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THil - PITTSBUEG- DISPATCH, ' SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 188&.
ber adventure. The epistle contained inch
an eloquent appeal to the soft tide or the
stern banker's heart, and soch a thrilling
description of tow Mr. Lincoln's bravery
bad sated ber life, that the doting father
gave up the fight and accepted the inevita
ble. Ralph Wilmot will bare to sees: elsewhere
for a girl with a fortune, for Mr. and Mrs.
Lincoln and Mr. and Mrs. Farnsworth were
"at borne" simultaneously last week, and
George has accepted the Vice Presidency of
the bank, to date from July.
Did George Lincoln's spirit sit in the
Colonel's Chair that night, and, failing to as
sure Nellie of the impending danger, direct
its owner to the fatefnl spot where he proba
bly saved her life? Who knows? Drale't
AN ENGAGEMENT PARTY.
Madeleine said we mast give a party. It
was a summer party, but the idea is so novel
and attractive that many of you will seize
upon and adjust it to town limitations. "We
were in a dear little cottage within the
grounds of a summer hotel in the mountains,
jnst near enough to the main house to come
under the surveillance of all the windows,
and just far enough to make a complete div
ing suit necessary for walking to dinner on
rainy days. The lake flowing peacefully by
our side was scarcely wetter than those sum
A euchre party? A dough-nut party?
An afternoon tea? These suggestions were
all coldly received, for every one in the
woods was satiated with theselhings, and
it an entertainment failed to entertain cui
Dono? Some one said, "Salmagundi party!"
But, alackl while we discussed the ingre
dients of this salutary composition, George
joined our group with his hands full of
those little birch-bark missives which an
nounced another fate, and this time a salma
gundi. Then it was that with fierce energy we
invoked the genie called Originslity, and as
Madeleine was one of his favored suppliants
she evolved what she called an Engagement
Party. Invitations were issned to about a
hundred people for 4 o'clock P. M. They
all came, some eagerly, some apathetically,
bnt all curious to know what was to be done
with the tiny book and pencil which was
given to each guest on entering.
We made the books ourselves, of white
paper with birch bark covers, fastened to
gether with a knot of narrow ribbon, and on
to each was tied a tiny lead pencil, while in
side the lines were numbered up to SO, as
though for dancing. There were 15 books
of each color, which divided the company up
into groups, with a sort of leader, who was
distinguished by a knot of ribbon of the
same color as that held by the book owners,
and to her they were to report their suc
cesses. There were thus formed six group;
of 15 with their captains.
Madeleine rang a bell for order, not that
she disliked the human noise in the con-c-ete,
but her one voice was unable to drown
all the others, and there were explanations
to be made. At the next sound of the bell,
she said, all the men were to be given ten
minutes in which to make as many engage
ments as possible with the ladies, and enter
the same in their books. The engagements
were for dancing, games, promenading or
conversation, and from three to five minutes
was allowed for each not less than three,
not more than five. At the expiration of
the ten minutes 'the bell was again rung,
this time for all to report to the leaders tne
number of appointments made; and shortly
attei, it again sounded to start the men on
the fulfillment of their engagements.
Each was obliged to look frequently at
the face of the clock, as well as at the face
of his partner, else fleeting time slipped him
past his limit, and the next number on his
card went empty, for only one hour was al
lowed for the entire list. Prizes were offered
to the men who registered the greatest num
ber of engagements, and to those fulfilling
the most; also to the ladies complying with
those conditions; and a set of prizes belonged
to each group, but two were not to be given
to one individual.
When the first bell rang, and men began
to use their pencils as absorbedly as re
porters, the ladies looked modestly eager, as
thongh hoping not to be crowded out by
acknowledged favorites; belles counted no
more than wallflowers in numbers, so each
and every one was secured as a future part
ner, and many a quiet girl who was ordi
narily overlooked found herself in an ecstacy
of delight over her fast-filling book. Time
was too valuable to be spent in hunting up
special cliques, so material at hand was
taken up, and the result was general amal
gamation and homogeneity.
When the bell rang lor cessation, each
oookholder reported to the leader wearing
his or her color the number of engagements,
wnich the leader instantly recorded.
Then the bell rang again for work to be
gin, and in a moment the crowd was divided
into merry couples entertaining themselves
with an energy usually seen only ic host
esses. From one partner to another flew the
men, and as the hour went on their part
ners forgot in their eagerness to be retiring,
and boldly went about hunting the tarrying
mate for the next engagement The music
was in the cottage for the dancers, the
piazzas were cleasant for walking, and
chairs everywhere were arranged a deux.
As for the games, there were euchre tables,
"fascinator" and pitchette, with another di
version at once novel and amusing catch
ing fish. The tiny wharf ran out into the
lake a few feet from the house, and on it
stood the pretty fishers with their partners'
Madeleine and her aids had little to do
but look on and enjoy what is a novel scene
at a large entertainment, all hands enjoy
ing themselves, and no one left out. Bobby
Thorn, the incorrigible, sat hobnobbing
with Aunt Mary, who loves boys at college;
and Mr. West" walked with daintv Ada
Paine, thinking that, after all, "he could for
give bis son for falling in love with her;
while in a corner sat two dear friends ex
plaining away that little misunderstanding
which had separated them of late. A mad
wild whirl it all was tor a while, when
above the laughter sounded the bell again
the hour up so soon!
The little books were all banded in to the
leaders, with the owner's name on each, and
a check opposite each engagement kept.
Then the always welcome supter was
served, and alter that the prizes, without
which as a reward modern society refuses to
be amnsed. Harper' Bazar.
A clergyman, after years of suffering from
that loathsome disease Catarrh, and vainly
trying every known remedy, at last found a
prescription which completely cured and
saved him Irom death. Any sufferer from
this dreadful disease sending a self-addressed
stamped envelope to Prof. J. A. Lawrence,
88 Warren street, New York, will receive
the recipe free of charge. bos
EXCURSION to BALTIMORE
Via the B. fc O. It- B. (
The B. & O. B. B. will sell excursion
tickets to Baltimore at rate of $8 for the
round trip, from Nov. 7 to 12 inclusive,
good to return until the 16th, on account of
the Catholic Congress. Trains leave Pitts
burg at 8 a. at. and 920 P. M.
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Do you want to know how this can
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C-STOFIEIi in to-morrow's DIS
PATCH -will narrate the strange
iromance oi a rose.
Lee Waiting for a Ver&ict Which
Hay Be in the' First Degree.
STRONG APPEALS MADE FOR HIM.
A Test Case of the Oleomargarine Act Heard
in the Supreme Court.
OTHER GENERAL NEWS OF THE COURTS.
The Lee murder case went to the jury at
4:30 yesterday afternoon. When court
opened yesterday morning Attorney Elphin
stone continued his address for the defense.
He said that when they believed a man's
mind tobe so affected from any cause as to
preventhim from premeditating they could
not convict him of murder in the first de
gree. Mr. Marshall followed Mr. Flphin
stone for the defense. He argued strongly
for a second degree verdict. He held that
there had been no threats, but the incoher
ent drunken talk of a drunken man.
Natcher himself said that when. Lee shot
him Lee was drunk. Catcher's dying
declaration makes it murder in the second
degree Lee, he contended, was drunk,
crazy, mad drunk, and his act was the act of
a crazy, mad man. He had Deen in tms
condition for a week, and his nerves were un
strung and he bad no power to premeditate.
During Mr. Marshall's speech Mr Lee burst
out crying, and had to be taken from the court
room. At the conclusion of Mr. Marshall's ad
dress Judge White said
"I understand there is no question by the de
fense that be is guilty of murder in the second
degree; am I right?"
TTes. sir." replied Mr. Marshall.
District Attorney Porter then presented the
case for the Commonwealth. He reviewed the
law on murder, showed Lee's threats and whole
course to prove premeditation and a deter
mined resolve to kill Natcher for revenge, and
asked for a verdict of murder in the first de
gree. In response to the assertion that Lee
was crazy from drink and did notknow what be
was doing, he said that if Lee had been so
crazy drunk as to lose his memory and not be
able to follow out a premeditation, he would
not have been able to tell friend from enemv.
He would have been just as liable to kill his
test friend as John T. Natcher. Instead f
this he knew his friends, could be sociable
with them and tell them of his troubles with
Catcher and threaten -to "do up" Natcher, and
then, in pursuance of his resolve, go to Natch
er's office and kill him.
When Mr. Porter was reading some law
Joints, he was Interrupted by Mr. Marshall,
r., who said that Mr. Porter was misquoting
some matters. Mr. Marshall, Sr., sustained his
son in the objections. Mr. Porter appealed to
the Court for protection, stating that he was
not misquoting. He said that he could forgive
j T """. as nu neanng was not good,
and he might have misunderstood him, but as
for the young man, his conduct was inexcusa
ble and unbecoming a member of the bar. The
quibble subsided an1 Mr. Porter concluded
bis speech, making a strong plea tor a verdict
of murder in the first degree.
Judge White next delivered his charge to the
jury, occupying nearly ah hour. His charge
was considered an important one, and was de
voted to defining the law on murder of the first
and second degrees, and reviewing the evi
dence. In concluding he said that if Lee had
formed a resolve to kill -Natcher, and had then
gone and got drunk andproceeded to Natcher's
office and- in pursuance of that resolve killed
him, no matter if he was very drunk, he was
guilty of murder in the first degree. And if he
had not formed a premeditation to kill
Natcher, bnt had gone to his office to talk over
or discuss matters of business and becoming
provoked at Natcher had then and there deter
mined to kill him and had drawn a revolver
when Natcher's back was turned and shot him
down, and then shot him a second time, lie was
guilty of murder In the first degree. The bur
den of proof, however, he added, was on the
Commonwealth to raise the crime from the
second degree to the first degree.
The Jury retired about 130 o'clock. After
waiting a short time for them His Honor ad
journed court until this morning.
IN THE SUPREME COURT.
A Test Case of the Oleomargarine
Other Arguments Heard.
Jntbe Supreme Court yesterday an argu
ment was heard on the appeal of Jeremiah,
jumer irom uommon ieas io. i. rue case
was an action brought by A. L, Best against
Miller before Alderman Carlisle to recover the
penalty of $100 for selling oleomargarine. Mil
ler is a restaurant keeper and was one of a
number sued for Selling oleomargarine. Instead
of butter, with his meals. He was fined, and
the lower court sustained the judgment. An
appeal was taken to test the case. The de
fendant claims that the sale was not a viola
tion of the oleomargarine act of Mav21, ISSa.
Attorney l'ost appeared for the Common
wealth and J. 8. Ferguson for Miller.
An argument was heard in the case of John
Hart against the H. C. Prick Coke Company,
appealed by the coke company from Common
Pleas No. 2. The suit was for damages for in
juries received by Hart in a fall from the com
pany's coal tipple.
An argument was heard in the case of John
Bier against the Standard Manufacturing Com
pany, appealed by the manufacturing company
from Common Pleas No. 2. The snit was for
damages for injuries received by the fall of an
Argument was heard in the case of the Pitts
burg Carbon Company against the Philadelphia
company, appeaieo. or we aeienaant irom
Common Pleas No. 2. The suit was an action
on a contract.
An argument was heard in the case of J. M.
Bowell against the Marine Sawmill Company,
a suit to recover the price of a lumber raft, ap
pealed by the sawmill company from Common
Fleas No. L
The case of Mary Ann McClelland against A.
M. Brown, appealed by tbe plaintiff from the
Orphans' Court, was "argued. The snit was
brought to compel A. M. Brown, the trustee of
the estate of David Sims, to pay certain money
of the estate to her. An argument was beard
on the appeal of McCIeery, Myers, Sedden fc
Co. from Common Fleas No. 2, The case was
an action on a judgment note.
An argument was heard in the case of the
Home for Aged Protestant Women against
Wilkinsburg borough, appealed from Com
mon Pleas No. 1. The suit is to recover on a
lien filed against the Home for a boardwalk
constructed in front of the institution. The
question at issue is, are such associations bound
by tbe requirements to lay a sidewalk? Does
exemption from tbe payment of borough taxes
relieve from this duty?
An argument was heard on the appeal of the
Allegheny National Bank from the decree of
the Orphans' Court, distributing the balance
in the hands of R. B. Petty, administrator of
William B. Hays, awarding tbe money to the
THEY WANT THEIR MONEY.
A Petition Against the Shenaago Road in
the United Slate Conrt.
A petition was filed in the United States
Court yesterday by B. K. Jamison fc Co., of
Philadelphia, in tbe case of J, M. Shadd and
others against the Sbenango and Allegheny
Railroad Company. Tbe road was sold in 1887
by order of Court to J. J. Sbryoek. T. P. Fowler
and F. W. Whitridge for $625,000. It was agreed
by the holders of mortgage bond, etc., of the
road that after $50,000 bad been paid by the new
purchasers, the latter could go on and reorgan
ize the road, and that the amount of tbe paper
held by them could be held as first liens upon
the stock of tbe roacLand could be paid when it
got in better financiil condition. The petition is
to bare the Court dirert tbe purchasers to pay
the certificates with interest, and in the mean
time to preservetbe assets, .have a receiver ap
pointed, and on failure of the purchasers to
j?ay, the road tobe sold for tbe benefit of the
creditors. Judge Acheson fixed November 11
for a hearing.
To-Dny' Trial List.
Criminal Court Commonwealth vs Thomas
McGrady et aL Taylor Lewis, Fannie Pillow,
Anthony and Maggie Marcace, John Conner,
A. Beard, Frank Balsley,
What Lawyers Hare Done.
THE jury is out in the case of Police Officer
Trnby Shanl tried for felonious shooting, for
wounding James Britton.
The 1ury Is also out in the case of Frank
Carroll, tried for the larceny of a box of tobies
from M. Dougherty's store.
The testimony In the dirorce case of Mrs.
Mary Brooks against Julius C Brooks, was
filed yesterday. Desertion is the allegation.
In Judge Magee's branch of tbe Criminal
Court, yesterday, Maggie Dnnn pleaded guilty
to aggravated assault And battery on Ea
Hays, whose face she had cut with a razor.
She was sentenced fire months to the work
house. The voluntary assignment of William H. and
W. D. Banker, dealers in bicycles, tricycles,
etc, at No. 10 Sixth street, to N. A. Gilbert was
recorded yesterday afternoon. Tbe assign
ment Is for the benefit of creditors, and In
cludes all the stock in their store on Sixth
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AN UNASSUMING LITTLE MiR,
How a Citizen of St. Louis Sizes Up the
Mighty Jay Goald.
Bt Louis Republic . I
"During Jay Gould's short visit on
'Change Thursday," remarked Mr. Thomas
Booth yesterday to the Man About Town,
"I was impressed afresh with a fact that has
many times in my life been brought strongly
before my notice.- That fact is this: How
difficult it would be to pass judgment upon
a man's ability or prominence in cur
rent events by his bearing and
general manner. I suppose there
is no doubt about Mr. Gould's po
sition among his fellows. He is one of the
remarkable characters of the century: bnt
he could have spent a whole day on 'Change
without anyone suspecting it. In the first
place, his personal appearance is not at all
striking. Small, plain, not showing in face
or figure any sign of the powerful and rest
less brain that has put him in the very
front rank of the world's .financiers and
railroad managers, he has, beside, a manner
as simple and unaffected as any farmer you
might meet on a country road. He is as
easy as an old shoe, and as natural as a man
working by the day.
"I have, on the other baud, met men who
impressed me with vast ideas of their ability
and certain greatness as soon as I knew
them. A sort of personal magnetism, a
something in their appearance wonld seem
to entitle them to be ranked above the aver
age. These first impressions oi mine nave,
in nearly every instance, been dispelled in
time, and I have had occasion to wonder
that men I had thought so big afterward
shrunk into the very smallest proportions.
"I might, as I said, have talked with Jay
Gould a month without any startling dis
covery of his ability, and as I saw him on
'Change, a little, unassuming, ageing man,
frail ana plain of speech, I had to pull my
self together to realize that the 'Sphinx of
Wall street,' the man whose lightest words
are telegraphed broadcast and have a magic
influence on tbe markets of the entire world,
stood before me in the flesh."
A DEAF AND DUMB JESTER.
A Mate Who Imitated the Language of a
A gentleman who'has been a professor in a
Western college which devotes its energies
to the education of that unfortunate class
who can neither speak nor bear, has many
amusing things to tell or the "dum
mies," as they are popularly called.
Among the'students in one of the classes
was a fellow who was extremely vain of an
enormous seal ring which he wore upon the
little finger of his right hand. In talking
his chief object always seemed to be to dis
play this ring. In all the gestures of the
language which reqdired the little finger to
be kept in toward the body or in any way
out of sight he yet contrived to bring it into
prominence, sweeping the seal ring into
sight wifti ingenious curves and waves of
One day in an intermission the Professor
chanced to go into a class room, and there
he found a score of students perfectly con
vulsed with laughter, and the cause of their
merriment was simply one of their number
who had mounted the desk and was giving
a clever imitation of the manner of talking
which was characteristic of the wearer of
the seal ring. He was, so to say, imitating
the brogue of the affected mute. Every
body appreciated the joke quite as much as
it it had been a question of vocal language,
instead of signs, and there was no end of the
merriment which the mimicry excited. The
idea of deaf mutes thus joking upon their
infirmities has in it something at once very
humorous and pathetic; and it opens up a
wide field in the regions of jesting, which
has thus far been littje explored. .
Norristown Herald J "
Prof. Iiintner, a bngologist, says that
there are a million species of insects fn the
world. The fact that the insect tribe is so
numerous is not as remarkable as that Prof.
Lintner shonld have had enough time and
patience to travel around the world count
EgMRS. H. B. STOWR Ex
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Iff ALLEGHENY CASE.
A Very Prorninent Party Involved in
.. the Affair.
MR. J. B. MYERS INTERVIEWED.
The popnlar saying that "time will ob
literate all things" is probably one of the
most truthful of all the old proverbs. The
softening influence of Father lime's steady
hand serves to soothe us in hours of trial, as
well as giving us relief in many other dif
ferent ways. Jfuch proved to be the case in
the history of the life of Mr. John B. Myers,
of No. 25 Union avenue, Allegheny, whose
story as given the writer is of more than
usual interest. "Mr. Myers isem ployed at
the well-known shoe house of G. T. Simons,
No. 78 Ohio street, Allegheny, one of the
bnsiest thoroughfares in that city. He is
the son of Mr. John F. Myers, a prominent
real estate dealer, well-known throughout
"Well, I giress it happened about two
years ago, possibly a little over that. I
caught a severe cold, which I was unable to
Lget rid of. Gradually I became worse, and
mv trouble grew from what had been a mere
cold to a serious chronic affection. My nos
trils became clogged, first on one side and
then on the other. I seldom breathed
through my nose. My head was all stopped
up, and I had much headache, between and
directly over the eyes. Therewas a buzzing
and roaring sound in my ears, which an
noyed me considerably.
"This condition continued for a long
time. I tried several remedies, but grew
worse instead of better. A dry hacking
cough had been added to my troubles, and
I was c6ughing continually. I could feel
the muens dropping back into my throat,
and I was constantly hawking and spitting
trying to clear it.
""Mv eyes became very much inflamed
and discharged a watery substance. My
throat was badly ulcerated. Indeed for
several days it was in such bad condition
that I could not partake of any solid food.
Jlfr. John Si ilyert, SS Union Avenue.
"When I would get up from a chair I
would be dizzy and weak. Often I had
sharp shooting pains in my chest. I slept
soundly at night, but was never rested
fn the morning, feeling more tired
than when I went to bed the night
before, lly appetite was poor. I had to
iairly force down what.Xdid eat, and then it
would lay- like a heavy load on my stomach.
Often my stomach was in such a condition
that I found it impossible to retain any food
whatever in it. I fo'und I was losing flesh,
and steadily growing weaker. I dreaded
the slightest exertion. I just managed to
drag myself through my work. This was
especially the case in the afternoons. I often
felt so badly that I thought I should have to
give up entirely.
"It was when in tho condition described above
that I first beard of Drs. Copeland & Blair.
I placed myself under their care.
"I soon found a decided improvement in my
condition. Mv head and -chest ceased to pain
me. My nostrils were no longer clogged
up. and the dropping from my bead to my
throat was stopped. My throat was no longer
ulcerated, and! could eat well and enjoy my
food. I feel rested in the morning, and can
now do my work without any trouble. I have
grown in strength and weight. In fact 1 feel
like a new man."
Mr. Myers lives as stated, at No. 25 Union
avenue, and this statement can be easily veri
fied. Additional Evidence by rVtail.
A short time ago Mr. John Wright of Chi
cago J unction, O., placed himself nnder treat
men t ny mail with Drs. Copeland & Blair. In
writing about his trouble be said:
"Two years ago I was ill with lung fever and
never fully recovered from it. I could not sleep
at night. The mucus would droD back into my
throat, and l would wake up feeling as though
I was choked. Large scabs would come from my
nostrils whenever l used my handkerchief.
They would often be streaked with blood. My
eyes were affected and were continually run
ning a watery snDstance. 1 was unable to attend
to my duties, feeling weak and tired all the
time. 1 had a hacking cough and ringing noises
in my ears. Gradually I noticed I was Becoming
deaf. I would have dizzy spells and my memory
failed me. I had pains in my chest and had no
"A. short time after I commenced treating
with Drs. Copeland & Blair 1 noticed an im
provement. The droppingin my throat stopped,
my cough and the pains in my chest leftme. I
can now sleep and eat well. The result has been
a great surprise to me, as I bad given up all
hope ot ever getting well again."
About the middle of last May, Miss Lottie J.
Forker, of 299 Arch street, Meadville. Pa.,
laced herself under treatment by mall with
Irs. Copeland A Blair. In stating ber case by
letter, just previous to the date above men
tioned, she complained of terrible headaches,
followed by spelts of vomiting, which would
compel her to lie In bed 'for 24 hours, after
which she wonld be completely worn out. Sharp
pain in the breast, extending through to tbe
shoulder blades and followed by others In ber
stomach and side.
On Jnne 9 she wrote : "Tour medicine is do
ing me good. I do not feel so tired, and my
bead has only ached twice, and that was caused
by a fresh cold I caught."
On July 2 her letter stated that she was feel
ing very well.
August 26 she wrote : "1 feel quite like a dif
ferent woman from .the one I was when I com
menced yonr treatment."
Some time ago Mr. M. C Wilson, of Canons
bnrg. Pa., placed himself under treatment, by
mail, with Drs. Copeland Blair. In stating
his case by letter early in July, he complained
of a full, heavy feeling In his head-over the
eyes, a bad taste In the mouth, coughing and
raising phlegm, dimness of tight, sharp pains
in the chest, with a tight, pinched .feeling and
soreness In the lungs- and a weak and shaky
condition of the limbs.
July 25 he wrote: "lam improving steadily;
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August 16 he wrote: "I feel lite a different be
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treatment, and J am quite willing that a short
statement of what jour treatment has done for
me should be made in the papers."
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Specialties CATARRH, and ALL DIS
EASES of tbe EYE, EAR, THROAT and
Consultation. SI. Ad'dress all mail to
BESS M Rlv' P MaluufT3f
On the opening of Alder street, from Shady
avenne to HlKad avenue.
To the Belect and Common Councils of the city
The undersigned, Viewers of Street Improve
ments In the city of Pittsburg, appointed by
the Court of Common Elaaa of, Allegheny
county, and authorized by an ordinance passed
on the 22d day of July, A. D 1889. a
copy of which Is hereto attached, to appraiso
tbe damages sustained in the opening of Alder
street from onaay avenue m nu "i
in the city of Pittsburg, and make an assess
ment therefor under tbe provisions of and In
accordance with an Act of Assembly of the
PAmmnnvMith nt Pennavlvania. entitled. "An
act relating to streets and sewers in-cities of
the second class," approved the 16th day of
May, A. D. 1889, respectfully report:
That having been first duly sworn and qual
ified according to law, they- proceeded In the
manner and according to the directions of said
act, to discharge the duties of their appoint
ment: and having given the notices required
by said act, they viewed the premises and
neard all tho allegations and evidence of the
several parties claiming damages and after
full consideration thereof, find that no owner
of property has sustained any damage by
reason of said improvement, that after ascer
taining the whole amount of costs, they made
an assessment of the same upon the properties
benefited by said improvement, and caused a
plan to be made, and prepared a statement, as
required bysaidactand having given to the
owner of each lot ten days' notice of the time
and place of meeting, they met on the 28th day
of October. A. D. 18S9. at the office of the
Board of Viewers, in the city of Pittsburg,
heard all complaints and evidence, and, after
full consideration thereof, present tbe follow
ing report, showing the amount each property
holder is entitled to pay as the proper (propor
tion of said cost:
Printing ordinances andnotices. t
Printing viewers' report
Making plans and serving notices.....
Alder street, north side from Shady avenue
to Hiland avenne
Mrs. M. C. Schoonmaker (63), 126.45s
Mrs. M. a Schoonmaker (C5), 131.77
Jas. Gordon (60). 12L64 feet-
Thos. Ramsdon (60), 12L64feet
Thos. Marshall (53), 107.54 feet -
Nannie M. Dennlston (71), 142 feet....
Jno. B. Bayard, 16i51teet
Jno. B. Barard, 15U.72 f eet
Sarah A. Smith (53), 64.75 feet
Est End Christian Church (72), 144.05
Respectf nlly submitted,
EDWARD JAY ALLEN,
TIMOTHY OXEART. Je., !
PfTTSBUKO, October 28, 1839.
On the construction of a, public sewer on Euclid
street, from the north curb line of Penn ave
nue to a connection with a sewer on Enclld
street v tBanm's northern property line.
To the Select and Common Councils of the
city et Pittsburg:
The undersigned Viewers of Street Improve
ments in the city of Pittsbnrg, appointed by the
Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny county,
and authorized by n ordinance passed on the
27th day of February, A. D. 1889, a copy of
which Is hereto attached, to make an assess
ment of the cost and expense of constructing a
public sewer on Euclid street, from the north
curb line of Penn avenue to a connection with
sewer on Euclid street at Baum's northern
property line, in said city, upon the property
benefited thereby under the provisions of and
m accordance with an act of Assembly of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled "An
act authorizing and directing Councils
of cities of the second class to provide
for the improvement of streets, lanes, alleys
and public highways, sewers and sidewalks, re
quiring plans of streets, providing for tho ap
pointment oi a ooara oi v lewers oi otreet im
provements, prescribing their duties, granting
appeals to Councils and Court, providing for
tbe assessment and collection of damages and
benefits, authorizing the use of private prop
erty, and providing for filing liens and regulat
ing proceedings thereon, and prohibiting tbe
use ofl public streets without authority of
Councils," approved the 14th day of June, A. D.
1887, respectrully report:
That having been first duly sworn and quali
fied according to law, they proceeded in the
mannor and according to the directions of said
act, to discharge tbe duties of their appoint
ments; that, having viewed tbe premise, they
made an assessment of said cost and ex
pense upon tbe property benefited, and caused
a plot and statement to be made, as re
quired by said act, ana caving given
to the owner of each lot ten days' notice of
the time and place of meeting, they met on the
24th day of October, A. D. 1889, at the office
of the Board of Viewers, In tbe city of Pitts
burg, beard all complaints and evidence of
fered, and having made all modifications and
corrections which they deem proper, assessed
the cost and expense of constructing said
sewer upon the following property, upon each
for the amount'Set opposite the name of the
owner thereof, viz:
Caief ot Department of Public Works, state
ment of cost:
635.2 lineal feet 18-inch pipe, sewer,
$209 t 1,172 09
2 drops, $80 160 00
2 manholes, $30 60 00
4.7o0 pounds castings (to Fisher F.
& if. Co.), Si 68. 79 80
Superintending, engineering, adver-
rfsint'. etc. 130 00
Pnntlng ordinances and notices. 40 00
Printing viewers' report. 18 00
Makingplans and serving notices JO 00
Vlow.r,' HmA 42 00
Euclid street, east side from north curb line
Penn avenue to Baum's northern line
R. B. Cunningham. 25 feet .$ 48 87
P. B. MoWilliams (32), 100 feet 62 56
Jas. Foley or Pat McDqnough (32), 100
feet..... 62 56
George Egley (57). 100 feet Ill 43
Mrs. A. Mnbrlng (32), 75.87 feet 62 58
City of PittSDurg TOO 00
West side ,,
C. G. B. Weibl (72), 100 feet 140 75
J. CBIake (72). lOOfeet 140 75
J. C. Meanor (321, 100 feet 62 56
Mrs. C. Tomer (52). 84 feet 101 65
Chas. Gayton, 92 feet 144 85
P.Lvoch(22) 23 feet...... 20 91
Frank Raney (J7), 4142 feet 52 34
J 1,711 79
EDWARD JAY ALLEN,
DANIEL WENKE, J Viewers.
TIMOTHY O'LEARY. JE )
PrrrSBUBG, October 23, 1889. oc31-27
On the paving and curbing of Corday alley from
Pearl street to Cedar street
To tbe Select and Common Councils of the city
The undersigned Viewers of Street Improve
ments in the city of Pittsbnrg, appointed by
the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny
county, and authorized by an ordinance passed
on tbe 29th dayof October A. D. 18SS. a copy of
which is hereto attached, to make an as
sessment of the cost and expense of paving and
enrbing of Corday alley, from Pearl street to
Cedar street n said city upon the property
benefited thereby under the provisions of
and in accordance with an act of Assembly of tbe
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled "An
act authorizing and directing Councils of cities
of the second class to provide for tbe improve
ment of streets, lanes, alleys and public- high
ways, sewers and sidewalks, requiring plans ot
streets, providing for the appointment of a
Board of Viewers of Street Improvements,
prescribing their dnties. granting appeals to
Councils and Court, providing for the assess
ment and collection of damages and benefits,
authorizing tbe use of private property, and
providing for filing liens and regulating pro
ceedings thereon., and prohibiting tbe use of
public streets without authority of Councils."
approved the 14th day of June, A. D. 1887, re
That, having been first duly sworn and
qualified according to law, they proceeded
in the manner and according to the directions
of said act to discharge the duties of their
appointments: that having viewed the
premises, tbey made an- assesment of said
cost and expense upon the property benefited,
and caused a plot and statement to be made,
as required by said act and having
"iven to the owner of each lot ten
days' notice of the time and place of meet
ing, thev mot on the 18th day of October. A.
D. 1889. at the office of the Board of
Viewers, in the city of Pittsburg, heard all
complaints and evidence offered, and having
made all modifications and corrections which
they deem proper, assessed tbe cost and ex
. sain naTin and curblnc upon the
following property, upon each for the amount'
set opposite me name 01 mo wuw buctcu.,
'chief of Department of Public Works
statement of cost
465 7-10 square yards paving. S3 40 f t6Ba
5S5 8-10 lineal feet curbing, f0 80....... 4b8 6J
Engineering, advertising, etc.......... zoos
Printing ordinances and notices 40 00
Printing viewers' report 19 5?
Making plans andservine notices.... 0 00
Viewers' time 4200
3 2,233 52
nordar aMevI north side, from Cedar to Pearl
W. 3. Hitfner (751.. 133.00 feet t . 375 07
B. Heppenstall (85), 133.08 feet.",
S. Heppenstall (59); 52.5 Jeetfe-.i.i..',
Jaeob Kurtz, 40 ftetJ..J.SSjA,.2
kWsa.inn. teet.'yrrir.T. .t.zz .tv
t' w.jui jr." m tsrrm?rrrS'
1 ab r--i - - ----
George Miller, 20 feet...,
Jonas Berjidt, 20 feet...,
Jacob Kurtz, 26 feet
Christ .Winter. 6L 88 feet
.... 108 0
.,4', 188 03
Andrew Meyer (30), 82.75 feet 130 02
J 2,288 60
EDWARD JAY ALLEN.
DANIEL WENKE. - '
TIMOTHY O'LEARY. Jk
PlTTSBDBG. October 28. 1889.
On the grading, paving and curbing-of Web
ster avenue, from Thirty-third street to Orion
To tho Select and Common Councils of the city
The undersigned. Viewers of Street Im
provements in the city of Pittsburg, ap
pointed by the Court of Common Pleas of Al
legheny county, and authorized by -4a or
dinance passed on the 19th day of Marcb, A.
D. 1888. a copy of which is hereto attached, to
make an assessment of the cost and expense of
grading; paving and curbing of Webster'avenue
from Thirty-third streetto Orion street. In said
city, upon the property bennted thereby, under
the provisions of and !n accordance with an act
of Assembly of the Commonwealth of 'Pennsyl
vania, entitled. "An act authorizing and direct
ing Councils of cities of the second class to pro
vide for the Improvement of streets, lanes,
alleys and public highways, sewers and side
walks, requiring plans of streets, providing for
the appointment of a Board ot Viewers of
Street Improvements, prescribing their duties,
granting appeals to Councils and Court, provid
ing for ho assessment and collection of dam
ages and benefits, authorizing the use of
private property and providing for filing liens
and regulating proceedings thereon, and pro
hibiting the use of publlcsireetswithonL.au
tborltyorConncils," approved the Mth. day of
June, A D. 1837, respectfully report.
That, having been first Only sworn and quali
fied according to law, they proceeded in the
manner and according to the directions of said,
jtct, to discharge the duties of their appoint
ments; that having viewed tbe premises, tbey
made art assessment of said cost and expense
unon tbecrooertv benefited, anil eanieri a hint
and statement to be made, as required by said
act, and having given to the owner.of each lot
ten days notice of the time and place of meet-'
ine. they met on the 26th dav of October. A. D.
1889, at tho office of tbeBoard ot Viewers, in
the city of Pittsburg, heard all complaints
and evidence offered, and having made all
modifications and corrections which they deem
proper, a sessed the cost and expense of said
grading, paving and curbing oponthe follow
ing property, upon each for tne amount set op
posite the name of the owner thereof, vlx.r
Chief of JJepartment of Pabllc Works, state
ment of cost
17,693 cubic yards grading, SOc 8JM6 50
3,640 jquare yards paving, $1 95 7.0DS' 00
2.207 lineal feet curbing. SOc 1,7(15 60
236K square feet curbing, 85c 224 68
Engineering, advertising, etc 375 00
Printing ordlnanceand notices 40 00
Printing Viewers' report d u to
Making plan and serving notices, 10 00
Viewers' time.... , 42 03
Webster svenue, north side from- Thirty
third street to Orion
James McNeil (50), 100.45 feet.. ......$ 46352
James McNeil (50), 10145 feet. &j
James McNeil (30fc 21 15 1 eet 581 II
Mrs. McNeil. 131.83feet....: 1,235 29
Sam'l McClurkan, 161.56 feet L513 87
Sara'l McClnrkan (32), 59 86 feet 299 85
Jas. McNeil. 48 feet 44B 77
H. D. Herron, Jr, 24 feet 224 o9 i
a. j. creKer. z ieet.... zn9
W.H. Herron, 24 feet , 224 19
W.H. Herron, 24 feet. 224 89
A. C. Herron. 48 feet ., 449 77
8. D. Herron, 120 feet.... L121 44
Mrs. S. A. McKee,48feer. 449 77
J. Crothers, 24 feet 224 89
R. Crothers (64),. 52.35 feet 699 70
South side "'
C. V. Duncan (86), 82 feet 805 85
Mrs. H. McClurg; 24 feet. 224 89
Wm. Thaw, 48 feet 449 77
Stephen Quinnen, 24 feet. , 224 SB
S. A Duncan 4 W. H. House. 240 feet
(Sam'l McClurkan claims 26.53 feet
in this) 2.248 88
Sam'l McClurkan est., Iu3.02fcet 065 S3
W. H. Herron, 22,98 feet 21533
M. E.PhlIllns.4Sfeet 449 77
E. J. Brecker,-24 feet 224 $9
M.D. Campbell. 72 feet :. 674 GS
W. H. Herron, 72 feer. 674 68
8.B Martln,21feet 224 89
31. B. Martin, 24 feet. r..... 224 S9
& G. Martin, 24 feet , 2"I4 89
B.D. Herron, 72 feet 674 68
S.D. Herron,72feet....... T.... 674 68
S. D. Herrom 24-feet... .,..".;.... , 224 89
L. Gardner (p9), C7.53 feet.
EDWARD JAY ALLEN, 1
DANIEL WENKE. J.
TIMOfHY O'LEARY, Jb.,
PITTSBURG, uctooer M, low.
On the opening or KIrkwood street, from Hi-
Und avenue to Collins avenue.
To tbe Select and Common Councils of tbe city
The undersigned Viewers of Street Improve
ments in the city of Pittsburg, appointed by
the Conrt of Common Pleas of Allegheny coun
ty, and authorized by an ordinance passed on
the 24th day of June, A, D. I860, a copy of
which is hereto attached, to appraise the
damages sustained in the opening of Kirk
wood street from Hiland avenue to Collins
avenue, in the city ol Pittsburg; and make
an assessment therefor under the pro
visions of and In accordance with an act of
Assembly of the Commonwealth' of Pennsyl
vania, entitled "An act retetiog to streets
and sewers In cities of tbe secosd class." ap
proved the 16th day of-Hay, A. D. 1888; re
spectf nlly report:
That "having been first duly sworn and quali
fied according tqlaw.they proceeded in the man
ner and according to the directions of said act
to discbarge the duties ef their appointment;
and having given the notices required by -said
act, tbey viewed tbe premises ana heard all the
allegations and evidence by tbe several parties
claiming damages, and after full consideration
thereof made a truerand conscionable appraise
ment otihe same; that after ascertaining tbe
whole amount of damages, they made an as
sessment of the same np.in the properties bene
fited by said improvement and caused a plot to
be niauo and prepared a statement, as-required
by said act and having eiven to tbe owner of
each lot ten nays' notice of tbe time and place
of meeting, they met on tbe 17th day of Octo
ber. A. D. 1889, at the office of the Board of
Viewers, in the city of Pittsburg, heard all com
plaints and evidence presented, and. after full
consideration thereof, dn find that tbe follow
ing named: owners of property will sustain
damages, for which they am entitled so com
pensation, each for tbe amount set opposite
his name, respectively, viz.:
v UAltASasf '
James RMellon 2.344 25
li9 A. i;CUUUUtlt.M f "-
J. W. Wallace , ,.. J37 00
John Hamilton 3S 75
EmmaSIKuhu..... J? 7j
Kate R.H11I , 32Q 00
Edith M. Minor. . 2800
Dr. A I. navla 302 50
MrsTR. Davidson 677 00
C. B. Sselv-:.
Patrick O'Conner. -
Otto E. Hefneman.
Chatles Eple.. .. ,.... ..........
Anton Wolf.. ,........ ......?.
B. Vers tine.
B. Verstlne., ....... ..........
Mrs. S. J. Sargeast.,... ...... .........
J. O. Kelly ...
Mrs. Elizabeth-French ........
George G.Rahanser 348 66
Jesse Sharpe S48 59
Jesse bbarpe... 34 25
Barbara Negley eat...... 187iS0
Printing ordinances and notices....... 40 00
Printing viewer report . 27 00
Maklnzplan and servls:: notices t- 10 00
Viewers' time. :...,..,
KIrkwood, north sitie from Hiland avenue-
a Verstine (7). 58.75 feet,. 104
.Imu Rhlrn f221. 9S fMt. SJS 73
Jesse Sbarri (32r.35.94 feet 47SJ5-
GeorzeG.Rabauser(S2),3a94feet.... 478 15
Mrs. E. French (.H). 25 feet &2 73
J. CKellr (J2),25feet n 38 Ti
Cbis. F.Wllbar (19), 2L87feec 2S3 SO
A. Refmcr (19). 22 feet , 18 Ttl
A. IWatrjan, 44 Teet 37 bl
Andi8wReIihcr(18)(2QJSreet.t..i.... 1 77
Geo. itelmer (17J.195 feet...... IB 78
Cath. A. Davidson (25). 28.87 feet 373 65
Matilda G. Davlds-m (23), 2187 fctft.i. S73 55
Dr. A. J. Davis Ub). 3U.25 feet 388 49
Kdith M. Minor I2J1. 2IS foot.,.., 343 66
Kate R. Hill (28).32feet. 418 9K
Henry Behrenberg (19), 2a feet.,
Mrs. S. J. Sargeant (22). 7&5B feet.....
B. Verstine (22), 62 feet....
B. Verstine (221.-25 feet.,
Anton Wolf (22). 25 feet...
Charles Eple (19). 21.S7 feet;...,
OttoE. Heineman (22). 25 feet........
Patrick O'Connor (191. 3L12feet ...
James Caldwell (28). 'AM teet... ...... 343 1st
C.B.Beely().:areet....T ,,. w ?
Mary Ewine (). 22 foet.. .. 1 74
George Reimer (), 22 !;..,.; .- If 74
Vioesmt and Scott (1), lit feet....... H 7
Geo. R. and C. H. We!
TimortyJBarrett (M), 26
Sits. K. iiavnwn iaj, m.
Ur.A. J. lKtvts ivi.
Sauk M.Minor (), - is..r;:.-
M v Kate K. JHH ( wiSSTs?"'"'
J-M.Denholm(16),18feet ..V.SSaW 07
J. R. Mellon 117)46 feet. A3i-Ji4 01
r, . ..... . t3i
EDWARD JAY ALLENr 1
fHLH VY & 14.15. V'
TIMOTHY O-LEARY.Jn-f 6-7.!
f rrTSBTJBQ. October 17. 1889. i BI-81
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