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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, .MONDAY, - JULY 15, 1889.
REV. MR. MM SAYS
nVho Makes Onr Politics and Tells
Also Who Should Make Them.
HE DIGS AT THE LIQUOR DEALER,
ind Asserts All Political Parties Cater to
SOME MORAL ISSUES SADLY WANTED
'Who Shall Make Our Politics?" was the
subject of a sermon preached last night by
the Her. J. V. McKay at "Wilson's Hall,
East Eod, and he took his text from the re
mark ot Christ according to tfce gospel of
St. Matthew: "Whatsoever ye would that
v men should do to you, do ye even so to
'I will introduce my remarks of this
evening." the reverend gentleman began
his discourse, "by stiting that I shall never
appear before you as a dictator. It is not
mr intention to come to you and say you
ought to do this, and the only right way of
doing a thing is the way I tell you to do so
and so. I do not assume any superiority
over you in regard to anything. You may
have ideas of your own that are just as
good as mine, and no man has a right to
presume an over-righteousness. I am a
minister, not a dictator, a helper and ad
viser, but not a commander. When I
speak on the subject of 'Who Shall Make
Our Politics, I am not going to assert my
own opinions and convictions as superior to
all others. I simply intend to criticise, and
whatever I sav I do not deem to be above
HIS MIND CHANGED.
'I used to think that politics had nothing
to do with religion, and I believe the first
and even the second time I voted according
to the dictations of the party to which I
I belonged. I am ot a different opinion to
day. If we were all righteous and our
minds remained untrammeled by any de
sires of selfishness the question of voting
would be quite easy. The difficulty of
diawing the line of demarkation as to our
dutv would dwindle into a minimum.
"JSow as to the political parties existing in
this country to-day. Can any of you recall
a campaign during the last ten years with a
single moral issue? I do not think so. and
why was it? Because there were no moral
issues to be taken up? No, not at all.
They were abounding. But politics and
morality seemed to be held as not in har
mony with each other. In the future I
shall look at the man, and the cause he rep
resents before I cast my vote in lavor
of him, and if he is a person whom
I think would do to others as he would be
done by I shall vote for him. I object to
the way the party platforms are made
up nowadays; and why? Because the
main planks in our political platforms are
made by the worst element of our country.
When the convention of the W. C. T.
TJ. asked the Republican party to put pro
hibition into their platlorm, they were told
that this was
SOT THE BIGHT TIME
to do it, and when the Democrats were asked
to side with prohibition they said the same
thing. The liquor dealers, however, a class
of people who spring from the lowest and
most depraved element of the American
population, got all the planks they wanted.
The mainstay of our political parties of to
day is drawn directly from the lowest and
the -roughest of people.
"What we have to do in the future is to
better things. Do not let us lorget that He
who holdeth this world within the hollow of
His hand must be our first consideration in
politics or out of them; and whenever a
question comes up before you and your vote
is asked for it, to decide it one way or the
other, weigh the question well and be sure
to cit your ballot on the side ot right. In
all things remember: 'Whatsoever ye would
that men should do to you, do ye even so to
The Universalis!! of Pittsburg Recognized
ns n Church Dr. bvrcelser's Good
Yesterday will be recorded as a red letter
day in the annals of TJniversalism in this
city, for it witnessed the first definite at
tempt to organize the membership of the
church which, np to two months ago, had
not had any regular services here for up
wards of 12 years. Then the TJniversalist
Church ocrupied the site of the present
Hebrew Synagogue, and its membership
was fairly numerous; but when the mission
ary from the State Convention, the Rev. W.
Scott Williams, came to this city at the end
of April, as a nucleus round which to form the
new congregation, he had but the names ot
a few of the old members and his own en
thusiasm and ardor in his work. That the
pastor's efforts have borne iruit was exem
plified yesterday at 11 o'clock, when about
300 adherents of the doctrine of Universal
ism had assembled in the Union Veteran
Legion Hall, in Sixth avenue, to take part
in the special services of the occasion.
About 20 adults and 3 children were
baptised and admitted as members of the
congregation. The Ber. Dr. E. C. Sweet
ser, of Philadelphia, ex-President of the
Umyersalist General Convention, was pres
ent, lepresenting the State Board of Phila
delphia and to assist in the reorganization.
In las address Dr. Sweetser made a length
ened reference to the reverence of the Israel
ites lor the Temple .of Jerusalem, and es
pecially to the manner in which they re
garded the latter temple as the actual dwell
ing place of Jehovah. Continuing, Dr.
Paul was set free from the superstitions
Ideas of his people, but even he. to the day of
liis death, Mas never wholly free from the
imtzes and conceptions which had snch a hold
of the Jewish mind of that period. But he con
ceived a grander structure, the Christian
Church, the rpiritnal temple, built on Jesus
Christ as a corner stone, why is it that the
Christian Church is called a temple. A temple
ia place which God inhabit, and the temple
of Jivusls the abiding place of Jeusof .Naz
areth. Just as a flower sent to a loved one in
dicates the affection of the sender, so in the
same enc God shows bis love by living In the
hearts of His children. God enters and dwells
In the hearts of His people as in a temple, and
where a few of His people are gathered to
gether there God dwells.
The Christian Chnrch must have a founda
tion. 1 he apostles did not build the church on
themselves. What, then, was this foundation?
It was the life, miracles, the history, the deatli
on Calvary of Jesus Christ, and His command
to thenf. "Go ye and teach all nations." On
these fundamental truths did they build
the Christian Church.
A foundation must have a corner stone, and
the apostles say tnat Jesus Christ was the cor
ner stone. The Christian Church depends on
what Jesus taught, and Christ was an essential
factor in it. Take away Jesus Christ, and the
temple comes tumbling about jour ears. There
was one perfect ttone in the structure of the
church and that was Jesus Christ. Even the
apostles were not perfect.
The Christian may be compared with a
rough stone whiph makes up the Integral Dart of
any building. When the Church shall be fin
ished it will be universal in the fullest sense of
the word: it will be catholic. Not Roman
Catholic tor that is not universal; but the
Holy Catholic Church. Who would not hasten
to belong to sucli a church? I congratulate
you, my friends, on being here this morning,
as living stones in the structure of the Church.
The pastor, Kev, Mr. Williams, then
made a short address. He said:
It Is that we might become those living
stones that we come into this place to organize
ourselves into a temple. There are a great
many stones in the city of Pittsburg, and many
which are not wrought out as they should be.
The proper ideal is not in the mind of the In
dividual: the fullest conception has not entered
the mind of the community. The work of the
Church should be to band ourselves together
so that we may grow Into perfect stones.
The pastdr, after likening the ipiritual
attributes of marriage to the condition of
Blind to be fostered toward the Church, said
that he had no doubt that everyone present
would try to attain the perfection of that per
fectstone. Tlireechildren were then baptised,
and then, when Dr. Sweetser had explained
the doctrines of Universalism, be requested
those who were willing to enter the Church
to assent by bowing the head. Dr. Sweetser
and the pastor next shook hands with the
members, saying to each: "I extend to you
the right hand of fellowship, as your pastor,
or on behalf of the State Board of Penn
sylvania." " After a prayer by Dr. Sweetser for the
members of the organization, Mr. Williams
invited the members to partake of the
sacrament which, alter Dr. Sweetser had
invoked grace, was responded to. The meet
ing was dosed with a hymn.
Speaking with Dr. Sweetser after the
meeting, he said fbat he was very well satis
fied with the progress which had been made
in the short space of two months. Several
donations had been made toward the chnrch
fund and, when a lot had been secured,
preparation, for the erection of the new
church would be begun.
FEW BAPTIST BULGARIANS.
So Saya n Young Theologian, Spenktns; of
III Native Land.
The Kev. Tenot Yulkoff delivered an
interesting address on the "Manners and
Customs of the Bulgarian People" before
an audience at the Thirty-seventh Street
Baptist Church last evening. Mr. Vulkoff
is a young man of 22, who has been four
years in this country, studying for the Bap
tist ministry, and is now taking a vacation
from the theological seminary at Chester,
Pa., by lecturing over the country on his
Commencing with a political sketch of
his country, which, as he said, was eman
cipated from the rule of the Turk by the
Russians 12 years ago, the speaker diverged
to the social and religious aspect of bis
fatherland. Very little headway was being
made by Baptists, Congregationalists and
Methodists having most adherents, and,
socially considered, the Bulgarians Bhould
be divided into two classes, the city people,
who had wealth, and consequently the
power, and the countrymen, who were poor
and, of course, oppressed. Mr. Vulkoff then
related in a very interesting manner the
trials and deprivations which he and his
companion encountered on arrival in this
country, and subsequently at the hands of
farmers, for whom, as he said, they both
worked for one man's rations and pay. Sub
sequently, after enduring many hardships,
which they bore under the assurance that
God would ultimately help them, they suc
ceeded in their desire to enter schools of
theology. They never despaired of the
goodness of God, and prayed to Him con
stantly lor succor.
In' conclusion, Mr. Vulkoff said that he
had not lectured there last evening for the
purpose of narrating his personal exper
iences, but rather to illustrate the efficacy
of unceasing prayer, which God always
hearkened to. Let them make known their
wishes to God, and they would not fail to
The pastor, the Rev. Mr. Cramer, then
alluded to the impoverished circumstances
under which most theological students were
obliged to work, and asked that a collection
might be taken np for the gentleman who
had addressed them, and who was no excep
tion to the rule.
St. Peter'a Congrrgntion Sleets.
The congregation of St. Peter's German
Lutheran Church, of Station street and
Collins avenue, held a prolonged business
meeting yesterday afternoon to close up bus
iness relating to the new edifice, which is
now ready for occupancy. The election'of a
pastor was deferred until next Sunday, when
a committee will report upon several clergy
men whose names are under advisement.
A GASH IN HIS NECK.
How Jack Donivan Was Almost Done Up
With a Fockelknlfe.
Jack Donivan, Thomas Conner and Her
man Ganster, who live in West End, went
to the house of John Cassady, at Singer's
Bow, on West Carson street, on Saturday
night. Cassady had laid in a supply of
beer, of which they all drank freely, until
about 11 o'clock, when a quarrel arose about
their work at the mill, and Cassady struck
Donivan and knocked him down. After he
was down Cassady pulled out his pocket
knife and cut him across the neck below
the right ear, but the knife was small and
did little damage. They were parted by
Conner, who left the house, but was after
ward arrested by Officer O'Donnell and
locked up in the Thirty-sixth ward station.
Ganster was also arrested and locked up.
Donivan was taken to a drug store near by,
where his neck was dressed. Cassady has
not been arrested, bnt the officers say they
will get him.
FOE THE NEXT SCHOOL TEAR.
The Instil sue Preparing-, n Few Teneliers
Have Yet Gone.
Though school is just over, the Ex
ecutive Committee of the Teachers' Institute
is preparing plans for the next school year.
This body organized Saturday, with Prof.
W. A. Proudfit, Chairman; Prof. S. D
Everhart, Secretary, and Superintendent
Luckey, President (.ex officio). The other
members of the committee are Profs. C. A.
Kiddie and J. M. Logan.
It was decided to hold a a general session
of the Teachers' Institute September 14, at
which selected educational topics will be
under discussion. For this purpose notices
will at once be sent to. the school principals
(and not one, strange to say, has yet left
the city, with the exception ot those who
have gone to Europe), asking them to state
a subject for discussion that shall accrue to
the best interests of the schools.
A SPEAK-EAST OYER THE LINE.
That's Wbnt's the Matter With Thirsty
Denizens of the Thirty-Mxlb.
Quite a number of drunken men were ar
rested by the police at the Thirty-sixth ward
station yesterday afternoon, and for the
Inst month back the police in that district
have been kept busy on Sundays arresting
drunken and disorderly men who came from
We't Carson street, just beyond the city
line. They say that the number of drunks
on Sundays is caused bv the operation of a
speak-easy just beyond the city line, which
they have reported to county officials.
ONLT HALF A DOZEN UNHAPPI.
TJU Honor Needs No Acconntnnt to Figure
Up Ula Victims.
There were only six cases In the Central
station at the healing yesterday the small
est number for a Snnday morning hearing
in several years. James McCarthy, who
was arrested for vagrancy, said he had no
home, no money, no friends, was too ill to
work and requested to be sent to the work
house for 90 days. He was accommodated.
John Baker was given 30 days for insult
ing ladies on Fifth avenue.
THE THOUGnT OF PARTING.
Women Produced a Sensation at the Depot
With Their Loud Cries.
Three females cried as if their hearts
would break over the departure of some
friends at the Union station last evening.
One of tbeni screamed violently and clnng
to her friends until the trainmen had to
separate them. The loud sobs of the women
attracted a great crowd of people, many of
whom thought the yelling and profusion of
tears were entirely .unnecessary.
George's Enjoyable Outing.
The police were notified yesterday of the
escape from Morganza of George H. Ames,
aged 20 years, on Saturday. Ames is 5 feet
and 11 inches tall, has light hair, gray eyes
and was dressed in a blue jeans suit He
hails from Bethlehem, Washington county.
WEAKstotnacb.Bcecbam'sPill act like magic
Peaks' Soap secures a beautiful complexion.
PEMSY?S NEW YARDS.
Work lo be Commenced To-Day
Excavating for Shops at Wall.
A GREAT IMPROVEMENT CERTAIN,
No Through Freight to Pass Through the
Citj From Any Point.
PROSPECTIVE BOOM FOE A JDNCTI0N
The long-looked-for yards and shops at
Wall, on the Pennsylvania Kailroad, are
at last about to assume material form.
Work has been prosecuted on turning the
bed of Turtle creek, which ran criss-cross
through the some 300 acres owned by the
company at Wall since last spring, and it
is at last completed enough to commence
the excavations for the roundhouse, ma
chine shops, paint shops, offices, etc, and
work will be commenced on them to-day.
Peter Mannas, a contractor br Philadel
phia, has charge of the excavations. P. P.
Eiley, a sub-contractor, arrived at
Wall last night with two cars of
men, .who have been working on
the Pennsylvania Railroad near Cone
maugh. Work will be commenced to-day
putting np sheds for them to live in while
making the excavations. About ten acres
have been cleared to commence with, and
more will be cleared as fast as wanted.
From 150 to 250 men will be at work before
the week is out.
The excavations will be completed in
about two months, and the work on the
buildings will be pushed as fast as possible.
Mr. J. T. Stewart is chief engineer in
charge of the whole work and W. A.
IMPROVEMENTS TO BE MADE.
The roundhouse will be in the form of
two-thirds of a circle and accommodate a
large number of engines. The shops will
have stalls for 52 cars, and when completed
all freight cars will be repaired here instead
of at Torrens, as at present. There will also
be a paint shop, office, turn-tables, etc.,
completely occupving the 300 acres.
When this is done, beside being a general
yard, all transfer freight will be brought
there instead of Twenty-eighth street, com
pletely taking all freight business away
from that point, except that of the Alle
gheny "Valley.leaving it free for a passenger
yard. The Pittsburg, "Virginia and Charles
ton track toBrinton has been double-tracked
and will be extended to the yards, giving
connections with both branches of the Pitts
bure, Virginia and Charleston, Lake Erie
and all their connections. The Ohio con
necting bridge, when completed, will be
utilized to transfer the freight from all of
the western points coming off the Eort
Wayne via the Pittsburg, Virginia and
Charleston to the yards.
ADVANTAGES TO THE CITY.
Thus no freight at all will pass directly
through the city. The yards at Wall will
also have connections with -the Baltimore
and Ohio at Brinton.
The change to the city will be of incalcu
lable benefit in more ways than
one, greatly reducing the dan
ger at Twentv-eighth street, which
has been a menace to the publio for years.
The delay in waiting for long freight trains
over the Eort Wayne to pass the crossing at
Eleventh street will also be avoided. The
whple tracks in the city will be given up to
passenger business and local freight. The
change will cost something; just how much
is not yet decided. The company has been
so crowded for room that it has been
forced to do something, with the result
Brown & Emory, the contractors in charge
of changing the course of Turtle creek on
the site of the yards, have had 250 men at
work since last spring, and at last com
pleted the job according to orders. It was
made the width of the steam shovel used,
and it was thought that it would wash itselt
out to the required channel.
TO WIDEN THE CHANNEL.
But it has not done so fast enough to suit
the officers of the road, and they have now
ordered the contractors to make it as wide
again. This will not hinder in any way
the work of the excavations and building.
The little town of Wall, barely having
600 inhabitants, has hardly yet awakened
to the possibilities of growth promised by
the location of the yards with its retinue of
freight men and other employes of the road.
The proprietor of the little hotel near the
depot said yesterday that the people have
not forgotten the agitation about the yards
in tHat place in 1872-which did not amount
to anything. When asked if there was
possibility of a large hotel being built he
smiled and said that people preferred to
The new Westinghouse air-brake works
at Wilmerding, but a short distance from
Wall, will employ about 5,000 men, and,
together with the shops and yards, promises
to give quite an impetus to the population
of that section.
Their Little Son Gone.
The friends of J. O. Mabold and wife,
Annie M. Mabold, sympathize with them
in the loss of their infant son, Edwin, who
died at the family-residence, 34 Federal
street, Allegheny, on Saturday. The funeral
took place yesterday. The child in its little
casket, surrounded with flowers, emblems of
love's last tribute, was beautiful, even in
Dragged by n Freight.
A workman in the National Tube Works
attempted to board a freight train on the
Pennsylvania road. "He fell to the ground,
and the cars, catching his clothes, dragged
him some feet. When picked up he was
insensible and badly hurt. He was taken
to the West Penn. Nobody seemed to
know his name.
Fine Ryo Whiskies.
All the leading brands of pure rye whis-J
ktes; also brandies, gin, rum, Kinimel, black
SCHUETZ, BENZIEHATJSEN & CO.,
100 and 102 Market St., cor. First ave.
Telephone 677. mwf
Ftjee American champagne, Cook's impe
rial, established reputation of over 25 years;
quarts and pints.
Schuetz, Benziehausen & Co.,
100 and 102 Market st., cor. First ave.
Island and Toledo catawba wines.
Schuetz, Bekziehattsen & Co.,
100 and 102 Market su, cor. First ave.
Telephone 677. irwr
Imported Ale nnd Porter.
Bass ale, Burke's bottling bass ale, Mc.
Mullin's bottling and Guinness' extra Bub
lin stout; pints by the. dozen. Telephone
Schuetz, Benziehausen & Co.,
100 and 102 Market St., cor. First ave.
Excursion to the Ocean.
The B. & O. K. B. will sell excursion
tickets to Atlantic City next Thursday, July
18. Bate $10 for the round trip, "tickets
good for 10 days. Trains leave depot at 8
A. M. and 920 P. M. Secure your parlor
and sleeping car accommodations at once.
For Medical Purposes.
Old Cognac brandies, pure blackberry
wine, genuine imported Gilka 'kummel,
genuine imported Boonekntnp of maag bit
ters, imported Holland gin.
Bchuetz, Benziehausen & Co.,
100 and 102 Market st, cor. First ave.
Telephone 677. JTwr
Father Sbeedy Tells How Nicely He and O,
Pnbtlc School Fared.
A very large and enthusiastic meeting of
delegates of the various Catholic organiza
tions of this city was held yesterday after
noon, in the hall of the-Duquesne school
the object being to make arrangements for
the laving of the cornerstone of the new
St. Mary of Mercy's parochial school. Mr.
John Donnelly presided, Dr. John Sullivan
acting jis secretary.
Bev. Father Sheedy explained the object
of the meeting, and during his remarks
referred to the great fuss that had been
created by the parochial school having
temporary quarters in the public school
building. The"' speaker stated that
they had spent a very pleas
ant year in' the bnilding, and
that there had never been a hitch of any
kind between the two schools; in fact, the
relations had always been most pleasant.
He had raised, outside of his own congrega
tion, $1,000 for the new school building, and
the largest part of this money came from
men who were non-Catholic, but who were
liberal minded, honest gentlemen; in fact,
his first subscription of $50 was from ,a
North of Ireland Protestant.
Captain George Kunkle, of the Southside,
who is at the bead of tin Knights of St.
George, was chosen Chief Marshal for the
parade, and the Secretary was instructed to
send a postal card to the pastor of each
Catholic church inviting the male members
of the congregation to participate in the par
ade, after which the meeting adjourned.
GLASS BDIERS C0M1KG IN.
The Salesmen at the IHonongahela Honse
Kept Basr Taking Orders.
A number of Eastern glass buyers arrived
last night and stopped at the Monongahela
House. In the partv were W. J. Burdett,
G.W. Ball, P. J. O'tf eil. S. G. Piece, Kew
York;, and T. Clarke, Philadelphia.
The salesmen have a fine display of all
kinds of glassware on exhibition, and the
orders are coming in rapidly. Mr. Boggs,
of the Bellaire Tumbler Works, said to-day
that the prospects for the trade are good.
The glass men think Pittsburg is a great
city tor buying.
Use Horsford's Acid Phosphate.
Dr. A. L. Zurker, Melrose, Minn., says: "It
produces a gratifying and remarkable regener
ating effect in a case of sunstroke."
Rhine Wine Bottled by G. W. Pabst
mann & Sohn, Mainz & Hochheim, Queen
Victoria, Berg, Marcobrunner,Budesheimer,
Hochheimer, Geisenheimer, Niersteiner,
SCHtTETZ, BENZIEHAUSEN & CO.,
100' and 102 Market St., cor. First, ave.
Telephone "677. M v7F
Fare Rye Whisky.
We desire to call the attention of the trade
to our stock of pure rye whiskies, which in
cludes all the leading brands ofj. Pennsyl
vania and Maryland. Guckenhimer, Gib
son, Large, Finch'a Golden Wedding, Dil
linger, Overholt, Sherwood and Hannisville,
made in various years, from the present year
up to the year 1869, which we offer at low
est pricer consistent with value.
SCHTTETZ, BeNZIEHATJSEN & CO.,
100 and 102 Market St., cor. First ave.
AMEKTINQ OF THE LIFE MANAGERS
of Western Pennsylvania Exposition
Society will be held in the Art room, second
floor of Hamilton building, FRIDAY. July 19,
18S9, at S o'clock P. jr., to consider the question
of issuing $200,000 in first mortgage bonds.
jyl5-3 JAS. W. BATCHELOR, Secretary.
VTOTICE THK ANNUAL MEETING OF
JLl the stockholders of the Pennsylvania
Manufacturing, Mining and Supply Company
will be held at their office. No. 1001 Penn ave
nue. Pittsburg, Pa., on WEDNESDAY, July
17. 1SS9. at 11 o'clock A. X.
I D. A STEVENSON. Secretary.
PlTTSBTJBO. July 11. 1889. jylMC-D
NOTICE TO TEACHERS-THE BOARD
of School Directors ot Findley township
Allegheny county, will meet at Imperial JULY
20, at 10 o'clock A. M.. to elect 11 teachers; term
7 months: wages 233 per mo.; applicants re
quested to be present at this meeting.
D. E. 8TONESIPHER, Secretary.
jyI3-34-MWB Clinton. Pa.
VIEW .YORK MILITARY ACADEMY.
Xv Cornwall-on-Hudson. Courses of study in
civil engineering, English and classics. Labor
atory, drawing room and field work. Beautiful
buildings, grounds, location. COL C. J.
WRIGHT, B. S., A. M SupU; BELDEN F.
HYATT. Comd't of Cadets. je!4-D
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.
ESTATE OF FRANK MAZZA, DECD
Notice is hereby given that letters of ad
ministration on the estate of Frank Mazza,
late of Allegheny. Pa., dee'd, have been Issued
to the undersigned. Persons indebted will
make mayment, and persons having claims
will present same to me.
Jel6-43-M No. 623 East Ohio st, Allegheny.
J. M. STONER, Bakewell Law Building.
ESTATE OF ROBERT SHANKEY. DE
CEASED Administrator's notice No
tice is hereby given that letters of administra
tion on tbe estate of Robert Shankey, late of
the Fourth ward, city of Allegheny, in the
county ot Allegheny and the State of Pennsyl
vania, deceased, have been granted to the un
dersigned, to whom all persons Indebted to Siid
estate are requested to make Immediate pay
ment, and those having claims or demands
against the same will make them known, with
out delay, to JOHN FRANCIS. Administra
tor, 10 Grantham street, Allegheny, Pa.
THSTATE -OF JOHN T. McKENNAN,
PJ deceased. Notice Is hereby given that
letters ot administration upon the estate of
John T. McKennan, late of the city of Pitts
burg, In the county of Allegheny, Pennsjl
vania, deceased, have been granted to the un
dersigned, 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 delav to WILLIAM McKENNAN. Jr.,
room IB, Bakewell Law Building, Pittsburg. Pa.
jy7-21-8. 15. 22. 29, anS. 12
OFFICE ARMENIA LvarKAMCE COMPANY,
65 Fourth ave.,
Pittsburg. Jnlv 1L 18S9.
DIVIDEND THE BOARD OF DIRECT
ORS have declared a semi-annual divi
dend of THREE DOLLARS per share, pay
able on demand. W. D. McGILL,
Manufacturers & Merchants Iks. Co., )
Office. 417 Wood street,
PITTSBURG, Pa., July 9. 1889.
DIVIDEND-THE BOARD OF DIRECT
ORS of this company have thi day de
clared a dividend of ?1 50 PER SHARE, pay
able on demand. WM. T. ADAIR.
The Ben Franklin Insurance Co.,
Or the City of Allegheny. Pa..
Allegheny. Jnlv la lssfl.
TNIVIDEND-THE DIRECTORS OF THIS
1 companyhave this dav declared a divi
dead of THREE PER CENT (1 50 ner share),
payable on demand. WM. A FORD,
Office of Pittsburg Tractios Co.. 1
o. 310 Fifth avenue.
BIVIDEND THE DIRECTORS OF THIS
company have declared a dividend of
E DOLLAR per share out ot the earnings
of the past six months, payable July 15. at Alle
gheny National Bauk. Transfer books will be,
closed from July 12 to 15, inclusive. W. Mc
CANDLESS, Treasurer. jyl036-l
Office Western Insurance Co..
Pittsburg, J cly 9. 1889.
DrVIDKNDNO.74.-THE BOARD OF DI
RECTORS have this day declared a divi
dend of THREE PER CENT or ONE DOL
LAR AND FIFTX" CENTS upon each share of
the capital stock. Payable on and after the
Uth Jnsu WM. P. HERBERT, Secretary.
mHE BOARD OF MANAGERS OF THE
J. Monontrahela Navigation Company have
this 6Uy 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 on and,
after the 15th Inst. W. BAKEWELL,
Pittsburg, July 11, 1889. Treasurer.
tS'Ditplay advcrtUementi one dollar ptr
tquare or one iruertion. CUutifled advertite
menu on thU page tuch at Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, ete ten eentx per line or each inter
tion, and none taken or leu ihanflly emit.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch OfiBces have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with Tax Dls-
THOMAS MCCAFKKKY, 35(,9 Butler street.
KMIL G. BTUCKEY. Stth street and l'enn ave.
E. G. BTUCKEY Jt CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton L
K. bTOKELY, Fifth Avenne Market House.
J. W. "WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTEK SHElBLER,Sth ay. & Alwood St.
JACOB SPOHN. No. 2 Canon street.
H. A.DONALDSON. 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAERCHEU, 60 Federal street.
H. J. McURIDE. Federal and Ohio ttryu.
FEED H. EGGEK3. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEU3 ft SON, Ohio and Chestnut SM.
J. T. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. "W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Braver ave.
PEKKYM.OLEIM. Kctx-cca and Allegheny sves.
WANTED-CAKE BAKEE TO WORK IN
daytime. Apply No. 211 FIFTH AVE.
ANTED-FIRST-CLASS BARBER AT HO-
iciiAnaerson barber shop. It. ULASSEIC
WANTED-A BAKBER -APPLY AT J. M.
KAUBACH'S, No. 4 Virgin alley, near
TJANTED-A GOOD BARRRRIMMEU1ATE
jV LT. Apply at 310 CUARTIERS ST.. Alle
ANTED-A GOOD BARBER AT2S F1FTJI
ave. J. SCHUE33LER, JrU-Z
V nd one helper at CENTRAL CARRIAGE
WORKS. M and 6 Twelfth St. Jy)5-28
ANTEU-A GLASS LABEL WRITER. ONE
accustomed to lettcrdros: labels. Address
WH1TALL. TATDM-4 CO., N. Y. City. JyI3-8S-D
"TTJANTED. BARBERS FOR CITY AND
.TV conntty Jobs. RObS W. BLACK. Dealers
In Barber Supplies, 80 Diamond St., Plttsbarjr.
ANTED TWO YOUNG MEN AS WAIT
EKS, ones speaking German and English
preferred. Apply at N O. 4 DIAMOND ALLEY.
ANTED-A YOUNG MAN FOR OFFICE
work; one familiar with typewriter; a per
manent position. Address IRON WORKS. DIs
patch office. JylS-11
ANTED-F1RST-CLASS Hit ASS MOLUER
can find permanent employment at the
KELLY ft JONES CO., 143 First ave., Pjr., or
Greentbnrg. Pa. Je29-36
WANTED-ONE HUNDRED MEN; STEADY
work laying water pipes In Allegheny City.
Inquire at the cor. of Stockton and Arch street of
T. M. SCANLON. JylS-28
WANTED A MAN OF MORAL HABITS,
located outside principal cities, to repre
sent an old house In his section; salary to begin,
170 per month: references. MANUFACTURER,
Lock Box 1610, N. Y. OC7-43-X
WAN TED-IMMEDIATELY-YOUNG MAN
about 19 years old to do office work; must
be a good writer and quick at figures: graduate of
High School preferred; reference required. Ad
dress LOCK BOX 1,010, city. JyI3-22
WANTED INSURANCE SOLICITOR OF
good address, and well acquainted with
manufacturers, to solicit new line. Employers
Protective lnsnrance;wlllpay liberal commission.
PITTSBURG COMPANY; Limited, 140 Fifth
W A K TED-MEN TO ATTEND NEW YORK
Cutting School: Urllng's actual measure
ment taught In all Its branches; the only true
system fitting any and all shapes: no trying on:
instructions, 10 A. M. to 4 P. M.; evening, 7 tot
F. X-; call or write for circular. 514 WOOD ST.,
Pittsburg, Pa. Jy9-9
TJA.NTED MAN-TO TAKE AGENCY OF
V our safes; size 3x13x18 inches: weight 600
lbs. : retail price f35; other sizes In proportion: rare
chance to create permanent business at home;
these safes meet demand never berore supplied by
other safe companies, as we are not governed by
the bare Pool. ALP1N E S AFE CO., Cincinnati. O.
-YT7 ANTED AGENTS TO HANDLE THE
Vv new patent chemical ink erasing pencil:
greatest novelty ever produced : erases ink In two
seconds: no abrasion of paper; 200 to 600 percent
Sroflt: one agent's sales amounted to 820 Co In st
ays: another 32 00 in. two hours; territory abso
lutely free: salary to good men: no ladles need an
swer; sample 35 cents. For terms and full partlc
nlnrs, address tbe manufacturers, J. W. SKIN
NER ft CO., Onalaska, Wis. Jyl4-21
ANTED-A HEALTHY WET NUESE AT1W
SHEFFIELD ST., Allegheny. J y 13-22
WASTE D-EXPERIENCED LAUNDRV
help at PEARL LAUNDRY CO., 2S and 27
Federal St.. Pittsburg. Jyl4-01
WANTED-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework, at No. S3 Madison avenue Alle
gheny. MRS. E. RROWN. Jyl5-
Stale nnd Female II do.
-TT-ANTED COOK AND CHAMBERMAID
V for small family, laundresses, cooks,cham
bermalds, dining room girls, nurses, house girls,
German and colored girls, waiters, drivers, farm
bands. MRS. E. THUMPbON, 6 and 8 Grant St.
WANTED AT ONCE-S0 LABORERS FOR
rolling mill and blast furnace, no strike; 40
farm hands and vegetable gardeners, man to
'drive and work about place, girls for all kinds of
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 Juil what we say. Address at
once STANDARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston.
-WTTANTED-ROOM AND BOARD IN PRIVATE
TT family for a young man. convenient to
East Liberty station; reference exchanged. Ad
dress R. E. P., DUpatch office. Jyl4-103
WANTED MORTGAGES. LARGE AND
small. ED W1TT1SH, 410 Grant St., Pitts
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, oyer H.000; 4 per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER ft CO.. (2 Fourth ayenue.
WANTKD--TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES, SSOO
to (600,000 at 4S, S and 8 per cent. JAS. W.
isjtAi-r. a w iz fouria ave., jruisourg. Tele
in large and small amounts at 4H. J and 8
per cent, free of State tax; no delay. REED B.
COYLEft CO.. 131 Fourth ave. my2I-0
TIJ-ANTED MORIGAGESt MORTGAGES1
TV On Pittsburg, Allegheny or suburban im
proved real estate; in sums of 8500 to S2O,00uand
npwiTd. at lowest rates. ALEXANDER ft LEU
313 Wood st. Jyl3-44-uvrs
-TTT"ANTED-TO LOAN 8300,000. IN AMOUNTS
TV or f 00 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4 percent, tree oftax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and 8 per cent. BLACK ft RAIRD,
66 Fourth avenue. seH-d28-o
TT on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
C per cent, and on larros In Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 8 per cent. 1. M. PEN NOCK ft
SON. 103 Fourth avenue.
-TrANTED-TO EOAN 00,000 ON MORT-
TT GAGES; 8100 and upward at 8 per cent;
toP0,000at 4K per cent on residences or business
property; also In ad
FRENCH, 125 Fourths
also in adjoining counties, d. xs.
WANTED-TEN THOUSAND PEOPLE TO
buy building lots at Ingram. GEO. JOHNS
TON, 61 Fourth ave. JyW-74
TT driving harness: also light pole: ranst bo
in good condition. Address A.. Dispatch office.
WANTED LADIES TO KNOW HAUGH ft
Kecnan repair, renntsh or upholster old
furniture promptly and In the best possible man
ner. 33 AND 31 WATER ST. 'Phone 1626. mrJ-S!
WANTED-CUSTOMERS FOR DIAMONDS,
gold and sliver watches, marble clocks, sil
verware, etc.. at 81 per week upward, at lau Fed
eral St., Allegheny. J. MITSCH. JelS-jnrrsu
-TTrANTM--'rOSTARTA.cMJI OF 42 MEM-
TT BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one In the clnb at 81 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX SOL and I will call and suow you the watch.
-TtTANTED-TO LOAN SM,CC0 ON MORT
VV GAGES In amounts to suit, either In city
or country, at to 6 per cent, as to security: no
delay. SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth
WANTEDBY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER. 98 Firth avenue. 1'lttsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at tt So per
dozen: photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous process. mhl3-3
WANTEDEVERYBODY WHO DESIRES TO
secure tbe nicest home location In the vicin
ity of Pittsburg, easily and quickly reached by
three lines of railroad, to call on me for tickets
for excursion to Groveland by Lake Erie Railroad
J my 18. C1IAS. SOMKK3,4aWoodst. JyM-U
FOB SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
R SALE-CENTER AVE.-A VERY DE3IR-
AI1LE modern 2-atorv brick honse of 8 rooms.
all In excellent repair: lot 24x163 ft. to Wylie ave. :
cheap to an early buyer. L M. PEN NOCK ft
SON, 105 Fourth aye. Jyl3-52-Mwa
FOR BALE-MT. WASHINGTON-ULYSSES
St. A choice home, well-built and nicely
finished 2-story frame bouse of 8 rooms, hall, ce
mented cellar: frame stable and out-buildings:
lot 114X116 ft. J. M. PENNOCK 4 SON. 105
Fourth avenne. Jyl3-52-MW8
East End Residences.
TTtOR SALE-EA8T END-riELLEFONTEST-A
X: nlso 2-story frame bouse or 7 rooms: good cel
lar, etc; lot 25x100 ft. Price only tiOOO. 1. M.
PEN I OCK ft SON, 105 Fourth ave. Jyl3-&MIWS
FOR SALE-ONLY H5W-WARD ST.. OAK
LAND, a 2-story and mansard brick dwell
ing or 8 rooms, hall, yestlbulc range, bath. Inside
w. c, etc., all modern, conveniences. Tills Is a
bargain In price as well as location. ULAC'H ft
RAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. (2D, 74.) Jy"-65
FOR SaLE-A COZY NfcW HOUSE IN THE
East End with large lot, good well or water: 6
rooms in house, natural gas. hall, cellar, porches,
marble mantels, etc, etc.; everything new and In
nice order: Immediate possession; small payment
down: balance monthly payments. JAS. W.
DRAPE ft CO., 1Z Fourth awnne, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE 83.230-MEYItAN AVE, OAK
LAND. 2-storvand mansard brick dwelllnr
of 8 rooms, hall, vestibule, range, bath. Inside
w. c. stationary wash stand, slate raantclj, tile
hearths, elegant gas fixtures, nicely papered.
front and back stalrb, front and rear porch, flag
.irb, irons ana rear porcn. oxr
BLACK ft RAIRD. 95 Fourth
ave. (2-D-70) Jyl3-47-MTTS
FOR SALE-ONLY A FEW NOW REMAIN
unsold of the very desirable eight-room
dwellings on Oakland square: the rapidity with
which sales hare been made shows the estimation
In which thty are held; durably 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 tbe notable advantage
of being but 15 to 20 minutes from the postoffice by
tbe Pittsburg Traction road; a cable loop, for
which an ordinance is now in Councils, will pass
within 100 feet or the square; prices 6, too and 86,
750; terms, moderate cash paymentand long time
on. balance. Apply to C. A. CHANCE on the
FOR SALE AT UAZELWOOD-A SNUG 2
story frame house of Brooms, cellar, etc.: ex
cellent water, healthy location: lot 30 ft. front on
a strectnear Hazclwood ave. and 120 ft. deeptprlce
II.6C0. 1. M. PENNOCK ft SON, 105 Fourth are.
FOR SALE-NOS. 97 AND 99' PREBLE AVE..
Allegheny, Z brick houses containing six
rooms each: lot 34x120 ft. to an alley. GEO.
JOHNSTON, AgL, 82 Fourth ave. Jyl4-57
FOR SALE-SMALL HOUSE OF 5 ROOMS
with lot i:K by about 200 leet: No. 152 Bridge
avenue. Allegheny: to be sold at auction on ac
count of whom It may concern on Monday after
noon. July 22. at 4o'clock,ln the Office of JAS. W.
DRAPE ft CO., Agents and Auctioneers, 129
Fourth, avenue, Pittsburg. Jyl3-57-MTnThS
FOR SALE-SEVERAL NEW HOUSES WITH
lots of different sizes, at Craiton. Pa.: de
lightful country houses: good bargains. J. R.
MURPHY, Dealer In Real Estate, office opposite
R. R. station, Crafton. J y 14-65
TTIOR SALE-ATMcKEESPORT-A SPLENDID
JJ property; cemraily located lot, 120 feet
front on Fifth avenue, and 140 feet deep to an al
ley, on which are8 brick and frame houses; a
solendld site for hotel: will pay handsomely. L
M. PENNOCK ft SON, 105 Fourth avenue.
T7H1R SALE-A FINESUBURBAN RESIDENCE
X with modern conveniences and fine large lot
with abundance ot fruit and shade trees near R.
R. station: a nice place for a home; worth at least
S3. CCO. but will be sold for about half its value.
Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO.. 129
Fourth ave., Pittsburg. JyI3-5l-D
OR SALE-SUBURBAN RESIDENCE AND 2
acres or ground with, rrnlt and shade trees.
shrubbery, flue water, etc. near tbe city on line
of railroad. 3 minutes' walk from R. R. station: a
beautiful property, cool and shady In tbe most
torrid weather. Particulars from J A3.W. DRAPE
ft CO.. 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. jyl3-65-D
FOR SALE A FINE' RESIDENCE AND
grounds near Sewickley, at Fair Oaks sta
tion. Pittsburg. FU Wayne ft Chicago Ral road:
over 4 acres of ground, all varieties) of fruit and
shade trees in great abundance; 2acres of lawn;
nice knoll with observatory on top, presenting a
vast expanse of river andi landscape scenery of
rare grandeur; an excellent dwelling honse of 11
rooms. Inside shutters and marble mantels
throughout, natural gas. furnace, washroom. Ice
house, large carriage house, stables, poultry bouse
and other needed outbuildings; the dwelling, out
baildlngs and lawn lighted with gas: delicious
water supplied by reservoir 50 feet higher than the
buildings, affording facilities for stationary wash
stands, lavatory, etc.; board walk from the sta
tion to the property; location unsurpassed for
beauty and healtnfnlness: only 5 minutes' walk
from the ststlon and quite near to tbe attractive
town of Sewickley, which, with Its fine academy
and other educational Interests, churches of the
various denominations, etc, offers all the ad
vantages of the cities: as the owner Intends to go
South no has resolved to offer the property at pub
lic sale on Tuesday. July 23, at 3 o'clock, on the
premises: terms to suit. Further particulars
from J. 51. STONER. 110 Diamond st, or on the
PREMISES, or JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO.. Agents
and Auctioneers, 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg,
Bend for descriptive circular. 1yl3-53-p
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE-700 LOTS ON THE NEW CABLE
line. Wylle ave. GEO. JOHNSTON, 62
Fourth ave. Jyl3-74
FOHSALE CITY LOTS-10LOT3 ON LIBERTY
ave., between Thirty-ninth and Fortieth sts.,
Pittsburg, Pa.: low and on long time. H.
FORBES. Wheeling, W. Va. Je22-35
17IOR SALE LOTS. LOTS. LOIS-NICE UUILD
? INGlotsIn Byrnes' nlan. Eighteenth ward,
and Patterson's plan. Mt.Washlngton: price low:
payments easy. I. M. PENNJJCK ft SON. 105
fcnarth s.v IvlT-A'r.ir
East End Lata.
FOR SALE LOTS-EAST END EDMUND
and Alder street. Twentieth, ward, 2 lots,
each 80x120 feet: deslrableand cbeap. 1. 31. PEN
NOCK ft SON, 1CS Fourth ave. Jyll 52-uvrs
FOR SALE BAUM GROVE LOTS: MOST DE
SIRABLE location In the East End; wide
flagstone sidewalks through the whole plan; se
cure colored plan from MELLON BROS., East
End.' or JOHN F. BAXTER, Agent, 512 Smith
field street. ' Jyl4-69-tw
TTHJR SALE LARGE EAST END BUILDING
J? sites, commanding a magnificent view of tbe
beantlful Liberty Valley; this handsome residence
place is situated on Linden ave. above Penn aye.,
convenient to P. R. R. and cable roads: very low
f rices and good location. BLACK ft BAIHD. 95
ourth ave. jyl0-3O-19,12.15,17.19,23,25.27,29,3t
XTOR SALE SSW WILL BUY THE LAST OF
X those very choice lots on Elyslan ave.. tuat
off Flftn ave.. at Point Breeze; to anyone wish
ing a desirable location to erect a home, where
the helghborhood Is good, and handy to cable and
it. it., tnis is me spot. EULiiLtijn ii.nui.fir.jt3.
6JJ3 SUtlon st, E. E. jyI2-9Jt
FOR SALE-CHEAP LOTS AT HAZEL WOOD,
close to station, nice and level and on line or
new electric road: some good bargains; sure en
hancement In a short time. BLACK ft RAIRD,
SSLFourth ave. JyI4-59-15,I7.I',53,2S,27
FOR SALE-LOTS AT HAZELWOOD AND
Glenwood. near the station: only 15 minutes
from new B. ft O. station. Smithfleld St.: graded
streets, sidewalks, city water, gas: 8300 to 1.0C0:
houses for sale, small payment down, balance In
monthly payments If desired: railroad fare,
monthly tickets, accents per trip. GEORGE C.
BURG WIN, 150 Fourth ave. Jcl6-71-Hwrssu ,
FOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS IN THE BLAIR
estate, within 3 to 5 minutes' walk of Hazel
wood and Glenwood stations; fine level lots re
quiring no grading or filling: wide street, city
water, gas, natural 'gas. sidewalks, pavements,
schools, stores, etc; on line of the electric street
car line now building; 10 minutes by the B. ft O.
R. R. from tbe new depot: all express trains stop;
monthly tickets, fare 64 cents: prlcesS125toJ!.xio;
10 per cent cash, balance long time; monthly pay
ments If desired. SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO.,
90 Fourth ave. Jyl4-16-ws
Allegheny Lots. (
FOR SALE ALLEGHENY. ON BELL AVE..
a nice lot 20x100 ft.r will sell cbeap. L M.
PENNOCK ft SON, 105 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avennes and Lombard street. Allegheny, In
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH MCN AUUHER, 43 N. Diamond sU
FORSALE-OBEXCHANGE-FAKM 12 ACRES
honse 5 rooms: good orchard: blacksmith
shop: near Carney station. P. It. R. ED. U1T
T1SH. 410 Grant St., Pittsburg. Pa. Jyl2-D
OR SALE FARM-HC00 WILL BUY A
snlendld farm of V) acres: nicely improved:
Is near Llvcrmorc Indiana Co.. W. P. R. R,
L .". PENNOCK ft SUN, 105 Fourth ave.
TJH)R SALK-AT INGRAM-27 ONE-ACRE
J lots in Murphy plan: price 8700 each lot.
GEO. JOHNSTON. 63 Fourth ave. J y 13-74
FOR SALE AT INGRAM-29 WOODLAWN
lots In Gordon plan; 10 minutes from station.
GEO. JOHr.aTON, fc Fourth ave. Jyl3-74
FOR SALE-AT INGRAM. SO LOVELY BUILD
ING lots In tbe Pit n ind Moore plan: 4 minutes
from station. GEO. tsUNSroN. 62 Fourth aye.
FUR SALE-ELEGANT LARGE, LEVEL,
shaded lots, on the Ohio river and three lines
of railroad, at Groveland: excursion to auction
sale, leaving at 9 A. Jt., city time by Lake Erie
Railroad, on Thursday, July IS. Call on me for
tickets. C1IAS. 30MEK3, 3IJ Wood St. Jy 13-53
FOB SALE-AT INGRAM, A FEWO THOSE
beantlful,rieeceralelota: pure":alr, "pure"
water: fruit and shade trees In abundance: none
can purchase any of this ground unless those who
will contract to pot np a good class of buildings.
For further particulars Inquire or GEO. JOHNS
TON. 62 Fourth ave. J y 13-74
TTIOR SALE ATLANTIC CITY.N. J. HOTELS,
r boarding houses, cottages, lots and bath
Conses to let or for sale by I. G. ADAMS ft-CO.,
real estate agents, R. est, ft Law Bdr., Atlantic
City. N. J. jeao-3-D
FOR SALE-A HARDWARE. STOVE.HOUSE
FURNISHING and tinware store. In a
neighboring manufacturing city, doing a good
f laying business! to a live man tbis is a good open
ng. Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO.,
129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. JylS-Sfl-uws
FOR SALE AN OLD-ESTABLISHED
grocery business In one of the bert thorough
fsres In Allegheny: the business Is In full run
ning condition and making money: bad health
the only reason tor selling: this Is an old stand
and Is a first-class opening: tbe stock Is nice and
clean and all salable. Particulars confidentially
from JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., '129 Fourth aye..
ITtOR SALE-iOO GROCERY. DRYGOODS.
? drug, china and notion stores: light manu
facturing business, paying well; feed store, ex
tensive and profitable bakery. Ice cream and con
fectionery boslness; cigar stores and confection
ery stores, all sizes and prices; fine restaurant and
dining rooms, printing office, butcher shop, mltk
depots, upholstery business, shoe stores, etc.
Free particulars. SHEPARD ft CO.. 54 Fifth are.
FOR SALE-SEVERAL VERY FINE BUSI
NESS properties fronting on the principal
streets and avenues or tne city. liiu. juii.-i-
STUN, 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. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agt.. 62 Fourth arc
FOR SALE A LARGE BUSINESS PROP
ERTY: substantial brick building covclng
the entire lot, running through from street to
Eived alley, and situate near Penn. avenue and
leventh: excellent place tor warehouse or for
storage purposes: will be sold at a rare bargain
on moderate payments. JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO.,
129 Fourth avenue. Pittsburg. jy3-54-D
TTHIR SALE-BLACKSMITH SHOP AND LOT
X? 25x50 feet with all necessary tools, : pair of
bellows, 2 anvils, a large assortment of manufac
tured horseshoes. Iron, scrap, stoye, etc. etc.,
on Oakland avenne between Fifth avenue and
Forbes street, Oakland, same stand occupied by
S. B. Macklc to be sold at public saleon Thursday
afternoon. July 18, at 2 o'clock, on the premises.
Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO.. 129
Fourth avenue Pittsburg. JylS-59-xnvTha
Will SALE MANUFACTURING SITE
X? River ayenue, 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 oa or address JOHN J. HOWLEY, 127 Fourth
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Iloraes. Vehicles. Live Stock, dec
T710R SALE-ONE OF THE FINEST, HAND
sj SOMESTand most pleasant driving horses In
the city. 7 years old. bright bay, 13 bands, trots
fast and single-foots under saddle; sound and
rlghtevery way. B. S., Dispatch office Jyl4-2S
FOR SALE-ONE FAMILY BAROUCHE, IN
good order, worth lloO. will be sold for 100;
also one phaeton 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 htm; one
sorrel horse 16 hands high, and racks under sad
dle and good worker: he is worth (300, but the
owner will take 3150: 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. JylS-'JJ
machinery ana metals.
TTIOR SALE 28x43 CORLISS ENGINE: ONLY
V run a year: can be seen In operation: price
on application; Worthlngton pumps, automatic
and plain slide valve engines, boilers, pipe and
fittings. J. A. MCCORMICK, 150 First aye.
TTHJB SALE SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
J? boilers; all sizes and styles kept In stock, from
4 to 100 b. p. tail refitted: good as new, at lowest
rices; mounted portable engines. 8 to 25 b. p.
-25 Park way. J. S. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa.
FOR SALE-CONTRACTORS' MACHINERY:
one 7xl2-lnch double engine double drum:
others large and small, with single or doable
friction drums; wire and manlla rope centrifugal
pnmps, etc; two 26x4S-lnch horizontal engines
wltliflywheelj. THOMAS CMtLIN'SbONS, cor.
Lacock and Sandusky sts.. Allegheny. Ial7-MVf r
FOR SALE-FEW 1100 SHARES AT 875 OF
trust company organizing; business estab
lished and paying 14 per cent. TRUSTS. Box 1306,
TO LET-SEVERAL VERY DESIRABLE 6
KOOMED dwellings; will rent low. JOHN
ALLEN. 621s Penn ave. JyS-28-Mwy
TO LET-ELEGANT HOUSE OF 11 ROOMS
and bathroom. 177 Third avenue near Grant
st. m,u. junaaiuj, atoann stc. jyi.t-.s
TO LEI VERY FINE HOUSE OF 10 ROOMS
and bathroom. No. 7 Center ayenue; rent
835 per month. -GEO. JOHNSTON, 62 Fourth aye
TO LET-NO. 1701 PENN AVE, DWELLING
of 8 rooms; owner pays natnral gas for fuel
and water rent: rent low. W. A. HEREON ft
SONS. 80 Fourth ave. Jyl0-44-Mwr
TO LET NO. 955 PENN AVE, CONTAIN
ING 11 rooms and bathroom: location ele
gant for dav boarders, or furnished rooms. G EO.
JOHNSTON, 62 Fourth ave. v J 7 13-74
East End Renloeneea.
TO LET-ON PARK AVENUE, EAST LIB
ERTY, new brick house of 7 rooms: natural
gas: rent. 820 per month. W. A. HERRON ft
SONS, 80 Fourth ave. JyK-44-Mwr
TO LET-FIFTH AVE.. NEAR CRAIG ST.
Completely furnished s-room residence, all
modern conveniences: elegant large lawn: moder
ate rent. SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO , 99 Fourth
TO LET-TWO 7-ROOM HOUSES JUST FIN
ISHED on Norman st., near head of
liuena Vista: batb. inside w. c. both gases,
electric bells, inside shutters, etc: rent 820 each.
Inquire of M. PRENTER, 1 Garrison St.. Alle
Offices. Dole ltoom. tc.
rpO LET-WELL LIGHTED OFFICE. NEWLY
l painted: elevator, Janitor service and al
modern conveniences. Apply to GERMAN1A
SAVINGS BANK, 423 Wood street. e23-68-D
TO LET FOUR LARGE OFFICES-SINGLE
or en suite. In the Standard bnilding. Mood
street, between Fifth and Sixth ayenues: com-
Blete In every detail: rent reasonable. See W. A.
1ERRON ft SONS, No. 80 Fourth avenue.
TOXET-OFF1CE ROOMS OR SUITES FOR
general business purposes In the new DIS
PATCH BUILDING. 75. 77 and 79 Diamond St.:
situation most central in tbe city: electilc light
included in rents, which are moderate. Apply
between 11 A. M. and 3 r. X. Je27-o)
TO LET-PENN BUILDING. PENN AVE.,
near Seventh St., offices single or en suite
In this elegant 8-story building: 2 Crane elevators,
heat and janitor services: rents exceptionally
low: floor plans at our office; we have also de
sirable offices In other good buildings. SAMUEL
W. BLACK ft CO.. 99 Fourth ave. Je29-32-D
TO LET-ONE OF THE FINEST MANU
FACTURING properties in the city: lonxJOO
feet, with railroad siding: a 125 horse power en
gine and machinery of different kinds: very large
floor space: this property will be leased at a mrre
nominal rent as a whole to one part, or divided
Into parts If desired. BLACK ft BAIRD, 95
Fourth aye. Jyl3-16-D
ERSONAL BOOKS! BOOKSI BOOKS I
New and old. ancient and modern, standard
and rare, legal, medical and scler.tlflc-30.X0 vol-
umns to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE,
900 Liberty st. - my3-28
TERSONAL WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIFE,
XT mother or daughters In repairing and clean
ing your old clothes, when It can be done for a
trifle by DICKSON, the Tailor, cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood St.. second floor? Charges moderate:
facilities unsurpassed: suits made to order; spring
styles now ready- Telephone 1658. .mhs,
X OST-SUNDAY MORNING. JULY 14. NEAR
l corner of Fifth and bouthHlland avenues,
gold watch and chain. Liberal reward will be
paid Hsime Is returned toR. S1EDLE ft SONS, 54
Fifth ave. Jyl5-9
LOST-FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 12 INST.,
on picnic train between Rock Point and
Franklin street, Allegheny, ladles' pocketbook,
containing between 845 and (50; liberal reward If
returned to W. D. McGILL, at No. 65 Fourth ave
nue Pittsburg, or NO. 6 FRANKLIN STREET,
Allegheny. J y 14-35
OHIO COUNTY BONDS-NOTICE 18
hereby Given that the Board of Commis
sioners of the county of Ohio, State of West
Virginia, will offer for sale 200.000 4K per cent
ten-thirty bonds, dated Jnly , 18S9. Interest
payable annually Jnlv 1. 150.000 of which will
be delivered July IS, 1SS9, $50,000 October I,
18S9, JSCOOO December 1, 1889, and $50,000 Feb
ruary 1, 1S90, accrued interest to be added.
Bealed bids for said bonds will be received (in
dorsed "Proposals tor Bonds") at tbe office of
tbe Board ot Commissioners of the county of
Ohio until MONDAY, July 15. 1SS9, at 10
o'clock A. M. No bids will be received at less
than par. The right is reserved to reject any
or all bids. P. B. DOBBINS. President.
CHARLES C WOODS, Clerk.
Monday; Tuesday and "Wednesday,
oiniuao ur nw xuxub.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
THE CREOLE,' ARTICLE 47.
THE SANDUSKY ST. BAPTIST BUN
DAY school will bold tbelr annual picnic
TUESDAY. July 18, at Rock Point,
Special train 836 Ai at. stopping; at Sewick
ley. Fair Oaks, New Brighton and Kenwood.
Tickets 40 cents. JJ15-10
Inn Westinohouse Am Brake Co.,1
TOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-PROPOS-JL
ALU will be received by thl company
until MONDAY NOON. July 22, 18S8. for tbo
erection ot fifty (50) frame dwelling booses
at Wilmerdlns station, Penn'a R. R. Plans
and specifications can be seen at the office of
tbe company on Robinson street, Allegheny,
and will be rally explained bv W. C. Ferguson.
The richt Is reserved to reject any or all bids.
Proposals to be marked M Wilnierdlnp Hones"
and addressed to tbe undersigned, O. MILLER,
Purchasing Acent, Westinghouse Air Brake
ORPHANS COURT SALE-ESTATE OP
John Wa;tner. deceased By vlrtne of an
order of the Orphans' Co rt of Allegheny
connty, tbe undersigned will offer at publio
sale on the premises, on TUESDAY, August 8,
1889, at 2 p. JL, the following real estate,. viz:
All that certain lot of ground situated former
ly in tbe borough of Mt. Washington, now in
the Thirty-second ward, of the city of Pit,s
bnrg, county of Allegheny, and State of Penn
sylvania, being lot No. 38, In A. P. Norton's
plan of lots, recorded in the Recorder's office
of said comity, in Plan Book. vol. 4, page 43,
and bonnded and described as follows, to wit:
Beginning on the westerly line of tbe new
Washington road at the corner of lot No. 35,
in said plan, thence along tbe line of said road
northwardly 27 8-100 feet to tbe corner of lot
No. 37, thence by tbe line of lot No. 37 west
wanlly 100 feet to the line of lot No. 43. thence
southwardly 23 feet to the corner of lot No. 35,
and thence by tbe line of said lot No. 35 east
wardly 9J feet, more or less, to tbe place of be
ginning, having thereon erected one two
story frame dwelling house with out bniidings.
Terms of sale Ten per cent down, 40 per
cent on confirmation of sale and the remainder
in one year, with Interest from confirmation.
secured by bond and mortgage on the premises
containing scl fa. and insurance clausps.
LAZEAR & ORR.
Attorneys, 400 Grant st, Pittsburg.
YELVET AND MOQUET, BODY AND
tapestry brnssels and ingrain carpets, tine
furniture and fancy goods at auction. TUES
oak, cherry and mahogany chamber suits,ward
robes, folding beds, dressing cases, chiffoniers,
bedsteads, washstands, tables, chairs, rocker,
glasses, bookcases, secretaries, cabinets, desks,
china closets, ball 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 goodsjanndryfurnishments, decorated
toilet ware, bedding, rugs, groceries, notions,
stoves, refrigerators, etc.. etc. Goods now on
exhibition. HENRY AUCTION CO., LIM,
BY JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.
AUCTION SALE OF BLACKSMITH'S
shop ( fitted with natnral gas) and lot
25x50 feet, with all the necessary tools for the
business, 2 sets of bellows, 2 anvils a large as
sortment of manufactured horseshoes, iron,
scrap, stove, eta, etc-, on Oakland avenne be
tween Fifth avenue and Forbes streer, Oak
land, same stand nccunled bv S. B. Mackie To
be sold on next THURSDAY AFTERNOON,
July 18, at 2 o'clock, on tbe premises.
Further particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE
tCO.. Auctioneers and Agents. 129 fourth,
avenue. Pittsburg. Jyl3-60-D
UCTION SALE MANUFACTURING
site. MONDAY MORNING. July 15. at
10 o'clock, on fie premises. River ave Alle
gheny, opposite new Thirtieth street bridge,
between P. t W. and W.P. RR.. lot 200x125,
large and substantially builtplaning mill, office
building, stable, etc.; will be sold with or with
out machinery: terms are halt cash, balance in
L 2 and 3 years. JNO. J. HOWLEY. 127
Fourth ave. Jyl3-39
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED
proposals will be received at the office of
City Controller until WEDNESDAY, tho 17tU
day of July, A. D. 1889. at 2 P. Jf., for the fol
Forbes street, lroin Brady street to Boyd
Cherry alley, from Third avenue to Water
State alley, from Wylie ayenue to Fifth
Scott alley, from Penn avenue to Duqnesne
Church alley, from Sixth avenue to Straw
Slocum 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 tbe above street and alleys to
be either of Standard Sheet Asphalt with
bituminous base or Vulcanite Asphalt.
Keystone street, from Fifty-fourth street to
PAVING AND CURBING.
Keystone street, from Stanton avenue to
URADING AND PAVING.
Dresden alley, from Fifty-second street to
Dresden alley, from Stanton avenue to Fifty
GRADING, PAV3NG AND CURBING.
South Twenty-eighth street, from East Car
son street to Jane street.
Mawbinney street, from south side of Forbea
street to a point 07 feet, more or less, south
wardly. Allen street, from Lillian street to Washing
Larkins alley, from South Twenty-fourth
street to South Twentv-flfth street.
Tbe paving of tbe 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-lnch pipe
Twenty-second street, from south side of
Railroad street to Allegheny river; IS-inch
Through and over private properties of
Margaret Hardie et al. and crossing Brooks.
Bates and Zulema streets, from Ward street
to a connection with Cunliffe run sewer; IS-inch
Harcum's alley, from South Twenty-third
street to south Twenty-fourth street; 15-inch
Fox street, from South' Twenty-fourth
street to South Twenty-third street; 15-inch
wallingford street, from Bldwell street to
Barton street: 15-inch pipe
Penn avenue and Braddock ayenue from
Linden avenne to Susquehanna street: 15, 18,
20 and 24-inch pipe
Plans and specifications can be seen and
blanks for bidding can be obtained at this
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.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Notice is hereby given that the copartner
ship heretofore existing between the under
signed, nnder the firm name of Hawks worth A
Manchester. Keystone Steam Boiler Works,
was this day dissolved by mutual consent. Alt
debts owing to tbe said firm are to be received
by Wm. Manchester, and all demands on the
said firm are to be paid by him.!
GEO. H. HAWKWORXH,
PITTSBURG, July 12, 18S9. jylt-2
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Notice U hereby given that the partner
ship lately .existing between tbe undersigned
under the hrm name.of Watters & Lawler, gen
eral contractors, Pittsburg. Pa., was dissolved
by mutual consent July 8, 1859. AU debts owing
to tbe said firm are to be received by Robert S.
Watters, and all demands on the said firm are
to be settled by him. No. 5S09 Penn avenue.
Pittsburg. ROBERT 8. WAITERS,
WM. L. LAWLER.
PrTTSBtnto.Jnly 8. 18S9. Jyl3-13-MWB
" A FTER TWO TRIALS."
FRED BEILSTEIN, 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 the same.
Mr. Beilstein can be seen at tbe Allegheny
market, where be has a botcher's stand.
DR. HURGOON treats all curable diseases.
Over 300 testimonials of your neighbors cured
at his office 47 Ohio st, Allegheny, Pa.
Consultation free jyl3
UNCAN a WHITE,
71 Diamond street,
Beepnd door above Smithfleld,
i ,E. LINKENHEIM
E45 Smithfleld street. Pittsburg, Pa. Frefheits)
Freund Building, second floor. mh24-80-JCWT
B AND 93 FIFXH AVENUE,
Pittsbnrg. Pa. ap30-7a-B
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