Pittsburg dispatch. (Pittsburg [Pa.]) 1880-1923, September 01, 1889, SECOND PART, Page 11, Image 11
'm pif TsMrafr '---WWI'iiiX&&m-ei3aE;Hk. SWING SOUR GRAPES ; ' Snreto Set the Teeth of One's Cb.il- dren on Edge for All Time. .4 THE SINS OP THE FATHERS Tisited on the Heads of the Children, to the Fourth Generation. 'A LESSON TAUGHT TO ALL PAKENTS y rWBITTEXFOE THE DISPATCII.1 The fathers have eaten sour grapes, andthe children's teeth are set on edge.'- The Hebrews got a good deal of comfort out of this homely proverb. It is always a comfort when things are going wrong to be able to put the blame on somebody else. And in the days of Jeremiah and Ezekiel, v when this proverb was most popular, things were going very wrong indeed. The great Kingdom of David and Solomon, shorn of its splendor, weakened by rebellion and division, weakened still more by wide spread corruption and idolatry, assailed by strong enemies, was being broken into pieces, and carried off Into captivity. The people were conscious of their own weak ness. That is never a pleasant consciousness- They wanted to explain it, somehow. They wanted to make apologies to their pride. So they said that they simply could not help it. It was their hard fate. They were born so. They laid the blame on their fathers. They transferred the responsibility. "The fathers," they said, "have eaten sonr grape, aQd the children's teeth are set on edge." And, no doubt, as I say, they got some small comiort one of that. There is a good deal of truth in this proverb. The character of a man does de pend in large measure upon his father. We are all heirs to something. The feature! of the face and the gestures ot the hand go down from father to son, and the features of the mind and the motion of the will, no doubt, go with them. HAP.D TO DETERMINE. It can never, of course, be accurately de termined how much of the character of a child of 5 years is due to instinct and how much to imitation. The influences of he redity and or environment are incapable of perfect determination, so that one may say this was born with the child and that grew. Still, whatever the degree may be, there is undoubtedly an inheritance of character. "The father eats sour grapes, and the chil dren's teeth are set on edge." Somehow, the emphasis of the proverb which is upon the bad side of character, seems to be borne out by experience. The bad seems longer-lived than the good, and easieroi transmission. The bad is certainly easier of imitation; it seems also to make i the stronger impression upon instinct. "We do not need to go to the theologian to learn that there is such a fact in the world as original sin. we see that in ourselves and in everybody else. It makes little differ ence how far back we go for the beginning of it. "Whether we trace it with John Cal vin to Adam, or whether we go with John Fiske farther back, :ind find it our brute in heritance that which still remains in us of the nature of faraway animal ancestors, it makes small difference. The one important fact is that wherever it comes from, here it is. Uo child is born perfect. Every child , is burdened from the start with an inherit V ance of evil, handed down from his father and his grandfather. Original sin the sin of our origin the sin which comes with the gift of human life, is a fact There is no escaping it The fact is a very serious one for both the fathers and the children. It means for the fathers that no man lives nor dies unto him self. It means responsibility. There is ' usually a recognition of the responsibility I of parents for the bringing up of their chif. dren, that they shall be properly in st rui fence folio ta structed and disciplined, taught the diner kence between right and wrong, and made to oiiorr the leadings ol right, KEPT FROM BAD COMPANIONS I -and from forming evil habits. This rpsnnn- isibility, I say, is pretty generally realized. ' But the text teaches a responsibility of parents for their own character. The char x ncter of the children depends not only upon what the parents say and do, but upon what they are. The education of a child ought to beein. some sav. a hundred rears before he is born. And plainly it does begin, lor good or bad,-a good many years belore that event When you educate your children you are educating your grandchildren. In your children you will see yourself. You know there is a chain of cause and effect stretching through all life. Every act and word and thought, itself an effect, be comes in turn a cause. And no cause fails of its effect All sowing is followed by some kind of reaping. I knew a man of good family, whose reprobate son snrang at him one day with a knife, to kill him. All the evil ot that man's character had re produced itself in that son. It was like the "Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde." "When that murderous as sault was made it was as if all the Dlack side or the man s past life, all his own strong passion and his ungoverned temper had suddenly became embodied in human shape, and had clutched him by the throat The lesson of the text is not alwavs printed in Buch large type as that, bnt it'eomes out in some shape inevitably, and every time. Xo sin intnis world "ever escapes pun ishment Sometimes the punishment comes in one nay, sometimes in another. Some times the sins of the parents are punished by being visited upon their children. Thus Eli's sin of easy-going, good-natured neglect brought its punishment when the news of the battle came, and his sons were slain, and the ark ot God was taken. It was Eli's sin that smote him there, so that he fell off the bench backward and broke his neck. t So, too, came Samuel's punishment for a similar sin. Straight out from the defect in the father's character grew a manifesta tion of that defect in the character of his sons, and that was punishment enough. BOUND TO APPEAR AGAIN. Tour past life, the evil habits of it, the detects of it, the failures of it, will appear again in some shape in the person of vour son. If you have wasted your strength he will be a delicate, sickly child, in conse quence. If you have wasted your time, he will have a slow brain and an idle arm. like yours. To-day, as he is growing up beside yon, it is your character which is helping to form his. The most potent influence in the shaping of a life is an ideal vou may never have formulated; the ideal" of your life; your son has certainlv never formu lated it, nevertheless you have an ideal, and your son knows it There are three kinds of people in this world. Some are bent upon getting; some upon doing; some upon being. To some the best thing in life is money; to others achievements; to others, character. Yon are in one of the three classes. Your son will probably be in the same class after you. Yon will put him there by being That you are. we are greatly affected by other people's ways of looking at things. The attitude which people take toward certain questions influence and to some extent determine our " attitude. There is no argument so per suasive as attitude. The persistent position of one whom we respect in regard to any question is in itself an argument We are likely to come insensibly into the same attitude. This is one of the ways in which the lather forms his sons. We do not any ot us know how much children understand of the conversation which goes on about them. We are often astonished at getting glimpses into their minds which show that they have been paying very close and intelligent attention, when we thought they were busy with their blocks. That is one of the wsri by which children get "spoiled," by Being talked about Chil dren iTwrivo rvnw TFTT AT irnrr c.v about them. Yon may spell the words in I t Hebrew, it you trill. They can translate! them. And children are sensitive to "at titude." They know years before you find it out, what you think about this and that Especially tfiey know what you think about the two topics, which our Lord pronounced the most important of all others. They know what you think about religion the love ot God and about morality the love of vour neighbor. Eeverence and the lack of reverence, faith and the lack of faith, the sense of duty and the spirit of indulgence, the desire to be true and the willingness to lie, the purpose to be honest and the willingness to do a little underhand stealing if a good occasion offers children make the distinction be tween these shades of black and white be fore they get out of dresses. They know you, fathers and mothers you would be annoyed to find how well I And you are in fluencing them almost irrevocably. You have eaten sour grapes, or if you are dining off sour grapes to-day, your children's teeth are being set on edge, even while they have so few teeth that you can count them on the fingers of one hand. Geobge Hodges. THE YOUNG XORTinYEST. Colonel Jay Allen Describes It lo Glowing Term. Colonel E. Jay Allen, of the Board of Viewers, who has just returned from a trip to Washington Territory, says that it is one of the finest places he ever visited. The climate is very temperate, and the country full of game. All the business men there are young the average ages being between 25 and 3o years. Everyone disposed to settle can claim 160 acres; and though the applicants for land are few, yet everyone knows it is there if he wants it Among the old Pittsburgers in Washing ton Territory Colonel Allen met Sam Wall, formerly connected with the newspapers here. About Sau Francisco Colonel Allen says that the architecture is far behind the time. No change has been made from the style of SO years ago, and there is much sameness' in the appearance of the streets. SIcKce Went to Jail. John McKee was held for court yesterday afternoon by Magistrate Gripp, on a charge of aggravated assault and battery, on oath of Patrick J. Walsh. The men had a dis pute last Sunday, in which it is alleged Mc Kee charged Walsh with the larceny of a razor and cut him with a knife. In de fault of 500 bail McKee was committed to jail. Do Yon Know? Do 70U know that in the great West and Northwest there are boundless areas of the choicest farming lands uncultivated and open to settlement on easy terms? That there are still millions of acres of Govern ment Free Lands that can be had for the taking, free of all cost, and that the oppor tunity to obtain these cheap lands and free lands will soou be gone? Do you know that nature has stored in these regions mineral wealth of untold value, that is still unde veloped and unexplored; that the entire West is teeming with opportunities for money-making and that it is being rapidly settled by an intelligent and enterprising people? And do you know that the great Unicago and -Northwestern .Railway, with its over 7,000 miles of thoroughly con structed and equipped road, penetrates and ramifies the most interesting portions of this grand empire, and that the territory tribu tary to this great system alone would afford ample support to at least 50 times its pres ent population? If not, then learn from this, that they are all facts, and learn, also, that the Chicago and Northwestern Kail way has arranged for a series of its popular half-rate Harvest Excursions to run on September 10 and 24 and October 8, for which tickets will be sold to points in Iowa, Minnesota, 2orth and South Dakota, Nebraska. Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, ;Idaho and Montana, at the rate of one tare for the round trip,, with 30 days' allowance for return passage, thus enabling home-seekers, investors, prospectors and all classes of travelers, to investigate the West and Northwest at one-half the usual rates. Circulars giving detailed information, with rates from Chicago to the most important points, will be mailed on application to E. P. Wilson, General Passenger Agent, Chicago and Northwestern Hallway, Chi cago, 111. Onr Display nt Exposition Is in the northwest end of main building. Visitors to the city should call to see our complete stock. Our exhibit at Exposition is but a small sample of what is carried at our warerooms, 711'Liberty ave. Eespectfully, P. C. SCHOENECK. Labor Day. Hendricks & Co., G8 Federal street, Allegheny, will have their gallery open all dav. Have your photograph taken. (Cabinets onlv 1 a dozen. Bring the little folks. Blankets, all colors, white, cardinal, plaids and grays, from $1 50 to ?2 50 a pair. New line of eider down comlorts and pil lows. Hugos & Hacke. Gallery Open Monday. Fine cabinets $1 00 per doz. at Aufrecht's Elite Gallery, 516 Market st., Pittsburg. All welcome. Use elevator. Flannels 1 Flannels ! Extra bargains, low prices. Enable & Shuster, Jiwsu 35 Fifth avenue. Get Your Wntch and Jewelry Repaired By Jas. McKee, 420 Smithfield street, one door below Diamond street Diamonds, watches, clocks, jewelry, silverware, etc. Cabinet photos, 51 per doz. Lies' Pop ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st. nsu 8v'p ,filvvfiY) THE laHJT GINGER PUDDING. Take one cup Porto Bico molasses, one half cup dark brown sugar, one-fourth cup butter and two eggs; beat these all together, stir into this one cup sweet milk, two tea spoonfuls ground ginger and three even cups of silted flour, having mixed thoroughly through the dry flour one meas ure "Banner" Baking Powder; bake in pad ding or cake pan one hour, slow oven. Serve hot with the following hard dressing: One-quarter pound butter beaten to a cream, add one egg and six tablespoonfuls granulated sugar, beaten until light; flavor with vanilla. peach short cake. Take one pound offlour; mix well through it one and a half measures "Banner" Bak ing Powder; add two teaspoonfuls salt; then rub .in one-hall' pound shortening; add with a spoon one-half pint of sweet milk; Sake in jelly-cake pans; when cold and just before eating, place in layers. Take ripe, fresh peaches, which have previously been washed, pared, chopped and sugared. Spread the fruit on each layer and serve with cream. Kow is the season to keep on hand a supply ot HOUSE "SCOUEENE" to do all CLEANING your house cleaning. "WITH There is no known article SCOXJEENE for 6 cents that will so help through house cleaning anS do it s well, MUSIC IN CHIMES. Wonderful Evolution of One of the Popular Forms of Worship. INTRODUCTION OP PIPE ORGANS By a Denomination That Has Always Been Opposed to Their Use. A JDMP FKOM LINISG OUT HIMNS The First Presbyterian Church of Pitts burg was able to celebrate its centennial five years ago. The United Presbyterian, whose creed and practice, was of a somewhat more rigid caste, did not occupy this field until the year 1801 or 1802. For a decade before that period there were a few orthodox families here who held to the faith delivered to the saints in Scotland, bnt the nearest minister who could dispense the sacraments was thellev. A. Henderson, of Canonsburg. The few faithful here were a part of Hender son's missionary field, and once a month during the last decade of the last century the Canonsburg U. P. Bishop came to Pitts burg to dispense the pure gospel in this portion of his diocese. It seems a little singular that Pittsburg shonld be a field of missionary operations for a Canonsburg preacher, but such was the condition of things from 1790 to 1800. In 1794 a carpenter by the name ot James Young pitched his tent in this city, and, thougn he could, at that early day get Presbyterian gospel in the old log church on Wood street, he wanted something more orthodox, and so, for a number of years went to Canonsburg for .the pure stuff. Times have changed since Pittsburgers felt con strained to go to Canonsburg for spiritual provender. HOW the beginning was made. James Young, who will be remembered by old timers as the 'Squire, in the process ot years, concluded that the Canonsburg missionary station at the forks of the Ohio, ought to go it alone. He gathered, a few of the faithful here, and a church was organ ized in the year 1801, nnder the title of the Associate Presbyterian Church of Pittsburg. A lot was purchased on the corner of Sev enth avenue and Cherry alley, and the First United Presbyterian Church entered upon its career in this city. Ont of that movement have grown up over 20 churches of that order in the two cities and suburbs. In Allegheny there are a number of U. P. churches with a membership of 500 to 600 each. A recent local in The Dispatch re ferred to a contract for a new pipe organ by the East Libertv United Presbyterian Church at a cost of 94.000. A halt a cen tury ago the music of the United Presbyte rian chnrcbes was furnished by two precentors. one of whom read out two lines of the Psalm of David, after House's version, and the other raised the tune for the congregation to fall into line. When the lining ont was thought no longer necessary, a few of the old-timers left the church because of the in novation. An elder of the Sixth Avenue U. P. Church, by the name of Getty, whose pew was close up to the pulpit, in the mid dle aisle, MARCHED FIRMLY OUT of the church when the new method of sing ing without reading the two lines was inau gurated. The tune used on that occasion was forever after called "Getty's Eetreat" If the Pittsburg United Presbyterians, who passed away a generation ago, could return to the scene of their earthly toils and witness a nrst-class pipe organ in a church of their order they would be hard to per suade that they had not gotten into the wrong pew. The wealthiest church ot the denomina tion, without a dissenting voice, will in a short time be worshiping God in song, with the best instrumental accompaniment that money can furnish. "The world do move." A stronger illustration of Dar win's theory of evolution can hardly be fOnnd than that afforded by the progress of the churches on the question of music. The break made by the East End U. P. Church will no doubt be the entering wedge, and in the next generation the pipe organ is liable to be the rule as it is now the exception in that denomination. Ton Cnn Afford to Wear Dlnmonda. Save 10 to 20 per cent at Jas. McKee's, the Jeweler, 420 Smithfieid street, one door below Diamond street, formerly 13 Mfth avenue. Diamonds remounted. Gallery Open Monday. Fine cabinets $1 00 per doz. at Aufrecht's Elite Gallery, 516 Market St., Pittsburg. AH welcome. Use elevator. See our new lines of foreign dress goods. See our domestic dress goods. Knable & Shuster, mwsu 35 Fifth avenue. Cabinet photos, 51 per doz. Lies Pop ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st. ttsu 24-inch plushes 75c, 51, 51 25 and 51 50 a yard for the qualities we now show in all latest fall colorings. Hugus & Hacke. Blankets and comforts; extra induce ments. See ours before you buy. . Knable & Shuster, MWSU 35 Fifth avenue. Black goods! Black goods! Special of ferings this week. Enable & Shuster, mwsu 35 Filth avenue. Frauenheim & Vilsacx's Iron City Beer is the best in the market. Pure, whole some and nutritious. A SPECIAL INVITATION TO Virit the Grandest Place About Pittsburg: FOB A HOME. Visit the East End, Visit Allegheny City, Visit all tho places about the city and then come to KNOXTILI. Wo will encase to snow von a Tuw.tMm- place. Give you a better house for less money, Give yon easier terms of payment, Give you better improvements. Give you lower taxes. Give more comforts and pleasures, better health for less money than anywhere else, CAN YOU BUY ANrWHERE Asplcnd!d7-roombnckhoce,withflnoporches slate roof, bathroom, range, hot and cold water.' laundry, on beautiful lot, surrounded with fine) shade trees, for $4,000, on easy payments of a few hundred dollars cash and monthly pay ments to suit you? You can do it in Knoxville. You can get a 5-room house in Knoxville for $100 cash payment and ?17 to $30 per month. You can get a 3-room bouse in Knoxville for $30 to $100 cash and $13 to $16 per month. You can get a house, large or small, with as much ground as you want on terms that you uiuuub uujmiifav lUijHucia else lou asK: where is KnoxvilleT It is only 1 miles from the postofflce. to which you can walk in 20 minutes. The new Pittsbure Incline Plane is being erected, and in less than six montbsyou can take street car in city and ndo into Knoxville in 15 minutes. Knoxville has all the improvements of the city three lines natural gas, artificial gas, city water, fine churches, paved streets, cooa school and low taxes. Hundreds of people are moving to Knoxville, and the choicest sites are being taken up. FOB SENT. A number of handsome new houses now ready for renting. You can do better here than anywhere else. Kkoxville Land Improvement Co., Knoxville Borough, t..,,.d o o. .- n.S'.tl?Sr4STe"H?-. incline to KnoxyiUa Borough. f THE EVERETT PIANO CLUB, ,. Or Co-OperntlTO Planar, Selling Pianos, Offers inducements which can, be secured in no other way, while the club members have the privilege of the easiest payments ever offered, viz., ?l 00 per week. They at the same time get the benefit of the lowest possi ble cash price, obtained by contracting for 350 pianos at one time. If you have not seen the plan send for our circular at once, or come and see the piano. Applications for membership shonld be made immediately, as the club is filling up. Address or call on Alex. Boss, Manager, 137 Federal street, Allegheny. Prof. Carl Better, Prof. Jos. H. Gittlngs, Prof. EC Bohbock, Prof. F. Albrecht and a host of others say the Everett Club is a thoroughly honest and practical plan of securing a first-class piano at the lowest possible cost. I Onr Display nt Exposition Is in the northwest end of main building. Visitors to the city should call to see our complete stock. Our exhibit at Exposition is but a small sample of, what is carried at our warerooms, 711 Liberty ave. Bespectfullv, P. C. SCHOENECK. 83 30 Yonngstown fair and Races S3 30. The Pittsburg and Lake Erie B. B. will sell tickets to Youngstown and return, good for one admission to the fair and races, Sep tember 2, 3, a, 5 and 6, at 52.30 each, tickets good for return passage until September 7, inclusive. Get Ready for School. , Now is the time to buy school supplies. Thev can be had at L. Brenninger & Co.'s 535 "Smithfield st, Pittsburg, Pa., at the lowest prices, wholesale and retail. Boll top desks at 531. Meyer, Abnols & Co., Lim., 828 Iiiberty street MORE TESTIMONY. Mr. Charles P. Backus, of Brad dock, Adds an Interest ing Chapter. Emphatic Indorsement of Pneu matic Cabinet Treatment in Consumption. "Two years or more ago,"saysMr. Backus, "I contracted a heavy, cold and It was followed by pneumonia. For eight weeks my cbances for recovery were slender and the greater part of that time my life was despaired of. I palled through, however, in a manner, but was much reduced in strength and never regained my health perfectly until recently. I was extreme ly susceptible to changes of temperature, had a dry, hacking congh, which refused to yield to any of the many medicines prescribed by phy sicians and recommended by friends. I fre quently felt sharp, lacerating pains through' my lungs, most frequently after prolonged coughing. The cough was tight, unjielding. obstinate. There was little or no raising of mucus at first. However, the cough became more aggravating, and at times I wonld raise a heavy veined mucus tinged with blood, i would congh sometimes until I vomited, and would strain until my stomach was sore with retch ing. Sometimes I was burning with fever, at others shivering with chills. Once I raised a little blood, and as it was of a bright red color, and I had for sometime been losing flesh and strength, I became alarmed, and concluded I wonld change doctors and go to see one who made a specialty of lung troubles. I must con fess I felt dubious about putting myself in the hands of a doctor who advertised, as, like many others. I looked upon tbem as humbugs; but I had read so much of DRS. LOGAN AND BYERS' Pneumatic Cabinet Treatment and had seen so many statements of cure3 effected with it, besides had a fnend who was intimately acquainted with Dr. livers, and who vouched for him being honorable and conscien tious, that together we called on him. As I insisted npon knowing the exact condition of my lungs, the doctor told me, alter a careful examination, that I had consumption in its incipient, or first stace, bat that if I tooS proper precaution there was no causa for alarm, as with the facilities now at hand this disease was as certain of cure as any chronic affection. From his manner and methods of examination I was satisfied that he knew what he was talking about, and placed myself in his care at once. 'He told me he wanted me to como to the office every other day for treatment in the pneumatic cabinet besides taking my medicine regularly, and laid down a course of diet and exercise. He said I must do as he told me, and spoke of the unreasonableness of some patients who expect to get well by simply takine medi cine. , "Wcll.I followed hisjnstructions to theletter. I visited the office at first every other day, then twice a week, and later but once a week, and I have the gratification of knowmc that I liavo regained my health. I haven't an ache or pain In my body, cough none, and have all tho strength and vitality which a man ot-my size could hope for. I perform my work with ease, and have neither shortness of breath nor languid fechnes. I have cained in flesh, annpir. ance and spirits, and feel under everl.i-.ting gratitude to Dr. Byers, who was so careful and painstaking m his treatment. He seemed to never weary in his attentions and interest. The treatments were not at all unpleasant or dis agreeable, as I at first supposed they would be, and Dr. Byers savs he frequently puts his little daughter in the cabinet to develop and strencthen her lungs, as sho is quite delicate from having had pneumonia twice." Why Dr. Byers Advertises. Dr. Byers is aware of the odium attached to aphjsicianwho advertises, but this Is a relic of olden times, and is fast passing away before the more enlightened reason of a liberty-loving people. How would tho public know he had the pneumatic cabinet for treating consump tion and other disease of tho air passages if he didn't make it known through the papersT He feels that he is doing an honorable and noble worK, ana tne gratitude and -God bless yous" ol grateful patients whom he has saved from an early death outweigh all the venomous abuse of a few envious physicians. The field of medicine has grown too large for a man to cover it all, and the best work is now done by the specialist in a few diseases. He can afford, to supply himself with all the necessary appli ances, and often becomes so expert that he can recognize at a glance just what part ol a pa tient's body is affected Dr. Byers haa a lady come to him within a few days suffering from pains in her head for eight years. She had been treated by several physicians who pro nounced her trouble neuralgia. Not one of these men had looked into her nostrils. Upon examination Dr. Byers found a fibroid polypus filling the whole of the right nostrii,encroach ing upon the neighboring parts, causing all the painjand distress and yet these men call him' a quack because he advertises. ur. uyers treats all chronic medical and sur gical diseases, but makes a specialty of catarrh, asthma, consumption ana all diseases of the air passages. Free treatment of the worthypoor of the city "Wednesday and Thursday forenoons, who are expected to pay a moderate price for needed medicines; Wednesday, medical diseases; Thursday, surgical diseases. WM. C. BYERS, M. D., BOCCE8SOB TO DRS. LOGAN & BYERS. Office Ann Ikhalabiuk: No. 421 Penn Ave. BOl-85 tG'Dtsplai advertisement one dollar psr ignore or one insertion. Classified advertise ments on this page such as Wanted, Jbsale, To Let, etc., ten cents per line for each inser tion, and none taken) for less than fifty cents. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BBANCH OFFICES. ' For the accommodation of the public, Branch Qfflces have been established at the following plaoes, where Want, For Sale, To Let, and other transient ad vertisementa will be received up to 9 P. M. for inser tion next morning:: Advertisement are to ba prepaid" except where advertisers already have accounts with TBS Dis rArca PITTSBURG. THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 350 Butler street. FMIL G. STUCKEY, 24th street and Penn ave. L G. STUCKEY A CO., Wy lie ave. andFuItonst N. bTOK.ELY, Fifth Avenue Market House. EAST END. J. TV. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue. OAKLAND. MCALLISTER &SHEU5LER,5thav. ftAlwoodst. EOtrrnsiDK. JACOB SPOHN. No. 2 Carson street. H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carson street ALLEGHENY. A. J. KAERCHER, 59 Federal street H. J. McBRIDE, Federal and Ohio streets. FRED H. EGGEBS. 172 Ohio street. P. H. EGGEKS SON, Ohio and Chestnnt sts. J. F. STEVENSON, Arcli and Jacks"on streets. THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aves. O. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania, and Beaver aves. PEKBYM. OLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves. WANTED. Hole Hcln. TTTANTED-A GOOD HARNESS HAND. E. TT 'il. CJU1TH, 37 South Diamond. Alleshenv. scl-35 WANTED TWENTY BRICKLAYERS AT once. Apply to STEEL A HALL, at W1I merdlng. au31-86 "T7-ANTED-AN EXPERIENCED MAN TO V V run a soda fountain. FLEISHMAN & CO. , Pittsburg. sel-38 TTTANTED AN EXPERIENCED MAN TO V run soda fountain. FLEISHMAN CO., Pittsburg. sel-112 WASTED-LABORERS AJS'D QDARRYMEU at the Bagdad quarries, W. P. B. B. P. H. MELVIN, Supt, sel-40 TTTANTED UPHOLSTERERS APPLY 405 V V WOOD STREET, Monday morning between 8.30 and 10 o'clock. . sel-12 "VTTA STUB- WOOD TURNER: STEADY VV work guaranteed. BEAVER PALLS PLANING MILL CO. el-29 TIJAftTED-A CANDY MAKER ON COUN V TEE goods for retail trade at DIMLING'S, 409 and 411 Market street. nel-135 Wiflliaj-A UUUU, BU.USK, lOUUblUl OUS barber. Call Monday morning at No. "XXTXSTED-A. 167, FIFTH AVE., Pittsburg. TfTTANTEO-A GOOD FURN1TDRE KIN V V ISHER: one who can do old and new work. HAUGH & KEENAN. 33 Water st. sel-21 "TTANTED-AT AVONDALE MINES 50 TV good miners; Germans having families pre ferred. Apply at MINES, Lawsonham, Clarion co., Pa. au31-84 WANTED-AT ONCE-FIBST-CLASS MAN TEL and tile setter. Apply BOOM 12 HcCance block, corner Seventh ave., and Smith Held st. au3l-79 WASTED-ONE HUNDBED AND FIFTY laborers to work on sewers in Braddock. Apply on work, LAWRENCE SLOAN, Con- tractor, :sel-U0 WANTED A GOOD MAN IN EVERY town: salarvpald weekly. Address SHER- JHAJN, TAHUi,r.B,KU & CO., ISO w Lake st., Chicago. au-3-4 WANTED SOLICITORS TO WORK UP routes on the Soutbslde for the Pittsburg Review. Apply foruhree days at OFFICE, 1401 Carson street. sel-SO T7-ANTED AGENTS TO KNOW THAT WE TV make crayon pictures and frame them atthe lowest rates. PITTbBURG CRAYON CO., 531 bnilthlleld st. sel-127 TTJAN TED GOOD STRONG BOY, ONE TV who is not afraid to work, and who can come well recommended. Apply at 9 A. if. Mon day. 263 jyFlH AVE. 7 sel-37 WANTED-A BUTCHER THAT UNDER STANDS the business, single man; also a boy about 17 for grocery. Apply to J. MOSS. 41S Larimer avenue, E. E. sel-127 TTTANTEU-AN A 1 "WINDOW DRESSER T V and ticket writer; permanent position and good salary to rlehtparty. Call or address DAK ZIGEU&SHOENRERG. sel-27 "T7"AA TED-THREE MEN TO SELL F1CT V URES Must be honest and industrious; liberal commission or salary. HOMEPURLISH lag CO., 543 Liberty at. sel-128 VTJANTED AN OPERATOR ON TYPE- TV Hlilltlt; young man; must write eood long hand; permanent situation. SPECIALTY uiABS cu., .tast Liverpool, sel-13 WANTED-CANVAbSEKS-EITHER SEX: 7 per day; new Invention; entirely original industry: Inclose stamp. Address bPEClALTl" CO., 149 Sycamore St.. Cincinnati, O. au28-99 WANTED-A GOOD BLACKSMITH, WHO can do glasshouse work; young and sobtr man: steady work. Address with references. CHICAGO GLAhS MFG. CO., Chicago. an31-21 TT7-ANTE11-AGENTS TO SELL OUR HOME- T v ui-ATim; lamuy medicines; steady work: steady v O'KEE. can make i: tosl5Der wcet. FEZ w, Homeopathic Chemists, 31 Fifth ave. sel-125 w AI.TED GLASS PACKER ONE WHO thoroughly understands packing assorted orders of lamps, gia&s ana cnina. XI GLAfaS AND CHINA lass and china, THE J. P MUllli LiA.iU. Penn ave. CO.. 935 sel-24 WANTED A PUSHING. ENERGEllO young man for our gents' furnishing de partment; must be capable and experienced in managing. Call or address DANZIGEK bHOLNBERG. sel-27 WAMED-FOll A PERMANENT POSITION in an office, a young man who can doshort liandand typewriting. Address in own hand writing, stating age, experience and salary ex pected, to G. M. J . Dispttch ofllce. au31-17 Tt7"ANTED-FOR THE UNITED STATES V V army, able-bodied, unmarried men, between the ages of 21 and 35 years; good pav. rations, clothing and medical attendance. Apply at .NO. 815 PENN AVENUE, Pittsburg, Pa. Jy21-30-W8U TTANTED-THE SERVICES OF YOUNG MEN V with energy and snap; a) to (35 per week, according to ability, and permanent employment if you like the business. Address CUNNING HAM &TARR, Manorville, Armstrong co., Pa. sel-66 TTTANTED-AN ENERGETIC MAN WITH 11 large acquaintance among architects and builders, to take the agency for our Grille work. Address, with references. JENKINS JOHN SON, Room 55, Builders' Exchange, Chicago, HI. au30-42 "TANTED-3 LIVE MEN TO HANDLE V? household goods In Pittsburg aud Alle gheny; also agents everywhere for the great "Johnstown Flood" book; 50,000 sold; 100,000 can oe sold. Call on or address at once E. GATELY & CO., s, Federal St., Allegheny. Pa. sel-114-TuSu TrANTED-J0.0OOTEACHEHS TO SEND FOR" vv our new catalogue or Clark's Improved School Stencils for all kinds of blackboard Illus tration and map drawing: agents wanted to sell our novelties In school supplies. Call or address S. C. CLARK & CO., 42 blxth St., Pittsburg. sel-132 TTTANTED BAD WRITERS AT SMART'S VV ECLECTIC SHORTHAND AND BUSI NESS COLLEGE. 4 Sixth St.: penmanship, book keeping, arithmetic, shorthand, typewriting thor oughly taught fora Der month: private instruc tions for both sexes; open dally 9 ju m. to 9 p. m. aulO-irssu TITANTED-400 COAL MINERS-THE C. C. & 11 1. Co. having opened up several new mines, have now employment for 40v additional miners; mines running every day and miners making from $3 00 to 3150 per day: no strikes or trouble wnaieier, jtauress itu;iiAi.jJSU.H. EuiDloy- ment Agent, I'ueblo, Col. sei-32 WANTED- BOOKKEEPERS, OFFICE clerks, stenographers and all competent persons seeking professional and clerical employ ment, who can iirrnlsh good references, will be registered Iree alter tnis date: nocnarge until ap, u.11; leant is nlaced in noMtion. COMMERCIAL AGENCY, f63 Fifth avenue, opposite Court House, House sel-S9 TTTANTED AGENTS FOR THE MISSOURI V V Washer which affords profitable buslnes s; it washes dirtiest clothes clean by hot steam with out rubbing: arguments in its favor are numerous and convincing; easily sold; sent on two weeks trial to be returned at my expense If not satisfac tory; write lor Illustrated circular and terms. J. WORTH. 54 Beekman St., N. Y. Je30-74-su TTTANTED-YOUNG MAN TO STAY IN MY TV office, and learn accounting and bookkeep ing as compensation for services; must be a fair penman, with a good public school education: whenhebecomescompetentlwillsee him placed in some good position; bookkeeping taugbt in all Its different branches; special attention given to the Voucher system and other Improved methods. W. WOOLSEY, Expert Accountant, 163 Fifth avenne. m sel-39 TTTANTED GEN TLEMAN WITH SMALL 11 capital to take the agency and sell the Sey mour btove Attachment for grates; It saves oue 3 carter fuel, bides all dirt from view, keeps grate res continuously ior months, radiates the heat evenly tbrougnout the room and makes a grate uic uusoimeiy saie; it is entirely new, simple, reasonable in price, ornamental and sells rapidly; will nnl.j. . .......a 1 s ..... ....-a . . .. will make a fcteadr. IncratlvA hinalnp nnd ir. first-class party very liberal arrangements will be made and exclusive territory given. SEYMOUR bTOVE ATTACHMENT CO., 1210 Euclid avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. iel-25 Boarder and Lodgers. WANTED-OCCUPANT FOR FURNISHED room. NO. 561 NORTH AVE., Allegheny. TITANTED-OCCUPANT8 FOR HOUSE OF 1. rooms, of which present occuDant Willi retain 2 rooms, and board with famllv: both rases Land bath: a good opportunity to secure low rent in central lwatioiu 5MMTOAVBt.i el-tf WAJJTB8.; 3,f. " FeMleJHri. ,V rrrANTED -?femalkvhelp-io v v KHUKDipaper box maters. aJSBoblnson-stfv'" , - isei-8 WANTED-EXFKRLSNCED SALESLADIES In all departments. Call. or. address DAN ZlGKB&SHQENBErMtf , wtf-27 T1TANTED-EXPEK1ENCE1I HA1.F9I.AHIM XJL '"M reference; none others need applv. BUSY BKE HIVE. rar. Hl-rfh.. T th ti "iJ - ( r sel-lS WANTED-LADY AGENTS IN ALL'PAETa . ot the country to sell the greatest success orthea(?e.,formsrried oralnf(lelatlei.r,For jrall parttenlarsadares.il, ILJULLB & CO... Lock Bores, Ueveteud, o. - sb31-98 WAKTS.r A THOROUGHLY EXPERI ENCED cutter, fitter and draper focruh lonable dress making establishment: only the most com Detent need appljr.wltn reference.' Ad dress O. K.yuiapatcn ujlcej jkjI-22 Halo nnd lteuiale Help. TTrjAKTED-DBIVEllANlJCOOK. 487 PENN, WANTED -LITTLE BOYS AND U1RLS often make ! per day addressing circulars for uss older people more; particulars and outfit for Ave S-cent stamps. F. . BOX SM9t Boston. BC1-IC4 WANTED-AQENTS-P8 PER MONTH AND expenses" to any active man or woman sell lair our goods bv sample and live at home; watch and cample case free. Address W. HILL & CO.. Wholesale JewelersLlU E. Madison st., Chicago HI. ' sel-108- VTrANTEDJTEA('HER 1'OR PRIMARY" i r room union tj, msi. scnooi, at .BanKsvllle; .. U. O UV9i celved ni dress Til tneny co. , Pa. auai-M fTTT ANTED LADIES" AND GENTLEMEN, TV city or country, toearn3tot3adayXtown homes; no canvassing:" wort sent by mall any uiu.uce. rw particulars aaaress, wi.a siamD. CIUSTALIZE D PHOTO CO., 112 West Sixth St.. Cincinnati, O eel-32 XTT-ANTED-YOUNG MEN AND "WOMEN TV anticlpatluga prosperous business career should not forget that a correct- understanding of the system.of accounts Is a very Important factor In their future success; even If they do not desire to follow the profession of bookkeeping it will be of great help to them in any business capacity; every experienced business man recognizes this fact. W. WOOLSEY. auditor ana expert ac countant. 163 Firth ave., opposite Court House, with ii years' active business experience with some of the , largest corporations and business bouses in the .country, will give private in structions la every necessary branch of book keeping, together with a thorongh practical course In the voucher system and other Improved methods: only a few students accommodated at one time; day-.and' evening classes; terms very low comparatively. - au31-S0 Situations. -ITTANTED-LIGHT WORK BY A SINGLE, V V middle-aged man of temperate habits. M. W. C., Dispatch office. sel-91 WANTED BYAN EXPERIENCED SCHOOL teacher, children to teach at their homes. Address TEACHER, Dispatch office. sel-ll WANTED-TO BEAD LAW BT AN EXPEBI. ENCED stenographer In office where he could do shorthand work lu return forlnstrnctlon; no objection to leaving city. Address LAW, Dispatch office. sel-lS Partner. WaV'TED-A PABTNEB IN A MANUFAC TURING specialty to extend business; price 17,500; references required. B., P.O.Box 288, Pittsburg. sel-20 Booms. Bonaes. Etc WANTED-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS ON parlor floor, with first-class board for gen tleman and wife. Address BOOM 73, No. 93 Fifth ave. sel-33 Financial. WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY AT 4f, 5 AND 6 per cent free ot tax. W. C. STEWART; 114 Fourth ave. Ia20-z-sn T7-ANTED-MOETGAGES-MOI. EY TO LOAN TV In sums to suit at 4, 5 and 6 per cent. ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fonrth ave. Tel. 157. apl9-14-TT8SU -rrjANTED-MONEY" TO" SECURE PATENTS VV on two first-class inventions, for which half interest will be given. BACK BOOM, sec ond floor, 127 Fifth avenue. sel-23 WANTED-MOBTGAGS-1.000,000TOLOAN In large and small amounts at 4)4, 5 and 8 per cent, iree or state tax no delar. 5U B. uriiiLsw, 131 Fourth ave. my2l-eo 1AN TED MORTGAGES fl, 000, COOTO LOAN T V on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand 6 per cent, and on xarms In Allegheny and aala cent counties at 6 per cent. 1. M. PENNOCK 4 SON, 103 Fonrth arenne. ap7-f41 WANTED TO LOAN MONEY WE HAVE over one million dollars to loan on city and suburban nronertv at VA ter cent: no tA-r -wa will also loan money on improved farms in Alle gheny, Beaver, Fayette. Washington and West moreland counties; any marketable security taken for loans 'of any amount. BLACK & BAIRD. 95 Fourth ave. Je3-a9-su STIscellaneons. WANTED BUGGY --LIGHT PHAETON: must be In good order and cheap. Address BUGGY, Dispatch office. sel-126 WANTED-BOYER3 FOR MAPLEWOOD Park lots; easy terms. GEO. H. MARTIN & CO., 105 Fourth ave. sel-57-wssu WANTED A SECOND-HANDED SMALL heating- furnace for a house. Address FURNACE. Dispatch office. sel-28 WANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'3 dozen (13) or Stewart Co. '3 fine cabinet photos for p. at 80 and 82 .FEDERAL ST., Alle gheny. mr2S--TTSu WANTED TO BUY A SMALL FARM CLOSE to a good market, or will trade a good hone ana lot: lot cwtj.tk BurelL Pa. Address to F. YEAGLE. au29-49-ThSSu ANTED-EVERYBODY TO SEND THEIR furniture needing upholstering, repairing and reflnisbing to HAUGH A KEENAN, 33 and 31 Water st. 'Phone 1626". au!4 WANTED-PERSONSTO JOIN AN ELGIN Watch Club and to pay 31 per week on fine Vrold watches' drawn each week; call at once. JOHN MITtaOH, 130 Federal St., Allegheny. aul5-HWTSu -VTT"ANTED-'lO BUY AND SELL FANCY V v a loodles, TV dogs, especially pups, such as nugs. French UUUU1C9, Bjhyi: terriers, oil skyc terriers, black and tan and New- lounulands, jusrwwa, wosmimnei'i street. sel-83-wsu WAN1 EDTO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each one In the club at tl 00 per week. Address P. O. BOX 601, and I will call and snow you the watch. JyS-40 TTTANTED ATONCE 1,000 YABDS OF TV good clay fill at Forbes st. bridge, Belle field: give lowest cash price per yard leveled. Address M.JACOB, Excelsior block, sixth and Grant sts., city. sel-113 -TTJANTED-MANUFACrURERS DtSIRING TT locations are invited to correspond with BOARD OF TRADE. Hollidaysburg, Pa.; in the famous Juniata coal and Iron district; abundance of pure water; good schools; excellent railroad fa cilities. sel-102 WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO TOGRAPHER, 86 Fifth avenue. Pittsburg, and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to know that he Is making fine cabinets at (1 50 per dozen; photos delivered when promised; instan taneous Drocess. mhl3-63 WANTED-ALL BARBERS TO BEAD THIS ilic undersigned tenders a cordial Invita tion to the barber trade of Pittsburg and vicinity to call and inspect our new furniture salesrooms: our stock of comolnatlon 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. A. EDL1S&CO, Leading Manufacturers and Deal ers In Birbers' bupplles and Furniture, successors toS. Help, 502, 404, 506, 503 and 510 Liberty street. Pittsburg. Pa. au25-80 FOE SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE. Cltv Residences. , FOR SALE-BLUFF ST., NEAR COLLEGE, new brick bouse, 8 rooms, hall, bathroom, finished basement; ail late improvements: lot 23 ft. 9 in. by 133 ft. - terms to suit. ROBT. COW ARD, No. 20 Bluff St. aiM-87-TTSSU FOR SALE BEDFORD AVE, S3.500-A great bargain, brick bouse of 5 rooms and storeroom, hall, water and gas, good cellar, etc ; also 3-room frame in rear fronting on alley: test location on the hill for grocery: lot 20x143. J. R. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave. au31-7 FOR SALE-SECOND AVE., FRONTING park, good brick dwelling of 11 rooms, double Savior, sliding doors, halk laundry, finished attic, oth gases, bath, range, h. and c. water, plenty or ciosets, good sewerag. etc., lot 24 ft. front. For price, etc, see J. K. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave. au3l-7 FOR SALE-A CHEAP BAKGAIN-814WYLIE avenue: cable cars will pass the door; fine brick mansard dwelling of 6 rooms, finished attic etc: inside shutters, slate roof, side alley: lot about ISJixlOD ft. to a 20-foot allev: price only $2, 525; easy terms. ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fou rth ave. Tel. 167. sel-77 FOR BALE-SOUTHSIDE PROPERTY-A 2 bTORY frame house of 5 rooms and storeroom, corner S. Twenty-first and Jane sts. :2-storv frame house 6 rooms and storeroom on Plane ave'., near Blount Oilier Incline .Plane: 2 two-ctorv frnmn houses,! rooms and attic each, on b. Twentieth st., cor. Fox alley: 2 two-story brick bouses, 4 rooms each, on Fox alley. nearS. Twentieth st. .also oth er property for sale. O-R.TOUDY, 1721 Carson st. au2S-23 Enst End Residences. FOR SALE-511,000. ON EASY PAYMENTS: A new Queen Anne brick dwelling, containing 12 rooms, all conveniences, fine gas fixtures, and is elegantly papered: lot 55x175 feetrlocated in the heart of the East End, on one of the main avenues. W. C. STEVVAKT, 1J4 Fourth ave. aull-es-su TJOR SALE-LINCOLN. NEAR FHANK.S frame dwelling- a X TOWN avenue-Good ruu-ns, nsu uatn, range, n. auu e. water, both gases, front and hack porches, shade trees and shrubbery: choice location: lot 50x180: at a low price and easy terms. J. B. COOPER & CO.. 107 Fourth ave. . au31-7 TT"OH SALErMEADO)V ST., NEAR LARIMER J ave , new and very neat frame house of 7 rooms, reception hall, two finished attic rooms, botn gases, nicely papered throughout, front and back porches, nice front yard, good neighborhood, i'SA1"!100! Pere' sewerage. J . R. COOPER & CO.. lOT.Founa are, au3i-7 y.' - (HW iii rf ilr YwfiSSsWtSwrBBiitmrf . JW i. aitikl mti l Wfi.SfsaNi!aimlSBSt vt lejMws. wiiiocatHm tumtymm, W.fL-anw- MH ART, lUFonrtB ave. I Urn . 1 TTHHt KA1.K-1 kaolin MOMU OV ULMIV THUkX V LAND avenue! lsVAMJprte .Ms (MM H noons are newand i prle.C.H. LUYE,liI nv-j-utSB TTHJIt BALE DINK XV Hastings u (Potat 1 lariot oaTinirilo let 1-Ua BHUlt A Wl-g-W TT(OK. SALE-LAHHK.S-HOOM1D MAHiAKD JO roof hoase with porehes, ardors, etc., s lot 4ftxl3S feet oito whin J&MmJImj ., H200. MELLON BHOTH i.JS. .JrffVXl N1USU T7IOK SALE-t&OOB-NKWrQPSBM ANJME X' brisk dwelling, contain in M rooms tmatm coveulence3:"lot47iH;'the beftyrapertr ftrtk money In BhadysMe. w. . WIBVfiKt, 1M Jtuuruiaver H J i - 4 ' 'TO TTIOR SALE fW.50OELKG. TUSlCit a. ujunu, eosHuniag ja ma am mir sm jjruTcujemi; ret otJLJOU ll one ot the finest naved aveai limMy 1mm ot testis., vt. ' f-n-m C. STEWART. Ill Jfonrth ai TTIOB SALE-SUBSTANI X house wltt lot. 47 fn L 7-KOOM MtncK: front on Blaarr st. r all modern convenience an 4 street lmprerasuat: location nest in city: pra time. MELLON BKOTHJ low ana wm sett e M SMMoa sC,. sel-4vr?M. is. 14. .. TTIOR SALE-MO.OO0.-NKW ANDi SUMWAN U T1AL brick ttilAemte. contalninr IS knt rooms and all conveniences: lot 1Mi4H) ft thh la one of the finest located and cbeaptet pteeefef property In ghadyslde 1'ourth are I W.nC STEWART, H4 , , aaX-U-ga TT"OR SALE-A BEAUTLVUL NEW S-KOOX ise. well sltoaKd on Sue sveniie. rood lot. X? i house, well sltuan everything first-class for the low priee ot ,, on good terms; this property should be sees be fore purchasing elsewhere. KELLY H0G81, No. 6315 station street. East End. aaavw AHesheny Residences. FOR SALE-CHEAP SMALL HOUSK. LOT 22x153, on Eckert St., Eleventh ward, Alle gheny; five mlnuteV walk from Woods' Ban sta tion or Union Line street cars. " sel-68 TTIOB BALE-J8.00O THAT ELEGANT NEW X1 and substantial press brick dwelling (never occupied), containing 9 rooms, bath, stationary provemnts, located on Aeklcy St.. head ol Monterey St., Allegheny. W. 0. STEWABT.J14 Fonrth ave. apa-19-sa FOB BALE-IN SECOND WABU, NEAB parks, fine, two-story and mansard brick house of 8 rooms. halL vestibule, bath and laun dry, both gases and water, slate mantels. Inside shutters, slate roof; lot 21x103; possession at once: rtce less than cost if sold soon. See EWING 4 YERS, No. 107 Federal street. an29-!5-Tb8u TTIOB SALE-4,750--IN SIXTH WARD.. ALLE A.' GHENT, new two-story and mansard brick house of 7 rooms- hall, vestibule and bath double parlors, slate mantels, both gases and water, sta- uuuary wasusiana, insia paved alley: this Is the g: inside w. e. r lot 20x100 tA this Is the greatest bargain ever of- fered. bee EWING & BYEB3, No. juv reaerai BIIVCI, asSWo-IhSu FOE SALE-IN THE SECOND WARD, AL LEGHENY, a fine brick residence of eight rooms, hall and vestibule, bath, inside shutters, both gases, range, h. & e. water, plenty of closets, stationary, w. stands, inside w. c. cemented cellar, laundry, slate roof, papered throughout; house seta back" 10 feet (Tom street; stone coping In front: lot 20x100; easy terms; only 3,500. REED B. COYLE i, CO.. 131 Fonrth ave. aui7-2-lTSn ' Suburban Residence. XpOR SALE WlLKtNSBURG. NEAR STA J? TION--15 per cent investment: t frame houses of 5 rooms each, with lot 33x132. For particulars see J. R. COOPER k CO., 107 fourth ave. au31-7 FOR SALE WILK1NSBUKG-ROSS ST.. near Wood, two-story frame dwelllnx of 1 rooms, ball, front and back stairs, front and back porches, natural gas, good cistern well of good water, grape arbor, shade trees, etc; lot 33x132. J. R. COOPER & CO. . 107 Fonrth ave ' au3I-7 FOR SALE LOTS. City Lota. TTIOR SALE-LOTS ONBLUFr AND VICKKOY a- sts., near college; terms to CO WARD, 20 Bluff st. suit. ROBT. auI-s7-Trssa East End Lota. FOR SALE-1,800-THE FINEST BUILDING site in Shadyslde. W. C. STEWART. 114 Fourth ave. CHIR SALE-33,O0a-5OX125 FEET ON NEGLEY E avenne, near Center. W. C. bTEWART. U4 Fourth ave. se13-su FOR SALE- AT A BAEGAIN-115X173 yEET, desirably located In Shadyslde. W. (1 ably r, in STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. sel-13-sa FOR SALE-RIVER AVE.. NINETEENTH ward, large lots, 46x100 feet. r S250: easr payments, MELLON BROS, 8349 Station St., sei-4s-wgu TTK1R SALE-HOW CASH LOT 8SX280 FSET, J desirably located on one Of the finest avenues (paved) In the East End. W. C STEWART. 114 Fourth ave. an4-5-sn "TTtOR SALE-FINE LARG 11 CORNER LOTS ON Improved streets, between Hlland and Nee ley aves. GO ft. front for 87D a foot: no finer loca tion In the city. MELLON BROTHERS. 6349 Sta tion st., E. E. jel-Su-nsu FOR SALE TO SECORE A DESIRAULE borne with pleasant surroundings yon shonld hny a lot In lianm grove plan; with the Improve ments now made this is the most desirable and cheapest property In the market. Fnll informa tion from MELLON BROS., East End, orJNO.F. BAXTER, 512 Smithfield St. set-42-TTESa 7OR SALE-ONLY 1150 CASH. BALANCE ON J easy payments, will buy a lot 50x150 feet to an alley In the McComb's grove plan, which Is one ot the most benntlfnllv located nlsn. nr lnt In tna East End. being lu Shadyslde (Squirrel Hill dls- 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 bnt a few steps from the proposed park. Sold subject to building restriction at prices ranging from k 000 to I.50UDerlot- Call anil get a plan. If you want to seethepropvrty, taxe Fifth avenue cable car, get off at Wllklns are. and walk to WIghtman st. W. C. STEW ART, U4 Fourth ave. Jyl4-14-su Glenvrood Lota. T710R SALE-LOT'S AT GLEN WOOD, NEAR j. tne station: grauea streets, sidewalks, city water, houses and lots ior sale. SI, 350. 31,750. 32.000, the station: graded streets, sidewalks, city 101 b. icuiniraibnuii, uaiauce. ua fuontniy payments: Second. Ave. Electric Railway will pass In front of in Iv tnese lots; n. s u. itauroaa rare monthly tickets. 5K cents per trip; 12 minutes from Smithfield st. GEORGE C. BUKGWIN. 150 .Fourth ave. Jy24-12-KWSu Suburban Lota. TTIOR. SALE-LOTS 40H20 FT., MAPLEWOOI1 .! jrars; easy terms. GEO. S. MARTIN & CO.. sel-57-wssu 105 Fourth ave. FOR ri SALE-CHARTER GRANTED AND route surveyea ior an electric street railway which will dsss MaDlewood Park: these lnti ill double in value; act before prices advance; easy terms. GEO. S. MARTIN & CO., 105 Fourth ave. sel-57-wssu FOR 8ALE-HOLLIDAYSBURG. PA.. ON headwaters of Juniata rlrer;center of famous Juniata coal and Iron district; splend'.d natural resources; abundance of pure spring water; good schools and churches; railroad-facillties; chean la bor;manufacturers desiring a focatlon are invited to correspond. Address BOARD OF TRADE, Hollldiysburg. Pa. sel-102 FOR SALE BUSINESS. Business Chances. FOR SALE--t3C0 THE BEST LITTLE RESTAU RANT in the city, paying S3i0oa per year; a rare chance for an energetic man. J. A. COOPER& CO., 107 Fourth ave. sel-109 TjlOB SALE-A WELL AND LONGrESTAB- j J.1SU.UI carpet weaving ousine&: seven 100ms; everytniug complete: a good'tr much other business, will sell at a bargain, good'trade; so sin. j. a. t an30-29 fTIOR SALE SADDLFBY AND HARNESS C business, well established in the best town within ten miles or Pittsburg: will sell eltber with leasehold and building, or will sell stock, goodwill, etc.. and rent building at moderate rent. Apply to or address R, M.HOLfyAND. 81 Diamond st . PittsDurg. au30-16-IThsSU FOR SALE-ONE OF THE FINEST AND OLD EST established retail businesses In Pittsburg. Is located In the heart of the city: stock It new and not controlled by style: will Inventory rfbontiio.- 000. This Is an elegant opportunity for a wide awake man to get into a clean, profitable and legitimate business. W. C. STEWART, ill Fourth avenue. Irl4-14-sa FOR SALE-IN 1HE LIVELIEST TOWN IN Western Pennsylvania the stock add fixtures of the New Yor Clothing and Gents' Burnishing uuuuj aauusc iwatcu ai jm jriibii avKUUt iUC" Keesport, Ta.: can redacc stock to 2.0tV): Dosses- slon frlvcn at once, -with a lonp lease: tills Is a rare clianc: no better location In the city, (inquire at au31-S8 1 ITlOR SALE-FIllbr-CLASS RESTAURANTS, boarding bouses, choice cheap grocery stores. couiectioupes, arygooas ana notion stores, furnished bouse for roomers, very profitable large bakery and confectionery, cigar stores, bakeries, feed store, milk depot, shoe stores, drug stoics, printing office,, good country newspaper office, butcher shop and man v other business chances. Fee particulars. bHEpAED & CO., 54 FUth ave me au29 Business Stands. FOR SALE-STORE BOOM AND DWELLING in best East End location, one square from East Liberty station: price 1800. MELLON BROTHERS, 6349 Station St., eTe. sel-43-TTSSU FOR SALB-HOTEL-35 ROOMS. ALL MOD ERN Improvements; in successful oneratlon: on prominent railroad near Pittsburg. Further particulars irom LtLiHi sa HAlLiSX. 164 Fourth .V. TI 1IT7 .- ave. Tel., -" HIU.-U FOR SALE-SEVERAL' PIECES OF PROP ERTY on Fourth ave: also a number of pieces on Penn ave., Smithfield st. and other ap:i-19-sn T7HJR SALE-A FINE BD8INESS PROPERTY, X' . situated on pared and sewered avenne. East tna: nouse or 6 rooms and storeroom; lot 24x100:4 Will be SMd for the low Uriel! nf3.IWL m ,nne4 of owner moving West; this price will hold good only for one week. SeeKELLYAROGEES. No. 6315 Station street, East End. Sl-M alllocalsat. an4&MPAt1M W routM r. v KM ?s . ir KAimaicM tmimc oar. .tMM !4.4MI?- . k max: imiikhl awr mm ieus, am staaaft f 1LBJK1M W A tartar in loMtagjak ' crnaca i-l BALX-OMIC BAY ' vain dU and smiit drM r: eUoeMlnek wMMfaatll or waa. auauraik Pesaava. TWI 8ALB-A VERT nit 17 eoBbhtaUW korw, baftlgl flwj . soBM ana ai isav. 'prtUt J- T7)8ALl-a.l7i Xz. ,-mm eaawf area as m cob c sftalt, C.C Mock. h wxn v fA rrw LEX Jew .BOOK KHC MsAJaV 1 X geeoad warsL iHaatmir atari ask webstemwshMc watt ts. jacii s.iLiiv x bsu, ne joarai v. mowot-jitt. a , JL B1!itYasrtaibrteki 'and aw ewgiiljsjs ssrii u su atosi i See E WIAiS fc STUNK, Xa. Wtim aelTUt -2M ,!( npO LET TOBJrlgHED SCMMC m.t -a. norae. gmra sbcbbob, wmm W1 rt'.T HAMST.i rriO L-K.T HAXDeoOTliY L. rooms wwa kltekeK m I Ice. sewing bhMMom and wi ear KXto tSWftrsJL 41 Wylieave. , M rriO LET-LASE STOBK SHHM. MA1 X dwelling roo attached. Noa.yaiW.JiWt mond st. u. h.luvju ronaave. aaS-TT-ThfiH" t mO LET STOREROOM HniTABT.K X. klndof bnlfiea:sse. 3fcrt61eet. t street: posaeseloB at once. ALLJB4 & KA' i jrourta ave. ; teiepsone 187. mO LET-STOREROOMS AMD W A JL with, dwellings, close to new ExbosMM:! stands in city: 6 and S-roest dweillBM; ; furnished rooms. Isoaire of S.MUSGKATJsV'M P9 JH " juluttSVSE. fourth street- aii-M-itwnt MIpm. Tlalr Vrtna. .K- 3V' mO LET-IN THE-VKW DISPATCK" X IN G. 75. 77 and 79 Diamond street, two oft roomiest and best-llsrhtedoacesto be feaaejBti t city; rent, 1200 and S3W per annnm.lBCIaeee- '1 iiK uguu. janitor service ana steam Beam Apply between 19 A. x. and 1 r. ., or betwa rBenveaaj jyi-if, ' aauf. JU . Iffiseenaseana. TO LET-MAN UFA CTUKEKS-LABSE OS small, desiring a location, know ev are Hf vltedto correspond with SECRETARY SOAMD ov trade. Hollidaysburg, Pa.;exeeileBt (sea- tlonf abnndance of pure water. sel-MC TO LET-BY EWING Federal street: Ho. 28t Manhattan St. Ho. 36 Nixon st. No. 18 E. Jefferson su No. 18 Alpine ave. No. 31 Beaver ave. No. 12 Linden st. Ho. 281 Sandusky tt. Call for 11st- & BYEH6, No.1 wi -A LOST. X OST-ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON A.' XJ specification for a new dwelling on Wlnse- i' blddle avenue. Finder will be suitably rewarded , Dy returning to ua. WJi. ha.tiii.iu, 31 Kinta St., Pimourg. sel-3B LOST-LADIES' 8MALL OPEN-FACE GOLD watch,. With fob attached, somewhere In East End on Thursday evening, 29th Inst Finder wilt be rewarded by leaving It at 64 JFORTY-FOURTB: STUEET, Pittsburg, Pa. sel-68 X OST-A POCKETBOOK ON P. B ft. SCB JJ URBAN train Friday afternoon, containing; a small sum of money, some Jewelry and papers; A reward will be paid for its return to ROOM 601, Hamilton building. Fifth ave city. sel-49 PEEiOXAlI ERSONAL-BOOKS! BOOK31 BOOKSl" Newandxild. ancient aud tcooern. standard and rare, legal, medical and scientific 1080 vol umes to select from- LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 989 Liberty st- auZ-M EDUCATIONAL. ST. GEORGE'S HALL FOR BOYS AND youngmen, St. George's. Md., near Balti more, Prof. J. C. Kinear, A. M., Principal. Col lege or business. Unsurpassed in advantages, comfon and situation. 200 to S275 a year. 3U17-92 MOUNT STEL URSULE. OAKLAND-THB Ursnline Academy reopens on SEP juJBER 2; boarders and day scholars re celved. For further particulars anply to 8. STE. GERTRUDE, aul6-25 Superintendent: , 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. 31URPHY. C. S. Sp.. President. an264 TWO CHOICE SCHOOLS. BROOKE HALL, for glrla and youne, ladies. 8HORTLIDGE MEDIA ACADEMY, for boys and vonng men. 8WITH1N C. SHORTLIDGlJ, A. M. (Harvard graduate), Media, Pa., near Philadelphia. aul-8 VTAZARETH HALL IN NAZARETH HALL. NAZARETH HALL. Moravian Boarding School for Boys at Naza reth, Pa. Founded 1785. Reopens September 1 18th. jy2S-73-Thsu NEW YORK MILITARY ACADEMY, Cornwall-on-Hudson. Courses of study in civil engineering; English and classics. Labor atory, drawing room and field work. Beautiful building, grounds, location. COL. O. J. WRIGHT, B. S A. M., Supt; BELDEN F. HYATT. Comd't of Cadets. JelO-U INSTRUCTION IN PEDAGOGICAL GYM NASTICS, of the Swedish svstem. to pu pils of both sexes, at schools or colleges. Sne-; cial care for the emendation of incipient de formities. AXEL. C. HALLBECH, of Lund's University. Sweden, 03 Filth ave., Pittsburg. .Liocai reierences. sei'4 OCK HILL COLLEGE, ELLICOTT CITY, Md.; conducted by the brothers of tha Christian Schools; scientific, classical and com mercial courses: the modern languages and -drawing are taught without; extra charge; studies will be resumed on the first Monday of September. For particulars address aulS-23 BROTHER DENIS, President. gT. MARY'S ACADEMY FOR YOUNG LADIES, Chatham street. Also ST. MARY'S SELECT SCHOOL FOB SMALT. BOYS, Webster avenue. Sisters of Mercy, Re-opens Sept. 2. For further particulars apply to Directress. au30-o2 TlTT. ST. ALOYSIUS. 1VJ. LORETTO. PA. 1 he scholastic year of the Mountain Acad emy, under the direction of the Sisters of Mercy will commence its fall term September 2. Tuition for fire months, including French and music, $100. Loretto is famed as a health resort, and like Cresson.is a sanitarium of unquestionable excellence. The reputation of the Sisters of Mercy as instructors is world wide. For particulars address the Directress of the Academy. au22-95-sa AUCTION SALES. AUCTION SALE Of the complete furnishment of a fins house; removed to tho rooms. No. 3U Market street, and which must positively be sold TUESDAY MORNING. SEPT. 2, at 10 o'clock. Fine decorated dinner set, silver, cutlery, laundry and kitchen goods, walnut-sideboard extension table, dining chairs, rugs, curtains, pictures, Brussels and Ingrain carpets, fine walnut chamber furniture, with French plate mirrors and marble tops, wardrobes, wash stands, bedsteads, bureaus, hair and husk mat tresses, bedding, springs, fine hall rack, hall and stair carpets, portieres, cabinet book-case, easy chairs, fancy rockers, center tables, silk plnsh parlor suit, with fine carved mahogany frames, pier mirror, hancine: lamps, clocks, vases, piano, etc HENRY AUCTION CO., LIM., Auctioneers. sel-lIS 150 BUPLDING LOTS. We offer for sale at low prices and on term to suit purchasers, 150 lots la tha Vilsack heirs property, situated at the junction of the Butler Turnpike and Township Road, close to Spang, Chalfantot Co's. mills at Etna station, Pitts burg and Western railroad. These lots lay well, aro convenient to station, mills, etc, and will rapidly increase in value. Call early and get first choice. 8TRADB 4 MORRIS, 106 Third avenue, come; Wood St. aoCTI-TTSU TlTUEHLBRONNER'S JLY VEGETABLE AND POOXTRYSTAND supplies alL (he city hotels: housewives will Ann It tn thAlr ftHT.nf.im tn il.,l hk vl . Telephone 6i 123 DIAMOJtD MARKER " 1 PlttabnrR hiutWi l ' z!l4 TJ 3" m 5. i- -- - a- jjuvtvs- ..v . . - -I 4.