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Jvyr ' TTfr" - " v if - i "Ffr ,, . - I . L THE FTTTSBUBG- DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, JOLT 16, 189a 8 TIMING WORK AWAY Local Pipe Manufacturers Compelled to Refuse a Bis Order FOE A CHICAGO FUEL GAS LIKE. Pittsburg Capital Coin? Into a Plant to Heat the Windy City. PRESIDENT GOMPEKS HEEE TO-DAI Some time ago The Dispatch published the fact that the wroucht iron manuiactur ers of the city were crowded with orders and that the industry was never in as en couraging or promising shape as now, but it vu not generally known at that time that orders were refused by the manufacturers because of an inability to fill them. For tereral days a Chicago concern, organized for the purpose of furnishing the Windy City with fuel gas, has been trying to place an order for 300 miles of 6 and 8-inch pipe. Counting the material at SI a foot, which is about the average price, tnc order is worth over $1,500,000. "When Mr. Crane, representing the Chi cago capitalists, came to this city, where be expected to have the greater portion of the material made, he found all of the mills overcrowded with orders. The National Tube Works refused to take any of the order on this account, as did also the Penn sylvania Tube "Works. Mr. Crane was compelled to virtually peddle his order, and the most h could get any one mill to under take was 30 miles. That was taken by Spang, Chalfant & Co. A little less than one-third of the entire order was loft in Pittsburg, and the remainder was dis tributed among the La stern mills. 0'E LAliOE OBDER FLACED. It leaked out several days ago that a very large order for pipe had been placed, but the manufacturers kept the matter quiet, largely on account of the difficulty at the National Tube Works. A Dispatch re porter called at the office of the American Tube and Iron Company jesterday. Thejreneral manacer, K. W. Carroll, did not deny that a large order was being placed, but he declined to give the particulars, saying lie tbongbt It nnwlso to do so at present. The next call made was at the office of the Pennsylvania Tube Works. Tlie secretary. William H. Latsnaw, famished tbe above information. In addition it was learned that when Mr. Crane first came to Pitt-burg some of the man ufacturers were afraid to undertake to put out any of the material until they learned who was back of the concern in Chicaco. The size of tbe order frightened them, and one or two of the mills refuBed to make any of the pipe until ther investigated the matter. They found that Potter Palmer and "Old Hutch." the grain dealer, were Interested financially in the enterprise. JABGE CAPITAL IN IT. It is not known how much capital the Chicago Comrjany has started in with, but It is com posed of men capable or putting up almost any amount. It is tbe intention to carry gas from the Indiana fields into Chicago for fuel pur poses. Some of the contracts for laying the pipe have already been let, and it is expected the lines will be laid to the Illinois State line by November L Here two large pumping stations will be erected for the purpose of forcing the gas into Chicago. It is said that a lot of Pittsburg capital is in vested in the enterprise, and that J. w. Duane and E. 1L Phelps representthePittsburgstock oolders. 'TWILL BE A BUSY DAY. President Gompeia to AInko Two Labor Addresses Here To-Day. Samuol Oompers, President of the American Federation of labor, will be in tbe city to-day. He comes to attend the first union picnic of tho Federated organizations, to bo held at Echlosser's Woods, aboro McKecsport. He will deliver an address there, discuss ing all tbe prominent labor problems. To-night Mr. Gompcrs will address the ISrotbcrhood ot Machinists In Lafayette Hall. A large attendance is looked for. It is expected that Mr. Gompcrs will refer to tbe recent con troversy between himself and Mr. Powderly. Nearly All Ilnve Now Hirned. Tho following new signatures to tho Amal gamated scale wero received jesterday: Colum bia Iron and Steel Company, city; Coleman, Shields A Co., Nilcs, O.: Mahoning Valley Iron Company, YoungBtonn; loungttown Boiling Mill Company, Yonngstowns the Moorheatl McClcane Companv, city, and P. II. Laufman A Co.. Apollo. Nearly allot the manufactur ers have now signed, and the remainder are ex pected in within a few dajs. DTOUSTBIAL H0TES. News From the nulla nnil Mines nnd the Men Who Mnk Thrm. The Oliver A Hoberts' lrou and Btcel Com- Sanyl rushed with work, owing to an increased etn&tid by farmer for bathed wire fur fences. Tun quarterly convention f 1), A. 8, Knights of Irtbof. will meet to-day. Mr. Menus' report ttlllbeuneot the most satlfactoiy for a long time. TitW cupola tenders nnd tmildete, ettipleyert hi Mniflmlt'ii foundry. Iimb stitiek fttr extra pay (of dm lime lliey hie ewnpelled to ie Hinlll Idle in llieetioii, MOl'f'tfAIill A NlnmiNe, tif Dili ftlv, have lieen swarded Hip penli set fur building ill uillr-a nf pllie In Jefferenii, O, The average enl will be aiiimi 11,11 per Mile. Til Mil r lii'ller maker wnrMnij fur llller A Omiley at III" uiiunifahel Ji'iiriisim, ne&r Jtlvmtoii. dlriirU f (ir nine Imuia yesterday, owl (Jiu nrin Iiimiedlaiely gremwl Hie demand TllH men a( Junes A iiiglilii' mill nn the rloutlislile refused In work yesterday nn ao. count ii f the heat, The ltiiiiilillo Iron tynrks and Oliver A Hoiiarts' wlie mill wore also cluaod Uuwn lor the day, l'dit miNHTiioiit: Ilea llnlilunl'a Ailil l'liosilint(. Dr. A. I Ziuknr. Milrnso, aIIiiii., ati "It produced a gnitilyliig and iniiiuiltiililo rvgen AialiUK ultoci In auatu ni niiuiiiuio," A Cum fur Illmi lii'a, Mr. J, A. llurnUon, of Collmrg, Mont go imi ry Co., lu,, Inn fiiuml out liow ha oaii cure liny nmu of illmiliuu, Two of Ms elillilmn lmd the dUmtrni) for about Ii wooks ho triod four illllvruiit patent uieil telnet without licmlil, but ho flimlly uut hold of n Imltle of Ol.unilmrlulti'e, Coflo, Cholera nnil Diarrhea Itiumtdv, uhluh 'ho ays comiilrlelv ctirnd ihnu, nnd In confi dent It will euro uny cna wlicu the plainly prlutud (llructloni ura follnned, wtIihu To.IJbt lpClnl Inilln Mlk Hiilr. Illorcki-cnora say those nro gruntoit bar gains aud buy them, J oh. JIoitNK .t Co.'n l'ciiti Avciiuo Htorca. II. A: II. Ncw rronm won) clmllles bcnulllul dr. ilirtis wnlo good, 113 cents. A limit half price. To-morrow tiiiiriilng. Hioro oloses t 6 1 N., except Huturdav. , IKlQOH & 1IUIIL. That SI 3 ClorU Ilinhrrllii-.llrtnl Untiillr, Same frame as It used In n flO umbrella. "Wo want you to Inspect our umbrella bar Ini. Jon. IIounis As Co. 'a J'ciin Avenue Btorcs. II. Si II. Ladles' belli, leather or velvet. More new ones to-day, and best values nt 25e, 60c, 00c, 70c. liner ones up in f3 each. IIOMON & DUUU IlariholumHy'a Celebrated beer on draught. Also Tann banter bottled beer of the lamous Dergner & Engel brew, at Hotel Hamilton bar, Penn nveuue, near Sixth street. wrsu n. dc n. Federal "stars and stripes" bunting for .decoration, Co, or Co a yard by the piece at retail- Boaoa & Buhl. S3-Display advertisements one jdollar per square for one insertion. -Classified, advertise ments on this page, such as Wanted, -For Sale, J timK an(,none aJtCTl f0T u than Mrtyeenu. Top line being displayed counts as two. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BRAXCH OFFICES. FOR THE SOUTHSIBE. SO. 12 CAKSON 8TKKET. BKANCH OFFICES ALSO ASBELUW, "WHERE WANT. FOR SALE, TO LET, AND OTHER TRANMENT ADVERTISEMENTS WILL, BE RE CEIVED UP TO 9 P. II. FOR INSERTION. Advertisement! are to be prepaid except where adTertlsers already hare accounts with TU DIS PATCH. rrrrsBURG. THOMAS MCCAFFREY. SM Bntler meet. E.MILG. STUCKEY. th atreet and Penn ave. E. G. STUCKEY ACO., Wylle ave. and Faltonit. 8TOKELY. Fifth renoe Market Honsa, XAET SKD. J. TV. WALLACE, em Penn avenue. OAKLAXD. MCALLISTER A BUElKLElUSthav. AAtwOOdSt. soCTnsinx. JACOB SFOHN. No. ICarson street. ALLEGHENY. A. J. KAKRCHEU, 89 Federal street. H. J. MCBR1DE. Market Hoom, AlUgheny. FRED H. EOGERS. ir: Ohio street. F. U. EOGERS A SON, Ohio and Cliestnntsts. J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets. THOMAS McHENRY.' Western and Irwin avei. O. W. HUGHES. PeinsTlvaniaand Be aver ares. PERRY M. ULEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny area. T. R. MORRIS, 688 Preble are. MII.LVALE ltOROUOH. W. VT. FLOCKER. Stationer. No. 4 Grant ava. SHAltrsllUltO. C BELLMAN. Stationer. 818 Main it. THE BUSINESS OFFICE OF THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH IS NOW Corner Smithfield and Diamond Streets. WANTED. Slnle Ilflo. AGENTS-TO SELL THE 1'INLESS CLOTHKS line: the onlv line ever Invented that holds the clothes without pins: a perfect success: patent recently if sued: sold only by aprnts, to whom the exrlunlverlRhtlsirlTen: on receipt of M cents we will send a nample line by mail: also circulars, nrlce list and terms toTaeents: secure your terrl forrVtonce. Address THE P1NLESS CLOTHES LINE CO., 17 Hcrmon street, Worcester. Mass. Jcll-74-wg AGENTS-1HEOREATF.STSELLINGWORK or modern times has at last appeared. Stan lev's own book. "In Darkest Africa;" this lithe only book for which Stanley has "rltten a line; Chas. Scrlbner's Sons, publishers; apply at once for territory. 1'. ). i!Aill.llu flW'ii uwrauau atreet. Je5-39-MWTBn A GENT3-0 OUTFIT ON 30 DAYS' TIME: f 150 profit In Tour weeks or no pay. Address with sump, JARV1S & CO., Racine, Wis. my3-33 BARBERS-TWO GOOD MEN; S 60 TO 7 per week and board; steady work. Apply H. bTORMFELS, 718 Fifth ave., or 101 Tustln sU Jyl6-94 ARBER-GOOD MAN; GOOD WoES Apply ALEX 1LLCHEC1C'S, J98 East st ' Allegheny. Jyl5-4 BARBKH-IMMEDIATELY. AT NO. 12 CAR bON street. PANHANDLE noTEL S.S. Jyi6-7i BARBER-GOOD MAN: ALSO BOY some experience. 1114 CARSON ST. WITn JylS-S9 BARBER-ATNO. 36 CHESTNUT ST.. ALLE gheny; wages 7 a week and board. JylR-Sl BARBER-AT W. A. MUEHLSTEIN'S, COK. SLVTH AND PENN. yl-76 USHtLMAN TA1LOR-AN EXPERIENCED man at MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS. M8 Smithfield st. J y 16-49 BUTcnER-YOUNG MAN THAT UNDER STANDS tne business. Apply 416 LAltl- MER AVE., East End. Jyl6-S0 BUGGY WASHER-AI.SO TWO MEN FOR stable work. ApplyT. B. MORELAND.6100 Penn ave. Jyl6-27 DRAUGHTSMEN TWO DRAUGHTSMEN accustomed to bridge or structural iron work. Apply at once to RI'IER & CON LEY, DO Water St.. city. JvlS-ta DRAUGHTSMEN TWO STRUCTURAL IRON worK or bridtre draughtsmen at once. Ap ply to RITER 4 CONLEY, 56 ater St., city. Jyl5-75 TVKDB CLERK. ItEGIVfERED AS QUALI- XJ FIED assistant. Address DRUGS, Dispatch yl(M7 oflce. .ENERA I. STATE AGENT-TO OKEN HEAD XX QUARTERS in some principal city, assnme exclusive control of our business ana appoint nr and tnh.,..nt. In av w .it- In iiii. Vi.t. . c..-. goods well known, staple as flour, in universal demand, and par a net profit or SO to 100 per cent. Address THE U NION OOMPAN Y. 744 Broadway, New 1 ork. Jyll-5 HOItBE8HOEItS-TO DRIVE SHOES. AP PLY SIDNEY MORUAN, Penn avenue, WllLlnbburg. JyI6-88 KID GLOVE BUYER-NONE UUT E.NCED partr need apply. A. BELL SONS, V Fifth are. EXl'Elll. G. UAMP- JylO-M JATIIK HANDS -FIRST CLASS - ACl'US J lOMED to heavy work. DUQUESNE tuRUECO.. Rankin aUtlon. Iy3-a-wsu -TEN-1RACT10AL MEN 10 .MAKE AND JM, put up Iron fences! none but steady men need apply. TAYLOR A DEAN, 205 Market St.. city. JylO-71 NIGHT WA1CIIMAN-M11I) KNOWS HOW to run a steam engine aud drnamot refer ences required. Address II. 0., Dispatch ofllce. Jyl0-15 -pl.UMIIIJRS-lN Dr.NVr.ll, COL., l A DAY, L eight Iioiim, tear s eiieseemenl In flrstH'lass inffii wire lor. litHlenliN Willi, releivnees "IIIK 1IIHIIIESA KEA'lll 8AN1TAU1 BUl'i'ljI CO. )MIU 1 wotkliil AIiHVMaJII?I, HUlltlll, I1, II, Hi I'l.y ijN 'iiik iieur iiawklitsi )ylt-6S Ol.l III l.r.HM'OMI'hlKNI' I.I.I.ICIKI Kl'IIINIt iNDpl'IIIMI Oil,,!', 0 tiui, oaii, riili4fii, II5A IK, LJAI.I'MI".N AT lift I'hllMON'lll N'lll, NAIiAliT ii Kllviillilillefl lllyillMlsH niul , ' mm r ii"nrt in pfii t, HUM SIP, Witt .'mi fMrii,iiwi,iii-i'iriimiliniuiMrlHl irilt liv .... 11 "'inri PIAN1IAIIII III1. If t fl'ieiH,,, nM oil Ki-ll rll,A.V.,ik",l!, 1"''N 'JM.I.IMI III IIAIID 1 H A lib iilHinlivrs, sIimiii uiiii tfanllilsrs, pun sui'iire a K'""l s 1)11 I nn lit mlil n.liiu ilAMU FAti llTllCll, I 41. M.Kr .1." IImdIVii!' H, V, . JH-t'iwrMH AVAfiW,'."WAW.,a,,Mltfc AUKW,V VN 11 " .MAh. '"' I'MIVK fllliiUEItV n, lu AlUdiaiir. Adiiruii K, ) l r i Jyin-s? I Wlllllll paleh oltlcBi I'rltiHle lleln. QTIIUT lillll.-rilll I HAhlllNI. ANI1 hlllHI'.r, city. J HUM Alnln nnil l'eiiml llelii, TTHllHT-ri.APH miAIHIMAN, FAIJM AND I1 liarvMl liatiila, 4dliiliii(.r;ii.m gliln.iaiinilro.i. a gills for I11111 Ii einiiiur, ,m sirli, 4 obliirml i'uiiIo, cliaiiitivrnmlilt. MKUIUN'ri. fill) Grant it, tulri liuiiojid, jylt'U flOOD WATCH FHKK TO iniOV7lU XX Klrl hetllntr tlie lrw Hiuuil-oror ,.ur rmiiou tni nililifr lmnia livtiira h il ihIk r I neat, we will givna nun ii. waleli. limiting cairn, Klglu liinn'iiieiiti anil a fine iiuld wnirh, ,ii,rl 8(.,. y,. gin miivviiii'iit. In Ilia aim M'lllng ,n srnnnd Urgol imnilirri watcliKseaii lmfrii atuurultlpti. $1 and at Filth ave., I'lllmiirgi uiwn tn nil, Ala MA HON IIUOI. AjVDAMB. jV-" QI',('ONir'OOK -KIHT CIMIiH, ALHOl llllTn fj conk and Imir gnnil ilMi.lnri,Bt (jaIiu illion,, i( and ia Mhrrir nrwi, niubuVa-T Jyi7i Nlluiillnn. POHIT hat ITION - 11V HOOD HTICNOIIIIArJir.il aviny Iwo years' uaporleinu in nil aim. iillei. ai mm rii i'uiimi, lii'TPii years' nftltiu iniierlciieel llrsl-clais rrluri'lirna, AUuruiiH, w. IHipalch oinrr. lyio-ui VIIIINII MAN IKI 7 s; 4I1IIA1IUN-IIV nakery. to rulrarn llin trailc. AUdrrii li. I.HON,'', O,, l'llliUiirg, J"(B rpo do'iiik work or riir.Nui7iiAi'!TEU 1 away for vaoatlon ny lady AildiiiMM. I. llltpalrh ofllca, JylJ.M Pnriiicra, AIlTNEU-EXI'r.llllCMJKD Itl'.Al, ESTATE J .limn totakaone-liainiiti'rrttliiaiiritalilliliail Wllllll'-t liatcli nltlre. uimiiU'M. AnurcM, Willi full lining, n. m. vv hi.. jyiu 1(1-30 roUMl JIUSINENfi ,1 and eiitirgftic, wliU MAN-Tlloltiitinit u capital of nut lets well rstahlliliedand than lm, to Join ma in Iiriiiri.iii.uu.iur..i iiroiiiaai prriunt very Uric, lut the builni'M In Kuttliiit Uojuml ihecoiitriilor one person to niauaKc: inn.t W strictly teinper- " 1JiLil,'..71'!V'."iV'L .J""""-" ""' Cart at oiieesaUHMlTliriELD hi;, upita r. Jyud Honrdlnc. 33 OAJtniNfl-BY A. LADY AND OENTLK- -BY A LADY MAN. noara, wiwiin is tnllei or city. Ad HOAllD. Dliatch office. y!6-4S Rooms, llnuara, Afe, TJOOM Ii Irol AND .nOAHD-SilORT DISTANCE irom city, by Kintlrman emtaiad la city durlntrday, Jyl8-uj Auun-u jiu -t., jjiipatcn omce, Doardera and Loiiocra. BOARDERS -FOR TWO LARGE. AIUY rooms; rent single or double; waihiland, hot, cold and fine spring water: uric icrnunds, fruit anil shade trees) tnoit desirable location In East Kndi nn line Penn ave. canle cara. Address 1NULKS1DK. cor, Ptnnare. aud Rebecca St. JyJJ-Ul WANTED. Flnnnclal. MORlGAGES-tLOOaocO TO LOAN ON CITY and suburban properties at , G and 8 per cent, and on I a nils In Allegheny and adjacent counties at 8 per cent. I. M. PENNOCK. 3s, SON, 147 Fourth avenue. ap7-ftl - -i ONEY TO 1.0AN-IF YOU WANT MONET JYJL In any amount on arood city mortgajces qUICKlT. We U&iC m " iinu aUU ii uc KIAU to fend It at S and 6 per cent, MORRIS 4 PLEM IN G, 108 Fourth ave. jezi-40 -a MORTGAGES ON CITY OR ALLEGHENY JLYI. eountv property at lowest rates. HENRI' A. WEAVER A CU I Fourth avenue. mb2-D TO LOAN-300,000. IN AMOUNTS OF S3.000 and upward, on city and suburban property, on AH percent, free of tax: also smaller amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK A B AIRD, S5 Fourth avenue. se2l-d26-D TO LOAN 1200.000 ON MORTGAGE3-I1W and upward at 6 per cent:$jOu, xo at 4X percent on residences or business nronertv: also in ad' Joining counties. S. U. FRENCH, avenue. 125 Fourth OC24-4-D Mlacellnneona. ALL TO USE JONES' BEDBUG PAHALY'ZER, Jones' Magic Roach Powder: contains no poison: roaches hamsned oy contract; satisfac tion iriven or no pay. rrepareu nv ueu. v. JOSE3, 222 Federal st., Allegheny, Pa. Sold by all flrst-clasi druggists. Telephone No. 3332. lyll-42-Jiwr A1 ,L SOLDIER8-WHO ARK DISABLED from anv cause and drawing less than tsner month to call at B. F. BROWN'S OFFICE, 06 Fourth ave, or send their address. kl5-C9 D El'ENDENT RELAT1VES-WHO ARE NOT drawing pennons to can or scnntucirad- dress to B F. ukown, vo rourth ave., second JeiVffi) floor, EVERY ONE TO KNOW-YOU CAN GET tin- best stvle dress pattern cut to order, tne latest style dress forms, genuine needles, at the. lowest prices, at tne LIGHT RUNNING NEW TIMMV WlVINfl AlAfMIINK IIFKIl!tf. Nn 10 blxth st., 2 doors below iltjou. Jy4-MWF EVERYBODY TO KNOW THAT WE ARE able to turn out large ordera or muslin, glass, oilcloth or real estate signs on short notice at loweit prices. PABTORIUd' SKIN WORKS, 119Flth are., cor. Smithfield St., third floor. ielS-juwr F1UK INSURANCE NORTHWESTERN NATIONAL, of Milwaukee, and the Mer- chants of Newark, N. J.; losses rr rom ptiy paid, th avenue, JARRETTA SHOOK. Agents, 108 Fi our secona noor. , lOll-75-WBU SOLDIERS' W1DOW8-TO CALL AT II. F. BROWN'S OFFICE, 96 Fourth ave., second floor. Je25-69 TO BUY-TWO motor and fans, JvlS-52 SECOND-HAND ELECTRIC Address IS., Dlipatcb offlcc. FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE. Cltv Eealdencra. CITY BLOCK-OF 11 HOUSES IN GOOD locality: splendid investment: all in first class order; rental over 12,000 per annum; houses never Idle: price S20,(r.iu; terms to suit; this in vestment would be hard to duplicate. Inqutne MORRIS A FLEMING. 108 Fourth ave. Jyl2-33 DESIRABLE HOME AT A LESS PRICK than the cost of the buildings, and so situate that the aame can be sub-divided to profit: well located In Thirtv-iecond ward. See W. A. HER RON & SONS. SO Fourth ave. JylO-49-WThs Enat End Reaidencea. HOUSE-NEW DWELLING OF SIX ROOMS, on Cypress street: large finished attic: bath, range, hall, front and back porches: lot30x 100; Immediate possession; easy terms. GEORGE fcCHMlDf, 157 Fourth ave. Jyl2-21 N EW AND MODERN nOUSE-NOW PAYING 360 per year rent: six rooms, attic, bath room: late conveniences: lot 30x150 reet: roronly (3,750: only a small cash payment down, the re mainder on monthly payments, if desired; well located at Shadyslde, near steam and cable cars. WA. ueuron SONS, so Fourth ave. ij2-H--v ONLY ONE LEFT-OUT OF 26 OF THOSE desirable houses on. Collart square (cor. Forbes st.). Oakland: n rare chance tobuy: a bar gain In price and terms: new and modern brick house, complete to the smallest details; street and sewer improvements made. See W. A. HEKRON ASONS.aOFourtnave. jy2-56-w 7000 FOR A COMPLETE EAST END 9 house, modern style, brick, 9 rooms, hard wood mantels, tile hearths and vestibules, larve bath room, pantry, laundry, 2 w. c, both kinds or gas, street graded, location desirable, near Pittsburg cable line, Duquesne traction line and P. R. K.; corner Iot40xl21ft. W. A. HERRON A SONS. 80 Fourth ave. Jyl-Sa.lAS.ie Sr SOO SHADYSIDE WELL BUILT AND I 1 finished dwelling, seven rooms, bath, h. and c. water, slate mantels, tile hearths, station ary washstands, all windows plate glass, front, sloe and rear porches, large lot. 50x220: must bo sold at once. SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO , 99 Fourth ave. iylG-So' Ilnzelwood Resldeocea. -N- EAT BRICK HOUSE-ON SECOND AVE.. near Flowers ave.. llazeiwood. house of seven rooms: lot 30x125 feet: at a greatly reduced KltntiJ jvuuv.t Bee W. A. HER-Jyl3-42-MW6 rice, in orae.- to sen quicaiy, ON A SONS, SO Fourth ave. Allegheny Residence. T7UNE RESIDENCE WASHINGTON ST.. J? Allegheny, near the parks nBi saiKc iut; irtcs W.W. MCNEILL A ana snruuoery: a Dargaiu. BRO., 152 Fourth ave. Jyl2-40" C 4 OOO-A CHOICE FRANKLIN ST.. ALLE OTC7 OHENY. property at a low price, good brick house or six rooms, vestibule, hall: lot 24x110. CHARLES SOMERS A CO., 313 Wood st. Jyl5-47 0.4 OOO SIX ROOM HOUSE. FINISHED Ot) attic, press brick front, side entrance, halls, vestibule: all late Improvements; house elegantly finished: Second wird. Allegheny. RKlKFELD A BRACKEN, 61 Ohio St. Jyl6-30-vrsu Cjrr 80O-JUNIATA Sl'ItEET, ALLEGHENY; OOl "ice lot 22x130 extending from street to paved alley; two good houses of eight rooms and six rooms respectively! a good Investment, CHARLES BOMERB A CO., 313 Wood st flnig Penn ave. Jyl9-43-wr Suburban lleatrieneea. Tk WELLING -IN Wll.KINSIIUltU - NICE A J dwelling Mid large lot, 5 minutes' walk from It, It. station) 7 rooms, reception hall, lialh, w,e.i natural gas. furnace, etc,, etc. I heautiri iHtiiMl gas. furnace etc., fie, I beautiful inrse jut ml23 Kelts rate liargatiii Woulil etl (lie ailjiiltililg lull .which. Is Mini' aire, ir wanlcil, JAn W. DitAl'K A CO., IU Fourth ( I'llts burg. lyls'tn' mNlW JIIJUBM or HKVKN IIUUAK T. iiii!li..elty water, all ftmv( 5l. iIIHI Hltlilfi III let" etlimres or ffilloiii uw iiHsf luf tt hire Ii" flAilLIti BlfctilM A UOii III klHslllirit imp iiriiii'rtj, VYuutl iVMllnve, i,W" niiiiiiiifi' llialiliiiriai ITIAIIM roll tAl.n lilt lilfAMM If Oil 'J'tilltt I' ! JrBHr-B, faun of 14ioriii on lh liaiiliii of Lale Kfll t iHrarf IwitFlfiir vliii'Mnl. nil Minis llf IrMlli H.KIHMt aaiidy tlMftt'N Hllfl H tlirMOMllirr irek.liHllilMijr wiili all (milium liiiiirutpiiiiiiihi (MIIHIHIIMImOmMS lVIIPfll in V. Pi IIArKi Mti, Kn, I'Hii will rnjuhp ir(iiiiiialiiiiiiinii, liiff Mwy Milt HA lib,-1, III", tfnai r.nd Loin. 1 finin Tian TIIII.IUNO 1,11111-JN TIIM KTOK THE I rail I t.L ITmt nil Alilfir St.. IIU y two iiiisrei inn ulllicr I'liuniirg uaiun uiiii ur urn iiniii(nii -T" l,." .' "I.'.. V.' ''..'". .-.-"-- llun ('ii. I iliei rrinl lit lilt tiF 1JII furt iliian, II II L'O.I liaea limn iiiauii Hen W. A. illCIIIION A MUNH, 0 Fonrili avu, . vuiirin kiu, Jri'iiu-iift,i.ifl rOlH-iill'. FINEHT Jfllll IIU. I1UI5I in J Allurlimir vminlv, are lliiite In I has, K, riirnttlliii' j'l'in, Mnrnliiimlilp. Klglilminlli want. Hiaiiiirii, IU, weuklr Jlunilllful liullilllig Inla at Irniii tlmlto nr iiiuiillilr tmviiipiitii no liilrli run milium tn alrei-l enra nn.l mllrnint. On I mioii N. T. HAVJ VKIIat nil Iiiiiiip, iliiriililirililp uvs liiip, or OIIAB, JC. C'OllNLl.lllS, 4uulirnlilsl, r OI-IN ClIAh. K. (.'OHNKLIIIH' I'liAN AT I j Mariiinioine, EIVIIIPPIIIII I ward, ran in Imutlit In Muck of t. ID or 11 si rpiliiren iiricp, anil nn Ilia limit liberal ifc lliierai aim nii'Oiiiiiioilnlllijf li nn, email cli payiiicnui mug iiiiip hl'P N. MAWYKIt, Agput, mi the gruuinli, or till AH, CUIIJilKI.ilri, 4UI limit st, JpIH-W FOLEY AVENUE I'l.AN-OOOD I.OIH KOIl invpatiiianiiaiicw man in wu urarinriiip r., itrrnu arii now uroiii hi uny main uirininun 111 IM'"1' !'' " if, Ayallta, ?l jyia.iVMwr nrlglnal iirlcn, IIIIOWN 4 WAI.vr, A hiiiltlillPiil itrvat. rjICVKN Ur, n Alliiian W. W. "oNli EVEN 1.01 - II". KlltKI'ATItHlK AVE.. "7: Kit y, ntnlnw flgjrn, iirar pHiairiocars, im n. I.I.U), ,, 9 WH. W . jyu-ir Cirro KOOT FRONT WILL IIIIY OIIUlJK WITH Jt I onilinuiasst,, lloulrvnrd place, ICnil Eiil, nVWINU AJliUIIS, KKI Fourlli J.wr)pu, drrn e0T kiiont-haniwomk i'iiiinku tbt lota on II nicy at, tiinvmJ), Nliinlri'iiih ward. (WxiaMrell iiiwiulllul loi ntlnll for reilUvlli'c, jll'.l.l.nN iilioi'JIEItrt, mill ntntlou it. jyu-ina-tiwy Allrahenr I oia, iw-l W BUILDING MITE- IN ALI.KUJIUNY. J' tOsluOfptt, eurner of two a-ood ittciii, within una IflUnm 111 vnuiurnia mmmi' inn urn o ill a nrJiinlt buyer. CHAIll.fcS bOJiklti CO., Alt Wood it. JylMT-wr huburlinn Lola. BKLLKVUK-LOT4IXltA WITH TAHTY NEW houie, ilx rooina, pantry, china clout, norchfi, Ac., on Division !., Br avuei only JilOO. A.LEUUATKASON, 31 Federal ll, Al lenlieny. ijlV-lV BELMONT FLAOKI.NIiHAM BTATION eiriantbulldlnKlnn. Mxliklj wldeavcuuca, rood walki, perfect icwcnutai the luburhan plant city convanlencoii prlcta lowj tenna cay, IIAX- 1X.ll. IJlUJllDUJl A CO,, KB Fourth avenue. jyw-07-WT Fnrnia. ITlARM-ALLEGnEN HIVEK FARM. M acres, frame home, 7 rooim. barn and other outbulldinfii llmeitoi fruit, iprln-i coal bank open; near Manorvlllei harraln at M per acre. ED. WllTlSH. 410 Grant it. Jyl6-i, QO ACRES-NEW HOUSE, FRUIT, ETC.. FOR l7 f.oivi taiy imrinciii, cnu lor r blg-geit" buy or trade, ir, I'a. Alio umi and FSrhanra mill r you want to N. F. HURST, real estate. Rochaitar. Uacres, hease, barn, ate., adjotntnr .Itooheite: I or S, 2M. " J ihrU-KViV FOR SALE-LOTS. Cltr Lot LOT-20xl2J-FORBE3 ST., NEAR TURNER Hall, to Watson St.: the Duquesne traction cars and extending Forbes to Diamond st. make this a good buy; owner Is non-resident and wants to sell. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO.. 99 Fourth ave. ivlft-W-WThS THREE LOTS-0X110. FORTY-FIFTH ST.. near Butler st. : price low. W. W.MCN E1LL & BRO., 152 Fourth ave. tyl2-40 Q330 FOR VERY DESIRABLE BUILDING OvJ lots 24x100 reet, on Madison ave.. very near Thirty-third st. and Wylle ave. cable line: the best lots on Herron Hill for the money. See W. A. HERRUN & SON S. 80 Fourth ave. y220.127.116.11.U16.18 FOR SALE BUSINESS. Baalneaa Opportunities. BOOT AND SHOE STORE-S3,C00 TO 4,0; oneatss.000: hatand cap store at invoice, about $7, 600: if you arc looking for business it is to voor interest to call on us. T. O. BROWN A CO., 90 Fourth ave. Iyl5-7r BEST RESTAURANT AND BAKERY ESTAB LISHMENT in the city-Elegantly ntted; central location; A No. 1 in every respect: fo.000. T. O. BROWN A CO., 90 Fourth ave. Jyl5-71 COMMISSION BUSINESS OLD-ESTABLISHED house; has made a lortune: two active men can do the same; about 110,000 re quired. T. O. BROWN A CO., 90 Fourth ave. JyI5-7l FINE MILLINERY II. COO NEW LAUNDRY 11. MO. Wllmerdlnr crocerv 11.000. East End grocery 11,300, hardware store, milk depot, finest book and stationery storo in best town In W Pennsylvania: bakeries, drug stores, cigar I SUEl'ARD ft CO., 161 ourth ave. cstcrn stores. Jylf GROCERY 8TORE be sold reasonable, WELL LOCATED: WILL as owner Is going into other business. Address GROCER, Dispatch omce. MANUFACTURING BUSINESU-1N THE center of the city: largo amount of orders on hand: very profitable: a controlling Interest with salary attached can be had for 17,500. T. O. BROWN & CO., 90 Fourth ave. Iyl5-7P OHOE bTORE-ONE OF THE OLDEST AND kJ best locations In East End, rlttshurg, I'a cause lor selling owing to iii-neanu. Address O. L., No. 127 N Pa. uignianu ave., E. E., Pittsburg, JylZ-81-WS" ! 50-REBTAURANT, SMALL BUT MONEY O'tfc MAKING: choice location: must be sold to-day. T. O. BROWN A CO., DO Fourth ave. Jyl5-7P (2D00-BEST GROCERY IN TWO CITIES-ON hj comer: otners at si.ooo. slsou to tav. i. O. BROWN A CO.. 90 Fourth ave. Jyl5-7P Bnalnnaa Properly. REBECCA STREET CHURCH LOT 90X110 feet, Allegheny; a large substantial bnilding adaptable to many uses. See A. P. NORTON, Real Estate Broker, 419 smithfield si. 1V13-76-MW8U FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. Horace. Vehicles. Live Stack. Etc. DELIVERY WAGONS-DELIVERY WAGONS all styles: our own make. WM. BECKERT, 340 to 344 Ohio street, Allegheny. Telephone. 3420. Jell-76-Mws 1 OAT-THOROUGHLY BROKEN,. LARGE, VT strong and docile, good harness, platform spring was.on, pole and shafts at a bargain to a a pony. Inquire at 55 RESACA ST., Allegheny. jyl6-60 STUDEBAKEK WAGON - USED BUT A short time: price low. Call at ARCHIBALD'S STABLE, 96 and 98 Third avenne. Ie2l-U7 AIncblnery nnd DIctnls. DRILLING ENGINES AND BOILERS-FOR oil or gas wells, engines and hollers In every size and style, sawmills and wood-working ma chinery. HARMES MACHINE DEPOT. No. 97 First ave., Pittsburg, Pa. inuS-D' E NG1NES AND BOILERS-NEtV AND RE FITTED: repairing promptly attended to. PORTER FOUNDRt AND MACHINE CO., LIM., below Susnenslon bridge. Alleghcnv. Pa. jy2-63 HOISTING ENGINES, DERRICKS AND derrick forglngs, steel hoisting and guy ropes In 6tock; stationary euglnes and bollert,, shears, clay and ore pans, etc. THOMAS CAR LIN'S SONS, Lacock and.Sandnsky sts.. Alle gheny, Pa. api9-Mwr' jo all sizes and styles In stock, from 4 to lOOh. p. ; all refitted; good as new, at lowest prices: porta ble euglnes, 8 to 25 h. p.; boilers all sizes and styles. J. S. YOUNG, 23 Park way, Allegheny, pi oc25-80-D' Miscellaneous. ENCYCLOPEDIA BR1TANNICA-SCRIBNER ed., cheap: also 60,000 other good books. FRANK BACON A CO.. 301 BmUhflcld st. )y2 TO LET. Ennl End Rpaldrnces, TTOUSES-VERY DESIRABLE ONE ON AX Walnut st., one Shady ave. : moderate ri A SONS, 80 Fourth ave. Marchand st., near Bee W. A. HEKRON Jyl2-4I-W6t Office, Drak Room. Etc. FEW NICE OFFICES IN GERMANIA SAV INGS BANK BUILDING, Wood and Dia mond its. apl0-49t OFFICES-TWO VERY DESIRABLE ROOMS In Fidelity building; tenant has no further use for thorn: win sell very cheap tbe office fur niture, desks, railing, etc., and three flrst-clasi sarcs: a bargain. Inquire FOREST OIL CO., 121 Fourth ave. Jyl6-C0-wrgut PERSONAL. PERSONAL-NO. 6.022 TAKES THE FREE sea shore excursion tendered by the Al.l.K GHENY HAT HOUSE. Jyl6-4 TJERSONAL-BOOKS.50, 000; ALL BARGAINS: 1 midsummer sacrllleo sale now on, FRANK BACON A CO., 801 amltlifleld st. JyH-30 J3ERSONAL-I100KB WANTED-1F YOU have any books to sell, let us know. LEVI'S OOK STOKE, Seventh Aveuue Hotel building, mh7 TJEnsONAL-PENHIONS OBTAINED FOR 1 anycauie for all dliabled soldiers widows, tlepemfent parents, etc,, by J. ll. BIEVENBON iA tuani, u i. iiarnonranii i.t J. II, Bleveu I sotil. lwiFlftli avenue, No advance feeilenmiiUeil, Cut this ouU J -"'!'?'. "ii'- r.n i uhiir.n I mrikmi'IjAT' . INtl airlptolliespnMioreaiid itiiiiiMtaliire. sort; nrreti rinng tiieteirimi, thuulil bung clutliltiif IdltR'irBUNi llie ialltih m Vlllfi lUlllil iiHIl tii elf ate,. CUT WoUdSli. SPC8III eleatlpil, letia tediiin llnnf, Htld iKlrf I! lie .Mine prpinpil. nil hi In Ii lle (nil, mill nt til link Ilk iipw. nnil at a timniiiia IP SHIIII llnif fliiiiilil run ilenli-e n nn nenire 11 new mill, ill" iipw mill, hi sloe ck ii nniitiriPii nun lllllllplillli Mllhiti la tit Hit nuivti.l a n n enll niu'i rifiii(iimhipiBiipfii ii tiviiig mm en vtill will nut fpyppill, 'jpfp, IfiVi, jpia.li I'oi.m IfOIINI) THAI' TilOIINANI I1 irpiitlpiiipnniiil pill ilrpn wl Irinililiil wiili iluiiiliiilt and ll I'lM.HINANI.m Oli1 I.AIIII'H, iiiiwpip nirnipriy iPlilnn si'itliiii nfP lilni si'itliiii inw rpiMiPiiiK wiiii .iiaiiiPt Mint nil nr H'ptirini iu iiiB niiw nvnliiPil lir tlio iip r HoNi v lliAf'K'H HpMliiim BIMIW I'lnliM Itsg hliiiii.in rpniii. iisuilnlii Iiifis n li v nil hiirliniianil wlinlui Fin n irn iMirliPianml w i mip nun r.p nn iiriii ',':.. -...-if ,L. '!. i.:: ':!'..., ,.. ,,"" . Kl"l llinuiifliiiiil Him lliiljpii imps nini iiiiiiHiia. 'riMVKI. H'lllA.l Kll A I'llW sv'IIOJil MINIM Hr, llAllh1 red. a gray spot mi lliu lelt sIiIpi liiiriis I lii M ' ,,"u"'r"'li rear iff VV"t 1'ailMi 1 AMIlHIvMICNTn. nilANl) Ol'KllA JIOUHia, IIVHI'ICIMAMIICUUUHT. ..THISOUJKHTAIiOI'MhXuOMI'ANY. OfNjw Ymk, iiiiilnr lliu iiHiimnniimiit of J, AlJl.UIUiulM, HIUIKIIMAN. wllliilayon I'illliAY.JlJl.Yk ' ' HIlLAMITAl 1r,T1KI)AU(lHTIJIl OK JKHUHAhKM. (Irand optra In ilvn niim, liv A, (lulilfnilpn, ltiiiirvoilsnAtn, 7So,m0u ami o, Vur aiilo at tliw liin nfflnt. JvlOfl'J CONSOLIDATION -QV- T1H5 lUTTHIIUIMI, CINCINNATI ANI) HT U)VIH HAtLWAY UOMl'ANY, OIII- (JAIIO, HT. 1.0UIH ANI) I'lTTHIIUIlO UAIIiHUAI) UOMl'ANY, NIH OINOlK- NATt ANU IllUUMONI) HA1UIOAD UOMl'ANY UKIf J-'KHMON VIU.K, MAUI. HONANDJNDIANAI'OLIH KAILUOAD COMPANY. Nntlcu is horoliy ftlvsn that llio illreutorsof tlin niinvo niiini'd coiiiianlca linvn oniurml Into it Joint njirpniiiuiit fur tliu voiiatiHuutloiiuiiil iniirKor nf anlil aovoral coinpanlo. Into una now uonsollilatiiil cDinpany, Hiilil nitrusiiiont pro- vliloi, .umiiiir ntlinr tliitiits, that tho napliM atook nf tliu oiiiiNtmiiint noinpiuilea slmll lio Innrnaioil SO that tllllOUIlltltl StOOU llf tllll lillllaiillilnl.,,1 imm. jmny shall liu invciiiy.flvu million itollais, nf wiiiiiii minx iiiiiiiuii aimn no jiraiorrou, aim fony.flve million slmll ba uomnion siouk, Halil iiKrooiiioiu alio aiitlmrixos ttio oroatlon by salil consolidated company of a loan of aovi'iny-flyo million ilollnn, tiio anino to be reprosonteil by bunds ot various lerles, and to lie inourud by a niorteairo or deod of trust covering the entiro rallroails, nropertlei, (status and f ranelileos of tlio oontolldaud com pany. l'unuant to law said asreenient will be sub inltti'd to tlia atocklmWors of the l'lttaburtr, Cincinnati and Ht. Lonln Hallwuy Uonipany, for tliclr niloiitlon or rejection, and for thai jiurpnsa said staekbnldora aro lioroby mm moned to appear at a special mectlnir thereof to be held at tbe principal office nf the com pany at Columbui, Ohio, on TUEHUAY, the nineteenth day of Auyuit, I8D0, ut 10 o'clock A, M. lly order of the President and Dlraotora of tbe Pittsburg, Cincinnati and Ht. Louis Rail, way company. B. U. LIQOETT, Columbus, O,, June 10, 1N004 Horrotary. ' Jelii-22-WedAaui8 PIANOS, , . .. ORQANH, And all manner ot Htnall Instruments HAMILTON'S. m , Fifth avenue. ap29-79-D PROPOSALS. J PROPOSALS FOR SCRAPING AND whitewashing ceilings and cleaning of the wenty.eijrhth ward public school bnilding wi"e received till July 21, 1890. jy 13-49 A. K. D OFF. Secretary. VTOTICE TO STEAM HEATING AND J-v, ventilating contractors Sealed proposals win be received at the office of F. J. Oaterling, architect, 42 Fifth ave., until JULY 24, for the boating and ventilating apparatus to bo placed In tbe now Franklin public school, Pittsburtr, PIans and specifications can be seen at tbe office of the architect. Bond to the amount of estimate must accompany each bid. Jyl5-59 GEO. BOOl'H, Secretary. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, OFFICE OFTHE Comptroller of the Currency, Washington, June 9. 180. Whereas by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned, it has been made to appear the Liberty National Bank or Pittsburg, in the city of Pittsburg. In the, county of Alle gheny and State of Pennsylvania, has complied with all the provisions or the Statutes of the United States required to be compiled with before an association shall be authorized to commence the bnstnecs of banking, now, therefore, L Ed ward s. Lacy, Comptroller of the Currcncv, do hereby certify that "The Liberty National Bank of Pittsburg,'' in the city of Pittsburg, in the county of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania, lsantuorlzed to cemmence the business of bank ing as provided in Section nltyono bundred and sixty-nine of the Revised Statutes of the United mates, in testimony whereof witness my nana and seal of this office this tth day of June, 1890. E.S, 4339. LACY, Comptroller of the Currency. No, .JeH-l-D Notice to Contractors. PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED UP to and including JULY 25 for furnishing all tbe materials and labor necessary for tho erection of a sewer pipe factory at Hunting don, Pa., In accordance with plans and specifi cations, which may be soen at tbe oflico of Jacob Snyder, Architect, Akron, O.; Hill Sewer Pipe Co., Akron, O., or Hill, Bperry fc Co., Huntingdon, Pa. Bids may bo mado for tbe brick and stono work and carpenter work separate or for the whole, but tbe contractor for the brick and stone work must also construct the foundations tor engine and clay grading machinery, and a separate bid must be submitted for this por tion of the work. Proposals should be ad dressed to PENNSYLVANIA SEWER PIPE CO., Huntingdon, Pa. Jyl3-18-MWF PROPOSALS-NOTICE TO CONfRACT ORS Sealed proposals for building a stone bridge over Wheeling creek at Main street. Wheeling, V. Vx, will be received at the office of the City Clerk, Wheeling, W". Va,, until 12 M. MONDAY. JULY 28, 1S90. Forms of proposals, specifications and plans on file at the ofllce of tho City Engineer. GENERAL DIMENSIONS. Segmental arch, 158 feet; span, 23 feet rise; depth of key. i feet; of springers, 6 feet: width of bridge. 47 feet. Tbe brldiro will contain about 9,100 cubic yards of masonrv. Responsible security in tbe amount of 20,000 (twenty thousand dollars) will be required for the faithful performance of the contract, . The right is reserved to reject any or all bids not deemed advntaceous to the city. Pro- Sosals to be addressed to Thomas F. Thoner, ity Clerk, Wheeling. W. Va., and marked "Proposals for Stone Bridge." Bids will also be received for a bridge 41 feet wide. All other dimensions tbe same. F. L. HOGE. JylOCS City Engineer. OFFICIAL PlTT-nURG. NOTICE 18 HERE11Y GIVEN THAT IN pursuance of an ordloanco of the city of Pittsburg, entitled "An ordinance providing for the sale and conveyance of certain real es tate of the city of Pittsburg, situate in the township of Mifflin, in the county of Alle gheny and State of Pennsylvania, known as the "City Farm," approved July 12, 1890. sealed proposals for the purchase of all tbe real es tate hereinafter described will be received by tbe Controller nf said city up until Saturday, July C8, 1S90. at 2 o'clock r. M. Said real estate consists of about 149 acres, subject to railroad Tights of ways containing about 5acre. and the descriptions in the dif ferent deeds are as follows: First All that certain piece or tract of land situated in Mifflin township, in tbe connty and State aforesaid, bounded and described as fol lows, viz.: Beginning at Matthew McCInre's corner on tbe Mononcabela river; thence down tbe said river one hundred a d four perches and eigbt-tentbs to a post; thence north six teen and a half degrees west three hundred and fifty-two perches to a post at West and Whlttaker's corner; thence north one-half degree east three hundred and fifty perches and six-tenths to the place of beginning, containing one hundred and two acres and a half, with allowance, be the same more or less, lleing the same property which Daniel nislier and wife, by deed dated the first day of September, 1810, as recorded in the Itecorder's oflico In and for the said Allegheny county, in Deed Book vol. 74. page S20, granted and conveyed to the Mayor, Aldermen and Citizens of Pittsburg, and tbe said Mayor, A'dermen and Citizens of Pittsburg, by their deed dated the 29ih day of September, 1800, as recorded In said Recorder's ofllce in Deed Hook vol. 146. page 271, granted and con veyed onto the Guardians for the Relief and Employment of the Poor of tbe City of Pitts burg, a municipal corporation undor tbe laws of the State of Pcnnijlvanla. Second All that certain tract of land situate In the township and county aboro named, bounJed and described as follows, viz.: Begin ning at a stone and running thonce along other property belonging to tbe city farm of said guardians, south fifteen and one-hall decrees east one hunJred and twenty porches aud ev-onty-Bix hundredths to a s'one; thence south sixty-five and one-half degrees wost t entv-llve nnd eighty hundredths perches to a stone; thence north thirty-two and three-quarters de grees, weit ono hundred ami forty-four and seventy-six hundredths perches to a stone) thence north elghty-flre degrees and thirty- five minutes east sixty-nine and seventy. four hundredths patches to a stone at the place ot beginning, Hounded on the south west by land of Abdiel McUltire, on the northwest by land of Abdiel McUlufe, on (tin northeast by otber latids or tbe snld William D McUnre, and on tbe southeast liy other lands ot ttio Outudinnsuf the l'uor, being mtt ot a ttnot nl land which became the pfupetty of the said William D, McTliife M one nf the halta and devisee of John Mi CIufp, ileeeaseil, wlipse will la recorded" lu Ihennli'Hiif tlip Itchier of Allegheny ouuii. ly, In Wilt llimk, vol. 4, imgo Od. Tlia ttuuvn irttet ediitaltH ililrtjMeveii aerpa tinil nitty hiii! ntiietV'two liundiedllii iprelip. being- Hip sjiiis iiroiipfiy wlileh willlsiii Id MuOltife mid wlrs Ity their deed, dated Ui, ai'tli itnyiif tjetulier, mi, n. feimrdHii In nld lleoniileF'a (ilflue, In Deed ilnok, ml. I'M, lmueoH?. urnnieii And non vaytHl tn Me llnnfd.uf Oiirillii nr His j'oor (ifiliuCltydf I'UI'Ihii, 'J'hlrilAII lliitKieriMlii tisntnf Imid uliimtu In (ht timiMhln of iMIIIIIm, in the miunty ufure. anlil, nnil iierplmtrtMi nmre inrllnnliirly do, Pillmd, tniteiher with Pel tit In riuliis nm iiry, legustlierettlilipaniieeteiUiiil Iliuretii Hiiinir. aiiAUt. aa hnriilllllflur nutiinin Hd linol(lei, 'I liu ia)i lot nl firmiiiil Iimiiiu li'iiiiuieil ami do, agrllml aa fnlluwe, In win IIikUiiiiiu: ut a liluok (ink at a illatation uf thlriVrhlnu puroliua and tlilrtyilbrea litinilreilllii fiom a rml nak tump nn tliu I nu nf aald lano Jonei and li. inuiii', uiiinia tiyu lino riinning nortii oiovun and onu-fiiiirtli dcKreaa uust frmu said rail onk stump lu said blank ouk tliuuoo mirth olevnii Mild nno-fiMirtli ilaurmi) sail twelve porches and olnhtoon mid a liu 1 r links to it liloknryi thouco until olulity-ilx deirrpu oust six pnrulies and ihlrtiinii links tn rml imki tlienuoaiiiiih olaveti and tliriiu-fmiriha dufrruim weal twidvu purolios aud elKliiiiiiii links tint whltn mik mid thenito north iiiithty-slx nnd tliree-fuiirtba ilpureea weal six pnigliei nnil thirteen links to tho idiiok onk nforeaald at the phimi of hi'gliinlnif, ooutuliiliijf llfty-nnn liunilreilths uf mi mini, iimiiilmr with tliu f nllgtrliig i lulila anil pi Ivllinjim iipnnrinnnnt therotu, lu wit. The Asulimive right tn the water nf the spring nr siiittiga altimtu nnd being mi lbs laid lot, with the right nnil prly. Ilpgn to illrnat mid carry tliu aninn away fur the urn nf said purlin of the seonud part, lliplr aunnesaara ami assigns, nt thulr iionr Ikiihii and otber h'oiiaea altiuie on tliclr I arm coiiiiunuly known aa tho "Poor House Km mi" nlsii the light and prlrllpgo to flurry nnil uun duut the said water of aald spring nr springs through tliu rarin of til said Joiipn, In unit by plppi nr tubes, audi na thuy may think proper to adopt and uio fur that puriium, liv a lino whluli Ima been ngreud on by aald purtlea and oalabllihod by a survey thereof iniule, exloiid. Ing from the lot nforeiald to the townahlp road, mid thi'iiro by tho amiio road towurd suhl pinil linu, In tlio dividing lino of aald Joiiea mid Clillda. Also the right nf lunipa to lliu lot nloroiuld through the laud of nulil Jdiiim, and of unturliig In and upnn said laud for the purposu of oxravatlng tho aamn for i liu laying ut s.ild tupes, and ot laying, examining, repairing and aleanslng said plpua whuii ntioilftil, at any mid all times hereafter. The said Jones, lion ever, reserving and tlin said paitloaof theaauomi part liuinuy conceding ami granting to him, ills ueirsanu uaaigua us iiwnors oi inn saiii larin tlirouch which tho aald ulpus nio to be luld and paia, tlio right mid privilege tu Insert and keep in said pipes of the parties of the second purl one ferrule ot the bore or diameter of three elghthi or an Inob and thereby tu draw nnd me from said plpps an much water as may be need ful and suAlclent for the use of one house hold ur family, and no more. It being the express understanding and the agreement of aald partlos hereto that in earn ut the subdivision uf snld farm of until Jones by lilmtolf, bis heirs or assigns, tliu said right nf draining and using water from said pipe of tbe said parties of the second part hall not be enlarged or extended by suuii snb dlvlslon, bnt ibull be llmllod and coullued to one household or fimlly occupying one ot tho parts or portions of aald farm, and aim that the pipe of tbe (aid Jones, his bclri and as. signs by which said water Is drawn from the pipes of the slid party of the second part, shall be ut all times, kept closed by lilin, his belrsaud assigns, except when nter Is drawn therefrom tor the use of said fnmlly, s that no waste water shall e-cape thoretr ur be discharged thereby) being the samo property Inch Isaao Jones and wile by their deed dated tbe20.li day of August, 1853, as recorded in aatd Re corder; ofllce, in Deed lloolc vol. 109, page 201, granted and conveyed onto tho Guardians for OFFICIAL PITTSBURG. the Relief and Employment of tbe Poor of the City of Pittsburg. Fourth All that certain tract of land sit nated In the townsbln of Mifflin, county and State aforesaid, bounded and described as fol lows, to-wit: Beginning at a stone on land of Abdiel McClure, thence northwardly thirty two and three-fourths degrees west one hun dred and forty-four and seventv-six hundredths perches to a stone corner on land of Wm. D. McClure; thence by said land northwardly eighty-five degrees and thirty-five minutes east sixty-nine and seventy-four hundredths perches to a stone corner; tbence southwarly fifteen' and one-half degrees east one hun dred and twenty and seveDty-six hun dredths perches to a alone corner on Abdiel McClure's land; thence southwardly sixty-five and one-balf degrees west twenty five and eighty hundredths perches to a stono corner, tbe place of beginning, containing thirty-seven acres and sixty and ninety-two hundredths perches; being tbe same property which Samuel WlilttakT et ux., et al.. by their deed acknowledged December 7, 1855, and recorded in said Recorder's ofllce in Deed Book volume 120, page 585, granted and con veyed to tbe said Board of Guardians for tbe Relief and Employment of the Poor of the City of Pittsburg. Provided, however, that the said city of Pittsburg shall have and retain tho absolute and exclusive use, occupancy and control ot all the buildings now erected upon the said City Farm, together with the ground bounded and described as follows: All that piece of land bounded on tbe north by the Monongabela river, on the cast by property of Bessemer Steel Company, on the south by the P.. McK. and V. R. it, and on tho west by tbe 30-foot road leading from the township road to tho river, containing about 14.72 acres. Also, all that piece of land bounded on tbe South by a line commencing at a point on tho aforementioned Si) feet road about 520 feet north from the P.. McK. A Y. IL K.: tbence extending westwardly to tho line of tbe bor ough of Homestead; thenco northwardly along tbe said line of said borough to tbo Mononga hoia river; tbence eastwardly along said river to said 30 feet road: thenco along said HO feet road to the place of beginning, containing about 11.4 acres. Also, the right of way over and along tbo whole of saidSOfeet road running from said township road to said Monongahela river, which said 30 feet road Is to be and rooialn open, nnobstructod and free fortravel. Also the absolute and exclusive use and con trol of the graveyard and reservoir -upon said "City Farm," together with the pipes and right of way for said pipes running from said reser voir to the buildings on said farm, all of whicb reservations, rights and privileges are appur tenant to said buildings, and nocessary for the purposes for which they aro used. Said 28.12 acres of ground and said reserva tions, rights of way, etc.. to be held by said oity free from any rent or charge whatever for a period not exceeding tnree Tears iroin J uiy j, 189a Subject also to the rights of ways heretofore granted to different railroad companies over, upon and across tbe said ground. Said real estate having theroon erected one three-story brick building (being the main building) and called or known as tbe alms house; also one otber tbrce-story brick build ing and known as tbe insane asylum: also one farm barn; also two old two-story brick build ings, also one brick pump house; also one reservoir; also one hot bouse; also various other minor buildings and outbuildings erected and to be seen upon tbe said ground. Tbe terms of the sale of the said property shall be as follows, to wit: 50,000 as provided In said ordinance, at tbe time of sale, balance of tbe purchase money to bear interest at toe rate of 5 per cent, per annum and be subject to call by tbe cityot Pittsbrgat tbe rale of not more than 100,000 por month; the privilege to mako such calls shall be invested In the City of Pitts burg through tbe Cbief of the Department of Charities on and after tne first day of February, A. D. 1891. Each aud every proposal filed with tbe Con troller for the purchase of tbe said real estate shall be accompanied by a certified check to the order of tbe Treasurer of the city of Pitts burg on a national bank located in the city of Pittsburg for the sum of $50,000, and said sum shall, if tbe proposal be accepted, be applied as a part of tbe purchase money. The right is re served to reject any or all bids. The said ordinance for tbe sale ot said prop ertv, the plans ot said property and all informa tion regarding tbe same can bo had at the oflico of tbe undersigned. No. 177 Fourth avenue, in the city of Pittsburg. R. C. ELLIOT. Chief Department Charities of the City of Pittsburg. jylB-92 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN pursuance of an ordinance of the city of Pittsburg entitled, "An ordinance lor tbo pur chasing of real estate by tho city of Pittsburg for tbe proper care and maintenance of the poor of said city." approved July 12, A. D. 1898. Healed proposals for tbe salo to tne city of Pittsburg of a tract or tracts of land, farm or farms, aggregating not less than two bundred and fifty (250) nor more than four hundred (400) acres, within twenty-five miles of tlio City of Pittsburg npon a river and having sufficient railroad facilities for use by tho City, of Pittsburg in tbo proper care and maintenance of tho poor ot tbe city of Pittsburg, accompanied by dne legal and binding agreements in writing by the owner or owners thereof to sell the same to tbe city of Pittsburg In fee simple, free from all incumbrances, for a cash prico to be therein stated, will be received by the Controller of said city up until 2 o'clock r. jr., July 28, 1890. Tho said ordlnanco nan be seen and all In formation upon tbe subject will be cheerfully given at the office of tho undersigned. No. 177 Fourth avenue, in tbe City of Pittsburg. The right is resorved to reioct anv or all bids. ll. C. ELLIOT, Chief Dopartmont Charities of tho City of Pittsburg. JylO-02 PlTTSHUItO, July 7, lfclW. NOTICE TO CONTRAOTOHH Healed proposals will be recelvod nt tho office of City Controller until Thursday, tbo 17th dav or July, A. I). 1890, at U o'clock l: M for the following, vizi HEWEIIH. Harvard street, from Bhoildan street to a Iiolnt 100 feet east uf North Highland avenue, 5-Inch pipe. llerlln alloy, from Firty-fotirth street to Mo Candle" street sewer, 15-llich pine, Uolwell street, from Miller street to i'fldo street, 16-Inch pipe. A , , Uouine itllxy, Kdttiuml street nnd Tnrley attppt. from Wlnebldille avenue tu Pearl attest", 16. IS mid ill lueh pipe. I'afsnii itreefi ttoiu Hotitli Hixtli street ta Hiiutti Klgluli street, uO end ill Inuh idiie. oiniTTiien niievi jr street, IS Insh nine, ilnwe sliest, rrn Biiiiwiien eiiey. iruiu winuw street tu vaiiey Jlnwe sheet, from iieiiiiliinn avenue, to n t'liiiiieoiion rvllli it sewer mi Hows street m Hhttdy avenue, 18 Inch pine, Arabella nneet, from Fe'tivnl street to ))en h iiUtim nvemiPi 16 Inch iilne. I'lmis mnt ppeeirieftil'iiia paii lie sunn and blanks fur lildillni; n he nhliilneil at the (lent erpl Ullli'o, Jieimrtmeiit nr I'liiuin win M. rel iilliee, l?inli i;i mint bii Boaniiiliaiiluil by A limn), wild two miretleK, iirnlntted before tlio Mayor nr Uily Hlerk, , , , , 'jjiii UeparliiiBiit nf Awsrdsrissrftnlli? right tn reject any or all biil.k JyT-lS Chief of Department of I'nliliu works. I'triNiiiiiiit, July in, Imiu, w tllty OriOH TO UONTUAUTOItH-HKAl.tSIl tiroiiosnU will be rnridvnd at the urtlun nf Itvtlmi rnllur until HATI lit IAY. tlio With dayuf July, A. 1)., IMHi, nt 'J u'urook i: M,,lur tne III Uttlllg, VIII HICWKUH. Kmlly street, frinn 270 fr, nmtnf Craft avo hum tn lliiiilllfe Uiiii sewuri ll-Inch plpd. HiinniisrlBii it i eot. from Walnut street to Hidden strstiti IWiicli pipe, Hlilpton sinter, from llndford nventin to Webster avenuoilMniih pipe, JlKl'AVINU. Wylle avenue, from fifth nvemie to Fulton sirnni. UUAD1NO, PAVING ANI) fiUIHIINO, -AlKim avenue, frmu Kllsworth areiiuo ryeutHr avenuo. to Lilac ureitt, from KlUworth avenue to West Minster etreet. Westminster street, from Aiken avenue to Ainhersuu avenue. Margarettu street, from Highland avenuo to Negley avenue, , . . Fifiy-foiirtli stroot, from Jlutlor street to Kevstmio street, Ciilvln itreut, from Forty-second street to Forty-fourth snoot. Colwidl street, from Dlitwlddlo stroot to Jumonvlllii street, l'AVJNU ANI) UUItHINO. lluqiiot street, from Atwoodstrout to Hates street, 'J'liu paving nf tlioabovo named iticcis to bo either ur block stono, viiluuiilinuspliult, Irrng. ular blnuK stone, nr cobble lone, and bids will bo rueulvud lor c.iiih kind t pavement. Plans and spcultloailoiis can ha seen and blanks tor bidding oaii lie iihtaliii'd at the gunural ullluu, i), pirtinout of Publln Worku, JC.tuh piupusal must be accompanied by a bund, wltli two suioties, probated befure the Mayor or City Clerk. Tlio Department of Awards reserves the right to reject any amlllilds. 11. M. illCilcr.oW, Chief of DopartmoHt of Public Woiki. J 1 10-1)3 NOTItlf.r. foTii'is'fi!AAnirA'i'Mi:.sr-uiWiiiiir- 1 T10N8 will liu iit.irnl In Ohio river at citiolnnatl mi or about JUNK 'A IblW, for piers of Central ltallway hrlcljo, hitwcnu Cincinnati and Newjiurt, Ky. j. r. Jiiiuiii.i.ii x uu., uotitraciors- yi!.78-t) FOE S.XjES SQUIRREL HILL. Tracts of Land. Containing from 6 to 100 acres, with good build- Inns and improvements. Price very low and terms to suit purchasor. Ira M, Eurchfield, jjS-Kiira US Fourth ave. CHOICE PROPERTIED. SPECIAL OPENING SALE WILMERDING. Special Train Leaving. Union Sta tion, P. R- R., Saturday at 1:20 p. M. July 19. Two hundred and ninety (290) choice large lots at prices FROM 200 TO $500 each, situated Immediately between the great Westingnouse Brake Works and the new shops and car works ot tbe Pennsylvania Railroad. Their value wiU be apparent to all. Every lot a prima facie bargain, as property so close, to these greatlndustrlal establishments must increase In value as tbe works are put In operation and a large ponnlatlon thus drawn around them. It la conceded by all that this plan covers tbe Most Desirable Ground in This Vicinity and is tbe most convenient of acceif. It is laid ont with fifty-toot streets and sixty foot boulevards. Sidewalks are being laid and streets graded. REMEMBElt, this property Is directly be tween tbe AIR BRAKE WORKS Pennsylvania Railroad Shops and Transfer, and thus closo to both Wllmerdlng and Wail Btatiou. Tbe new Electric Road proposed to be built this season also passes this property, running through Braddock. We sincerely believe lots In this plan will TREBLE IN VALUE In the next year. Dont Forget The Date. Be on band to secure a bargain, aspresentlow prices will have to MAKE WAY for prices nearer tbe value of tbe pronerty as soon as suf ficient sales are made at this opening. There must come an Immense Demand for Houses In this neighborhood, and nothing will make you money quicker than to be among the first to build tor supplying this demand. No one will come to this sale, see the improvements in pro gress, but will recognize this fact. It needs no argument is as plain as 2 and 2 make 4. Agents will be on the ground at the arrival of the train to furnish information and make con tracts for sale. Plans, prices and terms fur nished on application, but no sales made until on the ground at the opening. TtRMB 10 PER CENT. DOWN, BALANCE EASY payments to suit purchasers: also liberal building loans to purchasers who will build at once. Transportation for this special train will be famished to those who wish to attend by apply ing in person to BROWN A SAINT. Agents. 512 Smithfield streer. city, nr to MELLON BROS.. 6319 8tation street, East End. jy 16-61 LOTS I LOTS I Nice building lots affording attractive homes or money making to the purchasers ac present prices. MORN1NGSIDE PLAN. Eighteenth ward, extending from the Alle gheny river and A. V. R. R. to Ilichland Park, in tbe East End. Large lots at $75. S100, $200. o00, up to 1600 for magnificent situations. ALLEGHENY LOTS. Benton ave. plan, Eloventh ward, beantlful situation. $200, SOO, Sinn. New streets and rapid transit lines now building will soon double and quadruple values in this section. FLEMING PARK. Level lots, handsome and convenient home sites right on line of P. A L. E. R. R. and pro posed electric road, In sight nf tbe city and view of the river. No mistake can bo made in buy ing these choico lots at $200 to $300. We have nice homes, choice investments In all locations. Our representatives ready to accompany purchasers at all times direct from our offices. CHARLES SOMERS & CO., 313 Wood St. 6019 Penn Ave, E. E. Telephone 1773. Telephone 6328. jeZ8 TO MANUFACTURERS. A FREE AIANtJFAOTUMINO SITE Will be donated td ntiy manufacturer who will agree to employ 200 hands or oven adjolis Mclteespotti lias n frontage on 11, A 0. 11. it. of 1,000 feet, ttnd l,IOi) feet on Youghiogtieiiy ritef. l'nrtleulitre from WM. M. HULL, Ileal li'tete Ag"tit, MeKei"iutl, I'a, 116-11 JHIUCJATIOfiAl,. 1'llMiiirif, KlKhlh lieel, iiearTsnii ovenee, l'lilliiii'if frfiti Hi I'lilleee mid nifrtfcllVA TanroPMimiu. 2.1 leemiere. Hiiparliir home eoinfiifig nnd odre. I ear beln BeuteiiiuerV. A iireo, JH M nj'fesldpiit A, II, NOIIIJIKIMM, li.l). I iMAVKlT (!l)l.l,l''.(ll'.. I) and Mii'lfjil Institute, for young tjlrls end va,,,... la.tiuj I una.. I'A. IhMrdlnif limmrt. voniiF mill?, ii'.Tsr. i.iHiit. llmllnil tn jL I, i'opul.ir rate'. Mend for catalogue. ;yitaiiwii' U.T.TAVI.OII, PiNYoN MllilTAllV Ai'AlililMV.-'iniH nh I and rumaruu 1 ysiicoetiful sebum urn. Vliim tliiirmiglj pruparatliiii fur enlleun or liusl. iiess, and ciruful supervision nf health, lialilu and inmiimrs. Fur mttalngile address LAW ItliNUK UUrir, !,U ) lleotur, Gambler. U. jru-iwn lAllCOUHT I'l.ACIC HI-.MINAIIV.-A I' school of Mm blithest grade for vonnir Iv din and ulrls. I'.stahllslied mum original linos. It growth lias been remarkable. Fur autabigiin ailiiress mo I'riuoipai, Aitnn ai;a 1, ati'.h, 11, A (Juinliler, U. JullHI7.li alllCl.TKNIUM AIIAIir.JIV, IIIKINT, I'A. Nrnr I'hllnilnlplilit, lluiiiul llruok roiiln to irw Ydrk . lliH'K'i'lluil Inciiiliiii ami surround hits. I'urlsct srlimil tiiilpiiinl, l.llirary, if viii 'iiiialuin, military system 'liiurunsji preparation foreollniiiHirtcIeutlrlo school, jmiiuliiir limited In (10. Via imr vusr. Nouilras. Illuitrntoil elr- ei inr. Junn uai.vin iuui, , A.' Al.. I'rlu. Jl'IBll HOI.I.IUAYMIIUIKJ, I'A., HK.MlNAltY lloino suliiiiil for yniine; ladle. Limited uiiiiilier. Melliud of teaching and tralnins adapted tn tlia individual jioiillarittaa of each pilliil. Itinroiiuh oniiree In J'Jnullali, Anolent and Modern finjrunire, Mmlo and At. Hltu. atlnn exrepllnnally healiliy in the midst of th beauty nnd grandeur of the AllvKhenies, Ja7.ta-myr IIANIC HTATI!.KNTh. S""TATI'TilKNT OK Till! CUNtllflON OV '1'IIW MTV HAVlfUIH HANK, of 1'ltls liurif, l'u,. at the close or business Monday, Juuo&o, lsOU. AHHKTH. fian ami diseeuiiia... IMI.WO 31 llauklilit house and other ral;state, 7U.I.H ttl Cnrpmute stocks and homls 1UI,IMI7 M Dvordraft , m 01 Cash 011 hand and lu solvent lianki... Hr2,:iia M J7M..T73 13 1100,000 CO ai.onooo 1.001100 4.H71 30 013,600 S8 LI A 111 MTI KH. Capital stock nuriuiie Undivided prnrlt.,.... Unpaid dividend Deposits' I7bA3TJ 18 The abpve statement la true, to tbe best of my knowledge and belief. . JOHN W. TAYLOR, Cnsnler. Hubscrlbed and sworn to before me this lit day of July, isaa W.J. W1IITK. Attest: Notary I'ubllc 0.0'DONNELL, ) I'.KANIS, Directors. JOHN C. JIKILLY, ) lll.?2-Mwr PENSIONS For ALL BOLDIEKB who are now disabled, whether disability Is due to the service or not. For ALL WIDO H'H of soldiers wbo are not on pension mils. For minor children and depend ant parents. Increase of pension for soldier pensioned at less than t(l per month. Pension for all or no pay. All who believe tbemsolvei to be entiled should, wlthnnt delay, write me. JAB. liliYAlt, Jit., rUUbursr, I'a. P.O. Box TM. n - J.-i;U RODTH PLACE PLAN, ACCTIO.I SALES. D0FT FORGET THE AUCTION SALE -07- BUILDING LOTS ON NEXT THURSDAY, acrxi-5r 17, AT 10 A, M., AT South Yiew Place IN PLAN OF TUB On line of the Suburban Eapid Transit Electric Eoad, three miles south of Court House, one mile from city limits. 82 Acres of Beautiful Land Laid Out in Building Lots 50x150 and 50x 200 Feet.. This is the best chance you will have this year to buy a .site for a comfortable honis'' where the air is pure and the surroundings healthful and picturesque, within easy reach ol the center of the city. If yon wish to buy property that will certainly advance in value, this is yonr opportunity. Taxes are low. Prices will be cheap; long time and easy payments. Two natural gas lines through the property. Fine boardwalk from the city line to the farthest end ol the property; 1,600 feet front on line of Electric Itoad now in operation. Main streets SO feet wide, Boulevard 65 feet wide. Boad way from city line now being paved. Salo positive without reserve. NO POSTPONE JIEKT ON ACCOUNT OF AVEATHEE. Do not be afraid of rain; you can ride on street cars all the way to the plan and shelter will be afforded in office and build ings of the company nn property. Do not foreet the date, JULY 17, at 10 A. ar. $25 deposit on each lot purchased. Terms, one-fourth cash, balance cm long time with interest. Lots Will be Sold at This Sale at Prices Below Anything Which Will Ever be Offered to You Again. This is likely to be the only auction sals the Birmingham Land Improvement Com pany will ever hold. A ter this sale prices of lots will be advanced from 20 to 40 per cent, and the WHOLE PLAN WILL BE SOLD at private sale within ONE YEAK. Don't fail to attcud the Auction Bale and get a bargain at first prices. H. B. SMITHSON, Auctioneer. j7 AUCTION SALE PINE liOUHliltOMl tJQQM , OAlll'KTH, Al (lis relilenee. Nn, M Marlon l WMDNJ5H. HAY AIOIINI.NO. July Irt, at Hi o'elnok. Finis lull, renin and elelr eerneie, Immlsoiiie hull reek, Pirlnr unit and murine, eenter table, firm fUlimalni) tulile, illnlnir elmlm, China nlosol, eliliiit itlnnur e"rle, Kleie ami slimrwaru, rmi uritl eherry mil walnut elminimr anils. Hue. Iirle-a'tirai', eurlttln", eluoks, shades, picture, rolriijurutnr, oikikIiik ntunstls, stett-ladiler. lamulry liiriilshments, eto, flmitu open alter o'clock morning nf tlia ea . liKNIlV AUUTluN CO., JylSKI AuiillQimnrs. AT A LOW PRICE. At Edtjewootl, 1. R. R., AT AtftJTItlN.JUt.Y A NKXT, Oil the premises at 11 ii'elnnk A. II,, a Very d. slrulila and lundnrn dwelllnif, nun acre of ftround, shade and iirnatiienul trees. Location llrst class near the station. Hno W. A. HERRON & SONS. W0 KOIlllTH AVK. lyHiawH DIVIIIUNIIn. ill ri.Mi. ...! fiilw li. IklMI DIVIDKNI) NDTIUK-Tllli IIOAlll) UV .Munairar of the .Miinoujr4heli Navlira tiou Company have, tine day, ileolarml a rll. ilend of Ji'lVK l'KIt UKNT on the capital stock, payable to the stockholders or their leiful rsprsntiillves, at thoolllooor the com pany, tfo, 110 Dlanioml strast, l'lttshurir, on and arinrtua 13th Inst. JrlO-61-li W. IIAKBWKt.fi. Treasurer. Tim CiiiAtiTiKiiH VAj.r.mr f I ah Co., rirreiitniii, I'a., July 7, woo, TIVU)KNI)Nl)lll'TlK IIUAIll) UP J Uireclnr of till ciimp.iiiir tin this dav dTclarml a dividend ot ONHANKilNK-HAl.K' l'KIt CKNT upon tlin capital stnok or tho oniii. piiiiy, liayalitn nn tlin Ill'h Inst, tiy nallHil check. Irunsier books will be nlnsuil nn tlia I'Jth Inst. JH-T.1-1 V. J. THNKIt, Treasurer. Ornate Ws-MTrnw iNeiriiAXUM t'o . l'lTTrslliriiri. July 8. IWKl t P'l ilend IVIDKNI) NO. 7 T1IK IIOAKD Of directors bavu tils ilivilnnlarml n ,ivu d Of TllitHK l'KIt L'HStT. nr II All ntinn each share of tho capital stuck, payable mi and uimr 1110 lull llliu tVJI. I-, ill.lllll.il l, JyU-13-P HecroUry. OrrtOH AitMKMtA iNNirriANVK ComVany, I IVIDKNU-TIIK UllthfUTUIW OFTlUH company have dccl.ird a semi-annual dividend of TIIltKK DOLLAUH per share, payable on demaud. W. JJ. McOILU 112.Q Hccretary. MKETlNtin. " 11 1 OlTlCIOrTltKUirAUTAUCJUA LAKK 1 iL'KCuMI'AMr, PlTTMlUBd. I'A., .Mav 18. ISDa ) rpnE noAHD of uiiiKoroitri of this X company has called a special mooting of its stockholders to be held at tbe office of tba company at Thirteenth and 1'lke streets, city of Vlttsburir. on THUIIHDAY. the 17th day of July, 18U0, at 2 o'clock r. it., tor tbe purpose of votinj; tor or against an increase ni tne capital stuck. w. . W1LHON, JeI7-78.W Hecretarv. ULHINErtfi CI1ANGE8. VTOTICE IB IIKUKIIYQIVKN THAT THIS J.V firm of MorrimanA Hart, doing a snow Euslneis, has been dissolved by mntnalconsent after thi date WM. a MEItKIMAN. DWAXU UUilT. JulylllSWi jjUM .ill IlfOYCIlt Company. i W.fi.