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A MODEST TflOUSSEAU
Penalty of Having a Princely Papa
With Extravagant Tastes.
A PKIKCESS' WEDDING GARMENTS.
English Girls Who Are ot Afraid of
BOHE ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS
Before fall styles set in and womenfolk
have their eyelashes caught in the fall sew
ing, we must try to see through this pile of
correspondence which loads table and desk.
"We must spare time first, however, to glance
at the trousseau of the Princess Louise, of
"Wales, as told in London letters for repub
lican girls. Many a republican girl, how
ever, spends more on her wedding gowns
than the Princess, whose trousseau cost only
It does seem a shame that a really lovely
Princess like Louise, who deserves the
name of a nice girl, not markedly brilliant,
artistic or fascinating, but just enough of
all three to be desirable, should not have a
more brilliant portion, but such is the
penalty of having a princely papa with ex
travagant tastes which must be gratified.
It is to be hoped she will find pleasure
enough in spending the revenues of Fife to
make for losing the state of princess. But
all women read with sympathy that she
gains a young husband to whom she is de
voted, and let us pray he will be as devoted
to her. She has some excellent lace, fit for
a princess anyhow, fine Irish point, and a
grand devant or front of a dress in reproduc
tion of fine old Venetian work, by the first
English laceworkcr, Mrs. Treadwin, who
has not failed in 40 years of contributing
an order to each royal marriage.
HER ARTISTIC TASTES.
The artistic tastes of the Princess are
shown in her choice of the palest colors,
shadowy pink, rose and gobelin tints for her
grand dresses, v. ith some exquisite black
toilets to set off her fair complexion. The
going-away costume was the prettiest, a
gown of supple white sicilienne. a cloak of
white cloth, with Medici collar of white
ostrich leather trimming, which was carried
down the front, tulle bonnet and parisol
trimmed to match the bonnet with white
feather, the flower of good luck. English
girls are not afraid ot looking bridal, for
one rich girl goes away in a white croak
lined with rose color, with white ne
apolitan bonnet, and another wears white
mohair gowns and white cloth jackets, with
silver braiding. Speaking of white gowns
which are seen so much at summer resorts,
the proper glove to wear with them is the
Ions white Beige kid, with loose wrist, no
buttons and only the finest stitching on the
To descend from princesses and Xewport
and Lenox driving costumes, the French
glovemakers have done a kind thing in fur
nishing assorted shades of thread for mend
ing gloves at 25 cents a dozen skeins in all
the modish colors, which is a great help in
keeping gloves in perfect condition. Now
to the serious questions ot lite on complex
ion, for every woman wants the complexion
fit lor a princess anyhow, and one that will
not shame white gloves in the wearing.
PEOPLE WHO TTASI TO KSOW.
Emma J. wants to know how to keep her
face and eyes Irom getting red and inflamed
in a high wind.
"Wash the face thoroughly in cola water
and dry it thoroughly a lew minutes before
going out, and wear - shady hat and veil
till the eyes grow stronger. Probably they
are overused or do not have sleep enough to
rest tnem, or tbe system is in an infiamma.
tpry state, for which lrnit and baths are the
est corrective. -
Newport Mary kindly reminds us that
Xiait Ajnlepbelique, a French cosmetic, is a
sure destroyer of lreckles, but, alasl they
return, and asks for something to reader the
skin incapable of rusting. A. course of
tonics, citrates, iron and beefsteaks, with
much outdoor life, will in time change the
blood with healthy coloring, but mean
while shady hats and veils sometimes are
the only preventive. The readers of this
letter will be obliged for her very kind sug
gestion of anything to remove freckles even
at risk of their coming again.
E. E. A. is referred to the above item.
"Will some San Francisco or Oregon friend
tell her of a practitioner on the Pacific
coast who removes hair by electricitv? The
blneness under the eyes can only be re
moved by plenty of rest and outdoor air.
It is a sign ot exhausted vitalitv. For the
nusning ot lace when warm use aperients.
and hot footbaths daily till relieved,
. . """ "" 'wmk sans or rnuoarD.
ABOUT OILY SKINS.
L. C. writes she is the unfortunate pos
sessor of a coarse and very oily skin and
asks for the lotion to refine it spoken of in
these letters. Is it as good as the olive tar
ointment for the same purpoee? Sow we
niust have a serious talk over this matter of
lotions and complexions. "Women expect
someono to discover some marvelous cos
metic, which, applied to any and every sort
of roughuess, pimples, oilv glands and sal
low coloring, will refine the skin by the use
ot a bottle or two. Every imperfection of
the face is more or less a lorm of disease,
the great dermatologists tell us, who have
studied the kin year after year. Only
coarse faces are caused by a iunctional dis
order, just as the saliva flows in waterbrash
ortheejes weep with inflammation. This
oversecretion comes of a clogged state of the
system, and I cannot do better than quote
. from a standard writer on this disease. "It
was Hebra who first pointed out with clear
ness the fact that seborrhea is dependent
upon a chlorotic or auxmic state in both
sexes. The natipnts In n.,i,
t plexions, and are poorly nourished, and the
various lunctions of the bodv are deranged
especially in women." In ail cases there is
NO CHANCE OP IMPEOTEMENT
until the general health is set right. Each
case will have its peculiarities which re
quire modification oi treatment. The lotion
suiting a mild case of seborrhea which only
needs alkaline washes will have no
effect on a coarser skin, where
the conditions of disease have become ob
stinate with years. The strong corrective
lotions required in the beginning to eat
away the secretion and the thickened skin
will in a few weeks create inflammation and
a nettling ra3h. The cosmetic artists who
treat the complexion in the laree cities go
at the work in a heroic way. One, as her
patients say, applies a lotion so powerful as
to crack and peel off the skin in three days.
Of course the new skin forms under this
delicate as it would after a burn, but the
last state of that case is apt to be worse than
the first, and this blistering is pretty sure to
be followed by a crop of down on the
cheeks. It will not do to say that you Lave
a coarse oily complexion and want a face
wash as you might send lor a paper of pins.
No person worth trusting will risk advice
on sucn a nmt ot a case. Such folly only
belongs to those wondertul healers who are
ready to prescribe lor a patient they have
never seen on receipt of a lock of hair. The
fact is set down in the books of medicine
that few disorders are so obstinate or so
DIFFICULT TO OVEECOME
as fanlts of complexion, and manv a young
doctor who would vanquish a typhoid fever
valiantly will find himself nonplussed by a
case of comedones acne or seborrhea, which
is the medical name for "oily face." It
laises a grim smile to receive letters asking
for treatment that will bleach a sallow skin,
muddy ith tbe neglect of a dozen years,
"by the middle of September," or complain
ing that 6ome one has taken taraxacum for
two weeks without any perceptible effect on
a liver disease that has lasted ten years
under constant doctoring. The woman who
wishes to get the better of a bad complexion
must take time for it, or lose more than she
gains. The slowness of, the cure is part of
the penalty ior neglect of nature. To ad
vise one lotion or one treatment for all com
plexions is as safe asprescribingone medicine
for all diseases, jaundice, rheumatism,
spinl inflammation or nervous debil
ity, and I decline to write myself down a
consummate fool by any" such compliance.
"Women write that such a cosmetic cream
has done no good and such and such a lotion
had no effect, when the trouble was they
had been taking the rheumatic liniment for
dyspepsia or the nervous sedative for
jaundice or something just as wise. The
almond cream might have been
THE PROPER THING
for a delicate, withered complexion, but not
for a pasty one. The olive tar mignt semen
a harsh skin admirably, but be worse thau
nothing for a stubborn case of seborrhea,
and the lotion I find so cooling and delight
iul for a face which burns easily and shows
the slightest irritation at once would hardly
do on a greasy face u nder three bottles at least.
Wherefore I pray those who want advice as
to cosmetics to send full particulars of age,
complexion, state of health and habits,
wnetner active or indolent, tor no aetau is
insignificant in effect on tbe skin.
Marie writes "Can one ever get rid of a
red nose? mine has troubled me for some
time and has caused the loss of all that
makes life worth living, a lover." I can't
help a shrewd suspicion that in time Marie
will find that tbe luckiest thing ever
happensd her was the loss of that lover, but
wnetner tnese "little tin gods," as tne proiane
slanir of Boston calls tbe Dooular dmnfties,are
wortb a regret or not. their loss makes women's
hearts sore all tbe same, and I rejoice to tell
.Marie that there is no necessity for ber to wear
a red nose all ber life. As usual the letter
leaves out every item of health which would
allow safe advice. But in all cases of red nose
without pimples, it is safo to wear face powder
which has no lead or bismuth. The fine talc
powders or tbe precipitated fullers earth are
most adhesive and cooling, and should be
rendered more so by rubbing a drop of glycer
ine on tbe skin with tbe finder belore dusting
the powder with tbe hare's foot, wblcb is better
man me swansaown pun. A. mustard poultice
applied to tbe back of the neck and tbe loins,
once a week, or a porous plaster worn on tbe
loins will often remove tbe redness from the
nose, especially if all constipating tendencies
are actively overcome. Tbe mustard should
not be allowed to draw a blister.
KITTY -WANTS ROSY CHEEKS.
Kitty li. sends a letter which is a sample of
what a majority bave to say or rather do not
say. "I have been troubled for some time with
blackheads and a sallow complexion. I went
to tbe doctor and bo gave me a preparation
which only made it worse. Now I used to bave
rosy cheeks and a very good skin, so you can
imagine bow it worries me. I try to be careful
about ventilation, bathing, food, etc., but it
won't get any better. Now won't yon be Kind
enough to tell me wbat to dor' Not a word as
to habits or conditions wbicb cause tbe trouble.
It may come from malaria, insufficient nourish
ment, overeatinc or dvSDeusla or mental worry.
which last will spoil a complexion as certainly
as anything, xne oracles are silent in such a
Millie has another piteous story, which I only
copy that it may reach others in like trouble,
fahe has been under treatment three years for
brown blotcbes on her face. 'The doctors say
they never can be removed, and I am just SO."
Poor girl I They could not even tell the cause;
some say "liver," others "weakness." and I
have used so much "truck" I am loth to try
again. My friends tell me I am very foolish to
let such trifles worry me. Trifles indeed.
Would a thousand dollars tempt any one of
them to submit to such trifles as brown spots
on the cheeks and noser I teel at times that I
cannot meet strangers.
Now here comes something rather pleasant
to read: An admirer of mine recently called for
me to take a ride, and before leaving the house
1 peeped in tbe mirror, and must bave looked
very serious as tbe spots showed in spite of the
powder. After we were seated, he said: "Now
you must tell me whit is worrying you, for
there is something, and I've noticed it more
lately." 1 answered candidly: "My face is so
disfigured." He tried to smile, but be saw I
was serious, and said, "I think tbose spoots
look worse to you than to others, and you are
foolish to let them worry you when your other
QUALITIES AND GRACES
more than make up for tbem, and now, little
haughtiness, if you look so serious again I'll
lecture you." tint I am afraid he will become
as tir.dof tbem as I am, for once he said, "I
know you would be much prettier if they were
gone, but you can't help tbem and they don't
worry me. so you must not care." But I docare
more than "ever now. and must try again. That
dear girl! I don't wonde tbe young man
likes her in spite of tbe brown snots on ber
lace, which one feels sure must be a very sweet
one. Ana ne muse do a jroou ieiiow. too, to
meet so trying a matter so candidly and kind
ly. A woman might be willing to wear a moth
patch or two for tbe sake of trying and gaining
such a whole-hearted lover, especially as the
brown spots are curable without tbe need of
taking so much "doctors' truck." This Michi
gan Rose should take vapor baths weekly, or
twice a week, and steam her face daily over
boiling water as hot as possible, not for imme
diate bleaching, but to stimulate the skin. She
should live on fruit juices and green vegetables
largely, taking taraxacum,cnarcoal. pepsin and
rhubarb pills. A lotion of two grains corrosive
sublimate, half a drachm tincture of benzine
and one ounce of almond emulsion maybe
applied twice a day by wet linen, allowed to lie
on the spot for 15 minutes. More depends on
personal habits than medicine in such cases.
Special adviee is always needed.
A COURSE OF HANGING
Proves Terr Beneficial in Effecting a Care
of Spinal Troubles.
Boston, August 24. Police Lieutenant
"William B. Daley, of this city, is under
going a rigorous treatment to get cured of a
spinal trouDle caused by a tall lrom a horse
car in 1887. It is nothing more or less than
a systematic course of hanging. He is sus
pended by the back until he is almost un
conscious, this process being the only way
in which the spinal cord can be properly
strengthened. The machine is shaped very
much like a gallows. It consists of an iron
rod, with eyes in the center and hooks at
each end, in which are loops that pass down
under each shoulder to take tbe strain off
the patient's neck. Along the horizontal
bar is a scries of notches from which hang
the supports for the head and chin.
Lieutenant Daley's head is placed in the
support and he is then swung from the floor.
He said the experience is anything but
pleasant, but as a cure is being effected be
keeps at it. He is generally strnng about
two and a half minutes. "When released he
cannot stand, and it is fully minutes before
he recovers from the effect of the banging.
He has control of his lower limbs now, while
lss than six mouths ago he staggered like a
drunken man, and can sleep every night
without injections of morphine, as before.
Take 1 auart rich cream, 4 tablespoonfuls
powdered sugar, 2 teaspoonfuls extract of
vanilla; place this in a vessel packed with
chopped ice; allow it to thoroughly chill,
then beat (Dover egg beater) into this 2 tea
spoonCnls gelatine that has been dissolved
in 2 tablespoonfuls sweet milk. Prepare
your case as lollows: Take tbe whites
of 11 cpgs, beaten stiff, 1 teacupfuls gran
ulated sugar, measured after sifting; beat
the suear gradually, also the yolks of 6 eggs
and 1 teaspoonful extract of orange; stir into
this 1 teacupful flour, measured after sifting
four times, having mixed through the dry
flour 1 measure "Banner Baking Powder."
Bake 40 minutes, slow oven; square pan.
"When cake is cold cut out the center and
pour in the whipped cream; drop over top
candied cherries or other conserves.
HOUSE CLEANING MADE EAST.
"Scourene" to clean windows.
"Scoorene" to clean woodwork.
"Scourene" to clean bathtubs.
"Scourene" to clean marble slabs.
"bcourene to clean tinware.
"Scourene" only 6 cents a cake.
X: 8 II I W
T if if
EEFCTS OF SMOKING.
Tobacco Acts as a Stimulant and
Then as a Depressent
2,0 GOOD F0K BRAIN WORKERS,
BHt Will Do No Particnlar Harm to the
Laborer or Artisan.
THE' DANGEROUS CIGARETTE HABIT
IWBTTTEN FOR TBI DISPATCH.
Is the use of tobacco injurious?
On this question no two doctors agree.
Some say that brain workers should use
tobacco moderately, and that they will de
rive a benefit for so doing.
Others say that tobacco used in any form
is injurious. One doctor claims that it will
hurt the literary man or the man of
sedentary habits, but that the laborer and
artisan can smoke all be wants to without
Dr. Charles L. Dana, of New York, has
studied this question thoroughly and is
particularly posted on the effects of tobacco
on the nerves, heart and brain. He makes
a specialty of studying nervous disorders.
This is what he said about tobacco:
"The habit oi smoking tobacco is a very
pernicious one if indulged in by boys who
are growing, or by young men. A compli
cation nervous disorders is produced by
excessive tobacco smoking. Boys onght
not to smoke. I have seen boys who told me
that they commenced to smoke when they
were 11 or 12 years of age. Many of them
have started by picking np their father's
half smoked cigar or by stealing his tobacco.
"When these boys come to be 17 or 18
years of age they are thin, palefaced, short.
and their vitality is seriously impaired. I
don't think smoking hurts the laboring
classes as much becanse they have no nerves.
A great, strong, well developed bricklayer
can smoke almost anything and it will not
hurt him at all. Tobacco affects the nerves,
and then it affects the heart, when used to
excess in any form. Brain workers should
smoke in moderation. The most injurious
shape in which tobacco can be used, I
think, is the cigar. Ordinary cigarette
smoking is cot as injurious as many believe
it is, but if the smoker inhales the smoke
from the cigarette as a great many men do,
then it is most decidedly the most "injurious
form of smoke. Usually only about two
thirds of the cigarette is smoked, and then
the tobacco is of a mild kind that doesn't
contain anything like as much nicotine in
proportion as there is in a cigar. One cigar
will weigh nearly as much as all, the
cigarettes a man will smoke in a "day.
A good word fob the pipe.
"Pipe smoking isjthe least injurious when
the pipe is kept clean. Those old-fashioned
long-stemmed pipes are the best that can be
used. Tobacco acts as a slight stimulant at
first, and its final action "is that of a de
pressent. It is a nerve poison, and it picks
out certain systems on which it works. The
first eftects it will have on a smoker is to
produce what is called the smoker's heart
and dyspepsia. The smoker's heart is a
palpitation or iiTegular action of the
heart. It is very hard to state how
much a man can smoke without be
ing injured by its effects. A man of ner
vous temperament should not smoke at all.
The average New Yorker perhaps smokes
on an average three or four cigars a dav.
Some men limit themselves to one or two
and are much better off for so doing. Some
men again smoke from 15 to 20 cigars a
day. The only thing that can be said
about these men is that they are phenome
nal, and no one can understand how they
can do it. The best time to smoke
is after meals. Smoking stimulates
the flow of saliva and a flow of the
gastric juice, and in this way can be said to
aid digestion. One always "seems to feel a
sort of relief from smoking after eating. At
least I know I do, and several others I have
met tell me the same thing. Smoking to
excess after eating, though, will injure di
gestion. Smoking acts as a stimnlant to
the brain, too. for a short time, but it soon
goes off. You ask me is not some benefit
derived from smoking? I don't want to go
befqre the world and state that men would be
a great deal better ofl if Sir "Walter Baleigh
had never discovered this narcotic I think
tobacco used judiciously will not hurt one
much. It produces certain pleasures. It
is company for a man, and a comfort that
will outweigh any number of evils. Nico
tine is quickly eliminated from the body.
s very poweriui poison. JL drop is
said to be sufficient to kill an animal. How
much it takes to kill a man is not known,
as there are only two cases of fatal nicotine
poisoning on record. I imagine, though,
that if a man were to swallow a tablespoon
fulof plug tobacco that would be sufiicieut
to kill him.
"Some people smoke verv intemnemtelu-
and here are a few of the troubles that arise
from so doing: They get partial nervous
weakness, which will eventually produce
nervous' breakdown; they get the smoker's
heart, which is irregular and palpitating;
ataxia, which causes the bodv to sway and
tumble; dyspepsia, and in connection with
alcohol, partial blindness. Tobacco does
not produce any organic disease; and one
suffering trom excessive tobacco smoke will
soon recover if he puts the tobacco on one
side. The nicotine will soon pass out of his
Dr. John T. Nagle, Chief of the Bureau
of Vital Statistics, believes that if a man
can do without tobacco he will be all the
better for it, and he would never advise any-
uuc io uegin j smoKe, although he is a
smoker himself. The doctor is a temperate
man though and smokes judicious! v. He
"The habit ot smoking or nt r.nnrtn
tobacco is a very inj'urious one. Tobacco
acts as a stimulant and after the effects of
that stimnlant has worked off the smoker
feels worse than he did before he commenced
to smoke, that is, if he smokes merely to
have his brain or nerves stimulated. To
bacco acts on the heart, and if indulged in
to excess produces an irregular or tobacco
heart and also irritates the mucous mem
brane. If the heart becomes affected, and
the action of it is irregular, the entire
nervous system is disorganized.
THE DEADLY CIGARETTE.
"The most injurious form in which to
bacco is put up nowadays is as a cigarette.
The tobacco used in a cigarette is usually of
an inferior quality. This in many instances
is doctored by a peculiar flavoring which
the manufacturers use and which is very
injurious to the smoker. Sometimes they
pui saltpeter jn ine louacco to feepitlrom
drying too quickly, and in addition to all
these bad features there is poison con
tained in the paper. Then the paper acts
as a sort of conductor. It absorbs tbe
nicotine and conducts it to the lips and
month, and in many cases produces poison
of the lips, mouth and throat. Inhaling
the smoke of a cigarette is very injurious.
It injures the delicate membranes of the
throat, A simple experiment which will
show how injurious a cigarette smoke in
haled may be is easily periormed by means
of a handkerchief. After taking a mouthful
of smoke put the handkerchief tightly over
the lips and blow tbe smoke through it.
You will find a dark brown stain on it. If
the smoke is inhaled, and theu blown
through the handkerchief, there is very
little stain, if any. Consequently all that
nicotine must remain in the lungs.
lie Cnnnot Work That Dodge.
BOSTON, August 24. "W. C. Harriman,
who has surrendered to the police at Louis
ville, Ky., was an agent for an installment
firm here. "When he disappeared he owed
the firm $200. It is supposed he has be
come "broke" and wants to get home but
the firm cares nothing about the case' and
no officer will be sent for him.
BETCTf AM's Fills cure sick headache.
FxassV Soap, the purest and best ever nude.
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ments on this page such as Wanted, For Bale,
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tion, and none taken or less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the folio-wing 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 bave accounts with TUB Dis
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 33 Bntler street.
EMIL O. STUCKEY. nth street and Perm ave.
E. G. STUCKEY CO., Wylle ave. and Pultonst.
N. STOKELY. Fifth Avenue Market House.
I. W. WALLACE, 6ra Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER & SHEIBLER,Sth av. & Atwood St.
JACOB SPOHN. No. 1 Carson street,
n. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAERCHEK. 89 Federal street.
II. J. McBIUDE. Federal and Ohio streets.
FRED H. EGGEK3. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGOE1W4SON, Ohio and Chestnut sM.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENKY, Western and lrwlnaves.
O. "W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PEKKYM.OLEIM. Kebecca and Allegheny ve.
-TTTANTED TIN N ER AN D EXPERIENCED
V boy. E.S. U'EUII, 718 Fifth ave. auS5-17
-ITTANTEO-SO LADOIIEUS TO WORK ON
IV city pipe lines. Apply to rOKEMA" on
WANTED-25 JOURNEYMEN PLASTER EKS.
M. McNALLY, 10 Brady St., fourteenth
ward, Pittsburg. au24-S8
TTrANTED-SIX NO. 1 BRICKLAYEKS-H 60
TV per dav; Grant ave., Allegheny, near Point
Bridge. L. W. SUTTON. , aul5-44
-TTJANTKD-SIX GOOD M4CH1N1STS-1JOR-VV
ING mill and lathe hands preferred. Ad
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WA.NTED-A GOOD. STRONG BOY TO HELP
in a furniture warehouse; one with experi
ence preferred. Address H. C. C, Dispatch of
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Address W. N.
WANTED A GOOD MAN IN EVERY
town ; salarrpald weekly. Address SHER
MAN, TANGENBEKG & CO., 160 W. Late St.,
WANTED-A MIDDLE AGED MAN AS
clerk In hotel: one that ran make himself
generallyiuscful. Apply HOTEL MONAN. Jean
nette. Pa. au2S-40
-TTTANTEO-BOl TO LEARN THE HORSE
I v SHOEI2 G trade, one who can strike shoes.
Apply D. THOMAS, cor. Larimer and Lincoln
aves.. East End. su2103
WANTED-A GENTLEMAN TO ENGAGE
with a mercantile agency; good position;
steady employment: references required. Ad
dressM. Dispatch office. au21-59
WANTED YOUNG MAN FOR SUORr
HAND, typewriting and general office work;
state salary expected, rcierence and age. Address
P. B. H., Dispatch office. au23-l
ANTED-MEN SELLING MILL SUPPLIES
or machinery to handle babbit metal as side
issue; meiai sens rapidly: good commission. Ad
dress METAL, Detroit, 1
WANTED-DRUG CLERK; MUST GIVETHE
very best of reference: state number of
years' experience and what wages wanted. Ad
dress F. S. G., Dispatch office. au25-47
-TTJ ANTED THREE MEN TO SELL PIC
TV TUBES: must be honest and Industrious;
no capital required: salary and commission given.
&47 LIBERTY ST.. Boom fro. 3. jfn
ANTED AGENTS TO SELL OUR HOME
OPATHIC family medicines: steady work:
can make 12 to S15 per week. DR. O'KEEFE 4
CO., Homeopathic Chemists, 34 Filth ave.
WANTED-SALESMEN TO SELL A PATENT
ledger, advertising cards, fans, calendars,
rulers, novelties for advertising, etc. to mer
chants. MODEL LEDGER CO., SouS Bend. Ind.
WANTED-A GOOD CUTTER AND COAT
MAKER: single man preferred; highest
wages paid and steady work; must be able tw run
" Auuress, lorsaays. 3. M.. DIsnatch
WANTED AN ARCHITECTURAL
draughtsman: one familiar with first-class
work on public buildings. Address, giving x-
perlence and salary expected, .
WANTED-A CATHOLIC MAN OF ENERGY
and ability to take orders and collect: steady
position and fair salary guaranteed; relerence or
security. FANNING Jfc GURREN, room 3. Mc
Cance block. au2S-8
TTTANTED SEVERAL BRIGHT YOUNO
V T men. about 1G to 18 years of age, who have
had some experience in retail business. Call or
address DAN Z1GER & SHOENBERG, Sixth st.
and Penn ave. auI5-5J
WANTED-SALESMAN FOB CITY AND
surrounding trade for trimmings and
tailors' trimmings; one that has had experience;
state salary expected- reference required. Ad
dress N. B., Dispatch office. au24-9
TTTANTED-FOR THE UNITED STATES
J T army, able-bodied, unmarried men, between
, ,u.ge' in ;.nd.M ars: good pay, rations
clothing and medical attendance. Apply at NO.
915 PENN AVEN UE, Pittsburg. Pa.
W-A-N'F0 BOOKKEEPER FOR LARGE
wholesale nontp' nrmriMttiii.ttinii .nri
pood salary-to the rljrht party; none but experi-
a1rAlT TTISII Wrltti vaawA ... -r
enced men, with reference, need apply; corre-
Address DANK. DIs-
WANTED FAKIRS AND OTHERS lO
make money by handling our novelties; we
now have the finest thing on earth for the fall
fairs; goes like hot cakes; call at once and be out
fitted. ANCHOR NOVELTY CO., LIM.. No 13
beventh St.. Pittsburg. an22-21
TTTANTED-A FEW GOOD 12-INCU MILL
V roughen at regular scale wages: no strike
or trouble: mills running now and always run
steady, double turn; none but steady, sober men
SLi' jy'ned- TSET,1'BJJai5iJ iron
COMPANY. Springfield, HI. au234
TTJANTEl) BAD WRITERS AT SMART'S
VV ECLECTIC SHORTHAND AND BUSI
NESS COLLEGE. 4 Sixth st. : penmanfhln. book
keeDlng. arithmetic shorthanitypewrltlnVthor
?.1.1E.ta.u,ftt for5 Der ma"i: private lnstruc-
uwua ,v, uuw BC.&.C; VUCU USUI V ji. if. to Q p. Jf,
TTTANTED-AGENTS FOR THE MISSOURI
v V Washer which affords profitable business;
It washes dirtiest clothes clean by hot steam with
out rubbing: arguments in Its favor are numerous
?ndiC.onJlncln't: esilysold; sent on two weeks
.? re,tn,Sf 4 .at mT "Peuse if not satlsfac
TSFTiiWir,lt?Sr "'"strated circular and terms. J.
WOEl'H, 54Beekman St.. N. Y. Je30-74-su
WANTE?Ei.EST-CLASS INDUSTRIAL IN
SURANCE men to work the most popular
company now doing business In Pittsburg: poli
cies In immediate benefit: 13 times, 20 per cent and
no lapses to make good; choicest territory In the
two cities; none but men of Integrity and ability
need apply, but good men can secure steady, good
paying positions. Apply to WALTER JloWE,
room 4. McCance block, Pittsburg. auZ5-sT
WANTED-AGENTS-FOR EVERY STATE
In the Union for The Life and Letters of
Roscoo Conkllng." by his nephew, Alfred R.
lonkllng; prospectuses ready in a fewdavs. and
complete copies will follow shortly aiterward:
early applications by first-class men and ladies
will secure choice of best territory; this Is one of
the greatest opportunities to make money ever
Offered. CHAftLES L. WEBSTER & cS.Pub-I1,nc,rA.No-3
a,t fourteenth St., New York.
Wa..t.eVt5,neJiaI' and local
Tnv 1-il.n1? 2,j?,n.dletn5ew Patent Chemiol
Ink Erasing Pencil; greale.t novelty ever pro-2?l:8e3Jn.,n-tw.0
k'm ts,r?; ,v x" . gejir? ?'
amounted to H2u i ,lx days: knother Sffiln t-o
."": 'e,7l.;or'r absolutely' free; sHaryTo good
uui, uiiiujcaiiccuauffer; sample 35 eta Fo
C(,l,?'HI1.dsF0i1,rtlMDlar,, "dd"" THE MON
i.ol ERASER CO., Manufacturers, La Crosse
" ' snSXS
men; no lauies need answer: samnta ... r-
WANTED-GIRI.STO DO HAND SEWING.
au2AMPLIN ER & RICH, 81 Liberty St.
W-SZS-1R:roR GENERAL HOUSE
iVWCEK; small family. 14 THIRD AVE.
WANTED-EXPERIENCED LADY WAITERS
at CE-NTRAL HOTEL. Allegheny city.
. HOTEL, Allegheny City.
WANTED-LAUNDRY WOMAN AND DISH
washer. Apply HOTEL MONAN. Jean
tette, pa. an25-4i)
alio. Otlfftnl In... Tin nth -.TT"l V. T'
VV also, one milliner; no others need call,
ply Monday 66 OHIO ST., Allegheny. Pa.
WANTED-OIELS TO WORK ON SHIRTS;
.. .nneDnt experienced hands need apply
call between 8 and 9 Monday mornlnir H
HANN ACH ft BRO., 80 Sixth st. iriii-isg
WANTED-A GOVERNESS-ONE THAT IS
competent to teach English, German
French and music: best of references reaulred
Apply corner WESTERN AND BIDWELL.
Allegheny City. au25-4l
TTTANTED-GIBLTO COOK AND ASSIST IN
TV general housework: mall family must
have experience: bring reference. Can between
10 A. JC. and 1 r. II , 31 CEN1RAL ST., Allegheny,
between Ridge and Western aves. ii&
WANTED-A POSITION BY A FIRST-CLASS
job printer, with five years' experience as
foreman and proofreader or a larae Western
office. Address JOB PB1NT&R, Dispatch office
for one week. au2S-3
Stale and Female flelo.
TTJANTED-LAnlES AND GENTLEMEN IN
T V city or country to earn S3 to S3 a dy at their
homes; no canvassing: work furnished. For par
ticulars address, with sump. CKYSTALIZED
PHOTO CO., 112 W. Sixth St., Cincinnati, O.
WANTED ALL HONEST AND COMPE
TENT persons having first-class references.
wlnlnffeniDlqyment. Call on or address TWIN
CITY EMPLOYMENT BUKEAU, 67 Kirth ave
nue, second floor. PitUburjr. N. B. Employers
supplied with nrst-class assistants. au25-I06
TfTANTED-SALESMEN AND SALESLADIES
ii for our drycoods depirtment, salesladies
for notion department, salesladies for linen de
partment, salesladies for cloak department: only
those having experience need apply. Call or ad
dress DANZIGLK & SHUiSNliEftU, Sixth st.
and fenn ave. ' au2J-S3
TTTANTED AT KEATING HOTJSE, A MAN
ii for hostler and wife fur assistant cook. I
have a nice house of 4 rooms and half an acre of
irroand for them to occupy as a home Parties
can call and see for themselven on and up to W ed
nesday. August 27. 1S9. KEATING HOUSE,
Pcrrysville Plankroad. ao23-!U7
TrrANTBD-PAirXNEK IN OPEN nEARTn
it and molding sand; established trade. Ad
dress S. S. KOBINSON.lESPourth ave., Pittsburs:.
"VTTANTED-I DESIRE TO MEET GENTLE
T V MAN with capital that would he Interested
In manufacturing ammonia and fuel gas on a
large scale: the latter a by product and cost noth
ing. Address R. P., Dispatch office. an25-123
WANTED-PARTNER TO TAKE HALF
Interest in well established light manu
facturing business In this citr; about J5.000 cap
ital required: closest Investigation invited. All
Particulars from W. W. MCNEILL & IIRO.. 105
ourth ave. au23-67-uwsu
this a good opening to a young man of a
business turn: owner requires capital and assist
ance to meet Increasing city business, can Invest
tcto II, 500. STRAUB MORRIS, Third ave.
and Wood St., city. au25-09
WANTED-A LADY AND THREE YOUNG
men (slsterand brothers) desire three rooms,
with board, in tbe East End, from about Septem
ber 20; private family preferred. Address, giving
terms. M. A., i. O. Box 128. aua-13
Boarders and Lodgers.
"TTTANTED-OCCUPANTSFOB NICELY FUTS
V NISHED room; use or bath. Apply No. 65
CHATHAM ST. au25-15
WANTED-OCCUPASTS FOR FURNISHED
or unfurnished rooms. S9 MONTGOMERY
AVE.. Allegheny. Pa. au25-2l
WANTED OCCUPANTS FOR ROOMS A
largo front room nicely furnished, on line
or Fifth ave. cable cars. East End. Address
ROOMS, P. O. Box 745. au25-18
WANTED-PARTIES WANTING BOARD
for a short time In the country can be ac
commodated at a farm house 7 miles lrom city,
near station: good water, shade, etc. Address
R&MOH, Dispatch office. au2S-20
Rooms. Bouses. Etc
TTTANTED-ROOM-FOR A GENTLEMAN IN
,11 private family; references given: state
location and terms. Address ROOM NO. L Dis
patch office. au25-130
WANTED LARGE FURNISHED ROOM
fronting park; fitted with natural and arti
ficial gas: bath room adjoining. Address COM
FORT, Dispatch office. au25-HS
WANTED-PART OR WHOLE OF FUR
NISHED house in nice location in Alle
gheny; will pay good rent to respectable people
only. Address P. O. BOX 118, Allegheny, Pa,
TTTANTED FURNISHED ROOM. FRONT.
v v with or without board, convenient to post
office, by gentleman and wife; house with no other
lodgers preferred. Address A. M. HOWARD,
Box 414. Pittsburg. SU23-12S
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY AT 4Vf, S AND
6 per cent free ot tax. W. & STEWART:
114 Fourth ave. JiO-2-so
TTrANTED-MORTGAGES MONEY TO LOAN
I V la sums to suit at 4f, 5 and per cent,
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
IT in large and small amounts at 4H. 5 and 6
per cent, free of State tax: no delay. REED B.
COYLE & CO., 131 Fourth ave. my21-60
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY ON MORT
GAGES on Improved real estate in sums of
1500 and upward itW.
5 and 6 per cent. L. O.
FRAZIER, Forty-fifth and Butler sts
TTTANTED MORTGAGES-SI, IXAOOOIOLO AN
II on city and suburban properties at 4X, Sand
6 per cent, and on larms In Allegheny and adja
cent countlesat 6 per cent. I. M. PENNOCK A
'SON, 105 Fourth avenue. ap7-f41
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY WE HAVE
over one million dollars to loan on city and
suburban property at 41 per cent; no tax: we
will also loan money on imnroved farms in Alle
gheny, Beaver. Fayette. Washington and Wcst-
uurejanu counties; auymarsetauie security Taken
fcr loans of any amount. BLACK A BAIRD. 95
Fourth ave. Je3-a9-su
WANTED-LESSONS IN THE EVENING ON
the steel square. Addrass. stating terms.
tt TRIANGLE, Dispatch office. au25-108
WANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
dozen (13) of Stewart & Co. 's fine cabinet
photos for SL at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
YTTANTEO-EVERYBODY TO SEND THEIR
v V furniture needing upholstering, repairing
and rellnlshlng to UAUGU 4 KEENAN, S3 and
21 Water st. 'Phone 1626. aul4
TTTANTED-TO BUY AND SELL FANCY
V T dogs, especially pups, such as pugs. French
poodles, skye terriers, black and tan and New
loundlands. ESPICH'S, 640 Smlthfield street.
WANTED-PERSON S TO JOIN AN ELGIN
Watch Club and to pay 81 per week on fine
gold watches drawn each week; call at once.
JOHNM1TSCH, 130 Federal St., Allegheny.
TTTANTEO-ALL LADIES ENTERING GAR--3.X.
JIBR'S dressmaking and cutting school.
802 Penn avenue, next week, will get life scholar
ships at half price; scholars can enter at any time.
TTTANTED TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
TV BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one In the club at 11 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX SOL and I will call and snow you the watch.
TTTANTED-GENTLEMEN WHO DESIRE A
TV wife or lively correspondent, to send ad
dress and 2-cent stamp to THE AMERICAN COR
RESPONDING CLUB, Box 643. Clarksburg. W.
WANTED AGENTS TO KNOW THAT WIS
enlarge pictures and frame them: also that
we have a new stvle frame that sells at sight.
Bend for price list. PITTSBURG CRAYON CO.,
531 Smlthfield st. au25-i05
TTTANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
Y V TOGRAPHER, 96 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that be Is making fine cabinets at II 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous process. mhl3-43
WANTED-MEMBERS OF THE WESTERN
Pennsylvania Industrial Co-operative As
sociation who have not received the new trade
circular, and persons desiring Information in
regard to membership, to call at No. 12 FEDERAL
bTREET, Allegheny, room 21. au25-119
TTTANTED-ALL BARBERS TO READ THIS
TV The undersigned tenders a cordial Invita
tion to the barber trade of Pittsbnrg and vicinity
to call and Inspect our new furniture salesrooms:
our stock of comolnation cases, dressing cases,
chairs, washstands, mirrors, etc.. Is the finest
ever exhibited In Western Pennsylvania; don't
fail to call and see the new Vienna cylinder com
bination case, the finest ever manufactured. II.
EDLIS ft CO., Leading Manufacturers and Deal
ers In Barbers' Supplies and Furniture, successors
to S. Delp. 502, 504, 506, 5C8 and 510 Liberty street.
Pittsburg. Pa. au25-80
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-LOGAN ST.-FRAME HOUSE 6
rooms, nice large attic hall, vestibule, etc.;
lot 24X100. J. B. COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth aye
FOR SALE-MILLER ST. BRICK HOUSE OF
6 rooms: hall, both gases; everything in first
class condition; lot 20x120; price 83,150. J. R.
COOHER ft CO., 107 Fourth ave. au25-71
Si 000 COLWELL ST.: GOOD
of four rooms: cellar, front and
AJ brick house of four rooms;
rear porcnes; gas ana water; lot 20X1UO to alley.
J. it. ;ooPER ft CO., 107 Fourth ave. au25-71
IOR SALE GRANDVIEW AVE. GOOD
framenouse of 5 rooms and ball: city water:
cistern; large lot well Improved: ptlce (1,800: easy
payments. J. R. COOPER CO., 107 Fourth ave.
TTIOR SALE-BLUFF ST., NEAR COLLEGE,
X? new brick house, 8 rooms, hall, bathroom,
finished basement; all late Improvements; lot 23
ft. 9 In. by 133 ft.: terms to suit. ROBT. COW
ARD, No. MBiuffst. aBl-87-TTSSu
FORSALE-NO. 478 BEDFORD AVE- (3,500-A
great bargain, brick bouse of fi rooms and
storeroom, hall, water and gas. good cellar, ate:
also 3-roora frame In rear fronting on alley; best
location on the bill for grocery; lot 20x143. J. R.
COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth ave. an25-71
SALE -SECOND AVE., FRONTING
k. eood brick dwelling of 11 rooms, rinnhl
r,- i.Z.J T . ... " . . . " - .
Eariur, siming aoors, nan. launary.nnisueo attic,
oth gases, bath, range b. and c. water, plenty
of closets, good sewerage, etc. ; lot 24 ft. front.
For price etc., see J. K. COOPER ft CO., 107
Fourth ave. au25-71
TTIOR BALE-83,200 A GOOD 8 PER CENT NET
JU Investment: three new well built brick dwell
ings, each contains 6 rooms,, 2 finished attic
rooms; bath, inside shutters, hot and cold water,
slate mantels, etc: lot 40x100 feet to 20 foot paved
and sewered alley; one-half square from traction
line: total annual rent (864: splendid permanent
Investment. L. O. FRAZIER, Forty-firth and
Butler sts. au24-84-TTSu
East End Resdaences.
IOR BALE-ON A PROMINENT PAVED
ave. In the East End. lotfiOx2?5: niwhri.v
bouse: reception hall, 12 rooms, bathroom, base
ment laundry; all tbe latest Improvements: ele
gant porches, plate glass, hard wood mantels,
etc, etc.; everything of the very best; elegant
neighborhood, and convenient to both steam and
cable cars. THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave
FOR SALE IMPHOVED REAL ESTATE.
Eiut End Residence.
FOB SALE-2 LOTS. 20X183 IEET, t CEDAE
St., with frame house 4 rooms; 13,500. D.
BEHEN & SOW, 4112 Fenn ave. au25-M
T7I9R SALE-NEW FRAME HOUSE, BROOMS.
V etc.: lot 24x150; No. 5122 Penn ave; Huo.
D. BEHEN & SON, 4112 Penn ave. an23-24
FOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL 8 AND 8-BOOMED
houses at Homewood, from 2,200 upward, on
easy payments. MELLON BKOTilEKS.at Penna.
B. R. depot. East Liberty. au23-116-TT8SU
FOR SALE-f3,000-ON EASY PAYMENTS
Lot G0XI2S It, located In an excellent neigh
borhood, on one of the main avenues. W. C,
STEWART, U4 Fourth are. au25-U-SU
FOR SALE-FINE S-ROOMED HOUSE LOT
48x133 feet, on Grazier street, Homewood:
will s-ll cheap and on easy payments. MELLON
BROl-HEKS, 6W9 Station St.. E. E.
3 TICK SALE-FRAME HOUSE, 6 ROOMS,
halL attic. Inside shutters, etc;, and small
house or 2 rooms. Beattyst., E. E.; a rare bar
gain. D. BEHEN X SON, 4112 Penn ave.
FOR SALE-ON LEM1NGTQN AVE.. NEAR
Lincoln ave., 2J4 acres; good lrame house of
5 rooms; elegant water: finest of fruit In abun
dance: 87.C0O. THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave.
IOR 8LE-M,000-NEW QUEEN ANNE
brick dwelling, containing 10 roams and nil
covenlences: lot 47x148; the best property for the
money in Shadyslde. W. C. STEWART, 114
1 ourth ave. au25-ll-su
dwelling or 0 rooms; hall, vestibule, slate
mantels; city water,; good cellar, eic; lot ZOx
120: a great bargain. 5. K. COOPER & CO, 107
fourth avenue. au25-71
ITOR SALE-ON SOUTH HILAND AVE.-LOT
374x140 to 20-rt. alley, brlca house of 8 rooms
and bathroom; large front and side porches: ele-
nt neighborhood and Tery desirable. THOS.
IGGETT. No. 144 Fourth ave. au!7-75-wssu
FOR SALE-CORNER MELLON AND BLACK
sts., only one square from Negleyave., neat
frame bouse or 6 rooms, finished attic, city water,
gas, etc.; lot 30x100: price only S2.800. J. E.
COOPER 4 CO.. 107 Fourth ave. au25-7l
FOR SALE-I1B.500-ELEGANT BRICK RESI
DENCE, containing 12 rooms and all Im
provements; lot 87x200 ft. desirably located on
one ot the finest paved avenues of East End. W.
C. STEWART. 114 Fourth ave. au25-U-su
FOR SALE 830,000 NEW AND SUBSTAN
TIAL brick residence, containing 12 large
rooms and all conveniences; lot 114x410 ft: this Is
one of the finest located and cheapest pieces of
property In Shadyslde. W. C. STEWART, 114
t ourth ave. au25-ll-sn
FORSALE HANDSOMEBR1CKAND FRAME
houses In close proximity to both Hiland and
Negley aves., on paved streets, and all modern
conveniences, at low prices and easy payments.
MELLON BROTHERS, at Penna. R. R. Depot,
East Liberty. au25-113-TTSU
FOR SALE-A FINE 6-ROOMED HOUSE ON
a triangular lot, with 115 feet fronton a 60
foot street: this bargain Is handy to Fifth avenue
cable andP. R. Ii., and we oner at S2,6u0on easy
payments. MELLON BROTHERS, at Penna. K.
R. depot. East Liberty. au24-U6-TTSSu
FORSALE-tll.OOO, ON EASY PATMENTS: A
new Queen Anne brick dwelling, containing
12 rooms, all conveniences, fine gas fixtures, and
Is elegantly papered; lot 55x175 feet; located in tbe
heart of the East End, on one of the main avenues.
IV. C STEW ART, 114 Fourth ave. aulMB-su
FOR SALE-f2.7C0-ON VERY EASY PAY
MENTS, frame dwelling, 5 rooms, finished
attic, hall, vestibule. Inside shutters, porches, etc.,
located on Gross St., Twentieth ward; three
minutes' walk to station: lot 21x100. L. O.
FRAZIER, Forty-fifth and Butler sts.
FOR SALE-ON O'HARA ST.-NEAR WAL
NUT St., lot 42x130, good frame house 8 rooms,
bath room, basement laundry, elegant front and
side porches: convenient to both steam and cable
cars; very desirable; only 7 ,500. THOS. LIG
GETT, No. 114 Fourth ave.
aul6-30-16.17.18, 22, 24, 25 .
FOR SALE LINCOLN, NEAR FRANK3
TO WN avenue Good frame dwelling, 9 rooms,
hall, bath, range, h. and c water, both gases,
front and back porches, shade trees and shrub
bery: choice location r lot 50x19): at a low price
and easy terms. J. K. COOPER A CO., 107 Fourth
SALE-HSOO-MEADOW ST., NEAR
mer ave.. new and ve.rv neitt fnnin hnna
J? Larimer ave..
w 4 rwuis, reception nail, xwp nnisned attic
rooms, both gases, nicely papered throughout,
front and back porches, nice front yard, good
neighborhood, etc: lot 24x100: perfect sewerage.
J. R. COOPER &. CO., 107 Fourth ave. au25-71
FORSA.LE-ON MEADOW ST.-NEAR LARI
MER ave.. lot 42x150, good 2-story frame
cottage bouse of 5 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 S3.30O. THOS. LIGGETT.
No. 141 Fourth ave. aul7-75-wgsu
TTIOK SALE-6 CHOICE HOUSES ON SIDNEY
JL' St.. above 23d; best location on Southslde;
houses have pressed brick fronts and contain 8
rooms, with bath and laundry, if wanted city water,
both gases and first-class plumbing: one square
from Carson st- cars; terms, 1,000 cash, balance
payable to suit the purchaser. Apply, as noted on
houses, or to B. PHILLIPS, Dispatch otdce.
Fifth ave., city. au23-30-Tursu
POR S ALE SHADYSIDE RESIDENCE NEW
Queen Anne brick dwelling. S rooms, recep
tion hall, bath, laundry, hot and cold water, tile
hearths, sliding doors, plate glass windows, front
and rear porches, pantry, flag walks, etc. : conve-
nlent to steam and
ia caoie cars, and surrounded by
new and flnei residences; lot 37KX190 feet to alley;
prlce7,500; terms easy,
v. x iuuila, jt ony-
uiiu auu cutler sts
FOR SALE-ON COR. PENN AND LINDEN
aves.. lot 46x179, elegant brick bouse, 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 of the very best;
onfy (16,1100. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth
ave. aul6-30-16, 17,18,22,24.25
FOR SALE PARTIES LOOKING FOR
houss cannot find a more desirable situation
than Oakland square: tbe greater number of the
durably built, handsomely finished new dwellings
erected there bave been sold within the past sixty
days; asphalt pavements, natural and artificial
gas. a beautirnl park planted with shade trees,
and convenience to the city, being but 20 minutes
by Pittsbnrg Traction road, are among the ad
vantages. Prices, S8. 500 an d (6. 700, on easy term a.
Apply to C. H. CHANCE, on the premises.
FOR SALE-FOR ALLEGHENY CITY PROP
ERTY see EW1NG ft BYEKS, No. 107 Federal
ITIOR SALE NO. 144 JACKSON BTREET (BIG
bargain): see EWINO ft B YERS. No. 107 Fed
eral street. aa21-39-wssu
FORSALE-SEEEWING&BYERS FOR AL
LEGHENY city property; office No. 107
Federal street. au25-51
FOR SALE-NO. 1 NIXON STREET-ONLY
8T.300. Possession September 1. EW1&G&
BYERS, No. 107 Federal street. aua-39-wssu
FOR SALE-fS, 000-THAT ELEGANT NEW
and substantial press brick dwelling (never
occupied), containing 9 rooms, batb, stationary
washstands, laundry, cement cellar and all Im
provements, located on Ackley st, head ot
Monterey St., Allegheny. W. C. STEWART. 114
Fonrth ave. ap21-19-su
FORSALE ORTO LET A BE AUT1FUL NEW
house of 7 rooms, bath room, pantry, finished
attic, etc., on Marshall ave., Allegheny: 2 min
utes' walk, on good boardwalk to electric cars,
which will run to Pittsburg postofflce after Octo
ber 1; house will be finished September 1; price
15.000; terms to salt THOS. M. MARSHALL. Jh..
117 Diamond St., Pittsburg. Pa. au23-24
17IOR SALE WILKINSBURG, NEAR STA
1 TION 15 per cent Investment: 2 frame houses
of 5 rooms each, with lot 33x132. For particulars
see J. R. qOQPERftCO.. 107 Fourth ave. au25-7I
FOR SALE WILKLNSBURG ROSS ST.,
near Wood, two-story frame dwelling of 7
rooms, hall, front and back stairs, front and back
porches, natural gas. good cistern well of good
water, grape arbor, sbade trees, etc ; lot 30x132.
uuvrui ft uo., loi jrourtn ave. au25-7l
SALE-SUBURBAN RESIDENCE TW
oorougn, a acres; hvu reet front on
avenue: on good macadamized road; never falling
spring and well of purest water; large, beautiful
ones aweuing. witn state rooz, marble mantels.
Inside w. c., bath, laundry, pantry, natural and
Illuminating gases; best fruited place In the
country; a bargain. W. H. HESELBARTH. Real
Estate Agent, 121 Wabash St., West End. city.
FOR SALE LOTS.
TTIOR SALE-LOT 20XIC0, CARNEGIE AVE.
chean If taken at once.
D. BEHEN 4 SON,
4112 Penn ave
TT'OR SALE-LOTS ON BLUFF AND VICKROY
jl' sts., near college
terms to suit. ROBT.
CO WARD, 20 Bluff st.
TTiOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL LOTS AT MORN
J INGSIItE, Eighteenth ward; can be bought
for (50 to ((CO; long payment: the owner will
build houses for purchasers and give long time
to pay for them; requiring an outlay of very little
more than a filr rent. Call upon the owner,
CHAS. E. CORNELIUS. 406 Grant St.. Plttsbnrc-
or ?.HBon tbe premises and see his agent, N. P.
SaWYER. . au22-19
FOR SALE-OX100 FEET ON RIVER AVE
NUE (at a big sacrifice). See EW1NG ft BY
EKS, No. 107 Federal street. an25-5t
FOR SALE-3 FINE BUILDING LOTS 20X100
each on Willis street. Nunnery Hill, at less
than cost ir sold before Sept, 1. See EWINO ft
B YERS, No. 107 Federal street. au25-51
FOR SALE-LOT. WILKINSBURG: 2 MIN
UTES from station: lot 33x132: cheap and terms
to suit. J. B. COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth aye
FOR SALE-FARM 550 ACRES. EXCELLENT
location, Monroe Co . Ohio, fronting on Ohio
river. 43 miles below Wheeling, W. Va. For de
scription, address WM. STEWART, SlstersvlIIe,
W. Va. au25-97
IOR SALE AN IMPROVED FARM OF 4!
acres tin the oil tvirinnl. P(nn Inwnihln
!F"t.le.r..c.22n,J,L P1 bargain. Address MBS.
JtLIZABETH TOBEN, Glade Mill, or NO. 14
FOR SALE LOTS.
East End Lota.
T7IOR SATF-SLOIO CASH LOT 8SX2G0 FSET.
JU desirably located on one of tbe finest avenues
(paved) In the East End. W. C. STEWART. 114
FOR SALE-WELL. LOCATFD BUILDING
sites on Grazier st. at low nrlces and on easy
Esyments. MELLON BROTHERS, at Pcnna. R.
. depot. East Liberty. auC5-ll-t-Tussu
FOR SALE-ON SOUTH HILAND AVE., LOT
40x131 to sewered alley; S3.tu0cash or H0
on time: offered for a short time only. THOS.
LIGQETT, No. U4 Fourth ave.
auIS-31-15, 17, 19, 22, 24, 25
FOR SALE NICE BUILDING LOT, SOUTH
of P. R. It. and handy to Ben Venue station;
50 feet front for tSoO, on easy payments. MELLON
BROTHERS, at Penna. K.B. depot. East Liberty.
FOR SALE-ON ROUPST.. BETWEEN FIFTO
ave. and Walnut St.. beautiful lot 40x100 to
20ft. alley; elegant neighborhood, good sewer
age and convenient to both steam and cable cars;
only S2.400. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth
FOR SALE ON WALNUT ST.. NEAR
Hiland ave., beautiful lot 75x220 to a 50ft. st. :
elegant nelghborbood: convenient Co both steam
and cable cars; special terms if purchaser will
Improve a; once. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114
Fourth ave. aul7-74-wrssu
FOR SALE 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 lot: reason
able price and on easy terms. THOS. LIGGETT,
No. U4i ourth ave. auI7-74-WFSSu
TTIOR SALE-BAUM GROVE LOTS-f40 TO S30
j. a iocs ironi; sewerea. curoea ana nag stone
these prices? Full li
wr.ere can von dnnlicate
information from VFI.T.I1V
BROS.. Station st . . E.. or JOHN P. BAXTER,
Agt., 512 Smltbneld st. au25-59-wssu
FOR SALE-LOTS! LOTSI-3 CHOICE LOTS
on Frankstown ave.. Brusbton station. Bank
of Commerce addition plan; each 40x140 feet to 24
foot alley: terms to suit: cheapest lots In the
market. Secure plan from JOHN F. BAXTER,
Agent, 512 Smlthfield st. au25-59-WSSn
FOR SALE-ON EDWIN ST., ONE SQUARE
from Hiland ave.. lots 120 ft.deep to a wwered
alley; natural and artificial gas: city water on
the street: good neighborhood and desirable loca
tion; only HO per foot front; terms to suit pur
chasers. THUS. LIGGETT. No. 114 Fourth ave.
ault-31-16, 17, 19,22, 24, 25
FOR SALE-ONLY fi50 CASH. BALANCE ON
easy payments, will buy a lot 50x150 reet to an
alley In the McComb's grove plan, which is one ot
tbe most beautifully located plans of lots in tbe
East End. being In Shadyslde (Squirrel Hill dis
trict). In a nelghborbood that is strictly first
class: the new electric road, which will be In
operation In October, passes this property; it is
within 10 minutes' walk of Fifth avenue cable cars
and but a few steps from the proposed park. Sold
subject to building restriction at prices ranging
from ,1,000 to S1.50U per lot. Call and get a plan.
If you want to see the property, take Fifth avenue
cable car. get off at Wllklns ave. and walk to
Wightman st. W. C. STEW ART, U4 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-EAST END BUILDING SITES
Prices, terms and all Information cheerfully
furnished on application. Lot 175 feet on Fifth
avenne, near Hliand, running back 220 feet to
Arabella street: five lots, each 50x170. on Neville
street, corner Center avenue: lot 100x135 on Re
becca street, near Penn avenue; lot 60x23 on
Negley avenue, near Penn avenue: lot 187x115 on
Negley avenne, one square from Penn avenue:
lot 111X170 corner Negley avenue and Martaretta
St.; several lots 100x300 reet on Wlneblddle ave
nue: lot 57X108 onMargaretta St.; 20 lots, each
40x200 feet, on Falrmount avenne: several lots on
Atlantlo avenne. each 50x140; lots on Conrad st
each 50x160. etc., etc. STRAUB & MORRIS, cor
ner Wood st. and Third avenue. au25-so
FOR SALE-LOTS AT HAZELWOOD AND
Glen wood, near the station: forest and
trmt trees, graded streets, sidewalks, city water,
houses for sale on monthly payments if desired:
Second Ave. Electric Railway will pass In front of
these lots; B. & o. Railroad fare monthly tickets.
6H cents per trip. GEORGJS C. BURGW1N. 150
Fourth ave. Jy24-l2-MWsn
POR SALE BUSINESS.
TTOR SALE-A GOOD BAKERY, CHEAP,
a.- uwiub riiuu uusioess: koou reasons lor sell
Inquire at 2130 SARAH ST.
FOR SALE-S50O WILL BUY ONE OF THE
best restaurants on Smlthfield St.: owner
must leave city at once; great chance to make
money. ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel.
TTIOK SALE BAKERY, CONFECTIONERY,
.. lyU.1I EAllU.lCni,
trsdp In tnwn tf mnmr
long lease, low rent: good chance for the right
man: good reason for selling. Address BAKER,
Dispatch office. au21-10
TmOE SALE-HESTAURANT-SO0BKST LIT
JU TLE stand In tbe city, bavlng a net annual
profit of 3.000; splendid chance for a live, active
man that understands the business; call early. J.
E. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave. au&Tl
TTIOR SALE BESTAURANT-S800-BEST LIT
J TLE stand In the city, having a net annnal
profit of (3.000: splendid chance for a live, active
man that understands the business. Call early.
J. R. COOPER ft CO.. 107 Fourth ave. iu23-j
FOR SALE FINEST, COMPLETE OUTFIT
tor drugstore in the citr: all new; prescrip
tion case, JO-rt. counter, side cases, two show
cases, etc. : will sell for frtoo: cost 81,500. Inquire
at ALBEMARLE HOTEL, Sixth street. au24-74
T7IOR SALE-FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT
JU and confectionery business, on Sixth avenne.
Homestead; best stand In the borough; immediate
possession given; good reason for selling. Call
on or address GEO. W. GILES, Real Estate and
insurance Agent, Homestead, jra. au22-29-TbSSu
FOR S A LE A SPLEN DID CON FECTION ER Y".
news, stationery, tobacco and clsrars and no
tions stand: business runs handsome and sure, and
growing every day: situated before a public place;
price very low. Including stock. Inquire at once
at 4702 PENN AVE,, two doors from Pearl.
FORSALE ONE OF THE FINEST AND OLD
EST established retail businesses In Pittsburg.
Is located In the heart or the city: stock is new and
not controlled by style; will inventory about 110,
000. Tbls is an elegant opportunity for a wide
awake man to get Into a clean, profitable and
legitimate buslnes. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth
FOR SALE-THE BEST FALL AND WIMER
business season that Pittsbnrg has ever known
will soon be bere. Choice cheap grocery stores,
drygoods and notion stores, bakeries, furnished
house for roomers, very profitable laree bakery
and confectionery, cigar 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.
SHEPARD ft CO.. 54 Fifth ave. au21-51
FIR SALE-(8,50O TERMS TO SUIT. 3-STORY
brick business property on Grant, between
Second and Third avenues. ALLES 4 BAILEY.
164 Fourth avenue. Telephone 167. au22-89-Tbssu
OK SALE-THE NOKTHSIDE GRAIN AND
teed elevator and warehouse, corner North
and Irwin avenues, Allegheny, Pa., with all fur-
nishments: a bargain to the right party. Address
J. V. HUTCHINSON, New Brighton, 1
FOB SALE SEVERAL PIECES OF PROP
ERJ? Y on Fourth ave. : also a number of
pieces on Penn ave., Smlthfield st. and other
good streets: will take pleasure in elvlng full par
ticulars and showing surveys to parties desiring
to purchase. W. C. STEWART. 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE 3IISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, etc
FOR SALE-A FINE LEATHER TOP ROAD
buggy and set of harness, for 870. Address
BUGGY.lDlspatch Office. au25-63
TEAM, BAY MARES.
J? matched: young, sound, speedy, gentle and
sbjusu. Auaress.. J),
Dispatch office. au25-13t
FOR SALE-BICYCLE, BRAN NEW VICTOR
safety: used one week; reduction; must
sell. Address BARGAIN. Dispatch Office. auS-23
iOR SALE-GOOD SECOND-HAND SIX-
SEATrcarrlage: to he seen at L. GLESEN-
jf a w. 'a warerooms. sn 1'enn ave
TTTANTED TO EXCHANGE A FINE, WELL
VV broke English setter dog, 2 years old, for
B. L. shotgun. Address DOG, Dlspath office
FOB SALE-f20-PONY, HARNESS AND
cart: is new and the handsomest turnout In
the East End: reason for selling, owner leaves the
city. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. Jy7-10-Su
rOR SALE-AN IDEAL DRIVING HORSE,
7-year-old, bright bay, 15$ bands, fast trot
ter and would single-root under saddle; hand
some perfectly sound and without a fault. B. s..
Dispatch office auls-38-TUFSu
SALE TWO BREWSTER SIDE-BAR
fries, one doctor's bursy and fonr rmrt
carts; also one draft and one buggy horse; will sell
cheap to make room for other goods: call and get
a bargain. BENNETT ft FLOCKER, cor. Klrk
patrlck and West End ave au24-66
TJWE SALE-A FINE TURNOUT-BAY MARE.
JJ sound and gentle and good roadster, one
buggy made by Glesenkamn ft Son, one set of
single driving harness, also one family barouche.
The above can be seen for a few days at tbe stables
or A. JACKMAN ft SON, 530 to &J6 Penn ave.
FOR SALE-HORSES AND CARRIAGES-IN
order to settle an estate the following prop
erty Is offered at private sale: Bay horse Grover
Clevelaud. s years old, 16 hands, s'iredby Hugo:
this horse Is very stvllsh. good galted. and. with
out training, gives promise of speed, prompt
driver and a No. 1 roadster. Sorrel mare Caprice
4 years old. IS! hands, sired by Beaumont, he by
Belmont; this mare Is good looking, well bred,
and should. If trained, learn to go fast. Gray
mare 8 years old, 15S bands, sound, gentle and
Srompt driver; has been used forfamlly purposes,
ay horse 8 years old. 15K hands, sound, gentle
a prompt driver; Is suitable for a barouche or light
delivery wagon. Alo 1 rockaway, I side-bar
buggy, 1 doctor's buggy, 1 set double harness
almost new, single harness, robes, etc. This
property must be sold. For prices, etc. Inquire
at THOMAS E. POLLARD'S. 1044 and 1046 Penn
ave. and Eleventh st. au2t-67-Tussu
TTKJB BALE ENGINES AND BOILERS NEW
X and refitted: repairing promptly attended to.
PORTER FOU NDRY AN jJit ACH1NE CO., LIM..
below Suspension bridge Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29
TTWH SALE-20-HORSE POWER WESTING
JC HOUSE engine and 80-horse power tubular
boiler, wtb frontand stack complete; about new.
Apply to BCHU KITE ft CO., South Jvlghteenth
St., Pittsburg, Pa. au2sM0
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
SALE-SMALL SAFE, NEW; PRICH
v tJOz combination lock. etc. CH.LOVE.
S3 Fourth avenue. au23-25
17IOB SALE-PARTY GOING TO EUROPB
wish to dispose or their furniture. Inquire
No. 45I6 DAVIIjSON STREET, city. anZS-g-insa
TO LET-10-ROOM HOUSE ON ONE OF THE
cross avenues near to bmltbfleld St.: water
on each Boor. C. H. LOVE; S3 Fourth avenue.
O LET-FURNISHED. OR FURNITURE FOR
sale-house or? rooms and ball, hath, w. c.
nat, and art. gas, electric bells, finely papered
thronghout, new carpets, new furniture. No. SO
Washington St.; 6 minutes from postofflce: pos
session given at once. Apply to R. C. PATTER
SON. 511 Market St.. Pittsburg. Jy.S-9-su
TO LET-FORTY-FIFTH ST. BRICK DWELL
ING. 6 rooms, attic hall, natural gas, S2J
pernio.: Harrison st. brick, 6 rooms, halt, attic,
etc., 23 per mo. : Thlrtv-seventh st- frarae.G rooms,
hall, attic, bath, natural gas. S20 per mo.: Butler
St., 8 rooms, hall, bath, natural gas. etc.. $S5per
mo. L. O. FRAZIER, Forty-fifth and Bntler sts.
TO LET-SEE EWINO BYEKS FOR ALLE
GHENY houses; office No. 107 Federal street.
rpO LET-ON BUENA VISTA-BRICK HOUSE
8 rooms, with all the Improvements; mwui
location; Immediate possession. A. I). WILSON,
55 Federal street.
TO LET-ON SANDUSKY STHEET-TWO-STORY
brick house of 5 rooms and hatltgas
and water: possession at once. See JEWING
B YERS. 107 Federal st. au24-S9
fTIO LET-NEW 6-ROOM FRAME HOUSE.
x. secona ward,
yard, 816. no water tax. W. W. MCNEILL &
ci;u., xvo lonrtn ave.
TO LET-ELEGANTLY FURNISHED HOUSE
at Edgeworth. P..FI.W. A C. R. R.; 8 rooms,
finished attic, w. c, bathroom, both kinds of gas:
will be rented to responsible person from October
L 1889, to April 1, 1S90. Address L.B.2L.. Leader
TO LET-ONE NICELY FURSISHED ROOM;
also, one unfurnished back parlor, with use
or kitchen. Up. 42 WATSON ST., near Chestnut,
city. au 25-97
LET FnExisiirn Knmt wmr
kitchen, left hVTP nri 1fA ntrnklipd fnfrilnir
beds: sewing machines, etc.: washing done by
us; $3 75 to f4 50 for all. 41 LOGAN ST.. near
Offices. Dek Room, tbe
TO LET-IN TOE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING. 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two or the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be fonnd in the
city; rent, S20Oand fJU) per annum, including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam beating.
Apply between 10 A. M. and 1 r. M., or between
2 and 4 P.M. JV23-67
TO LET-A STORE AND DWELLING OS"
Smlthfield St. C H. LOVE, 93 .Fourth ave-
TO LET-LARGE STOREROOM AND DWELL
. ING, Nos. 27 and 29 Diamond st. C. H.
LOVE, 93 Fourth avenne. an2S-25
STOLEN-A MAN GOT A HORSE FROM ME
onthe23d. and up to Saturday morning. Au
gust 24, has failed to return tbe horse: the borso
is a small bay mare, with letters A. T. branded on
the left front 'boulder, with white star on fore
head, and holds ber tongue out while on the go.
and the skin is broken on her back: the horse bad
a shell saddle ou when taken awiy; any person
finding this horse will please notify me at Ingram
station. Pa. M. J. McMAHAS. au25-13
STRAYED-A SMALL MOOLEY COW WITH
short tall; color red and gray mixed. All ex-'
Senses paid for her return to JOHN McCABE, I
Iraddock, Pa. au22-34
TRAYED-CAMETO THE PREMISES OF J.l
A. HEJ9HAW. Ellsworth aye., near Shady
slde station, 2 donkeys: owner can have same by
calling and paying expenses orwUl be sold ac-.
cording to law. an25-113
ERSONAL LOUIS ROGALINER, OF THE
Busy Bee Hive, leaves to-night for Philadel
phia. New York and Boston on a two weeks
business trip. au25-l33
Personal-books: books! booksp
New and old. ancient and nioacrn. standard
and rare. legal, medical and scientific 30. 000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 900
Liberty st- ao3-93
LADIES USE TA-VA-ZON"
Balml Removes rjlmnles. flesh
worms anu every Kina oi sitin eruption, impart
ing to tbe complexion the rosy freshness of youth.
Price 50c GRIFFITH'S DRUG STORE. Third
and Grant. Pittsburg. H all druggists. Read
Herald of Health." au25-28
LOST-SATURDAY, THEI7TH INST., ON THE
3:30 p. at. Washington accommodation train,
a photographic lens, with duplex shutter. Finder
will be rewarded by returning It to W. S. BELL ft
CO.. Wood st., Pittsbnrg. au22-69
Fine carpets, curtains and general household
(roods, on the premises at No. 219 Wylie ave..
WEDNESDAY MORNING, August 23, at 10
Fine plnshparlorsnit. mahogany center table,
ornaauents. French clock, nne marble, vases,
rose jars, lace curtains, rugs. mats, fenders, coal
vases, velvet body Brussels and ingrain camets.
fine chamber snits in walnut, wardrobes," bed
lounges in hair cloth, bedding; mattresses,
springs. Singer sewing machine,nne silverware,
glassware and dishes, dining chairs, extension
table, cooking ntensils: laundry famishment,
etc, etc Home open after S o'clock morning ot
the sale. HENRY AUCTION CO., LIM..
Vt fine fnraitnro and carpets TUESDAY'
MORNING, Angnst 27, 1S89, at 10 o'clock, at
tbe rooms. No. 311 Market street. Fine parior
snits in plnsb, silks, reps and haircloth,
lounges, couches, fancy rockers, easy chairs,
etc; fine chamber suito, wardrobes, folding;
beds, dressing; cases, washstands, desks, hall
racks,ttables,cbairs. door and window curtains,
linoleum, rngs, pillows.beddin?. sprinS,clocks.
lamps, toiletware, willow rockers, cabinets,
mirrors, dishes and glassware, refrigerator,
Btoves, wringers, notions, office furniture,
chiffoniers, bookcases, bedsteads, extension
tables, sideboards, etc etc
HENRY AUCTION CO.. LLU.
An Army of Renters Seeking Homes
and Business Houses at
The East Pittsbnrg Improvement Company
has invested large sums of money in laying out
the town of
And in fnrnishine: it with the most complete
and extensive system of public improvements
in Allegheny county, outside the cities, includ
ing sidewalks, sewers, water, natural gas and
electric lights, and it now takes pleasure in
calling the attention of wide-awake builders
and investors to the opportunity afforded them
by the great and growing demand for resi
dences and business houses at Wilmerding.
This demand comes especially from young and
enterprising men and firms who have not suffi
cient capital to both build and stock large
stores, but who are able and willing to pay a
handsome rent for adequate facilities, or pur
chase buildings outright on long time. Mary
houses aro now in course of construction, but
not enough to nil 10 per cent of the require
ments. Information as to the kind and size of bouses
In greatest demand cheerfully furnished by
the company, and special prices given on lota
sold for immediate improvement,
For further particulars call on or address
DAJiBOWa & OSBOURNE
D JOB PRINTERS,
, . SO Diamond street.
Telephone No. SDJ
Jjl VEGETABLE AND POULTRYSTAUD
supplies all tbe city hotels: housewives will
find It to their advantage to deal with him.
Telephone H. I2B DIAMOJND MARKET,
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