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THE ' .PlTTSBTERr pISS'ATOB,- MONDAY,
President Gompers Addresses South
Sr SWa filnsi? WnrlfArs.
WIUW W HWW ---,
Kdyakcing the eight hour plan
HoTit Pajs to Make the Workman Broader,
." . Better and Happier.
AN INDUSTRIAL VIEW OP THE THING
President Samuel Gompers, of the Feder-
ation of Trades, who ..was delayed by the
L latest wreck on the Pennsylvania Railroad,
ana dia not gee k xioce romi in uiub w
speak before the American Flints Satur
day at their picnic, delivered an address
yesterday afternoon in Odit Fellows' Hall,
Soutbside, under the auspices of the Flints.
Fonr other labor meetings were going on at
'A the same time, having a tendency to divert
tbe attendance; Mill a gooa auaience mrneu
out to hear the exponent of the eight-hour
labor system, and all listened for iully two
hours without an abatement of interest. Mr.
Gompers is an easy, clear speaker, and
very logical in his arguments. He is well
"nown in this city, therst meeting of the
ganization of which he is the head
wing been held here. The following is a
esume of his speech:
The question of labor has been too often dis--ussed
without a remedy being suggested,
nere are too many who, when suggesting rem
'ies. fly to the chimerical or ideal; too many
ho deal with the impracticable instead of the
acticaL and divert the thoughts fromnreent
eds. The men who do this, I think, are doing
it which they do not believe. Any question
;he movement that is not based upon logic
a ts surroundings as well as its theory, is not
.Ight We, as workmen, desire to obtain the
Lighest wages possible for our work. We have
'ceu told that we are never satisfied, but al
ways demanding more.
A BLEMISH, OK A CREDIT ?
If what they say is a blemish on our conduct,
wc ought to know it. If, oYi the other hand, it
is a credit to us, we ought to know it. The
workmen of America are not satisfied. It is
this principle that moves the world. The dis
content of ihe masses is the means to better
. the condition of man. To the charge that we
wufct-more, we say the country where the peo
ple have more is the most prosperous place.
We want more; we insist on having more, and
on continuing to have more until wo have the
full results of our labor. The quacks and
sophists will have to learn that the laborer will
have more. The purpose of the labor organ
izations is to concentrate the isolated efforts of
the workmen into one channel, and in it ob
tain the best result with the least injury to all
classes,. I maintain that the labor organiza
tions of the world are the conservative leaders
' y of the universe.
In speaking of the cry against the workmen
controlling the law of snpply and demand in
jtlie matter of labor, I insist that the trusts and
Jcombinatlons are formed to this end by the
wealthy, by controlling the supply and demand
'f the product handled; and why should not
the laborer do the same thing? If the laborers
on the streets are a constant menace to the
, laborer out of the street, ready to take his
1 place and rise upon his fallen form, they ought
to be given work and thus put out of the way
if hindering the advancement to the cause,
v Sow, if we reduce the hours of labor, will a
reduction of wages follow I Will your condi
tion deteriorate? Let us see. If the hours of
labor are reduced, don't you know that it
i' brines factors that tend to raise your condi
tion J First, you are given a chance to pro
Tide for the uncmplojed, and do away with
9 'their competition. Again, you make them
r consumers. This is not only a question of
piece or dav work. I advise the laborers to
even submft for a while to a reduction, and in
less than a month they will obtain an increase.
LOGIC OF THE CHANGE.
The improvement in the condition of labor
comes with a reduction of hours. To perma
'nently improve the condition of a people you
must improve their habits. A man who works
16 to 18 hours per dajtras no chancs to expand
bis intelligence and'al ase desire for a better
condition. WhaeworVs he to form desire
for better tb' rt from od of having time
f t wnrk
lie r going ua u lue
sire to dr
3lws himself on
tc week. Noth
ae to chime; no
to work look
up dress better.
1 create a de
' . work, that
U of .America
and know that
t menace to lib-
s furnishes the
I, the men would
. I want to say
e percentage of
ere the hours of
been a decrease
roportion to the
jr. The laborer
saloon, but will
at home, and It
' the home that
tm the glitter of
Wc want to get down to eignt hours because
it will give us higher wages, more time to
think, more time tc cultivate inteligence. In
IKK) the banner will be unfurled with eight
hours for rest, eight hours for work and eight
hours for what we please; and the only way to
check corporations in their efforts to crush the
laborers is to form one solid organization with
this object In view.
"When President Gompers had finished a
gentleman in the audience asked him if the
immigration from Europe would not soon
fill the places of our own unemployed, grant
ing that they all received work under the
proposed reform. He answered that it
a-ould be better to dispose of those now idle
ban to let the coming immigration increase
be number, and that they must look to the
resent needs. He also said that the em
ployment of those at present unemployed
.rould just so much more make a demand
ix products. The immigration will not
multiply if the condition of the workmen
li Europe also is better; they will not want
to c ne to this country. He said that the
' ration of Trades nimed to carry the
nt-hour system all over the world.
Imported Brandenburg Frerea.
Tedoc, St. Emilion, St. Estepha, St.
T'llien, Margeaux, Pontet Canet, St.
I'ierrie, Chateau Leoville, Chateau La
Boca, Chateau Mouton, Grand "Van Chateau
Margeaux, Grand Vin Chateau Lafitte, by
the case or bottle G. W. Schmidt,
$I'and 97 Fifth avenue, city,
TAYLOR te DEAN'S.
S03 and 205 Market Street,
Is headquarters for adjustable window
screens, which will fit any window. Price
from 30c to SOc each. Also for fencing of
every description. eod
$5 to 20 reductions on all our ladies'
suits ginghamst satines, cloths, cash
meres, summer silks, black silk, lace and
set suits. 'Wonderful bargains this week.
Bocgs & Buhl.
Firework! Fireworks! Fireworks!
Big reduction in prices; great variety of
pieces; beautiful displays. Come early and
don't wait till the last moment. Quality
guaranteed. - J. H. Johnston,
706 Smithfield st
Fourth of July Goods.
Fine line of fireworks, flags, etc
quality. Lowest prices.
Haebison's Tot Store,
D 123 Federal street, Allegheny.
rv-ALL leading brands of Pennsylvania pure
i 'jCPre whiskies and six-year-old for $1 00 per
I quart, or six quarts for fo 00, neatlv packed
ana snipped anywhere Dy jsiax juein, bz
Federal st, Allegheny. mwp
CONNERS OUT OP DANGER.
The Victim of Ibe Sonthilde Stabbing
Affray Will Recover Black Jack, Uli
Michael Conners, the man who was
stabbed early yesterdaymorning inSligo.cn
the Southside, was resting easily last night,
and is considered by the physicians at the
Homeopathic Hospital to be out of danger.
Unless blood poisoning sets in, he will be
out of the hospital within a week. His
assailant, Heal Dougherty, alias Black
Jack, or "Bloodthirsty," was arrested at
5:10 o'clock yesterday morning, by Special
Officers Denniston and Robinson, and is
now at the Twenty-eighth ward station
Conners lived in Clinton, and not Sligo
row, as has been published. On Saturday
night his mother sent him up to the Smith
field street bridge to meet his father, who
was detained in town. The young man. who
is only 23 years of age, had been in the com
pany of Dougherty early in the evening,
and the latter becoming intoxicated Conners
took him to his boarding house. There he
made him comfortable on a bench. Con
ners then started back to the bridge, and on
his way home met a man whom he sup
posed to be Dougherty. The latter
was still under the influence of
liquor, and drawing a large knife made
a lunge at Conners. The blow struck him
in the pit of the stomach, but he managed
to stand up until a friend came along.
When the latter reached him Conners had
lost nearly a quart of blood, which was
fast dripping from the gaping wonnd in his
The meeting between the two men oc
curred and the deed was committed within
the shadows of St. Malachi's Church.
Conners had not been drinking, having
taken the pledge within the past week.
Dougherty is a puddler in the Clinton
mill, and the man he stabbed worked with
him. The'Tormer was known as a man of
very quarrelsome disposition, and it is said
he was very vicious.
CENTBAL AS FULL A8 A TICK.
There Were 73 Prisoners, Many of Them
Feddlera and Gamblers.
Magistrate Gripp had 73 oases at the Cen
tral station yesterday morning. This very
large number of prisoners was largely due
to the order of Inspector McAleese to clear
the sidewalks of unlicensed peddlers on
Saturday night. The result of theorder was
the arrest of 14 of these offenders, and they
each paid $3 and costs at the hearing. Eight
men who had been arrested in the raid on
Henry Hall's Watson street gambling house
each put up a fine of S3 and costs. The
proprietor was held.
Jiatnee John, aa Arabian, had been ar
rested for molesting a 10-year-old Italian
girl who was sweeping out a hallway at 103
Water street, Saturday afternoon. The
Magistrate only fined the Arabian $25 and
Joseph Coll and Benjamin Hughes were
arrested for fighting at the Smithfield street
bridge. At the hearing Hughes proved that
Coll had insulted Hughes' 13-year-old
daughter as she was passing along the
street, and blackguarded her when she
threatened to call the police When Hughes
heard of this he attacked Coll. The Mag
istrate sent Coll 30 days to the workhouse,
and Hughes was discharged. Martin Ward
got 30 davs for throwing a brick which
struck Officer Hilderbrecht on the head.
Exhibition of a Great Ga Well In n Pitts
burg; Sobnrb Go and See It To-Day and
Hear It Blown Off.
The new town of East Jeannette or Grape
ville, on the P. K. It., 50 minutes ride from
the Union station, will have a large money
earning population in six weeks, as the
large works of the Specialty Glass Co. will
then be in operation and soon after the
works of Hussey, Binns & Co. and a large
carriage manufactory will be completed.
Five large manufacturing plants have been
located there within 30 days, and new par
ties are looking for sites daily. With a
Working population receiving from $5,000
to $10,000 in wages weekly, there will cer
tainly be good business for grocers, drug
gists, bakers, butchers, plumbers and deal
ers in clothes, shoes, cigars, etc, etc., and
choice lots two minutes walk from Grape
viile station, will be sold at auction next
Monday at 2:30 p. M. on the ground. The
comriany has an enormous supply of natural
gas on its own land, and will euarantee to
supply each house built within 12 months
with all the gas its occupants can use tree
of cost so long as it lasts, which experts say
will be for at least 25 years. Terms, one
third cash. The employes of the Specialty
Glass Company desire to meet contractors
and builders at the sale who will build and
sell houses on time. With the factories in
operation lots will double and treble in
value within three months. Take train at
Union station to-day at 11 A. M. or 12:50
and 1 r M. Get off either at Jeannette or
La l'crla del Famar.
These celebrated clear Havana Key West
Cigars are for sale at: s
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 F. Ganster, 27 Frankstown ave.
Peter Weber, 76 Vylie ave.
John C. Stroun, 25 Union st.
E. W. Hagan," 609 Smithfield st.
Neville Bayley, 405 Smithfield st
J. K. Derr, 400 Market st.
P. C. Duffy. 540 Grant st.
E. F. Kusch, 3716 Forbes st.
Linhart, Bald & Co., 411 Smithfield st.
Charles Eble, 6009 Penn ave.
G. "W. Schmidt. 95 and 97 Fifth ave.
Oar Great July Clearance Sale Now.
Come and see the bargains silks and cal
icoes, ladies and children's suits, embroid
eries and laces, parasols. Come to-day.
Jos. Hobne & CoT's
Penn Avenue Stores.
Ladies and gentlemen possessing good
watches, when out of repair, do not trust
them to incompetent hands. Best work in
the two cities by J. P. Steinman, 107 Fed
eral st, Allegheny. MTVF
Coleman's Flag Brand,
G. W. S. Flag Brand,
By the case or bottle.
G. "W. Schmidt
95 and 97 Fifth avenue, cir
Ladle' nnd Children's Summer Snltn
All marked down to go quick. Be sur to
come in eariy. oos. iioene a, (JO. s
Penn Avenue Store;
Crackers, torpedoes, rockets. Fine assor.
ment .bow prices.
Harbison's Tot Stobe.
D 123 Federal street, Allegheny.
Gentlemen See those 25-cent French
lisle thread half hose, never sold before
under 50 cents. Bogcs & BUHL.
Guns never so cheap as sow. Send or
call for illustrated catalogue of guns, revol
vers, snortinc goods, etc.
J. H. Johnston, 706 Smithfield st
Silveb Aoe Eye at $1 60 per full quart
Sold everywhere. Principal depot, Max
Klein, Allegheny. mwt
Elegant cabinet photos, any style, $1 50
per doz. Panel picture with each doz. cabi
nets. Lies' Populab Gaixebt,10 and 12
Sixth st ' sumwp
Fine cabinet photographs, only fladozen,
at Hendricks & Co.'s, 68 Federal tt, Alle
gheny. Proof shown. s.
A MARKED ISCEEASE.
Our P. 0. Money Order Business
Grows a Third in Three Years.
OYER $4,000,000 FOR LAST TEAR.
Marvelous Exient of the System and Some
LADI TELLEBB DON'T LOSE A DOLLAR
At 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon the
fiscal year in the Money Order Department
of the Pittsburg P ostoffice came to an end.
During the year the Pittsburg office did a
business of over 4,000,000, sending to and
receiving money from almost every quarter
of the globe. It was a marvelous growth of
business, and, to a certain extent, is a
barometer of the prosperity of the city.
Below will be found the most Interesting
details from the report of the business done:
Domestic money orders issued since June SO.
1888. $329,891 85; paid, 5797,875 87. Postal notes
issued, i267 50; paid. 879,332 03. British
money orders issued, 148.775 16; paid, $11,151 CO;
German, issued. $29,824 72; paid. S20.U6 71
Italian, lssned. 19.003 92; paid, only $205 IL To
tal receipts for the year, including money
orders and postal notes issued, cash and drafts
f romjother offices (1,508,152 83) and fees from
the business of the office, $2,002,645 09. Total
disbursements, including money orders and
notes paid out and remittances to Philadelphia
($1,079,265), $2,002,645 09.
The Southside station's account fo the
year balances at $30,051 88, including 526,
874 55 on money orders issued, and
$6,022 79 on money orders paid. The East
End station's footing for the year is 526,
280J35, embracing 523,790 06 in money or
ders issued. Station B, Lawrenceville,
521,827 13; money orders issued, 519,839 81.
The total net receipts of the Pittsburg
Money Order Department for the year end
ing Jun'e 30, 1889, including stations, was
54,082,626 CO. The total business for the
year ending June 30, 1886, was 53,070,297 94.
This is a gain in three years of 51,012,
328 66, or 32 per cent
Probably no other feature of the public
business of this country has such extensive
ramifications, or has grown so fast in public
favor, as the money order business of the
Postoffice Department The figures are
amazing, Interesting and instructive, and
especially so with regard to the internation
The remote corners of the world have been
invaded by this system, and the transmis
sion of money so jealously guarded that the
thieves of the world have abandoned the
money-order system as the oje human
scheme that bafiles the craftiest of their
tribe. The money-order mayjget lost in the
Azores or thrown into the Atlantic or Pacific
Ocean, or become-ice bound in Norway, or
be torn to shreds in Singapore or Malacca;
but it is still worth its face, and must be
duplicated at the paying office upon the de
mand of the payee and without proof of loss.
The checks and guards against imposition
are such that no questions are asked except
the date of the issue for reference, and the
amount and the number of the order, or the
names of the parties in interest.
Twenty-two foreign countries have now a
complete ahd direct exchange system with
this country, with an indirect exchange
with almost every spot on the map of the
THE PBOFTTS AT HOME.
The domestic features of the system show
that for every 51 in orders sent to other
cities of the country we get back about
52 50, and that while we send to Philadel
phia over 51,000,000 from the surplus, we
got 51,500,000 from the country offices in
This immense business, aggregating in
the last year more than 54,000,000, without
the loss of a dollar, and reaching out over
the world to conditions and races of people
that we can know but little about, is
handled and conducted in the Pittsburg
office by five ladies. Miss Steel is superin
tendent of the division, assisted by Misses
Diehl, Heinle and O'Brien, while Mrs.
Hammet issues the certificates of credit
The growth of business at the recently es
tablished stations on Southside and in Law
renceville shows that the necessity that ex
isted for their establishment and their value
to the people of these localities. The East
Liberty station, although the oldest by
many years and surrounded by a large and
wealthy class of people, has lost its rank in
point of business, and is now second on the
list, with Station B forging to the front,
ready almost to dispute for second place.
EXCURSIONS TO NASHYILTJE, TENN.,
Via the Pennsylvania Lines, for the National
The Pennsylvania lines west of Pittsburg
will sell excursion tickets to Nashville,
Tenn., and return oh July 1 to 15, on account
of the meeting of tb'c National Educational
Association. These tickets will be sold at
especially reduced rates, and will be good
returning until September 10, 1889. For
complete information apply to Samuel
Moody, D. P. A.. 1127 Liberty street
X. 3C X. 1855, Pure Eye Whisky, full
quarts 52 00
I860, McKim's Pure Eye "Whisky,
full quarts 3 00
Monogram, Pure Eye "Wnisky, full
quarts. ...-. ..... X 75
Extra Old Cabinet, Pure Eye "Whisky,
lull quarts 1 50
Gibson's, 1879, Pure Eye Whisky, full
quarts 2 00
Gibson's Pure Eye Whisky, full
quarts 1 50
ttucKenneimer "ure aye wnisKy, lull
quarts 1 00
Guckenheimer Export,Pure Eye "Whis
ky, full quarts 1 50
Moss Export, Pure Eye "Whisky, full
quarts 1 25
1879 Export, Pure Eye -Whisky, full
quarts i 1 25
1880 Export, Pure Eye Whisky, full
cfuarts 1 00
For sale by G. W. Schmidt, Nos. 95 and
97 Fifth ave.
Oar Great Jnlr Clearance Bale Now.
Come and see the bargains silks and cal
icoes, ladies and children's suits, embroid
eries and laces, parasols. Come to-day.
Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Our stock of leather goods for travelers is
the largest and the cheapest
Boogs & Buhl.
Oar Great July Mark-Down Sale.
Stock must be reduced now. Come and
see the bargains.
JOS. hobne 8c Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Baby Cri-rlnges. e
Prices greatly reduced to make room for
kll goods. Habbison's-Tot Stobe,
id ret jeeaerai et, Aiiecneny.
'lire cold SDectacles. cracticallr adiusted
the face and sight at Steinnian's, 107
FUeral st liw
VKR Age Bye at SI 50 nerfnllanart.
Sofl everywhere. Principal depot. Max
Klito, Allegheny. mwp
Gliis, revolvers; catalogue free.
'", i. H. Johnston,-706 Bmlthfield at
City Arc Llgbu AH IJp The Iaut TwentT
flro IJcbted Last Nlabt The Incandes
cent lamps Came Next.
yesterday the time specified in the con
tract between the city and the East End Elec
tric Light Company expired, and last night
all the arc lights in the entire city, number
ing 493, trere lighted. On Saturday night
the Southside and the "West End arc lights
were put in the circuit, and last night the
last 25 lights those on Hiland avenue
This makes the East End Electric Light
Company the largest arc light plant in the
country ,7and the building specially erected
to do the city work is about completed. It
is a large brick structure covering an area
50x100 feet It is fitted up with two Bab
cock & Wilcox boilers or 900 horse power
each. Beside that, there are eight "Westing
house automatic engines and 16 dynamos,
or arc-light machines. From each of these
machines 35 arc lights will be supplied.
Superintendent Shane, of the East End
Electric Light Company, stated to a Dis
patch reporter that the'Pittsburg arc light
plant is the largest and most complete in
the country. He says the wiring of-the
city embraces 800 miles, covering a distance
sometbine like that from Pittsburg to
Kansas City. This amount of wire weighs,
roughly estimated, about 350,000 pound".
The contract for incandescent lighting is
the next thing to be done. There are now
about 1,100 lamps distributed over the city;
but there are to oe 2,500 put up, and the
Department of Public Works is raidlyget
ting ready with the specifications. It is ex
pected that all these lights will be finished
within a month.
A very interesting feature in the build
ings of the Electric Light Company is the
switch board. The arc lamps are turned on
direct from the dynamo, 35 lamps at a time.
All the incandescent lamps, however, are
turned on by use of the switch.
B. &B. ,
50 cents is the price, for two hours this
morning, on that choice and limited lot of
51 21 directoire side-band suitings. 50o for
two hours 8 o'clock. Bogos & Buhl.
FlBEworks, crackers, torpedoes; finest
assortment; low prices.
J. H. Johnston, 706 Smithfield st
This Is Our Bargain Month.
Everybody invited to come and see the
best and newest goods and lowest prices.
Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Guns, revolvers; catalogues free.
J. H. Johnston, 706 Smithfield st
THE PITTSBURG AND WESTERN RAIL
WAY CO. Coupons from the first mort
gage bonds of this company maturing July 1,
ISSy.will be paid on and after that date upon pre
sentation at the office of Messrs. Drexel, Mor
gan Co., New York.
H. D. CAMPBELL,
"XTOTICE A SPECIAL MEETING OF
iM Great Western Lodge, No. 315. K. of P.,
will be held at Pythian Hall, No. 76 Fifth ave
nue, at 7:30 V. M.. JULY J. 18S9, to make ar
rangements for funeral of our late deceased
brother, John A. Carrille, No. 7 Wylie ave
jyl-6 W.W.SCAGGS,C.C.,315K.of P.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
JCLYli.lSSy. the channel span of the
Ohio river bridge at Steubenville, O.. will be
closed to navigation, and will continue to be
closed during the erection of the new super,
structure, for a period of about four weeks.
M. J. BECKER.
Chief Engineer P., C. t Su L. By. Co.
Pittsburg, Pa., July 1, 1S89. Jyl-63
-VTOTICE-ON AND AFJER MONDAY;
ulv L 1SS9. a 'bus will rnn from electric cars
to Keatinc House at 7. 8, 9, 10 A. M., and return
trips from Keating House 720, 8.30. 9.30 A. JL,
and from cars at 4, 6, 6, 7. 8 p.uand from house
at 300. 4:30. 6:30 and 1030 P. M.
Suppers to order.
This is the route to West View, Jewish and
Bt Fhilomena'a Cemeteries. Jvl-lir
VTOTICE BY VIRTUE OF A RESOLU
1 TION of the Board of Directors of the
Arcanum Building and Loan of Allegheny
County, the books are now open for subscrip
tion to third series of stock at the office of as.
soclation, 607 Penn avenue. Pittsburg. Office
hours from 9 A. if. to 4 p. K. daily. The first
oayment on shares of third series will be made
on August 18, 1889. Copies of rules and regula
tions may be had on inquiry at office.
WM. K. GRAY,
TO OTIOE TO BONDHOLDERS
In pursuance of the provisions contained in
the mortgage bonds of the Wononcahela Navi
gation Company, issued July 1, 18S2, one hun
dred bonds.'numbered as follows, will become
due and payable on July 1, 1889. and interest
thereon will cease on that date, viz.:
Nos. 1, 2. 13. 14. 26, 8L 32. 34. 88, 42. 44, 48, 5L 61,
62, 78. 89, 94, 101, 102, 104, 105, 111, 117, 123, 126. 129.
lUflta, 147, 149, 150, 153. 157, 158. 160. 162, 167, 17L
173, 180, 18L 182, 193, 195. 198. 199. 202, 211, 213, 217.
218. 23a 243, 246, 247, 268, 269, 270. 276, 280. 281. 285,
286. 296, 304, 307. 811. 312, 314, 318, 322. 329, 339, 35i
863, 370, 371, 379, 380. 3S1, 384. 889, 392, 337. 399, 401.
405, 4U8, 414, 417, 43L 435, 439, 443, 448, 453, 458, 470,
These bonds will be paid with Interest to
July 1, 1889, at any time after June 1. 1889, on
presentation and surrender thereof with all
unmatured coupons attached, at the Trades
men's National Bank of Pittsbnrg, or at my of
fice. No. 110 Diamond street, Pittsburg.
W. BAKEWELL, Treasurer.
PrrTSBPBO. April 29, 1889. ap29-4-M
Duquesne National Bank. i
Pittsburg, Pa., July L 18S9. (
DIVIDEND THE BOARD OF DIRECT
ORS of this bank have this day declared
a dividend of FOUR PERCKNTUM on the
capital stock out of tbe earnings of the last six
month, payable on demand, free of tax.
je380 A H. PATTERSON. Cashier.
Arsenal Bank of Pittsburg,
Pittsburg. Jnly L 18S9. (
DIVIDEND THE BOARD OF DIREC
TORS of this bank have declared a dlvi
oend of FOUR (4) PER CENT out of the earn
ings of the last six months, payable forthwith.
feSO-4 W. S. WILLIAMS, Cashier.
Allegheny National Bane, Pittsburg.
X-vIVIDEND THE BOARD OF DIKEO
IJ TORS has thii day declared a dividend of
THREE PER CENT out of the earning of
past six months, paranle July 1, 1889.
F. C. HUTCHINSON, Cashier.
JUNE 29, 1SS9. Jyl-25
Freehold Ba.k. l
Pittsburg. June 29. 1889. f
BrVIDEND THE DIRECTORS OF THIS
bank have this day declared a dividend of
REE (3) PER CENT out of the earnings of
tbe last sjx months, payable forthwith.
je30-41 J. F. STEEL, Cashier.
Masonic Bane, i
Pittsburg, Pa.. June 29. 1889. f
THIRTY-TH1RD DIVIDEND THE
Board or 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.
Odd Fellows Savings Bank, I
Pittsburg, June 29. 18S9. 1
DTVIDEND-THE DIRECTORS OF THIS
bank have this day declared a dividend'
ot THREE (3) PER CENT on the capital
stock out of the earnings of tbe last six months
payable on demand free of tax.
je30-118 F. E. MOORE, Cashier.
PiTTSBUBGNATTONALBANKOr COMMERCE (
Pittsburg. June 29, 1889. t
DIVIDEND-THE BOARD OF DIREC
TORS of this bank bae this day declared
a dividend of FIVE (5) PER CENT out of
tbe earnings of tbe last six months, payable
forthwith, free of tax. C. L WADE,
First National Bank.
Pittsburg. Pa- June 29. 1889.
DIVIDEND THE DIRECTORS OF THIS
bank bave this day declared a quarterly
dividend of TWO PER CENT on tbe capital
siock. payame on aemano, iree oi tax.
JeSftiO J. D. SCULLY. Cashier.
CHELTENHAM ACADEMY. OGONTZ
Pa. Unexcelled location and surround
ings. New school equipment Gymnasium,
military drill, etc Thorough preparation for
college or scientific school. For circular, etc.,
address J. CALVIN RICE, A. M Principal.
NEW YORK MILITARY ACADEMY,
Cornwall-on-Hudson. Courses of study in
civil engineering, English and classics. Labor
atory, drawing room and field work. Beautiful
Duildings, grounds, location. COL. C..J.
WRIGHT, B. 8., A. M., Bupt; BELDKNT.
HYATT, Comd't of Cadets. . JeI4-
mfJHtplay advtrtUementt one Oottar par
tqvare or one insertion. Ctatsffled mdvcrtUe
menlt on thi page such or Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, etc, ten cents per line for each'inser
tion, and none taken or leu than fifty 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 be prepaid except where
advertisers already hare accounts with Tux Uls-
THOMAS McCAFFKKY, S5o9 Bntler street.
EMIL Q. STUCKEY. 24th street and 1'enn ave.
K. G. STUCKEY A CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton St.
N. STOKELY. Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, 121 Penn arenas.
MCALLISTEK A SHEIBLER,Sth av. A Alwopd st.
JACOB SPOHN. No. Z Carson street.
CHAS. SCHWARM, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAEBCHEU, S9 Federal street.
H.J.McBKIDK. Federal and Ohio streets.
KBED H. EUGEK3. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEK3 St SON. Ohio and Chestnut it.
1. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS JIcHENBY, Western and Inrlnaves.
G.W.HUGHES, rennsylvanla and Beaver ares.
PEKKY M. OLEIM. Kebecca and Allegheny ares.
TTANTED-t G'OD BARBEB; STEADY
W work. 610 GRANT STKEET. Jyl-Il
WANTED-JOB COMI'OSITOR. FRANKLIN
PRINTING OFFICE, 77 Diamond itreef.
WANTED-A GOOD GERMAN HAKBER.
Apply JOE CHBISTMANN, 2743 Penn are.
-TTTA.NTEI)-FIRST-Cr.A83 WAGON BLACK
VV SMITH. Apply to WM. L. UENSEL,eosncr
First and Middle sts., Allegheny. Jyl-23
XTT ANTED FIVE FIRST-CLASS MA
VV CHlNEKYmoIdersat once. Call or apply
BHEN ANUO MACHINE CO., LIMITED, Sharon,
WANTED TRACKLAYER A MAN WHO
understands lajlnjr and ballasting new
tracks; apply at once. WE. HOWLEY, 713 Fifth
WANTED-FIKST-CLASS BRASS MOLUEB
can find permanent employment at the
KELLY & JONES CO., 143 First ave., Pe., or
Greensburr, Pa. Je29-3S
TITANTEO-OFF1CE BOY APPLY TUES
W DAY noon to BUSINESS MANAGER at
Dispatch office. Fifth avenne; applications at any
other hour will not be heard. Je30-117
TTTTANTED-A GOOD YOUNG MAN, FROM 18
V V to SO Tears, who ran drive a horse and make
himself generally useful. Apply at JOHN A.
LAMMEkT'S, 408 Wylle avenue. Jyl-17
tTT-ANTEO-A MAN QUICK TO LEABN. LO-
V GATED outside large cities, to represent In
his locality responsible house: salary Sioo to right
6 arty: references. SUPT. MFG. HOUSE. Lock
TTTANTED A BOY 15 OR 16 YEARS OLD,
YV who can write a fair hand and has some
knowledge of figures. Applv between 8 and 9
Tuesday morning at PlTTSbURG LABEL CO,
IKTSecond ave. Jyl-H
WANTED-ACTIVE. INTELLIGENT MEN,
desirous of making (5 per day, and placing
themselves In an independent position; business
light, pleasant and extremely profitable. Call at
onre for full particulars upon C. H. STAMFORD,
S6 South Twelfth st. Pittsburg. 1e30-47
WANTED-MEN TO ATTEND NEW YORK
Cutting School; Urllng's actual measure
ment taught In all its branches; the only true
system fitting any and all shapes: no trying on:
instructions, 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. ; evening. 7 to 9
r. M.; call or write for circular. 514 WOOD ST.,
Pittsburg, Pa. Je23
TTANTED MAN-TO TAKE AGENCY OF
TV our safes; siie 8x18x18 inches; weight SCO
lbs. : retail price t3S;otherslresin proportion: rare
chance to create permanent buslmess 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.
WANTED AGENTS THE LARGEST,
handsomest, best book "Johnstown Hor
ror, or the Valley or Death" is now ready:
agents desiring to bave a share In the enormous
sales should send 40c for outnts at once; octavo
volume, suu pages; croinDinuing.1 w:sneep,f2Kj;
copiously Illustrated and beats all else for sale.
Acnlr P. J. FLEMING A CO.. 77 Diamond it..
-TTTANTED-GIBLS TO DO MACHINE 8EW
W INU on cloaks; steady work. BAMl'LIN
ER & RICH, 819 Liberty st. JeS-M
WANTEO-LADIES, MARRIEDOR SINGLE,
to travel, or do business at home: light,
pleasant and extremely profitable occupation,
ladles wishing to place themselves In an Indepen
dent position call at once lor full particulars. C.
H. STAMFORD, S6 South Twelfth St., Pittsburg.
Blale and Pemalo Heln.
ANTEU-A GERMAN BOY AND GIRL, AT
uMuiDerry St., I'litSDurg. jew-iy
WA1.TED-FIFTEEN FARM HANDS,
houseglrls. also, two sewing girls, 5. on
Monday and Tuesday mornings, at KIRK'S, 67
East Diamond, Allegheny.
WANTF.D-2 DRESSMAKERS, 1 SEAM
STRESS, I laundress, chambermaids, dln
ingroom girls, nurses. 5 young girls. 100 bouse
gins, uerman aua coiorea gins; anvers, gar-
deners, farm hands.
juiu. x.. xxiuJiiraun. ouo
WANTED-AT ONCE FARM HANDS, IS
per month, dressmaker and sewing girls,
child's nurse, nursery governess, SOD houseglrls,
GO cooks, 9 chambermaids, laundress, second
cook and dishwasher, pantry girls and waitress.
MEEHAN'S AGENCY, 545 Grant st.
WANTED - SIS WEEKLY-REPRESENTATIVE,
male or female, in every community:
goods staple: household necessity; sell at sight; no
peddling; salary paid promptly, and expenses ad
vanced. Full particulars and valuable sample
case free; we mean Jud what we say. Address at
once STANDARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston.
WANTED SIORTGAGES, LARGE AND
small. ED WITT1SH, 410 Grant St.. Pitts
WANTED-MOKTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
In sums to suit at 4)4, 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth are. Tel. 167.
WANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over 84,000; 4"i per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEA VLR& CO.. S2 Fourth avenue.
WANTEU-RENT3 COLLECTED PROMPT
LY: property managed witn satisfaction.
ALLES Si BAILEY. 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
tT A N T E D MORTGAGES IN ANY
Y amounts: 44 to 6 per cent: city and country:
no delay. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO.. 99
Fourth avenue. Ja20-55-MThS
WANTED-MORTGAGES IN LARUE AND
small amounts; we hare a large amount of
-noney to loan at 6 per cent. W. A. HEBRON
UON'S, 80 Fourth avenue.
i e30-72-l, 3. 6, a, II, 13, 16, 18. 30, 23, IS. 27, 30
WANTED-MORTG AG ES-81. 000,000 TO LOAN
in large and small amounts at 4H. 5 and 6
?er cent, free of State tax; no delay. REED 13.
)OVLE& CO., 131 Fourth are. mya-60
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY IN LARGEOR
small amounts, at lowest rates, on Pitta
burg, Allegheny or snburban Improved real es
tate. ALEXANDER A LEE, 313 Wood St.
WANTED-TO LOAN 8300,000. IN AMOUNTS
of fi, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4)i percent, free or tax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK X BAIRD,
95 Fourth avenue. se2l-d2S-D
WANTED MORTGAGES-SI. 000, 000TO LOAN
on city and snburban properties at 4K, Sand
6 per cent, and on farms in Allegheny and adja
cent counties at sper cent. I. M. PEN NOCK A
SON, 103 Fourth avenue. ap7-Hl
TUTANTED-TO LOAN 1200,000 ON MORT
YV GAGES: (100 and upward at 6 per cent;
fSO0,OD0at 4K per cent on residences or business
pronerty: .also in adjoining counties. S. H.
FRENCH. 125 Fourth avenne. oc31-e84-D
gold and silver watches, marble clocks, sil
verware, etc.. at 81 per week upward, at M0 Fed
eral St., Allegheny. J. MITSCH. JelS-MWTSu
WANTED-LADILS TO KNOWHAUGH 4
Keeuan repair, refinlsh or upholster old
furniture promptly and In the best possible man
ner. 33 AND 34 WATER BT. 'Phone 1626. my9-83
WANTED A PAIR OF WELL-MATCHED
carriage horses: must be guaranteed sound:
also absolutely safe: state age, height, color and
Sualltlcatlons, and lowest price. Address P.O.
0X134, Pittsburg.- Je30-66
WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER. 96-Flfth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street. Allegheny, everybodj to
know that he is making line cabinets at il GO per
dozen; photos delivered when promised; Instan
taneous process. - mhlS-S3
WANTED-A NO. 1 BARBERS-FIVE CITY
shsps; one first-class hotel shop, and two
shops In near-br towns for sale: we take this
means to Inform tbe trade that we are agents for
the Archer MTg. Co. barber chairs: the best and
most reliable lnthe world. A. EDLI3 & CO.,
Leading Manufacturers or Barbers' Furniture
and Supplies, 502. 504, 506 Liberty st. Jyl-5
ANTED ANY ONE WANTING A HAND
SOMELY enrraved 14-karat. gold-filled.
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 cup settings;
spring compensation balance, quick train afety
pinion; all latest Improvements; at a low price
on easy payments. Address LOCK BOX 501. Pitts
burg P. O., and I will call and show same: corre-'
apouQcnce sincuy counacimai. jcu-va
WANTED-TARMKU3 WILL FIND A MAR
KET Tor their cherries and red laspberrles
at Helm's Preserving Works, 168 and 170 Seroud
are., city. H. J. HJEIpZ CO. jezt-32-D
FOR HALE-IMFKOVED, REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE VERY DESIRABLE PROPERTY
on Webster ave.. Eleventh ward. Plttiburg.
GEO. JOHNSTON, Agt. 62 Fourth ave. Je30-98
TTIOR SALE ONLY H750 FOR A GOOD
JC brick house. 8 rooms: late Improvements: on
Bluff, near Chestnut st , Sixth Ward: on easy pay
ments. W. A. HEBRON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth ave
TTIOR SALE-A 3-STORY BRICK DWELLING
JD on Colwell St., near Dinwiddle, containing 5
rooms and finished attic, hall, wash-house, good
cellar, paved yard: lot SCxlOO. and onlv (2.800.
For particulars call on BLACK & KAllfD, 85
Fourth ave. Je28-t0-D
Enst End Residences.
FOR 8ALE-SF.VERAL VERY FINE RESI
DENCE properties in Allegheny, near parks.
For particulars call on W. W. MCNEILL & BRO ,
103 Fourth ave. Je30-4S
FOR SALE-ON MEYRAN AVENUE, TWO
squares from cable cars, Oakland. brlcK
dwelling; Itte style: 8 rooms. W. A. HERRON &
SONS, 80 Fourth ate. Je30-67-l.16.lM3
FORSALE-t3.400-fl00 CASH. BALANCE ON
easy payments: houses rooms; well located
on paret' street In the midst of Oakland. W A.
HERRON A SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
PORSALE-6 ACRES OF GROUND IN THE
East End, all level and In first-class order;
small house and stable on premises; a good specu
lation, as it could be divided Into fine building
lots. BLACK A BAIRD, 05 Fonrth ave. Je28-41-D
FOR SALE-ONLY A FEW NOW REMAIN
unsold of the very desirable eight-room dwell
ings on Oakland square. The rapidity with which
sales have been made show ine estimation in
which ther are held; durably built and handsome
ly finished, supplied with every modern con
venience; standington large lots and facing a
handsome park planted with beautiful shade trees,
these dwellings nave the notable advantage of be
ing but 15 to so minutes from the postoffice by tbe
Pittsburg Traction road: a cable loop, forwhlch
an ordinance Is now In Councils, will pass within
100 feet or tbe square: prices 86,500 and $6,750:
terms, moderate cash payment and long time on
balance. ApplytoS.W. BLACK 4 CO., 89 Fourth
V and sood lot 25x90 feet, with side entrance.
No. 10 Greenwood avenue, near Beaver avenue.
Allegheny, 10 large and commodious rooms, with
bath. w. c, natural gas; all in prime order
throughout: to be sold at public sale on Monday,
JulyL at2o1clock P.M., on tbe premises; peremp
tory sale. Terms from J AS. W. DRAPE 4 CO.,
123 Fonrth avenue, Plvtsburg. Je28-63-D
FOR SALE-AT AUCTION, MONDAY. JULY
1, at O'clock, on premises. No. 11 McClin
tock are.. Second ward. Allegheny, electric car
station, lot 40x133, handsome residence six rooms,
hall, attic, bath, laundry, pantry, porch, furnace,
cedar and china closets; lovely situation : exi ellent
neighborhood: a choice home: visit It: limited
Srice, 87.6C0. Full particulars by A. LEGGATE
SON, Auctioneers, 31 Federal St., Allegheny.
T710R SALE-CO U NTRY HOME AT FAIRO AKS,
J P., Ft. W. 4 C. R. R.. embracing between 4
and 5 acres of land on which Is a dwelling or U
rooms. Ice house, wash room, large stable, car
riage bouse and several outbuildings; land Is cov
ered with bearing frulttrees and largeshade trees:
dwelling and stable are supplied with delicious
spring water, and heated and illuminated with
gas at reasonable expense; premises are connected
with It. R. by botrd walk, and are unsurpassed In
beauty and health fulness of location; will be sold
quite low. J. M. SIGNER, 22 Bakewcll Building.
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOB SALE-327 LOTS IN THIRTEENTH
ward, Pittsburg. GEO. JOHNSrON. Agt.,
62 Fourth ave. JeSO-W
FOR SALE-VERY FINE LOT ON GRAND
VIEW avenue. Mt. Washington. GEO.
JOHNSTON. Agt., 62 Fourth ave. Je30-98
FOR SALE-LOTS-ON WYLIE, WEBSTER
and Bedford ares.. Thirteenth ward. city.
GEO. JOHNSrON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave. Je30-93
FORSALE-CITY LOTS-10LOTS ON LIBERTY
ave., between Thirty-ninth and Fortieth sts.,
Pittsburg, Pa.: low and on long time. H.
FORBES, W heeling, W. Va. Je22-35
FOR 8ALE-100 LOTS IN DUFF PLAN.
fronting on Wylle. Webster and Bedford
aves., and on Chauncey. Dun. Dalzell and Ridge
sts.. Thirteenth ward. Pittsburg. GEO. JOHN
STON, Agent, 62 Fourth are. Je30-98
Xnat End Lota.
17IQB 8ALE-2.20O LOTS IN TWENTY-SECOND
X? ward.PltUburg. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent,
62 Fourth are- JeJu-OS
FOR SALE-LOTS! LOTSI-3 CHOICE LOTS
on Frankstown ave., Brushton station; Bank
of Commerce addition plan: each 40x140 feet to 24
foot alley: terms 850 down and (10 a month;
cheapest lots in the market. Secure plan from
JOHN F. BAXTER, Agent, 512 Smithfield St. .
FOR HALE-LOTS NEAR NEOLEY AVENUE,
on Baum street; this locality Is being vigor
ously sought after on account of the improvements
now being made: size. 50x120 feet. 20-foot alley in
rear, sewer In slier: every lot has sewer connec
tion. MELLON BROS., East End, or JOHN F.
BAXTER, Ageut, 512Smltbfleld street.
FOR SALE-LOTS AT HAZELWOOD AND
Glcnwood. near the station: only 15 minutes
irom new is. 4 o. station, smitnneia si. : granea
streets, sidewalks, city water, gas: 8X0 to (1,000:
houses for sale, small payment down, balance In
monthly payments If desired: railroad fare.
moothlr tickets, 8)4 cents per trip. GEORGE C.
monuiir uoKeis. accents per irip. trAUKujc. i
BUROWIN, 159 Fourth ave. Jel8-71-Jiwrssu
FOR SALE TWO DESIRABLE BUILDING
lots on Washington ave., Allegheny. GEO.
JOHNSTON, Agt., 62 Fourth ave. e3O-08
TOWN Park, near East St., Allegheny. GEO.
JOHNSTON, Agt., 2 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE CHEAP. YET DESIRABLE AL
LEGHENY building lots, as low as $350, on
eisv payments: call or send for plans. W. A.
HERRON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
J e30-70-3, 6, , 13, 16,20, 23, 27, ,10
OB SALE-LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues and I,ombard street. Allechenv. in
the Tenth and Twelfth wards; on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH MCN AUGHER, 43 N. Diamond st.
FOB SALE-LOT3-AT INGRAM. ALL IN
first-class locations; no swamp or bottom
lands handled. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 62
Fourth ave. Je30-93
FOR SALE-SEVERAL "HUNDRKD CHOICE
lots at Ingram: a, 5, 10 and 20 minutes' from
R. B. station. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agt.. 62
Fourth are. Je?0-93
FOR SALE A TARSI OF-30 ACRES IN
O'Hara township. Smiles from bharpsburg;
good garden ground; has house and barn on it,
and plenty of fruit and water. SEBAbTlAN
BITTER, Snarpsburg, Pa. Je26-5
FOR SALE-FARM OF 75 ACRES-HIGIILY
improved, 5 acres orchard, variety of fruit; I
story brick dwelling J2 rooms, brick stable and
carriage house: frame tenement house 6 room's: 8
miles from city.close to two R.R. lines. ED. U lT
T1SH. 410 Grant St., Pittsburg, Pa. Je22-D
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE IMPROVED
farms: 120 acres In Westmoreland CO., (5 000;
300 acres, Fayette co.. (6,000; 130 acres or pool No.
9, ft. 509: 53 acres, Armstrong CO., 84.500: 67 acres 8
miles from Washington, D. C (garden farm),
82.500; 212 acres. Armstrong co.. (3,500: other
places also. STEVENSON'S AGENCY, 100 Fifth
FOR SALE ATLANTIC CITY.N. J.-HOTELS,
boarding houses, cottages, lots and bath
houses to let or for sale by I. G. ADAMS 4 CO..
real estate agents, B. Est. 4 Law Bdg Atlantic
City. N. J. Je20-S-D
FOR SALE-A CHOICEBLOCKOFBU1LD1NG
lots fronting on Davis and Erin streets, hair
square from Central Traction road. Street here
nicely elevated, paved and sewered. Buildings
surrounding all good. Costly and handsome new
buildings now being constructed In vicinity.
This Is a good point for Investment. Will sell at
less than present and away below prospective
A choice business corner. Thirty-third st. and
Madlon avenue, opposite Central Traction stable.
100 reet on Thirty-third St., pared. A first-class
location for retail business of any kind or for pub
lic hall. A sure and profitable Investment.
Elegant bulldlngsltes 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 or
any part or city by Central Traction road. Will
sell In any number ot reet frontage at prices that
will guarantee the purchaser a profitable Invest
ment. Desirable residence property or. Benton avenue.
Allegheny, convenient to New Brighton road and
proposed electrlcroad. Large lots, low prices and
easy terms. v
Je29-3 CHARLES SOMERS, (13 Wood street.
FOR -SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-OKEXCHANGE-A NO. 1 COUN
TRY store and stock for Hazelwood property
(10,000 worth): farm worth (7.000 for a stock of
goods: farm of GO acres, with nice cottage on Chau
tauqua Lake, 87,000. STEVENSON'S AGENCY,
100 Fifth ave. , Je30-13
FOR SALE-FINE, EXTENSIVE AND PROF
ITABLE bakery. Ice cream and confection
ery business: nothing better and must be sold;
also, grocery. 4rygoods.drug, cigar, china and
notion stores; printing office. butcher shop, baker
ies and other buslnesschauces. Free particulars.
SHEPARD 4 CO.. 54 Fifth ave. Jel6
-ITiGR 8ALE-KAILBOAD HOTEL FUBNI
A? TUBS and lease, 35 rooms, all modern Im
provements; doing business 11,800 per mo.; hotel
to be enlarged to accommodate increasing trade;
will bear personal Investigation: splendid oppor
tunity for person understanding hotel business;
near Pittsburg' on P. L.VK. R. B- Farther par
ticulars of AXLES A BAILEY, 161 Fourth ave.
TeL 167. Je26-1
F0R SALE BD8ISESS.
T7HJR SALE-LIVERY STABLE, STOCK AND
JC fixtures. Inquire of JUEO. BEET. Bridge
St.. Etna. Je27-74-MWVS
FOB SALE-DBUGSTOREIN A THRIVING
town of l.soo: doing an excellent business;
no opposition; reasons good. Address BOX.9W,
Pittsburg, Pa. Je30-36
FORSALE A FIRST-CLASS SHOESTORE. ES
TABLISHED trade and good stock: located
In best Iron town In Ohlm good reason for selling.
Address WADE, Dispatch office Jeg-52
FOR SALE-A FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT,
doing a fair business, on one of tbe best
business streets In the city: will be sold cheap.
the owner Is in pocr health and must quit tbe busi
ness. Address B. tt. Dispatch office. Jyl-7
FOR SALE MANUFACTURING SITE
River avenue, Allegheny, between I. 4 W.
and W. P. R. R.. opposite new Thirtieth street
bridge: lot 2S0xl25r one or the best locations for
manufacturing purposes In the two cities, if not
sold this property will be offered at public sale
July 15 For particulars call on or address JOHN
J. HOWLEY. 127 Fourth are. Je30-62
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
noreea. Vehicles. Live Stock. fcc
OR SALEFINE FRAZIER ROAD CARTS.
tt WEST 4 CO., 420 Duquesne way. JelZ-43
FOR SALE-(I40 FOR A BAY .HORSK.9 YEARS
old: weight 1.150 lbs.:jsound, gentle and
don't scare at cars. H. S.'McCONNEL, New
Brighton, Pa. Jyl-30
FOR SALE-HORSES-JUST RECEIVED A
carload or drivers, draft and coach hordes.
Can be seen at Nos. 310 and 312 LIBERTY ST.,
Allegheny. Excelsior Sale Stables. Jc24-24
FOR SALE-ONE SHETLAND PONY. WELL
broken, and boy or girl can drive him; also,
one family horse that any lady can drive: also one
family barouche and harness; tbe above will be
sold at a bargain: can be seen at tbe stables of A.
JACKMAN 4 bON. 530 to 530 Penn ave. Jyl-12
aiachinery una Metais.
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; aU sizes and styles kept in stock, from
4 to 100 h. p.; all refitted; good as new, at lowest
rices; mounted portable engines, 8 to 25 h. p.
-25 Park way. J . S. YO UN G, Allegheny, Pa.
FOR SALE 2SX4S 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, 150
First ave. aul-p32-uwv
FOR SALE-CONTRACTORS' MACHINERY:
one 7jxl2-inch double engine, double drum:
others large and small, with single or double
friction drums; wire and manlla rope, centrifugal
pumps, etc; two 26x48-tnch horizontal engines
with flywheels. THOMASCARLIN'SSONS, cor.
LacocW and Sandusky sts.. Allegheny. ia!7-MWy
rpO LET-HOUSE OF ELEVEN ROOMS. NO.
JL 177 Third ave. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agt.. 62
Fourth ave. Je30-93
TO LET-NO. 171 SECOND AVE.. BRICK
dwelling; bill and 9 rooms: possession Im
mediately. J. 3I.STONER, Z! Bakewell Build
TO LET-NO. 97 CENTER AVE.. HOUSE OF
10 rooms; all modern Improvements: rent.
835 per month. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agt., 62
Fourth ave. Je30-98
TO LET-NO. 955 PENN AVE.-HOUSE OF
eleven rooms and laundry: double parlors,
dlnlcg room, kitchen and laundry on first floor;
elegant location for furnished rooms or first-class
boarding. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agt., 62 Fourth
TO LET NO. 19 MONTEREY ST.. ALLE
GHENY Finely finished 10-room house,
bath, laupdry and all modern conveniences,
GEO. JOHNSTON, Agt, 62 Fourth ave. Je30-98
TO LET-ON KIBKPATKICK AVE., ALLE
GHENY, brick bouse of 6 rooms and fin
ished attic, hall, bath, w. e . both gases etc.;
nice lot: no water rent. ALEXANDER 4 LEE,
313 Wood st. Jc29-28-D
TO LET-(99)-ALLEGHENY. 176 WASHING
TON ave., new modern 2-story mansard,
pressed brick dwelling: & rooms, bath, h. and c.
water. Inside w.c, electric bells: all modern con
veniences: cheap at WOO per year. SAMUEL w.
BLACK 4 CO., 99 Fourth ave. Je29-31-MTbs
fTTO LET-AT 1NGRAM-HOUSE OF SEVEN
1 rooms, with ten acres of ground; fruit In
abundance; low rent. GEO. JOHNSTON. Aet.,
62 Fourth ave. Je30-93
I Offices. Dek Room. fcc
rriO LET-WELL LIGHTED OFFICE. NEWLY
I painted: elevator. Janitor service and al
modern conveniences. Apply to GEBMANIA
SAVINGS BANK, 423 Wood street.
TO LET-OFFICE BOOMS OR SUITES FOB
general business purposes In the new DIS
PATCH BUILDING. 75. TT and 79 Diamond St.:
situation most central In the city: electilo light
Included In rents, wblch are moderate. Apply
between 11 A. M. and 5 r. M. Je27-d
TO LET-PENN BUILDING. PENN AVE.,'
near Seventh St., offices single or en suite,
in this elegant 8-story hnlldlng: 2 Crane elevators,
heat and Janitor services; reuts exceptionally
low; floor plans at our office: we have also de
sirable offices lu other good buildings. SAMUEL
W. BLACK 4 CO., 99 Fourth ave. Je29-32-D
TO LET-HOTEL-THE LAKE SHORE HOUSE,
37 and 39 Bank St.; 3 minutes' walk from
Union depot: contains 30 rooms. Address J.
DUNN. 51 Rockwell St.. Cleveland. O. JeiO-5
PERSONAL BOOKS! BOOKS I BOOKS!
New and old, ancient and moderp, standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30,200 vol
umns to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STOKE,
9C0 Liberty st, my3-23
PERSONAL WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIFE,
mother or dauehters In repairing: and clean
ing your old clothes when It can be done for a
trifle by DICKSON, the Tailor, cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood St.. second floor? Charges moderate:
facilities unsurpassed: suits made to order: spring
styles now ready. TeleDhone 1558. inhs
T ASEBALL TO-DAY-RECREATION
PHILADELPHIA VS. ALLEGHENY,
Tram at 3.40. Game at 1 P. M.
No game on Wednesday. jyl-29
BASE BALL SPECIAL
Reserved seats for holiday games,
THURSDAY, JULY 4.
Will be on sale at McClurg's cigar store,
Fifth avenne and Wood street, Monday,
EACES JULY 4, 1S89. AT SOUTHSIDE
Driving Pare Association 3-mile trot, 2:50
pace, 2.50 trot. Address all communications to
the Secretary, G. A. ULRICH. 1726 Carson
street. Southside. Entries close on Jnly 2, at 8
o'clock P. M. jeJO-3
PICNIC GROVE FREE!
Only six miles from tbe city, situated on the
bluff overlooking Davis Island dam. Easily
reached by rail or boat. Large grove of forest
trees, cool, clear springs of water, fine dancing
The nse of the grove .will be given free to
Snnday schools, societies, lodges. G. A.R. posts,
private fetes etc., the only charge being 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. mvlI-15-D
VERY ATTRACTIVE AUCTION SALE
of fine household goods, carpets, etc., at
No. 311 Market st, TUESDAY MORNING.
Jnly 2, at 10 o'clock. Fine English rug parlor
suit in gronp style, mahogany mantel cabinet,
fine piano, lamp, Turkish rngs and art squares,
secretary, bookcase, lace curtains, clock and
ornaments, fancy rockers, oak and walnut
chamber suits, mirrors, wardrobes, dressing
cases, wasbstands, bedsteads, folding bed, bed
lounge, mattresses, springs, pillows and bol
sters, toilet ware, chairs, center tables, cup
boards, handsome mahogany sideboard, exten
sion table, French plate side table. One tea and
dinner set, glassware and cutlery, walnnt desk,
hall rack, chiffonier. lamps, refrigerator, range,
water cooler, matting, linoleum, lambreqnins,
Brnssel and Ingrain hall, room and stair car-
Sets, etc, etc, etc HENRY AUCTION CO.,
IM.. Auctioneers. . je30-79
T-OTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received by the un
dersigned until Saturday. July 6, A. D. 1SS9, for
the grading and paving of Seventh avenue. In
Beaver Falls borough, from Eighth street.
South, to tbe New Brighton bridge, said pro-
osals to be separate for fire brick andLigonier
lock paving, and the bid for both to be by the
Each proposal to be accompanied by a certi
fied cbeck for $1,000 parable to the order of
Charles P. Wallace, Treasurer of the borough.
All checks accompanying proposals which are
not a :cepted will be returned immediately after
the award shall have been made. The cbeck
received from the successful bidder will be re
turned to hlmnpon bis entering Into a formal
contract for the due performance of the work,
and giving bond with approved sureties for 60
per cent of tho contract price. But in case he
shall fail to enter Into such contract and giro
such bond within ten days after notice of the
acceptance of his proposal, the check accom
panying uch proposal shall become tne prop
erty of the. borough of Beaver Falls.
Each bidder must furnish a sample of bride
or stone block which be proposes using.
Specifications can be seen at the Burgess
office of James Piper.
The Borough Council reserves the right to
reject any or all bids. GEO. E. LISCOMB,
Secretary Borough. 80S Second avenue.
Beavek Falls, Jnne 24, 18e. je27-S
STATE OF FRANK MAZZA. J)BCD fe
Notice is hereby given, that betters of a4- ; S3
.i.l.4V-AJ Aft.- -.,. t4Tl?w.lv-h-U'asti'' "
lUaUlOblatklUU UD UO COMIO U A." J4Uv - ' j I
l.i.. At 1 -r. -.. i .... IsandH -.J
late ui Aiiecneajv taiiec u, uaio uccti 3vnc r?
io mo unaersinea. jrersons lnaeubcu
..,.& b Jt K.A Law..... .., !., &
will present same to me.
el6-43-x No. 623 East Ohio st, Allegheny;
ESTATE OF GEORGE McCANDLEbS
Letters of administration on the estate of
Geo. McCandless, late of Pittsburg. Pa-, de
ceased, having been granted to the under
signed, all persons having claims or demands
agalnstsald estate will make them known with
out delay, and all persons Indebted to the same
are requested to make immediate payment
JOHN H. ARMSTRONG, Administrator.
my20-3-x 2115 Penn ave, Pg., Pa.
ESTATE OF SUSANNAH M'CANDLESS.
Letters ot administration on the estate
of Susannah McCandless, deceased, late of
Pittsburg, P, having been granted to the un
dersigned, all persons having claims or de
mands against said estate will make them
known without delay, and all persons indebted
to the same are requested to make immediate
JOHN H. ARMSTRONG, Administrator,
niy20-4-M 2113 Penn ave. Pittsburg. Pa.
J. M. 8T0NER, Bakewell Law BuIIolng.
ESTATE OF ROBERT SHANKEY. DlS
CEASED Administrator's notice No
tice is hereby given that letters of administra
tion on tbe estate of Robert Sbankey, late of
tbe Fonrth ward, city of Allegheny, in the
county of Allegheny and the State of Pennsyl
vania, deceased, have been granted to the un
dersigned, to whom all persons Indebted to said
estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment and those having claims or demands
against the same will make them known, with
out delay, to JOHN FRANCIS, Administra
tor, 10 Grantham street Allegheny, Pa.
William Ross, executor, et aL vs Elizabeth
Donnell et aL
IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
No. L of Allegheny county. No. 2, Septem
ber Term, 1889 To John Donnell, Thomas Don
nell. of John, John Montgomery and Mary A.,
his wife, Asa Derrick and Eliza P., his wife,
Tbomas Donnell, of William, James Donnell.
Joseph Donnell, of William. Peter Ward and
Martha H.. his wife, Henry Donnell, Minnie
M. Donnell. Margaret E. Donnell and Mar
garet Donnell: Yon are hereby notified that
suit has been brought In tbe above stated case
by William Rosa, executor, et al.vs Elizabeth
Donnell et aL, including yourselves, lor the
partition of a certain piece of ground situate
in Fawn township, Allegheny county. Penn
sylvania, described as follows: Beginning at a
white oak; thence n. 2K. w. ISO perches to a
post: thence n. 87, e. 200 perches to a post;
thence 2K. e. 20O perches to a white oak:
thence, s.67J, W.-200 perches to the place of
beginning, containing two hnndred ana thirty
fire acres and four-fifths and allowances. Re
turnable on the first MONDAY of August 1SS9.
ALEX. M. MCCANDLESS.
PlTTSBUBO, PA.. June 27. 18S9L
HOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
reports of Viewers on the opening oC
Ties street from Center avenue to Rnch
streettKlrkpatrick street, from Center avenue
to Reed street, and JohD street from Mahun
street to Soho street bave Deen approved by
Councils, which action will be final, unless an
appeal is filed In the Court of Common Pleas
within ten (101 days from date
E. M. BIGELOW,
jeS)-S3-D Chief of Dept of Public Works.
PlTTSBURQ, PA.. June 27. 1889.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
reports of Viewers on the construction of
sewers on Lang street, from Penn avenue to
Kelley street; Meadow stre;t, from Lincoln
avenne to Larimer avenue; Bond and Sheridan
streets,! rom Hiland avenue to Hoeveler street
and Negley avenue and Roup street from
Hampton street to Two Mile Run sewer, have
been approved by Councils, wblch action
will be final, unless an- appeal is filed lu the
Court of Common Pleas within ten (10) days
from date. E. M. BIGELO W.
je3082-D Chief of Dept of Public Works.
BUSINESS TAX AND WATER RENTS.
1889. Notice is hereby given that the du -plicates
for the business tax and water rents! or
tbe year 1889 have been placed In my bands f
collection by the Board of Assessors antr
ized to assess tbe same.
The time for paying said taxes
rents at tbe Citv Treasurer's office Is t
of June. No discounts allowed.
Water rents and business tax remain
paid after June 30, 1889. will be placed m the
bands of tbe Collector of Delinquent Taxes for
collection, with 5 per cent added.
All applicants for statements of water
rents must give name of theowner of tbe prop
erty they occupy or desire to pav water rent
for. J. F. DENNISTON.
jso-95-D City Treasurer.
AN ORDINANCE-AUTHORIZING THE
Controller and Treasurer to close up cer
tain accounts of delinquent tax collectors and
Whereas, The fiscal officers of the city are
carrying upon their books as assets of tbe city
sundry accounts against defaulted tax collect
ors and suspended depositories, and, whereas,
ail efforts to collect these accounts hare failed,
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted bv the
city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and It is hereby ordained and
enacted by the authority of the same. That the
City Controller and the City Treasurer are
hereby authorized and directed to make a total
abatement ot tbe balance so carried as in sus
pended depositories, as follows, to-wit:
Pittsburg SaringsBank general fund .$28,530 IS
United States Savings Bank general
fund 2,015 83
from tho amount charged against the Treasurer
and the Controller is hereby directed to allow
a deduction of said amounts from tbe debit of
the amount ot tbe Treasurer's account current
and to strike off '.aid balance from his own
Section 3 That the Controller is hereby di
rected to close the accounts of the said sus
pended depositories or either of them standing
in the name of the following commissions for
tbe Improvement of streets under the Penn
avenue act to wit: Wylie avenue commission,
12,950 60: Collins avenne commission, $779 71(
Thirty-third street commission, $43 89; Lincoln
avenue commission. $407 89: Forbes street com
mission. $336 26; Hiland avenue commission,
$982 88, as in like manner as provided In section
1 of this ordinance.
Section 3 That the Treasurer Is hereby au
thorized to release from the accounts defaulted
tax collectors the amount In default pertaining;
to taxes prior to the year 1877. and to accept
and mark the same discharged by the author
ity of this ordinance.
Section 4 That any ordinance or part of or
dinance conflicting with tbe provisions of this
ordinance be and tbe same is hereby repealed,
so far as the same affects this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law In Council
this 10th dav of June, A. D. 1889.
H. P. FORD, President of Select Council
Attest: GEO. 8HEPPARD. Clerk of Select
Council. GEO.L. HOLLIDAY. President ot
Common Council. Attest: GEO. BOOTH,
Clerk of Common Council
Mayor's office. June 13, 1889. Aprcsred
WM. MCCALUN. Mayor. Attest: ROBT.
OSTERMA1ER, Assistant Mayor's Clerk.
Recorded In Ordinance Book,voL7, page 78,
20th day of Jnne. A. D. 1889. f e2WO
Continued on Fifth, Seventh and EigMn raget.
A chance for employment at Glass
or Iron Works, add Lots for Homes
Cheap, on Easy Payments, on the
At Cochran station. Monongahela.
Division, Pennsylvania Railroad.
J. R. WYLIE, Agent
Or, No. 8 Wood street, room No. 5,
The Specialist of 47 Ohio street Allegheny, ,i
defies competition in the enre of all chronic ,'
trnnhlA Kn daM not nnlnt ta netltlaua tea. r1
COME AND SEE THE ORIGINALS,
At his office, uf vonr neighbors who have been
cured in Pittsburg and Allegheny. Consulta
tion free j2l
GEORGE T. CARTER,
614-515 Hamilton Building.
mvlO-TO-D Pittsburg. Pa.
T)UNCAN C WHITE,
71 Diamond street
Second door above Smithfield,
645 Smithfield street, Pittsburg; JPa. Fre&eia, Stf
Frennd Building, second floor. mh34-80-lcwT jftjfa
& HAMILTON, ssflV
BAND 93 FIFTH AVENUE. iBH
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