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JYhisky Surreptitiously Taken in to
W, Hospital Patients.
TOE STARTLING CASE IN POINT.
Superintendent Cowan, ofthoWest Penn,
Tells About It.
GIN AKD OTHER DELICACIES DITTO
A reporter for this paper yesterday wit
nessed a very serious and dangerous smug
gling case which might have resulted in
death. "While in conversation with Super
intendent Cowan, of the "West Penn Hospi
tal, a woman approached that institution
carrying a bundle. The Superintendent
called the reporter's attention to her. He
"That woman has in her possession a bot
tle of whisky which she will try and smug
gle into the hospital to her brother."
When she reached the front steps of the
hospital the doorkeeper asked her whom she
wanted. She desired to see her brother, and
he bade her pass in. She was going up the
stairs to the ward when the Superintendent
called to her, asking what was in the bun
dle. She replied:
"Some clean underclothing."
"Anything else?" queried the Superin
tendent. She hesitated and then replied:
"Why, yes; a bottle of wine;" which turned
out to be hard wine. The Superintendent
very quietly reproved her for her misplaced
sympathy, but assured her if she repeated
that action, the authorities would be obliged
to refuse her admittance.
The Superintendent afterward remarked
that the systematic smuggling of delicacies
into the hospital was aery serious evil,
and many deaths had resulted therefrom.
Friends olten came to see patients suffering
from fevers, and, if the patient craved for
any special article of food, the friends al
ways attempted to get it for them, though
THE HOSMTAL MOTTO
is, "Don't bring anything." Said the Su
perintendent: "Whatever the doctor orders
for the patient, no matter what the cost may
be, it is always got." He gave an instance
of this craving by the fever patients: "A
negro was brought to the hospital with ty
phoid fever several weeks ago. He had -S15
in the bank, which I got for him at his re
quest. With this 15 he constantly begged
the officials to get him something that he
had a special liking for. At last said he to
the nurse: 'Get me some pickled pig's feet,
cabbage and potatoes.' The nurse replied:
Why, man, that will kill you!' 'Well,'
said the negro, 'I know that, but I want to
have a good time anvhow, while I live.' "
The Supintendent said also that in the
past it was a common practice to smuggle
drink to male patients; but a few weeks
ago two men came up to the hospital after
visiting hours, and importuned him to be
allowed to go up to one of the wards
TO SEE A FRIEND.
Said they: "We have come a considera
blejdistance to see onr friend, and we do not
want to go away without seeing him." The
Superintendent told them it was the
policy to be as liberal as possible,
and conducted the men to the ward
nnd left them there. "I had occa
sion later on to repass through the
ward." said the Superintendent, "and saw
ithe men push something under the bed
spread, which turned out to have been a bot
tle of the vilest of gin. We are, by careful
watching, eliminating the practice, but you
observe by this woman's action this alter
noon how difficult it is to suppress it.
Women conceal it in their garments, and
men have special pockets made to carry
"We shall be forced to make an iron-clad
rale forbidding any person who is found in
fringing the hospital rule from admittance
to the hospital."
GOOD FEEIGHT BUSINESS.
Iron Kate Will be Restored to the Old
BuaU September 1.
Freight agents report that the business of
tbe roads has been excellent for the past
few months. It has been decided to advance
the rates on iron September 1 to the old
basis of 25 and 30 cents between New York
and Chicago. It is just possible that the
rates will be made higher, but it depends on
the condition of business at the time. The
rates from Pittsburg to Chicago will be 15
and 17! cents, and 15 and 18 cents to Uew
Tbe new official classification No. 6 has
been issued. The snly changes touching
Pittsburg are made on glassware. The
rates on bottles were reduced some time ago
to third and fifth class.
Last month the rate on cotton ties from
Pittsburg to Texas common points were re
duced from 80 cents to G7 cents.
George McCague, of the Lake Shore road,
is working on a new coke classification. A
cumber of changes have been made in the
A GEEAT EXCURSION CITI.
Railroad Reap Harvests Carrying Pitts
General Passenger Agent A. E. Clark, of
the Pittsburg and Lake Erie Railroad, said
yesterday that Pittsburg was the best excur
sion town in the country. It has become a
habit among the people to go somewhere
every summer, and this year the lanes have
been popular. Some railroad men imagine
that the water scared many away from the
city this summer, but Mr. Clark doesn't
take much stock in the theory. He says
the people prefer to go in small parties than
on large excursions, and every day the
crowds are growing larger.
Yesterday morning General Passenger
Agent Anderson, of tbe Allegheny Valley,
lert with over 400 people for Lake Chautau
qua and Niagara Falls. The Lake Erie
will run another excursion to Niagara Falls
XXX, 1855, Pure Eye Whisky, full
quarts $2 00
I860. McKim's Pure Bye Whisky,
full quarts 3 00
Monogram, Pure Eye Whisky, full
quarts........ 1 75
Extra Old Cabinet, Pure Eye Whisky,
full quarts 1 50
Gibson's, 1879, Pure Eye Whisky, full
QuaiU . 2t vQ
Gibson's Pure Eye Whisky, full
quarts .............................. 1 50
Guckenheimer Pue Eye Whisky, full
quarts . .. ....... 1 00
Guckenheimer Export,Pure Eye Whis
ky, full quarts 1 CO
Moss Export, Pure Bye Whisky,- full
quarlStoxsttsf .,,.,,,,,,,, 1 25
1879 Export, Pure Eye Whisky, full
quarts 1 25
1880 Export, Pure Eye Whisky, full
quarts 1 00
For sale by G. W. Schmidt. Nos. 95 and'
B7 Fifth ave. f
Physiciaks join in prescribing and
recommending Banerlein Brewing Co.'s
pure unadulterated beer to their patients and
the public Put up especially for family
use in quarts or pints, and delivered direct
to residences in all parts of both cities.
Call up telephone 1018, Bennetts, Pa.
Has won high esteem by its delicious flavor
and perfect wholesomeness. No bad effects
can come from its use. . "
FBATJENHEIM & VlLSACK.
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6TUMBLLNG 0TER WEALTH.
Good Building- Stone Within Stent of tbe City
There are high-nosed people who cannot
see wealth beneath their feet, and among
those are people living along the line of the
Imperial Coal Eailway Gempany. A year
or two ago N. W. Sharer, Esq., called atten
tion through the press to the fact that on
Montour run, within less than 300 yards of
the Imperial Eailway Company's road, there
was a sandstone deposit equal for building
purposes to that at Massillon, O., and with
in 12 miles of this city. The atone is soft
and easily quarried, but when exposed to
the atmosphere hardens to such an extent
that it resists pressure almost equal to
A few thousand dollars would be suffi
cient to open the quarry and build a tram
way that would deliver the stone to the cars
and make the quarry a veritable gold mine,
not only to the owners of the ground, but
also to the railway company.
As Mr. Shafer says, the country up Mon
tour run, although within sight of the Court
House tower, has never been developed, and
the section as well as this city has suffered in
consequence. It seems strange that we
should haul building material 100 miles
when it is lying at our door.
TERT WATER! CEMETERY BONDS
Figure In n Bill In Equity Involving nn
Issne of SSO.OOO.
Eobert G. West yesterday filed a bill in
equity against the Homestead Cemetery
Company, and Samuel G., L. H. and North
West, C. P. Seip and John F. Cox, of tbe
company. The plaintiff claims the defend
ants purchased from him four acres, 129
perches of land, in addition to over 32 acres
they had otherwise obtained, for the ceme
tery. No stock was issued, but bonds were
given to the extent of 580,000. Of this,
West states, $4,200 worth were given to him
in payment for his land. Over $60,000
worth were issued for the other 32 acres ob
tained from Samuel 6., L. H. and North
West, and $15,455 worth of the bonds, it is
alleged, were fictitious.
What West received for his four acres,
129 perches, he alleges was a fair value;
bnt the other land was not worth over
$20,000. As a result he holds-that all the
bonds issued in excess of $24,200 are ficti
tious and fraudulent and were issued for
the purpose of allowing large profits to the
holders. He asks that the bonds in excess
of that amount be decreed null and void.
ONLY 14 OCT OP 103
Were the Typhoid Fever Deaths In This
City Last Week.
The mortuary report for the week ending
August 3 shows a total of 103 deaths, or 23
to each 1,000 of population. Of this num
ber 14 resulted from typhoid fever, 3 from
scarlet fever, 24 from diseases of the diges
tive system, and 11 from diseases of the
nervous system. Thirty-two were under 1
year of ag'e, 56 under 2 years, and 4 were
Gins of Baking Powder Men Are Injuries
tbe Glass Trade.
The glass drnmmers at the Monongahela
House will leave on the 15th. Fourteen of
the firms represented have already with
drawn their men. One of the agents said
that the trade was dull. The merchants are
only buying half a stock. The drummers
thin t the large amount of glassware given
away by baking powder manufacturers has
greatly injured the trade.
THE MILLER WILL IN COURT.
An Issne at Low to Be Made of Favoritism
la tbe Testament.
Eegister Conner yesterday decided to
award an issne to the Common Pleas Court
for jury trial in tbe case of the contented
will of tbe late William John Miller, of
Jeflerson township, which left bis property
tQ a. lavored few of hii -obSldren. The Will
was contested on the grounds of nndue
influence and testamentary incapacity.
George Mason has procured a warrant
from Alderman Bupp, because, as he
alleges, Maud Weizer, struck him on the
head with an iron for asking her to walk
HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE
Believes the Feeling of Lassitude
So common in midsummer, and, imparts vi
tality. PITTSBURG AND LAKE ERIE K. R.
Cleveland and return, August 8 $ 3 00
Detroit and return, Augusta 6 00
Mackinac and return, August 8 10 00
Conneaut Lake and return, August 14
and 15 3 35
Lake Chautauqua every Tuesday and
Saturday t 5 00
A. O. U. W. ENCAMPMENT.
Excursions to Conncnnt Lake, Angatt 14
The Pennsylvania Company will sell ex
cursion tickets to Coaneaut Lake for the
encampment of the Select Knights, A. O.
TJ. W., for train leaving Union station,
Pittsburg at 7.-05 A. M., central time, on
August 14 and 15, at rate of $3 35. Tickets
good returning until August 17, inelnsive.
IMPORTANT TO LADIES.
Seal Sacqaes Seal Jackets.
Ladies wishing their seal sacques redyed,
reshaped, relined or made into jackets,
wraps, or any repairs will find it to their ad
vantage to write or send their sacques to J.
G. Bennett & Co., fnr manufacturers, cor
ner Wood street and Fifth ave., Pittsburg,
Has a big list of bargains for this week.
Value wUl not be considered, as tbey must
be closed out. Lace curtains worth $1 CO
are offered at $1 pr.; short curtains 35c, sold
at G5c; lace bed sets worth $2 reduced to
$1 20; one lot of white spreads 75c, slightly
soiled, usual price $1 10; a job lot of corsets
worth $1 will be closed out at 50c; feather
fans, all colors, 20c; parasols, red or blue,
50c; ladies' muslin underwear marked to al
most half price; ladies' collars and cuffs 10c
set;s2-yd. remnants of skirt embroidery
worth $1 50 at 75c yd.; fine white flannel,
all wool, 25c; fine cashmere shawls 55c,
worth twice the money; velvet, any color,
plain or striped, at 25c yd.; double width
gray cloth, all wool, 25c, worth 45c; striped
or barred goods 35c; jerseys reduced from
65c to 45c; our $1 75 jersey can now be had
at $1 10; seamless black bose 12c; chil
dren's 10c; men's flannel shirts 38c; un
laundried white shirts, reinforced back and
front, 48c, usually sola at 65c. Come and
see us. Joyce's,
wssu 307 and 309 Penn ave.
Fancy Tennis Sashes Marked Down to
81 50 Each
Were $2 50 all to go plain colors and
fancy stripes men's furnish ing department.
Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
To introduce our fine crayon work. 100 25
x30 life-size crayons will be given away by
Hendricks & Co., No. 68 Federal st, Alle
gheny, beginning August 1, to the holders
of their family tickets. This is your chance
for a portrait
$1 50 quality black all-silk drapery nets
reduced to $1 a yard. Cogos & Buhl.
Cabinet photos, 89c per doz. Lies' Pop
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st. itwrsu
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Phreno-Physiology and an Interview
With Its Local Pioneer.
CHARACTER READING THE IDEA
"Worked Oat by a Man Who Studies Both
Bumps and Bodies.
LARGE POSSIBILITIES OF TflE SCHEME
Prof. P. S. Herman, of a local mathemat
ical and classical college, was interviewed
in his Allegheny residence a day or two
since, with regard to the new science of
phreno-physiology, of which he claims to be
the pioneer. The Professor obligingly sup
plied all particulars required, permitting
the reporter to glance over tbe series of lec
tures on the new science, which he has now
These lectures are addressed to profession
al and business men, and to all others into
whose province the reading of character ei
ters. Thev are centrifugal, and support pe
voluntary laws, contradicting in theiren'
tirety tbe doctrines of tbe fatalist.
Thev contain matter in reference t the
character reading, applicable to business,
society, science and administration of
justice. Their aim appears to be to know
man as he is, through the thousand clews
which his bearing, conversation, fora, face,
etc., afford the investigators. In act tbey
seek to make character reading a great
factor in society. The Professor swtes that,
knowing a man ordinarily and fudging by
his individual physical laws.
means of the science read hfi
almost as a book. Thus phrenVphysiology
is to the human construction yhat geology
is to the surface of the earth, i
NOT MERE PHRENOLOGY.
"Mind you," said the Prtfessor," this
science is not mere phrenology, because
phrenology is as yet in an imperfect state of
development. Moreover, phrenology con
fines itself to the nervous System of the
head, and disregards that M the trunk.
Phreno-physiology suppose the nervous
system and the brain to farm one unit.
Hence, what phrenology wtnld blame in
man for defective organs, his science, by
examining the whole systent, may prove to
be unworthy of blame." '
The Professor fiercely denied a timorous
suggestion that his science lid not admit of
free agency in man. "It admits or free
agency,'.' he said, "and it tlso supports the
immortality of tbe soul. It proves man to
have almost infinite capabilities for im
provement, socially, intelligently, finan
cially, morally and religiously. A man
well versed in this science can always repel
the insidious promptings to self-destruction.
It is the science of nature the revelation
of God's great work. It is what Francis
Bacon called 'verbum dei in rebus creatis
Another gentleman, quite conversant
with this subject, made it clearer by saying:
"With a proper allowance for the Professor's
natural exultation over his now complete
labors he has been toiling at the science
for eight years it must be admitted that
phreno-physiology appears to be endowed
PROGRESSIVE AD PURELY AMERICAN
spirit. It is one of those discoveries which
many people have passed heedlessly by; and
no doubt there are thousands who have
thonght out tbe principles of phreno-physi
ology without dreaming of reducing them to
a science. There is no doubt that phreno-'
physiology is a science, as no element ot me
science is to be found wanting in its com
position. It is as yet in its infancy, ot
course, but every science has known an in
fancy. '.Thousands, cf years ago geography was
born. Before itsdiseawry many- had
known that there were islands and rivers
and seas, but none bad thought of building
a science on them. It required a Pliny to
make geography out of these crude ele
ments, just as Prof. Herman claims to have
made phreno-physiology from the shreds and
patches of character-reading which he
found in the sages and among the shrewd
men of our own times. It is only fair that
Americans should hear the professor before
any judgment is pronounced on the valne
of this new departure."
Several examinations bymeans of phreno
physiology of individuals previously un
known to the Professor have taken place,
and ail resulted successfully. His full
name is Poncianus Sismondi Herman. He
is of ancient and honorable descent, and,
springing from the renowned race of Sis
mondi, has the right to quarter on his fam
ily coat of arms the imperial eagle of the
Simply n Case of Sympathy.
Officer Henry Herman, of the Allegheny
police, who went bail for Mrs. D. M.
Dewey, in the Crossley-Dewey cross suits,
wishes it distinctly understood that his only
reason for so doing existed in the fact that
he bad sympathy for a sorrowing lady,
whose troubles had been such as to arouse
the pity of all who boarded in the same
Certiorari! for tho County Solicitor.
S. H. Geyer, County Solicitor, filed cer
tioraris in the cases of 11 of the depnty
sheriffs who had sued and won before Alder
man Nolan to recover from the county one
day's pay each, $5, for the day they went to
Homestead. The Solicitor excepts.
A Rainbow Road.
It is reported that agents are in Beaver
county securing options for the right of way
for another road to Lake Erie. The scheme
is said to be to extend the Montour road to
connect wjth one or more of tbe North and
South Ohio lines, whatever this may mean.
An Unsafe Scaffold In a School.
Four men fell 12 feet from a scaffold
while plastering injthe Thad Stevens School,
Thirty-sixth ward, yesterday afternoon.
John Schawecker's ankle was broken and
John Wolff's shoulder dislocated by the
To-aiorrow (Thdrsdny), Anguat 8,
Is the day announced for the excursion to
the seashore via Pennsylvania Railroad.
Trains leave TJaion station at 8 J50 a. m.
with parlor cars Vattached, at 4:30, 7:15 and
8:10 p. M. with seeping cars attached. Bate
for the round triuglO tickets good ten days,
with the privilege of Cape May, Atlantic
City, Sea Island ot Ocean City.
Use "Una" floni finest spring patent in
the world. "Goldeh Wedding" the best of
bread flours. "Duquesne" has no equal as
a pastry flour. Homing's "Ivory," gem of
all family flours.
Another Surprise In Laco Curtains.
Come to the big sale to-day. A genuine
half price and less in some of these lots
$2 00 to $5 00. Jos. Horse & Co.'s
' Penn Avenue Stores.
Pittsburg and Lake Erie Railroad.
Excursions to Niagara Falls, $7; Toronto,
$8, and The Thousand Islands, $12, Tuesday,
August 13. Tickets good 15 days. -fyp
CAIiL or send for plans, free, of those
desirable suburban lots, at Aspinwall sta
tion, adjoining Sbarpsburg.
W. A. Hereon & Sons, 80 Fourth nve.
Malaria in the system instantly de
stroyed by using Fred. Brown's Ginger.
Cabinet photos, 89o per dor. Lies' Pop
alar Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth t, jtwtsu
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KAEKCHEE CONTINUES TO FIGHT.
The Druggist, Twice Fined for One Offense,
Appeals and Resumes.
A. J. Kaercher, the Allegheny druggist,
who is fighting the Law and Order League,
was on Monday morning served with a no
tice (not from that society, however) to ap
pear before Alderman Tatum. In the after
noon he received another notice from the
Law and Order people. He appeared be
fore Alderman Tatum, admitted selling on
Sunday, and paid his fine. Alderman
Brinker, before whom Mr. Kaercher was
summoned by the L. & O., decided against
him also; but Mr. Kaercher has appealed.
In conversation with Mr. Kaercher yes
terday, it was gleaned that there is to be no
diminution of energy in the Sunday selling
struggle. Last Sunday's visitors to the
drugstore were quite as respectable and just
as numerous as those of any preceding week.
Mr. Kaercher says that a somewhat wrong
impression was conveyed in a recent inter
view with him. He did not mean to ascribe
miserliness or cowardice to his fellow drug
gists, but merely expressed a wish that they
would also enter into the Sunday selling.
GRASS, MOSS AND LACE.j
A Combination by the Aid ot Which a Hired
Girl Raised Cain.
At an early hour yesterday morning the
home of Charles Carrier, on Willow street,
was almost destroyed by fire. The servant
girl, who had been away to the country,
brought home a bundle oi long dry grass,
placed it in a vase beneath an anchor of dry
moss. The girl "arose about 4 o'clock and
lit the lamp, carelessly throwing away the
match. Alter she had gone downstairs the
grass became ignited and it set the anchor
on fire. The lace curtains next caught the
flames, then the bedclothes, and so on.
Mr. Carrier being aroused, rushed up
stairs. The family all came to his assist
ance, and, by their united effort, subdued
the flames without further damage than the
loss ot the upper chamber.
Johnstown Given Another 1.1ft.
The Johnstown relief fund took another
spurt yesterday, $1,037 being received by
Treasurer Thompson. The large end of this
came in one subscription, the Dollar Sav
ings Bank sending in a check for $1,000.
The other subscriptions were:
519 75 from the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
general offices: 19 75 from the Pittsburg. Vir
ginia and Charleston Railroad general offices,
and $7 50 from the Junction Railroad general
Atlantic City's Blearest Shovylng.
Division Passenger Agent E. D. Smith, of
the Baltimore and Ohio, returned from At
lantic City yesterday, saying last Sundav
was the greatest day in the history of this
famous seaside resort. Over 100,000 strang
ers were in the city, and of this number 23,
000 were hauled that day by the railroads'
between 7 and 10 o'clock in the morning.
A Pleasing- Sense
Of health and strength renewed and of ease
and comfort follows the use of Syrup of Figs,
as it acts in harmony with nature to effectually
cleanse the system when costive or bilious.
For sale In 50c and Jl 00 bottles by all leading
Fittsbursr College, of Shorthand,
Corner Sixth and Liberty streets. Fully
three-fourths of all who undertake the study
of shorthand are nof adapted to it, and fail
to make any practical use of the art. This
school is devoted exclusively to shorthand
and typewriting, and no students are taken
except those who are fitted for the study.
Mr. Porter introduced shorthand into the
courts of Pittsburg, and is tbe first official
stenographer ever appointed in Pennsyl
vania. Two-thirds of all the successful
stenographers of Pittsburg were his pupils.
For circulars and information call on or ad
dress J. T. Porter, Principal. irvvs
Woven cotton hammocks, 65c, 76c, 85c,
$1. Canopies $1 25 to $3. Second floor bar
gains. - Booos & Buni -
The Greatest Linen Bargains Oars
In table damasks napkins turkey red
table covers towels crashes this is
the bargain place.
Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
$20 and $25 Paris patterns at $10.
Boogs & Bern
MEMBERS OF GEN. JOHN A. LOGAN
Lodge No. 171, Knights of Pvthlax. Mlll
boroogh, will meet at their halfWEDNES
DAY August 7. at 1 P. H. sharp, to attend the
funeral of Brother P. H. Emstoe. All sister
lodges are respectfully invited.
D. J. JEFFRIES. B. C.
"VTOTICE MEMBERS OF IRON CITY
i.N Council No. 17L J R. O. V. A. Al., are re-
nested to meet at their hall, 1923 Carson street,
. a, Thursday, August 8, at 1 o'clock sharp, to
attend the funeral of our late brother, Harry
Simmons. Bister councils invited to attend.
By order of
AMOS BARR. O.
J. A. MORRISON. R. & au7-21
Pittsburg. Pa August 5. 18S9.
VTOTICE-THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
JLl the stockholders of the Pittsburg Forge
and Iron Company, will be held at the office of
the company. Tenth street near Penn avenue,
on TUESDAY. August 20,1889 at 11 o'clock A.
M., for the election of directors for the ensuing
year, and for such other business as may be
bronght before them. JAMES K. VERNER,
31HE MEMBERS OF IONIC LODGE, NO.
. 525, F.4A. II.. will meet at Masonic Hall,
iamoad, Allegheny, THURSDAY, August 8,
at 11 o'clock sharp, to attend tbe funeral of our
late Bro. Charles P. Miles. Members' of sister
lodges respectfully invited. Interment at Se
wicklcy. Trains leave P.. F.W. and C. R. R. sta
tion at 12-45 p. M., city time. By order BENJ.
N. McLAJN. W. M. E. P. KERR, Sec. an7-5
J)RIDGE NOTICE U. a ENGINEER'S
J office. Louisville, Ky.,August3, 1889. The
oarU of Engineers, constituted to consider tbe
plans and location of a proposed bridge across
tbe Ohio river, will meetinpnblio session at the
M5,L,uJr.e House Wheeling, W. VaatllA. St..
AUGUST li,lb89. All persons interested are
Invited to be present to express their opinions
concerning plan and location of the proposed
bridge. AMOS ST1CKNEY, Major of En-
gineers. President of the Board.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-SEALED
proposals will be received at the Burgess'
office in tho borongh of Greensburg, Pa until
12 o'clock noon, AUGUST 17, A. D., 1889, for tbe
erection of a main brick and stone sewer in
and upon Coal Tar run. in said Dorougb, being
about 1,450 feet long. Ptansand specifications
can be seen at any time at my office in said
borough. Bidders will come and see lor them
selves and the right to reject any and all bids is
reserved. CYRUS T. LONG.
au7-35-D Borough Engineer.
J-J.ROPOSAL8 FOR STEEL FORGINGS
foralO-mch rifle. Ordnance Office. War
epartment, Washington. August L 18S9.
Sealed proposals, in dunlicate, will be received
at this office until 3 o'clock P. K. on THURS
DAY. AUGUST 15, 18S9, at which time tbey
will be publicly opened, for supplying the
Ordnance Department, U. 8. Army, with Steel
Forgingsfora 10-inch rifle. All information
required by bidders can be had upon applica
tion to Captain C. S. SMITH, Acting .Chief of
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
reports of viewers nn thA rnmr.ndtlnn nf
.. AUAsushtx. A. A.a MUST Xi. J
Atwood and Louisa streets sewer, from Fifth
avenue to Meyran street, and Meyran and
if0,1ifi CTeeta sewer, from Fifth arenne to
LunliffeRun sewer, have been approved by
Councils, which action will be final, unless an
appeal is filed in the Court of Common Pleas
within ten (10) days from date.
.i . , r, . E.M.BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
UE:YEiL!t th? cm:e f the City Con
troller until Friday, August 18, 1889, at 2 o'clock
--b.-;or t'Jn"t of a police station in
tbe Thirty-sixth ward. Plansandrpcclflcatlons
can be seen at the office of tho Superintendent
of the Bureau of Police. Bonds in double the
amount of bids will be reqmred, said bonds to
be probated before the Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department ot Awards reserves the Tight
to reject any or all bids. J. o. BROWN,
Chief of the Department of Public Safety.
M3DUplay advertUemenU -one dollar psr
iguare for one imertlon. Classified advertise
menu on thU page such at ITanteo, For Sale,
To Let, etc,, ten cento per line for each iruev
tion, and none taken for leu than Aft cento.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For tho accommodation of tho
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements -will
be received up to 9 P. H for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid exeept where
advertisers already have accounts with Tux Dia
THOMA8 Jf CCAFFKEY, S5u8 Butler street.
EMIL g. STUCKEY, nth street and Tenn are.
JS. G. STUCKEY ACO., Wylle ave. and Fulton U
N. STOKKLY, Fifth Avenue Slarket House,
J. TV. 'WALLACE. MM Penn avenne.
MCAIXISTE!t&SHEIBLER,Sthav. Atwood It.
JACOB 8POHN, No. 2 Carson street.
H. A.DONALDSON, 1707 Carson street.
A. 3. KAERCHEU, 9 rederal street.
H. J. McBRIUE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FRED H. EGGEES. J72 Ohio street.
F. B. EUOEH3 ft SON, Ohio and Chestnut its.
3. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McBENBY, Western and Irwin ayes,
G. TV. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver area.
PEHRYM. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny ayes.
TTTANTEIJ AT ONCE; TWO TIN ROOFERS.
W. C. BEED, alcKee's Bocks, Pa.
TnANTED l'ANTS AND VESTJIAKERS'AT
tt w. A. 1103ES A CU.'H, si I'ranaiin st.,
"TTT-ANTED-A BOY TO LEAKN THE DRUG
if business: one who speaks German. Apply
at 4018 BUTLEJi ST.
WAMEO-BILL CLERK-YOUNG MAN 18
to is years old. Address In own handwrlt
lng. B. Dispatch office. au7-38
WAN1ED-A PRACTICAL ROOKHEEPER.
Address Klvlnjc aze. experience, and salary
expected. X. W., Dispatch office. an7-il ,
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS MECHANICAL
draughtsman. Address, with reteience.
BOX 1608, Philadelphia postofflce.
WANTED-Z GREEN SAND AND 2 LOAM
molders: none but rood mechanics need
apply. GLOUCESTER 1BON WORKS. Glonccs
tertlty, N.J. au7-28
WANTED-TWO THOROUGHLY POSTED
young men; must be good talkers: big ln
ducements.to right parties. BOOM X No. 1038
Penn avenue. au7-39
WANTED-SALESMAN A LIVE. ENER
GETIC worker with experience wishes po
sition with drrgoods house. Address A. L. M ,
Box H Lock Uayen, Pa. auS-11
WANTED-A GROCER CLERK FOR THE
East End. one harlnp experience pre
ferred, and who can command some trade. Ad
dress II., Dispatch office. aug7-42
WA-ITBU- MEN EXPERIENCED ON
. bridge Iron work: also riveters, blacksmith
and helpers. Call at office of PENNSYLVANIA
CONSlkUCTION CO., Unlontown. Pa. am-70
WANTED COMPETENT MAN TO BUN
pneumatic rlyetlne machine. Address, with
references, etc., A. j7 LULLOCK. Prop. Mo.
Valley Bridge and Iron Wis, Leavenworth, Kas.
WANTED TWO EXPERIENCED OIL
salesmen for lubricating oils; state experi
ence, etc., and where an Interview can be had on
Friday, 9th. Address B. F. QUILLING, Dispatch
"TTTANTED FOREMAN FOR DRY AND
t T green sand shop at tbe Gloucester Iron
"iV orks. Gl oncester City, N.J. -competent men only
.A-auress DurjuuLnxjuauiAi, at
WANTED-FOUB TEACHERS IN MCCAND
LKSS twp., males preferred: wages S10 per
month: term six montbs; election for teachers
Aug. 17, at No. J. "WM. KMRICK, Sec. Perrys
vllle P. o. au7-9-w-f
WANTFD FIRST-CLASS PRESCRIPTION
glass blowers Immediately: will pay 10 per
cent more than union list: steady lob: fare paid to
Cblcago. Telegraph CHICAGO GLASS MFG.
CO., Chicago. auS-Z
fry ANTED SMART, ACTIVE YOUNG
TV man In a large wholesale house; one who
Is willing to make hlmseir useful; none need ap
ply but one who has snaD. with reference. Ad
dress LUCK BOX 607, P. O. au6-l ,
TI7ANTD FOR THE UNITED STATES
T V army, able-bodied, unmarried men, between
the ages of 21 and 33 years: good pay, rations,
clothing and medical attendance. Apply at NO.
915 PENN AVENUE, Pittsburg. Pa.
WANTEU-ENERGET1C MEN TO SOLICIT
for a building and loan association; to the
right men very liberal terms will be made.
aress .Misw iuh& mutual, savipus
LOAN ASSOCIATION, Si Liberty St., N. Y
ANTED-AGENTS AMD MERCHANTS TO
boy While Enameled Letters, first-class
goods at IK cent an upright inch: samples mailed
forloc: directions for applying to windows free.
HIE WHIfELETTER CO., P. O. Box 123, New
ark, N. J, aul-3)
WANTED-A GARDENER TO GO TO TWENTY-SECOND
ward, two miles from station;
must be a single man and understand taking care
of horses and cows. ApDly between 9 and It
o'clock a. K, at ROOM ii, Stevenson building,
Elxth ave. au7-U
-Tf7ANTED-SALESMAN. LOCAL ANDTRAV
VV ELINO. visiting wholesale and retail con
fectioners, ice cream manufacturers; side line:
fair commission; goods thoroughly advertised:
see confectioners Journals. G. H. LOWELL Jt
CO., Ruffalo, N. Y. anS-77
WANTED SALESMAN EXPERIENCED
and reliable man on commission, with lines
not conflicting, to sell our lite or children's and
Infants' shoes to establlshe trade in Ohio. Pitts
burg and vicinity. Address, with reference, A.
E. BKOW N & CO., Orwlgsburg, Pa. an6-44
-TT7-ANTED SALESMEN EVERYWHERE
TV for our Adjustable All-metal Door Plates:
(can sell and deliver at once) made of nickel, gold
or solid brome: new goods Just out: profits large;
sales rapla: no house canvassing; write lor partic
ulars. N. Y. DOOR PLATE CO , NewarkrN. J,
TTJANTED MAN-TO TAKE AGENCY OF
TT onr safes; site 2Sxl8xl8 Inches: weight 500
lbs. : retail price S35; otlier sizes in proportion: rare
chance to create permanent bnslaess at borne;
these safes meet demand never before supplied by
otbersafe companies, as we are not governed by
the Sate Pool. ALPINE SAFE CO., Cincinnati, O.
WANTED TRAVELING SALESMEN. SEND
your address and reference to KEYSlONE
MFGCO. (Inc.), Glrard, Erie county, Pa., and
they will mall you. free, a full outfit, Including
model, ofau article that sells readily to the trade
In every town and city, and upon which they will
fay you a liberal commission; whole outfit weighs
WANTED AGENTS TO HANDLETHE N EW
patent chemical Ink erasing pencil: great
est novelty ever produced: erases Ink in two sec
onds, no abrasion of paper; an to coo per cent
profit; one agent's sales amounted to SS In six
days;another321ntwohoun; territory absolutely
free: salary to good men: no ladles need answer;
sample 3S cents. For terms and full particulars
address the manufacturers, J, W. SKINNER &
CO , Onalaska, Wis. anS-49
WANTED COMPETENT MAN WHO IS
thoroughly familiar with the manufacture
of Iron bridges and experienced in the manage
ment of men, to act as assistant superintendent
of bridge shops; will pay right party fair
salary on year's engagement. Address,
with full particulars as to experience
and references as to ability and character, A.J.
LULLOCK, Prop Mo. Valley Bridge and Iron
W'ks, Leavenworth, Kas. auo-U
WANTED A COUNTRY GIRL (PROTEST
ANT) who understands plain cooking;
wages. S3. Call or address EXCELSIOR MFG.
CO.. 103 Market St., Pittsburg. au5-87
ANTED TWO GIRLS WHO UNDER
STAND reneral nnnitewnRlr and enakfnr
must have srood recommendations: German srlrla
who can speak English preferred. Address n
swersto IN yUlUER, Dispatch office. au7-I7
LY experienced in dryroods and notions:
must uc capable or taking charge or the drjiroods
side: tunsi farnlih best of references, with appli
cation; place of business ten miles from I'ltts
burp. Address JIEltClIAM, Dispatch office.
ainjo and Female (Tela.
WANTED -A SHOW TROUPE TO PLAY
during Fair week, Sept. 16 te 21: comedy
cuiuuauT urcicrrcu: kuuu uusiucsi
E. WORMOLO, ConneautTllle. Pa,
Address ft .
-TTT-ANTED-AT ONCE, WHITE WAITER FOR J
T T priTate lamuy, rarm nana, coiorea wait
ers, seamstress, nousexceper. du cooks, jj cnam
bermalds, 4 dining room girls, laundry girls, head
launaresa, secona cook, .uxu.&.'a
3, Stt Grant
WANTED - S25 WEEKLY-REPRESENTATIVE,
male or female, in every community;
goods staple: household necessity: sell at sight; no
peddling; salary paid promptly, and expenses ad
vanced. Full particulars and valuable sample
case (Tee? we mean Jmt what we say. Address at
once STANDARD blLYERWARE CO., Boston,
WANTED-BITUATION BY A YOUNG MAN
who can write a fair hand; work In some
office where writing Is done preferred. Address
S, Dispatch office. an7-U
WANTD POSITION WITH PRIVATE
family, by a young man (German); general
gardener and florist; can take care of horses; best
of references given. Address P. O. BOS NO. 38,
Sbarpsburg, Pa. au7-J
-TaTANTED-POSITION IN BESTAUBANTBY
W younif man: can speak and read and write
German ancf English. Address 715 CARSON ST.,
B. 8. Pg. an7-25
Boarder and Lodsers.
WANTED-OCCUPANTS FOR A PLEASANT
furnished room: reference required, at NO.
23 MONTGOMERY AVE opposite parks. au7-M
WANTED TO LOAN flSaCOO ON FIRST
CLAbS security at per cent. GEO. JOHN
STON. 6! Fourth avenue. auS-S4
TTTANTED TO LOAN
S0C0.00O ON BOND
T T and mortgage,
S nercent. GEO. JOUN-
STON, Agent, (
r ourthavenue. au8-54
WANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over HOW; H Per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVLit Jt CO., 92 Fourth avenue.
WASTE D-MORTGAGES-f ,AROE AND
smaliamountson Improved city property
at 5 per cent, W. A. HJERRON A SONS; 80 Fourth
on crrr ok
YV tnburban nronertr: montrr loaned in lanre
or fmall amounts.
In ." I;. V ' ..r.V..n..i..urrT Inn
i. uiudinuiJj. iv
, ui'TUEuinviiJ) aw
in large ana sinau amounts at i, aanuo
per cent, free of State tax: no delay.
i.u z lu a iu., iai x ourtn ave.
WANTED-TO LOAN SOI,000L IN AMOUNTS
of 3,000 and apward, on city and suburban
property, on 4)j percent, free of tax; also smaller
amounts at S and t per cent. BLACK & HAIKU,
i ourth avenue. se21-d28-D
WANTED. MORTGAGES WE HAVE
money to loan on Pittsburg, Allegheny or
suburbin Improved real estate. In sums of $.',00
and upward at lowest rates. ALEXANDERS
LEE, 313 Wood St. aut-Zl-MWS
"TJTANTED MORTGAGES-, 000, 000TO LOAN
TV on city and suburban properties at4H, Sand
t per cent, and on tanns in Allegheny and aqja-
cent counties at 8 per cent. 1. M. PENNOCK X
SON, 10i ourth Avenue
"TTTANTED TO LOAN t30.OX ON MORT-
T T GAGES; J10O and upward at s per cent;
two, 000 at 4,4 per cent on residences or business
property: also in aojoininf
FRENCH, 12S Fourth avenue.
tlso In adjoining counties. S. H.
WANTED HORSES AND CATTLE FOR
pasture; properly attended to. Apply JOHN
FALL, Fulton, Pa.. auS-ll
ftr-ANTED INFORMATION OF A FRENCH
TV MAN named Baptlste Fcrero, nicknamed
Roquet. Mrs. BAPTISTE FERERO, McDonald,
WANTED-TO BUY 2 RETURN EXCURSION
tickets from Cane May to Pittsburg. In
quire or address the ELLERNON HOUSE, Cape
May, N. J. au7-13
WANTED CUSTOMERS FOR DIAMONDS,
gold and silver watches, marble clocks, sil
verware, etc., at St per week upward, at 130 Fed
eral St., Allegheny. J. MITSCU. JelS-uwrsu
T7ANTED-LADIE3 TO KNOWHAUGH
TV Keenan repair, rennish or upholster old
tture promptly and In tke best possible man
33 AND Si WATER ST. 'Phone 1626. myi-S2
-TTTANTED TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM-
YV BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one In the club at SI CO per week. Address P. O.
BOX S01, and I will call and scow you the watch.
TV use of the phonograph and phonograph
graphaphone taught at the Western Pcnna. Pho
nograph Co. 's, 148 Fifth are.: situations will be
secured for educated operators. aut-15-wrsu
-TTT-ANTED BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
YV TOGRAPHEH, 98 lfth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he Is making fine cabinets at (1 SO per
dozen: photos delivered when promised: lnstan
tancons process. mhl3-63
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE $3,800 LOMBARD STREET.
Eleventh ward, Pittsburg, two squares from
tlfth Avenue Market, a brick dwelling or 7 rooms,
bath, range, sliding doors and slate mantels: lot
22x120: liberal terms, by GEORGE SCHMIDT. 157
1 ourtn avenue. Jy31-49
FOR SALE-ONLY tiOOO-SEVFRAL NO. 1
brick dwellings on Twenty-sixth st , South
side, each containing six rooms and finished
attic hall, vestlbulei natural gas, good cellar,
Ac. ; very liberal terms; small cash payment, bal
ance as rent, and only one square Irom proposed
cable line. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-HOUSES AND LOT, 162 FORTY
FIRST street, at auction, on Saturday, au
ust 10, 4 o'clock: lot 23x150; one frame and two
rick houses, four rooms and attic each, cellars,
water and sewerage to each house: yearlr rents,
ts-a: limited price, tiooo, at which sale will be
made if more cannot be realized: this sale should
receive special attention. Further particulars by
JAS. E. CREIGUTON & CO., B Federal St., and
A. LEG GATE A SON, Auctioneers, 31 Federal
St., Allegheny. au7-92
East End Residences.
T7-OK BALE CALL OR SEND FOR PLANS
1 and description of those fine new brick
houses on Forbes St. and Coltart square, Oakland:
tbe most complete and desirable bouses In the
market for the moneyiS to 13 rooms each. W A .
HERKON A SONS, No. 80 Fourth are. au8-29-ws
TjWR SALE A PRETTY. NEW QUEEN ANNE
C house In the East End of 9 rooms, reception
ball, range, bath, laundry, complete In ail re
spects: close to P. R. R.; elegant lot 50x100: pared
street and well sewered: S1.CO0 down, balance on
time. BLACK & BAIRD, & Fourth ave.
FOE SALE-NEW FRASIE HOUSE OF 7
rooms, and large grounds, on Hastings St.
(Point Breeze); handy to P. R. R. and cable, and
iu excellent neighborhood: we offer this property
for f2,600; we hare also printed list of fine proper
ties, which we will be pleased to mall on applica
tion to those desiring. MELLON BROTHERS,
6349 Station St.. E. E. au4-40-WTSu
T7OR SALE HOUSES AND LOTS AT
X) executors sale, to settle up an estate, situate
on Friendship avenue, opposite Mary st.. third
property east from Penn avenue, about 45 feet
front and about 85 feet In depth! with 2 small
houses thereon, to be sold at public sale by order
of executors, on Saturday afternoon. August 10,
at 3 o'clock, on the premises. Terms, etc, from
JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., Agents and Auc
tioneers, 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. aul-89-MWThs
FOR SALE PARTIES LOOKING FOR
hous cannot find a more desirable situation
than Oakland square; the greater number or the
durably built, handsomely finished new dwellings
erected there have been sold within the past sixtv
days; asphalt pavements, natural and artluclal
gas. a beautiful park planted with shade trees,
and convenience to the city, being but 20 minutes
by Pittsburg Traction road, are among tbe ad
vantages. Prices. $l,S00and $8,700, on easy terms.'
Apply to C. H. CHANCE, on the premises.
FOR SALE-FINE RESIDENCE AND 1 ACRE
of ground on P. R. R., East End. two min
utes' walk from railroad station: 12 rooms in resi
dence, with bath, lavatory, natural gas, marble
mantels, furnace, and replete throughout with all
modern Improvements and everything In prime
order; beautiful lot of 1 acre, with full grown
shade trees, fruit trees and shrubbery: abundance
of pure water, very good stable, carriage house
sua all needed outbuildings: this is a very pretty
Sroperty In every particular: price only 113,000.
AS. W. DRAPE & CO., Agents, 129 Fourth ave.,
FOR SALE-NORTH AVENUE, ALLEGHE
NY, residence; eheapif sold quick: 10 rooms;
corner lot. W. A, HEREON & SONr. 80 Fourth
FOR SALE-FEDERAL STREET. NEW ELEC
TRIC road extension, a beautiful, large, dou
ble frame dwelling, natural gas. city aud spring
water, etc.: large lotweu improved, oas iruil oi
all kinds: will sell cbeap. Call at 95 Fourth ave.
TJ-.OR SALE AT A LOW PRICE AND ON
J2 liberal terms, 4 frame houses of 3 rooms and
good attic each, and 0 choice lots, on Eoyal street,
Allegheny: will sell as a whole or In parts, as de
sired: good chance fur a speculation; rare oppor
tunity for home seekers. Call on BLACK &
Suburban Residence a.
FOB SALE-A NICE NEW 6-ROOM HOUSE;
gas, water, etc, with large lot, near Ingram
stitlon; price only 12,630; small payment down,
and balance $15 a month: fine chance to secure a
home. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth ave
nue, Pittsburg. au3-31-MW8
FOR FALE-AVALON STATION. P.. F. W. &
C. Ry.. a good 8-room frame dwelling, ele
gantly turnlshed tnroughout: slate mantels, etc:
natural gas; 9 acre of ground covered with fruit
and shade trees: most beautiful view on the Oblo
river: $1,000 down, salanco long time. BLACK
& BAIRD. 05 Fourth are. aul-99-D
FORSALE-AT $4,700, AT WILKIKSBURG;
well located on Holland St., file minutes
walk from the station, goon house of seven rooms,
reception hall, finished attic and bath; all well
finished, the housn being built with great care;
lot Is 50x122 feet; fruit and shade trees: city water.
Full information. from W. A. UERRON A SONS,
No. 80 Fourth ave. , an4-74-Mwr
East End Lots.
FOR SALE-iSO PER FOOT-SHADTSIDE:
Walllnglord, near Neville St.: 90x181 feet:
most desirable bulldlnr site In E. F: Walllnrford
street Is now being graded; propertr will enhance
rapidly. SAMUEL W.BL4
EL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth
-TTiOR SALE-BAUM GROVE LOTS-$40 TO $sn
.a- aiootiront; sewereo. curoeu ana nag stone
sidewalks complete; where
these Drlccs? Fnll Informal
can von dtnllcate
Fnll Information from MELLON
KltOb.. Station st.. E. ., or JOHN F.BAXrER,
au, oi amiuineia St. auvv-siwr
FOR SALE-t2,0CO-NEAR HILAND AND
Stanton ares., lot 60 ft, front on Jackson sL,
and extending 102 ft. along St. Clair at. ; this beau
tiful corner lot at $33 a ft. front Is a rare bargain;
write ror printed list of properties for sale. MEL
LON BROS., 6349 Station St.; E. E.
FOB SALE-LOTS AT HAZELWOOD AND
Glen wood, near the station: forest and
lruit trees, graded streets, sidewalks, city water,
natural gas; houses for sale, small payment
down, balance In monthly payments If desired:
Second Ave. Electric Hallway will pass In front of
toesQ leu, a, c v. itauroaa xare montniy ticcets.
5K cents per trip.
FOR SALE LOT.
FOR SALE LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues and Lombard street. Allegheny, in
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH MCNAUGUER, 43 N. Diamonds.
FOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL LEVEL LOTS, NO.
82 and 81 PAGE STRF.KT. Fifth ward. Alle
gheny City. Pa., by auction, on the premises. 44x
132 feet; desirable neighborhood. Don'
sale at 3 o'clock on Wednesday, August 7.
FOR SALE-EAST JEANNETTE SPECIALTY
Glass Co. plan-a few good lots, 40x100; free
gas; stores needed; 25 houses building: several
large factories coming in. 314 HAM
FOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL BUILDING SITE
at Ed ec wood, p. R. H., I00i3 feet: level and
wlthlu 3 minutes' walk from , station; reasonable
price and easy terms. BLACK & BAIRD. 95
Fourth ave. 3-A.
T7HJR SALECHEAP SUBURBAN LOTS AT
Jj Aspinwall station, adjoining Sharpsburg, at
very low prices and easy terms: special Induce
ment offered to early purchasers; eill or send for
plans. W. A. HEREON & SONS. No. 80 Fourtn
FR SALE "THE NEW VILLA PARK
Plan," adjoining Wilklnsbnrg and Hrnshton,
affords the very best chances ror profitable In
vestments to be found within many miles of 1'llts
burg. For proof of thU assertion get particulars
from JOHN F. BAXTER, Agent, 512 Smithfield
TTIOR SALE-FARM 100 ACRES: FINEST DAIRY
X; place In this part of Pennsylvania: advanced
age ofowner reason for selling. ED. ftlTTlSH,
410 Grant st , Pittsburg, Pa. Jy31-D
TOR SALE VIRGINIA FARM ON THE PO
J" TOMAC river. 60 miles from Washington;
half mile from wharf: comfortabla dwelling.
large orchard, 90 acres of land highly productive;
Address G. J.
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
XT-OR 8ALE-GOOD MILK ROUTE IN ALLE-
X' GIIENY: also wagon and horse.
CHARLES ST., Allegheny City.
X! near .". 000: daily sales a
sales average between $25
and $30. Address DRUGS, care Letter Carrier
T7WR SALE A HOU3EFUBNISHING AND
J tinware business In an active manufactur
ing city on line of railroad and river: very good
bnslness nolnt: trade nrosrjerous: no bad debts: a
first-class opening In this line. JAS. W. DRAPE
CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR HALTS-THE UNDERSIGNED. A TIN
NER, desiring to retire from business, offers
for sale his property and business containing
large storeroom with six other rooms and all
other necessary buildings. For further Informa-
port St.. Et
r to tlKiaa uuiUAai, .ao. o rrve
itna Borough, Pa. au7-19
1JIOR SALE-NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY A
business and be ready for fall trade: -'Immense
crops," "Iron high,.' so Dun" and
"Bradstreet's" say; we hare for sale 100 good
f:rocery, drygoods and notion stores: finest,
argest and most profitable bakery and confec
tionery business In the two cities; cigar store,
feedstore, milk depots, confectioneries, restau
rant and dining rooms, printing office, livery
stable, shoestores, bakeries, extensive bottling
works. Free particulars. SHEPARD & CO.. 54
Fifth ave. aul
TTiOR SALE-OR RENT-THE PLANT OF THE
X" Crystal Glass Compan), situate on the cor
ners ot South Sixteenth, seventeenth and Sarah
streets, consisting or two furnaces with lears,
engine and boiler and other buildings, all incom
plete order: parties purchasing or renting can
hare possession to start In ten days. For price,
terms, etc , apply on PREMISES. au7-18
TTIOR SALE-OR LEASE-GLASSWORKS AT
X! Bntler. Pa., consisting of a 12-pot furnace In
good order, 8 good pots In furnace; fire not out;
also Implements necessary for a prescription
house: H acres of ground; also an S-pot furnace;
stack on tbe premises; also 1 gas well and lines In
good order; siding connections on 3 railroads;
possession given immediately. For particulars
address BUTLER GLASS CO., L1M., Butler., Pa.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock. Arc
FOR SALE-CHEAP-I LIVERY CARRIAGES
in good repair, at MILLER 4 McCUN N ELL'S,
32 and 34 Race St., Allegheny. au7-55-WTS
TTiOR SALEA FINE LOT OF YOUNG PAR
1 ROTS guaranteed to make talkers: price. $5
each: come soon to secure first choice. ESPICH'S,
640 Smithfield st. . au4-26-wsu
FOR BALE-CHEAP HORSE, BUGGY AND
harness, all In good shape: the horse would
r an purposes, especially tor iamny use.
GOVERNMENT STABLES, Dispatch
TTIOR SALE-$00 FIVE-YEAR-OLD COW AND
X? five months' heifer calf, both about two
thirds Jersey, good milker and of choicest table
sell or trade for harness or feed.
Box 218, Pittsburg. P. O. au7-2
TTIOR SALE-A VERY FINESORRELL MARE,
-P 7 years old, suitable for buggy or light de
livery purposes: aiso Brewster sine oar onggv ana
Harness, iaii ur auure.s ... oiiiiwi Lja. ca.
Klrkpatrick and West End ave., Allegheny,
Machinery and Metals.
FOR SALE-28X48 CORLISS ENGINE: ONLY
run a year; can be seen in operation; price
on application; "ft ortblngton pumps, automatic
and plain slide valro engines, boilers, pipe and
fittings. J. A. MCCORMICK, lM First ave.
TTiOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers: all sizes and strles kent in stock, from
4 to 100 h. p.; all refitted; good as new, at lowest
prices; mountea ponaoie engines, a to u.p.
J3-S5 ran way.
J. S. YOUNG, AUegheny. Pa.
FOR SALE- HOISTING ENGINES, NEW
and second hand; wire and manllla rope, der
rick and fittings, hoisting tubs and ears, clay and
ore pans, engines, boilers and machinery.
THOMAS CARLIN'S SONS, Lacock and Sandusky
sts., Allegheny. su5-17-mwf
OU SALE-SCO TO 1,000 TONS OF CLEAR
JD Ice. Inquire of D. J. KENNEDY, 6351 bta-
tlon St.. E. E.. Pitts.
PERSONAL-BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
New and old, ancient and mouern. standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30,000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 900
Liberty st. anJ-93
PERSONA L-IF THE PARTY WHO FOUND
the pockctbook at stamp window of post
offlce on 1st Inst, will return private papers they
can keep the money; papers valuable only to
subscriber. S., Monongabela House office. au7-47
PERSONAL-WHY TROUBLE TOUR WIFE,
mother or daughters in reoalrlng and clean
ing your old clothes, when it can be done for a
trifle by DICKSON, the Tailor, cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood St.. second floor? Charges moderate:
faculties unsurpassed: salts made to order: spring
styles now ready. ' telephone 155S. rohs
LOST-SUNDAY AFTERNOON, NEAR DAL
LAS Station. P. R. It., a black and white
setter dog: a liberal reward will be paid If re
turned to H. 1L WEbTINGHOUSE, Edgewood,
LOST BETWEEN ELEVENTH STREET.
SouthsMe. and Liberty street, Pittsburg, a
collector's book, marked S. Craig. Fire dollars
reward inert at TOLL HOUSE of Tenth street
FOUND GREYHOUND SEVERAL DAYS
ago; owner can have same by paying ex
penses. Apply J. AMON, 162 Wylle ave. an7-57
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between the undersigned under
the firm name ot J. Hi Richardson 4 Co., has
this day been dissolved. All debts owing to and
demands upon said firm to be paid to and set
tled bv J. H. Richardson. J. H. RICHARD
BON, D. O. STEWART. an2-33-""WT
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX
ISTING between the undersigned firm ot
Ward dc Net?, bakers, has this day been dis
solved. All debts owing to and demands upon
said firm to be settled by W. J. Ward.
AUGUST 6, 1SS9. W. J. WARD.
rE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between A.D. Neeld, J.G.Gal
lagher and N. Patterson, under tbe firm name
of Neeld & Co., has, this day, been dissolved.
A. D. Neeld having purchased the interests of
the other two partners, will pay ail debts owing
by the said firm, and wiU receive payment of
all bills due said firm.
A. D. NEELD,
J. G. GALLAGHER,
jyl7-31-W N. PATTERSON.
Tho undersigned bas admitted Mr. H. C.
Wilson to co-partnership In the real estate
business, hitherto carried on by him under the
name of Samuel W. Black: & Co., No. 89 Fourth
avenue, dating; from July L 1889; under tho
same firm name and at tbe same place.
PRTSBtrao, Aucust 3, 1889, aWl-"rws
TO LET-HOUSE OF7ROOMS.ON BEDFORD
ave , nearSeventh ave. GEO. JOHNSTON,
Agent. 62 Fourth ave. an654
TO LET-NO. S7 CENTER AVE.. HOUSE OF
10 rooms: all modern Improvements: nice
netghborood; rent, $33 per month. GEO. JOHNS
TON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave. auS-54
TO LET-NO. 177 THIRD AVE.. HOUSE OF
11 rooms: all modern Improvements; centrally
located for flrst-class boarding. GEO. JOHNS
TON, Agent, 62 Fourth arc auS-54
TO LET-NO. 955 PENN ST.. HOUSE OF 11
rooms: all modern Improvemeats: very de
sirable location for furnished rooms or boarding.
GEO. JOHNSTON. Agent, 62 Fourth ave.
TO LET A FURNISHED HOUSE: RENT
very low: carpels and furniture throughout
the wbolehouse.or will sell at a very low rate, and
good will; all the rooms are occupied: possession
given at once If required; Is In a very central part
of tbe city. Address K. N Dispatch office. au7-7
TO LET-NO. 38 ESPLANADE ST.. ALLE
GHENY. hou.eof 8 rooms. GEO. JOHNS
TON. Agent, G2 Fourth ave. au-54
TO LET-NO.105RIDGEAVE..ALLEGHENY, .
honse of H rooms: all moderu Improvements.
GEO, JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave
TO LET-NEW SIX ROOM FRAME HOUSE,
Second ward, Allegheny, $18: also new three
rooms, $9. W.W. MCNEILL i BRO., 105 Fourth,
TO LETT-ONLY $27 PER MO.. NO. 123 MON
TEREY St.. Second ward, Allegbenv 8
rooms: late Improvements. W. A. UtutRoN A
SONS. 80 Fourth ave. au7-8-wThs
TO LET-AT INGRAM. 15 MINUTES FROM
station, house ot 7 rooms, with 10 acres or
5 round: fruit In abundance: low rent. GEO.
OHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave. an5-54
IO LET-ROOMS AT 62 FOURTH AVE. GEO.
JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 jrourtn ave. aus-a
TO LET FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH
kitchen, separate Ice box. ice furnished,
washing done, sewing machines, folding beds,
etc ; $3 75 to $4 50. 41 LOGAN ST, near Wylle
Offices. Desk Room. fcc
rpO LET-DESK ROOM IN VERY DESIRABLE
I office: central location; suitable for business
or profession; rent $200 annuaUy. Address
BEAVER, Dispatch office. an7-43
rpO LEI' WELL LIGHTED OFFICE. NEWLY
X. painted: elevator. Janitor service and al
modern conveniences. Apply to GERMAN IA
SAVINGS BANK, 423 Wood street. e23-6S-D
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two of the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be founa in the
city; rent, $200and C"X per annum, including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam beating.
Apply between 10 A. M. and 1 r. If., or between
2and4r. M. Jr3-7
TO LET PENN BUILDING. PENN AVE.,
near Seventh St., offices single or en suite.
In this elegant 8-story building: 2 Crane elevators,
heat and Janitor services; rents exceptionally
low; floor plans at our office; we have also de
sirable offices In other good buildings. SAMUEL
W. BLACK CO . 99 Fourth ave. Je29-32-D
TO LET-ON FOURTH A VENUE-TWO .NEW
buildings Just completed; fine storerooms;
also rooms on second, third and fourth floors,
suitable for offices or light housekeeping. Apply
T. DALY & SON. 43 Fourth avenue. au7-59
TO LET-ART GALLERY IN PEOPLE'a
Bank Building. McKeesport. Pa., Mr. Mo
meyer the former tenant having dled;an excellent
opportunity is hereby presented to a good artist;
i or further particulars call on JAMES. L. DE
.ONG, Real Estate Agt., in the Bank Building.
JENNINGS fc WILSON, Bakewell Law
IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS NO.
2 of Allegheny county. No. 3SS. October
term, 1S88. Commonwealth ex. reL vs. Isabella
W. C. Comln-o. Notice Is hereby given that
tbe first and final account of Isaac Craifr, Jr.,
committee of the said Mrs.L W. C. Comlngo.
bas been filed in said court, and that said ac
count will be allowed by said conrt on the 31st
day of August, 1SS9. unless cause be shown to
the contrary. au6-30-w
Every Afternoon and Night, "Week oX
THE MONEY LENDER.
The suit of
M. E. Weaver against John Cnrran
for license by bailee withdrawn.
TWO CHOICE SCHOOLS.
BROOKE UALU for girls and yonng ladles.
SHORTLIDGE MEDIA ACADEMY, forbovsand
young men. S WITHIN C. SHORTLIDGE, 'A. M.
(Harvard Graduate), Media, Pa. (near Philadel
ELOCUTION MUSIC LITERATURE.
Mrs. Lizzie Pershing Anderson's School,
64 Union avenue, Allegheny. French and Ger
man, Drawing and Painting, English studies.
Fall term opens September 10, 1SS9. Send for
HQLY GHOST COLLEGE
Complete preparatory, commercial and
colleglato departments, reopens WEDNES
DAY. SEPTEMBERS; new students examined
Monday, September 2. Apply to Rev. John
T. MURPHY, C. 8. Sp President. jylT-S
BISHOP BOWMAN INSTITUTE-A COL
LEGIATE school for yonng ladies, cor
ner Penn ave. and Fourth street, Pittsburg.
The next session begins Wed., Sept. 1L Send
for register giving full information. Address
the rector, REV. R. J. COSTER, A. M.
CHELTENHAM ACADEMY. OGONTZ,
Fa. Unexcelled location and surround
ings. New school equipment. Gymnasium,
military drill, etc Thorough preparation for
college or scientific school. For circular, etc
address JNO. CALVIN RICE, A. M Principal,
NEW YORK MILITARY ACADEMY.
Cornwall-on-Hudson. Courses of study In
civil engineering, English and classics. Labor
atory, drawing room and field work. Beautiful
Duildings. grounds, location. COL. C J.
WRIGHT, B. S A. M.. faupt; BELDEN F.
HYATT. Comd't of Cadets. -elO-U
TiENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD
JT EMY. Chester. Pa. Tv. enty-eigbth year
opens September 18. A MUJTARY COL
LEGE. Civil Engineering, Chemistry, Archi
tecture, Arts. Thoroughly organized, prepara
tory courses. Circulars of Mr.F. G.PAUL
SON, l Wood st, city. CoL CHAS. E.
HYATT. President. jylO-52 ws
MOUNTAIN SEMINARY. BIRMING
HAM. Pa. A thorough school for young
ladles. SJyrJtion noted lor health. Homo
coinforu-jg year. Grounds, 100 acres. Three
coursegsvrddy. Prepares for college. Send
for illus.rated catalogue. A. R. GRIER, Busi
ness Mn'cr. MISS N. J. DAVIS, PrincipaL
EuSewortli Boar.inL anl Day School
For girls, 122 West Franklin street, Baltimore,
ML. Mrs. H. P. LEFEBVRE, principal. This
school will reopen on Thursday, the 19th of
September. The course of Instruction em
braces all the studies included in a thorough;
English education, and tbe French and Ger
man languages are practically taught.
ElITTSBURG FEMALE COLLEGE-FULL
and special courses of stndv In Literature
nguage. Natural Science, Music, Art and
Elocution. Unsurpassed home comforts and
care. Buildings large; facilities ample. Health
ratio not surpassed anywhere. Locatiotrcen
tral; Eighth street, near Penn avenne. Tuition
and boarding very reasonable. Next season
opens September 10. For catalogue and full
information send to
PRESIDENT A. H. NORCROSS, D. D
JylO-23-wa Pittsbnrg. Pa
Notice To Navigators.
During tbe reconstruction of tho channel
span of the Ohio river bridge at SteubenvUle.
Ohio, which Is now in progress, parties navi
gating thejphio tirer will be required to pass
through the span next west of tbe channel span,
which has been dredged so as to afford a good
navigable water. White -lights will be dis
played Indicating the obstructed channel span,
and red lights will bo displayed indicating the
channel to be used.
M. J. BECKER.
Chief Engineer P., U. fc St. L. Ry. Co.
81 AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE.
Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-"-B
12SK THIRD AVE.. UPSTAIRS.
Gents' shoes soled and heeled in 13 minutes
for 75 cents.
Finest work in the city. mySJ-ll.trP
1 E. L1NKENHE1MER, ''
645 Smithfield street. Pittsbnrg, Pa, Frelhelai
Freund Building, second floor. mhai-SO-MWF '
"TJUNCAN C WHITE
71 Diamond street.
Second door above Smithfield,