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TIE MUSIC WOELD."
Organization of the Pennsylvania
"Music Teachers' Association.
A BRANCH OP THE NATIONAL BODT
Pittsfcnrg's Kepntation as a Musical Cen
WHAT OUE LOCAL MDSICIAXS AEE DOIKG
The organization of the Pennsylvania
Music Teachers' Association, which oc
curred at Philadelphia on Friday, the fith
inst,, is for this city the most important re
sult ol the first meeting held by the Nation
al Association within the Keystone State.
Such a step has for some time been in con
templation by some of the leading teachers
of the State. Our own Mr. Jos. H. Git
tings broached the matter in a letter to
President H ath, of the M. T. If. A., last
year, but it was prudently decided to wait
for the Philadelphia meeting of the general
body as furnishing the best conditions for
starting the branch in this State.
As Vice President of the M. T. 2f. A. for
Pennsylvania, Mr. Gittings took the initia
tive again this year, and got together a
score or more of Pennsylvanians attending
the larger meeting, who organized by electing
the following officers for the coming jear:
President, William Wolselfer; Philadelphia;
Vice President, Joseph H. Gittings, Pittsburg;
becretary, Henry Q. Thunder, Philadelphia;
Treasurer. Fred. S. Law. Philadelphia; Execu
tive Committee, C. A. Hartnian, Philadelphia,
Ad. SI. Foerster and Chas. Davis Carter, Pitts
burg: Programme Committee. Charles IL Jar
vis S. Behrens, and Dr. Aaron Taylor, Phila
delphia. While one might wonder if there
were no music teachers present from other
places than the two largest cities, the names
on this list of officers are of reputation more
than sufficient to guarantee the character and
stability of the organization.
For the firt regular meeting of the new
bodv, the Executive Committee was directed
to choose the most suitable days of the next
Chmtraas holidajs. It is the expectation that
after Its Detroit meeting next Jnlv, the Na
tional Association Mill assemble only once
every two years, leaving one year entirely
vacant for the State Asociations a plan that
will farther the best Interests of both, y divid
ing the work and lessening the expense.
The Pennsylvania Association starts out
with the membership fee at the very modest
figure of $1. payment of which entitles any
music teacher to active membership; the same
payment by one not a music teacher entitles
him to attend the public meetings for essays,
discussions and musical performance without
right to vote or hold omre. etc. No especial
plan was formulated for hiring the costly but
all imnortant orchestra, to tiav which has
caused such difficulty in the National Associa
tion, even when it levied an initiation lee of S3
and annual dues ol I- Desmes. rnisvexeu
question will be one of the first hard nuts to
be cracked by the new organization when it
gets fairly on its feet.
Thns far only a bare outline of the Christmas
tide meeting has been decided upon: there will
be an evening of banqueting or other Incentive
to sociability and acquaintane making, and the
two iollowingdajs and evenings will be divided
up into meetincs for business, elections, dis
cussions, essays and concerts.
The benefits to be derived from such organ
ized activity among music teachers are self
evident. In no other department of education
is there a nmreplentilul lack of systematic,
scientific methods of instruction; jet, in no
other department is there a greater prevalence
of telf-satlsfied isolation, of jealous reluctance
to learn anything from fellow teachers. It
cannot fail to do much good to the music
teacher, ot all persons, to get together with his
professional comrades (no longer merely com
petitors) to cninuare notes, to exchange ex
iierience and ideas and, generally, to get out of
liinself and into the broad field of true art
Sir. George H. Wilson's "Muslral Year-Book
of the United State," (Vol. VI.: season of
ISSS-S). puts in its cheery reminder that, if we
are not alreadi a musical folk, we are taking
several steps in that direction each year. The
general features of the present volume are
xnneh the same as in its nredeeessors. The
omission of the wonted article giving a bird's-eye-view
of the country's musical progres for
cue year, is missen; out it win uououess gain in
point and value by coming only once every tno
or three years. As against this omi'sion. the
Jiaragraphs and tables of general information
lave been given a greater scone that increases
the usefulness of the work in its own particular
Sir. Wilson's little book does not undertake
to give comment or criticism (by the way, how
characteristic of the genial author is his
pleasant reference to Mr. Krehbiel's New York
recoru. wblcb does); it is simply a classified
chronicle or such public musical happenings
throughout the country as are compatible with
a high standard, noting particularly first per-1
formances for the locality or for the country,
new works in the larger forms for the world at
large, new American compositions performed
at home and abroad, etc As a thoroughly re
liable chronicle of such matters, this little
volume is entirely sni ceneris and should be on
every music-lovers table.
f The Pittsburg record includes the Slozart
(Club concerts, the Slay Festival, the Nevin
ISiaigille recitals and Sir. George Knssell
(Craig's concerto concerts. The Slay Festival
(apparently came too late for complete revision
lot the proofs containing its features; the name
JofSIaxAlvarv (whii was not here) anpears in
htaad of Paul Kalisch, and Chopin's E-flat con
certo is assigned to SlissAusoer Ohein placo
of Liszt's in the same key. Pittsbargers will
also be interested in the increased frequency
with which the familiar names of Foerster.
Kevin. Nicholl and Better appear among the
composers throughout the book.
Sir. Wilson, bv the way, sails by the Anrania
this week for Europe and Bavreuth. Readers
of The Dispatch may bave the pleasurable
Anticipation of soon scanning a few letters from
bus piquant pen on the Wagner Festival and
tner topics nicety to tail unuer tne observation
f a musical pilgrim.
Crotchets and Quaver.
Etelka Gerstek was engaged to sing
three nights in June at Kroll's Garden, in Ber
lin, opening June 21, as Lucia.
SIR. Charles Davis Carter spends about
three days a week at the Lutheran Female
beminary, in Greensburg, giving vocal instruc
tion to a sizablcsummer normal class.
The short engagement of Slarcella Sem
bnch at Paris closed with Rossini's "Barbier."
The enthusiasm was great, as Sembrich sang
the role of Rosme very effectively.
Gwendoline" is the name of an opera
that has attained success at Carlsruhe, Baden,
before a critical audience. It is composed by
a French pro-Wagnerian Chabrier and is ex
ceedingly modern in character.
Dr. J. S. Walters has lately become the
proud possessor of a costly violoncello, which
looks old and ugly enough, and sounds big and
sweet enough to be considered an exceptional
Instrument, though its exact pedigree is not
Mr. Wilson- G. Smith and Sfr.JobannB.
Beck, the well known Cleveland composers,
stopped over for a few days last week, on their
way from the SI. T. N. A. meeting, to visit Sir
Ad SI. Foerster. Sir. Beck has gone up to
Uniontown over Sunday, and will return for a
few days more with his Pittsburg friends.
How strange it will seem to speak of the
Frohsinn Verein without including Mr. Franz
Lohmann. its successful conductor for mora
than a score of years! Mr. Lobmann's resigna
tion leaves a vacancy that it will be exceedingly
hard to fill permanently. Sir. Ad SI. Foerster
has stepped into the breach for the time being.
The first of the Wagner operas to be sung in
the Hungarian language during the Wagner
telus at Buda-Pest is"Tristan nnd Isolde;"the
second. "The Slelsterslnger.' Buda-Pest will
be tho first city in which the Wagner series
will be given in a language other than German,
says the .Ututcal Courier a fact which is the
more strange is Wagner so strenuously Insisted
npon having the audience understand the
words of his rarely poetical libretti.
Some discussion may be heard among such
musical folk as are left in town and still able
to talk, as to the change in the Slozart Club's
association membership privileges: Will the
two seats each for the five concerts prove more
effective in capturing the coy ten-dollar bill
than did the four seats each for three concerts?
Most people think the new distribution the
better, especially since it is expressly coupled
with the plan of having the Boston Symphony
Orchestra, or one similar, for the final concert.
That final concert of the Slonongahela
Choral Club, of Monongabela City, seems to
have stirred the music-loving people of "Haz
mrdville" profoundly. A good hundred of
-.hem bave rallied as associate members around
.he 60 chorus singers and formed an orgaulza
;ion which now stands musically, socially and
Inancially on a firm footing. The club at its
ast rehearsal presented their director. Mr.
Jbas. Davis Carter, of Pittsburg, with a hand
sale gold watch suitably engraved.
Tama a no, the tenor, 'made bis first appear
nee in England July 5 at the Lyceum as Otello.
laurel took tne part of Iago, Cataneo that of
iudtmona, and Parol! was Cento. This was
the first performance of this" opera la England.
Tamagno has a voice of astounding propor
tions, powerful In all registers. He made a
tremendous effect in the speech "Otello's occu
pation's gone." He played the last act with a
passionate intensity which carried the house
by storm, Maurel Is a great artist. His lago
was a superb piece of acting and finished sing
ing. The production was a decided success.
What is the matter with those free concerts
In the Allegheny ParksT Surely the public
spirited citizens and business men are notgoing
to letthat pretty pavilion decay in disuse. If
such subscriptions as were given in past sea
sons cannot be obtained, why not arrange
benches around the pavilion and charge a
nickel or so for everybody who wants to sit
down, leaving the mass of the people to stand
free as they alwavs have done? Surely some
scheme of tbis nature would be feasible. Such
charges for seats are almost universal in public
park, cathedrals, etc, across the water,
especially when anything is going on to draw a
50METHL1G OP A CHANGE.
A New Plan for Redeeming Torn Legal
Washington. July 13. The United
States Treasurer has ordered that in the
future the redemption of legal tender- noles
by the Treasury Department shall be made
on the basis of the three-firths rule in vogue
in the redemption of national bank notes.
Heretofore the former were redeemed on the
basis of the tenths, that is, a mutilation
was not redeemed nt a value proportionate
to the part presented, counting in tenths.
Under the three-fifths rule if that part of
a note is presented it Is redeemed at its full
iace value, but if less than three-fifths is
banded in, nothing is paid unless an affi
davit is filed, together with evidence to sup
port veracity that the missing portion of the
note has been destroyed. Thus under this
rule the person presenting the note gets all
or nothing, instead of a proportionate num
ber of tenths of the full value.
HOT A PUBLIC TRUST.
A Deputy Postmaster Who Gobbled Part
of the Government Funds.
"Watebtown. N. Y., July 13. Post-J
office Inspector Batchellor has inspected the
postoffice in this city and discovered a
shortage of over $600 inTJeputy Postmaster
Charles P. Quencer's accounts. To-day
Quencer voluntarily disclosed further small
deficiencies. His bondsmen have paid the
deficiency, and Quencer has given bonds to
appear in the United States Court in Sep
tember. Movement of Onr Navy In tbe Pacific
San Feas Cisco, July 13. The United
States man-of-war Adams arrived at Hono
lulu July 4, and it is supposed she will pro
ceed to Samoa as soon as possible. When
the Umatilla sailed from Honolulu July 5,
the United States steamer Alert was stilTm
harbor, loading with coal, preparatory to
her departure for Fanning Island to the re
lief of the Kipsic
Two Hundred Poisoned br lee Cream.
tErXCIAt, TELEGRAM TO THB DlSrATCH.1
Seelet's Bat, Ont., July 13. Over
200 persons were poisoned here to-day at a
church picnic by eating ice cream which
had been kept in zinc freezers several hours.
There have be'en no deaths yet, but many
are in a serious condition. An analysis of
the cream showed the presence of lactate
Size of tbe New Ships.
Washington, July 13. At the Navy
Department it has been decided that the
general dimensions of the two new 3,000
ton cruisers, for which proposals have been
opened, will be: Length, 257 feet; breadth,
37 feet; depth, 19 feet 7 inches.
Deaths Caused by Hot Weather.
New York, July 13. The hot weather
has made the death rate for tbe past week
the heaviest of the year, aggregating 1,187,
against 956 for the previous week. Almost
the entire increase was in children under 5
At St. Augustine.
Sir. Sollinger (referring to the old fort)
You may prefer the modern ones, Bob, but
as for me, give me these ancient beauties.
Miss Odium (snappishly) If you'll per
mit me, Mr. Sollinger, I think I'll go back
to the hotel aloue. Judge.
Lake C'bnnlnnqnn nnd Return via Allegheny
Valley B. H.
Bach Tuesday and Saturday during July
and August. Pare only five dollars ($5 00);
good 15 days returning. Trains leave Union
station at 8:45 a. M., with Pullman buffet
parlor cars attached, and 8.50 P. M., with
Pullman palace sleeping cars attached. The
great summer university (Chautauqua As
sembly) now in session.
Coleman's Flag Brand,
G. W. S. Flag Brand,
By the case or bottle.
G. W. Schmidt,
. 95 and 97 Fifth avenue, city.
FOB. THE HOT WEATHER.
Are Ton Wasting Time
Are you using Marvin's pnre rye bread?
If not, you are missing one ot the most de
lightful things of this life. Don't waste
any more valuable time. Get a few loaves
from your grocer and try them. You will
never regret it. txssu
Excursion to Atlantic City
Via the B. & O. B, B., next Thursday,
July 18. Bate $10 for the round trip;
tickets good for 10 days; good to stopeffat
Washington City returning. Train ot
Eastlake coaches and Pullman palace cars
will leave depot at 8 A. M. and 9:20 p. 21.
Cabinet photos 89c per dozen for one
week only; oring the family at once. Lies'
popular gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st.
$5 to Lake Chautauqua and return, on
Tuesdays and Saturdays, via the P. & L. E.
K, B. Trains leave at 8a.il and 4:10 r.
M. Pullman service.
The 1 P. M. train on the Pennsylvania
B. K. makes close connections for Beaford
Get a suit of English serge, blue, black or
gray, at Pitcairn's, 434 Wood street.
Iron City Beer.
This delicious summer beverage, brewed
by Frauenheim & Vilsack, is undoubtedly
the best in the market. It is purr, whole
some and nutritious. ttssu
Childbed's cabinet photos $1 per dozen,
at Aufrecht's Elite gallery, 816 Market st,
Pittsburg. Use elevator.
ONE DAY OF HIS LIFE.
How the Eldest Son of Queen Victoria
Whiles Away the Time.
HIS HORROR OP C0RP17LEHCY.
He Can Dress More Rapidly Than Any
Other Han in the JLinjdonL
THE COEEESPOKDENCE OP A PE1NCE
toonnzsroxDExci of the dispatch.:
London, July 2. The heir to the throne
of Great Britain was waked at 8 o'clock.
That is his custom. On this occasion tbe
usual black fog obscured the windows of
Marlborough House, and exerted its de
pressing influence upon the most exalted as
well as the humblest of the residents of
Londpn. The Prince sat up in bedand
yawned prodigiously, while a servant
placed a small tray on his lap, and, re
tiring obsequiously, busied himself with
the bath in an adjoining room. His Royal
Highness drank his cup of coffee slowly,and
continued to blink at the black fog without.
He was bald to a very pronounced de
gree. Indeed, few men are more destitute
of the customary thatch. The whole upper
portion of his head, almost down to his ears,
was a polished, shining pate, which
rivaled in white brilliancy the surface of a
newly-polished billiard ball. ' The delicate
tracery of hair which the artists of the
illustrated papers usually place on the top
of the Prince's head is a pure gratuitous
compliment. His beard was of sandy color,
heavily streaked with gray. His face was
colorless. He looted CO or 60 years of age.
While one of his valets, attended to the
bath, which had to be warmed to a tempera
ture ot exactly 72, another laid out the
Prince's clothes. It is a particular fad of
His Highness that he can dress more rapidly
than any man in the kingdom. Even
princes have foibles, and this is one ot the
most innocent of those which distinguish
Albert Edward. The pervading horror of
his life is his increasing corpulencv. Hence
he takes two baths a day, and rubs himself
briskly and violently with coarse towels, so
as to keep down the lat.
THE BOYAL BREAKFAST.
Shortly before 9 o'clock the Prince en
tered his own breakfast room, on the second
floor of the Marlborough House, and stood
with his back to the grate fire, carelessly
scanning the Times. He runs over three or
lour papers in the morning, as a matter of
form, but he depends very greatly upon his
friends f. r giving him the news.
Two of these friends had already dropped
in to see him, in the persons of Sir George
Chetwynd and Lord Arlington. Though
neither of them are particularly tall men
they towered above the little Prince like
giants. The heir to the throne wore a smart
looking coat of the cutaway fashion, trousers
of a small black and white check, varnished
boots, a very high collar, a white stock and
dark waistcoat. He listened with apparent
superficial interest to the talk between Chet
wynd and Lord Arlington about the Aus
tralian horse Bingmaster, which had startled
the race-going public the day betore by his
run in the Two Thousand Guineas, and con
tinued to glance up and down the papers.
At exactly 9 o'clock be sat down to break
fast. The others were not invited to join
him. The Prince began to talk at once
about his arrangements for the shooting sea
son, and the talk was nearly all of a sport
ing nature during breakfast. He lighted a
cigarette toward the end of the meal, and re
ceived half a dozen other visitors before 10
o'clock, ihey were all men, and tbe etiquette
of royalty was entirely suspended. Tbe names
of the visitors were brought qnietly to the
Prince by a butler, and they were admitted by
a nod of the bead, or denied by an almost Im
perceptible motion of the eyebrows. They all
belonged to the prince's personal set, and they
drifted In without ceremony after the first pro
found bow at the door of tbe breakfast room.
A PUNCTUAL PRINCE.
Tbe punctuality of the Prince of Wales has
grown almost into a proverb. He is never
behind time, and he Is about tbe only member
of any of the royal families of Europe who
does not keep a special train waiting for hours
after he has ordered it. At 10 o'clock he
walked into the library with a fresh cigarette
in his hand, and talked half an hour with tbe
secretaries who attend to tbe vast correspond
ence of tne Prince. Only a small portion of
the letters were submitted to His Royal High
ness. Tbe others, wbich were. In a large meas
ure, petitions, cifts or invitations of a semi
social kind, were attended to without the
Prince's knowledge. While His Royal High
ness was looking over one or two letters of
special importance, the Hon. Harry Tyrwhltt
Wilson, who is the favorite equerry of the
Prince, and who nlwira aArnmTuntM him nn
his continental tours, hurried In and began an
excited talk about a fox terrier which was just
then tbe property of Lord Arthur Somerset,
and which Colonel Tyrwhltt-Wilson was very
anxious to get for the Prince. It transpired
that tbe Prince was anxious to get it for a
certain sprightly and beautiful somebody else,
but Lord Arthur Somerset was inclined to
hold on to his prize winner stubbornly. The
thine was to cet the dog secretly and quietly.
All tbe details ot tbe correspondence were
thrust aside, while tbe discussion went on con
cerning tho fox terrier. Colonel Tyrwhitt-
wnson taiKea witn tne utmost ansorDtion and
without much ceremony. Perhaps his useful
ness to tbe prince in his continental tonrs had
something to do with bis ease lutbepresenceof
his future sovereign.
He left tbe room by one door as the Prince of
Wales strode out by another and went back to
his dressing room to select tome wedding pres
ents for the daughters of several peers of tbe
realm, who were shortly to be married. Tbe
presents bad been spread out artistically, and
His Highness plckea tbem put with a wave of
the forefinger, and told his secretary for whom
each gltt was intended. Tbis duty over, he
drew on his cloves, put on his hat, and, de
scending to the Pall Mall entrance ot Marl
borough House, stepped into tbe heavy family
carriage, which he uses on civic visits, and
drove over toward Kensington Oval.
The Dnke of Beaufort, who is a staunch old
ally of the Prince's, was waiting beside the
carriage. He drove with the Prince to the
cricket grounds. Tbe old Duke's spare figure
was held upright by stiff stays, and his face
displayed tbe amiability of a beau of the last
centnry, despite its hundreds of wrinkles, and
tbe marks left by a life of extraordinary dl3si
patlon. The occasion was a game for tbe
championship between thegentlemen amateurs
of Great Britain and tbe professionals. Both
of the elevens stopped playing to cheer tbe
Prince when be appeared at the window of the
clubhouse. Then the game went on.
The Prince and tbe Dnke sat side by side,
with their bats tilted over their eyes, and
their feet on tho w.ndow sill. The President
of the clnb and a half dozen officers hovered
arourd the chairs of the two distinguished
visitors, bnt they were chatting together in a
low tone about the game and paid no attention
to their hosts. At 12 o'clock precisely. His
Royal Highness rose, and, bidding tbe Duke re
main where be was, descended tbe stairs
rapidly to the main ground. Though tb,e
move was quietly made, he found nearly a
1,000 people waiting around his carriage and,
as be passed through tbe lane which the
police made for him, be bowed politely to a
feeble cheer. The footman slammed the door
of the carriage, climbed up to the box seat and
tbe Prince was driven rapidly to tbe stufiio of
one of tbe most distinguished portrait painters
In Great B.-itlan.
The tenants of the Prince's country seat had
subscribed enough money to pay for a portrait
of the Prince, and they were having it painted
as a present tor the Prince of Wales. A dummy
In the person of an abandoned alcoholic swell
of rather handsome physique sat every day in
the Prince's clothes, so that tbe artist could cet
what is presumed 10 be bis figure, wbile His
Royal Highness gave a half hour sitting twice
a week for his face. It was scarcely a half hour
this time, however. Tbe Prlnco sank into a
luxurious chair prepared for him directly In
the way of whatever light could struggle
througb the fog of tbe north window, answered
the artist's qoestlons with unwavering affability
for ten minutes, and then suddenly jumped up
from the chair and walked half way across tbe
room to meet the Hon. Tyrwhltt-Wilson,
who had just tempestuously entered the room
with bis face aglow, and tbe light of triumph In
He bad got the dog and It had only cost him
30. The matter had been managed through a
tradesman, whom he knew, and Lord Arthur
Somerset bad never snspected to whom the
dog was going. The news seemed to please ibe
Prinoe more than anything else In the world,
and, with a gracious nod of farewell to the artist,
he walked out of the room, and, leaving the
honorable and successful Tyrwhltt-Wilson at
tbe door.drove to the Marlborough Club and
took a hasty bite of luncheon. From the club.he
walked across tbe street to his town residence;
passed through the Pall Mall gate, raising bis
nat in response to the salute of the soldiers and
policemen who are always stationed there,
pulled on a frock coat and a fresh pair ot
gloves, joining tbe Princess of Wales below,
drove with her and tbe three Princesses to
open a new headquarters of the Twentieth
Middlessex, Royal Volunteers on Duke's road.
There were about 10.000 people waiting here,
and the band played "God Save the Queen," as
tbe Prince walked In. He took hla place on
tbe platform while the Princess recelvea bou-
3 nets from several prettily dressed chll
ren, and, after a series of highly laudatoiy
speeches, tho Prince arose and delivered the
following oratorical effort without any visible
evidences of mental wear and tear or Intense
hndilv emotion. Unsaid;
"Colonel, my lords, ladles and gentlemen, I
thank you and the officers and men of your
regiment, in my own name, as well as that of
the Princess and onr children for the kind wel
come you have given us. It is a matter ot con
gratulation to me in opening these headquar
ters to know that you have been your own arch
itect. I hone tbe headquarters will prove
most useful to your men, and the regiment will
remain in as satisfactory a condition as it is
at the present moment,"
After this there was enthusiastic cheering, a
lot of muslo and a long inspection ot tbe
armory. In tbe middle of tbe Inspection tbe
Prince called aside a colonel who was in tbe at
tending suite and sent a verbal message to bis
son. Shortly after he drove back toward Marl
borough House, and, catching sight of Prince
Albert Victor as the young man was leaving
tbe Army aud Navy Clnb, tbe Prince alighted
from his carriage and walked along Pali Mall
with bis heir. Every hat iu the street was
raised as the two distinguished men strolled
A LIGHTNING TOILET.
They turned into St. James Palace yard and
were evidently much interested in their talk.
Prince Albert Victor is taller than his father,
but not a particularly wholesome sight. His
face is disfigured by a repulsive eruption and
he has the hopelessly long neck and sloping
shoulders of tbe fop of caricature. At 6
o'clock tbe Prince walked briskly through the
gates of Marlborough House. The two police
men, tbe Inspector and tbe soldiers all glanced
at tbe clock as be went through. It was of i
dent they were interested in tbe Prince's usual
feat of taking his bath and assuming evening
dress at lightning speed. It was exactly IS
minutes later when tbe heir to tbe throne
drove forth in a quiet little coupe. Ihls was
even faster than his uual record.
On tbe seat beside His Highness there was a
small white dog with brlndle spots over each
eye, long ears and silky coat. He licked tbe
gloved band of tbe Prince amiably as they
drove toward Sloane square. Here the Prince
alighted, and. following a frequentfeustom of
his, jumped into a passing hansom tnd drove
to a modest little uouse in Belgravia. He
passed half a crown up to the driver through a
hole in the roof and handed the dog to a maid
servant who ran out to tbe cab. She was a
trim little maid, and she blushed mightily in
the presence of royalty.
The Prince took a enp of tea and chatted for
a time witb his hostess and then drove away
and met bis carriage at the Marlborough Club,
whence he was taken rapidly to Buckingham
Gate. It was tbe night of Mrs. Mackay's big
dinner party. About 80 people were invited to
dine with the Prince of Wales, but when they
got there, tbey found that TO of them were put to
dine in a large room, wbile His Highness sat at
a tabie with tbe select ten in a small apartment
wbich adjoined them. From tbe dinner His
Highness went tp a dance at tbe Italian Am.
bassador's, and, at midnight, in company with
his most intimate friends Lord Rowton, the
Earl of Commell and Sir Frederick Jansen, he
retired for a game of cards, ot which be has of
late years become very fond. It was 1.30 when
the Prince drove through the gates cf Marl
borough House for the last time and went
wearily to bed. And he has had 40 years of this
Who envies himT Blakely Haix.
Mr.Silloway I'll TheApnle-S-z-wippl
git that $10 pre- Thudtl
mium, sure. Th
Stlloway punkin -sweet
fust prize, an' Judge.
Take one cup Porto Rico molasses, one
halt cup dark brown sugar, one-fourth cup
butter and two eggs, beat these all together;
stir into this one cup sweet milk, two tea
spoonfuls ground ginger and three even enps
of sifted flour, having mixed thoroughly
through the dry flour one measure "Banner
Baking Powder;" bake in pudding or cake
pan one hour, slow oven. Serve hot with
tbe following hard dressing: pound butter
beaten to a cream, add one egg and six table
spoonfuls granulated sugar, beaten until
very light; flavor with vanilla.
HOUSE CLEANING MADE EASY.
"Scourene" to clean windows.
"Scourene" to clean woodwork.
"Scourene" to clean bath tubs.
"Scourene" to clean marble slabs.
"Scourene" to clean tinware.
"Scourene" only S cents a cake.
Fonrtb Ann nut Picnic
Of the Betail Grocers' Association of Pitts
burg to be held Wednesday, July 17. at
Boss Grove, West Penn Railroad. Tick
ets, 25 cents, to be had at all retail groceries
in Pittsburg, Bennett, Etna aud Sharps
VTOT1CE MEMBERS OF IRON CITY
JX Council 171. Jr. O. U. A. M., will meet at
their hall, 1923 Carson street, at 1 o'clock sharp
SUNDAY, July 14, 18S9, to attend the funeral
of onr late brother, John Gerlacb.
Sister Councils respectfully invited to at
tend. DARIUS HUTTON.
J. A MORRISON. Councillor.
Bee. Sec'y. Jyl4-108
CHAMBER or PENN COUKCIL, )
No. 288. N. U.,
AM.EQHENT. July 13, 18S9. )
THE FRIENDS OK THIS COUNCIL ARE
requested to meet at tbe council chamber,
Mo. 208 Ohio street, on SUNDAY, July If. at 1
o'clock sharp, to attend the funeral of jour late
friend. Frank W. Moeckel. Friends of sister
councils are respectfully invited to attend. By
order ot H. W. WILKER,
L. K. WHITE. Secretary. Jyl4-71
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
box of carpenter tools, Belonging to V. P.
Page, has been left with me for over a year.
The owner will please call for them, or they
will be sold according to law.
jyl3-9 2748 Penn avenue.
rtTHE BOARD OF MANAGERS OF. THE
JL Monongabela Navigation Company have
this dy declared a dividend on the capital
stock of THREE DOLLARS PER SHARE
for tbe past six months, payable to the stock
holders or their legal representatives nn and
after the 15th Inst. W. BAKEWELL,
Ptttsbubo, July 11, 18S9. Treasurer.
Fa a & . c
fe .. ,
JVMHipIay advertisements ont dollar psr
tquare or one insertion, Classified advertise,
menu on this page such as Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, etc, ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken or less thanflftjt cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
; BRANCH OFFICES.
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following plaoes,
where "Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient ad vertisementa 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 TBI Dls-
THOMAS MCCAPFKEY. 3So9 Butler street.
FJJIL o. STUCKEY. Z4th street and Fenn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY ACO., Wylle ave. and Fulton st.
N. bTOKELY. Fifth Avenue Market House.
J.W. WAIiliACE, eiMPenn avenue.
MCALLISTEU &SHEIBLER,Sthav. ftAtwoodst.
JACOB SPonN. 2io, ! Carson street,
n. A. DUNAIJJSON. 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAEKCHEK, 89 Federal street.
H. J. McBRIllE. Federal and Ohio streets.
FRED n. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGOEHS & bON, Ohio and Chestnut its.
J.F. STEVES. SON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY. Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsvlvanlaand Beaver aves.
l'EKKY M. OLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny ares.
ANTED-12 HAND TOBY MAKERS AT S.
HUCK'S, 519 Liberty St., Fltuburc. Pa.
TTTANTEIJ A FIRST-CLASS ADVEKTISE
V V MEN r solicitor. Apply Monday at ROOM
44, Eisner building. jy!4-S
WANTED-50 LABORERS, COR.DENNISON
n and Penn avenues, on Monday mornlnir.
BOOTH &FLIHN. Jyl4-83
WAI.TED A BRIGHT BOY, 14 TO IS YEARS
of ajre: a good penman. SAMPLINER &
RICH, 819 Liberty st. Jyl4-117
WANTi.U-LVP WELDEKS-MEN ACCUS
TOM El) to working on large pipe. Address
T V.. Dispatch office. Jyl4-39
WANTEU-lOO LABORERS ON NEGLEY
run sewer; apply at foot of Collins ave.,
East End. BOOTH 4 FLINN. Jyl4-92
"TTT ANTED 10 GOOD TRAVELING SALES
TV MEN: of experience preferred: reference
required. Iddresa O. P., Dispatch office. Jyl4-eo
WANTLD-GOOD MAN IN EVERY TOWN;
salarypald weeklv: write for particulars:
SHERMAN.TANGENBERG 4 CO.,160 West Lake
St., Chicago. JyK-Sl-FSSO,
WANTED-F1KST-CLAS3 BRASS MOLDER
can find permanent employment at the
KELLY & JONES CO., 143 First ave., Pg or
Greensburg, Pa. JeS9-36
WANTED 4 HEAVx MACHINE MULDERS:
none hut sober and'exDerlcnced men need
apply. LEWIS FOUNDRY AND MACHINE
, Tenth street, S. a.
WANTED-F1 B3T-CLASS CABIN ET MAKER
for about two months' special work; pre
fer man owning tools: state wages expected. A4
dress STANDARD, Dispatch office. Jyl4-1K
TTANTED GOOD SOLICITORS FOR SPEC
TV IALT1ES which sell readily both In the city
and country; excellent opportunity for energetic
men. THOMAS HILL, 1W Fifth avenue. y!4-72
-TT-ANTE1)-100 LABORERS IMMEDIATELY
V at Allegheny Water Works. Inquire at
Harry Mackln'a saloon, cor. Laeoek and Federal,
on Monday morning. T. M. SCANLON. Con
WANTED-BOOKKEEPEK FOR A GLASS
WORKS: only those having had experience
In glass faetorles need apply; permanent position
for first-class man. Address GLAbS FACTORY,
Dispatch office. 3yl4-33
WANTED-GENTLEMEN TO INTRODUCE
"Eraslne:" selling by thousands: rai
chance to make money; exclusive cont ol of terri
tory given. Address, with stamp, WILLIAM
SON & CO., 44 North Fourth St., Philadelphia,
TITANTED-BA1 WRITERS AT SMART'S
TV Eclectic Shorthand and Business College. 4
Sixth street, Pittsburg. Good penminihlp taught
In a few lessons. Instruction thorough and pri
vate Tor both sexes. College open day and even
lng through summer. Jyl3-TTSSu
WANTED-AN AGENT IN EVERY TOWN
In Western Pennsylvania to canvass for the
largest and best Illustrated weekly paper In the
world; to good canvassers a liberal salary guaran
teed. Address J. R CUTTER, Room 2, No. 1038
Penn avenue, Pittsburg. jy!4-64
WASTt D-BOOKKEEPER OF ESPEKI
ENClw who undersinnudthevoncher system
preferred: toikkeepers desiring situations, and
with good references, will find it to their advan
tage to leave their names with me. W. WOOl JJEY,
Expert Accountant, lei Firth avenue. Jyl4-7t
WANTED-SALLSMEN-WE WISH A FEW
men to sell our goods by sample to tbe
wholesale and retail trade; on salary: largest
manufacturers In onr line; Inclose 2c stamp: wages
3 per day; permanent position; money aavaneed
for wages, advertising, etc. CENTENNIAL
M'F'G. CO.. Cincinnati. O. JeS-I-TTSSu
TXTANTED-MEN TO ATTEND NEW YORK
TV Cutting School: Urllog's actual measure
ment taught In all its branches; the only true
system fitting anyand all shapes: no trying on:
Instructions. 10 ah. to 4 r. M.; evening, f to 9
r. M.: call or write for circular. 614 WOOD ST.,
Pittsburg, Pa, 1 Jy9-
WANTEDAGENTS FOB THE MISSOURI
Washer which affords profitable business;
it washes dirtiest clothes clean by hot steam with
out rubbing: arguments In Its favor are numerous
and convincing: easily sold; sent on two weeks
trial to be returned at my expense If not satisfac
tory: write ror Illustrated circular and terms. J.
WORTH, 64 Beekman St.. N. Y. Je30-?4-su
WANTED AGENTS TO HANDLE THE
new patent chemical ink erasing pencil:
greatest novelty ever produced: erases ink in two
seconds: no abrasion of paper; 200 to 900 percent
Srofittoneagent's sales amounted 1033)00 in six
ays; another S32 00 In two hours; territory abso
lutely free: salary to good men: no ladles need an
swer: sample as cents. For terms and full partlc
ulirs, address tbe manufacturers, J. W. SKIN
NEB A CO., Onalaska, Wis. Jyl4-21
WANTED-A HEALTHY WET NUBSE AT118
SHEFFIELDST., Allegheny. Jyl3-22
VTrANTED-GlRLS TO LEARN EMBROIDERY
YV- work,atH. UOLTZMAN & SON'S, HI Mar
ket St. IVI4-95
WANrEDr-FIRST-CLASS SEWING GIRL:
good wages paid. Apply U3SMITHFIELD
ST.. fifth floor. Jyl4-2
WA N T E D-EXPERIENCED LAUNDRY
help at PEARL LAUNDRY CO., 2S and 27
Federal St.. Pittsburg. JyH-61
WANTED-AT ONCE-GOOD, NEAT GIRL
for light housework In small family at NO.
SI MONTEREY ST., Allegheny. lyl4-94
TV good pay and steadv work: also cloth cut
ters. SAMPLINER & RICH, 819 Liberty st.
WANTED-DRESSMAKERS AND SEWING
girls attending GARNIER'S SCHOOL, 802
Penn ave., next week will be taught cutting for
half the regular price. Call at once. Jjrl4-115
WANTED YOUNG LADY FOR OFFICE
work: must be quick at figures and good
penman, with good reference. Address, in own
handwriting, L. K., Dispatch office. J y 14-96
Male and Iremale Heln.
-Try-ANTED-TWO LADIES AND TWO GEN
TV TLEMEN: must be well acquainted; liberal
salary paid dally. Apply to J. a. CUTTiK,
Boom!, No. loss Penn avenue. Jyl4-S3
WANTED COOK AND CHAMBERMAID
for small family, laundresses, cooks, cham
bermaids, dining room girls, nurses, house girls,
German and colored girls, waiters, drivers, farm
bands. MRS. E. THOMPSON, 8 and 8 Grant st,
-TTT ANTED- EARNEST CHRISTIAN MEN
T and women to sell "The Christian's
Legacy." Agents write: TbeChrlstlan'sLegaey
Is the fastest selling book I have ever handled.
In a little less than JO hours' work I have taken SO
orders, and made more money In Its sale than on
any book I have ever sold, and I baye been a can
vasser ror several years. I enjoy showing It to
people.lt Is such a good, helpful book." "1 bave a
record of hours worked. In all a little over a week's
work, containing 10 hours lorn dav, and have 89
orders." bend lor circulars. W.J.HOLLAND,
150 N assau St., N. Y. Jy)4-81-wsu
-TTTANTEH-A BITUATION BY A YOUNG
TV lady 25 years of age as housekeeper. Ad-
dresslH. aCHIFFOENS, Ford City, PaT Jyl2-6T
-TirANTED-A PERMANENT ENGAGEMENT
YV by a thoroughly practical drygoods man
from the East. Address DRYUOODS, Dispatch
WANTED-BY A FIRST-CLASS WAGON
MA KEK, a situation on outskirts or the elty;
can be seen where employed. Address H. and J.
S., East End, city. Jyl4-3T
-TTT ANTED BY YOUNG EXPERIENCED,
TT active married man of ability, position In
bank, city or country: good habits, famllv, and
references. Address BANK. Dispatch office.
fTTANTED-SITUATION AS IA FIRST-CLASS
YV stationary engineer, who understands the
care and repair or high speed machinery and
can take eareor charge of electric light plant, or
station: best of references given In every respect.
Address A 1. Dispatch office. Jyl3-su
-TTTANTED-BOOM AND BOARD IN PRIVATE
T family ror a young man. convenient to
East Liberty station; reference exchanged. Ad
dress K. E. P., Dispatch office. JH4-103
WANTEDBOARD IN COUNTRY FOR
eldeily lady and companion; good accom
modations: reasonable rates; location easy of
aeeey.i Call at Ml FIFTH AVI., cigar store,
WANTED-A SILENT PARTNER IN 8TEEL
business with Si, 000. Write B. V., Dis
patch office. Jyl4-1!
WANTED-AN ENERGETIC WOMAN. OB
man and wire, as ptrtners In a Urge board
ing house In the city: cash required. Ad-
.vu . ...w. .u, VWy.lVil UU.IC JJ.. ..V
ANTKO-To Invest 110,000 cash by
active VOung man In ROtnitinrrtal or mtnn.
factoring business: reference required or given.
Address all communications BUSINESS, 15 Mar-
ket st,, Pittsburg.
TItTANTED-A f"UNG AND ACTIVE BUSI-
N ESS man with some capital to engagelna
lucrative and growing mercantile business. Ad
dress, slating previous experience, references and
full particulars, PROMPTNESS, Dispatch office.
WANTED-A CORPORATION HAVING A
mo lopoly In a business making 80 per cent
profit and no credit given, having more business
than they can handle without more help and capi
tal, would sell a hairor quarter Interest In dlfler
ent States ami In larger cities In Kurope to men of
Eusb and small capital ot from p. 000 to ft, 000; a
Ig return guaranteed yearly; can refer to tbe
solid men or Boston ror evidence of the gieat sup
port receiving In this section, where It Is now
making Its first start In the world; references re
quired. L. P. CO., P. O. box 2256, Boston. Mass.
Bonrdera and Lodgers.
WAKTE D-SUMMER BOARDERS-OAK-LA
NO; beautiful, bealtby place. B , Dis
patch office. Jyl4-18
WAN1ED-OCCDPANTS FOR NICELY FUR
NISHED front room. 45 WASHINGTON
STREET. Allegheny. Jyll-63
WANTED ANY WISHING BOARDING IN
the country; good healthy place; lyz miles
south or Ohio Pyle. Applv to J. H. SCH AEFH.R,
Ohio Pyle Falls, Pa., box 23. Jy7-S-su
WANTED 4 Yt'UNG MEN OR 2 COUPLE
can be accommodated with board In the
suburbs of fcast End: I2ratnutes walk from sta
tion. AddresaSUBCBBS, Dispatch office.
WANTED OCCUPANTS JrOR LARGE
well-furnished front room; also ballroom
adjoining: tatbroom ou same floor; with flrst
class board; a few doors from East parks. Ad
dress PRIVATE FAMILY, Dispatch office. JT14-90
Boom. Douses. Etc
YTTANTED-TWO ROOMS, CENTRALLY LO
VY CA'lED. furnished or unfurnished, for
physician's office. Address DALTON, Dlsnatch
WANTED MORTGAGES, LARGE AND
small. ED W1TT1SH, 410 Grant St.. Pitts
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY AT 4K, 5 AND
8 per cent free of tax. W. C. STEWART;
114 Fourth ave. Ja20-2-SU
TrANTED-MORTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
TT In sums to suit at 4j, S and 8 per cent.
ALLES ft BAILEY, 184 Fourth ave. Tel. 187.
WANTKD-MORTGAGES-II. 000,000 TO LOAN
In large and small amounts ae 44, Sand 8
per cent, free of State tax; no delay. liEED U.
LOYLEACO., Uliourtbare. myS-GO
WANTED MOBTGAGES-Sl, 000, 000TO LOAN
on city and suburban properties at 4M, Sand
C per cent, and on larms In Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 8 per cent. 1. M. PEN MOCK &
SON, 103 Fourth avenue. ap7-fU
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY WE HAVE
over one niUllon dollars to loan on city and
suburban property at 4M per cent; no tax: we
will also loan money on improved farms In Alle
gheny, Beaver, Fayette. Washington and West
moreland counties; any marketable security taken
for loans of any amount. BLACK A BAlRD. 93
Fourth ave. . Je3-a9-sn
WANTED-TEN THOUSAND PEOPLE TO
buy building lots at Ingram. GEO. JOHNS
TON, 62 Fourth ave. Jyl3-74
WANTED TO EXCHANGE AN EXTRA
fine saddle horse for a driving horse. Ad
dress owner. A. T.. Box 815, city P. O. Jyl4-109
WANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
doien (13) of Stewart Co.'s fine cabinet
photos for II, at DO and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
WANTEDLADIES TO KNOWHAUGH ft
Kccnan repair, refinlsh or npholster old
furniture promptly and In the best possluleman
ner. 33 AND 34 WATER ST. 'Phone 1628. my9-82
WANTED CUSTOMERS FOR DIAMONDS,
gold and sliver watches, marble clocks, sil
verware, etc, at SI per week upward, at 130 Fed
eral st., Allegheny. J, MITSCH. JelS-MWFSu
WANTED TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one In the club ut SI 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX 01, and I will call and snow you the watch.
-rn-ANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
YV TOGBAPHER, 98 Fifth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that be is making fine cabinets at fl SO per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous process. mhl3-3
-VTTANTED-EVERYBODY WHO DESIRES TO
Y V secure the nicest home location In the vicin
ity of Pittsburg, easily and quickly reached by
three lines of railroad, to canon me for tickets
for excursion to Groveland by Lake Erie Railroad
July 18. CHAS. SOMERS. 313 Wood st, Jyl3-
FOB SALE IMPKOVED HEAL ESTATE.
FOB 8 ALE-JU 000 CASH WILL BUY THAT
3-story brick in Peach alley. No. IS is In
good repair and pays 10 per cent net. W. C
STEWART. 114 Fourteenth avenue. J e23-20-su
FOB SALE 8 CHOICE HOUSES ON SIDNEY
street, above Twenty-third, the best and
pleasanteat location on tbe Southslde: Sidney
street being wide, newly paved and well im
proved; houses, to be finished by August 1st,
nave pressed brick and stone ornamental fronts,
and contain eight rooms, witn bath, laundry and
every other convenience: city water, gas and
natural gas on each floor, and good plumbing
leading to city sewers makes dwellings first class
In every respect; Smlthfleld and Carson street cars
pass within one square; terms, 51.000 cash, with
balance payable as arranged to suit purchaser.
Annlv to BAKEWELL PHILLIPS. Olsnalch
omce, urn are., city.
-J. " ... . .. . r--
East End Residence.
FOR 8ALE-S3.500-NEW DWELLING CON
TAINING 8 rooms, bath and aU conveniences;
desirably located in East Liberty. W. C. STEW
ART, 114 Fourth ave. Jyf-lO-su
FORSALE-I2,2SO-ON EASY PAYMENTS A
new brick dwelling or 6 rooms located In
good neighborhood. East Liberty; near cable
cars. W. C STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE S1.200-TEKMS 3500 CASH, HAL
AN CE f 100 tbe first year and taio'a year there
after will buy a 4 room house with z acres of
f round on Leamington avenue. W.C STEWART',
14 Fourth ave. ap21-19-8u
FOR SALE-il0,M0-4 ACRES OF 'GROUND,
with 8-room house, located In Shadyslde. In a
neighborhood tbat will undoubtedly be strictly
first-class: has a frontage on a 60-foot avenue of
430 feet, and a frontage of 430 feet on a 60-foot
street: Is within 10 minutes' walk of Fifth avenue
cable cars. W. V. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
-I7I0R SALE S10.000-TERMS TO SUIT PUB
JC CHASER: new Queen Anne brick residence,
having large porches, vestibule: 4 rooms on first
floor, 4 rooms and bath on second aud 3 attic
rooms; well finished, nicely papered and has
fine gas fixtures; good stable on premises; large
lot: located on a paved avenue. In a well-lm-
roved and desirable neighborhood. W. C.
TEW ART. 114 Fourth ave. ap2M9-su
OR SALE-ONLY A FEW NOW RbMAIN
unsold of the vanr desirable elrht-room
dwellings on Oakland square: the raplduy with
which sales bave been made shows the estimation
In which they are beul: aurably built and hand
somely finished, supplied with every modern con
venience: standing on large lots and facing a
handsome park planted with beautiful shade
trees: these dwellings have the notable advantage
of being but IS to 20 minutes from the postoffice by
the Pittsburg Traction road; a cablo loop, for
wbich an ordinance is now in Councils, will nass
within 100 feet or tbe square: prices J8.S0O and 80,
750; terms, moderate cash pavmentnd longtime
on balance. Apply to C A. CHANCE on the
AHesheny Residences. ,
FIB SALE HO. H NORTH DIAMOND
street, Allegheny: big bargain: loot: at itand
give us a bid: mnst be sold, bee EWlNGftBY
ERS, Nv. 107 Federal street. Jyl4-73
FOR SALE NO. 21 NORTH DIAMOND
street, Allegheny: big bargain: look at It nnd
give us a bid: must be sold. See EWING ft BY
EBS. Ho. 107 Federal street. Jyl4-73
FIR SALE NO, 21 NORTH .DIAMOND
street, Alleghenv: big bargain: look at It and
give us a bid; must be sold. See EWING ft BY
ERS. No. 107 Federal street. JyU-73
FOR SALF. NO. 21 NORTH I)FAMOND
street, Allegheny: big bargain: look at It and
give us a bid: must be sold. See EWING ft BY
LBS, No. 107 Federal street. Jyl4 73
FOR SALE-NOS. 97 AND 09 PHEIJLE AVE.,
Allegheny, 2 brick houses containing six
rooms each; lot 34x120 ft. to an alley. GEO.
JOHNSTON, Agt, 82 Fourth ave. Jyl4-S7
TTiOB SALE-CHEAP-OBSERVATORY HILL,
X? near electric road, good 6-room frame house.
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, 233 Arch St., Allegheny.
FOB 8ALE-88.000-THAT ELEGANT NEW
and substantial press brick dwelling (never
occupied), containing S rooms, bath, stationary
washstands, laundry, cement cellar and all im
provements, located on Ackley. St., head ot
Monterey St., Allegheny. W. C. STEWART. 114
TTOK SALE-HMO-TQE BEST BARGAIN IN
JD Allegheny county, a S room bouse, front
Sorch and 6 lots 21x140. on Shady avenue, near
leventh ward school, Allegheny City; this prop
erty is wortb Si 500, bnt wllFbe sold at above price
ir sold soon. J. P. UBBEN, 201 Franklin st.,
AUegbeny, Pa. JyI4-S4
FOR SALE LOTS.
ApOB SALE-LOTS AT HAZELWOOD AND
JD Glen wood, near the station: only ismlnnw
from new a. a. o. station, smltnnela st,: grided
streets, sidewalks, elty water, gas: saoo to 11,000:
houses for sale, small payment down, balance In
monthly payments If desired: railroad fare,
monthly tickets, IX cents per trip. GEORGE C.
BUBUWIN, 1 Fourth ave, JeU-71-XnTS3u
FOB SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE-700 LOTS ON THE NEW CABLE
line. Wylle aye. GEO. JOHNSTON. 63
Fourth ave. Jyl3-74
FORSALE-CITY LOTS-10LOTS ON LIBERTY
ave.. between Thirty-ninth and Fortieth sts.,
Pittsburg, Pa.: low and on lone time. II.
FORBES. Wheeling, W. Va. Je22-33
East End Lota.
-TTIOR SALE-I9.000-AN ELEGANT 8ITE, 110
JD X200 feet, located on one of the finest paved
and sewered avenues In the East End: bound to be
worth double this money. W. C. STEWART. 114
Fourth ave. Je3-20-su
1JIOB SALE-HOMEWOOD LOTS, FROM 8550
E to 8850: tbis property Is selling fast and these
bargains are worthy of yonr consideration; look
at them before purchasing your home. MELLON
BROTHERS, 6349 Station St., E. E. Jylt-90-Tn8n
FOR BALE-ABOUT IV ACBES ON FAIR
MOUN r avenue and Rebecca street: delight
fully situated: grand view of East Liberty Valley:
five minutes' walk from Penn ave. cable road;
onlr SS. sou. J. J. ALAND. 131 Fifth avenue.
TTKJR SALE-C17.S00-S ACRES OF THE FINEST
JD property ror laying oS In lots, on Squirrel
Hill: location first-class; within 4 minutes walk
of new electric road, which is now being built:
terms to salt purchasers. W. C. STEWART, 114
Fourth ave. je30-28-sn
T7OK SALE OUR ORCHARD PLAN LOTS.
JD ranging In price from 11,500 to S3, 000. are the
choicest In East End for fine residence: the loca
tion between Negley and Hlland aves. makes
them very desirable and It will pay vou to Inspect
them before purchasing. MELLON BROTHERS,
6349 Station St.. E. E, y!4-90-Tu3u
FOR SALE-GILT-EDGE RESIDENCE PROP
ER! Y Where can you find better bargains
than in the Bauin grove? Negley ave. Is fast be
romlng tbe most fashionable thoroughfare from
Fifth ave. to Butler street: low prices and money
to build. MELLON HltOS . 6349 Station St., E.
E., or JOHN F. BAXTER, 412 Smlthfield st,
TTIOR SAI.E-r7.500 THAT ELEGANT BUILD
JD INGslte, licxl73feet (asawhole or will sell
halO, located on Rebecca St., Shadyslde, between
Cent-rave, ana Penn are., facing Baum Grove,
Is well elevated, level, has eastern exposure, fine
residence on either side and In a neighborhood
that will undoubtedly be strictly first-class. W.
C. STEWART. 114 Fourth ave. mvl2-65-8a
FOR SALE-THE BEST BARGAIN ON Hl
LAND ave.. East End. tbat ever has been
offered: 173 feet front by 1.231 feet deep for tits a
front foot: it makes S blsets of lots 25x120 and one
block of 7 lots 23x215 and ITS feet fronton Hlland
by 21S to an alley. It Is on the west side of tbe ave
nue, having the best exposure and the property
on tbe other side of the street not lying as well
and only one block deep cannot be purchased for
less than fSO a front foot: the property Is within
less than three hundred yards of the new Hlland
Park: this property can be laid out In lots and
easily sold for more than double tbe money asked
for it; If sold at this price It will have to be done
quick. C H. LOVE ft CO., 93 Fourth are.
-TTiOK SALE-ONLY 8150 CASH. BALANCE ON
JD easy payments, will buy a lot 50x150 feet to an
alley In tbe McComb's grove plan, which Is one ot
the most beautifully located plans of lots In the
East End. being In Shadyslde (Squirrel Hill dis
trict). In a neighborhood that is strictly first
class: the new electric road, which will be In
operation In October, passes this property: It Is
within 10 minutes' walk of Fifth avenuecable ears
and but a few steps from the proposed park. Sold
subject to building restriction at prices ranting
from (1.000 to el.SOuperlot. Call and get a plan.
If you want to see thepropvrty, taae Firth avenue
cable car, get on at V llklns ave. and walk to
"ft lghtman st. W. C. STEW AKT, U4 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-AT 1NGBAM-27 ONE-ACRE
lots In Murphy plan; price, ST00 each lot.
GEO. JOHNSTON, 62 Fourth ave. Jyl3-74
FOR SALE AT INGRAM-29 WOODLAWX
lots In Gordon plan; 10 minutes from station.
GEO. JOH&bTON, 62 Fourth ave. Jyl3-74
FOR SALE-AT INOAM, 30 LOVELY BUILD
ING lots In tbe Plr t nd Moore plan: 4 minutes
from station. GEO. uilNbl'ON. 62 Jourth ave.
FOR SALE-ELEGANT LARGE, LEVEL,
shaded lots, on tbe Ohio river and three lines
of railroad, at Groveland: excursion to auction
sale, leaving at 9 A. if., elty time, by Lake Erie
Railroad, on Thursday. July IS. Call on me ror
tickets. CHAS. SOMERS, 313 Wood St. Jyl3-53
FOR SALE-AT INGRAM, A FEW Of THOSE
beautiful Fleecedale lots: pure""alr, "pure"
water: fruit and shade trees In abundance; none
can purchase any of this ground unless those who
will contract to put up a good class of buildings.
For further particulars Inquire or GEO. JOHNS
TON, 62 Fourth ave. J yl3-74
FOR SALE-CHEAP-GOOD FARM OF 42
acres at Wild wood station. P. ft W.Rv.igrem,
bargain: must be sold at once. Apply BOOM 303,
Penn building, elty.
FOR SALE-OR EXCHANGE, A FARM NEAR
Lakewood, N. J the famous winter resort:
containing I2S acres. In excellent state of cultiva
tion; buildings of every description In perfect or
der: a prettv and productive borne. Address
"FAKMrLIFE,"Lakewood. N.J. Jyl3-80-Tursu
FOR8ALE-95,2Tt ACRES FIRST-CLASS YEL
LOW poplar, white oak, wblteand yellow pin.
Iron ore and marble lands on and near C. ft 0. R
K., Virginia; titles Indisputable; payments easy;
Srlces only (2 per acre In fee simple. E.H.BCTER.
AUOH. Homer City. Pa. Jyl3-18
FOR SALE A GOOD' NEWSPAPER ROUTE
lathe suburbs of tbe city. Inquire at DIS
PATCH OFFICE. Jy'3-16
TTIOR SALE-STOCK AND FIXTURES OF
JD grocery store, dojng good business. In good
locality; also horse and wagon. Address STORE,
FOR SALE-ONE OF THE FINEST AND OLD
EST established retail businesses In Pittsburg.
Is located In the heart of the elty: stock Is new and
not controlled by style; will Inventory about f 10, -000.
This Is an elegant opportunity for a wide
awake man to ge? into a clean, profitable and
legitimate business. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth
TTIOR SALE-iOO GROCERY. DRYGOODS.
JD drug, china and notion stores: light manu
facturing business, paying well; feed store, ex
tensive and profitable bakery, ice cream and con
fectionery business; cigar stores and confection.
err stores, all sizes and prices; fine restaurant and
dining rooms, printing office, butcher shop, milk
depots, upholstery business, shoe stores, etc.
Free particulars. SHEPARD ft CO.. M Fifth ave.
TO LET3-STORY BRICK STORE IN GOOD
repair; both kinds or gas: central location:
rent very low. L M. PENNOCK ft SON. No. 105
Fourth ave. Jyl4-1-Tusa
OR SALE-SEVERAL VERY FINE BUSI
N ESS properties fronting on the principal
sirceH sou srenoes oi luc Guy. ue.it. tfuiia-
bTON, 62 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-NO. 430 FIFTH AVE.. 3-STORY
cor. building containing seven rooms and
storeroom; lot 24x75 ft.; easy payments and low
Int. G EO. JOHN STON, Agt.. 82 Fourtb ave.
FOR SALE SEVERAL PIECES OF PROP
ERTY on Fourth ave. : also a number of
pieces on Penn ave., Smlthfield st. and otber
good streets: will take pleasure In giving full par
ticulars and showing surveys to parties desiring
to purchase. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-BOTTLING WORKS-HAVING
purchased an Interest In the Matchett Paper
Box Co. and removed here, can tuereron- not give
our personal attention to our bottling works In
TltusvUle, Pa. We will sell the whole business,
consisting of late Improved Matthews' machinery,
bottles, cases, horses, wagons and everything
necessary to run a first-class establisbement, at a
great sacrifice: this being the only bottling estab
lishment In TltusvUle, population about 10,000,
have a fine country trade: a great opportunity Is
offered to any energetic men to get into a long es
tablished business a, onee: terms easy: rent very
low, or will sell building with the business; pos
session given Immediately. For further particu
lars, those meaning business, apply to I. L. W1EL
ft bON, Matchett Paper Box Co., 23 Seventh ave..
Pittsburg. P. S. W1B sell about 80 glass quart
bottles separate. Jyl4-24
TpOR SALE MANUFACTURING SITE
JD River avenue, Allegheny, between P. ft W.
and W. P. R. R., 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.
Ilones. Vehicle. Live Stock. oVc
FOR SALE-A FIRST-CLASS SKCOND-HAND
rockaway. Apply to L. GLESLNKAMP ft
SON, 318 and 320 Penn ave. Jyl4-76
TTIOR SALE A YOUNG MASTIFF DOG
JD with fine pdlgree; the owner has no place to
keep him. Address-BEX, Dispatch office.
IOB SALE-A FINE LOT OF YoUNG PAR
ROTS guaranteed to make talkers: nrlce. 15
each: come soon to secure first choice. ESPH'U'S,
640 Smlthfield st. Jyl4-13-wsa
TTOR SALE-8250-FONY. HARNESS AND
JD cart: Is new and the handsomest turnout In
the East End: reason ror selling, ownerleavesthe
city. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. JyT-10-So.
TTIOR SALE-ONE OF THE FINEST. UAND
V KOM EST and most pleasant driving horses In
the city. 7 years did. bright bay. 15 bands, trots
fast and slnglc-foott under saddle; sound and
right every way. B. S., Dispatch office. Jyl4-2S
FOR SALE A KENTUCKY TROTTING AND
pacing horse, good saddler, speedy, sound
and will not scare at anything, and good leather
top buggy and harness: all for 8250, or will sell
separately. Address BAY, Dispatch office.
FOR SALE HORSE AND CARRIAGE COM
PLETE The finest turnout In the elty; nearly
new carriage, plate-glass front: horse dark
brown, 18 hands high, long tall: fearless or cable
cars or steam or music; a perfect family horse.
T. S. O'NEIL ft CO., Penn ave., East Endi
FOB SALE-ONE FAMILY BAROUCHE, IN
good order, worth sua will be sold for 1100;
also one phaeton buggy In good order; also one
smau puoy, csrt inn Barnes, so oe sola as a Dar-
galn: he la quiet and children can drive him; one
sorrel horse 18 hands high, and racks under sad
dle and good worker: he is worth 8300, but the
owner will take 3150: any person In need of the
above articles will call Immediately, as owner Is
leaving city, inquire, of JL. JACKMAJ4 ft SON,
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Machinery suid KetaJa.
IR SAr.rRMALI.. ENGINES ANDBOrXERS
JD for confectioners, printers, butchers, etc.
etc.: we bare them in many styles and sizes, ana
suited to every purpose, at very low prices.
HARME'S MACHINE DEPOT, 87 First ave..
FOR SALE-FEW flO0 SHARES AT 175 OF
trust company organizing: business estab
lished and paying 14 per cent. TRUSTS. Box 1308,
FOR SALE-LOT OF CANVAS COTS AT fl 09
each; half price. Address CANVAS. Dis
patch office. Jyl4-50
TTH)R SALE-AT AUCTION -CARPETS, BED
JD FOOM, parlor, dlntng room and kitchen
fnrnlture. at No. 4 LITHGOAVE., Observatory
Hill. Allegheny, Tuesday, July 18, at 10 o'clock.
FOR SALE-BAR FIXTURES NOW IN V3
QUESNE Hotel on account of our replacing
same with new ones. For price, terms, etc.. In
quire or THE BRUNSWICK BALK15 COf.LEN
DER CO., 117 ilfth ave., GEO. MEYEB. Jr.,
rrtO LET-ELEGANT HOUSE OF H BOOMS
JL and bathroom. 177 Third avenue, near Grant
st. GEO. JOHNSTON. 62Fourtb ave. JyU-74
TO LET VERY FINE HOUSE OF 10 ROOMS
and bathroom. No. S7 (enter avenue: rent
(35 per month. GEO. JOHNSTON, 62 Fourth ave,
TO LET-NO. E5 PENN AVE., CONTAIN
ING 11 rooms and bathroom: location ele
gant ror day boarders, or famished rooms. GEO,
JOUNbTON. 62 Fourth ave. Jyl3-74
TO LET BY EWING ft BYEBS. NO. 107 FED
ERAL st., large and small houses in all parts
of Allegheny: call f6r list. Jyl4-7
TO LET-TWO TVELL-FTJRNISHED ROOMS,
with or without board. UNION AVE., shady
side of East Park, Allegoeny; price moderate.
Address C S Dispatch office. Jyl2-84-rsn
Offices. Deili Boom, tfcc
TO LET-OFFICE ROOMS OR SUITES FOB
general business purposes In tire new DIS
PATCH BUILDING. 7 77 and 79 Diamond St.:
situation most central In the city: electiic light
Included In rents, which are moderate. Apply
between 11 A. M. and 5 r. f .
PERSONAL-SUBURBAN-IF YOU WANT"
to bay or sell lots, or houses and lots. In Char
tiers township, commnnlcate with J. B. SlIJR
PHY. Dcalerln Real Estate. Crafton. Pa. J J 14-58
PERSONA L-BOOKS: BOOKSt BOOKS t
New and old. ancient and modern, standard
and rare, legal, medical and sclentlfls-30,000 vol
nmns to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE,
900 Liberty st. my3-2S
STRAYED BLACK J1ABE-FROMHAST1NGS
station. P.. C. ft St. L. B. R.. with 3 whi'e
feet: white spot on head. Address JAMES
TEURNY. Beltihoover P. P.. Pa. Jyl4-ll3
IBE WESTINOnOUSE AIR I3KAKZ COO
PnrsBtmo. Pa.. July II. 1889. f
VTOT1CE TO CONTRACTORS PKOPOS
jLl ALS will be received by this company
until MONDAY NOON. July 22, 1889, for the
erection of fifty (60) frame dwelling houses
at Wilmerdinp; station. Penn'a R. R. Plans
and specifications can be seen at the office of
tbe company on Robinson street, Allegheny,
and will be fully explained bv W. C. Ferguson.
The right is reserved to reject any or all bids.
Proposals to be marked " wilmerdinc Houses"
and addressed to the undersigned, O.MILLER.
Purchasing Agent, Westinghouse Air Braka
Company. Jvl2 74 psn
YELVET AND MOQUET, BODY AND
tapestry brussels and ingrain carpets. Una
furniture and fancv goods at auction, TUES
DAY, July 16,18S9,at 10 o'clock A.JL Fine walnut,
oak, cherry and mahogany chamber suits. ward
robes, folding beds, dressing cases, chiffoniers,
bedsteads, washstands, tables, chairs, rockers,
glasses, bookcases, secretaries, cabinets, desks,
cbina closets, hall racks, extension tables, bed
lounges, sideboards, buffets, side tables, odd
pieces, parlor furniture, full line of handsome
group parlor suits, pictures, bric-a-brac, china,
glass and silverware, curtains, cornices, shades,
lambrequins, rugs, linoleum, clocks, lamps,
kitchen goods,laundry turnisnments. decorated
toilet ware, bedding, rues, groceries, notions,
stoves, refrigerators, etc.. etc. Goods now on
exhibition. HENRY AUCTION CO., LIM..
Auctioneers. jy!4 77
EXECUTOR'S SALE-I WILL EXPOSE
at public auction at No. 5S Grant street,
J.AVRXDA.Y, July 18, 1889. at 10 A. if., tho
goods and chattels of Frank KunkeL deceased,
which are as follows: Household goods of all
kinds, also two good working horses, wagons,
lot of good harness, feed box and lot of feed
and hay. Terms of sale strictly cash. Sale
positive: no reserve.
Executor of Frank Kunfcel, dee'd.
JACOB DeWALT. Auctioneer. jyl3-7
AUCTION SALE MANUFACTURING
site, MONDAY MORNING, July 15, at
10 o'clock, on tbe premises. River ave., Alle
gheny, opposite new Thirtieth street bridge,
between P. t W. and W.P. R. R.. lot 200x125,
large and substantially built planing mill, office
building, stable, etc.; will be sold with or with
out machinery: terms are halt cash, balance in
1, 2 and 3 years. JNO. J. HOWLEY. 12T
Fourth ave. yl39
THE ANNUAL PICNIC OF THE BROWN
Cbapel Sunday School will be given at the
beautiful and picturesque grove at
ROCK POINP. JULY IS. 1889.
Tickets may be obtained from Committee on
C. H. STEWART
JAMES H. PAGE. Chairman.
Fare round trip, including admission. 50
Imperial Hall Summer Resort
EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT.
Yonr friends all attend the regular SUMMER
NIGHT RECEPTIONS at Imperial
Hall, Seventh avenue and
New Grant street.
MOZART AND ROYAL ITALIAN OR
CHESTRAS. Admission 50c Come and enjoy yourself.
Tbe hall is cool and pleasant.
LONGVIEW SCHOOL-FORMERLY HO
TEL Longview will bo opened for tho
reception of summer boarders by July 1, 1SS9.
For circulars and information apply to
REV. JOHN G. MULHOLLAND.
CHELTENHAM ACADEMY. OGONTZ
Pa. Unexcelled location and surround
ings. New school equipment. Gymnasium,
military drill, etc Thorough preparation for
college or scientific school. For circular, etc
address J. CALVIN RICE, A. M., Principal.
What Is that you got? Jim This is tba great
"TA-VA-ZON REMEDIES?' for my wife.
You know how sick she was for years. She
feels now a new woman, and 20 years,younger;
bave no more use for doctors In our honse.
Moral To secure good health, nse TA-VA-ZON
REMEDIES. Indorsed by tbe leading
people of India, Europe and America for 54
years. See genuine home testimonials at DR.
GRIFFITH'S DRUG CO.. 301, 303. 303. 30T
Grant street, corner Third avenue, Pittsburg.
Pa. Medicines shipped to all parts of tha
country. Correspondence solicited; inclose
stamp. Bring this notice with you. jylUSS
" A FTER TWO TRIALS."
FRED BEDLSTEIN, of Spring Garden ave.,
was relieved of a large tapeworm by Dr. Bur
goon on July 9. after having treated with two
other physicians for tbe same.
Mr. Beilstein can be seen at the Allegheny
market, wnero he has a butcher's stand.
DR.BURGOON treats all curable diseases.
Over 300 testimonials of your neighbors cured
at his office. 47 Ohio st, Allegheny, Fa.
Consultation free. jyI2
Walter j. osbourne. kichabobabbows,
BARHQWS 4 OSBOURNE
JOB PRINTERS. .
SO Diamond street.
Telephone No. 8U
TO EUROPE-WE SELL TICKETS FOR
the leading lines, secuie berths and pass
ports, issue drafts, letters of credit and money
orders, and sell foreign com at N. V. rates.
MAX SCHAMBERQ fc CO., 527 Smlthfield st,
ERS Brother Alex. Anderson's funeral at Free
port SUNDAY, July 14. Train leaves Alle
gheny Bt30 P. sc, returning at 7:00. JyM-tl
lYi VEGETABLE AND POULTRYaTAND
supplies all the city hotels: housewives will
find it to their advantage to deal with him.
Telephone M. 13 DIAMOND MARKET,
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