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THE PITTSBUKG- "DISPATCH,' 'MONDAY,' SEPTEMBER 19;R188SS
COMER STONE LAID.
Service Performed Over the
Bising Catholic Church.
IK THE BOROUGH OP CHARTIERS.
Hibernians fumed Ont and Father Sheedy
P reached the Sermon.
MOKE TEAN 3,000 SAW THE CEREMOKT
The corner stone of the new Catholic
Church and school at Chartiers was laid
yesterday by "Bishop Phelan in the presence
of a large concourse ol people. A special
train on the Late Erie Railroad conveyed
great numbers to Chartiers, and it is Ions
since the little town echoed with the tramp
of so many feet,
Three companies of the Hibernian Rifles,
under Major Coyne, Quartermaster O'Don
nell and Lieutenant Callaghan, were drawn
up at the railway station to await Bishop
Phelan's arrival. Every other window was
gaily decorated with the national flags, of
all sizes, and here and there the emerald
emblem of Ireland peeped unobtrusively
from behind its more gaudy neighbor.
The Bishop drove in a close carriage, at
tended by Fathers Cosgrove and Sheedy;
and guarded by a detachment of theKnigbts
of St. George. A procession was then
formed, consisting of the Knights of St.
George, the St. James and St Martin
Young Men's Societies, numbering about
50; Division 19, A. O. H., of Temperance
ville, and a delegation from the C. M. B.
A., with the Hibernian Bifles bringing up
the rear. The Hibernian Band and the
Knights of St. George Band nlayed alter
nately on the march from the town, along
Main street to the site of the new building.
The Hibernians looked a gallant body or
men, indeed, as with
"Files arrayed, in helm and blade
And plumes in the gay wind dancing,"
they strode stoutly In the wake of the
The episcopal party were met at the steps
of the platform and escorted to their seats
bv the Reception Committee, consisting of
J. P. Cowan, D. Hurley, F. Launinger, J.
H. Linsler and W. P. Lamb.
Among the clergy present besides Bishop
Phelan were Rev. J. A. Cosgrave, Rev. T. Cor
coran, Rev. O. P. Gallagher, Rev. S. T.
Schramb. Rev. M. M. Sheedy, Kev. L Kane,
Rev. R. Tobin, Rev. "W. Graham, Rev. D. J.
Gallagher, Rev. Joseph Voght, Rev. Father
Foley and Rev. Father Bexnardrae.
FATHEB SHEEDT'S DISCOTJBSE.
Bev. Morgan M. Sheedy, rising to preach
the introductory sermon, said that the oc
casion forcibly recalled to his mind a text
taken from the Book of Proverbs, namely,
"Wisdom bath built herself a house." In
the text the builder alluded to was God
Himself, the edifice which He built was but
the manifestation of His own power. God
in creating the vast universe bad laid the
foundations of a house. For six days and
six nights that house kept steadily "rising
from its foundations, till it was finally com
pleted in all its greatness and beauty. But
its greatness and beauty only faintly shad
owed forth a greater honse to be built the
wondrous mystery of the immaculate con
ception of Christ. By this work of eternal
wisdom, this second house, the "'Word -was
made flesh," and our Redeemer came among
Tet another house was founded by the
supernal wisdom the great Christian re
ligion, which Christ instituted in the ever
memorable words, "Thou art Peter, and
upon this rock I shall build My church."
Every century, every generation, brought
this latest house nearer to completion and
perfection. God Himself was the mighty
architect of this building; His laborers were
the apostles and disciples. .The foreman of
His works, the chief pastor of His new
boose. He selected in St. Peter. He prom
ised that neither the powers of darkness,
nor the machinations of earthly enemies
should prevail against His church. No
storms would ever be able to shake the edi
fice which the Deity himself had raised.
Most of the audience were inmates of that
great house. They should be indeed grate
ful for such a privilege.
Father Sheedy then compared the erection
of the Almighty's house with the humble
structures that His children were building
in His honor the world over, and more es
pecially to the little church of Chartiers,
which would soon rise from its foundations.
ST. CATHERINE THE PATKON.
The new church was to be under the
patronage of St Catherine. The old would
find its walls a haven of rest and peace; the
young folks would learn their religion be
neath its roof while they conned their daily
tasks. They would there obtain that in
struction which leads to lile eternal, and
would be strengthened and armed for the
great strife of the world; they would learn a
gospel which is the safeguard of society, and
the true answer to the skeptic and the
doubter. It was a gospel which countless
sajjes had shed their blood for and spent
their lives in upholding.
The conclusion of Father Sheedy's mas
terly discourse was occupied with "an elo
quent benediction upon the future church,
and a prayer for its weal and prosperity
The ceremony of blessing the church walls
was then performed by the Bishop, assisted
by all the clergy present, singing psalms as
they passed round the foundations, The
cornerstone was then laid. The following
names, inscribed upon sheets of paper, were
inserted beneath the stone: Leo XIIL,. Su
preme Pontiff; President Benjamin Har
rison, Governor Beaver, Mayor McCallin,
Bishop Tuigg and Bishop Phelan.
The stone being laid, another nrocession
was made round the church, the ceremonies
concluding with the Psalm, "Laudate
The Bishop then left the gitfunds, and
the crowd, which numbered over 3,000,
broke up and scattered in every direction.
The bands played stirring airs along the
road back to the station, and the strictest
order was observed.
Rev. Q. A Cosgrave, of Temperaneeville,
will take the pastoral charge of St Cather
ine's for the present, after which Rev.
Father Coyne will assume control of the
Entitled to tlio Best.
All are entitled to the best that their money
will buy, so every family should have, at once,
a bottle ot the best firmly remedy. Syrup of
Figs, to cleanse the system when costive or
bilious. For sale In 50c and ILO0 bottles by all
G. A. R. to Gettysburg.
The Pennsylvania Railroad will accept all
orders issued by Adjutant General Hastings
for transportation to Gettysburg, whether
the order is drawn on this or any other com
Conts, Suit nnd Wraps.
Ladies' jackets all prices.
Children's coats all prices.
Woolen dresses all prices.
Silk dresses all prices.
Shawls all prices.
Knable & Shusteb,
35 Fifth avenue.
SS 95 to Grtiyiuura.
The Pennsylvania Railroad will sell round
trip tickets to Gettysburg and return at one
fare for the round trip irom September 7 to
12, good -until September 18, to the general
public Rate from Pittsburg, $8 95. Traios
leaving Pittsburg at 320 a. m., 8 a. m. and
8:10 P. St mate direct connections for
Hundreds of Sew Sbnrrls
Are come to hand at People's tore. They
must be'seen to be appreciated. Too will
find them in wool, silk, beaver, cashmere
and Persian, black and colored, sinele and
double. Remember prices are right at the
People's store, uastpbell dick.
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tWlSB A-tftniVi n,r i.tt Mnniniumrft -a i d i iffif fir f ii(rtfr-- li lii r rVMttfir '
MRS. JOHNSTON BURIED.
She Died Among Strangers, bat Was
Carried to the- Graro by Friends Rev.
Mr. Kamler Preached tbo Sermon.
The funeral service over the remains of
Mrs. Johnston, the wife of W. G. Johnston,
who died at Baden Baden, Germany, the
15th of August, occurred yesterday at the
beautiful home on Fifth avenue, where she
had been brought from a foreign shore.
Mrs. Johnston died among strangers, but
she was buried among her friends. She
rests now in the lovely, secluded cemetery
at Homewood, surrounded by many whom
she knew when living.
Owing to the length of time between her
death and burial it was necessary to close
the coffin. Her friends were deprived of
taking a parting glance at one who, in life,
they loved nell.
The coffin stood upon a catafalque which
was banked" up on ferns and mosses, with
delicate hothouse flowers interwoven in the
green. TJpon the lid white and blush roses
were piled three feet high, sent by people in
respect to the memory of their dead friend.
The carriages began to arrive early in the
afternoon and by 4 o'clock fully 400 people
were waiting for the services to begin.
A quartet sang a low, plaintive dirge, "It
is Not Death to Die." After it was con
cluded the Eev. Kuniler rea'd the 22d chap
ter of Revelations. Then Mrs. Webster
sang the never-to-be-forgotten hymn, "Rock
Rev. Kumler said: "The dispensationof
Divine Providence is inscrutable. Infinite
wisdom demands a certain event shall trans
pire, though it may fling an arrow of incon
solable sorrow into the livesof those who are
affected by it But infinite knowledge
knows where poignant waters rush and sink
human joys. God is not capricious.
He is not crnel, and in His
calling her to yonder home, though it fills
you with anguish, He has brought it abont
for the highest and best purposes. Trouble
is yours, but He will assnage it with in
finite compassion. Remember we are all
trending to the dark valley. You will
again meet her you loved here, living where
perpetual vouth exists."
The pall bearers were Messrs. Lazier,
Lyon, Dickey, O'Hara, Singer and George
POKER ROOM RAIDED.
How Mayor Pearson Secured the Right
Namei of Foar Prisoners.
A gambling room at the corner of Chest
nut and Third streets, Allegheny, was
raided by Officer Thornton and a squad of
police, at 3 o'clock yesterday morning. A
lively game of poker was in progress. The
police captured William Quigley, the pro
prietor, and seven players: John Haas, No.
235 East street; Charles Meyers, No. 78
Villa street; August Arnold, No. 153 Madi
son avenne; John Delp, No. 16 Green street;
William Leasure, No. 154 Madison avenue;
Louis Jones, of Bellevernon, and William
Haas, of No. 39 Green street At the police
station Quigley gave the name of John C.
Smith, and the first four players gave false
The seven players were arraigned before
Mayor Pearson yesterday forenoon, and
each was fined $6." All paid except Meyers,
whose fine was remitted. Mayor Pearson
suspected that some of the men had given
false names, and he inquired of the officers.
They informed him that four had given
false names and three their correct names.
"Very well," his Honor said, "we will
hold these four men as witnesses against
Quigley. Take them back to the lock-up."
The four men almost fell over one another
in their eagerness to furnish their real
names and addressess. They were there
upon permitted to depart.
An information will be made against
Quigley to-day, and he will probably be
held for the grand jury. Mayor Pearson
says that he is determined to break tip
gambling in Allegheny, and he thinks the
gamblers will find it out by and by.
At a special meeting held by the Acme
Tanning Company the following action was
taken on the death of Morris E. Wert
heimer: Whereas, It has pleased an All-wise
Providence to remove by death from -our
midst Morris E. Wertheimer, a member of
the Board of Directors of this company;
Resolved, That in the death of Morris E.
Wertheimer this company has lost a valued
member, one though young in years yet
ripe in experience, and who has been a
shining example of business honor and in
tegrity, the community a worthy citizen and
the family a beloved son and brother.
Resolved, That we do hereby tender to the
stricken family our sincere sorrow in this
their sad affliction in the loss of an only son
and brother. May they be supported in
their sad bereavement by trust in the wis
dom of an inscrutable and All-wise Provi
dence. Resolved, That a copy of these resolu
tions be sent to the bereaved family, and a
record be made on the minutes of this com
pany and copies be sent to the daily press.
Signed John G. Bbaxt, V. P.
J. G. BENNETT it CO.,
Corner Wood Street and Firth. Avenne.
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.
Bennett & 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.
Pittsburg's Two Great Expositions.
The one down on Duquesne way the
other at our Penn avenue stores new ex
hibits of silks and dress go'ods to day.
Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Great big assortment. Prices to suit all.
Kxable & Shusteb,
35 Fifth avenue.
An Exposition of French lints.
Notwithstanding the extraordinary dis
plays made hitherto at the People's Store,
the millinery opening to-morrow will ex
ceed them all. Campbell & Dick.
The most eminent physicians recommend
Klein's Silver Age as a pure stimulant.
Adjutant General Hnatlnss'
Orders for transportation to Gettysburg
will be accepted by Pennsylvania Railroad
agents for tickets, whether the order is
drawn on this or any other company.
SOO New Hnta on Exhibition
Of imported Parisian patterns and our own
superior designs. Come to the grand mil
linery opening at the People's Store, Tues
day. 10th instant. Campbell & Dick.
Silks. Slim. Sllka.
Blacks, fancies, colored and stripes. "We
can show you great bargains in these goods.
Surah silts a specialty.
Knable & Shusteb,
35 Fifth avenue.
100 styles, beautiful stripes and plaids,
all-wool imported goods, 40 inches wide, 65
cents, worth a dollar. BOggs &"Buhi
O. A. R. to Gettysburg.
The Pennsylvania Bailroad will accept
all orders issued by Adjutant General
Hastings for transportation to Gettvshnrir.
whether the order is draws on this or any
A PATRIOTIC SUGGESTION.
Ex-Mayor Weaver Proposes a Plnn for
marking Braddock's Field He Points
Ont the Army's Line of March.
Ex-Mayor Weaver in an interesting chat
yesterday proposed a plan for raising monu
ments for Braddock's Fields that will not
only interest citizens of Braddock, but the
people of Western Pennsylvania. He said:
"In reading the article in Friday's DIS
PATCH upon "Historic Braddock," it struck
me forcibly that the borough where the
memorable defeat of General Braddock's
army took place could have in their midst
a momento of the past to show the traveler
in all future time, by establishing posts or
marks of Braddock's army's progress along
the line of ' march. There should be' a
monument in the town where the first
repulse took place at the upper ravine.
"When I was a boy 18 years of age, over SO
years ago, I went out to Braddock's Field.
The only honse was that of the owner of the
land, George Wallace, an old-fashioned resi
dent An old man, an employe of Mr.
Wallace, was plowing. We were standing
about the Parker place when he pointed out
to us the line of march of Braddock's army
from the fording at the river to the upper
ravine. He showed us two trees at the ford
about 60 yards apart, as the spot where
General Braddock came across, from my
recollection. These trees were about a
half or three-quarters of a mile
below the mouth of Turtle creek. The two
ravines where the French and Indians were
concealed was a strategic hiding place.
They well knew that when the army crossed
the lord they would pass between these ra
vines, probably each 600 leet long, one
above the other, and about 50 yards apart
The French and Indians waited until the
English troops came within 100 feet of the
top of the upper ravine, when a murderous
fire was delivered, so completely taking the
troops by surprise that they retreated only
to receive a more dreadful onslaught in
"The old farmer showed us the stump of a
great oak tree. Tradition pointed this tree
out as the support General Braddock was
laid against when killed. He said that
many people from Encland had taken
chunks away from this stump as souvenirs
to show their friends at home. Even as
late as 5o!years ago we picked up in the
newly plowed 'field darts from Indian
arms, a broken flint gun, locks and two
pieces of bayonets almost eaten away by
rust. Not many places have a more his
toric importance than Braddock's Fields.
"What givet this battlefield a singular
distinction is the fact that General Wash
ington won his first renown by conducting
the successful retreat of the routed army
across the ford and back to Fort Necessity,
he becoming commander of the army by
reason of Braddock's death. I am sur
prised that a spot so full of interest has es
caped the attention and remembrance of
our citizens for so many years. I certainly
would like to arouse the attention of some
one older than myself and more familiar
with the history of the spot."
Half Fare to Gettysburg.
There will be a special train leave Union
station at 9:00 A. M.Tuesday, September 10,
for Gettysburg, via Pennsylvania Bailroad.
Tickets will be sold at rate of one fare for
round trip, good to return until September
IS. These round trip tickets are on sale
from September 7 to 12, good until Septem
ber 18. Kate from Pittsburg S3 95. Special
train will stop at East Liberty, Braddock,
Irwin, Greensburg, Latrobe, Bolivar Junc
tion, Johnstown, Cresson, Altoona and
Pittsburg's Two Grent Expositions.
The one down on Duquesne way the
other at our Penn avenue stores new ex
hibits of silks and dress goods to-day.
JOS. HOBNE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
The most eminent physicians recommend
Klein's Silver Age as a pure stimulant.
G. A. R. to Gettysburg.
The Pennsylvania Bailroad will accept
all orders issued bv Adjutant General Hast
ings for transportation to Gettysburg,
whether the order is drawn on this or any
NOTIUE THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the stockholders of the Frohsinn Society
to elect Directors takes place at their office, 303
Penn ave.. TUESDAY, beptember 10, ISSD.from
4 o'clock p. M, till 9 o'clock P. M.
auISD C. W. KKAUS, Secretary.
VTOTICE THE MEMBERS OF BAIN
1M BRIDQE Council No. 12S. Jr. O". U. A. M.,
are hereby notified to assemble at their hall,
cor. Forty-third and Butler sts., on TUESDAY,
Sept. 10, 1889. at 1230 P. M. sharp, to attend the
funeral of our late brother, John H. Lepper.
Members of sister Councils are invited to at
tend. E. S. MILLHIZEB, Councilor. Attest:
JOHN A. CLARK. R. S. se9-8
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
LM 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 the Court ot Common Pleas within
ten (10) days from date. E. M. BrGELOW.
Chief of Department of Public Worki
PrTTSBtma, Pa., September 4, 1S89. se4-S9
Pittsburg, Pa, September 9. 1889.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
LM report of Viewers on the grading, paving
and curbing of Carnegie street, from Fifty
second street to McCandless street, has been
approved by Council', which action will be
final, unless an appeal is filed in the Court of
Common Pleas within ten (10) aavs from date.
E. M. BIGELOW.
se9-32 Chief of Dep't of Public Works.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at the office of City Controller
until FRIDAY, the 13th day of September, at 2
p. M.. for the furnishing and delivering of
twelve (12) fiatload; of good straw manure.
Flats to measure not less than 80 ft.xl6 ft.x3 ft.
6 in. Six (6) flatloads to he delivered at City
Farm landing, Monongahela river. Six (6)
flatloads to be delivered at Negley Run land
ing, Allegheny river.
The Department of Awards reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
a C. ELLIOT,
se9-31 Chief of Department of Charities.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
JLN reDorts of Viewers on the opening of Loyal
alley, from Allen street to Beltzhoover avenue;
Allen street, from "Washington avenue to Mc
Lain street: Copeland street, from Ellsworth
avenue to Walnut street; Mahogany alley, from
rEssex alley to Laurel street: Walter street,
from Washington avenue to Lillian street, and
Home street, from Pluuimer street to Butler
street, have been approved by Councils, which
action will be final unless an appeal is filed in
the Court of Common Pleas within ten (10)
days trom date. E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
Pittsbukg, Pa.. September 9, 1889. se9-32
office of Controller of )
allegheny county, c
Pittsbukg, Pa., September 5, 1SS9. t
EALED PROPOSALS WILL RR nr.
O CEIVED at this office until TUESDAY
September 10, 18S9, at 4 o'clock p. ji., for the
4 complete sets Pennsylvania Supreme Court
Reports, 193 vol. each.
2 Bright! 's Digest, 3 vol.
2 Might's Indexes, 2 voL
se6-2S County Controller.
SEPARATE AND SEALED PROPOSALS
will be received at the office of the City
Controller until SEPTEMBER 13, 18S9. at 2 p.
ST., 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 of 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.
The Department of Awards reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
J. O. BROWN.
se4-88 Chief Department Public Safety.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
J( reports of Viewers on the construction of
sewers on Dresden alley, from Stanton avenue
to Fifty-second street; Dithridge street and
Forbes avenne, from Fitth avenue to a point on
Forbes avenne SOO feet west of Dithridge street;
Atwood street, from Bates street to Louisa
street; Wriehtsallev.from South Twenty-thlrd
street to South Twenty-fourth street, and
Howe street, from Ivy street to Aiken avenue,
have been approved by Councils, which action
will be final, unless an appeal is filed in the
Court of Common Pleas withm (10) ten days
from date. E. M. BIGELOW,
Chlnf of Dep't of Public Wmln.
X PrrrsBTOG, Pa., September 9, 1889. Be9-32
- tS"Oisplay advertisement one dollar per
sauare for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, tie., ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken for less 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 ha prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts With THE DIS
THOM AS MCCAFKKKY, SooD Butler street.
EMIL G. STUCKEY, 24th street and Penn aTe.
E. G. bTOCKEY A CO., Wylle ave. and Fultonst.
N. STOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, MMPenn avenue.
MCALLISTER SSHtlBLER, 5th av. SAlwoodsU
JACOB SPOHN. No. 2 Carson street.
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carson street,
A. J. KAERCHEK, 89 Federal street.
H. J. McBKIUE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FEED H. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. B. EGGEKS SON, Ohio and Ghestnntsti.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOJI AS MCHENRY, Western and Irwlnaves.
G. W. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver ayes.
PERRY M. GLEIM. Kebecca and Allegheny aves.
W. W. FLOCKER, Stationer. No. 4 Grant ave.
SMITH FIELD ST.
-TTTANTED A PLUMBER. INQUIRE
T V DUFFY, corner Eleventh and Pise sts.
-TXTANTED-AN OFFICE BOY. APPLY J AS.
BOWMAN, 23 and 30 Ohio St., Allegheny.
TTTANTED-A FIRST-CLASS COATMAKEK;
1 stcadvwork: married man preferred. I.
SEEFORD, Nlles, O.
Tnp-ANTED-TWOBOYSTO SELL bTATlON-
S3 per week.
Call Monday, 8 A. M.,
NO. 341 FOR
WANTEU-BROWN STONECUTTERS FOR
building work. Call ou or address A. II.
AMICK, Cumberland, Md. K8-H
WANTED-ABLEBODIED YOUNG MAN TO
learn tbebaklng trade. Apply to GEO. S.
WARD, 254 Franklin St., Allegheny. 8..8-21
WANTE11-A STOUT LAD FOR GROCERY,
used to the business. Apply with refer
ence to J. MOSS, 416 Larimer ave., E. E. se9-33
WANTED-SLATERS ATNEW LOCOMOTIVE
works, Altoona. Apply to JAMES UAR
KET, Philadelphia, or on lob to ETH
WALMSLY, Foreman. s'.8-35
WANTED A GOOD, SOBER LATHE
hand, at once; must be a mechanic: iteady
employment to right man. Apply BUTLER
M'FG. CO., L1M., Butler, Pa. seJ-143
WANTED-A RELIABLE PARTY TO
handle sideline to the hardware tnde In
Ohio and Western Pennsylvania. Addres. with
full particulars, STEEL, Dispatch office. ;e8-13
WANTED-AGENTS TO SELL OUR IOME
OPATHIU fimlly medicines; steadlwork:
can make 12 to $15 per week. DR. O'K&FE &
CO.. liomeopatnic (jnemlsts, 31 llltn ave.
WANTED-FARMER-ON A SMALL ARM,
with some knowledge of cardenlng.Jvlth a
wile who has experience In nutter maklnr: send
reference. AddressP. O. BOX2SG, Plttsbtrg. Pa.
WANTED-A MECHANICAL DRAUGHTS
MAN, one familiar with blast furaceaud
rolling mill work: a permanent position tla man
of experience. Address MACHINE CO, Dis
patch office. ,tS-127
WANTED-A MAN OF ENERGY LOIA1ED
outside large cities, to represent in old
established house in his State: salarr abouiSTo per
month: references. MANUFACTURES Lock
Box 1610, N. Y. OC-4S-U
WANTED FIRST-CLASS, SOBER PRE
SCRIPTION glass blowers; also a fey good
finishers: union wages; steady work; far paid;
write fullv: say who vou worked for. CHCAGO
GLASS MFG. CO.. Chicago. attt-45-D
-TTTANTED COMPETENT DRUG OJKKK
I V Give age, exnerlenee. references ant salary
demanded: must understand English ail Ger
man. Address at once sPEMZER'S tfHAR
MACY, 88 Garden St., Cleveland, O. (K8-128
-TTTANTED A FIRST-CLASS COOKltNll A
W good chambermaid. Inquire at llabHEF-
j 1 J.L1XI ar., Aiiegqeny. 1ses-12
-TTTANTED-A PROTESTANT GIRLA&kuR-
vv aiMfcx governess, who can ao neat saving,
amuse children, assist them with their leWons,
and make herself generally useful with the care or
tncm. Aaaress uuvJvti.r.iLS3, Dispatcn ones
I'msDurg, .ra. s&
Dlalo anil I'cmate flcln.
-TTTANTED HOUSEKEEPER. LAUNDRESS
W chambermaids, cooks, dinlnsr room zlrli
nurses, house girls, German and colored girls
farm hands, gardeners. MRS. E. THOMPSON;
CCS Grant St. au24-MThs
ANTED-50 LABORERS, STEADY wORIil
carriage driver; farm hands, 60 cooks, 3
cnamoermalds, 11)0 nnrse girls, pantry girl and
aisnwasncr, iiouseiceeper ana sewing gin. SOl
girl. MEGHAN'S, Hi Grant at. se9-D
WANTED - PS WEEKLY-REPRESENTS
TIVE, male or female. In every community
goods staple: household necessity; sell at sight; n
peddling; salary paid promptly, and expenses a.C
vanced. Full particulars and valuable earn pi
case iree; we mean jufii wnai we say. Adaressi
once STANDARD SILVERWARE CO.. Bostor
TrrANTF.IJ POSITION AS TIME KlnTlTTt
VV good reference. Address 1EMPUS. Dif
patcn omce. ses-153
-TrrANTED-POSlTIO.N IN OFFICE BY L
vY young man where he can earn promotion:
can give best of references. Address W. A.. 1)1-
patch office. ec9-13
TTTAN1ED-SEWING BY THE WEEK 1
VV private family: can do any kind of familr
wore ann aiso lurnisn rciercnce as to aDiuis
x-iease aaaress ai. u., uispatcn omce. ses-3t
-TTTANIED-BY A DRUGGIST OF 12 YEAR!
V V experience, a position as manager or pre
scription clerk: best of references: country if
cuy. Aaaress s. v x., uispaicn omce. scoi
WANTED-SALESLAD Y TO TAKE CHAKGt
of J. G. Bennett Co.'s fur display at Ex
position: must be good figure and come well
recommended. J. G. BENNETT & CO., cor.
Wood st. and Fifth ave.
WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN WHO HA
had a business experience of 15 rears 1
situation as a collector or a position of trust out
side: wilt furnish bond and horse and buggy. Ad
dress E. R., Dispatch office. scS-1-
WANTED SITUATION TO LEARN HIE
barber trade In the city or Allegheny, one
evening a week and all day Saturday, Tree of
charge. Address W. J. STEWART, singer &
Nlmick's Steel Works, Thirty-fourth ward. city.
WANTED-A RESPONSIBLE PARTY WITn
Si 000 capital to tase the financial and office
department of a meritorious and profitable manu
facturing bnslness in the city: everything in ex
cellent shape and business Increasing rapidly.
Full particulars will be given, confidentially, to
anyone meaning business, by JAS,
W. DRAPE A
sj., j-3 x uurtn aTe., jrmsDurg.
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over S4.O00; 4)4 per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVLr&CO., 82 Fourth avenue.
WAN1ED-S300 TO S300.000 TO LOAN ON
mortgages: 4V S and 6 per cent. JAS. W.
DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
-TTTANTED -MORTG AGES-ll. COO, 000 TO LOAN
V In large and small amounts at 4, 5 and 6
per cent, free Ot State tax; no delay. REED B.
CO YLE & CO., 131 Fourth ave. my21-60
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON FITTSBUKO.
Allegheny or suburban Improved real
estate, in large orsmall amounts at lowest rates.
ALEXANDER A LEE, 313 Wood st, se7-49-MWS
-TTTANTED-TO LOAN 8350,000 ON MOKT
T V GAGES in amounts to suit. In city or coun-
Hi- i.-, iuvuci vein, so lu Bccuniy; no oei
3A1UUiU U. D.
BLACK & CO.,
-TTTANTED TO LOAN toOCCOO. IN AMOUNTS
TV of S3.000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4J4 per cent, free oftax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK & BA1RD,
95 Fourth arcnue. se2I-d2M
on city and suburban properties at 4M, 5and
C per cent, and on larms in Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 6 per cent. 1. M. PENNOCK
bON, 105 Fourth arenue. ap7-Hl
WANTKD-TO LOAN 200,000 ON MORT
GAGES; J100 and upward at 6 per cent;
55CO, CCO at 4 per cent on residences or business
r; aiso in aojoiniug
counties. S. "
CH. 15 Fourth arenue.
-TTTANTED-HIGHEST SPOT CASH PRICES
y T paid lor seconu-nana lurniture, carpets ana
uoiugooasoi aucinds. 1211 PENN AVE-
WAN1ED TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one In the clnb at tl 00 per wtek. Address P. O.
BOX 501, and I will call and suow you the watch.
WANTED-BUYER FOR A GOOD. WELL
.established carpet weaving business, lo
cated In a prosperous town within 50 miles of
Pittsburg; buyer can hare possession Imme
diately: will sell cheap If at once. Address G.
W.i Dispatch omce, (ej-s
TTT-ANTED-EVEKYBODY TO SEND THEIR
1 V furniture needing upholstering, repairing
andrefinlsblngto HAUGH A KEENAN, 33 and
31 Water st. 'Phone 1823. aoH
ANTED-PERSONSTO JOIN AN ELGIN
Watch Club and to pay SI per week on fine
gold watches drawn each week; call at once.
JOHN M1TSCH, 130 Federal St., Allegheny.
TTTANTED-ALL UNION COOPERS TO
VT know that a strike Is in progress at Dolan'a
Cooper Shop. Twenty-sixth street, Sonthsldc. for
Just cause. WILLIAM BURN and JOHN SMITH,
Committee, K. of L 1862. seS-143
"TTANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
VV TOGRAPHER, 86 Fifth avenue. Pittsburg.
know that he Is making fine cabinets at 1 per
uozen; pbotos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous process. mhl3-63
TTTANTED BARBERS FOR CITY AND
. country situations. Also all barbers to un
derstand distinctly that ne are not tlieproprlctors
of any barbershop, nor do we Intend to oppose
pur patrons In their legitimate busluess by becom
ing sued, as we devote our time and attention ex
clusively to the manufacture aud sale of elialrs
and barbers' supplies generally. ROSS V.
BLACK, No. 80 Diamond street. The largest
manufacturer ofand dealer In barbers' supplies.
Not the successor of any firm. Twelve years In
the present location. No. 80 Diamond street, three
loors above Smlthneld street, Pittsburg. All the
leading barber-sbops and first-class hotels are
supplied by us. No scab labor employed nor any
5-ccnt shops furnished with supplies at any price.
A cordial Invitation Is extended to all barbers to
call and examine onr stock and be convinced as to
quality, quantity and price. sca-36-Mwr
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE 8 ROOMS: LATE
improvements: only 4,750: on BlofT, near
Chestnut st.. Sixth ward; a good property at a
low price. W. A. HEBRON &SONS, 80 Fourth
FORSALE-BY CHARLES SOMERS& CO., 313
Wood street, on Townsend street, most de
sirable location on the street, an excellent three
story brick house, commodious and complete,
large rooms, wide halls, double parlors, oath,
laundry, closets, wardrobes, drv cellar, both
rases, hot and cold water tnroughout; large lot
landsomcly shaded, hard walks, stable and car
riage house; a most desirable property and a great
lnvestmentat the price, 6, COO. se8-110
Enst End Residences.
on triangular lot. 115 feet front on Hastings
street, Point Breeze: handy to cable and P. R. K.;
price ?2,M0. MELLON BROTHERS, 6349 Sta
tion St., E. E. se8-119-MF
FOR SALE-J3,7D0-FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY,
a very handsome frame dwelling of 6 rooms
on Ward St., Oakland, with gas. water, bath,
etc.; a bargain to quick buyer. BLACK &
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 2D-73 se8-69
FOR SALE-OAKLAND HOMES MAGNA
St., near Craft ave.: elegant 2-Btory and
mansard brick dwellings of 8 rooms; all modern
improved conveniences: Invite Inspection.
BLACK & BAIRD, 85 Fourth ave. 2D-81 se8-6)
FOR SALEA LARGE 8-ROOMED. MAN
SARD roor. frame residence on Grazier St.,
Dallas, on a lot 43x135 feet: bouso newly painted,
with fine porches and shrubbery: price, 14,3)0, on
time. MELLON BROTHERS, 6349 Station St.. E.
T7IOR SALE-H600 OAKLAND DWELLING,
X; 8 rooms, hall, vestibule, range, batb. Inside
w. c, laundry, etc.; all modern conveniences, on
good street and on line of new cable loop; is sure
to enhance In value: examine this before you buy.
BLACK BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 2D-74 sc8-69
TTIOR SALE-A RARE OPPORTUNITY IS NO W
offered to anv deslrinr to nnrcbase & home
In the choicest location In Oakland, as very 11b-
in the choicest location In Oakland, as very
era! terms can be made In the purchase of the re
maining houses on Forbes street ana Coltart
square; 9 and 13 rooms, well built, elegantly
finished, fine surroundings, quick transit, only 15
minutes from postofflce by cable line. For terms,
prices and plans see W. A. HERRON & SONS. 80
Fourth arenue. se4-64-MWP
FOU SAL E-OAKLAND, FOURTEENTH
ward, a new 2-story and mansard brick dwell
ing, 8 rooms, bath, w. c, hall, laundrr, etc.,
slate mantels, tile fireplaces and hearths, fine
chandeliers, both gases, city water and house
wired for electric lights, plate glass windows,
electric bells, good sewerage, street paved with
asphaltum and paid for. beautiful shade trees In
front of house, a few minutes from cable cars:
price 13,500; a moderate cash payment and bal
ance long time: Immediate possession. SAMUEL
W. BLACK & CO., 89 Fourth are. scS-4-D
FOR SALE-A FINE LARGE RESIDENCE
and grounds In tbe East End, Penn arenue:
10 spacious rooms, replete throughout with all the
comfortsand conveniences essential to any first
class bouse: over an acre of ground, groups and
rows or stately spreading shade trees and shrub
bery; the sweet breath of bud and blossom and
blush of orchard permeates the whole place; ex
haustless flow of the purest water In the vicinity;
this Is a most beautiful property in every particu
lar, combining proximity to railroad station and
cable cars, with frontage on Penn avenue: will bo
60ld on 10 annual payments. Full particulars
from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenne,
FOR SALE-A FINE NEW EAST END RESI
DENCE and large lot, 70x223 feet, on one or
the most desirable pared avenues In tbe East End;
contiguous to cable and steam cars, 12 spacious
and elegant rooms, billiard room, library bath
and laratory, patent Scotch w. c, reception hall,
finished attic rooms, laundry, stationary washing
apparatus with patent enameled tubs, furnace,
pantries, china closets, fine marble mantels
throughout, large cupboards and clothes presses,
with all other of the more recent lmprorernents
and modern appliances, and ercrythlnc new and
perfect In cverv particular; fine piazza, and
verandah covers the entire front, from which the
view of the Liberty Valley is most charming and
picturesque; the residence Is all complete and
ready lor Immediate occupancy: It will pay any
one who contemplates purchasing a first-class
East End residence to examine this property:
terms reasonable: a card of permission to ex
amine the premises can beobtafned at our office.
JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., IS Fourth avenue,
TTtOR SALE-S2.3C0FOR A
J? on McClure are., Allegheny. For particulars
SONS, No. 80 Fourth
FOR SALE -3-STORY BRICK IIOU3E
Fourth ward, Allegheny, 9 rooms, bath
room, lavatory, large wide halls; vestibule: houso
very complete and In good repair: will pay 10 per
cent on Investment; price ?o,OC0. W. W. MC
NEILL & BRO. , 105 Fourth are. seS-93
FOR SALE-TWO-STORY BRICK HOUSE IN
Second ward, Allegheny, near park, con
taining hall, 7 rooms, bathroom, laundry and w.
c; lot 20x110 to 20-root alley: property In excellent
condition: rery desirable for residence or as In
vestment: price low; terms easy. VM. A. SIPE,
93 Diamond st. sc6-C3-MWS
FOR SALE-IRW1N AVE., ALLEGHENY. A
2-story and attic dwelling of 11 reoms, bath,
w. c, marble mantels, both gases, laundry and
all modern conrenleuces: good stableand carriage
house, large lot: this Is one of the most desirable
places facing tbe parks and rery reasonable price
and terms. For runner particulars call
BLACK BAIRD, 95 Fourth are.
FOR SALE AT A VERY REASONABLE
prize, on account of remoral of owner, at
Bellevue, well located, a dwelling of 9 rooms: lot
80x176 feet. W. A. HERRON SONS, 80 Fourth
FOR SALE-A NEW HOUSE AND NICE
large lot,2mlnutcs' walk from Ingram station, 6
rooms, finished attic, natural gas. water In house,
etc.: will be sold at a bargain on monthly pay
ments. JAS. W. DRAPE 4, CO., 129 Fourth ave.,
FOR SALE-A SUBURBAN PROPERTY OF
28 acres: only 7 miles from the city; close to
railroad station: fine orchard
brick dwelling and comolete set
ne and comnlete set or outbuudlnes:
abundance of water, etc.etc: a beautiful place.
Particulars from JAS. W.
DRAPE & CO.. 129
Fourth avenue. Pittsburg.
-COR SALE-BY CHARLES SOMERS & CO.,
x. wood st., cuoicc nouses ana
houses of 4 to 10 rooms. Brushton, Wllklnsburg,
Oakland, East Liberty. Hazelwood. Allegheny
and throughout both cities and suburbs: building
lots, acre tracts, and select plots of ground lu all
directions within and beyond the city limits; call,
telephone or write us, for list of properties: tele
phone 1042. seS-110
FOR SALE WILKINSBURG RESIDENCE
property, fine brick residence and very large
lot fronting on two streets, natural gas and other
of the more recent appliances, large rooms
and in line order throughout; this property Is well
situated In a location where enhancement In value
Is certain and will be sold at a bargain, as the
ownerrequlres to change his business on account
ol his health. JAMES W. DRAPE & CO., 129
Fourth ave.. Pittsburg. 8e7-60-D
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE-EMSWORTH BUILDING LOTS,
60x100 feet. 400 and S500 each; these are bar
gains and will not standlong. BLACK & BAIRD,
95 Fourth ave. 2U-68 SC4-57-D
FOR SALE-BRUSHTON-GRAZIER 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.
present many of the most desirable residence sites
lor suburban homes to bo found a'ong any of tho
railroads: will be offered at public sale on Thurs
day afternoon, September 19, at 3 o'clock on the
premises or on tlie arrival or the 2 o'clock ex
press train at Young stitlon: plans and fuller In
formation from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., Agents
aud Auctioneers, 129 Fourth avenne, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-FARM 125 ACRES. 2-STORY
brick dwelling 10 rooms, large barn, fruit,
shrubbery, springs; soil, lay of land, location lor
summer and winter, and price, has not Its equal;
excellent location for physician.
nan, 41U Grant St., rittsDurg, pa,
TTiOR SALE-LOIS AT GLENWOOD. NEAR
J- the station: graded streets, sidewalks, city
watcr.houses and lots lor sale. 1,330. 81,750. liOCO,
icu per cent casu. Daiance on inontniy payments:
Second Ave. Electric Railway will pass In front of
these IotR? R. X. o. Railroad fare monthlv tickets.
iiiese 101s; D. o u. luurtna iai
5K cents per trip: 12 minutes from Smlthneld t.
OMIRUISC. BUBUWIN, 150 Fourth ave.
East End Lots.
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 MCN AUUHEB, 43 N. Diamond it.
FOR SALE-EAST END LOTS-8450 AND J30U,
desirably located, and within reach of I'. R.
R. and Fifth ave. cable road, commanding a
magnificent view: easy terms. BLACK &BA1BD,
95 Fourth ave. 3A-210C.
se8-72-9, u, IS, 17, 19. B, 23.25, 27. 39
FOR SALE-RIVER AYE , LARGE BUILD
ING lots In heart or East End for f250each;
no one should pay rent when they can secure
homes at these prices on easy payments. MEL
LON BROTHERS, 6J1S Station St., E. E.
T7OK SALE A LIMITED NUMBER OF DE
J? S1RABLE building sites on Grazier st
Dallas, on line of Citizens Electric- road, to be
cumpiciea next spring; lots Z4X11U leeiai Rweacn.
MELLON BROTHERS, 6349 S Htlon St., E. E.
FOHSALE-ON THE EASIEST TERMS AND
atprlees much lower than any In thesur
ronndlng neighborhood, lots 40 and 50 feet front
age, and 100 to 159 reet In depth. In that best or all
locations. "Baum Grove." MELLON UROS..E.
E.. or JOHN F. BAXTER, Ag't, JI2 Smlthneld
FOR SALE-A PIECE OF GROUND ABOUT
2 acres. In the. ast End. Mulrord arenue
near Brushton areuue: a boot 3 minutes' walk
from Brushton station; to be sold at onbllcsale
for account of whom It may concern, on Monday
afternoon. September 15, at 3:30 o'clock, on the
premises: terms from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO..
Agents and Auctioneers, 129 Fourth avenue, Pitts
FOB BALE-ON COR. TWENTIETH AND
Wharton sts., S. s lot 00x120 feet, with
building: price low; suitable for manufacturing.
W. A. HERRON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-BY CHARLES SOMERS & CO., 313
Atwood street, near Bates, two-story and man
tard, 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 house of six rooms,
large yard, dry cellar, choice surroundings, de
2,200 Good brick house, Eleventh ward, near
Central Traction road, now rented, paying 19 per
cent net; value steadily increasing.
Good lots on Benton ave., Allegheny, at I20O to
fjco each; tbe best property In Allegheny for the
Good .6-room brick house, Forbes street, choice
location: price very low. seS-HO
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE COAL LANDS LAST LARGE
block ox 6) ft. coal between Pittsburg and
Harrlsburg on the Pennsylvania Central, are to
seven hundred acres; price low for aprompt sale.
Address J. A. FIELD, New Castle, Pa.
OR SALE-WANTED TO SELL AN ESTAB
LISHED plumbing and gas fitting business
In a good town of 12; 000 Inhabitants, and only one
other shop In town; good reasons for selling.
1: good reasons for selling. In
quire oil,, w.
C, No. 711 Seventh arc., Bearer
FOR SALE A FIRST-CLASS C1TT BARBER
shop; a good chance lor a barber that wants
to make money; we don't ask for commission from
either party: It is a .matter oCaccommodatlon
to our customers; all particulars will be given
by tbe leading barber supply house. A. EDL1S
& CO., successors to S. Delp, 502, 504, 506, 508 and
510 Liberty street. se9-5
R SALE-FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANTS.
boarding houses, choice chean grocerv stores.
confectioneries, drygoods and notion stores,
furnished house for roomers, very profitable large
bakery and confectionery, cigar stores, bakeries,
feed store, milk depot, shoe stores, drug stoies,
Erintlng office, good country newspaper office,
utchershop. and many other business chances.
Free particulars. bHEPARD & CO., 54 Fifth ave.
FOR SALE-A PAYING INVESTMENT IN
business property. No. 619 Liberty st. See W.
A.HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth are. sel-59-uw
FOR SALE-z-STORY IRON-CLAD BUILD
IN 0,25x60, with lease, engine, boiler and main
shaft; terms reasonable. Inquire 2600 SMALL
MAN ST.. city. se4-71
OR SALE-A BUSINESS CORNER THAT
will enhance In value; a vacant lot, corner of
Carson and Twenty-first St.. S. S. SAMUEL W.
BLACK CO. 99 Fourth ave. se6-5-D
OB SALE-VERY CHEAP. -A GOOD BUSI
NESS honse on Ohio near Middle St.. Alle
gheny; an investment of only 810,000 required. See
W. A. HERRON & SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
OR SALE-BRICK YARD. WITH DAILY
capacity of 4,500: good clay. etc. : situate on
Ft. Wayne K. K., Beaver county; tree use of
siding between railroad and river, 8325. THUS.
LIGGETT, 114 Fourth are. se3-81-MTUWTS
FOR SALE-ADVANCE ROLLER MILLS
Newly refitted to Case system, steam power;
doing No, 1 work: desirably located on R. R.;
plentr of bard wheat at mill door; terms low. Call
or address TAYLOR BROS. CO., Rogers, Col.
Co., O. an22-67-I
TTIOR SALE-A STOREROOM. WAREHOUSE
JU and dwelling, with slock of goods ir neces
sary, at a point on line of railroad; a good town
and fine countrv, and splendid placebo reside or
for business. Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE
& CO.. 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Ilorscs. Vehicles. Live Stock. fcc
FOR SALE-A CARLOAD OF FRESH MILK
cows, on Monday, Sept. 9, at 45 First St.. Al
legheny. M. MARX. seS-1
nnw a . 1 xr a tw WfcMTiir iidDav,
S: gentle and nice driver: also harness and
wagon. Can be seen
Machinery ana Metals.
FOR SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
and refitted: repalringprompttr attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY ANDMACH1NECO..LIM.,
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles kept la stock, from
4 to 100 h. p.; all refitted: good as new, at lowest
prices: mounted portable engines, 8 to 25 b. p.
23-25 Park way. J. s. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa.
FOR SALE HOISTING ENGINES, NEW
and second hand; wire and manllla rope, der
rick, and fittings, bolsting tubs and cars, clay and
nouers ana machinery.
5 SONS, Lacock and Sandusky
PERSONAL-MALTBY'S OYSTER DEPOT,
late 76 Firth arenue, removed to 64t Smith
field street; fresh oysters received dally: orders
filled at lowest prices. J. B. UEMMERLE, Mgr.
PERSONAL BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
-New and old, anclentand niotiern. standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30, 000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 900
Liberty st. , au3-93
PERSONAL-SUPERFLUOUS HAIR ON THE
female face destroyed forever without pain,
scar, shock, trace, or injury' by Ihe Electric
Needle Operation, bv Dr. J. van Drck. snrseon.
Philadelphia. Dr. Van Dyck visits Pittsburg
once a month; special terms to all who make en
gagements this month; nerer falls; book free.
For particulars, address DR. J. VAN DYCK, 40
14. Elerentn street, Philadelphia.
PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURNED: recently they had not been on the
best of terms owing to a little family ar occa
sioned by the wife insisting on being allowed to
renovate his wearing apparel, and which, of
course, was done lu a bungling 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 aud peace and happiness
again reigns In their household. Telephone 1553.
WELFTH ANNUAL FAIR
BUTLER COUNTY AGRICULTURAL AS
SOCIATION Will be held on their grounds, at
" BUTLER, PA.,
SEPTEMBER10.il, 12, and 13, 189.
Liberal premiums are offered in all classes.
A large addition to the stabling has been built.
Exhibitors will be well accommodated and vis
itors well entertained. Entries in all classes
close Satnrdav. September 7. at 0 o'clock p. k.
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.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE-TO-NIGHT.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
September 16 Dcnman Thompson's "Old
W. J. SCAN LAN.
September lb C. L. Davis in "One of the Old
HARRIS' THEATER-EVERY AFTER
NOON and evening..
Week September 16,
WOMAN AGAINST WOMAN.
TTARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
To-night, Matinees, Tuesday, Thursday and
ENGLISH FOLLY CO. Se9
THE NEW WORLD'S MUSEUM
This week tbe treat
32 In number, all artists. Next, Big Eliza,
webib.WQ. - -.e-D
r- - 2a -i f
TO LET-AT PER.MO.-A COHPLBTE
house of 8 rooms; call or send for 114. W.
A. HERRON t SONS, 89 Fourth avenue,
rpOLET-FENN. NEAR NINTH ST.. HOUSE
JL of 8 rooms, Super no.; will sell famishment
or same' cheap. W. A. HEBRON SONS, 80
Fourth ave. ie6-VO-D
TO LET PENN AVE... NEAR NINTH
street. 2 very desirable and pleast.ntly lo
cated dwellings, suitable for boarding or private;
both gases: city water; low rent. BLACK &
BAUtD. 95 Fourth ave. so3-71
TO LET-ON BIDGEWOOD AVENUF. AL
LEGHENY, modern house ol 8 rooms, at 22
per month; no water rent. ALEXANDER &
LEE, 313 Wood St. !7-47-D
Offices. Desk Room. tc
TO LET-IN THE TJEW UI3PATCB BUILD
ING, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street two of the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be 'oond hi the
city; rent, 200 and 300 per annum. Including elec
tric iignu. janitor service ana steam nesting.
Apply between 10 X,
2 and 4 P.M.
u. and IF. u.,
rpo LET-STORE OR OFFICE ROOM, WITH
JL large vault, suitable for Insurance offlce or
similar business, in German! Savings Bank
building. No. 419 Wood street: room formerly oc
cupied by George Reineman as saloon; and now
temporarily occupied by the American Express
Co.; It Is two steps below grade, making a first
class basement. Inquire at THE BANK.
TO LET-LARGE S-STORY BRICK WARE
HOUSE with large elevators: central loca
tion; suitable for storage purposes or carriage
factory: Twelfth street near Ilnlou- station. Ap
ply to T. MELLON & SON'S BANK. 512 Smith
field st. seS-106-MWT
mo LET-SCHOLARSHIP FOBJITTSBURG
1 Female College, cheap. Address SCHOLAR-
SHIP. Dispatch office.
riENTRAL TURN VEREIN
The annual election for officers will beheld
on MONDAY, September 9, at 8 o'clock p. if.
H. L. HOBPRG. Secretary. seT-TZ-p
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
partnership heretofore existing between
tbe undersigned partners tn the plumbing;
gas fitting and chandelier business at Nos. 28
and SO Ohio st, Allegheny, Pa Is this day dis
solved by mutual consent between Jas. Bow
man and John Heckert. All debts of the said
firm will be paid by Jas. Bowman, who Is au
thorized to collect all bills due said firm. Jas.
Bowman will continue the plumbing, gas and
steam fitting and chandelier business at 23 and
30 Ohio street.
AmaHPT, Sept. 7, 1889. se9-2
PROPOSALS FOR STEEL PLATES FOR
use in tbe construction of the United
States armored battle-ship "Texas," at the
Navy Yard. Portsmouth, Va. Navy Depart
ment. Washington, D. C., August 6, IBS).
Under authority conferred by the act of Con
gress, entitled "An act to increase tbe naval
establishment," approved August 3, 1888. (24
Statutes at Large, page 215,) sealed proposals
are hereby invited, and will be received at this
Department until 12 o'clock noon, on Tuesday,
the 1st day of October, 1889, at which time and
place they will be opened in tbe presence of at
tending bidders for furnishing about six hun
dred and sixty-one (661) tons (2,240 pounds) of
steel plates, forty (40) pounds per square foot,
for uso In the constriction of said battle-ship;
about two hundred and forty-six (246) tons ot
such plates being for the lower layer of protective-deck
plating, and abont four hundred
and fifteen (415) tons for tbe upper and middle
layers of protective-deck plating, the upper
and lower layers of top of redoubt, and the
protective-side plating. Such plates to be de
livered at such place or places in tbe Nary
Yard, Portsmouth. Va., as tbe Commandant of
that Yard may designate. Deliveries to com
mence within thirty (30) days from the date of
contract, and to be completed within sixty (60)
days from the date thereof. The plates to be
in accordance with a detailed schednle, which
may be seen on application to tbe Bureau of
Construction and Repair, Navy Department.
All such plates to be of domestic manufacture,
and to be accepted only after passing snch
tests as may be prescribed therefor by the Sec
retary ol the Navy. Proposals most be made
in accordance with forms which will be fur
nished on application to tbe Bureau ot Con
struction and Repair. Each proposal must be
accompanied by satisfactory evidence that the
bidder is able to furnish and deliver the mater
ial for which he bids. Each proposal must be
accompanied by a certified check, payable to
the order of the Secretary of the Nary, for an
amount equal to live per cent of the old. The
check received from the successful bidder
will be returned to him on his entering
into a formal contract for the due performance
of the work, and giving bond for tbe same, with
satisfactory surety, in a penal snm equal to
twenty-five per cent of the amount of lis bid;
but in case he shall fail to enter into such con
tract and to give such bond within ten days aft
er notice of the acceptance of bis proposal, tbe
check accompanying such proposal shall be
come the property of tbe United States. All
checks accompanying proposals which are not
accepted will be returned immediately after
the award shall have been made. Information
relative to the dimensions and shapes of plates,
and all other information essential to bidders,
will he furnished on application to the Bureau
of Construction and Repair. Proposals must be
made in duplicate, and inclosed in envelopes
marked "Proposals for Steel Plates for Ar
mored Battle-ship Texas,'" and addressed to
the Secretary of the NavyNavy Department,
Washington, D. C. The Secretary of the Navy
reserves the right to reject any or all bids, as,in
his judgment, the Interests of the Government
may require. B. F. TRACY,
aul3-o4oi Secretary of the Navy.
ST. GEORGE'S HALL FOR BOYS AND
young men, St. George's, Md., near Balti
more, Prof. J. C. Kinear, A. M., Principal, Col
lege or business. Unsurpassed in advantages,
comfort and situation. $200 to $273 a year.
SCHOOL OF DESIGN. PENN BUILDING,
Penn aveabove Seventh st The fall term
will open on Monday, Sept. 16, 1889; classes in
drawing and painting from the cast and from
life: special class on Saturday. A. W. HEN
DERSON. PrincipaL . sel-3-MWF
THE STEUBENVILLE, O., YOUNG
Ladies' Seminary opens September 17,
with best of advantages in social, English,
music and art departments, and with an ex-
Serienced native French teacher. Address
;EV. DR. AND MRS. A. M. REDJ, Princi
pals. Mrs. Sanford, Co-Principal.
TWO CHOICE 8CHOOLS
SHORTLIDGE MEDIA ACADEMY for
voung men and boys only.
BROOK HA Lli for girls and young ladies
Address SWITHIN C. SHORTLIDGE, A. M.
(Harvard Graduate), Media. Pa., or call on E.
WALKER, Monongahela House, for full In
formation TUESDAY and FRIDAY, this
JOHN F. COX. Attorney at Law, 403 Grant St.
-VTOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN THAT LET
JLN TERS testamentary on the estate of John
Leech, late of Mifflin township, Allegheny
county. Pa., have been granted to tbe under
signed, to whom all persons Indebted to said
estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims against the same
should make them known without delav to
WILLIAM A. WILLOCIC, Option postofflce.
Allegheny county, Pa., or his attorney. sel-99-M
S. HARVEY THOMPSON Attorney at Law.
96 Diamond street.
ESTATE OF JAMES McCLURG, HE
CEASED Notice is hereby given that let
ters testamentary on the estate of James Mc
Clurgbave been granted to the undersigned,
to whom all persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment, and
those having claims against the same should
make them known without delay.
ROBERT YOUNG, ( p..,,
au25-if T. McCLINTOCK. J-"CUtors.
Office of FIDELITY TITLE & TRUST CO.,
121 and 123 Fourth Ave., Pittsbubo, Pa.
TESTATE OF CHARLES P.J MILES, DE
JCj CEASED. Notice is hereby given that
letters of administration on tbe estate of
Charles P. Miles, deceased, late of Sewlckley,
Fa., have been granted to tbe undersigned, to
whom all persons indebted to said estate are.
requested to make immediate payment, and
those having claims or demands against the
same will make them known without delay.
FIDELITY TITLE & TRUST CO.,'Ad'mr of
Charles P. Miles, de'd. DAVID F. EWING,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
application will be made to tbe Gov
ernor 01 Pennsylvania on MONDAY, Septem
bpr 30, 1889, by Herbert DuPuy, David Shaw.
Robert J. Anderson. Robert Josephs and A. H.
Clarke, under tho act of Assembly, entitled
"An act to provide for tbe incorporation and
regulation of natural gas companies," ap
proved the 29th day of May, A. D. 1885, for tbe
charter of an intended corporation, to be
called "Consumers' Heating Company," the
character and object of which is the producing,
dealing in, transporting, storing and supply
ing natural (gas to such persons, corporations
or associations In Allegheny City and vicinity
within convenient connecting distances of its
line of pipe as may desire to use the same; and
for these purposes to have, possess and enjoy
all the Tiznts, benefits and privileges of said
act of Assembly. A. B. CLARKE,
taiJt V-.V J
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gbeny coasty, -
Thomas GFaMeeL Tf.Jaae S.
etal. No. M13teBr terns, KM, Is
Atunut la mi. hi ttoateraMtHM eve.
xpesa the Mlewfenc iMMtiMa mm MUMMr
sale at public aaestea to tfce kfefcest bidder. vks
On WEDNESDAY, SEPTBMMCB U. HN, at
o'cloekrA.3C, oa tbe pfeaatsM, let No. 3C '
"William Arttwr's t plan, begiaaiag em
Arthur street, FHtsbarjf, Pa., M , at t4
No. 36, theaoe aJeatr Arthttr MiWssm,
ot less to line of lot No. U. aasl tsi .,
tending bflefc preserving' ! MaM wttMh Mf
feet to the eoosdary no - H.
O'ClooE A. JL, 01 tee sum oay oh mm 1
lot No. 117 in TbewM SMtt'a ybm
bounded by lots No. lis and US aatt
stre et aau Cherry alley. iroatfMC "
street, and njnntMT back IW fee
alley, Pittatwrg. Psl, baring ttsresa
two irame aweiung nooses.
At 12 o'clock soon of the tsme (,'
premises, all tkat oertala lot sli m to
Sixth ward, Pittsburg, Pa., beghwlsw 0
soutn tiae ot ruts avenue, jsv
Inches west of Chestnut sires
westwanUy along Fifth area M tat
and 6- inches, asd thence miawsV'
and parallel with Chestnut sweet 9t-
serving tne same wwin, 113 leet, ie w:
street, having thereon erected a m
aou me Dncit dwelling souse.
At 2 o'clock p. at. of the same dy, oa Ms
premises, half of lot No. 7 la Mark
Watson's plaa of lots, begiBaisc ac
corner of lot No.. 6. oa Fourteenth sliwsa,
Southslde. Pittsburg. Fa., tbeaee iifg
Fourteenth street southwardly 24 itttaM
of lot No. 8, and thence extending BaekeasV
wardly, preserving the same wktfa, St foe
inches, having thereon ereeted s imaH hrlslr
At 3 o'clock p. x. of tbe suae doc. oa ska
premises, all that certain lot beetawfafceasfca
north side of Wharton street. M8 feet tart
.Meaaow street, toence exteadtsg n
Wharton street eastwardly 38 feet aad la
nonnwaraiy, preserving tee him wimn. jas
feet, to an alley 24 feet wide. aar4ag taeresa
erected a small frame dweffiag aaate.
ALSO, ON THURSDAY, SBPTE3DHO. 24L
at the Grant street entrance to tho Alle
gheny county Court House, at U oloslc
A. n.. all that tract of laao. eoatata-'
lag 50 acres and 108 pereaes. ss
ate in Green Tree borough and See tewa-
ship, Allegheny county. Pa., bounded, e-y toads'
of the heirs of Moses Donlayy. James Brown;
heirs of Daniel Bbawhan, Bell's Ran; he4rs of
Isaac Radwell and Thomas Steel and WUHam,
Hendy, all bnt about 3 acres of wWoh is
UNDERLAID WITH COAL,
which will be-offered separate from the sur
face. Terms of sale 5 per cent at time of sale, one
third on delivery of deed and the balance In
one and two years, secured by first bead and
mortgage with interest payable semi-aaaaaHy,
and with 30 day scire facias clause.
A. M. NEEPER, tauter.
Room 357. Bakewell Law Building, cecGraat
and Diamond streets, Pittsburg. Fa.
WILKINS LINHART. Auctioneer. No. &t,
Fourth ave Pittsburg. Pa. au3e-Z7-Jrrh
BY JAR W. DRAPE 4 CO.
PUBLIC SALE OP
8 TO 10 ACRE PLOTS OF GROUND
"OAK GROVE," AT YO DNS STATION,
Between Parnassus and Valley Carap.Txi.UJ9B
DAY AFTERNOON. September J0.. at 3
o'clock, on tbe premises, or on tbe arrival o
the 2 o'clock express train at Young's Station,
adjoining tbe property. About 90 acres m all,
laid off in 3 to 10 acre plots, all quite close to
tbe railroad station, and to tbe town of Paraaa
sns, where there are churches, schools, stores,
eta. etc. On tbe property there are beautiful
knolls, groups and rows of trees, several un
failing springs, coaL natural gas, etc.
Few places offer so many desirable points tat
rcaiucBVO jjufjjuaea uc lur suuuudu uujgics 1
Plans and further particulars from
JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO.
Agents and Auctioneers, 129 Fourth avenue,
TTttNE TURKISH PARLOR SUIT, PIANO
JU forte, oak and walnnt chamber fnrniture,
carpets, curtains, etc., removed from an Ease
End residence to the rooms. No. 311 Market st,
for convenience of sale, TUESDAY MORN
ING. September 10, 10 o'clock. Walnnt and
oak chamber suits, mirror door wardrobe, pier
mirror, choral gkus. bedsteads, bureaus, wash
stands, hair and husk mattresses, pillows and
bolsters, pictures, cheffoniers, cabinet, folding
bed,' secretary desk, fine walnut bookcases, fine
drugget, Turkish carpet and fine plush parlor
suit, pianoforte, hair cloth chairs and lounge,
toilet ware, leather chain, 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 the other In English;
crushed plush. Owner leaving city. Goods
must positively be sold. HENRY AUCTION"
CO., i.'M-i Auctioneer. se8-19t
A UOTION SALE
133 Eureka street, near East street. All en tows,
SATURDAY, September li 1889, at
4 P.M., on the premises.
A good new three-story and mansard brick
dwelling of eight rooms, hall, vestibule, hard
wood mantels, natural gas, city water: lot 64x
150 feet. Positive sale. On terms.
BLACK 4 BAIRD.
se8-73-srwTS 95 Fourth avenue. -
CHAS. SOMERS & CO.,
313 Wood St.
Choice and cheap, large aud small, im
proved and unimproved properties
throughout both cities and suburbs.
Call and see us.
Telephone No. 1042. ' "
O LET OFFICES TO RENT
Apply to Si
to SUPERINTENDENT OF THE'
OIL LAHDFOR SALE.
Ou SEPTEMBER 18, 1S89, between 1 and S
o'clock p. M., at Court House, Fremont, 0 I"
will sell 80 acres of oil land situated in the Gib
sonburg oil field, and about 1 miles nearly due
north of Gibsonburg. Sandusky county, O., and
abont one mile northeast, on angle ot about 45,
from famous Shoemaker 800-barrel flowing oil -well,
said land being known as Fisher farm.
For further particulars inquire of
S. C. GARVER, Administrator,
se6-3 Fremont, O.
This Company is prepared to receive orders
by mail or otherwise for Absolutelt Pubs
Mile, delivered to customers in sealed glass
Jabs, packed in Ice a: our creamery inSewick
ley. Price 8 cents per quart.
THE SEWICKLEY D4JRY CO.
an20-73-D 110 Wood St.. Pittsburg. Pa.
91 AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-74-D
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rUtllJ tarls, Strontla, Saratoga. Sprudel,
TITAniTJD Clysmic Bethesda, Vichy, Buffalo,
Wnllilt Lithia. Eureka.
GEO. K. 8rEVENS0N4 CO..
SIXTH AVENUE. Jal2-69-3lWT
645 Smlfhfleld street. Pittsburg, Pa. Freibelt
Freund Building, second floor. mh24-SO-JIWT
"Nelson Morris advises me that be will cos-'
mence buying export cattle at the East Liberty.
stock yards, and continue to do so every week,
ie9-10 O. H, ALLKTVTQN, Jr., Snpt.