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BIG MONSYIN LIQUOR.
Wholesaler?, Brewers and Distillers Disclose Their Receipts. SEVERAL VERY SEVERE ROASTS. Jndgs Whits Declares Stronglj Against Kejr. and Jnj Traffic ALL THE KEWS OP THE COUNT! COURTS The License Court Judges, having con clnded the retail list, started yesterday upon the applicants who do business in bulk. The distillers were taken up first, then the brew ers and the bottlers. There was not a clear understanding about the taking up of the brewers, bottlers, etc, so that many of them were not present. Those who did not an swer their names will be heard to-day. The inquiry into the downtown wholesalers was cot Terr strict, merely as to sales and busi ness done. The onlr Pittsburg distillers were Joseph Finch & Co., who were asked bat few ques tions. Henry Larje, Jr., Jefferson town ship, also got off light. "William De Wald appeared for the Pittsburg Brewing Com pany, and stated they did S100.000 worth of business last year. Pier, Dannals & Co. pot through easy. The "William Tann Brewing Company will get a license, and transler it to a new company to be organ ired. The Straub Brewing Company re ported their business as $100,000. The Iron City Brewing Company did 5800,000 worth or business during the past year. P. W. Laschaid, 2534 Josephine street, stated their business last year was $35,000. Michael "Winter, 2022 Josephine street, did $290,000 worth of business. John H. Kusser, South Twelfth street, reported their tales as $37,000. Richard Gangwiscb, Juniata and Magnolia streets, Allegheny, reported his sales as $5,000. P. L. Oher & Bro., Vmial street, Allegheny, had $80,000 worth of Rales last year. D. Lutz & Son re ported their sales as J345.000. John Werner, Jefferson townsnip, reported his sales as $8,000. Business Done by Bottlers. J.C. Buflnm & Co. were the first bottlers. They did $50,000 worth ol business last year. Thomas Murray, 28 and 30 Market street, did JS.000 worth of business during the year. Michael Nelligan, 2 Fourth avenue, is a painter and a new applicant. Hugh McCut cheon, 227 Second avenue, was refused last year. Frank Schaper. So. 6 Grant street, did not allow drinking on his premise, bat ad mitted to selling some by the drink. Joseph Einstein & Co. reported their sales at 05,000. Rose Elbe, 2S3 Fifth avenue, has 2.000 to start business on. Fred lleil, Jacob Rinn, Pier fc Dannals, Fred Gamble, Lawrence Hufnagle and Valentine Jones were all examined in short order. John Bnehtn, of the Sixteenth ward, was the f.rst attemoon applicant. His petition was de tective. The Straub Brewing Company was heard and passed quickly. Patrick O'Nell. of the Nineteenth ward, get a very light examina tion. The Keystone Brewing Company claimed their sales last year to ba S30U.000. C. Y. La;chaid had bnt few questions to answer as he is a orewer. Frederick Fubs, of the Thirty second ward, withdrew his application. John M. Caldwell, of the First ward, Allegheny, had a transier license, ana aia not auowany annk roe on the premises. Benjamin A. Earl, First ward, Allegheny, sold in no less a quantity than two bottles, and was satisfied that be did not supply any speak easies. His sales during the year amounted to J15.000. Mr. Christy Bo you famish beer to 01 Rob inson street, and the corner of Robinson and Lacock street. Mr. Earl No, sin I do not. Christian Sends and Leonard Karri, 40 East street, Allegheny, have $6,000 inrested in the business. Bernhart KrolL No. 4 Belmont street. Allecheny, was snre he didn't supply any speak-easies. Eberhart & Ober, 24 and 23 V 1UIA1 DLlCCb, VUIUD UUUIUI UQh lUCir OWD beer. Tbelr sales las t year amounted to $100., WO. The applicants admitted that they fold beer by the eighth at the brewery, and Judge White said he would recommend the discontinuance of the indiscriminate selling of eighths to ererrone who called for It at the brewery. He Disapproves of 3s. Heppley & Son never had a bottlers' license. The salts during the past year was S100.000. Judge White again repeated his warning about the selling of eighths. D. Lutx fc Son bottle only their own product. F. L. Ober k Bro. bottled: during the past 'year 15,000 worth of beer. They never sell less than a case, and the drivers are not allowed to sell any. George Rohn, 335 Spring Garden avenue, did 1.000 worth of business during the j ear. and has abont 6,000 invested in the business. He never sold in less quantity tbau by the case, and was positive that be sup plied no speak-easies. Walnwrigbt & Co., Fif teenth ward, stated that their business last year amounted to $400,000. Very few eiehths were sold at the brewery, and their drivers were nut allowed to sell from the wagon. Their bottling business amounted to 30,000. Thomas Carr, 21, 23 and 25 Third avenue, lie Keesport, has never been in the business and Is a mill man. and bis experience was confined to one month's work in a wholesale house. Judge White How much money have youf Mr. Carr From eight to nine hundred thousand dollars. Judge White Where do you keep so much money? Mr. Carr In the honse. Judge White WhatI In the house? Mr. Carr Yes, I have had it tbere for four years. The Banerleln Brewing Company, wholesale, did 300.000 north of business last year. They sometimes sold eighths at the brewery, and Judge White read the riot act as to the indis criminate sale of beer at breweries. The firm were certain tnat they did not furnish any SDeak-easies, as their drivers bad orders that if anyone got more beer than they thought conld be sold by themselves to stop selling to them. To Mr. Christy the ap plicant denied sending wagon loads of beer into prohibitory districts. Fred C Hampe, Lower St. Clair township, withdraw bis application. Barihold Bauman, 40S Ferry street, was the first wholesale applicant. His receipts last year w ere ESS, 000. Of this 18,000 was for beer. Jug-Selling on Saturday. Frank Bonestalli, 10 Diamond sqnare, did 18, 000 h orth of business last year. His goods were principally wine. He sold no beer in jugs, but did sell ine in j ugs. Judge Vt'nite You sell a great many jugs on Saturday? M r. Bonestalli Oh. no: sometimes 6, 8 and 10. Judge While My reports are that there is a periect string of jug buyers at your place on batutdays. Mr. Bonestalli That's not so. Bennett Bros'.. 135 First avenue, reported their tales a Utile over 300.000 They sold no hcei in jugs, as tbey dian't handle beer. Llauorswere sometimes sold in jugs. Tney sell occasionally by the bottle and allow nn drinking on the premises. To Mr. Christy the applicant admitted to doing borne compound ing. -Mr. Christy called tbe Court's attention to the fact ibat nearly all wholesalers com pounded liquors, which is contrary to the law, without pa log a special license. Judge White What is compounding? Mr. Bennett It's tho blending of whisky to gether. Mr. Christy I will say that under that act Tou arc liable to prosecution? Mr. Bennett Then every wholesaler in tbe Bute is in the same boat. Max Freedman, 214 Market street, did from 1-iUWO to 30,000 worth of business last yeai. He bottled no goods except whisky. Mr. Chiisty wanted to know if the applicant wasn't triuc to get a transfer of license for the Holme-. Hotel, in Beaver, but this was denied. Joseph Fleming t Son, 412 Market btreet, stated their rereipts from liquor last year were 73,0U. Otto Frey, 7 Diamond Square, did business io the amount of 100.000 last year. Their trade is wines aud liquors exclusively. Guckenheirner 4 Co., 83 and MS First avenue, sell nothing tesb than a car load to anybody. Philip Hamburger A Co.. 29 and 30 Diamond square, do not handle beer and sell nothing iu jugs. Knocked Out In Short Order. Oswald Heckman. 207 Market street, was ex amined for a retail license and was refused. Judge "White That ends your case, then. This is a palpable fraud, and done to deceive the court. S. Klenordlinger 4 Co., 5 Diamond Square, reported their business as 81,250. They did not handle beer and sold whisky by the bottle. George A. Kelly 4 Co. reported their drug sales as about 600.000, and liquors 8.000. They sell only on orders from druggi-ts. O'Doberty 4 Co.. 17 and 18 Water street, re ported their receipts as $161,500. They handle only wblfky and wine and only sell in bottles when ordered by customers. 1 hey compounded the same as others. Judge White These wholesalers had better look out with their compounding. Schuetz, Renziebausen 4 Co. reported their caips muo over j,wu. iney handle whisky, wine and export beer. Myer Rosenthal, 403 Ferry street, did bn. nets to the amount of 10,000 Use year. He bottled about a half barrel of beer dailv, and mid none in jugs. Otto Schmidt, 12 Diamond Square, handled all kinds of liquors, but no beer. His business last year amounted to $51, 000. J. U Abel 4 Co. reported their sales as 80.000, and thought tbey. obeyed the law. Chrles 4 F. H. Bruening. 226 Second avenue, did business to the amount of 225.000. Tbey handle only Cincinnati beer, and sell only to wholesale and retail dealers. John Drhew, 4 Grant street, has no license, and was refused a retail license last year. Judge White How many houses do you own? Mr. Drhew About 16. Judge Whlje And you had trouble about renting some for improper purposes? Mr. Drhew Yes; but the case was never tried. Mr. Christy You were also prosecuted this year? Mr. Drhew Yes; bnt 1 was discharged. I was asked to vote for Gourley and didn't do it, and I think that was tbe reason. Isaac N. Finch, 12 Smithflcld street, sold in jngs and bottles,'and bis business amounted to 38.000. John C Finch, 1S6 Water street, is a brother of the former applicant, and did $31,000 worth of b mine's during the year. This end ed the hearings for tbe day. MADE EVERYBODY LAUGH. A Lawyer's "Wit and Sarcasm Convulse All Who Boar Him Peculiar Suit for Balr Work Goods Value of Trade Secrets Other Court Callings. The suit of the National Artistic Hair Wonc Company against the Benedictine Sisters was on trial all day yesterday, be fore Judge Ewing. Early in the day coun sel for both sides asked leave of the court to change tbe title of the defendants to "St. Bene dict's Academy, of Allegheny, Pa," which was cranted. The suit was an action to recover 1,845 for material fnrnisbed the Academy, which con sisted of a lot of charts, gaily painted on light canvas, showing cattle, dogs, children and divers objects, togetbel with a pamphlet of some 100 pages which was called a book ot in structions. This latter was said to be valued at 254, and in tbe plea of the plaintiff great stress was placed on the value of "secrets of tbe trade," etc Tbe defense held that the ma terial was in excess of what had been ordered, and that which was furnished was exorbitant in price. To substantiate this, several dealers in artists' materials were put on tbe stand, and four pupils of tbe academy alo testified. Thomas M. Marshall, Sr., was the principal couusel for the defense, and his address was entirely confined to ridicnling the elaim of the plaintiffs. He convulsed the court, tbe jury and the onlookers, at times, with his sarcasm alined at the "high artistic merit" of the goods, their gaily-painted charts of "hairy dogs nice, hairy dogs or were they" woolly ones? and the cattle! and the little girl I a nice, re spectable little girl to be in that company, and see that hone I wouldn't want him in my barn." Then Mr. Marshall turned bis attention to tbe book of instructions wherein trade secrets were said to be contained. He read portions of it to tbe jury, and characterized tbe entire matter as very commonplace, and declared there was no secret in it. Tbe Judge's charge to the jury will be made this morning. ' .A EECE1VEE ASKED T0B To Continue the Bnslness of the Russell Manufacturing: Company. A bill in equity was filed yesterday by George Russell against the Russell Manufacturing Company, of McKeesport, and James B. Kuhn, W. E. Harrison'Jane Sinclair, executrix of H. B. Sinclair: Peter Patterson, in trust for Charles Patterson; W. 8. Kuhn and Samuel M. Hilands. The firm made brass goods and enamel plates, and was organized in March. 1SS6, with a capital of 100.000. Janu ary 1, 1SS9, they closed down, and on tbe 21st a meeting was held and directors elected, and Russell held 300 shares of stock and elected himself one of tbe directors, but declares he is unable to protect his Interest, owing to the re lations of the other directors with J. 8. Kuhn. He alleges the latter has dealt with the as sots as though they were his own, issued notes and incurred largb indebtedness, and persists in keeping tbe works idle for the purpose of destroying the value of the stock, that he may acquire its ownership. A receiver is asked, for that the works may be put in his bands for a continuance of the operations. A BONO OF FRIENDSHIP. Peculiar Addition to a Will for Which a Probate Is Asked. There was filed with Register ef Wills Conner yesterday a sort of bond of friendship that may have an effect in the distribution of the estate of tbe late Thomas J. Owens. His will was filed January 31 last, having been dated January 30, 1SS9. In it he left the estate to his children. " Yesterday a small paper was presented to Register Conner, signed by the deceased, di recting his executors to deed two lots on Penn avenue to M. Z. Evans, in trust for his son, Roscoe Evans, "to commemorate our long friendship." This instrnment was dated Janu ary 30, 1890, one year later than tbe original will and one jear earlier than the will was filed. There will be a hearing to argue tbe validity of tbe last paper on Monday morning before Judge Hawkins. A MEASUKE FOE PE0TECTI05. Why an Execution for 855,000 Was Entered Up Yesterdayl An execution was entered yesterday by J. Q. Gettman, guardian and trustee, against C Yeager for 25,593 96. It Is in tbe nature ot a measure of protection, he being tbe trustee of several persons who are interested with Mr. Yeager in the Columbia Iron and Steel Com pany. He filed a bond in 50,000 on assnmlng this guardianship, and is tbe trustee of the fol lowing persons for the following amounts: Julia Wills. 1,007 12; Elizabeth E. Yeager. 16,672 18; Anna M. Wills, 5,071 14, and A. Lippmau, 1.620. To this amount is added at torney's fees for collections 1,228 54. Other executions issued were: The Janecki Manufacturing Company, Limited, vs P. P. Millikin. 849 53, and James Brown vs John M. Brown, 233 77. To-Bay'a Trial Llits. Common Pleas Court No. 1 Thompson vs Gulick & Co.; Carson vs Gulick fc Co.; McDon ald vs Liggett; Gallagher vs Murphy; Adams vs Scully; Eaton ts Kleber Bros.; the Safe De posit Company, administrator, vs Huckensteln & Co.; McKain A Co. vs Getty; McMunn vs City of Allegheny; Schoonmaker vs Toerge etaL Common Ploas CourtNo.2 Kuril vs Kramer, administrator: Carson vs Federal street and Pleasant Valley Railway Comnany; Tappan & Co. vs Manufacture fine Galvanizing Company; Pittsburg and Castle Shannon Railroad Com pany vs Myers. Considers Her Father Insane. A petition was filed yesterday by Mrs. Martha Jane Bertscbe, asking that an Inquisition be held as to the sanity of Thomas Ward, her fatber. She sets forth that be is insane and unable to manage bis estate, and prays that he be sent to an insane asylum. The petition states that in lt6 Thomas Ward was sent to Dixmont. Monday, May 4, was appointed by the Court as the day on which a bearing will be held. Notes From the Courts. The suit of Barbara Steinbrurer against the Pittsburg and Western Rallaay, is on trial be fore Judge Stowe. The bankruptcy case of A. F. Baum was con tinued in the United States Court yesterday from tbe May to tbe October term.- A verdict for tbe defendant was given yes terday in tbe suit of Angustus P. Mott against William H. Barnes, receiver of the Allegheny Valley Railroad. The salt of the Pennsylvania Company vs the Allegheny Valley Railroad will be argued before Judge Acheson. In Philadelphia, to morrow. A box full of records in the long-drawn-out case was sent there from here yes terday. Medicinal Herbs for the Grip. An old nurse has discovered that certain herbs quilted into a pad and worn on the chest and kept moist by a prepared tinct ure, made by the Aunt "Rachel Pad Co., of Passaic, N. J., will surely prevent grip and other contagion. They are worn by thousands, not one ol wliom has ever caught la grippe. Ask your druggist for it, or send $2 to Aunt Bachel for one. A bottle of tincture goes with it, 10 Per Cent Reduction On all spring suits this week, to make room for summer goods, at Kosenbaum & Co.'s. Eefbeshing and thirst-quenching. Iron City Brewery's beer. Telephone 1186, Cash paid for old gold and silver at Eauch's, No. 295 Fifth avenue. "WTSu Ladies' Blazen. black from $1 75 to $10, at Kosenbaum & Co.'s. Life Insurance Written In Pennsylvania In 1890. Advance sheets of the forthcoming offi cial report ot, Insurance Commissioner Por ster shows business written by the various life insurance companies in Pennsylvania in 1890 as follows: L Equitable $14,573,681 .2. Mutual 9,034,758 3. New York 8,888,435 4. Perm Mutual 6,608,884 6. Provident Life and Trust.... 6,454,658 6. Northwestern 4,161,781 7. Travelers. .' 3,194.176 8. -National 2,801.490 9. Mutual Benefit 2,269,623 10. New England 2,263.891 11. Union Central 1.695".121 12. "Berkshire... 1,487,333 13. JEinn ,.. 1,262,451 14. Massachusetts Mutal 1,231,107 15. Manhattan 1,184.669 16. Connecticut-Mutual 883,121 17. State Mutual 748,500 18. United State 683,540 19. Provident Savings 654,000 Twelve other companies 3,035,276 The Equitable, it will be'noticed, leads all of its competitors by several millions, as it has done for several rears past. All Bay Friday for the Poor. To-day we devote to the poor people, sell ing their wants in the clothing and furnish ing goods line at first cost.and Some in stances for less than first cost. Please note the prices we will name on clothing to-day. Yon mavcut this out and bring it with you so you will be sure to get just exactly what we advertise. 45 men's medium light colored cheviot suits, all sizes, from 34 to 42 ...?1 65 350 men's cassimere and cheviot suits, in 10 different patterns, cut either iu sack or cutaways, in nice dark or medium shades, at. $4 86 50 men's plain black cheviot sack suits, nil sizes. $5 60' 75 boys' cassimere and cheviot suits (long pants), sizesl3to 19, for $2 80 350 boys' cassimere and' worsted suits, 15 different patterns, plain or pleated, sizes 4 to 14, at (1 23 500 men's cassimere and worsted pant, 10 different patterns, at 31 40 The sale begins promptly this morning at 7:30. P. C. C. C, Pittsburg Combikatioh Clothing Company, corner Grant and Diamond streets, opp. the Court House. The People's Store, Fifth Avenne. To-day and Saturday a special offering of 42-inch hemstitched Swiss embroidery, elaborate and handsome designs, 29 cents. Campbell & Dice. WobkinomeS', we want you to lee the (10 men's jiuits we are selling to-day for $6. Bear in mind these suits can only be ob tained at that price to-day iworkingmen'a day, at Sailer & Co.'s, cor. Smithfield and Diamond streets. Bargains in every quality of wall paper. 517 Wood street. Wh. H. Allen. Extra long cream, pink and black silk mitts at Kosenbaum & Co.'s. Cash paid for old gold and silver at Hanch's, No. 295 Fifth avenue. wrsu MEETINGS. MEMBERS OF THE PAPER CARRIERS' Union Local No. 6230. A. F. ofL., will meet at tbe residence ot onr late brother, Joseph Schmidt, Sterling street, bead ot Twenty-second street incline. Soutbside, at 2 P. M.. sharp, TO-DAY, to attend tho funeral of our late brother, Joseph Schmidt Bv order of the PAPER CARRIERS' UNION LOCAL, NO. 5230, A.F. OFL. ap23-39s ELECTIONS. Omen of the Westisghouse Elec- ) tbic and Manufacturing Co., Pittsburg. April 23. 1891. ) NOTICE THE ANNUAL MEETING OF the stockholders of tbe Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company will be held at room No. 64. Westmgbouse Building, corner of Ninth street and Penn avenue, citv of Pittsburg, on MONDAY. May 4, 1E9L at 10 o'clock A. M.. for the purpose ot holding an election for directors, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come Deiore tne meeting. iranier uooes win do closed from Friday, April 24. until May 4. both days inclusive. - CHARLES A. TEKRY. ap24-34 Secretary. PROPOSALS. OFFICE OF THE Alxeghent county Workhouse, rouse, J .PA. S HOBOKEN "MOTICETO BUTCHEKS-SEALED PRO ll POSALS will-'be received through the postofilce to the above address until SATUR DAY, April 25, inclusive, for furnishing tbe workhouse for one year with good boiling beef, free from bone, in the following proportions: One-third check, one-third plote and one-third brisket. Total amount needed, from 400 to 600 pounds daily, except Sabbaths. Place ot de livery, on board of cars Western Penna. R. R. at Federal street station. Time for the com mencement of tbe delivery. May 1. Tbe workhouse will furnish the necessary tubs Tor the meat. HENRY WARNER, ap20-35 Superintendent. PROPOSALS for Bridge Superstructure and Masonry, and Filling Tres tle Approach, Office of County Controi-ier. ( PlTTSBURO, PA., April 22, 189L ( Sealed proposals will be received at this office until 4 o'clock r. M., Wednesaar, April 2), 1S91, for tbe superstructure and masonry of seven wrought iron tbrough-plate girder bridges, and for the construction of one stone aich bridge, located as follows : No. 1. Over Little Deer creek, at James Car son's. Skew bridge, 38 feet clMr span, 41 feet extreme leneth. Depth of girder. 43 inches. Static load, 750 pound per lineal foot. No. 2. Over Lowries run at Henry Good's. Bridge 27 feet clear span. 30 feet extreme length. Depth of girder, 43 inches. Static load, 700 pounds per lineal fcot. No. 3. Over Abers creek, at Millisee'a Mill. Bridge, 42 feet clear span, 45 feet extreme length. Depth of girder, 43 inches. Static load, 770 pounds per lineal font. No. 4. Over Poketos creek, at Logan's Ferry. Bridge, 52 feet clear span, 55.5 feet extreme length. Depth of glider, 54 inches. Static load, 800 pound" per. lineal foot. No. 5. Over Little Bull creek, at Bortner's. Bridge, 33 feet clear span, 41 feet extreme length. Depth of girder, 48 inches. Static load, 750 pounds per lineal foot. No. 7. Over Deer creek, at Moses Reen's. Skew bride, 33 feet clear span, 33 feet extreme length. Depth of girder. 48 inches. Static load, 730 pounds per lineal foot. No. 8. Over Streets run, at Hays' coal works. Skew bridge, 48 feet clear span. 52 feet extreme length. Depth of girder. 54 inches. Static load, 800 pounds per lineal foot. Live load for all bridges. 2,000 per lineal foot. All of above bridges to be built in accordance with plans and specifications on file. No. 6. Over Big Sewickley creek, at Duffs Mill. Stone arch bridse. 26 feet span. Seg mental arcb. Also, for filling trestle approach to bridge over Cliartiers creek at Duff's. Bridge contractors should examine the sites for themselves to ascertain their-pecnllarltles, the extent ot false-work reqnlred and facilities and for transportation, etc.. before bidding. MASONRY. The approximate quantity of masonry Is about 2,400 cubic yards, and must be of good quality conform to specifications. Bids to be by tbe cubic yard in place, price to include excavation, pumping, shoring, coffer dams, etc Contractors must visit tbe sites of proposed bridges before submitting a bid. Tbe county will furnish the cement loaded on cars at any railroad depots in the cities of Pittsburg or Allecheny. the contractor to pay tbe freight. All bids mnst be addressed to the County Commissioners, and indorsed "proposals for bridge superstructure,'' "bridge masonry." or "filling trestle ipproach." as the case may be, each proposal to be accompanied by a bidder's bond, wiih two sufficient sureties, in tbe snm ot noUess than 50 Der cent of tbe whole amount ot the bid. Bidders must bid for each bridge separately, and may, in addition, bid for tbe lot as a wnole. Bids for bridge No. 4 must he addressed In separate envelopes to the Commissioners of Westmoreland and Allegheny counties. The right to reject any or all bids Is reserved. The party to whom the contract Is awarded shall give bond, with two sufficient sureties, Iu double the amount of the contract, for tbe faithful performance of the contract. Plans may be seen and specifications and forms of bond obtained at tbe "face of Charles Davis. County Engineer, after Thursday, April 23, 1891. JAMES A. GRIER, ap22-3-D County Controller. B3IHsvlay advertUementt one dollar per tquare for one intertion. Ctattffled advertise ments on this page, such as Wanted, Jbr Sale, To Let, etc, ten cents per Jtne for each inser tion, and none taken for less than thirty cents. Top line being dtsplaped counts as two. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BUSINESS OFFICE, Cor. Smithfield end Diamond Streets, ALWAYS OPEN. BRANCH OFFICES AS FOLLOWS, WHEKK WANT. rOK SALE. TO LET. AND OTHEIt TRANSIENT ADVEKriSEMENfcl WILL BE KF.CK1VKD UP TO 9 P. M. FOK INSERTION. Advertisements should be prepaid unless adver tisers already have accounts with THE DISPATCH. KOlt THE SHUTHSIOE. NO. H12 CAKSON STREET. TELEPHONE NO. 6022. FOR THE EAST END, J. W. WALLACE, SOX VB.SH AVE. PITTSBUKS-ADDITIONAL. THOMAS MCCAFFREY. S509 Butler street. EMIL G. STUCKKY, 24th tnet and Tenn ave. ALLEUHltNY. A. J. KAERCHEK. 59 Federal street. H. J. McBKIDE, Market Honse, Allegheny. F. H. EGGEl'.Si SON. Ohio and Chestnut sts. THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aves. (J. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves. l'EKKY M. GLE1M. Hecca and Allegheny ayes. WANTED. Hale HelD. BAKER-FIRST-CLASS BREAD AND CAKE baiter: clean and sober. Call at DISi'ATCH OFFICE. Saturday, 4 P. M. ap24-80 . BOX GOOD, SMART BOY TO ATTEND news- ana clgsr stand. Apply at ST, CHARLES HOTEL, from 9 to 11 o'clock. ap24-5S BOY TOLF.AKN BARBMR BUSINESS. AP TLY at 2tt FEDERAL ST., Allegheny. ap21-:i CLERK-INVOICE CLERK OV EXPERIENCE in glass factory work; give references and salary expected. AdJrcss FOSTOR1A GLASS COMPANY. Fostorla, O. an23-92 COOK IMMEDIATELY M'ALK COOK: white. Call at WALKER'S, No. 6 Sixth St., second floor. ap24-76 COATMAKER A FIRST-CLASS COAT MAKER immediately; none but a good man need apply: good wages and steady work guaran teed the year around. Inquire of J AS. A. Mc NAI.LY. 6(0 Liberty St., city, or GEO. L. TEETERS. Apollo, Pa. ap24-W TME MAKERS-FOR MAKING DIES FOR I J sheet metal work. Apply Pll'lSBUKG BRASS CO., Allegheny, Pa. ap2-15 FORF.MAN-FOCNDRY FOREMAN. STRICT LY' temperate, pushing and having experi ence In handling men: mnst be well up In heavy green and dry sand molding, and conversant with cnpola and air furnace practice. LEWIS FOUNDRY AD MACHINE CO.. 1,1m.. Pitts burg. Pa. ap22-94-wihrsn M- ACHIN1STS AND MILL.WRIOHTS-AP- PLYtoG. A J. iilESECK, Sixteenth st. ap24-64 MAN OF GOOD ADURESS-TO SOLICIT FOK a publication In high tavor: a rare-opportunity for right person. Address J. G.. Dispatch office, city. ap24-17-?8n MEN -AT ONCE, HONEST. K.NEKGETIC men to travel and solicit orders for nursery stock; permanent employment and good pay: ref erence required: state age and previous occupa tion. Address R. G. CHASE CO.. 1430 South Penn Square, Philadelphia. Pa. ap20-40-Mwrsu MILLWRIGHTS. ROUGH CARPENTERS, and splkers at newlron City Elevator.Soutli side, near Point Blidge. J AS. STEWART & CO., Contractors. ap22-36 M USICIANS (25) FIRST -CLASS. FOR f!lmpnt. rMrrns? a Tpsr'l BtPArir filnnlOT- ment to the right people. Inquire at AMERICAN HOUSE. Liberty st. : to-day at 10 A. M. ap24-5 SAPER HANGER-CALL AT K SHERIDAN av.. East Kcd. BLACK. ap2i-74 REGISTERED GERMAN "DRUG CLKRK-A. BECK, cor. Twcirth and Diamond sts., S. 8. . ap24-14-FSU SALESMEN-ON SALARY OK COMMISSION to handlethe new patentchemlcallnkeraslng Sencll; the greatest selling novelty ever pro ured: erases Ink thoroughly in two seconds; no abrasion or paper: 200 to noo per cent profit; one agent's sales amounted to (020 in six days; another S321U two hours: we want one energetic general agent for each Stale and Territory; sample by mall S3 cents. For terms and fufl particulars, address THE MONROE ERASER M'G. CO., La Crosse, Wis. ap21-91 SALSSMEN-S EXPERIENCEDSHOE SALES MEN: permanent positions; highest wages to first-class, thorough shoe men; others need not apply. W. M. LAIRD. 433 Wood St. , ap24-S3 SOL1CITORS-FOR CHEAPEST AND BEST life Insurance policy. MURRT EDS A 1.1,, 14 Fidelity ISnIldlng. ap21-76 STENOORAPHEK-TO ATTEND TO CORRE SPONDENCEand promlscnous clerical and general duties. Address. with particulars, CLERICAL. Dispatch office. ap24-37 TAILORS-THREE FIR5.T-CLASS TAILORS to wort on renalnng and altering. Apply to JAMES DICKSON, 85 Fifth av., second floor, at oncN ap21-D AILORS-THREE FIHST-ULASS TAI LO RS to work on repairing and altering. Apply to JAMES DICKSON. 65 Firth av., second floor, at once. ap21'D TAILORS IMMEDIATELY-E1GHT OK TEN first-class coatmakers. Apply at Messrs. GEARY 4 SMITH'S, Merchant Tailors. Oil City, Pa. ap22-52 TEAMSTLR.--WAGES If A WEEK AND board. Address P. P., Dispatch office. ap22-S2 YOUNG MAN STENOGRAPHER AND typewriter: also to assist in office: state alary expected; also references. Address X. Y. Z.. Dispatch office. ap24-68 YOUNG MAN TO ASSIST ON BOOKS AND collect: must be good writer and correct nt figures: stale salary expected. MALTLIQUORb, Dispatch office. ap23-24 Agents. AGENTS-TO SELL THE NEWEST AND best subscription books In the market: the most recent additions to onr list arc "Onr Great Continent," "Losslng's United States," "John Boyle O'Reilly's Poelry and Songs of Ire land." "The Soldier in the Civil War:" tend for catilogne, terms and territory. P.J. FLEMING & CO.. 135 Fifth av. apl2-TUWTliFSSu Female. Help. COOK -IMMEDIATELY: GOOD, FIRST CLASS female restaurant cook (white. ) In quire 505 WOOD ST. ap24-73 c ,OOK A GOOD SECOND COOK AT KESTAU- uam.io. laiiiniiAV. ' ap?4-u Glltl. TO DO HOUSEWORK: FAMILY OF 3: must have good reference. MRS. MACK. 21V Dinwiddle st. ap24-61 I- ADY STENOGKAPHER-MUST BE THOH J OUUHLY competent: resident of East End preferred. Addreas. stating age, experience, reference and salary expected, REMINGTON, Dispatch office. ap23-32 Male and Female Help. COAL MINERS. FARM HANDS. COLORED driver, teamster, dining room girls, chamber maids, dishwashers, laundry girls, nurse girl, second cook, 200 house girls, ftlcuoks, 20 chamber maids, housekeeper. MEEUAN'S, 545 Grant st. Tel. 90. ap20-D CROOKS CHAMBERMAIDS. NURSES, J laundresses, dlnlngroom girls. 200 bouse, girls, five young girls, German and colored girls, drivers, farm hands, gardeners, white and col ored waiters. MRS. L. THOMPSON, 603 Grant street. ap23-D Situations. BOOKKEEPING-1 ATTEND TO ANYTHING, in the line or intricate accounting, such as opening and closing of hooks or correction of errors: also give Instructions In the use or the Voucher System. A. F. BAWUILL, 1S7 Federal St., Allegheny, Pa. dcS-54-D POSITION-BYBARKEEPKR-GOODMIXER; city or country; good references. Address A. FLE1TZER. 4 Virgin alley, city. ap24-40 POSITION -BY LADY' STENOGRAPHER and typewriter; relerence -given. Address POSITION. Dispatch office. ap'M-13 POSITION-AS COOK, OUT OF THE CITY; good reference. Address K. C. G., Dispatch office. ap24-32 Rooms, Houses, Etc TO RENT FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS-A furnished or nnfurnished bouseor eight or ten rooms in the country; mnst he on the line of railroad and within 30 minutes' ride of the city. Address, stating terms, etc.. RENTER, P.O. Box iw, xiEtsuurg, i-a. apz3-o. Boarding. BOARD IN A JEWISH FAMILY BY TWO Jewish young men. Address, etc.. J. U., Dispatch office. ap24-7S Financial. MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY. SUBURBAN and farm properties: stocks, school and municipal bonds, as well as other securities, negotiated. ED. W1TT13H. 410 Grant St., Pitts burg, Pa. ie!4-25-D M ORTGAGES ON CITY OR ALLEGHENY county rjronertv at loirt ratM. HKNRtf A. WEAVER S CO.. S3 Fourth avenue. mh2-o TO LOAN 1200,000 ON MORTGAGES flOO anduovrard at 6 per cent: 1500,000 at 4)4 per cent on residences or business property, vacant lots or larras. . H. FRENCH, 1251 ourth ave. . OC23-D WANTED-MONEY TO LOAN ON MORT GAGES, in large and smalt amounts, at lowest market rate or interest. See W. A. HER RON & SONS, S3 Fourth av. ap3-28-T Miscellaneous. ALLTO USE JONES BEDBUGPAltALYZEU Jones' Magic Roach Powder: contains no poison; roaches banished oy contract; satisfac tion given or no pay. Prepared by GEO. W. JONES, 222 Federafst.', Allegheny, Pa. Sold by au first-class druggists. Residence No. 80 Mon tery st, iyll-42-uWF DRUG OU HARDWARE BTOKE-IN OR near city. Adfiress APOTHECARY, Dis patch office. ap24- LADIES TO KNOW THAT THE SCHOOL OF Design and Dress Cutting Is nowllocatedat ji. Kirwii a, au are invitea to can ana investigate our methods. aplJ WANTED. Miscellaneous. MACHINERY-ONE 30-INCH OR 32-INCH by 10-foot lathe: one 24-Inch by I4-lncliby 6-foot planer: one 30-lncH drill press; all second hand and In first-class order. THE RICHMOND STANDARD SPIKE AND IKON CO., Richmond, Va. ap23-2 PUHCHASERS-FOlt THOSE BEAUTIFUL lots at Nadine Para, only 30 minutes' ride from the Union depot, on tho A. V. R. R. : prices average 300: only 1 percentdown; ft per week; no interest; no taxes. Plans, etc., from E. D. WINGENHOTH. 100 Fourth ay. ap2i-54 FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE. City Residences. BIGHAMST..MT. WASHINGTON-SIX-ROOM frame house; large lawn, fruit trees, shrnb bery. etc.: lot 50x100: price. S3, 300. BALTEN SPERGEU& WILLIAMS, 113 Fourth av. ap24-33 CORNER PEACH ALLEY AND BEDFORD avc 2-story brick dwelling 6 rooms and at tic and a 2-story frame, 4 rooms and attic; lot 23x 83, both for 13,200, J. C. P.GILLY, 77 Diamond st. " ap22-72 COZY LITTLE. HOME FRAME DWELLING on t ebster av., seven rooms and bathroom at a low figure; houe built on rear of lot, which is 21H83. j. c. RE1LLY, 77 Diamond st. ' ap22-7r! DWELLING-FOR SALE OK WILL TRADE for Sha.lystdeor East Liberty lots, three story brick dwelling of eight rooms and a two-1 stury brick dreltingof four rooms on rear of lot: Vlckrov st, ; paved part of It; both houses rent for H! Pr "month; lot 23x97. J.C. KEILLY. 77 Dia mond st. ap22-72 FOR SALE-f2,00O-CHEAP BRICK HOUSE 5 rooms; lot 20x61 ft. only a few minutes' walk from P. O. (S3). See W. A. HERKON SONS, 80 Fourtb av. . ap24-5I-MJ" MILLER ST., CITY. NEAR CENTER AV.-nlne-room brlcs liousa Willi all Improve ments; lot 20x108; renting for 378per year: price. HC00; terms to suit. BALTENSPEROER i. WILLIAMS. No. 143 Fourth ay. ap.!4-33 Ol nO MARY 8T..SOUTHSIDE-FINKTWO-rrUt STORY frame house of 3 rooms and cellar, newly papered and painted: lot 20x60 feet: price only l,3O0. A. A. ALLES &BKO., 1202 Car son St. Tel. 6111. ap24 4 East End Residences. BRUSHTON STATION. EAbTEND AV.-NEW 2-story frame residence: 7 rooms. bath. h. and c. water, natural gas, electric lights, hall, front and rear porch, nicely papered and painted: lot 50x150; a complete home; wll( be sold for less than cost: owner anslons to sell. SAM Eu W. BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth av. ap24-41 COLLINS AV.. K. E.-NEW NINE-ROOM frame house, hall, vestibule, hath, both gases, porches, etc.; good level lot: price. H500: terms tp suit. BALTENSPJSUGER & W1LL1AMS.143 Fourth av. ap24-33" HOUSE A HANDSOME MODERN AND " roomy honse In best of locations at onlv SS,ucoril rooms and bath, reception ball, sliding doors, etc.. two porches, complete laundry, ex cellent dry cellar: within three minutes of P. R.R., two minutes ot electric aud easy five min utes' walk to Fifth av. cable: fine lot. 40x161: house panered throughout, sees. A. DICKIE A CO., Penn and Shady ays., E. E. 2123. ap23-93 INVliSTMENT PROPERTY ALLEGHENY City, Webster St., between North and Taylor avs., brick dwelling, seven rooms, batb. finished attic, slate roor, etc.: also. In rear. Veto St.. frame dwelling, six rooms, attic, etc.: houses In good condition: Iot20 feet by 100 to Veto st : price to, 500; pays over 7 per cent net. (cl21) ALLES& BAILEY. 164 Fourtb ay. Tel. 167. apl8-I3-lIWFSSu (Q 300-HOWE ST.. NEAR BBLLEFONTE tE0 st.. two-story frame dwelling of 9 rooms, ball, bathroom, w. c, range, both gases.l&undry, porches, etc.; house papered: lot 32x100 to alley. (a387). BLACK Jt BAIRD, 95 Fourth av. ap24-2T' AHecneny Residences. BIG BXKGAIN-IN AN ALLEGHENY RESI DENCE If sold on Friday or Saturday, to close up an estate, as one of the owners lives in the West aud will positively sell It this week atsame price. C. H. LOVE, No. 93 Fourth av. ap24-35 PERRYSVILLE AV., ALLEGHENY-AT A bargain, a five-room frame house, porches, stable, grape arbor, shrubbery, etc.; lot 126x170; terms to suit. BALTENSPXRGEli & WILLIAMS, No. 143 Fourth av. . ap2-33 WESTERN AVE., BY JOHN K. EWING A Co.. 107 Federal St. A 6.500 property for to. 500. If sold before May 1: a new pressed brick bouse 8 rooms and all conveniences: lot 0x130 to a payed and sewered alley. Immediate posses sion apg-80-WF Suburban Residences. KELLY ST.-2 MINUTES FROM W1LKINS BURU station, a frame house of 8 rooms and finished attic; also reception hall, folding doors. Inside shutters, bathroom, hot and cold water, slate mantels, gas and electric light, back and front porches: lot 50X122 to an alley. Inquire of JOHN 3ICDAV1TT, Alpha St., near Brace Bros.' laundry. East End. . apli-59 OVER AN ACRE OF GROUND FOK SALE OR trade 5 minutes from railroad station, 15 minutes from city: Improvements, house 8 rooms, s'able, wagon shed, tjrult, etc.; will divide. See A. D. WILSON, 55 Federal St., Allegheny. an.21-l9-D TWELVE ACRES AND FINE LARGE RESI DENCE in Green Tree, near. West End; property occupied by Mr.Wm. Fleming: snlendld orchard;.coplous flow of water: small fruit and market-garden supplies In great variety very line residence of 12 rooms, carriage house and other outbuildings, etc. ; one or the most desirable suburban properties near to either city. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 313 Wood St.. Pittsburg. ap23-55 2 ACRES AND GOOD RESIDENCE IN THE suburbsnear tbe city; only 3 minutes trom railroad station; 8 rooms In residence, hall, porches, natnral gas. etc., etc., copious flow of pure water, great variety of fruit and shade trees and shrubbery; a pretty pl.icc. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 313 Wood si., adjoining Fourth av... Pitts burg. ap23-55' Atlantic City. A TLANTTO CITY. N. J.-ltENT OK SALE XI, Hotels, cottages and oalli honses; lots for sale In all parts of the city; also south Atlantic City. ISRAEL G. ADAMS A CO., Real Estate Agents. Real Estate and Law Kulldluir. fe-W FOR SALE LOTS. CUT Lots. WASHINGTON fTHIHTY-HECONU M ward) near Monongabela Incline, nice level vacant lots, each 25x100 feet, ranging In Srice fi om S350 and upward; terms eaiy. (1176). LACK & BAIRD, No.95 Fourth av. ap24-a.-rsn East End Lots. FOR SALE-S550-BUILDING LOT 20X100 FT. On line or cable cars; a bargain. (C4). See-W. A. HERKON & SONS., 80 Fourth av. ap24-52-25, 29 my5 LOTS-CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS ON AT LANTIC, Pacific Friendship and Wlnebld nte avs.: reasonable prices, good terms. SLOAN & CO., 5C06 Penn av. apH-25-Fsu Sf 750-LARIMERAV., NEAR SlIETLAND il av.. vucant lot. 50x104 to 20-rt. alley: beau tiful location. (a65) BLACK &BA1KD, 9SPonrth av. ap:4-27 Allegheny Lots. LOT-BY JOHN K. EWING A-CO., 107 FED EKALstreet; lot 75x150 on California ay., near up'erlor ay., (owner will sell for less than It cost him If sold at once). ap22-'i7-wp Suburban Lots. LOTS 23X110-1N NADINE PARK. SITOATlS at Wlldwood station, on the A. V. It R only 30 minutes' ride from the city; these lots are beautifully located and will rapidly Increase In value owing to'ho new buildings and other Im provements In contemplation: prices arc 300; only 1 ner cent down: (I ner week: no Interest: no taxes. For plans, etc.. call on or address E. u. wiflur-KUiH, iw roumiav. ap-M- SUBURBAN l'ROPKim d'UE LARGEST lots, the lowest prlceb and the easiest and best terms In tbe county at Shcradcn, 15 minutes lroid Union station: see Shcradcn before you buy else where. ANDREW PATTERSON, Secretary, 13 Fifth av. fe27-72-D HE BELLEVUE ELECTRIC R. R. F.LE VA'IOR, Windsor Park, and jras well; the finest Site in Western l'a. for a hotel or club house: the park contains about five acres and commands the finest view on the Ohio rlTer, overlooking the. Davis Island dam: this property. Including the railroad and a tras well capable of supplying 100 ramllles, aud now piped over2,009 feet and In use. will he sold nt a great bargain. For particulars call on GEO. S. COTTON. 157 Ladoclc st., Allegheny, ap9-47 3X ACRES ON LINE OF RAILROAD. NEAR the city, close to two railroad stations; ele gant place to lay ont In lots aud a bargain to a prompt purchaser. JAS. W. DRAl'E & CO., 31 Wood St., adjoining Fourth av.. Pittsburg. ap2S-55 f OOO-EDGEWOOD, -HAWTHORNlS AND .311). Locust sts.;. vacant lot, 194x216 leet. (1.42) BLACK & BAIRD. 95 Fourth av. ap24-27 FOR SALE BUSINESS. Rusincss Opportunities. AN OIL AND GAS PROPERTY NET PROF ITS from Jan. 1 to April 1 were 84.2P0: price, SIC, 000. Call on or address E. 11. ADAMS, JR., Room L Troutman building. Butler. Pa ' apl4-85-p BATH ROOMSTHE FINEST EQUIPPED and most centrally located Turkish bath rooms In the city: n good man can make 50 to SS0 weekly. For full particulars call on ROSS V. BLACJT, 712 Penn av. ap22-I4 INTEREST IN ONE OF TifE BEST LOCATED restaurantr in the city: only men who under stand the busWiess need apply. Address S., Dis patch office. ao24-18 SAWMILL, CHEAP-GOOD AS NEW, WITH two saws: sawmill without boiler and englue. Inquire ore. A. SMITH. East Liverpool, Ohio. ap22-55 S TONE QUARRY, MANUFACTURING BUSI NESS: S. 000 capital: one-hair interest in ma chine shop; grocery stores, S209 to, (5,000; nillk route, bakery route, nsh and oyster depot clear ing ISO per wee. HOLMES & CO., 420 bmlllineld street. apl"-72' WELL-ESTABLISHED HARDWARE AND . house furnishing business In a thriving manufacturing town on Hue of railroad; business is In a highly prosperous condition; profits last year HOW and Indication point to an Increase this year: almost no opposition: best of reasons for selling. Particulars coniidentlally from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 313 Wood St., adjoining Fourth ay , Plttsburc. ap21-97 ffi-I 000 WILL PURCHASE A FINE tpll merchant tailoring bdslness. Address M. T. B., Dispatch office. apS-3 Itarness Properties. BUSINESS PROPERTY-ON A GOOD BUSI NESS street forSIiOOO, now rented for JL200 a year: must bo sold quick an.l for cash to close up an estate. U. H. LOVE, No. 93 Fourth av. ap24-35 FIFTH AVENUE. FEW FO.UARES FROM Court llouse-Ncw rour-stnrr brick building, storeroom ana six suites or flats, with modern conveniences: also, on rear of lot fronting on paved street, two almost pew two-story mansard brick dwellings. Mi rooms each; total rents oyer 92,000 per year, lot 25x112: at the price positively the greatest bargains on the avenue to-day: pays big Interest: investigate. .BAXTER, THOMPSON 'ACQ.. 162 Fourth ay. p20-2-MWF JTOR SALE 3IISCELXA.Nr.OCS. Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock. Etc CQACH-CnEAP-SECOND-HAND COACHi barouche, buggy, double and single har ness; also, fine biy horse. Inquire ROOM. No. 58 or No. Ill Fourth av. apI3-27 H ORSE-JN QUIRE OF JOHN A. TULBKIST, Hirer ay., Aticgncny, ra. ap -u- Machinery and Metals. ENGINES AND liOILERS-SF.COND-HAND: largest stock orall slies; m36. 12x24. 12x18,10 X20, 10x16. 10-12,9x12, 8x12. 7x12. Gxl2: mounted rat able engine, hollers ol all sizes, shafting, pullers pumps, governor, etc Telephone, 3401. 23 and is Park Way, Allegheny. Pa. J. S, YOUNG. apll-D "DOIST1NG ENGINES. DERRICKS AND n derrick forgincs, steel hoisting and guy ropes in stock; stationary engines and boilers, shears, clay and ore pans. etc. THOMAS CAR LIN'S SONS, Lacock anr baudnsky streets. Alle gheny. Pa. . au5-35-MWK SECOND-HAND F.NG1NF.3-ONE 27 II. P. Ball pat. electric light englne,-almost new: one 8x3. one 7x7, one 5xb, vertical engines: one heavy 14x24. one 11x12, 3 8x12 and 27x12. In hori zontal engines: all good as new. HARMES MA CHINE DEPOT, JB First ay Pittsburg. Pa. jajo-n- rjIHE CELEBllkTF.D ACME AUTOJ1ATIU JL safety engines and non-explosive boilers, for gas or oil luel, from one to llve-liorse power: also, the latest Improved ventilating fans: perfect satisfaction guaranteed: by J. Pit AU Etc. Gen eral Agent, No. 4 Fifth av., Pittsburg. Pa. feI5-I65-MWF' miscellaneous. , AT PUBLIC SALE AT OFFICU OF A. J. PEN TECOST, 413 Grant st. Pltt6bnrg-Book ac counts of state of Charlotte Blume, deceased, Friday. April 24. at 10 A. M. THE SAFE DE POSIT COMPANY, ofPlttsburg. Administrator. apl7-53-Mwr SECOND-HAND MKKRY-GO-ROUND IN first-class condition. Inquire of GEORGE W. LAUGHL1N, Palace Hotel, Homestead, Pa. aplO-89 FER&ONAX. PERSONAL CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD and6llver: jewelry repaired: new work made to order. CHRIS. HAIICH, 541 Smithfield st. apl9-i;l PERSONAL WEBSTER'S LARGE QUARTO Dictionary. S2 CO; special bargains In ol J and new books during this month. FRANK BACON i CO.. 301 bmlthfleld st. mhir PEKSONAL-F1NE BOOKS-WE HAVE THE finest collection of finely illustrated hooks in Pittsburg: beiutirul bindings: low prices: come and see them: hundretl&of books for presents. LEVI'S BOOK SIOKE. 900 Liberty st. deU PERbONAL-AL PERSONS USING ARTI FICIAL eve should buy them from the CHESSMAN OPTICA LCOMPANY.'No. 7; Fed eral St., Allegheny; they carry tbe largest line of the best material and guarantee them lor one year: the only house In the United States that makes this offer. ap2-yj-ThFsu LOST. LOST-GENTLEMAN'SBREASTPIN.BROWN stone set valued as family relic on Wednes day afternoon, between Wood st. and Federal st. station. A liberal reward will be paid for same at OROGAN'S JEWELRY bTOKE, 443 Market St.. cor. Fifth av. ap24-56 FOUND. FOUND-PERFECT COJ1FOKT IN READING, by having my eyes thoroughly examined and a pair of the celebiated Jl crystal specs nUJusted by the experts or the CHtSSMA'.N OPTICAL COMPANY, No. 4t Federal St.," Allegheny. ap2-92-Thrsn REMOVALS THE BUSY BEE HIVE HAS-REMOVED from corner Sixth and Liberty streets to new building. 38 WYLIE AVENUE, one square from Fifth avenue. Dolls and other presents will be civen away with purchases. ap22-87-HtVT GEORGE KAPPEL, THE MUSIC DEALER. Has removed to his new granite building, 534 SMITHFIELD STREET. ap22-88-MWT H. L GHILDS & GO. Mill Supplies, Rubber Goods, Belting, etc.. Have removed to 102 WATER ST. mb27-76-Mnr W. J. EAST, Architect, Has removed from Federal St, Allegheny, to offices located in WESTINGHOUSE BUILDING, mb4-42-MWF PlTTSBURO, h. ROSS W. BLACK, BARBER SUPPLY HOUSE, Has removed to 712 PENN AVENUE. next to Penn Building. Razors ground and honed. Shaving materials furnished at lowest price. mh27-77.MvrF DR. J, O. BOOKSTOC& DENTIST, Removed to 43S Penn Avenne. apl2-lQ-3lW7 BUST BEE HIVE has removed from corner Sixth and Llb- rty to 38 Wylle ave nue, one saiare from Fifth avenue. Dolls and other presents given to purchasers. ap24-.MWF EARTLEI BOSE BBLT1N9 CO., -REMOVED TO- 634 SMITHFIELD ST. apl2-20-MWF T E.MOVAL THIS IS IO NOTIFY ALL JA members of the Duquesne Building and Loan Association that on and after the 17th Inst, the association will meet at their new meeting place, Oeoree Steuernatrel's. corner Chestnut and Liberty sts.. Allegheny. Pa. By order of the association. ITRANK J. FERTIG, JR. Secretary. ap23-75 READY FOR BUSINESS. We have secured possession of the two larze and substantial bulldinns, Nos. 48 and 48 Sev enth avenue, opposite New Grant street, and with a complete stock of new. goods respect fully solicit tho patronage of tbe RETAIL DRUG TRADE. In addition to the goods formerly carried in stock we have added a' full line of DBUG GIFTS' SUNDRIES. This department.wl!l be under the care of MR. CHARLES BAB ST. who will be glad to meet his former friends arid customers and to serve them acceptably. NO GOODS AT RErAIlT 9 L H. HARRIS DRUG CO.,. NOS. 48 AND 4S SEVENTH AVENUE, " PITTSBURG. PA. apl-3-D CHARLES S0MERS & CO., 129 FOUBTH AYR (Telephone 1773) Real Estate and Mortgages. 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 Ave. Telephone 5.'577. 6019 Penn AVe. Telephone 5328. nfl.76 McNAUGHER & CO., Contraciora for Paving Sidewalks With' Cement. Brick and , Fire Brick, Concreting Cellars. 110 FEDEUAL ST., ALLEGHENY, PA. Curbstone furnished andset. Ie7-6S-D .PATENTS. O. D. LEVIS, Solicitor of patents. . 131 Fifth avenue, aboveUmlthfleldt next Leader office. No delay. Established 20 years.- se25- H. O. HOWABD, CONTRACTOR FOR Pavlnc, curbing, sewering and concreting eel. lars, and repairing brick and stone work, and bulldlnc engine and boiler foundations. Office: 108 FOURTH AV, Telephone, 1460. ap4-28-D City Residences. DWELLING ON FOURTH AYE. THREE stories: 10 large rooms, hall and all conven iences, and In koou repair; rent low. BLACK ft BAIRD. 95 Fourtb av. ap2!-6t Alleclieny Residences. TO LET-A VERY NEAT HOUSE. 5 ROOMS. No. 179 llldwell. nr. Franklin St.. Allegheny; location cood; 18 permonlh. SendtorlLt. W. A. HERllON SONS, W Fourth -av. ap20-4-jrwTt 140 RIDGE AV.. ALLEGHENY-NICE tiH..lr X rrwims- halh. Ttanfrv. ranorp. case, ffooa cellar: rcni s4oo. a pp. j mi-. . -"."-:.- r-.r. .- ..- r iw- l.AnitULSLU.. tvaiersi., oeiow renn.i, PlltsburR. apIO-50-Mwrt Suburban Residences. THE MOST ' BEAUTIFUL SUBURBAN place on the Ft. Wayne Railroad; residence contains 12 rooms, balls, porches, with larae grounds; plenty of rrutt: carrlaae honse, etc 01LACK A BAIRD. 95 Fourth av. -. ap22-51t Rooms. FURNISHED ROOMS-SINGLE OB ENTIRE flat for housekeeping; bath, etc 8 WYLIE AVENUE. ap24-59t F URN13HED ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING. M luuan st.j near wylle. ap:-eoT Itusiness Stands. STOREROOM AND .CELLAR NO. 407 FERRY st..- near Llbcrtv; rent verv low, a)so some unfurnished rooms. Forpartlcnlaxs Thqnlre at McMANUSa CO.'S,,cor. or Wood and Fourth st. ap2Ml-wrsut STOREROOM-AT 72 WYLIE AY.: HAS A good cellar underneath, plate glass front, flagstone .pavement: rent moderate. Inquire, of M. DtPU Y, pn the premises (upstair.). ap23-Ut "TTrARKROOMS-TWO WAREROOMS. FRONT V 1NG on street, railroad, siding In rear; rent, 480 per month each; also, 10.000 square feet flour space, with use of power and railroad sldlnir. Inquire at W. A.- HOK.VELEK'3 STORAGE WAREHOUSE, Twelfth and Pike st.., Pittsburg. ap21-7t ' ' - LEGAL NOTICE. J. COUEN & CO.. Attornejs-at-Law, 83 Diamond Street. ESTATE OF JIARTIN ROETH. DE CEASED, late or Allegheny Cly. 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 tbe same should make them known without delay. MARIA ROETH. Executrix, 178 Ohio St.. Allegheny City. apl7-43-F J. J. SIEBENECK ATTORNEY, NO. 1 WYLIE AVE.. Estate of Mathtas Fire, deceased. EXECUTRIX NOTICE NOTICE. IS hereby given that letters testamentary on tbe estate ot Mathias Fire, late of tbe city of Pittsburg, county "of Allegheny, and State of Pennsylvania, deceased, have been granted to tbe undersigned, to whom all persons indebted to said estate are required to make immediate payment, and those having claims or demands against tbe same will make them known, with out delay, to CATHARINE FIRE; Executrix, Nn. 511 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg. SIAKCII26.1S9L. mh27-63-T NOTICES. Offick of ; Treasurer Allegheny County, J April lr 1S9L ) NOTICE. IN PURSUANCE OF THE TWENTY FIRST section.of au act relating to Alle gheny county, approved the 1st day of May, 1SG1, and of the amendment of the said sec tion, apprsved. the '30th. day of -March, A. D. It6fi.,l do hereby sire .notice, tnat the dupli cates for tbe several wards, boronghs and townships will be open, and l will be prepared to receive tbe couniy, 5tate and poor taxes for the year IS91 on and after the FIRST DAY OF il AY. -1631. Said- taxes can be paid at this office until the FIRST DAY OF AUGUST, with a deduction of 5 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 Aiignsc There will be 10 per cent added to all taxes remaining unpaid on the 1st day of September, 189L JOMN A. BELL, Treasurer of Allegheny County. mli11-12.D EDUCATIONAL. St. John's Military School, MANLIUS. N. Y. SUMMER SCHOOL, Rt. Rev. F.D. HUNTINGTON. S. T. D.. Presi dent. Apply toLL Col. WM. YERBECK. Snpt. mhI-135-Hwr AUCTION SALES. STOCKS. STOCKS, Executor's Sale of Valuable Stocks Will be sold at auction, by order of tbe execu tors of tbe estate of R. C Gray, deceased, at the Pittsburg Stock Exchange building. No. 115 Fourth avenue, TUESDAY, APRIL 28, AT 330 P. ST., The following valuable stocks: 200 shares People's National Bank, 40 shares People's Savings Bank. SO shares Safe Deposit -Company. 60 shares Fidelity Title'and Trust Company. 200 shares M. dc 31. Insurance Company. 2U0 shares Boatman's Insurance Company. 4C0 shares Pittsburg Cyclorama Company. 6 shares South Fork Fishing Club. 10 shares Duquesne Land Company. JOHN D. BAILEY, Auctioneer. Office, Room No. 9. ap22-61-D POSITIVELY THE LAST WEEK OF THE SALE - OF - JAPANESE AT 626 SMITHFIELD ST. Sales dally at 10 a. h., 2 and 7:30 v.js. KOBINSON & CO., Auctioneers. aplO-152 i UCTION SALE Fine fnrniture. carpets, tool chest and tools, notions, etc, FRIDAY, April 24, at 10 o'clook, at the moms or tbp HENRY AUCTION COMPANY, 311 Market street. The entire furnisbment of a fine residence moved to the stoje for sale. Tapestry, parlor snite, oak folding bed, bookcase, sideboard, office dusk, tool chest and tools, mattress, brings and bedding; also parlor suite in brocatelle, tapestry rugs and clush cham ber suites, wardrobe, sideboards, book case, desks, table, chair and rocker, leather couch, brussels, velvet and ingrain carpet for room, halls and stair, mattress and bedding, lot of notions, toys. etc. ljarce lot of fine flower and garden seeds. The goods now nn exhibition and must be sold as the owner is leaving thn citv. . HENRY AUCTION CO.. op23-72 Auctioneers. AUCTIONS ALE Of a two-story brick dwelling house, with a one-storv frame kitchen, situated at No. 1019 Sarab jtreet,Pittbure. S. S. Theabove prop erty will be sold to the highest bidder on SATUBDAY, APELti 25, 1891, at 3 P. M. Said house to be removed within SO days from day of sale. By order of DIRECTORS OF- HUMBOSDT .SUB-DISTRICT feCHOOL. T " ap23-35. . AUCTION SALES Of Stationery, Artists' Materials. Blank and Pass Bonks, also German Books, on MONDAY, April 27. at NO.- 529 LIBERTY STREET, at 10 o'clock A. 31., and 2 o'clock P. M., daily, until the entlro sock isaold. v GEO. W. BACKOFEN. ROBINSON &. CO., Auctioneers. , ap24-43 J. A. McKELVEY, Auctioneer. Household furniture, property and live stock. umceai rrani.sr.own &r usitnu. Tcrms-npon appllctlon. mbS.143-D ciioici: pRoi'ERTua sio.ooo Will buy three fine, new elght-room dwellings, corner lot, two squares trom Fifth Avenue Cable and on line of Duquesne Traction. Sit uate in Shadyslde. . Wul rent for $1,188 per year. , MUST BE BOLD. BAXTER, THOMPSON & CO., 163 FOURTHiVENTJE. P2445 -- -3I LOOK OUT! We will have something ' to say to you in next Sun day's paper that will prove -very interesting; . Page 9 of next Sunday's Dispatch and see if you have won one of our prizes. $750 will be given away. LOOK II! To the beauties of our- location- at Sheraden, on the Panhandle. Our prices. Our terms. Our inducements. Our im provements. .Our office open until 8 p. sr. Sun day's Dispatch will give all the news. Wood, Harmon & Co,, AGENTS, u4S yield Street, -OO4$"3"0OQ-?" ap24-43 FOR SALE-VERY CHEAP. LOOK Of! Handsomest Lots at Swissvale, P.R.RY, 'M IN THE PALMER PLACE PLAN. Good wide streets and alleys. Location high ' and healthful. Lots 40x120 feet, $1,000. . Lots 23x120 feet, SoOO. Lots 2x125 feet, U0O. ,t Terms easy. For plan e f HENRY H. NEGLEY, At office nn the premises, or W. A. HERRON A SONS. apll-i-H,14,17.21,24 bO Fourth ar. BARGAIN. Southside Property, .. I ' 14 ACRES. - ": . e Admirably situate for sub-division: 3 to 5 mb utes) walk from 2 Inclines, 2d minutes from Pittsburg postofilce. Jlost available and best bargain on market; big money iu it to early, buyer. Apply to GEO. T. ROBINSON, Robinson Roa Mfg. Co., 53 Corson street,- Or LM. TEN NOCK i SON. 117 Fourth Avenue. apl5-97-irw"X $115 FRONT FOOT. LLOYD'S CIRCLE. 10OFEETON DITHRIDGE STREET By 177 feet. This price rood for this week' - - only. See Agents, BAXTER, THOMPSON 4 CO- ap22-T9 162 Fourth Avenue. . -' m ffl m 1 I 1