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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH,. , FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, , 1889
COST OF GOYEMMENT
A Formidable List of Taxes Collected
in Allegheny County
FOR THE INTERNAL DEPARTMENT.
Eol Conlson Aids a Prisoner in a Court
GENERAL KEWS OF THE COUMI COURTS
Clerks Seibert and Murrey, of the County
Commissioners' office, yesterday finished a
piece of -work that has kept them busy for
months. It is a report to the Secretary of
Internal Affairs of the entire amount of
taxes collected or -worked out for the main
tenance of State, county, city, ward, borough
and township governments; the total amount
collected for the support of the poor, for the
construction and repair of roads and bridges,
on personal property, on occupations and
on the real estate of corporations and lim
This report is required under the pro
visions of an act passed at the last session
of the Legislature. It was a new
thing, and was difficult to compile,
the assessors failing to understand
instructions that were, repeatedly given
them. Finally the returns were gotten in
from all but one district Korth Versailles
township. The absence ot this one return
prevents the footing of the taxes in the
townships, and for the county as a whole.
The commissioners will wait for a few days
for this district before sending forward the
Below will be found by districts the taxes
collected or worked out for the mainten
ance of the government in its various forms
and the total taxes collected for special
purposes. The -debts of the boroughs and
townships of the county, which have never
been tabulated before, are also given.
Entire amount of taxesiEntlre amount or taxes
collected or worked collected or worked
1st ward. ..
2d ward ..
3d ward ...
4th ward .
7th ward ...
loth ward ..
l?th ward ..
m aith ward..
4 469 86
44 746 34
32 23d ward..,
08 24th ward.,
?fi Kth ward.
0o'27th ward ,
tH.2fith ward .
90 29th ward.,
S3 SOth wark.
59 31st ward..,
44 33d ward..,
56 34th ward.
42 36th ward.
..S3, 406,080 09
Pittsburg appropriates 90,000 out of the
general revenue for the poor. In addition
to foregoing taxes add 180,432 75 for busi
ness tax; also, vehicle licenses, S37,873 50;
vendors licenses, $5,672 80; switch and
scale licenses 2,412 50; add also liquor
licenses, 96,000. Of the gross sum in Pitts
burg, 12,282 33 comes from the tax on per
sonal property; 527,018 from the tax on oc
cupation; 531,538 37 from real estate of
railroad corporations; $135,044 96 from tax
on the real estate of corporations other than
railroads; 568,690 48 from tax on real estate
of limited partnerships.
Entire amount of taxes
Entire amount of taxes
1st ward 123,880 24,9th ward 125,719 60
Id ward 179.669 6J 10th ward 32,752 89
3d ward 114,9o3 9llth ward 33,629 14
4th ward 116, 498 31 I2th ward 22,705 15
rthward 117,403 66,13th ward. 17,592 12
ward 28,713 H Total. 926,822 33
eluward 23,883 80
Ot the gross sum in Allegheny, $48,437 37
is from taxes collected for the support of the
poor; $5,848 64 from personal property tax;
$45,416 'Ji from occupation tax; $32,000
from liquor licenses; 521,460 71, Jrpm rail
road corporations; 36,658 56 from real estate,
-and $1,592 66 from limited partnership real
ilcKcesport First ward 71,626 so 1
Second ward 43,845 62 6,600
Third ward 52.220 83
Beltzhoover 6,181 87 7,000
Braddock First ward 15,570 32 1
becondward 20,363 96 130,500
Tnlrd ward 12,328 55 J
Bellevne 12.752 79 4,900
Chartiers 14,475 61
Coraopolls 14 475 Gl 13,500
Etna 23,699 12 13,500
Elizabeth 10.819 C7 7,500
blenfield 4,431 19 2,000
Greentrce 8,196 43 13,500
Homestead First ward 16.909 89 )
hecondward 14,844 46 13,000
Third ward 3,801 36 )
Knoxvllle 9,067 61 14.000
Mlllrale First ward 4,270 58 J
becondward s, 760 70 15,300
Third ward 3,632 63 )
Mansfield 12.777 33 30,900
Uakmont 14,931 no 24,206
Osburn 2.976 42 309
Keynoldton 4,861 86 300
Pewickley. 2S,91 99 95,509
Sftarpsburg 27,852 26 61,100
Spring Garden 3.399 06 4,500
Tarentum tlrst ward 5.004 14)
becondward 6.462 48 19,931
Third ward 6,339 58 J
Verona 10,326 48 18,800
West Bellevne 7.170 91 12,000
A est Liberty 3,787 22
"West Elizabeth 8.041 03 2,200
llklnsburg 3.1,310 68 '30,000
Total 539.251 69
Sterritt township Included.
The poor tax in the boroughs amounts to
$19,852 94; the pergonal taxes, $3,954 55; the
occupation tax, $53,491 97; taxes for licenses,
512,077 72; on real estate of railroad corpo
tions $4,242 30;on real estate of corporations
other than railroads, 55,462 37; on limited
partnerships, $688 33.
Towxsnirs. folleeted Uebt
Alleppo t 2.514 98 f 2,300
Bethel 6.903 4S
Braddock 56,294 24 5,400
Balanin 20,797 10 450
(Startlers 40,9o9 15 43,500
Collier 9,915 76
Crescent 2,026 07 2,300
Elizabeth 22,595 53
East Deer 8,53 91 2,330
franklin 4.370 23
4 Inlay 11,233 8o
lawn 3,713 90
Forward 12.-I03O3 500
Hampton CMS 71
Harmar 5,527(0 9,000
Harrison; 12,833 95 5,600
Indiana 6,74 14
Jefferson 29,841 80
Xlllbuck 8,615 20 5,500
Lett 10,609 86
L.bt. Clair 9,469 28 1,157
Lincoln 7.108 IS 17
Mlffiin i 40.403 23 1.470
Moon 9,700 07 4,000
Marshall...... ................... 4.255 67 ...
N. FaTCtte 13.133 82
McCandless 6,723 21
Neville - 2,124.17
O'Hara 15,198 10
Ohio 4.930 SJ 400
rium 10,964 51
Penn 15.770 7S
Pine. 5,389 31
1'atton 10,146 05
Robinson 11.48171 666
Boss '12,233 41
Reserve is. 43 59
bhaler 16,92270 7,500
bprlncdale. ....... .... ,429 39 6,000
(Versailles 1,474 93
bnowden 5,575 48 254
B. Fayette 14.IT7 81 143
Sewlckley 2,772 09
Scott 13.500 67 4,000
'Sterritt 12,778 9
btowe 19,693 95 21,300
N.SL-Clalr 8,724 92 ......
Union &.3n2 52 1,500
Versailles. 8,960 24
"ttllklns 11,060 99
WestDeer..... 12,489 34
"Debt Included In Wilklnsburg borough.
HIS FDNKI EXCUSE,
But Be Went to the Workhouse for Striking:
Donald Stanley pleaded guilty to an
assault and battery on a B. & O. conductor.
He refused to pay his fare and was put off.
He pleaded in excuse that he was a sailor, I
and supposed the railroad was bound to de
liver him in port as ships must under, the
law. He was sent to the workhouse for 10
MUST BE PAYED.
Judge White Joined by Grand Jury In the
Ross Street Scheme.
The grand jury yesterday made a present
ment with reference to the paving of Boss
street, according to the instructions of Judge
White. The presentment was as follows:
To the Hon. J. W. F. 101110, Presiding Judge of
the Court or Quarter Sessions or the l'eace of
September Sessions, 1889.
We, the grand jury of. the above sessions,
now inquiring in, and for the body of the said
county, upon our oaths and solemn affirmation.
do present that owing to the character and
condition of Ross street, between Diamond
street and Fifth avenue, upon which the
Quarter Sessions court rooms abut, the heavy
traffic on said street creates so much noise as to
amount to a public nuisance, and materially
Interfering with administration of public
justice, in that it delays tbo transaction of
public business, and renders it exceedingly
difficult for the Court, jury and counsel to hear
the testimony of witnesses, with the possibility
of witness being misunderstood and of material
testimony not being heard, which state of
affairs might possibly lead to a miscarriage of
justice in important proceedings.
We therefore respectfully recommend that
unless this state of affairs be remedied with
due diihgence by those whose duly it is to do
so, that the matter be given m charge to this
grand inquest for indictment.
H. H. Phillips, Foreman.
Judge "White ordered the presentment
be read in the courtroom, and then in
structed the clerk to notify the County Com
missioners and the street department of the
city of the action of the grand jury; also to
have the matter given to the newspapers.
The grand jury yesterday returned the
following true bills:
Ida Bishop, Clem Black, Fred Brnnner, Nich
olas Knnberger, John Peterson, John Smith
alias Felix Ganih, larceny and receiving
stolen coods; Patrick Cunningham, as
sault with intent to rob; Andrew Chalfant
alias John Smith. Mary Gallagher, Anton
Stansil, aggravated assault and battery; George
Keczer. arnravated assault and battery; John
Johns, Georee Kelly, assault and battery;
Catharine SicFarland. selling liquor in a pro
hibitory distnet; Lena Shebsmitcb, selling liq
uor without license.
TET QUICKLY DENIED.
How Sol Conlson Proved an Alibi in the
Oliver Tate was tried for burglary and
convicted. The prosecutor was Inspector
McKelvey. Tate was charged with having
robbed the house of John "Weil, on Grant
street Tate, when testifying in his own be
half, denied the robbery. He said that he
had been engaged by Detective Coulson to
keep a watch on "Weil's house, which ac
counted for his presence in the vicinity
about the time of the robbery.
Detective Coulson, who was in the rear of
Tate whenhe was testifying,atonce requested
to be put on the stand. He then refuted
Tate's testimony, stating that he had not
engaged him to watch Weil's house, and
that be did not hire such men as Tate.
Attorney Brennen, counsel for Tate, asked
Detective Coulson when he had seen Tate
"At the "West Penn Hospital before I ar
rested him," replied Coulson.
"When before that?" asked Mr. Brennen.
This gave Detective Coulson an oppor
tunity to open up Tate's past record, and he
answered: "Alter he came out of the peni
tentiary. He came to me and asked me to
get him his discharge papers from the army
which Detective Kelly had."
Coulson then related that some time ago
he and Detective Kelly had arrested Tate
for robbery, and he was convicted and sent
five years to the penitentiary. He then
gave his papers to Kelly. After his release
Coulson procured Tate's papers for him, and
had him admitted to the West Penn Hos
pital as an old soldier. He stayed there two
weeks, and shortly after his release was ar
rested for this robbery. Coulson repeated
that he had not hired Tate to watch "Weil's
Another indictment for burglary is also
pending against Tate.
ABOUT DIXM0XT ASILU1T.
IIow the Grand Jury Decides About II
Assistant District Attorney Haymaker
was handed a letter the other day addressed
by John Bastedo, of Dixmont, to the grand
jury. Mr. Haymaker submitted the com
munication to that body, and it proved to
be the queerest crazy-quilt combination im
aginable. Mr. Bastedo raves incoherently
about a great many things, and the scene of
some tragedy seems to nave been laid on
Main street, Braddock, but by the time
the story gets throngh the convolutions
of John's brain and is then evolved, it is so
complex that to attempt to unravel it might
put one in Mr. Basteao's condition.
The letter is introduced by pictures of all
sorts of pistols and other dangerous
weapons, and as the argument proceeds the
writer attempts to strike terror into his ene
mies' hearts by threatening them with the
wrath of the Almighty, and then attempts
to delineate the latter-by means of a por
trait. The grand jury solemnly considered the
matter and then caue to the conclusion that
Mr. Bastedo's letter was sufficient evidence
that he was in the right place.
SUES FOE TWO TEAKS' PAT.
He Worked Tor the Blnck Diamond Steel
Co. Daring n. Strike.
Joseph Mathews yesterday entered suit
against Park Bros. & Co., Limited, to re
cover $7,000. Mathews alleges that he was
hired, during the strike at the Black Dia
mond Steel "Works, as roller in the 32-inch
plate mill at $1 50 per net ton. A contract
was signed engaging him for two years and
guaranteeing him not less than 53,500 per
He was employed in August, 1887, and
discharged in February, 1888, without any
cause or fault of his. At the time of his
discharge he was earning clear, from $25 to
530 per day. Since then he has been unable
to get work elsewhere because he weut into
their employ pending a strike, and he now
sues for two years' full wages.
A divorce was granted yesterday in the
case of Annie S. Connell against John Conn ell.
Desertion was alleced.
Edwaed HcLauqulik and William Bur
nett pleaded guilty to the larceny of some har
ness and a gas burner from Samuel Mciveown.
bentence was suspended on the payment of
Ix the Criminal Conrt yesterday, Joseph
Sanderchle, who was tried for aggravated as
sault and battery on J. D. Scanlon, the con
tractor, was found guilty and sentenced one
year to the workhouse.
Judge White yesterday announced that
while be was on the bench in the Criminal
Court he would hold court from 9 JO a. m. to
4:3uF. M. This is to dispose of the large num
ber of cases that are before the September
Chables Waeben, colored, pleaded guilty
to biting a policeman's finger in McKeesport.
In answer to Judge White's questions he said
he knew of plenty of speak-easles In that place.
He goes to the work house for four months.
He claimed a colored man couldn't get a drink
in a speak-easy.
George Sheffleu yesterday entered suits
against tbe Pittsburg Traction Company and
the city for 10,000 damages in each case.
Sbeffler claims that the grade of Fifth avenue
was changed several feet in front of his prop
erty wheu the cable road was 'constructed,
damaging his property.
To-day's trial list is as follows in the Crim
inal Court: Commonwealth vs. Joseph Schnei
der, et ak, Richard Foley, et aL, Clarence
Mitchell, Andrew Kinslow, Charles Dougherty,
John McArnan, Lindsay Black, Charles Mor
gan. Edward McDonald (2), Martin Noetotf,
P. Banerento. Dennis Sullivan, James Kelly,
et al, Harry Padberry, Albert Johnston!
Joseph Guellos, .Harry Rapp.
Entitled to the Best.
All are entitled to tbe best that their money
will buy, so every family should have, at once,
a bottle ot the best family remedy. Syrup of
Figs, to cleanse the system when costive or
billons. For 'ale in 50c and S L00 bottles by all
SOME LIVELY TILTS.
The Ordinance to Widen St. Clair
Street Results in a Tie Tote.
NO CHANGE ON BLACK STREET.
Mrs. Neglej's Home Comes in for a Good
Share of Spicy Sarcasm.
DE, ETANS LEAD IN THE DISCUSSION
The Committee on Surveys held a lengthy
session yesterday afternoon and recom
mended to Councils a number of sew ordi
nances. There was considerable discussion
over the report of a sub-committee appointed
to examine into the ordinances for the
widening of St Clair street and the narrow
ing of Black street. Messrs. Warmcastle,
Baum and Dr. Evans were the sub-committee
for both ordinances.
The ordinance for widening St. Clair
street provides for making it a 50-foot street
between Penn and Bural avenues, instead of
40 feet, as it is now. t
Mr. "Warmcastle was opposed to the ordi
nance, and the other two members of the
committee favored it His argument was
that the city laid out the street at 40 feet
wide, small property owners had purchased
ou it and built to that width, and to cut off
ten feet from them would cause a great ex
pense in moving their houses, and as their
lots were already shallow, they would have
no ground in the rear of their houses after
their being moved, thus practically ruining
the property. Another point was that St
Clair street was not an important thorough
fare and never would be; hence there -fras no
necessity for putting the owners to so much
Dr. Evans, in reply, said that St. Clair
street would be an important street if it was
widened. At present the part that it was
proposed to widen was simply a mudhole
with a narrow plank on either 6ide for a
sidewalk. But the street was nearly a mile
and a half long, opened out on two of the
best streets in the East End, and all but 700
feet of it was already 50 feet wide. This 700
feet, the portion connecting directly with
Penn avenue, and hence the most important
part, was only 40 feet wide. As long as that
end ot it remained 40 feet wide the street
would be comparatively useless, but if
widened to 50 feet the increase in valuations
all along the street would much more than
compensate for the damages to the lower end
by cutting off the front Every inch the
street was widened would add to the value
of the property.
A LIVELY TILT FOLLOWED.
Mr. Baum was also in favor of the widen
ing, and said the increase in values it would
cause would pay for all tlfb damages.
Mr. Carnahan supported Mr. "Warmcastle.
He said every property holder along the 700
feet affected had protested against the wid
ening, and the city would have to pay the
damages in removing properties, as they
will also if Diamond alley is widened.
Mr. Nesbit too, objected, and the voteto
recommend the ordinance resulted in a tie.
The committee then reported on Black
street. The ordinance calls for changing
the width bf that street from its present
width of 60 feet to 50 feet, between Hiland
avenue and Clearview street The commit
tee were all opppsed to the ordinance.
Attorney Petty, representing- Catherine
Negley.was given an opportunity to present
her claims. .He claimed that the street had
been laid out 50 feet wide, but that a few
months ago an ordinance Lad been quietly
worked through Councils without the
knowledge of any of the interested property
holders to widen it fo CO leet ' The ordi
nance simply asked to relocate tbe street at
its proper wjuib. xl u were uub passeu jur.
Petty claimed that several properties would
be seriously damaged, among them the man
sion of Mrs. Catherine Negley, This mag
nificent brick structure, he claimed, would
have to be moved.
Mr. Carnahan favored the ordinance. He
thought a 50-foot street was wide enough,
and argued that the former action of Coun
cils should be rescinded.
Dr. Evans vigorously defended the sub
committee's report. The ordinance was the
wish of only two or three property holders,
one of these being Mrs. Negley, and her
house was the only one that would be
touched by the new street line. The gentle
men from the East End (Mr. Carnahan and
Mr. Petty), he said, talked, about their
houses out there as if they were everyone
veritable palaces, when in reality the ma
jority of them werev very commonplace
buildings and many of them old shanties.
HE SNEERED AT THE PALACE.
He had gone over the ground on Black
street and he had seen the so-called magnifi
cent residence ot Mrs. Negley. He had
even gone around it, and looked in the back
windows, and his opinion of the palace was
that it was a dilapidated old place that the
bats roosted in. Some of the windows were
nailed up, and it looked as if no one lived
in it. The house was part frame, and to tear
it down and build a new one like it wonld
cost but a few hundred dollars. Mr. Evans
thought the street should be made a uniform
widthand 60 feet was narrow enough.
Mr. warmcastle also attacked the ordi
nance. He said the only property that was
affected by the 60-foot width was Mrs. Neg:
ley's. He had a poor opinion of the house,
and said the widening of the street would,
knock off a bay window, and that is why
the lady opposed it She has considerable
land along Black street, and Bhe will not
sell. The best property owners along the
street favored the widening. He believed
in favoring those who will beautify the
The discussion continued for a consider
able time between the members, and at
times grew quite spirited, and when the
vote to negatively recommend was taken, it
was agreed to by 5 to 2.
A number of ordinances were affirmatively
J. G. BENNETT fc CO.,
Corner Wood Street nnd Fifth Avenue.
Bennett & Co. sell Youman's hats.
Bennett & Co. sell Dunlap's hats.
Bennett & Co, sell Silverman's hats.
Bennett & Co. sell Boston hats.
Bennett & Co. sell Christy's English hats.
Bennett & Co. sell Lincoln, Bennett &
Co.'s English hats.
Benuett & Co. sell Heath's English hats.
The above makes are known to be the fin
est in the world, and can be purchased at a
slight cost over the ordinary make of hats
at J. G. Bennett & Co.'s, corner "Wood
street and Fifth avenue.
Pennsylvania Lines Will Sell Cheap
On September 10, 24 and October 8, 1889,
the Pennsylvania lines west of Pittsburg
will sell excursion tickets at one tare for the
round trip, to principal points in the North
west, "West, Southwest and South, gpod re
turning thirty days from date of sale. Pot
full information apply to Sam'l Moody, D.
P. A., 1127 Liberty street rsu
Excursions to All Points West.
The Missouri Pacific Bailway will sell
tickets at one fare for tbe round trip to all
points West and Southwest oo September 10
and 24 and October 8. Tickets are strictly
first-class and are good for thirty days.
For further information apply to your
nearest coupon ticket office, or to S. H.
Thompson, Central Passenger Agent, 1119
Liberty street, Pittsburg, Pa. fsu
Use "Una" flour finest 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
all family flours.
He Becommendi n Conservatory of Bluilc
for the Blind The Plttsburff Institute
Will be Bnllt.
Dr. Campbell, the English blind in
structor, delivered an address yesterday be
fore the trustees of the proposed blind insti
tute for Pittsburg. Bishop "Whitehead
acted as Chairman.
Dr..Campbell began his address by giving
a history of his life, saying he was born in
Nashville, and lost his sight by the thorn
of an acacia tree rnnning into his eye. He
studied music and become passionately fond
of it. He also taught music for a while and
intended going to China as a missionary.
During the war he was threatened with
lvnching unless he would say how he would
voto on the slavery issue. His little school
was broken up and he came north.
He believes music is the best profession
for the blind to follow, and he advocates
keeping them busy.
In his normal college he has baths, a
cycle track, roller skating rink, etc., and
the first thing he looks after is the health ot
the student He has the pupils exercise in
all these sports.
He advocates a conservatory of music
and plenty of eround for the Pittsburg
school. After the scholars graduate they
should be watched and encouraged. He
closed by saying he was willing to give the
projectors all the assistance be could. He
sails for Angland next Tuesday.
Dr. Donehoo stated they had $105,000
with which to start the school, and while he
was in England Mrs. Schenley promised to
help them along. The asylum will be
ON TRIAL FOR LIBEL.
Mr. Kcardon Objected to Members of Labor
Dnione for Juiyincn.
Joseph Schneider and Philip Doll are on
trial for libel. The prosecutor is Jacob
Beuscher, a Center avenue baker. Schneider
and Doll were members of the Journeyman
Bakers' "Union, andduring the bakers'
strike some time ago, it is claimed, issued
defamatory and libelous boycott circulars
concerning Beuscher, who had refused to ac
cede to the strikers' demand. "William
Beardon represents the prosecution and John
S. Kobb is for the defense.
Over an hour was consumed in selecting a
jury, Mr. Beardon setting aside all jurors
who were members of the K. of L., Amal
gamated Association or any other labor
Though most houses are unprepared with
new fall styles, ottr counters are crowded
with the newest, brighest and most fashion
able clothing ever seen in this city. All the
latest fall styles in both rough and smooth
faced goods we display, and to introduce
them we will sell 10,000 men's suits at the
two bargain prices of $12 and $15. These
suits at cut, (rimmed and finished eqnal to
enstom make, and at $12 and $15 are tbe
greatest value ever offered. Sale starts at 8
o'clock this morning. Pittsburg Combina
tion Clothing Company.
P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts.,
opp. the new Court House.
Very low prices on all summer weights.
JOS. HOENE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
Notice to the Public.
Before selecting your wall paper this fall
call and examine the stock carried by Jno.
S. Eoberts, 414 Wood st w
Fbatjenheim & Vilsack's Iron City
Beer is the best in the market Pure, whole
some and nutritious.
Wall Pnpert Wall Paper! Wall Paper!
If you want to-paper your house this fall
call and see Jno. S. Roberts, 414 "Wood St.,
before buying. He has all grades from the
cheapest to the finest, and with the aid of
experienced decorators he can assuie you
NOTIUE-THE ANNTJAI. MEETING OF
the stockholders of the Frohslnn Society
to elect Directors takes place at tbeir office, 305
Penn ave.. TUESDAY, September 10, 1889,from
1 o'clock P. M, till 9 o'clock P. ir.
an28-4-D C. W. KBAUS. Secretary.
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
l( report of viewers on the opening of Wil
liam street from Bailey avenue to Browns
ville avenue, has been approved by Councils,
which action will be final unless an appeal is
filed in tbe Court ot Common Pleas within
ten (10) days from date. E. AI. BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PlTTSBtmo. Pa, September 4, 1S89. se4-89
Office ok Controller of )
Pittsburg, Pa., September 5, 1S89. S
SEALED PROPOSALS WDJL BE RE
CEIVED at this office until TUESDAY,
SeDtember 10, 1S89, at 4 o'clock T. M., for the
4 complete sets Pennsylvania Supreme Conrt
Reports, 193 vol. each.
2 Brightly's Digest 3 vol.
2 Might's Indexes, 2 vol.
seS-23 County Controller.
QEPARATE AND SEALED PROPOSALS
O will be received at the office of the City
Controller until SEPTEMBER 13, 1S89. at 2 P.
JI., 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 the
office ot the Superintendent of the Bureau of
Bonds in double the amount of bids must ac
company each proposal. Said bonds to be pro
bated before the Mayor or City Clerk.
Tbe Department of Awards reserves the
Tight to refect any or all bids.
J. O. BROWN,
scf-SS Chief Department Public Safety.
ST. GEORGE'S HALL FOR BOYS AND
young men, St George's, Aid., near Balti
more, Prof. J. C. Kinear, A. M., Principal. Col
lego or business. Unsurpassed in advantages,
comfort and situation. 200 to $275 a year.
T ONG VIEW, BROOKVILLE, PA.,
A Church Schofll for Girls, will reopen SEP
TEMBER II, 1889. For catalogue apply to
REV. JOHN G. MULHOLLAND, LL.D ,
MRS. REBECCA BOARDMAN,
TEACHER OF ELOCUTION.
806 PENN AVE., PITTSBURG.
Business hours from 3 till 6 P. 31. se5-93-TUFS
TWO CHOICE SCHOOLS.
BROOKE HALL, for girls and young
ladies. 8HORTLIDGE MEDIA ACADEMY,
for boys and young men. SWITH1N C.
SHORTIilDGE. A. M. ( Harvard eraduatel.
Media, Pa., near Philadelphia. aul-8
SCHOOL OF DESIGN, PENN BUILDING,
Penn ave.,above Seventh st The fall term
will open on Monday, Sept. 18, 1SSU: classes In
drawing and pointing from tbe cast and from
life: special class on Saturday. A. W. HEN
DERSON, Principal. sel-3-MWF
THE WESTERN PENN'A. EXPOSITION
Society 6 per cent ten year conpon bonds
can now be had on application at the office of
tbe society. Interestpayable semi-annually at
office of the Fidelity Title and Trust Co:
JA& W. BATCHELOR, Secretary.
NEW YORK MILITARY ACADEMY,
Cornwall-on-Hudson. Courses of study In
civil engineering, English and classics. Labor
atory, drawing room and field work. Beautiful'
Duildtngs, grounds, location. COL. C. J.
WRIGHT, B. S., A. M., Snpt; BELDEN P.
HYATT. Comd't of Cadets. elO-ll
EOOK HILL COLLEGE, ELLICOTT CITY,
Md.; conducted by the brothers of the
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
aul6-23 BROTHER DENIS. President
KEBLE SCHOOL. SYRACUSE, N. V.
Boarding School for Girls. Under tbe su
pervision of the Rt ReV. F. D. Huntington, 8.
T. D. The nineteenth school year begins
Wednesday, September IL 1889. References
Rt. Rev. H.C. Potter, D.D..N.Y. Rov. Wm. R.
Huntington. D. D., Grace Church, N. Y. City.
Pres. E. N. Potter, D. D.. Geneva, N. Y. Hon.
Andrew D. White, Ithaca, N. Y. Apply to
MISS MARY J. JACKSON, Principal.
91 AND 83 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg, Pa. p30-7t-S
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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation 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:
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advertisers already have accounts with Till DIS
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, S5ifl Bntler street
KMIL G. BTUCKEY, 21th streetand Penn ave.
E G. STUCKEY ACO., Wylie ave. and Fulton J t
M. bTOKELY, FUth Avenue Market House.
J "W. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER & SHEIBLEB, Kh v. & Alwood It
JACOB 8POHN. No. 2 Carson street.
B. A. DON ALDbON, 1707 Carson street
A. J. KAEECHER, 59 Federal street.
H. J. McBRWE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FRED H. EGGE1IS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H, EOGEKS & SON, Ohio and Cnestnnt sts.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin avej.
G. W. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
1'EKRYM. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny ayes.
WANTED-A GOOD BARBER AT 236 WYLIE
AVENUE. . se6-M
WANTED-BARBER-L. BAKER, 2028 OAR
SON ST., Southslde. se6-93
WANTED-A GOOD BARBER.
R. JONES. 177 Federal st.
VT7-ANTEU-A GOOD BAKBER AT C. H.
V GRAVER'S, 422 Smithtteld St. se6-15
TTTANTED-3 0R4 GOODTINNERS ATG. W.
V STEVENSON & BUO.'S, 537 Liberty St.
WANTED-20 BRICKLAYERS AT ONCE.
Apply to STEEL fc HALL, at WUmerdlnp,
-AT ONCE-GOOD MACHINISTS.
Apply SHAKPSVILLE FOUNDRY, Sliarns-
"TTT-ANTEU CARPET UPHOLSTERER IN
VV town near Plttsbnrg. Apply to A. E.
WELLS & CO. se6-98
XrjANTKD-TWO BAR MILL HEATERS
VV and one plate mill beater. CLINTON
MILL. Carson it. anG-13
ITTANTED-MACHINIST; ONE THAT CAN
V tarn and do general fitting. Address A.
W., Dispatch office. eeS-22
WANTED-A WAGON MAKER. APPLY TO
BAKER & HARPER, No. 324 Pennsylvania
ave., Allegheny, Pa. se6-19
WANTEO-AT BRADDOCK. THREE BRICK
YARD men. Inquire of WM. DUNN,
Preston Brick Works. seS-95
WANTED-A FIBsT-CLASS CLOTHING
salesman: good wares. Address SALES
MAN, Dispatch office. auS-14
WANTED-1 'HEETIRON WORKER-APPLY
to VELTE 4 MCDONALD, Twenty
second st. and Penn aye., city. seS-93
WANTED-A COMPETENT AGBICULTOBE
shearman. Apply immediately at CARNE
GIE, PH1PPS & CO.'S. Beaver Falls, Pa. se8-81
WANTED-A COACHMAN, MUST COME
well recommended, and make Himself gen
erally useful. Address P. O. BOX 162, City.
WANTED-ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY
laborers to work on sewers in Braddock.
Apply on work. LAWRENCE SLOAN, Con
WANTEO-25 MASONS AT CONEMAUGH
roundhouse. Apply AT WORK or to P. P.
REILLY, Wall's station. P, MCMANUS. Con
WANTED-INVOICE CLEBK; ONE WHO
thoroughly understands invoicing In the
lamp and class business. Address GLASSWARE,
Dispatch office. seS-99
WANTED-FOREMAN FOR MACHINE
shop, one mcnanlcal draughtsman, ten
machinists, two pattern makers.
40, jriii3Darg jr. u.
WANTED-75 HOBSESHOERS, F1REMEN
and fioormen. Apnly at JOHN DORIS'
SHOP. Seventh street, Pfttsburg, Pa. Wages,
?16 50 to 20 per week. anS-2S
WANTED EXPERIENCED ARCHITECT
URAL draughtsman; call between 1 and 2
o'clock Jt rldav or Saturday, Sept. 6 or 7. GEO.
i Wi OTT. Architect, 114 Federal st . Allegheny.
a " se-80
WANTED-FAHMEH-ON A SMALL FARM,
with some knowledge of gardening, with a
wile who has experience In butter making; send
reference. Address P. O. BOX 226, Pittsburg. Pa.
WANTED-MAN FOR FILE WORKS-MUST
understand hand cnttlng and rbrglng;
steady lob for steady man. Apply to II. c
GREEN, Home Hotel. This ad will cot appear
ANTED-rirrr stone cutters, ap-
PLY at office, corner Charles and Short
street Allegheny City, Tenth Ward, or at quar
ries nt Wampum, Lawrence county. Pa , C. M.
WANTED-A DRIVER FOR A FURNITURE
wagon; must have experience In the deliv
ery of fine furniture and care of horses. Address,
"jb uimixuiii. ujiiviii. "
WANTED FIRST-CLASS. SOBER PRE
SCRIPTION glass blowers; also a few good
finishers: nnlon wages; steady work; fare paid;
write fully; say who vou worked for. CHICAGO
GLASS MFG. CO.. Chicago. aulS-45-D
must be of good habits and willing to work;
state where last employed, age and references;
salary $50 or 60 per month : all answers considered
confidential. Address L. X. Y., Dispatch office.
-VTTANTED-GENERAL AND LOCAL AGENTS
VV to handle the New Patent Chemical Ink
Erasing Pencil; greatest novelty ever produced;
erases ink In two seconds: no abrasion of paper;
200 to 503 per cent profit: one agent's sales amounted
to 620 In six days another 132 in six hours; terri
tory absolutely free; salary to good men; no ladles
need answer: sample 35 cts. For terms and full
particulars address THEMONROE h BASER CO.,
Manufacturers, La Crosse, Wis. se6-78
TTTANTED-YOUNG LADIES TO SEW ON
LOUVRE GLOVE STORE. 24
WANTED-A FIRS! -CLASS COOK AT 325 N.
H1LANU AVE, E. E.; no washing or
Ironing; Protestant preferred, se5-44
WANTED-25 GOOD WOMEN AND GIRLS
for general factory work. Apply to
BOVARD fc PDRCELL, Ml Liberty St.. city.
WANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
WORK In small family; one or Intelligence
preferred. Apply at 27 SU1LO ST., Mt. Washing
WANTED ONE EXPERIENCED CHAM
BERMAID and 1 first-class girl for laun
dry. Apply AMERICAN HOUSE, 1002 Liberty
st,, city. antS-12
WANTED-A PROTESTANT GIRL AS NUR
SERY governess, who can do neat sewing,
amuse children, assist them with their lessons,
and make herself generally useful with the care of
them. Address GOVERNESS, Dispatch office,
Pittsburg, Pa. se5-55
3Inlc and Female Heln.
WAN TED-DRIVERS. FARM HANDS. LA
BORERS, gardeners, coal miners, waiters,
col. man cook, chambermaids, house girls, nurses,
dining room girls and seamstress, working house
keeper. MELUAN'S, 645 Urant St. se3-D
WANTFU - ?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: wemeanlnct what we say. Addressat
once Sl'ANDARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston,
VXTANTED-SnUATION BY A FRENCHMAN,
VV M. A., L.L. (Paris), latearmy tntor In En
gland; will accept thankfully any offer; references
and testimonials. Address PARISIAN, Dispatch
Bonrders and Lodgers.
WANTED MEALERS FIRST-CLASS
table boarding, home cooking; a welcome
change from restaurant meals. 152 FOURTH
AVE., above Smlthfield. se6-S2
VV ERTY. over H000; 4K
HENRY A. WEAVER A CO.,
ON CITY PROP
Der cent; no tax.
92 Fourth avenue.
WAN1ED-S500 TO 5TO,0CO TO LOAN ON
mortgages: 4h. 5 and 6 per cent. JAS. W.
DRAPE CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
In large and small amounts at 4U. 5 and 6
ter cent, free of State tax; no delay. REED B.
OYLE& CO., 131 Fourth ave. mj21-0
WANTED-TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
of 3 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4X per cent, free of tax: alio smaller
amounts at SandS per Cent. BLACK & BAIRD,
85 Fourth avenue.
"TTAlTED-MOKTG AGES ft, 000, 0XTO LOAN
V V on city and snburban properties at AH, Band
d percent, ana on xarms in Aueguen
cent counties at 6 per cent.
M. PENNOCK A
sun, iiu fourin avenue.
TT7-ANTKD-TO LOAN 12)0, COO ON MORT-
VV GAGES: flOO and upward at S per cent;
$500,000 at H per cent on residences or business
roperty: also in aajoining counties, a. a.
125 Fourth avenue. oc31-eM-s
-T7"ANTED-HIGHEST SPOT CASH PRICES
TV paid for second-band furniture, carpets and
household goods of all kinds. 12U PEN N AVE
Y1TANTED-EVERYBODY TO SEND THEIR
TV furniture needlng'upholsterlng. repairing
and refinlsblng to HAUGH ft KEENAN, 33 and
34 Water st. '1'honelKo. aul4
WANTED-PERSONSTOJOIN AN ELGIN
Watch Club and to pay fl per week on fine
gold watches drawn each week; call at once.
JOHN MITSCH, 130 Federal st , Allegheny.
YTTANTED TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
VV BERS to seen re a fine gold watch for each
one In the clnb at $ 1 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX 501, and I will calf and suow you the watch.
WANTED-BOOKKEEI'ING 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 Fifth av
WANTEDBY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER, 96 Fifth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that be is making fine cabinets at 1 50 per
dozen: photos delivered when promised; Instan
WANTED-ALL BARBERS IN PITTSBURG
and Allegheny as well as visiting barbers
to know that the exposition of barbers' supplies,
consisting of fine, medium and ciieap narber
chairs, combination cases, washstands. mirrors,
poles, etc., can be round at No. SO Diamond street,
Pittsburg; one building, one proprietor: no danger
of getting Into the wrong placeand beingimposed
upon. In addition to the furniture and supplies
which we manufacture ourselves, we are the ex
clusive agents for Tbeo. A. Kocbs, or Chicago,
tbe largest manufacturer of barbers supplies in
in the world: complete outfits from this celebrated
house furnished by uscan be seen at the barber
shops in tbe 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, Plttsbnrg; only one
number but four floors. ROSS W. BLACK.
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
T710K SALE-BEDFORD AVE.
JL2 near Roberts st., 40x127 ft.
brick bouse on
rear: cheat) for cash. Call lmmedlatelr on MAR-
BiiALii juiutifiu.1, cor. Aiiamonu
FOR SALE-A CHEAP BARGAIN-814 WYLIE
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 I8XX1CO ft. to a 20-foot alley: price only
(2, 525; easy terms. ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth
ave. Teh 167. sel-77
FOR SALE-SOUTHSIDE FROFERTY-A 2
STORY frame house of 5 rooms and storeroom,
corner S. Twenty-first and Jane sts. :2-story frame
bouse 6 rooms and storeroom on Plane ave" "near
Monnt Oliver Incline Plane; 2 two-story frame
boases,4 rooms and attic each, on S.Twentietb St..
cor. Fox alley: 2 two-story brick bouses, 4 rooms
each, on Fox alley, near S. Twentieth st. :also oth
er property for sale. O.B.TOUDY, 1721 Carson st.
Enst End Residences.
FOB SALE-FINE 6-ROOMED HOUSE ON
Hastings st. (Point Breeze), built on triangu
lar lot having 115 feet front; price $2,600. JXL-
LON BROTHERS, 6349 Station
'HERS, 6349 Station St., E. E.
FORSALE-(99)-MEADOWST., E.E.-NEW 6
rooux frame dwelling; nat. gas, city water:
house nicely gralnedand In good condition; lot 22x
100 to alley : this Is a bargain If sold at once. SAM
UEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-SHADY SIDE HOME, CENTER
avenue, near Aiken. A beautiful new Queen
Anne of 11 rooms with all modern Improvements;
excellent lot, 50x200 feet, convenient to P. R. R.
and cable roads; price reasonable. An Investiga
tion of this bouse will convince you of Its real
worth. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 3A-145
ON MEADOW ST., NEAR
t . lot 42x150. rood two-storv
JD Larimer ave ,
frame cottage honse of 5 rooms, hall and front
porcn; gooa ary cellar uuuerwnoienouse: natural
as, hot and cold water; elegant drainage: very
eslrable In every respect: about 10 minutes' walk
from either line of cable cars or East Liberty sta
tion; $3,500. TBOS. LIGGETT, No. Ill Fourth
OR SALE-ON CENTER AVE., NEAR BAR
TON st , Sbadyslde, lot 60x213 to a 50-ft. st.,
elegant brick house, reception ball, 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 lu
attic: bardwood mantels, etc.; good frame stable
and carriage house; $21,500. THOS. LIGGETT,
No. U4 Fourth aye. se3-82-wrssu
FOR SALE COR. ELWOOD AND EDWIN
sts., lot 89 ft. front, 120 ft. deep and 21 ft.
wide at rear, new frame house of 8 rooms, recep
tion hall, bathroom, basement laundry, stationary
tubs, cemented cellar, elegant front and side
Eorcbcs, hardwood mantels, sliding doors, tile
earths, electric call bellsr etc. : everything com
plete: one square from South Hiland ave.: elegant
neignDornooa;onjyao,'ou. Aiiua. l.luuivi-1, no.
114 Fourth ave.
iOH SALE-A RARE OPPORTUNITY IS NOW
V offered to any desiring to purchase a home
In tbe choicest location In Oakland, as ve:
tana, as very
eral terms can be made In tbe
malnlnr houses on
Forbes street and Coltart
square; 9 and 13 rooms, well built, elegantly
finished, fine surroundings, quick transit, only 15
minutes ftom postofflce by cable line. For terms,
prices and plans see W. A. HEBRON 4 SONS, SO
Fourth avenue. 8e4-64-MWF
T7 O R SAL E-OAKLAND.
ward, a new 2-story and mansard brick dwell
ing, o rooms. Data, w. c., uaii, taunarr, etc.,
slate mantels, tile fireplaces and hearths, fine
chandeliers, both gases, city water and bouse
wired for electric lights, plate glass windows,
electric bells; good sewerage, street paved with
asphaltum and paid for, beautiful sbade trees In
front of bouse, a few minutes from cable cars:
price $6.6COc a moderate cash payment and bal
ance long time: Immediate possession. SAMUEL
W. BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth ave. seS-4-D
FOR SALE-8K ACKES-AT GLENF1ELD,
P.. Ft. W. AC. R. R.: 10 minutes from sta
tion, with one z-story frame of eight rooms and
flnisbed attic, aud one of six rooms; also one of
two rooms, all newly papered and painted; good
stable and carriage house, good spring of water,
and five arres planted In all kinds of bearing fruit
trees; price for a few days only $5,000. IHliS.
LIGGETT, U4 Fourth ave. se3-79
FOB SALE LOTS.
East End Lota.
TTK)B SALE HOMEWOOD LOTS FROM f550
A to so; in very uest locations on wide streets
and bandy to railroad.
B34 Station St., J! Ji,
OK SALE-TWO NICE LOTS, EAST END,
Marchand St., near Shady and Dennlston
aves., 48x120 ft. to an alley; elegant place to bufld
for purposes or selling or rentlnsf. JAS. V.
DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
OR S ALE-NOW IS THE TIME TO IN VFSTI-
GAlEBaum Grove lots: this plan sewered,
curbed and wide flagstone sidewalks completed:
S rices below actual value. Full Information from
1ELLON BROS., East End., or JOHN F. BAX
TER, Agent, 512 Smlthfield st. sel-41-Hwr
1 Allegheny Lou.
FOR SALE LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues and Lombard street. Allegheny, In
tbe Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH McNAUGHER, 43 N. Diamond st.
FOR SALE-EMSWORTH BUILDING LOTS,
60x100 feet. $400 and $500 each; these are bar
gains and will not standlong. BLACK A BAIRU,
95 Fourth ave. 2B-6S se4-57-D
FOR SALE -LOTS 25X125. AT TURTLE
Creek, close to Westinghonse works: from
115 to (150 each, on easy payments. MELLON
BROTHERS, 6349 Station St.. E. E. sel-44-MWF
FOR SALE-LOTS 24x115 FEETIN BRADDOCK
Field at Copeland station : nicely located and
Close to r. it. it. station:
menu. MELLON BKOT
Srlce $375 on easy pav
;ERS. 6349 Station St..
FOR SALE-FARM-1S2 ACRES, LIMESTONE
land, very productive of wheat, corn and
oats; frame house, 7 rooms. X mile from Clarks
burg, near station West Penn K. It. ED W1T
TISH. 410 Grant street, Pittsburg, Pa. ssl-D
FOR SALE-LOT WELL LOCATED IN FIRST
ward, for light manufacturing plant, or ware
house purposes: there Is about 5,000 square feet In
It; will sell low and on long time If desired. C.
H. LOVE, 93 Fourtn ave. se4-33
TTIOK SALE-BY CHARLES SOMEES & CO.,
$6,000 Allegheny. 3-story brick, 9 rooms; a well
ulit. nerfectlv arranged and complete Louse.
nicely located on line of Pleasant Valley cars; a
choice nlace and ehcan.
$4,000 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 or the prop
erty. $2,800 Complete and convenient brick honse. 5
rooms and attic, good yard; Cliff St., near Penn
$2,200 Good brick bouse. Eleventh ward, near
Central traction road, now rented, paying 10 per
cent net; valne steadily increasing.
$4,6007 rooms and attic, pressed brick, stone
trimmings, all conveniences, large lot, with
stable, good street, near cable and within, 10
lnlnutes'waik of court house; a bargain.
$3, 100 Brick. 6 rooms, attic, halls, all con
veniences; a good house In central and improving
locality; Devllllers St., nearWylle avenue cable
$3.700 7 rooms, attic, bath, pantry, I. a. closets,
electric bells; complete bonse, good lot, conveni
ent and aovanclng locality, Bedford avenne.
Edwin street. East End, new frame, 6 large
rooms and attic, all conveniences said 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:
lotSSxioa, handsome and desirable location.
Atwood street, near Bates, two-ttory and man
sard, pressed brick, 8 rooms, attic, bath, laundry;
a perfect house, with every appliance for com
fort, convenience and beauty; ground 40x100; for
a choice home look at this.
Improved and unimproved properties through
out the'two cities and suburbs. Call and see us.
Telephone No. 1042.
CHAS. H0AIEE3 & CO., 313 Wood st.
van. SALE BUSINESS.
17IOR SALE-FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANTS,
boarding houses, choice cheap grocery stores,
confectioneries, drygoods and notion stores,
furnished bouse for roomers, very profitable large
bakery and confectionery, cigar stores, bakeries,
feed store, milk depot, sboe stores, drug stotes,
printing office, good country newspaper office,
butcher shop, and man v other business chances.
Free particulars. SHEpARD & CO., 54 Filth ave.
FOB SALE-CO R. ROSS AND FIRST AVE.;
cheap: lot 39x70 feet, with buildings. V. a.
HERRON & SONS. 80 Fourth ave. soS-7-Tul'
-i-TlOlt HALE A BUSINESS
JC one of the best streets In tbe city.
le cltr. for less
thsn value, to close up an estate. C H. LOVE, S3
Fourth ave. se4-34
FOR SALE-1-STORY IRON-CLAD BUILD
ING.25x60.wlth lease, engine, boiler and main
shaft; terms reasonable. Inquire 2600 SMALL
MAN ST., city. se4-n
E OR SALE-A BUSINESS COR3ER THAT
will enhance In value; a vacant lot. corner of
Carson and Twenty-first St.. S. S. SAMUEL W.
BLACK & CO.. 99 Fourth ave. seS-5-D
FOR SALE-HOTEL-35 BOOMS. ALL MOD
ERN Improvements: In successful operation:
on prominent railroad near Pittsburg. Further
particulars from ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth
ave. Tel., 167. au27-43
FOR SALE-BRICK YARD, WITH DAILY
capacity of 4,500: good clay, etc, : situate on
it. Wayne R. R., Beaver county; tree use of
siding between railroad and river, $325. THOS.
LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave. se3-81-MTUWTS
FOR SALE-ADVANCE ROLLER MILLS
Newly refitted to Case system, steam power;
doing No. 1 work: desirably located on R. R.;
plenty of hard wheat at mill door: terms low. Call
or address TAYLOR BROS. & CO., Rogers, Col.
Co.. o. au22-67-D
TJorses. Vehicles. Live Stock, etc.
XTIOR SALE BAROUCHE: PLATE GLASS
front: nsed but little.
T. S. O'NEAL & CO.,
5821 Penn av.
FOR SALE-VERY HANDSOME GRAY
horse, 6 years old, weight 1,123; perfectly
sound and gentle, fearless of steam, well brokei.
to single or double harness; price $175. WM. A,
S1PE, 93 Diamond st. se6-69-F6u
Machinery and Metals.
FOB SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS NEW
and refitted: repairing promptly attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY ANDMACH1NECO..LIM.,
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. anlO-29
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and style? kept In stock, from
4 to 100 h. p.; all refitted; good as new, at lowest
rices; mounted portable engines, 8 to 25 h. p.
WSFarkway. J.S. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa.
17U)K SALE- HOISTING ENGINES, NEW
i and second hand: wire and raanllla 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. au5-17-irwr
PERSONAL-MALTBY-S OYSTER DEPOT,
late 76 Fifth avenne, removed to 641 Smith
field street; fresh oysters received dally; orders
filled st lowest prices. J. B. HEMMERLE, Mgr.
PERSONAL-BOOKS! BOOKSI BOOKS1
New and old, ancient and szotiern. standard
and rare, legal, medical and'sclentlflc 30.000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STOKE. 900
Liberty st. au3-93
PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURNED; recently they had not been on the
best of terms owing to a little family lar occa
sioned by the wife Insisting on being allowed to
renovate bis wearing apparel, and which, of
course, was done in a bnngllng manner; in order
to prevent tbe trouble they agreed to send all
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor, 65
Fifth ave.. corner Wood St., second floor, and
now everything Is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns In their household. Telephone 1553.
LOST-SMALL MEMORANDUM BOOK ON
Smlthfield st. or Sixth avenue addressed to
Clark Yardley. Finder will please return It to
GEO. K. STEVENSON & CO., Sixth avenue.
TySSOLUTION OF AGENCY
To all whom it may concern:
Be It known that we bave by mutual agree
ment dissolved all business connection with
Seward 8. S. Babbitt, who has been actlutr as
our agent. THE ROUINSON-EEA MANU
September 4. 1889. se6-84
At tbe Rooms,
No. 311 market street,
FRIDAY, September 6, at 10 o'clock A. M.
Fine parlor suits in plush, tapestry rugs,
brocatelles, silk and haircloth; fine pianoforte
rugs, curtains, lambrequins, pictures, orna
ments, clocks, bookcases, fancy rockers,
lounges, oak, walnutand cherry chamber suits,
washstands, bureaus, bedsteads, chiffoniers,
wardrobes, desks, hall-racks, tables, sideboards,
extension tables, leather, cane, patent and wood
seat chairs and rockers, bedding, decorated
dinner ana toilet sets, dishes, tinware, notions,
fancy goods, fine pnntine press, cost 5o0.
HENRY AUCTION CO., LIM.,
AUCTION SALE DESIRABLE RESI
DENCE property. Eleventh ward, Alle
gheny City, on Ashton and Fleming aves., near
McClure ave. Sale September 7, 1889. on the
premises at 3 P. M. Frame dwelling of 7 rooms,
etc; abundance of very line fruita and crapes;
about an acre and a quarter of ground; excel
lent spring water, never fails: also city water;
both gases: 13S-ft. frontage ou Ashton ave.
and 135-ft. frontage on Fleming ave.; within
one square of Union Line street cars and one
square from California ave. extension and new
electric railway, and 3 minutes' walk from
Woods Run station. Ft. Wayne R. R. Terms
made known at sale, or further particulars
from ALLES 4 BAILEY, Real Estate Auc
tioneers. 161 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
BUSINESS PROPERTY 100 AND
WATER ST.. NEAR WOOD.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1889, AT 3 P. M.,
On the premises. A valuable piece of ground.
with two old 3-story brick buildings erected
thereon. Lot 30x8(1 feet.
BLACK & BAIRD.
aoZ7.7I-27.29.8e2.4.6 85 Fourth ave.
JOHN H. KERR. 89 Diamond street
TATE OF PENNSYLVANIA, COUNTY
Allegheny, ss. In the Court of Common
No. 2. No. 31 April term. 1887. John He
Keag vs. tbe Ironworkers it Mechanics' Build
ing and Loan Association. And now, July 31,
1889,on motion the Conrt appoints John H. Kerr,
Esq ,Anditor,to report distribution of the fund
in hands of Receiver. By the Court. From the
Record. JOHN BRADLEY.
The Auditor will meet all parties Interested
for tbe purpose of his appointment at his office.
No. 89 Diamond street, Pittsburg, Pa., on
THURSDAY, September 28, 1889, at 2 o'clock
p. M., when and where, all claims mnst be pre
sented and proved. JOHN H. KERR,
NOTICE TO BUILDERS OF FIRE ES
CAPES. Sealed proposals will bo re
ceived until SATURDAY. September 7. at 3 P.
M. for the erection of fire escape to school
building in Knoxvllle borough. Bidders should
give specification of kind of escape they pro
pose to erect and state what time would be re
quired to erect same. Tbe board reserves tbe
right to reject any or all bids. W. C. H. NO
BLE, Secretary, Twenty-second and Josephine
sts.. 8. S.. city. s 63-87
OIL LAHDJOR SALE.
On SEPTEMBER 18, 1S89, between 1 and 3
o'clock r. M., at Court House, Fremont, O., I
wiU sell 80 acres of oil land situated in the Gib
sonburg oil field, and about IKmiles nearly due
north of Glbsonbnrg, Sandusky county, CL, and
about one mile northeast, on angle of about 4SP,
from famous Shoemaker 800-barrel flowing oil
well, said land being known as Fisher farm.
For further particulars inqnire of
S. C. GARVER. Administrator,
se&3 Fremont, O.
Will leave the P. & L. E. Depot at 3 p. if. on
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8,
To accommodate all who wish to attend the
laying of the corner stone of the
NEW CATHOLIC CHURCH
A E. LINKENHELMEK,
645 Smlthfield street, Pittsburg, Pa. Freihelt
Freund Building, second floor, mhM-Q-x"WF
mOLET-PENN. NEAR NINTH ST., B.
JL of 8 rooms, $60 per oo.: will sell furnish,
of same cheap? W. A. HEBRON t SONt
Fourth ave. se6-90-
f-pO LET-903 AND 910 PENN AVENUE-THO
JL good dwellings of 9 rooms each, both gasest
very low rent for this pleasant location. BLACK
A BAIRD, 95 Fourth avenue. se4-55
TO LET-802 PENN AVE.-COMPLETE FUR
NISHED bonse. suitable for boarding or
private dwelling: 10 rooms, bath, all modern con
veniences: reasonable rent. BLACK & BAIRD. 95
Fourth ave. se3-54
TO LET-FINE RESIDENCE ON PENN AVE.,
betoeen Eighth and Ninth streets, of 10
rooms, batb and all modern improvements, sta
tionary washstands with bot and cold water In
every room: will rent furnished or nniurnlshed:tn
elegant location for boarders and roomers: good
stable on rear of lot: rent reasonable. See REED
B. COYLE & CO., 131 Fourth ave. se5-42
East End Residences.
TO LET-ON PENN AVE . NEAR REBECCA
St., East End, desirable nnd convenient
brick bouse of 7 rooms, bathroom, etc.; reduced
rent till April L THOS. LIGGETT. No. 114
Fourth ave. se3-82-wF3Sa
TO LET-ON BUENA VISTA ST.-BBICK. 8
rooms, with all the modern improvements.
A. D. WILSON. 55 Federal st. aaJI-77-MWTS
TO LET-NEW S-ROOM FRAME BOUSE,
Second ward. Allegheny; side and retr
Sorches, large vard; $16: no water rent. W. W.
IcNEILL & BRO., 105 Fourth ave. se5-30
rpO LET-BOOMS NICELY FURNISHED
JL rooms with all conveniences and In elegant
location: boarding if desired. 152 FOURTH
AVE., above Smlthfield. sc6-91
Offices. Desk Room, ifcc
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two or tbe
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be found in the
city; rent. $200 and $300 per annum. Including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam heating..
Apply between 10 A. M. aud 1 r. x or between
2 and 4 r. M. JT23-67
rpO LET-STOKE OR OFFICE R0O3I, WITH
JL large vault, suitable for Insurance office or
similar business, in Germanla Savings Bank
building. 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 flrst
class basement. Inquire at THE BAN K.
TO LET-STOREROOMS AND WAREHOUSES,
with dwellings, close to new Exposltlon;besS
stands In city: 6 and 8-room dwellings; some un
furnished rooms. Inquire of S. MUSGKAVE. 44
Fourth street. au2S-24-Mwrsa
O LET-LARGE 3-STOKY BRICK WAKE-
HOUSE, suitable for storage purposes or
carriage factory. Twelfth street, near Union
station. Apply to T.MELLON &SON'SBANK.
WELFTH ANNUAL FAIR
BUTLER COUNTY AGRICULTURAL AS
SOCIATION Will he held on tbeir grounds, at
SEPTEMBER 10, 11, 12. and 13, 1889.
Liberal premiums are offered in all classes.
A large addition to tbe stabling has 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.
RAND OPERA HOUSE.
Wed. and Sat.
Anevrmnsical comedy extravaganza.
Mingling In glorious revelry the richest -1
lights ot music, dance, comedy and beauty.
BEE IT, HEAR IT, ENJOY IT.
T71RANK T. RIPLEY.
C of Boston,
the noted Spiritual Lecturer and Test Medium,
will lecture for the First Society of Spiritualists
of Allegheny every Snnday morning and even
ing in the months of September and October.
All are invited to attend.
"I RAND OPERA HOUSE
Week September 9 TannehiU's Bric-a-Brac.
in her greatest success,
September 9 W. J. BCANLAN. se4
ARRIS' THEATER EVERY AFTER
NOON and evening.
CHRIS AND LEXA.
Week Sept. 9th Passion's Slave. se5-31
TTARRY WILLIAMS ACADEMY
To-night and Matinees.
LABOR DAY MATINEE AT 2.
DAVENITS ALLIED ATTRACTIONa
JL WORLD'S MUSEUM.
Allegheny City. James Geary, manager; Harry
Scott, business manager. Casino Comic Opera,
Co. A mnltitude of Curiosities. Perform
ances hourly. sel-91.p
CHAS. SOMERS & CO.,
313 Wood St
Choice and cheap, large and small, im
proved 1 and unimproved properties
throughout both cities and suburbs.
Call and see ns.
Telephone No. 1043.'
WOOD MANTELS CEILINGS
Manufacturers and Importers of Fino Furni
ture, Curtains and Ornaments.
Designs and estimates submitted for complete
TRYMBY. HUNT 4 CO..
1219 and 1221 Market St.
O LET OFFICES TO RENT
SUPERINTENDENT OF THE?
This Company is prepared to receive orders '
by mall or otherwise for Absolutely Fuxxj
MILK, delivered to customers In sealed BLASeT
Jars, nacked in Ice at our creamery in StwickV
ley. Price 8 cents per quart. i
THE SEWICKLEY DAIRY CO..
au20-73-D 110 Wood st, Pittsburg. Pa.
128K THIRD AVE.. UPSTAIRS.
Gents' shoes soled and healed in laminate
lor fit ccoh. -f yr
Finest work in too city, ,my23-ll-TiT