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An Allegheny baloon Keeper Told He Mast Join the Retailers OK MEET TROUBLE IN THE COUHT. Another Admits That the Police Get Drinks at II is Back Door. bl.OW PKOGKESS MADE IESTEKDAI Only 40 cases were heard in License Couit yesterday. Judge Magee went into details in every case to an unusual extent so that the entire matter can be laid before Judge White. There was but one breeze and that came from Attorney McCtitcheou. He claimed that an organization of Allegheny liquor dealers bad been formed there with the object of defeating certain other dealers who are not members. Out of respect to the memory of the late A. Jr. Watson, court was adjourned earlier than usual. At the opening of court the case of Theo dore Huckestein was recalled. His bar tender and wife denied the story told by the Kiemhoflers except that the bartender aoknowledced selling to the boy, who, he ijvs, claimed to be 21 years old. The case o' Emil Wey was also recalled and Mr. AVey testified that no one had gotten liquor there on election day. The case of James E Dowlinz was also recalled. Several minors were called who testified that they fcTured drinks at the place. One said he could get it anywhere, to which Judge Magee replied: "I guess you're right there." Margaret Dora's case was also recalled, and the same minors testified to having se cured drinks there. Several neighbors were i-illeu to testily as to the character of the house. The case of Hubert Campbell was recalled to prove that he kept no restaurant. Albert Hesser testified that at 12:20 yesterday he was refuted a rae.il. Resumed the Regular Ituo. Herman L. Auger, new applicant for 10 Chestnut street, denies that he has sold any iquor the past year. He was the first man i. the regular run of business. Fred Ariz is now licensed in the Tenth ward, srnl applie- foi 3D Anderson street. A remon 6ianre was filed agaiust liim on account of the l.ojt.' Hume just across the street. vVul.ain linrdctt is now licensed at 2 and 4 V deral wrcet, where he says he serves 50 meals ua y. Mr Christy Haven't the people from the tpusoutn been refused meals at our place? Applicant Xo, sir. Thomas Burger is an applicantfor 140 Canal repi, where he has a restaurant. He says sa nnisit send meaiers io his place. lr&ce Magee Name some one who has sent bUy to yon. Applicant Mr. Lynch sent a man just last W6"iv 1 unnias Bracken applies for S Anderson su ! tbe auie place he applied last year. A r. r nnsirance as tiled against him on behalf I tiieU's Home. J'ciryl". Bitner. new applicant for 2S0 and .'"- 'nio street, expects to run a restaurant Mr. Christy When did the people living Ti -re now quit running a speak-easj ? Applicant I beard they were running one ai u ordered them to quit. Ai ton Hriegcl, liow licensed at 31 East Dia mond street, says he has had no trouble the pst year. Mr Christy Do you know John Boshart? Applicant Yes, sir. M r c'hnstj When did yon have trouble with John Applicant Last summer. Mr Christy A hatchet was mixed up in that. Applicant That has nothing to do with the house. Mr. Christy You went over to his house. 1 on were tried for aggravated assault and bat terv What was the resell? Applicant Thero was no insult. Mr Christy You were found guilty and paid the costs. Asplicant Oh, it's easy to find guilty. Oeorge Boeshaus is a bartender who wonld like to tend his own bar at 28 Chestnut street. Mr. Christy A man committed suicide a short time ago. Applicant Suicide? Mr. Christy Killed himself. Applicant Ohl yes. 1 couldn't help that. Mrs. Jane Dickroeger is now licensed at 73 Main street. This ss the last case taken up before noon. Only nine cases were heard before noon. Work of tho Afternoon Session. William Ruckeisen, of 37 Sixth street, was not able to be present, but his chances are pood. t F. W. Eagle. 53 North street, wants a uconse, but lie almost changed his mind after L C Christy and the Judge got through with b.m. iu rapid succession the names of Joseph r.l.incer. 367 Lacock street; Charles Kane and JoLn 1' Heideger. 53 South Diamond street: AlpLousus H tickers tein, 35S Ohio street; David u Jones, 74 Federal meet: William Ken--o-c 352 Ohio street: H. J. Meyer, 101 Madi son avenue: Daniel Muller. 70 Federal street; M icbaei Mackic, 52 Anderson street; Daniel Winer. 31 North street, and Andrew Nellie. 76 Ohio street, were each called up, made their little speeches and retired without creating any fcensation. James J. Finney, the well-known detective, v uld like to sell liquor at 168 Lacock. Mrv. Kate Gerst, of 20 East Diamond, passed the ordeal without even disturbing a feather in her bonnet. .-orge Keedaisch, of SO Madison avenue, came up, and his attorney bad a war of words wnn ii t Christy. Louis Loutner, 210 Ohio street, is selling un uei a transfer license, and says be will lose uoney if be is refused. W L. Llpplncott, of 70 Federal street, with crew hi' application. John Lonnk. 23 Sandusky street, has been p serutcd for allowing drinking in bis house. .eorge Leher, 150 Ohio street, holds a trans it license. He sold after midnight. Police Drink at Ills Hack Door. John Lynch, IS Chestnut street, obeyed the law except that he truted a little. He says the police drink at his back door. Adam Mcshel, 201 Madison avenue, has not bad a license for two years. John D. II abolJ, No. 31 Federal street.bas had a tirene during the uast jear and claimed to nave obeyed the law in every respect. To Mr. i ut isiy the applicant stated that lie opened his restaurant last July. E. P. Hesser was sworn anu testified that the applicant's dining room consisted of an eieht-foot lunch counter, and tba he floes not feed 25 or 3Q men. Attorney McCuicheon You are employed by the Retail Liquor Dealers' Association of Alle gheny? Sir Hesser Yes, 1 do some work for them. Mr. McCuicheon Mr. Mabold is not a mem ber ot that association, js he? Mr. Hpsser I don't Know that, Mf McCuicheon informed the Court that there was a conspiracy against Mr. Mabold. Mr Lbrlsty Do you accuse me, sir? Mr iicCatcheon I reior to no person in par tic ,ar. Mr McCuicheon then read part of a circular sent to Mr. Mabold, threatening him if he did no' join the association, etc, they would make It unpleasant for bim when he applied for li cense ' i.arles Mayer, 4 Hope street. Is a bartender, and vi ili be a husband it he gets a license. uarlesT. Mappes, 360 and 30S Lacock, is a one armed bookkeeper. U Mohrhoff. 29 Chestnut, wants to sell Iiquoi in the rooms formerly occupied by the Vol (.meet Club. At bis point C. C. Dickey announced the death of A M. Watson, and out of respect for uu memory me court adjourned. blcilled Mexican Artificers. The Mexicans, E. Gomez Pedrozo, Santo Rarbaroes and D'Elmo Sarturia, who are engaged jt the World's Museum-Theater this week, make some of the most beautitul work in their particular line we have ever seen. They lorm from feathers a per ect bird with beautifully variegated plumage, every part ef which is as perfect in detail as Its living representative of the forest. This (Friday) afternoon every lady visitor to the museum will be presented with one of these beautiful birds mounted on a handsome card a souvenir which will be an adorning picture in any parlor or boudoir a perfect artistic gem. Kad Glove Bmcains. Best makes 50c, 75c, $1 00, 25, $1 60; largest variety ever shown at Rosenbaum & Co.'s. -vrrs Wall l'aper. All grades of fine goods, leathers, pressed i goods, etc, at John S. Eoberts. 414 Wood I street. A DAY IN THE COURTS. Too Much Uooxe Gets a Justice of the Peace Into Trouble His Bondsman to Be Indemnified Interesting Insurance Suit Brier. Judge Ewing yesterday handed down an opinion in the matter of the petition for a rule on D. J. Davis, Justice of the Peace of West Elizabeth borough, to show cause why ho should not give security to indemnify hi! surety. The petition was filed by Enoch Davis, the bondsman of 'Squire Davis. Judge Ewing, in his opinion, said: "The testi mony taken in this case shows that the re spondent, D. J. Davis, has, by reason of habit ual continued intemperance, become unfit to attend to the duties of bis office as Jostles of the Peace, and that he has thereby increased the responsibility of his surety." It was ordered that within 30 days the re spondent give security to indemnify the estate of Enoch Davis, his bondsman, in the sum of 1,500 for loss, damage or costs by reason of the suretyship of tun said Enoch Davis for him for the faitblul performance of bis duties as Jus tice of the Peace. The 'Squire was directed to pay the costs. INTEEESTING IHSTBAHCE SUI1 Brought by tho Helm or a Woman 'Who Got No Money. An argument was heard by Judge Hawkins, of the Orphans' Court, yesterday, on excep tions to the account ot the administrator ot the estate of Mrs. Justlna Kappek She held an insurance policy for $2,000 in the Knights and Ladies of Honor.and in the policy named three children as beneficiaries. In her will she directs that all her insurance be divided among her five children. The administrator paid the insurance to those named in the policy, and exceptions were mru, il uciuj; ciaimeu tuab .uis. xvappoi had a right to transfcrtbe beneficiaries by will. Judge Iianklns reserved his decision. Executions Issued Yesterday. The executions issued yesterday were: W. A. GoehrlngACo., vs Fishell, Ralston x Co., 97 S4, fl 50 and $1,246 S3; Ireland fc Hughes vs Coogan & Conley, J740 90; Kay Bros. A. Co. vs same, SL276 35: John Martin and wife vs Patrick Bradley. $137 62; Oscilla RIges vs P. C. Kiggs, 1915: W. K. Jennings, administrator of Isabella W. C. Comingo, vs the Peoples' Mu tual Accident Insurance Company, (5,600: M. C. Myers vs J. . Crouse, 85 70; L. H. Smith Wooden Waro Company vs R. H. Heatley, 3 78. Notes From the Courts. TnESuit of James Laird against Raymond D. Brent, an action on a contract, is on trial be fore Judge Stowe. A verdict for the plaintiff was given yester dav in the ejectment suit of Ross Holland against J. Charles Dicken! The suits of W. H. Nicholson and David Iseman against A. G. Hatry A Co., actions on notes, are on trial before Judge Collier. Common Pleas Courts Nos. 1 and 2 ad journed yesterday in respect to the memory of the lata A. M. Watson, whose death was an nounced. The Standard Oil Company yesterday en tered suit against the Columbia Iron and Steel Company to recover $919 04 on a bill of ex change. As inquest In lunacy was held yesterday, in the case of Phllomena Miller. She is 47 years of age, and was decreed to have been a lunatic without lucid intervals since childhood. Divorces were granted yesterday in the cases ot George Glover against Jennie D. Glover; Robert Wallace against Ann Wallace, and Emma Deeds against George Deeds. Is the suit of Ira Ii. Duncan against A. Over holt A Co., to recover salary under an alleged agreement, a verdict was given yesterday for the defendants, and certifying to a balance of 6 cents in their favor. Following are to-day's trial lists: Common Pleas Court No. 1 Stodard vs Woog; Clark vs Ebacb; -McAleese vs Mansfield; Richards vs Walker: Van Ordstrand vs Demmler; Koenig etal vs Huber; Reineman vs Gregg. Common Pleas Court No. 2 Argument list. William A. Sullivan yesterday entered salt against the Pittsburg and Birmingham Traction Company for $25,000 damages. The plaintiff was a newsboy. He stated that on January 30. 1S91, he got on car No. 23 to sell bis papers, a privilege accorded to newsboys. The conductor, E. G. Davis, however, kicked blm off the car. He fell beneatb a passing wagon and the wheels rolled oxer him. injuring him severely. Progress. It is very important In this age of vast ma terial progress that a remedy be pleasing to the taste and to the eye. easily taken, acceptable to the stomacb and healthy In Its nature and effects. Possessing these qualities. Syrup of Figs is the one perfect laxative and most gen tle diuretic known. Do Ton Eat? I want to prove to all my friends and cus tomers that while I work lor my own inter est I don't forget theirs. First to cut prices down; last to put them up, and strictly first class goods, is my aim. Send for April price list and specui offer slip. I will give with all regular orders of ten ($10) dollars and upward 21 lbs granulated sugar $1 00 23 lbs standard A sugar 1 00 20 lbs California grapes 1 00 13 lbs boneless codfish 1 00 10-Ib kit mackerel 1 00 7 lbs roasted coffee (fresh ground)..... 1 00 7 lbs choice evaporated npples. 1 00 4 lbs chewing tobacco 1 00 3 Ss evaporated raspberries 1 00 4 lbs Weyman's tobacco 100 8 lbs white clover honey 1 00 G ibs tea (in all varieties) 1 00 50 bars family soap 1 00 Large family scales..... 1 95 9 cans fresh mackerel 1 00 24 lbs new codfish (whole) 1 00 30 bars soap (5 cents size) 1 00 7 tt3 dessicated cocoanut 1 00 C-foot step ladder, complete 98 1 clothes horse (4 wings; 6 feet) 85 1 gallon New Orleans molasses 30 1 gallon glass oil can, tin-covered 20 4 lbs dried corn 25 Sugar-cured hams, pertb 9) 1 can best Lima beans 8 1 can genuine sugar corn 8 1 can pumpkin 7 1 can solid packed tomatoes 8 1 can neat 7 lean siring beans 6 Sugar-cured sbonlJer, per lb G Delivered to all parts of two cities. To parties living out of the cltv will prepay freight on all orders of 510 and upward. Send for price list. Jas. J. Weldoit, No. 201 Market street, Corner Second avenue, Pittsburg. Why Wo Advertise. Because we have the best assortment of men's, boys' and children's hats in the city. Because we have Dunlap's celebrated bats. Because we have Stetson's fine hats. Because we have Roeloi's fine bats. Because we have the Boston flexible hats. Because we have hats for big heads. Became we bave Dunlap's silk hats. Because we have the new square crown hats. Because we have Dunlap's soft hats. Because we have introduced our new Per fection hats at S2, J2 CO and f3 in all the latest shapes and -olors, and which we can commend to all wintiug medium priced hats. Because we will give you prompt and careful attention and sell you only what you ought to have. Because we want your trade. Cl A. Smiley & Co., Hatters and Furriers, 28 Fifth avenue, near Market, Pittsburg, Pa. The Peoplo'i Store Fifth Avenue. If you want to get bargains in goods such as Lonsdale and Fruit of the Loom muslins, white goods, blankets, etc., then come to this sale of goods purchased from the H. B. Claflin Company fire sale. These goods are not injured for use. Some wet, others slightly soiled none burnt. Come to-day and to-morrow. See window. Campbem, & Dice. Choice new dress trimmings at Beining & Wilds', 710 Penn avenue. The best place to'get trimmings and notions. No it Is a Good Time To select wall paper. Our stock comprises everything you can possibly wish in that line. John S. Uobebts, 414 Wood street Common Councils to Consider the Ordi nance at a Special Sleeting To-Day Mr. Carnegie Coming to Pittsburg The Need of Ilaste Opinions on the Pro posed Site. Common Council will meet in special ses sion this afternoon to consider the ordinance, which has already passed Select Council, giving the Carnegie Library Commission per mission to erect buildings on the Forbes street entrance to Scbenley Park. Some baste in this connection is deemed advisable, as Mr. Carnegie is to arrive hero on the 8th insr., when he desires to see some definite action taken to ward the erection of the library buildings. James B. Scott says that as soon as the ordi nance is passed and has the approval of the Mayor he will call a meeting of the Library Commission in order that the work may be pushed to a conclusion. The Commission, be bays, has been unable to make any plans, or, in fact, do anything until the location was se cured, as the plans will bave to be mado to suit tbe ground. "I am glad Mr. Carnegie is coming," said A. F. Keating, "as it will give an Impetus to tbe work on the library. I should like to see the men hard at work to-morrow if it could be managed so, I would not bo in tbe least sur prised if Mr. Carnegie is coming here with a new plan for the advancement of the library. Perhaps be has fixed on a good site, which escaped the commissioners." Mayor Gourley advocates prompt action, and favors locating the library wherever Mr. Car negie desires, as the latter gentleman is footing the bills. John Shamble wauts tho library matter pushed, but docs not favor tho Schenley Park site. "It is a mistake," he said, "to put tbe music hall and museum building out there. They ought to be down town. I get letters every day from working men and capitalists who say it is a mistake. Men havo come to me who live in close proximity to where it is pro posed to put tho building and tell me that while it will enhance the value of their properly theytulnx U is a mistake to put the main library building there." Kirk Q. Uigbam also objects to the locality and believes it will re quire special legislation to grant the Schenley Park site to the Carnegie Commission. NOVELTIES FHOJI FRANCE, ENGLAND AND JAPAN. Bare and Beautiful Trees and Flowering Shrubs nnd Plants Many Horticultural Acquisitions of Exquisite Beauty Not to Be Obtained Elsewhere in This Country. DIBECT IMPORTATIONS JUST BECEIVED BY THE B. A. ELLIOTT COMPANY, OF 54 SIXTH STEEET. Having just received 30 cases of new and rare ornamental trees and flowering shrubs from the famous Orleans nurseries in France, we wish to call the attention of all admirers of choice and unique material for lawn and garden decoration to them, and to announce that we will have many of these trees and shrubs on exhibition and sale at our storeroom,54 Sixth street, for a few days. Our B. A. Elliott will be in attendance every afternoon to give full information of them to visitors. Among those on exhibi tion are the following: Fagus sylvatica tricolor this tricolored beech is the most striking tree in cultivation. It is closely allied to the well-known copper beech, but much handsomer, the leaves being pink, purple and white, and as brilliant as the brightest of the Coleus family. Of this wonderful acquisition we have bought the entire stock from the introducers in France, and not a tree of it can be obtained except from us. Another beautiful tioveltv is Cornus Sibe rica Variegata Spathii (Siberian Varie gated Dogwood). This is a small tree with red wood and the most strikingly brilliant foliage. There are, however, bo many beau tiful new things that it is impossible to give a description of tbem here, but we most cordially invite you to come and examine them, whether you wish to purchase or not. Everything we oiler is perfectly hardy, and the growing of these trees and shrubs will not be an untried experiment, as we have been testing them on our grounds from one to three years. We wish to call special at tention to the following: Juglans Nigra Pendula Glauca, Arucdo Donax Macro pbylla, Bbus Cotiuus Glabra Laciniata, Fagus Pendula (Weeping Beech), Tilia Pendula (Weeping Linden), Fagus TJrticifolia, Catalpa Aurea, Crcetagus Pyracantha Pendula, Magnolia Lenne, Mahonia Japonica, Quercus Palustrus, Bubra Pendula (Weeping Oak), 30 new varieties of Lilacs, single and double, TJlmus Picturata Variegata, Abies Excelsa Pumila Glauca, and scores ot other beauti ful things. We have also received a large invoice ol Rhododendrons and Hardy Azi leas from the noted Waterer nurseries in England, and direct from Japan several varieties of superb new Lilies and complete collections of tbe wonderful Japanese Iris and the exquisitely beautiful Japanese Maples. We have all the rare Water Lilies and aquatics, including the Victoria Begia, Egyptian Lotus and the pink Cape Cod Pond Lilv. B. A. Elliott Company, 54 Sixth street, Pittsburg, Pa. UPRIGHT PIANO, S200. Square Piano, 3150 Parlor Grand, S350. An excellent 7-octave upright piano, good as new, of elegant design, rich tone and solid construction, worth $375, for 5200; also a ?1,000 parlor grand piano, in splendid condition, for $350, and a square piano, cost when new $450, at 150. A rare opportunity to purchase a piano at an exceptionally low figure. J. M. Hoffman & Co., 537 Smithfield street. Sohtner pianos and Colby pianos, un rivaled for tone and durability, at lowest prices. 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. BUSINESS CHANG1S. DISSOLUTIOA NOTICE IS HEREBY given that the co-partnership heretofore existing in the real estate business under tbe style and firm name of C Bennger & Son has been this day dissolved by mutual consent, C. Bcrlnger retiring. The business will be continued by Walter C. Berlnger under tbe firm name of W. C. Ber lnger 4 Co., who will receive all moneys and assume all debts of the dissolved firm. C. BERINGER. APRIL 1, 1S91. W. a BERINGER. I hereby cheerfully recommend our old patrons and customers to the new firm of W. C. Beringer 4 Co. C. BERINGER. apS-91 NOTICES. TJ: N1TED AMERICAN MECHANICS. AT-TENTION- Amencan Cammanderv No. 1. of Ohio will be instituted on MONDAY, April 6, at Mans field, O. Arrangements have been made with the Pennsylvania Company to run special train, leaving Union Depot at 1:40 P. M., Allegheny at 1 P. ii.. city time. Comrades can get f nil in formation in regard to the trip byaoplvingto Supreme Marshal J. Rhodes Miller. 411 Smith field St. By order JOHN M. ANDREWS, Approved: 1). S. C. at Large for U. S. Y. R. McGREW. R. C. THOMAS F. ASHFORD. JR., 8.V.C. ap3-21 C. T. W. COOPER, S. Rec. AUCTION SALES. ATTRACTIVE AUCTION SALE FRIDAY MORNING. April 3, at 10 o'clock, at the rooms. No. 3U Market street, fine parlor suits in hrocatelle, English rug, tapestry, plush and bair cloth; all kinds of rockers and chairs, bed lounges, fold ing beds and couches, springs, mattresses, cots, pillows and bolsters, extension tables, library stands, bookcases, wardrobes, ball racks, china closets, sideboards, handsome chamber suits, dressing cases, washstauds, bedsteads, chiffoniers, ball, room and stair carpets. Also at 2 o'clock p. n four fine show cases, lot glassware, candy jars, dishes, soda fountain and outfit, lot notions, sundries and miscellaneous household articles. HENRY AUCTION CO., ap2-28 Auctioneers. H. B. SMITHSON, Real Estate and General Auctioneer, room 53, Eisner building. Fltth and Wood street. Sales of jewelry and merchandise at stores: Furni ture at residences promptly attended to. deo-68D J. A. McKELVEY, Auctioneer. Household furniture, property and live stock. Office 84 Frankstown At.. East Knd. ' Terms upon applictlon. mh8-143-D X$-Disjlaii advcrlitcmtnls one dollar per tqtiare for one insertion. Classified advertise ments on this page, such as Wanted, For Sale, To Let. etc, ten cents per line for each inser tion, and none taken or lest than thii ty cents. Top line being displayed counts as two. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BUSINESS OFFICE, Cor. Smithfield and Diamond Streets, ALWAYS Ol'EN. BRANCH OFFICES AS FOLLOWS, WHERE WANT, rOK SALK, TO LET. AND OTHER TRANSIENT ADVERTISEMENTS WILL BE RECEIVED Ul'TOSP. M. FOR INSERTION. Advertisements shonld be prepaid unless adver tisers already have accounts with The Dispatch. FOR THE SOCTHSIDE, NO. 1411 CARSON STREET. TKXEPHOXEXO. 603. FOR THE EAST END, J. W. WALLACE, 6121 1'ENN AVE. I'UTSBUKG AIJDITIONAL. THOMAS MCCAFFREY S509 Butler street. EM1LG. STUCKEY, :4th treet and Pennave. ALLKOHXNY. A. J. KAFRCHER. 89 Federal street. IT. J. McURIDE, Market House, Allegheny. F. H. EGGKRS & bON, Ohio and Chestnut sts. THOMAS McHEN RY, Western and Irwin aves. G. W. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves. FERKYM. ULE1M. Rebecca and Allegheny aves. WANTED. Malo Helo. A CHANCE IN A LIFETIME FOR MEN with capital and active men without capital to secure a very pleasant and profitable business; no drones or curiosity seekers need apply.. Ad dress with 2-cent stamp. CONSOLIDATE!) AD JUSTABLE SlIUESTOKE, 43 Arcaae IlulMing, Cleveland, O. mh20-6I-WFSu A COMPETENT MAN TO ORGANIZK AND net as Deputy Supreme President for a flrst class short term order, chartered In Philadelphia, Pa. Address, wllh relercnce. VVM. E. SCAR I.ETT, Sup. Sec, 1KM Chestnnt st Philadelphia, Pa. ap5-18 BARBFR-ONE KIRST-CI.ASS JOURNEY MAN barber (white) at 57 FRANIiSTOWN A V.. E. E.. cltv. apMO B ARBER. APPLY AT ONCE, 2530 PENN A v., also boy to learn trade. ap3-54 B AKEK-SKCOND HAND. APPLY AT JOHN DOYLE'S. 1311 Penn av.,clty. ap3-46 B AKER-AT MRS. RODGEKS', 73 MARION St., niisDurff. apj-to BOILERMAKERS AND TANK BII1LDERS-Flrst-class men for work In Philadelphia. For particulars applicants can meet J. . MITCHELL. Seventh Avenue Hotel. Pittsburg, any time Saturday or Monday, April 4 and 8. ap2-G5 BOY AHOUT IB TO I.RARN DRUG BUSI NESS. TIIEO. E. IIIRIG. pharmacist. 3610 Fifth ar., Pittsburg. ap3-S0 BREAD BAKERS-EXPERIENCED MEN. ApDlyto R. B. WARD CO., 3212 Liberty avenue. ap3-32 B UTOHFR-UOOD MAN. APPLY AT 193 apl-9.") MAIN ST., WestEnrt. CO AT M A K E R S - IMMEDIATELY-GOOD workshop and best prices. S. W. ST1MSON ftSONS, Columbus, O. apl-80 CRACKER BAKER-UNDERSTANDING ALL branches of the business: competent to take charge of a shop. Adoress, witn rsfcrences, SHENANDOAH BAKERY CO., Llm Shenan doah. Pa. ap3-85-D DRUG CLERK MUST ISK COMPETENT AND temperate; first-class reference required: good position for rljtlit party. Inquire 40 SEVENTH AV. apJ-W HEATER-ONE FIRST-CLASS FORGE AXLE heater. Applv I'lTTSBUKG FORGE IKON CO., Verner station. Ninth ward. Alle gheny, Pa. arjS-71 KEGIVTERED DRllG CLERK-BEST OF reference: 840 a month. Address BORAX, Washington, Pa. ap3-8 TENOGRAPHER-IN A MANUFACTURING office: competent stenographer and type writer, with references. Porter's system preferred; state age, experience, and salary expected. Ad dress N., Dispatch office. ap3-S3 STENOGRAPHER AND DRAUGHTSMAN OR lady. Address at once, PITTED SCHENCK, "Architect," No. 301 West Jefferson St., Butler, l'a. ap3-29 OOL-MAKER-VICE HAND TOOL-MAKER to work on punches and dus and screw ma chine tools: in answering state age. experience and wages wanted, METRIC METAL CO., Bearer Falls, Pa. ap3-74 TWO COATMAKERS; MUST BE FINE ME CHANICS and sober men: steady employ ment. WILLIAM ALAND, Butler, Pa. tpl-m WAREHOUSEMAN-ONE WHO HAS HAD experience In an oil warehouse. Call at 112 WATER ST. ap3-6 YOUNG MAN-OF ABOUT 17. TO ASSIST IN a retill lumber business: reference re S uired. Address, naming salary desired, A. K., ilspatcb office, ap3-31 YOUNG MAN-OR BOY WHO HAS HAD experience In barber trade. Apply to GEO. JENNY. 107 South Canal st , Allegheny. ap3-88 Agents. AGENTS-TO SELL AND EVERYBODY TO use Dr.O'Kecre's 25 cent pills; good as gold; Dr. O'Keefe's liver pills, cold or catarrh pills, cough pills, diarrheal pills, dyspepsia pills, rhue matlsm pills, headache pills, sMu eruption pills, worm pills, kidney pills, leucorrhcea pills, back ache pills, eye pills, teething pills, asthma pills, croup pills, sore broat pills, nerve pills, nervous debility pills, whooping cough pills, uon-cathartlc pills, malaria pills, piles pills: price, 25 cents; large bottles. '.. DR. O'KEKFE 4 CO., Homeo pathic Druggists, 703 Smithfield St., Pittsburg. Pa. mhJO-52 AGENTS TO SELL THE NEWEST AND best subscription books upou the market: the most recent additions to our list are "The Steam Engine, " by Daniel Kinnesr Clark, Hon. Member Am. Society Mech. Engineers; "The Family Physician," by J. McGregor-Robinson, ofGlasgow University: "Irish Literature" and Davenport's "Condensations" of the best litera ture ol all languages and ages. P.J. FLEMING & CO., 77 Diamond sL mhI5-TuwTliFSSu AGKNTS-NOW READY MOST WONDER FUL advertising machine the world has ever known: patented: 6clls to every merchant: steady work: big pay; inclose stamp. ARC MFG. CO., Racine, Wis. mli25-'3-WF Femalo Help. GIRLS-20 GI1SLS FOR WRAPPING ROOT beer. Applvat GALVIN'S ROOT BEER LABORATORY, 90 Water St., city. ap3-22 LADIKS-TWO YOUNG LADIES TO LEARN the art of fine cravou work. Apply Immedi ately to the ELITE GALLERY, 516 Market st. ap2-73 XrUBSE GIRL-TO GO TO THE COUNTRY; J callatrnce. ROOMS 44 AND 45, 111 Fourth av., Pittsburg, Pa. ap3-7 Male and female Help. HOUSEKEEPER LAUNDRESS. CHAMBER MAIDS, cooks, nurses, dining room girls, 200 house girls, live colored girls, one plumber, boy to learn tinsmith, drivers, waiters, farm bands. MRS. K. THOMPSON, 603 Grant st. mlCl-81-D MALE COOK WAITERS, GARDENERS, farm hands, errand boy. teamsters, cooks, house girls, chambermaids, dintng-room girls, dlsn washers, laundress, nurse girl, ladv's inald, hotel cooks, second cook, MEEHAN'S. 545 Grant st. mh30-D Situations. BOOKKEEPING-1 ATTEND TO N YTHING In the line of intricate accounting, such as opening and closing of books or correction of errors; also give Instructions In the use ol the Voucher System. A. F. bAWIHLl 1S7 Federal St., Allegheny, Pa. dc6-5t-D POSl'lION-BY YOUNG MAN AS BILL OR shipping clerk with three years' experience; good reference. Address A. D., Dispatch ofllee. ap2-39 S1TUATION-A PLAIN. EVERY-DAY HOOK KEEPER, experienced, rapid and accurate, would like an opening with good parties. Address CU.VH'Ai, Dispatch office. apl-80 SITUATION-AS CUTTER BY PRACTICAL tailor. Address CUTTER, Dispatch office. apJ-8J Rooms, Honses, Etc HOCSE-A SMALL FAMILY' OF 3 ADULTS desire to rent a house, with small lot of ground attached, online of P., Ft. W. JfcC lSy.. or West Penna. R. R., for the summer: lurnlshed house preferred. Address, stating terms. P. O. BON. 594 Pittsburg, Pa. mh31-73 Ifinanclal. MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY. SUBURBAN and larm properties: stocks, school and municipal bonds, as well as other securities, negotiated. ED. WITHSH. 410 Grant st.. Pitts burg, Pa. IeH-25-D M ORTGAGES ON CITY OR ALLEGHENY county property at lowest rates. HKNitv A. WEAVER ,t CO.. 92 ITourth avenue. mh2-D TO LOAN 8500,000, IN AMOUNTS OF 13,000 and upward, on city and suburban property, on 5 per ceut: also snraller amounts at Q per cent. BLACK A BA1RD, tt Fourth avenue. se21-d26-r TO LOAN 1200,000 ON MORTGAGES 100 and upward at 8 per cent; (500,000 at4a per cent on residences or business property, vacant lots or farms, t. H. FRENCH, 125 Fourth ave. oc23-D rri K U S T F U N D S-TO LOAN ON REAL JL estate. WISE & MINOR, Attorneys, 91 Diamond st. ap3-82 WANTED-MONEY TO LOAN ON MOliT GAGES, in large and small amounts, at lowest market rate or Interest. See W. A. HER RON & SONS. 80 Fourth av. ap3-26-v Miscellaneous. A LLTO USE JONES' BEDBUG PARALYSER Jones' Magic Roach Powder: contains no poison: roaches banished oy contract; satisfac V.S5. J'.'TS'1 5r aopay. Prepared by GEO. W. JONES, 222 Federafst., Allegheny, Pa. Sold by all first-class druggists. Residence No. 80 Mon fryst. lyll-42-MWT BOILER-ONE SECOND-HAND 15-HORSE-POWER tubular, upright boiler and engine. Address GRANT B. TOWNSEND, Apollo. Pa. ap3-90 D ENTAL PRACTICE IN CITY LIMITS. AD. xwu93 uxutxALi, UMpatca OQce, a03-Ki Miscellaneous. EVERYBODJ TO KNOW THE SCHOOL OF Design and Dress Cutting will remove to No. 851 PENN A V., April I, from B16 PENN AV. in 1126-57 I31TT3BURG CLEAN TOWEL CO. REMOVED to 8 W XL.IE A V. ZV--H PUPILS ON THE ZITHER-SIS PER QUAR TER (28 lessons): terra begins In April. C. W. BUFFUM. Teacher, 223 N. Hlghlaudav. mh27-57-rsu T IO BU r-SECOND-HAND POOL TABLES, ciieap. .aoaress ai. u., uispaicn omce. api-23 FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE. City Residences. FRANKLIN ST.-NEAK TO WNSEND. THREE good small hrlck dwellings: all rent for S3 permonth; can he increased: all three of them for 12,900. J. C RE1LLY, 77 Diamond st. mb31-i HOUSE-BLUFF ST., NEAR COLLEGE. FOR sale or to let new brick livuse eight rooms, bathroom: all late improvements. HOIST. COW ARD, 20 Bluff St., near College. mh25-9' LEbSTHAN VALUE'OFGKOUND: RIGHT In tbe city on nice nived street: G7K feet front by 122 deep to alley isnade trees and lanniex ccllent brick house: six rooms, vestibule, hall, finished attic, cemented cellar, rood surround ings, growing locality, convenient to cable; owner leaving city and Instructs sale to be made to first actual buyer: price asked, fi 500; a bar gain: surplus ground may be profitably utilized by the erection of two front and four rear build ings. Now open to inspection. (1-3-2)) CHARLES SOMLRS A CO. apl-22-WFSIl OQ 300-BhDFORD AV. A SHOKT DIS (J305 TANCE above Fulton st : two-story and mansard brick dwelling, seven rooms, pantry, washhouse, both gases, good sewerage, inside w. c: terms. !1. 000 cash, bal. five years. J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond st. inliJl-4 East End Residences. HOUSE FOR SALE OR RENT-IMMEDIATE possession: an elegant new house of 12 rooms, all modern requirements, beautiful con servatory adjoining reception hall, ample porches and balconies and large lot; sheltered, southeast exposure, commanding finest view of East Liberty Valley. CHAS. SHIELDS, Dith ridgest., near Center av., or County Engineers' office. mh2B-43 Qi OOO CASH EAST END. ELEGANT o)7 home seven rooms, reception halt, bath, inside w. c. nat. gas, electric light and bells, front and rear porches, grained and frescoed; lot corners on two good streets In Wllklnsburg, two minutes irom electric line; only 1500: we have many other houses In same town from .500 up Io $12,000 for foil to choose from. MAG A V 4 GOFF, Liin., 143 Fourth av. Tel. 1267. apl-W-1,3.5,7,9' 800-SI.500 CASH. BALANCE VERY 9 easy. G rooms and attic frame, with bath. hot and cold water, laundry, stationary tubs, vestibule, hall, slate mantels, china closets, wired for electric lights, healer In cellar, range, good dry cellar: house Is new and complete and a fine bargain: lot 40xli7. See S. A. DICKIE CO., Penn and Shadj ays., E. E. S05. ap2-93" QA OOO -FOR A NICE S-ROOM FRAME Ott9 honse. with large hall, front and back stairs, two porches, city water, nat. gas: honse nicely papered and In good order; lot 35x120. S. A. DICKIE & CO., Penn and Shady avs E. E. 12G4. ap2-!C 9 -ROOM FRAME HOUSE-CENTRALLY LO CATED In excellent neighborhood; very handy to two cable lines and P. It. -I.: has all modern Improvements; good dry cellar; 6ewered street; lot 20x120. S. A. DICKIE & CO., Venn and Shady avs.. E. E. 1G34. apl-W Hazelwood Residences. HAZELWOOD-2-STORY FRAME DWELL ING of 7 rooms, bath, hall, laundry, hard wood finish, newly papered and palnted.nat. gas. h. and c water. Inside w. c. sewered, etc. : lot 0x120 feet; 2 minutes' walk from Hazelwood sta tion and Second Avenue Electric Railway: price, 6,800; terms reasonable. 1RAM. EUHCHFIELD, 138 Fourth av. ial3-30 FOR SALE LOTS. East End Lots. FAHNESTOCK PLACE LOTS AT HOME WOOD: cheapest and best In East End. LIGGETT BROS., 71 Diamond st. mh29-86 F AHNESTOUK TLACE LOIS. LIGGETT mll29-86 BROS., 71 Diamond st. F iORSALE-ON EDWIN ST. NEAR HIGH- LAN U av. and Alder St.. East End. lot 20 or more feet front by 120 feet deep to an alley; GO per front foot; these are the best lots In the East End for the money. See W. A. HF.RRON & SONS, 80 Fourth av. ap3-73-Tur FOR SALE TWO LOTS FOR S400 (FOR BOTH) on Halket st.. near Craft av.. Oakland. (108). See W. A. UERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth av. apl-12-1.3,7 J' OT-5IX123 IN CENTRAL LOCATION OF J East End, within one minute of Fifth av. cable line: price reduced -and one of the cheapest lots In the East End. S. A. DICKIE A CO.. Penn ana auaayavs., x.. ji. ia. ap2-93 Suburban Lots. CHEAP BUILDING LOTS IN NORTH Homestead, lour on West Whipple st., 60x120 each, for (300 each: HO down, balance monthly, if desired. J. C. KEILLY, 77 Diamond street. mh31-i J' OTS-SKVERAL BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED Jt lots in Orafton, various sizes, at very low prices, on easy terms. J. R. MURPHY', opposite railway station. ap3-3 SUBURBAN PROPERTY THE LARGEST lots, the lowest prices and the ctslcst and best terms In the county at Sheraden, 15 minutes from Union station: see Sheraden before you buy else where. ANDREW PA1TER30N, Secretary, 13 Fifth av. fe27-72-I' Farms. FARM AT AUCTION-THE 50-ACRE FARM of the late O. P. Henderson, Harmar town ship; near Denny station. West Penn Railroad, will be sold by order of Orphans' Court, Satur day. April 11. at 10 o'clock. A. LEGGATE A SON, auctioneers, 108 Fourth av. mh3l-6 TJTARM-250 ACRES LAND UNDER HIGH X7 state of cultivation; extra fine for stock, grain or fruit; fine house, barn and water; near a growing, prosperous town; West Penn R. K. : SCO per acre. ED W1TT1SH, 410 Grant St., Pittsburg. apl-D FARM-OF 100 ACRES. UNDERLINED WITH coal In Baldwin townshin: six miles from cltv; the property of Alex Lo'ng. deceased. In quire or W. A. LEWIS. Attorney, Pittsburg, or GEO. BRAWDY, Snarpsburg. ap3-7S F INE FARM FOR SALE-EASY PAYMENTS or exchange: about 100 acres rich and level as a floor, eight-room, good house, ham and other buildings: fine orchard, 40 kinds of apples; lime stone land; coal under all: will sell implements und stock also: three miles from Beaver Falls: one of the best farms In county: price $3,000. If you want a farm send lor Biggest" farm and ex change list. N. F. HURST, Real Estate Agent, Rochester, Pa. apl-sr Atlantic City. ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.-RENT OR SALE Hotels, cottages and bath houses: lots for sale in all parts ot the city; also South Atlantic Oily. ISRAEL G. ADAMS A CO.. Real Estate Agents. Real Estate and Law Building. fe6-94 Miscellaneous. BAR HARBOR. M K.-FOR SALE. OR WILL rent fully lurnished for tbe season, the well known residence. Chatwold." standing In Its own grounds of 30 acres; one of tho finest prop erties ever offered at any uf the East Coast water lngplaces: has water front and magnificent lawn ana shade; ample accommodation lor horses and carriages. Full particulars from E. II. LUDLOW & CO., 47 Liberty St., New York ( lty. mh25-89-28.31ap3.7.12 FOR SALE BUSINESS. Business Opportunities. BUSINESS OPPORTUN1TY-AN INTEREST In one of the best fire brickworks in the roke region: good works and an abundance or good fireclay. Address LOCK BOX 785, Connellsvllle, Pa. ap3-U7 COMMISSION BUS1NESS-WH1CH IS NOW paying the owner Si. 000 per annum. and which Is Increasing, will be sold: owner wishes to change climate. Address BUSINESS, Dlspateli office mh'JO-60-Mwr' GENERAL STORE-LOCATED IN A PRO GRESSIVE town not far from Plttslinrg. doing a nourishing business: satlstactory reasons for selling: a splendid opportunity to step Into an established buslues,. Address PROGRESS. Dis patch office. ap2-63 GROCERY STORE-MC0: SAt.ES .TOO PER week; others .i0O to 5 5, 010: general stores, feedstores, drugstores, cigar stores. bakerlec.res taurants, milk depot, meat market, 2U0. PERC1 VAL JB CHAPMAN, 439 Grant St. ap3-!9 INTEREST-CHEAP-ONE-THIRD, nALF OR whole Interest In a recent patent on family Bible cabinet: this Is a good investment. Address X. L., Dispatch office, up3-5 RESTAURANTFINELY LOCATED. S1.80O: butcher shop, planing mill and lumber yard, with annual business of tl"-'. 000, on easv terms: shoestore, tlnshop, grocery stores, 50o to 5,000; bakeries, rlgar stores, drug stores, milk depots. SHEPARD & CO.. 151 Fourth av. le25- ROUTE I2 PROFIT: MORNING PAPER route. For Information address ROUTE, Dispatch office. mha-117 Business Properties. HOTEl,-A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL, TWO miles from Akron and one mile from Cuya hoga Falls, doing a large business: will sell cheap for cash. For particulars address J. C. DJSW1TT, Akron, o. ap3-62 J?OR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, Etc BAROUCHE-ONEONE-HORSE BAROUCHE, two-seated: Rusk make. Pittsburg. Apply or address M. W. SIDDEL, Tareutum, Pa. ap3-86 BLACK PONY OR SMALL HORSE-ABOUT 14 hands high: quiet, gentle and a good looker: can be driven by any woman or child; also, village wagon, harness, saddle and bridle. Can be seen at NO. 3944 FIFTH AV. ap3-17 HORSE3-A FIRST-CLASS LOT OF KEN TUCKY saddle and driving horses at MC COY'S hALE STABLE, 61 Duquesne way, city. ap2-37 Miscellaneous. Jli SIEMAN-LUNGKEN GAS LAMPS-TWO J heating stoves. Address 619 PENN AV. mb28-6G Slachmery and aictals. HOISTING ENGINES. DERRICKS AND derrick forglngs, steel hoisting and guy ropes in stock: stationary engines and boilers, shears, clay and ore pans. etc. THOMAS CAK LIN'SSONS, Lacock and. Sandusky streets, Alle gheny, Pa. au5-33-itwi" SECOND-HAND -ENGINE AND BOILERS One 14x24. two 12x18, one 11x24, one 10x20, one 10x16, 9x12, 8x12 and large lot of smaller sizes; 1C-H. P. mounted portables, one pair or boilers 42x26: agent for the Standard governor, pumps, shafting, pulleys, etc 23 and 25 Park Way, Alle gheny. Pa. J. S. YOUNG. icC-D SECOND-HAND ENGINES-ONE 27 H. P. Ball pat. electric light engine, almost new; one 8x8, one 7x7, one 5x6, vertical engines: one heavy 14x24. one 11x12, 3 8x12 and 27x12. In hori zontal engines: all good as new. HARM ES MA CHINE DEPOT, 9S First av Pittsburg, Pa. Ja30-D' THE CELEBRATED ACME AUTOMATIC safety engines and non-explosive boilers, for gas or oil fuel, from one to live-horse power; also, the latest Improved ventilating fans: perfect satisfaction guaranteed; by J. i'RAOER. Gen eral Agent, No. 4 Firth av., Pittsburg. Pa. Iel5-Iil)-UWF PKRSONAi. PERSONAL-CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD and silver: Jewelry repaired: new work made to order. CliRfs. II AUC1L 541 Smithttela st. JjlS-Sl PEKSONAL-REAL ESTATE AND INSUR ANCE. MYEK GALLINGER, Yoder law building, cor. Filth and Wylle avs. Telephone 1707. mhS-143 PERSONAL IE THE LADY THAT BOUGHT Falrchlld's pepsin will call 113 Federal she will hear something to her advantage. G. EIEN BEIS. ap3-63 PERSONAL-INFORMATION WANTED OF one William McNally, who was in Pittsburg last fall. Address MARY MCLONVILLE, Home stead, Pa. ap3-G7 PERSONAL WEBSTER'S LARGE QUARTO Dictionary, S2 CO; special bargains lu otdand new books during this mouth. FRANK BACON &CO.. 301 Smithfield st. mhI2 PERSONAL-FINE BOOKS-WE HAVETHE finest collection of finely illustrated books in Pittsburg: beautiful bindings; lowprlccs;come and see them: hundreds of books for presents. LEVI'S BOOK STOKE. 900 Liberty SL del2 PEHSONAL-ALL PERSONS USING ARTI FICIAL, eyes should bny them from the CHESSMANOPTlCALCOMPANY.No. 42 Fed eral st., Allegheny; they ctrrr the largest line of the best material and guarantre them tor one year; the onlv house In tbe United States that inskes this offer. ap2-92-ThFsn FOUND. FOUND-PERFECT COMFORT IN HEADING, by having my eyes thoroughly cxamlued and a pair of tbe cclchiatedfl crjstal specs adjusted by the experts or the CHESSMAN OPTICAL COMPANY, No. 42Federal St., Allegheny. ap2-92-TliFSu FOUND-A LARGE LOT Or WINTER clothing belonging to residents or this city was found hanging in the rooms occupied by DICKSON, the tailor, 65 Filth ave., upstairs, altered, cleaned and repaired; the owners should call for them, as Dickson requires the room. nol3-D NOTICES. Office or ! TREASURER ALLEGHENY COUNTY, April I, 189L NOTICE. IN PURSUANCE OF THE TWENTY FIRST section of an act relating to Alle gheny county, approved the 1st day of May, 1861, and of the 'amendment of tbe said sec tion, approved tbe 30th day of March, A. D. I860. I do hereby Give notice that tho dupli cates for the several wards, boroughs and townships will be open, and i will be prepared to receive the county, Qtate and poor taxes for tbe year 1831 on and after tbe FIRST DAY OF MAY. 1E91. Said taxes can be paid at this office until the FIRST DAY OF AUGUST, with a deduction of o per cent for prompt pay ment to all persons paying the whole amount of these taxes. There will be no reduction allowed during tbe month of August. There will be 10 per cent added to all taxes remaining unpaid on the 1st day of September, 1891. JOHN A. HELL, Treasurer of Allegheny Connty. m!i31-12-D OFFICIAL PITTSBURG. OFFICE OF THE CITT '1 REASOREK, Municipal Hall, Smithfield St. t VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ALL ll owners (whether resident or non-resident of the city of x'ittsbiirg) of drays, carts, wagons, carriages, buggies, etc. to pay their licenses at this office forthwith. All licenses not paid on or before tbe first Monday in March, 1891. will be placed in tbe hands of vehicle officer for collection, subject to collection fee of SO cents on each license. And all persons neglecting to pay on or before first Monday in May, 1891, will be subject to a penalty double the amount of the licenses, to be recovered before tbe proper legal authority of said city. The old metal plates of last year must be returned at the time licenses are taken ont, or 25 cents additional will be charged on the license. Rates of license: Each one-horse vehicle, 6; each two-horse vehicle, $10; each four-horso vehicle, J12; each four-horse hack, 15; omnl busses and timber nheeli. drawn by two horses, J10. One extra dollar will be charged for each ad ditional horse used in above specified vehicles. J. F. DENNISTON. fe6-51.p City Treasurer. DIVIDEND. First National Bank of Pittsburg, Pa.. PittsbB BO. March .11. 1891. TMVIDEND THE DIRECTORS OF THIS I banli have this day declared a quarterly dividend of TWO PER CENT on the capital stock, payable on demand free of tax. apl-07 J. D. SCULLY, Cashier. Central Bank, Pittsburg. Pa., i March 31, 1891. DIVIDEND THE EOARD OF DIRECT ORS of this bank have this dav declared a quarterly dividend of ONE AND ONE HALF (IK) PER CENT, payable forthwith at the banking house. No. 47 Fifth av. apl-97 C. C. DAVIS. Cashier. DIVIDEND THE BOARD OF DIRECT ORS ot the Tuna Oil Company nave thl3 day declared a dividend of FOUR (4) PER CENT payable on and after April 6 next at tbe office of the company. No. 67 Fourth avenue. G. W. COCHRANE, Secretary and Treasurer. March 20. 1891. apl 90-mwf LEGAL NOTICES. J. J. SIEBENECK ATTORNEY, NO. 1 WYL1E AVE., Estate of Mathias Fire, deceased. EXECUTRIX NOTICE NOTICE IS hereby given that letters testamentary on mo estate of Mathias Fire, late of the city of Pittsburg, county of Allegheny, and Mate of Pennsylvania, deceased, bave been granted to the undersigned, to whom all persons indebted to said estate are required to make iirmedlato payment, and those having claims or demands against tbe same will makn them known, with out delay, to CATHARINE FIRE, Executrix, No. fill Fifth avenue, Pittsburg. Makcii 2G, 1S9L mh27-C3-F F. R. STONER, Attorney at Law, No. 110 Diamond street. VTOTICE APPLICATION WILL BE JLl mado to tho Governor of Pennsylvania, on tbe 20th DAY OF APRIL, 1891, bv Bryant II. Blood, William S. Hoskius, U. Lee Harring ton, Harry N. Gaitber and Frank R. Stoner. under the act of Assembly entitled: "An act to provide for the incorporation and regulation of certain corporations." approved April 19, 1874, and tbe supplements thereto, for the chatter of an intended corporation, to be called the "Penn sylvania Guarantee Loan Company, the char acter and object of which is the insurance or otvnors of real estate, mortgagees and others interested in real estate, from loss by reason of defective titles. Hens and Incumbrances at Pittsburg, Pa., and for tbese purposes to bave and enjoy all the rights, benefits and privileges of said act of Assembly and the supplements thereto. F. R. STONER, inh27-40-F .Solicitor for Applicants. ROOMS TO LET For offices and lodging, eligibly situated, at 129 and 131 Fourth Avenue, Opposite the New Postoffice. CHARLES SOMERS &. CO., 129 FOURTH AVENUE. apS-23 McNAUGHEE & CO., Contractors for Paving Sidewalks With Cement, Brick and Fire Brick, Concreting Cellars, 110 FEDERAL ST.. ALLEGHENY. PA Curbstone furnished and set. fe-5S-D N. P. HiNDMAN. AGENT Carbon Iron and Pipe Company's CAST IRON PIPE For pas and water. No. 35 Fifth av.. Pltts burg. Pa. Telephone 329. apJJ-1 N. P. HYNDMAN, AGENT Hazard manufacturing Companj's WIRE ROPE. N". Hi Fifth av., Pittsburg, Pa. Telephone 33. ap3-l $500 TO $500,000 To loan on mortgages, cityorcountrvnrnperty. at jowesi rates. JA3ic,o w. ifUArr, a CO- SIS Wood St., Pittsburg. Telephone No. 975. ap3-70 Kast End Itesldenrp. TO LET-NEW BRICK HOUSE (NO. 7210 Financial st.) or seven rooms and bath, electric bell, slate mantels, range, nat. gas. laun dry cellar, with hot and cold water: modern con veniences; two minutes from Homewnod station: 125 per mo. tee JOHN A. HAKBAUGH, No. 512 Homewooil av.. East End. or W. A. H EUROS" t SONS, 60 Fourth av. ap3-25-3IWFt Allegheny Residences. XfO. 6SK1RKPATKICK AV.. ALLEGHENYr Li six rooms, w. c.. both gases, etc. W. W. MCNEILL, 152 Fourth av. reh3I-9t TO LET-nANDsOJIE HOUSE8 ROOMS. BE SIDES laundry, balh, pantry, modern im provements; in first-class order: No. 1 Arch St.: one or the most central and desirable parts of Al legheny. See W. A. HERRON jtSONS. 80 Fonrth av. ap3-73-TuFt -IQO K1DGE A V.. ALLEGHKNY NICE JlO i brick, eight rooms, bath, pantry, range, rases: rood rcll.ir: rent 470. A. LEGGATE & SON, 103 Fonrlli av. ap3-20t Suburban Residences. WILDWOOD STATION. A. V. R. R.. ONE mile from city line inousc9rooms.l5 per month: 2 honses 5 rooms, S per month; 1 house 5 rooms. ?6 per month: I house 9 room $20 per month: farm 75 acres, JS5 per month: good board walk lrom station to each house, natural gas and spring water. T. S. KNAP, 3313 Penn av. mhl2-19t NICELY-FURNISHED FRONT KOOM-WITH private ramy, to two gentlemen: both gase3: use orbath; Bonnet near Atwood St.. Oak laud. Address L. K., Dispatch office. ap3-84t Offices. Desk Itoom. tc DESK AND OFFICE ROOM ON FIRST floor, at 313 Wood sU. adjoining Fonrth av. JAS. "A. DRAPB&CO., 313 Wood St. ,ip!-Ut OFFICES-TWO NICELY FINISHED CON Nr.CTlNU offices on second floor with all conveniences. Liberty st.. near Union station: also third floor of same building for office use: low rent. J. Ii REILLY. 77 Diamond St. inb31-t TO LET ALLEGHENY" OFF1CES-J16 PER month: large, well lighted: owner furnishes heat; on the second story of the now Sterrlt build ing, corner of Ohio and West Diamond sts.: send for list. W. A. HEREON & SONS, 8C Fonrth av. ap3-72-Turt ltusiness Stands. IT1LEGANT STOREROOM WITH PLATE !i glass front, 2S7 Ohio st. ; good business loca tion. Aoply to J. H. AIKEN & CO., too Filth av. mh21-:6-Df FLOOR-40X40. WITH OR WITHOUT FOWEI!, suitable for light manufacturing. Inquire of PEARL LAUNDRY, 25 Federal St.. Pittsburg. mhl3-t:t REMOVALS. C. H. DIETRICH, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Leather and Shoe Findings, Has removed to mhl8-69-MWF 970 Liberty Street. H. L. CHILDS & CO. Mill Supplies, EuDber Goods, Belting, etc.. Have removed to 102 WATER ST. i mu27-76-MWF W. J. EAST, Architect, Has removed from Federal SL, Allegheny, to office located In WESTINGHOUSE BUILDING. mh4-42-MWF PiTTSBUno, 1-m. GEORGE KAPPEL, THE MUSIC DEALER, Has removed to his new granite building, 634 SMITHFIELD ST.. mbl6-7-M'WT ROSS W. BLACK, BARBER SUPPLY HOUSE, Has removed to 712 PENN AVENTJr next to Penn Bnilding. Razors ground and honed. Shaving materials furnished at lowest price. mh27-77-MWF NOVELTY CANDY CO., Lim. We beg to inform our customers and all jobbers in candies that we bave removed to our new factory. No. 64 Second av., and with our increased facilities and improved machinery, we aro now prepared to fill all orders promptly. mh29-131-3ttVF. THE UNION INSURANCE CO. Hae removed to Nos. 168 and 170 FOURTH AV. ("SL Nicholas EuIIdlngr.") J. W. J. M'l.AIN, Secretary. mh?7.7S-MWF IRIEIMIO'V.A.jL,. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., Real Estate, Mortgages, eta, Have removed to tbe commodious room. 313 Wood st., Adjoining Fourth arenne. aD2-99 CHARLESSORSERS S CO., REAL ESTATE BROKERS, HAVE REMOVED FROM NO. 313 WOOD ST., To No. 129 Fourth Ave., Opposite New Postoffice. rr apl-2 R. C. MILLER, House and Sign Painter, Has removed from 73 SIXTH AVENUE, . -TO- 526 GRANT STREET, Between Fifth and Webster avenues. Special attention eivento the handling of plate glass, cutting and drilling. Repairing windows, skv lights, etc. House painting ana plazing in all its branches. ocl9-SJ-D NOTICE. Offick of Germakia Savings Bank, J Fittsbueg, March 12. 1S91. OWING TO THE LATE FIRE In tbe build In" of this bank wo bave taken temporary quarters in the offices lately occu pied by the National Bank of Commerce In tho Floyd block, corner Wooa St. and Sixth av. No loss or injury was sustained in anv of the books and valuable papers of the bank. We are therefore ready for our customary business at tbe above place, where we shall be pleased to meet tbo patrons of tho bank. C. 3IEYRAN, CHARLES SEIBERT. President. Secretary. mh!4-lS-D READY FOR BUSINESS. Wo have secured possession of the two largo and substantial buildinzs. Nn. 45 and IS Sev enth avenue, opposite New Urant street, ana witb a complete stock of new goods respect- luiijr auiiwb buu jiatfuiiaB ui tut? RETAIL DRUG TRADE. In addition to tho goods formerly carried in stock we have added a full line of DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES. This department will bo nnder tho care of MR. CHARLES BAli.ST, who will be glad to meet bis former friends and customers and to serve them acceptably. NO GOODS AT RETAIL. L H. HARRIS DRUG CO., NOS. 48 AND 4S SEVENTH AVENUE. PITTSBURG. PA. apl-3-D iidtjcation.il. St, John's Military School, MANLIUS. N. Y. SUMMER SCHOOL, Kt. Kev. F, D. 11UNT1NUTON. S. T. D., Presi dent. Apply toLt. Col. WiL VKRITISCK. Supt. mhl-ws-itw MARION PLACE PLAN, Twanty-third Ward, City, LOTS $350 EACH. $5 DOWNANO $1 PER WEEK will buy yon a lot. size 2Sxl4, in this popular plan, which la only 8 minutes' rido from the city; convenient to mills, churches, schools, stores, etc.; nearly COO lots sold in the last IS months. ITo 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 INVESTMENT! Tho BUILDING, with its FURNITURE, situ. ate at tbe corner of Walnut and Main sts., in the city of Johnstown, well and widely known as the CAMBRIA CLUBHOUSE IS OFFERED FOE S-A-ULIE At a reasonable price and terms to suit tha purchaser. It contains 63 rooms and is fully appointed and well arranged for a general ho tel bnIness. Apply to mh26-78 JAMES MCMILLAN. t SPLENDID OFFICE ROOM TO LET, Second floor 517 WOOD ST.. few doors from Fifth ave. Largs Space, Fine Light. Private Entrance Rout Very Low. INQUIRE YILLM H. ALLEN, 517 Wood Street, or W. A. IIERROX & S0.S. apl-D I. 1 1 PROFITABLE. An elegant East End property comprising an entire square, f routine on thren choice streets and extending to alley: A BEAUTIFUL PLOI OF LEVEL UROUND. all in fruit, shade and vines; commodious and complete honse of 12 rooms, supplied with every convenience; larza stable, poultry house, etc.: one square of Du queiie electric cirs; A PROPERTY THAT WILL SUPPLY every requisite of a suburban borne: au investment that will yield bandsomo profits now. ir a trreat outcome In tbn future. WELL WORTHY OF ATTENTION at price named, $.10,000. Terms to suit purchaser. If not sold previous to April 15 will rent to ac ceptable tenant. Call on us for card of intro duction to owner. 2-11-7.3. apl-21 CHARLES SOMERS 4 CO. BLUE GRASS STOCK FARM! Three hours from Pittsburc, near postofflce, stores, chnrcbes, graded schools and railroad. Livinc water and shade in every lot. No billy or waste land. CHARLES SOMERS k CO., 129 FOURTH AVE. an3-2 F lOR SALE- EAST END PROPERTY. MURRY & BDSALL, mh23-91 Prl FIDELITY BUILDING. PROPOSALS. w EST VIRGINIA LMPHOVEJIENI COMPANY. Chief Esoineer's Office. WESTON-, W. Va March C.', 1KJL f NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals will be received at this ofllee until 12 o'cIocU noon. April tbe 11th, lt9I, forthesradincof 13 miles of the Gauley River Division of tbe West Virsima ana Pitts burg R. R. Co. Profile anu statement of quan tities can be seen at this office. The work is comparatively heavy. Company reserves the ricbr to reject any and all bids. Contractors will be required to furnish tbe bet of refer ences. J. A. FILIONGER, apl-69 Chief Engineer. EKFERSONVILL.E. IND.. APRIL 3. 1831. Sealed proposals, in triplicate, subject to usual conditions, will be received here until 11 o'clock A. 31. (central standard time) Monday, the 4th day of .May. 1S9L for furnishing at tho Quartermaster's Depot here various article? off quartermaster's stores, such a3 stationery.ofnco. furniture, ranges, galvanized ash barrels and feed boxes, cocoa mattine. borse blankets, band carts, escort wagons, blacksmiths, wheel wrights, saddlers, painters' and miscellaneous tools; hardware, rubber hose, lawn mowers, mowing machines, paulins, wa;nn parts, coffins, horse ami mule collars, horsehoe nails, borse and mule slices, axle grease, rope, iron, paints, "U. range castimrs, etc. Preference will bo given to articles of domestic produc tion and manufacture, conditions of quality and price (including in tho price of foreign pro ductions and manufacturer tbe duty thereon) being equal. Government reserves rizht to reject any or all proposals and to accept tha whole or anv part of the supplies bid for. All information furnished on application to this office. Envelopes containing proposals should be marked "PropoaIs for Q- M. Stores" and addressed to Colonel iiiv.Mii: C. HODGES, AUtant Quartermaster General, U. S. Army. Depot Quartermaster. ap3-l3,L5.6lg).30 TENDERSFORCOAL THE CONSUMERS' GAS CO. ot Toronto, Ont., will receive tenders until noon on FRIDAY, the 10:h dav of April next, for the supply of 29,000 TONS OF COAL, as follows: Twenty-four Thousand Tons (of 2.000 lbs) of Yonghlogheny or Westmore land lump gas coal, to be screened over a one and one-half Inch screen, tn be delivered m about eaual monthly quantities between May 1 and November 30 next, and FIVE TIIOUSAJTD TONS tat iMO Ibsl st grate size, screened Antbracita coal, to be delivered in about equal monthly quantities, oetween juay i anu nepiemuer ou next. Tenders will be received for delivery by ves sel, at the wharf at Toronto, ex-harbor dues, or on the cars at the Suspension or Interna tional Bridge. The kind ot coal offered must be specified Payments to be accented at tho Gas Com pany's weights. Payments to be made at To ronto one month after delivery. Contractor! to prepay all railway charges to the bridges. Tenders to state specifically what difference, , if any, will be made in the price provided tha Company only accepts a portion of tbe abova quantities. Tenders to be addressed to the President. Security to be given for the fulfillment of tha contract it required. No tender neeessarilv accepted. W. H. PEARSON. General Manager and Sec TOROKTO. March 20. 1S91. mh-."9-C3CHr3.7 KE!OKTS. mttE CHALFONTE 1 ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. On tbe beach, witb unsurp-isscd ocean view; Halt water baths in the honse. Send for circular. fel-80-n E. ROBERTS fc SONS. H ADDON HALL. ATLANTIC CITY. N. J- Nov open Hot and Cold Sea Water Baths In tba Houia,; reMI LEEDS4IiIPPINCOXTi' ,1 4 .-iiaiix , :.X.?iilA,i... ..-a.. .