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FJH3L BARRIERS DOWN.
' Episcopal Bishop Whitehead in the
? A UNIQUE SERVICE IN KNOXYILLE,
But as Full of Brother! Lotb as it Was
Oat of the Ordinary.
OTHER BEMGIOUS SERVICES OP THE DAT
A unique and impressive service took
place aUhe Presbyterian Church corner of
Jucunda street and Knox avenue, Knox
ville, yesterday afternoon. The Episcopal
ians transferred their service thither from
St. Martin's Mission room. The pulpit was
adorned with beautiful vases of cut flowers,
and the rostrum had the appearance of an
Not many years ago an Episcopal
service like this would hare been
deemed impossible. It has been
the policy of the Presbyterian
body to invincibly oppose and condemn any
thing savoring of the ritualistic ceremony,
and, on the other hand, the Episcopalians
have rigidly conformed to their ceremonial
customs. The service was held to awaken
people iu sympathy with the church to the
needs of better accommodations for the dis
trict. It is hoped a church will soon be
built, and a collection was taken to further
The Bishop, rector and choristers robed
themselves in one of the vestibules at the
west end of the church. The choir, clad in
purple cassocks and white cottas, led the
procession. The rector and Bishop followed.
The Bishop was robed in foil canonicals.
The processional hymn was, "Pleasant Are
Thy Courts Above," and the recessional,
"There Is a Blessed Home." The service
was choral throughout. Midway in the ser
vice six baptisms took place.
bishop's tkeface and sermon.
Bight Rev. Bishop Cortlandt "Whitehead
preached a sermon, and prior to his sermon
he made the following remarks:
I scarcely know why I am here. I came to
see the mission school, and for no otber pur
pose. I bad not expected to preach, especially
here. But some people seem to think when a
Bishop romes into their midst he must preach.
I would be faithless to my ministry, to my office
and to tho people committed to my charge if I
had not a message.
He then went on to say that St. Martin's
Mission was privileged to be in connection
with St. Mark's and be under the guidance
of the rector of that church; for, whether it
be a ine, a child ora mission, some stronger
hand mustnecessarilyguide it to insure suc
cess and vitality. He then continued:
The service this afternoon is perfect In all Its
detail, and I thank tbe authorities of this
church for tho use of this bouse, and will show
them evidences of our gratitude. Our text will
be found in tbe 9th chapter of St. Mark's
Gospel, 27th verse: Jesus took him
by the hand and lifted him op." Did
it ever strike you, tbe peculiarity or Christ's
orking of miracles ever strike you J He ."poke.
He touched and He lifted up. How different
from our ways. Imagine a man cf refinement
and culture going into an almshouse and
touchinc all be might see there. He would be
repelled, and to touch them would be to send a
thrill of horror through them. Yet Christ did
so. ile not only touched them, out lifted them
Men preach about the resurrection, and with
tome it is their constant theme; yet so few
preach on His incarnation. The Incarnation
i tho proof of Christ's divinitj. and without
His incarnation His atonement would have
been of no avail.
ONLY ONE AVAILED.
Thousands of men have been crucified; two
ncrc crucified on cither side of Him. Why
was Christ' atonement any more than tbe
malefactors'? Because Christ was the incar
nate Son of God. The incarnation is tbe
stretching down of tho holy arm to lift human
Another way Christ reaches down His holy
arm is by baptism. We become members of
His body. His flesh. His bone, not only in a
spiritual senscbut in a physical. The Church
is an organic body, a visible body, and every
member who is baptized is joined to that body.
Christ, though not here, has left something
tangible. e touch Christ through the church,
and it is thp channel in which He gives His
grace. The Episcopal Church stands firm on
the basis that man cannot bring anything
worthy in tbe sight of God. and he must ever
be tho recipient of God's mercy. So, then, bap
tlm is a sacrament of grace, and thus we
should receive it.
The Bishop concluded his sermon by re
ferring to the service they were engaged in,
Many people in the congregation will, no
doubt, be opposed to it, but we come with a
message. Our way of delivering it may not
conform with your views, but I earnestly en
treat of jou to receive it. We believe in
churches, and in the erection of more of thein,
wherever they are most needed. As the saloon
keeper and grocer cbooe their store, so that
tbey will be easily available, the Church should
pursue a like policy.
A SWEET INSANITY.
Tbnt It Ibe Lieut In which a Clersyrnan
Answers Those Who Think Religion Is
Lnnncy Alanines ot magnitude.
"Sane or insane which?" That was the
subject the Bev. C. "V. "Wilson chose for his
discourse last night at the Emory M. E.
Church, East .End, and he took his text
from the words of the Second Epistl to the
Corinthians, verses 5 and 13: "For whether
wc be beside ourselves it is to God, or
whether we be sober, it is for your cause."
Itev. Mr. Wilson said:
"It has for ages and ages been the enstom
in this world to charge a man who differs
from the opinions of the majority with mad
ness, and this has been especially the case
with the founders of new religions, or, in
fact, of any religion. It was even said, as
we all know, that Christ was in league with
the devil ard was mad. In other things,
however, we notice the same. "When Co
lumbus traveled from one court of Europe
to the other and asked for ships, and assist
ance to travel across the ocean, to go West
to find the East, well we know everybody
thought him crazy, too.
"When Morse put up poles from Balti
more to Washington and said that he was
goiug to string wires over those poles, over
which he would talk, of course everybody
pronounced him to be daft. When Fulton
proclaimed his idea of the steam en
gine, in fact, whenever a man discovered
something new, something the rest of the
world had not heard anything of, and which
certainly they could not understand not
having studied and investigated the princi
ples it is not unreasonable to suppose that
these people were called insane.
"New light causes new thoughts and
begets new action; that is all there is about
it; and it was the same with these people.
They had received a light in their mind
, upon something entirely new; they thought
it out and the results were inventions or
discoveries, which made these very men who
were called cranks at one time, beloved and
honored forever after.
"Not long after the world had been
created the people were in a mood that they
thought they knew all the secrets of the
universe. Nobody could teach them any
thing; in fact they knew it all, and when
one ot them set up as believing that he
knew there would be a change, they laughed
and sneered at him. This man saw that a
f;reat flood was ahead. He had received a
ight in his mind, too, and he worked
to that end, and no matter how mnch his
neighbors laughed and jeered and sneered,
his ark went up higher and wider every
day. We know who was right, whether IV
was Noah or his wide-awake, super-wise
cotemporaries. And that is what we want
to do pray for light and look ahead and
if the world and the unbeliever think of the
Christian that he is crazy, that he is beside
himself, then I say let us wish that we mav
nil be thus. For, it this be insanity, it fs
the sweetest dream that has come to earth."
, m&r -
AGAIN ON SUNDAY
Rev. C E. Locke' Second Sermon on Ne
cessities of Rest Oos Day In Seven
Excuse for Some Sunday Workers Is
Yesterday evening a great crowd attended
evening service at the Smithfield Street
Methodist Church, the occasion being a'
sermon by the Bev. C. E. Locke. The
church was filled to overflowing, and the
words of the eloquent preacher were listened
to with rapt attention.
Mr. Locke took for his theme "The Sab
bath breaker, a conspirator against the
physical nature of man;" and his text was:
"In it thou shalt not do any work," Exodus
xx, 10. Following is a synopsis:
The sermon opened with a description of the
Tower of London, with its donjon keep and
gloomy cells, in one of which tbe notorious
Guv Fawkes was immured previous to his exe
cution. Fawkev suffered Imprisonment and
death because be was a conspirator against
an earthly King and his nobles. Death
was tbe meed of such a conspir
ator. What, then, should be the
doom of conspirators against God, who is the
King of Kings? There was a conspiracy going
on among mankind against God, and an at
tempt was being made to undermine and over
throw the manhood of a whole nation. "Shall
we," said Mr. Locke, "seek out the perpetrators
of this vile conspiracy, or shall we sit somno
lently by until the ruins of a great people tell
future ages the lamentable story of our fall?"
He then proceeded to state that the Sabbath
breaker was the conspirator, and Sabbath
breaking tbe conspiracy alluded to.
Man's oody was the vehicle for tbe real man;
but so Inseparably connected were tbe real man
and bis corporeal form, tbat the destructiou of
the body involved tbe flight ot the soul to un
known and undiscovered realms.
Man's body might also be compared to a scaf
folding, which is used to build up the real man
in tbe likeness of the great ideal Christ Jesus.
Thus it could be seen that the spiritual welfare,
as well as the length and happiness of our
lives, depended greatly on the care of our
"God made most people to live till their phys
ical power should be exhausted. If man had
remained true to Adaniic endowance, the aver
age age would be 65 instead of 45. Most people
die long before God intends or desires. It is an
effete doctnnzl superstition that all men die
because their time has come. God creates us
to live; and if we followed God's laws ana
obeyed His injunctions Implicitly, half the
heart troubles, fevers and pulmonary diseases
would practically disappear. Man pays se
verely for his lawlessnesss. It is only right
tbat tbe scaffolding should be made strong and
Tbe reverend gentleman then reached the
next point in his sermon. "Kest a physical
necessity " Animal life illustrated the theory
by obeying the dictates of nature and taking
rest. Man himself was an animal and re
quired rest. The physical roan needed rest
most sorely: and to this want of physical rest
might be ascribed tbe extreme frequency
of railroad accidents. Tbe abolition of Sunday
trains, now being agitated for, and the conse
quent rest given to the wretched employes,
would do much to preventing train wrecks,
which were very nearly always the result of
fatigue. The well-known pbysician spoke truly
when be said: "Nowadays men don't die they
The brain worker wanted rest, and if he
could not get rest an early grave or tbe mad
house would be his lot. Physiologists and
psychologists could say if it were not suicide
for a man to kill himself by overwork. The
preacher then went on to declare bis interest In
tbe laborers' agitation for the eight-hour law;
but owned tbat he considered it far moro im-
Sortant that they should obtain a law forbid
ing labor on tbe Sabbatb. He called upon
tbe laborers to stand up and demand one day's
rest in seven. If they demanded that they
would get It.
It was said that there were 600,000 men in this
country who were compelled to labor on the
Sabbath. There was an excuse for a percent
age of these, but for the vast majority for
those who worked from avaricious causes and
from total Indifference to Sabbath observance
there was no excuse whatever.
SYMPATHY AND SHAM.
Tbe Two Contrasted and Dwelt Upon Enter
(alnlngly by n Preacher.
Bev. J. H. Barnett, at the Union Chapel,
Allegheny, preached last nigbt on "Sham
Sympathy." He took his text
from 1 Kings 13-30: "And he
laid his carcass in his own
grave. Aias, my brother!" He said the
central thought of his subject was that sym
pathy is a law, fixed by God, in the hearts
of the human race. He further re
marked that tbe great want of the
human race was sympathy. We yearned
for real trne, constant sympathy.
Vet how little real sympathy th'ere was.
"There is," said he, "sympathy in the
world; but, alasl there is another force; it
is a principle known as sham. Sham is
taught in every walk ot life. The mistress
instructs the maid to say to one class of visi
tors, that she is out; to auother, she is in,
and the maid will follow her instruction, if
she is not green.
"Sham is a word taken from ihe Welsh
language, meaning vacuum. It has been
mv sad lot to Irequent the city of the dead.
I have seen the coffin brought to the grave.
The features of the dead man bore
unmistakable evidence that he had
been a slave to drink. The people
would file by. Ah, yes; even the saloon
keeper, and take a last look at the victim
and say: "Tom was a good fellow, alast my
brother! Sympathy such as this is hollow,
base, and a sham! There is no real sympa
thy outside the great heart of Christ."
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Excursion to Atlnnlic City
Via tbe Baltimore and Ohio Kailroad, next
Thursday, August 1. Bate, $10 for the
round trip; tickets good for 10 days; good
to stop off at Washington City returning.
Trains of Eastlake coaches and Pullman
palace cars will leave depot at 8 a. m. and
920 P. H.
To-Day Onr Final OTark-Dovrn Sale.
Ri tlin hundreds nf nifc nf nn.ma
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This is the great bargain week.
ASOGQ8 & BUHL.
Are Encouraged by the Blessingof
Their New Chapel.
THE 0LDSHUE MANSION CHANGED
Into a Place of Worship and Consecrated
NO COLOR LINE IN B0ME OR IN BEATEN
The new colored Catholic chapel, which is
located in the Oldsbue mansion on Fulton
street, near Wylie avenue, and which will
be known as St. Benedict More Chapel, was
dedicated yesterday. The services took
place at 9 o'clock in the morning, and fully
200 colored people were present. Bev.
Father Wall officiated, assisted by Very Bev.
Father Strub, Provincial of the Order of
the Holy Ghost; Fathers McDennott and
Griffin, of the Holy Ghost Order, and
Father Myer, Provincial of Carmelite
'A PEACTICAI. SERMON.
Mass was celebrated and the ceremony of
blessing the building and dedicating it to
God was observed. Father Wall preached
the sermon, a practical one, in which he
advised his colored hearers to be true
Christians. He stated that there wonld be
no color line drawn in heaven; whits and
black would be equal there, and that the
color line was not drawn in the Catholic
Church. The colored man was just as wel
come as his white brother. Father Wall
also spoke of the work done in Africa by
the priests of the Holy Ghost Order.
Tbe new chapel will be under the charge
of one who has had considerable experience
with colored people, having labored among
them as a missionary.
THE WOBK CONTINUOUS.
Services will be held every Sunday morn
ing and vespers in the afternoon. There
will also be services every Wednesday and
Saturday evenings at 7 o clock.
The building will also be used as a school
for colored children, taking the place of the
one now in the convent on Webster avenue.
Tbe Sisters of Mercy will be the teachers.
Bishop Phelan was to have officiated at
the dedicatory services yesterday, but was
unable to be present owing to sickness. The
Bishop is interested in this mission work.
THE FEAST OF ST. JAMES
Is Suitably Commemorated bv Special Ser
vices In St. James' Church.
Special services were held in St. James'
Catholic Church in the West End, yester
day, in honor of the feast of St. James.
There was a special choir and an orchestra
from Latrobe, under the direction of Will
iam Showalter. Mass was celebrated by
Bev. Father Geobcl, of St. Martin's Church,
and the sermon was preached by Bev.
Father W. A. Cunningham, of Turtle
The church, which has recently been re
painted and frescoed, was blessed. The
services were largely attended.
THE SDXDAI SIGHS OF SIXTX
Sounds of Unusual Sorrow at a Central Sta
Sin never seems so tough as when it finds
a man out, or locks him in, on Sunday.
Sixty was the total number of sinful signers
in Central Station when the hearing began
yesterday morning. Magistrate Hyndman
William O'Mara, accused of stealing a
revolver from a trunk at the Baltimore and
Ohio depot, was sentenced to the workhouse
for 30 days. Harry Thompson and Mike
Feeney had been fighting and assaulting
passersby on Old avenue, and they got the
same sentence. "Abe Begman and Joseph
Beitler, arrested as suspicious characters,
smiled, for they were discharged. Patrick
Donehue, Hugh Flinn, Thomas Tierney,
George Metzgar and John Boyle each got
30 days for fighting and acting disorderly
on the streets.
James Heenan got "thirty" ("thirty,"
you know, means the wind-up) for interfer
ing with the officers engaged in making a
raid at No. 13 Old avenue. HattieBrewer,
proprietor of the Old Avenne House, was
held over and information will be entered
against her by Inspector McAleese. Each
ot tbe people found in her house were given
the alternative of paying a fine of 5 and
costs or 30 days to the workhouse. They
were Wallace Walker, H. Washington,
James Bichardson, Kicbard Layton, John
Kevs, H. Banks, B. Edmonds, F. Brown,
E. Sampson, Peter Lee, Eliza Brown, Laura
Marshall, Lelia Barklow, Lizzie Lee and
In addition to the above cases, 10 common
drunks, 18 disorderly characters and two va
grants were disposed of with light fines and
sentences. Still, they all sighed, and there
was no balm for them in the Sunday breeze
tbat toyed with their whiskers and bade
WHI STOCKS ARE LOW.
Fire Insurance In Pittsburg Not So Profita
ble as ItHVas.
Insurance companies in this city are gen
erally doing a good business. There has
not lately been much fire loss. Still, the
stocks of even those in good shape, paying
good dividends, and with surplus, are
quoted low. F. E. Stephenson gives
a reason. He says they have, as a rule,
too small capital that there are too
many of them to do the business profitably;
the cost of running a small company being
much greater, proportionally, than a large
one. Competition reduces preniium and
great risk is taken for little money. Mr.
Stephenson saida the Pittsburg companies
had made money years ago; but much of.it
had been made on marine risks, and that
this class of business does not amount to
much now. v
Captain Johnston, of the Cash, said that
while some insurance companies have paid
well, the hazard in this section is great, and
is not growing less. Most of the companies
are likely to pay dividends this year; but a
few have been payine unearned ones, which
policy he did not look upon with favor.
A MYSTERIOUS FIRE.
Burning of Calhoun's Shop Thonght to
Have Dccn Incendiary.
Calhoun's butcher shop caught fire at 2
A. M. yesterday, and the roof was burnt off,
with from $50 to $100 damage. No cause
could be assigned for the fire, except that it
appeared to have been incendiary.
Palestine at Its Best In tho Spring.
Bev. Dr. Pearce, pastor of the Butler
Street M. E. Church, is going to postpone
his visit to the Orient until next February.
Dr. Pearce believes that the Holy Land is
to be seen to much better advantage in the
spring than in the fall. All the other min
isters who were going to visit the Holy
Land have determined to go on the trip as
announced in these columns. ,
Russell Erroit Coming Ont All Right.
The Hon. Kussell Errett, who through a
paralytic stroke has been at tbe point of
death, is considerably improved. The
stroke took effect in his side and brain. Mr.
James P. Spear, in a letter, thinks he will
come out all right.
Final Mark-Down Bale Commences To
Day. Pe the $3 English suitings at $1 a yard.
Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
WITHOUT A SURCEASE.-
Why the Fire Laddies Can Have No Vaca
tion as a Rale Fall Days, Weeks and
Tears Demanded at Their Ilands.
The sympathetic inquiry of a lady as to
whether "the poor firemen get a vacation'
caused a Dispatch reporter to look
into the matter, with good results.
The number, all told, including
the Chief Engineer, his assistants, the
Chief Clerk of the Bureau and others,
on the payroll of this branch ot the civic es
tablishment, reaches 182, of which 163, in
cluding the company captain, engineers,
etc, belong to the operative force. The
fireman, excepting in his brief intervals of
relaxation, knows no respite from duty. He
is on watch every day for 24 hours. Bv the
rules of the department he can absent
himself, on pass, for two periods of 24 hours
each and pua of 12 hours every month, dur
ing which his pay continues. Should he
desire to obtain additional leave, it is
granted him, irthe exigencies of the service
fiermit it; but his pay is curtailed. In this
alter event a substitute is provided, but
in the former his share of the work is
performed by his fellows. Long leaves
are seldom granted to the men, one or two
months being the outside, an exception
being made in favor, of one man who de
sired to visit friends in Germany and who
has a pass for three months. One hour for
each meal is allowed, and, It goes without
saying, that, were it not for strict discipline
maintained throughout the service, l1"
burg's Fire Department would not bear the
high name it carries for efficiency. Of the
substitutes employed to take the place of
men, there is no cognizance taken as a class;
they belong to all trades, and come when
called upon; but a good many substitutes
look to the employment they obtain under
the Fire Department for a livelihood, and
wait round until wanted.
But seven deaths have occurred within
the last 12 years, three of which were from
accident and four from consumption engen
dered by colds taken at fires. If injured a
man is paid $15 per week, during 26 weeks,
is provided with medical attendance and no
curtailment of his salary is made. In the
event of death the relatives receive $1,000.
Firemen become more attached to the ser
vice with every year they remain; few vol
untarily resign, and only occasionallyhas a
man to be laid off for a too great liking to
stimulants. It is a fact worth noting, how
ever, that some of the best men are those
who were addicted to drinking previous to
their assignment on the department, but
who irom that moment quit it for good.
A Q0ARTET OF JOHN SMITHS
Start Oat to Capture Allegheny and End In
Four John Smiths were bemoaning their
captivity in the Allegheny lockup yester
day, and patiently awaiting rescue at the
bands of some good Pocahontas. They had
smarted on the warpath Saturday night,
bound to capture the town, but became
weary of firewater and lay down to rest,
only to awake in the morning in the wig
wam of Allegheny's Chief of Police.
Favorable to Barlv Hearings.
A clearly defined sentiment exists among
local retail liquor dealers in favor of peti
tioning. court, between now and the spring,
to change the time of hearing license appli
cations, making it at least a month or two
earlier, so that applicants, before renewing
leases of premises for a year, may know
whether they are to continue in the business.
Attorneys J. Scott Ferguson and Josiah
Cohen heartilv favor the chance. A date
early in January could be fixed bythei
Uourt, if it chose, .air. Jonen says.
The Nnnien Somewhat Conloundcd.
Somebody appears to have been mistaken
with regard to that telegraphic cry for help-.
from Parkersburg, published in The Dis
patch yesterday. At all events, the editor
of the Sentinel of that place called at thist
office during the day to say that, whiles
"Theo. .Boyd, Mayor ot Parfeersburg, was
the signature to the very proper appeal for
relief to the flooded district, G. B. Gibbons
is the Mayor and Treasurer.
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15 days returning. Trains leave Union
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cars) and 8:50 r. Jl. (Pullman sleeping
New Train Arrangements.
The Bedford Springs Hotel Company beg
to notify tbe public that commencing to-day,
and during the season, the train on the Penn
sylvania Kailroad leaving Union station at
1 o'clock makes direct connection via Hunt
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Excursion to Atlantic City
"Via the Baltimore and Ohio Bailroad, next
Thursday, August 1. Bate, $10 for the
round trip; tickets good for 10 days; good
to stop off at Washington City returning.
Trains of Eastlake coaches and Pullman
palace cars will leave depot at 8 A. M. and
920 P. M.
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1 RECREATION PARK.
Don't fall to see Tener and Uumbert
CHICAGO VS. ALLEGHENY.
Train at 3:10. Game at 4 p.m. jy28-17
" A FTER TWO TRIALS."
FRED BEILSTEIN, of Spring Garden ave.,
was relieved of a large tapeworm by Dr. Bur
goon on July t). afterbarlng treated with two
other physicians for tbe same.
Mr. Bellstein can be seen at tbe Allegheny
market, where he has a butcher's stano.
DR-UUKGOON treats all curable diseases.
Over 800 testimonials of your neighbors cured
at bis office, 47 Ohio st, Allegheny, Pa.
Consultation free. JyU
64S Smithfield street Pittsburg, Pa. Frefheltt
Fround Building, second floor. mh34-80-)twT
- M&-DUptay advertisement one dollar per
square for one insertion. Classified advertise
rnentt on this page such at JPanfcd; 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 folio-wing 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 bo prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with Tux Dls
THOMAS MCCAFFBEY. 3X0 Butler street.
EMIL G. STTJCKEY. Mtli street and Penn ave.
t G. STUCKEY A CO., Wylle ave. and Kultbu St.
M. trroKELY, JTUU( Avenue Market House.
J. TV. TVALIiACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTEK & SHELBLEK,tthav. A At wood It.
JACOBSPOHN. No. SCarson street.
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carson strett
A. J. KAXKCHEU, S Federal street.
H. J. McUKIDE, Federal and Ohio street.
FEED H. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS A BON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHEN BY, Western and Irwin aves.
U. W. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Braver aves.
PEKKY M. GLE1M. Kebecca and Allegheny ares.
ANTED A GOOD TINNEB. APPLY S. J.
It AMP, 520 Bailer tt. JyS-13
"TTT ANTED-BAKBEKS AT THE ORIGINAL,
V? and old reliable barbers' supply house. 80
DIAMOND ST.. Pittsburg. JyS-a-MWT
ANTED CARRIAGE PA1NTEKS AND
one carriage trimmer at CENTRAL CAR
RIAGE WORKS. 64 and 68 Twelfth St. JrS-24
"TrrANTED-S OR 8 FIRST-CLASS MOLDEBS;
vV steady work: froodwsKes. Address or apply
SHARON STEEL CASTING CO., bbaron. Pa.
WANTEO-A YOUNG MAN TO DO COL
LECTING and office work: must have ex
perience. Apply to HORNE & WARD, 41 Fifth
WANTED-GOOD MEN ARE MAKING SI50
per month handling oar (roods. Address
SHERMAN, TANGENBEItU & CO., 160 W. Lake
St., Chicago. Jy26-18-o
S3 30 per day: riveters, 225 per day; hold-
ers-on. 11 75 per day. Apply tow. P. COWAN,
WANTED EXPERIENCED STENOGRA
PHER to form partnership for general
shonhand work; must be temperate and practical.
Address J. A. S., Dispatch office. Jy28-18
WANTED AGENTS TO CANVASS-AND
sell our homeopathic family medicines;
steady work: can make til to tU per week. DK.
O'KEEFE A CO., Homeopathic Chemists. 3t
Fifth ave. . Jy28-Ul
TtTANTED FIRST-CLASS PRESCRIPTION
VV glass blowers immediately; will pay 10 oer
cent more than union list: steady Job: fare paid to
Chicago. Telegraph CHICAGO GLASS MFG.
CO., Chicago. Jy27-93-p
TTTANTED A MAX OF MORAL HABITS.
VV located outside principal cities, to rcpre-
sent an old house In bis section; salary to begin,
170 per month: references. MANUFACTURER,
JX.OCJL uox 1WU, 3. I.
ANTED-YOUNGMANTO ACT AS STEN
OGRAPHER and assistant bookkeenpr for
2 or 3 weeks. Apply THOMAS O. BOYLE A CO ,
rtno Dunning, tnis evening, between 6 ana s
o'clock. o ladles wau(ed.
WANTED-GENTLEMEN WHO DESIRE TO
correspond with ladles for fun. Improve
ment or matrimony to send address and2-eent
stamp to tbe AMERICAN CORRESPONDING
CLUB. Box 643, Clarksburg, W. fa. Jy28-15
WANTED-BUSINESSMAN FOR MOST SUC
CESSFUL health resort In America, whero
the climate cures consumption, catarrh and throat
diseases; (2,500 first year and building lot free.
Address BOXS60. Vau Raub, Bexar CO., lex.
-TTJANTED MAN-TO TAKE AGENCY OF
VV our safes: size 23x18x18 Inches: weight SO
lbs. : retail price S33; other sizes In proportion: rare
chance to create permanent business at home:
these safes meet demand never before supplied by
other safe companies, as we are not governed by
the Safe Pool. ALPINE SAFE CO., Cincinnati. O.
Female Help. '
TtTANTED EXPERIENCED LAUNDRY
V girl at BOLEY'S HOTEL, 31 Diamond, city.
WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
WORK. Apply WM. BUUL,(262 Furbes
Male and Pemnle ITeln.
r vV two ladles and three gentlemen to classify
Uordcrs; must apply before 11 o'clock. J. K. CUT-
ii jiuo ruin ave. jy--4
WANTED COOK AND CHA31UERMAID
for small family, laundresses, cooks, cbam
Dermalds, dining room girls, nurses, house girls,
German and colored girls, waiters, drivers, farm
hands. MRS. E. THOMPSON, 608 Grant St.
TTTANTED A MAN SERVANT FOR GEN
VY TLEMAN'S family, coachman, man to
drive and make himself useful, laborers, farm
hands, cooks, chambermaids, house girls, pantry
and kitchen girls, 4 dining room girls, nurse glrL
seamstress. MEEHAN'S, 645 Grant St. Jy29-D
WANTED - 25 WEEKLY-REPRESENTATIVE,
male or female. In every community;
goods staple: household necessity; sell at sight: no
peddling; salary paid promptly, and expenses ad
vanced. Full particulars and valuable sample
case free; wemeanlnct what we say. Address at
once STANDARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston,
patent or proprietary medicine business, to
run office or travel. Address WM. I. MOORE,
Homer City. Pa. Jy26-lS
-TTrANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
VV ERTY, over 34,000; 4 per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER CO., 82 Fourth avenue.
WANTEDMORTGAGES-WE CAN LOAN
from ssoo to S300, 00u on mortgages; 4. Sand
6 per cent. JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129 Fonrth
avenue, Pittsburg. jy26-100-D
WANTED-MONEY, QUICK, TO OBTAIN
patents on new electric car; large Interest
In the pitents given. Inquire second floor, back
room, 127 FIFTH AVE. Jy23-
WANTED - MO RTG AGES I MORTGAGES I
on city or snburban Improved real estate
In large or small amounts at lowest rates. ALEX
ANDER A L LE. 313 Wood St. Jyl7-C0-UW8
In large and small amounts at 4H. 3 and 6
per cent, iree ox Bute tax; no aeiay. iused b.
LOYLE& CO., 131 Fourth ave.
WANTED-TO LOAN 3o0,0C0 ON MORT
GAGES In amounts to suit. In city or coun
try, at 4"4 to 6 per cent, as to security: no delay.
SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth ave.
WANTED-TO LOAN 3500,000. IN AMOUNTS
of (3,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4)j per cent, free of tax: also smaller
amounts at i and 6 per cent. BLACK A BAIRD,
95 1 ourth avenue. scH-dJO-D
WANTKD-TO LOAN 3200,000 ON MORT
GAGES; (100 and upward at 6 per cent;
rcaiucuccs or Business
counties. S. H.
cent counties at 6 per cent- 1. M. PENNOCK A
SON, 103 Fourth-avenue. ap7-f41
WANTED-ENGL1&H OR AMERICAN CAP
ITAL desiring profitable Investment In rail
way securities and coal lands may find something
to their advantage by addressing P. A. B . care
or No. 68 Sixth ave.. Pittsburg, Pa., during next
10 days. Jy29-7,
WANTED-CUSTOMERS FOR DIAMONDS
gold and silver watches, marble clocks, sil
verware, etc, at (1 per week npward, at 130 Fed
"Mh, AUCKUCdf, U M.LBsMX JCIJ-JinDll
TTTANTED-LADIES TO KNOWHAUOn
v v jvtvuau rrptur, reumsu w upiivtsivr vtu
furniture promptly and In the best possible mw
ner. 33 AND 34 WATER ST. 'Phone 1625. my9-S2
WANTED STAULE IN ALLEGHENY,
within a few blocks of postofflce: must have
room for five horses and carriages: stable desired
for nrlvate use. Address S. U. C, Dispatch office.
WANTED-TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BERS to seenre a fine gold watch for each
one In the club at II 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX 501, and I will call and snow you the watch.
"TTTANTED-BY PEARSON. LEADING PHO
W TOORAPHER, 86 Fifth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at tl SO per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous nrocess. mhl3-3
"TTANTED TnE MEMBERS OF NORTHSIDK
TV Council No. 8. Independent Sovereigns of
Industry, and their friends to attend a select bas
ket picnic andvfree excursion on tbe steamer May
flower on Tuesday. July; 33,11839. Invitations and
trade cards must be presented at the boat, which
leaves foot of Wood street at 8 o'clock A.M. sharp.
Meals can be procured on the boat. JyS5-7
WANTED-BARBERS TO KNOW THAT THE
secret or our success Is that we have the
most substantial and best upholstered chairs at
astonishingly low prices: the fact that our chairs
and other goods are found In ninety-nine out of
every hundred shops In this city and adjacent
towns Is sufficient evidence of oar claim. ROSS
W. BLACK. 80 Diamond St., Pittsburg: the orig
inal Barbers' Supply House. J J29-J1-KWT
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
East End Residence.
'OR SALE-CENTER AVE. NEAR ROUP ST..
elegant new lorooin ana reception uau uneen
Anne brick dwelling: all modern Improvements;
lot: price reasonable. SAM'L w. hlauh.
&. CO., 89 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE II0.500-F1FTH AVE., OAKLAND.
substantial 2-story mansard 10 room brick
dwelling with all modern conveniences: lot29xl3i,
to an alley: very easy terms: a bargain; very de
sirable location; shade trees, Ac. SAM'L W.
BLACK A CO., S3 Kourtl) ave. Jr2S-53
T7OR SALE-BEN VENUEPLACE, P. R. R.. A
Jj new frame dwelling of t rooms: range, bath,
h. and c. water. Inside w. c: all modern conve
niences; 300 cash, balance (10 per month. Call at
office and get fall particulars of this real bargain.
BLACK A BA1RD, OS Fourth ave. 3-A JySM2
FOR SALE A PRETTY. NEW QUEEN ANNE
house In the East End of 8 rooms, reception
hall, rauge. hath, laundry, complete In ail re
spects : close to V. It. It. ; elegant lot 50x100; paved
street and well sewered: SUOO down, balance on
time. BLACK A BA1RD, i Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-DESIRABLE EAST END RESI
DENCErlck. new, late style, nine rooms,
well finished, besides laundry, bathroom, pantry;
all latest conveniences; lot 40x121 feet: near steam
and cable cars: location very desirable: price low;
terms moderate. W. A. llP.KKO.N A SONS, 80
Fourth avenue. Jyt8-61-.$-au2, 6.. 13
FOR SALE-2 SMALL HOUSES AND LOTS ON
Friendship avauue near Penn avenue, Six
teenth ward, Pittsburg, at auction sale, to close
up an estate, on Saturday afternoon. August 10,
at 3 o'clock, on the premises. Particulars from
JAS. W. DRAPE A CO.. Agents, etc., 19 Fourth
avenue, Plttsbarg. Jy27-72-D
FOR SALE A DESIRABLE HOME. CON
VENIENTLY located on Thirty-eighth street,
between Butler street and Penn avenue cable lines;
honse 7, rooms, large pantry and finished attic,
newly papered and painted; large lot, 53x107 rect
to alley: ground ulcely elevated and shaded; a
prompt buyer can secure this property at about
tbe value of unimproved ground la the samevlcln
Ity. CHARLES SOMERS, 313 Wood street.
FOR SALE-THE EXCELLENT RESIDENCE
and large lot. No. 3447 Penn avenue, with lot
about 100x160 feet, extending through to Butler
street, property of Mr. Wm. Halnsworth, who Is
going V est, and has authorized us to sell this
property at public tale on next Monday after
noon, July at, at 3 o'clock, on the premises; terms
at sale: title perfect:lmmedlat possession, bend
for descriptive circular to JAS. W. DRAPE A
CO., Agents and Auctioneers, 129 Fourth avenue,
F)R SALE PARTIES LOOKING FOR
houss cannot find a more desirable situation
than Oakland square: the greater number of the
durably built, handsomely finished new dwellings
erected there have been sold within the past sixty
days; asphalt pavements, natural ana artificial
gas, a beautiful park planted with shade trees,
and convenience to the city, being but 20 minutes
by Pittsburg Traction road, are among the ad
vantages. Prices. 6,5O0and SS.700, on easy terms.
Apply to C. H. CHANCE, on tbe premises.
FOR SALE-FINE RESIDENCE AMD 1 ACRE
of ground on P. R. K., East End, two min
utes' walk from railroad station: 12 rooms In res
idence, with hath, lavatory, natural gas. marble
mantels, furnace, and replete throughout with all
modern Improvements and everything in prime
order: beautiful lot or 1 acre, with full grown
shade trees, fruit trees and shrubbery: abundance
ot pure water, very good stable, carriage house
and all needed outbuildings: this Is a very pretty
Jroperty In every particular; price only 113,000.
AS. W. DRAPE & CO., Agents, 12) Fourth ave..
FOR SALE-HOUSE AND LOr-249 JUNIATA
St., Allegheny at orphans' Courtsale, Tues
day, July 30, 3 o'clock; lot 27x67; two-story dwell
ing and store; terms cash. A.LEGGATE A SON,
TfTlOR SALE-CORNER LOT, 40X120 FEET TO
X! street in rear; 12-room house, now rented,
paying 12 to 13 per cent on price asked, and with a
moderate outlay In Improvements would do bet
ter: near Federal street and parks. Allegheny;
(2. 800. CHARLES SOMERS, 313 Wood street.
FOR SALE MANHATTAN ST.. NEAR RE
BECCA st, Allegheny, a good 2-story frame
of 4 rooms; Inside w.c., natural gas, city water,
etc.: nice yard, front and back, good neighbor
hood; only 12,000; easy terms: this Is a bargain.
BLACK A BAIRD, 83 Fourth ave. 2-B-122.
FOR SALE-HOUSE AND LOT-CATHERINE
St.. Twenty-third ward property of late Pat
rick Fay. at Orphans' Court stle. Monday, July29,
3 o'clock; lot 20x106, with frame dwelling and
stable; terms cash.' A.LEGGATE& SON, Auc
FORSALE-AT A BABGA1N-1 ACRE OF
ground, with a frame house of 3 rooms, at Eras
worth, P., F. Vf. A C. By. C. BERINGER A
SON, 103 Fourth ave. Jy27-73-D
FORSALE-A LARGE NUMBER OF VERY
desirable dwelling houses of all sizes and
S rices at Emsworth and Glenfleld. P., F. W. A C.
. W.talso a number of vacant lots near the
stations. C. BERINGER & SON, 103 Fourth ave.
TTORSALE 8 ACRES NICE LYING GROUND
JL on Brownsville road, right at railroad and
station, a short distance beyond terminus of Mt.
Oliver Flectrlc Railway: fJX) per acre; cheap.
CHARLES SOMERS, 313 Wood street.
FORSALE-A NEW FRAME DWELLING OF
9 rooms, reception hall, 3 porches, large lot,
with shade trees, etc., at Bellevue: price onlr
$4,000: also a good dwelling- f 6 rooms, porches,
etc : fine view of the Ohio river for 12 miles at
Beuevue; ?3,ouo. u. UEKiautK a son, 103
FOU SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE-PROPERTY ADJOINING THAT
of A. G. Barnet to tbe highest bidder, at pub
lic sale baturday,August3,at2P.U.,on the prem
ises, on Webster ave.. Thirteenth ward. US feet
fronting on Webster avenue and running hack
about 60 feet to old Coal lane This property Is
handy to the new Wylle ave. electric cars. Par
ticulars from A. J. PENTECOST, 413 Grant St.
I East End Lota.
T7OR SALE LARGE LOTS. FINELY LO
JD GATED, close to station and easy terms, are
to be had In Villa Park: new plan now ready.
JOHN F. BAXTER, Agent, 312 Smithfield st.
FOR SALE-LARGE EAST END BUILDING
sites, commanding a magnificent view of the
beautiful Liberty Valley; this handsome residence
place Is situated on Linden ave above Penn ave.,
convenient to P. R. R. and cable roads: verv low
prices and good location. BLACK A BAlHD. 85
Fourth ave. Jyl0-30-ia,12,13,17.19,23,25,27,29,31
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 MCN AUG HER, 43 N. Diamond St.
T7H1R SALE FINE LARGE LOT, 37X177 FEET,
JO on Perrysville ave.. Allegheny, one square
from new schoolhonse: prettiest lot on the avenue;
on line of electric cars. JAS. W. DRAPE& CO.,
Agents, 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. Jy27-72-D
EOR SALE-RARE CHANCE-PUBLIC SALE,
on the premises on Benton ave.. Eleventh
ward, Allegheny, Thursday, August I, at 2
o'clock, r. M., 9 acres: handy to Brighton road.
Particulars from A. J. PENTECOST; 413 Grant
St., every day until sale. Jy25-23-MWTbS
FOR SALE-IN ALLEGHENY-APR03IISING
location for Investment and desirable place
for a home: Benton ave., near Brighton road and
proposed electric road, and extension of C'alUor
n la ave. : large lot, at from fi50 to 8350 and on long
time. CUAS. SOMERS, 313 Wood St.
FOR SALE-LOIS AT UAZELWOOD AND
Glenwood. near the station: forest and
iruit trees, graded streets, sidewalks, city water,
natural gas; houses for sale, small payment
down, balance In -monthly payments If desired;
Second Ave. Electric Railway will pass in front of
these lots: B. A O. Railroad fare monthly tickets,
SK cents per trip. GEORGE W. BURGW IN. 150
Fourth ave. Jy24-12-KWSu
FOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL BUILDING SITE
at Edgewood, P. R. R., 100x200 feet; level and
wlthlu 3 minutes' walk from station; reasonable
price and easy terms. BLACK A BAIRD. 85
Fourth ave. 3-A. Jy28-41-D
FOR SALE-ONLY 2 LOTS ON SOUTH ST.,
Orchard plan. Wllklnsburg, now for sale,
6Qxl24fect:prettlestlotsin thcplace;allon grade;
good water, fruit trees, etc., etc.: money win be
furnished to a purchaser who will agree to build a
5ood house. Plans from JAS. W. 1VRAPEA CO.,
.gents. 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. Jy27-72-o
FOR SA LE-5 ACRES. 10 ACHES AND 20 ACRES
for suburban residence sites on line of Alle
gheny Valley Railroad, between Parnassus and
Valley Camp: over a half mile of railroad front,
fine grove, forest trec9, full supply of pure water,
natural gas; one of the prettiest sections for snb
urban homes on any railroad entering either city.
Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO.. 129
Fourth ave, Pittsburg. Jy27-72-D
FOR SALE-ABOUT 75 OF THE 300 LOTS IN
the beautiful plan of Groveland have already
been sold, and the promises of this soon becoming
the handsomest and most rapidly growing town
convenient u Pittsburg are now assured: extra
largt. level, shaded lots on wide avenues: charm
ing home location at the low price of 8200 to 00,
on long time; do not buy elsewhere for a home
until you Inspect this. CUAS. SOMERS. 313 ood
FOR SALE-FARM 101 ACRES-GOOD HOUSE,
barn and other outbuildings, largo orchard,
abundance of water, well suited for stock, grain
or gardening: best farm In Allegheny county for
tk So cash. iA. W1TT1SH. 410 Grant St.. Pltts
nrg. Pa. Jy23-D
FOR SALE A NICE FARM OF 59 ACRES,
suitable for garden or dairy, on the Perrys
ville road.nearPerrysrllle: small dwelling. barn,
orchard, water, etc ; a good farm and In good
order. Terms, etc, from JAS. W. DRAPK A
CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. Jy27-72-D
FOR SALE-OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY. SUB
URBAN or mill property, or small farm near
or west of Pittsburg, a good firm of 100 acres,
good Improvements, good fencing, large orchard,
and weir watered, located 40 miles north of Pltts
burgonllneofR. R.; terms easy. THOS. L1G
OE1T. 114 Fonrth ave. Jy24-20-Mwrs
VI AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-7t-D
ra SALE CARRIAGE SHOP, OR WANTED,
a good partner. Address E. C B.. Dispatch
FOR SALE-A GOOD ESTABLISHED
plumbing business In McKeesport: reason for
selling, falling health: a good chanrefora live
man. Apply to D. CU13UOLM, 818 Walnut st
TTlORSALE-4 LICENSED HOTELS DOING A
I? good business and located-onllneof railroads;
two In Ohio, one In Lawrence Co. and one In
Beaver Co., ranging In price from SIOM ito 8500.
THOS. LIGGETT. Ill Fourth ave. Jy24-20-MWFS
FOR SALE-A HARDWARE. STOVE. HOUSE
FURNISHING and tinware store In a neigh
boring manufacturing city, doing a good paying
business; toa live man this Is a good opening.
Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE CO.. 129
Fourth avenne, Pittsburg. Jy27-J2-D
FOR SALE-OR EXCHANGE FOR CHI
property, a general country store business,
with storeroom, warehouse, dwelling, etc. at a
good point on line of railroad, with postofflce. ex
press and railroad agencr.the revenue from which
alone runs up to 840 per month; excellent trade lu
grain, produce etc. : this Is a good opening: no
opposition. Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE A
CO.. 129 Fourth ave, Pittsburg. Mortgages
IOR SALE fIRON ON THE JUMP: BRILL
IANT prospects for trade," so every one
rin-vnti hppil thi ftltma nf the times?" 100
grocery, drygoods,cblna and notion stores; finest,
largest and most profitable bakery. Ice cream and
confectionery business in the two cities; feed
store cigar stores, milk depots: confectioneries,
all sizes and prices: fine restaurautand dining
rooms, printing office livery stable, shoe stores,
bakeries, extensive bottling works. Free particu
lars. SHEPARD A CO.. 54 Fifth ave ly27
FOR SALE IN TEREST IN A VALUABLE
railroad appliance The undersigned wishes
to dispose ora portion of his Interest In a valu
able appliance tor railroads, which, from Its
merits, will In a short time como 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
flood reasons: a stock company will be formed for
ts manufacture, and the owners of the patent
will derive the advantages Incident thereto; only
those having capital to Invest and meaning busi
ness need applv, as 1 will positively take no notice
of idle Inquiries: full name and address must
be given, and satisfactory assurances given that
business Is meant. Address BONA FIDE. Dls
patch office. Jyl9-39
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock. fce
FOR SALE-LIVERY STOCK AND FIXTURES,
doing a good business: good stand for livery
business; good reason for selling. GEO. BEET,
FOR SALE-ONE TEAM LARGE MULES AND
one large wagon suitable for heavy hauling.
or price and particulars Inquire of ARM
STRONG. BRO. A CO., Twenty-fourtn nd R. R.
machinery and Metals.
FIR BALE-IN ONE OR MORE LOTS, 900
tons second-hand 43-1S. Iron rails, with splices:
guaranteed fit for re-laying. P. O. BOX 118, Alle
gheny, Pa. Jy2S-3i
FOR SALE 2SX4S CORLISS ENGINE: ONLY
run a year; can be seen In operation: price
on application; Worthlngton pumps, automatic
and plain slide valve engines, boilers, pipe and
fittings. J. A. MCCORMICK, 150 First ave.
FOR SALE-SECOND-HANI ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles kept In stock, from
4 to 100 h. p.; all refitted; good as new, at lowest
prices; mounted portable engines, 8 to 25 h. p.
23-2SParkway. J. b. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa.
FOR SALE HOISTING ENGINES, NEW
and second hand; wire and manlla rope, der
rick and fittings, hoisting tubs and cars, clay and
ore pans, engines, boilers and machinery.
THOMAS CARLLN '3 SONS, Lacock and Sandusky
sts.. Allegheny. 1v23-mwv
PERSONAL BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS 1
New and old. ancient and modern, standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30, XOvol
umns to select from. LEVI'S BOOK bfOKF.
800 Liberty st. my3-23
PERSONAL WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIFE,
mother or daughters In repairing and clean
ing your old clothes, when It can be done for a
trifle by DICKSON, the TaUor. cor. Firth ave.
and Wood St., second floor? Charges moderate;
facilities unsurpassed: suits made to order: spring
styles now ready. Telephone 1558. mb3
PERSONAL-SAY, HARRY: THAT NEW
snit Is Immense but your shoulders look as
though you had gone through a snow storm from
that dandruff falling from your head. Why don't
you get your barber to give you a sbampoo with
ROSS W. BLACK'S Keystone Snow Flake Egg
Sbampoo Cream, and I'll guarantee you will never
be troubled with dandruff any more.
LOST-SUNDAY AFTERNOON, NEAR DAL
LAS button. P. R. R., a black and white
setter dog: a liberal reward will be paid If re
turned to H. II. WESTINGUOUSE, Edgewood,
P. R. R. Jy29-5
LOST--JULY 17. FROM N. Y., L. E A W.
train No. 12, between Youngstown. (., and
Greenville, Pa., foxterrlerdog, white with black
and tan head, black spot on left side and root or
tall: answers to "Boxer." Finder will please
communicate with WM. F. BUNNELL, Glrard.
P.. and receive liberal reward. Jy28-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THJS
partnership heretofore existing between
the undersigned, nnder the firm name of Noble
Bros., Livery Undertaking, has this day been
dissolved. AH debts owing to satd firm are to
bo received by Benj. L. Noble and all demands
on said firm to be paid by him. Signed
JOHN M. NOBLE,
J ULY 26, 1889. B. L. NOBLE.
OFFICIAL PITTSn URG.
PrrrSBURCJ. Pa., July 27, 1S89.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
reports of viewers on tbe construction of
Atwood and Louisa streets sewer, from Fifth
avenue to Meyran street, and Jleyran and
Louisa streets sewer, from Fifth avenue to
Cunllffe Run sewer, have been approved by
Councils, which action will be final, nnless an
appeal is filed in the Court of Common Pleas
within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
AN ORDINANCE-FIXING THE COM
PENSATION of police matrons or the
Department of Public Safety.
bection 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained, and
enacted by the anthorlty of the same. That the
Jay of the police matrons at patrol station No.
shall be and it is bereby established at f75 per
month, and tbat the pay and compensation of
all other police matrons shall be and It is here
by established at 65 per month.
Section 2 That any ordinance or part of or
dinance conflicting with tbe provisions of this
ordinance, be and the same is hereby repealed,
so far as the same affect3 this ordinance
Ordrlned and enacted Into a law in Councils
this 1st day ot July, A. D. I8S9.
H. P. FORD, President of Select Council.
Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD, Clerk of Select
CouncU. GEO. L. HOLUDAY. President of
Common Council. Attest: GEO. BOOTH,
Clerk of Common Council.
Mayor's office. July 2, 18S9. Approved:
WM. McCALLIN. Mayor. Attest: W H. Mc
CLEARY. Mayor's Clerk.
Recorded in Ordinance Book, vol. 7, page 102,
21th day of July, A. D. ISSa jy26-21
AN ORDINANCE GRANTING THE
Pittsburg, Allegheny and Manchester
Passenger Railway Company certain rights.
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsburg. In Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is bereby ordained and
enacted by tbe anthorlty of the same. That the
Pittsburg, Allegheny and Manchester Railway
Company be and is bereby granted the right to
extend its road and lay its tracks along Penn
avenue from Sixth street to Fifth street,
thence down Fifth street to the Allegheny
Section 2 That any ordinance or part ot
ordinance conflicting with the provisions of
this ordinance, be and tbe same is hereby re
pealed, so far as the same affects this ordi
nance. Ordained and enacted Into a law in Councils
this 1st day or Julv, A. D. 1889.
H. P. FORD, President of Select Council.
Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD, Clerk or Helefct
Council. GEO. L. HOLLIDAY. President of
Common Council. Attest: GEO. BOOTH,
Clerk of Common Cnnncil.
Major's office, July 11, 1889. Approved:
WM. McCALLIN, Mayor. Attest: WILL
IAM McCLEARY, Mayor's Clerk.
Recorded In Ordinance Book, vol. 7, page 102,
21th day of July. A. D. 1889. jy26-24
TESTATE OF JOHN T. McKENNAN,
fjj deceased. Notice is hereby given that
letters ot administration upon tbe estate of
John T. McKcnnan, late of tbe city of Pitts
burg, in the county of Allegheny. Pennsyl
vania, deceased, have been granted to the un
dersigned, to whom all persons Indebted to
said estate are requested to make immediate
payment, and those having claims or demands
against tho same will make them known with
out delay to WILLIAM McKENNAN, Jr.,
room 19, Bakewell Law Building, Pittsburg, Pa.
jy7-21-8. 15. 22. 29, auS. 12
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
J application will be made to the Governor
of Pennsylvania on tbe 15th dav of September,
1889, by Edwin Bindley, Wm. G. Price, John
Cowley, Albert R. Prlceana J. H. White, nnder
an act of Assembly entitled "An act to provide
for tbe incorporation and regulation of certain
corporatUmv approved May 29, 1S7J, and the
supplements thereto, for tbe charter of an In
tended corporation, to be called Wm. G. Price
it Co., the character and object of which Is the
purchase, manufacture and sale of iron, lead
and brass goods, and for these purposes to have,
possess and enjoy all the rights, benefits and
privileges of said act of Assembly and supple
ments thereto. 3. H. WHITE, Solicitor.
TO LET NEW CONVENIENT ft-ROOH
frame honse. Second ward, Allegheny,t20'alto
new three rooms, . W. W. MCNEILL i:RO.,
103 Fourth ave. 1723-33
Offices. Desk Room. &c
TO LET OFFICE ROOM ON GROUND
floor: large front window; Wood st.. near
Fourth ave. ALEXANDER A LEE. 313 Wood st.
rr0 LET WELL LIGHTED OFFICE. UEWLY
J. painted: elevator. Janitor service and al
modern conveniences. Apply to GERMAN1A
SAVINGS BANK, 423 Woodstreet. )e23-68-D
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 bare also de
slrable offices In other good buildings. SAMUEL
W. BLACK A CO . 99 Fourth ave. Je232-D
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING. 7 77 and 79 Diamond street, two or the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be fonnd In the
city; rent, S)andsa per annum. Including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam heating.
Apply between 10 A. k. and lr. 11., or between
2 and 4 r. M. jy237
THE MONET SENTJO JOHNSTDM.
Read Governor Beaver's article on this sub
ject in tbe August number of
The north American Review
This number also contains
PHILANTHROPY AT JOHNSTOWN,
By Clara Barton;
THE LESSON OF CONEMATJGH,
By Major J. "VV. Powell;
And contributions by Henry Clews. Dr. Ly
man Abbott, Prof. David Swing: Dion Boucl
cault, Karl Blind, Lord Wolseley, the Rt. Hon.
W. E. Gladstone and other well-known writers.
For sale at all news stands. jyCS-67
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at tbe offico or City Controller nn
ti!8ATURDAY.the3dday of August, A. D..
1889, at 2 p. M., for the construction of an iron
bridge on Wllmot street. Fourteenth ward.
Also, for tho construction of a wooden stair
way from Fortieth street to Neville street.
Plans and specifications can be seen at this
office. Bonds in the sum of 2Q.G0O for bridge
and $1,000 for stairway must accompany each
proposal, probated before the Mayor or City
The Department of Awards reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
E. M. BIGELOW.
Jy29-28 Chief of Dep't of Public Works.
Office of Borough Cijerk, 1
McKeesport. Pa., July 19, 18S9. J
VTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-SEALED
Jl proposals will be received at the office oC
the Borough Clerk until T.UESDAY, July 30,
A. D. 1849, at i P. ST., for the following, viz:
One of 12 inches in diameter on Strawberry
alley, from Seventh avenue to Frank alley.
One of 15 and 12 inches In diameter on Tube
Works alley, from fcinaw's avenue to Olive
One of 12 inches in diameter on South alley,
from Center street to Wood street.
Grading, curbing and pavingof Sixth avenue
from terminus of present improvement to the
original line of Huey street, and for the grad
ing and paving of Tube Works alley lroin
Rlngold street to Olive street. All of the
above paving to be done with fire brick.
Plans and specifications of tbe above work
can be seen and blanks for bidding and all in
formation can bo had at the Engineer's office on
and after July 24.
Each proposal must be accompanied by a
bond In double the amount of the proposal,,
and probated before a notary of the public,
and said proposals mnst be handed In on or be
fore the above specified time; unless said re
quirements are strictly carried out the bid will
not be considered.
The Committee on Sewers and Streets re
serve the right to reject any or all proposals.
JyI9-82-19.24.29 GEO. BOSSART. Clerk.
TTOLY GHOST COLLEGE
Camnlete nrenaratorr. commercl.il snrl
'collegiate departments, reopens WEDNE3-
13 A I , iSJii'ltSMBJiK i; new stuaents examined
Monday, September 2. Apply to Rev. JoiLM
T. MURPHT, C. S. Sp., President. JJ17-2S
CHELTENHAM ACADEMY. OGONTZ,
Pa. Unexcelled location and surround
ings. New school equipment. Gymnasium,
military drill, etc. Thorough preparation for
college or scientific school. For circnlar, etc,
address JNO. CALVIN RICE, A. M., Principal.
NEW YORK MILITARY ACADEMY.
Cornwall-on-Hudson. Courses of study In
civil engineering, English and classics. Labor
atory, drawing room and field work. Beautif ul
building, grounds. location. COL. C- J.
WRIGHT, B. 8M A. M.. Supt; BELDKN F.
HYATT. Comd't of Cadets. jelO-U
PITTSBURG ART SCHOOL, ESTAB
LISHED 18SL offers advantages of a
thorough Academic School of Art, combined
with private instruction; each pnpil under
joint direction of George Hetzel (Dusseldorf
Academy), John W.Bcatty (Munich Academy).
Students who cannot attend daily may enter
for limited number of days 07 week.
For prospectus address
JOHN W. BEATTY,
Principal, - -jv27-C8
413 Wood street. Pittsburgh
ORPHANS' COURT SALE-ESTATE OF
John Wagner, deceased By virtue of an
order ot the Orphans' Cort of Allegheny
county, the undersigned will offer at public
sale on the premises, on TUESDAY, August 6,
1889, at 2 P. X., the following real estate, viz:
All that certain lot of ground situated lormcr
ly In tbe borough of Mt. 'Washington, now in
the Thirty-second ward, of the city of Pitis
burg, county of Allegheny, and State of Penn
sylvania, being lot No. ai, In A. P. Norton's
plan of lot?, recorded In the Recorder's office
of said county, in Plan Book, vol. 4, page 4.1,
and bounded and described as follows, to wit:
Beginning on tbe westerly line of the new
Washington road at the comer of lot No. 35,
In said plan, thence along the line of said road
northwardly 27 6-100 feet to the corner of lot
No. 37, thence by the line of lot No. 37 west
wardly 100 feet to the line of lot No. 43, thence
southwardly 23 feet to the corner of lot No. 35.
and thence by tbe line of said lot No. 35 east
wardly 92 feet, more or less, to the place of be
ginning, having thereon erected one two
story frame dwelling honse with out buildings.
Terms of sale Ten per cent down, 40 per
cent on confirmation of sale, and tho remainder
in one year, with interest from confirmation,
secured by bond and mortgage on the premises
containing scl ft. and insurance clauses.
FLORENTINE WAGNER, '
LAZEAR & ORR.
Attorneys; 400 Grant St., Pittsburg.
AT AUCTION. TUESDAY MORNING.
July 30. at 10 o'clock, at No. 311 Market
st. Very fine square grand Cbickering piano,
cost 1000; English rug; parlor suit, cost 3250:
Turkish carpet, cost fbo; easy chairs, fancy
rockers, handsome solid walnut chamber suit,
cost 35, mahogany and oak chamber furni
ture: mirror door wardrobe, cost 153: Bruns
wick folding bed, bair and husk mattresses,
springs, hand-piinted toilet ware, English din
ner set, two very large French plate mirrors,
elegant three-winged bookcase in walnut,
leather chairs, sideboard and extension table
in oak, Brussels and ingrain carpets, linoleum,
lamps, clocks, lambrequin, notions, desks,
rugs, shading. Iron safe, with combination
lock; refrigerator, fine ball racks, chiffoniers,
cabinets, lounges, etc HENRY AUCTION
CO., LIM.. Auctioneers, jy288
AUCTION BALE MANUFACTURING
site River ave., Allegbenr. opposite new
Ihlrteenth street bridge: lot 200x125; between
W.p.R.R.andP.&W. R. R.. with improve
ments, viz: A large and salMtantiill v built plan
ing mill, two-story brick office building, stable,
etc; will be sold with or without machinery;
excellent location inr manufacturing purpose.
JOHN J. HOWLEY, Real Estate Agent. 127
Fonrth ave. J) 28-121 '
Notice To Navigators.
During tho reconstruction of tbe channel 4
span 01 tne unto river bridge at steubenvillr,
Ohio, which Is now in nrogress. parties navi
gating tbe Ohio river will bereqnircd topa&at.'
through tbe span next west of the channel span, t
which has been dredged so as to afford a good 1
navigable water. Whlta liehts will ba dta.'l
played Indicating the obstructed channel span, .
and red lights will be displayed indicating the !
uiauu w uv useu.
JL J. BECKER, '
, Chlel Engineer PnC. 4 BLL, By. C"
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