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THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 189L
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READY FOR THE FEES.
Pittsbnrj; Satoou lvt-cpers' Bonds Ap
proyed and Licenses Ready.
HOMESTEAD AFPLICAKTS HEARD.
Bates' Historj Flashed Upoa a Han Who
Brajjjed of His Kccord.
ALL THE KKWS OP THE CODKTI CODKTS
The licenses for the lucky applicants irom
Pittsburg have been prepared, and many of
them were taken cut yesterday. Judge
Magee is doing rapid work in the matter of
examining and approving the bonds of the
successful applicants. He had almost fin
ished all the Pittsburg wards last evening,
and it is expected that the Pittsbdrg appli
cants will all be able to get their licenses to
day. Clerk McGuutiegle last evening had
finished making out the licenses for the
first 2! wards of Pittsburg, and they are.
ready tor the applicants. There were but
few bonds rejected, and they were for ir
regularities in the document!. Ko bonds
men have to far been refused, and Judge
Ma gee said thai the class of bondsmen this
year is better than last year.
.Yesterday's session of the License Court
was marked lor the manner in which Judge
JIagee went after the applicants, in which
he was ably assisted by Judge White.
Judge Magec seemed determined to give
Judge Wnite a little rest from asking ques
tions, but the latter helped along consider
ably by squeezing in questions that made
many applicants squirm. The Homestead
dealers were given quite a lively deal, and
some of them had to face things that they
thought were hidden secret.
Scorclitns nomesfad Applicants.
Joseph Ackerman, 87 and 89 Bridge
street, Etna borough, was the first applicant
of the day. He was given a severe exami
nation. George A. Uechtold, Butler plank
road, was told that he turned people away
from bis house who wanted meals. This nas
denied. Frank Galla, 232 Butler street, had a
license ana trusted some, but piomised to re
Jorin. August D. Krous, old pike and Butler
llank road, had a wholesale and retail applica
tion in, and withdrew the former. Jlathew
Mato. 129 Washington street, was a beer
wacon dnTer. L.Nicholas, Frceport and But
ler plank roads, runs the Union lintel and had
a good record. Joseph Reedy, Bdtler plank
road, was refused for two years. Charles F.
fctoll. Bridge street, had a license and was ac
cused of having a high time when his daughter
w.i". married, but this was denied.
Green Tree borough had two applicants
Jacob fetrectenberger. who has had no license,
and Jacob iselfeit, vibo failed to appear.
Homestead was next on the list. Theodore
Bell. 220 Kiglith avenue, has had a license and
oleed the law. John P. Casey, corner of
Amity street and Pemickev road, keeps a pea
:.ut stand. A. Dugan. Fttth avenne, has a
license, runs a hotel and claimed that he obeyed
the law. William Knvearr, bixtn aver.ne, is a
steel worker and new to the liquor business,
that i as a dealer. William H. Furlong, 133
and LIT fcixth avenue, bad a license and cut
through with but lew questions. Gustv
Gctsel, 129 Fourth avenue, gave his receipts as
$20 per day.
Keeps Posted on the News.
Richard Holt. 231 Sixth avenue, was refused
for two J ears, aud has been doing nothing but
reading the papers. The applicant denied that
there was any gambling about his place or any
' liquor sold there.
George Jeffieys, S21 Fourth avenue, bad a
wholesale license last year and got into trouble
with the Court over the fact that he got a
license last year for a house that was not yet
built.
Tajlor Lloyd. Fourth avenue and Amity
street, bad a n holesale license and was con
victed dunntr the vear of selling to minors.
Judge White got after tbe applicant as to bis
moral character, but tbe applicant said that
his moral character was good.
Judee White Were you in the war?
Mr. Llovd Yes, sir, six or eight months.
Judge White How did you get outT
Mr. Lloyd I got out all right: wasn't
wouudea aud never was engaged iu a battle.
Judge White Oh. I don't mean that. Do
you Know of Bates' lnstorj?
Mr. Llod Yes sir; I read that.
Judge White Well, that record says that
you were a deserter and that record is amoog
tbe archives at Harrisburg.
Mr. Llojd Well, that's about right. I was
only a bo IT j ears old then.
Judge White These questions came of your
having bragged about being in tbe war.
George Liebler. Sixth avenue, bas had no
license and has been running a restaurant. He
admitted getting a little Deer occasionally, but
did not give any of it anaj.
Doesn't Care for the Neighbors.
John W. O'Brien, 207 and 209 Sixth avenue,
got into trouble with Judge White over tbe
sue of his bouse,also as to the number of meals
furnished. Judge A'hite remarked that the
applicant's neighbors had a very different opin
ion ol his houe than was given by him, to
which Mr. O'Brien replied that he couldn't
help what tbe neighbors thought. He was
swearing to the truth.
Judge hue Do you know of the Excelsior
Club?
Mr. O'Brien No. sir; I do not.
Judge White What club do you belong to?
Mr. O'Brien The Randall Club of Pitts
burg. Judge White Oh, I mean what club un there.
.Mr. O'Brien I did belong to the Lilts-Club,
but quit them last August.
Judge White What kind of a club was it?
.Air. O'Brien A social club.
Judge White They got beer?
Jir. O'Brien Yes, sir.
Judge White Also some gambling?
Mr. O'Brien Never that 1 know of.
Judge White and the applicant got into a
snarl nver the gambling question, but tbe ap
plicant was straightforward in all his replies
and ref used to allow the Court to make him say
things he didn't want to. Mr. Christy went
after the applicant on bis drinking capacity,
and while he admitted to taking an occasional
drinx. he denied drlnkiug too much. Mrs.
Charles Peters was called by Mr. Christy, but
her testimony wa, contrary to expectation,
very favorable to the applicant.
Anton L. Quick, 117 Eighth avenue, has had
a license, and got through all right.
Connected With h Tragedy.
John F. Sehmitt, Sixth avenue and Amity
street, was the man whese jewelry store was
robbed by Fitzsimmon. and over which Detec
tive Gilkinson lost his life. Mr. Schmltt got a.
license last year, but transferred it, a thing
i Mrb the Court did not like.
S. A. fchaw. hixtb avenue, had a license and a
restaurant. Fred Trauttnan, Eighth avenue,
also had a license, and denied that there was
any tambnag in his house. A chnrch choir
occasionally practiced there. Vincent
Wa'elefskj,2C3 Sixth avenue, has no license
and runs a pool room:
Hobeet A tkinson, corner of Amltv street and
Pittsburg, Virginia and Charleston Railroad,
admitted to having an occasional lease on his
house. George V. Byers, bOl Dickson street,
is a barkeeper, ana denied drinking too much
himself. Abraham Baile. corner of Eighth
street and AlcClure street.
Judge White You used to have a saloon in
Hell's Half Acre?
.Mr. Bailey Yes. sir; tonr years ago.
Judge White Yes; and you were one of the
men w bo made it Hell's Half Acre.
Jane Connelly. Heisel street, had a defective
petition and the Court refused to hear her.
'1 nomas Connelly. Heisel street, admitted that
ills application had been amended last week,
g'vinc the location of his house. Judge White
tiled that this was wrong, and no one had a
right to change an application without permis
sl"n ot the Court. The Court giew angry over
this and Mused to hear the applicant." Pat
rick Dutli, corner of Heisel street ard Fifth
-enue. Is a cripple who is nuable to do any
work. .Mr. Duffy denied most emphatically
Jl.at be got any beer at his hoase or ran
freak-eas.
(an't Earn Ecoush Money.
John Donahue, corner of Dlcl.on street and
Fifth avenue, has not had a license under tbe
Brooks law. The applicant works in Carnegie's
mill and makes II 10 per day, on whicfc he has J
iu tf a. unnir oi seven persons, it. p.
Evans, corner of Dickson and Sixth streets,
wants a license for the Central Hotel,
which contains 21 rooms. He kept the place
going during the past year, but found tnat a
temperance hotel wouldn't pay. The applicant
was accuseu by the Court of having played
poker occasionally, bat this was denied by Mr.
Evans, whs stated that he never played a game
,l poker tn his life. Thomas Gregory. Fourth
avenne, was another man with a defective pe
tition. John Gallagher, corner of Sixth and
McClure avenues, bad a license and a "ood
record. George Hantz, corner of Heiiel street
and P.. V. 4 C. R. R.. is a resident of Greens,
burg. He thought that he would know how to
ruu a bote! 28 he bas been boarding in then! fur
the past IS tears.
Mrs. E. Lewis, City Farm lane, is a widow
.who denied that she had ever been prosecuted,
bat her husband was. Martin Liccy, corner of
Fourth avenue and Dickson street, denied that
bis place was ever raided. He was prosecuted
about four years ago. but was cleared of the
charge. Michael Lacey. Heisel street, has not
had a license during the Brooks law. Gottlieb
Lelsseger, 610 Dickson street, bas had a license
and obeyed the law. Samuel Morkowltr, cor
ner of Heisel street and Perulckey R. R., bas
hii in thA rrarerv stare. Judrre Maireo sug-
r,cmA th, iMMn ctcirA wnnlri he of more
benefit to the neighborhood than a saloon.'
Forty-three cases were msposea oi yesieraay.
THE C0TJHTY MUST PAY.
A Verdict Against tho Controller on a Salt
for Interest.
The suit of W. G. Stewart, administrator of
lire. Drnsilla McWha, against Allegheny
county, was tried yesterday before Judge
Ewmg. Mrs. McWhawas the mother-in-law
of Van Baker, the West Virginia murderer,
who was sentenced to life imprisonment for
killing his wife and Mrs. McWha. The latter
was tbe owner of 19,000 worth of Allegheny
county compromise bonds bearing 5 per cent
interest. The bonds were mlislng for a time
after Mrs. McWha's death, but were eventu
ally found under tbe marble slab of a table.
Interest counons to tbe amount of H50 were
missing, however.
The coupons bad never been presented for
pytnont. and the administrator of Mrs. Mc
Wha's estate demanded, payment County
Controller Speer refused to pay the money
without tbe coupons or an indemnifying bond,
and the suit was brought, A verdict was given
for 5130 for tbe plaintiff.
WANTS IT DISMISSED.
The Answer of Attorney McKenna to At
torney Wnraell's Snlt Filed.
Attorney Charles F. McKenna yesterday
filed his answer to the suit brought against him
by G. W. WurielL to compel him to give an
accounting-of tbe business of an alleged part
nership between them. Mr. McKenna denies
that there was a parol agreement of partner
ship.or that Wurzell ever had an interest In his
business or was entitled to any fees from Mc
Kenna's practice.
Wurzell was employed by him as a clerk and
assistant merely and not as a partner. His
salarv was to be SL000 a year and no more.
Wniiell, however, collected large sums be
longing to McKenna and applied them to his
own use. He never accounted for them, thongh
he was requested to dq so. Having no account,
Mr. McKi-rnia could uot say how much Wur
zell -owed him. He asked that tbe suit be dis
missed. In the United States Court.
In tbe United States Court yesterday Reed &
Kreps were allowed to Intervene with their
claim against tbe pleasure barge City of Pitts
burg. An order wamade certifying tho ad
miralty case of T. M. Jenkins 4 Co. against tbe
steamer Venice from tbe Detroit Court to the
Circuit Pourt, owing to the Jndgeof the Dis
trict Court having been counsel in the case.
To-Day's Trial Lists.
Common Pleas No. 1 Mulvaney vs Penn In
cline Company; Jackson vsMcDonough; Daub
man vs Kresa et aST Black 4 Co. vs Fleming:
Musgrave vs Descalzi Bros.; Wainwright vs
Pittsburg and" Wetern Railroad Company.
Common Pleas No;2 KaltenhauservsTropp
man et ux Loch A J. vs Flinn; Stevenson vs
btreltenberger; Ayers vs Smith; Spencer et ux
vs Jennings.
Notes From the Courts.
The two suits of Ebenezer Hallett against J.
S. Boyd, actions on partnership accounts, are
on trial before Judge Slagle.
Jake Gbaham yesterday received a verdict
for f 150 in her snit against W. O'Donnell, an
action for damages for slander.
In the suit of Harris & Jordan against A.
Wilson, an action on a contract, a verdict was
given fur 6 cents for the plaintiffs.
IN the case of Cook k Graham against P. J,
Murphy, administrator of Jacob Bonner, a suit
on a mortgage, a verdict was given for 31S7 78
for the plaintiffs.
A vebdict for the defendants was given
yesterday in the case of Florence Van Ord
strand against H. H. Demmler and others, a
landlord and tenant case.
Trxx suit of Frank Kobel against Police
Officer Rosenblatt, for damages for alleged
false arrest, is on trial before Judge Stof.
Kohel, it is stated, was arrested by Officer
Rosenblatt for peddling without a license, al
though he bad a license.
J. A. McsgraVe and George Smith, charged
with "raising" silver certificates, were to have
received a hearing yesterday afternoon before
I -nimnl.vinnnr llamMfl hut It was nnstnnn.il
until Monday afternoon, owing to the absence
of some of the witnesses. j
The following executions were issued yes- I
terday: fe. A. Ford vs J. 1). Weeks, S2.570:
Elizabeth Prophet vs G. Stoehr, S270 26; W. H.
Holmes vs Charles Holmes. 2.100; Hay worth A
Dcwhurst vs Mary and G. A. Pannier, StOO;
Herman Zimberg vs B. Smith and Z. Samuel
son, 210 5a
In the suits of John Cronse and his father,
Albert Crouse. against C. L. Magee for dam
ages for injuries received by the son in falling
through a coal bole in front of abnlldtng on
Grant street owned by Mr. Magee, verdicts
were given yesterday for f cents damages for
the plaintiffs.
BLUE JEANS' BULL.
The Innocent Animal That Needs No Permit
to lie at Large.
The bull, for whose liberty on tbe streets a
humorous application was filed with ti e
Chief of Police Tuesday, is not a wild Texas
animal as might be suspected, but a very
small and innocent yearling of the Foiled
Angus variety, and a responsible and inter
esting member of the Blue Jeans' cast,
which plays at the Bijou next week. Man
ager Maeder says that the bull is the pet of
the company and has never done anything
more violent than to chew the heroine's
apron strings and rub its moist nose on the
white front ot her pinafore.
Clothing for the Poor.
To-day (Friday) is the day we devote en
tirely to the poor. But remember tbe prices
we will quote in this article are for to-day
(Fridsv) only:
80 men's suits, made of a light-colored
cheviot (coat, pants and vest) $1 98
300 men's suits, made ot first-class cas-
simere and cheviots, cut either in
frocks or sacks, in neat little checks,
narrow stripes, or fibe hair lines, at.. 4 90
SO men's black cheviot sack suits, all
SlXCS. . . . . . . . . . . . a ................ O W
75 boys' long pants suits, sizes irom 13
to 19 years ol age, in four different
stvles. 2 70
200 boys' short psnts suits, sues irom 4
to 14, eight different patterns to se
lect from 1 25
400 boys' knee panU, sizes from 4 to 12 27
600 men's English worsted 'pants, five
different patterns, all sizes, for 1 23
Cut this nut and bring it with vou, so as
to avoid mistake.
P. C. C. C, Pittsburg Combination
Clothing Company, corner Grant and
Diamond streets, opp. the Court House.
THE CAFE ROXAL,
79 Filth Avenue,
"Will be open to the public to-morrow, Sat.
urday, April ,18. Luncheon served from 12
to 3 P. M. ALBEfcT JlENJOU.
An Ail-Around Superiority.
A reliable brand of beer is that manufact
ured by the Iron City Brewing Company.
This beer is better thari any German article,
and English porter cannot compare with the
Iron City porter.
INDIA SILKS.
Choice Styles New Coloring.
Extra quality, at ?1 a yard, 24 to 27 inches
tvide, a big Tariety to choose from. '
Jos. Hoenk & Co.,
609-621 Penu Avenue.
The Best for 82.
Very fine glazed dongola kid button shoes
for ladies; smooth insoles. No nails; no
tacKs; nexioie sole., at li. D. Simen's, 78
Ohio street, Allegheny, Pa. ttf
Physicians recommend Pilsner beer as
a strcngthener after tbe grip. Telephone
1166, Iron City Brewing Company.
Tho Leading Shoe.
For $1 25 ladies' glazed kid shoe; worked
bbtton boles; nice soft stock. Tbe best shoe
ever sold at this price, at G. V. Simen's, 78
Ohio street, Allegheny, Pa. TOT
Parcels & Jones
Are showing some beautiful dresses this
week. Ladies' Suit Paklok,
wf 29 Filth avenue.
AN ALIBI ATTACKED.
One More Attempt Made to Solve the
Gunsaulis Murder Mystery. .
HOLMES AKDERSON HASvA LAWYER
To Look After His Interests and Trjr to
Secure Dim His Liberty.
THE INQDEST ADJOTJUXED 0HCB HOKE
The lines ot evidence are drawing so close
about Holmes Anderson, who is suspected
of being the murderer of John Gunsaulis,
that he bas sent for Major Montooth to de
fend him, aud will have a conference with
that attorney, at the jail, this morning. The
case was again taken up before the Coroner
yesterday, and new evidence developed
which caused the inquest to be continued
until Saturday, while the new "leads" are
being worked.. Anderson's statement that
be spent the hours between 8 and 10 o'clock
at his sister's house in "West Liberty has ap
parently been proven false.
JohnH. Sehake. of "West Liberty bor
ough, "was the first witness yesterday. He
said that, on Thursday, April 9, be found
an empty purse on tbe road 34 feet from the
place where Gunsaulis' body was found. The
witness swore that on tbe Sunday when tbe
crime was committed be was on Sit. Washing
ton visiting relatives. He knew Holmes Ander
son, the manHindcr arrest, as a suspect.and said
that about two or three months ago Anderson
and he' were together. Anderson fell over an
embankment and got up very angry and Bred -a
revolver, and said to witness that "it would not
be good for any one to bother me.".
John Relchter, a Thirty-third saloon keeper,
said Anderson told him on Monday morning
that a murder bad been committed in West
Liberty Sunday night
Wilbert Pattprson, of West Liberty, was at
the house of George Anderson on the Sunday
night of the murder. Patterson is a brother-in-law
of the prisoner. About 9 o'clock Albert
Moore came there, and said a man was hanging
about Granny McFarland's house. He bor
rowed a lantern and a revolver, and started
back. He was not at Anderson's when Moore
returned. Holmes Anderson was not at tbe
bouse.
F. B. Gunsalls then took the stand and
identified the pocketbook found near the falls
as the oDe belonging to his brother.
George Allen, recalled, described how the
body was found.
Albert. Moore said be lived in Homestead
and Substantiated tbe story about borrowing
tho revolver. He had not seen Holmes Ander
son and did not see him at George Anderson's
when be returned tbe revolver, shortly before
10 o'clock.
George Flanders bad seen Anderson about
8 o'clock, going toward tbe falls. He was in
tbe vicinity ot the falls until 9 o'clock, and
while passing the place he beard some one
moving in the underbrush. Macgie Smith also
testified to having seen Anderson near the
falls.
Tho prisoner was then asked to make a state
ment, but bis only answer was that he was in
nocent. Ihe inquest was then continued until
Saturday.
SIMON JOHNSTON DEAD.
Pittsburg's Oldest Druggist Succumbs to
Pneumonia Caused by Grip A Great
Traveler. and a TJell-Itead Man He
Will Be Greatly Mlfced.
Simon Johnston, the oldest and probably
tbe best known druggist in the city, died at
, his residence
on Second
a t e n u e,
Hazelwood, at
an early hour
y esterd ay
morning. He
had been ill
for some time
( with the grip,
but attended to
his business un
til last Tuesday
jIiweek, when be
''took to his bed
and tbe disease
developed into'
p h e n u m onia
which termi-
Simon Johnston, nated fatally.
Mr.Jobnston was born in Fermanagh,Ireland,
In 182S, and came to this conn try in 1850, locating
in this city. He entered into partnership with
B. L. Fabnestock, in tbe drug business, soon
after bis arrival here, but a few years lairr
bought out L. Wilcox, the drmrgist at the
corner of Fourth avenue aud Smitbtleld street,
where be continued -in business , until
tbe site was condemned for the Govern
ment building. He then moved to tbe corner
Of Third avenue and Smithfield street, making
an exchange of storerooms with J. C. Mattern,
wbere be has remained for the past 15 years.
In 1S5S he married the daughter of the late Rev.
Br. J. L. Reed, who was killed in the fall of tbe
Willey building, two years ago. He bad seven
children, three, sons and four daughters, all of
whom survivchiin, the eldest son. William, be
ing employed in the office of W. H. Brown's
Sons.
Mr. Johnston took an active interest in
politics, and served a number of terms as a
member of tbe School Board of tbe Second
ward, and was their representative to tbe Cen
tral Board for several terms. He was also a
member of tbe Poor Board for some time. For
nrarly 30 years he resided at 179 Third avenue.
In 1885 he bought the Brown residence at
Hazelwood, wbere he bas resided ever since.
He was a cousin of the late Governor John
ston and a second cousin of District Attorney
Johnston. Mr. Johnston was probably one of
the best-read men in this vicinity, and had a
library which be had fitted up and filled with
the choicest literature, and was justly
proud of It. He was known, not only in
this country but in Europe, as ene of
tbe most extensive book purchasers, and
was an authority on a great many
points. Air. Johnston nas made frequent trips
to Europe, but always started in his own
peculiar way by annonncisg his intention of go
ing in tbe evening and taking his departure" tbe
next morning. He always returned laden
'with goods and presents, which be distributed
tu various friends and relatives, and each had
some little anecdote connected with it
which he would tell, being fond of a good Story.
His store has been headauarters, tor tbe past
25 years, for a large number who met and list
ened to his numerous tales, told in his own
quaint way. He cared little for new acquaint
ances, but delighted to mingle with old friends,
with whom he was always cheerful, 80 'thai be
will be greatly missed.
Tbe funeral services will take place to-morrow
afternoon at 2 o'clock, at St. Peter's Epis
copal Church.-Grant street. Tbe interment
will be private. 4
Clothing for the Poor.
To-day (Friday) is the day we devote en
tirely to the poor. But remember the prices
we will quote in this article are for to-day
(Friday) only: '
80 men's suits, made of a light-colored
cheviot (coat, pants and vest) -.51 93
300 me"'s suits, made ot first-class cas-
iim and cheviots, cut either in
frocks or sacks, in neat little checks,
narrow stripes, or tine hairlines, at.. 4 90
50 men's black cheviot sack suits, all
sizes....' 5 60
75 boys' long pants suits, sizes from 13
to 19 years or age, in four different
tvles , 2 70
200 bovs' Ebon pants sails, sizes Irom 4
to 14, eight different patterns 'to "se
lect from 1 25
400 boys' knee pants, sizes from 4 to 12, 27
COO men's English worsted pauU, five
different patterns, all sizes, for..... 1 23
Cot this out and bring it with yon, so as
to avoid mistakes.
P. C. C. C, Pittsburg Combination
Clothing Company, corner Grant and
Diamond streets, opp. the Court House.
An All-Around Superiority.
A reliable brand of beer is that manu
factured by the Iron City Brewing Company.
This beer is better tban any German article,
xnd English porter cannot compare with the
Iron City porter.
Something for the Girls,
Fine glazed dongola kid spring heel bat
ton shoes. Patent leather tips, sizes 8 to
10. at $1 25, and 11 to 2 at 1 50, at G. $.
Siuien's, 78 Ohio street, Allegheny, Pa.
(J TTF
Ladles' Suit Parlor.
New C(4,tuu.ej'ibr .spring in all the new
effects. Parcels & Jones,
WF 29 Filth avenue.
sm yjtsaaa
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ence required; rive salary expected. Address B.
P.. Dispatch office. apl7-.6
BOY TO LEARN THE DRUG BUSINESS:
must speak German: one with some experi
ence preferred. Apply at 4018 BUTLER ST.
. apl6-70
B
OY-TO HELP IN DINING 1.00M.'KEJf-
STONE HOTEL, Fourth av. api7-7
B
OYS-EIGHT CASH BOYS. APPLY TO
MORROW mornlngat JvAUF-CAHas.'
sp 17-69 '
CANDY MAKER-NO. 1 HAND ON HARD
BOILED candles and tallies: steady work to
rood man. Inquire at JAMES HARD1E
CRACKER WORKS, Ward St., Oakland, city.'
apl7-80
COLLECTOR AND SALESMAN 8J PER
month salary guaranteed; flCO cash neces
sary: best or reference riven Ana required Ad
dress THE BORACH-LETSOUE ilANUFACTU R.
1KG COMPANY. Cincinnati, O. apl6-42-D
DRAUGHTSMAN MECHANICAL, TO
work, as assistant: must be experienced:
German or Swede preferred. COR. 8. TWENTY
FIRST AND MARY ST3., city. apl7-7S
DRUG CLERK REGISTERED EXPERI
ENCED and capable of taklne charre of
prescription and drug department In absence of
proprietor. Address or call on FRANK T.
WKAY, Apollo. Pa. aplS-48
DRUG Cl.ERK - A COMPETENT DRUU
clerk. Apnly to E. BOLDEN & CO.. Alle
Kbeny, Pa. ap!7-2
D
A1RYHAND-MUST BE A GOOD MILKER.
ApplyatlSOSPENN AV. apl5-97
-NSURANCE SOLICITORS MURKY & KD
L SALL, 34 Fidelity bnlldlng. ap1S-C8
MAN A FIRST-CLASS BUSINESS MAN
with good city acquaintance and f loO catb
can secure a permanent position and Interest In
business at 7j a month. Apply between 11 and 12
A.M. Friday, or address for one week, BUSINESS,
Room 318, Blssell block, city. apl-5o
MAN-IN EVERY 'lOWN AND CITY
to organize lodges for an order paying
COO In three years: lire workers make blr pay.
Address GUARDIAN ENDOWMENTSOCIETY,
JOU MTCLnon. II,, ousvnn, juass. apiu-i
MEN-KNF.BGEIICMENTOSELLNUK8ERY
stock: liberal salary and expenses paid;
steady work guaranteed. Address, at once, with
stamp, glvlngearc R. B. KNIFFIN, Nurerr
man, Paterspn, N. J. ap!7-31
MOLDKR FIRST-CLASS ELECTROTYPE
molder: state experlencaand wares with
application. THE WERNER PRINTING AND
L1THO. CO., Akron, O. . ap!7-32-D
o
FF1CE BOY-AGED 12 TO IS YEAllS: AN
onnortunitv for a bright bono make him
self valuable to employer. Address BUSINESS,
Dispatch office. ap.7-73
PAINTERS AT MCKEZSPORl UNION
house painters; to good brush hands steady
work and nnlon wages, Apnly to DAVID JONES,
President Master Painters' Association. F. A.
JJarr. Sec apl5-63
OALESMEN-ON SALARY OR COMMISSION
IO to handle the new patentchemlcallnkeraslng
pencil: the greatest selling novelty ever pro
duced; erases Ink thoroughly In two seconds; no
abrasion or paper: 200 to Sooner cent profit; one
agent's sales amounted tofo20 in alxdays;, another
(32 in two hours: we want one energetic -genera!
agent for each State and Terrltorv; sample by
mall 35 cents. For terms and full particulars,
address THE MONROE ERASER MFG. CO.,
La Crosse, Wis. apl6-43
SINGLE WHITE MAN-TO GARDEN AND
take care or horses and cows. Apply at 605
L1BEKTY ST. apl7-62
SUPEK11NTENDENT-AND MINE BOSS FOR
the bituminous coal district; must have a
certificate and be welt recommended: If satisfac
tory good wages will be paid. Address L. B
Dispatch office. apl7-48
YOUNG MAN-TO WORK IN COMPOSING
room: a good chance to flnlsn Job printing
trade. SMI1H BROS., 77 Diamond st. apl7-77
Agents.
AGENTS-TO SELL THE NEWEST AND
best subscription books lu tbe market;
the most recent additions to our list are "Our
Great Continent," "Losilng's United States,"
"John Boyle O'Reilly's Poetry and Songs of Ire
land." 'TheSoldlerln the Civil War;" send for
catalogue, terms and territory. P.J. FLEMING
t CO- I Fifth av. apl2-TUWThrssu
AGENTS-NOW READY-MOST WONDER
FUL advertising machine the world has
eer known: patented: sells to every merchant:
steady work: big pay: inclose staorp. ARC N.
MFG. CO.. Racine, Wis. apl0-32-WF
Female Help.
COOK-FIRST-CLASS COOK. GOODWIN'S
PETROLEUM EXCHANGE RESTAURANT,
115 Fourth av apl7-90
GIRL TO SEW ON CUSTOM PANTS-MUST
have experleuce; no other need apply. 631
SMITHF1E1.D bT. apl7-89
GIRL-FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. AP
PLY at 224 NORTH AV., Allegheny.
' apl-78
GOOD SEWING WOMEN. SHUMAN BROS.,
426 Wood st. apl7-7
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN-WHO KNOWS
how to take care of an infant, can find a
permanent home and good wages by addressing
with references, INFANT, Dispatch office.
aplS-72
UR8E-AN EXPERIENCED CHILDREN'S
nurse to go to the country. Address with
reference BOX, 23, Craflon P. o.. Allegheny CO.,
Pa. apt7-33-Tursu
Male and female Help.
HOUSEKEEPER LAUNDKEsi CHAMBER
MAIDS, cooks, nurses, dining room girls,
200 house girls, five colored girls, one plumber,
boy to learn tinsmith, drivers, waiters, farm
lianas. MRS. E. IHOMPbON, 603 Grant st.
inb24-81-D
Qfl COAL MINERS. STEADY WORK. NO
OKJ strike: 40 farm hands, 2 teamsters, 60 cuoks.
9) chambermaids, 2 dining room girls for small
hotel, dishwashers, laundry girls, nursegirls, 200
bouse girls, 6 colored. MEEHAN'S. 545 Grant St.
Te..-80. apI7-D
Situations.
BOOKKEEPING-1 (ATTEND TO ANYTHING
in the line of intricate accounting, such as
opening and closing or books or correction or
errors: also give Instructions In the .use of the
Voucher System. A. F. SAWHILL, 137 Federal
St.. Allegheny, Pa, de6-54-D
POSITION-BANK OK BUSINESS. HOUiK
1 oung man, 21; four years' office experience:
writes good band; quick at figures; will come well
recommended by present employer: satisfactory
bonds and no oblectlons to low wages for start.
Address BANK, Dispatch office. ap!7-81
POSITION-AS CLERK OR BOOKKEEPER
In hardware store by young man with six
vears' experience: best ofreference. Address J.
S. P., Dlsnatch office. apH-30-wrsu
POSITION-BY A COMl'ETfcNT BOOK
KEEPER; can give best city references.
AddYcbb BUSINESS, Dispatch office.
apl4-lS-TUWT
POSITION AS COLLECTOR-CAN GIVE
bond ir necessary. Address P. W. B Dis
patch office. ap 17-13
SITUATION-AS BOOKKEEPER, CLEKK. OR
to take charge or office: his had 20 years' Ex
perience in iron mill, railroad and wholesale
grocery: can write shorthand: reference given.
V Dispatch office. apU-S-MWF
S11UAT10N--B1 YOUNG MAN NOT AFRAID
to work, where there is prospect of promo
tlon. Address C. H.N., Dispatch office. ap!7-49
S1TUATION-BY A PP.ACTICA1. MAN AS
-engineer; first-class references. Address
C. N. K. Dispatch office. ap 17-35
Financial.
MANUFACTURERS DESIRING MOKE CEN
TRAL location, free fuel. Inernised fadH.
tics and additional capital will learu something
Jo their advantage by addressing the undersigned
ComnaUV. Who are onprtttlntylu llin nxtnnil tni
belt of Indiana. HATHAWAY INVESTMENT
CO- 25 Exchange St.. Rochester, N. , iapl0-64
MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY. SUBURBAN
and farm properties; stocks, school and
municipal oonris, as well as other securities,
negotiated. ED. WirriSH, 410 Grant St., Pitts
burg, Pa. fel4-23-D
MORTGAGES ON CITY OR ALLEGHENY
county property at lowest rates. HE-SRl I
A. WLA VKK it CO., 92 Fourth avenue. mh2-D I
"WANTED.
'f Financial.
TO LOAN 6200,000 ON MORTGAOES flOO
and onward at 6 per cent; $500,000 at4X par
cent on residences or business property, vacant
lots or farms. i. H. FRENCH, 12a Fourth ave.
OC23-D
TRUST FUND S-TO LOAN ON REAL
estate. AV1SE & MINOR, Attorneys. 91
Diamond it. ap3-82
VTT-ANTED-MONEY TO LOAN ON MOKT
V GAGES. In large and small amounts, at
lowest market rate or Interest. See W. A. HER
RON 4 SONS. 8Q Fourth av. apJ-M-T
Boarders and Lodgers.
OCCUPANTS A COUPl.K FOR ROOM. WITH
board: use oi parlor and piano: no other
boarders: terms tts per week: nice place for an
invalid: 20 mln. from city on R. R.; convenient
to sta.; natural lawn with shade. Address H. 8.
C Dispatch office. ap!7-6S
OCCUPAKTS-FOK FURNISHED AND UN
FURNISHED connecting rooms on parlor
Soot: references exchanged. 92 ARCH ST., Alle
gheny. apli-91-rsu
Miscellaneous.
ALLTO USE JONES' BEDBUG PA RALYZEU
Jones' Magic Roach Powder: contains no
? 'Olson; roaches banished oy contract; satisfac
Ion given or no pay. Prepared, by GEO. W.
JONES. 222 Federal st.. Allegheny. Pa. Sold by
all first-class druggists. Residence No. 80 Mon
tery st. lyll-43-icwr
ADVERTISINU-IF YOU WISH TO ADVER
TISE anvtblnr anywhere at any time write
to GEO. P. KDWEI.LA CO.. No. 10 Spruce it.,
JSew York. To get complete Information you
should I e careful to state your wants fuliy.apU-45
OIRCU LARS TO DISTRIBUTE, AT THE HATE
or SI per 1, MO. in places alour the line of the
Del. and Hudion and o. It W. Railroad; good
reference. W. H. GILBERT, Waltoo, Delaware
county, N. Y. apl-89
EVERYBODY TO KNOW THE SCHOOL OF
Design and Dress Cutting will remove to No.
951 PENN AV., April 1, from 616 PENN AV.
mh28-57
T7U.OOR-FURNISHED FIR3T FLOOR FOB
J? light housekeeping, for family of two, con
sisting of three to five rooms. Addreis C. P.,
Dispatch office. apl7-M
MANUFACTURINGS!!'! ONE-HALF ACRE
ormorelo I'ittsbure or Allegheny. Address
IRON, care of Box 904,. Pittsburg. ap.7-70
KALLO JOE-TO CALL ON. J. H. PORTE;
also, for letter General Delivery, Pittsburir,
Pa. apl7-iT
FOB.SALE-mPKOVED KEAL ESTATE.
City Residences.
CENTER AV., NEARV1NEST., TWO-STORY
press brick awelllng. eight rooms, four on
each floor: ball, vestlbnle. bath, with latest sani
tary plumbing; fine" range, laundry, cemented
cellar, both, gases, pantry, china closets, provis
ion room, sliding doors, stained glass windows,
tile hearths and slate mantels tliroughoat, hand
somelypapered: no expense has been Spared to
make this a complete home In every respect;
owner must leave city: price and terns moderate.
Baxter, Thompson 4 co.. ira Fourth av.
api2-l72-Tuwrssu
DWELL1NGS-A BARGAIN-TWO THREE
STORY brick dwellings of eight rooms each,
ranting for PXiO per year, with lot 43x62: only
tlo; 000. worth $12,000: easy terms: onlv few squares
from Court House. BAXTER, THOMPSON 4
CO., 162 Fourth ave. an!2-171
FIFTH AVENUE, FEW SQUARES FROM
Court House New four-storv brick building,
storeroom and six suites of flats, with modern
conveniences: also, ou rear of lot fronting on
EaveJ street, two almost new two-story mansard
rick dwellings, six rooms each, total rents over
12,000 per year, lot 25x112: at the price positively
the greatest bargains on the avenue to-day: pays
big Interest: investigate. BAXTER, THOMPSON
& CO., 162 Fourth av. apl2-i71
HOUSE-NEW ElGHr-KOOM HOUSE, WITH
bath, lanndry, range, hot and cold water,
etc.: neighborhood good: paved street; 454 Web
ster av.; ten minutes' ride from corner Wood and
Kirth ar.: rent. tt per month. Apply to HARDY"
t HAYES, 629 Smithfleld St., or on preml.es.
apl7-73-Dt
0(1 300 -LOT 60x100 ON B1GHAM bT.. MT.
Jj WASHINGTON, with six-room lrame
house: irult, shrubbery, etc. BALTENSPEROEK
A WILLIAMS, 143 Fourth av. aplS-73
East End Itesldences.
AN INVESTMENT OF $3. 300 WILL SECURE
an Improved property that Is now rented at
ftfl v-ftAV smt. ai h lAvtfh n. atl mn.4.aTi fninpnvA-
I menu: well located: within easy six minutes'
waic orcanie or r. K. u.: sewered street: lot aox,
116; reasonable terms. S. A. DICKIE ft CO.,
Penn and Shady avs., E. E. 1617. apl7-9
PROPERTY LARGE PIECEOF ELLSWORTH
av. property, good house, nice improvements
for 25 per cent less than Value. SHADYSIDE,
Dispatch office. apIS-19
Cjpr 700 O'HARA ST., NEAR ELLSWORTH
Ol)) av., 2H-story new frame dwelling of 10
rooms, hall, bathroom, w. c.. range, both gases,
cabinet and &latc mantels, good laundry, porches,
etc.; lotMillO: terms easy, (a 123). BLACK
BA1RD. 95 Fourth av. ap.7-51
&A OOO-FOR A SIX-ROOM FRAME DWELL
OfcS ING on Collins av.. East End: street paved
and sewered: lot 30x100 to an aticy stable on rear;
this Is a corner lot. SeeRbEDB. COYI.KftCO..
corner Fourth av. and Grant st. apI5-10-wr
Allezrieny Residence.
ALLEGHENY. FOURTH WARD--NOS. 116
and 117 South Canal St., cor. Walnut St., lot
50x120 to Carpenter alley (naved): with good sub
stantial two-story brick buildings, consisting of
two storerooms and 15 dwelling rooms: suitable
for light, manufacturing or warehouse purposes.
Also, lour new two-story brick dwetllnrs on Wal
nut St.: will be sold to pay 9 per cent '-net" on
the Investment. SAMUEu W. BLACK & CO.. 99
Fourth av. apl5-l
AN 8 PER CENT NET IN VH3TMENT-THREK
new brick dwelling houses of 6 rooms and
finished attic each: location all that could be de
sired, in becoud ward. Allegheny: street paved
and sewered: both gases: one square from elec
tric cars: rent. SI, 032 per year: price only tUXSOO;
M. F. H1PPLE & CO., 93 Fourth av.
apl7-8-,rursu
Atlantic City.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.-RENT OHSALE
Holels, cottages and "jath bouses; lots for
sale In all parts of the city; also South Atlantic
City. ISRAEL G. ADAMS k CO.. Real Estate
Agents. Real Estate and Law Building. fe6-90
FOB SALE LOTS.
City Lots.
fiT fTpT-TEMFERANCEV1LLE, NEW YORK
Oi- i'tj av.. West End place, vacant lot, 20x
100. (177). BLACK Jt BAIlll), 95 fourth av.
ap!7-5I'
East End Lots.
T7"l
rOR SALE-PEN N NEAR W1NEBIDDLE
X1 av.. Nineteenth ward, East End,! 20x100
feet to an alley, 11,900; easy payments, onlytsea
ieu. tit. Dee n,
A. HEBRON & SONS. 80
Fourth av.
apl-10-1, 4, 8,13.17,21. 25'
I" OT-AMOST DESIRABLE LOT ON FINEST
J part of Forbes St.. In Oakland. MURKY &
EDSALL, 3 Fidelity building. ap!7-45
o
NEOFTHE FINEST BUILDING LOIS IN
East Llbertr. 50x140 feet, with eastern ex
posure; price very low; only 175 per foot, worth
. M. . HIl'fLE ft CO., 96 Fourth av.
apl7-8-TuFBu'
Or PER FOOT FOR A LOlkON NEGLEY
CDOtl ay.: all paved. sewererrFsidewalks com
plete; this Is away below tbe price of adjoining
lots. HOWARD BROWN, 15t Fourth av.
aplS-117-MWT'
CJO 750-MAHGAKETTA AND BERLIN STS.,
3JW corner lot, 50x109. (a 375). BLACK ft
BA1KD, 95 Fourth av. ' apl7-51
Allegheny Lots.
NINE LOTS-I5X100 EACH ON HOWARD ST.,
Allegheny, for 3900; this Is a bargain.
1IALTENSPKRGER ft WILLIAMS, 143 Fourth
avenue. apJ6-73
Cemetery Lots.
LOT-IN ALLEGHENY CEMETERY: GIVE
number, size and price. Address W. J. II.,
Dispatch office. apl7-97
Suburban Lots.
SUBURBAN PROPERTY THE LARGEST
lots, tbe lowest prices ifTra the easiest and best
terms in the county at Sberadcn, 15 minutes from
Union station: see bheraden before you buy else
where. ANDREW PAlTERSON, Secretary, 127
Fifth av. fe27-72-D
THE" BELLEVUE ELECTRIC R. R. F.LE
VA'IOR, Windsor .'ark, and gas well; the
finest site In Western Pa. for a hotel or club
house: tbe park contains about five acres and
commands the finest view on the Ohio river,
overlooking the Davis Island dam; this property,
including the railroad and a gas well capable or
supplying 100 families, and now piped over 2. COT
feet and in use, will be sold at a great bargain.
For particulars call on GEO. S. COTTON, 137
Lacock st,, Allegheny. ap9-47
Farms.
pTY ACRES AT AUCTION-SATURDAY, 18TH
OXJ Inst., 10 o'clock, on premises, by order of
Orphans' Court, the M-acre farm ot Oliver P.
Henderson, deceased, near Acmetonla station.
West Penn R. R-; special attention Invited, as a
bargain will likely be going: terms half cash.
Call for particulars on A. LEGGATE & SON,
auctioneers. 118 Fourth av. apl2-l(0
FOR SALEBTJSINESS.
Business Opportunities.
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY-MUST BE SOLD
at once: a rare and cheap opportunity. 83
OHIO ST., Allegheny. apl7-85-
SALOON-DOING A LARGE BUSINESS:
good class or trade; nice corner room; plate
glass front; best location: modern bar furniture:
frood stock liquors; price II, 400; reasonable terms;
lcense at once, C.-H. FOLSOM, .Lima, o.
aplf-lO
S" TONE QUARRY. MANUFACTURING BUSI
NESS; fj,00o capital: one-half Interest In ma
chine shop; grocery stores, f?u0 to 3,000; milk
route, bakery route, fish and oyster depot clear
ing 380 per week. HOLMES ft CO., 429 Smithfleld
street. apl7-72
STONE QUARRY-MANUFACTURING BUS
INESS, one-half interest in machine shon.
grocery stores, 1200 to 000; clg.tr stores, milk
route, bakery. HOLMES ft CO.. 420 Hmtthfield st.
aplS-69
Qtrr. BUYS STOCK AND FIXTURES OF
WOU little grocery In city: doing a nice
business: rent 111. BALTENSPEKGEK ft WILL
IAMS, 143 Fourtlja.v. apl6-7T
FOB SALE BUSINESS.
"Business Opportunities.
A1
N OIL AND GAS PROPERTY NET PROF
ITS from Jan. 1 to Anrll 1 were S4.2T0: nrire.
916,000. Tall un or address E. H, ADAMS, JR.,
Room 1. Trontman building, Butler. Pa.
apI4-85-D
BUSINESS THE FINEST EQUIPPED
saloon in therltyor Akron, Ohio, bestloca
tlou; good reasons for selling out. A ddress 145 S.
Howard St.," Akron, Ohio; population 30,000.
apl7-!9"
DRUG STORE A GOOD PAYING CITY
store below invoice to a quick buyer. Ad
dress ALUM. Dispatch office. aplS-71
GROCERY-WITH LARGE ESTABLISHED
trade: making large profits: fine corner room
in Al location, on main street In this thrirty city:
nice, fresh stock stiple goods: Invoice 81,200: one,
of best openings in State. C. IL FOLSOM. Lima,
Ohio. apl7-10"
GROCERY STOKE-IN JEANNETTE, PA.;
first-class location and good cash trade;
reason for selling death or owner. Inquire ot M.
A. GILLESPIE, Jeannette, Pa. ap!6-W
HOTEL rURMTURE AND LEASE-W1TH
established trade: modern brick house, some
43 rooms, furnished throughout: good bar busi
ness; in line location in this growing cltr: this Is
oneot the finest hotels In. this part of State; price
15,500, on easy payment: cheap rent and long
lease: we arc In center of the great olt and gas
fields: rare chance. C. IL FOLSOM, Lima. O.
apl7-10
OWINUTOTHE CONTINUED ILL-HEALTH
of managing partner In an established and
profitable business he desires to dispose of his In
terest: no better opportunity has been offered In
this city; buslncsswlll stand inllest investigation.
Address, with real name, TYNDALE, Dlsnatch
office. aplS-GS
, Business Properties.
PUBLIC AUCTION ON THE PREMISES,
No. 35 Main st.. Lawrencevllle. on Tuesday,
April n, 1891. a two-story and mansard new brick
building, with storeroom and 7 dwelling rooms:
well sewered, has natural aud artificial gas and
city water; is excellently located for store
for school children's wants, combined with
grocery or fancy goods trade, as it is dlrectlv op
posite Washington School. BLACK ft B VlRD,
9. Fourth av. apl7-61
FOK SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles, Live Stock, Etc
GEM OF DIAMONDS THE MOST ARIS
TOCRATIC pug dog living. 10 months old,
thoroughly house broken: rich amber, cream,
fawn. Jet black, velvet-coated face, muzzle ears,
black toenails; no finer pug could be cut out of
Parian marble; eyes, expression, temper, unex
celled in the world; a gem among diamonds. H.
C. GRAFF, Kensington, O. apl7-67"
HORSES-ONE LARGE.BROOD MARE, ONE
extra good 2-year-old colt, one 2-year-old
Jersey heller. Inquire of H. F. DUNHAM. 199
Main st., Allegheny. Pa. apl7-3
MARE-BLACK MARE.4 Y RS.OLD. WEIGHT
90U, good stvle, sound, well broken: 1100:
very cheat). EVENS' SALE STABLE, Dlimond
square. Allegheny. api7-59
machinery and Metals.
ENGINES AND BOILERS-SECOND-HAND:
largest stock of all sizes: 11x36, 12x24. 12x18,10
X20, 10x16. 10-12,9x12, 8x12, 7x12. 6x12: mounted port
able engine, boilers of all sizes, shafting, pulleys,
pumps, governor, etc Telephone, 3401. Si and
23 Part Way, Allegheny, Pa. J. s. YOUNG.
apll.D
HOISIING .ENGINES. DERRICKS AND
derrick forglngs, steel hoisting and guy
ropes in stock; stationary engines and boilers,
shears, clay and ore pans, etc THOMAS CAR
LIN'S SONS, Lacock and Sandusky streets, Alle
gheny. Pa. au5-3J-MWi
SECOND-HAUD ENGINES-ONE 27 II. P.
Ball pat. electric light engine, almost new;
one SxS. one 7x7, one SxB, vertical engines: one
heavy 14x24. one 11x12, 3 8x12 and 27x12. In hori
zontal engines: all good as new. II ARM ES MA
CHINE DEPOT, 99 First av.. Pittsburg. Pa.
laSO-D"
THE CELEBRATED ACME AUTOMATIC
safety engines and non-explosive boilers,
lor gas or oil fuel, from one to fire-horse power:
also, the latest Improved ventilating faus: perfect
satisfaction guaranteed: by J. l'RAGER, Gen
eral Agent, No. 4 Fifth av., Pittsburg. Pa.
lel5-165-irwj"
M UceHaneo oa.
AT PUBLIC SALE AT OFFICE OF A. J. PEN
TECOST, 413 Grant st.. Pittsburg Book ac
counts of utate of Charlotte Blume, deceased,
Friday. April 24, at. 10 A. M. THE SAFE DE
POSIT COMPANY", of Pittsburg, Administrator.
apl7-53-MWT
BAR FIXTURES-COUNTER, GLASSES,
large ice box, etc.: 366 Butler street.
GEORGE KRKTZLEE. aplS-49
BAR FIXTURES SHOW CASES, GLASS
shelving, safe, 200 chairs, pool tables. 70
DIAMOND SI". apl7-71
DOUBLE SODA KOUNTAIN-IN GOOD
condition: will sell either siuglc or double.
Call at 413 SM11HFIELD ST. ap!7-64
SECOND-HAND MERRY-GO-ROUND IN
first-class condition. Inquire orGEORGE W.
LAUGHLIN, Palace Hotel, Homestead, Pa.
aplO-89
SODA FOUNTAINS GOOD SECOND-HAND
soda fountain, almost rcw: win sell very
cheap for cah. Call or address J. F. ft SON, 412
Market st., Pittsburg, Pa. ap9-58-D-
rllHREE TOOL TABLF.S-BAR FIXTURES.
JL lnqalreat2920H10Sr. aol5-71
T
IO PURCHASE-BAR FIXTl'RES, ETC.
Address T. HOGAN. 4116 Penn av. ap!7-58
PERSONAL.
PERSONAL-CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD
and silver: Jewelry repaired; new workmade
to order, chris. ha uch, mi smlthfiela st.
JalS-Sl
PERSONAL WEBSTER'S LARGE QUARTO
Dictionary, 32 50; special bargains In ol J and
new books during this month. FRAMK BACON
ft CO.. SOlSmltnfleldst. mh!2
PERSONAL-FINE BOOKS-WE HAVETHE
finest collection of finely illustrated books
In Pittsburg: beautiful bindings: low prices; come
and see them: hundreds of books fer presents.
LEVI'S BOOK SIORE, 900 Liberty sL de!2
PERSONAL-ALL PERSONS USING ARTI
FICIAL eyes shonld bny them from the
CHESSMAN OPTICAL COMPANY, No. 42 Fed
eral st., Allegheny; they carry the largest line ol
the best material and guarantee them lor one
year: tbe only house in the United States that
make this offer. ap2-s-'-Thysn
FOUND.
FOUND-PERFECT COMFORT IN READING,
by having my eyes thoroughly examined and
a pair or the celehiatedfl crjstal specs adjusted
by the experts or the CHESSMA.N OPTICAL
COMPANY, Ho. 42 Federal St., Allegheny.
ap2-92-ThV8U
FOUND-A LARGE LOT Or WINTER
clothing belonging to residents of this city
was lound hanging in the rooms occupied by
DICKSON, the tailor. C5 Filth ave., upstairs,
altered, cleaned and repaired: the owners should
call for them, as Dickson requires the room.
nnll-D
BUSINESS CHANGES.
NOTICE THE BUSINESS LATELY
carried on by J. Frey & Co. is dissolved by
mutual consent. All bills will be paid and col
lected by E. frey, 2 Liberty st.
J. FKEY.
apU-67 E.FREY.
NOTICES.
STEAMBOAT MEN, ATTENTION THE
north (or Duquesne side) channel of the
.McKcesport and Bessemer Railroad bridge at
Blverton will be closed with false work. Please
take tbe south (or McKeespnrt side) channel.
apl6-44 PENCOYD BRIDGE CO.
I OFFICF OF
!
Treasurer Allegheny Coitnty,
April 1, 18UL
NOTICE.
IN PURSUANCE OF THE TWENTY
FIRST section of an act relating to Alle
gheny county, approved tbe 1st day of Majrx,
1861, and of tbe "amendment of the said sec-
tion, approved tho 30th day of March, A. D.
I860, I do hereby give notice that the dupli
cates for tbe several wards, borongbs and
townships will be open, and I will ba prepared
to receive tbe county, Btate and poor t jxes for
tbe year lb'Jl on and after the FIRST DAY OF
MAY, 191. Said taxes can be paid at this
offlco until the FIRST DAY OF AUGUST,
with a deduction of 5 per cent for prompt pay.
naent to all persons paying the whole amouut
of these taxes.
There will be no reduction allowed during the
month of A'ligusr. '
There will be, 10 per cent added to all taxes
remaining unpaid on tbe 1st day of September,
1891. , JOHN A- BELL,
Treasurer of Allegheny County.
mh31-12-D
OFFICIAX-prTTSBTJRG.
, OFFICE OF THE UITT 'I REASUREE, I
Municipal Hall, SMiTiiFiEtb St. ,
-VTOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ALL
Xl owners (whether resident or non-resident
of tbe city of Pittsburg) of drays, carts, wagons,
carriages, buggies, etc., to pay-their licenses at
tbis office forthwith.
All licenses not paid on or before the first
Monday in .March, 1891, will be placed in tbe
bands of vehicle officer for collection, snbject
to collection fee of SO cents on each license.
And all persons neglecting to pay on or before
Urst Monday in May, 18UL, will be subject to a
penalty double tbe amount of tbeliccnses, to be
recovered before the proper legal authority o(
said city. Tbe old metal plates of last year
must be returned at the time licenses are taken
out, or 23 cents additional will be charged on
the license.
Rates of license: Each one-horse vehicle, $tf;
each twn-borse vehicle, 10; each fonr-borse
vehicle, J12; each four-horse hack, tlo; oninl
bosses and timber wheels, drawn by two
horses, I10L
One extra dollar will be charged for each ad
ditional horse used In above specified vehicles.
J. F. DENNISTON.
feWL7 . city Treasurer.
TOUE7E.
City Residences.
VTO 131 WOOSTEK AND ISOTRENT ST. TWO
J STORY mansard brick dwellings: seven
rooms, bathroom; rent, (22. BLACK ft BA1RD.
ap!6-52t
ffiQT 3" FINE TWO-STORY MANSARD
3)0 i brick dwelling, nine rooms, with halt,
vestibule, bath and all conveniences; neat front
yard; only 15 minutes' walk rrom ooStofflce.
BAXTER, THOMPSON ft CO., 162 Foortb av.
n aplZ-l'-l-MTTTSat
East End Residences.
TO LET-tK PER MONTH-ONE OF THE
best locations In the East End; new house of
seven rooms,complete. all modern conveniences:
alsolaundry In the yard, large porch, plate glass
windows: No. 5157 rend av.; send for list. .
A. HERRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth av.
apl5-80-rWTt
mo LGT-J3S PER MONTH, A VERY HAND
JL SOME bouse: six rooms, attic modern con
veniences: on Ellsworth av., Shadyslde. (Street
and sewer Improvements made.) See W. A. HER
RON JtSO.Nb, 80ourthav. ap.4-99-14.17.2It
TO LET AT OAKLAND. ON FORBES ST.
New house, eight rooms, besides laundry,
bath, pantry; modern fixtures; send for list. W.
A HERRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth av.
apll-38-TuFSt
Allegheny Residence.
TO LFT NEAR EAST PARKS. ALLE
GHENY No. 88 Hemlock st., eight rooms,
modern conveniences; $32 per month. See W. A.
11LRRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth av.
apl4-96-14,17,20t
1 AC K1DGK AV.. ALLEGHENY-NICE
JLtbvs brick. 8 rooms, bath, nantry, range,
ase good cellar: rent $450- Apply to W. W.
A V REN CE ft CO., Water St., below Pennav..
Pltt,sburg. apl0-50-Mwrt
Suburban Itesldences.
CQ?Cri rER YEAR-HOUSE OF TEN ROOMS
luOeJV 2 acres ol gronnd, good stable, off
C'liartlers av.. McHe's Rocks Pa. SPROUT ft
STEWART, McKce'S Rocks. Pa. apl7-40t
FURNISHED FRONT(SECONI) FLOOR) ROOl
for hou-ckecplng. 8 WYL1E AV. apl7-S8t
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING.
41 LOGAN sr., near Wylle. anl7-87t
KOOM NICELY FURNISHED FRONTHOOM,
facing the park: gentlemen only: reference
required. Address COMFORT, Allegheny Port
ofifce. apl7-34t
Business Stands.
BUSINESS HOUSE-W1THSTI1REROOM AND
8 dwelling rooms, good cellar: Fourth av.,
near Market st. and Gusky's stores; rent low.
BLACK ft BAIRD, 95 1 ourtll av. a p 17-52 1
E
LEG ANT MORKROOSl WITH PLATE
glass front. 287 Ohio st. : good business loca
tion. Aoply to J. II. AIKEN ft CO., 100 Filth av.
mh21-26-Df
HOrr.L BUILDING-NEW BRICK HOUSE,
with modern Improvements, on good cor
ner: some 32 rooms. C. H. FOLSOM, Lima, O.
apl7-10t
SEPARATE DEPARTMENT-10,000 SQUARE
feet floor space, use of R. R. siding, uteam
engine, etc. U III lease for long term. Inquire
of W. A. HOEVELKR'S Storage Wareliou-e,
.Twelfth and Pike sis., cltv. apl3-15t
STOREROOM-LARGE bTOREROOM. 1TH
good cellar and suite of five rooms, between
Fourth av. and Market st. on Ferrr St.; will rent
seoarate or together. McMANUS ft CO., real
estate agents, cor. Fourth av. and Woodst.
anl5-75-wrsut
STOREROOM-WOULD SELLTHE FIXTURES
of grocery store: formerly grc-ery store: es
tablished 14 years. Apply at 252 OHIO sr., Alle
gheny. apl5-64t
TO LET-BOARDING HOUSE; ONE OF THE
best located in the city: convenient to business
center; 12 rooms, modern conveniences; rentS900
per J ear and water rent: occupant de.lres to sell
carpets and part of the furniture fee W. A.
HERKON.ft SONS. 8U Fourth av. apj-SI-MWTt
PROPOSALS.
BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED FOR THE
building of a bose house and lockup at
tuis place. Plans and specifications may be
seen at the superintendent's office of the West
ingbouse Airbrake Company at Wllmerdimr, or
ot T. D. Evans, Architect, Lewis block. Pit ta
bu re. Pa. Bids will be open nntll the 11th day
of May, inclnsive, 1S9L The committee reseive
tbe right to reject anv or all bids.
OLIVER BOISOL,
DR. GEORGE L. BES WICK,
JOHN C. BOYLE. Chairman,
Borobgbof Wilmerdimr Committee.
Wilmerdikg. Pa., April 14. 1S9L aplo-6
QEALED PROPOSALS SEALED PRO
p POSALS will be receivod by. the Electric
Light Commission of tbe city of Wheeling,
State of West Virginia, nntll April 23, 1S9L at
12 o'clock noon, for the materials and ma
chinery and the erecuon of a font hundred
(400) arc light electrical street lighting installa
tion for the city of Wheeling.accordlnc to plans
and specifications on file in the office of the
Board of Gas Trustees of said city. Bids to be
for the entire plant or for any part thereof, as
set forth in said plans and specifications. All
bids to be accompanied by a certified check in
tbe sum of one thousand (31.000) dollars, to the
city of Wheeling, to be forfeited to said city
upon the failure of the snccessfnl bidder to sign
the contract and give the bond required.
8lgned ELECTRICLIGMTCOMMISSION.
P. F. FARRELL, Chairman.
A. A. FRANZHEIM, Secretary. ap5-12S
LEGAL NOTICES.
J. COHEN & CO.. Attorneys-at-Law,
85 Diamond Street.
ESTATE OF MARTIN ROETH. DE
CEASED, late of Allegheny City. No
tice is hereby given that letters testamentary
on the estate of Martin Roetb have been
granted to tbe undersigned, to whom all per
sons indebted to said, estate are requested to
make immediate payment, and those having
claims against the same should make them
known without delay. MARIA ROEl'H.
Executrix, 178 Ohio St. Allegheny City.
apl"-43-F
J. J. HIEBENECK ATTORNEY, NO. 1
WYL1EAVQ.
Estate of Mathias Fire, .deceased.
TXECUTRIX NOTICE NOTICE 18
JLu hereby given that letters testamentary on
the estate of Mathias Fire, late of the city of
Pittsbnrg, connty of Allegheny, and State of
Pennsylvania, deceased, have been granted to
the undersigned, to whom all persons indebted
to said estate are reqnired to make immediate
payment, and those having claims or demands
against the same will make them known, with
out delay, to CATHARINE FIRE, Executrix,
No. 511 Fifth avenue. Pittsburg.
March 2S, 1891. mli27-63-r
EDUCATIONAL.
St. John's Military School,
MANLIUS. N. Y.
STJMMER SCHOOL,
Rt. Rev. F. D. HUNTINGTON. S. T. D.. Presi
dent. Apply to Lt. Col. M. VLHBEUK, Supt.
inbl-135-iiwr
AUCTION SALEa.
UCTION SALE.
Handsome Parlor Snltes, Fine Fnrniture and
Carpets, Large Music Box. OU Paint
ings. Etc, at Auction
FRIDAY, APKIL17. AT 10 O'CLOCK,
At the rooms of the Henry Auction Co., 311
Market st,
. Abont 30 of the finest of the parlor suites re
main and must be sold on Friday to close the
account. These suites are in brocatelle tapestry,
rugs, plushes and hair cloth, leather concbes,
chairs and rockers, handsome chamber furni
ture in oak and walnut, mjrror door wardrobe,
line oak sideboard, oil paintings, fine music box.
Also big lot second-hand carpets from a hotel.
Velvet, brdssels and ingrain for rooms, hall and
stair, mattress, pillows, blister and bedding.
Lots of cloth in snite patterns to be sold for
the acconnt of whom it concerns. Notions and
fancy goods now on exhibition.
HENRY AUCTION CO..
Auctioneers.
aplfi-91
GREAT AUCTION SALE
AT THE
Wholesale jewelry bouse of John O. Slem
mons. No. 77 Fifth avenue, second floor, on
SATURDAY, April lS at 10:30 A. 3L, 2:30 and
730 P.M. Consisting of fine diamonds, gold
watches, silverware, clocks, bronzes, etc, etc.
The above will be sold to tbe highest bidder.
MOORE & WIENER,
i
apl7-C0 Auctioneers.
J. A. fv)cKELVEYf Auctioneer.
Household furniture, property and live stock.
Office 81 Frankstnwn Av., E.ist End.
Tcrms upon applictlon. mh3-143-D
CHARLES S0MERS & CO.,
129 FOURTH AYE.
(Telephone 1773)
Real Estate andMortgages.
Money to Loan at Lowest Rates.
Get our new catalogue and weekly
printed lists of new properties for
sale, rent and exchange, mailed free.
BRANCH OFFICES:
3313 Penn Ava Telephone 5577.
6019 Penn Ava Telephone 532a
CHOICE PROPERTIES.
BARGAIN. .
Southside Property,
14 ACRES-
Admirably situate for sub-division: 3 to 5 min
utes' wait from 2 Inclines. 2J minutes from
Pittsburg postoffice. Most available and best
bargain on market; bis money in it to early
bnyer. Apply to
GEO. T. ROBINSON,
Robinson Rea Mfg. Co.,
3 Carson street,
Or L M. PENNOCK 4 SON.
147 Fourth Avenue.
f
3P15-37-MWT
FOR SALE-VERY CHEAP.
Handsomest Lots at Swissvale P.R.Rij
IN THE
PALMER PLACE PLAN.
Good wide streets and alleys. Location hlsh
and healthful.
Lots 40x120 feet, $1,100.
Lots 25x12(1 feer, o50.
Lots 23x123 feet, MiO.
Terms easy. For plan ee
HENRY H. NEGLEY,
At office on tho premises, or
W. A. HERRON fe SONS.
apll-65-11,14.17.21,21 SO Fourth aT.
INVESTMENT
Business Property !
A downtown warehouse recently built
and rented to a reliable tenant at a
rental to p?y a good percentage above
the taxes.
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., J
93 FOURTH AVE.
apl6-73 MTbP
S5.300 !
An Improved Property
That is now paying
12 Per Cent Net
On the investment. Honse bas all modern
conveniences; street sewered. Easy six min
utes' walk to cables or P. R. It
LOT 30x116.
S. A. 'DICKIE & CO.,
Penn and Shady Avea.E. B.
Dealers only in E.ist End. apl-8-D
S12,000.
EAST END RESIDENCE,
On paved and sewered street, onesquare from
cable cars; substantial two-story lirick dwell
ing, containing nine spacious ro.m; wide hall
in center; gas. water, eta: lot 105x160 feet;
numerous shade and fruit trees. This is a cor
ner property, and very desirahle residence
neighborhood. Easy terms.
M. F. BfflPPLE & CO.,
96 FOURTH AVENUE.
apl5-9
FOE SA-r,HL
A. GOOD IWIESTMEIV'XV
PAYING OVER 11 PER CENT
On tbe amount asked;cornerlot, wellimproved,
5 dwellings, only a few minutes' walk from tbe
P. O., 2 squares from Fifth av. Price, 112,750
H,25Qcasb, remainder lone time- (78)., See
W. A. HERRON & bONS.
apll-41-Tnrs 80 Fourth ar. I
TpOR BALE
Jj EAST END PROPERTY.
MURRY & EDSALL,
mh25-91
34FIDELITY BUILDING.
REMOVALS.
C. H. DIETRICH,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Leather and Shoe Findings,
Has removed to
' mhlS-eg-HWT 070 Liberty Street.
H. L CH1LDS & CO.
Mill Supplies
Ruober Goods. Beltinjr, etc.
Have removed to
102 WATER ST.
mh27-76-Mvr
W. J. EAST, Architect,
Has removed from Federal St., Allegheny, to
office located in
WESTINGHOUSE BUILDING.
mh4-12-Mwr PlTTSBUEO, ha.
ROSS W. BLACK,
BARBER SUPPLY HOUSE,
Has removed to 712 PENN AVENUE,
next to Penn Building. Razors ground and
honed. Shaving materials furnished at lowesc
price. mb27-77-Mw-r
DR. J. O. BOOKSTOOE,
DENTIST,
Removed to 4X5 Penn Avenne.
apl2-19-MWT
HARH.ET ROSE BELTING CO,
REMOVED TO
634 SMITHFIELD ST.
apl2-20orwr
R. C. MILLER,
House and Sign Painter,
Has removed from
73 SIXTH AVENUE,
-TO-
526 GRANT STREET,
Between Fifth and Webster avenues. Special
attention siven to the handling of plata glass,
cutting and drilling. Repairing window?, sky
lights, etc House painting and glazing la
all its branches. ocl3-J-D
READY FOR BUSINESS.
We have seenred possession ofthe two largo
and substantial rjnildinrs. Nos. IS and IS Sev
enth avenue, opposite New Grant street, ana
with a complete stock of new goods respect
fully solicit the patronage of the
RETAIL DRUG TRADET
In addition to the goods formerly carried r
stock we have added a full line of
DRUGGISTS' SUNDRLEa
This department will b under tbe cars of
MR. CHARLES BABST, who will be glad to
meet his former friends and customers and to
serve them acceptably;
NO GOODS AT RETAIL. yt
L II. HARRIS DRUG CO.,
NOS. 46 AND 13 SEVENTH AVENUE.
PITTSBURG. PA. apI-3-P
McNAUGHER & CO.,
Contractors for
Paving SidewalLs With Cement. Brick lad
Fire Brick, Concreting Cellars.
110 FEDERAL ST.. ALLEGHENY, PA.
Cu rbstone furnished and set. te7-6S-o
H. O. HOWARD,
CONTRACTOR FOR
Paving, curbing, sewering, and concretise eel.
lars, and repairing brick and stone wort, and
building engine and boilerjoundations. Office:
108 FOURTH AY. Telephone, 1180. pi.
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