Newspaper Page Text
THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, 'SUNDAY, JULY 21, 1889.
THE MDSIC WORLD.
I" Harmony Does Not Yet Iieigii Over
A Professional Musicians.
4 A KUMOR TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE.
The Flag of Truce Torn Down and Eecon
GOSSIP ABOUT ODE LOCAL MUSICIANS
' It was with no small pleasure that an
article was indited for this column some
, weeks ago referring to the prospect of
amicable settlement of the warfare that has
been so long and so destructively waged be
tween the rival camps of the band and or
chestral players. The idea that then seemed
to have a chance of prevailing was for the
members of each union to be permitted to
play with members of the other,
leaving their relations with players
not belonging to any union to
be determined by each union for itself, and
leaving each union to determine also its own
particular policies in other directions, it be
ing reasonably expected, trom the essential
similarity ot their organization, that the
general policy of both bodies would tend to
maintain fair prices, prevent impositions,
and advance the interests both of the players
themselves and of themusical community
What a delightful state of affairs this
would make. How rcsttul and soothing to
players and listeners, to mnsic-column
serines and readers alike to possess the bliss
ful consciousness that no more important
public occasions would be marred by union
intrigues, that no longerwould the disunion
and discord among professed music makers
intrude upon newspapei space devoted to an
art that should be harmonious if nothing
else. 'What a relief it would be!
It was too good to be true. Now it ap
pears that The Dispatch, iu printing the
repoit that President Ituhe, of the M. M.
(P. U., was taking m(o favorable considera
tion a plan so beneficial to all interests con
cerned, unjustly accused him of a weakness
that he indignantly repudiates. Mr. Kuhe
is out in a hot letter to the American Musi
cian, bristling with denunciations of the
amiable article above alluded to, which that
paper bad coined. The charge against,blm of
harboring peaceful intentions is hereby for
mally withdraw n. After prote-ting loudlv that
he does not want a reconciliation, Mr. Ruhe
"Under no consideration wil; I recognize any
mot eraent or plan, which will allow thoo who
have been unfaltluul to their pledge, share the
privileges of those that have carried out the
purpose of the M. M. P. U. In fact we will
recognize none only members in good standing,
with such modifications as our Jaws make, or
as they may be changed trom time to tim.e."
Clearly Mr. Ruhe does not want peace; he
must have "b-l-lud." The onlv reconciliation
that breathes through these sentences is that
of the lion who is willing to lie down with the
That remark about "sharing privileges" Is
really funny, when one remembers that It is
the Ucrnert fc Guentber Orchestra, the Toerge
Brothers Orchestra ana the Great Western
Hand all three bclonging.to the other union,
the A. C M. U. that actually engross the better
class of general musical engagements in this
city. The only privilege they would seem to
desire to share with the M. M. P. U. is that of
occasionally giving an odd job to some of its
members hen they have too much fur their
own men to do. And, in point of fact, the olt
shown eagerness on the part nf the few first
class players left in the 31. M. P. U. to get
such engagements with the organizations
named, is one of the chief reasons that
makes an amiable settlement desirable all
around. The players in the orchestras of the
three leading places of amusement have re
peatedly shown their readiness to break over
the JL SI. P. U. traces; they have unquestion
ably been held in check I bus lorg only by the
threat tbat the M. 11. P. U., through its rela
tions with the trades unions, will cause a strike
of the stage hands should the orchestra be non
union. Funnier yet is Mr. Rnhe's straight tip that
the article in question was put into this col
umn in order, if possible, to aiil the A. C. M.
U. in applying for admission to the Central
Trades Council. If there is one thing that has
been constantly and persistently opposed
in this column's comments upon the
union que-tion it is the absurdity and
folly of mixing up musical and trades unions.
The very fact of its membership in the Trades
Council, which Mr. Ruhe proudly relates as
proof of the M. M. P. JL'sngot to be consid
ered the only musical union in Pittsburg, is, in
the writer's opinion (and that of many leading
members ot the National league of Musicians
lti"lf) a stronc point to the contrary.
Once more be it said tbat il Mr. Ruhe or any
other responsible person has any correction,
contradiction or other side to set tortb. in con
nection with any matter mentioned iu this
rolnmn of The DisrATCil, he has only to send
or bring it to this office, or to the writer per
sonally, in order to secure all proper and possi
ble opportunity to state his case to the public
through this medium. The statement attrib
uted to Mr. Rube that such corrections havs
been requested by tbe writer and refused is ab
solutely and unqualifiedly false
Crotchets nnd Qnnvcr.
The loss on the season just ended at the San
Carlo, Naples, is said to be nearly 172,000.
HeekFrajtz Betz will sing the role of
Hans Sachs at the first performance of the
"Mcistersinger" in Bayrenth this jear. Herr
Betz has not sung in the Bayreuth "Festspiel
baus" since 1S76.
MissFanxig Reed will play the organ at
Emory M. K. Church this morning, the regular
incumbent going to .take the service at Cal
1 fry P. E. Chnrcb, where Mr. Retter's absence
hives a temporary vacancy.
Beksabd Staveshaoen is following the
example of his late master, Franz Liszt, in a
very practical manner. Tbat is to say, be will
cpend tbe summer at Weimar, and there give
gratuitous instruction to advanced pupils of tbe
Miss Margaret a. Crouch, the talented
dramatic soprano who returned from Kew
York for a few weeks ot rest, will sing at the
East Liberty Presbyterian ' Church on next
huuday morning. July 23. Tms will probably
be the only appearance of M.ss Crouch before
ber return to New York.
Mrs. Maumce L Coster has been engaged
as instructor in vocal music at the Pennsylvania
Female College, vice Mr. Amos Wbitlng, re
signed. Mrs. Coster is a pupil of the elder
Lamperti and other famous Italian masters, a
lady whose c"iarmjng singing at one of the Art
Society's spring receptions won instantaneous
success, and whose addition to the ranks of
Pitisbnrg's music teachers is most welcome.
t The Emperor of Austria has bought a rare
musical manuscript which be intends to donate
to the Ferdinand Library at InnsbrucK; itis a
collection of songs by the Tyrolean "Minne
singer." Oswald von wolkenstein. born in 1307.
who left three ilSS. collections nf song, the
most valuable of which is the one dated 13X1,
just acquired oy the Emperor. Of the remaining
two, one (dated HU) is already in the posses
sion ot the Ferdinand Library, tbe other (dated
ll)belongs to the Imperial Library at Vienna
Those Germans In this country who consider
it a national duty to bojeott Italian opera, will
be surprised to learn that the Emperor of Ger
many has ordered thataseason of Italian opera
shall be given each year at the Berlin Opera
House, and that 80,000 marks (J20.U00) shall be
' annually set aside for tbat purpose. As the
chorus and orchestra are fixtures being en
gaged all the jear, the subsidy granted by tbe
Eniperor will be used to pay for artists special
ly engaged lor the Italian season. American
It is pleasant to learn from a Boston corre
spondent of an Eastern journal that the Bean
eaters lid not, after all, fail to appreciate Mr.
Ad. Neuendorfs admirable promenade con
certs. l.r. Elliott sajs: "Whatever the cause
of the aiiandoninentof the Music Hall prom
enades, it ii assuredly not for lack ef patron
age, foi all aci'uuutk agree that in this respect
tlip season has excelled any of its predecessors.
Possibly the new opera that Mr. Neuendorff is
engaged upon may have ome bearing upon tbe
matter, as it necessitates a visit to Europe on
the part of this impresario."
St. MaeVs R. c. Cuuncu. Sharpsburg, has
ordered from the Winching Organ Co. a three
manual instrument, with 38 stops (not all
speakinr stops, of course) at the price of $5,000.
St. Mary's on Forty-sixth street, has also
ordered a three manual organ. 34 stops, at
4.009; and the R. C. Church at Wllkinsburg has
ordered a two manual organ, with 24 stops at
3 000 making tor this one company a total of
(22,000 worth o( organs ordered for this city and
vicinity within the past nine months. The
banner of tbe king of instruments floatetb
higher upon tbe Pittsburg breezes.
SrEAXrrto of the recent performance of
Elijah." at the Crystal Palace the Saturday
Review remarks: "We cannot help wishing
tbat Mendelssohn bad found a libretto for the
opera he was always tanking of writing In his
riper year. If it wer not for the too sacred
ciiM4. wi uid .uu ui tup xaijan it would I
ps most suitable in many ways for dramatic I
action, and we should like, if it were possible,
to hear some exceptional performance of ituu
the stage attempted. like that of Ober Amraer.
gau 'Passion Plaj,' so as not to shock the sus
ceptibilities of the most scrupulously religious
FOR PDEB ENJOYMENT.
Rundnll Club's Fete Chnmpetre to Surpass
All Former Efforts.
The Bandall Club evidently does not in
tend to allow any other organization to sur
pass it in the way of having a pleasant time
at its annual outing. President Fleming
has appointed the following members of the
club as an Executive Committee to make
all arrangements for their grand compli
mentary fete on Thursday, August 8, at
Silver Lake Grove. East End: J. E. Mc
Crickart, Chairman; H. T. Morris, Bart J.
Folr, D. C. Canlv, J. J. McKenna, Wm. J.
Welxel, P. J. McNulty.
This file will be strictly complimentary,
no member of the club being permitted to
dispose of a card of admission for money
under any circumstances.
The club takes the method of reciprocat
ing annually a few of the many favors ex
tended to it "by its friends during tbe year.
No expense will be spared to make the affair
the most brilliant and enjoyable mid-summer
festival of the season. '
The ground and everything connected
therewith will be under the exclusive con
trol of the club and no liquor or other ob
jectionable feature will be at this or any
other affair of the Eandall Club, the object
being to have them conducted in such a
manner that the families of the members
and their (riends can meet in-social enjoy
ment tor the day in as perfect security as
they would at their own homes.
The great success of the clnb in securing
this object in the past is a guarantee that it
will be fully attained on this occasion. All
the members of the club will have compli
mentary cards at their disposal in a few
SCHOOL 1IA'AHSIK POET.
Rnfe Arrival In Ireland of liter Farnessla
Wllh Pittsburg Teachers.
Superintendent Luckey yesterday re
ceived a cablegram from Prof. J. K. Bain,
which said that the steamship Furnessia,
with the party of school teachers aboard,
had arrived at the little port of Moville, on
Loch Foyle, County Donegal, Ireland, at 5
o'clock yesterday morning. All the mem
b ers of the party are in good health.
Making Dp for It
Detroit Free Press.
"Please, sir, give me a stamp," she said
at the postoffice window the other day.
"Here it is, little girl," said the clerk as
he raked in the two pennies and passed it
She took it and walked directly to the
mailing boxes and dropped it into one of the,
"Here what did you do that for?" called
"Please, sir, but I dropped a letter in yes
terday without auv stamp on it, and that's
to make up for it."
Whnt Killed the Publisher.
Anthor to his publisher I have just
written a book in which I urge the young
and ambitious to develop backbone as a
valuable aid to success. What shall I call
it? Something terse, you know.
Publisher How would "Spine" do?
Anthor I'm afraid if I use "Spine" for
a title it will suggest the late lamented
Hugh Conway, and I don't want to do that.
Publisher How can it suggest him?
Author Whv, Spine is often "Called
Lone DIsinnce Literature.
Philadelphian So yon have Browning
clubs and Shakespeare clubs in St. Louis?
I am very glad to hear it.and as yon are to be
in this city some time Ihope you will join
some oi our literarv societies.
St. Louis man With pleasure.
"The meetings are held "
"Meetings? TJm er I don't care to be
long to literary societies that hold meet
ings. Ours never meet. Too tiresome, you
lie Would Pound the Top of His Head Off.
Nebraska btate Journal. 1
Suaday School Teacher (to new pupil)
We are taught by the Bible that when some
one smites us on one cheek we should turn
the other to him. Isn't that a beautiful
"Now, if an enemy were to smite you on
one cheek what would you do?"
"I'd pound the top ot his head off."
"Uncle Ben, your son was fooling around
my hencoop last night and I came very near
catching him. He had his hand on a
chicken, but let it go when he heard me."
"Boss, did ycr say he had a hand on a
chicken an' den let it go?"
"Den't 'twar'nt' none ob ray son,
nigger war'n't none ob my raising."
Darned for Revenge.
Johnny had just been trounced. As he
lelt the paternal presence he beheld,
through his tears, the' family cat cleansing
her fnr. cat fashion, with its tongue.
"Ma," blubbered the youngster, "I'd like
to be that cat for about five minutes."
"Why?" asked his mother.
, "So's I could lick my pa."
Mrs. Honeymoon Algernon, dear, I
wish you would put on your red neck-tie
Mr. Honeymoon Why,my love?
Mrs. Honeymoon Because we are to
have radishes, tomatoes, strawberries and
A Dnngrronn Newspaper.
The St. Louis Star-Sayings, as an in
ducement to newspaper readers, offers an
accident insurance policy for p50 for each
purchaser of the paper, good for 24 hours.
Munsey's Weekly.! '
"What is your son doing now, Mr. Jane
way?" "Oh, he's braced up wonderfully. He's
doing nothing now. While he was in busi
ness he nearly ruined me."
Philadelphia Press J
When we perceive the ways of sham
'lis argument conclusive.
That one had better be a clam.
Than varn and self-delusive.
Making the ""t of it, Jvdpe.
Wf r Ci
A GREAT INDIAN ACT.
How W. J. Florence Determined to
Surprise Joe Jefferson, but
WAS ROUTED WITH GREAT LOSS.
Eip Tan TYinilb's Body Guard Comes to the
THE BEATES EETEEAT IN GEEAT HASTE
tWBITTElt TOR THE TJI8PATCH.1
The proposed combination of Florence
and his cotemporary, "Joe" Jefferson, in a
revival of high-class comedies, is one that
appeals to all admirers of the modern stage
despite the regretable feature that it will
necessitate the retirement of Mrs. Florence.
Jefferson and Floience have already
played an engagement together. It oc
curred a year or so ago in a little town in
Canada on the Restigouche river.
Florence is an ardent disciple of Walton and
a marvelously successful one, as countless
handsome salmon could testify. On this
occasion he had persuaded Jefferson, whose
sporting proclivities run in the opposite direc
tion, to form one of a party consisting of him-
sen, u. w. i;ouiiicK, wuiiim Harris, ior years
leading man with Maggie Mitchell, and others
whose names escape me now.
A son of a neighboring fanner a huge,
looseI)-built, stupid-looking fellow had for
some reason taken aereat liking to Jefferson,
to whose service be voluntarily attached him
self. In his ardor to make himself useful he
was often considerable of a nuisance.
A BUTT FOR THE PABTY.
Many and many were the jokes practised at
his expense by tbe Thespians, all of which he
took in good part, apparently willing to cater
to their amnsement as long as they allowed
him to remain near Jefferson; but one day be
turned the tables on them in a somewhat un
expected manner. The sport had become
somewhat Black, for even fishing loses its
charm after a while. Jefferson bad gone out
to an island a short distance up the river, with
his sketching materials, and accompanied, as
usual, by his admirer. The rest of .the party
were lying about the camp, watting forsoufe
thing to turn up, nhen Florence proposed that
they should disguise themselves as Indians, go
up tbe river, surprise Jefferson and enjoy the
surprise and horror of the countryman. .
As the proposition bad at least tbe advantage
of novelty, they all agreed and a hunt for the
necessary costume, was at once instituted.
In half an hour all were in readiness, and a
more horrible looking set of men it would be
difficult to find.
A TERRIBLE MAKEUP.
A bank of peculiar red earth had been
utilized by all for the complexion. In addition,
one or two had a series of zebra-like stripes in
white and yellow. Florence was perhaps the
worst looking of the party. His face was
daubed a bright red with the exception of his
nose, which he had chalked a dead white.
Eyebrows in jet black an inch wide ornamented
his forehead. He wore a red ringlet wig and a
pair of Jeffcrsonian "Rip Van Winkle"
whiskers. His costume consisted of a black
shirt, a pair of bright blue tights,
cavalry boots and a short Roman
dress. Couldock was "made up" as an
ancient buccaneer, black tights, petticoat trou
sers, brown coat and large sailor hat, be bad a
black bald wig and a huge pair of red whis
kers. It would be impossible to describe Harris.
He had borrowed an article here and there,
and represented anything from Hamlet to a
Western desperado. The costumes of the oth
ers were in the same general style.
To say that they created a sensation as they
walked to the rive" would be to express it
mildly. Tbe slow, steady-going citizens of the
ancient town gazed at them in wonder, too sur
prised even to follow them.
as tnev moved up the river they arranged
the details of tbe plot. They were to surround
the unsuspecting couple on all sides, and at a
given slima 1 to dash forward and apparently
attack Jefferson iu a violent manner. He was
expected to recognize them and enter Into tbe
joke. After tbe countryman had been suffi
ciently frightened they were to reveal their
identity and enjoy a hearty laugh at his ex
pense. HOW THE JOKE SPED.
As they approached the camp they rowed In
under the overhanging trees and landed, they
cautiously neared the victims and took their
places; when all was ready Florence care the
signal, and in pursuance ot arrangement, with
loud yells they dashed into tbe lnclosute where
the comedian was sitting.
One part of the programme was a decided
success. Jefferson and his confrere were cer
tainly surprised. Astbey left the woods the
latter's eyes opened to their widest extent, and
be appeared to be seriously contemplating im
mediate flight. Only for a moment, however.
The next instant he threw off his coat
and with a yell tbat double discounted theirs
he waded into the crowd with both fists, down
went onctben another, and for afew moments,
as Jefferson expresses It, the air seemed fall of
legs and arms. A retreat was Anally made and
an inventory of damages taken. Florence bad
a bad eye, Couldock as willing to admit that
his nose felt a trifle sore but Harris with a
perversitystrangely at variance with the catidor
of the others, strongly aserted that he had not
touched him. Explanations were finally made
and all ended happily. Mokton".
"HTJIIBY TTP THE CAKES,"
And be sure to put into
them the proper quantity of
Banner Baking Powder
and they will be
light, sweet and delicious.
Mistakes are avoided by using
this celebrated powder, as each
cancontainl a measure, and
full directions go with it.
PEACH SHOKT CAKE.
Take one pound of flour; mix well through
itoneand a halfmeasures "Banner" Baking
Powder; add, two teaspoonsfuls salt; then
rub iu one-half pound shortening; add with
a spoon one-half pint of sweet milk; bake in
jelly cake pans; when cold, and just before
eating, place in layers. Take ripe, fresh
peaches.which have previously been washed,
pared, chopped and sugared. Spread the
fruit on each layer and serve with cream.
BED RASPBERRY SHORT CAKE.
Take one pound of flour; mix well through
it one and a half measures "Banner" Bak
ing Powder; add two teaspoonfuls salt; then
rub in one-balf pound cold shortening; add
with a spoon one-haU pint sweet milk; bake
in jelly cake pans; when cold, and jnst be
fore eating, place in layers, covering each
one with raspberries which have previously
That Settled Ir.
Detrot Free Press.j
"That settles it," said a prisoner whom
His Honor sentenced to the work-house for
60 days the other morning.
"Settles what?" asked the officer to whom
the remark was addressed.
"I have been troubled in my mind
whether to go down to Long Branch or np
to Mackinac this summer. Now I won't
have to go to either."
Detroit Free Press, t
The youog man rushed in with a yell and a
Ha tang up 'the Central" and called for a
(Please say conp-A).
Then talcing his girl with a jest and a laugh.
He spent his last cent at a neighboring cafe.
JOTHtplay adverliinnenU one dollar per
square for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, etc-, ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken for 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 ad vertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisement are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with Tux Dis
TnOMAS MCCAFFREY, 33x9 Butler street.
KMIL G. STUCKEY. Mth street and Penn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY A CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton it.
H. STOKELY. Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, eiaPenn avenue.
MCALLISTER & SHElBLER,:thav. 4 At wood St.
JACOB SPOHN. No. ! Carson street.
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Canon street.
A. J. XAEKCHEU, S9 Federal street.
H. J. McBRIDE. Federal and Ohio streets.
FRED H. EGGERS. 172 Ohio street.
F. IL EOGERbiSON. Ohio and Chestnut its.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson street.
THOMAS 31CHENUY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Fenntvlvanlaand Beaver aves.
FEltltY 1 . GLE1M. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
-TTT ANTED rATTEBNMAKEU IMMEDI
V ATELY. JACOB H. JONES, 20 lVnn
WANTEU-DK1YEB FOB PRIVATE FAM
ILY. Address, with reference, J.P. E.. Dis
patch office. Jy2l-33
-TTANTED-DRUG CLEKE. ONE THAT
VV speaks German. Address OPIUM, Dis
patch office. JySI-oe
WANTEDA FIRST-CLASS H0K3ESH0EB.
Inquire at SAMUEL MOOKE'S, No. 5813
Penn ave.. East End. Jy2l-61
tTfTANTED-bTONEJIASONS. INQUIBlI OF
V V Mess. CAMPBELL A 'SON, at the works,
ill Klver avenue, Allegheny City. JyM-11
WANTED-A FIRST-CLAbS SPENCERIAN
glass engraver. Address H. D. HILL, Cbsn
tanqua, Cbantanqua county, New York.
WANTED-OLASS FACTORY MANAGER
Tor tableware honse: a good place for the
rirhtman. Address "FLINT," Dlioatch office.
-VTTANTED-LABORERS on PIPE LINE ON
VV bMALLMAN STREET, between Thirty
sixth and Thirty-seventh sts., Monday morning.
TIT A N T E D A FIRST-CLASS WHITE
YV barber; good wages to right party. Apply
or address W. H. SCHEEL, Tarrntuni, Pa.
-TTTANTEU COLORED BOY TO AITEND
TV horcesand drive: mnsthave recommenda
tions. Address HOUSEMAN, Dispatch office.
WANTED-A PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN,
sober and industrious: none other need ap
ply. Address ELECTRICIAN, Dispatch office.
WANTED TWO EXPERIENCED WAGON
blacksmith helpers: no others need apply.
J. H. KE.NT& CO., No. 45 Fourteenth St., S. S.
-TTTANTED-AN EXPERIENCED AND COM
V PETENT bookkeeper desires a (situation;
first-class city references. Address BOX 973. Pgh.
WANTED-BOILEB MAKERS AND CAULK
ERS Immediately: apply at works. First
and Seeond avenues and Short street. BITER A
-VTT ANTED A GOOD COATM AKERTO WORK
TV In shop In the cltv; to right man good wages
and steady work: slbgle man preferred. Apply
J. KLEE& CO.. 811 Liberty St. Jy21-116
-TTJANTED-A FIRST-CLASS MECHANICAL
YV draughtsman, accustomed to machine de
signing and mechanical calculations; state age,
experience and salary expected. E L. S.. Dis
patch offl'i. Jy21-a)
ANTED-A BESPECTABLE, INTELLI
GENT min for outdoor emnlovment: per
manency lr suitable. Apply Monday morning at
nuuji -, xeiepnone onuaing, ju Danouscy si..
ANTED-BOOKKEEPEK FOR A GLASS
WORKS: onlv those having had exnerl'nce
in glass xaciorirs neea apply; permanrnt position
for flrst-class man. Address GLASS FACTORY,
Dispatch office. ' ' jy21-56
WANTEI1-LOAM MOLDEB-THE ADDYS
TON PIPE aND STEEL CO., of Cincinnati,
desire to engage a good loam inolder: steady em
ployment to responsible man who will come and
live near the works. JySl-33
-TT7-ANTED-THE SERVICES OF 10 OR 2) IN
VV TELL1GENT and energetic men of good ad
dress: Inclose r stamp for particulars. Address
PEOPLE'S SUPPLY CO.. Manorvllle, Armstrong
county. Pa. jy2I-37
ANTED-FOR THE UNITED STATES
army, able-bodied, unmarried men, between
the ages of 21 and 25 years; good pay. rations,
clothing nud medical attendance. Apply at NO.
915 PENN AVENUE, Plttsbnrg, Pa.
WANTED SALESMAN TO INTRODUCE
our new Paragon school apparatus Into
schools: teachers especlallyanaptedipoftlllon per
manent and profitable. WESTERN PUBLISH
ING HOUSE, 10 East sixteenth St., New York,
-YTrAJ"rE1,-BAD WRITERS AT SMART'S
V V Eclectic Shorthand and Business College. 4
Sixth street. Plttsbnrg. Good penmanship taught
In a few lessons. Instruction thorough and pri
vate tor both sexes. College open day and even
ing through summer. Jt13-85-ttSSu
-T7"ANTED OFFICE CLERK FOB ABOUT
TV two months; position may b permanent;
rapid writer and good penman required: book
keepers, office clerks, tic., deslrli g situations
should leave their nameswlth me. W.WOOLSEY,
Expert Accountant. 163 Fifth avenue. Jy2l-U3
ANTED-MEN TO ATTEND NEW YORK
Cutting School: Urllng's actual mnnrr.
ment tangbt In all Its branches; the only true
sstem fitting any and all shapes; no trying on:
Instructions, 10 A. M. to 4 p. jt. ; evening. 7 to 9
F. M.; cal I or write for circular. M4WOODbT..
Pittsburg. Pa. Jy9-49
WANTED-SALESMEN-WE WISH A FEW
men to sell our goods by sample to the
wholes-ile and retail trade; on salary: largest
manufacturers In onrllne; Inclose 2c stamp:Srages
13 per day; permanent position; money advanced
for wage;, advertising, etc. CENTENNIAL
M'F'G. CO.. Cincinnati. O. Jeaw-rrssu
WAN TED-AGENTS FOB THE MISSOURI
Waher which affords profitable business;
It washes dirtiest clothes clean by hot steam with
out rubbing: arguments In Its favor are numerous
and convincing: easily sold: sent on two weeks
trial to be returned at my expense if sot satisfac
tory: write for Illustrated circular and terms. J.
WORTH. 54 Beekman St., N. Y.
ANTED nANDSEWERS STEADY
worK. SAJirLlMEK KICH, 819 Liberty
. starcher. Apply at once to HOME SffcAM
LAUNDRY. Unlontown, Pa. Jyl9-3
WAN TED-GIBLSTO LEARN EMBROIDERY
work; steady employment Apply H.
HOLTZMAN & bONtf. Ill Market St. Jy2I-65
Slnle and Female ilelo.
XTTANTED-A FEW INTELLIGENT LADIES
YV and gentlemen who want to make money;
commissions paid dally. Apply Immediately. J.
R. CU1LLK. room 2, 1038 Penn ave. Jy21-9
-VTJANTED COOK AND CHAMBERMAID
It for small family, lanndressea, cooks, cham
bermaids, dining room girls, nurses, bouse girls,
German and colored girls, waiters, drivers, farm
hands. MRS. E. THOMPSON, 608 Grant su
WANTED-LAUIES AND GENTLEMEN TO
earn (3 to S5 a day at own homes: no can
vassing: work by mall anv distance. For paitlc
ulnrs address, ' with stamp, CRYSTAL1ZLD
PHOTO CO.. 112 W. Sixth St., Cincinnati, O.
WANTED-EAKNEST CHRISTIAN MEN
and women to eel! The Christian's
Legacy." Agents write: "IheChrlstian'sLegacy
Is tbe fastest selling book I have ever handled.
In a little less than hours' work I have taken SO
orders, and made more money In its sale than on
any book I have ever sold, and I have been a can
vasser for several years. I enjoy showing It to
people.lt Is such a good, helpful book." "1 have a
record of hours worked, in all a Ht tie overaweek's
work, containing 10 hours for a dav, and have 89
orders." Send lor circulars. W.J. HOLLAND,
130 Nassau St., N. Y. Jy4-81-wsu
Booms. Bouses. Etc.
WANTED-TO RENT A HOUSE OF SIX OR
eight rooms on Fort Wayne or Panhandle
Railroad. Address A. H., Dispatch office.
TYJANTEU TO BUY A SUBURBAN HOME,
TT partly cash and monthly payments, with
natural ras nreferred: nrlee S2.00U to nsn. Ad
dress SUBURBAN HOME, No. 53 Dispatch office,
TTT-ANTED-TO KENT A NEATLY FUR
VV N1SHED honse with all modern conveni
ences; will board owner if desired: can give good
security: reference exchanged. Address PER
MAN EN T. Dispatch office. IrH-M
Boarders nnd Lodgers.
rriMTED' PERSONS DESIRING GOOD
VV country board can learn of a pleasant placa
by addressing MB. M. K.. hmsworth. J y 1-117
WANTED-TWO GENTLEMEN FOB FUB
NlbHED room with board: large grounds,
fruit and shade trees, hot and cold and hne spring
water, stables, etc; most desirable location In
East End. on line of Penn ave. cable cars. Call
or address J. M. KENNEDY, cor. Penn and Ht
ren; .. K Fnd. Jr21l
"TTrANTED-POSITION BY A YOUNG MAN,
TT In office work; ran give good reference. Ad
dress J. H., 82 Avery street, Allegheny City, Pa.
WANTED POSITION BY AN EXPERI
ENCED druggist; speaks S different lan
guages; best of rsierenees. Address PEPSIN,
Dispatch office. Jy21-3l
TTJANTED-EMPLOYMENT BY COMPETENT
TV honse painter; will contract or work by the
day; good references. Address HOWARD, DIs
paich office. jy21-92
WANTED-S1TUATION BY A YOUNG MAN
with first-class recommendations: wishes to
Jrocure employment; not afraid of work. Address
. P.. Dispatch office. y20-14
WANTED-A POSITION IN A WllOLiOJAI.E
house, by a young man with seven years'
eJPr!ence In the grocery business: wages no
object at first. Address N. B., Dispatch office.
WANTED-SITUATION BY MAN WHO UN
DERSTANDS the care or horses and cows,
and can do gardening and make himself gener
ally useful. Address "A. K." Dlspatcn office.
WANTED-SITUATION BY A DRUG CLERK,
either In city or country: four and a half
years experience; graduate of P. C. P.; good
city reference. Addess DIGITALIS, Dispatch
"TTAN TED POSITION AS MANAGING
T housekeeper in a refined home by a young
widow, accomplished and capable: name with
references required to answers. Address, for one
week, GENEVIEVE, Dispatch office. Jy21-8
WANTEDBY A GOOD COACH PAINTER
and first-class woodworker of all kinds, a
situation on outskirts of city; can be seen where
employed for all particulars from my last em
ployer. Address J. F.SABCZT, East Liberty P.
. Pa. JT2I-78
complicated accounts examined and
straightened: commercial books of every char
acter opened and closed; new" systems Introduced
adaptable to every business; bookkeepers fur
nished permanently or temporarily: contracts
made for seeping books by the month or year un
der my personal supervision; bookkeepers, office
clerks, etc.. with good references, should call on
me. w. WOOLSEY, Expert Accountant, 183
Hfth avenue. jy21-112
W ANTED-FOR UNUSUAL BUSINESS OP
PORTUNirY.rlght party, with 13)0 or more,
to whom Is offered chance to make 82,000 to $5,000
annually managing branch office. DUN LAP
ELEClRlc CO.. Philadelphia. Jy21-36-TTSSU
62 Fourth ave. J 1 20-50
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY AT 4K, 5 AND
6perccntrre?oftax. W. C. STEWART;
111 Fourth ae. Jaa-2-80
WANTED-8300,ftC0TO LOAN ON BOND AND
mortgage: 5 per cent Interest; no State tax.
GEO. JOHN bTON, 62 Fourth ave. jy20-S0
"TTTANTED-MORTGAGES MON EY TO LOAN
TT In sums to suit at 4&, S Tnd 6 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel; 167.
In large and small amounts at 4k. i and 6
per cent, free or State tax; no delay. REED B.
COYLE A CO., 131 Fourth ave. my21-60
WANTED MORTGAGES tL 000, 000TO LOAN
on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
6 per cent, and on larms In Allesbenv and aala-
cent counties at 6 per cent. 1. M. PEN NOCK A
SON, 10 onrth avenue.
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY-WE HAVE
over one million dollars to loan on city and
suburban property at 4U per cent; no tax: we
will also loan monev on imDroved farms In Alle
gheny, Beaver. Fayette, Washington and West
moreland countles;any marketable security taken
for loans or any amount. BLACK" A BAIRD. 95
Fourth ave. i c3-a9-su
WANTED YOU TO GET A BAKEB'S
dozen (13) of Stewart & Co. 'a fine cabinet
photos for II, at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
-TTJANTED-TO SELL A FINE BAKERY,
YV confectionery, horse and wagon, a good
route: the reason for selling Is ill health. Address
L. B., Dispatch office. JyU-loS
WANTED CUSTOMERS FOR DIAMONDS,
gold and sliver watches, marble clocks, sil
verware, etc., at SI per week upward, at 11 Fed
eral St., Allegheny. J. MITSCH. JelS-MWFSu
YTTANTED-LADIES TO KNOWHAUGH &
tt Keenan repair, reflnlsh or upholster old
furniture promptly and in the best pobslble man
ner. 33 AND if WATER ST. 'Phone 1626. my9-82
ANTED TO START A' CLUB OF 42 MEM
BEBS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one in me ciud at fi w per wees:. Aauress l. u.
BOX 501, and X will call and snow you the watch.
-TT ANTED - EVEBY PEBSON TROUBLED
TV with rheuruatlbiu. either acute or chronic,
t use Laruma Prescription. For sale by O. F.
KIBKENDALL & CO., Druggists, Monongahela
-rrr anted - physicians, attention
VV The most compute manikin, or physicians'
aid, ever offered to the profession. Just ready for
the market: an active, upright salesman wanted.
r. a. ULi3iai.E,jLis, iu juut Bixieenw St.. .lew
-T7-ANTED-BY PEARSON. LEADING PHO
V TOGBAPHER. 96 Fifth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know tbat he is making fine cabinets at 1 SO per
dozen: photos delivered when promised: instan
taneous process. mhl3-63
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
Cltv Residences. ,
FOR SALE-LOGAN ST.. NEAB FIFTH AVE.,
2-story brick dwelling, 6 rooms. In good con
dition; price, 82,300. J. C.KE1LLY. 77 Diamond
FOBSALE-A NEAT LITTLE HOME ON MT.
H ashlngton for (1. 000; 4 nice rooms and good
cellari lotsoffmlt and shade trees: lot 50xlts. J.
C. RE1LLY, 77 Diamond St. Jy21-84-TTSSu
FOR SALE-tLOCO CASH WILL BUY THAT
3-story brick In Pcacb alley; No. 16 Is In
good repair and pays 10 per cent net. W. C.
STEWART. 114 Fourteenth avenue, 3 e23-20-su
FOB SALE-WYLIE AVE.. NEAR DAVIS
street, 2-story and mansard brick dwelling, 7
rooms, bath, laundry, etc.: a very desirable
home; lot 23x100. J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond St.
FOR SALE-BEDFORD AVE.. NEAR SHAF
FER St., a nice 2 story frame honse: 7 rooms;
attic, cellar, slate roof etc.: lot 20xlC0 leet: price
only 12,000. L M. PENNOCK& SON, 105 Fourth
FOR SALE-9 PER CENT INVESTMENT ON
Chatham St.: 2-story brick dwelling: 6 rooms
on rear: fronting on Mate alley: 2 frame dwell
ings ot 3 rooms each; Iot20x93. J. C. REILLY. 77
Diamond St. Jy2I-M-TTBSu
FOR SALE-BLUFF ST.t NEAR COLLEGE,
new brick house 8 rooms, hall, bathroom,
finished basement: all late Improvements: lot 23
ft. 9 In. by 133 ft.: terms to suit. ROBT. COW
ARD, No. 2U Bluff st. Jyil-63-TTSsn
FOR SALE-SECOND AVE.. ABOVE GRANT
St.. three-story brick house of 10 rooms:
hill, cellar, water, gas, etc.; lot 21 feet on Seeond
ave. and 130 feet to First ave. L M. PEN NOCK
&. SON, 105 Fonrtb ave. Jy20-39
FOR SALE-6 CHOICE HOUSES ON SIDNEY
street, above Twenty-third, the best and
pleaantest location on the Southslde: Sidney
street-being wide, newly paved and well lm-
S roved; houses, to be finished by August 1st,
ave pressed brick and stone ornamental fronts,
snd contain eight rooms, with bath, laundry and
every other convenience: city water, gas and
natural gas on each floor, and good plumbing
leading to city sewers makes dwellings first class
in every respect; Smltbfleld and Carson street ears
Eass within one square; terms, 81, 000 cash, with
alance payable as arranged to suit purchaser.
Applv to BAKEWELL PHlLLU'S.- Dispatch
office. Fifth ave., city. Je27-85-Trsu ,
East End Residences.
FOR SALE-OAKLAND-nANDSOME BRICK
residence of 10 rooms: hall, vestibule: replete
with modern conveniences: large lot, stable, etc.
1. M. PENNOCK & bON, 105 Fourth ave. Jy20-3i
FOR SALE-82, 2.-0-ON EASY PAYMENTS A
new brick dwelling of 6 rooms located In
good neighborhood. East Liberty; near cable
cars. "W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR 8ALE-810,E00 i ACRES OF GROUND,
with 6-rooui house, located In bhadyslde. In a
neighborhood that will undonbtcdly be strictly
first-class: has a frontage on a 60-foot avenue of
430 feet, and a frontage of 430 feet on a 50-foot
street: Is within lOminutes' walk of Firth avenue
cable cars. W. C. STEWART, lit Fourth ave.
rn SALE-MEYRAN AVE.. 2-STOBY AND
mansard brick dwelling. 8 rooms, bath. In
side w. c, a. and n. gas, lront and back porchrs,
marble mantels ln,every room, bay windows;
good spring water on lot; this property Is first
class, andean be bought several nnndred dollars
below its real value; lot 22x141 to Ward st. J. C.
REILLY, 77 Diamond st, Jy21-84-TTSSa
TT'OR SALE-810.0O0-TERMS TO SUIT PUB
E CHASER; new Queen Anne brick residence,
having large porches, vestibule: 4 rooms on first
floor, 4 rooms and1 bath on second and 3 attic
rooms; well finished, nicely (papered and has
fine gas fixtures; good stable en premises; large
lot; located on a paved avenue. In a well-lin-
S roved and desirable neighborhood. W. C.
TEWART. 114 Fourth ave. ap21-K-su
FOB SALE-ONLY A FEW NOW RbMAlN
unsold of the very desirable eight-room
dwellings on Oakland square: the rapidity with
which sales have Jieen mado shows the estimation
in which they are held: durably built and hand
somely finished, supplied with every modern con
venience: standing on large lots and facing a
nandsome park planted with beautiful shade
trees: these dwellings have the notable advantage
or being bnt 15 to 20 minutes from the postoffice by
tbe Pittsburg Traction road; a cable loop, lor
which an ordinance is now In Councils, will pass
within 100 feet of the square: prices 83, 600 and ts, -750;
terms, moderate cash paymentnd long time
on balance. Apply to C. A. CHANCE on the
TTtOR BALE-SSiCCO-THAT ELEGANT NEW
X' and substantial press brick dwelling (never
occupied), containing 9 rooms, bath, stationary
washstands, laundry, cement cellar and all lm-
76!, located on Ackler st., head ot
onterey St., Allegheny. W. C. STEWART. 114
Fonrth ave. . ap21-19-rn
FOR SALE ALLEO HEN Y-A GOOD PAYING
Investment, la Sixth ward: 6 nice 2-story
brick houses of 6 rooms each: attic cellar, both
kinds or gas, water, etc. tall In good repair: lot
111x72 feet: pleasant location. L M. PENNOCK
A SON. 105 Fonrth ave. Jy20-39
FOR SALE-COUNTRY HOME. IN A GOOD
railroad and river town, Beaver co. ; brick
honse of C rooms, large int. stable: office lor a
physician: only p,800. STEVENSON '3 AGENCY,
100 Fifth ave. Jy21-42
I7IOR SALE-1DLEWOOD. P.. C. & ST. L. It.
. R., two-story frame honse of 8 rooms, hall.
J torches, cellar, etc.; well built and nicely fln
shel: outbuildings: large lot, with frnlts and
shrubbery: price, nsco. I. M. PENNOCK &
SON. No. 165 Fonrth aye. - JV20-39
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE- LOTS ON WTLIE, WEBSTER AND
Bedford ave. GEO. JOUNSION, 62 Fonrth
FOR SALE-SEVERAL nUNDBED LOTS IN
Thirteenth ward. GEO. JOHNSTON, 62
Fonrth ave. jy20-50
FOR SALE-LOTS ON BLUFF AND V1CKBOY
sts., near college: terms to suit. ROBT.
COWARD, 20 Bluff s Jy21-68-TTSSu
FORSALE-C1TY LOTS-10LOTS ON LIBERTY
ave., between Thirty-ninth and FortlcthJts.,
Pittsburg, Pa.: low and on long time. II.
FORBES, W heeling, TV. Va. Je22-35
FOR SALE-827? ON SMALL PAYMENTS AND
easy terms will secure a good level lot. 21x105
feet, on Butler st . East End. We have only a
limited number of these lots left and they should
sell at once to any one who wants a home. MEL
LON BROTHERS, 6319 Station St., E. E.
East End Lots.
FOB SALE-BOULEVARD PLACE, E. E.
splendid corner lot 68x222 ft. to an alley. I.
M. PENNOCK & SON, No. 105 Fourth ave.
TJiOR SALEON MEADOW ST.. HANDSOME
JT residence site, 66xlC0 feet: shade trees: good
boardwalk: street sewered. J. J. ALAND. 131
Fifth ave. Jy2l-25
OB SALE-8300 WILL BUY A CHOICE LOT
In Villa Park nlan on terms to suit nnr-
ehasers: send for colored plan jnst issued. JOHN
i . pjuLAJut, .Agent, siz stuiinneia st.
FOB SALE-89.00O AN ELEGANT SITE, 110
X20O feet, located on one of the finest paved
and sewered avenues la tbe East End: bound to be
worth double this money. AY. C. STEWART. 114
Fourth ave. Je23-20-sn
FOR SALE-1N NORTH HOMESTEAD, WIL
KINS township, near B. & O. and P. B. K.,
plot of land, contains four lots; nearly one acre:
cheap if taken soon. Apply to J. E. DICKSON,
101 Fourth ave. Jy2W3
FOR SALE ONE OF THOSE DESIRABLE
lots In Mcllou's Homewood plan left, which
we offer, on easy terms, at 8530, This lot is 25xiu
feet to P. B. R., and Is a bargain. MKXLON
BROTHERS, 6319 Station st., E. E. Jy2t-101-ThSu
V-STroK SALE ELEGANT BUILDING SITE;
A' rashionaole neigh oorhood: magnificent view;
no nicer location In Allegheny county; two min
utes from cable cars and five from Pennsylvania
R. B, Address OWNER, P. O. box TO. Jy20-M
FOR BALE-ABOUT IX ACBES ON FAIB
MOUNTavenneand Bebecca street: delight
fully situated; grand view of East Liberty Valley;
five minutes' walk rrom Penn ave. cable road;
onlv 83.500. J. J. ALAND. 131 Fifth avenue.
FOR SALE FEW LOTS REMAINING IN
Melton's plan oP'Alttnder place, all near
Homewood public school; Homewood avenue, 24x
100. (050 each; Grazier street. 21x86. 8750 each:
Grazier street, 25x117. 8000 each: Clawson street,
MllCO, 875 each. MELLON BROS., 63(9 Station
St., East End. Jy21-I02-Fsu
T7I0BSALE-BAUM GBOVE, CHOICE DWELL
JP ING sites, central and sure to Increase in
value, as they are surrounded by all present ana
prospective Erst End traction roads and otber Im
provements. For plans, nrlces and terms apply
to MELLON BBOb.. East End, or JOHN F.BAX
ter. Agent. 512 Smltbfield st. Jyll-46-Tussu
FOR SALE-COPELAND STATION-HAVING
frontages of 24x115 on Lloyd and Hawkins
avenues, at tbe low price of 837? and 8150 each;
these prices and the reasonable terms we make
ofleragood inducement to persons who may be
requiring a home: special terms made to parties
who build. MELLON BBOS., 6319 Station street,
FOR SALE-EUCLID AVENUE-2 LOTS 25X
125, each--For anyone requiring a bargain,
either for a homestead or speculation, tbe above
cannot help but meet with satisfaction. These
lots are In very good locality, near to Negley
avenue, vhich will be the best thoroughfare In the
city, and have very nice surroundings. We will
make special terms to meet purchasers, and If
sold belore the 27th or July will sell both lots lor
91,800. MELLON BROS.. 6349 Station street.
East End. JJ21-93
FOR SALE-ONLY 8150 CASH. BALANCE ON
easy payments, will buy a lot 50x150 feet to an
alley In tbe McComb's grove plan, which Is one ot
the most beautifully located plans or lots in the
East End. being lu Sbadyslde (bqulrrel Hill dis
trict). In a neighborhood tbat is strictly first
class: the new electric road, which will be In
operation lu October, passes this property; It Is
within 10 minutes walk of Fifth avenueeable cars
and but a few steps from the proposed park. Sold
subject to bnllding restriction at prices ranrlng
from f 1,000 to sl.&OUperlot. Call and get a plan.
If you want to see thepropurty, Use Firth avenue
cable ear. get off at Wllklns ave. and walk to
Wlghtman St. W. C STEW ART, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-LOTS AT HAZELWOOD AND
Glenwood. near the station: only 15 minutes
from new B. O. station. Smlthlleld st. : graded
streets, sidewalks, city water, gas: 000 to l,ai0:
houses for sale, small payment down, balance In
monthly payments If desired: railroad fare,
monthlv tickets. 5H cents per trip. GEORGE C.
BUBGW1N, 150 Fourth ave. elS-71-MWF8Su
TTOB SALE-LOTS. LOTS, ALLEGHENY
JP 3 nice lots on easterly side and 5 on westerly
side or lrwln ave. I. M. PENNOCK & SON. No.
1U5 Fourth ave. Jy20-39
FOB SALE-CHOICE BUILDING LOTS IN
desirable locality in Second ward, Allegheny;
convenient to street cars; pricet 8to0 to 8650; on
easy terms; now is the time to buy. as prices are
constantly advancing. W. W. MCNEILL A BRO.,
105 Fourth ave. Jyl8 99
FOR SALE AT INGRAM BEAUTIFUL
building lots. GEO. JOHNSTON, Art.. G2
Fonrth ave. JT20-50
FOR 9ALE-34K ACRES or NICE LAND;
right at Wlldwood station, P, W. R. K-:
big bargain; price, 83,150. J. C. REILLY. 77
Diamond st, Jy21-S4-TT8SU
OR SALE AT WILKINSBUEG. LOTSCX132
corner Hill and Mill streets, 2 minutes from
school house and 10 minutes from station. Will
be sold cheap for cash. W. E. HAMNETT. 404
Srajtblleld street, Wllkinsburg, Pa. JylS-67
FOR SALE AT INORAM-A FEW OF THE
old Fleecedale lots; all purchasing those lots
will he required to guarantee tbe class of building
to be erected, and at a distance of 70 feet from
street. GEO. JOHNSTON, 62 lourth ave. Jy20-50
FOR SALE AT TURTLE CHEEK. PA.. CON
VENIENT to Westlnghouse new works, two
fine bnllding sites: property In this section is ad
vancing In value dally, ana these lots. 25x150, are
now below the market at $150 each, on easy terms.
MELLON BROTHERS, 6349 Station St., E. E.
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE ADKUGSTOBEtDOINGAGOOI)
business: wilt be sold at a bargain. Address
E. C. BICHEY, Derry station. Pa, Box 117.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN, IF SOLD AT
once, a small drug store, desirably located In
tbe East End. W. C. StEWAUT, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE DRUGSTORE IN A LARGE
manufacturing town near city: over 86.100
business done last year; good reasons, for selling.
Address DRUGGIST, Dispatch office.
FOB SALE LUNCH ROOM, DIAMOND.
Allegheny: leasehold and furnlshment: large
lunchroom; excellent location; neatly furnished
and doing a good trade. Apply L M. PENNOCK
A SON, luS Fonrth ave. Jy21-44
F)R SALE-ONE OF THE FINEST AND OLD
EST established retail businesses in Pittsburg.
Is located In the heart of the city: stock Is new and
not controlled by style: wilt Inventory about f 10,
000. This Is an elegant opportunity for a wide
awake 'man to get Into a clean, profitable and
leritlmato business. W. O. STEWART. 114 Fourth
avenue. ' Jyl4-14-su
IOR SALE 100 GROCERY. tlRYGOODS,
drnz. china and notion stores: light manu
facturing business, paying well; feed store, ex
tensive and profitable bakery. Ice cream and con
fectionery buslnesst cigar stores and conlection
ery stores,- all size) and prices; fine restaurantand
dining rooms, printing office, butcher shop, milk
depots, upholstery business, shoo stores,, etc.
Frea particulars.- BHEPARD CO.. 54 Fifth ave.
FOR SALE INTEREST IN A VALUABLE
railroad appliance The undersigned wishes
to dispose of a portion or his Interest In a vain
able appliance for railroads, which, from its
merits, will In a short time come into general
use; It has been tried and gives full satisfaction,
and is covered by letters patent In all the prin
cipal railroad countries; will sell reasonable for
f:ood reasons: a stock company win be tjormed for
U manufacture, and the owners or the patent
will derive the advantages Incident thereto; only
those having capital to Invest and meaning busi
ness need applv, as I will positively take no notice
or Idle inquiries: full name and address must
be given, and satisfactory assurances given that
business Is meant. Address BONA FIDE, Dis
patch office. ' Jyl9-59
T7IOB SALE-THAT VALUABLE BUSINESS
F property cor. Cherry alley and Seventh ave, :
fotIUlJ)ft. GEO. -JOHNSTON, C Fourth ave.
JTIOB SALE LlVERx, AND BOARDING
P stable: In good location; with nice stock; will
invoice about 81. KM; rent or building very low.
J. C KEILLY, 77 Diamond st. JySI-4-TTS9u
FOB BALE-INVESTMENT MARKET ST.,
near First ave., 4-story brick dwelling, 10
rooms and large storerooau can be easily rented
for 81, Cooper year; price," as, 500; possession Imme
diately if desired: 4et 36x80. J. c; REILLY. 77
IM -.on st. ' 4y21-84-TT8SU
FOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTA
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
TTIOK SALE-SEVERAL VERY FINE BUSI
C NESS properties. GEO. JOHNSTON. 62
Fourth ave. Jy-S0
FOB SALE-SEVEBAI PIECES OF PEOP
EBTY on Fourth ave.: also a number of
pieces on Penn ave., smlthlleld st and other
good streets: will take pleasure In giving full par
ticulars and showing urveysto partlea desiring
to purchase. W. C. STEWART. 114 Fonrth ave.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
ildrscs. Vcblclesw.Live Stock, dec
FOR SALE-A FINE LOT OF YOUNG PAR
" ROTS guaranteed to make talkers: price. 8j
each: come soon to secure first choice. ESPICH'S,
640 Smltbfleld st. 1y2l-l2-W6u
FOR SALE A FINE LOT OF YOUNG PAR
ROTS guaranteed to make talkers: price, 85
each: comesoon to secure first choice. ESPICH'S,
640 Smlthlleld st. Jyl4-13-wsn
FOR SALE A S-MINUTE BAY PACING
horse, 5 years old. sound weight, 1,3X1 pounds,
and very gentle for lady to drive. Address PAC
ING HORSE, Dispatch office. jy21-103
FOR SALE-f250-PONY, HARNESS AND
cart: Is new and the handsomest turnout In
theEtstEnd: reason for selling, owner leaves the
city. W.C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. Jy7-10-su
FOR SALE HORSE AND CARRIAGE COM
PLETE The finest turnout In tbe city: nearly
new carriage, plato glass 'front: horse dark
brown, 16 hands nigh, long tall: Tearless of cable
cars or steam or music: a perfect family horse.
T. S. O'NEIL & CO., Penn ave.. East End.
Machinery and Metals.
for confectioners, printers, butchers, etc..
etc.; we have them In many styles and sizes, and
suited to every purpose, at very low prices.
HARME'S MACHINE DEPOT, 97 First ave.,
FOR SALE FURNITURE 99 SANDUSKY
St., Allegheny, at auction, Monday. July 22,
at 2 o'clock: there are bureaus, wardrobes, bed
steads, desks, tables, batrack, washstands and
otber articles of old furniture. A. LEGGATE&
SONS. Auctioneers. Jvl9-81
LOST -ON JULY 10. BLACK AND TAN
bitch terrier: finder will be liberally re
warded upon returning It to 270 RDJGEAVENUE,
LOST-810 REWARD-5IONDAY. JULY 15. ON
Pennsylvania avenue. Ailegneny, skye ter
rier dog. registered: answers to the uameof
Dandy: liberal reward paid If returned to E. Dx
ROY, 144 Sheffield street, Allegheny. Jy2I-S
LOST-810 REWARD-NECKTIE, STEEL
gray, with red bars In It; scarf pin In tie
with a swinging set, a holo near point or Din to
fasten pin: lost about 20th of June. Return to
AUG UST PIPER, corner Thirty-ninth and Butler
PERSONAL VETERANS WHO GOT NO
JL local bountv should see Lawyer J. H. STE
VENSON, 100 Fifth ave., as to a new law. or ad
dress, with stamp for repiy. Jy21-70
Personal-books: books! books!
New and old. ancient and modern, standard
and rare, legal, medical and sclentlflc30,'JCOvol
umns to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE,
900 Liberty st, my3-23
PERSONAL-A YOUNG GERMAN. WISHING
to become conversant with the .English Ian-
gusge. would like to make the acquaintance of a
gentleman In the city for mutual improvement of
both parties. Address GERMAN, Dispatch office.
PERSONAL-LARUMA IS THE MOST WON
DERFUL combination of remedies ever dis
covered for the cure of chronic blood troubles;
every bottle gnaranteed to glvesatlsfaction and do
what we claim for it or monev refnndea. For sale
hv C. F. KIBKENDALL A CO., Druggists. Mo
nongahela House. Jy2l-7S
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
IRON CITY NATIONAL HANK, at
Pittsburg, in the State of Pennsylvania, at the
close of businessJuly 12. 18S9.
Loans and discounts. JL.815,933 69
Overdrafts 2C6 45
U. S. bonds to secure circulation... lOO.CXJO 00
Other stocks, bonds and mortgages. 36,280 0
Sue from approved reserve agents.. 180,879 33
Due from otber national banks..... 49,153 9
Due from State banks and bankers. 12,900 33
Real estate, furniture and fixtures. 108.2GO 31
Current expenses and taxes paid... 6,321 65
Premiums paid 6,000 00
Checks and other cash items 4.787 47
Exchanges for Clearing House 68,642 89
Bills ot other banks 11,753 00
Fractional paper currency, nickels
and pennies 41 41
Specie 131500 00
Legal tender notes 163,000 00
Redemption fund with U. 8. Treas
urer (5 per cent of circulation) . ... 4.500 00
Capital stock paid lu t 400,000 00
Surplus fund 250,000 00
Undivided profits 82.903 80
National bank notes outstanding... 9,040 CO
Divfdends unpaid 3,288 00
Individual deposits subject to check 1,292,296 49
Demand certificates of deposit 500 00
Cashier's checks outstanding 63,940 06
Due to other national bauks 606,147 60
Due to State banks and bankers.... 54,046 85
State of Pennsylvania, county of Allegheny, as.:
I, Oliver Lemon, Cashier of the Iron City
National Bank, of Pittsburg; Pa., do solemnly
swear that the above is true, to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
OLIVER LEMON. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 19th
day of July, 1889. GEO. L WHITNEY.
A. M. BYEHS, . 7
W. N. FREW, Directors.
TDEPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
JKi ALLEGHENY NATIONAL BANK, at
Pittsburg. In the State of Pennsylvania, at the
close of business July 12, 1889:
Loans and discounts 11,916,399 94
Overdrafts 332 54
U. S. bouds to secure circulation... 60,01)0 00
Other stocks, bonds and mortgages. 65,733 00
Due from approved reserve agents. 405,887 10
Due from other National banks 78,706 80
Due from State banks and bankers. 11,429 93
S 496,023 83
Real estate, furniture and fixtures. 116,575 00
Current expenses and taxes paid.... 639 11
Premiums paid . 12,250 00
Checks and otner cash items 26,127 14
Exchanges for Clearing House 192,639 05
Bills of other banks 24,031 00
Fractional paper, currency, ntckels
and cents 327 61
Specie 232.657 70
Legal tender notes 160.000 00
S 635,982 57
Redemption fund with U. S. Treas
urer (5 per cent of circulation).... 2,250 00
Capital stock paid in Jtt 600,000 00
Surplus fund 160.000 00
Undivided proflts 35,014 38
National banknotes outstanding... 44,300 00
Dividends unpaid.... 8,195 00
Individual depositssubjecttocheck. 2,330,916 97
Demand certificates of deposit, 76,209 37
Due to other National banks 15L859 71
Due to State banks and bankers.... 61,620 61
State of Pennsylvania, county of Allegheny, ss.:
1, F. C. Hutchinson, Cashier of the Allegheny
National Bank of Pittsburg. Pa,, do solemnly
swear that tbe above Is true, to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
F. C. HUTCHINSON. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me. this 19th
day of July, 1889. W. F. ROBB,
Correct Attest: Notary Public
JOHN CALDWELL, Jr., )
J. M cM. KIN G. Directors.
WM. STEWART, J
AT AUCTION THE LARGEST CON
SIGNMENT of linoleum ever received at
onetime: for sale by the quantity or as much
as you like; the chance of your lifetime to buy
A No. 1 linoleum at your own price and in such
quantities as you may need, TUESDAY, July
23; sale commences at 10 o'clock in the morning
at the rooms. No. 311 Market street.
Also at same time and place, tbe whole con
tents of tbe first floor, embracing handsome
Earroraud chamber suits, hall racks, folding
eds, library, office and dining room furniture,
pictures, shades, curtains, Brussels and Ingrain
carpets, rugs, lamps, stands, chairs, bedding,
stoves, refrigerators, rockers, laundry and
kitchen goods, dinner and toilet sets, glass
ware, groceries, notions, clocks, etc. etc.
HENRY AUCTION CO., Lm'TucUoneers.
AUCTION SALE MANUFACTURING
site. On the premises. River ave., Alle
gheny, opposite new Thirtieth street bridge,
between P. ft W. and W. P. R. IL, TUESDAY,
July 23, at 2 o'clock P. 1C, lot 200x135, with Im
provements, viz.: A large and substantially
built planing mill, with first-class machinery.
2-story brick office building, stable; etc Terms
One-half cash: balance in 1,2 and 3 years.
JOHN J. HOWLEY, 127 Fourth ave.
TO LET-97 CENTER AVE.-CONTAINS TEN
rooms; all modern Improvements; low rent
to good tenant. GEO. JOHNSTON,Agt.,2Fonrth
TO LET NEW SEVEN ROOMED BRICK
house: good location, tine view: 20 minutes
from postoffice. J. W. LOWRY. Ridge at., near
rpo LET-NO. 177 THIRD AVE THREE-STORT
JL brick, containing 11 rooms and bath room;
range in kitchen; natural and artificial gas. GEO.
JOHNSTON. Agent. 62 Fonrth ave, Jy3)-S0
O LET-BRICK HOUSE. NO. 142 CRAW
FORD St.. containing eight rooms, including
two in mansard: possession given Immediately.
TO LET-THAT VERY DESIRABLE 3-STORr
building situate No. 9u5 Penn ave,: contain
ing 11 rooms and btth room, natural and Illumi
nating gas: good location for table boarders and
furnished rooms. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent. 82
Fourth ave. Jy20-50
TO LET-AT HAZELWOOD. N.. HAZEL
WOOD ave.. a snug2-story frame hcuse of 8
rooms, porches, etc.: nice location: rent only 816
month. LM. PENNOCK&bON. 105 Fourth ave.
rf0 LET AT INGBAM-UOCSE OF 'SEVEN
JL rooms, with ten acres or gronnd: fruit la
abundance; rent 817 50 permonth. GEO.JOHNb
TON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave. jy20-50
TO LET-AT EDGEWORTH, P.. FT. W. ft C.
R. R-, 12 acres cholco land, with frnlts: com
fortable 9-room brick honse and frame stable;
pleasant surroundings: low rent to a good ten
ant. I. M. PENNOCK & SON, No. 105 Fourth (I
TO LET-TWO WELL-FURNISHED ROOMS,
with or without board. UNION AVE., shady
side of East Park. Allegheny; price moderate.
Address C. S , Dispatch office. Jy20-3
Offices. (Devil Room, otc
TO LET-OFFICE ROOMS OR SUITES FOB,
general business purposes In the new DIS
PATCH BUILDING. 7 77 and 79 Diamond St.;
situation most central In the city: electric light
Included In rents, which are moderate. Apply
between 11 A. m. and 5 r. it. Je27-so
TO LET-WAREHOUSE, 20X163. 109 WATER
St.. with large complete offices; power ele
vator. 8-horse power gas engine. Inquire on
TO LET-COR. FIRST AVE. AND GRANT ST..
3-story brick bouse 13 rooms; suitable. for
store or boarding house; low rent. L M. PEN
NOCK Jt SON, 105 fourth ave. Jy20-39
alO LET-OR FOR SALE-LARGE BRICK
. building for manufacturing purposes. 60x153
feet: near city, on principal R. R. with switch
siding; special Inducements offered. Address Z,
Dispatch office. jy!9-32-TT8a
-TTIOUND-LARUMA PRESCRIPTION HAS
J? never failed to cure a single case of rheuma
tism in any of Its forms when taken according to
directions, so give It a trial; actual results will
alone convince the aCilcted. For sale by C F.
KIRKENDALL St CO., Agents, Monongahela
Sunday. J uly 21, at 2 P. X.
Returning at 10 p. v..
Round trip, 60 cents. jyW-3S
COB. 8EVENTH AND NEW GRANT ST.,
Granl Snuerfgiit Receutm
Every Thursday Night-
VfOTICE TO CONTRACTORS PROPO
1 SALS will be received at the office of the
East Pittsburg Improvement Company, in tbo
Westinghouse building, city, where specifica
tions and drawings can be seen, for the con
struction of a reservoir near Port Perry, Pa
for the Turtle Creek Valley Water Company,
until 12 o'clock noon J ULY 25, 1889. The corn-
any reserves the right to 'accept or relectany
id. J. R. McGlNLEY, Secy. jyl9-60-Tursa
PROPOSALS FOR WOODBRIDGE 10
INOH steel wire gun forglngs Ordnance
Office. War Department, Washington, July 12;
1889. Sealed proposals in duplicate will be re
ceived at this office until 3 o'clock P. IL,
on THURSDAY, August 1. 1889. for supplying
the Oidnance Department, U. 8. Army, with
forgtngs, of American manufacture, for three
(3) hoops and parts of breech mechanism for a
10-iuch steel wire gun, to conform in quality
and dimensions to the specifications and draw
ings to be bad at this office. Bidders will state
the price per ponnd for tbe f orglngs, 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 be had upon application. Copies of
this advertisement, of tbe specifications and of
the drawings must accompany and form part
of tbe proposals. Proposals should be marked
"Proposals for Woodbrldge 10-Inch steel wire
gun forcings," and be addressed to Captain C.
S. SMITH, Acting Chief of Ordnance, U. S.
Army, Wasbingson, D. C jyl7-28
That the success of a town is dependent
uporrHbe relative size and importance of its
industries and likewise upon its location
and advantages. Without enterprises of
moment to support its population, general,
business languishes; without public im
provements people prefer to live elsewhere.,
The presence of both these elements prom
ises snecess and the rapid sale of one hun
dred and fifty lots, on which buildings are
in conrse of erection, confirms the prophecy.
THE "WESTINGHOUSE AIE-BEAKB
WORKS, located in the town, is the most
phenomenally successful manufacturing en
terprise in the country, and its army of
workmen, with their families, would alone
constitute a thriving community.
The varions public improvements at "Wil
merding are being pnshed along as speedily
as possible, inclnding the laying of the
street mains through which the town will
be abundantly supplied with pare water.
Substantial plank sidewalks, sewers and
natural gas add to the publio comfort.
Doable-sized lots at all prices. For choice
locations apply at once to the
"Wllmerdlng-, I. Tt. K., or
Westinghouse Building, . .
Jy21-3U PITTSBURG, PAl .
Champion of the -World!
For 34 years. TA-VA-ZON REMEDIES cure
tbe worst cases of Catarrh. Dyspepsia, Neu
ralgia, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Blood Poison,
Weak Stomach, Kidneys. Nerves, dux. when
all other agencies have failed. See genuine
home testimonials at DR. GRIFFITH DRUG
CO., 30L 303,' 305, 307 Grant street, corner
Third avenue, Pittsburg, Pa. Bring this notice
with you. jy21-110
" A FTER TWO TRIALS."
FRED BELLSTEIN, of Spring Garden ave,
waa relieved of a large tapeworm by Dr. Bur
goon on July 9, after having treated with two
other physicians for the same.
Mr. Bellsteln can be seen at the Allegheny
market, where he has a butcher's stana.
DR.BURGOON treats all curable diseases.
Over 300 testimonials of your neighbors cured
at his office 17 Ohio st, Allegheny, Pa.
Consultation free. jy!2
WALTEB J. OSBOtnUTE. RICSASOBABSOwa.
BARHOWS dt OSBOURNE
90 Diamond street
Telephone Nc 813
1V1 VEGETABLE AND POULTRTSTASD
supplies all tbe city hotels: housewives will
find it to their advantage to deal with him.
Telephone 67 128 DIAMOND MARKET,
The well-known tympsnl player of Pittsburg,
has engaged In tbe bottling- business at -H
Bin II street, where be will bo clad to see anv of'-si i
nis menus. oyzi-u.
. 4ujMlh&M&$i2&iitokiJ&5. 1. -
.LOnit. at,- i jJtfkjdlt