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thes Pittsburg-"dispatch; Thursday, -august 8, 1889
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COMING T0A CEISIS.
The Coke Strike Quite Likely to be
Settled This Morning.
OPERATORS ESDBAVOE TO MEET.
Mammoth Assemblages of Strikers in the
Heart of the Itcjrfon.
WHY CONCESSIONS AKE COUNSELED
A meeting of the. cote operators of this
city was called for yesterday afternoon to
discuss the strike. The offices of the Hecla
Coke Company, corner of Liberty and Sixth
streets, was the place. The meeting was
evidently intended to be held as quietly as
possible, and none of the operators wanted
to say anything about it Prom what could
be learned afterward, it appears, however,
that no discussion took place. Several
operators being out of town, nothing defi
nite could be determined upon. H. C.
Frick.JjMr. Schoonmaker, of the J. M.
Schoonmaker Coke Company, and also a
representative of the Moore Coke Company
were present.
MB. FRICK NON-COMMITTAL.
When Mr. Frick was seen at his office, and
asked as to the purpose of the meeting, he
said, very reluctantly:
"Of course under the existing circum
stances in the region, it is quite natural that
the operators would hold a meeting to dis
cuss a question so interesting to us all. "We
did not hold a conference, however, this
atternoon. It is true we intended to do so;
but we abandoned the idea because there
are so many of the operators out of town."
"What is your opinion of the situation at
present?"
"I am really not able to say anything
about the matter. Mr. Lynch, our Super
intendent at Connellsvilie, will meet a com
mittee of the men to-night; but what will be
the result I cannot loretelL I have not
given him any instructions in regard to the
meeting with the men."
Mr. Schoonmaker, who was also seen
coming from the Hecla Company's office,
said that there had not been a meeting. Mr.
Kutledge, of the Moore Coke Company,
stated the same, but remarked, with a very
ominous smile:
"You better wait & few days longer, and
you will get some news on the coke
business."
A WONDERFUL UNANIMITY.
The following special telegram from Scott
dale last night shows that the strike is
bringing things to a head rapidly:
bo far ns the manufacture of coke Is con
cerned the Connellsvilie region is dead to-day.
Never in the history of this region has there
been an agitation so uniformly successful as
the present strike. Every one of the 76 coke
plants and over 14,000 ovens are idle. As the
situation appears to-day. the strike will end
soon, favorably to the men. A preliminary
conference was held to-day and it is possible
the final settlement will be reached to-morrow.
The news of the success of the men in the
Gallitzin resrion was received with every evi
dence of satisfaction by tbe strikers here, and
they opine that it will materially advance
their chances ol success in this section. The
superintendent of one of the coke plants near
this place, when shown tbe telegram from
Gallium, said: "That settles the matter in this
rczlon. We must get our works started, or we
will lose our orders, and we cannot afford to do
that."
It is possible the present week will see the
termination of tbe best planned and best con
ducted strike that ever occurred in the Con
nellsvilie region.
An immense mass meeting was held here
this afternoon. It is estimated that nearly
6,000 strikers m ere in town. Tbey were in a
good humor, and seemed to be enjoying their
uuuuar.
A SETTLEMENT IN SIGHT.
Later and more important advices from
Connellsvilie last night appeared to change
the whole situation. Tne special that
brought them is appended:
The conference between the representative
of the Frlck- company and strikers continued
until late this evening, and adjourned until
moraine, when a settlement will probably be
effected. It an agreement is reached with this
firm, it is thought the others will follow, and a
general resumption take place shortly.
Between 8.C00 and 9,000 strikers attended the
mass meeting ol miners and cokeworkcrs here
to-day. The meeting was undoubtedly the
lamest ever held in the Connellsvilie region,
and tbe greatest enthusiasm prevailed. Ad
dresses ere made by Master Workman Rae,
of National Miners' Assembly, K. of L; Peter
WiscSecretarv Vatchom.and Miehnoi niim.n
in which the strikers were congratulated for
the success so far attained, and praised for the
quiet and peaceable manner in which they
were conducting the strike.
Resolutions were then adopted declaring in
favor of establishing a uniform rate at once,
and fixing 1 cent per bnsbel as the minimum
rate. The men were then formed in line and
marched to town, where they were dismissed.
Notwithstanding the immense crowd on the
streets all day. not a single arrest for disorderly
conduct was reported.
THE COKE REGIONS STRIKE.
A Serious Situation That May be Satisfac
torily Settled by Conference nnd Conces
sions ALabor Organ's Views.
The Rational Labor Tribune, in its next
issue, will contain the following editorial
review of the coke regions strike: r '
It was on February 2 of this year that we
published an editorial in which the follow
ing occurred:
When it became apparent that the Frick
Company lead in a scale was not to be followed
by the balance of the district, there conld be no
other conclusion man that the Frick rates
would come down to the lower level or the
other operators would have to bring their rates
up to the higher level of the Frick schedule.
There never was a considerable difference in
wages in the same district, under similar con
ditions as to terms of labor, that either tho low
er rate was compelled to meet the higher, or the
higher was broi ght down to the lower. The
surprise in the Connellsvilie instance has been
in the long delay to a movement in the one or
the other direction.
It was a year or more ago that this paper
fave its advice on the subject, namely, that the
rick scale set the rate for the entire region
that it was voluntarily given by tbe company,
and that the other operators should be com
pelled to pay the same ligure. It was
NOT FAIK TO THE COMPANY
that awarded without contest a better schedule
of wages, to permit competitors to have a lower
schedule. Nor was this fair to tbe workmen.
It was not fair to those who were paid the lower
rate, for they were entitled to more; it was not
fair to the Frick workmen, for a lower rate
elsewhere constantly threatened tneir wages.
The fact is that the Frick Company in adopt-
mc me scaie mat it did gave the workmen
about what could have been seenred for the
whole legion had that unfortunate d.fflculty
anent the "umpire's award" not occurred.
This company was fair and gave what was re
garded by the management, and by the large
operators generally, as a reasonable
scale of wares. The others
not so fair and did not act
so honorably and justly. It was then the duty
of the workmen to have insisted, and it wasour
plain advice, that the Frick scale be regarded
as the accepted price and that the district be
brought up to it without delay. There has
been a long season of constantly increasing out
put and demand for coke beyond the capacity
of transportation. That was the time the Frick
scale could have been made the unirorm dis
trict rate, yet little or nothing was done toward
that end; and now we find mat the disposition
to demand a uniform scale has developed at
la6t, but it comes when furnace yards are
stocked and the metal industries are not yet
pulled together sufficiently to know what to
do. There should be a uniform
scale on basis rates. The workmen are richt
In beginning an effort toward this; they would
have been nearer right had they begun when
we wanted ttem to, namely, when the Frick
scale was made and the other operators refused
to make a similar scale.
THE FEBRUARY AOBEEMENT.
It was only a tew days alter the appear
ance of the loregoing that an agreement
was made between the Frick Company and
a committee of seven ot their employes,
which was agreed to at an open meeting on
February 7, 1889, and duly signed and
sealed on the following day. The points of
tbis'schedule arc as lollows:
1, When the market price of Connellsvilie
furnace coke is one dollar and thirty-five cents
(tl 33) per ton of 2.000 pounds f . o. b. lailroad
cars at ovens), tbe following scale of wares and
price for contract work shall 'be paid by said
Hi C. Frick Cojte Company 'to their employes
in the Connellsvilie coke region:
Mining and loading room coal . 90 per 100 bo.
Mining and loading heading
coal ; 105 per 100 bu.
Mining and loadlnc heading
coal, wet places. 1 12Xp.l00 bu.
Cagers l 95 day 10 h'rs
Drivers, shafts and slopes 1 95 pr full run
Drivers, drift mines 1 S5pr full run
Roadmen, horsebackmen and
timbermen, shafts and slopes 1 95 day 10 h'rs
Roadmen, horsebackmen and
timbermen, drift mines 1 83 day 10 h'rs
Inside laborers 1 fio day 10 h'rs
Trappers 70 "
Rope riders 185 " "
Dumpers and tipplemen 160 " "
Firemen l 70 per turn.
Chargers (with horses or mules
ultblan.es) 03 per oven.
Other chargers to be paid according to the
work they perform and the responsibility of
their position.
Coke drawers S 63 per 100 bu- charged.
Levelmg 09jper oven.
lard laborers 1 35 per day of 10 hours.
Car forkers, all cars
less than 40,000 lbs.
capacity. OOpcrcar.
Car forkers, all cars
40,000 lbs. capacity
and over. 1 lOper car.
Foremen, engineers, pumpers, machinists and
mechanics of all kinds snail bapaid according
to work they perform, ability required and re
sponsibility of their positions. Beading price
to be paid for turning rooms in a distance of
miriy iouj i eei irom center ol neaoing. Head
ing price to be paid fur making cut-througbs
seventy-bve (75) feet apart, and all other cut
throughs ordered made by pit boss, and for no
uuiera.
A SLIDING SCALE.
2. It Is agreed that the above rates of
wages and prices for contract work shall be the
minimum rates and prices paid by the said H.
C. Frick Coke Company at all the works owned
or operated by them in the Connellsvilie coke
region during the term ot this agreement, and
for each and every advance of ten (10) cents
per ton over and above 1 35 per ton in the price
of furnace coke f . o. b. cars at ovens, 2X cents
per 100 bushels shall be added to the above
prices for mining and loading coal, and one and
one-half 1)4) cents per 100 bushels of coal
charged shall be added to the above price of
drawing coke, and two (2) per cent to be added
to all other labor given in tbe above list, and
two (2) per cent to be added to wages of all
other classes or kinds of labor at each plant not
given in tbe above list.
Provided that all other coke operators in the
Connellsvilie region will sign, on or before tbe
1st of April next, the same scale or its equiva
lent for the regulation of the wages of their
employes during the year 1SS9, and in case this
scale or its equivalent is not signed and paid by
the other operators in the Connellsvilie coke
regions generally, on or Dciore tne 1st of April,
it is distinctly understood and agreed by the
parties hereto that the rates of wages herein
and hereby fixed aro to be stricken out. aban
doned, and no longer to be paid by said II. C.
Frick Coke Comnanv. and tbe average warp
paid in the region at works outside of Frick
Coke Company on April 1, 1889. are to be
adopted and substituted instead and to be paid
by said Frick Coke Company, and the scale in
this agreement for regulating advances and re
ductions in wages of said Frlck Coke Company
shall be null and void, and wages to oe paid bv
said Frick Coke Company during the term of
this agreement, on or after April 1, 1889. shall
be advanced and reduced as tbe wages paid gen
erally by tho other operators in the region aro
advanced and reduced: that is to say, on and
after the 1st of April next, during tbe term of
this agreement, it is distinctly understood and
agreed that tbe said Frick Coke Company are
not to pay any higher wages than the average
wages paid by other operators in this region
generally.
TIMELY WARNING GUARANTEED.
3. It Is also agreed that the management are
to have the right to employ any person or per
sons tbey desire to employ, and no others.
4. A suspension of work by the employes for
any cause whatever shall not be allowed at any
plant owned or operated by the said Frick Coke
Company, unless six days' written notice stat
ing the difficulty or grievance, and asklnc for
an adjustment of same, signed by the local offi
cers at the plant where tbe trouble exists, and
by the district officers of National Progressive
Union, shall have been previously given to the
general superintendent of said company at his
office in Scottdale, and the said Frick Coco
Company shall not suspend operations or close
down any plant owned or operated by mem in
the Connellsvilie coke region unless six days'
written notice, statirg cause of suspension,
shall have been previously given by said com
pany to district officers of National Progressive
Union and to the employes ot bald plant by
posting written notices at works.
5. In case a suspension of work should occur
f or any cause at any or all -the coke works
owned or operated by the said coke company
in tbe Connellsvilie coke region, it is hereby
agreed that all the coke shall be drawn ont of
tbe ovens at the proper time when around."
6. Haulers, trackmen and all othersemployed
inside shall furnish their own oil and attend to
their own lamps, the H. C. Frick Coke Com
pany to furnish safety lamps only.
7. Payments to De made semi-monthly.
This agreement to take effect February L
1889, and to continue in effect and binding on
said H. C Frick Coke Company and all their
employes until December SI, 1889.
A SUEPBI8ED OFFICIAL.
The other day William Mullen, who was
secretary of the M. and L. A. A. and the
N. P. TJ., remarked to the correspondent of
a Pittsburg paper:
Retarding the present strike, I am somewhat
surprised to see the Frlck employes taking the
initiative and the others at work. The Frick
company paid higher wages man any ether
i toon 2vC ujauapreJ April
1, 18S9, and then only reduced metrites to the
average of wages paid at the other'works after
it was f onnd tnat the wages arbe other works
could not be bronght np.v ih'e Frick standard.
Futhermore, the present wages paid by the
Frick company apfl other conditions, such as
hours of labor, and a provision that six days'
uw.ux? w icuiu; ciuior eiuo uciore suspend
ing work, and she component parts of a scale
signed by tbprrepresentatlves of each one of
tbe Frick works in tbe region. Had the strike
been brought about at the other coke works in
the region, it is sale to say that no strike would
be needed at the Frick works, as that company
hasall along declared its willingness to pay any
wages or sign any scale agreed to by the other
coke operators.
It will be observed from all this that the
Frick men, having been unable to bring
the remainder of the district up to their
level of wages, came down to the lower
level of the other workmen. For two years
the Frick company had paid a material ad
vance on the wages paid by other operators.
This is greatly to the credit ot the company,
and should have secured them the services
of intelligent workmen, who then, as now.
should appreciate the consideration which,
for two years,
HELD UP WAGES
in the vain hope that the remainder of the
workmen of the district would level up to
the top rate. Yet the public sees these men
breaking faith disregarding an agreement
between themselves and the Prick com
pany. How must they be regarded by that
public? Why, simply as men who are so
unreliable that it is impossible tor an em
ployer to have business relations with them,
for it cannot be foreseen what agreement
they will or will not keep. Did not the
district have a sufficiently severe lesson in
the loss of hundreds of thousands in wages
by violation of the umpire's award, that
the men should deliberated refuse to ob
serve the agreement of February? And
now one of "the leaders" is quoted by the
press as saying that tbe agreement was
violated honorably, because all the re
gion had not agreed to it. That is a sillv
plea, for every man who has worked under
the agreement is as much bound by it as
thongli he had signed andsealed it. As for
the others, thev are entitled to no considera
tion from tbe Prick men, for the very good
reasontbat but for them the higher rate that
the Prick company paid for two years would
have yet been the rate. Furnace coke had
gone up as high as $1 60 during those two
years, yet nothing was done by the under
paid "remainder." In February it was
$1 25; in April, $1 15, and not well main
tained; then fl 05, and finally it looked as
though the 90-cent days were coming back.
Latterly it bas been $1, with pig metal
stocks increased some hundreds of thous
ands of tons over what they were at the close
of 1888, though with somewhat better pros
pects than was the case a month ago.
The scale suggested by the Knights of
Labor convention of April 13, and now the
demand, is: One dollar per 100 bushels for
mining room coal; 1 20 per 100 bushels for
mining heading coal and all other narrow
work; 52 10 per day of eight hours 'or drivers,
cagers, horsebackmen, timbermen, track
men and roperidera; chargers, 4c per oven;
GOc per 100 bushels of coal charged tor coke
drawing; 10c per oven for leveling; black
smiths, 1'2 25 per day; helpers, $1 85 per
day; carpenters, $2 35 per day; car greasers,
1 75 per day; all other classes of work in
proportion. The
OBSTACLE TO A- HIGH SCALE
is that it may be too heavy to carry its own
weight; tbe rate might require so large ad
vance in the price of coke as to curtail tbe
demand very,matenally; for there are other
coke regions, and furnace operators have a
way of using more largely than usual of
bituminous and anthracite coal when Con
nellsvilie rates go too high in' proportion to
those tnels. It would not be wise to touch
that point. It would be wise under all the
present aspects to make concessions on Doth
sides 'and thereby incur no loss from pro
longed shut-down, aud secure a higher rate
of wages and a better figure for coke. And
it would be wise for the Frick men to not
let the grass grow under their feet in
hustling back in pursuit of the honor they
dropped when they broke the agree
ment. The Frick company workmen
were for two years treated most honor
ably and liberally by the company, and
judging from that experience it is more
than probable that this treatment may be
continued if the parties in interest will but
come together resolved on a solution of the
trouble on business principles, which would
include what we recommended in our edito
rial advice of February 2, published in the
foregoing, namely, insistence that the rate of
the district be uniform. They can get the
February scale with a 6-cedt advance if
they follow this advice, and they know from
the'history of the last two years that the
National Labor Tribune gives good advice.
Better have your committee call on Super
intendent Lynch at once, and likely enough
it will end, if not nrecisely in a "love
feast," at least in something which will be
infinitely preferable to a prolonged strike.
HE SAYS THEY MOST 60.
Those British Glass Worker Will Not be
Able to May Here An Appenl to tbe
Supreme Conrt Does Not Help Them.
Homer L. McGaw was quietly sitting in
a printing office on Fourth avenue yester
day afternoon when a reporter asked him
what would be the next move in the Jean
nette glass workers' case.
"Mr. Lyon did just what I expected he
would do," he said, "and, as far as I can
see, he could not do anything else but
recommend the return of the men to their
native country. I have no doubt that the
Secretary of the Treasury will indorse Mr.
Lvon's recommendation, and then the case
will be put in the hands of Robert D. Lay
ton, the Immigrant Inspector."
"But, suppose the case is appealed to the
Supieme Court?"
"Well, I am not sure whether that can be
done. I have an idea that Secretary Win
dow's decision will be final. But even if
tbe case is taken before a higher tribunal,
the men will have to leave the country
while the case is being tried. They cannot
wait here till the Supreme Court's opinion
is known. If the decision should be in
their favor, they might come back; but, so
soon as the Secretary of the Treasury de
cides that these men were brought over here
in violation of the contract labor law, they
must go back. I helped to frame that law,
aud I ought to know something about it."
THEIR ACTION INDORSED.
The Executive Board orD. A. 125 Discuss,
ins the Coke Strike.
The Executive Board of District Assem
bly 125, K. of L., National Organization of
Miners and Mine Laborers, held their semi
annual meeting yesterday afternoon in K.
of L. Hall, Fifth avenue. Apart from a
general discussion of matters of interest to
miners, two resolutions were passed. In
the first the action of the Connellsvilie
cokers, insisting on 1 cent per bushel for
mining coal, was unanimously indorsed.
In the second they resolved to financially
aid the striking coal miners of Indiana.
The meeting was a lull one, John Cos
tello being among the prominent labor men
present J. B. Eae and E. E. Watchhorp.
who had been expected, were in the Connells
vilie region.
Mr. Costello said he felt sure the strikers
would win. "The strike will not be a long
one," he concluded, "and,I think the oper
ators will see the demands of the men are
just,"
The Scale Still Unsigned.
The Amalgamated scale is still awaiting
the signature of Schoenberger & Co. Presi
dcnt"Weihe stated yesterday afternoon that
nothing could be done until the improve-,
ments at the mill were completed, which
might be three weeks yet.
Another Voluntary Testimonial.
Mr. Isaac Lane, of Homestead, Pa., de
clares that Pe-rn-na, the popular Tonic, and
Man-a-Iin, the snccesslul System Reg a
lator, have wrought wonders for him, and
that in a abort time he expects to feel like a
new man altogether. This adds another to
the thousands of voluntary testimonials to
the efficacy of these two great remedies.
Sold by all druggists $1 a bottle; 6 for $5.
Send to the Peruna Medicine Co., Colum
bus, O., for a copy (sent free) of Dr. Hart
man's "His of Lite." It is full of the most
reliable testimony from all parts ot the
country to the valne of Peruna and Mana
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Capital, $100,000. Surplus, 545,000.
Deposits of $1 and upward received and
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XXX, 1855, Pure Eye Whisky, full
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1800. McKim'a Pure Eye Whisky,
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Monogram, Pure Eye Whisky, full
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Extra Old Cabinet, Pure Eye Whisky,
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Moss Export, Pure Eye Whisky, full
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1880 Export, Pure Eye Whisky, full
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For sale by G. W. Schmidt, Kos, 95 and
97 Fifth ave.
Special Train of Pullman Sleeplrc Can
Pituburc to Chlcngo Via the P.Ai W.Uy.
To comfortably provide for the large num
ber of people patronizing the $9 excursion
to Chicago to-ilay, tbe Chicago express will
be run in two sections. The first, consisting
of four Pullman cars and three day coaches,
will run through without making regular
stops. Tickets and space in sleepers should
be secured early this forenoon.
The Ladles' nnd Children's Summer Bolt
Bursnlns
Are the best value to be found in any suit
department. You will say so when vou see
them. Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Use ''Una" flour finest spring patent in
the world. "Golden Wedding" the best of
bread flours. "Duuuesne" bas no equal as
a pastry flour. Homing's "Ivory," em of
all family flours.
,5.
Low Prices on Ladles Fine Corset Coven,
Gown, dressing sacques, lace trimmed and
nicely made now is the time.
Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
A Ground Floor Gallery,
No. 70 Federal street, Allegheny, Pa.
Bring tbe children; they are our iriends.
Cabinets $1 per dozen. Standard Photo
Art Co. Don't mistake the number, 70.
Visitors to Paris Exposition
Can find "Holmes' Best" rye whiskv at A.
D. Gaillard's, No. 30 Boulevard des Capu
cines, Paris. TTSSa
Iron City Beer,
Brewed only by Frauenbeim & Vibjack, is
geriectly pure, wholesome and nutritious,
old st all first-class bars.
REACHING FOR NEW TERRITORY.
A Renewed Interest In Passenger Railways
for Oakland and Twenty-Third Ward
No Fear ofRlvals.
Promoters and builders of street railways
are of late stirring their stumps actively tor
the right of supplying locomotives to the Oak
land and Squirrel Hill districts. Mention has
already been made of the feeder to be built
on Atwood, Boquet and Ward streets for
the Pittsburg Traction Company. This is
to be furnished with power from Oakland.
Though the accepted ordinance only gives
the right to horse-power, that is so slow and
antiquated that, with the indorsement of
nearly all the property owners, an amend
ment is asked for, giving the privilege to
use electricity, which, it is supposed, as a
matter of course, will be passed at the next
session of Councils. Quick upon the heels
of a project to extend this line up Green
field avenue, and out toward a point opoo
posite Homestead, comes a charter to other
parties for an electric road from the junc
tion of Craft and Fifth avenues over WH
mot street to Sylvan avenue, and thence
along tbe same Greenfield avenue route.
This latter plan is supposed to hitch in
with the charters issued already for Forbes
and Diamond streets. It is thought to have
in view a through line competing with the
Pittsburg Traction. The Pittsburg Traction
people, however, seem to have the "call" on
the Greenfield avenue part ot the route, as
there was a lormer company chartered for
that route, with which they are understood
to be in negotiation.
One of the Traction people, who was
spoken to on the subject yesterday, said that
the latter company is not greatly trouoiea
by prospect of immediate or early competi
tion; that a good many things have tone
done before rights of way for an opposition
line are likely to be secured into the heart
of the citv, and that, as for the electric
rights in Oakland, they will hardly be re
fused when public convenience and the
property owners demand them, merely to
await undeveloped ideas in other directions.
The territory through which these new
roads will pass now consists mainlv of open
fields, but the common idea is that, with
means of travel furnished, it would become
rapidly settled and prosperously populous.
An Unpunishable Offense.
Arnat Pugh, sent 30 days to the work
house by Magistrate HcKeuna as a suspi
cious character, was discharged yesterday
by Judge Collier, on a writ of habeas cor
pus. The principal complaint against Pugh
was that he was a "loafer" and as no pen
alty is provided ior in such a case, he was
discharged.
Arouse to Action
A dormant liver, or you will suffer all the tor
tures incident to a prolonged billons attack.
Constipation, headaches, dyspepsia, furred
toncne, sour breath, pain in tbe right side,
will admonish you of neglect. Discipline tbe
recalcitrant organ at once with Hostetter's
Ktc-nach Bitters and expect prompt relief.
Kal&riJ, rheumatibm, kidney complaint, ner
vousness and debility are thoroughly relieved
by tbe Bitters.
Onr Upholstery Department Does Repair
ing Promptly.
"Now is the best time for fixing up odds
aud ends of furniture, draperies, etc. Es
timates furnished.
JOS. HORNE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
MEETING.
PrnsBUHO. Pa, Ango.n6.18S9.
-VTOTICE-TIIE ANMJAIi MEETING OF
XT the stockholders of the Plttsburc Force
and Iron Company, will be held at the office of
the company. Tenth street near Penn avenue,
on TUESDAY. Anpust 20, 1SS9 at 11 o'clock A.
if., for the election of directors for the ensuing
year, and for snch other business as mav be
bronght before them. JAMES K. VEKtfER,
Secretary. au6-31
rE MEMBERS OF IONIC LODGE, NO.
625. F. A A. M.. will meet at Masonic Hall,
Diamond. Allegheny, THURSDAY, Angnst 8.
at 11 o'clock sharp, to attend tbe funeral of our
late Bro. Charles P. Miles. Members of sister
lodges respectfully Invited. Interment at Se
wickley. Trains leave P.. F.W. and C. R. R. sta
tion at 12:45 P. it, city time. By order BENJ.
N. MCLAIN, W. M. E. P. KERR, Sec. au7-45
JJRIDGE NOTICE U. 8. ENGINEER'S
J office, Louisville, Ky., August 3, 1889. The
oard of Engineers, constituted to consider the
plans and location of a proposed bridge across
tbe Ohio river, will meetin public session at the
MrLuro House Wbeelin", W. Va at 11 A.M.,
AUGUST 13, 1SS9. All persons interested are
Invited to be present to express their opinions
concerning plan and location of tbe proposed
bridge. AMOS STICKNEY, Major of En
gineers. President of the Board. au6-32
AUCTION HALES.
AUCTION SALE FRIDAY MORNING,
AUGUST 9, at 10 o'clock sharp.
Fine parlor suit In English rug, French tap
estry, plush and haircloth parlor furniture,
fine mirrors, pictures, bric-a-brac, door cur
tains, shailes, clock, lamps, rugs, odd easy
chairs, bookcases, cabinets, hall racks, dinner
and tea sets, toilet ware, hair and busk mat
tresses, chamber suits, folding beds, lounges,
washstands, bedsteads, bureaus, chiffoniers,
desks, sideboards, extension tables, breakfast
and kitchen tables, linoleum, Brussels and in
grain carpets, stoves, kitchen utensils, laundry
goods, notions, etc, etc, etc
HENRY AUCTION CO., LDL,
au8-9S Auctioneers.
PROPOSALS.
SEALED PROPOSALS FOR THE EREC
TION of a church and school building at
Jeannette, Pa., and addressed to tho under
signed, will be received until Friday, August
16, 3 o'clock P. H. Plans and specifications
may be seen at the cigar and news store corner
of Clay ave. and Seventh street, Jeannette, Pa.,
or at the office of H. iloeser. Architect, 612
Liberty ave., Pittsburg, Pa. Tho right is re
served to reject any or all bids. T. BLASIUS,
P. O. box S3, Penn station, Westmoreland
connty. Pa. auS-60
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED
proposals will be received at the Burgess'
office In the borough of Greensburg, Pa., until
12 o'clock noon,AUGUST 17, A. D., 18S9, for the
erection of a main brick and stone sewer in
and upon Coal Tar run. In said Dorougb, being
about L450 feet long. Plans and specifications
can be seen at any time at my office m said
borough. Bidders will come and see lor them
selves and the right to reject any and all bids Is
reserved. CYRUS TLONG.
an"-35-p Borough Engineer.
OFFICIAL PITTSBURG.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at the office of the Ciiy Con
troller until Friday, August 16, 1889, at 2 o'clock
P. M., for the erection of a police station In
the Thirty-sixth ward. Plans and specifications
can be seen at tbe office of the Snperintendent
of the Bureau of Police. Bonds in donble the
amount of bids will bo reqnired. said bonds to
be probated before the Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department ot Awards reserves the right
to reject any qr all bids. J. O. BROWN,
Chief of the Department of Public Safety.
auB-98
LEGAL NOTICES.
W. ST. MCCOOK,!
-VTOTTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
JLl letters testamentary on the estate of
Samuel Palmer, deceased, haso been granted
to the undersigned, to whom all debts due said
estate must be paid and all claims against the
S'ASi?10 Pre?nted at once. JaMES W.
BROWN, Howe, Brown t Co.. Limited. Penn
avenue. Seventeenth street, Pittsburg
auS-61-Th B
W.
F. MCCOOK. Pollcitn.
VrOTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
application will be made to the Governor
of Pennsylvania, on FRIDAY. A no-,,., on ,cm
l?7iy,1,Y'am?yle'.J?ne8 M. BaUey vvi'11iam'
McMillan, Edward Hogan, William C King
and Augustus H. Heisey under the act of As
sembly, entitled "An act to provide for the in
corporation and regulation of certain corpora
tions," approved April 29, 187i and the sup
plements thereto, for (he charter of an intend
ed corporation to be called Pittsburg Clay Pot
Company, the character and object of which is
the manufacture of clay pots and other articles
made from fire clay, and for these purposes to
have.jpossess and enjoy all the rights, benefits
and privileges of said act of Assembly and sup
plements thereto. ' auie2
-JtwI-OXICB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
XtI application will be made to the Governor
of Pennsylvania on Friday. Angust 23. 1889 bv
WiUiam Doyle James 7M. EeyfThSnia?
Evans, Edward Hogan, William CKlng and
Augustus H. Heisey, under the act of Assem
bly, entitled "An act to provide for the Incor
poration and regulation of certain corpora
tions." approved April 29, 1874, and the supple
ments thereto, for the charter of an intended
corporation to be called Pittsburg Clay Pot
Company, the character and object of which Is
the manufacture of clay pots and other articles
from fire day, and for these purposes to have,
possess and enjoy all the rights, benefits and
privileges of said "act of Assembly andsupple
mena thereto. W. F. MCCOOK, Solictor.
,- aui-a-m
M&Display advertisements one dollar per
iquare for one insertion. Classified advertise
ment on Hits page such as Wanted, Tor Sale,
To Zct, efcv, fen cents per line or each inter
lion, and none taken or less Vwm fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
BRA2TCH OFFICES.
For tbe accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where "Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with Tax dis
patch, PITTSinjEQ.
THOMAS MCCAFFBEY, 3V Butler street.
EMIL O. STUCKET. S4th street and i'enn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY i CO., Wylle ave. and Fultoast
N. fcTOKXlr, Fifth Avenue Market House.
XASTXXD.
J. Vf. WALLACE, SlZlFenn avenue.
OAKLAND.
MCALLISTEK & SHElBLEK.Sthav. A Atwood it.
EOUTHSIPB.
JACOB SPOHN. No. I Carson street.
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carson street.
ALLEGHENY.
A. J. KAEECHEH, 89 Federal street.
H. j. McBKIOE. Federal and Ohio streets.
KBED H. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
If. H. EGREKS ft SON, Ohio and Chestnnt itl.
. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
xhomas MCHENBY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PEKKY M. GLCIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
WANTED.
UlaJe Beln.
TU"ANTED-PANT3 AND VESTMAKERS AT
,vY w. A. MOSES & CO.'S, 91 Franklin St.,
Johnstown, Pa. au7-16
XTTANTEO A BOY TO FF.EU JOB PRESSES
V Immediately. Apply PITTS. PHOUO. ENG.
CO., 77 Diamond st. auS-95
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS CUTTER TO OO
outoftown: call between 11 andSo'elock
at 932 LIBERTY STREET. auS-78
WANTED-BARBERS AT THE ORIGINAL
and old reliable barbers' supply house, 80
DIAMOND ST., Pittsburg. au$-94-8.9.12,14,16
Tt7"ANTED-TWO MEN TO DO DRAUGHT
S' T ING in the Iron business; state salary and
experience. Address B. A. C, Dispatch office.
au8-3-Thsu
"VTTANTED-GOOD MAN IN EVERY TOWN;
VV salary paid weekly. Address SHERMAN,
TANGENBEKG & CO., 160 W. Lake St., Chicago.
au3-65
"TTTANTED A GENTLEMAN TO REPRESENT
TV a sre oncK works: one influential with Iron
manufacturers.
Address, with reference, X DIs-
paicn orace,
aus-w
WANTED-2 GREEN SAND AND 2 LOAM
molders: none but good mechanics need
apply. GLOUCESTER IRON WORKS, Glouces
ter City, N.J. au7-29
WANTED
-TWO GENTLEMEN OUT OF
v v empio'
vment- 'who belonir to one or more
oecrei societies. i,
R. CUTTER, 1036 Penn ave-
nue, second floor.
au9-o
TITANTED-SHIPFING, CLERK: MUST BE
TV experienced; apply by mall with refer-
lencea; apply oy mail witn rerer
ersonal application considered. W.
cucca, nu personal application C(
W. LAURENCE & CO., Water St.
aus-9i
WANTED COMPETENT MAN TO BUN
pneumatic riveting machine. Address, with
references, etc., A. JV LUI.LOCK. Prop. Mo.
Valley Bridge and Iron W'ks, Leavenworth, Kas.
auS-45
WANTED FOREMAN FOR DRY AND
green sand shop at the Gloucester Iron
W orks. Gloucester City, N.J. competent men only
need apply. Address SUPERINTENDENT, at
works. au3-3S
WANTED FIRST-CLASS PRESCRIPTION
glass blowers Immediately; will pay 10 per
cent more than nnlon list; steady Job: fare paid to
Chicago. Telegraph CHICAGO GLASS MFG.
CO., Chicago. au5-2
WANTED WELL QUALIFIED YOUNG
man for assistant bookkeeper; some ex
perience In hardware preferred. Address, stating
age, qualifications, experience and salary expect
ed, B. B., Dispatch office. aus-76
WANTED-AOENTSTOSELLTEA. BAKING
powder and pure spices: gifts with goods;
coke workers, miners or mlllmin can makemoney
In their spare time. YAMASH1BO TEA CO., M
Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa. Ja26-8S-TTS
TTJANTED-AN ACTIVE BUSINESS MAN.
TV living outside Pittsburg, to represent our
bouse In tblt State: salary about tluo monthlr;
references given and exacted. SUPT. MFG.
HOUSE, Lock Box 1610, N. Y. oc7-48-Th
-TTTANTED-8 ALESMAN, LOCAL AND TRAV
TV ELING. visiting wholesale and retail con.
fectloners. Ice cream manufacturers; side line:
fair commission; goods tboroughly advertised:
see confectioners' Journals. G. H. LOWELL &
CO.. Buffalo, N. Y. au6-77
TTANTED-BAD WRITERS AT SMART'S
Y V Eclectic Shorthand and Business College, 4
Sixth street, Pittsburg. Good penmanship taught
in a few lessons. Instruction thorough and pri
vate ror both sexes. College open day and even
ing through summer.' Jyl3-95-TTS8u
WANTED SALESMAN EXPERIENCED
and reliable man on commission, with lines
not conflicting, to sell our line or children's and
lnrants' shoes to establlshe trade in Ohio. Pltts
burc and vicinity. Address, with reference, A.
K. BROWN & CO., Orwlgsburg, Pa. au6-41
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED AND CAPA
BLE stenographer and Remington machine
operator: must be a gentleman, prepared to en
gage for Immediate service: none other need ap
ply. Apply between 9 and 10 o'clock and 10 and 1
o'clock to-day, ROOM 411, Lewis building, 605
Smlthfield st. auS-9
WANTED-SALESMEN-WE WISH A FEW
men to sell our goods by sample to the
wholesale and retail trade; on salary; largest
manufacturers In our line; Inclose 2c stamp: wages
S3 per day; permanent position; money advanced
I?r wages, advertising, etc. CENTENNIAL
M'F'G.CO.. Cincinnati. O. Je29-l-TTS8u
TJANTED MAN-TO TAKE AGENCY OF
TV our safes; size 28x18x18 Inches: weight 600
lbs. ; retail price 35; other sixes In proportion ; rare
chance to create permanent business at borne;
these safes meet demand never before supplied by
other safe companies, as we are not governed by
tbe Safe Pool. ALPINE SAFE CO., Cincinnati, O.
Jeaw-D
TTJANTED-AGEMSTOHANDLETHENEW
v v patent chemical ink erasing pencil: great
est novelty ever produced: erases Ink lntwosec
or 'a, no abrasion of paper; 200 to 600 per cent
Srofit; one agent's sales amounted to f&O In six
ays;anotherf321n two hours; territory absolutely
free: salary to good men; no ladles need answer;
sample 35 cents. For terms and full particulars
address the manufacturers, J. W. SKINNER A
CO., Onalaska, Wis. au6-49
WANTED COMPETENT MAN WHO IS
thoroughly familiar with the manufacture
of iron bridges and experienced In the manage
ment of men, to act as assistant superintendent
of bridge shops; will pay right party fair
salary on year's engagement. Address,
with full particulars as to experience
and references as to ability and character, A. J.
LULLOCK, Prop Mo. ViUey Bridge and Iron
W'ks, Leavenworth, Kas. auS-45
Female Help.
-TT7" ANTED SEAMSTRESS AT 163 SECOND
T v AVE. ; one who understands dressmaking.
au8-9a
-TT7"ANTED TWO EXPERIENCED CHAM
W BEBMAIDS at BOYLE'S HOIEL. 32 and
33 Diamond square, Pittsburg. au8-5
"WASTu,rTWO,GIKLS wno UNDEB-
TV STAND general nousework and cooking;
most have good recommendations; German girls
who can speak English preferred. Address an
swers to INO.U1RER, Dispatch ofllce. au7-17
Stale nnd Female ITelD.
-TTTANTED A SHOW TROUPE TO PLAY
VV during Fair week. Sept. 16 to 21: corned v
corapanypreferred; good business. Address W.
E. YVG
UJUll
ilOLO, ConneautvUle. Pa.
au7-14
Ty ANTED -COOK AND CHAMBERMAID
TV for small family, laundresses, cooks, cham
bermaids, dining room girls, nurses, house girls,
German and colored girls, waiters, drivers, farm
hands MRS. E. THOMPSON, 608 Grant St.
lyl4-43-HTbs
WANTED-ATONCE, WHITE WAITER FOR
private family, rarm hands, colored wait
ers, seamstress, housekeeper. 60 cooks. 20 cham
bermaids. 4 dining room girls, laundry girls, head
laundress, second cook. MEEHANS, 645 Grant
st. auS-D
WANTED -125 WEEKLY-REPHE8ENTA-TIVE,
male or female. In every community;
goods staple: bousebold necessity; sell at sight: no
peddling; salary paid promptly, and expenses ad
vanced. Full particulars and valuable sample
cate f?: I" mean Jutt what we say. Address at
once STANDARD SU.VEKWARE CO., Boston.
Mass. Jel4-70-D
Situations.
WANriJJ-POSITION IN RESTAURANT BY
young man; can speak and read and write
German and English, idi'jess 715 CARSON ST.,
. F au7-25
WANTED-SALESMAN -A LIVE, ENER
. . GETIC worker with nxnerience wishes no-
sltlon with drygoods house.
wl.l. .! .- . -. JJ ....
Box 954, Lock 1
&UU-CSJI A. Jj. iU ,
SU5-U
c uayen.
. Pa.
WANTED SITUATION BY AN EXPKR-
1ENCED bookkeeper; speaks German and
English and can give satisfactory reference. Ad
dress B. A. B., Dispatch office. au8-2
WANTED A FOBEMANSHIP BY AN EX
, . PEBIENCED man on drawings, planing
mill buildings and lumber yard ; best of reierence
rurniahed. Address DRAWINGS, Dispatch
office. au8-7i
Financial.
WANTEp-MOBTGAGES ON
EBTY, over S4.000: 4 rjer
CITY PROP.
HW); iH per cent; no tax.
HB?-BYA- WEAVKB4CO.. KFourth avenue.
mh2-a22-D
cent counties at 6 per cent.
. M.PENNOCK4
Dui iwsoannaTenae.
Sp7-f41
WNTElTO LOAN 20O,00O ON MURT
, GAGBS; P60 and upward at 8 per cent;
60,060 at 4M per cent on residences or business
SK?rJB ?1-Jn-?aJo,nlnf counties. S. H,
FRENCH, 135 FoBTta avenue. ocai-cM-D
WANTED.
Financial.
TfTANTED-TO LOAN tI-0.000 AT H AND
VV 5 per cent, GEO. JOHNSTON, 62 Fourth
ave. au8-84
XU"ANTED-MOKTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
TV In tarns to salt at j, 5 and 8 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 1M Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
pl9-H-TTSSa
WANTEO-MOKTGAGE-S30a TO 1300,000 TO
loan at H. S and S percent. JAS. W.
DKAPE & CO., 123 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
auS-'JO-D
WANTEO MORTGAGES MONEY TO
loan on bond aud mortgage: Pittsburg or
Allegheny property preferred. GEO. JOIIN
bTON, 62 Fourth aye. ang-84
WANTED-MOBTGAGES-tl. 000,000 TO LOAN
In large and small amounts at 4)4, Sand 6
per cent, free or State tax: no delay. BEEU B.
fOYLE & CO., 131 Fourth ave. rayH-60
WAN TED-TO LOAN (350,020 ON MORT
GAGES In amounts to suit. In city or coun
try, at to 6 per cent, as to security: no delay.
SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO., 99 Fourth ave.
JjrH-lG-MThS
-VTTANTED-TO LOAN 00,000. IN AMOUNTS
V V or fi,0(M and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4) percent, free or tax: also smaller
amounts at Sands per cent. BLACK & BA1RD,
Si t ourth avenue. seil-d-B-D
Boarding.
-TTTANTED PERMANENT BOARD IN A
IV private family lor a married couple, with
4-year-old child; room furnished or unfurnished.
Address, stating terms, K. K.. Dispatch office.
aus-14
WANTED-GOOD BOARD AND NEATLY
furnished room in private family by gentls
man and wire; room must be second storr front,
with good closet and privileges orbath; both gases,
etc: reasonable terms expected: parties perma
nent if suited. Address, giving full particulars,
M. 447, Dispatch office. " ' auS.75
Boarders and Loiterers.
TTTANTED-IN THE E. E.-TWO OR THREE
T v eeuilemen for a large, pleasant room, with
boarding: terms (3) per month. Address M. B.
P., East Liberty P. O. au8-72
-TTTANTED-'1! 0R TVVO CHILDREN TO
V V board In a private family; no other chil
dren; shade trees and playground; best of care
guaranteed. Address X. Y. Z., Dispatch office.
auS-83
Partner.
WANTED-PAETNER WITH 00 TO OPEN
a paying business In a first-class location.
Address H. B., Dispatch office. aus-l
TTTANTED-GOOD PARTI TO BUY HALF
V v Interest In established manufacturing- bus
iness; capital about S000; but what mean busi
ness seen apply. Address P. O. BOX 121, Alle
gheny, Pa. au8-77
OTIacellaneons.
TTTANTED TWENTY HORSES AND CARTS
.TV. wages M per day per team. Inquire of
day
T, 6:
BENNEIT
Ll CH JI
ALBOT, Oreensburg, Pa. auS-70
WANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
doien (13) of Stewart & Co. 's fine 'cabinet
photos for 1, at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
gheny. mv2S-49-TTSa
"TTTANTED ATTENTION, FARMERS!
VT wanted fallen apples, suitable ror elder
vinegar. 11. J. HEUiZ L CO., lbs Second ave.,
Pittsburg, or 213 Main St., Allegheny. auS-100
WANTED-LADIES TO KNOWHAUGH &
Keenan repair, reflnlsh or upholster old
furniture promptly and In tbe best possible man
ner. 33ANDM WATEE8T. 'Phonel62S. myD-82
WANTED TO STAKT A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BFKS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one in the club at SI 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX 501, and I will call and snow you the watch.
Jy3-40
WANTED BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER, 96 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that be is making fine cabinets at 1 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous process. mhl3-63
TTTANTED BARBERS TO KNOW THAT THE
T T secret oi our snecess is tnat we nave 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 ctty and adjacent
towns Is sufficient evidence of our claim. BOSS
W. BLACK. 80 Diamond St., Pittsburg; the orig
inal Barbers' Supply House.
anS-94-8, 8. 12,14,16
FOK SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
CItr Residences.
TO LET AT fl5 PER MONTH. NEAT BRICK
house: 6 rooms: No. 201 Plymouth st. W. A.
I1ERBON A SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
au8-93-8, 12, 16, 20, 24
TjWR SALE THREE-STORY BRICK DWELL-
s' i. containing iu rooms, on Koss street.
near Fourth avenue.
62 i ourth avenue.
GEO.
JOHNSTON, Agent,
auo-M
FOK SALE-2-STORY BRICK DWELLINGS IN
First and Second want at less than value;
one of them with Immediate possession. C. H.
LOVE. 93 Foarth ave. au8-92
FORSALE ATABAEGAIN.PKESS ED BRICK
dwelling In good location In Sixth ward;
price It, 600: this is a good property and cheap.
C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth ave. au8-92
T710K SALE-ON THIRD AVE., NEAR GRANT
JD ST.. three-story brick dwelling, containing
11 rooms and bathroom: lot
ft. GEO.
JOHNSTON, Agt,, 82 Fourth ave.
aus-84
FOB SALE-BLUFF ST., NEAK COLLEGE,
new brick bouse, 8 rooms, hall, bathroom,
finished basement; all late Improvements; lot 23
ft. 9 In. by 133 ft.: terms to suit. KOBT. COW
ABD, No. 20 Bluff St. asl-87-TTSSn
TTIOR SALE ONLY t2.a0-8EVERAI.
NO. I
MmtTi-
J? brick dwellings on Twenty-sixth St..
slde.B eaeh containing six roams and" finished
attic hall, vestibule, natural gas, good cellar.
&c. ; very liberal terms; small cash payment, bal
ance as rent, and only one square from proposed
cable line. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
aut-ca ,
FOR SALE 6 HANDSOME HOUSES ON SID
NEY St.. above Twenty-third: the best loca
tion on the Southslde: houses have pressed brtck
front, contain 8 rooms, with 'bath and laundry,
city water, both gases and first-class plumbing;
are one square from Carson st. cars; terms, f 1.000
cash, balance payable as arranged to suit the pur
chaser. Apply, as noted on PREMISES, or to B.
PHILLIPS; Dispatch office, llfthaye., city.
au6-6S-rrssu
FOR SALE-HOUSES AND LOT, 162 FORTY
FIRST street, at auction, on Saturday, Au
gust 10, 4 o'clock; Iot25xlo0; one frame and two
brick houses, four rooms and attio each, cellars,
water and sewerage to each house; yearlr rents,
S52a: limited price, (5.000, at which sale' will be
made If more cannot be realized: this sale should
receive special attention. Further particulars by
JAS. E. CREIGHION 4 CO., 12 Federal St., and
A. LEGGATE & SON, Auctioneers, 31 Federal
St., Allegheny. au7-52
East End Residences.
TCTOR SALE-A PRETTY. NEW QUEEN ANNE
I? bouse In the East End of 9 rooms, reception
hall, range, bath, laundry, complete In ail re
spects; close to P. R. K. ; elegant lot 50x100; paved
iin.auu trciiscnctcuj i,uuu uown, Daiance on
time. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
J2S-U-D
TCWR SALE COZY 4-ROOMED HOUSE, AL
Ju MOST new, on Broad st., and lot 24x145 ft..
through to Kirkwood St.. giving opportunity for
front on two streets: this property Is beautifully
located and every way In good repair and a nice
little home: price 82.700. on easy payments.
MELLON BROTHERS, 6349 Station St., F.E.
au4-42-TTSSU
FOR SALK-f3.000 OAKLAND RESIDENCE
property, substantial 12-room frame dwell
ing, hall In center, bath, gas, water, etc.: lot45x
22u to a street; good stable and carriage house on
rear: the lot contains a number of magnificent
forest, shade and fruit trees; 6 minutes' walk from
Firtli ave., and directly on line of new cable loop.
SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO., 99 Fourth ave.
auX-50-MTTS
FOB SALE HOUSES AND LOTS AT
executors' sale, to settle up an estate, situate
on Friendship avenue, opposite Mary St.. third
firoperty east from Penn avenue, about 45 feet
ront and about 65 feet In depth, with 2 small
houses thereon, to be sold at public sale by order
of executor, on Saturday afternoon, August 10,
at 3 o'clock, on the premises. Terms, etc, from
JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO., Agent? and Aue
tloneers, 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. an8-87
OR SALE PARTIES LOOKING FOR
houses cannot find a more desirable situation
than Oakland sonare: the ffnittir nnmh nr th.
durably built, handsomely finished new dwellings
erected there have been sold within the past sixty
days; asphalt pavements, natural ana artificial
gas, a beautiful park planted with shade trees,
and convenience to the city, being but 20 minutes
by Pittsburg Traction road, are among the ad
vantages. Prices, jn.500andsa.700, on easy terms.
Apply to C. II. CHANCE, on the premises.
Allechenr Residences.
FOR SALE AT NO. 21 NORTH DIAMOND
street. Allegheny, at auction, on Friday after
noon, August 9, at 2 o'clock, on the prem
ises, two-story brick house of 6 rooms and attic,
both gases and water: lot 15x65: terms, o00 cash,
and balance In 5 years; possession at onee. for
urther particulars see EWINO 4 By LBS. Heal
Estate Brokers and Auctioneers, ito. 107 Federal
street, Allegheny. au4-72-TTT8a
Suburban Residences..
FOR SALE-HOUSE AND FINE LARGE LOT.
60x160 feet, at Wllktnsburg; contiguous to K.R.
station; a most beautiful property; nice smooth
lawn all around tbe lot, and fragrant with floral
loveliness; a bargain. JAS. W. DKAPE 4 CO.,
129 Fourth avenue. Pittsburg. aus-87
OB SALE A GOOD DWELLING AND
large lot at CraRon: convenient to railroad sta
tion; S nice rooms: 3 porches: good water; natural
gas: fine lot. 53x150 feet: abundance of fruit; stable
and out-bulldlngs; price only S3.50O; very cheap;
only 2 minutes from station. JAS. W. DBAPK4
CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. au-87
FOE S I ALE-EMS W ORTH, P., F. W. 4 V. R. Vf..
only five minutes' walk from station, several
choice vacant lots; splendid location, good neigh
borhood; convenient to proposed electric road;
will be sold at low rates. If you want a lot In this
vicinity call now on BLACK 4 BAIBD. 95 Fourth
ave. (1H-48). au6-s-TT8
TriOK SALE-A VALON STATION.
U ... L
A.- u. i
a irnrwl S-mnm frtm. rtw0llfni. ta
Au.j w.u.ucu luroujcaoub; stale msnieis, eic.;
natural gas; X acre of ground covered with fruit
and shade trees: most beautiful view on the Ohio
4 BAlfiD. 95 Fourth ave. aul-93-D
...n.lw .n1 ..1 .. 1 . -a-. .- .
TT'OR SALE ELEGANT RESIDENCE AT
X! Edgewood station, p. R. B .Franklin street,
convenient to station, pretty suburban home con
taining 10 rooms and bathroom. Inside w.c, range,
etc; this house Is finished in hard wood and has
city water, natural gas, electric lights and alarms,
etc.: good stable with water, gas and electric
lights; If you want a choice home don't fall to see
ik ?' Lm.5 offlce tor Particulars. BLACK 4
BAlliD. 96 Foam ave. lA-aw. au-ru
FOR SAI.B LOTS.
CItr Lots.
FOK SALE-LOTS ONBLUFF AND VICKROt
its., near collsge; terms to sulk BOBT.
COWARD. SO Bluff st. aul-7-TTSSu
T7I0B SALE 45x80 FEET ON SECOND AVE
I? NUE, near SmlthOeld street. GEO. JOHN
STON, Agent, 62 Fourth avenue. an8-84
East End Lots.
TTIOR SALE-SECURE ONE OF THOSE VERY
Jj desirable lots for a home or Investment, Villa
Park nlsn; now la thp time to secure a selection.
Colored plan from JOHN F. BAXTE1L Agent, 512
Bmlthfle.'d st.
an
:-9-'
TTSSU
FOR SALE-PROPERTY" ON IMPROVED
street, being advertised at SG2 a foot front. I
can offer you choice lots on wide streets, curbed.
seireredand wide flagstone sidewalks, from WOio
50 a foot front: Investigate this. JNO. F. BAX
1ER, Agent, (12 Smlthfield st. aut-O-TTSSU
FOR SALE-ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A
bargain? If so, we offer fine building sites
on Mellon St., one sqnare from Negley ave.. tbe
finest street In tbe East End: Just think of this
bargain. 3J aft. front for 50 ft. lots. MELLON
BROTHERS, GH9 Station St.. E.E. au4-39-TTSU
FOR SALE-193) FOR A LOT 24x100 FEET ON
Homewood avenue, Homewood. We have a
limited number of lots in this plan, and on easy
Eayments, are rare bargains for business sites;
ave also a few residence sites in this neighbor
hood, ranging in price from S450 upward. rite
for printed list or properties lor sale. MELLON
BROTHERS, 6M9 Station st.. . E. au4-41-rrsu
FOR SALE-A FINE LOT ON SOUTH UI
LAND AVE.. EastFnd. adjoining Mr. Theo.
Hart man's and near to Mr. Thos. Lazear's and
others, best part of avenue; size 25x120 feet loan
alley; will be sold at public sale on Monday arter
noon, August 12, at a o'clock, on tbe premises;
terms to suit; title perfect. JAS. W. DltAPE &
CO., Agents and Auctioneers, 129 Fourth ave..
Pittsburg. auS-S-MThs
FOK SALE-A 2-ACRE LOT IN THE EAST
END at evecutor's sale to settle up an estate,
situate on Munford avenue; second lot east from
Brushton street and onl'
:v 3 nimutea walk from
Brushton station :a beau tllnl niece of CTnnnrl. finite
level ana eminently adapted for laving out in lots:
will be sold at public sale by order of executor on
71
prcmlses:peremotorr sale. Terms, etc. from JAS,
W. DRAPE CO.. Agents and Auctioneers, 123
Fourth avenue. Pittsburg. an8-89
Allechenr Lots.
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 McN AUGHKR, 43 N. Diamond st.
mh7-98-D
FOR SALE LOTS I LOTS I LOTS! THE HEN
DERSON property, on Nunnery Hill. Twelfth
ward, Allegheny, Is now for sale at this office;
plans and prices on application. A. LEGGATE
& bON, Agents, 31 Federal St.. AUegbeny.
au8-12
Suburban Lots.
FOR SALE EAST JEANNETTESPECIALTY
Glass Co. plan a few good lots, 40x100: free
f;as; stores needed: 25 houses building: several
arge factories coming In.. 314 HAMILTON
BUILDING. aal-63
FOB SALE-BEAUTIFUL BUILDING SITE
atEdgewood, P. R. R., 100x200 feet: level and
within 3 minutes' walk from station; reasonable
price and easy terms. BLACK X BA1RD. 93
Fourth ave. 3-A. Jy2S-4l-D
FOR SALE-GOOD-SIZED LOT. EDOKWOOD
station, on Maple street, convenient to sta
tion, and in splendid location; will sell cheap;
don't fall to get terms. NO. 9o FOURTH AVE.,
Black &Balrd, 3-A-298 aut-9-MTTS
17IOR SALE-AT ASFINWALL STATION IN
7 the Ross estate tho most desirable suburban
building lots now In the market for sale: prices
very low and terms easy: call or send for plans.
W. A. HEKltON & SONS. No. SO Fourth ave.
aul-61-5-8-13-17-20-24-27-30
Karms.
T7IORSALE FARM10O ACRES: FINEST DAIRY
A.' piace in mis part or Pennsylvania
advanced
bkuui uwuer reason ior selling.
410 Grant St., Pittsburg, Pa.
ED. W1TT1SH,
jy3i-D
FOR SALE FARMS. FARMS, FARMS-70
acres with good house. 6 rooms, barn, etc., 1
mile from Rochester, fj, 000; will take house in or
near Pittsburg In part pay; also 225 acres, 9 room
house, large orchard, 8 miles from Beaver Falls,
for '10,000: will exchange or sell on easy payments.
Send for farm and exchange list, N. F. HURsr,
Rochester. Pa., lock box 49. Twenty acres. 5 room
house, farm and orchard for 1,600; (500 down. (150
a year. au2-56-EOP
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
Cosines Chances
TTOR SALE-GOOD MILK ROUTE IN ALLE-
X' UHtai: also wagon and horse.
Apply 77
LHARLES ST., Allegheny City.
aui-z
FOR SALE-HALF INTEREST IN DRUG
STORE located at Bolivar. Westmoreland
co.. Pa.; best opening In the State for a physi
cian: no other drugstore nearer than 7 miles:
population 800. For further particulars address
11. KELLY. Bolivar, Pa. anS-CS
FOR SALE-THE UNDERSIGNED. A TIN
NEK desiring to retire from business, oilers
for sale his property and business containing a
large storeroom with six other rooms and all
other necessary buildings. For further Informa
tion apply to JOHN lSKNGABT, Ho. 6 Free
port st., Etna Borougb, Pa. au7-l9
FOB 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 10O good
frrocery, dry goods and notion stores: finest,
argest and most profitable bakery and confec
tionery business In tbe two cities: cigar store,
feedstore, milk depots, confectioneries, restau
rant and dining rooms, printing office, livery
stable, shoestores, bakeries, extensive bottling
works. Free particulars. SUEPARD & CO., 54
Fifth ave. au4
Business Stands.
FOR SALE-VALUABLE BUSINESS PBOP
ERTY, cor. beventh ave. and Cberrv alley:
lot 30x100 ft,
ave.
GEO. JOHNSTON. Agt., 62 Fourth
auS-84
FOR SALE-COB. BOSS AND FIRST AVE
NUE, property that will certainly enbance
in value, and win nay 6
asked. W. A. HERRON
6 per cent net on the price
a Bufla, ou jouruiavc.
aul-75-1, 5, 8, 12.15,19
FOK SALE OB RENT THE PLANT OF THE
Crystal Glass Company, situate on the cor
ners ot South Sixteenth. Seventeenth and Sarah
streets, consisting or two furnaces with lears,
engine and boiler and other buildings, all Incom
plete order: parties purchasing or renting can
have possession to start In ten days. For price,
terms, etc.. apply on PREMISES. au7-18
TIOB SALE OB LEASE-GLASSWORKS AT
JJ Butler, Pa., consisting of a 12-pot furnace In
lood order, 8 good pots In furnace; fire not oat;
also Implements necessary for a prescription
bouse; 4 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 BU1LERGLASS CO., L1M., Butler, Pa.
au4-43
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
machinery ana metals.
FOK SALE NOW ONE SECOND-HAND
tenoning machine, 2 surface planers andl
sbaper.and new andsecond-hand engines, boilers,
lard kettles, tar tanks, il.'men valves, castings,
etc. VELTE '4 MCDONALD, Thirty-second tU
and Penn ave. yzi-9l-TTS
miscellaneous.
TTOR SALE-80O TO 1,000 TONS OF CLEAR
J Ice. Inquire or D. J. KENNEDY, CSt Sta
tlon St.. E. E.. Pitts. au4-HS
PERSONAL.
PERSONAL BOOKSI BOOKS1 BOOKSI
New and old, ancient and mouern. standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30, 000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 900
Liberty st. auJ-93
PERSONAL-WHY TROUBLE YOUK WIFE,
mother or daughters In renalring and clean
ing your old clothes, when it can be done for a
trifle by DICKSON, the Tailor, cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood St., second floorr Charges moderate:
facilities unsurpassed: suits madeto order; spring
styles now ready. Telephone 1558. mhs
PERSONAL-SAY, HARRY, THAT NEW
suit is immense, but your shoulders look as
though you had gone through a snow storm Irom
that dandruff falling from your bead. Why don't
you get your barber to give you a shampoo with
BOSS W. BLACK'S Kevstonn Rnnw k-lak,. lr
bbampoo Cream, and I'll guarantee you will
never be troubled with dandruff any more.
ao8-94-&, 9. 12. 14. 16
LOST.
LOST-GOLD WATCH-BE1WEEN BENTON
alley and Ohio street. Liberal reward will be
paid if returned to 38 NORTH DIAMOND ST.,
Allegheny. au8-u
T OST-SUNDAY AFTERNOON, NEAR DAL
JU LAS Station. P. R. R., a black and white
setter dog: a liberal reward will be paid If re
turned to H.U. HESTINGHOUSE, Edewood,
P. B. R. Jy2S-5
LOST-OK 8TKAYED-FBOM MT. WASH
INGTON, sorrel mare, whitish strip on face
and white hind foot. rears old. Liberal reward
If returned to BITNEB'S LIVERY STABLE,
Carson, near Twenty-ninth St., Sonthslde.
auS-74
BUSINESS CHANGES.
mHE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX-
1 lBivxyj oeiween tne undersigned firm of
Ward b Nefl. bakers, has this day been dis
solved. All debts owing to and demands upon
said firm to be settled by W. J. Ward.
AUGUST 8, 1888. W. J. WARD.
anS-lg E. L. NEFF.
rvISSOLUTION NOTICE IS HEREBY
JL given that the late firm, of Duncan &. King,
doing business as the. Merchants' Law and Col
lection Bureau, has this day been dissolved.
Henry King having disposed of his Interest in
said Ann to A. C. Duncan, who assumes the
liabilities, and to whom all debts of said firm
will be paid. a. C. DUNCAN.
HENRY KING.
In retiring from the arm the successor has
my best wishes, and I hope the patronage here
tofore bestowed upon the Arm will be continued
with the successor. HENRY KING
AUGUST 1, 1889. .
The business will be continued under tho old
firm name of Duncan & King, Merchants' Law
and Collection Bureau, under the management
of A. p. Doacan, who originated the same.
8-6 DUNCAN o. KING.
TO IiET.
Cltv Residences.
TO EET-HOUSE-NO. 91 CENTER AVE
house of 10 rooms, all modern lmprovementst
rent $3S per month- Oi.0. JOHNSTON, Agt, 6
Fourth ave. al
TO LET-NO. 188 BEDFORU AVENUE;. A'
good house: 8 rooms: llnished aUlc: latest lm
Srovements; fS per month. W. A. IiEKKUa J
ONS.1U Fourth ave. auS-28-TTS
Alleshenr Residences.
rrio
O LET-ONLY 127 PER MO.. NO. 13 MON-
l.l..I si., second waru. AucKiicu-r
rooms: late lmDrovements. w. A. mutitt'
SONS. 80 Fourth ave. au7-8-wThS
hnbnrbnn Tteilf!enee.
mO LET AT INGRAM-HOUSE OF SEVEN'
I JL rooms, with lOacrrs of ground; rent lis per
- month. UfcU. juuasio. Agt.. 62 Fourtn ave.
auS-84
Offices. Deik Room. Jtc
rpo LET-WELL LIGHTED OFFICE. NEWLT
1 painted: elevator. Janitor service and al
modern conveniences. Apply to GERMANIA
SAVINGS BANK. 43 Wood street. )e2S-68-D
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING. 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two or tho
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be found in the
city; rent, 20Uand t30O per annum. Including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam beating.
Apply between 10 A. v. and 1 p. v., or between
2 and 4 P. K. Jy23-67
TO LET-PEN N BUILDING. PENN AVE..
near Seventh St., offices single or en snlte.
In this elegant 8-story building: 2 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 Fourth ave. leg-3S-P
EDUCATIONAL.'
WEST WALNUT STREET SEMINARY FOB
young ladles: 23d year: Is provided for giv
ing a superior education In collegiate, eclectic and.
preparatory departments: also In music and art
MRS.HLNRIETTA KUTZ, 2043 Walnut st..Phlla.
au4-90-TTS
Two choice schools.
BItOOKKHALU for girls and young ladles.
SHORTLIOUE MFD1A ACADEMY, for DOTS and
young men. SW ITHIN a SHOUTL1DGE, A. M.
(Harvard Graduate), Media, Pa. (near Phlladel
pbla.) anl-d
HOLY GHOST COLLEGE
Complete preparatory, commercial and
collegiate departments, reopens WEDNES
DAY, &EPTEMDER4; new students examined
Monday, September 2. Apply to Rev. Joiur
T. Murphy. C. S. Up., President. jy!7-23
TAZARETH HALL
JL NAZARETH HALL.
NAZARETH HALL.
Moravian Boarding School for Boys at Naza
reth, Pa. Founded 178a. Reopens September
18th. jy28-riTh3u
fTHELTENHAM ACADEMY. OGONTZ,
Vj Pa. Unexcelled location and surround
lnjrs. New school equipment. Gymnasium,
military drill, etc Thorough preparation for
college or scientific school. For circular, etc.
address JNO. CALVIN RICE, A. M., Principal.
je2S-63
NEW YORK MILITARY ACADE3IY.
Cornwall-on-Hudson. Courses of stnd t la
civil encineerinjr, English and classics. Labor
atory, drawing room and field work. Beautiful
bnildincA pounds. location. COL. C. J.
WRIGHT, B. 8., A. M Snpt; BELDKN F.
HYATT. Comd't of Cadets. jelO-11
MOUNTAIN SEMINARY. BIRMING
HAM. Pa. A thorough school lor younc
ladies. Situation noted lor health. Homo
comforts. 33dvear. Grounds, 100 acres. Threa
courses of stndy. Prepares for college. Send
for illustrated catalogue. A. R. GRIER, Busi
ness Mn'g'r. MISS N. J. DAVIS, PrincipaL
aoo.55-D
SOUTHERN HOME SCHOOL FOR GIRLS,
91a and 917 N. Lbarle street, Baltimore. '
MRS. W.M.CARY. I Established 1842. French.
MISS CARY. ( the language of tbe school.
Jyl8-ol-TT3
Notre Dame of Maryland.
Collegiate Institute for young ladles and pre
paratory school for little cirls. EMBLA P. O.,
three miles from Baltimore. MtL. conducted by
the Sisters of Notre Dame. Send for catalogue.
JJ3O-60-TTS
PITTSBURG ACADEMY.
Normal. Academic. Commercial. Students
prepared for advanced classes in tbe best col
leces', for teaching, for business. Young La
dies' Seminary Department. Fall term opens
September 9. 1SB9. Hon. Tbos. M. Marshall,
President Board of Trustees. Address J.WAR
REN LYTLE, Principal, No. 7 Fourth avenue.
jyl!Wl-Trs
PARK INSTITUTE-FORMERLY PRE
PARATORY and commercial depart
ments of Western University. Three courses:
Classical, English and Busines3,locluding short
hand and typewriting. Business and shorthand
classes open to both sexes. Fall term opens Sep
tember 2 at No. 2M North avenue, Allegheny,
Pa. Office hours 9 to 11 a. si. Call or send for
prospectus. LEVI LUDDEN, A. M.. Principal.
an3-46-TTS
CURRY UNIVERSITY,
SIXTH STREET, PITTSBURG.
L477 STUDENTS LAST YEAR.
Classical, Scientific, Lad.es' Seminary, Normal,
Musical, Elocutionary, Business College and
Shorthand departments. Send for new cata
logue. Correspondence with yonngpersons de
siring a oeiter eancation respectiuny solicited.
JAMES CLARK WILIJAMS, A. JL. Pres't.
jylSS.TTS.
THE PEBNSYLYMIA STATE COLLEGE.
Fall session opens September 11. Examinations
for admission September 10. New buildings and,
equipment greatly Increase the facilities for in
struction In all departments. Courses In Agri
culture, Chemistry. Botany and Horticulture.
Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering,
and In General Science and Modern Languages.
Special courses for Ladles. Tuition free 1 lfty
Scholarships entitle the holders to free room rent.
Forcatalogue or other Information address
THE PRESIDENT, State College, Center Co.. Pa.
aul-7-TTS
"CKOICE"BmiDmGTdar
BLAIR ESTATE,
Mwoofl ana GIeiiwod3,
Twenty-third ward, city.
These lots are 24x120 feet on Second avenus
and good side streets; only 15 minutes from
Smlthfield street, and from 3 to 5 minute'
walk from station; the electric street railway
will soon be running to Glenwood; monthly
tickets, 5 cents per trip.
PRICES: S123 to JL0O0. EASY TERMa
10 per cent cash, balance long time. Monthly
payments if desired.
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO,
au7-20-TTS OB Fourth Avenue.
DRY CLEANING
Of all kinds of wearing apparel, snch as dresess,
tea gowns and wrappers. Also Turkish, Mad
ras and portier curtains, lambrequins, tablo
covers, mantel scarfs, tidies and all other tex
tile fabrics dry cleaned at the
SIXTH AVENUE DYE WORKS,
M. MAY SONS & Co.
66 SIXTH AVE.
Goods called for and delivered. Jell-TTS
Notice To Navigators.
During the reconstruction of the channel
span of the Ohio river bridge at Steubenville,
Ohio, which is now in progress, parties navi
gating the Ohio river will be required to pass
tbroosh the span nextwestof thecbannel span,
which has been dredged so as to afford 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 be used.
. . , M.J.BECKER.
Chief Engineer P., C. t St. L. Ry. Co.
jy2S-70-D
Vi50 REWARD FOR THE THIEF THAT
tp stole a watch and chain from Henry
Allwes at his father's residence In West
Liberty borouzh.
For Information call at Nov 17 CARSON
8T a a au63
P
IANO&,
ORGANa
a HAMILTON,
81 AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-7-D
J. A. JACOBS,
ARCHITECT.
88 Fourth avenue.
JylI-2S.TT3
Pittsburg. Pa.
QILVERWARE
In great variety and beantiful, new designs.
Sets and single pieces.
WILSON, 61 FOURTH AVENUE.
ij2S-TTS j
r A.BALPB,
BUILDING CONTRACTOR,
41 Seventh avenue.
. Pittsburg. Pa.
Telephone 13K. se5-n60-TT3
.0
Walter J. osboursb. kichakduasbowsl
B ARROWS & OSBOURNE-'
JOB PRINTERS, . .
1X1 1,iamrni4 at p ..
Telephone No. 03 V,
MfrltStorsaeil
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