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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH,' MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1889.
A NATIONAL APPEAL.
All Episcopalians in Pittsburg and
Elsewhere Called on
TO REBUILD JOHKSTO.YN CHUBCH.
Bishop Whitehead's Letter to the Churches
- Bead lesterdaj.
A MEMORIAL OEHUXAGE IN TIEW
The members of the Protestant Episcopal
Church throughout the country are acting
upon the idea suggested by Bishop White
head, of the Tittsburg diocese, in regard to
the rebuilding of St Mark's Church of
Johnstown. Not only has the matter of
practical resusc.tation of the rained parish
been adopted with great unanimity, bnt it
is proposed to go several steps further and
build a handsome schoolhouse for the use of
the Episcopalians ot Johnstown as a means
of prov idiug children with educations, but an
orphanage to be a memorial of the ill-fated
rector of Johnstown, Kev. Sidney Diller,
will be erected and handsomely endowed by
a fund of ample dimensions. The orphaned
children of the late members of St. Mark's
pirish, who perished by the flood, will be
taken care of in this manner, an example of
practical benevolence which should find
emulation among the adherents of other
religious denominations. A large sum of
money will be necessary to carry on these
humane plans to a successful conclusion;
but, from the manner in which the sugges
tion that the devastated parish of the
stricken city be
AFFORDED SUBSTANTIAL AID
has been received, no fear is felt as to the
speedy accumulation of the fund. St.
Mark's Church and rectory together cost in
the vicinity of 520,000, and the first contri
butions will be devoted to its re-establishment
in a handsome and adequate manner.
"Within a few days after the terrible
disaster. The Dispatch printed an inter
view with Bishop "Whitehead, in which the
right reverend prelate stated that the diocese
would undoubtedly take care of Johnstown
churchmen and their families, both spirit
ually and physically. The Bishop's action
is fully outlined in a pastoral letter which
was read in every church in the diocesed at
morning service yesterday. The letter con
tains an effective appeal for help.
The following is a copy of the Bishop's
pastoral letter, alluded to above:
THE PASTOEAI. LETTER.
Beloved Brethren Tbe appalling calamity
al Johnstown has drawn forth must generous ex
pressions of sympathy from all portions of onr
land and from bevgnd the sen. Doubtless you
yourselves have contributed to the many funds for
tie Immediate relief or those -who have been so
But we owe something as members of the same
household cr faith to the band;or faithful Church
men who In one dreadfulmomenthavc lost church
and scboolhiusc and rector. Many of them,
whose eyes do not weep at the remembrance of
their other woes, qulcMy melt at the mention of
this their spiritual destitution, and have said to
me, "Ob. It does seem as ir we could have borne
our trouble more patiently If only Air. Diller and
his lovely wile could have been spared to us."
For years to come thev will be utterly unable of
themselves to rebuild their church and to main
tain a minister. Let us bear them on our hearts
and sustain the work there out of our great abun
dance. I urgently request that offerings be made In all
our churches iand chapels on the last Sunday In
June, the second after Trinity, toward the re
builalng of fat. Mark's Church as a memorial of
the devoted rector, and suggest that all remit
tances be sent to Mr. T. 1. MorrelL. the senior
warden or the parish If the amount received
shall seem to arrant the speedy commencement
of the work, isnau uoj
ipe to lay the corner stone .
f "5l!???i .-
on the Festival 01 jui &ai
To au who Knew ana
all -who desire the nroi
prosperity of our church In
uitv. lam sure that the ap-
that afflicted community,
neal for aid will not be xr
be made in vain.
t althfully your lilshon and Servant in the Lord,
COETLANDT M HITEHEAD,
Subsequently to the reading of the letter
in all the city Protestant Episcopal
churches in this" city, the several recurs
ADDED EARNEST APPEALS
to their congregations. At Trinity church,
the rector, Bev. Samuel Maxwell"' stated
that the Bishop's plan for the spiritnal
resuscitation ol the ruined parish was most
feasible and expedient and was an action
that would commend itself to every
churchman in the diocese. Anyone
who could aflord to aid such a noble
cause should esteem it a privilege to
contribute. Subsequently, in con
versation, "Bev. Mr. Maxwell gave
the strength of the diocese as 75 parishes,
with 8,000 communicants, and said that he
should not be surprised if the Pittsburg
diocesewas equal, unaided, to the task of
raising sufficient money to rebuild the
church and get it in shape for use. There
were 60 members of St. Mark's congrega
tion lost, and quite a number of their fami
lics yet remain and are being taken care of
by private subscription. Rev. Charles A
Bragdon, General Missionary of the diocese,
is now stationed at Johnstown, and will re
main until a more permanent arrangement
can be made. Bev. Mr. Bragdon is acting
as almoner of contributions from church
EASTERN EPISCOPALIANS MOVING.
Letters to their respective dioceses have
been issued officially by Bishops Potter, of
2few York; Doane, of Albany; Uittlejohn,
of Long Island, and Huntington, of Cen
tral New York, in which, alter allusions to
the great calamity and its serious decima
tion of the Johnstown members of the
church, there are urgent appeals for sub
stantial aid in the work of rebuilding the
church edifice and rectory.
The projected school building is also
asked for, and the imminent need of an or
phanage for the survivors' children is
pointed out. It is proposed that the or
phanage be erected in memoriam of Bev.
Sidney Diller, and that it be of adequate
size and with a handsome endowment The
movement will be made a national one, and
the prospects are that the Johnstown Epis
copalians will be handsomely cared for by
their denomination at large.
ilD P0E CARPENTERS
Who Belong to tbo Brotherhood and
Everything- at Johnstown.
Yesterday a committee from the District
Council of the Brotherhood of Carpenters
and Joiners went to Johnstown to look after
members 61 the order who were sufferers by
the flood. The committee consisted of
Special Agent A. M. Swartz, Joseph Gal
lagher, of if o. 385, E. P. Evans, No. 142,
"W. P. Patton. No. 142, and F. C. Horner.
No. 1G5. They had 26 carpenters there who
Are sufferers, and all of them were aided.
The District Council has raised about $1,000
and the Brotherhood will add from 54,000
to $5,000 to this sum. This money will be
distributed among the carpenters, and all of
them will be furnished with tools to resume
The contributions from the unions in this
neighborhood up to this time are as follows:
No. 142, $100; No. 164, ?50; No. 165, $50;
No. 185, $62; No. 211, $100; No. 237, $50;
Jfo. 268, $40; No. 385, $25; No. 476, 25; No.
492, $25; No. 500, $25.
BAKQUET TO A BRIDE.
A Pleasant Gathering at tbellomllton Hotel
A decidedly pleasant little banquet was
tendered to Adolph Fnerle, a well-known
electrician of this city, Saturday evening,
on his return to his home, accompanied by
a beautiful Philadelphia girl, who, had be
come Mrs. Fuerle.
The banquet was arranged by H. J.
Thomas, ana took place in the dining rooms
of the Hamilton Hotel. Covers were laid
for 20, and the future happiness and welfare
of the young couple were pledged freely by
the admiring friends. Among those whose
faces graced the festive board were H. J.
Thomas, Bobert McFarland. M. V. Smith,
Edward McLaughlin, O. G. DUle, Miss
O'Neill and Hies Mary Drady. Theyoung
couple will take up their noma in Allegheny.
BY MASY MINISTERS.
Reopening: Exerclica nt ihc Bntlrr Street
M.K. CUnrch-YVclUKnown Ctergymcn-f-peclnl
Sialic nnd Pretty Flower.
A group ot notable ministers occupied the
pulpit seats at Butler Street M E. Church
yesterday morning. The occasion was the
reopening of the main auditorium of the
church. It has undergone extensive im
provements in addition to the building of
one of the finest pipe-organs in the city.
Both organ and improvements have been
described in The Dispatch during the
The sermon of the morning was delivered
by Rev. Lucien Clark, D. D., assistant edi
tor of the New York Christian Advocate.
Dr. Clark was pastor of the Butler Street
Chnrch before he removed to NewTork
City. He w ent first from here to Erie to fill
a pastorate there, but the celebrated Dr.
Buckley, editor of the greatest church paper
in the denomination, recognized Dr. Clark's
attainments and made him his assistant. On
Dr. Clark's right vesterday sat Kev. "W. B.
"Watkins, D. D., of New Brighton. He
was also a lormer pastor of , But
ler Street Church. His reputation as a
scholarly orator has always given him a
high rank in the clergy. His ability
in educational lines induced a great pub
lishing firm recently to issue a school text
book written by him. Other literary work
has been produced by his pen. Bev. Rich
ard Jordan, now a retired clergyman, sat on
the left of the pulpit. He is venerable in
his bearing, and enjoys the honor of having
been one of the earliest preachers in the
Pittsburg conference. He is English, and
preached in England before coming to
Pittsburg. The fourth clergyman on the
platform was Bev. "W. H. Pearce, D. D.,
the present pastor of the church. He has
become too well known in Pittsburg to re
qnire introduction. As a Sunday school
organizer, and a thorough, versatile pastor,
his reputation is wide, owing to his connec
tion with Sabbath school assemblies at
Chautauqua, Lakeside and Bay View,
Mich. There should be added to this group
of min.istersMr. David D. "Wood, the emi
nent organist of SL Stephen's P. E. Church,
of Philadelphia. He operated the new
grand organ here yesterday by .special invi
tation. In the audience sat his brother.
Captain John A. "Wood, the Pittsburg coal
operator. Mr. James Jordan,Butler street's
regular organist, accompanied the organ
yesterdav on the flute. The voluntaries of
the morning service were a musical and
masterly feature of the day.
Flowering plants of the season, exotics of
the nursery, and palms of Southern clime,
were arranged in imposing style around the
pulpits and organ. Downstairs in the Sun
day school apartments, the floral display
was chiefly one of cut flowers in hanging
baskets and vases. A part of the lecture
room has also been refrescoed and recarpeted.
A Sunday school platform service com
menced at 230. It was conducted bv Mr.
S. Hamilton, the superintendent. This
is the largest Protestant Sunday school
in the city. Bev. J. "W. Miles, D." D., pre
siding elder of the district, and Bev. B. F.
Beazell, of Oakland, attended this service,
Thev delivered addresses in addition to the
short talks by Bev. "W. B. "Watkins, AV. C.
Moreland, Esq., the City Attorney; Messrs.
John Matthews, "William Taylor and
"William Thompson, all former superintend
ents of the school. Dr. Clark also spoke.
The congregational singing of the school
was led by an orchestra of four pieces, Mr.
Granville "Wood, of Michigan, the builder
of the new organ, playing the Ante and Mr.
Jordan acting as conductor. Mr. Hamilton
managed the whole affair with marked abil
ity. An eventide praise service .was held at
7:15 p. M. The church has no regular
choir, the singing being generally led by
the nrecenter. Prof. Murphy, who is one of
I the trio ol .Murphy brothers, well-known at
i Chautanaua and at campmeetintrs. But
J r ,,;. ii iir, Knrnt,r, ),,J in.m ,.
a s a, kuio iivi ww At .& u w " w ujlu
volunteer choir of the following persons:
Sopranos, Misses M. E. Johnston and Cam
eron; contraltos, Mrs. DeEite and Mrs.
Feets; tenors, Messrs. Fisher and Evans;
bassos, Messrs. Jones and Johnston, assisted
by others. The accompaniment on
the grand organ, was by James Jpr
dan. Many sweet religious songs were
chanted by" them. At 8 o'clock a sermon
was delivered bv Bev. Dr. "Watkins. At
both the morning and evening services im-,
mense audiences were present, neighboring
congregations of all denominations contrib
There was no "begging" yesterday. The
organ cost $1,000 and the other improve
ments brine the total expenditure up to
over 57,000. Two-thirds of this sum
has been deposited ready for pay
ment, and the balance of the money is
pledged by reliable people, so money was
not mentioned at the special services yester
day. For such an excellent record Butler
Street Church owes much credit to its hard
working pastor. Dr. Pearce.
A "chalk talk" by A. Y. Lea on Tuesday
night, and a popular organ recital on Thurs
day night, will wind up the festivities at
the beautiful temple.
AT THE FOURTH A YEN OK CHDRCBT
Flower Day Celebrated With Most Beauti
Considering the fact that the flowers which
decorated the chancel of the Fourth Avenue
Baptist Church were gathered and ar
ranged by the Sunday school children, the
taste displayed was beautiful and delicate.
The interesting exercises by the pupils
harmonized in beauty with the flowers, and
the extemporaneous talks of the older people
present seemed filled with inspiration im
pelled by the influence of the floral display.
Several of the students spoke on the types
of beauty and love combined in the flowers
in connection with the human soul, the
weed and the lily being compared to the
bad and good elements of humanity. Ap
proprifte recitations and essays were read,
interspersed with holy songs.
Superintendent H.K. Porter and Assist
ant Superintendent Lincoln addressed those
present, followed by the pastor, Bev. H. B.
Grose. He confined his remarks to the lily,
and referred to the beautiful sermon of
Christ's on the Mount, wherein he said:
"Consider the lilies, how they grow," and
"What would this world be without flowers?
Just fancy their absence. They have the same
influence In nature as yoq bright girls have in
the human life. I don't put much faith in the
boy who doesn't love flowers, it is a good sign
lor every one xo snow a disposition ior mem.
It proves that the inner man has a thought of
God's love and His marvelous works. Flowers
help to feed the soul as food does the body.
God wants to see the flowers of character just
the same as in nature.
Following his remarks Superintendent
Porter announced that a monetary collec
tion would take place to go toward the
Sabbath school incidental expenses, which
was liberally responded to, and other appro
priate remarks were made by some ot the
interested ones present, and the beautiful
A Free Lecture To-Night.
The Bey. L. H. Schuh.of Canal Winches
ter, O., will deliver an address to the Quiet
"Workers of St-Paul's Lutheran congrega
tion in St. Paul's Church, the corner ot Sec
ond and James streets, Allegheny, this
evening at 8 o'clock on the topic, "How to
Make Marriage a Success." The admission
is free and all are welcome.
Just rereived from the Anheuser-Busch
St. Louis brewery, a large supply of their
celebrated Budweiser beer,' in both quarts
and pints. For sale at 6. "W. Schmidt's,
2?o 95 and 97 Fifth avenue, city.
Freight for the Eaat.
The Allegheny Valley Railroad is pre
pared to lorward promptly shipments of
freight for Kew York, Boston. And New
Send your furniture to Haugh & Kee
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THEY'LL GO TO LAW.
The Future of Allegheny's Zoo May
be Decided by the Courts.
MILLIONAIRES MEAN BUSINESS,
Dr. Sutton as Spokesman for Others Volun
teers His Opinion.
THEOLOGIANS STAETED THE MOVEMENT
"The Hon. Charles Kobison and his
monkeys are certainly under a cloud," said
one of the prominent residents of Bidge
avenue yesterday alternoon, "and," .he
continued, "if money and influenee can do
anything in Allegheny, those Zoological
Gardens will never get on Monument HilL"
There is not a man to be found, either on
Stockton, or Sherman, or Marion, or Eidge,
or Irwin avenues, who will say one word in
favor of the proposed menagerie, but all are
unanimous in expressing themselves in the
strongest terms ot condemnation.
A Dispatch reporter called upon Mr.
Henry Phipps yesterday afternoon and
asked him to give his reasons for objecting
to the contemplated zoo, but the great
philanthropist wculd have nothing to say.
"Go to Dr. Sutton." he replied; "he can
give you all the points, and whatever he
says I will indorse. I have got the remon
strance in my possession, and I mean to
have it circulated to-morrow to get some
WHAT THE PETITION BATS.
The petition reads as follows:
To the Honorable the Select and Common Coun
cils of Allegheny:
The subscribers, residents and property own
ers in the neighborhood of Monument Hill,
beg leave to present a remonstrance against
the proposed lease of said hill for the purpose
of maintaining there a zoological garden.
First Such use of property is not within the
scope of the purposes for which it is held by
the city. '
Second A zoological garden could scarcely
fail of becoming offensive to those residing in
the neighborhood, and of seriously disturbing
the exercises of the institution (Western Theo
logical Seminary) from which the property was
obtained by the city.
Third Such use would interfere with a
proper beautifying of the bill as a publio place
of resort and a necessary breathing place for a
crowded city. Other reasons conldbe urged;
but these seem sufficient to justify a rejection
of the lease of this public property.
Underneath the remonstrance were the
names of all the prominent men around the
neighborhood, such as Henry Phipps, Jr.,
J. M. McCullough, Harry Darlington, Ed
ward Gegg, Hon. B. F. Jones, James Pat
ton, Jr., James McCutcheon and many
Dr. B. L. Sutton, however, is one of the
chief movers in the remonstrance, and; when,
the reporter called on him at his officej the
doctor made the following statement:
THE HILL COULD BE BEAUTIFIED.
The hill is one of the most attractive features
of the park, and is susceptible of being made
perfectly beautiful. It a zoological garden
were located upon it, it would becomo a resort
for great crowds of people and the collection of
animals would produce odors which would be
carried by the winds all along Stockton, and
Sherman avennes and would make the atmos
phere In the immediate neighborhood of Monu
ment HilLalong Irwin and Bidge avennes,
very disagreeable, which would probably be
come a public nuisance. This Is the sentiment
of the people living in the neighborhood of the
hill, and it is an assured fact that before the
Zoological Garden can be erected on that hill,
the parties interested in the scheme will not
only have to get their permission of Councils,
but they will also have to gain their cause in
Every prominent property bolder and resi
dent on Irwin and Ridge avenues is deter
mined to oppose the project, without reference
We are all in favor of. a zoological garden,
bnt we do not think It advisable on Monument
Hill. An institute of that kind becomes al
ways a nuisance to the people who Happen to
live in Its immediate vicinity, and it should
therefore be erected in a place away from pop
"Would it not be better," the reporter
ventured to ask, "for the people who op
pose the zoological garden to take their
money and improve the hill instead of
spending it among lawyers ?"
"Oh, no 1" the doctor replied. "JJ would
not take much money to go to law with
these men, but it would cost a great deal to
beautify the hill. But beside that there is
PDBLIC SPIRIT IS GROWING
in Allegheny and Pittsburg, and it is pru
dent to foster it. It is better to have the
hill stand unoccupied until public-spirited
men come forward to beautify it than it is
to allow it to be made a show ground. That
such a future redemption of the hill is pos
sible, we have only to observe the munifi
cent gifts to the city of Mr. Henry Phipps,
Jr., and Mr. Andrew Carnegie. Let us
hold on to the good we have, and keep out
The Doctor also said that the professors of
the "Western Theological Seminary were the
inaugurators of the remonstrance, but that
everybody was willing to indorse it and help
to defeat the project. It was also learned
that there is now a committee appointed by
Councils to recommend a measure for im
proving the hill, and that committee will
report within a few days.
BIX STEPS TD THE 1HB0KE.
Intercatluc Exercise at the North Avenue
i hnrcb, Allegheny.
Children's Day services were held nt
North Avenue M. E. Church, Allegheny,
yesterday afternoon. An interesting and
instructive programme was rendered. A
pyramid was built on the pulpit, bearing
the words, "All for Christ, Six Steps to the
Throne," and each stone contained the
words, "Jliud, Body, "Will, Conscience,
Heart and Christ"
The services consisted of responsive exer
cises and recitations by the scholars.
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1869 Mackenzie Port, full quarts 2 50
Fine Old White Port, full quarts 2 00
London Dock Port, full quarts 2 00
Burgundy Port, full quarts 1 50
Fine Old Spanish Port, full quarts. ... 1 00
For sale by G. "Y. Schmidt, 95 and 97
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The building must come down, closing
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Geo. "W. Sn'aman.
irwrs 136 Federal St., Allegheny.
The wash goods departments teeming with
bargains to-day 50-cent genuine Scotch
zephyr ginghams at 25 cents.
Boods & Buhl.
The Best Is the Cheapest.
Just received, a carload ot Milwaukee ex
port beer, in pint and quart bottles. Allow
ance tor empties returned.
"W. H. Holmes & Son,
Nos. 158 First ave.,120 "Water st.
Best $1 0 per doz. cabinet photos In the
city. Panel picture with each dor. cabinets.
Lies' Popular Gallery, 10 and 42
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V preferred) at 99 SHEFFIELD ST.. Alle
gheny . Je24-14
WANTED-A GOOD FIRST-CLAfcS IRONER
for laundry. Inquire at ST. CHARLES
TTANTED SITUATION AS FIRST-CLASS
tt man coox in notei or restaurant: city or
country; lots of reference.
Aauress izo4PE.it n
WANTED-POSITION AS SALESMAN IN A
clothing house; can furnish best of refer
ence. Address, JACOB- LAZARIS, 202 Ferry
St., Pittsburg. je22-94
TTr ANTED A PARTNER IN A WELIH
tt esiauusnea ana nigmy successful manu
facturing firm in the city, having several lines of
specialties, with large profits: this is a fine open
ing; the firm Is sound and strong and the business
Is on a solid basis; we are personally acquainted
with the gentlemen composlnc the firm and have
pleasure In recommending them as being
thoroughly reliable in every particular: a good
man Is wanted to undertake onefof the depart
ments or to take charge of the oftce; cipltat re
quired, 1S.0U): no one need apply) who Is not pos
sessed of good business qualifications and of un
doubted integrity; references given and re
quired; 'all communications will be regarded
as confidential. JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO., 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. J JeH-43-MWS
WANTED - MORTGAGES, I LARGE AND
small. ED WIIT1SH, 410 Grant St., Pitts
burg. 1 Jel8-32
-tTT-ANTED-MORTGAGES-MUN Y TO LOAN
YV In sums to suit at V4, 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES 4 BAILEY, 164 Fourthlre. Tel. 107.
WANTED MORTGAGES OJf CITY PROP
ERTY. over H000: 4 per cent: no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER 4 bo?, S2Fourth avenue.
ANTED-KEJJTS COLLECTED PROMPT
1 r . fi'V'J'J?PSir m?n.?ed with satisfaction.
ALLES 4 BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
Xin-ANTED-AT 5 PER CENT, MORTGAGES
if In large or small amounts on improved city
property. W. A. HEREON 4 SONS; 80 Fourth
ANTED MORTGAGES IN ANY
amounts: 4K to 6 per cent; city and country:
no delay. SAMUEL
SJiAUJt 4 UU W
TT7" ANTED MOE1GAGES-SS00 TO S500.000TO
.t V loan on mortgages, city or country property;
4K, S and 0 per cent. JAS. W,
DRAPE 4 CO.. 129
1 ourin ave., 'telephone 975.-
ANTED -MORTG AGES-SI. 000, 000 TO LOAN
in jarge ana small amounts at s, 3 anas
per cent, free of State tax; no delay.
ivs a 1J.C a, jj., ial x ouriu ave.
TTANTED-TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
11 of S3, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on percent, free of tax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and 8 per cent. BLACK 4 BAIRD,
95 Fourth avenue. se21-d2S-I
nr and fiat
cent counties at 6 per cent. 1. M. PENNOCK 4
nun, iiu Fonrtn avenue. ap7-Hl
TJTANTED-TO LOAN 1200,000 ON MORT-
v T UAirts; fiou ana upward at S per cent;
tsoo,oooat 4X per cent on residences or business
froperiy;aaiso in adjoining
REN CH, 125 Fourth avenue"
counties. S. H.
riusDurg, Aiiegneny ano suburban lm-
prored real estate or farms in Allegheny coantr,
in sums of $500 to 120.000 and
pward at lowest
ALEXANDER 4 LEE, 313 Wood st,
WANTED CUSTOSIERS FOR DIAMONDS,
gold and silver watches, marble clocks, sil
verware, etc., at SI per week upward, atlsoFed
eral st., AUeghen. -J. MITSCH. JeI5-Mwrsu
WAI.TED-LADIE3 TO KNOW HAUGH 4
Kecnan repair, reflnlsh or upholster old
furniture promptly and In the best possible man
ner. 33 AND Si WATER ST. 'Phong 1826. my9-83
WANTED A HORSE TO WORK ON A FARM
for bis reed, 4 miles from tbe city: work
light; good pasture, well fed and well taken care
of. Address JOHN A. MCELHENY. Glenshaw,
Pa., Allegheny county. Je23-23
-TTTANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO-
ii luunAraut, w f mn avenue, Jfittsoui
toohapher, 96 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg.
and 43 Federal street, AUeghen'
iiegneny, everyDoay to
fine cabinets at f 1 CO per
xoow uui ne is ms&ing nne can
dozen; photos delivered when promised; Instan
taneous process. mhu-ca
FOR BALE IMPROVED HEAL ESTATE.
FOE SALE-NO. 43 LINDEN ST., SIXTH
. JT?.rd'nearWMtnnt' 1 rooms only feooo. W.
A HEKKON & SONS, 80 Fonrthve.
FOH SALE NO. SO BLUFF ST.. SIXTH
,,. ward A good houacof 8 rooms; price low.
At . A. HEBRON & SONS, 80 Fourth av?.
"CMRSALE-MT. WASHINGTON, DILWORTH
X.' st., xood2-ftory frame house or 4 rooms, at
tic, basement and cellar; lot 30x132 ft.; terms easy.
1. M. PENNOCK. &ON, 105 Fourth ave.
TjUm SALE-SECOND AVE.. GOOD 3-STOKY
X! brick bouse of 10 rooms, hall, vestibule, cel
lar, water and tras: lot a ft. front on Second and
130 ft. deep to First ave., with 20 rr. on First ave.
I. M. PENNOCK.&SON, 105 Fourth ave.
FOK SALE-CENTER AVE.-HANDSOME
2-story brick house of 8 rooms, hall, vesti
bule, bath, both kinds of gas, and other modern
conveniences: lot 24x163 rt. to Wylle ave.: cable
cars pass alone Vyllo; will sell at a bargain; ap
ply soon. I. M. PENNOCK 4 SON. 10S Fourth
East End Residences.
on Atwood near Forbes st. W. A. HEREON
&BON3, 80Ponrthave. Jel6-73-17.19,21.24,Z7,29
OR SALE-OAKLAND AND EAST END
beveral handsome modtrn residences with
large lots. I. M. PENNOCK & bON, 105 Fourth
TnOR SALE-BELLEFONTE STREET. E. E..
A' a snug 2-story frame boue of 7 rooms: lotKx
loon.; price S3,
1. M. PENNOCK & SON,
w j uurin ave.
FOR SALE-CHOICE RESIDENCE, FENN
ave., Drushton; 15 rooms, with alt conveni
ences: large lot; immediate possession: terms to
suit purchaser. See JOHN F. BAXTER. Agent,
S12Smlthfleld St. Je23-75-MWT
FOR SALE-12,800 WILL BOY THAT ELE
GANT 6-roomed house (frame) and large lot
on Hastings st, Just off Flflhave. (Point Breeze);
handy to R. R. and cable. MELLON BROrH
EBS, 6349 Station St.. E. E. Je21-84-H8
FOR SALE-SOUTH HILAND AVE., E. E..
a rare opportunity; an elegant new brick
house of 8 rooms; all conveniences; well worth
H500: will sell for S7.5C0 on terms to suit. D. P.
THOMAS 4 CO., 408 Grant St. Jel3-83
JJ bouse; lot 40x120; this bouse. Just finished. Is
modern in every particular: street paved and sew
ered, stone sidewalks: near both cable lines and
steam cars; good neighborhood; will be sold on
good terms. KELLY 4 ROGERS. No. 6315 Station
street. East End. Je23-45
FOE SALE ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS-IN
the East End; a house of 6 rooms, with ball,
cellar, porches, water, natural gas,, marbe man
tels, etc , etc. : and nice lot to an alley; side en
trance; can sell at a bargain: on small payments;
Immediate possession. JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO..
129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. Je22-44-D
FOR SALE-COUNTRY RESIDENCE IN THE
city; about 10 mlnntes walk from Court
HonBe; splendid opportunity; house contains 10
rooms, bath room, natural gas, etc.; lot 60x132,
beautlfhlly laid out with trees, plants, shrubbery,
etc.; no better chance for a quiet, retired home.
J. C. HEILLY, No. 77 Diamond St. Je7-95-IOD
FOE SALE-A COMPLETE 7-ROOM HOUSE,
all modern Improvements; large pantry,
range, 1. w. c, marble mantels, tile hearths, bay
windows, back and front porches: ltlce lot. situate
near cable and steam cars; a lovely borne; terms,
only S500 down and balance In monthly payments
equal to a moderate rent. KELLY 4 ROGERS,
No. 6315 Station street, East End. e23-45
FOR SALE-ONLY A FEW NOW REMAIN
unsold of the very desirable eight-room dwell
ings on Oakland square. The rapidity wltb which
sales have been made show the estimation In
which they are held; durably built and handsome
ly finished, supplied with every modern con
venience; standing on large lots and facing a
handsome park planted with beautiful shade trees;
these dwellings have the notable advantage of be
ing but 15 to SO mlnntes from the postoffice by tbo
Pittsburg Traction road: a cable loop, for which
an ordinance Is now in Councils, will pass within
100 feet or the 6quare; prices 86,500 and 86,750:
terms, moderate cash payment and long time on
balance. Apply to 3.W. BLACK 4 CO., 9 Fourth
FOE SALE ALLEGHENY, 218 ROBINSON
St., 3-story brick house of 10 rooms, halL
vestibule, good ceilar, both kinds gas; price rea
sonable. I. M. PENNOCK 4 SON., No. 105
Fourth ave. Je20-P7-MThs
FOR SALE-ALLEGHENY, IRWIN AVE.. A
comfortable 2-story frame house of 4 rooms.
uutaucu abb.v auu uaacuicul, cellar, etc.; lot I
3Kxl05ft.; price 82,000. L M. PENN0CK4S0N,
10a Fourth ave. 1e20-97-MThS I
FOR SALE NO. 174 NORTH AVE., COR.
Webster st,, Allegheny, at auction on the
premises, to-morrow at 2.30 o'clock p.m.; lot
20x107 feet; brick dwelling. 10 rooms. For fall ln-
formation see W. A.
Ur-KUUJN 4 SONS, Ho. 80
TJTOR SALE-NO. 171 NORTH AVE.. COR.
A' Webster st, Allegheny, at auction on the
remises, to-morrow at 2,30 o'clock p. M.: lot
.iui icei; oricK aweiung, iu rooms. For lull ln-
formation see W. A.
HEKUON 4 S.ONB. No. 80
and good lot 23x90 feet, with side entrance.
No. 10 Greenwood avenue, near Beaver avenue.
Allegheny, 10 large and commodious rooms, with
batb, .w. c, natural gas; all in prime order
throughout; to be sold at public sale on Monday,
July L, at 2 o'clock p.m., on the premises: peremp
tory sale. Terms from JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO.,
129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. Jc19-33-mwfb
FOR S A LE-CL1FTON STATION, EStSWORTH,
Fort tV ayne road, lot 30x143, new bouse, Tour
rooms, cellar, closet, well, fence, etc.; price
11,700. payable SIS amonth; possession October 1;
must be reliable party to get this offer. A. LfcG
OAT E 4 SON, 31 Federal at.. Allegheny. Je23-115
FOR SALE-A COUNTRY PROPER rY ON
line of railroad near .the cltv. 3 mlnntes
walk from station; about Snores with fine orchard
and copious flow of pure water: an excellent
dwelling house. 8 rooms, summer kitchen, vesti
bule, ball and cellar, porches, front and rear, ob
servatory, natural gas, slate mantels, etc., and
everything In fine condition: one of , the prettiest
sites along the railroad; there Is a carriage house
and other outbuildings on the property; would ex
change In part for city property. Terms, etc..
from JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO.. 129 lourth ave.,
P., Ft. W.SC.H. R.. embracing between 4
and 5 acres of land on which is a dwelling of It
rooms. Ice house, wash room, large stable, car
riage house and several outbuildings; land Is cov
ered with bearing fruit trees and large shade trees:
dwelling and stable are supplied with delicious
spring water, and heated and Illuminated with
gas at reasonable expense; premises are connected
with R. R. by board walk, and are unsurpassed In
beauty and healthfnlness of location; will be sold
quite low. J. AL SIGNER, 22 Bakewell Building.
FOR SALE-LA WRENOEVILLES.BUILDING
lots, SBSO, on Hatfield, near Forty-seventh St.
W. A. HERROl. 4 SONS. SO Fourth ave.
Je2-60-5,, 11, 14, 19, 24, 26
nvc, between Tblrtv-nlnth nnd Fortieth sts.,
Pittsbnrg, Pa.: low and on long time. H.
FORBES, Wheeling, W. Va. Je22-S5
FOR SALE-BUILDING LOT3-ON THE
Citizens' cable line, Nineteenth ward; loca
tion good, In the Brown 4 Donncll plan; terms
easy. W. A UERRON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-LOTS! LOTS! LOTS! LOTS!
prices S-dO to tl,O00; caby payments: cholceand
cheap: In Byrnes plan, Butler and Fifty-seventh
st.:Sprague'splan, Lincoln ave. and other streets,
E. E. ; Patterson and others' plans. Mt. Washing
ton, and belbert's nlan. Eighteenth ward. L M.
PENNOCK 4 SON., 105 Fourth ave. Je20-97-MThs
East End Lots.
FOB SALE-SPLENDID LOT, BOULEVARD
place. E. K. 100x163 feet. 1. M. PE.NNUCK
4 SON, 105 Fourth ave. Je20-97-MThS
For sale-only 12,500 for a beautiful
bhadyslde building site 100X2SO, covered with
large forest trees nnd commanding a splendid
view; only 3 minutes from station; other city con
veniences. BLACK 4 BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
Jeli-4-13, 18, 20, 22,24, 25, 27,29
TpORSALE-THEILAHGESTLOTS, THE BEST
a. improvements, must cuuvemont locations.
?wer nrlces. easiest terms
C inc Baum Grove Plan, '
, ,u . ira dcuuiuu in
..... .ii .... .......... . .
BROS.. East End. or JOHN F. BAXTER. Acent.
612 Smlthdeld st. Jc24-77-MTh
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 the finest in the city, commanding
an excellent view of the beautiful Liberty Valley,
convenient to P. R. R. and cable lines: the prices
being only (29 and (30 per foot front, make It very
desirable property in price as well as location.
Call at office for plan. BuACK 4 BAIRD. 95
Fourth ave. jef-6-7,8,10,12,14,17,19,21,21,23,23
TTIOR 8ALE-FINE BUILDING
LOT AT A
u bargain, on Avery st.
W. W. MCNEILL 4 BBO,
St., Allegheny, near parks,
iua if ourtn ave.
FOR SALE-LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues and Lombard street. Allegheny, In
the Tenth and Twelfth wards; on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH MCN AUGHER, 43 N. Dlamondst.
'OR SALE-ALLEGHENY LOTS ACKLEY
St.. between Buena Vista and Monterev at..
4 lots 20x100 each to 20-foot alley; these are de
sirable building lots. ALLES 4 BAILEY, 134
Fourth ave. Tel. 167. JeJZ-17
FOR SALE-FINE LARGE LOT ON PERRXS
VILLE avenue, Allegheny, on line of electric
cars, and an elegant location: size 37x177 feet; one
of the prettiest building sites on the avenue.
Terms from JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO., 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. Je22-43orws
T7OR SALE-AT AUCTION.
A? bulldlnff lots, on Johnston ave.
Grove, and on Flowers ave. AU In Speck's Plan,
uu tue promise next Damruay, une as, at z:
o'clock F. M. Call or send for plans. W. A
HEHRON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth ave. Je23-79
FOR SALE-NINE ACRES-FRAME HOUBE.
frame barn, outbuildings, poultry yard, etc.;
2 acres orchard, grapes, currants and raspberries,
at station on P., McK. 4 Y. R. E. ED. W1T
TISH, 410 Grant St., Pittsburg, Pa. Je22-D
FOR SALE LOTS.
bulldloglots at auction, Saturday, Junes,
at 2:30 o'clock p.m.
No. 80 Fourth ave.
IWO'CIOCKP. M. W. A. HEKUUft A SONS..
FOR SALE-FLOWERS' AVE.. HAZELWOOD
building lots at auction, Saturday, June 29,
at 2:30 o'clock PvH. W. A. HEREON 4 SONS,
No. 80 Fourth ave. Je21-3-JtwF
FOR SALE-IN J. J. SPECK'S PLAN,
Hazclvrood, at auction, large building lots on
Johnston and Flowers ave.. on the premises next
Saturday, at 2:30 o'clock P. u. For plans see W.
A. UERRON i. SONS, 0 Fourth ave. Je279
FOE SALE-LOTS AT HAZELWOOD AND
Glenwood. near the station: only 15 minutes
from new B. & O. station. Sinlthfield st. : graded
streets, sidewalks, city water, gas: S300 to (1,000;
bouses for sale, small payment down, baltnce In
monthly payments if desired: railroad fare,
m on thl v tickets, 5i cents per trip. GEORGE C.
BURUWIN, 150 Fourth ave. Jcl6-71-MWFSSU
FOR SALE-AT AUCTION-LOTS IN BLAIE
estate, Ulenwood, Twenty-third ward, city,
Monday. June 24. and every Monday thereafter on
arrival at Glenwood of trains leaving city at 3:20
and 3.33 p.m.; only 15 mlnntes ride from new B.
40.depot; monthly tickets 5S cents per trip. To
those who contemplate buying a home, but do not
want to pay the fancy prices ruling el-en here, we
offer these lots at the remarkably low prices of
S125 to $1,000, to Introduce them on the market.
Terms, io per cent cash, balance on long time and
monthly payments lx desired. Here is your
chance to buy before the "boom'' reaches this
section. bAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth
OR SALE AT W1LKINSBURG-DESIRA-
BLE building lots at low prices: location
Sood. Call or send for printed list, free. W. A.
ERRON 4 SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
FOE SALE-ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. HOTELS,
boarding bouses, cottages, lots and bath
houses to let or for sale by. I. G. ADAMS 4 CO.,
real estate agents, R.st. 4 Law Bdg., Atlantic
Cltv. N. J. my20-24-D
FOIt SALE BUSINESS.
, T '- -"
SALE-BAEBEB SHOP, 4 CHAIES;
mer quitting the business; 2 or 4 weeks
price, 8300. Address BARBER, Dispatch
FOR SALE FINE; EXTENSIVE AND PROF
ITABLE bakery, lec cream and confection
ery business; nothing better and must be sold;
also, grocery, drygoods. drug, cigar, china and
notion stores; printing office, butcher shop, baker
ies and other business chances. Free particulars.
SHEPARD 4 CO.. M Fifth ave. Jel6
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Ilorses., Vehicles. Live Stock. fcc
FOE SALE-FINE FEAZIEE EOAD CARTS,
C. W ESP 4 CO., 420 Duquesnc way. Jel2-43
FOR SALE-HORSES JUST ARRIVED. DO
you want a horse? If so. yon will save money
by going to Exposition track: coach, buggy, sad
dle, business and draught, horses arriving dally.
JAS. MOKEOWN. Jel3-S8
FOR SALE-FINE MATCHED PAIR GELD
INGS, bays, 16 bands, full brothers, 7 and 8
years old: lady can drive them; not afraid of any
thing; can trot 3-rnln. clip to pole; also a fine
family horse. For further particulars call on or
address J. J. CRAWFORD, Toronto, O,
C. 4 P.
FOB SALE-MY BLACK GELDING NOW IN
Mr. J. E. BERRYMAN'S training stable. Ex
position Driving Park; mnst be sold immediately;
be Is 6 years old, IS hands high, fine mane and tall,
perfect action and superior style; he was pur
chased In Kentucky one month ago, and, as I nave
no further use for him, I will refuse no reasonable
FOR SALE ONE FAMILY HORSE, CHESf
N UT sorrel, not afraid of cable or steam cars,
16 hands high. 6 years old, and sound; also, one
barouche In good order; also ono set of English
barouch e harness, whip and lap robe; also, one
buggy, built by West 4 Co., In good order, one
set of buggy harness; the above articles will be
sold at a bargain. Inquire at A. JACKMAN 4
SON'S, SM to 633 Penn ave. e23-68
Machinery and Metal.
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles kept in stock, from
4 to 100 h. p.; all refitted; good as new, at lowest
pncea; monnieu pori&nie engines, o io zo n. p.
iaia rark wa j.
J's. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa.
IOR SALE-28X43 CORLISS ENGINE: ONLY
runavear: can be seen In oneratlon: nrlee
on aonllcaf Ion: also a new Mrante Co. stave ma
chine, all complete: capacity 10,000 in 10 hours;
will sell at low figure. J. A. MCCORMICK. 150
First ave. aul-p32-HW7
IOR SALE-CONTRACTORS' MACHINERY:
one 7J4xl2-lnch double engine, double drum:
others large and small, with single or dorble
friction drums; wire and manlla rope centrifugal
pumps, .etc.; two 2Sx4S-tnch borltontal engines
with flywheels. THOMAS CAHLIN'S SONS, cor.
Lacpck and Sanduskvats.. Allegheny. Ial7-MWT
PERSONAL-BOOKS WANTED-1F YOU
bavfe one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth SLOOO, let us know: we.will buy one as
quickly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK STORE.
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. my3-2S
PERSONAL-WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIFE,
mother or daughters In repairing and clean
ing your old clothes, when It can be done for a
trifle by DICKSON,' the Tailor, cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood St., second floor? Charges moderate;
facilities unsurpassed: 6ults made to order; spring
styles now ready. Telephone 1553. mhs
LOST-JUNE 22, ON PITTSBURG TRACTION
road, between Market and Craig sts.. pocket
book containing sum or money. Liberal reward
If returned to J. M. TATE, 943 Liberty St., city.
LOST -GOLD WATCH -ON SATURDAY
evening coming away from baseball grounds,
a gold watch; had initial P. S. on outside of case.
Ten dollars reward will be paid for return of same
to PETER SCHUCK, 67 Washington ave.. South
-j OTICE.TO BONDHOLDERS-
In pursuance of the provisions contained in
the mortgage boifds of tho Monongabela Navi
gation Company, issued July 1, 1882, one hun
dred bonds, numbered as follows, will become
dne and payable on July 1, 1889. and interest
thereon will cease on that date, viz.:
Nns. 1. 2. 13. 14. 28, 31. 32. 34, 30, 42, 44. 43. 6L 61,
62, 76. 89, 94, 101, 102, 104, 105, 11L 117, 123, 126, 129.
144, 145, 147, 149, 150, 153. 157, 168, 160, 162. 167, 17L
173, ISO, 181, 182. 193, 195. 196, 199, 202, 211, 213, 217,
218. 230. 243, 246, 247, 268, 289, 270. 270, 280, 284, 285,
286, 296, 304, 307, 311, 312, 314, 318, 322, 829, 33SL 353.
363, 370, 371, 379, 380, 381. 384. 389. 392. 397, 399, 401,
405, 408, 414, 417, 431, 435, 439, 443, 448, 453, 453, 476,
These bonds will be paid with Interest to
July 1, 1889, at any tlmo after Jnne L 1889, on
presentation and surrender thereof with all
unmatured coupons attached, at the Trades
men's National Bank of Pittsburg, or at my of
fice. No. 110 Diamond street, Pittsburg.
W. BAKEWELL, Treasurer.
PITT3BUBO. April 29, 1889. JL. apZM-M:
Semi-annual report of tbe
Dollar, Savings Bank,
124 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.
Amount due depositors, June L
18S9. 12,454,687 21
Amount dne dividend, Jnne 1, 1880. 229,504 04
Amount due contingent fund 696,769 68
Total liabilities., .$13,390,960 93
Loans pn bond and mortgage 8 3,235,141 43
Mortgage interest due 10,478 15
TJ. S. Government bonds 3,317,32s 67
Pennsylvania State bonds 716.4J0 00
Pittsbnrg city bonds 1,118,931 00
Allegheny city'bonds 578,762 CO
County of Allegheny bonds 1,253,140 83
City of Pittsburg school districts
bonds..... 183,349 00
City of Allegheny school districts
bonds 78,230 00
County of Allegheny school dis
tricts bonds 134.500 CO
City ol acranton (4's) bonds 62,492 00
Monongahela water fa's) bonds.... 23,450 00
McKeosport water (5's) bonds.;... 17,900 00
New Brighton oorough (5's) bonds. 10.000 00
Verona borough (6's) bonds 900 00
Homestead borongh.(5's) bonds.... 3.000 00
North side bridge (6's) bonds 7.8S8 00
Point bridge (6's) bonds 83,951 00
P., A. & M. passenger railway (b"s).
bonds 23,027 50
Pittsburg and Connellsville R. It,
(6's) bonds. 2.CO0 0O
Green Tree borough (5's) bonds.... 6,000 00
Monongahela bridge (5's) bonds... 17,880 00
Sewiclcley water (8'sl bonds 21.207 00
Beaver county (4's) bonds 6,000 00
Knoxville borough (5's) bonds 8.000 00
Masonic Fund Society (4's) bonds. . 62,000 00
Pa.&N. Y. Canal and B. B. (5's)
bonds 231.000 00
Etna borough (5's) bonds... 6.000 00
Collateral loans. 850,293 59
Real estate 151,934 94
Real estate bank property..... 125,000 00
Bank stocks. Pittsburg banks 49,824 25
Cash in banks and on Hand 1,036,281 57
Total assets 511330,960 93
Present number of depositors. 80,789, aver
aging 1404 78 each. JAS. B. D. MEEDS,
Pittsburg, June L 1889. Treasurer.
Tbe undersigned Auditing Committee re
spectfully report that they have examined the
assets of the bank and lind them to correspond
with the above report;
Bent. Bakewell, "1
Jno. B. Jackson. I Auditing
THOS.H.LANB, I Committee.
William w. SpzebJ
PrrrsBtmo, June 18. 1889.
The Trustees have declared a dividend of two
(2) per cent for tbe last sixmontbs, ending May
3L 1889, payable forthwith. If not drawn will
bear Interest from June 1, 1889. je22-54-D
TO LET-30 BLUFF ST.; GOOD LOCATION; 8
rooms; late Improvements; rent low. W. A.
HEBRON 4 SONS. 80 Fourth avenue.
TO LET-NO. 171 SECOND AVE.. BRICK
dwelling: hill and rooms: possession Im
mediately. J. -M. STONES, 28 Bakewell Build
TO LET-AND PART OF THE FUENITURE
for sale at a big sacrifice, line new brick
bouse of 8 rooms: ball. batb. hot and cold witer,
both gases, slate mantels. Inside shutters; situate
on one of the best streets in the beconward: rent
only 30 permonth: possession July 1. SceEWING
&BYKK3. No. 107 Federal street. Je23-8-MWSu
TO LET 101 FAYETTE ST., ALLEGHENY,
good brick, 8 rooms: late lmprovemcnts:rent
low. W. A. HEEEON 4 bONS, & Fourth ave.
Offices. Dexk Koom. etc
mo LET-AVELL LIGHTED OFFICE. NEWLY
modern conveniences. Apply
.& pnioKu: eievaior, janitor service ana al
SAVINGS BANK, 423 Wood street.
TO LET-AT HAZEL W'OOD-A NICE 2-STORY
frame bouse, 6 rooms, porch, etc.; rent lis
amonth. I. M. PENNOCK 4 SON.. No. 105
Fourth ave. Je20-97-MIhS
37 and 33 Bank St.; 3 minutes' walk from
Union depot: contains 30 rooms. Address J.
DUNN. 51 Rockwell St.. Cleveland, O. Je20-5
TO LET-COR. FIRST AVE. AND GRANT ST.,
3-story brick house of 13 rooms, bath, both
kinds ofgas, etc.; pood stand for store or board
ing house. I. M. PENNOCK 4 SON. UK Fourth
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A.
R. Winternitz is no longer in my employ,
and I cantion hotels and the trade not to trust
him on my account. G. KANN,
Nos. 204 and 208 Wood st.
PrrrsBtmo. Pa.. Jnne 17. 1883. Je230
-vrOTTCE-A MEETING OF THE TRAV
iy ELING salesmen Is requested for SAT
URDAY, June 29, at Wholesale Grocers' rooms,
3 P. IT. sharp, corner of Sixth and Liberty sts.
LON F. DALLMEYER.
Je239 Becretaryof J. M. Little Fnnd.
VTOTICE-A SPECIAL SIEETING OF
LN Stone Masons International Union, No. 9,
of Pittsburg-. will be held on THURSDAY.June
27, 1889, at No. 121 Madison avenue, All egheny
City. Pa. By order of
je23-93 , COMMITTER
LODGE 45. F. AND A. M.. WILL HOLD A
special meeting on THI8 (MONDAY)
evening, June 24, 18S9. at 7 o'clock, sharp. Re
ception to the officers of tho Grand Lodge.
Members of the fraternity are cordially invited.
JC24-5 By order W.M.
Franklin Lodoe 221, F. 4 a. M.,
PrrrsBtmo, June 24. 1889. J
THE MEMBERS OF FRANKLIN LODGE
221, F. & A. M.. will meet at
FREE MASONS' HALL
TUESDAY AFTERf OON, June 25. 1889.
at 1 o'clock sharp, to attend the funeral of our
late brother, John N. Neely. Members of sis
ter lodges are invited to attend wltb us.
JOHN McKAIN, By order of the
QEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
pi CEIVED by the City Controller up until
Friday, July 5, 1889, at 2 o'clock p. it., tor the
care, maintenance and management of the city
scales for the ensuing year. Proposals must
be accompanied by bonds in the sum of $2,000
probated before the Mayor or City Clerk.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at the office of City Controller
until SATURDAY, June 29, A, D. 1S89, at 2
p. M., for placing new dial In clock on tower of
Municipal Hall. Specifications can be seen at
this office. Each proposal must be accompa
nied by a bond in donble the amount, probated
before the Mayor or City Clerk. The Depart
ment of Awards reserves the right to reject
any or all bids. E.M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
BUSINESS TAX AND WATER RENTS,
1889. Notice is herebygiven that tbe du
plicates for the business tax and water rents for
the year 1889 have been placed in my hands lor
collection by tbe Board of Assessors autnor
ized to assess the same.
Tho time for paying said taxes and water
rents at tbe Cltv Treasurer's office is the month
of June. No discounts allowed.
Water rents and business tax remaining un
paid after June SO. 1889, will be placed in the
hands of tbe Collector nf DellnqucntTaxes for
collection, with 5 per cent added.
All - applicants for statements of water
rents must give name of tbo owner of the prop
erty they occupy or desire to pay water rent
for. J. F. DENNISTON,
je5-95-l City Treasurer.
ESTATE OF FRANK MAZZA, DECD
Notice i3 hereby given that letters of ad
ministration on tbe estate of Frank Mazza,
late of Allegheny. Pa., dee'd. have been Issued
to the undersigned. Persons indebted will
make mayment, and persons having claims
will present same to me.
iel643-at No. 623 East Ohio st, Allegheny.
JjISTATE OF GEORGE McCANDLEsS
Li Letters of administration on the estate of
eo. McCindless. late of Pittsburg. Pa., de
ceased, having been granted to the under
signed, all persons having claims or demands
againstsaid estate will make them known with
out delay, and all persons indebted to the amo
arc requested to make immediate payment.
JOHN H. ARMSTRONG, Administrator,
my20M 2115 Penn ave., Pg., Pa.
ESTATE OF SUSANNAH M'CANDLESS.
Letters ot administration on 'the estate
of Susannah McCandless, deceased, late of
Pittsburg, Pa., having been granted to tbe un
dersigned, all persons having claims or de
mands against said estate win make them
known without delay, and all persons indebted
to the same are requested to make Immediate
JOHN H. ARMSTRONG, Administrator,
my20-l-M 2115 Penn ave.. Pittsbnrg, Pa.
3. M. STONER. Bakewell Law Building.
ESTATE OF ROBERT SHANKEY. Dfl
CEASED Administrator's notice No
tice is hereby given that letters of administra
tion on the estate of Robert Shankey, late of
the Fourth ward, city of Allegheny, in the
connty of Allegheny and the State of Pennsyl
vania, deceased, have been granted to tbe un
dersigned, to whom all "persons indebted to said
estate are renuested to make immediate n.iv.
ment, and those having claims or demands
aeainst the same will make them known, with
out delay, to JOHN FRANCIS. Administra
tor, 10 Grantham street, Allegheny, Pa.
William Ross, executor, et aL vs Elizabeth
Donnell et aL
rr THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
No. 1, of Allegheny county. No. 2, Septem
ber Term, 18SB To Jobn Donnell, Thomas Don
nell, of John, John Montgomery and Mary A,
bis wife, Asa Derrick and Eliza P., his wife,
Tbomas Donnell, of William, James Donnell,
Joseph Donnell, of William. Peter Ward and
Martha H.. his wife.'Henrv Donnell. Minnie
M. Donnell, Margaret E. Donnell and Mar
garet Donnell: You are hereby notified that
suit has been brought In the above s'ated case
by Willia.ni Ross, executor, et aL vs Elizabeth
Donnell et al., includinc yourselves, for tbe
partition of a certain piece of gronnd situato
in Fawn township, Allecheny county, Penn
sylvania, described as follows: Beginning at a
white oak; thence n. 2. w. 200 perches to a
?ost: thence n.7, e.2C0 perches to a post;
hence 2K. e. 200 perches to a white oak:
thence s. 87J50, w. 200 perches to the place of
beginning, containing two hundred and thirty
five acres and four-fifths and allowances. Re
turnable on the tint MONDAY of August, 1889.
ALEX. 2 MCCANDLESS,
Boqnet street and Allegheny avenue.
WASHINGTON VS ALLEGHENY-
Monday Jnne 24
Tuesday. June 25
Wednesday........ June 28
Thursday June 27
Train at 3-40. Game at 4 p.
PICNIC GROVE FREEI
Onl78lxmiles from tbe 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, fine dancing
The use of the grove will be given free to
Sunday schools, societies, lodges, G.A.R. posts,
private fetes, etc., tbe only charge being fare
on the steam elevator to and from the grounds.
For dates and further particulars apply to
J. H. DAWSON, Lacock street, near Feo--eral
street, Allegheny, or to A. CLANEY on
the grounds. v mrll-15-P
i E. L1NKENHE1MER,
645 Smithfield street, Pittsburg, Pa. FrelhelU
Freund Building, second floor. mh24-80-xwT
pXAMINATIONS FOR ADMISSION TO
J2i Trinity Colleee, Hartford. Conn., will
be held in Boom 18, Bakewell Law Building;
Pittsburg; beginning at 10 o'clock', A. M., oq
Tuesday, June 25, 1389. Je23-95
EXAMINATIONS FOR ADMISSION TO
Yale College and the Sheffield Scientific
-chool will be held in the Shatlvslde Academy
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 27, 28
and 29, beginning at 9 A. M, each day.
NEW YORK MILITARY ACADEMY,
Cornwall-on-Hndson. Courses of study in
civil engineering;, English and classics. Labor
atory, drawing room and field work. Beautiful
Duildine, grounds, location, COL. C. J.
WRIGHT, B. S A. M Supt; BELDKN" F.
HYATT. Comd't ot Cadets. Jelt-P
AUCTION SALE-OF FINE CARPETB
25, at 10 o'clock, at the rooms. No. 3U Market
street. Handsome parlor suits In silk and.
crnsbed plnsb, tapestries, brocatelles and dam
ask, lounges, couches, mantel bed, wardrobe
beds, glass-door wardrobe, pier and cheval
mirrors, lambrequins, moquetj, body and tap
estry brnssels and Ingrain carpets, linoleum,
curtains, bedding, lamps, clocks, fancy goods,
toilet ware, dishes, fine chamber suits, tables,
chairs, rocker, bookcases, bedsteads, desks,
wasbstands, hat racks, bureans. sideboards, ex
tension tables, two iron office sales, refriger
ators, stoves, matting, cedar chests, cupboards,
step ladders, sprinirs and mattresses.
HENRY" AUCTION CO..
"PROPOSALS FOR ORDNANCE SUP
JL PLIES RncklslandArsenaLBocklsland,
HI., June 12, 18a9. Sealed proposals. In tripli
cate, will be received until 1 o'clock p. M.. on
FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1S89. for furnishing saddle
blankets, forage, silver, gold, stoel, tin, bras3,
iron.copperand brass rivets and burs;iron,bras3
and copper wlro: nails, screns, tacks, bolts,
nuts, leather, thread, rope. duck, paints, oils,
chemicals,- paper, cleaning and pollshlns
materials, flies, etc, dnrlngthe fiscal year end
ing June 80. 1890. Printed lists of supplies
needed, with full instructions, stipulations, etc
can be had on application to MAJOR JNO. R.
McGINNESS, Ordnance Department, U. S.A
PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING STA
TIONERY, furniture, fuel and other
In compliance with the Constitution and laws
or 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 tbo several
departments, and for the distribution of the
public documents, for the year ending the first
Monday of June, A. D. IS90.
Separate proposals will be received and sepa
rate contracts awarded as announced in said
schedules. Each proposal must be accompa
nied by a bond with approved sureties, condi
tioned for the faithful performance of the con
tract, and addressed and delivered to me before
12 o'clock at. on Tuesday, the 9th day of July.
A. D. 1889. 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 all
necessary information can ho obtained on ap
plication at this department.
CHARLES W. STONE,
je2-63-D Secretary of the Commonwealth.
n Office orBosouon Cleke. i
M CKeesport, Pa.. June 15, 1S89.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED
proposals will be received at the office of
the Borough Clerk until TUESDAY. June 25,
A.D. 1889, at 4 p.x.,forthe followlngsewersand
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,
fom Virgin to Martin streets.
One ot 12 inches in diameter on Butler alley,
from Strawberry to Mulberry alley.
Grading, curbing and paving wltb firebrick
of Grant street, from Shaw's avenue to Evans
avenue, and Olive street, from Jenny Lind
street to Huey street.
Plans and specifications of the above work
can be seen, and blanks for bidding and all in
formation can be bad at tbe Engineer's office
on and after June 2L
Each proposal must be. accompanied by a
bond in donble the amount of tbe proposal and
probated before a notary public, and unless
tbis Is strictly adhered to the bid will not be
The Committee on Sewers and Streets reserve)
the right to reject any or all Droposals.
Jel5-23-15-19-24 GEO. BOSSART. Clerk.
RECRUITING RENDEZVOUS, PENN
avenue. Pittsburg, Pa.. June 16. 1SS9.
Sealed proposals in triplicate, subject to tho
usual conditions, will be received at this offloe
until 12 o'clock noon, Jnne 26, 1SK9, and then
opened, for furnishing cooked rations, three
substantial meals daily, of good quality, and
the allowance of soar and candles authorized
to be Issued to a soldier, to tbe recruiting party
and recruits stationed at this rendezvous during
the fiscal year commencing July 1, 1S89, and
ending June 30, 1890. Preference will be given
to articles of domestic production or manu
facture, conditions of quality and price (in
cluding in the price of toreign productions or
manufactures the duty thereon) being equal.
The Government reserves the right to reject
any or all proposals. Forms of proposals and
full information will be furnished on annllea-
tion to this omco. Proposal for furnishing
complete rations at a place objectionable to re
cruits will not be considered. Envelopes con
taining proposals should be marked, "Proposals
for Cooked Rations," and addressed to CAP
TAIN R.G.HEINER, Recruiting Office, 915
Penn avenue. Pittsburg. Pa. Je21-33
C0.50U each, moderate cash payment, balance)
500 per annum, elegant new two-story and
mansard brick dwellings, 8 rooms, hall, bath,
laundry, slate mantels, art fire places, tila
hearths, sliding doors, wired for electric light;
fine chandeliers, both gases, plate glass win
dows, etc.; Oakland Square, five minutes from
Fifth avenue cable line and directly on line 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, sewared
and paved with aspbaltnm;on each side ot and,
facing the park are the above described dwell
ings; most desirable houses yet offered; erv.
hancement of values sure. SAMUEL WV
BLACKI& CO., 99 Fourth ave. myll-39-D .
A chance for employment at Glass
or Iron Works, and Lots for Homes
Cheap, on Easy Payments, on the
At Cochran station, Monongahela
Division, Pennsylvania Railroad.
J. R. WYLIE, Agent,
Or No. 8 Wood street, room No. 5,
(Successor to Edward C. Young),
LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE,
53U FIFTH AVE.,
Near Aiken, Shadyside. Customers can bo
sure of polite attention, sate drivers and com
fortable and stylish turnouts. . je23-12
he Specialist, of 47 Ohio street. Allcchenr.
-defies competition in the cure of all chronic
troubles. He does not point to fictitious tes
timonials. COME AND SEE THE ORIGINALS,
At his office, of your neighbors who have been
cured in Pittsburg and Allegheny. Consulta
tion free je21
91 AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-74-O
Of all kinds of wearing apparel, such as dresesa, .
tea gowns and wrappers. Also Turkish, Mad
ras and portier curtains, lambrequins, table
covers, mantel scarfs, tidies and all other tex
tile fabrics dry cleaned at tbe
SIXTH AVENUE DYE WORKS,
M. MAY SONS & Co.
66 SIXTH AVE.
Goods called for and delivered. jall-TTS
r A. RALPH,
41 seventh avenue,