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THE. PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, -FRIDAY, AUGUST 16,
TO SELECT A SITE.
The Eandall Club's Committee
Offered Several Pieces of Property
FOR THEIR SEW CLDB BUILDING.
The Structure Will Cost Kot Less Than
$50,000 When Finished.
HOWTflE FUNDS ARE NOW BEING EAISED
Considerable activity is noticeable among
real estate men, owing to tbe intention of
the Randall club to seek new and more com
modious quarters. Quite a number of sites
for tbe now clubhouse on various streets
are under consideration by the committee.
J. E. JlcCrickart, one of the members of
the committee, said yesterday that offers of
property had been received from points
along Sixth, Third and Penn avenues and
Duquesne way. A. F. Keating came more
directly to the point with the statement that
if the sites were at all reasonable, Sixth
avenue would be selected as the site for the
new building, as that is practically the club
street already, and the members are. at
tached to their old quarters.
The project of building a new home for
themselves has been agitating the Bandallites
for mouths past. Some time ago the follow
ing committee was appointed to make all
arrangements lor the erection of a new build
ing: A. 1 Keating, chairman, and Messrs.
John J. McCarthy, J. E. McCrickart,
Samuel W. Blact, H. T. Morris, T. deary,
Jr., John B. Larkin and John O'Neil. The
club is managed
BY A STOCK COMPANY,
with a capital stock of 510,000, and as soon
as this amount can be raised to 5100,000
work will be commenced on the new club
house. The membership of tbe club, already
over 450, has been increasing so rapidly
lately that this step was rendered impera-'
tively necessary. As one of the members
put it, it has been the custom in the Eandall
club to do everything only by the general
consent of the members, and so no definite
action will be taken in the matter until the
signature of all the stockholders ot the club
is obtained to an application for a new char
ter. There is no doubt, however, but that
all the signatures will be obtained.
A DisrATCH reporter had interviews
yesterday with MrFleming, President of
the Eandall Club, T. J. O'Leary. Jr., H. T.
Morris and several others. "Of course,"
one of them said, "we cannot tell what tbe
style of the new building for some time yet.
That will depend to a great extent on the
location and surroundings of the clubhouse.
The building will probably cost about $50,
000. and with the exception of the Duquesne
clubhouse, will be tbe finest of its kind in
the city. Every effort will be made to run
the club as economically as possible aud
still to keep it on a first-class basis."
ox democratic principles.
"There must be nothing exclusive about
the Eandall Club. The accommodations of
the new house will be first-class, and will be
open to all. Lecture, reading, smoking and
card-playing rooms, reception parlors and
Srivate compartments, billiard halls and
ining rooms, in tact everything to be found
in a first-class clubhouse will be provided
for our members.
"The Eandall Club will be as much an
association for social enjoyment and mutual
improvement, as it is a political organiza
tion. We have made some endeavors to fol
low this out in tbe pact, but we expect them
to be iar more successful in the future. .A
large library, together with social, musical
and literary entertainments will be features
of the Eandall Club of the future. It is
reasonable to expect that tbe Eandall club
house will be one of the ornaments of our
city, and the club itself tbe glory of the
THE BREWERS FaTOEED.
Express Rates Are Lower fpr Beer and Ale
Than for Merchandise.
On August 1, the American Express
Company put into operation a series of
rates on beer, ale, pop, soda and mineral
waters, making a lower tariff on these arti
cles than on merchandise. "Where the rate
on merchandise for 100 pounds is 40 cents
it is 30 cents on beer; GO cenU on merchan
' dise, 40 cents on beer, and $2 50 cents on
merchandise, $1 50 cents on beer. "When
tbe rate is higher than S3 50 th agent is
instructed to apply to headquarters for
"I see the beer makers object to the
present express rates, as excessive, and on
the ground that they are discriminations,"
said M. E. Vaillant, of the American Ex
press, "but the trouble is the beer manu
facturers want freight rates which we can't
aflord. "We have to pay the railroadsVor
the use of their baggage cars, and tbe
brewers should pay us."
WILL C0.NTIMJE THE WORE.
Weldln Buildings to be Completed Despite
tbe City's Protests.
Matters are becoming interesting around
the new "Weldin building on Wood street
and Diamond alley. By order of the city,
woik had been stopped on the buildings, to
await whatever action might be taken on
the ordinance providing for the widening of
Diamond alley, and, as was announced in
The Dispatch at the time, a lively row
broke out among the contractors, workmen,
owners and others connected with. the build
ing. Intelligence was received from a credible
source last evening that, despite the protest
of the city government, work will be re
commenced on the buildings and pushed
until it is completed. If this plan is fol
lowed out, a lively war may be expected,
and further developments will be watched
OTHER KAILWAIS CHARTERED.
Tbe Blrmlnsbam Road Now Ready for Its
The new- Birmingham and Pittsburg
Traction Eailway was chartered yesterday
by the Governor. Work will be com
menced on the line at once. A charter was
also granted the Glenshaw Street Eailway
Company, with a capital of 530,000. This
line begins in Millvale, at the intersection
of Bridge street and the Allegheny and
Butler plank road, thence along said road
through Millvale, the township of Saler,
borough of Etna, to village of Glensboro.
The officers are: Jacob T. Keil, of Pitts
burg, President; P. W. Siebert. of Pitts
burg, C. Van Buren, Jr., Millvale; Arthur
Kennedy, Allegheny City, and Gen. Wil
liams, Pittsburg, directors.
A PLEASANT PICNIC.
Allegheny's Grace Evsneellcnl Lutheran
Cbnrcb Enjoys n Day Oat.
The Sunday school of the Grace Evangeli
cal Lutheran Church, of Spring Garden
avenue, Allegheny, celebrated its annual
picnic in Wm. Zoller's grove yesterday.
Tnouch the weather was threatening in the
morning, a lame number of scholars, with
their parent, friends and teachers, came to
gether and spent the day most pleasantly.
' The teachers prepared many sports for tbe
amusement of the children, and treated them
to a grand feast at dinner and supper. The
provisions were donated by the teachers and
members of the congregation, with the help
bf' merchants, who kindly made contribu
tions of meat, bread, milk and groceries.
Trusses, all styles and prices, at 909 Penn
ivenue, near Ninth street. Open Saturday
.artificial liub jaro. vo.,
909 Penn arcane, Pittsburg.
' ,HE KNEW THEM WELL.
A Beaver Falls Citizen Tells Anecdotes of
Terrv nnd Broderick, iheJJnellsts Poli
tics His Ladder.
J. E. Emerson, of Beaver Falls, stated
yesterday to a Dispatch reporter that he
saw Judge Terry and Broderick before
Judge Coon in San Francisco the day before
their famous duel. He knew then where
the duel was to take place. It was about 15
miles from San Francisco. The owners of
wagons- were charging 55 apiece to carry
those who desired to go to the dueling
"Colonel Baker, who was killed at Balls
Bluff during the war," said Mr. Emerson,
"told me of calling on Broderick after he
was injured in the duel. Broderick and
his brother were left waifs in New York;
they commenced life there by selling news
papers. They afterward became orators and
"Terry was just released on bail last win
ter when I was there. During the Buch
.auan campaign Terry was up before the
Vigilance Committee, belore he fought the
Broderick duel, and, if his man had died,
Terry would have been hanged, and the
country would have been spared the sensa
tion ot the last few days.
"Jou want to know how on earth Terry
ever managed to climb to such eminence on
the Pacific slope? Bless you, it was by the
political route, pure and simple. There were
times when politicians could do or get al
most anything they pleased in Calitornia;
and Terry, you see, was one of them."
' A PKMC AT ROCK POINT.
300 of Ibe East Liberty Basket Social Party
Spend aa Enjoyable Day Games, Danc
ing, and Mnslo
Kfvcr have the rugged, projecting rocks
of Bock Point been favored with a more
genteel and orderly crowd than left East
Liberty depot yesterday. The-people ap
peared to be bent on making the moat of the
day. The train left promptly at 8 A. m.,
with fully 500 people on hoard, and landed
them at Eock Point at 10.
The picnic was in charge of G. W. Berlin
and J. J. Bradley, and these gentlemen
demonstrated that they oonld ably handle
the picnic problem. There were various
sports, such as baseball, lawn tennis,
croquet and quoits. All . the sports were
well patronized, but lawn tennis was the
At 12 o'clock a regular stampede wat
made to gain the most sequestered spots to '
open up the well-filled baskets tbe ladies
bad made up. Dinner over, a rush
was made for the dancing platforms,
where the First Eoyal Band discoursed the
sweetest of dance music. The platform was
filled with dancers from the time the first
strain of music sounded until night cur
tained around and gave the warning for
When the party arrived back at East
Liberty at 1030 "p. m. no jaded face or
weary gait could be seen. Everybody was
in the highe-.t flush of enjoyment, and spoke
warmly of tbe day's pleasure.
A Monument Erected to a Fattbfal Dot: by
His Youthful Friends.
Alderman Porter, yesterday, fined Jacob
Wtlbert, of Skunk Hollow, 510 lor cruelty
to a dog, Mrs. Mary, Barrett, prosecutrix.
The testimony was that "Wilbert had ar
ranged a match between a savage bulldog,
his own property, and a fine Newfoundland
belonging to Mrs. Barrett The Newfound
land didn't wan- to fight, hut when forced,
got away with the bulldog in short order.
The evidence showed Wilbert had stabbed
Mrs. Barrett's dog several times with a
carving knife, injuring him bo that he
Major was the name of Mrs. Barrett's
dog. and he had endeared himself to the
neighborhood by his kinduess and watch-,
mi care ot tne iniantue population, once,
during a freshet in the creek, saving the
lire of a child that had fallen in and was
being carried off by the torrent. The
children got a coffin tor Major and had him
interred, amid much solemnity and sorrow,
on the hillside, and after covering the
grave with flowers. They then raised a
subscription and purchased a tombstone
and had Major's name inscribed on it,
along with au enumeration of his virtues
DEARER THAN LOVE.
A Woman Refuses to be Married Becanse
Her Ace Woald be Known.
Yesterday a man and a woman each ap
parently about 25 years of agr, entered the
Marriage License office arm in arm, and the
gentleman asked for a license. Captain
Heiber began to ask the regulation questions
when he met with an obstacle in the shape
of the lady's age. She flatly refused to
tell it, saying that she was over 21, and that
was enough. The Captain courteously in
formed her that she would have to tell
when and where she was born. She posi
tively declined and in answer to Captain
Heiber's exdanation told him she did not
want him to talk to her.
Her would-be-husband expostulated with
Her, Dut tbe answer ne got was tbat sbe
guessed it was too much trouble and she
would not get married. They finally left
the office without the license.
St. Fbllomena's Picnic
The members of the congregation of St,
Philomena's Church, at Fourteenth street,
will picnic at Silver Lake Grove next Mon
day. An immense crowd is expected to be
Entitled to tbe Best.
AU are entitled to tbe best tbat their money
will buy, so every family should have, at once,
a bottle ot tbe best family remedy, Byrup of
Figs, to cleanse the system when costive or
bilious. For ale In 50c and $1.00 bottles by all
Sugar-cured hams, per lb 12c
Sugar-cured shoulders, per lb 7c
Breakfast bacon, per lb. .... . ........ .10c
11 lbs granulated sugar.... .7.'. .....51 00
12 lbs A coffee sugar. 1 00
12J4 lbs American C sugar 1 00
13 lbs yellow sugar 1 00
Best McKee's Amber flour, per sack.. 1 25
Famous, best family flour, per sack... 1 30
Van Cleef, finest patent, per sack 1 45
Cascade, best family, per sack' 1 35
Schumacher's F. S., per sack......... 1 65
Hamcll's ammonia, Js qts 10c
Extract of vanilla, 2 oz bottle 5c
2 lbs New York Goshen cheese. 25c
3 lbs best Ohio Goshen cheese 25c
3 lbs Wisconsin limberger cheese 25c
1 bucket jelly, 30 lbs 1 00
7 lbs rolled oats 25c
7Lflbs Schumacher's oat meal... 25c
1 sack table suit 2c
4 lbs Kingsford's corn starch for 25c
1 lb silver gloss starch '. 7c
9 lbs large lump starch 25c
7 lbs Quaker soap, best wax 25c
9 lbs floating soap, for toilet or laundry. 25c
3 lull lbs Babbit's "1776"..., 25c
4 lbs best Java rice, fine as silk 25c
Cnt this coupon out and send with order,
or bring with you. All orders accompanied
with cash or P. O. money order will receive
prompt attention. Freight paid on 510
worth and upward. Send for circular.
36 Ohio st, Allegheny City.
81 75 TO NIAGARA FALLS AND RETURN
Via Allegheny Volley R. B., Saturday Au.
Train of Eastlakeand Pullman palace
sleeping cars leaves Union station at 8:50 p.
m. (eastern standard time); Ticket good
for tour days returning.
ExcrrasiON rates to Valley Camp Fri
day, August 16. New England supper and
fair. Train leaves the Camp for city at 10
p. at. Tickets good to return 6atuidr.
A CALIFORNIA MINER.
Strange Apparition in tho Sanctum
for an Interview.
HIS CITIZENSHIP IN QUESTION,
And Hon" He Fooled Those Who Sought to
Send Him Back.
THE SAME COIN HE WEST WEST WITH
A tall, broad-shouldered figure strode into
the reportorial rooms lost evening. It was
that of a man who had long since passed
li'fe's noontide, and bad seen, if he had not
felt, the shades of its evening settling down
upon him of that evening whose frosts fall
upon the head and whiten the hair, even as
they freeze and furrow lines in the features.
The old gentleman for tbe figure was one
of the male persuasion carried a crook
headed cane, around which was twisted in
fantastic fashion a piece of copper wire that
made the stick look very odd. A tall derby
hat, a'little black-and-white necktie, a sus
picion of silvery fringe upon the face, a
seersucker coat and vest (the latter full of
stitches across the chest, indicating that
something might be tightly sewed inside),
silver half-dollar sleeve buttons and a pair
of blue jeans overalls over a heavier pair of
trousers give you an introduction to him,
just as he showed himself to the man at the
"I'm the seventh son of a seventh son,"
said the visitor, seating himself familiarly
close to the city editor, "and I want to be
interviewed. I can trace my father's ances
try hack to the Wallaces of Scotland, and
my mother's to the crowned heads of Ger
many. Interview me!"
"About what? Have you had any un
usual experience suffered any injustice or
anything of that sort?"
"iTes, more than that everything of that
sort. I was born in 1828, in Mercer county;
raised on the line between Mercer and
Washington counties came with father
through your Monongahela river bridge
when I was 3 years old, when I looked from
one end of the long old covered bridge to
the other and wondered how on earth we
were ever going to get through the little
hole at the other end, it looked so small in
WHAT MAKES A CITIZEN.
"Well, sir, that ought to make me a citi
zen of Pennsylvania, oughtn't it? But I
went to California 32 years ago went to the
gold diggings, and took many a long wash
at it myself panned until I drew blood
from every one of my ten finger tips (count
ing the thumbs, which complete tbe ten, I
believe); and now, after being back here in
my own native State for over a year, paying
my assessed taxes and doing mighty big
jobs at farming and carpentering, they want
to make out that I'm a citizen of California,
and send me back there; but I'm a little too
sharp and too quick for 'em, I reckon."
"And why do they want to send you
back to the Golden Gate?"
"Why, because I'm an heir, you see, to
the property up in one of the northern
counties; and they've had me in the asylum
at Warren, and tried to ship me away to
get rid of me."
"Your name, please, and something of
"Certainly, sir Joseph Benjamin Frank
lin Boss. I'm a member in good and regu
lar standing of tbe Presbyterian Church at
Napa, Cal.; have read the Bible through
in course three times on my bended
knees, and never did anything
'to harm a man or woman in all
this world. Look at met Though I went
as a soldier in the late War of the Rebel
lion, and was tbe one to man the biggest
gun jnst after our President's assassination;
though I went to California 32 years ago
that was before the assassination, and
mined gold for 5J years, panning out from
25 cents a day to twice 517 in 24 hours:
though I got there with only a silver quar
ter in my pocket, and have kept it ever
since; in spite of all this, they want to make
out that I haven't the right to come back
and claim a share in my father's estate, as
the youngest son living."
HE WAS IX AN ASYLUM.
"What has been their plan of opera
tions?" "Why, simply this: To thrust me into an
asylum as they did the 20th of last March;
to let me out July 27, only to place me in
Sharge of a trustee, who should ship me
back co California as a charge upon that
State. The trustee went with me as far as
Chicago and there spent the day, (although
it was Sunday and he a good 'Methodist),
hunting all around among the ticket cap
pers to get me a cheap ticket to the slope.
How I did chase him around over those
Chicago streets took him first to
one capper, then another until his
tongue hung out that far indicating
the second joint of his finger
though it ought to have been so far indi
cating from tbe finger tip to the knuckle
before I got through with him. Well, it
cost him 517, the very best he could do, for
a limited ticket. I went on to Kansas City
alone; concluded I wouldn't go any fur
ther (for you see my ticket read to Seattle,
a burned-down city); sold my tickets and
came back. Didn't come, though, until I'd
sold my ticket and got money enough, nor
until Id preached a couple of sermons, two
hours and a half long, in the open air, to
Kansas City people."
HE NEEDS FRIEHDS.
as obliquely set as old Ben Butler's; but
there wasn t much more he said that helped
to clear up his case, and there wasn't much
in all the nuggets and trinkets he showed
that tended one particle to prove that the
people were altogether wrong In sending
him to an asylum. Indeed, notwithstand
ing his assurance that he had been given
charge of important departments in the
Warren asylum, had weighed the meats and
food for the patients, and been trusted other
wise, there was tbe faint suspicion about
the evidently good old man tbat, strong as
he was, with his 42 inches of chest and his
six feet of stature, he needed some kind
friend to care for him.
And so the veteran visitor, redepositing
his nuggets and buttons in his long leathern
purse, bade tbe writer a kindly good even
ing, and vanished, anxious to prove himself
a citizen of Pennsylvania.
Trusses made to order, with a written
guarantee, 909 Penn avenue. Open Satur
Artificial Limb Mfg. Co.,
Penn avenue, near Ninth street
Don't Let Them Cry.
The children cry for Marvin's ginger
snaps, and as there is nothi jg else that yon
can give them that is more wholesome don't
deny tbe little ones. Get 'i box or two from
yonr grocer. Put up in neat family pack
ages, convenient and handy. xvfFSa
Use "Una" flour finest spring patent in
the world. "Golden Wedding" the best or
bread flours. "Duquesne" has no equal as
a pastry flour. Homing's "Ivory," gem of.
all family flours..
Call, or send for plans, free, of those
desirable snburban lots, at Aspinwall sta
tion, adjoining Sharpsburg.
W. A. Hereon & Sons, 80 Fourth ave.
Iron City Beer
Is the finest, purest summer beverage In the
market. It is wholesome, nutritious and
fine-flavored. Brewed only by Franenheim
& Vilsack. Telephone 1166.
,. Cabinet photos, 89e per doz. Lies' Pop
ular tjruicrjt iu ana u,pi xin k, lrwxsn.
KrDirplay advertisements one dollar per
tguare for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page tuch as Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, etc., ten cents per line or each inter
Hon, and none taken for lets than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following plaoes,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient ad vertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. .for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts wlthTnxDlS
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 5509 Butler street.
EMIT. O. STUCKEY, 24th Street and Penn are.
E. G. STUCKEY A CO., Wylle are. and Fulton St.
24. bTOKELY. Firth Avenue Market House.
J. TV. WALLACE, Sin Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER & SHEIBLER, sth av. & Atwood it.
JACOB SPOHN. No. 2Carsop street.
H. A. DONALDSON. 1TCT Canon street.
A . J. KAERCHEB, 69 Federal street.
H. J. McBEIDE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FRED H. EGGERS, 172 Obto street.
F. H. EOGERS & SON. Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin ayes.
G. W. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver axes.
PERRY M. OLE1M. Rebecca and Allegheny ares.
ANTED-A BARBER ATD. W. HIGGINS',
jaw secona STenue. auw-if
ANTED-StX FIRST-CLASS SHOE SALES-i
MEM atBAUFXANNS'. aulS-12
ANTED-2 TINNERS AT 637 CARSON ST.
u. uu.L,ii..u, eoutnsiae. auiu-w
ANTEU KJARPENTERS. APPLY TO
UAUVUtUXHAN, S3 and 3t Water si.
V sober. Industrious boiler makers. REEVES
BROS., Niles, O. xnll-62
ANTED-A BOY TO LEARN THE BAKBER
trade: one wltb experience nreferred. Call
at 1524 PENN AVE. aul7
WANTED THREE GOOD T1NNEBS. IN
QUIRE at FAUST & JACKSON'S, 67 Fed
eral st., Allegheny. aul6-44
TfTAMED BOYTO WOKK. IN DRYGOOD3
VY "tore. H. E. POKIER, 165 Fennsylrania
ave., Alleghecy, Pa. aulO-eu
WANTEDBABBERS AT THE ORIGINAL
and old tellable barbers' supply house, SO
DIAMOND ST.. Pittsburg. au8-94-&.9,lZ,H,lS
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS DRUG CLERK
One who speals German preferred. Apply
to E. HOLDEN CO., 63 Federal St., Allegheny.
W ANTED-A COMPETENT MAN TO RUN
ovfni and teel. Apply at Hope Biscuit
Works, 331 East street, Allegheny. A. R. SPEF.K
& CO. aulS-16
ANTED A FIRST-CLASS AND EXPERI
ENCED inan to run molding machines: none
other need apply. MURPHY & DIEBOLD, East
WANTED-A BOOKKEEPER AND BILL
clerk at a large manufacturing establish
ment. Apply to P. O. BOX 672; giving refer
ences. . auIC-8
W ANTED-A HORSESHOER HELPER-ONE
tbat can work on tbe floor: youngman pre
ferred: In rear or Bauerleln Brewery, Bennett,
Pa. JAMES HOWARD. aul6-2S
WANTED-AYOUNGIJIAN IN SHIPPING
department: must be bright and active;
good chance for promotion. Address in own
handwriting, O. II., Dispatch office. auls-63
W ANTED-A YOUNG MAN WITH PRAC
TICAL experience for shipping; clerk; well
recommended and references required; state salary
wanted. Address W., Dispatch office. auu-13
ANTED-TWO EXPERIENCED INSTALL
MENT men: to first class men 1 will guaran
tee first class territory: mil line: 25 samples with
out cost. J. R. CUTTER, Rooms 1 and 2, 1036
Penn avenue. aul6-9
WANTED FIRST-CLASS. SOBER PRE
SCRIPTION .glass blowers; alsoafew good
finishers: union wages; steady work; rare paid;
write fullv: say who you worked for.. CHICAGO
GLASS MFG. CO.. Chicago. aulS-45-D
WANTED-AG ENTS TO SOLICIT ORDERS
for our celebrated oil portraits; the finest
made: no experience required: beginners earn
f 50 a week; S2 outfit free; send for full particulars;
a rare chance. S AFFORD vADAMS ft CO., 46
Bond st.. New York. anlO-31-D
W ANTED-A RELIABLE MAN TO SELL AN
article for cash: mnst be able to drlTe well,,
be acquainted lirborn cttlesrand to speak German:
and English; onlyMCh need apply as can give A)
R o. 1 references anu give Jlooio 200 security bond.
Inquire at DISPATCH OFFICE. aulS-10
YTTANTED MAN-TO TAKE AGENCY OF
TV our safes; size 28x16x19 inches; weight 600
lbs. : retail price t35; other sizes In proportion: rare
chance to create permanent business at home:
these sares meet demand never before supplied by
othersafe companies, as we are not governed by
the Bare Pool. ALPlNESAFECO.,Clnclnnati.O.
WANTED COMPETENT MAN WHO IS
thoroughly familiar with the manufacture
of Iron bridge and experienced in the manage
ment or men. to act as assistant superintendent
of bridge shops; wlU 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 L-oa
W'ks, Leavenwortb, Kas.
WANTED AGENTS TO SEE THE "PAE
NELL MOVEMENT;" the greatest political
movement of modern times, with a history of
Irish parties from 1643. containing a full account of
the great trial Instigated by tbe London "Times."
and giving a complete history of tbe home rule
struggle from Its Inception to the suicide of
Pigott, by Thomas Power O'Connor, member of
Parliament: fine steel portraits of the great
leaders. Apply at once to P. J. FLEMING, 77
Diamond St., Pittsburg, Fa. aul0-12
-TTT-ANTED-THREK EXPERIENCED SHOE
YY salesladies at KAUFMANNS'. anl6-12
WANTED 2 EXPERIENCED DINING
ROOM girls at BOLEY'S HOTEL, 31-33 Dia
mond square, city. aul6-61
WANTED-MILLINERY DEP'T-ONE FIRST
class experienced trimmer; one maker and
two salesladies. JOS. HORNE & CO.'S, Penn
ave. stores. ao.16-11
WANTED-EXPERIENCED LADY SHORT
HAND and type writer : quick with figures;
reference required. WM. SEMPLE'S STORES,
Allegheny, Pa. , nu 10-35
WANTED-A LADY TO ATTEND ON CUS
TOMERS In photograph gallery: must be
well acquainted In two cities; be affable and
pleasing to patrons; write a good hand, and give
best of reference; to such a rood position is open.
4?5lr at STANDARD PHOTOGRAPHIC ART
GALLERY, 70 Federal St., Allegheny City.
Blole and l'emnle Uelo.
-TTJANTED IMMEDIATELY MALE COOK.
y pastry coos 4 dining room girls. 2 laundry
girls, chambermaids and scrub girls, 60 cooks. ICC
ouse girls, child's nurse, sewing girl. MEE
HAN 'S, 645 Grant st. aul6-D
WANTED -f25 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 Jutt what we say. Address at
once bTANDARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston.
WANTED SITUATION AS COOK. .RES
TAURANT preferred, by one who thor
.n.f5v.,kPSw"..,bS.bll'!ne". Inquire or address
ANNIE LUNDOII, 5!C8 Penn ave., East End.
W ANTED-A BUSINESS THAT YOU WISH
to extend; a scheme or speculation that Is
reasonable that you wish to develop and need more
capital, if so, address ror Interview. O.. 495. Dis
patch offlce. aul5-62
WANTED-BUSINESS INTEREST FOR SALE
In one of the finest and most completely
arranged establishments In Allegheny City; trade
most refined and lucrative: long lease on build
ing; competition nowhere; location the choicest.
Only those meaning business need address BUS.
INTEREST, Dispatch office. aulS-91
XTTANTED-FAKTNER WITH 15,000 CJAPI
YV TAL to take half interest lnwell estab
lished light manufacturing business In this city;
closest investigation Is asked. All particulars
from W. V. MCNEILL &BRO., 105 Fourth ave.
Boarders and Xodcers.
WANTED-MAN AND WIFE It) TAKE
small new house In Allegheny, newly fur
nished. In best locality, or two gentlemen for
furnlsnrd second story front rooms. Address M.
E., Dispatch office. aulS-48
WANTED -MORTG AGES-fl. 000, 000 TO LOAN
In large and small amounts at 4)4. 5 and 6
per cent, free of Bute taxi no delay. RED B.
COYLE& CO.. 131 Fourth ave. myH-60
WjLi,?z;1:0JMX1' fan-wo- in amounts
or 63,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4H per cent, freeortax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK A BA1KD,
a Fourth avenue. se21-d26-D
WANTED MOKTGAGES-fl,0DD,000TO LOAN
on city and suburban properties at 4M. 5and
cent counties at 6 per cent. 1.
1JVI U. .w vu .s.uv .h IUIIIIKUT1DII SOJK-
sm mumjva. a
BON, ronna avenue.
ANTED TO LOAN S2,000 ON' MORT
GAGES! flOO and usward at a tin iwntt
ssMOBOit 436 per cent on residences r btufnuj
I JSfiSS. aVo1urt5?Tl''WSk&:
TTTA NT ED-GOOD CITY MORTGAGES
vv Money at low rates and small expense. C.
H. LOVE. 93 Fourth avenue. aulM
"TXT ANTE D-MORTQ AGES, MORTOAGES
VV Money to loan at 4J and i per cent. GEO..
JOHNSTON, C! Fourth aye. aul6-J2-D
TfrANTED-500 TO foOO.000 TO LOAN ON
VT mortgages; 4). 5 and 6 per cent. JAMES
W. DRAPE CO.. 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg.
aul5-76-I5, 16,17,19,21,24,26,23, 30
XrrANTKD-MORTOAGES ON CITY PEOP
. V ERTY. over 64,000; 4 ner cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVEuftCO., BFonrth avenue.
TTTA N TED-MORTGAGES LARGE AND
VV smaliamountson improved city property
at 5 per cent. W. A. HEBRON & SONS. 80 Fourth
"TTTANTED-TO SELL A FANCY PARLOR
vv suit: furniture, velvet carpets, fancy clock,
Blctures and brls-a-brae; cheap for cash. F.,
Ispatcb office. anl6-29
TTTANTED-EVERYBODY TO SEND THEIR
VV furniture needing upholstering, repairing
and reflnlsblng to UAUGH 4 KEENAN, 33 and
34 Water st. 'Phone 1626. an!4
TTTANTED THE TfOUNG GENTLEMAN
V V from Wylie avenue to call again Immedi
ately at the GROCERY, cor. Main and Vrllllara,
Sixteenth ward, city. anl6-54
WANTED-PERSONSTO JOIN AN ELGIN
Watch Club and to pay f 1 per week on fine
gold watches drawn each week; call at once,
JOHN MITSCH, 130 Federal St., Allegheny.
ANTED TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEJI
BERH to Kpcnra a. fine ffold watch for each
vuc in ineciuD aiii vuper wees. Auama t. v.
BOX 601, and I will call and snow you the watch.
WANTED A TELEGRAPH OPERATOR
and ornamental penman wonld like to ex
change services for instructions In phonography;
Pitman or Scott-Browne writer preferred. F. B.
A Dispatch offlce. aulG-GD
use of the phonograph and phonograph
graphaphone taught at the WESTERN PENN A.
PHONOGRAPH COVS. 146 Fifth ave.; situations
will be secured for educated operators.
TTT-ANTED BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
f V TOGRAPHER, 96 Fifth avenue. Pittsburg,
and, 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that be is making fine cabinets at (1 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised; Instan
taneous nrocess. mhl3-63
WANTED-BARBERS TO KNOW THAT MIE
secret of our success Is that we have the
most substantial and best upholstered cbairs at
astonlshlnrlr lownrlrea the fart that our chairs
and other goods are round In ninety-nine but ofj
every nunarea snops in mis city ana sujaceut
towns Is sufficient evidence of our claim. ROSS
AV. BLACK. 80 Diamond St., Pittsburg; the orig
inal Barbers' Supply House.
- an8-94-8, 9, 12.14.16
FOB. SALE I3IPROVED REAL ESTATE.
T7IOR SALE-BEOFORD AVE., ELEVENTH
JD ward, for 3,8)0, 1 1,000 cash, a good brick
house, 6 rooms, attic late Improvements. See
W. A. UERRON & SONS. 80 Fourth ave.
aulS-33-18, 17.20, 21,24
FOR SALE-FOR 62,200, ON EASY PAY
MENTS, good brick house 8 rooms, on Syca
more St., Thirty-fifth ard. Call or send for full
information W. A. HEREON A SONS, 80 Fourth
aye. . aul4-97-14,16,19,21.2t,27,30
FOR SALE-2-STORY BRICK DWELLING IN
First ward with Immediate possession It de
sired: will sell with small cash payment and bal.
ancc payable In monthly payments If desired.
C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth aye. aul4-I8
FOR SALE THAT VERY DESIRABLE 8
roosu dwelling, situate N o. 455 Forbes st. : lot
2ixiart., cxtcnulng back to Ann st.: large ear-
enter shop erected on rear of lot. GEO. JOHN
TON, Agt., 62 Fourth ave. aul6-52-D
FOR SALE-DEalRABLE WEST END RESI
DENCE In a good locality; brick house or 9
rooms, batb, 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. HKSELBAR1H, Real Estate Agent. 121
Wabash St., West End, city. au$7-llWTSa
East End Resdaences.
FOR SALE-OX ROUP ST-2-STORY FRAME
house of rooms, 8-foot hall and vestibule,
front porch: lot 48x161 to alley: to. 500. THOS.
LIGGETT, 114 Fourth aye. aul5-70-13, 16, 17. 19.21.23
FORSALE-ON THE CORNER OF TWO GOOD
streets In East Liberty,, sroo4 brick house of 8
rooms and laundry; lot 53x123: price 612,003.
TUOS. A. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave.
aul5-70-15, 16. 17, 19, 21, 23
FOR SALE TWO SMALL HOUSES AND
lots at Sbadyslde, near R. It. station and
cable cars: lot 36Xxl37 feet to an alley; price only
S3.000. Terms, etc., from JAS. W. DRAPE A
CO., 129 Fourth ave.. Pittsburg. a u 15-73
2-story mansard, reception ball and 11 rooms,
front and back porches, good cellar; all the
modern improvements; lot 48x161; only 17,600.
THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth avenue.
aul 5-70-15.16.17,19, 21, 23
f TTIOK SALE IN THE EAST END-HOUSE AND.
I'JJl'S lots en Marcband street extension, near
ucnnison ana irenn avenues; -iota idxua sees anu
good frame dwelling thereon; price only (4,600:
easy payments. JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. aul5-74-D
FOR SALE ON O'HARA 8T.-NEAR WAL
NUT St., lot 42x130, good frame bouse 8 rooms,
bath room, basement laundry, elegant front and
side porches: convenient to both steam and cable
ears; yery desirable; only 67,500. THOS. LIG
GETT, No. 114 Fourth aye.
aUl6-30-16. 17. 18, 22.24, 25
FOR SALE-AT A GREAT BARGAIN. ON
account of removal of owner, 1 lot 96x160
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. HEBRON & BON, 80 Fourth
FOR SALE IN COLTART SQUARE, OAK
LAND, desirable new bouses of latest style
of architecture, 9 rooms, elegantly furnished,
complete in all its appointments: near cable line;
complete sewerage, street Improvements made.
For plans and lnlormatlon seeW. A. HEREON
A bONS, or U. K. BEAM, on tbe premises.
T7AOR SALE-ON COR. PENN AND LINDEN
JD aves., lot 46x179, elegant brick house, recep
tion hall, parlor, library, dining room, kitchen
and large pantry on first floor, five bedrooms
and bath on second floor: large finished at
tic with servants' room, cedar room and trunk
room, electric bells, hard wood mantels, elegant
front porch, sliding doors, etc., etc: all the latest
Improvements, and every thing or the very best;
only 116,000. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth
ave. . aul6-30-16,i7,18,22,:4.25
FOR SALE PARTIES LOOKING FOR
houses cannot find a more desirable situation
than Oakland square; tbe greater number or 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 Plttsbnrz Traction road, are amousr the ad
vantages. Prices, i500and (6,700, on easy terms.
FOR SALE-THE RESIDENCE OF C.C. WATT.
situated on Ivv street. Sbadyslde; only I
minutes walk from Fifth ave. cable line and 5
minutes froui Roup station, P.R.R.,apretty Queen
Anne frame dwelling of 6 rooms, ball, range, bath.
Inside w. c stationary washstands, pantry,
laundry, furnace, etc.. In fact a very complete
house, with lot 49xlM feet, planted with trees and
shrubbery. This property will be sold at a bar
gain, the owner having removed from the city.
Full particulars can be obtained at the office of
BLACK A BAIRD, 05 Fourth ave. 3A aul5-5!
FOR SALE AT p.000 IF bOLD QUICK-ON
Lacock. near Sandusky St., lot 22x100 with
two dwellings: will pay over 6 per cent net; a good
Investment and comfortable home. W. A. HEB
RON SONS, SO Fourth aye. au2-l-TUF
FOR SALE OK TAGGART ST.. SECOND
ward, house of 4 rooms, finished attic and
basement kitchen: lot 24xlG0: also house In rear, 2
rooms, racing Nixon St.: all on same property; L
efeaped; all to be sold for (3, COO cash. Inquire NO..
65 TAGGART ST., Second ward, Allegheny.
FOR SALE-AT HAZELWOOD. WELL LO
CATED on Johnston near Second ave.. 2
acres or ground fronting J streets; a good house 8
rooms; would sub-divide Into lots to advantage;
only 13, 000 ror all. W. A. HERRON SONS, 80
Fourth ave. aul07-10, 12, 16, 19
FOR SALE A GOOD DWELLING AND
large lot at Crafton : convenient to railroad sta
tion: 8 nice rooms: 3 porches: good water: natural
gas; fine lot, 53x150 feet; abundance of fruit; stable
and out-bulldlngs; price only (3,500; very cheap:
only 2 minutes from station. JAS. W. DRAPE&
CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. au 15-73
FOR 8ALE-BELLEVUE-ELEGANT MOD
ERN residence. 12 rooms, wide hall, hard
wood finish, large porches, bay windows, bath and
w. c, stationary washstands, fine mantels, electric
bells, closets, pantry, laundry, furnace, cement
walks, cemented cellar: very complete stable and
carriage house; lot 140x290; choice fruit and shrub
bery: especially attractive and will be sold cheap;
the new electric railway will greatly benefit this
neighborhood. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO.. 99
Fourth ave. aul6-15-ir
FOE SALE-NEAT DWELLING HOUSE AND
2 acres of ground on line of railroad near
the city: dense cover of fruit and shade trees;
copious flow or pure water, always cool: 7 rooms
In dwelling, small room, observatory, 3 porches,
vestibule and hallway, dry cellar, natural gas,
marble mantels and In prime order throughout,
stable and carriage house, poultry house and
other outbuildings, a beautiful place, pure
air, fine elevation and wide expanse of
scenic grandeur, only 3 minutes' walk from"
railroad station: monthly ticket (4 73: this prop
erty Is worth looking at. Full Information from
Sersonal examination will be given at our office.
AMES W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE LOTS.
xuent offered to early purchasers; call or send for
plans, W. A. HEKROn SONS. No. 80 Fourth
SOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS
on Wylle, Webster and Bedford ayes., Thir
teenth ward. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agt., 62 Fourth
T7KJR SALE-LEVEL AND DESIRABLE LOTS,
J 20x84 ft., on Hatfield ave., near Forty-seventh
St.; if sold at once only (GOO each Terms
easy. W. A. HEREON SON B, SO Fourth aTenue.
au4-B3-14, is, an, -
FuKSAui-LuiY-isriKirr habu, a iui
with orer 5, 000 square feet, well suited for a
large warehouse or a light manufacturing site;
terms easy H desired. U. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth
East End Lots.
T7IOR SALE-ON SOUTH HILAND AVE., LOT
U? 40x120. to sewered alley: (3.800 cash or (4.000
on time: offered ror a short time only. THOS.
LIGGETT, No. U4 Fourth ave.
aul6-31-18, 17,19, 22,24, 25
FOR SALE-CHEAP-AS A WHOLE-2S DE
SIRABLE building lots fronting Euclid ave.
and Beatty st., near inland ave., In themldst of
the Nineteenth ward. W. A. HERRON & SONS,
80 Fourth avenue. au2-4l-Tur
FOR SALE-I3.850-CENTEB AVE., E.E., LOT
50x200 feet. 3 minutes' walk from Roup sta
tlon:very desirable location; good nelsbborhood;
enhancement certain; terms easy. SAML. W.
BLACK ft CO., &sFourth ave. aul5-61
FOR SALE OAKLAND, ABOUT ONE ACRE
or ground fronting on tbe line of tbe new
cable loop: this property will double In value,
and can be had at a bargain If sold at once. REED
B. COYLE ft CO.. No. 131 Fourth ave. aul6-49
FORSALE-ON ROUPST.. BETWEEN FIFTH
ave. and Walnut St., beautiful lot 40x100 to
20ft. alley: elegant neighborhood, good sewer
age and convenient to both steam and cable cars:
only (2,400. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth
ave. aul6-81-16, 17. 19,22,24.25
T70R SALE-(7,60O CENTER AVE. LOT. NEAR
A? and east of Roup St., 100x200 feet: this Is one
or the most desirable lots on the avenue; fine ele
vation, and only t minutes' walk from P. R. R.
station: easy terms; a bargain. SAMUEL W.
BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth aye. anlS-81 .
IORSALE AND 50 FEET FRONT AND 100
to 150 feet deen. on Nezlev and Center ayes..
Amber. St. Clair, Euclid and Baum sts,. In the
Baum grove plan: are reached by 44 trains each
way and two cable lines. MELLON BROS., East
End. or JOHN F. BAXTER, 512 Smlthfleld st.
fTlOR SALE-CHEAP-A VERY DESIRABLE
JP lot. -24x110 rest, on Elyslan avenue (Point
Breeze); this lot is in an excellent neighborhood:
well located, and handy to P. R. R. and cable,
and will sell for (SSO on easy terms: write for list.
MELLON BROTHERS. 6349 Station St., E. E.
FOR SALE-ON EDWIN ST., ONE SQUARE
from lllland ave.. lots VJ) ft. deep to a ewered
alley: natural and artificial gas; city water on
the street: good neighborhood and desirable loca
tion; onlyjHO per foot front; terms to suit pur-
aziua. Jjiuujui, no. in rounu ave.
FORSALE LOTS ON MAPLE ANDLINDEN
avenues and Lombard street. Allegheny, In
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH MCN AUGHER. 43 N. Diamond at.
FOR SALE-LOTS' ON THE HENDERSON
property. Nunnery Hill. Allegheny, have
now taken a start, and are moving right along;
plans and prices at this office; we guarantee a good
title. A. LEGGATE ft SON, 31 Federal St.. Alle
FOR BALE-200 BUILDING LOTS, EAST ST.
extension, oh tbe Watson plan; sale to com
mence on East ti at Watson coal shaft, Tuesday,
Aug. 20, at 2 O'clock r. M. Terms: (2S cash at sale,
bal" (Sper month. A. J. PENTECOST, Auc
tioneer. 413 Grant st. aulO-22-roD
FOR SALE PERRYSVILLE AND DAISY
ave., near head or Charles at.. Tenth ward,
Allegheny, at auction, Saturday, Aug. 17. atJV
o'clock r. H.. Pentecost, Simpson ft Rarcorie'
S Ian, 4 desirable building lots; city water; elee
ie cars. A. J. PENTECOST, 413 Grant st.
FOR SALE ATTRACTIVE SALE, PERRYS
VILLE ave,, on the Watson place plan, com
mencing at the car house, rear Watson circle,
beautiful building sites 50x125 and 50x200; terms U.
cash: bal.'l, 2, and 3 years, Monday, August 20. at
O'CIOCK r. Jf. A, a. JTXiax.laa, Auctioneer,
413 Grant st.
FOR SALE-FARM 155 ACRES ON SHENAN
GO. near Sharon and Middlesex station: 2
railroads in sight: no better lsnd for all purposes;
house, barn and other buildings; (45 per a., worth
70. ED. W1TT13H,410 Grant St., Pittsburg, Pa.
FOR SALE-33 ACRES OF THE CHOICEST
land along the P. It. It., eight miles from the
city: two minutes from station: everyfoot will lot
out to good advantage: price reasonable; terms
easy. BLACK ft BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
XJK)R SALE-A NEW ENTERPRISE WHICH
JP can be started In all towns. For full partic
ulars address E. L. MARTIN. Decatur. 111. an9-40
lOR SALB-BOARDING HOUSE-GOOD LO
CATION, rood business, furniture, rood-
will, etc. Further information lnanlre ot ALLES
ft BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167. anlO-92
FOR SALE-A MERCHANT TAILORING AND
gents' furnishing business, on a splendid
thoroughfare Ut the city: doing a safe and profit
able business: stock Is well assorted and season
able, and will be sold atvaluatlon. Fuller par
ticulars from JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO.. 129
Fourth ave., Pittsburg. ailtt-4")
F ORSALE-AN INTER ESTIN A WHOLESALE
mercantile business; old-established and profit
able, we know the firm and are familiar with the
business, and can vouch ror the opportunity as a
rare one ror an active man with s5.000toM.000 to
Invest. Call upon or address ALEXANDER ft
LEE, 313 Wood street. aull-81-MWTSSa
TTIOR SALE-DON'T LETTHIS OPPORTUNITY
Jj slip, buy now and make money: several very
cbolce cheap grocery stores, bakeries, drygoods
and notion stores, furnished house full of roomers,
fery profitable large bakery and confectionery
business, cigar stores, feed store, milk depot,
restaurant and dining room, printing office,
shoestores, etc : will exchange good grocery store
In city for building lot. Free particulars. SHKP
ARD ft CO.. 64 Fifth ave. au9
FOR SALE-THAI VERY DESIRABLE 3
story building situate No. 177Thlrd ave.: lot
30x80 It. ; price (16,500; easy terms. GEO. JOHN
STON, Agt., 62 Fourth aye. aul6-32-D
FOR SALE CHEAP-DOWN TOWN PROP
ERTY, bringing In a good rent; situate cor.
Ross st. and First avenue. See W.A. HERRON
ft SONS, 60 Fourth ave. aul6-32-16,17,20,24.27,29
FOR SALE THE NORTHSIDE GRAIN AND
teed elevator and warehouse, corner North
and Irwin avenues, Allegheny, Pa., with all fur
nlshmcnts: a bargain to the right party. Address
J. V. HUTCHINSON, New Brighton, Pa.
FOR SALE-FOURTH AVE. COR. ROSS, A
IU story frame building containing store
room and a large number of dwelling rooms; easy
terms and low price. Call at office for full partic
ulars. BLACK ft BAIRD, SS Fourth ave., G 90.
OR SALE VALUABLE BUSINESS LOCA
TION, cor. Bevcnth ave. and Cherry alley: lot
30x100 ft. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agt., 62 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Ilorses. Vehicles. Live Stock, drc
FOR SALE-HORSE. HARNESS AND COV
ERED wagon: can be seen at E. GKNSEN
LETER'S STABLES, Seventh St. au!6-42
FOR SALE-ROAN PONY AND Bl'ROUL
patent cart aud harress. For particulars
apply toC A. WAKMCASrLE, Central Livery
Stable, East Liberty. aul6-14-FSu
FOR SALE-AN IDEAL DRIVING HORSE,
7-year-old. bright bay, 15H hands, fast trot
ter and would slngie-foot nnder saddle; band
some, perfectly sound and without a fault. B. S.,
Dispatch offlce. aul6-3S-Tursu
OR SALE PAIR BAY GELDINGS 16
hands. 4 years old. show a 40 rait slnrle. show
full mile in 2:50 or better to pole; sound and very
stylish: also srentteman's sinsle roadster, shows a
2:40 gait. BALDWIN ft ELLSWORTH, Washing
ton, Pa. aul4-t
Machinery ana Metals.
FOR SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
and refitted: repairing promptly attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY ANDMACH1NECO..LI6I;,
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles kept in stock, from
4 to 100 b. p. tall refitted; good as new, at lowest
rices; mounted portable engines, 8 to 25 h. p.
1-25 Park way. J. S. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa.
FOR SALE- HOISTING ENGINES. NEW
and second hand: wire and raanllla rope, der
rick and flttlnzs, hoisting tubs and cars, clay and
ore pans, engines, boilers and machinery.
THOMAS CARLIN'S SONS, Lacock and Sandusky
sts., Allegheny. au5-17-MWF
R SALE-FOR CO-SMALL NEW SAFE.
C. IL LOVE, 93 fourth avenue. auIS-4
FOR SALE-I5TEAM YACHT ORION, 21x44
feet, 2 net tons burden: sblpman's automatic
oil engine and boilerr complete running order.
Inquire at JORDAN'S BOATHOUSE,rB. I. MC
CLURE. No. 124 Fourth ave. aulC-22
T OST-ENGLISH MASTIFF. LIGHT FAWN
I i color, two scars on back of head: answers to
name or Max. Finder will be rewarded by return
ing to MISS JENNIE ADAMS, bUnton avenue,
nearHHand, E. E. aulS-J
X OST-IRISH SETTER BITCH. 2 YEARS OLD,
XJ color red. height 22H Inches, white under
breast, on tips or hind Jeet right sldo or nose
and streak under Jaw; has collar with C E. Shir
ley engraved oat It. I C returned to 34C FIFTH
AVENUKa.rewardor(5wll, bepald. aul8-6
64SBmithfield street, Pittsburg, Pa. Freihelbs
TO LET NO. 5 BEDFORD AVE., BEVEN
rooms. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agt., 63 Fourth
are. au 16-56-d
TO LET-NO. 1 BEDFORD AVE.. NINE
rooms. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agt., 62 Fourth
TO LET-NO. 177 THIRD AVE.. ELEVEN
rooms; all conveniences. GEO. JOHNSTON,
Agt., 62 Fourth ave. a16-56-D
TO LET-NO. 955 PENN AVE,, ELEVEN'
rooms and bathroom, laundry, etc. GEO.
JOHNSTON, Agt. 62 Fourth ave. aal6-56-D
TO LEr-NO. 97 CENTER AVE., TEN
rooms, bathroom, laundry, etc. GEO.
JOHNSTON, Agt.. 63 Fourth ave. anl6-56-D
TOLET-AT(I5 PER MONTH. NEAT jiRlCK
house: 6 rooms: No. 201 Plymouthst. W.A.
HERRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
mo LET-NO. 188 BEDFORD AVE.. 6 ROOMS,
X. attic; late improvements: rent low. ,W. A.
HERRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
fTK) LET-(13-NEW DWELLING ON BIG
JL H All street, Mt. Washlnrton: halls, porches,
doable lot, tree water, fine view. F. H. CLARK,
92 Kearsage street. Mt. Washington. auls-33
TO LET-NO. 104 EIDOE AVE.. ALLEGHE
NY, eight rooms. GEO. JOHNSTON. Agt.,
62 Fourth ave. aul6-56-D
TO LET-NO. 36 ESPLANADE ST.. ALLE
GHENY, eight rooms, GEO. JOHNSTON,
Agt.. 62 Fourth are. aul6-56-D
TO LET-DESIRABLE ALLEGHENY RESI
DENCES of 8 and 9 rooms at low rent: call or
send for list free. W. A. HERRON ft SONS. 80
Fourth avenue. . aul4-9-MWF
TO LET NEW C ROOM FRAME HOUSE
Second ward, Allegheny: 2 nice porches;
large ard: (16: no water rents. W. V. Mc
NlflLi: ft BRO., 105 Fourth ave. au!6-50
TO LET-STORE AND DWELLING. NO. 257
Ohio St.. Allegheny City. C. H. LOVE. 93
Fourth avenue. aulS-4
Offices, Desk Room. Occ
TTV3 LET-WELL LIGHTED OFFICE. NEWLY
1 painted: elevator. Janitor service and al
modern conveniences. Apply to GERMANIA
SAVINGS BANK, 423 Wood street. c2S-6$-D
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
IN G, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two of the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be round In the
city; rent, (200 and (300 per annum. Including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam heating.
Apply between 10 A. M. and 1 r. M., or between
2 and 4 r. II. Jy23-7
TO LET-FURNISHED OFFICES LATELY
occupied by the Conuellsvllle Coke ft iron
Co., No. 5 Sixth aye., consisting of two rooms,
taking entire second floor with large vault and w.
c : building best adapted ror outside advertising In
tbe city ; lurnlshlngs ror sale; rent very low. Ap
ply to ii. P. HYNDMAN, No.104 Fifth ave.,dty.
PERSONAL BOOKS'. BOOKSI BOOKS I
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. au3-9S
PERSONAL-WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIFE,
mother or daughters in repairing and clean
ing your old clothes, when It can be done ror a
trifle by DICKSON, the TaUor, cor. Fifth ave.
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 yonr shoulders look as
though you had gone through a snow storm Irom
that dandruff falling from your bea Why don't
you get your barber to give you a, shampoo with
ROSS W. BLACK'S Keystone Snow Flake Err
Shampoo Cream, and I'll guarantee you will
nevor be troubled wltb dandruff any more.
Pittsburg, Angust 9, 1889.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
assessment lor the grading and pavinc of
Natrona alley, from Fifty-second street to Mc
Candless avenne. 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. BIOELOW.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at tho office of tho City Con
troller until Friday, Angust 16, 1889. at 2 o'clock
p. ii., for the erection of a police station in
tbe Thirty-sixth ward. Plans andspeciflcations
can be seen at tho-offlce of tbe Superintendent
of tbe Bnreau of Police. Bonds in doable the
amount of bids will bo required, said bonds to
be probated before tba Mayor or, City Clerk.
The Department ot Awards reserves tbe right
to reject any or all bids. J.O.BROWN,
.Chief of the Department of Public Safety.
XTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-SEALED
S proposals will be received at the office of
the City Controller until the 27th day of Au
gust, A. D. 1889, at 2 p. x., for the following,
Kent alley, from Stanton avenue to Fifty
GRADING. PAVING AND CURBING.
Moultrie street, from Fifth avenue to Forbes
Broad street, from Frankstown avenue to
Howe street, from Aiken avenue to Ivy
Carnegie street, from Fifty-fourth street to
Chestnut street, from Locust street to Bluff
Cedar street, from Liberty avenue to Friend
The paving of all the above named streets to
be either of standard sheet asphalt with bitu
minous base, vulcanite asphalt, block stone.
Irregular block stone or cobble stone, and
bids will be received for each kind of pave
ment. BOARD WALKS.
Virginia avenue from Ulysses street to
William street from Brownsville avenue to
Joel's lane from Grandviewavenue to Omaha
Kearsarge and Belonda streets from Grace
street to Mason street.
Conrad street from Penn avenue to Liberty
avenne, 15 and 20-inch pipe.
' Penn avenne from Pennsylvania Railroad
bridge to the Neglev Run sewer, 15-inch pipe.
South Twenty-fifth street from Josephine
street to the Monongahela river, 24-inch
Gum street from a point 63 feet south of
Cliff street to Webster avenue, 12-inch pipe.
Hemans and Klrkpatrick streets and Center
avenue from Charles street to Reed street, 1?
and IS-iuch pipe.
Rebuilding the Forty-eighth street sewer,
Shaffer and Arch streets culvert.
Plans and specifications c?n be seen and
blanks for bidding can be obtained at this
office. Each propora! must be accompanied
by a bond probated before the Mayor or City
The Department of Awards reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Department ot Public Works.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-SEALED
proposals will be received at the Borgess'
office iu the borough of Greensburg, Pa., until
12 o'clock noon.AUGUBT 17, A. D., 1889. for tbe
ercctlon.of a main brick and stone sewer in
and upon Coal Tar rue in said Dorougb, being
about 1,450 feet long. Flans and specifications
can be seen at any time at my offlce in said
borough. Bidders will come and see lor them
selves and the right to reject any and all bids is
reserved. GYRUS T. LONG.
auT-35-D Borough Engineer.
Notice to Civil Engineers.
Sealed proposals will be received by the
committee until MONDAY, tbe 19th day of
August, A. D. 1889. at 4 p. jr., for the surveying
and establishing the grades, drawing of plans,
etc., for the borough of Tarentnm, Pa.
Specifications and old plans can be seen at
Fleming 4 Ester's drug store. The committee
reserves the right to reject any or all bids.
G. R. HAYDEN. 1
ILH. KENNEDY, Committee.
JB tf.T.OWliBS. )
. PA, July 19, 1889. aull-21-D
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received at the
offlce ot tbe City Clerk ot the city ot Sterling.
Illinois, for furnishing materials and doing the
workof constructing a portion of the Avenue
B" sewer system, and connections and appur
tenances thereto. The work will comprise, ap
proximately, the following:
1.000 lineal feet of 48-inch brick sewer; 5.000
lineal feet of pipe sewer from 6 In. to 24 In. in
diameter, together with the catch basins, man
holes, catch basin and manholecovers, eta, as
shown in plans.
The bids for furnishing pipe, and for the best
Akron cement, to be made separately. The
whole of the work to be completed not later
than Nov. 1, 1889. Flans and specifications
may be seen at the office of the City Clerk.
AU bids must be in the bands of the City
Clerk, J. F. Barrett, on or before August 19.
The Council reserves the right to reject any.
or all bids.
- By order of Com. oa Streets and Alleys.
rOTICE-THE ANNUAL MEETING OT
i the stockholders of the-Pittsburg Forge;
and Iron Company, will bo, held at the offlce of
the company. Tenth street near Penn avenue,
on TUESDAY. August 20.1889 at 11 o'clock A.
if., for the election of directors for the ensuing
year, and for such other business as may ba
brought before them. JAMES K. VERNER,
J 5 RIDGE NOTICE-U.S. ENGINEER OF
5 FICE, Louisville, KyM August 10, 1889.
be Board of Engineers on the Louisville)
bridge will meet in public session at' Major A.
Stlckney's office, Louisville. Ky.,ou September
12,1889, at 11 A. M.. local time, to bear argu
ments for or against the plan and location ot
tbe bridge proposed by the Louisville andJet
fersonville Bridge Co. C. B. COMSTOCK,
Colonel of Engineers, President of tbe Board.
THE CRESCENT BUILDING AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION NO. 2, at Ant. Gerard's
Hall, No. 170 Eighteenth street, S. S.. will bold
tbe nomination of their officers next SATUR
DAY, the 17th of August, at 8 o'clock in the
evening, and Saturday after, the election,
where all members are invited (absence, 50
ceDfs fine), and all those who wish to join ft
For tbe association.
HOLY GHOST COLLEGE
Complete preparatory, commercial and
collegiate departments, reopens WEDNES
DAY. SEPTEMBER4; new students examined
Monday, September 2. Apply to Rev. Johx
T. MTOPHt, C. S. Sp.. President. jyl7-2S
Ursuline Academy, reopens on SEP
ax.jIBER 2; boarders and day scholars r
ceived. For farther particulars apply to
S. STE. GERTRUDE, '
TWO CHOICE SCHOOLS.
BROOKE HALL, forglrls and young
ladles. 8H0RTLIDGE MEDIA ACADEMY;
for boys and young men. SWITHIN C
SHORTLIDGE. A. M. (Harvard graduate),
Media, Pa., near Philadelphia. aul-8
NEW YORK MILITARY ACADEMY;
Cornwall-on-Hudson. Courses of study In
civil engineering, English and classics. Labor
atory, drawing room and field work. Beautiful
Dnllding,' gronnds. location. COL. C. J.
WRIGHT, B. 8., A. M, Supt; BELDEN F.
HYATT. Comd't of CadeW. jelO-U
MOUNTAIN 8EMINARY. BIRMING
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
for illustrated catalogue. A. R. GRIER, Busi
ness Mn'gr. MISS N. J. DAVIS, Principal
T ONG VIEW, BROOKVILLE, PA.,
A Church School for Girls, will reopen SEP
TEMBER 11, 1889. For catalogue apply to
.REV. JOHN G. MULHOLLAND. LL.D-,
MISS MARY MAC DONALD. FORMER
principal of Miss Fuller's school, will
A SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
OCTOBER 1, 1889.
T OCK HILL COLLEGE, ELLICOTT CITY,
JAi Md.; conducted by the brothers of tho
Christian Schools; scientific, classical and com
mercial courses; tho modern languages and
drawing aro taught without extra chargr:
studies will be resumed on the first Mondav of
September. For particulars address BROTHER
DENIS, President. . aul6-23 '
KEBLE 8CH00L. SYRACUBE.N. Y.
Boarding School for Girls. Under the su
pervision of the Rt. Rev. F. D. Huntington, S.
T. D. Tbe nineteenth school year begins
Wednesday, September II, 1889. References
Rr. Rev. H.C. Potter, D.D..N.Y. Rov.Wm.R.
Huntington. D. D.. Grace Church, N. Y. City.
Pres. E. N. Potter, D. D.. Geneva. N. Y Hon.
Andrew D. White, Ithaca, N. Y. Apply to
MISS MARY J. JACKSON, Principal.
THE PEBHSTLYANIA STATE COLLEGE.
Fall session opens September 11. Examinations
for admission September 10. New buildings and
equipment greatly increase tho facilities for In
struction lu all departments. Courses In Agri
culture. Chemistry,- Botany and Horticulture,
Civil. Mechanical and Electrical Engineering,
and in General Science and Modern Languages.'
Special courses ror Ladies. Tuition free fifty
Scholarships entitle tbe holders to tree-room rent.
For catalogue or other Information-address
THE PRESIDENT, State College, Center Co.FaX
ESTATE OF CHARLOTTE "FAULKKER,
deceased Notice is hereby given that let
ters testamentary on the estate of Charlotte
Faulkner, deceased, have beon granted to the
undersigned, to whom all persons indebted .xo
said estate' are requested to make immediate
payment, and those having claims or demands
against the same will make them known with
out delay. OLlVE GEYER PATTERSON,
Executrix, 66 East Diamond street, Allegheny
City, Pa., or a K. GEYER, Atfy at.Law. 118
Diamond st, Pittsburg, Pa. jy26-90-p
Josiah Cohen fc Cc Attorneys at Law, Si Dia
mond street, v
Estate of A. B. Blhlman. deceased.
Notice is hereby given that letters testa
mentary on tbe estate of A C Blblman, de
ceased, late of Third ward, city of Pittsburg,
Allegheny county, Fenna., have been granted
to tbe undersigned, to whom all persons in
debted to said estate are requested to make;
Immediate payment, and those having claims
or demands against the same will make them)
known-without delay to JOSEPH BIHLMAN.'
49 Diamond St., Pittsburg. JOHN J. WAL-;
THER.15S Lowrie St., Allegheny City, Execu-.
tors. jyl2-fi2-r '
BY HENRY AUCTION COMPANY.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS, PIANO, ETC., AT
FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18,
At 10 o'clock, entire furnjsbment of an East
End resldenco moved to the rooms'f or sale.
Stelnway piano forte, large mirrors, Hover bed
sofa, wardrobes, chamber suits in walnut, oak
and mahogany; parlor suits in plush, tapestry
and haircloth; bookcases, desks, sideboards, bu
ner sets,toi!etsets,china and glass ware.Brussels
and ingrain carpet, large lot of linoleum, pil
lows, bolsters, mattress springs and bedding,
lot of hats, caps and notions.
Sale positive, owner leaving the city.
HENRY AUCTION COMPANY,
E. D. WILT, Lessee and Manager.
Week commencing MONDAY, Aug. 19, Mat
inee Saturday only,
Direct from their own. theater, BROADWAY,
NEW YORK. ' ;
An evening's entertainment with this com
pany will cure moie people from all pains than
a whole barrel of Dr. Brown-Scquard's Elixir.
Seats now on sale. aulS-5
Last series at home until Aug. 20.
NEW YORKS VS. ALLEGHENYS. N
Train at 3:40. Game at 4 p. x,
A Royal Pass. anl567
WOOD MANTELS CEILINGU
r . WAINSCOTTING,
Manufacturers and Importers of Flno Furni
ture, Curtains and Ornaments.
Designs and estimates submitted for complete
TRYMBY, HUNT & CO..
1219 and 1221 Market St.
jy3-76-Tur Philadelphia, Par '
91 AND 83 FIFTH AVENUE; , K
Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-7ix
A. WHITELEY. ,
128X THIRD AVEL, -UPSTAIRS J:
Genta'iBhoes soled and heeled In Umiaatesl
f or 73 cents. . ,
Finut work la the city.