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THE PITTSBURG- -"DISPATCH, "TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10;
FIRST WARD PURITY.
It Was Proven by Constable Carr and
Jndjje White Yesterday.
FEW SPEAK-EASIES AT THE POIKT.
A Little Boy Finds a Defender in the Judge
TVLo Tries His Case.
GENERAL KEWSOP THE COUXTI COURTS
Constable Peter Carr, of the First ward,
has been away on a vacation and did not
get back in time to make his official returns
to the courts on the first of the month. Carr
appeared in Criminal Court yesterday
with his return, in which he specified that
Ivol Angello, an Italian, was the only ille
gal liquor seller in the ward.
Judge "White had evidently been waiting
ior Constable Carr, and His Honor's ques
tions, with Constable Carr's answers, fol
lowed rapidly like this:
Q, Do you know Samuel AbernethyT A. Yes,
G Has he been selling illegally T A. Not that
X know of.
Q But did you make any effort to find ont
whether he was selling or not A. Yes, sir, I
did, and could find uothlng.
Q. Do vou know whether Mrs. Brennen, of
Penn avenue and First street, is sellinc or not:
A. I do not.
Q, Mrs. Connelly, of Fort street and Penn
avenue? A. I not only tried to find her, but
also sent my mother. Icoald get no informa
tion. Q. Mrs. Freeze. 201 Market streetT A. She is
in the workhouse.
Q. Mrs. Gletz, 31 Third aTenue? A. Never
beard of her.
Q. Thomas Godfrey, 200 Market streetT A.
His place has been closed for six months.
Q. Mrs. Griffin. First street? A. I made an
information against ber, but the witnesses
would not testify that she was selling, and she
Q- Mrs. Hines, Third avenue? A. I don't
Q. Mrs. Cody. Gun tree alley? A. There is
no such a place in the ward.
Q. Mrs. King. Third street, and Mrs. Mo
Guire, Penn avenue? A. I know nothing
abont the places.
Q. But it's your business to know or try to
find out. Mrs. B. McGinnis, Water streetT A
They have a bottling license, but sold none by
Q. Mr. Powers, Point alley? A. No such a
woman lives there.
Q. M. Sullivan, Water street, and Mrs.
Dcuov. Penn aenue? A. I never heard of
"It is hard for a constable to get these
places," concluded Constable Carr, "as they
won't allow us within half a mile of the
Judge "White Did you ask anv police
men about illegal liquor sellers?
Constable Carr Yes, sir; but got no in
formation. Your Honor, there are fewer
speak-eaies in the First ward than in any
ward in the city.
Judge "White It is common rumor in the
newspaper offices that there are thousands
of illegal liquor selling places in the city.
I have no doubt that there as a great deal of
talk, but I don't think there is as much
illegal selling as they try to make out. I
don't say that a constable 'should spend all
his time looking for these places, but when
he hears ol one he should investigate it.
THEr "WERE INDICTED.
Important Cases Acted Upon Yesterday br
he Grand Jury.
The Grand Jury yesterday returned a true
bill against Edward Castle for entering a
building with intent to commit a felony;
larceny and receiving stolen goods. Castle
is charged with having robbed the store of
"W. E. Bclimertz on Mx, Oliver about a
year ago. He was arrested a few days ago
in Hagerstown, Md. Papers for his return
will be made out to-day and forwarded to
A true bill was also found against James
Ii. Orr, the real estate agent, for indecent
assault on Miss May Kelly, a girl employed
in his office oo Fifth avenue.
True bills were found against Miles
Laughlin, James Crawford and George
Morrison for rescuing prisoners. They are
charged with having interfered with the
officers who arrested the rioters at the Carrie
Furnace a few weeks ago, and trying to
rescue the prisoners.
The other true bills were:
A. Hocfiing, entering a building with intent
to commit a felony; William White, horse
stealing; William McCoy, William McCIoskcy,
John Kennedy, larceny and receiving stolen
goods: William White, James Stanton, V.
Jones.larceny from the person; William Drake.
William Grant. William P. Hanlon, Jacob
Thomas, assault and battery; Dude Claire,
Jacob Bodm, Jerry Mahoney, Jerry Downey,
aggravated assault and battery; Adams Piska,
The ignored bills were:
Cljde E. Mnrcklish, larceny and receiving
stolen goods; Joseph Bane, setting a fire with
intent to defraud insurers; Jacob Wenthman
selling and furnishing liquor on Sunday; Ja
cob and Joseph Wenthman, selling liquor with
t out license.
Testimony i Being Taken In the Marshall
The taking of testimony was commenced
in the Orphans Court yesterday on the pe
tition of Anna Frances Marshall to recover
her share of bank stock owned by her father,
the late James Marshall. The stock was
pledged by James Marshall, Jr., as acting
execntor of his father's estate, as collateral
security for a note held by the American
Bank. The stock in question was 50 shares
of 400 shares of the stock of the Farmers'
Deposit National Bank, owned by Mr.
Marshall, Sr. The petitioner's portion of
his estate is one-fourth.
It is held that Mr. Marshall, Jr., had no
right to pledge property belonging to his
lather's estate when the loans were really
obtained as an individual, and not as ex
ecutor, and that their father's estate was
not interested. This suit is one of a num
ber, Mr. Marshall, Jr., having pledged a
large amonnt of stocks belonging to his
father's estate, and afterward tailed. The
testimony being taken is as to his right to
so pledge the estate as an executor.
JUDGE WHITE'S FEAT.
He Acta na Attorney and Judge Both for a
Andrew Kinslow, a 13-year-old boy, was
placed on trial in Criminal Court yesterday
for larceny. He robbed the money drawer
of P. H. Tbod's store, on Carson street,
Soathside. The boy had no attorney to de
fend him, and as there was no one about the
room who could be called on, Judge "White
undertook to defend the lad himself. The
Judge put thewitnesses through a more se
vere examination than an attorney would.
The evidence was very conclusive against
the defendant, but this did not seem to
worry His Honor.
Whether the boy admitted to His Honor
in their private conversation that he had
been guilty of the theft or not was never for
a moment betrayed by the Judge. The case
was submitted without argument, and the
Judge, in chargiug the jury, made a very
fiDe charge, in which the young client did
not get any the worst ot it. The jury is out
in the case.
Hurtnpee'a Case Appealed.
C. A. Sullivan, Esq., attorneyfor Andrew J
Hartupee in his suit against the city of
Pittsburg and Joseph L. Lowry, which was
decided against Hartupee by Judge Stowe
some time ago, yesterday filed an appeal of
the case to the Supreme Court
What Lawyers Hove Done.
.Kate Flaccus yesterday entered suit
against James Whitfield for 5,000 damages for
Eichabd Kelly plead cuilty to a cuarjre of
assault and battery. ud was sent to the work
bouse for on year.
Mabtin NocTON plead guilty in Criminal
Court yesterday to robbing a drunken man in
Enarpsburg. He was sent to the workhouse
ior one year.
tfjZBTKUSs Zohn yesterday entered suit
&3sV5isSKaBKdaLusEicVJfet s,t, f . -. tjaj.4ti iLigIAaBBsJlsnass& la$slaHassfcM. ' islsssssssli InStsss
against William Streible for S500 damages.
Streible obtained an execution against William
Zohn and others, and then levied on and sold
goods belonging to her.
Richard Folkt, Janes O'Conner, James
Morrison and Thomas Jenkins were found
guilty in Criminal Court yesterday of the lar
ceny of a lot of blankets from a tugboat at
Thompson's landing. Foley was sent to the
workhouse for one year. The other three boys
were remanded for further consideration.
To-day's trial list is as follows: In the
Criminal Court Commonwealth vs OllverTate,
Andrew Kinslow, Edward McDonald (2), P.
Banevento, Dennis Sullivan, James Kelly et al,
Joseph Guelics, Henry Rapp, John Drnmin,
William White. John Smith, alias Ganish (2),
Andy Smith, Patrick Boyle. Pasquall Cione,
John Golden et al. Ida BishOD and Osbey
Richard Kintzleb, Sr., yesterday entered
snit against the German Roman Catholic
Knights of St. George of the Dioceses of Pitts
burg and Allegheny. He sues lor $3,000 dam
ages on account of his expulsion from the order
for his refusal to pay an alleged unauthorized
assessment. The order is a beneficial one, and
Kintzler was assessed 82 40 f or four deaths. At
the same time an unauthorized extra assess
ment of 51 45 was made.
The testimony taken in the divorce suit of
Mrs. Sarah Jane Quartz against William
Quartz was filed yesterday. The couple re
sided on Twentieth street and have been mar
ried for 22 years. It was shown that Qnartz
neglected and abused bis wife for years, and
she finally had to leave him. On one occasion
after she had left him he met her and knocked
her down and kicked her in the face until she
THE EVERETT PIANO CLUB,
Or Co-Operatlve Plan of Selling Pianos,
Offers inducements which can be secured in
no other way, while the club members have
the privilege of the easiest payments ever
offered, viz., $1 00 per week. They at the
same time get the benefit ot the lowest pos
sible cash price, obtained by contracting for
350 pianos at one time. If you have not
seen the plan send for our circular at once.
or come and see the piano. Application for
membership should be made immediately,
as the club is filling up. Address or call
on Alex Boss, Manager, 137 Federal street,
Prof. Carl Better, Prof. Jos. H. Gittings,
Prof. H. Bohbock, Prof. F. Albrecht and a
host of others say the Everett Club is a
thoroughly honest and practical plan of
securing a first-class piano at the Ion est
John Howard, the great voice teacher and
author of Physiology of Artistic Singing,
says the Everett piano pleases me. It has a
most delightful quality of tone, a pliant,
responsive touch, and is in every respect a
most satisfactory instrument. tts
J. G. BENNETT fc CO.,
Corner Wood Street and Fifth Avenue.
Bennett & Co. sell Youinan'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.
The School Review.
The attention of school principals and
teachers is called to the September number
of the Beview, which is now ready. The
Beview is a monthly publication unequaled
as suplementary reading in the schools and
of inestimable value to both pupils and
"With the current number the Beview be
gins its seventh year. It is brighter and
better than ever before, containing stories
and sketches for both old and young by the
most accomplished writers in the country.
It is now used in nearly all the city schools
and many other schools throughout the
country as supplementary reading, and it re
ceives nothing but commendations wherever
it goes. The subscription to single sub
scribers is 75 cents per yeir and 50 cents to
school children. Orders sent to PercvF.
Smith, publisher, 55 Virgin alley, Pitts
burg. Sample copies sent free on application.
GRAND MILLINERY; OPENING,
At the People' Slot-r,
Beginning Tuesday, 10th instant, and con
tinued "Wednesday and Thursday. Full
line of lately imported French pattern
hats and bonnets. Campbell & Dick.
15 Cts. Wrapper Flannels 15 Cts.
A beantiful line only 15 cents. Fast
colors, fast colors.
Knable & Shusteb,
35 Fifth avenue.
At the Expo.
"When you go to the Exposition don't fail
to visit Marvin's stand and get a delicious
hot cake, made from Marvin's un
rivaled, self-rising pancake flour. Then
when you go home again take with you
a sack of the flour and make some cakes
for yourself. ttssu.
At tho People's Store.
"We have a large line of New Fall Suits
for Ladies and Misses made up from best
materials, in latest styles, equal in work
manship to any in the country. If they
need alterations to suit customers, it will be
done free of charge at the People's Store by
most competent parties.
Block Goods. Black Goods.
Headquarters on black goods. See ours
before you buy.
Knable & Shuster,
35 Fifth avenue.
HARRY Alden, formerly of this city,
can now be found at "W. H. Holmes &
Son's Chicago House, No. 264 South Clark
street. 120 AVater street,
264 South Clark st., 158 First avenue,
ttssu Chicago. Pittsburg.
Wall Paper! Wall Paper! Wall Paper!
If you want to paper your house this fall
call and see John S. Boberts, 414 Wood st.
He carries all grades, from the cheapest to
the finest, and with the aid of experienced
decorators ne can assure you satisfaction.
Use "Una' flour finest spring patent in
the world. "Golden Wedding" the best of
bread flours. "Duquesne" has no equal as
a pastry flour. Homing's "Ivory," gem of
all family flours.
25 Cts. 25 Cts. 50 Cts. 50 Cts.
Fast black hosiery, hosiery, wool hose,
25 cts., 50 cts. and upward.
Knable & Shuster,
35 Filth avenue.
Harry Alden, formerly of this citv,
can now be found at W. H. Holmes "&
Son's Chicago House, No. 264 South Clark
street 120 "Water street,
264 South-Clark st., 158 First avenue,
ttssu Chicago. Pittsburg.
Misses' Clonks nnd Wraps.
Our stock is open, embracing every style
and quality. Our goods are marked at the
very lowest cash prices, and we can suit
you in every way at the People's Store.
Campbell & Dick.
Knable & Shnster.
Dress goods, dress goods.
French goods, English good.
American goods, German goods.
All prices, all prices, all prices.
Knable & Shuster,
35 Filth avenue.
Heads of families should not fail to keep
a supply of Baeuerlein Brewing Co.'a well
known brand of bottled beer. Pints or qts.
on hand. A call per telephone 1018 will re-
( ceive prompt attention. ttssu
Ladles' Snit Parlors.
New suits for early fall wear arriving
daily at Parcels & Jones', 29 Fifth are.
CUSTARD PIE AHEAD.
The Children in the Country Pre
ferred It to Other Dainties.
SOME CHILDISH EXPERIENCES.
How the Little Ones From the IT. P. Home
Were Kicely Entertained
BI GENEROUS YEOMEN ON THE FARMS
If the good people in the country who
entertained the children from the United
Presbyterian Orphans' Home in Allegheny
for the past four or five weeks could hear
the reports they give of their vacation they
certainly would feel amply paid for their
trouble. Every June the Home sends out
circulars to the pastors of the churches of
the denomination in the country districts
asking them to send a list of those in their
congregation who will entertain the children
for a few weeks, with the number each will
July and August are monthsof expectation
and great preparation with the little ones.
To them it is an oasis in the yearly life at
the Home, and the one time above all others
when they are petted and humored, allowed
to romp as much as they please and made to
feel that someone beside the matron and
immediate friends of the Home care for
This year 40 of the children were enter
tained in West Newton, Tarentnm, Logan's
Ferry, points in Beaver county and other
places. Ten of the inmates were too small
to go or had to stay at home through sick
ness. During last week 30 ot the children
returned at different times, and the other
ten will be back this week.
THEY WERE SHY AT FIRST.
When a reporter visited the Home yes
terday, Mrs. Boss, the matron, called a
number of the children into the playroom
to tell their experiences. Though shy at
first, their exuberant spirits could not keep
them long from talking on their favorite
"Well, what did you do in the country?"
asked the reporter of a bright little girl
named Emma Dewey.
"It would take me till summer to tell
you," she replied.
"What did you like best?" was asked.
"Oh, I liked the house, 'cause it was
yellow an' I had four little kittens, all my
own. Yes, sir, I milked the cow in a big
bucket and had lots ot milt to drink.
"I had custard pie," and "I had custard
pie, too," broke in another.
"I, too," echoed a chorus, showing that
custard pie was a prize feature of the menu
in their country homes.
"I didn't have custard pie," said little
Budolohf Short, climbing up on to the re
porter's lap, with a woe-begone expression
on his face. ''I want to milk a cow, too."
NELLIE COMES TO HIS RESCUE.
Little Nellie, his sister, told Budolph
that she would tell him all about it, and
maybe he could go next summer.
The matron said that the children would
talk about their vacation all winter until
it was time to go again, and since their re
turn they have had great times comparing
notes. The Sunday school picnic was to
them a great pleasure.
Mrs. Bose said that with 50 or more little
ones together, she could not give all the
attention and caresses, which seem as neces
sary to children as water to growing plants.
If she paid a little more attention to one
than another there was a strike right off.
While in the country they are petted and
their little wants and desires looked after
by kind people, and once a year they ieel
something of the influences of maternal
love, such as it is impossible to give them
attKa .Homo. -
For a disordered liver try Beecham's Pills.
Peaks' Soap the purest and best ever made
"VrOTICE THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
LX the stockholders of the Frohsinn Society
to elect Directors takes place at their office, 305
Penn ave.. TUESDAY, beptember 10, 18S9.from
i o'clock p. M, till 9 o'clock p. it.
iu2S-a.p C. W. KRAUS, Secretary.
T RIDGE NOTICE U.S. ENGINEER OF
JL FICE, Louisville, Ky., August 10, 1S89
llio Board of Engineers on the Louisville
bridge will meet in public session at Major A.
Stickncy's office, Louisville, Kv.,ou September
12, 1889, at 11 A. 31.. local time, to hear argu
ments for or against the plan and location of
the bridge proposed by the Louisville and Jel
fersonville Bridge Co. C. B. COMSTOCK,
Colonel of Engineers, President of the Board.
aul3-28 13 14-15-16-selO-U
NOTICE TO NAVIGATORS THE CHAN
NEL piers or the Dravoaburg bridge, on
the Monoacahela rtlver are being bnilt at
McDQNaLD & JTJTTE. Builders. selO-45
"VTOTICE TO HOUSE BUILDERS
JL Sealed proposals will be received by the
undersigned until MONDAY, September SO, at
4 p. jr.. for the erection of a bose house and
police station, to be erected for the Borough of
McKeesport, on Market street. Plans and
specifications for the same can be seen at the
office of the Borough Clerk, First National
bank building. The Council reserves the right
to reject any or all proposals. GEORGE
BOSSART, Clerk. selO 96-TTS
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company,
Office 233 South Fourth Street.
Philadelphia, beptember 7. 1889
CEALED PROPOSALS ADDRESSED 1
yj the undersigned (and marked on the out-
siae "Proposals"), will be received at this office
until 9 A. M. SEPrEMBERlfl, 1889, for furnish
ing all labor and materials and erecting complete
above foundations at Walls station on the Pitts
burg division, P. R. R.:
(1) A brick semi-circular repair shop, 432 feet
iZ) A brick office building; 30x40 feet, and
(3) A brick paintsbop, 20x81 feet, together
with Ave 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.
se8-30-TTSn Chief Engineer.
JENNINGS & WILSON Bakewell Liw Bide
E STATU OF MR8. ISABELLA W. U.
Comingo, deceased. Notice is hereby
given that letters of administration on the es
tate of Mrs. Isabella W. C. Comingo, deceased
late of Pittsburg, county of Allegheny and
State of Pennsylvania, have been granted to
the undersigned, to whom all persons indebted
to said estate are requested to rnako Immediate
payment, and those having claims or demands
against the same will make them known with
out delay to ISAAC CRAIG. JR., Administra
tor, Na 91 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg. auWH-Tu
TN RE DISSOLUTION OF THE
j BtSTfcl Bridge uompany.
In the Onurr nf
iummou rjea rtit. x, ui Aiiegnenv COunt Pa.
No. 404, October term, 1889. Notice is hereby
given that on SATURDAY, September 28. A.
D. 1SS9, at 10 A. M., application will be made to
the Court in the above proceeding for a decree
dissolving tho Elizabeth Bridge Company and
distributing its assets in accordance with the
schedule filed, and that the same will be
granted unless exceptions are filed in the
meantime. ALBERT J. WALKER, Attorney
for said Company. sel0-i4 tu
r A. BALPH,
41 Seventh avenue,
Telephone 1341 se5S8 tts
98 Fourth avenue,
SPECIAL SALE OF WATCHES, CLOCKS
jewelry and silverware till Oct I, to make
room for tall stock; solid gold stick pins 50c up,
eta, all other goods marked down equally as
cbean: 25 per cent off on all silverware (hollow)
at WILSON'S, 61 Fourth ave., Pittsburg!
Watch, clock and jewelry repairing a specialty.
au27-rrs ' '
83-Display advertisement! one dollar per
square for one insertion. Classified advertise
ment on this page such at Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, eta ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken for less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
publio, Branch Offices have been
established at the following1 places,
where "Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to O P. M. for inser
tion next morning: ,
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts wlthlMDlS
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 8S,9 Butler street.
EMIL G. STUCKEY, 24th street and Penn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY A CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton st
24. bfOKELY. Fifth Avenue Market House.
I. W. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER & SHEIBLER, 5th av. & Alwood it.
JACOB srOHN. So. 2 Carson street.
H. A. DUlALDSON. 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAERCHEE, S8 Federal street.
H. J. McBKIUE. Federal and Ohio streets.
FRED H. EGGEHS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGERS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PERKY M. GLEIS1. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
W. W. FLo'cKEB. Stationer. No. 4 Grant ave.
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS OYSTFR AND
clam opener, at ISO. 3DIAMONDSQUARE.
-TTTANTED-lW LABORERS AT t OURTH A VE
VV NUEand Grant st. BOOfH&FLINN.
WANTED -A TUTOR IN GERMAN AND
French. 43 BEECH Sr.. Allegheny Citv.
WANTKU-4 COOPERS FOR SLACK WORK.
, Apply to M. C. DOLAN, No. 142 Colwell
St., city. selO-99
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS COATMAKER;
steady work: married man preferred. P.
SEEFORD, illes, O.
WANTED BROWN STONECUTTERS iOll
bnlldlnRwork. Call on or address A. H.
AJIICK, Cnmberland, Md. sc8-14
WANTED-SALESMAN TO SELL GOODS BY
sample: good salarvDald. Write toCEN-
CO., Cincinnati, O , or Chicago.
WANTED-TWO DRUMMERS FOB CITY;
used to solicit: good commission. Apply
between 10 and 11 A. x. Tuesday, No. 4431 VENN
WANTED A GOOD, SOBER -LATHE
hand, at once: mnt be a mechanic: steady
employment to right man. Apply BUTLEK
ai-jju. w., ijui., uutier, ra. 6e8-140
WANTED - AN EXPERIENCED BOOK
KEEPER; must take charge or office and
collecting; city reference required. Address,
stating salary expected, ir. PE., Dispatch office.
Tirj-ANTED GARDENER AND MAN TO
vv work about country place; Blngle and able
to drive and attend to green house: references re
quired. Apply to ROOM NO. ONE (1), Bakewell
Law Building. selO-60
WANTED FIRST-CLASS, SOBER PRE
SCRIPTION glass blowers; also a few food
finishers: union wages: steady work: rare wild;
rite Tullv: say who vou worked for. CHICAGO
GLASS MFG. CO.. Chicago.
TV powder and pure eptces: gifts with golds;
coke workers, miners or mlllmtn can makemdney
In their spare time: special Inducements toier
Bons having established trade. YAMASHlRO
TEA CO.. SS Jackson t Allegheny, Pa. J
WANTED BAD WRITERS AT SMART'S
ECLECTIC SHORTHAND AND BUSI
NESS COLLEGE, 4SIxth St.: penmanship, tpok
keenlng. arithmetic Bhorthand,typewrlting thor
oughly taught for fo per month: private tnstuc
tlons for both sexes; open dally 9 A. M. to 9 r.'it.
WANTED AGENTS IF DEfalRlMJ TO
make money rapidly to take our fTug
Fastening:" no experience required; they sell
themselves at 35c and 50c per pair; they cost vou
Japanned llc nickel plated 12c; Just the hlng
for county fairs: 110 per day made easily, iend
25c for sample (nickel plated), or 2c stamp foi cir
cular. SAFETY TUG FASTENING CO I 304
Vine St., Cincinnati. sc5-S6-tirs
WANTKD-FIRSI'-CLASS BARBERS; ALSO
wanted barbers to know that we have:r
great furiilturc salesroom still open forlnipec
tlon to prove that we are the only manufacturers
in Western Penna. ; we occupy 5 floors and 1 num
bers, and we will be pleased to show any barbers
that may call and convince themselves of the
truth of our statement. A. ELLIS & CO., Lead
ing Manufacturers or Barbers' supplies and fur
niture: successors to S. Delp; formerly 80
Diamond, now Wi, 504, 506, 503 and 510 Liberty st.
"TTTTAN TED-FIRST-CLASS SALESLADIES IN
r t cioait aeparimcm.
Apply at OFFICE. 510
WANTLD-GOOD STOUT GIRL FOR LAUN
DRY. Apply AMERICAN HOUSE. 1002
Liberty St., city. selO-72
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL UOUSE
WORK: must come recommended. AddIv
ust come recommended. Apply
at NO. 9 ARCH ST., Allegheny.
WAN1ED-AT ONCE. 50 GOOD "WOMEN
and girls for general factory work. Inquire
BOVARD PARNELL, Ml Liberty St., tit?.
WANTED-6 TRAINED FEMALE NURSES;
must show diploma. Apply DR. SU1TOA.
private hospital, 170 Ridge ave., Allegheny citv.
-VTTANTED-GtJOD COOK. AND LAUNDRESS.
it German Protestant woman preferred, by
&K?il3rJfftSSi must speak English. Adaress
NEIL CROSBY, P. O. Box 661, city. selO-53
WANTED-A PROTESTANT GIRL AS NUR
SERY governess, who can do neat sewing,
amuse children, assist them with their lessons,
and make herself generally useful with the care of
them. Address GOVERiiJiSS, Dispatch office.
Pittsburg, Pa. S65-55
Male nnd Pcmnle iTdo.
WANTED-50 LABORERS, STEADY WORK:
carriage driver; farm hands, 60 cooks, 20
chambermaids, 100 nurse girls, pantry girl and
dishwasher, housekeeper and sewing girl, store
girl. MEEUAN'S, 545 Grant st. se9-n
WA,,TEPr:7EAC'HE,teTIIE BOARD OF
School Directors or Ohio township willmect
atschoolnoaseNo. 5, two miles rrom Glenfleld
station. P.. Ft. W. AC. R. It. on Friday, Septem
ber 13. at 1 o'clock p. M., to elect five teachers for
schools of said township. W. S. GRUBBS, Sec.
WANTFD - f25 WEEKLY-REPRESENTATIVE,
male or female. In every community:
goods staple: household necessity; sed at sight: no
peddling; salary paid promptly, and expenses ad
vanced. ull particulars and valuable simple
casefree: we mean just what we say. Addressat
once STANDARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston.
WANTED-POSITION TO TAKE CARE OF
horse and cow aud work about a place- will
work ror board and clothes. Address jAb
CLINGAN, No. 5 Market St. selO-M
WANTED-blTUATlON BY YOUNG MAN
with three years' experience In the hard
ware business; understands d. e. bookkeeping
references. Address Q. U. A., Dispatch ofllce.
WANTED-POSITION 1). E. BOOKKEEPER;
competent to take charge of set or boots
ror rnfg. or other concern: salary fOOO to S1.20C- Al
reference. Address BOOKKEEPER, 8H Eleventh
ave.. Altoona, Pa. sclO-S
TiTANTED-SITUATION AS BOOKKEEPER.
T T paymaster or confidential clerk: best ofref
ences; bond ir required; by a reliable gentleman
who sneaks several languages. Address Kappa.
WANTED-PARTY TI1H p.500 TO .101 V
advertiser in land operation or unusual
merit and profit: no risk: large profits certain.
Address O. D.. Dispatch office. . selO-50
-TTTANTED-TWO (2) ACTIVE, ENEKGE1IC
V V men with tj00 eacb to loin the subscriber in
the purchase of an old-established and well
known real estate business, lor particulars ad
dress MORTO AGE,- Dispatch office. 6C10-62
WANTED-TO MEET A PARTY OF INFLU
ENCE among capitalists to join under
signed in organization ol syndicate to purchase
very large tract coal and Umber land at a great
bargain. Address N. B., Dispatch office.
Rooms, Houses. Etc.
WANTED - ROOMS - A PROFESSIONAL
gentleman and wire desire rooms, with or
without board. In Allegheny near the parks. Aa
dress BOi. 15J, Allegheny. sel0-69
Boarders, and Lodgers.
WANTED-BOARDERS. AT No. 502 NORTH
HILAND AVE., East End. iel"70
VV amount. 4" tnOner cent h
curity and desirability of loan. FRl.li TtlN K-
-"."-... " 3 - uv. ..CUL. I
HART, Room 4, 54 Fuurth ave.
WANTED-MOKTGAGES-Jl, 000, 000TO LOAN
on city and suburban properties st 4K. Sand
t per cent and on larms in Allegheny anTaala-
cJ.ni,C0.ntJe !?, 6 per t. ii. pennock: a
SON, 10j fourth avenue. apnt
"fTr ANTED-MORTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
TV In sums to suit at 4f, S and 6 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over 4,00O;.43 ner cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER & CO.. K Fourth avenue.
WANlED-t300 TO $3UO0O TO LOAN ON
mortgages: 4.1. 5 and 6 per cent. JAS. W.
DRAPE St. CO., 129 Fourth avenue. Pittsburg.
v r in large and small amounts at 4)4. 5 and 8
per cent, free of State tax: no delay. REED B.
CO YLE & CO., 131 Fourth ave. myH-eo
TK7"A1 TED-TO LAN MONEY ON MORT
v T GAGES on Improved real estate lu sams of
300 and upward at 4), 5 and 6 per cent. L. O.
FRAZIER, Forty-fifth and Bntler streets.
"TTTANTED-TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
V V or S3, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on H percent, tree or tax: also smaller
amounts at Sands per cent. BLACK UAIBD,
So iourtu avenue. se21-d28-D
WANTED-YOU TO GET A MAKER'S
dozen (13) or Stewart ft Co. s fine cabinet
photos Tor II, at SO and 92 FEDERAL ST..AUe
WANTED-EVERYBODY TO SEND THEIR
furniture needing upholstering, repalrlne
-KISKAJN, a ana
AN, 33 and
34 Water st. 'FhonelKS,
T)irANlED-TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
VV BERStosccnreaflne gold watch for each
one in the club at tl 00 per week. Address P. O.
Box SOL and I will calf and snow you the watch.
TTTAJ,TED-ALL UNION COOPERS TO
V know that a strike Is In progress at Dolan's
Cooper Shop. Twenty-sixth street, Southsldc. for
Just cause. WILLIAM" BURN and JOHN SMITH,
Committee, K. or L., 1862. eeg-lC
"VTITANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
VV TOG RAPHER, 96 Uth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at (1 SO per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous process. mhl3-C3
WANTED ALL BARBERS TO KNOW THAT
we are not any benefit to our competitor.
We do not have papers print lor ns false state
ments. We don't try to Injure oar competitor.
Wc are not proprietors of any barber shops, but
we have rurnished the finest barber shop In West
ern Pennsylvania. All barbers know that we
manutactnre all first-class goods.. We don't have
others make goods Tor us with our name on. Who
supplied the 6 cent shops before we came to this
city? Who started the 5 cent shop at corner
or Wylle and Federal streets. Pittsburgr We
do not ask our workmen ir they belong to
the union, but pay union wages, which others
have one man doing the work or six and only nay
boy's wages. Now who has scab labor? We
don't claim that we are any length or time at
present location, but we do claim to be successors
to the oldest barber supply house in Western
Pennsylvania, formerly so Diamond street.
Surely two in the same line of business could not
occupy the one number. Now we hope that all
barbers will Iook Into this matter. We expect
our competitor to advertise and try to Impose on
our customers with all bis falsehoods, which we
hope will not be recognized as a business way.
This we answer to prove that we are doing only a
strictly honest business, and it Is for the last time
that we answer to our protection. Beware of
falsehoods and remember the only honest and
leading manufacturers and dealers in barbers'
supplies and furniture In Western Pennsylvania,
A. EULIS & CO.. scccessors toS. Delp. rormerli
No. 80 Diamond St., now 502, 604, 506, 503 and S10
FOR SALE-LTintOVED REAL ESTATE.
TTKIR SALE-FOR S3.100-A GOOD HOUSE 6
-a.' rooms. No. 43 Linden, near Chestnut St.,
Dixm wara. w. A.
HERRON &SONS. SO Fourth
FOR SALE-K.500-A NEAT BRICK HOUSE 8
rooms on Center avenue, near Crawford St.. a
good house at a reasonable price. W. A. HERRON
& SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. se5-40-TTS
TTIOR SALE-WEBSTER AVE.. NEAR FUL-
JU ION St., a very desirable 2-story brick; 6
rooms and large storeroom;
price low. J.
i. JiciLiiji, vi uiamonasi.
FOR SALE-SOUTHERN AVE., MT. WASH
INGTON. 3-story frame: 8 rooms and store
room; this can be bought at a bargain: lot 24x146.
J. C. RE1LLY. 77 Diamond St. EeS-lll-TTSSU
TTlOR SALE-BLUFF ST.,
JL new nrlck honse.
8 rooms. halL bathroom.
finished basement; all late Improvements; lot 23
ii. iu. oyi.Mii.; terms 10 suit. num. tuir
ARD, No. 20 Bluff St. aul-87-TTSSa
FOR BALE-WYL1E AVE.-NEAR DAVIS
street, 2-story and mansard brick dwelling
i rooms, bath and laundry, n. and a. gas; every
thing In flrst-class condition; lot 23x100. J. 0.
REILLY. 77 Diamond st. se8-lll-TTSSa
FORSALE-87.0DO MAIN STREET NEAR PENN
avenue, three new brick dwellings, 5 rooms
and finished attic each: Inside shutters, slate
roof, well finished and completely sewered;
corner lot 57x84 ftet; good permanent Investment:
a bargain. L. O. FRAZIER, Fortr-flfth and
Butler streets. selO-50-Trsu
East End Residences.
TTioR sale-ward st., Oakland, an
Xz elegant 2-story frame dwelling: 6 rooms and
finished attic; nat. gas; a very desirable locality:
large lot, J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond St.
TTIOR SALE-S3.700-FOB A FEW DAYS ONLY.
Ion Ward St., Oakland, with gas. water, bath.
civ.; u uniKuiii lu uuiCK OUTer. .BIjAUH X
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 2D-73 se8-69
FOR SALE-OAKLAND HOMES MAGNA
st., near Craft ave.: elegant 2-story and
mansard brick dwellings of 8 rooms; all modern
Improved conveniences: invite inspection.
BLACK & BAIKD, S5lourth ave. 2D-3I 6e8-&
FORSALE-A IIANDSOMES-ROOMED BRICK,
house beautifully located on O'Hara street
( which Is opened from Fifth to Ellsworth ave.).
.near Fifth ave.; complete sewerage; price only
156,000. Forplans and terms see W. A. HERRON
I & SONS. SO Fourth ave. se5-8-5,7,10,13,17
TTIOR SALE-S1.500- OAKLAND DWELLING,
JJ 8 rooms, halL vestibule, range, bath. Inside
W. c, laundry, ctcr; 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 Fonrth ave. 2D-74 se8-69
FOR SALE-S2.700-GROSS STREET, NEAR
Liberty ave. ; three minutes' walk to station;
new frame dwelling, 5 rooms, finished attic, hall,
vestibule. Inside shutters, side entrance, nicely
finished and grained: lot 21x100: si. ooo rash. mi.
ance easy payments. L. O. FRAZlEK. Forty-fifth
and Butler sts.
FOR SALE-S2.600--LIBERTY AVE., NEAR
Thirty-ninth st.,two squares from cable line,
new frame dwelling. 5 rooms, finished attic, hall,
vestibule, inside shutters, slate mintel, side en
trance, etc.: lot 20x100 feet to alley: Immediate
possesion; JI.OOO cash, balance long time. L. O.
FRAZIER, Forty-fifth and Butler sts.
FOR SAL E-OAKLAND, FOURTEENTH
ward, a new 2-story and mansard brick dwell
ing, 8 rooms, bath. w. c, hall, laundry, etc.,
slate mantels, tile fireplaces and hearths, nne
chandeliers, both gases, city water and house
wired ror electric lights, plate glass windows,
electric bells, good sewerage, street paved with
asphaltum and paid ror, beautiful shade trees in
front of house, a lew minutes rrom cable cars:
price SS.5O0; a moderate cash payment and bal
ance long time: Immediate possession. SAMUEL
W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave. se 4-D
FOR SALE-A FINE NEW EAST END RESI
DENCE and large lot. 70x23 leet, on one or
the most desirable paved avenues In the East End;
contiguous to cable and steam tars, 12 spacious
and elegant rooms, billiard room, library, bath
and lavatory, 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 aud clothes presses,
with all other ot the more recent Improvements
and modern appliances, and everything new and
perfect In every particular; flue piazza, and
verandah covers the entire front, from which the
view ortbe Liberty Valley Is most charming and
picturesque; the residence Is all complete and
re idy tor immediate occupancy: It will pay any
one who contemplates purchasing a first-class
East End rcsldeuce to examlue this nronertv-
terms reasonable: a card of permission to ex
amine the premises can be obtained at our office.
JAS. AV. DRAPE & CO., 12) Fourth avenue,
FOR S.LEJ0. 36 NIXON ST., SATURDAY,
September 14, at 2 o'clock, at auction, on the
premises. See EW1NG BYERS, No. 93 Fed
eral St., first floor. eelO-75-TTs
FOR SA lE-ONLY HK, 2 HOUSES ON SHEF
FIELD ST.near Beaver ave.. Allegheny. For
full Information see W.
HERRON & SONS,
Ho. 80 i our tn ave.
FOR SALE-3-blORY BRICK HOUSE
Fourth ward. Alleghenv, 9 rooms, bath
room, lavatory, large wide lialls;vestlbule: house
cry complete and in good repair: will pay 10 per
cent on investment: price ss,0C0. w. W. Mo
NE1LL&BRO., 105iourthave. seS-93
FOR SALE ONLY 2.300 IF SOLD QUICK
a neat dwelling; 5 rooms in fine order: lot 40x
176 rt; this is a great reduction in price, and chear ;
centrally locatea In Bellevue, P.. tt W. &C.R.
R. W. A. HERRON SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR KALE-EMSW ORTH BUILDING LOTS,
60x100 leet. (400 and (500 each; these are bar
gains and will not Btandiong. BLACK & BAIRD,
95 Fourth ave. 211-63
FOR BALE-160 ACRES, GOOD TITLE, BEST
land In Dakota; well situated; price, only
SS50 cash, or pX on time; owing to death or former
owner the place must be sold; would exchange for
good city property. FRANKM. ROSS. 127 Pearl
st.. city. se8-U5-Tusu
T?OR SALE-A GREAT BARGAIN-A FARM
of 500 acres; 100 cleared, balance timber; new
house, barn, etc.: farm well watered: fronts for
one mile on the Potomac river; No. 1 situation ror
fishing club: price only S5.000. J. H. BRlblOR,
Martlnsburg, W. Va. selO-74
FOR SALE-FARM 125 ACRES. 2-STORY
brick dwelling 10 rooms, large barn, frnlt
shrubbery, springs; soil, lay of land, location lor
summer and winter, and price, has notltseaual:
excellent location for physician, ED.
TISH, no Grant st., Pittsburg, Pa, ie7-D I
FOR te ALE-LOTS.
FOR SALiy-LOTB ONBEUFF AND VICKROY
sts.. near college; terms to salt. ROUT.
FOR SALE-LOTS ON SOUTHERN AVE.
Mt. astitngton, two very desirable ones at
300eacb. J. CvBElLLY, 77
TiWR SALE-BEAUTIFUL LOTS 25x120 1 ONLY
JL' 3 miles from pnstomee: fare 4 cents: close to
station: pore air; abnndince of water, for ITS and
upward: S5 down and 75 cents per week: come to
?.m?for rree r'de to the ground. MAG AW A
GOFF, 145 Fourth ave. se8-S8-T8u
East End Lots.
FORSALE-CONHAD STREET. TWENTIETH
ward, choice building lot,S0x!6O feet:Iocatlon
flrjt class and convenient to steam and cable cars;
Srlee. 50 per foot front. L. O. FitAZIER. Forty
fth and Bntler sts, selO-SO-rrsu
FOR 8ALE-IN NEIGHBORHOOD OF LATjS
, William Carr's residence (Point Breeze), nice
building lots, handy to cable and 1. R. R-. from
l0 each and upward. MELLON BROTHERS,
6349 station st., E. E. seS-llS-ToBU
TTHIKSALE-ATLANIIO AVE.. TWENTIETH
-l,. ward, large fine lot JOOxlM feet, covered
with fine shade trees and surrounded by flrst-clasi
Improvements; three mlnntes walk to station;
frfce very low and terms easy. L. O. FRAZ1ER,
orty-flfth and Bntler streets. selO-50-TTSU
FOR SALE--TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE
low prices at which we ofler finest building
sites between Hlland and Negley aves.; property
in this location Is advancing rapidly on account
of the bnlldlng or the Hlland Park cable line.
MELLON BROTHERS, 6349 Station St., E. E.
FOB SALE LOTS. SIZE 40X120 FEET TO
sewered alley. 20 feet wide: near South Hl
land ave., East Liberty; only two minutes' to ca
ble cars; finest locations ior residence; the price
einnot be dnplleated In the East End. MELLON
BROS., East End, or JOHN F. BAXTER, 512
Smlthfield street. seS-103-Tnr
FOR SALE A PIECE OF GHOUND ABOUT
2 acrs. in the East End, Mulford avenue
near Brusbton avenue; about 3 minutes' walk
from Brnshton station: to be sold at public sale
for account of whom It may concern, on Monday
afternoon, September 16. at 3-30 o'clock, on the
premises; terms rrom JAS.W. DRAPE ft CO.,
Agen ts and Auctioneers, 129 Fourthavenue, Pitts
FOR SALE (99) 10 ACRES IN THEELEVEI.TH
Ward, Allegheny, adjoining the P. Ft. W. ft
C. R. U., andnear California Ayenne Boulevard;
wonld subdivide nicely. SAMUEL W. BLACK ft
CO., 99 Fourth ave. selO-48-ns
TPOB SALE-WEST VIRGINIA
timber lands far ! at low cash nrlees.
Address D. O., Dispatch office. selO-49
FOR 8ALEREAD THIS THROUGH, YOU
will find great bargains In real estate on
tne southslde. Knoxvllle,
frame bouse, 9 rooms and to
ree-story brick of
rooms ana casement, corner vrwenuein ana
Jane streets, H500: corner Twenty-eighth street
and Fox alley, 2 brick and 2 frame houses, each
containing 4 rooms and attic. 7, 500: Nos. 2014 and
Suis Sidney street, each having 6 rooms and attic,
only (2.500 each; Breed street, corner Uxor alley,
2 brick houses and 2 rows of frame buildings,
monthly Income tlOl, the entire place cheap,
3,000; frame dwelling, 6 rooms, head Fifteenth
street, 11,800; frame house, 5 rooms. No. 1703 Mer
rlmans street, fl.5CO; No. 53 South Fifteenth
street, Iot40x80, large dwelling. 12.800; No. 219
Plane avenue, near Mt. Oliver Incline station,
house, 10 rooms, store rooms and large hall, only
4,500; house, 4 rooms with 4 lots, Charles street,
Knoxvllle; will sell lots separately or the entire
place cheap, at S3,35U; lots on Carson street, $1,000
each: lots near Twenty-stcond Street Incline,
S300; row of frame houses Tlilrd street, near Ann
street. Homestead, only (1.350; beautiful home. 7
rooms, 2 acres of land at Howard station. P., V.
sUH. R., near Homestead, very cheap. 4.250.
Look at this large tine house, 8 rooms, bay win
dows, etc, with about 1 acre ofland, at Industry,
Scott Haven station, P.. McK. &Y. R. R., tine
location, only 3, 000: and have lot 60x150, with a
stable near house, cheap, at (600; two houses con
taining IS rooms, store room, good water, near
Homestead station, both cheap, ror 3,500; fine
lot, Carson street, centrally located, So.500; frame
house. Brooms, No. 1709 Josephine street, fAOOO;
elegant house. 8 rooms, all modern Improvements,
Carson street, lot 25x120. very low at SI. 000. I
have a great many other properties for sale in al
most any locality at bargains and on easy terms.
Apply to O. R. TOUDY. 1721 Carson street, Pitts
burg, SonthsldePiw selO-82
POE SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-FIRST-CLASS SALOON DOING A
good business: best location In the city. Ad
dress 8. C. vHnTENBEBGER.179Markelstreet,
East Liverpool. O.. Opera House Block. selO-Sl
TiWR SALE-FOB . PART CASH, BUSINESS
J paving now from 115 to S20 per week, can be
doubled In two months, suitable ror oldish man.
Ask ror D1TTMAB, American House, 1002 Liberty
street, Pittsburg. selO-47.
FOB SALE-FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANTS,
boarding bouses, choice cheap grocery stores,
confectioneries, drygoods and notion stores,
furnished house for roomers, very profitable large
bakery and confectionery, clear stores, bafeerle .
reed store, milk depot, shoe stores, drug stores.
Erlntlng office, good country newspaper ofilcc.
utchershop. and many other business chances.
b i ee particulars.
bUEPAED CO.. 54 Fifth ave.
IOR SALE-COR. ROSS AND FIRST AVE.;
cheap: lot 39x70 feet, with buildings.' W. A.
HERRON & SONS. 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-ADVANCE ROLLER MILLS
N ewly refitted to Case system, steam power;
doing No. 1 work: desirably located on R. R.;
plenty of bard wheat at mill door; terms low. Call
or address TAYLOR BROS. & CO., Rogers, Col.
Co.. O. SU22-67-D
FOR SALE 3I1SCELLANEOU&.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock. fcc
FOR SALF-JUMP SEAT BAROUCHE. AP
PLY to DEWING & FRENCH, Madison ave.
and Concord st , Allegheny, Pa. seiO-92
FOR SALE-TWO OOOD HORSES. ONE FINE
saddler and one suitable for doctor's driving
horse; both 7 years old. Can be seen at SKEL
TON '3 STABLE, 13 Third ave. selO-98-TT
Machinery and metals.
FOR SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
and refitted; repairing promptly attended to.
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aul0-29
FOR SALE NOW ONE SECOND-HAND
tenoning machine, 2 surface planers andl
shaper,and new and second-hand engines. boilers.
iutu Ktrmea, uir Lau&s, au'men valves, castings,
etc. VELTE &, MCDONALD, Thirty-second st.
and Penn ave. iril-91-TT8
PERSONAL MALTBY'S OYSTER DEPOT,
late 76 Fifth avenue, removed to 641 smith
field street; fresh oysters1 received dally: orders
filled at lowest prices. J. B. HEMMEKLE, Mgr.
PERSONAL-BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKSI
New and old, ancient and ittouern. standard
and rare, legal, medical and aclentlBc 35.000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STOKE: 900
Liberty st. - au3-9S
recently they bad not been on the
iwlnrto a little famllT lar rw.ivi.
best or terms owing to a
sloned by the wife insisting on being allowed to
renovate his wearlnc annareL and which, of
course, was done In a bungling manner; In order
to prevent the trouble they agreed to send all
their work hereaRerto DICKSON, the Tailor, 65
llith ave., corner Wood St., second floor, and
now everything Is lovely and peace and happiness
again rclgne In their household. Telephone 1558.
LOST-SMALL BROWN SPANIEL DOG-ON
Penn ave , E. E., on Sunday last. Reward
will be paid for return to O'HARA ST.. second
house below Walnut. E. E. sclO-97
WELFTH ANNUAL FAIR
BUTLER COUNTY AGRICULTURAL AS
SOCIATION Will be held on their grounds, at
SEPTEMBER 10, 11, 12, and 13, 1889.
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
closo Saturday. September 7, at 6 o'clock p. w.
ALL PREMIUMS PAID ON THE GROUNDS
on Friday, 13, commencing at 1 o'clock. Mu
sic by the Major E. A. Montootb Band, of
Pittsburg. For premium list or speed purses
send to W. P. ROESSING, Secretary.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE-TO-NIGHT.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
September 16 Denman Thompson's "Old
W. J. SCAN LAN.
September 16 C. L. Davis in "One or the Old
NOON and evening.
Week September 18,
WOMAN AGAINST WOMAN.
ARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
To-night, Matinees, Tuesday, Thursday and
ENGLISH FOLLY CO. se9
HE NEW WORLD'S MUSEUM
week the great
32 In number, all artists. IfextiBIg Eliza,
TO LET-PEN N. NEAR NINTH ST.. HOUSE
of 8 rooms, jsopermo.: will sell faralshmeat
of same cheap. W. A. HEREON A SONS, M
Fourth ave. seg-ge-B
To let-no. 41 marion st. (furnished
or unfurnished); 7 rooms: late Improvement!:
pear Forbes st. W. A. HEREON & SONS, 80
Fourth avenue. seie-07
LET PKNN AVE.. NEAR NINTH
street. 1 tpw rfMlrAhli. and nteaa&ntlv lfw
cated dwellings, suitable for boarding or private;
both gases: city water; low rent. BLACK &
BAIHD. 95 Fourth aye.- seS-71
rent, 37.50 per month. STRAUB MGKKIS,
corner vvoodst. and Third ave., Pittsburg. Fa,
TO LET-IN THE SECOND WARD, ALLE
GHENY, brlcfc'house. or 6 rooms, finished
attic, both giues, bath, etc. r near parks: && per
month. ALEXANDER & LEE, UJ Wood .;.
TO LET-42S PENN AVE.-LABGE BOOM,
second-story front, three windows: hack
parlor first story, and smaller rooms, all hand
sometyand newly furnished. selO-M
mo LET-IN HOUSE FACING PARK. VERY
X desirable large, airy, well famished room,
both gases and use of bath, suitable for one or two
gentlemen. Address, PRIVATE FAMILY, Dis
patch Office. sels-43.
TO LET - FORTY-FIFTH ST. A GOOD
brick corner business stand, containing fine
storeroom. 9 dwelling rooms, hall, etc.: counters
and shelving complete: good opening fors grocery
or hatcher; rent very low. L. O FRAZIER,
Forty-fifth and Butler sts. ae8-77-TT8a
Offices. Desk Room, dec
TO LET-CHOICE OFFICES. SINGLE OB
in suit. In the Standard block. Wood, near
Fifth avenue. W. A. HEBRON SONS, 80 Fourth
ave. r sel-52-TTS
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING, 75, T7 and 79 Diamond street, two of the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be round in the
city; rent, 200andsaeo per annum. Including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam heating.
Apply- between 10 A. M. and 1 P. v., or between
2 and 4 P.M. JT23-C7
rpo LET-STORE OB OFFICE ROOM, WITH
JL large vault, suitable Ior insurance office xr
similar business, in Germanla Savings Bank
bnlldlng. No. 419 Wood street t room formerly oc
cupied by George Kelneman as saloon, and now
temporarily occupied by the American Express
Co.; It Is two steps below grade, making a first
class basement. Inquire at THE BAN K.
BY JAS. TV. DRAPE 4 CO.
PUBLIC SALE OF
8 TO 10 ACRE PLOTS OF GROUND
"OAK GROYE," AT YOUNG STATION,
Between Parnassns and Valley Camp. THURS
DAY AFTERNOON. September 19, at 3
o'clock, on the premises, or on the arrival ol
the 2 o'clock express train at Young's Station,
adjoining the property. About 90 teres in all,
laid oS in 3 to 10 acre plots, all quite close to
the railroad station, and to the town of Parnas
sus, where there are churches, schools, stores,
etc., etc. On the 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 for
residence purposes or for suburban homes.
Plans and further particulars from
JAB. W. DRAPE CO.
Agents and Auctioneers, 129 Fourth avenue,
rE TURKISH PARLOR SUIT, PIANO
forte, oak and walnut chamber furniture,
carpets, curtains, eta, removed from an East
End residence to the rooms. No. 311 Market st,
for convenience of sale, TUESDAY MORN
ING. September 10, 10 o'clock. Walnut and
oak chamber suits, mirror dooc wardrobe, pier
mirror, coeval glats, bedsteads, bureaus, wash
stands, hair and husk mattresses, pillows and
bolsters, pictures, cbeffoniers, cabinet, folding
bed, secretary desk, fine walnut bookcases, fine
drugget, Turkish carpet and' Sne plush parlor
suit, pianoforte, hair cloth chairs and lonnge,
toilet ware, leather chairs, haflrack. sideboard,
fine dinner set, china closet, extension table,
rugs, brussels and tnzrain carpets, lace cur
tains, laundry and kitchen goods, etc.: also
three very line parlor suits; one In Knclisb rug,
one in French tapestry and the other in English
crushed plush. Owner leaving city. Goods
must positively be sold. HENRY AUCTION
CO., LIM., Auctioneer. se8-161
PnWlc Sale -of Leaseliolil MaeWnery
And fixtures of Machine shop and Glass Mold
Shop. The undersigned, sumving partner 'of
the firm of Franz A Brann.wM sell at public sals
on the premises, on rhMllAI, Septemoer 13,
1PS9, at 2 o'clock p. 31., the leasehold of prem
ises No. 69 South Twentieth street, Pittsburg,
together with the machinery and fixtures
thereon nsed in the manufacture of molds for
making glass and for the general purposes of a
machine shop. Lease runs one year from Oc
tober 1, 1SS9, with privilege of three years more.
Machinery and fixtures are new and in good
condition. Terms of sale cash. This sale offers
a good opportunity to engage in a profitable
business. For further particulars inquire at
the premises. HENRY FRANZ,
sel(M6-TT Surviving Partner.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Ll 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
died in the Court ot Common Pleas within
ten (10) days from date. E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
Pittsbukq. Pa., September 4. 1883. se4-89
PrrrSBtnio, Pa, September 9. 1ES9.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
JLX 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 ChietofDep'tot Public Works.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVEDatthe office of City Controller
until FRIDAY, the 18th day of September, at 2
p. M.. for the furnishing and delivering of
twelve (12) flatloads of good straw manure.
Flats to measure not less than 80 f t.xlS ft.x3 ft.
0 in. Six (61 flatloads to be delivered at City
Farm landing, Monongahela river. Six (6)
flatloads to be delivered at Negley Run land
ing, Allegheny river.
The Denartment of Awards reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
R. C. ELLIOT,
se931 Chief of Departm ent of Charities.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
J.1 renorts of Viewers on the opening of Loyal
alley, from Allen street to Beltzhoover avenue;
Allen street, from Washington avenne to Mo
Lain street: Copeland street, from Ellsworth
avenne to Walnnt street; Mahogany alley, from
Essex alley to Laurel street: Walter street
from Washington avenue to Lillian street and
Home street from Plummer 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 from date. E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department ot Public Works.
Pittsburg, Pa., September 9, 18S9. se93
SEPARATE AND SEALED PROPOSALS
will be received at the office of the City
Controller until SEPTEMBER 13, 1889. at 2 P.
H., 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 Bnreau of
Bonds in double the amount of bids must ac
company each proposal. Said bonds to be pro
bared 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
LM reports of Viewers on the construction of
Bowers on Dresden alley, from Stanton avenue
to Fifty-second street; Dithridge street and
Forbes avenue, from Filth avenue to a point on
Forbes avenue 300 feet west of Dithridge street;
Atwood street from Bates street to Louisa
street; Wrightsalley.from South Twenty-third
street to South Twenty-fourth street, and
Howe street from Ivy street to Aiken avenne,
have been approved by Councils, which action
will be final, unless an appeal is filed in the
Court of Common Fleas within (10) ten days
from date. E.M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Dep't of Public Worki.
PlTTSBUBQ, Pa.. September 9. 18S9. seQ-32
SIXTH AVENUE DYE WORKS,
M. MAY SONS & CO.,
STEAM dyers and scourers
And general renovators of textile fabrics, la
dies' and gentlemen's soiled or faded garments
neatly cleaned or restored in color. Curtains
of every description carefully attended to.
M. MAY SONS & Co.
jell-TTa 68 BTSTH AVE.. Pittsburg, Pa,
Walter j. Osbouenk. Kiohabd Barrows.
Barrows & osbourne
90 Diamond street
Telephone No. 813. au3l-6-T-ra
mere. Vrtit. j. O. KiaMr. A. 1
lee or twain on. PiWTBaned xa
comfort aud iHaattsa. IH0 to ISM St Mar..
T ONO VIBW, BBOOKVlUje, PA., -A
Ofccrtfc Beaool tor Oirat,-wilt reepM Msf.
KXT. JOHA O. MULB-ULLA-SD, LU1V
TX7BST WALNUT STHMKT MBHTJr.
V V for yoamc ; JM ytwr:
for eiviaea MMrior odnoaUon li
eeleoueawt weyratory JearHWt
music ana art. MB8 flXSMaTTA
2845 Walnut St. Phfla.
llTRa REBECCA -BOAMMAJt.
IVI teacher or KLOCxrribK.
896 PENN AVE.. PITXgflVM.
Business boon from 3 Utt S v. x.
fi and 17 S. Cfe&rlex HTML
MRS.W.M.CAKY. I EMahltefaoa
(EMahltofaoa 1W. JWtk.
the teairuf Mm MMi.
Notre Dame-of Maryland.
Collegiate Institute far yeaag laJJMaW pre
paratory school for ltttte fK WMLA r. 0,
three miles Ires Baltimore, 3skU unsHssssif hjr
the Sisters of Notre Baae. Sea tat aasassgsis.i
Normal, Aeademlc. Coiniiisisssf. austeaH)
prepared for advanced classes) 1st Mm teat st
leees, for teaching, for business. TsaacLa
dies' Seminary Department PaB ten swim
September 9. 1H. Hon. Tboa. SC MhJiiif,
President Board of Trustees." AMreM J. WAR
REN LYTLE, Prindpal. No. T Fear arenns.
-DARK MJSTITTJTB-FORiUSBLT F
JL PARATORY and eouseraMl lispnn
raents of Western University. Three nnliinr
Classical. Bratteb and BnsineogJe el adfag straw
Kill I lata
WHM ffllE SCBIML F08 WU,
fi and 17 K. Cfearlex Mreef. BtMnaWL '
hand and typewritings BusliiCM and ilmitlsssU. A
classes open to Dtn sexes. Fail term oeas mm-; '
tember2atNo.3W North avenue, ABopsslV.
Pa. Office hours 9 to-It A. 1C Call or se4.hr
nrosrjeetBs. LEVI T.TTnnsrw A. V " - ;
aTTM!7TTTrt21p UVnTl an n-nur .-! '
voung men and boys oalyv '
HBROOKlS HALL for girls and yoBBg laqsea
Address SWUHIN a SHORTUDGK, A. SC,
(Harvard eraduate), MeUia. Pa-, or call en &
WALKER, Mononfrabela House, for faS in
formation TUESDAY and FRIDAY, MM
KEBLE SCHOOL, BYRACUSK,N. X.
. Boarding School for Girls. Under then
pervtsion of the Rt. Key. F. D. HsatJsgtes, 8. '
T. D. The nineteenth school year bea a
Wednesday. Sememher 11 llttt lubnuu.
Rt. Rer. H.C. Potter. D.DN.Y. Key. Wm. R. ?
nuounfion. .u..u., urace 1'nuros, N. y.ckt.,
Pres.E.N. Potter, D.D.. Geneva. N.Y. Hea.V
Andrew D. White, Ithaca, N. Y. Apply l
SIXTH STREET, PITTSBURG.
1 477 STTTT1KNTS I.1RT WTIB
Classical. Scientific. Ladies' Remlsarv. Ns
Musical. Elocutionary. Business- CeHeea
Shorthand departments. Send for new cata
logue. Correspondence with yountrperteas de
siring a better education respectfully soHeited.
JAMES CLARK WILLIAMS, A. it, Pres'fc
FTTSBURG ART SCHOOL. ESTAB
USHED 1884, 'offers advantages o a
tuorougn Academic tscnool or.
Art. combined with private in
struction; each .pupil under
joint direction of George Het
zel (Dusseldorf Academy), John.
W. Realty (Munich Academy).
Students wbo cannot attend daky'
may enter for limited number o
days a week. For prospectus address
JOHN W. BEATTY, Principal.
au36S-Tus 411 Wood street, Pittsbura.
TfflE PEHHSayAHIA STATE (MLLESE.
Fall session opens September 11. Examinations
for admission September 10. New buildings and
equipment greatly Increase the facilities for In-
structlon In all departments. Courses in Agri
culture. Chemistry, Botany and Horticulture,;
ClvlL, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering,
andln Ueneral Science and Modern Language.
Special courses for Ladles. Tuition free FlPtr
Scholarships entitle the holders to free room rest.
Forcatalogue or other information address
THE PRESIDENT, State College, Center Co., Fa.
"WOOD MANTELS CElllNGi
Manufacturers and Importers of FIno Furni
ture, Curtains and Ornaments.
Designs and estimates submitted for complete;
TRYMBY. HUNT 4 CO..
1219 and 1221 Market St,
7mlnnte3 from Federal st, Allegheny, on the
West Penn R. R., adjoining Sharpsburg, being,
part of the
Lots in sizes and on terms that should suit
any desiring to teenre a home.
The lay ot the ground Is beautiful. Special
inducements offered to first purchasers. Sea
the representative on the premises or call oa
or address W. A. HERRON A SONS.
se30-TTS 80 Fourth avenue.
CHAS. SOMERS & CO.,
313 Wood St
Choice and cheap, large and small, im
proved and unimproved properties
throughout both cities and suburbs.
Call and see us.
Telephone No. 1042.
To close up estate of Alexander Negley, ds
ceased, I offer about 11 acres land situate be
tween Neeley and Hlland aves-, adjoining resi
dences of Colonel Anderson, Alex Dempster
and others. Nineteenth ward, Pittsburg, and
adjoining recent purchase ot Messrs. Magee,
Flinn and S.ewart This land all fronts on
streets already laid out, and is in a flrst-class
neighborhood, which is building up rapidly.
Will be sold as a whole or in blocks to suit
Also, lot corner Penn and Negley aves lOsr
HENRY H. NEGLEY,
CORNER SANDUSKY AND LACOCK STa,
Or residence, NEGLEY AVE., Pittsburg;
This Company is prepared to receive orders
by mail or otherwise for Absolutely Ptbb
Mile, delivered to customers In sealed GLASS
Jars, packed in Ice at our creamery inSewick
ley. Price 8 cents per quart
THE SEWICKLEY D 4JRY CO. -au20-73-D
1 10 Wood st. Pittsburg. Pa.
SI AND 98 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittaburfc pa, p3Q-7t-.