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, LETTERS SENT THEM.
- flow Constables Were Informed of
Yiolations of Liqnor Laws.
'JURYMEN ARE NOT TO BE SEEN.
At Least Judge White Intimates What Will
be Done if They Are.
SEWS OF THE COURTS IESTERDAT
The first business in the Criminal Court
vesterday was the charging of the grand
'jury by Judge "White. After they were
sworn a special oath -was administered to
Mr. Phillips, the foreman. The Judge's
charge was lengthy, and, after covering the
usual ndTice submitted, contained some
pertinent points. In defining their duty to
uphold the law, he said:
By an honest enforcement ot the law the in
crease of cruse would be diminished. Public
officers whose duties are to see that the laws are
enforced, connive with and aid the violation of
the laws, and sometimes receive remuneration
for non-interference. If the public servants
did their dutv there would not be one-fourth
the amount of crime.
He referred particularly to two classes of
crime the violation of the liquor laws and
those who engage in lawlessness and riot.
He added that he had heard that they had
already been approached iu regard to cases
that would come before them, and that the
person was a constable. It was their duty,
be said, to report to the Court anything that
may be said to them by constables regarding
cases before them.
After being charged the grand jury re
tired. For their first day's work they re
turned the following true bills:
Richard Foley ct al, James Stevenson, Pat
rick Sherlock, John O'Brien, Ed McLaughlin
et al. Clarence Mitchell. Andrew Kinslow, Pat
rick Fitzgerald. H. Bruno, larceny and receiv
ing stolen goods; Joseph Sanderchie. aecra
vated assault and battery; John Hurley, felon
ious assault and battery; Charle-Dougherty.
Daniel Stanley, assault and battery; Grant
Wheeler, seduction But one bill was ignored,
that or James T. Morgan, for larceny and re
ceiving stolen coods.
A CONSTABLE REBUKED.
The constables of the city wards and bor
oughs of the county then resumed their re
turns. Judge White delivered jl severe
lecture to Constable Williams, of Etna, who
hsd received a letter giving the names of
certain persons who were selling liquor
without license, but which he failed to in
vestigate. The Court stated that he had re
ceived letters from almost every ward,
borough and township in the county, giving
him the names of all persons who were
selling without license. The constables re
ported as follows:
Charles Porter, First ward, returned Annie
DroppeL 155 Second avenue, selling without
John Groetzinger, Third ward, returned
James Giltinan and Margaret Berber.
Nathan Gibbon. Eichth ward: P M. Con
nelly, Ninth ward: R. McLaughlin. Tenth
ward; Domenic Gallagher, Eleventh ward, all
reported no violation.
John Kramer, Twelfth ward, reported George
Michael Robe, Thirteenth ward, and J. J.
Jones. Fourteenth ward, reported no violations
other than they bad prosecuted.
OUT IS LAWRENCEYILLE.
Thomas R. Packer, Fifteenth ward, banded
In an anonymous note sent him, giving the
names of certaiu persons who were selling, but
he did not know of it of his own personal
M. H. England, Seventeenth ward, returned
Mr. and Mrs. Loftus. of Hatfield street, and
Joseph Hufnagle. of 4517 Butler street.
John J. Rodcers, Eighteenth ward, reported
Mrs. Faber and Thomas Allen, both indicted.
John Borland. Nineteenth ward, and John E.
Kennedy, Twentieth ward, had no violations to
, a. a. Sauey, xwenty-nrsi wara, reiuruea
John E. Hickey, Twenty-third ward, Allred
Ting, Thirty-Bret ward, Charles Pirotfc, Thirtv-
secona wara. tienry ueuiy. iainy-ium iro,
and Arthur Fee.Thirtj-sixth and Thirty-eighth
rward, conld find no violators in their districts.
Richard Butler. Twenty-filth ward, returned
H. H. Weeden. of the Twenty-sixth ward, re
ported John V. Carl.
N. Scbertzinzer. Twenty-seventh ward, re
turned Clara ScUleiden. Charles Bruno and
James Sherran. Twenty-eighth ward, re
Vjrtcd Joseph Christenveiz.
L. Davis, Twenty-ninth ward, returned John
and Bridget Laiferty.
David Holmes, First ward, Allegheny, re
ported Martin Duffy.
P. W. Rynd. Second ward, none.
E. C Powell, Fourth ward, Allegheny, re
turned William Hoag, 16 Chestnut street: Al
bert Shita. 21 Chestnut street; John Temple
meister, 142 South Canal street, and Christ
.Mourhoff, 29 Chestnut street.
C. R. Wilson. Fifth ward, Allegheny, re
turned A Houthoue, a druggist, for selling
without license and on Sunday. He also re
turned Annie West, Lucy Beggert, R. B. Mc
Dowell and F. E. Weir.
TOM WHITTAKEK HEABD FEOST.
D. S. McKuight, Sixth ward, Allegheny, re
turned Joseph Moore. G. Schaffuit, Alex. Fox
and wife as selling without license; Anthony
Clark and Paul Bauer for selling to persons of
known intemperate habits. Constable Mc
Kmglit handed in a letter from Thomas Whit
taker, in -which the writer states that he ob
tained liquor in Bauer's place when he was in
toxicated, and furnishes the names of 17 wit
nesses. Anthony Clark is also returned for
sellini; liquors to minors.
J.T.Zimmerman, Seventh ward, and John
Mockley, Tenth ward, Allegheny, reported no
Adam Hohtnan. Eichth ward. Allegheny .
turned Kate Neuman. who was prosecuted be
fore Alderman Bnnker.
John Nnrrmann, Eleventh ward, Allegheny,
returned Robert Stevenson and Jacob Douch.
Robert Hucbev, Twelfth ward, Allegheny,
returned C L. Seitz, 232 East street, and George
Lehman, 15S East street.
Jacob Streitberger, Mansfield; William Mc
Broom. Homestead: Frank L. Patterson,
Neville: Eugene Weitzer, KilbucK: William H.
Walker, Millvale. reported no violations in
H. Patterson, Scott township, returned
George C. Walcher. Braddock, returned
Patrick Costello for selling without license
and on Sunday.
M.McBroom, Homestead, had no violations
35. G. Wilson, Bellevue, reported Henry
THE BROWN DIVORCE.
The Decree Granted by the Courts After
A decree of divorce was granted yesterday
in the case of William M. Brown against
Sarah J. Brown. 3Ir. Brown is a contractor
and builder, and lives at the Hotel Boyer.
The couple were married in 1863 and lived
on Walnut street, East End, until 1887,
when, it is claimed, Mrs. Brown left her
husband! They have five children, most of
them grown up.
In the testimony taken before Commis
sioner Thomas Pattersou it was stated that
in the summer of 1887 the couple had a
slight quarrel. Mr. Brown went out, and
when he returned found that his family had
lelt, going to his wife's friends in Allegheny,
iilrs. Brown afterward refused to return
home or have anything to do with her hus
band. Eev. J. M. Richmond, pastor of the
Shadyside Presbyterian Church, of which
the lamily were members, endeavored to
effect a reconciliation, and though the hus
band was willing, the wife was not. As a
conclusion Mr. Brown sued for the divorce
which he obtained yesterday, his wile not
H. B. Herron, Esq.j yesterday was ap
pointed commissioner in the divorce case of
Jacob Gerwig against Annie Gerwig.
A Queer Transaction.
Thomas Meredith, yesierday, sued Philip
Bohlander, of Elizabeth, to recover $1,302.
Meredith states that two years ago he re
ceived pension money amounting to
51,377 83. Bohlander immediately took all
the money bat the S3 cents from him, tell
ing'Thim to come along and he would de
posit the money in bank for him. Bohlander
rj'aid J25 to B. F. Brown, who had col
lected the money. Meredith nad said that
Bohlander could give ?50 to his wife tor a
present. The balance, however, $1,302,
Bohlander did not deposit, but used him
self, and has refused to pay back to Mer
edith. Lcgnl News.
A charter was granted yesterday to the
Duquesne Kennel Club, ot Pittsburg. ,
ALDKHJtA-Callbn wds released from jail
yesterday on $500 bail, his brother going his se
curity. Alexander Quran yesterday entered suit
against William McMordje for S500 damages.
He claims that on August 20 at the Senickley
dairy farm McMordye came up behind him,
and, without provocation, knocked him down
and beat and jumped on him. HIS teeth were
broken and bis eyes injured.
To-dat's trial list Is as follows in the Crim
inal Court: Commonwealth vs Joseph Schnider
et al, Patrick Fitzgerald, Edward McLaughlin
etal(2). Patrick Sherlock (2). John O'Brien.
Richard Foley et aL Clarence Mitchell. Joseph
Landorchie, H. Burns, Andrew Kinslow,
James Stevenson, Charles Dougherty, Daniel
Stanley, John Hurley.
Judge Ewejq yesterday granted a charter
to Pittsburg Council No. U7, of the Jr. O. U.
A.M. An application bad been filed last year
by the council for a charter, but it was ex
cepted to by the State Council. The applica
tion was then amended so as to comply with
the requirements of the State Council, and the
charter was granted yesterday.
John J. Miller yesterday entered suit
against Peter Murray for $5,800 damages. Mil
ler claims that'Murraysned him before 'Squire
Douglass, charging him with having induced
Murray to cancel a mortgage against Miller,
after which Miller refused to pay the money.
Miller was arrested and lodged in jail for conrt.
but the grand jury ignored the bill, and Miller
now wants damages for false arrest.
FOE CITY W0KK.
The Contracts Awarded by the Beard
The Department of Awards met yester
nav afternoon and awarded a few contracts,
the bulk of the bids received being opened
and referred to the clerk for tabulation.
The most important contract let was that
for the erection of a new police station in
the Tirty-sixth ward. There were six bid
ders and the figures were close. "William
Kerr & Sons were successful in securing the
contract at $10,950, being $50 under the bid
of John Walz. Magee & Beismeyer were
the highest bidders, their figure being
The contracts for paving Atwood and
Boquet streets, awarded to Booth & Flinn
for block stone a lew weeks ago, were recon
sidered and the material was changed to
asphalt No. 2, Booth & Flinn securing the
contracts. Charles P. Peck & Son were
given the contract for printing the Asses
sor's tax list psmphlet, their bid being
$C 52 per page. Other bids were: West &
Co., $7 61 per page; Shaw Bros., $10 82;
A. A. Anderson & &on,"$10 90,
Bids opened and referred for tabulation
were for grading Kent alley, grading, pav
ing and curbing Moultrie street, Broad
sireet, Cedar street, Carnegie street, Chest
nut street, Howe street; sewers on Gum,
Hemans, Kirkpatrick, Shafer, Arch, Con
rad and South Twenty-fifth streets and
Penn avenue; rebuilding Forty-eighth
street sewer, and boardwalks on Virginia
avenne, Williams street, Joel's lane and
THE EVERETT PIANO CLUB,
Or Co-Operntlve Plan of 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.. $1 00 per week. They at the
same time get the benefit of the lowest pos
sible cash price, obtained by contracting for
350 pianos at one time. If yon have not
seen the plan send for our circular at once,
or come and seethe piano. Application for
membership should be made immediately,
as the club is filling up. Address or call
on Alex. Ross, Manager, 137 Federal street,
Prof. Carl Better, Prof. Jos. H. Gittings,
Prof. H. Rohbock, 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
John Howard, thegreat voice teacher, and
author of Physiology of Artistic Singing,
says the Everett piano pleases me. It has
a most delightful quality ot .tone, a pliant,
responsive touch, and is in every respect a
most satisfactory instrument. Wilis
Tub Merchants' Building nnd Loan Asso
ciation, Organized under the latest improved
methods relating to building and loan asso
ciations, is now selling stock for second
series. First installment of dues' will be re
ceived next regular meeting, Thursday,
Persons wishing to obtain copies of con
stitution and by-laws and subscribe for
stock can do so by calling at the office of the
association, Grocers' Exchange, 628 Lib
Strouse & McAteer's, 643 Libertv st.
Henry Daub. 710 Smithfield st.
J. B. Yonngson's, 413 Smithfield st.
S. B. Charter's, Third ave. and Grant st.
Stevenson Bros., Webster ave. and Rob
Smith H. Shannon, 96 Diamond st WS
Low Rates to the West.
First-class round trip tickets to Colorado,
Utah, New Mexico, Montana, Texas, Kan
sas, Nebraska, Idaho and Missouri at half
the regular rates via the "Wabash lines"
on September 10 and 24, 1889. For full in
formation call on H. B. Minor, corner
Seventh avenue and Smithfield street, Pitts
Last Niagara, Falls nod Toronto Excursion,
Yia Pittsburg and Lake Erie B. B., Tues
day, September 10.
Niagara Falls and return, $7.
Toronto and return, $8.
Tickets good 15 days for return, giving
ample time to visit the great International
Fair at Buffalo and Colonial Fair at Toronto.
See our 50c underwear; greatest bargain
ever shown. See our red underwear at $1.
Suable & Shustee,
Mwsn 35 Fifth avenue.
Use "Una" flour nnest spring patent in
the world. "Golden Wedding" the best of
bread flours. "Duquesne" has no equal as
a pastry flour. Homing's "Ivory," gem of
ail familv flours.
Velvets! Velvets! 29c, 29Jc; regu
lar $1 goods; 22 inches wide.
Knable & Shtjsteb,
mwsu 35 Fifth avenue.
If sold quick, a desirable North avenne
(Allegheny) residence, 10 rooms, cor. lot,
at a very greatly reduced price.
W. A. Hebron- & Sons,
ws 80 Fourth ave.
Fall jackets! Fall jackets! Fall wraps!
Fall wraps! at prices to snrprise yon.
Knable & Shuster,
Mwsn 35 Fifth avenue.
Highest prices paid for ladies' or
gents' cast-off clothing at De Haan's Big
6, Wylie ave. Call or send by mail, -vrsu
Blankets and comforts; extra induce
ments. See ours before you bny.
Enable & S buster,
mwsu 35 Fifth avenue.
Brain workers who cannot sleep, can, if
they will take according to directions Fred.
Brqwn'a Ginger. Get the genuine.
Bemnant sale of wall paper now going on
at Jno. S. Roberts', 414 Wood st ttp
Flannels 1 Flannels ! Extra bargains
low prices. KNABLE & Shusteb, '
MW6u 35 Filth avenue.
Fbatenheim & Vilsack's Iron City
Beer is the best in the market Pure, whole
some and nutritious.
Shits to order, $25; pants, $5 and upward
at Pitcairn's, 434 Wood st -wan
OIL LESSORS' WAYS.
They Are Not Inclined to Pay Much
in the Way of Bonus Jusi Now.
SOME LEASES HAVE BEEN GIVEN DP
Tb.8 Opinions Conflict Why Operations Are
SPECULATION A PKICE EEGULATOB
Owners of land in the southwestern and
western portions of the county are begin
ning to know considerable of the ways and
methods of the oil and gas land lessor, and
some of them do not like them over-much.
It seems that some companies have been
picking up leases for years and drilling,
wells. If they get oil they close the well
and husband the fluid, supposably intend
ing to continne this masterly inactivity un
til they either find a price that suits better
than the present, or nntil it is convenient to
lay pipe lines, or they seenre all the terri
tory they want cheaply. Some gas wells
are handled in the same way.
There is one commendable feature about
this plan that of saving the oil in the
ground and preventing its deterioration
which gave the Standard so much disquiet
before the shut-iu movement An enormous
amount of wealth was lost by this deteriora
tion, but the hard-run producer was apt only
to see in a suspension of operations the fail
ure to provide for his daily bread.
There are a considerable number of wells
in this county now shut in, and dreams of
wealth once entertained by the owners of
land are indefinitely suspended, much to the
discomfort of the owners. One man near the
Beaver county line is getting very impa
tient. A well was drilled on his farm, and
it was ascertained to be a good one, but
it has never been pumped, and
the knowledge that the owner of the land
owns one-eighth ot the oil therein is poor
consolation to him when he isn't reason
ably certain that he will live to enjoy the
fruit of development.
OTHERS IN THE SAME FIX.
Some owners of the ground in which
there are shut-in gas wells are in the same
unenviable frame of mind. It is quite com
mon for lessors to agree to pay $500 a year
rent for gas wells, so long as they continue
to pay, but the leases in many instances are
so fearfully and wonderfully drawn that the
lessor begins to taking gas just where it
suits him, and rent does not begin until the
well is opeued and declared a payer.
It is also alleged that sometimes the
lessor will bold that a well is not a payer,
and while taking the gas and marketing it
employs his spare time haggling with the
land owner who is sometimes worn out, and
induced to take mnch less than the
original stipulated rent, when all the time
he is haunted by the suspicion that he is
being "done up."
A well on the Schmid farm, on Montour
run, was drilled several years ago, and is
still shut in, thongh some people insist that
all that is wanted to prove it a good payer
is to open it and give it a chance to either
gush or be pumped. It is said that the con
hning apparatus was loaded down within a
few months with sand in order to keep down
"WHERE FRODUCEBS BLUNDERED.
Some lands on which big rent was being
paid aud lessors bound up to begin opera
tions within a short time have been sur
rendered, but an operator states that they
will be retaken if there should in the mean
time be big wells struck in their neighbor
hood. This man states that the producers
who were so hot to have the exchanges
killed, have realized that tbey have killed
themselves by taking petroleum out of the
list of speculative commodities, and that
they now see that they are in the hands
of an organization that can control
price absolutely and that it does not propose
to allow the price to run high unless it can
get the lion's share of the advantage. Very
ten people short the market nowadays, and
there is no leverage to put up prices which
the Standard Oil Company cannot over
come at will, whereas formerly when it be
came a necessity to pinch the shorts it was
necessary to allow the producers a share of
the profits. Iu former times speculators
frequently made the market, but now they
have little or nothing to do with it. The
course of operations during the past year
gives evidence tEat there is more or less
trnth in the claim.
DORSFORD'S ACID FH OS FIT ATE
For the Tired Brain
From over-exertion. Try it
Splendid Bnlnes Bros. Piano S125.
An elegantly carved Vose piano for $150.
A magnificent 7 octave upright piano in
perfect order at $200. Also a double reed
Mason & Hamlin organ for $50, cost $150.
These instruments must be sold to make
room for new stock, at the music store of J.
M. Hoffmann & Co., 537 Smithfield street.
Fine variety of the celebrated Sohmer
pianos, Colby pianos and Hallet & Cumston
pianos, at prices that defy competition.
82 30 Tonncstown Fair and Races 82 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, 4, 5 and 6, at $2.30 each, tickets
good for return passage nntil September 7,
Velvet Ribbons Plain and Fancy
In all the new fall shades, now in stock.
Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Silk bargain; greatest value ever shown.
Fancy silks, $1.50 quality, to go at 69c. Be
member, only 69c
Enable & Shusteb,
MWStt 35 Fifth avenue.
Wnll Paper! - Wnll Paper! Wnll Paper
If you want to paper your house this fall
call and see Jno. S. Boberts, 414 Wood st.
before buying. He has all trades from the
cheapest to the finest, and with the aid of
experienced decorators he can assui e yon
Black goods! Black goods! Special of
ferings this week.
Enable & Shusteb,
Mtvsn 35 Filth avenue.
NOTIOE THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the stockholders of the Frohsinn Society
to elect Directors takes place at their office. 305
Penn ave.. TUESDAY, beptember 10, 18S9.from
4 o'clock p. si, till 9 o'clock p. jr.
aa284-p C. W. KRAUS, Secretary.
MEETING-MEMBERS OP STANDARD
Council No. 02, Jr. O. U. A. II.. are re
Suested to meet at the Council chamber TO
AY at 1 p. M. to attend the funeral of our
late Bra, Chas. Franke. Members of sister
councils requested to attend. Byorderof tho C.
H. E. FOWHL, C.
H. W. EVANS, R. S. sei-18
ATOTICE-THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
iM the Stockholders of "The Sewickley
Dairy Co." will be held at the office of the
company. No. 110 Wood st, Pittsburg, Pa on
TUESDAY, September 10, between the hours
of 3 and 4 o'clock P. M., to elect a board of
directors to serve for the ensuing year and
transact such other business as may be properly
brought before them. J. E. SHAW, Secretary.
Pittsburg. Auimn 31. 18S9. se2-16
BUSINESS PROPERTY 100 AND
WATER ST., NEAR WOOD,
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 18S9, AT 3 P. M.,
On the premises. A valuable piece of ground,
with two old 3-story brick buildings erected
thereon. Lot 30x80 feet.
BLACK & SATRD.
au27-71-27129,se2,4,6 85 Fourth are.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH,- ' WEDNESDAY,; SBPTEMBBRfnSilL?
S3-Display adverltsemenU one doltar ptr
tjuare for one ituertian. Classified advertise
rxentt on Ms page ucA as Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, etc, ten cent .per line for each inter
tlon. and none taken for lest than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the acoommodation Of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Adrertlsementa are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already hare accounts with TBI 1)13
THOMAS MCCAFFRKY, 3509 Butleritreet.
EMIL B. STUCKEY, Mth itreet and Penn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY. CO., WyUe ave. and Faltonit.
N. bTOKELY. Fifth Avenue Market Home.
J. W. WALLACE, 6121 renn avenne.
MCALLISTEK SHEIBLER,Sthav. Atwood St.
JACOBSPOHN, No. 2 Carson street.
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carson (trett.
A. J. KAEHCHEK, 59 Federal street.
H. 3. McBRIDE. Federal and Ohio streets.
FBED H. EG0EK3. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEUS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENKY, Western and Inrinaves.
G. W. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PEltKY M. GLEIM. Bebecca and Allegheny aves.
ANTED - HARNESS MAKEB, AT 524
GKANTST., city. sel-63
TTTANTED-TWO EXPERIENCED GAS FIT
VY TEKS. A1CCAFFKEY & CO., HS Wood st.
WANTED TINNEBS, JOB WOBKEKS,
cornice hands or roofers. S. KEIGHLEY &
CO., Kosest. e4-21
WANTED GLASS DECOBATOBS. IN
QUIRE FOBT PITT GLASS WORKS,
Washington st. se3-71
WANTED TWENTY BBtCKLAYEES AT
once. Apnlyto STEEL &HALL, at Wll
merdlne, P. K. K. 604-25
VTTANTED-BOYTO WORK ATEXPOSlTlONv
THE BllUMSU ICK-BALK.E COLLENDER
117 Fifth ave. se4-52
-TTTANTED-A FIBST-CLASS PATCHKR AND
V snap maker. Apply to NEW BRIGHTON
GLASS CO., New Brighton, Pa. se3-97
yTT ANTED ONE FIRST-CLASS TINNER.
VV one jrood piece-worker. -J. L WALLIS.A
CO., cor. of Tenth and Penn ave. se4-5S
WANTED MACHINIST WANTS JOB IN
tool room or at other lixht machine work.
Address 31 ACH1S E, Dispatch office. se4-2S
WANTED-A MAN WHO IS COMPETENT
to run oven or peel. Apply HOPE BIS
CUIT WORKS. 321 East St.. Allegheny. se3-72
-TTTANTED-A COACHMAN. MUST COME
VV welt recommended, and make blmself gen-erallj-
useful. Audress P. O. BOX 162, City.
ANTED-A F1KST-CLA83 SOKTEB FOR
tableware factory. Apply to NEW
BBIGHTON GLASS CO., New Brighton, Pa.
WANTED-TWO GOOD WAITERS-ONES
speaking German and English preferred.
Apply No. 49 and 51 DIAMOND ST., Pittsburg.
W ANTED-A PRACTICAL GAS FITTER
None but reliable and first-class men need
apply. Address J.
F, STEETLE, Iudlani, Pa.
-TTTANTED-A LICENSED ENGINEER TO
Y ran a stationary engine. Address, giving
experience and salary wanted, XY, L., Dispatch
WANTED-ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY
laborers to work on sewers In Braddock.
Apply on wort. LAWRENCE SLOAN, Con
-TTTANTED A GOOD MAN IN EVERY
VV town: salarvpald weekly. Address SHER
MAN, TANGENBERG & CO., 160 W. Lake St.,
V V are nsed to lathe work to work on the night
turn." Apply at THE DUQUESNE FOBGECb.,
KanKin oiauon, D. s. u. XL. xu se-Z4
-TTTANTED A MAN WHO IS COMPETENT
11 to ao gardening ana ime care or norse.
Apply, with reference, between 9"o'clock a. m.
a Z F. M., at S31 Jt-JSN w av J.
WANTED-SIX GOOD MOLDERS AT ONCE:
none but competent and sober men need
apply. OFFICE LEECHBURG FOUNDRY AND
M AOniN E CO. , N o, 130 First ave. , city. se4-76
WANTED-DRUG CLERK OF GOOD AD
DRESS, sober and competent to take
rhnrffR. Adrirpcic with rpfirnr.PB. HTKPHRN-
SON'S MODEL PHARMACY, Greensburg, Pa. "
-TTTANTED-FARMER-ON A SMALL FARM,
VV with some knowledge of gardening, with a
wile who has experience In butter making; send
reference. Address P. O. BOX 226, Pittsburg. Pa.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED CLOTHING
salesman; mustspcakGcrman; steady em
ployment and good salary to right man at J.
bCHOENFELD'S, 198-200 Ohio street, Allegheny.
WANTED-FHTY STONE CUTTERS. AP
PLY at office, corner Charles and Short
street, Allegheny Cltv, Tenth Ward, or at quar
ries at Wampum, Lawrence county. Pa., C. M.
V SCRIPTION glass blowers:
finishers: union wages: steady work; rare paid;
write fully; say who you worked for. CHICAGO
GLASS MFG. CO.. Chicago. au)6-45-D
-TTTANTEO-FOR THE UNITED STATES
V array, able-bodied, unmarried men, between
the ages of 21 and 35 years; good pay, rations,
clothing and medical attendance. Apply at NO.
915 PENN AVENUE, Pittsburg. Pa.
TTTANTED-AN ACTIVE, INTELLIGENT
T T man as general cierK in merchant tailoring
establishment: one with a knowledge of book
keeping and experience In dry goods or tailoring
establishment preferred: state what wages ex
pected: answer In own handwriting. B. & CO.,
Dispatch office. se4-l6
-TTTANTED-TWO EXPERIENCED CLOTH
VV IN G and furnishing goods salesmen, the
latter to be a competent window dresser: both to
be of good address and able to give satisfactory
reference: steady employment guaranteed and
best of wages paid to the right parties Arply
Thursday at RAUH BEOS. &CO.. 800 Liberty St.,
11 a. xn. se4-l0
TTTANTED-AGENTS TO SELL THE P1N
V LESS Clothes Line: the only line ever in
vented that holds the clothes without pin: a per
fect success: patent recently Issued; sold only !r
agents, to whom the exclusive right Is giyen: on
receptor 50 cts. we will send a sample line by
mall:alsoclrculars. price list and terms to agents;
secure your territory at once. Address WOR
CESTER PIN LESS CLOTHES LINE CO.. 17
Hermon st., Worcester, Mass. au28-3D-ws
W ANTED-A COOK-BEST REFERENCES
required. Apply to-day from 9 to 12 o'clock
diii r.ixur. avxm, Auegoeny.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED SHIRT
lroner on Emplro machine. Inquire at 25
and 27 FEDEK AL STREET, Pittsburg. sc3-53
-TTTANTED-A SECOND COOK FOR A LUNCH
V V counter at BOOM NO. 3, Allegheny market.
WANTED-luO GIRLS FOR ALL KINDS OF
housework; relUhlcliclp supplied on 6liort
notice: also 5 young men for farmwork. KIRK. 67
East Diamond, Allegheny. se4-67
TTANTED-FOR LIGHT WORK IN A BUSI
VV N ESS capacity a lady. Industrious and ot
engaging manners; salary 10 weekly; references:
must be ready to begin work at once. Call alter
9:30 to-day only. II. A. SCHROEDEK, No. 5
Seventh avenue. se4-57
Dlnle nnd lcinn.le tlcln.
TTTANTED-DRIVEBS. FARS1 HANDS.
V BORERS, gardeners, coal miners, waiters,
col. man cook, chambermaids, house girls, nurses,
dining room girls and seamstress, working house
keeper. MEEHAN'S, 545 Grant St. se3-D
WANTED - ?25 WEEKLY-REPRESENTATIVE,
male or female, in every community:
goods staple: household necessity; sell at sight: no
peddling; salary paid promptly, and expenses ad
vanced. Full particulars and valuable sample
case free; we mean Just what we say. Address at
once STANDARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston,
WANTED-FOSITION BY A HOBSESHOER
that can do quarry work and general black
smltblng. Address M, Dispatch office. se4-3G
TTTANTED-S1TUATION BY YOUNG MAN
VV as bookkeeper or salesman: can furnish the
host of references. Address W. B. S., Dispatch
-TTTANTEU-BY A. LADY FULLY COMPE
VV TENT or filling the position, situation as
sewing companion: references exchanged. Ad
dress M. C H., Braddock, Pa. , sc4-79
TTTANTED-AGENUY OF SOLID CHAR
VV AOTER by man with good connections
among mill owners, etc., to run with others now
being worked. Address AGENT, Dispatch of
TTiTANTED-PABTNliE IN OLD ESTAB-
tt ijioan,u ousiuess; ttnau capital required
good Investment for active man
W ANTED-A RESPONSIBLE PARTY WITH
(5.000 capital to take the financial and office
department of a meritorious and profitable manu
facturing business In the city: everything in ex
cellent shape and bnslness Increasing rapidly.
Fnll particulars will be given confidentially to
anyone meaning business byJAS. W. DKAPK &
CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. sel-M
TTTANTED-ROOM AND BOABD IN PRIVATE
VV family In East End; Torrens oreferredrby
two yoanggentlemen: unexceptionable references
furnished. E. D. QIKABD, Dispatch office.
TTTANTED-310ETGAGES ON CITY PROP-
VV ERTY, over ttOOO; 4 ner cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER 4 CO., 2Fonrth avenue.
In large and small amounts at 4H.5and
per cent free of State tax
no aeiay. taxuinj a-,
COYLE& CO., 131 Fourth ave.
"tTTANTED-TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
VV or (3, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4)4 per cent, free of tax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and per cent BLACK St BAIRD,
95 Fourth avenue. se21-d2S-n
TTTANTED MORTGAGES 11, 000, C00TO LOAN
V V on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
6 per cent, and on larms in Allegheny and adja
cent counties at eper cent. 1. M. PENNOCK &
SON, 105 Fourth avenue. ap7-f41
TTTANTKD-TO LOAN 200,000 ON MORT
. V V GAGES; 1100 and upward at 6 per cent;
"YTTANTED-BUYEHS FOR MAPLEWOOD
VV Park lots; easy terms. GEO. 8. MARTIN
A CO., 105 Fourth ave.
"TTTANTED-HIGHEST SPOT CASH PRICES
VV paid for second-band furniture, carpets and
household goods of all kinds. 1211 PENN AVE
WANTED-EVERYBODY TO SEND THEIB
furniture needing upholstering, repairing
and refinlsblng to HAUGH KEENAN, 33 and
34 Water st. 'Phone 162S. anl4
WANTED-PERSONSTO JOIN AN ELGIN
Watch Clnb and to pay 51 per week on fine
gold watches drawn each week; call at once.
JOHN MITSCH, 130 Federal St., Allegheny.
"VTTANTED-TO BUY AND SELL FANCY
TT dogs, especially pups, such as pugs, French
poodles, skyc terriers, black and tan and New
foundlands. ESPICH'S, 640 Smithfield street.
XTTAN1ED--TOSTARTACLUB OF 42 MEM
T V BEBS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one In the club at II 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX 501, and 1 will call and snow you the watch.
WANTED-BOOKKEEP1NG TAUGHT IN
all Its regular branches. Including Voucher
system and Improved methods: terms very low,
comparatively: evening sessions 7 to 9. W.
WOOLSEY. Expert Accountant, 163 Firth av
WANTED-PAKTIES TO ATTEND LMSIENSE
sacrifice and auction sale of houses, lots and
building sites In Bellevue, on Thursday. Septem
ber 5. 1889; party will be at Neville station to meet
train that leaves Federal st. at 12, 12:45 and 3 r.
M. train. A. J. PENTECOST, Auctloner. sel-10
"TTTANTED BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
VV TOGRAPHER, 96 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal 6treet, Allegheny, everybody to
know that be is making fine cabinets at 1 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous nrocess. mhl3-3
WANTED-INFORMATION ABOUT VIRGIE
Smith, colored, wire or John Smith. 43
Linton St.. Pittsburg. Pa., who left home Satur
day, August 31, medium size, dark-brown skin,
high forehead, slim face, a scar on chin, full eye
brows, between 18 and 19 years of age: any Informa
tion concerning her whereabouts will be duly re
warded. JOHN 851ITH. se4-20
WANTED-ALL BAUBERS IN PITTSBURG
and Allegheny as well as visiting barbers
to know that the exposition or barbers' supplies,
consisting or fine, medium and cheap barber
chairs, combination cases, wasbstands. mirrors,
poles, ctc.,canberoundatNo. 80 Diamond street,
Pittsburg; one building, one proprietor: no danger
or getting Into the wrong place and belnglmposed
upon. In addition to the furniture ana supplies
which we manufacture ourselves, we are the ex
clusive agents for Tlieo. A. Kochs, or Chicago,
the largest manufacturer of barbers supplies In
In the world: complete outfits from this celebrated
house furnished by us can be seen at the barber
shops in the finest hotels In this city, as follows,
viz: Hotel Anderson, Hotel Duquesne, Mononga
hela House, Hotel Boyer, Seventh Avenue Hotel
and Hotel St. Nicholas. Don't forget the place.
No. 80 Diamond street, Pittsburg; only one
number but four floors. ROSS W. BLACK.
FOR SALE I3IPUOVED REAL ESTATE.
- Cltv Residences.
IORSALE-sA CHEAP BABGAIN-814 WYLIE
avenue: cable cars win nnss the door: fine
brick mansard dwelling or 6 rooms, finished attic,
etc.: Inside shutters, slate root; side alley; lot
about lSKxlOO ft. to a 20-foot allev: price only
12. 525; easy terms. ALLES & BAJLfiY, 164 Fourth
ave. Tel. 167. sel-77
FOR SALE-SOUTHSIDE PKOPERTY-A 2
STORY frame house of 5 rooms and storeroom,
corner S. Twenty-first and Jane sts. :2-story frame
house 6 rooms and storeroom on Plane ave., near
Mount Oliver Incline Plane; 2 two-story frame
houses.4 rooms and attic each, on S.Twentleth St..
cor. Fox alley: 2 two-story brick houses, 4 rooms
each, on Fox alley, near h. Twentieth st.:also oth
er property for sale. O.K.TOUDY, 1721 Carson st.
East End Residence!.
IttiOBSALE (99)-MEADOW ST., E.K. NEW 6
XJ room frame dwelling; nat, gas, city water:
.house nicely grained and in good condition; lot22x
100 to alley: tbls Is a bargain If sold at once. SAM
UEL V. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave.
IOR SALE-HOUSE AND LOT, EAST END,
monthly navments:6nlce rooms, hall, cellar.
norches. all In nice order: situate near cable cars
and K. K. station. East End; price only $3,250,
monthly payments; Immediate possession. JAS.
W. DRAPE 4. CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-PAYS 10 PER CENT-5 BRICK
bouses adjoining Penn avenue and adjacent
to cable cars: all In good order: rental value about
fl.450 annually; will sell the entire block at a price
to pay 10 per cent; title perrect; a rare bargain.
Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129
Kourth avenue, Plttsbnrg. se3-66
FOR SALE-SHADY SIDE HOME, CENTER
avenue, near Aiken. A beautiful new Queen
Anne of 11 rooms with all modern Improvements;
excellent lot, 50x200 ftet. convenient to P. K. R.
and cable roads; price reasonable. An Investiga
tion ofthls house will convince you or Its real
worth. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 3A-145
IOR SALE ON MEADOW ST., NEAR
Larimer ave.. lot 42x150. good two-storv
Irame cottage house or 5 rooms, hall and rront
porch; good dry cellar under whole house: natural
as. hot and cold water; elegant drainage: very
cslrable in tvery respect: abont 10 minutes' wait
rrom cither line or cable cars or East Liberty sta
tion; $3,500. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth
FOR SALE ON CENTER AVE.. NEAR BAR
TON St., Shadyside, lot 60x213 to a 50-ft. St.,
elegant brick house, reception hall, parlor, dining
room and kitchen on first floor: 4 good bed rooms
and,bathroom on second floor; stationary wash
stands, etc.: 3 large rooms and cedar closets In
attic: hardwood mantels, etc.; good frame stable
and carriage house; 121,500. THOs. LIGGETT,
No. Ill Fourth ave. se3-82-WFSSu
FOR SALE-(!!9)-A NEW 7-ROOM QUEEN
Anne Trame dwelling, withbath. laundry,
hot and cold water, inside w. c. and shutters, uat.
as, finished attic reception hall, line large pan
try, plenty of closets, newly panercd throughout:
lot B.X119. convenient to .Fifth ave. cable and
Bonn station: will sell at a sacrifice if sold at once;
6 nod reasons ror selling; terms reasonable. SAM
EL V. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth aye.
iOR SALE-COR. ELWOOD AND EDWIN
sts.. lot 89 P- rront. 120 it. aecn and 21 11.
wide at rear, new frame house of 8 rooms, recep
tion nan, bathroom, basement launary, stationary
tubs, cemented cellar, elegant front and side
porches, hardwood mantels sliding doors, tile
hearths, electric call bells, etc.: everything com
plete: one 6quare from South HUaud ave. : elegant
nelghborhood;onlyt6,750. THOS. LIGGETT, No.
FOltSALE-A RARE OPPORTUNITY IS NOW
offered to any desiring to purchase a home
n the choicest location In Oakland, as very lib
eral terms can be made In the purchase of the re
maining houses on Forbes street ana Coltart
square: 9 and 13 rooms, well built, elegantly
finished, fine surromidlngs, quick transit, onlv-15
minutes from postorace nycauieime. tor terms,
prices and plans see W. A HEBRON & SONS. SO
Fourth avenue. se4-64-Mwr
FOR SALE-CHEAP-3 ACRES OF GROUND
with dwelling, abundance or fruits, at Se
wickley. AV. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth
FOR SALE-TWO OF THE FINEST PROPER
TIES In Crafton; new houses and large lots;
delightful homes; grounds tastefully laid out. J.
IS. MURPHY. Cratton, office opposite K. R. sta.
T7IOH SALE AT A
Jj pri;e, on account of removal of owner,
liellevuc. well located, a dwelling or 9 rooms: lot
80xl7ii feet. W. A. HEKBON SONS, 80 Fourth
-A NEW' HOUSE AND NICE
two minutes' walk from Ingram
Js large lot;
station: six rooms: finished attic: natural gas:
water In house, etc; will be sold at a bargain on
monthly payments. JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO.,
129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. sc3-67
SAI.r R ACRES-AT GLENFIELD.
P.. Kt. w. ;. K. R.: 10 minutes rrom sta
tion, with one 2-story frame or eight rooms and
finished attic and one or six rooms; also one or
two rooms, all newly papered and painted; good
stable anil rnrrlAs-n house, good snrlng of water.
and five acres planted In all kinds of bearing fruit
trees: nrlep fnr a fp.w davs only 15.000.
LIGGETT, 114 fourth ave.
FOR SALE-W1LKINSBUBG RESIDENCE
property; fine brick residence and very large
lot, fronting on two streets; natural gas and other
of the more recent appliances, large rooms and in
fine order throughout: this property Is well situ
ated, in a location where enhancement in value Is
certain, and will be sold at a bargain, as owner
requires to change his business on account of his
health. JAb. . DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth ave
nne. Pittsburg. se3-6s
FOR SALE LOT.
FOR SALE-LOW AT GLEN WOOD, NEAR
the station: graded streets, sidewalks, city
water, houses and lots lor sale 1,350. L750. IA0C0,
ten per cent cash, balance on monthly paymenti:
Second Ave. Electric Railway will passln front of
these lots; B. AO. Railroad fare monthly tickets,
5i cents per trip: 12 minutes from Smithfield it.
UtOliUlf C. BUKGW1N. 150 Fourth ave.
" "Ka?JSod Lota.
FOlt 8ALE-BIVEK AVE.. .NINETEENTH
ward, large lots, 4xl feet, for MS; easy
payment!. MELLON BROS. 6849 Station St.,
E. E. - 1 sel-ts-wsti
FOR SALEr-TIOMEWOOD LOTS FROM fS60
to (950; In very best locations on wldcttreeta
and handy to railroad. MELLON BROTHERS,
6349 Station it., E. E. sel-44-MWT
OK SALE - BEAUTIFUL AND tfEVEL
building lots, 24x25 fft. front, on Home wood
ave. and Clawson street. Inst at Ttomewood sta
tion, at M50 spward. W. A. HEBRON A SONS,,
80 Fourth avenue- se4-65WS
FOR SALE TWO NICE LOTS, EAST END,
Marehand St., near Shady and Dcnnlston
aves,, 43x120 ft. to an alley; elegant place to build
for purposes of selling or renting. JAS. W.
DRAPE & CO., ISr Fourth avenue, PltUhurg.
TJIORBALE NOWISTHETU1E TO INVKSTI
JJ GATEBaum Grove lots: this plan sewered,
curbed and wide flagstone sidewalks completed:
S rices below actual value. Full Information from
IELLON BROS., East End., or JOHN F. BAX
TER, Agent, SISSmithfleldst. iel-41-MWF
FOR SALE LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues and Lombard street, Allegheny, In
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH MCN AUUHEB, 43 N. Diamond st,
T7IOR SALE-LOTS 40X120 FT., MAPLEWOOD
GEO.S. MARTIN & CO..
105 Fourth aye.
FOR HALE-EMSWORTH. BU1LDINO LOTS,
60x100 feet. (100 and 8500 each: these are bar
gains and will notstandlong. BLACK A BAIRD,
1 Fourth ave. '211-63
T7OIt SALE LOTS 25X125
! Creek, close to Westlngbouse works
1125 to 1150 each, on easy payments. MELLON
BROTHERS, 6349 Station St.. E. E. sel-44-MWT
FOR SALE-LOTS 24x115 FEETIN BRADDOCK
Field at Copeland station: nicely located and
close to P. K. u. station: price (
ments. MELLON BBOTHERS,
rice S375 on easy pav-
OJ-K Dbauun 61. ,
FOR SALE CHARTER GRANTED AND
route surveyed ror an electric street railway
which will pass Maplewood Park: these lots wilt
double In value; act before prices advance: easy
terms. GEO. S. MARTIN 3b CO., 105 Fourth aye.
FOR BALE--OAK GROVE, " 5 TO 10 ACRE
suburban.propertles along line of railroad,
between Parnassus and Valley Camp; natural gas,
abundance oC pure water from living springs,
groups and rowsot trees in luxuriant profusion:
prettiest and most convenient snbnrban sites to
berbundalonganyorourrallroads. Call or send
ror plan. JAS. .W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. se3-C5
FOR SALE-FAKM-132 ACRES, LIMESTONE
land, very productive of wheat, corn and
oats: frame house, 7 rooms. mile from Clarks
burg, near station West Penn K. R. ED W1T
T1SH, 410 Grant street, Pittsburg, Pa. sel-D
FOR SALE-LOT WELL LOCATED IN FIRST
ward, for light manufacturing plant, or ware
house purposes: there Is about 5.00U square feet In
it; win sen low ana on longiixaeu aesirea. v.
H. LOVE, 93 Fourtn ave.
FOR SALE-CALL OR SEND FOR PLANS
and description or those line new brick
houses on Forbes st. and Coltart square Oakland:
the most complete and desirable houses In the
market for the money: 9 to 13 rooms each. W. A.
HERKON & SONS, Mo. 80 Fourth aye. an6-29-wg
T7I0R BALE-BY CHARLES SOMEBS & CO.,
cbolee nlace and cheaD.
14.000 Arch street, a good house of six rooms,
large yard, dry cellar, choice surroundings, de
(5,500 Eleventh Ward, Allegheny. 6 acres
ground, fruit, vineyard, new cottage house,
stable, well and spring water: proposed new
street will greatly enhance the value of the prop
erty. 12,800 Complete and convenient brick house, 5
rooms and attic, good yard; Cliff St., near Penn
82,200-Good brick 'house, Eleventh ward, near
Central traction road, now rented, paying 10 per
cent net; value steadily Increasing.
11,6007 rooms and attic pressed brick, stone
trimmings, all conveniences, large lot, with
stable, good street, near cable and within 10
minutes' waik or court house; a bargain.
Si,500 Brick. 6 rooms, attic, halls, all con
veniences; a good house In central and improving
locality; Devllllers St., near WyUe avenue cable
13.700 7 rooms, attic bath, pantry, 1. s. closets,
electric bells; complete bouse, good lot, conveni
ent and advancing locality,'' Bedford avenue.
Edwin street. East End, new frame 6 large
rooms and attic all conveniences and modern
appliances, ready for occupancy Oct. 1; a de
sirable home; examine It.
Oakland avenue near Bates St.. a choice new
well-built frame. 6 rooms, attic, bath, laundry;
lot 36x100. handsome and desirable location.
Atwood street, near Bates, two-story and man
sard, pressed brick, 8 rooms, attic bath, laundry;
a perfect house, with every appliance ror com
fort, convenience and beauty; ground 40x100; for
a choice home look at tbls.
Improved and unimproved properties through
out tneltwo cities and suburbs. Call and see us.
Telephone No. 1012.
CHAS. SOMEBS CO., 313 Wood st.
POIt SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-A RETAIL DRUG STORE IN A
thriving suburb or Pittsburg. For particu
lars Inquire or A. C. HENDERSON, 50 beventn
ave, city. se4-23
TJlOR SALEA GOOD DRUG STORE IN A
X? manufacturing town on line or railroad: a
very fine opening: vilue about 11,200. JAS. W.
DRAPE Sc CO., 129 Fourth avenne, Pittsburg.
FOB SALE-GOOD GHOCERT, DOING A
good cash business; owner making money; a
first-class location; will be sold on account or
owner's sickness. Address GROCER, Dispatch
FOR SALE A HOUSE FURNISHING AND
tin store In a prosperous manufacturing city
on line or railroad; an old stand and making
money; satisfactory reasons for selling: a first
class business -opening. Particulars from JAS.
W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue Pittsburg.
FOR SALE A MERCHANT TAILORING AND
gents' furnishing business on a splendid thor
oughfare in the city, doing a safe and profitable
business; stock Is well assorted and seasonable,
and will be sold at valuation. Fuller particulars
from JAS. W. DRAPE CO., 129 Fourth ave.,
FOR SALE-FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANTS,
boarding houses, choice cheap grocery stores,
confectioneries, drygoods ana notion stores,
furnished house for roomers, very profitable large
bakery and confectionery, cigar stores, bakeries,
reed store, milk depot, shoe stores, drug stoies,
Printing office, good country newspaper office
utchershop, and xnanv other business chances.
Free particulars. bHEpARD & CO., 54 Fifth ave
FOR BALE-A PAYING INVESTMENT IN
business property, No. 619 Liberty st. See W.
A.HERRON A SONS, 80 Fourth ave sel-59-MW
Olt SALE-A BUSINESS PROPERTY-ON
one of the best streets in the cltv. for less
than value, to close up an estate. C. 11. LOVE, 93
Fourth ave. se4-34
FOR SALE-I-STORY IRON-CLAD BUILD
IN'U, 25x60, -with lease, engine, boiler and main
shaft; terms reasonable. Inquire 2600 SMALL
MAN ST., city. se4-71
SALE-ON COR. TWENTIETH AND
sts.. S. S.. lot 96x120 feet, with
price low; suitable for manufacturing.
W. A. HEREON & SONS, 80 Fourth aye.
FOR SALE-HOTEL-S5 ROOMS. ALL MOD
ERN improvements: in successful operation:
on prominent railroad near Pittsburg. Further
particulars from ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth
ave. Tel.. 167. au27-M
SALE-BRICK YARD, WITH DAILY
JD capacity of 4,500:
good clay, etc.: situate on
Ft. Wayne K. IU. Beaver county; tree use of
siding between railroad and river, 1325. THOS.
LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave. se3-SI-MTUWFS
IOR SALE-ADVANCE ROLLER MILLS
Newlv refitted to Case system, steam nowcr:
uuiuk ,w. , num. MLaiiauij ,wa,u uu a.. ,. ,
plenty of hard wheat at mill door: terms low. Call
or address TAYLOR BROS. & CO., Rogers, Col.
Co., O. ' au22-67-D
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, ike.
FOR SALE-LIGHT CHESTNUT SORREL
gelding, 7 j cars, 1G hands, 1150 pounds; 1 white
leg behind, halTwav to hock, white heel behind,
white stripe in lace, absolutely sound, free rrom
vice or blemish, absolutely fearless of steam or
any objects; prdmpt driver, never trained a min
ute, good mane and tall, wears no boots, a game
all day driver; has pulled buggv. 2 men in it full
mile In 2:50; no road too-long for him ; extra road,
family or speed horse; will trot fast; Inclose
sump for reply: great bargain. H. C. GRAFF,
Kensington, Ohio. se4-74
Machinery ana Metal.
FOR SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
and refitted: repalrlngpromptly attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY AND3IACH1NECU.,L1M.,
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. an 10-3
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles kept in stock, from
4 to 100 h. p.; all refitted: good as new, at lowest
prices: mounted portable engines, 8 to 25 b. p.
23-25 Park way. J. S. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa.
FOR SALE- HOISTING ENGINES, NEW
and second hand; wire and manllla rope der
rick and fittings, hoisting tubs and cars, clay and
ore pans, engines, boilers and machinery.
THOMAS CARLIN'S SONS, Lacock and Sandusky
sts.. Allegheny. au5-i7-siwr
LOST-A GOLD WATCH WITH CHAIN AND
seal attached; namoln watch. Reward will
T OST-PUG DOG-ANSWERS TO NAME OF
I 1 Dude. 15 reward will be paid for return of
dog to NO. 113 WASHINGTON STREET, Alle
ghenyClty. . ie4-83
TO EUBOFE-WE SELL TICKETS FOR
the leading lines, seenre berths and pass
ports, Issue drafts, letters of credit and money
orders, and sell foreign com at IT. Y. rates.
MAX BCHAMBERG dt CO., 627 Bmlthfleld st,
jlhltf 'w mfmi
ltl II "
mo LET-88! PENS
JL NIBBED house, saMswks Ah- tManttag or
nrlyamilwAlllfiffrinmAMUL fcagit- all JBSSBS)rsi asws-
vealeaeee; reasonable rent. 4LAC& BAHttk, tsV
TO LET-ON PENN AV., NKAK KEBECCA
St., East End. dsssrsbla asMr convenient
brick bouse of 7 room, isamroesa. -: redaeed
rent till April 1. TWOS. Llsrrr, No. 114
Fourth ave , - ssVS-WMHi
LET-ON BUENA VlfTA t-JssfWK.'S
rooms, who si 1 tBe gwojeaujoswrgn
WILSUN, 56 Federal st.
Sabnrbas Residences. " v
TO LET-PART 01 A HANDSOME TEN
ROOM house at Oakmont; natural sh awl
Euro spring water In the house. Audress OWNER,
ilspatch ofilce. e4-7
Osseest. Desk Koem. eVe.
rTTO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BCILD
X INO. 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two otftfee
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be fenna is the
city; rent,JB60and fCBO per annua. iaeladlBsT elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam beating.
Apply between 10 A. X. and Ir.jf., or between
2 and 4 P. X. . jr2-7
rpo LET-STOKE OB OFFICE BOOM, WITH
JL large vault, suitable ror insurance oftee or
similar bnslness, in Germaala Savings Bank:
bulldlng.No. 419 Wood street: room formerly oc
cupied by George Kelneman 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 BAN K.
TO LET-STOREROOMS AND WAREHOUSES,
with dwellings, close to new Exposition ;best
stands In city : C and 8-room dwellings; some un
furnished rooms. Inquire of S. MUSGKAVE. 44
Fourth street. an2e-24-MWTSa
O LET-LARGE 3-STOKY BRICK WAKE.
HOUSE, suitable ror storage purposes or
carriage ractory. Twelfth 'street, near Union
station. Apply to T. MELLON, 4 SON'S BANK,
512 Smithfield St. sel-41-HWT
PERSONAL-MALTBY'S OYSTER DEPOT,
late 76 Firth avenue removed to Ml Smith
Held street; fresh oysters received dally r orders
filled at lowest prices. J. B. HEMMEBLE, Mgr.
PERSONAL BOOKS! BOOKS I BOOKS I
New and old, ancient and tcooera. standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30.000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 909
Liberty st. auJ-98
PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURNED; recently tbey had not been on the
best or terms owing to a little family far occa
sioned by tbe wire insisting on being allowed to
renovate nls wearing apparel, and which, of
course was done In a bungling manner; In order
to prevent tbe trouble they agreed to send all
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor, 65
Firth ave.. corner Wood St., second floor, and
now everythlngls lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns in their household. Telephone 1558.
THE WESTERN PENN'A. EXPOSITION
Society 6 per cent ten year coupon bonds
can now be had on application at tbe office' of
the society. Interest jayable semi-annually at
office of the Fidelity Title and Trust Co.
JA& W. BATCHELOB, Secretary.
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
AM report of viewers on the opening of Wil
liam street, from Bailey avenne to Browns
ville avenne, bas been approved by Councils,
which action will be final unless an appeal is
died In tbe Conrt ot Common Fleas within
ten (10) days from date. E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
FITTSBTJBO. Pa., September 4, 1819. se4-S3
SEPARATE AND SEALED PROPOSALS
will be received at tbe office of tbe City
Controller until SEPTEMBER 13, 1889. at 2 P.
M., for putting new prison cells in Police Sta
tion Nos. 2 and 3, also for repairing said police
Plans and specifications can be seen at tbe
office of the Superintendent of the Bureau of
Bonds in double the amount of bids mast ac
company each proposal. Said bonds to be pro
bated before the Mayor or City Clerk.
Tbe Department of Awards reserves tbe
right to reject any or all bids.
J. O. BROWN.
BeJ-88 Chief Department Pnblic Safety.
JNO. A. WILSON, Attorney at Law,
119 Fourth ave.
ESTATE OF GEORGE GLASS, DE
CEASED. Notice is hereby given that
letters testamentary on the estate of George
Glass have been granted to the undersigned, to
whom all persons Indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment, and
those having claims against the same should
make them known withont delay. MARY A.
GLASS and DAVIS GLASS, executors. No. 67
Wylie ave,, Pittsburg. Pa. sei3-V
JENNINGS & WILSON Bakewell Law Bldg.
ESTATE OF MRS. ISABELLA. W. C.
Comingo. deceased. Notice is hereby
given that letters of administration on the es
tate of Mrs. Isabella W. C. Comingo, deceased,
late of Pittsburg, county of Allegheny and
State of Pennsylvania, have been granted to
the undersigned, to whom all persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment, and those having claims or demands
against the same will make them known with
out delay to ISAAC CRAIG, JR., Admlnistra
tor. No. 91 Fifth avenne, Plttsbnrg. and-gt-Tu
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
tbe co-partnership heretofore existing be
tween H. B. Nease, D. A. Nease and the Ken
nebec Ice & Coal Co., under tbe name
of H. B. Nease, Son & Co., is this dav dissolved
by mutual consent, the Kennebec Ice & Coal
Co. withdrawing. H. B. Nease and D. A.
Nease are anthorized to settle the business of
the late firm.
JULY L 1889.
The undersigned have this day formed a
partnership nnder the name of H. B. Nease,
Son & Co. tor tbe purpose of carrying on the
lumber business in the city of Pittsburg.
H. B. Nease,
D. A. Nease.
July 1, 1889. se4-72-wrhs
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
Notice is hereby given that tbe co-partnership
heretofore existing between E. T. Coyan
and Joseph Bay under the firm name of Coyan
& Bay, is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
The wholesale grocery business will be contin
ued by Mr. E. T. Coyan, who will pay all debts.
All persons indebted to .the late firm are re
quested to make payment to said E. T. Coyan.
B. T. COYAN.
In retiring from the firm of Coyan & Bay, I
cheerfully recommend to onr friends and the
public in general a continuance of their natron-E-re.
Pittsburg, August 31. 1889. se3-47
VTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS PRO
iM FOSALS for the foundations and masonry
tor extension of piers Smithfield street bridge
will be received till September 5, 1889. Plans
and specifications at my office. Lewi block.
se3-12 G. LINDENTHAL, Engineer.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS OF FIRE ES
CAPES. Sealed proposals will be re
ceived nntil SATURDAY. September 7. at 3 P.
if. for the erection of fire escape to school
building in Kboxville borongb. Bidders should
give specification of kind of escape they pro
pose to erect and state what time would be re
quired to erect same. The board reserves tbe
risht to reject any or all bids. W. C. H. NO
BLE, Secretary, Twe'nty-second and Josepbine
sts., S. S., city. se3-87
PROPOSALS FOR STEEL SHELL-ORDNANCE
office. War Department, Wash
ington, Augnst.29, 1889. Sealed proposals, in
duplicate, will be received at this office until 3
o'clock P. at., on Thursday, Soptember 19, 1889,
when they will be publicly opened, for furnish
ing the Ordnance Department, U. S. A., with
100 7-inch and 50 11-inch steel cast shell. All
information required by bidders can be had
upon application to Captain R. BIRNIE, Jr.,
Acting Cbier,of Ordnance. sel-98
Office op tiie Borough Clerk,
McKeespobt, Pa., August 28, 1889.
VTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED
iM proposals will be received at the office of
the Borouzli Clerk until FRIDAYSeptember
6, A. D. 1889, i o'clock P. M., for the following,
A brick sewer of 7 ft. internal diameter, be
ginning on Fifth avenue at the intersection of
White street; extending thence east to Evans
avenue, thence north along a 14 ft. alley to and
under the B. & O., and P McK. 4 Y. R. R. to
the south line of property of Mong. Furnace
Company, aggregating in length abont 800 ft.
Said sewer to be completed on or before Janu
ary L 1890.
Grading, curbing and paving of South Dia
mond street from Market street to Blackberry
alley. Said paving to be done with fire brick,
Plans and specifications of the above work can
be seen, and blanks forbidding and all informa
tion can now be bad at the Engineer's office.
Each proposal must be accompanied by a
bond in double the amount of the proposal,
and probated before a Notary, and said pro
posals must be banded in on or before tbe
above specified time; unlessTaid requirements
are strictly carried ont tbe bid will not be con
sidered. The Council reserves the right to reject any
or all proposals. GEO. BOS3ART, Clerk.,
j(!lg'iltMiii,iiiii'liisiiji isspu lMst
LssM ssr ssBssssssss. Csssssrssssacd
-for bor ass rmmm M, WW
SHOBTLLDGK. XTL ZnM
Media, Psu, n JlHsillltsl,
SCHOOL Of D
..above Bsjssjsstss I
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win open osi saosaay, sssps, is, j
drawing A4 psdattojf ltotBtlssX
me; spscui osssss oa
IBHOl BOWMAN :
LJBCUATK KSWOt lor
Psnti are. and Vesnrtk
Tbe next eeeeioa fesyhti Wed, ftsssi
for regtstor ginac foil iaforaaatsssm.
the rwter.KXV. . J. c
'rjSr YORK MILITARY ACJ
XV CorawaH-oa-Uadsost. CMftotl
ecrU kate4MiiBC. Xsflak
atory, drawisur room awl 1
WRIGHT, B. S A. M Btjpfc;
HYATT. Cenxl't est Oadts.
8BMXNABY, . B
IYI HAM.Pa. AtMMtmclii
Ediea. Bitaattea aoted fee
cosforts. 38dyear. Grous)dslWaeass)s1
courses ot wwkmj- rrssssTB vr m
ness Ma'gT. MUSt N. J. DA.VJB, i
"DOCK HILL COLLEGE, ELUCOTT
i MO.; connocte by we
merdal ee-arsee: the modern
drawing are tanght withont
studies will be resumed on the ant
aul5-28 BROTHER DENUS.
-TIEN1V8YLVAN1A MILTTAfiT aa':
nsisissyt ass! iifslson IsW
, IsssV l
JL r.M x. unester. jra. xweniy-esrssssi ysr f
s- n..- - m. Z' -j ..sa -
opens Deptemoer isw j. juiuxai mw
LEGE. Civil Eogineerinfc ClisuOstty, Assist-;
tenure. Ana. anorougniy oisshsm, pessst
tory courses. Circulars of Sr.F. 8. PAl
SON. 441 Wood SL. oitv. CoL CSAA.
HYATT, President. Jy Aws jk: '4
ST. MARY'S ACADEMY FOB YOfT;
LADIES. Chatham street. '
ST. MARY'S SELECT SCHOOL sKM-fi pj
Sisters of Merey,
He-opens sept, &. - 3
For further particulars apply to'DireotreM.
Etoewtli BtiariiH M M SM:
For girls, 123 West Franklin street, Bsthimortv,
Md.. Mrs. H. P. LEFEBVRE, principal. TMs
school will reopen on Thursday, Hie Wte. of 1
September. Tbe course of instmesiea em
braces all the studies included In a thorough.'
English education, and tho French and Ger- ;."
man languages are practically tangntn
-niTTSBTJRG FEMALE COLLEGE-FULL
1 ana special courses or study in uteratare.
Language. Natural Science. Music Art aa4?
Elocution. Unsurpassed home comforts and
care. Buildings largetfacillties ample. Hearts,
ratio not surpassed anywhere. Location cen
tral; Eighth street, near Penn avenue. Tnhkia
and boarding very reasonable. Next season
opens September 10. For catalogue and f nil r
information send to
nuusjLUXLC x a. a. a uumtuass, u. iu . ii-j
Jyl0-23-W8 Plttsbnrg. Pa. ' -J
WELFTH ANNUAL FAIR
BUTLER COUNTY AGRICULTURAL AS
Will be held on their grounds, at
BUTLER, PA ,
SEPTEMBER 10. H, 12, and 13, 1888.
Liberal premiums are offered in all classes.
A large addition to the stabling bas been built.
Exhibitors will be well accommodated and vis
itors well entertained. Entries in all classes
close Saturday. September 7, at 6 o'clock p. x.
ALL PREMIUMS PAID ON THE GROUNDS
on Friday, 13, commencing at 1 o'clock. Mu
sic by the Major E. A. Montooth Band, of
Pittsburg. For premium list or speed purses
send to W. P. ROESSIN G, Secretary.
-jITFJS. JENNESS MILL
IS. JENNESS MILLER
Will lecture, on
GRAND OPERA HOUSE,
2 o'clock P. v., THURSDAY. Septembers.
Box office now open.
75c: balcony, 50c
Orchestra, SI; circle,
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Week September 9 Tannehlll's Bric-a-Brac.
TLTOU MATINEE TO-DAY
To-day at 2, FINE FEATHERS.
To-night, THE BUCKEYE.
September 9 W. J. SCANLAN. se4
ARRIS' THEATER-EVERY AFTER.
NOON and evening.
Week Sept. 9 Passion's Slave. iel-5
ARRY WILLIAMS ACADEMY
To-night and Matinees.
LABOR DAY MATINEE AT 2,
DAVENETS ALLIED ATTRACTIONR
f I 'HE NEW
JL WORLD'S MUSEUM,
Allegheny City. James Geary, manager; Harry1
Scott, business manager. Casino Comic Opera
Co. A multitude of Curiosities. Perform
ances hourly. sel-91-D
CHAS. SOMERS & CO.,
313 Wood St;
Choice and cheap, large and small, Ira
proved and unimproved properties
throughout both cities and suburbs.
Call and see us.
Telephone No. 1042,
This Company Is prepared. to receive orders
by mail or otherwise for absolutely Pure
Mile, delivered to customers in sealed glass
Jabs, packed In Iczat our creamery in Sewick-j
ley. Price 8 cents per quart.
THE SEWICKLET DAIRY CO.,
au20-73-D 110 Wood st, Plttsbnrg. Pa.
mO LET-OFFICES TO RENT
Apply to SUPERINTENDENT OF THE
A EL LlNKENHElMER,
545 Smithfield street, Pittsburg, Pa, Frettela
Frennd Building, second floor. mh24-80o(wT
91 AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg, Pa. ap30-7-r
INO. 75, 77 and 79 Diamond st. Engravings of
buildings, machinery, portraits, ems for cata
logues, etc.; reproductions or pen and lux draw-'
lngs, wood cat prints, manuscripts, etc; print
ing, binding, blank books, etc. se4-C-ws
128Jf THIRD AVE., UPSTAIRS.
Gents' shoes soled and heeled in 15 minute f.
for 75 cents.
Finest work In the city. myO-U-Tri' '