fine goods, leathers, pressed goods, etc., at John S. Roberts', 414 Wood street Beer as a Beverage Increases in favor every year, and the out put of the Iron City Brewery keeps on the increase, too. Sold by all dealers. Beautiful Souvenirs "Will be given to each lady visitor to the AVorld's Museum Theater on Friday of this week. Mlts. Wlirsx-oWs Soothing Syrup is the best of all remedies for Children Teething. Fort the grip take Dr. O'Keefe's cold or catarrh pills. Dr. O'Keefe & Co., homeo pathic druggists, 708 Smithfield street. ii iifmrtfrrininiffn-iriflrr r liftr ifTrl liwmitiffijtfffi rirri r itoffrhtlm 'Y'fr B3-Display advertisements one dollar par square for one insertion. Classified advertise ments on this page, such as Il'an.etf, Ior Sale, To Let. ef&, ten cents per line for each inser tion, and none taken for less than thUty cents. Top line being displayed counts as two. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BUSINESS OFFICE, Cor. Smithfield and Diamond Streets, ALWAYS OPEN. BRANCH OFFICES AS FOLLOWS, WHFRK WANT, rOK feALE. TO LET. AND orHEll TRANSIENT AUVEKIT-EMENr WILL BE KECE1VKD UP TO 9 P. M. FOK INSERTION. Advertisements shonld be prepaid uuless adver tisers already have accounts with Tin. Disfatcu. OR THE SOUTHS1DE. NO. H12 CAlteON STREET. TEl.El'll OX E N O. 60S. FOR THE EA&r END, J. W. WALLACE, 6121 PLSN AVE. FirrsnuitG-AimmoNAi.. THOMAS MCCAFFREY SB09 Butler street. OHLG. S1UCKEY, Hth street and Peunave. ALLEGHENY. A. J. KAFKCHEi:. 59 Fcdsral street. II. J. McllRIOK, Market Mouse, Alleshenv. F. H. LGGHtSifcON, Ohio and Chestnut st. 1HOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aves. G. W. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves. PEKRY M. ULE1M. Rebecca and Allechenv aves. WANTED. Mole Hell'. A MAN-TO DO PAPERHANGING APJIJ painting. Apply at once at HOIEL SCHLOisHR. ap'2-13 BARBhR-A GOOD MAN ATONCE APPLY COR. SECOND AND HAZELW OOD A VS. apJ-40 B ARBER-F1RST-CLASS MAN. 1217 PE.NN A v.. Cltv. ap2-:i B ARBFR-1MSIEDIATELY AT 235 CARSON st , r. a. ap.4n BOILERMAKERS AND TANK. mJll.DERS-First-clasj men for work in Philadelphia. For particulars applicants can meet J. G. MITCHELL. Seventh Avenue Hotel. Plttsbnrj. any time baturday or Monday, April 4 and 6. np2-C5 BOY TO LEARN THE BARBER UllSl.N KSS itO. C. MARrERER'S, 2.0.23) Arcb street. Allegheny City. ap2-53 B OY-TO LEARN THE BARBER TRADh. Apply 5118 UUTLER SI'. apl-32 BR1CKLATKKS -TWO HKICKI. A YEKS Inquire ROBERT McFARLAND, Sewlck ley. Pa. api-52 B UTCHFR-GOOU MAN. APPLY AT 193 apl-95 MAIN ST., est End. CARRIAGE BLACKSMITH AND HEI.l'LR onc wood worker one trimmer and three cirrfs fee painters: to crood ineclianlrs steady work will be cuaranteed. J. FLETCHER SMI III. 24 26 Arch st , AlleKlien. apl-71 CLERK A GOOD, RESPONSIBLE MAN FOR clerk in hotel: none need apply but can come well recommended and his a knowledge of the business. Address D. E., Dispatch office ap2-i7-ThS CO ATM A KHUS IMMEDIATELYGOOD norkslmpand best prices. S. . STIMSON A SON;, Columbus, O. apl-CO DRUG CLERK MANAGER: GOOD POSI TION : msirled man preferred: reference re quired. Address COCO. Dispatch office apI-22 D RUG CLERK-COMPETENT-ADDKESS A, liispiicn orace. ap.-i4 GENTl.t' MEN OF GOOD ADDRESS-'! O RKP REsKNT the Western Pcnna. Industrial Co-operative Association, organized 18S7. 10 and 12 Federal st., Allegheny. au2-U7 H ARNESSUAKER-APPLY2303 CARSON ST., soutnsiac apxi MAN-AT ONCE MAN WIIH SrEHEOPTl CON and Illustrated lecture; don't watt. Address R. M.. Dispatch office. ap2-Sl M EN-THE ADDRESS OF EVFKY GRAND Army man who considers his services worth SoO to f0 weekly. Those earning less or any (. A. R. man unemployed, please address H. URAN11ELD, 3 East Fourteenth st.. New Yort City. mh29-137-29,3l,apl,4,5 ORGAMZbRS-FORIHEROY-ALONEYEAR Order: pavs f luo in one j ear; nnv person over 10 years of age can take from 1 To 10 certificates: 93 for first and S3 lor each additional: assessments 9-:; qutrterly dues, $1 for one or more certificates; lidles and gents idmitted on cqnal terms: Lodge No. 1 instituted Teh. 27: no secret work. Address SUFRhMI. LODGE, Room b. 10 Temple Place, Rostou, Mass. ap2-2-TTS PATIIKN MAKER A FIRS1 -CLASS NON UNION pattern maker.bya large manufact nrlng Concern: give relerence and stste wages expected. Address A. W. Z., Dispatch office. apl-74 IATTERNM AKERS-TW O PATTERNMAK ERS. JACOB II. JONES, 2410 Pcen av. ap2-43 PLUS1BEK-ONEGOOD PLUMBER. APPLY to D. CUISUOLM, 510 Walnut St., McKces port. Pa. ap2-96 SALESMEI.-ON SALARY OR COMMISSION to handle the N ev. Patent Chemical Ink Lraslng Pencil; the ftrenteit selling novelty ever pro duced: erases ink thoroughly In iho seconds; no abrasion of paper: 200 to .ion per ceut profit; one agent's sales amounted tos20in stxdavs; another S32 In two hours: we want one energetic general agent for each Stale and Territor; sample by malt 85 cents. For terms and lull particulars, address THE MONROE ERASLK JUG. C ., Lacrosse, Wis. mh28-13 TWO COA1MAKEKS: MUST BE FINE ME CHANICS and sober men: steady employ ment. W 1LL.1AM ALAND, Butler, Pa. ap.-46 Agent. AGENTS-TO SELL AND EVERYBODY TO use Dr.O'Keefe's 25 cent pills; good ss gold; Dr. O'Keefe's liver pills, cold o- catarrh pills, cough pills, diarrhoea pills, dyspepsia pills, rhue matlsm pills, headache pills, s.ln eruption pills, worm pills, kidney pills, leucorrhcea pills, back ache pills, eye pills, tecthliiK pills, asthma pills, cronp pills, sore Miroit pills, nerve pills, nervous debllltv pills, whooping cough pills, liou-cathartlc pills, malaria pills, plies pills, price, 25 cents; large bottles, 1. DR. O'KLFFE & CO.. Homeo pathic Dru-rglsts, 70S Smlthneld St., Pittsburg Pa. mhJO-K. AGENTS-TO SELL 'HIE NEWEST AND best subscription books upon the market: themot recent additions to our list are "'Ihc Steam Engine," by Daniel Klni.ear Clark, Hon. Member Am. society Mech. Fnglnecrs; -"Ihe F-unllv Physician." by J. McGregor-Robinson, orGlasgow University: "-Irish Literature" and Davenport's ondeusations" ot the best lltera tureot all languages and ages. P. .1. FLEMING & CO.. 77 Diamond st. inhl5-TuwrliFSSu AGENTS-TO TAKE ORDERS IOR AN EN TIRELY new book, "lhe Beauttrul Land" by Rev. Dr. Fulton. Njw York; profusely Illus trated. W. A. EVANS, 4271Jlssell block, city. ap2-S0 reniale Help. AHEAD LAUNDRESS-TO TAKE CHARGE ofalnundrv: must understiud machinery. AunlyatonceatliOlEL SCHLOSsER. ap2-12 APPRENTICES-IMPROVERS. GOOD SEW ERS, operators: also ladles and girls tolearn dressmaking and cutting. Call or write. LON DON AND PARIS DRESSMAKING CO,.9C6Penn avenue. Ja8-16-TuWTh C-1APABLEWOMAN-FOR GENERAL HOUSI j WORK In familvorfour; reference required. 277 WES1ERN AV.. Allcghcn. ap2-8-Thssu T ADIES-TWO YOUNG LADIES TO LEARN JLi the art or tine craj ou work. Anplr Immedi ately to the ELI IE U ALLUii, 510 Market st. ap2-73 VTtlK--E GIRL FOR A HOY HA1!Y2-; YEARS L old; must have references. Apply at 1C6 LOCUST ST.. Allegheny. ap2-9. OHfl HOUSE GIRLS. COOKS. CHAMBER tJJ MAIDS laundress, waiters: tu cooks at J4 and ?5 per wei k: woman ith child for country. j-7 WESTERN AV.. Alleshenj. ap2-K Male and Female Help. HOUSEKEEPER. LAUNDRESS. CHAMBERMAID--, cooks, nurses, dining room girls, 200 house girls, lle colored girls, one plumber, boy to learn tinsmith, drivers, waiters, farm bands. MRS. L. THOMPSON, COS Grant st. inti24-m-i HOTEL COOK --MAN OR WOMAN-ONLY experienced parties need apply to HOME STEAD HOTEL, Homestead. Pa. apl-S7 MALE COOK WAITERS, GARDENERS, farm bauds, errand boy. teamsters, cooks, hou&e girls, chambermaids, dlntng-rooin girls, dlsn washers, laundress, nurse girl, lady's maid, hotel cooks, second cook. MEEUAN'S. 545 Grant st. mh30-D Situations. BOOKKEEPING-1 ATTENDTO ANYTHING In the line or mtricstc accounting, snch as opening and closing of books or correction of errors: also give instructions In the use oi the Voucher System. A. F. SAW'HILL, 1S7 Federal St.. Allegheny, Pa. dcG-54-l FOSHION-BY EXPERIENCED GIRL AS lady's mald;good dressmakerand hair dresser; accustomed to waiting on invalids; willing to travel, or would go as child nurse; good refer ence. Address MAID, Dispatch office. mh31-68 POSITION-BY YOUNG MAN AS BILL OR shipping clerk witn three years' experience; good reference. Address A. D Dispatch office. ap2-29 POSITION-BY A YOUNG MAN 18 YEARS old as clerk in office; can give good reier ence. Address CLERK, Dispatch office. apl-9S SITU ATI ON-AS COACHMAN BY AN American-born Protestant man aged 2s years: can give first-class relerence. (.all or address at once to SAMUEL CRAMER, No. 34 Forty-eighth St.. Pittsburg. aD2-81 S1TUATION-A PLAIN, EVERY-DAY BOOK KEEPER, experienced, rapid and accurate, would like an opening" llh good parties. Address CONWAY, Dispitchotliee. apl-tu SUUAT10N-S C'UTIKi: BY PRACTICAL lallor. Address CU1TER, Dl-natch office. Booms, Houses, Etc HOUSE-A SMALL FAMILY OF 3 ADULTS desire to rent a house, with small lot or ground attached, online of P., Ft. W. JfcC Ry., or W est Peuna. K. IL. for the summer: lurnlshed honse preferred. Address, itatlug terms, P. O. BOX Mi, Pittsburg, Pa, mh81-75 PITTSBUEG- DISPATCH, Boarders and Lodgers. OCC'TJPANTS-FOR FURNISHED OR UN FURNISHED commbulcating rooms on parlor floor: reference exchanged 92 ARCH ST., Allegheny. ap2-S0 Boarding. BOARD-GOOD COUNTRY BOARD FOR four adults and twochlldren: give terms and location. Address 13TAYLOR AV., Allegheny City. apl-42 Financial. MONKY-OUR FACILITIES FOR FURNISH ING money to an amount on bond and mortgage are unequaled; lowest rates of interest and no delay. II von need monej apply MORRIS FLUII.NU, luslourth avc. Jy27-S(-TT8su MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY. SUBURBAN and farm properties: stocks, school and municipal uonds, as well as other securities, negotiated. ED. W1TT1SH. 410 Grant 6t.. Pitts burg, Pa. fel4-25-D MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST MARKET rates on bond and mortgigc: no delay. REFD B. COYLE A CO.. cor. Jbourth av. and Grant St. dell-TTS MONEY lO LOAN ON GOOD MORTGAGE securities, lowest rates: no delay. SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO . !B Fourth av. dcll-4-rThs MORTGAGES ON CITY OR ALLEGHENY conntv property at lewestrates. HENRI A. WEA V ER i CO.. 92 Fourth a enue. mh-D MOlflGAGES-MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS to suit at 4K. 5 and 6 per cent. ALLES X JAILEY. 1S4 tourth ave. Tel. 167. apl4-'J-TTSsu TO LOAN 1500,10. IN AMOUN1S OF S3. 000 and upward, on city and suburban property, on 5 per cent: also smaller amounts at 6 per cent. BLACK ec BA1RD, 9a Fonrth avenue. seil-dJS-D TO LOAN 1200,000 ON MORTGAGES flOO and upward at 0 per cent; toOO. 000 at4X per cent on residences or business property, vacant lots or farms, h. 11. FRENCH, lii Fourth avc. oc23-D Miscellaneous. EVERYBODY TO KNOW THE SCHOOL OF Design nnd Dress Cutting will remove to No. 151 PENN AV.. April 1, from (116 PENN AV. mti-73-W HORSES AND OARIS-ALSO SCRAPER AND wagon teams to work on Pltt6burg and Moon ICimlt.lt., Groveton stitlon. Apply on work or 150 First av.. MCCORMICK A MORAN, Contractors. ap2-87 INCUBAIOR A SECOND-HAND INCUBA TOR: must be In (rood condition; 300 capacity preferred. Address MiG., 33 Ingram P. O. ap2-63 PENSIONS 'IHE PITTSBURG PENSION AGENCY OF J. II. S1EVENSON & CO , 100 Firth av. Pensions now had for nil dlibled sol diers, perm inentlv helpless children and widows ot deceased soldiers under late act ot Congress: pensions increased to correspond with the dis ability: bounties collected: certificates of service procured where discharges arc lost. de20-42-TTt- IDlTrsBUHG CLEAN TOWEL CO. REMOVFD too WYLIEAV. ap2-Sia SECOM)-H.M) SirilNG DESK-ALSO A standing desk. Address S. 11. W ., Dispatch offlce. ap2-78 SEND FOR SAMPLES AND PRICES OF will piper, free to any address; to-centwall paper at sc 15-ceiuwall paper at 8c, 25-ccntgold piper at 10c a bolt. G. G. O'BRIEN. Paint and all Paper Store. 292 Fifth av. mh20-44-TTS YOU GET A BAKER'S DOZEN (13) OF Stewart A Co. 's Hue cabinet photos for Jl, at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST., Allegheny. mv2S-.9-TTSu FOK SALE IMPROVED HEAL ESTATE. City Residences. FRANKLIN ST. NEARTOWNSEND. THREF. good small brick dwellings: all rent for $-S pcrmonth; can be increased: all three of them for i900. J. c REILL, 77DIamondst. inh31-4 HOUSE-BLUFF ST., N EAR COLLEGE, FOR sale or to let new brick house eight rooms, bathroom: all late Improvements. ROBi'. COW ARD, 20 Rluffst., near College. mh26-9 OQ 300-BI'DFORD AV.-A SHORT DIS 305 TANUE above Fulton st : two-storv and mansard brick dwelling, seven rooms, pantry, waslihonse, both gases, good sewerage, inside w. c: terms $1,000 cash, bal. five years. J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond st. mhSl-4' East End Residences. FOR SALE-NEW BRICK HOUSE, MODERN stle of architecture, nine rooms, handsomely finished, and all the most modern conveniences: street and sewerage Improvements made: location one of the most central lu Oakland; pi Ice only f, 800: terms cisv ; possession can be bad at anv time: this proncrtj Is worihv an exaininitlon. (60) seeW. A. HERRON & aONS, 8a Fourth nv. ap2-9-MTh HOUSE-FOR SALE OR RENT-IMMEDIATE possession: an elegant new house or 12 rooms, all modern requirements, beautiful con servatory adjoining reception hall, ample porches and balconies and Urge lor; sheltered, southeast exposure, commanding finest view of East Liberty Valley. CHAS. SHIELDS, Dlth ririgest., near Center av., or County Engineers' offlce. mh23-l9 C2Q 8OO-tl.500 CASH, BALANCE VERY OOs easv, 8 rooms and attic'' frame, with Oath, hot and cold water, laundry, stationary tubs. Vestibule, ball, slate mantels, china closets, wired for electric lights, heater in cellar, range, good drv cellar: house Is new and complete aud a fine bargain: lot 40x137. See S. A. DICKIE A to., Penn and Shady a vs., E. E, 905. ap2-93 CM OOO FOR A NICE 8-UOOM FRAME Ott house, with large hall, front and baek stairs, two porches, city water, nat. gas; house luce-.j papereu anil lu goou oruer; lot 33X1211. S. A. DICKIE A CO., Penn and Shady avs., E. fc. 1264, 302-93- DO 800-IN CENTRAL PART OF E. E.. ijO) lot 60x100: frame house, 7 rooms: positive bargain. UOLMEs A CO., 420 Smithfield st. apt-19 9 -ROOM FRAME HOUSE-CENTRALLY LO CATED In excellent neighborhood; verv handy to two cable lines and P. It. J..; has afl modern Improvements; good dry cellar: sewered street: lot 19x120 S. A. DICKIE A CO.. Penn and Shady avs.. E. E. 16J4. ap2-0.i" AUeclieny Residences. GRrENWOOD AV AT A SACRIFICE IF sold before April 1. 1891: price fj.500: on Greenwood av.. Allegheny, elegant press brick house nine rooms, saloon, parlor, marble man tels xood hall, bathroom and atilc; range In kitchen: both gase-t md water, md near street cirs. Inquire of GEORGE R. BorHWELL, 104 franklin st.. Allegheny. uihl4-71-TTS WESTERN AV.. ALLEGHENY NEAR parks, brick house, nine rooms and finished attic, bath, mai hie aud slitc mantels, lare hall, side porch and side entrance, every convenience, brick stihle and carriage house, lot 3GX120. DAVID SHAW A CO., 15.: Fourth av. lUh2S-56-TTSsu Ilazelwood Residences. HAZELWOOD-2-SlORY FRAME DWELL ING or 7 rooms, bath, hall, laundry, hard wood linUh. newly pipe red and painted, nat. gas, h. and c water, liiiilc vr. c.. sewered, ete.: lot GOxLa) feet; 2 minute' walk from Ilazelwood sta tion aud Second Aicnuc Electric Railway: price, 6, MX); terms reasonable. 1RAM. LURCHFIELD, 15slourth a. ial3-J0 Suburban Residences. FOR SALU AT A BARGAIN, A FINE MOD ERN house or 12 rooms w lthln four minutes' walk of Wllklnsburg station: house has every modern conenlence. In Al order, sewered, stone walks; lot G6xJ04: facing on two streets: one ortha finest homes In the place. DEN NISI ON, l.L DEHKIN A CO.. lid., 0314 Penu av. Offlee open evenings. 'Iel.o.!27. apt-J4Ths CJQ &00- UILKINSBURG-NEW FRAME UO) house or eight rooms with bathroom and w.c: all modern Improvements. Address W. . I. STEW ART. ia llklnsburg. l'a. mhaVM-TTSu FOK SALE LOTS. East End Lots. FAHNESIOCK PLACE LOTS AT HOME WOOD, cheapest and best In East Ind. LIGGETf BROS., 71 Diamond st. mh-3-SO FAHNEVTOOK PLACE LOIS. LIGGFtT BROS., 71 Diamond st. inU IT-OR SALE FINE LARGE LOT ON ARA- BELLA street, neirshadvav.,ataIowcrpricc than adjoining lots can be bought for. DENNIS TON. LLDERK1N &CO., ltd., 0304Pennav. ir flce open evenings. 'I el. 5327. apl-24-Ths Tor-5IX12S IN CENTRAL LOCATION OF J East End, within one minute or ilfth av. cable line: price reduced and one of the cheapest lots In the Last End. b. A. DICKIE St, CO.. Penu and Shad) avs.. E. E. 112. ap2-93 THREE LOTS 120x140 STREET PAVED, sewered and side walked; all complete: right In the center or East End: will sell cheap. Terms, etc., from HOW ARD BROWN, 151 Fourth av. mhiO-10-MWih farms. FARM AT AUCTION-THE 50-ACRE FARM ot the late O. P. Henderson, ilarinar town ship; near Dcuny station, West Peun Railroad, l 111 tin Kfitil rtY nrAur nf t Wnhnnii i ., u...,. day. April If, at 10 o'clock. A. LEGGATE & SON, auctioneers, 108 Fourth av. mh3l-6 FARM-250 ACRES LAND UNDER HIGH state or cultivation; extra fine for stock, grain or fruit; fine house, barn and water; near a growing, prosperous town; West Penu R. R.: (60 per acre. ED W I rilSH, 410 Grant St., Pittsburg. apl-D FARMS FOR SALE OK EXCHANGE - ALL sires; if yon want to buy on easy payments ortradesend for "biggest" farm and exchange list: send description of your property for trade. N. F. HURST. Real Estate Agent, Rochester. Pa. mh28-114-rrs FINE FARM FOR SALE-EASY PAYS1ENTS or exchange; about 100 acres rich and level as a floor, ivht-roum. good house, ham and other buildings; fine nrelmrd. 40 kinds of apples: lime stone land: coat under all; will sell Implements and stock also: ihrte miles from Hearer Falls; one of the-best farms In counii: price a,O0O. ir you want a 1 inn send ior lllggesi" lann and ex eli in.e list. N. i. HURS1', Real Estate Agent, Rochester. Pa. apl-sl Atlantic Clty.i A TLANTIC CITY'. N. J.-RENT OR SALE XX. Hotels, cottages aud -mill houses; lots for sale In all parts of the city; also South Atlantic City. ISRAEL (i. ADAMS CO., Real Estate Agents, Ileal Estate and Law Boiidlng. XetJ-SW THURSDAY, APRIL 2, FOR SALE LOTS. Suburban Lots. CHEAP BUILDING LOW IN NORTH Homestead, four on West Whipple St., 60x120 each, for f0 eaeh: ffflO down, balance monthly, ir desired. J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond street. mu3l-4 XT-W PI-AN OF 50 FINE LEVEL LOTS-AT J- Marlon station, eight minutes from city, on B. AU. U.K., or20 minutes by Second av.elcctrlc road; lots from 5350 up.flO down and 5 per month, without interest or taxes: come quick if you want a bargiln or safe Investment. MORRISON A BANKS, 108 Third av., cor. Wood st. JaW-TTS' CUBURBAN PROl'KRTY 1UE LARG1 k7 lots, the lowest prices and the easiest and t LARGEST ;st and best terms In the county at Shcraden, 15 minutes from ui.iuu siauou; see Dlicraoeii iiciu.u juu uuy cisc- wherc. ANDREW PA1TERSON, becretarv. a Fifth av. fe27-72-D FOR SALE BUSINESS. Business Opportunities. DRUGSTORE CHEAP: FIRST-CLASS stind, doing good business; also buildings: w 111 sell separately if desired. For pirtlcul.irs address CHARLES 'J. COOPER, Sewlckley, Pa. mh2U-43-TThsu' GENERAL SIORE-LOCAIED IN A PRO GRESSIVE town not far from Pittsburg, doing a flourishing busintss; satisfactory reasons for selling: a splendid opportunity to step into au established busiuess. Address PROGRESS. Dis patch office. ap2-G3 RESTAURANT-FINELY LOCATED. S1.800: butcher shop, planing mill and lumber yard, with annual business of (150, MXi, on easv terms; shoestorc, tlnshop, grocery stores, $500 to s,i,tX0; bakeries, cigar stores, drug stoies, milk depots. oIILPARD X CO.. 151 Fourth av. Ie25- TDOUrE 812 PROFIT: MORNING PAPFR XX route. For information address ROUTE, Dispatch office. mhC8-I17 8" TORES-OF ALL KINDS AND BUSINESS cuaiccs. HOLMFS A CO., 4-smlthneiu st. apl-JO Business Properties. CAk ,- 1,1. 1 .,!..- ft X TT-f 1TV TJ s. . .ji1' 1 if A x.1. brut i, .I-., viii ... fJS VKSr.MK.M- on nccoilnt of owner leaving tnc city: two good storerooms. 11 living roomsanu packing room, with corner lot 30x43. H. C. CLARKE, lAi Fourth av. and Edgewood. Tele. 7212. MtaTIS. TOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. Horses. Vehicles, Lii e Stock, Etc HOUsEa-CARLOAD OP DRAFT AND BUSI NESS horses; Just arrived: cin be seen at the sale stable of Elmore & Murray, Duqucsnc wav; prices re isonanle, and satisfaction guar in tecd to purchaser. 11. H. CUNNINGHAM, 51a. rioii, O. !.i2-8j HORSES-A HANDSOME PAIR OF BAY' ctrrlage horses: vouug, gentle and styllsn; warranted sound: owner leaving the city. Ad dress REX. Dispatch office. ap2-69" HORSES-A I IRSl'-CLASS LOT OF Kl-N-TUCKY Saddle and driving horses at MC COY'S SALE S1ABLE, til Duqucsne way, city. ap2-37 Machinery and Metals. ONE SECOND-HAND PORTABLE ENGINE And boiler combined. 35 horse power; also a number of second-hand wood-working maehlnes; can lie bought at a low figure. VEI.'IK & MC DONALD, Penn av. and Thirty-second st. dcI5-TTS SECOND-HND ENGINE AND BOILERS One 14-.24. two 12x18, one 11x24, one 10xJ0, one 10x16, 9x12, 8vl2 and large lot of smaller sizes; 10-H. P. mounted portables, one pair or boilers 42x26: agent torthe Standard governor, pumps, shaltlng. pulleys, etc -Sand 25 Park Way, Alle gheuy. Pa. J. S. YOUNG. ic6-D- SECOND-HAND FNG1NES-ONE 27 H. P. Ball pat. electric light engine, almost new; oneSxS one 7x7, one 5xt vertical engines: one heavy 14x4. one 11x12, 3 8x12 and 2 7x12, In hori zontal engines: all good as new. HARM Ks MA CHINE DEPOT, tlSilrstav., PltUburg. Pa. Ja30-D Qpr 1O30TONS OF BESSEMLR Pll-SCKAP lt) Suitable for open-hearths or Bessemer plants, at a bargain. P. MAK1N, Duquesue, Pa. api-ls' Mlscelinneons. COUNTER-ONE FINE MAHOGANY' BAR ROOM counter and sldeboird: latest design: good as new. Address LLWls CRIST, No. 67 Frankstownave., E. E., city. mh31-o!T s IN. SIEMAN-LUNGREN GAS LAMPS -IWO heating stoves. Address 613 PENN AV. mb2G-56' PERSONAL. PERSONAL-CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD and siher: Jewelry repaired: new work made to order. CHRls. HAUCH, 541 Smithfield st. JjlS-Sl PERSON AL-REAL ESI A IE AND INSUR ANCE. MYER GALL1NGER, Yodcr law building, cor. Fifth and Mylle avs. 'lclcphonc 1707. mha-145 PERSONAL WEBSIER'S LARGE QUARTO Dictionary, 12 50; special bargains lu old and new books during this month. FRANK BACON A CO., 301 Smithfield st. rahi: PERSONAL-FINE BOOKS-WE HAVETHE finest collection of finely illustrated books in Pittsburg: beautiful bindings; low prices; come and see them: hundreds or books for presents. LEVI'S BOOK S1URE, 900 Liberty St. del2 TT.KSONAL-ALL Pf RSONS USING ARTI FICIAL eves should buy them from the CHESSMAN OP1ICAL COMPANY, No. 42 Fed eril st., Allegheny; they cirry the largest line of the best material anil guarantie them lor one year; the only house lu the United states that makes this oiler. ap2-s2-ThFsu FOUND. FOUND-PERFECT COMFORT IN READING, by having my eyes thoroughly examined and a pair of the celebiated $1 crystal specs adjusted bv the experts or the CHESSMA.N OPTICAL COS1PAN Y, No. 42 Federal st., Allegheny. ap2-92-ThFSu F lOUND-A LARGE LOT OF WINTER clothing belonging to residents of this cltv was lound hanzinr in the rooms occunied hv DICKSON, the tailor. 6.1 Filth ae., upstairs, altered, cleaned and repaired; the owners should call lor them, as Dlekson requires the room. no!3-D NOTICES. THE COUPONS DUE APIUL 1, 1891, ON the bonds ot the Charleston and Souttisido bridge Companywill be paid on presentation at the b'idelity Title and Trust Comoany. Pitts burs:. T. II. GIVEN. apl-81 Treasurer. 310 IKON MANUKACTUKEKS ObFlCE . of U. S. Light House Engineer, Thirteenth Istrict, Portland, Oregon. March 21, 189L Proposals will be received at this offlcn until 12 o'clock noon of TUESDAY.the ilst day of April. 1891, for furnishing; the materials and labor of all kinds necessary for tho completion ind de livery of the metal work for tho Umpqua River Ligbt-btation, Oregon, Plans, specifica tions, forms of proposal, and other Information may be obtained on application to this offlce. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids, and to waive any defects. 1'. IL rlANDBURY, Major of Engineers. U. S. A., Light-House E11 Kineer, Thirteenth District. mh31-71 OFriCF or I TREASURER ALLLGUENY COUNTY April 1, Ititll. NOTICE. IN PURSUANCE OF TOE TWENTY rillST section of an act relating to AUe ghenv county, approved tho 1st day of Ma, 1661, and of the amendment of the said sec tion, approved the 30th day of March, A. D. 1666. I do hereby givo notice tbat tho dupli cates for tho several wards, boroughs and townships w ill ho open, and I w ill be prepared to receive tho county, ijtateand poor taxes for the year 1891 on andafter the FI11ST DAY OF MAY, IS'Jl. Said' taxes can be paid at this office until tho FIR&T DAY OF AUGUaT, with a deduction of 5 per cent for prompt pay ment to all persons paying the whole amount of these taxe. There will be no reduction allowed during the month of AugttBt. lhere will he 10 per cent added to all taxes remaining unpaid on the 1st day of rienteniber, 1S9L JOHN A. BELL, Treasurer of Allegheny County. mh31-12-D OFFICIAL PITTSBURG. OFFICE OF THE CITY 1 REASURER, I municipal Hall, &3iithfiei.i &t. t "VTOJ1CEIS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ALL 1 owners (whether resldeut or non-resident of the city of Pittsburg) of drays, carts, wagons, carriages, buggies etc., to pay their licenses at this office forthwith. AUMicenses not paid on or before the first Monday iu March, 1691, will bo placod in the hands of vehicle officer for collection, subject to collection feo of SO cents on each license. Aud all persons neglecting to pay on or before flrstMondav in May, lbUl, will be subjecttoa penalty double the amount of tho licenses, to be recovered before the proper legal authority of said city. The old metal plates of last year must bo returned at the time licences arc taken out, or 25 cents additional will be charged on the license. Rates of license: Each one-horso vehicle, StJ; each two-horse vehicle, 510; each four-horse vehicle, 112; each four-horse hack, 15; oiunl busses and timber wheels, drawn by two horses, J10. One extra dollar will be charged for each ad ditional horse used in above specified vehicles. J. F. DEN-N'ISTON. feC-U.p City Treasurer. DIVIDEND. First National Bank OF PlTTSBURO, PA, Pr-rrsTirmn M irrh .41. 1 PA.. 1. 1891. ) DIVIDEND THE DIRECTORS OF THIS, bank h ive this day declared a quarterly Hi. Mend or TWO PERcElNT on iho cap.tal stock, payable on demand free of tix. apl 67 J. D. bCULLY, Cashier. Central Hank, Pittsburg. Pa.. 1 Marrh 31, lolll. I DIVIDEND THE HOARD OF DIRECT ORS nf this bank have this dav declared a quarterly dividend of ONE AND ONE HALF (1,) PER CENT, payable forthwith at the banklni;h.ouse,No. 47Flfthav. pW V. V, DAVIS. Cashier. TO LET. :..c..:.. 1 H . City Residences. DWELLING-OP SIX LARGE ROOMS, 114 Webster ay. Apply ON PREMISES. A bar gain to tfght parties. ap2-l9t TO LET-Ol.EATLY-l.EDUCKD REM-NOW onryS48 per mouth: a very desirable brick honteor, eight rooms: all modern fixtures: nice yard; location- very central: No. 120 Center av. ; send fon.llst. W. A. HERRON & SONS. 80 Fourth av.T' ' . ap2-10-TTSt j,!'.. East En(I Residences. TO LKrvCOJU'LCTE NEW HOUSE. (UAND 80114? apjiearanCe); seven rooms, large Forchna.'inpriern ftxtorcs; H3 per month: ho. 5155 enn ay j-ast End. Send for list. W. A. HEI.- J.ei.s 'efj,iv ou rourui ar. apiii-,o,i TO Irf-fBl-KR MO.VON FLLSWORTH AV.. (whicu Jnavedtoneof the most desirable streets lij-Jii.t End! modern hoii6e six rooms and attic. 3ripd.for Hst..'W. A. HERRON & SONS. 80 Fontlli ay. - F. ap2-10-TTBt OT Q'ROdP-br.. NEAR WALNUT-BRICK O lO'linuse of 10 rooms. Inqnlre or 1HOS. HACKEPl1,' Chamber or Commerce, or on prem ises. . ', , ' mhS-tS-Miht ' I : Allegheny Residences. O. RsJilRKPA'IRICK AV.. ALLEGHENY- "XT' JN six rooms, w. c. b 51cNElliC,i52i,6urthav. c. uotu gases, etc. w . . n.b31-9t ALLFTniFN'Y-HK.Nr 37 50 PER MONTH: good stand for a baxcrv, cor. Washington av. and Manhattan St.. stortroom and five dwell incrooins.' Inqulro of (! EOltUE K. liOTHWELL, 104 Iranklln si., Allegheny. mbH-lB-TTSt WASHING'ION AV.-IN ALLhGHENY. ON Washington av.. splendid location, eight room house, press-brick front, both gases and water; rent, wo per month; also, to let In Alle gheny, on Franklin St., on hue of street cars, eight-room mansard house, press-brick front, both gacs and water and laundry in the cellar; rent. (30 per month. Inquire of GEORGE it. BOIHWELL, 101 Franklin st.. AUeclieny. Pi. mh24-45-TTBSut Suburban Residences. HOUSR-OF7ROOMSAT JACK'S RUN: J20 permonth. Inquire of (iEOItGE It. BOTti WELL, 104 Franklin St., Allegheny. mbl7-75-TT8t WILDWOOD STATION. A. V. R. R-. ONW mile from cltv Hue 1 nouse 9 rooms. I5 per month:2 houses 5 rooms, ?8 per month; 1 house 5 rooms. ?6 per month: I house 9 rooms. Sjo per month; larm 75 acres, 5 per montb : good board walk from station to earb house, natural gas aud spriug water. T. S. KNAP, 3313 Penn av. mhl2-19t Looms. BOOMS-FINEST FURNISHED ROOMS IN city ior housekeeping: hot and cold water, bath, etc.: new building. NO. 8 WYL1E AV. ap2-3.it KOOM-ONE THIRD-S'IORY FRON J' ROOM, furnished; stationary washstand. 432 PENN AVENUE. ap2-lt Ofllces. Desk Room, Etc DESK AND OFFICE ROOM-ON FIRST floor, at 313 1 ood St.. adjoining I otirth av. J AS. V . DRAPE & CO., 313 W ood St. ap2-98t OFF1CES-IN ailE WES1TNGHOUSE BUILD ING, the handjomest and best equipped office building In W estern Pcunsyivanla: thor oughly fire-proof: electric light, heat and Janitor service Included in rent: rates lower than any other first-class building In the city. For partic ulars apnlv bv tetter or otherwise to AGENT W EsriNGHOUSE BUILDING, room 52. fe5-7-Tfcsut OFFICES-TWO NICELY FINISHED CON NEC1ING offices on second floor with all conveniences, Liberty st. neir Union station: also third floor of same building for oflice use: low rent. J. U REILLY, 77 Diamond st. mh31-4t OFFICE ROOM ON F1RS1 FLOOR. WITH front window, on Wood St., adjoining Fourth av. J VS. W. DRAPE & CO., Sit Wood St., adjoining Fourth av., city. apl-37t Business Stands. ELEGANT SIOREROOM WITH PLATE glass front, 2S7 0hlost.; good business loca tion. Auply to J. H. AIKEN S. CO., luv Fltth av, mli21-26-Dt FLOOR Wx40. WITH OR WllHOUr POWER, suitable for light manufacturing. Inquire of PEARL LAUNDRY, 25 Federal St., Pittsburg. inhl3-42t TO LET-COMPLETE NEW SIOREROOM. good size, plate glass front, cement cellar; the only room not rented lu the Sterrit building, corner of Ohio and West Diamond sts.. Alle gheny: SGOO per year: send for list. A.A. HER RON & SONS, 80 iourth av. ap2-9-MThf LODGE ROOM HAN DSOMEL1 FUR NISHED, conveniently located. Inquire of GILBERl'A. HAYS. 59 Fourth av. le24-44-TTbt REPORTS. THE CHALFONrE ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. On the beach, with .unsurpassed ocean view. Salt water baths in the house. Send for circular. fel-90-D E. ROBERTS fc SONS. H ADDON HALL, ATLANTIC CITY. N. J Now open Hot and Cold Sea-Water Uaths in the House. IeB-91 LEED3ALIPPINCOTT. PROPOSALS. fc WEST VIRGINIA IMPROVEMENT COMPANY". Chief Engineer's Office,' l Weston, W. Va ilarch &, 1891. ( NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals will be received at tbls office nntil 12 o'clock noon, April the 11th, Ic91, f or the grading of 15 miles of the Gauley River Division of the West Virginia and Pitts burg R. R. Co. Profile and statement of quan tities can be seen at this office. The work is comparatively heavy. Comnany reserves tho right to rej'ect any and all bids. Contractors will be required to furnish the best of refer ences. J. A. FIcKINGER, apl-59 Chief Engineer. "PROPOSALS FOR STONE U. S. ENGI X NEER office, i07 West Chestnut street, Louisville, Ky., .March 30. 1S91 Sealea pro posals in triplicate will be received at this office until 1 P. M. (standard time), on WEDNES DAY, the 29th day of April. 1S91, for furnish tng stone for the construction of an abutment for a clam in the Wabash river at Grand Hapid, near Mount Carmel. 111. The attention of bidders is invited to acts nf Congress of February 26, 1885, and February !3, 18S7, volume 23, page 332, and volume 21, page 414, Statutes at Large. Preference will be given to stone of domestic production, conditions of quality and price being equal. The right is reserved to re ject any and all bids. Specifications and printed forms for nroposals will be furnished on appli catijn to the undersigned. EDW. AIAGUIRE, Captain of Engineers. U. S. A. mh30-50-30.Jl.aul.Z27.28 EDUCATIONAL. PARK INSTITUTE. 204 NORTH AVENUE. ALLEGHENY. Classical, Scientific Business Cour-es. New Rapid College of Phonography and Type writing. German and French. Term opens APRIL 0. LEVI LUDDEN, A. il., Principal. mh2S-7-TTS ELECTIONS. Pittsburg, Cii-ciknati. Chicago ajtd 1 faT. Louis Railway Company. J Pittsbuko. March 11, 169L ) THE ANNUAL MEEUNG OF THE stockholders of the Pittsburg, Cincinnati. Chicago and St. Louis Railway Company will be held at the prlucipal offices of tho comnany at 1003 Penn avenue, Pittsimrg, Pa., on TUES DAY. April 14. 1891, at 11 o'clock A. M., for the purpose of receiving the annual report for 1S90, the election of 13 directors to sene for the ensuing year and the transaction of such other business as may properly como before tbo meet ing. The transfer books will bo closed on Satur day March 21, and reopened on Wednesday April 15, 1S91. S. B. LIGGEiT, Secretirv. mhll-71 tts BUSINESS CHANGES. DISSOLUTION NOTICE IS HEREBY given tbat the co-partnership heretofore existing in the grocerv business under the style and firm name of B. T. J. Heard & Co., at 410 Frankstown av., Pittsburg, Pa., has been dis solved by mutual consent, and in future the business will be conducted by B. T. J. Heard, who will receive all moneys and assume all debts of the dissolved firm. B. T. J. HEARD, E. F. STREET. ArniL 1,1891. ap2-70 JOHN BRADLEY fc CO., MERCHANT Tailors, announce to their friends, patrons and the public tbat tbey have transformed their business into a corporation, under the laws of this State, to be known as "John Bradley Com pany." Ref erring to above announcement w o de sire to say that tbo ame class of trade will be done as heretofore, and while the personnel and general conducting ot the business will be tbo same, it is conddently believed the new corpora tion will he enabled to serve its patrons still bet ter and maintain tbo reputation which many years' experience established for the old firm. JOHN BRADLEY COMPANY. W. C. BAltR, JR., Secretary. John Brad lev will pay all debts against tho late tlrm nf John Bradley & Co., and collect all outstanding accounts ot naid firm. ap2-5-2.7.12 LANDLORDS, YOU WILL KPCMVK IlOUH JtENrS PROMPTLY. SAVE MONEY And be furnished with monthly statements ot your accounts hy employing us to manage your property. We give this our personal att ention. COITON fc WHITE. Jal7-U-TT3 - Ho. 157 Lacock st, Allegheny, n itoriinafciUy i i-' irnnlflfn REMOVALS. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., Bsal Estate, Mortgages, eta, Ilave removed to the commodious room. 313 Wood st., Adjoining Fourth avenue. an2-89 CHARLESSOMEnS&CO., REAL ESTATE BROKERS, HAVE REMOVED FROM NO. 313 WOOD ST., To No. 129 Fourth Ave., Oppositj New Postoffice. apl-! R. C. MILLER, House and Sign Painter, lias removed from 73 SIXTH AVENUE, -TO- 52S GRANT STREET, Between Fifth and Webster avenues. Special attention liven to the handling of plate glass, cutting and drilling. Repairing windows, sky lights, etc. House paintins and glazing la all its branches. ocl9-63-D NOTICE. Office of Germania Savings Bank, PrrrSBUEO, March 12. IS9L OWING TO THE LATE FIRE In the building of this hank we hare taken temporary quarters in the offices lately occu pied by the Natioral Bank of Commerce in the Floyd block, corner Wooa st. and Sixth ar. . No loss or injury was sustained m any of the books and valuable papers of the bank. We are therefore ready for our customary business at the above place, where we shall be pleased to meet the patrons of the bank. C. MEYRAN, CHARLES SE1BERT, President. Secretary. mhli-iS-D READY FOR BUSINESS. We have secured possession of the two large and substantial buildings, Nos. 46 and 43 Sev enth avenne. opposite New Grant street, ana v, ith a complete stock of new goods respect fully solicit the patronage of the RETAIL DRUG TRADE. In aadltlon to the goods formerly carried in stock we have added a full line of DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES. This department will be under the care of MR. CHARLES BAEST. who will be glad to meet bis former friend! and customers and to serve them acceptably. NO GOODS AT RETAIL. L. H, HARRIS DRUG CO., NOS. 46 AND 4S SEVENTH-AVENUE. PITTSBURG. PA. apI-3-D AUCTION SALES. J. R. McQUAIDE, Attorney, No. 158 Fourth avenue. rriRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE OF DWELL X ING house and lot, on tho 11TH DAY OF APRIL, A. D., 1891. at 2 o'clock P. jr.. on the premises. Bedford avenue, between Jrawford and Mercer streets. By yirtne of an order of the Orphan's Court of Allegheny county, issuing out nf said court at No. 2 December term, A. D.. 18S3, in parti tion nf the estate of James Ilmdman, deceased, I will offer at public sale on the premises on the Uth day ot April, A. D., 1891, at 2 o'clock p. M., the following described property, namely ' All that certain lot or piece nf ground situate in tho Eighth ward, city of PIttsnurg. Pa., and bounded and described aa follows: Begin ning ac a point on the sonth side of Bedford avenne at the northwest corner of lot of Edward Skees; thence westwardly along Bedford ave nue twenty-Sve (23) feet eight (8) inches to a Ein; thence at right angles to said avenne one undred and twentv-two feet (122) six and one half inches (6) to Whitesides alley, now Gil more street, thence along' said allev northeast wardly twenty-nine (29) feet three (3) inches to a pin at the line of lot of Mr. Anna Berry; thence at right angles to said Whitesides alley seventy.five (75) feet nine (9) inches to a pin; thence parallel with Bedford avenue south-we-twardly three (3) feet seven (7) inches to a pin: thenco at right angles to said Bedford ave nne forty-six (46) feet and six and three-eighths (6) inches to place of beginning. And having thereon erected a two-story frame dwelling house. Terms of sale: One-third cash on delivery of deed and the balance in two equal annual install ments secured by bond and mortgage with scl fa and insurance clans and attorney's commis sion. R. W.MILLER Trustee. GEO. L. LEE, Auctioneer, N. Ill Fifth ave nue. mhUM9-mlil9-ap2,9 by James w. drape & co. ELEGANT FURNITURE, FINE CAR PETS, three wall bookcases, piano, eta, eu at auction, at rcldem-e of the late IL II. Btram, deceased. 350U Fifth ar.. McKee Place, THURSDAY MORNING, April 2, at 10 o'clock. There is fine parlor furniture, spring easy chairs and rockers, library furnlshment, chiffoniers, handsome chamber suites, dressing cases, bedsteads, spring mattresses, wardrobes, sideboard, extension table and dining room furniture, liundry and kitchen utensils, pict ures, cornices, curtains, chinaware, rugs, mats, camels, good piano, etc.. etc. Everything in excellent condition. Sale peremptory. House open at S o'clock on morning of ale. Terms cash. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.. Agents and Auctioneers. rnhS0-13 313 Wood St.. Pittsnurg. AUCTION SALE-NEW QUEEN ANNE frame dwelling, on Euclid ar.,. Neville stition. E. Bellevue, P. Ft. W. t C. R'y.. TUESDAY, April 7, at 4 P. 31, on the premises. This property is situate on corner of finest streets in Bellevue and on line of electric road now in CJustruction. Contains seven rooms, hall, vestibule, three finished attic rooms, slate mantels, electric light wires, speaking tubes, two stairwavs. three pnrche-, all conveniences; lot 8611G; also lot adjoining 41x113; also two lots adjoining on Ta) Ior av. 39x133 each. Sold whole or epirate. Call at oflice for card of admittance. Terms, one-fourtb cash. TRESSEL 4 TENER, N o. 90 Fourth ay. mh22-(o.22.20,28,29.31.ap188.8.131.52 ATTRAC1IVE AUCTION SALE FRIDAY MORNING. April 3, at 10 o'clock, at the rooms. No. 311 Market street, lino parlor suits in brocatplle, English rug, tapestry, plnsh and hair cloth; all klncli of rockers and chairs, bed lounges fold ing beds and couches, sprincs, mattresses, cots, pillows and bolsters, extension tables library stands, bookcase-, wardrobes, hall racks, china closets, sideboards, handsome chamber suits, dressing cases, washstands, bedsteads, chiffoniers, hall, room and stair carpets. Also at 2 o'clock p. if., four fine show cases, lot glassware, cindy jars, dishes, soda fountain and outfit, lot notions, snndrlea and miscellaneous household article. HENRY AUCTION CO , apZ-'JS Auctioneers. H. B. SMITHSON, Real Estate and General Auctioneer, room 53, Eisner building. Filth and Wood street. Sales of jewelry and merchandise at stores. Furni ture at residences promptly attended to ileo-CSn J. A. McKELVEY, Auctioneer. Household furniture, propcrtyandlire stock. Offlce 81 Franktnwn At., East End. TermH upon appllctlon. muS-143-p M. MAY, SONS & CO. FINE DYEING AND CLEANING. 5U Sixth Avenue. mbl9 68-tutIiS Pittsburg, Pa. HOUSEKEEPERS WILL J-IND IT TO their advintage to buy tea set", sllver waie, knives forks and spoons eta. eta, a: WILSON'S JEWELRY SIORE, 01 Fourth avenue. Fine watcb repairm a specialty. apl-TTS McNAUGHEB & CO., Contractors for Paving Sidewalks With Cement, Brick and Fire Brick, Conoretlng Cellars, 110 FEDERAL ST.. ALLEGHENY. PA. Curbstone, furnished and set. fe7-KJ-D v" Htss CHOICE PROPERTIES. CORNER OF STJPEBIOE AND "WOODXi-lSriD AVS.. Allegheny, A finely situated property, elevated and well drained, three minutes' walk from electric ears. The grounds, which contain about 1 acres, arb capable of being beautified to an unlimited extent. The house, which contains ll large rooms. Is brick, well and sub'tintially built, with wide hall in center, large piizza in front and hack; Good large stable. Fine fruit ana forest trees. In lact, this is jn-a tbo property for the tired man of business to go to aud feel, when he reaches It after his dav's turmoil and worry, that it is really borne. This place will be sold at a figure that will allow ot a hand some investment and at terms to suit. D. BEHEN & SON, mb29-25-29-ap2-12 4112 Penn ar. A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME ! MARION PLACE PLAN, Twenty-third Ward, City, LOTS $350 EACH. $5 DOWN AND $1 PER WEEK will buy you a lot. size 25x145, in this popular plan, which ll only 8 minutes' ride from the city; convenient to mills, churches, schools, stores, eta; nearly 300 lots sold in the last 18 months. No Interest, No Taxes and 10 per cent discount for cash. SEE REED B.C0YLE & CO., Corner Fourth Ave. and Grant St. apl-77 A PROFITABLE IIKSTHHTI The BUILDING, with its FURNITURE, situ ate at the corner of Waluut and Main sts., in the city ot Johnstown, well and widely known as the CAMBRIA CLUBHOUSE IS OFFERED FOE S-XjE At a reasonable price and terms to suit the purchaser. It contains 63 rooms and is fully appointed and well arranged for a general ho tel business. Apply to mh26-7S JAMES MCMILLAN. SPLENDID OFFICE ROOM TO LET, Second floor 517 WOOD ST., few doors from, Fifth ave. Large Space, Fine Light. Private Entrance Rent Very Low. INQUIRE WILLIAM H. ALLEN, 517 Wood Street, or W. A. HER20.Y & SOWS. apl-D - M FOE SA-XjE- Handsome New Stone House, 12 rooms and reception hall (hardwood finish), besides pantry, lanndry.bathroom.sewingroom, linen closet, cemented cellar, hot water fur nace. All modern conveniences to the smallest; details. LOT 300 FEET FRONT, ON WINEBrDDLE AVENUE. Street and sewer improvements made. A bar-rain to a quick buyer on account of owner removal. (59). See W. A. HERRON & SONS, ap2 11 TTS 50 FOURTH AVENUE, PROFITABLE. An elegant East End property comprising an entire square, fronting on three choice street and extnnding to alley: A BEAUTIFUL PLOT OF LEVEL GROUND, all in fruit, shade and vines; commodioui. and complete bouse of 12 rooms, supplied with every convenience; larco stable, poultry house, etc.: one square of Du quesne electric cir; A PROPERTY THAT WILL SOPPLY every requisite of a suburban, home; au investment tbat will yield handsoma profits now. or a zreat outcome In tbo future. WELL WORTHY OF ATTENTION at prico nimed. S20.000. Terms to suit purchaser. IC not sold previous to April 13 will rent to ac ceptable tenant. Call on us for card of intro duction to owner. 2-11-75. apl 21 CHARLES SOMERS Jt CO. F OR SALE 6,250. Center avenue, near Fulton street: new two story brick dwelling, eight room', bath, h. and c water and all other modern Improve ments. This honse could not be duplicated at the price asked for it. Lot 20x100 to 10-foot alley. J. C. REILLY. 77 Diamond st. inn31-5 ElOR SALE EAST END PROPERTY. MURRY & EDSALL, mb25-91 34 FIDELITY I1UILDING. H. L CHiLDS & CO. Mill Supplies Ruober Good.. .Belting, etc.. ilav9 removed to 102 WATER ST. mh27-76-MWT W. J. EAST, Architect, Has removed from Fednral St., Allegheny, ta ofllces located in WESTINGHOUSE BUILDING. mh4-12-MWT PlTTSEPBg. IT. GEORGE ICAPPJSIj, THE MUSIC DEALER. Will remove to his new granite building; ll SMITHFIELD ST.. On or abont April L mhlC-7-MWT ROSS W. BLACK, BARBER SUPPLY HOUSE, Will remove Apriiy to 712 PENN AVENUE; next to Penn Building, Razors grouud and, honed. Shaving materials furnished at lowest; price. mh27-77-MW-r NOVELTY CANDY CO., Lim. We beg to inform our customers and all jobbers in candle that we have removed to our new factory. No. 61 Second av., and with our Increased facilities and Improved machinery, we are now prepared to fill all orders promptly. mb29-131-MWJT. THE UNION INSURANCE CO. Has removed to t Nos. 168 and 170 FOURTH AY. ("St. Nicholas BuIIdlnsr.") J. W. J. M'TiATN, Secretary. h2775-jnrr