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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER -17. 1889
Pittsburg Will Entertain Them Roy
ally When Tliey Come Here.
- COMMERCIAL BODIES AKXIODS
ToShoirtho Delegates the Various llann
A FIXE PEOGEAMHE TO BE PEEPAKED
The Chamber of Commerce directors met
yesterday afternoon. The meeting was im
portant, "as it was to take steps looting to
the entertainment of the ioreign delegates
who are to attend the International Con
gress and who will visit this city on atonr
The following letter was read which had
been sent to 'Mayor McCallin, and for
warded by him to the Chamber of Com
merce: Department or State, "
International American I
VASHINGIOX, AUGTST3L. J
To the., non. W m. JlcCallln, Mayor or l'ittsburg,
Sir: I am directed by the Secretary of State
to inform j ou that the excursion tendered by
tlic Government to the Foreign delegates to
the International American Conference, will
reach Pittsburg on the morning of Wednesday,
November 0, at 10 o'clock, and remain there
until 7:30 a. M. Friday, November 8, and It is
dented that the party, which will number 75,
should visit as great a number of manufactur
ing institutions as possible
Willjou kindly conrcr with the officers of
your commercial bodies, and the members of
Congress from your city, and inform me what
arrangements will be made.
I have the honor to be, your obedient servant,
War. E. Ccetiss,
Special Agent Department of fctate.
Mr. John H. Rickctson stated that ho had
been talking with President Schmcrtz on the
subject, and he therefore moved that the Pres
ident, at his discretion, appoint a suitable com
mittee to consist of the .Majors of the two
'cities, the Presidents of Councils tho chair
men of the different Chamber of Commerce
committees, as ell as a number of representa
tive manufacturers, with Mr. Schmertz as
Chairman of the whole, to act as a Reception
Jlr. George II. An'derson said that the visit
of tliece delegates was a rare opportunity to let
the people of North and South America know
just what rntsburg can do. He thought tho
International Conference a good thing, and as
this city was directly interested tho visitors
should be well treated and given a grand recep
tion. President IL P. Ford, of Select Council, who
was at the meeting by invitation, stated that
the visit of these delegates was an important
matter. He was sorry to say that the city of
Pittsburg bad made no appropriation for such
a reception, and nothing cuuld be done in that
respect now. He was, however, in hearty sym
pathy with any movement lookingto the enter
tainment of the visitors, and would do all in
his po er to aid in such a reception. Pres
ident George Holliday. of Common Councils,
echoed tlie sentiments of Mr. Ford.
Kev. Dr. Allison made a few remarks shew
ing his interest in the matter. He had read a
great deal lately about North and South Amer
ica, and wondered that the United States was
so slow in taking advantage of the wonderful
markets that w ere open. The trade of those
countries is now mostly done with England
and Germany, and at present the people there
have to pay enormous prices for what they get.
He thought that no other city in the country
should be more interested in this matter than
BATSE makes a speech.
Hon. Thomas M. Bajne, who was also pres
ent by Invitation, was invited to make a few re
markson thesubject,andhe stated thathe hadno
suggestions to make in the matter. He thought
there were two great results to be made by the
conference. The first was humane measures
for settlements of disputes by amicable meas
ures instead of war. 'J he other uas the exten
sion of Know ledge of our products. The speaker
thought Pittsburg had a greater iutcrest in the
conference than any other city, because of the
Tanety of Its productions.
President Schmcrtz suggested that on ing to
the limited amount ot time the delegates w ould
be in this city that they could not be shown
everything. He suggested that they be shown
the largest and most important -works, and
then have an exhibit in Mechanical Hall of all
the diflerent articles manufactured in this city.
Colonel Bajne. as well as all present, thought
this was the best scheme that could possibly be
Mr. George A. Kelly remarked that the com
mittee could show them all they wanted, but
that it would do no good. He tnought what
as most needed was protection for the ship
ping industries in North and South America.
The reason they got their goods from England
and Germany was because ot the protection
provided for their shipping interests in those
ports. The one important question, he thought"
w.is to let them know that the United States
will no longer suffer the humiliation that the
shipping interests hate been subjected to.
Mr. Ricketson's motion was then adopted.
TOET DELEGATES COJILNG.
The National Board of steam Navigation
Will Meet in Pittsburg.
The National Board of Steam Navigation
will hold its annual meeting in this citr
October 1 and 2. This is an organization of
Tery great importance. It consists of the pro
prietors of steamships, steamboats and other
steam vessels through the United States, en
gaged either in ocean or inland navigation.
Delegates will attend from all the port cities of
the country, from Maine to California, and
matters of vital interest to American com
merce will be discussed. It is probable that
the delegates will be entertained at a banquet
at the Monongahela House ana given a com
plimentary excursion up the Monongahela
Captain Addi'on Lysle, of this citv, is the
treasurer of the board, and Mr. W. W. O'Neil,
of Elizabeth, is a member of the National
Hoard of Audit. Tflcywill arrange for the en
tertainment of the guests in this city.
THE XEW iUTATORIUM.
Coulrncts Lot and Woik Begun on tbo
The contracts in the erection of the nata
torinm for Pittsburg have been let as fol
lows: General contracting, Kopntz Bros.,for
$17,200; steam heating, Kelly & Jones, for
ZZ,Gi; plumbinc, A. McFadden & Co.. $1,M0; to
tal, L'U'Gl The cutire cost w ill probably reach
S30,uM), and the work 'Mill be completed by
March 1. ,
It will probably be a two-story building, and
will accommodate 200 Turkish bathers, O)0 pri
vate baths and 2.000 swimming baths per dav.
Tire ater for the swimmers will be salt water.
The work of teaiing down the old buildings has
already commenced, aud everything will be
pushed to a finish.
Merc Handles ofNcrTes.
Some peevish, querulous people seem mere
bundles of'nerves. The least sound agitates
their sensorinms and ruffles their tempers. No
docbtthey are bom so. But may not their
nervousuess be ameliorated, if not entirely re
lieved? Unquestionably, and with Hostettcr's
Stomach Bitters. By cultivating their digestion
and insuring more compete assimilation of the
food with this admirable corrective, thev will
experience a speedy and very perceptible gain
in nerve quietude. Djsptpsia, biliousness, con
stipation and rheumatism yield to the bitters.
New Dress Goods ot Lowest Prices.
And we know the qualities are first class,
the variety the largest. Come in now and
make your selections.
Jos. House & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores,
..ExcnrmionTto the Wusbington, Pn., Fnlr.
The B. J? O. It. It. will sell excursion
tickets during the continuance of the fair at
Washington, Pa., this week.at rate of $1 SO
for the round trip for all trains.
OVEBIIOLT. Gulden Wedding, Large,
Gibson and Dilliuger whisky for Bale in
large quantities by Geo. H. Bennett & Bro.,
135 First avenue, second door below Wood
All the best stocked bars keep Fracen
heim & Vilsack's celebrated Pilsner beer on
draught. Ask for it, or order it direct.
' Cabinet photos, $1 per doz. Lies' Pop
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st. ixsu
THE CORONER'S 1NQDEST
Develops the Fnct That Both Italian Wcro
Bad Men The Murdered Brother Started
Yesterday morning the Coroner held an
inquest on the body of Michael Francis
chello, who was killed by his brother in the
East End on Saturday night. The leading
parties in the case were examined, and some
interesting facts gained from their testimony.
Dominico De Lalla was in the room where
the murder was committed during the hours of
9 and 10. He said that five people wcro there,
and be denied that the. prisoner bad plajed
cards with the deceased. The prisoner heard
his brother say that he was going to play cards
with another man for Si and forbade him to do
it. The deceased insisted that he would play,
and struck his brother for interfering. The
witness then ran out of the room to avoid being
implicated In the row.
Domenae Staluto corroborated the preceding
witness, aud added that the prisoner tried to
avoid a disturbance and kept moving awa v.
The deceased man was held for a time, while
ho was putting his hand in his pocket, presum
ably to get a weapon. He broke away, how.
ever, went after the brother and shortly after
ward was heard to exclaim. "I am wounded.
Guiseppi Chippola testified that he heard the
prisoner say: "Well, we will play for J2." Tho
deceased said: "No, you must not play.
Thereupon the prisoner was slapped in the
face and kicked twice, and witness ran to his
room. When he ran away the deceased was
trying to get something out of his insido
pocket, and he heard the prisoner exclaim,
"Oh, my poor brother."
Guitano Martenello also testified thatthe de
ceased had struck his brother and had forced
the quarrel, and that he even held a closed
knife in his hand. He saw the prisoner have a
large knife, and got at a safe distance. Peter
Posalla, the head of the house, said he attempt
ed to stop the prisoner. Drs. McCandlcss and
Hugh testified to the character or the wounds
infflicted, any one of them, they said, would
have been fatal.
AH the brothers testified that tho deceased
and his brother were very bad men, and had
that reputation in Italy. There had been no
card playing previous to the trouble, and it was
the desire to play which led to the murder. The
five persons present all contributed something
toward buying a keg of beer, and the men wero
slightly under its effects when the trouble
The jury rendered a verdict to the effect that
the deceased came to his death through vio
lence done him by his brother, the orisoner.
Captain Ilrnvo Stirs Up tho Chamber of
Commerce on tbo Subject He is Afraid
Hon. John F. Dravo, who has just re
turned from a convention of rivermen at
Cincinnati, made a verbal report, and
stated that among many other subjects dis
cussed which were important to this city was
one about the encroachment on the river chan
nels by manufacturers. This matter, the
speaker said, was an important one. and if not
stopped will, in time, cause a repetition of the
Johnstown flood. He '-characterized the filling
in as an unmitigated outrage, that should re
ceive immediate attention.
Hon. Morrison Foster stated that in 1S5S the
State established high and low water lines for
Pittsburg and Allegheny, and a map was made
by surveyors. This map w as filed in the Court
of Common Pleas, and will show who are
encroaching on the water lines. He suggested
that the Committee on Rivers and Harbors be
instructed to look the matter up.
Captain Batchclor called attention to the fill
ing in at the B. & O. depot. which he said would
some day sadly injure the Monongahela wharf.
Encroachments havu aleo been made at the
Point to the extent of 259 feet beyond the line,
and the result of this contraction must eventu
ally cause a flood in Pittsburg and Allegheny.
Colonel Bayne asked permission to make a
few remarks on the subject,wbich was granted.
Mr. Baynehen stated that the work of estab
lisninc water lines was supererogation on the
part of the State of Pennsylvania, and she had
no legal richt to do it. The work ot establish
ing such lines belongs distinctly to the Na
tional Government, which has supreme juris
diction in such matters. He advise'd the Cham
ber of Commerce not to commit itself on the
Morrison Foster stated that the establishment
of such lines by the State had never been ques
tioned, and the matter would therefore be one
for tho courts. Mr. Dravo suggested that the
matter nas one which needed immediate atten
tion, and that Colonel Merrill should be com
municated with on tho subject, which was
agreed to. Anderson & Co., of the Mononga
hela House, were admitted as members, and
the meeting adjourned.
DO YOU WAST A FINE PIANO?
The Everett Club or Co-Opcrativo System
Offers the following inducements, if you
wish to pay cash: By becoming a member
you will save $75 in the price of the piano,
and get it atotice. If you cannot spare the
cash you can get your piano any time, on
payment of S25 cash and $2 50 per week,
no interest, and still save 575 in the price.
If you cannot pay so fast, by waiting
until your number is drawn you will get
your piano on payments of 51 per week, no
interest, and save S75 in the regular price
to our retail trade. Think of this! Oar
club is composed of 350 members, each
paying 51 per week. Thus you see the
members are buying for cash, and one piano
is delivered to the member whose number
is drawn each week, until 'all are supplied,
or, if one-half of the members take their
pianos and pay 52 50 per week, we deliver
twice the number, and get double the
amount of cash each week, and it leaves
only one-half the number to be drawn on the
51 weekly payments. Jt is a simple business
problem. We are saving our members the
difference in price by contracting for 350
pianos at one time, and on a cash basis. We
have now enough members to guarantee the
success of this plan, and have decided to
begin delivering the pianos on Saturday,
September 21. Do not wait, but apply for
membership at once. Call and see the
piano, or send for circular.
Alex. Itoss, Manager,
137 Federal st. Allegheny, Pa.
All-Wool Cashmeres nt 40 Cents.
Wider and heavier ones (Lupin's) at 50
cents a yard. Their values can't be equaled.
The dress goods bargains are here.
Jos. Hokne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
To Norfolk. Fortress Monroe and Virginia
On Thursday, September 19. Special train
will leave B. & O. B. B. depot at 8 A.ai.,ar
riving in Washington City at 6 p. m.; leave
"Washington.at 630 P. m., arriving in Nor
folk, Fortress Monroe and Virginia Beach
early the next morning. Bate 510 lor the
round trip; tickets good lor ten days.
Charming (ide down the Potomac river and
Before selecting your wall paper examine
the stock handled by John S. Boberts, 414
Wood street. lis
Use "Una" flour hnest spring patent in
the world. "Golden Wedding" the best of
bread flours. "Duquesne" has no equal as
a pastry flour. Homing's "iTory," gem of
all family flours.
French, Enclisb. German nnd American
All the best makes and in largest variety
in the newest colorings for fall and winter.
Fine elegant goods that are not shown else
where. Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Pittsbukg beer, brewed by Frauenheim
& Vilsack, is a product of home industry.
Call for it. Drink it.
Cabinet photos, 51 per doz. Lies" Pop
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st ttsu
The New Plnld Dress Goods Are Selling
We have a wonderful variety from 50
cents (all wool) to S3 a yard. You are sure
to be suited here.
Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Geo. H. Bennett & Bro., 135 First
avenue, Pittsburg, are the largest holders of
pure rye whisky in the city.
Sale' of wall paper remnants now going
on at John S. Boberts', 414. Wood it tts
OLD ENGLAND'S NIGHT.
Sweet Music From the Land of the Rose
Rendered Tbo Exposition Machinery
The crowds at the Exposition continue to
grow larger as the days spin by. The music
last night was of Merrle England, and more
than one native born far away from home had
his mind carried back to the land of the' Roses.
Despite the rainy weather the crowd was good.
The management has a number of schemes
in incubation to amuse and instruct the public
It has been decided to devote one day to labor,
when mechanics and craftsmen will be given a
perfect opportunity to study and examine the
machinery in motion and at rest. Days will
also be set apart for the various orMian asy
lums, when the inmates will be admitted free.
Manager Johnston complains that somo ex
hibitors are too slow about cleaning up their
stands In tbo morning. , ,,,
Tho General Manager finds that people like
to look at anything in motion. For this reason
Machinery Hall is one ot the principal attrac
tions. He calls attention to the big belt made
out of wire. The only one like it is in Paris.
An electric lamp will be so placed that the
light will shine through tho meshes, revealing
the wire and the bne workmanship.
In spite of rain and weather, the total attend
ance yesterday ran up to the very pleasing
number of 8,000. The attendance to-day will
probably be much greater, and a musical pro
gramme has been prepared that will be
especially pleasing to all. The afternoon pro
PAKT I I O'CLOCK.
1. March "Kosakln" Nleblc
2. Medley Overture "Ten Minutes With
the Minstrels" Bowron
3. Gavotte "Our Love" . Wcis
4. bpanlsh Fandango . Bochman
5. Ualop "Laura" ....... A....Carl
paut 11 ( O'CLOCK.
1. Fest Overture Lcutner
2. Carnival of Venice, with variations
3. The Hunt, Descriptive Boh
4. Medley Overture "Salute to Erin" Coates
5. (Jaickstep "Crusader" Sousa
GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA CO.
The Leading Tea House of the World.
It is no wonder that this tea company has
met with such success when one takes into
consideration the energy, enterprise and push
displayed by it from their start in 1S61 to the
present day. The fact that the name of this
firm has been copied in part to a greater ex
tent than any other in the world goes to prove
that its business was a great success.
There have, however, been 110 imitators who
have made a notable success. The reason is
not hard to discover. The Great Atlantic and
Pacific Tea Company, with its 200 large stores
in different cities of the United States, has
been able to conduct its business on a scale of
magnitude that enabled It to obtain prices far
below its competitors, and thus sell to its
patrons at the lowest urices. Everyone should
call and examine their stock of teas, which
include all the choicest varieties known. Most
celebrated among these is tho Thea-Nectar,
put up in one-pound boxes, only 60c a pound.
With each pound a special present is given. It
is upon the fine quality and delightful flavor of
this delicious brand of tea that much of the
high reputation of the company has been built
It is worthy a place on any table.
The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company
has six stores in Pittsburg an Allechcny,
which have been highly prosperous under the
management of Mr. Owen James, doing a very
large business in the most satisfactory manner
to its patrons.
Besides teas this company handles the well
known A. t,P. baking powder, which is the
purest and best article of the kind on the mar
ket; they sell the excellent A. fc P. brand of
condensed milk, and their selection of coffees
is unsurpassed. The location of their stores is
34 Fifth avenue, 1703 Carson street, 4314 But
ler street. 6127 Penn avenue, Pittsburg: 126
Federal street, Allegheny; 128 Fifth avenue,
CAMERAS AND PHOTOGRAPHIC SUP
PLIES. W. S. Bell & Co., 431 Wood Street.
Amateur photography is so much in vogue
nowadays that everything pertalninc to this
fascinating amusement is filled with interest
for the public Certainly W. S. Bell & Co.,
leading firm in Western Pennsylvania, and
largest carriers of this class of goods, are the
ones to give the most satisfying exhibit; one
which is not only appreciated by the general
lovers ot photography! but by the profession
als, who claim that it is the finest sight of the
kind to be seen, the instruments being of the
most celebrated makes, and tho materials of
the finest to be found. This display, which is
in west end of north gallery, has cameras and
tripods adroitly placed to show them to great
est advantage, and much ingenuity was em
ployed to give a fair change to such a variety
ot lenses ami-cameras, among which latter is
the "Kodak," which has enabled so many this
season to biing home their own views of lavor
its snots visited. The rage for photography
will be stiir more marked after everyone has
taken in this charming exhibit.
Dnbbs in the Art Gallery.
In spite of the attractions in oil, crayon,
Eastelle and of etchings, the portraits of Mr.
labbs' creation are as much a feature as any
thing exhibited. Whatwould an Exposition be
without DabbsT Did he not take the honors,
even when competitors from abroad, came
to the old building on Smoky Island and tried
to shake the strong hold he has alwas main
tained among his Pittsburg friends, and failed
in their designs. Yes, Mr. Dabbs is in the ad
vance. None can doubt this when the portraits
of our most notable citizens look them in the
face from their position on the walls and nobly
indorse Ins work. Pittsburg is proud to own
Mr. Dabbs, and among his patrons are noted
the best raembers.of society. It is not a fad
which rives him pre-eminence, but the solid
fact that he is an artist, and can give satisfac
tion when others bave failed. When one de
sires to appear at the best in a portrait, be
always goes to Dabbs.
The Hotel Hamilton.
This favorite house having been completely
renovated and remodeled at heavy expenso is
fully prepared to care for visitors to the
city. Table first class, rates moderate. The
hotel bar is the best stocked in the county.
CHARLES B. PAYNE, Attorney-at-Law, 173
ESTATE OF WM. A. PAYNE, DECEASED.
Notice is hereby given that letters testa
mentary on the estate of Wm. A. Payne have
been granted to the undersigned, to whom all
persons indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment, and those having
claims against the same should make them
known without delay. D. H. WALKER.
se!7-62-Tu Option, Pa.
-yrOTICE TO HOUSE BUILDERS
X Sealed proposals will be received by the
undersigned until MONDAY, September SO, at
4 P. St., for the erection of a hose house and
polire 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
POSALS are invited up to noon of Sep
tember 20, 1889, for the erection of a hospital
building and putting a second floor upon the
workshop of the lemale department of the
Pennsylvania Reform School at Morganza, Pa.
Plan3 and specifications can be seen and bids left
at the office of T. D. Evans, architect, Lewis
building. Pittsburg, Pa. The right is reserved
to reject any or all bius. By order of tho
BUILDING COMMITTEE. selO-73-JlTuws
JEFFERSONVILLE, IND., SEPT. 15. 1889.
Sealed proposals, in triplicate, subject "to
usual conditions, will be received here until 11
o'clock A. 31. (central standard time), TUES
DAY, the 15th day of October. 1SS9, for f urnlsh
ing at the Q, M. Depot here, 100,000 gallons of
mineral oil, of 135 flash test, in cases of two
live-gallon cans each. Preference will be given
to articles of domestic production or manu
facture, conditions of quality and price (in
truding in the price of foreign productions or
manufactures the duty thereon) being equal,
and such preference will be given to articles nf
American production produced on the Pacific
Coast to extent of the consumption required
by the puolic service there. Government re
serves the right to reject any or all proposals
and to accept the whole quantity or any
portion of the mineral oil bid for. All in
formation furnished on application here. En
velopes containing proposals should be marked
"Proposals for Mineral Oil." and addressed to
HENRY C. HODGES. Assistant Quartermas
ter General, U. S. Army, Depot Quartermaster.
THE AIR BRAKE
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
of Allegheny is conducted on the best and
latest improved methods, and offers first-class
inducements to subscribers. Full information
will be given and subscriptions to its stock
received at the store of
sel4-14-TTSu 39K Federal st, Allegheny.
91 AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-74-D
Walteb j. Osboubne. kichakd Babeows.
BARROWS & 08BOURNE
90 Diamond street.
Telephone No. 812, kuSl-6-na
X3-Dtsplay advertisements one dollar per
square or one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, etc, ten cents per line for each inser
Hon, and none taken for less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of tho
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient ad vertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with THE DIS
THOMAS MCCAFFKEV, 3309 Butler street.
EMU, G. bTUCKEY, 24th street and Penn ave.
E. G. bTUCKEY & CO.Wylle ave. and Fultoust.
h'. bTOKELiY, fifth Avenue Market House.
J. "W. WALLACE, 121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER SIIEIBLEK, 6th av. & Atwood st
JACOB SPOHN, No. ICarson street
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carson street
A. J.. KAEItCHEK, 69 Federal street.
H. J. McBRIUE, Market House, Allegheny.
FBF.D H. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGG EKS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut sti
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and' Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCIIENKY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. f. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
l'EKltr M. GLE1JI. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
AV. W. FLOCKER, Stationer, No. 4 Grant ave.
WASTEU-A GOOD BAKBER ATCORNEU
Wylle ave. au Fulton st. sel7-10
WANTED-A BARBER AT 2702 OAKSON
st., Southside, Pittsburg, Pa. sel7-01
-rrrAM-ED-4 good carpenters, at fked
VV ARNOLD'S, lit Crawford St., Pittsburg.
ANTED-T1NNEK. INQUIRE GRAFF,
HUUUS & CO.. 632and.i4 Liberty street.
ANTED-BAF.BElt, APPLY THEO A LT-
xkk, Panhandle Hotel, 12 Carson St., s. s.
WANTEU-STOUT HOI 'lO DRIVE AND DO
roush wort by JAMES L. OKR, HO Filth
ave., Pittsburg. selMiG
ANTED-ONE GOOD COAT MAKER AT
once at FRED O. WEST A CO 'S.hixth ave..
Homestead, Pa. sel"-l
WANTED 100 LABORERS. PIPE LINE,
cor. 'J'wenty-flltli and Mdney st.. fcouth
slde. B00TH4FLINN. sel7-54
WASTED-TWO GOOD MEN FOR A COM
MERCIAL bnsinesi. Call after 4 o'clock,
ROOM 604, Hamilton Building. sel7-53
TTJANTED-SOAP SALESMEN FOR CITV;
v V good opportunity to make some money.
Address P. S. CO.. Dispatch office. sel"-72
WANTED - COACHMAN SINGLE MAN:
must come well recommended. Apply oi
WASHINGTON STREET, Allegheny. sel7-S6
XTfA.NTED-100 LABORERS TO WORK ON'
rV sewer cor. Fifth and Evans ave., McKees
port, Pa. M. GALLEGHER, Contractor. SC17-C3
TTTANTED-7-S1X GOOD 1'LAhTERERS. Ar
VV PLY at No. S605 PENN AVE. orat BUILD
INGS, cor. Part way and Arch st., Allegheny.
WANTED-8ALESMAN TO SELL GOODS BY
sample: good salary paid. Write to CEN
TENNIAL MFG. CO., Cincinnati, O., or Chicago.
WAN TED-SHEET IRON I'ICKLER-NO
one but an experienced and steady roan
need apply. Address LOCK BOX 635, Fitfelmr?,
WANTED - AGENTS TO SELL PHOTO
GRAPH club tickets; good commission to
good men. Call at YEAGEK & CO.'S, o. 70
Federal St., Allegheny. se!7-7
WANTED RESIDENT SALESMAN BY
wholesale tea house: only tnose now selling
the trade need apply. Address P.&A., H3bouth
Front st., Philadelphia, Pa. sel3-3-D
WANTED-2 ACTIVE MEN TO SELL OUR
elegant Bibles on the easy payment plan:
good pay to right parties. E. GATELY & CO.. 25
Federal St., Allegheny, Pa. se!7-73
Pittsburg street, Newcastle, Pa.
WANTED-SALESLADY ONE WHO HAS
had experience In drygoods. Apply at
FERGUSON BROS.', 330 and 332 Fifth avenne,,
Pittsburg, Pa at 10 A. M. or 3 r. M. sel7-55
WANTtD-FIFTEEN GOOD MEN, 6 FOR
stone quarrr, balance for miscellaneous
work. Inquire or JOHN FAY. corner Rich and
Craig sts., Ihlrteenth ward, Pittsburg. SC17-47
WANTED- SOLICITOR A FDtST-CLASS
advertising man, with whom we are pre
pared to make the most favorable terms. Address
or call PUBLISHERS, 526 Grant St., Pittsburg.
WANTED-AGENTS TO SELL SOUVENIR
albums of Pittsburg and Allegheny. Call
between 9 and 11 A.M. at L. BREUNINGER&
CO.'s. 535 Smltbncld street, wholesale stationers.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS, SOBER PRE
SCRIPTION glass blowers; also a few good
finishers: union wages: steady wort; fare paid;
write fullv: say who yon worked for. CHICAGO
GLASS MFG. CO.. Chicago. aulG-45-D
-rn-ANTEU-KELIABLE LOCAL ANOTRAV
V F.L1NG salesmen; positions permanent;
special Inducements now: fast-selling specialties;
don't delav; salary from start. BROWN BROS.,
Nurserymen, Rochester, N. Y. 6el7-"9-TTS
WANTED-AGENTS: MOST WONDERFUL
machine ever produced for printing adver
tising signs; entirely new: patented July 9. 18S9:
sells to every merchant: sample work and terms
10c. THE ARC PRINTER SlF'U. CO., Kaclne,
WANTED-ACTIVE SALESMEN TO SELLA
full line of paints, colors, lead, varnishes,
etc, on commission In Pennsylvania, West Vir
ginia, etc Address THE FOREST CITY PAINT
& VARNISH CO., Cleveland, O., stating experi
ence, etc. sel5-24-Tusu
WANTED -GOOD RELIABLE BOY BE
TWEEN the age or 15 and 17 to work In
shoe store; must come well recommended; one
living In Allegheny preferred: call between 7and
8 this evening. LEECH & SIMPSON, 56 Federal
St., Allegheny. sc!7-85
V powder and pure spices; gifts with goods:
coke workers, miners or millmcn can make money
In their 6pare time: special Inducements to per
sons having established trade. YAMASH1KO
TEA CO.. 83 Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa.
-TTJANTED-A COM PETEN'TTEA SALESMAN
YV to represent a Philadelphia importing and
jobbing house In Pittsburg and Allegheny: one
with cstabllshea trade preferred. Address, with
rclerenccs. stating salary desired, MIDDLETON
& PHILLIPS, 229 So. Front St.. Philadelphia.
WANTED -HAD WRITERS AT SMART'S
ECLECTIC SHORTHAND AND BUSI
NESS COLLEGE. 4 Sixth St.; penmanship, book
keeping, arithmetic, shorthand, typewriting thor
ougnlv taught for ?5pur month; private Instruc
tions for both sexes; open dally 9 A. ji. to 9 e. M.
WANTED AGENTS - IF DESIRING TO
make money rapidly to take our "Tug
Fastening:" no experience required; they sell
themselves at 35c and 50c per pair; they cost you
Japanned llKc nickel plated 12Hc: just the thing
for county fairs; 10 per day made easily, bend
2Cc for sample (nickel plated), or 2c stamp for cir
cular. SAFETY TUG FASTENING CO., 3M
Vine st., Cincinnati. Be5-36-TTS
-TXT ANTED CHRISTIAN MEN AND WOMEN
V to sell 'The Christian's Legacy;" .one
agent writes, 'The Christian's Legacy is the
fastest selling book I have ever handled; In a little
less than 30 hours' work 1 have taken 50 orders,
and made more money In Its sale than on any bonk
I have ever sold, and I have been a canvasser for
several years: I enjoy showing it to people, it is
such a good, helpful book;" terms free. W. J.
HOLLAND, 150 Nassau St., N. V. sel7-S
WANTED -AN EXPERIENCED DRESS
MAKER. Apply at 3S4 FIFTH AVE., city.
WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
WORK; small family, two persons. NO.
14 SENECA ST., brick row, citv. sel7-76
aialo nnd Female ITcId.
-TTTANTED-MAN TO DRIVE LAUNDRY
V wagon, male second cook, wages $35 per
month; iarm hands, gardener and wife, chamber
maids and cooks, fl per week: house girls, nurses
laundress and pantry girl, dishwasher and sewing
girl. MEEHAN'S, 645 Grant St. 6C16-D
WANTED -A SITUATION ON PRIVATE
place to drive and do general work. Ad
dress O. B Dispatch office. SC17-43
-TTTANTED - SITUATION AS ASSISTANT
V, bookkeeper by young man of experience;
good references. Address D. E., Dispatch office.
WANTED - POSITION BY YOUNG MAN
with referencesand experience In drygoods
business: can talk English and German. Address
CHARLIE, Dispatch office. SC17-45
WANTED-BOARD AND ROOMS-IN A
private family preferred, for gentleman,
wlfeand child; state terms, which ranst be rea
sonable. Address N. M. R., Dispatch office,
TTJANTED-BOARD BY TWO ADULTS IN
V first-class location, Allegheny City or
vicinity of bhadyslde, two rooms en suite on parlor
or second floor, with bath: private family pre
ferred; a liberal price will be paid; .references ex
changed. Addren B. W. M., Dispatch offlct,
"TT7-ANTED-.MORTG AGES-MON EY TO LOAN
.TV In sums to suit at 4, 5 and 6 per cent
ALLES & BAILEY, 161 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
YTTANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY PHOP
V EKTY. over fLOOO; 4K ner cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAViltiCO., IBFotutb. avenue,
"TTT ANTED-MqRTGAGES-MONEY TO LOAN
' V in sums to salt nt market rates, on Im
proved property. ALEXANDER 4 LEE. 313
n ood st. sel5-14
amounts. 4X to a per cent according to se
curity and desirability of loan. FKED KINE-
.., i.uuiu t, ai x uuriu ave. HtHKja-i.o
In large and small amounts at iH, 5 and 6
Per cent, free of State tax; -no delay. BEED B.
WANTED-TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
of (3,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4)$ per cent tree of tax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent BLACK & BAIRD,
5 Fourth avenue. sc21-d6-D
it on city and suburban properties at 4K, 5and
Gpcrccnt and on larms in Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 6 per cent. I. M. PEN NOCK &
bON, 105 Fourth avenne.
WANTED-TO LOAN 1200.000 ON. MORT
GAGES; 1100 and upward at 6 per cent;
lew, coo at 4M ncr cent on residences or business
rty: also In adjoining counties. S. H,
INCH. 125 Fourth avenue.
"YTTANa'ED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
TV dozen (131 of Stewart Co. '9 line cabinet
photos for L at 80 and 92 FEDEKAL ST.. Alle
YTJA-NTEl'-EVERBOUYTO SEND THEIR
tt furniture needing npholstering. repairing
and rcflnlshlng to HAUGH & KEENAN, 33 and
34 Water st. 'Phone 1626. aull
"TXTAN1ED--TO START A CLUB OF 42 3IFJ1
TT BEKS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one in the club at fl 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX 50L and I will call and snow you the watch.
WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER. 96 Fifth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at (1 60 per
dozen; photo3 delivered when promised: Instan
taneous process. mbl3-63
TtTANTED-ALL BARKERS TO REMEMBER
TV our great establishment, which is strictly
one price. Being the only manufacturers In
Western Pennsylvania, enables us to sell at very
low prices, andguarantce to have only flrst-clasa
goods. We exhibit the largest stock of barbers'
lurnlture ever shown In this city. A. Edits, of the
Arm ot A. Edits Jt Co.. is not very old in age, but
has more experience than many of the old firms.
It will do you good to get acquainted with him,
and have a friendly talk. He is an old traveling
man, has been selling and baying for one of the
lirgest and oldest bouses In the cpuntry, and un
derstands bis business thoroughly. Call to see us
and be convinced that we are tlie only experienced
barber supply firm In Western Pennsylvania. A.
IDLPSjc CO., Successor to s. Delp. formerly No.
SO Diamond St., now 502, 504, 508, 508, 510 Liberty
street, Plttsbnrg, Pa. 6el7-S3-TT
FOR SALE IMPROVED UVEAL. ESTATE.
FOR SALE FOR ?3,100-A GOOD HOUSE t
rooms. No. 43 Linden, near Chestnut St.,
Sixth ward. W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth
FOR SALE-K.50O-A NEAT BRICK HOUSE 8
rooms on Center avenne. near Crawford st..a
good house at a reasonable price W. A. HERRON
4 SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. se5-40-TTB
I7U1R SALE BLUFF ST., JJEAK COLLEGE,
I new brick house, 8 rooms, hall, bathroom,
finished basement; all late improvements; lot 23
It 9 In. by 133 ft.: terms to suit. ROBT. COW
AKD, No. 20 Blufl St. aul-87-TTSSU
"I7XJR SALE-ON VERY EASY PAYMENTS,
i? new brick bouses, late style, 8 rooms, late
Improvements, on Sidney, near Twenty-third
street, Southside, for?4 750: easy payments. See
ViiA. HEIUSON &SON3, 60 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN-AN ELEGANT
t new hou&e, 20 minutes' walk from the post
office aud close to cable line; sine rooms, bath
room and laundry, both gases, hot and cold water
throughout, finely finished wide halls, high ceil
ings, fine slate mantels, fancy tile hearths, fine
chandeliers, electric bells and all modern conven
iences; delightfully located, with front and back
porches. Apoly(to JOHN MADDEN, Attorney,
94 Diamond st. scll-S
East End Reilaences.
FJR SALE-NEW 6-ROOMED HOUSE AND
double lot! Hastings St., handy to Fifth ave.;
abirgain at $2. GOO. MELLON BROTHERS, 6349
bttion St., E. E. seI5-132-TTSu
OK SALE -AN EXCELLENT MODERN
dwelling of 8 rooms. 2-acre lot: great variety
of fruit: 2 minutes' walk of station. ALEX AN -DEI'.
& LEE, 313 Wood St. sel5-15
FOP. SALE-A NEAT 4-ROOM HOUSE AND
lot, 24 feet front on Broad st, extending back
145 feet to Klrkwood st. on which can be built
arother bouse: price 2,700. MELLON BROTH
ERS, Station St., E. E. sc15-132-ttsu
IOR -SALE-TERMS AS JJASl AS PAYING
rent for 8-roomed housest nrlce. S2.200. In
Installments of only ?25 per month; no otherpay
ment required. For full Information see W. A.
HERRON & SONS, 0 fourth ave. sel2-96-TTS
FOR SALE IN ANNUAL INSTALLMENTS
of?500, neat new East End houses; brirk,
modern style of architecture, late Improvements,
& and 9 rooms, near steam and cable cars: price
SA000 to 7,000. See W. A. HEBRON A SONS, 80
Jb ourth avenue. SC17-S0-TT6
I7OR SALE-A HANDSOMES-ROOMED BRICK
. house beautifully located on O'Hara street
(hlchls opened from Fifth to Ellsworth ave.).
ne-ir Filth ave.; complete sewerage; price only
tfl.000. Forplans and terms see V. A. HEREON"
&SONS. 80 Fourth ave. se5-b-5.7.10,13,17.
FOB SAL E-OAKLAND, FOURTEENTH
ward, a new 2-story and mansard brick dwell-'
lng, SroQms, bath, w. c, hall, laundry, etc,,
slate mantels, tile fireplaces and hearths, fine
ctandcllers, both gases, city water and bouse
wired for electric lights, plate glass windows,
ehclrlc bells, good sewerage street paved with
asphaltum.and paid for. beautiful shade trees In
fnnt of house, a few minutes from cable cars;
prceK.500; a moderate cash payment and bal
ance long time: Immediate possession. SAMUEL
W. BLACK i. CO., 99 Fourth ate. se6-4-p
TTOR SALE-TWO-STORY BRICK HOUSE,
11 slatoroof.contalnlng vestibule, hall, 7 rooms,
bathroom, 2w. c. and laundry; lot 20x110 feet to
25-fcct street, near park. In second ward, Alle
gheny; very desirable for residence or Investment
lor Income: easy terms. WILLIAM A. SIPE,
owner, 93 Diamond st, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE F. FRASHER'S PROPERTY,
Omaha St., Thirty-second ward, at auction,
next Saturday, September 21, 3 P. ., on the
premises. f acre of ground, frame dwelling, 6
rooms, etc.; in first-class condition: sale positive;
big bargain. ALLES & BAILEY. Real Estate
Auctioneers, 161 Fourth ave. Telephone 167.
OR'SALE-BEAUTIFUL EDGEWOOD RESI
DENCE, 6 minutes' walk from station, con
taining 6 rooms, bath, good well water with fine
pump, natural gas, elegant lot 100x252 feet with
fine lruit and shade trees; this bargain only
offered for a few days; If you want a good sub
urban home this Is your chance, BLACK &
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 3A-S0 selo-77
FOR SALE-AT THE BEAUTIFUL SUBURB
ot Ingram, P., C. A St. L. Railway, a band
some new 7-room and attic frame house with
pintrv. laundry, spacious porches, marble man
tels, natural gas, etc., complete: finest location
and magnificent view; a bargain to prompt buyer,
and increased value assured; favorable terms
offered: house now open for inspection. E. D.
WINGENKOTIL.IOO Fourth avenue. sel7-48
IOR SALE-BY CHARLES SOMERS & CO., 313
Wood St.: Avalon station.P. Ft.W. &C.B.B..
two choice properties of a and M acres: fruit.
shade, shrubbery, lawn: 8-room houses, complete
with porches, water, gas and all conveniences In
side and out: near station, desirable homes.
Bellevuc, Neville and Jack's Run stations, some
handsome properties, improved and unimproved;
large and small houses, building lots and acre
FOR SAIE LOTS.
East End Lots.
FOB .SALE A FEW CHOICE BUILDING
lots on Firth ave., near Craft ave., Oakland,
at SI 10 per loot front. BLACK & BAIRD, 95
Fourth ave. sel3-5l-13, 14, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 30
FORSALE-HERRON IIILL-PAKKPLAN OF
lots just opened for sale; finest views In the
city; first buyers given an advantage. Call or
sena for Illustrated plan. BLACK & BAIRD. 95
Fourth ave. sel5-77
FOR SALE-A CHOICE LOT ON ELY3IAN
ave.. 24x100: this Is located handy to Fifth
ave. Point Breeze and of easy access to R. R. and
cable; priee ?a50. MELLON BROTHERS, 6349
Station st, E. E. scIS-132-TTSu
I?0 SALE-LOW PRICE OR LOTS IN
. Herron Hill Park If bought before Wyjie
ave. cable Is finished: lovely views, heilt'-y loca
tion. Call or send for Illustrated plan. BLACK
& BAIKD, 95 Fourth av sela-77
FOR SALE-BOULEVARD PLACE, THOMAS
street lot 50x155 ft.: excellent opportunity
for investment; will sell at a lower price tlrtu
originil owner would: a bargain. SAMUEL AV.
BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth aye. sdl-48-TWT
FOR SALE-EAST END LOTS-vBO AND $500,
desirably located, and within reach oT P. B.
B. and Fifth arc. cable road, commanding a
maguiuccntvlew: easy terms. BLACK & BAIRD,
95 Fourth ave. 3A-210C.
I 7UJU SALE-LOTS FEONTINGIIERRON HILL
. Park, finest views in the city, bcaltliy loca
tion, only 12 minutes' ride from Court House by
JVylle avenue cable when finished: buy now be
fore advance In price: catlor send for Illustrated
plan. BLACK & BAIRD. 95 Fourth ave. seI5-77
FOR SALE-BUSINESS MEN. CLERKS AND
salesmen, .you should buy Herron Hill Park
lots; because, first, It will be only 12 minutes'
nde by Wyllo ave. cable, giving ample time to go
home to dinner: second, because It is a healthy lo
cation, being the highest point ,Jn Allegheny
connty; there Is no malaria or fogs; third, because
the views are magnificent; the wholo country for
miles In every direction Is In full view of all who
'I'ciititj lourm, uucausc yvu can uuv ai luwu
Ttlces now before the Wyllo ave. cable is coin-'
pictea; iirth, because values win soon advance to
double present prices; sixth, because very easy
terms will be given all who will build at once;
seventh, because If you will send or call for
illustrated plans of tbe property you will be sure
to buy. HI,ACKilAIBy, W Fourth, ave.
V y . H1W7
VtiBt Ttnrl Iitm-
IjWB SALE-BUILDING LOTS. ONLY S40 PER
: foot fronton Uoquetst, Oakland; three min
utes' walk from cable line. W. A. HERRON tt,
SONS, 80 Fourth ave. sel2-9S-TTS
FOR SALE-LOTS ON BLUFF AND VICKROY
sts.. near college; terms to suit. KOBT.
FOR SALK-2 ACHES OF GROUND, FBuNT
ING 3 streets, laying well, none reruse. near
Second avenne and Hazelwood station; will sub
divide to great advantage witb a good house of 8
rooms. allfor?8.000: terms easy. W. A. HERRON
& SONS, 80 Fourth ave sel7-81-TuF
FOB SALE-AT EDGE WOOD-A CHOICE LOT
85x140 ft., very near station P. B. R. W. A.
HERRON & SONS. 80 Fourth ave. 6el7-83-rrs
FOR SALE-A NEAT LITTLE PAHM 'OF 15
acres, 6-room house, new barn, great variety
of fruit; level land, well watered and near good
market and B. B. station. ALEXANDER & LEE,
313 Wood st. seli-15
FOB SALE FABSl, 156 ACRES, "WITH BUILD
INGS required; rich bottom land, near sta
tion E. 4 i, K it ; suited for large works and
town lots; good investment ED WITTlbH. 410
Grant St., Pittsburg, Pa. seH-D-
OB SALE-A LARGE FARM OF ABOUT 230
acres, only 18 miles from tbe city, M mile
from railroad station, and near to school, churcb,
store, postoffice. etc.: wilt be sold at a bargain to
close up an estate; our Major Glover bss been on
the property, and can give lull particulars from
personal observation. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO..
129 Fourth avei, Pittsburg. seli-38-P
FOB SALE-BY CHARLES SOMERS "Sr CO.,
313 Wood st
Buena Vista St., Allegeny, 13,000 New brick.
4 large rooms, choice little bouse, all complete, on
good lot and desirable location.
Sampson st, 84,500-Good lot 2 houses in prime
repilr; rented: paying handsomely.
Pcrrysvllle aye., 81,500 Lino of electric cars: a
nice little home, 4 rooms and attic, gas and water;
Chartiers street 84.000 Corner lot fronting 60
feet on two streets: two 5 room houses, ample
space for 4 more houses; good locality for renting.
Knoll street $2,S00-Large house on lot with
wide frontage on 3 streets: property rented paying
large dividends; a good Investment.
Brighton avenueCorner lot; choice business
location: right in midst of actively building dis
trict; foundation ready for buildings cheap to
Davis and McCInre avenues Handsome.large
Benton avenue 80 choice lots; ground in nice
shape for building purposes and for comfortable
homes; will advance rapidly above present
prices. !200 to 8500.
Good investments aud desirable properties
throughout Allegheny City and her suburbs.
CHAS. SOMEEiri CO., 31S Wood st.
FOB SALE-BY CHARLES BOMEBS & CO.. 313
Hill district A portion of tbc-clty in central
portion where property Is now relatively lower
than elsewhere, but promises great advances
wltnln the coming year under the stimulus of new
cable and electric roads and improved means of
Franklin t., 2 good brick houses, with all con
veniences, large lot 17.500.
Cliff street-fi 800 Nice 5 room and aitle brick,
conveniently arranged, well built by owner., good
yard: close-to Penn incline.
Fulton and Crawford streets 3. 500 Large lot
fronting each streets-room house; good street
frontage for additional building.
Webster avenue $6,000 Large lot fronting two
streets; two good brick buildings, one with large
storeroom; a desirable and cbeap property.
Forbes street ?8,000 An extra choice 3-story
pressed brick, brown stone trimmings, large
rooms, wide halls, bath, pantry, inside closets,
electric bells, etc. : large lot.
Building lots and blocks of lots on all parts of
thehllhincludlng Webster. Wylle, Center, Bedford
and Herron avenues; Vine, Bccd, Colwell, Erin.
Davis, Adelaide, Clarissa and Thirty-Third
Improved and unimproved properties in all
parts of the two cities. Call on us.
' CHARLES SOMERS X CO.,
sel5-74-Tusu 313 Wood st
FOB SALE-BY CHARLES SOMERS & CO., 31J
East End f),(X0 Atwood street: a very choice'
2-story aud mansard press brick, 8 rooms, vestl-.
bule, attic, laundry, all modern appliances for
elegance and comfort. Tbls Is a specially fine
and complete bouse In large lot
Oakland ave. ?8,500 New, substantial andhaud
some, finely but not gaudily flnlsbed residence of
6 rooms, attic, pantry, bath and laundry; .large
Aiken avenue 85,000 2-story frame, good and
complete: large lot.
MlgnonettestH, 200 New handsomely finished,
finely arranged and complete 2-story frame, 6
rooms, attic, bath, laundry, etc.
Grazier St. l,800 2 lots; grapes, fruit trees,
well,2houses,4and5rooms: nice little homes; all
Edwin street t3,500Handsome pew house just
being completed; every modern appliance and
convenience; good yard, desirable .and central
James street 82,250 A very choice little home;
nice lot: all conveniences and comforts.
Fifth avenue. Oakland-?3S,000 Ollt edge loca
tion, one and one-quarter acres ot gronnd, over
700 feet choice froutage; 3 small houses. Tbls is a
fine point for investment; surroundings are un
surpassed. Properties Improved and unimproved in all sec
tions of tbe East Ei.d. Call and see us. CHARLES
SOMERS 4 CO.. 813 Wood st. sel5-74-Tnsa
TTIOR SALE-BOARDING HOUSE-GOOD LO
Jj CATION and good business; reason for sell
ing wanting to leave city. Address M. A. X.,
Dispatch office. sel7-86
FOB SALE-SALOON AND RESTAURANT,
old established and best location in city. Ad
dress P. CHR1STMAN, 41 West Washington St.,
Indianapolis, I nil. se!7-50
FOB SALlS-A GROCERY STORE DOING A
large No. 1 trade, and Is one of the finest
stands in city, ononeofourleadlngstreets: beau
tiful large store room, only reason for selling bad
health. Address J. C. B., Dispatch office.
FOBSALE-THESTOCK, F1XTUBES, LEASE
HOLD, horses, wagons, etc.. of one of the
best retail grocery locations In tbe city, doing an
excellent business: a good opportunity for the
right man. Address GROCER, Dispatch office.
FOR SALE-ONE OF THE LABGEST AND
best retail grocery stores, in heart of tbe city;
will Invoice about ?9,00O. Also smaller grocery
stores in good locations In tbe two cltlC3, bakeries,
drugstores, drygoods and notion stores, feed
store, confectioneries, restaurants, boarding
houses and other business chances: free particu
lars. SHEPABD &. CO., 54 Filth ave. self
FOR SALE--1N THE LIVELIEST TOWN IN
Western Pennsylvania the stock and fixtures'
of tbe New York Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
Goods House, located at 135 Fifth avenue Mc
Keesport. Pa.; can reduce stock to ".000; posses
sion given at once.wlth a long lease; this is a rare
chance: no better location in the city. Inquire at
135 Fifth avenue McKeesport P. S. GLEASON.
FORSALE-AN INTEREST IN A WHOLE
SALE business located In the heart of the
city; the estatabtlsbment stands at tbe head In the
line of trade represented; the firm's business U
now active and profitable, and the outlook Is so
promising as to give an almost absolute guarantee
to a purchaser that tlie money lie Invests will be
returned lu dividends earned during the first
year; we can recommend this: Siuoo to 87,000 re
quired. CHABLES BOMEBS & CO., 313 Wood st.
FOE SALE-A GOOD ESTABLISHED BUSI
NESS: 13,000 to 83, 500 required. Address B.
M. H., Dispatch office. 6el7-S4
FOB SALE-COR. BOSS AND FIRST AVE.;
cheap: Iot39x70fect with buildings. W. A.
HERKON Jt SONS. 80 Fourth ave. se5-7-IuF
FOB SALE-FIRST-CLASS BUSINESS SITES
In the Asplnwall plan, adjoining Sharps
burg; low prices; easy payments: send forplans.
W. A. HERRON &SONS. 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE VERY CHEAP, A GOOD BUSI
NESS house on Ohio near Middle St., Alle
gheny; an Investment of only JIO.OOO required. Sec
W. A. HERRON 4SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-ADVANCE BOLLEB MILLS
Newly refitted to Case system, steam power;
doing No. 1 work: desirably located on B. It;
plenty of hard wheat at mlHdoor; terms low. Call
or address TAYLOR BROS. & CO., Rogers, Col.
Co., O. au22-7-p
FOR SALE-2-STORY IRON CLAD BUILD
ING, 25x00, ou lot 25x120, with lease; 12x24
engine, nearly new: also boiler and main shaft;
lease has over 2 years to run:wlllbe sold low to
close up an estate. Inquire at 2600 SMALLMAN
STBEEr, city. se!7-95
FOB SALE-GOOD BBICK HOTEL BUILDING
lnexcellent location for busiuess and con
venientto the city: tbe building contains over 30
rooms and Is on a large lot having a good tran
sient trade and a number or regular people; re
ceipts at bar alone about 8100 per day : good reasons
for selling; price low. CHAS. SOMERS CO.,
313 Wood St. sel5-75-TuStt
FORSALE-iDESlRABLE BUILDING LOTS,
or manufacturing site very cheap; small
cash payment long credit: on Strawberrylanc.
near street car and railroad and proposed electric
road, in Mntb ward, Allegheny City. WILL
IAM A. SIPE, owner, 93 Diamond St.. Pittsburg.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock. &e.
TCWE SALE-A FINE FAMILY HORSE, PER
Jj FECTLY gentle anil handsome; 7 years old.
Apply at No. 80 FOUBfll AVENUE. sel2-91-TT8
FOE SALE-ONE-UORSE ELLIPTIC SPRING
wagon, JH lncn axle. In first-class repair;
price 835. HARRY DOMHOFF'S WAGON
SHOP, Liberty ave. and Main St. se!7-3
I7IOB SALE-A FINE FOUR-YEAR-OLD
draught horse; welgbt 1.S00 lbs: well broken
single and double: will be sold cheap for want of
use. inquire ECHOLS. McMUBUAY tc CO, 123
Sandusky t., Allegheny. se!7-57
FOB BALE-ALDERNEY COW AT AUCTION
at sale of furniture at Mrs. Cooper's resi
dence New Brighton road, near second toll, on
Friday, September 20, as noon: sale begins 10
O'clock. A. LEGOATE BOM, Auctioneers. ,
FOR SAIiE LOTS
Dlnchlnerr ana Metals.
OR SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS SlSW
and refitted rniHnv-nronintlv attended to.
POBTEB FOUNDRY ANDMACH1NECU..LIM.,
below Suspension brtdgeyAllegbeny, Pa. anW-39
TTIOB BALE NOW ONE SECOND-HAND
JC tenoning machine 2 surface planers and 1
sbaper, and new and second-hand engines, boilers,
lard kettles, tar tanks. SlfmeD valves, eastings,
etc VELTE & MCDONALD, Jhlrty-second st
and Penn ave. r 't21-i-tts
FOB SALE--J PIANOS. 5 ORGANS. PRINT
ING presses aud lot type 2-water motors,
3 10-borse power turbine water wheels, 'large as
sortment furniture, nnd 2 cowl, .by JAMES L.
ORB. 140 Fifth Hf., Pittsburg. sel5-I28
FOB SALE-BILLIABD TABLE AT AUCTIO.T
at sale of furniture at Jlrs. Cooper's resi
dence. New Brighton road, near second toll, on
Friday, September 2J. at noon: sale commences
at 10 o'clock. A. LEGOATE SON, Auctioneers,
TTIOB SALX-FUBNITURE-AT THE RE3I
JU DEN CE or Mrs. Cooper, New Brighton road,
near second toll, at auction, on Friday. September
20. at lu o'clock: parlor, library, dining room and
clumber furniture embracing suits In maple
mahogany and walnut- crimson plush suite, mo.
queue and brussels carpets, hall ana stair Brus
sels carpets, plate mirrors, marble, top walnnt
sideboard, bat rack, bookcase.. extension table
refrigerator, silver-plated ware, cutlery, dishes; i
uicoMis, curtains, etc., cic:;.xiso, jwaernevcow.
billiard table, barouche harness,. etc. Take train
st Federal st. for Verner station at 9:15 A. St.. city
time A, LEG GATE & SON. Auctioneers.
TQLET, P7 PER MONTH-A NEAT HOUSE,
six rooms, attic batb, late Improvements,
flrst-clsss order: Bedford near Fulton st. W. A.
HEBRON & SONS. 80 Fourth ave. sel7-82-TTS.
TO LET-2-STOBY BBICK HOUSE. WITH
mansard roof, containing 9 rooms, halt large
attic, bathroom, etc: yard back: and front: all in
best condition: particulars at premises. 9JFKr
MONT ST., Allegheny. sell-23
TO LET-ELEGANTLY FURNISHED HOUSE
at Edgeworth, P., Ft. W. C. B.W.r8
rooms, flnlsbed attic, w. c bathroom, both kinds
of gas; will be rented to responsible person from
October 1. 1839, to April 1, 1890. Address L. B. X.,
Leader office sell-8
TO LET-ROOMS NICE ROOMS. WITH
both gases. Inquire at 197 FOURTH AVE.
TOLET-LAEGE, HANDSOMELY FURNISH
ED front room In new house every conveni
ence, near poatofllce. suitable for gentleman and
wife or two gentlemen. No. 97 SEVENTH AYE.
Easiness Stands. - '
TO LET-NO. 133 THIRD .AVENUE, 8TOBE
BOOM and 11 dwelling rooms, all being re
palredrpalnted,papered. etc.. and put in first
class order. C. H.LOVE, 93 Fourth ave. se.7-65
OfBces. Desk Room, iStc
TO LET-CHOICE OFFICES. SINGLE OB
in suit in the Standard block. Wood, near
Fifth avenue. JV. A. HEBRON SONS, 80 Fourth
TO LET-OFFICE8 OB SUITS OF ROOMS; 4
or 2 rooms at 44 Federal st; A or 3 rooms at
61 Sandusky street, by JAMES L. ORB, 140 Firth
ave, Pittsburg. seU-126
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
IN G, 75. 77 and 79 Diamond street two or the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be found in the
city; rent 8200 and 8300 per annum, including elec
tric, lights, janitor service aud steam heating.
Apply between 10 A. H. and IP. v., or between
rpO LET STORE OR OFFICE BOOM, WITB
JL large vault, suitable for Insurance office or
similar business, in GermanU Savings Bask
building. No. 419 Wood street: room formerly oc
cupied by George Belneman as saloon, and now
temporarily occupied by tbe American Express
Co. ; It Is two steps below grade making a first-
ciass casement, inquire at xn&B&asL.
"pERSONAL-MALTBY'S OYSTER DEPOT,,
.JL. late jo xiiui ftTcuuc, ciuutcu tu l amiui-
neld street: fresh oysters received dally; orders
filled at lowest prices. J. B. HEMMEULE, Mgr.
PERSONAL-BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
New and old, ancient and nioueni. standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30,000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 900
Liberty st au3-98
PERSONAL -HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURNED; recently they had not been on the,
best or terms owing to a little family Jar occa
sioned by tbe wife insisting on being allowed to
.renovate his wearing apparel, and which, oi
course was done In a bungling manner; In order
to prevent tbe trouble they agreed to send all
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor. 65
Fifth ave.. corner Wood St., second floor, and
now everything is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns In their household. Telephone 1558.
" OST ON FRIDAY, BANK BOOK, CON
J TAININGSSGVih name or the undersigned.
Finder win be rewarded by returning same to
MRS. -JENNIE MERBIMAN, No. 48 Monterey
street, Allegheny. sel7-60
LOST-MONDAY MORNING, FROM NO. 128
Locust St.. AUegfceny; French poodle (black
and white); name on collar, J. C. Mahler. A re
ward will be given If returned to the above num
ber, oratKAUFMANNS', Fifth ave. and Smith
field st, Plttsbnrg. se!7-74
STHAYEO-OR STOLEN FROMTHEUNDER
SIGNED, dark brown. Irish setter dog; an
swers to tbe name of Frank: no questions asked
and liberal rewaid given if lcftat2lMeyran ave.
R. F. SMYTH. se 15-153
IN RE DISSOLUTION OF THE ELIZA
BETH Bridge Company In the Court of
Common Pleas No. 2, oi Allegheny county, Pa.
No. 4M, October term, 18!9. Notice is hereby
(riven that on SATURDAY, September 28,. A.
D. 1889, at 10 A. If., application will be made to
tbe Conrt in tbe above proceeding; for a decree
dissolving the Elizabeth Bridge Company aud
distributing; its assets in accordance with the
schedule filed, and tbat the same will be
granted unless exceptions are filed in the
meantime. ALBERT J. WALKER, Attorney
for said Company. selO-44 To
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. S200 to $275 a year.
T ONG VIEW, BROOKV1LLE, PA.,
A Church School for Girls, will reopen SEP
TEMBER 11, 18S9.. For catalotrue apply to
Rev. JOHN G. ilULHOLLANI
SHADYSIDE ACADEMY-SCHOOL. YEAR
begins September 18. Examinations for
admission will be held Wednesday morning,
18th, at 10 o'clock.
For further information apply to Prof. W. R.
CRABBE, Principal, Shadyside. se!3-4C-D
RS. REBECCA BOARDMAN,
TEACHER OF ELOCUTION.
806 PENN AVE.. PITTSBURG.
Business hours from 3 till 6 P. if, se5-93-Turs
WEST WALNUT STREET SEMINARY
for young ladies; 23d year: is provided
fbr giving a superior edncation in collegiate
eclectic and preparatory departments: also in
music and art. MRS. HENRIETTA KUTZ,
2015 Walnut st, Phila. au4-90-TTS
SOUTHERN HOME'SCHOOL FOR aiELS,
915 and 917 N. Charles street, Baltimore. '
MRS.W.M.CARY. Established 181Z French
MISS CARY. the language of the school.
Notre Dame of Maryland
Collegiate Institute for young ladles and pre
paratory school for little girls, EMBLA P. O,
three miles from Baltimore, Md., conducted by
tbe Sisters of Notre Dame. Send for catalogue.
Normal, Academic, Commercial. Students
prepared for advanced classes in tbe best col
leges, for teaching, for business. Young La
dies' Seminary Department. Fall term opens
September's. 1889. Hon. Tbos. M. Marshall,
President Board of Trustees. Address J.WAR
REN LYTLE, Principal, No. 7 Fourth avenue.
"SIXTH STREET,, PITTSBURG.
1,477 STUDENTS LAST YEAR.
Classical, Scientific, Ladles' Seminary, Normal.
Musical, Elocutionary, Business College and
Shorthand departments. Send for new cata
logue. Correspondence with youngpersons de
siring a better education respectfully solicited.
U AMES CLARK WILLIAMS, A. aL. Pres't
PITTSBURG ART SCHOOL; ESTAB
LISHKD 1881, offers advantages of a
r f- itnorougn Academic School of
fenO Art, combined with private in-
struction; each pupil under
Joint direction of George' Het-
zel (Dusscldorf Academy), John
W. Beatty (Munich Academy).
Students who cannot attend dally
may enter lor limited num ner oi
davs a week. For prospectus address
JOHN W. BEATTY, Principal,
anSSS-rti? il3 Woods treet, pmsd uj&
BY JAS. W. DRAPE fc CO.
PUBLIC SALE OF
S TO 10 ACRE PLOTS OF GROUND
"OAK GROVE," AT YOUNG STATION.
Between Parnassus and Valley Camp. THUHft.
DAY AFTERNOON. Beptember 19, at 3
o'clock, on the premises, or on tKo arrival of
fliUninlnrr thfltironertT. Abo&t 90 OCT69 111 aH.-t
laid offin 3 to 10 acre plot, all quite close tar
ino raliroau Biaugo, aau.w iuc lunn u x uu.i.,
rn whera there are churches, schools. Mores.'
etc.. etc On the proparty there are beautiful i
Knolls, groups ano rows oi trees, kicku un
faillng springs, coal, natural gas. etc
Few places offer so many desirable points for
residence purposes or for suburban homes. 'i, .
Take express train from Union Station at J L
o'clock on day. of sale. Free tickets at-our. vj.
omce Jrians sua lunner particulars iruia,.
JAS. "r7 DRAPE CO. ' f. ' '
Agents and Auctioneers, 129 Fourth avenge,
Pittsburg. , e-42-D
ADMINISTRATOR'S AUCTION SALE OP
the entire stock of a manufacturer and
jobber in furniture. Will be sold wKkoutre
serve to the highest bidder, at tbe rooms, 311
Market st. TUESDAY MORNING, Septea
ber 17. at 10 o'clock, sharp.
Thirteen fine chamber suits In oak and wal
nut; IS handsome parlor suits, made tot their.
own trade and upholstered In the best style
and coverings, these are in EncUsh roes aad
French tapestry and plashes, easy chairs aad
rockers, fine tables, mirror-door wardrobes,
sideboards, leather chairs, fine leather eeuch.
cabinets, bookcases, lounges, chiffoniers;
also bureaus, bedsteads, washstanda aadcribst
all ot -which were manufactured by tbem lor.
their own trade, and must be sold to settle ac
counts. The goods are now In our store and
are now on exhibition.
This is your opportunity if. yon want to hay,,
furniture of any kind. It will pay to attend tbw
sale, as the goods will go to 'the highest bfcMer
without any regard to cost. HENKYAUO,
xiujn cu., ui juarKer.se, seio-Ms
DMTNISTRATORS' AUCTION 8ALB j
XL OI Fine f arlor aarrunamber Halts, JJ-- ;
ing Room and Library Farniture, Cart Har"
ness. etc., at tbe late residence of Chas. L-Oaki-jJ
welL.deceased, 73 Lincoln avenne, Allegheny, li
WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPT. lCat 1
The f urnisbment embrace' handsome Turk
isb. Parlor Suit in Tapestry. Portiers, Curt aias, ,
Couches, Pictures, Bric-a-brac. Rockers, WaJ-l
nut Bookcases, Cabinet Desk, fine larze Hag.
Rack, Rogs, Toiletware. Bedsteads. Bareaas,
Washstandsj Center Tables, Hair Mattresses,
Feather Beds, Springs, Hoover Bed-LooBge,
Chiffoniers. Brussels and Velvet Carpea oa
rooms, halls and stairs; Sideboard. Leather
Chairs, Refrigerator, Pillar Extension Table,
Dishes and Glassware, Laundry articles,
Kitcheu'eoods. etc etcv
8ale positive, Dy order of Geo. P. Hamilton, -
Aflmlmstratnr- TTnnSA 4taftn ftftr ft n'rioelc1-':
morning of sale. " ?,
HENRY AUCTION CO., LI3C,
DtnMHrnitvin Ui CHAnKjas O TOQA ""
111S0U1M1. X A OCUtCUlUn T. 1t7 .
vroncE is hereby given that xhs .-
XI report oi viewers on cue grading. panss
and curbing of Carnegie street, from Fifty
second street toMcCandless street, has beea
approved by Councils. which action wiH be,,
final, unless an appeal Is filed in the Court of
Common Pleas within ten (10) days from date,
Chief of Dep't of Public "Works.
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THJB '
X reports of Viewers on the opening of Loyal -
alley, irom Alien street to Jdeiunoover avenue:
Allen street, from Washington avenue to Mo
Lain street: Copeland street, from Ellsworta
avenue to Walnut 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 ij Councils, which
action will be final unless an appeal is filed is
tbe Court of Common Pleas within ten (14)
davs from date. E. M. BIGELO W.
Chief of-Department of Public Works. . j
riTTSBUBO, jca.. Beptemoer , i. set -,
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THJS
J.1 reports of Viewers on the construction oC ( '
sewers on uresaen aiiey, irom otantonaveea :.
to t uty-second street; Dunnage street aatt'
f ornes avenue, irom n inn avenue to a poH on,
Forbes avenne 300 feet west of Dithridge street;
Atwood street, from Bates street to Louisa'
street; Wrights allev, from South Twenty-third
street to South Twenty-fourth street, and',
Howe street, from Ivy street to Aiken avenue,' j.
will be finaL unless an appeal is filed In tbe
Court of Common Pleas within (10) ten days) ..
from date. E. M. BIGELO W. i
- Chief of Dep't of Public .Work. - ,
rTTTSBTTRO. f A- aeptemoer . ib. scg-ji
ATLANTIC CITY.N.J. ' '
On the beach, with unsurpassed ocean view.
Salt-wAer baths in house.
E. ROBERTS & SONS:
ONE OF THE OLD STOCK.
September 23 Geo. C. Jenk's U. S. Man Co. ;
HARRIS THEATER-EVERY AFTER.
NOON and evening.
WOMAN I MAY WHEELER,
WOMAN. EDMUND COLLIER.
Week Sept. 23 The Waifs of New York. selT
THE NEW WORLD'S MUSEUM
Tbls week. September 16,
BIG ELIZA, THE GREAT SEYMOUR,
FERDNANDES. 4 EMERALDS.
A GREAT SHOW. sel8-12
TTARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
To-night, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and
Almee. the HnmanFly. and 25 Stars. ael13
7 minutes from Federal st, Allegheny, on, the
West Penn R. R., adjoining Sharpsburg, being
part of tho "
"ROSS ESTATE." l : ;
Lots in sizes and on terms that should suit
any desiring to secure ahome.
The lay of the ground is beautiful. Special
inducements offered to first purchasers. See
the representative on the premises or call oa
or address W. A. HERRON 4 SONS.
8e3TT3 80 Fourth avenue.
To close up estate of Alexander Negley.de
ceased, I off er about II acres land sitnate,be
tween Neeley and Hiland aves., adjoining resi
dences ot Colonel .Anaer30D. Alex Dempster
and others. Nineteenth ward, Pittsburg, and
adjoining recent purchase of Messrs. Magee,
Flinn and Stewart. This land all fronts 'on
streets already laid out. and is in a first-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 lOox
HENRY H. NEGLEY,
CORNER SANDUSKY AND LACOCK STS,
Or residence, NEGLEV AVE., Pittsburg.
SIXTH AVENUE DYE WORKS,
M. MY SOUS & CO., i
..n..-, ... tii linn .r. nnnmipoa tx
And eeneral renovators of textile fabrics. la
dies' and gentlemen's soiled or faded garments
neatlv cleaned or restored in color. Curtains,,"-;
of every description carefully attended to. -
M. MAY SONS & Co.
jell-TTS 56 SIXTH AVE,. Pittsburg, Pa. ',
41 seventh avenne,
Telephone 1344. seo-S8-TT3
QPECIAL SALE OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, " V
j jewelry anu suvetwata tin uct. 1, to mate
room for fall stock; solid goldstickpins 50c up,,
etc.. all other eoods marked down eanallvas
cheao; 25 per cent off ou all silverware (hollow).
at WHJSON'S. 61 Fourth ave.. Pittsburg,
n atcu, clog sua jsircuy repairing a jpecmtji