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THE PITTSBURG- J5ISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1889.
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CKIME'S EXCUBSION,
The County Treats All the Convicts of
the Workhouse to a Bide,
AT A COST OF $1,200 EVERY YEAE.
Bat ly an Amicable Arrangement Be
tween the Two Cities,
THE EAILEOAD FAKES AEE CHEAPENED
The conveyance of prisoners to the work
house from the cities of Pittsburg and Alle
gheny annually costs the county $600, and
it is estimated by Warden Warner that it
cost two-thirds as much to pay the fares
back to the city of those who are discharged.
During 1888 the "West Penn Railroad Com
pany received probably $1,200 from the
workhouse passenger traffic, and only about
I f60 from the traffic to and from the Alle
l gheny City Poor Home, which is also lo
cated at Claremont
By an amicable arrangement between the
county and city authorities a Earing of at
least $500 pervear has been effected in these
passenger fares. The expense of conveying
prisoners to the workhouse is Fustained by
(he county. Under the law, an officer was
allowed 90 cents for each prisoner taken to
that institution. As it frequently happens
that one officer conveys half a dozen pris
oners, he. would be able to clear a nice sum
every day at the county's expense. "When
the workhouse was opened, in 1870, County
Controller Henry Lambert, who was the pre
decessor of "Warden Henry Warner in the
Controller's office, made an amicable ar
rangement with the Mayors of Pittsburg and
Allegheny, by which the Controller pur
chased and furnished to the officers of the
two cities what are called "family trip
books," good either way between Alltgheny
City and Claremont over the West Penn
road. Each of these books contains coupons
for 50 rides, and cost $8 70. As the fare one
way is 27 cents, a saving is made of $4 80 on
every 50 trips. There is an actual saving, as
explained by Warden Warner, even greater
than this.
nOW IT IS SAVED.
For instance, yesterday sixteen prisoners
were taken from the city to the workhouse,
in charge of only three officers. Under the
law these three officers would receive $14 40
from the, county for their prisoners. The
actual expense of the officers, by purchasing
one-way tickets for their prisoners and
round-trip tickets for themselves, would be
only $5 64. Under the system in vogue. 22
coupons required for yesterday's trip cost
the county only $3 83, making a saving of
$10 57 on yesterday's;work alone.
In 1883 Pittsburg sent 2,508 prisoners to
the workhouse, Allegheny City 368, and the
county outside of the city sent 139. From
other counties 120 pay prisoners were re
ceived. For four years there has been a
constant and decided decrease in the num
ber of men and women sent to Claremont
from the two cities. For this decrease War
den Warner said that he was wholly unable
to account. He considers it to be merely
the ebb and flaw discernible in the statistics
of nearly every penal institution in the
county. The daily average of prisoners
during 1588 was 504. Yesterday there were
618 inmates, of whom 88 were women
The Warden pays the fare of all female
prisoners discharged and desiring to return
to the city. The fares of many male
prisoners are paid, according to the dis
cretion of the Warden. If the weather is
:--lement, or If the prisoner be old. lame or
his fare is paid. During the summer
s two-thirds of the male prisoners dis
' walk to the city. Sometimes an
-odied prisoner has been a good and
.aUe worker during his confinement,
fUf tljea his fare is paid as a matter of re
nird. c
"Many of the prisoners soon return," Mr.
Warner says. "They are unfitted lor any
other work, and seem to be unable to earn a
living. Not a few prefer to live at the
workhouse. They are like fish out of water
when they are away from here. I imagine
that you cannot guess how many times some
of our inmates have been here. One man is
serving his fifty-filth term."
THREE YEARS TRANSPORTATION.
The ticket books for persons sent to the
Allegheny City Poor Home, at Claremont,
are purchased by Major Hunker, of the Al
legheny Board of Charities. The item is
not a large one, as only 165 persons were
sent to the Poor House last year. Nearly
the same number of persons were discharged
from the institution, and they were likewise
furnished tickets back to the city.
The following number of prisoners were
sent to the workhouse during the past three
years:
1SS6L 1S87. 18S8.
From Pittsburg 2,878 2,768 2,5u8
From Allegheny 616 439 36S
County, except city 209 100 139
Othercounties 129 H3 120
All of which figures furnish an idea of
. what crime and the administration do for a
railroad company in the way of patronage.
OP TWO C0L0ES.
Pecnllarliy in the Eyes of a Prisoner Up
nt (lie Workbome.
John Manning, the man who was sent to
the workhouse on July 29, for his assault on
Rev. Father Schaeper, in St. Philomena's
Church, is employed in the garden at the
workhouse. He is a native of France, 49
years old, and a farmer and gardener by
profession. The attendants at tbe work
house, Warden Warner says, consider the
man slightly insaue. A reporter had a talk
with Manning yesterdav, and asked him to
say why he had assaulted the priest. The
prisoner said:
"He be rubbing me down all the while.
He send people after me everv night. I
thought I rub him down."
This was all that could be gotten out of
the fellow. He looks and talks like an
insane man, but is said to be a good farmer.
His left eye is dark brown and his right eye
a light gray.
HE WAS WEIGHTED- DOWtf.
Why Win. StlrslHz Very Nearly Drowned
in the River.
The man who was overcome while bring
ing a drowning boy out of the Monongahela
river at the Tenth street bridge Monday
was Wm. Stieglitz instead of Ued Young,
as first reported. When he jumped into tbe
water Mr. Stieglitz had three pounds of
tacks and a heavy hammer in the pockets of
his coat, and it was this weight that helped
to tire him. He was slightly injured in
running down the bank, but was able to be
about yesterday. This is the third person
he has rescued.
The Eighth Street Explosion.
Coroner McDowell resumed the inquest
on the bodies of John O'Connor, John
Miller and John Grunier, the three men
killed August 9 by the Eighth street ex
plosion. Tne following verdict was re
turned: The deceased came, to their deaths on Au
gust 9. while testing the pipe main :ine by
means of air, and tbo deadcap coming off,
through tbe breaking of a bolt, the concussion
of the air causing the injuries wblcb proved
fatal, and that from all tbe evidence the Jury
found that every possible precaution had been
taken by tbe contractors and workmen, and
that their deatbs were accidental and unavoid
ble. Beecham's Pills cure sick headache.
Peaes' Soap, tbe purest and best ever made.
PERSONS returning from their summer
vacation with improved looks and health,
should have their photographs taken by
Pabbs, 602 Liberty street.
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LIVE EXPOSITION HEWS.
Power Hall Will Be Finished In Time
What It Going on In Main Ball A
Splendid Art Gallery.
A stroll to the vicinity of the Exposition
buildings discloses a scene of great activity.
A small army of workmen is working vig
orously, and with bright prospects of get
ting things into shape by this day two
weeks. Power Hall, seen from a distance,
is very delusive to the eyesight. It looks
small as seen from the Sixth street bridge,
owing to its skeleton frame. As a matter
of fact, it is 300 feet long and 112 feet wide.
Thereof is nearly completed, and the task
of covering the frame is being rushed. The
tremendously heavy oak flooring is nearly
all dewj, and the turrets at each corner are
being marked in rapidly. The foundations
for the two engines have been finished, also
tbe foundation for a water tank 21x42 feet.
The restaurant, 114x72 feet in size, is
nearly completed. It is built on piles and
projects over the river. A promenade 10
feet wide runs the entire length of the
building overhanging the river. Tickets to
meals will include the view from the river.
It may not be as grand as the view from the
Eiffel Tower Bestaurant,out it will be pretty
well for Pittsburg. The building; will be
completed this week. Murphy & Hamilton
have 108 men working 12 hours a dav, and
say that tbey have things in a forward con
dition. The floor space will be ready for
the exhibitors next week. The "tin-plate"
annex at the west end of the main building
will be finished this week. Some enterpris
ing chap has received permission to erect a
large living horse on the open space between
the end ot the 'building and the Union
bridge.
Main building is now in the hands of the
exhibitors. The huge edifice has been
painted a warm red throughout. The pil
lars have been picked out in red and light
brown, and look quite artistic The gal
leries are handsomely painted. Measure
ments were taken yesterday for the decora
tion of the roof timbers. Their ungainly
outlines will be concealed by red, white and
blue bunting. Nearly all the platforms are
constructed by the exhibitors, and from the
outside all the approaches and sidewalks are
being placed in order. The new and im
proved turnstiles, eight in all, four for each
entrance, have arrived and are ready to be
set up. They are mostly of iron, and are
considerable of an improvement upon the
old Centennial turnstiles. About the only
piece of carpentry work now in the building
erected by exhibitors is the handsome pagoda
of S. S. Marvin & Co. This stands on the
gallery fronting the main entrance. It will
be colored black, white and gilt. The band
stand and the sounding board at the back
are completed. The band stand is directly
over the main entrance.
The art gallery is one of the finest ever
erected in America. There are six large
chambers with labyriuthian entrances so
contrived that no light enters except from
the apertures at the top, which are covered
with white muslin, the walls being built so
as to contract nearly half at the top. The
prevailing color is dark red, and the effect
is to Becure a "dim religious light." jnst
the thing for the proper display of pictures.
These latter were moved in yesterday( and
the job of hanging will be immediately
commenced by Artist Clarence Johns. The
art gallery certainly gives evidence of care
in its preparation. The system of foot
lights for each row of pictures will be very
comprehensive.
The Westinghouse people have finished
the job of changing all the incandescent
lights from 16 to 25 candle power. There
are now 864 incandescent and 22 arc lights
in the building A number of other special
display lights are to be put in.
Union men are watching the interior of
main building very closely. Two car
penters at work yesterday on a stand for a
music firm were notified to quit; and lost no
time in getting out. No non-union man
will be allowed to strike a lick in the build
ing, for Murphy & Hamilton's force stands
ready to quit at a moment's notice.
Heinz, the pickle man. will have a
unique display. He has the entire east wall
of the building, and erected a scaffold yes
terdav. To-day a huge canvas will be
stretched, covering nearly the entire space.
Painters will cover the''canvas'with au fm-H
mense view of Mr. Heinz pickle garden.
At the bottom of this view will be a space
20 feet high and the width .of the dead wall,
with figures worked out in pickle bottles.
It will be the greatest pickle exhibit ever
made in this country.
It is a singular thing, but tbe first exhibit
Sut in permanent position in the main
uilding is the old ''Vigilant" fire engine,
with its old leather hose and queer brass'in
scriptlon marked "Instituted in 1811."
The Exposition Society managers held
their regular meeting yesterday afternoon.
The business transacted was principally of
a routine character. The contracts for
lighting tbe building during the Exposi
tion were approved. The cost will be about
$12,000.
Although the work at the Exposition
grounds looks discouraging to outsiders,
tbe managers still have no fear of it not be
ing ready for the opening. Manager
Johnston said yesterday it would not be
any fault of his if the work is not done. He
has been insisting on the work being pushed
night and day.
From Homestead to Braddaek.
Yesterday morning the Braddock and
Homestead Steel Railway Company were
granted a charter at the State Department,
Harrisburg. The line of railway is as fol
lows: From the Mifflin township road, Al
legheny county, some 200 feet east of Home
stead; thence to City Farm street, and by
Sixth avenue and Hayes to Eighth avenue,
from which it goes by township road to the
corner of Calhoun plan of lots, returning by
the same route. The capital stock is $20,000
and the stockholders are W. F. McCook, of
Swissvale; B. F. Bafferty and A. A. Getty,
of Pittsburg; A. L. Henderson and C. K.
Sewell, Alfegheny City.
A Family Disrupted.
On Monday evening before Justice Con
rad, of Mt. Oliver, John Kramer, Sr.,
charged his second wife, Mrs. Mary
Kramer, aged 22 years, with improper con
duct with her stepson, John Kramer, Jr.
Mr. Kramer, Sr., is over SO years of age,
and has been married over sir years. They
live on tbe Jorg farm in Baldwin township
The young people denied all the evidence
brbught forward, and entered bail for court.
The Enterprise Sunk.
On Monday night the steamboat Enter
prise sank near Georgetown in ten feet of
water. She was coming up with ten empty
barges and running into a snag, sprung a
leak and went down. She 'is owned by
O'Neill & Co., and they have begun the
work of raising her, but being in a very bad
position it is expected, she will occasion
some trouble. The loss is put at 515.000.
No More Fortune Telllnc
Tbe case of MadameHattie Delefanto,
charged with fortune telling, was discharged
yesterday afternoon by Magistrate Mc
Kenna upon tbe payment of costs and the
promise from Mr. Donaldson that the mu
seum on Sixth street would be closed.
HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE
Makes Delicious Lemonade.
A teaspoonful added to a glass of hot or cold
water.and sweetened to tbe taste, will be found
refreshing and Invigorating.
A Duty Becomes a Flensure
When that duty is to patronize a home in
dustry, and that industry is the manufacture
of excellent beer. Frauenheim & Vilsack's
"Pittsburg Beer" is home brewed and in
comparably the finest beer In the market.
Telephone 1186.,
Fob travelers it is a necessity the Gen
uine Brown's Ginger, Fred. Brown. Phila
delphia, 1822. Get it at your druggists.
The highest price psid for ladies' and
gentlemen's cast off clothing. De Haan's
Big 6, Wylie aye. . yBVk
WITH 16 DELEGATES
Pittsburg Will be Ably Represented
at the Waterway Convention.
TO-DAY'S MPORTAHT MEETING.
The
Ohio and Bearer Dam and
Scheme Goes Booming.
Canal
BIG IHPfiOTEMENTS ON MOJiONGAHELA
The meeting of all river coal operators
and steamboatmen in the office of John A.
Wood & Sons, 86 Water street, this after
noon at 2 o'clock means more than would
at first appear to those outside of the circle.
Ostensibly they are to meet to elect dele
gates to the Western Waterway Convention,
to be held in Cincinnati on September 4.
Heretofore such a meeting in regard to
the annual convention has not created much
of an excitement among the rivermen; now
they are all looking forward to the conven
tion as the most important step toward re
trieving the waning- prestige of the river
coal kings.
As a a gentleman in John A. Wood's
office said yesterday, business on the river
has continued to be very dull, and the
rivermen and coal operators say something
must be done. The one thing that will
bring back the old days and enliven river
trade, in their opinion is the proposed sys
tem of dams to Beaver on the Ohio, and
the canal thence to the lakes.
Capt. I. N. Bunton, 'of Jos. Walton Ss
Co., said yesterday that the delegates who
will be sent to the convention from Pitts
burg will advocate strongly the dam and
canal scheme above all other improve
ments on the Ohio, and would do all possi
ble to have the projecct carried through.
PITTSBURG'S BIO DELEGATION.
Sixteen delegates, at least, will be ap
pointed to-day to go the convention. Besides
the dam and 'canal project, they will look
after the proper location of a couple of new
bridges at Wheeling and Louisville, and
also a general agreement as to the improve
ments necessary, but the accomplishment of
the proposed canal project will be the chief
topic brought by the members of this sec
tion before the convention. The end to be
achieved is to show the feasibility ot the
project, and the great results to commerce
that would accrue therefrom.
Governor Beaver has already written the
rivermen here, allowing them to name men
for the commission authorized by the Legis
lature to look up the canal and dam project
and the men will be selected soon.
The decrease in the Southern coal trade
is attributed by some as due to the cheap
ness of mining the Alabama and Tennessee
coal and other mines South. The coal is
far inferior, but is used on account of its
cheapness.
Captain Joseph Walton said that in
many of the mines convicts are employed,
costing little more than their "keep."
The convention in September will repre
sent all the steamboatmen of tbe Mississippi,
Ohio and their tributaries withthe interests
of navigation involved by all.
A MONONGAHELA TRItrMPH.
Dam No. 8, on the Monongahela river, is
expected to be completed by December 1.
This dam will be of immense importance to
Morcantown. W. "Va.. andisot considerable
interest to this neighborhood also, especially
to the river packet company. When finished
a Morgantowner can take a boat in the even
ing and come to this city by morning, rest
ing during the night in his stateroom as
comfortably as at home, and be in this city
in the morning refreshed and ready - for
business Colonel Merrill is authority for
the statement that the dam will be finished
this season.
The bnilding of this dam affords another
illustration of how-not-to-do-it method of
Government building. The lock has been fin
ished for quite awhile, and at times portions
of the work on the dam have-been built, but
successive freshets not only stopped work
but carried much away that had been done.
This delay has also been aggravated by the
Government method of mating appropria
tions which have been the cause'ot the loss
of much of the work. When the appropria
tion is exhausted work ceases.
President M. K. Moorhead, of the Mo
nongahela Navigation Company, also states
that West Virginia influence has stood in
the way of the prosperity of the section
about Morgantown. Tbe navigation com
pany owns dam No. 7, and No. 8 was in
tended to have been built before No. 9, but
West Virginia thought hest to have No. 9
built before No. 8, thinking the building of
the former would expedite that of the latter.
ME. MOOKHEAD'S POINT.
Mr. Moorhea'd makes a point on the mat
ter in the controversy between his company
and the Government. He says that dam
No. 7 has already cost $236,000 and is not
completed, while the Government has ap
pealed from the award of $207,000 for dam
No. 8, which is lower than No. 7, being
further down the river. It seems that the
Monongahela Navigation Company will
likely go on collecting tolls for four'or five
years yet in consequence of the appeal, as it
is thought that much time will be consumed
before the legal entanglement is straight
ened. GRAND AESIT EXCURSIONS
Over tbe Pennsylvania Lines
TO MILWAUKEE AND RETURN
August 21 to 28, inclusive.
From Pittsburg, Pa $11 00
From Allegheny, Pa 11 00
From Washington, Pa 11 00
From Wheeling, W. Va 11 00
From Steubenville, Ohio 11 00
From Rochester, Pa 11 00
From Newcastle, Pa 11 00
'From Youngstown, Ohio 11 00
'From Wellsville, Ohio 11 00
-TO CHICAGO AND RETURN,
August 21 to 24, inclusive.
From Pittsburg, Pa $9 00
From Allegheny, Pa 9 00
From Washington, Pa 9 00
From Wheeling, W. Va 9 00
From Steubenville, Ohio 9 00
From Bochester.Pa 9 00
From Newcastle, Pa 9 00
From Youngstown, Ohio 9 00
From Wellsville, Ohio 9 00
For particulars inquire of agents at
stations named, or address Samuel Moody,
District Passenger Agent for the Pennsyl
vania lines, 1127 Liberty street, Pittsburg.
E. A. Fobd, General Passenger Agent.
Fliubnrc College of Shorthand,
Corner Sixth and Liberty streets. Fully
three-fourths of all who undertake the stud v
of shorthand are 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 wbo 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 ciroulars and information call on or ad
dress J. T. Porter, Principal. mws
G. A. R. Excursion Rate to Mllsvnnkee, 811
Via the P. & W. R'y.
The Pittsburg and Western Railway will
sell round trip tickets to Milwaukee August
21 to 27 for $11; to Chicago, on same dates,
lor $9. Tickets good going on Chicago Ex
press leaving Allegheny at 1:40 p. it. citv
time, daily. Pullman sleeping cars and J
brat-class day eoacnes run tnrougn to Chi
cago without change. d
Use "Una" flour finest spring patent in
the world. "Golden Wedding"-the best of
bread flours. "Duquesne" has no equal as
a pastry flour. Horhing's "Ivory," gem of
all family flours.
Cabinet photos, 89c per doz. Lies' Pop
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st mwfsu
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THE BIG CONSPIRACY.
Still Another Arrest A Third Alderman Be
Ids Looked For Why the Other Class of
Blackmailing la Not Prosecuted.
Alderman Hyndman was asked last even
ing if any information had been made be
fore him by Police Inspector Whitehouse in
a new set of blackmailing cases, said to
center in the Lawrenceville district. He
replied that no information had been made
as yet The cases are said to involve the
proprietors of questionable resorts other
than speak-easies.
From another official it is learned, how
ever, that a number of cases have been
brought to the attention of the police, but
they are of such a nature as to render it
impossible to secure evidence. Married men
have committed indiscretions which have
been made the basis oi charges against
them. Dreading publicity, the men hsve
invariably settled in the usual back-room
fashion in a certain Alderman's office.
The nature of the cases absolutely preclude
the possibility of securing evidence, as few
men will consent to make an information
at the risk of losing their own characters.
So that while the police have more than a
suspicion as to the existence of a widespread
scheme of blackmailing, specific evidence
is entirely out of their reach. The Depart
ment of Public Safety has been long cog
nizant of the condition of affairs in Law
renceville, but has been unable to move in
the matter.
Frank McCall, brother of "Keddy" Mc
Call, who was arrested -yesterday morning
as he was going from his home on the
Twenty-eighth street hill to work in Ham
ilton's glasshouse, was removed from the
Twelfth to the Nineteenth ward station by
order of Inspector Whitehouse yesterday
afternoon. He is alleged to have been one
of the Bauder gang, and is charged with
conspiracy before Magistrate Hyndman.
The specific charge against him is that he
and two others entered a charge of con
ducting a speak-easy against David Turner,
of Troy Hill, and afterward settled the case
for $67. He will be kept there until Mon
day afternoon at 3 o'clock, when Aldermen
Callen and Doughty, James McCall and
Lewis Betz will have a hearing before Al
derman Hyndman. Inspector Whitehouse
said Alderman Maneese and George
Bracket are yet to be arrested. The Alder
man is not at home at present, and Bracket
has sought the wilds of West Virginia.
SPEAE-EASIE3 IN BACKWOODS.
The Operator of One Sent to Pittsburc From
West Virginia.
John Joseph Putnam, a resident of Greene
county, Pennsylvania, near the line of West
Virginia, was lodged in jail here yesterday,
for trial in the United States District Court
on a charge of selling liquor without a
Government license.
Putnam was arrested just across the line,
in West Virginia by United States Marshal
White. An order for his removal to Pitts
burg for trial here was made by the District
Court of West Virginia, and Marshal White
arrived with him yesterday afternoon.
THE WESTERN UNIVERSITY.
Valuable Acquisitions to the Faculty.
The Board of Trustees have elected as a
member of the faculty Prof. Edward H.
Bice, of Springfield, Mass., a graduate of
Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn.,
class of '71, Doctor of Philosophy from
Leipzig, in 73, and a student of the College
de France. Dr. Bice has had 12 years of
successful experience in teaching and man
aging schools of a high order. In the uni
versity he will have entire charge of the
Greek and French classes and take part in
the instruction in English literature. Prof.
E. J. Shawa graduate of Michigan Uni
versity, who brings with him the experi
ence of many years, will have charge of
Latin and give instruction in rhetoric.
Both these gentlemen expect to be present
before the opening of the next term, Sep
tember 5.
- 83 OO Cleveland and Return 83 00.
Excursions via the .P., Ft. W. & C. Kyr
and C. &,P. B. B--Thursday, August 22.
Trains leave Union station at 6:30 a. m. and
12:45 P. M., central time. Tickets good
returning until Angus. 25. mws
Free! Free!
To introduce our fine crayon work, 100
25x30 life size crayons will be given away
by Hendrick & Co., No. 68 Federal street,
Allegheny, beginning August l.to the hold
ers of their family tickets. This is your
chance for a portrait.
Bauerlein Brewing Company's pure,
unadulterated amber bottled oeer pints or
quarts, is especially brewed for and adapted
to family consumption. Telephone 1018,
Bennett, Pa. hwp
If sold quick, a desirable North avenue
(Allegheny) residence, 10 rooms, cor. lot,
at a very greatly reduced price.
W. A. Hereon & Sons,
i ws - 80 Fourth ave.
Cabinet photos, 89c per doz. Lies' Pop
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st, mwfsu
MEETINGS.
VTOTIOE SPECIAL ilEETING SOUTH
1 SIDE Council No. 133, Jr. O.U.A.M.
'mere will be a special meeting of the above
named council at their ball, Twenty-seventh
and Sarah streets, THURSDAY. August 22, at
12:30 F. M.. to make arrangements to attend tbe
funeral of our late brother John J. Hoffman,
at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Members of
sister councils are Invited to attend. O. G.
WALTER, V. C. A. G.WALTER, Rec Sec
au21-61
BUSINESS CHANGES.
"VTOTICE THOMAS M. McKEE IS A
r member of tbe Arm of Mckee & Brothers.
S. 8ELLERS McKEE. au21-47
Pittsburg, August 20, 1889.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing; between A.D. Neeld, J. G. Gal
lagher and N. Patterson, under the firm name
of Neeld & Co., has, this day, been dissolved.
A. D. Neeld having purcbased the interests of
the other two partners, will pay all debts owing
by tbe said firm, and will receive payment of
all bills due said firm.
A. D. NEELD,
J. G. GALLAGHER,
jyl7-31-w N. PATTERSON.
PROPOSALS.
PROPOSALS WILL BE TAKEN FOR THE
repainting of 4 school houses (two coats) in
McCandless township up to August 31. Board
will meet at No. i at 1 p. jr.
WM. EMRICK, Secretary,
an21-9-wr Perrysville P. O.
na GENERAL LIGHT-HOUSE DEPOT.
. Office of U. S. Light-Hoase Inspector,
Third District, Tompkinsvlllo, N. Y August
12, 1889. Lightship chain and anchors. Sealed
proposals will be received at this office until 1
o'clock P. M., on Tuesday, tbe 3d of September.
1889, to furnish and deliver lightship chains and
mushroom anehors at the Light-House Depot,
Tonipkinsville, N. Y. Drawings and specifica
tions may be had on application to this office.
The right is reserved to reject any or all bids,
and to waive any defects. By order of the
Light-House Board. FREDERICK ROD
GERS, Commander, U. S. N., Inspector.
ao20-60
Office of Borough Clerk, i
McKEESPOBT. PA Anrust 21. ixso. f
VTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-SEALED
J.1 proposals will be received at the office of
tne Borough Clerk until FRIDAY, August 23,
A. D. 1889, at 4 P. M.,- for the construction of a
7-foot brick sewer through tbe property of tbe
Monongahela Furnace Co. from the north line
of the P. McK. & Y. R. R. to the Monongahela
river. Plans and specifications of the above
work can be seen, and blanks for bidding, and
all Information can be had at the Engineer's
office on and after this date. Each proposal
must be accompanied by a bond In double the
amount of the proposal, and probated before a
Notary Public, and" said proposals must be
handed In on or. before the above specified
time; unless said requirements are strictly
carried out tbe bid will not be considered. Tbe
Committee on Sewers reserve the right to re
ject any or all proposals.
GEORGE BOSSART, Borough Clerk.
au21-29
TO EUROPE WE SELL TIOKETBtFOR
the loading lines, secure berths and nass
ports Issue drafts, letters of credit and money
orders, and sell foreign com at N. Y. rites.
MAX SCHAMBERG & CO., 627 SmitbtlelfJ St.,
Pittsburg. auam-wSu
tO-IHtplau advertisement on dollar per
square for oie insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, ef&, ten cents per line for each inser
tlon,and none taken for less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
BRANCH OFFICES.
For the accommodation of the
publio, 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 morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have account with Tub D1S
rATcat prrrsBTJEQ.
THOMAS MCCAFFKEY. 35oS Butler street.
FJ1IL G. STUCKEY, Mth street and Penn ave,
E. G. STUCKEY ACO., Wylle ave. and Fulton it.
3. UTOKELY. Firth Avenue Market House.
EAST END.
J. W. WALLACE, Slzt Pens avenue.
OAKT.AXP.
MCALLISTEB ft SHELBLEK, 5th a V. ftAlwood it.
sourasrpE.
JACOB SPOHN. So. Z Canon street.
H. A.DONALDSON, 1707 Carson street.
ALLEGHENY.
A. J. KAEHCHEK, 59 Federal street.
H. J.McBRIDE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FEED B. EGOEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. B. EOGEKS ft SON, Ohio and Chestnut its.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCI1EN BY, Western and Irwin aves.
O. W. HUGHES; Pennsylvania and Bearer aves.
PEHRYM. GLEIM. Kebeccaand Allegheny aves.
WANTED.
Male Hcln.
"TTTANTED-THHEE GOOD BRICKLAYERS.
TV Inquire of JAS. ATKINSON, Homestead.
SU21-34
TTT'ANTED A COLORED SHORT ORDER
V cook. E. W. HAGAN'S, KSSmithfleldst.,
city. au21-I2
WANTED-LABORERS AT PARK OUAK-
HIES, Conway station on P., Ft. W. ft C.
K. K. auZl-t5
TTTASTED-SIX LATHER3-B 3 PER THOU
V SAMD. Apply H. WHITE, Fourth Ward
Hotel, Johnstown, Pa. au2l-S7
WAN TED-BARBERS AT THE ORIGINAL
and old reliable barbers' supply house, 80
DIAMOND ST., Pittsburg. au21-17-Mwr
WANTED TWO POLISHERS ON STOVE
work. ApplytoPITTSBURUPLATKCO.,
28 Sandusky St., Allegheny. an21-U
TTJ'A-N TED-STOVE FOUNDER-INOUIRE
vV DeHAVEN ft CO. LIM., cor. Prebie and
Stanton avenues, Allegheny. au21-Z3
WANTED-A GOOD WAGON MAKFK.
Immediately. CORNER WYOMING AND
SYCAMORE STS., Mt. Washington. au21-3
WANTED-1MMEDIATELY, ONE FIRST
CLASS vest mater; none but experienced
workmen need apply. No. 301 BEAVER AVE.,
Allegheny, Pa. au20-9
WANTED BOOK AGENTS FOR NEW
book Jnst out: one agent took 88 orders In
one week. HI FEDERAL HI'., Room 2, second
floor, Allegheny. au21-4S
TTT-ANTED-EXPERIENCED POLISHERS
TV and buffers on brass: also; on cast Iron
store plates for nickeling. 28 Sandusky St.. Alle
gheny. CUTTER MFG. CO. anZl-38
WANTED-AT ONCE-A GOOD CARPET
npholcterer: apply by letter only: perma
nent situation. PUSEY ft KERR, lid and 118
Federal street, Allegheny, Pa. au21-18
"YITANTED-SALESMEN TO SELL A PATENT
TV ledger, advertising cards, fans, calendars,
rulers, novelties for adiertliing, etc. to mer
chants. MODEL LEDGER CO., South Bend. Ind.
au9-M-ZOD
WANTED ACCIDENT INSURANCE;
first-class solicitors wanted In city and
country; highest remuneration. Address FIDEL
ITY MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION. 604 Kearney
St., San Francisco, Cal.
au29-74
TT7-ANTED FIRST-CLASS, SOBER PRE
YV SCRIPTION glass blowers: also a few good
finishers: union wages; steady work; fare paid;
write fully- say who vou worked for. CHICAGO
GLASS MFG. CO.. Chicago. ault-45-D
WANTED-PUPILS-TYfEWRrriNG AND
nse of tbe phonograph and phonograph
graphaphone taught at the WESTERN PENNA.
PHON OGRAPH txi.'S, 148 Fifth are. ; situations
will be secured for educated operator.
auU-81-wrsa
TTTANTED FOB THE UNITED STATES
Y V army, able-bodied, unmarried men, between
the ages of 21 and 35 years: good pay. rations,
clothing and medical attendance. Apply at NO.
S15 PENN AVENUE, Pittsburg, Pa.
JyH-30-WSu
WANTED-AGENTS TO SOLICIT OEDERS
for our celebrated oil portraits; tbe finest
made: no experience required: beginners earn
SM a week; t2 outfit free: send for full particulars;
a rare chance. SAFFORD ADAMS ft CO., 48
Bond st New York. auIO-31-D
WANTED-A SINGLE GENTLEMAN TO
oversee and Instruct a number of boys:
teacher will be required to lodge In tha building:
no objection to teacher being otherwise employed
during the day: reference required. Address
DIKECIOR, Dispatch office. au21-lS
-TTTANTED-MANAGERS EVERYWHERE TO
VV takechargeofourbnslness:adrertlse. dis
tribute circulars and employ help; wages S50 to
(US per month: expenses adTanced; state experi
ence, wages expected, also your preference for
homework or traveling. SLOAN ft CO., Manu
facturers, 294eorge street, Cincinnati, O.
auia-14
TIT-ANTED MAN-TO TAKE AGENCY OF
VV our safes; size 28x18x18 Inches: weight 500
lbs. : retail price (85; other sizes in proportion; rare
chance to create permanent buslaess at home:
these safes meet demand never before supplied by
otbersafe companies, as we are not governed by
the Safe Pool. ALPINE SAFE CO., Cincinnati. O.
Je-4-p
Female Help.
-TTT-ANTED GIRLS -EXPERT IN WRAP
V V PIN G, dipping and packing confectionery;
experienced hands only. BEYMER ft BROTH
ERS, Wood st. au20-21
WANTED AT ONCE, A FIRSVCLASS
saleslady for finest city trade: salary (10 per
week: bring references; call after 9: JO A.M. H.
A. SCHROEDER, 701 Smlthfleld st. auIl-IS
SInle and Female Help.
TITANTED-AT ONCE 60 LABORERS: tl.H
VV per day; steady work; 20 farm hands. 1
waiters, dlningroom girls and chambermaids.
saleslady and sewing girl. 8 dish washers and
pantry girls, hotel cook
645 Grant street.
ox, nouse gins. ulcua.I'K,
auzi-D
WANTED -83 WEEKLY-REPRESENTATIVE,
male or female. In every community;
goods staple: household neoesslty; sell at sight; no
peddling; salary paid promptly, and expenses ad
vanced. Full particulars and valuable sample
case free; we meanjucl what we say. Addressat
once STANDARD SILVERWARE CO.. Boston.
Mass. jel4-70-D
Situations.
TfTANTED-BY A COMPETENT MAN-A
V situation as driver: can also attend to gar
den and cows: either in city or country. Address
B., No. 1S5 Federal street, Allegheny. an21-28
WANTED SITUATION BY YOUNG
Frenchman who understands a little Ger
man, but no English, to drive and take care of
cows, farm, etc. Address JULES CRETIENE,
1605 Carson St., S. S. an3M6
Partner.
WANTED-PARTNER WITH 5, 000 CAPITAL
to take hair Interest In well established
light manufacturing business In this city: closest
Investigation Is asked. AU particulars from W.
W. MCNEILL ft BRO., 105 Fourth ave. au20-5S
Boarder and Lodgers.
-TTANTED SUMMER BOARDERS THE
VV Summervllle, at St. Clair, Is beautifully
situated on tbe St. Clair river. For particulars
addreps C. F. bTONE, St. Clair, Mich. au20-43
FlnanriaU
TfTANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY PROF-
VV ERTY. over 84,000; Mi per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVLit ft CO.. 92Fourth avenue.
mh2-a22-D
TTTANTED-8500 TO 89X1,000 TO LOAN ON
VV mortgages: 4. Sand per cent. JAHES
W. DRAPE ft CO.. 129 Fourth are., Pittsburg.
aul5-76-15,lS,17,19.21,23,24,28,2S,30
"VTTA N T E D-MORTGAGES-LARGE AND
TV smaliamounts on Improved city property
at 5 per cent. W. A. HEBRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth
aveuue. aul-80-l,3A7,9,lX14,lS,19,21,;3.23,8,30
WANTED-MOlTGAGS-1.000,O00TOLOAN
In large and small amounts at 4. 5 and S
per cent, free of State tax; no delay.
. KCJ!.Lr B.
wiinj uu.. ui tonrui are.
myn-60
WANTED MORTGAGES WE HAVE
money to loan on city or suburban lm
frored real estate, in large or small amounts, at
owest rates. ALEXANDER ft LEE. 313 Wood
si. aui7-is-xws
AHTEl-TO LOAN 8500,000. IN AMOUNTS
of 83,000 and npward, on city and suburban
property, on ij per cent, free or tax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK ft BAIRD,
95 Fourth avenue.
se21-d2S-p
TTT-ANTED MORTGAGES-SI, 000, C00TO LO AN
V V on city and suburban properties at H, Sand
lt lub, lUUVU iruiB AU tUCKUCll. uu SUJlb-
cent counties at .6 per cent.
41. X-JUilNUUO.
ova, iuj j ourw arenue.
ap7-fU
TTTANTED TO LOAN (200,000 ON MORT
VV GAGES: two and upward at 8 per cent;
8500,000 at 4 per cent on residences or business
property: also In adjoining counties. 8. U.
FRENCH. 125 Fourth aTenue. oc3l-e84-
3Ilce!laneonju '
TTJANTED-BY PEAESON, LEADING PHO
YV TOGRAPHER, 98 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that be is making fine cabinet at 81 CO per
dozen: photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous process. mhl3-83
WANTED-BARBERS TO KNOW THAT THE
secret or our success Is that we have the
most substantial and best upholstered' chairs at
astonishingly low prices; the fact that our chairs
and other goods are found In ninety-nine out of
every hundred shops In this city and adjacent
towns Is sufficient evidence of our claim. ROSS
W. BLACK 80 Diamond st., Pittsburg; tbe origi
nal Barbers; Supply Bouse. aull-17-Mwr
.'?-ji jki ?i-
WANTED.
Miscellaneous.
WANTED-CHEHRYFOLDINGTOP OFFICE
desk. Address DESK, Dispatch office.
WANTED-EVEBYJJODY TO SEND THEIR
furniture needing upholstering, repairing
and reflnlshlng to HAUGH ft KEENAN. 33 and
84 Water st. 'Phone 1826. au!4
WANTED-TROTT1NO HORSE-ABOUT 2:50
gait, orer 18 hands, weight about 1, 150, bay
Ef'ierred. Address, particulars, price, etc,
HOPES B.. Dispatch office. au21-27
WANTED-TO BUY AND SELL FANCY
dogs, especially pups, such as pugs, French
poodles, skyc terriers, black and tan and New
foundlands. ESPICH'S, 840 Smlthfleld sU
aulS-57-wsu
WANTED-PERSONSTO JOIN AN ELGIN
Watch Club and to pay 1 per week on fine
gold watches drawn each week; call at once.
JOHN M1TSCH. 130 Federal St., Allegheny.
aui5-uwFsu
TTT-ANTED TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
TV BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one In the club at 81 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX COL and I will call and snsw you the watch.
3T3-40
FOR SALE I3IPROVED REAL ESTATE.
Citv Residence.
K BALE-GOOD BRICK DWELLING ON
l
jj ittngress street containing 7 rooms, all in
good repair, cheap. C BERING ER ft SON, 103
Fourth aTe. au2tf-88
TJK)R SALE.-TWO-STORY BRICK DWELLING
A.' or 8 rooms, attic, hall, vestibule, etc.; good
l5i,BTlce S00: situate on Roberts street. C.BER
INQER ft SON, 103 Fourth are. au20-8S
FOR SALE-FOR 82.200, ON EASY PAY
MENTH. rood hrlAlr hm. a rMmi tn Hrp.
more St., Thlrty-flfth ward. Call or send for full
Information W. A. HEBRON ft SONS. 80 Fourth
.. w. U144-l,,a,lU,41..,J,U
TjTOR SALE-10 PER CENT INVESTMENT
JJ frame honses of 4 rooms each, and 2 brick of
3 rooms each, on a paved and sewered street: must
be sold st once : good reason for selling: lot 30x100:
only 85,200. SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO.. 99
Fourth ave. aul8-54-MWT
FOR SALE-5 GOOD BRICK HOUSES ON
Twenty-fifth street near Penn avenue; all In
good order, and renting at about 81,450 annually:
will sell the block at a price to net 8 per cent to
the purchaser: title perfect. Particulars from
JAS. W. DKAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth ave.
aul7-23-UWS '
TfOBT SALE-A GOOD SUBSTANTIAL NEW
JL" brick dwelling on ClSrk St., near Crawford,
containing 7 rooms and finished attic, bill, dry
cellar, artificial 'gas and city water np and down
stairs; lot 20x133 Teet to Ross St.: very reasonable
grlcoandtefmsareofferedoa this beautiful city
ome. BLACK ft BAIKD, 95 Fourth are. :-e-74.
aul9-4
East End Reslaence.
FOR SALE-ON ROUP 8T-2-STORY FRAME
house of 9 rooms, 8-foot hall and vestibule,
front porch: lot 48x161 to alley: 89.600. THOS.
LIGGETT, 114 Fourth are. au!5-70-15, IS, 17. 19.21.23
T7IOR SALE-FINE 8-ROOMED HOUSE-LOT
J? 48x135 feet, on Grazier street, Homewood;
will sell cheap and on easy payments. MELLON
BROTHERS, 6349 Station stT. E. E.
auls-90-HWTSu:
FOR SALE-ON THE CORNER OF TWO GOOD
streets in East Liberty,, good brick house of 8
rooms and laundry; lot 63x123; price 812,000.
THOS. A. LIGGETT, U4 Fourth avef
aulS-70-15, 18, 17, 19,21,23
TriOR SALE FINK HOUSES AND LOTS NEAR
JJ Pean and Fifth aves. (Point Breeze); this
location is first-class: call and see our offers on
easy payments. MELLON BROS., 6319 Station
St., E. E. anis-I-iiwr
FOR BALE-TWO NEW BRICK DWELLINGS
of 8 rooms each; well finished and all modern
conveniences; a beautiful location ona good street
In Oakland: price only 85,000 each. C. BEKINGER
ft SON, 103 Fourth ave. au20-8S
P)B SALE-A VERY NICE FRAME HOUSE
of 4 rooms good cellar, etc., with large lot,
on Klncald St.. Sixteenth ward, and only two
squares from cable ears; price SLS00. C. BEKIN
GER ft SON, 103 Fourth ave. au20-S3
FOR SALE-ON SOUTH HILAND AVE.-LOT
87.SX140 to 20-ft. alley, brlcx bouse of 8 rooms
and bathroom: large front and aide porches: ele-
snt neighborhood and very desirable. 1HOS.
IGGETT, N o. 144 Fourth are. aul7-75-WSSu
FOR SALE-ON BUMMEHLEA8T..E.E..NEW
2-story mansard, reception hall and 11 rooms,
front and back porches good cellar: all the
modern Improvements; lot 48x161; only 87,600.
THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth avenue.
aulS-70-15.18.17,19,21,23
POK SALE-A HOME IN OAKLAND FOR
83,700; a new, modern style, frame dwelling
of 7 rooms, hall. Vestibule, bath, range, slate
mantels Inside shutters and all improved con
veniences. BLACK ft BAIRD, 95 Fourth are.
2-d. au!9-t
F
OE SALE-SIXTEENTHWAED-AGOOD
brick dwelling of Grooms. hari.Testlbnle.eti-
on a good pared street, only 2 squares from Penn
aTe. cable line: a splendid location for a pleasant
home; very cheap If sold at once. C. BEKINGER
ft SON, 103 Fourth ave. au20-88
T7I0R SALE-CALL OB SEND FOR PLANS
JJ and description of those fine new brick
houses on Forbes st. and Coltart square, Oakland:
the most complete and desirable honses In the
market for the money; 9 to 13 rooms each. W. A.
HERRON ft SONS, Ho. 80 Fourth ave. auS-29-ws
T?iOBSALE-Oat MEADOW ST. -NEAR LARI
X? MER ave.. lot 42x160, good 2-story frame
cottage bouse of 6 rooms front porch, good dry
cellar, natural gas hot and cold water, elegant
drainage, shade trees In front, etc.; about 10 min
utes' walk from either line of cable cars or East
Liberty station: only 83,300. THOS. LIGGETT,
No. HI Fourth ave. aul7-75-wssu
FOR SALE-A BEAUTIFUL HOME ON
Roup st., within 2-minutes of station, a 2-
Btory ana attic oncx aweiung or u rooms center
bau. bath. Inside w. c, front and back staircase,
marble mantels and hearths throughout, and
complete In all respects; about 1 acre of ground,
covered with fine shade trees. For further par
ticulars call at office. BLACK ft BAIRD, 95
Fourth ave. '3-a-lC aul9-5
OR 8ALE- ELLSWORTH AVE.-RES1-DENCE
property: situate two squares from
B. R. station; a new Queen Anne brick dwelling,
containing 11 rooms reception hall, vestibule,
range, bath. Inside w. c, pantry, laundry, etc.;
elegant gas and fire fixtures and being beauti
fully papered throughout; this Is certainly one of
tho prettiest places to be found In the East End.
For full particulars call on BLACK ft BAIRD, 95
Fourth ave. 3-a. aul9-5
FOR SALE PARTIES LOOKING FOR
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 the past sixty
days; asphalt pavements natural and artificial
gas a beautiful park planud with shade trees
and convenience to the city, being but a) minutes
by Pittsburg Traction road, are among the ad
vantages. Prices S8,600andf,700, oneasytenas
Apply to C. H. CHANCE, on the premises.
JyS3-6S
Allegheny Residences.
FOB SALE NO. 144 JACKSON STREET (BIO
bargain): see EW1NO ft B YERS. No. 107 Fed
eral street. a2l-39-wssu
FOR SALE-NO. 1 NIXON STREET-ONLY
83.300. Possession September 1. EWINGft
BYERS, No. 107 Federal street. au2l-39-wssu
FOR SALE-ON TAGGART ST.. SECOND
ward, bouse of 4 rooms, finished attic and
basement kitchen; lot 24x100: also house In rear, 2
rooms facing N txon st-; all on same property: L
shaped; all to be sold for 83,000 cash. Inquire NO.
65 TAGGART ST., Second ward, Allegheny.
aul6-7
Suburban Residences.
FOR S ALE BELLEVUE PROPERTY: FRAME
house 7 rooms ball, porches nat-gas etc.;
lot 60x230 feet: a nice home. A. D. WILSON, 55
Federal st., Allegheny. au2l-33-wrs
FIR SALE-ONLY 83.200-CENTKR AVE..
Brushton station. P. R. K.. 4 minutes1 wait
from station, a pretty 2-story frame dwelling of 7
rooms, hall, natural gas front and back porch,
wasbhouse, and all necessary outbuildings; lot
60x133 feet; this Is a real bargain, and can be
bought on very easy payments. BLACK ft
BAIRD, 95 Fourth are. J-a-233. aul9-4
T7IOR SALE A VERY GOOD BRICK DWELL
JJ ING, with fine largeiot about 70x274 teet. In
Wllkinsburg, fronting on two of the most desira
ble streets; no small properties In thericlnltr; the
dwelling Is in prime order throughout: rooms
large and luxurious; natural gas hot and cold
water, etc, etc. : will be sold at a bargain, with
Immediate possession If necessary. Terms from
JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth avenue. Pltts
bnrg. an!7-23-Mws
FOR SALE LOTS.
East End Lot.
T7IOR SALE-BUY A LOT IN VILLA PARK
JJ plan, Brushton station; selling rapidly. Se
cure new plan from JOHN F. BAXTER, Agent,
512 Smlthfleld it. aulS-51-wssu
FOR BALE-W50FOB A GOOD 50-FT. FRONT
lot at Ben Venue: also, other bargains In this
vicinity, all on easy payments. MELLON BROS.,
6349 Station St., E. . au!9-l-Hwr
FOR SALE-ON WALNUT ST., NEAR
Hilandavc., beautiful lot 75x220 to a 60ft, st.;
elegant neighborhood; convenient to both steam
andcable cars; special terms if purchaser will
Improve at once. THOS. LIGGETT. No. 114
Fourth ave. " aul7-74-WFSSu
FOR BALE-ON BARTON ST., BETWEEN
Center and Ellsworth aves., beautiful lot
60x150: connections to sewer, natural and arti
ficial gas and city water made to each tot: reason
able price and on easy terms. THOS. LIGGETT,
Ho. 114 Fourth are. aul7-74-wrssa
FOR 8 AIK-N OW IS THE TIME TO IN VESTI
OATB Baum Grove lots: this plan sewered,
curbed andwlde flagstone sidewalks completed;
Firlces below actual value. Full Information
rom MELLON BROS., East End, or JOHN F.
BAXTER, Agent, 512 Smlthfleld St. aulS-52-MWV
XTOR BALE BEAUTIFUL SHADYSIDE
JJ lots 60x100 feet. Atlantic are., near Lib
erty: these lots are perfectly level and In a good
neighborhood, within a few minutes' walk of
Sbadyslde station or cable cars; a reasonable
price, with terms to suit, has been placed cm
these excellent lots; call or send to office for
lltho. plan. BLACK ft BAIRD, 85 Fourth are.
aul9-6-D - i
Hazel wood lists.
TCH)B SALE-LOIS AT UAZELWOOD AND
JJ Glenwood, near the station: forest and
lruit trees graded streets sidewalks, city water,
houses for sale on monthly payment If desired;
Second Are. Electric Railway will pas In front of
these lou; B. ft O. Railroad fare monthly tickets
SU cents Der trln. geohgeo.BUHOW1N.im
Fourth arc. Jt24-12-jiwsu 1
&&5ila;
FOR SALE LOTS.
Allegheny liou. ,
FOR SALE-LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues and Lombard street. Allegheny, In
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms Ap
ply to JOSEPH McN AUGHEB. 43 N. Diamond st.
jnh7-93-D
TTKJR SALE-10 ACRES OF LAND IN THE
JJ Eleventh-ward, Allegheny, on line of P., it.
W. ft C. R. R.: convenient to street cars pro
posed boulevard and electric road: good location
for hotel or club bouse: would divide nicely Into
lots. SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth
are. au21-ll
Forms.
FOR SALE A GOOD FARM OF 173 ACRES
In Indiana county, only H mile from K. It.
station; about 140 acres cleared, balance In good
timber: frame house 5 rooms barn, etc.: price
only 845 per acre, or will exchange for city prop
erty. C. BEKINGER ft BON, 103 Fourth are.
au20-86
FOR BALE A RICH FARM. 125 ACRES,
finest situation on Allegheny river, short ride
from city, frame dwelling. 13 rooms French plate,
walnut doors billiard ball adjoining, summer
bouse, fine shrubbery, large orchard, fruit best
quality, barn, granarr. fruit and Icehouse in
perfect order. ED. WITT1SH, 410 Grant street,
Pittsburg. Pa. anil-49-D
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
Business Chancr.
FOR SALE-FIRST-CLASS BARBER SHOP
at a sacrifice; cehtrally located; good trade.
Call on ROSS W. BLACK, 80 Diamond street.
Pittsburg, for particulars. au21-18
FOR BALE-A DRUGSTORE IN A NICE
country town on line of railroad; everything
In prime order, and good steady business. JAS.
W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pltuhorg.
aul7-23-MWS
FOR SALE A GOOD ESTABLISHED
plumbing business In McKeesport: reason
for selling, falling health: a good chance for a live
man. Apply to D. CH1SUOLM, 516 Walnut St.,
McKeesport. au20-84-D
FOR SALE A HOUSE FURNISHING AND
general tin store In a large manufacturing city
on line of railroad, only 2 hours' ride from the city;
business Is In good shape and paying well; satis
factory reasons for selling. JAS. W. DRAPE ft
CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. aul"-23-MWS
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
very 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. ree particulars. SHEP
ARD ft CO.. 64 Fifth are. au9
17AOR SALE-THE BEST FALL AND WINTER
? business Season that Pittsburg has erer known
will soon be here. Choice cheap grocery stores
drygoods and notion stores bakeries furnished
house for roomers very profitable large bakery
and confectionery, ut&r stores feed store, milk
depot, restaurants and dining rooms printing
office, shoe stores; good city grocery stoie to ex
change for city building lots. Free particulars.
BHEPARD ft CO.. 64 Fifth ave. au21-51
Business Stand.
FOR SALE-TWO-STORY BRICK STORE
and dwelling ofSrcoms and large attic, good
cellar, etc., on West Carson st. ; price 81.500. C
BER1NGER ft SON, 103 Fourth ave. au20-86
FOR SALE-THE NORTHSIDE GRAIN AND
teed elerator and warehouse, corner North
and Irwin arenues. Alleehenr. Pa., with all fnr-
nlshments: a bargain to the right part. Address
J. V. HUTCHINSON, New Brighton, Pa.
anl5-2
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horse. Vehicles. Live Stock, cfcc
FOR SALE-FOUR BUGGIES AND SIX ROAD
carts: must be sold cheap to make room for
other goods; also three head of horses all young
and sound: call and get a bargain. BENNETT ft
FLuOKER, cor. Kllpatrlck and West End ave
nue, Allegheny. au20-77
FOR SALE A BAY GELDING BY IDOL
Wilkes: will sell him at less than value; Is not
afraid of cable or steam cars and Is a perfect road
ster: has a record of 2:38. and will show 3 beats In
2:30 or better; sound and aU right, Applyto JOHN
C. COLLINS, Homewood Driving Park, Pitts
burg, Pa. au2I-12-3rwT
Machinery and Metnla.
TTIOR BALE ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
JJ and refitted: repalrlngpromptlv attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY ANDMACHINECO..LIM..
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles kept la stock, from
4ioiuun. p. : aureniiea: gooa as new, at lowest
prices: mounted portable engines 8 to 25 tup.
23-23Parkway. J. S. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa.
Ja3-92-irwv
FOR SALE HOISTING ENGINES. NEW
and second band; wire and manllla rope, der
rick and fittings, hoisting tubs and cars clay and
ore pans engines boilers and machinery.
THOMAS CARLIN'S SONS, Lacock and Sandusky
sts, Allegheny. auJ-17-uwr
Miscellaneous.
FOR SALE-ELEGANT DRUG FIXTURES
also full line of druggist's shelf bottles
and druggist's sundries; will be sold cheap. Ap
ply 27 SIXTH ST. orGILMORE ft CO., 623Llber
tyst. au21-31
PERSONAL.
PERSONAL BOOKS! BOOKS 1 BOOKS I
New and old. ancient and moaern. standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30, 000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 900
Liberty st. an3-9S
PERSONAL WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIFE,
mother or daughters In repairing and clean
ing your old clothes when It can be done for
trifle by DICKSON, the Tailor, cor. Fifth aTe.
and Wood St., second floor Chirges moderate:
facilities unsurpassed: suits made to order; spring
styles now readr. lelephone 1558. nihS
PERSONAL-SAY, HARRY, THAT NEW
suit Is Immense, but your shoulders look as
though you had gone through a snow storm from
that dandruff falling from your head. Why don't
yea get your barber to give a shampoo with
ROS8 W. BLACK'S Keystone bnow Flake Egg
Shampoo Cream, and I'll guarantee you will
never be troubled with dandrutt any more.
an2I-17-MWl'
STRAYED.
STBAYED-OR STOLEN DARK RED COW
about 6 years old; liberal reward for proper
Information. JOSEPH MUENCH, Holt stieet.
Twenty-seventh ward, S. S. an21-68
OFFICIAL PITTSBURG;
-VTOTICE to CONTRACTORS-SEALED
XS proposals will be received at the office of
tbe City Controller until tbo 27th day of Au
gust. A. D. 1SS9, at 2 P. Jr.. for the following,
viz.:
QRADINO.
Kent alley, from Stanton avenue to Fifty,
second street.
GRADING. PAVING AND CURBING.
Moultrie street, from Fifth avenne to Forbes
avenue.
Broad street, from Frankstown avenne to
Collins avenne.
Howe street, from Aiken avenne to Ivy
street. Carnecie street, from Fifty-fonrth street to
Fifty-fifth street.
Chestnut street, from Locust street to Bluff
street.
Cedar street, from Liberty avenne to Friend
ship street.
The paving of all tbe above named streets to
be either of standard sheet asphalt with bitu
minous base, vnlcanite asphalt, block stone,
irrepnlar block stone or cobble stone, and
bids will be received for each kind of pave
ment. BOARD WALKS.
Virginia avenne from Ulysses street to
Oneida street.
William street from Brownsville avenne to
Bailey avenne.
Joel's lane from Grandviewavenne to Omaha
street.
Kearsarge and Belonda streets from Grace
street to Mason street,
BEWERS.
Conrad street from Penn avenne to Liberty
avenne, 15and20-lnch pipe.
Penn avenue from Pennsylvania Railroad
bridge to tbe Neglev Run sewer, lS-lnch pipe.
South Twenty-fifth street from Josephine
street to the Monongahela river, 24-inch
pipe.
Gum street from a point 65 feet sooth of
Cliff street to Webster avenue, 12-inch pipe.
Hemans and Kirkpatrick streets and Center
avenne from Charles street to Reed street, 15
and 18-inch pipe.
Rebuilding the Forty-eighth street sewer.
Seventeenth ward.
Shaffer and Arch streets culvert.
Plans and specifications crn be seen and
blanks for bidding can be obtained at this
office. Each proposal mnst be accompanied
bv a bond probated before tho Mayor or City
Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves the
right to reject any or all bids
E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
anl5-37
AMUSEMENTS.
BIJOU TliEATJiK :
Matineee to-day at 2.
GEO. C. 8TALEY,
-In
A ROYAL PASS.
August 28-Frank Daniels, in Little Pnck.
ao21-WS
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
To-night,
Dockstader's Minstrels.
August 2(5 Mestayer's Tourists In a Pullman
Palace Car. au!9-9
HARRIS' THEATER
Week Commencing Monday, August 19,
every afternoon and evening, tbe success of the
season.
TEN NIGHTS IN A BARROOM.
Next week "The World Against Her."
au!9-12-D
TTARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY-TO-NIGHT.
Matinees Tuesday Thursday and Saturday.
JOS. J. SULLIVAN'S
au20 SPECIALTY COMBINATION.
. 2.4vkiat.
iAs
cm..,
TO LET.
Allegheny Residence,
mo LET-ON PAGE ST.. BRICK HOUSES J
JL rooms all the improvements front and back
yards: good locations. A.D. WILSON. 65 Federal
st, Allegheny. an2l-38-WTg
TO LET NEW 8 ROOM FRAME HOUSE,
Second ward, Allegheny, 816; no water tax;
good new 3 room house, 89: no water tax. W. W.
MCN E1LL ft BRO.. 105 Fourth ave. u20-53
TO LET-NEAR P. ft W. R. R. DEPOT AND
Ninth street bridge, on River avenue. Alle
gheny, a good house, 9 rooms only S35 per mo.
W. A. HERRON ft SONS, 60 Fourth arenue.
au20-55-TUWT
Snbntbon Residences.
mo LET CRAWFORD'S PLAN OF LOTS,
JL near Jack' Run. containing about 4 acres
more or less: has house, stable, greenhouses well
stocked, vegetables In ground, tomatoes corn,
etc, ready for market: also, necessary Imple
ments used In connection with abore; reference
required. Call or address from 6to8F.K., S. U.
N., 203 South are., Allegheny. Pa. au21-37
Offices. Dolt Room. &c
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING. 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two or the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be fouua in tho
city; rent, 8200 and S3C0 per annum, including elec
tric lights Janitor service and steam heating.
Apply between 10 A. x. and I P. M., or between
2 and 4 r. u. Jy23-7
mo LET-STORE OR OFFICE ROOM, WITH
JL large rault, suitable for Insurance office or
similar business In German! Savings Bank
building. No. 419 Wood street: room formerly oc
cupied by George Kelnrman as saloon, and now
temporarily occupied by the American Expres
Co.: It Is two steps below grade, mating a first
class basement. Inquire at THE BANK.
leSKJ-D
Easiness Stands.
TO LET-A FIRST-CLASS STOREROOM IN A
fine bnslness block. Main street, opposite
Com t House. In Coshocton, O. (county seat): town
has two railroads several large manufacturing
establishments: extensive coal mines near by:
good opening for dotblngor hardware store: rent
moderate to responsible, energetic party. Apply
to J. V. MARSH, room CO, Westinghouse build
lng. Pittsburg. anil -13
NOTICES.
-VTOTICE-PART1ES HOLDING BONDS
iM Nos. 1 and 4 of tbe Eighth Ward Public
School District of Allcgbeuy City, due Sep
tember L 1889, will present said bonds to the
Treasurer of said ward, tbe Workingmen's
Savings Bank. Ohio St., Allegheny City, by
September 1, for interest will cease from date.
HENRY SCHUTTE.
aulB-SS-wsn Secy.
LOST.
LOST-A SMALL ITALIAN GREYHOUND
bitch: fawn color. Liberal reward given for
her return to FIbCHER BROS, cor. Stevenson
and Ann sts. au21-10
I.EGAL NOTICES.
JENNINGS 4 WILSON, Bakewell Law
Building.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS NO.
2 of Allegheny connty. No. 3SS. October
term, 18S8. Commonwealth ex. reL vs. Isabella
W. C. Comlngo. Notice is hereby- given that
the first and final account of Isaac Craig. Jr.,
committee of the said Mrs. L W. C. Comlngo,
has been filed In said court, and that said ac
count wilt be allowed by said court on the 31st
day of August, ISSy, unless canse be shown to
tho contrar. au6sS5-TV
AUCTION SALES.
AUCTION SALE DESIRABLE RESI
DENCE property. Eleventh ward, Alle
gheny City, on Asbton and Fleming aves, near
McClureave. Sale September 7, 18S9. on the
premises at 3 P. If. Frame dwelling of 7 rooms,
etc; abundance of very fine frniu and grapes;
about an acre and a quarter of ground: excel
lent spring water, never falls: also city water;
both gases: 133-ft. frontage on Ashton ave.
and 133-ft. frontage on Fleming ave.; within
one square of Union Line street cars and one
square from California ave. extension and new
electric railway, and 3 minutes' walk from
Woods Run station. Ft. Wayne R. R. Terms
made known at sale, or further particulars
from ALLES & BAILEY. Real Estate Auc
tioneers. 161 Fourth ave. TeL 167.
aul8-7-19.21.24.2fi.2S,31.se5.6.7
EDUCATIONAL.
ST. GEORGE'S HALL FOR BOYS AND
yonng men, St. George's, Md., near Balti
more, Prof. J. C.;Klnear, A. M., Principal. Col
lege or business Unsurpassed in advantages,
comfort and situation. $200 to 3275 a year.
anl7-92
HOLY GHOST COLLEGE
Complete preparatory, commercial and
collegiate departments, reopens WEDNES
DAY. SEPTEMBER 4; new students examined
Monday, September 2. Apply to Rev. JoiIX
T. MUBPnr, C. S. Sp President. jyl7-2S
OUNTSTE. URSULE. OAKLAND-THE
Ursuline Academy reopens on SEP
nuTBBR 2; boarders and day scholars re
ceived. For further particulars apply tra
a STE. GERTRUDE,
anI6-25 , Superintendent.
TWO CHOICE 8CHOOLS.
BROOKE HALL, forglrls and young
ladles. 8HORTLIDGE MEDIA ACADEMY;
for boys and young men. SWITHIN C.
SHORTLIDGE, A. M. (Harvard graduate),
Media, Pa., near Philadelphia. aul-S
BISHOP BOWMAN INSTITUTE-A COL
LEGIATE school for young ladies, cor
ner Penn ave. and Fourth street, Pittsburg.
Tbe next session begins Wed., Sept. 1L Send
for register giving full information. Address
the rector, REV. R. J. COSTER, A. M.
jyW-53-ws
LOCUTION MUSIC LITERATURE.
Vl Mrs. Lizzie Pershing Anderson's School.
oTUnion avenue, Allegheny. French-and Ger
man. Drawing and Painting, English studies.
Fall term opens September 10, 18b9. Send for
prospectus jyl8-4S-ws
VTEW YORK MILITARY ACADEMY,
1.1 Cornwall-on-Hudson. Courses of study In
"civil engineering, English and classics. Labor
atory, arawing room ana neia wars, ueanuiut
Buildings, grounds- location. COL. C. J.
WRIGHT, B. 8., A. M., Supfc; BELDEN F.
HYATT. Comd't of Cadets. jelO-U
ROCK HILL COLLEGE, ELLICOTT CITY,
Md.; conducted by tbe brothers of tbo
Christian Schools; scientific, classical and com
mercial courses; tbe modern languages and
drawing are taught without extra cbarg;;
stndles will be resumed on tbe first Monday ot
September. For particulars address
anlS-23 BROTHER DENIS. President.
MOUNTAIN SEMINARY. BIRMING
HAM. Pa. A thorough school for young
s. Situation noted lor health. Home
comforts. 33d year. Grounds, 100 acres Threo
courses of stndy. Prepares for college. Send
for illustrated catalogue. A. R. GRIER, Busi
ness Mn'g'r. MISS N. J. DAVIS, PrincipaL
au6.53-D
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD
EJ1Y. Chester. Pa. Twenty-eighth year
opens September 18. A MILITARY COL
LEGE Civil Engineering, Chemistry, Archi
tecture. Arts. Thoroughly organized, prepara
tory courses Circulars of Mr. F. G. PAUL
SON, 4U Wood St., city. CoL CHAS. E.
HYATT. President. jyl052-ws
Efcortli Boariing and Day School
For girls, 122 West Franklin street, Baltimore,
Md.. Mrs. H. P. LEFEBVRE, principal. Thl
school will reopen on Thursday, tbe 19th of
September. The coarse of instruction em
braces all the studies included in a thorough
English education, and the French and Ger
man languages are practically taught.
jy30-es-ws
ElITTSBURG FEMALE COLLEGE-FULL
and special courses of stndv in Literature,
nguage. Natural Science, Music, Art and
Elocution. Unsurpassed home 10m forts 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 fall
information send to
PRESIDENT A. H. NORCROSS. D. D
Jyl0-23-WS Pittsburg. Pa.
St. Xavier's Academy.
Academic year commences on the first
Monday in September. Prompt attendance of
pupils is requested. From September 2 to It
irclusive a conveyance will meet all trams
from Pittsburg stopping at Beatty station.
After this date tbe conveyance will meet the
noon train on Wednesday and Saturday.
For further Information apply to the DI
RECTORS of the Academy. anlS-99
PURE MILK.
This Company is prepared to receive orders
by mall or otherwise for Absolutely Poke
Mile, delivered to customers in sealed glass
Jabs, packed in Ice at our creamery in So wick
ley. Price 8 cents per quart.
THE SEWICKLEY D4JRY CO,
an20-73-P 110 Wood st, Pittsburg. Fa.
P
l IAN OS,
ORGANS.
a HAMILTON.
81 AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-74-D
A. TmTELET.
128X THIRD AVE., UPSTAIRS.
Gents' shoes soled and heeled In 15 minute
for 75 cents
Finest work In tbe city. myC3-U--trr
A,
E. LINKENHE1MER,
ARCHITECT,
M3 Smlthfleld street, Pittsburg, Pa. Frettelt
Freond Baildlng, second floor. mb248Q-)rvrr
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