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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1889.
THE SHOD SPLITS,
Jut Doesn't Quite Sever, on the Ques
tion of a Here Form.
JOMMON SERVICE, OR OLD ONE!
hat is the Question That Agitated the
I PLACID EVENING SERVICE, HOWEVER.
After the opening or yesterday's lively session
f the Lutheran Synod at the Trinity Lutheran
Hiurch, Her. S. A. Holmes, secretary of the
Board of Publication, read the biennial report
if the board. It shows the net assets to be
:5S,2M 16, and the sales $63,391 46 for the year
sndrag March 3L The aggregate sales of Sun
lay school periodicals for the two years was
ibout 4.000,000 copies. Rev. Mr. Leveringhaus
umplained of the lack of consideration given
.o the education of German ministers during
ie past two years.
Dr. Baum claimed that the board was not
jnpported by authors, and that work that
mould be done by the board went to other
printers. Then there was a squabble. Dr. Wolf
aid that lie was not to blame that New York
printers secured the contract for printing the
'History of the Lutheran Church;" the board
:ould have had it If they had worked for it.
The board recommended the appropriation out
af the profits of the following amonnts to
ihurch organizations for furtherance of their
work: Board of Home Mission. 2,000; Board
of Foreign Missions, 1,500: foreign missions.
Tor hospital, 500; Board of Church Extension,
2,000; Parent Educational Society, 1,000;
Historical Society, $500; Board of Education,
ELOOO; a total of 8.500.
THES IT WAS LIVELY".
The afternoon session was almost entirely
given over to a controversy on the question as
to which service should be accepted as the au
thorized one for general use in churches
throughout the country the common service
or the old one. Each seemed to have its own
corps of admirers, with a slight majority in
favor of the common, or new service, although
many clergymen advocate the authorizing of
both, as the matter was largely individual in
opinion. Dr. Ehrenneld claimed that the
church could not accept any service that puts
any part of it into direct deference. He
wanted the old form placed on a level with the
common, and to allow a church to choose
whichever it preferred. He deplored the ex
citement under which some members allowed
themselves to be placed, and hoped that all
would remember that they were one and not
allow anything unpleasant to occur toward dis
turbing kindly feeling.
Here Dr. Conrad, of Philadelphia, publisher
of the Lutheran Observer, demanded the right
to speak, and on being ruled out by the speaker,
be appealed to the audience; and, on the mat
ter being put to a vote, he was allowed to pro
ceed. The doctor's speech was a denial of
many things that had been imputed to him,
and his discourse was frequently Interrupted
by indignant members, who appeared to take
great offense at his remarks. He was finally
persuaded to take his seat amid considerable
A, KOTE OF WABNCTG.
Dr. Weigel, of Altoona, claimed that the ac
tion of the Synod at Omaha took away the old
service. He wished to say that unless the
present Synod could come a little closer to
gether and consider the matter more systemati
cally, they would do the church incalculable
Dr. Wolf demanded that the Synod be more
careful. He said: ''We have been told that
the majority of churches would not accept the
common service; that spme one bad blundered
in proposing it. He prophesied that the com
mon service would be repudiated.
A motion to limit the speeches to five min
utes was here proposed and lost. During Dr.
Wolfs address he was frequently interrupted,
and finally called upon the chair for protec
tion, which was granted.
Dr. Fries called for a bait in argument. He
claimed that the question had provoked con
siderable bitterness and spleen. He did not
want it settled then, as he knew that a plot was
on foot to carry the vote for the adoption ot
common service. He spoke bitterly of the
meddling editorials published in church papers
and claimed that he had "never known what it
was to worship until he had tried the common
Here a motion to extend time for fifteen
minutes was lost, and, and after the reading of
several important notices, the meeting ad
journed until evening.
The Secretary announced that there would
be music at evening meeting, which, he hoped,
would have a soothing effect on some of the
PERFECTLY PLACID LATER.
The evening session was taken up by Kev. S.
A. Hollman, who delivered an address on the
benefits of the Publication Society. The
church was crowded, and as Rev. Mr. Hollman
is a forcible talker he impressed his hearers
favorably. He pictured the society as the
strong right arm of the Lutheran Church.
The essential purpose of the society is the
distribution of religious knowledge and the
furnisning and circulation of religions litera
ture; and next in importance to the preaching
ot the Gospel was the work of the circulation
of literature to make known the word of God.
The speaker said that the secular press, the
works that appeal to the imagination, the works
on art and science, all have their field: but, be
yond them all, was the work which turns the
thought to God.
87 40 Round Trip to Cincinnati $7 40
Via Baltimore and Ohio Knilrond
On June 20 and 21. Trains leave Baltimore
snd Ohio depot, cor. Smithfield and "Water
streets, at 6:45 A. 21. and 8:30 P. M. Tickets
food to return June 27, inclusive. On J?ri
ay, June 21, special train will leave at
100 P. M., conveying all the Turners of
Pittsburg and vicinity.
Sleeping car accommodations can be se
cured at ticket office, cor. Fifth avenue and
Turners wishing sleeping car accommoda
tions can secure them at Oscar Scheer's, 2o.
112 Fifth avenue.
If yon think of buying one, why not go
where you have thelargest variety to select
from. We have the latest shades in up
holstering as well as the lowest prices. You
will be convinced of this by looking over
the stock at James W. Grove's, Fifth av
enue. Black Jersey Silks 24-inch wide,
one of the handsomest, and certainly the
most durable, of lightweight summer silk
fabrics known; 51 15 a yard; regular price
SI 50. Hugus & Hacke.
Marked Down, Dress Trlnynlngs to Go With
the Barcnln Dream Goods.
53 bead gimps at $1 a yard, and other
great bargains in onr trimming department.
JOS. HORXE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
B. fc B.
Beautiful and effective tusSor stripe India
silks at 95c and $1; tussor stripe side bands
at 75 cents. Way under regular price.
Boggs & Buhl.
Black Cashmeres Our grades of 46
inch wide black cashmeres at 50c, 65p, 75c,
85c and 51 a yard are acknowledged the
best values oflered in the city.
mwtsu Hugus & Hacke.
THE building must come down, closing
out carpets, curtains,. oilcloths, trugs, etc
Geo. W. Sif ajian,
3ITVTS 136 Federal St., Allegheny.
Opr, "24-Inch Surah Kilks at 75 Cents, Un-
By any silks sold under ?1 a yard.
Jos. Horse & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
A. full line of California wines, 50c, full
quart, and by case or gallon.
Wsr. J. Fkidat, 633 Smithfield street.
Puke California port, sherry, angelica,
muscatel, at 50 cents per full quart, or one
dozen assorted at $5 50, at Max Klein's.
Our 84. Inch Sarah Silks at 75 Cents, TJn
equaled By any illks sold under $1 a yeard.
Jos. Hoene &-Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
MISS EOSENTHAL GOT IT.
The Annual Gold Medal Piano Contest at
A large auaienco gatnered at Curry Universi
ty hall last evening to witness the annual con
test in piano playing, participated In by ad
vanced pupils in piano classics, the prize being
a handsome gold medal, this contest having for
years been a feature of the university. The
method has been to have all the con
testants perform the same composition, it
thereby giving a better opportunity to decide
on relative merit. The names of the seven
young ladies and the one young gentleman
were not given, the system being designated
by members chosen at random. The list of
participants was as follows: No. 1, Miss Lizzie
Rosenthal; No. 2, Master "Willie Steiner: No. 3,
Miss Hattie Nichol; No. 4, Miss Annie Pritch
ard; No. 5, Miss Ella Belle Ralph: No. 6, Miss
Olive Dav; No. 7, Miss Annie McKee, and No.
S, Miss Sarah J. C. McCracken.
The composition plaved in turn by each con
testant was Mendlessohn's Rondo Capriccioso,
and after all had performed the judges of the
contest. Prof. F. Bechtel and a well-known city
organist, retired and arrived at the decision
that No. 1, Miss Lizzie Rosenthal was entitled
to the medal. No. 6, Miss Olive Day, receiving
honorable mention. The prize was presented
in v f. ft rnmftrkg hv Prof, Wissman. of
the Curry faculty.
During the evening Miss Came Terrant sang
CLOSE OP A IIUEDEE TRIAL.
In the Allen Case Judge Stowe Will Charce
the Jury To-Dny.
One of the perennial murder trials which
have arisen from the famous, or infamous,
"Yellow row," came up again yesterday in the
resumption of the case of the Commonwealth
against Charles E. Allen for the murder of
Steven, alias "Bud" Lee, before Judge Stowe.
The witnesses sworn at tho morning session
were Captain Mercer, Inspector McAleese, De
tective Coulson and George Owens. Captain
Mercer's testimony was heavily against Allen,
showing that he (Allen) acknowleged that he
shot Lee because Lee had thrown dirt upon
him. Coulson And Inspector McAleese cor
roborated this testimony.
George Owens.who was an eye witness of the
fracas, testified that a- fuss arose, the men
clinched and a shot was fired. At the after
noon session Allen was placed on the stand,
and directlv contradicted the previous wit
nesses. To leading questions he returned
evasive answers, and seemed troubled with an
abnormal loss of memory. He claimed that
Lee drew a knile and that he drew his pistol,
and it was discharged by accident
Other witnesses ere examined in rebuttal,
and W. R. Brennan opened arguments for the
defense, and claimed that Allen was in jeop
ardy of his life. District Attorney Porter
closed the case, court adjourning until this
morning, when Judge Stowe will charge the
0DK OWN LOCAL FLOOD.
A Possible Triumph of Dlind Over Blatter
Comlne at Lnst.
The operation of relieving the Red Pond of
its overflow was suspended Monday night,
owing to the breaking down of the large en
gine, making it impossible to continue the
pnmping. It was repaired yesterday, and, with
the addition of another engine, capable of
throwing 4,400 gallons an hour, work was re
sumed last night.
A new ten-inch pipe has been laid on
Center avenue, which, with the Email
dam built Monday, effectually prevents
any further Inflow. It is estimated that the
water is 45 feet in the deepest part. Work is
being pushed night and day. and Mr. Smith
hopes to have it thoroughly drained inside of 70
hours, after which repairs on the sewer will be
While, of course, it is not pretended that
there is no danger in this large body of water,
'it is yet considered that many people in that
vicinity ate needlessly alarmed.
IN THE GOLDEN CHAIN.
DnqncsDO Lodge Instituted by the Deputy
Deputy Supreme Commander Samuel L Os
mond, assisted by Fast Commander A. S.
Smith, of Allegheny Lodge, instituted
Duquesne Lodge, of the Order of the Golden
Chain, in the Citizens' Insurance Companv's
Hall. No. 102 Fourth avenue, last night, with 40
chartermemhers. The following named offi
cers were elected and installed:
Past Commander, Sanfuel I. Osmond; Com
mander. A. C Shaw: Vice Commander, J. H.
Epnelshelraer; Assistant Vice Commander, Cap
tain TT. M. Awl; Prelate, C. F. Mellck; Guide.
Louis C. Blliler; Secretary. John E. Kobblns: Col
lector, Harry L. Workman; Treasurer. O. P.
Cochran; tiuardlan. A. W. Carey: Sentinel,
K. II. M. Jones; Trustees. Willis H. Smith, H. E.
Bllllngton and Otto O. Heinz; Medical Examin
ers, lrs. C, C. Wiley, H. D. Fulton and J. Chris
The B. & O. Lnke Coal Is Blockading the
Lake Erie Road.
The new arrangement by which the B. t O.
sends all its lake coal over the Lake Erie road,
instead of the Pittsburg and Western, leaves
the Lake Erie in a blockaded condition. The
Lake Erie and Lake Shore, between them,
ordered last winter 1,000 new coal cars. These
cars are constantly being delivered, but with
the lake coal of th B. & O. added to their ex
tensive freight traffic the Lake Erie finds itself
hampered for the want of equipment
In addition, the Lake Erie carries the coal
from the new Bellevernon road. The latter
line has very few cars, and the Lake Erie has
to furnish them with cars.
CENTEE AVENUE'S IMPROVEMENT.
Booth it Flinn Are the Lowest Bidders on
the Biff Work.
An effort will be made to hold a meeting of
the City Board of Awards to-morrow. Mayor
McCallin is still in Chicago.
The work of figuring out the bids has been
finished. It shows that Booth A Flinn are the
lowest bidders on the Center avenue improve
ment, which is the largest contract the city has
made for many years. V
ALONG THE BITR.
There Is Still Plenty of Water, bat Not
Much Coal to Go Opt.
There continues to be a good stage of water
in the river. Most of the water Is coming from
the Allegheny river,-very little running out
of the Monongahela.
The Sam Clark was about the only boat that
started for lower ports yesterday. Others are
arriving daily with emoty tows. The coal trade
is beginning to slacken.
The new wharfboat of James A. Henderson
& Co. Is handsome and spacious.
Baltimore and Ohio Excursion.
Division Passenger Agent E. D. Smith went
out within excursion to Johnstown yesterday
morning. He had ten cars in the train, well
packed with people eager to see the dreary
waste. Johnstown will be a good excursion
place for days to come.
Prompt Action by the Singer manufactur
This Company has been the first to re
open their office and establish themselves
for business at Johnstown since the ereat
disaster at that point. Their headquarters
are opposite the old postoffice, Franklin
street, upstairs, where their many custom
ers in Johnstown and vicinity will receive
attention. They beg to announce that to all
who have suffered by the flood a very lib
eral discount will be given, and to those
who had Singer machines a proper and lib
eral allowance for 'past payments will be
made in the purchase of new machines upon
application to their office at Johnstown.
EXCURSION TO CINCINHATL
Via Pennsylvania Lines, for the National
Tickets will be sold June 20 and 21, at
one lowest first-class limited fare for the
round trip, good returning until June 27.
Trains leave Pittsburg, Union Station, at
730 A. sr., 8 P. M. and 11:15 P. M., Central
500 Engravings Given Away Free, Free,
One 22x28 engraving given with every
p uchase at Treganowan's picture store.
Picture frames, engravings, etchings, etc.
Life size crayon portraits, 25x30, for 86 00.
How is your time, improve it 152 Wylie
Ladies who intent to visit
Btillfi and parties most exquisite,
Or with lovers to elope,
Should not only dress in style,
But before should for a while
Use: Drevdoppel Soap.
To be continued next Saturday.
Six-year old Gibson, Gnckenheimer,
Finch or Overholt, at 5 00, or?l 00, tor each
quart, at Max Klein's. liwrs
WHERE ITS FLAW LAI
That Broken South Fork Dam Dis
cussed by the Engineers.
KOBEETS ONEARTHAND OVERFLOW
Colonel Thinks tho Two Were
Intended to Go Together.
AS TO THE INSUFFICIENT WASTE-WEIE
The Engineers' Society of Western Penn
sylvania held a meeting last night at its rooms.
In tho Penn building. President Brasbear pre
sided. It was anncunced that Colonel T. P.
Roberts would read a paper on the South
Fork dam, but the Colonel said he .had not
been so advised, and had no special report pre
pared. He had made a visit to the dam since
the flood, and was willing to give, as far as he
could, the result of his investigations.
He said he wished to correct one thing. He
had been reported as saying that the rainfall
had nothing to do with the breaking of the
dam. This was an error.
He made a drawing of the dam and ox
plained in detail the proportions of the same.
The waste-wler, he said, was 75 feet
wide, and from what he conld learn a depth
of 1i feet of water had been fldwing through
this outlet for hours before the dam gave way.
Up in the mountain there were evidences of a
heavy rain fall a cloud burst and the waste
wier was not sufficient to carry oft the water
which flowed into the dam. An overflow was
the result, and this was the cause of the dam
Colonel Huberts stated, in answer to ques
tions, that he had no fault whatever to find
with the workmanship and the general con
struction of the dam. He regarded it as first
class in every respect at least that portion of
it still standing. He knew nothing about that
washed away. It was never intended, however,
that an eaithen dam should overflow.
Mr. Charles Davis had also made a visit to
the dam. He also madea lengthy report as to
the terrible force of tne water. Tne character
of tho work on the dam, he said, was much bet
ter than he had expected to see. The dam was
originally constructed under the supervision of
the State Engineers, and it was undoubtedly
first class. Statistics were shown to prove that
earth dams bad stood the test better than any
other. They ranged in proportion of 1 to i
made of stone and 1 to 11 made of timber.
President Brashear stated, in conclusion,
that, from the opinions of the engineers who
had examined the dam, and other evidence
relating thereto, the dam was well enough con
structed. The drain only was not sufficient to
prevent an overflow.
IKCEEASED TO $2,750,000.
Ex'Congressmnn Burr's Protest Ignored In
a Plate Glass Gobble.
A meeting of the stockholders of the Pitts
burg Plate Glass Company was held yesterday
in Creigbton. The capital stock and indebted
ness of the company was increased $750,000,
making the capital stock of the company now
$-',750,000. The increase was to facilitate the
the buying of the new Ford City Plate Glass
Works, as outlined in these columns in April
It was thought the meeting would be lively
on account of tho opposition of ex-Congressman
Barr and the minority: but such was not
the case. Captain Ford and Mr. Pitcairn both
stated there was positively no opposition to
the increase of stock. They say that, when put
to vote, it-vvas carried almost unanimously. At
the April meeting seven of the stockholders
opposed the buying of the Ford City works,
and of thoe members two were present yester
day, but offered no opposition, but instead both
were in favor of the increase.
They further stated that, out of 20,000 votes,
17,200 voted for the increase. As to Mr. Barr,
Mr. Pitcairn stated they intended to ignore
him altogether. Mr. Barr was not present, nor
was be represented.
DISHONORABLE RELIC HUNTERS.
A Johnstown Sufferer Who Lost Tnluablo
J. W. Wonders, one of the Johnstown suffer
ers, who escaped, was a guest at the Duquesne
last night. His escape from the mad water
was miraculous, but his home, business and
everything else was swept along. He says
where his property stood, a case of silver table
ware was found, but even then he could not re
cover it as a park of dishonorable relic hunters
claimed that tbey know him and would return
it safely which they did not. Mr. Wonders
will occupy Charles I. Clarke's cottage at
South Fork this summer.
THE BANK GATE WAT.
One Little Boy Was Drowned and Two
Others Had a Narrow Escape.
Yesterday afternoon as five little boys were
standing on the bank of the river at the foot
of Thirty-sixth street it suddenly gave way,
and precipitated three of the boys into the
water. Somo workmen from the immediate
vicinity went at once to the rescue, and suc
ceeded in saving two of the boys, the third,
however, named Franklin Gearnien, aged 4
years, was drowned. Tbo body was recovered
shortly afterward. Coroner McDowell will
hold an inquest this morning.
FATAL FALL ON A WAGON, TONGUE.
The Peculiar Accident that Befell a Little
Child In Allegheny.
Abou 7 o'clock last evening the 1-year-old
child of Mr. Mortar, who resides in the rear of
44 Second streer, Allegheny, fell from a porch
a distance of ten feet. He struck on the
tongue of a wagon and sustained injuries that
will probably cause his death.
A Bottlo Factory Closed.
The big bottle factory of the Anheuser
Busch Brewing Company, at Belleville, 111.,
has been closed down. Two of the workers
who reside here came home yesterday. It is
believed that this firm will join in the move
ment to force a reduction in the wages of the
bottle-blowers before the next Are. v
. To-Day's Trlnl Lists.
Criminal Court Commonwealth vs Daniel
Davis, John Wittmer (2), Thomas Kelly, Harrv
Gallins. Charles Donahue, John Morosquek (2),
J. G. Schriner, McClurg Donally et al, E.
LovelL William Desmond. E. McConnell, P. J.
Smith. Thomas Brittain et al, Joseph Hirscb,
He Denies It Emphatically.
John Sterling, of 158 Water street, charged
with selling liquor without license, denies em
phatically that he allowed his daughters to
wait upon his customers, as stated by Inspector
LOW RATES TO CINCINNATI.
Excursions Via the Pennsylvania Lines, Jane
g , 20 and 31.
Apply at Union station or 110 Fifth ave.
for tickets at extremely low round trip rates
viaP. C. & St. L. E. K., good returning until
June 27. Trains leave Union station at
730 A. M 8.-00 P. M., 11:15 P. M., Central
Real French Flowers Only '25 Cents a
Beautiful French wreaths at $1, $3 and
$4 kind. Now is the time.
Jos. Horne & Co.'s
'Penn Avenne Stores.
55 to $10 knocked off the prices on onr
fine gingham and satine suits extraor
dinary bargains this week.
Boggs & Buhl.
Pare Rye Whiskies
For sale by Geo. H. Bennett & Bro., 135
First ave., second door below Wood st
I AM selling a fine Havana Key West
cigar 6 or 25c. William J. Feidat,
wrsu 633 Smithfield street
Best $1 50 per doz. cabinet photos in the
city. Panel picture with each doz. cabinets.
Lies' Populab Galleet, 10 and 12
Sixth st. sumwp
Men's Silk Shirts Fancy Striped,
New styles in stock to-day; also, new color,
ingf in'fancy striped flannel shirts.
Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Pens Avenue Stores,
LOCAL ITEMS, LIMITED.
Incidents ofn Day In Two Cities Condensed"
for Itendy Reading.
The mortuary report for the week ending on
Saturday shows a total of 83 deaths In the
The will of the late Geter C. Shldle be
queaths all his estate to his widow, Annie E.
Shidle. She is also named as exocntrix.
The Chicago and Alton road has, withdrawn
from the Western trunk line agreement. The
indications are good for another slashing rate
Bishop Whitehead has returned from
Johnstown. He has secured a hall there for
the temporary use of flood sufferers to hold
The Lake Eri6 and Allegheny Valley roads
expect a rush of people to Lake Chautauqua
from this city. Many have waited until the
prohibition election was over.
The Pennsylvania road resumed the ship
ment of freight from local points along theline
yesterday. It will take another week before
traffic is received at terminal points.
Detective Kobinsoj heard a pistol shot
around the Germania Bank building Monday
night. On investigating he found the watch
man was asleep, and the latter claimed his re
volver had gone off accidentally.
Charles Atjqeestein yesterday sued Jones
Laughlinsfor $10,000, because, as an employe
In their mill, he was struck on the head by a
bursting emery wheel and had his jaw broken,
his teeth knocked out and was disfigured for
To-day's legal audit, list will embrace, ac
counts against the estates of Anna C. McOul
lough. John L. Bergman, K. H. Turner, Chris
tian Feick, John Muckle, David McKee, H. S.
Garrow. Catharine Schild, John Henderson and
W. B. Meller.
William Hatfield yesterday sued the
Pittsburg Steel Casting Company for $10,000,
because, while In their employ, he stepped on a
broken plate which turned and threw him
against a set of cog-wheels, crushing and re
moving his right foot
The Humane Society met yesterday and
transacted rontine business. The following
were the receipts: John Finney, $5; George
Westinghouse, 8100; Metcalf, $25: Henry
Phipps. $25: Mrs. Joseph Dllworth, $25; John
Hirsh, $10; total, $190.
ATTonNEYS Bakewell and W. L. Pierce
argued before the United States Circuit Court
yesterday the patent case of Turner Straw
bridge against L. H. Smith fe Co., for an in
junction to restrain Smith fe Co. from infring
ing ou a patent coffee-mill.
In theCriminal Court yesterday Judge Stowe
ordered that attachments be issued for eight
defaulting jurors of the Quarter Sessions
Court, and also that a fine of $20 be entered
against each one who.doesn't have a reasonable
excuse when brought in by the Sheriff.
The managers of the Exposition Society
met yesterday, arid elected the following life
managers: Henry Phipps, Jr., F. R. Liggett,
William J. Friday, welsbach Incandescent
Light Company, William Anshutz. An addi
tional loan of 100 was received from the
Barnes Safe and Lock Company.
The grand jury yesterday indicted George
Alexander. Harry Alexander, eter Frederick,
John Hennel and Mary Montague for larceny
and receiving stolen goods; Henry Irwin for
embezzlement; Andrew Gillespie for aggra
vated assault and battery, and Fred Werron,
nuisance (keeping a ferocious dog).
Pare Rye Whisky.
XXX 1852, Private Stock 52 00
XXX 1870, Choice Old Cabinet 1 50
Choice Old Gibson 2 00
1879 Gibson .".. 150
Guckenheimer Sublime 175
Gnckenheimer Pure Bye 100
Large's Old Eye 150
Superior Y, Overholt 125
XXXX Old Monongahela 100
Full quarts, case or gallon.
Wm. J. Fkidat, 633 Smithfield street.
Parasols by the Hundreds.
All the latest novelties imported handles
and tops. See the special styles to be seen
only here. Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Everything to be Gained
By buying our fireworks, baby carriages,
bicyles, girls' tricycles, boys' velocipedes,
dolls, toys,etc. Our stock is the largest in
the city. Wg.give you the best goods made
and as low as inferior goods are sold else
where. Look over the line and convince
yourself, at James W. Grove's Filth ave-
Lace Chetains Many lots of which
we have from J to 3 pairs, each style only,
will be sold at very much under value to
close. Hughs & Hacke.
NOTICE WOULD LIKE TO FIND JOHN
KENNY, boot and shoe maker, who came
to Pittsburg from Manchester, England, somo
17 years ago. Any information concerning
him will be kindly received by me. Address O.
R.. Dispatch office. Jel9-36
DISSOLUTION NOTICE NOTICE IS
hereby given that the firm of Gotthart &
croft, at No. 50 East Diamond st, Allegheny,
has been dissolved. The business will here
after be carried on by CHAS. J. GOTTHART.
T)ROPOSALS FOR ORDNANCE BUP
X PLIES. Allegheny Arsenal, Pittsburg,
Pennsylvania, May 21, 1SS9. Sealed proposals,
in triplicate, will be received until 1 o'clock
P. M. on FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1S89, for furnish
ing iron, coal, lumber, leather, fuel, forage,
etc, during the fiscal year ending June SO, 1890.
Printed lists of supplies needed, with full in
structions, stipulations, etc, can be had on ap
plication to MAJOR GEO. W. McKEE.Ord.
Dcpt., U. S. A., commanding.
TROPOSALS FOR ORDNANCE SUP
X PLIES Rocklsland Arsenal, Rock Island,
III., June 12, 18B9. Sealed proposals, in tripli
cate, will be received until 1 o'clock P. M., on
FRIDAY, JDLY 12, 1S89. for furnishing saddle
blankets, forage, silver, gold, stoel, tin, brass,
iron, copper and brass rivets and burs; iron, brass
and copper wire: nails, screws, tacks, bolts,
nuts, leather, thread, rope, duck, paints, oils,
chemicals, paper, cleaning and polishing
materials, files, etc, dnrlng the fiscal year end
ing June SO. 189a Printed lists of supplies
needed, with full instructions, stipulations, etc,
can be bad on application to MAJOR JNO. R.
McGINNESS, Ordnance Department, U. S. A.,
Commanding. , je!9-2
PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING STA
TIONERY, furniture, .fuel and other
In compliance with the Constitution and laws
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, I
hereby invite sealed proposals, at prices below
maximum rates fixed in schedules, to furnish
stationery, furniture, fuel, and other supplies
for the several departments of the State Gov
ernment, and for making repairs in the several
departments, and for the distribution of tho
public documents, for the year ending the first
Monday of June, A. D. lfcOO.
Separate proposals will be received and sepa
rate contracts awarded as announced in said
schedules. Each proposal muse be accompa
nied by a bond with approved sureties, condi
tioned for tbe faithful performance of the con
tract, and addressed and delivered to me before
12 o'clock tu on Tuesday, the 9th day of July,
A. D. 18S9, at which time the proposals will be
opened and contracts awarded. In the recep
tion room of the Executive Department, at
Blank bonds and schedules containing ail
necessary information can be obtained on ap
plication at this department.
CHARLES W. STONE.
je2-69-D Secretary of the Commonwealth.
Office of Bonoron Clerk,
McKeespoet, Pa.. June 15, 1889.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED
proposals will be received at the office of
the Borough Clerk until TUESDAY. June 25L
A.D. 1889, at 4 r.M.,for the following sewers and
street improvements, viz.:
One of 12 inches In diameter on Mulberry al
lev, from Fifth to Sixth avenues.
One of 18 inches in diameter on Market
street, from Twelfth to Thirteenth avenues.
One of 15 inches in diameter on Gould alley,
from Virgin to Martin streets.
One of 12 inches in diameter on Butler alley,
from Strawberry to Mulberry alley.
Grading, enrbing and paving with firebrick
of Grant street, from Shaw's avenue to Evans
avenue, and Olive street, from Jenny land
street to Huey street.
Plansland specifications of the above work
can be seen, and blanks for binding and all In
formation can be had at the Engineer's office
on and after June 2L
Each proposal must be accompanied by a
bond In double the amonnt of tbe proposal and
probated before a notary public, and unless
this is strictly adhered to the bid will not be
Tbe Committee on Sewers and Streets reserve
the right to reject any or all proposals.
jel6-23-15-19-a GEO. B0S8ART. Clerk.
&-DUpla ndverlitemenU one dollar per
square or one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
3b Let, etc, ten cents per- line for each inter
tion, and none taken for less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of tho
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to bo prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with The dis
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 3509 Butler street.
EMU. G. BTUCKEY. Wth street and Penn ave.
E. G. STUUKEY ACO., Wylie ave. and Fultonst.
N. 8TOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
J- W. WALLACE, aPcnn avenne.
MCALLISTEK & SHElBLEIt, 5th av. & Atwood ft.
JACOB 8POHN, No. 2 Carson street.
CHAS. SCHWAEM, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAERCHEK, 59 Federal street.
H. J. McBKIDE. Federal and Ohio streets.
FRED H. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS fc SON, Ohio and Chestnut st.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McIIENKY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. VT. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PEKKY M. OLEIM. Kebecea and Allegheny aves.
ANTEO-A GOOD UAKBEB AT 502 LIB-
jsbty si. immediately. jew-so
ANTED-F1KST-0I.ASS BAKBEB-AT 21
EAST DIAMOND ST., Allegheny. Jel9-53
ANTED-LABOKERS-COB. K03E AND
I.RrnTRKTS rltv. tn wnrlr nn ninf linp.
WANTED-DRUG CLERK WITH ONE Oit
., two jears' experience. Apply at 147 WYLIE
AVE. r rr jel9-100
WANTEU-A BOY TO LEARN BARBER
trade. Apply 52 NORTH DIAMOND ST..
"T7"ANTED-A BRIGHT INTELLIGENT BOY
TV as time-keeper. Apply from 8 to 10 A. M.
at ROSEN BAUM &CO.'S, Market st. Jel9-20
WANTED-A GOOD CRAYON ARTIST;
steady emplovment. Inquire at EU
ROPEAN PORTRAIT CO., 3tt Fifth ave. JelS-1
barber: no other need applv: single man
preferred. N. E. SNYDER, Brookvllle. Pa.
tt bookkeeper. Address, stating experience
and salary expected, H. R. J., Dispatch office.
WANTED-A COACHMAN FOR LIVERY
None nnt sober and experienced need apply
toT. B. MORELANB, 8100 Penn ave., East End,
"TTTANTED-A FIRST-CLASS BARBEK-GOOD
TT wares: steady work: first-class shop. Call
on or address D. G. DOBSON, Box 152, lirooX
vllle, Jeff, co., Pa. Jel9-24
"TIT ANTED - ESPERIENCEU COACHMAN
VV for single horse, and to make himself use
ful about house: slnrle man preferred. Address
JONES, Dispatch office. JelMl
WANTKD-SALF.3MEN FOR CITY: ALSO
local agents In all towns of five thousand
and upward in Western Pennsylvania. J. A.
MCDEVITT, 1036 Penn ave. Jel9-19
WANTED-ASS1STANT DRUG CLEKK 2 OR
3 years' experience, German preferred: also
reliable boy IS vcarsold to learn drug business.
Address JONES, Dispatch office. Jel9-W
WANTED -TWO GOOD STRAP-SADDLE
makers, three iacers and two stitchers for
fine work: none but first-class workmen need ap
ply. GILLIAM M'F'G. CO., Canton, O. Je8-74
habits to work In stereotype foundry. Ap
ply to STEREOTYPER, Dispatch office. Fifth
ave., at 4 this afternoon, and at no other time.
WANTED-A GOOD DRYGOODS SALESMAN
who can trim windows; must have good
reference. Applv in person Immediately to II. C.
& J. K. S. KELLEY, 208 and 210 Fifth ave., Mc
WANTED FOR THE UNITED STATES
army, able-bodied, unmarried men between
the ages of 21 and 35 years: good pay, rations,
clouting ana meuicsi auenaance. a
915 PENN AVENUE, Pittsburg, Pa,
WANTED-ALL HONEST AND COMPETENT
persons seeking employment, having flrst
clasS references, and all persons desiring such
help, to call on or address TWIN CITY EMPLO Y
MENT BUREAU, 67 Fifth ave. (second floor),
WANTED-GENTLEMEN TO ATTEND N.
Y. Cutting School, No. 514 Wood St.:
TJrllng's actual measurement system taught In all
Its branches; tbe only true system flttlne any and
all shapes; Instructions 10 A. M. to 4 r. M. ; even
ings 7 to 9 P. M. ; call or write for circular.
WANTED AGENTS "THE JOHNSTOWN
Horror, or the Valley or Death." The rush
for canvassing books has already begun; graphic
descriptions, authentic Information, thrilling
tales of heroism : agents will have to come In quick.
P. J. FLEMING & CO., 77 Diamond St., Pitts
burg, Pa. Jel3-6S
WANTED-MANAGER-ON SALARY $2,000
per year, to open branch office in your lo
cality; business purely mercantile; one that will
Inspire you with pride, pleasure and profit; trado
established: no canvassing or peddling: a rare op
portunity. J. E. SHEPABD, 25 and 27 TV. Fifth
st., Cincinnati, O. ap3-72-ws
TTANTED-A MAN BETWEEN 25 AND 40
T V years of age, with a practical knowledge of
the natural gas business, able to put together
pipe, fittings, etc., and to keen books and ac
counts In connection therewith, to be stationed
near Washington, Pa. Apply with references to
BOX HM, city, stating wages expected. Jel9r2S
WANTED-L1VE AGENTS ALL OVER CAM
BRIA and suriounding counties to sell this
memorial of the greatest calamity of modern
times, "The Johnstown Horror, or the Valley of
Death;" 500 pages, lully Illustrated: hundreds of
this book are being sent to all parts of tbe world.
For outfits, terms and .territory apply to P. J.
FLEMINGS CO.. 77 Diamond st, Dispatch Bnlld
lng, Pittsburg, Pa. e!5-78
WANTED-A GOOD "WOMAN COOK AT THE
corneror FOUNTAIN AND WASHING
TON STREETS, city. JC19-8
WANTED-2 GIRLS-ONE FOR UPSTAIRS
work, other one for cook; must wa6h and
Iron. Inquire Mo. 182 LOCUST STREET, Alle
-TTrAN,rEr-A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUBE
.V WORK In small family: one who under
stands cooking. Apply at 244 ALLEGHENY
AVE., Allegheny. Jel9-21
WANTED-GIRL FOR COOK IN A SMALL
family, none hut those of experience need
apply, good wages paid. Apply at No. 5828 WAL
NUT ST., near South Hiland ave.. East End.
WANTED-A PRACTICAL HOTEL COOK:
must be a womau not over middle age; a
woman who can give satisfaction can hare a
steady situation at good wages. Address D. MA
GAW, Mew Brighton, Pa. Jel9-B7
Male and Pcmale Rein.
WANTED AT ONCE-GERMAN MAN FOR
hotel kitchen, 10 farm bands, 1 dressmaker,
tlO per week : hotel cooks and assistants, waitresses
and dishwashers, 200 house girls, cooks and cham
bermaids, 1 per week. MEEUAN S, 545 Grant St.
WANTKD - 825 "WEEKLY-REPRESENTATIVE,
male or female. In every community;
goods staple: household necessity; sell at sight: no
peddling; Aalary paid promptly, and expenses ad
vanced. Full particulars and valuable sample
case free: we mean Just -what we say. Address at
once STANDARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston,
Mass. . . Jel4-70-D
WANTED-A SITUATION BY A CUSTOM
cutter as cutter, with a first-class merchant
tailoring trade: 10 years experience: first-class
reference. Address, WM. C. WILKINSON, Cen
tral Hotel, Altoona, Pa. Jel9-3
Boarders and Loclgcfa.
T7ANTED-TWO GENTLEMEN TO OCCUPY
TV furnished front room, with board: three
minutes walk from Scwlckley station. Address,
with references, S. Y., Dispatch office. Jel8-36
WANTED -SUMMER BOARDERS TO OC
CUPY two communicating rooms, on Ft.
Wayne road, 12 miles from city: good rooms close
to station. Address A. B. C, Dispatch office,
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over S4.000; 4K twr cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER & CO., 12 Fourth avenue.
VTTANTED-HENTS COLLECTED PROiUT-
TT LY; property managed wtn satisfaction.
ALLES A BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
WANTED-AT 5 PER CENT. MORTGAGES
In large or small amounts on improved citr
property. v. A. HEBRON & SONS. 80 Fourth
ave. ' Je5-5-MWP
mortgages, city or country property: 4$. 5
and per cent. JA8. W. DRAPE & CO.. 129
Fourth ave., telephone 975. Jc8-85-mwts
WAN TED -MORTG AG ES-tl. COO, COO TO LOAN
lnlargeand small amounts at. 4H. 5 and 6
per cent, tree or State tax; no delay. KKEU B.
COYLE& CO., 131 Fourth are. mv21-0
WANTED-MORTGAOESI MORTGAGES! IN
sums ofSSOO to 820,000 and upward on city
or suburban Improved real estate, at lowest rates.
ALEXANDER A LEE, 313 Wood st. Jel5-94-MWS
TTT ANTED TO LOAN 8500,000. IM AMOUNTS
TT of 13, coo and upward, on city and suburban
property, on X percent, free oftax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and per cent. BLACK & BAIRD,
95 Fourth avenue. sea-d28-p
WANTED MORTGAGES, LARGE AND
small. EDWITT1SH, 410 Grant St.. Pitts
-TTTANTED-SIORTGAGES-MOJ. EY TO LOAN
VV lnsnmsto suit at AH, 5 and 4 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
i an iii-mui;ifTAUJ!d-p,uiuiiuijUAn
V V on city and suburban properties at'4K, and
6 per cent, and on larms In Allegheny and aqja
cent counties at 8 per cent. 1. M. PEN MOCK A
-T7'.AN'rKU-T0 LOAN 8200,000 ON MORT
W GAGES; J10O and upward at 6 per cent;
f500,000 at 4K per cent on residences or business
property: also In adjoining counties. S. H.
FREN CH, 125 Fou rth avenue? oc31-84-D
TTTANTED-CUSTOMERS FOR DIAMONDS,
T V gold and silver watches, marble clocks, sil
verware, etc., at 81 per week upward, at 1W Ked
eral St., Allegheny. J. MITSCH. Jel5-Mwrsn
ANTED-LADIES TO KNOWHAUGH &
Kecniin Tenalr. refllilsh or UDholster old
furniture promptly and In the best possible man
ner. 33 AND Si WATER ST. 'Phone 1KB. my9-82
ANTED-DRESSMAKING OF EVERY DE
SCUllTION to order on short notice, at
GARNIER'S EMPORIUM. 802 Penn ave. : special
Inducements to ladies wishing to learn dress
making and cutting. JclQ-35
ANTED-50O EMPTY COLOGNE SPIRITS
or whisky barrels, without charcoal: must
be in rood order. Address, clvin? price de
.. .". -r... . : . t-.f ....vsv... -.
Uvcred at Plttsbnr wharf.
J. W. UU.HT2.K, 1XZ
Main st., Wheeling, W. Va,
WANTED MY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER. 96 FHth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that be is making fine cabinets at 81 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous process. mhl3-A3
WANTED - ALL PERSONS DESIRING
rooms in any part of tbe two cities, fur
nished or unfurnished, call and see if we can't
supply you: information free. TWIN CUT
ROOM RENTING AGENCY, 67 Fifth ave. (2d
floor), Pittsburg. je!9-9
WANTED-BUYERS FOR LARGE, LEVEL,
beautifully shaded lots, overlooking the Ohio
river, on line of railroad and proposed electric
street railway, In the midst of schools, churches,
stores, fine .roadways, elegant surroundings, at
Groveiand: free excursion on steamer Mayflower,
leaving Monongahela wbarf, foot or Wood St.,
8:30 sharp, Saturday morning. June J2: returning,
arrive at 5F. 51. ; music aboard: lunch at noon,
under the shade of magnificent forest trees on the
ground; come with your wife and children; free
tickets now ready; call for them at office of May
flower. WILSON, BAILEY & CO.. 118 Water St.;
at SOMEKS HROS. 4rC()., G39 Llbertv St., or at my
office. CHAS. HOMERS. 313 Wood St. e!9-14
FOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
-arrioR sale-no. 43 linden st.. sixth
JD ward, near Chestnut. 7 rooms only 83,000. W.
A HEBRON &. SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-NO. 30 BLUFF ST.. SIXTH
ward A good honseof 8 rooms; price low.
W. A. HERROM & SONS. 80 Fourth ave.
Je 16-73-17. 19, 21, 24, 27. 29
FOR SALE -RENTAL 900 PER YEAR; PRICE
$6,500, Wylie ave., near Jones st., 4 new
brick dwellings; sewered; lot 40x112 to 20-foot
alley. ALLES &BAIXEY, 164 Fourth ave.: tele
phone 167. Jel4-42
FOR S ALE-804 WYLIE AVE., BRICK DWELL
1NG; mansard slate roof, 6 rooms, finished
attic, hall, cellar, gas and water, etc.; lotlSftxlOO
ft.; price82,75Q; termscasy. ALLES & BAILEY,
164 fourth ave., Tel. 187. iel3-M
FOR SALE-WASHINGTON STREET, NEAR
Fifth ave., a 2-story and attic brick dwell
ing of 6 room;, hall, vestibule, bathroom, inside
w. c, h. and c. water, slate mantels, elegant
chandelier, etc.: lot 19x107 to an alley: this fine
city home a bargain. BLACK & BAIRD, 95
Fourth ave. JelS-5-D
Enst End Residences.
FORSALE-AT 82.7CO-GOOD BOUSE 5 ROOMS
on Atwood near Forbes st. W. A. HEBRON
ASON8, SOFourthave. jelS-73-17,19,21,24,r7,29
FOR SALE-SOUTH HILAND AVE., E. E..
a rare opportunity: an elegant new brick
house of 8 rooms; all conveniences; well worth
3.500: will sell for 57,500 on terms to suit. D. t.
THOMAS & CO., 408 Grant st. JeI3-83
FOR SALE-8300 DOWN, BALANCE 15 PER
month and no interest, for a 6 room frame
dwelling In the East End, only 5 minutes from the
station, with nice large lot; price 81,800. SAMUEL
"W. B LACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave. JelS-27
FOR SALE ON MABIPOE AVE., BEN
VENUE, justa few minutes from station;
lot 50x1X0; beautifully laid out, with new frame
dwelling of halL 10 rooms, bath, porches, both
gases, etc, newly papered throughout: only 83,000;
easy payments. THUS. MCCAFFREY, 3509 Hat
er st. my28-59-wsu
FOR SALE ON BRUSHTON AVE., 3 MIN
UTES' walk from Krushton station: lot 50x110
ft., with new 2-storv frame dwelling of 6 rooms
and halls, stone cellar and shingle roof, front and
rear porches, all modern conveniences: price
82,600: one-third cash, balance to suit. THOMAS
MCCAFFREY, 8509 Butler st. Jel8-107-ws3u
FOR SALE-SHADE. ROOMINESS AND OUT
LOOK are features to consider in buying
residence property; these and many other ad
vantages are possessed by the elegant and com
modious new houses upon Oakland square, which
Is one of the most attractive neighborhoods In
the city; only fifteen minutes' from the heart of
the city, yet with all the attractions ot the coun
try; dwellings finished In the neatest and most
durable manner; streets paved with asphalt and
sewered; natural and artificial gas: frontlr.g on
handsome park planted with shade trees: new
cable loop (for which ordinance Is In Councils) to
go within 100 feet of the square; price of bouses,
standing on lots 30x100. 86,500; terms, moderate,
cash payment, remainder upon long time: most
beautiful district or the city and convenient to all
parts. Apply to BAMUEL "W. BLACK & CO.. 99
Fourth avenue. ' myl2-71
FOR SALE-?4,000-NO. 238 "WASHINGTON
ave., Allegheny; lot 24x129; frame house six
rooms and store; good value. A. LEGGATE &
SON. 31 Federal St., -Allegheny. Jel4-n
FOR SALE-ARCH ST.. ALLEGHENY, NEAR
parks, 2-story frame house of 6 rooms and fln
lshedattlc nat.and art.gas. city water, porch, etc.:
good lot: only 83,500, on easy payments. REED
B. COYLE Jfc CO., 131 Fourth ave. Jel9-17
FOB SALE-EESIDENCE. JAMES ST.. NEAR
park, Allegheny City, two-story brick resi
dence containing eight rooms, finished attic bath,
hot and cold water, back stable, heater in cellar;
lot 20x110 feet to 25 ft. alley. A. J. PENTECOST,
413 Grant St. JelS-47
FOR SALE--CHEAP-WEBSTER ST., .NEAR
parks. Second ward, Allegheny, 2-story
brick dwelling and finished attic, nail and vesti
bule, both gases and water: stationary wasbstand,
slate mantels, etc.: lot 20 feet front: terms easy;
84.500. REED B, COYLE & CO., 131 Fourth are.
FFOB SALE-DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
New, North Canal st. Fourth ward, Alleghe
ny; two story pressed brick, containing elsht
rooms; bath, hot and cold water: stationary
wash stands, laundry, stationary wash tubs. Lot
25x188 ft.; front and rear entrance. A.J.PEN
TECOST, 413 Grant st. Jels-47
and stood lot 25x90 feet, with side entrance.
No. 10 Greenwood avenue, near Beaver avenue.
Allegheny, 10 large and commodious rooms, with
bath, w. c, natural gas; all In prime order
throughout: to be sold at public sale on Monday,
JnlyL at 2 o'clock P.M., ou the premises: peremp
tory sale. Tcrmsfrom JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.,
129Fonrth avenue, Pittsburg. Jel9-33-uwrs
FOR SALE-Olt WILL TRADE FOBAN EAST
End property Beech St., Allegheny, a fine
pressed brick dwelling or 7 rooms and 2 finished
attic roomc hall' and vestibule, sliding doors be
tween parlors, nat. and art. gas, bath. Inside w.
c. statfonaryw. s., laundry with sta. tubs, finely
finished slate mantels and tile hearths; also, a fine
stable and carriage house on rear of lot. 2 stalls
and a box stall: room for driver; nat. and art. gas
in stable: lot 30x110 to 20-rt. paved aLey: thiswlll
be sold at a bargain. REED B. COYLE & CO.,
131 Fourth ave. Jel9-17
FOR SALE LOTS.
tTIOR SALE -LA WREN CEVILLE BUILDING
JD lots, STwO, on Hatfield, near Forty-seventh St.
W. A. HERUON & SONS. SO Fourth ave.
Je2-60-5, 8, 11, 14, 19, 24, 2S
Ent End Lota.
FOR SALE-LARGE LOTS NEAR SOUTH HI
LAND arc, size 40x141 feet to wide alley;
price is veiy low, and extraordinary good terms
can be given. JOHN F. BAXTER. .Agt.. 512
Smithfield street. Jel6-4j-MWg
I7IOR SALE-EUCLID AVE. LOTS, 40X141
' feet, nicely elevted, close to Penn ave.
cable cars: street pewered: these lots will be sold
ataba'gHln. MELLON BROS.. E. E.. or JOHN
F. BAXTER. Agent. 512 Smithfield street.
FOR SALE CHOICE BUILDING LOTS AT
Brushton station; a payment of $50 down and
balance at rate ol 82 per week will enable pur
chasers to buy a lot 40 feet by 137 to 20-foot alley in
Bank of Commerce addition plan. Act promptly
and secure pUn from JOHM F. BAXTER. Agent,
512SmlthfieIdsU , jellKB-wssu
FOR SALE-LARGE EAST END BUILDING
sites; this magnificent residence place Is situ
ated on Linden ave.. near Penn ave.: the eleva
tion Is one of 1 lie finest in the city, commanding
an excellent view of theheautlfulLlbcrty Vallev,
convenient to P. K.'R. anti cable lines: the prices
being only 825 and 830 per root front, make it very
desirable property in price as well as location.
Call at office for plan. BLACK & BAIRD. 85
Fourth ave. Je-C-7,8, 10,12. 14,17,19,21,21,28,23
FOR SALE-LOTS AT HAZELWOOD AND
Glen wood, near the station: only 15 minutes
from new B. 1c O. station. Smithfield St.: graded
streets, sidewalks city water, gas: 8300 to 81,(X)0:
houses for sale, small payment down, balance In
monthly payments if desl&ed; railroad rare,
monthly tickets. 5,S cents per trip. GKORGE C.
BUBUWlN, 150 Fourth ave. JcIG-71-mwfssu
FOB SALE LOTS QN MAPLE ANDLINDEN
avenues and Lombard street, Allegheny, In
tbe Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH McN AUGHER, 43 N. Diamond st.
lOK SALE AN ELEGANT BUILDING LOT
on Buena Vista St.. Allegheny, near narks.
slieSOxllOtopaved alley; only 83,100; terms rea
sonable. REED B. COYLE & Co7,131 Fourth aye.
XTIOB SALE VERY CHEAP, AT THE HEAD
J? of the Nunnery Hill Incline, Twelfth ward.
Allegheny, desirable building lots; call or tend
for plans. "W. A. HEBRON SONS, 80 Fourth
FOR SALE LOTS.
FR SALE-LARGE LEVEL LOTS; NO
grading or paving, no Interest, no taxes:
rich soil, producing fine gardens, green lawns;
fiure water, healthful surroundings, cheap bnlld
ne material, river, railroads, sch jols, churches,
stores, beautiful rorest and fruit trees: low
prices long time, on lots at Groveiand: these are
the features that will attract buyers; improve
ments and advanced prices following will make
them fortunate investors. Call at my office, see
views, sketch or surroundings, plan of lots, and
get ticket for free exenrslon by steamer Slay
flower, leaving Monongahela wharf, foot of W ood
st.. Saturdvmornlngat8:30, Junes. CHARLES
SOMERS, 313 Wood St. jeW-18
F)R SALE-A FARM OF 30 ACRES IN
O'Hara township: good garden ground; has
house and barn on it and plenty or fruit and
water. SEBASTIAN BITTER, Sharpsbcrg. Pa.
FOB SALE-FARM 160 ACRES: RICH SOIL;
fine springs; coal and Iron ore: excellent for
stock, grain or fruit: large stone dwelling: also
brick dwelling and store house, bank barn ana
other out buildings; only one-hair mile from R.
R. station: 845 per acre. ED. W1TT1SH. 410
Grant St., Pittsburg, Pa. jel6-P
FOR SALE - FARM - THE PATTERSON
FARM, three miles southeast or Parnassus.
In Upper Burrell township, Westmoreland coouty.
will be sold at public outcry on Thursday. Juno
20, 1889, at 2 o'clock P. M. Said farm contains 108
acres, mostly cleared, with all necessary build
ings and improvements. For particulars Inquire
of R. S. DISSMORE, Parnassus, Pa.
IOR SALE-ATLANTIC C1TY.N.J.-HOTELS,
boardlnc homue. cnttaeres. lots and bath
houses to let or for sale by I. G. ADAMS CO..
real estate agents, K. Est. & Law Bdg Atlantic
CItv. N. J. I roy20-24-P
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-GROCERY STORE DOING A SO. 1
business In splendid location: will sell cheap;
COR. LOCUST AND VAN BRAAMST.. city.
FOR SALE-A FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT
on one of the best streets of the city, doing a
flood business; satisfactory reason given for sell
ng. Address A. U.. Dispatch office. Jel8-43
IOR SALE-UPHOLSTERY AND CARPET
cleaning works. In stood town, handy to Pitts
burg, doing large, paying business: only 8600 to
quick buyer. SHEPARD 4 CO., 54 Flfthave.
FOR SALE-AN OLD ESTABLISHED JOB
BING carpenter business in the city, with
tools, fixtures, stock, etc., etc.: steampower,etc.
Full particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE CO.. 129
Fourth ave., Pittsburg. Jel9-32-wrhs
FOR SALE-GEO. HARRIS' CONFECTION
ERY, notion, tobacco and cigar store, with
stock and fixtures, cor. Thirty-fourth and Penu
ave.; will sell at invoice: best stand In Lawrence
vllle: satisfactory reasons given for selling. See
OWNER, on premises, or THOS. MCCAFFREY,
3507 Butler st. iel3-30-WT8Su
TTOR SALE-S750-OLD ESTABLISHED SA
V LOON, located in heart of business section of
isammore, opposite new posioince ana uuy xiaii;
excellent trade, license transferable, no restric
tions, rent too, nine rooms: also other good sa
loons cheap. THOS. MASON & CO., II ETFayetle
8t., Baltimore, Md. jelD-ZS
TnOR SALE-FINE. EXTENSIVE AND PROF-
JJ ii'AULEDaKery, Ice cream ana conrection
ery business; nothing better and must be sold:
also, grocery, drygoods. drug, cigar, china and
notion stores; printing office, batcher shop, baker
ies and other business chances. Free particulars.
SHEPARD & CO.. 54 Fifth ave. je!6
X business investment, Penn ave., near Twenty-second
st., 3 three-story buildings, containing
large storeroom 50 deep and 5 dwelling rooms
each, dry cellars, well sewered, both eases:
leasehold bas 22 years to run: lot 48x100; rent for
81,440 per year; price J8,000 for all, or will sell
separate on smau payments: oaiance on time,
BLACK & BAIRD, 93 Fourth ave. jel5-6-3twrs
FOR SALE-GLASS MANUFACTURING SITE
Inducements: Three acres on West Penn
siding and Allegheny wharfage deep water; cheap
est gas connections: rine nun .natural uas io.,
and on gas belt 1,200 feet deep: coal adjoins, H ct
royalty: has nice eight room residence double
laundry, spring at the door, ornamental trees,
etc., all for 82.200. FARRELLY ALDEN, Grlnd
stone offlec 59 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. ielo-90
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, die
IOR SALE-FINE FRAZIER ROAD CARTS.
c. W.LST & CO., 42UDuquesne way. jei48
FOR SALE-HANDSOME PAIR OF BAY CAR
RIAGE horses. R. H. BOGUS, North ave
nue and Monterey street, Allegheny. je!9-40
FOR SALE-GOOD FAMILY HORSE, PER
FECTLY quiet: anyone can drive her. In
quire M. A. PRESTON, Lang arc, Homewood,
E. E. Jel6-32
FOR SALE -YOUNG SIOCKING BIRDS
Dnar&nteed fine' slnrers: also talklnsr par
rots and pet animals; at ESPICH'S Bird Store. 640
Bmitnneia street. jeio-w-wuu
FOR SALE-1 FAMILY PONY, A NICE NEW
lair leather harness and nice village cart
suitable for children. Inquire on Wednesday of
A. J AcnJUAn B sua, mu to ooo irenn aye.
FOR SALE-HORSES JUST ARR1VED.-DO
you want a horse? DTso, you will save money
by going to Exposition track: coach, buggy, sad
dle, business and draught horses arriving dally.
JAS. MCKEOWN. . Jel3-88
FOR SALE-PONY. PHAETON AND HAR
NESS: a well-broken smnll horse or pony,
handsome; well broken to saddle or harness; safe,
sound and gentle; a good phaeton and nearly new
harness: sold for want of use. Inqulreof JOHNR.
HEN RICKS. 435 "Wood street. jeIa-5
FOR SALE-MY BLACK GELOING NOW IN
Mr. J. E. BERRYMAN'S training stable Ex
position Driving Park: most be sold Immediately;
he Is 6 years old, 16 hands high, fine mane and tail,
perfect action and superior style; he was pur
chased in Kentucky one month ago. and, as I have
no further use for him, I will refuse no reasonable
driving horse, stylish, sound, well broke to
all harness; one 5-year-old hay driving Lorse, 16M
bands, a good barouche horse kind and well
broke, and family horse: one 5-year-old black
marc, very stylish, IS hands high, broke to all
harness, and sound; 50 other draft and driving
horses. A. J. MONTGOMERY, Prop.. Red Lion
machinery and Metals.
FOR SALE-2 HORIZONTAL ENGINES, 18x22,
1 Ball engine, 1 small dynamo and2 lamps and
meat choppers, rendering kettles, etc. VKLTE &
MCDONALD, Penn ave.. cor. Thirty-second st.
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles kept In stock, from
4 to 100 h. p. tall refitted: good as new, at lowest
prices: mounted portable engines. 8 to 25 b. p.
23-25 Park way. J. S. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa.
FOR 3ALE-28X43 CORLISS ENGINE: ONLY
run a year; can be seen In operation: price
on application ; also a new Strange Co. stave mi
dline ail complete; capacity ju,wv in m nuux;
will sell at low
ngure. if. a. uiwiuiivaji
FOR SALE-CONTRACTORS' MACHINERY:
one 7Jsxl2-lnch double engine, double drum:
others large and small, with single or double
friction drums: wire and manlla rope centrifugal
pumps, etc; two 26x4S-lnch horizontal engines
with flywheels. THOMAS CARLIN'S SONS, cor.
Lacock and Sandusky sts.. Allegheny. Ial7-Mwp
PERSONA L-BOOKS WANTED-IF YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth 11,000, let us knoir we will buy one as
quickly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK STORE,
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. my3-28
PERSONAL WHY TROUBLE YOUR "WIFE,
mother or daughters In repairing and clean
ing your old clothes, when It can be donefora
trifle by DICKSON, the Tailor, cor. Fifth aye.
and Wood St., second floor? Charges moderate:
facilities unsurpassed: suits madeto order; spring
styles now ready. Telephone 1558. inh8
LOST-ITALIAN GREY HOUND BITCH
fawn color: name and artdria on - l'ar.
Liberal reward If returned to 41 i OUBTH AVE.
PlTTSBTJBO. PA.. June 12, 18S9.
"VTOTICfilS HEREBY 3IVEN THAT THE
J reports of Viewers on the openinjr of At
lantic avenue, from Liberty avenue to Rosetta
street, bas been approved by Councils, which
action will be final unless an appeal is Hied in
the Court of Common Pleas within ten (10)
days from date. K. 11. BIGELOW,
jeBMa Chief of Dept. of Public AVors.
PrrrSBlTBO. Pa., June 12, li89.
NOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
reports of viewers on tbe construction
of sewers on Melville alley, from Thirty
seventh street to Thirty-sixth street; Mign
onette street, from "Whitfield street to con
nection with sewer on Beatty street; Auburn
street, from Lowell street to Larimer avenue
and Grazier street, from a point 289 feet west
of Lane; avenue to Lane; avenue, have been ap
proved by Councils, which action will be final,
unless an appeal is filed in the Court of Com
mon Pleas within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW,
jeEW8 Chief of Dept. of Public Works.
BUSINESS TAX AND WATER RENTS,
ISM). Notice is hereby ciren that the du
plicates for the business tax and water rents for
tho vear 1889 have been placed in my hands lor
collection by the Board of Assessors author
ized to assess tbo same.
The tlmo for paving; said taxes and water
rents at the Citv Treasurer's office is tho month
of June No discounts allowed.
Water rents and business tax remaining un
paid after June 30, 1ES9. will be placed in tba
hands of the Collector of DellnquentTaxes for
collection, with 6 per cent added.
All applicants for statements of water
rents mnst give name of the owner of the prop
erty they occupy or desire to pav water rent
for. " J, F. DENNISTON,
jc5-05-D City Treasurer.
rooms; late improvements: rent low. W. A.
HEBRON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
TO LET-101 'FAYETTE ST., ALLEGHENY.,
good brick. 8 rooms: late Improvements :rent
low. W. A. HEBRON & SONS, SOFourthave.
TO LET CRESSON .COTTAGE PRIVATE
cottage furnished complete ready for occu
nancy. for rent for the present season. Address
P.O. BOX 55. JeW-60
rilO LET-FOB JULY ANDACGUST-SUBUR-I
BAN cottage iumished, eight rooms, large
lot. fruit, etc.; 20 minutes from city on P., Ft
w7 C. R. R- Address RUST1CDS, Dispatch
TO LET.-A FURNISHED HOUSE TO A
small family, from about the tenth of July
until the tenth of September. This house-Is In the
suburbs of Pittsburg on the Pennsylvania Rail
road three miles from the Union station. Address
J. M. !., care or J. H. HARLOW, 411 Wood st.,
Pittsburg, Pa. Jel8-26-ws
TO LET-CHOICE APARTMENTS. SUITABLE'
for light housekeeping, with gas and water.
Apply to J. G. MORROW, Shoe Store 289 Ohio
street, Allegheny. JcI3-M
Odlces, Deik Room. tc
TO LET-PUYSICIAN'S OFFICES, BACH
ELOR'S quarters and dwelling, at 71 SIXTH.
TO LET-UNFURNISHED BOOMS, SUITA
BLE for offices or light manufactories; four
store rooms with dwellings; good stands: rent
low. Inquire at 44 FOUItTH STREET. )el8-57
AT AUCTION !
HBZSlwnnd Building LntB
ON THE PREMISES,
Saturday, June 29,
At 220 p. M., on Johnston avenne, on Kilbnck
street, in Blair's zrove; lots 20x150 ft. Also on
Flowers avenne, lots 24x124 ana 25x9.5 feet: near
Second avenue and the Electric railway, now
being built, and Hazelwood station. B.iO.E.
R. These lots will be sold at a low price and
easy payments. For plans and foil informa
tion, see W. A. HERRON & SONS. 8U Fourth
ave. HENRY AUCTION CO.,
L G. MACCONNEL, ATTORNEY,
ORPHANS' COURT SALE.
Estate of OWEN TRAYNOR, Deecased.
In pursuance of an order of the Orphans'
Court of Allegheny county, I will expose) to
public sale upon the premises, on
THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1SS9, at 10 o'clock A. JL,
a certain lot of ground, situate in the Thirty
sixth ward, city of Pittsburg, having a front of
SO feet on "Wabash avenue, and extending back:
135 feet, more or less, to a point having erected
thereon 2-story frame awellingbouse and neces-,
sary outbuildings. This same is made subject
to the joint use by tbe purchaser and Mrs. Mary
Travnor, widow, owner of adjoining property,
of the hydrant standing on this lot, also of the)
Sortion of the ground rent arising therefrom,
eras of sale One-half cash upon delivery of
deed, and balance payable in two equal annual
payments, with interest. Deferred payments
to be secured by bond and mortgage, with scire
facias clause, 60 days default. $250 to be paid
on day of sale. Possession given on July 15,
1889. PATRICK KENNEDY, Executor. A.
J. PENTECOST. Auctioneer and Real Estate
Agent. 413 Grant street. ju92-W
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Jji letters of administration on the estate of
Ueo.F. Heim, deceased, late of Allegheny
City, have been granted to tbe undersigned, to
whom all those indebted to said estate, will
make immediate payment, and those having
claims agunst tbe same will present them duly
probated without delay. JOHN F. MYERS,
10 Federal st, room 26, second floor, Alle
"VTOTICE APPLICATION WILL BE
jji made to the Governor of Pennsylvania,
under the general corporation act of 1874. on
THURSDAY, June 27, 1889, by R. C. Elliot,
Henry Fisher, James M. Gnftey, William
Flinn, A. F. Keating and others, for a charter
of incorporation lor the "Venture Oil Company.
The object of said intended corporation is to
mine for natural gas and petroleum.
R. S. FRAZIER.
je5-36-"W Attorney for Applicants.
FRANK W. SMITH. Attorney-at-Law.
ESTATE OF F. AV. KUBAU, DECEASED
Notice is hereby given that letters of ad
ministration on tbe estate of F. W. Rnban,
late of the city of Pittsburg, county of Alle
gheny, Pennsylvania, deceased, have been
granted to E. D. Wingenroth, of said city, to
whom all persons indebted to said estate are)
requested to make payment, and those having
claims or demands will make known the same
E D. WINGfNROTH. Administrator,
jel9-12-"W 100 Fourth ave.. Pittsburg.
NEW YORK MILITARY ACADEMY,
Cornwall-ou-Hudson. Courses of study in
civil engineering, English and classics. Labor
atory, drawing room and field work. Beautiful
Duildings, grounds, location. COL. C. J.
WRIGHT, a S..A. MSupt; BELDKN F.
HYATT. Comd't of Cadets. Jel4D
CHURCH HOME FESTIVAL
On tho grounds of the Home. Fortieth
street and Penn avenue. .,
THURSDAY AFTERNOON and EVENING,
June 20. The usual variety of amusements pro
vided. Penn ave. cable cars pass the gate.
Boqnet street and AHeghenvaveaue,
BOSTON VS. ALLEGHENY,
Wednesday, June 19; Thursday, June 20; Fri
day, June 21: Saturday. June 22.
Game at 4 p. M. Trains leave Union depot at
3:40 P. it. Tickets at usual places.
PICNIC GROVE FREE!
Onlr six miles from the city, situated on the)
bluff overlooking Davis Island dam. Easily
reached by rail or boat. Large grove of forest
trees, cool, clear springs of water, flue dancing
Tho use of the grove will be given free to
Sunday schools, societies, lodges. G.A.R. posts,
private fetes, etc. the only charge being faro
on the steam elevator to and from the grounds.
For dates and further particulars apply to
J. H. DAWSON. LacocK street, near Fed
eral street. Allegheny, or to A. CLANEY on
the grounds. mvlI-15-P
$6,500 each, moderate cash payment; balance)
$500 per annum, elegant new two-story and
mansard brick dwellings, 8 rooms, hall, bath,
laundry, slate mantels, art Are places, tilo
hearths, sliding doors, wired for electric Bght,
fine chandeliers, both gases, plate glass win
dows, etc; Oakland Square, five minutes from
Fifth avenue cable line and directly on Bne of
new cable loop which is to be constructed this
summer; a beautiful park (on which are sev
eral hundred beautiful shade trees), the whole
surrounded by streets and sidewalks, sewered
and paved with asphaltum;on each side of and
facing the park are the above described dweU
ings; most desirable houses jet offered; en
hancement of values sure. SAMUEL W.
BLACKJA CO, 99 Fourth ave. myll-39-P
1 CHILD 2i YEARS OLD
Ot George Kausler. of 1131 Penn ave., was re
lieved of a large tape worm by Dr. Burgoon.
Come and see testimonials in bis office of
dozens of people in Pittsburg and Allegheny
similarly cured. All chronic blood, stomach,
liver and kidnev diseases treated with success.
No cure, no pay. Come, and bring your deli
cate children to him.
Consultation free. Office, 47 OHIO ST- Al
legheny City, Pa. - Jel7-1
91 AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE, .
Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-71-
128K THIRD AVE.. UPSTAIRS.
Gents' shoes soled and heeled in 15 minutes
for 75 cents. .
Finest work In the city. mysj-u-WT
I E. HNKENHE1MER,
545 Smithfield street, Pittsburg, Pa. FrefheiU
Freund Building, second floor. mh24-S0-Mwy
UNCAfl a WHITK,
71 Diamond street.
Second door above Smithfield,
TO EUROPE ALL THE POPULAR
steamers sailing this and next month are
rapidly filling up. Apply for berths without
delay. Tickets, drafts and letters of credit at
N. Y. rates. MAX SCHAMBEBQ 4 CO., 5W