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That is Yhat the Sum of $1,700,000
is Intended to Represent,
ACCORDING TO MR. JAMES B. SCOTT.
Pittsbnr? Turns Over $400,000 to the State
TOE DISTRIBUTION IN TAB TALLEI
Mr. James B. Scott wrote to Mr. Ogden,
a partner of John "Wanamaker, and mem
ber of the State Flood Commission, and Sec
retary Kremer, for some explanation of the
statement that $1,700,000 had been expended
in the Conemaugh Valley. Mr. Scott yes
terday received replies from both gentlemen,
but their answers are unsatisfactory, and for
the present will only increase the muddle.
For this reason Mr. Scott declined to hare
Mr. Kremer, in his letter, said that the
statement was not official, and the figures
were notobtained from him. Like Mr. Scott,
be felt sore tbat the amount did not represent
money expended in the valley, bat included
everything that went in there and had been
done to alleviate the suffering. Mr. Ogden ad
mitted the statement was indefinite, and his
explanation was somewhat similar to Mr.
. COMPLICATED SOMEWHAT.
Mr. Scott said: "I think the people will un
derstand what this amonnt means when they
know that it is only a guess and is not official.
Governor Beaver's idea undoubtedly was to
show the great generosity of the people, and
he attempted to convert into money what had
been contributed in the way of clothing, food,
etc. Of course, anyone can see that
it is a difficult matter to esti
mate how much in money has been contributed
in material form. That 51,700,000 does
not represent expenditures, and it
was a mistake to use such a
word in this connection. People no doubt
wonder why a detailed statement is not given
at once, and thus clear up the whole matter,
-but that is easily explained. What has been
turned into the valley comes from various
sources, as the Philadelphia and Pittsburg
committees and the btate for example. Each
of these sources has bills yet to be paid, and
until these came in and the business is closed
up no one can tell what has been done, or what
the sum will be when itemized.
"I understand the people ofJohnstawn think
it funny that a local man was not appointed on
the commission. The fact Is the Oo ernor sent
four commissions to as many men in the town,
and they all declined to serve. He finally got
tired of asking tbeni, and nobody will blame
him when the truth is known."
Mr. David Robinson said everything would
come out all right in the end. and the people
crj ing fraud now will be ashamed of them
selves. Mr. Ogden also in his letter to Mr. Scott saj s
that he sent the statement to Mayor Grant,
and the New York committee telegraphed back
credit to the Governor for J3.Mhi.000. lie
thought this didn'riook as if the New York
people had lost faith in the commission.
riTTSBUKQ'S COMMITTEE MEETS.
The Citizens' Belief Committee of Pittsburg
held a meeting in the -Chamber of Commerce
building j esterday. Messrs. McCreery, Miller,
Prick, McCrea, David Robinson and YV. R.
Thompson, with S. S. Marvin and James 11.
Scott, were present. The committee is anxious
to close out the business as soon as po-sible,
and to this end ordered (400,000 to be turned
over by Treasurer Thompson to4he State Com
mission to distribute among the sufferers.
The committee has 525,000 altogether, and the
balance is held to pay off outstanding
bills. About 2100,000 additional will be given to
the State Commission. One thousand five
hundred dollars was appropriated to the
Ladies' Committee to pay oil immediate debts,
with the understanding that no more requisi
tions forsupplies were to be made on the com
mittee. They will refer their needs in the
future to the State Commission or Johnstown
. Clara Barton, in a letter, wanted to know
where she could secure beds and straw. Mr.
Robinson stated they had plenty of both In
Johnstown, and the lady could get them there.
The Subsistence Committee was Instructed
to make a statement of its claim on the com
mittee as soon as possible, so that a detailed
statement can be given to the public
A letter was received from Cyrus Elder in
behalf of Mr. McMillan, Piesident of the
Cambria Iron Works, in which he states that
the latter gentleman says he is not dissatisfied
with the plans of the commission, as repotted.
He states efforts are being made to pick up a
row in certain quarters, but he assures the
committee that the Finance Committee will
not be a party to it.
SOME TOTALS GIVEN.
Judge Cummins will distribute $500,000 among
the sufferers this week, and Pittsburg's $400,
000 will soon reach the State Commission. It
may not be distributed at once, however. A
complete list of all the places that contributed
$1,000 lias been prepared by Mr. Thompson.
The amount subscribed by the places giving
oter S1.0U0 each is 409.000, leaving about
$105,000 contributed by towns in amounts
less than SLOUO. The city that comes
next to Pittsburg in this list is Chicago, with
J101,26i St. Louis gives only $16,368. Detroit
with her 30,000 and many other places go ahead
of bt. Louis.
Of this $761,000 there has been drawn out
1210.000, leaving a balance on nand of $521,
000. The money was generally applied as
follows: Amount paid out for the recovery of
bodies, cleaning away debris and such work,
$111,1100; for lumber, tools and implements. $12,
0U0: for groceries and supplies, $45,000; for
household goods, clothing and bedding. 140,000;
for undertakers and undertakers' supplies and
various sundry articles, J2S.000, making a total
of $240,000. Of this amount the money paid for
tools aud cleaning away debris, $127,oM comes
back to the fund.
TOO SOLD THEM GOODS?
The suggestions in The Dispatch yesterday
that an itemized statement be prepared by the
Pittsburg committee are being acted upon.
Messrs. David Robinson aud S. S. Marvin are
at work upon such a statement, and it will be
ready in about two weeks for publication. W.
R. Thompson. Treasurer, stated to a reporter
that his section of the affair was quite simple.
He had paid out between $80,000 and $90,000.
beside some amounts to various ladies. To
show his part of the matter would beamall
job in the statement of account. Mr. Thomp
son further stated that Mr. Marvin's statement
is expected to show all that was necessary
when it Is issued.
Mr. Thompson was told that by some people
a disposition has been inanltested to criticise,
it having been hinted that certain members in,
or connected withthe Relief Committee may
have furnished supplies, thus getting whatever
money there is'in the contracts, bit. Thomp
son denied such a story. He said he believed
drugs had peen purchased from Geo. A. Kelly,
but, thougb Mr. Kelly had assisted the com
mittee in its work, he was not a member, and
consequently had as much right to deal with it
as anjoae else. As to S. S. Marvin, Mr.
Thompson explained that he (Marvin) bad
taken some flour off the hands of the commit
tee and that it was a favor to the latter, as It
was in danger of spoiling. It will be recollected
that the Northwest bent considerable flour.
As to lumber, Mr. Thompson said the most
used Jiad been donated, much ot it coming
from Cleveland. None was purchased here.
Mr. Thompson did not exhibit any impa
tience regarding strictures; rather, in fact,
thought it well that people were disposed to
be censorious, as be said such public trusts
could not be too closely scanned.
A Plcnafnff Sense
Of health and strength renewed and of ease
and comfort follows the use of Syrup of Figs,
as it acts in harmony with nature to effectually
cleanse the system when costive or bilious.
For sale in C0c and $1 00 bottles by all leading
Rhine Wine Bottled by G. W. Fabst
tnann & Solin, Mainz & Hochheim, Queen
"Victoria, Berg, Marcobrunner.Kudesheimer,
Hochheimer, Geisenheimer, Niersteiner,
SCHUETZ, ltENZIEHAUSEN & CO.,
100 aud 102 Market st., cor. First, ave.
Telephone C77. mwp
Remnants Curtain Goods Cheap.
Also our Tery low prices on good lace
JOS. HORNE & co.'s
l'enn Avenue Stores.
CALL on Louis D. Bert, with Hendricks
& Co., for lessons in crjyon. Inquire at 68
Federal street Jor lurlher particulars.
Persons who have been photographed
by Dabbs are never quite satisfied with any
See our line of summer neckwear.
"James H. Aiken & Co., 100 Fifth ave.
A METHODIST PIIiGBlMAGE.
Plttsburgcr to Join a Ministerial Explora
tion to the Holy Land.
Rev. W. H. Pearce. D. D.. pastor of the But
ler Street M. E.- Church; Rev. T. J. Leak. D. D.,
of the North Avenue M. E. Church, and Rev.
J. A. Balantyne, of sTazlewood M. E. Church,
will leave the citv on August 20 for New York.
There they witl join about 100 other Methodist
preachers and sail on the 21st upon a pilgrim
age to the Lands of the Bible.
This trip has been arranged by Rev. Nathan
HubbeL editor of the Methodist Itinerant, and,
will be under the charge of Mr. Frank C. Clarke,
late U. S. Vice Consul at Jerusalem. The
party will embark on the vessel City of Rome,
and will visit England, France, Italy. Turkey,
Greece, Syria and Asia Minor. The Pitts
burgers will be away three months.
TRANSFER OP LICENSES.
The Activity Among Liquor Dealers Still
Samuel Tschume will ask the .Court of
Quarter Sessions on the 27th Inst, to transfer
his bottling license to William Bellsteln. On
the same day will be beard Thomas Gamble's
petition to transfer his wholesale liquor license
to Meyer Rosenthal. A similar request from J.
M. Rammell to transfer the privileges of his
license to a firm which has been organized
since it was granted, with himself as a partner,
will como up for decision.
The activity with which license transfers are
being made caused a gentleman in the Court
House to remark yesterday that the wonld-be
purchasers of licenses are still around looking
for licenses in eligible districts. It is not
known that they bave bought any recently.
MOST HAYE SAND.
A Peculiarity About the Cable Railroads of
The cable cars in Pittsburg are now all sup
plied with "sand levers." These are attach
ments to the cars by which sand is dropped
along the rails with a simple pull of the rod.
Locomotive sand is used. It has been found to.
save considerable time In the entire trip of a
car by reason of the wheels not slipping when
a start is made, thus giving the grip a quicker
clutch upon the cable.
A gripman on the Penn avepue line, who has
had experience on the traction roads of Chi
cago and Philadelphia, told a Dispatch repor
ter yesterday that this sand was absolutely
necessary on the Pittsburg lines, because of the
steep grades on streets here. Sand is unknown
on the cable roads of Philadelphia and Chi
cago. A BIG EXCURSION.
Many Will Take Advantage of tbe B. & O.
Low Rates to Atlantic City.
The Baltimore and Ohio excursion to Atlantic
City to-morrow promises to be a big one. Di
vision Passenger Agent Smith said yesterday,
that be never saw such large advance sales.
Passengers have already been booked for
two parlor cars, and the third Is almost
THE SON OF HIS FATHER.
Dick Quay Goes to Atlantic City to See the
Dick Quay and Jim Anderson, .General Pas
senger Agent of the Allegheny Valley road,
went to Atlantic City last night to rest. Young
Quay is not well and he hadn't much to say.
He was accompanied to the depot by Harry n.
Paul, Sam Warmcastle and James 8. McKean.
A Bad FalL
Yesterday morning Samuel Logan and
Gabriel Neely, two carpenters, fell from the
roof of No. 456 Webster avenue. They were
trimming the water conductor at tbe rear of
the house. The root of the building is steep
and the men were supporting themselves by
placing their feet on the conductor. They had
almost completed the work when tbe conductor
gave way beneath their weight. Tbe men made
an effort to catch the edge of tbe roof, but were
unable to do so and fell to a boardwalk in the
yard, crashing through tbe branches of a tree,
a distance ot over 40 feet. Logan's arm was
broken and his shoulder dislocated. Neely's
skull was fractured. He may not recover.
Can I get a fine piano at Hamilton's?
Can I get it at low price and on easy pay
Can I get a low-priced piano, say at about
?175 or $190?
Can I get a low-priced organ -at Hamil
ton's? Yes; at $40 or $50 you can get a good organ
of the well-known makes that he sells and
has sold for the last ten years, every instru
ment warranted. Go in and see him before
making a purchase; he is making a special
sale these mild summer months. You will
be surprised to learn how prices have been
Schlitz Milwaukee, Pilsner, extra pale
and extra stout in cases ot 2 dozen quarts
and 3 dozen pints; liberal allowance for
empties; also the same beers in casks of 6
dozen quarts and 10 dozen pints.
SCHUETZ, BENZIEHAUSEN & CO.,
100 and 102 Market st, cor. First ave.
Remnant Week Lots at Finest Embroid
eries In this sale the prices are very low see
Jos. Horse & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores,
Anheuser-Busch, St Louis. Budweiser
and Anheuser beer in cases of 2 dozen quarts
and 4 dozen pints; liberal allowance for
empties; also the same beers in casks of 6
dozen quarts and 10 dozen pints.
SCHUETZ, Renziehausen & Co.,
100 and 102 Market st, cor. First ave.
Telephone 677! ' Jiwr
Excursion to Atlantic City
"Via the B. & O. B. B,, to-morrow.
July 18. Bate $10 for the round trip;
tickets good for 10 days; good to stop off at
Washington City returning. Train oi
Eastlake coaches and Pullman palace cars
will leave depot at 8 A. M. and 920 P. M.
Fonr Days More Remnant Week.
Come in this week Remnants and rem
nant prices are making business lively here.
Jos. Horse & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Diamond Monogram copper distilled
pure rye whisky has been sold for many
years at the leading hotels and restaurants
in this citv. Absolutely pure; trv it
SCHUETZ, B.ENZJEHAUSEN & CO.,
100 and 102 Market st, cor. First ave.
At S. Hamilton's, 91 and 93 Fifth avenue,
is the onlv place in the city you can get the
celebrated Estey organs, with that wonder
ful jnbilante stop. Who has not heard of
the Estey organs and their clear, sweet
(jnbilante) tone? Go to Hamilton's to see
A full line of Morgan & Bro.'i fine
Oporto port wines; various prices.
ScnuETZ, EENZiEnAUSEir & Co.,
100 and 102 Market st, cor. First ave.
More Blouse Waists at 81 Remnant Week.
Come to the suitroom this week it's
lively there. Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
GlBSOK, Guckenheimer, large Overholt,
Finch, Dillinger, Sherwood and Hannis
tille pure rye whiskies.
SCHUETZ, KENZIEnAUSEN & Co.,
100 and 102 Market st, cor. First ave.
There is a merit in the photographs
made by Dabbs that always commands no
tice and always will. WS
We have a very fine lot of old crow sour
mash bourbon whiskies.
SCHUETZ, Bekziehausejt & Co.,
100 and 102 Market st
Silk dress shirts.
James H. Aiken & Co., 100 Fifth Are.
THE PKOPOSEB PARK.
It Was Inspected Yesterday by a
Committee From Councils.
BIGELOW'S TLANS AEE APPROVED.
Scenery Said to be Superior to Central
Park, Kew York.
COMMITTEE TO MEET THIS AFTERNOON
Three carriages left Municipal Hall yes
terday at 11 A. M., and did not return until
5 p.m. They were occupied by the Council
manic Committee on Parks, composed of
J. S. Lambie, A F. Keating, E. B. Carna
han, W. A Magee, G. L. Holliday, H. P.
Ford and B. G. McGonnigle, accompanied
by Chief E. M. Bigelow, Controller Morrow
and City Clerk George Sheppard. The
party made a tour of inspection of the pro
posed park on the Schenley estate, in the
Fourteenth and Twenty-second wards.
They first drove to the Second avenue park,
and alter the improvements in the way of
flower beds and the fountain had been
admired, the trip was continued out Forbes
street as far as Joncaire street in the
Fourteenth ward. Here the territory for
the proposed parks' commences, and the
party, leaving their carriages under the
care of an obliging citizen, made a tour of
the ground on foot
Everybody was full of admiration as to the
beauties ot scenery surrounding. The land
is broken in three places by glens or gal
leries that are described as simply beauti
ful, one of them, known as Panther Hollow,
having a place in history as a favorite camping
place lorbe Indians.
"Did you ever enjoy a view like this before?"
quietly remarked Cblef Bigelow, as they all
stopped on tbe higbest knob, and continuing to
comment upon tbe scenery, be said: "Over
there you can see Sharpsbnrg; there is the East
Find. In fact you can look around for a dis
tance of mile upon mile. I venture to say that
Central Park has not a snot to be compared
A COMMANDING VIEW.
From this point the entire section which is
proposed to be covered by tbe park conld be
overlooked. It has an area of 379 acres and
lies southeast of the Oakland power house. If
the ground is made into a park, the entrance
would be within 300 feet of Forbes street Thn
grounds are bounded on tbe east by tbe line ot
Brigbtwood street on tbe north by Joncaire
street the Junction railroad skirts along tbe
western end, and on tbe south tbe proposed
park is to be bounded by Nixon street.
Tbe park may be reacbed by a number of
routes. By taking tbe Fifth arenuo cable cars,
a visitor can reach it via Halket street Ward
street Meyran avenue, Atwood street Oakland
avenue and Boquet street. The shortest route
would be down Oakland avenue to Bates ave
nue and across tbe Four Mile Run bollow to
tbe western boundary line; or down Boqnet
street to Joncaire street which crosses the run
and winds aronnd the bill. Another route is
via the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad or Second
avenue. Laugblins station is within five min
utes' walk of tbe spot. A good view, of tbe
ground may be bad from tbe Forbes street
bridge over tbe Junction Railroad. Bryson
street runs into a section of tbe proposed park.
Tbe land is sloping, and the higbest point com
mands a magnificent view of the surrounding
country. Tbe proposed line of the Fifth Ave
nue and Park Flare Railroad crosses Neville
street and cuts thorugh the center of the
THE IMPROVEMENTS NECESSARY. -
Tbe Pittsburg and East End Railroad, an
other projected line of past years, was also sur
veyed along the northern edge. Linden Grove
is just opposite the ground, on the otnerside of
Fonr Mile Run.
All the Conncllmen agreed that tbe city
would be enriched by tbe acquisition of such a
park, as it would make tbe finest in this part of
tbe country. After they had walked over tbe
entire area a detour was suggested to tbe car
riages. Then tbe ride was continued to Hiland
Park in tbe East End. The party drove aronnd
the place and walked over the macadamized
road, wblcb forms tbe circumference of the
plot Chief Bigelow received many congratu
lations upon his work there. Tbe committee
will bold a meeting this afternoon. Chief
Bigelow intimated that tbere would have to be
improvements made In the way of patbs, road
ways and bridges, but he stated that was a
matter to be considered later on. Very
little will bave to be expended except in
cleaning up tbo brush and dead trees and
making the road-way.
Special Clearance Sale
Of summer dress goods, French cashmeres,
serges, fonleS, beiges, plaids, checks, em
broidered robes and combination suits, at
greatly reduced prices.
American challies reduced to 5c and 6Jc
Wool challies reduced from 25c to 15c
French satines reduced to 20c and 25c
American fine satines reduced to 12)4 c.
Dress ginghams at 8c, 10c and 12c.
Great bargains in beaded wraps, shawls,
jerseys, blouse waists and embroidered
Special bargain case ladies' gauze vests at
15c each, or 2 for 25c; Indies' balbriggan and
Swiss ribbed vests at 15c, 20c and 25c. Also,
genu' and children's summer underwear
Immense bargains in silk sun umbrellas,
satin and lace trimmed parasols, gloves,
handkerchiefs, corsets, collars, cuffs and
hosiery, to close tbe season's stock.
Close buyers will find it to their interest to
call at H. J. Lynch's, 438 and, 440 Market
Rend What E. P. Roberts & Sons,
The Fifth avenue jewelers, have in spe
cialties lor the summer new, bright, pretty
styles inexpensive useful.
100 styles gold stick pins.... $1 00 to $3 00
Gipsy rings, solid gold 1 50 to 2 50
Hairpins, silrerand roll gold. . 35 to 2 00
Solid silver cuffbuttons, pair. . CO to 100
Solid gold collar buttons, each. 1 00
Solid gold studs, each 90 to 1 50
Solid gold cuff pins, pair 150 to 2 00
Gents' silver knot rings 100 to 150
Also, our three large stores are filled
with all the novelties of the season in more
expensive jewelry, silverware, pottery aud
fancy goods. Oqr stores are cool and pleas
ant to shop in. wsu
& Knabe Pianos.
Go to Hamilton's, 91 and 93 Fifth avenue,
for one of these splendid and well-known
See tbe Gernwood New Fall Neckwear
We are first to show fall styles. Too
early? Well, you may want to see the
latest Here's the place.
Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
The Ester organ leads the world the
others lollow. The wonderful jubilante
stop in the Estey organs may be copied, bnt
can never be equaled. Go to Hamilton's,
91 and 93 Fifth ovenue, and get one Tery
low and on easy payments.
Is the date of the excursion via the B. & O.
B. B. to Atlantic City. Bate, $10 for the
round trip; tickets good lor 10 days. Trains
leave at 8 a. M. and 020 P. M. Secure jour
parlor and sleeping car accommodations at
Moselle wines, bottled by Adolpb Hues
gen Traben, on the Hose), Erdner, Trepp
chta and Trabener.
SCHUETZ, BENZIEHATTSEN & CO.,
J 00 and 102 Market st, cor. First are.
SOME TIMELY ADVICE
Concerning; the Core of Diseases Caased by
Summer' Deadly Heat.
There is no season of the year when neo
ple are in more need of good, sound, prac
tical advice on the subject of health than
when the sun is shooting his burning rays
straight down upon our heads, sapping our
strength and breeding daily pestilence. It
is not general and vague advice that they
want, but definite as well as sensible ad
vice plain directions.as to how to get well
and how to keep well. It is comparatively
easy to tell a person that if he gets sick such
and such a physician will cure him for such
a sum of money. The physician may or
mar not cure him, but in either case he is
called upon to pay out the money, some
times a small but often a large amount
To tell people how to cure themselves with
little trouble and at slight expense is another
kind of advice altogether, and is to offer
them a true boon.
In saving that for every disease that par
ticularly atuicts mankind at this dangerous
season of the year Pe-ru-na and Man-a-lin
can be recommended as remedies tbat are
at once agreeable and absolutely safe to
take, and reliable and infallible in their
action, we feel consoious that we are offer
ing mankind just such a boon as is referred
to above. And in recommending these
remedies, we cannot but emphasize the
statement that the health of men, women
and children and particularly the latter1
is in pecnliar danger at this season of the
year. Colics and cramps, cholera morbus,
cholera infantum, diarrhoea, dysentery and
levers are rampant during the heated
months, and ther are especially violent and
dangerous when once they' get started.
vThose who are well cannot be too caretul
ot their diet and habits in general, and
they will find that keeping- their liver
in good condition and their bowels
regular, for which there is nothing better
than Man-a-lin, will greatly assist them in
keeping, well. Should they be attacked,
however, if they desire to get well surely
and quickly, Pe-ra-Tia will enable them to
do it In its curative work Pe-ru-na is
greatly assisted by Man-a-lin, which, in
health aud in sickness, is a liver regulator
without an equal, and a gentle and effective
laxative. These' two great family remedies
have met with such marvelous and unquali
fied success everywhere that it seems useless
to further sound their praise. A trial will
satisfactorily demonstrate their remarkable
and reliable powers. Send to the Pe-ru-na
Medicine Co., Columbus, O., for a free copy
of Dr. Hartman's "Ills of Life," an inval
uable little volume that will save you much
time, trouble and money in curing yourself
of a thousand different diseases.
Tare 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 of Pennsyl
vania and Maryland. Guckenheimer, Gib
son, Large, Finch'sGolden 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 prices consistent with value.
SCHUETZ, Benziehatjsen & Co.,
100 and 102 Market st, cor. First ave.
See tbe Geravrood Netr Fall Neckwear
We are first to show fall styles. Too
early? Well, you may want to see the
latest Here's the place.
Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT
T. A WEBER'S store, 1000 Carson St. f 6r
papering, plumbing, painting and carpentering
in Bedford School. Twenty-ninth ward. Speci
fications can be seen at above place from 2 to 5
F. M. until Jnly 20. The right is reserved to re
ject any or all bids. jy!7-55
VTOTICEffO CONTRACTORS-BIDS WIIJj
JM be received up to Jnly 24. 18S9. at 12 M.,
lor paving eleven thonsand (11.000) square
yards of streets with vetrlfied firebrick. Plans
and specifications for same can be seen at tbo
office of tbe Borough Engineer, in Greens
burg. Pa. C.T.LONG. Engineer. Jyl7-45
"VrOTICE-TO BUILDERS, . PAINTERS
JL and kalsomlner.
Sealed proposals for tbe remodeling, paint
ing and kalsomlning of tbe Ralston Bali
District School Building will be received up to
JULY 18, 1SS9. Specifications can be seen at
Frank Lutz' 8,1335 Penn ave. The Board reserves
tbe right to reject any or all bids.
jyl6-74 T. A. DONOVAN, Secretary.
The Westinghouse Air Brake Co.,!
Pittsburo. Pa.. July 11, 1SS9. .1
VTOT1CE TO CONTRACTORS PROPOS
LM ALS will be received by this company
until MONDAY NOON. July 22, 18S3, for the
erection of fifty (50) frame dwelling houses
at Wilroerding station, Penn'a R. R. Plans
and specifications can be seen at the office of
tbe company on Robinson street, Allegheny,
and will be fully explained bv V C. Ferguson.
Tbe right is reserved to reject any or all bids.
Proposals to be marked "Wilmerding Houses"
and addressed to tbe undersigned, O. MILLER,
Purchasing Agent Westinghouse Air Brake
Office Centrai. Board or Education, i
516 Market st,
KOTICE TO PAINTERS AND CALCI
Sealed proposals forpalntlngandcalclmlning,
to be done at the Central High School, will be
received at this office until 3 P. St., FRIDAY,
the 19th inst Specifications of tbe work to be
done can be seen at tbe office of C. M. Bart
berger, Architect room 62, Lewis bnilding. '
The Committee on High School reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
CHARLES REISFAR, Js,
PROPOSALS FOR WOODBRIDGE 10
INCH steel wire gun forglngs Ordnance
Office, War Department, Washington, July 12,
18S9 Sealed proposals fn duplicate will be re
ceived at this office until 3 o'clock p. M.,
on THURSDAY, August J. 1889, for supplying
tbe O'dnance Department, U. S. Array, with
forglngs, of American manufacture, for three
(3) hoops and parts of brecih inechauism for a
10-inch steel wire gun, to conform in quality
and dimensions to tbe specifications and draw
ings to be bad at this office. Bidders will state
tbe price per pound for tbe foigings, and how
soon the whole can be delivered. The depart
ment reserves the right to waive informalities
and to reject all or any bids or parts thereof.
Blank forms on which proposals must be
made can bo had upon application. Copies of
this advertisement, of tbe specifications and of
tbe drawings mnst accompany and form part
of tbe proposals. Proposals should be marked
"Proposals for Woodbridge 10-inch steel wire
gun forglngs." and be addressed to Captain C.
8. SMITH, Acting Chief of Ordnance, U. S.
Army. Washlngson. D. C. jvl7-28
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between A. D. Neeld, J. G. Gal
lagher and N. Patterson, nnder the firm name
of Neeld fc Co., has, this day, beet dissolved.
A. D. Neeld having purchased tbe interests of
the other two partners, will pav all debts owing
by tbe said firm, and will receive payment of
ail bills due said firm.
A. D. NEELD,
J. G. GALLAGHER,
jyl7-31.W N. PATTERSON.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Notice Is hereby given tbat the partner
ship lately existing- between tbe undersigned
under the firm name of Watters &. Lawler, gen
eral contractors, Pittsburg. Pa-, was dissolved
by mutual consent Jnly 8. 18S9. All debts owing
to tbe said firm are to be received by Robert S.
Watters, and all demands on the said firm aro
to be settled by him. No. 5809 Penn avenue,
Pittsburg. ROBERT a WATTERS.
WM. L. LAWLER.
PlTTSBPRO July 8. 1889. )vl3-13-MW3
ESTATE OF KLIZABETH NASSER, DE
CEASED. Letters testamentary upon
tne above estate having been granted to tbe
undersigned, all persons indebted to said estate
will please make payment and those having
claims against the same present to the under
signed. CHARLES P. NASSER, MATT. V.
NASSER, executors. jy!7-13-w
FRANK W. SMITH. Attorney-at-Law.
ESTATE OF F. W. RUBAU, DECEASED
Notice is hereby given that letters of ad
ministration on tbe estate of F. W. Ruban,
late of the city of Pittsburg, county of Alle
gheny, Pennsylvania, deceased, bave been
granted to E. D. W'lngenroth. of said city, to
whom all persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make payment, and those having
claims or demands will make known tbe same
without delay. ,
E. D. WINGENROTH. Administrator,
je!9-12-w 100 Fourth, ave.. Pittsburg.
J28H THIRD AVU. UPSTAIRS.
Gents' shoes scled and heeled in 15 minutes
lor 73 cents.
. Finest work in the city.
-.-T. , "!
WEDNESDAY, JULY 17,
Display advertisement! on dollar ptr
iguare for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, et a, fen cents per line Jor each inser
tion, and none taken or less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning;-
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already bave accounts with Tub D1S-
THOMAS MCCAFFREY. SK9 Butler street.
EMIL O. STUCKEY, Ztth street and Penn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY CO., Wrlle ave. and Fulton it
H. STUKEliY, Firth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, emrenn avenue.
MCALLISTER & snEIBLEK,Sthav. Atwood st
JACOB BPOHN. Mo. S Carson street
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carton strest n
A. J. KAERCHEK, 89 Federal street
H. J. McBltlDE, Federal and Ohio streets,'
FRED H. EGUERS. 172 Ohio street.
P. II. EOGEKS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aves.
(5. AV. HUGHES. 1'ennivlvanla and Bearer aves.
PEKRYM. OLEIM. Hebeccaand Allegheny ares.
a QIalo Hcln.
fTTANTEI) A GOOD BARBER GOOD
, V V wages paid, at S3 FIFTH AVE Jyl7-50
ANTEO-FIKST-CLAS3 BAKBEK. CHAS,
ilitutiut'lt, 1Z38 Second are. Ulenwoot.
TTTANTEII-GOOD BAKBEK. APPLY AL
VV BKKTKINU.es Grant ave., Mlllrale bor
with Itemlnzton typewriter. F.. Dispatch
TTTANTKD BKICKLAYEKS. APPLY ON
V Davis it., Ueventh ward. MITCHELL
WANTED-DKUO CLERK-.MUST BE AN
experienced man. Address POTASH. Dis
patch office. Jyl7-49
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN TO SELL TO
stores on commission. Address W. J.,
Dispatch offlce. , Jyl7-U
WANTED-A GOOD BARBEU. APPLY AT
51. LEININUKK'3,88 Irwin are., near Jack
son St., Allegheny. Pa. . Jyl7-43
. inside work. DIXON. WOODS A CO.,
Thirtieth and Jane sts., S. S. Pittsburgh, I'a.
WANTED-A F1KST-CLAS3 POL1SHEK AND
buffer to finish stoTe plates tor nickeling.
Call at CUXTEKUFU. CO.'S, 26 Sandusky, Alle
WANTED-A BOY ABOUT 16 YEARS OF
age to keep stock: must hare experience
In iewelry-business. Call M. BONN & CO.. 807
Liberty st. - Jyl7-23
WANTED-A YOUNG 31AN KOK OFFICE
work; one familiar with typewriter; a per
manent position. Address IKON WORKS. Dis
patch offlce. Jyl5-ll
WANTED-FlKST-CLASS BRASS MOLDEK
can find permanent employment at tbe
KELLY & JONES CO., 143 First are., Pi., or
Greensburg, Pa. JeS-36
WANTED CATHOLIC MAS-A SOBER, IN
DUSTRIOUS person will have steady em
ployment: fl5 weekly; bring references. KUNZ
4 CO., 62 Fourth are., upstairs. It 17-11
WANTED-INSURANCE SOLICITOR OF
good address, and well acquainted with
manufacturers, to solicit new line. Employers
Protective Insurance;willpay liberal commission.
PITTSBURG COMPANY, Limited, 140 Klrth
WANTED-MEN TO ATTEND NEW YORK
Cutting School; Urllng's actual measure
ment taugbt in all its branches; the oily trne
system fitting any and all shapes: no trying on:
Instructions, 10 A. u. to 4 F. H. ; evening. 7 to 9
p. II.: call or write for circular. M4 WOOD ST.,
Pittsburg. Pa. JT9-49
TTANTED MAN-TO TAKE AGENCY OF
YY oar safes: size 28x18x18 Inches; weight 500
lbs.: retail price $35; other sizes In proportion; rare
chance to crearc permanent bnslaess at home:
these safes meet demand never before supplied by
otbersafe companies, as we are not governed by
the Safe PooL ALPINE SAFE CO., Cincinnati, O.
WANTED AGENTS TO SELL THE PIN
LESS Clothesline: only line ererlnrented
that holds tbe clothes without pins: perfect suc
cess; patent ree-ntly Issued: sola only by agents,
to Thorn excluslre right Is given: on receipt
of 60c.. we will send sample line by mall; al.o
circulars, price list, and terms to agents; secure
four terrftory at once. Address WORCESTER
IN LESS CLOTHES LINE Co., 17 Hermon st.
Worcester, Mass. Jy5-57-WT
ANTED-A HEALTHY WET NURSE ATU6
bHEtFIELUST., Allegheny. jy 13-23
WANTED-A YOUNG LADY. GRADUATE
of some good Institution, to teach English
branches a ew hours per day. Inquire at 64
UNION AVENUE, Allegheny, between 1:30 and
S.30 r. K. Jyl6-47
male nnd Female Heln.
WANTED TWO LADIES AND THREE
gentlemen to receive and classify orders.
Must come well recommended and be prepared to
So to work Immediately. SUPERINTENDENT,
oon. 2, 1108 Penn are. Jyl7-40
XIJANTED COOK AND CHAMBERMAID
Y V for small family, laundresses, cooks, cham
bermaids, dining room girls, nurses, house girls,
German and colored girls, waiters, drivers, farm
bands. MRS. E. THOMPSON, 608 Grant st.
WANTED-IOO INSIDE LABORERS, 40 FARM
bands, 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, Hi Grant St.
WANTED -125 WEEKLY-REPRESENTATIVE,
male or female, in erery community:
goods staple: household necessity; sell at sight; no
peddling; salary paid promptly, and expenses ad
ranced. Full particulars and valuable sample
case free: wemeanjuit what we say. Address at
once STANDARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston,
-VTT ANTED EARNEST CHRISTIAN MEN
Vy and women to sell "The Christian's
Legacy." Agcntswrlte; "TheChrlstlan'sLegacy
Is tbe fastest selling bosk I bave ever handled,
lu a little less than 4) hours' work I bare taken 50
orders, and made more money In Its sale than on
any book 1 have erer sold, and 1 have been a cau-v-tsscr
for several years. I enjoy showing It to
people.lt Is such a good, helpful book." "I have a
record of hours worked. In allalittleoreraweek's
vork. containing 10 hours lorn dar. and have 89
orders." Send for circulars. W. J. HOLLAND,
150 Nassau St., N. Y. Jy)4-81-wsn
TITAN TED POSITION IN
V vouugladr of good address. Address, for
three days. S. . B., Dispatch office. Jyl7-S3
WANTKU-SITTJATION BY AN EXPERI
ENCED bookkeeper: can give first-class
reference. Address B. K., Dispatch office.
-TTANTED-POSIT10N BY YOUNG MAN IN
Y Y store or office: speaks German and English.
Address L. W., 22 Diamond square, Pittsburg.
WANTED-POSITION BY A YOUNG MAN
who is a stenographer, typewriter and tele
graph operator; In or out or city. Address 'JN,"
Dispatch offlce. Jyi7-2
D. E. bookkeeper woold be pleased
to correspond with parties In need of an experi
enced man, at moderate salary; At references.
Address BOOKKEEPER, BoxlOl, Lewlstown, Pa.
Boarders and Lodgers.
WANTED-OCCUPANTS FOR LARGE FRONT
and large back rooms handsomely furnished,
with first-class board, located a lew doors from
East Prk. Address, PRIVATE FAMILY, Dis
patch office. - Jyl7-lS
-CI-' NTED-PHYSICIAN AS PARTNER IN A
YV large and Increasing SDeclal Dractlce In
Pittsuurg. Pa. i a good chance for the right man: j
WANTED-tS.000 TO BORROW ON MORT
GAGE ou valuable Johnstown property;
title good. Address ". 1. V., Dispatch offlce.
WANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over ti.Ou0; 4), per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER & CO., KFourth arenue.
WANTED-MORTGAGES-fl. 000,000 TO LOAN
in large and small amounts at 4H. 5 and
per cent, free of State tax; no delay. REED B.
COYLE& CO.. 131 Fourth are. my21-60
TTT-ANTED MOR1GAGES1 MORTGAGES!
YV On Pittsburg, Allegheny or suburban lin
prured real estate; In sumsof SjOOto S20,00Uand
upward, at lowest rates. ALEXANDER ALEE,
313 Wood St. Jyl3-44-MWS
TTJANTED-TO LOAN (500.000. IN AMOUNTS
Y V of S3, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 41 percent, free oftax: also smaller
am6nntsat5aua.il per cent. BLACK & BAIRD,
H Fourth avenue.
WASTED MORTGAGES-?!, 000, OOOTO LOAN
on city and suburban properties at 4W, Jand
C per nut. and on larms in Allegheny and adja
cent counties at sper cent. 1. AL PENNOCK A
BON, 101 Fourth avenue. ap7-f41
fTTANTED-TO LOAM $203,000 ON MORT-
YV GAGES; SM0 and upward at 6 per cent;
SSraLfinOat 4U ner cent on residences or nuitneiu
. -, -,- - . ;.-. . 1-. .. .
also in aojoming counties, s. s.
135 fourth avenue. oc31-eS4-D
WANTED-CCSTOMEKS FOR DIAMONDS,
gold and silver watches, marble clocks, sil
verware, etc., at tl per week upward, at 130 Fed
eral St., AUegheny. J. MITSCH. Jelo-MWTSn
WANTED-LADIES TO KNOWHAUGH ft
Kecnan repair, refintsh or upholster old
furniture promptly and In the best possible man
ner. 33 AND 34 WATER ST. 'Phone 1626. mya-82
WANTED--TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one In the club at tl 00 per weak. Address P. O.
BOX 601, and I will call and snow you the watch.
ANTEII VETERAN SOLDIERS TO CALL
on J. H. STEVENSON. Atty 100 Firth ave.,
for la formation as to tbe late law on local boun
tles In this State; Important to many. Jyl7-19
ANTED-BY PEARSON. LEADING PHO
TOGKAPHEK. 86 fifth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at (1 50 per
dozen: pbotos delivered wben promised: lnstan
tancons process. mhlJ-3
ANTED---CALIFORNIA PERSONS IN
TEKESTED In California and co-operation
can obtain valuable Information h correspond
ing with Chicago and California Colonization Co..
Ullearborn St., Room 29. Chicago, 111. RALPH
E. HOYT. President, HENRY HARRISON. Sec.
ANTED-10 OR 12 INTELLIGENT PER
SONS to send 2c its inn for particulars as to
how they can earn SIM to SMOa month: light and
respectable business, suitable ror school teachers
(elthersex), oranyperson with a good common
school education: this Is a chance seldom met
with. Address PEOPLE'S SUPPLY CO., Manor
vllle, Armstrong Co.. Pa. " )y!7-25
FOR SALE I31PROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-ONLY fl,750 FOR A GOOD
brick home. 8 rooms: late Improvements: on
Bluff, near Chestnut st.. Sixth ward ton easy pay
ments. W. A. HEBRON A SONS, 80 Fourth are
FOR SALE-CENTER AVE.-A VERY DESIlt
ABLE modern 2-story brick house or 8 rooms,
all in excellent repair: lot 24x163 ft. to Wylie are. :
cheap to an early buyer. 1. 31. PEN NOCK A
SON, 105 Fourth are. JylI-52-MWS
FOB SALE-MT. WASHINGTON-ULYSSES
st. A choice home, well-built and nicely
finished 2-story frame bouse of 8 rooms, ball, ce
mented cellar: frame stable and out-buildings:
lot 114X118 ft. I. M. PENNOCK ft SON. 105
Fourth avenue. Jyl3-52-nws
OR SALE-COK. PENN AVE. AND FOR
TIETI1 St., a most beautiful residence, large
lot. new 2-story pressed brick and mansard,
dwelling of 8 large rooms, sliding doors, ball,
vestibule, batb. porches, laundry, both gases,
marble and slate mantels, stono and tile hearths,
pantry, cedar closet, cemented cellar, costly
chandeliers: this house is finished in lhebest
modern style, and wlU be sold below cost, for
rash or easy payments: will exchange for other
property la Lawrencerllle; possession given at
once. THOS. MCCAFFREY, 3Sb Butler st.
East End Residences.
FORSALE EAST END-BELLEFO.NTEST-A
nice 2-story frame honse of 7 rooms; good cel
lar, etc: lot 25x103 ft. Price only S3. TOO. 1. M.
PENNOCK it SON, 105 Fourth ave. Jyl3-5i-MWS
FOB SALE-t3.400-Mut CASH. BALANCE ON
easy payments: houses rooms: well located
onparer street In the midst of Oakland. JY. . A.
HEBRON & SONS. 80 Fourth are.
FOR SALE-86, SCO-OAKLAND AVENUE.ONE
square from-cable line, new 2-story brick
dweUing, 8 rooms, nail, bath. Inside shutters and
w. c. slatemantels, etc.; easy terms: a bargain.
SA M U KL W. BLACK CO., 99 Fourth are.
FOR SALE ONLY K500-WABU ST.. OAK
LAND, a 2-story and mansard brick dwell
ing of 8 rooms hall, vestibule, range, bath, inside
w. c. etc., all modern -conveniences. This Is a
bargain In- price as well as location. BLACK A
BAIKD, 95 Fourth are. (2 D, 74.) J 714-53
FOR SALE-ON PENN AVE., NEAR REBEC
CA St.. the finest and best arranged resi
dence property in the Nineteenth ward: lot 40x268,
with new frame and mansard roofed dwelling of
12 rooms: large halls, vestibules; porches
front and real": painted, grained and pa
pered throughout: both hot and cold water;
both gases: cemented cellar: fruit and sbade
trees: new frame stable on rear of property. Any
one seeing, this property cannot help but like It;
satisfactory reason given for selling: price, S1Q.
000; easy payments. THOS. MCCAFFREY, 3509
Butler st. Jyl3-82-ws
FOR SALE-ONLY A FEW NOW KfcMAIN
nnsold of the very desirable eight-room
dwellings on Oakland square: the rapidity with
which bales bare leen made shows the estimation
in which they are held; durably built and hand
somely finished, supplied with erery modern con
venience: standing on large lota and facing a
haudsome park planted with beautiful shado
trees: these dwelllugs bave the notable advantage
or being but 15 to 20 mlnntes from the postofflce by
tbe Pittsburg Traction road; s cable loop, for
wblch an ordinance Is now In Councils, will pass
within HO lector the square; prices SO, 500 and sa,
750; terms, moderate cash paymenand long time
on balance. Apply to C A. CHANCE on the
FOR SALE-AT HAZELWOOD-A SNUG 2
story frame house of 6 rooms, cellar, etc; ex
cellent water, healthy location; lot 30 ft. front on
a streetnear Hazelwood ave. and 120 ft. deep; price
Jl, 600. I. M. PENNOCK & SON, 105 Fourth are.
TTIOR SALE--ATMCKEESPOKT A SPLENDID
JTJ property; centrally located lot, 120 feet
front on Fifth avennc, and 140 feet deep to an al
ley, on which are 8 brick and frame nouses; a
snlendld site for hotel: will pay handsomely. I.
M. PENNOCK i. bON, 105 Fourth arenue.
FOR SALE THE FINE RESIDENCE AM)4Ji
acres of ground at Fair Oaks station, below
Sewlckley. of Mr. J. M. Stoner: great abundance
of fruit and sbade trees, line lawn, tennis and cro
quet grounds, beautiful .knoll with obserratorr
on top, copious supply of pure water from living
stream, purling brook, etc.; excellent dwelling
house of 11 rooms, modern throughout, natural
gas. etc.; full complement of outbuildings. Incu
atlng sheds, poultry bouses, etc.. clo., to be sold
at public sale on next Tuesday afternoon, July 23,
at 3 o'clock, on the premises; a great bargain may
be expected, as tbe owner Is going to California;
send for lull descriptive circular further par
ticulars from tbe owner on the premises or J AS.
W. DRAPE & CO.. Agents and Auctioneers. 129
Fourth are.. Pittsburg. Jyl7-33
FOR SALE LOTS.
TTIORSALE-CITY LOTS-10LOTS ON LIBERTY
JJ are., between Thirty-ninth and Fortieth sts.,
Pittsburg, Pa.: low and on long time. H.
FORBES, Wheeling, YV. Va. le22-35
-ITlORSALE LOTS. LOTS, LOTS-NICEBUILD-J
ING lots In Byrnes' clan. Eighteenth ward,
and Patterson's plan, Mt.Washlngton: price low:
payments easy. 1. M. PENNOCK & SON. 105
Fourth ave. Jyl3-52-MWS
East End Lota.
T7H)K SALE-LOTS-EAST END EDMUND
Jj and Alder street. Twentieth ward, 2 lots,
each 60x120 feet: desirable and cheap. I. M. PEN
NOCK & SON, 105 Fourth are. Jyl3-52-MWS
TTOR SALE ABOUT Hf ACRES ON FAIR
JJ MOUNTarenue and Rebecca street: delight
fully situated; grand view of East Liberty Valler;
five minutes' walk trqin Penn ave. cable road;
onlv (B.ax. J. J. ALAND, 131 Fifth arenue.
FOR SALE BAUM GROVE LOTS: MOST DE
SIRABLE location In the East End; wide
flagstone sIVewalks through tbe .whole plan; se
cure colored 'plan from MELLON BROS.. East
End. or JOHN P. BAXTER, Agent, 512 Smith
field street. Jyl4-C9-MW
FOR 8ALE-SL600 FOR ALL, THIRTEENTH
ward, 3 lots, each 24x100 feet, to alley, online
of new cable road, nearTulrty-thlrd street: this
lot will nearly donble in value on completion of
the road. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO.. 99
Fourth are. Jyl6-58-TuWT
FOR SALE-LARGE EAST END BUILDING
sites, commanding a magnificent new of the
bcautirul Liberty Valley; this handsome residence
place Is situated on Linden are. abore Penn are.,
convenient to P. R. R. and cable roads: verr low
prices and good location. BLACK A llAIllD. 95
Fourth aTe. JylO-30-10,12,15,17.19,23,25.27,29,31
TTIOR SALE-CHEAP LOTS AT HAZELWOOD,
X! close to station, nice and level and on line of
new electric road: some good bargains; sure en
hancement In a short time. HLACK t iUlltD,
95 Fourth ave. lyl4-59-I5, 17,13,23,23,27
FOR SALE-LOTS AT HAZELWOOD AND
Glenwood. near the station! only Umlnnl'S
from new B. & O. station. Smlthfleld st.: graded
streets, sidewalks, city water, gas: (300 to (1.CC0:
bouses for sale, small-payment down, balance In
monthly payments If desired: railroad fare,
monthlr tickets. 5H cents per trip. UEORGE C.
BURUWIN, ISO Fourth ave. fel6-71-MWFSSu
FOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS IN THE BLAIR
estate, within 3 to 5 minutes' walk of Haiel
wood and Glenwood stations; fine level lots re
quiring no gradlns or filling: wide street, city
water, gas, natural gas. sidewalks, pavements,
schools, stores, etr.: on line of the electric street
car line now building; 10 minutes by the B. O.
R. R. from the new deoot: all express trains stop;
monthly tickets, fare St cents: prices JlSStoSl.CU);
10 per cent cash, balance long time; monthly pay
ments If desired. SAMUEL W. BLACK CO.,
90 Fourth are. Jt14-5-mws
FOR SALE ALLEGHENY. ON BELL AVE.,
a nice lot 20x100 ft.; will sell cheap. I. M.
PENNOCK Jt SON, 105 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues and Lombard street. Allegheny, in
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH UCN AUGHER, 43 N. Diamond st.
FOR SALE-OR EXCH AN G E-FAKM 12 ACP.KS
house 5 rooms: good orchard: blacksmith
shop: uear Carney station, P. K. R. ED. WIT
T13H. 410 Grant St., Pittsburg. Pa. Jyl2-P
FOR HALE -FARM -14. COO WILL BUT A
splendid farm or 8u acres: nicely Improved;
Is near I.tvermore," Indiana Co., W. P. K. R.
I. M. PENNOCK ft SON, 105 Fourth ave.
"CTOBSALK- ATLANTIC C1TY.N.J.-HOTEL8,
JC boarding bouses., cottages, lots and bath
houses to let or for sale by 1.9. ADAMS CO..
real estate agents, V Eat. Law Bdg., Atlantic
Citv. N.J. V '.; JeaM-r
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOB SALE DRUGSTORE IN A LARGE
manufacturing town near city: over 88.100
business done last year; good reasons for selling.
Address DRUGGIST, Dispatch office.
OR SALE-A HARDWARE. STOVE.HOUSE
FtlRNISIIINn and tinware store. In a
neighboring manufacturing city, doing) a good
paying business; to a live man this is a good open
ing. Particulars from J AS. W. DRAPE ft CO.,
129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. Jyl3-56-MWs
-p,ORSAt'E-r'lIRNITUKESTORE poijjrj A
JD good and paying business In a manufacturing
town of 15. 000 people: owner recently deceased,
and widow does not care to contlnnc tne business;
a splendid opening: trade well established. Ad
dress P. O. BOX 226. JlcKeesport, Pa.
FOR SAI.K-iOO GROCERY. DltYGOODS.
drug, cldna and uotion stores; light manu
facturing business, paying welt; feed store, ex
tensive and profitable bakery. Ice cream and con
fectionery business: cigar stores and confection
err stores, sll sizes and prices; fine restaurantand
dining rooms, printing, office, butcher shop, milk
depots, upholstery bnlness, shoe stores etc.
Free particulars. SHEPARD i, CO.. 54 Finn are.
FOR SALE-BLACKSMITH SHOP AND LOT
25x50 feet with all necessary tools, 2 pair of
bellows, 2 anvils, a large assortment of manufac
tured borhCshoes. iron, scrap, store, etc. etc.,
on Oakland arenue between Fifth arenue and
Forbes street. Oakland, same stand occupied by
S. B. Mackle. to be sold at public sal eon Thursday
afternoon, July 18, at2o'clock. on the premises.
Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE CO.. 129
Fourth arenue. Pittsburg. Jyia-59-irwThs
riones. Vehicles. Live Stock. fcc
FOR BALE PANEL DOOR, LEATHER
sash barouche: will be sold at a sacrifice; also
oue barouche harness, nearly new; iut been used
a few times: Inquire Immediately. KERR'S SALE
STABLES, 625 and 526 Penn ave. Jyl7-54
FOR SALE-FRESH ARRIVAL OF 30 HEAD
of choice Kentucky horses by steamer Hud-1
son. consisting of fine drivers, saddlers, carriage
teams and fast roadsters: buyers requested to call
and examine stock at the stable ox Jackman Jt
bona. 536 Penn are. M. DUGAN. J 1 10-48
Machinery ana Itletals.
FOR SALE-2SX48 CORLISS ENGINE: ONLY
run a year: can be seen In operation: price
on application; Wortblngtou pumps, automatic
and plain slide valve engines, boilers, pipe and
fittings, j. a. Mccormick, 150 Hm ave.
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAiND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles kept In stock, rrom
4 to 100 h. p.; all refitted: good as new, at I west
E rices; mounted portable engines, 8 to 25 h. p.
1-25 Park way. J. S. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa.
lOR SALE-CONTIIACTOKS' MACHINERY:
one7Uxl2-lneh iouble cnrlne. double drum:
others large and small, with single or double
friction drums; wire and manlla rope, centrifugal
pumps, etc.; two 26x4S-lnch horizontal engines
with flywheels. THOMAS CARLIN'S SONS, cor.
Lacock and Sandusky sts., Allegheny. Jal7-uwr
IOR SALE-FEW 10O SHARES AT J75 OF
shed snd paying 14 per cent. TRUSTS. Box 1306,
trust companv organizing: Business estan-
l..lH.ln,rilu,.nit 'PtMWTU Uav IWt
FOR SALE A FINE LOT OF YoUNG PAR
ROTS guaranteed to make talkers: nrtce. 15
each; comesoon to secure first choice. EsPICH'S,
6 Smlthfleld st.
FOR SALE-80 GROSS QUART BOTTLES AT
Well Bottling Works. TitusTllle, which Is
also for sale. Apply to L L. WEIL & SON. care
Matchett Paper Box Co., 23 Seventh arenne.
Pittsburg. jv 17-1 17
TO LET-NO. 1701 PENN AVE. DWELLING
of 8 rooms; owner pays natural gas for fuel
and water rent: rent low. YV. A. HEBRON A
SONS. 80 Fourth ave. J ylO-44-Mwr
TO LET-BRICK HOUSE. NO. 112 CRAYV
FORD St.. containing eight rooms. Including
two in mansard: possession given Immediately.
F.R. STONER, 415 Grant St., Room No. 22.
East End Rrslnenera.
TO LET-ON PARK AVENUE, EAST LIB
ERTY, new brick bouse of 7 rooms: natural
gas: rent. 820 per month. YV. A. UERRON Jt
SONS, SO Fourth are. " JylC-44-Mwr
TO LET-FIFTH AVE.. NEAR CKWG ST.
Complctelr furnished S-rootn residence; all
modern conrenlenees: elegant large lawn: moder
ate rent, SAMUEL YV. BLACK &. CO., 99 Fourth
TO LET-ALLEGHlCNY NO. 24 ROBINSON
St., 8 rooms, 830; 139 Franklin St.. 8 rooms.
fa 50; Drum St., 5 rooms, f 15. A. LEGGATE ft
SON, 31 Federal St.. Allegheny. . Jyl6-80
TO LET-HOUSE. 6 ROOMS, WASH HOUSE,
pantry, vestibule. 3 halls, continue! stair
rail to finished attic marble mantels, hot and
cold water, batb tub, range, frescoed ceilings,
large dry cellar, front porch, a yard, shade tree.
back porch, side entrances: fine location: bouse
was built for a home: owner leaving city. Inquire
at 195 BUEN A VISTA ST., Allegheny. Jyl7-42
TO LET-SEW ICKLEY-P.. Ft. W. C. KY..
a furnished house of 9 rooms, batb. and 3 min
utes' walk from station: rent, fXl per month. YV.
A. HEBRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth arenue.
TO LET FURNISHED ROOM, YVITH
kitchen to yourself: washing done free by
bouse. 164 FOU
TO LET-FURNISHED ROOMS; KITCHEN
separate: Iceboxes, foldlngbcds, etctwash
Ing done by house; look at the rooms and yon will
hare no others: choice of four dwellings; rent low
for summer. NO. 41 LOGAN ST., near YVyile.
Orflces. Desk Room. fcc
rriO LET-WELL LIGHTED OFFICE. NEWLY
JL painted: elevator. Janitor serrlce and al
modern courenlences. Apply to GERMANIA
SAVINGS BANK, 423 YVood street. e2-68-D
TO LKTFOUK LARGE OFF1CE-J-S1NGLE
or en suite. In the Standard building. YVood
street, between Fifth and Sixth arennes: com-
Elete In erery detail: rent reasonable. See W. A.
1EKRON ft SONS, No. 80 Fourth arenue.
TO LET-OFFICE ROOMS OK SUITES FOR
general business purposes In the new DIS
PATCH BUILDING. 75. 77 and 79 Diamond St.:
situation most central In tbe city: electtic light
Included in rents, which are moderate. Apply
between 11 A. 11. and 5 r. 11. Je2f-so
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 onr office: we bave also de
sirable offices In other good buildings. SAMUEL
YV. BLACK ft CO.. 99 Fourth are. Je29-32-D
PERSONAL BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS 1
New and old. ancient and modern, standard
and rare, legal, medical and sclentlnc3Q,'J00rot
umns to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STOKE,
900 Liberty st. my3-28
TERSONAL-YVHY TROUBLE YOUR YV1FE,
X mother or daughters In repairing and clean
ing your old clothes when it can be done for a
trifle by DICKSON, tbe Tailor, cor. Firth aTe.
and Wood st.. second floor? Charges moderate:
facilities unsurpassed: suits madeto order: spring
styles now readr. 'telephone 1558. mhs
LOST-A GRAY HORSE ABOUT 16 HANDS
high, partlv Roman nose, carries mane on
leftside. A liberal reward for his return to H.
MEYY'ES, MLAillrer. Jyl7-17
T OST-BETYVEEN THIRTY-EIGHTH AND
XJ Forty-second sts., pocketbook containing
small amount or moner: liberal reward paid if
returned to No. 171 FOItTY-SECON D. Jyl7-10
Office Akmkxia Insurance Company,
65 Fourth are.,
PrrrsBUEQ. Jnlv 1L lS8a
TMVIDEND THK BOARD OF DIRECT.
XJ ORS have declared a semi-annual divi
dend of THREE DOLLARS per share, pay
able on demand. YV. D. McGILL,
Manufacturers a Merchants Ins. Co., )
Office. 417 YVood street,
Pittsburo, Pa., July 9. 1889. )
DIVIDEND THE BOARD OF DIRECT
ORS or this company have thi day de
clared a dividend of $1 50 PrJR SHARE, pay
able on demand. YVM. T. ADAIR.
The Ben Franklin .Insurance Co.,
Of the City of Allegheny. Pa..
Allegheny. July la 1880.
rlVIDEND-THE DIRECTORS OF THIS
If comp.inv have this day declared a dlvi
dend of THR'EE PER CENT (II 50 tier share),
payable on demand. W21. A. FORD.
rpHK BOARD OF MANAGERS OF THE
JL Aiononzahcla Navlcation Company bare
this day declared a dividend on tbe capital
stock of THREE DOLLARS PER SHARE
for tbe past six months, payable to tbe stock
holders or their legal representatives on and
alter the loth Inst. V. BAKEWELL,
Pn-rsBUKO, Jnly 1L 18S9. Treasurer.
Monday. Tnesdav and Wednesday,
STREETS OF NEW YORK.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
THE CREOLE, ARTICLE 47.
TAUNCAN C. WHITE,
71 Diamond street.
Second door above Smlthfleld,
' l E. LINKENHEIMER, ,
515 Smlthfleld street, Pittsburg, Fa- Frelheit
FrenndBoildlnc. second floor. rahSsVSO-MWT ,
..r -i ,
ELOCUTION - MUSIC -UTERATURE.
Mrs. Lizxie Pershing Anderson's School.
61 Union avenue. Allegheny. French and Ger
man. Drawing and PainUnc Emrilsh studies.
Fall term opens September 10, 1889. Send for
HOLY GHOST COLLEGE , , .
Complete preparatory, commercial .and
r.iil"iat departments, .reopens YV i.DJ'i.fciS
DAY, SEPTEMBER; new students examined
Monaay. September 2. Apply to Rev. Jonx
T. MURPHY, C. S. Lp., President. JJ17-2H
BISHOP BOWMAN INSTITUTE A COL
LEGIATE school for young ladies, cor
ner Penn are. and Fourth street, Pittsburg;
The next session begins Wed., Sept. 1L Send
for register giving foil Information. Addresa
the rector, REV. R. J. COSTER, A. M.
CHELTENHAM -ACADEMY. OGONTZ
Pa. Unexcelled location and surround
lugs. New school equipment. Gymnasium,
military drill, etc. Thorough preparation for
college or scientific school. For circular, eta,
address J. CALVIN RICE. A. M., Principal.
-TEYV YORK MILITARY ACADEMY,
il Cornwall-on-Hudson. Courses of study in
civil engineering, English and classics. Labor
atory, drawing room and field work. Beautiful
building?, grounds, location. COL. C J.
WRIGHT, a S., A. M, Snpt,; BELDUN F.
HYATT. Comd't of Cadets. jel0-ll
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD
EMY. Chester. Pa. Twentv-elchtU year
opens September 18. A MILITARY COL
LEGE. Civil Engineering. Chemistry. Archi
tecture. Arts. Thoroughly organized, prepara
tory courses. Circulars of Mr. F.G.PAUL
SON, 441 Wood St., city. CoL CHAa E.
HYATT. President- jyl062-YVS
PITTSBURG FEMALE COLLEGE FULL
X and special couraes of stndv in Literature.
Language, Natural Science, Music, Art and
Elocution. Unsurpassed home eomforts and
care. Buildings large: facilities ample. Health
ratio not surpassed anywhere Location cen
tral; Eighth street, near Penn avenue. Tuition
and boarding very reasonable. Next season
opens September 10. For catalogue and full
information send to
PRESIDENT A. H. NORCROSS, D. D
jylO-23-ws Pittsburg. Pa.
AUCTION SALE MANUFACTURING
site. On the premises. River ave.. Alle
gheny, opposite new Thirteenth street bridge,
between P. & YV. and YV. P. R. R, TUESDAY,
July 23, al 2 o'clock P. M., lot 200x125, with im
provements, viz.: A large and substantially
built planing mill, with nrst-class machinery. "
2-story brick office building, stable; etc. Terms
One-half cah: balance in 1,2 and 3 years.
JOHN J. HOWLEY, 127 Fourth ave.
BY JAS. W. DRAPE fc CO.
AUCTION SALE-OF BLACKSMITH'S
shop (fitted with natural gas) and lot
25x50 feet, with all the necessary tools for tbe
business. 2 sets of bellows, 2 anvils, a large as
sortment of manufactured horseshoes, iron,
scrap, stove, etc., etc on Oakland avenue be
tween Fifth avenue and Forbes street, Oak
land, same stand occupied by S. li. Mackle. To
be sold on next THURSDAY AFTERNOON,
Jnly 18, at 2 o'clock, on tbe premises.
Further particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE 4
CO., Auctioneers and Agents, 129 Fourth ave
nne. Pittsbnrc yl7-32
A MEETING OF THE LIFEMANAGER3
of Western Pennsylvania Exposition
Society will be held in the Art room, second
floor of Hamilton bnilding, FRIDAY. July 19,
18S9, at 3 o'clock P. M., to consider the question
of issning 53)0,000 in first mortgage bonds.
jyl5-3 JAS. YY BATCHELOR, Secretary.
NOTICE-THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the stockholders of tbe Pennsylvania
Manufacturing. Mining and Snpply Company
will be held at their offlce. No. 1004 Penn ave
nue. Pittsburg. Pa., on WEDNESDAY, July
17, 1889, at U o'clock A. M.
D. A. STEVENSON. Secretary.
Pn-TSBURO. July 11. I8S9. Jyll-16-p
-T OTICE TO TEACHERS THE BOARD
1M of School Directors of FIndlev township,
Allegheny connty. will meet at Imperial JULY
20, at 10 o'clock A. X. to elect 11 teachers; term
7 months: wages 35 per. mo,: applicants re
quested to be present at this meeting.
D. E. STONESIPHER, Secretary.
jr!3-34-MW3 Clinton. Pa.
the leading line. secuie berths and pass
ports. Issue drafts, letters of credit and money
orders, and sell foreign com at N. Y. rates.
MAX SCHAMBERG CO., 627 Smlthfleld st,
XTOTICE THE SCHOOL BOARD OF
JN Scott township will hold their election of
teachers at YVoodvilIe. Chartiers Valley R. R.,
on SATURDAY. July 20. 1889. at 10 A.M.;
term 7 months; salary for principal at Glen
dale $50 per month; other schools 38 per
month. M. C. DUNLEVY. Sec
jvl656 Allegheny County. Pa.
XT OTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED
IN proposals will be received at tbe office ot
City Controller until WEDNESDAY, tbo 17th
day or July, A. D. 1SS9. at 2 P. SL, for the fol
Forbes street, from Brady street to Boyd
Cherry alley, from Third avenue to Water
State alley, from Wylie arenue to Fifth,
Scott alley, from Penn avenue to Duquesno
Church alley, from Sixth avenue to Straw
Slocum alley, from Pennavenuo to Liberty
Strawberry alley, from Smlthfleld street to
PAVING AND CURBING.
Corday alley, from Pearl street to Cedar
The paving of the above street and alleys to
he either of Standard Sheet ' Asphalt with,
bituminous base or Vulcanite Asphalt.
Keystone street, from Fifty-fourth street to
PAVING AND CURBING.
Keystone street, from Stanton avenue to
GRADING AND PAVING.
Dresden alley, from Fifty-second street to
Dresden alley, from Stanton avenue to fifty
GRADING. PAVING AND CURBING.
South Twenty-eighth street, from East Car
son street to Jane street.
Mawhlnney street, from sonth side of Forbes)
street to a point 567 feet, more or less, south
Allen street, from Lillian street to Washing
ton avenue. "
Larkins alley, from South Twenty-fourth,
street to South Twenty-fifth street.
Tho paving of the above named streets and
alleys to be either of Standard Sheet Asphalt
with bituminous base. Vulcanite Asphalt,
Block Stone. Irregular Block Stone or Cobble)
Stone, and bids will be received for each kind
Miller street, from Center arenne to Reed
street; 15-inch pipe.
Twenty-second street, from south sids of
Railroad street 'to Allegheny river; 18-lnch
Through and over private properties of
Margaret Hardie et al. and crossing Brooks,'
Bates and Zulema streets, from YVard street
to a connection with Cunlifle run sewer; 18-inch
Wnintnl Haw ffutm QnrttT 1Mitw.t.laJ
street to south twenty-fourth street; 15-inch,
ox street, from South Twenty-fourth
street to South Twenty-third street; 15-inch
W-tlllngford street, from Bidwell street to
Barton street; 15-Inch pipe.
Penn avenue and Braddock arenue. from
Linden avenue 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
Eacn proposal must be accompanied by a
bond probated before the Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves tha
right to reject any or all bids.
E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
" A FTER TWO TRIALS."
FRED BEDLSTEIN, of Spring Garden ave-,
was relieved of a large tapeworm by Dr. Bur
goon on July 9. after having treated with two
other physicians for tbe same.
Mr. Beilstein can be- seen at the Allegheny
market, where he has a butcher's stand.
DR.BURGOON treats all curable diseases.
Over 300 testimonials of your neighbor! cured
at his office, 47 Ohio st Allegheny. Pa,
Consultation free. yl3
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