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THE PITTSBUEG- DISPATCH, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1889;
The Miners Will Consult With the
State Attorney General.
WILL HELP FELLOW LABORERS.
Proposed New Motive Power for Street Bail
vay Lines in the Cities.
THE PEOPObED SHADE BEASCH SCALE
The Eailroad Miners Convention, held at
Knights of Labor hall, yesterday, was a
very important one. John D. Conway pre
sided and Thomas Kennedy acted as Secre
tary. There were 35 delegates present, rep
resenting 43 mines. The reports of the dele
gates was the first bnsiness before the meet
ing, the object of which was to consider the
"pluck-me" store system. Some of them
said that the mines were idle because the
operators refused to employ men who do not
deal at their store. Others reported that the
stores at their mines bad been closed by the
A committee on resolutions was appointed
and the convention adjourned for dinner.
At the afternoon session a committee com
posed of Messrs. J. F. Welch and J. D. Con
way was appointed to call on the merchants of
the two dues and solicit financial aid in fight
in; the company store system. If these stores
arc abolished the trad of the city merchants
will be greatly increased. Another committee
was appointed, consisting of Messrs. Welch,
Conway and John Flannery, to consult with the
Attorney General of the State relative to the
law on company stores.
The Committee on Resolutions then reported
the following, which were unanimously
W llEEEAK, The delegates of the railroad miners
of this district on May ta. cave expression to
tlielr views on the company or "pluck-me" store
bcrcas. The evils and Injustice of these stores
iave not been removed or mitigated: therefore
Resolved, That we see no other proper way to
meet this question lalrly than to insist on pay
ment or wares in full in cash and the abolition of
company stores in connection with mines
Itesolied, That the duty of all miners is to not
patronize stores which are operating in defiance
of the laws of our state.
Resolved, That the miners of this district ask
the advice of the Attorney General as to the
proper way to prevent the operation of such
Kesolvcd, That we appeal to a Triendly public to
contribute to a fund to defray necessary expenses
and In supporting victimized miners who suffer
tor their participation in this movement, and that
we ask all fair employers to loin us in opening
their mines to victimized fellow-workmen with
whom we believe it is our duty to share our wore,
as it Is all we have to pire as our donation.
Jtesolved. That a convention be called to meet
Julys, and that In the meantime the Executive
Hoard be kept in tbe field, and that the oflicers of
the organizations be requeued to assist and con
tinue to rive thts movement tbclr unqualified and
earnest support, and that due notice be given of
ficially to each mine committee that a convention
will be held.
ily order of the committee.
Mr. John Flannery, of the Trades Journal,
the organ of tbe miners, presented his resigna
tion as Treasurer, taking the ground that he is
not eligible, not being a member of the Execu
tive Committee. He was promptly made a
member of that body and his resignation was
A KEW MOTOR LINE.
Tbe Transverse Street Railway to be Bon
Without Horses Enough Power to Sell
An Experimental Line.
Rapid transit in the two cities will receive
another acquisition in a new cable road, which
will be operated from the B. fc O. railroad
depot on the Transverse street car line.
An application will be made for a charter by
a number of gentlemen, who intend to form a
corporation under the name of the Allegheny
Traction Company. The names of the incor
porators are James A. McDevitt, C. It Magee,
Joshua Rhodes, John D. .Nicholson, John H.
Dalzell, George B. Hill and A. C. McCallam,
feeveral efforts were made yesterday to see
some of the incorporators in regard to tbe pro
posed scheme, but most of them refused to have
anything to say on tbe subject,
i It was learned, however, that the new com
rv&ny, whose members are all interested in the
Transverse street car line intend to introduce
electric or cable motive power on every street
car road in Allegheny, and they are only de
ciding upon the Transverse line as a starter.
The road will be ran o er the same route as the
borse cars are running at present, and. opera
tions will be commenced as soon as the char
ter is granted. All the preliminary arrange
ments for the completion of the road have
already been made and it is expected that tbe
cable cars will be running over the road by
One of the gentlemen Interested in the road,
when asked whether a cable could be run
across tbeNorthside bridge, stated that be did
cot think there would be any difficulty on that
account and outside of that the entire road is
as well suited for cable as horse power.
"Our intention is," said one of the incorpora
tors, "to establish a motor company with tbe
view of supplying motive power to some of the
streetcar lines already in operation in Alle
gheny." "Does that include the Allegheny and Man
No, because we are not stockholders In that
company. Of course, if tbe directors of the
Allegheny and Manchester line want us to
supply tbem with motive power we can do
Then, continuing, the informant Intimated
that, while be did not hare direct authority tor
saying so, be believed that within a short time
all the street car lines in Allegheny would bo
consolidated and absorbed by one company.
Whether this consolidation will include the
Pleasant Vallej car line or no, the gentle
man refused to state.
Tbe capital stock ot the proposed Allegheny
Traction Company is $350 000.
It is now stated by officers of the Central
Traction line that they do net expect to have
It in operation before the middle of November.
About SO days were lost on account of the
Johnstown disaster, and 60 days on account of
the difficulty In getting a perfect title to the
property on which the power bouse is to be
erected. Hereafter, however, the work will be
pushed with all the energy possible, and no
more time be lost
THE SHADE BRaXCH SCALE.
The FUtsbur Delegation Depart! for New
York to Arrange It,
President W. J. Smith, of the American
Flint Glass-Workers' Union, and the Pittsburg
delegation of workers, left last night to attend
tbe conference in New York to-day on the
Shade list prices for the next fire The com
mittee consists of James Arboeast. of T, TT as.
Philllpsburg; George Engstron, L. TJ. No. 6,
Pittsburg; John Morrell, L. U. No. 80, Fos
toria. No trouble is expected, as no material change
in the present lists is expected. Tbe workers
have an advantage over tbe Pittsbnrg manu
facturers, as none of them belong to the manu
facturers' organization with which the workers'
union are dealing. The Eastern men and the
workers' committee arrange the prices, and the
shade men in this section of the State who
have nothing to do with the arranging of wages
are compelled to pay tbe scale arranged at
these annual conferences. Some of the flint
glass men here make several varieties of glass
ware, and if they belonged to all the associa
tions connected with their trade would be kept
busy attending to tbe business of these organi
sations. This is tbe reason the Pittsburg Shade
men are not in the association of shade manu
facturers. AN IMPORTANT DECISION.
President Wclhe, of the Amalgamated Asso
ciation, Rules on a Point of Interest.
A very important question has been
asked President Weihe, of the Amal
gamated Association, and he answered
it at the session of the convention. The
question came from the Grievance Committee
and was in reference as to what constitutes a
double turn and as to whether a helper has a
right to claim his old situation after having ac
cepted a better position, being thrown out of
employment shortly after. Several cases were
cited and President Weihe made tbe following
"When a helper, roll hand or any member of
this association leaves one situation to go to
another, and accepts the latter permanently, he
or they cannot lay claim to his or their old sit
uation in the event of the new situation prov
ing a failure. And should the new situation,
furnaces, ex, run three successive months no
matter at what period of the year it commences
it then becomes a double turn job, and in the
event of said furnace, furnaces, roll, etx, being
discontinued or stopped, said party or parties
working at said furnace, furnaces, rolls, etc,
being thrown out of employment, are entitled
to and must get an equal division of the work."
Contribntlon From the Flints.
The American Flint Glass Workers' Union
has contributed about 6.000 toward the relief
of the Johnstown flood sufferers. Yesterday
President Smith received an additional con
tribution of K01 05 from Local Unions Nos. 36
fnd 78. the result of an entertainment given at
Phulipsburg. He also received $29 from Mur
ray s factory, fl86 from Rohrbacher'a and $89
from Gillender's, all In Philadelphia,
DON'T WANT PLDCK-ME'S.
The River Miners Meet nnd Stand by the
Kallrond Diggers' Decision.
The miners of the Monongahela Valley held
a delegate convention yesterday at Byers Hall,
Monongahela City, to consider the price for
tninlntTand the store order question. There
were 42 delegates present, representing 38 mines
ont of 65 located along tbe river.
Master Workman Jenkins presided, and after
the delegates bad been seated the price for
mining was discussed. It was -unanimously
decided to insist on the 3-cent rate in the first
three pools and 2 cents in the Fourth pool, to
take cifect and continue after JulyL It was
also decided that work bo suspended for a
period of ten days, to give tbe operators an op
portunity to consider tbe matter. If the price
is not granted a strike will be ordered.
The company or "pluck-me" store question
was next discussed. National" Secretary
Watchorn. of N. T. A. 135, K. ot 1 and Gen
eral Executive Boarder John Costello spoke on
the subject at length.
After a discussion on the question the follow
ing resolutions wero adopted:
Itesolved, That wc are unalterably opposed to
the store-order system, and that we unite heart
andhandvtiththorallroad miners in the crusade
against this evil.
Resolved, That all delegates present be re
quested to Impress upon their constituents the
necessity of more thorough organization.
THOSE FOREIGN GLASS BLOWERS.
Secretary Windom: Orders a Thorough
W. J. Brennan. Esq., has gone to Washing
ton and laid the case of the violation of tbe
contract labor law before Secretary of the
Treasury Windom by the importation of foreign
window glass blowers. It is alleged that the
foreign blowers, who are now at work at
Jeannette, didcome over at the request of
President James Campbell, of the Window
Glass Workers' Association, and at the request
of James Chambers, of Chambers & McKee.
Secretary Windom ordered that the papers
in the case be rent to Boston where tho men
landed and a full investigation will be made.
When the result of this investigation is re
ceived Secretary Windom will make his de
cision. President Campbell is not worried at all over
the investigation and says he is ready for any
decision that may be made.
A Bundle of Nerves.
This term is often applied to .people whose
nerves are abnormally sensitive. They should
strengthen them with Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters. After a course of that beniim tonic,
they will cease to be conscious that they have
nervous systems, except through agreeable
sensations. It will enable them to eat, sleep
and digest well, the three media for increasing
tone and vigor in the nerves, in common with
tbe rest of tbe system. The mental worry be
gotten by nervous dyspepsia will also dis
appear. Flue Whiskies.
X. X. X. 1855, Pure Eye "Whisky, full
quarts $2 00
18b0, McKim's Pure Eye Whisky,
full quarts 3 00
Monogram, Pure Eye Whisky, full
quarts.... 1 75
Extra Old Cabinet, Pure Eye Whisky,
lull quarts -. 1 50
Gibson's, 1879, Pure Eye Whisky, full
quarts 2 00
Gibson's Pure Eye Whisky, full
quarts 1 50
Guckenheimer Pure Eye Whisky, full
quarts 1 00
Guckenheimer Export,Pure Eye Whis
ky, full quarts 1 50
Moss Export, Pure Eye Whisky, full
quarts 1 25
1879 Export, Pure Eye Whisky, full
quarts 1 25
1880 Export, Pure Eye Whisky, full
quarts 1 00
For sale by G. W. Schmidt, Nos. 95 and
97 Fifth ave.
What n Comfort
To feel you have got the worth of your
money, even in the smallest purchase. If
you're going to buy the boys some fireworks
for the Fourth why not go where you will
get the best goods for the least money? Our
all-colored fireworks are never excelled
and seldom equaled: besides, the prices are
no higher than the common goods are usu
ally sold for. .Look the stock over at James
W. Grove's before purchasing. twts
Old Sherry, full quarts 50c
Extra Old Sherry, full quarts 75c
Old Port, full quarts 50c
Extra Old Port, lull quarts 75c
Eiesling, full quarts 40c
Angelica, full quarts 50c
Muscatel, full quarts. 50c
Tokay, full quarts 50c
For sale by G. W. Schmidt, Nos. 95 and
97 Filth are.
Fireworks for the Fourth.
Largest assortment in the city; finest dis
play of pieces; prices lower than tbe lowest;
everything warranted first quality, whole
sale and retail, at J. H. Johnston's, 706
Don't Bur Fireworks
TJntil you have examined the stock we ex
hibit. It is the largest in the city, compris
ing all the novelties in the line. The goods
are from the best fireworks manufacturers
in the country. See them at James W.
Grove's, Filth avenue. twts
1828 Imperial Oporto Port, full quarts.53 00
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 150
Fine-Old Spanish Port, full quarts.... 1 00
For sale by G. "W. Schmidt, 95 and 97
Everybody Wonts Fun,
On Fourth July, and they can have it
if they invest a small amount in some of
those elegant all colored fireworks to be had
at James W. Grove's, Fifth ave. twts
1828, Imperial Amontillado Sherry,
full quarts $3 00
1828, Imported Brown Sherry, full
quarts 3 00
Pemartin Sherry, full quarts.... 2 00
Choice Old Brown Sherry, full quarts. 2 00
Harmony Sherry, full quarts 1 50
Fine Old Topaz Sherry, lull quarts.... 1 00
iUi OiUC VJT VT. VT. OCUUllUb, iJO ana vi
Tricycles, velocipedes, boys' wagons, lawn
swings, croquet, hammocks, footballs, base
balls, bats, dolls, toys, etc, in abundance at
James W. Grove's,Fifth ave. twts
Guns never so cheap as now. Send or
call for illustrated catalogue of guns, revol
vers, sportinc goods, etc.
J. H. Johnstojt, 706 Smithfield st.
Gbeat bargains in fine watches, jewelry,
sterling and quadruple plated tableware at
J. P. Steinmann's, 107 Federal st, Alle
"Golden Wedding" flour without a
Field nnd Tonrlata Glasses.
The largest and best assortment "of field
and tourists glasses, from $5 up. Binocular
telescopes and Bardoux rifle ranges from $25
andnpward. Our 510 field .and marine
glass cannot be had elsewhere for double
the price. Kornblttm, Optician,
No. 50 Fifth ave., near Wood st.
La I'crla del Fnmar.
These celebrated clear Havana Key West
Cigars are for sale at:
Hotel Duquesne, Hotel Anderson.
St Charles Hotel, Albemarle Hotel,
Union Depot Restaurant.
John Lanier, 3799 Fifth ave.
Peter A. Ganster, 35 and 37 Frankatown
John F. Ganster, 27 Frankatown ave.
Peter Weber, 76 Wvlie ave.
John C. StrouD, 25 Union st
E. W. Hagan." 009 Smithfield st
Neville Bayley, 405 Smithfield st.
J. K. Derr, 400 Market st
P. C. Dully. .540 Grant st
E. F. Eusch, 3716 Forbes st
Linhart, Bald & Co., 411 Smithfield st
Charles Eble, 6009 Penn ave.
G. W. Schmidt, 95 and 97 Fifth are.
THE PEOPOSED DITCH.
Some People Think a Canal to Lake
Erie Worth More Tlian the
IMPROVEMENT OP THE OHIO.
Coal Shippers See Ko Hope in the Sky, hut
Senator Quay Promises Help.
G0YEEX0E BEATEE AND THAT CANAL
It has leaked out that there was
more in that conference between coal
operators of this city and Senator Quay
than at first reported. According to Captain 1
N. Bunton, of Joseph Walton & Co., the feature
of a canal to Lake Erie was a matter of sec
ondary importance, the real object of the confer
ence being to devise ways and means to get rid
of tolls on the Monongahela river and consult
as to further improvement of the Ohio. As
tho proposition to make a canal to Lake Erie
is a pet measure in Beaver county, some people
guessed that this was tbe prime object of the
conference, but Mr. Bunton says it wasn't.
The river coal trade of Pittsburg is in a bad
way, not for want of money to operate, nor for
a market, but for want of a paying market
one which will stand the cost of tolls on the
Monongahela river, cost of long and difficult
navigation, the extra price paid for mining, ex
tra compared with other places, and finally ex
tra cost of plant or rather of product and in
consequence the heavy eights in the trade
are casting about for relief.
What tbe men who sat up with the junior
Senator of Pennsylvania do not tell might fill a
volume, perhaps, but they admit that they
talked about Monongahela river tolls. Mr. L
N. Bunton states that Mr. Quay promised to do
what he lould for them, lie also stated that
tbe canal to the lake was talked of, but says
there was no definite logomachy respecting it,
as it is beinc pushed by other Influences, and
anyhow will not assume definite shape until
after the commission appointed makes report
THE GOTEKNOB SAID TO BE IN IT.
It is quietly whispered in some localities that
the canal project is a favorite wrinkle of Gov
ernor Beaver, and that he proposes to have his
name linked with it as Its praises "go echoing
down the corridors of time." Well, whatever
His Excellency's motive miy be, efforts in that
behalf will be appreciated in this neighbor
hood. The commission's work will tie
to make a preliminary survey and report
feasibility, if any, and cost Mr. Benton states
that he knows of no discussion relative to tho
motive power that will be used should a canal
be built and seemed to think that not only
will there be no trouble on this score, but also
that there will be plenty of time to discuss the
best method of cooking the hare when it has
But although there is considerable unanimity
of opinion as to the bad condition of the river
coal trade of Pittsbure there are slightly di
vergent views respecting it Mr. T. P. Morgan
finds tbe greatest drawback to consist in tbe
Irregularity of prices in down-river ports, and
says that were a moderate price established)
and maintained a fair amount of money might
be made in the trade. He also stales that the
local coal trade, that of Pittsburg and Alle
gheny, It gradually coming back as tbe price
of natural gas grows. Anyone fairly fixed in
life will consent to Increased cost and use of
meter in his family consumption, but
much increase in price becomes a serious
matter in a large factory, and Mr. Morgan ex
pects to see the Pittsburg coal trade arise
again from its ashes before many years. As
the Cambria Iron Company alone used about
4,030.000 bushels of coal a year before it began
using gas an idea of what Pittsburg con
sumption would be may be had, as many of
ber heaviest factories can take coal directly
from the rivers.
Mr. George P. Thurston states that the Pitts
burg river coal trade amounts to 110.000,000
bushels a year, and tbe handling of it gives
occupation to an army four or five times as
large as that with which General Taylor won
the battle of Buena Vista.
THE TROUBLE IS NOT
wantof a market but of a. paying one; hence
tho desire to get to tbe lake regions, where
there will bo less competition.
The expression "carrying coals to New
castle" was once supposed to express
tbe most complete idea of busi
ness stupidity, but according to
Mr. Joseph Walton, carrying coals to the
South is now but little better and in a short
time will be even more unprofitable. There is
sale for all the coal that our fleets can carry,
but tbe product must compete with one which,
though inferior, can be put .oh tbe Southern
market at a cost that consumers consider moro
than compensating. An idea of the develop
ment in Alabama may bo bad by comparison of
a few figures and dates. According to censns
reports tbe coal output in Alabama was 11,000
tons, and in 18S6 it was estimated all the way
from 1,800,000 to 2,500,000, while the whole
amount shipped through the Monongahela
locks that year was but 1123,915 ton, and
when Alabama produced but 11.000 tons the
shipments through these same locks was 2 303,-
oao tons, or over zuu,iam tons more roan nan in
1S70 of what it was in 1SSC.
Mr. Walton states that the great leverage the
Alabamians have is that under the operation
of their laws they keep their penal institutions
full of convict labor and that labor to mine
coal costs nothing except board and clothing,
and much of it is utilized in mining.
THE GBEAT KANATVHA BEAB.
But perhaps, the greatest competitor Pitts
burg has at present and will have for some
time to come, is the region up the Kanawha
river, in West Virginia, at least one might sup
pose its opposition the most powerful. Many
of the owners of coal lands in that section
may be said to have gottontbem for consider
ably less than nothing, and 6 to 10-foot veins of
coal thrown in on top of that or rather under,
as the timber above will be worth several times
the cost of the land. Those who know what
Allegheny and Westmoreland coal land has
cost, or for that matter, any of the coal land
worked in Western Pennsylvania can appreciate
the disad vantageVith which Western Pennsyl
vania operators labor in this respect Mr. C.
Eimberland tells of land in West Virginia
owned by the Marmet Company which cost 3
an acre and which has 30,000 feet of lumber on
it to the acre, exclnsive of tie timber. And be-
low tms unioer out a small way are coal
veins 4 to 14 feet thick scattered over a large
portion of country.
In tho Kanawha sections a half cent is
saved on mining; and three-eighths of a cent on
shipment compared with Pittsburg coal,
seven-eighths cents altogether, with shipping
water a much greater part of the year than
here, and a safer channel. These two items of
cost alone make a difference in favor of West
Virginia of $110,000 a year as against Pittsbnrg
operators, and then added to this are the tolls
on the Monongahela river, which cost such
firms as the Browns and Walton & Co. each
16,000 to 20,000 a year.
IT IS OP GENERAL INTEREST.
Mr. Kimberland points out tbe fact that the
iron men are even more interested In a canal to
Lake Erie than are the coal operators, for they
must have cheap ore carriage if they are to
maintain their supremacy, and it will suit the
coal men to sell their product here as well as
anywhere else, if they can get a market
alio total nroduction of the West Virginia
mines was 4,005,790 tons in 18SS, which is within
200,000 tons, or 6,000,000 bushels of that which
came through the locks of the Monongahela
This is one interest that it would seem no one
power can corner in its entirety. England may
dki;ui.w a. mj ,uc uuju iiucu me coal ox tne
world will give out but in this country its vast
ness gives us the feeling of the 12-year-old boy
who is more afraid of a whipping than he is of
Tophet's terrors,lfor they seem to him a long
way off. Before our coal is exhausted we will
bave time to grow a dozen forests as large as
any the pioneers ever saw.
FiEEworks, crackers, torpedoes; finest
assortment; low -prices.
J. H. Johnston, 700 Smithfield st
Fine cabinet photographs, only $1 adozen,
at Hendricks & Co.'s, C3 Federal st, Alle
gheny. Proof shown.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE COR
POBATIONof Allegheny Cemetery will
bo held at tbe new Penn avenue entrance on
SATURDAY, the 29ih inst, at 4.30 o'clock P.M.
e27-68 JAMES R. BPEER, Secretary.
Headquartebs Allegheny County )
Republican Executive Committee, f
Ptttsbubq, Pa June 26, 18Sa
THE ADJOURNED MEETING OF THE
Committee will be held in Common Coun
cil chamber, Pittsburg (Municipal Hall), on
SATURDAY, JUNE 29, at 2 o'clock P. i to
take action upon the report of the committee
appointed to revise and prepare rules govern
ing your committee. By order
W. D. PORTER, Chairman.
ROBERT BERRY, Secretary. je27-13-Ths
-f-OTICE THE 810UKH0LDERS OF
i the Federal Street and Pleasant Valley
Passenger Railway Company are hereby noti
fied to meet at tbe office of the company in
Schmidt & Fridaylmilding, Pittshurg, Pa., on
JULY 12, 1S89, at 2 o'clock P.M., trt vote upon
an agreement to merge and consolidate said
company with the Observatory Hill Passenger
Railwav Company and the People's Paric Pass
enger Railway Company. WM. H. GRAHAM,
Secretary. Je27 94-Th
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square for ont tnsertUm. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, eic, ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken or less than fifty cent.
THE PITTSBUR6 DISPATCH
For the accommodation of -the
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 be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with The Dis
THOMAS MCCAFFKEY, S5iS Bntler street
EMIL G. STUCKEY, 24th street and Penn ave,
E. G. STUCKEY 4C0., Wylle ave. and Fultonst
M. STOKELY. Fifth Avenue Market House. -
J. W. WALLACE, 6121 Fenn avenue.
MCALLISTKB & SHEICLER, Sth av. & AtWOOd St
JACOB 8POHN, llo. 2 Carson street
CHAS. SCHWABM, 1707 Carson street
A. J. KAERCHEK, 69 Federal street
H. J. McliRIDE, Federal and Ohio streets. ,
FKEU H. EGGEBS. 172 Ohio street.
F. II. EGGElte ibON. Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENKY, Western and Irwin aves.
(i.yv. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
l'EKBYM.OLEIM. Bebccca and Allegheny aves.
-rrrAivTED-A fiest-classmano playek
VV for saloon. Apply to JOHN MAUL, Bel
lalre, O. Je2t-M
WANTED-COMPETENT SINGLE MAN TO
garden and attend to horses, cow, etc.
Apply at 907 LIBERTY ST. JeZ7-75
WANTED-TEN GOOD BR1CKLAYEBS AT
University Building:, Perrysvllle avenne,
Allegheny. McCARALESd&KINbEB. Je27-95
-YTTANTED-UPHOLbTEREKS-AT A. EDLI8
t V &, CO. 'S, leading manufacturers of barbers'
supplies and furniture, 502 Liberty street. Pitts-
WANTED SALESMAN ON CANDY
wagon: must bo a No. loan; reference re
quired. AMERICAN CANDY WOltKS, 332 and
334 Madison ave., Allegheny. Jc27-85
WANTEO-SOME LIVE AOKJTS TO SELL
our new Installment goods: good pay
weekly: only those with good reference need ap
ply. UNION CREDIT CO., 103 Fourth ave.
WANTED-TWO YOUNG MEN, AGE JS TO
20, with !10 cash security to act as news
agents on R. B. trains. Apply at UNION NEWS
CO. OFFIUE. West Penn depot, Allegheny.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS BBEAD AND
cake baker and assistant: good wages to
the right man. ROBEltr MORROW & CO,
'Woodland ave., Eleventh ward, Allegheny.
-V1J"ANTED-AN ENERGETIC. ENTERPB1S
V ING man, situated outside Pittsburg, to
represent our house In his Mate; salary 170: refer
ences given and exacted, MANUFACTURER,
Lock Box 1610, N . If. oc7-43-Th
-rrrANTED-AGENTS TO SELL TEA. M AKING
VV powder and pure spices: gifts wftli goods:
coke workers, miners or mlllmcn can makemoney
In their spare time. YAMASH1RO TEA CO., 83
Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa. Ja26-8G-TTS
WANTED-TWO YOUNG MEN ON SALARY
to sell teas, coffees and spices to families
in towns where we are not represented: anyone
can make money by soliciting orders In their
spare time. ASSAM TEA CO., 4505 Liberty ave:
-YTTANTED-BAD WB1TEBS AT SMARfS
VV COLLEGE. 4 Sixth street. Pittsburg. Pen
manship, bookkeeping, eclectic shorthand, type
writing, arithmetic, etc., thoroughly taught for
SO per month: instruction private for both sexes;
open through summer, day and evening.
ANTED-MEN TO ATTEND NEW YORK
Cutting School: Urltng's actual measure
ment taught in all Its branches; the only true
system "fitting any and all shapes: no trying on:
instructions, 10 A. M. to 4 P. M.; evening, 7 to 9
r. M.; call or write for circular. M4 WOOD ST.,
Pittsburg, Pa. Jc23
WANTED-SALESMEN-WE WISH A FEW
men to sell our goods by sample to the
wholesale and retail trade: largest manufacturers
in our line: Inclose 2-eent stamp; wages (3 per day:
permanent position: no postals answered money
ad anced lor wages, -advertising, etc. CENTEN
MALMAN'F'UCO., Cincinnati, Ohio.
YTTANTED MAN-TO TAKE AGENCY OF
V our safes; size 28x18x13 Inches; weight 600
lbs.: retail price S35;otherslzes In proportion: rare
chance to create permanent buslaess at tionic:
these safes meet demand never berore supplied by
other safe companies, as we are not governed by
the Safe Pool. ALPINE SAFE CO. .Cincinnati, 0.
WANTED AGENTS THE LARGEST,
handsomest, best book "Johnstown Hor
ror, or the Valley of Death" Is now ready;
agents desiring to bave a share In the enormous
sales should send 40c for ontnts at once; octavo
volume. 500 pages; cloth binding, 2 00; sheep, (150;
copiously illustrated and beats all else for sale.
Apply P. J. FLEMING & CO., 77 Diamond St.,
Pittsburg, Pa. Je27-72
WANTED -GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. 443 FORBES AVE., city. Je27-70
XtTA.KTED-A.ii EXPERIENCED LADY FOB
VV drygoods store. CallatGUSKX .fc LEVY'S,
32 Diamond St., city. Je27-62
WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
WORK in small family. Apply at 57 HEM
LOCK ST., Allegheny, after 9 A. M. Thursday.
Je27-76 ' '
Male nnd female flelo.
WANTED -GABDENERS FARM HANDS,
white waiters, dressmaker, cook, chamber
maid, nurse, M per week; 200 house girls, 30 for
hotels, summer resorts and dining room girls.
MEEHAN 'B AG EN C Y. 545 Grant st. )e24-D
-YTrANTE-J--! DRESSMAKERS, 1 SEAM
VV bTBESS, 1 laundress, chambermaids, dln
ingroom girls, nurses, 5 young girls. 100 house
girls, German and colored girls: drivers, gar
deners, farm hands. MBS, E. THOMPSON, 608
Grant st. , Jel3-MIh
WANTED -25 WEEKLT-BEPRESENTA-TIVE,
male or female. In every community;
goods staple: household necessity: sell at sight; no
peddling; salary paid promptly, and expenses ad
vanced. Full particulars and valuable sample
case free: we mean Jutt what we say. Address at
once STANDARD 81LVEBWABE CO., Boston,
YTTANTED-AN EXPERT ACCOUNTANT
TV with wide experience will investigate tho
books or firms or- corporations with secrecy and
dispatch, or Institute new and direct methods de
fying Irregularity. FBENCH, Dispatch office.
WANTED -POSITION BY A DRUGGIST,
ten rears' experience, to take charge or
dispense: registered In Pennsylvania; strictly
temperate and ran furnish unquestioned refer
ences. Address OP11, Box657, Greensburg, Pa.
with a daughter a year old wishes a position
as companion to some childless couple or lady,
where she can have the comrorts or a home lor
bcrseli and child: Is refined, well educated and
able to add to the comforts of any home. Ad
dress, stating particulars and salary.MBS. ANNA
MADDOX, Mansfield. O. Je27-6S-ThSu
WANTED-PABTNEB WITH ROCO-TO IN
VEST In brass and Iron foundry with an
established trade; one to take charge of office pre
fecred. Address BBASS, Dispatch office. Je27-88
ANTED-BOOM ANDBOABDIN PRIVATE
famllTI 5 Or 10 mlnntPH tWAllr frewn ITiict-
Lberty or bhadyside station, where a young man
can feel at home; reference required. Address
K. K. 1., Dispatch office. Jc27-10O-Tbs
Boarders nnd Iodgers.
WANTED-AN OCCUPANT FOR A SEC
OND-story front room. Apply 23 MONT
GOMEBY AVE., on parks; boarders and lodgers.
V T ING for 4 to 6 persons on tho A. V. B. R.,
10 miles from the center or city, 5 minutes' walk
to station; rooms large and airy; house snr
rounded with handsome shade trees; vegetables
of all kinds raised on the premises: good cream.
mUk and butter. Apply tow., No. 92 Fourth ave.
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over HO00: 4f per cent: no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER A CO., $2 Fourth avenne.
-YTJANTED'-BENTS COLLECTED PBOMIT
.X,J';.ffi,PSr$r!5aD.?Ked with satisfaction.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
A N T E D MOHTGAGES IN 1ST
amounts: 414 to 6 Der cent dtv-nnd f.onntrv
no delay. SAMUEL W. BLACK CO.. fe
Fourth avenne. ia20-55-MThS
In large and small amounts at 4K, 5and6
P,!rJven,tt.eof.Pyitetax: no Uelr- BJSED B.
CO YLE & CO., 131 Fourth ave. my21-60
WANTJDrTOJ.WAii K00.000. IN AMOUNTS
of 3, 000 and npward.'on city and suburban
property, on 4 percent, free of tax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK. & BAIRD.
95 Fourth avenue. scH-dM-D
T7"ANTED-MOKTGAGES-L0CO. 000TO LOAN
1 V on city and suburban properties at H. Sand
cent counties at 6 per cent. 1
- , v-..i. wuu .. a.,uo JU JUICKUCUT BHU nujs-
con, iuj rourtn avenue.
WA5T?fc-j:'0AM xo'xo ON M0Kr
.. J JP'' t100 and npward at per cent;
WANTED-MORTGAGES, LARGE AND
small. DWl'mSH,4J0GraJtt.. Pitts
WANTED-M.OHTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
In sums to suit at K, 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.-apl9-14
"VTTANTED-650 TO ESTABLISH A M'F'G
T V business of great future -promise: 25 per cent
profit per annum guaranteed on tho investment;
principals only corresponded with. Address, for
full particulars, to BfBENGTH, Dispatch office,
WANTED-YOU TO GETJ A BAKEB'S
dozen (13) of Stewart A Co. 'a fine cabinet
photos for fl, at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
WAN TED-FARMERS WILL FIND A MAR
KET for their cherries and red laspberrles
at Ilclnz's Preserving Works, 168 and 170 Second
ave., city. H. J. HEIiyZCO. Je26-32-D
YTTANTED-XiADIES TO KNOW HAUGH
TV Keenan repair, reflnlsh or upholster old
furniture promptly and In the best possible man-
ner. 33 AND 34 WATEB ST. 'Phone 1626. my9-82
TTTANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
VV TOGBAPHEB. 96 i Itth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that be Is making line cabinets at f 1 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised; instan
taneous process. mh!3-63
TTJANTED-ANY ONE WANTING A HAND
VV SOMELY engraved 14-karat. gold-filled,
hunting-case watch, stem wind and set, guaran
teed Tor 20 years: Joints, bow, crown, lips, alt solid
gold; 15 extra jewels, 4 pairs In cup settings;
spring compensation balance, quick train, safety
pinion; all latest improvements: at a low price
on easy payments. Address LOCK BOX 501. Pitts
burg P. o., and I will call and show same; corre
spondence strictly confidential. Je27-C5
FOB. SALE I3IPEOYED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-NO. 43 LINDEN ST.. SIXTn
ward, near Chestnut. 7 rooms only 3,000. W.
AEBBON & SONS, SO Fourth ave. '
Jel6-73-17, 19, 21. 24, 27, 29
TTlOR SALE-NO. 30 BLUFF ST.. SIXTH
A ward A good houseof 8 rooms; price low.
Vr . A. HEBRON & SONS. 80 Fourth ave.
JOI6-73-17.19, 21,24, 27.29
FOR SALE-ON VINE. NEAR FIFTH AVE
NUE, lot 60x60ft , wlthadwclllngof5rooma.
W. A. HEBRON A SONS, SO Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-NO. 804 WYLIE AVE.-BR1CK
dwelling, 6 rooms, furnished attic, ball, gns,
etc. : lot. possession at once. ALLES & BAILEY,
164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167 JC26-18
FOB SALE-SEVEKAL BABGA1NS IN CITY
dwellings, viz.: 5 on Colwell st , 4 on Clark
St., Ion Scott St., 4 on Chatham St., 2 on Wash
ington st., 3 on Congress St., 2 on Townscnd st.
and a number of others; call for particulars. C.
BEKINGEB & SON. 103 Fourth ave. Jc27-7-ThS
OR SALE-WYLIE AVE.. NEAR FRANCIS
St.. 2 new two-stnrv nnd mansard hrlnk
dwellings of 8 rooms each, city water, natural
gas. Dim, nan, vesiiouie, siate manieis, eto.:
nice lot extending back to an alley: will bo sold
cheap. Call at office BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth
FOR SALE-6 CHOICE HOUSES ON SIDNEY
street, above Twenty-third, the best and
pleasantest location on the bouthslde: Sidney
street being wide, newly paved and well Im
proved; houses, to be finished by August 1st,
have pressed brick and stone, ornamental front',
and contain eight rooms, with bath, laundry and
every other convenience; city water, gas and
natural gas on each floor, and good plnmblng
leading to city sewers makes dwellings first class
in every respect; Smithfield and Carson street cars
pas within one squire; terms, 81,000 cash, with
balance navable as arranged to suit nurchascr.
Apply to BAKEWELL PHILLIPS. Dispatch
Bee. Fifth ave., city.
East End Residences.
FORSALE-AT (2. 700-GOOD HOUSE 5 ROOMS
on" Atwood near Forbes st. W. A. HEREON
i. laONS, 8ff Fourth ave. JC16-73-17, 19,21,24, 7,29
FOB SALE-SOUTH IIILAND AVE., E. E.,
a rare opportunity: an elegant new brick
house of 8 rooms; all conveniences; well worth
18.500: will sell for 7,500 on terms to suit. D. P.
lHOMAS & CO., 408 Grant St. U13-83
FOB SALE-AT A BARGAIN IF SOLD IN THE
next two weeks, 6 new s-room brick houses
in East Liberty, convenient to station and cable
cars; all rented to good tenants: will pay 10 per
cent net on the money Invested; reason for sell
ing, owner lives away from the city. BEED B.
COYLE 4 CO.. 131 Fourth ave. !e27-89
FOR SALE-ONLY Si 250 -BATES STBEET,
Oakland, a new 2-storr and mansard rramo
dwelling of rooms; hall, vestibule. Inside shut
ters, slate mantels, tile hearths, both gases,range,
h. and c. water, laundry in basement with station
ary tubs, bath, Inside w. c. and stationary w. s.:
thlsls a complete house In every respect. BEEDB.
COYLE & CO., No. 131 Fourth avenue. Je27-33
FOB SALE-OAKLAND AVE.. ONLY ONE
square from cable road, anew 8-room brick
residence, stationary wasbstands. bath, h. andc
water, nat. nnd art. gas, slate mantels, tile
hearths fine large pantry and closets throughout,
laundry In cellar, front porch full width of the
house, electric bells, etc.; lot 25x100: terms rea
sonable; possession at once. SAMUEL W.
BLACK a CO.. 99 Fourth ave. le27-83
FOR. SALE-ONLY A FEW NOW 'REMAIN
unsold of the TerydeslrableIght-room dwell
ings on Oakland square. The rapidity with which
sales have been made show tne estimation In
Milch 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 shado trees,
these dwellings bave the notable advantage of be
ing but 15 to 20 minutes from fhepostofflcebythe
Pittsburg Traction road: a cable loop, for which
an ordinance Is now In Councils,, will pass within
100 feet or the square; prices $6,500 and5,750;
terms moderate cashpayrnent and long time on
balance. Apply to S.W. BLACK & CO.,99 Fourth
FOB SALE-3M REBECCA ST.. ALLEGHENY,
a good house 6 rooms: lot 20x100 ft. W. A.
OK SALE-HANDSOME MODERN HOUSE
all conveniences and larre lot. ehnlee liva
tton. Bldwell street. Alleghenv: low nrirn
easy terms. JNO. H. M'CREEKY, 95 Fifth ave.
FORSALK-AT AUCTION, MONDAY', JULY
1, at 3 o'clock, on premises. No. 11 HcClln
tock ave.. Second ward, Allegheny, electric car
station, lot 40x135, handsome residence six rooms,
hall, attic bath, laundry, pantry.porcb, furnace,
cedar and china closets; lovely situation : excellent
neighborhood: a choice home: visit It: limited
price. 7,500. Full particulars by A. LEGGATE
A SON, Auctioneers, 31 Federal st Allegheny,
FOB SALE-CHEAP-ATWILKINSBUBG, P.
It. It, new Queen Anne bouse, 10 rooms, well
finished: lot Lloxm feet, beauttiully located on
Rebecca st. : a quick sale Is desired. W. A. HEB
RON & SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave. Je25-41-TT8
FOBSALE-CBAFTON BTATION, P., C.&ST.
L. By., on Craft ave., above Noblestown road,
a good frame dwelling of 6 rooms, marble man
tels, natural gas, good spring water, young or
chard; lot 150x200 feet; Immediate possession: call
at office for particulars. BLACK & BAIBD. 95
Fourth aye. Je25-60
T7IOB SALE CHEAPEST PIECE O F PBOPERTY
J? on line, of the P., Ft. W. & C. B. B.: only 2
minutes from HaysvlUe station: about 4 acres of
ground, fronting on Beaver road, covered with
all kinds of fruit trees, both large and small; ele
gant weU of water, good frame house ere rooms,
porches, etc.; only 5,000; terms one-half cash,
balance to suit. BEED B. COYLE & CO., 131
Fourth ave. Je27-S9
East End Lots.
FOR SALE.-BUILDING LOTS 25X150 FT. ON
lloquet, near Forbes st , Oakland. W. A.
-...V.-. U. MW..1 , UU.VUIUi.ltUUCJ.IOl-lIB
T70R SALE-I2.000-CRAIG STREET, A CHOICE
V building site: size, 60x140, to a 20-ft. alley.
REED B. COYLE & CO., Ho. 131 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-tt,400 WILL BUY TWO VERY
line lots on Carver street. 20 and 22x100 feet to
20-ft. alley: sewer paid. Apply to F. O. VAN
GOBDEB, 6014 Penn avenne. East End. Je27-67-TTS
FOE SALE-OAKLAND, ON LINE OF NEW
cable loop, a choice piece of ground, suitable
for dividing into lots. For particulars see BEED
B. COYLE ACQ.. No. 131 Fourth avenue. Je27-89
FOR SALE-ONLY 2,500 FOR A BEAUTIFUL
bhadyslde building site 100x250, covered with
large forest trees and commanding a splendid
view; only 3 minutes from station; other city con
veniences. BLACK & BAIBD, 95 Fourth ave.
J C15-4-15. 18, 20. 22, 24, 23, 27, 29
FOR SALE-FINE BUILDII.G BITES AT
Homewood, among which are some very de
sirable ones for business; this location Is improv
ing and values are good; prices range from 8150 to
fJMperlot. MELLON BBOIHEES. 6349 Station
St., E. E. , Jc27-17-Thssu
TTOB SALE THE LABGESTLOTS, THE BEST
H improvements, most convenient locations,
lower prices, easiest terms; can all be secured In
SThe Banm Grove Plan, " Negley ave. MELLON
BOS., East End, or JOHN F. BAXTEK. Agent,
812 Smithfield at. Je24-77-Mlh
TTIOE SALE NOW IS THE TIME TO SECUBE
JL? a choice building lot lor a home; 60-foot
streets; no city taxes: Bank of Commerce addi
tion and Villa place plan. Rrushton station. Se
cure colored plan from JOHN F, BAXTER, Agt
FOB SALE-8800 A CHOICE EAST END LOT
40x120, near the beautiful Sliver Lake, and
convenient to P. B. B. or cable line: Hyou desire
a cheap lot fora home don't miss getting all tho
Eartlculars of this handsome bunding site.
LACK & BAIBD, 95 Fourth ave. Je25-60
EOKSALE-ONESPLANADEST., NEAR THE
parks, Allegheny, a desirable dwelling in
first-class order, 8 rooms; lot 20x120 ft. to James
st. W. A. HEREON &SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
FOB 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. Diamond St.
TOR BALE-HAZELWOOD BUILDING LOTS,
Wi lowers ave. Alt in Speck's Plan, atvauctlon
vii miq iireuiiacB next oamraay, june 2U, at z:au
o'clock p. it. Call or send for plausT W. A.
HEBBON & SUMS, 80 Fourth ave. - JeSO
FOR SAT.E LOTS.
FOB SALE-CITY LQTS-10LOTS ON LIBERTY
ave., between Thirty-ninth and Fortieth sts.,
Pittsburg, Pa.: low and on long time. H.
FOBBES, Wheeling, W. Va. Je22-35
FOB SALE-(99)-ON YOUB OWN TERMS,
lot 25x120 In the S-E. Bogrs nlan. Allen town
statlonjonly Smlrt.Xrom Castle Shannon Incline
price (200 and upward; terms. ? 10 down and J5 per
raonbu niiiiuufa -interest: salesmen on grouuus
Saturday afternoon, 'For-furtberlnformatlon and
plans see SAMUEL W. BLACK CO.. S9 Fourth
T7H)R SALE-LOTS IN THE LINDEN STEEL
I1 Co. plan or lots at Linden station, B. A O. B.
1C: we still have a few of these choice lotsleftand
will sell them ata bargain Iftakenatoncc. BEED
B. COYLB& CO., Mo. 131 Fourth ave. Je27-89
FOESALE-ON SATURDAY. JUNK29, AT2:X
o'clock r. M., op the premises, Iiazelwood,
building lots on Jobnstan ave.. In Blair's grove.
Plans and full information can be had from W. A.
HERBON 4 SONS, Ho. .80 Fourth are. je20-93-TTS
FOBSALE-ON SATUBDAY, JUNE29, AT 2:30
o'clock P.M., on the premises, Hazelwood,
building lots on Johnston ave., In Blair's grove.
Plans and full Information can be had from w. A.
HEBRON & SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave. Je20-03-TTS
TTIOR SALE IN J. J. SPECK'S PLAN,
JD Hazelwood, at auction, large building lots on
Jornstonand Flowers ave., on tbe promises next
Saturday, at 2:30 o'clock p. u. For plans see W.
A. HEBRON A SONS. SO Fourth ave. Je23-29
FOR SALE-A FARM OF 30 ACRES IN
O'Hara township. 3 miles from bharpsbnrg;
good garden ground; has bouse and barn on it,
and plenty of fruit and water. SEBASTIAN
BITTER, Snarpsburg-, Pa. Je26-5
IOK SALE-FARM OF 75 ACBES-HIGHLY
UnDrovenSaeres orchard, varletv of fruit: 2-
story brick dwelling 12 rooms, brick stable and
carriage house: frame tenement house 6 rooms: 8
miles from city, close to two B.B. lines. ED. 1T
TISH, 410 Grant st , Pittsburg, Pa. Je22-D
FOR SALE-VEKY CHEAP-A FARM OF 108
acres on the line of tho P. It. B. In Westmore
land co., one-half mile from the B. R. station;
about GO acres cleared: frame house of 4 rooms,
good barn, etc ;land la)swell and about 40 acres
underlaid with coal: price on lr t2,5no. orwiii ex
change lor city property. C. BEKINGEB & SON,
103 Fourth ave. Je27-7-TbS
FOBS ALE ATLANTIC CITY.N.J. HOTELS,
boarding houses, cottages, lots and bath
houses to let or forsale by 1. G. ADAMS & CO.,
real estate agents, B. Est. & Law Bdg., Atlantic
CItv. N. J. te20-3-D
-TOR SALE-A VERY FINE SMALL PLACE
Jj of -1 acres adjoining tbe city line, about 3
miles lrom the Court House; a good orchard and
rich land; no buildings on the place. U. BtK
INGEB & BON.'KO Fourth ave. Je27-7-Tbs
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
T7OR SALE-3ANDBUS1NESS AND CON
J: TENTS. 5 horses and harness, 3 wagons. 1
cart. CHARLES KLEIN, orCUSUING & FOX,
4319 Butler st. Je25-42-rrs
FOB SALE-BARBER SHOPDOIN G A THBIV
1NG (business In splendid location; reason
for selling, going Into other business. LEWIS
SUTTER, 606 Seventh ave., Beaver Falls, Pa., or
BOSS W. BLACK, 8nDlamond st. Je25-68
FOR SALE-A PATENT IN WHICH THEBE
Is large money: the Inventor cannot give It
his attention, and will.-therefore. sellout to some
one that will undertake tho bnsiness; terms reas
onable. For particulars address M. C, Inven
tor, 323 Penn ave. Je27-93
FOR SALE-BABE BUSINESS OPPOBTU
NITY; a first-class custom tailoring busi
ness, doing l,500ayear, with fine stock, large as
sortment for sale; fl, 000 cash and tl.OOO In notes;
owner going to Europe. Address W. W. WI1
IIELM. care Citizen, Titusville, Fa. Je26-3
FOB SALE-FINE, EXTENSIVE AND PBOF
1TABLE bakery, ice 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.
SHEPABD & CO.. 54 Fifth ave. Jel6
FOR SALE-BAILBOAD HOTEL FURM
TURE and lease, 25 rooms, all modern im
provements; doing business fl,80u per mo,; hotel
to be enlarged to accommodate increasing trade;
will bear personAl investigation; splendid oppor
tunity for person understanding hotel business;
near Pittsburg on P. & L. E, B. R. Further par
ticulars of ALLES BAILEY, 161 Fourth ave.
TeL 167. Jc26-19
FOB SALE A COMPLETE JOB PRINTING,
and druggist's label outfit: 3 presses, label
cutter, about zoo fonts metal and wood type. In
cluding several hundred pounds of body type:
send for catalogue showlug styles of work and
labels executed; this plant must be disposed of
within the next four weeks; appraised at It, 802 81,
about two-thirds of value. Address A. W. TAY
LOR, Salem. O., Assignee of Klrby'a Buckeye La
bel Works. 1e26-4
IOR SALE DRUG STAND, ON LINE OF
railroad: nooulatlon 1.200: invoice about
?1,750; terms easy; reason good; no opposition.
Address MOBPHIA. Dispatch office. Je25-43
FOB SALE A FIRST-CLASS STAND FOB. A
blacksmith, consisting of a frame house of 4
rooms, stable, blacksmUh shop and 1M acres land
on a publtc road near Freeport. West Penn B. B.;
price only ?900. C. BEBINGEB & SON. 10.1 Fourth
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
norsos. Vehicles, Live Stock, etc
OR SALE-FINE FRAZIEB ROAD CABTS.
i. i,x, Gbjkjts., i-M jui(uwiu najr. jca ta
FOB SALE LIVJ5BY STABLE, STOCK. AND
fixtures. Inquire ot GEO. BEET, Bridge
St., Etna. - Je27-74-D
FOB SALE-DOCTOR'S BUGGY, HOBSE
and harness: will sell separate. Apply to
JAMES WABBUBTON, 3720 Butler St., city.
FOB S AXE-FINE BOAD HOBSE, DABK
bay, 5 years old, 16 bands high, has shown
quarters In 37 and 38 seconds, and trots without
boots: Is easily handled, gentle, sound, and has
the gait of an Ideal road horse. For particulars
address KOADSTEB, Dispatch office. Je26-47 I
FOB SALE ONE CHESTNUT. SOKBEL
horse, 15 hands high, sound, a years old; any
lady can drive It: is a beautiful horse: one black
Shetland ponyohlldren can drive him anywhere;
also, one buggy and barouche, three sets of har
ness; will be sold separately or all together. Any
person wanting a bargain inquire of A. JACK
MAN & SON, 530 and 536 Penn avenue. Je27-t2
Machinery and Mfetals.
FOR SALE-2 HORIZONTAL ENGINES, 18x22.
1 Ball engine, rsniall dynamo and 2 lamps and
meat choppers, rendering kettles, etc. VELTE &
MCDONALD, Fenn ave.. cor. Thirty-second stv j
FOB SALE-FAMILY HOH3E-7.YEAR3 OLD,
perfectly gentle, does not scare, well suited
for barouche or coupe; also for sale haronche and
harness good as newcaold for want of use. Apply
at 80 t OUB1H AVEN UK. Jc22-lI-TTg
PEBSONAL-BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS I
New and old. ancient and modern, standard
and rare, legal, medical and selentlflc-30,'J00vol-umns
to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STOKE.
SCO Liberty st. . my3-28
PEBSONAL WHY TBOUBLE YOUK 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: suits madeto order; spring
styles now ready. Telephone 1558. mhs
LOST-ON TUESDAYMOBNING ON SIXTH,
"Webster or Wvlleavenues a white wig: suit
able reward for Its return at No. 113 CBAWFOBD
ST., Pittsburg. Je27-97
T OST-GOLD BBACELET, TUEQUOIS SET
XJ TING, In or about tbe Fourth ward parks,
Allegheny; finder will be sultibly rewarded by re
turning same to 172 OHIO ST., Allegheny. Je27-ll
T OhT-DOG-BBOWN WATER SPANIEL-ON
JLi last Saturday afternoon: answers to thename
of'Bloss" or "Blossom." A liberal reward will
be paid for his return to J. N. BEBOUT, Marlon
sta., B. AO. It. B., or to office SOHOIBON AND
SI'EEl, WORKS. Second.avenue. city. Je2g-27
PROPOSALS FOR 12-INCH BREECH
LOADING riflea mortars, Ordnanco Of
fice, War Department, Washington, June 23
18s9. Sealed proposals, in duplicate, will be re,
ceived at this office until 3 o'clock P. 31., on
MONDAY. JULY 22, I8SD, at which time they
will be publicly opened, for finishing and as
sembling twenty-nine (29) 12-inch breech-load-ing
rifled mortars, more or less, the principal
parts being supplied by the United States.
Blank forms on which proposals must be made
and nil information -required by bi 'ders can be
hid upon application. S. V. BENET, Brig.
Gen., Chief or Ordnance. je25-il
TTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received by tbe un
dersigned until Saturday, July B, A. D. 1880, for
tne graainj; ana paving ot oeventn avenue, in
Beaver Falls borough, from Eighth street,
south, to tbe New Brighton bridge, said pro
posals to be separate for fire brick and Ligonler
block paving, and the bid for both to be by tbe
Each proposal to be accompanied by a certi
fied check for 31,000 payable to the order of
Charles P. Wallace, Treasurer of the borough.
All checks accompanying proposals which are
not accepted wfll be returned immediately after
the award shall have, been made. Tbe check
received from the successful bidder will be re
turned to him upon his entering into a formal
contract for the due performance of tbe work,
and giving bond with approved snretiesfor 60
per cent of the contract -price. But in case be
shall fail to enter into such contract and giro
such bond wltbln ten days after notice of the
acceptance of his proposal, tho check accom
panying Mich proposal shall become tbe prop
erty of tho borough of .Beaver Falls.
Each bidder must furnish a sample of brick
or stone bloclcwblchbe proposes using.
Specifications can be seen at the Burgess
office of James Piper.
The Borough .Council reserves the richt to
rejeot any or aIids.', GEO. E. LIBCOMB,
Secretary Borough, 805 Second avenue.
BZAVEB AiLS,'Jnaa a, 1858. je27-S
TO LET-NO. M71 SECOND AVE.. BB1CK
dwelling: hall and 9 rooms: possession Im
mediately. J. M. STONEB, 22 Bakewell Build
TO LET-NO. 204 BEDFORD AVE., BRICK
house of 10 rooms, bsith, natural gas; house
in good condition; rent S33 34 per month. W. A.
HEBRON & SONS, 80 Fonrth ave. Je25-70-TTS
TO LET-99)-e3S FIFTH AVE., 10 MINUTES
from postoffice. modern two-story mansard
brick dwelling, 9 rooms, bath, hail, vestibule,
both gases, newly painted and papered: first
class repair: very moderate rent. SAMUEL W.
BLACK & CO., W Fourth ave. Je27-82
TO LET-ONLY $30 PER MONTH. AND PART
of the furniture forsale at a big sacrifice,
new brick house of8 rooms: all conveniences; lo
cated on one or the best streets In tbe Second
ward: possession at once: furniture all new. See
EW1NU 4 BYERS, Jo, 107 Federal St. je28-14
TO LET-CHAFTON, PANHANDLE B. K.
six-room house, hall and pantry, water in
kitchen, nat. gas; large. Improved vard, with
fruit; six minutes from station. Inquire B.
BBANKSTONE, Division St. , Je27-56
TO LET UNFUKN1SHED BOOMS FOB
housekeeping; 6 and 7 room houses: 4 store
rooms with dwellings; rent low. Inquire at 44
FOURTH STBEET. Je27-S9-ThvStt
TO LET-ONE FLOOB OF 4 NICE ROOMS,
suitable for light housekeeping, with gas and
water. Apply to J. G. MORriOW'S Shoe Store,
239 Ohio St., Allegheny. Je27-77
Ofllcea. Detk Room, etc
mO LET-WELL LIGHTED OFFICE. NEWLY
JL painted: elevator. Janitor service and al
modern conveniences. Apply to GEBMANIA
SAVINGS BANK, 423 Wood street.
TO LET-OrTlCE BOOMS OK SUITES FOB
general business purposes In the new DIS
PATCH BUILDING. 71. 77 and 79 Diamond st.r
situation most central In the city: electric light
Included in rents, which are moderate. Apply
between 11 A. it. and 5 p. m. Je27-ao
TO LET-HOTEL-THE LAKE SHORE HOUSE,
37 and 39 Bank St.; 3 minutes' walk from
Union depot: contains 30 rooms. Address J.
DUNN. 51 Rockwell St.. Cleveland. O. Je20-5
TO LET-LABGE, WELL-LIGHTED BOOMS;
the second and third floors of the new build
ing. 529 Smithfield St.; rooms all In one. and
specially suited for lodge or light manufacturing
purposes;rent low. Inquire or HARDY A HAYES,
Jewelers, silversmiths and art dealers, 529 Smlth
fleld St. je22-10-TTS
TjUNE PARLOR OP.GAN, ELEGANT
JJ furniture, carpets, etc., at auction, re
moved from Ben Venue Place for convenience
to the auction rooms. No. 311 Market st, for
salo FRIDAY MORNING. June 23. at 10
o'clock. Handsome parlor suits, of 5 pieces,
fur rugs, lacs curtains, looking glasses, cabi
nets, lambrequins, vases, clocks, parlor organ,
moq.net, velvet, body brussels and Ingrain car
pets, walnut chamber suits, wardrobes, folding:
bed. bookcase, desk, secretary, bed lounge,
chiffonier, hair and husk mattresses, springs,
bedding, toilet ware, tea and dinner set in
French china, fine Wedgewood dinner set,
laundry and kitchen utensil?, eta, etc., etc.
HENRY AUCTION CO.. LIST..
AT AUCTION-THE COMPLETE FUR
NISHMENT of a ten-roomed bouse at
No. 201 Wylie ave., THURSDAY MORNING,
June 27. at 10 o'clock sharp. Fine parlor suit
in mohair, pictnres, curtains, russ, easv chairs,
bookcase, ornaments, walnut hatrack, body
brussels and ingrain carpets in all tbe rooms,
halls and stairs, matble top table, mahogany
and walnut chamber suits, wardrobes, bureaus,
bedsteads, washstands, bed lounge, bedding,
springs, mattresses, decorated toiletware, side
board, dining chairs, rockers, china, class and
silverware, refrigerator, extension table, laun
dry and kitchen goods, linoleum, large cooking
range, etc, eta, etc.
House open 8 o'clock morning of the sale.
HENRY AUCTION CO.. LLM.,
je23 80-TWTSu Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALE-ON THE PREMISES
on THURSDAY, June 27, 1889, at 4 P. Jf
New Queen Annb bouse and lot, and also 11
vacant lots on Euclid avenue. Bellevue. only a
few minutes' walk from Neville station and
only about two minutes from the proposed
electric road. The house has 0 rooms and fin
ished attic, all slate mantel tile vestibule, ttle
beartbs and all the modern Improvements, elec
tric bells, speaking tubes, etc.; the house is now,
never been occupied and was built by a gentle
man tor a borne and with a view of comfort,
convenience, etc.; has natural gas, water,
Will sell thobon.se andlot and tho vacant lots
separate, and on easy payments. Say one-f ourtb
cash and the balanco in one, two and three
years with interest on deferred payments. Sale
positively to the highest bidder.
C. H. LOVE,
je273 93 Fourth avenue.
AT AUCTION !
HszeIwddlI Building Lnts
ON THE PREMISES,
Saturday, June 29,
At 2.30 P. M., on Johnston avenne, on Kilbnck
street, in Blair's prove; lots 20x150 ft. Also on
Flowers avenue, lots 24x124 ana 25x195 feet: near
Second avenne and the Electric railwav, now
being built, and Hazelwood station. RAO.R.
R. These lots will be sold at a low price and
easy payments. For plans and full informa
Honaee W. A. HERRON fc SONS. SO Fourth
ave. liliNKX AUUT1UJN w.,
Every matinee and night,
N. S. WOOD.
ADRIFT IN NEW YORK.
Next week Ticket of Leave Man. jeZ8-13
Boquet street and Allegheny avenue.
WASHINGTON VS ALLEGHENY-
Monday June 21
Tuesday. June 23
Wednesday .'.June 28
Thursday June 27
Train at 3-40. Gameat4P.it.
TjICNIC GROVE FREE!
X WINDSOR PARK.
Only 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
The use of the grove will be given free to
Sunday schools, societies, lodges, G.A.R. posts,
private fetes, etc., the 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 Fed
eral street, Allegheny, or to A. CLANEY on
the grounds. mvIl-15-P
FRANK W. SMITH. Att'y at Law.
ESTATE OF SAMUEL HARPER. DE
CEASED Letters of administration on
the estate of Samuel Harper, late of the city of
Pittsburg, county of Allegheny, Pennsylvania,
deceased, have been granted to Helen A. Har
per, to whom all persons indebted to said es
tate are requested to make payment, and those
having claims or demands will make known the
same without delay. HELEN A. HARPER,
administratrix, cor. Grandview ave. and Bertha
St., Elttsburg. my23-6-Th
ESTATE OF CHARLES L. CALDWELL,
deceased. Notice is hereby given that let
ters of administration on tbe estate of Charles
L. Caldwell, deceased, have been granted to the
undersigned, to whom all persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make immediate
payment, and tboso having claims or demands
against the same will make them known with
out delay. GEORGE P. HAMILTON,
Administrator, 149 Fourth ave., Pittsburg.
OFFICE OF ALBERT i ORK SMITH;
ESTATE OF GETER C. 8HIDLE DE
CEASED Notice is hereby given that
letters testamentary on the estate of Geter C.
Shidle, deceased, late of Pittsburg; have been
granted to tbe undersigned, to whom all per
sons indebted to said estate are requestea to
make immediate' payment, and those having
claims or demands against tbe same will make
them Known without delay.
ANNIE R. SHIDLE.
403 Smithfield St.
-VTOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
iN application will be made to tbe Governor
of Pennsylvania, on WEDNESDAY, July 17,
1889. by Wm.J. Hammond, John V. Pattomwnu.
J. McEIroy, Win. K Tustin and Wm. J. Ham
mond, Jr., under tbe act of Assembly, entitled,
"An act for the Incorporation and regulation
of motor power companies," etc. approved
March 22, 1SS7, for the charter of an intended
corporation to be called tbe Duquesne Electric
Railway Co., the character and object of which
is to construct and operate motors and cables
or other machinery for supplying motive power
to passenger railways and the necessary appa
ratus for applying the same, and for these pur
poses to have, possess and enjoy all the rights,
benefits and privileges of said act ot Assera
olyvJOHN F.COX, Attorney for Applicants,
NEW YORK MILITARY ACADEMY,
Cornwall-on-Hudson. Courses of study la
civil engineering, English and classics. Labor
atory, drawing room and field work. Beautiful
Dullulngs, grounds, location. COL, C J.
WRIGHT, a S A. M., Supt; BELDJN 7.
HYATT. Comd't of Cadets. jeli-P .
THE PITTSBURG AND WESTERN RAIL
WAY CO. Coupons from the first mort
gage bonds of this company maturing July I,
1889, will be paid on and after that data upon pre
sentation at the office of Messrs. Drexel, Mor
gan & Co., New York.
H. D. CAMPBELL,
je25-io Treasurer. .
rjEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
Q CEIVED by the City Controller up until
Monday, July 1, 1S89. at 2 o'clock P. St., for tho
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 ot PubUo Worksv .
SEALED PROPOSAIJ3 WILL BE RE
CEIVED at the office of City Controller
until SATURDAY. June 29, A. D. 1889, at 2
PX., for placing new dial In clock on tower of
Municipal Hall, Specifications can be seen at
tbis office. Each proposal must be accompa
nied by a bond in double tbe amount, probated
before tbe Mayor or City Clerk. The Depart
ment of Awards reserves the risht to reject
any or all bids. E.M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
SEPARATE AND SEALED PROPOSALS
will be received at tbe office of the City
Controller until JULY 6, 1889. at 2 o'clock P. St,
for tbe erection ot a police station bouse in the)
Thirty-sixth ward. Also tor altering andrepalr
ing police station houses In the Eleventh and
Twelfth wards. Plans and specifications can
be seen at the office of the Superintendent of
the Bureau of Police. Bonds in double the
amount of each bid will be required, said bonds
to be probated before the Mayor or City Clerx.
The Department of Awards reserves tbe right
to reject any or all bids. J. O. BROWN,
Chief ot the Department of Public Safety.
BUSINESS TAX AND WATER RENTS.
1889. Notica is hereby given that the du
plicates for tbe business tax and water rents for
the year 18S9 bave been placed in my hands for
collection by tbe Board of Assessors author;
ized to assess the same.
The time for paying said taxes and water
rents at the CItv Treasurer's offlco is the month.
of June. No discounts allowed.
Water rents and business tax remaining un
paid after June SO. 18S9, will be placed in tha
bands of the Collector of Delinquent Taxes for
collection, with S per cent added.
All applicants for statements of water
rents must cive name of the owner of the prop
erty they occupy or desire to pav water rent
for. J. F. DENNISTON,
je5-95-D City Treasurer.
A No. 9.1
N ORDINANCE-ES'f ABLISHING THU
grade of Desota street, from Fifth ave
nue to ABequlppa street.
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by
the city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common
Councils assembled, and it is hereby ordained
and enacted by the authority of the same,
That the grade ot the west curb of Desot
street, from Fifth avenue to Allequlppa,
street, be and the same shall be established
as follows, to-tvit: Beginning on the north,
curb of Fifth avenue at an elevation of 253.18
feet; thence rising at the rate of 5.60 feet per
100 feet for a distance of 394.84 feet to the north,
curb of Victoria stret at an elevation of 257.2J
feet; thence rising at the rate of 10.50 feet per
100 feet for a distance of 1,297.68 feet to tha
south curb of AUequippa street at an elevation
of 393.54 feet.
Section 2 That any ordinance or part of or
dinance conflicting with the provisions of this
ordinance, be and tbe same is hereby repealed
so far as the same affects this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils
this 10th dav of June, A. D. 1889.
H. P. FORD, President of Select Council.
Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD, Clerk of Select
Council. GEO. L. HOLLIDAY. President ot
Common Council. Attest: GEO. BOOTH,
Clerk of Common Council.
Mayor's ofllce. Jnue 13, 1839. Approvertt
WM. McCALLIN. Mayor. Attest: ROBERT
OSTERMAIER. Assistant Mayor's Clerk.
Recorded in Ordinance Book, vol. 7, pace S3,
25th day of June. A. D. 1SS9. je27-ia
A N ORDINANCE-REPEALING AN OR
A DINANCE entitled "An ordinance locat
ing Emll street, from Penn avenue to Friend
ship avenue." approved February 14. 1834.
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the
the city ot Pittsburg in Select and Common
Councils assembled, and It is hereby ordained
and enacted by tbe authority of the same. That
an ordinance entitled "An ordinance locating
Emll street, from Penn avenue to Friendship
avenue," approved February 14, 1834, be and
the same I hereby repealed.
Section 2 That any ordinance or part of or
dinance conflicting with the provisions of this
ordinance be and tbe same is hereby repealed,
so far as the same affects this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted Into a law in Councils
this 10th diy of June A. D. 18SD.
H. P. FORD, President of Select Council.
Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD, Clerk of Select
Council. GEO. L. HOLLIDAY, President of
Common Council. Attest: GEO. BOOTH,
Clerk of Common Council.
Mayor's Office. June 13, 1889. Approved:
WM. McCALLIN. Mayor. Attest: ROBERT
OSTERMAIER, Assistant Mayor's Clerk.
Recorded In Ordinance Book, vol 7, page 87,
28th day of June. A. D. 18S9.
A chance for employment at Glass
or Iron Works, and Lots for Homes
Cheap, on Easy Payments, on tho
At Cochran station. Mononcahels
Division, Pennsylvania Railroad.
J. R. WYLIE, Agent,
Or, No. 8 Wood street, room No. 5,
FOR SALE WHOLESALE PRODUCE
Doing first-class business. 'Will sell at a bar
gain, as owner's time is otherwise taken up.
je23-17-TT3 Dispatch offlceL
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 the
SIXTH AVENUE DYE WORKS,
M. MAY SONS & Co.
68 SIXTH AVE.
Goods called for and delivered. jell-irs
Having been passed and the widening of tho
street assured, now is the time to boy before
prices advance. We have some good property
for sale on that thoroughfare at very reason
able prices. SAMUHL W. BLAtiK &VO,
99 Fourth ave. je28-29-WTh3
The Specialist, of 47 Ohio street, Allegheny,
defies competition in the cure of all chronio
trouble". He does not point to fictitious tes
COME AND BEE THE ORIGINALS,
At his office, of your neighbors who have been
cured in Pittsburg and Allegheny. Consola
tion free. je21
41 aevenin avenue,
Telephone 1344. seS-ngQ-TTS
WILSON. 61 FOURTH AVENUE,
Sells fine watches, jewelry, clocks, silverware,
spectacles, etc. Watch, clock and lewelry re
pairing a specialty. je25-75rT3
81 AND 93 FIFTH AVENtTB,
Pittsburg, Pa. - apW-74-S
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