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THE HTTSBiTEG DISPATCH, FKIDA JUKE 21, 1889.'
Closing Exercises Last flight of the
SEVERAL HOKOKAEI TITLES.
Elocutionary Contest for a Gold Medal at
the Cnrrj University.
INTERESTING THOUGH LENGTH! ETENT
The commencement exercises ol the Western
University for the class of '89 were held last
night at the Bijou Theater. A largo audience
was present. On the stage -were seated the
trustees of the university and the Graduates.
The latter for this year are J. a McGeagh, A.
C Davis, S. E. Hare. P. S. Miller. A. P. Hoff
man, C W. Johnson and J. H. Patterson.
The exercises were opened with prayer by the
Eev. Dr. W J. Holland. The salutatory was
given by J. & McGeagh. An oration, "The
Element? of Success." bT A. U. Davis, followed
S. E. Hare cave an oration on the "Benefits of
Machinery." and F. 8. Miller an oration on
Our Generation." "Steam and Other Motive
rowers' was the subject of an oration by A. F.
Hoffman. A philosophical oration on "The
Ultimate Form of Government"' was given by
C W. Johnson. The valedictory addresses
were made by F. S. Miller. G. H. Winslow,
Bachelor of Philosopbv. cave an oration for
the degree of Master of Philosophy. His sub
ject was "Electricity."
Following the orations Prof.M. B. Riddle
presented the literature prizes. The first pnze
was presented to V. A. Johnston, and the sec
ond prize to C F. Eagan. Chancellor M. B.
Goflf then proceeded with tne conferring of dc-
trees, xney were asiouows:
A. B. Joseph Samuel McGeagh, Frederick
Ph. B. Adam Clarke Davis, Samuel Edgar
Hare, Addison Frederick Hoffman, Charles Norris
C E. John Henrv Barrett.
A. M. Samuel Eckeburger Dun, of ISSfl;
Clarence Arthur Butler, oflsi-H.
Ph. M. George Herbert Winslow. of 1SS6.
Honorary Decrees D. D. Kev. John Gordon,
Omaha, Neb., of class or ISStS: Kev. William F.
Brown, Canonsburg, Pa.; Bev. B, D. fcprOull,
BrooUvn, N Y.
Ph. D. Berkev Hunter Patterson, l'ittsburg.
The exercises concluded with a benediction
by the Rev. D. J. Davis. The orations of the
graduates were well rendered and well re
ceived, and the affair was a very pleasing one.
During the evening a number of excellent
selections were given by the Gernert A
The Kins Gold Mednl Awarded at the Carry
University Last Evening;.
The annual elocutionary contest by tbeladies
of Curry University for the David B. King
gold medal, took place last night in the presence
of a large audience. The judges were Prof.
W. T. Noss, Principal of the Sharpsburg
schools; Mr. James Pershing, who won the
gold medal and S100 prize at Princeton College,
and Miss Maria Burress, who won the medal at
this school tw o years ago. She is at present
leading ladv for Frank Mayo. The umpire was
Rev. J. HRisk.
The regulations were that the contestants
should be undergraduates: that they should
enter a; their own option; choose their own
selections, and that no prompting be allowed.
The names of the contestants and their selec
tions were as follows, each contestant reciting
Miss Mildred F Kerr, "The First Settler'
Etory." "The Widow Commtskey."
Miss Clara Dawes. "The Wounded Soldier."
Asleep at the Switch."
Mibs ltebie btcvenson, "What the Clock Saw."
Miss Jennie L. Morgan, "Battle of Ivery."
Miss Hannah Baiter, "Poor House Sm.
Miss "Mary Nelson, "The rilot's Story." "Mr.
and Mrs. Bowser."
Miss Blanch Oswold, Potion scene "Borneo
and Juliet." "TheSlsters."
Miss Mary Avres, "The New Lochlnvar."
Closet scene "Hamlet "
MlssAnnleP. Mathews, Rlzpah." "The Sen
tinel or Mela."
"-Miss Lizzie Stamatz, "The Octoroon." "The
The contest lasted from 8 o'clock until after
U o'clock. The judges awarded the gold medal
to Miss Blanch Oswold for her recitation of the
"potion scene" from "Romeo and Juliet,"
although they said they did not like her second
selection, "Ihe Sisters." Honorable mention
was made of Miss Annie Matthews and Miss
Prof. 13. C. Garber enlivened the evening
with a banjo selection.
TRY MYSTERIOUS INDEED.
A Secret Society Applies to tbo Police for
Aid In a Man Search.
A committee from Duquesne Council 110,
Jr. 0. TJ. A. JL.yeEterdaj- called on In
spector McAleese and enlisted his aid in
learning what become of W. S. Fondersmith, a
member of that council, who has been myste
riously missing since last Sunday night. Fon
dersmith has been boarding at 2503 Penn ave
nue, his roommate being Joseph McCandless
On Sunday evening about 8 oclock Fonder
smith left McCandless; to visit his uncle, J. M.
Andrews, at 138 River avenue, Allegheny, say
ing he wonld meet McCandless again about 9
o'clock at the Union depot.
Fondersmith went to Andrews' home, bnt
was there informed that the latter was waittn"
on Montgomery avenue, and started for that
place. That m as the last seen or heard of him,
although every effort has been made by his
friends and the members of the council to
which he belongs.
Fondersmith is about 23 years of ace, of
medium height, lignt complexion, light mus
tache, and the third finger of his right hand is
missing. Be is said by his friends to be of un
usually punctual habits, never known to have
drank a drop of liqsor, having a particular
aversion to saloons. His home is near Erie,
but he has been working in a machine shop In
this city for three years.
A lew weeks ago be got into a dispute with
two men. and some of his friends recall that
now. as was aiso Known tnat he was accus
tomed to crossing the Fort Wayne railroad
bridge when visiting his Allegheny friends. It
is thought he may have been waylaid on the
bridge, and thrown into the river. Fonder
smith had laid ont his working clothes, already
to go to work lait Monday morning, and tak
ing all his characteristics into consideration,
his friends think they have good grounds for
fears of foul play.
Owen Was Acquitted.
George On ens, xhe principal witness in the
Alien mardcr trial, who was brought here from
Baltimore, and committed for alleged com
plicity in the murder, had a hearing yesterday
afternoon before .Magistrate Gripp. As there
was no evidence to show that Owens was in any
way connected with the murder of Hud Lee he
Fob a disordered liver try Beecham's Pills.
Peaks' Soap the purest and best ever made.
BtACK -StJkahs Special values in 24
inch blck surah silks at 75c, S5c, $1 and
H. 25- a yard, fully 25 per cent better values
uian any shown anywhere that we know of.
MWFsn Hucus & Hacks.
Just reeeived from the Anheuser-Busch
i u5s,brewery, a large supply of their
celebrated Budweiser beer, in both quarts
and pints. Por sale at G. W. Schmidt's,
Xos. 95 and 97 Fifth avenue, city.
Men's Ilnlf Uoie see Ihe Mow Window.
A wonderful variety 15 cents a pair up
to finest qualities cotton, lisle thread and
silk "fast black" 25c. and np.
JOS. HOKNE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
A PULL line of imported cigars, in boxes
of 25, 50 or 100, at prices to suit the pur
chaser. Wm. J. Friday,
WPSU 633 Smithfield street
86 40. Excursion to Cincinnati SO 40.
Tia Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Special
train leaves this evening at 10 o'clock.
French Robes The remaining stock of
our handsome French robes ajrain reduced
in prices to close quickly.
MWFStt H.UGUS & HaCKE.
Puee California port, sherry, angelica,
muscatel, at 50 cents per full quart, or one
dozen assorted at $5 CO, at Max Klein's.
Ark for The Alberts cirjar, 3 or 25c, or
?6 co per 100. Wm. J. Friday,
WESa 633 Smitbheld st.
;Guns, revolvers; catalogues free.
. j., J. H. JOHNSTOIT, 706 Smithfield st.
A MASONIC TEIDMPfl.
Facta About the Dedication of the Mew
Temple The Frogmiume List of ibe
Tonsti and the Tonstera The Guests.
The workmen engaged on the new Masonic
Temple are actively pushing forward the
completion of the building, while the trus
tees of the Masonic Fund Society are as busy
in completing the interior decoration and fam
ishment. The temple will be dedicated at high
noon on Monday, June 24, next, by the Grand
Lodge of Pennsylvania. The ofifcers of the
Grand Lodge participiting in the solemn cere
monies of the dedication will he:
Clifford P. McCalla. R. W. G. M., or Philadel
phia: Hon. J. Mmpson Africa, K. W. Deputv
Grand Master, of Huntingdon, fa.; Hon. Michael
Arnold. R. W. 8. O. W, or Philadelphia: Mathias
Henderson, K. W. J. G. W or Sharon. Pa.;
Thomas R. Patton, K. W. G. T., or Philadelphia:
Michael Nes bit. It. W. G. S., or lTilladelphia,and
Kt. Kev. Cortlandt W hltchead. D. D.. R. W.
Grand Chaplain, with the appointed officers of
the Grand x,odge from the different portions of
la the evening at 7 there will be a special
meeting of Lodgo 45 for the reception of the
officers of the Grand Lodge, to which all
Masons are cordially and lraternally invited.
Lodge 45 is the oldest lodge west of the Alle
gheny Mountains, being 104 years old, and is
one of the flourishing lodges of this district.
The exercises of the evening will be Interest
ing, and will he as follows:
Address. Welcome to Grand Officers........
A. B. Rutledge. W. M.
Besponse Cllnord 1 McCalla, R. W. G. M.
Address on behalf of Trustees or Masonic
Fund Society Geo. T. Oliver
Besponse on behalf of the Fraternity.
Geo. W. Guthrie
The music will be under the direction of
Prof. William H. Slack. The special feature
of the evening will be the dinner tendered to
the Grand Lodge, -which will take place imme
diately after the exercises of Lodge 45. and
will be held in the new banquet hall in the
temple. Over 300 covers will be laid. Tho
most nrominent men in Masonry in this and
other States will be present, the city and
Allegheny bcihg well represented. The toasts
and sentiments, and those who will respond,
are as follows:
OUB GUESTS ABSENT.
"Their letter may be this or that, lone or short.
it matters nothing, the heart 1 there."
Though absent, present In desires they be;
Our souls modi further than our eyes can see."
D. A. Stevenson, Secretary Lodge No. 45.
OUT. GUESTS r-KESEXT.
"Or many minds as to manv things, bnt one In
thought and purpose In loyal adherence to
the landmarks or Freemasonry."
W. C. Moreland, P. M., Lodge No. 535.
THE GRaXD LODGE OP PENNSYLVANIA.
May It abound In light and knowledge, deter from
error, ana succcssiuiivresistau innovations.
Clifford P. McCalla, It. W. G. M.
Tltl CriCRCH AND FREEMASONRY.
It does not assume to fill the place of the former,
but gives recognition to the one Eternal
God and Ills Immutable laws.
Kt. Kev. Cortlandt Whitehead, D. D., Grand
TnE WORKING MASTER MASON.
His work exhibits the beauty and glory of the
Hon. Michael Arnold, K. W. S. G. W.
THE JUDICIARY AND FREEMASONRY.
The Inst Jndge holds the scales with equal poise.
Freemasonry demands exact Justice for
each brother and all mankind.
Hon. F. II. Collier, P. M., Lodge No. 223.
The committee of arrangements for the re
ception at Lodge 45 and the dinner afterward
is composed of the following gentlemen: J. P.
Andrews. Chairman; Robert C. Patterson. Sec
retary: D. A. Stevenson, H. D. W. English. A.
B. Rutledge. John Benford, J. C. Aufbammer.
Geo R. Moore. John T. Fox and W. H. black.
A. U. Rutledge, Worshipful Master of Lodgo
45. will be seated at the head of tho guests'
table, while on his right and left will be the
present Grand Master Clifford P. McCalla,- of
Philadelphia, and Past Grand Master Joseph
Eichbanm, or this city. The other distin
guished guests will be arranged on either side,
while directly opposite the chairman will be
seated the toastmaster of the evening, W. C.
Treasurer Thompson Received Over 810,
000 for Flood Sufferers Yesterdny.
Tho money received by Treasurer "Wm. R.
Thompson for the Johnstown sufferers now
amounts to 646,7$) 15 the sura of 310,103 61
having come in yesterday. The contributors
Morrison, Cass & Co., $200 Hartle Bros.. (120.
Godfrev A Clark, ?1K. Uodfrcy A Clark's em
Jas. refers A Co.. f 100. ploycs, $52 50.
McElroy Co., f50. C. Dovlne, ?10.
A. C. Kerr. o. X. West Jfc Co., SO.
Detroit Sulphite Fiber Harney Paper Co.,
Co.. Detroit. S5. Wellsburg, W. Va.,
Stewart Paper Co., 110.
Jlrookvllle. Ind.. fZ. Miss Lottie E. Benleigh,
J.Kohler, Allegheny. ZT Men-port, K. I.. Si.
George H. MorrcII&Co., J. F. JlcCaughley, flO.
jen zorc r-a xjuisiea men, company
O. It. Etnelr, J5. O. Fourteenth United
J. 15. FlUglbbon, . btates Infantry, Port
Bemlnrton&Son, water- land. Ore., 111.
town. N. y.. p. MaxrJhennan. ft.
Louis Sherman, 50c Hugh J. McFJroy, Jr.,
V. Vlll, 50c 2.
S. Sawyer, 50c. Mrs. Uttenwcller, J2.
lugruzsircnKaDonB, fo. n. o. uiii, cz.
B. Hirsch. ZL
J. W. Stacev. S5.
Huch McKlroy. 50.
Employes of McElroy 4
u. t. Aurae, ii.
P i r s t Pre sbyterlan TV. Lorch, Lockport, N,
Church, SIS 50. Y., 15.
F. W. Leonard, Lock- F. F. Kinney, S5.
port, N. Y., flO. Carroll Club, East
II. E. Church. .Natrona. S21 75.
Pa.. f28 60. Entertainment, Clinton,
Dispatch Publishing Ind., fto.
Company (add), ?728 91. Crowel Lumber and
Citizens of J unction City, Grain Company, Blair.
Kan.. S195. Neb., 1174 j
Citizens of CentervlUc, Citizens of MunhalL
Iowa, ?88 53. Mich., S84 52.
Citizens ofGrand Rapids, College Chnrch, TVhea-
Mlch.. S185. ton. III., ts 63.
ProceeJs concert, Ash-MaquoVeta. Iowa,Publlc
land, Ky.. S3T8 00, School, HI.
Bunalo. N.Y., per Ex-Citizens of IronMonn-
press, fSS 69. tain, Mich., S313 25.
Citizens or Atlantic City Citizens or Albany. N.
(add) $1,000, Y., (add) S4.500. "
Mission Church. Ama- Entire proceeds of tab-
zonla. Mo.,tiE7. leaux Riven in Wash-
Citizens of Troy, N. Y., lncton, D. C, by
Church, Memphis, (11
Tuna Lodge 1122, K. and
I.. IL. Kendall Creek,
inu( v"- iuisu Aismie ana
Frederic Leech, Ab
ble and Edith McCam
mon. Helen Steele and
Bessie Ashton, S19.
Flrat .National Bank,
First Presbyterian Ch'h,
West Newton. Pa.. Citizens of Lnninvmn'
,, .Miiiugiuii, ii 93UU.
?I50. Mich., (432,46.
Citizens or Galesburg, M. E. Church, South
III.. rl2.R0, Webb Citv.Mo., S54.77.
Citizens of German H1IL little Helen MacCol-
Forest Co.,Pa.. f3L llns.Bramwell.'W.Va..
A. B. Wilson, Henry, 12,10. ".
A CHURCH'S EE0PJ5NIXG."
The Second Nlcht of nn OT. E. Fete Week in
The second nicht of the'Butler Street M. E.
Church's re-opening week was a great success.
The exercises last evening, were under the aus
pices of the Society of Christian Endeavor. It
was called "a younj: peoDle'a meeting," but
many old people were in attendance, too. The
services were interesting, the programme in
cluding literary and musical exercises. There
is much talent In the society of this church.
The third night of the fete week will be the
occasion of the opening of the new $4,000 grand
organ this evening. The programme, which is
mainly for an orgin recital, is as follows:
L Torchlight March
Mr. David D. Wood,
The eminent organist or St. btcphen's P. E.
Church. Philadelphia, Pa.
2. CantlquePour .Noel D'Aaams
Mr. H. B. Brockett.
Lately returned from European Conservatories
3. Andante rroin Symphony No. 3 Mozart
Mr. David I). Wood.
4. La Serenata Kosslnl
Mrs. Emma Wolfe (nee Blnglerl and Mr. H. B.
5. Extemporization Better
Mr. Carl Better, ."er
Director May Festival chorus: organist at Syna
gogue, Eighth street, city, and Calvary P.
E. Church, East End, cltv.
6. My Redeemer and My Lord Dudley Buck
Mrs. Emma Wolfe.
Pupil of Madam Holla.
7. Minuet and Chorus Handel
Mr. D. D. Wood.
8. Barcarola Gounod
Mrs. Emma Wolfe and Mr. H. B. Brockett
fi (a. Serenade Beethoven
Jo. Overture, Seinlramide Rossini
Sir. Uavld D. Wood.
'William K. McComsey, Accompanist.
Organist or the First English Lutheran Church.
CHANGING THE BOLES.
The Snb-Committee oflhc County Repnbll.
can Committee Will Act To-Morrow.
The committee appointed by the Republi
can County Executive Committee to revise
the rules which were adopted at the first
meeting was to have met j esterday afternoon,
but failed to get a quorum. The committee
consists of John Gripp, Walter Lyon, William
German, and William Flinn as ex-offlcio mem
ber. Mr. Lyon and Mr. Flinn could not be
present, and. therefore, it was decided to try
and get a meeting ot the committee on Satur
The rule which is most objectionable to the
opponents of the new rules is that concerning
the changes in representation in countv con
ventions. Instead of having delegates from
each voting precinct.it was decided to have
representation by Legislative districts. The
idea was to cut down the number of delegates,
as S48 members of a convention makes it iin
wieldy. The opposition claims that the new
rule cuts oil representation. There is so much
opposition to the new arrangement that some
change will certainly be made, but what it will
be is not yet known.
An Idea of What May be Learned
in an Aqnatic Conservatory.
THAT PROPOSED IN WEST PARK.
Superintendent Hamilton Talked of it in a
General Way Yesterday.
WHAT THE NEW BUILDING WILL BE LIKE
The last princely gift of Henry Phrpps, Jr.,
to Allegheny City; an -aqnatic conservatory,
must be studied a while to be appreciated. A
few people favorably situated on the seashore,
with luxuriant flora on hand, live and die with
as little appreciation of their surroundings as
does the hog who eats acorns under the tree,
without ever giving a thought as to their
origin at least, some snppose the hog to bo
thus insensate bnt to the cultivated person
living in the city, where his senses are starved,
even the lichens.on the stone nail are of price
less value. There are thousands of people
within 20 -miles of Pittsburg who daily tread
under their feet beautif nl forms of en dozens,
acrozens and thallofzens (sedges, grasses, ferns,
liverworts and mosses) without ever giv
ing thorn a thought except as to their
commercial value. They may know that
Whcre the copsewood Is the greenest,
tVhere the fountain glistens shecnest.
Where the mountain dew lies longest,
There the L. dry F. grows strongest;
bnt they don't care for that. They regard a
venerable oak, aged but still sound and full of
life, as worth so many dollars, and they have
no other regard for it. Not long since in a vil
lage on the Pittsburg and Lake Erie Railway,
not a dozen miles from the city, a man well on
toward three score and ten, sold an oak to a
vandal sawmill owner for $5, notwithstanding
that tree had shaded bis cradle and was a thing
of beauty and a Joy to all people of taste in tbo
vicinity. He was a rich man, too, and didn't
need the money.
CULTUKE AND PEOFIT COMBINE.
There is something more than a mere senti
ment of love for the beautiful in nature, though
that should be sufficient, to be gained by culti
vating public taste. Did our people love beauty
more and dollars less, we should not now ho
mourning so much disaster either from drouth
or flood as has been experienced in the last ten
years, and nave naa mure aouars to dooc
SuperintendentHamiltonstatesthat a promi
nent feature in the new conservatory will be
water lilies, red, yellow, blue and pink.
The Victoria Regia throws out stems
and leaves 20 feet long. Most aquatic
plants are cryptogamous (flowerless),
and all make interesting studies.
They are also of economic and commercial
value. The Fungi, though they grow in the
shape of mushrooms, toad-stools,- mold, mildew,
smut, rust, dry rot and blight, are related to
the algse. The latter include both fresh and
salt water plants, chiefly the latter. Tbey num
ber thousands of species and range from micro
scopic cells floating on water to vast submarine
forests. Oftbealgre it is said that "in the
lowest forms some of these celular plants ap
proach so nearly the boundarv between vege
table and animal life, that it is impossible to
tell where the one ends and the other begins."
The green runcous that collects on stones con
stantly moistened by water is-of the lowest
form. Something nearly related covers the
Red Sea and from its color gives the name.
IN THE AQUATIC CONSERVATOBTT
in Allegheny will be propagated the lace plant,
beautiful, but flowerless. Something in some
respects similar, bnt on an immense scale, is
found in theNorth Sea, and near the Orkneys
it forms meadows throngh which it is difficult
to force a boat. This thread-like species grows
from 30 to 1,000 feet or. more in lrnzth. and
from the thickness of a thread to that of a
man's arm. The Sargasso, or gulf weed, mats
so thickly the middle of the Atlantio that it
retards passing vessels. At a short distance
away it seems sufficiently substantial to walk
upon. The Stnrasso Sea is said to be equal to
the area of tho Mississippi valley.
A volume might be written respecting the
beauties of algal study and hence the import
ance of stimulating it by meansof the conserva
tory offered by Mr. Phipps. The results may
be further reaching than we can even conceive.
As has been alreadv stated the buildings
will cover 5,000 square iter. One will be 40x60
feet and 18 feet high, ani two will each be 20x
50 feet and 12 feet high, with a connection be
tween the present house and the new one 20x23
leer, in general the architecture will Do me
same as that of the present structure and will
add mncb to the already beautiful park in
which these conservatories are located.
Rinse the waste pipes and disinfect every
suspicions place with Piatt's Chlorides.
Pittsburg and Lake Erie Railroad.
Pullman car between Pittsburg and Lake
wood (Lake Chautauqua). Commencing
June 20. a Pullman car will leave Pittsburg
on the 4:10 P, M. train, daily except Sun
day, arriving at Lakewood at 1036 p. m.,
and Jamestown 10:45 P. 21. Returning, the
car will leave Jamestown at 10:55 p. M., ar
riving in Pittsburg at 630 A. if. Tourist
tickets are now on sale.
Forget-JIe-Noia and Gipsy Bine
New and pretty. Delicate shades of enamel,
solid cold, but inexpensive, only $1 50 to
2 50. New style gipsy rings set with gar
net, sapphire, emeralds and rabies at same
price. Call at E. P. Roberts & Sons. They
nave so many dainty novelties for summer.
Don't SIIss Seelne the Lnce Curtnln Bar
sain, 75 cents a pair the kind yon generally
pay twice or more than that for finer styles
also at half price.
Jos. BTorne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Don't come to town to buy a gun. Jnst
write for our illustrated catalogue. You
can make your selection. Order by letter,
and we will send by express c. o. d., privi
lege to examine. Address J. H. Johnston,
Great Western Gun Works, 706 Smithfield
500 Engravlnga Given Away Free, Free,
One 22x28 engraving given with every
P uchase at Treganowan's picture store.
Picture frames, engravings, etchings, etc.
Iiife size crayon portraits, 25x30, for $6 00.
Now is your time, improve it. 152 Wylie
ave. WFSu .
TAYLOR & DEAN'S.
203 and SOS Market Street,
Is headquarters for adjustable window
screens, which will fit any window. Price
from 30c to 50c each. Also for fencing of
every description. eod
Two Bargain Counters Embroideries and
Right adjoining be sure and see them when
in the store fine goods at one-half.
Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
To Former Student of Carry University.
Please notice that date of annual excur
sion ;to Rock Point is Monday next, June
24, leaving Union station at 9 a. m. mfssu
Freight for the Enst.
The Allegheny "Valley Railroad is pre
pared to lorward promptly shipments of
lreight for New York, Boston and New
Excnrslon to Johnstown, Sunday, Jnne 23.
Via the Baltimore and Ohio R. R., $2 35
round trip. Train leaves at 8a, m., city
Tomer Excnrslon to Cincinnati
This evening, via Baltimore and Ohio Rail
road; rate, $6 40 the round trip. Special
train leaves at 10 o'clock.
New York and Chicago Limited.
The Pennsylvania Railroad announces
that, commencing Monday, June 24, the
New York and Chicago limited train will
Removal sale, the building to be re
placed with a handsome new structure.
Barcains in carpets, curtains, linoleum,
etc G. W. Snamak,
mwfs 136 Federal st, Allegheny.
Bbst 51 CO per doz. cabinet photos in the'
city.- Panel picture with each doz. cabinets.
Lies Popular Gallery, 10 and 12
Sixth st. sumwp
THE MONTH OF WJSDDIN6S,
Two Notable Nuptial Events In the City
The wedding of -Hiss Laura D. Zimmerman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zimmerman, to
Mr. J E. Good, of Cleveland, took place in the
East End last evening.
Kev, George Hodges performed the cere
mony at 530, in the Calvary Episcopal Church.
The church was filled with admiringirlcnds of
the contracting parties. The interior of the
church was beautifully decorated with an ex
uberance nf flowers and tho vestry was he
decked with most becoming floral taste.
One feature ont of the usual rnn of charcn
weddings, was the absence of bridemaids,
there being only a maid of honor, the intimate
of Mrs. Good, Miss Stella Hayes. As Prof.
OUtings played a beantifnl wedding march the
hridal partv entered, five ushers, Messrs. R. O.
Enright. Cleveland, O. A. Lacy, Tlcdo; John
Jenkinson, F. Goddard, Charles Zebling, Dr.
"W. "W. Blair and best man, J. Russell, leading,
followed by the maid of honor and tho bride
leaning on the arm of her father. She was
dressed in white silk and faille, trimmed with
Valenciennes lace, embellished by pearl orna
ments. After the ceremonywas over a congratulatory
recentlon and banauet was held at the beautl-
J f ul residence of Mr. Zimmerman, on Dennlston
avenue, where every reiresnment lmaginaoie
was set forth, supervised by Chef Sichteiman,
of the Duquesne Club, assisted by his corps of
Toerge's orchestra discoursed an unbroken
line of mnsic during the reception, which add
ed to the happiness and gayety of the occasion.
The groom is a popular young business man
of Akron, O., and many of his friends attended
The presents which were displayed in an
upper room were magnificent.
The couple, after receiving kisses and good
wishes, lefc for the East to spend their honey
moon, after which a residence will be taken up
in Akron, O.
Very unostentatious was the wedding of Mr.
Charles T. Manning and Miss Marian Scully, at
the residence of John D. Scully, Marion station,
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, last evening at f
o'clock. It was a home wedding, and only
relatives and intimate friends were present.
Rev. D. J. Devlin, of St. Stephen's, performed
the ceremony. As maid of honor and best man.
Miss Bertha Scully and W. T. Manning acted
The Scully homestead was beautifully
adorned in and outside with a profusion of
flowers, and the wedding was characterized by
the sensible simplicity in every detail.
ino nriae is so wen Known personally tnat
no dosenption is necessary. Her wedding
attire consisted of white silk, brocaded, and
satin trimmed in Duchess lace, wearing pearl
The groom is a prominent young Balti
morean, son of tho late C. P. Manning, chief
civil engineer of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail
road. The wedding gifts were very elaborate, one
in particnlar, being the silver'set presented by
the road department of the Baltimore and Ohio
company. A grand dinner was served, after
which the couple left on a special train for the
East, to remain ten days. They will take up a
residence here subsequently.
X. X. X. 1853, Pure Rye "Whisky, fall
quarts $2 00
I860, McKim's Pure Rye Whisky,
lull quarts 3 00
Monogram, Pure Rye "Whisky, full
qnarts 1 75
Extra Old Cabinet, Pure Rye Whisky,
lull quarts 1 50
Gibson's, 1879, Pure Rye Whisky, full
QUI k fcS 2 U J
Gibson's Pure Rye Whisky, full
quarts 1 50
txuckenheimer Pure Rye Whisky, full
Giickenheimer Export, Pure Rye Whis
ky, full quarts 1
Moss Export, Pure Rye Whisky, full
1879 Export, Pure Rye Whisky, full
1880 Export, Pure Rye Whisky, full
quarts 1 00
Por sale by G. W. Schmidt, Nos. 95 and.
97 Fifth ave.
Pnre Kyo Whisky.
XXX 1852, Private Stock JZ'OO
XXX 1870, Choice Old Cabinet. 1 50
Choice Old Gibson 2 00
1879 Gibson 150
Guckenheimer Sublime 175
Guckenheimer Pure Rye 1 00
Large's Old Rye 150
Superior Y, Overholt 125-
XXXX Old Monongahela 100
Full quarts, case or gallon.
Wm. J. Friday, 633 Smithfield street
BInck Dreaa Gooda In Summer Weights
Or really of no perceptible thickness
Mousselines, nun's veilings, mohairs, bril
liantines, Hernanis some extra values
50 cents and upward.
Jos. Horne Ss Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Is displayed in making wise selections.
Such selections can best be made from the
largest stock. This can be found in the line
of baby carriages, bicycles, girls' tricycles,
bovs' velociDedes. bovs' wardens, b.illn hats.
hammocks, lawn swings, fireworks, torpe-
uoes, crackers, etc. w noiesaie and
at James W. Grove's, Fifth avenue.
Solid Gold Stick Pins. SI,
51 25, $1 50 to $3. A lovely assortment.
Many enamel and set with pearls. All new
designs. See them at E. P. Roberts & Sons,
corner Fifth avenue and Market street.
1,200 Tarda Finest Scotch Ginghams by
For the 25-cent gingham counter come to
day to get your choice.
Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
La Perln del Fnmar.
These celebrated clear Havana Key "West
Clears are for sale at:
Hotel Duquesne, Hotel Anderson.
St. Charles Hotel, Albemarle Hotel.
Union Depot Restaurant. .,
John Lauler, 3799 Fifth ave.
Peter A. Ganster, 35 and 37 Frankstown
John P. Ganster, 27 Frankstown ave.
Peter Weber, 76 Wylie ave.
John C. StrotiD, 25 Union st,
E. W. Hagan.' 609 Smithfield st
Neville Bayley, 405 Smithfield st
J. K. Derr, 400 Market st
P. C. Dufly. 540 Grant st
E. F. Rusch, 3716 Forbes st.
linhart, Bald & Co., 411 Smithfield st
Charles Eble, 6009 Penn ave.
G. W. Schmidt, 95 and 97 Fifth ave.
I have a complete line of clarets, Rhine,
Burgundy, Sauterne, Hungarian and Ma
deira wines from $5 to 541 per case.
William j. Friday,
"Vvfsu 633 Smithfield street
Everybody wants the best for their money.
Then why not go where you can get abso
lutely all colored fireworks as cheap as
plain goods are sold elsewhere. We have
them. James W. Grove,
Black Cashmeres Our grades of 46
inch .wide black cashmeres at 50c, 65c, 75c,
85c and 51 a yard are acknowledged the
best values ofiered in the city.
mwpsu Huous & Hacke.
Ass for the
56 60 per 100.
Alberts cigar, 3 for 25c, or
Wm. j. Friday,
633 Smithfield st.
Hospitals use it; physicians recom
mend It Klein's Silver Age. mwfs
Wm. J. Friday's Marie cigars are very
fine; 3 for 25c. 633 Smithfield st. wran
Many aches and pains yield promptly to
Parker's Ginger Tonic, Try it.
Parker's Hair Balsam will save your hair.
Lace Curtains Many lots of which
we have from )f to 3 pairs, each style only,
will be sold at very much under value to
close. Huous & Hacks.
-Hospitals useit; physicians recom
mend it Klein's Silver Age. mwfs
K3Dirplay advertisement! one dollar per
tquare or one insertion. Classified advertise
ment on this page nich as Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, f(x, ten cents per line for each inser
Uon, and none taken for lest than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branoh Offices have been
established at the folio-wing plaoes,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 0 P. M. for Inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts wlthTniDls
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, S3u0 Butler street.
FJIIIj 6 STUCKET, Mth street and Penn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY & CO., Wylie ave, and Fulton St.
N. STOKELY. Fifth Avenue Market House.
J- TV. TVALliACE. 6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTEK & SHElBI,EK,5th av. & Atwood St.
JACOB SPOHN, No. 2Carson street.
CHAS. SCHTTABM, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAERCHEK, 60 Federal street.
H. J. McllRIDF, Federal and Ohio street.
FEED H. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. P. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Westernand Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PERRY M. GLEIM. Hebeccaand Allegheny ayes.
"TTTANTED-2 PATTERS MAKERS. APPLY
VV at JACOB H. JONES', 2410 Penn ave.
"VTTANTED-A TRAVELING AGENT-GENT
,JV or lady: for full Information call on ELLA
M. NEWTON, 12 Sixth St. Je21-68
"TTTANTEU DOLLY CHAIN MAKER AND
VV helper. BAKER CHAIN 4 WAGON
MIQ. CO., Allegheny, Pa. JeJl-70
"VXTANTED-A COACHMAN FOR LIVERY-
i n one nni soner ana experienced need a
toT. B. MORELAND, 6100 Penn ave., .Last End
WTANTED AN EXPERIENCED YOUNG
TV man to work in a grocery store: reference
required. Apply at 350 BEAVER AVE., Alle
Kheny City. Je21-39
WANTED-TWO FIRS'l -CLASS TINNERS
cood wages paid. Apply to SAMUEL SIL
BERSTE1N. 7127 Grazier street, near Homcwood
ave.. East End. jezl-34
Tfr ANTED TWO GOOD STRAP-SADDLE
T makers, three lacers and two stitchers for
fine work: none bnt first-class workmen need ap
ply. GILLIAM M'F'G. CO., Canton, O. JcS-71
TrANTED-SUME LIVE AGENTS TO SELL
TV our new Installment' goods; good pay
weekly: only those with good reference need ap
ply. UNION CREDIT CO., 103 Fourth ave.
"ITrANTEO-GENTLEMEN TO A1TEND N.
VV Y. Cutting School. No. Ml Wood St.:
Urllng's actual measurement system taught in ali
Its branches; the only true system fitting any and
all shapes: instructions 10 A. H. to 4 r. jr.; even
lngs 7 to 9 p. M. ; call or write for circular.
YTTANTED- MAN-TO TAKE AGENCY OP
V our safes; size 28x18x18 Inches: weight 500
lbs.: retail price S35; other sizes In proportion: rare
chance to create permanent business at home:
these safes meet demand never berore supplied by
othersafe companies, as we are not governed by
the Safe Pool. ALPINE SAFE CO., Cincinnati, O.
TyANTED-AN ENERGETIC MAN WHO
TV has or ran control 81,000; this will procure
a well-paying position ($1 per day) as well as a
handsome dividend on tne fnvestment,at the same
time gives a chance to learn a trade that will ever
no a life-long benefit: any one wishing to estab
lish a son In business this fs a chance seldom met
with. Full information of T. O. BEOWN &, CO.,
CO Fourth ave. Je21-71
TTJANTED-LIVE AGENTS ALL OVERCAM
T r BhIA and surrounding counties to sell this
memorial of the greatest calamity of modern
times, "The Johnstown Horror, or the Valley of
Death;" 500 pages, inlly Illustrated: hundreds of
this book are being sont to all parts of the world.
For outfits, terms and territory apply to P. J.
FLEMING CO., 77 Diamond st,, Dispatch Build
ing, Pittsburg, Pa. )e!5-7S
WANTED-A GOOD, SOBER HOLDER TO
take charge ot a machine and Jobbing foun
dry, a short distance from the cltv, making from
three to five tons or castings daily, furnish all labor
and make castings byithe ton; nonebnt energetic,
determined and competent men need apply; must
give good reference; to the right man this is a
good opening. Address FOUNDRY, Dispatch or
flce, with fnll address and reference. Je2l-68
VTrANTED-A GOOD COOK IN SUBURBS
near ino city; good wages. Apply at 77
-TTTANTED-A GOOD STRONG NURSE GIRL;
TV Protestant; one who can take charge of an
Infant at night. Address J. 9. C, Dispatch office.
WANTED-A PRACTICAL HOTEL COOK;
mdst be a woman notover mlddleage;a
woman who can give satisfaction can have a
steady situation at good wages. Address D. MA
GAW, New Brighton, Pa. jel9-97
Male and Female flelD.
WANTED-AT ONCE GERMAN MAN FOR
hotel kitchen, 10 farm hands, 1 dressmaker,
10 per week : hotel cooks and assistants, waitresses
and dishwashers, 200 house girls, cooks and cham
bermaids, H per week. MEEHAN'S, 545 Grant st.
TIVE. male or female. In every community:
goods staple: household necessity ; sell at sight: no
peddling; salary paid promptly, and expenses ad
vanced. Full particulars ana valuable sample
case free: we mean Just what we siy. Address at
once STANDARD blLVEUWABE CO., Boston.
TTTANTED--A POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER
VV for a widower; can give first-class refer
ences. Address MRS. L. Z. Dispatch office.
TTANTED A CORPORATION HAVING A
ii monopoly In a business making 80 per cent
firofit and no credit given, having more business
han they can handle without more hclpand capi
tal, would sell a half or quarter Interest In differ
ent States and In large cities in Europe to men of
push and small capital of from 2,000 to 3,000: a
big return guaranteed yearly: can rerer to the
solid men of Boston for evidence of the great sup
port receiving In this section, whrre it is now
making its first start In the world: references re
quired. L. P. CO., P. O. box 2250, Boston, Mass.
Roams. Houses. Etc.
-1YTANTED-TO RENT-A HOOSE OF SEC OR
V seven rooms in the Twentieth ward, not
more than 15 minutes walk from the new cemetery
gate. Penn ave. Address JOHN LORNE, Dis
patch office. Je21-27
WANTED BY SINGLE GENTLEMAN,
room and board outside or city and con
venient to railroad station. Address B. A. X.,
Dispatch office. Je20-10
WANTED MORTGAGES. LARGE AND
small. ED W1XT1SH, 410 Grant st. Pltts-hnrg-
TTTANTED-MORTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
TT, in sums to suit at H 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 1M Fourth ave. Tei. 1S7.
TTTANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP-
ir larre, over ftcoo; 4 per cent: no tax.
82 Fourth avenue.
"TTTANTED-RENTS COLLECTED PROMPT
V. LY: property managed with satisfaction.
ALLES ft BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
WANTED-AT 5 PER CENT, MORTGAGES
In large or small amounts on Improved cltv
property. W. A. HERRON & bONSi 80 Fourth
in large and small amounts at 4j, SandS
K'.ceiii, iree oi aiaie tax; no aeiay.
COYLE & CO., 131 Fourth ave.
WANTEO-TO LOAN MONEY ON MORT-
i GAGES on Improved real estate In sums of
500 and upward at 4. i and percent. L. O.
RAZIEtt. Forty-fifth and Butler sts. Jo21-36-FSu
WANTED-TO LOAN S500,000. IN AMOUNTS
of S3, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4 percent, tree of tax: also smaller
amounts at 6 and 6 per cent. BLACK & BAIRD,
85 i ourth avenue. se2l-d2S-D
TTTANTED MORTGAGES fl, 000,000 TO LOAN
TV on city and suburban properties at 4K, 5and
6 per cent, and on larmi In Allegheny and aaja
cent counties at 6 per cent. 1. iLPENNOCKft
bON, 105 Fourth avenue. ap7-f4l
WANTFD-TO LOAN 1200,000 ON MOBT-
GAGES: tlOO and upward at 6 ner cent:
500,000 at 4J per cent on residences or business
Iv-rtf1-11' o in auioimng
FRENCH, 125 Fourth avenue?
counties, s. H.
ANTED-LADIES TO KNOWHAUGH &
lveenAn rn&lr. reflntah sir i,rthn1tr aIH
furniture promptly and In the best possible man-
a a au 34 water ST. 'Phone 1625. myo-s2
-rrTANTED-BUYEBS FOR LARGE. LEVEL,
IT beautifully shaded lots, overlooking the Oblo
river, on line of railroad and proposed electric
street railway. In the midst of schools, churches,
stores, fine roadways, elegant surroundings, at
Groyeland: iree excursion on steamer Mayflower,
leaving Monongahela wharf, loot of Wood st.,
8:30 sham, Saturday morning, Jnne fi: returning,
arrive at fip, x,; mnsle aboard; lunch at noon,
nnder the shade of magnificent forest trees on the
ground; come with your wife and children; free
tickets now ready; call for them at office of May
flower. WILSON, BAILEY A CO.. 118 Water St.:
at sOMERS BROS. A CO.. 839 Liberty St., or at my
office. CHAS. HOMERS, J13 Wood st. Jel9-H
WANTED-TO TRADE A GOLD WATCH
worth $33 for a horse, or will give or take.
Address HOME, Dispatch QHlcc. Jen-61
WANTED-CUSTOMEKS FOR DIAMONDS,
Cold and silver watches, marble clocks, sil
verware, etc., at II per week upward, atlJO"ed
eral st Allegheny. J.MITSCH. Jcl5-MWFSU
WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGKAFHER, W Fifth avenne. Pittsburjr.
and 43 lederal ftlrit Al!fM,nv t.vrvhnriv tn
know that he is making line cabinets at fl SO per
dozen: photos delivered when promised: instan
WANTED-ANY ONE WANTING A HAND
SOMELY engraved 14-karat, gold-MIed,
hunting-case watch, stem wind and set, guaran
teed for 20 years; Joints, bow, crown, lips all solid
gold: IS extra Jewels: 4 pairs In cap settlntrs;
spring compensation balance, quick train, safety
pinion; all latcit improvements; at a low price on
easy payments. Address LOCK BOX Ml, Pitts
burg P. O.. and I will call and show same; corre
sponde neo strictly conndcntlal. Je20-7
FOR BALE laiPHOYED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-NO. 43 LINDEN ST.. S1XTII
ward, near Chestnut, 7 rooms only 83,000. W.
A HERROIJ & SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE NO. 30 BLUFF ST.." SIXTH
ward A good house of S rooms; price low.
Vr . A. HEHHON & SONS, 80 Fourth ave. ,
FOR SALE-CHEAP-DOWN TOWN PKOP-
ERTV; corner Ross and First avenues. For
full information sec W. A,
SO fourth ave.
HEKRON & SONS,
FOR SALE-S2.250-ON CLAY bT. AND A. V.
R. Ii near Forty-ninth St., Inst opposite
Crescent Steel Works, 2 frame dwellings, in good
repair, now renting ror S300: at terms to snlt.
TfaOMAS M'CAFFREY, 3oS Butler st. Je20-65
Ertst End Residences.
FORSALE-AT S7C0-GOOD HOUSE S ROOMS
on Atwood near Forbes st. W. A. HERRON
ASONS, 80Fourthave. JelS-73-17,19,21,54,27,29
FOR SALE-SOUTH HILAND AVE., E. E..
a rare opportunity: an elegant new brick
house of 8 rooms; all conveniences; well worth
S3.500: will sell for S7.5C0 on terms to suit. D. P.
THOMAS CO., 408 Grant St. Jel3-S3
FOR SALE-?2,700-GROSS ST., TWENTIETH
ward, three minutes' walk to statlob. new
frame dwelling. S rooms, finished attic, hall, ves
tibule. Inside shutters, front and rear porches,
well finished all through: lot 21x100 feel; terms
easy. L. O. FRAZIER, Forthy-flfth and Butler
sts. - Je2l-38-FSU
-FTIOR SALE-NEW FRAME QUEEN ANNE
X1 dwelling, 6 rooms, 2 attic rooms, reception
hall,, bath, inside w. c. hot and cold water, rear
stairway, front and rear porches. Mate mantels,
laundry, slate roof, etc.; lot 37.x133 feet to alley;
convenient to Shadysldc station: price Koooj e-uy
terms; Immediate possession. L. O. FRAZIER,
Forty-fifth and Butler sts. Je2l-s-F6u
FORSALE-A NEW6-ROOM QUEEN ANNE
frame dwelling; reception halt, vestibule,
batb, h. and c. water, inside w. c, nat, and arti
ficial gas. finished attic, slate mantels, stone
hearths. Inside shutters, front and rear porches;
lot36xll9ft.; only 3 minutes from Hoop station,
P. R, It.; possession at once: price (5.500: terms
very reasonable. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO.,
S3 Bourth ave. J20-95
AVE.. E. E.. 5 MIN-
ju utes' walk from
Llbertv stitlon. a hand
some, modern style 2-story select brick dwelling,
8 rooms, finished attic, reception hall, batb. Inside
shutters and w. c, slate and marble mantels, tile
hearths, front and rear porches, natnral gas, elec
tric lights, etc.:lot24xU0to alley, or will sell ad
ditional lot If desired: a bargain. SAMUEL W.
BLACK CO., 99 Fourth ave. JeIS-89-Turs
property (over one acre): 6 minutes' walk
from Filth avenue and directly on line of new
cable loop: with large 2-story and mansard frame
dwelling, 12 rooms, ball In renter, bath, range,
etc. : also good stable and carriage house: the en
tire lot covered with fruit, shade and beautiful
natnral forest trees: will sell for at least S3). ono,
within one year; possession at once. SAMUEL
W. BLACK 4 CO., 99 Fourth ave. jeil-52 ,
J70R SALE-SHADE. ROOMINESS AND OUT
! LOOK are features to consider In buying
residence property; these and many other ad
vantages are possessed by the elegant and com
modious new houses upon Oakland square, whtch
Is one of the most attractive neighborhoods In
the city; only fifteen minutes' from the heart of
the city, vet with all the attractions ot the conn
try; dwellings finished In the neatest and most
durable manner; streets paved with asphalt and
sewered: natural and artificial gas: fronting on
handsome park planted with shade trees: new
cable loop (for which ordinance Is in Councils) to
go within 100 feet of the square: price of houses,
standing on lots 30x100, (6,600; terms, moderate,
cash payment, remainder upon long time; most
beautiful district of the city and convenient to all
parts. Apply to SAMUEL TV. BLACK 4 CO.. 99
Fourth avenue. my!2-71
FOR SALE-NEXT TUESDAY AT AUCTION,
on the premises, at 2:30 o'clock P. M.. No. 174
North ave. W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth
OK SALE-IONA STATION. A. V. H. B..
new modern frame dwelling. 8 rnomx.
Porches, front and rear stalrwav. well nn retr
poreb, slate roof and convenient to station; lot.
v.xiou ieeif price ri.uu; very easy terms. 1- o.
FRAZIER. JFortj-fifth and Butler sts. Je2I-38-rsu
JD P., Ft. W. C. R. R., embracing between 4
and 5 acres of land on which Is a dwelling of 11
rooms, lee house, wash room, large stable, car
riage honse and several outbuildings; land Is cov
ered with bearing fruit trees and large shade trees:
dwelling and stable are supplied with delicious
sprint; water, and heated and Illuminated with
gas atreasonabIeexpense;prem!sesare connected
with R. R. by board walk, and are unsurpassed in
beauty and bealthrnlness of location; will be sold
quite low. J. MSTONER, 22 Bakewell Building.
FOR SALE LOTS.
East End Lots.
FOR SALE A CHOICE LOT ON AMBER
street,' 'Banm Grove Plan," 40 feet wide,
which can be sold for M0 front foot; must be sold
qjilfjUy. MELLON BROS.. E. E., or JOHN F.
BAXTER, Agent, S12 Smithfield street.
TTIOR SALE-THINK OF
THIS BUY -VOTTR-
loL 40X137. Bank of Commeree Addl.
tlon, Brushton station, and have your own home,
no cltv taxes; broad streets and alleys: sidewalks:
excellent neighborhood; only good house can be
built. Call for particulars. JOHN P. BAXTER,
Agent. 612 Smithfield street. Jels-ssvrur
FOR SALE-LARGE EAST END BUILDING
sites; this magnificent residence place Is situ
ated on Linden ave., near Penn-ave.: the eleva
tion Is one of the finest in the city, commanding
an excellent view of the beautiful Liberty Valley,
convenient to P. R. R. and cable lines: the prices
being only S25 and S30 per foot front, make it very
desirable property In price as well as location.
Call at office for plan.- BLACK L BAIRD, 95
Fourth ave. Je7-6.7,8,10,I2,14,17,19,21,24,2S,28
IOR SALE FINE BUILDING LOT AT JL
JP bargain, on Avery st., Allegheny, near parks.
W. W. MoNElLL&BRO., 105 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues and Lombard street. Allegheny, In
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply toJOSEPHMCNAUUHER, 43 N. Diamond St.
OR SALE-SPLENDID BUILDING LOTS IN
Second ward. Allegheny, convenient to street
cars, at lowest prices and easiest terms; buy now
and have a home of your own In desirable locality.
W. W. MCNEILL &BBO., 105 Fourth ave. Je2u-1
and good lot 25x90 feet, with side entrance.
No. 10 Greenwood avenne, near Beaver avenue.
Allegheny, 10 large and commodious rooms, with
bstb, w. c, natural gas: all In prime order
throughont: to be sold at pnhlic sale on Monday,
July l. at 2 o'clock p.m., on the premises: peremp
tory sale. Terms from J AS. W. DRAPE & Co.,
123 Fourth avenue, Plttshnrg. JcI9-33-mwts
TTIOR SALE-FLOWERS AVE., UAZELWOOD
! nuiiQing lots as auction, satnrnay. jnnea.
at 2:30 o'clock r. it.
VT. A. HEBRON S: SONS..
! oaiuiuar. uucj.
no. so Fourth ave,
FOR SALE-FLOWERS' AVE.. HAZELWOOD
building lots at anctlon, Saturday, June 29.
at 2:30 o'clock p. II.
No. 80 Fourth ave.
TV. A. MERKON & SONS,
FOR SALE-LOTS AT HAZELWOOD AND
Glenwood. near the station: only 15 minutes
from new B.tl). station, Smithfield st,: graded
streets, sUewalks, city water, gas: (300 to (1,000:
houses for sale, small naymeut down, balance In
monthly payments lr desired: railroad fare,
monthlr tickets. 5Jf cents per trip. GEORGE C.
BURG WIN, 150 Fourth ave. JelS-71-UWFSSu
17OH 8ALE-AT W1LK1NSBUEG-DE3IRA-.
JD BLE bnlldlng lots at low prices; location
Sood. Call or send for printed list, free. W. A.
ERRON & bONS, No. SO Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-LARGE 'LEVEL LOTS: NO
grading or paving, no interest, no taxes:
rich soil, producing fine gardens, green lawns;
pure water, healthful surroundings, cheip build
ing material, river, railroads, schiols, churches,
stores, beautiful forest and fruit trees: low
prices, longtime. onlntsntGroveland; these are
the features that will attract buvers; Improve
ments and advanced prices following will make
ibem fortunate Investors, Call at my office, see
views, sketch or surroundings, plan of lots, and
get ticket for free excurslou by steamer May
flower, leaving Monongahela wharf, foot nf Wood
St.. Sitnrdv morning at 8:30, June 22. CHABLES
ftOMERS, 313 Wood St, Jel9-13
FOR SALE-A FARM OF 50 ACRES IN
O'Hara township: good garden ground; has
house and barn on it. and plenty or fruit and
water. SEBASTIAN BITTER, Sharpsburg. Pa.
FOR SALE-FARM 180 ACRES; RICH SOIL:
fine springs; eonl and Iron ore: excellent for
stock, grain or fruit; large stone dwelling: also
brick dwelling and store house, bank barn and
other out Jhultdlugs: only one-half mllo from R.
K. station; 45 per acre, ED. W1TT1SH. 410
Grant St., Pittsburg, Pa. Jels-D
TiTOR SALE-ATLANTIC CITY.N. J.-HOTELS,
X" boarding houses, cottages, lots and bath
houses to let or for sale by I. Q. ADAMS ft CO.,
real estate agents, R, Est, Law Bdg., Atlantio
City, N. j. my20-2-D
FOB SALE BUSINESS.
T.10R SALE-TJPHOLSTEP.Y AND CARPET
r cleaning works, in good town, handy to Pitts
burg, doing large, paying business: only (600 to
qnlek buyer. SHEPARD Jfc CO., M Filth ave.
FOR SALE-BUSINESS CHANCERENT p):
sublets 861 per month; lease and household
effects of 8 furnished rooms; cheap to quick buyer.
Inquire JAMES E. CKEIUHTON t CO., 12 Fed
eral st., Allegheny. JeU-63
FOR SALE-3 LICENSED HOTELS ON LINE
or R. It., 40 miles from Pittsburg, doing good
business; owners Interested in other business, and
will sell cheap If sold at once. For particulars
call on THOS. LIGGETT, III Fourth ave., Pitts
FOR SALE-FINE, EXTENSIVE AND PROF
ITABLE bakery, ice cream and confection
ery business: nothing better and must be sold:
also, grocery, ilrygoods. drug, cigar, china and
notion stores: printing office, butcher shop, baker
ies and other business chances. Free particulars.
SHEPARD CO.. 51 Fifth ave. JelS
Bcstneu 8 triad.
FOR 8ALE f3, 100 BUTLER ST.. EIGHT
EENTH ward, 2 brick business bouses and
dwellings, a one frame dwelling, all In No. re
pair; now renting for (S00; at terms to suit: bar
gain seekers, what do vou think ot this? THOMAS
MCCAFFREY. 3509 Butler street. Je20-5
FORSALE-LEASEHOLD FROPERT GOOD
business investment, Penn ave.. near Twenty-second
St., 3 three-story buildings, containing
large storeroom 50 deep and 5 dwelling rooms
each, dry cellars, well sewered, both gases;
leasehold has 22years to run: lot 48x100; rent for
(1,440 per year: price 6,O0O for all. or will sell
beparaie on small miyments: balance on time.
BLACK A HAIKU. 85 Fourth ave. Jel5-s-MWTg
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock. fcc
lOR SALE FINE FRAZIEE KOAD CARTS.
u. w xsi A KAJ.t 421 uuquesne way. jei4-4S
FOHSALE-AN IMPORTED HOLSTEIN COW,
with heifer calf by her side. Apply to D. O.
bTEWART, 1019 Liberty St. Je20-91
FOR SALE-HANDSOME PAIR OF BAY CAR
RIAGEhorses. It. H. BOUUS, North ave
nue and Monterey street, Allegheny. . Jel9-40
FOR SALE-BUGGY MARE, 7 YEARS OLD.
Brewster sidebar bnggy and harness at a bar
gain. Call or address BENNETT it FLOCKER,
cor. .nwirspairioc ana est ena ave., Allegheny.
FOR SALE-HORSES JUST ARRIVED. DO
yon want a horse? If so, yon will save money
by going to Exposition track: coach, buggy, sad
dle, business and draught horses arriving dally.
JAS. MCKEOWN. Jel3-86
FOR SALE-FINE MATCHED PAIR GELD
INGS, bays, IS hands, full brothers, "and 8
years old: lady can drive them; not afraid of any
thing: can trot 3-mlu. clip to pole: also a fine
family horse. For further particulars call on or
address J. J. CRAWFORD, Toronto, O., C. & P.
R. R. Je20-79
TTiOR SALE-MT BLACK GELU1NG NOW IN
position urivlng 1'ark; must be sold immediately;
he is 6 years old, IS hands high, fine mane and tail,
penect action and superior style; he was pur
chased In Kentucky one month ago, an J, as I have
no further use for him, I will refuse no reasonable
SInchinery and Metal.
FOR SALE-2 HORIZONTAL ENGINES. 18x22.
1 Ball engine, Ismail dynamo and21ampand
meatchoppers, rendering kettles, etc. VELTE4
MCDONALD, Penn ave.. cor. Thirty-second t.
'OR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
hflll . 4ll .1, S Sn., Dt.1.1 fr ... 1. B.ru.1. frwv.
4 to 10O b. n. : all refitted: rood as new. at inwpst
rices; mounted portable engines, S to 25 b. p.
1-25 Park way. J. S. YODNG, Allegheny, Pa.
FOR SALE 28x43 CORLISS ENGINE: ONLY
run a year: can be seen In operation; price
on application; also a new Strange Co. stave ma
chine, all complete: capacity 10,000 In 10 hours;
will sell at low figure. J. A. MCCORMICK. 159
First ave. aul-p32-MWl'
FOR SALE-CONTRACTORS' MACHINERY:
one 7)jxI2-Inch donble engine, double drum:
others large and small, with single or double
friction drums: wire and manlla rope, centrifugal
pumps, etc.: two 26x4S-lnch horizontal engines
with flywheels. THOMAS CARLIN'S SONS. cor.
Lacock and S.inilnskr sts.. Allegheny. ial-Mwr
PERSONAL BOOKS WANTED IP ITOTJ
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth L0U0, let ns knojr: we will buy one as
quickly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK STORE,
Sseventh Ave. Hotel building. my3-2S
PERSONAL WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIFE,
mother or daughters In renalrlng and clean
ing your old clothes, when It can be donefora
trifle by DICKSON, the Tailor, cor. Firth ave.
and Wood st., second floor? Charges moderate;
facilities unsurpassed : suits made to order: spring
styles now ready, telephone 1558. mh8
LOST OR STOLEN SILK UMBRELLA
natnral wood stick, gold top. Initials L. S.
engraved on It; liberal reward and no questions
asked by leaving It at 31 SHERMAN AVE.. Alle
T OST-POCKETBOOK. WEDNESDAY, JUNE
XJ 1 with over (20, along Third ave.. Smith,
field. Fifth ave. to Duquesne Incline; finder will
be rewarded by leaving at 53 Smithfield st., JEW
ELRY STORE. Jell-30
far the benefit of the
at Salisbury Hail, SATURDAY EVENING,
June 22. at 8 P.M.
MISS EMMA BINGLIN WOLF.
MISS JENNIE EVANS,
DR. W. F. ENGLISH
and the pupils of the
TWENTY-EIGHTH WARD SCHOOL.
Admission 60c. je21-31
Boquet street and Alleehenv avenue,
BOSTON VS. ALLEGHENY,
Wednesday, June 10; Thnrsdav, June 20; Fri
day, June 21: Saturday. June 22.
Gamo at 4 r. M. Trains leave Union denot at
3:40 p. x. Tickets at usual places.
PICNIC GROVE FREE!
Onl7 si: miles from the city, situated on the
bluff overlook!!.!; Davis Island dam. Easily
reached by rail or boat. Large grove of forest
trees, cool, clear sprints of water, flue dancinc
The use of the prove will be pven free to
Sunday schools, societies, lodges, G.A.R. posts,
private, fetes, etc., the only charge beinj fare
on the steam elevator to and from the Grounds.
For dates and further particulars apply to
J. H. DAWSON, Lacock street, near Fed
eral street, Allegheny, or to A. CLANEY on
the grounds. mvll-15-p
A T AUCTION-CONSIGNMENT OF FINE
M parlor suits'; which must positively be sold,
brussels and ingrain carpets, general merchan
dise, eta, at the rooms, No. 311 Market st,
FRIDAY MORNING, June 21, at 10. Tho
parlor suits are very handsome, two being in
French silk tapestries, one very fine English
rug, two silk pluh and one mohair crnshed
plnsh; all croup suits, made in the very best
of manner and spring edges. Our orders are to
sell these Roods, whatever they bring under
the hammer. Also, mabojrany, walnut, oak and
cherry chamber suits, folding beds, chiffoniers,
dressing cases, wardrobes, washstands, bed
steads, chairs, rockers, tables, bed lonnges,
bookcases, desks, secretaries.toilet ware.dining
sets, lamps dishes, glassware, notions.pictures,
rugs, clocks, albums, fine chenille door cur
tain, bedding, stoves, sideboards, hallrack.
linolenm. refrigerators, etc., etc. HENRY
AUCTION CO.. LIM.. Auctioneers. je20-15
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
letters of administration on the estate of
Mrs. Ellen Cowan, late of the city of Pittsburg,
county of Allegheny, State of Pennsylvania,
deceased, have been granted to the undersigned.
All persons indebted to slid estate are requested
to make immediate payment, and all having
claims against the same to make them known
without delay to M. A. COWAN, Administra
trix, 62 Gibbon street, Pittsburg. je2I-40-p
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE - NOTICE IS
hereby given that letters testamentary on
the estate of Ann Sutton, deceased, late of city
of Pittsburg, county of Allegheny, and State of
Pennsylvania, bave been granted to the under
signed, to whom all persons indebted to said
estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims or demands
against tho same will niakfthem known with
out delay to MISS THEODESIA BLOOR, Ex
ecutrix. Winebiddle avenue, nearPenn avenue,
or her attorney, JOHN H. KERH,89DIamond
J. M. CALDWELL J. P. SPLANE,
Att'ys at law, KiDiamnnil xtreet, Pittsburg, Pa.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS NO.
1, of Allegheny county. Pa,, at No. 520 June
term, 1SS9, between Jane Moore Ramsey and
W. J. Moyer and wife et al a bill in equity for
partition of three houses and lots and an in
terest in a leasehold in Allegheny City, and five
acres of land in Reserve township. Allegheny
county. The Court has made the following
order, to wit: And now. May 23, 18S9, upon affi
davit presented in open court that W. J. Mover
and Mary his wife and Oscar Win. Ramsey, de
fendants, are non-residents of Pennsylvania
and cannot bo served with process by reason of
their residence not being known, it is ordered
that publication he made once a week for six
successive weeks in the Pittsburg Daily Dis
patch, notifying sail defendants of the nature
and object of the bill, and that unless they cause
an appearance to be entered for themselves in
said case on or before the 20th day of July,
1889, the bill will be taken against them pro
confesso and a decree made the same as it they
bad been personally served, mjSiZ-T
TO LET-30 BLUFF ST.: GOOD LOCATION: 8
rooms; late Improvements; rent low, W. A
HEEKO.N & bONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
TO LET-I01 FAYETTE ST., ALLEGHENY",
good brick. 8 rooms: late improvements:rent
low. W. A. HE1JP.ON & SONS, SO Fourth ave.
TO LET-FOUR NICE ROOMS ON ONE FLOOR
suitable for light housekeeping, with gas and
water. Apply to J.G.MOKEOW'3 SHOE STORE,
289 Ohio St., Allegheny. Jell-H
Offices. Dek Boom, etc
TO LET-PHYSICIAN'S OFFICES. BACH
ELOR'S quarters and dualling, at 71 SIXTH.
TO LET-HOTEL-THELAKESHORE HOUSE.
37 and 33 Bank it. ;. 3 minutes' walk from
Uulon depot: contains 30 rooms. Address J.
DUNN, 51 Rockwell St., Cleveland. O. Je20-5
LET-THE OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE
bnlldlptrlatelvoccnnleri bvthe Readlnr Iron
Works. 220 and 2J2 Sonth Fifth St., Philadelphia.
This line building was erected expressly for the
Reading Iron Works In 1887. being 51x200 ft,; and
fronting on three streets with ample office and
storage room, is well fitted for carrying on a large
wholesale and retail business, or would be suit
able for the purposes or an express co. Apply to
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existraj; between Jos. H. Boyd, S. B. Con
ley and David Henderson is hereby dissolved
by mutual consent, a B. Conley and David
Airbills and accounts of the aforesaid firm
will be settled by
JOS. H. BOYD.
ALLZOHzyr. Pa.. June 19.1889. je2O80
Pittsburg. Pa.. June 12. 1889.
"VrOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
JJN reports of Viewers on the opening of At
lantic avenue, from Liberty avenue to Rosetta
street, has been approved by Councils, which
action will be final unless an appeal is filed in
the Court of Common Pleas within ten (10)
days from date. E. 31. BIGELOW,
je!2-56 Chief of Dept of Public Wors.
PiTTSnnRG. Pa., June 12, 1859.
-VTOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN THATTHB
LN reports of viewers on the construction
of sewers on Melville alley, from Thirty
seventh street to Thirty-sixth street; Mign
onette street, from Whitfield street to con
nection with sewer on Beatty street; Auburn
street from Lowell street to Larimer avenue,
and Grazier street from a point 2SD feet west
of Lan avenue to Lane avenue, have been ap
proved by Councils, which action will be final,
unless an appeal is filed in the Court of Com
mon Pleas within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW.
Jel2rS6 Chief of Dept of Public Works.
BUSINESS TAX AND WATER RENTS,
lsS9. Notice is hereby given that the du
plicates for the business tax and water rents for
the year 18S9 bare been placed in my bands for
collection by the Board of Assessors author
ized to assess tho same.
The time for paying said taxes and water
rents at the Citv Treasurer's office is the month
of June. No discounts allowed.
"Water rents and business tax remalninc; un
paid after June 30. I8S9. will be placed in tba
hands of the Collector of Delinquent Taxes for
collection, with 5 per cent added.
All applicants for statements ot water
rents must cive name of the owner of the prop
erty they occupy or desire to pav water rent
for. J. F. DENNISTON,
je5-95-p Citv Treasurer.
"PROPOSALS FOR ORDNANCE SUP
JL PLIES Rock Island Arsenal, Rock Island,
111., June 12, 189. Sealed proposals, in tripli
cate, will be received until 1 o'clock P.M., on
FRIDAY, JULY 12, laS9. for furnishing saddlo
blankets, forage, silver, gold, steel, tin, brass,
iron, copperand brass rivets and burs; Iron, brass
and copper wire; nails, screws, tacks, bolts,
nuts, leather, thread, rope, duck, paints, oils,
chemicals, paper, cleaning and polishing
materials, files, eta, during the fiscal year end
ing June SO. 1S90. Printed lists of supplies
needed, with full instructions, stipulations, etc..
can be had on application to MAJOR JNO. R.
MCGINNESS, OrdnanceDcpartment,TJ. S. A.,
EECRUITING RENDEZVOUS. PENN
avenue. Pittsburg, Pa.. June 18, 18oU
Sealed proposals in triplicate, subject to the
usual conditions, will be received at this office)
until 12 o'clock noon, June 28, 1889, and then
opened, for furnishing cooked rations, tbres
substantial meals dally, of good quality, and
the allowance of soap and candles authorized
to be Issued to a soldier, to the recruiting party
and recruits stationed at this rendezvous durins
the fiscal year commencing July 1, 1889. ami
endlncJune 30.189a Preference will be given
to articles of domestic production or manu
facture, conditions of quality and price (In
cluding in the price of foreign-productions or
manufactures the duty thereon) being equal.
The Government reserves tho right to reject
any or all proposals. Forms of proposals and
full information will be furnished on applica
tion to this office. Proposal' for furnishing
complete rations at a place objectionable to re
cruits will not be considered. Envelopes con
taining proposals should be marked, "Proposals
for Cooked Rations," and addressed to CAP
TAIN R.G.HEINER, Recruiting Office, 915
Penn avenue, Pittsburg, Pa. je21-33
PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING STA
TIONERY, furniture, fuel and other
In compliance with the Constitution and laws
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, I
hereby invite sealed proposals, at prices below
maximum rates fixed in schedules, to furnish
stationery, furniture, fuel, and other supplies
for the several departments of the State Gov
ernment, and for making repairs in the several
departments, and for the distribution of tba
Sublic documents, for the year ending the first
onday of June, A. D. 18901
Separate proposals will be received and sepa
rate contracts awarded as announced in said
schedules. Each proposal muse be accompa
nied by a bond with approved sureties, condi
tioned for the faithful performance of the con
tract, and addressed and delivered to me before
12 o'clock M. on Tuesday, tne ytnuay of July,
A. D. 1S89, at which time the proposals will be
opened and contracts awarded, in the recep
tion room of the Executive Department, at
Blank bonds and schedules containing all
necessary information can be obtained on ap
plication at this department.
CHARLES W. STONE,
je2-C9-D Secretary of the Commonwealth.
EW YORK MILITARY ACADEMY.
Cornwall-on-Hudson. Courses of study in
civil engineering, English and classics. Labor
atory, drawing room and field work. Beautiful
building', grounds, location. COL C. J.
WRIGHT, B. S A. M., Supfc; BELDKN F.
HYATT, Comd't of Cadets. jel-i-D
KEBLE SCHOOL SYRACUSE, N. i.
Boarding School for Girls. Under the su
pervision of the Rr. Rev. F. D. Huntington, 3.
T. D. The nineteenth school year begins
Wednesday, September 11, 188V. References
Rr. Rev. H.C. Potter. D.D..N. 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.
OAKLAND SQUARE, .
15,500 each, moderate cash payment, balance
200 per annum, elegant new two-story and
mansard brick dwellings, 8 rooms, hall, bath,
laundry, slate mantels, art lire places, tils
hearths, sliding doors, wired for electric light;
fine chandeliers, both gases, plate glass win
dows, etc.; Oakland Square, five minutes from
Fifth avenue cable line and directly on line of
new cable loop which is to be constructed this
summer; a beautiful park (on which are sev
eral hundred beautiful shade trees), the whole
surrounded by streets and sidewalks, sewered
and paved with aspbaltnm;on each side of and
facta? the park are the above described dwell
in; most desirable houses vet offered; en
hancement or values sure. SAMUEL W.
BLACKJi CO., 99 Fourth ave. rayU-39-D
iie Snecialiet. of 47 Ohio street. Allegheny.
defies competition in the cure of all chronic
troubles. He does not point to fictitious tes
COME AND SEE THE ORIGINALS,
At his ofllce, of your neighbors who have been
cured in Pittsburg ani Allegheny. Consulta
tion free. je21
81 AND 03 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-74-l
128K THIRD AVE.. UPSTAIRS.'
Gents' snoes soled and heeled in 15 minutes
for 75 cents.
Finest work in the city. mv23-U.wr
"T E. LLNKENHElMERi "
5 Smithfield street. Pittsburg, Pa. Freihela
Freund Building, second floor. mh2i-S0-HWI'
J-UNCAN C. WHITE,
71 Diamond street,
Second door above Smithfield,