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THEITTSBlTRG'-f DISPATCH, " MOKDAT.
,r. J. W. McKay Shows How na
tional Politics Are Deteriorating.
MDST BE TAKEN LIKE WHISKY.
BeT. C. . Locke Says Sabbath Desecrators
JUSTICE AND EQUITY FOE LABOK
Bey. J. "W. McKay, pastor of llie Shady
Avenue Church, preached last evening in
"Wilson's Hall, East Liberty. His subject
was, "Wanted An American Party for
Americans." In his discourse the reverend
"Life's view points are determination
Thev rive form and color to our horizon. If
from the mount of optimism, if from the val
ley of pessimism, if from the plains of Hedon
ism, happiness is the most supreme politi
cal good. For 20 years we have not had a
party abreast of the times. The civil war put
the oallot in the hands of the black: man,
and left him work out his salvation with
fear and trembling.
"At least the last 15 or 20 Eepnblican
platforms have contained this statement:
'We demand a free ballot and a fair count.'
The party making the demand is the party
in power. It either did not care to have
this free ballot, or else it was incompetent
to secure it. General Grant's "Let ns have
peace' can never be predicated on ignorance.
Had the Republican party done its duty by
its wards the colored man the Southern
people would have regarded his rights, and
would in turn have educated him in con
sonance with their views.
"The Northern people have high and low
tariff principles. The Southerners want
free trade. One thing we have to learn is,
the powers across the water are unfriendly
to our manufacturing interests. There was
a time when England furnished us with
bullets, now she proffers ballots. In this
country the saloon controls the politics.
England will soon control the saloons.
'Therefore the politics will be English, and
NOT QUITE rEBFECT.
"America is the best embodiment of
creative thought in the universe; but it is
neither perfect in kind nor degree. This
country is constructed on a gigantic scale.
Its immensity is very great, but its federa
tion of heart and brain is unsurpassed."
In closing the speaker said: "I want a
party pre-eminently American. A party
that believes in the brotherhood of man
from a practical standpoint, that will en
deavor to add to the sum of human happi
ness. A party of large heart and boundless
generosity. Politics like whisky must be
taken straight in very small quantities."
JUSTICE AND EQUITY.
Their Different Lam Applied to the Mod
ern Labor Question A Subject Tor a
"Justice and equity constitute the only
basis for a permanent settlement of tabor
troubles." This was the subject on which
the Kev. William Robertson based his dis
course yesterday afternoon to a congregation
at the Grand Army Hall, on West Diamond
street, Allegheny. By way of introducing
his remarks Mr. Robertson recited the para
ble of the two builders, the one of whom
built bis house on the sand and the other on
"If anything is to be a success," he said,
"it requires first of all a good foundation.
If you build a house, no matter how elegant,
pleasing and commodious the superstructure
is, if the foundation is no good the house
U1 sooner or later fall and crumble to
pieces. The same rule applies o the indus
trial relationship of mankind to-day. Capi
tal and labor can never be friendly, never
Lie on a firm footing of success unless they
form a firm basis on which they both can
stand. The only foundation in this case is
justice and equity to one as well as the
other. While I will give you my opinion
on this subject, I will point out to you Wo
positions: What is justice or equity, and
how should it be applied? To do a just
thing you do a right thing. Justice is due
to everybody. Justice is enacted by law
and there is a certain amount of justice
even due to the animal. I read a text from
Scripture to you a few minutes ago from
the epistle ot St Paul to the
Collossians, where he says: 'Master, give
justice to your servants.' Now in that
vere servants are understood to be slaves.
But the Apostle also said: 'Give equity to
your servants.' Now, that is something
quite different. Justice is due to man ac
cording to the laws of the land, but equity
is'something due to a man according to the
laws of equity, or the laws of nature. The
laws of nature demand that a man obtain
the benefits of the earth. This was told him
by the Lord Himself immediately after he
had been created. But how can a man en
joy the benefits of the earth if he has not
the means of doing so. If you buy a piece
of property you also must have a right of
way to it, or else the property will not be of
any gooa to you, Because you cannot get
"Now, according to the laws of justice an
employer has to pay a wage-earner a certain
amount of money for his labor. That is
justice. But the man is not legally entitled
to any work, although the law ot equity
says that he has been put in this world to
enjoy it, to reap benefit from it. He cannot
do it, howeverif he is not put in the way of
getting the means, in other words, if he has
no work; and I assert that there are a num
ber of people starving to-day, who do not
have any work and cannot get it Still, ac
cording to the laws of nature they ought to
have it, because they are entitled to it.
"The general cause of the labor troubles
to-day is the question of wages. The em
ployer asks for a rednction and the employe
for an advance. The master thinks he is
paying too much and the employe thinks he
is getting too little. The employer says,
why just compare the wages ot to-dav with,
what they were years ago! My friends, that
has nothing to do with it Things have
changed; we are progressing; our demands
have grown larger, the work is different,and
must have better wages. I say that it right.
In most cases the laborer is getting too little
and his demand for an advance is generally
"In the Declaration of Independence it
says that men in this country shall be
equal, but do all ofus get it? No! Well,
then it is necessary for us to adopt such
measures, which put us on a footing of
equality. How can it be done? Well, my
hearers, that is not for me to say, but for
you to find out. The laboring man, who
now suffers under a misapplication of the
laws of equity, in tact who does not derive
any .benehts from it at all, ought to study
this' matter well over until hp has found a
solution to the problem. It is the only way
in which capital and labor can ever come to
a point of harmony, and it will be the only
basis ou which their relationship can firmly
' A NEW EPISCOPAL CHUECH.
The West End to Branch Oat Nicely In
The people of the West End are moving
to organize an Episcopal Church. For sev
eral weeks the Pittsburg Episcopal clergy
have interested themselves in the organiza
tion, and have visited everySunday to help
gather a congregation, which has now grown
to a membership of 60. These will take
steps to secure a pastor and a church.
The present congregation has the freedom
of the West End TJ. I Church on Main
itfcet. Yesterday afternoon Eev. W. N.
Webbe, of St. John's Eplscofaal Church,
Lawrenceville, preached an interesting ser
mon to a very large audience. The Bishop
will be present next Sunday.
That Is the Term Kev. C. E. Locko Applies
to Those Who Seek Only Their Own
Pleasures on Sunday.
"Old Brimstone Corner" maintains its
reputation for "Hallelujahs." They seem
to have an ironclad mortgage on exuberance
of worship. Ebulition of feeling was its
dominant feature in the feast, and polished
and fervid eloquence the leading feature of
the pulpit The Bev. C"E. Locke, in its
pulpit last night, entertainingly finished his
series of sermons on Sabbath desecration.
The preacher announced his text ijro'u the
tweutieth chapter of Exodus, tenth verse,
"Bemcmber the Sabbath day to keep it
holy." He said:
The Sabbath breaker Is a spiritual anarchist.
He is an anarchist against nature;
the physical body calls for rest and
not for exciting amusement. Look back
to the year 1812. Horse-racing, gambltng.cock
flgbttng, dancing and drinking were in fall
sway. No attention was paid to the observ
ance of the Sabbath day. General Lafayette
was given a public reception when he came to
America on the Sabbath day. Such a lethar
gic state was that of the Christian people at
that time that when Bishop Mead went to or
dain a young man at Willlamsport in 1811 only
15 persons were present, mostly relatives;
yet the saloons were in full blast.
So depraved had the morals become that Ly
man Beecher orcanized a movement in
1812 to reform the morals of the people, a
movement which has come on down to the
present time. Are wo going to take a retro
grade step? Are we going back Into barbaric
times? Is the American Republic going to
jeopardise itself by pandering to the base
craving of demoralized nature, to admit all
kinds of Sabbath desecration? It cannot, it
must not, and It will not be allowed.
I appeal in the name of Christopher Colum
bus, who, in the attitude of prayer, gave this
land to God,in the name of the Puritan fathers
who fled to this land, as an asylum to worship
God according to the dictates of their own con
sciences; in the name of the Declaration of In
dependence, which says every man shall wor
ship God as he sees fit; in the name of George
Whitfield, who with mighty power thundered
against sin and crime: in the name of Francis
Asbnry, who waded through opposition, and
the powers cf darkness to lay the foundation
of our own dearly loved church; in the name of
the divine Lamb of God. who, from the super
nal glories of heaven, from the adoration of
worshiping hosts, and from the throne and
scepver of authority, came to redeem us, to
keep the Sabbath day holy.
If a. willful and constant law breaker is an
anarchist against the State, a constant Sab
bath breaker is an anarchist In the spiritual
realm. To break this day will vitiate morals,
destroy Christianity, close the churches, cor
rupt th" social world, and gnaw and sap at the
foundation of our country until she shall have
fallen and become an absolute wreck.
I am not a pessimist; but I see before me, in
a few years, a ruined country, if this Sabbath
day is not more strictly adhered to. Yonder,
there in heaven, are myriads ot Sabbath-day
keepers, but no breakers.
lie-Elected Their Pastor.
The annual meeting of the congregation
of the Evangelical Protestant Baum's
Church in Bloomfield, took place yesterday,
and the Bev. Charles Weil, who has been
pastor of the church for nine years, was re
elected by acclamation. A teacher of the
Parochial School, Oscar Schultz, of Mc
Keesport, was elected.
THE CAPTAIN ABSENT, BUT 0. K.
His Mother la Still Expecting Him Home at
Mrs. John Awl, mother of the absent
cashier and Captain, was seen last night as
to Captain W. F. Awl's absence. She said
he had not returned, but everything was
right A number of the Captain's friends
saw the Treasurer of the Lake Erie road on
Saturday, and offered to reimburse the com
pany if any shortage of accounts was discov
ered. The Treasurer assured the delegation,
however, that there was not a shortage; nor
were the Captain's accounts as cashier any
further from balancing, without the finish
ing touches and final entries that he alone
could make, than any cashier's book at the
end of a month. Even -if this difference
were a shortage, which it is not, one month's
salary would equalize it.
PRACTICALLY. A NEW INCLINE.
Some Noteworthy Improvements on the
The Duquesne Incline Company is ex
pending J15.000 in improvements. The old
wooden trestle at the upper part of the plane
has been removed and 400 feet of structural
iron' put in its place. The inclination of
the upper part of the plane was changed at
the same time from 30 20' to 31 30'.
New boilers will be put into the engine
room, the depots are being refitted and al
tered inside, new cables will be pnt on, and
two new cars will replace those now in use.
Boad Superintendent Benton says the im
provements will be completed by August 25.
OLD PILOT JIM ATTACKED.
An Andnclons Young Bully Plays the Role of
A young man yesterday afternoon at
tacked "Old Pilot Jim," who does a little
work now and then at Coulter's boathouse
at the foot of Greenwood stree't, Allegheny.
The old man was standing on the bank
when he was impertinently addressed. "Old
Pilot Jim" resented the remarks, and re
ceived in return a severe drubbing at the
young man's hands, having two teeth
knocked out and an ugly cut on the cheek.
A description of the yonng assailant was
given to the police for investigation.
TflE HEATENS FROM THE JAIL.
Astronomer Brasbear Talks to Prisoners
and a Lady Sines.
Astronomer John A. Brasbear delivered
a short lecture on astronomy to the jail pris
oners yesterday afternoon, which interested
them greatly. James It. Beed and a choir
of good singers assisted in the services. By
request of one of the prisoners, Mrs. John
Graff, of Allegheny, sang as a solo the selec
tion, "Just as I am."
Their Res-rets Presented In Person.
Fifteen unfortunates made their excuses
yesterday morning to Police Magistrate
Brokaw at his court in tne Twenty-eighth
ward station, for petty indiscretions com
mitted Saturday night. Eight were charged
with disorderly conduct and seven with
For the Gerainn-Auslrlnn Picnic
The German-Austrian Beneficial Asso
ciation held their regular meeting in A. P.
A. Hall, on Liberty street, yesterday after
noon, aud completed arrangements for their
annual picnic at Steeb's Grove on August 15.
join in prescribing and
uaucnein xrewing uo. s
pure unadulterated beer toJheir patients and
the public Pnt up especially for family
use in quarts or pints, and delivered direct
to residences in all parts,of both cities.
Call up telephone 1018, Bennetts, Pa.
89. Excursion to Chicago. S9.
On Thursday August 8, the Pittsburg
and Western Railway will sell round trip
tickets to Chicago, limit ten days, for $9.
Tickets good going on Chicago express
leaving Allegheny at 12:40 p. jr.,- Central
time. . d
One Pair Lots to 60 Pairs The Bargain
To-day. Prices dropped away down 600
pairs ?2 to fa a pair lor your choice. Come
to-day. Jos. Hoenb & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Cabinet photos, 89c per doz. Lies' Pop-
olar Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st, arvnrsu
BOTH FUMACfiS' OUT.
A General Strike Inaugurated Yes
terday at Carrie furnaces.
A FORMER TROUBLE IS REVIVED.
Carnegie, Phipps & Co., Are Erecting Two
New Blast Furnaces.
THE LATR0BE STEEL "WORKS START UP
William Eownes, one of the partners in
the Carrie Furnace Company, was called
up by telephone yesterday afternoon and
asked for his statement as 'to the strike at
their works, since the firm had requested
the Sheriff to send deputies out there. Hut
Mr. Fownes replied that the troublent their
works was not a matter concerning the pub
lic, and refused to say anything further on
A reporter was then assigned to go out to
Keating station and see the men for their
version of the trouble. The fire in the old
furnace was slowly dying as the reporter
arrived, and when a man was asked whether
the strike was really serious at the works
he replied: "Yes, all of them about 500
are out." After a little skirmishing a,
boarding honse was discovered within 100
yards of the furnaces. There were about 25
men sitting in front of the house.
THEY COULD ALL TELL.
"Can any of you tell me anything about
this supposed strike at the Carrie Fur
nace?" The Dispatch man asked.
"We all can tell you about it, because we
all refuse to work there," said one of them,
whose name was afterward found to be John
Coyle. Appointing himself spokesman for
the party, he continued:
"On last Thursday we asked Mr. Holmes,
the superintendent for Soho wages, and gave
him three days to consider our demand.
SoLo wages are what the men get at Moor
head'a works, and they are in
some cases 35 and 40 cents higher
than ours. For instance, the iron carrier at
our works gets $1 90, while in Soho he gets
?2 25. At noon on Saturday the. firm
plugged the new furnace, and last night we
werelold that they would not pay us Soho
wages, and all the men not satisfied might
come around on Monday and get their pay.
To-day the men from the old fnrnace all
went out, too, and you may put it down as
being a general strike here.
"This is not a new trouble," said another
man; "we made the same demand two years
ago. The wages paid here are the lowest
this side of Cleveiand.
lacking in organization.
"The trouble, however, among us is that
we are not organized. While a good many
of ns are Amalgamated men, we have no
connected lodge. But we mean to
fight it to the finish this time.
To-morrow morning we will hold
a meeting, and then meet Mr.
Holmes once more. Whether 'We will get
satisfaction or not, I am not able to say;
but if we do not, we will not go to work
again until we do. There was no necessity
for the firm to ask the Sheriff to come out
here, because there will not be anv trouble.
Among ourselves we are very orrferlyi and
I do not think that any black sheep or scabs
will come here, because I do not think that
even scabs would work at the price we get."
LATHERS NOT READI TO GO.
A Committee of Them Make Response to
the Plasterers' Charges.
Messrs. Cullom and Doyle, a committee
representing the Lathers' Union, called at
this office last evening to respond to the
statement of a committee of the Operative
Plasterers' International Union, published
yesterday. Their response is as follows:
In reply to the statement that the master
plasterers give their work to inefficient persons,
we will say that all contractors carrying on
this business are competent now, anil know
their business thoroughly, as is realized by all
master plasterers. Thanks to the general run
of plasterers, they are not of the same opinion
as the objecting plasterers committee, whose
opinion is not worth much, as its members are
neither plasterers nor lather?. In reference to
work in wet weather, they are no worse off
than the bricklayers or stonemasons; if any
thing, they are better off, as they can -n ork
steadily in the coldest days of winter, while the
others cannot. This Soft Mud and Wet
Weather Committee needn't try to pull the
wool over the public's eyes, by making such
misstatements, as lathing is a business that no
plasterer will do away with.
NEW FDRNACES AT BESSEMER.
Two Stacks Belnc Erected for the Edgar
The work on the new Edgar Thomson
blast furnaces is being pushed forward as
rapidly as possible. Two new furnaces are
being built alongside the present stacks at
Bessemer. The foundations have been put
down, and everything will be done to com
plete the new stacks without delay. They
will have a larger capacity than the others,
and will have all modern improvements.
THE LATR0BE MILL FIRED.
Steel Locomotive Tires, etc. Will Be
Turned OntThls Week.
The old Latrobe Steel Works at Latrobe
have started up their plant, and this week
they will be turning out their product.
The company will make a specialty of steel
tires for locomotives, etc The people in
the concern are Philadelphia capitalists
who purchased the old plant. Julian Ken
nedy, formerly manager of the Carnegie
plant at Homestead, is the new chief engi
neer. ALLEGHEXYtVALLEY,K. E.
Tnesday, August 6.
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and return, $12.
Toronto, Canada, anvreturn, 58.
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. z
XXX, 1855, Pure Bye Whisky, full
quarts $2 00
I860, McKim's Pure Bye Whisky,
full quarts 3 00
Monogram, Pure Bye Whisky, full
CjUuTIS X 0
Extra Old Cabinet, Pure Bye Whisky,
lull quarts 1 50
Gibson's, 1879, Pure Eye Whisky, full
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Gibson's Pure Eye Whisky, full
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Guckenheimer Pure Eye Whisky, full
quarts 1 00
Guckenheimer Export,Pure Eye Whis
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Moss Export, Pure Eye Whisky, lull
quarts 1 25
1879 Export, Pure Eye Whisky, full
quarts 1 25
1880 Export, Pure Eye Whisky, full
quarts 1 00
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' THEI WISH TUKI HADNT.
How nnd Why 20 Men Got the Gripp at
Out of 29 cases at the Central Station yes
terday morning five were given 30-day sen
tences to the workhouse, and the balance,
eleven of whom were common drunks and
an equal number who had been disorderly,
were let off with light tines and sentences.
George Brown, one of the unfortunates,
had been very drunk and abusive on a
Wylie avenue car, and when put off once
got on again and made things unpleasant.
William Cordy was sent up because the
arresting officer denominated him a com
mon vagrant. John Washington, colored,
was accused by John Jones, also colored,
of stealing $10," assaulting Mrs. Jones, and
assaulting Mrs. Jones' little daughter, all
of which the prisoner strenuously denied;
but he got 30 days just the same.
Cormick McFadden had been drunk, and,
entering Vetter's grocery store on Fifth
avenue, had begun throwing fruit around
in a promiscuous manner. Also he as
saulted the policeman who came to put him
out, and Mrs. Tetter appeared as a witness
against him. Thomas Trainor, while
drunk, had disturbed the slumbers of many
residents along Ann street about 2 o'clock
yesterday morning. Magistrate Gripp
thought the offense serious enough for a 30
Thomas O'Hara was held over, informa
tion being entered against him for garroting
Philip King on High street, and John
Green paid a $10 fine and costs for insulting
ladies on Market street
THE GAS GETS ETEN.
It Is Not to Be Kept Running Without Fire
About 9 o'clock yesterday morning a
natural gas explosion in Oliver Brothers'
steel works, foot of South Fifteenth street,
blew out some of the furnace and boiler
brick work. The gas had accumulated in
the furnace during the night, and when an
attempt was made to light the fires it ex
ploded with a bang.
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JROPOSALS for steel FORGINGS
for a 10-mch rifle. Ordnance Office. War
epartment, Washington, August 1, 1889.
Sealed proposals, in duplicate, will be received
at this office until 3 o'clock P. at. on THURS
DAY. AUGUST 15, 1889, at which time they
will be publicly opened, for supplying the
Ordnance Department, U. 8. Army, with Steel
Forgingsfora 10-inch rifle. All information
required by bidders can be had upon applica
tion to Captain C. 8. SMITH, Acting Chief of
PROPOSALS FOR ICE PIER AT PORTS
MOUTH, Ohio. U. a Engineer's office,
Cincinnati, June 10. 1889. Sealed proposals, in
duplicate, for furnishing material and con
structing an ice pier in tho Ohio river at Ports
mouth. Ohio, will be received at this office
until 12 ji on MONDAY, the 2d day of Sep
tember. 1889. All Information furnished on
application. The attention of bladers is in
vited to the acts of Congress approved Feb.
2&1885. and Feb. 23, 1887. LAN8ING H.
BEACH, 1st Lieut, of Engineers.
TjISTATE OF JOHN T. McKENNAN,
jEJ deceased. Notice is hereby given that
letters ot administration upon the estate of
John T. McKennan, late of the city of Pitts
burg, in the county of Allegheny, Pennsyl
vania, deceased, have been granted to tho un
dersigned, to whom all persons Indebted to
said estate are requested to make immediate
payment, and those having claims or demands
against the same will make them known with
out delay to WILLIAM McKENNAN, Jr.,
room 19, Bakewell Law Building. Pittsburg. Pa.
j7-21-8, 15. 22. 29. au5, 12 k "".
"FotTSE ,URJ 0P. QUARTER SES
JL SIONS of the Peace In and for the County
of Allegheny. No. 1.297. March Keinn irr$
In re petition of Henry Btein for transt'er of 1
wnoiesaie liquor license to wm. C. Gundel
finirer. Notice ta lierehv pivpn that ..td rnr
'has fixed MONDAY, the 19th of August, at 10
A. M., as the time for hearing the application
oi .nenry oiein ior tne transfer of his license
as a wholesale liquor dealer for the house and
place of business. No. 158 Steuben street,
Thlrty-sixth ward, Pittsburg, to Wm, C. Gun
delflnger, at which time the parties in interest
and all persons having objections thereto will
be heard. 8, K. McGUNNlGLE,
anl-59 ' Clerk of Courts.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEM THAT AN
J-' application will be made to the Governor
1889, by Edwin Bindley, Wm. G. Price, John!
wumcj,iw4n. x-ncQaaud.ii. wane, unaei
u ubi, ui Aoociuuiy eamiea au act to proviai
vi ,uv ui.viHuiii.iuu anareiuatini oi certan
corporation V' approved May 29, 1871, and th
supplements thereto, for the charter of an IB
icuucu cuijuuuii, k ns caned wm. u. Fnce
& Co., the character and object of which Is the
purchase, manufacture and sale of Iron, lead
and brass goods, and for there?purposes to have,
possess and enjoy all the Tights, benefits and
privileges o. saiu act oi Assemhlr and sup
menu thereto. J. H. WHITE, Solicitor.
4 E. LINKENHEIMEk;
545 Bmlthfleld street. Pittsburg, Pa. Frell
rreuno. la uuuing, leconaaoor. ma280.ii
MS-Ditplay advertUemtnt one dollar jur
tquare for one iwerUon. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, JbrSal,
To Let, &, ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken or lest ihanftftu cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of tho
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the folio-wing places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already hare accounts with Tax Dls-
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, SVfl Bntler street
EMIL G. STUCKEY, Mth street and I'enn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY ACO., Wylle ave. and Ful toast.
H. STOKELY, Filth Avenue Market House.
J. TV. WALLACE, 8121 I'enn avenue.
JACOB SPOHK. No. 5 Carson street.
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Canon street.
A. r. KAEKCHEK, 89 Federal street.
II. J. McURIUE, Federeland Ohio Streets.
FEED H. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut its.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson itreett.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin ares.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
t'EKKYM. GLEIM. Bebeeeaand Allegheny ayes.
WANTED-BARBFK-GOOU WAGES PAID.
GEO. J. ALBERT. 3709 Fifth ave.
WANTED ACTIVE MAN FOR REAL
estate business. Address ACTIVE, Dispatch
ANTEUA DAIRY HAND: MUbT BE A
i.T . Kood milker,
Apply at MO L1HJSKTY ST.,
WANTED-S1X GOOD MOLDEKS- APPLY
NA1IONAL1UBE WORKS CO. foundry,
McKeesport, Pa. au4-lM
XHTAN1EU-THREE FIRST-CLASS HOUSE
V painters. Apply to WM. F. DERBAUM,
805 Carson Bt 3. S. au4-OT
WANTED-S5 WAITERS (WHITE) FOR THE
7th or Aujtnst. Apply RUDOLPHBLANCK,
Randall Club. 73 sixth street. aul-22-MTh
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS MECHANICAL
draughtsman. Address, with reference.
BOX 1606, Philadelphia postofflce.
WANTED-GOOD MAN IN EVERY TOWN;
salary paid weekly. Address SHERMAN,
TANGENBERG & CO.. 160 W. Lake St.. Chicago7.
"TTT-ANTED AN EXPERIENCED SHOE
TV packer: only one who can come well recom
mended need apply. A. I. SCOTT & CO., 110
Market St., city. auE-9
WANTED-THREE ACTIVE SALESMEN:
something new; good wages: reference or
small deposit. Call at No. 12 TEDERAL ST.,
Allegheny, room 21. ano-7
TtTANTED-SALESMAN A LIVE. ENEK
TT GE1IC worker with experience wishes po
sition with dryroods house. Address A. L. JI.,
Box 9o4, Lock Haven, Pa. anll
XTTANTED-AFPLY THIS DAY ONLTf
it experienced canvassers; have room for
three; no samples and salary paid weekly.
Room 2, N 0. 1036 PEN NAVE. aa5-
TTTANTED MEN EXPERIENCED ON
v V bridge iron work: also riveters, blacksmith
Call at office of PENNSYLVANIA
union town. ra. aul-70
WANTED FOREMAN FOR DRY AND
green sand shop at the Gloucester Iron
Vf orks. Gloucester City, N. J. : competent men only
need apply. Address SUPERINTENDENT, at
WAN1ED AGENTS TO CANVASS AND
sell our homeopathic family medicines;
can make tn to t!5 ner weec. DR.
Kij., uomeopamic i;nemists, a
WANTFD FIRST-CLASS PRESCRIPTION
lilass blowers immediately; will pay 10 per
cent more than union list; steady job: fare paid to
Chicago. Telegraph CHICAGO GLASS MFG.
CO., Chicago. auS-2
WANTED-A MAN OF MORAL HABITS,
located outside principal cities, to repre
sent an old honse In his section; salary to beffln,
170 per month: references. MANUFACTURER,
,ock Box 1610, N. Y. OC7-U-U
WANTED-GOOD, STEADY, SOBER FLINT
prescription glassblowers: will pay 10 pr
cent above union wages or railroad fare. Apply
Monday morninsc between 9 and 11 to G. A. lOF
PELBAUM, at Seventh Avenue Hotel. an5-5
WANTKD-AGENTS AND MERCHANTS TO
buy White Enameled Letters, flnt-class
goods at IK cent an upright inch; sirnples mailed
ior-nc"'airecHons ior applying to windows iree.
THE WHITE LETTER Ol
jv., r. Kf.
. B4X123, New-
ark, N. J,
-TmTANTED SALESMEN EVERYWHERE
TV foroar Adjustable All-metal Door Plates:
(can sell and deliver at once) made of nickel, gold
or solid bronze; new goods Jnst out: Fronts large;
sales rapid: no honse cinvasslng; wrltp tor partic
ulars. N. Y. DOOR PLA1E CO., NeWark, N. J.
"TTTANTED MAN-TO TAKE AGENCY OF
YV onr safes; size 28x18x18 Inches: weight SCO
lbs.: retail price S33;otherslzes in proportion: rare
chance .to create permanent buJlmcsr. at home;
these safes meet demand never before supplied by
other safe companies, as we are not governed by
me sale rooi. aijriniiDaix, ju.,uincinnaii,u.
WANTED-A3 RESIDENT AGEyi' FOR A
New York importing and manufacturing
honse, a thoroughly experienced salesman, neat
and tidy In appearance, and commanding a trade
among fancy goods and fine art dealers, to handle
a line (entirely new; of Imported faacy novelties
and fine art window decorations now ready for the
fall trade: must furnish satisfactory reierences
and security; onr representative will be in city In
a few days and applicant must be (ready to close
contract. Address RESIDENT AGlCNT. Dispatch
office. I au4-84
Olale and Ifcmnle Oelo.
WANTED COOK AND CHAMBERMAID
for small family, laundresses, cooks, cham
bermaids, dining room girls, nurses, bouse girls,
German and colored girls, wallers, drivers farm
nanas. jmts. iiiujursuji, am urani st.
WANTED-AT ONCE, WHITE WAWER FOR
private family, farm hnd. colored wait
ers, seamstress, housekeeper, 60 cooks. 20 cham
bermaids. 4 dining room girls, laundry girls, bead
laundress, second cook. MEEHAN'S, MS Grant
st. ) anS-D
WANTED -125 WEEKLY-REPRESENTATIVE,
male or female, in every community;
goods staple: household necessity: sell at sight; no
peddling; salary paid promptly, and expenses ad
vanced. Fnll particulars and valuable sample
case free: we mean Juit what we say. Addressat
once STANDARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston.
TT7-ANTED-BY A "1TOUNG MAN, SITUATION
TV as coachman or gardener; experienced
handling horses: alsoeows: good reierences. Ad
dress COACHMAN, Dispatch office. au5-17
tGAGES ON CITY PROP-
W ERfY. over
looo; m per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAV!
iaw.i wrounn avenue.
TIJ-ANTED-Wa CAN LOAN to00 TO 500,000
if vu iiiurigajreB, , o ana o per cent. jas.
W. DRAPE It Col IS Fourth avenue, Pittsburg,
TTT A N T E 1
MORTGAGES LARGE AND
nta on lmnroved rltv nrnnprtr
at a per cent. VI
. A. HEBRON A SONS, SO Fourth
1, 3, 3, 7, a, li 14, IS, 19, 21, 23.28, ZS, 30
TlTANTEOTO LOAN S3SO.0CO ON MOHT.
T V GAGES in amounts to suit. In city or coun
tryt.5 to P" cent, as to security; no delay.
SAMUEL Vf) BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave.
TV In large and small amounts at 4H. 5 and 6
per cent, free or State tax; no delay. REEU B.
UYLE&;QO., 131 Fourth ave. my21-0
WANTED lO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
or 3, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property; on 4 percent, free of tax: also smaller
amount? at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK & BAIRD,
85 Fourth avenue. eH-d26-D
TED MORTGAGES WE HAVE
inonev to lean on Flttsburtir. Allegheny or
suburban improved real estate. In soma of KOO
nu upwaru at lowest rates, ali-aakulk i
I Wood St.
-T7"ANTD MORTGAGES 1, 000, 0C0TO LOAN
V T on city and subnrUan properties at H, Sand
6 per cent, and on larms In Allegheny and aaja
cert counties at 6 per cent. 1. M. PENNOCK. ft
SON, 103 tourth avenue. ap7-f41
ANTED-IO LOAN (200,000 ON MORT
GAGES; S100 and upward at 6 per cent;
JWOlOOOat X per cei
property: also In
fRENCH. 12j Fourth
vent ou rcsiueubcs ui uubiuch
adlolnlne counties, b. H.
ourth avenue. oc31-eS4-D
WAN1ED-THE BOSS BAKERS TO KNOW
that the employment office of Bakers'
Union No. 27 has removed to 201 GRANT ST.
WANTED-CCSTOMEBS FOB DIAMONDS,
gold and silver watches, marble clocks, sil
verware, etc., at SI per week upward, at 130 Fed
eral St., Allegheny. J. MITSCH. JeI5-nwF8a
WANTED-LADIES TO KNOWHAUGH ft
Keenan repair, refinlsh or upholster old
furniture promptly and in the best possible man
ner. 33 AND if WA1ER ST. 'Phone 1626. my9-83
WANTED TO START A CLUB OF MEM
BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one In the club at ti 00 per week. Address I". O.
BOX Ml, and I will call and snow you the watch.
WANTEU-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER, sa Fifth avenue. Pittsburg,
and Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at II CO per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: instan
taneous protest, luhiMs
FOR SALE IMPROVED HEAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE H50O-FORTY-FOURTH STREET,
near Butler street, substantial I-tory brick
dwelling: S rooms and finished it tic; lot 24x100 ft. 1
must be told at once: a bargain: easy terms.
SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE S3, ECO LOMBARD STREE1.
Eleventh ward, Pittsburg, two squares from
Fifth Avenue Market, a brick dwelling of 7 rooms,
bath, range, sliding doors aud slate mantels; lot
21x120: liberal terms, by GEORGE SCHMIDT. 1S7
t onrtn avenue. Jy31-!9
FOR SALE-ONLY f3,000SEVERAL NO. 1
brick dwellings ou fwenty-slxth st , South
slde,each containing six rooms and; finished
attic, hall, vestibule, natural gas, good cellar.
4c : very liberal terms: small cash payment, bal
ance as rent, and only one square from proposed
cable line- BLACK ft BAIRD, 93 Fourth ave.
Enat End Residences.
TT'OB SALE-BEN VENUE PLACE, P. R. B., A
X: new frame dwelling of 6 rooms; range, bath,
fa. and c. water, inside w. c: all modern conve
niences; S300 cash, balance ?10 per month. Call at
office and get full particulars of this real bargain.
BLACK ft BAIRD, 95 Fourth nve. S-A JV28-42
FOR SALE A PRETTY. NEW QUEEN ANNE
house In the East End of 9 rooms, reception
hall, range, bath, laundry, complete In ail re
spects: close to P. B. R.; elegant lot 50x100: paved
street and well sewered: fl.ixxi down, balance on
time. BLACK ft BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-S5.0O0 OAKLAND RESIDENCE
property, substantial 12-room. frame dwell
ing, hall In center, bath, gas, water, etc.: lot43x
220 to a street: good stable and carriage house on
rear; the lot contains a number or magnificent
forest, shade and frnlt trees: S minutes' walk from
Fifth ave., and directly on line or new cable loop.
SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave.
FOB. SALE HOUSES AND LOTS AT
executors' sale, to settle np an estate, situate
on Friendship avenue, opposite Mary at., third
property east from Penn avenue, about 45 feet
front and about 63 feet In depth, with 2 small
houses thereon, to be sold at public sale by order
of executors, on Saturday afternoon. August 10.
at 3 o'clock, on the premises. Terms, etc , from
JAB. W. DRAPE ft CO., Agents and Auc
tioneers, B!9 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. aul-t9-MWThS
J. 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. fs,300and 6.70O, on easy terms.
Apply to C. H. CHANCE, on the premises.
T7K)R SALE FINE RESIDENCE AND 1 ACRE
J? ofgronudonP. R. R., East End. two min
utes' walk from railroad station: 12 rooms in resi
dence, with bath, lavatory, natural gas, marble
mantels, furnace, and replete throughout with all
modern Improvements and everything In prime
order; beautiful lot or i acre, with full grown
shade trees, fruit trees and sbrubberytabundance
of pure water, very good stable, carriage honse
and all needed outbuildings; this is a very pretty
property in every particular; price oniy ii3,u.
JAB, W. J
. DRAPE ft CO., Agents, 129 Fourth ave..
OR SALE-FEDERAL STREET, NEW ELEC-
TKiuroaa extension, a oeautiiui, large, aou
frame dwelltnor: natural gas. cltv and soring
water, etc.: large lot well Improved, has fruit of
ail xinas; win sen cneap. wu at w rouna btb.
....,--...':.. -. .,--, -.n.-n ...
BLACK ft BAIBD. 211-143
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 12,000; easy terms; this is a bargain.
BLACK ft BAIBD, 93 Fourth ave. 2-B-122.
FOR SALE-AT A LOW PRICE AND ON
liberal terms, 4 frame houses of 3 rooms and
good attic each, and a choice lots, on Royal street,
Allegheny: will sell as a whole or In parts, as de
sired; good chance for a speculation: rare oppor
tunity for home seekers. Call on BLACK ft
BAIRD, 93 Fourth ave. au4-8-MWTB
FOR SALE-AT CRAFTON nOUSE OF 8
rooms: lot I00xl98: beautifully laid out and
Slanted: price $5,800; good value for the money.
. B. MURPHY, office opposite B. R. station.
FOR SALE A NICE NEW 6-ROOM HOUSE;
gas, water, etc., with large lot, near Ingram
station: price only $2,630; small payment down,
and balance ta a month: fine chance to secure a
home. JASW.DRAPJSft CO., m Fourth ave
nue, Pittsburg. au3-31-jrws
FOR SALE-AVALON STATION. P.. F. W. ft
CHy., a good 8-room frame dwelling, ele
gantly lurnlshed turougbout: slate mantels, etc. :
natural gas: 5 acre of ground covered with fruit
and shade trees; most beautiful view on the Ohio
river: tLOOO down, balance long-time. BLACK
A BAIRD. 93 Fourth ave. aul-08-D
JU acres, with excellent large dwelling house,
natural gas. outbuildings, soring house, splendid
orchard, all in bearing; contiguous to railroad
station; would accept of a desirable city property
In part payment. Terms, etc., from J AS. W.
DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
TmORSALE-T. 84.700, AT WILKINSBURG:
JO well located on Holland 6U, fire minutes
walk from the station, good honse of seven rooms,
rei-eptlon hall, finished attic and bath: all well
finished, the house being built with great care;
lot is 50x122 feet; fruit and shade trees; city water.
Full Information from W. A. HEBRON & SONS,
No. 80 Fourth ave. au4-74.MWT
FOR SALE-A BEAUTIFUL HOUSE AND
grounds on line of railroad near the citv,
about 2 acres in tne plot covered with fruit, shade
and ornamental trees and shrubbery: copious
flow of pure, living water, the atmosphere im
pregnated with ozone and other health-giving in
fluences; 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. R. station, lerms,
etc. from J AS. W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth
avenue. Pittsburg. an2-73-D
FOR SALE LOTS.
East End liots.
FOR SALE-K0 PER FOOT-SHADYSIDE;
Wallinglord, near Neville st.: 90x181 feet:
most desirable building site In E. E.; Walllngford
street is now betng graded; property will enhance
rapidly. SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth
FOR 8ALE-BAUM GROVE LOTS-SW TO piO
a foot front: sewered, curbed and flagstone
sidewalks complete: where can you dnpllcate
these prices? Full information from MELLON
BBOS. Station St.. E. E., or JOHN F. BAXM.B,
Agt., 512 bmlthfleld st. an4-70-MWi1
FOR SALE-t2,0C0 NEAR HILAND AND
Stanton ayes., lot 60 It front on Jackson St.,
and extending 102 ft. along bt. Clair st, ; this beau
tiful corner lot at $33 aft. front Is a rare bargain;
write for printed list of properties for sale. MEL
LON BROS., 6349 Station St., E. E.
T7IOR S1LE-A FINE JLOT ON SOUTH III
J? LAND avenue. East End, adjoining Mr.
vlheo. Hartman's and near to Mr. Thos. Lazear's
and others: best part of the avenue; size 23x120
feet to an alley; will be sold at public sale on Mon
day afternoon, August li at 3 o'clock, ou the
premises: terms to salt; title perfect. JAS. W.
DRAPE ft CO., Agents ana Anctloneers. 129
Fourth avenne. Pittsburg. au3-32-D
fJlOR SALE-A 2-ACRE LOT IN THE EAST
X) END atVxecutor'S sale to settle up an estate,
situate on Munford avenue: second lot east from
level and eminently adapted for laylugout In lots:
will be sold at public sale by order of executor on
Vririit Ancrnst 9. at 3 o'clock on the Drcmlses
- -' .- ' n. - -I- -- ", . o ..."
jcrempiory saie. icrois, t;ic. irum js. .
DRAPE ft CO . Agents
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
k: . i .11 . Affenis ana. Auctioneers. 1.2J
FOR SALE LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues and Lombard street. Allegheny, in
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH MCNAUGHEB, 43 N. Diamond St.
FOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL LEVEL LOTS, NO.
82 and 81 PAGE STREET, Fifth ward. Alle
gheny City. Pa , by auction, on the premises. 44t
132 feet: desirable neighborhood. Don't forget
sale at S o'clock on W ednesday, August 7. aui-4
IOR SALE EAST JEANNETTE SPECIALTY
Glass Co. plan a few good lots, 40x100: free
gas; stores neeaea; a uoaaes Duuaing; several
large factories coming In. 314 HAMILTON
FOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL BUILDING SITE
at Edgewood, P. R.B., 100x200 reel; level and
within 3 minutes' walk from station; reasonable
price and easy terms. BLACK ft BAIRD. 95
i ourth ave. 3-A. jy2S-41-D
FOR SALE-GOOD-SIZED LOT. EDGEWOOD
station, on Maple street, convenient to sta
tion, and in splendid location; will sell cheap;
don't full to get terms. NO. 95 FOURTH AVE.,
Black ft Batrd, 3-A-298 au4-9-MTTS
FOR SALE-AT ASPINWALL STATION IN
tho Boss estate the most desirable suburban
building lots now In the market for sale: prices,
very lw and terms easy: call or send for plans.
W. A. HERRON ft SONS. No. 80 fourth avr.
FOR SALE "THE NEW VILLA PARK
Plan, " adjoining Wllklusburg and Brushton,
affords the very best chances for profitable In
vestments to be found within many miles of Pitts
burg. For proof of thU assertion get particulars
from JOHN F. BAXTER, Agent, 512 bmlthfleld
FOB SALE-5 ACBES.10 ACRES AND 20 ACRES
for suburban residence sites on line or Alle
gheny Valley Railroad,- between Parn-issus and
Valley Camp; over a half mile of railroad front,
fine grove, forest trees, fnll supply of pure water,
natural gas: one of the prettiest sections for sub
urban homes on any raUroad entering either cltv.
Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO.. 129
Fourtu ave., Pittsburg. auJ-33-D
place In this part of Pennsylvania: advanced
age of owner reason ror selling. ED. WIT1I3H.
410 Grant St., Pittsburg, Pa. jy31-D
FOR SALE-A GOOD FARM OF 150 ACRB3
with dwelling house, outbuildings, ortbard.
water and a quantity of good coal, etc., etc., near
railroad and river; price only S40 per acre; a rare
bargain; would take a smalt city property In pert
payment. JAS. W. DRAPE CO., 1 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg auJ-W-D .
FOR SALE LOTK
FOR SALE-LOTS AT HAELWOOD AND
Glenwood. near the station: forest and
iruit trees, graded streets, sidewalks, city water,
natural gas; houses for sale. 6m all payment
down, balance In monthly payments If desired:
Second Ave. Electric Railway will pass In front of
these lots; B. ft O. Railroad fare monthly tickets.
5 cents per trip.
n ourm aye.
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOB SALE-A HALF INTEREST IN QUARRY
and stone crushing business, on line of rail
road, near the cltv: excellent shipping faculties;
profits large and safe: value of half Interest
13.000. JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth ave
nue, Pittsburg. an3-32-D
FOR SALE A HOUSEFURNISHING AND
tinware business in an active manufactur
ing city on line of railroad and river: very good
business point: trade prosperous: no r-ad debts: a
first-clas opening In this line. JAS. V. DRAPE
ft CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-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 Duslness of about S150. 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. Full par
ticulars confidentially from JAS. W. DRAPE ft
CO.. Agents, 129 Foaith avenue, Pittsburg.
OR SALE-BUblNESS-OR EXCHANGE FOR
city property, a general country store business,
with storeroom, dwelling, warehouse, etc.. at a
good point on line of railroad, with postofflce. ex
press and railroad agency, the revenue from which
alone runs up to sio per month; excelleut trade in
grain, produce, etc.; this Is a good opening: no
opposition. Particulars from JAS. W..DBAPE ft
CO.. 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. Mortgages
FOR SALE-NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY A
business and be ready for fall trade; "Im
mense crops," "Iron high," so Dun" and
"Bradstreet's" say; we have for sale 100 good
grocery, drygoods and notion stores: finest,
largest and most profitable bakery and confec
tionery business In the two cities: cigar store,
feedstore, milk- depots, confectioneries, restau
rant and dining rooms, printing office, Brery
stable, shoestores, bakeries, extensive bottling
works. Free particulars. SHEPABD ft Co.. M
Fifth ave. au4
FOR SALE-COB. ROSS AND FIRST AVE
NUE, property that will certainly enhance
in value, and wilt pay 6 per cent net on the prlco
asked. W. A. HERRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-A STOREROOM, WAREHOUSE
and dwelling, with stock of goods if neces
sary, at a good point on line of railroad in Ohio;
a good town and fine country and splendid place
to reside or for business. Particulars from JAS.
W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-OR LEASE-GLASSWORKS AT
Butler. Pa., consisting or a 12-pot furnace In
good order, 8 good pots In furnace; fire not out;
also implements necessary for a prescription
house; 4jj acres of ground; also an 8-pot furnace;
stack on the premises; also 1 gas well and lines in
good order; siding connections on 3 railroads;
possession given immediately. For particulars
address BUTLER GLASS CO., L1M., Butler. Pa.
Horses. Vehicles, ldve Stock. tc
FOR SALE-RIDING AND DRIVING HORSE;
very qnlet abont steam: also harness and
buggy. 437 PENN AVE. au5-22
FOR SALE-PAIR FINE
horses. Ibav saddle horse
good size. GIF-
FEN'S STABLK 3944 Fifth ave.
OB SALE-CHEAP HORSE, BUGGY AND
narness. aiiin good saape: tne norse would
answer for all purposes, especially for family use.
Address GOVERNMENT STABLES, Dispatch
Machinery and Metals.
FOR SALE 28x48 COBL1SS ENGINE: ONLY
run a year: can be seen In operation; price
on application; Worthlngton pumps, automatic
and plain slide valve engines, boilers, pipe and
fittings. J. A. MCCORMICK, 150 First ave.
FOR SALE SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles kept in stock, from
4 to 100 b. p.: all refitted: good as new, at lowest
prices: mounted portable engines, 8 to 25 h. p.
23-25 Park way. J. S. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa.
FOR SALE- HOISTING ENGINES, NEW
and second hand; wire and raanllla rope, der
rick and fittings, hoisting tnbs and cars, clay and
ore pans, engines, boilers and machinery.
THOMAS CARLIN'S SONS, Lacock and Sandusky
sts., Allegheny. au5-l7-Mwr
FOKSALE-800 TO LC0O TONS OF CLEAR
Ire. Inquire or D. J. KENNEDY, 6331 bta
tlon St.. E. E.. Pitts. aut-113
QTATEMENT OF CONDI1ION OFPEO
Q PLUS SAVINGS BANK OF PITTS
BURG on the 30th day ot July. 1S89, published
by order of the Board of Trustees, in accord
ance with section 9 of charter:
Cash t S 13,322 07
Expenses and office furniture 7.724 63
Banking house S0,0OU 00
Real estate 108,327 60
J25,O00 Waverly Coal and Coke Co.,
bpercent 25,000 00
So, 000 City of Pittsburg: funded debt
improvement, 5 per cent .... 5,000 00
$500 R. R. compromise boro Mc
Keesport, B per cent 500 00
1,500 Elizabeth borough, 4 per
cent.. .. aa.a ........................ . l,jUU ou
$25,000 Allegheny county riot, 4 and
6 per cent 25,570 00
$11,000 Moorhead sub-school district,
4X percent 11,000 00
515,600 Moorbeadsub-school district,
4 per cent 15,500 00
500 St. Clair sub-school district, 8
per cent 725 00
$500 Springfield sub-school district,
Opercent 517 50
HOW) ML Washington snb-school
district, 4 per cent 4,000 00
0.300 btowe township school dis
trict, 5 ana 5 per cent 6,600 00
$1,440 58 certificate of indebtedness
Derryboro, 6 pero-nt .'.. 1,440 58
$35.200 XndianaNormal School bonds,
Opercent 35,200 00
$3,300 school district of Parker, 6 per
cent 8,300 00
$35,943 62 certificates ot indebted
ness borough of .McKeesport, 6
per cent 35,9.6 62
$23,000 Pittsbnrg Car and Wheel
Works 23.000 00
Mortgages, judgment bonds and
other valid securities 1,857,262 94
People's Savings Bank of Pittsburg 9,599 60
Safe Deposit Company of Pittsburg 25,000 00
National banks in Pittsburg 38,155 25
Capital stock S 300,000 00
Contingent account 105,000 00
Premiums and interest 23,574 89
Dividends unpaid 2.492 00
Deposit account 1,858.151 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 hav
ings Bank of Pittsburg; who, being duly sworn
according to law. deposes aud says that the
above Is a just and true 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
Lurg. this 81st day of July. A. D. 18S9.
au2-82.p W. F. HOWE. Notary Public.
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between the undersigned under
the firm name of J. H. Richardson & Co.. has
this day been dissolved. All debts owing to and
demands upon said firm to be paid to and set
tled by J. H. Richardson. J. H. RICHARD
SON, D. G. STEWART. au2-39-MWF
The undersigned has admitted Mr. H. C
Wilson to co-partnership In the real estate
business, hitherto carried on by him under the
name of Samuel W. Black & Co., No. 99 Fourth
avenue, dating from July 1, 1SS9, under the
same firm name and at the same place.
Pittsburg, August 2. 18S9. an3-51-MWS
Every Afternoon and Night, Week of
THE MONEY LENDER.
BASEBALL TO-DAY. 4 P. M.
Philadelphia vs Pittsbnrgs.
Train at 3:10. Admission, 50c
In case of rain game will be played on
Wednesday. August 7. aui-2
) LAN Ob,
11 AND S3 FIFTH AVENUE.
PltUburs, Pa, ap30-7-D J
TO LET-NO.133 FULTON ST ALLEGHENY
brick dwelling, bail and 7 rooms: oak-grained
throughout: slate roof, sewerage, etc.; Union line
cars pass the property: possession Immediately.
Offices. De-ilt Roam, dec
rX.0 LET WELL LIGHTED OFFICE. NEWLY
X. painted: elevator. Janitor service and al
modern conveniences. Apply to GEEMANIA
SAVINGS RANK, 423 Woodstreet. le-68-r
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH 4.UILD
ING, 73, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two of the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be found In the
city; rent. 3)0 and 300 per annum. Including elec
tric lights, janitor service and steam heating.
Apply between 10 A. x. and 1 P. X., or between
2 and 4 p. M. jy23-7
rpO LET-PES.N- BUILDING. TENN AVE.,
JL near Seventh St., oClces single or en suite,
in this elegant 8-story bnlldlng: I Crane elevators,
heat and janitor services; rents exceptionally
low: floor plans at our office: we have also de
slrable offices In other good buildings. SAMUEL
W. BLACK & CO . 99 I onrth aye. jeSi-p
Personal-books: books! booksi
New and old, ancient and moucrn. standard
and rare. legL medical and scientific 30,000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 900
Liberty st. au3-93
PERSONAL-WHY TROUBLE YOUB WIFE,
mother or daughters in repairing and clean
ing your old clothes, when It can be done for a
trifle by OICKSON, the Tailor, cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood St.. second floor? Charges moderate;
facilities unsurpassed: suits madeto order: spring
styles now ready, telephone 1338, mhs
LOST-SUNDAY AFTERNOON, NEAR DAL
LAS Station. P. R. R., a black and white
setter dog' a liberal reward will be paid If re
turned to H. H. WESTINGHOUSE, Edgewood,
P. R. R. JV2SW
f OST UETWEEN CRAFTON AND THE
XJ postofflce, large pocket book containing a small
amount of money and papers of no use but to the
owner. A reward will be paid fqr Its return to
ROBT. BAGLIN, Commercial Gazette office.
MISS MAKY JIAC DONALD, FORMER
principal of Miss Fuller's school, will
open a school for girls in Allegheny October 1,
TWO CHOICE SCHOOLS.
BROOKE HALL, for girls and young ladles.
SHORTLIUGE MFIHA ACADEMY, forbovsand
young men. S WITHIN C. S1IORTL1DGE, A. M.
(Harvard Graduate), Media, Pa. (near Philadel
YTTEST WALNUT STREET SEMINARY FOR
Y V young ladles: 23d year: is provided for giv- ,
lng a superior education in collegiate, eclectic and
preparatory departments: also In music and art.
MBS. HENRIETTA KUTZ, 3045 Walnut st..Phlla.
HOLY GHOST COLLEGE
Complete preparatory, commercial and
collegiate departments, reopens WEDNES
DAY. SEPTEMBER4; new students examined
Monday, September 2. Apply to Rev. John
T. MUBPIIY, C. S. Sp., President. jyl7..H
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, etix,
address JNO. CALVIN RICE. A. M., Principal.
NEW YORK MILITARY ACADEMY.
Cornwall-on-Hudson. Courses of study iu
civil engineering, English and classics. Labor
atory, drawing room and field work. Beautiful
building', grounds, location. COL. C. J.
WRIGHT, a 8., A. M.. Sup..; BELDEN F.
HYATT. Comd't of Cadets. jelO-11
DIVIDEND NO. 2 THF. 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 books will remain closed
until the day succeeding that fixed for the pay
ment of the dividend. Checks will be sent to
stockholders through the mails.
RALPH BAGALEY, Treasurer.
PrrrSBtntQ. Pa.. July 3a 1889. jv31 20
AUCTION SALE FURNITURE. PIANO,
carpets, etc., TUE&DAY MORNING,
August 6, at 10 oclock; fine Chickering piano,
almost new. cost $500: elegant English rug
parlor suit, fine cherry mantel cabinet, fine
pier mirror, bronzes, ornaments. rugs,curtains,
walnut winged bookcase, fine center tables,
easy chairs, fancy rockers, Brussels and in
grain .carpets, shades, door curtains, patent
cane and wood seat chairs and rockers, folding
bed, bed lounges, solid mahogany sideboard,
extension table, porch and dining chairs, wal
nut, oak and cherry chamber suits; wardrobes,
bedsteads, bureaus, wasbstauds, hall racks,
chiffoniers, desks, fetther beds, mattresses,
springs, pictures, clocks, lamps, dinner sets,
toilet ware, notions, clothing, glassware, secre
taires, stoves, refrigerators, cupboards, eta,
eta HENRY AUCTION CO.. Uil'T., Anc
ADJOURNED AUCTION SALE ON THE
premises. WEDNESDAY, August the
7th, at 2 o'clock P. M.: lot 200x125 with improve
ments, situated between the W. P. R. R. and
P.AW.R. R., opposite new Thirtieth street
bridge, with sidings from both railroads; thero
Is a large and substantially built planing mill
on the property, suitable for any kind of light
manufacturing bnsiness: a two-story brick -warehouse,
office building, stable, eta; also a
full line of shafting, beltingand latest Improved
hangers; will be sold with or without ma
chinery. JOHN J. HOWLEY, Real Estato
Agent. 127 Fourth ave. aul 74-d
OFFICIAL PITTSB URG.
PrrrSBtmo. Pa., July 27, 1889.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
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 Pleas
within ten (10) days from date.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
A N ORDINANCE AUTI
N ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE
XX grading, paving and curbing of Omega
street, from Relter street to St. Andrews street.
in tne xwenty-nrst warn or rutsDurg.
Whereas. It appears by tho petition and af
fidavit on file in the offlce of the Clerk of Coun
cils, that one-third in interest of the owners of
property fronting and abutting upon the said
street have petitioned the Councils of the said
city to enact an ordinance for tho grading,
paving and curbing of the same; therefore.
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsburg, In Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and It is hereby ordained and
enacted by the authority of the same. That the
Chief of the Department of Public Works be
and is hereby authorized and directed to adver
tise in accordance with the acts of Assembly of
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the
ordinances of the said city of Pittsburg relating
thereto and regulating the same, for proposals
for the grading, paving and curbing of Omega
street, from Reiter streetto St. Andrews street,
the contract therefor to be let in the manner,
directed by the said acts of Assembly and ordi
nances. The cost ana expense of the same to
be assessed and collected in accordance with
the provisions of an act of Assembly of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled "An
act relating to streets and sewers In cities of
the second class," approved the 16th day of
May, A. D. 1889.
Section 2 That any ordinance or part of
ordinance conflicting with the provisions ot
this ordinance be and the same is hereby re- '
pealed so far as the same affects this ordi
nance. Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils
this 22d dav of July. A. D. 1889.
H. P. FORD, President of Select Council.
Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD. Clerk of Select
Council. GEO. L. HOLI4DAY, President of
Common Council. Attest: GEO.BOOTH. Clerk
of Common Council.
Mayor's Office. July 26, 1SS9. Approved:
WM. McCALLIN, Major. Attest- ROBT. 03
TERMAIlSR, Assistant Major's Clerk.
Recorded in Ordinance Book, vol. 7, page 106,
30th day of July, A. D. 18S9. au3-C6
Continued on Ftfth, Seventh and Eighth Pages.
Notice ToNavi gators.
During the reconstruction of the channel
span of the Ohio river bridge at Steubcnvilla,
Ohio, which is now in progress, parties navi
gating the Ohio river will bo required to pass
through the span next west of the channel span,
which has been dredged so as to aSord a good
navigable water. White lights will be dis
played indicating the obstructed channel span,
and red lights will be displayed indicating the
channel to bo used.
M. J. BECKER,
Chief Engineer P C. t St. L. By. Co.
Use the Pure
Ta-va-zon RemediesI No matter bow bad
or long standing the disease these medicines
positively restore to health men, women and
children after all other, agencies have failed.
See home testimony at
DR. GRIFFITH DRUG CO'li.
801, 303, 305, 807 Grant st, cor. Third ave.,
Bring this notice with you. au4-U5
UNCAN G WHITK,
i 71 Diamond street,
Eeeond door above Smlthfield,