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UULTS OF THE FARE
aptain Xeeld's Place Has at Least
One Serious Defect.
OT ENOUGH WATER ALL THE TIME
ropertjWith a Liver Front Offered for
UXKIKG TlIE XEW FARM BUILDINGS
Since the visit of Councilmeu and of
:ials to the Keeld farm last Wednesday
ere is more talk about some of the other
tes offered for poor farm purposes. "While
ie visitors were ou the Keeld farm, Cap
ita Xeeid made the statement that there
as one point in Chartiers creek in front of
ie farm where there was never less than
ght feet of water. There was a farmer in
ie Captain's audience who later took a
ember of the party to one side and de
ared to him that he had frequently seen
ie creek bed perfectly dry daring the
This suggests a number of disagreeable
issibilities. Xo matter how large a water
lpply could be kept in a reservoir on top
the hill, nor how profuse a quantity of
'ring or well water could be secured for
inking or cooking purposes, there would
J no water to carry off the bewage from
Grave Danger of Infections Disease.
It would simply be carried from the build
ig to the creek bed and lie there and ac
Jmulate until the rain came to carry it an ay.
here would be danger of disease to the in
ates of the institution as well as to the
opulated districts through which the creek
"terward passes. These arguments are used
;ainst the Xecld property by various per
ms who have given the matter attention,
idhoa.ert that, above all things, the
inger of water shortage should be avoided.
There are others who ttiink that a farm
outing on one of the big rivers should be
lected. Among these are Dr. Evans and
obcrt MacGonigle. In discussing the
rms oflered. the Tomlinson propertv in
lam township, on the A. "V. E. E., comes
1 1. r consideration. It has 217 acres, 10
re of nice frontage and the balance on a
wujvrattvelv jevei stretch overlooking the
I'.egheny r..-" from a blufTlOO feet higher
lan the rai:rad. The party of Oouncil
ien who tinted it on Tuesday wer highly
leased witu the property, hut said it was
at oi t'-e question on account of its inac
sililitv, the only wrv of reaching it at
;ent being a long road running entirely
the rear ot it and coming back by a
Mr. MacTinnigle Overcomes Obstacles.
Mr. MacGonigle. however, declares that
cood roa I could be built along the iace of
'e bluft lor less than 1,000, bnncinjr the
if. oi the hill within a six or eight minute
alk of the railroad. The larm is said to
e in goo) condition, well cultivated and
ould make a site much superior to the one
n Chartiers creek, at 520 less per acre, the
rice asked by Tomlinson being only 5230.
liio would make a difference in cost of
1.340 in favor of the Tomlinson farm, and
ould allow that much money for use in
raVing it accessible to the river and rail
ad. "I would much prefer to see the city buy
Icwg the river and on the main line of a
iilroad," said 5Ir. Macgonigle. "This
'onilinson farm would fill all requirements
" a good road were built up to it, and a
o'untitnl supply ol good water lor all pur
ocs would be assured at all seasons of the
ear. The Xeeld farm is a pretty one and
ould be made highly productive, but the
ituation does not meet my ideas and, mark
O Thirds, those who live long enough will
se us j urchae regretted."
hirf Elliot Thinks the Matter Is Settled.
Chief Elliot seems to think the Xeeld
irm will tie purchased. He is figuring on
he erection of the new buildincs and esti-
nies ineir total cost at fJSO,O00. He says
he should be several times larger than the
resent home. "When the present home
s built there were only 36 inmates, now
nere are oer COO and the same ratio of in
r ie may be expected in the future. Arch
tects will make competitive drawines for
he new home and Chief Elliot will select
he one which strikes him most favorably.
Vhcn the contract is given out Chief Elliot
ill include a provision that the new home
lust be finished and ready for occupancy
v July 1, 1803. He savs it can be done,
f 100 men can't do it, 200 or as many more
may be required must be put on the
PARADISE FOR FISHERMEN.
Tarden Hague's Bl;r Catch or Trout In
the Prop-sed Game Preserve Thirty
aiiles or Good Fishing Streams A Place
to Uac Wildcats.
rih 'Warden John "W. Hague and State
irnithologist Dr. B. H. Warner, of "West
Hiester, returned yesterday from the pro-
osed new fish and game preserve in Clear-
elJ county. They paint glowing pictures
f this new home for sportsmen. This tract
as 13,000 acres, and was oflered to a num-
er oi Pittsburg sportsmen last winter. Sir.
lague went there to investigate the place.
Ie says: "There are 30 miles of trout
treams in the tract, and with very little
spense they could be increased to 100
iiles. It is the best trout fishing I ever
ad. I caught 2G0 very .fine fish, many
neasuring 12 inches in length. I saw
rae there that would measure 18 inches.
nic air is good and there are few mosqui-
oes. Besides the fish there are lots of
(Hail, pheasants, rabbits, squirrels and some
leer and bear. Occasionally a wildcat is
tilled up there, and there are a few wolves.
There is one place where, by building a
niall dam, we could make an artificial lake
tovering 100 acres. Below the valley is
vide, and there are no towns within 12
Hiles, so there would be no danger ot loss
it life in case the dam broke. It would
sake a finer resort than South Fork."
"Warden Hague then went to visit CI K.
3ober, a lug lumberman at Glen Union,
ho has 35,000 acres of timber land up there.
Hr. Hague said the fishing up there was
i!so good. He returned by way of Lewis
mr;, where his daughters, Misses Iola and
arne Hague, and Miss Lillic Armaeast,
lis niece, are attending Bucknell TJniver
ity. The "Warden's catch of trout sup
ilied a meal for the entire school. The
joung ladies accompanied him home.
Merchants on an Excursion.
The steamer G "W. Batchelor carried on
ts downward trip yesterday a number of
he members of the Flour and Grain Ex
change who -ere under ti.e escort of CL W.
2. Johnson, the newly elected President of
iie Exchange. The excursionists were
ransferred to the Iron Queen upward
jouud a short distance below Economy, and
returned to the city last evening delighted
srith their trip.
The Fut nro of Natural Gas.
Katural ga is a subject that always Inter
ests th6se usinc tills most valued Inel. The
ittttement published in the newspapers in
he last few davs to the effect that a new
leld had been discoveied within a few
Hiles fiomthe city, and that the supply
ould he i-ufflcicnt for our w ants lor several
ceai-to come, means good news for every
jousokecper. But every consumer should
take enqusli interest in the subject to study
,ts economic use, not only lor their own
aencflt, hut to saro It, so that we may enjoy
.hepleasuieot bavin.: it lor domestio pur
poses at least for yeam to come, and the
julv way to use and save it is tobuyaJew
stt gas ranee, w hlch will do your baking,
Uroilin, fo lnir, stewing and roasting, aud
it the same time jrtve you a plentiful sup
ply of hot water, and save j ou 73 per cent or
j is. Call and see It In operation at the fur
nace, stove and lance stores of J.c. Bartlett,
J03 and 205 Wood street, Pittsbunr.
MALES SLOW, WOMEN SLOWER.
A Gotham Authority on Dress Talks on the
Introiluc ion of Newly Conceived Styles
or Wearing Apparel Paris the Center
"The average man of to-day little thinks
how much his style of dress is responsible
to the traveling public," said a Gotham
authority on male attire, who stopped over
at the Anderson yesterday.
"One of the hardest things importers and
wholesalers have to contend with," he con
tinned, "is the introduction of anew style.
The people see the new wearing apparel
exhibited in shop windows, and they pass
them by and purchase that which has be
come accustomed to their sight I am
speaking of the average man, of course, and
i)ot of the extremist, the latter being in
ariably in a small niinoritj-. The people
want to see someone else make the first
step, and then by degrees the others
accept it. That is the reason the
tourists are unwittingly of great
talue to the introducer. This class of peo
ple are almost to a man extremists in point
of dress and the striking oricinality of their
attire makes them conspicuous and they
attract more or less attention. The seeing
of the same garb displayed by shopmen
incites the citizen to follow in the wake and
gradually the style is introduced. Eealiz
mg this important feature, the importer in
variably has his traveling salesmen dressed
in the latest garb both of his own produc
tion is well as that of others, and the result
is not so diffisdll to foresee.
"While it ii hard to introduce a style for
men it i not a circumstance when compared
w ith the difficulties attached to the intro
djclion of female attire as ladies are much
harder to ret at than men and all they have
to go upon is their fashion plates and fash
ion'notes. It takes a style about two years
to travel from the land of its inception
threuehout Eurone and America. As a
general thing the styles are conceived in
Paris. It takes it about three months to
become popular in the French capital.
Three months later it reaches London, an
other four months to reach Xew York.
Three months later it appears in Bos
ton and Philadelphia. Within the next
six months it appears in Chicago
and from there on it disperses
toward all of the smaller cities in greater or
less extent of time, and by the time it is ac
cepted throughout the nation the Parisians
have discarded it, and are becoming accus
tomed to something newer. Yes, indeed,"
concluded the talker "fashion is a great
thing, and cannot be held in check," and
the authority rearranged his left eyebrow in
a strictly correct manner.
Stole From the Printer.
Ira Holderreed has been arrested at the
instigation of H. L. McGaw, of ihe "West
End Jlecord, on a charge of larceny. He
was a compositor on the Hecord, but was dis
charged some time ago. Shortly afterward
many articles were found to be missing from
the printing office. Suspicion rested upon
Holderreed, and a box which he had sent
to the Panhandle station was seized and
examined. The missing articles were found
therein, and as a result a warrant was issued
I 'or h.'s arrest He was bound over for a
hearing next Saturday under 5300 bail.
Allegheny School Children's Jubilee.
The close of the year's work of the Alle
gheny schools will be observed in Alle
gheny Parks nest Thursday, when the an
nual jubilee will be held. Twenty thousand
spectators are expected to be present, halt
of whom will be children. All the wards
except the Seventh, Ninth, Eleventh,
Twelfth and Thirteenth will picnic in the
different parks. The children will leave
the buildings at 3 o'clock and the jubilee
will close at 7 o'clock. The Hayes Post
Baud will furnish the music and give a free
concert in the eening.
Ladies Demand the Proof.
The fact that the Marshall Kennedy Mill
ing Company of Allegheny are kept run
ning all day and all night and can scarcely
supply the demand for their Hour, although
the new mill has double the capacity of the
old and has been in operation only since
last November, is proof that their flours are
more universally used in this vicinity than
any-other. Thc'ir Camellia, the fancy flour
of which they are so proud, is acknowledged
even by competitors to be superior to the
best, while the fact that hundreds of bakers
who cannot afford to use the highest priced
flour are now using their splendid, all
around family flour, Bayard Amber,
which is sold at a medium price to meet the
demand ot this special class of people, is
proof positive it is the finest at the price
anywhere. Every day letters are received
assuring us that our Bayard is better than
many flours costing more. If you cannot
afford Camellia give Bayard Amber a trial.
It will please you.
IDE FINEST STOCK OF flANOS
And Organs in the City Henrlcks Bloslo
The front of our building does not present
a very Inviting appearance, although we
hope to have everything finished In about
two weeks; hut If Intending purchasers of a
fine piano or an organ will step through to
the i ear or our building they will see the
largest stoclc and finest lot ot pianos In the
State. To all v ho purchase within the next
two weeks wo will give a special discount of
10 and 20 per cent tromour net prices. Wo
do this in order to reduce our i-tock. We
are putting in a large Farrand & Votey pipe
organ, and must have loom at once. Come
and save from $50 to $100, and select a piano
from such well known makes as the world
renowned Weber, the durable Wheelock,
the lamous Lindeman and Stuyvesant. In
organs we h.ive the great Farrand A Votev
reed and pipe, the Palace and the Kimball.
All the above instruments guaranteed from
five to eight years. Remember the addiess,
Hen licks Music Company, Limited, 101 and
103 Fifth avenue.
Open Satuiday evening until 9.
Friday We Remember the Ioor.
To-day we shall devote to our "Friday
Poor Man's Sale," so that every working
man and mechanic can bny what clothing
he needs at the very lowet of prices. The
prices we mention for to-day don't cover the
cost of the goods. Remember, this is a bene
fit sale for the poor man and no bargain sale.
1'. C. C C. Clothiers.
Men's extra worsted pants In neat pat
terns, all sizes $1 15
Boys' short cants at is
Bovs' cassimere suits, sizes 1 to 14,
pleated or corded go
About 190 men's dark mixed cheviot
suits (coat, pants and vest) 2 90
Three lots of men's cassimere suits.... 390
Men's all wool suits, In a big variety of
neat patterns b 90
Boys' long pants suits at 2 10
These prices are mentioned expressly for
to-dav's poor man's sale only. Sale starts at
8 o'clock. P. C. C. C, Clothiers, cor. Grant
and Diamond streets.
Saved From Total Blindness.
The expert surgeon has no greater satisfac
tion than in being able to save a suffering
fellow mortai from loss of vision. Dr. Sadler
of 804 Penn avenue, had an experience of
this kind yesterday. A lady patron of his
Mrs. Henry Lockbart, residing In Albu
querque, N. M., brought her son to the
doctor. Buffering from serious affection of
both ayes. She had made professional ac
quaintance with the doctor years ago while
sue lived in thi State, he having cured her
daughter of a dangerous ailmenttif the eyes
This mother nnd son showed faith In the
doctor's skill by traveling 2,000 miles to
secure his services. One eye could not be
saved, but tre other was treated with entire
success, and the lad rejoices in the abditv to
read and write.
A Grrat Glove Bargain.
6-button best quality1 "Jonvln" suede
gloves In black and all shades, tan, brown,
mode and cray, that have been $2, aio re
duced now to f 1 50 a pair.
Jos. Horse 4 Ca's
Penn Avenue Stores.
Made from pure malt and hops by Eber
hardt and Ober. The great hot weather
drink. Bottled or in bulk. On tap at all
first-class restaurants and saloons. wrsu
Not h Fault.
The fact that Walker's Family Soap cost
n.o more than other soaps should not be an
objection to Its use. jiwr
Di Wrrr'a Little Early Risers. No griping,
no pain, no nausea: easy plli to take.
BOBBED AT HIS OWH L00BS7EP.
An Armstrong County Farmer Victimised
to the Extent or 8500 bjlwo Sharpers.
Thomas Montgomery, a wealthy farmer
living near Ford City, was robbed of 5600
by two unknown sharpera on Wednesday
morning. He recently sold to the Pitts
burg Plate Glass Company a farm overlook
ing their plant for.$27,000 cash. The sharp
ers must have known of this transaction
and that he had on Tuesday received hit
Early Wednesday morning a two-horse
carriage drove up to his door. Tha two
men in the carriage were genteel looking,
and when one of them oflered Montgomery
a iarm on the Indiana pike that ho has been
wanting at a low figure and 1,000 cash he
thought it was bona fide. He stepped into
the house and procuring $o00 went out to
talk the matter oyer when one of the men
vrodnced an. article of agreement While
reading it over Montgomery displayed the
rool of bills. One of the men grabbed him
by the wrist jerked the money from his
hand and springing into the carriage drove
off before the surprised farmer knew what
had happened. The robbers have not been
heard ot since, but the police throughout
the county are looking for them.
MEETINGS AND NOTICES.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE CORPORA
TORS of the Allegheny Cemetery will be held
at Butler st. entrance on SATURDAY, June 23,
ISM, at IP.u.
Br order of the Board of Managers.
JOHN A. MOORE, Secretarr.
VTOTIClC IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT CERTIFI
1 CATE of deposit No. 2119 for t9.60a. Issued
Mav 7. 1S"0. oy T. Mell'm A Bona to James Sherlln
(otherwise Known as James Shevellln), has been
lost, and all persons are warned not to negotiate or
advance money on the same.
HENRY A. DAVIS.
Executor of James Shevellln.
There will be sold at public auction to the highest
bidder, at the office of Metropolitan Bank, In Buf
falo, N. Y., on the 7TH DAY OF JULY, 1832, at 3
o'clock p. jr., certificates Nos. 15, 16, 20 and 21, for
fo, COO each, of the capital stock of the Emerson.
Smith'ACo., Limited, of Beaver Falls. Ta.
Jacob Ditcher,' Cashier.
Burr alo, N.Y., June 21, 1892. '"
VTOTICE-OFFICE OF THE NAT. TRANSIT
1 Co.. of Oil City. Ta.. June -JT, '92. The pa
trons of the National Transit Co. are hereby
notified that all credit balances upon the books
of the National Transit Co. at Utft close of busi
ness June 16, 1892, and all outstanding ac-eptsnees
Issued on or prior to that date art subject to an
assessment of one hundred and seventy-six thou
sandths of one per cent or one and seventy-six
hundredths (1.76) bbls. on a thousand. In plpeage
paid oil on account of loss by fire on the morning
or June 17. 1812. oftank United Register No. L24B,
located on Bar-. Farm, near Olean, A'. Y. Signed,
xi. u j'A.i, uen. jigr.
1"eofli"s Samnqs Bank.
Pittsbuho. June 20th. lt.92.
T?LECTION THE RFC HI. Alt F.I.FRTIIIN POTl
XJ nine Trustees of the People's bavlngs Bank of
i iiisuuijc win ue iieiu ai ine nanKiug nouse. mo. si
Fourth ave., on TUF-SDAY. July 5lh, 1812, be
tween the hours of 12 o'clock M. and 1 o'clock r. H.
EDWARD E. DUFF. Treasurer.
ESTATE OF SARAH 1. HITCHCOCK. DE-CEASED-Lettera
testamentary on the above
estate having been granted to the undersigned, all
persons Indebted to said estate are requested to
make payment, and those having claims to present
the same, duly probated, without delay, to
JOHN LIGGETT and e
M. A. WOODWARD,
98 Diamond street. PlttsDurg.
CHARLES A. ROBB,
I 'STATE OF 'WILLIAM BRE1TENSTEIN. DE
i CEASED Notice Is hereby given that letters
of administration on the estate of William Brelten
steln. deceased, baebeen granted to the under
signed, 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 without dela.
CHARLES FALCK. Administrator.
Corner of Davis aud Fleming avenues, Allegheny
City, .Pa. .
IN THE COURT OF COMSION PLEAS NO. 2,
of Allegheny county. Pa. No. 408 of Julv term.
1S52. Notice is herehy given that on SATURDAY.
Julv 2, 1892. at 10 o'clock A. M-. application will be
made to this court at the above number and term
by Guy Samtison, Theodore F. Anshutz, Charles
Bailey, Idwln S. Ilatchelor, Francis L. Clark,
ltlchard Cannon and William J. Meyers and their
associates, residents of Allegheny countv. Pa,, for
a charter for a corporation to be' called 5St.
Stephen's Protestant Episcopal Church, of Wll
klosburg. Pa. "under the provisions of the act
of April 3. ITS4, relating to corporations and the
various supplements thereto.
The said church is to be located in the borough of
'niU.insburg, in said county, and the character
and object of said corporation Ms the worship of
Almighty God according to the constitution, doc
trines, discipline and liturgy of the Protestant
Episcopal Church In the United States Of America,
In connection with the diocese or Pittsburg.
J. LUDEWIG KOETHEN. JB.
Attorney for App'lcants.
PERSONAL B. J. Kearney, carpenter: jobbing
promptly attended to. Heed aud Dinwiddle
PERSONAL Credit, yes. credit on tine dress
goods, silks, satins, wraps, etc. atJ. Dwyer's.
Room 4. McCance block. 701 Smlthfleld.
PERSONAL Cash paid for old gold and silver
watches and Jewelry repaired: new work madu
to order. Chris liauch. 541 Smlthfleld.
PERSON AL When 1 was a small Doy my mother
always repaired my breeches and jackst, but
since I got to be a great big man. Dickson, the
well-known tailor, 65 Fifth av., cor. Wood St.,
second floor, has been substituted, who now does
all my cleaning, pressing and renovating In (real
shape. Tel. 1558
FOUND A positive cure for ; heaves in Wllbnr's
Heave Cure: single packages. 50c by mall; one
doz o; agents wanted. Wilbur Seed Meal Co..
155 Reed St.. Milwaukee. Wis. '
STOLEN-Mastlff pup 9 nTonths old, from Bntler
plank road; party was traced and Known; if not
returned In 5 days will be dealt with according to
TJ'OR SALE-SOME BEAUTlFUL,,HOMES-
One6-room brick house, two lots. Orchard Place.'
One 7-room brick house, one lot, paved street.
Two 5-room brick houses, lots 37)4x100 each.
Orchard Place, 83.750. w
One 7-room frame house, one lot, pared street.
One5-room frame house, onelot, pirei streae,
One5-rbom brick house, two lots, paved street
One 5-room brick house, one lot pared street
Five 5-room frame houses, paved street each
Twelve7-room brick houses, payed streets, each
vouu, ,. .
Seven 4-room brick houses, very pretty. 82.700.
Elght4-room brick cottages, onelot, eschtl.700.
Any of the above lovely homes In this greatly
lavored city of beautiful homes will be sold ou
terms to suit buyers.
BUILDING LOTS-200 of the most beautiful build,
lng lots to be found In the county are offered at
prlcesmurh less than property haying similarly
attractive features can be had for. The P. A B.
Traction will have their new electric railway In
operation through the center ofthe borough by
May 1 next This will give a wonderful impetus
to values, and those who secure any of the
shore properties or a lot will be fortunate.
TO LET A number of 3, 4. 5 and 7-room nouses
Biraoaerzie rents 10 gooapayingienanis, Aone
others need apply,
Take anv of the Si
lonthslde street ears.
KNOXVILLE LAND IMPROVEMENT CO.
S5 Knox avenue. Knoxvl'lie.
PROPOSALS WILL BE EECEIVED AT
the office of B. P. Little, Aichltect, 90
Westinghouse bnlldlng, Pittsburg, for build
ing addition to the No. 3 St Clair school
building. Twenty-seventh ward, Pittsbunr,
S. a. until S p. x., JULY 7. 1891 Plans and
specifications may be seen "at the above
office. F. 8PINNEWEBEB,
Secretary School Board.
PROPOSALS SEALED PROPOSALS
w ill be received at office or TJ. J. L.
Peoples. Architect, until 2 o'clock T. x., on
SATURDAY. June 25, 1892, for the erection
and completion or the Fourteenth Ward Sub
Distuct School bnlldlmr, on Boq.net st, Syl
van av. and MoEee plaoe, Oakland.
Plans and specifications can be seen at
the office of tl.e arohltect. when further in
formation as to the proposed work can ba
obtained. Eaoh proposal must be accom
panied by a bond double the amount of bid.
The School Board reserves the right to re
jectanyorallbids. U. J. L. PEOPLES,
Standard Building, "Pittsburg, Pa.
PROPOSALS-SEALED PROPOSALS WILL
he received by F. J. Osterling, Archi
tect, Telephone building, up until JULY 9,
11 M., for the heatlnz and ventilation of the
new North Ward Publio School building to
be erected corner Eighth street and Du-
?uene way, Pittsburg, Pa. General plana
or the building can be sees at the office of
the arohiteor. Each bid mnst be accom
panied by a detailed plan and specification,
dearly snowing the system proposed. Bond
for the amount of tho contract to accom-
Jtany each bid. The right la reserved to rej
ect any or all proposals.
DR. C..S. SHAW, President,
nil. E. W.SWENTZEL, Secretary.
M9-Dttplay advertisement one dollar per
square for one insertion. Classified real estate
advertisement on this page ten eenU per line for
each intertion, and none taken for lea than
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
ADVERTISEMENTS ON THIS PAGE
Classified under the following headings will be ac
cepted at the rate of
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vance either at main or branch offleet.
Wanted Advertisements of all -Kindt.
TO LET ROOMS,
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALES, LOST AND
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH.
Cor. Smlthfield hthI Diamond Streets.
BRANCH OFFICES AS FOLLOWS. WHERE
WANT. FOR SALE. TO LET, ASP OTHER
TRANSIENT ADVERTISEMENTS WILL BE
RECEIVED UP TO 9 P. M. FOR INSERTION.
Advertisements should be prepaid unless adver
tisers already hive accounts with Tu Dispatch.
FOR ALLEGHENY, NO. 107 FEDERAL ST..
FOR THE SOUTHSIDE. NO. 1412 CARSON
STREET. TELEPHONE NO. 6022.
FOR THE EAST END, J. W. WALLACE, 6121
THOMAS McCArrinST, 3500 Butler street. f
EMIL G. STUCKEY, 21th street and Penn avenue.
F. H. EGGERS A SON, Ohio and Chestnut streets.
THOMAS McHENRT, Western and Irwin avennes.
ADVERTISING sign painters. Apnlv Nellie
Hudson wharf boat. Allegheny rler, between
Sixth aud Seventh st. bridges.
"DARBER First-class man
wasres S3 ner week
JL) and board.
Inquire of Aug. Berg, Wilmer-
BARBER A good white barber: good wages paid
to a steady man. A. E. Bertele, East Lh er
BARBER Good, steady man or tl 50 and board
for Saturday. D. W. Hlgglns, 1.166 2nd av.
BARBER A good barber: single man. Apply at
41 Federal st., Allegheny City.
BARBER-At Geo. bchatzinann's. No.
Diamond St., AUeghny.
ARBER 105 Pennsylvania av., Allegheny.
BOY Intelligent office boy; one residing with
parents. Apply after 9 o'clock, room No. aw,
OY In shoe store. Apply at 35 Wylie ave.
DRAUGHTSMAN Competent mechanical
draughtsman. Address, stating wages wanted,
Connelly Gas Engine Co., New Castle, Pa.
Address P. O. Box 44. Beaver
BUG CLERK-Addrcss X. Y., Dispatch office.
FOUNDRY FOREMAN Experienced foreman
for foundry doing bench work only. Address
Brlttaln, Graham & Matties, Pittsburg, or apply at
Viorks. Lockton sta P..C..C. & St. L. It. R.
GROUNDLAYERS-Experlenced: also hands for
filling In printed work on decorated glass
lamps: good wages: steady work. Address Nail
City Stamping Co., Wheeling, AV. Va.
HORSEHOER-Apply to Sydney Morgan, WU
slnsburg. LABORERS l.OOOto 1,500 railroad laborers: also
a few good foremen to vfork on Clearfield and
Mahoning It. R. on 16 miles heavy work. Apply
on the work at Clearfield, Pa. ; wages fl 23. Geo.
S. Good & Co.
MAN with pu6n. wanted In eacn city, town and
hamlet to Introduce the fastest selling house
hold article on record; over a million sold In
Philadelphia; will pay coropeientperson 84 per
day. Address with stamp. W. H. Williamson, 44
North Fourth street. Philadelphia. Pa.
MAN A married mau to go to SewlcUey: must
understand gardening and care of horse and
cow. Applr to No. 14 Diamond, cor. Diamond st ,
between 11 and 1 o'clock, Monday. June 27.
MAN Or good address to handle established cus
tom shirt business; a good opening for right
party. For particulars call on or address M. L.
Snyder, 162 Fourth av.
MAN Middle aged man to take care of horse
and deliver tor retail grocery store: best of
reference required; German preferred. D. E. F
MAN A temperate. live man with JWO capital
for half interest in a good paying business to
be located In Allegheny City, Address P., Dis
"Jlf"AN A good man for a livery stab'e. Inquire
JXL of John O'Kellly & Son. No. 71 lrulton st.
TlfEN To take orders; no delivering orcollect
11JL lug; no experience; steadvwork: best terms;
outfit free. Allen Nursery Co., Rochester, N. Y.
PAINTER A wagon and coach painter. Address
P.O. Box 259.
Annlvat one. atwnrlrsnf
the Union Switch A Signal Co.. Swlssvale, Pa.
SALESMAN-First-dass retail wallpaper; must
come well recommended. C. M. Itecd i. Co..
Washington. Pa. '
SHIPPING CLERK-Onewith experience In pro
duce business: no other need apply. Address
G. A.. Dispatch office.
SOLICITORS First-class subscription and adver
tising solicitors for the manufacturers ofthe
U. S. Reference Book for West Penn.. Ohio aud
W. Va. ; good, steady men can make from 50 to
J 100 weekly on this work. Address, with partlcu
ars. Box No. 621. East Liverpool, Ohio.
SOLICITORS-Two experienced solicitors; good
pay to rlghtpartles; reference required. Jno.
Mealey, room 2, 1036 Penn av.
TEACHER1 9 teachers for the schools of Robin
son township: term 8 months: wages for 7
teachers, 860 per month; for 2 assistant teachers In
building No. 7, 850 per month; election at Reming
ton P. O., Jnly 2. at 2 o'clock P. 31. By order of
the board. James S. Moore, Sec, Ewlngs Mills.
Alle. Co.. Fa.
rpEACHERS Seven practical. experienced
X teachers for schools of Upper St Clair town
ship: wages from 840 to 850 per month; term eight
months; election July 9 at 1 p. m. in Brldgeville
schoolbonse; all applicants will please attend. By
order of board, J. a. MrMUlen, Secretary.
"IfJANTI-D Alive man with 12,600 cash to take
1 f charge of office or go on the road, taking
orders; 81,203 salary and commission; ample se
curity. For securing a rare opportunity address
C. T.. Dispatch office.
WANTED-Proofreader for morning dally
must be first class: only Sober. Industrious
and careful men need apply. Address Sober. Box
162, Pittsburg, Pa.
AGENTS Live agents for official edition
"Harrison A Reld:" Protection aud Value of
Protection, by Hon. James G. Blaine and Hon.
Wm. McEinley, Jr. ; 600 pages, magnificently illus
trated: retail. (1 50; Immense terms; Mr. J. L.
Harvey. Akron, o.. made 834 In 2 hoars: Rev.
Thos. Clinton, Everett, Mass., made ilM In one
day; books on credit; freight paid; outfit 25c, or
free with reference; write quick. Address Globe
Bible Publishing Co.. 723 Chestnut st. Philadel
phia, Pa., or 359 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111.
4 GENT-To sell
flrst-class line of nerfewenr
A Auaress. wiin references and statins t
Address, with references and stating expe-1-
enct, to J. Unmack, 13 N. 4th st. Philadelphia. Pa.
A GENTS 83 to f! dally; experience unnecessary.
Putnam A Co.. Perfumers. West Wlnsted. Ct.
Female Help Wnntnd.
CHAMBERMAIDS Immediately, experienced
chambermaids at Central Hotel, Pittsburg.
CHAMBERMAIDS Two good chambermaids.
s Apply 32 Diamond Square.
COOK First-rate cook; good wages; no washing.
Apply 77 Fifth av.
C1IBL for general housework with family or three ;
J permanent home and 83 50 per week for good
honest girl with reference. Address by mall, John,
GIALS-10 good girls for general housework at
Martin's Employment Office. No. 136 Wylie
GIBLS for cooks, dining room and general house
work. 130 Robinson st, Allegheny.
GIBL For housework. Apply to Mrs. Day, Fil
more st, first house from Craig.
GIRL White, for general housework. Inquire
at60)9 Bond St. E. E., city.
GIRL For housework and manage for family of
six. Box 87. Glenshaw, Pa.
GIRL Dining room and kitchen girl,
tain st. city.
IRL God girl for general housework, 682 6th
IRL In shoe store. Apply at 35 Wylie ave.
LADIES to solicit orders among private fami
lies. Apply at 138 Washington av., Pittsburg,
LADIES to solicit retail orders,
Apply 340 Fifth
Boarders and ledgers Wanted.
BOAKDERS-Hotel Federal, 171 Federal st.
Allegheny; permanent and transient boarders
(1 and 2 per day.
BOARDERS, roomers aud mealers.
st. East End.
LODGERS Anchor Hotel, Liberty, corner
Fourth; lodging per night 25c, 33c, Me; week,
11 25, 1 75. tS, 3.
OCCUPANTS for furnished rooms.
WANTED A few summer boarders without
children; a fine location! 10 minutes' walk
from Oakmont station. A, V. R, R. : terms moder
ate: references required. Inquire of D. L Knhn,
Main and Female Help Wanted.
riHAMBERMATDS. cooks, dining-room girls.
.J laundresses, horses, three youmr girls, cook
and chambermaids for same family. 200 house
girls, 80 for country; chambermaids and dining
room girls for hotels and boarding houses, German
and colored girls, 50 farm hands, gardeners,
drivers, white and colored wallers. Thompson's,
608 Grant st.
COOKS Dishwashers, rarm hands, 25 house
girls; good places, free. 2 Sixth st.
IADIES or young men to taie light, pleasant
J work at their own homes; II to (3 per day can
be quietly made: work sent by mall; no canvass
ing. For particulars address at once. Globe Mfg.
Co., box 3331, Boston. Mass. Established 1880.
MALE COOK-2 waiters. 80 farm hands, dairy
men. 2 colored boys, women cook, 7 per wk. ;
dishwashers, chambermaids, dining room girls,
nurse girl, 200 house girls, 20 colored. Meeksn's,
545 Grant St. Tel. 90. '
Situations rt anted.
IJOSITION By experienced lady stenographer
and typewriter; operates Remington ma
chine; best of references. Address X. Y.. Dis
POSITION As trav ellng salesman ; 1 years'exne
rience; best references: not afraid of hard
viork. Address Experience, Dispatch office.
POSITION as salesman or cashier In wholesale
house: best of ref. and security. Address Ex
perience, Dispatch office.
POSITION as stenographer and typewriter, -tlth
office work. In or out of city. Address 3. G.
R Dispatch office.
POSITION By young man in Iron broker's or
rolling mill office. Position, Dispatch office.
SITUATION As coachman, by ono who thor
oughly understands the care of horses, flower
beds, lawn: well acquainted in both cities; best of
rererence given. . Address Coachman, Dispatch
SITUATION -By young man. 23 years, intelli
gent, well educated and of good appearance and
address; good references. AddressR. H., Dispatch
SrrUATION-By young man, 17 years old. as
clerk or general office assistant; experience and
best references. Address W. L.. Dispatch office.
SITUATION as chambermaid In hotel or private
fa.mllv; experienced: best of references given.
Address Miss Kitty McMahon, Bellefonte, Pa.
SITUATION-A lady living In the lity wishes to
find a situation for her chambermaid. Address
S. B.. Dispatch office, Allegheny.
(SITUATION Young man without friends wishes
O place: used to horses. Address R. 6. Disnateh
SITUATION By a male French cook.
Chestnut st , Allegheny.
Business Opnort unties Wnntett.
WANTED Some person (male or female), with
a moderate capital, to buy controlling In
terest In an established and paying business: profits
large and work easy. Address P. F. O.. Dispatch
TO BUY Photo gallery in Pittsbnrg. Address,
with terms. SImpklnson & Miller, ClnclnnatUO.
PARTNER A gentleman to buy a half Interest
In a legitimate established business for M.COO:
location central, on Fifth av.: work most refined
and easy; hours short: profits large: business has a
showing of nearly SS.CKW during past seven months.
For particulars address, if you mean business.
Established, Dispatch office.
Fire Insarnnce Wanted.
BENSWANGEB & ZAHN-Flre insurance.
FINANCIAL-Loans of 8500, fl,CO0 to5,0C0and
np to 120.000 on mortgages on Allegheny county
Improved property quickly placed at very small
est cost to borrower. Send your application tome
and I will save you money on mortgages. S.J.
Fleming, 400 Wood St., cor. Fourth av.
T ON EY to loan at lowest rate of Interest
-in. granted promptly, no delay: have
amount on hand at the present time: brl
me; bring your
deed with you, will guarantee tironint loan or no
charge. J. E. McCrickart, 59 Fourth ar 'lele
phone!676. MONEY to loan. In sums of 8500. tl.000, $2,000.
83,000 and upward, at lowest rates, on mort
gages. Charles Somers A Co., 131 Fourth av.
MONEY at 5 per cent. We have 850,000 to loan
(300 up. Alles Bros. A Co., 164 Fourth av.
MORTGAGES on citv or Allegheny county prop
erty at lowest rates. Henry A. Weaver A
Co., Si Fourth ay.
rpo LOAN 1200.000 on mortgages: 100 and up
J. ward at 6 per cent: f500,puo at 44 per centon
residences or business property, vacant lots or
farms, b. H. French. 125 Fourth av.
WANTED Mortgages on Improved city or Alle
gheny couaty property. McCuno Coulter.
8 Fourth av.
WANTED Bond", stocks, mortgages and othei
securities. Ed Wittish, 131 Fifth av., Pitts
PAINTING and plateglass glazing, it. C. Miller,
PATENTS O. D. Levis (20 vears). Solicitor, 1S1
Fifth av.. next Leader. Pittsburg: no delay.
TBUN KS hauled to and Irom Fast End for 50e.
Campbell & Davis, 12 Seventh av., Telephone
USE Jones' Bedbug Paralyzer-Joaes' Magic
Roach Powder: roaches banished by contract;
satisfaction given or no pay. 222 FederaTst., Alle
gheny. Sold by all first-class druggists.
WANTED everyone wno wants the finest and
cheapest wall paper in America to send for
samples; sent free to any address. G. G. O'Brien,
Paint and V all Paper Store. 292 Fifth av.
WANTED Desk room on Fourth ave,. be
tween Smlthfleld and Woods sfc. Address
Smlthfleld. Dlspatrh office.
FOB SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock For Sale.
BEAUTIFUL BAROUCHE First-class condi
tion. Inquire 334 Oakland av.
BUGGIES One sidebar and one end-sprlug
ouggy. Jas. Warburtou, Hatfield st be
tween 47th and 48th sts., 17lh ward.
C1ARRIAGE One good slx-scated carriage for
J sale. Inquire at 71 Fulton st
DRIVING and saddle horse; sound, fast band
some; fearless of cable, steam or electric cars.
5100 Forbes st.
Address Box 47, Myersdale,
Bicycles, Tricycles, Etc., For Sale.
BICYCLES Easy terms. Second-hand Colum
bia, Rambler, "Warwick, Lore!L Switt and
others; also new Warwlcks, Remingtons, Liber
ties. Ilartfords, h.cmoods. Johnston's, 706
OLD WHEELS taken in exchange for new.
Pittsburg 'Cycle Co., 428 Wood st.
VICTOR bicycle In good condlttou. Inquire 108
Perry St., Allegheny.
Machinery and Metals For Sale.
BOILERS and engines, second-hand: all sizes,
from 4 to 100 h. p. : cheapest In the market : 64
boilers and engines In stock, stationary and porta
able, upright boilers, mounted farm engine, etc.;
steam pumps, governor, pulleys and shafting.
Telephone 4401, 23-25 Park way. J. a. Yonug. Alle
TJiNGINES Genuine Acme automatic safety en
Jjj glncs and non-exnloslve boilers, from nne-
half to five horse powers, for natural gas or carbon,
oil as fuel: latest Improved ventilating fans and
water motors, sold by J. Prager, sole agent, at No.
4 Fifth av. Send for catalogue and Information.
ENGINES and boilers of every description: brick
yard supplies; contractors, and rolling mill ma
chinery. Thomas Carliu's bons, Lacock and San
dusky sts., Allegheny.
TX)K SALE Cheap Second-hand single Webb
jl penecting buuoce press, capacity 8.000 to
9,000 8-page papers per hour.
182. Pittsburg, Pa.
Address Press, box
FOR SALE Two pair scrap shears, engine, boil
er, etc., cheap to settle estate. Call on Jno, S.
Graff & Co., Llm., Duquesne way, between 2d and
GRINDSTONES In all slies. for all kinds of
grinding: Cralglelth. Newcastle, Nova Scotia
and other grits; iron frames and fixtures for hand,
foot or power: mounted stone, oil stone, emery
wheels and grinders. V m. M. Kirby, 13d First
IMPROVED Whitman A Barnes high-speed
automatic non-explosive engines and boilers,
exhaust and ventilating fly fans of our own make;
also electric lighting; second-hand old-stvle Acme
automatic engines: second-hand Snedlker and car
fly fans; B. W. Paine A Sons automatic engines,
from 5 to 250 horse power: electric motors, water
motors and all kinds of light power and supplies.
Tompkins A Ulrlch. Engineers and Contractors,
aioanaoisijiDeriy St., xitisourg, .ra.
RAW TABLE One second-hand saw table for
stereotype or electrotype purposes, will be sold
cheap; also about 20 printers stands. Apply at
the Dispatch business office, cor. omlthfield and
Rubber Stamps For Saie.
". ET your rubber stamps, steel stamps, stencils.
.a seai presses, orass eneexs. etc. irom z
Duffs College building.
Miscellaneous For Sale.
FOR S ALE-tlmlted number of printers' stands,
also a lot of second-hand printers' cases; also a
saw table; price very low If sold at once. Address
Printer, box 182, Pittsburg, Pa.
I IOLIN, guitar and banjo strings ten cents each;
V tone and strength guaranteed. D. M. Cough
ling. Toledo. O.
a good boat; cheap. 72
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
Business Opportunities For Sale.
CONTROLLING Interest in a wholesale merchan
dising business; central city location, well es
tablished, profitable, expanding trade; large ware
house: low rent: attractive opening: S5,0O0. (1-31-201).
Charles Somers Co.. 131 Fourth av.
ESTABLISHED plumbing and gas fitting busi
ness; will self at Invoice; owner has other
business to attend: can give long lease If required.
Address Plumber, Dispatch office.
TXR SALE Or Rent Hotel and restaurant: 15
X rooms: nleelv furnished, fnllv and eomnletalr
rquippruj innving DusiuesBi central ciij locsuou;
at a bargain ton quick buyert or will rent to a
Co.. 131 Fourth av.
mihbviwi j reuauif.
(2-42-79.) Charles Somers
PLANING MILL For sale or lease; complete in
working order. Apply st 618 amlthnVlrf st.
PROFITABLE dalrv business, on railroads and
river, close to the city; lease ou 10U proline
acres, live stock, vehicles, implements and com
plete equipment at a low price; convenient, remu
nerative markets and a decidedly attractive thing
In lu line. (4-103-430) Charles Homers A Co.. Ml
p ESTAUKANT-RIght in the heart of the city;
AV a live, profitable Investment for a quick buyer
at a low price; the owner's interests require the
prompt disposal of this concern; investigation In
vited. (1-31-202) Charles Somen A Co., 131 Fourth
SAN OSTONE O.UARRY Situated 12 miles up the
' Allegheny river; convenient to ship hy rail or
river; call for particulars. H. O. Foreman, 25
Federal st., Allegheny.
rriN -SHOP The best located and equipped tin
J. shop and the only house In general stove re
pairer: also stoves and ranges. J. W. Schoop,Mar
ket House. 3IcKeesport Pa.
FR SALE At a low price i acres of landhav
ing 500 feet front on Southern av., near Boggs
av., 32rt ward; a good tract for sub-dlvlslon (74-1).
W. A. Herron Jt sons, 80 4th av.
HERE you are You cannot afford to miss these
lots: location right; price right, and terms
right; I10J np; good as S-300 lots elsewhere; examine
this. Baxter, Thompson A Co., 161 Fourth av.
cor. Grant st.
East End Lots For Sale.
FAIRMOUNTAYE., East End-Two iots;bean
tlAil building sites; close to cable, electric and
steam cars: at a great sacrifice. (2-35-236). Charles
Somen & Co.. 131 Fourth ave. ,
LOTS I Lots! Lots
Lot 50x160 at 1j5 per ft.
Dl Jirldge St.
Lot 50x184 1 f70 per ft.
Lot 50x150: 160 pern.
Ben Venue place
Lots 50x120 at (50 per ft. ,
Pacific av. '
Lot 50x133 at (70 per ft.
Lot 50x124 at 100 per ft.
Lot 60x75 at tjll 50.
Lot 25x110 at $63 per ft.
Lot 25X100 at too per f t.
Lot 50x100 at (60 per ft.
Also many other fine sites In all parts of Shady
'Ide. M. F. Hippie & Co., 96 4th av.
OAKLAND PLACE56 choice bnlldlng lots; the
cheapest lots in Oakland; most centrally lo
cated of any in the city; two electric street car
lines very close to this property: price 60or to J300
each; make money by buying now; enhancement
sure: call early and get your choice or these de
sirable lots. For sale only by Black & Balrd, 95
WESTMINSTER,' near 'Amberson ave., Shady
side, beautiful cor. lot 55x200 ft. (136). W. A.
Herron it bons. 80 Fourth ave.
OgQ 230-Beautlful level lot, 50xlM It., i
stutj prominent .East End St., near Penn av..
Twenty-second ward ; beautiful surroundings,
iv . jl. iierron s. sons, 80 Fourth av.
QgKnn T0 l500 IoT elegant level lot, center of
ESOJJ East Liberty: 850 cash, balance on
monthly payments; only one minute from P. R.R. ;
two minutes from Duquesne traction road. Black
& Balrd, S5 Fourth av.
Suburban Lots For Sale.
AVALON Elegant building site, 100 feet front
age on the Ohio river, in sight or the station;
large forest Irees; elegant view ofthe river valley,
extending to the city and Sewlckley; cheap at
82.000 (4-1C5-459). Charles Somers & Co., 131
TTOR SALE-Two lots eoxiso on a good street in
X Brushton: water aud gas; a special low price
for a few days on these lots: a good bargain and
sure to make money at the price asked, Howard
Brown, 151 Fourth av.
SW1SSVALE PLACE lots, near station, ou the
rising ground east of P. K. R., commanding
an unsurpassed view ofthe surrounding country
and within easy reach of Homestead, Braddoct
and Itunkln and their numerous mills and facto
ries; why go to one-factory towns to buy lots when
you can secure bargains and safer Investments
among the Industries or the great city or Pitts
burg? Hoffman & Baldrldge, Wllklniburg, oppo
site depot. Tel. 7243.
Farms For Sate.
STOCK FARM-A superior blue grass stock farm
with large elegant mansion and Improvement,
all desirable conveniences, charming surround
ings, equal to any baronial European estate: this
is an opportunity to any family or acquiring a
good Investment as a homestead retreat: pays 10
Percent on price. Ed. Wittish, 134 Flltii av.,
FOK SALE IMPKOVKD HEAL i&TATIS
"T7IFTn AV. We have a number of choice prop
X erlles located on Fifth ay. between the Onurt
House and Soho; some of them nicely Improved
and paying good rents; the best outhine street in
Pittsburg now for investment. Blrtck A Balrd, 95
NEW 2-story frame; 7 rooms, slate mantels, tile
hearths, bath. w. c, h. and c. water, wired
for electric lights hot air pipes with regis ter.hand
somely papered f immediate .possession; lot 40x137
feet for 83, 8C0." See Baxter, ThompioUA Co., 161
lourthav. jt .;
PERCENT net Investment Fulton St.. near
Center avenue, new 14-room brick, rented In
flats; lot 24x100; owner needs prompt cash ami will
sell at a price to pay taxes. Insurance and 8 per
rent: Investigate this at once. (E2I0). Black A
Balrd 95, 4th av.
'East End Residences For Sale.
A HANDSOME East, End residence on a tine
paved avenue near cable and electric cars;
large lot: spacious lawn In front; ample shade
from natural forest trees of full growth: residence
ha. all the more recent and thoroughly modern an-
flianccs and Is really "unique" In every partlcu
ar; perfection lu art and beauty are singularly
blended throughout; a perspective In view in onr
office; possession at once. Jas. W. Drape A Co..
313 Wood St., Pittsburg.
"OAST END-A neat brick dwelling.
XJ sewing room, bath and toilet room.
cellar, furnace, etc., all In line order throughout:
everything bright and clean; Just newly painted
and papered: large front and side entrance: de
sirable situation; contiguous to cable cars; price
only 85.500: Immediate possession. Jas. W. Drape
& Co.. 313 Wood St.. Pittsburg. ,
HOUSES Ten brick houses. almost new.the ren
tal of which nav s 8 ner cent net an 830. imo: njrt
cash, balance long tlrne or will take a number of
eligible lots In part pay. : A. Banck, 441 Grant st.
flQ 730 In the East End, two minutes from elec
tlDO; trie cars, new frame housepf 8 rooms, hall,
vestibule, bathroom, pantry and laundrv, front and
back porches: bathroom complete, with norcclaln
lined tubs; marble-top washstand, improved sani
tary w. c, all open plumbing, hot ana cold water,
piped for both gases, cellar under whole house and
thoroughly sewered, 4 slate -mantels and tile
hearths, plenty of large closets, plastered witli ada
mant papered throughout: everything first-class.
(61). DeiinMon. Eldtrkln iCo., LIm 6232 Penn
av., E. E. Tel. 5327.
(JTAA cash for a stone front house, on one of
aoOJJ finest asphalt-paved avenues in tlie
East Lnd: this Is a two-story and mansard brick
house, with stone front; has parlor, dining room
and kitchen, fine laundry, with stationary tubs: 5
bedrooms: Is well built: is in a beautiful and fash
ionable part of the East End; convenient to rapid
transit line and P. K. R.; has fine sanitary plumb
lng. electrlo light large pantries and clo-ets: nice
lawn and wide flagstone sidewalks; price is only
38.0OI: toOO down, balance to suit purchaser: the
greatest bargain in the East Fnd; immediate pos
session. Black & Balrd, No. 05 Fourth av.
CgQ 000 Brick residence property; renttMO: gas,
tlDts water, improved street, rapid transit; 8
minutes' ride to Conrt House; big bargain; half
cash. A. Bauck, 441 Grant st
000 for all Neat 7-room houses, modern
style, with H acre of ground: 10 minutes
i acre or ground: 10 minutes
alf cash, bat to suit at 5 per
from rapid transit
arapia transit; nan casn.
cent. A. Bauck. 441 G rant st.
OOO Lookout av., frame dwelling of five
rooms, ball, good cellar, front Dorch: lot 20
295 feet. E284. Black A Balrd, 95 i ourth av.
Allegheny Reslaancea For Sale.
nQ 8S0 A good brick dwelling, almost new. In
S)Oj Second ward, Allegheny, near Fremont st,
on line of electric cars, mansard roof, cresting fin
ish on top: 8 rooms with bath and lavatory, noth
gases, laundry, hot and cold witer. marble man
tels, inside shutters, vestibule and hall, dry cellar
with cemented floor; everything In prime order;
house all newly papered throughout; price only
S3,8o0; best value In Allegheny; title perfect; im
mediate possession. Jas. W. Drape A Co.. 313
Wood st. Pittsburg. -
Suburban Kesjoences for Sale.
IDLEWOOD Smiles from city; a very substantial
frame house, containing 8 large rooms, with
high ceilings, good drv cellar, porches, stable:
about an acre ground, with abundant fruit and fine
shade trees: price very low to quick purchaser;
immediate possession. A. Bauck, 441 Grant st
PERBYSVILLE ROAD- Joining Keatlng'sIIotel.
a new brick honse containing ,12 rooms, with
stabb- and .about an acre land; price low. A.
Bauck, 411 Grant st -
nusiness Stand s To Let.
TO LET Space with power, cor. Penp and Third
avs.t three floors: 20.000 feet space; abundant
power; good light; splendid location; every con
venience. Apply Nicola Bros., 20 Fifth ay.
fro LET Four-story brick building.
X av.. two doors from Smlthfleld st.
for five years.
Apply at first floor office of Kauf-
TO LET Space 50x60. Cecil alley, corner of Penn
av. ; rent low. Blacf A Ualrd. 95 Fourth av.
I , Offices and Desk noin fo Let
DESK ROOM-No. 108 Fourth av., 1st floor front
Black A Balrd, No. 95 Fourth av.
fro LET First floor office, on Fourth av.
X quire of Snyder
er A White, 161 Fourth av.
Farms To Let
rpo LET A farm of 130 acres, and a crop of hay
A ror sale uear Aiiquippa station, on tr. 1.,
R. R. ; immediate possession.
Jas. W. Drape
313 wood st Pittsburg.
Mlscellaneoui la Lets.
TO LET Vacant lot 30x110, with stable, corner
Penn av.. Third st. and Exchange alley.
.Apnly Nicola Bros., 20 5th ay.
By Baxter. Thompson A Co.,
161 Fourth ave.
Morgan st. and Wylle ave., new frame of 6
rooms: all conveniences: 20.
193 Third ave., 3-story dwelling. 14 rooms: all
convenlences;good location for roomers; low rent
to good tenant.
43 Chatham St.. brick dwelling, 13 rooms; all con
veniences; low rent.
Terrace st., Oakland, new frame house, rooms;
bath, gases and water; 125.
6 Federal st.. brick house, 7 rooms; bath, laun
dry, gases, etc. ; 41 67.
490 Tustln St.. 6 rooms: 818.
331 Second aye., 2 rooms: (6.
13 Thirteenth st., Southslde, brick house. 4
rooms and attic: $15.
Bluff ana Cooper sts.. 2 rooms, first floor: flO.
40 Tsggart St., frame, 5 rooms, water and gas;
Rldgcwood ave.. near electric line, new frame
house, i rooms; water; newly papered; low rent to
280 Robinson st. ; brick house. 4 rooms and attic,
water, etc.: (18.
rpo LET Several handsome frame nouses slt--L
natedsmlnntes from I'uqnesne Heights In
cline, containing 5 rooms, bath, range, hot and
cold water, nat. and art. gas. Inside w. c inside
shutters, lauudry. side entrance, front and rear
porches, flag stone sidewalks, with grass plat
and shade trees In front of each house, nice yards
in rear inclostdbv Iron fences. These houses are
complete In cverr'respect; rent only flfi per month.
Black A Balrd, 95 4th ave.
TO LET Jane. near2Sth St.. Southslde. house 7 I
rooms, 24 per mo., and 3 large rooms on first
ner mo., and 3 larze rooms on first
or i rooms on second storv. 513 per mo. ; Keys a
Jane st. W. A. Herron k Sons. SO Fourth av.
or 4 rooms on second story. 813 per mo.; kevs at 2317
ri'OLET lOmlnutes from Court H'-nse. new 2
1 story mansard brick, 7 rooms, hath, w. c,
gases, cellar and yard: low rent. Baxter, Tnomp
son & Co., 161 Fourth av.
TO LET House No. 427 Liberty u. city: 11
rooms. Inquire at A. Y. D. Watterson's,
Anchor Bank Building, jrifthar.. city.
East End Residences Ij Lvt.
TO LET Neville St., near Ellsworth av.;
desirable residence 10 rooms, bath, large hall,
yard, etc.; 850 per month. Black A Balrd. 954ih av.
TO LET Eva st.. near Negler av.. nice new
frame house; five rooms; (18; front porch.
Black & Balrd. 95 Fourth ay.
F Allegheny Kesldenees To Let.
TO LET 3 nice new flats, six rooms, modern
style and conveniences: on MeClnre av..
Eleventh ward. Allegheny
y. a. x.eggaic s.
Son. 62 Fourth ay.
TO LET See John K. Ewlng A Co., 107 Federa
st., for Allegheny nouses.
Rooms To Let.
ABCHST.. 21. Allegheny Furnished room on
second floor near park, suitable for gentle-
CEDAR AVE.. 80,
Allegheny Furnished rooms
D1NWIDDIE ST. No. 212-NIceIy furnished
and pleasintly located rooms with board;
both gases and use of bath.
DISWIDDIEST.. 241-Beantlful front room. 2d
floor; also two connected rooms; all conven
iences. MERSON ST.. 283. East End-Nicely furnished
rooms with board ; all conveniences.
572 Large newly furnished front
FORRES AVE.. 439-Furnished room, private
family, rent f 10: bath, conveniences.
FOURTH AV.. 133-Furnished rooms, front and
back, for gentlemen.
L ACOCK ST. Furnished rooms, all modern con
veniences. Apply to Moyle's, 165 Lacock St.,
ENN near Thirteenth St.. 3 fine large front
rooms, new building; $19 per month. See
W. A. Herron & Sons, 80 4th av.
PENN AV.. 6412. East End-Boarders and room
ers; bath: conveniences.
HIGHLAND AV.. 315, E. E. A large nicely
furnished room with loldlng bed.
WYLIE AV.. 100-Large rooms furnished for
light housekeeping. '
TJ See additional adlets under Wanted Boarders
T OST Lady's enameled bdV-kifot (and small
j diamond) pin,
Fifth av., city.
Reward If returned to No. 195
LOST Pocketbook on car No. 27 of 5th av. trac
tion line, between Court House and Vine st..
at 5-30 1'. M.. June 23. containing a small sum of
money and valuable papers. A liberal reward wilt
be pifd for Its return to No. 11 Vine St.. Pittsburg.
PUBLIC SALE OF UNCLAIMED STOLEN
Goods Tho County Commissioners of
Allegheny countv will sell at pnblic sale, in
room No. 30, third floor, of the Court Houe,
at 10 o'clock a. x., MOVDAY, June 27, 1892,
all the stolen goods remaining unclaimed,
that were seized on the premises of Giles
Collins and others, by virtue of search war
rants issued at Nos. 225 and 332 inclusive.
March 1, 1890. and on the premises of Phoobe
Collins, at Nos. 333 and 3ii Inclusive, March
1, 1S92, and on the premises of Susie Dun
seatu, at Nos. 343 and 34S inclusive. March 1,
1890, and on the premises of Ann WiIon, at
Nos. 353 and 3S9 inclusive, March 1, IS90, and
on the premises of Thomas Wilson, at Nos.
360 and 364 inclusive, March 1, 1890. Being
the same goods advertised for identification
in the official papers Februarys, 1S92.
J. G. WIER. J County Commissioners.
D. J. BOYLE,
Attest: P. W. SEIBERT.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29,
At 4 o'clock p. jr.,' on the premises, corner of
Euclid and Taylor nves.. East Bellevue, P.,
Ft. W. 4 C. K. K., within one square of the
new California avenue electric road, which
will he in operation by October 1, new Queen
Anne residence, containing 8 rooms, hall,
bath, laundry, cemented cellar, gas and
water, slate mantel, tile hearths, inside
shatters, tine chandeliers, front and rear
porches, cemented walks. Corner lot 86x118
to an alley. Possession In 30 days. Easy
term". Trains leave Federal street station
2:15 and 3 30 p.m., city time. For permit to
Inspect premises see
JOHN K. EWING & CO.,
107 Federal st, Allegheny.
A. LEGGATE & SON, Auctioneers.
MARSHAL'S SALE OF VALUABLE
steamboats By virtue of sundry writs
of venditioni exponas issued out of the Dis
trict Court or the United States for the
Western District of Pennsylvania, in ad
miralty, una to me directed, I will expose to
pnblic sale, ac the United States Marsnal's
office in the new Government buildinir, in
the city of Pittsburg, Pa., on THURSDAY,
the 30 til (lav of June, 1S9J, at 11 o'clock A. v.,
tho follow named vessels: The steamboat
IRONSIDES and her boaf.machinery, apnar
el,tack!e.etc;aIsothe steamboatlRON DUKE
and her boats, machinery, apparel, tackle,
etc: also the steamboat IRON AGE and her
boats, machinery, apparel, tackle, etc.
Libeled, seized, attached and condemned in
said court. J. R. HARRAH.U.S. Marshal.
Marshal's Office, Pittsbcbq, Pa., June 17,
Fnrniture, carpets, pianoforte, books, etc.,
FRIDAY, June 24, at 10 o'clock at the rooms
of the Henry Auction Co., 24 and 26 Ninth st.
The lurnlshment of aline lesidence moved
to the store for sale. Three walnut cham
ber suites, two oak suites, mirror door ward
robe, bookcase and desk, pianoforte, almost
new, cost $550; flue Flench tapestry parlor j
suite, .ungnsn rug parlor snite, 10c dooks,
walnut folding bed, curtains, elegant brus
sell and ingrain carpets for rooms, halls and
stairs, kitchen and laundry goods. Sale
positive. Owner lenvlntr the city.
HENRY AUCTION CO.
(SB WIOKLE TT
Thursday, June 30, 1892, 2 o'clock,'
Will be sold on premises, all my interest as
assignee of Cochran Fleming, Sr., in that
tract of land in Sewlckley borough and Leet
township, in rearof Mr. Fleming's residence,
containing over 33 acics.
TERMS Cash Anaust 1. A deposit of $250
at sale. JOHN OGDEN, Assignee.
, We invite the special attention of buyers
to abova safe, as the property must be sold.
The situation is excellent for private resi
dences, beautiful views being obtainable.
A. LEGGATE & SONS, Auctioneers,
83 Fourth nv.
At private sale. See
John K. Ewing & Co., 107 Federal St.,
OR AGENT ON THE GROUNDS.
CITf iiFACTilNC SITE
For Sale or Lease on Long
Term at Reasona
ABOUT 6 1-2 ACRES,
Between the A.V.R.R.and River.
LEVEL AS A FLOOR,''
And above created flood height
near enough for hauling for city de
livery; beat unoccupied site In the
two cities. For terms, etc., see
95 FOURTH AVE.
We have placed a great deal of money in
tho lastr9j davp. Retnrn In ench enjin hnvn
bn verv sntlafnctonr tr. hv n olnt
hnvrnin in Ponn r rinetnosa nvsnAt4rr T-io
ltively below the market. Come and Inves
tigate. MOOBE & KELLY,
6202 Penn ay.
Tel. 5450. .
DON'T PAY RENT.
BDY A HOME ON YOUR OWN TEEMS
Fonrnew framo houses, Beltzhoover ave
nue. Thirty-first ward, Just completed. Six
rooms and large finished attic, lovely vesti
bule, largo hall and ball on second floor,
double parlors, slldinirdoors.handsome china
closet, iront and rear porches: lots 25x108
feet. See Charles F. Barr, office No. 1 Beltz
hoover avenue, fro.n 1 to 8 r. M.
A RARE BARGAIN.
A lovely Queen Anne brlckdwelling house,
12 lovely rooms: corner property, on a bean
tirnl, paved street; lovely shade trees, cable
and electric cars, all modern conveniences,
slate mantels, tile hearths and vestibule,
bathroom, istationary washstand9. hot and
cold water, inside w. c, speaking tubes and
electric bells; large lot, laiste tronc and side
porches; house is beautifully papered; east
ern exposure. This is a rare Chance to bu v a
lovely, beautiful borne at a trreit bargain.
Terms to suit. SI. F. H1PPLE & CO..
96 Fourth a v.
We have a choice manufacturing
site, possessing the advantages of
siding, nater, gas, and in tho heart
of the coal field, adjoining a flourish
ing city of 10,000 inhabitants; best
location in Western Pennsylvania.
MOOEE & KELLY,
Telephone M30. 6203 Penn av.,
$50 PER MONTH.
New brick houee, corner lot, between
Fifth and Ellsworth avenues; nine. rooms,
bathroom, basement laundry, Bartlett
heater, front and back porches. House
all newly papered throuzhonr.. Elegant
neighborhood. LIGGETT BROS,
No. 71 Diamond at
A LOVELY HOME CHEAP.
A handsome Oakland residence at a. great
bargain If sold before Jnly 1. House of
eight e'eant rooms, bithroom, hot and
cold water, stationary washstand, inside w.
c , both uases, slate mantels, tile hearths and
vestibule, cement cellar, every modern con
venience: on a lovely paved and sewered
stieet; cable and electric cars; easy terms:
call at once. M.F.HIPPLE A CO,
9a Fourth ave
TWO STORY AND MANSARD
Brick honse on Nortli Ililand avenue, near
Station street, containing 12 room, lira
hails, bath room, both gase, electric light
and all modern improvements. House la
perfect repair. Will be sold furnished or un
furnished. Lot 63x130 feet One of the most
desirable residences in the East End. Per
mit to view the promises can be obtained
from FrosLrrr Title aid Tbcst Co.,
123 Fourth Avenue.
Well located; paying a good rent; new sub
stantial buildings; large cor. lot; alley In,
rear. One ofthe best business locations on
AVylie avenue. (91).
W. A. HERRON & SONS.
No to Fourth avenue.
ST. JOHN'S MILITARY SCHOOL,
MANLIUS. N, T.
ummer School of Instruction and Recrea
tion. June 20 to Sept 13.
reopen September 28th, at 6 Bayard St,
New Brunswick, New Jersey.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
Courses in Eneineeriuzand Applied Science.
Will be held June 30 and July 1 at the rooms
of the Engineers' Society of Western Penn
sylvania, Academy of Art and Science bnlld
lng. Fifth st, Pittsbnrg, in charge of Alfred
E. Hunt, Esq. (S. B., M. L T.).
For detail ed information address
Je20-21 mwt H. W. TYLER, Secretary.
EXAMINATIONS FOR ADMISSION TO
THE WESTERN UNIVERSITY
Will be held June 24-23. Sept. 12-13,
at the University.
For catalogue address
W. J. HOLLAND, D. D.,
PURE TJNFERMENTED GRAPE JUICE.
GEO. K. STEVENSON A CO.,
Opposite Trinity Church. Sixth avenue
1YL CONTRACTORS FOR
Paving sidewalks, roadways, yards, mills,
stables and cellar floors with cement, stone,
brick.concrete an,d tire brick. Curbstone
furnished and set 43 Federal st, Allegheny
City, Pa. D
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