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Suggestions for the Inauguration of
the Carnegie Music Hall.
WORE TOR ALLEGHENY COUNCILS.
HoirlJEthelbert Nerin is Received ly the
' Z- Boston Critics.
KEWS OP ODE LOCAL MUSICIANS
Sometime pretty early in the next season
probably in October the new Carnegie
Music Hall in Allegheny will be completed
and ready for some kind of an inaugural.
Its opening oujrhtby alLmeans to be made
a distinctly musical event and that an event
commenurate in importance with the erec
tion of the first large and handsome hall
ever devoted especially to music in this
A musical performance adequate to such
an occasion takes a longtime in preparation.
Tbis eek is not a hit too soon to commence;
a feir weeks hence it will be too late to get
np anything really worthy.
But as the matter stands there is abolutely
no person or committee with authority to
set the hall a-rolling. The present Carnegie
Commission will have ended its work when
it hands' the finished buildings over to Alle
gheny Councils for the public. The Com
missioners have had many applications from
organizations big and little, musical and
otherwise, that would like to hive the first
chance at the new hall. It will be needfnl
to head off unworthy schemes as well as to
supply a worthy one.
Allegheny Councils ought not to delay
further takintr some steps in the matter.
There surely should be some choral music,
and the rehearsals must begin very soon.
It wonld be t;ood, doubtless, to take as a
nucleus the ".Musical Association of Alle
gheny," the new chorus, which started
as a distinctively Allegheny organiza
tion. It has been rehearsing some
good 'music, without having appeared
in pnblic as yet. Its numbers could
be increased to any desired figure and yet
the work already "done would make a good
start. At that time in the fall it would be
qnite easy to secure a first-class orchestra
the Boston Symphony, Thomas and Seidl
wonld all be free then, probably. Eminent
soloists can readily be had jnst before the;
busy season commences.
This is the kind of an inaugural that the
new hall ought to have. But it takes time,
work and money. The responsibility tor
necessary promptness lies upon Allegheny
So prominent and jnst a critic as Mr.
George "EL "Wilson, of the Boston Traveller,
pays the following handsomely extensive
compliment to the work of an old Pittsburg
That Mr. Ethelbert Kevin Is a musician of
interesting individuality was apparent to those
who attended a concert given by him about a
year since in Chickerioc Hall. Opportunity to
investigate his individuality is afforded by the
recent publication of his opus two and three by
the Boston Music Company (Mr. G. Schirmer,
Jr.). Tne second opns of Mr. Kevin, who,
though adopted by Boston, is, by birth, we be
lieve, a Fi&sburger, is called "A Sketch
Book." It is a dainty parcel ot 31
pages and contains IS pieces, more than
lalf being songs. While the idea of such a
souvenir is f elicitious, were the contents of the
book less mature. less artistic, it would also be
audacious. Bat the audacity of the undertak
ing ceases when the title pace is tamed; though
only a second opus the young composer knows
well himself. The fluent accompaniments to
the tones and the ease of the Gavotte, Love
Soup; Berceuse, Serenata and Valse Rhapsody
for pianoforte show the .pianist en rapport
with his instrument. But the songs chain the
attention. These are: "Twas in the Lovely
Month of May" "Dn bistwie eine Blume," "O
Let Thv Tears Fall Fast With Mine." -O. That I
V Two Were Maying;" and three soups set to
A Child's Garden of Verses," by R L. Steven
son, dumber 13 is a quartet for mixed voices,
-ith violin accompaniment, entitled, "The
Night Has a Thousand Eyes." snn; by the
Cecilia this season, when its simple beanty
was remarked by us. The range n sentiment
covered by the lyrics in this "Sketch Book" is
considerable, and none of the song-writinc
shows the composer trying to force himself
into a mood; yet we descry in those of a livelier
utterance, the songs that deal with life's
major, not its minor, the composer's best
powers. Heine's lines have oft been set to
music, and to them Mr. Kevin has written an
expressive song the key (G) ana the time
(5-4) being the same as Rubinstein chose; et
Klngsley's "OI that we two were Maying." is
finer done. The first song is a welcome one for
a high tenor, notably free in modulation, ani
mated, and in the hands of a singer who has a
free throat, will give much pleasure. Numbers
one and two of the children's songs are fascina
tfhe. The words of each are most cleverly set
by the composer; the first can be sung
by children, and the second too, tboogh
the notes e and f are a little too near the top of
the staff .for most youngsters. Given proper
regard for accent and the first will go well.
Just as Mr. Henschel has embodied ''Yankee
Doodle" in his Table Steward inarch in -"A Sea
Change," so Mr. Kevin has in f onr measures of
the second of his children's song engrafted a
popular child's melody. Mr. Kevin's third
opus consists of three songs: "Deep In a Rose's
Glowing Heart." One Spring Morning"
and Doris" (a pastorale.) The refine
ment of Mr. Kevin's style is expressed
in the last named, which in conception
and execution is thoroughly charming. It is
written with accompaniment of pianoforte,
violin and 'cello, and is In reality a scena can
tata for a mezzo voice. The pianoforte, which,
doubtless, in most cases, will be the only avail
able accompaniment, speaks invitingly. The
song emphasizes more than any we have seen
Mr. Kevin's freedom in this mood, what shall
we oaU it. the rustic, the summer, the pastoral T
It is a delight to read through such a song; so
sympathetically placed for the voice, so artistic
in its use of means. Knmber two is a blithe
allegretto scherzando. Kumber one, to Mar
garet Deland's words, is a lyric for tenor, melo
dic and effective. All these songs are printed
in clean type, and the taste of their exterior is
pronounced. Mr. G. Schirmer, Jr.,'s list of
American composers is as yet modest, bnt
every name stands for some earnest work ac
complished. Crotchet and Quavers.
Mrss Rosa Weber will take part in a con
concert at the R. C. Church at Butler, Pa.,next
Alt interesting study in thirds, for piano, by
Mr. Ad. M. Foerster, of onr town, appears in
the June Etude. It is his Op. 27, No. 2; key G
Mr. Theodore Thoxab and his orchestra
commence to-morrow their regular summer
concerts at Chicago. Ftve weeks is the length
of the course.
Eduaed Lasses has been appointed di
rector of the Leipzig Orchestra to sneceed
Arthur Kikisch, the new conductor of the
Boston Symphony Society.
Me. AsBEinr Cabneoie is one of the in
corporators in yet another musical society the
Orpheus, of Kew York, which has just been
organized for the cultivation of vocal music.
The Hamburg .Musical Journal speaks very
favorable of Mr. Foerster's sonatas. Mr.
Foerster is a Pittsburg composer. Glad to see
such recognition from abroad. SrainarcCs
Mb. Clement Tetedoux. having read his
paper on vocal culture before the Ohio State
Music Teachers' Association at Colnmbns last
week, proposes remaining in that city for two
months to give lessons in singing.
The Mozart Club wound np the season with
a social gathering at Old City Hall last Mon
day evening. The clnb has just issued a pros
pectus wmca-maj.es a strong snowing OI the
work done and to be done; of this more again.
THE Johnstown calamity was painful enough
In'ltsetf without bringing down upon the conn
try such a flood of alleged songs, whose cheap
sentiment and vulgar music add Insult to the
Incalculable injury wrought by the other flood.
THE Tiew organ of the Butler Street M. E.
Church had another concert given in its honor
last Thursday evening. Mr. C. D. Carter was
the organist; Miss Sadie E. Ritts, Miss Olive
B.McJunley. Mr. Harry B. Brockett and Mr.
C. iLiKorab, the vocalists.,
ATEtraKAX from Kew York says: "Zelle
deLoMan scored big success as Marguerite
in 'Faust' at Her Majesty's Theater. London,
Friday evening, tee 14th, with Mapleson's
Italian Open Company; was obliged to repeat
'Jewel Soacf curtain call every act" The
MtasEoinrXABXBL according to the report
ynUe tat her CeetiTo dnglsc of HulUh's J
frhree Fishers" and Rodney's "Time and
Tide" at the High School commencement in the
Bijou Theater last Thursday evening. Miss
Harris is the contralto of the Second Presby
terian Church quartet.
Mb. Chables Davis Carter and his choral
clnb at Monongahela City won high enconlums
in the concert given at that place last week.
The clnb sang Mr. Carter's choral ballad, "The
Fairies' Realm," and one of Barnby's shorter
cantatas. Miss Agnes Vocel, Mr, Harry M.
Mays and Mr. Joseph H. Gttthigs also took
part in the admirable programme.
A cotempokary states that Dr. Eisemann,
of Berlin, has invented a piano which, by the
aid of electro magnetism, can sustain, increase
and diminish sound. This has been attempted
by other experts, notab'y Boehm, the inventor
of the metal flute. Another novelty will be
that by moving the electro-magnets the timbre
of the tone is cnanged; for Instance, from that
of a violoncello to a piccolo.
A successful musical entertainment was
given in the Ingram Chapel, June 20, under the
direction of Mrs. R. D. Crnmpton and Miss
Mamie E. Ecker, assisted by Mr. William Win
ton, Mr. E. Payne, Miss Annie Whetsel. Mr.
aud Mrs. Mathews, Mrs. Erseman, Mr. Dong
las. Miss Emilv Craft, Mr. J ohn OI tman. Master
E. Ecker and others. The proceeds wete for
the benefit of the Johnstown sufferers.
A college of organists is the latest musical
organization in Canada. Its object is to pro
vide a system of examination and certificates
for the protection of the profession, to secure
competent organists for church aud the concert
room, to furnish opportunities tor intercourse
among the profession and the discussion of pro
fessional topics, and to encourage the study
and composition of sacred music.
The two manual organ (19 speaking stops),
just built by the Winching Organ Company,
of Salem, O., for the Arch Street Methodist
Episcopal Church, Allegheny, will be heard in
public the first time this morning. This is tne
first instrument lu which Mr. Wirsching's new
wind chest has been introduced, an improve
ment which is said to increase considerably the
ease and promptness of the action.
Mb. Leo. Oeiimler has returned from his
three years of musical study in Germany, bear
ing high testimonials from his instructors
there. The Stern Conservatory, Berlin, caps
its good report of his wort 'thus: "Mr. Oehm
ler has especially distinguished himself in the
orchestra class by his careful, energetic and
musicianly playing, so that he can be most
highlv recommended as an orchestral violin
ist. Robert Radecke, Royal Professor." Such
words mean something over there. Mr. Oehm
ler will remain in the city this summer at least,
teaching, playing and working at his composi
tion. For next season his plans are as yet un
determined. Mr. Karl Merz, the highly-esteemed writer
and teacher, showed the results of his earnest
labors in the musical department of the Uni
versity of Wooster (Ohio) through the com
plete production of Handel's "Messiah" dur
ing the commencement week. The fine reali
zation of the sublime devotionallty that fills
this greatest of oratorios is spoken of by the
good judges presentas the chief point made in
the performance a point of all others to be
expected by any one who knows Dr. Merz or
has read his rich, true and wholesome editorials
in Bramard's Mutieal World. That glowing
tribute to Mr. Merz in the Etude the other day
will receive a hearty amen troma multitude of
musical workers in the interior States, where
his genial personality is best known.
The death of Carlotta Patti removes one of
the world's greatest coloralur singers. Many
good judges have pronounced her the superior
of her sister Adelina, and her lesser fame is
doubtless largely due to the lameness that for
bade her to go on the operatic stage. Carlotta
was the elder of the sisters by two years,having
been born in 1840. Many Fittsburgers will re
member her appearance here along in the early
70' s with a concert troupe including her hus
band, the great 'cellist Do Munck, and Henri
Ketten, the pianist, Of late years she has re
sided in Pans, teaching some and holding
frequent musical levees of mnch interest at
her handsome residence. She was planning a
visit to Kew York this fall when the summons
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A Prussian Commander Recounts the
Results of Experiments With
IMPROVED MODERN ARTILLERY.
How Ills Country Astonished Europe and
Made Its Military Force
THE MOST PERFECT IN THE WOBLD
The experience of Prince Kraft zuHohen
lohe as a commander of artillery in the field
is probably unrivaled among living officers.
In 1804, 1866 and 1870 he was in command
of a Prussian artillery force. In 1870 he
was chief of the Corps Artillery of the
Guard. He has acquired in three cam
paigns a knowledge of his profession which
confers the highest possible value upon his
recently published letters, viewed merely
in tne light of a technical manual for the
use of gunners. During the years which
have parsed since the battle of Jena, says
the London Spectator, the problem before
the General Staff in Berlin has been to
create a machine on a purely scientific plan,
theoretically complete in all its parts, bnt
capable at the serine tiae ot bearing the
rough test of actual war, and of adapting
itself to every emergency of a campaign.
The work has been done with characteristic
thoroughness. The perfection of the ma
terial, the completeness of the system, the
accuracy of the methods of instruction, all
bear testimony to a scientific spirit, and a
persevering adaptation of means to ends, to
which we haveio parallel whatever in the
military arrangements of this country.
Bnt though a rigid and searching scien
tific test has been applied to every detail,
the Prussian Staff has never for a moment
forgotten that whatever may be the perfec
tion of appliances and the completeness of
a system, the personal element in all cases
where life and death are concerned must
ever remain paramount. Every rule,there
fore, every instruction, is based not onty
upon a material, but upon a moral founda
tion. The true secret of German military
organization consists in laying every source
of strength under contribution so as to ob
tain the highest possible value from the in
HOTT PBUSSIA ASTONISHED EtTBOPE.
The circumstances under which Prince
Krait's correspondence was commenced are
in themselves typical of the spirit in which
military problems are approached in Berlin.
Tn 1866 Prnssia astonished the world by an
nihilating in six weecs the military power
ot Austria. The rest of Europe, amazed at
the result, hastened to do practical homage
to the victor in a course of servile but not
always successful imitations of as much as
it could understand of the system which had
prodnced such results. The Prussian Gen
eral staff, however, looked upon their own
achievements in quite a difierent light The
Austrians had been defeated, it is trne, but
by the needle gun. The Austrian artillery
had everywhere been as well handled and
more effective than the Prussian. Success
on such terms could hardly be called success.
There could be no rest until the Prussian
artillery had learned to understand its faults,
and to remedy them. The four years of
peace which followed Koniggratz were de
voted to an unremitting study of the scien
tific development of artillery. The result
showed the value of the studv, and the per
fection of the method. When 1870 came,
the Prussian gunners had not only learned
their lesson, but they knew how to put their
theoretical instruction into practice. The
following terrible account will give some
idea of the value of peace practice when
rightly conducted. The author is describ
ing an action in the Franco-German War:
. I could never have believed that; the in
struction given in time of peace would bave
borne such excellent fruit in spite of the ex
citement of action. Howmuchthe more agreea
ble was my surprise when, standing behind the
captain of a battery in action, 1 beard him
quietly pive the order: "Against infantry in
front, 1,900 paces, from the right flanc. ready I
Fire one cunt' Then he waited, holding his
fieldglass to his eye, until the enemy ap
proached the point on which the guns were
laid, aud gave the order, "Rapid firing from
the right flank I"
AX IRRESISTIBLE ATTACK.
Then there was an awful sight, for the ad
vancing enemy disappeared from view id the
clouds of smoke which the shells threw np as
they burst and tore their way tbrongh the
ranks. After one or two minutes, the attack
ing enemy came out on one side of the smoke.
It had passed the point on which the gnus were
laid, and in spite of terrible loss, approached
with undeniable bravery. Then the Captain
gave the command: "Cease flrlnsl l,600paces
one run cease firing!" And when the pons
were now laid, he cried: "At 1,600 paces, from
the right flank, rapid firing!" The effect was
brilliant, horrible, overwhelming. No attack
could have resisted it.
It is still believed by some military au
thorities, whose experience of war stops
short of 1870, that the effect of artillery is
chiefly moral; that as a man-killing weapon
the field gun is not to be feared. Prince
Kraft does not accept this view. Here is
his account of ths effect of the German guns
at St Privat:
When the bead of the French column be
came visible over the hill, our trial shots
reached it at a range of 1,900 paces, and my SO
guns opened a rapid fire. The enemy's infantry
was enveloped in the thick smoke which the
Bhells made as they burst. But after a very
short time we saw the red trousers of the
masses which wero approaching us appear
through the cloud. I stopped the fire. A trial
shot was fired at 1,700 paces range; this Was to
show us the point np to which we wonld let
them advance before reopening the rapid fire.
Wo did the same for the ranges of 1,500, 1,300,
1,100 and 900 paces. In spite of the horrible
devastation. which the shells caused in their
ranks.these brave troops continued to advance:
but at 900 paces the effect of onr fire was too
deadly for them; they turned round and fled:
we burled shells after them aslong as w e could
see them. Here was an infantry attack which
was repulsed purely and simply by the fire of
It is supposed by some that the fire of in-'
fantry armed with breechloaders is more
than a match for artillery. Prince Kraft
absolutely denies this. Over and over again
he lays down the proposition that "a line of
artillery cannot be broken bv a frontal
TEINCE KEAFT'S XTTLE.
But Prince Kraft certainly means what
he says; nay, he goes farther, and lays down
as an absolute rule, that, save in obedience
to positive orders from the General com
manding, a battery should never be retired
in action. The men and horses may be shot
down, but as long as there are two men to
serve the gun, that is sufficient. Ammu
nition may run short Itys true that at
such a time a battery is defenseless until a
fresh supply arrives; but gunners without
ammunition, and exposed to fire, will as a
rule find ammunition; if they do not, they
will be killed, no doubt; but then the re
mainder of the troops will not be discouraged
by the withdrawal of the guns.
Apropos of this Spartan instruction,
Prince Kraft gives an example of the spirit
which animates and informs that iron ma
chine, the German army, and which dou
bles its force. It is a fine Btory, worth re
membering. At the battle of 'Chateaudun,
a battery found itself without ammunition
under a heavy fire. What was to be done?
The officer commanding solved the question.
He ordered the gunners to take their places
on the limbers and ?ing the "Wacht am
Ehein," "in order," as the writer, with a
grim pleasantry, remarks, "that they might
pass the time agreeably while wailing tor
It is characteristic of the German system,
which, with all its science and elaboration,
is in military matters essentially practical,
that the effect of evety reform has been to
simplify drill and tactics of artillery. Every
thing has been given up which did not tend
to further the main objects of the arm. To
be on the field early and in force, and to
shoot straight and effectively when there
these are the first and last requirements.
Drill movements, therefore, have been prac
tically reduced to two advancing in col
umn of route and advancing in line.
ENGLAND'S DEFENSELESS CONDITION.
One more word remains to 'be said with
, PITTSBTIR(3- DISPATCH,'
respect to the training of the German Army
illustrated .inPrlnce Kraft's letters. That
the ordinary run of mankind should ever
stand np for a moment against the fire of
modern arms of precision, is a perpetual
miracle. In 90 per cent of the conscripts of
a modern army, physical courage is cer
tainly not the (acuity which keeps men in
the ranks, or which nerves them in an ad
vance. Education, discipline, and the fear
of public opinion are the lorces winch hold
men together at the present day. The more
strongly those forces are developed, the
greater'will be the cohesion.
It is somewhat mournful to reflect upon
England's position, considered in the light of
Prince Krait's book. It is probable ( that
not one Englishman in ten thousand real
izes what is the position ot his country in
respect of artillery. In the United King
dom alone, they have 300,000 infantry abso
lutely unprovided with field guns in other
words, utterly unable to go into action
against a civilized army. On tbis point
Prince Kraft is perfectly clear: "The ef
fect of shrapnel begins at about 3,800 yards,
and at from 2,000 to 1,500 yards is decisive;
while at from 1,100 to 1,000 yards the effect
of artillery is absolutely annihilating."
And again: "Shrapnel and double-walled
shell produce such a murderous effect that
the fight may be considered as decided in
favor of that side whoso artillery has over
come that of the enemy, and can now turn
the full weight of those projectiles on the
other arms of the enemy.N What is likely
to be the fate of a force which, like our
volunteers, would begin the action prac
tically without any field artillery at all?
And the experience of Prince Kralt is that
ol every officer, whether in this country or
abroad, who has any practical acquaintance
with the art ot war.
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sion table, French plate side table, fine tea and
dinner set. irlassware and cntlerv. walnnt desk.
ball rack, chiffonier, lamps, refrigerator, range.
waier cooler, mailing, nnoieum, lamDrequins,
Brussel and Ingrain hall, room and stair car
pets, etc, etc., etc HENRY AUCTION CO.,
Duqteske National Bank. i
PlTTSBUEG, Fa., July 1, 18S9.
TIVIDEND-THE BOARD OF DIRECT
U ORS of this bank bave this day declared
a dividend of FOUR PER CENTUM on the
capital stock out of the earnings of the last six
months, payable on demand, free of tax.
Je30-80 A. H. PATTERSON, Cashier.
Cmr Savings Bank. i
PlTTSBUHO. Pa . July L 1889. (
SrVIDEND-THE DIRECTORS OF THIS
bank have declared a dividend of FOUR
R CENTUM on the capital stock, payable
forthwith, out of the earnings of the past six
months. J. W. TAYLOR, Cashier.
Freehold Ba.ik. i
Pittsburg. Jnne 29. 18S9. r
TrVTDENT THE DIRECTORS OF THIS
J bank have tbis day declared a dividend of
THREE (3) PER CENT out of the earnings of
the last six months, payable forthwith.
J630-J1 J. F. STEEL, Cashier.
Pittsbubo, PA.. June 29. 1S89.
THIRTY-THIRD DI VIDEN D THE
Board ot Directors of this bank have
this day declared a dividend of THREE
(3) PER CENT on the capital stock, out of the
last six months. Payable on demand. Free of
tax. W. R. CHRISTIAN, Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
PrrrsBTma. pi. June 29. i
DIVIDEND THE DIRECTORS OF THIS
bank bave this day declared a quarterly
dividend of TWO PER CENT on the capital
stock, payable on demand, free of tax.
je3(H0 J. D. SCULLY. Cashier.
PROPOSALS FOR 12-INCH BREECH-,
LOADING rifled mortars. Ordnance Of
tice. War Department, Washington, June 22
1889. Sealed proposals, in duplicate, will be re,
ceived at this office until 3 o'clock P. M., on
MONDAY. JULY 22, 1889, at which time they
will be publicly opened, for finishlog and as
sembling twenty-nine (29) 12-inch breech-load-ing
rifled mortars, more or less, the principal
parts being supplied by the United States.
Blank forms on which proposals must be made
and all information required by bi ders can be
had upon application. S. V. BENET, Brig.
Gen.. Chief of Ordnance. je25-44
TOTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received by the un
dersigned until Saturday. July 6, A. D. 1889, for
the grading and paving of Seventh avenue, in
Beaver Falls borouirb, from Eighth street,
south, to the New Brighton bridge, said pro
posals to be separate for fire brick and Ligonler
block paving, and the bid for both to be by the
Each proposal to be accompanied "by a certi
fied check for $1,000 payable to the order of
Charles P. Wallace, Treasurer of the borough.
All checks accompanying proposals which are
not accepted will be returnedlmmediately after
the award shall have been made. The check
received from the successful bidder will be re
turned to him upon his entering into a formal
contract for the due performance of the work,
and giving bond with approved sureties for GO
per cent of the contract price. But in case be
shall fail to enter into such contract and give
such bond within ten davs after notice of the
acceptance of bis proposal, the check accom
paninguch proposal shall become the prop
erty of the borough of Beaver Falls.
Each bidder must furnish a sample of brick
or stone block which be proposes using.
Specifications can be seen at the Burgess
office of James Piper.
The Borpugh Council reserves the right to
reject any or all bids. GEO. E. LISCOMB,
Secretary Borough, 803 Second avenue.
Beaveb Falls. June i 34, 1889. je27-6
he Specialist of 47 Ohio street Alloirhonv
defies competition in the cure of all chronic
troubles. He does not point to fictitious tes
timonials. COME AND SEE THE ORIGINALS,
At "his office, of your neighbors who have been
cured in Pittsburg and Allegheny. Consulta
TO EUROPE 'ALL THE POPULAR
steamers sailing tbis and next month are
rapidly filling up. Apply for berths without
delay. Tickets, drafts and letters of credit at
N. V. rates. MAX SCHAMBERG A CO, 627
Smithfield st myll-wsu
Walter J. Osbottbnz. kichard babbows.
B ARROWS & OSBOURNE
. .. .., .. 80 Diamond street
Telephone No.SU ,
SUNDAY, JUNE ' 30,
&jHtplaj a&vcrtuemenu one dollar per
iquare or one Intertton. Claxsifled advertise
menU ton thit page tuch as Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, etc., ten cents per Una for each inter
lion, and none taken for lets thanjlflv cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale", To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to b prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with Thx Ills
THOMAS MCCAFFKEY, S5o9 Butler street.
EMIL G. BTUCKET, S4th street and Penn ave.
E. G. STOCKEY A CO., Wylie ave. and Fulton it.
N. HTOKJ2LY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. Vt. WALLACE. 6121 Fenn avenue.
JACOB SPOHN. No. 2 Carson street.
CHAS. SCHWABM, 1707 Carson street,
A. J. KAERCHEK, 53 federal street.
H. J. WcBUIOE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FEED H. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS ft SON, Ohio and Chestnut its.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENKY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. TV. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PEKItY M. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
TTTANTED-A GERMAN BOY AND GIRL, AT
VV 139 Mulberry st,, Pittsburg. Je30-19
VT7-ANTED-GOOD THIRD-HAND BAKER.
VV Call28MPENA AVE. JeJO-lOS
WANTED-2 GOOD STEADY TINNERS. J.
P. SCHAFFEK, 70 Wylle ave. Je30-94
WANTED-JOB COMPOSITOR. FRANKLIN
PRINTING OFFICE, 77 Diamond street.
XiTANTEO TWO AX MEN
TV C0 8M1THFIELU ST., on Mon
aday, from 9
A. A. UUlUir, M.
TTTANTED-FOREMAN FAMILIAR WITH
Vv the manufacture of bath boilers. Address,
with reference, M., Box 1031, Philadelphia, Pa.
TTT- ANTED FIVE FIRST-CLASS MA
W CH1NEKY roolders at once. Call or apply
SHENANGO MACHINE CO..L1MITED, Sharon,
WANTEO- lOUNG MAN FOR OFFICE
work; steady position to right person: state
wages and experience. Address BOOKS. Dis
patch office. Je29-34
WANTED-FIRST-CLA8S BRASS HOLDER
can find permanent employment at the
KELLY & JONES CO., 13 First ave., P or
Oreensbnrg. Pa. Je29-38
WAN TED-OFFICE BOY APPLY TUES
DAY noon to BUSINESS MANAGER at
Dispatch office. Fifth avenue; applications at any
other hour will not be beard. Je30-U7
-TTTANTED EXPERIENCED INDUSTRIAL
vv insurance agents: better terms than any
other company. Apply to JOSEPH VAU GHAN,
bnpt. Home Office, 271 Main street, Cincinnati, O.
-VTJANTED PRACTICAL SOAP MAKER
TV good opening for a man with undoubted
reference as to character and ability: state ex
perience and with whom. Address SOAP. Dis
patch office. . Je2S-I0-WF6SU
"VTTANTED FOR THE UNITED STATES
vr army, able-bodied, unmarried men between
the ages of 21 and 35 years: good pay, rations,
clothing and medical attendance. ApplratNo.
815 PENN AVENUE. Pittsburg. Pa. 5--wsa
WANTED-A CATHOLIC BOY ABOUT 17
years old, who resides with his parent and
Is well acquainted in this city: must be fairly
educated and can fnrnlsn good relorence. Ap
plv to FANNING & GUKREN, Boom 3, McCance
WANTED-BAD WRITERS AT SMART'S
Eclectic Shorthand and Bnslness College,
4 Sixth street. Pittsburg, students (both sexes)
qualified for positions from one to three months;
Civil Service exercises. College open day ami
evening through summer. Je29-rrssn
-CXTANTED EXPERT ACCOUNTANT W.
W WOOLSEY, 183 Filth avenue, audits all
classes of accounts: opens and classes commercial
books of every character: 20 years active experi
ence with large corporations and business bouses:
references unquestfonable. Je30
WANTED-ACTTVE. INTELLIGENT MEN,
desirous of making tS per day, and placing
themselves In an Independent position; business
light, pleasant and extremely profitable. Call at
once for fall particulars upon C. H. STAMFORD,
S3 South Twelfth st , Pittsburg. leSM7
WANTED-GENERAL AGENT FOR THIS
city, to open an office and asinme exclusive
control of our business: goods well known. In uni
versal demand, and pay a uet profit of SO to 100 per
cent. Address, with credentials. THE UNION
COMPANY, 744 Broadway, New York.
WANTED-AGENTS TO SELL CASH CAR
RIER for store service: territory given by
States: none bnt men with experience on the road,
with good reference, and willing to sell on good
commission need apply. Answer by letter, stat
ing territory desired. D. L. SPOTT3, Canton. O.
WAN TED-MEN TO ATTEND NEW YORK
Cutting School: Urllng's actual measure
ment taugut In all Its branehes; the only true
system fitting anyand all shapes; no trying on:
Instructions. 10 A. M. to 4 r. u. ; evening. 7 to 9
p. M. ; call or write for circular. 514 WOOD ST.,
Pittsburg. Pa. je2J
WANTED -MEN TO SELL SHETLAND
Mountain ponies: sample pair free on busi
nesslike conditions; lamest herd fancy spotted
Sonles In America; letters answered tr asrir-ad.
ressedi stamped envelope Is Inclosed. PROPRIE
TOR SHETLAND PONY RANCH, Van Kaub.
Bexar connty. Texas. ieS-7
WANTED-SALESMEN-WE WISH A ?EW
men to sell our goods by sample to the
wholesale and retail trade: on salary: largest
manufacturers in our line: Inclose 2c stamp: wajes
S3 per day; permanent position; money advanced
for wages, advertising, etc. CENTENNIAL
M'F'G. CO., Cincinnati. O.
-TTJANTED-AGENTS FOE THE MISSOURI
TV washer which affords profitable business;
it wasbes dirtiest clothes clean by hot steam with
out rubbing: arguments In its favor are numerous
and convincing; easily sold; sent on two weeks
trial to be returned at my expense If not satisfac
tory; write for Illustrated circular and terms. J,
WOKlH. 64 Beekman St., N. Y. Je30-74
WANTED AGENTS THE LAHG EST.
handsomest, best book "Johnstown Hor
ror, or the Valley of Death" is now ready;
agents desiring to have a share In the enormous
sales shonld send 40c for outfits at once; octavo
volume. 500 pages: cloth binding, 2 00; sheep, S2 SO;
copiously Illustrated and beats all else for sale.
SPFvT i VUl " ftataond st.,
"TTTANTED MIDDLE-AGED LADY FOR
TT general housework for small family. An
ply 50 SECOND AVE. JeSMIM
WANTED-GIRLS TO DO MACHINE 8EW
INUoncloaks: steadywork. SAMPLIN
ERft RICH, S19 Liberty at. Je29-62
WANTED-A SEWING GIRL FOR PRIVATE
family outside the city; constant employ
ment; must come well recommended. Address
GRAY, Dispatch office. Je23-27
WANTED-LADIES, MARRIED OB SINGLE,
to travel, or do business at borne; light,
pleasant and extremely profitable occupation,
ladles wishing to place themselves m an Indepen
dent position call at once tor full particulars. O.
H. SfAMFORD, 68 South Twelfth St., Pittsburg.
Mule and female- flelu.
-TT7-ANTED-AGENTS, MALE AND FEMALE.
TV for this county and surrounding territory;
something new; sells on sight: every business
man, bookkeeper, doctor, lawyer, professional
man, teacher, scholar, parent, in short every
body who reads and studies will want one: the
New Book and Dictionary Holder la nneqaaled.
even by those costing ten times as mnch. Call on.
or address 'IHOM AS HILL, 1W Fifth avenue, os
postte Court Honse. )e30-17
nrTTANTED-TYPEWBITING AND COPYING,
v: '. "trmyissxriaMtsf, ?.?r.5 Pe"-
CUI.G AUU1CS .,. AlliVlAAiW
City, N. J.
Box 194. Atlantic
TTT ANTED - SITUATION AS ASSISTANT L
? i oooateeper, general omce Cleric or col
lector by a young man aged 25, speaking German:
can furnish A No. 1 reference. Address E. H. L
Dispatch office. Je3O-I01
WANTED-SITUATION-A YOUNG WOMAN
with a daughter a year old wlsbes a position
as companion to some childless couple or lady,
where she can have the comforts of a home lor
herself and child; is refined, well educated and
able to add to the comforts of any home. Ad
dress, stating particulars and salary, MRS. ANNA
MADDOX, Mansfield. O. J27--ThSu
VTITANTED-A PARTNER WITH tLCOO IN A
VV business paying H00O or JS,000 per year.
BUSINESS. Dispatch office. Je30-S2
WANTED-PARTY WITH SMOTO INVEST IN
business covered by new patents In Amer
ica and Europe; will pay S100 weekly. B.C.. 127
Fifth ave., 2d floor rear. Je30-42
machinery, great demand: bl
profits; employment for machinist or salesman.
Address PATENT. Dispatch office. Je30-20
WANTED-BOABDING IN THE OOUNTBY
fnr KhAT UTMn niri farm n.r Mirv.v11l
"preferred. Address No. 193 THIRD ST., Pitts
burg, Pa, Je30-89
WANTED ROOM AND BO ARDIN PRIVATE
family: i or 10 minutes' walk from East
Liberty or Shadyslde statlo n where a young man
can feel at borne; reference given ana required.
Auuresi a. c, uupaica omce. Jeis-W-Tusu
furnished room, with dr-wllhout board;,
reference required. No. 14S SECOND AVE.,
Pltuburt. , Je30-W
WANTED MORTGAGES, LARGE AND
smalt. ED W1TTISH, 410 Grant St., Pitts
WANTED-TCTLOAN MONEY AT 4K, 5 AND
6 percent free Of tax. W. C. STEWART;
114 Fourth aye. Jaaw-sa
VTr'ANTED-iiORTGAGES-MONEY TO LOAN
TV lnsnmsto suit at Vf, 6 and Sperccnt.
ALLES & BAILEY, 1M Fourth are. Tel. 157.
"TTTANTED-RENTS COLLECTED PROMPT-
LY; property managed with satisfaction.
ALLES & BAILEY, 1S4 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
In large and small amounts at 4k. 5 and S
per cent, free of State tax; no delay.
w & ul a Wn . fl onna ave.
WANTED-W. WOOLSEY, EXPERT AC
COUNTANT,. 163 Fifth avenue: 20 years'
active experience as auditor and accountant with
large corporatlonsandbuslness houses; references
TTT AN TED MORTGAGES-SI. 000, 000TO LOAN
T on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
6 per cent, aud on larma In Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 6 per cent. 1. M. PENNOCK St.
SON, 10a Fourth avenue. ap7-fll
WANTED-CORRESPONDENCE-BY B. B.
JICCONNjltKinV. Real- Kutate Broker.
Johnstown, Pn.."who respectfully solicits corres
pondence from any person desiring to Invest in
real estate or mortgages; best or rele
WANTED-tiO.OOO TO ESTABLISH A M'F'G
business of great future promise; S3 per
cent profit per annum guaranteed on the Invest
ment; principals only corresponded with. Ad
dress, for fnll particulars, STRENGTH. Dis
patch office, Pittsburg. JC28-43
WANTF.n-TO, LOAN-MONEY ON MORT
GAGES on improved real estate. In sums
of S300 and -'upwara, at 4K, S and S percent, for
threo or fire' years; privilege given borrower to
pay part or all before due; this opportunists
also extended to -parties who have good unim
proved real estate ana desire to build on it. Call
and consnlt L. O. FRAZIER, Forty-firth and
Butler streets- .e29-9
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY-WE HAVE
over one million dollars to loan on eltv and
suburban property at iH per cent;, no tax: we
will also loan money on improved farms In Alle
gheny, Beaver, Fayette, Washington and West-
tiand counties; any marketable security
for loans of any amount
BLACK A BAIRD, 93
f ounu ave.
WANTED-YOU TO GETT0 A BAKER'S
dozen (13) of Stewart A Co. 's fine cabinet
photos for U, at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
WANTED ALL ORANGEMEN TO GET
their 12th of July outfitor 8. J. TOPPING.
Merchant Tailor. 17 Anderson St.. Allegheny, and
84 Fifth ave , Pittsburg. Je30-9u
-rtJANTED-USEOFGOOD FAMILY HORSE
W through the summer: light work and care
ful attendance on suburban -estate. Address
PASTURE, Dispatch office. Je2S-3S
WANTED-rCtTSTOMERS FOR DIAMONDS,
gold and silver watches, marble clocks, sil
verware, etc.. at fl per week upward, at 130 Fed
eral St., Allegheny. J. MITSCH. Jels-Mwreu
WANTED LICENSED STREET VENDERS
to know we have a new and fast selling
novelty. Call Monday. BRIGGS NOVELTY
CO. LIM., 439 Grant St.. Pg., Pa. Je30-95
WANTED EVERY PERSON TROUBLED
with rheumatism and Uironic blood disease
to use Laruma prescription., C. F. K1RKEN
DALL & CO.. No. 11 Smithfield street. Je30-ss
TTTAN TED-LADIES TO KNOWHAUGH Jc
VV Kecnan repair, refinlsh or npholster ofd
luruitnre promptly ann in tne best possible man
uer. Aflui naijutDi. 'jrnone ltxn.
WANTED-LADIES AND GENTLEMEN TO
know the most handsome and complete
drugstore In Western Pennsylvania has Jnst bean
opened by C F. KJLRE.ENDALL A CO., 11 Sralth
fleld street. Je3o-88
TTT ANTED A PAIR OF WELL-MATCHED
VV carriage hnrnei must bA ffnnr:intfi1 annTirt
also absolutely safe: state age, neigh t. color and
qualifications, and lowest price.
Address P. o.
WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER. SO Fifth avenne. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making line cabinets at fl 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: instan
taneous process. mh!3-63
-TTTANTED-ANY ONE WANTING A HAND
VV SOMELY engraved 14-karat, gold-filled,
hunting-ease watch, stem wind and set, guaran
teed for 20 years: Joints, bow, crown, lips, all solid
gold; 15 extra Jewels, 4 pairs In enp settings;
spring compensation balance, quick train, safety
pinion; al latest .improvements; at a low price
on easv payments. Address LOCK. BOX 501. Pitts
burg P. O., and I will call and show same; rorre
spondence strictly confidential. JcIT-65
FOR. SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-2-STORY BRICK DWELLING IN
First wardtWlth Immediate possession; terms
very easy. C. H. LOVE, 93 i ourth ave. Je29-33
FOB SALE VERY DE3IRABLII PROPERTY
on Webster are.. Eleventh ward, Pittsburg.
GEO. JOHNSTON. A St.. 62 Fonrth ave. JeSO-98
TTIOR SALE-SI. 000 CASH WILL BUY THAT
JC 3-story brick in Peach alley. No. 18 Is In
food repair and pays 10 per cent net. W. C.
TEWART. 114 Fourteenth avenne. J e23-20-su
TJWR 8A.LE-f3.10O-ON BUTLFK ST.. 10 H
JC TEENTH ward lot SOxliO, with 2 three-story
brick dwellings and t frame dwelling, the whole
renting fortii), at terms to suit; propertv in good
repair; best bargain of the season. THOS. ilc
CAFFREY, 2Su9JJutlerst. Jc29-6
TTIOR SALE-S CHOICE HOUSES ON SIDNEY
JD streets above Twenty-third, the best and
pleasantest location on tbe Southslde: Sidney
street being wide, newly paved and well Im
proved; houses, to be finished by August 1st,
have pressed brick and stone ornamental fronts,
and contain elgnt rooms, witn bath, laundry and
every other convenience: city water, gas and
natural gas on each floor, and good plnmblng
leading to city sewers makes dwellings first class
in every respect; Smithfield and Carson streetcars
ass within one square; terms, 11.000 cash, with
stance payable as arranged to suit purchaser.
ApplT to BAKEWELL PHILLIPS. Dispatch
office. Fifth ave., city.
Enit End Residences.
V7IOB SALE-SEVERAL VERY FINE RE3I
JT DEN CE properties In Allegheny, near parks.
Forparttcnlars call on W. W. MCNEILL ABRO ,
105 Fonrth ave. Je39-4S
FORSALE-f2,2S0-ON EASY PAYMENTS A
new brick dwelling of 6 rooms located In
good neighborhood. East Liberty; near cable
cars. W. C. STEWART, U4 Fourth ave.
-ITHIB SALE-fJ,500-NEW DWELLING ON
JU Luna street, comer Ashley, near Park ave
nue, EastLibsrty: contains grooms, bath and all
conveniences. W. C.SrEWARl. 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE tl. 700 ELLA ST., SIXTEENTH
wardt frame dwelling, four rooms, basement
kitchen, etc; lot 25x139 feet: a bargain: terms
easy. L. O. FBAZIER, Forty-fifth and Butler sts.
FOB SALE S1.200-TERMS S500 CASH, BAL
AN CE S10D the firs t year and $200 a year there
after will buy a 4 room honse with 2 acres of
ground on Leamington avenue. W.C. STEWART,
114 Fonrth ave. ap21-W-Su
brick dwelling desirably located on Meyran
ave., Oakland, which Is paved and sewered, con
tains 8 rooms, bath and all conveniences. W. C.
STEWART, 114 Fourth ave, Je3-3su
FOB 8ALE-SOUTH HILAND AVE., E. E..
a raro opportunity:: an elegant new brick
house of 8 rooms; all conveniences; well worth
3.5O0: will sell for 17,500 on terms to suit. D. f .
THOMAS A CO., 40S Grant at, ieI3-83
fTiOR SALE-SIS.O0O-SUBSTANTIAL NEW
JJ and at tractive brick residence of l2rooms.wltb
large lot: nothing better lor tbe money In the
East End: Is desirably located on one of tfie main
avenues. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-?2,700-OROSS ST., NEAR LIB
ERTY AVE., Twentieth ward, convenient to
Ben Venue station, P. R. It, new frame dwelling
6 rooms, attic hall, vestibule, front and rear
porches, grained and well finished all through;
lot 21x100 feet: terms easy. L. O. FRAZ1EK,
Forty-fifth aud Buflersts. JeS9-9
FOR 8ALE-I10, 500-4 ACRES OF GROUND,
with 6-roora house,, located In Shadyslde. In a
neighborhood that will undoubtedly be strictly
first-class: has a frontage on a 60-foot avenue of
430 feet and a frontage of 430 feet on a 50-root
street: Is within 10 minutes' walk of Firth avenue
cable cars. W. O. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
TTIOR SALE-eiaOOO-TERMS TO SUIT PUB
I CHASER: new Queen Anne brick residence,
having large porches, vestibule: 4 rooms on first
noor, 4 rooms and bath on second aud 3 attlo
rooms: well finished, nicely papered and has
fine gas fixtures; good stable on premises; large
lot: located on a paved avenue. In a well-Im-
roved and desirable neighborhood. V. C
TEW ART. 114 Fourth ave. ap21-19-sn
FOB SALE-ONLY A FEW NOW REMAIN
unsold of the very desirable eight-room dwell
ings on Oakland square. Iherapldlty with which
sales have been made show tne estimation in
which they are held; durably built and handsome
ly flnlsbedV supplied with every modern con
venience; standing on large lots and facing a
handsome park planted with beautiful shade trees,
these dwellings navelhe notable ad vantave or he.
Ingbutl5toi0iinlnut.es from tbe postoffice by the 1
Pltr,hn,.,1V..Hnn M.J,' . ,t.lA Inn rj.,-,hf,t. I
an ordinance Is now In Councils, will pass within
100 feet of the square: prices (6,600 and S6.750:
terms, moderate' cash payment and long time on
balance. Apply to S.W. BLACK A CO.,99 Fourth
Ft Allcghrny Residences,
OB BALE-tlOOO-THAT ELEGANT NEW
and-substantlal press brick, dwelling (never
occupied), containing 9 rooms, bath, stationary
washstandvlanudry, cement cellar and all Im
provements, located .on Aekler st.. head ot
Monterey, st. WT.C. BTEW ART. 114 Fourth ave.
FOBSALK-AT AUCTION, MONDAY. JULY
L atlo'clockuon premises. No. 11 McCliu
tock ave.. Second ward, Allegheny, electric car
station, lot 40x136, handsome residence six rooms,
hall, attic, bath, laundry pantry. porch, furnace,
cedar tnd eblnaelosets;Iovelysltuatlon:exrellent
nelxhborhood: s choice home: -vlalt It- llmlt-d
price. 7.6S0.; Full 'particulars by ,&, LEGGATE
. . , J Auspeuecrs, x eaeraisiw juiegneny.
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-AT COBAOPOLI3. F. A L. E. B.
B,, houses, large and mall, with large lots,
at reasonable prices. LASHELLA BANKIN. 7
1 ourth avenue. JeSMO
SALE COUNTRY RESIDENCE IN THE
'; about 10 minutes walk from Court
mlendid oscortunltv: house contains 10
rooms, bathroom, natnral faa. etc.: lot 60x122.
beautifully laid out with trees, plants, shrubbery,
etc.; no better chance for a quiet, retired home.
J. C. BEILLY, No. 77 Diamond St. Je7-S5-OD
TjIOB SALE-f2U,000-BUBSTANTIAL BRICK
X" residence, containing 12 rooms and all con
veniences; lot 192x254; this property is desirably
located in Wilklnsburg; faces two good avenues,
and tbe ground alone if laid off in lots will sell for
the money: owner refused several years ago C5,
000 cash. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
for sale Lots.
SALE-327 LOTS IN THIRTEENTH
rd. Plttsbnrir. GEO. JOHNSrON. At..
I? ward, Pittsburg.
62 Fourth ave. Je30-9S
-I70K SALE-VERY FINE LOT ON GBAND-
jl- view avenue. Mt. Washington. GEO,
JOHNSTON. Agt., 62 Fourth ave.
IOB SALE-LOTS-ON WYLIE, WEBSTER
and Bedford aves.. Thirteenth ward. eltv.
GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave. je3V
FOR BALE-CITY LOTS 10LOTSON LIBERTY
ave., between Thirty-ninth and Fortieth sts.,
Pittsburg, Pa.: low and on long time. H.
FORBES, Wheeling, W. Va. Je22-35
FOR SALE 11.000 ON MIFFLIN, NEAR
Thirty-ninth St.. lot 20X101 ft.; title guaran
teed: must be sold within 10 davs as owner Is leav
ing city: terms cash. THOS. MCCAFFREY. 3509
Butler st. Je29-6
EOR SALE-100 LOTS IN DUFF PLAN,
fronting on Wylle. Webster and Bedford
ares., and on Cliauncey. Duff, Dalzell and Kldie
sts.. Thirteenth ward, Pittsburg. GEO. JOHN
BTON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave. Je30-9S
East End Lota.
FOR SALE-2.20O LOTS IN TWENTY-SECOND
ward.Plttsburg. GEOi JOHNSTON, Agent,
62 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-S70 PER FOOT 39 OR 60 FEET BY
120, on paved ave., 2 minutes' from East Lib
erty station. CHABLES SCUWAN, opposite
East Liberty station. JeJ0-Z7
F)K SALE-P.0O0-AN ELEGANT SITE, HO
x200 feet, located on one of the finest paved
and sewered avenues In the East End : bound to be
worth double this money. W. C. STEWART. 114
Fourth ave. Je23-20-su
FOR SALE-CHOICE SHADYS1DE LOTS ON
Atlantlo avenue, 30x120 feet, covered with
fine shade trees: convenient to station, andsur
ronnded by first-class Improvements, L. O.
FRAZIER. Forty-fifth and Butler sts. Je29-9
IOR SALE-S70 PER FOOT IF SOLD AT
once: the finest lot on Negler ave.. cor. Mar-
garctta St., 111x179 reet: Margaretta st. paved and
sewered at present owner's expense. CHAS.
SCHWAN. opposite East Liberty station. Je30-27
FOR SALE-J830 WILL BUY A CHOICE LOT
03x100 feet on Elyslan avenne (Point Breeze).
This location Is excellent, and bandy to railroad
and cable, and the neighborhood fs flr-t-class.
MELLON BROTHERS, 6349 Station st E. E.
FOR SALE-FINE BUILDING SITES AT
Homewood. among which are some very de
sirable ones for business; this location Is improv
ing and values are good; prices range from itso to
950 per lot. MELLON BROTHERS; 6349 Station
St., E. E. Je27-17-Thssu
TTiOB SALE-M7, 600-5 ACRES OF THE FINEST
X1 property lor laying on In lots, on Squirrel
Hill: location first-class; within 4 minuteV walk
of new electric road, which is now being bnllt:
terms to suit purchasers. W. C. STEWART. Ill
Fourth ave. Je30-2S-su
F)R SALE-A BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOT
containing between 3S and 4 acres of prime
garden land, situated two miles from the West
Endear station out the Washington pike. For
particulars address JOHN SHEDDEN, Green
lree borough. Je30-12
FOR SALE-S50 PER FOOT-ONLY 2 MORE
lots for sale in Ciearview place, and sold un
derbuilding restrictions, street paved and sew
ered; these are the cheapest lots of the Kind in the
East End. CHARLES SCHWAN, opposite East
Liberty station. 'telephone 5195. Je30-27
FOR SALE-11 ACRES OF THE FINEST LAY
ING land on Sqnlrrel Hill, at $3.0UDan acre: Is
desirably and conveniently located, being right
on the line of the new electric road; only 12 min
utes from Fifth ave. cable cars, and within 21
minutes ride of postoffice. W. C. STEWART, 114
Fourth ave. jeSJ-20-su
TJTOR SALE-FIFTH AVENUE. NEARHILAND
J? avenue, lot 175x23); Negley avenne, near
Penn avenue, lot 185x115: Falrrconnt avenue, 10
lots, sizes to suit: Wlneblddte avenne, several
lots, sizes to suit; other choice lots all through tbe
fiastEndr STRAUB A MORRIS, corner Wood st,
and Third ave. )e30-49
FOR SALE-S7.50O-THAT ELEGANT BUILD
ING site, 116x171 feet (as a whole or will sell
half), located od Rebecca St., Shadyslde. between
Cent-rave, ann Penn ave., facing Baum Grove,
Is well elevated. level, has eastern exposure, fine
residence on either side and In a neighborhood
that will nndoubtedly be strictly first-class. W.
ti STEWART. 114 Fonrth ave. myl2-65-Su
FOR SALE-THE CHOICEST BUILDING
sites within the city limits, possessing all the
advantages or healthful location, easy and rapid
wavs of reaching them, convenient to all kluds
of business, yet with ali the seclusion and select
ness or suburban places; these are to be found
only In the Baum Grove plan, at less than coun
try prices. MELLON BROS.. East End, or
JOHN F. BAXTER, 512 smithfield St.
TTIOR BALE-LOTS AT
JU Glenwood. near the station: onlr
Glenwood. near the station: only 15 minutes
irom new b. & u. station, smitnueia st. : graaea
streets, sidewalks, city water, gas: SX0 to $1,000:
houses for sale, small payment down, balance In
monthly payments if desired: railroad fare,
monthlv tickets. 5 cents per trip. GEORGE C.
BUBGW1N, 150 Fonrth ave. lel6-71-MWTSSn
FOR SALE-TWO DESIBABLE BUILDING
lots on Washington ave., Allegheny. GEO.
JOHNSTON, Agt., 62 Fourth ave. 1e30-93
TTIOR SALE 300 CHOICE LOTS AT GER5LAN-
A' TOWN part, near East St.. Allegheny. GrO,
JOHNSTON, Agt., 62 Fourth ave.
SALE-SEVERAL PIECES OF LAND
X? near city, suitable fnr sub-division Into
LASHELL A BANKIN, 67 Fourth
FOR SALE LOTS-AT INGRAM. ALL IN
first-class locations: no swamp or bottom
lands handled. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent. 62
Fourth ave. Je30-D3
FOR SALE SEVERAL IHUNDRED CHOICE
lots at Ingram: 3, 5, 10 and 20 minutes' from
R. B. station. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agt.. 62
Fourth ave. Je?0-0S
FOB SALE-LOTS-ALLES A BAILEY. 164
Fourth ave, will sell at auction, on Monday
afternoon, on the premises. 100 of those desirable
building lots, belonging to the Sauer estate. In
Reserve townshlrj. adlolnlnr the Alleehenv Cltv
line; have a delightful view; pure and bracing
air. Property In this section Is being rapldlr
picked up, both for homes aud speculation. These
lots will be sojd on easy payments.
FOB SALE-A FABM OF 30 ACHES IN
O'Hara township. Smiles from Sharpsburg;
good garden ground; nas house and barn on It,
andplenty of fruit and water. SEBASTIAN
BITTER, bnarpsburg. Pa. Je2S-5
TTIOR SALE OR EXCHANGE IMPROVED
1? farms: 120 acres in estmoreland eo.. 15,000;
300 acres, Fayette eo.. SS.000; 130 acres or pool No.
9, S4.500: 53 acres, Armstrong CO., 34,500: 67 acres 8
miles from Washington, D. C (garden farm),
(2,500: 212 acres. Armstrong co.. fi500r other
placesalso. STEVENSON'S AGENCY, 100 Fifth
TJIOR SALE-FARMS-EASY PAYMENTS OR
JT exchange 35 acres, new Vroom house, barn,
plenty fruit: nice home 1( miles from Beaver sta
tion: S3, 300; also, 225 acres, 1 mile from Station,
Fort Wayne railroad, 8-room house. 2 orchards. 2
barns, etc.. only 110.000. Send for Farm and Ex
change List. N. F. HURST, Beat Estate Agent,
Rochester. Pa. Je29-77
FOB SALE-W. C. STEWART. 114 FOURTH
are., has a survey and full particulars of each
piece of business propertv in Pittsburg. It will
pay you to see him before buying. Je23-20-su
FOR SALE-EAST END LOTS FOR SALE BY
CHAS. SCHWAN, opposite East Liberty sta
tion. fioo Lots 25x123, near Lincoln ave. Look at
these lots If you want to speculate.
S450-Lot 33x110, Kosettast., Nineteenth ward.
ssoo Lotsoxiin, Kosettast., Nineteenth ward.
-i.V)-Lot5800,;Kosettast., Nineteenth ward.
far) Lot 50X130, Brushton ave., near station.
fooo Lot 50x130. cor. Brushton and Bennett sts.
S900 Lot 60x120, Lincoln ave., beyond the
St, 150 Lot 42x129, Shetland ave., near Larimer.
TL2X-Lot 50x110, cor. KIncade and Wlneblddie
aves.. Nineteenth ward, near cable line.
SI, 600-Lot 60x120. Bond St.. Nineteenth ward.
62,400 Lot 45x120, cor. Larimer ave. and May
flower St.. paved and sewered; ,128 lots for sale at
a great bargain on Lincoln ave.. Apple ave,.
Hedge and Vineyard aves.: sizes from 25 to 100 feet
front and from 100 to 220 feet In depth, at prices
from to ft, 100: If you want a bargain look at
these lots. For terms aud plans apply to CHAS.
BUiiffA.-i, opposite Jtasi uoeny station.
J lots fronting on Davis and Erin streets, half
square from Central Traction road. Street here
nicely eievatea, paveo ana sewered. Buildings
surrounding alt good. Costly and handsome new
nuiiaings uow Dejnir constructed
This Is a good point for Investment. Will sell at
less tnan present ana away oeiow prospective
A choice business corner, Thlrty-tblrd st, and
Madison avenue, opposite Central Traction stable,
100 feet on Thirty-third st,, paved. A first-class
location for retail business of any kind or for pub
lic hall. A snre and profitable investment.
Elegantbnlldlng sites on Adelaide and Clarissa
streets and Herron avenue. Ground unbroken.
Clean and handsome as a lawn, gently sloping to
the southeast, perfect drainage, pure air, mag
nificent view of Allegheny, Monongahela and
East Liberty valleys, within 12 minutes' ride of
any part of city by Central Traction road. Will
sell In any number ot feet frontage at prices that
will guarantee the purchaser a profitable invest
ment. Desirable residence property on Benton avenue,
Allegheny, convenient to New Brighton road and
1 proposed eiectrieroaa, Large lots, lowprlces and
jeas-J CHABLES B0MIB3, 113 Wood itrtei.
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
T7KJR SALE-BABBEB SHOP -WELL FUB
i? NISHED. Apply GEORGE A. MEELING,
Duquesne, Pa. Jcao-iS
F)B SAL.E DRUG STORE: WILL INVEN
TORY 11.500; one of the best locations in East
W. C STEW ART. 114 Fourth ave-
TTIOR SALE-DBUGSTOHE-IN A THBIVINi
T town of I, sou: doing an excellent business;
no opposition; reasons good. Address BOX 93V
Pittsburg, Pa. Je30-
FORSALE A FIRST-CLASS SHOESTORE. ES
TABLISHED trade and good stock: located
in best Iron town in Ohloi good reason for selling.
Address WADE, Dispatch office. Je2S-6X
T7OR SALE-SALOON AND RESTAURANT?
A? with extensive trade: fine bar fixtures: largs
stock liquors: fine rooms la best location: fivo
J ear lease: SI, 500: bargain; best saloon town 1b
hlo. C H. FOLSOM, Lima, O. Je29-79
F)R SALE -HOTEL FURNITURE AND
lease, with extensive transient trade: new
modern brick bouse, furnished throughout A 1;
doing large bar bnslness: price, with long lease,
5,500; rare chance. Address C. H. FOLSOM,
Lima, O. Je29-70
FOR SALE-OR EXCHANGE A NO. 1 COUN
TRY store and stock for Hazelwood property
(110,000 worth): farm worth rr.ooo for a stock of
goods: farm of 60 acres, with nice cottage on Chau
tauqua Lake, 17,000. STEVENSON'S AGENCY,
100 Fifth ave. Je30-
FOR SALE-FINE, EXTENSIVE AND PROF
ITABLE bakery. Ice cream and confection
ery bnslness; nothing better and must be sold:
also, grocery, drygoods. drug, cigar, china and
notion stores; printing office, butcher shop, baker
ies aud other business chances. Free particulars.
BHEPARD A CO.. 54 Fifth ave. JelS
FOR SALE-RAILROAD HOTEL FURNI
TURE and lease. 35 rooms, all a odern lm
?rovements; doing business SL.S00 per mo.; hotel
obe enlarged to accommodate increasing trade;
will bear personal investigation: splendid oppor
tunity rdr person understanding hotel business;
near Pittsburg on P. A L. E. B R. Further par
ticulars of AXLES A BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave.
TeL 167. Je26-19
FOR SALE STORE AND DWELLING OIT
Frankstown ave., one square from East Lib
erty station, P. R. R.. and both cable lines; this la
a rare chance for bnslness site: price 15,570. MEL
LON BROTHERS, 6349 Station St., . E.
TTIOR SALE-SEVERAL PIECES
j.' Eirrr on Fourth ave.:
alao a number of
pieces on Penn ave., Smithfield st. and other
goon streets: win taae pleasure in siring run par
ticulars and sbowlng surveys to parties desiring
to pu rchase. W. C. STEWART. 114 Fourth are.
FOB SALE S15.000 (Ul FEET WELL LO
CATED, on Second ave. W. C. STEWART,
114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE MANUFACTURING SITE
Blver avenue, Allegheny, between P. AW.
and W. P. R. R.. opposite new Thirtieth street
bridge; lot 250x125: one of the best locations for
manufacturing purposes in the two cities. If not
sold this property will be offered at nubile sals
July 15. For particulars call on or address JOHN
J. HOWLEY. 127 Fourth ave. Je30-62
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
nones. Vehicles. Live Stock. tc
FOB SALE-FINE FRAZIER ROAD CABT3,'
C. W EST A CO., 420 Duquesne way. Jeli-iS
FOB SAI.E-HANDS031E PAIR BAT CAR
RIAGE horses. R. H. BOGGS. North ave.
and Monterey st., Allegheny.
FOB SALE-A J50 BABY CARRIAGE, BICY
CLE wheels, rubber tires: never used; will
be sold at a bargain. Inquire at 23 UNION AVE..
Allegheny, Pa. Jczo-61
OR SALE-A BAY PACING HORSE-CAN
pace In 3 minutes: 5 years old: weight. 1,250
pounas: quiet ana souuu; cueap,
BEN, Dispatch office.
FOR SALE-A FINE LOT OF YOUNG PAR
ROTS guaranteed to make talxers: price.
So each: come soon to secure first choice. E3
PICU'S, 640 Smithfield st. Je30-9-wsu
IOR SALE HORSES-JUST RECEIVED A
carload of drivers, draft and coach horses.
Can be seen at N03. 310 and 312 LIBERT Y ST.,
Allegheny, Excelsior Sale Stables. JeSS-24
Machinery and Metal.
TJtOR SALE-TWO LARGE SAFES.
desks and other office furniture.
for confectioners, printers, butchers, etc..
etc. ; we have them In many styles and sizes and
suited t every purpose, at verv low prices.
HARllE'S MACHINE DEPOT. 97 First ave.,
EOR SALE-THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF
brushes, perfumes and druggists' sundries
in Plttsbnrg. for sale at C. F. K1BE.ENDALL A
CO.'S. 11 smithfield st, Je30-88
mo LET-HOUSE OF ELEVEN BOOMS. NO.
JL 177 Third ave. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agt.. 63
TO LET-NO. 171 SECOND AVE.. BRICK
dwelling: hall and 9 rooms: possession Im
mediately. J. M.STONER, 22 Bakewell Build
ing. . Je22-96
fTlO LET-NO. 97 CENTER AVE.
JL 10 rooms: all modern
tn per month.
GEO. JOHNSTON, Agt.. 63
x ourtu ave.
TO LET NO. 955 PENN AVE UOUSK OF
eleven rooms ami laundry: double parlors,
dtnlcg room, kitchen and laundry on first floor;
elegant location for furnished rooms or first-class
boarding. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agt, 62 ourth.
En End Residence.
TO LET-A FURNISHED HOUSEON O'HABA
St., near Fifth ave., until October or April 1;
moderate rent. Inquire by TELEPHONE 5i47.
TO LET-S-ROOM HOUSE-IN ALLEGHENY
CITY, In Second ward, hot and cold water,
bath, etc. O. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth ave, Je29-35
TO LET NO. 19 MONTEREY ST., ALLE
GHENY Finely finished lo-room. bouse,
bath, laundry and all modern conveniences,
GEO. JOHNSTON. Agt., 62 Fonrth ave. JeSO-98
TO LET-AT 1NGRAM-HOU3E OF SEVEN
rooms, with ten acres of ground; fruit la
abundance: low rent. GEO. JOHNSTON. Art.,
62 Fourth ave. Je30-98
TO LET-A BEAUTIFUL SUITE OF BOOMS,
with all conveniences: beat location In Alle
gheny: on parks. 174 NORTH AVE. Je30-2z
mO LET-ELEGANT FURNISHED ROOMS
1 at moderate rates to the right persons, at No.
29 THIRD STREET, below Penn are.,
near to new
TO LET UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOB
housekeeping; 6 and 7 room bonses: 4 store
rooms with dwellings: rent low. Inquire at 44
FOURTH STREET. Je27-59-Thvsu
TO T.ET-WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION
Three rooms, including kitchen, of a desira
ble house situated very near tha Allegheny Parks:
natural and artificial gas and water. Apply at 344
BIDOE AVE., Allegheny. Je30-23
Offices. DoU Room. fcc
TO LET-DESK ROOM IN OUR MAIN OF.
FICE, with use of desk, etc. C. H. LOVE,
S3 Fourth ave. Je29-35
I mo LET-OFFICE BOOMS OR SUITES FOB
JL general business purposes In the new DIS-
PATCH BUILDING. 73. 77 and 79 Diamond St.:
situation most central in the city: electilc light
included in rents, wnicn are moaeraie.
between II A. 11. ana ir.K.
TO LET-HOTEL-COKNER OF GBANT AN1
Water streets, near B. A O. R. B. depot. In
qnlre of C. H. LOVE, 93 Fonrth ave. Je3-3o
TO LET-HOTEL-THELAKESHORE HOUSE,
37 and 39 Bank st.; 3 minutes' walk from
Union depot: contains 30 rooms. Address J.
DUNN. 51 Rockwell St.. Cleveland. O. JeSO-S
ersonal-the purest drugs and
chemicals are alone used for prescriptions at
the elegant new drugstore of 0. F.KIBKEN
DALL A CO., 11 Smithfield street. JC39-86
Personal-books: books i BooKut
New and old. ancient and modern, standard
and rare, legal, mraicaianu scienwnc jvjuu vol.
noiiu 10 Bciecfc Arum. act- t avu-
90l Liberty st.
SEKSONAL-WHY TROUBLE YOUB WIFE,
mother or daughters In renatrlnc and elean
your old clothe, when It can be done for
trifle by DICKSON, the Tailor, cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood St., second floor? Charges moderate;
facilities unnrpassed: salts madeto order: spring
styles now readr. Telephone lo53. uhs
TJERSi N AL-INFORMATION IS DESIRED OF
JT the whereabouts of the 4 children of Mrs
Pesebke. of Johnstown. It is the belief of thi
mother that they were sent to Pittsburg the day
after tbe flood, but nothing has been heard from,
them since their departure. Any Information;
concerning tliera can be directed to Mr. GKORG
HASELBAUER, Concord alley. nearCenterave..
Thirteenth ward. Pittsburg, and will be greatly
appreciated by the distracted mother. Je29-97
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