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THE PETTSBTJKGr DISPATCH, THURSDAY, AUGUST 15,
THE BUTCHERS' Vkt
Knights of the Cleaver Have a Joy
ous Picnic at Boss' Groye.
OYER 5,000 ttERE PRESENT.
A Game of Baseball and a Hale Bace Far
nislied rienty of Sport
AN UKENWN SI AS KILLED ON THE EOAD
The butchers' picnic at Eoss Grove yes
terday was a big affair. Train after train
rolled out of the "West Penn tiepot filled
with people, and by 4 o'clock In the after
noon between 5,000 and 8,000 people were
enjoying themselves in the grove. They
came by rail, on foot, in carriages, buggies
and wagons, and it was plain that everyone
was bent on enjoying themselves.
It was a good-natured crowd as a rule.
Everywhere through the woods singing
could be heard, and it was a noticeable fact
that German melodies were greatly in ex
cess of all others. Around the center of the
grove the great body of the people had con
gregated, and the crowd was so dense in
places that there was considerable difficulty
at times in forcing one's way through. Both
dancing platforms were packed, and very
little rest was given to the musicians from
the time the first train arrived in the morn
ing till long after supper time.
Amusements of various kinds were nu
merous. A baseball nine composed of the
butchers of Allegheny contended with a
similar one made up of Pittsburgers, and
they furnished excellent amusement, until
they were compelled to stop, owing to the
number of bats they broke. A mule race
was quite a feature and caused roars of
WHAT THET HAD TO EAT.
The refreshments could not have been bet
ter. Soft drinks of all kinds, cider and for
a time something a little stronger was furn
ished. Private parties were very well pro
vided with good things, and some of them
were relieved of everything in short order.
An old gentleman had brought a buggy to
the grove filled with eatables, bnt while his
back was turned some playful boys stole a
march on him, and got away with much ot
the povender. He routed the enemy bag
and baggage when he saw them, and creat
ed no little amusement by seizing a large
butcner's knife ana threatening to kill
some of them.
There were very few incidents consider
ing the large crowd. Two buggies collided
on the road in the grounds,andayoung lady
in one of them was thrown out and was in
jured about the head. Her name could not
be learned. Several ladies fainted from ex
haustion. JT In the center of the grove the crowd was
under the control of Captain J. Davis and
ten policemen and was very orderly. But
fights were rather numerous on the outskiats
of the park. Some little boys became in
volved in a quarrel, and one of them was
struck in the neck with a stone and injured
severely. Fights followed each other in
rapid succession, and one of them was espec
ially severe, one of the participants being
badly cut up in the encounter.
THET WERE JEALOUS.
There was one shooting scrape, and that
was not very serious. Two young men were
escorting ladies through the grove, when
they grew jealous of each other. The ladies
got involved in a wordy quarrel, .and one of
the men fired two shots at the other without
On the whole, however, it was a success
ful picnic. Many a man is out somewhat
as a result of the wheel of fortune, or the
ring and cane racket, or the little game
worked with whips and a revolving disk, or
in 20 other different ways.
On board the train coining borne everyone
was feeling good. Songs and laughter were
intermingled. Jokes were numerous and
were well appreciated.
Although the ground was wet the weather
was fair, and there were few at the picnic
who did not wish for a happy return of the
An unknown man who could not be iden
tifiedfell off the train going to the picnic
and was killed. His body was taken to the
undertaker Haltzheimer's place at Sharps
burg. He was a large man with a light
mustache, well dressed, and weighing about
IE0N KATES TO ADVANCE.
The Railroads TVnnt Their Share of the
The Pittsburg Committee of Freight
Agents will meet in a few days to restore
the old iron rates, taking effect September
first, in accordance with the decision of the
Trunk Line and Central Traffic Associa
tions. The advance will apply on iron
rates East and West of Pittsburg.
A freight agent said yesterday: "There
is a good feeling among iron men and prices
ar stiffening rapidly. The railroads re
duced the rates June first when the trade
was dull, to tide the manufacturers over the
dull times. Xow that the industries are
beginning to boom the roads should be
given an opportunity to make np their
losses. Tnis is the reason why the rates
will be advanced, and it is possible they
will go higher than the old tanfE"
THE THIRD ANNUAL.
The B. d: O. Will Tnke Opt Another Die
Crowd to Atlantic City.
The third annual excursion of the Balti
more and Ohio to Atlantic City will leave
this morning. Five parlor cars have been
taken, and the train will consist of ten cars.
In the evening three extra sleepers will be
run also on the regular train to accommo
date the excursionists.
A Petition Lost.
An application for the admission of apart
of Reserve township to the rity of Alle
gheny is expected to be made. Someone had
the petitions for the signatures, but it ap
pears to have been lost. It will necessitate
the preparation of a new document. The
petition was given to 'Squire Shaffer,
and when he was asked for it he could not
find it. Most of the citizens favor annexa
tion. Fell From a Car.
Benjamin Timmons, a young man resid
ing on Main street, lell from the rear plat
form of a West End car yesterday after
noon, and suffered a severe scalp wound.
He was picked up in an unconscious condi
tion and carried to A. G. Streib's barber
Ehop, where he was revived.
A Spout Wat Needed.
John McFeenan and wife yesterday en
tered suit against John Collins and wife for
52,000 damages, caused by the rainfall from
the roof of the defendants' house lipon the
property of McFeenan. It caused his cellar
to become damp.
Next to on Approving Conscience,
A vigorous stomach Is the greatest of mun
dane blessings. Sound digestion is a guaranty
of quiet nerves, muscular elasticity, a hearty
appetite and a regular habit ot body. Though
not always a natural endowment, it may be
acquired through the agency of Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters, one of the most effective ln
rigorant and blood fertilizers In existence.
This fine tonic also fortifies those who use It
against malaria, and remedies biliousness, con
stipation and rheumatism.
Remember the Excursion to Atlantic City,
Via the B. & o. R. IL, To-Day.
Trains leave at 8 A. si. and 920 p. St.
Bate, $10 for the round trip, tickets good
for ten days.
JUDGE CUMMIN'S BOOKS.
Thry Are Left In Excellent Shape-State Com
missioner Scott Tells of Some Peculiari
ties of Johnstown Sufferer.
"The Johnstown citizens are a peculiar
people," said State Commissioner J. B.
Scctt yesterday to a DISPATCH reporter.
"They complained to the commission that
money was not being distributed fast
enough, and at once we took steps to make
the plan of paying out much simpler. The
people claimed too much time was lost in
making out the checks, and we abolished
them and paid the people when they pre
sented the orders. But now, when they can
get the money, they don't go for it.
"There is remaining fl,500,000 to be dis
tributed, and it will be scattered as soon as
the clerks can go over the applications to
determine what each man is entitled to.
"When we have an estimate of the losses in
each case, it becomes a very simple arith
metical problem to see whether the money
will go round. "Well, we expect this work
to be done very soon. Last Saturday Mr.
Kremer left some money with the First Na
tional Bank at Johnstown to pay off the
orders still coming in. The 1100,000 of the
first $500,000 held over will also go to the
people. Altogether when the work is ended
the sum distributed will reach $2,300,000.
"Judge Cummin left the books in ex
cellent shape. He had long lists of names,
and every dollar is accounted for. Every day
I expect to hear of a special meeting of the
commission being called to take action on
his death. Of course every member of the
commission has sent a letter of condolence
to the family, even if we have not acted
" The Pittsburg Committee will meet this
week to make a final report and turnthe
balance on !hand 'over to the commission.
Here is a list of towns in "Western Pennsyl
vania that gave more than $100 to the Pitts
burg fund for Johnstown:
Beaver. $732 86: Beaver Falls. 2,177 50: Belle
vernon. $455 05; Blalrsvtlle, $151 75; Brady's Bend,
$110; Bndgevllle, $320; Bruokville, fl9S; Browns
ville, $331: Burgettstown. $242, Cambridge
borough. $142; Canonsburg. $438; Carbondale,
$1,015 32; Cochranton, $200; Confluence, $205 50,
Cuss Creek. $102; Derrick City. $112 50; Dixmont,
$160; Douglass station, $140; Dnke Center, $195;
Dunbar Furnace, S277; Dunbar Ladies' Society,
$104; Elizabeth, $J28; Enon, $145: Erie. $977;
Fayette City. $2S4.95; Foxbure. $7,842; Frank
lin, $2,207; Freedom and St. Clair borough, $166;
Greenville, $868: Homewood, $123; Jamestown,
$175; Kane, $370; Karns City. $141; Kendall
Creek, $105; Kittannlng, JS58; Knox, S461;
Knoxville, $236; Leechburg, $499; Mans
field and Cbartlers borongh. $448; Mer
cer, $735; Miles Grove, $104; Mlllerstown, $213;
Mononeahela City, $871; McDonald, $300; Na
trona, $447; New Brighton. $412; New Castle,
$1,810; New Cumberland. $478:New Wilmington.
$211; North Clarendon, $171; North East. $3S5;
OaWmont. $1,426; Oil City. $4,353; Parkersburg,
$697: Parker City, $152; Parnassus, $352; Port Al
legheny, $232; President, $100; Republic Lodge,
$120; Reserve Township, $1,240: Rochester, $188;
Huff's Dale. $100: Saltsburg, $200;. Scottdale,
$152: Sewlckley. $880; Sharon. $632; Sbarpsburg,
$1,991: Sharpsville. $964; Hmethport, $300: Spring
dale. $335: btoneboro, $128: Tidlonte, $603: Tio
nesta, $263; Titusville. $753; Uniontown, $3,618;
Verona, $436; Warren. $752; Washington, $1,819;
Waynesburg, $-V)2: West Alexander, $108; West
Brldgewater, $100; West Elizabeth. $137: West
Liberty, $123; West Newton, $245; Wrightsvllle,
Messrs. Kremer, Ogden and Beeves had a
conference with tbi Board of Inquiry in
Johnstown yesterday and examined into
other lines of the work, so as to be well
posted as to how the balance of the fund
shall be distributed. Governor Beaver and
Adjutant General Hastings will be at Johns
A GLASS AGENT'S mi NT.
It is Harder to Sell Now Than Ten Tears
Ago Light galea Made.
The glass drummers at the Monongahela
House willclose their exposition in a few
days, and leave for other places during the
latter part of the week: The boys usually
scatter after they leave Pittsburg. About a
dozen only of the original 29 agents are still
Said one of the agents: "I never did so
poorly in my life as I did this season. For
some reasons the 'sales have been light, and
we are correspondingly depressed. Ten
years ago it was a nienfe to-sell for aglass
house. I hardly ever went to see a bnyer
who didn't purchase from SO to 100 barrels
of glass. Before going into a town I usu
ally wrote down the name of the firm and
the shipping directions, so sure was I that
an order was waiting for me. But, alas,
the times have changed, and you have to
hustle now for your business..
"A number of new glass houses have been
built, and the competition is very close.
The freight rates from towns like Findlay
and Fostoria to the West are from 10 to 15
cents cheaper than from Pittsburg, and it
cannot be denied that this small difference
injures the trade here.
"The change in the administration also, I
think, has upset all the industries. It will
take a year or two to restore the confidence
of the people."
SDED FOR D1T0ECE.
An Echo of the Sensntlonnl Scene in Central
Hotel Last Jnne.
The disturbance at the Central Hotel last
June between Dr. W. D. Bankin and his
wife has culminated in a suit in court. Mrs.
Josephine H. Bankin has entered suit ask
ing for a divorce from Dr. Bankin on the
grounds ot infidelity. At the time of the
scandal the principal point was the alleged
intimacy between Mrs. Bankin and a prom
inent business man of McKeesport, After
the excitement a dispute arose between hus
band and wile. This resulted in the present
Dr. Sadler Fraudulently Personated Again.
Mrs. M. Jfereuson, of Parnassus, Mr. I.
T. Crouch, ot Venitia, Washington co., and
a gentleman from "Westmoreland co. report
men traveling in their neighborhood selling
glasses and personating Dr. Sadler, 801
Penn ave., or pretending to be his agent or
They pretend to be on the sick list, and
taking a country vacation for their health,
etc., etc. Their operations are mostly among
Dr. Sadler, 804 Penn ave., has no partners
or agents associated with him in any way
whatever, and can be found at his office
every week day, from 9 A. si. to 830 P. si.
These impostors can be prosecuted by those
defrauded, and the doctor will assist in
S4 75 TO NIAGARA FALLS AND RETURN
Tla Allegheny Taller R- H-, Saturday An
sa t 17.
Train of Eastlake and Pullman .palace
sleeping cars leaves Union station at 8:50 p.
St. (eastern standard time). Ticket good
for lour days returning.
REAL ESTATE SAVIN $ BANK. LIHL,
401 Bmlthfield Street, cor. Fourth Avenue.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $45,000.
Deposits of $1 and upward received and
interest allowed at 4 per cent. tts
IMPORTANT TO LADIES.
Seal Sacques Seal Jncket.
Ladies wishing their seal sacques redyed,
reshaped, relined or made into jackets,
wraps, or any repairs will find it to theirad
vantage to write or send their sacques to J.
G. Bennett & Co., fur manufacturers, cor
ner "Wood street and Fifth ave:, Pittsburg,
For $10, to-day, every customer can secure
a stylish suit of English serge, plain or silk
mixed cassimere or Scotch cheviot a splen
did suit. Remember, these bargains for to
day and to-morrow only two special days.
P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond its.,
opp. the new Court House.
Came to the Salt Department To-dar.
R4 harfrnlna p fQTTA In h.J. 4. &
on suits in children's suits and coats then
see the wonderful $4 00 jacket bargains.
Jos. Hokhe & Go's
Penn Avenue Stores.
CHEATED ALL 'BOUND.
How Uncle Sam is Taken Advantage
of by Mexico and England.
EOBBED IN LEAD AND SILVER.
Chas. A. Asnourner's Interesting; Talk on
A BUYER CONTENTION IS BT. L0DIS
Charles A. Ashburner, the geologist of
the Pennsylvania State Geological Survey,
has just returned to his Pittsburg office
from the "West, A Dispatch reporter got
him talking on two - important subjects
"The importation into the States of a
large amount of lead ore," said Mr. Ash
burner, "has become a question of very
great moment ont "West, "Why? Because a
large amount of lead ores are admitted free
into the States over the Mexican border, and
because the value of silver contained In the
ore is greater than the value of the con
tained lead. Thereby the mining of lead
silver ores in the United States has become
considerably injured. These ores can bo
mined cheaper in Mexico, because the grade
of labor is very low and the wages paid
would not give a respectable laborer in the
United StateB a decent living."
"What peculiarity oi the law permits
"Why, don't you Bee the spirit of the tar
iff act is to give perfect protection to the
mining ot lead ores in the United States
and levies an import tax on all foreign lead
ores. Silver and gold ores are admitted
free, and by the nullifying construction put
upon the act by the Treasury Department,
it is only necessary for an importer of lead
ores to mix such ores with higher grade or
silver ores, which makes the value of the
silver in one ton of ore greater than the
value or the lead. Thus the ton of ore comes
in free. The lead which this ore contains is
of course obtained much cheaper by the
smelter than he could possibly purchase
lead ores from the American miner. I con
sider this constructionof the law iniquitous,
and I hope that the next session of Congress
in Washington will take this matter into
consideration and bring relief.
STUDIES IN SILVER.
"However, I wanted to tell you something
about the silver question, which is now cre
ating quite a stir out West, inasmuch as its
consequences will not only have an influ
ence upon the mining of silver, but on
every manufacturing and commercial inter
est in the Union. I am thoroughly in sym
pathy with the idea that the entire country,
in all of its industries, is beginning to feel
the low price of silver. The demonetization
ot silver by the United States in 1873 has
been responsible for many subsequent dis
asters. Mr. Nichols, of the Senate Com
mittee on Mines and Mining, has stated
that since 1873, when the United States de
monetized silver,and.Great Britain demone
tized gold in India, the imports
of silver into India from Amer
ica, Mexico, etc., amounted to 558,011,088
ounces, equal to 17,437 tons of silver.
This silver Great Britain purchased for
$641,045,000 and coined it into rupees, hav
ing a face value of $124,845,000 more than
the silver cost. Now, why should not this
difference have been made by the citizens of
our country instead of England. The wheat
growers ot this country claim that this fact
has been largely instrumental in reducing
during the same period our wheat exports
from 153,252,795 bushels at $1 20 per bushel,
a reduction of 73 per cent in quantity and
33 per cent in bnshel value. During the
same period England has not only been able
to maintain the export price of her wheat.
INCREASED THE QUANTITY SHIPPED
to 50 bushels for every bushel shipped prior
to the demonetization ot silver. All throngh
the Western mining centers the people have
become aroused to the fact that there must
be a remedy given for this evil, which is
now sucking out every industry in the
country. There will be a silver convention
held in St. Louis in October, and the out
come of that convention is watched with
great interest by mining men. It is expect
ed that any action taken will be called to
the attention of the next session of Congress.
"But the question is also of the greatest
importance to all who suffer from the single
standard demonetization policy of England.
We all lose by the depreciation of silver.
To explain this in a simple manner just
note this: England comes over here and
buys her silver from us because we are the
largest exporters of silver.- Now we know
that a silver dollar is only worth 82 cents in
silver, consequently England only pays 82
cents for silver which has a face value of $1.
Then she goes over to India and coins it
into silver rupees equal to the value of $1.
By this scheme England makes 18 cents on
each silver dollar, which is a profit we
ought to keep ourselves."
Internal Scrofula Cared by Ln-cu-pl-n.
You can search medical records for a long
time before finding a more remarkable case
or more remarkable cure than that of Mrs.
John Smertz, of Pierpont, O. For 22 years
she had suffered terribly with stomach
trouble.. Then chronic diarrhea set in.
Then a fibrous tumor developed. Then a
cancer broke out on her face. Her physician
removed the tumor, but no physician or
medicine could cure the scrofula which
broke out in various blood diseases all
through her body. A copy of Dr. 'Hart
man's "Ills of Lite" led her to try La-cu-pi-a,
the great blood remedy. Before she had
taken one bottle, she says, she began to feel
like a new creature, and in a remarkably
short time her stomach trouble, her diar
rhea and her cancers had all disappeared.
She declares that Lacupia is the "greatest
medicine in the world." $1 a bottle. "Ills
of Life" sent free to any address by the
Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, O.
XXX, 1855, Pore Bye Whisky, full
quarts $2 00
I860, McKim's Pure Bye Whisky,
full quarts 3 00
Monogram, Pure Bye Whisky, full
quarts 1 75
Extra Old Cabinet, PureBye Whisky,
full quarts 1 50
Gibson's, 1879, Pure Bye Whisky, full
quarts 2 00
Gibson's Pure Bye Whisky, full
quarts 1 50
Guckenheimer Pure Bye Whisky, full
Guckenheimer Export,Pure Bye Whis
ky, full quarts 1 50
Moss Export, Pure Bye Whisky, full
quarts 1 25
1879 Export, Pnre Bye Whisky, full .
1880 Export. Pure Eye Whisky, full
quarts.. ............- ...... 1 00
For sale by G. W. Schmidt, Nos. 95 and
97 Fifth aye.
Use "Una" flour finest spring patent in
the world. "Golden Wedding" the best of
bread flours. "Duquesne" has no equal as
a pastry flour. Homing's "Ivory," gem of
all family flours.
Lace Curtain and Certain Materials Away
Now is the bargain harvest in our curtain
department. Jos. Hobne & Co. '8
Penn Avenue Stores.
Excursion rates to Valley Camp Fri
day, August 16. New England supper and
fair. Train leaves the Camp for city at 10
P. M. Tickets good to return Baturday.
car and highest skill.
how good taste,
A FAIR PK0SPE0T.
'The Exposition Bulld'log Are Rapidly Being
The Exposition buildings are fast ap
proaching completion. An army of work
men is at work. The management are having
a constant flow of applications for space,but
it will be impossible to accede to all the de
mands. Liberal rates will bo made by all
the railroads coming into the city.
Manager Johnson believes that the great
crowds that will flock to Pittsburg will
give an immense impetus to trade. All over
the city merchants are laying in heavy
stocks to meet the wants of the people.
There will be every kind of amusements
provided on the grounds.
Iron City College.
Of commercial colleges there are many,
but we know of no one which combines so
many recommendations as the Iron City
College of Pittsburg, corner of Sixth street
and Penn avenue. It has been in existence
constantly and successfully for more than 33
years. Nearly 23,000 students, from all the
States in .the Union, have availed them
selves of its ad vantages. Among its graduates
is a large proportion of the business men of the
citiesof Pittsburg and Allegheny. Convinc
ing evidence of the estimation in which the
institution is held is shown in the fact that
more than three-fourths of the students now
entering bring letter of introduction from
the graduates of former years. It is also
worthy of special notice that among the
students here are graduates of colleges and
normal schools. No literary institution can
give the peculiar and practical business
education supplied by Iron City College.
The superiority of this institution over
other commercial colleges will be apparent
at once from: (1) Its comprehensive and
thorough course of study and business train
ing; (2) Its actual business department
which secures to students all the advantages
of real business practice; (3) Practical
banking in which students are trained pre
cisely as they would be in a regular bank;
(4) Its shorthand and typewriting depart
ments, affording thorough practical instruc
tions in these specialties; (5) Its night ses
sions of three (3) hours' (630 to 9:30 P. M.)
duration, enabling those who are engaged
through the day to make profitable use of
their evenings; (6) The unremitting personal
attention of the principal, who. instead ot
being an ornamental figurehead, is the chief
instructor, devoting bis entire time to the
business of teaching; (7) The method of in
struction is not by classes, but by individ
uals, so that every student makes progress
according to his own ability and applica
tion, and is not dependent on others; (8)
The expenses are small, while the advan
tages are great; (9) This school has no vaca
tions is always in session and students
are admitted at any time; (10) Even if a
young man should not make book-keeping
his life work, the discipline and knowledge
obtained here will be invaluable, whatever
may be his pursnit
Therefore, we are free to commend Iron
City College to the patronage of all who
may desire to obtain the education which it
was established to impart. Let parents,
guardians and young men and women make
a note ot this. The claims of Iron City Col
lege are based on its merits which have been
confirmed by 'the results of many years.
Any desired information may be obtained
by'addressing J. C. Smith's Son, Iron City
College, Pittsburg, Pa.
Patronize Home Industry
By drinking Frjtaenheim & Vilsack's Pitts
burg beer. Itis a healthful and invigorat
ing beverage. Telephone 1186.
PrrrSBTOQ. Pa., August 5. 1889.
VTOnCE THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
XN the stockholders of the Pittsburg Forge
and Iron Company, will be held at the office of
the company. Tenth street near Penn avenue,
on TUESDAY, August 20. 1889 at 11 o'clock A.
St., for the election of directors for the ensuing
year, and for such other bnslness as may be
bronght before them. JAMES K. VERNER,
TBIDQE NOTICE U.S ENGINEER OF
J3 FICE, Louisville, Ky., August 10, 1889.
The Board of Engineers on the Louisville
bridge will meet in public session at MajorA.
Stickney's office, Louisville, Ky.,ou September
12, 1SS9, at 11 A. M local time, to hear argu
ments for or against the plan and location ot
the bridge proposed by the Lonlsville 'and Jef
fersonville Bridge Co. C. B. COMSTOCKi
Colonel of Engineers, President of the Board.
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TWO CHOICE SCHOOLS.
BROOKE HALL, for girls and young ladles.
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Moravian Boarding School for Boys at Naza
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leges, for teaching, for business. Young La
dles' Seminary Department. Fall term opens
Beptember 9. 1889. Hon. Thos. M. Marshall,
President Board of Trustees. Address J. WAR
REN LYTLE, Principal, No. 7 Fourth avenue.
PARK INSTITUTE FORMERLY PRE
PARATORY and commercial depart
ments of Western University. Three courses:
Classical, English and Business,lncludingshort
hand and typewriting. Business and shorthand
classes open to both sexes. Fall term opens Sep
tember 2 at No. 204 North avenue. Allegheny,
Pa. Office hours 9ta 11 a. m. Call or send for
prospectus. LEVI LUDDEN, A. M.. Principal.
. SIXTH STREET, PITTSBURG.
1,477 STUDENTS LAST YEAR.
Classical, Scientific, Ladles Seminary, Normal.
Musical, Elocutionary, Business College and
Shorthand departments. Send for new cata
logue. Correspondence with youncrpersons de
siring a better education respectfully solicited.
J AMES CLARK WILLIAMS, A. St. Pres't
THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE.
Fall senlon opens September 11. Eliminations
for admission September 10. New bulldlnrs and
equipment greatly Increase the facilities for In
struction" lu all departments. Courses In Anl
culturt. Chemistry, liotany and Horticulture,
ClvlU .Mechanical and .Electrical EuirlnecrlnK,
and In Ueneral Science and Modern Languages,
bpcclal courses for Ladies. Tuition free fifty
(Scholarships entitle the holders to fre room rent.
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THE PRESIDENT, State College, Center Co., Pa.
41 Seventh avenue,
Telephone 1344. se5-n0O-TTS
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ever saw for 23c 60c and 7&a apiece, at
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61 FOURTH AVENUE.
t&"Dirplay adveriUementi one dollar ptr
tquare for one imertton. Claxsified advertise
menu on thlt page tuch at Wanted, tor Sale,
To Let, etc, ten cents par ttne Jot each tnser
Hon, and none taken or leu than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
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publlo, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
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other transient advertisements will
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tion next morning:
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THOMAS MCCAFKKKY, SK9 Butler street
EMIL O. HTUCKKY, 24th street and Penn ave.
JE. G. STUCKEY A CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton St.
N. bTOKELY. Fifth Avenue Market House,
J. Vf. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenne.
MCALLISTEK & SHEIBLEB,tthav. A Alwood St.
JACOB 8POHN, No. 2 Carson street.
B. A. DONALDSON. 1707 Carson street.
A. 3, KAERCHEK, 50 Federal street.
H. J. McllKIDE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FKED H. EGGEK3. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EOOEK3 ft SON, Ohio and Chestnut lis.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENBY, Western and Irwin aves.
O. W. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PEKKYM. GLEIM. Kebtccaand Allegheny aves.
ANTED-2 GOOD TINNERS AT M7 CAB-
SON ST., Soatbslde, city. autt-49
ANTED STAIU BUILDER. INQUIKE
hju. suiu jrenu arc. auu xuiru Bfc., cur.
TTJANTED-A TIN ROOFER AND JOBBER
V at JOHN MCGABVEY'S, 72 Taf gart st,
V sober. Industrious boiler makers. REEVES
BROS.. Mies, O. aull-2
ITANTED-A BO Y TO LEARN THE BARBER
it trade: one with experience prelerred. Call
WANTED-MAN TO DRIVE AND TAKE
care of rarden: must be well recommended.
Apply at B27 LIBERTY STREKT. auH-4l
TITANTED-A TINNER AND SHEET IRON
TV worker. Inquire DE HAVEN & CO., cor.
Preble and Stanton aves., Allegheny. aul5-S3
TTANTED-THREE OB FOUR GOOD STONE
V CUTTERS Immediately. Inquire of
WADE, at the Dispatch office, for Information.
TTANTED EXPERIENCED TOBY AND
It cigar rollers; also bunch, breakers. Apply
atfsctory, Oblo ave.. Woods Run. Allegheny.
UNION AMERICAN CIGAR CO. L1M. aulVO)
"TTANTED AXLE HAMMERMEN - FOUR
.TV first-class workmen can find Immediate
employment by applying, with reference, to
ROBT. H. BOLE, Room XO, Penn Building, aull-2
TTJANTED-A SOBER. RESPONSIBLE MAN
TV in wholesale liquor store for delivery
wagon; none need apply who cannot furnish
reference. Apply at Ml FIFTH AVE., city.
TTrANTED-SALESMEN TO SELL A PATENT
TV ledger, advertising cards, rans, calendars,
rulers, novelties for advertising, etc.. to mer
chants. MODEL LEDGER CO., South Bend. ind.
WANTED GENTLEMEN IN PITTSBUBG
and outside; salary S20; must be able to
write: no soliciting; send 10 cents for circulars
and contracts. Address Q, 123 Erie St., Cleveland,
T1TANTED-ENGINEER TO RUN ENGINE
TV for hoisting stone, brick, iron, etc.: must
be a man who has had experience In that line of
work. Call COR, AMBERSON AVE. AND
"WESTMINSTER ST. auU-83
-TTTANTED AGENTS TOSELL TEA. BAKING
TV powder and pure spices: gifts with goods:
coke workers, miners or millmvn can makemoney
In their spare time. YAMASHlitO TEA CO., S3
Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa. Ja2S-8s-TTS
-rrTANTED-A MAN OF BUSINESS APPLI
W CATION, located ouUlde Pittsburg, to
act for established house in his State. Liberal
salary to right party. References exchanged.
MANUFACTURER, Lock Box 1810, N. X.
-TfJANTED-A FEW RELIABLE MEN TO
T V sell goods on Installments; salary and com
mission wQl be paid to those who can give good
XXirrCUCFB. AppiV DCU SUDQdr. M. 10 Uill
McKEOWN, No. 635 Bmlthfield St., 2d floor front,
TsTANTED-AGENTS TO SOLICIT ORDERS
I IT. for our celebrated oil portraits; the finest
.made: no experience required: beginners earn
fSOaweek; S2 outfit tree; send for full particulars;
a rare chance. SAFFORD ADAMS CO., 44
Bond St., New York. aulO-31-D
T1TANTED BAD WRITERS AT SMART'S
V ECLECTIC SHORTHAND AND BUSI
NESS COLLEGE, 4 Sixth street. Pittsburg: pen
manship, bookkeeping, arithmetic shorthand,
typewriting thoroughly taught for S5 permontb:
private instructions for both sexes; open dally 9
A. M. to 9 r. x. auio-rrssu
WANTED-SALESMEN-WE WISH A FEW
men to sell our goods by sample to the
wholesale and retail trade; on salary: largest
manufacturers In our line; Inclose 2c stamp: wages
13 per day; permanent position; money advanced
jor wages, aaverusing,
M'F'G. CO., Cincinnati. O.
or wages, advertising, etc. CENTENNIAL
TTTANTED-TRAVELING SALESMEN. SEND
T V your address and reference to KEYSTON E
MFOCO. (Inc.), Glrard. Erie county. Pa., and
they wUl mall you, free, a full outfit. Including
model, of an article that sells readily to the trade
In every town and city, and upon which they will
fay you a liberal commission; whole outfit weighs
TTTA.NTED MAN-TO TAKE AGENCY OF
TV our safes: slse 28x18x18 inches; weight 600
lbs. : retail price 3o; otherslzesln proportion; rare
chance to create permanent business at home:
these safes meet demand never before supplied by
other safe companies, as we are not governed by
the Safe Pool. ALPINE SAFE CO., Cincinnati. O.
WANTED COMPETENT MAN WHO IS
thoroughly familiar with the manufacture
of iron bridges and experienced In the manage
ment of men, to act as assistant superintendent
of bridge shops: will pay right party fair
salary on year's engagement. Address,
with full particulars as to experience
and references as to ability and character, A.J.
LULLOCK, Prop. Mo. Valley Bridge and Iron
W'ks, Leavenworth, Kas. auS-4S
-TJITANTED-AOENTS TO SEE THE "PAB
YV NELL MOVEMENT;" the greatest political
movement of modern times, with a history of
Irish parties from 1843, containing a full account of
the great trial Instigated by the London "Times."
and giving a complete history or the home rule
struggle from its Inception to the suicide of
Plgott. ty Thomas Power O'Connor, member of
Ittrllament: fine steel portraits of the great
leaders. Apply at once to P. J. FLEMING, 77
Diamond St., Pittsburg, Pa. aulO-12
-TiTTANTED-GOOD COOK (GERMAN OlRL
V preferred). 141 SHEFFIELD ST., Alle
TJXANTEU-TWO LADIES TO DO NEWS
TV PAPER work; must be well acquainted In
the city and vicinity. J.R. CUTTER, 103S Penn
avenue. Room 2. anU-86
Dfole and Peuiale Heln.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY MALE COOK,
pastry cook. 4 dining room girls, 2 laundry
girls, chambermaids and scrub girls, 60 cooks, ICO
house girls, child's nurse, sewing glrL MEE
HAN 'S, S46 Grant st. aulS-D
WANTED COOK AND CHAMBERMAID
for small famllv, laundresses, cooks, cham
bermaids, dining room girls, nurses, house girls,
German and colored girls, waiters, drivers, farm
bands. MRS.E. THOMPSON, 608 Grant at.
WANTED - KS WEEKLY-REPRESENTATIVE,
male or female. In every community;
goods staple: household necessity; sell at sight: no
peddling; salary paid promptly, and expenses ad
vanced. Full particulars and valuable sample
case free: we mean JUEt what we say. Addressat
once STANDARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston.
WANTED-BITUATION BY FRENCHMAN
and wife; can't speak English, understand
lta little: wife to work about bouse and cook;
man to drive and take care of horses. Address
XAVlElt DUCOTEY, 1605 Carson St. aulS-60
WANTED-A BUSINESS THAT YOU "WISH
to extend: a scheme or speculation that Is
reasonable that you wish to develop and need more
capital. It so, address for Interview, O., 493, Dis
patch office. aulS-52
WANTED BUSINESS INTEREST FORSALE
In one of the finest and moss completely
arranged establishments In Allegheny City; trade
most refined and lucrative: long lease on build
ing: competition nowhere: location tbe choicest.
Only those meaning business need address BUS.
INTEREST, Dispatch office. auli-91
Hoarders nnd Lodeers.
WANTED-MAN AND WIFE TO TAKE
small new house In Allecbeny, newly fur
nished. In best localltv. or two centlemen for
furnlsnrd second story front rooms. Address M.
.. Dispatch office. aul9-48
TaTANTKD-PABTSER-WlTH U,000 CAPI
YY TAL to take half Interest In well estab
lished light manufacturing business In this city;
closest investigation Is asked. All particulars
from W. W. MCNEILL & BRO., lot Fourth ave.
WANTED-KOOMS AND BOARD IN FIRST
CLASS boarding house or private family for
man. wife, j two children of 4 and 10 years, with
nurse. Address BOARD AND ROOMS, Dispatch
-TT7"ANTED-5CO TO t00,000 TO LOAN ON
VV mortgages: 4K. Sand 8 per cent. JAMES
W. DRAPE 4 CO.. 129 Fourth are., Pittsburg.
-TTTANTED-MORTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
VV In sums to suit at Mi, S and 6 per cent.
ALLES A BAILEY, 1J4 Fourth are. Tel. 167.
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over f 1,000; 4), per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER CO.. H2 Fourth avenne.
VV In large and small amounts at 4k, a and S
tt in jarge ana smau amounts at
ler cent, free of State tax: no delay.
per ecu i, iree oi mate tax: no delay, jc i
wiLiii L.O., 131 Fourth ave.
WANTEUTO LOAN 350.000 ON MORT
GAGES In amounts to suit. In city or coun
try, at 44 to S per cent, as to security: no delay.
SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO., 89 Fourth ave.
TTANTED-TO LOAN 8500,000. IN AMOUNTS
V V of 83, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on AH percent, free or tax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and c per cent. BLACK A BAIRD,
95 Fourth avenue. se21-d28-D
TTJANTED-MOKTGAGES-II, 000, 000TO LOAN
VV on city and suburban properties at 4)4, tand
6 per cent, and on laaas In Allegheny and aqja-
ceufc cvuaues at opcr cenw a. ml. rjuj-.vs.jx a
SON, 105 Fourth avenne.
WANTED-TO LOAN f200,O0O ON MORT
GAGES: tlOO and upward at per cent;
1500,000 at 4)4 per cent on residences or business
property: also In adjoining counties. S. H.
iHKS OH. 125 Fourth avenue. oc3I-e84-D
WANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
dosen (13) of Stewart A Co.'s fine cabinet
photos for II, at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
TTT-ANTED-EYERTBODY TO BEND THEIR
VV furniture needing upholstering, repairing
and reflnlshlng to HAUGH KEENAN, 33 and
34 Water st. 'Phone 1628. aul4
WANTED HOME BY A WELL-RAISED
girl or 15 years; able and willing to work
at once In a small, well-to-do Protestant family.
Address A. B. N., Dispatch office. au!5-89
WANTED-TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one in the club at 91 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX SOL and I will call and snow you tbe watch.
use of tbe phonograph and phonograph
graphaphone taught at the WESTERN PENN A.
PHONOGRAPH CO.'S, 148 Fifth ave.; situations
will be secured for educated operators.
-VTJANTED-BY PEARSON. LEADING PHO
VY TOGRAPHER, 98 Fifth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at fl 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous nrocess. mhl3-63
FOH SALE IMPROVED HEAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-CLIFF ST., AN ELEGANT 10
room residence, 2-story brick with all mod
ern Improvements; lot 42x147. J. C REILLY. 77
Diamond st. aull-M-TTSSu
FOR SALE-BARGAIN ON LOGAN ST. NEAR
Fifth avenue. 2-story brick dwelling, 7
rooms, both gases: with very little expense this
can be made a comfortable home. J. C REILLY,
77 Diamond st, aull-64-rrssu
FOR SALE-BLUFF ST., NEAE COLLEGE,
new brick house, 8 rooms, ball, bathroom,
finished basement; all late Improvements; lot 23
ft. 9 In. by 133 ft.: terms to suit, ROBT. COW
ARD, No. 20 Bluff St. avl-S7-TTSSU
FOR SALE-2-STORY BRICK DWELLING IN
First ward with Immediate possession If de
sired: will sell with small cash payment and bal
ance payable In monthly payments if desired.
C. H. LOVE, S3 Fourth ave. aul4-I8
FOR SALE-ONLY S3.000-SEYERAL NO. I
brick dwellings on l'wenty-slxth St., South
side, each containing six rooms and finished
attic hall, vestibule natural gas, good cellar,
etc: very liberal terms: small cash payment, bal
ance as rent, and only one square from proposed
cable line. BLACK A BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
Eoat End Resdaesce.
FOB SALE-ON ROUP ST-2-STORY FRAME
house of 9 rooms, 8-foot hall and vestibule,
front porch: lot 48x161 to alley: 19.500. THOS.
LIGGETT, 114 Fourth are. aulS-TO-is, 16, 17. 12.21.21
IOR SALE-ON THE CORNER OF TWO GOOD
streets In East Liberty,, rood brick house of 8
rooms and laundry; lot 53x123: price 112.000.
THOS. A, LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave.
aul5-70-15, 16, 17, 19, 21, 23
FOB SALE ON FILBERT ST.. E. E., TWO
story frame house, 6 rooms, ball, front and
hack porches: lot 30x110: price 13,000; terms to
suit. THOS. LIGGETT, IHFourth ave.
FOR BALE-ON EUCLID AVE.. E. E., TWO
story frame house of 3 rooms, front and hack
norches. cemented cellar, laundrv on rear of lot;
lot 4UX53; price 82,450. THOS. LIGGETT. 114
Fourth ave. aulS-71-TTBSu
FOR BALE "WINEB1DDLE AVE. 2 MINUTES
from Ben Venue station, nearly new 2-story
frame, 7 rooms; bath, laundry and reception
room, front and rear porches; fot 30x150. J. C
JIEILLY, 77 Diamond st. auU-64-rrssn
FOR BALE TWO SMALL HOUSES AND
lots at Shadyslde, near R. R. station and
cable cars; lot 36KX137 feet to an alley; price only
(3,000. Terms, etci from J AS. W. DRAPE A
CO., 129 Fourth ave.. Pittsburg. aul5-73
FORSALE ON 8UMMERLEAST..E.E..NEW
2-story mansard, reception ball and 11 rooms,
front and back porches, good cellar: all the
modern Improvements: lot 48x161: only 87,500,
THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth avenue.
aul5-70-15. 16. 17, 13.21,23
FOR SALE-FOR 86.750 A HEW MODERN
brick house desirably located In the East
End, near steam and Fifth ave. cable line; 9
rooms: late Improvements; terms easy. W. A.
HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
auU-59-15, 17.20, 24, 27,30
TJIOR SALE IN THE EAST END-HOUSE AND
JC lots on Marchand street extension, near
Dennlson and Penn avenues; lots 75X125 feet and
good frame dwelling thereon; price only 84,500:
easy payments. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., V3
Fourtn avenue, iritisourg.
FOR SALE-A PRETTY. NEW QUEEN ANNE
house In the East End of 9 rooms, reception
hall, ranee, hath, laundry, complete In all re
spects; close to P. R..R. ; elegant lot 50x100; paved
street and well sewered; (1,000 down, balance
on time. BLACK & BAIRD. 95 Fourth ave.
T70R SALE-HANDSOME B-ROOMED HOUSE
JD and beautiful lot, 43x135 feet, on Frailer St.,
Dallas. This Is a fine property, handsomely lo
cated, as Frazler st. Is now open and on line of
proposed electric read. We offer this bargain at
H.200. MELLON BROTHERS, 6349 Station St.,
E. E. aull-108-TTSu
OR SALE-ON COR. EDWIN AND EL WOOD
sts.. lot 55x13) to 20-foot allev: new frame
house, reception hall, parlor, dlnfng room and
kitchen, 3 good rooms and bath room on second
floor, and finished attic of 2 rooms; basement,
laundry, hardwood mantels, sliding doors, ele
gant front and side porch; about 2 minutes from
Fifth ave. cable line: 86.750: terms easy. THOS.
LIGUETT, No. Ill Fourth ave. aulS-72-TTSSU
F)R SALE PARTIES LOOKING FOR
houses cannot find a more desirable sltnatlqn
than Oakland square: the greater number or the
durably built, handsomely finished new dwellings
erected there have been sold within the past sixty
days; asphalt pavements, natural ana artificial
gas. a beautiful park planted with sbade trees,
and convenience to the city, being hut 20 minutes
by Pittsburg Traction road, are among the ad
vantages. Prices. 6,500and (6,700, on easy terms.
Apply to C. H. CHANCE, on tbe premises.
FUR SALE-THE RESIDENCE OFC.C. WATT.
, situated on Ivv street, Bbadyslde; only 3
minutes walk from Fifth ave. cable line and 5
minutes from Roup station, P. R.R., a pretty Queen
Anne frame dwelling of S rooms, hall, range. bath,
inside tw. c stationary wasbstands. pantry,
laundry, furnace. 'etc. In fact a very complete
house, with lot 49xm feet, planted with trees and
shrubbery. This property will be sold at a bar
gain, tbe owner havlngremoved from the city.
Full particulars can be obtained at the office of
BLACK A BAIRD, 93 Fourth ave. 3A au!5-5!
lOR SALE-FEDERAL STREET. NEW ELEC
TRIC road extension, a beautiful. larce. dou
ble frame dwelling; natural gas, city and spring
water, etc : large lot well improved, has fruit of
all kinds; will sell cheap. Call at 95 Fourth ave.
BLACK A BAIRD. 2H-148 aul3-78
T7IOR 8ALE-AT BRUSHTON STA., P. R, K..
JD only fi 600. on easy payments, aneathouse, S
rooms: fot 03x132 ft. : this is cheap. W. A. HER
EON A SONS, 0 Fourth ave. aul3-53-rrs
FOR SALE A GOOD DWELLING AND
large lot at Crafton: convenient to railroad sta
tion: 8 nice rooms: 3 porches: good water: natural
gas: fine lot, 53x150 feet: abundance of fruit; stable
and out-bulldlngs: price only 83,500: very cheap;
only 2 minutes from station. JAS. W. DRAPER
CO., 129 Fourth avenue. Pittsburg. aulS-73
TTIOR SALE HITHnKBAN RESIDENCE IN
JJ borough, 12 acres. 870 feet front on principal
avenue, on good macadamized road: never falling
snlincrand well of nnrest water: larire. beautiful
brick dwelling, slate roof, marble mantels. Inside
w. c, bath, laundry, pantry, natural and Illumin
ating gases; best' fruited place In the country: a
bargain. W. H. HESELBARTH. Beat Estate
Agent, 121 Wabash St., West End, city.
T7WR SALE NEAT DWELLING HOUSE AND
JD 2 acres of ground on Hue of railroad near
the city: dense cover of fruit and sbade trees;
copious flow of pure water, always cool: 7 rooms
In dwelling, smaU room, observatory, a porches,
vestibule and hallwav, dry cellar, natural gas,
marble mantels and In prime order throughout,
stable and carriage bouse poultry bouse and
other outbuildings, a beautiful place, pure
air, fine elevation and wide expanse of
scenic grandeur, only 3 minutes' walk from
railroad station: monthly ticket 84 75; this, prop
erty Is wovth looking at. Foil Information from
Sersonal examination will be given at our office.
AMES W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth ave.
FOR BALE LOTS.
TTIOB BALK-BEAUTIFUL BUILDING BITE
JD at Edgewood. P. R. B 100x200 feet; level and
within 2 minute' walk from station; reasonable
price and easy terms. BLACK A BAIRD, H
Fourth ave. 3-A, 7 auU-76
FOR SALE LOTS.
TJIOR SALE-LOTS ON BLUFF AND VICEROY
JD sts., near college; term to suit. ROBT.
COWARD. 20 Bluff St. aul-87-TTSSa
FOR SALE-LOTS-MT. WASHINGTON.VERY
nice; one fronting 40ft on Natchez st. by2C0
ft, to Belonda: price tl,O50; 1100 down, balance long
tune. J. C. REILLY. 77 Diamond st.
FOB SALE-LOW-IN FIRST WARD, A LOT
wlthover5,000squarefeet, wellsulted for a
large warehouse or a light manufacturing Site;
terms easy if desired. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth
East End Lot.
FOR SALE-R00 WILL BUY A CHOICE LOT
In Villa Park plan on terms to suit purchasers;
send for colored plan, lust Issued. JOHN F.
BAXTER. Agent, 512 Bmlthfield st. anl5-55-Ths
FOR SALE-83.S50-CENTEH AVE., E.E., LOT
50x200 feet, t minutes' walk from Roup sta
tion: very desirable location; good neirhborhood;
enhancement certain: terms easy. SAML. VV.
B LACK ft CO.. S9.Fourth ave an 15-87
FOR SALE-OAKLAND. ABOUT ONE ACRE
of ground fronting on the line of the new
cable loop: this property will double In value,
and can be had at a bargain if sold at once. REED
B. COYLE ft CO.. No. Ml Fourth ave. aul5-6
FOB SALE-LOTS IN THE BAUM GROVE
plan, which will give yon a handsome profit
or make you a beautiful borne; 840 and JO per foot
forlots, and no chargo for Improvements. MEL
LON BROS.. East End, or JOHN F. 3AXTER,
Agent.512 Bmlthfield st. aull-71-MTh
T7IOR SALE-t7t5C0 CENTER AVE. LOT. NEAR
JD and east of Roup St., 100x200 feet: this Is one
of tbe most desirable lots on the avenue; fine ele
vation, and onlv I minutes' walk from P. R. R.
statlou: easy terms; a bargain. SAMUEL W.
BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave aul5-81
FOR SALEWAND 50 FEET FRONT AND 100
to 150 feet deep, on Negley and Center aves..
Amber. Sti Clair, Euclid and Baum sts,, in tbe
Baum grove plan: are reached by 44 trains eacn
way and two cable lines. MELLON BROS., Eut
End, or JOHN F. BAXTER, 812 Bmlthfield st.
IOR SALE-875 00 A FOOT FRONT-STUDY
well this offer: handsome, larire corner lots
in Orchard plan, situated on RIppey St.; this lo
cation Is between Hlland and Negley aves., both
of which are now paved, RIppey st. being also
pavea. ana an sewers, gas ana wiierwcnru;
where can these prices be duplicated In finest lo
cation and for Improved property? MELLON
BROTHERS, 6349 Station at., E. E. aull-lOS-TTSU
IOR SALE THE CHEAPEST LOTS1NALLE
(lirKSY. located on Nunnerv H11L easllv
reached: call or send for clans: terms easy. W.
A. HERRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
aul4-99-14, IS, 17, 20, 22, 24, 27, 29. 31
FOR SALE-LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues and Lombard street. Allegheny, In
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH McNAUGHER, 43 N. Diamond St.
FOR -SALE LOTS ON THE HENDERSON
property. Nunnery Hill. Allegheny, have
now taken a start, and are moving right along:
plans and prices at this offlce; we guarantee a good
title. A. LEGGATE ft SON, 31 Federal St.. Alle
FOR SALE-PERRYBVILLE AND DAISY'
ave., near head of Charles St., Tenth ward.
Allegheny, at auction, Saturday, Aug. 17. at 2
o'clock P. X.. Pentecost, Simpson ft Rarcorte
plan, 4 desirable building lots; city water; elec
tric cars. A. J. PENTECOST, 413 Grant st,
FOR SALE ATTRACTIVE SALE, PERRYS
VILLE ave., on the Watson place plan, com
mencing at the car house, rear Watson circle,
beautiful building sites 50x125 and 50x200; terms H
cashtbal. 1, 2, and 3 years. Monday. August 26. at
2 o'clock r. M. A. J. PENTECOST, Auctioneer,
413 Grant st. au!3-74
TTIOR SALE-FARM 155 ACRES ON SHENAN
JD GO. near Sharon and Middlesex station; 2
railroads in sight: no better land for all purposes;
house, barn and other buildings: 845 per a., worth
870. ED. W1TTISH.410 Grant St., Pittsburg. Pa.
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR BALE A NEW ENTERPRISE WHICH
can be started in all towns. For full partic
ulars address E. L. MARTIN, Decatur. 111. au9-40
FIR SALE -AN INTEREST IN AN OIL WELL
now drilling, adjoining two large producing
wells. Address FARMER, Dispatch offlce.
FOR SALE-BOARDING HOUSE-GOOD LO
CATION, good business, furniture, good
will, etc Further Information Inquire ot ALLES
ft BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167. aul0-92
FOR SALE-DON 'T LET THIS OPPORTUNITY
slip, buy now and make money: several very
choice cheap grocery stores, bakeries, drygoods
and notion stores, fnrnlshedhouse full of roomers,
very profitable large bakery and confectionery
business, cigar stores, feed store, milk depot,
restaurant and dining room, printing office,
shoestores, etc : will exchange good grocery store
In city for building lot. Free particulars. SHEP
ARD ft CO., 54 Fifth ave. au9
R SALE-COR. ROSS AND FIRST AVE
NUE. Dronertr that will ccrtalnlr enhance
In value, and will rav 6 ner cent net on the nrlce
asked. W. A. HERRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
FOK SALE-THE NORTHSIDE GRAIN AND
teed elevator and warehouse, corner North
and Irwin avenues, Allegheny, Pa., with all fur
nlshments: a bargain to the right party. Address
J. V. HUTCHINSON, New Brighton, Pa.
FOR SALE-FOURTH AVE. COR. ROSS. A
i)i story frame building containing store
room and a large number of dwelling rooms; easy
terms and low price. Call at othec tor full partic
ulars. BLACK ft BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave., G 90.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Hones. Vehicle. Live Stock. fce.
TTIOR SALE-FOR WANT OF USE-2 MEDIUM
JD size mules. Apply at 227 SECOND AVE.,
cor. Try St. au9-39-D
FOR SALE PAIR BAY GELDINGS IS
bands, 4 years old. show a 40 gait single show
full mile In 2:50 or better to pole: sound and very
stylish: also gentleman's single roadster, shows a
2:40 gait. BALDWIN ft ELLSWORTH, Washing
ton, Pa. au!4-4
fllachlnerv ana metals.
FOK SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
and refitted: repairing promptly attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY ANDMACH1NECO..LIM.,
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29
TTWB SALE NOW ONE SECOND-HAND
JD tenoning machine 2 surface planers and 1
sbaper, and new and second-hand engines, boilers,
lard kettles, tar tanks. Sli'men valves, castings,
etc VELTE ft MCDONALD, Thirty-second st.
and Penn ave. )y21-9l-TTS
PITTSDCRO. August 9, 18S9.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN.THAT THE
assessment lor tbe grading and caving of
Natrona alley, from Fifty-second street to Mc
Candless avenue, is now ready for examination
and correction, and will remain In this office
for ten (10) days,af ter which it will be returned
to tne City Treasurer for collection,
E. M. BIQELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
SEALED PROPOSAL8 WILL BE RE
CEIVED at the offlce of the City Con
troller until Friday, August 16, 1889. at 2 o'clock
p. M.. for tbe erection of a police station In
the Thirty-sixth ward. Plans and specifications
can be seen at tbe offlce of the Superintendent
ot tbe Bureau ot Police. Bonds in double the
amount of bids will be required, said bonds to
be probated before the Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department ot Awards reserves the right
to reject any or all bids. J. O. BROWN,
Chief of the Department of Public Safety.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-SEALED
proposals will be received at tbe Burgess'
offlce la the boroneh of Greensburjr. Pa., until
12 o'clock noon,AUGUST 17, A. D., 1889, for the
erection of a main brick and stone sewer in
and upon Coal Tar rue. In said borough, being
about 1,450 feet long. Plans and specifications
can be seen at any time at my offlce in said
borough. Bidders will come and see lor them
selves and tbe right to reject any and all bids Is
reserved. CYRUS T. LONG.
an7-35-D Borough Engineer.
Notice to Civil Engineers.
Sealed proposals will be received by the
committee until MONDAY, the 19th day of
August, A. D. 1889. at 4 v. SL, for the surveying
and establishing the grades, drawing of plans,
etc, for tbe boroneh of Tarentnm, Pa.
Specifications and old plans can be seen at
Fleming & Ester's drugstore. Tbe committee
reserves the right to reject any or all bids.
G. R. HAYDEN. )
H.H. KENNEDY, Committee.
G. T. OWENS. J
Tarentum, Pa., July 19, 1889. anll-21-D
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received at the
office ot the City Clerk of the city ot Sterling,
Illinois, for furnishing materials and doing tbe
work of constructing a portion ot the Avenue
"B" sewer system, and connections and appur
tenances thereto. Tbe work will comprise, ap
proximately, the following:
L0O0 lineal feet of 48-lnch brick sewer; 6,000
lineal feet of pipe sewer f rom 8 in. to 24-in. in
diameter, together with tbe catch basins, man
holes, catch basin and manhole covers, etc, as
shown in plans.
The bids for furnishing pipe, and for the best
Akron cement, to be made separately. The
whole ot the work to be completed not later
than Nor. L 1889, Plans and specifications
may be seen at the offlce of tbe City Clerk.
All bids must be in tbe hands of the City
Clerk, J.F.Barrett, oa or before August 19,
The Council reserve tbe right to reject any
or all bids.
By order of Com. oa Streets and Alleys.
TO LET-NO. 8 LINDEN STREET. ALLEGHENY-A
new house of 7 rooms, in fine or
der; late Imnrovements; f2S per mo. " . A. HLK
RON ft SONS. 80 Fourth avev, anll-72-MTT
Offices. Deik Room, dtc
TO LET-WELL L1GBTED OFFICE. NEWLT
painted: elevator, janitor service and.al
modern conveniences. Apply to GER3IANIA
SAVINGS BANK, 423 Wooajtreet. e23-68-D
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH. BUILD-.
IN G, 75. 77 and 79 Diamond street, twoofth
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be found in tbe
city; rent, ran and 8300 per annum. Including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam heating.
Apply between 10 A. m. and 1 r. it., or between
2 and 4 r. M. J 723-67
TO LET-ART GALLERY IN PEOPLE'S
Bank Building, McKeesport. Pa., Mr. Jlo
meyer the former tenant havlngdled;an excellent
opportunity Is hereby presented to a good artist;
ior further particulars call on JAMES L. DB
.ONG, Real Estate Agt., In the Bank Building.
PERSONAL-BOOKS! BOOKS I BOOKSI
New and old, ancient and modern, standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30.000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 900
Liberty St. an3-98
PERSONAL-WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIFE,
mother or daughters In renalrlng and clean
ing your old clothes, when It can be done for a
trifle by DICKSON, the Tailor, cor. FtRh ave.
and Wood St.. second flsorr Charges moderate;
facilities unsurpassed: salts madeto order: spring
styles now readv. 'lelenboneUSK. mhS
dog. black hack, yellow breast, white be
tween forelegs. 2 reward will be paid If re
turned to No. 22 EIGHTEENTH STREET, city.
BY HENRY AUCTION COMPANY.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS, PIANO, ETC., AT
FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18,
At 10 o'clock, entire furnisbment of an East
End residence moved to the rooms for sale.
Stelnway piano forte, large mirrors. Hover bed
sofa, wardrobes, chamber suits In walnut, oak
and mahogany; parlor suits in plush, tapestry
and haircloth: bookcases, desks, sideboards, bu
reaus, washstands.beds teads,chairs.rockers.din
ner sets, toiletsets,chlnaandglassware,Brnssels
and ingrain carpet, large lot of linoleum, pil
lows, bolsters, mattress springs and bedding,
lot of bats, caps and notions.
Sale positive, owner leaving the city.
HENRY AUCTION COMPANY.
E. D. WILT MANAGER.
Week beginning MONDAY, AUGUST la.
MATINEE SATURDAY ONLY.
The only legitimate Minstrel Company la
Direct from their own Theater, Broadway,
Nfiw York. Seats now on sale anlS-97
Last series at home until Aug. 28.
NEW YORKS VS. ALLEGHENYS.
Train at 3:40.
Game at 4 p. jc
A Royal Pass. aul3 57
S ARRIS' THEATER
ry afternoon and evening the great mora,
TEN NIGHTS IN A BARROOM.
W. F. McCoobt. Solicitor.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
letters testamentary on the estate of
Samuel Palmer, deceased, have been granted
to tb undersigned, to whom all debts dne said
estate must be paid and all claims against the
same mnst be presented at once. JAMES W.
BROWN. Howe. Brown t Co.. Limited, Penn
avenue. Seventeenth street, Pittsburg.
W. F. McCook. Solicitor.
-VI-OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
L application will be made to tbe Governor
ot Pennsylvania, on FRIDAY. Au trust 30, 1889,.
by William Doyle, James M. Bailey, William
McMillan. Edward Hogan, William C. King
and Augustus H. Heisey under the act of As
sembly, entitled "An act to provide for tbe in
corporation and regulation of certain corpora
tions," approved April 29, 1874, and the sup
plements thereto, tor tbe charter of an intend
ed corporation to be called Pittsburg Clay Pot
Company, the character and object of which is
the manufacture of clay pots and other articles
made from fire clay, and for these purposes to
have, possess and enjoy all the rights, benefits
and privileges of said act of Assembly and sup
plements thereto. anS-62-7
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
XN application will be made to the Governor
of Pennsylvania on Friday. August 23, 1889, by
William Doyle, James M. Bailey, Thomas
Evans, Edward Hogan, William C King and
Augustus II. Heisey, under the act of Assem
bly, entitled "An act to provide for the Incor
poration and regulation of certain corpora
tions," approved April 29, 1874, and the supple
ments thereto, tor the charter of an intended,
corporation to be called Pittsburg Clay Pot
Company, the character and object of which la
the manufacture of clay pots and other articles
from fire clay, and for these purposes to have,
possess and enjoy all tbe rights, benefits and
privileges of said act of Assembly and supple
ments thereto. W. F. McCOOE, Solictor.
The first purchasers are getting the choicest,
lots as well as the most favorable inducements,
as the owners are determined to make tnesa
lots seU. The sales made and the Interest
aroused are a good indorsement of the bargain,!
Lots are 25 to 60 ft. wide by 125 to 178 deep, at
Swissvale station and 5 minutes from Edge
wood station; 82 trains daily, sidewalks, natural
gas. water mains, electric lights, graded publlo.
schools, stores, etc
Prices, $100 to 11,000; terms, 10 to $50 down,
and balance on weekly or monthly payments 1C
desired. Very liberal Inducements to par
chasers who commence building at once.
Locate your home or make your investments
here where valnes are increasing and profits
correspondingly certain. You know the moss
marked Improvement in real estate has been,
along the line of the incomparable Pennsyl
Our representative will be on the ground Sat
urday, Monday and Thursday.
SAM'L W. BLACK & CO.,
99 FOURTH AVENUE.
Of all kinds of wearing appareL such as dresess,
tea gowns and wrappers. Also Turkish, Mad
ras and portier curtains, lambrequins, table
covers, mantel scarfs, tidies and all other tex
tile fabrics dry cleaned at the
BIXTH AVENUE DYE WORKS,
M. MAY SONS & Co.
66 SIXTH AVE.
Goods called for and delivered. jell-TTS
81 AND 83 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-7-D
J. A. JACOBS,
86 Fourth avenue,
sulS-67-rrs Pittaburg; Paw
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B ARROWS fc OSBOURNE
. .. - 90 Diamond ttreat.
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