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THE .P1TTSBTIRG- DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1889.
A CELESTIAL CEMENT
Is Necessary, Say Economites, to
Make a Socialistic House.
SO HEAL TICKETS OR CHECKS
Issued to Members, "but All Who Can Work,
Must, or Be Cast Oat.
PARALLEL WITE BELLAMTS DAI DEEA1I
Venerable Jacob Henrici never enter
tained Edward Bellamy at his quaint, vine
clad mansion in Economy. Yet anv Pitts
burger who reads Bellamy's "looking
Backward" involuntarily asks himself the
question, "I it possible the famous author
could have stolen some ideas from the
Beaver county Economites for his marvel
ous day dream?" The book is all the race
now. It describes the sensations of a Bos
ton man who is supposed to lie in a trance
from 1887 to 2000 A. D., and is generally
accepted as unique in the plan proposed for
the distribution of the world's wealth among
all, requiring each to do bis best for the
public weal and giving the hedger and
ditcher equal rank, if be does the best hea
can, with great genius. Most Pittsburgers
would tell Bellamy that there is really no
difference between the methods of the Econo
mites and that pictured in the ideal republic
of A. D. 2000, except that each proposes to
reach the same goal impelled bv different
motives one celestial and the other terres
tial. WHAT THEY THINK OF IT.
To ascertain what the Economites them
selves thought about it a Dispatch re
porter went down to their village yesterday,
where the odd 150 families working for the
old members live in trne communistic style.
Mr. Bellamy draws a picture of a state of
society where, alter the world has become
disgusted with selfishness and tyranny, the
ideal state is produced by the various agen
cies that now oppress and enslave the masses
for the benefit ot the few, monopolies, trade
combines, labor combines, etc., making the
evil .ure itselt like an eruptive disease, by
giving it free vent. The author's argument
in favor ot equal pay for all kinds of
labor is that we do not reward the horse for
drawing a burden ten times that of a goat,
but whip him if he does not. Each is ex
pected to do all he can, and if the duty is
honestly performed they are entitled to
equal credit. Trie idea sought to be con
veyed is that in the parable ot the man who
hired people to work in his vineyard, or
something approaching it. The reward of
merit is to be sought in the higher grade of
employment furnished to competency and
honor'the preferment. "Where want is un
known and ambition can be satisfied with
out putting the buVden thereof on toilers and
in a societv where it is not necessary to
"tread through slaughter to a throne," to
win the applause ot an unthinking multi
tude, of course motives that at present
impel will have no force. Were there
NEITHER GLORY NOR HONOR
in prize fighting there would be no prize
fighters. The same spirit which now impels
men to risk life in the defense of their coun
try would impel them to labor lor the com
imon weal in the coal mine or elsewhere
were all useful employment equally hon
ored. The author, supposing he lives in the
year 2000, he tells how all citizens are
armed at the beginning of each year with
credit cards, similar tp meal tickets now
given by some restaurant keepers, and as
tbey receive groceries and drvgoods at the
one common storehouse for all communistic
Boston, a number on the card, representing
value, is punched out They then hare no
such thing as money. All employes being
part owners of the Industries are paid in sup
plies from this common storehouse.
The material portions of Mr. Bellamy's
plan were read to Messrs. Ernest "Wolffle
and Jonathan Lenz, prominent members of
the society, and they were asked how it cor
responded with theirs, which has certainly
been a financial success, though the mem
bership has nearly died out. They shook
their heads incredulously, and said the ideal
republic could not be made work.
SO CREDIT SYSTEM.
Said Mr. "Wolffle: "We have no credit
system in our dealings with each other.
Each gets what is necessary for his comfort,
so much cider, sugar, food generally and
clothing, but no allowances are made for
superfluities or recreation of any
iina not enjoyea ty all. we give
to each according to his neces
ities and regard each other as equal mem
bers of a family. Those who work hard get
more than those who do not. as the necessi
ties of the former are greater than those of
the latter. We have had trouble with
shirks. We have had men who did not try
to do their duty, and we have always some
i who insist ou working harder than they
should, so hard that they are unable to
properly attend to their spiritual wants.
Sonie work so hard that they are unfit for
spiritual meditation and improvement,
wort so hard that they cannot sleep with
comfort. "While they are good members, we
had rather they did less for material and
more for spiritual benefit. There are no
tasks set We expect a person's conscience
, to be his monitor and keep him up to his
duty. When a man shews that there is no
possibility of inducing him eventually to
do his duty, we expel him. There is no
doubt that the world could be
RULED BY OUR SYSTEM
as comfortable as is Economy, but not
under any system not based on Christianity.
"We expect Christ to come at any time, and
our endeavor is to prepare for His coming
and to prepare the world therefor, as far as
our ability extends. There is no fund for
anyone to use for travel or pleasure in our
treasury, though we pay the way of anyone
who may travel for the benefit of the
society. "We find means in abundance to
subsist all, whether they work or not, bat
they must work if they are able. "We are
simply a family, and each is concerned for
the welfare of the remainder.
Mr. Jonathan Lenz held the same views,
and said no society proposed by the author
above quoted could succeed. He holds that
celestial cement, not terrestrial, is necessarv
to hold humanity together lor its good. He
thinks man is naturally too selfish to spend
himself for his fellows unless guided by
counsel from on high.
There was a third gentleman pointed out
by an employe of the society as a good man
to talk to, but he seemed to think the theme
unprofitable, considered in a material as
pect He, too, held that all socialistic
schemes, based merely on temporal nrofit.
were abortive. This gentleman's conversa
tion was interesting, but he would not tell
his name, and rather intimated that he
thought the reporter prompted more by idle
curiosity than from better motives. Said
he: "Our knowledge of each other is too
incomplete to allow me to discuss the sub
ject with you or give you my name."
Pi.att's Chlorides as a disinfectant is rec
sommended as just what every family needs
First Place Snrr.
If the Allegheny Baseball Club gets sixth
place it will be doing well, but Marvin's
cakes and crackers would consider them
selves disgraced if they got as low as second
place in the list of good things. They are
unrivaled and unsurpassed. Try them.
EXCURSION rates to Valley Camp Fri
day, August 16. New England supper and
fair. Tram leaves the Camp for city at 10
r. M. Tickets good to return Saturday.
TJflE "Una" flour finest spring patent in
the world. "Golden AVeddlng" the best of
bread flours. "Duquesne" has no equal as
a. pastry flour. Horning's "Ivory," gem of
alf family flours.
Summer drink, with hot or cold water
Fred. Brown's Ginger, the genuine. Phila.
HASH AT THE JAIL
A Brand-NeTTltlenu That Attracts the Tramp
Fraternity Phtaburg'a Prosperity SHU
The vagrant fraternity has passed word
along the line from Maine to Texas that
the Allegheny County Jail, is no longer a
bread-and-water institution. So perfect are
the means of transmission of news among
the members of the great army of tramps,
that the heart of every nomad is booming
with joy. Heretofore the jail has been ta
booed by the tramps on account of the
slender sustenance in "Warden Berlin's
bread and water. Hereafter the tramplsh,
scampish army who toil not, neither do they
spin, will not take it as a personal affront
when remanded to the jail for 5,10 or 30
days, as the case may be. t
"Hash" has .caused the change; not your
vulgar boarding house hash, composed of
uneaten scraps of meat and vegetables,
made homogeneous by choice selections from
the tresses of the kitchen maiden and fried
in butter strong enough to walk, but a
toothsome, succulent article, compounded
according to accepted formulas, under the
immediate supervision of "Warden Berlin.
That official takes a legitimate pride in the
quality of the hash.
Last Thursday the prisoners all had a
chance to gloat over the hash for the first
time. The day before 60 pounds of lean
meat was boiled and stored in a refrigerator
over night Then came aburly white-aproned
cook with a peck of 40-rod onions, three
bushels of potatoes, and a monster wooden
bowl, and chopper which looked like
Bicbardthe Bion-hearted's meat ax, with
which he chopped down Jerusalem's gates.
All the above ingredients except the cook,
the ax and the bowl entered into, the hash.
Then about a pint was served out to each
prisoner. Nothing remained except the
odor of onions. The hash had made a hit
"Warden Berlin says he chose hash because
of its universal popularity, and the smack
ing of prisoner's lips attested his success in
tickling the palates of his charges.' So hash
will be Thursday's menu hereafter.
Coffee, to be served each day, has been de
cided upon as another delicacy. So soon as
Mayor McCallin and Judge Slagle, the ab
sent members of the Quarterly Committee
of the Prison Board, return from their va
cation, steps will be taken to inaugurate the
coffee era. Meanwhile the "prisoners con
tent themselves with hash.
THE FATHER ACQUITTED.
The Jury Say that Helen liel Died From
Magistrate Gripp yesterday investigated
as to the cause of death of Helen Isel, who,
it was supposed, died of violent treatment
Mrs. Bertha Isel, mother of the girl, was
first examined, but no sensible answer could
be gotten from her. Herman Isel said his
sister had been sick previous to her death.
She had complained to him that her father
had mercilessly kicked her in the side. The
medicines used were procured from a man
Karl Vogel testified that the mother came
to him for some medicine and he gave her a
family medicine that he had been using for
the last 15 years, he advised, however, that
a doctor be sent for to examine the daughter's
Dr. McCandless, who held an autopsy,
said the girl's body showed no sign of vio
lence. Dr. Howarth concurred. Julius
Glassman said the girl told him her father
kicked her, and her stomach hurt terribly.
Christian Isel, the father, said he had not
abused his daughter for three months. The
jury's verdict was death from natural
THE SAME OLD ST0ET.
Sbellmen Working; Allqnlppa and One ot
Them la Nabbed,
The shellmen have been at work on the
beantiful grounds at Aliquippa, on the
Pittsburg and Bake Erie Railroad. Al
though the trick has been exposed time and
again, young men from the city hive been
taken in quite frequently, one of them to the
extent ot 30.
Saturday Detective O'Connor, of the Lake
Erie, onsted the rascals, but they returned
on Monday, so he swooped down ou them
and captured one, named Mullen. 'Squire
Irons, of Phillipsburg, committed him to
jail in default of (100. Mr. O'Connor
promises to pursue his warfare against
IT SCORES A T1CT0RY.
The Pleasant Valley Gala Control of Ninth
The Pleasant Valley Street Bailway Com
pany yesterday secured a controlling inter
est in the stock of the Ninth", street bridge.
This gives them absolute authority over a
connecting link between the two cities, and
they have thus secured a point against the
Pittsburg, Allegheny and Manchester Com
pany, who have hitherto been successful in
keeping them out of the bridge company. It
is said the Pleasant Valley Company paid
200,000 for the stock.
For Mlnerrn's Followers.
The Minerva Outing Club will hold a
select basket picnic at Oak Shade Grove on
the Pittsburg and "Western Bailroad to
morrow. The club is composed of a number
of well-known young ladies and gentlemen
of this city, and their day in the woods will
no doubt be an enjoyable one. Oak Shade
is situated in one of the loveliest little dells
on the line of the Pittsburg and "Western,
and the only thing necessary to an enjoyable
time is a sunny day. Stelzner's Orchestra
will make the woods resound with dance
and operatic music during the day.
Saya the Police Made a Mistake.
George McCaffrey, of Twenty-ninth and
Smallman streets, says 'the police made a
mistake in raiding his house Monday night.
The 17 men there were, fle says all mill
men, who had come there for sandwiches,
cigars, etc, such as could properly be pur
chased from his restaurant; but that he
can bring the whole neighborhood to testify
that he has kept an orderly place and sold
nothing worse than soft drinks.
A subpoena in divorce was issued yester
day in the case of Catharine E. Pinkerton
against James Pinkerton." It was stated by
Mrs. Pinkerton that she was married in
1863, and her husband deserted her in 1887.
Mrs. Julia Kummer sued for a divorce
from Joseph Kummer alleging desertion.
The New Elixir of Life Treatment.
Dr. Brers, successor to Drs. Logan &
Byers, No. 421 Penn avenue, has been
quietly investigating ana experimenting
with the new treatment proposed by Dr.
Brown-Sequard, of Paris, and has had suffi
cient success to warrant him in publicly
proclaiming his faith in its efficacy. He
has made arrangements to obtain a fresh
supply every morning, and those desiring
treatment should call as near 10 o'clock as
possible, as the elixir must be used as soon
as prepared. It seems to have the best effect
in old rheumatic, neuralgic and paralytic
affections and old affections of the joints
and muscles and in broken down conditions
of the system generally.
Dr. Byers' charges are as moderate as it is
possible to make them, and no cases are re
ported in the papers without the patient's
Imported Port. ,
1828 Imperial Oporto Port, full quaris.$3 00
1869 Mackenzie Port, full quart 2 60
Eine Cld "White Port, full quarts 2 00
London Dock Port, full quarts 2 oo
Burgundy Port, full quarts.-.,. l R)
Fine Old Spanish Port, full quarts.'... 1 00
For sale by G. "W. Schmidt, 95 and 97
Cabinet photos, 89p per, dog. Lies' Pop
ular Gallery, 10 And 12 Sixth st mwfsu
THE JUNKETING HOST
Thousands of Excursionists This Tear
in Excess of Others.
OSE ROAD'S 51,000 TO EOCK POINT.
How Some o'f the Fassenger Agents Com
ment and Explain.
PROSPERITY ETIDENTLY AT HIGH TIDE
It is the general opinion of railroad men
that the excursion business from Pittsburg
has never been greater than now. So vast
is this traffic that the passenger agents are
at a loss to account for it
Americans are essentially full of bustle
and activity, and it is, perhaps, only
natural that tbey should be keenly alive to
the necessity of relaxation; hence the popu
larity of excursions. To ascertain how ex
tensive this travel really is, calls were made
on the different passenger agents yesterday
by a Dispatch reporter, with the follow
ing interesting results:
A. E. Clarke, General Passenger Agent
ot the Pittsburg and Lake Erie Bailroad,
said: "Yen, our excursion business is very
satisfactory. "We are not carrying as many
fishing clubs and excursion parties in bulk
as last year; but even that is made up for in
our increased rates. On the other hand, our
tourist business is at least 15 per cent better
than it was last year. The excursions to
Aliquippa have, so far, not been up to our
expectations; but we expect them to be
BETTER DURING- AUGUST,.
"Chautauqua, Niagara Falls and the
lakes are our favorite resorts, and we car-,
ried 600 people to them on one excursion
last Saturday. On the whole, the excursion
traffic is up to our capacity."
Mr. Anderson, of the Allegheny Valley,
was inclined to think that the excursion
business was never better than now. "Our
general business," said he, "is from 10 to 15
per cent" better than in former years. Our
rates for fishing clubs are higher this year,
but other rates are about the same. I do
not think the large contributions made to
the Johnstown people have affected our
traffic in the least. I cannot account for the
large increase in our business, unless it is
owing to the general prosperity ot the peo
ple. The picnio business is, of course, the
chief source of our excursion revenue."
Mr. Bassett,ofthe Pittsburg and "West
ern Bailroad, would not say, offhand, how
much better their business was this year
than formerly. "You know," said he,"that
the National convention in Chicago was in
our favor last year; but still I think our re
ceipts are from 10 to 15 per cent better than
formerly. One noticeable feature of this
season is that there is no rate cutting what
ever. "We had to contend against an im
mense amount of rain early in the season,
and with the very cool nights we have had
lately, and still business is better than it
was before. It is wonderful, sir; wonderful!"
"Atlantic City is the favorite resort on our
line," said the General Passenger Agent of
the Pennsylvania Bailroad, "and we are
carrying great crowds there. "Why, we
have already carried more people there in
the three excursions this year than we did
in four during 1888. We are
to points along the Jersey coast "We have
had to contend with bad weather and ether
disagreeable features; but our business is
better, at least 50 per cent, than it ever was
The Fort "Wayne has its share of the ex
cursion patronage. Said one of the officials
of that company: "We carry very few
through excursions, witb the exception of ,
tnoserto-cierejana; out we have 3,000 miles
of road, and, yon can easily understand,
quite a number of picnicking lines alone
the route. "We have already carried 51,000
people to Bock Point alone more than
were carried all last year and we expect
to run the number up to 65,000. Last year
the numerous campaign excursions aided
us, and, notwithstanding we have none of
them this year, and the numerous draw
backs we have had rain, cold weather, the
Johnstown disaster, etc. our business is
greatly in excess of what it was last year."
Quite an interesting talk was had with
E. D. Smith, Passenger Agent of the Balti
more & Ohio railroad. When approached
by the reporter, he said: ""We were talking
amongourselves of the great increase in our
excursion traffic, and one explained it by
saying our city was crowing, and trade was
booming with it There are other causes.
One is the general prosperity, and the
other the education of different people in
regard to the excursion business. Formerly
the wealthier classes would buy season tick
ets on the different roads; now they see that,
as there are parlor cars on our excursion
trains, they cannot be crowded on them,
and are buying the popular excursion
tickets much cheaper. The consequence is,
the traffic is growing. Atlantic City is our
favorite resort. Last year we carried 2,600
there; this year we will take, at the lowest
FOR MENTAL DEPRESSION
Use Ilorsford'a Add Phosphate.
Dr. L. C. S. Tnmer. Colfax. la., aavs: "I am
very much pleased with it in mental depression"
irom gastric trouDies."
Pittsburg College of Shorthand,
Corner Sixth and Liberty streets. Fully
three-fourths of all who undertake the study
of shorthand ate not 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 the 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. mws
TO ACCOMMODATE PITTSBURGERS.
ASIreplns; Car to Ron Locally Between
Pittsburg and Chicago on the Pennsyl
The Pennsylvania Limited, arriving from
New York at 730 P. M., Eastern time, now
carries from Pittsburg, to Chicago a Pull
man vestibule car, which has been placed in
service for the accommodation of travelers
between these cities. This car returns from
Chicago on the Pennsylvania Limited and
will be detached from the train in the Pitts
burg Union station.
84 75 TO NIAGARA FALLS AND RETURN
84 73. i
Tla Allegheny Valley R. R., Saturday An
sa st 17.
Train of Eastlake and Pullman palace
sleeping cars leaves Union station at 8:50 p.
M. (eastern standard time). Ticket good
for four days returning.
Pittsburg and Lake Erie Railroad Special
To Conneaut Lake on account of the en
campment and parade of the Select Knights,
August 14 and 19. Parties leaving Pitts
burg at 4:10 p. M. reach Conneaut Lake at
9:10 P. M. Parties leaving Pittsburg on
No. 6 at 8 A. M. central time, Thursday
morning, will arrive at Meadville in time
for parade. Bate $3 35 for the round trip.
The plan of Is tr laid out by the "Aspin
wall Land Co.," adjoining Sharpsburg, is
attracting the attention of buyers for homes,
as the prices are low, terms easy and the sit
uation for convenience unsurpassed. See
W. A. Herron & Boris, AgU., 80Fonrth ave.
Iron Cliy Beer
Is'the finest, purest summer beverage, in the
market. It Is wholesome, nutritions and
fine-flavored. Brewed only by Frauenheim
&YiIsack. .Telephone 1186.
ANOTHER FEMININE FOIBLE.
lUndameHattleDelafanta Charged With Be
ing a Gay, Soothsaying Deceiver How
Sbo Got Arrested.
. "We are told that Eve's curiosity got the
whole world into hot water; that Lot's
wife's curiosity was the cause of her being
turned into a pillar of salt, and history
ever since has been dotted with instances of
woman's, fatal propensity in this direction.
It isn't often that men go to a fortune teller
to have their fortune nnveiled, but it seems,
according to the story told, that some men
visited a show "for gents only," on Sixth
street and it is alleged that Madame Hattje
Delafanta told them what she found in
store for them for 52 each, and yesterday
Detective Demmel took the madame in on a
charge of fraud and fortune-telling. The
"museum" is running under a show li
cense from the city, but complaints were
made that a cage containing a big snake
and another containing a couple of monkeys
was the whole stock in trade.
One of the visitors wrote to Chief Brown
complaining of having been taken in. The
complainant stated that not satisfied-with
what he saw he went on a voyage of discov
ery to see if he could find "Paris by gas
light," and was met by a fat woman who in
vited him upstairs. Another man, alleged
to be a capper, joined the procession and
when they got upstairs the woman an
nounced herself as Madame Delafanta and
by means of a pack of cards lifted the veil
of the future, charging them $2 each there
for. The $2 were paid under protest, and
the man then adjured the complain
ant not to tell his experience.
The woman was arrested and committed
by Judge McKenna tor a hearing on Fri
day, but was subsequently released on $500
ball., George W. Donaldson is the reputed
proprietor of the museum and husband of
the fortune teller. It was stated that In
spector McAleese had some thoughts of
closing the place, as several people com
plainedof being duped, stating there was
nothing in it worth paying a dime to see,
but it was running last night.
AN ODD AMBULANCE.
One of Real Convenience and Comfort
Dnilt at Last.
An Allegheny firm has jus completed a
new ambulance for the Allegheny General
Hospital, which is as novel as it is hand
some. It is the first one of the kind ever
built in this country, being patterned some
what after one in Glasgow, Scotland.
The bed of the ambulance is only 19)4
inches from the ground. Bear steps are
thus dispensed with, and patients can be
handled more carefully. Several patients
can be placed in it at once. One stretcher
runs in on the bottom of the bed on a mini
ature track anil rests in rubber sockets;
another is swung from the roof. The most
advantageous feature about the swinging
stretcher is that it can be used as an op
erating table in cases of emergency.
The new ambulance will be pnt to use
ONE WAS UNCONSCIOUS.
A Brntal Ten Round Fight on
About midnight Monday two men fought
brutally on Bebecca street, Allegheny.
Seven toughs witnessed the struggle, and
cheered on the men, who were stripped to
Ten rounds were fought when one of
the men received an ugly blow behind the
ear. He was stunned, and while efforts
were being made to restore him to consci
ousness an alarm of "police" was spread,
and the crowd scattered. The men were
much battered about the face.
BAD "VISITORS TO BELLEYUE.
Thieves .and Incendiaries Molesting
Firo broke out in Bellevue late Monday
night and a stable,' two'buggies, two horses
and a barouche were burned, the loss being,
estimated at $2,000. The property was'
owned by W.illiatn-Jenkinson. It is sup
posed the fire was incendiary. Bellevue
has lately been visited by a gang of thieves,
and a number of robberies have taken place.
Mr. Jenkinson's house was broken into a
few days ago, and a watch and several other
articles of value were stolen.
THE LABOR LEADER'S SHAFT.
The Thomaa Armstrong Monument
Very Soon be Erected.
The T. A. Armstrong Monument Com
mittee will hold a meeting this afternoon,
the hear the report of all special committees,
and act thereon. A. E. "Windsor & Co., of
this city, have alreadtsecured the contract
for the monnment at $3,500, and have agreed
to complete it this fall.
The Allechenv narks will thru be still
further beautified, as they have been selected
as the site, xne donations have almost
reached the required amount.
ANOTHER $25,000 RESIDENCE.
Forbes Street to be Beautified by One of
Brick and Stone.
Harry Brown yesterday took a building
permit for the erection of a $25,000 brick
and stone residence on Forbes street, be
tween Murray avenue 'and "Wightman
street, Twenty-second ward. The building
is to be two-story and mansard, 50 feet front
by 67 deep and of handsome and substantial
design. Cochran & Davis, of Allegheny,
are the builders and Schherbach, of the
East End, architect.
Entitled to tbo Best.
All are entitled to the best that their money
will buy, so every family should have, at once,
a bottle ot the best family remedy, Syrup of
Figs, to cleanse the system when costive or
bilious. For sale in 50c and f LOO bottles by all
XXX, 1855, P,ure Bye "Whisky, full
quarts $2 00
I860. McKim's Pur Eye "Whisky,
full quarts 3 00
.monogram, pure Rye Whisky, full
Extra Old Cabinet, PureEye "Whisky,
via vsaDiuei, rureitye Whisky,
quarts 1 m
rcihe.n0 1Q7Q Vn tM TITl.t.l. J ,1
quarts ":i 2 00
Gibson's Pure Bye "Whisky, full
quarts , i so
Guckenheimer Pure Bye "Whisky, full
quarts , l 00
Guckenheimer Ezport,Pure Bye "Whis
ky, full quarts, i 50
Moss Export, Pure Bye "Whisky, full
quarts 1 25
1879 Export, Pure Bye "Whisky, full
quarts 1 25
1880 Export, Pure Bye "Whisky, full.
quarts 1 00
For sale by G. "W. Schmidt, Kos. 95 and
97 Fifth ave.
EXCURSION VIA TUE B. Si O. R. B,
To Atlantic City,
To-morrow, Aug. 15. Bate, $10 for the round
trip; tickets good for 10 days; good to stop
at Washington City returning." Trains will
leave depot at 8 A. M. and 920 p. m.
Secure your parlor and sleeping car accom
modations at once.
A Dainty Bllel
Marvin's royal fruit biscuits are real deli
cacies. If you contemplate giving a little
luncheon, or going to a picnio you cannot
afford to be without them. twfsu
Patronize Home Industry
By drinking Frauenheim & Vil sack's Pitts
burg beer. It is a healthful and invigorat
ing beverage. Telephone 1186. 1
The highest price paid for ladies audi
gentlemen's cast off clothing. Be Haan'i7
Big 6, "Wylle ave. -D78n j
Cabinet photos, 89o per doz. Lies' Pop
niar uauery, iv ana is Bixta st. wrrs
Milk 8hake Blarttn to Appear on Two Oppo-
site Cases To-Day.
At Alderman Brinker's hearing of Milk
shake Martin, Messrs. Baercher and Quinn
yesterday, who were charged with violating
the Sunday laws, A. C. Kaercher contended
that the same suit was pending at Alderman
Tatem's. The alderman, however, stated
that the information was made at his office
previous to Alderman Tatem's. Kaercher
was fined $25 and costs.
John" A. Martin's case was next called
and Captain "Wishart made a lengthy state
ment. "When Martin rose to speak the
Captain objected, and asked that the hear
ing be postponed until to-dav between 7 and
8 o'clock. Martin .objected, as he had a
.case at the same time against Hesser, Young
and Mark Wishart before Alderman Mc
Nultjr, charging them with practicing as
detectives without license. Alderman
Brinker postponed the hearing until to-day
between 6 and 7.
(Juinn, of the Casino stand, was fined.
A GAS COHPANT SELLS -OUT.
The Broad Ripple Natural Plant, Indlnnnp
olls, Is Bonght.
The Broad Bipple Natural Gas Company,
of Indianapolis, has sold out to a syndicate,
by order of Indiana courts. The company
failed sometime ago, and the syndicate that
purchased the plant was composed of the
largest creditors. The corporation is one of
the most important in Indianapolis, its capi
tal stock being $400,000.
The purchasers secured the plant for 510,
000, subject to a mortgage ot $125,000. The
syndicate members are Knight & Jillson, J.
C. McElwaine & Co., of Indianapolis; the
Oil Well Supply Company, of Pittsburg;
Wellington Smith, the Hercules Torpedo
Company, the Meridian National Bank and
the American Tube and Iron Company, the
latter also of this city.
CONSTABLE KING'S DENIAL.
Nothing to Do With Butterhefl", Finan
cially or Otherwise.
Constable F. M. King, of the. Thirtieth
ward, called at this office yesterday to deny
the statement made by Lowry J. Bender in
his testimony about the constable before
Magistrate Hyndman Monday afternoon.
Constable King says he not only did not
arrest Buttorhoff, but that neither 'Squire
Doughty nor anybody else ever gave nim.
a cent in connection with that case. He
also denies saying that he wanted to make
any money out o'f the case; neither did he
go to the saloon with the gang.
Furthermore, in this connection, Bender
yesterday wrote the following at the Jail:
PrrrsBUBG, August 13.
I did not say at the hearing that Constable
King got $3 from me to settle the Butterhoff
case; nor did he see me paying any money to
any one. L. J. Bzxdxr.
Weak stomach.Beecham'sPills act like magic
Pears' Soap seenres a Beautiful complexion.
PTXTSBVBQ. Pa, August 6, 1889.
"VTOXICE THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
Xi the stockholders ot 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 bnslness as may he
bronghrbefore them. JAMES K. VERNER,
-piOBEMONT CASTLE, A. O. K. M. C.
Sir Knights are requested to meet at
Castle Hall. 102 Fourth avenue, at 12.30
WEDNESDAY, 14th, to attend the funeral of
our late Sir K. P. C, Wm. Phillips. Sister
castles are respectfully invited to attend.
H. E. STEWART, S. K. C.
L. F. CONNER. A. R. & aul3-68
B3IDGE NOTICE U. 8. ENGINEER OF
1FICE, Louisville, Ky., August 10, 1689.
1, Board of Engineers on the Louisville
brifce will meet in public session at Major A.
Bticxney's office, Louisville, Ky.,ou8eptember
12,1889, at 11 A. M.. local time, to hear argu
ments for or against the plan and location ot
the bridge proposed by the Louisville and Jel
fersonville Bridge Co. C. B. C0M8T0CK,
Colonel of Engineers, President of the Board.
Pittsburg. August 9, 1889.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
assessment lor the grading and navlng of
Natrona alley, from Fifty-second street to Mc
iCandless avenue, is now ready for examination
and correction, and will remain In this office
for ten (10) days,after which it will be returned
to the City Treasurer for collection.
E. M. BIQELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at the office of the City Con
troller until Friday, August 16, 1889, at 2 o'clock
p. M.. for the erection of a police station In
the Thirty-sixth ward. Plans and specifications
can be seen at the office of the Superintendent
ot the Bureau of Police. Bonds in double the
amount of bids will be required, said bonds to
be probated before the Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department ot Awards reserves the right
to reject any or all bids. J. O. BROWN,
Chief of the Department of Public Safety.
TWO CHOICE SCHOOLS.
BROOEK HALU for cirls and yoncg ladles.
SHOKTUDUE MEDIA ACADEMY, for boys and
Tonus; men. 8WITHIN a SUOBTL1DQE, A. M.
(Bsrrsrd Graduate), Media, Pa. (near Philadel
-PILOCUTION MUSIC LITERATURE.
Ill Mrs. Lizzie Pershing Andecson's School,
Bunion avenne, Allegheny. French and Ger
man, Drawing and Painting, English studies.
Fall term opens September 10, 1889. Send for
HOLY GHOST COLLEGE
Complete preparatory, commercial and
collegiate departments, reopens WEDNES
DAY; SEPTEMBER 4; new students examined
Monday, September 2. Apply to Rev. Jorur
T. Murphy, C. S. Sp., President. j J17-2S
BISHOP B6WMAN INSTITCTE-A COL
XLEGIATE school for young 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.
OHELTENHAM ACADEMY, OGONTZ,
Pa. Unexcelled location and surronnd
incs. New school equipment. Gymnasium,
military drill, etc. Thorough preparation for
college or scientific school. For circular, eta,
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., Snpu; BELDJSN F.
HYATT. Comd't of Cadets. jelO-U
"VfOUNTAIN SEMINARY, BIBMING
1VJ. HAM, Pa. A thorough school for young
ladies. Situation noted for health. Home
comforts. 33d year. Grounds, 100 acres. Three
courses of study. Prepares for college. Send
lor illustrated catalogue. A R. GRIER,' Busi
ness Mn'sr. MISS N. J. DAVIS, Principal.
FNNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD
EMY, Chester? Pa. Twenty-elehth year
opens September 18. A MILITARY COL
LEGE. Civil Engineering, Chemistry, Archi
tecture. Arts. Thoroughly organized, prenara
tory courses. Circulars of Mr. F.G.PAUL
SON, 441 Wood St., City. CoL CHAS. E.
HYATT. President. Jyl52-wa
Efeewortb Boarflins - an! Day School
For girls, 122 West Franklin street, Baltimore,
Md.. Mrs. H. P. LEFEBVRE. principal. This
school will reopen on Thnrsday. the 19th of
September. The course of instruction em
braces all the studies Included in a thorough
English education, and the French and Ger
man languages are practically taught -Jy30W8
-pITT8BURG FEMALE COLLEGE FULL
J" and special courses of studv in Literature.
Language, Natural Science, Music, Art and
Elocution. Unsurpassed home comforts and
care. Buildings large: facilities ample. Health
ratio not surpassed anywhere. Location cen
tral; Eighth street, near Penn avenue. Tuition
and boarding very reasonable. Next, season
opens September 10. For catalogue and lull
information send to
PRESIDENT A H. N0BCR0S8, D. D
jylO-23-wg " Pittsburg; Pa.
i E. LINKENHE1MER,
(43 Smitnfield street, Pittsburg, Pa. -Frelhetta
Freund Building, seooad floor. saha-8fcannr
M3"DUpla a&vertUcmeittM one dollar psr
square or one insert fork Claaifleit advertise
ment on this page tuch as Wanted, tor Sale,
To Let, etc,, ten cents per line tor each inser
tion, and none taken or less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBUR6 DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch .Offices have .been'
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morningrr
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with Tux D1S
THOMAS MCCAFFEJ5T, ifc.9 Butler street.
EMU, 6. HTUCKET, Ztth street and I'enn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY ACO., Wylle ave. and Pnltoast.
N. STUKELY. Fifth Avenue Slarket House.
J. TV. WALLACE, tlzl Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER A SHEIBLKR.Sthav. ft AtwoodsU
JACOB SPOHN. Ko. SCarson'street.
H. A. DON ALDSON. 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAEBCHEU, 9 Federal street.
H. 3. McBRIUE. Federal and Ohio streets.
FBED H. EGGEKS. R2 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS ft SON. Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENBY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PEKRY M. QLKIM. Kebecea and Allegheny aves.
XTTANTED-STAIR BUILDER. INQUIRE
VV WM. BOYl, Penn ave. andThlrdst:. city.
WANTED-S lTUtST-CLASS HORSESHOEKS.
Inquire S. MCDONALD, 6011 Ellsworth
are., E. E. auis-lt
VV sober. Industrious boiler makers. REEVES
BROS., Mies, O. an 11-62
-TTT-ANTED-STENOGKAPHER Amy TYPE
YV WRITER; rentleman preferred. Address
J. P., Dispatch office. anl4-3t
WANTED-A TEACHER OF INSTRUMENT
AL music- Address stating- terms, BOX
39, Pittsburg post Office. an 14-13
WANTED-BARBERS AT THE ORIGINAL
and old tellable barbers supply house, SO
DIAMOitD ST., Pittsburg. auS-(-8.,lz,14,l8
WANTED-MAN TO DHIVE.AND TAKE
careof frarden; must be well recommended.
Apply at 627 LIBERTY STREET. auH-U
TJITA-NTED-GOOD BARBER-WAGES, S3 TO
VV t7per week, with washing and board. H.
8TOBMFELS, TliFlrth ave or 101 TusUn st.
WAN1ED-THREE OR FOUR GOOD STONE
CUTTERS Immediately. Inquire of
WADE, at the Dispatch office, for information.
WANTED A TIRST-CLASS BARBER IM
MEDIATELY: llrst-class wages will be
paid, atGEOROEFLENE'S, 612 Markets!., JHc
Xeesport, Pa. an 14-37
ANTE D DRIVER .FOR GROCERY
waffon: one who can talk German and has
s ome knowledge of the bUBtness preferred. Ap
ply sis hjua v ia a. v ji... .Aiiegncny. suis-u
WANTED AXLE HAMMERMEN FOUR
nrst-class workmen can find Immediate
employment by applying, with reference, to
KOBT. H.BOLE, Boom 309, Penn Building. auM-2
WA.NTED-SMART YOUNG MAN 18 TO IS
years old lor offlce; must be good rapid pen
man, speak English and German and have refer
ences. Address LUMBERMAN, Dispatch office.
-TTTANTED-A YOCNG MAN, BETWEEN IS
TV and is years old, to assist In a grocery
store: rererenee required. Apply uok.msk 01
MAIN AMD WILLIAM STS., Sixteenth ward,
TTTA.N TED-ONE BLACKSMITH HELPER
V and one-carriage trimmer: a man who has
experience on harness making preferred. Call or
address A. W. SMITH, Csrrfags and Harness
Mf"r., McKecsport, Pa. au 14-05
WANTED FOR THE UNITED STATES
army, able-bodied, unmarried men, between
the ages of 21 and S3 years: good pay, rations,
GioiuiDgnnu nieuicai auenaance. Apply at xtx
916 PENN AVENUE, Pittsburg, Pa.
WA.NTED-AGENTS-THE AMERICAN AND
Canadian Peoples Lawyer, The Business
Man's Typewriter; a book and machine that sells
ai sight: large profits; good territory. INTER
NATIONAL PUB. CO., Turlington, Vermont.
WANTED-AGENTS TO SOLICIT ORDERS
for our celebrated oil portraits; the finest
made; no experience required; beginners earn
SSOaweek; 82 outfit rree; send for full particulars:
a rare chance. SAFJTORD ADAMS ft CO., 48
Bond St., N ew York. aulO-31-D
TTTANTED MAN-TO TAKE AGENCY OF
VV our safes; size 28x18x18 Inches: weight sod
lbs. : retail price 35; other sizes In proportion : rare
chance to create permanent busiaess at home;
these safes meet demand never before supplied by
otbersafe companies, as we are not governed by
the Safe Pool. ALP1NESAFE CO., Cincinnati. O.
-TITANTED COMPETENT MAN HO IS
VV 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, Has. auS-43
WANTED AGENTS TO BEE THE "PAR
NELL MOVEMENT;" the greatest political
movement of modem times, with a history of
Irish parties from 1843, containing a full account of
the great trial Instigated by the Loudon "Times. "
and giving a complete history of tbe home rule
struggle from Its inception to the suicide of
Plgott, ty Thomas Power O'Connor, member of
jraruameni: une steet portraits or tne great
leaders. Apply at once to P. J. FLEMING. 77
tlTANTED-AN EXPERIENCED LAUNDRY
Y girl at 31-33 DIAMOND SQUARE, city.
-TT7-ANTED-GIHL FOB GENERAL BOUSE
YY WORK; must be A No. 1 and have best
reference; fair wages. Address HOFFNER, COS
Liberty st. aul4-3
Male and Pcmale flelo.
YTTANTED-BOOKHEEPER. EH HER MALE
VV or female, to take charge or small set of
books, and cashier. Address in own handwriting,
and stating salary wanted, GROCER, Allegheny,
-TbTANTEO-1 ONCE-8 CARPENTERS, 10
VV farm hands, yard man, 2 colored men, 60
cooks. 10 chambermaids, dishwashers and laun
dress, housekeeper, seamstress. MEEHAN'S
AGENCY, 54S Grant St. aul2-D
WANTED -83 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 free: we mean Juit what we say. Address at
once STANDARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston,
Wanted-situation by a young
lady as stenographer and typewriter: best
reference. Add res BOX 357, Braddock. aal4-ll
WANTED SITUATION BY A DRUG
clerk: 13 years' experience: best of refer
ences; speaks some German. Address DRUG
GIST, care 107 First ave., -city. aul3-83
-TTT-ANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PBOP-
W ERTY. over 84,000; 4 ner cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER A CO.. 82 Fourth avenue.
-rTTA N T E D-MOBTG AGES-LARGE AND
VV smaltamountson improved city property
at t per cent. W. A. HERRON A SONS. 80 Fourth
WANTED-JA PARTY WHO HAS 850.000 TO
loan at 4 per cent for, 5 or 10 years on good
first-class security; no brokers need apply. Ad
dress MONEY, Dispatch office. 1UI3-36
WANTED-MOUTGAOE3-S1. 000,000 TO LOAN
In large. and small amounts at 4H, Sand 8
per cent, free of State tax: no delay. REED B.
CO YLE ft CO.. 131 Fourth ave. myZl-60
-TTTANTED-TO LOAN 8500,000. IN AMOUNTS
VV or (3,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4i per cent, free of tax: also smaller
amounts at t and 8 per cent. BLACK ft BAIRD,
K Fourth avenue. se21-d2S-D
VV. We have money to loan In large or small
amounts on Plttsburr, Allegheny orsuburban lot-
S roved real estate. at lowest rates. ALEXAN DER
LEE, 313 Wood st, aulO-3-MWS
XfJANTED-MORTGAGES-tl, 000, 000TO LOAN
V V on city and suburban properties st 4tt, Sand
8 per cent, and on tarms in Allegheny and aaja-
cent counties at per cent.
1. u. riuiAuua s
bjjx, iw x ourta avenue.
WANTED-TO LOAN 8200,000 ON MORT
GAGES; 8100 and cpward at S per cent;
1500,000 at 4H per cent on residences or business
roperty: also In adjoining counties. S. H.
BENCH, 125 Fourth arenne" oc31-eS4-D
TTANTED-to START A, CLUB OF MEM
V V BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one In the club at 81 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX 801, and I.wlll calf and snow you the watch.
WANTED-BARBERS TO KNOW THAT THE
secret of our success Is thst we have tbe
most substantial and best uphotstereu chairs at1
astonishingly low prices: the fact that our chairs
and other goods are rottad In ..ninety-nine out of
every hundred shopr in this city and adjacent
towns Is sufficient evidence of our claim. KOSS
W. BLACK. 80 Diamond St., Pittsburg; the orig
inal Barbers1 Supylv Kouse.
TTTANTED-EVERYBODY TO SEND THEIR
VV furniture needing upholstering, repairing
and reflnlshlng tt HAUGH ft KEENAN, 33 and
34 Water st. 'Phone 1826. aull
WANTFD-CCSTOMERS FOB DIAMONDS,
gold and silver watches, marble clocks, sil
verware, etc., at 81 per week upward, at 130 Fed
eral st., Allegheny. J. M1TSCH. Jel5-MWTSn
WANTED-BY PEARhONJ'LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER, 84 Fifth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at 81 80 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous nrocess. mh!3-3
FOR 6ALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE FOR 82,200, ON EASY PAY
MENTS, good brick house 8 rooms, on Syca
more St., Thirty-fifth ward. Call or send ror full
Information W. A. HERRON ft SONS. SO Fourth
ave. . SU14-97-H, 13,19, H.24,27, 30
FOR SALE-2-STORY BRICK DWELLING IN
First ward wltn Immediate possession If de
sired: will sell with small cash payment and bal
ance payable In monthly payments If desired.
C. H. LOVE, 83 Fourth ave. au!4-18
FOR SALE-ONLY S3, 000-SEVERAL NO. 1
brick dwellings on Twenty-sixth st.. South
side, each containing six rooms and finished
attic, hall, vestibule, natural gas, 'good cellar,
etc.: very liberal terms; small cash payment, bal
ance as rent, snd only one square from proposed
cable line. BLACK ft BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE DESIRABLE WEST END RESI
DENCE In a good locality; brick house of 9
rooms, bath, laundry, inside w. c. slate mantels,
tile hearths, both gases .and replete throughout
with all modern Improvements: everything In
prime order: will sell at a bargain. Inquire of
W,H. HESKtBARTH, Real Estate Agent. 121
Wabash St., West'End. city. au87-HWTSu
East End Residence.
FOR SALE TWO SMALL HOUSES AND
lots at Sbsdyslde, near R. R. station and
cable cars: lot 36MH37 feet to an alley; price only
83,000. 'terms, etc, from JAS. W. DRAPE ft
CO., 129 Fourth ave. Pittsburg. aul3-55
FOR SALE-CALLVOU SEND FOR PLANS
and description of those fine new brick
houses on Forbes st. and Cottart square, Oakland:
tbe most complete and desirable houses In the
market for the money.; 9 to 13 rooms each. W. A.
HERRON ft SON 8, N o. 80 Fourth ave. au8-29-ws
FOKSALE A PRETTr, NEW QUEEN ANNE
house In tbe East End of 9 rooms, reception
hall, range, bath, laundry, complete In air re
spects; close to P. R. R. ; elegant lot 60x100; paved
street and well sewered: 81,000 down, balance
on time. BLACK ft BAIRD. 88 Fourth ave.
TTIOR SALE AT A GREAT BARGAIN. ON
A? account of removal of owner. 1 lot 98x160
feet, fronting Penn ave. and Butler street, near
the Lawrence-Bank, with large dwelling and out
buildings, known as tbe residence of William
Halnsworth. W. A. HERRON ft SON, 80 Fourth
ave. aulO-25-10, 11, 16,20
I7IOR SALE PARTIES LOOKING FOB
JU. houses cannot find a more desirable situation
than Oakland square: the greater number of the
durably built, handsomely finished new dwellings
erected there have been sold within tbe past sixty
days: asphalt pavements, natural and artificial
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. t&SOOand 86,700, on easy Unas.
Apply to C. H. CHANCE, on the premises.
lOR SALE-FEDERAL STREET. NEW ELEC
TRIC road extension, a beantlfuL larre.don-
ble frame dwelling: natural iras. cltv and soring
water, etc.: large lot well Improved, has fruit of
all kinds; will sell cheap. Call at 98 Fourth ave.
BLACK ft BAIRD. 2H-143 aul3-76
FOR. SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE-LEVEL AND DESIRABLE LOTS.
20x84 ft., on Hatfield ave., near Forty-seventh
st,; If sold at once only $600 each. Terms
easy. W. A. HERRON ft SONS, 10 Fourth axenne.
auH-98-lt, 18, 20, 24
FOKSALE-LOW-IN FIRST WARD, A LOT
with over 5,000 square feet, well suited for a
large warehouse or a light manufacturing site;
terms easy If desired. 0. 11. LOVE, 93 Fourth
East End Lota.
FOB SALE-PROPERTY ON UNIMPROVED
street, being advertised at 862 a foot front. 1
can offer you choice lots on wide streets, curbed,
sewered and wide flagstone sidewalks, from 840 to
850 a foot front: Investigate this. JNO. F. BAX
TER, Agent, 812 Sntlthfleld St. aull-70-WSSu
FOR SALE-CHEAP-A VERY DESIRABLE
lot. 21x110 feet, on Elrslan avenue (Point
Breeze); this lot Is In an excellent neighborhood:
well located, and handy to P. R. R. and cable,
and will sell for 8850 on easy terms: write for list.
.MELLON BROTHERS, 6349 Station St.. E. E.
, ABechcnT l,ota.
-TWR SALE THE CHEAPEST LOTS IN ALLE
GHENY, located on Nunnery Hill, easll
reached: call or send for plans; terms easy.
L. nfJtnuj sou. tv ourtn arenue.
anl4-99-14, IS, 17, 20,22, 24, 27, 28. 31
FOR SALE LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues snd Lombard street. Allegheny, in
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH MCN AUGHER, 43 N. Diamonds!.
FOR SALE LOTS ON THE HENOERSON
property. Nunnery H11U Allegheny, have
now taken a start, and are moving right along:
plans and prices at this offlce; weguarantee a good
title. A. LEGGATE ft SON, 31 FederaUt,. Alle
gheny. . aul3-78
FOR 8ALE-200 BUILDING LOTS, EAST ST.
extension, on the Watson plan; sale to com
mence on East St. at Watson coal shaft, Tuesday,
Aug. 20, at 2 o'clock P. M. Terms: 825 cash at sale,
bal. 88 per month. A. J. PENTECOST, Auc
tioneer. 413 Grant st. aulO-22-EOD
FOR SALE PERRYSVILLE AND DAISY
ave., near head of Charles St., Tenth ward,
Allegheny, at auction, Saturday, Aug. 17. at 2
o'clock r. v., Pentecost, Simpson ft Rarcorte
Ian, 4 desirable building lots; city water: elee
lc cars. A. J. PENTECOST, 413 Grant St.
FOR SALE ATTRACTIVE SALE, PERRYS
VILLE ave., on the Vatson place plan, com
mencing at the car house, rear Watson circle,
beautirul building sites 80x125 and 80x200: terms M
cash: bal. 1, 2, and 3 years, Monday. August 26. at
2 o'clocssr. M. A. J. PENTECOST, Auctioneer,
413 Grant at. an!3-74
FOR SALE-LOT'S AT HAZELWOOD AND
Glenwood, near the station; forest and
truit trees, graded streets, sidewalks, city water,
houses for sale on monthly payments If desired:
becond Ave. Electric Railway will pass In front of
these lots; B. ft O. Bailroad fare monthly tickets.
S cents per trie GEORGE C. BURGWIN. 150
Fourth ave. Jy24-12-Mwsu
FOB SALE-EAST JEANNETTE SPECIALTY
Glsss Co. plan a few good lots, 40x100: free
f:as; stores needed: 25 houses building: several
arge lactorles coming In. 314 HAMILTON
FIR SALE-BEAUTIirUL BUILDING SITE
at Edgewood. P. R. R , 100x200 feet: level and
within 2 mlnu'es' walk from station; reasonable
price and easy terms. BLACK ft BAIRD, 98
Fourth are. 3-A. aul3-78
FOR SALE-FARM 188 ACHES ONSHENAN-'
GO, near Sharon and Middlesex station: 2
railroads in sight; no better land for all purposes;
house, barn and other buildings; 845 per a., worth
870. ED. W iniSU.410 Grant St., Pittsburg, Pa.
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE A NEW ENTERPRISE WHICH
can be started In all towns. For full partic
ulars address E. L. MARTIN, Decatur. 1IL au9-40
FOR SALE A FIRST CLASS DRUGSTORE,
situated on SouthsldeC Pittsburg; good loca
tion. Address DRUGS, Dispatch offlce.
FOR SALE-A FIRST-CLASS BARBER SHOP,
with two chairs, doing a good business: no
opposition, good reason for seulng. Address
BARBER SHOP. Dispatch office.
FOR SALE-BOARDING HOUSE-GOOD LO
CATION, good business, furniture, good
will, etc. Further Information Inquire of ALLES
ft BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 187. aulO-92
TT'OR SALE-HOUSE FURNISHING ANDTIN
X? WARE store on a prominent business street,
having a good trade: good reasons for selling.
Call and sec BALTENSPEBGER ft WILLIAMS,
184 Fourth ave. aull-82-uw
FOR SALETINNING BUSINESS IN A
growing town of ten thousand Inhabitants;
good stand; paring business, for information
address GEORGE W. BURTON, Huntington. W.
Va. . aul3-33
FORSALE-ANINTERESTIN A WHOLESALE
mercantile business; old-established and profit
able, we know tbe firm and are familiar with tbe
business, and can vouch for the opportunity as a
rare one for an active man with 85,000 to 88.000 to.
Invest. Call upon or address ALEXANDER ft
LEE, 313 Wood street.
FOR SALE-DON'T LET THIS OPPORTUNITY
slip, buy now and make money: several very
choice cheap grocery stores, bakeries, drygoods
and notion stores, furnished house full of roomers,
rerr profitable large bakery and confectionery
business, cigar stores, feed store, milk depot,
restaurant and dining room, printing office,
shot-stores, etc ; will exchange good grocery store
In city for building lot. Free particulars. SUi.f
AHD ft CO.. 84 Fifth ave. au9
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Machinery ana Metals.
TTIOR SALE ENGINES AND BOILERS NEW
JD and refitted: repalrlnrpromptly attended to.
PORTER FOU NDRY ANDMACH1NECO.. LIM.,
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulo-29
FOR "BALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles kept In stock, from
4 to 1Mb. p.; all refitted: good as new, at lowest
rices; mounted portable engines, 8 to 28 h. p,
1-25 Park way. J , S. Y OU N G. ABegheny, Pa.
TTWR, SALE - HOISTING ENGINES, NEW
JU and second band; wire and manllla rope, der
rick and fittings, hoisting tubs and cars, day and
ore pans, engines, boilers and machinery
THOMAS CABLIN'D SONS, Lacocfc and Sandusky
sts,, Atlesheay; aat-17-Mwr
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Ilones. Vehicles). Live Stock, dee.
FOR SALE-FOR WANT OF USE-J MEDIUM
size mules. Apply at 227 SECOND AVE,
cor. Try st. au9-39-D
TWB SALE-CHEAP-1 TEAM MEDIUM-SIZED
S mules, spring wagon and harness suitable for
general expressing. Address BARKIS, Dispatch
FOR SALE-A FINE LOT OF YOUNG PAR
ROTS guaranteed to make talkers: price, 85
each; come soon to secure first choice. ESPICH'S,
840 Smlthfield street. aull-ZS-wsu
FOB SALE PAIR BAY GELDINGS IS
hands, 4 years old. show a 40 gait single, show
full mile In 2:50 or better to pole; sound and very
stylish: also gentleman's single roadster, shows a
2:40 gait. BALDWIN ft ELLS WOBTH, Washing
ton. Pa. anl4-t
TTIOR SALE-ORE CRUSHER AND PULVFR-
weight 9 tons: capacity
40,000 pounds dally. FARRELLY
Grindstone office. 59 Fourth ave. an 14-18
TO LET-NO. 1S8 BEDFORD AYE.. 8 BOOMS,
attic; late Improvements; rent low. W. A.
HERRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
TO LET-DESIRABLE ALLEGHENY BESI
DEN CES of 8 and 9 rooms at low rent; call or
send for list free. W. A. HERRON ft SONS. W
Fourth avenue. aul4-9-uwT
TO LET-NO. 8 LINDEN STREET, ALLE
GHENY Anew house of 7 rooms. In fine Or
der: late lmnrovements; 82s per mo. W. A. HER
RON ft SONS, 80 Fourth ave. aulI-72-MTT
Offices. Desk Room. tc
TO LET WELL LIGHTED OFFICE. NEWLY
painted: elevator, lanitor serrlee and al
modern conveniences. Apply to GEBMANIA,
SAVINGS BANK, 423 Wood street.
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING, 75. 77 and 79 Diamond street, two of the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be found In tho
city; rent, 8200 and 830O per annum. Including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam beating.
Apply between 10 A. M. and 1 P. K., or between
2 and 4 P.M. jy23-7
TO LET-FURNISHED OFFICES LATELY
occupied by the Connellsvllle Coke ft iron
Co., No. a Sixth ave., consisting of two rooms,
taking entire second floor with large vault and w.
c. : building best adapted foroutslde advertising la
the city; furnishings ror sale; rent rery low. Ap
ply to N. P. HYNDMAN, N 0.104 Fifth Itc, city.
PERSONAL-BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
New and old, ancient and mouern. standard
and rare, legs", medical and scientific 30.000 vol
umes, to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 900
Liberty st. au3-93
-pERSONAL-WHY TROUBLE YOCK WIFE,
JL mother or daughters In repairing and clean
ing your old clothes, when It can be donefora
trifle' by DICKSON, the Tailor, cor. Fifth are.
and Wood St., second floor? Charges moderate;
facilities unsurpassed: suits madeto order; spring;
styles now ready. Telephone 1558. mhs
PERSONAL-SAY, HARRY. THAT NEW
suit Is immense, but your shoulders look as
though you had gone through a snow storm trora
that dandruff falling from your head. Why don't
you get yonr barber to give you a shampoo with
ROSS W. BLACK'S Keystone Snow Flake Egg
Shampoo Cream, and I'll guarantee you will
never be troubled with dandruff any more.
QTBAYED-OE STOLEN FROM PREMISES
O of the late John King, Lemlngton avenue.
Twenty-first ward, Pittsburg, during the night of
August 11. two gray Percheron horses, one gray
mare, one small dark brown driving horse. Any
Information leading to the recovery of same will
be rewarded by tbe owners, GEO. S. MARTIN ft
CO.. 503 Liberty St., Pittsburg. Telephone 872.
BASE BALL TO-DAY.
Sawder's old comrades,
BOSTON VS. ALLEGHENY.
Game at 4 p. M. Train at 3-41
Ladles' Day, Tuesday. First of tbe season.
mHE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
JL existtntr between A.D. Neeld. J.G.Gal
lagher and N. Patterson, nnder the firm name
of Neeld fe Co., has, this day, been dissolved.
A. D. Neeld having purchased tbe interests ot
the other two partners, will pav all debts owing;
by the said firm, and will receive payment of
all bills dne said firm.
A. D. NEELD.
J. G. GALLAGHER,
Jyl7-31-W N. PATTERSON.
VTOTICE APPLICATION HAVING
been made to the Court of Quarter Ses
sions of Allegheny county for the transfer to
Peter D. Nagel. of the bottler's license, granted
at No. 1307 March Sessions. lbSO, to James
Hayes of the Second ward, city of Allegheny,
tho Court will hear tbe same on Monday,
August 19, 1889. at 10 o'clock: A. jr., at hich
time all parties in Interest and thoe opposing
will be heard. D. K. McGUNNEGLE, Clerk.
JENNINGS A WILSON, Bakewell Law
IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEA3 NO.
2 of Allegheny county. No. SSS. October
term, 1SSS. Commonwealth ex. rel. vs. Isabella
W. C. Comingo. Notice Is hereby given that
tbe first and final account of Isaac Craig, Jr.,
committee of the said Mrs. L W. C. Comingo.
has been filed in said court, and that said ac
count will be allowed by said court on the 31s
day of August, 1SS9. unless cause be shown to
the contrary. an6-35-w
"VTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-SEALED-Xv
proposals will be received at the Burgess'
office lit the borough of Greensburg, Pa., nntil
12 o'clock noon,AUGUST 17, A. D., 1SS9. for tho
erection of a main brick and stone sewer in
and upon Coal Tar run. in said borough, being
about 1,450 feet long. Plans and specifications
can be seen at any time at my office m said
borougtt. Bidders will come andsee lor them
selves and the right to reject any and all bids is
reserved. CYRUS T. LONG,
au7-35-D ' Borough Engineer.
Notice to Civil Engineers.
Sealed proposals will be received by the
committee until MONDAY, tho 19th day of
August, A. D. 1889, at 4 F. 31.. for tbe surveying
and establishing the gradesdrawing of plans,
etc, for the borough of Tarentum, Pa.
Specifications and old plans can be seen at
Fleming & Ester's drugstore. The committeo
reserves the right to reject any or all bids.
G. R. HAYDEN.
H.H. KENNEDY. Committee.
O. T. OWEN& J
TAREHTUM, Pa, July 19, 1889. anll-21-D
Office of Eokouoii Clerk. l
McKeespobt, Pa., August 14, 1889. f
-VTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-SEALED
1M proposals will be received at the office of
the Borough Clerk: nntil TUESDAY, August
27. A. D. 1S89, at 4 r. jr., for the following
One of 15 inches In diameter on Rose street,
from Ninth avenue to Buena Vista street.
One of 12 and 15 inches in diameter on Tenth
avenue and Dumm alley.
Plans and specifications of the above worlc
can be seen and blanks for bidding and all In
formation can be had at the Engineer's office
on and after August 23.
Each proposal must be accompanied by a
bond In double the amount of the proposal and
probated before a Notary Public, and said pro
posals must be handed in on or before the
above specified time; nnless said requirements
are strictly carried out the bid will not be con
sidered. The Committee on Sewers reserve the right
to reject any or all proposals.
auH-3S-H,19,2S Borough Clerk;
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received at the
offlce of the City Clerk of the city of Sterling.
Illinois, for furnishing materials and doing the
work of constructing a portion of the Avenne
"B" sewer system, and connections and appur
tenances thereto. The work will comprise, ap
proximately, the foUowing:
1,000 lineal feet of 4S-lncn brick sewer; 5,000
lineal feet of pipe sewer from 6 in. to 21 in. in
diameter, together with the catch basins, man
holes, catch basin and manhole covers, etc., as
shown in plans.
Tbe bids for furnishing pipe, and for the best
Akron cement, to be made separately. The
whole of tbe work to be completed not later
than Nov. I. 1889. Plans and specifications
may be seen at the offlce of the Citv Clerk.
All bids must be in the hands of the City
Clerk, J. F. Barrett, on or before August 19.
The Council reserves the right to reject an
or all bids.
By order of Com. on Streets and Alleys.
91 AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-7-
12SX THIRD AVE., UPSTAIRS.
Gents' shoes soled and heeled la 15 minutes!
for 75 cents.
Finest work in the city, so.r3-ll-nT
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