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THE' ,TITTSBURG DISPATCH, STXTOATSBPTEMBBERsSa
JKecords of All the Players and
" Different Clubs.
BRODTHEES STILL THE BIG HITTER.
The Giants lead All the Others in Hitting
CAEEOLL LEADS THE PITTSBURGS.
Big Dan Brouthers still retains tbe lead
in the batting averages of the National
Xeaguc here given, but Tiernan is pushing
him pretty hard, beme but .00j behind Bos
ton's first baseman. Glasscock is the lead
in? Indianapolis man, Sowdersand Carroll
lead (or Pittsbnrg, Sanders leads for Phila
delphia, Mack for "Washington, Duffy for
Chicago and Tebean for Cleveland.
The Xew York clnb has a commanding
lead in batting and the Cleveland in field
ing. Boston has done the best base running
and the Phillies are second. The Philadel
phia club also leads in the number oi sacri
The best battery team would be Sowders,
of Pittsburg, or Sanders, of Philadelphia,
pitcher; .Ewing, catcher; Brouthers, first
base; Hardje Richardson, second base; Wul
vey, third base: Glasscock, short stop; Tier
nan, Qore and O'Bourke ia the field.
The best fielding team would be Gruber,
pitcher; Bennett, catcher; Beckley, first
base; Myers, second base; Sash, third base;
McKcan, short stop; "Wilmot, Pogarty and
McGeachy in the field. Every man who
played in ten games is given a record.
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J Boston . KB 31X0 MS S74 22i MS .SI
, 5 Chicago 110 XE6 732 1063 15S 347 .167
. ) Philadelphia 105 3S79 634 1034 179 2891.267
4 Walllncton 102 33111 509 885 216 2091.252
t Cleveland lie 3718 540 321 206 2161.248
6;l'lttburg H0j3S37 535 930 215 286 .246
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2 Indianapolis 110 2918 1576 -323 179 4S17 .933
,J Boston 103 27G8 1409 32 250 4497.928
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4I"hlLldelphla '105 280S 1375 34. 210 4525.924
SlNcwiorL. 105 2696 1358 344 214 4398 .V2
6,Chicago U10 2iM6'l617 425 1S9 5U3S .916
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89 Morris. Flttsburg .
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80 Bcatln. caeveland.
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2 White, Flttsburg
3 Dennj, Indianapolis.
4 Tebeau, Cleveland....,
6 Kuehne, Flttsburg...
7 Whitnev, New York.
5 Burns, Chicago
9 J. Irwin, Washington
10 Wise, Washington...
11 bwetney, Washington
1 McKean. Cleveland...
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6 Hallman. Fhlla
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9 Ward. NcwY'ork
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2 .Maul. Fittsburg
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4 KarrcIL Chicago
5 Andrews, l'hil. ilnd,
6 Johnton. Boton
7 Mvers, Indianapolis..
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9 Hanlon. Flttsburg....
10 Hot. Washington
11 Kyan. Chicago
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5 Ganzel, Boston
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9 Kellv, Boston
10 Thompson, Fhlla
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3 Casey, Fhlla
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8 Cranef A'.r
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Citizen How popular this Banner Bak
insr Powder has become. It raises old Ned.
Uncle Sam Yes, it raises cake better.
LATEIt ICE CEEAJI CAKE.
Two cups cranulated sugar, three-fourths
cup butter, beat to a light cream, then add
one cup cornstarch which has been stirred
into one cup tepid sweet milk; beat this all
together, adding one teaspoonful extract
vanilla. Stir into this the well-beaten
whites of seven eggs and two heaping cups
of floor, having thoroughly mixed through
the dry flour one and a half measures 'Ban
ner" Baking Powder. Bake in three
Icing: Take two and a half cups granu
lated sugar, half cup water; boil three min
utes; when cool add the whites of three
eggs slightly beaten, and one teaspoonful
Take 1 quart rich cream, 4 tablespoonfuls
powdered sugar, 2 teaspoonfuls extract of
vanilla; place this .in a vessel packed with
chopped ice; allow it to thoroughly chill.
Then beat into this 2 teaspoonfuls gelatine
that has been dissolved in 2 tablespoonfuls
sweet milk. Prepare your cake as follows:
Take the whites of 11 "eggs beaten stiff, 1J
teacupfnls granulated sugar, measured after
sifting; beat the sugar in gradually, also
the yolks of 6 eggs and 1 teaspoonful ex
tract of orange; stir into this 1 teacupful of
flour, measured after sifting 4 times,
having mixed through the drv flour 1 meas
ure "Banner Baking Powder." Bake 40
minutes, slow oven, square pan. "When
cake is cold, cut out the center and pour in
the whipped cream; drop over top candied
cherries or other conserves.
HOUSE CLEANING HADE EAST.
"Scourene" to clean windows.
"Scourenc" to clean woodwork.
"Scourene" to clean bath tubs.
"Scourene" to clean marble slabs.
"Scourene" to clean tinware.
"Scourene" only 5 cents a cake.
G. A. U. Tnke Notice.
All orders issued by Adjutant General
Hastings for transportation to Gettysburg
will be accepted by tbe agents of the Penn
sylvania Railroad for tickets, whether tbe
order is drawn on this company or any
Illnck Goods. Block Goods.
Headquarters on black goods. See ours
before you buy.
ENABLE & SHUSTEB,
.35 Fifth avenue.
Haert Aldek, formerly of this city,
can now be found at W. H. Holmes &
bon s Chicago House, .No. 264 South Clark
street 120 "Water street,
264 South Clark st, 158 First avenue.
ttssu Chicago. Pittsburg.
G. A. R. Take Notice.
All orders issued by Adjutant General
Hastings for transportation to Gettysburg,
will be accepted by the agents of the Penn
sylvania Bailroad for tickets, whether the
order is drawn on this company or any
For a good fitting suit or overcoat leave
your order at Pitcairn's, 434 Wood st. wsu
All the leading brands of corsets at
F. Schoekihal, 612 Penn ave.
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PARIS IS THE POINT
On Which the Eyes of the Entire
Universe Are flow Fixed.
AMERICASS AT THE EXPOSITION.
A Dialogue With a Missouri Yankee at
EDISON'S EXHIBIT QUITE A FEATDEE
ICORItESr-ONDENCE OF THE DISFATCII.1
Hotel Bapp, Paris, August 10. Paris
to-day is a point of convergence for all lines
of human experience in material things. In
view, indeed, of the "World's Congress of
Students now in session, it may almost bo
said that all lines of thought center here as
well. However, the deliberations of that
body are doubtless rather amateur to confer
the latter distinction upon the city. But in
material things, all ages and conditions of
man and man's doings are represented.
From the rude constructions of the stone
age to the Tower Eiffel, the steps of man's
ingenuity may be traced. The student of
ethnology, too, will find abundant matter for
observation; all nations are represented, all
tonsucsare spoken, and all costumes are In
stjle Paris style, too.
The turbaued Turk: and the lithe Egyntlan,
the florid Englishman and the inquisitive
American, the slant-eyed Oriental, the whisk
ered Russian and the "Yah vohl!" Dutchman
jostle each other in the crowded streets, and all
make the same ludicrous attempts to inter
change ideas with the voluble little Frenchman.
A vast concourse ot people, truly, but the great
city is abundantly able to provide for them.
The rumors that float over to the States, with
regard to the overcrowding of Paris and the in
ability of visitors to procure accommodations
of any kind, are grossly exaggerated.
We came here a week ago, without pre
arracgeroents, and bad no difficulty in securing
ood accommodations: not luxurious, perhaps,
ut eminently comfortable, and that at no such
exorbitant prices as are commonly reported.
Another favorite myth of American corres
pondents is the extortion practiced by cab
drivers. It is all nonsense; pay a driver the
regular fare, and a little pouboir, and with a
"ilercl. Monsieur" and a smile, he is off. and
your ride has cost you, even though it Is Paris
and Exposition season, less than half what you
would pay for the same service in Pittsburg
any day in the year.
As to the Exposition itself, it is big. Not
having seen a great number of such shows I
can't compare it with its predecessors, but to
my inexperienced eye, it is big. In fact tuis
bigness is about the only distinct impression
that a first day's ramble through it leaves on
one's mind, and when you are sure you have
been through it all, you haven't? but for days
in your maneuvcrings about;the city you will
come across patches of the Exposition in all
sorts nf unexpected daces.
The great central enclosure on the Champs
de Mars has as many branches as a crab has
legs, and these are all connected by railway
with the main body. There's a vast deal of in
formation stored up in this Exposition, but the
only way to get it is to follow Holmes' recom
mendation with regard to the British Museum:
"Go and engaee a house in the next square and
spend the rest of j our life studying it."
Americans are not given to dressing. in red,
white and blue when they visit tbe Exposition.
Little Nicaragua makes about as good jl show-in--
as the United States, and the exhibits from
several countries whose names are mainly as
sociated with the study of geography, compare
Even tbe American who is patriotic enough
to allow tbe corner of a Fourth of July hand
kerchief protrude from his breast pocket stuffs
it in when he comes to the railroad exhibit, tor
here, drawn up beside magnificent trains from
English and continental roads, he sees, reprc
sentinz "this great and glorious Republic"
(cesture). a quarter section of a Pennsylvania
Railroad freight car and an oblong chunk from
tbe side of a Pullman sleeper. In looking at
them one finas bimelf wishing for a New YorK
and Chicago limited vestibulo train, and refer
ring to tbe Golden Gate train, an American in
the party was beard to say, "Wouldn't that
knock 'em sillyl"
Speaking of Americans, yon onght to see the
citizens who come over here. Lowell says
somewhere that there are no people in the
world who dire so deep in the sea of European
reminiscence and come up so dry as the Ameri
cans, and a very few weeks on this side of the
Atlantic will amply verify the statement. You
will find them in the peat bogs of 'Ireland (tak
ing a piece home, you know, to put on tbe man
tel), among the lakes and bills of Scotland,
everywhere in England, and all over the conti
nent. And it will surprise you to notice the
kinds of peopla who come over. They are all
here: and you wonder why they have come.
There s tne lnaivioiuai wim mosa on uis coat
collar, and little rills of dandruff running down
all the wrinkles; the lank-cheeked man whose
entire time is spent "catchin" trains." and who
shouts sharplv to his wife, "Git in here, Marv,
qnickl don't you know how close we come to
missin' that train yesterday?" Then there's
the benignant old lady who announces that
Paris is "chuck full of history; she hadn't any
idea there was so much history here, but knows
where she can find out all about it, and intends
to read it all up when she gets home." There
are whole squadrons of fair school teachers,
ear-er. vearninc cirls who Co abont with note
bonks and le.d pencils.
Tbe stlngv man is here who imagines that all
the crowned heads of Europe, and a few of tbe
republics, are leagued together "to skin him
out of his money;" and the real American who
looks at the (Swiss lakes and declares that they
"can't bold a candle to Lake Georce." And so
I micbtgo onto infinity, adding to tbe list char
acters more or less obnoxious. 1 most relate
just one conversation, even at the risk of being
accused of purloining from Mark Twain. It
was out at tli Palace of Versailles the other day
(which, by tbe way. Is In my judgment the most
interesting spot the stranger visits In Paris), I
bad chanced to fall in beside a dapper young
fellow with a very shiny silk hat and general
air of complacency, who had several times in
terrupted the explanations of the exceptionally
intelligent guide with pointless witticisms, and
as we walked on to the next "object of in
terest," he said:
"Yoo from America?"
"Thought so; what part?"
"I'm from Pittsburg just at present"
'Pittsbnrg! eh? Smoky City. I'm from
Kansas City. I'm a lawyer down there. What
business you in In Pittsburg?"
"That so? what you teaching? get much
salary? I say what a lot of money these French
have wrapped up in these picture galleries.
All a sentimental value, too. But I've seen so
mnch in Germany and every place thatl'mslck
of them. Where you stopping?"
Tm at the Rapp."
"Pretty cheap down at the Rapp, isn't it?"
Three-dollar house. My sister and I are up at
the Grand, mighty expensive up there, $5 a
day, but we're going to take it slow and see
everything, grand opera and all. Well, xoodby,
you'd belter come out to Kansas City to teach
ana get a nig salary."
And that young fellow will go home and talk
about how be enjoyed tbe art galleries of
Europe, Hoearth's curves,ctc.
But to return to the Exposition, and the
American exhibit, the only uart of thn latter
that really attracts crowds, is Mr. Edison's deNJ
puiucub xio waives a uuo snowing ana UIS
phonograph booth is always crowded. It is
very curious to watch the expressions of people
to whom the idea is entirely new, as they hear
their own voices reproduced. All shades of
feeling, from consternation to the keenest en
joyment, may be noted.
THE ORIENTAL EXHIBIT.
To me the most interesting stroll in the exhi
bition is down through tbe Oriental quarter,
where there is such diversity of face and cos
tume, as well as tongue. As you listen to this
jargon and walk through the shadow of the
great tower you involuntarily exclaim, "A
modern Babel!" But go out into the streets of
tbe city, pick your way through the Boulevard
des Italiens, at anytime except from 4 to S A. m.,
and your thought will be, "A modern Babylon."
"Eat, drink and be merry" is the principle on
which tbe Parisians seem to act, and from early
In tbe morning until early in tbe morning the
cafes, and the streets in front of them, are
crowded witn people, wno sn mere ny the hour
and cat and drink, and smoke and talk, and
read and loaf.
A few of us, a night or two ago, undertook to
find out. If possible, when this congregation
would disperse; but at 2 o'clock we gave it up.
There were still crowds of people on the street,
and we were told that many of them were good
for two hours more. To see a marl leisurely
perusing bis evening paper on the Street at 2
a. M. would be a novel sight at home, but here
it is common.
The words "Modern Babylon" suggest the
Shah. He leaves this afternoon for Vienna.
Of course The Dispatch knew all about his
visit here and in England, and have possibly
thought of lorae significance in the exceedingly
friendly recention tendered him br both Kn.
gland and Russia.
I saw him the other night at the Hippo
drome. They have a performing lion down
there now as tbe drawing card which rides a
horse, jumps through a hoop and occasionally
chews up a mastiff or performs some other
playful freak for the amusement ot the specta-
tors. On this evening, though, it was plain to
be seen, by following the direction in which tbe
opera glasses pointed, that tbe
SHXH "WAS THE LION
of the occasion. Tbe "King of Kings" himself
seemed to bo most interested in tbe perform
ances of two comely damsels on the horizontal
bar. Seriously, though, he is a very dignified,
self-contained looking man, and reported tote
the best ruler Persia has had in many decades.
This is not his first visit to Paris. In the early
seventies be was the first crowned bead to pay
a visit to the "Third Republic," and at that
time his reception was even warmer (?) than
It was the year of the famine in Persia, and
the Paris mob took after him. called him a
robber and advised him to sell the diamonds
from his horse's tail and send the money borne
to his people to buy bread. Paris mobs just at
that time, too, were in good practice, and his
Sbahshlp was fortunate in living to pay France
a second vistt.
On the whole, contrary to current report at
home, 'S9 is a good year to visit Paris.
John M. Waddem
Visitors to the Exposition are invited
to inspect my immense stock of diamonds,
watches, jewelry, silverware, clocks,
bronzes, etc. The, largest stock and lowest
prices in the city. No trouble to show
goods. M. G. Cohen,
C33 Smithfield st.
Notice to G. A. K,
The Pennsylvania Bailroad will accept
all orders issued by Adjutant General Hast
ings for transportation to Gettysburg for
tickets, whether the order is drawn on this
or any other company.
50 Cts. 50 Ctp. 50 Cts.
Velvets, velvets, velvets, all colors, all
Plushes, plushes, plushes, 39 cts., 60 cts.,
G9 cts., 75 cts., SI. all silk, all silk, all silk.
K2TABLE & SHUSTEB,
35 Fifth avenue.
Blankets. Hundreds of pairs, new
stock, all colors and sizes, from $1 50 to $25
per pair. Hugus & Hacke.
G. A. It. Toko Notice
All orders issued by Adjutant General
Hastings for transportation to Gettysburg,
will be accepted by the agents of the Penn
sylvania Kali road lor 'tickets, whether the
order is drawn on this company or auy
Cabinet photos, Jl per doz. Lies' Pop
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st. Tisu
Kid gloves fitted to the hand and guaran
teed. All the new fall shades now in.
F. Schoenthal, 612 Penn ave.
Sile trimming velvets $1 00 quality at
50c, and all the newest colorings.
Hugus & Hacke.
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rOTICE TO STONEMASONS INTER
JlN NATIONAL Union No. a. A special
meeting will be held WEDNESDAY. Septem
ber 11, at 7:30 P. IT. sharp, at 41 Fifth avenue.
All are requested to attend as business of im
portance is to be transacted. By order of
TISSOLUTION OF A(
ISSOLUTION OF AGENCY-
To all whom it may concern:
Be It known that we have by mutual agree
ment dissolved . all business connection with
Seward S. Babbitt, who has been acting as
our agent. THE ROBINSON-REA MANU
September 4. 1889. se6S4
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company, i
Office 233 South Fo win Street,
Philadelphia. September 7, 1889. S
SEALED PROPOSALS ADDRESSED TO
the undersigned (and marked on the out
sine "Proposals"), will bo received at this office
until 9 A. M. SEPTEMBER 16, 1889, for t urnish
nigalllaborandmaterialsandcrectingcomplete above foundations at Walls station on the Pitts
burp: division, P. R. R.:
(1) A brick semi-circular repair shop, 432 feet
(2) A brick office bnildinc, 30x40 feet, and
(3) A brick PaintShop, 20x84 feet, togethsr
with five frame buildings, inclosed and covered
with corrugated iron, the latter comprising a
total of about 27,200 square feet.
Proposals to state price for each of the above
Plans and specifications can be seen at this
office. Room 16, Annex, and at office of J. T.
Stuart, Assistant Engineer, Walls station.
This company reserves the right to reject
any or all bids. WM, H. BROWN.
se8-50-TTSu Chief Engineer.
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SHORTLIDGH, A. M. (Harvard graduate),
Media, Pa., near Philadelphia. aul-S
JM NAZARETH HALL.
Moravian Boarding School for Boys at Naza
reth, Fa, Founded 17S5. Reopens September
Ihe scholastic year of the Mountain Acad
emy, under the direction of the Sisters of
Mercy will commence its fall term September
2. Tuition for five months, including French
and music, $100. Loretto is famed as a health
resort, and like Cresson, is a sanitarium of
unquestionable excellence. Tbe reputation of
the Sisters of Mercy as instructors is world
wide. For particulars address the Directress
of the Academy. au22-95-SU
CHAUTAUQUA LAKE, N. Y.
The Lenhart Cottage is situated a minute's
walk from boat landing and postofflce. It has
a nicely-shaded beach and lawn, which are
always cool and refreshing. "Wo have a beau
tiful view of the lake from all the rooms in tbe
house. The rates for rooms and board are rea-
Duunuic. x- vi t". ktuuMio auure&s me propne- f
tor. L L LENHART.BemusPolnt, Chant. Co.
. a. auu-zi-su
tS-Display adveriUemmU one. dollar par
ignore or one intertion. Claaified adverlUe
menU on this page tuch at Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, efo, ten cenlx per line for each inter
Hon, and none taken or lest than fifty cents.
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:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with Tas Dis
THOMAS MCCAFFREY. ZM Butler street.
FJUL G. STUCKEY, Mth street and Tenn ave.
E. G.bTUCKEYATfV. WvIIk - nrt PnltomL
H. bTOKELY. Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. yi. "WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER 4 BHEIBLEE,tbav. AAtwoodSt,
JACOB SPOHN. Nq. 2 Carson street.
H. A. DONALDSON. 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAEKCHEK, 5D Federal street.
H. J. McBRIOF, Federal and Ohio streets.
FRED H. EGGERS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGERS & SON. Ohio and Chestnnt its.
J. F. STEVEASON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. "W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PERRY M.GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
"W. W. FLOCKER, Stationer. No. i Grant ave.
"VTrA.NTED-.TVVO TINNERJI FOR IN AND
V outside wort. HEN Rr H1EILL, Butler, Pa.
WAcTEl-A FIRST-CLASS DRAFTSMAN
must have good reference. Address BOX
TTTANTEU CARPET UPHOLSTERER IN
VV town near Pittsbnrg. Apply to A. E.
WELLS & CO. se6-98
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS COATMAKER;
steady work; married man preferred. P.
SEEFORD, Nlles, O. ee7-82
WANTED-COLOBED BOY TO HELP AT
the Exposition. Apply at FLEISHMAN
&CO.'3. KMMartetst. seS-K
"TTJANTED-A GOOD AND EXPERIENCED
'LI"vlnastioe store: reference required. At
M7 FIFTH AVENUE, city. e7-71
VT7-ANTEU-BR0WN STONECUTTERS FOR
..:. building work. Call on or address A. H.
AMICK, Cumberland, Md. se8-ll
W"ANTED-200 MEN TO WORK ON STREET
railway. Apply to A. E. TOWNSEND, at
r rankstown, on Second ave. se7-58
WANTED MECHANICAL DRAFTSMAN
and machinist desires engagement. Ad-
v. &. u.. uispaicn omce.
TTTANTED ONE GOOD ALL-AROUND
,',' tianerat Jeannette; steady employment.
Call on GEO. EICHEU. Jeannette, Pa. se7-S7
TTTTANTED-A COACHMAN, MUST COME
T V well recommended, and make nlmself gen
erally nseful. Address P. O. BOX 162, City.
WANTED-3 PRACTICAL STAIRBUILDERS.
Apply C231 BROAD ST.. E. E., Pittsbnrg.
ADAMS, CROUE4IULMEB, E.E. Stair Works.
WANTEl-SALESMAN TO SELL GOODS BY
. sample: good salary paid. Write to CEN
TENNIALMFG. CO., Cincinnati, O., or Chicago.
WANTED-COLORED MAN TO "CARRY
the banner" In Allegheny. ALLEGHENY
HAT HO USE, 69 Federal st. Apply 9 A. M. Mon
"TT7-AMED-COACHMAN MUST BE FIRST
LY CLASS driver and not afraid of work; wages
V per week, with board. Address P. O. BOX 154,
"TTTANTED-A BOY ABOUT 14 YEARS OF
s V age: one accustomed to horses. Inquire at
ALFRED HARRISON'S, 4930 Ellsworth avenne.
WANTED 3 STAIRBUILDERS WHO ARE
good carpenters: must be union men. In
quire at STAIR SHOP, North and Irwin aves.,
WANTED-FOREMAN FOR MACHINE
shop, one mechanical draughtsman, ten
machinists, two pattern makers.
io, r utsuurg jr. u,
"VTJANTED-75 HOBbESHOERS, FIREMEN
VV and floormen. Apply at JOHN DORIS'
SHOP. Seventh street Pittsburg, Pa. Wages,
16 60 to 20 per week. au6-28
TIJANTED-SLATERS AT NEW LOCOMOTIVE
VV works, Altoona. Apply to JAMES OAR
RET, Philadelphia, or -on lob to BETH
WALMSLY, Foreman. se8-3
WANTED A REFINED, EDUCATED MAR
RIED gentleman to teach bookkeeping and
snort hand at a business college. Address
X. Y. Z., Dispatch office. ecS-29
WANTED -A GOOD. SOBER LATHE
hand, at once: must be a mechanic: steady
employment to right man. Apply BUTLEK
lire. CO., L1M., Butler, Pa. seS-14J
ANTED-A RELIABLE PARTY TO
vtv uauuie Biueime 10 ine naraware irnae in
Olio and Western Pennsylvania. Address, with
particulars, STEEL, Dispatch office. seS-13
ANTED DRIVER FOR TWO HORSES
Care of same and row unH o-pneml xmr nn
illnlace. Shadvside: references renntred. An.
pli, 12 to 1 and 4 to 5, 104 FOURTH AVE. se8-32
r ANTED AGENTS TO SELL OUR HOME.
tur AiHiu lamuy median cs; stead v work :
lake 812 to i: iper week. DR. O'KEEFE 4
Homeopathic Chemists, 31 x if th ave.
XITANTED-FARMER-ON A SMALL FARM,
VV with some knowledge of gardening, with a
wile who has experience In butter making; send
reforence. Address P. O. BOX 228, Pittsburg. Pa.
W ANTED-A FIRST-CLASS, RELIABLE AND
steady coatmaker to work In a nice neigh
boring town. Apply between 9 and 10 A. M. Mon
day at M. OFPENUEIMER & CO. '8, 713 Liber
ty St. 6e8-78
-TJANTED-A MECHANICAL DRAUGHTS
VV MAN, one familiar with blast furnace and
rolling mill work: a permanent position to a man
of experience. Address MACHINE CO., Dis
patch office. seS-127
WANTED-TWO RELIABLE MEN TO SELL
goods from a wagon; salary and commis
sion to those who can give good references. Ap
plTtoJNO. MCKEOWN, No. 635 Smlthfleld St.,
2nd floor front, city. seS-125
XTJANTED-AGENTS WITH SNAP FOR
VV best selling goods ever handled: no trash:
sales run from S2 50 to SI0 to a customer; S25 to (50
per week. CUNNINGHAM & TARR, Manor
vllle, Armstrong co. Pa. seS-144
WANTED -COMPETENT DRUG CLEBK
Glve age, exnerlem e, references and salary
demanded: must understand English and Ger
man. Address at onco SPENZER'S PHAR
MACY, 88 Garden St., Cleveland, O. se8-128
"TTTANTED-FOR THE UNITED STATES
V V army, 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.
WANTED-AN ENERGETIC YOUTH FOR
office work; one who lives with his parents
and can come well recommended: steady position
and advancement certain to suitable party. Ad
dress, in own handwriting, WARREN, Dispatch
WANTED BAD WRITERS AT SMART'S
ECLECTIC SHORTHAND AND BUSI
NESS COLLEGE. 4 Sixth St.: penmanship, book
keeping, arithmetic shorthand, typewriting thor
oughly taught for 35 per month: private instruc
tions lor both sexes; open dally 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
WANTED-AGENTS FOE THE MISSOURI
Washer which affords profitable business ;
It washes dirtiest clothes clean by hot steam with
out rubbing: arguments In lis favor are numerous
and convincing; easily sold; sent on two weeks
trial to be returned at my expense If not satisfac
tory: write for Illustrated circular and terms. J.
W OR III. 51 Beekman St.. N. Y. Je30-74-Su
WANTED-GEN ER AL AND LOCAL AGENTS
to handle the New Patent Chemical Ink
Erasing Pencil: greatest novelty ever produced;
erases Ink In two seconds: no abrasion of paper:
200 to 500 per cent profit: one agent's sales amounted
to $620 In six days another (32 in six hours; terri
tory absolutely free: salary to good men: noladlcs
need answer; sample 35 cts. For terms and full
particulars address THEMONBOE ERASER CO.,
Manufacturers, La Crosse, Wis.. se6-78
WANTED-FIRSr-CLASS BARBERS: ALSO
wanted barbers to know that we have our
great furniture salesroom still open for inspec
tions prove that wc are the onlv manufacturers
in Western Penna.; we occupy 5 floors and 5 num
bers, and we will be pleased to show any barbers
that may call and convince themselves of tbe
truth of our statement. A. ELLIS & CO., Lead
ing Manufacturers of Barbers' Supplies- and Fur
niture: successors to S. Dclp; formerly 80
Diamond, now 502, 504, 506, 508 and 510 Liberty st.
address to take charge ol display at Expo
sition. Address with residence, II.. Dispatch
office. se 8-124
WANTED MILLINER A GOOD CITY
trimmer to work In McKeesport. Will meet
vou at J. D. BERND'S, No. S17 Liberty St.,
Tuesday, 10 A.M. Be8-18
W ANTED-A PROTESTANT GIRL AS NUR
SERY governess, who can do neat sewing,
amnec children, assist them with their lessons,
ana make herself generally useful with tho care of
Jbem. Address GOVERNESS, Dispatch office,
Fittsburg, Pa. se.i-55
WANTED-FOB WORK IN CONNECTION
With onr art den&rtment. a l&rivnf refine
ment and superior education; one of business
ability and some knowledge of art preferred: sal.
luge oi art nreierrea: sai
after 10 Monday. NO. S
airiiz n.. wa.v noil mrtt
I SEVENTH AVE.,' room 18.
TrANTED-WOMAN COOK AN D TWO GIRLS
V V at HOTEL DJSLANEY, Second and Market
XTT ANTED --A FIRST-CLASS COOK AND A
J, , food chambermaid. Inquire at UOSHEF
FIELDST.. Allegheny, e8-l3
WANTED -GOOD GIRL FOE GENERAL,
housework In small family; reference re
quired. 277 WESTERN AVEN VE. Allegheny.
WANTED-LADY STENOGRAPHER AND
typewriter must bare her own machine;
state salary expected. H,G. E,, Dispatch office.
Stale and .lfemale Heln.
WAN TED-LADIES AND GENTLEMEN TO
work furnished by mail an v distance. Address,
with stamp.. CBYBTALIZED PHOTO CO.. 112
W. Sixth street, Cincinnati, O. seS-S7
WANTED-POSITION AS TIME KEEPER;
good reference. Address TEMFUS, Dis-
patcu omce. scS-155
ANTED SITUATION AS GOVERNESS
. to tcsch frcncli. Address MERCY CON-
VENT, Webster and Tunnel sti. se7-58
ANTED-A POSITION IN EITHER STORE
. or saloon, by voung German, who has been
In this country 2 years. Address 2S2IJANEST.,
WANTED-BY A DRUGGIST OF 12 YEARS'
experience, a position as manager or pro
scription clerk: best of references: country or
city. Address S. W.T., Dispatch office. se-l
WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN WHO HAS
had a business experience of 13 years a
situation as a collector or a position of trnst out
side: win famish bond and horse and baggy. Ad
dress E. R., Dispatch office. se8-12Z
WANTED BY A FIRST-CLASS WORK
MAN, a situation as plater: can do all kinds
of plating, gold, sliver, nickel and bronze: also glid
ing watebmovementand Jewelry: good references.
Address 82 PERRY bf., Allegheny. se8-C0
WANTED-PAHTNER IN MANUFACTUR
ING bnslnesa with 13,000 cash. Address
J . K., Dispatch office. seS-133
Boarders and Lodgers.
TiTAN TED OCCUPANTS FOB LARGE.
VV pleasant front or back room at 45 WAS11-
1NGTON ST., Allegheny.
WANTED-OCGUFANTS FOR FURNISHED
or unfurnished rooms, with board: refer
ences exchanged. Apply No. 60 BID WELL ST.
WANTED OCCUPANTS FOR LARGE,
well-furnished rooms, facing parks; con
venient to Pittsbnrg and Exposition. 43 MONT
GOMERY AVE..-Allegheny. sea-Si
TTTANTED-TO LOAN MONEY AT 4V, S AND
V 6 per cent free ot tax. W. C STEWART;
14 Fonrtli ave. ' Ja20-2-sc
TTTANTED-MORTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
VV In sums to snlt at i, i and 6 per cent.
ALiL.ES & bailex, JHTounn ave. lei. 1G7.
ANTED YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
dozen (13) of Stewart & Co. 's fine cabinet
photos for II, at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
In large and small amounts at 4H. 5 and 8
per cent, ircc oi .Biaieiax: no aeiay. H&Z.U a.
COVLE& CO.. 131 Fourth ave.
WANTED-MORTGAGE3 IN LARGE OR
small amounts on Improved city or Alle
gheny countyproperty at lowest market rates.
THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth ave.
WANTED MOKTGAOES-ll. CCO. COOTO LOAN
on city and snbnrban properties at 4K Sand
opvrccuu Buuvn isnua m AUCEueariaa aoja-
cent counties at Cper cent.
1. JU. 1'JNNUUli. i
Dua, iu c ourin avenne.
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY WE HAVE
over one million dollars to loan on city and
suburban property at V per cent; no tax: we
will also loan money on improved farms in Alle
gheny, Beaver. Fayette. Washington and West
moreland conntles;any marketable security taken
for loans of any amount. BLACK & BAIRD. 95
Fourth ave. Je3-a9-su
-fTTANTED-A FEW PRIVATE EVENING
VV lessons in Plttman's shorthand. Address
II. A. X., Dispatch office. seS-17
WANTED-EYERYBODY TO SEND THEIR
furniture needing upholstering, repairing
and rennlshlng to HAUGU A KEENAN, 33 and
34 Water St. 'Phone ISM. aul4
TTTANTED PHOTOGRAPHERS AND
VV agentsto know that we make crayons at
the lowest rates: send for Prices.
uniua uu., mi smitnneia st.
WANTED-PERSOSTO JOIN AN ELGIN
Watch Club and to pay 31 per week on fine
gold watches drawn each week; call at once.
JOHN M1TSCH, 130 Federal St., Allegheny.
WANTED TO BUY AND SELL FANCY
dogs, especially pups, such as pugs. French
poodles, skye terriers, blaek and tan and New
foundlands. ESPICU'S, W0 Smithfield street. '
WANTED-TO STAIfT A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BERS to secure a line gold watch for each
one In the club at SI 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX 501, and I will call and snow you the watch.
WANTED-ALL UNION COOPERS TO
know that a strike Is In progress at Dolan's
Cooper Shop. Twenty-sixth street. Sonthslde, for
Just cause. WILLIAM BURN and JOHN SMITH,
Committee, K. of L., 1862. seS-142
-rrTANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
VV TOGRAPHER, 96 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Alleghenr, everybody to
know that be Is making line cabinets at f 1 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: instan
taneous process. mhl3-G3
TTT"A N T E D KNOWLEDGE OF JOnN
VV MOORE, who left home on July 26, 1889: Is
15 years of age, has an Impediment In ills speech.
Any Information relative to him will be thank
fully received and suitably rewarded by his
father, THOMAS MOORE, Homewood, Pitts
burg. Pa. seS-31
FOB SALE IMPROVED UBAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-SOUTHERN AVE., MT. WASH
INGTON. 3-story frame; 8 rooms and store
room; this can be bought at a bargain: lot 24x143.
J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond st. seS-lll-TTSSu
TJIOR SALE BLUFF
ST.. NEAR COLLEGE.
A.' new brick bouse,
O a.... . ,..,1 1 .....
finished basement; all late improvements; lot 23
ft. 9 in. by 133 ft.: terms to suit. ROBT. COW
ARD, No. 20 BluQ St. aul-87-TTSSU
FOR SALE-WYL1E AVE.-NEAR DAVIS
street. 2-story and mansard brick dwelling
7 rooms, bath and laundry, n. and a. gas; every
thing In first-class condition; lot 23x100. J. C.
REILLY, 77 Diamond st. scS-lll-TTSStt
FOR SALE-LANG AVE.BBICK AND MAN
SARD roof dwelling: 7 rooms, hall, batb,
range, h. and c. water, norches, perfect sewerage;
lot2.xl23: low price and terms to snlt. J. R.
COOPER & CO., 1C7 Fourth ave. seS-CS
FOR SALE VIRGINIA AVE., MT. WASH
INGTON, new and neat frame bonse, 6
rooms, hall, porches, etc. ; nice location; shrub
bery, etc. ; lot 30x150; cheap and easy terms. J.
R. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave. se3-63
FOR SALE-S2,650-TEKM3 800 CASH, BAL.
to suit, buvsS nice brick houses ot 3 large
rooms each; good cellars, side alley, nice pat ed
yards; will rent for S30 per month. Tustln St.. near
Marlon St., Sixth ward., ALLES BAILEY. 164
Fourth ave. Tel. 187. se7-45-wssu
FOR SALE-LOT 20xllOCARNEGlE AVE.
cheap, brick house 6 rooms, ball, attic bath,
laundry . Inside w. c.bot and cold water, furnace,
etc.: lot 20x107, Washington st., fiooo. New
frame house 10 rooms, reception hall, laundry,
bath, inside w. c.hotand cold water,tllo hearths,
slate mantels, etc., lot 45x125, Eveline t., (5,500.
D. BEHEN & SON, 4112 Penn ave. seS-2
FOR 8ALE-BY CHARLES SOMERS & CO., 313
Wood street, on "lownsend street, most de
sirable location on the street- an excellent three
story brick house, commodious and complete,
large rooms, wide halls, double parlors, batb,
laundry, closets, wardrobes, dry cellar, both
gases, hot and cold water tnrougbont; large lot
handsomely shaded, bard walks, stable and car
riage house: a most desirable property and a great
lnvestmentat the price, (6,000. seS-110
East 'End Residences.
FOR SALE-$30,0C0NEW AND SUBSTAN
TIAL brick residence, containing 12 large
rooms and all conveniences; lot 114x4U)ft:thlsls
one of the finest located and cheapest pieces of
property In Shadyslde. W. C. STEWART, 114
Fourth ave. au25-ll-su
FOR 8ALE ON O'HAHA ST.. NEAR WAL
NUT St., lot 42x130; good frame house of 8
rooms, bathroom, basement laundry, elegant
front and Bide porch, good neighborhood: 5 mln
ntesfrom Fifth ave. cable; (7,500. THOS. LIG
GETT, No. 114 Fourth ave. sel-SS-TTSSn
FOR SALE ON MEADOW ST., NEAR
Larimer ave., lot- 42x150, good two-story
frame cottage house or 5 rooms, hall and front
porch: good dry cellar underwholehouse; natural
as, hot and cold water; elegant drainage: very
eslrabie In tvery respect: about 10 minutes' walk
from either line of cable cars or East Liberty sta
tion; 33,500. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth
OR SALE-ON CENTER AVE.. NEAR BAR
TON st.. Shadyslde, lot 60x213 to a 50-ft. st.,
elegant brick house, reception hall. parlor, dining
room and kitchen on first flour: 4 good bed rooms
and bathroom on second ioor; stationary wash
stands, etc.: 3 large rooms and cedar closets in
attic: hardwood mantels, etc.; good frame stable
and carriage house; (21,500. THOS. LIGGETT,
No. 114 Fourth ave. ' se3-82-WF8Su
FOR SALE-ON COB. PENN AND LINDEN
avenues, lot 48x179; elegant brick house,
almost new, reception hall, parlor, library, din
ing room, kitchen and large pantry on first floor;
i good bedrooms and bathroom on second floor;
large furnished attic and cedar closet, electric
bells, sliding doors, elegant front porch and line
neighborhood, offered at a bargain. THOS.
LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth are. sc3-8J-Tiesu
FOR SALE-COR. ELWOOD AND EDWIN
sts., lot 89 f- front. 120 It. deep and 21 ft.
wide at rear, new frame houso of 8 rooms, recep
tion hall, bathroom, basement laundry, stationary
tubs, cemented cellar, elegant frunt and side
Eorcbes, hardwood mantels, sliding doors, tile
earths, electric call bells, etc : everything com
plete; one square from South Hlland ave. : elegant
neighborhood;onlyt8,730. THOB. LIGGETT. No.
114 Fourth ave, se3-82--wrssu
F0K (ULE-IMFKSYB0 XKAI. vMUR.
East Bad KetUeBoev .
FOR SALE-KMC-BtjaSTANTIAL BRICf
dwellinic containing S rooms and alt conven
iences, well located la 8nadilde. if. C. STEW
ART, IH Fourth ave. sel-l-sa
SALE-WARD ST.. OAKLAND. AN
elesrants-storvfrfttna riwJllnr? s roams sihI
finished attic; ntt. tast a very desirable loeaitty;
large lot. J. a BRILL Y, 77 Diamond .
T710R ,SALE-sa,O50-NEW QUEEN ANNE
J brick dwelling, containing lereosM aadall
eovenlences:lots7xMS; too best property fsrtfee
money In Shadyslde. W. C. IJTEWABT, .114
Foarth ave. aaX-H-So
TRIOR SALE-CO RNEK LOT ON O'HAKA ST.
36x114: roMfnm. hnnuiAf Snvnniinrtlttl!
ood dry cellar-natural sris, etc.; convenient to
oth steam and cable ears r St. 080. THOB. LIG-
iaj-m. f ... . ' Ti
U4.4.A. .no, iH foarin ave.
F OR BALE-SMLMO-ELEOANT BRICK RESI
DENCE, containing U rooms iDd-all im
provements: lot 87x203 ft. desirably located on
2P?.S'J!!e flnest pavedavenues of East End. "W,
C. STEWART. 114 Fourth ave. Iau36-U-Sul
FOB SALE-lll.CCO. ON EASY PAYMENTS: A
new Queen Anne brick dwelling, containing
13 rooms, all conveniences, fine gas fixtures, and
Is elegantly papered: lot 5x175 feett located in the
heart or tbe East End. on one of the mln avenue.
W. C. STEWART, 114 Fonrtb ave. all-68-sn
FOR SALE-S&7D0-TERMS, H.7B0CASH, BAL
ANCE to suit purchaser; a new and sub
stantial brick dwelling (not occupied), containing
8 rooms, bath and all conveniences, lot 26x1
feet; located on paved and sewered avenue, Oak
land: this property has been held at to. 600: must
be sold at once. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth
FOR SALE-WEBSTER AVE., NEAR FUL
TON st., a very- desirable 2-story brick; 8
rooms and larre
storeroom; price low,
C. RE1LLY, 77 Diamond St.
FOB flALE-3-BTORY BRICK HOUSE
Fourth ward. Allegheny. 9 rooms, bath
room, lavatory, large wide balls; vestibule.-honie.
very complete and In good repair: wUl pay 10 per
cent on Investment; price fS,0M. W. TV. MC
NEILL A BRO., 105 Fourth ave. seS-98
FOR 8 ALE-J8. C00-THAT ELEGANT NEW
and substantial press brick dwelling (never
occupied), containing 9 rooms, batb, stationary
washstands, laundry, cement cellar and all im
provements, located on Ackley st., head ot
Monterey t., Allegheny. W. C. STEWART. 114
Fourth aye. ap21-l-su
.. ona good ave. in Allegheny; brick dwelling
of7rooms. nnlshed attic hall, bath, range, china
rlosets. marble mantels in all the rooms, inside
shutters, nat. and art. gas, stable, paved walks,
shrubbery, etc.; lot 30x127. a rare chance. J.B.
COOPER & CO.v 107 Fourth ave. seS-63
FOR 8ALE-BIDDLE ST., WILK1N8BURG,
convenient to station; only (3,500; new
frame bouse 7 rooms: natural gas and sewerage;
lot 52x120; very easy terms. J. K. COOPER
CO., 107 Fourth ave. se-68
FOR SALE-BY CHARLES SOJIERS4 CO., 313
Wood at., choice houses and Investments:
houses of 4 to 10 rooms. Brushton. Wllklnsbnrg.
Oakland. East Liberty. Hazelwood. Allegheny
and throughout both cities and suburbs: bnlldlntr
lots, acre tracts, and select plots of ground In all
directions within and beyond tne city limits; call,
telephone or write us. for list of properties: tele
phone 1042. seS-110
FOU SALE LOTH.
CI tr Lota.
pOB SALE-LOTS ONBLUFF AND VICKBOY
.- bis., near couege; tern
FOR SALE-LOTS ON SOUTHERN AVE.
Mt. Washington, two very desirable ones at
300 each. J. C. REILLY. 77 Diamond St.
Enst End Lots.
FOB SALE-J1.800-THE FINEST BUILDING
site in Shadyslde. W. C. STEWART. 114
TT'OR SALE-13, 003-50x123 FEET ON NEOLEY
a.- aTenne, near venter.
C. STEWART. 114
FOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN-U4X173 FEET,
desirably- located In Shadyslde. W. C
STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. sel-13-8U
FOB SALE-ON SOUTH HILAND AVE.,
near Walnut St.. lot 40x120 to 20-ft. sewered
alley; elegant neighborhood; only Si, ICO If sold at
once, THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-IN NEIGHBORHOOD OF LATE
William Carr's residence (Point Breeze), nice
building lots, handy to cable and P. IL R.. from
Mo0 each and npward. MELLON BROTHERS,
6349 Station St.. E. E. se-113-TuSa
FOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL LOTS 23x120: ONLY
3 miles from postofflce: fare 4 cents: close to
station: pure air; abundance of water, forf75and
upward :85 down and 75 cents per week: come to
office for free ride to the ground. MACAW
GOFF, 14S Fourth ave. se8-S3-TSu
FOR SALE-TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE
low prices at which we ofler flnest building
sites between Hlland and Jicgley aves.; property
in this location Is advancing rapidly on account
of the bulldlnar of the Hlland Park cable line.
MELLON BROTHERS, GH9 Station St., E. E.
FOR SALE-BAUM GBOVE LOTS. ROUP
station, and near both cable lines; this Is tbe
most aesiranie ana central location In tne East
End: wide flasrstone sidewalks through the whole
plan. Secure colored plan from MELLON BROS..
East End. or JOHN F. BAXTER, Agent. S12
Smlthfleld street. ses-102-wsu
FOR SALE -NEW FA1R.MOUNT AVE.,
flnest East End building site, handy to cable
UneandP. R. R.. about 4 acres of land at&OOO
Fier acre, which can be divided Into lots, which
orbeantyof location and surroundings cannot
be surpassed: special terms to anyone taking as a
whole. MELLON BROTHERS, 6349 Station St.,
E. E. seS-I15-WSu
FOR SALE-ONLY S0 CASH. BALANCE ON
easy payments, will buy a lot 60x150 feet to an
alley In the McComb's grove plan, which Is one ot
the roost beautifully located plans of lots In the
East End. being lit Shadyslde (Squirrel Hill dis
trict). In a neighborhood that Is strictly first
class: the new electric road, which will be In
operation in October, passes this property: it is
within 10 minutes' walk of Fifth avennecable cars
and bnt a few steps from the proposed park. Sold
subject to building restriction at prices ranging
from (1,000 to 1.50uperlot. Call and set a plan.
If you want to see tbeprppsrty, taxe Fifth avenne
cable car, get ofT at Wllklns ave. and walk to
Wlghtman st. W. C STEW ART, U4 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-LOTS AT GLENWOOD, NEAR
tbe station; graded streets, sidewalks, city
water, honses and lots lor sale tl.SoO. 31,750. 32,000,
ten per cent cash, balance on monthly payments:
Second Ave. Electric Railway will pass In front of
these lots; B. & O. Railroad fare monthly tickets,
5Jf cents per trip: 12 minutes from Smithfield st.
GEORGE C. F.UBGW1N, 150 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-LOTS IN THEHIBR FEILBACH
plan, on West Penn R. B.. between Willow
Grove and Bennet stations, at (200 and upward;
easy terms. THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-BRUSHTON-GRAZ1EB STREET,
2 lots, 25x100 each; fruit trees, grape har
bors, pure water; 2 frame bouses, 4 and 5 rooms
nice little homes: all for 81,800 to prompt pur
chaser. CHARLES SOMERS & CO., 313 Wood St.
17IOR SALE 160 ACRES, GOOD TITLE. BEST
1 land in Dakota; well situated; price, only
$ttu casn.or sv on lime: owing to aeatn or xorm er
owner tbe place must be sold: wonld exchange for
good city property. FHANKM. BOSS. 127 Pearl
st.. city. ses-113-Tusu
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
FOR SALE-BY CHARLES SOMERS & CO., 313
Atwood street, near Bates, two-story and man
sard, pressed brick, 8 rooms, attic bath, laundry:
a perfect house with every appliance for comfort,
convenience and beauty: ground 40xl0u; for a
choice home look at this.
(4,000 Arch street, a good bouse of six rooms,
large yard, dry cellar, choice surroundings, de
(2.200-Good brick house. Eleventh ward, near
Central Traction road, now rented, paying 10 per
cent net; value steadily Increasing.
Good lots on Benton ave., Allegheny, at (200 to
(500 each; tbe best property In Allegheny for the
Good 6-room brick house, Forbes street, choice
location: price verr low. se8-uo
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, itc
FOR SALE BAROUCHE: PLATE GLASS
front; used but little. T. S. O'NEAL & CO.,
6821 Penn av. se3-4l-rrrsu
FOR SALE-MATCHED TEAM BAY MARES
yonng. sound, speedy and stylish. X. 11.,
Dispatch office. 668-131
FOR SALE A CABLOAD OF FRESH MILK
cows, on Monday, Sept. 9, at 43 ilrst St., Al
legheny. M. MARX. seg-1
OR SALE-R50-PONY. HARNESS AND
cart: Is new and the handsomest turnout in
the East End: reason for selling, owncrleavesthe
city. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. Jy7-10-su
SALE-VERY HANDSOME GRAY
6 years old. wetzbt 1.125: nerfeetlv
sound and gentle, fearless of steam, well brokeu
tosingieoruonoienarness; price (175. WM. A.
SIPE, 93 Diamond SL se6-63-FSu
FOR SALE A HANDSOME ROADSTER,
dark bay; black points: 1W bands: weight
aboutten hundred; well bred: scare at nothing;
trot 2:40 gait; sound: 8 years old: safe for lady to
drive: sell cheap for want of use. Address
ROADSTER. Dispatch office. seS-123
machinery nnn Metals.
FOR SALE-13 HORSE POWER ENGINE AND
8 ft, upright boiler; running order; KOO. Ad
dress EN GIN E, Dispatch office. se8-5
IOB SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
and refitted: renalrlnrnromntlv attended to.
.nn.nn n.....i'..f. . ...r. . .t..i -.r-. --.-
runiJ!.axuuniJtti a.ix31AUU1N J13J,
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa.
ilifMi Mill , .,,
TTHHC e) ALS-IIMM SfOMMrtfl 9
X' in me oity;
address a. a.
ttwimn, i nu avcu-
-T7WK SALTWANTED TO SILL
A' lwhed piusMiar
LletHED pmasour M aw llttag
ln a good towa of
, isMoinso, asM
other IM i ton
oaireorL. w. .,
TTKIR SALK-OJTX OF
I rroaarr ilsm Is tHK BUT:
llsbedyer: rtxik is stew, fres asMTsMtc
trolled brssvUt MtMMlltlMlsBsasM
vllnlty : beat or isanas glveu fr nsjjma at a sum
riee. Calt-oa'or mMnm No. ri,PUJtL ST.,
etty. Noae bat IXw meaatag bsashsey ayd ay.
p4y. , swtMnsMsfr
TTKJR SALB-Omt OF THE FINEST AVU)J
JD EST ettaallsfced reUUbaHn wm tm nttiiitv,
Ulooatedla the hearts the etty: slwkltMsriai
not controlled by styl: will la-matary aVtsst ML'
B. This is as eleat opyortantty ArsirHe.
X? beartnag house, ebolee chests atvosanr Sssspm..
confectioneries, dryfoods asrf mtt,
furnUaed boase for rooiers. very mmMMs; shoo
bakery and eoafeetlosery, cigar seeafit, fat MBit.
feed store, nsx depot, shoe stores. sWisg smsos,
butcher shoe, aad sou v othtr
Free particular, bHUVAUDA
TTICtS' SALE-t-STOHY MtON-CLAD BfKBW
IN O.2&X80. with lease.
0, 2&X80, with lease, Mta,b4lrWaMtBl
terms reasottabie. laqaire 2WJHCALL'
rr., city. s4-ff
TTOK BALE-HUTBL-36 BOOMS.
j-, sua improveaenu; la
on prominent railroad near PHteaaar.
particulars from ALLES X BAILEY, MM
ave. .iet.. jw.
fTlOB SALE-FOUNDKT MACH
jl rnnniBg whs gnoa trade; a
specialties too: elegiWy sllewted;
reasons inr seiiiBg. principals
BUSINESS. P. O. Box Isl. city.
TTtOB SALE SEVERAL PIECC8 (M rWf
J ESTY on Fourth ave.: alo a xtaasaaroC
pieces ou Pens ave., SmlthieW sc imkT osVer
food streets: wHI take pleasure In otvksg Mtaaktw
lcnlars and showing surveys to parties duriHuir
to purchase. W. C STEWABT. lfr Voertts avt
LET FORTY-FirrH ST, A
brick corner business stand. contatBlwr Isa
storeroom-9dwedllntf rooms- halL ..
and shelving complete: srood oneninK let
or batcher: rent verr low. L. o. rlUM
Forty-flfth and Butler sts. seS--nsa
TO LET-FIVEKESIDENfJEON PENX AVE.. -between
Eighth and Ninth streMs, of Is)
rooms, batb and all modern Improvements, sta
tionary washstxnds with hot and cold water ha
every roomtwlU rent furnished or uafarnkhediia
elegant location for boarders and roooors: soeel
stable on rear of lot: rent reasonable. See KEBD
B. COYLEi CO., IS Fourth ave. seS-tt
East End KeadaeDCca.
rrtO LET-ON PENN" AVE.. NEAB BEBBCCA
JL st.. East End, desirable and coavealest
brick house of 7 rooms, bathroom, etc.; reduced
rent till April L THOS. LIGGETT. No. U4. '
Fourth ave. seS-ffi-wrssa
TO LET-FURNISHED EOOM-INQUTKE AT"-".?-313
PENN AVE, city. sesWtt, - 4
TO LET-FOUR BOOMS ON SECOND FLOOR.
No. 49 Chestnut st. Inquire 421 OHIO ST
Allegheny City. seS-MS
TO LET FOUR VERY NICE ROOMS, UN FUR
NISHED, on Second floor facing Fifth ave..
both gases and bath: private family. Address J.
. W., Dispatch office. ses-13B
TO LET FURNISHED BOOMS. WITH
kitchen; ice furnished, sewing machines,
folding beds, etc ; washing done by us; S3 73 to
S5. 41 LOGAN ST., near Wjlie. seS-7S
TO LET-LARGE HANDSOMELY FURNISH
ED front room, every convenience, suitable)
for gentleman and wife or two gentlemen: con
venient to postofflce. No.S78EVENTHAVE
rpO LET-A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED
JL parlor and second-story back room, near
Parks and Pleasant Valley can. Irwin ave. tall.
conveniences; reference required. Addressy
ALPHA, Dispatch office. se3-138
Offices. Desk Room, etc
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, twoortha
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be found In the.
city; rent, 200andf300 per annum. Including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam heating.
Apply between 10 A. it. and 1 P. jr., or between
2 and 4 P.M. Jy23-CT
PERSONAL-BOOKS! BOOKS I BOOKS!
New and old, ancient and Kouern. standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30.000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 860
Liberty St. au3-93
PERSONAL FRENCH LESSONS ALSO
Latin. Greek, literature, sciences, tanrht by
a French gentleman (M. A.. B. S..LL. D.. Paris),
late array tutor in England: terms moderate. Ad
dress PARISIAN, Dispatch office. seS-91
PERSONAL-SUPERFLUOUS HAIR ON THE
female race destroyed forever without pain,
scar, shock, trace, or injury by The Electrics
Needle Operation, by Dr. J. van Dyck, surzeon.
Philadelphia. Dr. van Dyck visits Pittsburg;
once a month: special terms to all who make en
gagements this month: never falls; book free.
For particulars, address DR. J. VAN DYCK. 49
N. Eleventh street. Philadelphia, seS-3
PERSONAL YOUNG. MIDDLE-AGED, OLD
men and women doubt not: doubt has killed
its thousands and prejndlce has led tens of thous
ands to tbe slaughter: despair not whatever your
afflictions may be. only call on Dr. Griffith Drng
Company for renewed health : think for a moment!
why should the afflicted not give way to reason
and afford a fair trial to the world-known Ta-va-zon
Remedies or DR. GRIFFITH. 301 to 307 Grant
street. Flttsburg, Pa. send stamp for "Herald
of Health." Go now, be cured! Established 34
years. , seS-149
LOST A BUNCH OF KEYS-FINDER WILL
be rewarded by leaving same atSIS Market
st McCllntock bid., Pittsbnrg, Pa. JOHN L.
LOST-GOLD RING WITH INITIALS IL H.B.
T.. In German text, ensrravedln setting: only
appreciated by owner, as It was gift from dead
friend. Please return toll WEST DIAMONDST..
Allegheny City-, and receive reward. aeS-lflT
TJiINE TURKISH PARLOR SUIT, PIANO
JD forte, oak and walnut chamber furniture,
carpets, curtains, etc removed from an Ease
End residence to tbe rooms. No. 311 Market sc,
for convenience of sale, TUESDAY MORN
ING. September 10, 10 o'clock. Walnut and
oak chamber suits, mirror door wardrobe, pier
mirror, cbeval glas. bedsteads, bureaus, wash
stands, hair and husk mattresses, pillows and
bolsters, pictures, cbeffonlers, cabinet, folding1
bed, secretary desk, fine walnut bookcases, fins
drugget, Turkish carpet and fine plush parlor
suit, pianoforte, bair cloth chairs and lounge,
toilet ware, leather chairs, hallrack, sideboard,
fine dinner set, china closet, extension table,
rugs, brussels and ingrain carpets, lace cur
tains, laundry and kitchen goods, etc: also
three very fine parlor suits: one In English rug;
one in French tapestry and tbe other in English
crushed plush. Owner leavine city. Goods
must positively be sold. HENRY AUCTION
CO.. LIM., Auctioneer. seS-iei
OIL LAHD FOR SALE.
On SEPTEMBER IS, 1SS9, between 1 and 3
o'clock P. M., at Court House, Fremont, O.. I
will sell SO acres of oil land situated in the Glb
sonburg oil field, and about lmiles nearly dua
north of Gibsonburjr. Sandusky county, Oand
abont one mile northeast, on angle of about 45,
from famous Shoemaker 800-barrel flowing oil
well, said laud being known as Fisher farm.
For further particulars Inquire of
S. C. GARVER. Administrator,
se6-3 Fremont, O.
pRAND PICNIC. '
For a good time go to the grand picnic given
by tbe British-American Band at Sningisa
MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 9. 1889.
The steamer Mayflower will leave the foot of
"Wood street every half hour. Round trip. 25c
Admission to grove. 50c Ladies free to grove.
Refreshments can be had on tbe grounds.
150 BUILDING LOTS.
We offer for sale at low prices and on terms)
to suit purchasers, 150 lots in the Vilsact heirs
property, situated at the junction of the Butler
Turnpike and Township Road, close to Spang;
Chalfant & Co's. mills at Etna station, Pitts
burg and Western railroad.
These lots lay well, are convenient to station,
mills, etc., and will rapidly increase in valno.
Call early and get first choice.
STRAUB & MORRIS.
106 Third avenue, corner Wood St.
1VX VEGETABLE AND POULTRYSTAND
supplies all the city hotels: housewives will
find it to their advantage to deal with him.
Telephone 54. 123 DIAMOND MARKET,
TO EUROPE WE SELL TICKETS FOR
the leading lines, secure berths and pass
ports, issue drafts, letters of credit and money
orders, and sell foreign com at N. Y. rates,
MAX SCHAUBKRG & CO., 627 Smithfield st
Pittsburg, , au21-U-wsu.