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THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, - TUESDAY, JULY 30,
IT" WAS FORESEEN.
-A Medical Authority Which Foretold
the Typhoid Trouble.
EYCN THE DISTRICT INDICATED.
The Causes and the Most Effective Remedies
50ETUSIDE rinsiCIAXS UJSKCFFLED
Now that so much has been said of the in
ability of the Allegheny Board of Health
to grasp the typhoid fever situation, sug
gestions as to a remedy are in order. On
May 21 Dr. W. P. ifuan, of Allegheny,
read a very spicy paper before the County
Medical Society on "The Functions and
Duties of Health Boards." It never
reached the daily papers, and as it treats of
this identical trouble, though two months
before typhoid fever broke out on the North
side, a part of it is timely now:
There is in the city of Allegheny a very gen
eral noncompliance with the ordinances re
quiring the prompt report of all cases of infec
tious diseases occurring within the city limits.
Physicians are indifferent because the law has
never been properly enforced and because com
pliance with it has not as a rule met with
proper co-operation from the municipal health
authorities. The body known as the Board of
Health seems to De of the opinion that its
functions begin and end in the investigation of
cesspool and similar nuisances, and annually
congratulates itself and the city that a merci
ful Providence has not sent a smallpox visita
tion upon us; ignoring the fact that typhoid
fever, scarlet fercr, and diphtheria, each due
to entirely different but almost equally pre
SLAY TIIEIU THOUSANDS
where smallpox only numbers its victims by
dozens, and that there are other preventative
measures than the enforced cleansing of over
flowing cesspools. The reasoning even of pro
fessional men who should know better seems to
he that nothing is a nuisance unless it offends
tL eje or nose, that the cesspool cleaner is the
only practitioner of preventive medicine and
thatapbjsician's sole prerogative is to sign
death and birth certihcates and not to bother
about anything else outside of his private prac
tice. The proposition that every city, and especial
ly every large city, should have a board of
health, or a department of public health, re-
2 aires no elaboration or proof. The duties
evolving upon such a body may be viewed
from various standpoints, but no practical
hygienist would denj to such a body a police
power sufficiently strong to enforce its regula
tions. Suggestion No. 1 then is: That health in
spectors ehocld be known as sanitary police,
and as sucli should, in the pursuit of their
duties have the same emblems ol authority,
pou ers of arrest and privileges of search that
are gnen to other police officers in preserva
tion of the peace. The moral effect of a prop
erly uniformed and efficiently directed Rani
tary police force would be great. Their report
of 'statistics might be made the bans for med
HOW TO GRAPrLE IT.
Suggestion No. 3 A sketch of a proposed
plan of action for ordinary times, leaving out
of consideration those times when some dread
disease becomes o prevalent as to call for ex
First Every case of communicable disease
should be reported promptly to the Board of
Health (age. sex and residence carefully speci
fied). Meales is included under this head, and
mild cases ot scarlet fever, sometimes called
scarlatina or scarlet rash, are also included.
Second Everj such case reported should be
marked accurately upon a large scaled map of
the city, so that the number of cases in any
given square or in any topographical section
may be determined at a glance. This map
should also have all sewers and water pines ac
curately indicated, and diameters marked so
that the number of cases in unsewered dis
tricts, in the neighborhood of dead ends of
water pipes, and in unwatered and partially
watered districts, might be known and propeily
Third A complete list of all cases of com
xnunicable diseases reported during the preced
ing 2-1 hours i-hould be sent by special messen
ger every morning to the principals of all the
schools in the city, and. acting on this informa
tion, the principals should send home all cbil
, dren residing in the houses from which cases
are repotted. By this means hundreds of cases
of scarlet fever, diphtheria and measles might
be prevented each 3'ear, and the number of
deaths among school children largely de
creased. Fourth Every case of the more serious con
tacious diseases, viz.. scarlet fever, diphtheria
and smallpox, should be visited in lets than 21
hours after being reported, by a medical in
spector, who should give personal directions in
regard to disinfection, isolation and attention,
and iiKe his discretion m regard to posting an
official notice or card on the door.
SIOKE VIKULEKT DISEASES.
Fifth Caes of death from the more virulent
diseases should be at once reported, and the
funeral should be held under the personal
supervision of the health inspector having
special police powers. The Board should adopt
regulations for the preparation, carriage and
disposal of all bodies dead of virulent contagi
Illustrative of the necessity of some such
regulations. 1 will narrate the following in
stance, occurring in my own practice: in an
isolated district, at that time free from anv
scarlatina, one case of scarlet fever occurred':
the medical attendant was lax, the fact that it
was scarlet fever was kept quiet, and the child's
brother continued attending school for several
days. From the same room in the school twrf
otter children, living a half and a quarter mile
awav. and not exposed in any other manner,
became Mck of the disease, both recovering.
From one of these children five others, one in
the same house and four living next door, con
tracted the disease and tvo ol them died. Then
the outbreak ceased. I cannot help thinking
that, bad the first case been promptly reported
and the brother kept from school, the other
cases might not have occurred.
The health authorities should have an intel
ligent understandiugof watersnpplv, sewerage,
disposal of waste material, etc, and should
have sufficient actbority for the sanitary con
trol of the-e departments.
The recommendations of the health officers,
. if based on the prevalence of disease in un
sewered or partially 6ewered districts, as con
clusively shown by the man process previously
detailed, would be of great weight in deter
mining the location, size and drainage area of
sewers. In relation to water supply, it would
be equally w eighty.
A2f INSTANCE CITED.
For example, such a graphic illustration of
the number of cases of typhoid fever in the
triangular space bounded by Ridge avenue,
Allegheny avenue and Rebecca street, and the
number oj resulting deaths, would, when taken
in connection ith the imperlectly sewered
condition of the district and the accumulation
of surface water there, be productive of prompt
action; provided that an intelligent medical
health officer aud an intelligent sanitary engi
neer cooperated in the work. Again, a similar
graphic illustration and statement of the per
centage of preventable sickness in the totally
uurcwt-iuu uiii uisinuL oj. Aiiegnenv, navingan
estimated population of eighteen thousand
(18,000). might be productive of good results.
I would give a detailed description of these
districts and a detailed statement of the cases
of communicable diseases occurring in them if
there was any likelihood of correct figures
being obtainable, but such a statement is im
possible. Lastly, 1 would suggest consideration of a
matter seldom taken into account by health
boards, and of material interest to the mass of
our people. That is a regulation of house
building as to ventilation.
ANOTHER FEVER SCARE.
About 25 Cases in Upper AlleclipnyFhysl
clans DoNot Think There Is Danger of an
Epidemic-. Five In One Family.
Another typhoid fever scare, which has
itself almost become an epidemic, has
broken out in the upper portion of Alle
gheny. Altogether there are about 25
cases, five of which are in one family,
now being treated by upper Uorthside
physicians. The latter think the fever has
been caused by bad spring water, and have
advised the people to discontinue its use.
Although none of the cases are what may be
called dangerous, some of the people are in
a very low condition.
Dr. Phillips, of Chestnut street, has
charge of 15 cases. The majority of them
are on East Ohio and Howard streets. In
speakinir of the matter last night, Dr.
While there is considerable typhoid fever
among the people In this end of town, I do not
apprehend any real danger from them. I at
tribute the sickness to bad spring water. On
Moward street, where everybody drinks spring
water, the disease is most prevalent. There is
another spring on East Ohio street,where there
are quite a number of people sick.
I have told my patients that
tbey mnst stop using tho water,
and since the advice was given there has been
a slight falling otf in the number of cases.
Many people imagine that it is safer to drink
water from a cool spring than the stuff from
the Allegheny river. While 1 do not use the
river water myself, it is much safer than the
water from city springs, into which flow the
drainings from outhouses, etc I understand
that the disease is also very prevalent at the
bead of Arch street.
Dr. Terree, of the same street, said:
I do not fear an epidemic, although there Is
considerable sickness here. The reports of the
Board of Health for last week showed but five
deaths from this cause. I know of five cases in
one family within a short distance of my office
There is one case upon Ohio street and another
across the street -Irom here. At this time of
year there is always considerable fever, but
this summer there is a little more than usual.
Dr. Shaner said:
I am attendingjseveral malarial patients, but
no typhoid fever. I understand there are a
number of cases of the latter in this part of the
city, but do not think there is any dancer of an
epidemic In my district, which Includes the
Third, Seventh and Eighth wards, 1 have not a
single case. Dr. Easton told me that he has
not had any cases either.
Dr. Euwer also has a number of mild
cases, but considers noneof them dangerous,
Alt ot them are attributable to bad water
aud defective drainage.
THE OIiDESr OP PASTORS,
Itcv. Joseph Coninton, D.D., Accd 97 Years.
Sleets Willi nn Accident.
Inquiry at the residence of Bev. Joseph
Compton, D.D., rector of St Paul's P. E.
Church, developed the fact that the vener
able clergyman is not as seriously ill as was
supposed. Some days since he had a slight
fall, which injured his knee and head
slightly; but at the advanced age of 97
years any injury, no matter how trifling,
assumes a serious complexion. He is rest
ing easily, and although visitors are not
allowed to see him, there are no fears of
Dr. Compton is one of the oldest clergy
men in active duty in the United States,
certainly the oldest in the Episcopal de
nomination, and will shortly complete bis
fifty-eighth year of active service. He has
been uninterruptedly rector ot St. Paul's
Church for 26 years. His voice is firm and
distinct, and his energetic declamation oi
the gospel might be profitably imitated by
much younger men.
There wll be tio services in St. Paul's
Church until the first Sunday in December.
The rector of Trinity P. E. Church, Kev.
Samuel Maxwell, announced last Sunday
evening that the vestry ot the church had
also determined to close that edifice during
August lor repairs. St, Peter's, however,
will maintain morning services during
A SERIOUS CHARGE.
James L. Orr, ibe Ucal Estate Agent, is
Undr a Cloud.
James L. Orr, the real estate agent, who
was charged beiore Alderman O'Donnell,
with criminal assault upon Miss May
Kelley, appeared beiore Judge Collier yes
terday afternoon. Orr bad been committed
to jail without bail for court, the Alderman
retusing to take bail on such a charge.
After hearing a statement of the case the
Judge fixed the bail at 53,500. Mrs. L. T.
Orr, mother of the prisoner, became security
and he was released.
At the hearing before the Alderman it
was stated by witnesses that May Kelley,
who is 16 years old, entered Orr's employ
ment as a copying clerk a couple of weeks
ago. Last Thursday the other clerk, Minnie
Ganner, sat in the office with Miss Kelley
at noon. As they were eating lunch, Mr. Orr
came in and toll Miss Ganuer to go on an
errand to East Liberty, which she did after
finishing her lunch. After she had gone
it is alleged that Orr called Miss Kelley to
the back office, and'aTterctrringttie doors
committed the assault. The girl resisted-
Dutner screams ana struggles were of no
avail. Miss Ganner discovered her friend's
condition when she returned and assisted
her home. Miss Kelley's home is on Lib
erty street near Seventeenth street, Orr is
a married man, and well-known.
NATURAL GAS RATES RISE.
The People In Jlulihlo Are Pnylna 25 Cents
Per 1,000 Cnblc Ferl.
There may be some satisfaction to the people
of Pittsburg and Allegheny In the fact that
they are not the only ones who have to fight
natural gas companies for charging exces
sive rates for the great fuel. Mr. Alexan
der McKay, general agent of the Fuel Gas
and Electric Engineering Company, has
just returned from Buffalo, and says:
The Buffalo Natural Gas and Fuel Gas Com
pany has just raised the price of fuel from 20 to
25 cents per 1,000 cubic lcet net. The rompuiy
claims it cannot supply the gas cheaper, and
the consequence is that only those who can af
ford to pay snch an exorbitant price for a lux
ury use the gas. The Buffalo Company is con
trolled by the Standard Oil Company. They
get their fuel from the Wilcox district. North
ern Pennsylvania. The gas is piped to Buffalo
in one 8-lncb line, a distance of 94 miles.
I Mew of this I think we are well favored in
this community. The Philadelphia Company
charge 10 cents per 1.000 feet. The people in
Buffalo, of course, are making strenuons ob
jections; but they will not gain anything by
that. The company say the people can go back
to coal if tbey don't want to pay the price.
A TERRIBLE THREAT.
Annie Evans Says David. Hill Promised to
Cut Her Heart Oat.
"I will cut your black heart out, and
hang it to dry on this bridge, in the same
way I did my uncle's, three years ago!" is
the threat which Annie Evans, colored, al
leges was made to her by David Hill, a big,
brawny negro, who obstructed her way on
Twenty-eighth street bridge Sunday night.
She complains before Alderman O'Donnell,
for surety of the peace as regards Hill, who,
as she alleges, kept her in terror on the
bridge for an hour. A warrant is out.
CHARGE OP THE LIGHT BRIGADE.
The Gallant 500 Swoop Down on a Newsies'
l'icnic and Feast.
r. The Press newsboys' picnic yesterday at
"White Hall was a success and every newsy
enjoyed himself thoroughly. Football, base
ball and amateur boxing made things lively,
while the inner boy was thoroughly satis
fied by a plentiful dinner about 11:50 A. M.
The fun closed at 4:30 r. 21., and the home
train was boarded by the 500 little news
boys, all as noisy and as merry as only the
newsboys' lraternity can be.
A New Gnu Well.
The Wheeling Natural Gas Company has
struck gas on the Anderson Colvill farm in
the Taylorstown field. The pressure has
not yet been tested; but the noisy flow of
gas indicates the well is better than any
lately drilled in that field.
REAL ESTATE SATIKGS BANK. LIBL,
401 .Smlthfield Street, cor. Fourth Avenue.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $45,000.
Deposits of $1 and upward received and
interest allowed at 4 per cent. tts
To introduce our finecrayon work. 100 25x
30 life-size crayons will be given away bv
Hendricks & Co., No. 68 Federal St., Alle
gheny, beginning August 1, to the holders
ot their family tickets. This is your chance
for a portrait,
TJse "Una" flour finest spring patent in
the world. "Gotden Wedding" the best of
bread flours. "Duquesne" has no equal as
a pastry flour. Homing's "Ivory," gem of
all family flours.
TnE favorite for restoring life and color to
the hair is Parker's Hair Balsam.
Parker's Ginger Tunic the best couch cure.
ON A HIGH PLATFORM
Prohibitionists of Allegheny County
Kesolve on Principles,
RECOGNIZING DIVINITY IN POLITICS
ITigh License Said to oe Bolstered fcj the
Idea of Bribery.
DELEGATES TO A STATE CONYEXTIOX
The Allegheny county Prohibition party's
75 delegates convened at Grant street and
First avenue yesterday to nominate State
delegates to the Harrisburg convention of
August 28. T. M. Hershberger, Temporary
Chairman, yielded the chair to W. M.
Price, Esq., permanently, and Mrs. A. M.
Bryce was Temporary Secretary. Creden
tials of 46 regular delegates and 11 alter
nates were received, and J. D. Simmons, of
Braddock, and Dr. Biggs, of MeKeesport,
became permanent secretaries.
In the afternoon the new Executive Com
mittee was announced as follows:
J. J. Foster, K. T. Mead, D. F. McGilL J. W.
Vickman, Leo Reed, Peter Casey, J. B. Mc
Mahon. T. R. Hershberger, W. T. Dunn, Mrs.
A F. Bryce, L. S. Jack, William M. Price. J.
M. Neviu. I). H. Marten, J. C. Lewis, George
Irwin and J. ft. Johnston.
THE STATE DELEGATES.
The following were chosen delegates to
the State Convention:
First district, T. H. Rabe. J. W. Vickerman,
Mrs. Snead, J. J. Porter and Henry Wilson.
Second district, J. A. McConnell, Rev. J. M.
Fulton, Rev. D. F. McGill, D. Swoger, John F.
Finley, D. H. Burnell, Rev. A M. Hills. Miss
Minnie Craft and Mrs. Jane Wilson. Third
district. Rev. J. T. McCrory, C. R. Mair, W. B.
Brickeli, P. Casey. J. D. Grubbs. Fourth dis
trict. Jonah Boughton, George Sands and
James Fellows. Fifth district, T. P. Hersh.
berger, W. R. Zeiglcr. W. T. Dunn, A F.
Brjce, Q. H. Garber, George Finley, Thomas
A Davis, G. B. Johnston, J. W. Houston, L. 8.
Jack, G. H. Connick, Robert Glass, Mrs. R. H.
Jones, Mrs. A. Matchett. J. G. Beam and Alex.
Allen. Sixth district, May Newlon, W. M.
Price, James Dickson, Mrs. J. K. Vankirk, J.
M. Nevin, Rev. T. B. Atchison, T. B. Turney,
James Martin. Seventh district, David Reel,
D. H. Martin, George Irwin, J. C. Lewis, Will
lam Fisher and Mrs. D. H. Martin. Eighth
district, H. L. Castle, W. W. Grier, J. R.
Johnston, AVilliam Yost and Rev. M. M. Swee
ney. The Committee on Resolutions reported
the following, which were adopted, alter
which there was nothing but adjournment:
Resolved, That the Prohibitionists of Alle
gheny county, in convention assembled, recog
nize tho Lord Jesus Christ as the rightful
Sovereign of onr State and Nation, in con
formity with whose most holy character and
will all our laws ought to be made; that we are
in favor of a more conscientious and scriptural
observance of the Sabbath, as absolutely essen
tial to the welfare of society and the preserva
tion of the State.
Resolved, That we are unalterably opposed
to any possible plan of licensing the liquor
traffic, as being vicious in principle and power
less as a remedy. It makes the State an
abettor and accomplice of all the crimes of the
liquor traffic, and a partner in its guilt. The
high license system debauches public con
science, bribes the taxpayers and furnishes the
worst opposition to the cause of prohibition,
thus prolonging the saloon evil.
Resolved. That we reaffirm our belief in pro
hibition as the only remedy for the evils con
nected with the liquor traffic, and that the
shameful opposition of the old party politicians
and paperx in the recent non-partisan conflicts
has again most emphatically shown that to ac
complish a great political revolution, such as
the abolition of the liquor traffic, non-partisan
movements are uncertain and deceptive and a
political machinery is absolutely necessary.
Resolved, That immigration should be restrict
ed and that immigrants should be required to
reside 21 years inthjcgn.uttS.fcsIOTg befng
grantod'TBellgllt ofsuflrage; that the right ot
.Safiragi should be restricted to persons able to
read, without regard to sex.
Resolved, That in the conflict between labor
and capital, the most potent ally of oppression
is the saloon, and that its abolition is the first
step to the solution of the problem.
Best amber flour, per'sack $1 25
Famous, best family 1 00
Yancleel, finest patent 1 45
7 lbs good young hyson tea for 1 00
6 lbs good Japan tea for 1 00
7 lbs good English breakfast tea for. 1 00
7 lbs good mixed for 1 00
3 lbs bucket lard Tor 25c
3)4 lbs loose lard for 25c
9 lbs large lump starch 25c
30 lbs bucket jelly $1 00
5 lbs cornstarch 25c
5 boxes sardines 25c
4 lbs tapioca 25c
7 lbs rolled oats 25c
7J lbs Schuomacher's oatmeal 25c
2 doz. parlor matches (200's) 25c
2 lbs canned beef, 17c, or 3 cans for.. 50c
2 lb can American baking powder. . 20c
More sugar for 51 than any other house in
the city. Cut this coupon out and send
with order, or bring with you. AH orders
accompanied with cash "or P. O. money
order will receive prompt attention. Freight
paid on 10 worth and upward. Send lor
circular. Joseph JIcKee,
36 Ohio street, Allegheny, Pa.
XXX, 1855, Pure Eye "Whisky, full
quarts $2 00
18G0, McKim's Pure Jiye "Whisky,
full quarts ... 3 00
Monogram, Pure Rye "Whisky, full
quarts 1 75
Extra Old Cabinet, Pure Rye "Whisky,
lull quarts 1 50
Gibson's, 1879, Pure Eye "Whisky, full
Gibson's Pure Eye "Whisky, full
Guckenheiruer Pure Eye Whisky, full
quarts 1 00
GuckenheiihcrExport.Pure Eye "Whis
ky, full quarts 1 50
Moss Export, Pure Eye "Whisky, lull
quarts..! 1 25
1879 Export, Pure Eye Whisky, full
quarts .'. 1 25
1880 Export, Pure Eye Whisky, fall
quarts , 1 00
Por sale by G. W. Schmidt,, Nos. 95 and
97 Fifth ave.
New Trnln Arrnnsements.
The Bedford Springs Hotel Company beg
to notify the public that commencing to-day,
and during the season, the train on the Penn
sylvania Eailroad leaving Union station at
1 o'clock makes direct connection via Hunt
ingdon for Bedford Springs on any day ex
Excursion to Atlantic City
Via the Baltimore and Ohio Eailroad, next
Thursday, August 1. Eate, 510 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
9-20 P. M.
Iron City Deer
Is pronounced by competent judges to be
unexcelled for purity, excellent flavor and
wholesomeness. Take no other. To be had
at all first-class bars, or direct from the
makers. Fratjenheim & Vilsack.
I.n dies' Salt Parlors.
India silk suits.
Traveling suits altered to fit on snort
notice. Parcels & Jones,
Tuwp 29 Fifth ave.
1828 Imperial Oporto Port, full quarts.$3 00
1869 Mackenzie Port, lull quart 2 50
Fine Old White Port, full quarts 2 00
London Dock Port, full quarts 2 00
Burgundy Port, full quarts 160
Fine Old Spanish Fort, full quarts.... 1 00
For sale by G. V. Schmidt, 95 and 97
S3-Display advertisements one dollar per
sguare or one insertion, Classifiedladtertise
ments on this page such as Wanted", ForJSale,
To Let, rtc, ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken for less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For tha accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transientadvertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion nest morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts wltuTusDlS
THOSi AS M CCAFFItEY. 359 Butler street.
EMIL G. STUCKEY. 24th street and Penn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY A CO., Wylie ave. and Kultoast
N. bTOKELY. I'lfth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, 6121 l'enn avenue.
MCALLISTEK A SHEHiLZI.'.Sthav. & At wood St.
JACOB SPOnN. No. S Carson street.,
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carson street.,.
A. 3. KAEKCHElt, S9 Federal street.
II. J. McBUIDE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FKED H. EGGEUS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEHS A SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets!
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PERKY M. GLEIM. lielieccaand Allegheny aves.
WANTED-S RIG BUILDERS AT MOUNT
Morris, Green CO., Pa. THOMAS Mo
WANTED-DRUGOLERK, WITH ONE OR
two years' experience. Inquire at 147
WYLIE AVE. jy30-79
-TTJ-A.NTED-A GOOD BARBER:
a steady man needanDlv to 209 FEDERAL
ST., Allegheny. Jy30-77
WANTEU-PAPEU CARRIERS TO CALL AT
ROOM -H Eisner Building and secure routes
for weekly paper. JygM3
-w-w-F- A WTPn IIIMPIIT 1TPI.Y A
W barber;steadywork. Apply C. WENZEL,
2911 Carson St., S. S.
WANTKD-TWO GOOD DAIRY HANDS;
must be good milkers. Inquire at 318 LIU
ERTYbT., Pittsburg. ly30-
WANTED A TRAVELING SALESMAN IS
open for engagement: A No. 1 rijlerences,
etc. L. H. O., Dispatch office. i 130-35
-TVTANTEO-A FIRST-CLASS BARBER. 1M
VV MEDIATELY, good waxes, at GEORGE
FLAUS', 612 Market St.. MeKeesport, Pa. Jy3U-66
WANTED-AN UPHOLSTERER: ONE WITH
knowledge of mattress making. Apply at
once to UAUUH KEEN AN, 33 and H Water st.
-VTTANTED-BRIGHT, STRONG BOY FOR
VV offlcework. Apply from 8 to 10 A. M.,Tues
day, P. J. FLEMING CO.,77 Diamond St.. third
WANTED-COPY HOLDER FOR MORNING
dallv; must read bad MhS. correctly and
with ease. " Address MANAGER,- P. O. box 182
-TTTA.NTEU-GOOD MEN ARE MAKING Slot
VV per month handling our goods. Address
SHERMAN, TANGKNUKRG & CO., 160 W. Like
St., Chicago. JySS-lS-D
-TTTANTED-YOUNG MAN WHO HAS SOME
V V experience in hotel: must come well recom
mended. Answer in own handwriting ST.. Dis
patch office. JV33-71
-nrr ANTED GOOD CO
,ORED MALE COOK
VV to go to Johnstown. Apply to II. B. SIC-
CURDY, Room 254 beventh Avenue Hotel. Tues
day at 9 o'clock. Jysi-i-i
WANTED-GOOD MAN IN EVERY TOWN:
salary paid weetW: write for particulars.
SHERMAN, TANGENBERG CO., 160 West
Lake St., Chicago. ly 30-31
WANTED-MALE STENOGRAPHER AND
typewriter. Address, stating age, ex
Eerience. reference and salary expected, EAST
;ND, Dlspateh office. Jy30-34
WANTED EXPERIENCED STENOGRA
PHER to form partershlp for general
shorthand work; must be temperate aud practical.
Address J. A. 8., Dispatch office. Jy23-16
ANTED-COACHMAN"TO TAKE CHARGE
of three horses and cow; must come well
recommended: none other need apply. W. H.
WALKER, 45 Third St., Allegheny. JySO-37
-fTTANTED-STENOGRAPHER AND TYPE
VV WRITER: ayounzman ol experience. Ad
dress, giving references, experience and salary,
CASlHSSrSeggi. I'ltt8tnrgf ostonice. Jy30-72
ANTED-A COMPETENT ADVERTISING
solicitor: to the right man a good opportu
nity Is presented. AfiPly to P. S. LOVERIDGE,
62 Fourth ave., BecondiHoor, between 1 and 2 P. M.
-TTTANTED- FIRsi'-ClAS3 PRESCRIPTION
VV glass blowers immediately: will pay 10 per
cent more than union I19'! steady Job: fare paid to
Chicago. Telegraph CHICAGO GLAE3 MFG.
CO., Chicago. I Jy27-93-P
WA NTKD-TO MEFr 1
ING an extensive
reputable business mrn, bookkeepers, clerks,
etc.: business strictly prst class. Address M. A.
K., Dispatch office. Jy30-46
WANTED-AOENTdCALL AND SEE ITfE
Electric Wall Paper Cleaner; cleans wall
paper like new; quick seer: anyone can earn S3
to S per day; call car?. F. A. CONKLIN,
Seventh Avenue Hotel.
nowder and nnre enu'es: sifts with goods:
coke workers, miners or millP1-"0 can makemoney
in their spare time. YAMAiiUDtO TEA CO., M
Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa. Ja2C-S6-TTS
WANTED-YOUNG MAN! AS HELPER. TO
go to Colorado. Idaho add California, with
goods: must have 8100 to S2U) caf n ana good record:
salary fiO a month and all expenses; state age.
ELSWORTH, Dispatch office. J.V30-5I
W ANTED-A YOUNG MAN WHO CAN
come well recommended if fake charge of
horse and cow and make wlniseir generally
useful about the place. InoP' of WM. J.
FRIDAY. 633Smlthfleld St., l'g.Pa. Jy33-32
WANTED-GENTLEMEN WlIO DEJIRE TO
correspond wltn ladles fjf fun, improve
ment or matrimony to send
dress and 2-cent
stamp to the AMERICAN CO
CLUB, Box 613, Clarksburg, W.
W ANTED-A ROLLING MILL BRICK
LAYER at once, to take chirge of the work
of a mill, must be a pushing. Trusty man aud
have had some experience with rrgeneratlve lur
naces. Address J. D. M Dlspatd" office.
ANTED-BAD WRITERS JAT SMART'S
Eclectic Shorthand and Business College. 4
Sixth street. Pittsburg.
In a few lessons, lnstr
instruction thorougn ann pn-
. -" : ". . - . - .
vate for both sexes. College ODen Pay and even
ing tnrougn summer. nyiiKto-TTSsu
WANTED-SALESMEN-WE WllsH VEVr
men to sell our goods by sample to the
wholesale and retail trade: on salary; largest
manuxaciurers in ouriine; inclose 2c samp: wages
S3 per day; permanent poBition; luonf J advanced
lor wages, advertising, etc. CEEfTENNIAL
M'F'G. CO.. Cincinnati. O. 1.C9-1-TTSSU
yrrxnTEV man-to take agency of
VV our safes: size 28x18x18 Inches; fvelght 500
lbs. : retail price fii; othersizesln propop'011 rare
chance to create permanent business at home:
these safes meet demand never before sPPPHcd by
otner sale companies, as we are not gdvernea oy
the sare pool, alpine SAFE CO., Cincinnati, v.
i t one who can speax English ani
preferred; salary 75. Business houses
with bookkeepers and office clerks or
permanently ana temporarily: contract' "lallB "
keeping books monthly or yearly: compl Icated ac
counts adjusted: books opened and c losed and
new systems Introduced. W.
accountant, 163 Filth avenue.
TTTANTED-AGENTS TO HANIlltE THE
now oatent chemical Ink Km.inV Pencil
lVA..ao. .. A.m1 ... .. .. . .T.a lnlr fr
w'wiw uv.cn cicr pruuueeu. jLrai
two seconds, no aorasion or paper, 200
cent profit. One agent's sales am
trao 00 in six days: another (32.00 In t
xerniory aosoiuiciy iree. balary to
No ladles need answer. Samnlp 35
terms and full particulars adrirefis thn 1
turers, J. " . SKINNER & CO., Onalasi
TTTANTED FIRST-CLASS WOMJ
T T ior small notei. Address Bit
TTTANTED-1MMEDIATELY. A 1
VV for restaurant, at JOSEPH ril
cor. Rebecca st. and Allegheny ave?
TTTANTED FEED GIRL -
W ENCED feeder for printing
steady situation for c mpetent liancl
press rrom or A. A. ANDERsO
v v to clerk at confectionery
stands of BAKER A SON at the Ex
brlnggood reference; call at the
lug this week.
Dlale nnd l'emale Hd
VV take charge of.new agencll
I'ennsyivania ana aoumern unio.
Room z, loss penn ave.
-TTTANTED-A MAN 8ERVAW FOR GEN-
TV TJ.EUAN'S ramlly, coaclwan, man to
drive and make himself useful, JWaborers, farm
hands, cooks, chambermaids, houTe girls, pantry
and kitchen girls, 4 dining room iris, nurse girl,
seamstress. ilEEHAN'S, SUGrffat st. Jy29-D
TTTANTED - E3 WEEKLY-REPRESENTA-
VV TIVE. male or female. In fery community;
goods staple: household nccessltl : sell at sight; no
peddling; salary paid promptly Jaml expenses ad
vanced. Full particulars and! valuable sample
case free: wemeanjml what wis say. Address at
once STANDARD 8LLVEKWJyiE CO., Boston.
TTrANTED - SITUATION BY TAILOR AS
V vest or pants maker; steady; exceptional
reference. Address S. T 28Harcums alley,
WANTED-SITUVTION BY WHITESMITH
aud general litter, steady: 10 years' refer
ence: experienced In all Its branches. Address B.
T., 2838 Harcums alley, Soothslde. Jy30-ff
WANTED POSITION WITH PRIVATE
family, bv a young man (German): general
garuencr ana nonsi: cai
est of references given,
fn talA i.are of horses:
TTTANTED-SITUATION BY A PRACTICAL.
T V gardener; understands his business in all Its
branches; thirty years' experience: married; no
children; reference. Address LUDW1CK C.
KIXCHER, H Federal St., AUegheny City.
WANTED--POS1TION BY A YOUNG MAN
as assistant bookkeeper or office work in
general; a good penman aud accurate at figures:
can give reference as to character and trust
worthiness. Address W. W. M., Box 268, Wil
kinson rg. Pa. JT30-80
WANTED-SITUATION BY A YOUNG MAN
(28) ofconslderable commercial knowledge
as salesman (In or out), manager, or any position
of responsibility; traveled through N. Zealand,
Australia and England; salary moderate. B. L.,
Dispatch office. Jy30-38
Booms. Houses. Etc.
TTTANTED-TO RENT A SMALL HOUSE OF
VV 4 or 6 rooms, in a good neighborhood, with
bojh gases and bathroom: no children. Apply to
or address W. P., Room 607 Hamilton Building,
Fifth avenue. Jy3U-7S
TTXANTED-MORTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
V In sums to suit at 4, 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
WANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over 84,000; 4i per cent: no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER & CO., 2 Fourth avenue.
TTTANTED RENTS TO COLLKCT AND
V V bouses to rent In all parts or both cities and
suburbs: established 1863. W. A. 1K.RRON &
bONS, 80 Fourth ave. Jy3-8-27,S0
MORTGAGES WE HAVE A
large amount of money to loan at o per cent
on inipnn ed city property.
A. ilciLiiim en
ouao, su founn ave.
In large and small amounts at 4H. 5 and 6
per cent, irce oi state tax; no aeiay.
L'OYLE A CO.. 131 Fourth ave.
TT7"ANTED-TO LOAN SiOO.000. IN AMOUNTS
V V or fi, OCo and upward, on city and suburhan
property, on i)i per cent. Iree oi tax: also smaller
amounts at Sands per cent BLACK & BAIRD,
95 Fourth avenue. se21-dJG-D
WANTKD-TO LOAN t200,0CO ON MORT
GAGES: J100 and upward at 6 per cent;
300,000 at 4H per cent on residences or business
uruneriy; also in aajainiug vuuuura, a. xx.
WANTED MORTGAGES JLO0O,0C0TO LOAN
on city and suburban properties at AH, Sand
6 per cent, and on larms in Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 6 per cent.
M. PEN nock: &
dua, juj rourcn avenue,
WANTED-ENGL1SH OR AMERICAN CAP
ITAL desiring profitable Investment in rail
way securities and co.il lands may find something
to their advantage bv addressing!'. A. B.. care
or No. 66 Sixth ave., Pittsburg, Pa., during next
10 days. Jy29-7
TTTANTED-TO BUY blXOND-HAND
VV chest or refrigerator,
Address ST., DIs-
WANTED TO KNOWTHEWUKREABOUTS
of E. D. Withrow. Address ;0. E. MUR
REY, Manchester, N. H. Jy30-S3
TTTANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
VV dozen (13) of Stewart .t Co. 's fine cabinet
photos forth at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
WANTED-LADIES TO KNOWHAUGH
Kecnan repair, reanlsh or npholster old
furniture promptly and In the best possible man
ner. 33 AND 34 WATER ST. 'Phone 1626. my9-82
WANTED-TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one In the club at 81 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX 601, and I will call and snow you the watch.
TTTANTED BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
V TOORAPHER, 96 Fifth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he Is making line cabinets at SI 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised; Instan
taneous Drocess. mbl3-63
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
East End Residences.
FOR SALE AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. TO-DAT.
adjourned Orphans' Court sale; estate of
Martha Newell, cor. Forbes st. and Shady lane.
W. A. HERRON & SONS, Agts. Jy30-W
FOR SALE-ADJOURNED ORPHANS' COURT
sale on the premises, corner Forbes st. and
bhadv lane. Tweutv-second ward, to-day. at JO
o'clock A. M. W. A. HERRON 4 SONS, Agts.
FOR SAL.E ON THE PREMISES, TO-DAY.
elegant road house and 6 acres ol ground, cor.
Forbes st. and Shady lane. Twenty-second ward,
adjourned Orphans' Court sale, at 10 o'clock a. m.
W. A. HERKON & SONS. Jy30-59
TTIOR SALE-ON A GOOD STREET IN EAST
A. Liberty, a new frame house, just completed.
of 11 rooms and reception hall, front and back
porches; lot 5UX171 to on allev: only S7.500; terms
easy. 1HOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave.
FOESALE-iIO.500 F1FTHAVE.. OAKLAND.
substantial 2-story mansard 10 room brick
dwelling witu an mouern conveuieuces; ioixij.
loan aney; very easy terms; a Dargain;
slrable location; soado trees.
BLACK & CO., s r ourm ave.
FOKSALE-BEN VENUEPLACE, P. R. P... A
new frame dwelling of 6 rooms; range, bath,
h. and c. water, inside w. c; all modern conve
niences; SXOcash, balance f 10 per month. Call at
office and get full particulars of this real bargain.
BLACK BAIRD, 93 Fourth ave. 3-A Jy2s-42
-7ORSALE-A PRETTY. NEW QUEEN ANNE
a.' nousc in ine jutst jim ui v ruums, reception
bath, laundry. comDlete In ail rc-
snects: close to P. R. K.: elegant lotSOxlGO: paved
street and well sewered: Sl.lOO down, balance on
time. BLACK BAIRD, 93 Fourth ave.
I7OK SALE-AT A BARGAIN-ON ONE OF
; the finest avenues In Shadyslde: three min
utes from Shadyslde station nnd seven minutes
from cable cars: a complete modern Queen Anne
brick residence or 11 rooms and reception hall,
J torches, etc.: large stable and carriage house; lot
0x213; easy terms: owner's reasons for selling,
leaving the city. REED B. COYLE & CO.. 131
Fourth aye. Jy30-73
X. honsfs cannot find a more desirable situation
than Oakland square: the greater number or the
durably built, handsomely finished new dwellings
erected there have been sold within the past slxtv
days; asphalt pavements, natural and 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, f0,300and 6,700, on easy terms.
Apply to C. H. CHAN CE, on the premises.
a three-story brlcx dwelling or 9 rooms and
bathroom, hall, vestibule, front and rear porches.
Inside shutters, fine slate mantels and tllehearths,
natural aud artificial gas, fine chandeliers, bath
with h. ana c. water, marble-top washstand and
inside' w. c. ; laundry, with stationary tubs. In
basement; large, dry cellar; this is a choice resi
dence, and is a new design of a modern residence;
lot 22x141, to Ward street. REED B. COYLE Jt
CO., No. 131 Fourth avenue. Jy30-73
FOR SALE-HOUSE AND LOT-249 JUNIATA
St., Allegheny at Orphans' Court sale, Tues
day, July 30, 3 o'clock; lot 27x67; two-story dwell
ing and store; terms cash. A. LEGGATE SON,
37OR SALE MANHATTAN ST.. NEAR RE
J 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 S2.OO0; easy terms; this Is a bargain.
BLACK & BALRD, 93 Fourth ave. 2-B-122.
FOR SALE LOTS.
East End Lorv
FOR SALE-11,400 WILL BUY TWO VERY
line lots on larv er street. 20 and 22x100 reet to
20-ft. alley: sewer paid. Apply to F. O. VAN
GORDER, 6014 Penn avenue. East End. Je27-67-TTS
FOR SALE-ON LINE OFTHENEW CABLE
loop In Oakland, a choice piece or ground,
fronting on two streets, suitable for dividing Into
lots. REED B. COYLE A CO., 131 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL LEVEL LOTS IN
one of the most desirable locations in the
East End; convenient to both cable roads. P. K.
R. and other city conveniences: reasonably low
prices and terms to suit. BLACK BAIRD. 95
Fourth ave. Jyl3-20-U,16,18,20,22,24,2S,30
FOR SALE-ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 6. AT 2
o'clock r. M., on the premises, at auction.
Nos. 18 and 19 Anchor Bank plan. Ardary prop
erty, on Rebecca street. Twentieth ward; handy
to residences or SlaJ. A. M. Brown, C. S. Gray, S.
P. Conner, I. Ross Merrill and others. A. J.
PENTECOST, 413 Grant street. jy27-34-TTS
FOR SALE-LOTS, WHICH ARE ON WIDE
streets, graded, curbed, sewered, piped, and
have sawed stone sidewalks, centrally located, in
an exceptionally good neighborhood; may be had
on easy terms by buying In the "Baum Grove
plan." MELLON BROS., East End, or JOHN
y. BAXTER, Agent. 512 Smlthfield street.
FOR SALE LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues sod Lombard street. Allegheny, in
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH McNAUUHER, 43 N. Diamond st.
FOR SALE-CHEAP, YET DESIRABLE AL
LEGHENY building lots, as low ast3S0, on
easy payments; call or send for plans. W. A.
HERRON .&80NS, 80 Fourth ave.
J e30-70-3, 6, 9, 13, 16, 20, 23, 27, 30
, Suburban Lots..
T710R SALE-BEAUTIFUL BUILDING SITE
JPl atEdgewood, p. R. R., 100x200 feet: level and
wlthlu 3 minutes' walk from station: reasonable
"price and easy terms. BLACK A. BAIRD. 95
Fourth ave. 3-A. Jy2S-4l-D
FOtt SAIE T.OTK
FOB SALE-FAEMI01 ACRES-GOODIIOUSE,
barn and other outbuildings, large orchard,
abundance or water, well suited for stock, grain
or gardening: best farm In Allegheny county for
SJ.500cash. TED. WITTISH. 410 Brant St.. Pitts
burg, Pa. Jy25-D
I7IOR SALE AT CORAOPOLIS-A GOOD
farm or 75 acres, within ten mtuutes or the
station: good soil, well watered, and very desira
ble in every respect; this is positively the cheap
est property on the market. THOS. LIGGETT,
114 Fourth ave. Jv2S-26-ttssu
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
I 710R SALE-FURNITURE, FIXTURES AND
' lease or small hotel doing a big business and
small expenses. Address SHEPAKD, Dispatch
FOR SALE-THE LEASEHOLD LIVERY
stable. No. IW Second avenue. Pittsburg,
new buildings, 16 stalls, elevator, etc.; good stand,
near B. & O. depot. Apply to. A. V. D. WAT
TERSON, 144 Fourth ave. J J30-5S
I7IOR SALE "IRON ON THE JUMP: BRILL-
1ANT prospects Tor trade," so every one
says: do you heed "the signs of the times'' ' loo
grocery, drygoods, china and notion stores: finest,
largest and most profitable bakery. Ice cream and
confectionery business in the two cities: leed
store, cigar stores, milk depots: confectioneries,
all sizes and prices: fine restaurantand dining
rooms, printing office liver)' stable, shoe stores,
bakeries, extensive bottling works. Free particu
lars. SHEPARD A CO., 54 Fifth ave. Jy27
OK SALE-INTEREST IN A VALUABLE
railroad annllance The undersigned wishes
to dispose of a portion or his interest la a valu
able appliance for railroads, which, from its
merits, will In a short time come Into general
use: it has been tried and gives full satlslactlon,
and Is covered by letters patent in all the prin
cipal railroad countries; will sell reasonable for
f:ood reasons: a stock company will be formed for
ts manufacture, and the owners of the patent
will derive tire advantages incident thereto; only
those having capital to Invest and meaning busi
ness need applv, as 1 will posltivelytake no notice
of idle inquiries: full name and addres3 must
be given, and satisfactory assurances given that
business is meant. Address BONA FIDE, Dis
patch office. Iyl9-59
FOR SALE-ON FIFTH AVE., NEAR THE
market house: corner lot 60x120 to Ann St.: 3
large brick dwellings and large wareroom: rents
2,200; price 827,500. THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Tlorscs. Vehicles. Live Stock, t&c.
FOR SALE-LIVERY STOCK AN D FIXTURES.
In first-class condition and In good place for
livery buslnes: owner wants to quit the business.
M. OCHSENH1RT. Bennett, Pa. Jy30-61-TrP
FORSALE-ONETEAM LARGE MULES AND
one large wagon suitable for heavy hauling.
For price and particulars Inquire or ARM
STRONG. BKO. CO Twenty-fourtn and R. K.
FOR SALE-BAY MARE. 6 YEARS OLD. 15Ji
bands, perfectly sound In every particular;
suitable for lamllyor business purposes; can be
driven by a lady: scare at nothing; reason for
selling want or U6e: mare can be seen. MILLER
BROS. & CO. '3 stables, 1219 Carson street, city.
Machinery and Metals.
FOR SALE NOW ONE SECOND-HAND
tenoning machine, 2 surface planers and 1
Bhaper,and new and second-hand englues. boilers,
lard kettles, tar tanks, bh'men valves, castings,
etc VELTE A MCDONALD, Thirty-second st.
and Penn ave. Jyzl-91-Trs
OR SALE-THE FOLLOWING CHOICE MA
CHINISTS' tools: New One triple geared
lathe, very heavy (our own make): It has 15
changes of speed, will do any kind or work ; swings
54 inches, length or bed 24 lcet. has all the latest
improvements, aew-uneo, a. .uepwortn lame,
very fine tool; one swlng24 Inches, has 23 leet bed;
one swing 24 Inches, has 15 feet bed; two choice
second-hand lathes, as good as new; 26 In. swing,
12 foot bed, made by the N lies Tool Co.. of N lies,
O. : one Pond lathe. In fine order, 24-lnch swing,
12-foot bed. Address HUGHM. BOLE. Pittsburg,
Pa., Duquesucway, opp. new Exposition build
Personal-books: books! books i
New and old. ancient and modern, standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30, 'jtovol
umns to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE,
900 Liberty st. my3-28
PERSONAL WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIFE,
mother or dausrhters.ln reoalrlng and clean
ing your old clothes, when It can be done lor a
trifle by DICKSON, the Tailor, cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood St.. second tluorr Charges moderate;
lacilitles unsurpassed: suits madetoorder; spring
styles now ready, 'telephone 1558. iuh8
LOST-SUNDAY AFTERNOON, NEAR DAL
LAS Station. P. R. It., a black and white
setter dog: a liberal reward will be paid if re
turned to H. H. WESTINGHOUSE, Edgewood,
P. K. R. Jy29-5
T OST--JULY 17. FROM N. Y., L. E A W.
XJ train No. 12, between Youngstown. o., and
Greenville, Pa.t fox terrier dor, white, with black
and tan head, black spot on left side and root of
tall: answers to "Boxer." Finder will please
communicate with WM. F. BUNNELL, Glrard,
P.. and receive liberal reward. Jy25-4I
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED
until 12 o'clock noon, August 1, 18S9, for
boring an Artesian well and furnishing puro
water to the pupils of the First Ward,
Bid to be by the foot, and Include pump
ready for use.
Board reserves the right to reject any or all
bids. Address J. A. GIBSON.
No. 9 Marshall St., Allegheny City, Pa.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at the office of City Controller un
til SATURDAY, the 3d day of August. A. D..
1889, at 2 P. M for the constrnction of an iron
bridge on Wllmot street. Fourteenth ward.
Also, for the constrnction 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 20.000 for bridge
and $1,000 for stairway mnst 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 26 Chief of Dep't of Pnblli; Works.
TT ARRIS' THEATER
WEEK,' JULY 29.
HIS NATURAL LIFE.
Don't fail to see Tener and Gnmbert.
CHICAGO VS. ALLEGHENY.
Train at 3:4a Game at 4 p. M. 5y28-17
PlTTSBtmG. Pa.. Jnlv 27, 1889.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
L reports of viewers on the construction of
At wood and Louisa streets sewer, from Fifth
avenue to Meyran street, and Meyran and
Louisa streets sewer, from Fifth' avenne to
Cunliffe Run sewer, have been approved by
Councils, which action will be final, unless an
appeal is filed in the Court of Common Fleas
within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
NOTICE MY WIFE. MARIE KRAMER,
having left my bed and board without any
provocation whatever, warning is hereby given
to everybody not to trust said Marie Kramer
anything on my account. JOHN KRAMER,
Fair Haven, Baldwin township. jy30-7B rj
ESTATE OF MARGARET J. CROMLISH.
deceased Letters testamentary upon the
above estate having been granted to the
undersigned, all persons Indebted to said estate
will please make payment, and those having
claims against the same present them to
NANCY U. ALKER, Hazelwood avenne, or
her attorney, MARSHALL BROWN. 167
Fourth avenne. ij9-71-Tu
HARRY L. GOEHRING.Atty.100 Diamond St.
ESTATE OF ADOLF 8AUER, DECEASED.
Administrator's notice. Notice is hereby
given that letters of administration on the es
tate of Adolf Sauer, late of the city of Pitts
burg, In the county ot Allegheny and the State
of Pennsylvania, deceased, have been granted
to the undersigned, to whom all persons in
debted to said estate are requested to make
immediate payment, and those having claims
or demands against the same will make tbem
known without delay to F. C. 8AUEK, Admin
istrator, corner Sixth and Liberty street, Pitts
burg, Fa. jyl(5-57-TU
IN THE COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS
of the Peace of Allegheny County.
In re Petition of Jacob Miller, for transfer
of Bottler's license to Jacob Rinn.
No. 1,198, March Term, 1SS9.
Notice is hereby given that the Court has
fixed the 19th day of August, 1SS9, at 10 A. M.,
as the time for hearing the application of
Jacob Miller for, the transfer ot blsBottler'B
License for the house and place of business,
corner of Duquesne (way and Water street.
First ward. Pittsburg, to Jacob Rinn, who
resides at No. 87 Webster avenue, Pittsburg,
at which time all parties in Interest and those
approving fill be beard.
D. K. McGUNNEGLF,
81 AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE,
; . -Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-7-S
TO LET -NEW CONVENIENT S-R0OM
frame house. Second ward, Allegheny, tis:aUo
new three rooms, 19- W. W. MCNEILL A HRO.,
105 Fourth ave. JV2S-53
Offices. Desk Room, ofcc
flTO LET WELL LIG.BTED OFFICE. NEWLY
-L painted: elevator. Janitor service and al
modern conveniences. Apply to GERMAN1A
SAVINGS BANK, 423 Wood street.
Ta LET-PESN BUILDING. PENN AVE.,
near Seventh St.. offices single or en suite,
in this elegant 8-story building: 2 Crane elevators,
heat and Janitor services; rents exceptionally
low: floor plans at our office: we have also de
sirable offices In other good buildings. SAMUEL
W. BLACK A CO SO Fourth ave. Je2D-32-r
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING, 75. 77 and 79 Diamond street, twoorthe
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be rbu nd .n the
city; rent, t200and 300 per annum. Including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam heating.
Apply between 10 A. M. and 1 p. v., or between
2 nnd 4 r. m. JT23-67
VrOTICE-MEMBERS OF PLYMOUTH
iM Council No. 230. Jr. O. U. A. M., are di
rected to assemble at council chamber,
WEDNESDAY. JULY 31,
At 1 r. M., to attend the funeral of onr late
brother. F. H. Collard. Members of sister
councils fraternally invited.
J. M. MILLER. C.
J. A. MILLER. R.S. j30-S5
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
XI partnership heretofore existing between
the undersigned, under the firm name of Noble
Bros., Livery Undertaking, has this day been
dissolved. All debts owing to said firm are to
he received by Benj. L. Noble and all demands
on said firm to be paid by him. Signed
JOHN M. NOBLE,
JULY 26, 1E89. B. L. NOBLE.
HOLY GHOST COLLEG12
Complete preparatory, commercial and
collegiate departments, reopens WEDNES
DAY, SEPTEMBER4; new students examined
Mondas-, September 2. Apply to Rev. John
T. Mukphy, C. S. Sp., President. jyl7-2S
SODTHEM HOME SCHOOL FOR GIRLS,
915 and 917 N. Charles street, Baltimore. '
MRS. W.M.CARY. Established 1811 French
MISS CARY. ( the language of the school.
Notre Dame of Maryland.
Collegiate Institute foryonng ladles and pre
paratory school for little girls, EMBLA P. O.,
three miles from Baltimore, Md.. conducted by
the Sisters of Notre Dame. Send for catalogue.
CHELTENHAM ACADEMY. OGONTZ,
Fa. Unexcelled location and surround
ings. New school equipment. Gymnasium,
military drill, etc. Thorongh preparation for
college or scientific school. For circular, etc
address JNO. CALVIN RICE, A. M., Principal.
mHE MUSICAL INSTITUTE OF BEAVER
JL College. Prof. Oborn, graduate of Berlin,
director, offers unsurpassed advantages for
musical study. Also literary, art ana elocu
tion. Board, popular ratei. Send for circular
to REV. R. T. TAYLOR, Beaver, Pa.
NEW YORK MILITARY ACADEMY,
Cornwall-on-Hndson. Courses of study in
civil engineering, English and classics. Labor
atory, drawing room and field work. Beautiful
buildings, grounds, location. COL. C. J.
WRIGHT, B. S., A. M.. Snpt; BELDEN F.
HYATT. Comd't of Cadets. jeIO-11
KEBLE SCHOOL. SYRACUSE, N. Y.
Boarding School for Girls. Under the su
pervision of the Rt Rev. F. D. Huntington, S.
T. D. The nineteenth school year begins
Wednesday, September 11.18SS. References
Rr. Rev. H.C. Potter, D.D..Y. Rev. Wm. R.
Huntington. D. D., Grace Church, N. Y. City.
Pres. E. N. Potter, D. D., Geneva. N. Y. Hon.
Andrew D. White, Ithaca, N. Y. Apply to
MISS MARY J. JACKSON, Principal.
PITTSBURG ART SCHOOL, ESTAB
LISHED 1ES4, offers advantages of a
thorough Academfc School of Art, combined
with private instruction; each prtpil under
joint direction of George Hetzel (Dnsseldorf
Academy), John W. Beatty (Munich Academy).
Students who cannot attend daily may enter
for limited number of days or week.
For prospectus address
JOHN W. BEATTY,
jy27-68-TUS 413 Wood street, Pittsburci
E1ITT8BURG FEMALE COLLEGE FULL
and special courses of studv in Literature,
nguage. Natural Science, Music, Art and
Elocution. Unsurpassed home comforts and
care. Buildings large; facilities ample. Health
ratio not surpassed anywhere. Location cen
tral; Eighth street, near Penn avenue. Tuition
and boarding very reasonable. Next season
opens September 10. For catalogue and full
information send to
PRESIDENT A. H. NORCROSS, D. D.,
jylO-23-ws Pittsburg. Pa.
Normal. Academic, Commercial. Students
prepared for advanced classes in the best col
leges, for teaching, for business. Young La
dies' Seminary Department. Fall term opens
September 9. 1889. Hon. Tbos. M. Marshall,
President Board of Trustees. Address J.WAR
REN LYTLE, Principal, No. 7 Fourth avenne.
SIXTH STREET, PITTSBURG.
1,477 STUDENTS LAST YEAR.
Classical, Scientific, Ladles' Seminary, Normal.
Musical, Elocutionary, Business College and
Shorthand departments. Send for new cata
logue. Correspondence with yonnc persons de
sirtng a better education respectfully solicited.
JAMES CLARK WILLIAMS, A. it, Pres't.
Pennsylvania Female College.
Situated In a beautiful part, on a commanding
plateau. In the suburbs of Pittsburg, away from
city noise and dust. Unsurpassed for beauty and
healthfulness. .Excellent faculties for study of
jaiurai sciences, Classics ana juamemaiics m
short, every department "well equipped. The
completion of ihlworth Hall, com or 11 nor new
chapel, commodious class rooms and additional
dormitories, has Increased capacity and furnishes
faculties for thorough educational work of the
highest order. Season opens September 11, 1930.
Early application Is desirable- Forcatalojtnesand
further information apply to MISS HK1.EN E.
KELjLETKKAU, President, PittBburjtastEndj,
WOOD MANTELS, CEILINGS
Manufacturers and Importers of Fino Furni
ture, Curtains and Ornaments.
Designs and estimates submitted for complete
TRYMBY. HUNT & CO.,
my and 1:1 Market St.,
Of all kinds of wearing apparel, snch as dresess,
tea gowns and wrappers. Also Turkish, Mad
ras and portier curtains, lambrequins, table
covers, mantel scarfs, tidies and all other tex
tile fabrics dry cleaned at the
SIXTH AVENUE DYE WORKS,
M. MAY SONS & Co.
8 SIXTH AVE.
Goods called for and delivered. jell-TTS
i FTER TWO TRIALS."
FRED BEILSTEIN, of Spring Garden ave.,
was relieved of a large tapeworm by Dr. Bur
goon on July 9. after having treated with two
other physicians for the same
Mr. Beilstein can be seen at tho Allegheny
market, where he has a butcher's stand.
DR. BURGUON treats all curable, diseases.
Over300 testimonials of your neighbors cured
at his office, 47 Ohio St., Allegheny, Pa.
ionsuuauDn iree. lyiz
In great variety and beautiful, new designs.
WILSON. 61 FOURTH AVENUE.
J. A. JACOBS,
SO Fourth avenue,
Jyll-22-TTS Pittsburg. Pa.
Telephone 13M. seo-n60-TT3
JAMES M. FULLERTON,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh Street.
: SATURDAY. AUGUST 3, AT a P. SC,
i DWELLING HOUSES,
A BRICK YARD
OVER 50 BUILDING LOTS,
containing over five acres of ground;
known as the
Will sell as a whole or in Lots to
snit purchasers. This property is
most centrally located, being handy
to all works, steam, street and cable
railroads and all Churches and
For particulars, terms and plan
3509 Butler St.
ORPHAHS' COURT- SALE
MarM tell Estate,
On the premises.
TUESDAY, JULY CO, 1889, AT 10 O'CLOCK
We will offer that desirable property known as
the "Newell Road House," consisting of largo
brick building, finely finished, with every
modern convenience, including large stable,
sheds, etc., with over six acres of ground beau
tifully laid out, and planted with abundance of
fruit aud shade trees. The situation is una
Qualedfora, dwelling. The new electric road
will pass within 200 feet of the property.
It must bo sold to settle the estate.
Information from the agents,
W. A. HERRON & SONS.
80 Fourth Ave.
jy2E-S-T7B W. A. Herron. Adm'r.
ADJOURNED ASSIGNEES' SALE-THE
glassworks at the head of South Four
teenth St., Twenty-eighth ward, Pittsburg, in
cluding 8 building lots, on which the works are)
erected, will be offered for sale, on the premi
ses, at public auction, by the undersigned as
signees of the Farmers and Mechanics' Bank,
of East Birmingham, on THURSDAY, August
L 1S89. at 9 o'clock A. M. The same will bo
offered as a whole, and if not sold then, in such
parcels as will snit purchasers present. Tho
buildings, machinery, steam boiler and other
materials on the said premises will. In tho
latter event, be sold, to be removed from tha
said lots within 30 days from the day of sale.
Terms of sale: 10 per cent of all purchase
money on day of sale, one-third when deed is
delivered, and the balance in two equal annual
payments, with interest payable annually from
date of deed and secured by tight bonds and
mortgage on the premises sold. The balanco
of purchase money on materials and machin
ery within 20 days from day of sale.
J. H. SORG,
H. L BERG. JR..
L. S. CUNNINGHAM,
Assignees of the Farmers and Mech. Bank.
AT AUCTION. TUESDAY MORNING.
July SO. at 10 o'clock, at No. 311 Market
st. Very tine square grand Chickering piano,
cost 500; English rug; parlor snit. cost 250:
Turkish carpet, costSSo; easy chairs, fancy
rockers, handsome solid walnut chamber suit,
cost S225. mahogany and oak chamber furni
ture: mirror door wardrobe, cost 5155: Bmns
wick folding bed, hair and host mattresses,
springs, hand-painted toilet ware, English din
ner set, two very large French plate mirrors,
elegant three-winged bookcase In walnnt,
leather chairs, sideboard, and extension table
in oak, Brussels and ingrain carpets, linoleum,
lamps, clocks, lambrequins, notions, desks,
rugs,' shading. Iron safe, with combination,
lock; refrigerator, fine ball racks, chiffoniers,
cabinets, lounges, etc HENRY AUCTION
CO, LUL. Auctioneers. ' jy28-8S
AUCTION SALE OF THE ENTIRE
stock of new furniture, eta.
At GO Federal street. Alleghenv City.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 31,
At 10 o'clock sharp.
Pine oak and mahogany chamber suits, witb
polished woo-l tops, marble top walnnt chamber,
suit, ingrain carpet, lace curtains, mattresses
and springs, tine hair cloth parlor suit, clocks,
bureaus, dressing case, 20 bedsteads, breakfast
tables, kitchen chairs and tables, children's
rockers, patent seat and upholstered chairs,
fine sideboards, ball rack, etc., etc
These goods have never been in use, and
must positively be disposed of to settle tha
business of owners.
HENRY AUCTION CO..LIM.,
AUCTION SALE 3IANUFACTURING
site River ave., Allegheny, opposite new
Thirteenth street bridge: lot 200x125; between
W. P. R. R. and P. & W. R. R.. with improve
ments, viz: Alarge and substantially built plan
ing mill, two-story brick office bnllding, stable,
etc.; will be sold with or without machinery;
excellent location for manufacturing purpose.
JOHN J. HOWLEY, Real Estate Agent, 127
Fourth ave. jy28-121
West Penn Railroad, only 7 miles from Alle
gheny depot, adjoining SHARPSBURG.
The "Aspinwall Land Company" have subdi
vided a part of the beautiful suburban property
known as the
Into lots of 25 feet. 50 feet and 100 feet frontage,
or by the acre, and are offering them for salo
at prices that will snit the most conservative
Terms very easy, title guaranteed by the "Fi
delity Title and Trust Company." of Pitts
burg. Special Inducements to early purchas
ers. There is a representative always on tba
premises who will show tbe property. Take s
train to Aspinwall station, which is directly oa
the premises, or call on the agents,
W. A. HERRON & SONS.
80 Fourth ave city.
Who will give you plans of the lots, with fall
information and prices. jy27-6t-TTS
CHOICE BUILDIHG LOTS-i
Twcnty.third Ward, City.
These lots are 21x121) feet on Second avenua
and good side streets: only 15 minutes from
Smlthfield street, and from 3 to 5 minutes' walk:
from station; the electric street railway will
soon be running to Glenwood; monthly tickets, .
5J cents per trip.
PRICES: 1125 TO S1.000. EASY TERMS. "
10 per cent cash, balance long time Monthly
payments if desired. ,
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO,
Jy27-50-TT3 99 Fourth Avenue. ''
Notice To Navigators. .
Dnring the reconstruction of the channel
span of the Ohio river bridge at Steube nville,
Ohio, which is now in oratress, narties navl-
gating the Ohio river will be required to pass ft
inrnugu 100 span next west oi tue cnannei span. ,
which has been dredged so as to afford a pood
navigable water. White lights will be di-?4
played indicating the obstructed channel span..,
and red lights will be displayed indicating tha ;
cnannei to oe nseu.
M. J. BECKER.
Chief Engineer P., C. 4 St. L..Ry. Co: "
WAX.TKK J. USBOUIUtK. KICUARD ttlRBOWS."
JOB PRINTERS. Ji
SO Diamond street
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