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A Dozen Mad Italian Demons Attack
a Railroad Foreman.
JUMPED ON AND HIT WITH A PICK.
in Excitin? Cbase, With Shots From
TWO AEEESTS, AXD OTHERS TO FOLLOW
A large number of Italian laborers en
gaged in a riot yesterday afternoon at
Cork's Run, and Lawrence O'Toole, fore
man of the Ohio Connecting Company, was
very seTerely injured. O'Toole had the
supervision of a new railroad being laid at
Cork's Bun, and employed about 19
Italians. At 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon
O'Toole told one Italian, known as "Big
Dan," that he had no further use for him,
and he might consider himself discharged.
The Italian was impudent, and then, be
coming enraged, sprang at O'Toole and
struck him on the head with a shovel.
Nine of the other Italian laborers answered
the call of "Big Dan," and made an attack
on O'Toole. The latter was trampled, and
a large pick was run into his leg. Some
citizens at Cork's Bun interfered and sent
word to Sergeant McCurry, of the Thirty
sixth ward station, that a man bad been killed
and that the Italians were rioting.
Officers Shaffer, O'Donnell. Boy er and Miller
responded. The Italians took to the woods
upon the approach of the police, but were pur
sued by the officers and a number of citizens.
The rioters fired over a dozen shots from their
covering of trees; bnt no one was wounded.
Frank Gill and Donnto Mingo were arrested,
after much opposition. The patrol wagon was
called, and the arrested men, with O'Toole,
wore taken to the Thirty-sixth ward station.
Sergeaut McCurry dressed O'Toole's wounds
and sent him in a carnage to the-Twenty-eighth
ward station, where information was made
against Gill, Mingo, Joseph Farren, Lam Koss
Daniel Foslacb, P. Moty, M. Bavi, Josenh
Schewing, C Mczzitt, Henry Wahrr and Pat
rick Himer, charging tbem'with felonious as
salt and battery witn intent to kill.
O'Toole was then removed to the Homeo
pathic Hospital. He is married, 23 years old
and resides at No. 42 MrCluro avenue. Woods
Hun. The condition of O'Toole is very serious.
His rich t arm is broken, and his head beaten
and cut in a fearfnl way. The cut on his lee
Inflicted by a pick is two inches deep and four
Inches in length.
Inspector McKelvoy and Captain Stewart
went to Cork's Hun to arrest the other accused
KO IMMEDIATE FEAR OF IT.
Dr. John Dickson Says There Nerd be Little
Apprehension of an Epidemic.
Dr. John Dickbon is qnoted as having said
that the present run of typhoid fever in Pitts
burg and Allegheny is not at all alarming not
so bad as we have had in years past when the
hot season reached its climax. He also thinks
the danger in the disease germs that infect ice
used in drinking water is very remote. He
thinks the exceptional run ol fever in Alle
gheny is due to local causes rather than to gen
erally bad sanitation or drinking water to bad
cellars, dirty gutters, etc, for example. The
Pittsburg hospitals have no typhoid patients
now they are all in Allegheny.
In this connection there is proof in the fol
lowing communication that "doctors still dis
agree, for Dr. L. H. Harris, of the West Penn
Hospital Executive Committee, writes:
To the Editor of The Dispatch:
DEAR bin In one of the evening papers of to
day 1 note the startling head lines, -Typhoid
Terrors." I bare nut read the article as 3 et. but
urgently ask, '-Cannot the city press more per
sistently arge upon the people the absolute neces
sity for more hospital accommodations)"' We
have not In the city any reasonable accommoda
tions lor the slightest special emergency.
There Is to-day scarcely standing room In the
Western Pennsjlvanla Hospital. There are 218
patients aud but 17u regular beds. The entire
door space is utilized at night for temporary eots.
'ibis Is an alarming state uf aflalrs for thlseason
of the year. The walls or this Institution have
been hitherto very clastic, but are now stretched
to their utmost tension. Of these 218 pitients 13S
arecharlty Is there nobelp? It is bard to refuse
charity patients, but what ran be done? Patients
come to us dally stating that they have been re
fund admission to other Institutions, and bence I
take It for granted the others are la lite condi
tion. I write advisedly. In the absence of the Super
intendent 1 am at the hospital twice dally, two
hours In the morning and the same In the evening,
and assure yuu this is no draft ou the imagination.
L. H. Hjlbbis.
FITTSBDT.G, July 10, 1889.
AN 1NSAXE WEEPER.
The Fate a Hun Who Impersonated Two or
An undersized, homclv Hungarian called at
Inspector McAleese's office yesterday after
noon, weeping and walling as if bis heart woold
break. Upon being questioned he produced a
letter, written in a plain round hand, which
was addressed to the public, and said: "This
poor man lost his good wife and his two pre
cious children, besides all his property and per
sonal effects, by the Johnstown flood," con
cluding by urging that he be financially as
sisted. The letter was signed P. Skenidge.
The man conld not talk English intelligibly,
and the Inspector took him to Consul Scham
berg's office. Mr. Schamberg questioned the
fellow closely for a few minutes, and then pro
nounced him a fraud.
McAleese then told the man to get out of
town and left him; but, instead of doing so. ho
took up a position on the steps in front of City
Hall, cr)ing and sobbing in such a manner that
in a few moments a crowd ot nearly 100 people
gathered about him. Controller's Clerk Wil
liam Heed, who has just returned from a
month spent up in the flooded district, went to
the weeping Individual, and soon got enough
from hiin to prove clearly that he was a fraud.
Mr. Reed ordered the fellow away, and
threatened to have him arrested; but when he
left the hall he went to Central station and pre
sented bis letter to Sergeant Gray. The latter
recognized him as a man who came to the sta
tion drunk about a week ago with the same
story. The Sergeant at once locked him up.
He gave bis name as Peter Skenidge, the same
as that signed to the letter. The fellow is evi
dently Insane, for he kept np bis weeping and
moaning all afternoon and evening.
Protect your children from the suffering
and distress caused by worms by using Dr.
Jayne's Tonic Vermifuge. It thoroughly
destroys these vanishes, and by its tonic
properties builds up the system. There is
no better medicine for the general debility
or dyspepsia of cither young or old.
Imported Brnndenbnrc Frcres.
Medoc, St. Emilion, St. Estepha, St.
Julien, JIargeaux, Pontet Canet, St.
Pierrie, Chateau Leoville,, Chateau la
Kosa, Chateau Monton, Grand Yin Chateau
Wargeaux, Grand Yin Chateau Lafitte, by
the case or bottle. G. W. ScnaiiDT,
95 and 97 Fifth avenue, city,
The Most Wholesome Beverage
Is the Wiener Standard or Culbacher beer
made by the Baeuerlein Brewing Company.
For a summer drink it stands without a
rival. Sold in bottles or kegs. Send orders
by mail to Bennnett, Pa., P. O., or via tele
phone 1018; prompt attention given in cither
Id the Salt Boom Summer Suits and Blouse
Largest variety here, and the "mark
down" prices self them lively. Come in and
see these summer bargains.
JOS. HORNE & CO. '8
Penn Avenue Stores.
Old Sherry, full quarts
Extra Old Sherrv fnll nnartji-
OldPort. full quarts COc
Ex tra Old Port, lull quarU 75c
Eieslng, full quarts 40c
Angelica, full quarts 50c
Muscatel, full quart. 50c
Tokay, full quarts 80c
ForsalebyG. "W. Schmidt, Xos. 95 and
97 Filth ave.
Hade by Frauenheim & Viliack is a de
lightful summer beverage. , ttssu
A, GREAT FIREMAN GONE.
A Sketch of the Late Chief James E. Crow,
of Allegheny Tho Leader Among Veter
ans lu Uis Line of Daly.
Chief Crow, of the Allegheny Fire Depart
ment, died at 1027 o'clock yesterday morning,
while in an unconscious state, at his home, 203
Jackson street, Allegheny. His family were
aronnd his bedside, and notwithstanding the
fact that the doctors had said there was no
chance for recovery, still hoped that his robust
constitution would pull him through.
27ie Late Chief From One of Six Latt Pho
tooTciphu James E. Crow was born in the little town of
Findlay. O., July 11. 1S36, and If he lived until
to-day would have been exactly 53 years of age.
When he was only 1 year old his mother moved
to Blairsville, Pa, and after residing there six
years moved to a farm in Butler county. At
the age of 14 he came to Allegheny, where he
attended the public schools until ho was 17
years of age. He then engaged as an appren
tice with McKlrdy A McGinnis, and learned
the carpenter trade. In 1856 he Joined the
Washington Hose Company, and was made
foreman when the salary of foreman was 8 a
a month, house rent and coal free. He held
the position until the company was dis
banded in 1S6G and the Friendship company
was formed. He was made a fireman of the
new company. It was at this time the com
panies of the fire department got np a fireman's
association and asked Conncils to givo them
an appropriation. The representatives of the
different companies then elected Mr. Crow
Chief. The city decided to take charge of the
department and create the office of Chief Engi
neer. Mr. Crow was chosen in March, 1808. by
Councils to fill that position at a salarv of 900
per year. He held the position from that time
until his death. The salary was increased to
$1,200. then to 11.600, again to $1,800 and at pres
ent the salary is $2,500 a year.
Mr. Crow was married to Miss Mary E. Pal
mer in 1839. In IBM be recruited a company for
the 100-day service and was made captain of It,
It was Company G, 133d regiment of Pennsyl
Mr. Crow made the Allegheny Fire Depart
ment what it is to-day and It ranks with the
best in the world. It will be impossible to se
lect another person as competent to fill the po
sition. He was held In high esteem by all tho
men, who will regret his death as they
would a brother's. He never lost bis
presence of mind at a fire, and if there were
any danger would prefer to go himself rather
than send any of the men. He never sent a
man to a place in a fire where he woold not go
himself. His orders to the men at a fire were
more in the. form of requests tban commands.
He was one of the most popular men in Alle
gheny City, and his many friends repeatedly
urged him to permit the use of bis name as a
candidate for Mayor, guaranteeing his election,
but he always declined, saying his place was
with the tire department.
The deceased leaves a wife and two daugh
ters, Mrs. David Hunter and Miss Clara Crow.
His mother, who is 82 years of age, his two
brothers, H. J. Crow, of Los Angeles, Cat,
and Samuel Crow, of the Allegheny Water
Department, and one sister, Mrs. John Logan,
are still living.
A CLOSE CALL FOE BOTH.
Alderman Hclnrlch and aa Aged and Portly
Alderman Hcinrich, of the Thirty-first ward,
and Mr. William B. Taylor, a resident of the
same ward, were driving np Maple street yes
terday afternoon. As they reached a very
steep ascent one of the traces broke, and, the
horse becoming unmanageable, the buggy was
upset. Both men were thrown underneath,
but the Alderman held on to the lines and
prevented a runaway. When affairs were
righted the men found that they had been se
verely bruised and their clothes badly torn,
but neither had been seriously hurt. Mr.
Taylor's escape is noticeable, as he Is 89 years
of age and very stout.
THEY DIDK'T SPEAK EAST.
Men Who Merely Assisted In Selling Unli
censed Beer Don't Count.
Isaac Dickson and John Daedord, two of the
men charged by Constable Best with selling
liquor without license on the Fourth of July,
at the Soutbslde Driving Park, were given a
bearing last evening by Alderman Helnnch.
It was shown that the men were merely em
ployed about the place and only assisted at the
oar, and tbey were discharged.
The cases of Charles Hardy, charged with
selling liquor without license, and John Mc
Kee, charged with gambling, were continued
until Monday, July 22. John Monds. charged
wltb gambling, will also be given a hearing at
Two Mighty Continents,
North and Sonth America, beside Guatemala,
the West Indies, Australia, and even Europe.
are the fields of usefulness in which Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters has demonstrated its value as
an antidote to malaria, and as a remedy for
dyspepsia, constipation, rheumatism, neuralgia,
biliousness, nervonsness, and loss of appetite
and sleep. Tbe inhabitants, the medical men
of these countries, have spoken in no uncertain
tone concerning the efficacy of the great house
The Johnstown People Select WIselr.
The Hiss Dix Trust has arranged for a
representative to supply sewing machines
to the seamstresses at that place who
suffered by the flood. Tho seamstresses
had their own selection of the different
makes of machines on the market, and in
every instance chose the late Improved
Singer as being the best adapted for all
classes of work. The order was accordingly
given the Singer Manufacturing Company
No. 8 Sixth street for tbe entire number
At Hulton, Allegheny Yalley Railroad,
Friday, July 12. Trains leave Union sta
tion at 8:45. 10:10, 11:00 A. M.; 12.05, IKK),
2:00, 3:00, 4:00. 5:00, SSOp. M.
Horae Market Notice.
Eereaiter the horse market will be held in
the Eed Lion yard every Wednesday and
Saturday at 10 A. m., commencing next Sat
urday, July 13.
A. J. Montgomery, Proprietor.
McNamie & Fitzimmons, Auctioneers.
100 New Leather Traveling Bags.
Grain leather, 52 00 and up; alligator,
$4 00 and up. Large assortment. Black
and natural color.
Jos. Horne & Co.'s,
Penn Avenue Stores.
Coleman's Flag Brand,
G. W. S. Flag Brand,
By the ease or bottle.
G. W. Schmidt,
95 and 97 Fifth avenup, city.
Cabinet photographs, $1 a dozen.
Hendricks & Co.,
68 Federal st Allegheny.
Single Dress Pattern In Fine India Silks.
No two alike. Finest goods imported at
reduced prices to-day.
JOS. HOBNE& Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
SMOKE the best. La Perla del Fumar
clear Havana Key West cigars. Sold 3 for
25c by G. "W. Schmidt, If os. 95 and 97 Fifth
Cabinet photos 89s per dozen for one
week only; bring the family at once. Lies'
popular gallery, 10 and-12 Sixth et. . ,
The Ladies' Relief Committee Wind
ing Dp a Good Work.
THE EXPOSITION TO BE VACATED.
Thousands of Garments and Other Goods
Sent to Johnstown.
TAEDI DISTRIBUTION AT THAT POIKT
On Tuesday the ladies of the Johnstown
Belief Committee supplied 145 people with
2,000 pieces of clothing, .50 pieces of bed
ding, 10 barrels aud 13 sacks of flour, aud
15 cases of canned goods, yesterday they
filled 55 orders, sending away 700 pieces of
clothing, 30 pieces of bedding, ryid 20 sacks
of flour. During the day 30 ladies were at
work on the sewing machines in the Expo
sition building, making sheeting;, towels and
Another man was furnished with a cork
leg yesterday. This is the second one re
corded that was ruined in the Johnstown
disaster. The man brought his leg along
with him, and it was almost fiat, having
been crushed between two houses. These
legs cost $100 tjeb.
A large number of letters of thanks were
received from people who had been sup
plied. In msny cases the boxes were shipped
to them several weeks ago and were not re
ceived until Monday.
Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. McCreery and Mrs.
Kelly were the ladies in charge yesterday.
Mrs. Kelly said she went out toEbensburg. but
had to come back to assist Mrs. Campbell.
While in Ebensburg she found 18 families of
75 persons who had suffered from the flood and
had received no aid. They were in destitute
circumstances, and she sent them snpplies
yesterday. She willjspend the summer there,
and intends to take care of them. Most of the
supplies sent lately were consigned to Brad
dock, where abont 1,200 survivors of the dis
aster are staying with friends.
The Belief Committee will close business on
Saturday. Mr. Kelly "said that Mr. 8. 8. Mar
vin told tbe ladies tbey could use the Exposi
tion building until July 15. He has not notified
them to vacate, but they consider it only just
to do so. Besides that, tho ladles are almost
worn ont with th exacting labor. A meeting
of the Executive Committee will be held Sat
urday, at which the committee will probably
disband. The good clothing, consisting of
about 40 large boxes, has been stored away, and
will be held subject to the orders of the Johns
town Commissary. The remainder, which is
not worth much, will be distributed among the
various charity institutions of tbe city for tho
inmates to sew into carpet rags. When these
are ready the Relief Committee will have tbem
woven into carpet, which will be distributed
among the Johnstown people who have again
taken up housekeeping.
Yesterday's contributions to the Johnstown
relief fund) received by Treasurer Thompson
amounted to $26,413 OS, making tbe total 753
S13 55. Tbe items were as follows: Citizens of
Jackson's Center.Pa., S62 59; citizens of Mercer
(additional), $3: citizens of Smlthtleld, O., $80;
Union Sunday school of Rnseland, X. J., J20 CO:
Troy, N. Y. (additional). $1,1R) 37; citizens of
AVarrensburg. N. Y., $32 45; citizens ot Shaf.
field. 111., 79 57; Railroaders' Dramatic Club of
Moberly, Ma, $15 50; by Mayor Pearson (ad
ditional), $10; Chicago Board of Trade, $25,000.
A SAD ESCAPADE.
The Disappearance of a SUndyslde Young
Man Under Suspicion.
Excitement has been caused in Shadyside
over tbe arrest of E. W. Dunn, a clerk in the
grocery of Y. P.T. J ope, corner of Roup street
and Fifth avenue. An information was made
against him before Alderman Hyndman Tues
day evening, and he was lodged in the Nine
teenth ward station house. He was charged
with pernicious activity toward several girls.
The charges were entered by Mrs. Wefllng, one
of the mothers of the girls, but tbe hearing
was postponed indefinitely through the plead
ing of Dunn's friends, on a promise that he
would leave the city immediately, and he was
It Is said that D. B. Maxwell, at one time an
attorney here, one ot wbose sisters. It is
alleged, was assaulted by Dunn, met tbe latter
while he was driving about tbe city early Tues
day evening, jumped into tbe vehicle and gave
him a Rood body beating, and then had him
arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct.
Dunn left a deposit of $30 for his appearance
and returned to his home to And Captain
Mercer in waiting to arrest him on a more
ANOTHER EFFORT MADE.
County Commissioners Try Again to Sell
tho Old Court House.
The County Commissioners are once more
making an effort to dispose of the old Court
House and other county buildings on Diamond
street, and this time they hope to reach their
object throngh tbe court. Steven H. Geyer,
Esq.. Connty Solicitor, has drawn up a petition
to the court, in wbich he sets forth the advisa
bility of disposing of the buildings as soon as
possible. This petition is to be presented to
the court to-day.
County Commissioner Mercer was asked yes
terday what would be done with the buildings
if tbe court should grant permission to sell.
"I am not able to say anything about the mat
ter at present," he said. "We must wait and
see what the court says about the petition.
The buildings are utterly useless at present,
and while unoccupied tbey suffer. I suppose,
though, that tbe buildings will be publicly sold
as soon as we get permission to do so."
la What a Samlisider Claims to Have
Thumped Ont of a Constable.
Joseph Armitage, a wire-worker, yesterday
lodged an information before Alderman Hein
rich, charging James Lowry, Constable of
Beltzhoorer borough, with assault and bat
tery. The men bad had a dispute on the street,
and, it was charged, Lowry assaulted Ar
mitage. Immed'ately after the suit had been entered,
the two men met again. They decided to settle
the matter between them, and, it is claimed,
adjourned to Beltzhoover borough, where a
ring was formed. Four rounds were fought
according to Marquis of Queensberry, and the
men quit satisfied.
Armitage held that he had had the best of it,
and was contented, and, returning to the
Alderman's office, be wanted to withdraw the
suit and pay the costs. He was informed that
there must be a bcanng,and was not allowed to
withdraw the case.
JUST $200,000 NEEDED.
Chairman Bindley Shows What Will be
Necessary for tho Exposition.
Chairman Bindley, of the Exposition Finance
Committee, said yesterday: "To complete tho
buildings and equip tnem for a successful
opening, we must double tbe force of men now
working; we must have plenty of cash. We
must raise the $200,000. and have it where we
can use it at once. We appreciate the magni
tude of the work to be done, but we propose to
show the people we are equal to the emer
gency, and we will be."
Denying the Allegation.
In reply to tbe statement credited to County
Liquor Detective McCall regarding the "evil of
the social club system," the officers and several
of the privates in the County Democracy Club
answer, and with some heat, that there has
never been a class of beer or liquor sold in its
rooms Since their establishment.
1828, Imperial Amontillado Sherry,
full quarts $3 00
1828, Imported Brown Sherry, fnll
qnarts 3 00
Pemartin Sherry, full quarts. 2 00
Choice Old Brown Sherry, full quarts. 2 00
Harmony Sherry, full quarts 1 60
Fine Old Topaz Sherry, lull quarts.... 1 00
For sale by G. "VY. Schmidt, 95 and 97
Baeuerlein Beer Absolutely Pare.
The Baeuerlein Brewing Company at
Bennett, Pa., use nothing but the best and
purest materials, together with artesian well
water, in the manufacture ol their beer.
Send orders either for bottles or kegs to
Bennett P. O., or by telephone 1018. ttssu
Over One Thousand Tarda Yesterday Silk
Never f busy before this time of year.
Come now. Jos. Hoene &.Co.'a
Penn Avenue Store.
JACOB'S WELE OUTDONE.
Three Nice Ones In Allegheny Parks One of
Tbem Finished at a Depth of 120 Feet-Eighty-Five
Feet of Wafer In It.
There will soon be an abundance of pure,
cool well-water In tbe Allegheny Parks, and
the residents who have been silently sipping
under the notion that they were drinking a
Johnstown decoction, will be enabled to dis
cover what uncontamlnated water tastes like.
Tho well wbich has been donated to the city
of Allegheny by George W. Snamen was com
pleted yesterday. It is situated in the
West Park, near tho foot bridge
below tho artificial lake. In speaking
of it yesterday Park Superintendent William
Hamilton said that a generally erroneous im
pression as to the natnre of the wells was
abroad among the people. They have been
termed artesian wells, while in fact they are
not. The name artesian means a flowing well.
The new wells in tho park are to be bored; but
they will not flow, and pumps will be put Into
them to raise the water. The well put down
by Mr. Snamen is 120 teet deep. In boring,
the drill pierced 2 feet of soil. 38 feet of sand
and aDout 15 feet of slate stratum, and entered
an excellent water sandstone a depth of 65
eet- O. A .. .
XiYesterday afternoon there was 85 feet of
water in the well. This morning the iron
pnmp will be put in and the handle will be at
tached to the steam drilling machine. This
will be kept in operation about six hours, to
see if the water can be exhausted. In case it
is, the well will be sunk deeper. In tbe con
tract the driller agreed to get a sufficient sup
ply of water, of which Mr. Hamilton is to he
About noon yesterday work was begun on
the new well donated by Mrs. J. M. Qnsky.
It is sitnated just below tho band stand, near
the plantbonse. It is expected to be com
pleted by Monday, as the drillers work dayjind
night. A good supply of water is expected in
this well, as Commodore Kountz bad a private
one completed on Tuesday, abont 900 feet
distant, at which the steam pump worked all
day and night without exhausting the water.
The well donated by Strasberger & Joseph is
to be located In the Second ward park, opposite
Race street, midway between Arch and Fed
SHOT HIS FRIEND.
John Hurley, of Wllklnsburr, Bndlr
Wonudi Cbarlea Llmegrover.
John Hurley, a young teamster of Wilklns
hurg, yesterday shot his roommate, Charles
LImcgrover, and it was at first feared the man
would die; but last night he was better, with
Erospects of recovery. The two are said to
avo been fast friends, and the only reason
alleged to have caused Hurley to shoot is that
he must have beenTlntoxicated. Hurley was
taken to jail and will have a bearing before
Justice Creelman, of Wilklnsburg, Saturday.
XXX. 1855, Pure Bye Whisky, full
quarts ?2 00
I860, McKim's Pure Bye Whisky,
full quarts 3 00
Monogram, Pure Bye Whisky, full
quarts 1 75
Extra Old Cabinet, Pure Bye Whisky,
lull quarts 1 CO
Gibson's, 1879, Pure Bye Whisky, full
quarts 2 00
Gibson's Pure Eye Whisky, fnll
quarts 1 50
Guckenbeimer 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, fnll
quarts 1 00
For sale by G. W. Schmidt, Nos. 95 and
97 Fifth ave.
White Toablko Japanese Silks,
Extra wide and fine; another lot in stock
to-day. Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
If you have not smoked the La Perla del
Fumaf Key West cigar you have lost a
treat Sold 3 for 25e. G. W. Schmidt,
Nos. 95 and 97 Fifth ave.
-VnmCE THU ANNUAL MEETING OP
1I the stockholders of tbe Pennsylvania
Manufacturing, Mining and Supply Company
will be held at tbeir ofilce. No. 1004 Penn ave
nue, Pittsburg. Pa., on WEDNESDAY, July
17, 18S9, at 11 o'clock A. M.
D. A STEVENSON, Secretary.
PlTTSBUBO. July 1L 18S9. jyll-16-D
SIR KNIGHTS I ATTENTION 1-THE
officers and members of Star of the West
Castle No. 93, K. G. E., are hereby requested to
assemble at their Castle Hall, corner of Grant
and Second avenue, at 12 o'clock noon, FRI
DAY, July 12, to attend in a body the funeral
of Rev. Win. Dorman, to bo held at the resi
dence of George W. Scott. Banksville Pa. By
order, E. T. WHITE, N. C; SAMUEL HACK
WELDER, M. of R. jyll-40
ESTATE OF CHARLES L. CALDWELL,
deceased. Notice is hereby given that let
ters of administration on tho 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 those 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 "x ORK SMITH.
TESTATE OF GETER a 8HIDLE DE
Jll CEASED Notice is hereby given that
letters testamentary on tbe estate of Geter C.
Sbidle, deceased, late of Pittsburg, have been
granted to the undersigned, to whom all per
sons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment, and those having
claims or demands against the same will make
tnem Known witnout ueiay.
403 Smithfleld St
-yrOTICE TO FIRE ESCAPE CONTRAC
JL TORS Notice Is hereby given that sealed
proposals for tbe erection of a fire escape to
the Etna public school building will be re
ceived np until MONDAY, July 29, 1889. For
further information call on or address GEO.
A. CHALFANT and H. W. OCHSE, Com
mittee, Etna, Pa. jy9-67-TT3.
-VTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-SEALED
IX proposals for the grading and paving of
bberman street between Grant and Lincoln
avennes, Millvale borough, will be received by
the Burcess and Town Council until the 13th
day of July, 1889. at 5 o'clock P. it. Plans and
specifications can be ser i at No. 43 Grant ave
nue, Millvale boroueh. Proposals to be ad
dressed to Samnel Eades, Bennett P. O., Pa.
Tbe Council reserves the right to reject any or
all proposals. BREWER SCOTT, Burgess.
Natural Gas Fitters ana Kalsominers.
Sealed proposals will be received until MON
DAY, July 15, for tbe fitting up with natural
gas the Hancock sub-districtFifth ward public
school. Workmanship and material ot the
best quality. Also to kalsomlne said public
school old kalsomlne to bo washed off. AH
bids to be left with janitor -at tbe school build
ins, .who will furnish any information required.
Jrrx,Y 1, 18S9. Secretary Pro Tern.
NEW YORK MILITARY ACADEMY.
Cornwall-OD-Hudson. Courses of study in
civil enirineerlng, English and classics. Labor
atory, drawing room and field work. Beautiful
oulldincs, grounds, location. COL. C. J.
WRIGHT, B. 8., A M, Supt; BELDlSN F.
HYATT. Comd't ot Cadets. jel4-D
CHELTENHAM ACADEMY. OGONTZ
Pa. Unexcelled location and surround
injrs. .New school equipment Gymnasium,
military drill, etc Thorough preparation for
college or scientific school. For circular, et(,
address J. CALVIN RICE, A. M., Principal.
Pennsylvania Female College,
Situated In a beautiful park, on a commanding
plateau, in the suburbs of Pittsburg, away from
city noise and dust. Unsnrrassed for baauty and
healtbfulness. .Excellent facilities for study of
.Natural Sciences, Classics and Mathematlcs-ln
short, every department well equipped. Tbe
completion of Dllwortb Hall, comcrlsine new
cbapel, commodious class rooms and additional
dormitories, bas Increased capacity and furnishes
faculties for tboroucb educational work of the
blshest order. Season opens September 11, 1889.
Karly application is desirable. For catalogues and
further information apply to MISS HELEN E.
PEL.LETBEAU. President Pittsburg (Last End),
HAZELWOOD, TWENTY-THIRD WARD.
11,000 per acre. Terms reasonable. Would
divide nicely into lots. SAMUEL W. BLACK
& CO.. S9 Fourth avenue. jy4-97-4,5,C,9,ll,13
J. A. JACOBS,
98 Fourth avenue.
MSfDisplay ad-certUemcnls one OoUar per
iuaref for one interiUni. Clatsified advertite
mentt on Oil page tvph at Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, etc, ten cento per tine for each inter
Uon, and none taken for Uti than fifty cent.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of tho
public, Branch Offices havo 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 Tax Dls
THOMAS McCAFFKKY, J&,9 Butler street.
FJ1IL O. STUCKEY. Zith street and Penn ave.
E. G.tmJCKEY&ca.Wylleave. and Fulton st
N. STOKEliY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. "WALLACE; iVZX l'cnn avenue.
MCALLISTEK & 8HE1BLEK, 5th av. &Alwoodst
JACOB SPOHN, So. 2 Carson street.
H. A. DONALDSON. 1707 Carson strett
A. J. KAERCHEK, 59 Federal street
H. J. HcllItlUE, Federal and Ohio streets,
FBED H. EGOEltS. 172 Oblo street.
F. H. EGOEKS & SON. Ohio and Chestnut stt.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jacksoa streets.
THOMAS MCHENUY, Western ana Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsvlvanlaand Braver aves.
PERRYM.OLE1M. Hebecot and Allcglieny aves.
ANTED-GOOD BAltBEB APPLY
FKEO ECKEHT, S549 Butler St. Jyll-41
TTANTED TINNEK FOK HHEET-1KON
VV render work. Apply to PITTSBUKG BK ASS
NO. 8, Allegheny Yalley Ballroad office,
cor. Pike and Eleventh sts. Jyll-U
WANTED-DOLLY CHAIN MAKEKS AND
helpers. BAKER CHAIN AND WAGON
IUON MFG. CO., Allegheny. Pa. Jyll-33
WANTED-FOOK STEEL HOLDERS: GOOD
wages to first-class men. Apply SHARON
STEEL CASTING CO.j Sharon. Pa. jylO-17
ANTE D TINNER IMMEDIATELY
steady job to the right man. TKJIAY &
KLINOENSMITH. Lecchborg, Pa. Jyll-14
one accustomed to Job work. Inquire at
PrrrSIIUBG LABEL CO., 169 Second ave.
WANTED-TWO MEN TO TAKE ORDERS
from sample: commissions paid dallr. Ap
ply to J. a. CUTTER, 1030 Penn ave., room 2.
WANTED A GOOD GALVANIZKR CAN
find stead v employment at THE KELLY &
JONES CO., I First ave., Pittsburg, or Greens
burg. Pa. JyS-67
WANTED-FIKST-CLASS BRASS MOLDER
can find permanent employment at the
KELLY & JONES CO., 113 First ave., Psr., or
Greensburg, Pa. Jeia-3S
WANTED-GLASS AND CHINA PACKER;
must be sober and Industrious and willing
to make himself useful about the store. F. G.
CRAIGHEAD, SIS Smithfleld st. JyIl-2)
WANTED-I HAVE A POSITION OPEN
which will pay a good canvasser 115 a week;
apply between S and 10 a. M. at room 7, No. 97
lourthave. W. G. BECUTER, Assb Sopt
fTTANTED-AN ENERGET1H ENTERPK1S
VV 1NG man, situated outside Pittsburg, to
represent our house in his State: salary 70: refer
ences given and exacted. MANUFACTURER,
Lock Box 1610, N. Y oc7-t3-Th
WANTED AT ONCE A GOOD TINNER
that can do all kinds of outside work;
steady employment and good wages to the light
Sartj: man with family preferred. Address U. E.
MlTH, Clarion, Fa. Jyll-U
powder and pure spices: gifts with goods:
coke workers, miners or millmtn can make money
in their spare time. YAMASHIKO TEA CO., 83
Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa. J28-SC-TTS
TTTANTED GENTLEMAN OF MATURED
TV character and business training, one suited
to make calls on theleadlngfamllles: no peddling;
no obnoxious samples. Address PROFITABLE
.BUSINESS, Dispatch office. JylI-28
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS CAKE BAKER,
with experience, capable or doing all kinds
of cake baking: alto a second banded bread baker.
Apply to KOBERTS & STEELE, 1027 Liberty St.,
McKeeiport, Pa., at 3 o'clock to-day. lyll-M
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN 15 OB IS YEABS
of age to work In nfflce, make ont bills, etc ;
iust live at home and give first-class reference: a
good opening for a young man who Is willing to
work his way np. Address, la own handwriting.
BOX 697, city.
WANTED-BAU WRITERS AT SMART'S
Eclectic Shorthand and Business College,
4 Sixth street. I'ltUburg. Studenu (both sexes)
qualified for positions from one to three months;
Civil Service exercises. College open day and
evening through summer. Je29-TT8Su
WANTED-BY AN OLD-TIME INSURANCE
Co.. a special or supervisory man for Penn
sylvania; also an active, energetic man as general
agent In Allegheny Co.: liberal arrangements
will be made with the right men. Apply 11 to 12
or 4 to 6. GEO. F. HADLEY, Hotel Anderson.
WANTED-SALESMEN WE WISH A FEW
men to sell our goods by sample to the
wholesale and retail trade; on salary; largest
manufacturers la our line: Inclose 2c stamp; wages
S3 per day; permanent position; money advanced
for wages, advertising, etc. CENTENNIAL
M'F'G. CO., Cincinnati. O.
VTrANTED MAN-TO TAKE AGENCY OF
VV our safes; size 28x18x18 Inches; weight 500
lbs. : retail price (35; otbersizesln proportion; rare
chance to create permanent business at borne;
these safes meet demand never before supplied by
otbersafe companies, as we are not governed by
the Safe Pool. ALPINE SAFE CO., Cincinnati. O.
TT7"ANTED-AGENT3 TO HAN DLETHE NEW
VV patent chemical ink erasing pencil: great
est novelty ever produced; erases Ink In two sec
onds; no abrasion or paper; 2)0 to wo per cent
Sroflt; one agent's sales amounted to t&oin six
ays; another (32 In two hours: territory absolute
ly free; salarv to good men; no ladles need answer;
sample 3 cents. For terms and full particulars,
address the .manufacturers, J. W. SKINNER &
CO.. Onalaska. Wis. Jy9-5
T7ANTED-1'AUY 0Ir REFINEMENT. AND
VV with business qualities, suited for calling on
customers. ELITE GALLERY, 516 Market.
WANTED-EXPEBIENCED GIRL BOOK
folders: none but experienced need apply.
NATIONAL BLANK BOOK MFG. CO., 77 Dia
mond st. Jyll-23
WANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOB GENERAL
housework; one who can cook, wash and
Iron: small family: guod wages. NO. IS LIBERTY
STREET. Allegheny. Jyll-4
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED SALES
LADY, one thoroughly acquainted with
ladles' and children's furnishings. Apply be
tween 9 and 10 A. It. A. G. CAMPBELL Jt SON 3,
710 Penn ave. yll-97
-Trr ANTED-A FIRST-CLAB3 MILLINER FOR
TV the city : must come well recommended and
be a good maker and trimmer. Address P.O.
BOX 888, stating salary expected; work ten
months In the year. )yll-M
WANTED EXPERIENCED TEACHEltS
for tbe schools of Robinson township; term
8 montbs; wages f50 per month: election at Bem
Ington P. O.. July at 1S89, at o'clock p. M. J.
M. MOOBE, Sec Jylt-92
Stale and Female flelo.
YTTANTED-AN ENERGETIC WOMAN, OR
V V man and wife, as partners In a large board
ing house in the city; 1800 cash required. Ad
dress PKINCIPAL, Dispatch office. Jyll-35
WANTED-A MAN AND WIFE WITHOUT
family to keep horses, milk and keep lawn
flowers In order; good place to right man and
wire. Apply at once at HAMILTON'S, 91 Filth
ave., city. Jyll-24
WAN1-ED-HEAD LAUUDRESS, f5 PER
week: cooks, dining room girls, chamber
maids, nurses, bouse girls, German and colored
girls, white and colored waiters, farm bands.
MRS. E. THOMPSON, 608 Grant St. Jy7-MTh
TTTANTED A PRINCIPAL FOR THE PAR.
VV NASSUS Public School; term nine months;!
to a competent person a ralr salary win he paid:
election Thursday. July 18, 18S9. Address, wltb
reference, REV. J. P. KENNEDY, President,
Parnassus, Pa. JylO-22
VTr AN TED AT ON CE-nOTEL PORTER AN D
, VV waiter, man to drive laundry wagon, 109
laborers, 0 farm bands, 200 bouse girls. 60 for
summer resorts, dining room girls and chamber
maids, dishwashers and laundry girls; 60 cooks.
MEEHAN'S, 845 Grant st Jys-D
WANTED -S25 WEEKLY-REPRESENTATIVE,
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 Jut what we say. Addressat
once STANDABD SILVERWARE CO., Voston.
WANTED-arnjATION BY A MALE COOK
In private family or hotel In the city or
out Adaress 19 FIRST STREET, Allegheny.
-rTT-ANTED-A POSITION AS BOOKKEEFOt
,.vV by a roung man of experience, who would
like to Invest about ttson in tbe business. Address
C. P. Q., Dispatch office Jyll-25
WANTED-BY YOUNG MAN OF EX
PERIENCE and ability, position of trust;
can loan employer ft 000. or would Invest in safe
business. Address FAITHFUL, Dispatch of
flce. ' JylI-
Boarders and Lodcerr.
WANTED-SUMMER BOARDERS AT OHIO
Pyle; pleasant situation; terms reasonable.
Address M. W., box 30, Ohio Pyle, Peazuu. .
JjU-fiO . ; ' . . V. ,.i.
WANTED MORTGAGES, LAHGE AND
small. ED WITT1S1I, 410 Grant st.. Pitts
In sums to suit at , 5 and 6 per cent
ALLES A BAILEY, 164 Fourth' ave. Tel. 167.
WANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY PEOP
ERTY. over M.O00; 4K per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER CO., 2 Fourth avenue.
WANTED-TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES, KOO
toK00,000at4V Sand 6 per cent. JAS. W.
DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. Tele
phone 373. Jy9-83-MTTS
-TT ANTED MOIiTGAGES IN ANY
VV amounts: 4 to 6 per cent: cltv and country:
no delay. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO.. 99
Fourth avenue. Ja3K-iiTlis
In large and small amounts at 4M, 5 and 6
per cent, free of State tax; no delay. HEED B.
COYLE& CO.. 131 Fourth ave. my21-60
TJANTED-MOBTGAGES IN LARGE AND
VV small amounts; we have a large amonntot
money to loan at 5 per cent W. A. HERKUN i.
SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
J fcJO-72-1, 16, 0,11,13, 18,1?, 20,23,2127.30
WANTED-TO LOAN (500,000. IN AMOUNTS
off. 000 and npward, on city and suburban
property, on 4K percent, free or tax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK & BA1RD,
95 Fourth avenue. se21-d28-D
-rTTASTED MORTGAGES 11,000, OOOTO LOAN
V V on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
6 per cent and on larms la Allegheny ana aqja
ecnt counties at 6 per cent. 1. At FENNOC1C &
bON, 103 Fourth avenue. ap7-fll
WANTKD-TO LOAN 1200,000 ON MORT
GAGES: SIM and upward at 6 per cent;
(SOD, COO at 4K per cent on residences or business
IiropertT; also In adjoining counties. S. H.
'KEN CH, 125 Fourth avenne. oc31-e$4-D
WANTEDHORSE DESIRE USE OF GOOD
saddler for the summer. Address S. S., Dis
patch office. Jyl(M8
-TTTANTED YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
VV doicn (13) of Stewart Co. 's fine cabinet
photos for St at 90 and 92 FEDERAL KT.. Alle
TTT-ANTED-LADIES TO KNOWHAUGH ft
VV Kecnan repair, reflnlsh or upholster old
furniture promptly and In tbe best possible man
ner. S3 AND if WATER ST. 'Phone 1623. my9-S2
WANTED TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BERS to secure a fine gold watch ror each
one In the club at SI 09 per week. Address P. O.
BOX 501, and I will call and suow you tbe watcb.
WANTED BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER, 96 Fifth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street Allegheny, everybody to
know that he Is making fine cabinets at fl 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous process. , mhl3-63
WANTED-MEN TO ATTEND NEW YORK
Cutting School: Urllng's actual measure
ment taught In all Its branches: the only true
system fitting anyand all shapes; no trying on:
Instructions, 10 A. u. to 4 r. w.; evening. 7 to 9
p. M.; call or write for circular. 514 WOOD ST.,
Pittsburg. Pa. Jy9-Q
FOB SALE IMPHOVED HEAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-WYLIE AVE -BEST PART OF
street short distance from Court House, two
story and mansard brick house: 9 rooms, ball,
storeroom with plate glass windows: rented to
good tenant at (720 per year: lot 23x90 to alley.
AMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE COR. FORTIETH AND MIFFLIN
sts., lot 35x101, with new 2-story building,
size 32x101 ft., that could easllv be tnrned into 7
dwelling houses of 4 rooms each, that would pay
handsomely on tbe Investment: price ft, 00; half
or all cash. THUS. MCCAFFREY, 3509 Butler st.
FOR 8ALE-6 CHOICE HOUSES ON SIDNEY
street, abqve Twenty-third, the best and
pleasantest location on the Southslde: Sidney
street being wide, newly paved and well lm-
roved; houses, to be finished by August 1st
ave pressed brick and stone ornamental fronts,
and contain eight rooms, with Dath, laundry and
every other convenience; city waUr, gas and
natural gas on each floor, and good plumbing
leading to city sewers makes dwellings first class
In every respect; Smithfleld and Carson street cars
E ass within one square; terms, ItOCO cash, with
alance navable as arranged to suit nurehaser.
Apply to BAKEWELL PHILLIPS. Dispatch
office. Fifth ave., city.
East End Residences.
-TTHJR SALE-THE PBOPERTY OF THE LATE
JP Thomas English, near Colfax'schoolhouse,
two minutes' walk from tbe new Squirrel Hill
road. MARY ENGLISH. JylO-39
FOR SALE OAKLAND AVENUE, NEAR
Forbes st., a new 8-room brick dwelling,
vestibule, halt bath, etc.. water, nat, and art.
gas. Inside shatters and w. c, laundry wltb sta
tionary tubs: electric bells, front and rear
porches, nice lawn and vard: terms reasonable.
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE 11 PER CENT INVESTMENT
14 eat 2-story mansard brick dwelling, S rooms,
lanndry. gas and water, inside shutters, complete
sewerage, good street 10 minutes Irom post
office and 1 square from Fifth ave. cable: good
tenant; pays eJUOper year rent; easy terms: must
be sold. SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth
FOR SALE-ONLY" A FEW NOW REMAIN
unsold of the very desirable eight-room dwell
ings on Oakland square. The rapidity with 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 oeautlful shade trees,
these dwellings have the notable advantage of be
ing but 15 to 20 minutes from the postoffico by tbe
Pittsburg Traction road: a cable loop, for which
an ordinance Is now in Councils, will pass within
100 feet of the square: prices JO, 500 and (6,750;
terms, moderate cash payment and long time on
balance. Apply to S.W. BLACK ft CO., 89 Fourth
FOR SALE-ON STOCKTON AVE., NEAR
Arch st.. very desirable residence property,
lot 28HX240 feet to Park way. with large dwelling.
14 rooms. W. A. HEKKON ft SON, N o. 80 Fou rtb
FOR SALE-CHEAP OBSERVATORY HILL,
near electric road, good 6-room frame bouse.
In good repair; city water, nat. gas; good cellar:
lot 33x130 feet; street front and rear; two lots if
desired; easy terms. Inquire STEVENSON'S
DRUGSTORE, 232 Arch St., Allegheny.
FOR SALE HOMEWOOD A 2-STOBr
frame dwelling ot 5 rooms, front and back
porch, good pump: this nice property only 2,500,
and on terms. BLACK ft BAIRD, 94 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE LOTS.
FORSALE CITY LOT5-10LOTSONLIBERTY
ave., between Thirty-ninth and Fortieth sts.,
Pittsburg, Pa.: low and on long time. H.
FORBES, Wheeling, W. Va. Je2S-3S
FOR SALE-CAKSON ST.. 8. S., "CORNER
Twenty-first., fine building lots, 22x120, only
St, 600 each; also on Sldnev St., corner Twenty-first
St., lots 22x100, only (2.750 eacb: terms reasonable.
SA31UEL W. BLACK ft CO.. 93 Fourth ave.
East End Lota.
FOR SALK-lt40O WILL BUY TWO VERY
fine lots on jL'arver street 20 and 22x100 feet to
20-rt. alley: sefcer paid. Apply to F. O. VAN
GOKDER, 6014 Penn avenue,EastEnd.Jc27-C7-TTS
FORSALE LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues and Lombard street Allegheny, In
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH MCNAUGHER, 43 N. Diamond St.
TTlOR SALE NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE
J a choice building lot for a borne; 60-foot
streets: no city taxes: Bank of Commerce addi
tion and Villa place plan, Brushton station. Se
cure colored pUn from JOHN F. BAXTtK. Agt.,
612 Smithfleld street Jy7-53-iiThs
TJIOK SALE A GOOD SHADYSIDE LOT
D cheap: 45x130 feet and covered with grape
vines and fruit trees: No. 1 location; convenient
to station and other city conveniences: only S3
Eer foot front: this Is a bargain. BLACK ft
AIKD, 95 Fourth ave. OA-21.) J y 10-29
FOB SALE-ON THE EASIEST TERMS AND
at prices much lower than any In the sur
rounding neighborhood, lots 40 and 60 feet front
age and 100 to 150 feet In depth. In that best or all
locations, Baum Grove. MELLON BROS.. E. E.,
r JOHN F. BAXTER, Agent M2 Smithfleld
FOR SALE-MAKION PLACE; MUST GO;
now Is your chance to buy a good lot cheap
and on easy terms: 44 lots sold in one week; third
auction sale Saturday. July 13, at 2 P. M. ; lots will
be sold to tbe highest bidder; terms to suit. For
plans and particulars call on or address REED B.
COYLE ft CO., 131 Fourth avenue. Jy9-79
FOR SALE-LOVELY BUILDING LOT. 50x200
feet Marshall avenue, near electric road; ex
cellent neighborhoods; beautirul view: large for
est trees; light taxes. MARSHALL H. RENO,
412 Grant at Jyll-N
FOR SALE WIL51EEDING LOTS IN THE
Watklns Place plan ; cheap and on easy terms.
For plans and particulars call on KBED B.
COYLE ft CO., IB Fourth ave. Telephone No
FOKSALE-5 ACRES. 10 ACRES AND 20
acres for suburban residence sites, on line of
Allegheny Valley Railroad, between Parnassus
and Valley Camp, over a half mile of railroad
front, fine groves, forest trees, full supply or pure
water, natural gas: one of tbe prettiest sections
for suburban homes on any railroad entering
either city. Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE
ft CO., 129 Fourth avenue. Pittsburg.
FOR SALE ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.-HOTELS,
boarding bouses, cottages, lots and bath
houses to let or ror sale by I. G. ADAMS ft CO.,
real estate agents, R. Est. ft Law Bdg., Atlantic
City. N. J. Je20-3-D
TTHIR SALE-THREE TRACTS OF FINE
Jj mineral and timber' land on and near the C.
ft O. B. R., In Virginia: the best of iron ore and
timber: tract No. I 30,000, No. 2 4,100, No.l 24.0U)
acres; price $4 SOper acre: also. 6,000 selected pop
lar and white oak trees that will average l,20Qreet
each, near railroad, S3 75 per tree. J. B. BRIS
TOB.Surtlnsburg, V. Va, JybMa
FOB BATE LOTS.
T7OR SALE FARM 156 ACRES-2-STOBY T.
JD house, 7 rooms, well finished: 2 large bank
barns; every Improvement required on first-class
farm; line orchard, large vineyard, springs, coal
and gas; near station. ED. W1TT1SH, 410 Grant
St., Pittsburg, Pa. Jy-P
IOR BALE THREE GOOD FARMS. 18, 55
and 70 irrfi rcsnectlvtlv: 1 miles from
Hamiarvllle, W. P. ft- R.. 12 miles from Alle
gheny City: all well Improved; good buildings,
nrH.arrl. etr terms to suit. JOSEPH BAR
TON. Harmaiville, Pa.: W. J. BARTON. No. I
Wylle ave. Jy7-16
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
-rjKR SALE-GOOD SHOE STORE-123 TAG
Jj GART ST., Pleasant Valley, opposite car
stables, Allegheny City, Pa. JylO-26
FOR SALE-3 BARBERS' CHAIRS AN D LOOK
ING glasses; good as new. Apply at 2G2
SPRING GARDEN AVE., Allegheny. Jyll-OS
TJKJR SALE-HARNESS SHOP. STOCK. FIX
X! TUBES, lease: first-class city and country
trade. Address HARNESS, Dispatch office.
FOR SALE-STOCK. AND FIXTURES OF
grocery store, doing good business, in good
locality: also horse and wagon. Address STOKE,
Dispatch office. Jyll-3
IOR SALE-TWENTY-FIVE GALLON'MILK
route, horse and wagon, cans, churn, har
ness, etc; will sell reasonable. Apply at 77
CHARLES ST., Allegheny. ysttl-TT
OR SALE-nAZKLWOOO BARBER SHOP,
clearlnsr from HQOtoSllOamonth: noonnosl-
tlon: furnished first class; owner going West.
Address or inquire at A. C. bCUNEIDER'S,
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN A GOOD PAY
ING drygoods store In Beaver Falls: cen
trally located: reason for selling, other bnsluess.
For further particulars address W. L. WOODS,
1018 Seventh avenue. Beaver Falls, Pa. Jyll-1
FOR SALE A FIRST-CLASS DRUGSTORE AT
Murrysvllle, Pa.: the only one in tbe town;
a large country trade: well established and doing
a large prescription business. For full informa
tion address W. L. STEWART, Murrysvllle. Pa.,
Box 42. JylO-40
FOR SALE-FURNITURE, LICENSE, GOOD
wlll, bar fixtures and leasehold for 4 yean at
(50 per month of a hotel In Youngstown. O., of 20
rooms, doing a good bustness: reasons for selling,
ill health: price. (2,000 for all. If sold at once.
THUS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave., Pittsburg.
T7IOR SALE AN OLD ESTABLISHED GRO
JJ CERY business In oneot the thoroughfares In
Allegheny; tbe business Is In fnll running condi
tion and maWlng money; bad health the only
reason for selling; this Is an old stand and Is a
first class opening: the stock Is nice and clean and
all saleable. Parttcnlars confidentially from JAS.
W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
T7tt)R SALE-iOO GROCERY. DRYGOODS.
Jj drug, china and notion stores: light manu
facturing business, paying well; feed store, ex
tenstve and profitable bakery, ice cream and con
fectionery business; cigar stores and confection
ery stores, all sizes and prices; fine restaurantand
dining rooms, printing office, butcher shop, milk
depots, upholstery business, shoe stored, etc.
Free particulars. SHEPARD ft CO., 54 Fifth ave.
T7H)R SALE MANUFACTURING SITE
J? River avenue, Allegheny, between P. ft W.
and W. P. R. K., opposite new Thirtieth street
bridge; lot 250x125; one of the best locations for
manufacturing purposes in the two cities. If not
sold this property will be offered at public sale
Monday. July 15, at 10 o'clock. For particulars
call on or address JOHN J, HO WLEY, 127 Fourth
FOB SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
nones. Vehicles. Live Stock. fcc
-rrnmsALE-TWiiGooD buggy noRSEs on
X1 account of extended absence In Europe party
wishes to sell one thoroughbred roadster, dark soi
rel. 15 hands 2 Inches, perfectly sound and con
siderable speed: also, one fine bay family horse;
both fine looking and excellent drivers. Apply
ROG31 307, Penn Building. Jyll-3
FOR SALE-ONE FAMILY BAROUCHE, IN
good order, worth (150, will be sold for (100;
also one pbeaton buggy in good order: also one
small pony, cart and harness, to be sold at a bar
gain; he is quiet and children can drive blm; one
sorrel horse 16 bands high, and racks under sad
dle and good worker: he Is worth (300. but be
scares at cable ears and tbe owner will take (150.
Any person In need of the above articles will call
Immediately, as owner Is leaving city. Inquire of
A. JACKMAN ft SON, 530 to 536 Penn ave.
Machinery ana Metals.
FOR SALE-A VERY FINE FOUE-HORSE
power engine and boiler as good as new;
cost 1275: will be sold at a bargain. Address
ENGINE, Dispatch office. Jyll-39
FIR SALE-ONE SECOND-HAND TURN1NO
machine, 2surfacers and 1 shaper, and new
and second-band engines and boilers, lard ket
tles, tar tanks. Sti'men valves, castings, etc.
VELTE ft MCDONALD, Thirty-second st and
Penn ave. Jy2-91-TT8
PERSONAL-THOMAS POWELL, FRANCE,
business affairs about arranged; relatives
and friends beseech you to write. Jy9-58-TT8
PERSONAL BOOKS! BOOKSI BOOKS!
New and old. ancient and modern, standard
and rare, legal, medical and scler.tlfic30,300 vol
umns to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE,
900 Liberty st, my3-28
PERSONAL-WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIFE,
mother or daughters in repairing and clean
lug your old clothes, when it can be donefora
trifle by DICKsON, the Tailor, cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood st,. second floor? Charges moderate:
facilities unsurpassed: suits made to order: spring
styles now ready, leleohone 1558. mh9
POUND-ON WILK1NS AVE.. EAST END. A
pocketbook containing valuables; owner can
have by proving property aud paying for this
notice at tu9 Woodst. Jyll-98
AUCTION BALE FRIDAY MORNING.
July 12, at 10 o'clock, at the rooms. No. 311
Market st Chamber snlts in all grades and
qualities, in plushes, tapestries, silks, reps,
brocatelle and bair cloth bed lounges, folding
beds, cribs, cots, bedsteads, chamber suits,
chiffoniers, wardrobes, bureaus, washs'ands,
looking glasses, cabinets, lamps, clocks, bed
ding, stoves, refrigerators, coolers, rugs, cur
tains, toilet ware, tea and dinner sets. linoleum,
Brussels and ingrain carpets, willow rockers,
hall racks, bookcases, 2 office safes, desks,
chairs, center tables, sideboards, buffet sew
ing baskets, pictures, mattresses, springs, no
tions, groceries, Turkish carpet cost 2163; solid
mahogany sideboard, costESO: extension tables,
china closets, pillows and bolsters, window
shades, eta, etc.etc HENRY AUCTION CO.,
LIM.. Auctioneers. jyll-31
PEREMPTORY AUCTION SALE OP
furniture, carpets, pianos; school furniture
and household goods at the Select School and
residence of Miss Fuller. No. 35 Stockton ave.,
Allegheny. THURSDAY MORNINU. July 11.
at 10 o'clock. The entire fumishmentembractng
two superior rosewood pianof ortcs.one upright,
the other square grand, both first-class instru
ments in excellent condition, parlor furniture,
L e., suit and odd piece?, sofa, easy chairs,
tables, pictures, easels,music cabinets, portiers,
cornices and lambrequins, chamber furniture,
folding bedsteads with mirror front bureaus,
dressing cases, wardrobes, bedsteads, wash
stands, toilet sets, mattresses, springs and bed
ding, lounges, very haudsome three-section
bookcase, extension table, china, glass, crock
ery and silverware, lanndry and kitchen uten
sils, tine large refrigerator, water filter, su
perior body brussels and other carpets and lino
leums, etc., etc All the above goods are first
class and in prime order. House open for
inspection at S o'clock on morning of sale.
Every article to be sold without reserve for
cash. Owner leaving for Europe.
HENRY AUCTION CO., LIM., Auctioneers.
Manufacturers a Merchants Ins. Co., )
Office. 417 Wood street
Pittsburg, Pa, July 9. 1889. )
DIVIDEND THE BOARD OF DIRECT
ORS of this company have this day de
clared a dividend of (1 60 PKR SHARE, pay
able on demand, WM. T. ADAIR,
Tre Ben Frankxin Insurance Co., )
Of the City or Allegheny, Pa,
Alleoueny, July 10, 1889. )
DIVIDEND-THE DIRECTORS OF THIS
companv have this day declared a dlvl
dend of THREE PER CENT (SI 60 per share),
payable on demand. WM. A. FORD,
Office of Pittsburg Traction Co., 1
N o. 310 Fifth avenue.
BIVIDEND THE DIRECTORS OF THIS
company have declared a dividend of
E DOLLAR per share ont of the earnings
of tbe past six months, payable July 15. at Alle
gheny National Bank. Transfer books will be
closed from July 12 to 15, inclusive. W. Mc
CANDLESS, Treasurer. Jyl036-D
Union Bridge Company, J
Pittsburg, Jnly 2, 18S9.
mHE DIRECTORS OF THIS COMPANY
I have this day declared a dividend of TWO
PER CENT, payable on and after July 10, 1SS9,
at Iron City National Bank.
jylO-64 JOSEPH FORD, Secretary.
Office Western Insurance Co- J
Pittsburg, J uly 9, 1E89. (
DIVIDEND NO. 74-THE BOARD OF DI
RECTORS have this day declared a divi
dend of THREE PER CENT or ONE DOL
LAR AND FIFTY CENTS upon each share of
the capital stock. Pavablo on and after the
11th inst WM. P. HERBERT, Secretary.
The Teutonia Insurance company, )
No. 200 Ohio street,
AlXSGIIENY, PA., July 3. 1SS9. )
DIVIDEND NO. -THE DIRECTORS OF
this company have tbl dav declared a
dividend of FOUR PER CENT (f2per share)
out of the earnings of the past six months,
payable on demand.
CHA& W. GERWIG.
. Jj7-M . Secretary.
Allegheny Residences. m
mo LET NO. 10 MARKET STREET, ALL&
JL GHENY, new brick house of S rooms, bait
water In house: rent 120 per month, W. A. HER.
RON ft SONS. 80 Fourth ave. Jy9-59-TT
T LET-MAGNOLIA ST.. NEAR SFZNCB
st, Allegheny, new brick bouse of S rooms,
water In bouse, inside w. c. ; rent til per month.
W. A. HEBRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
TO LET VERYDESIRABLESECOND-STORT
front room, well furnished, with board. Ap
ply at N o. 94J Penn ave. JyH-
Offices. Dek Room. iJfcc
mO LET-WELL LIGHTED OFFICE. NEWLT
JL painted: elevator, janitor service auu at
modern conveniences. Apply to GERMAN1A 1
SAl'tNIIKKHK WnflrpL 1C2S-C8-D '
TO LET-OFFICE ROOMS OR SUITES FOR
general business purposes In the new DIS
PATCH BUILDING. 7 77 and 79 Diamond st.t-.
situation most central in the city: eleetilc light
included in rents, which are moderate. Apply
between 11 A. M. and 5 P. M. Je27-A
TO LET-PESN BUILDING. PENN AVE..
near Seventh st., offices single or en suite.
In this elegant 8-story building: 2 Crane elevators,
beat and janitor services; rents exceptionally
low; floor plans at our ofilce: we have also de
sirable offices in other good buildings. SAMUEL
W. BLACK ft CO.. 99 Fourth ave. Je29-3S-D
rPO LET-BOARDING HOUSE IS ROOMS; EX
1 CELLENT location. 121 WEBSTER AVE
Pittsburg, Pa, June 27. 18S9.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
reports of Viewers on the opening of.
Charles street from Center avenue to Ruch
street; Klrkpatrick street, from Center avenue)
to Reed street and John street from, Mahon
street to Soho street have been approved by
Councils, which action will be final, unless aa
appeal is filed In the Court of Common Plea
within ten (10) days from data.
E. M. BIGELOW,
je30S3-D Chief of Depr. of PubUc Works.
Pittsburg, Pa June 27. 1889.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
reports of Viewers on the construction of
sewers on Lang street, from Penn avenue to
Kelley street; Meadow street from Lincoln
avenne to Larimer avenne; Bond and Sheridan
streets,! rom Hiland avenue to Hoeveler street,
and Negley avenne and Roup street from
Hampton street to Two Mile Run sewer, havo
been approved by Councils, which action
will be final, unless an appeal is filed in the
Court of Common Pleas within ten (10) days
from date. E. M. BIGELOW.
je0O82-D Chief of Dept of Public Works.
Office of Controller or )
ALLEGHENY COUNTY. PA. V
Pittsburg, July 8, 1S89. ) j
"VTOTICE TO PRINTERS. BINDERS AND '
LM stationers Sealed proposals will bo re
ceived at this ofilce until 4 o'clock r. Jt,
Friday, July 12, lo9, for the binding and fur
nishing 183 assessors' blotters.
145 office duplicates.
110 school duplicates.
115 treasurers' or collectors' books containing
75.000 leaves more or less.
200 stenographers' books.
Also, for printing and furnishing blanks for ,
county offices for the ensuing year.
Also for furnishing stationery for the use of
county offices for the ensuing year.
Samples of books: blanks and stationery, and
all information rusting to same can be ob
tained at the office '.f the Countv Commis
jy8-32 Connty Controller.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED
proposals will be received at the office of
City Controller until WEDNESDAY, the 17th
day of July, A.D. 18S9. at 2 p. st, lor the fol
Forbes street from Brady street to Boyd
Cherry alley, from Third avenue to Water
State alley, from Wjlie avenue to Fifth
Scott alley, from Penn avenue to Duquesua
Church alley, from Sixth avenuo to Straw,
Slocnm alley, from Penn avenue to Liberty
Strawberry alley, from Smithfleld street to.
PAVING AND CURBING.
Corday alley, from Pearl street to Cedar
The paving of the above street and alleys to
he either of Standard Sheet Asphalt with"
bituminous base or Vulcanite Asphalt
Keystone street, from Fifty-fourth street to"
Fit ty-dftb street
PAVING AND CURBING. ,
Keystone street from Stanton avenue to
GRADING AND PAVING.
Dresden alley, from Fifty-second street to
Dresden alley, from Stanton avenue to Fifty
GRADING, PAVING AND CURBING. .
Sonth Twenty-eighth street from East Car
son street to Jane street
Mawhlnney street from south side of Forbes)
street to a point 67 feet more or less, south
Allen street from Lillian street to Washing
Larkins alley, from South Twenty-fourth;
street to South Twenty-fifth street
The paving of the above named streets and
alleys to be either of Standard Sheet Asphalt
with bituminous base. Vulcanite Asphalt
Block Stone, Irregular Block Stone or Cobble)
Stone, and bids will be received for each kind
Miller street from Center avenue to Reed
street; 15-Inch pipe.
Twenty-second? street from south side of
Railroad street to Allegheny riven IS-lnctx
Through and over private properties of
Margaret Hardie et al. and crossing Brooks.
Bates and Zulema streets, from Ward street
to a connection with Cunliff e run sewer; 13-inch
Harcum's alley, from Sonth Twenty-third
street to south Twenty-fourth street; 15-inca
Fox street from South Twenty-fourta
street to South Twenty-third street; 15-inca
Wallingford street from Bidwell street to
Ttartrm Ktrppt" 1.1-lnrh ntnp
Penn avenue and Braddock avenue, front;
Linden avenne to Susquehanna streetria, io,,
20 and 21-inch nine.
Plans and specifications can be seen and t
Dianksior Diaaing can do obtained at ims.
Each proposal must be accompanied by a
bond probated before the Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves the) .
right to reject any or all bids.
E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
OHIO COUNTY BONDSNOTICE IS '
hereby given that the Board of Commis
sioners ot the county of Ohio, State of West
Virginia, will offer for sale 1200.000 4K per cent
ten-thirty bonds, dated July I, ISsy. interest
Eayabie annually July 1. 50,000 of which will
o delivered July 15, lSii), $50,000 October 1,
1SS9, S5O.00O December 1, 188), and $50,000 Feb :
ruary 1, 1S90. accrued interest to be added.
Sealed bids for said bonds will be received (In-'
dorsed "Proposals for Bonds") at the office ot
the Board ot Commissioners of tbe county ot
Ohio until MONDAY, July 15. 1S8V. at 1
o'clock A. 3f. No bids will be received at leas
than par. The right is reerved to reject any
or all bids. P. B. DOBBINS. President
CHARLES C WOODS. Clerk.
Of all kinds of wearing anoareL such as dresess.
tea gowns and wrappers. Also Turkish, Mad- J
ras ana poruer cutMiiu, lauiuruuuius, muib
covers, mantel scarfs, tidies and all other t ex-.,
tsrvrrr Avvrwniz twe rxfmtva ".
o. . " -" , j
M. MAY SONS & Co. '
66 SIXTH AVE.
Goods called for and delivered. jell-TTS
Tho Specialist of 47 Ohio street Allegheny,?
defies competition in tbe cure of all chrome
troubles. Ho does not point to fictitious tes-J
COME AND SEE THE ORIGINALS. '3
At his office, uf vour neighbors who have beeal
cured In Pittsburg and Allegheny. Consulta-g
tion iree. jezx -
Bl AND S3 FIFTH AVENUE.
Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-7-B
p A.BALPB, '
11 Seventh avenue.
Pittsburg. Pa, .
Telephone 131. se5-n60-rrsj
Ciocks. jewelry, silverware. Fine watehvaa4"
ciocK repairing a specialty. va
wixson. a fourth: avenue.: J
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