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'CROWDS POURING IN.
Rain or Shine the People Will Turn
Out to See the Exposition.
AKOTHER BIG DAY YESTERDAT.
The Flower Exhibits Still Perfect and Yerj
AIL POPULiE AIES PLATED T0-3IGBT
It seems neither wind nor rain nor the
very worst of weather can stop the crowds
that pour into the Exposition from morning
until night. Damp and usly as the skies
and streets were yesterday was the second to
the largest day in the way of excursionists,
who returned home with more Pittsburg
enterprise in their minds and mnd on their
boots than they eTer had before.
For some reason unknown even to the
person who adopts the ide3. Thursday and
Friday in Pittsburg are fashionable nights,
and yesterday was no exception.
Saturday is everybody's day. and as a re
sult a special musical programme of popu
lar airs has been prepared.
All lovers of the "gentleman's game"
will be delighted to hear that the cele
brated Mr. and Mrs. Shaw have been se
cured by Mr. Myers, manager of the
Brunswick Balke Company, and exhibi
tions of skill will be given by the noted
pair every day next week, commencing with
Monday afternoon. The lady is one of the
very cleverest with the cue, and will demon
strate beyond a douU that the gentleman's
game is one of the prettiest in the world for
The magnificent floral designs that at
tracted such attention Thursday night were
in almost as perfect shape last night, and de
lighted excursionists hovered about the fra
grant exhibits until the routine street saluta
tion had to be enforced and they "moved on.'
For a little amusement. Dr. Waite. of New
York, in charge of the electrical exhibit in the
gallerv. will remove, free of charge, moies ami
facial blemishes also treat rheumatics, eTery
Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday afternoons.
The musical programme to be civen this
afternoon by the Great 'Western Band is as
part i-S O'CLOCK.
I. March, "Kosalen".
2. IdrL "The Tyrolean and His Love"
3. Jlurfttc. "l.oe lueses-
. selection, ".Marltana"
4. Waltz, "Liberty"
IMBT 24 O'CLOCK.
1. Medley overture, "Pete"
5. selection, Tauhauser"
3. Bolero sonc. "Lsmerclda"
4. Idj-L 'TheForftelnthePorest" MIchales
5. March, Klein's Silver Age" (by request)
riA?vOS AND ORGANS.
S. Hamilton, 91 and 93 Fifth Avenue.
Has any visitor to the Exposition failed to see
and bear the Hamilton exhibit? Emphatic
ally, no! Just as rapidly as possible they betake
themselves to this center ot attraction on the
xnaiu floor, to enjoy it all, from the irate posts
and decorated border ot platform, to the grand,
beautiful musical instruments so tastefully
draped in the new silk scarfs. Life is worth
living tli the keyboard of a Seeker Bros,
piano or an Estey organ under your fingers.
There is no companionship to equal It; j ou sit
don and express jour own thoughts on these
speaking instruments, or interpret the thonghts
of the great composers. Imagine, if you can,
what sucb instruments would have been to Bec
tho en, fecarlatti, Mozart and the rest ! If they
produced such effects upon those feu-keyed
spiuucts and harpsichords, vi batwould they not
hate done with these marvels of theday? Think
of this in this Exposition time of 1SS9, and hav
ing viewed the superb exhibit, co right to 91
and 93 Fifth avenue and examine not only tho
Decker Bros.', but the Knabes, theEsteys, the
Fischers and the other makes not shown at
Main Hall of the pianos carried by Mr. G.
Hamilton, also Ibe Estey, Clough & Warren,
btory & Clark and other makes of organs
veritably it is a magnificent collection.
bpcL.al attention is caf'.d to the splendid
Clongh & Warren church organ, run by electnc
moti r This is the only combinative organ
made, having Scnbner's well-known qualifying
tubes attached. Its superiority over other
instruments is established by the fact that it is
used in more churches, public buildings' "and
jfcsHs than any other organ manufactured. Bee
the list ot'placoa where it is now Iftetr in and
y about Pittsburg. Trueitlsonlv a partial list,
but by conferring with Mr. Hamilton at the
stores ill and 93 Fifth avenue, further informa
tion as to names and places will be given. The
price is within reach of all 5750 with motor, or
$790 without motor.
CULINARY UTJEVSILS EXHIBIT.
Drmraler Bros., 52C and52S Smllhflcld St.
Visitors, try as they may. have not been able
to find one article missing in this display,
which would add to the comfort or convenience
of the household. It seems a waste of time to
state that it is near the center ot main floor,
for everybody knows the fact, and they know,
too, - hat a charming exhibit it is. Among the
items are gas laundry stoves that ue scarcely
any of the volatile fuel, and Chicago reflector
gas stoves, the open space filled with asbestos,
a copper tender reflecting the light; patent
cake or custard pans, the plate movable so as
to be slipped upon another plate; Troy pohsh
iug irons itb corrucated iron pressing sur
face for quick and effective work; Nutrizio"
coffee pots, the coffee held in a sieve while,
boiling water percolates through it; Silver's
measuring glass eggbeaters (nicest things
in making delicate desserts); Pasteur water
filters, which perpetually convert liquid mnd
into purest, whole-some water; New Era Hy
draulic Suction Clothes Washers, that do away
with mending the week's wash; keelers, tub3,
buckets in indurated fiber ware, that stand hot
or cold water, are light, hive neither hoops nor
seams; bird cages, prettv Imperial stove hollow
ware, in all forms of kettles; brass fenders and
fire irons; the carver's friend, for withdrawing
-ekeuers from the roasted fowls and meats;
disbpans, skillets, coffee mills, spice, flour and
bread boxes, ladles, dippers, etc., and all of it
so bright and fresh that it is a very hard place
to leave, if one may judge from the lagging
steps of those who leel they must see every
thing in the building.
PALACE OF MUSIC EXHIBIT.
Itlrllor fc Hone, 77" Fifth Aicnnc.
The high character and reputation of this
firm are liilly maintained in thesuperb exhibit
at west end of mam hall. Nothing but the best
is permitted to leave their warerooms, there
fore only the choicest instruments arc inclosod
in the handsome cases, whether carved or
plain. The specialty in pianos is the cele
orated Hardnian, which none others equal in
tone, solidity, perfect action and moderate
prices. The Hardman pianos have forged right
ahead, and from being simply very good, relia
ble instruments have become the favorites
from their undoubted superiority. In the dis
play are also notable specimens of the pianos
manufactured byKrakauer and by Kimball.
The justly celebrated Palace. Chicago Cottage
and A. B. Chase Organs: could anyone ask
more? If they are exigent, they may turn to
that remarkable invention, the Eolian Organ,
with its five sets of reeds, from which may be
evolved the most beautiful music; it may be
plaj ed like any other organ, or by working the
pedals any piece desired will be rendered by
having the proper barrels. The Eolian is cer
tain') wonderful. After visiting the display
visitors are invited to visit the w areroo-ns and
take in their permanent exposition.
GUOKAK'S CUT GLASS DISPLAY.
A Uich as Croons
Is an old adage, but in the case of Grogan's ex
hibit it is modernized in a most emphatic man
ner. The patterns and forms of this cut glass
are of the Croesus stjle, and their richness
gives force to our quotation. The whole of the
cut glass is lound in the largo ebony case on
the main aisle, floored with sections of French
mirror plates, which reflect the prismatic kues
of the cut glass and heighten the rich effects
so susceptible in this material.
In this display are a variety of shapes and
patterns exclusive to the Grogan stock. An
oval punch bowl of large dimensions stands in
the center. Getting away from the regular
round bowls, this gondola shape is very im
pressive. It is the most graceful bowl that has
yet appeared, being set upon a standard which
raises it above the ordinary levek and with the
exquisite cups and saucers surrounding it for
seiwug punch will add grandeur to any table.
In the case is a complete outfit for table use,
viz: water pitchers and caraffes, with tumblers
and goblets, full sets for wines in the following
sizes: cordial, sherry, claret and champagne
classes. With sherry is found the decanters, with
claret jugs and small jugs for cordials. There
are vases in tall and graceful shapes; nothing
shows off so well a bunch ot roses as these.
There are also rose bowls of varions sizes,
finger bowls, jar and cover, etc Don't fail to
see Grogan's cut glass.
Charles Hcizenteln' Exhibit.
Among the many beautiful exhibits to be
seen is the handsome and artistic one of Mr.
Charles Relzeustein. It U situated in the main
aisle, ne-ir the entrance. This display is con
sidered by many by fax the finest in the build
ing. There may be seen all, or rather a sample
of all the coods from all the famed potteries of
Europe, Mr. Keizensteln's son went to Europe
to select his stock, and the character of the
same is far ahead of those goods usually seen
in the ordinary china store. To enumerate
would simply require all of this paper's space.
In cut goods there maybe seen the very
choicest gems from the best American factories.
Every requisite lor a dining table or drawing
room is shown. Mr. Reizenstein assures all
that evcrv piece of goods is from his stock.
He says that be does not believe in borrowed
plumes, and I hat his exhibit only gives a faint
idea of his tlegant stock at his stores, 152, 154
and 156 Federal street, Allegheny. Telephone
Trymby, Hunt fc C.v, Philadelphia.
Two of the windows of this exhibit are m
distinctly Louis XVL style of hangings. One
is in white silk velours, the handiwork decora
tions in French pink and Nile green, etched
with metal, the lace, a Brussels point panel;
the other, of same shade of velours, has the
derorations in ardols and Nile green, with a
dash of pink and metal etching, a pair of Brus
sels point curtains, instead of the panel, no
tice the handsome arm chair m Nile green
satin and plush of darker shade: the French
piped top or panel of the dark plnsh. Note
also the large Potter arm chair, a magnificent
combination of brown. Ivory and blush pink,
the panels (the pink part of the chair) are in
bullion surrounded by flno biscuit tufted
panels. Then look at the solid, hand carved,
mahogany frame three-paneled folding screen,
mounted with a lovelv watteau figure in the
center panel, the two side panels in capucine
plush, decorated with fleur de lis. the emblem
flower of France, in silver applique. A full
line of these goods will be shown at the Seventh
Avenue Hotel, room 223, by Mr. Dow, Manager.
Tho Hotel Hnmllton.
By judicious expenditure of money this hotel
has been completely metamorphosed from its
former dingy condition into an attractive
house, first-class in all its apartments. Its
table is equal to anj : its bar the best stocked
in the city. It now holds a high place in public
The Dnbbs Portraits In Art Gallery
Speak for themselves. Mr. Dabbs never fails
to secure the ery best portraits, having a rare
and happv faculty of catching the most subtle
expression of tho sitter. His atelier, at the
corner of Market and Liberty streets, is well
Mr. Kroger, the genial proprietor, will look
after the school children acceptably. Coffee
and sandwiches to them are'only 5 cents each.
THE Willi kX With Three Soset. a Oer
lilCi II WillAil man-American romance
by E. D. Beach, icttl appear in to-morrow's
T0T1CE TO CONTRACTORS-IMPROVE-IN
MENPS at Wilmerding; 17,000 feet of
tile drains for surface water to be laid. Speci
fications and plans at the offices of the East
Pittsburg Improvement Company in the West
lnghouse building and at Turtle Creek. Bids
received until September 27. 1SS9.
J. B, McGINLEY.
se21-37 Secretary and General Agent
CONTRACTOR'S NOTICE SEALED PRO
) POSALS will be received up to 12 M., SEP
TEMBER 25, at the office of J. H. McRoberts,
100 Grant strcet,Pittsburg,Pa., for the grading,
paving and curbing of the north side of Sixth
avenue, from Amity street to McClure street:
also for the gradingof McClure street, from
the Monongahela river to Eighth avenue, in the
borough of Homestead. The right is reserved
to reject any or all proposal?. By order of the
STREET COMMITTEE. 6el8-3l-D
TICE TO HOUSE BUILDERS
Sealed proposal will be received by the
understated until MONDAY. September 30. at
4 P. 3L, for the erection of a hose 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. sel096-rrs
OFFICE OF FIDFLITT TITLE ATBCSTCO., ?
ESTATE OF JOHN T. NATCHEK DK-CEASED-ifotlce
is hereby given that letters
ot administration on the estate of John T.
Natcher, deceased, late of Pittsburg, Pa., have
been cranted to the undcrslcned, to whom all per
sons Indebted to said estate are requested to make
immediate payment, and thoe havinic claims or
demands against the same will make them known
without delay. FIDELITY: TITLL & TUUST
CO., Administrator. DAVTD (J. EWino. Trust
CHARLES B. PAYNE, Attorney at Law,
173 Fourth avenue.
ESTATE OF SARAH J. WICKS, DE
CEASED. Notice is hereby given that
letters of administration on the estate of Sarah
J. Wicks 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 at GUI Hall.
Jefferson township, Allephenv county. Pa.
JOffH S. WICKS,
JAS. A. WICKS,
au24-13 3 Administrators.
IN THE COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS
of tho Peace of Allegheny Count), in re
icense ot George Gotthart, 1 No. 1254 of
Wholesale Liquor Dealer, t -.,.,, r
No. 497 Fifth avenue, f March Term,
Eleventh ward, Pittsburg. J 1SS9.
Notice is hereby given that said court has
fixed SATURDAY, 2Sth day of September,
1S89, at 10 o'clock a. M as the time for hearing
the application for transfer of said license from
George Gotthart to J. J. Speck and George
Gotthart. partners as J. J. Speck fc Co., at
which time the parties in interest and
all persona opposing said transfer will be
V. K. McGTjNNEGLE,
SC20-10 Clerk of Courts.
IN THE. COURT OFCOMMON PLEAS
NO. 1, OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY.
JANE M.' RAMSEY
WILLIAM J. MOYER
Et nx. et ak. No. 520 June Term, lS89,in equity.
By authority of an order of the Court, made
September 19, 1SS9, in the above entitled case,
I will expose the following described real
estate for sale at public auction to the highest
On Montiay, ODtolJBr 14, 18
At 10 o'clock A. II., on tho premises, that cer
tain lot sltuato in the City of Allegheny, county
of Allegheny, and State, of Pennsylvania, on
the west side of East Diamond st, beginning
at a point 120 feet south of South Diamond
st. and extending southwardly along said East
Diamond st. 32 feet, thence westwardly at right
angles with said street and preserving even
width 55 feet, having thcrenn erected two two
story brick dwelling houses.
At 10:15 o'clock A. ir., of the same day, on the
premises, all that certain lot of ground sitnate
in the Fourth ward of the city of Allegheny,
county and State aforesaid, on tho east side of
Pine alley, beginning at a point 100 feet sonth
of South Diamond st. and extending south
wardly along said alley 20 feet, thence at right
angles with said alley eastwardly, -preserving
even width, 55 feet, having thereon erected one
two-story and basement Jjrick dwelling bouse.
At 10.30 o'clock A. M. of the same day and at
last mentioned place, to wit. Pine alley, near
South Diamond street, all that certain lot situ
ate in Reserve township, county and State
aforesaid, consisting of 5 acres and 30 perches,
being purpart No. 3 in the plan of partition at
said number and term, and bounded and de
scribed as follows, to wit: Beginning at
a point ou the public road at
the southeastern corner of lot owned
by Mrs, Ford, distant 256.77 feet east
wardly from the line of land of J. Windell,
thence northwardly along the line of land oC
Mrs. Ford 1,017.16 feet to the line of land of
William Hazlett, thence north 67 30 east
220 8S feet to line of land of Mrs. Cahill, thence
southwardly along the line oi same i.uuoas
feet to the publie road, thence along the line
of same south 76 15' west 225.39 feet to the
place of beginning.
Terms of Sale 10 per cent at time of sale,
one-half on delivery of deed and the balance in
one year, secured by first bond and mortgage,
with interest payable semi-annually, and with
Sunday scire facias clause, or cash, at the option
of the purchaser. A. J. BARTON. Master,
Cor. Fifth ave. and Grant St., Pittsburg. Pa.
J. M. CALDWELL.
JOSEPH P. bPLANE,
Attorneys, S3 Diamond St., Pittsburg, Pa.
SPECIAL SALE OF WATCHES, CLOCKS,
jewelry and silverware till Oct. L to make
room for lall stock; solid cold stick pins 60c np,
etc., all other coods marked down equally as
cheap; 25 per cent off on all silverware (hollow),
at WILSON'S. 61 Fourth ave.. Pittsbnr
Watch, clock and Jew elry repalritic a specialty.
Y, incorporated ISSi DISPATCH BUILD
IN G. "5. 77 and 79 Diamond st. Engravings of
buildings, machinery, portraits, cuts for cata
logues, etc: reproductions orpcnandlnk draw
ings, wood cut prints, manuscripts, etc.; print
ing, binding, bUnk books, etc ee4-44-WS
XS-Dttplay advertisements one dollar per
square for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, etc, ten cents per line for each inser
tton, and none taken for less than fifty vnts.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of. the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with THE DIS
THOSIAS SrcCAFFKEY, 35iflBntler street.
EMIL G. STUCKEY, Hth street and Penn ave.
E. G. bTUCKEY iCO., Wylle ave. and Fultonst.
K. bTOKELY. Fifth Avenue ilarket House.
I. W. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
J1CALL1STEE JtSnEIBLEIt,5thav. AAtwOOdtU
JACOB SI'OHN. No. : Carson street
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAEKCHEK. 59 Federal street.
II. J. McltlUUE. Market House, Allegheny.
FRED H. EGGEKS. 173 Ohio street.
F. H. EOGEKs, & bOX, Ohio and Chestnut sts. '
J. F. STEVEkSON. Arch and Jackson streets,
THOMAS MCHENKY, Western and Irwin aves.
U. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves,
i'EKRY M. G LEIM. Kebecca and Allegheny aves.
W. W. FLOCKEK. Stationer, .No. 4 Grant ave.
WANTED-BOY TO WOKK IN BAKERY.
J. 3L1UUHT, 50 Besacca St., Allegheny.
WANTED-S OR 6 GOOD BKICKLAYEKS.
Apply to GEO. HOGG, Braddock, Pa,
WANTED AT ON CE - COMPOSITOR BY
day on brief. Apply 23 KEBECCA ST..
WANTED-GOOD BARBER FOR TO-DAY:
wages, . THOMAS WATbON. 1008 Car
son st , S.S. SC21-89
WAMTED-2 BBAS3 WORKERS AND 1 PAT
TERS maker. TAYLOR & DEAN. 203
and 205 ilarket st.
-TT7"ANTED-GOOD BLACKSMITH FOR GEN
V ERAL mine work. Apply BEECH MINES,
Allegheny co Pa. sc20-86
WANTED-2 GOOD MEN, BUTCHERS. AP
PLY NO. 193 MAIN bT., lemperancevllle.
West End, Pittsburg. seJl-40
WANTED-GOOD BARBER IMMEDIATELY
at COR. WASHINGTON AVE. and FUL
TON ST., Allegheny. sea-tl
-tlfXANTED CANDY MAKER A GOOD
V worker on plain ctlcc and mixed candy.
Address BOX CM., Dispatch office.
WANTED-MAN WITH J250 AS TREASURER
and ticket seller Ladies'- Ball Club. Apply
to W. S. FRANKLIN. First Ave. Hotel. seJl-95
WANTED F1KST-CL ASS D E. BOOK
KEEPER, with gooa references, wants posi
tion. See bHEPAUD & CO., 64 Fifth ave. sell-51
WAN TED-SALESMAN TO SELL GOODS BY
sample: good salary paid. Write toCEN
TENNIALMFG. CO., Cincinnati, O., or Chicago.
WAN TED-SHEET IRON P1CKLER NO
one but an experienced and steady man
Address .LOCK BOX 655, l'lttsburir.
WANTED-GOOD BAR MILL HEATER FOR
20-lnchmlll: Swlndel gas furnace. Apply
at once. THE TRUMBULL IKON CO., War
ren. O. seSO-99
TTANTED-f50l) TO So0O,O0O TO LOAN ON
V mortgages. 4K, 5 and 6 per cent. JAS. W.
DRAPE & CO., 13 i ourth ave, , Pittsburg. Tele
phone No. 975. seiO-93-D
WANTED EXPERIENCED STOVE POL
IbllKRS and butlers. Call or address CUT
TER MANUFACTURING CO., 16 banduskvst.,
Allegheny City. se21-6S
WANTED - EXPERIENCED SOLICITORS
for county history work: also portrait so
licitors; good salaries paid. Address LOCK BOX
153, Wheeling, W. Va. seJl-W
TITAN TED-ONE OR TW O ACTIVE PERSONS
II to prosecute an old established city business:
about S350 required or each. bTEVENbON'S
AGENC1, 1001'ifth ave. seil-41
TTT A XTElJ- EXPERIEN CED
V acent for the Young Lidles'
must he a hustler and of temperate habits. Call
on MANAGER, First Ave. Hotel. eell-vS
ANTED - AN INTELLIGENT. ACTIVE
joung man, about 20 years old, to sell real
estate: Southside resident preferred. ALLES&
BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. ; telephone 187. se21-35
WAN1ED-3ALESMEN WHO HAVE ESTAB
LISHED trade, to take our spring Une or
fine cloths and casstmeres as aside line: good
commission. BOX 131, Bryn Mawr, Pa. sc21-36-S
TIT A N T E D - AN EXPERIEN CED CAN -
V VAbSER for the installment business, to
travel on the road: must furnish good references.
LOUIb blRODTMAN & CO., 55 Ninth St. 6621-33
WAN! ED-GOOD. STOUT BOY FOR WARE
HOUSE work: must wrltea good, plain hand
and be quick at figures Apply 8 o'clock Monday
morning. E. G. EDR1NGTON, '- Ninth st. se21-34
WANTED-GENTLEMEN WHO DESIRE A
wife or a lively correspondent to send their
addretsnnd stamp to THE AMERICAN CORRE
SPONDING CLUB, Box 643, Clarksburg, W. Va.
WANTED AN AGENT FOE PITTSBURG
and vicinity for a large seamless hosiery
account; must be popular with the trade. Address
POW ELL A BRO.. Twenty-eighth and Parrish
sts , Philadelphia, Pa. scl9-44-STu
WAMED-KEWABLE LOCAL ANDTRAV
ELING salesmen; positions permanent;
special inducements now; fast-selling specialties;
don't delay; salary from start. BROW N BROS.,
NurBcrymnu, Kocnestcr, N. Y. se!7-70-TTS
WAN1ED-GEN1LEMAN OF ABILITY AND
address to act as local agent for standard
semi-monthly publication ou banking; a remun
erative business for the right party. Address T,
F. PATON; .Manager. 20 Nassau St., New York
TV powder and pure spices; gifts with goods:
coke workers, miners or mlllmcn can makemoney
In their spare time: special inducements to per
sons having established trade. YAMASH1KO
TEA CO., S3 Jackson St., AUegheny, Pa.
WANTED - HAD WRITERS AT SMART'S
ECLECTIC SHORTHAND AND BUSI
NESS COLLEGE, 4 Sixth St.; penmanship, book
keening, arithmetic, shorthand, typewriting thor
oughly taught for fjprr month: private instruc
tions for both sexes; open dally 9 A. H. to 9 e . Ji.
WANTED AGENTS TO bELL DR. KUNST
LER'S Rheumatic remedy and Hair re
newer: both medicines have proved to be of un
cqualed power: ladles and gentleman can make a
good living bv selling them; exclusive territory
given. For further Information address CHAS.
KUNS1ER. 1169 Myrtle avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
TTT ANTED-AGENTS TO
SELI, THE P1N-
TV LESS Clothes Line:
theoniv line ever in
vented that holds the clothes without pint: a per
fect success: patent recently issued: sold only by
agents, to whom the exclusive right is given; on
reccptof50cts. we will send a sample line by
mall: also clrcnlars. price Ust and terms to agenU;
secure your territory at once. Address OE
CESTEH PINLESS CLOUHES LINE CO., 17
Hennon st., Worcester, Mass. au2S-39-ws
WANTED-THREE MALE TEACHERS FOR
the Allegheny High School, one to take charge
of the commercial department and two to assist in
the English department; thcqualificatlons of can
didates will be determined by an examination,
beginning September, at 9 o'clock A. m., at the
High School building: the members of the High
bcliool Committee will not see candidates until
after the examination. For further Information
address B. B. bCANDREIT. becretary Board of
Controllers, Allegheny City, Pa. se2l-lCO-D
WANTED-A GIRL FOB GENERAL HOUSE
Y ORK in bakery. Apply to J. J. KEUN
Z1G, Mansfield, Pa. se2l-43
WANTED-LADY AGENTS FOR THE NEW
hygela corset; most satlslactory and best
money making article out. lor terms, etc.. annlT
to WEblERN CORSET CO , St. Louis, Mo.
WANTED-A GIRL IX) GO TO THE COUN
TRY, Smiles from R. R, station and cable
cars: must be a good cook and wash and iron.
Apply between 2 atd 4 o'clock p. a., at ROOM 25.
Stevenson Building, tilth ave. selK-7
WAKTED-20 YOUNG LADIES, AGE 16 It) 20,
to travel with show company: no exper
ience necessarv: salary and expenses paid. Call
between 12 and 2 or after 6 p.m., BOOM 1, Hotel
Crescent, No. 16 Smltbfield St. se2l-S7
WANTED-A LADY THAT UNDERSTANDS
plain sewing and cutting to take charge of
a sewing room in which a number or girls are em
ployed; must come well recommended. Address
wiui reicrence, s. o. v., uispaicn omce. seu-47
Ulalo nml Female IIcId.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPER, CHAMBER
MAIDS, cooks, dining room girls, house
girls, Herman and colored girls, cook aud cham
crinald for same famtly, farm hands. MRS. E.
THOMPSON, 603 Grant st. sel9-uibs
WANTED-MAN FOR HOTEL KITCHEN,
carriage driver, gardener, man to work on
gentleman's place, laborers, cooks, chamber
maids, bouse girls, pantry, kitchen and laundry
girls, 2 nurse girls, dishwasher, 2 restaurant
girls. MEEHAN'S, 545 Grant su sel9-D
-TTTANTED-CHRISTIAN MEN AND WOMEN
V of successful experience as canvassers to
take charge of from one V fivo counties and sell
and employ others to sell "The Christian's Lega
cy." One agent writes: "Ihe Christian's Lega
cy Is the fastest selling book I have ever handled.
In a little less than thirty hours' work 1 have
taken over fifty orders, and made more money In
its sale than on any book I have ever sold, and I
have been a canvasser for several years." Two of
my oiaesi agents write; "if me easiest book to
sell I have ever tried to sell." Give mil particu
lars of experience. W. J. HOLLAND. lSON aisan
rJT.?.?" Prtlcu- I
sl.H.Y. seio-ioo J
WANTED-POSITION FOR YOUNG SWED
ISH girl to do sewing and dressmaking, or as
chambermaid In private family. Address
HANN'A, Dispatch office. se21-33
TTTA-NTED-BY A KESPECTABLE MIDDLE-
VV AGED lady a position at second nurse in
hospital, or would take charge or boys' school.
Address MABY A. CLEAKY, Kankln. Pa. se21-
ANTED-A POSITION AS COOK IN A
gentleman's family, by a girl who has lived
8 years in last place: can furnish best reference.
Call or addressliEEHAN'S AGENCY, 545 Grant
TTT ANTED-A SITUATION ON SURVEYING
TV corps, or in surveyor's office, by a young
man who knows something of the business and IS
willing to rork up.
Address D. K. O.,
WANTED-POSITION IN CLOTHING OR
6hoe store by young msn with no ex
perience, who is willing to and can learn in short
time- salary no object t present. Address GOOD
REFERENCE, Dispatch office. sc21-48
tlTANTED-bTEADY ES1PLOYMENT BY A
V young man with five years' experience as a
book aud newspaper compositor In city or coun
tty, city preferred. Address, with particulars
and salary. G. E. 3., care Monitor office, Derry
Station, Pa. se21-M
Booms. Houses. Etc
WANTED-TWO FURNISHED BOOMS FOB
light housekeeping, within 10 minutes'
walk of oostofflce. Address B. B. X., Dispatch
ir7"ANTED-MORTGAGES-MONEY TO LOAN
V In large or small amounts at market rates.
ALEXANDER & LEE, 313 Wood St. setf-59-D
WANTED-MORTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
In sums to suit at , 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES & BAILE1, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
ANTED-MOl'.TGAGES ON CITY PEOr-
ERl'Y. over H.uuu; 4 per cent:' no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER & CO., 92Fourth avenue.
In large and small amounts at 4H. 5 and 6
per cent, free of State tax: no delay, HEED IS.
LOV LE & CO., 131 fonrth ave. ray21-C0
amounts. 4 too per cent, according to se
curity and desirability of loan. FRED RINE
HAhT, Room 4, 57 Fourth ave. selO-63-TTS
WANTED-TO LOAN f850,0C0 ON MORT
GAGES In amounts to salt, in city or coun
try, at 4 to 6 per cent, as to security: no delay.
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave.
-YTTANTED-TO LOAN 1000,000. IN AMOUNTS
TV or J3, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on AH percent, free of tax: also smaller
amounts at Sand 6 per cent, BLACK & BAIKD,
95 i ourth avenue. L se21-d26-D
WANTED-MORTGAGES-fl, 000, O00TO LOAN"
on city and suburban properties at 4X, Sand
Encrcent. and on larms in Allcgbenvand aala-
cent counties at 6 per cent,
bON, 105 Fourth avenue.
WANTED-IO LOAN pOO.000 ON MORT
GAGES: J100 and onward at 6 Tier cent:
(500,000 at 4K per cent on residences or business
proneny; also in aojoimug
counties. S. H.
HENCH. 125 Fourth avenue.
WANTED-TO PURCHASE ENGINE-125 TO
150 h. p., and boilers for same, all in good
renalr. BOX 873, Pittsburg. se2l-3
WANTED-TO EXCHANGE A 7-YEAR-OLD
gentle driving mare (family beast) for good
second upright piano. Address BOX SO, Roches
ter, Fa. se20-89
WANTED-EVERYBODY TO SEND THEUt
furniture needing unholstcrlnr. renalrln-r
and reflnisbing to HAUGH 4. KEEN AN, 33 and J
oi n ater si. 'ruone ito. anil
WAN1ED--TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one in the club at II 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX 601, and I will call and suow you the watch.
WANTED-MACHINIST3 TO ATTEND A
special meeting at Old Hall. Saturday,
September 2L at 7:30 p. it. All members of the
craft are requested to attend. Business of im
portance to every machinist will be transacted.
-rTTANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
V TOGUAPHEK, 96 tilth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, ever body to
know that be is making fine cabinets at jl SO per
dozen; photos delivered when promised; instan
taneous orocess mhl3-63
FOR SALE-I3IPKOVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE--12,000-COLWELL 8T.-BRICK
house, 4 rooms, cellar, front and back porch,
gas and water; Iot21xl00. J. It. COOPEB & CO.,
107 Fourth ave. 6eJl-70
FOR SALE-MARION ST.-BRICK HOUSE, 6
rooms, halt marble mantels, finished attic,
both gases, porches, sewerage, etc. ; lot 24x104.
it. uuur.noc cu., iiM Bourir, ave.
FOR SALE GUM STREET TWO-STORY
brick house, 6 rooms, finished attic, hall: also
two 2-story brick houses, 3 rooms each; lot 22x100; a
good investment. J. R, COOPER & CO , 167
Fourth ave. se21-70
FOR SALE BLUFF SI., NEAR COLLEGE,
new brick house." 8 rooms, hall, bathroom,
finished basement; all' late improvements; lot 23
It. 9 in. by 133 ft.; terms to suit. ItOBT. COW
ARD, No. 20 Blnfi st. acl-87-TTSSu
FOR SALE-WYLIE AVE., N'EAK ERIN ST.
$2,800: a bargain: good brick house, 4 rooms
and 2 well-finlsbed attics: natural and artificial
gas; good sewerage; lot tail 10. J. R. COOPER
CO , 107 Fourth ave. , se21-70
OR SALE-TERMS AS AS AS PAYING
rent, for 8-roomed houses: price, (2,200, in
installments or only S25ptr month; no other pay
ment required. For full information see Yv. A.
HEBRON & SONS, 80 Fourth are. sel2-9G-TTS
FOR SALE THIRTEENTH AND LIBERTY
sts. ; corner lot 50 ft. Ion Liberty st. by 100 ft.
on Thirteenth St., extending back to Spring alley:
one brick and 4 frame houses Liberty nve.; corner
vacant; valuable property, price 20,000; terms to
suit. ALLbSJb BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel.167.
East End ReaiaeDces.
FOR SALE -IN ANNUAL INSTALLMENTS
of 500, neat new Ejist End houses; brick,
modern style of architecture, late Improvements.
8 and 9 rooms, near steam and cable cars price
K.000 to J7.01O. See W. A. HEBRON A SONS. 60
Fonrth avenue. sel7-80-TTS
FOrf SAL,E-flS0O WILL BUY A 9-ROOM
bouse In the East End; lot 50x113 feet: bath,
gas, electric lights, carriage houte and stable:
foOOcash. balance S35 per month. JaMIbONA
DICKIE, 90 Fourth ave., or cor. Penn and Shady
ave.. East End. sel$-26-WFS
FOR SALE A NEAT HOUSE AND GOOD
lot. East End, near Penn and Fifth avenue
cable cars and convenient to Liberty R. B. sta
tion; 6 rooms, bath, etc: everything in nice order;
small payments; immediate possession. JAS. W.
DRAPE & CO., 123 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE A DELIGHTFUL EAST END
residence place Just laid out In lots 40x135
feet, on line of proposed 'H Hklnsburg electric
road, and within one (1) minute's walk of new
Fifth ave. station, P. R. R-: city improvements
and convenlpnoes; reasonable prices and terms.
BLACK iBAIKl), ft Fourth ave.
seI8-52-19. 21, 13, 25, W. 30
FOR SALE-AN EXCELLENT EAST END
property, fine brick residence with large and
luxurious rooms, bath, lavatory, natural gas;
everything In prime order; beautiful lot, 120x220
feet: dense growth of shade and fruit trees,
shrubbery; copious flow of pure water, etc., etc.
JAS. W. DRAPE 4, CO., LB Fourth avenue,
FO R 8 A L 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, fine
chandeliers, both gases, city water and bouse
wired for efectrlc lights, plate glass windows,
electric bells, good sewerage street paved with
asphaltum and paid for, beautiful shade trees in
front of house, a few minutes from cable cars:
price S3,500: a moderate cash payment and bal
ance long time: Immediate possession. SAMUEL
W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave. se6 4-D
FOBSALE ONLY SG.500-BOQUET blREET.
Oakland, a new2-story and mansard brick
dwelling of 8 rooms, hall, vestibule, bath. Inside
w. c, stationary w. s., range, h. and c. water,
slate mantels with cabinets and tile hearths, in
side shutters, front and back porches; this house
is modern in every respect and nicely papered
tbrougbout: possession can be had at once; as this
property Is ou the line ofthe new electric car line,
now under construction. It Is considered a bar-
Saln and is offered for a few days only: lot 25x100.
EED B. CO YLE k CO., No. 131 Fourth ave
FOBSALE-3IODERN QUEEN ANNE5AND8
room dwellings: lar:e yards, porches, etc.;
lots 24x120: price 2,600 and S.I.60O: terms 1C per cent
cash, balance inoutlily pajments If desired; sec
ond Avenue electric street Railroad will pass
within .100 feet of these dwellings. SAMUEL W.
BLACK & CO., 99 t ourth ave. tcl9T39-D
FOR SALE ATA BARGAIN, BRICK HOUSE,
two stories and mansard, 8 rooms, laundry,
bath, water closets, back aud front stairs, back
and front yards, bay window; all modern Im
provements; call and see about It. A. D. WIL
bON, 65 Federal St., Allegheny. sel9-l-MWThs
I7OR SALE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, AT
2 o'clock, at auction, on the premises, corner
Hnbbard and Sipe streets, Eleventh ward, near
McClure ave. new frame house of 6 rooms and
hall: corner lotMxlOl; possession at once. EV ING
4BYEKS. Agts., No. 93 Federal street, firstfioor.
FOR SALE A NICE DWELLING IN SECON D
ward, Allegheny; near parks and street cars:
7 rooms; bath, natural gas and other conveniences;
porches front and rear; everything In nice order;
price only 5,500; possession given when wanted.
'farm. tA clt .1 A W. ItHil'P ft- r,l I'm
'Fonrth avenue Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-TWO-STORY BRICK. HOUSE,
Blate roof, containing vestibule, ban, 7 rooms,
bathroom, 2w. c. and laundry; lot 20x110 fiet to
25-teet street, near park, in Second ward. Alle
gheny?very desirable for residence or Investment
for income: easy terms. V.1LLIAM A. SIPE,
owner, 93 Diamond St., Pittsburg.
8ETTLE AN ESTATE.
JP house 5 rooms, ball.
attic and rellnr. lnt9nr
ixiieec ana nonic rooms, sine, nail and cellar,
lot iOxSSfcet, nat, gas, water la yard: alsu brick
hnntn 4 rfWIIHL attic hall and collar Ia?nwm
will sell together or will sell separate. ' For full
particulars call OB, A. u. WILSON, to Federal st.,
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE,
TTIOR SALE NORTH AVE. RESIDENCE. NO.
A .291 On Saturday at 2 o'clock at auction to the
highest bidder; sale positive to the highest hld-
a. j. fM lECOST, 413 urant st, seai-os
FOR SALE-NORTH AVE. RESIDENCE, NO.
291-On Saturday at 2 o'clock atauctlou to the
highest bidder: sale positive to the highest bid
der. A. J, PENTECOST, 413 Grant St. se20-6P
IJ10R 8ALE-KES1DENCE, NO. 291 NORTH
ave., on gaturday next at 2 P. if., on the
premises: terras one-third on closing deed, bal
ance 6 to 10 years: sale positive to highest bidder.
A. J. PENTECOST, 413Grant st. se20-70
FOR SALE-RESIDENCE, NO. 291 NOBTH
ave., on Saturday next at 2 P. M , on the
premises: terms one-third on closing or deed, bal
ance 5 to 10 years: sale positive to highest bidder.
A. J. PENTECOST, 413 Grant St. se20-7
'OB SALE-SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. AT
4 o'clock P. v.. at auction, on the premises.
CSt Murlrot atrowt 1TlaPTith Wrri3 fr-H-lB
houses: lot GOxlOO; good rentlngpropcrty. EWING
&BYER3, Agts., No. 93,Federai street, firstfioor.
FOB SALE-SMALL HOUSE AND LABQE
lot on monthly payments at Crafton, near
railroad station; 6 rooms, hall, cellar, etc, and
lot 50x100 feet: only 2,500: 250 down, balance
monthly payments. JAS. W. DBAPE & CO , 129
J ourth ave., Pittsburg. se21-66-D
OR SALE - WILKINSBURG - 3,500; J00
cash, balance in 10 years: now and neat frame
dwelling, 7 rooms, reception hall, finished attic
good cellar, water In kitchen, nat. gas. good sew
erage, etc.: lot 82x120: choice location and only
six minutes from station; street W ft. wide, with
shade trees on each side; this Is without doubt
the most desirable residence property in the bor
ough. J. B. COOPEK CO., 107 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE LOTS.
170R SALE-LOTS ON BLUFF AND VICKKOY
a.' sts.. near college: terms to
COWaHD, 20 Bluff st.
Enat End Lots.
TTIOR SALE-LOT 50X77-WALNUT ST., ROUP
J. K. COOPEB & CO.,
FOR SLE LOT ON CBAIG ST., BELLE
FIFLD: 60x140: low price. J. B. COOPER 4
CO., 107 i ourth avenue.
X' near liaum st : lot 36xl00,
CO., 107 Fourth avenue.
J. B. COOPEK 4
SLE-A FEW CHOICE BUILDING
on Fifth ave- near Craft ave.. Oakland.
D Iota on Fifth ave..
at 110 per foot front. BLACK 4 BAIRD, 95
Fourth ave. selS-51-13,11,17,19,21.23,25,27,30
T?OK SALE-BUILDING LOTH, ONLYJ10 PEK
JL' loot front on tsoquetsi., uaKianatinrecrain
utes' walk from cable
W. A. HERHON 4
suns, so Fourth ave.
FOR S ALE 2 GOOD LOTS IN THE EAST END,
43x120 feet to an alley, contiguous to cable
and steam cars; very convenient place. JAS. W.
DKAPE4C0., 13 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-2 LOTS IN BOULEVARD PLACE,
East End; 60 feet front each; fine location;
only two lots from Dallas ave. For full particu
lars apply to A. D. WILSON, 65 Federal st Alle
FOR SALE-ONLY 5,000-FOB THE FINEST
residence site in Shadyslde, convenient to
Ben Venue and Shadyslde stations; corner nrop
erty: size 100x130. BEEDB. C0YLE4 CO.. No.
131 Four th ave. se21-75
FOB SALE - BEAUTIFUL AND LEVEL
building lots, 24x25 ft. front, on Homewood
ave. and Clawson street. Just at Homewood sta
tion, at SG50 npward. Vf. .A. HEREON 4 SONS,
80 Fourth avenue. se4-65-ws
FOR SALE-EAST END LOTS-S450 AND 50O,
desirably located, and within reach of P. B.
IL and Fifth ave. cable road, commanding a
magnlflcentvlew: easy terms. BLACK4BAUU),
951 ourth ave. 3A-210C.
se8-72-9, H, 13, 17, 1 9, 21, 23,25, 27, 30
FOR SALE-ON SHADY AVENUE, SQUIR
REL Hill, about 15 acres fronting on thrre
good avenues, now open, between Fifth ave. and
Forbes st. ; we regard this one of the most desir
able properties now on the market, being easy of
access, etc. C H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE - TO SECURE A DESIRABLE
home with pleasant surroundings you should
buy a lot In Baum grove plan; with the improve
ments now made this is the most desirable and
cheipest property In the market. Full Informa
tion from MELLON BROS., East End. or JNO. F.
BAXTER. 512 bmllhfleld st. sel$-78-wssu
FOR SALE-2 BUILDING LOTS ON WESTERN
avenue. 20x124 feet each: price (L750 each. A.
D. IV ILbON, 55 Federal st , Allegheny. se!9-2-D
FOR SALE-ON SHEFFIELD STREET. ALLE
GHENY lot 30x124 ft.; has two brick stables
on rear: a splendid location to build yon a home:
call and see ibout It. A. D. WILSON, 55 Federal
St., Allegheny. sel9-2-D
FOR SALE-2 FINE LOTS, IRWIN AVENUE.
Allegheny; close to parks and street cars:
42x139 leeu to a paved alley; splendid place to
build for renting purposes: room for 6 houses
which would pav well. Terms, etc. from JAS.
W. DBAPE 4 CO., 123 Fourth avenue, Pitts
j Hnrelwood Lota.
FOR SALE CHOICE LOTS IN THE BLAIR
estate, within 3 to 5 minutes' walk of Hazel
wood and Glenwood stations: fine level lots re
quiring no grading or filling; wide street, city
water, gas, natural gas. sidewalks, pavements,
schools., stores, etc.: on line of the electric street
car lino now building: 10 minutes by the B. 4 0.
1C It. from the new depot: all express trains stop:
monthly tickets, fare 5j cents; prices 125 to LOCO;
10 per cent cash, ba ance long time: monthly pay
ments ir desired. SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO.,
90 Fourth ave. sel8-43-D
TTIOR SALE-MAPLE WOOD PAEK
GEO. B. MARTIN 4 CO., 105
FOR SALE AT EDGEWOOD-A CHOICE LOT
85x140 ft., very near station P. B. K. W. A.
HERKON & SONS. 80 ourth ave. sel7-83-TT3
FOR SALE A FEW CHOICE LOIS 40X120 ft.:
cheap to a quick buyer; terms easy. GEO.
S. MARTIN 4 CO., 105 Fourth ave. sel9-4-TTSSu
FOB SALE-LOT-W1LKINSBURG. SOUTH
St.: 2 minutes from station: lot 66x132: best
location In the borough.
. B. COOPER 4 CO .
iw jc ounn avenue.
FOR SALE-SOME OF THE VERY CHOICEST
40x120 rt. lots In Maplewond park: electric
road passes this plan; shrewd buyers will Invest
before prices advance; easy payments. GEO. S.
MARTIN 4 CO., 105 Fourth ave. sel9-4-TTSSu
FOR 8 ALE -BEST BUILDING LOTS FOB THE
money in Wilklnsburg. 23x125, running
through from Union st. to Green St.; 6 minutes
from station; 100, only 100 down, balance (!0O
pcrvcar: must be sold to close an estate. E. D.
W1NGENKOTH, 100 Fourth ave. seI8-6i-WTbs
T7IORSALE A SMALL FARM OF 8H ACRES,
.a. gooa 4-room nouse, uaru, iruit, gooa waier.
near to railroad station, etc.
I.U,,, KUVU OTdbCl,
L,i.r, 313 oou si.
FOR SALE -OR EXCHANGE-FOR MER
CHANDISE or el'y property, a farm of&S
acres at Haysvlile station, P Ft. W. 4 C. Railway.
Particulars from A. J. PENTECOST, 413 Grant st.
FOR SALE-FARM OF 505 ACRES, 120
cleared: new house, barn, etc.; fronts for
one mile on Potomac river; a No, 1 location for
fishing clnb; price 15,000. J. H. BRISlOlt,
Marttnsburg, WestVa. siaj-S
FOR SALE FARM, 156 ACRES. WI1 H BUILD
INGS required; rich bottom land, near sta
tion E. 4 P. K. it.; suited for large works and
town lots; good investment. ED WITTISH. 410
Grant st , Pittsburg, Pa. sel4-D
FOR SALE FARSf 17 ACRES JARRETT
homestead, 8 miles from Pittsburg on Wash
ington pike: 5 minutes walk to R. R. station;
choice nlace for florist, gardener or hotel. ED
WlfTISH. 410 Grant St. Pittsburg, Pa. seJl
FOR SALE A NICE FARM OF 60 ACRES,
fronting on the Pcrrysville road, near Per
rysville: land lays well and Is in good state of
image; a weuing ana onion liaings, orcnara, water.
etc., etc. JAS W.
avenue. Pitts urg.
DRAPE 4 CO., 129 Fourth
FOR SALE-A LARGE FABM OF ABOUT 230
acres, only IS miles from the city: one-halt
mile from railroad station, and near to school.
cuurcn, store, postonicc etc.: will be sold at
CO . 129 Fonrth ave , Pittsburg.
FOR. SALE BUSINESS.
FOR 8ALE-OR RENT-GOOD BUILDING
for hotel In Canton, O. Address JAMFs J.
GRANT, Canton, O. se!8-27
FOR BALE GOOD TWO-STORY FRAME
Qwelltngand tlnshon, with lot and outbuild
ings. In Youngstown. Westmoreland county. Pa.
Ice only TOO.
MERbHON, 1607 Penn avenue.
FOR SALE-PENN AVE. EAbT END BUSI
NESS property, between inland aud Collins
aves. ; lot 20x145 leet to a street; will be sold at a
bargain ir sold at once; enhancement certain.
SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO., 99 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE ADVANCE ROLLEB MILLS
Newly refitted to Case system, steam power;
doing No. 1 work: desirably located on K. It.:
plcntv of bard wheat at mill door: terms low. Call
or address TAYLOR BROS. 4 CO.. Uogers. Col.
Co.. o. . au22-67-D
FOR 8ALE-2-SXORY IKON CLAD BU1LD
ING, 25x60. on lot 25x120, with lease; 12x21
engine, nearly new: also boiler and main shaft:
lease has over 2 years to ru n : will be sold low to
PSFJ'P an estate. Inquire at 2600 SMALLMAN
bl'BEET, city. se!7-95
FORSALE A COUNTRYSTOREAND STOKE-
polut on line of railroad; fine country place, ex
ceilrnt point for business: this Is an oldestab
llShed Stand nrpiunt nwnpr hll madnit mini
mtpnn .... .i-....- ... ., n .... . ...
ill ,, "u ll"C lo Clue V" iiutuuiifc ui ajee.
nm h:u me property witn or wimoui tncatocK.
Particulars Irora JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO.. 129
Fonrth ave., Pittsburg. - se21-66-D
"?OR SALE-FIRST-CLASS BUSINESS SITES
J- in the Asplnwall plan, adjoining bharps
burg; low prices; easy payments; send fornlans.
W.". A'?EfiKON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth aye.
Ba4neu Caaarea. ,
T710B BALE-THE -WHOLESALE
A Easiness advertised h
tlsed by ns recently has been
W. DBAPE 4 CO., 129 Foartti
dlsnosed ot JAS
"COB 8 VLE-A SMALL RETAIL GROCERY IN
X Allegheny, doing a good, safe business: a
a fine stand, jas. w. drapes
Fourth ave., Pittsburg. se21-4s-r
FOB SALE-ON EOF THE FINEST SALOON 8.
with restaurant connected, in the citrof
Youngstown, O. Address DISPATCH, So. US
West Federal st., Youngstown, O. sjeo-71
FOB SALE-GKOCEKY STOBE IS HOME
STEAD, Pa., doing a good business and best
location In town: good reasons for selling. Ad
aressLOUE. DRAWER C, Homestead, Pa.
TTlOa SALE-SALOON IN GBEENVILLE, O.;
X! good location; elegant walnut furniture, two
pool tables, good stock; brick building 75 ft,
deep; on public square; lot 99 ft. deep:
good city 6.000 Inhabitants: natural gas: good rea
sons for selling. Address CLIFF BOYD, Green
ville, O., lock box 55. sel9-3li
FOB SALE-ONE OF THE XARBEST AND
best retail grocery stores. In heart or the city;
will invoice about 9,000. Also Smaller grocery
stores in good locations in the two cities, bakeries,
drugstores, drygoods and notion stores, feed
tore, confectioneries, restaurants, boarding
honsesand other business chances: free particu
lars. BHEPABD4CO.,54Flfthave. scl7
FOR SALE-1N THE LIVELIEST TOWN IN
Western Pennsylvania the stock and flxtu res
of the New York Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
Goods House, located at 135 Fifth avenue. Mc
Keesport, Pa. ; can reduce stock to 1000: posses
sion given at once.wlth a lour lease; this Is a rare
chance; no better location in the city. Inquire at
135 Fifth avenue, McKeesport. P. 8. GLEASON.
FOR 8ALE-IT.00O-HALF INTEKEST IN
printing office located in heart or city: finely
adapted quarters, large room, well Ughted, and
supplied with steam power at remarkably low
rent; owner a practical printer of good business
qualifications and habits, and a hustler: business
is good and business ootalnable largely exceeds
capacity under limited capital: money wanted to
meet and supply this demand: an active man will
situate himself well and his Investment, while
absolutely secure, will pay handsomely: we can
speak with confidenceconcernlngthls. CHARLES
SOMEB3 4 CO.. 313 Wood it. .se20-9i
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles. Uvo Stock, dec
T710B SALE FRESH MILCH WWV WITH
JD calr; thoroughbred Jersey bnt unregistered.
Apnly at 630 PENN AVE, , near Sixth street.
Machinery and Metal.
FOR SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
and refitted: repairing promptly attended to.,
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29
2 surface nlanera and 1
C tenoning machine.
snaper,ana new snasecona-nana engines. Doners,
lard kettles, tar tanks, bh'men valves, castings,
etc VELTE 4 MCDONALD, Thirty-second St.
and Penn ave. 1vii-9I-tts
PERSONAL MALTBY'ST OYSTER DEPOT,
late 76 Fifth avenue, removed to 641 Smlth
aeld street; fresh oysters received dally: orders
filled at lowest prices. J. B. HEMmKKlE. Mgr.
PERSONAL-BOOKS! BOOKS I BOOKS I
New and old, ancient and mooern. standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30,000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 900
Liberty st. au3-9S
PEKSONAL-DK. VAN DYCK. EUECTKO
Surgeon, Philadelphia, has been called to
Plttsbnrg to treat several society ladles: will be at
the Albemarle Hotel from Saturday, Sept. 21, to
Thursday, Sept. 26. and during this time can treat
several new cases: special terms to all who are
treated during this visit; book free: superfluous
hair on the female face destroped forever without
pain, scar, shock, trace or injury by the electric
PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURNED; recently they bad not been on the
best or terms owing to a little family tar occa
sioned by the wife Insisting on being allowed to
renovate bis wearing apparel, and which, oi
course, was done in a bungling manner; In order
to prevent the trouble they agreed to send all
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor, 65
Fifth ave., corner Wood St., second floor, andr
now everything is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns In tbelr household. Telephone 1553.
ATLANTuTciTY. N. J.
On the beach, with unsurpassed ocean view.
Salt-water baths in house.
E. KOBERTS fe SONa
ONE OP THE OLD STOCK.
September 23-Geo. C. Jenk's U. a Mail Co.
HARRIS' THEATEREVERY AFTER
NOON and evening,
WOMAN I MAY WHEELER,
WOMAN. EDMUND COLLIER.
Week Sept. 23 The Waifs ot New York. sel7
rnHE NEW WORLD'S MUSEUM
X Allegheny City.
This week. September 18,
BIG ELIZA, THE GREAT SEYMOUR,
FERDNANDES. 4 EMERALDS.
A GREAT SHOW. sel6-12
TTARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMX
To night, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and
Aimee, the Human Fly, and 23 Stars. se!5-13
WEST WALNUT STREET SEMINARY
for young ladles; 23d yean is provided
for giving a superior .education in collegiate
eclectic and preparatory departments; also In
music and art MRa HENRIETTA KUTZ.
2045 Walnut sr., Phlla. au4-90-TTS
MRS. REBECCA BOARDMAN,
TEACHER OF ELOCUTION.
806 PENN AVE, PITTSBURG.
Business boars from SJtlll 6 p. jr. se5-D3-Turs
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD
EMY. Chester. Pa. Twenty-eighth year
opens September 18. A MILITARY COL
LEGE. Civil Engineering, Chemistry, Archi
tecture, Arts. Thoroughly organized, prenara
torv courses. Circulars of Mr. F.G.PAUL
SON, 1 Wood st, city. CoL CHA8. E.
HYATT. President jyUfi2-ws
Notre Dame of Maryland.
Collegiate Institute for young ladles and pre
paratdry School for little girls, EMBLA P. O,
three miles from Baltimore, Ma., candnctcd by
the Sisters of Notre Dame. Send for catalogue.
Eflgewortii Boardim aM Day School
For girls, 122 West Franklin street, Baltimore,
Md.. Mrs. H. P. LEFEBVRE, principal. This
school will reopen on Thursday, the 19th of
September. The course of Instruction em
braces all the studies included inatborongh
English education, and tho French and Ger
man languages are practically taught,
SIXTH BTREET. 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 young persons de
siring a better edncation respectfully solicited.
JAMES CLABK WDLLIAMS, A. JL. Pres't.
PITTSBURG ART SCHOOL, ESTAB
LIBHED 1S84, offers advantages of a
thorocgh Acauemic ocuooi of
Art, combined with private in
struction; eacu pupil nnaer
joint direction of George Het
zel innsseldorf Academv). John
fij" W. Bcatty (Munich Academy).
Students who cannot attend dailr
' - may enter for limited number of
days a week. For prospectus address
JOHN W. BEATTY, Principal,
auS68-TuS 413 Wood street, Pimburg.
Walter j. osDouitsE. KichaedB abbotts.
BARROWS A OsioURNE
mOLET. K7 PER MONTH-A"NEATHOU9.
L six rooms, attic, bath, laie imprerpnwnts, 4
first-class order: Bedford near Fatten st- W. A.'i
HEKBON 4 SONS. 80 Fourth ave. el7--r, ',
East End Residences.
mo LET-HOUSE OF 14 BOOMS, STABLE
X and outbuildings: large grounds; oa N'tfley
avenue, near Penn avenue cable ears. laostA ot -
HENRY B0BEKTS,at011ver4K0Ben WlreCa., .
LET OR FOB BALE A BRICK
DENCE. of 10 rooms, ba. bsSsmI ma. etc..
and ample grounds, la the East fad. near rail
road station. JAS. W. DKAPFi CO , Mi
Fourth avenue. Pittsburg. seil-36-B
mO LET-IF YOU WANT TO BENTIN ALLB-
D. W1L30N. 56 Federal .
rriO LET-IN SECOND WARD, ALLEGHENY.
X brick house of S rooms, finished attK, basil
gases, bath, etc 36 per month. ALSXANDBB
4 LEE, 313 Wood St. seti-88-B
TO LET-A GOOD BRICK DWELLING IN
Allegheny, near parks and can: 3 rseeM,
bain, natural gas. half and cellar: rent, t7 69 per
month: immediate possession. JAS. WVDKAPE
4 CO., 129 Fonrth avenue. Pittsburgh sciHT
TO LET-TWO PABTLY FUKNISBM) COH ,
NECTING offices, Garraon ball din if. Ap
ply 17 FOURTH AVENUE. Pity. se31-58
10 LET-FARM WELL ADAPTED FOR GAB-
DEN and dairy, uooa nouse ana Bars: UK
acres, mostly in grass. For farther parHaaters
address BOX P. Elisabeth, Allegheny co., Pa.
Business Stands. .
TO LET-2 LARGE BOOMS-66 FEDERAL ST.,
Allegheny; suitable for light mannf. bri
TO "LET-LABGE 3-STOBY BK1CK WARE
HOUSE with large elevators: erntral loca
tion: suitable for storage purposes or carriage
factory: Twelfth street, near Union station. Ap
plv to T.MELLON 4 SON'S BANK, MI Ssi44fc
Heldst. seK-is-wTfii) --
Offices. Desk Room, etc
10 LETiCHOICE OFFICES. SINGLE
X in suit, in the Standard block. V, ood. near
Finn, avenue, w. A. ntstwun suns, sa ourta
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two ofthe i
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be found In the
city; rent, 900 and 300 per annum. Including elec
tric lights. Janitor service aud steam heating.
Apply between 10 A. x. and IP. Jt., or between,
Zand 4 P. IL- jy3M?
mo LET-STORE OR OFFICE BOOM, WITH
JL large vault, suitable for insurance office or
similar business, in Germanla Savings Bank
building. No. 419 Wood street: room formerly oc
cupied by George Belneman as saloon, and -now
temporarily occupied by the American Express
Co.; It Is two steps below prs4e. making a ftrst
dxss basement. InqulreatTHEJiANK.
XXlSSOfiUTION OF PABTNEBSHIP. '
Notice is hereby civen that the partnership
between C. T. Russell and A. J. Gilleland, bb-
der the firm style of Russell & Co. was dis
solved on the EIGHTEENTH DAY OF 8BP
TEMBER, A. D. 1888. AH debts due to tbs
said firm are to be paid and those doe by the
same discharged, at tho Quaker Shirt Store.
No. -40 Federal street, Allegheny City, Pa
where the business will be continued, by the
said A. J. Gilleland.
O. T. RUSSELL.
A. J. GILLELAND.
In retiring, from the above firm and business,
I desire to thank my friends and the public for
the generous share of their patronage enjoyed
by the Quaker Store for the past fifteen years-;'
and I bespeak for my successor and preview
partner a continuance of your favor and trade,
assnrlnc you that in its present basils te,
Quaker Shirt Store will continue to deserve its
great reputation for the quality and reliability
of its goods, and also maintain its' old motto: j
"Truth, Fair Dealing and Low Prices."
Yours respectfully. r
sel9-62 C. T. BUBaETJlk - .
BUY A HOME.
A Small Cash Payments
JSOO ANNUALLY THEREAFTER,
Will buy an elegant new two-story and maa.,''
saru ones, uweuiuif. o mums. uaiu. w. c. ihul.
l laundrv. etc: slate mantels, tile fireplaces and.
neartns, nne cnanaeiiers, oota gases ana ony
water; bouse wired for electric: Ughtf; Plata
elaM windows, electric hells, good eweram
street paved with asphaltum and paid forr
Deautiiui snaae trees in iront: ot nouse: a tew
minutes from cable cars. Price, only S6.500.
SAM'L W. BLACK & CO.,
I FOURTH AVE,
To close up estate of Alexander Negley, de "
ceased, I offer about 11 acres land sitnate be
tween Necley and HUand aves., adjoining rest- ,
deuces of Colonel Anderson, Alex Dempster
and others. Nineteenth ward. Pittsburg, and
adjoining recent purchase of Messrs. Magee,
Flinn and Stewart. This land all fronts oa
streets already laid out, and is In a first-class
neighborhood, which is building up rapidly.
Will be sold as a whole or la blocks to suit'
Also, lot corner Penn and. Negley aves, lOSx
HENRY H. NEGLEY,
CORNER SANDUSKY AND LACOCK STS,
Or residence, NEGLEY AVE.. Pittsburg.
7mlnutes from Federal st, Allegheny, on the
West Penn R. R-, adjoining Bharpsburg; being
pan oi me
Lots in sizes and on terms that should suit
any desiring. to secure a borne.
The lay of the ground is beautiful. Special
Inducements offered to first purchasers. See
the representative on the premises or call on
or address W. A. HEREON ft SONS.
se3-60-TTS 80 Fourth, avenue.
S1.0CO per acre, if sold Immediately for &
tract of ground (8, 12, or 20 acres), near Hazel
wood station, adapted to sub-division for build
ing lots tbatwill in less than two years bring
300 to toOO per lot (12 lots per acre) or to sell as
a whole will bring within one year $2,C00 per
acre. Terms, one-fourth cash.
SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO..
99 Fourth, ave.
SIXTH AVENUE DYE WORKS.
M. MAY SOTS & 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.
jeU-TTS 68 SESTH AVEv. Pittsburg, Pa.
8. HAMILTON. t
JIAND86 FIFTH AVENUS, .
' PtHrtUTR Pa, 'vS?l-