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'OPENING A NEW BOAD
Tlio McKeesport and Belle Vernon
Kailroad Through to Monon. City.
A GREAT DAY FOE VALLEY PEOPLE
Celebration of the First Train's mrriral
AS EYEXT TO HAND DOWN TO HISTORY
City fairly went wild
""yesterday over the
formal opening to that
point of the McKees
port and Belle Vernon
Eailroad. The event
was made a holiday
all along the line from
McKeesport to Monongahela
City, and the citizens of every
hamlet were ont with flatter
ing pocket handkerchiefs to
see the first train from Mc
Keesport through to Monon
City go by.
The citizens of the latter
place at a public meeting had
arranged all the details of the
ovation. The Reception
Committee, composed of
Mayor Robinson, M. Borland,
H. Sandeield. S. P. Keller, J. M. Grable,
T. S. McCurdy, John Blythe, Isaac Yohe,
Colonel Gregg, Adam Keil and other, went to
McKeesport early in tbe morning and at 9:20 A.
2L the train, with a special car attached for
tbe vMtors, left McKeesport. General Super
intendent and General Passenger and Freight
Agent J. C. Grooms were on tbe train and
pointed out tbe sigbts along tbe road.
Many Monongahela Citizen to Meet IL
DELEGATIONS ALONG THE LINE.
Among the McKeesport delegation were W.
S. Abbott, of tbe limes; James L. Devenny. of
tbe A'ctcs; J. B. Shale, Postmaster: W. J.
Sharpless; President Board of Trade; ex-Burgess
Tillbrook, ex-Burgess Alonzo Inskeep. J.
W. Bailie, Hon. A. B. Comes, TV. E. Harrison,
CoUDcilmen E. P. Douglass and R J. Black,and
Thomas Reynolds, a director of tbe road. Tbe
Council of Reynolton, a suburb of McKees
port, came in a body.
Tbe ride to Mouongahela City was througb
a beautiful section of country. Tbe air was
cool, and the trip a success in every way. Tbe
road bugs tbe left bank of the Mouongabela
river, giving on one side a view of tbe mount
ain Bide covered with forests, glens, rocks,
groves, etc Peeping througb tbe trees tbe
traveler ever and anon caicbes glimises ot
farm bouses in tbe more open portions, and
from Pollock to Monongahela City, a succes
sion of coal mines, with Uieir tracks laden with
care, are seen winding up the hillsides. There
is a large quarry at Frantz. wbere material for
grindstones is gotten out. At Lovedaie are
large coal mines.
Elizabeth, a borough of some 1,200 inhab
itants, is tbe first large town on tbe road. Here
another delegation of citizens boarded tbe
train. Among them were Burgess George V.
Roberts. IS. V. Blankenbeler, Clerk of Coun
cils: Josiah Specr, County Controller, and R.T.
Wiley, of the Elizabeth .fferalrf.
SCENERY ALONQ THE BOAS.
At East Elizabeth and O'Neil (tbe first sta
tion south) are large coal mines. The first sta
tion past O'Neil is at Lock No. Z. The land for
a half mile along tbe river front is owned
by Secretary of State James G. Blaine,
and is very valuable undeveloped coal land.
Bunola, a little station near which are O'Xeil
& Peterson's large coal mines, was named after
a brand of coffee and tbe sign presented by tbe
firm dealing in tbe coffee is over tbe door of
tbe station. Tbe citizens could not agree on a
name and preferred something out of tbe usual
order While they were in conference a man
picked up a package of coffee and suggested
tbe name of tbe coffee, "Bunola," which was
caught up and adopted by tbe citizens. Tbe
firm afterward sent the miners a gift ot 100
packages of coffee.
At Elkhorn, about two miles from Monon
gabela City, is a picnic ground called Sbebola
Glen, beveral Indian graves have been found
there. Local historians say that it was near
here that Queen Allquippa held her conference
with Washington. Washington at one time
surveyed tbe present site ot this road, for the
Goveinor of West Virginia, for a great Na
tional highway Some of those connected with
tbe road said that while excavating at one
point the steam shovel scooped up several In
dian graves, with the skeletons still well pre
ceded, and along with them a quantity of ar
rowheads and other implements of war.
TKEES GROWING IN BOCKS.
At another point along tbe road several trees
were seen, which bad grown through rocks.
Tbe description given is of tbe left bank of
the river going up. Across tbe river, along tbe
line of the Pittsburgh, Virginia & Charleston
Railroad, is a charming farming country, with
coal mines peering out between tbe hills. The
w bole scenery is superb, and Is not paralleled or
surpassed in tbe country.
TLe roadbed of tbe new road is very smooth,
tbe steel rails being well ballasted with rock
and slag. As tbe train sped alone; stopping
here and there. The DisrATCH reporter, in
company with other newspaper men, enjoyed
tbe view from the rear platform.
The train neared tbe outskirts of Mononga
hela City at about 10 o'clock, and was greeted
by the blowing of whistles and booming of
cannon, waving of handkerchief) ana a general
hurrah. Handkerchiefs fluttered from every
window, and even sheets were flung to the
breeze. The workmen in all tbe mills were out
to bcrald tbe approach of the train.
Tbe people seemed to have gone
wild with joy. As the population ot this
little city of 6,000 inhabitants were heralding
the advent of a new highway, the excess of
their joy carried the reporter in memorv back
to the time of tbo opening of Davis Island
dam. Tbe latter event could not have seemed
more significant to Pittsburg than tbe com
peting railroad does to Monongahela City.
As the train slonly pulled into Carrolton.
across the river from the city proper, it was
A CROWD OP CITIZENS.
Carriages were in waiting for the visitors and
tbe parade commenced. Passing over the
bridge, the carriages wound around the hills and
up to Walnut Farm, where the new city reser
voir is in course of constrnctlon. It is at an
elevation ot 10.3 feet above tbe street level,
near the river, and when done will have a
capacity of 1.O00.G00 gallons. The work is being
done by tbe Monongahela Water Company, a
From the rocn oir the visitors were driven
through tbe different streets of the city, ending
up at City Hall, where a general jubilee was
held. Colonel Chill W. Hazzard. editor or the
JirjmbUcan, was chairman. Mayor Robinson
read a welcome to the city. Superintendent
Ritchie made a short speech as a representative
of the railroad, after which the representa
tives of each place, as follows, made a few re
marksof congratulation: McKeesport, Messrs.
Ji. P. Douglass, 8harpless.Fillbrook, Captain A.
B. Camel; Rejnoltnn.Hev.McHrlde: Elizabeth.
Controller bpeer. Rev. J. J. Hill; Monongahela
City, ex-benator Lawrence, William Mc
Gregor and Colonel Chill Hazzard. Tbe tele
gram to the hotel, ordering tbe dinner for a
large number, was not received until late. and.
to fill in the time. Chill Hazzard talked against
time. "Joll Chill" was at the head of every
thing, and made all forget any unpleasantry
that might have marred the pleasure of some
THE BANQUET PROCEEDS.
When the hour bad turned to 1 p. t, and
Colonel Cbill had nearly run out of wind, the
hotel people gave the call for dinner, and
the hungry visitors rushjd for the Hotel
Wllgue, where an elegant repast had been pre
pared. The return to McKeesport. leaving Monon
gahelsZlty at 4 o'clock, was uneventful.
Now for something in regard to the cause of
all this jollification. The MeKcessort
JSP! " rt
and Belle Vernon Railroad, now, built
tn Monongahela City, about 11 miles from
McKeesport, is supposed to be one of Vander
bilt's extension schemes. It connects with the
"Femlcky' at McKeesport, the latter road
being, as is well known, an adjunct of tbo Lake
Erie. At present the prospective terminus is
Fayette Citv; but it is generally understood
that at no distant day it will be pushed Into
West Virginia and form a link with tbe West
Virginia Central from Fairmount to Morgan
town, the latter 'place being 80 miles from
PACTS ABOUT THE BOAD.
The road was commenced in 1887 and has
been in operation to Elizabeth since February.
Its present capitalization Is S6Q0.00O. Drake 4
Stratton, contractors, of New York, are doing
the work. Mr. Drake said yesterday that the
road was wholly a private enterprise, and that
no other company held stock in it, nor had any
arrangements been made to attach the road to
any sjstem. The lesources from which the line
is expected to uraw its revenue will consist in
the coal-carrying trade, stone quarries, etc. It
is thought that tbe road wdl also do away with
a good deal of river trade in coal.
Should It be extended into West
Virginia, an unlimited and heretofore unde
veloped coal and iron region will be tapped,
and, it is claimed, would work a revolution in
tbe iron ore trade.
The rolling stock of the company at present
consists of four locomotives, five passenger
roaches and 100 freight cars. Tbe officers of
the road ire: President, J. Wainwrigbt; Audi
tor. James Chamberlain; Treasurer, William
Wallace: Directors, Messrs. Wainwright. Lin
ton, Wallace. Thomas Reynolds. Edward Hous
ton, Benjamin Wood, J. M. Guffy. Jones. The
general office will be in Pittsburg, at No. Ill
Southslde OH and Gnu Development De
moralizing Farmer Agriculture
Thrown to the Winds.
It has often been said that to work a silver
mine ordinarily consumes the profits of a
gold mine. Whether this be true or not, it is
certain that, under our present knowledge of
mineralogy, geology, etc., the procuring of
some of earth's treasures is attended with ,
vast amount of cost and demoralization. Per
haps it is as well, as the frittering away of
treasure consequent not only disseminates it in
a measure among the needy, but possibly pre
vents its application to less useful purposes,
and though the greater part may be lost, yet
possibly worse results might accrue from con
Counting the waste from fire and other
causes, such as boring in dry territory, loss of
tools through Ignorant management and many
other things, it is doubtful if all the petroleum
ever produced has paid cost of production,
though, of course, combinations and individ
uals have grown immensely rich by handling it,
and a vast amount of employment has been
furnished in its development. The storing of
40,000.000 barrels surplus was also an Immense
waste from detenoratlon by evaporation.
Just at present there is considerable demoral
ization among farmers in tbe southslde of this
countv. Instead of studying bow to compete
with the agricultural products of the West and
South they are. many of tbem. oil-crazy and are
allowing their farms in a creat measure to lie
fallow, and it is said, and known tn be partially
true, that there are -farmers in Stowe, Robin
son, Chartiers and Moon townships that have
not only mortgaged their farms, but are actually
borrowing money to pay interest on the mort
gages. There is at present much interest attaching
to tbe well on tbe Moore farm in Robinson
township. From the best information attain
able, it appears that tbe oil output did not pay,
but the explorers found gas, and tbe present
agony is to determine the pressure, and that is
what it seems no fellow but tbe operators can
determine. Home say it is 120 pounds, while
others say 45a If the former, it is only good
for local consumption; if the latter It will pay
for piping. Some people opine that the Phila
delphia Company and others than the Standard
Oil Company are interested in not only sup
pressing information, but also in husbanding
the product, whatever it maybe. Tbe Utter
would be an exhibition of cood sense, as there
being a surplus of production it is good policy
to preserve as much known territory intact as
It is said tbe lessors are talking of surrender
ing leases. Others have expressed a disposition
to take the present lessors' places, and. several
parties having been making inquiries with ap
parent intention of purchasing territory out
right, some holders have become stiff in their
Coins to Johnstown.
The ladies of the G. A. R. Relief Committee
have decided to remove their headquarters to
Johnstown. They think the work of distribu
tion can be done better there than here. The
Ladies' Relief Committee distributed L000
nieces to 40 persons yesterday. The demand is
rapidly falling off. '
A Bridge Washed Awnv.
Tbe bridge on the Lake Erie over Brady's
run, below Fallston, was washed away yester
day morning. All trains were held for five
hours, and many suburban people lost a day's
When distressed and out of sorts, with a
low vitality and moody spirits.a good tonic,
such as Dr. Jayne's Tonic Vermifuge, will
often set the system in order, and assist
nature in maintaining normal strength. It
is the best medicine in the world for enring
worms in children, ridding their bodies of
pests which sap their constitutions, and
which, if unattended to, render their lives
miserable by their distressing symptoms.
When nsed as a tonic, the larger sized
bottles are cheapest.
Anolber ew Lot
Men's fine flannel shirts received this day.
Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
Perm Avenne Stores.
The beautiful effect of Jnbilante stop on
the Estey organs is peculiar to the Estey
make. It is very poorly imitated in a num
ber oi other makes, both in effect and name.
Don't allow yourself to be deceived, but get
the Estey at Hamilton's, 91 and 93 Fifth
Another New Lot
Men's fine flannel shirts received this day.
Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
In using this excellent brew of Frauen
heim & Vilsack, yon will be encouraging a
home industry. Call for it ttssu
Remnntt Week Thousands of Remnants
To be sold this week. The earlier in the
week you come the better.
Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Oft" to tbe Seashore.
Take the excursion on the B. & O. R. R.
to Atlantic City next Thursday, July 18,
at the extremely low rate, $10 for the round
trip; tickets good lor ten days; cood to stop
at Washington returning. Trains leave
depot at 8 A. M. and 9:20 p. M. Secure
your parlor and sleeping car accommoda
tions at once.
All Wool 30-Ccnt Qnnllty Summer Saltings
Now 25 Cent.
Ask for them in dress goods room, near
door. Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
A Dollar for a Cent.
The greatest thing out, Marvin's dollar
cake, a cent each. All grocers keep them,
and they are just what the children have
been crying for all summer. Don't let tbe
little darlings suffer any longer. ttssu
This Is Rcmnnnt Week All Over Ibe Store.
Laces, embroideries, ribbons, flannels,
wash goods, silks, dress goods. Come to
this all-week remnant sale.
Jos. Hokne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Here's Your Chnnce.
For one week only cabinet photos 89c per
dozen; bring the lainily at once. Lies'
popular gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st.
Fob low prices and easy terms of pay
ments on a strictly first-class piano or organ
go to Hamilton's, 91 and 93 Fifth avenue.
Remnant Prices In Oar Salt Department
On entire stock, ladies' and children's sum.
mer suits this Is remnant week.
Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
Penn Arum Store.
CHEAPER ORE HERE.
Such is the Significance of Edison's
A GREAT INVENTION EXPLAINED.
H. M. Curry, of Carnegie, Phipps & Co.,
Thinks It Means Much.
IT WILL TEND TO 1E8SEN FEEIGHT8
The latest invention of Thomas Alva Edi
son, the "Wizard of Menlo Park" (a magnet
ic ore separator), will be of great importance
to the iron manufacture ol this country, if
the invention be as successful as the experi
ments at Bechtelsviile, near Reading, indi
cate. These experiments were concluded
last Saturday, and the working of Mr. Edi
son's invention is explained in this way:
The rock containing tbe ore, after passing
through the crusher and being broken to
about the size of an egg, is conveyed in
small buckets and dumped into a large hop
per. From here it drops out in a small
stream down an incline ana passes within a few
inches of a powerful magnet. Tbis Is so heav
ily charged as to draw the iron ore from its
course into one channel, and the rock and other
foreign elements contained in tbe ore are per
mitted to pass through another channel to the
Mr. H. M. Curry, Vice Chairman of Carne
gie, Phipps A Co., when asked yesterday
wbat influence such an invention would have
on the iron market in-Pittsburg, said: "If the
invention shall prove a successful one. the ad
vantage to us cannot be calculated at present;
but it will undoubtedly be great. About nine
tenths of all iron ore shipped Into Pittsburg to
day comes from Lake Superior, for tbe simple
reason that tbe best iron ore is mined there.
What 1 mean by that is, tbe ore from
there contains the largest percentage of
iron. Of course it is a well-understood
fact that ore containing less
than 60 per cent of iron does not pay to be
shipped lor a distance of more than 400 or 600
miles, because tbe freighting would be too ex
pensive. That is tbe reason why Lake Superior
ore is tbe only quality we can use here to make
any profit at present.
"But. If this invention of Mr. Edison is to be
successful, iron ore from other places ran be
shipped to any part of tbe conntrv, because
when tbe magnetic separation has divided the
iron from other minerals and the required
metal can be sent anywhere, the iron supply
will, of course, be much larger, and the result
will be a falling off in price. The northern part
of New York produces a great deal of ore; but
it Is very lean material, and the magnetic
separator would at once bring it into our mar
ket. There are a number of other productive
places; for instance. Lake Cbamplain. All
these ores are good if tbev can be separated,
and on that account tbe fnvention is very im
portant." THE LATEST TRDXK LINE.
This Time President Corbln Will Connect
a Number of Roads.
It is now rumored that Austin Corbin, Presi
dent oi tbe Reading road, will establish another
line from New York to Chicago. The rumor
states that the Reading road will be used to
Rarrisburg and 100 miles of road will be built
to connect with the Pittsburg division of tbe
Baltimore and Ohio. The Ohio. Indiana and
Western, with its connections, will be used
from Columbus to Chicago. Between Pitts
burg and Columbus they will try to make run
ning arrangements with tbe Pittsburg and
Western and the Cleveland, Akron and Colum
bus. K0T TO CAYE IN AGAIN.
That Red Pond Drop, nnd the Burial of One
of Its Victims.
Chief BIgelow bas ordered cribbing to be
built over tbe well of tbe Red pond, so that it
will not clog tbe mouth of tbe sewer again.
Tbe injured men are doing well and will re
cover. William Daily, late of High street, tbo best
known of the victims a warm-hearted, kindly
fellow who supported a large family and is
mourned by a bost of warm personal friends,
will be buried this morning.
An Allegheny Firm Ha Gone Into the Con
Some progressive Allegheny people are boil
ing water for public use, which they sell for 3
cents a jug. The water is turned into a steam
in a large tank and then condensed, leaving it
minus all traces of animal life. Superintendent
Armstrong, of tbe water works, says be will put
in a meter, because it requires five gallons of
water to make one of the distilled.
To be Dlstribatrd at Last.
Judge Cummin has made Mr. W. R. Thomp
son bis banter for tbe 1300,000 to be distribnted
in Johnstown this week. Mr. Thompson said
yesterday he would get the money in New York,
and stay at Johnstown until it was paid out.
Sonnd Reanona for Approval.
There are several cogent reasons why the
medical profession recommend and tbe public
prefer Hostetter's Stomach Bitters above the
ordinary cathartics. It does not drencb and
weaken tbe bowels, but assists rather than
forces nature to act; It is botanic and safe; its
iction Is never preceded by an internal eartb-
Suakelike that produced by a drastic purga
re. For S3 years past it has been a household
remedy for liver, stomach and kidney troubles,
malaria and rheumatism.
For a few days only, greatest bargains in
onyx, fine French and American clocks,
silverware, etc. Rather than remove them
while making extensive repairs to our store,
will sell at cost and less than cost. No mis
representation. Call at once for big bargains
at J. P. Bteinmann's, 107 Federal st, Alle
gheny, Pa. TTSSU
Excursion to Atlantic City
Via the B. & O. R. R., next Thursday.
July 18. Rate $10 for the round trip;
tickets good for 10 days; good to stop off at
AYashington City returning. Train ot
Eastlake coaches and Pullman palace cars
will leave depot at 8 A. si. and 920 v. M.
Something new for the children this
week at Hendricks & Co.'s new photo par
lors, 68 Federal street, Allegheny. Cabi
nets $1 a dozen. ttssu
The charm of beauty Is beautlfnl hair. Se
cure It with Parker's Hair Balsam.
Parker's Oinger Tonic cures Inward pains.
A MEETING OF THE LIFE MANAGERS
or Western Pennsylvania Exposition
bocictv will be held in the Art room, second
floor of Hamilton building, FRIDAY. July 19,
1SS9, at 3 o'clock P. if., to consider tbe question
of issuing $200,000 in first mortgage bonds.
jyl53 JAS. W. BATCHELOR, Secretary.
-VTOT'CE-THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
JLM the stockholders of the Pennsylvania
Manufacturing, Mining and Supply Company
will be held at their oflice. No. 1004 Penn ave
nue. Pittsburg. Pa., on WEDNESDAY, July
17, lbS9, at 11 o'clock A. M.
D. A. STEVENSON, Secretary.
PittsbtjbO. July IL lb89. jylMO-p
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Notice is hereby given that tbe copartner
ship heretofore existing between tbe under
signed, under the firm name of Hawksworth &
Manchester, Keystone Steam Boiler Works,
was this day dissolved by mutual consent. All
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. HAWKSWORTH.
PITTSBURG. July 12, 18e9. Jyl4-2
u ueventa avenue.
Telephone 1314. se5-n60-rra
Clocks, jewelry, silverware. Fine watch and
clock repairing a specialty.
WILSON, 61 FOURTH AVENUE.
J. A. JACOBS,
96 Fourth avenue,
Jjlt-23-TTS Pittsburg. Pa.
. i'l1 ,"Vf' - ' i" 1 sal-is&KJ'' . ' . " . 1 jbasff -sCftil Jafc
MfDlrplay attverttaementi one dollar per
tquare or one insertion. Clauifled advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
To- Let, etc, ten cents per line for each inser
Hon, and none taken for lets ihpnjlfly cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the followingr places,
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 aro to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts wlthTniDls
rATCIL PITTS BUBO.
THOMAS MCCAFFKKY, 34 Butler street.
EMIL G. STUCKEY, S4tb street and l'enn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY ACO., Wylleave. and Fultoait.
M. STOKKIA'. Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. TV. WALLACE. 61Fenn avenue.
MCALLISTER &SHEIBLER,hav. ftAtwoodst.
JACOB SPOHN. No. SCarson street.
H. A.DONALDSON. 1707 Carson street
A. J. KAERCHEK, 89 Federal street.
H. J. McUKIDE. Federal and Ohio streets.
KKEDH. EGGEBS. 172 Ohio street
F. IL EGGEBS SON, Ohio and Chestnut st.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin ares.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver ares.
PEKltY M. OLEIM. Kebeeca and Allegheny aves.
WANTEU-A. GOOD BABBEH AT 2308 PENN
ave. JOHN H. SCHLOTT. Jyl8-87
to make views. Address N 0. 6M. Wells
ville, o. Jyw-w
W ANTKD-A GOOD BARBER ATH.MEHEB
MANN, JB,'S, No. 310 Chartiers St.. Alle
WANTED GOOD LABORING MEN ON
Carson street, near Fourth street. S. S. J.
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS MAN TO RUN
a molding machine. Apply to MURl'in A
-TTANTF1J-A WAGON BLACKSMITH. AP
W PLY cor. TWENTY-F1KST AND bMALL-
MAN STS., city. jyie-
WANTEU A FIRST-CLASS TILE AND
mantel setter. Apply to PITTSBURG TIL
IN G CO. . 213 Wood St. J y!6-M
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN FOR OFFICE
work; one familiar with typewriter: a per
manent position. Address IRON WORKS. Dis
WANTED A GOOD BARBER TO HELP
rnn shop for 10 days: good wages will be
paid; applv at once. CRAFT S. LIVINGSTON,
Indiana. Pa. Jyie-91
WANTED-A FEW YOUNG MEN OF GOOD
address who can come well recommended;
none others need apply. J. R. CUTTER, room 2,
1036 Penn ave. lylG-70
WANTED-FlRST-CLAbS BRASS MOLUER
can And permanent employment at the
KELLY & JONES CO., 143 First ave., Pg., or
Greensburg, l'. Je9-38
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS WHITE BAR
BER; good wages paid and steady work,and
a boy to learn trade Address J. A. BILLITTER,
No. m Market .t., McKeesport, Pa. jyie-34
WANTED-TWO BOOKKEEPERS: VOUCH
ER and regular systems; first place. 0
weekly; second, S15 weekly; No. 1 reierences.
W. tfoOLSLY, Lxpert Accountant, IG3 Fifth
avenue. J 16-38
TJANTED-A SOBER MARRIED MAN WITH.
V V OUT family able to care for and drive horses,
and willing to make himself useful on a small farm
in the hast End. Apply, with reference, to HoX
K, Dispatch office. JyJ6 63
powder and pore spices: gifts with goods;
coke workers, miners or mlllmun can makemoney
in their spare time. YAMASHUtO TEA CO., Si
Jackson St.. Allegheny, Pa. J&26-86-TTS
about 18 years old to do office work; must
be a good writer and oulek at fignres: grad aate of
High bebool preferred; reference required. Ad
dress LUCK BOX 1,010, city. Jyl3-S
WANTED INbURANCE SOLICITOR OF
good address, and well acquainted with
manufacturers, to solicit new line. Employers
Protective Insurance;wlllpay liberal commission.
PITTSBURG COMPANY, Limited, 140 Firth
WANTED-BAD WRITERS AT SMART'S
Eclectic Shorthand and Business College. 4
Sixth street. Pittsburg. Good penmanship taught
In a few lessons. Instruction thorough and pri
vate ror both sexes. College open dar and even
ing through summer. JylVttTTSSu
WANTED-SALESMEN-WE WISH A FEW
men to sell our goods by sample to the
wholesale and retail trade; on salary: largest
manufacturers In onrline; Inclose 2c stamp: wages
p per day: permanent position: money advanced
for wages, advertising, etc. CENTENNIAL
M'F'G. CO.. Cincinnati. O. JeS-1-TTSSu
WANTED-MEN TO ATTEND NEW YORK
Cutting School: Urilng's actual measure
ment taught In all its branches; tbe only true
system fitting any and all shapes: no trying on:
Instructions. 10 A. . to 4 r. M.; evening, 7 to J
r. h.; call or write ror circular. SHUOODbT..
Pittsburg, Pa. lyV-40
TTANTED-MAN-TO TAKE AGENCY OF
V our safes; size 28x19x13 inches; weight W0
lbs.: retail price f35; other sizes in proportion: rare
chance to create permanent buslaest- at home:
these safes meet demand never before supplied by
other safe companies, as we are not governed by
tbe Safe Pool. ALPINE BATE CO., Cincinnati, O.
TTTANTED AGENTS TO HANDLE THE
v. new patent chemical Ink erasing pencil:
greatest novelty everproduced: erases ink In two
seconds: no abrasion of paper; 200 to 500 percent
profit: one agent's sales amounted to fCM CO in six
days: another f32 00 In two hours; territory abso
lutely free; salary to good men: no ladles need an
swer, sample 3a cents. For terms and full partic
ulars, address tbe manufacturers,..!, V. BK1N
NER &CO., Onalaska, Wis. v JyH-2l
ANTED A HEALTHY WET NUESE ATI1S
DHtriuwui., Allegheny. Jyl3-23
WANTED-GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK OR
attending store. NO. 17S FIFTH AVE.
Apply Immediately- Jyi6-33
-TT7-ANTED - GERMAN LAUNDRY GIRL.
V Apply BOLEY'S HOTEL, 31 and 33 Dia
mond square, Pittsburg. JylG-78
WANTED-A YOUNG LADY. GRADUATE
of some good Institution, to teach English
Branches a few hours per day. Inquire at 64
UNION AVENUE, Allegheny, between 1:30 and
3.30 r . m. Jyis-47
Male and female flrln.
XTrANTED -COOK AND CHAMBERMAID
TV for small family, laundresses, cooks, cham
bermaids, dining room girls, nurses, house girls,
German and colored girls, waiters, drivers, rarm
hands. MRS. E. THOMPSON, 6 and 8 Grant St.
TTTANTED-1CO INSIDE LABORERS. 40 FARM
T t hands. 4 colored waiters, man to attend to a
horse and work about place, hotel cooks, cham
bermaids, dining room girls and dishwashers,
cooks and house girls. MEEH AN 'S, 643 Grant St.
maleorfemale. In eTenrrnmmnnltv.
goods staple: household necessity; sell at sight; no
peddling; salary paid promptly, and expenses ad
vanced, lull particulars and valuable sample
case free: we mean Jutt wbat we say. Address at
once STANDARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston.
WANTED-A POSITION AS ASSISTANT
bookkeeper: reference. Address W. D.,
-..-K-.h wu.bb. JTJO-H
ANTED SITUATION AS CASHIER
Four years' experience: good reference.
Address LADY B., Dispatch office. J y 16-32
T7-ANTED-T0 ARCHITECTS, BUILDERS,
TT etc. A first-class encaustic tile setter re-
3 ulres employment; floors, walls or (ellin?. Ad
ress J. L., Dispatch office. Jyl6-73
WANTED-SITTJATION BY A MAN, SIN
GLE, as general manservant: can take care
or horse and cow: has good knowledge of garden
ing and not afraid or any kind or work. Address
J. J., Dtspatcn office. JylD-40
V1JANTED-PARTNKB, WITH ABOUT 7E0.
V foralaundryneartheclty: no knowledge
of the business necessary, but must be steadv.
Apply or address LAUNDRY, 103 Carson st.,S.S.
"fTTANTED BOARDING FOR MARRIED
YV couple, with one child. Address, stating
terms. E. Z., Dispatch office. Jjl6-85
WANTED-BOARUING IN COUNTRY FOR
elderly lady and companion: good accom
modations and location. Address "IRON hi.,"
Dispatch office. Jyl6-4l-TTh
Boons, II onsen. Etc
WANTED-THREEOR FOUR GOOD ROOMS
ror light housekeeping for family or two;
(13 to (IS per mo. Address FRED, Dispatch office.
WANTED TO RENT ONE OF THE MOST
beautiful places in tbe Sewlckley Valley,
modern bouse often rooms with all tbe latest Im
provements; one acre of ground with stable: pos
session Immediately or October 1. Address for
particulars BOX24J, Sewlckley, Pa. JylS-il
-TTT-ANTED-MOKTG AGES-fl, 000, COOTO LO AN
Y V on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
6 percent, and on farms in Allegheny and adja
cent counties at (per cent. 1. IL PEN NOCK A
SON, 101 Fourth avenue. ap7-f41
WANTFD-TO LOAN 3M,000'ON MORT
GAGES; S100 and upward at per cent;
f5M,0OOat 4)4 per cent on residences or business
property; also In adjoining .counties. 8. H,
FKEN OH, 1 fourth avenue; ocl-e4-D
WANTED-RENTS TO COLLECT-MONTHLY
settlement, with Itemized statement. L.
U. FUAZ1ER, Forty-fifth and Butler sts. ,
"T7-ANTED-MORTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
YV In sums to suit at Vi, i and 6 per cent.
ALLES A BAILEY, 164 Fourth are. Tel. 167.
TrAJ,TED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
YV ERTY. oyer H000; 4M per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER CO., S2 Fourth avenue.
In large and small amounts at 4H. 3 and 6
per cent, free of State tax: no delay. REED B.
jiuls cm., 131 Fourtn ave.
TYTANTED MORTGAGES WE HAVE A
Y V large amount of money to loan at 5 per cent
on Improved city property. W. A. UERRON
BONS. 80 Fourth nve.
Y-.o, aj loarui nve.
Jy3-9-3j 8, 8, IS, 1 6, 20, 23, 27. 30
WANTED-MORIXJAGES IN LARGE AND
small amounts: we have a large amount ot
money to loan at S per cent. W. A. HLRRON &
SUNS, sulonrtb avenue.
WANTED RENTS TO COLLKCP AND
bouses to rent In all parts of both cities and
suburbs: established ISO. W. A. UERRON
bONS, 80 Fourth nve.
Jy3-8-3, 6. 9, 13,16.20, 23. 27.80
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY ON MOBT
GAGES on Improved real estate In sums of
SjOO and upward, for three or lire years, itX, i
and S per cent. L. O. FRAZ1ER, t ortv-flrth and
Butler sts. Jylo-4S-TTS
WANTED-TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
of (3,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4K percent, free or tax; also smaller
amounts at i and t per cent. BLACK & BAIRD,
CS Fourth avenue. scil-dJK-D
TTTANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
ii dozen (13) of Stewart A Co. fine cabinet
photos ror f 1, at SO and 82 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
WANTED LADIES TO KNOW HAUGH A
Kecnan repair, retlnlsh or upholster old
furniture promptly and In the best possible man
ner. 33 AN D 34 WAT ER ST. 'Phone 1626. iny9-82
T1TANTED-TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
TV BERS to secure a fine trotl watch for each
one In the club at tl 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX 301, and I will call and snow you the watch.
WANTED-BY PEARbON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER. 96 Filth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that be is making fine cabinets at 1 50 per
dozen: photos delivered when promised: lnstan
taneons process. mhl3-3
FOR SALE I3IPUOVED UEAL ESTATE.
F)RSALE-1,100-HARRI3ON ST, SEVEN
TELN1U ward, good frasie dwelllng,3rooms.
cellar, etc: lot 25x50 feet: terms easy. L. O.
FKAZIER, Forty-fifth and Butler sts. Jyl6-4S-TT8
FOR SALE ON TUNNEL ST.. NEAR
Fifth ave., property now renting to pay 7
per cent net on the price asked, with future en
hancement almost certain. Full information
from . A. HERRON & SONS, 8J Fourth ave.
L,-VIfc BALii!, O UlllUUC. HUU3U Ufl BIUVH.1
L1 Street, abore TwentT-thlrd. a the best and
pleasantest location on tbe Southslde: Sldnev
street being wide, newly paved and well Im
proved; houses, to be finished by August 1st,
bsve pressed brick and stone ornamental fronts,
and contain elgnt rooms, witn oath, 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: Smlthfield and Carson street ears
Eass within one square: terms, ILOOO cash, with
alance payable as arranged to suit purchaser.
Applv to BAKEWELL PHILLIPS. Dispatch
office. Fifth ave., city. 1e27-63-TTSu
Enst End Residences.
FOR SA1.L-FOR 1,300-ON EASY PAY
MENTS, a new and complete Oakland resi
dence. 9 rooms; only 15 minutes from P. o. via
cable line. For full particulars see W. A. HER
RON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth ave. 1e30-6S-2,6,9,12,16
square from cable line, new 2-story brick
dwelling, 8 rooms naU. bath. Inside shutters and
w. c. slate mantels, etc.; easy terms: a bargain.
SAMUkL W. BLACK & CO., 89 Fourth ave.
FOR S A L E-2,800-MIFFLIN ST.. SIX
TEENTH Ward, one square from traction
line, good, substantial frame dwelling, 6 rooms,
attic, nail, vestibule, side entrance, etc: lot20x
101 feet to alley: terms easy. L. O. FRAZ1ER,
Forty-fifth and Butler sts. jyl6-43-TTS
FOR SALE-ONLY HMO-WARD ST.. OAK
LAND, a 2-story and mansard brick dwell
ing or 8 rooms, hall, vestibule, range, bath. Inside
w. e , etc , all modern conveniences. Tills is a
bargain in price as well as location. BLACK St
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. (2 D, 74.) J y 14-53
FOR SALE-S2.7D0 GROSS ST., TWENTIETH
ward, convenient to station: new frame
dwelling. 5 rooms, finished attic hall, vestibule,
front andrear porches. Inside shutters, grained
and well finished all through; lot 21x100 feet; easy
payments. L. O. FRAZ1ER, Forty-fifth and But
ler sts. jy-4-TT8
OR SALE-H COO-EAST END DWELLING,
near Fifth avenue and cable line: corner nron-
erty on good street: new Queen Atfnestyle.6rooms,
bath, norcbe. inside shutters andw. c: natural
gas. etc.: all newly papered and decorated: lot 43
X1U0; easy terms. SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO.,
S9 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-ELEGANT NEW STONE RESI
DENCE of tbe most modern style of archi
tecture; finished with great taste and elegance:
beautifully located on Ellsworth are.. Bldwell
and Barton sts., Shadyslde. For full particulars
and Information see W. A. HERRON A SONS, 80
Fourth avenue. Jyl6-64-TTS
FOR 8ALE-S.2S0-MEYRAN AVE, OAK
LAND. 2-story and mansard brick dwelling
of 8 rooms, hall, vestibule, range, bath. Inside
w. c.. stationarvwash stand, slate mantels, tile
hearths, elegant gas fixtures, nicely papered,
front and back stafrb, Imnt and rear perch, flag
stone walks, etc. DLACK & BAIRD. 93 Fourth
ave. (t-D-70) Jyl3-47-MTTS
FOR SALE-ONLY A FEW NOW RtMAIN
unsold of the vary desirable eight-room
dwellings on Oakland square: the rapidity with
which sales hare been made shows the estimation
In which they are held; durably built and hand
somely finished, supplied with every modern con
.venlencc: standing on large lots and facing a
handsome park planted with beautlfnl shade
trees: these dwellings have the notable advantage
or 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 110 feet or the square: prices (0,(00 and ss,
750; terms, moderate cash pavmentnd longtime
on balance. Apnly to C A. CHANCE on the
FOR SALE-ON STOCKTON AVE.. NEAR
Arch. st.. very desirable residence property,
lot 26XX240 feet to Park way, with large dwelling.
14 rooms. W. A. HERRON & SON, No. 80 Fourth
are. . jy3-a-3,8.11,I3,16,20
FOR SALE ON NORTH AVENUE. ALLE
GHENY, elegant residence, corner lot, 30x170
feet: a commodious house of 14 rooms. In fine
order. W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth
lOR SALE-ONLY S7.000-FROPERTY ON
&. U.tW., IICK1 OMUUU.JkJT B... kvuu UflCft. UUUIO
oiBnnms, lnirosi, ana one oi rooms in rear,
now paying a good rent; good reasons for selling.
W. A. HERRON ASONS, No. 60 Fourth avenne.
TTHJR SALE SMALL HOUSE OF 5 ROOMS
1 with lot 12K by about 200 feet: No. 152 Bridge
avenue, Allegheny: to be sold at auction on ac
count orwhom it may concern on Monday after-
noun. uiyA ai o'ciocK,jn me omceoi aA3. w.
DRAPE A CO., Agents and Auctioneers. 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. Jyl3-57-MTuihs
FORSALE-A VERY NICE FRAME HOUSE
or 4 rooms, front porch, etc, with good lot
only 3 minutes' walk from Glenshaw station, P.
W. R. R.: price S80O; very cheap. C BER1NGER
& SON, 103 Fourth ave. Jyl-52-TT
FOB SALE-AFINESUBURBAN RESIDENCE
with modern conveniences and flue large lot
with abundance ot fruit and sbade trees near R.
R. station: a nice place for a home; worth at least
S3. 000, but will be sold for about half Its value.
Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.. 129
Fourth ave., Pittsburg. JyI3-5t-D
FOB SALE-VFRY, CHEAP ON ACCOUNT
or owner leaving the State, a small place or
ZX acres or good land with a four-roomed bouse,
stable and blacksmith shop: on a much-traveled
public road, nearFreeport, Westl'cnnR. 1!.: price
only $300 If sold at once; an excellent opportunity
fora blacksmith or wagon maker. C. BERING ER
A SON. 103 Fourth ave yl6-52-TT
FOU SALE LOTS.
East End Lots.
FOR SALE-11,400 WILL BUY TWO VERr
fine lots on Carver street. 20 and 22x100 feet to
2o-ft. alley: sewer paid. Anply to F. O. VAN
GORDER, 6014 Penn aVenue.EastEnd.Je27-67-TTS
FOR SALE UOMEWOOD LOTS. FROM 550
to 8050; this property Is selling fast and these
bargains are worthv of your consideration; look
at them before purchasing your home. MELLON
BROTHERS, 6349 Station st., E. E. jyl2-90-Tusu
EIOR DALE-BEAUTIFUL LEVEL LOTS IN
one or tbe most desirable locations In the
st End: convenient to both cable roads, P. R.
R. and other city conveniences; reasonably low
prices and terms to suit. BLACK & BAIKD, 95
Fourth ave. Jyl3-20-13. 16, IS, 20, 21,24,26,30
FOR SALE Jl.600 FOR ALL, THIRTEENTH
ward. Slots, each 24x100 feet, to alley, online
or new cable road, near Thirty-third street; this
lot will nearly double in value on completion or
tbe road. SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO.. 89
Fourth ave. Jyl6-58-TuWT
FOR SALE-OUR ORCHARD PLAN LOTS,
ranging In price from 11.500 to S3. oou, are tbe
eholcestln East TSnd for fine residence: tbe loca
tion between Negley and HUand aves. makes
them very desirable and it will pay von to Inspect
them before purchasing. MELLON BROTHERS,
6349 button su. E. E. )yl2-90-TUSU
FOR 8ALE-GILT-EDGK RESIDENCE EBOP
ERTY Where can you find better bargains
than In the Baum grove? Negley are. is fast be
coming tbe most fashionable thoroughfare from
Fifth ave. to Butler street: low prices and money
to build. MELLON HKOS.. 349 Button St., E.
E., or JOHN F. BAXTER, SB Smlthfield st,
TTIOB SALE-LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
J? avennes and Lombard street. Allegheny, In
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPHMCNAUUHEB, 48 mT, Diamond St.
FOR SALE LOT'S.
FORSALE CITY LOTS-IOLOTS ON LIBERTY
ave., between Thirty-ninth and Fortieth sts.,
Pittsburg, Pa.: low and on lone time. U.
FORBES. Wheeling, W.Va. e22-33
house & rooms: good orchard: blacksmith
shop: near Carney station, P. K. R. ED. Wir
T13H. 410 Grant st PitUbnrg, Pa. yl2-D
FOR SALE-OR EXCHANGE, A FARM NEAR
lkewood, N. J., tbe famous wlnterresort:
containing 125 acres. ln.excellenLstate of cultiva
tion; bnlldlngs or every description In perfect or
der: a pretty and productive home. Address
"FARM LIFE," Lakewood. N.J. lytt-80-Tursu
FOR SALE-ATLANTIC C1TY.N.J.-HOTELS,
boarding houses, cottages, lots and bath
houses to let or for sale by 1. G. ADAMS St CO.,
real estate agents, R. Est. A Law Bdg., Atlantic
Cltv. N. J. Je20-3-D
R SALE-A HANDSOME GROVE OF 5
acieafrontlnrthe New Brighton road and
near Lai'rel station on Ft. Wirne Railroad, five
milesrron Allegheny depot. C. BER1NGEU A
SON. 103 fourth are. It16-52-tt
iTOK. SALE BUSINESS.
TTORSALE A GOOD PAYING CIGAR STAND
J? In heart of tbe city. Address CIGARS. Dis
patch office. Jyl6-8S
TL?OR 8ALE HARNfcSS SHOP. STOCK. FIX
JJ TURES. lease: first-class cltv and country
trade. Address UARNEbS, Dispatch office.
FOR SALE-STOCK AND FIXTURES OF
grocery store, doing good business, in good
locality: also horse and wagon. Address STORE,
Dispatch office. JylS-75
-T7UJR SALE-DRUG BTORE IN A RAPIDLY
X" growing town online of railroad: nlco fresh
stock; good opening: trade principally prescrip
tion. Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE A CO.,
129 Fourth are.. PltUborg,
FOR SALE-A NO. 1 BUMNESS-WirH A
good market already established, consisting
of sewer pipe and brick works In a thriving town
near Pittsburg, with a full set of machinery for a
large and profitable business. CBERINGERA
BON, 103 Fourth ave. JylG-M-TT
TTIOR SALK-iOO GROCERY. DRYGOODS.
X 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
ery stores, all sizes and prices: fine resuurantand
dining rooms, printing office, butcher shop, milk
depots, upholstery business, shoe stores, etc.
Free particulars. SHEPARD & CO.. 54 Fifth are.
T7IOR BALE-THAT FINE MANUFACTURING
' site known as the Banner Mill. cor. Main and
Sycamore streets. Allegheny, with large substan
tial buildings, engines, boilers, pulleys, shafting,
etc.: location good: price low. Full Information
see W. A. HERRON A SONS, 80 Fourth arenue.
FOR SALE-A LARGE BUSINESS PROP
ERTY: substantial brick building cove'log
the entire lot, running through from street to
Eaved alley, and situate near Penn avenue and
leventbi excellent place lor warehouse or for
storage purposes: will be sold at a rare bargain
on moderate payments. JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO.,
129 Fourth avenue. Pittsburg. J J13-&4-D
IJiOR SALE MANUFACTURING SITE
V River avenne, Allegheny, between P. A W.
and W. P. R. K-, opposite new Thirtieth street
bridge; lot 250x125; one of the best locations ror
manufacturing purposes In the two cities. If not
sold this property will be offered at nubile sale
Monday, July 15. at 10 o'clock. For particulars
call on or address JOHN J. HOWLEY, 127 Fourth
FOR MALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Iloraes. Vehicle. Live Stock, etc
TTOR SALE A FINE SHETLAND PONY,
JD well broke for children to drive: can be seen
at 3306 Forbes St., OakUnd. W. H. WOOD.
FOR SALE-FRESH ARRIVAL OF 30 HEAD
or choice Kentucky horses by steamer Hud
son, consisting of fine drivers, saddlers, carriage
teams and fast roadsters; buyers requested to call
and examine stock at the stable or Jackman Ss
bons, 536 Penn ave. M.DUGAN. JylS-46
Machinery and Metals.
FOR SALE-CHEAP, YET DESIRABLE AL
LEGHENY building lots, as low as 8350, on
easv pavments: call or send for plans. W. A.
HERRON A SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
J e3O-70-3, 6, 9, 13, 1 6, 20, 23, 27, 30
FOR SALE-ONE SECOND-HAND TURNING
machine. 2 surfacers and 1 shaper, and new
and second-hand engines and boilers, lard ket
tles, tar tanks, bli'men valves, castings, etc
VELTE A MCDONALD, Thirty-second st. and
Penn ave. Jy2-91-TTS
FOR BALE-CHEAP-TWO BILLIARD AND
one pooh Address 105 West Federal St.,
Youngstown, O. 1yl6-60
FOR SALE-A NEARLY NEW ORGAN IN
good order and splendid toned: must be sold
at once at sacrifice price. Call or address No. 7
LOCUST ST., city. " Jyl6-66
FOR SALE-BAR FIXTURES NOW IN DU
QUESNE Hotel on account or our replacing
same with new ones. For price, .erms. etc.. In
quire of THE BRUNSWICK BALKE CULLEN
DER CO., 117 Firth arc. GEO. MEYER, Jr.,
PERSONAL BOOKS! BOOKS1 BOOKS I
New and old. ancient and modern, sundard
and rare, legal, medical and sclentlflc-30,'J00voI-umns
to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE,
900 Liberty st. my3-28
PERSONAL-WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIFE,
mother or daughters in repairing and clean
ing your old clothes, when it can be done fora
trifle by DICKSON, the Tailor, cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood St., second floor? Charges moderate:
facilities unsurpassed: suits madeto order: spring
styles now ready. Telephone 1558. mha
LOST-METWEEN FIFTH AVE. AND SOUTH
Twenty-first St.. gold-headed cane: owner's
name engraved on It. Finder will please return
to BRYCE BROS., Southslde. lv!6-42
NEW YORK" MILITARY ACADEMY,
Cornwall-on-Hudson. Courses of study In
civil eniclneerinc, English and classics. Labor
atory, drawing room and field work. Beautiful
buildings, grounds. location. COL. C. J.
WRIGHT, 15. S A. M Supt.; BELDxSN F.
HYATT. Comd't of Cadets. ielO-11
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.
LONGVIEW SCHOOL-FORMERLY HO
TEL Longview will be opened for tbe
reception of Summer boarders by July 1, 1889.
For circulars and information apply to
REV. JOHN G. MULHOLLAND,
KEBLE SCHOOL. SYRACUSE, N. .
Boarding School for Girls. Under the su
pervision of tbe Rt. Rev. F. D. Hnntington, 8.
T. D. Tbe nineteenth school year begins
Wednesday, September 11, 188U. References
Rt. Rev. ILC. Potter, D.DN.Y. Rev. Wm. R.
Huntington. D. D., Grace Cburcb, N. Y. City.
Pres. E. N. Potter. D. D., Geneva. N. Y. Hon.
Andrew D. White, Ithaca, N. Y. Apply to
MISS MARY J. JACKSON, Principal.
Pennsylvania Female College.
Situated in a beautiful park, on a commanding
platean. In tbe suburbs of Pittsburg, away from
city noise and dust. Unsurpassed for beauty and
healthfulness. Excellent facilities ror study of
Natural Sciences, Classics and Mathcmatlcs-ln
short, every department well equipped. The
completion or Dllworth Hall, conmrlslng new
chapel, commodious class rooms and additional
dormitories, has Increased capa"'ty and furnishes
faculties for thorough educational work of the
hlghrst.ordcr. Season opens September 11, 1339.
Early application Is desirable. For catalogues and
further Information apply to MISS HELEN E.
PELLETREAU, President, Plttsburg(EastEnd),
-VTOTICE-TO BUILDERS. PAINTERS
Sealed proposals for the remodeling, paint
ing and kalsomlnlng of the Ralston Sub
District School BuildlRg will be received up to
JULY 18, 1889. Specifications can be seen at
Frank Lutz' 8,1335 Penn ave. Tbe Board reserves
tbe ncht to relet any or all bids.
jylo-71 J. A. DONOVAN, Secretary.
1HE WZSTTNGEOUSE AIR BRAKE CO.,1
Pittsburg. Pa.. July 11. 1SS9. (
VfOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-PROPOS-Jv
ALS will be rereived by this company
until MONDAY NOON. July 22, 18S9. for the
erection of fifty (50) frame dwelling bouses
st Wtlmerdlng station, Penu'aR.R. Plans
and specifications can be seen at tbe office of
tbe company on Robinson street, Allegheny,
and will be fully explained bv W. C. Ferguson.
The right lsreservetl to reject any or all bids.
Proposals to be marked "Wilmerdlng Homes"
and addressed tn the undersigned, O. MILLER,
Purchasing Agent, Westingnousc Air Brake
Company. Jyl2 74-DSu
Office Central Board of Education, (
5is Market, st. (
OTICE TO PAINTERS AND CALCI
Sealed proposals forpaintlng and calclmlnlng,
to be done at the Central High School, will be
received at this office until S p. Jr., FRIDAY,
tbe 19th Inst. Specifications of the work to be
done can be teen at the office of C. M. Bart
berger, Architect, room 82, Lewis building.
Tbe Committee on High School reserves the
tight to reject any or all bids.
CHARLES HEISFAR, J&,
TO LET-BRICK HOUSE. NO. 142 CRAW
FORD St.. containing eight rooms. Including
two rooms In mansardr possession given Imme
diately. F.B. STONES, 415 Grant St., Room No.
fT!0 LET NO. 18 ANDERSON STREET, ALLE
JL GHENY, only 47a month. 19 rooms, late Im
provements. W.A. HERRON SL SONS. No. 80
Fourth ave. Jyl6-64-TT8
TO LET-ALLEGHF.NY NO. 24 ROBINSON
St., 8 rooms, S3); 139 Franklin st- 8 rooms.
837 50: Drum it., orooms. 815. A. LEGGATE A
SON, 31 Federal su, Allegheny. Jyl6-80
Offices. Dek Room. t:c
TO LET OFFICE ROOM ON GROUND
floor: large front window; on Wood St., near
Fourth ave. ALEXANDER A LEE, ,313 Y ood st.
rriO LET-WELL LIGHTED OFFICE, NEWLY
JL paluted: elevator, Janitor service and al
modern conveniences. Apply to GERMANIA
SAVINGS BANK, 423 Wood street. e2S-8-D
TO LET -OFFICE ROOMS OR SUITES FOR
general business purposes in the new DIS
PATCH BUILDING. 73. 77 and 79 Diamond St.:
situation most centra! in the city: electilc light
included in rents, which are moderate. Apply
between 11 A. M. and i r. X. Je27-80
TO LET-PESN 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 A CO.. 99 Fourth ave. je29-32-D
TO LET-BUSINESS OR WAREHOUSE-NO.
93 Third avenue, near Wood street: rent low.
. A. HERRON A SONS, No. 80 Fourth avenue.
alO LET-3-STORY BRICK STORE IN GOOD
. repair; both kinds of gas: central location:
rent very low. I. M. PENNOCK A SON. do. 105
Fourth are. JyI4-l-Tusu
TO LET-ONE OF THE FINEST MANU
FACTURING properties In the city: 100x300
feet, with railroad sldlng;a 13 horse power en
glne and machinery of different kinds: very large
floor space: this property will be leased at a mere
nominal rent as a whole to one part; or divided
Into parts If desired. BLACK A BAIRD, 95
Fourth are. JyI3-46-D
NOTICE THE SCHOOL BOARD OF
Scott township will hold their election of
teacher at Woodville, Chartiers Valley R. R.,
on SATURDAY. July 20, 1889. at IOa.31.;
term 7 months; salary for principal at Glen
dale $50 per month; other schools SS per
Allegheny County. Pa.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED
proposals will be received at the office nf
City Controller until WEDNESDAY, the 17tU
day of July, A. D. 1889. at 2 p. M., for the fol
Forbes street, lrom Brady street to Boyd
Cherry alley, from Third avenue to Water
State alley, from Wylie avenue to Fifth
Scott alley, from Penn avenue to Duqucsne
Cburcb alley, from Sixth avenne to Straw
Slocum alley, from Penn avenue to .Liberty
Strawberry alley, from Smitbdeld street to
PAVING AND CURBING.
Corday alley, from Pearl street to Cedar
1 The paving of the 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
Fifty-second street. ..
GRADING AND PAVING.
Dresden alley, from Fifty-second street to
Dresden alley, from Stanton avenue to Fifty
GRADING. PAVING AND CURBING.
South Twenty-eighth street, from East Car
son street to Jane street.
Mawbinney street, from south side of Forbes
street to a point 567 feet, more or less, south
wardly. Allen street, from Lillian street to Washing
Larkins alley, from South Twenty-fourth
street to South Twenty-fifth street.
The paying of the above named streets and
alleys to be either of Standard Sheet Asphalt
with bitnminous base. Vulcanite Asphalt,
Block Stone, Irregular Block Stone or Cobble
Stone, and bids wtU 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 riven 18-inch
Through and over private properties of
Margaret Hardie et al. and crossing Brook.
Bates and Zulema streets, from Ward street
to a connection with Cunliffe rnn sewer; 18-inch
Harcnm'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-lnch
IValUngford street, from Bldwell street to
Barton street; 15-inch pipe.
Penn avenue and Braddock avenue, from
Linden avenue to Susquehanna street: 15, 18,
20 and 24-inch pipe.
Plans and specifications can bo seen and
blanks for bidding can be obtained, at this
Each proposal must be accompanied by a
bond probated before the Ma or or City Clerk.
. The Department of Awards reserves tbe
right to reject any or all bids.
E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
ESTATE OF MARGARET J. CKOMLISH.
deceased Letters testamentary upon tbe
above estate having been granted to tbe
undersigned, all persons Indebted to said estate
will please make payment, and those haying
claims against tbe same present tbem to
NANCY C. ALKER, Hazelwood avenue, or
her attorney. MARSHALL BROWN. 157
Fourth avenne. Jy9-71-TU
ASSIGNEES' NOTICE COURT OF COM
MON Pleas No. L No. 482. December
term, 18S8. In re voluntary assignment of tbe
Farmers and Mechanics' Bank, of East Bir
mingham, to J. H. Sorg. L. S. Cunningham and
H. J. Berg, Jr. Notice is hereby given that the
assignees have filed their account in tbe above
entitled matter, and that tbe same will be al
lowed by tbe Court on WEDNESDAY, Jnly
3L 1889, and confirmed nisi, unless exceptions
are filed thereto. D. T. WA1 SON.
jjSMS-tu Attorney for the Assignees.
HARRY L. GOEHRINO, Attorney,
100 Diamond st.
ESTATEOF ADOLF SAUER. DECEASED.
Administrator's notice. Notice is hereby
given that letters of administration on the es
tate of Adolf Saner, late of tbe city of Pitts
burg, in tbe county ot Allegheny and the State
of Pennsylvania, deceased, have been granted
to tbe undersigned, to whom all persons In
debted to said estate are requested to make
immediate payment, and those having claims
or demands against the same will make them
known without delay to F. C. SAUEH, Admin
istrator, corner Sixth and Liberty street. Pitts
burg, Pa. Jyl&57.Tu
IN THE COURT OF QUARTER SES
SIONS of Allegheny county. Notice is
hereby given that on tbe 27th day of July, A.
D. 1889. at 10 o'clock A. M.. the Court will hear
the application of Samuel Tscbnme for a trans
fer to William Beilsteln of bottler's license
heretofore granted to said Samuel Tschume,
at No. 1330 March Sessions. 1889, and running
to May 1, 1890, to bottle liquor at No. Saw
Mill Valley Plankroad, Tenth ward. Allegheny
City, at which bearing the parties opposing
said transfer mav appear and they will be
heard. D. K. McGUNNEGLE. Clerk of the
Court of Quarter Sessions. Jyl6-55
-VTOTICE-1N THE COURT OF QUARTER
JM Sessions of tne Peace of Allegheny
In re application of Thomas Gamble, No. 403
Ferry street. First ward, Pittsburg, for trans
fer of wholesale liquor dealer's license to
Meyer Rosenthal, No. 1,193 March term, 1839.
Notice Is hereby given that said conrt has fixed
Saturday, 27th of July, 1889, at 10 A. X.. as the
time for bearing ot tbe application of Thomas
Gamble for transfer of his license as a whole
sale liquor dealer for the house anil place of
business, Nu. 403 Ferry street. First ward,
Pittsburg, to Meyer Ro-enthal, at which time
the parties in interest and nil persons having
any objections thereto will be heard.
D. K. McGUNNEGLE,
jylo-33 Clerk of Courts.
IN RE APPLICATION OF J. M. HAMMEL.
for transfer of hi wholesale liquor license
to John M. Haramel & Co. Court of Quarter
Session of Allegheny Connty, No. 1291, March
session, 1889. Notice 1 hereby given that on
tbe 13th day of July. IS89, application was made
to said court by J. M. HaiumeL Of the Twenty
eighth ward. Pittsburg, for leave to transfer
unto J. M. Hamtnel ami Edward J. Klrsch. co
partners as John M. Hammel Co., of said
ward, a certiin license to sell liquors at whole
sale, heretofore granted said J. M. Hammel at
above number and term of said court, for tbo
bnllding situate on the southeast corner of
South Fifteenth and Bingham streets, Twenty
elghth A? rd. Pittsburg, for the year expiring
May L JsV'. and that the Court has fixed Satur
day. Jnly 27, 1889, at 10 o'clock A. M-, for bear
ing said application.
D. K. MCGUNNEGLE,
jyl8-a Clerk of Courts.
ADJOURNED ASSIONEES' SALE-THE
glassworks at the bead of South Four
teenth st. Twenty-eighth ward, Pittsburg, in
cluding 8 building lots, on which the works are
erected, will be offered for sale, on, the premi
ses, at public anctlnn, by the undersigned as
signees of tbe Farmers and Mechanics' Bank,
of East Birmingham, on THURSDAY. August
L 1889, at 9 o'clock A. M. Tbe same will be
offered as a whole, and If not sold then. In such
Earcels as will suit purchasers present. The
ulldings. machinery, steam boiler and other
materials on the said premises will, in ths
latter event, be sold, to be removed from the
said lots within 30 days from the day of sale.
Terms of sale: 10 per cent of all purchase
money on day of sale, one-third when deed is
delivered. In two equal annual payments, with
interest payable annually from date of deed
and secured by tight 'bonds and mortgage on
the premises sold. The balance of purchase
money on materials and machinery within 20
days from day of sale.
J. H. SORG,
H. L BERG. JR..
L. H. CUNINOHAjr,
Assignees of the Farmers and Mecb. Bank.
YELVET AND MOQUET, BODY AND
tapestry brnssels and ingrain carpets, fine
furniture and fancv goods at anction, TUES
DAY. July 16,lS89,at 10 o'clock A.M. Fine walnut,
oak. cberry and mahogany chamber snlts,ward
robes, folding beds, dressing cases, chiffonier,
bedsteads, wasbstands. tables, chairs, rockers,
glasses, bookcases, secretaries, cabinets, desks,
cbina closets, ball racks, extension tables, bed
lounges, sideboards, buffet, side tables, odd
pieces, parlor furniture, full line of handsome
croup parlor suits, pictures, bric-a-brac, cbina,
glass and silverware, curtains, cornices, shades,
lambrequins, rugs, linoleum, clocks. lamps,
kitchen goods,lanndry furnishments, decorated
toilet ware, bedding, ruzs, groceries, notions,
stoves, refrigerators, etc. etc. Goods now on
exhibition. HENRY AUCTION CO.. LIM
AUCTION SALE 3 SUBSTANlIAls
J brick dwelling. No. 293 WeDater ave:,
SATURDAY, July 20. 1889, at 3 o'clock P. st, on
the premise, one 2 story brick of 5 rooms In
the front; also 2 bricks in the rear, of 3 rooms
each; all In good repair; lot 20x120; terms made
known at sale. BLACK & BAIRD.
Jyl3-45-TTS 95 Fourth ave. 2-E-78L
Office Armenia Insurance Company, 1
65 Fourth ave.,
PiTTSBUr.G. Jnly IL, 1889. )
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 Ins. Co.,1
Office. 417 Wood street.
PlTTSBURO, Pa., July 9. 1S89.)
DIVIDEND THE BOARD OF DIRECT
ORS or this company have thi day de
clared a dividend of 51 SO PER SHARE, pay
able on demand. WM. T. ADAIR.
The Ben Frankun Insurance Co
Of the City of Allegheny. Pa.
Ar.T.nTf EST. Jnlv 10. 18S9 I
DIVIDEND THE DIRECTORS OF THIS
company have this day declared, a dlvl
dend of THREE PER CENT (SI 50 per share),
payable on demand. WM. A. FORD,
Office of Piithburq Traction Co.. 1
N o. 310 Fifth avenue.
DIVIDEND THE DIRECTORS OF THIS
company have declared a dividend of
ONE DOLLAR per share ont of tbe earnings
of tbe past six months, payable July 15. "at Alle
gheny National Bank. Transfer books will be
c!oed from Jniy 12 to 15, inclusive. W. MC
CANDLESS, Treasurer. jyl038-D
Office Western Insurance Co-
Pittsburg, J nly 9. 1889.
DIVIDEND NO. 7i THE BOARD OF DI
RECTORS have thi nay declared a divi
dend of THREE PER CENT or ONE DOL
LAR AND FIFTY" CENTS upon each share of
the capital stock. Payable on and after the
lltb Inst. WM. P. HERBERT, Secretary.
rpHE BOARD OF MANAGERS OFTHE
J. Monongahela Navigation Company have
tfiis day declired a dividend on the capital
Stock of THREE DOLLARS PER SHARE
for tbe past six months, payable to tbe stock
holders or their legal repreentatlves on and
alter the 15th inst. W. BAKEWELL,
Pittsburg, July U, 1SS9. Treasurer.
Does this weather suggest living in the
suburbs, -where it is possible to get away
from the hot sidewalks and close rooms
of the city ?
We toller you choice, large lots, 50 to
60 feet wide and 125 to 140 feet deep on
your own terms, in Swissvale Place,
at Swissvale, and fire minutes from
Edgcwood stations. 61 trains daily.
Sidewalks, also water and natural gas
mains through the property.
Prices $100 to $1,000, according to
size and location.
Terms, 10 per cent for first payment
and balance on weekly or monthly pay
The prices, sizes, location and sur
roundings of these lots commend them
as a most desirable investment.
A representative of this office will be
on the ground on the afternoons of
Thursday, Saturday and Monday, to
show the property to visitors. Get plans
on application to
99 FOURTH AVENUE.
WOOD MANTELS. CEILINGS
Manufacturers and Importers of Fino Furni
ture, Curtains and Ornaments.
Designs and estimate submitted for complete
TRYMBY. HUNT A CO..
1219 and 1221 Market St,
Jy9-7(J-TUF Philadelphia, Pa.
Of all kinds of wearing apparel, such as dresess,
tea gowns and wrappers. Also Turkish, Mad
ras and portier curtains, lambrequins, table
covers, mantel scarfs, tidies and all other tex
tile fabrics dry cleaned at the
BIXTH AVENUE DYE WORKS,
M. MAY SONS & Co.
66 SIXTH AVE.
Goods called for and delivered. Jell-TTi,
mHE FOLLOWING COPIES OF RECEIPTS
I speak for themselves:
Received Johnstown. Jnne 10. 1889. of the
citizens of Duqnesne. Pa,through Wm. Oliver,
II2S 77 for the relief fund Johnstown snfferers.
(Signed.) JOHN D. ROBEfwTS. Asst. Treas.
Johnstown, July 13. 1889. Received the
further amount of $45 from the citizens of
(Signed.) JOHN D. ROBERTS. Asst. Treas.
Johnstown. July 13, 1SS9. Received the
further amount of 45 10 from tbe employes
of the Duqnesne Tube Works.
(Signed.) JOHN D. ROBERTS. Asst. Treas.
" A FTER TWO TRIALS."
FRED BEILSTEIN, of Spring Garden av&,
was relieved of a large tapeworm by Dr. Bur
goon on JulyO. after having treated with two
other physicians for the same.
Mr. Beilsteln can be seen at the Allegheny
market, where he bas a batcher's stana.
DR.BURGOON treats all curable diseases.
Over300 testimonials of your neighbors cured
at his office. 47 Ohio st, Allegheny, Pa.
Consultation free. lyU
.1 AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-7i-B
Waiter j. Osbousne. kiciiard harrows.
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JO Diamond street;
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