.FUN FOR GROCERS.
The Retailers Forsake Business for a
Day of Joy in Ross Grove.
' THE MULE RACE FURNISHES-FUN.
Other Sports and Games Help to Make the
Day One of Gayetjr.
A KOW THAT MAY KESOLT SEEIOUSLT
A rumble of wheels, a sudden jerk, a rush
of fcet.l push through a small gate and
swept on by a myriad of rollicking, jolly
grocers, with their wives and daughters, de
scribes the landing of a Dispatch reporter
at Ross Grove on the West Penn Railroad
vestcrday afternoon. Going down the little
hill into the crowd was like trying to get a
seat in a flying circus at a country lair.
The grocers of Pittsburg had turned out'
en masse, and all went in to enjoy their
fourth annual jubilee picnic to the best ad
vantage possible. Augmented by the train
loads from the city, and countless carriages
arriving early in the afternoon, they num
bered lully 8,000, and possibly nrore. Such
a time, such a rush, and such scenes of
gayety let loose Koss Grove has rarely seen
"Hit the coon in the eye with the rubber
balls; only 5 cents," "Knock the babies
down," "Try the wheel of fortune," "Strike
the machine and try your muscle," "Test
your lungs," "All the latest songs for 10
cents," were but a few cries of the fakirs
that mingled with the multitudinous shouts,
laughter and music from the two bands,
busy guiding the young people's feet
through the mary waltz.
A BAT OF GAYETT,
when perplexiug accounts, stale ledgers,
the ball ot twine, the bag and paper were
all cast aside for a day with nature in the
woods, a breath, of lresh air, and general
pood time. Many of the grocers closed
their places of business early in the day,
and but few places were left open by 2
Until abotlt 3:30 in the afternoon the
grocers contented themselves with wander
ing over the grounds, sitting under the
trees, eating sandwiches, drinking lemon
ade, pon, etc, swapping stories and making
new acquaintances. At. about the time
named, two nines composed of grocery
clerks and commission house clerks com
menced to knock a ball around a stone cor
nered diamond, and the crowd commenced
to yell "Go'er Jim.you'renotsluggingsugar
now," "Land it in the river," and simi
lar pet expressions of encouragement.
The second inning was hardly over be'fore
there, was a cry ot "The mule race. The
mule race," and in two seconds time the
players were left alone on the field, and
the crowd lushed to the neper part of the
grounds to see the race.
THE MULE EACE.
Drawn in line across the creek were six
mules, with their riders, coatless and sticks
in their hands. Joseph Westing rode
Jennie, a steed with mulish larce ears. it.
L. McGarvey was astride a gray mule with
the high sounding name of Gray Eagle.
Jiblets was the name Walter Kinley gave
his steed. E. S. Kiskaddon rode Thunder.
William Johnson was busy before the start
soothing the nerves of an ugly beast. When
the worn was given the crowd scattered, and
a contusion of heels, ears and riders, striv
ing to keep their places, made the people
roar with laughter. The mules made for
the creek; one ran into a tree; another
jumped over a small boy and .turned
around and looted at him to see
what he had done. All finally
fell in line and circled round a bush some
way tip the 'creek, whicbirwusi the turning
point. The crowd scattered as they came
back. Jiblets came in first and Johnson's
The race was for two heats out of three.
The next heat the mules raced around the
lots for seme time amid the cheers
of the crowd and started on the
homestretch. Johnson's came in first and
Gray Eagle second. In the third heat
Jennie came in first, Johnson's second and
Gray Eagle third. In the fourth heat John
son's came in first, Gray Eagle second and
Jiblets third. Johnson's mule took first
money, 15, and Gray Eagle second money,
BDSHIKG TO SEE A TIGHT.
Following the sack race, several foot
races were run outside of the scheduled
sports. And just as one of these was in
progress there was a cry and the crowd was
seen rushing up over the hill. Sure enough
it was a fight.
'Jimmy Shields, a young man employed
as groom at the Hotel Boyer stables, so the
story goes, took a loa( of bread from a
wagon, when four or five men attacked
him and pounded him over the head with
empty beer bottles. He was not cut an v
where, but his head was frightfully
pounded up. As the reporter left he was
lying under a tree unconscious, foaming at
the mouth and his whole frame quivering.
Some said he would die, others of the on
lookers leaned over him, and said he would
recover, but at last reports he was still in
sensible. No arrests were made.
THE SACK EACE.
The sack race caused a good deal of sport.
Six boys entered the contest. Thomas Hock
carried off $3, as the first prize, and B.Sands
$1, the secoiid prize. The boys were hardly
given a fair chance, as the crowd closed in
on them and did not "give them room to
show any great amount of dexterity at
jumping in a sack. At best it was but a
yeli, a rush, three sacks lying flat and a
rush for the prize money.
The next leature was the balloon ascen
sions. Pishes, dragons, pigs, and other
curious-shaped balloons were filled with gas
and launched into the air, but the majority
of them toppled over on their sides and
burnt up. However, the committee had
enough on hand to satisfy the crowd, and
they soon began to take the different trains
for the city.
A week hence from yesterday the Alle
gheny grocers will hold their picnic at the
came' grove, and also anticipate a jolly
A SENSIBLE BEQUEST.
Patrons or the P. Si L. E. Uy. Wnnt to be
Kept Posted When Trains Are Late.
People along the line of the Pittsburg and
Lake Eric Hallway are swallowing the
ground with fierceness and rage because the
company does not display bulletin boards to
let them know when trains are late. They
say when the washout on Sunday night de
layed trains at Bridgewater, crowds were
kept waiting, some four and others sir
Lours, being unable to get information from
agents as to the probable length of delay. One
man says his time wonldhave been worth $5
to bin could he have spent it at home half a
mile distant, but owing to what lie styles the
"pigheadedness" of a station agent, he could
not get any idea ot the length of time he was
likely to be so delayed,and so hung around the
station four hours.
Lot of Remnants Selling-, the Price tow
Enough to make them go this is the week
don t delay ip coming.
Jos. Hobje Ss Co.'B
Penn Avenue Stores.
B. fc B.
You can buy for as near nothing as ever In
your life to-morrow at our great remnant
sales. , Bogos & Buhl.
The Pittsburg Academy has been hand
somely papered, painted and renovated to be
in readiness for the fall session. See adver
tisement In, another column of this popular
VIRGINIA AFTER SETTLERS.
A State With 13,000.000 Acrcnor CneU
tinted Lnndi la Need ot People-Judge
Graltan'TallM Politics In .Pittsburg.
Judge Charles Grattan, Commissioner of
Immigration of Virginia, is at the Monon
gahela House. In an interview, the Judge
said: "There are 15,000,000 acres of uncul
tivated lands in Virginia that we would
like tb have settled withjjood white people.
I am trying to .induce people to emigrate
into our State. We have a number of
plantations containing from 1 to 500 acres
of land that will be sold at from $3 to $10
per acre. In a few years the land
will produce as much grass and
corn as the soil of Pennsylvania. It is not
so good tor raising wheat. These farms at
one time were owned by wealthypeople and
the negroes did the work, but the war
ruined them fiuanciallv, and they have been
forced to abandon the lands. The State is
large enough to support double its present
The Judge was ou his way to see some
people in Jefferson county who had coal
lands to sell, and were thinking of going to
Virginia to live. He had the names of 43
On the subjert of State politics he contin
ued: "If Mahone is nominated for Gover
nor by the Republicans he willbe defeated.
His conduct when in public life was such
that his defeat would be easy. The Demo
crats would be glad to see the little General
put up. The Democratic nomination lies
between P. P. McKenna and Editor Buroe,
of the State. If the Eepublicans nominated
a representative of the Wise faction, and
Mahone would support him, we would have
a hard time knocking out the candidate."
THE FLINTS' CONTENTION.
Glnnblovrera Adjourn, After Re-Electing
Tbeir Old Officers.
The convention of the American Flint
Glass Workers' Association at Bellaire ad
journed yesterday. The proposed reduction
in the salaries of the President and Secre
tary was voted down, and by a large ma
jority they were given an increase of $100
each, making their salariesSl,400 and $1,300
respectively. The convention indorsed the
Glass Budget as the official organ of the
The pressed ware list was not reduced, and
those in a position to know assert that no
changes have been made in any branch that
will cause a question with the manufact
urers, unless it is in the prescription branch.
The conference with manufacturers on this
has been fixed Tor Fridayin Pittsburg. The
officers elected are: -
President and Treasurer, Wra. J. Smith, of
Pittsburg: Vice President, Jo tin T. Hinckley,
of Philadelphia; Secretary. W. J. Dillon, ot
Pittsburg; Executive Board, Benjamin Reed,
George Knowles. Charles N. Edmonds, James
Driver, John N. Saylor and Andrew Hizler.
This is the longest convention ever held
by the Flints, and at times it was the storm
iest. The conservative element held sway
and no radical changes were -made in any
department. The convention wound up
L with a ball in honor of the delegates. The
next convention will be held in iialtimore.
AN ENGINE FOE THE PARK.
An Automatic One to be Made to Pump (be
The fact that the water can only be
pumped oukot the wells drilled in the Alle
gheny park is somewhat annoying, especially
when children who are not strong enough to
work the pumps are sent for water. In
order to overcome this trouble the citizens
who are having the well drilled near the
foot of Boyle street have arranged to have
the water in that well pumped by an auto
matic engine connected with the city water
When the subject was first suggested to
Superintendent Armstrong, he objected for
the reason that he thought it would consume
too much water to operate the motor, but a
type of engine was suggested by him which
will consume exactly as much water from
the city's supply as it pumps from the well,
and will operate automatically only when a
supply is being drawn from the pump.
The Wilson-Snyder Manufacturing Com
pany, which recently erected the new and
successful engines at the Allegheny water
works, have agreed to devise and construct
the little engine on the plan suggested.
They promise to make it work successfully,
and at the. same time to be an ornament "to
the park. The engine will require about
a month in its construction.
ODE OWN JOHN.
The Alan Wbo Mnde Ibe During Rescue Is
Well Known Here.
John' Cabill, who rescued two persons
from drowning at Atlantic City on Monday,
as noted in The Dispatch yesterday, is a
member of the Randall Club and a well
known former glassworker of this city.
Grand Court In Session.
The Grand Court of the West, colored
Masons, is in session on Fulton street. Last
night a concert was given at the Wylie
Avenue Church. To-night a reception and
installation of officers will be held at La
fayette Hall, which is being handsomely
decorated. Thcmembership of the court is
1,200, and.this is the 24th annual meeting.
He Broke Aims' and Fled.
Thomas Forrester, who is charged with
assault, broke away from Constable Jones
yesterday at the doorstep of the Alderman's
office in Soho and made his escape. The
room was full of witnesses ready to testify
for Bosie Thompson, and they loudly be
rated the officer for his carelessness.
stopped tbe Nuisance.
Prof. Andrews got tired yesterday of the
horse trading and selling on Duquesne way,
and he notified the farmers if they con
tinued to blockade the streets he would
prosecute them. The warning had the de
sired effect, and they removed the animals
A Plcnsnnt I.nwn Party.
Miss Josie McCullough, of Herron Hill,
gave a pleasant lawn party last evening in
honor of Misses Mary and Harriet Hender
son. About 25 little misses were present,
and they had a very enjoyable time.
New and Desirable Wash
Goods are daily being added to the ging
Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Iron CIIT Beer.
This delicious summer beverage, brewed
by Frauenheim & Vilsack, is undoubtedly
the best in the market. It is pure, whole
some and nutritious. ttssu
Remnants in dress goods, silks, cashmeres,
wash goods, lace', trimmings, embroideries,
must go to-morrow, Friday.
Boo as & Buhl.
Cabinet photos 89c per dozen for one
week only; bring the family at Once. Lies'
popular gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth tt
In Arranging for Your Picnic,
Don't forget to put in your lunch basket an
airtight family package of Marvin's superior
ginger snaps. They are the most delightful
.things imaginable. ttssu
To-morrow is onr great summer remnant
day. Booos & Bdhl.
White Cotton Bed Spreads'
At 65, 75, 85, fl. $l"25; all very good quality
and lots of them in stock to-day. , . ,.
JOS. HOESE CO-'S ,-
Penn Avenue Stores,
PARIS IN PROSPECT.
The Committee Meets and Decides to
t Consult Mrs. Schenley
FOR TERMS OK THE MT.AIRY TRACT
Mr. Carnahan Says Mrs. Schenlej Is Lib
eral and Will Sell;
IF A EEASONABLE FIGUEE IS 0FFEEED
The Committee on Parks met in the City
Clerk's office yesterday afternoon. Prior to
the meeting several members of the commit
tee and Chief Bigelow had a short informal
talk about what property in the neighbor
hood of the present Hiland Park and the
proposed Twenty-second ward park could be
'conveniently purchased and added to them.
When the committee was called to order
Mr. Bigelow told Messrs. Carnahan and
Ford, members of the committee who bad
failed to accompany the party on Tuesday,
about the trip they had taken and the im
pressions they had gained of the Schenley
property and that surrounding ths Hi
land Park. He said that the committee was
pleased with the Schenley property and
that, with tbe addition of tbe Murdoch
farm, which adjoined it, thought it
would make one of the finest parks in
the country. As to tbe Hiland Park it
could also be made a beautiful and exten
sive place by adding to it the Lock hart,
Negley and a few othersurrounding proper
ties which Mr. Bigelow thought could be
bought for from $250 to $500 per acre. He
had an option on the Lockhart property as
well as several others in that vicinity, and
thought the city could safely f purchase
them. f e
Mr. Magee advised that the whole Negley
run valley, from Hiland avenue to the A.
V. E. K., including the Hoeveller and sev
eral other properties, be included in the
park if it could be purchased at reasonable
figures, but said it was probable that when
the parties owning these properties found
that tbe citr was desirous of buying,
, they would run up the price on them
to such an extent that their purchase would
be out of thepuestion. He moved, however,
th'at Chief Bigelow be instructed to nego
tiate with the owners of properly in the
vicinity of Hiland Park, and
from them on behalf of the city for the
purchase of their land, the options to hold
good until May, 1890. This motion was
Mr. Bigelow suggested that Mr. Carna
han be requested to go to England at the
expense Of the city to see Mrs. Schenley
about the sale to the city of her property in
the Twenty-second ward.
Mr. Carnahan thought this was unneces
sary. He believed Mrs. Schenley would
sell if the facts were laid before her and a
reasonable offer made. He denied the re
ports that the lady would not sell any of her
property, and said that during the past six
vears she had sold over $300,000 worth of
her Pittsburg property.
She refused to sell before this because her
titles were not clear, but they were fixed up
in 1881. Mr. Carnahan'poinCed to the pay
ment of a heavy assessment by her & im
prove Penn avenue, Butler "and Stanton
streets to show she is a liberal woman.
A PERTINENT IMQUIBT.
Mr. Keating asked Mr. Carnahan if he
thought Mrs. Schenley would renew her
offer, made some years ago, of 150 acres to
the city for park purposes and if she would
sell the balance to the citv.
Mr. Carnahan replied that he did no
know what she would do now. When the
offer was made she thought the city would
make improvements that would enhance the
value of her property. The Junction road
has some of the land, and there is left he
thought about 370 acres in the Mount Airy
He suggested that the committee write to
Mrs. Schenley and make her a reasonable
offer for the tract. The committeewouldn't
venture at an estimate of the property's
value. Mr. Carnahan thought she would
allow a low rate of interest.
Mr. Bigelow said he had options on prop
erty near the Schenley tract lor from $500 to
$1,000 per acre, among them Jndge Magee's
property, j The committee thought the park
would be incomplete without the Murdock
farm of 130 acres.
Finally the committee instructed Chief
Bigelow to write Mrr. Schenley for terms
en the Mt. Airy tract.
MAI HAVE TO GO HOME.
Mr. Brennen Thinks tbe Case Is Against the,
Forrlta Glnss Men.
Attorney W. J. Brennen for the Trades
Council said yesterday that they had un
doubtedly shown that the foreign Jeannette
glass blowers were imported, and they
would either have to be sent back or fine the
Arm $1,000 for every mantimported.
A member ofUhc Trades Council declared
emphatically they would have to go back.
Mr. Brennen will hold a final consulta
tion with United States District Attorney
Sonnd Reasons for Approval.
There are several cogent reasons why tbe
medical profession recommend and the public
prefer Hostetter's Stomach Bitters above the
ordinary cathartics. It does not drench and
weaken the bowels, hat assists rather than
forces nature to act; it is botanic and safe: its
action is net er preceded by an internal earth
quake like that produced by a drastic purga
tive. For 33 years past it has Deen a household
remedy for liver, stomach and kidney troubles,
malaria and rheumatism.
FOR THE UOT WEATHER.
Are Yon Wasting Timet
Are you using Marvin's pure rye bread?
If not, you are missing one ot the most de
lightful things of this life. Don't waste
any more valuable time. Get a few loaves
from your grocer and try them. You will
never regret it. ttssu
REAL ESTATE SAVINGS BANK. MM,
401 Smltbfleld Street, cor. Fourth Avenue.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $45,000.
Deposits of $1 and upward received and
interest allowed at 4 per cent tts
B. Si B.
To-morrow is our great summer remnant
day. Bogqs & Buhl.
For a few days only, greatest bargains in
onyx, fine French and American clocks,
silverware, etc. Bather than remove them
while making extensive repairs to onr store,
will sell at cost and less than cost. No mis
representation. Ci.ll at once for big bargains
at J. P. Steinmann's, 107 Federal sL, Alle
gheny, Pa. ttssu
New Train Arrangements. -
The Bedford Sprirrgs Hotel Company beg
to notify the public that commencing to-day,
and during the season, the train on the Penn
sylvania Bailroad leaving Union station at
1 o'clock makes direct connection via Hunt
ingdon for Bedford Springs on any day ex
Lots of Remnants Bellini-, the Prices' "Lew
Plough to make them go this Is the week
don't delay in coming.
Jos. Hokne & Co.'s I
Penn Avenue Stores.'
Oar great July one day remnant sales 'are
to-morrow, Friday. -sUOGOa & bdhl,
es-Dltptay advertisements one dollar per
square for one insertion. Classified advertise
tnenis on this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
To vtet, etc, ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken for less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient ad vertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are 10 bo prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with Tns DIS
THOMAS MCCAFFREY. 359 Butler street.
EMIL O. STUCKEY, TMth street snd Penn are.
E. G.ST"JCKEYCO.,Wylleave. andFultoust
N. iSTOKELY. 1'lfth Avenue .Market House.
J. TV. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER & SHE1BLER, 5th av. & Atwood It.
JACOBSPOHN. No. S Carson street.
E. A. DONALDSON. 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAERCHEtt, 59 Federal street.
H. J. McBKlUE. Federal and Ohio streets.
FKE1 H. EOGERS. 17! Ohio street.
F. H. EOOEKS4SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENBY, Western and Irwin ave.
U. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Bearer ares.
PEKKY M. OLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny ayes.
TITANTED-A GOOD BARBER-WAGES 1S
YY per week. JACOBS & SCHOEN, 1139 Liberty
WANTEU-GOOD BARBER. APPLY AL
BERT KING, 68 Grant ave.. MUlvale bor
WANTED-2 YOUNG MEN TO SELL UK
commission. Address W. J., Dispatch
WANTED I BRICKLAYERS. APPLY ON
Davis St., Eleventh wrd. MITCHELL &
WANTED GOOD LABORING MEN ON
Carson street, sear Fourth street S. 8. J.
WANTED-1 GOOD TIN ROOFER. CALL
soon or address J, AY. BOWER, Home
stead, Pa. JylS-7S
WANTED-DEUG CLERK-MUST BE AN
experienced man. Address POTASH. Dis
patch office. jy!7-9
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS MANTEL AND
grate setter. Apply to PITTSBURG FIL-
INQCO., 2U Wood t. Jyl8-72
TU'ANTED-A COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER:
VV a (rood place for the right man. Address
A. G., Dispatch office. JylS-78
WANTED-S1X PRACTICAL, FIRST-CLAbS
boiler makers; steady employment.
KfcEVES ukus., .wues, w. jy"-
ANTED-COLLECTOK 8TATE REFER-
ENCES. experience and wares expected.
Address P. O. BOX 733, city. Jrl8-W
WANTED-25 LABORERS AT RUCH'b HILL:
apply at tbe work Tnursday morning.
BOOTH FL1NN, contractors. JylS-86
-TTTANTED-A FIRST-CLASS WHITE BAR
V BER: good wages and steady work. Ad
dress to J. F. SHAFFER, Butler CO., Pa. JylS-M
be of good appearance. Apply Immedi
ately P. F. COLLIER, No. UBS Penu avenue.
WANTED-A JOURNEYMAN BARBER AND
aboythathusomeXDerlenceln tbe busi
ness. CHARLES DECKLAR, No. 1510 Caron
St., S. S. Jyl8-t!
WANTED-AGENTS TO SELL TEA AND
coffees. Apply "perwmally or address to the
LONDON TEA CO., 134 Washington ave., Pitts
burg, S. 8. JylS-74
TTANTED-FIR3T-CLAH8 BRAbS MOLDER
vv can find permanent employment at tne
KELLY & JONES CO.; 143 First are..
-TTTANTED-AN EXPERIENCED MAN WHO
YY thoroughly understands the produce busi
ness to manage tbe details In office. Address
PRODUCE, Dispatch office. JylS-ie
WANTED-A GOOD STOUT BOY, 15 TO 17
vears old; one fiat wishes to learn tbe
butcher business preferred. Apply to MEAT
MARKET. HllButler St., city. - Jylg-3J
WANTED-STONEMASONS TO WORK AT
new Western University. Allegheny. Ap
ply at wokjus, oraiomceor .uukkisum ukus.,
cor. Fulton st. and Grant alley, Allegheny,
-crrANTED-lMMEDIATELY-A GOOD BOY
YY to learn tbe barber trade, with some expe
rience preferred; good wages to a good boy. Ad
dress BOX 43, Evans City, Butler county, Pa.
-TTTANTKD-BOOKKEEPEU FOR MANUFAC
YY TURING firm: must be a first-class pen
man, rapid and accurate: none other need apply;
one wbo can begin at once preferred. Address
IRON, Dispatch office J y 18-71
YV powder and pure spices: gifts with goods;
coke workers, miners orinlllmcn can makemoney
In their spare time. YAMASHUtO TEA CO.. S3
Jackson, St., Allegheny, Pa. JaZS-86-TTS
TT7-ANTEDAN ACTIVE BUSINESS MAN.
YY living outside Pittsburg, to represent our
house In thfs State; salary about tluo mouthlv;
references given and exacted. SOPT. MFG.
HOUSE, Lock Box 1610, N. Y. oc7-48-Th
WANTED-YOUNG MAN FOR TIMEKEEP
EK and assistant bookkeeper: must have a
knowledge of the building business and come
well recommended; state age and where lust em
ployed. Address D.X., Dispatch office. Jyl8-
WANTED-BAD WRITERS AT SMART'S
Eclectic Shorthand and Business College, 4
Sixth street, Pittsburg. Good penmanship taught
In a few lessons, instruction thorough and pri
vate for both sexes. College open dar and even
ing through summer. Jyl3-93-TTSSn
WANTED-DRUG CLERK-MUST BETHOR
OUG11LY competent and practical. lioncU
and sober, giving best reference; one experienced
In down-town siore preferred: permanent posi
tion: goodalary. Address PITTSBURG Dili G
GIST.Dispatch office. Jyl8-2l
WANTED-MEN TO ATTEND NEW YORK
Cutting bchooI:Urllngs actual measure
ment taught In all Its branches; the 'only true
sjstem fitting any and all shapes; no trying on:
instructions, 10 A. u. to 4 p. M. ; evening. 7 j 9
r. M. ; call or write Tor circular. M4 WOOD ST.,
Pittsburg, Pa. Jy9-49
WANTED-SALESMEN-WE WISH A FEW
men to sell our goods by sample to the
wholesale and retail .trade: on salary: largest
manufacturers in our line; inclose !c stamp: wages
(3 per day: permanent position: money advanced
for wages, advertising, etc. CENTENNIAL
M'F'G. CO.. Cincinnati. O.
-Vf7-ANTED MAN-TO TAKE AGENCY OF
Y our sares; size 28x18x18 inches; weight 600
lbs. : retail price S35; other sizes in proportion: rare
chance to create -permanent business at home:
these safes meet demand never before supplied by
othersafo companies, as we are not governed by
tbe Safe Pool. ALPINE SAFE CO., Cincinnati, O.
-TTTANTED-A GOOD GIRL; FOR COOK AT
VV ax) MARKET.-Pittsbnrg? jyi8-5
ANTED A HEALTHY WET NUBSE ATI18
siuriiLLusi., Aiiegneny. Jyl3-2J
-rTANTKD-A GOOIV GIRL FOR GENERAL
YV housework: best wages to suitable party at
58 PRIDE STREET, city. Jyl!-S4
WANTED-A YOUNG LADY. GRADUATE
of some good Institution, to teach English
branches a few hours per day. Inquire at 64
uxvi jvvfjiuj, Auegueny, oeiweeu l.aj ana
Male and Female ITeln.
-TTTANTED - COOK AND CHAMBERMAID
YV for small family, laundresses, cooks.cbara
bermaids. dining room girls, nurses, house girls,
German and colored girls, waiters, drivers, farm
hands. MRS. E. THOMPSON, 60S Grant st".
-TTTANTED-10O INSIDE LABORERS. 43 FARM
Y V hands. 4 colored waiters, man to attend to a
horse and work about place, hotel cooks, cham
bermaids, dining room girls and dishwashers,
cooks and house girls., MEEUANS, MJUrantst.
male or female. In every community:
goods staple: household necessity; sell at sight: no
peddllftg: salary paUScromptly, and expenses ad
vanced. Tull particulars and valuable sample
case free: we mean Juil what we say. Address at
once STANDARD SILVERWARE. CO., Boston.
TTTANrED-A POSITION AS ASSISTANT
YV bookkeeper; reference. Address W. W.,
Dispatch office. Jyl8-9
VT7-ANTED-SITUATION BY AN EXPERI
YY ENCED bookkeeper; can give ,flrst-class
reference. Address is. K., Dispatch office.
WANTED -SITUAfflON BY YOUNG MAN
Just from school; good scholar; best refer
ence: shorthand and typewriter: salary not the
object; permanent position and promotion de
sired. Address J. H., Dispatch office. JylS-76
YV complicated aceounuaudltedandadjusled;
bookkeepers furnished permanently or tempora
rily: small sets of books kept at reasonable rates;
Improved system. W. WOOLSEY, Expert Ac
coununt, 163 Fifth avenue. Jyl8-1
Booms. Booses. Etc
TTT'ANTED-'-BY A YOUNG 'GENTLEMAN-A
YV lurnlshed room; will pay a good fleure for
a desirable location. Address T, W.,.Dlspatch
TTTANTED--A TCOUNG GENTLEMAN BE
VY HIRES -pleasant, room . 'With or', without
hoard, for summer. Address SUMMER. Dts-
lmai num. - ' . -rajse.,- .- jjyie-x,-
"TtTANTED-PHYSlCIAN A3 PARTNER IN A
yv large and Increasing special practice In
x.treuurs, i tk. ; a gooa ensnee lor me riKUb iubu;
no trlflers. Address LOCK BOX S, Pittsburg,
WANTED-BOAHDING FOR 10-YEAK-OLD
boy In the countrv for one month from 30th'
Inst.; state terms. INSURANCE, Dispatch of
WANTKD-BOARDING IN COUNTRY FOR
elderlr lady and companion; good accom
modations and location. Address "IKON B.."
Dispatch office. Jyl6-41-TTh
Bonrdcra and Ledgers.
TTTANTED PERSONS DESIRING GOOD
V V country board can learn of a pleasant place
by addressing SIR. 31. K.. Emsworth. Jyls-3
WANTED-OCCUFANTS FORTWO NICELY
lur lshed front rooms, with hoard: good lo
cation, facing parks. JltsUEKIDAN AVE.. Alle
gheny. , Jyl8-77
WANTED-KENTS TO COLLECT-MONTHLY
settlement, with Itemized statement. L.
O. FRAZ1ER, Forty-fifth and Butler sts.
"TTTANTED-MORTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
TT In sums to suit at H, 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth are. Tel. 167.
ANTED-fAtlDO TO BORROW ON MORT
GAGE on valuable Johnstown property:
title good. Address F. 1 . V., Dispatch office.
WANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY PKOP
. EBTY. over SLOOO; 4!f per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER & CO.. K Fourth avenue.
COYLE& CO.. 131 Fourth ave.
"TTTANTED-TO LOAN (350,000 ON MOKT
n GAGES In amounts to suit, in oUy or coun
try, at 4Klo 6 per cent, as to security; no delay.
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave.
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY ON piORT
UAGES on Improved real estate In sums of
l"O0 and upward, for three or five years, at 4), i
and 6 per cent. L. O. FKAZIER, Fortv-fltth and
Butler sts. Jyl-4i-TT8
TXTANTED-TO LOAN (500,000. IN AMOUNTS
Y V of S3, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4K per cent, freeortax: alio smaller
amounts at 5 and S per cent. BLACK A BAIKD,
35 i ourth avenuev se21-d2S-r
Y V on city and snburban properties at 4K, Sand
6 per cea. and on larms In Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 6 per cent. 1. M. PEN NOCK ft
SON, 105 Fourth arerwe. ap7-ftl
TTTANTED-TO LOAN 1330.000 ON MOBT-
t v UAixiLs: tiw ana upwara at o per cent:
f500,OOOat 4M per cent on residences or business
iiruperiy; aiso in aojoining
FRENCH. IK Fourth avenue.
so In adjoining counties. 8. H.
TTTANTED-J7,5C0WORTH OF CLOTHING OR
YV drrgoods for good real estate; no delay In
this. SftVENSON'S AGENCY, lOOFlfthave.
WANTED-A SECOND-HAND ROULETTE
wheel, 36 numbers. Address, stating price,
M. GASPER, 143 Champlaln St., Cleveland, U.
XTTANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
YV dozen (13) of Stewart & Co. s fine cabinet
pnotos for II, at 90 and 93 FEDERAL ST.. AUe-
WANTED-TO BUY A LIGHT ON.E.HORSE
carriage, with leather curtains: modern
style, In good condition. WIN A. S1PK, 93 Dia
mond St., Pittsburg. JylS-87
WANTED-LADILS TO KNOWHAUGH
Kecnan repair, refinlsh or upholster old
furniture promptly and In the best possible man
ner. 33 AND 34 WATER ST. 'Phone 163.. ray9-32
TTTANTED TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
YV BEBS to secure a line gold watch for each
one lu the club at tl 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX SOI, and I will call and snow you the watch.
"TTTANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
VV TOGRAPHEK. 90 Fifth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he Is maVlng fine cabinets at tl 50 per
dozen: photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous process. mhl3-63
TTTANTED CALIFORNIA PERSONS IN
Y Y TERESTED In California and co-operation
can obtain valuable Information b correspond
ing with Chicago and California Colonization Co..
S3Dearborn St., Room S. Chicago, III. RALPH
E. IKIYT, President, HENRY HARRISON, Sec.
and Treas. Jyl7-3
FOR SALE IMPROVED UEAL ESTATE.
rOR8ALE-l,100-HARRISON ST, SEVEN
TEENTH ward, good frame dwelllng.Srooms,
cellar, etc.: lot 25x50 feet: terms easy. L. O.
FRAZIER, Forty-fifth and Butler sts. Jyl6-45-TTS
FOR SALE-6 CHOICK HOUSES ON SIDNEY
street, above Twentv-thlrd, tbe best and
pleSsantest location on the Southslde: Sidney
street being wide, newly paved and well lm-
E roved; houses, to be finished by August lit,
ave pressed brick and stone ornamental fronts,
and contain elgnt rooms, witn Dath. laundry and
every other convenience: city water, gas and
natural gas on each floor, and good plumbing
leading to city sewers makes dwelllugs first class
In every respect; Smlthfleld and Carson street cars
Sass within one square; terms, t-OD0 cash, with
alancc payable as arranged to suit purchaser.
ApplV to BAKEWELL PHILLIPS. Dispatch
office. Fifth are., city. Je27-85-rrsa
East End Residences.
FOR SALE UH TO LET-A BARGAIN-NEW
bouse in the East End, 6 rooms, attic, hall,
cellar, marble mantels, natural gas, all newly
papered and everything In nice order; Immediate
possession. JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO., 129 Fourth
avenue, Plttssur. Jyl8-88
FOR SALE-ONLY H50O-WARD ST.. OAK
LAND, a 2-story and mansard hrlck dwell
ing of 8 rooms, hall, vestibule, range, bath. Inside
w, c, etc., all modern conveniences. This is a
bargain In price as well as location. BLACK &
BA1KD, 95 Fourth ave. (2D, 74.) Jyl4-58
FOR SALE-J2.80O-MIFFLIN ST.. SIX
TEENTH ward, one square from traction
line, good, substantial frame dwelling. 5 rooms,
attic nail, vestibule, side entrance, etc.; Iot20x
101 feet to alley: terms easy. L. O.TRAZ1ER,
Forty-fifth and Butler sts. Jyl6-45-TTS
FOR SALE-I2.700-GKOSS ST.. TWENTIETH
ward, convenient to station: new frame
dwelling, 5 rooms, finished attic, ball, vestibule,
front and rear porches, inside shutters, grained
and well finished all through; lot ZlxlOO feetl easy
payments. L. O. FRAZIER, Forty-fifth and But
ler sts. jyl6-45-Tts
FOR SALE-K0O3EAST END DWELLING,
near Fifth avenue and cable line: cornerprop
erty on good street: new Queen Anne style. 6 rooms,
hath, porches. Inside shutters and w. c; natural
gas. etc.; all newly papered and decorated: lot 49
xIOO; easy terms. SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO.,
99 Fourth ave. J y 16-59-Trr
FOR SALE ELEGANT NEW STONE RESI
DENCE of tbe most modern style of archi
tecture: finished with great taste and elegance;
beautifully located on Ellsworth ave., Bldwell
and Barton sts., bhadyslde. For full particulars
and Information see W. A. HEBRON & SONS, 80
Fourth avenue. Jji6-6-tts
FOR SALE-A COZY HOME-CHEAP AND
easy terms; on Vera street, n. ito gan. Thir
teenth ward: lot 50 ft. by 100 ft. to an alley: a 2
story frame b6use or 5 rooms; duisbed basement
and cellar In excellent repair; nice lot, fruits, etc.;
Price 11,750; S50O cash, balance to suit. I. M.
E.S NOCK A SON. No. 105 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-K.250-MEYRAN AVE., OAK
LAND. 2-story and mansard brick dwelling
of 8 rooms, hall, vestibule, range, bath. Inside
w. c, stationary wash stand, slate mantels, tile
hearths, elegant gas fixtures, nicely papered,
front and back stain, front and rear porch, flag
stone walks, etc. BLACK & BAIRD. 95 Fourth
FOR SALB-flLOOO-E. E. RESIDENCE PROP.
hltTY, 4 minutes' walk from lioup sta. : hand
some new Queen Anne style brick containing 10
rooms, reception hall, bath, laundry, 2 Inside w.
cs.. Inside shutters, sliding doors, handsome com
bination chandeliers. Incandescent lights, etc.:
certainly one of the finest dwellings in the E. E.;
not built for sale: lot 50x150 to an alley. SAMUEL
W. BLACK CO., 99 Fourth ave. Jyl8-l-ThB
FOR SALE ONLY A FEW NOW REMAIN
unsold of the very desirable eight-room
dwellings on Oakland square: the rapidity with
which sales have been made shows the estimation
In which they arebeld; durably built and hand
somely finished, supplied with every modern con
venience: standing on large lots and facing a
handsome park planted with beautiful shade
trees: these dwellings have tbe notable advantage
of being but 15 to 20 minutes from the postoffloe by
tbe Pittsburg Traction road; a cable loop, for
which an ordinance is now in Councils, wltl pass
within 1U) feet or the square; prices S3, too and 16,
750; terms, moderate cash paymrnt"and long time
on balance. Apply to C A. CHANCE on the
FOR SALE-ON NORTTI AVENUE ALLE
GHENY, elegant residence, corner .'ot. 30x170
feet: a commodious house of 14 rooms, in fine
order. W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth
avenue. , Jyi6-64-rrs
FOR SALE-ONLY 7.C00-FKOFERTY ON
Lacock, near Sandusky St., good brick bouse
of 8 rooms. In front, and one of 4 rooms In rear,
now paying a good rent; good reasons for selling.
W. A. HERRON & SONS. No. 80 Fourth avenue.
T7KR SALE-SMALL HOUSE OF 8 ROOMS
J with lot 12H by about 200 I eet: N o. 152 Bridge
avenue, Allegheny; to be sold at auction on ac
count of whom it may concern on Monday after
noon. July 22, at 4oTclock,ln the office of JAS. W.
DRAPE i CO., Agents and Auctioneers. 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. JylJ-57-MTuThs
FOR SALE-THE FINE RESIDENCE AND4M
acres of ground at Fair Oaks station, below
Sewlckley, of Mr. J. M. S toner: great abundance
of fruit and shade treesfina lawn, tennis and cro
quet grounds, beautiful knoll with observatorr
on top. copious supply of pure water from living
stream, purling brook, etc; excellent dwelling
house of 11 rooms, modern throughout, natural
gas, etc; full complement of outbuildings, lncp
bitlnr sheds, poultry bouses, etc, eta., to be sold
st public sale on next Tuesday afternoon, July 23,
at 3 o'clock, on.the premises; a great bargain may
be expected, as tbe owner Is ofng to California;
send for tull descriptive circular. Further par
ticulars from the owneron the premises or JAS.
,W, DRAPE CO.. Agent and Auctioneers, lag
''Tr"'i -"""w-.i. Ji. W-!
-17OR SALE-A, VKBV NICE FILVME HOUSE
X? of 4 rooms, front porch, etc, with good lot
only 3 minutes' walk from Olenshaw station. P. a
W. R. H.: prtce800: very cheap. C. BERINOER
A SON, K3 Fourth ave. Jyl6-52-TT
riTIOR SALE AT MT. SEWICKLEY CAMF
J Grove, a cottage,6 rooms and porch, suitable
for housekeeping; choice location; excellent
water: possession given Immediately; price SIM.
Inquire of W. J. PATTERSON, ill Fourth
FORSALE-CITY LOT3-10LOTS ON LIBERTY
ave., between Thirty-ninth and Fortieth sts.,
Pittsburg, Pa.: low and on long time. H.
FORBES. Wheeling, W. Vs. Je-3S
lOR SALE-FINE XOT ON "FORTY-SECOND
and Calrln streets, near i'enn ave Seven
teenth ward, about 96x100 ft.; price reasonable:
terms easy. L M. PENNOCK & SON. 105 Fourth
East End Lots.
FOR SALE-NICE LOT AT HOMEWOOD ON
First street; on P. R. R.: 25xluo ft. to a 20 ft.
alley. I. M. PENNOCK SON, 103 Fourth ave.
I7IOR 8ALE-SI.40O WILL BUY TWO VERY
tine lots on Carver street. 20 and 22x100 feet to
20-rt. alley: sewer paid. .Apply to F. O. VAN
GOKDER. 6014 Penn avenue. East En Je27-67-TTS
T7IOR SALE tL7M FOR ALL 16 LOTS, 25X124
V each, Park ave., near Shetland avc.Twenty
flrst ward: convenient to East Liberty station or
cable cars; a great bargain; must bo sold at once.
SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth ave.
TTIOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL LEVEL LOTS IN
JD one of the most desirable locations in the
East End: convenient to both cable roadsP. It.
R. and other city conveniences; reasonably low
prices and terms to suit. BLACK BAIRD. 95
Fourth ave. , Jyl3-3M3,16.1S,2u,22,24,26,30
FOR SALE-LOTS! LOTSI-3 CHOICE LOTS
on Frankstomn ave.. Brushton station. Bank
orCommerce addition-plan; each 40x140 feet to 24
foot alley; terms to suit: cheapest lots In the
market. Secure pVm from JOHN F. BAXTER,
Agent, 512 SmUhfield St. Jvl8-64-Tbs
FOR SALE-S70 PER FRONT FOOT. CRAIG
st.. graded, sewered and about to be paved ;
Iot50xl42toan alley, facing east: only 4 minutes'
walk from Fifth ave. cable or 5 minutes from P.
R. K.; will sell for fioo per ft. when paved.
SAM'L W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave.
ITnzel wood Lots.
TTIOR SALE-HAZELWOOD, ABOUT 4 ACRES
X: of the finest property In Hazelwood; fronts
on 4 streets and is onlr 2 minutes' walk from the
station; nice and level. For particulars see
ntiou. uuiLEsiAi., 131 ourtn ave. jyiou
FOR SALE LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues and Lombard street. Allegheny, In
thelenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH MCN AUGHER. 43 N. Diamond St.
FOR SALE CHOICE BUILDING LOTS IN
desirable locality In Second ward, Allegheny;
convenient to street cars; prlcei ic0 to f5W;ta
easy terms; now is the time to buy. as prices are
constantly advancing. W. W. MCNEILL BRO.,
105 Fourth ave. Jyl8-99
FOR SALE-LOT IN NORTH BRADDOCK:
large lot. triangular shspe, eor. Swlssrale
and South streets, near City tarra station, B. & O.
R. K.: price, tSOO. I.M. PENNOCK &SON. 105
Fourth ave. 1yl8-6S-MTbs
FOB SALE-AX WILKINSBURG. LOT 56x132
corner Hill and Mill streets, 2 minutes from
school house and 10 minutes from station. Will
be sold cheap rorcash. W. E. HAMNETT. 404
Smltbfleld street, Wnklnsburg, Pa. - JylS-67
fTIORSALE A 5 OHIO-ACRE PIECE OF LAND
X In plan of Marlvllle,snear city and railroad:
spendldspot forsuburban house: fine river view
and wide rangeof landscape beauty: one of the
healthiest spots In the country. Plans from JAS.
W. DRAPE 4 CO., 12!- Fourth avenue Pitts
burg. Mortgages negotiated. JylS-88
-I7UR SALE-FARM 125 ACRES, FR. HOUSE 7
JD rooms, bank barn, 6 springs, good orchard,
near Elizabeth, river and railroad station; fS3
per acre. ED. WiTIlSH. 410 Grant St.. Pitts
FOR SALE ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. HOTELS,
boarding houses, cottages, lots and bath
bouses to let or for sale by I. G. ADAMS A CO.,
real estate agents, R. Est. A Law Bdg., Atlantic
Citr. N. J. Je20-3-D
FOR SALE A HANDSOME GROVE OF 5
acres fronting the New Brighton road and
near Laurel station on Ft. Wayne Railroad. flTC
miles from Allegheny depot. C. BERING ER 4
SON. 103 Fourth ave. JTI6-52-TT.
FOB SALE BUSINESS.
-TTIOR 8 ALE A CONFECTIONERY WTTH FIX
T TURES for sale cheaD. Apply 1720 PENN
AVE. , Jyis-s
FOR BALE HARNESS SHOP. STOCK. FIX
TURES, lease: first-class city and country
trade. Address H ARN ESS, Dispatch office.
FOR SALE CITY GROCERY, CLEARING
(4, 000 pel-year: a rare opening for a man who
understands the business. Full particulars from
BALTENSPERGER A WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth
avenue. " Jyl8-91
IOR SALE-iOO GROCERY. DRYGOODS,
drug, china and notion stores: light manu
facturing business, paying well; feed store, ex
tensive and profitable bakery, ice cream and con
fectionery business; cigar stores snd confection
ery stores, all sizes and prices; fine restaurantand
dining rooms, printing office, butcher shop, milk
depots, upholstery business, shoe stores, etc.
Free particulars. SHEPARD & COi, 54 Fifth are.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY
property, a general country store business,
with storeroom, dwelling, warehouse, etc.. at a
good point on UnCof railroad, with postofhee. ex
press and railroad agency, the revenue from which
alone runs up to HO per mo.: excellent trade in
grain. produeeetc:tbI Is a good opening; no
opposition. Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE 4
CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. Mortgages
FOR SALE-BLACKSMITH SHOP AND LOT
25x50 feet with all ne cessary tools, 2 pair of
bellows, 2 anvils, a large assortment of manufac
tured horseshoes, iron, scrap, stove, etc., etc.,
on Oakland avenue between Filth avenue and
Forbes street, Oakland, same stand occupied by
8. B. Mackle. to be sold at public Sale on Thursday
-afternoon. July 18, at 2 o'clock-, on the premises.
particulars irom jab. . iiiiAn x uu.. 121
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE THAT.FINE MANUFACTURING
site known as the Banner Mill, cor. Main and
Sycamore streets. Allegheny, with large substan
tial buildings, engines, boilers, pulleys, shafting,
etc: location, good: price low. Full Information
see W. A. HERRON SONS, 80 Fourth avenue
street. Eighteenth ward, an excellent
2-story, mansard finish, brick store and dwelling,
with store and 12 dwelling rooms; ball: excillcnt
cellar; tin roof; water, gas, etc.: good location;
lot 20x180 ft.: cheap, and on easy terms. I. M.,
PENNOCK & SON, 105 Fourth avenue
FOR SALE-VERY, CHEAP ON ACCOUNT
of owner leaving the state, a small place of
2M acres of good land with a four-roomed house,
stable and blacksmith shop: on a much-traveled
public road, near Freeport, West Penn R. R,: price
only poo if sold at once: an excellent opportunity
fora blacksmith or wagon maker. CBLKlXUttt
A SON. 103 Fourth ave. . y!6-52-TT
Horses Vehicles. Lire fltock. drc
FOR SALE FRESH. ARRIVAL OF 30 HEAD
of choice Kentucky horses by steamer Hud
son, consisting of fine drivers, saddlers, carriage
teams and fast roadsters: buyers requested to call
and examine stock at thc-siable of Jackman
Sons, 5J6 Penn ave. M. D0GAN. JjlS-M
FOR SALE FAMJLT HORSE A BROWN
horse. 7 years old, perfectly reliable: can
recommend his good qualities; no finer barouche
or coupe horse In the city; alsocouneand harness;
sold for want of use. Apply to C. A. WARM
CASTLE, No. 5945 Penn avenue,' or No. 80
FOURTH AVENUE. . Jyl8-3-TT8
Machinery' and Metal
OR BALE-ONE SECOND-HAND TURNING
machine. 2 surfaeers and 1 slianer. and new
and second-hand engines and boilers, lard ket
tles, tar tanks, blomen valves, castings, etc-.
VELTE & MCDONALD, Thirty-second st, anoT
Penn ave.' ; Jy2-9i-Tj,s
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Notice Is herehv given that tbe copartner
ship heretofore, existing between the under
signed, nnder the firm name of Hawksworth &
Manchester, Keystono Steam Boiler, Works,
was this day dissolved by tnntaat consent. All
debts 0 wine to the said firm ar6 to be received
by Wm. Manchester: and all demands on tbe
said firm are to be paid by him.
GEO; H. HAWKBWORTH,
WM. MAiV CHESTER.
ESTATE OF CHARLES L. CALDWELL,
deceased. Notice Is hereby given that let
ters of administration on the estate of Charles
L. Caldwell, deceased, have been granted to tbe
undersigned, to whom air persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make immediate
payment, and those having claims or demands
airainst the same'will make them known with
out delay. GEORGE P. HAMILTON,
Administrator, 148 Fourth ave,, Pitts bare.
OFFICE OF ALBERT "YORK SMITH.
TJ1STATE OF GLTER C. SHIDLE DE
Fl CEASED Notice U hereby given that
letters testamentary oa tbe estate of Geter C
Sbldle, deceased, later ot Pittsburg, have been
granted to the undersigned, to whom all per
sons Indebted to said estate are requested to
make Immediate payment, asd those having
claims or demands agatest the same will make
them knowa wlaJrataHMar.,
AJTN1ER. SHIDLE. v
TO LET-BRICK HOUSE. NO. 1C CRAW
FORD St.. containing eight rooms.lncludlng
two In mansard; possession given Immediately.
F.R. STONER, 415 Grant St., Room No. 22.
T0LET-NO. 18 ANDERSON STREET, ALLE
GHENY, only 47 month. Wrooma. 'ate 1m
proveincnts. W. A. HERRON & SONS. No. 80
Fourth ave. Jyl6t-TTS
TO LET-ALLEGHENY NO. 24 KOB1NSON
St., 8 rooms, 830; 139 Franklin St.. 8 rooms.
137 50; Drum St., Srooms. SIS. A. LEGUATE &
SON, 31 Federal St.. Allegheny. Jyl6-80
TO LET-A NEAT 6-ROOM HOUSE IN WIL
KINSBURG: ntturalgas, etc.: possession at
once. JAS. W. DRArE & CO.. 129 Fourth avenue,
TO LET-SEW ICKLEY-P.. Ft. W. & C. KY.,
a furnished bouse of 9 rooms. bath, and 3 min
utes' walk from station: rent, K0 per month. W.
A. HEBRON Jt SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
Offices. Detk Room. OTjc
rpO LHT WELL LIGHTED OFFICE. NEWLY
1 painted: elevator. Janitor serrlce and .tl
modern conveniences. Apply to GERMAN1A
SAVINGS BANK, 423 Wood street. e2-68-D
TO LET-OFFICE ROOMS OR BUIIES FOR
general business purposes In the new DIS
PATCH BUILDING. 7 77 and 79 Diamond St.;
situation most central In tbe city: electtic light
Included In rents, which are moderate. Apply
between 11 A. M. and i P. u . Je27-to
TO LET-PESN BUILDING. PENN AVE.,
near Seventh St., offices single or en suite,
in this elegant 8-story building: 2Crane elevators,
heat and Janitor services; rents exceptionally
low; floor plans at our office; we have also de
sirable offices In other good buildings. SAMUEL
W. BLACK 4 CO.. 99 Fourth ave. Je29-32-D
TO LET-BUSINESS OR JVAREHOUSE-NO.
93 Third avenue, near Wood street: rent low.
A. A. HERRON & SONS, No. 80 Fourth avenue.
Personal-books: booksi books:
New and old. ancient and modern, standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30,'JOovoI
umns to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STOKE,
900 Liberty st. my3-28
PERSONAL WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIFE,
mother or daughters In reoalrlng snd clean
ing your old clothes, when It can be donefora
trifle by DICKSON, the Tailor, cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood st,. second floor? Charges moderate;
facilities unsurpassed: suits madeto order; spring
styles now ready. Telephone 1558. mb.3
STOLEN-ON SUNDAY. JULY 14, A PUG
dog, from 3813 BUTLER ST. Reward for re
turn and no questions asked. JylS-69
TOLEN A YOKE OF CATTLE, WEIGHT
1 L600 each: dark red In color:lnformatlon lead
ing to whereabout will be rewarded. BltUWN 4
KENNEDY. Thompsouvllle. Pa. Jyl8-70
LOST A GRAY HORSE-ABOUT 18 HANDS
high, partlv Roman nose, carries mane on
jertsiae. A iioerai rewara tor nis return to m.
MEWES, Mt. Oliver.
LOST-MONDAY. JULY 15, ON PENSYL
VANIA avenue. Allegheny, skye terrier dog,
registered; answers to the name of Dandy. Lib
eral reward paid if returned to . Dx BOY, 144
Sheffield at.. Allegheny. Jyl8-ll
Office Armenia Insurance Company,
65 Fourth ave.,
Pittsburg. Jolv II. 1S8S.
TMVIDEND THE BOARD" OF DIRECT-
XJ ORS have declared a semi-annual divi
dend of THREE DOLLARS per share, pay
aole on demand. W. D. McGlLL.
The I&es Franklin Insurance Co., 7
of the qlty of allegheny, pa
AiXEonEXT, Jnly 10. 1SS9. )
TIVIDEND-THE DIRECTORS OF THIS
I company have this day declared a divl
dend or THREE PER CENT ($1 50pershare),
payable on demaud. WM. A. FORD,
PROPO-ALS WILL DE RECEIVED AT
T.-A. WEBER'S store, 1000 Carson St. for
papering, plumbing, painting and carpentering
in Bedford School. Twenty-ninth ward. Speci
fications can be seen at above place from 2 to 5
F. M. until Jnly 20. Tbe right is reserved to re
ject any or all bids. jy!7 65
"VfOTICETO CONTRACTORS-BIDS WILL
1 be received up to July 24. 1889. at 12 M.,
for paving eleven thousand (11.000) square
yards of streets with ve trifled firebrick. Plans
and specifications for same can be seen at tbe
office of tbe Borough Engineer, in Greens
burg, Pa. C.T.LONG, Engineer. jyl7-4o-D
IHE WZSTINGIIOUSK AIRBRAKE CO.,1
Pittsburg. Pa Julv 11, 1889. f
VTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS PROPOS
ITI ALS will be received by this company
until MONDAY NOON. July 22, 1889, for the
erection of fifty (50) frame dwelling bouses
at Wilmerding station. Penn'a R. R. Plans
and specifications can be seen at the office of
the company oh, Robinson street, Allegheny,
and will be fully explained bv W. C. Ferguson.
The right is reserved to reject any or all bids.
Proposals to be marked "wilnierding Hoaws"
and addressed to tbe undersigned, O. MILLER,
Purchasing Agent, Westinghouse Air Brake
OFFICE CENTRAL BOARD OF EDUCATION, I
SIS Market st. (
ATOTICE TO PAINTERS AND CALCI
JM MINERS ,
Sealed proposals for pain ting and calciminlng,
to be done at the Central High School, will be
received at this office until 3 P. jr., FRIDAY,
the 19th inst. Specifications of the work to be
done can be seen at tbe office of C. M. Bart
berger. Architect, room 62, Lewis building..
Tbe Committee on High School reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
. " CHARLES REISFAR, Jb
jyl6-89 ' Secretary.
PROPOSALS SEALED PROPOSALS
will be received at tbe office of the archi
tect from now until 4 P. M. MONDAY. July
29. 18S9, for the erection of a 3-tory frame dor
mitory and boarding hall, to be built at Oak
dale, Allegheny county. Pa. (Panhandle Rail
road). Plans and specification- may be seen at
the office of James N. Campbell, Architect,
Room 814, Penn building. Pittsburg, Pa., where
all bids must be addressed,
The board reserve tbe right to reject any or
Separate bids must be made for the excavat
ing and stonework. W. A. HERRIOTT,
HENRY ADAMS. President
PROPOSALS FOR WOODBRIDQE 10
INCH steel wire gun forglngs Ordnance
Office, War Department, Washington, July 12,
1889 Sealed proposals in duplicate will be re
ceived at this office until 3 o'clock P. it.,
on THURSDAY, Augnst 1. 1889. for supplying
tbe O'dnance Department, U. S. Army, with
forgings,of American manufacture, for three
(3) boops and parts of breech mechanism for a
10-iuch steel wire gun, to conform in quality
and dimensions to the specifications and draw
ings to be had at this office. Bidders will state
the price per pound for tbe f otgingtand how
soon the whole can be delivered. Tne depart
ment reserves tbe right to waive informalities
and to .reject all or any bids or parts thereof.
Blank forms on which proposals must be
made can be had upon application. Copies of
XhU advertisement, of the specifications and of
tbe drawings must accompany and form.part
of tbe proposals. Proposals sbould be marked
"Proposals for Woodbfidge 10-inch steel wire
con forcings." and be addressed to Captain C.
S. SMITH. Acting Chief of Ordnance, U: S.
Armv. Washlngson, D. C
Of all kinds of wearing apparel, such as dresess,
tea gowns and wrappers. Also Turkisb, Mad
ras and pnrtler curtains, lambrequins, table
cover, mantel scarfs, tidies and all other tex
tile fabrics dry cleaned at tbe
SIXTH AVENUE DYE WORKS,
M. MAY SONS & Co.
M SIXTH AVE.
Goods called tor and delivered. jell-TTS
" A FTER TWO TRIALS.-'
FRED BEILSTEIN, of Spring Garden ave.,
was relieved of a large tapeworm by-Dr. Bur
goon on July V. after having treated with two
other physicians for tbe same.
Mr. Beilsteln can be seen at the Allegheny
market, where he has a butcher's stana.
DR.BURGUON treats all curable diseases.
Over 300 testimonials of your neighbors cured
at his office. 47 Ohio St., Allegheny, Pa.
Consultation free. ' jyl2
U AND 83 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-74-a
p A. RALPH,
, 41 Seventh avenue, -
Telsphrme 134. , sei-nSO-TTS
Ctocksv. Jewelry, rtverwartu'.m; irate, tad
clock repairing aspeelalty.'
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'AaTiSirtik -, tl t-T-na & '.
For Circular And Information arjDl V to
REV. JOHN G. MULHOLLAND.
my2-9.TTSu Longview School. Brookville.Pa.
SOUTHERN HOME SCHOOL FOR GIRLS,
915 and 917 N. Charles i-trect, Baltimore.
MRS.W.M.CARY. ; Established 1842. French
MISS CARY. ( thelanguage of tbe schooL
HOLY GHOST COLLEGE
Complete preparatory, commercial and
collegiate departments, reopens WEDNES
DAY, SEPTEMBER4; new students examined
Monday. September 2. Apply to Rev. Joilt
T. MURPHY, C. 8. Lp., President. jyl7-US
CHELTENHAM ACADEMY. OGONTZ
Pa. Unexcelled location and surround
ings. New school equipment Gymnasium,
military drill, etc Thorough preparation for
college or scientific school. For circular, etc
address J. CALVIN RICE, A. M., Principal.
-VTEW YORK MILITARY ACADEMY,
J.1 Cornwall-on-Hudson. Courses of stndy In
civil engineering. English and classics. Labor
atory, drawing room and field work. Beautiful
onildings, grounds, location. COL. C. J.
WRIGHT, B. SA. MSupt; BELDKN F.
HYATT. Comd't of Cadets. jelO-11
SIXTH STREET, PITTSBURG.
1,477 STUDENTS LAST YEAR,
Classical, Scientific, Ladies' Seminary, Normal.
Musical, Elocutionary, Business College- and
Shorthand departments. Send for new cata
logue. Correspondence withrforms persons de
siring a better education respectfully solicited.
JAMES CLARK WILLIAMS, A. M-. Pres't
Normal, Academic. Commercial. Students
prepared for advanced classes in tbebest.eot
leges, for teaching, for business. Young. La
dies' Seminary Department Fall term opens
September 9. 1889. Hon. Tbos. M. Marshall,
President Board of Trustees. Address J.WAR
REN LYTLE, Principal, No. 7 Fourth avenue.
AUCTION BALE 3 SUBSTANTIAL
J. brick dwellings. No. 293 Wenster ave.,
SATURDAY, July 20. 1889. at 3 o'clock P. 3L, dn
the premises, one 2-story brick of & rooms in
the front: also 2 bricks in the rear, of 3 rooms
each; all in good repair; lot 20x120; terms made
known at sale. BLACK &. BAIRD.
Jyl345-TT3 95 Fourth ave. 2-E-7S.
UCTION SALE MANUFACTURING
site. On the premises, Rirer are.. Alle
gheny, opposite new Thirtieth street bridge,
between P. & W. and W. P. R. R. TUESDAY,
July 23, at 2 o'clock P. 3f lot 200x125, with Im
provements, viz.: A large and substantially
built planing mill, iith first-class machinery.
2-story brick office building, stable, etc Terms
One-half cah: balance in 1,2 and 3 years.
JOHN J. HOWLEY, 127 Fourth ave.
FRIDAY. JULY 19.
At 10 o'clock, at No. 311 Market st
Fine walnut chamber suits, almost new, with
French platemirrorand marble tops, wardrobes,
lounges, rockers, easy chairs. Boats, bedsteads,
washstands. bureaus, desk, cabinet pier mirror,
pictures, rugs, mats, shades, portieres, curtains,
oilcloth, brussels and ingrain carpets, lamps,
fine tape'try parlor suit china, glass and silver
ware, spring mattresses, sideboard, extension
table, dining chairs, refrigerator, clocks, vases,
ornaments, stoves, cushions, trays, tinware, fine
parlor organ, card table, lawn mower, wringer,
kitchen safe, bedding, bookcase, case drawers,
feather bed, toilet ware, writing desks, etc
Sale positive HENRY AUCTION CO.. Ltd,
BX JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.
AUCTION SALE-OF BLACKSMITH'S
shop (fitted with natural gas) and lot
rox50 feet with all the necessary tools for the
business. 2 sets of bellows, 2 anvils, a large as
sortment of manufactured horseshoes, iron,
scrap, stove, etc, etc. on Oakland avenue be
tween Fifth avenue and Forbes street Oak
land, same stand occupied by S. B. Mackie. To
be sold on next THURSDAY AFTERNOON,
July 18, at 2 o'clock, on tbe premises.
Further particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE 4
CO., Auctioneers and Agents, 129 Fourth ave
nue, Pittsburg. Jyl7-32
E. P. & C. W. Jones, attorney. 40S Grant st
MASTER'S SALE-BY VIRTUE OF AN
order of tbe Court of Common Pleas No.
2, of Allegheny county, at No. 31, January
term. 1889, in partition, I will offer at pnbllo
sale, on the premise, on AUGUST 10.1889. at
2 o'clock, P. SL, the following property, vlx:
All those certain lot sitnate in tbe Eleventh
ward of the city of Pittsburg, connty of Alle
gheny and State of Pennsylvania, bounded and
described as follows: Beginning on Center
avenue ata line dividing lots Nos. 14 and 15 in
William Arthur's third plan of lots; thence
along Center avenue, eastwardly, 80 feet to
Roberts street: thence along Roberts street 100
feet to Short alley; thence along Short alley,
westwardly, 80 feet to line of lot No. 14; thence
along tbe line of lot No. 14 100 feet to Center
avenneattheplaceof beginning. Being lots
Nos. 15, 18, 17 and 18 In William Arthur's third
plan of lots, as recorded In Deed Book, voL 51,
page 2SL The above property will be sold sub
ject to mortgage of Robert W. Franklin to
Annie R. Speer. recorded in Mortgage Book,
vol. 198. page 436. Terms of sale cash. 5100 upon
day of sale and balance on confirmation ot sala
by court and delivery of deed.
A. F. BYRNES. Master.
D. P. THOMAS fc CO- Auctioneers. Jyl8-5a-Th
JOHN G. MACCONNELL, Attorney, Dia
ADJOURNED ORPHANS' COURT SALE
Estate of Owen Traynor, deceased In
pursuance of an order of the Orphans' Court of
Allegheny county I will expose to public sale,
upon tbe premises, on THURSDAY, August 8,
1889, at 3 o'clock P. If., a certain lot of ground
situate In the Thirty-sixth ward, city of Pitts
burg, having a front of 50 feet on Wabash ave
nue, and extending back 135 feet more or less,
to a point having erected thereon 2 two-story
frame dwelling houses and necessary outbuild
ings. This sale Is made subject to the joint
use by tbe purchaser and Mrs. Mary Traynor,
widow, owner of tbe adjoining property, of ths
hydrant standing on this lot, also of the propor
tion of the ground rent arising therefrom.
Terms of sale: One-half cash npon delivery of
deed, and the balance payable In two equal an
nual payments, with interest Deferred pay
meats to be secured by bond and mortgaze
wlth scire facias clause. 60 days default 1250
to be paid on day of sale. Possession given
PATRICK KENNEDY, Executor,
93 Steuben, Thirty-sixth ward.
A. J. Pentecost. Auctioneer and Real Estate)
Agent 413 Grant street jy4 93-U8aul
A MEETING OF THE LIFE MANAGERS
of Western Pennsylvania Exposition
Society will be held in the Art room, second
floor of Hamilton building, FRIDAY, July 18,
1889, at 3 o'clock p. K., to consider the question
of issuing (200,000 in first mortgage bonus.
Jyl5-3 JAS. W. BATCMELOR, Secretary;
-VTOTICE THE SCHOOL BOARD OF
J( Scott township will hold tbeir election of
teachers, at Woodville. Chartiera Valley R. R.,
on SATURDAY. July 20. 1889, atJ0A.lt:
term 7 months; salary for principal at Glen
dale $50 per month; other schools 538 per
month. M. C. DUNLEVY. Sec,
JV16-56 Allegheny County. Pa,
When the Liver Is crowded or clotted
with a mass of impurities, its action be
comes slow and difficult Pleurisy,
Headache, Pain in Side, Tired Feeling
and General Weakness ensues, result
ing. if unchecked. In
BROKEN DOWN SYSTEMS.
When you have these symptoms, try a
lew doses ot the genuine
DR C MrjLANE'S
CELEBRATED LIVER PILLS.
Price, 2a cents. Sold by all druggists,
and prepared only by Fleming Bros.,
Pittsburg. Pa. Beware or counterfeits
made in St Louis. jylO-JTtvT
J. A. JAQOBS,
M Fourth -venue, v.
Jjll-2-.TTS Pittsburg. Pa,
Walteb j. osBomant kichajuraAbo-.i
B ARROWS A OSBOURNE , . ,
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