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THE PITTSBURG' DISPATCH FRIDAY, OCTOBER "25, 188a
ADMITTED HIS GUILT.
J. H. Bolrtis Breaks Down in the Trial
of the May Sullivan Case.
THE TOUXG GIRL TELLS HER STORY.
The same Jury Will Try Harrington, One
of the Defendants.
HIS LIWIEE'S CHALLENGE EEFUSD
The May Sullivan case, in which it is
claimed a girl under ace -was not treated
properly, came up before Jndffe "White yes
terday morning. The case has created con
siderable excitement, the grand jury hav
ing indicted Jacob H. Bobbs, Florence Don
aldson, "Walter Harrimrton and Laura
Bailey. Bobbs was tried first, and after
iliss Sullivan had occupied the stand half
of the day he pleaded guilty. District At
torney Porter and Clarence Burleigh had
charge of the prosecution, as representatives
of the Department of Public Safety, while
Major E. A. Montooth and "William J.
Brennen represented the defense.
Mr. Burleigh opened for the prosecution,
explaining that under the act of the Penn
sylvania Legislature it was made a feloni
ous offense for a man to hold improper rela
tions toward a girl under 16 years of age.
The only reservation being in case the de
fendant is able to prove the girl to have
borne a bad reputation, and in that case his
offense is not nearly so grave. In the pres
ent case the Commonwealth expected to
prove Bobbs guilty of the serious crime and
also of a misdemeanor, as Bobbs had taken
the girl to a disorderly house.
Mary Sullivan was then called. She
said she was 15 years of age on the 28th of
September. She only got fairly well
started on her testimony when court took a
recess. Bobbs, who had growu very much
excited as the girl talked, walked nervously
out of the courtroom. After dinner Judge
"White waited until nearly 1:30, and Bobbs
Lad not returned. An attachment was
issued and the defendant placed under cus
tody. SHE LIVED KEXT TO BOBBS.
The girl was then recalled and she con
tinued ber testimony. She said she had
gone to Scottdale about a year ago with her
parents. They lived in a house on Pitts
burg street next to Bobbs, and seven or
eight months later she was engaged to live
with Bobbs' family. Bobbs has a wife and
one child and Miss Sullivan was engaged
to do the housework. During the time she
was there about a year and two months
Bobbs brouzht her to Pittsburg twice. The
first time, she explained, was shortly alter
Christmas. She met him here again in the
spring. She had been confined in ttie Home
of the Little Sisters on Troy Hill, but
escaped by climbing over the" fence. She
went to live with a Mrs. Sjyder, on "Water
alley, Allegheny. She telegraphed to
Bobbs to come and take her home. He
replied that he would come the next morn
ing, which he did. "When they left Mrs.
Bnyder's house they were supposed to re
turn to Scottdale, but instead the girl said
they went to the St. James Hotel. There
"were several other visits, including a night
at Pierson's place on "Water street. He
was partly the cause of her going to Minnie
Fleming's house on Second avenue, and
afterwards to Bailey's, where Inspector Mc
Aleese and Superintendent O'Mara found
At this point Attorney Montooth entered
a plea of guilty for the "defense and the case
The case of "Walter Harrington, one of
the other defendants, was then called. Major
Montooth requested the Court to allow the
jury to be called by the voir dire method,
the same as used in calling murder juries.
By this method the jurors are sworn before
entering the box and questioned ato their
opinions, if they have anv, of the case to be
tried. The request was granted, lor the
reason that some of the Bobbs jurymen were
to be called, and it was the desire to guard
against opinions of that case influencing
their minds in the Harrington case Thomas
Maroney, A. E. Montgomery, W. E. Under
coffer, J. C. Dick, J. A. Kirkland, John N.
Smith, J. J. Myer, Cisper Forester, James
Durling and C. C. McClure, all of whom
had been called on the Bobbs jury, were re
called. Attorney Brennen challenged them
THE CHALLENGE BEFtTSED.
Judge "White asked each one of them if
they could dismiss any opinions the former
case might have caused them to form and
impartially try the present case and render
their verdict according to the evidence.
They all replied in the affirmative, and
"t "", oiicr sajiug mat no evidence
had been produced in the Bobbs case that
implicated Harrington, refused to sustain
the challenge for cause, but Attorney Bren
nen challenged all of them but Mr. Kirk
land and Mr. Dnrhng. Morris "W. Mead,
superintendent of the Bureau of Electricity,
was challenged on the ground that he was
connected indirectly with the Department
of Public Safety.
Nearly two hours was consumed before a
jury was secured. Attorney Burleigh then
opened for the prosecution explaining, as in
the previous case, the acts under which the
suit was brought, andstatingthe allegations
by which he expected to prove that Harring
ton had interfered with the happiness of the
Sullivan household; that he had used his
influence by furnishing money to keep Mary
Sullivan away from home and in reach of
himself. Miss Sullivan was then put on
the stand and in substance she said:
"My lather's name is Eeardon. I was
about 5 years old when my mother married
John Sullivan, my present stepfather. I
have been known ever since as Mary Sulli
van. I have known Walter Harrington
ever since we moved to Scottdale. He is
married and has three children. He keens
a restaurant about a square from my home.
-' AS EASY ACQUAINTANCE.
"I met him first at the Opera House iu
Scottdale. I was with Emma Hawthorn.
He sat just in front of us and we talked to
him without having an introduction. The
next time I met him the Hawthorn girl and
I were on a train coming to Greensburg, and
Harrington came along. "We went to the
Dixon House, where we all took dinner
together. After dinner Harrington called
xne up to his room and locked
the door, but I screamed and he
let me out. I next saw Harrington in June.
I had written to him and Bobbs, saying that
my stepfather wanted to know if they had
not been the cause of my leaving home and
ill did not tell I would have to go away
forever. They advised me to leave and
Harrington gave me the address of the
Fleming place on Second avenue, and gave
ine 55at the same time. I telegraphed to
the F'eming woman that I was coming down
and she replied to come on. I did come on
the day following Decoration Day, and the
next day Harrington came to the city. He
took me from Minnie Fleming's house to the
St. Nicholas Hotel where be said he had
two rooms. He said he wanted me to leave
the door of my room open and I did.
At this point Court adjourned until 9:30
It Is very important In this age of vast ma
terial brogress that a remedy be pleasing to tbe
taste and to the eye, easily taken, acceptable
to tbe stomach and healthy in its nature and
effects, possessing these qualities. Syrup of
Figs Is the one perfect laxative and most gentle
diurc tic known.
These Sunshiny Days.
The sun is shining so warmly at times
this fall that a light overcoat light in
both color and texture is an almost indis
pensable adjunct to a fashionable young
man's wardrobe. You can't go wrong, if
you conclude to invest in such a garment,
if you leave your order with A. L. Sailor,
whose mammoth establishment is at Sixth
and Liberty streets. Also, ask to see
J?. & T.SlrpB City beer is unrivaled.
connoisseurs pronounce n so.
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TflE BOTAHICAL" SOCIETY.
Delrtrntes fleeted to Meet Representatives
of Other Scientific Bodies Officers for
The annual meeting of the Botanical So-'
ciety last evening was attended by 25 mem
bers. President Samuel Hamilton occu-
pied the chair. Miss Kate Stoy, of Greens
burg, was a visitor, and displayed for the
edification of the members a large collection
of mounted botanical specimens. Miss
Agnes C. "Way, of Sewictley, was elected
to membership. Treasurer Mellor reported
that one year ago the society had $13 35; it
had collected $207 78, expended $135 21 and
now has 586 89. Unpaid initiation fees of
$26 and unpaid dues of $115 were owing.
President Hamilton said that the roll ought
to be nurtred at least everv two rears.
The following officers for one year were
elected: President, Superintendent "William
Hamilton, of the Allegheny Parks; Vice
President, Prof. J. "W. Caldwell; Recording
Secretary, Miss "Willa Matthews; Corres
ponding'Secretary, Prof. J. G. Ogden; Treas
urer, C. C. Mellor; Executive Committee,
Dr. T. L. Hazzard, John Ferguson, Colonel
Thomas P. Roberts and "W. L. Scaife.
President Hamilton announced that ar
rangements had been made for a meeting of
delegates from the scientific societies of the
city, to be held November 5, to form a fed
eration of their interests, and that the
Botanical Society had been asked to send
delegates. Mr. John D. Shafer moved that
the committee previously appointed to con
sider that matter be made the delegation.
The members of that committee were Mr. S.
Hamilton and Prof. B. H. Patterson. Mr.
J. D. Shafer was added to the number, and
they were constituted the delegates of the
The Treasurer was authorized to purchase
from "W. "W. Cochrans, of Chicago, an orig
inal collection of lungi and lichens, al
though Mr. S. Hamilton vigorously opposed
the project. He said it was a waste of
money, adding: "Our trees and fence cor
ners are full of lichens, and very few of us
know 60 of them."
Messrs. J. D. Shafer, J. W. Caldwell and
C. C. Mellor were appointed a committee to
draw up a form ot charter with a view to
securing the incorporation of the society.
Mr. J. A. Shafer read a long paper on the
herbarium of the Buffalo Society of Natural
Sciences. That collection presented by the
late Judee George "W. Clinton contains 60,
O00 specimens, representing abont 15,000
species. There are many specimens col
lected by the great botanists of America
which bear their autograph labels.
DISHONEST POTATO SELLERS.
Bncollc-Lookinsr Citizens Who Hold Back a
Bushel in Five.
Numerous complaints are being made by
residents of the rural wards, who say that
they jire being swindled by a lot of un
sophisticated looking grangers who sell
potatoes. A tattered straw hat and hair
well sprinkled with hayseed give a bucolic
air of innocence that is irresistible, and the
potatoes are purchased and delivered with
out any check on the measurement. The
average rate at which the public is done up
is about one bnshel in five, and the alleged
grangers prove to be sharpers who get their
tubers from the commission houses, and
beat the city as well as the public, as they
pay no peddlers' or vehicle licenses.
P0ETER NOT READY.
Tbe Hearing in the Lavrrenceville Case
Postponed Until Saturday.
The hearing in the case against Alderman
Porter before Police Jndge Hyndman was
postponed yesterday until Saturday after
noon, November 2.
The informant, Inspector "Whitehouse,
was not quite ready with his case owing to a
large amount of work he had to do on the
Bauder case. Alderman Porter, however,
was the one who asked for a continuance, as
his attorney, Mr. Marshall, expected to be
engaged in the Lee murder trial yesterday.
Alderman Porter entered recognizances for
his appearance on the day decided on for the
A BAD BATCH PENNED.
Six Prisoners From McKean Countr In
ducted as Warden Wright's! Guests.
Sheriff "W. B. Clarke, Sheridan Gortand
and "W. D. Gullupe, of McKean county,
brought six prisoners to the penitentiary
yesterday. Ann Miller, alias "Dutch
Annie " was sentenced to 11 years and 10
monthsforthe murder of "William Hilton;
L. M. Depew (no relation to Chauncey M.)
34 years for horse-stealing; John E. Kovus
5 years and 8 months for attempted murder,
and James Campbell and Gratton "Wilson
each 2 years and 8 months for burglary.
SCATTERED HIS RELATIONS.
20-Yenr-OId George Terry Beat His Moth
er and Tamed Children Oat of Doors.
George Terry was sent to the works for 60
days yesterday, by Magistrate Brush, for
very unfilial conduct toward his mother.
Among other atrocities this precocious
youth of 20 performed, was to beat his old
mother, and then pitch her ont of the house
into the street, after which five of his small
brothers and sisters were treated likewise.
"When he cleaned out the place he locked it
up and then went to bed.
Controller Morrow is engaged in an attemnt
to get Sunday school workers to organize
into a county association and meet quar
terly. Mr. Morrow is also trying to work
up a movement to have the International
Convention of Snnday School "Workers held
in this city next June. He thinks concen
trated effort will accomplish it. The next
local convention of this kind will be held
on ithe 5th of next month at the Second
No Longer In Donbt.
Tt in Tin Inntrpr ft nnpfifinn Tinr on oVtcnlntn
fact that merit is a winner all the time.
Thrust an article of merchandise in the
open market and if it has not the qualities
claimed lor it, it will live but a little while.
Soon, yes very soon, the people will brand
it n. g. Not so, however, with the real
thing, but quite to the contrary. If it is
what it is claimed to be, that same public
will indorse it by continuing its purchases.
So it is with "Klein's Silver Age Bye."
No better indorsement can be obtained than
the continued sale to those who have been
using it for years. Doctors and hospitals
have tried it and are still using it, proof of
which, if wanted, can and will be furnished
aboundingly. Silver Age Bye being the
only displayed whisky at the Exposition is
another proof of its fearless position as a
standard old and reliable stimulant. AVe
do not claim that it cures all diseases, but
we do know that it is an excellent remedv
for many. It is sold everywhere at $1 50
per full quart, "We also keep all the lead
ing Pennsylvania rye whiskies, full quarts,
6 years old, your choice for $1 00 per quart,
or 6 quarts for $5 00. "Wines, brandies and
gins at from 50 cents and upward. All
goods neatly packed and sent anywhere.
Send for price list, or call on Max Klein, 82
Federal street, Allegheny. mwf
Auction Sale of CO Head of Horses
At the Bed Lion Stables, on Saturday, the
26th, at 10 o'clock; 60 head of draught, driv
ing and saddle horses.
A. J. Montgomeet, Prop. Stables.
J. A. McKelvey, Auctioneer.
To My Patrons and the Pnblic
My branch Steamship and Exchange
office, at 639 Smithfield street, is now open
for business. J. J. McCobuice, Agent.
Aviaoitous growth and the original color
given to tbe hair by Parker's Hair Balsam.
Parker's Ginger Tonic the test cough cure.
Heads Permanently Injured
By headache are unnecessary. Coaline head
ache powders enre any case in a few mo
ments. DrnggisU sell them.
Littlo Suffering is Predicted for tbe
Hardy -Coal Diggers.
PLENTY OF W0EK AND FEWER MEN.
A Tery Bright Outlook for the Retail Coal
' Trade This Winter.
MANY FAMILIES LATING IN SUPPLIES
John D. Conway, President of District
No. 6, N". P. U., miners, of Shire Oaks, Pa.,
and John B. Bae, Master Workman of N.
D. A. 135, Knights of Labor, miners, of
Coalmont, Pa., were in the city yesterday
on business connected with the two organi
zations. The latter had jnst returned from
Courtney, where he addressed a large and en
thusiastic meeting of miners on "Wednesday
night. The object of the meeting was to
strengthen the organization in that vicinity
and a number of new members were added
to the Knights of Labor.
President Conway has recently made a
tonr of the coal region, and predicts a pros
perous winter lor the miners. He says a
large number of the miners who were in the
region last winter have left the business and
gone away. This will divide the work
among a less number of men, and there will
be less suffering in consequence.
HEAVI DEMAND FOB COAL.
In sneakin? of the situation he said: "The
lakes will close on November 10, and
until then there will be a heavy de
mand lor railroad coal. Shippers are
clamoring . for cars to get all the
coal they possibly can on the lakes before
navigation closes for the winter. "When
this occurs there will be a slight reaction
and cars will become more plenty. Of
course the demand from the lakes will
cease, but it will be more than made up
from other sources. This will give the
miners plenty of work. Many of them be
came so disgusted with the way the mines
were operated last winte rthat they quit the
"If the natural gas plays out, and there is
a doubt in my mind about the shortage re
ports coming from the officials of the gas
companies, of course tbe miners will be di
rectly benefited. I think the reports were
sent out to keep the miners from leaving the
business in the hope that times 'would be
come better and they would be enabled to
make good wages. The gas rates have been
increased to such an extent that many per
sons quit usinc it and are going back to the
use ot coal. I think there will be consider
able improvement in the condition of the
miner this year over last winter."
NATURAL GAS FBICES EXORBITANT.
A representative of J. M. Bisher & Col,
railroad and river operators, said : "The
Pittsburg retail coal trade will be better
this winter than any year since the natural
gas was introduced. There is more coal sold
out of the yards in this city, and more de
mand for it, than at any time last winter.
The Chartiers Valley Coal Company un
loaded 10,000 bushels, or 20 carloads, last
Saturday and Monday at their yards on the
Pennsylvania Railroad tracks. The coal
men generally expect a larger trade this
winter than they have had for years, and
the miners will reap the benefit of the reac
tion. I do not think there will be mnch of
a decrease in the trade when the lake&close.
"The demand for coal from smalr towns
within a radius of 150 miles, is something
enormous and the price of the product is
not taken into consideration at all. It is
only a question of cars and some manufac
turers would pay anything to get them.
This time last year we couldn't give our
slack away. "We are now getting 35 cents
per ton for it at the works and it is scarce at
that. The slack is used for steaming pur
poses and many manufacturers have become
so disgusted with the action of the natural
gas companies that they have quit taking
the eras and are usinc coal. This is verv
noticeable in Toungstown and that vicin
ity." Talks with the retail dealers developed
the fact that thousands of families have dis
continued the use of gas and are laying in a
winter's supply of coal. The large opera
tors say this will be a busy season for the
ANOTHER HOLDERS' T1CT0RT.
Totten, Hogg- Si Co. Signed the Scale for
Totten, Hogg & Co., founders, corner
Twenty-fourth and Smallman streets, signed
the molders' scale yesterday. This is the
sixth firm in the city to do so, and about
one-third of the strikers have been granted
the advance of 10 per cent.
The firm who signed yesterday employ
about 16 men. Master Workman Bo'ss, of
D. A. 3, stated yesterday that not one of the
circulars sent to the employers asking for
the advance had been returned marked re
fused. A number of the strikers are .contemplat
ing removing from the city. Two have
already gone "West and at the meeting yes
terday 12 others said they would do like
wise. At Yeagle's shop the strikers re
turned yesterday and took away their tools.
Gnn Wo, tbe Chinese Pbyslclan.
Probably every newspaper reader has read
the announcements of the presence in the
city of an educated Chinese physician. It
seems thai under American laws he is not
permitted to practice his profession; hence
he sells a line of prepared Chinese herb and
vegetable remedies for various diseases.
Many people visit him, and marvelous re
ports are circulated by those who have been
benefited, vonching for the efficacy of these
herb medicines. It is undoubtedly true that
Oriental physicians have many strange se
crets of medicines, some of them handed
down from generation to generation for
thousands of years, and entirely unknown to
the doctors of the "West. Bemedies that
shall bring relief to suffering humanity are
a blessing to be thankful for, whether Pagan
or Christian, and the fact that this man's
medicines are purely vegetable and perlect
ly harmless, in any event, warrants afflicted
persons in giving them an honest trial, and
deriving all the benefits possible.
THE AZORES ISLANDS
Rendered Accessible by New Steamboat
It is worthy the notice of winter tourists
who require to leave the harsher climate of
the Northern States of America during the
cold season, that there is a new way of reach
ing the Azores. Steamers of the Anchor
Line leave New Xork for the Mediterranean
by the Southern route almost every two
weeks and as their course takes them within
sight of the "Western Islands, as the Portu
gese term them, the agents have wisely de
termined to make a stop at one or two ot the
principal islands to land passengers. If en
couraged by sufficient patronage this is
likely to be made a regular feature of tbe new
Southern route. Hitherto the only way of
reaching the Azores has been by sailing
barques from Eastern ports. The climate of
the Azores is notably the finest in the world,
being similar to that of Madeira, and re
puted to be more salnbrious than Bermuda.
The Lucky Number 13.
Is "13" a lucky number? "We think it
is, and we're ready to prove it to those who
call at our store to-day and to-morrow. "We
have marked 2,000 superb overcoats and
2,000 handsome tailor-made suits at $13.
The best garments money and skill could
devise are included in our 513 sale. Over
coats and suits which sold from $22 to $30,
for to-day and to-morrow they all go at 13.
No blow nd bluster about any of our state
ments. "We advertise nothing but solid
truths. Call and be convinced. '
P. O. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts.,
opp. the new Court House.
The advantage given by Aufrecht's Elite
Gallerv club tickets offered until November
L Only a few days left.' 616 Market street.
HE RESTS IN DEATH.
James Ford's Funeral Services of on Im
pressive Nntnre Many City Officials
Present Societies Represented.
The funeral services of the late James
Ford, Chief Clerk of the Police Bureau,
took place yesterday at 2 o'clock at his late
residence. Thirty-ninth street. He was sub
sequently1 buried in the Allegheny Ceme
tery. On this revered spot rests many an
old soldier who did battle for his country's
cause, and whose loyalty was demonstrated
amid the glittering sabers of the enemy and
the roar of disunionist guns.
The Kev. Mr. Lynn, pastor of the Thirty
ninth Street Presbyterian Church, con
ducted the , service in the house, and des
canted eloquently upon the virtues of the
dead citizen and patriotic soldier. The choir
sang some appropriate hymns for the oc
casion. The exercises were prolonged, and
it was 3:30 before the coffin was placed in
About 100 police, 30 members of the One
Hundred and Second Pennsylvania Volun
teers, and 60 representatives of the Jr.O.
TJ. A. M., Pulton Council, accompanied
the remains to the grave. The police moved
first under the command of Captain J. A.
Brown. The hearse immediately followed
the procession, and at either side of it three
officers and three members of the One Hun
dred and Second Pennsylvania Volunteers
marched. The obsequies were under the
charge of the American Mechanics, and
were smoothly conducted.
Among the floral tributes sent to the
house were a gates ajar from the Bureau
of Police, another from Pulton Council,
also a large quantity of bouquets from per
sonal friends. The following geritlemen
attended the services: Gamble "Weir, Mag
istrate Brokaw, George Erwin, "W. Luden,
H. Miller, E. Martin, Inspector White
house, Captain Brophy, Captain Brown,
Captain Dan Sylvus, Captain Stewart, In
spector McKelvey, B. Leach, Dr. Sands,
Dr. Fife and Alderman Porter. The pall
bearers were B. Robinson, "W. Shore, "W. J.
Kennedy, for the Fulton Council! and Cap
tain D. A. McFarlane, Captain D. A.
Jones and J. F. Hunt. Mr. "W. F. Kerr
was Marshal for the procession.
Beecitam's Fills cure sick headache.
Peaks' Hoap, the purest and best ever made.
If Not, Say Why Not
Come to the closing-out sale of F. Schoen
thai, 612 Penn avenue, and buy corsets,
gloves and hosiery 25 per cent cheaper than
The pleasahtest and most wholesome
drink is F. & V.'s Pilsner beer.
And stand lamps, in various styles, at the
jewelrv house of Henry Terheyden, 530
Smithfield st HWF
Fine watch repairing, at Hauch's, No.
295 Fifth ave. -wfsu
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT AS
my son, James Darrah. has left his home
without canse. I will not be responsible for any
debts he may contract after this date.
October 23, 18KL oc24-71
ESTATE OF JOS. MARTIN, SR., DE
CEASED Notice is hereby given that
letters testamentary on tbe estate of Jos. Mar
tin, Sr., have been granted to the undersigned,
to whom all persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment, and
tbose having claims against the same should
make them known witnont delay.
MARY PHILOMENA BUERKLE,
OC18-58-F 81 Pike st, Allegheny. Pa.
ESTATE OF MARY L. BURNHAM,
deceased. Notice is hereby given that
letters of administration on the estate of Mrs.
Mary L. Burnbam. deceased, late of the city of
Pittsburg, have been granted to the under
signed, ton bom all persons indebted to said
estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims or demands
against the same will make them known with
out delay. WM. STEINMEYER, care Third
National Bank, Pittsburg, Pa. seZ7-S0-F
IN THE COURT OF QUARTER SESSION
of-AUegbeny county, in the matter of the
application for the transfer of retail license
No. 892, March session, 18S9, by William Mc
Kay to Frank H. Miller for McKay's restaur
ant in the First ward, McKeesport Notice is
hereby given that on FRIDAY, the first day of
November, A. D. 1S89, at 9-20 o'clock A. x., the
application for transfer of retail license No.
W2, March session, 1S89. for tbe building on tbe
corner of Locust and Jerome streets, in the
First ward of the borough of McKeesport,
known as the McKay restaurant, from William
McKay to Frank H. Miller, will be heard by
said court, at which time persons opposing tbe
transfer, as well as the parties above men
tioned, will be heard.
D. K. McGUNNEGLE,
oc2o-56 Clerk of Courts' office.
VTOT1CE TO BOOKBINDERS-SEALED
XN proposals will be received at this office
until 4 o'clock P. JT. TUESDAY, October 29,
1889. for rebinding 41 record dockets, or for fur
nishing the same new. For ptrticulars, specifi
cations, etc., inquire at the office of the County
Commissioners. JOSIAH SPEER,
oc2H3 County Controller.
Office of the President of the "1
Second Ave. Passenger Railway Co., 1
No. 500 Liberty avenue. f
idsforthe'wh6le or any part
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND
FIRST MORTGAGE 5 PER CENT 20-YEAR
Of this company free of tax, will be received
at this office until noon of NOVEMBER L
1SS9. The President reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids.
OC25-89 JAMES D. CALLERY, President
Office of Borough Clerk, J
McKeesport, Pa.. October 22, 1SS9. t
"VTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-SEALED
JL proposals will be received at tbe office of
the Borough Clerk until WEDNESDAY, OCT.
30, 18S9, at i o'clock P. M., for the following
One on Jerome street, from a point near
street car barn west to new brick sewer, of a
diameter of 15 inches and approximate length
One of 18 in. diameter, from north line of
Power's line to center of Thirteenth ave.,
length 200 ft; thence along Thirteenth ave. to
the Yoilgb. river, of a diameter of 24 inches,
Plans and specifications of the above, work
can be seen and blanks for bidding and all in
formation can be had at the Engineer's office
on and after October 25.
Each proposal must be accompanied by a
bond in amonnt to eqnal that of the contract,
and be probated before a Notary; and said pro
posals must be handed in on or before the
above specified time. Unlesssaidrequirements
are strictly carried out tbe Did will not be con
sidered. The Council reserves the right to reject any
or all proposals.
OC22-06 mtuf GEORGE B0S3ART, Clerk.
A description or mention of Daniel Draw
bangh's talking machine or telephone inven
tion was printed in some Pensylvania news
papers at sometime between the years 1870 and
Search has been made in the public libraries
and the newspaper offices of that State forsnch
newspapers. The files of such papers are
in many cases complete, both prior and sobse
qnentto said years, but tho tiles covering tbe
precise period in question have either disap
peared or been mutilated.
The undersigned will pay a reward of 81.000
to tbe person who will bo tho first to place in
their possession a genuine original copy of tbe
newspaper containing such description or men
tion of Daniel Drawbaugh's talking machisjt,
or to tbe ono who first restores the files con
taining such copy to the public library or news
paper office from which tho same was taken.
The undersigned will also pay the sum of
81,000 for the detection and conviction of tbe
person or persons causing said disappearance
or mutilation of said files.
All persons who have old files of Pennsylva
nia newspapers are requested to examino the
same for such publication mado anting the
SEWARD, DACOSTA 4 GUTHRIE,
29 Nassau street, New York City.
Dated, Hew York, October, 1889.
PROF. GEO. GIBSON,
v -Or at f -OC3548
.. MESSRS. KLEBERS',-Wood St,"
& Display a&vertUemenU one dollar prr
iquare for one intertton. Claxiiflcd advertltt'
tnenit on thU page tuehat Wanted, nor Bale,
To Let, rit, ten emit per line for each inter
tion, and none taken for leu than fifty cent.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For tbe accommodation of the
public, Branob Offices have been
established at thefollo-wingr places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion nest morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers alrejidy hiTe accounts with Tux DIS
THOSIAS MCCAFFREY, SM Butler street.
ESUL G. STUCKEY, Zh street and Penn are.
. G. STUCKEY &CO.,WylIe ave. and FnltoniL
N. bTOKELY. Fifth Averfce Market Hotue,
J-TV. WALLACE, 6121 Penn. avenae.
MCALLISTEK A SHEIIiLER,eth ST. & AlWOOd It
JACOB SPOHN. No. 2 Carton street.
H. A. DONALDSON. 1707 Carson street
A. 3. KAERCHEK, 59 Federal street.
U. J. McBKIDE, Market Home, Allegheny.
FRKDH. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
P. R. EGGEKS BUN, Ohio and Chestnut its.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENKY, Western and lrwlaaves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver ares.
fEKHY Jl. GLEIM. Hebecca and Allegheny aves.
W. YT. FLOCK.ER, Stationer. Ho. 4 Grant ave.
"TrrANTED-A FIHST-CliASS HOUSE PAINT
VV Elt. Apply to VTil. F. DEKBAUM. 805
Carbon st. oc25-
VV Call on Vf. H. FK1TZ, No. 6100 Bond Rtreet,
E. E.. city. 0C25-63
WANTED-OIL STILLSMAN-ONE WHO
can come weU recommended. Address
BOX 100, Washington. Pa. QC25-52
TirA1 TED-FOUR OR FIVE CURB CUTTERS
V on Carneirle ave.. Eighteenth ward. Ap
ply on work, K. BRAKAN, Contractor. oc24-76
TUTANTED GOOD TINNERS STEADY
:V work and highest wages paid to jrood
mechanics. JOHN W. BOWER, No. 247 Sixth
avenue. Homestead, Fa. ocI5-5l
X7n-ANTED-OFFlCE BOY-QUICK. ACTIVE
VV and willing to make nlmseir useful: good
penman and In figures; 16 or IS years preferred.
Answer A. B. C, Dispatch office. 0C24-77
YT7-ANTED-2 MEN, AT ONCE, TO PICK
V apples off trees. Inquire at Carnahan's
hardware store. West End, for directions bow to
reach J. bCARBOROUGH; good wajres. oc24-82
1T7" ANTED AGENTS IS ALLEGHENY.
VV Beaver. Lawrence, vestmoreland and
Washington counties to sell a household necessity.
Address A. K. MAUTELL, 411 Smithfield St.
TrrANTED-A BOY WHO HAS HAD SOME
VV experience In plumbing and gas fitting
business; to a reliable party a permanent situa
tion will be given. Apply at 4lf FIFTH AVE.
WANTED-FIFTY LABORERS TO "WORK
on East Palestine, O.. waterworks; wages
11 50 per day; pay every two weeks; work mil
winter. Apply on works, M. FHILBIN. Con
WANTED-SALESMEN FOR FINE LINE OF
quick-selling, labor-savins specialties
needed by everv retail dealer: exclusive territory"
and big commission given. W. B. PERSUING,.
South Bend, lnd. ocSS-83
WANTED A GENTLEMAN OF NEAT AP
PEARANCE, must be persevering and
pushing, to solicit orders for umbrellas of fine
grade, sola on easy paymentstto tbe right man we
will pay a big salary. UNION CREDIT CO.. 103
Fourth ave. oc25-si-su
WANTED SALESMAN TO BELL OUR
specialties to merchants: samples and case
furnished: exclusive territory: salary paid or
commission: permanent situation, with chance to
establish line trade. MODEL LEDGER CO.,
South Bend, lnd. oclS-M-MWT
WANTED LABORERS WANTED IN NEW
Orleans Juo able-bodied men to ship as
crew: wares fSOpvr month and board; to reliable
men steadr emDlovment will be zlven. AddIv to
M. N. WOOD. Coast and Laiausche Line, No. 2
Canal St., New Orleans, La.
WANTED-SALESMEN AT 175 PER MONTH
salarv and expenses, to sell a line of silver
plated ware, watches, etc.; by sample only; borse
and team furnished free; write at once for full
Barttculars and satn pie case of goods free. STAN
ARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass.
ING work and employers and all others
who may wish to employ bricklayers should regis
ter such wants, free of charge, at the headquarters
of the INDUSTRIAL MUTUAL. BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, 93 Fourth ave., first floor front.
Open until 9 F. it. Saturdays. ocll-80-irWFSu
WANTED-FEMALE COOK AT 52)f FIFTH
AVE; restaurant. oc25-97
TTTANTED AT ONCE CHILD'S NURSE,
VV cook and chambermaid for small family;
S3 SO per week each: 10O house girls, 20 for hotels,
dishwasher and night cook, waitresses. MEE
HAN'S, S45 Grant St. OC21-D
WANTED IMMEDIATELY AN EXPE
RIENCED and thoroughly competent lady
teacher for a school outside the city: middle-aged
single woman preferred; employment constant;
wages $300 per annum, with board. Address
MUNSON, Dispatch office. oc24-S
TTTANTED WORK BY SINGLE MAN;
VV drive, store or gent's place or labor work;
small wages. Address WORK, Dispatch office.
WANTED BY A PERSON OF EXPERI
ENCE, a situation as salesman or manager
In tbe book and stationery business. Address T. s.
BOOK, Dispatch office. 0C25-S3
TTTANTED BY EXPERIENCED BOOK
V V KEEPER, who can devote part of the day,
small set of books to keep or other- clerical work.
Address W. 11., Dispatch office. oc2M6
WANTED-SITUATION. BY A MAN OF 15
years' business experience: Is qualified to
take charge of the accounts of manufacturers or
contractors: has had experience In buying, selling
and contracting. Address W. F., Allegheny, Pa.
WANTED-A PARTNER: WITH pOO-WILL
guarantee f 1,000 or 11.200 In one year. Ad
dress T. J. G., Dispatch office. oc:M6
TTTANTED-PAKTNEIt-A RARE CHANCE
VV half Interest in established furniture and
upholstery business: advertiser Is a practical man
in all Its branches: $500 capital required to extend
the business. Address Y. A., Dispatch office.
Rooms. Ilonses. Sec
TTTANTKD-THREE OR FOUR FURNISHED
VV rooms In good neighborhood for light
housekeeping: state what yon liave, price, etc.
Address HOLMES, Dispatch office. OC2S-M
TTTANTED-MORTGAGE3 ON CITY PEOP
V ERTY, over SLOW; 4 per cent! no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER & CO., 92 Fourth avenue.
TTTANTED-$500 TOJ $500,000-10 LOAN ON
ii inuriKBgcs in( uiuu OJICrCCUh. HAD.
unira itu, inn
ourth ave., Pittsburg. Tele-
phone No. 975.
TTTANTED-MORTG AGES-,1. 000, 000 TO LOAN
VV In Urge and small amounts at 4H. 5 and 8
ier cent, tree or state tax; no aeiay. r.r.cu a.
;OYLE& CO., 131 Fourth ave. myZl-eo
TTTANTED TO LOAN 1500,0X1. IN AMOUNTS
V V of $3,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4 per cent free of tax; also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent BLACK & BAIRD,
Si Fourth avenue. teZi-aJS-v
TTTANTED-MOKTG AGES-$1, 000, 000TO LO AN
V V on city and suburban properties at 4X, Sand
oyurceut, ana on larms ui Auegucii uu atjj-
cent counties at 6 per cent.
i. ju. rxiiiuvA a.
duu, jiu fourm avenue.
WANTED-IO 1.0AN $100,000 ON MORT
GAGES; $100 and upward at 6 per cent;
$500,000 at it per cent on residences or business
property: also in adloiulng counties. S. H.
FRENCH, 125 Fourth avenue. oc21-4-D
Machinery and Metals.
WANTED-A GOOD SECOND-HAND TOW
BOAT with about seven teen-ln eh cylinders
and six-feet stroke. Address, with full descrip
tion and price asked, LOCK BOX NO. 131, Qulncr,
TTJANTED-TObTAKTACMJIJ OF 4! MEM-
V V BERS to secure a line gold watch for each
one in the club at II 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX SOL and I will call and snow you the watch.
WAMED-PERSONo TO KNOW THAT BY
agreeing to pay $1 per week yon can cet
Siossesslon of fine gold or silver watches, clocks,
ewelry, diamonds, silverware, etc J. MlfSCH,
30 Federal st, Allegheny, Pa. sei:-uWF8u
WANTED-THE PEOPLE TO KNOW THAT
YEAGER & CO..70 Federal st, Allegheny,
will make cabinets of anybody during this month
for 75c per doz.; bring the little ones: don't miss;
No. 70 Federal it. These cabinets will not fade.
WANTED CITY HORSES TOBOARD-GOO'D
grass, pure water, well-cured hay ana
grain, ground floor stables, and careful attend
ance; rood city reference; write to ut. W. W,
HlMEK&bONB, Buffalo, Washington co Pa,
WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER, 94 Fifth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making flnereabincts at $1 CO per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: lnstan
taneous procew. miu-ffl ,
WANTED-TWENTY (201 TEA BINS. AD
DRESS P. O. Box 412, McKeesport DEW-
MYER Ar WILSON.
WANTED A BARBER, OR BOY WITH
some experience, to help out Apply at 209
FEDERAL ST., Allegheny. oc25-90
WANTED-HIGHEST SPOT CASH PRICES
paid for secoud-hand furniture, carpets and
hoiKshold goods of all kinds. 1211 PEN S AVE
WANTED "VOLTAIC DIAMONDS:"
brilliancy guaranteed: see prices. BAR
NEY . AEONS, Sole Agent, 65 Fifth are., cor.
Wood St. oc2S-M
TTTANTKD SUBSCRIBERS FOR CYCLER
VV AND TOURIST (Illustrated): send 25c for
' trial subscription. Address CXCLca
AND TOURIST, Stamford, Conn.
WANTED-GENTLEMEN WHO DESIRE A
wife or a lively correspondent to send their
address and stump to THE AMERICAN CORRE
SPONDING CLUB, Box 643, Clarksburg, W, Va.
FOR BALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR BALE A VERY PROFITABLE INVEST
MENT, on Marlon, one-balf square from
Fifth avenue, near Court House; price only $3,700.
W. A. HERRON & SONS, Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-$8,0CO-ROSS STREET, BET. FIRST
and Second aves., a 3-story brick dwelling of
11 rooms, ball, vestibule, bath, w. -., both gases,
lot 24x99. BLACK BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-FOURTH AVE., NEAR ROSS.
3 two-story 4 room brick dwellings, well
finished throughout: artificial gas In each: water
In the yard. BLACK & BADiD, 95 Fourth nve.
FOR SALE-$1,850-$300 CASH, BALANCE $IS
per montk new 6-room frame; ball, gas,
iv&ter fi .in trnnA rtpifrhhnrhood on Mt. Wash
ington. BALTEN3PERGER WILLIAMS, 154,
xourro ave. www
FOR SALE-FORBES 8T.NEAR VAN BRAAM.
a two story brick dwelling In rearer lot facing
Tustln st. of four rooms and basement; water.
gas, fine store room In front house. BLACK e
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 2D-S7. oct24-7
FOR SALE-ONLY 10 MINUTES FROM THE
Court House a new complete brick bouse. 8
rooms, thoroughly Improved, on Locust near
Mlltenbergerst: a desirable location: price low
and terms easy. W. A. HERRON SONS. 80
Fourth ave. oc6-Sl-M
FOR BALE-REDUCED TO $7,000-A MAG
NIFICENT brick residence, in Duquesne
Heights, containing S commodious rooms, 2 large
attio rooms, reception ball, bath room. 2 w. c.'s
stationary washstands, parlor and ball finished In
bard wood, natural gas, beautiful lot 76x125:
this bargain on easy terms. BLACK & BAIRD,
95 Fourth avenue. 21-154. OC20-I3T
East End Eesiaences.
FOR SALE-'FRIENDSHIP AVE. NEAR
Penn. six two story brick dwellings of five
Tooms and fine attic esch, gas, water, etc.; will
cell separate or as awnole. BLACK & BAIRD.
95 Fourth ave. C-I06 oct24-7.
FOR SALE-$S00: CASH-REMAINDER PAY
ABLE $500 per year, Interest low on deferred
pavments; neat new house, late style, well
finished and convenlenced; street Improvements
made; centrally located In Oakland, near Firth
avenue cable line. W. A. HERRON & SONS.
SO Fourth avenue. ocl-94-Tur
FORSALE-A FINE EAST END RESIDENCE
at only$8.000;a rare bargain; lot 70x150 feet;
excellent dwelling house; almost new; 10 rooms,
replete tbrougbout wltb all modern appliances;
this Is a great birgalntowner going East snd wants
to sell; particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.,
129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. QC24-13
FOR 8ALE-$5,5TO-FABRAGUT ST., NEAR
Hllsnd or Stanton aves., E. E., new 2
story modern style frame-dwelling, 8 rooms, ball,
bath, inside shutters and w.c. range, botb gases.
slate mantels, tile nearth, slate roof. etc. ; lot
75x263 to a 50-foot street: tbls property will be sold
at a very low figure on account of Ill-health of tbe
owner; terms easy. SAMUEL W. BLACK &
CO., 09 Fourth ave. oc21-l
FOR SALE AN ELEGANT CORNER PROP
ERTY fronting 60 feet onHtland ave., near
Penn are. ; all surroundings flrst-elass: house of
10 large, cheerful rooms, comprising all appli
ances and conveniences of a modern built resi
dence: stable with servant's quarters: price very
low; inquire at our office concerning tbls prop
erty; no for sale boards; we have in our lists of
properties for sale elegant residences in all
sections of tbe Esst End, each and all of them
affording perfect homes, and many at prices awaT
below ruling valuations: properties of this class
are not advertised directly, or as a general thing
known to be In tho market. CHAS. BOMERS &
CO., 313 Wood st OC24-84
FORSALE HAZEL WOOD MODERN QUEEN
ANNE dwelling, 5 rooms, ball, porch, vesti
bule, etc. : lot 24x120: only 1 minute from Second
Ave. Electric Br., or 5 minutes from Hazelwood
station; price, $2,500.- $500 cash: balance. $40 an
nually. SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO., 99 Fourth
FOR SALE-$3,400-GOOD 2-STOBT BRICK 0
5 rooms and attic, hall, bath, etc.. In Third
ward, Allegheny. BALTENSBEBGER t WILL
IAMS. 154 Fourth ave. 0C25-5S
IOH SALE-COZY, NEW 6 ROOM FRAME
house. AUesrhenv: convenient to streetcars
ana marxet nouse; wis property must oe iota;
price low; your own terms. W. W. MCNEILL &
BRO.. 105 Fourth ave. OC24-99
FOR SALE-P.OOO. CONSIDERED CHEAP. A
desiraole Allegheny residence. No. 01 Junl
atta st. : lot 24x129 ft : a good brick bouse: 6 rooms
and attic; late Improvements. See W. A. HER
RON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. oc22-61-Tur
FOR SALE AT A GREAT REDUCTION
truly a bargain: only $6,000; a good brick
house: 9 rooms, in first-class order: late improve
ments; well located In Fourth ward, Allegheny.
See W. A. HERRON & SON S, 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-AT WILKIN8BURG. BRICK
house of 12 rooms, with one acre of ground;
beautiful site: 5 minutes from sta. : will be sold
cheap and on easy terms. W. E. HAMNETT, 404
Bmlthfleld at " oc23-23
FOR SALE-AT BELLEVUE. ON ACCOUNT
of removal of owner; only $2,300: aneathouse
of 5 rooms; lot 40x176 feet: very conveniently and
desirably located. For full Information see W. A.
HERRON A SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED AT
Edgewood, fine large dwelling of 15 rooms,
with one acre of ground: fruit and ornamental
trees: everything In first-class order For terms
see W. A. HERRON & SONS, No. 80 Fourth are.
FORSALE-INSEWICKLEY, AT REDUCED
price and on easy terms, a brick dwelling of
10 rooms, bath, laundry and modern conven
iences; large Iot47x203 on Broad St.. nearStation,
P. O. and stores; the best place in Sewlckley for
a city business man; Immediate possession. A. W.
ADAIR, Penn ave.. Boom 70S, Penn Building.
FOR SALE LOTS.
East End Lots.
FOR SALE-$300 EACH FOR OAKLAND
lots. Frailer and Booth sts. ; gas and water
on street BLACK A BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
lOR SALE CHOICE BUU-DING LOT ON
Forbes st. near Craig; cheap to prompt
. BAL1ENSPEKGER & WILLIAMS. 154
FOR SALE-ON LINDEN AVE., NEAR PENN
ave., beautiful building lot 98x13) to 0-ioot
alley; good neighborhood: street sewered: only
$3,500. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth are.
FOR SALE-OAKLAND AVE. LOTS. 30x100,
nicely elevated above tbe street; flagstone,
sidewalk and paved street; convenient to cjtfjlo
road and very reasonable price. BLACK &
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 2D-Z13 OC20-123
FOB SALE-NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE
a lot for Investment or home in the Villa
Park plan; this property Is rapidly enhancing In
value, and to secure a lot at .present low prices,
purchasers must act quick. JOHN F. BAXTER,
Agent, 612 Smithfield St. OC20-60-MWP
FOR SALE-$30 PER FOOT. THIRTEENTH
ward, 155x120; Streets on three sides, Iowa
street overlooking East Liberty Valley, 4 minutes'
walk from wjiie ave. caoie line; cneapest
iroperty on H err on nui: easy terms, bajiuel
DLAta. K ;u., w r ounn ave. oca-v
BIDE, one square from cable road.6 minutes
walk from P. R.R. ; handsome new modern style
9 room frame dwelling, hall, bath, both gases,
Inside shutters, and w. c slate mantels, tile
hearths, sliding doors, range, etc; lot 32x100. feet;
this Is a very desirable property: suitable terms
can be arranged. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO.,
99 Fourth ave. OC24-100
FOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS
In the "Rush plan of lots, " known as the W,
W. Youdk property, Penn avenue. East End:
these lots are very desirable on account of their
fine elevated location, which is one of the best In
tbe East End; they front on Penn avenue and a 50
foot street running at right angles to Penn jive
nue: this street Is lined on both sides with beauti
ful full-grown shade trees, and choice fruit trees
of different kinds cover the balance of the
grounds: tbe property is sltnatcd close to both
cable and steam cars: only flrst-class dwellings
will be erected, thereby securing a good neigh
borhood; the lots will be sold at a price, that will
make it an object to any person desiring a beauti
ful and pleasant location for a home. For terms,
etc., call on Kr.LLY & ROGERS, No. 0315 Station
street, Esst End. ocS-70
FOR SALE-A DESIRABLE TARSI OF 100
acres and farm bulldlng,-13 miles from city,
at Glbsonla. on P. & W. R. K. W. A. HERRON
A SONS, SO Fourth avenue. od-33-wr
FOK SALE-lTAKJI 30 ACHES, tSTORY
lrame house, 9 rooms, good barn; best fruit
Slaceonllneof Fort Wayne road; IK miles from
alem. ED WITX13U, 410 Grant St. Pittsburg;
FOR SALE-EAKM-TO ANY CAPITALIST,
either ltdy or gentleman, tbst wishes to buy
one of the finest Improved farms In the State of
Kentucky; price, $65,000; It contains over Too
acres, and as 1 nave a personal knowledge of It
ana tbe surrounding country, lwlll give a guar
anteed, truthful statement of the Tacts to any per
son wishing to Investigate. whoUableandnllllng
to buy. If ail be found correct Call on or address
LEVI J. JEFFRIES. Belierernon. FavettK ('. P.
1 i.".""'''" I
FOR SALE LOTS.
TJIOR'SALE AT EDGEWOOD, LOT 2UI188;
Jj 7 minutes' from sUtIon:rAC00;eay terms. W.
E. HAMNETT, 404 Smithfield st- QcZt-23
FORSALE AT EDGEWOOD, 2 LOTS 50X150
eacb; 7 minutes' from sta.: price 1550 each.
W. E. H&MNETT, 404 Smithfield sf. oc23-23
FIR BALE AT EDGEWOOD 4 LOTS. EACH
40x145 feet; and one lot 50x155; t minutes' from
station: will be sold together for H.7QQ: easy
terms: good Investment. W. Ei HAMNETT, 404
Bmlthfleld st oc23-23
FOR BALE AT A BAEGAIN-4 LOTS, 24x110.
with frame dwelling of 3 rooms and attic In
bhalertownshlp. 10 minutes' walk rrom Bennett
station, W. P. R. B. Inquire of W. H. WAL
KEKor W. A. YOUNG. Telephone 5560. OC24-5
FOR SALE-1NGBAM. P., C. AST. L. RY..
Justatthe station,. 5 acres of fine land with
young orchard; would divide into lots to good ad
vantage and meet rapid sales. For a good Invest
ment don't miss getting full particulars at
BLACK A BAIRD'S. 95 Fourth ave. OC20-138
FOR SALE-LOTS AT ASPINWALL STA
TION, on the We6t Penn B. B,, adjoining
Sbarpsburg. only 7 miles from Allegheny city;
firlces low; terms very easy; to those building on
otsatonce great inducements are offered. Call
for plans at W. A. HERRON A SONS', 80 Fourth
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-A GOOD PAYING GENERAL
store at a bargain r storeroom and dwelllng
For particulars address B. P. POORBAUGH,
Glencoe, Pa. oc8-3
FOR SALE-A SMALL GROCERY BUSINESS
in Allegheny: an old established stand: stock
would Invoice about IL 200. Particulars from JAS.
W, DRAPE CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR BALE GROCERY STORE-ONE OF THE
finest stands in city, with very fine established
trade; grand chance to the rlgbt party: bad health
cause of selling. Address K. 11. G Dispatch of
TTtOR 8ALE-DKUG STORE IN CITY OF 15,000
A: pop. in. Northwestern Pa., under leading
hotel; slock and business worth $4,000, will sell for
$2,500 cssb: owner bas business in tbe 3sast. Ad
dress SACRIFICE, Dispatch office. ' OC25-57
FOR SALE-RETAIL GROCERY-OX ONE OF
tbe best streets In Allegheny; stock, fixtures
and goodwill of a retail grocery: average month
ly sales fiCOO; stock $3,500 to $4,000: a good paying
trade: special reasons for selling. Apply to 1.
M. PEN NOCK & SON, No. 105 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-NEW FIRST-CLASS STEAM
laundry: fine family grocery store with
splendid location and business, will invoice abont
$9,000; smaller grocery stores, $400 to $5,000; milk
route; cigar and confectionery stores $225 to $650;
drygoods and notion stores: feed store; Sprinting
offices: drug stores: shoe stores; bakeries and 100
other business chances: free particulars. SUEP
ARD & CO., 54 Fifth ave. OC25
FOR SALE-TUB VALUABLE MANUFAC
TURING site 302x301 feet fronting on Alle
gheny Valley R. K., near Fifty-fourth street and
McCandless station: full, free and unobstrncted
railroad front; to be sold at public sale on Tues
day afternoon, October 29. at 2 o'clock, on the
remises. Fuller particulars from JAMES W.
RAPE & CO., Agents and Auctioneers, 129
Fourth avenue. Pittsburg. OC24-14-D
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, etc
FOR BALE SECOND-HAND BAROUCHE,
as good as new. Can be seen at C. WESr is
CO.'S, Carriage Makers, 420 Duqnesne way, Pitts
burg, Pa. oclO-28
FOR SALE-DHrVING AND RIDING HORSE,
very good style. 15 bands high, 6 years old.
Terr showy; will be told reasonable. Inquire 686
WOOD ST. OC24-23
Machinery and Metals.
R SALE ENGINES AND BODLERS NEW
and refitted: rerjairlnirnromritlv attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY AN DHACHINECO., L1M.,
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa- aulO-29
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles In stock, from 4 to
100 h. p. ;all refltted;good as new, at lowest prices:
portable engines, 8 to 25 h. p. ; boilers all sizes
and styles. J .S.YOUNG, 23 Park way, Allegheny.
TJIOR SALE HOISTING ENGINES, NEW
JJ and second band; wire and raanllla rope, der
rick and fittings, hoisting tubs and cars, clay and
ore pans, engines, boilers and machinery.
THOMAS CARLIN'S BONS, Lacock and Sandusky
sts., Allegheny. au5-17-nw
OR SALEGROCERY FIXTURES AND
stock. Address N. 11. D.. Dispatch office.
ROBERT J. BURDETTE
Will lecture In Old City Hall, Friday erening
ot this week. This is tbe first of the Members'
Coarse of the Yonnz Men's Christian Associa
tion. The other dates for the season are:
Not. 55; MTJNDEXL SISTERS VOCAL
Dec 27, LOTUS GLEE CLUB OP BOSTON.
Jan. St PBOF. J. W". CHURCHILL, READ
INGS. Fen. 28, m. h. RAGAN. Illustrated
March 28, ROYAL HAND-BELL -RINGERS
A five-dollar sustaining membership ticket
in tbe Association gives admission, witn a lady,
to all of, tbe above as well as to gymnasium,
evening classes, and other privileges at tbe
Association Banding. Any youne man of
good moral character is eligible to member
ship. Persons not membersTwill be admitted upon
payment of SO cents each at tbe door. oc23-J8
pRAND OPERA HOUSE
' WEEK OP OCT. 28.
A Genuine Comedy Triumph.
THE WOMAN HATER.
REED AS THE BIGAMIST.
REED AS THE TRIG AMIST.
Introducing the great topical sone; "It Was a
Dream," and other new musical numbers.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. oc2i-3I
LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
TOMMY RUSSELL and RAY TrHBTTftT.Ti
will both appear in the cast. oc233
pOL. J. W. PATTERSON POST, NO. 15L
Continuation of tho. Exposition at the Fair
of Cot. J. W. Patterson Post, No. 151, at
Salisbury Hall, Sontbslde. every evening.
The wdnderful pbonograph,and many other
exhibits of the late Exposition to be seen at
the fair. .
Admittance 10 cents. pc22-I7
GRAND OPERA HOUSE-TO-NIGHT.
Matinees Friday and Saturday,
LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY.
October 28, Roland Reed in
THE WOMAN HATER. oc2143
HARRIS THEATER-EVERY AFTER
NOON and evenlnc
DANIEL BOONE, THE PIONEER.
"Week October 23 Gray and Stephens, oc-20
SARRX Vm.r.TAMB' ACADEMr
Jght, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and
OC20-20 8PECIALTY COMPANY.
128K THIRD AVTi, UPSTAIRS.
Gents' shoes soled and heeled in 15 minutes
lor 75 cents.
Finest work in the city. au2W0K-wr
' . a HAMILTON, - " A.
' H AND 98 F1FTHAVENUX :&
nnn T PP-AV vmtRl !. ST VTIVWYMI
I avo.. brick house of seven rooms, bathroom.' 71
and natural gas. 'XHOS. LIGGETT. No. 1H fl
an w . iuWI KS-v-SBuLssBBa Ijr WJ
East End Residences.
TO LET-ON PENN AVE., NEAR REBECCA
St.. 5-roomed brick cottage: good neighbor
hood; Sis per mo. THOS. LIGGETT. No. 1H
Ponrth ave. oc20-83-wrssa
rrU) LET-ON PENN AVE., NEAR REBECCA,
JL St., brick house of 7 rooms, bathroom, nat
ural gas. etc.: good neighborhood: reduced rest
till April L THOS. LIGGETT, So. 114 Towta
TO LET HOJSE OP 14 BOOMS. STABCS
and outbuildings: large grounds: on Neater
avenue, near Penn avenue cable ears. Inqutrsos
HENRY EORERT3,at01tverKoberts WlreC.
Allegheny Residences. -f
TO LET REBECCA ST.. NEAR. ALLS'
GHENY avenue, 2-tory brick dwelling. .
rooms and attic; nat.ras. city water; pouesitoa
at once: rent ebeap. SAMUEL W. BLACK .
CO., 99 Fourth ave. ocSR-
rpO LET-ELEGANT RESIDENCE IN ALLE
X GHENY. No. 1J9 franklin street; contatss;
rjgub fuvwa. goon nail, Daturooni. w. c. Dem. ''
kc uu an moaera improvements, wun ans
Un street, Allegheny. oc34-
TO LET-TWO NICELY FURNISHED TKeNT
front rooms with board, at 2SB9 STATKMC
T) LET-SECOND STOH PEONT H0O41
furnished, with or without board: refereaeii
required and furnished: located In Flfl wsrt,
Alleghany. Apply toB. MORROW. 188 JTrstave.1
TO LET-LARGE J-STORY BRICK "WAKE
HOUSE with large elevators: central loca
tion. Suitable for atorare rntmoiM op Mrrlojea
factory: Twelfth street near Union station. As- '1
ply at T. MELLON & SON'S BANK. SUSmMit-
Offices. Dek Room, etc
mO LET-IN THE ST.VT DISPATCH RFTIt.H.
JL ING. 73, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two ortfta -4
roomiess ana oest-ngntea omces to oe rounarmHM'
city; rent, S20OandS8BO per annum. Including eee
tric lights. Janitor service snd steam beatssur.'
Apply between 19 A. it. andlr. orbetwp,
TO LET NO PASTE, GLASS OB TOUBB
back trucbare "Voltaic Diamonds:" ak
lutely clear and pnre. BARNEY E. ARON3. Sots
Agent, 65 Tilth ave., cor- Wood St.
ERSONAL THE LATEST CRAZE ?!
TAIC Diamonds;" see prices: sold oalrnr i
BARNEY . ABONS. 65 Plfth ave cor. Wo4
st. oeae-XC -
PERSONA L-MALTBY'S OYSTER DttPOT.
late 78 fifth avenue, removed to 844 SaMfe
neld street; fresh oysters received dally; orders
ailed at lowest prices. J. B. ILEUM KKJLE, Mr.
PERSONAL-BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOGH
New and old, ancient and reouern. snudsxt
and rare, legal, medical and scientist 38,868 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S .BOOK STOBE. 989
Liberty st. as-gs
PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY M
TURNED: recently they bad not beea-Mi tfts .
course, was done In a bungling manner; I
to prevent tbe trouble they agreed to i
their work hereafter to DICKSON, thalt
Firth ave corner Wood St., second Seer, aast
now everythln g Is lovely and peace sad BapfMMf
again reigns In their household. TeJeofcoaa sstt.
X OST YOU CAN'T TELL THEM PROM THK.
JL genuine; "Voltaic Diamonds;" see jtHss.
BABNErE: AEONS. .Sole Agent, S nMmr
cor. wood st.
FOUND NEAB HOT SPRINGS. ABK
"Voltale Diamonds;" experts cannot MW-
mem. DAnnr.1 x.-jLauip. soicAgeBt,
re., cor, wooq st.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MB .
Jji report of viewers on the gradtegjuMi !
lug of Dresden Alley, from Fifty-seeosd MM
to McCandless street, has been approved By
Councils, which action will ha final, unless a.
appeal is fllcd in the Court of Commas Ftssn.
within ten (IB) days from date. -"
E. M. BKJELQTr, - -C
Chief of Department ot Patriae W ,
PrrrsBtTBO. Pa.. Oct. 17,1688. 'aefMKr
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX THATMBI
J. report of viewers on tbe frra&ac of wMt
mgford street, from Neville street to Jhnin
street, and Grader, street, fros Fifth aaa
toHomewood avenue, has been approved 'iy
Councils, which action will be flaal, naleM a
appeal is filed In the Court of Comea Pfcs
within ten (10) days from date.
Chief of Department of Pnblic Wens.
1TTT3BUKU, .fA UCtOOer II, UBK.
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
XI report oi v lowers on toe aamages
by the sradinc of Grazier street, Iron
bee k n
avenue to Homewood aveaae. has
proved by Councils, which acttoa wHl be
unless an appeal is filed in the Conn ef
men Pleas within tea (10) days from dav-
J2. M. BIQELO W,
Chief of Department of Pnblic ff A
PTrTSBUBQ, Pa.. October 17, 1888. oelTW
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT 1
XI reports or viewers oa inegraoi
ana carbine of riltn avenue, from Pesa I
nne to Frankstown avenue, and Neelevay
from Hampton street to Roup street; have!
approved Dy vouncus, wruca action ti
final, unless an appeal is filed la the Ce
Common Pleas within ten (10) oars frewi
JS. J. BlUALiUV
Chief of Department of Pnblic yroHKk' '
-ITT3BUKO, JTA UCtOBer 11.100).
-VJOTICE W HERBBY GIVEN THAT
X Bureaa of Health or we taty of
burg nastnisoay estaBusaea aaa jh
and does hereby designate the foot of
teentn (17) street, in toe ertyoc Pi
the Allegheny river, and Clark's
immediately above the north end of tbe
Tenth, street bridge, in tfcaatcraf PrM
on the Mononjraheia river, as taeptaaes
are to Dereceivea anaaepesMea saec
of all privies as they shall from time to
cleaned and emptied, and all other e
substances foondmpoa the pattfe hjgsvwajr.,
THOMAS W. BAXntV
Superintendent of the Bureau ofHaaHh.
-VTOTICE ISHEREBY GIVEN THAT
Xl reports ot viewers on the Oj
Omaha street, from Bighatn street to
street; jsmiiy street, itohi orait
Halket street: Felicia alley, rross
street to the city line; Zealth alley,
Felicia aller to Formosa alley, aad Bora
from Felicia, alley to Formosa, alley, have
annroved bv Councils, which acttoa wssl
final unless an appeal is filed in the Coaat m
Common Pleas within ten (10) days frosa ajatja,-
a. ju. aivtsiAj w.
Chief of Department of Paette W(
i-iTTSBUKi, rjL uewwr u, loot.
-VJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT '
It repoyts or viewers on toe ooesin
sewers on Jdevran street, from crown
Louisa andBates streets to Louisa sweet :J-s
Carey alley, from South Twenty-atata t4tfjC-r
a point 430 feet westward!; Fifth street, tmmV
Liberty avenue to ine Auegaeay nraMn
Fifth avenue, from Araherses areaae, mi
point west of Moornead's Iaae. have bssaa i
proved by Councils, which actwa wW be sbV
unless an appeal is filed la tbe Cearte4tik)sa.fl
mon Pleas, wiwia ten uuiaays now mm? v t
Chief of Department ef PahUe WerikX
T AUCTION-THE ENTIRE FUWfsssst-.'
MEN'T of a beautiful home- removes!. a.t '
rr r .-. ....- - - - is1
tne rooms, no. .in aiarae st., ior ooaasassana,
of sale, FRIDAY MORNING, Oct, X, aCH
o'Oiock saarp. fine tBgnea rsg potter
of 6 pieces, mantel oabiset. mant
mirrors, engravings and paiatiMS, Imb
ers. rues. drotreetsL curtate, shades. &n
clocks, ornaments, fancy articles, earner I
case, center tables; Turkish conch, glass
waroxooe, ioioia7 .oeo. cauxomer. 11s
springs, blankets, bedding, walnut, eh
oak chamber suit;, dreseme cases, wa
chairs, rockers, bedsteads, bed loaBtja,
ware, dinine chairs, extension table. sMel
china, glass and silverware, laaaeVy
wtcnen eooas, vaver, moquec, doojt
pesuy urusst rauuei lur rousts, sysoss SSBHs'l
Jal WEVBT ATTCnnK ffl T.TM . lisEM
A UCTION SALE-
68 CONGRESS ST., NEAR flTIK K
THURSDAY, OCTOBHl 31, Mt.
4 P. M- ON THE FRBKIBICS. - B
A. suBstaniiai s-story twtotc aw
rooms, hall, bath, w. c. rase aoa
mences; nouse aewiy
BAIRD, 96 Fourth ave.
TlOOKS AT AUCTION THM Wf
at 736 o'ateefc at the re sat. e. 1
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