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THE PITTSBURG-' ' DISPATCH, FRTDAT, AUGUST 30, 1889.
.WILL BE ALL READY.
The Exposition Will Open on the Day
f Originally Set for It.
t'HANY EXHIBITS KOW IN PLACE.
n ActiTe Work in Progress Throughout the
- EAILEOADS WAKT TO BDI POWER HALL
' There has been ranch uncertainty and
tome uneasiness among the business men of
Pittsburg as to whether the Exposition will
be opened in good condition next 'Wednes
day evening. Interviews with prominent
officials of the Exposition Society and a gen
eral inspection by a representative ot The
Dispatoh, indicate that the Exposition
will be in as good shape for the grand open
ing as any aflair of the kind that has been
presented to the American public in many
Four weeks ago the manager and the
Board of Directors were somewhat uneasy
over the prospects. It did not at that time
seem possibleto get the buildings ready by
September Everyman interested put his
shoulder to the wheel with superhuman
energy, and the result has been simply a
striking demonstration of the possibilities
ot American enterprise and activity.
The Exposition managers have done their
best. The general opinion among the actual
workers is that whatever remissness there
may be in the completeness of the display
next "Wednesday evening, will be blamable
not to the society, but to some of the ex
hibitors. The society has labored under
great difficulties. Just at the time when
the raising of funds was well under way,
the Johnstown flood paralyzed Pittsburg
business affairs. Immense sums of money
were ungrudgingly diverted in that direc
tion, and many of the men most actively in
terested in the Exposition bent all their en
ergies, for a time, to the work of relieving
the distress of the flood sufferers.
It will be remembered that just before
the opening of the May Festival, numerous
doubts' were expressed as to whether the
contractors, Murphy & Hamilton, wonld
have toe building reaiy for that event. It
did not look possible to an uninitiated per
son. The contractors quietly said that they
wonld be ready, and they were. The last
three or four days worked wonders, and'
beautiful order nas rapidly wrought out of
EXACT STATE OF AFFAIBS.
Murphy & Hamilton have very little
work to do now. What is incomplete per
tains to stairways, doorways and incidental
matters which do not interfere with the ex
hibits.' For nearly four weeks the main
building has teen ready for exhibitors, and
the leading mercantile houses of Pittsburg
have not been behind time in their prepara
tions. On the lower floor all the platforms
have been erected, and several of the prin
cipal booths are almost completed. The ap
pearance of this hall indicates that on next
Wednesday evening it will be in good con
dition. As much cannot be said
of the immense galleries, which run
along -the sides and end of the great
hall and furnish a large amount of
room. Some large houses have space in the
galleries, and are in well advanced condi
tion. In njdeh of the space, however, the
ten-inclAigh platforms have not been com-
Ma-nar Johnston, who is just now the
buitoan in Pittsburg, said yesterday
afternooa.' in a moment's breathing time:
"You can assure the pnblic that this main
building will e in excellent shape by
"Wednesday, when the opening occurs.
About Power Hall I am not so well in
formed. I believe that every inch of avail
able space has been occupied by reliable
exhibitors. Many persons are after me
even now whom I cannot accommodate. You
can see that most of the booth are up or in
course of construction. An immense amount
of hard work has been done, but .we will be
prepared to(give the public a splendid dis
play." Mr. D. C. Herbst, the Chairman of the
Committee on Iron Work, has charge of the
construction of Power Hall. The structural
work on that bnilding is almost completed,
and over one-third ot the glass has been put
in. The building is being put up by the
Marshall Construction Company. Yesterday
afternoon the gigantic iron smokestack was
erected. It was put together inside or the
building. The enginrwhich will run the
line ot shafting on the north side of the
building 'war built by James Keese. It is
in place, and has not only been used while
(the building has been in process ot con
struction, but will continue as an exhibit.
iTbe south line of shafting will be run by a
f neivy westingbouse engine, which will be
pnt in to-day.
AX IBON AND GLASS PALACE.
Mr. Herbst said yesterday: "Power Hall
will be closed in "by Monday night. At
that time the contractors will have finished
their work and will leave the building. The
putting in of the exhibits may begin to
morrow, but most of them will come in on
Monday. The floor, you see, is completed,
and very little remains to be done abontthe
building. A few pieces of iron are to be
inserted in the roofs and the ends, and much
of the glass is still to be inserted.
"I consider this building the most
marvelous piece of work ever done in this
city. The contract was let only two months
ago, and all the iron used in the building
has been manufactured since that time. As
an example of the rapidity with which work
has been done, I may cite one example.
IJast Friday structural iron was rolled in
the mill of Jones &Laughlins,on the South
side, which was put up in the building on
the day following. In the same manner the
work has been rushed all the way through.
"The other day Superintendent Pitcairn,
of the Pittsburg division of the Pennsylva
nia Kailroad, sent word that be desired to
have a nnmber of civil engineers and archi
tects in the employ of that road view the
Power Hall.and I had the pleasure of meet
ing the party and showing the building to
them. They expressed to me their admira
tion of the structure, declaring that it was
the best piece of iron and glass work that
they had ever seen. The building is so
made that it can be taken down and moved.
Some of the officials of the Pennsylvania
Railroad Company sent word to me that if
the Exposition Company ever contemplated
the sale of the bnilding they would like to
be informed of the intention. It is con
structed on a new system, and is the admira
tion of all architects and engineers" who
"As an example: You have noticed that the
tall inner supports of the roof are of oak.
It will strike one who has not studied the
subject as odd to say that the use of those
oak columns makes the structure more fire
proof than if they were of iron. Iron would
warp with heat, if a fire should occur in the
building, and would cause the breaking of
the roof. It will take those isolated oak
columns three-quarters ot an hour to burn
through, and before that time any fire possi
ble in such a building will have been extin
guished. THAT F. B. B. COBBLE STOEY.
"The dynamo for the electric lighting of
the building will be put in Saturday. In
the main building telephones have already
been inserted. The Western Union Tele
graph tympany will have its wires in to
morrow, and the Exposition Company will
(O-porrow open its offices in the large north-)
Mr. S. S. Marvin, President of the Ex
position Society, expressed the opinion yes
erday that Power Hall will be in shape
next Wednesday. He said: "That is the
best and quickest job ever done in this city.
The building is a splendid one. No, I have
not heard that the Pennsylvania Eailroad
Company desired to buy it for a depot.
They might like to have it, just as I would
like to have it for a cracker factory. The
Exposition Society, however, has no more
idea of ever disposing of this property for
any other than exposition purposes than
TnE Dispatch has of dropping its daily
edition and running only a weekly. The
work of putting in the exhibits will begin
this week. They are all from Pittsburg
manufacturers, and are only waiting ior
permission to enter."
Postal cards were sent out by the City
Clerk yesterday calling a special meeting of
Select Councillor this afternoon to act upon
,a petition from the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company for permission to lay tracks from
the Duquesnff freight depot, along Third
street to the Exposition bnilding. This,
Pennsylvania Kailroad officials say, is to
permit the hauling of freight directly to the
building. The calling of this meeting re
vived the rather stale talk that the Penn
sylvania Eailroad Company hoped to
secure the Exposition buildings eventually
for depot purposes. President Marvin said:
"The site is unsuitable for a depot. Our
charter does not permit us to make any
profit out of the affair. We dare .not sell.
Our lease of the ground from the city pro
vides that an exposition shall be held at
least once in every two years. There is no
possibility of such an event,"
The story was that the Pennsylvania
Kailroad expecting that the Exposition
might not succeed financially, would lead
to its abandonment in a tew years. Then
if the property and buildings revert to the
city the great corporation would try to buy
it from the city if not from the Exposition
Society. The visit of inspection ot Superin
tendent Pitcairn and the railroad engineers
to the building alluded to above, gave color
to such a report, especially as Mr. Herbst
admits that after this inspection railroad
officials asked to be notified if a sale was
A high official of the Baltimore and Ohio
Kailroad said yesterday evening that the
application of the Pennsylvania Kailroad
Company meant an attempt on the part of
that company to monopolize the approaches
to the Exposition. He was satisfied that
the Pennsylvania Kailroad Company would
not devote its line exclusively to the trans
portation ot freight, but intended to use its
line for the conveyance of passengers to the
Exposition. He thought that if Councils
granted such a privilege, it would prevent
other railroad lines from competing with
the Pennsylvania Kailroad Company and
would tend to iujure the Exposition,
rnnnto exhibits in ordeb.
Immediately opposite the main entrance
to Exposition Hall, and about the center of
the floor is the splendid large structure of
Joseph Home & Co It is nearly finished.
Near it are the large booths of Kanfmanns'
and Gusky 's,both costly and uniq ue in design.
Fine exhinits will be ready by Kleber &
Bros., S. Hamilton, Joseph Eichbaum &
Co., Hopper Bros., Collins Cigar Company,
Hugus & Hacke, Boggs & Buhl, Danziger
& Shoenberg, Kosenbaum & Co., Graff,
Hugus &' Co., E. Groetzinger, Mellor &
Hoene, Beiles & Co., Wattles, Sheafer &
Co., W. W. Wattles, W. G. Johnston,
Singer Sewing Machine Company, White
Sewing Machine Company, De Haven &
Co., P. C. Schoeneck, Meyer, Arnold & Co.,
W. H. Keech, Mile End Cotton Spool Co.,
Western Pennsylvania Phonograph Co.,
William H. Allen, E. West & Sons, L.
Glrsenkamp, Taylor & Dean, Charles
Keizenstem, O. McClintock& Co.,Bovard,
Kose & Co., Thomas Pickering, S. S. Mar
vin & Co., Dauler, Close & Johns, Koanigk
Bros., J. C. Grogan, Fleishman & Co., and
One of the most attractive displays will
be that of Heinz, the pickle man. He oc
cupies the entire east gallery. The eastern
wall is covered by an immense oil painting
of Heinz's farm, up the Allegheny river.
opposite the waterworks. The painting has
been well executed by Mr. John Johnson,
the well-known scenic artist. Another
unique exhibit is that of the Collins Cigar
Company. Their booth in the gallery has
been built of cigar boxes in Moorish style.
Tobacco plants, big and little, will be shown
growing in soil.
In the art department about 700 pictures
will be displayed, in oil, water and etching.
A number have been sent from Europe.
Nearly all have been already hung and will
form the finest art display ever presented in
Pittsburg. Superintendent Johns says that
he will be ready by Wednesday evening if
the electric lights are inserted by that time.
Sheriff McCandless yesterday delegated
one of his deputies to swear in a number of
special officers about the Exposition. Some
thing must be done by either the Exposi
tion managers or the city authorities to re
move the accumulation of duston Duquesne
way. It is at least three inches thick, and
is a great nuisance. Some of the exhibitors
express reluctance to tut in their fine poods.
fearing that they may be injured by the
oust oeiore tne snow lairiy opens. j.1 tne
dust is wet down by sprinklers it will be
There is still considerable growling
among some of the merchants of this city
because they have been unable to obtain
space. Manager Johnston says: "We have
only half enough room. If we had twice
as much we could fill it Those who ap
plied in time were assigned space. Some
were necessarily left, and I am very sorry
FINE HEW RESIDENCES.
Permits for Severn! Issued by lbs Building
A large number of permits were issued
from the Building Inspector's office yester
day. Among them was one to Mrs. Miriam
Hays for a two and a half-story brick store
and dwelling house, 23x89 feet, to be erected
at the corner ot.Hiland avenue and Broad
street, Nineteenth ward, at a cost of $10,000.
Another was to A. F. Brown for a two-story
and mansard brick dwelling on Butler
street, Seventeenth ward, to cost $7,200.
George It. West took out one for two stone
and frame dwellings on Koup street, Twen
tieth ward, to cost $6,000. Kobiuson &
Eenney took out one lor a $4,600 brick
dwelling at the corner of Evaline and Har
riet streets, Twentieth ward.
Tnnk Glass All Right.
H. Sellers McKee said yesterday that the
third tank at Jeannette will be ready for
use as soon as it is possible to complete the
work on it. He said they had no trouble in
selling tank glass, and that they were well
enough satisfied whether outsiders were or
S3. Cleveland nod Return. 83.
Excursion tickets will be sold "by the
Pennsylvania Company. Monday, Septem
ber 2, for trains leaving Pittsburg at 6:10 a.
JL, 7:25 A. pL, 12:45 p. M. and 11:05 p. M.,
central time. Tickets can be procured at
Union station and 110 Fifth avenue, Pitts
burg, and Federal street station, Allegheny,
good returning until Saturday, September
7, inclusive. wtsu
TnE MONSTER FAIR AND RACES,
Yoangstown. September 2. 3, 4, S and 0,
Excursions each day, by all railroads, from
Pittsburg and intermediate stations. Tick
ets good entire week. Don't fail to attend.
Tickets and all information at city ticket
offices and depots.
A Rivnf RTanT J lr t ftnrvfifn Fm-T1w
Medium weight cloth jackets in black and
colors, and tne aii-wooi stocsinette jackets
that can't be equaled at onr prices.
Jos. Hokne & Co.'s
Penn Avenne Stores.
Do Von Know
That we have the finest line of school suits
for boys in the city; prices $1 60, $2, $2 50
and $3. P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Dia
mond ats., opp. the Court House.
Tbe Best Biarritz Suede Glove at 85 Cents,
Usual "bargain" price $1 00 tans, browns,
slates and black only 65 cents a pair.
Jos. Hoene & Co.'a
, Penn Avenue Store.
MEETING IN A GROTE.
Spiritualists Hold a Picnic and Dance
at Windsor Park.
A GOLD MEDAL PRESENTATION.
Dancing and Fan Making the Onlj Other
Exercises of the Day.
THE ONEROUS DDT1ES OF A MEDIUM
The congregation of the First Spiritual
istic Church of Pittsburg, held its first
annual picnio yesterday, at Windsor Park,
Bellvue. The members assembled at the
FortWayne depot, and took the 9:30 A. M.
train. The committee who had ip charge
the festivities of the day, was composed of
I. H. Lohmeyer, W. L. Hughes, and G.
W. Kates, and by their united efforts,
everything passed off well. The morning
was passed, by the male members in play
ing ball, throwing quoits, and the girls by
getting the young men to swing them high
into the lofty branches of the trees. At 12
o'clock a bell was rung, which called the
hungry pleasure seekers to dinner.
In the afternoon an impromptu meeting
was held. No one understood what sort of
exercises were to be held. A mystery
shrouded the whole proceedings. Between
300 and 400 people gathered around the
dancing platform and it was thought that a
seance was about tc take place. But this
thought was soon dispelled, by Mrs. Flem.
ing calling upon Mrs. Yates to perform a
very pleasing duty. Mrs. Yates stepped
into the middle ot the floor and said:
"It affords me great happiness to stand
here and, in the name ot this straggling
and ostracised society, to present to our
sister, Mrs. Stevens, who has done so much
for our beloved cause, a small memento of
our deepest gratitude."
Here Mrs. Yates called Mrs. Stevens to
come forward, and she then presented her
with a magnificent gold medal. The front
side was laid in enamel, with a very pretty
monogram. On the adverse side was the
inscription: "Presented to Mrs. Ella
Stevens by the First Spiritualistic Church,
Sixth street, Pittsburg, Pa.. August 9,
1889." Mrs. Stevens, in a voice tremulous
with emotion, replied. She said:
"Friends,it is with difficulty that I can
return to you my profoundest thanks for
this beautiful medal. Its intrinsic value is
insignificant in my eyes compared to the
priceless value of friends, who, to show
their love to me and the appreciation of any
little effort in behalf of the cause that I
may have made, have taken this means of
showing it. If I am spared it' is my
intention to still labor in the capacity of a
medium between the spiritual and the ma
terial worlds. Let me emphasize this fact
before you all: The underlying principle
of spiritualism is nurity. Our cardinal
principles do not conflict with the most ad
vanced theories of science. Though we
have in the past been living under a black
cloud we can now see the sun shed its light
through, and it will soon burst in upon us
in oriental splendor and our cause will then
triumphantly march forward. It is to see
the shackles of sin fall from every enslaved
man so that he may move and live con
stantly in an atmosphere of right."
After the addresses were concluded a
string band struck up a lively waltz. In a
minute the platform was filled with a
whirling, happy mass of men and maidens.
Mrs. Stevens stated to a Dispatch re
porter tbat the duties devolving upon a me
dium were very onerous. She had many
interviews with the spirits from the other
world. When questioned what their theory
was concerning this and the next world, she
said: "We don't believe everything we do
not absolutely know. Such a thing as a
hell we are certain does not exist, but we
are certain that there is a heaven, because
we are in communication with it so often.
In everything you see around of a living
nature God is there."
A SUICIDE'S WILL
A Poor Woman Writes to The Dispatch She
Will Drown Herself.
The following letter was received yester
day at the office of this paper through the
I write this to you this day. I will give np all
hoping for a place of rest, I am very lonely,
tired, without borne, friends or health. When
my body is found have It hurled. I want it in
terred in Homewood Cemetery, and the Rev.
C. K. Locke to preach. I know it is a sin to
take one's life, but when misery overcomes and
takes a stronghold, what Is sweeter than death.
The body won't, be found tor some time, and
there will be someone to identify It, as I am
known In East End, Pittsburg and Allegheny
City. A Poor Miserable Woman.
My age 40. Good bye.
To judge Dy the handwriting and spelling
the writer was evidently an illiterate per
son. A call was made at the home of Key.
Charles E. Locke, on Wylie avenue, but he
could not throw anv light upon the affair.
"Our church, the Smithfield Street M. E.
Church," he said, "is so old and well known
that it is probable that the woman did not
think of any other for the moment. How
ever, as soon as yon have found a clew to
the woman, let me know, and if she is not
dead already, I will see what I can do to
help her. But if her body is found I will
certainly grant her request and bury her."
A NEW MECHANICS' ORDER.
An Association of Present nnd Past Officers I
The Jr. O. U. A. M. of this city have
formed a new organization, which will in a
certain sense be an auxilliary to the older
society. It will be known as the Past Coun
cilors' Association, and only officers and
those who have "filled the chairs" are
eligible to membership. The object of the
association is to bring together the workers
of the" organization and discuss questions
that would not properly come before the
different councils. The new association
cannot legislate for the national organiza
tion, but can make recommendations for
action. There are 87 councils of the order
in Allegheny county, and the membership
of the new association will run up into the
Tbe first meeting of the new association
was held last evening at No. 506 Smithfield
street. Forty-nine members were initiated.
The meeting was called to order by State
Vice Councilor, Stephen Collins, and the
following officers were elected: President,
W. T. Kerr; Vice President, Joseph E.
Morris; Secretary, H. B. Peck; Treasurer,
D. G. Evans; Executive Committee, Major
B. C. Bryner, W. J. Fix and James S.
Whited. The next meeting will beheld
Saturday, September 7.
A Horse Commits Suleld.
A horse belonging to Patrick L. Connolly,
of Elizabeth, committed suicide on Wednes
day last. He walked to tbe river bank,
stood for a moment as though in profound
thought, then raising his head and glancing
around him for the last time, walked into
the water and dived under a barge. He
rose no more alive; and the usual number of
reliable witnesses state tbat they never
heard of a cooler or more deliberate suicide.
Always use Piatt's Chlorides for house
hold disinfection. You will like it.
Do Yon Know
That we have the finest line of school suits
forboysln the city; prices $1 C0r2, $2 tk)
aad 53. P. O. C. 0., cor. Grant and Dia
mond sts., opp, tbe Court House.
Use "Una" flour finest spring patent in
the world. "Golden Wedding" the best of
bread flours. "Duquesne" has no equal ax
a pastry flour. Horning'! "Ivory," gem of
all family flours.
CIjERZ LONG ASTONISHED.
A Man Wnnted to Know If He Had Been
Convicted Suits for Damage. Writs
of Habeas Corpus.
A man walked into the Clerk of Court's
office yesterday afternoon and gave his
name as Andrew McCune. He said that he
had been tried last February for aggravated
assault and battery and he-wanted to find
out what the verdict had beep. Clerk Long,
after a struggle with his amazement at the
amount of interest Mr. McCune must have
taken in the trial, hunted up the record,.
McCune had been convicted of simple as
sault and battery and fined 85 and costs.
McCune said that he had paid the money,
but did not know what it'was for, and de
sired to know if he had ever beentconvicted.
He departed satisfied.
A. Albert Shaul and his wife Margaret
Shaul, yesterday entered suit against James
L. Gardner, a grocer in Millvale borough,
for S5.-000 damages. Mrs. Shaul on April
3, fell through an open hatchway In Gard
J. G. Walter, a director and stockholder
in the Monongahela Water Company, yes
terday filed his separate answer to the quit
of H." Sellers McKee and others against the
company, in which conspiracy and fraud
were alleged in the purchase of the Manu
facturers' Water Company. Mr. Walter
denies all knowledge of fraud, if there was
Dennis Ward yesterday filed a petition
for a writ of habeas corpus to secure his re
lease from tbe workhouse. He had been
committed for 30 days by 'Squire McMillen,
of Mansfield, on a charge of disorderly con
duct. As Ward's father is dying Judge
Slagle ordered his release for a'hearing on
Blair & Jamison, of Homestead, yester
day filed a statement in their suit against
the borough of Homestead for 499 50 dam
ages caused to goods in their cellar by in
sufficient drainage of the borough.
Mrs. Mary Daley yesterday applied for a
writ of habeas corpus for the release of her
husband, John Daley, from the workhonse.
Daley had been committed 30 days by Mag
istrate Gripp for disorderly conduct. The
oflense was beating his wife. A hearing in
the case will be had to-morrow.
Phillopena Hammerly, yesterday entered
suit against John Kuorrffor $5,000 damages
Johm Boyle yesterday entered suit against
Booth & Flinn for damages for injury
caused to his property by the defendants.
A LAW POINT RAISED.
Alderman Brokaw Will Consult the Dis
The members of the Committee of Ar
rangements ot the Bavarian Beneficial As
sociation; who were charged with selling
liquor without license and to minors at a
picnic In Hammel's 'grove last Monday
week, had a hearing before Magistrate
Brokaw Wednesday. Major Montooth acted
as the attorney for the defendants. At the
hearing the Major raised the point that the
men could not be held, because there was
no money taken oyer the bar.
The Magistrate postponed his decision in
order to consult the District Attorney on
Joseph Kabenstein, William Wagner,
John Schering.and Paul Bernhardt are the
names of the defendants.
Blanks For Gettysburg Transportation.
H. T. Kowlpy, the Secretary of the One
Hundred and Second Pennsylvania Volun
teers, has a supply of blanks for the trans
portation of veterans to Gettysburg. They
can be secured from him at the County
Commissioners' office. A meeting of the
regiment to complete all arrangements will
be held at the Washington Infantry armory
An Invigorating Beverage.
A glass of pure beer is both beneficial and
delightful to a warm and tired mortal. The
well-known brand of "Iron City Beer,"
brewed exclusively by Messrs. Frauenheim
& Vilsack is suctfa beverage. It is made
carefully, from the purest materials, and is
wholesome and nutritious. Ask for it.
We Are Now Showing; Fall Shapes In Indies'
In our millinery department always in the
lead here and the greatest variety.
Jos. Hoeke & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
L. Breuninger & Co., 535 Smithfield st,
Pittsburg, Fa., is the place to buy them.
They have the largest assortment of slates,
school bags, pencil boxes, etc, in the market.
Wholesale and retail.
Call and Examine
The men's suits we are selling at f 8 and 510.
They are of the newest patterns.
P. C. Cv C, -cor. Grant and Diamond
sts., opp. the Court House.
NOTICE THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
tbe stockholders of the Frohsinn Society
to elect Directors takes place at their office, 305
Penn ave.. TUESDAY, September 10, 1889.from
1 o'clock p. M, till 9 o'clock p. jr.
au2S-4-p C. W.'KRAUS, Secretary.
qlTIZENS OF ALLEGHENY
V'ho are opposed to- the rebuilding of the
"illller Oil Refinery," will meet in the Sixth
ward pnblic school hall,corner of Chartiers and
Juniata streets, on FRIDAY EVENING,
the 30th Inst., at 8 o'clock promptly. au3Q-12
THE WESTERN PENN'A. EXPOSITION
Society 8 per cent ten year coupon bonds
can now be had on application at the office of
tbe society. Interestpayable semi-annually at
office of the Fidelity Title and Trust Co.
JA& W. BATCHELOR, Secretary.
THOEN OIL COMPANY, 1
125 Fourth avb.. (Second floor,) J
PlTTSBtma, August 29, 18S9 i
The Board of Directors of tbe company
have this day declared a dividend of TWO
PER CENT, payable at tbe office of Wo.
Guckert, President, No. 125 Fourth avenue, on
and after Angnst 29, 188a.
JOS. FUHRER, JR.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED up until TUESDAY, September
8, at 2 o'clockP. St., for printing and binding
1,000 copies of the descriptive list of all real
property assessed for city taxation. Blanks
for Didaing and information furnished on ap
Sllcatlon to the office of the City Controller,
onds with sureties to be approved by the
Board of Awards, mnst accompany each bid.
Tbe right to accept or reject any or all bids re
served. E. S. MORROW,
A T AUCTION-FI NE8EWINGMA
. CHINE, furniture, carpets, etc, FRI
DAY MORNING, August 30, at 10 o'clock, at
tbe tooms. No. 311 Market st.
Parlor salts in rues, plushes, silks, reps and
haircloth, fine clocks, piano lamp, brio-a-brac,
rugs, curtains, body brussels, moqnet, velvet
and Ingrain carpets, linoleum, china, glass
and silverware, chamber suits, lounges,
conches, wardrobes, dressers, bedsteads, wish
stands, desks, secretaries, chiffoniers, cbeval
glass, folding beds, stoves, refrigerators, mat
tresses, springs, bedding, lambrequins, kitchen
goods, laundry furnishments, etc, etc
Goods flow on exhibition.
HENRY AUCTION CO.. LIM.,
LONG BRANCH, N. J..
Henry WAX.TXB,Prop'r., Jno. B. Bchlosseb,
Manager, late of Hotel Duquesne, Pittsburg.
126K THIRD AVF, UPSTAIRS.
Gents' shoes soled and heeled in 15 minutes
for 75 cents.. -
Fiflest work in the city. srrX-ll.wT
&-IHtplav advertisements one dollar psr
$quart for one insertion. Claulfled advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, etc, ten cents per line for each inter
Hon, and none taken for lest than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBfJRG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, TbLet, and
other transient advertisements will
be.receivtfoup to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already bare accounts with THE DIS
TH03IA8 MCCAFVKKY. 3U Butler street.
E.MIL O. STUCKET. 24th street and Penn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY A CO., Wylie ave. and Tulton SL
M. STOKE!, Y, Fifth Avenne Market House.
t. VI. WALLACE. 6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER SnElBLER,5thST. AAtwoodiV
JACOB SPOHN. No. 2 Carson street.
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carton street
A. 3. KAERCHEK, S9 Federal street.
B. J. McBRIDE. Federsl and Ohio streets.
1'REOH. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEK3 ft SON, 'Ohio snd Chsstnnt U.
1. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS UCHENKY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
l'EKKY M. GLEIM. Bebeeca and Allegheny aves.
"VTJANTED-AN EtfPEKlENCED TINNEB.
VVApply H NINTH ST. n30-J5
"TVTANTED FOUK GOOD AXLE MAKERS
V and heaters at Annlston, Ala. S.H. CHAD
TtTANTED-l GOOD TIN EOOFEK: CALL
V Immediately. McCAULEYBBOS., Home
stead. Pa. au30-33
TTJ-ANTED-OFFICE BOY. ADDKESS IN
V own handwriting, gtvlnj- age, BOX 211,
Pittsburg postofflcc. an30-M
"TTTANTED-BARBEKS AT THE ORIGINAL
V and old reliable barbers' supply hoffse, 80
DIAMOND ST., Pittsburg. au2i-17-MWP
T7-ANTED-FOKEMAN FOB BOILER SHOP;
TV accustomed to refinery work. Address P.
O. BOX 1VK, Philadelphia. Pa. au29-32
TVTANTED-A FIRST-CLASS COA1MAKER
tv to po to a country town. Inquire at P. J.
LOUGHNEY'S. 932 Liberty st. auW-17
-fTr-ANTED BUTCHEB-A STEADY
,1V young man (single) that understands the
business. Apply to J. it., 416 Larimer ave.,E..
TTTANTE1) PACKEK-GOOD MAN ACCUS
T TOMEDto lamps and glassware. Apply
PITTSBURG BRASS CO., 69 Isabella st., Alle
WANTED A GOOD MAN IN EVERY
town : calarvcaid weekly. Address SHER
MAN, TANGENBEBG Jt CO., 16u W. Lake St.,
TTTANTED-AN ENERGETIC MAN OF EX
TV PERIENCE In grocery Business to canvass;
salary or commission. W. FEYLEB, 811 Main
St., Braddock, Pa. au23-7S
WANTED SALESMAN AN ENERGETIC
and experienced salesman for city trade in
the general grocery and canned goods trade. Ad
dress YES. Dispatch office. au29-81
WANTED-S1EN SELLING MILL8UPPLIES
, or machinery to handle babbit metal as
side Issue: metal sells rapidly; good commission.
Address METAL, Detroit, Mich. au30-41
TTJANTED-F1FTY LABORERS TO WORK
V on sewer In McKeesport. Apply at office,
225 Rebecca st., Allegheny, or at work In Mc
Keesport. LAURENCE SLOAN. au27-79
TTTANTED-lOO LABORERS ON PIPE LINE,
T T between Courtney and Gastoavtlle, P. V.
& C. R. R. ; wages tl SO. Apply on work. MC
CORMICK & MOHAN. 150 First ave. au30-H
-TJANTE1-A CATHOLIC MAN OF ABILITY
TV for a position of trust: salary. 13 weekly:
reference or security; applr alters. TANNING
A GURBEN, room i, McCance Block. au3b-29
WANTED SALESMAN IN CITY AND
country wanting a qnlck selling side line
that will pay all expenses snd from 110 top a
week beside, to call on or address J. J. MORRIS. SJ
Fourth ave., city. au30-57
WANTED FIRST-CLASS. SOBER PRE
SCRIPTION glass blowers; also a few good
finishers: union wages: steady work; fare paid;
write fully: say who von worked for. CHICAGO
GLASS MFG. CO.. Chicago. aul6-45-D
WANTED-AN ENERGETIC MAN WITH
large acquaintance among architects and
builders, to take the sgency for our Grille work.
Address, with references. JENKINS & JOHN
BON, Room 65, Builders' Exchange, Chicago, 111.
ANTED-FIRST-CLASS MILLINERS. AP-
ri.1 at J. ii. uu:nd& co.'s, 815 Liberty
TjrjANTED COOK FOB A COMPETENT
TV person a permanent place in small family.
Address H, Dl. patch office. au29-75
WANTED A GIRL FOB DOWNSTAIRS
work In a small family: reference required.
Apply 122 LOCUST bT., Allegheny. au30-oS
WANTEO-NEAT LOOKING, gESPECTA
BLEyoung woman for light general house
work: family of three: to the right person this
will be a good home with fair wages. Apply
to MRS. W. M. GBANGEB, Forbes St., 3d house
from Craig St. an 30-34
Stale and Female Help.
-VTJANTED-A MAN OR WOMAN THOB
TV OUGHLY competent to manage ironing
department tn steam laundry: rerereuces re
quired. CTCLOBAMA LAUNDBY CO.. LIM.,
or saleswoman, to take charge of our dress
trimming department; liberal salary to right
party; none need apply unless thoroughly compe
tent. FLEISHMAN & CO. au29-50
WANTED-MAN TO ATTEND TO HORSES
and Cbws, 10 farm hands, 4 coal miners. 50
laborers, boy for hotel kitchen, woman cook, 3
dining room girls, dl'-hwasher, 10O house girls,
col. chambermaid. MEEHAN'B, 545 Grant St.
WANTED - PS WEEKLY-REPRESENTATIVE,
malcor female, in every community ;
goods staple: household necessity: sell at sight: no
peddling; salary paid promptly, and expenses ad
vanced. Fnll particulars and valuable sample
case free; we mean Jut t what we say. Address at
once BTANDARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston.
WANTED-POSTTION BY A COMPETENT
lady stenographer and typewriter. Address
IDA, Dispatch office. . au30-19
WANTED A SITUATION BT A GOOD
blacksmith: good maker or dresser. Ad
dress S. J. M., Dlipatch office. au30-33
WANTED-W ASHING TO DO AT HOME
washing, rough dried, 20c to 25c per doz.,
by MRS. CHARLES S'.DIER, No. 9 Vermont St.,
Allegheny, Pa. - au3u-57
WANTED-NICELY FURNISHED LARGE
front room for man and wife atld child,
with good board, ia Allegheny. Address, stating
terms, J. N., Dispatch office. au30-63
WANTED A PARTNER, ACTIVE OR"
silent, with (2,000 for journalistic enter
prise; good chance for right party. Address for
Interview X. Y . Z Dispatch office. SU30-21
Rooms. Hoores. Etc
WANTED-TO PURCHASE A HOUSE IN
Allegheny within two squares of North ave.
Address with full particulars, price, location and
terms, S. M. H., P. O. Box 588. Pittsburg P. O.
XTTANTED MOWGAGES-MEAL ESTATE
VV bought, sold and exchanged! GEORGE
SCHMIDT, 157 Fourth avenue. au27-41
-rcANTED-f5o To 50tt000 TO LOAN ON
TV mortgages: 4f. 5 audi 6 per cent. JAMES
W. DBAPE & CO.. 129 Fourth ave., Pltts'.mrg.
WANTED-MOBTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over 14,000; AX per cent; no tax.
BENP.Y A. WEAVER A CO.. 82 Fourth avenue.
TTA N T E D-MOBTGAGES-LABGE AND
VV sraaliamounts on Improved city property
at 5 per cent. W. A. HEBRON SONS. 80 Fourth
-T7-ANTED-MORTG A GES-SL 000, 000 TO LOAN
TV In large and small amounts at 4)4. 5 and 6
per ceoi, jrce oi siate xax: no aeiay. iusci1 a.
COYLE& CO.. 131 Fourth ave.
m Til -00
TTT-ANTED TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
TV of 3,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4)4. per cent, free of tax; also smaller
amounts at 5 and a per cent. BLACK & BA1BD,
85 Fourth avenue. se2l-d2S-n
TfTTANTED MOKTGAOES-tl, 000, 000TO LOAN
V T on city and suburban properties at AK, 6and
t per cent, and on larms In Allegheny ana aala.
cent counties at 6 per cent. 1. M. PENNOCK &
"TTTANTED-TO LOAN (200,000 ON MOBT
V V GAGES; S100 and upward at per cent;
fu.-w,wva. -mm yc. U1, VU . EUUCUVH M UU1IUCM
ny; aiso in adjoining counties. B. tu.
CH, 125 Fourth avenue. oc31-e84-r
WANTED-BABBEBS 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 thatourchalrs
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, so Diamond st., Pittsburg; tbe origi
nal Barbers' Supply House.' U21-17-XWI'
TTTANTEU-HIGHEST J5POT CASH PRICES
T T psld for second-hand furniture, carpets and
old goods of all kinds. 1211, PEN N A VK-
WANTED-EVERYBODY TO SEND THE1IS
furniture needing upholstering, repairing
and reflnlshlng to HAUGU St. KEENAN, 33 and
34 Water it. 'Phone 1626. aul4
WANTED-FERSOSiSTO JOIN AN ELGIN
Watch Club and to nsr 21 per week on fine
gold watches drawn each week; call at once.
JOHN MITSCH, 130 Federal St., Allegheny.
-TTANTED TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
TV BEBS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one In the club at tl 00 per wlek. Address P. O.
BOX SOL and I will call and snow you the watch.
WANTED-MEN GOING TO LIVERPOOL,
Glasgow and London, who can have a
chance working tnelr passage on cattle steamers
at a small expense by applying toJOIIN OAKES
& BRO., 800 8. Second St., Philadelphia. au.O-27-r
WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER. 9C Fifth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street) Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at 11 50 per
dozen: photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous process. mhl3-63
WANTED-ALL B ABBEBS TO BEAD THIS
The undersigned tenders a cordial Invita
tion to tbe barber trade of Pittsburg and vicinity
to call and inspect our new, furniture salesrooms:
our stock of combination eases, dressing cases,
chairs, washstands, mirrors, etc. Is the finest
ever exhibited in Western Pennsylvania; don't
fall to call and see the new Vienna cylinder com
bination esse, the finest ever manufactured. A.
EDL1S&CO., Leading Manufacturers and Deal
ers in Barbers' Supplies and Furniture, successors
to S. Delp. 502, 504, 606, 508 and 510 Liberty street,
Pittsburg. Pa. an2S-80
FOH SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOB SALE-A TWO-STORY BRICK DWELL
ING In First ward, with Immediate posses
sion; terms easy. C H..LOVE, S3 fourth ave.
Vine, near Fifth avenue, lot So ft. front,
with dwelling. W. A. HERKON bONS, 80
Fourth avenue. au26-2
TTfOR SALE-FOB t2,200, ON EASY PAY
J MENTS, good brick house 8 rooms, on Syca
more St.. Thirty-fifth ward. Call or send for full
information W. A. HERHON SONS, 80 Fourth
ave. SU14-97-14, 16, 19,21.24,27, 30
FOR SALE-7 B0031ED BRICK DWELLING:
bath, range, sliding doors between parlor
and dining room, slate mantels, slate roof: lot 22x
124. all nicely fenced up: easy terms. GEORGE
SCHMIDT. 157 Fourth avenue. au27-U
FOR SALE-CENTER AVE., NEAR CABLE
road, a complete city resldencee, 8 large
rooms, hall, cemented cellar, laundry: lot large
and paved with brick: excellent neighborhood;
only 16,500. REED B. COYLE & CO., 131 Fourth
FORSALE TOSETTLETHEEbTATE OF H.
Mayerhofer, deceased. lot 60X114 feet, with 2
pew brick houses of 7 rooms each in front and 1
In rear of 6 rooms, with room to build In front;
all at a very moderate prlcelf sold qulcc. W. A.
HERRON A SON 8, 80 Fourth ave. au23-17-D
FOR SALE-SOUTHSIDE PHOPERTY-A 2
bTORY frame house of 5 rooms and storeroom,
corner S. Twenty-first snd Jane sts, :2-stor frame
house 6 rooms and storeroom on Plane are., near
Mount Oliver Incline Plane; 2 two-story frame
honses,4 rooms and attic each, on S.Twentleth st-.
cor. Fox alley: 2 two-story brick bouses, 4 rooms
each. on Fox alley, near 8. Twentieth St. :also oth
er property for sale. O.B.TOUDY, 1721 Carson st.
East End Residences.
T7IOR SALE-FOR S6.750 A NEW MODERN
JP brick house desirably located in the East
End, pear steam and Fifth ave. cable line; 9
rooms; late improvements;' terms easy. W. A
HEBRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
au 15-69-15, 17, 20, 24, 27, 30
FOR SALE-S3.700-OAKLAN D. CON VEN IENT
to Fifth avenue cable line, new 2-story and
mansard. 7-room .frame dwelling, batb, water,
pas. Inside shutters, slate mantels, etc.; gralnsd
throughout: desirable location: directly on line
ornew cable loop: easy terms. SAMUEL W.
BLACK & CO.. 99 Fourth avenue. auSO-38
FORSALE-S5.500-NEAR NORTH HILAND
and Stanton avenues, new 2-story, modern
style frsme dwelling, 8 rooms, batb. Inside shut
ters and w. c, slate mantels, etc.: lot 75x268 to a
street; must be sold at once; owner leaning city
on account of ill health: easy terms. SAMUEL
W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave. au30-38
FOB SALE-ELEGANT OAKLAND HOMES
2 nice new two-story and mansard brick dwell
ings of 8 roods, hall and vestibule: bath. Inside
w. c, wasbstands. plafe glass, elegant chande
liers and gss fixtures, both gases, electric bells:
with all modern Improved conveniences, and will
invite closest inspection; t minutes' walk from
cable road: fine lot; price unequaledln this part
of the city: call at office for full particulars.
BLACK & BA1RD.95 Fourth ave. 2U.il au29-79
FOB SALE-LACBEL STATION. P. Ft. W. &
C Ry..New Brighton road: 11 acres of ground
and two elegant large houses of 8 and 12 rooms re
spectively: all modern conveniences: beautllul
drives, etc. ; this besutlful place offered at a very
reasonable price and on easy terms; will sell all.
or a part If desired. BLACK BAIRD, 95 Fourth
ave. 2H.69 au29-79
TTTWR SALE-SUBURBAN RESIDENCE IN
X? borough, 12 acres; 870 feet front on principal
avenue; on good macadamized road; never falling
spring and well of purest water; large, beautiful
brick dwelling, with -slate roof, marble mantels,
inside w. c, batb. laundry, pantry, natural and
Illuminating 'gases; best fruited place in the
country; a bargain. W. H. HEHEL1IAKTH, Real
Estate Agent, 121 Wabash St., West End, city.
FOR SALE LOTS.
Enst En Lots.
FOR SALE-CHEAP-AT SHADYSIDE-LOT
43x160 feet.-lrontlng Potter street in the Aiken
lan; location good. W. A. HEREON SONS,
Fourth ave. au28-2
FOR SALE LARGE LOTS, FINELY LO
CATED, close to station and easy terms, are
to be bad In Villa Park: new plan now ready.
JOHN F. BAXTER. Agent, 512 Smithfield at.
TTKJB SALE LABGE LOT. SUITABLE FOB
X? bustnesss stand, on Penna. R. R.. between
Ben Venue and Bhadyslde stations. MELLON
BROS., at Penna. R. K. depot, East Liberty. -
EOR SALE FINE CORNER LOTS ON RIP
PKY St. (paved), between HUand and Negley
aves.. 60-root front, at 170 a foot front. MELLON
BROTHERS, at Penna. K. B. depot, East Liberty.
FOB SALE-TWENTY FINE.-LEVEL BUILD
ING lots, situate on Howe and Arabella
streets, Sbadvslde: price only 131 per front foot:
this Is the cheapest property In Shadyside. Call
at once on W. A. HEBRON & SONS, No. 80
Fourth ave. au24-87-D
JD ave. and Forbes street: the, most desirable
bnlldlnr site in the East End (Shady avenue);
within 3 minutes' walk of the electric road: can
be bougbt right. Inquire of GEORGESCHMIirr,
157 Fourth ave. ' au27-41
FOR SALE-PROPERTY ON UNIMPROVED
street, being advertised at 80 a foot front: I
can offer you choice lots on wide streets, curbed,
sewered and wide flagstone sidewalks, from 40 to
fbO a foot front: Investigate this. JOHN F. BAX
TER, Agent, 512 Smithfield st. au25-6l-Tur
FOR SALE-IN COLTABT SQUABE, OAK
LAND, desirable new houses or latest style
of architecture, 9 rooms, elegantly furnished
complete In all Its appointments: near cable line;
complete sewerage, street Improvements made.
For plans and Information seeW. A. HEBRON
& SONS, or U. K. BEAM, on the premises.
FOB SALE-LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues snd Lombard street. Allegheny, In
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPHMCN AUGHEB. 43 N. Diamond st.
TJIOR BALE-WHEN ADAM AND EVE SUB
V VEYED the Garden of Eden their choice or
lots was unlimited. Competition for eligible sites
wss unknown In those days. Although the snper
flclsl area has not diminished, the struggle for
choice spots of earth has very much Increased.
There are more people nowadays, and the people
nowadays have more wants to gratify, and they
want them gratified In better ways. They are
more concerned sbout posterity than about, an
cestry. They want pleasant homes in pleasant
places among pleasant people. Then howe'er
crowns and coronets be rent, a virtuous populace
may rise the while. Thl. Is the safeguard of the
nation. Then let us scan the horizon for the choice
lots.' the lots, worthy of selection. As tne mag
netic needle vibrates to the pole, so our longing
eyes rest with blissful repose on the calm retreats
ui luu r cizj BTiiic nnu, bu ricu lu uiurai oeauiy
that Alpine grandeur sinks Into insignificance.
On Saturday or this week at 3 o'clock an excep
tionally rare opportunity will be afforded Tor the
selection and purchase of a few choice lots in the
Klllot Nursery, on tho Perrysvllle road at Charles
street. The electric car will whirl yon from the
Alleghenypostofflceto the ground In no time, by
the Carnegie Library Block. A. LEG U ATE i.
SON, 31 Federal St., Allegheny.
FOR 8 ALE-TDOS. MCCAFFREY, 3509 BUT
7,250 Cor. Fortieth st. and Liberty ave.. lot
44x100; splendid new brick dwelling of hall, vesti
bule, bath, 9 large rooms, both gases, porches
front and rear, beauttfut. lawn, shade cVees, etc.;
No. I stable on rear of lot; possession at once; ,S
7,600-Below Butler St.. Seventeenth ward, 3
new brlek bouses, 5 rooms each and No. 1 frame
house of 5 rooms; plenty of room to build another
house: large lot; street and alley paved; handy to
all works: rent for S3: bouses never empty: X
cash, balance to suit: houses in first-class repair.
8,200 Nos. 23 and nil Penn ave., 5 brick
dwellings: rent for 63 50; easy payments; bouses
In good repair.
1,650-On Boss St., WHklnsburg. adjoining
Snowden property, near station: lot.SlKxiSsxMS:
new frame house of A rooms, stone cellar, etc.;
(TOO-On Bldge, near Thirty-third St., Hot 23x82,
No. 5. sec 18. Denny plant terms to suit.
1,625-On Thirty-third St.. Thirteenth ward, lot
25x110; splendid frame house of 4 rooms, porches,
etc. : terms to suit. x .
5.800 On Willow st.. between Forty-first and
Forty-second sts. slot 26x100; No. 1 brick dwelling
of 7 rooms andMInlshed attic and2brlek dwellings
of rooms and finished attics, the whole in No. -1
repair and rents for (60: easy payments.
All the above and hundreds ofother homes and
lots, for sale by THtfS. McCAFFBEY. 3609 Butler
t, office open evenings, ..Telephone 5,514.
FOR. SALE I.OTS.
FOB SALE-BEAUTIFUL LOTS AT MOBN
INGSII'S Eighteenth ward; canoe bought
forfoO to 00; long payment: tbe owner will
build bouses for purchasers and give long time
to pay for them : req airing an outlay of very II ttlo
more than a fair rent. Call upon the owner,
CHAS. E. CORNELIUS. 406 Grant St.. Pittsburg,
or go upon the premises and see Lis agent. N. P.
T7IOR J5ALE-AT ASFINWALL STATION IN
JO thftlioss estate tho most desirable suburban
building lots now In tbe market for sale: prices
very nw and terms easy: call or send for plans.
W. A. HERRON A SONS, No. 80 Fourth are.
17'OR SALE NICELY LOCATED LOTS. 25X115
J? ft. at Copeland s ta. : this Is the finest location
In Braddock Field, and is convenient to' all the
large Iron works; price 375. MELLON
BROTHERS, at Penna. B. B. depot, East Liberty.
FOR SALE-FARM. 100 ACRES. RICH SOIL:
well adapted for stock, grain, fruit and
garden, house 5 rooms, bank barn, horses, cattle:
all farming Implements, with present crops: 3,000
cash. ED. W1TTISH, 410 Grant street, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
Business Chances. "
FOB SALE-AT A BABGAIN-ONE OF THE
best established light manufacturing busi
nesses in the city. For further particulars inquire
ofGEO. JOHNSTON. 62 Fourth avenue, auis-6
FOR SALE A WELL AND LONG-ESTABLISHED
carpet weaving business: seven
looms: everything complete; a good trade; so
much other business, will sell at a bargain. J. S.
AbHBRlDGE, Johnstown. Pa. au30-20
f7OB SALE BARGAIN IN A GENERAL
JJ store tn country town In one of the best farm
ing communities In Eastern Ohio: stock all new
and doing a good cash trade: reason for selling,
other business. Address BOX 72, New Garden. O.
FOR 8ALE-GBOCERY STORE A FIRST
CLASS chance for tbe right man. with about
3,000 capital: store doing a line business: locality
one or the best In the city: ill-health the only rea
son for selling. Address F. G. S., Dispatch of
FOR SALE SADDLFHY AND HARNESS
business, well established in the best town
within ten miles of Pittsburg; will sell either
with leasehold and building. orwUl sell stock.
gnoawui. etc.. ana rent ouuaing at moderate
rent. Apply to or address B. M. HOLLAND. 81
Diamcna st.. nttsburg.
1JWB SALE-FIRST-CLASS BESTAUBANTS,
2 boarding houses, choice cheap grocery stores,
confectioneries, drygoods and notion stores,
furnished house for roomers, very profitable large
bakery and confectionery, cigar stores, bakeries,
feed store, milk depot, shoe stores, drag stotes,
printing office good country newspaper office,
butcher shop, and many other business ehances.
Free particulars. SUEPABD & CO.. 54 Filth ave
FOR SALE-WOOD ST. WABEHOUSE-LOT
20x90. for less than value, to close up an es
tate C H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue. au27-65
FOR SALE-HOTEL-35 ROOMS. ALL MOD
ERNJmprovements: In successful operation:
on prominent railroad near Pittsburg. Further
particulars from ALLES '& BAILEY, 164 Fourth
ave. Tel.. 167. au27-43
IOR SALE-ADVANCE ROLLER MILLS
N ewlv refitted to Case STStem. steam power:
-T-. - . - : ;..- .- . -.. . -
aoing no. i wors: aesiraoiy zocaiea onjun.;
pleutvof bard wheat at mill door; terms low. Call
or address TAYLOR BBOS. & CO., Sogers, Col.
Co.. O. au22-67-D
nones. Vehicles. Lite Stock, dbe.
FOB SALE-A VEBY FINE KENTUCKY
combination horse, has all tbe gaits, trots
square In harness, sound and gentle and will
be sold Tor less than bis value. Call at KEL
TON'S LIVERY, Third ave., city. au29-2-Thrsu
machinery ana metals.
FOR SALE-ENGINES AND BOILEBS-NKW
and refitted: repalrlngpromptlv attended to.
POSTER FOUNDRY ANDMACH1NECO..LLM..
below Suspension bridge Allegheny, Pa. aulo-29
ITIOR SALE-20-HORSE POWER WESTING
. HOUSE engine and 80-horse power tubular
boiler, with front and stack complete; about new.
Apply to SCUUETTE & CO., South Eighteenth
St., Pittsburg. Pa. au25-10
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles kept In stock, from
4 to 100 b. p.; all refitted: good ss new, at lowest
prices: mounted portable engines. 8 to 25 h. p.
B-25 Park way. J. S. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa.
FOR SALE- HOISTING ENGINES, NEW
and second hand; wire and raanllla rope der
rick and fittings, hoisting tubs and care clay and
ore pans, engines, boilers and machinery.
THOMAS CARLIN'S SONS, Lacock and sandnsky
sts.. Allegheny. an5-17-Mwr
PERSONAL-BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
New and old, ancient and laooern.ttandard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific saooo vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 900
Liberty st. an3-9S
PERSONAL-SAY, HARBY, THAT NEW
suit Is immense, but yonr shoulders look as
though you had gone through a snowstormrfrom
that dandruff falling from your head. Why don't
you get your barber to give a shampoo with
ROSS W. BLACK'S Keystone Snow Flake Egg
Shampoo Cream, and I'll guarantee you will
never be tronbled with dandruff any more
PEKSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY BE
TUBNED; recently they bad not been on the
best of terms owing to a little family lar occa
sioned by the wife insisting on being allowed to
renovate bis wearing appareL and which, of
course was done in a bungling manner; in order
to prevent tbe trouble tney agreed to send all
their work herearter to DICKSON, the Tailor. 65
Fifth ave.. corner Wood St.. second floor, and
now everything Is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns in their household. Telephone 1558.
STOLEN-125 REWARD BRIGHT BAY MAKE,
4 years old, white hind feet, black mane and
tall, white stsr snd small white -spot on nose:
taken from the pasture of tbe undersigned on
Angnst 7, and supposed to have been driven off In
a top buggy (too off and left shaft broken), stolen
from a neighbor on tbe same night: 825 reward
will be paid for information leading to the recov
ery or the mare. D. W. McELHANY, Box 606,
Franklin. Pa. s " anjQ-53
BEWARD-A LIBKRAL REWARD WILL BE
paid lor any Information leading to the re
covery or child 4 montns old. supposed to be hid
den in LIgonler Valley, between Latrobe and
New Florence. Address CHAS. A. WALLACE,
ESTATE OF CHARLOTTE FAULKNER,
deceased Notice is hereby given that let
ters testamentary on the estate of Charlotte
Faulkner, deceased, have been granted to the
undersigned, to whom all persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make immediate
payment, and those baying claims or demands
against the same will make them known with
out delay. OLIVE GEYER PATTERSON,
Executrix, 66 East Diamond street, Allegheny
City, Pa., or S. H. GEYER, Atfy at Law, 118
Qlamondst, Pittsburg, Fa. jy26-90-F
JOHN H. KERR, 89 Diamond street.
QTATE OF PENNSYLVANIA. COUNTY
O of Allegheny, ss. In tbe Conrt of Common
Picas No. 2. No. 31 April term, 1887. JobnMc
Keag vs. tbe Ironworkers & Mechanics' Build
ing and Loan Association. And now, Jnly31,
1889.on motion the Conrt appoints John H. Kerr,
Esq.,Auditor,to report distribution of the f nnd
in hands of Receiver. By tbe Court. From the
Record. JOHN BRADLEY,
The Andltor will meet all parties Interested
for the.purpose of bis appointment at his office.
No. 89 Diamond street, Pittsburg, Pa, on
THURSDAY, September 2t3, 1889, at 2 o'clock
p. JL, when and where, all claims mnst be pre
sented and proved. JOHN H. KERR,
pRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Week commencing Monday, September 2.
Engagement of the distinguished tragedian,Mr.
Supported by an excellent company.
In the following repertoire:
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and
"DAMON AND PYTHIAS."
Saturday night "RICHARD 1IX"
Seats now on sale.
pRAND OPERA HOUSE
To-night, In a
Week Sept.2 Fred Ward. au2G-8
FRANK DANIELS IN
Sept. 2. Llzale Evans In
Fine Feathers. au?3
HARRIS' THEATER-EVERY AFTER
NOON and evening. The distinguished
artiste. AGNES VILLA,
In tbe great London and New York success,
THE WORLD AGAINST HER.
Week September 2 Pete Baker. au26-27
TTARRY TVILL1AMS l
ARRY TVILL1AMS ACADEMY
To-night. Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and
MACK'S GREAT AMERICAN 8PECIALTY
COMPANT-20 STARS. au25-2
Two Games To-Day,
Games called at 245 and sSOr.K,' an3Q-10
ITIO LET LABGE FURNISHED BOOMVnj
jl xronxing psrgs: nttea wun satura uu u-i
ficlal gas: bath room adjoining. Address COM-f
j uai. liispatca omce. u
rpO LET-BRICK STOREBOOM AND DWELL-
, UlUUUMAill b JldUSUCIU, JVW4 iwwmwis.
for & drygcMxls and notion noose. C II. LOVE. 93
Fonrtn are. u29-7 - -.
10 LET-D WELLING, WITH SALOON AND
ties must be responsible; possession given Sept. k.
Address JOSEPH T. HAINS, Martin's Ferry, O. .
UlET-STOREROOMS AND WAREHOUSES,
with dwellings, close to pew Exposition ;beit
stands in city; 6 and 8-room dwellings; some un
furnished rooms. Inquire of S. MUSGRAVE. 44.
Fourth street. au28-24-Kwrsu
TTVi LET-STORE OR OFFICE ROOM, WITH
I largevsult, suitable for insurance office or
similar business, in Germanla Savings Bank
building, No. 419 wood street: room formerly oc
cupied by George Beineman as saloon, and now
temporarily occupied by the American Express
Co.: it is two steps below grade, making a first
class basement, inquire at THE BANK.
Offices. Deilt Room. fcc
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING. 75. 77 and 79 Diamond street, two of the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be found In the
city; rent. 200and 300 per annum. Including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam beating.
Apply between 10 x. X. and 1 P.M., or between
2 and 4 P. M. )yB-67
T OST-A JUDGMENT NOTE. PAYABLE TO
Jul Miss Lizzie Merker: is of no value to finder,
as payment has been stopped. Party finding same
can have what money was in pocketbook by re
turning to MISS LIZZIE MEBKKB. 2221 Pena
ave.. cltv. au30-22
ST. GEORGE'S HALL. FOR BOYS AND
joudr men, St. George's. Md., near Balti
more Prof. J. C. Kinear, A. SI, Principal. Col
lege or business. Unsurpassed m advantages,
comfort and situation. $200 to J275 a year.
Jyl Ursnllno Academy reopens on 8EP
TKilBER. 2; boarders and day scbolars re
ceived. For farther particulars apply to
S. STE. GERTRUDE,
HOLY GHOST COLLEGE
Complete preparatory, commercial and
collegiate departments, reopens WEDNES
DAY. SEPTEMBER 4;new students examined.,
Monday, September 2. Apply to Rev. JOHN T.
MURPHY, C. S. Sp.. President. an2!W4
TWO CHOICE SCHOOLS.
BROOKE HALL, for girls and yonne
ladies. 8HORTLIDOE MEDIA ACADEMY;
for boys and younc men. SWITHIN C
SHORTLLDGE, A. M. (Harvard graduate).
Media, Pa near Philadelphia. anI-8
T ONG VIEW, BROOKVILLE, PA.,
A Chnrch School for Girls, will reopen SEP
TEMBER 11. 18S9. For cataldene apply to
Rev. JOHN G. MULHOLLAND. LL.P-,
au2-7S-TnF - Principal.
ISS MARY MAC DONALD. FORMER
principal ot miss .tuners scnooi, wiu
A SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
OCTOBER L ISSDL
MOUNTAIN SEMINARY. BIRMING
HAM, Pa. A thoronsh school for young
is. Situation noted lor health. Homer
comforts. 33d year. Grounds, 10Q acres. Three
courses of study. Prepares for college. Send
for illustrated catalogue A. R. GRIER, Busi
ness Mn'g'r. MISS N. J. DAVIS, PrlncipaL
NEW YORK MILITARY ACADEMY.
CornwalI-on-Hudon. Courses of study la
civil engineering. English and classics. Labor
atory, drawing room and field work. Beautiful
buildings, grounds, location. COL. C J.
WRIGHT, B. li, A. M.. Sunt; BELDEN F.
HYATT. Comd't of Cadets. jelO-11
EOCK HILL COLLEGE, ELLICOTT CITY,
Md.; conducted by the brothers of tbe
Christian Schools; scientific, classical and com
mercial courses: the modern languages and
drawing are taught without extra cbarg;
studies will be resumed on the first Monday ot
September. For particulars address
anlS-23 BROTHER DENIS. President.
T. MARY'S ACADEMY FOR YOUNG
J LADIES, Chatham street.
ST. MARY'8 8ELECT SCHOOL FOR
SMALL BOYS, Webster avenue,
Sisters of Mercy,
Re-opens Sept. 2.
For further particulars apply to Directress.
KEBLE SCHOOL. SYRACUSE.N. 1.
Boarding School for Girls. . Under tbe su
pervision of tbe Rt. Rev. F. D. Huntington, S.
T. D. Tbe nineteenth school year begins
Wednesday, September 1L 18S9. References
Rt. Rev. H.C. Potter. D.DN.Y. Rev. Wm. R.
Huntington. D. D..,Grace Church, N. Y. City.
Ptcs. E. N. Potter, D. D Geneva. N. Y. Hon.
Andrew D. White, Ithaca, N. Y. Apply to
MISS MARY J. JACKSON, Principal.
41 FIFTH AVENUE.
A select school for tbe careful and tborongh,
preparation of boys and yonng men for college,
scientific school or business. The course of
stndy Is such as to afford an excellent prepara
tion for Princeton. Yale or Harvard College.
The next session begins Monday. September X.
ISAAC W. KOONTZ, A. M., (Princeton),
DO NOT HESITATE
to buy lots in Allegheny City if yon can find
choice property, desirably located, at a mod
is right on the line of rapid improvement,
near new California avenue and proposed
Bellevne electric road. Lots are large, well
drained, beautifully sitnated and are tha
cheapest home sites now offering in Allegheny.
At 200 to (oOO each. Call on me for plans and
conveyance to the ground.
313 Wood St.
WOOD MANTELS CEILINGS
Manufacturers and Importers of FIno Furni
ture, Curtains and Ornaments.
Designs and estimates submitted for complete
TRYMBY. HUNT fc CO..
1219 and 1221 Market St
jraTIVruJ" Philadelphia, Pa.
mo LET OFFICES TO RENT
Apply to SUPERINTENDENT OF THE
WESTINGHOUSE BUILDINO. JBtt
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PURE MILK. i
This Company is prepared to receive orders , , s&fi
by mall or otherwise for Absolutelt Pure i fflltrl
Mile; delivered to customers in sealed glass .puHNfj
Jabs, packed in Ice at our creamery lnSewick IwU
ley. Price 8 cents per quart. 'HJasssH
THE SEWICKLEY DAIRY CO.. . jH
an20-73-D 1 10 Wood st Pittsburg. Pa. 3eHi
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