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THE PITTSBURG-: DISPATCH, TJJESDAT, JCTLT . 23,
THAT TETO WAS LOST
Under the Majority of 30 to
Select Council Chamber.
DIAMOND STREET TO BE WIDENED.
: Discussion Sifted Down to Warmcastle
OTHER IMTKOTEHEXT ORDINANCES UP
The Diamond street widening ordinance
was passed over the Mayor's veto in Select
Council yesterday afternoon by a vote of 30
to 1, and the ordinance is now a law.
"When President 1'ord called the special
meeting of the Select branch to order, Mr.
Keating moved to postpone action upon the
Diamond street ordinance until 3:30 in or
der to finish a lot of accumulated business
of the Council. The motion was carried,
and at 3:45 the unfinished business had been
attended to, and the Mayor's veto was read.
Chairman Ford then announced: "The
question is, 'Shall the ordinance pass not
withstanding the objections of the Mayor?' "
Mr. "Warmcastle was the first to address
the Chair. He was sorry that his convic
tions compelled him to differ in his opinion
with his good-hearted, honest friend, the
Mayor, but if the latter's claims were cor
rect, then Councils had been either in grave
error or guilty of gross neglect. He was in
clined to think that Councils were right.
In the first place, he said, the Mayor stated
that lie had personally noticed the travel on
Diamond street and thought it was adequate
to accommodate the traffic. If the Mayor
had really done so he could not fail to notice
that much of the travel was driven from
Fifth avenue to Sixth and Seventh avenues,
FIFTH AVENUE WAS OVERCROWDED,
if a personal view of that thoroughfare did
not prove the statement itself. The time
would soon come, Mr. "Warmcastle thought,
I when not only Diamond street, but several
other narrow thoroughfares in the central
part of the city, would have to be widened.
Mr. "Warmcastle also objected to the Mayor's
statement that there was no foundation for
the passage of the ordinanceas a public con
venience; and as for the statement that two
thirds of the total foot frontage of the street
was opposed to if, the Mayor was clearly
wrong! There were property holders repre
senting 565 feet of the total lront
age on the petition for the im
provement, while there had been only
1(38 feet on the remonstrance. He also
denied that the estimated cost of making
the improvement, ,$750,000, would be sad
dled upon the city. The Board of Viewers
had reported that the property along Dia
mond street would be sufficiently benefited
to pay that amount. The Board of Viewers
had a very liberal estimate of claims for
damages, basing their estimate upon the
claims made by the property owners them
selves, and this item of the expense had
amounted to $555,000, which, the speaker
had no doubt, would be reduced to $100,000
' less when the assessment was properly
made and the benefits to the property were
considered in the summing up.
Mr. Warmcastle questioned the possibility
of the city being mulcted for the sayment
of the cost of the improvement. How could
it be when the damages must be assessed
and paid before the work was begun? If
the assessment failed tnen the plan would
simply ie set aside and dropped. The pass
age of the ordinance aid not settle the mat
ter as far as Councils were concerned, by
A MAEKED DISTINCTION.
It was not the same as if, after the passage
of the ordinance, the work was placed in
the haids of a contractor. This was a work
the city would do herself, and it would be
in her f-wh hands all the time. The oniv
troubli the city could possibly have witli
ke property holders by making this lm
tiroifnent would possibly be with one
property, where a building was being
erected, and where the owner or the con
tractor might come on the city because he
could not finish bis building, but the
chances lor this were very remote indeed.
It would be impossible, said Mr. "Warm
castle, to charge the improvement of a
street to the public benefit, lor all street im
provements were public benefits; but the
property aiong those streets was benefited
bv an increase in value to at least the cot
of the improvement For these reasons, Mr.
"Warmcastle said, he must, with the best of
feeling tor the Mayor, vote against his veto.
Mr. Keating thought that Mr. "Warm
castle's argument was comprehensive
enough to convince anybody that the ordi
nance was a worthy one and should be
passed. Mr. Keating's only objection to it
wa that it nad not included the widening
of the square between Grant and Smithfield
Mr. Lambie had voted against the or
dinance before, and was opposed to it now.
He thought the Mayor's objections were all
reasonable and founded on fact. He re
ferred to the speech made in Common
Council by Mr. Carnahan, in which the lat
ter said the street laws of Pittsburg would
not apply to the widening of Diamond
street, and the city had no law
to support it. Coming from such
a source, Mr. Lambie thought this
opinion was worthy of consideration. As
to the matter of widening -the street, if the
Mavor was right, there is no necessity for
widening the street but the public benefit,
and in that case the public should pay for
it. If it was necessary to widen this street
in order to ease up the travel on other streets
cf the city, the improvement would be pub
lic, and they should pay f5r it, and the city
could not assess the property on the street.
VIEWEKS AND JURIES.
As to the cost of the improvement, the
claims for damages, and the assessments
upoa the property, Mr. Lambie said
it had been his experience, as well
as that of most old lawyers, that
when the Board of Viewers' assessments
were taken into count the jury almost
invariably reduced the assessment, and
increased the amount of his claim for
damages when he appealed on thai. He
cited an instance that recently occurred,
where the Board of Viewers awarded a man
51,200 damages for a street improvement;
but he took it to court, the jury awarded
him $3,000 and he got it. In this case every
property holder will have the right to ap
peal, and every appeal will go to a different
jury, with the probabilities that most of the
claims will be increased rather than less
ened. Mr. Lambie said the city would em
bark in a scheme with this ordinance, the
termination of which it could not see or an
ticipate. The people who were pushing it
had not over 200 feet frontage, and the ma
jority of the property holders were either
indifferent or opposed to it. This
improvement was called a public
necessity. If that was the case, why had it
stopped at Smithfield street? That state
ment was founded on error. Fifth avenne
travel would not go to Diamond street, be
cause Filth avenue had an outlet, while
Diamond street, even widened, would be out
ot the way, almost as much as Fourth ave
nue. Mr. Lambie thought the widening a
good thing for the Diamond street property;
it would increase the value greatly, but a
minority had no right to force this burden
of expense, this improvement, upon an in
different and protesting majority. That the
scheme was not a public impiovement Mr.
Lambie thought was evidenced by the fact
that there were no representatives of other
parts of the city present urging its passage;
but, if it was a public improvement de
manded by the public, it should be done, if
it had to be done against the objections of
all the property owners on the street.
Mff AND INFLUENCE FOB IT.
Mr. Warmcastle disputed Mr. Lambie'i
tatementthat there was no law to cover the
proposed improvement. He had an opinion
from City Attorney Moreland, in which the
latter said that the act of 1889 conferred the
right upon Councils to widen any 'street,
lane or alley within the city limits. Mr.
Lambie had asserted that the Coleman es
tate was in the hands of a corporation known
as the Pittsburg Opera House Company and
that the absence of their signature from the
petition for the improvement showed that
they were opposed to it. Mr. Warmcastle
said the directors of the Opera House Com
pany were in favor of the improvement,and
the only reason they had not signed the pe
tition was because they were all away from
the city and no one was authorized to use
the company's signature in a case like this
without a meeting of the stockholders. But
Mr. Warmcastle was sure they would pay
Dnring the latter part of his speech Mr.
Warmcastle exhibited his talent as a mimic
by throwing back and shaking bis head,
stamping his foot and pounding upon the
table, in imitation of .another well-known
member of Council. The effort was recog
nized and appreciated, and a general laugh,
was the result.
Mr. Nisbet was the last speaker on the
ordinance, and he was very briel. He was
satisfied that the Board of Viewers under
stood their bnsiness, and as they had reported
the Diamond street property would be suffi
ciently benefited to pay for the improvement,
and there was no possibility of the tax being
put upon the people, he was in favor of
The vote was then taken on the question
to pass the ordinance over the Mayor's veto
and resulted as follows:
ATER Messrs. Anderson. Bern. Rropby, Cav
anaugh. Collins, Doyle, Lvans. c : Evans, D. 1. ;
(illlesple, J. 11.: lilllesple, T. A.:JHaslett, Jones,
Acatlng, King, Matthews, .inner, Alurpny. jic
Cord. .McKlnlev. Mibct. Paul, Perry. Rellly,
Rohrkaste. Treusch, armcastle, Warren, Win
lams, Wilson. Kord 30.
Ajlts Mr. Lambie 1.
Select Council Lays Out More Good Work
for tbe Miniracr.
Among the important proceedings of
Select Council yesterday was the final pass
age of ordinances as follow:
Granting tlie Pittsburg, Knoxvllle and St.
Clair Railway Company certain privileges on
tbe Southside: locating Murdock street, from
Wilkins avenne to Homewood avenne; au
thorizing tbe improvement of Highland Park;
authorizing the opening of Railroad street,
from Twentieth to Thirty-first streets: vacat
ing Virgin alley. Southside; vacating South
Eleventh street, from Muriel street to tbe
Monongabela river; authorizing the construc
tion of a sewer on Gum street; grading and
paving Fox street; grading and paving Mahog
any alley: grading and paving Howe street;
grading, paving and curbing Omega street,
grading, paving and curbing Broad street; au
thorizing a setter on South Twenty-fifth street;
also tbeiollowing opening ordinances: open
ing Harriet street, from WInebladle avenue to
Railroad street; opening Beatty. Landwehr.
ltonA.4 T.natn. f, . fl.l. At..... T ., I - m
uiuaui .uuua.ij, j.. y,aiit aiuci, uynin, xur
Ief, Summerlea, Mifflin, Mooro and Kirkpat
nek streets, Larimer avenue.,Balboa way. Bow
ery. Government, Woolslayer and Clement
The ordinance granting switch privil
eges to Bea & Co. was laid over until Sep
tember; the petition of A. J. Davis against
the opening of Fairmouut avenue through
bis property was read, also the opinion of
the City Attorney relative thereto, and
Select Council decided to concur with Com
mon in disregarding the petition.
The report of the Board of Awards on a
large number of contracts let was approved,
except the awards for paving Atwood and
Boquct streets, which were referred back
to the Board because the contracts were for
block stone, and the petition called for
The report of the Department of .Charities
for June, showing $5,781 expended, was ap
proved. The following matters were presented and
Ordinances, for sewer on Yale allev: opening
Lot Duff street: opening of Humber alley, open
ing oi ouao street irom wyueioiuatron streets;
petitions tor water pipe on Junilla and Booth
streets; fire alarm box at Francis and Wyllo
street: a remonstrance was filed against the
vacation of Granite street.
AN INJDXCTI0N DISOBEYED.
John Holland to be Taken to AVnshlngton
John Holland was taken before "United
States Commissioner McCandleu yesterday,
having been arrested on a bench warrant,
issued by Judge Acheson, on an indictment
pending against him in Washington, D. C,
for contempt of court Holland was a resi
dent of the District of Columbia1. An in
duction had been issued against him in 1888
to restrain bim from removing goods that
had been attached by Daneuhower & Co.
for the pavment of several notes. '
Holland disobeyed the injunction, and re
moved the goods to this SUte. He was then
indicted for contempt of court. He was
held in $1,500 bail lor his appearance at the
next term ot court in Washington.
A Few Words Concerning Pcrnnn.
In the first place it is a tonic that has no
superior in equalizing the circulation, build
ing up debilitated structures and giving
tone to the various organs of the body. A
little of it taken from time to time will
effectually keep the system from running
down. But it is more than a tonic. It will
cure any curable case of consumption and
all lung troubles, neuralgia, heart disease,
quinsy, dyspepsia, colic, cholera morbus
and infantum, dysentery and kidney dis
ease. It is the best of remedies in cases of
scarlet, typhoid and yellow fever, ague, ery
sipelas, acute rheumatism and all diseases
Secnliar to women. Send to the Peruna
fedicine Companv, Columbus, O., for Dr.
Hartman's "His of Life." It will cost you
nothing, and will not only tell you all about
Peruna, but will also show you what re
markable cures are being effected by La
cupia, the peerless blood remedy, and'Man
alin, the unequaied regulator of the kid
neys, liver ana bowels. All these remedies
are purely vegetable, and are pleasant as
well as absolutely safe to take. They are
sold by all druggists, and cost only $1 a
bottle; 6 for $5.
XXX, 1855, Pure Eye Whisky, full
quarts $2 00
1800, McKim's Pure Bye Whisky,
full quarts 3 00
Monogram, Pure Bye Whisky, full
quarts 1 75
Extra Old Cabinet, Pure Bye Whisky,
lull quarts 1 50
Gibson's, 1879, Pure Bye Whisky, full
Qu&ns a2 uu
Gibson's Pure Bye Whisky,- full
quarts 1 0
Guckenheimer Pure Bye Whisky, full
quarts , 1 00
Guckenheimer Export.Pnre Bye Whis
ky, fnll quarts 1 50
Moss Export, Pure Bye Whisky, lull
(f U&i 18 X. f
1879 Export, Pure Bye Whisky, full
1880 Export, Pure Eye Whisky, full
(DArtSa .... x 00
For sale by G. W. Schmidt, Nos. 95 and
97 Fifth ave.
83. Cleveland and Return. S3.
Excursions via the P., F. W. & C. Ey.
and C. & P. E. E, Thursday, July 25.
Trains will leave Union station at 6:30 A.
M. and 12:45 r. if., central time. Tickets
good returning until July 28.
Fine Light-Welcfat Cloth Jackets
Tor traveling wear; nice goods; large as
sortment, and cheap, in our suit depart
ment. Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Cabinet phStos 89c per dozen for one
week only; bring the family at once. Lies'
popular uallery, 10 and 12 Sixth tt.
In using this" excellent brew of Frauen
heim & Vilsack you will be encouraging a
home industry. Call for it.
Cabinets $1 per dozen of anybody at An
frecht's Elite Gallery, 516 Market street,
Pittsburg. Use elevator. Bring baby.
THE CRIME IS CAMP.
Arrival of the Murdered Young
Man's Body in This C,ity.
A STORY OP BAD BLOOD AND BEEE.
The Gunner "Was a Toun? AUeghenlan, ana
Chased the Camp.
HIS THREATS FK0M TUB S0MEK8ET JAIL
The homicide of a youug East Ender, in
a camp near Confluence, Sunday night, as
reported exclusively in these columns yes
terday morning, turns out to have been
quite as tragic an affair as it was af first
reported to be. The alleged murderer's
name, however, is James Lehr, not Laird,
as first reported, and he claims Allegheny
as his residence. A tour among all the
Lehrs and Lahrs in that city last evening
failed to discover anyone of them all who
knew or had heard of this particular fellow.
The body of young Charles Scott was
brought to the city yesterday morning, ac
companied by his companions who had
gone to the camp with him on Saturday,
hud now lies at Moreland's undertaking
rooms. The funeral, will take place from
the residence of his father, John Scott, on
Stanton avenue, East End, to-morrow at
2 p. II. The father is a well-known stone
contractor, and the murdered young man
has a brother in the firm ot Vincent &
Scott, the East End carpet dealers, in whose
store he worked, and also a brother in the
firm of Scott & McLean. He was about 21
years old and unmarried.
THE STORY OP THE CRIME.
With regard to the crime, and how it
came to be committed, an eye-witness, Gus
Straub, who returned with the corpse of
Scott yesterday, tells the whole story, as
Saturday night young Scott, Wm. Marshall,
Thos. Nisbett, Mr. Echenlaub, Chas. Kurtz
and myself went to tho camp as guests of the
Eureka Club. We bad a most pleasant visit
tin Sunday afternoon. Sir. Scott and I had
been up in tbe woods near the camp and came
back about 4 o'clock. Some of the boys told. us
they had been having some trouble with James
Lebr, the cook. He had been drinking heav
ily, and Harry Knorr, one of the members of
tho club, told bim lie could have no more
liquor. Lebr chased him from the camp with
revolver in band, bnt finally came back.
Whilo he was gone Mr. Kurtz knocked the
spigot out of the beer keg and let it run, in
order to prevent Lehr from getting any more.
j-ienr men inaae lor ivurtz, revolver in nana,
but did not shoot. He was in terrible anger
and threatened and swore around for a long
time, to tbe terror of all In camp.
Up to this time Lehr had not said a word to
Scott or Scott to him. Finally, about 5 o'clock,
some of the members of the club said to us
tbat as there was not much chance for supper,
the way Lehr was acting, we had better go to
Confluence for supper. To this we agreed, and
all started from camp. Scott was the last one
to leave the camp. He was about 100 yards
behind roc. and was standing in the door of a
tent. He called to me to wait, and started to
ward me. He had come about ten yards when
Lehr came toward him, and, calling him a
vile name. "Where are you going? You come
back here." Scott faced bim, and said: "I am
going to Confluence." "No, you are not."
said Lehr, and pulled out his revolver, and, as
Scott moved away sideways, fired a shot at
SELF-DEFENSE "WAS USELESS.
Scott then moved away further, but all the
time keeping bis eyes on him, when Lehr fired
again. Then Scott fired a shot from a little re
volver be had. I called to him to run, and be
turned to do so, when Lehr fired again, and the
bullet struck Scott in tbe back. He fell and
never spoke a word, dying instantly.
Some of tbe boys hurried to Confluence, and
the magistrate and a constable at oncn went to
the camp. When they got near camp Lehr
pulled his revolver again, but the boys per
suaded him to put it up. He did so and was
arrested and taken to Somerset, whero he is in
jail. The magistrate held an inquest and 14
witnesses told the same story I am telling.
ucrc liaii ueuu uu mss ox any xina Between
Scott and Lehr, and the shooting was entirely
unprovoked. Lehr was the only man in camp
who was In the least affected by liquor, and I
would not have anyone think for a moment
that Honor had anything to do with tbe fuss as
far as Scott or anyone bntLehr was concerned.
I know that Scott bad not had a drluk since 11
o'clock in tbe morning, and all day he did not
drink over two or three glassed.
Interviewed in the Somerset jail yester
day, James Lehr said his home was in Alle
gheny and that when he got out he would
do up any newspaper man that published
anything about it. He said he didn't care
for himself, but didn't want his father and
mother to know anything about it. He is
a slight-built young fellow about 5 feet 8
inches tall and weighs about 135 pounds.
He had $350 in lis clothes when arrested.
He has employed W. H. Koontz as his at
torney. THE IDEA NOT PATENTED,
Bnt tbe Odd Mechanism of That Clear Slot
Mnchlne May Be.
Theodore Askins, the inventor of the
slot cigar machine, called at The Dis
patch office yesterday and, in reply to
the statements by a commercial drummer in
yesterday's Dispatch, that it was probable
that his machine was an infringement on a
machine made in Lima, O., said that the
idea of putting a nickel in a slot to obtain a
cigar could not be patented, and that the
mechanism of his machine was altogether
different from that of the Lima machine.
In the Lima machine, when the knob is
pulled, it brines out a cigar with it, while
in this the cigar drops down in a receptacle
made for it.
Mr. Askins also said that the machine
was no infringement of the tobacco license
j laws, as the cigars come direct from the
box. He said tbat he had been in the
patent business 20 years, and was not afraid
of anv infringement proceedings. He ex
pects his patent in about 20 days, and, until
then, of course nothing is certain in regard
to the duplication of the machine, or
whether it will be considered an infringe
ment or not.
TDK NEXT GRAND JDRT.
Russell Errelt, Who ia Now Sick, la
Among Those Drasvn.
Judge Ewing, Sheriff JlcCandless nnd the
Jury Commissioners yesterday drew the
panel of jurors for the September term of tbe
Quarter Sessions Court. The grand jury,
which will commence operations on the first
Monday in September, is composed of the
Peter Gallns, laborer; James Pender, toll col
lector; David H. Cunningham, farmer; H. II.
Phillips, oil cloth dealer; A. J. Brown, laborer;
James Barrett, centleman; J. C Stephenson,
merchant: Wm.Brankston, class manufacturer;
Russell Krrett, clerk; Samuel Aluertson, class
cutter; Thomas Daulon, Sr., laborer; John
Keefer. laborer; Charles A. Ilav, pardener;
Heury Beltzhoover, farmer; J. B. Gibon. liorso
shoer; Henry Slicker, glass cutter; N. S. Bro
kaw, Jr., clerk: James D. Bays, carpenter:
Thomas Alexander, laborer: Adam Henning,
saddler: John Hasser, gardener, Henry A.
Taken From Jnll.
Humane Agent O'Brien has taken charge
of the five little children of Mrs. Catherine
McFarland, who was committed to jail by
Justice Vf the Peace Thomas Lowry four
weeks ago for illegal liquor selling at Brad
dock. The children have been lying in jail
with the mother. Agent O'Brien will place
them in St. Paul's Orphan Asylum to-day.
To build up the system when run down
from general debility, young or old should
use Dr. Jayne's Tonic Vermifuge, a
pleasant and effective tonic, a prompt cor
rective for a disordered stomach and a sure
destroyer of worms. The large-sized bottles
are cheapest when a tonic is wanted.
Boys' filar Shirt Waists Reduced Prices.
& See the $1 fancy percale waists at 75 cents
to-day. Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
3 Display advertisements one dollar per
square for one insertion. Classified advertise-'
tnenlt on (hit page such as Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, et&, ten cent per line for each inser
tion, and none taken Jot lest than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
publio, 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 have accounts with Tax Dls
TnoMAS MCCAFKIU5Y. S5o9 Butler street.
EMIL O. bTUCKEV. 34th street and 1'enn ave.
E."G. STUCKEY A CO., Wylle ave. nd Fnltosst.
3. bTOKELY. Fifth Avenne Market House.
J. "W. 'WALLACE, em Penn avenue.
MCALLISTEH & SHElBLER,Stbav. & Atwood it.
JACOB sroHN. No. 2 Carson street.
H. A. UUKALUSOK. 1707 Carson strest.
A. J. KAEKCHEK, 69 Federal street.
II. J. JIcBKlDE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FRED H. EQUEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. IL EOGEltS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut st.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson- streets.
THOMAS McHENUY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
1'EKKY M. GLEIM. itebecca and Allegheny avea.
WA"NTED-A BARBER, AT309 LACO'HC ST.,
WANTED-BOY. ABOUT1S YEARS OF AGE.
Inquire at ST. OUAULES, HOTEL. )y23-93
WANTED A HOME-MADE BAKER AT 73
Marlon street at once. MRS. ROGERS.
tTTANTED-IMMEDIATELY A GOOD BA
VV BER. Inquire JOHN FEI.LINGER. S16S
Butler st, Jy23-&6
"TTTANTED-A GOOD BARBER. APPLY AT
TV ALBERT KlNU'S,No. 3SUrantave., Mill-
-TTTANTED-ONE WOOD TURNER. APPLY
V to W. B. M'LEAN, Thirty-third St.. near
Webster ave, Jy23-63
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS HORSESHOER.
Inquire at SAMUEL MOORE'S, No. 313
Penn aTe., East End. Jr-'-l
"TTTANTED-A GOOD BARBER IMMEDI
V ATELYat GEORGE FLAUS', 612 Market
st., McKeesport, Pa. Jy2n-7S
-VTT-ANTED-AN EXPERIENCED SALESMAN
YV for meu's furnishing goods for city trade.
Call at 608 WOOD ST.. city. Jy23-70
WANTED-TWO FIRST-CLASS TAILORS TO
work by the week. Immediately. Apply at
u. MULLER'S, Clarion. Pa.
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS WHITE BAR
BER, German preferred. Atfply at once at
209 Federal st. P. II EN K Alt T. Jt23-71
Wanted-ioo laborers to work on
Ohio Connecting Ry.; pay every week.
Aiipiy w. x. uunitiii a. aj wooasitun.
WANTED- A FIRST-CRASS WHITE BAR
BER; good wages to rlcht party. Apply or
address W. H. SCHEKL. Tarentmn, Pa. Jy23-62
ANTED-SALESMAN FOR THE WRAP
PING paper trade: good nosltfon for the
rjgut man. Auuress, wuu stamp. JU.C13EE ft CO.
-.. .- ...: : ;.
-TTJANTED-50 StEN FOR GRADING IN
YY Dinwiddle St.; stead v work all summer and
winter. Inquire on the ground of T. M.
-VTJANTED-AN A 1 FLINT GLASSHOUSE
v v Diacxsmitn: m
also to run engine.
niacksmlth: must be able to finish pipes.
Aaaress L.UCK BOX 159,
TVTANTED-ENGINEER TO RUN HOISTING
YV engine, near city. Apply to I. FRIDAY,
between 11. K. and ir, ii. room 23 McCance
Block, Smlthfleld st. ly23-65
-TTTANTED-DRUG CLERK: MUST BE
YY registered as qualified assistant" andhave
kuuu reierences as to cnaracter ana lndust)
iRUGS, New Brighton, Pa.
WANTED-AN ASSISTANT ROLLING MILL
managerto take charge of night turn in a
cltymlll. Address IRON," Dispatch offlce glv
lng experience and references. Jy23-33
tailor no other need apply to work on al
tering and repairing. Apply to DICKSON, 65
Fifth avenue, corner Wood st,, 2d floor. Jy2iJBl
at the Gloucester Iron Works. Gloucester
City, N. J. : thoroughly competent men only need
apply. Address SI
MNTKNDENT. at works.
TTTANTED-LOAM MOLDER THE ADDYS
YY TON PIPE AND STEEL CO., of Cincinnati,
desire to engage a good loam inolder: steadr em
ployment to responsible man who will come and
live near the works. JT21-33
YY powder aud pure spices: gifts with goods:
coke workers, miners or mUlmin can raakemoney
in their spare time. YAMASH1RO TEA CO.. M
Jackson at.. Allegheny. Pa. J26-86-TTS
TTJ ANTED-AN EXPERIENCED PARTY TO
YY conduct boarding house location good,
for summer and permanent boarders; parties
having furniture preferred: references required.
Address B. w., Dispatch offlce. Jy23-t6
TTJANTED-A SALESMAN WHO IS THOR
YY OUGHLY acquainted with grocery trade
within a radius of 50 miles Pittsburg; one who can
come well recommended: this is a rare opening.
Address CRACKERS, Box 95, Allegheny City.
TTTANTED-A THOROUGHLY COMPETENT
YV green-house man and gardenerfor public
Institution ontslde of city: must besober and ln-
uustnous ana come wen recommended. Salary
S'jOO per annum. Address, LAKE, Dispatch
WANTED BAD WRITERS AT SMART'S
Eclectic Shorthand and Bnsiness College 4
Sixth street, Pittsburg. Good penmanship taught
In a few lessons. Instruction thorough and pri
vate for both sexes. College open dav and even
lng through summer. Jyl3-95-rrsSu
Cutting School: Urllng's actual measure
ment taugbt In all Its branches; tbe only true
system fitting anyand all shapes: no trying on:
Instructions, 10 A. M. to 4 P. u.; evening. 7 to 9
r. m. ; call or write for circular. 514 WOOD ST..
Pittsburg, Pa. Jy9-49
WANTED-SALESMEN-WE WISH A FEW
men to sell our goods by sample to the
wholesale and retail trade; on salary: largest
manufacturers In our line; inclose 2c sumn: wages
lor wages, advertising, etc.
M'F'G.CO., Cincinnati. O. '
, f . j i j.-...iu vv.ihvu, uiuuct advanced
TTTANTED MAN-TO TAKE AGENCY OF
YY our safes; size 28x18x18 inches: weight 500
lbs. : retail price S35; otherslzcsln proportion: rare
chance to create permanent business at home;
these safes meet demand never before supplied by
other safe companies, as we are not governed bv
SiE SAFE CO., Cincinnati. O.
-patent chemical ink erasing pencil; great
est novelty ever produced: erases Ink in two sec
onds, no abrasion or paper: 200 to SOO per cent
profit: one agent's sales amounted to Sffia in six
das f: another S32 In two hours; territory abso
lutely free: salary to good men: no ladles need
answer; sample 35 cents. For terms and full par
ticulars address the manufacturers. J, W. SK1N
NER & CO., Onalasta, Wis. 3yM2
WASrT.E,DTGI.KI', FOR GENERAL HOUSE
WORK. Apply 2C2 FORBES ST. Jy23-76
WANTED-GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply S33 OHIO STREET. Al
WANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR AyiOCTOH'S
office. Apply this morning between 9 nnd
.10 o'clock at 003 PENN AVE. Jy2M7
WANTED-GOOD FEMALE MEAT COOK.
white preferred, go toDuBols. Pa.: wages
F Tearr.0.7.1dAEP1 etween 1 M this morn
lng at ROOM 107, St. Charles Hotel. Jy23-74
WAS'JrD..?W,J "K3T-CLASS GIRLS,
with best city reference, one as cook, the other
as chambermaid. Apply on Wednesday at 219
ALLEGHENY AVENUE. Allegheny. Jy23-35
WANTED-IN OUR BUSINESS A REFINED
American lady with some general business
knowledge: S10 00 per week to a suitable one: hard
work. Call after 9 A. M., Tuesday, 701 SMITH
FIELD ST.; take elevator; manager's office.
room 18. Jy23-47
w 3Inlo and Pcinale flelrj.
for small hotel; second cook. 4 dinlngroom
girls, 6 chambermaids, 100 house girls. 2 colored
girls, farm hands, gardeners and laborers. MEE
HAN'S. 545 Grant st. Jy22-D
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
ease free: we mean Jul t what we say. Address at
once bTANDARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston.
TTANTED-BY A SINGLE YOUNG MAN OF
YV 4 years' experience as qualified assistant
la a drugstore. Address L., Verona, Pa. Jy23-48
WANTED-SITUATION AS CLERK OR
light work of any kind; can furnish first
class references. Address No. 178 Edmund st..
JAS. E. CRAWFORD.
WANTED-SITUATION BY MAN, SINGLE,
as general man servant on a gentleman's
place: can take care of horse and cow Good
reference. Address N. W. W., Dispatch office.
TTJANTED POSITION-BY- YOUNG" MAN
VV as assistant bookkeeper or office work in gen
eral; a good penman and accurate in figures; best
of reference as to character, trustworthiness, etc.
Address 404 SMITHFIELD ST. J 123-14
Rooms. Hont e. Etc
TJ7"ANTED- A FURNISHED HOUSE FOR SOR
VV A months, or 8 to 10 rooms, in bbadystde or
East End. Apply to W. A. HEBRON tSOSS. 80
Fourth avenne. . Jy20-12-TTS.
WANTED FROM 2 TO 4 FURNISHED
rooms for llrht housekeeping: state terms,
accommodations, location, etc. Address. T. A.
8., Dispatch office. Jr3-64
"TtTANTED-FOR UNUSUAL BUSINESS OP
YV POKTUNITY.rlght party, with E00 or more,
to whom Is offered chance to maketj.oooto&ou)
annually managtnr branch offlcf. DUNLAL'
ELECTRIC CO.. Philadelphia. JtM-38-TTSSu
WANTF.D-TWO NICELY FURNISHED
lower parlors with first-class board for man
andwlfe. "BOLES," Dispatch offlce. Jy23-37
TXTANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP-
VV ERTY. over M,0O; H Per cent; no tax.
UENRYA. WEAVER CO.. WFourth arcnue.
TTJANTED RENTS TO COLLECT AND
V houses to rent In all parts of both cities and
suburbs: established 1803. W. A. HEKItON &
SONS, 80 Fourth ave. Jy3-8-27,S0
WANTED .MORTGAGES WE HAVE A
large amonnt of money to loan at 5 per rent
on Improved city property. W. A. HERKON A
SONS, 80 Fourth ave. ly3-9-27.30
TTTANTED-MORTGAGES Si. 000, 000 TO LOAN
vv inlargeand small amounts at 4k. 5and6
per cent, free of SUte tax; no delay. R.
vuxLEft CO., 131 Fourth ave.
TTTANTED-TO LOAN (500,000. IN AMOUNTS
V Y of fs, ooo and upward, on city and suburban
property, on A per cent, free of tax: also smaller
amounts at Sand 6 per cent. BLACK & BAIRD,
85 Fourth avenue. se2l-dJS-D
TTTANTED-MORTG AG ES-SL 000, 000TO LO AN
I V on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
iw icuw inuou jarcus m auckocbtidu aoja-
cent counties at a per cent.
U.M. PEN MOCK &.
es.i, iiw j; ounn avenne.
TTANTED-TO LOAN (200,000 ON MORT
V T GAGES; 1100 and upward at 6 per cent:
fonioooat 4S per cent on residences or business
propertyj also In adjoining
counties, s. a,
nitiiui, iza j! ounn avenue.
TTTANTED-TO BUY LARQE1ABLE GLASS
V WARE factory. Address GLASSWARE,
F. O. Box 672, N. Y. City. Iy21-53
YY In sums to suit at 4K, 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES ft BAILEY, 164 Fourth arc Tel. 167.
"VTTANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
TV doien (13) of Stewart ft Co. 's fine cabinet
photos for I, at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
WANTED-LADIES TO KNOWHAUGH ft
Kecnan repair, rennlth or upholster old
furniture promptly and In the best possible man
ner. 23 AND 34 WATER ST. 'Phone ISM. my9-2
WANTED TO BUx HORSE AND BUGGY
on the installment plan, or will board horse
for Its use during the winter, by a good, respon
sible party. Address ST. CLAIR, Dispatch offl:e.
WANTED TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BERS to secure line gold watch for each
one In the club at Si 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX Mi, and I will call and snow you tbe watch.
WANTED PHYSICIANS. ATTENTION
Tbe most complete manikin, or physicians'
aid, ever offered to the profession. Just ready for
the market: an active upright salesman wanted.
F. B. OLMSTEAD,
io nasi Bixiecmo at., .aew
WANTED-BY PEARSON. LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER, 96 Fifth avenue Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at tl 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: Instan
TTTA.NTED-PnRCHASERS FUR SHORT SYS
YY TEM roller flour mill, having a good water
power, on a paying custom trade: splendid oppor
tunity for miller with small capital. For particu
lars call on or address W. F. FARMER, Room M
McCance block. Pittsburgh. Pa. JV23-3S
FOB SALE-IMPKOVED HEAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE LOG AN ST., NEAR FIFTH AVE.,
2-6torr brick dwelling, 6 rooms, in good con
dition; price R300. J. 0. RE1LLY. 77 Diamond
FOR SALE A NEAT LITTLE HOME ON MT.
Washington for 81.000; 4 nice rooms and good
cellar: lots of frntt and shade trees: lot 50x138. J.
C. HE1LLY, 77 Diamond St. Jy21-S4-TTSSu
FOR SALE WYL1E AVE.. NEAR DAVIS
street 2-story and mansard brick dwelling. 7
rooms, bath, laundry, etc.: a very desirable
home; lot 23x100. J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond st.
FOR SALE-9 PER CENT INVESTMENT ON
Chatham st.: 2-story brick dwelling: 6 rooms
on rear: fronting on state alley; 2 frame dwell
ings ot 3 rooms each; Iot20x96. J. C. REILLY. 77
Diamond st. Jy21-84-TTSSu
FOR SALE-BLUFF ST.. NEAR COLLEGE,
new brick house 8 rooms, hall, bathroom,
finished basement; all late improvements: lot 23
ft. 9 In. by 133 ft.: terms to suit. ROBT. COW
ARD, No. 20 Bluff st. Jy21-68-TTgBn
FOR SALE NO. 455 FORBES ST.. TWO
STORY and mansard brick house containing
eight rooms and laundry: lot 22x120 ft, to Ann
st.: good carpenter shop on premises. GEO.
JOHNSTON, Agent, C Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-FIFTH AVE.. NEAR GIST ST.,
substantial 2-storv oressed brick dwelling
pressed brick dwelling
of 7 rooms and finished attic hall, vestibule bath
room. Inside w. c. electric bells, laundrr. rood
vault, speaking tobes, house newly papered and
Sainted: frontand rear porches, natural gas: also,
ouse of 5 rooms on rear of lot: call at the offleu
and see photos. BLACK A BAIRD, No. 95
Fourth ave. E.S7. JV21-64
OR SALE-6 CHOICE HOUSES ON SIDNEY
street, above Twenty-third, the best and
pleasantest location on the Southside: Sidney
street being wide, newly paved and well Im
proved; houses, to be finished by Angust 1st,
nave pressed brick and stone ornamental fronts,
and contain eight rooms, witn bath, laundry and
every other convenience; city water, gas and
natural gas on each floor, and good plumbing
leading to city sewers makes dwellings first class
In every respect; Smithfield and Carson street cars
pass within one square: terms, SI. 000 cash, with
uaiancc payame as arraugea 10 suit purcnaser.
Apply to BAKEWELL
offlce, Fifth-ave., city.
East End Residences.
I7WR SALE-DO NOT FORGET THE OR
: PHANS' Court sale of the Newell estate
to-dav at 10 o'clock, cor. Forbes st, and Shady
lane. Twentv-second ward. W. A. IlEHHON .t
.SONS, Agents. ly23-32
FOR SALE ORPHANS' COURT SALE TO
DAY of the Newell estate, situate eor.Forbes
and Shady lane. Twenty-second ward, at 10
o'clock A. x.. on
me premises, oy w. A. ujut-
RON A SONS. Agents,
TTIOR SALE-TO-DAY. AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
J? we will expose at public sale, by order of the
Orphans' Court, tbe Newell estate, cor. Forbes
St. and Shady lane, and on Bedford ave, .city. W.
A. HERRON A SONS. Agents. Jy23-33
FORSALE-ONLY S3.650 FOR A GOOD EAST
End home near cable cars and P. It. R.: new
frame dwelling or 7 rooms, hall, vestibule, batb,
slate mantels piped for artificial gas; range: nat
ural gas; lot 24x100 to an alley: call at office and
get particulars or this bargain, BLACK A
BAIRD. No. 95 Fourth ave. 3. a. HI. Jy2l-8
FOR SALE MEYRAN AVE.. 2-STORY AND
mansard brick dwelling. 8 rooms, bath, in
side w. c, a. and n. gas, front and back porches,
marble mantels in ;e very room, bay windows;
good spring water on lot; tbis property Is first
class, andean be bought several hundred dollars
below its real value; lot 22x141 to Ward st. J. C.
REILLY. 77 Diamond st, Jy21-84-TTSSU
FOR SALEH12.SOO-OAKLAND RESIDENCE
or speculation on Hue of new cable loop;
over one acre, with substantial 2-story and man
sard, 12-room dwelling, large ball In center, bath,
range, gas, etc.: tbe front portion of the lot cov
ered with fine, large forest and shade trees: good
orchard in the rear; also, stable, carriage house,
etc.: a rare bargain: terms very easy. SAMUEL
W. BLACK A CO.. 99 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-5,K)0FOR BELLEFIELD HOME,
convenient to Fifth ave. cable cars, a two
story and mansard frame dwelling of 8 rooms,
bath, w. c range, artificial gas, furnace, etc;
stable, good walks, etc: hall, parlor, library,
dining room and kitchen on first floor, four bed
rooms on second: lot 43x120 feet. For a good
suburban home don't neglect to get full particu
lars XI UUiCO VI JJ4.AV.A O, VJX.L11U, V X OUrM STC
ITIOR SALE THE EXCELLENT RESIDENCE
1 and lane lot. No. 3447 Penn avenue with lot
about 100x180 feet, extending through to Butler
street, property of Mr. Wm. Halnsworth, who Is
going West, and has authorized us to sell this
property at public sale on next Monday after
noon, July 2s. at 3 o'clock, on the premises; terms
at sale: title perfect: immediate possession. Send'
for descriptive circular to JAS. W. DRAPE A
CO.. Agents and Auctioneers, 129 Fourth avenue,
FOR SALE PARTIES LOOKING FOR
houss cannot find a more desirable situation
than Oakland square: the greater number of the
durably built, handsomely finished new dwellings
erected there have been sold within the past slxtv
davs; asphalt pavements, natural ana Artificial
gas. a beautiful park planted with shade trees,
and convenience to the city. Being but 20 minutes
by Pittsburg Traction road, are among tbe ad
vantages. Prices. 8,50)and (6,700, on easy term s.
Apply to C. H. CHANCE, on the premises.
OR SALE ONLY K.0C0 HAZELWOOD
ave., close to -station, a lovelv house of 8
rooms: nail. oaiu. range: an modern conve
niences. In splendid order, large lot, with shade.
muA ., uu t.ta. uwi. . i4 ,v ban nu K mil u&r
tlculars or this desirable place. BLACK A BAIRD,
95 Fourth ave. 2-D-80. JV21-61
FOR SALE TO-DAY-THE SUBURBAN RES
lDENCEandgroundsat Fair Oaks station.
P.. F. W. A C. R. R..
near sewlckley, 01 Mr. J.
M. S toner, large residence and outbu
Vi acres or ground; nne knoll with observatory
on top; fawn tennis and croquet grounds, excel
lent water facilities; a duplicate or oneof'Auld
Scotia's famous glens;" dense growth of
shade and irult trees; tbe whole place odorous
with the sliver birch, the fragrant pine, maple,
etc., etc.: tbe sale will take place on this (Tues
day) afternoon, July 23, at t o'clock, on the prem
ises; take the 1 o'clock (railroad time) express
train from Union depot or Federal street station,
Allegheny, for Fair Oaks station. JAS. W.
DRAPE A CO.. Agents and.' Auctioneers. 129
Fourth avenne, Pittsburg. , Jy3-55
FOR SAKE LOTtt.
TCTOR SALE-LOTS ON BLUFF AND VICKROY
JL su., near coiiece;
terms to suit. ROBT.
FOR SALE-P75 ON SMALL PAYMENTS AND
easy terms will secure a good level lot, 24x10
feet, on Butler St.. East End. We have only -a
limited number of these lots left and they should
sell at once to any one who wants a home. MEL
LON BROTHERS, 6JS Station St., E. E.
Eoat Bad Lou.
FOR SALE-11.400 WILL BUY TWO VERY
line lots on Carer street. 20 and 22X100 feet to
20-ft. alley: sewer paid. Apply to F. O. VAN
GORDER. 6014 Penn avenue. East End. Je2767-TTS
FOR SALE-BOO WILL BUY A CHOICE LOT
In Villa Park plan on terms to suit pur
chasers: send for colored plan just Issued. JOHN
F. BAXTER, Agent. 511 SmltnCeldst.
FOR 8AI.E-; LARGE LOTS ON WALL1NG
FORD street, near Neville: choicest location
and outlook In the East End; price only $62 per
front foot. BLACK BAIRD, fc Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-LARGE EAST END BUILDING
sites, commanding a magntBcent view of the
vauuim ijiDerty vaney;uiisnanasomeresiaence
place Is situated on Linden ave. above Penn ave.,
convenient to F.R. R. and cable roadsfvervlow
prices and good location. BLACK ft llAIl(L). 95
Fourth ave. yl0-30-ia,lZl5,l7.19,23,3.27,29.31
FOR SALE-BAUM GROVE. CHOICE DWELL
ING sites, central and sure to Increase in
value, as they are surrounded by all present and
prospective East End traction roads and other Im
provements. For plans, prices and terms apply
foMELLON BROS., East End, or JOHN F,BAX
ter. Agent. 612 Smithfield St. Jy21-46-fnssu
FOR SALE-CHEAP LOTS AT HAZEL WOOD,
Close to station, nice and level and on line or
new electric road: some good bargains; sure en
hancement In a short'tlme. BLACK ft BAIRD,
95 Fourth ave. J y 14-59-15, 17, 13,23,2, 77
FOR SALE-CHEAP. YET DESIRABLE AL
LEGHENY building lots, as low as 350, on
easy payments: call or send for plans. W. A.
HERKON ft SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
. J e30-7O, 6, 9, 13, 18, 20, 23, 27, 30
FOR SALE LOTS ON MAPLE ANDLINDEN
avenues and Lombard street. Allegheny, In
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH McNAUUHER, 43 N. Diamond St.
I7IOR SALE MARSHALL AVE.. TENTH
! ward, Allegheny, gooa lot 50x200; fine view,
healthy location: price reasonable; near electric
nnu fieasanc vaiiev street cars.
BLACK ft CO.. 99 Fourth ave.
TTIOR SALE-S4K ACRES OF NICE
jl.' rignt at wnawooa station,
big bargain; price P. 150. J
P. ft W. R.R.:
J. RE1LLY. 77
FOR8ALE-AT W1LK1NSBURG. LOT 56x132
corner Hill and Mill streets, 2 minutes from
school bouse and 10 minutes from station. Will
be sold cheap for cash. W. E. HAMNETT, 404
Smlthfleld street, Wllklnsburg, Pa. Jyl8-67
FOR SALE AT TURTLE CREEK. PA.. CON
VENIENT to Westlnghouse new works, two
fine building sites: property in this section Is ad
vancing In value dally, and these lots. 25x150, are
now below themarkei at 1150 each, on easy terms.
MELLON BROTHERS, 6349 Station St., E. E.
FOR SALE-LOTS1 LOTS! LOTS! IN OR
CHARD plan. Wllklnsburg: only 3 lots un
sold on south street: purchasers will erect fine
houses at once: proner:
rapidly Improving: wUl
on long, easvoarmenta
sell the rematnlug31ots on
and furnish money
to build. Terms, etc, from
J AS. W. DRAPE ft CO,
Agents. 129 Fourth ave-JV20-42-D
FOR SALE-FARM 125 ACRES, FR. HOUSE 7
rooms, bank barn. 5 springs, good orchard,
near Elizabeth, river and railroad station; (03
per acre ED. W1TT1SH, 410 Grant St.. Pltts
bnrg. Pa. Jyl8-D
FOB. SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE FIRST-CLASS BARBER SHOP:
good business; best location in town; good
reason for selling. Address N. L , P. O. Box 579,
Ravenna. O. Jy2l-36
TTIOR SALE LIVERY
stable: In good location
olee about tl.500: rent
with nice stock: will
Invoice about tl.soo; rent of building very low.
J. C. REILLY. 77 Diamond St.
FOR SALE DRUGSTORE IN A LARGE
manufacturing town near city; over SO. COO
business done last year: good reasons for selling.
Address DRUGGIST, Dispatch office.
TTIOR SALE-OR TO LET A COMPLETE, FUR
JU N1SH ED barber shop for sale pr to let very
cheap. For particulars Inquire or JOHN MUR
PHY, No. 1 Carson St., Panhandle denot building,
OR SALE A
ana Tinware store, in
neighboring manufacturing city, doing a good
navlng business: to a I
laying business: to a live man this la a good open-
Ing business: to a live man thf:
Ing. Particulars from JAS. W.
uuars a. uo
129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-BY THE ADM1NISTRATORS
The one-half interest or Louis Brann. de
ceased. In the firm of Franz A Braun, at No. 09
South Twentieth street. For further particulars
address at the establishment. No. 69 TWENTI
ETH ST.. or at the residence of M HS. I.OIIIR
BRAUN, No. 1821 Carson st,, S. S. lrrj-52-TTS
FOB SALK-iOO GROCERY. DRYGOODS,
drug. China and notion stores; light manu
facturing business, -paying well; feed store, ex
tensive and profitable bakery. Ice cream and con
fectionery business: cigar stores and confection
ery stores, all sizes and prices; fine restaurantand
dining rooms, printing office, botcher shop, milk
depots, upholsiery business, shoe stores, etc.
Free particulars. SHEPARD A CO.. 54 Fifth ave.
FOR SALE-A HALF INTEREST IN A WELL
established wholesale grocery firm In the
city on one of the leading thoroughfares
and doing a safe and profitable business of
about 1150,000 annually; satisfactory reasons
for selling; this is a rare opening: a good
man or experience and moderate capi
tal can make money rapidly. Fnll particu
lars confidentially from JAS. W. DRAPE A CO.,
Agents. 129 Fourth avenue, Plttsonrg. jy23-55
TTK)R SALE-INTEREST IN A VALUABLE
J railroad appliance The undersigned wishes
to dispose or a portion of bis Interest in a valu
able appliance for railroads, which, from Its
merits, will In a short time come into general
use; It has been tried and gives full satisfaction,
and Is covered by letters patent In all the prin
cipal railroad countries; will sell reasonable for
flood reasons: a stock company will be formed for
ts manufacture, and the owners of the patent
will derive the advantages Incident thereto; only
those having capital to Invest and meaning busi
ness need apply, as I wiU positively take no notice
of Idle Inquiries: full name and address must
dc given, ana satisiactory assurances given tbat
business Is meant. Address BONA FIDE. Dis
TTtOH SALE-OR EXCHANGE-nOTEL PARK,
X1 West Bridgewater; brick building. 30 rooms:
only licensed house: location, town connects
Rochester, Beaver. H. P. DILWORTH, Penn
T7OR SALE-INVESTMENT MARKET ST.
A! near First ave.. 4-story brick dwelling. 10
rooms and large storeroom: can be easily rented
for 11.000 ner vcar: nrlee. S3.SOD; nnauMinn imme
diately If desired; lot 20x60, J. C. REILLY, 77
FOR SALE SPECULATION OR INVEST
MENT In business property on Third ave
between Wood ami Smlthfleld streets, lot 30x160 to
Second ave. . well adapted for general business,
warehouse or light manufacturing; certain to en
hance In value In the near future. SAMUEL W.
BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Hone. Vehicles. Live Stock, dec
FOR SALE-CHEAP, BEAUTIFUL LARGE
brown broodmare: young;. slightly blemished:
excellent worker; ' also good work horse: 34
ALLKGHENY AVENUE, near Rebecca street,
Allegheny City. '23-51
TTlOR SALE FAMILY HORSE - A BROWN
A? horse, 7 years old. perfectly reliable; can
recommend his good qualities; no finer barouche
or coupe horse in the city: also coupe and harness:
sold for want of use. Apply to C. A. WAR31
t'ASTLE, No. 5945 Penn avenue, or No. 80
FOURTH AVENUE. JyIS-3-TTS
Machinery and Mctata.
FOR SALE NOW ONE SECOND-HAND
tenoning machine, 2 surface planers and I
shaper and new and second-hand engines, boilers,
lard kettles, tar tanks, Shmen valves, castings,
etc. VELTE A MCDONALD, Thirty-second
and Penn ave. Jy21-9I-TT8
LOST-ON SUNDAY, JULY 21, 1880. A SKYE
terrier bitch. By returning the came to M.
F. CASS1DY, 94 Third avenue, a reward of 5 will
be paid. Jy&-79
T OST-IN THE VICINITY OF FOURTH AVE
XJ N UE one roll of specifications for a building.
Finder will be rewarded by leaving It at II ART A
WILKINSON'S, 419 Woorfstreet. Jy23-77
T OST-JULY 17. ON WOOD ST.. BETWEEN
AJ Fourthand Sixthaves.. small worn diary for
1889; containing memoranda and nothing of value
except to the owner. Flvo dollars reward will be
given for It at WM. R. THOMPSON A CO., Bank
ers, wood st. ana Fourth ave. Jy23-49
T OST-KING CHARLES SPANIEL BITCH. 1
JU years old: height 12 lnchts; tongue cut: color
white and liver: answers to name or Bess. A, re
ward will be paid for any Information leading to
or the return to DAVID L; J ON ES, Harding St.,
near Thirty-third St., Thirteenth ward, city.
Personal-books: booksi books t
New and old. ancient and modern, standard
suuran, icki. wruicai ana sciemiuc 3u,juu vol'
umus su select irom. x.r.vi a AUUH
900 Liberty st.
-PERSONAL WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIFE.
r mother or daughters in renalrlnc 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 floorf charges moderate;
facilities unsurpassed: suits made to order; spring
styles now ready. Telephone 1568. mh3
TO LET NEW. SEVEN ROOMED BRICK
house: good location, tine view: 20 minutes
from postoffice. J. W. LOWRY. Ridge St.. near
Thirty-third, city. Jyao-sa
TO LET-FORTY-FIFTH ST.. ONE SQUARE
from cable line, brick dwelling: S rooms;
attic, etc.; In first-class order; IIS per mo. L. O.
FRAZ1ER, Forty-flrth and Butler sts. Jyg-59
TO LET TORTY-F1FTH ST.. ONE-HALF
square from cable line, good brick dwelling:
6 rooms; attic hall and natural gas: In good re
pair: 2J per mo. L. O. FRAZIER, FortT-nfth
and Butler sts. , Jy23-49
TO LET-BRICK HOUSE, NO. 112 CRAW
FORD St.. containing eight rooms,includlng
two In mansard: possession given Immediately.
F.R,STONER,41i Grant St., Room No. 22,
TO LET-TO A RESPECTABLE AND RE
SPONSIBLE party without children la nice
neighborhood 3 furnished rooms on second floor.
Including kitchen, cooking utensils, dishes, bath
room, etc Address L. C, Dispatch offlce.
TO LET-FURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUSE
KEEPING; Includes kitchen, tableware,
sewing machine, folding bed, separate Icebox
and ice free dally; the laundry work ofrooms done
by our own laundry: price for all, (3 75 to S3; come
ana see: iioimugiiae is ia ine city at any price.
41 LOGAN ST.. near Wylle ave. Jy&53
Offices. Detlt Room, dec
mo LET WELL LIGHTED OFFICE. NEWLY
painted: elevator. Janitor service and al
modern conveniences. Apply to GERMAN!,
SAVINGS BANK. 423 Wood street. e23-CS-D
10 LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING. 75. 77 and 79 Diamond street, two of the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be found In the
city; rent. fCOUand S300 per annum. Including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam heating.
Apply between 10 A. M. and 1P.M., or between
2 and 4 P.M. Jy23-67
TO LET-WAREHOUSE. 20X160. 109 WATER
St.. with large complete offices; power ele
vator, 8-horse power gas engine. Inquire on
TO LET-OR FOR SALE LARGE BRICK
building for manufacturing purposes. 60x150
feet: near citv, on principal R. R. with switch
siding; special Inducements offered. Address Z,
Dispatch office. Jyl9-32-TVSu
TO LET-PENN BUILDING. PENN AVE.,
near Seventh St., offices single or en suite.
In this elegapt 8-story.butldlng: 2 Crane elevators,
heat and Janitor services; rents exceptionally
low; floor plans at our office: we have also de
sirable offices In other good buildings. SAMUHti
W. BLACK A CO.. 99 Fourth ave. Je292-p
CAME TO THE
O nremlses of the nndersigued
Ing property and paving charges must remove the
same or win dc soin accoraing 10 law.
A. DONLEY. 5707 Rlppey St.
FOUND-A SUM OF MONEY ON MARKET
St., Diamond Market, July 20, about 2 P. M.
get by proving property at UNION
.a n. jTij-
HOLY rfHOST COLLEGE
Complete preparatory, commercial and
collegiate departments, reopens WEDNES
DAY. SEPTEMBER 4; new students examined
Monday, September 2. Apply to Rev. JOHN
T. MURPHY, C. 8. Sp., President. jy!7-28
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 JNO. CALVIN RICE, A. M., Principal.
NEW YORK MILITARY ACADEMY,
Cornwall-on-Hudson. Conrseo of stndy in
civil engineering, English and classics. Labor
atory, drawing room and field work. Beautiful
bmldlngs. grounds, location. COL. C. J.
WRIGHT, a 8., A. M., Supt; BELDKN F.
HYATT. Comd't of Cadets. JelO-U
SOUTHERN HOME SCHOOL FOR GIRLS,
n,C .....1 (11 7 l.ka.l.. u,,.,a. U.I,l.nA.a '
1J auu oil ,uaucfl D.ini, uAi.iuiuiv.
MRS.W.M.CARY. I Established 1842. French
(the language of the school.
KEBLE SCHOOL, 8YRACUSE.N. i.
Boarding School for Girls. Under the su
pervision of the Kt. Rev. F. D. Huntington, 8.
T. D. The nineteenth school year begins
Wednesday, September 11, 1889. References
Rr. Rev. H.C. Potter, D.D..N.Y. Rev. Wm. R.
Huntington. D. D., Grace Church, N. Y. City.
Pres. E. N. Potter, D. D Geneva. N. Y. Hon.
Andrew D. White, Ithaca, N. Y. Apply to
MISS MARY J. JACKSON, Principal.
Normal". Academic Commercial. Students
prepared for advanced classes In tbe best col
leges, for teachtng, for business. Yonng La
dies' Seminary Department. Fall term opens
September 9. 1889. Hod. Thos. M. Marshall.
President Board of Trustees. Address J.WAR
REN LYTLE, Principal, No. 7 Fourth avenne
SIXTH STREET, PITTSBURG.
1477 STUDENTS LA8T YEAR.
Classical, Scientific Ladies' Seminary, Normal.
Musical, Elocutionary, Business College and
Shorthand departments. Send for new cata
logue. Correspondence with young persons de
siring a better education respectfully solicited.
JAMES CLARK WILLIAMS, A. JL, Pres't
Pennsylvania Female College.
Situated In a beautiful park, on a commanding
plateau. In the suburbs of Pittsburg, away from
city noise and dust. Unsurpassed for beauty and
healthfulness. Excellent facilities for study of
Natural Sciences, Classics and Mathematlcs-ln
short, every department well equipped. The
completion of Dllworth Hall, comprising new
chapel, commodious class robms and additional
dormitories, has Increased capacity and rurnlshes
faculties for thorough educational work of the
highest order. Season opens September 11, 1889.
Early application Is desirable. Forcatalognesand
further information apply to MISS HELEN E.
PELLETREAU, President, Pittsburg (East End).
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at tbe office of City Controller
until WEDNESDAY, the 24th day of July, A.
D.IS89, at2F. X, for the furnishing of a case of
drawers for the office of the Board of Assessors.
Plans and specifications can be seen at the
office of the Superintendent of City Property,
fifth floor, Mnnicipal Hall.
Bond In double the amount must accompany
each proposal probated before the Mayor or
The Department of Awards reserves the
right to reject any or alljblds.
E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
ESTATE OF MARGARET J. CROMLISHi
deceased Letters testamentary upon the
above estate having been granted to tbe
undersigned, all persons Indebted to said estate
will please make payment, and those having
claims against the same present them to
NANCY U.ALKER, Hazelwood avenue, or
her attorney, MARSHALL BROWN. 157
Fourth avenue. jy9-71-TU
ASSIGNEES' NOTICE-COURT OF COM
MON Pleas No. L No. 482. December
term, 1883. In re voluntary assignment of tbe
Farmers and Mechanics' Bank, of East Bir
mingham, to J. H. Sorg. L. 8. Cunningham and
H. J. -Berg. Jr. Notice is hereby given tnat the
assignees have filed their account in tbe above
entitled matter, and tbat tbe same will be al
lowed by the Court on WEDNESDAY. July
31, 1889, and confirmed nisi, unless exceptions
are filed thereto. D. T. W ATSON.
jy8-69-Tu Attorney for the Assignees.
HARRY L, GOEHRING.Atty.lOO Diamond St.
ESTATE OF ADOLF 8 AUER. DECEASED.
Administrator's notice. Notice is hereby
given that letters of administration on the es
tate of Adolf Bauer, late of the city of Pitts
burg, in tbe county ot Allegheny and tbe Stato
of Pennsylvania, deceased, have been granted
to the undersigned, to whom all persons In
debted to said estate are requested to make
Immediate payment, and those having claims
or demands against the same will make them
known witbont delay to F. C. SAUEK, Admin
istrator, corner Sixth and Liberty street. Pitts
burg. Ps. Jyl657-Tn
Of all kinds of wearing apparel, such as dresess,
tea gowns and wrappers. Also Turkish, Mad
ras and portler curtains, lambrequins, table
covers, mantel scarfs, tidies and all other tex
tile fabrics dry cleaned at the
SIXTH AVENUE DYE WORKS,
M. MAY SONS & Co.
68 SIXTH AVE.
Goods called for and delivered. jelMrs
" A FTER TWO TRIALS."
FRED BETLSTEIN, of Spring Garden ave
was relieved of a large tapeworm by Dr. Bur
goon on Julys, after having treated with two
other physicians for the same.
Mr. Beilsteln1 can be seen at the Allegheny
market, where he has a butcher's stana.
DR. BURGOON treats all curable diseases.
Over 800 testimonials of your neighbors cured
at his office. 47 Ohio it- Allegheny, Pa,
Consultation free. Jjl2
glassworks at the be?
teenth sr,, Twenty-elzhth
eluding 8 buildm? lots, on r
erected, will he offered for
ses, at public anction. by t
signees of the Farmers an
ot East Birmingham, onT3
L 1889, at 9 o'clock A. 3T,
offered as a whole, and if t
parcels as will suit pnrcl.
buildings, machinery, stem
materlais on the said pre
latter event, be sold, to be
said lots within 30 days f rom-J-o
Terms of sale: 10 per cent of aK . j
money on day of sale, one-third when ucaV
delivered, and the balance In two equal annual
payments, with interest payable annnally from
date of deed and secured by tijht bonds and
mortgage on the premises sold. Tbe balance
of purchase money on materials and machin
ery within 20 days from day nf sale.
J. H. BORG,
H. L HERO. JR..
L. S. CUNNINGHAM,
Assignees of tbe Farmers and Mech. Bank.
AT AUCTION THE LARGEST CON
SIGNMENT of linoleum ever received at
onetime: for sale by the quantity or as much
as you like; tbe chance of your lifetime to buy
A No. 1 linoleum at joar own price and in sucn
quantities as you may need, TUESDAY, July
23: sale commences at 10 o'clock in the mornin;
at the rooms. No. 311 Market street.
Also at same time and place, the whole con
tents of tbe first floor, embracing handsome)
parlor and chamber suits, hall racks, folding
beds, library, office and dining room furniture,
pictures, shades, curtains, Brussels and ingrain
carpets, rugs, lamps, stands, chairs, bedding,
stoves, refrigerators, rockers, laundry and.
kitchen goods, dinner and toilet sets, glass
ware, groceries, notions, clocks, etc. etc
HENRY AUCTION CO., LIM'TAuctioneers.
AUCTION SALE MANUFACTURING;
site. On the premises. River ave, Alle
gheny, opposite new Thirtieth street bridge,
between P. & W. and W. P. R. R.. TUESDAY,
July 23, at 2 o'clock P. M lot 200x12a, with im
provements, viz.: A large and substantially
built planing mill, with first-class machinery.
2-story brick offlce building, stable, etc Terms
One-half cahs balance in 1,2 and 3 years.
JOHN J. HOWLEY, 127 Fourth ave.
The Ben Franklin Insurance Co.,
UJ- THE tlTY OF ALLEUIIES T, 1'A.,
AUEOnEsv, juiy lu. ias. j
DIVIDEND THE DIRECTORS OF THIS
company have tbis day declared a divi
dend of THREE PER CENT (SI 60 per share),
payable on demand. WM. A, FORD,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-SEALED
proposals will be received up to JULY 24,'
1889, 3 P. M.. for removing and rebuilding brick
partition walls, etc. in tbe Ralston public
school building. Plans and specifications toba
seen at the offlce of C. M. Bartberger, architect,
room 614. Lewis block. Bids to be left with
Frank Lutz. 1335 Penn avenue. The board re
serves the right to reject any or all bids. J. A,
SOTICE TO CONTRACTORS PROPO
SALS will be received at the offlce of the
t Pittsburg Improvement Company, in the
Westlnghouse building, city, where specifica
tions and drawings can be seen, for the con
struction of a reservoir near Port Perry, Pa
for tho Turtle Creek Valley Water Company,
until 12 o'clock noon JCLY2o,18S9. The com
pany reserves the right to accept or reject any
bid. J. R. McGlNLEY, Secy. jyl0-60-TUFSa
PROPOSALS SEALED PROPOSALS
will be received at the office of the archi
tect from now until 4 P. IT. MONDAY. July
29. 1SS9. for the erection of a 3-story frame dor
mitory and boarding ball, to be built at Oak
dale, Allegheny county. Pa. (Panhandle Rail
road). Plans and specifications may be seen at
the office of James N. Campbell. Architect,
Room 814, Penn building. Pittsburg, Pa., where
all bids roust be addressed.
The board reserve the right to reject any or
Separate bids must be made for the excavat
ing and stonework. W. A. HERRIOTT,
HENRY ADAMS. President.
"DEPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
XV Third National Bank, at rittsbnrg, in the
rMate of Pennsylvania, at the doss of business,
July 12, 1889.
Loans and discounts 1,754.703 60
Overdrafts 6.253 IS
U. S. bonds to secure circulation... 50.00U 00
Other stocks, bonds and mortgages. 8,012 S3
Due from approved re
serve agents -S 233,317 43
Due from other Nation
al banks 33,39913 V-.
Due from State banks
and bankers 3.150 93
Real estate, furniture and fixtures. G4.114 37
Current expenses and taxes paid... 6,078 07
Premiums paid 9,623 00
Checks and other cash
items. S 28,934 21
Exchanges for Clearing
House 73,509 05
Bills ot other banks 13,410 00
Fractional paper cur
rency, nickels and pen
nies 1,459 24
Specie 233,363 20
Legal tender notes 75,300 00
Redemption fnnd with U. S. Treas
urer (Spercentof circulation).... 2,250 00
Capital stock paid in S 500.000 00
Surplnsfund 230,000 00 .
Undivided profits 2&199 84
National bank notes outstanding.. 4o,OlO 00
Dividends unpaid 3,322 00
Individual deposits sub
ject to check $1,617,870 83
Demand certificates of
deposit 70,793 00
Cashier's checks out
standing. 12,345 61
Due to other National
Dne to State banks and
bankers 97,314 84
State of Pennsylvania, County of Allegheny,
I, W. E. Schmertz, President of the Third
National Bank of Pittsburg, Pa., do solemnly
swear that tbe above is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
W. E. 8CHMERTZ, President.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 19th)
day of July, 1889.
JAMES A. McKEAN, Notary Public,
A. C. DRAVO.
jv20-23-P - Directors.
WOOD MANTELS, CEILINGS
Manufacturers and Importers of-Fine Furni
ture, Curtains and Ornaments.
Designs and estimates submitted for complete)
TRYMBY. HUNT 4 CO..
1219 and 1221 Market St,
91 AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-74-D
J. A. JACOBS,
96 Fourth avenue.
u oeieaiu avenue.
, Pittsburg. Pa.
Telepboue 1344. " se5-n60-TTS
Clocks, jewelry, silverware,
clock repairing a specialty.
Fine watch, and
WILSON. 61 FOURTH AVENUE.
Heydrict's map of Murdockville
price 15: post paid bv
J. A. HEYDRICK 4 BON,
Jy23-C0 Barnharts Mills. Butler Co, Pa.
A E. LlNKENHElMER,
545 Smlthfleld street. Pittsburg, Pa. FreihettB"
Freuud Building, second floor, mhSXAj f ' ',
on fleidi 3EHii
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