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HTTSBUBG DISPATCH, MONDAY SEPTEMBER"
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OYSTER'S OLD STAKD.
The McCleary Eod and Gun Club
Yields 13 Victims to the Law.
TEE! COMPLETE BAB UflEARTHED,
The Scared Proprietors Jump From a
MIKE SCAKLOK'S TOUGH EXPEBIEXCE
A speak-easy kept by Joseph Anderson
and another man named McCann, at the
corner of Market and Water streets, Oyster
Paddy's old plice, was raided by tbe police
yesterday afternoon, and 13 men were, cap
tured. The raid was conducted by Inspector
McAleese, Roger O'JIara, Detectives Goul
son, FiUjerald, Carrigau, Captains Silvus
and Bropby, and a number of patrolmen.
It has been Known to the police that a
. sneak-easv was being carried on at thisplace
for soma time, but they could never secure
an entrance, although several attempts were
nude. The place was conducted on the club
system, being known as the McCleary Rod
and Gun Club, and each customer
was supplied with a kev. "When the
officers went to the house yesterday
tbey lotind it locked up tight, but they
knew there were several parties insiiie.
After several efforts to get in, and not daring
toWakopen a door, one of the officers
started ofT to send in a fire alarm, hoping
by this stratagem to cause the inmates to
open a door.
OXE DOOB LEFT TOXOCKED.
But before this was done Detective Coul
son managed to find a door unlocked in tbe
rear of the house and entered. The others
soon followed and they soon had possession
of tbe house.
Liquor in large quantities was found,
bottled beer and whisky on ice, ready for
n,e. and a reirnlar. wcll-kent bar. in con
nection with which a poker outfit was evi,
dentlv conducted. The nen in the house
stampeded when the officers entered and
three ot them jumpea irom sccouu-siury
windows. Anderson and JlcCann were two
of those who jumped. The former jumped
out on "Water street, and was soniewhat in
jured, but managed to crawl away and hide.
McCann made ins escape, but it is expected
will be captured soon. Anderson returned
to tbe place about an hour after the raid,
supposing all the officers had gone, but
Detective Carrigan had remained behind
for the purpose, and Anderson walked right
into hi& arms. ,
Anderson was recently released from the
workhouse? w here he was sent ior bis qod
nectioa with the trial of Paddy McGraw
for the murder of Tiny Sloan" in Oyster
Paddy's saloon, where Anderson was .bar
keeper. He bears a bad name in police
circles, and so does his partner, McCaun.
An iuiormation for illegal selling will be
entered against both men by Inspector Mc
TIIEr TCT TJP FORFEITS.
The men who had been caught in the
place put up lorfeits for their appearance
and were released. They gave their names
as James Brown, Thumas Williams, John
Green, Richard McCabe, William Wilkison,
William Bennett, William Brown, George
2esbit, Joseph Bradden, J. S. Willison, J.
R. Oliver, James Ferguson.
The man who gave his name as John
Green is a police officer, who has been under
suspension lor some time. He tried to
escape when he saw the officers, but was
caught and taken to the station along with
the rest. He will be discharged from the
force for his conduct yesterday. -
Yesterday morning Michael Scanlon and
Baldy Brough got drunk in a Second ave
nue speak-easy and then went out on the
street to fight. During this argument
Brough was laid out with a beer bottle, with
which Scanlon pounded him over the head
and broke bis nose. After the fight Scanlon
staggered up as far as the Panhandle Rail
road crossing and leaned against a freight
car. ' Just as he did so the train moved and
Scanlon fell; his band being outstretched to
save him caught the rail just in time for one
ot tbe car wheels to pass over it, cntting off
all tbe fingers. Scanlon's friends took him
to tbe Mercy Hospital a few minutes later a
LEDISG THE METHODISTS.
The Bntlcr Street School Shows Up Well in
The Butler Street Methodist Episcopal
Sunday School subscribed f373 85 yesterday
x for the cause of foreign missions. This sum
is unprecedented in the history of Sunday
school collections in this denomination in
Six years ago the Sunday school and
church gave 5400. The marked growth in
the missionary subscriptions at the Butler
Street M. E. Sunday School is owing to the
unremitting labors oi Mr. S. Hamilton, who
has been superintendent for the past six
years. His energy has not been concen
trated merely to develop the financial dona
tions, bntalso to attain to the highest pin
nacle in numerical strength. There are now
enrolled some 1,200 children on the books.
These 1,200 scholars have subscribed on an
average over 90 cents apiece.
This increase over former years has been
accomplished under a great strain. On
every hand there have been improvements
in the property, and within the last six
years at least 520,000 has been subscribed
for beautifying and enlarging the church
The Hires of the Church Administered to
Yesterday morning Bishop Phelan con
ferred the sacrament of confirmation upon
gome 180 persons in St. Michael's Catholic
Cnrch, Sonthside. Of these 1G0 were chil
dren and the remainder Germans, who have
become converts to Catholicity. The church
'was beautifully decorated with flowers and
the banners of the various confraternities.
In the afternoon the Bishop proceeded to
St. Joseph's Church, on Mount Oliver,
where he administered similar rites to a
great many, including several German con
' verts. All these Germans have been lately
received into the Catholic church, and dur
ing the past few months hive been under
tbe spiritual direction of the Passionist
Fathers. It is owing to the strenuous efforts
which tre P36sionists have been making
this year and last that the great number of
converts is due. The Germans belonged
principally to the Lutheran persuasion.
AKOTflEB ITALIAN MISSION.
Tbe Consrerallon In This City Growing;
Larger Each Week.
Another Italian Mission will be held in
this city. At yesterday morning's service
in his church Rev. Father Giacomo Anno
vazzi, the Italian priest, announced to his
congregation that a missionary father from
Hew York would arrive in the city to-day
or to-morrow and bold semi-missionary
services. The latter will be held in the
church in the,basement of St. Paul's Ca
thedral each evening. The congregation is
crowing weekly, and the many Catholic
Italians -who had fallen away from grace
are being brought back to tbe church. The
congregation has grown so large that it was
found necessary to have two masses each
Parisian millinery direct from the Custom
House on exhibition to-morrow (Tues
day) Wednesday, Thursday. Kb cards.
"' JOS. HORNB &COS
Penn Avenue Stores.
OVXRHOLT. Golden Wedding, Large,
Gibson and Dillinger whisky for sale in
large quantities by Geo. H. Bennett & Bro.,
135 First avenue, second door below Wood
The Wiry A cent Ready to Go Forth and
Tackle the Earth A Business That Van
Same People Very Well.
"The book agent is a godsend to the pub
lic," said the manager of an instalment
house yesterday. "There is many a man
occupying a prominent position to-day who
never would have attained sufficient educa
tion to put him there, were it not for the
book solicitor's importuning in placing be
fore him ' the literature he required. It is
hard to understand the distaste there is
among really competent solicitors to take
np the book trade. There is no reason why
it should not be as respectable as the occu
pation of any other commercial solicjtor or
drummer, and it can be made to pay just as
wcll-as other drumming work. Just now
we want good men to sell Bibles on the in
stalment plan and we cannot get them."
'"On what conditions ,do you sell Bibles
on this plan?" x
"Well, take a 514 family Bible. When
the agent takes an order for this edition, he
arranges with the purchaser to pay say $2
down on delivery and 52 every month until
it is paid for. A contract is signed .under
which the' book is leased to tbe purchaser
and it remains our property until paid for.
Our agents work -among the middle class of
people, and it is very seldom indeed that-a
Bible is returned on our hands owing to
non-fulfillment of contract.
"How do you pay your agents?"
"Always on commission. They get 25
per cent on the amount ot the sale and 10
per cent for collecting outstanding instal
ments alterward. A fairly intelligent man
can easily earn 550 per week, and you can
see that "on this commission, if he sells but
one Bible a day.he can make $20 per week."
The book selling season may be said to
have fairly opened. With the return to
town of holiday seekers the book agent
girths up his loins and enters the market
lor theiest selling books. The merchant
and manufacturer,, professional man and
storekeeper know of his coming with tbe
fall of the leaf, and while putting an ad
ditional knot on his purse strings, hardens
his heart against the blandishments of his
tormentor, and glances askance at the
daprier young man who enters unannounced
with the request for "two minutes conversa
tion, if yod please."
While the ordinarv run of boot solicitors
are perhans possessed with too much assur
ance, there are many men of fine address
and good manners engaged in the business
whose natural acntcness and knowledge of
men and things stand them in good stead.
Such men as these latter are in receipt of
incomes all the way from 52,500 to 515,000
per annum, the latter figure representing
the salary of Mr. Fowkes, Scnbner's agent,
lor the sale of the Encyclopcedia Brittanica.
Men whose names have become historical in
American annals were at one period of their
existence solicitors for publishing houses or
'book agents' as, for example, Washington,
Garfield, Grant and James G Blaine, and
the'great Napoleon during his early career
sold books for a livelihood.
AN OLD LAWYER GONE.
Wllllnm ulcCullougb Darlington Diei at tho
Abo of 72.
On Saturday night death removed one of
the oldest inhabitants of Pittsburg from the
scene of his labors. Mr. Wm. McCullough
Darlington had been ailing for over two
years and had been unable to leave his
home ever since he received the new Pitts
burg Court House in behalf of the people.
Hcwas a member of the Pittsburg Bar
Association longer than any of his
Mr. Darlington was born in Pittsburg in
1815. His father was Benjamin Darling
ton, a Qaaker, who resided in Pittsburg,
and the maiden name of his mother was
Miss Agnes McCullough. He received a
complete education in the Jefferson College,
now the Washington and Jefferson College,
and. then studied law under Richard Biddle.
He'practiced at the bar until 1856. when he
retired from public life and devoted him
sel t to his books.
When he married Mary Carson O'Hara
he received 'a considerable dowry with his
wile, and this, along with his own money,
was so advantageously invested that at his
death he was worth probably 51,000,000.
They have three children, one boy and two
Mr. Darlington was of a retiring disposi
tion, and an inveterate bookworm. He
would read in his library for hours, and had
collected the finest private librarv west of
the Allegheny Mountains. He has col
lected at least 11,000 books. His favorite
study was early American history, and
during the latter days of his iife, he was
busily engaged writing historical accounts
of these early times. Sickness put a stop
to his work, and none of his manuscripts
have yet been published.
Mr. Darlington had been ailing for the
last two years, and at last succumbed to a
variety of stomach tronbles. His funeral
will take place on Tuesday afternoon at 3
THE HAKTST FEAST.
A Pretty Service Observed In the Trinity
The annual harvest feast was celebrated
yesterday in Trinity Rvangelical Lutheran
Church on Stockton avenue. It is a feast
of thanksgiving. Rev. Dr. Goettman, the
pastor, preached in the forenoon. In the
afternoon Be'v. David S. Kennedy, of the
First Presbyterian Church of Allegheny,
talked to the children on the missionary
spirit. Holy communion was administered
after that service. In the evening a praise
service was held, in which music was the
chief feature. An address was delivered
by Rev. W. E. Main. Songs of rejoicing
were a feature of all the services of the day.
THEIR SILVER WEDDING,
Sir. and Mrs. Holtzhelmer Celebrate the
Event by Remnrrvlng.
Last Thursday Mr. Jos. Holtzheimer, the
well-known livery and undertaking man of
Sharpsburg, observed his silvery wedding
in an elaborate manner. Grand high mass
was celebrated at 9 A. M., three priests
officiating, and afterward Mr. and Mrs.
Holtzheimer were remarried by the Eev.
Father Schwab. An elegant banquet was
served the guests, and dancing was indnlged
in till about midnight Mr. and Mrs.
Holtzheimer received some very costly
presents, and were heartily congratulated
by all their friends.
A BROTHER'S BURIAL.
aiark Burke Laid to Rest With All the
Honors of Freemasonry.
The funeral of Mark Burke, late clerk in
the delinquent tax office, took place to-day
lrom his home, 2416 Carson street. South
side. The members of Milnor Lodge No.
287, F. and A. M., attended, and followed
the body to its last resting place. Mr.
Bnrke was a prominent member of the F.
and A. M. fraternity, and a well-known
To Distribute SS.OOI).
At a meeting of the Jr. O. U. A. M. on
Saturday it was decided to distribute the
the 58,000 they have on hand among the
Parisian millinery direct Irom the Custom
House on exhibition to-morrow (Tues
day), Wednesday, Thursday. No cards.
Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
A Pleasant Beverage
And also conducive to good health is
Frauenheim & Vilsack's Iron City beer.
The best and purest materials, skillfully
combined, are used in its making. It is
kept at all first-class bars.
TS !,.., . .
j.x ii ansoiuieiy pure. iUem's "Silver
Age." MWP j
Chief Brown Announces tbe Positions
Under the Kew Eegime.
SOME CHANGES HAVE BEEN MADE.,
A Force of laddies Promised That Will Do
Great Work at Fires.
AN ERKOE OF DE. MEKCUE'S CORRECTED
The complete list of the city firemen as
they will be under Chief Brown's reorgani
zation, which goes into effect to-morrow,
was given out by Chief Brown yesterday,
and is printed below. The list shows quite
a number of changes among the old men
who are retained, as, for instance. Captain
William Richardson, of'No. 4engine com
pany, is transferred to the same position in
No. U, while Captain John Lennix, of that
company.-takes Richardson's place In No.
4; Captain George.Kipg, of No. 13,istran
erred .to .No. Z, to the same position; John
Wrigley, stoker on No. C, is transferred to
No. 4, and numerous other chancres' have
been made in the various positions through
oul the entire department. Under the re
organization each company has a lieutenant
who, as Ju all disciplined organizations,
ranks next to the captain, that rank for
merly belonging to the engineer.
In regard to the changes made Chief Bro wn
simply said: "Such changes as have been
made were for the benefit of the ser
vice. We expected to have a great improve
ment, and the men have been placed where
we think they will do the most good."
The only person who was dropped from
the list and reinstated was Isaac Craig, of
No. 10. He was dropped'by Dr. Mercur by
mistake. The Doctor got his lists mixed,
and Craig's name appeared as incapacitated,
but he appealed to the Chief, showing his
papers of examination to be perfect, and he
was reinstated. The firemen and the posi
tions they are to occupy are as follows:
HOW THE LADDIES AEE PLACED.
Engine Company No. 1 Peter Snyder, cap
tain: Charles A Scott, lieutenant; Joseph E.
Whalen. enjinecr; John Lanier and J. A.
Toole, drivers; Otto Hauch, Btoter;L. Beggino,
John Endres, .Hamilton Gillis and George
Engine Company So. 2 Michael Hannlgan,
captain; Robert Rowley, lientenant; D. J.
Eckels, engineer; Charles Hart, stoker; Will
iam Bennett and Georca Heinz- Urivnrs- .Inhn
Paisley, John J. Bcnning, Michael Carroll and
Con Dnscnll, hosemen.
Engine Company No. 3 George King, cap
tain; Thomas Morgan, lieutenaot; George H.
Brennan. engineer; George Mclntyre,stoker;
John T. McEllicott ana William Earner.
drivers; Frank ElmerWilliam Cramer, George
Stoudtand John A Hayes, hosemen.
Truck A Melvin Harvey,dnver;Fred Sllvius,
lieutenant; Geor?e Price, James Dougherty,
James Earley, James Connolly, Frank Carey
and Bartley McCoy, laddermen.
Engine Company No. 4 John Lennix,captain?
James Cunningham, lieutenant; Joseph iiusha,
engineer; John Wrigley. stoker; George A.
Leetch and James E. Gorman, drivers; Charles
H. Woods, Edward T. McCaffrey and Arthur
Engine Company No. 6VFrank Hutchinson,
captain; John F. Erwm, lieutenant; John J.
Freyvogeh engineer: John Coyle, stoker;
George A. Scott and William J. White, drivers;
John Cashmore, Henry Heinz and Willlim
Engine Company No. 6 Robert McKinley,
captain; James Calliman, lieutenant. Georgo
W. Gardner, engineer; Thomas Bovard, stoke::
S. S. Licbtenthaler and Frank Coates, drivers;
Robert Edwards, Richard Scanlon, Rafus
Morris, hosemen; James Ellis, driver ot fuel
wagon No. -
Engine Company No. 7 Evan Davis, captain;
Adolpb Roth, lieutenant: Richard Howe, engi
neer: J. H. Acheson, stoker; Alex. Robb and
Frank McSteen. drivers: John D. Hoerr, Lewis
F. Ocbner and James Golden, hosemen.
Engine Company No. 8 Louis Kemler, cap
tain: John Lanedon, lieutenant; James L.
Lloyd, engineer; William J. Best, stoker: John
Dalzell and John M. Hiller, drivers; Robert
Thomas and James Clark, hosemen.
Truck B John M. Green, driver: John Ru
Woolslair, lieutenant; Thomas Geary. Charles
Hawkins, David W. Thompson and Michael
W. Biggie, laddermen. '
ALL TEEY GOOD FELLOWS.
Engine Comnany No. 8 Frank McClelland,
captain: Henry A Brann, lientenant; illonzo
Kennedy, enmneer; Thomas McHenry, staker;
F. G. McMahon and Ronert McCouway,
drivers; David Elliott and John Sharon, hose
men. Eneine Company No. 10 William Boyd, cap
tain; John S. Gillespie, lieutenant; Henry
Mooney, engineer; Samuel Carnahan, stoker;
David McMillen and Robert Woods, drivers:
John S. Allen and Isaac Craig, hosemen?)
Engine Company No. 11 William Richard
son, captain; William Dun, lientenant; George
L. Hughes, engineer; Joseph Zoop, (Joker;
William H. Diebold and George J. Ling, Jr.,
drivers; John Keenan and James Cohway,
hosemen; James Lindsey, fuel wagon driver.
Engine Company No. 12 William J. SVilson,
cantam; George W. Vogcl, lientenant; John
Murphy, engini-er; Joseph McDonald, stoker;
William Aikman and Andrew Hoffman,
drivers; James.F- Maden and George Barr,
hosemen. Truck C William Erb, driver;
Benjamin Bamtord, lieutenant: Bartley Caw
ley Bryce Fcaster, John T. Sheppard and Thos.
W re, laddermen.
Engine Company No. 13 Martin Kinlby, cap
tain; J. E. Figley. lieutenant; James McFad
den, engineer; William McDowell, stoker: John
Patterson and George Cain, drivers) James
Tant, Thomas G. Pritchard and John O. Lytle,
Engine Company No. 14 LeonardPSraith,
captain; William W. Evans, lieutcnanlsHenry
Coates, engineer; Patrick Sullivan.ostoker;
David Hunter and William Conner, irlvers;
Henry Crow ana George Barnes, tiSemen.
Truck D William A Scbuck, licienant;
Jeremiah Sullivan, driver; William X Len
harr, Thomas Fierst, Andrew Burns ifcd Ed
ward R. Moffitt, laddermen. J
Engine Company No. 16 Fhllip JfcGuire,
cantain: John Phillins. lientenant: William
Michaels, engineer; William McGarvey, stoker;
Georce Cramer and James Youncldrivers;
George McClelland, Elmer Croco andlMichaei
Engine Company No. 16 David Mitchell,
captain; George H. Anderson, lieutenant; R.
J. Cnpules, engineer; Lutellas Richard!, stoker:
James H. McAleese and Fred S. Beckert,
drivers; John E. Kennedy and Peter Wilkin
Engine Company No. 17 John L. Garrow,
captain: William Simpson, lieutenant; John
Baker, Joseph Sees and Henry J. Datz, hose
men. Everett Piano Club
Certificate No. 15, held by Miss Ella Col
lins, 148 Thirty-ninth street, Pittsburg, will
receive an elegant cabinet grand upright
piano this week on payments of 51 per week.
We are now delivering one piano each week
to our members on $1 weekly payments.
This club, or co-operative svstem, enables
us to save our members 575 in the price of
the piano, as we have enough members to
make up the price of the piano in cash each
week. It also gives us a guaranteed sale for
350 pianos, and by contracting lor the laree
number we get immense discounts from the
prices paid by other dealers who buy in
small quantities. The plan also provides
ior tbe immediate delivery of pianos to pur
chasers for cash or on the regular installment
planof?25 cash and $10 monthly. Our
membership is almost complete. If you
want one of the finest pianos made, at the
lowest possible price and easiest payments
ever offered, call and see us or send for cir
cular at once. Alex. Ross, Manager,
137 Federal street, Allegheny.
Till ton to the Exposition All or Too
Without exception, are invited to call at
our Penn avenue stores and see the largest
display of silks and dress goods and ladies'
and children's outfitting. We sell you the
best goods and at fair prices, but call and
see our store, buy or no buy.
Jos. Ho'kne & Co.'s
Fenn Avenue Stores.
Fo"B nervous indigestion use Klein's
"Silver Age." It will help you. irwtf
Use "Una" floury finest spring patent in
the tforld. "Golden Wedding" the best of
bread flours. "Duquesne" has no equal as
a pastry flour. Horning's "Ivory," gem 6f
all family flours.
81. Until October. 81.
Mothers, bring children to Aufrecht's
"Elite gallery, 616 Market street, Pittsburg.
Use elevator. Cabinets $1 per dozen, rjroof
It is'absolutely pure.
M&'Dirplay advertisements one dollar per
square or one insertion. Classified advertise
ments OTV thitpage such as Wanted, For Sale,
2b Let, et&, ten ccntt per line for each inser
tion, and none taken or leu than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of tho
public, Branoh 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 account! tvIUiTHbDIS-PATCIL-
THOMA8 STCOAFFKEY, 3509 Butler street.
EMIL O. STUCK EY, Zlth street and l'enn ave.
E. G. BTUCKEYACO., Wylleave. andFultonst.
H. bTOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
3, W. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTEK & SHEIBLEK, Sth av. & AlWOOd It.
JACOB SFOHN. KctZCarson street,
H. A'. DUNALDS01, 1707 Carson street
A. J, JCAKRCHEM,.59 Federal street.
H. J. McBBIUE. Market House, Allegheny.
FBED H. EGGEltii 17! Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS&80N, Ohio and Chestnut M.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jacksonttreets.
THOMAS McHEMRY, Westeraand IrWlnaves.
&. W. HUGHE3. Pennsylvania and Beaveraves.
I'EKKY M. GLEIM. Kebecca and Allegheny aves.
i! M1LLVALE BOUOUQH.
W. W..FLQCEEE. Stationer. No. 4 Grant ave.
.TiTANTEO-A .MILLTVR1GHT-AT G. & 3.
j V EIESECK, Agertts, Sixteenth et. SC30-17
ANTED AN EXFEKIENCED KAKM
IVV hand. Inquire STALL NO. 72, Allegheny
fTANTED-A GOOD BAKUEB
I W ATELY at No. 12 Carson St.,
rT7-ANTD-ONE GOOD BELL BOY FKOM
!, VV 14 to 16 yenrsold at BOLEY3 HOTEL. St
to 33 Diamond, city.
WANTKD-AHUNDRED MEN AT IRWIN.
T f Knllft wAa nrnul n TV fllFthaf
Information apply at THE WORK." se29-9
TTT ANTED - ACTIVE AND ENEKGETIO
V portrait canvassers; a rare chance. Call at
once at 82 OHIO hT., Allegheny City. SC29-13
WANTED-KIRST-CLASS PLUMBER AND
jras Utter. Inquire Monday, beptember 30,
of A. W. McGAHAN, 502 Fifth avenue. seS)-S3
TTTANTED-AT ONOE-20 BTONE MASONS
VV and 10 laborers. Apply at BUILDING,
Grant avenue, near Union bridge, Allegheny.
TT7"ANTED-STONEOUTTERS AND MAriONS.
VV Apply at once at CORNER AMBERSON
AVEN UE AND 'WESTMlNSTEESTKEET.bbady-
sldc; no strike.
r TTTANTED IMMEDIATELY - TWO JEW
i VV ELR.Y salesmen and two watchmakers;
nothing but experlenretf men with cltv reference
need apply. M. J. SM1T, 311 Smlthfleld St.
WANTED HOLDERS POB DRY AND
green sand work; none but sober and com
petent men need apply, at office LEECHBURG
FOUNDRY AND MACHINECO., 1W First ave.
WANTED-GENTLEMEN WHO DESIRE A
wife or a lively correspondent to send their
address and stamp to THEAMEltlCAN CORRE-
, Box 642, Clarksburg, W. Ya.
TTT ANTED-A MAN OK ENERQY LOCATED
VV outside large cities, to represent an old
established house In bis State: salary about 73 per
month: references. MANUFACTURER. Lock
Box 1810, N. Y. OC7-43-M
WANTED-20 LABORERS FOR FACTORY,
SO laborers rorplDe line, 100 railroad labor
ers, 10 laborers lor stone quarrv, farm and garden
ers at 640 Grant street. AUG. P. QE1SLEK,
General Agent. se30-12
W ANTED-A l'KACTICAL ROLLING MILL
man with ?10,000 to Invest In and take
charge of a Southern enterprise with a well es
tablished trade: object, Improvement of plant.
Address W. H., JJlsnatch office. i se29-12
WANTED-AG ENTS TO SELL OUR ELE
GANT albums on easy payments; these
albums are tbe finest in tbe city, and you can
make big money selling them. E. GATELY &
CO., 25 Federal St., Allegheny, Pa. sf U-83
WANTED-AQENTS AND CANVASSERS TO
control i,ale of I he Taylor 1'atent Adjusta
ble Ladles1 sboe:200 agents atworfc In New En
gland, New YorK and Ohio, average 333 per week.
TAYLOR ADJUSTABLE SHOE PARLOR. Room
2, No. 616 Penn ave., Pittsburg, Pa. se-59
TTTANTED-SALESMEN AT 75 PER MONTH
VV salarv and expenses, to sell a line ofsilver-
plated ware, watches, etc.; by sample only; horse
and team furnished free; write at once for full
Btrtlculars and sample case of goods free, STAN
ABD blLVEEWAKE CO., Boston, Alass
WANTED FIRST-CLASS COOK AND
chambermaid at 112 bHEFFIELU ST.,
WANTED-CHAMBEUUA1D AND COOK:
must have reference. Inquire southwest
corner of CRAIG AND CENTER AVE. e30-27
WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
WORK; small family; good place Ifor a
good girl. Apply at 233 MEYKAN AVE.,OaUsnd.
W ANTED-A LADY BOOKKEEPER-jONE
who Is able to purchase an Interest Ji the
business preferred. Address for one week, BOOK
KEEPER, Dispatch office, stating age, giving
name la full and stating where an Interview can
be had. serfn
DTnlo nnd Female ITeln.
-TTTANTED-AT ONCfc-3 WAITRESSES, 63 60
V V per week, laundress, 60 cooks, chambermaids,
100 houss girls, pantry girls and sewing girl.
MEEHAN'S, US Grant st. self D
WANTED - HOUSEKEEPER, CHAMBER
MAIDS, cooks, dining room girls, htuse-
giris, uerman ana coiorea gins, coot ana cnam.
ermald for same family, farm hands. MiU. E
THOMPSON, 60S Grant st, cel9-uib8
WANTED-POSITION BY STENOGRAPHER
competent and experienced: highest rarer
ences from present employer. Address H.i S
43)3 Fifth ave. se29-13
WANTED-SITUATION BY A SMART, AC
TIVE young man having five yearsVx
perlenceina drygoods store; not afraid to work.
Apply DRYGOODS, Postofflce, East Liberty.
TTTANTED-MORTGAGE3 0N (jrry pkoP-
VV EBTY, over 14,000; i Der cent; no tax,
HENRY A. WEAVER & CO., 82 Fourth avenue.
:and small amounts at 4. Sand 6
VV In large and small amounts at 4j
per cent, free of State tax; no delay. REED B.
COYLE CO., 131 Fourth ave. mvZl-60
WANTED -MORTGAGES IN LARGE OR
small amounts on Pittsburg, Allegheny or
&uuuruau uuuiuvcu real esuiia a
ALKXAN DEK & LEE, 313 Wood St.
real estate at lowest rates.
WANTED-TO LOAN 850,000. ON MORT
GAGES In amounts to suit, ln'clty or coun
try, at 4K to 6 per cent, as to security; no delay.
SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO., 89 Fourth ave.
WAHTED TO LOAN So0O,0CC IN AMOUNTS
of (3,000 and upward, on city and snburban
property, on i per cent, free or tax: also smaller
amounts at Sand 6 per cent. BLACK S. BAIRD,
85 Fourth avenue. sc21-dJS-D
'TTTANTED MOKTG AG ES-fl, 000, OOOTO LOAN
bON, 105 Fourth avenue,
-TTTANTED-TO 1.0AN 1200,000 ON MORT-
TV UAbE3;sioo and upward at 6 per cent;
(500,000 at 4)4 per cent on residences or business
propexry; also in aajoining
counties. S. H.
125 Foarth avenue.
-TTTANTED-FARMERS TO BRING FALLEN
T T apples suiiaoie ior ciuer vinegar to 170 Sec
ondave. H. J. HEINZ CO.
WANTED - FARMERS WILL RECEIVE
casta for apples suitable for apple butter at
163 and 170 Second ave. H. J. HEIN Z CO.
WANTED-HIGHEST SPOT CASH PRICES
paid for second-hand furniture, carnets and
household goods of all kinds. 1211 FEN N AVE
-TTTANTED TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEJI-
VV BEES to secure a line gold watch for each
one In the club at 1 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX 601, and I will call and snow you the watch.
WAVXED-PERSONS TO KNOW THAT BY
agreeing to pay fl per week you can get
tossesslon of fine gold or silver watches, clocks,
ewelry, diamonds, silver ware, etc. J. M1TSCH.
30 Federal st., Allegheny. Pa. seia-Mwrsn
TTTANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
VV TOGBAPHER, 88 Fifth aTenue. PUUbure.
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody Jo
know that be is making fine cabinets at 1 CO per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous process. mhi3-63
wanting bricklayers and Journeymen brick
layers wanting work can have their wants regis
tered free of charge at the headquarters of the
INDUSTRIAL MUTUAL BENEFIT ASSOCIA
TION, 83 Fourth ave., first noor. front oiace.
Open until 9 r. m. Sat. sc30-3-iwrsn
I have In my possession one red and one
:k cow. Owner will please call for same
ana pay expenses oi xeepinjr.
Craiton, Allegheny CO., Pa, ,
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL, ESTATE.
FOR SALE-WYLIE AVE., N EAR DAVfS ST.,
2-story and mansard brick dwelling 7 rooms,
bath, etc; a very neat home, la good condition:
lot 23x100. J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond St. se29-90
FOB SAUE-WEBSTER-AVE.. NEAR LOGAN
St., large lot running from Webster to Wil
son St., with good 6-room dwelling fronting on
Wilson; a bargain. J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond
Bt. - se29-99
iu a . m vw . t r iiimitumui UiTTi Uff K.
J? . LHJ school, nearly now2-tory and mansard
fraiie dwelling, 10 rooms, both gases, marble-mantels
etc. ; price less than the cost of building; lot
J. V. Jfc.lUl4l, Ii UUU1UUU Bk. b-v-w.
TPOR8ALE-ATA BAHGA1N-A COMPLETE,
E new, modern styled brick house, 9 rooms, well
nnunea and conveniencea; lot soxiw teei, ; xiceu,
near Miller st., Eleventh ward. For terms seoW.
A. HEBRON A SONS, 80 Foarth ave.
FOR 8ALE VICKROYST.. NEAR PRIDE,
STORY Brick dwelling of 8 rooms; also In the
rear double 2-story brick of 3 rooms eacbtboth
;asos:all renting at (40 per month: price, HOOD;
ot 23x120. J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond St.
FOR SALE-CLAKK STREET. NEAR CRAW
FORD, an elegant 2-story brick dwelling 10
rooms, bath, hot and cold water, Inside w. c,
marble mantels; everything first-class: pricelow:
lot 20X120 to street. J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond
dwellmr. 8 rooms, halt vestibule, bath. In
side w. c. and stationary w.s., range, h. and c
water: lot 30x120; only 1 minute's walk to Second
Avenuo Electric Street Railway, or 5 minutes'
walk to 15. 4 O. K. R. station: price low; terms,
1500 casb, balance 8300 annually. SAMUEL W.
BLACK & CO. , 99 Fourth ave. se23-33-llwys
Enat End Residences.
TjIOR SALE -ON VERY EASY TERMS, AT
X nhadyside neat new house, 6 rooms, attic.
tiafh i.af.o nil ffa, A.tnH, hftt anH iM.r,tli
"-" ""rr ; "v --.jr;j r. wr rir.T...X. r.w.zrz
lot wxiau ll. ; ior uw.
HEBRON A SONS,
80 Fourth avenue.
FO R S 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 house
wired for electric lights, plate glass windows,
electric bells, good sewerage, street paved with
asphaltum and paid for. beautiful shade trees In
front of house, a lew minutes from cable cars;
price (6,500; a moderate cash payment and bal
ance long time: Immediate possession. SAMUEL
"W. BLACK 4 CO., 99 Fourth avo. SC6-4-D
TJIOR 8ALE-NO. 214 LACOCK STREET, ALLE
JD, UHEN Y (near bandusky st.)-lot 21X100 ft. ; 2
good houses, one in front, one In rear; all renting
for 54 per mo. ; price low. W. A. HERRON &
BON 8, 80 Fourth avenue. se25-50-MWT
FOR SALE-THREE BRICK RESIDENCES,
near parks and on line of street cars, Alle
gheny; one has 10 rooms, bath, lavatory, natural
gas and replete throughout with all modern re
quirements: tbe other two houses have 6 rooms,
gas, water, etc, and are ail In pice order; proper
ties almost new: to be sold now on account of
owner leaving the city, Particulars from JAS.
W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
TJtt)R SALE-ON THE PREMISES. AT CON
JTJ TINOATION of Benton avenue. Eleventh
ward, Allegheny, near proposed electric road, via
California avenue at auction, at 2 o'clock P.
Ji.lThursdaj, Octobers, a large lot containing 1)4
acres, with frame dwelling of 9 rooms, stable,
carriage house, variety of fruits, etc: overlook
ingBellevue and Ohfo river. Particulars from
ALEXANDERS LEE, Auctioneers, 313 Wood St.
T.IL. BBATT, BEN J. BBATT, Executors.
1 Suburban Residences.
170K 8ALE-AT SEWICKLEY-3 ACRES OF
si ground, with dwelling 5 rooms; very deslra-
dit locaien on uopkias St. w .
SUNS, 80 Fourth aTe.
A. HERRON &
IJIOR SALE-AT EDGEWOOD. P. B. R., ONE
AS acre of ground, with fine dwelling, 15 rooms,
elegantly finished; fruit and ornamental trees.
Fox Information see AV. A. -HEBRON & SONS. 80
Fourth avenue. sel9-38-ThH
FOR SALE LOTS.
'OR HALE-A NICE LEVEL LOT ON BUT-
I.EKstrppt. within tpn mlnntn wait- nfoahln
line and P. R. R.. for 1250: on easv navmenta.
,LON BROTHERS, 6349 Station street, E. E.
East End Lots.
T?0R BALE A FEW CHOICE BUILDING
If lots on Fifth ave, near Craft ave., Oakland,
at 8110 per foot front. BLACK k. BAIRD, 85
arm ave. aens-ai-i3,H,i7,i9,2i.23.25,Z7.30
: NEH lot 60x120 feet on Rinnevfnavodland
bt. Clair sts,, at (70 per foot front. MELLON
LR0THER3, C319 Station St., E. E. se29-3S
street (a. 60 foot streetl. nlr-lv Inrnt ml
convenient to P. R. R, for r7M; on easy payments.
1ELLON BROTHERS, 6349 Station street, E. E.
FOR SALE-MY'NEW VILLA. PARK PLAN
of lots are selling rapidly: lots 40x150 for 75:
Brushton station; no city taxes; decide quick If
you want ono at present prices, JOHN F BAX
TER, Agent. scB-78-iod
FOR SALE-HERRON HILL PARK LOTS, 40x
100 feet: now Is the time to buyr the comple
tion of tbe Wylte ave. cable road will enhance
prices: call at the office for colored plan; BLACK
& BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. s-63
FOR SALE-EAST END LO?S-WMAN&Kiii"
desirably located, and within reach of V.R.
B. and Fifth aye cable road, commsndng.a
magnlflcentvlew: easy terms. BLACK & BnfjD,
95 Fourth ave. 3A-210C. '
eeS-72-9, 1 1, 13, 17, 1 9, 21, 23, 25, 27, SO
FOB SALE-40 AND 50 FEET FRONT AND 100
to 150 feet deep, on Ncgley and Center aves.,
Amber, bt. Clair, Euclid and Baum sts.. In the
Baum Grove plan; are reached by 44 trains each
way and two cable lines. MELLON BROS.. East
End. or JOHN F, BAXTER, 512 Smltbfleld it.
T?OR SALE-A FINE LOT ON FIFTH AVE
V NUE, near Bellefleld Presbyterian Church
and the Lloyd property: size 50x150 feet; one of
the best and most eligible iota on the avenue:
price only K, 000, subject to a 43 years' lease: great'
bargain. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth
avenue. Pittsburg. se27-96-D
TTVJR SALE-A DELIGHTFUL EAST END
J? residence piare Just lala out In lots 40x135
road, and within one (1) minute's walk ojr new
Fifth ave. station, P. RR.; city Improvements
and conveniences; reasonable prices and terms.
BLACK 4 BAIHD, 95 Fourth ave.
T7K)R SA.LE-HERRON HILL PARK LOTS, 40x
JP 100 feet: Just opened to. the public; tne Wylle
ave. cable road within 5 minutes walk, and only
15 minutes ride from nostoffice: all cltv conven
iences; pare alrjmagnificentvlewof the country
for miles; low prices and easy terms will be given
to all who build at once: call at the office for col
ored plan of this beautiful place. BLACK &
BAIRD, 85 Foarth ave. se22-3
Glen wood Lota.
T7I0R SALE-LOIS AT GLKNWOOD, NEAR
I tne station: graded streets, sidewalks, ell;
water, houses and lots lor sale. 11.350. 11,750. Si
ten per cent cash, balance on monthlv navmenta
Second Aye. Electric Railway will pass in front of
these lots; B. & O. Railroad fare monthly tickets,
5K cents per trip: 12 minutes from Smfthfleld St.
GEOKGEC. BURG WIN, 150 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE CHOICE LOTS JS THE BLAIR
estate, within S to 5 minutes' walk of Hazel
wood and Ulenwood 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 line now building: 10 minutes by the B. 4 0.
It. R. from the new depot: all express trains stop:
monthly tickets, fare 5S cents: prices f 125 to tl,0CO:
10 per cent cash, ba ance long time: monthly pay
ments lr desired. SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO.,
90 Fourth ave. sel8-4S-l
FOR SALE-NUNNERY HILL LOTS-THE
lots In the Heodersoa plan. Nunnery" Hill,
Twelfth ward. Allegheny, are going off very sat
isfactorily; we are securing good buyers who
will be desirable residents: a few lots still forsale,
A.LEGGATEASODI, 31Federal St., Allegheny.
terms easy. GEO.
WOOD PARK LOTS:
S. MARTIN A CO., 105
FOR SALE-A SMALL FARM OF ABOUT 40
acres, onlv 1 mile irom railroad station and
convenient to the citv, for onlv fl500; a bargain.
JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue,
FOR SALE-FARM-200 ACRES WITH NEW
frame house and barn, rich soil, fine timber,
good sprlnes: suited lor stock, grain or dairy;
near station; would exchange for city property.
ED. WITTISH, 410 Grant sf.. Pittsburg, Pa.
FOR SALE-FARM OF 70 ACRES CHOICE
land, on which is erected a two-story frame
house ot 8 rooms and tenant house of 3 rooms and
kitchen, good bank barn 36x52 feet; good orchard;
well watered: this farm Is situated on the Alle
gheny and Butler plank road 11 miles from Alle
gheny City, H mile from P. 4 W. R. R. Inquire
of JOHN MCCASLIN on the premises or rAM
UEL WALLACE, 129 Filth ave, Pittsburg, Pa.
FOR BALE-LOTS AND DWELLINGS IN
all parts of tha two cities: call at office and
get our new catalogue of properties for sale, with
colored pi in of lots lust out and free to all upon
application. BLACK A BAIRD. 95 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-COR. WYL1E AVENUE AND
Hlirh St., fine business property, lot 25x70 ft.:
SSTyZ1"? Jt0d rent. W. A. HERRON
SON S, 8u Fourth ave , sel9-3S-TSU
FOB8ALE-IN VESTMENT-FIFTH AVENUE,
near Stevenson St., one of tbe most desirable
buildings in that locality, bringing rent sufficient
to be considered a good investment; lot 21x89. J.
C. REILLY, 77 Diamond st. se23-80
T?OE SALE-AT FORTY-THIRD ST., ONE
J- oftbe most desirable manufacturing sites in
Liwrencevllle; river and railroad fronts; price
I"7 reasonable. W.A. HEBRON ft SONS. 60
Fourth avenue sei2-36-iiih
FOR SALE BBSINBSB.
FOR BALE-GROCERY, WITH EXTENSIVE
cash trade: one of the nicest and cleanest
stocks in State; finest room, and In best location;
invoice (2,600: a very rare opening. C H. FOL
BOM,Llma,0. 8 K5B-30
FOR SALE - DRDGSTORE-DAILY CASH
sales about (20; finest corner drug room In
this fast-growing city; nice fresh stock; Invoice;
(2,000; best opening In State. Address O. H.
FOLSOM, Lima, O. SC39-3)
FOR SALE-A SMALL CORNER GROCERY IN
Allegheny; excellent stand, an old established
business and good plant fordoing a cash trade:
stock worth about ILSOO. JAH.IV. DRAPE ft
, CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. se2S-60-
FOR SALE -HOTEL FURN1TDBE AND
lease; tome 45 rooms nicely furnished, In
fine brick building; splendid location; near court
house; long lease and cheap rent; price (2,500;
house full all of the time; bargain, C. H. FOL
SOM, Lima, O. se29-20
FOR SALE-A HOUSE FURNISHING AND
tin store In a prosperous manufacturing town
on line of railroad; a first-class business and
making money; best stand lu the town; satisfac
tory reasons for selling. Particulars from JAS.
W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-ONE OF THE LARGEST AND
best retail prnrerr itnrps In hr of thft cltv?
will Invoice about (9,000. Also smaller grocery.
siures in gooa locations in tue two cities, oaxenes,
drugstores, drygoods and notion stores, feed
store confectioneries, restaurants, boarding
houses and other business chances: free particu
lars. BHEPARDftCO.,54Flfthave. se!7
FOR SALE-1N THE
Western Pennsylvania the stock and fixtures
of the New York Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
Goods Kon. lnpfttpd At 1S5 Fifth a.vfmnA. Sln-
Keesport, Fa.; can reduce stock to (2.000; posses
sion given at once.with a long lease; this is s rare
chance; no better location In the city. Inquire at
135 Fifth avenue, McKeesport. F, S. GLEASON.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock. fcc
FOR SALE-A GOOD YOUNG FAMLLY
horse; will also setl carriage and harness.
Call at 80 FOURTH AVENUE after lOo'clock a. M.
Machinery ana metal!.
FOR SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS NW
..'!.d refitted: repairing promptly attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY ANDMACHINECO..LIM.,
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulo-29
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles kept In stock, from
4 to 100 h. p.; all refitted; good as new, at fowest
Prices: mounted portable engines, 8 to 25 h. p.
SMSParfcway. J. S. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa.
FOR SALE - HOISTING ENGINES, NEW
. and second hand: wire and manllla rnne. di-r.
aH .,..- ,.!. ...- . .r .
PEK30AL-MALTBY'S OYSTER DEPOT,
late 76 Fifth avenue, removed to 641 Smith-
neia street; tresn oysters received daily; orders,'
fUled at lowest prices. J. B. HEMMJCELE, Mgr?
PERSONAL-BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
New and old.'anclentand Kouern. standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientlflc-30.000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 800
Liberty st. auS-93
PERSONAL HIS LOVE
. TURNED; recently they
TURNED; rprpntlvthnv ii nnthun fh.i
best or terms owlnrtn . lit
in. -; - r i". " : "- ""-"-y "
ue.i.ui terms owing to a little family Jar occa.
stoned by tbe wife Insisting on being allowed to
renovate his wearing apparel, and which, ot
course, was done in a bungling manner; In order
to prevent the trouble they agreed to sendaU
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor, 65
Firth ave., corner Wood st., second floor, and
now everything is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns In their household. Telephone 1558.
X OST-IN ALLEGHENY, A SKYE TERRIER
XJ bltcb, had bangs cut, ears clipped and short
tall; answers to name or 'Rags." Suitable re
ward paid If left at NO. 45 IRWIN AVENUE,
LOST-OR STOLEN-IN OAKLAND - A
pure wbltelox terrier: height, IS Inches; a
little black spot on ear; registered collar. Any
Serson returning the above to F. T. MOORHEAD,
o.24 Lincoln avenue, Allegheny, will be re
1-OST-K, 000 REWARD-ON OR ABOUT JUNE
J 23, 1886, there were lost or stolen from tbe
United States registered maU pouch for St. Louts,
between Pittsburg and Indianapolis, 31 Alexander
county, Illinois, bonds, numbers 78, 79, 80, 89, 90,
SI, K, 93, 94, 95, 50, 66, 67, 68. 69, 70, 71. 72, 73, 74,
75. 76, 77, 78. 79. 80, 81, 82, 83, 84. 85. 86, 87, 88. with
a lot of past due coupons attached. These bonds
were addressed to A. J. Well ft Co. The above re
ward will be paid and no questions asked tor tbe
return or the bonds and coupons, or f 1,000 reward
will be paid for positive proof that the bond j have
been destroyed. Address all communications to
A. J. WEIL ft CO.. St. Louis, bio. sel3-64-HwT
MEETING-KESIDENT MEMBERS OP
the Loyal Lesion are requested to meet
at the Fire Marshal's office. 81 Fourth avenue,
MONDAY, at 4 o'clock P. x to take action In
reference to death of Companion William R.
Jones. H. A. BREED. Secretary. seSO-25
Office of Asphalt Block Co.,
Fourth and Walnut St..
DIVIDEND-THE DIUECTORS OF THIS
company have thli day declared a divi
dend of TEN (10) PER CENT, payable from
thapronts of the half year, at the office of the
company, September 2o, 1889.
WM. CALHOUN, Secretory.
September 20, 1889. se24-o8
BY HENRY AUCTION CO.-PARLOR,
chamber, office, library and dining room
furniture and carpets; notion1!, fancy goods,
tea, shoes, etc., at auction TUESDAY MORN
ING, October 1, at 10 o'clock, at tbe rooms, No.
311 Market street. Walnut, oak and natural
cherry chamber suits, wardrobes, chiffoniers,
dressing cases, bedsteads, washstands, leather
conch, Bed lounges, easy chairs, fancy rockers,
hair and bosk mattresses, springs, curtains,
shading, wilton velvet, bod; brussels, moquet
and tapestry brussels, hall, room and stair car
carpets, bookcases, cabinets, ball racks, parlor
suits In silk and Sitin tapestry, brocatelle,
plnsbes and hair cloth, china closets, buffets,
side tables, dinner and tea sets, toiletware,
desks, extension tables, sideboards, chairs,
drucgets, rags, pictures, lamps, clocks, dishes,
fancy goods, glassware, shoes, notions; etc., etc.
rrESnv arrtvpirvw an t.i i,,.,!.....
'AFTERNOON and EVENING.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
EDWIN BOOTH. J Merchant
MME. MODJESKA, "j of,
Oct 7 Helen Barry in "Love and liberty,"
MONROE & KIOE IN
MY AUNT BRIDGET.
Oct7-"The Still Alarm."
TTARRIS' THEATER-EVERY AFTER
rl NOON" and evening.
Wilbur opera co. with,susiE ktrwin.
Monday Princess of Trebizonde.
Week October 6 Wilbur Opera Co., in new
TTARRY WILLIAMS ACADEMY-TO-NIGHT.
Matinees Tnesdav, Thursday and Saturday.
KENNEDY'S BRIGHT LIGHTS
VAUDEVILLE CO. se29-22-p
THUMA'S DANCING ACADEMY. NO.
Fourth ave. Members of the National
Association of tho Teachers of Dancing of the
United States, Canada and France. Opening
Tuesday evening, at 7:30. October L Class
every evening, of which three are for begin
ners each week. Ten lesson tickets S3. Chil
dren's opening Saturday afternoon, October 6.
For particulars call at academy. se23-lI-9
T)ROF. BROOKS' DANCING ACADEMY.
X oixm ana Liberty streets, uuues- ana gen
tlemen's class will commence Thursday, Octo
ber 3, at 8 o'clock r. u. Misses' and masters'
class Saturday, October 5, at 3 o'clock. Ladles'
class . (exclusively) Thursday, October 10, at 3
o'clock. Music and full explanation for danc
ing the new military schottlscbe quadrille,
adopted by the American Society of Professors
of Dancing, and tbe Washington Mlnnet and
Gavotte for sale, GO cents a copy. For particu
lars see circulars at music stores. se22-7I
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.
On the beach, with uninrpassed ocean view.
Saltwater batts in bouse.
seS-77-o E. ROBERTS d SONS.'.
rpO LET-MS BEDrpRD AVE.! A S-STOKY
.J- brick dwelling of 5 room, cellar, water, etc:
large yard; fits BLACK ft BAIRD, 96 Fourth ave.
TO LET-NEAT BRICK HOUSES OF 8 TO 9
rooms, centrally located In Seventh and
ft SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. seS-4-MT&S
TO LET-FOR (15 PER MONTE-A COMPLETE
brick house, 8 rooms, latx lmsrevesseflts. 1W
Plymouth St., minutes' from P. O. W. A.
HEREON ft SONS, 89 Fourth ave. se29-9i-XwT
Esut Bad Residenee. '
TO LET-HOUSE OF 14 ROOMS; STABLE
and outbuildings; large grounds; on Negley
avenne. near Penn avenue cable ears. Inqalra of
HENRY ROBERTS,at Oliver ftKobert Wire Co.,
mO LET-2 AND 3ROOM8 IN FINESTPART OF
a. Aiiegnenyuiy: snort cuun
BLACK ft BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
rhenyClty: short Distance from bridge.
10 LET-78 9ABAH ST., NEAR PLEASANT
Valley street ear line, two-storv brick dwell
ing or 7 rooms and hall, natural and artificial gas,
water, etc,! fa BLACK ft BAIRD. 96 Fourth
TO LET-B AVERY ST., TWO-STORY BRICK
dwelling ofelght rooms; large finished attic
nail and vestibule, bathroom and cellar; Inside
w. c. , hot-'and cold water, range: good location:
nearparks; 830. BLACK ft BAIRD, K Fourth ave.
TO LET-OALL AT NO. 72 PAGE STREET.
Allegheny, 3 elegantly furnished rooms,
second floor; bathroom, hot and cold water, both
gasesrpreier no children; rentfSO, or see BLACK
ft BAIRD, 05 Fourth avenue. te28-99
Offices. Dek Room, etc
rpO LET-ALLEGHENY OFF1CEH ON FED
JL EBAL, near bridge; price low. W. A. HEB
RON ft SONS. SO Foarth ave. seU-99-KTh
TO LET-IN THE TJEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING, .75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two of the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be round in the
city; rent, S200and per annum. Including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam beating.
Apply between 10 A. K. andlr. v., or between
2 and 4 f. M. J723-67
mo LET-STOBE OB OFFICE BOOM. WITH
X large vault, suitable for Insurance ofilee or
similar business, In German! Savings Bank
building. No. 419 Wood street: room formerly oc
cupied by Oeorge Belneman as saloon, and now
temporarily occupied by the American Express
Co.: It Is two steps below grade, making first
class basement. Inquire at THE BANK.
-VTOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
JLl partnership lately subsisting between
Paul Bauer and John L. Trezler, of No. 370, 378
and 380 Beaver avenue, Allegheny, under the
firm name of John L. Treiler A Co., has this
day been dissolved by mutual consent. All
debts dne to the said partnership are to ba
paid, and those due from the same dlschareed
at the old stand, where the business will be
Continued by John L. Trezler and T.D.Casey,
under the firm name of John L. Trezler dc Co.,
said T. D. Casey having purchased the interest
of said Paul Bauer In the old Arm, and this day
formed a new partnership with said John Ii
Trezler. PAUL BAUER,
JOHN L. TREXLER.
PI cordially recommend myf riends and former
patrons to tbe new firm. PAUL BAUER.
AXXEaHENT, September 27. 1889. seSS-6
OFFICE OF FIDELITY TITLE AND TRUST CO.
ESTATE OF TIMOTHY BO WE. DECEASED
Notlce Is hereby given that letters of admin
istration on the estate of Timothy Bowe.decea.ed.
late of Pittsburg, Pa., have been granted to the
undersigned, to whom all persons Indebted to
said estate are requested to make Immediate pay
men t,and those baying claims or demandsagalnst
the same will make them known without delay.
FIDELITY TITLE AND TRUST CO., Adminis
trator. DAVID Q. EW1NG, Attorney., seS-l-X
J OHN F. COX, Attorney at Law, 408 Grant st.
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT LET
Ji TERS testamentary on tbe estate of John
Leech, late of Mifflin township, Allegheny
county. Pa-, have been granted to the under
signed, to whom all persons indebted to said
estate are requested to make Immediate pay
ment, and those baying claims against tbe same
should make them known without delav to
WILLIAM A. WILLOUK, Option postofflce,
S. HARVEY THOMPSON Attorney at Law,
96 Diamond street.
E8TATE OP JAMES McCLURG, DE
CEA8ED Notice is hereby given that let
ters testamentary on the estate of James Mo
Clurghave been granted to the undersigned,
to whom all persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment, and
those having claims against tbe same should
make tbem known without delay.
ROBERT YOUNG. I p-.--.
an25K T.McCLTNTOCK. Executors.
TVJOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN"
L1 application will be made to tbe Governor
of Pennsylvania on OCTOBER 15, 188B. by John
W.Haney, E. F.Pearson. James F. Keenan,
H. 8. Toynbee and Edwin S. Carpenter, under
the act of Assembly entitled "An act to pro
vide for the incorporation and regulation of
certain .corporations,'' approved April 20, 1871,
and tbe several supplements thereto, for tbe
charter of an intended corporation to be called
the Pennsylvania Storage Company, the char
acter and object of which is to carry on a gen
eral warehouse and storage business, and for
these purposes to have, possess and enjoy all
tbe rights, benefits and privileges conferred by
said act ot Assembly and supplements thereto.
EDWIN S. CARPENTER. Solicitor.
se233-K 110 Diamond.
VTOTICEI8 HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
XS application will be made to tbe Governor
of Pennsylvania on tho Sth day of October,
1SS9. by William A. Stern. Isaac H. Silverman,
Phillip Silverman, George D. Levy, A. H.
Chadbonrne, William Hazelton 3d and W. A.
Btadelman, under the act of Assembly entitled
"An act to provide for tbe incorporation and
regulation of certain corporations," approved
April 29, 1871, and the supplements thereto, for
the charter of an intended corporation to be
called 'The Equitable Electric Railway Con
struction Company," the character and object
whereof Is the construction of electric railways
and tbe general business of manufacturing,
constructing, furnishing and dealing in all ar
ticles, materials, apparatus, machinery, equip
ments, devices, structures, fixtures, supplies
and appliances needful or designed for- or rela
ting to tbe generation, transmission and utili
zation electricity to or for any useful pur
pose, and for these purposes to have, possess
and enjoy all the rights, benefits ana privileges
of the said act of Assembly and its supple
ments. JOSEPH STADTFELD.
IN THE ORPHANS' COURT OP ALLE
Estate of Isabella W.C. No- ,Bem,rJfmi
Comlngo. deceased, jvaonf
To John' Beckley, of Kaleleh C. H., West
Virginia; Isaac a Beckley. of Hatton. Mis
souri; William G. Beckley, of Aux Vasse, Mis
souri; Alfred Beckley, of Fincastle. Virginia;
Mary IsabeUe Bloss, of "Wayne C. H., West
Virginia: Emma Strickland, or Noble, Illinois;
Robert Beckley, Alfred C. Beckley and Mrs.
Annie D. Parsons, of Spencer, West Virginia;
Neville Beckley, Jr.. of Illinois; Gilbert Lee
Beckley, of East Las Vegas, New Mezico, and
Clarence J. Beckley, of Roanoke. Virginia.
Yon are hereby notified tnat- an inquisition
will be held in pursuance of the above men-
tionea writ oi partition or valuation on the
premises in the Fourteenth ward, Pittsburg,
corner of Center avenue and Craig street, Al
legheny county, Pennsylvania, on Wednesday,
the 23d day of October. A. D. 1889. at 10 o'clocs
A. M., to make partition to and among the
heirs of said deceased in such manner and In
such proportions as by tbe laws of this Com
monwealth is directed, etc., at which time and
place you may attend If yon think proper.
ALEX. JtZ. McCANDLESS, Sheriff
Sheriff's office, Pittsburg, September 27. A.
D. 189. se23-108-M
A No. 84.)
N ORDINANCE-AUTHORIZING THE
grading of Virginia avenne, from Wy
oming street to Kearsarge street. In the Thirty
second ward nt Pittsburg.
Whereas, It appears by tbe petition and
affidavit on file in the office of the Clerk of
Councils that one-third in interest of tbe
owners of property fronting and abutting
npon the said street have petitioned tbe Coun
cils of said city to enact an ordinance for the
grading of tbe same; therefore
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the
cltv of Plttsburir. in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and
enacted by the authority of same, That the
chief of tbe Department of Public Works be
and is hereby authorized and directed to adver
tise in accordance with the acts of Assembly of
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the
ordinances of tbe sale" city of Pittsburg relating
thereto and regulating the same, for proposals
for the gradingof Virginia avenue from Wyom
ing street to Kearsarge street. The contract
therefor to be let In tbe manner directed by
tbe said acts ot Assembly and ordinances: tbe
cost and ezpense of the same to be assessed
and collected in accordance with tbe provisions
of an act of Assembly of the Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania, entitled "An act relating to
streets and sewers in cities of the second
class," approved the 16th day of May, A. D.
Section 2 That any ordinance or part of or
dinance conflicting with the provisions of this
ordinance be and the same is hereby repealed
so far as the same affects this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils
this Sth day of September, A D. 1889.
H. P. FORD, President of Select Council.
Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD, Clerk of Select
Council. GEO. L. HOLLIDAY, President of
Common Council. Attest: GEO. BOOTH,
Clerk of Common Council.
Mayor's Office. September 12. 1889. Approved:
WM.McOALLLN, Mayor. Attest: ROBERT
OSTEBMAIKR, Assistant Mayor's Clerk. x
xvecuraeu m uruinance coot, vol. I, page no,
26th day of September, A. D.M8B. se27-88
Continued on Fifth and . Seventh Pager.
TriaaTaa.faaa I IS Vaa UT 1 HM . -aa".
tV' 1 E" .t.rr! r'Uflf" "sshs
i bwi mniwiwr "a. error" t
1880 Bonlea proooetM. indorsed '
steel 'ptete, ee;. to be opened OeteWt
wm be received af the Bureau of Pre
ana uotnuur, navy Deparuaeat, W;
D. C aattl Bo'cioeJt soon. Oetor
nnbllclv ODted lmssedratetv tberafr i
nith awl deliver, at the Navy Yard. New 1
LLL.VU pOSBOS OI SIt pU.MS.aiHl MWa
of steel bars, fer tbe monitor "Terwr
material K to be nbfeet to the recsdatfM
and conditions as prescribed by tbe Najt
panment, ana pass imiksimtu lnsyoel
tbe btd decided by let. Baak. form at
and speeiseations eaa be ofctaloed ap
oatttm to tbe ComsaudHt of the Harr '
or to the Bureau. The lHparf sat saeevNfl
the right to reject any or an btjs aet mabijJ
advantageous to tbe GovetMMfttv JAtOBl
FULTON, Paymaster Geaetal U. H. An,
PROPOSALS. FOR STBL PLAT
JL. nee is me cotHsrsMnMB at. m
States armored batilo eMn "Taxaa.1
Naw Yard. Portsmouth. Va.Navv
ment, Washington, D. C Aafo t.
Under anthoritv coolerredey the aet
gress, enttuea "An act to lacreais
estaMiMiBesv approved Antra
aututes at Large, pace mo, 1
are bereby invited, and will be
Department until 12 o'clock atxw.
tbe 1st day of October, 1880, at whtfh 1
place tbey will be opened m tbe wiisaip
tending bidders for farnisbhig abets mt
dred and sixty-one (OS) teas (
steel piates. tony l) potmas per i
for use In the coattrocttoa of tat
about two hundred and fortv-stx.
such plates being for the lower staler s
teetive-deck'nlatlBg, and alwMlMrhi
and niteen (iioj tons tor nana
r the antral
layers oi protectwe-aecs:
And lower Lavers of ton af
protective-side plating. Such plates to Wl
nverea at sucn piace or ptaees in
Yard. Portsmouth. Ya.. aa the O
that Yard may designate. DeHreries
mence witnin thirty (av) oays irsea mm
contract, ana to be eomnleted wttbta. i
days from the date thereof. The alaluM
in accordance witn a detailed sea
may ba seen on apnlication to tbe
Con jtrnctloa and KepMr. Navy
All sues pieces to De oi aomestw :
&nri tn bA ftnenntAd onlv after -
testa aa mar be nrmcribed therefor hv t
retarv of the Naw. Pronoeaia ataet ha
in accordance with forma whleh wtH he
nished on application to tbe Bareea m I
structlon and Repair. Jeh proeooat i
accomnanled bv satssfaetorv evidaae 4
bidder is able to furnish aad deliver thi
tailor wmon no bias... jsacfi prepesat
aceompamea oy a certioea eaeesr.
tbe order of the Secretary of tbe Wa
amount equal to Ave tier cent of the
check received from tbe saeeeeeftst .
will be returned: to hiss oa ale
Into a formal ooatraef for the dne I
of the work, and giving bead for the s
satisfactory surety, in a penai warn
twenty-five per cent of tbe amount
out incase Be soauiau to eater or
tract aad to give such bond .wttbta 1
er notice of the acceptance of hie
check aceompaayltur sneb nropei
come the property of tbe United
checks accompanying proposals i
accented will be' returned las
tbe award shall have been made.
relative to tbe dimensions and shaoee
and all other rnformattoa enagattal t '
will be famished on appHeatloa to taw J
of Construction and Repair. Praeoaam
maae in aupucate, ana- laciosea sa
marked "Pronosals for. Steel PI
mored Battle-shin Texas.'" and
the Secretary of the Navy. Navy 1
Washington. D. a The Seeretary
reserves tne ngnt to reject any er a
bis judgment, tbe interests of the 4
may reauire. RI.1
aul3-54-x Secretary ta"1
TiROPOSALS FOR STEEL FO-l
X the construction ot two oratsese.ef
3.000 toss difiDlaceiBeat eaeh. fer ne
States Navy, one of said croieeM (Ne, 7J m
constructed at tha navy yatBreMrJyvlL1
and the other (So. 8) at the navy yard, Faai
mouta, va. xavy ueparneeat; waeaa
D. C September 27, lew. Under aa
conferred by the act of Cooerees
Tjrorjriatlons for the naval serviee. i
September 7, 1888 (Statutes at Large. '
paje 472), sealed proposals are aereoy'i
and will be received at this depertftteat a
o'clock noon oa THURSDAY, lu
aay oi uctoDer, am, ior
ing and deiiverinff the. felfowiaf
and quantities of material at eaeh ot m
yards, for nee in tbe construetiea
cruisers: Class A. steel Platea.-
hundred. aad seveaty-two (8721 Seat tti
plates, 2f to Jb pounds per square 1
is. ADont one nnndred ana au
of steelpiates from to 80 poaads j
loot, uaesu y nearmorea tea 4
steel. 80 pounds per square loot;
ciearinauie, 12 inenea. to oe m oae
3 inches long; weight aboat S.9S0 sk
conning tower, oral shace. sise m i
10 incbes high, of wrought steel M
per square loot; weigat aooac syiee
One toD to connine tower of. i
steel plate of 60 pounds per sqaaie
the eage to do nangea qowb aoeat s J
shape of oenniDe tower: weiest
Bounds. Oae shield or guard olate to t
wrought steel plate ot 80 pounds aers
foot: weight about 4,480 pounds. Onetepl
over eutraucv extending irom vaiew se i
oi wrought steei piate oi t poanas aer i
foot: weight about LOW pouads. la ai,i
ten (10) tons. Class D-Steel Shapes i
one hundred and six (1381 tons of steal a
of virions sizes: about afty-sii () toad
steei angle ana i-ouio oeaau, wiia 1
vatnre, from 15to3o pounds per Joet;
thirty-eizbt (ft) tons of steel 2-h
tounoundSDerfoot. Class S-Staeii
About seventy (70) tons steel rivets trow j
to 1V4 incn uiameter. joaar ateeu
About eighty-three (83) tons of steei
various shapes, stem, stern poet,ratMer 1
shaft tubes, shaft struts; bawie araes,
etc. Tbe tons of material herein eaiiad ar',1
be of 2,240 pounds each. All said wnliiij I
be of such detailed aimenMoas, i
shapes as may be required In thee
of the vessels, aad to be denvered at
place or places ih tbe said navyyartsis ;
Deaesignatea oyiae respective eoaassM
thereof. Deliveries to commence withia 1
(30) days from the date of contract, and tol
compietea witnin six. ii monuia Horn. :
aate. ine materuu ro oe.aeuverea pro
in accordance witb a detailed sei
prepared by tbe Naval, Ceeetreetor,
said navy yards, respectively, aad la
order required to carry on the work to Use 1
interests of the Government. AJB materia
be oi aomestic manuiaetnre, and to he a-J
cepted only after passing such leeesastaayHj
prescribed therefor by tbe Seeretary of tidt
Navy. Proposals must be made soaaratetr far!
the material for each vessel. In amerdaaaaVl
with forms which will be furnished oa aaaUea""?
tion to tne xsnreaa ox 1 rr)T. niatL
and any one or more of '- -' rn ilnrtf nnVaM. "
may be embraced in tbe same proposal, MttwV
oia ior a portion oi any ctara win pa eoatleTi L
ered. Each proposal, must be accompanied tsr
satisfactory evidence that the MdtMrl
is aoie to inrniaa ana aenver the bmh
terial for which he bids: also, bv a car -Minis
check, payable to the order of the Seeretary et I
the Navy,f or an amount equal to 5 per eetH.et I
tne oia. inecnecxreceiveaireBthesw
f ul bidder will be returned to him on Ma t
lng into a formal contract for the dne perform-
wim iud wunk uu giTuis dodu ior use aasna,
with satisfactory surety, in a penal sum. eaaalf
w jo per cent o. .ne amount oi nis Dtd: MK la
case be shall fall to eater into saea eeaOaati
and to give such bond within 20 days after ae-l
tlce of tbe acceptance ol his propeeaL the'
cnecK accompanying sucn proposal shatt
come tne property oi tne United
All checks accompanying proposals
m no. accepteu wiu oe !
immediately after tbe award
have been made. Information relative to
dimensions and Shanes of material, aad
other information essential to bidders. vrS
jurnisuea on personal application to tee
ot construction ana repair, .NavyDeaa
Proposals must be made in duplicate,
closed In envelones marked "PmniuU
for U. a a Crnber (No. "i. and adareaied.to
me Decretory oi toe avy, xavy irnjiiilasiii
Washington. I). C. Each elate of materiasaw
be bid for separately, and the Secretary e 1
Navy reserves, tbe rfgnt to reieet aatr ar i
bids, or tbe bids oa any class or etaeses, a," fi
nis icdzmeut. tbe Interests of the " '
may require. B. F. TRACY. Seeretary efTilt
, FOR RENT.
Second Story Front Room
aaaaTTtT U Kaaaaat '
The most desirable and convenient etsWe
rooms in tbe city; containing large BrearaeCl
vault, steam heat, and natural rx beartti as 1
ant Rent reasonable.
se2e8-arwT 91 and 98 FIIUi aretl
a 13-. L1NKENHE1MEK,
B45 8mlthneld street, Pittsburg, Pa. FretaetH
r rBimaomiQing. seconq noor. flanas ee-KWqp J
, S. HAMILTON,
Rl AND 96 FIFTH AVENUK, "
Pitttborg. Pa. atam-ai;
GJEO. JCSrBVBNSON 4COl &,
SIXTH AYBNUS. . iaW