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ptONS WEE EAIETES.
"Valley Camp Transformed to a Bower
of Life and Beauty
, IN HONOR OF TDE CHILDREN'S DAY
Elements That Made the Bare Scene Enjoy
able to Fully 5,000.
ADDRESSES ADDING LIFE'S LESBONS
There was a great and jubilant multitude
of children at Valley Camp yesterday. It
was their anniversary, and no day is more
appreciated among the little folk; and that
could be clearly seen by the enthusiastic
manner in which they participated in all
exercises. The air was rent with song and
laugnter. No matter what portion of the
services the little ones were engaged in, they
adapted themselves to it. At the religions
meetings the children were reverent and at
tentive; but, at the display of their dolls in
the alternoon, words would fail to depict the
delights of those "little mothers."
The morning opened dull and forbidding.
At intervals ominous clouds flitted by, and
rain fell spasmodically; but before the day
(or the real day to the children) opened,
Old Sol peeped out from behind a black
cloud and beamed and blinked away, mer
rily, to the intense delight of the children.
The cottagers profusely decorated their cot
tages with bunting, and the camp had all
the appearance ot a gala day.
Before the arrival of the trains appointed
to bring in the visitors from points north
and south, Will Price and J. H. Nobbs ar
ranged the children in line, and, accom
panied by Cruikshank's orchestra, they
btarted for the depot.
A SCENE FOB PASSENGEKS.
"When the Buffalo express drew into the
station and the visitors began to alight.1,000
sweet little voices burst out into rapturous
song; and certainly "Hold the Fort" could
not be heard to better advantage. The
scene was inspiring.
AVfien the service opened in the audito
rium, lully 5,000 people were there, and, as
tlicv rose en masse to sing a favorite hymn
("Ve Are a Little Pilgrim Band"), it was
a sight worthy to be remembered. "When
Dr. Davidson called the children to prayer,
a solemn and reverential stillness pervaded
the whole building; nothing but the prayer
of the supplicant could be heard.
At 11:30 A. M. "W. L. Davidson, D. D.,
who is in charge of the Methodist Sunday
School wo.k, gave an address. He was lis
tened to with rapt attention, for his earnest
and forcible manner attracted the children;
and, as he drew simple pictures of nature
and told how all might be drawn into more
intimate relationship with God, every heart
was touched with the divine chord.
Lewis Miller, of Akron, O., well-known
as a great agricultural implement manufac
turer, but better and more widely known as
the President of the Chautauqua Sunday
School Assembly, spoke next. His genial
countenance, radiating smiles, made Every
body happy. He urged the children to be
obedient and watchful in all they did, and
then they would grow up strong and in the
knowledge of goodness. After this Mrs.
J. E. Porter rendered a beautiful solo, and
then the children sang a hymn and the
morning exercises closed.
TIIEIB JOSS CONCENTRATED.
The event of the day, to the children,
found the great auditorium filled at 2:30 p.
M . ith a multitude to listen to the per
form .nces of artist drawn from the
children's own ranks. The opening piece
was "Welcome;' then Miss Blanche Baily
"Proclaimed the Mission Cause;" Miss
Esie Swca very prettily rendered a solo,
"Tiny Hands," alter which Miss Mamie
Benck gave one of her excellent perform
ances on the violin. Then the Valley
Camp Band went through a calistheni'c
exercise; 14 little girls aiterward gave a
dialogue, and the programme was closed by
Miss Myrtle Price singing "Goodbye.
Helen Thompson, the soloist, sat on the
platform, amid the bevy ot cnildren, with
their dolls all tastefully attired. The
chorus was composed of 18 little girls. J.
II. Nobbs, known by every Pittsburg
Methodist, sat among them, with his little
grandchild on his kuee.
There was, a little later, a hoop drill, and
it was exceedingly pretty. The girls tak
ing part in this entertainment were the
Misses Florence ltunncttc, Carrie Bush
Held, Mary Thompson, Emma Hale, Clara
Thompson, Pearl Tinker, Ida Flaccus, Lida
Bushneld, Annie Stewart, Mary Brobst and
Dr. O. L. Miller, of Allegheny, gave a
very interesting stereoptican entertainment
in the evening, when an immense crowd
thronged the spacious hall, and all were
full of enthusiasm. At the close they gen
erally and warmly thanked Dr. Miller for
making the end of this memorable day so
AX0TJIEE LINE TO WILKINSBUKG.
The Latest Chartered Electric Kullrrnys in
A charter was issued at the State Depart
ment yesterday to the Swissvale and Wil
kinsburg Street Railway Company, with a
capital stock of 533,000. The line will run
from Sylvan avenue, at Sylvan bridge, to
lorward avenue, to Swissvale avenue,
thence to Braddock avenue, Trenton ave
nue. Alfred street, to Main street in Wil
kinsburg. It will be an electric road. The
officers are: President, Joseph M. Wilson;
Directors, W. W. Murrev, Henry T. Row
ley. David Moore and Robert Frazcr.
The Sylvan Street Railway Company,
with a capital of $24,000, was also chartered,
and will run from Fifth avenue at the junc
tion with Craft avenue, along Craft to
Emily street, to Halket, to Wilmot, to Syl
van, thence across Sylvan avenue bridge to
Greenfield avenne, to Hazelwood avenne,
to Saline avenue, and thence north of the
Monongahela river, with officers the same as
the above. It is understood that another
company previously secured the charter for
a part of the route described.
MUSIC IN TIIE PAXES.
The First Free Concert on the Allegheny
To-night the first free concert of the season
will be given at the bandstand in West
Park, Allegheny. The expenses are borne
by John O'Brien, of the Casino Museum.
The programme arranged by the Duqnesne
Greys' Band will embrace: March, "Exhi
bition," by E. M. Bayley; overture,
"Zehus," by Pettie; cornet polka, "Roses
and Lilies," by H. Houser; waltz, "Fleur
d'Alsace," by Stciner; overture, "Lust
picl," by Keler Beer; "Black Brigade," by
Beyer; march, "Duquesne Greys," by J. H.
The second concert will be given under,
the auspices of the Allegheny Musical
Edgewood Becomes Stylish.
The East End Electric Light Company
received the contract yesterday to supply
the borough of Edgewood with 12 arc lights.
This brings the number of arc lights run
ning in a continuous line from the Point to
Edgewood, a di&iance of eight miles, up to
Ncnrly 8800,000 to Date.
The following contributions to the Johns
town relief fund were received yesterday:
Employes Philadelphia Smelting and Refln
ing Company, Pueblo, Col., $133 25: Portland,
Orfc.. per Oregomaa, $35: Rev. T. J. Asnburn.
West Union. V. Va., $3L This makes a grand
total of $799,767 84.
Beecham's Fills cure bilious and nervous ills
PjCAas' Soap secures a beautiful complexion
Letter From the Deputy Collector at Mead-
, Tllle, Alluding to It.
Yesterday afternoon TJ. S. Internal Beve
nue Collector 'Warmcastle received a letter
from Deputy Collector Williamson, of
Meadville, relative to the shrinkage of
whisky that had been lying in bond at
Meadville. It cannot be clearly ascertained
whether there was an excessive loss, because
the length of storage is not absolutely
known. The following letter is from the
Sir Your letter of the 29th Inst Inclosing
clipping In regard to "too much" shrinkage of
distilled splriu In the warehouse of Crawford
& Co. is received. I would state, In reply, that
I have examined the books of the Meadville
Distiller? Ganging Company, Limited, No. 28,
and can find but one druggist in this vicinity
who has. made any recent wlthdrawol from the
said warehouse.' The druggist; Cyrus Kitchen,
residing in this city, but engaged In business
in Evansbnrg, Conneaut Lake, withdrew on
June 7, 1689, two packages. Nos. L3S8 and LSS9.
containing originally 13 and 44 gallons. At the
time of withdrawal they contained 39 gallons
each, showing a loss on the package of 9 gal
lons. The allowance being 6 gallons on each
barrel for 27 months, you will observe that this
loss Is excessive.
As regards the natural excitement and curi
osity of the distiller. I can only state that the
first intimation he had of it was when I read
the same notice to him in The Dispatch on
Sunday afternoon, and he, of course, could not
understand it. J. Williamson.
STILL BAKING THE BUINS
Of the Defunct F. fc 31. Dank, and Finding a
Little of Valor.
The sale of the Independent Glass House
and adjacent property by assignees of the
F. & M. Bank took place yesterday morn
ing. Mr. Wigman, lumber merchant,
bought the glass house tor $9,200. and Al
derman Snccop, of the Southside, bought
the lot the office 6tood upon for $940. With
regard to the purchase of an adjoining lot,
to build thereon a $60,000 Polish church.
The Dispatch has before published par
The remaining property of the Farmers
and Mechanics' Bank in the hands of the
trustees consists of about 14 acres of coal
lands, situate on the line of the Chartiers
Valley Railroad, a short distance above
Mansfield. Assignee Sorg said yesterday
that the assignees would sell this tract for
$2,000, and that as soon as they received an
offer ior it. There are also eight lots on the
hillside at the head of Sonth Eighteenth
street, above Pius street, and IS lots at the
head of South Twenty-sixth street, in the
Twenty-seventh ward, yet to be sold.
The assignees of the bank have now about
$91,000 in cash in their hands, and this will,
within a month, he distributed in appor
tioned amount among the depositors.
THEY TEATPED HIM.
A Colored Driver in Limbo on Suspicion of
Stealing New Shoes.
James Thomas, colored, employed as a
driver for A. I. Scott & Co., 110 Market
street, was jailed yesterday on a charge
preferred by J.. McD. Scott, of the firm, al
leging that the colored man had secreted,
stolen and sold a quantity of shoes con
signed to him by the firm for delivery to
customers. Traps were laid for him, and in
a measure corroborated the suspicions.
The firm also received word that a num
ber of colored people had received shoes
from Thomas, among them William John
son, Albert Green, John Sharper, Mrs.
Banks and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Williams.
Informations were made against these for re
ceiving stolen goods.
It was not only stated that several more
arrests of Scott's purchasers are contem
plated, but that, when he was trapped, he
admitted to his employer that he had stolen
three pairs of shoes found among the other
wise empty boxes he had been led unwit
tingly to load up.
THEI WON'T DISCUSS IT.
Friends Puzzled Abont the Break of Cap
tain and Cashier Awl.
John Awl, of the Monongahela incline,
was seen last night relative to the disap
pearance of his son. Captain William F.
Awl. He said he did not know where his
son went or for what cause he had left the
John Robinson, Treasurer of the Pitts
burg and Lake Erie Railroad, of which
Captain Awl had been cashier, positively
declined to say anything last night.
Southside Journalists Organizing.
A new society Qaper is to be started for
the benefit of the residents of the Southside.
There were to be COO shares allotted at the
meeting tor that ourpose last evening. Dr.
Thomson was chosen Chairman, with D.
Morgan Secretary. The organizing com
mittee consist of F. J. Burnardy, Dr.
Reinake, Joseph Moll, C. E. Succupand J.
As Bad as If in Mississippi.
William Murry was arrested by Officer
Messner last evening for fighting on Center
avenue, near Thirty-third street. He was
locked up in the Eleventh ward station.
11 lbs granulated sugar $1 00
12 lbs A coffee sugar...., 1 00
12J lbs American "C" sugar 1 00
13 lbs yellow sugar 1 00
Hamell's Ammonia Jquts 10
Extract of vanilla, five 2-oz bottles. ... 25
2 lbs New York goshen cheese 25
3 lbs best Ohio goshen cheese 25
3 lbs best Wisconsin Limberger 25
31-lbcans chipped beef. SO
3 2-lb cans corned beei 50
1 bucket jelly, 30 lbs 1 00
71bsrolled oats 25
7JJ lbs Schumacher's oat meal -. . 25
2 doz parlor matches (200's) 25
11 lbs gilt edge soap 25
1 sack table salt 2
4 lbs Kingsford corn starch 25
1 lb silver gloss starch 7
9 lbs large lump starch 25
Cut this coupon out and send with order,
or bring with you.
All orders accompanied with cash or P.
O. money order will receive prompt atten
tion. Freight paid on $10 worth and up
ward. Send for circular.
36 Ohio street, Allegheny, Pa.
XXX, 1855, Pure Rye Whisky, full
quarts $2 00
1800. McKim's Pure Rye Whisky,
full quarts .' 3 00
Monogram, Pure Rye Whisky, full
, quarts 1 75
Extra Old Cabinett Pure Rye Whisky,
lull quarts 1 50
Gibson's, 1879, Pure Rye Whisky, full
QUflriA Jt (Ml
Gibson's Pure Rye Whisky, full
Q u3rb3 x. OK)
Guckenheimer Pure Rye Whisky, full
quarts . 1 00
Gnckenheimcr Export,Pure Rye Whis
ky, full quarts 1 CO
Moss Export, Pure Rye Whisky, full
1879 Export, Pure Rye Whisky, full
quarts 1 25
1880 Export, Pure Rye Whisky, full
quarts 1 00
For sale by G. W. Schmidt, Nos. 95 and
97 Fifth ave.
Frnuenbelm Si Vilaack's
Pittsburg beer deserves your patronage both
for its good qualities and because it is a
genuine product of home industry. Call for
it at ail first-class bars, or order direct.
Use "Una" flour finest spring patent in
the worldt "Golden Wedding" the best of
bread flours. "Duquesne" has no equal as
a pastry flour. Homing's "Ivory," gem of
all family flours.
Cabinet photos, 89c per doz. Lies' Pop
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st, xwfsu
Nestling Cloudward, it has Made
Great Strides Recently.
ITS EXTENSIVE STREET PAYIKQ
And Much Rouse Building;, All la a Modest
and Quiet Way.
ITS TREMENDOUS TOTING CAPACITY
Mt Washington, Thirty-second ward, has
been quietly looming up oflate years all by
itself, and very few people, aside from those
who live there, know it. In fact, it is
doubtful whether the average resident of
the city knows as much of the place as do
visitors, who ride up the inclined planes as
a novelty, and are astonished to find a little
city, so bright and new that it shines like a
gem in the tiara of the city. It has been
said that a city set on a hill cannot be hid,
but ML Washington has managed to be
very nearly hidden, illustrating the declara
tion in the Book of Mormon, "Blessed is he
that bloweth his own horn, for he shall be
Mowed." Mt Washington hasn't been
blowing it&jown horn very much lately, has
not even held an indignation meeting for
several years, and while the East End has
been the cynosure of most eyes on purchase
bent, ML Washington has been iu a measure
DATING PEOM AWAT BACK.
It may not be generally known, but it is
nevertheless a fact, that a portion of Mt
Washington was laid out in 1784, 105 years
ago. It was included in the Manorof Pitts
burg, and High street, now Grandview ave
nue, was a street over 100 years ago. The
lots fronted on the river. They were quite
ample lots, four rods wide and running
from the river to the top of the hill, some
700 feet, each lot containing over an acre of
Over 100 years ago Abraham Kirkpatrlck,
grandfather of K. Q. Bigham, Esq., built
a log house at the corner of what is now
Grandview avenue and Kearsage street He
also built another farther back, which is
still standing, and a barn on the site now
occupied bv Mr. Charles H. Humbert The
first named house was torn down within the
last three years, and of the second house
tne logs are niaucu oy quite moaern
weatherboarding. Mr. Klrkpatrick being
an officer of the General Government, and
consequently antagonistic to the men who
fought the Whisky Rebellion, found it
rough sledding during that war, and the
insurrectionists burned his barn.
A VILLAGE IN 1820.
The oldest settlement that approached in
appearance a village was near where the
house of John Wilbert, deceased, stands.
Peter Cool, Thomas Jones and some others
built log houses there in 1820. The first of
the Large family to como to this section had
built a distillery on the back part of the
hill, but iu 1820 the distillery was regarded
as a thing of antiquity, and even its site
had been forgotten by most people.
Steam and modern science have made Mt
Washington. Had it not been for her in
clined planes she would to this day have
remained a straggling village, but the
plane is not so late an idea as some suppose.
About 1850 the late T. J. Bigham and a
man named Leslie laid out a plan of lots on
the heights and Leslie, whose talent lay in
the engineering line, began the construction
of an inclined plane much similar to the
one now in operation The road up the hill
originally ran from where Thomas Kcely's
stable now stands at a grade so steep that in
ascending a line dropped from the lead
horse's ears. would strike the tailboard of
the wagon, and it was difficult even to net
groceries on the Mount Some excavating
was done for Mr. Leslie's plane and a car
was bought, but it never carried any pass
engers. Not long since it was doing duty
as a summer house in the yard of the Jlate
C. B. M. Smith, Esq.
Instead ot an inclined plane Bigham &
Leslie and others finally contented them
selves by building a line of steps to the
brow of the hill. These steps were in use
down almost to the time of the building of
the Monongahela Incline Plane, and were
considered a great labor saving institution.
HUMBEET'S IDEA ANCIENT ALSO.
It is also stated that Mr. Humbert's idea
of a car hung on wires to transport people
from the foot of Market street to the top of
Mt. Washington, to the place where the
Harper mansion stands, was conceived by a
Yankee named Daniel Touse in 1850.
In 1868 Mr. Peter Soffel was one of the
Board of School Directors, and he says the
number of children enrolled was about 175.
In 1871 the schoolhouse at the corner of
Sycamore and Stanwix streets became too
small, and a new one was proposed. The
proposition caused a bitter fight and the
opponents of the project said the building
proposed would not be filled during the life
of the generation. Since that time an addi
tion nearly as large as the building itself
has been bnilt, and now it is necessary to
erect still another building. Now a princi
pal and 21 teachers are kept busy taking
care ot an enrollment of nearly 1,500 pupils,
and but half the life of a generation has
passed since the old frame house became too
Just here a state of facts crops out which
no one on the Mount seems able to explain.
There arc about as many voters as children,
and yet the ward is not noted for old
bachelors. Were the recognized proportions
given by statisticians maintained, the adult
males and females ought not to equal, leav
ing out children too young to go to school,
more than one-half of the residue of the
population, which would give nearly 3,000
school pupils. XJr. J. Ji. wnsouandJ. J.
McConnick are supposed to know about
how many children have been born on the
Mount during the last 20 years, and they are
unable to explain the discrepancy except on
the ground that some voters
VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN,
or a large croportion of the children do not
go to school. The population ot the ward is
about 7,000. The additional school building
now being erected will cost $17,000.
Up to a very recent date the conservatives
of the Mount have been able to fight ofi
street improvements, but the moderns have
at last succeeded iu setting the ball rolling.
Miles of streets are being graded and paved,
and some heavy cuts are being made that
will cost a vast amount of money, but when
the work is finished it will be of vast use, as
by the inclined freight plane wagons carry
ing four tons are lifted to the summit in oue
minute, whereas a few years ago a half a
ton was a large load for two horses to pull
up the wagon road. ,
The character'of the houses built of late
years is much superior to those formerly
built So far 52 have been erected this year
and the ring of the bricklayer's trowel and
sound of the carpenter's saw can be heard in
Some of these houses cost $5,000 and up
ward, among them that of Dr. King. Mr.
Joseph Lewis is also building a fine house.
All this is the result of the building of in
clined planes, by means oi which people
can live in an atmosphere equal to that of
the open country, and yet reach the busi
ness part of the city in 15 minutes. The
great bulk pf the population makes its liv
ing in the downtown part of the city, and
only a few shoe, grocery and drugstore pro
prietors make their money on the hill.
Lovers of the beautiful regret that there
has not been sufficient esthetic taste to pre
serve the earthwork known as Fort Me
chanic, which was thrown up during the
dark days of the Civil War, when John
Morgan and aliost of wild-eyed rebels were
supposed to be preparing to attack Pitts
burg and rob its banks. Ex-Councilman
Minsinger has ground the earthwork and
had it molded into bricks. Before the
bill became thickly settled it was a great re-
sort for lovers and people-who wished to get'
a ravishing view of one of prettiest sections
of country in the State. '
THE LARGEST INTHE C0DNTET.
LoenJ lee Men Erecting a Storehouse of
The Chautaugua Lake Ice Company are
erecting, on the corner of Thirteenth and
Pike streets, a building the largest of its
kind in the United States dimensions 225x
100 feet and it will cost between $7,000
and $100,000. It is to be six stories high, of
brick and iron. The ground floor will he
paved with brick and three lines of railroad
vr ,. I ?J 1 !. . nil
Will run lnsiue aiong lue wcsicru ..
This floor is to be used for unloading ice and
a reserve storage house. There is to be an
ice house on this floor holding 20,000 tons.
This quantity is always kept ou hand in
case of a delay on the railroads.
On the second floor the company has ar
ranged stabling for over 100 horses and
wagons, and on the third floor flour, grain,
hay and feed will be stored. The remain
ing three stories will be unoccupied unlets
the company can let them. The building
will be finished in about two months.
DIAMOND STEEET ACTION DELAYED.
The Board of Viewers Unable to Go Ahead
Without Red Tape. -
No action was taken on the Diamond
street widening by the Board of Viewers
yesterday for the reason that the ordinance
has not yet been received from the City
Clerk's office. The city clerks are so rushed
with work. that they have not yet had time
to have the ordinance copied or printed.
When the'board gets the document it will
be required to give ten days' notice before
going any further.
TO MBS. SCHBNLEI.
The Park Commltteo Makes Its Formal
Bequest of Her.
The formal letter from the Park Commit
tee of City Councils to Mrs. Schenley has
been mailed to England. It is brief and
business-like in its tone. The lady is told
of the public desire for a park in Pittsburg,
of the committee's visit to her estate iu Oak
land and of the Councils' willingness to buy
a section ot it if the adjoining part is do
nated to the people. An early reply is so
licited. To Close Ont a Corporation for S22 SO.
L. C. Barton seeks, by equity suit, to dis
solve the co-partnership of the Pittsburg
Safe and Lock Company, because after get
ting judgment and execution for $22 CO
against Peter Reiseck, of the company, and
purchasing the latter's interest therein, un
der levy and sale, for $125, he has still been
unable'to effect a settlement.
A Pleasing Sense
Of health and strength renewed and of ease.
and comfort follows the use of Syrup of Figs,'
as it acts m Harmony witn nature to encctuauy
cleanse the system when costive or bilious.
For sale In 60c and tl 00 bottles by all leading
ALLEGHENY VALLEY B. K.
Tuesday, August 0.
To Thousand Islands, Alexandria Bay
and return, $12.
Toronto, Canada, and return, $8.
Niagara Falls and return, $7.
Lake Chautauqua and return, $5.
Tickets good for 15 days returning.
Passengers for Thousand Islands, Alex
andria Bay and Toronto can stop at Niagara
Falls and Lake Chautauqua on the return
' Train of Eastlake coaches and Pullman
parlor buffet cars leave Union station at
8:45 a. M., Eastern standard time. D
LOWEST KATES EVER OFFERED
For Round Trip Tickets
To Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo and
other points in Colorado and other Western
States, Tuesday, August 6 and 20. For full
information write to or call on H. R. Minor,
Passenger Agent Wabash line, corner Sev
enth avenue and Smithfield street, Pittsburg,
Pa. . Tvy
THE ALLEGHENY VALLEY R. R.
To Valley Camp Sundav, Angust 4.
Trains leave Union station, at 8:45 A. MV
and 12:40 P. 21. Returning trains leave
Valley Camp at 5:15 p. 21., 6:00 P. M. and
6:50 P. ll., and one after evening service.
Woken avoid suffering by using Parker's
Ginger Tonic as it is adapted to their ills.
Parker's Hair Balsam aids the hair growth.
ATOT1CE FIDELIA LODGE NO. 415 L O.
JN O. F.
Tne members of Kidolia Lodge No. 415, L O.
O. F.. aro requested to meot at the hall. East
Diamond street at 1 o'clock P. v. sharp.
SATURDAY. AUGU8T 3. 18S8,
to attend the funeral of our late brother, P. G.
Wm. McAtee. Members of sister lodges are re
spectfully invited to attend. J. H. NEELY, N.G.
Headquarters Allegheny Countt
KEPUBLICAN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE,
71) Fifth Avsnne.
A MEETING OF THE ALLEGHENY
County Republican Executive Committee
will be held in Common Council chamber, Pitts
burg, on SATURDAY, August 3, at 2:30 o'clock
p. Ji., for the purpose of fixing the number of
county conventions to beheld in June, XS90. and
designating the offices for which nominations
shall be made by each ennvention. By order
of W. 1). PORTER, Chairman. ROBERT
BERRY. Secretary. Jt31-68
PrrTSBtmG. Pa., Jnlv 27, 1SS9.
VrOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
JLi reports of viewers on the construction of
Atwood and Louisa streets sewer, from Fifth
avenue to Meyran street and Meyran and
Louisa streets sewer, from Fifth avenue to
Cunliffe Run sewer, have been approved by
Councils, which action will be final, unless an
appeal is filed in the Court of Common Fleas
within ten (10) dajs from .late.
E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
qiHE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
JL existing between the undersigned under
tne firm name of J. II. Richardson & Co., has
this day been dissolved. All debts owing to and
demand' upon said firm to be paid to and set
tled by J. H. Richardson. J. H. RICHARD
HON, D. U. STEWART. an2-C9-MWK
T ASEBALL TO-DAY 2:15.
Grand Double Games.
First game called at 205 p. M.
Second game to follow immediately.
ONE TICKET ADMITS TO BOTH.
ADMI8SION 50 CENTS.
In case of rain double came on Saturday.
Trains at 1:45, 2 and 3.-40 for double games
ESTATE OF CHARLOTTE FAULKNER,
deceased Notice is hereby given that let
ters testamentary on the estate of Charlotte
Faulkner, deceased, have been granted to the
undersigned, to whom all persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make immediate
payment, and those having claims or demands
agaiust the same will make them known with
out delay. OLIVE GEYER PATTERSON,
Executrix, 66 East Diamond street, Allegheny
City. Pa., or S. H. GEYER, Att'y at Law, 118
Diamond st,, Pittsburg, Pa. jyM-SO-i1
Josiah Cohen & Co, Attorneys at Law, 85 Dia
Estate of A. B. BiLlman, deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that letters testa
mentary on the estate of A. B. Blblman, de
ceased, late of Third ward, city of Pittsburg;
Allegheny county, Penns. 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 without delay to JOSEPH BIHLMAN,
9 Diamond St., Pittsburg, JOHN J. WAL
THER, 159 Lowrio stfAliegheny City, Execu
'MamDUplay-advertuementtom dollar psr
$quart for one insertion. Clcutffled advertite
menu on thlt page tuch at Wanted, Par Bale,
To Zet, etc., ien cents per line or each inter
Hon, and none taken for leet than fifty cenU.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following1 places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements -will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Adrertlsements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts wlthTnxDlS
THOMAS MCCArrBEY. S5u9 Butler street.
EMIL O. STUCKEY. Hth street and Penn are.
E. G. STUCKEY A CO., WyUeave. and Fulton it.
N. BTOK.ELY. Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. TV. WALLACE, sia Penn avenue.
UCALLISTEK & SHE111LER, Sth av. A Atwood it.
JACOB SPOHN. No. 2 Carson street.
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carson strest.
A. J. KAERCHEK, 69 Federal street.
U. i. McliKIDE. Federal and Ohio streets.
FKED H. EGGEltS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H, EOOEltS A SON, Ohio and Chestnut U.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENBY, Western and Irwin aves.
O. W. HUGHES. Pennsvlvanla and Beaver ares.
EKltY M. OLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny avei.
WANTEO-DBUGGIST REFERENCE RE
QUIRED. Address DRUGGIST, DUpateh
TTfTANTEU TEN FIRST-CLASS -BRICKLAY-V
ERSatonce. Apply to STEEL & HALL,
U Seventh are. au2-(9
WANTED A GOOD HARNESSMAKER:
steady work. Apply to J OS. SCHILLER &
CO.. J02 Fifth are. au2-tt
WAN rED-POLISHER AND NICKEL BUF
. FER. Applv to WALTER E. HAGUE,
virgin alley, near Wood st. au2-84
TTTANTEU-BARBERS AT THE ORIGINAL
V T anil old reliable barbers' supply house, 80
DIAMOND ST.. rittsburg. JyJS-21-Mwr
TCANTED A GOOD BARBER TO GOTO
y work on Monday. Apply to CHAS. LANG,
No. 80 Federal street. Allegheny. au2-47
TXANTED-A SHEET IRON WORKER. 1N
V QUIRE DE HAVEN A CO.. LIM.. cor.
Preble and Stanton ave., Allegheny. au2-6S
WANTED LABORERS TO WORK ON
water pipe lines. Apply to FOREMAN.
Boqnet street, near Oakland power house. au2-6t
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS MECHANICAL
draughtsman. Address, with reference,
BOX 1503, Philadelphia postofflce.
T7ANTED-AN EXPERIENCED BOOK
V KEEPER to take charee of set books. Ad
dress, with references. 8., Dispatch office.
WANTED-A COMPETENT DRUO CLERK;
a man of long experience; must speak
Herman; good references required. MORPHIA,
Dispatch office. aol-Sl
"TITANTED-A FIRST-CLASS BOOKKEEPER;
T state salary expected, experience and age;
none but the best need apply. Address M. w..
Dispatch office. au2-90
"TIJ-ANTED-EXFKRIENCED SALESMAN ON
TV commission to sell gents' woolen half hose
thronrhout Pennsylvania. Address SEAMLESS.
Herkimer, N. Y. an2-53
TV $2 SO per day; riveters, t2 25 per day: hold-ers-on,
fl TSper day. Apply to W. P. COWAN,
Whitings, Indiana. jyil-14
VTTANTED-TWO FIRST-CLASS INSTALL
YV MENT canvassers; no samples; must be A
1 men: salary. Apply to J. K. CUTTER, room 2,
No. 1033 Penn avenne. au2-52
WANTED 10 BRICKLAYERS. IMMEDI
ATELY; will pay M 50 per day for good
workmen. Apply corner Penn and Conrad sts.
KUUN DONNELLY. anl-27
WANTED MACHINIST-ONE WHO HAS
worked in country shops; none other need
apply: who can hear or a place at the BLA1RS
ViLLE (Pa.) FOUNDRY. aul-St
WANTED AT ONCE A FIRST-CLASS
bookkeeper for a few weeks; must be capa
ble in every respect. with satlsractory.credentlals.
Address F. N. D., Dispatch office. anl-O
WANTED A OENTLEMAN OF GOOD
address as solicitor among ths wholesale
and Jobbing trade of Plttsbnrg and vlelnitr. Ad
dress WHOLESALE, Dispatch office. au2-H
TrrATlSD- MEN EXPERIENCED ON
V brldga iron work: also riveters, blacksmith
and helpers. Callatofflce of PENNSYLVANIA
CONSTRUCTION CO.. Unlontown. Pa. lul-70
WANTED-EIGHT OARPENTEKS. APPLY
to office FRED SAUER. architect, third
story, cor. Sixth and Liberty St.. on Saturday
,eve.. Aug. 3, between 4 and C o'clock. B. F.
WANTED - FIRST-CLASS PBESCRUTION
glass blowers immediately: will pay 10 oer
cent more than union list: steady lob; fare paid to
Chicago. Telegraph CHICAGO GLASS MFO.
CO., Chicago. Jy27-33-D
TJ-ANTED-GOOD TINNEB OF STEADY
VV habits, and who understands general Job
lng. roofing and spouting, shop and heater work;
steady work for right man. Address, with terms,
MCKEAN ft HUttT, Mercer, Pa. au2-51
WANTED-AN HONEST. ACTIVE MAN TO
handle Plttsbnrg papers at Mingo Junction;
chance to establish a good route there for any
party who Is prompt and honest. Address, giving
references, BOX 182 Pittsburg P. O. au2-ll7
WANTED-A GOOD CUTTER FOR CUSTOM
work; must be a good tailor, steady and
sobey; apply In writing: state positions held,
where and fur what period. Address O., Dispatch
office. Steady place for a good man. Jy31-S
-rrjANTED-AGENTS AND MERCHANTS TO
YV buy White Enameled Letters, first-class
goods at V4 cent an upright inch; samples mailed
for 10c: directions for applying to windows free.
THE WHITE LETTER CO., P. O. Box 123, New
ark, N. J.
WANTED SALESMEN EVEBYWHEBE
for our Adjustable All-metal Door Plates;
(can sell and deliver at once) made of nickel, gold
or solid brome: new goods just out: profits large;
sales rapla: no bouse canvassing; write lor partic
ulars. N. Y. DOOR PLATE CO., Newark, N. J.
WANTED MAN-TO TAKE AGENCY OF
our safes; size 28x18x13 Inches: weight 500
lbs. : retail price t35; other sizes in proportion ; rare
chance to create permanent buslmess at home;
these safes meet demand never before supplied by
othersafe companies, as we are not governed by
the Safo Pool. ALPINE SAFE CO., Cincinnati. O.
WANTED AT ONCE - EXPERIENCED
arasenc and silk embroiderers. 11. HOLTZ
M AN & SONS. au2-6S
WANTED-GIBL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
WORK: family ot three; work light. Ad
dress IRWIN, Dispatch office. au2-91
XITANTED-OIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSB
YV WORK: family of four. Apply BOOM 64,
Eisner building, city, after 3 r. i. au2-89
TV in ladies', misses' and children's famish
ing goods. Apply at A. O. CAMPBELL ft SONS',
710 Pens avenue. au2-71
Male and I'cmale flclD.
-TTTANTED A LADY ELOCUTIONIST TO
TV study a leading part and accompany first
class dramatic company West; also a young, am
bitious stage manager. Address DRAMA, Dis
patch office. au2-48
WANTED-A MAN SERVANT FOR GEN
TLEMAN'S family, coachman, man to
drive and make himself useful, laborers, farm
hands, cooks, chambermaids, house girls, pantry
and kitchen girls, 4 dlnlug room girls, nurse girl,
seamstress. MEEHAN 'b. 545 Grant st. JyZMJ
WANTED - (25 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 tree; we mean Jnit what we say. Address at
once STANDARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston.
YTTANTED-TO INVEST M0 IN GOOD BU81
YY NEbS that will rurntsh employment; not
afraid to work. Address J. F. O., Dispatch of
-TTTANTED POSITION BY BOOKKEEPER
V and accountant of 25 years' experience:
conversant with tobacco, grain and grocenr busi
ness: best references. Address BOX 422, A I toon a.
JTTJANTED-SITUATION IN A WEALTHY
vYV family; no washing or Ironing, or will do
Fsiuiug or irvning in a jamii ui -or ; .aiic
chpnv or l!tthnr, rftrn,i, If rpfltllred- Ad-
dress for 8 days, AtAGGlK WALDBEN, Tyrone,
Booms. House. Etc
WANTED-TO BUY A GOOD HOUSE OF
about 10 rooms, with modern Improve
ments and largo lot, convenient to cars: for cash:
possession wanted soon; stale where situate and
owest price. Address CASH, Dispatch office.
-err ANTED-TO LOAN S500,OPO. IN AMOUNTS
YY of 3,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on Qi percent, free ortax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and 8 per cent. BLACK ft BAIRD,
95 Fourth avenue. se2l-d25-n
V V on city and suburban properties , Sand
C per cent, and on larms in Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 0 per cent. 1. M. PENNOCK ft
SON, 105 Fourth avenue. ap7-f41
WANTED-TO LOAN 1200,000 ON MORT
GAGES; tlOO and upward at 8 per cent;
KO,000at 4K per cent on residences or business
property: also In adjoining counties. S. H.
FRENCH, 125 Fourth arenas? oc31-eS4-D
, iFit WANTED.
tTTANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY PEOP
W EBTY. over HOW; 4M cer cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER A CO.. 2 Fourth avenue.
"TITANTED-WE CAN LOAN S300 TO a,C00
vY on mortgages, 4. S and 8 per cent. JAS.
W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
WANTED MORTGAGES ON . CITY OB
suburban property: money loaned In largo
or small amounts. . D. W1NGENROTH, 100
Fourth ave. Jy3i-a)-si,au2.4,7..ll
in large and small amounts st 4H.Sandt
per cent, free of State tax; no delay. REED B.
CO YLE & CO., 131 Fourth ave. my21-
WANTKD-CUSTOMEla FOR DIAMONDS,
gold and silver watches, marble clocks, sil
verware, etc, at 1 per week upward, at IS) Fed
eral St., Allegheny. J. MITbCH. JelS-Mwrsu
ANTED-LADIES TO KNOWHAUGH
Keenan renair. refinlah or nDholster old
furnltnre promptly ad in the best possible man
ner. W AND if WATER BT. 'Phone 1626. my9-82
WANTED TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one in the club at tl 00 per week. Address V. O.
BOX SOI, and I will call and snow you the watch.
WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER. 98 Firth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making line cabinets at tl SO per
dozen: photos deUvered when promised: Instan
taneous process. mhI33
WANTED-BARBERS TO KNOW THAT THE
secret ot our success is that we have the
most substantial and best upholstered chairs at
astonishingly low prices: the fact that our chairs
and other goods are found in ninety-nine out of
every hundred shops in this city and adjacent
towns is sufficient evidence of our claim. ROSS
W. BLACK. 80 Diamond St., Pittsburg: the orig
lnai Barbers' Supply House. Jt29-21-mwt
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
near Butler street, substantial 2-story brick
dwelling; 8 rooms and flnUhrd attic; lot 24x100 ft. ;
must be sold at oneo: a bargain: easy terms.
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., s5 Fourth are.
FOR SALE (3,800 LOMBARD STREET,
Eleventh ward, Pittsburg, two squares from
Firth Avenue Market, a brick dwelling off rooms,
bath, range, sliding doors and slate mantels: lot
21x120: liberal terms, by GEOROE SCHMIDT. 157
1 ourtn avenue. J J31-49
East End Residences.
FOR BALE-BEN VENUE PLACE, P. B. B.. A
new frame dwelling of 8 rooms; range, bath,
b. and c water. Inside w. c.: all modern conve
niences; (300 cash, balance f 10 per month. Call at
office and get fall particulars of this real bargain.
BLACK & BA1RD, S3 Fourth ave. 3-A Jy2S-42
FOR SALE A PRETTY. NEW QUEEN ANNE
bouse In the East End of 9 rooms, reception
hall, range, bath, laundrv, complete In ail re
spects: close to P. R. B.; elegant lot 50x100; paved
street and well sewered: tutoo down, balance on
time. BLACK AiBAlKD, Go Fourth ave.
TTOR SALE DESIRABLE EAST END RESI
JD DENCE: brick, new, late style, nine rooms,
well finished, besides laundrv, bathroom, pantry;
all latest conveniences; lot 40x121 feet: near steam
and cable ears; location very desirable: price low;
terms moderate. W. A. IIERRON SONS, 80
Fourth avenue. Jy23-61-:9-au2,S,9,13
TTIOR SALE IN COLTABT SQUARE, OAK
X7 LAND, desirable new houses of latest style
of architecture. 9 rooms, elegantly furnished,
complete in all its appointments; near cable line;
complete sewerage, street Improvements msde.
For plans and Information see W. A. HEREON
& SONS, or U. K. BEAM, on the premises.
F)R SALE PARTIES LOOKING FOR
houses 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 sixty
days; asphalt pavements natural and artificial
gas. a beautiful park planted with shade trees,
and convenience to the city, being but 20 minutes
by Pittsburg Traction road, are among the ad
vantages. Prices. t6,500andS, 700, on easy Unas.
Apply to C. H. CHANCE, on the premises.
IOR SALE-NORTH AVENUE, ALLEGHE-
A iii iumcui,c. tucap . euiu uuivai av iuvuis,
corner lot. W. A. HERRON & faONS. 80 Fourth
OR SALE-AT fT.OOO IF SOLD QUICK-ON
Lacock. near Sanduskr St.. lot 22xlCO with
two dwelllnrs: will nav over e ucr centnet: a good
Investment and comfortable home. W. A. IIER
RON & SONS, 90 Fourth ave. auJ-ei-Tur
FOR SALE-MANHATTAN ST.. NEAR RE
BECCA St., Allegheny, a good 2-story frame
of 4 rooms; Inside w. c., natural gas, city water,
etc.: nice yard, front and back, good neighbor
hood: only 12, poo; easy terms; this is a bargain.
BLACK & BAXRD, 95 Fourth ave. 2-B-122.
FOB SALE-AT CRAFTON, CnEAP. 14 ACRES
of well-lying ground, with dwelling of six
rooms: terms can be made very easy; will sell In 2
pans li aesirea. n. jl. iijutun a suns.
TpOR SALE AT WILKINSBURG NEW
LJD frame dwelling. 7 rooms and 2 attic rooms.
Marge reception ball, pantry and bath room, with
au moaern lmprovemcuTs; ou rransun street, a
minutes from station: a rare bargain ir sold soon.
Inquire ou premises of J. B. ANDERSON.
FOB PALE AVALON STATION. P., F. W. ft
C. By., a good 8-room frame dwelling, ele
gantly inrnished turoughout: slate mantels, etc :
natural gas; 5f acre of ground covered with fruit
and shade trees: most beautiful view on the Ohio
river; LOGO down, halanco long time. BLACK
ft BAIRD. 05 Fourth ave. aul-98-D
FOB SALE-ON BBYANTAVE., BELLEVUE.
frame house 6 rooms, halls, pantry, back and
front porches, inside shutters on front, cellar
cemented, sewered to street; water on first and
second floors; lot 67Mxl40 ft.: a good property for
&100, one-half cash, balance on easy terms. A.
WILSON, 55 Federal SL. Allegheny, aul-96
FOB SALE-A BEAUTIFUL HOUSE AND
grounds on Hue of railroad near the cltv,
about 2 acres In the plot covered with fruit, shade
and ornamental trees and shrnbbery: copious
flow of pare, living water, the atmosphere lm-
Sregnatcd with ozone and other health-glvlug In
uences; an excellent dwelling of 8 rooms,
porches front and rear; fine observatory, natural
gas, carriage house and outbuildings, etc, etc.:
only 3 minutes' walk from R. K. station. Terms,
etc., from JAS. W. DBAPE ft CO., 120 Fourth
avenue. Pittsburg. au2-73-p
FOB. SALE LOTS.
FOB SALE PROPERTY ADJOINING THAT
of A. O. Harriet to the highest bidder, at pub
lic sale. Saturday, August 3, at 2 P.M., on the prem
ises, on Webster ave.. Thirteenth ward, lis feet
fronting on Webster avenue and running baek
about 60 feet to old Coal lane. This property Is
handy to the new Wvlle ave. electric cars. Par
ticulars from a. j. Pentecost, 413 Gram st.
Jy2S-27-25. 27,23, 31-au2
East End Lata.
F)RALE-3 WILL BUY A CHOICE LOT
In Villa Park plan on terms to suit purchasers;
send for colored plan Just Issued. JOHN F. BAX
TER, Agent, Ul bmltbfield st, an2-6S
FOR SALE-CHEAP-AS A WIIOLE-28 DE
SIRABLE building lots fronting Euclid art.
and Beatty St., near Hllaud are.. In the midst of
the Nineteenth ward. AV. A. HLRRON ft SONS,
SO Fourth avenue. au2-H-TuF
FOB 8ALE-S60 PER FOOT-SHADYSIDE;
Walllnglord, near Neville t.: 90x181 feet:
most desirable building site In E. E. ; Walllngford
street is now being graded; propertv will enhance
rapidly. SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth
T7IOB SALE-A. 2-ACBE LOT IN THE EAST
i? END at executor's sale to settle up an estate.
situate on MunfoTd avenue: second lot east from
Brushton station ;a beautiful piece of ground, quite
level and eminently adapted for laying out in lots;
will be sold at public sale by order of executor ou
Friday, August 9. at 3 o'clock on the premises;
Eeremntory sale. Terms, etc, from JAS. W.
iK ATE ft CO.. Agents and Auctioneers, 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. aul-83-D
FOR SALE-LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues and Lombard street. Allegheny, in
theTenth and Twetfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH McNAUUHEB, 43 N. Diamond St.
FOB SALE-EAST JEANNETTE SPECIALTY
Glass Co. plan a few good lots, 40x100: free
f;as; stores needed; 25 bouses building: several
arge factories coming In. 314 HAMILTON
FOB SALE-BEAUTIFUL BUILDING 8ITE
at Edgewood, P. R. R., 100x200 feet: level and
wlthlu 3 minutes' walk from station; reasonable
price and easy terms. BLACK ft BAIRD. 85
Fourth ave. 3-A. JySMI-D
FOBSALE FARM10U ACRES: FINEST DAIRY
Pisco in this part of Pennsylvania: advanced
age of owner reason forselllng. ED. W1TT1S11,
410 Grant St., Pittsburg, Pa, JT31-D
FOB SALE-FABMS. FABJIS, FABMS-70
acres with good honse, 6 rooms, barn, etc., 1
mile from Rochester, SI, U)0; will take house in or
near Pittsburg in part pay; also 225 acres, 9 room
house, large orchard, 6 miles rrom Beaver Falls,
for 1 10,000: will exchange or sell ou easypavments.
Bend for farm and exchange list, N. F. HURST.
Rochester. Pa., lock box 49. Twenty acrrs.5 room
house farm and orchard for tl, 600: SOOdown. 8150
a year. an2-56-EOD
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOB BALE A FIRST-CLASS BARBER SHOP
very reasonable. Call at the leading barber
supply house. A.EDLUft CO., 502, 504, SOS Lib
erty St., city. au2-62
FOR BALE-A HALF INTEREST IN A WELL
established wholesale grocery firm In the city
on one ot the leading thoroughfares and doing a
safe and profitable business of abont f 150, 000 an
nually: satisfactory reasons for selling; this Is a
rare opening; a good man of experience and mod
erate capital can make money rapidly. Knll par
ticulars confidentially from JAS. W. DRAPE ft
CO., Agents, 129 Fomth avenue, Pittsburg,
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-A FIBST-CLASS BABBEB SHOP
In city doing a good business; good reason for
selling. Address S. K., Dlspstch office. an2-59
OR SALE-HALF INTEREST1 IN A GOOD
drugstore: good location; southside, Pitts
burg. Pa. Address B. P. P., Dispatch office,
FOB SALE A NICE LARGE GROCERY
store, doing good business: will sell In a
lump at invoice: reason for aclllng old ae and
bad health. Address 411 LARIMER AVE., East
OR SALE-DRUGSTOBE-ONE OF THE
largest and best paying drugstores in Alle
gheny City: this is a rare opportunity to get into
a good paying business: price. 113,000, half cash:
only tboso meaning business need apply. Inquire
of a. C. ROBERTSON, oflleo. A. Kelly ft Co.. or
A. S. BENDER, ofL. H. Harris Drug Company,
Plttsbnrg. Pa. Jyil-Os-wrsu
TTIOlt SALK-"lRON ON THE JUMP; BKILL
X? 1ANT prospects for trade," so every one
says: do you heed "the signs of the tltnesr' 100
grocery, drygoods,chlna and notion stores; finest,
largest and most profitable bakery. Ice cream and
confectionery basinets in the two cities: feed
store cigar stores, milk depots: confectioneries,
all sizes and prices: fine restaurantand dining
rooms, printing office, livery stable, shoe stores
bakeries, extensive bottling works. Freepartlcu
lars. BIIEPABDftCO..S4Finnave. iy27
FOR SALE-M1SCELLANEO US.
norses. Vehicle. Live Stock, etc
TTIOB SALE-A FINE FBESH ALDEBNEY,
JD with heifer calf, by a party moving away.
Address or call at 6928 WALN UT ST., East End.
OR SALE-LIVERY STOCK ANDF1XTURES.
in first-class condition and In good place for
ltrerv business: owner wants to quit the business.
51. OC113ENH1RT. Bennett, Pa. Jyao-61-TrT
FOBSALE-ONETEAM LARGE MULES AND
one targe wagon suitable for heavy hauling.
or price and particulars Inquire of ARM
STRONG, BBO. ft CO., Twenty-fourth and R. li.
OR SALE-CHEAP HORSE, BUGGY AND
harness, all In good shape: the horse would
answer for ail purposes, especially for family ue.
Address GOVERNMENT STABLES, Dispatch
office. an 1-81
machinery nnrt Metals.
FOR BALE-2SX48 CORLISS ENGINE: ONLY
run a year: can be 6ccn In operation; price
on application; Worthlngton pumps, automatic
and plain tilde valve engines, boilers, pipe and
fittings. J. A. MCCORMICK, ISO First ave.
OR SALE SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boUers; aU sizes and styles kept In stock, from
4 to 100 h. p. ; all refitted: good as new, at lowest
prices; mounted portable engines, S to 23 tup.
&25Parkway. J. 8. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa.
OR SALE HOISTING ENGINES, NEW
and second hand: wire and maulla rope, der
rick and fittings, hoisting tubs and cars, clay and
ore pans, engines, boilers and machinery.
THOMAS CARL1N 'a SONS, Lacock and Sindnsky
sts.. Allegheny. Jy23-aiwr
FOB SALE BAB FIXTUBES NOW IN HOTEL
Duqnesne. on account of our replacing same
with new outfit. Inquire BBUN8W1CK BALKE
COLLENDER CO. MGK., 117 Fifth ave. aa2-67
XTOR SALE RIVER STEAMBOAT STERN
X? wheel, 185 feet by 42 beam :4 feet draught; 6U
tons: S00 passengers: built in '84; newly refitted
and painted: for part cash and timber land. G.
DUHYEE, 183 Broadway, New York. aof-77
ERSONAL BOOKS! BOOKS 1 BOOKS I
New and old. ancient and modern, standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30,003 vol-
umns to select from. LEVI'S BOOK bTORE,
900 Liberty st. my3-23
PERSONAL WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIFE,
mother or daughters in repairing and clean
ing your old clothes, when it can be done for a
trifle by DICKSON, the TaUor. cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood St., second floorr Charges moderate:
facilities unsurpassed: salts madeto order; spring
styles now readr. lelepnone 1558. mhs
EBsONAL-SAY, HABBY: THAT NEW
suit is Immense, but your shoulders look as
though you had gone through a snow storm from
that dandruff falling from your head. Why don't
you get your barber to give you a shampoo with
BOSS . BLACK'S Keystone Snow Flake Egg
Shampoo Cream, and I'll guarantee you wUl never
be troubled with dandruff any more.
T OST-ON WEDNESDAY. A DIABY AND
JLi pocketbook on Grantst., between Fifth ave.
and Fourth and Birmingham. Finder will please
addressSO GBANTbT. an2-3S
OST-TWO NOTES DATED SIAY 2a 1889,
payable to the order of I 11. Silverman have
been lost; all persons are warned not to purchase
such notes, as payment on same has been stopped.
P. 3. an2-s3
LOST-SUNDAY AFTERNOON, NEAR DAL
LAS Station, P. It. R., a black and white
setter dog: a liberal reward will be paid If re
turned to H. 1L WESTINGHOUSE, Edgewood,
T OST-ON WEDNESDAY". JULY 2 ON THE
JLj e o'clock r. M. Walls express, an overcoit
and umbrella. A reward of tinwlll be given ror
the return of same to PITTSBURG CLUB, No. 525
Penn ave. anl-90
OST-ATORNEARTHE STAMP WINDOW
in the postonice. a pocketbook containing a
sum of money and private papers. Finder will
be liberally rewarded by leaving same at the office
of the Monongahela Honse. O. B. 8. an2-82
OTATEMENT OF CONDITION OF PEO
O PLUS SAVINGS BANK OF PITTS
BURG on the SCth day of July, 1S89, published
by order of the Board of Trustees, in accord
ance with section 9 of charter:
Cash ........... .........3 13,323 07
Expenses and office furniture 7.721 63
Banking house 80,001) 00
Real estate 108,327 60
25,000 Waverly Coal and Coke Co.,
0 nor cent 23,000 00
85,000 City of Pittsuurj; funded debt
improvement, S ter cent 5.0U0 00
500 R. R. compromise boro Mc-
Kcesport, 6 per cent 500 00
8L50O Elizabeth borough, 4 per
cent.. ....... ...... ....... 1.500 00
$25,000 Allegheny county riot, 4 and
5 per cent 25,570 00
Sll.OOO Moorheadsnb-ecbool district,
4K per cent 11,000 00
$15,500 Moorhead sab-school district,
4 per cent 15,600 00
2500 St. Clair sub-school district, 6
per cent 725 00
$500 Springfield sub-school district,
6 nor cent 547 GO
4,000 Mt. Washington sub-school
district,! per cent 4,000 00
$6,300 Btowe township school dis
trict. 5 and oK per cent 6,600 00
$1,440 58 certificate of indebtedness
Derryboro, 6 percent ... 1,410 58
35.200 IndiinaNormal School bonds,
6 per cent 85,200 00
58,000 school district of Parker, 6 per
cent 8,300 00
35,946 62 certificates of Indebted
ness borough of 'McKeesport, 6
per cent 35,916 62
$23,000 Pittsburg Car and Wheel
Works 23,000 00
Mortgages. Judgment bonds and
other valid securities 1,857,262 94
People's Savings Bank of Pittsburg 9,509 60
Safe Deposit Company of Pittsburg 25,000 00
National banks in Pittsburg 38,155 25
Capital stock $ 300,000 00
Contingent account 105,000 00
Premiums and interest 23,574 89
Dividends unpaid 2.492 00
Deposit account ,858,151 80
State of Pennsylvania, county of Allegheny,
Before me. a Notary Public in and for said
county, personally came N. G. von Bonnhorst.
Secretary and Treasurer of the People's Sav
ings Bank of Pittsburg, who, being duly sworn
according to law, deposes and says that the
above is a just and trno statement of the con
dition of said bank on the 30th day of July,
A. D. 1889, as. he verily believes.
N. G. VON BONNHORST.
Witness my hand and notarial seal, at Pitts
burg, this 31st day of July. A, D. 1889.
anJ82 W. F. HOWE. Notary Public.
-VTOT1CE TO DEPOSITORS OF AaERI
LM CAN Bank Tho first dividend due de
positors in the American Bank Js now payable
unonapplicatlon at the office of Marshalls it
Imbrie. No. 117 Diamond St., Pittsburg.
jy31-56 THOS. H. GIVEN. Receiver.
IVIDEND NO. 2 THE BOARD OF DI
RECTORS of the Westinghouse Machine
Company have this day declared a dividend of
THREE (3) PER CENTUM on the preferred
and common capital stock of the company, pay
able on August 20, next, to stockholders of rec
ord this date. Transfer nooks will remain closed
nntll the day succeeding that fixed for the pay
ment of the dividend. Checks will be sent to
stockholders through the mails.
RALPH BAGALEY, Treasurer.
Prr-rSBUBO. Pa.. Jnly 30. 1889. Jv31-20
12SX THIRD AVE., UPSTAIRa
Gents' shoes soled and heeled In 15 minutes
for 75 cents.
Finest work fa the city. myZHl-wr
91 AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE,
. Plttsbnrg. Pa. ap30-74-n
1 E. L1NKENHELMER,
645 Smithfield street, Pittsburg, Pa, Frelheltt
Frennd Building, recond floor, mh21-80-MWF
TO LET-N0.193 FULTON STALLEQnENY
briek dwelling, hall and 7 rooms; oak-gralned
., .. -.- - . .m. .... . ITnlnn linn
HIIOUSUUUW II3UI IUU nti .K- . "- . ..----""-
cars pass the property; po.seslon Immediately.
J. M. STON EB. 22 Bakewell buUdlng. Jy31-a
oners. Desk Boom. fcc
rrib LET-WELL LIGHTED OFFICE. NF.WLTT
JL painted: elevator, Janitor service and al
modern conveniences. Aptily to GER31AN1A
SAVINGS BANK, 423 Wood street.
O LET-FESN BUILDING. PENN AVE..
nMrNT.nthiL. nffim alnrle or en suite.
In this elegant 8-story building: 2 Crane elevators,
beat and Janitor services; rents exceptionally
low; floor plans at our ofilee: we have also de
sirable offices In other good buildings. SAMUEL
W. BLACK & CO.. Fourth ave. Je25-22-D
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING, 75. 77 and 79 Diamond street, two of the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be fonnd in the
city; rent, S200and SX0 per annum. Including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam beating.
Apply between 10 A. M. and 1 r. ., or between
2 and 4 P. X. JV23-67
OCTION 8ALE-OF THE COMPLETE;
f urnishment of a home in the East End,
removed to our rooms. No. 311 Market street;
for convenience of sale, FRIDAY MORNING.
Angust 2, at 10 o'clock. Fine French tapestry
parlor suit, square grand Chickerlng piano
forte, steel engravings, rugs, elegant body
brnsscls and ingrain carpets, mirrors, orna
ment, cabinets, odd pieces parlor furniture,
oak, walnut and cherry chamber suits, ward
robes, folding bed. dressers, wasbstands. bed
steads, h. c bed lounge, fine bookcase, hatrack,
dining chairs, extension table, sideboard buffet,
secretary desk, mattresses, bedding, toilet ware,
dishes, linoleum, laundry and kitchen goods,
etc, etc.; also combination safe, lamps, stores,
refrigerators, notions, tables, chairs, rockers,
bracket!., screens, etc. HENRY AUCTION
CO., LIM.. Auctioneers. aul-I
ADJOURNED AUCTION SALE ON THE
premises, WEDNESDAY. August tho
7th, at 2 o'clock P. M.: lot 200x125 with improve
ments, situated between the W. P. R. R. and
P. fc W. R. R.. opposite new Thirtieth street
bridge, with sidings from both railroads; there
is a large and substantially built planing mill
on the property, suitable for any kind of light
mannfacturine: business: a two-story brick
warehouse, office building, stable, etc.; also a
full line of shafting, beltingand latest Improved
hangers; will be sold with or without ma
chinery. JOHN J. HOWLEY, Real Estate
Aient. 127 Fourth ave. auL74-D
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL EE RE
CEIVED at the office of City Controller un
til SATURDAY, tho 3d day of August, A. D
18&9, at 2 P. if., for the construction of an iron
bridge on Wilmot street, Fourteenth ward.
Also, for the construction of a wooden stair
way from Fortieth street to Neville street.
Plans and specifications can bo seen at this
office. Bonds in the sum of $20,000 for bridge
and $1,000 for stairway must accompany each
Eroposal, probated before tbe.Mayor or City
The Department of Awards reserves tho
right to reject any or aU bids.
jy29-28 Chief of Dep't of Public Works.
TO CONTRACTORS. ,
Sealed proposals will be received by the bor
ongh of Braddock up to
SATURDAY, AUGUST 10. 1889,
at 12 o'clock, noon, tor tho furnishing and lay
ing of about 7,000 leet of 21-inch, and about
3,500 feet of 18-inch sewer pipe, to be laid on
Second, Fourth, Fifth. Sixth, Seventh. Elev
enth and Thirteenth streets; the bids to be for
each street separately.
Plans and specifications can be seen at the
Town Hall, Braddock, Pa., on and after August
3. The borough of Braddock reserves tne right
to reject any and all bids.
H. C. SHALLENBERGER,
MISS MARY MAC DONALD. FORMER
principal of Miss Fuller's school, will
open a school for girls in Allegheny October 1,
TWO CHOICE SCHOOLS.
BKOOKKHALU for girls and young ladies.
SHORTLIDGE MEDIA ACADEMY, for boys and
young men. St 1THIN C. SHORTLIDGE, A. M.
(Harvard Graduate, Media, Pa. (near Philadel
T ONG VIEW, BROOKVn.T.K, PA.,
A Church School for Girls, will roopen SEP
TEMBER 11. 1SS9. For catalogue apply to
Rev. JOHN G. MULHOLLAND. LL.D,
OLY GHOST COLLEGE
Complete preparatory, commercial and
collegiate departments, .reopens WEDNES
DAY. 8EPTEMBER4; new students examined
Monday, September 2. Apply to Rev. JOHN
T. MURPHY, C. S. Bp President. jyl7-2S
CHELTENHAM ACADEMY. OGONTZ,
j Pa. Unexcelled location and surround
ings. Now school equipment. Gymnasium,
military drill, etc Thorough preparation for
collcgo or scientific school. For circular, etc,
address JNO. 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. S A. M., Supt; BELDEN F.
HYATT. Comd'tof Cadets. JelO-lI
KEBLE SCHOOL. 8YRACUSE.N. i.
Boarding School for Girls. Under the sn
pervisiou of tho Rt. Rev. F. D. Huntington, 8.
T. D. The nineteenth school year begins
Wednesday, September 11, 18S9. References
Rt, Rev. H.C. Potter. D.DN.Y. Rev. Wm. B
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.
West Penn Railroad, only 7 miles from Allen
gbeny depot, adjoining SHARPSBURO.
The "Aspinwail Land Company" have subdi
vlded a part of the beautiful suburban property
known as the
Into lots of 25 feet. 50 feet and 100 feet frontage,
or by the acre, and are offering them for sale at
prices that will snlt the most conservative.
Terms very easy, title guaranteed by the "Fidel
ity Title and Trust Company," of Plttsburc
Special inducements to early purchasers. There)
is a representative always on the premises who
will show the property. Take a train to Aspin.
wall station, which is directly on the premises,
or call on the agents, r
W. A. HERRON 4 SONS.
80 Fourth ave.. city.
Who will give yon plans of the lots, with full
information and prices.
WOOD MANTELS,. CEILINGS
Manufacturers and Importers of Fine Furni
ture, Curtains and Ornaments.
Designs and estimates submitted for complet
TRYMBY. HUNT A CO..
1219 and 12Z1 Market St.
Notice To Navigators.
Dnring the reconstruction of the channel
span of the Ohio river bridge at Stenbenville,
Ohio, which is now in progress, parties navi
gating the Ohio river will be required to pass
through the span next west of the channel span,
which has been dredged so as to afford a good
navigable water. White lights wiU be dis
played indicating the obstructed channel span,
and red lights will be displayed indicating tho
channel to be used.
M. J. BECKER,
Chief Engineer P., C. fc Si. L. Ry. Co.
" A FTER TWO TRIALS."
FRED BEILSTETN, 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 tame.
Mr. Bellstein can be seen at the Allegheny
market, where he has a hatcher's stana.
DR.BURGOON treats all curable diseases.
Over 300 testimonials ot your neighbors cured
at his office, 47 Ohio st, Allegheny, Pa. '
Consultation free. jyl2
,ucan a white;
71 Diamond street.
Second door above Smithfield. J
Formerly ot the Hotel Albemarle Barbej
p, now at -, ,
Penn ave., near Sixth st. an2-70
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