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THE EETTSBtTRG -DISPATCH, FiJESAY,v AUGUST 20, 188&
THEIR LAST OPTION.
That English Syndicate to Get Figures
From One More Brewery.
MISTAKE ABODT THE CAPITALISTS.
letters From People DeJiring to Bell Tkeir
ONE OP THEM A PITTSBUEG CONCERN
John J. O'Eeilly, the Pittsburg agent of
the English syndicate who want to bur all
the breweries in this city, 'will secure the
last option to-day and forward it to his
employers in New Yorsu
This will make the fifteenth option Mr.
O'Kcilly has secured, and he now has fig
ures on every brewery in the county. He
estimates the IS to be worth between $9,000,
000,000 and $10,000,000, and says the syndi
cate will close them out, if the expert ex
aminer, who will arrive here within a few
days, says they are worth the money. In
speaking of the matter last night, Mr.
''The interview published in The Dis
patch last Saturday morning traveled all
over the country, and shows how the paper
is read. To-day I received six propositions
to conduct negotiations for parties who
wish to sell their different business plants to
the English syndicate. One of these was a
Pittsburg manufacturing concern whose
WANT TO SELL OUT,
if they receive their price. The Pitts
burger said he had so many schemes on
hand that he wanted to get rid of this one.
As soon as we get the brewing negotiations
off our hands we may turn our attention to
these other schemes.
"The syndicate is ready to buy anything
that is a good legitimate business invest
ment. There is a mistaken idea out
about them. The people here, and espe
cially the brewers, imagine that it is a party
of people whose sole object is to buy what
breweries they can get, and crnsh out those
who will not sell to them. This is not the
case. In England capitalists are lucky if
they can secure something that will pay
them 3 per cent interest. There is nothing
at home for them to put their money in, so
they must necessarily come to this country
to make investments that will pay them big.
Consequently they will buy anything, from
a brewery to a newspaper.
"If the syndicate secure control of the
Pittsburg breweries it will open up the
eyes of Americans to the way business is
done on the London Stock Exchange. Not
withstanding what has been published, we
have secured options from Wainwright
VZ1IY SHORT OPTIOSS.
"The options are not for six months, as
has been stated. On the contrary, the long
est one we have will expire on December 15.
The first one I made was only for 40 days.
Halt of them have been accepted and we are
only waiting for the expert to examine the
plants before the negotiations are close. If
we do not secure all ot them we will close
all we can get and then continue
the business. "We make an agree
ment with the present proprietor to
retain them as managers on good salaries
for three years. By doing this there will be
little change made in the details of the busi
ness. If the others who do not now wish to
sell, mairitain their position, they can stay
out and we can get along without them. If
a brewer does not want to sell his business
nobody will try to compel him to. It is not
E crime, however, to ask him how much he
will take for his plant."
$6,000 IS GOTHIC FRESCOES.
Work on the Internal Benntlfvlng- or the
-'nlbcdrnI Commenced It Itfny Take
Till CurUtmna The Orrai.
The complete interior renovation of St.
Paul's Cathedral will commence in about a
week. The scaffolding for the repair of
some damaged windows on the north side
was erected yesterday. The approaching
work will include the insertion of a new
and costly stained glass window in the
north transept and the frescoing of the
walls. The frescoes will be in harmony
with the Gothic architecture of the cathedral,
and will be of the three Gothic colors,
namely, gold, cream-white and a tint.
Every endeavor will be made to preserve
the Gothic character of the whole, and if
possible to improve it.
The vestries will also receive a doing up,
and some necessary chnrch furniture will be
purchased. Nothing will be done to the
exterior of the Cathedral as yet, but !: is
likely improvements may also be com
menced in that direction before long.
The work will, it is expected, be com
pleted by Christmas Day, or even earlier.
The general effect of the improvements will
oe to take away from the gloomy appearance
'of the aisles, V hile it will not be in any way
glaring or inharmonious.
. It has been decided to leave the organ
loft in its present position, as the most suit
able to the character of the interior, all the
great Gothic churches having the organ loft
near the altar. The frescoing alone is to
cost over $6,000, and the total expense will
be Tery great.
AN OLD DECK HAND'S DEED.
lie Slabs Illm.eir Through tbe Lung: and
Very Near the Heart.
In the office of Marine Hospital Surgeon
Carrington, Germania Bank. building, just
before yesterday noon, Thomas Sullivan, a
middle-aged deck hand who has been ad
dicted to the morphine habit, stabbed him
self in tbe left breast, just below the heart,
while tbe doctor was out on an errand for
ten minutes. He did it with a pocketknife,
and tbe wonnd is not necessarily a fatal
one. He had come to apply for renewed
treatment in the marine department of the
Dr. Carrington believed the prize fight
ing delnsion, and several others under
which Sullivan labored, were all due to an
excessive use of morphine. When the hos
pital physicians arrived to transfer the
patient, they found he had made a desperate
gash through his lnng, severing everything
from the front of his left breast to the back.
He lies in a somewhat critical condition at
the hospital, from which place he had sev
eral time previously escaped under hallu
cinations. As an" athlete Sallivan had
quite a local reputation.
THE GODDESS OP JUSTICE.
Two Beautiful Ornaments for tbe Kerr Fost
Another cargo of fresh material for the
new Government building arrived at the
Baltimore and Ohio depot yesterday from
Baltimore. The load amounts to 9,000
cubic feet of granite, and it is composed to a
large extent of statuary and ornamental
work. Among other monuments are two
statues for the Third and Fourth avenue
fronts. The Goddess of Jnstice is a figure
15 feet high, and at her feet will be the
Goddess of Beauty and History in a sitting
A Serious Charge.
V: F. "Weise, a drygoods dealer of Alle
gheny, was arrested on a charge of false
pretense yesterday, on an information made
before Alderman Gripp by J. "W. Overend,
of Philadelphia. The latter alleges Weise
secured goods from him to tbe amount ot
about 200 on the assurance that his liabili
ties were at least $400. The prosecutor
alleges the statement is false. The defend
ant went to jail in default of $500 for a hear
ing on Thursday.
Fob a disordered liver try Beecham't Pills.
PXAM' Soap tbe purest aad best ever made
L. 0. DANSE MISSIKG.
A Western Mystery About tbo Well-Known
Toung- Architect Aid of Detectives Is
Solicited In a Search for Him.
A letter was received in this city yester
day from Helena, Mont., offering a liberal
reward for the apprehension of Leopold
Oliver Danse, an architect of that city. The
young man was born in Pittsburg, and had
a Ytry large circle of friends and acquaint
The notice was signed by the Marshal of
Helena, C. D. Hard. Enclosed was a por
trait of Mr. Danse. He disappeared from
Helena abont two months ago. He was
seen once since on a train near Minneapolis.
The City Marshal also states that it is
thought the young man left his home while
in a fit of mental aberration.
A Dispatch reporter, who saw the
photograph at the Perkins Detective Agency
office, where the circular was received, at
once recognized the -young architect.
Mr.L. O. Danse had an office in the Penn
Building about two years ago, and he was
very prominently identified with the pro
fess'ion to which he belonged. He was also
a member of the Amateur Photographers'
Society. Two years.ago he was on the Com
mittee of Arrangements of an excursiongot
ten up by the engineers, architects, micro
scopists and amateur photographers. He.
was born on Eighth street in this city,
where his father owned a house. The young
man was educated at the Western TJniversi
tv. His father was also a well-known
teacher of the French language.
A visit was paid to the residence of Mr.
Gundlach, a former neighbor and acquaint
ance of the older Mr. Danse.
"It is impossible for me to throw any
light upon the matter," he said. "I only
know that the young man went away from
Pittsburg abouta year and a half ago, and his
father followed him last spring. The young
man got married last April a year ago to
Miss Gertrnde Eckel, who was a music
teacher in this city. She lived with her
parents over the way at 27 Eighth street,
and her father was a merchant tailor. They
moved away from here, however, a year
"Another neighbor stated that Mr. L. O.
Danse had received an offer of a good posi
tion in Helena, Mont., and he had left here
with his young wife about two months after
they were married."
EETAIL TEANSFER8 LATER.
Judge Stow e Acted on Licenses Testerdny
General Conrt News.
Judge Stowe yesterday granted the trans
fer of the wholesale liquor license of Henry
Stein, at No. 158 Steuben street, Thirty
sixth ward, to W. C. Gundelfinger. His
Honor refused to grant any transfers bl retail
licenses until he could have a consultation
with the Judges of Common Pleas No. 2,
who had granted the licenses. He said,
however, that he was of the opinion that the
transfers should be made.
H. W. McClure and H. M. Neel yester
day filed a bill in equity against Joseph
Forsythe and J. G. West for' the partition
of 83 acres of land in Baldwin township,
owned by the four.
S. It. Loomis, Esq., commissioner in the
divorce case of Mrs. Mary Jane Anderson
against William Anderson, of Sewickley,
yesterday filed the testimony taken in the
suit. Mrs. Anderson was married in May,
1879, and deserted by her husband in the
fall of the same year. Infidelity was shown
on the part of Anderson.
Joseph McCloskey, guardian of John,
William and Mary McGinty, yesterday
entered snit against Dennis J. and James
Dowlmg, bondsmen of Patrick McGreevy,
the former guardian of the children, to re
cover $223, the amount belonging to tbe
estate claimed to have been retained by
Frank W. Swain yesterday entered suit
against John Dasey for damages for slander.
AS 1'FPICIENT AS THE POLICE.
That Is tbe Aim of Chief Brown Regarding
tbo Fire Bttrc&a. -Dr.
Mercur's physical examination of
members of engine companies Nos. 1, 2 and
3 proceeded yesterday. He has qnly made
a fair start in getting data upon which
Chief Brown can reorganize the fire depart
ment. The Chief, who was back at his
desk yesterday after a vacation, said it
would be several weeks yet before be conld
determine how much of a reorganization
would be necessary, but he aimed to make
the department as efficient, physically and
otherwise, as he had already made the police
GRAND AUBIY EXCURSIONS
Over the Pennsylvania Lines
TO MILWAUKEE AND BETUBN
August 21 to 28, inclusive.
From Pittsburg, Pa $11 00
From Allegheny, Pa 11 00
From Washington, Pa ;.. 11 00
From Wheeling, W. Va 11 00
From Steubenville, Ohio '. 11 00
From Bochester, Pa 11 00
From Newcastle, Pa 11 00
From Toungstown, Ohio... 11 00
From Wellsville, Ohio 11 00
TO CHICAGO AUD BETUB2T,
August 21 to 24, inclusive.
From PitUburg, Pa $9 00
From Allegheny, Pa 9 00
From Washington, Pa 9 00
From Wheeling, W. Va 9 00
From Steubenville, Ohio..- 9 00
From Bochester, Pa ... 9 00
From Newcastle, Pa 9 00
From Youngstown, Ohio 9 00
From Wellsville, Ohio 9 00
For particulars inquire of agents at
stations named, or address Samuel Moody,
District Passenger Agent for the Pennsyl
vania lines, 1127 Liberty street, Pittsburg.
E. A. Foed, General Passenger Agent.
G. A. R. AT MIL, WATJK.EE.
Excursions Via tbe Pennsylvania Line.
Account the G. A. B, National 'Encamp
ment excursion tickets will be sold from
Pittsburg to Milwaukee at rate of $11, from
August 21 to 28, inclusive; good returning
from Milwaukee from August 27 to Septem
ber 5, or by special arrangements the limit
of tickets may be extended upon applica
tion to joint agent at Milwaukee until Sep
tember 30. Tickets not good on the "Penn
sylvania Limited Express."
For further information call on Samuel
Moody, D. P. A., 1127 Liberty street, city.
G. A. It. Excursion Kate to Milwaukee", Sll
Via the P. fc W. R'y.
The Pittsburg and Western Railway will
sell round trip tickets to Milwaukee August
21 to 27 for $11; to Chicago, on same dates,
lor $9. Tickets good going on Chicago Ex
press leaving Allegheny at 1:40 P. M., city
time, daily. Pullman, sleeping cars and
first-class day coaches run through to Chi
cago without change. D
TrtE plan of lots laid out by the "Aspin
wall Land Co.," adjoining Sharpsburg, is
attracting the attention of buyers for homes,
as the prices are low, terms easy and the sit
uation for convenience unsurpassed. See
W. A. Herrori& Sons, Agts., 80 Fourth ave.
REAL ESTATE SAVINGS BANK. LUL,
40 Smllbfleld Street, cor. Fourth Avenue.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $45,000.
Deposits of $1 and upward received and
interest allowed at per cent its
A Dainty Bite.
Marvin's royal fruit biscuits are real deli
cacies. If you contemplate giving a little
luncheon, or going to a picnic you cannot
afford to be without them. ttvfsu
Use "Una" flour finest spring patent in
the world. "Golden Wedding" the best of
bread flours. "Dnquesne" has no equal as
a pastry- flour. Homing's "iTory," gem of
all family flours. .,
FLEMON'S TALE TOLD.
A Meeting Mainly for Eevenue at
Lafayette Hall Last Kight'
SOUTH CAROLINA AGAIN PAINTED
The Hue of the Audience, by the Lately
A -CROWD SMALL, BUT ENTHUSIASTIC
E. F. Flemon's friends to the number of
300 or more assembled in Lafayette Hall
last night to hear how the Lord had deliv
ered him out of the den ot lions in South
Carolina. Mr. Isaac Washington presided,
and proceedings were inaugurated by
prayer. There was a considerable sprink
ling of Caucasians in the hall.
The audience was worked up to the proper
pitch of appreciation by a tableau or object
lesson designed to show how colored peo
ple were manacled in Pennsylvania to ap
pease the wrath of Sonth Carolina. Flemon
was seated on a chair and Paddy Fitzger
ald put the manacles on his wrists and feet.
Strange as it may appear Paddy said never
a word about any latent design he might
have of starting a mnseum with the high
ly polished nickel-plated bracelet for a
Mr. Flemon first told of his early strug
gles to get corn bread and bacon and an ed
ucation. He then related scenes of violence
he had witnessed in his boyhood in which
his race played subordinate but thrilling
parts. He denounced his captors as liars in
many of their statements, and said
there was something in the South
that needed uncovering and nearly an
hour was occupied in uncovering it. He
told how President Hayes had disarmed the
negroes, and in disarming them had dis
franchised them also.
KNOWLEDGE WAS POWER THERE.
There were boxes placed at the polling
booths from which voters must take their
ballots. These boxes were labeled with the
names of the candidates and the
offices for which they were run
ning, and as the negroes as a rule could
not read, and as no one was present to read
for them and the whites were present in
force and ali armed, the negroes didn't do
much voting in and about Edgefield.
The trouble in 1884 was rehearsed. The
speaker got into trouble because he sought
to enlighten his race on the political situa
tion. On the night of the trouble the speaker
said there were several small armies of
white people looking for four colored boys
and one white man was shot in the dark, by
some one and the speaker got a ball in his
wrist. The excuse for the war was that in a
crowd of negroes, a few days previous, two
revolvers were found. Flemon said
there wasn't a board in the house in
which he and his three friends were
that wasn't riddled with bullets. He said
that when a black man got into trouble in
South Carolina any white man who ar
rested a "nigger" became at once an officer,
and every man in the State was deputized
to arrest a "nigger.'.' "If this is liberty I
want to live where there is no liberty. We
were native citizens. I didn't emigrate to
to this country." Prolonged applause.
"Shotguns in South Carolina hit niggers
every time they go off. It isn't necessary to
aim at a nigger. The gun turns that way
itself." Renewed and long continued ap
plause. These South Carolina armies finally drove
Flemon into a canehrake, where he re
mained for two days and two nights without
food, and then got past his would-be captors
by wading up a branch. They thought he
was a coon. Cheers.
Following up the story until the time he
was taken from this city to Edgefield. S. O..
Flemon continued: "Vell, I was manacled
and taken back, bnt I wasn't tried.
SOUTH CABOLINA WAS.
"One man said he'd give $300 if that man
Flemon was taken back North, and there
were many like him. The matter had been
agitated too much to suit the people there,
and they didn't want to see me tried and
Flemon said the prevalent opinion of the
negro in South Carolina was that he could
be abused with impunity and hadn't sense
enough to right himse'lf. He said they
paid three-fourths of the State's
taxes and then were asked, not
only in South Carolina but else
where, why, if they didn't like the
South they didn't leave it. Flemon asked
where they should go. He thought if they
were to leave for parts where they would
get a fair show, Pittsburg's share wonld be
so great that he for one would certainly at
tempt to get out. He wanted to be shown
where they should go if all left the
South. He told a story of a rela
tive of his in South Carolina,
who was a hardworking, thrifty and accu
mulative man, who had some idea of busi
ness and never paid money without taking
receipts. This relative showed the speaker
a bundle of recelps, and the latter found
that while they acknowledged the receipt of
money, none of them were signed, and the
holder was at the mercy of the men who had
made him believe they had receipted him
for all he had paid.
'At tbe conclusion of Flemon's address
there were loud calls for Colonel Echolls,
but, though present at the opening, he
seemed to have gotten ont of the hall, for
there was no response.
An Abominable Legacy.
A tendency to rheumatism Is undoubtedly
inherited. Unlike many other legacies. It re
mains in the family. The most effectual means
of checking this tendency, or of removing in
cipient rheumatism, whether preexistant in
the blood or not. Is to resort to Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters as soon as the premonitory
twinges are felt. Nullifying the influences of
cold, exposure and fatigue, the Bitters not only
fortifies the system against their hurtful con
sequences, but subjugates malaria, liver and
kidney complaint, dyspepsia and nerve dis
quietude. A Delicious Drink.
Iron Citv beer, brewed only by Frauen
heim & Yflsack, is a refreshing and health
ful beverage. It is pure, wholesome and
nutritious. Try it, and you will always use
it. Telephone 1186.
Neglect your hair and you lose it. Parker's
Hair Balsam renews growth and color,
Parker's Ginger Tonic strengthens the weak.
See Alles & Bailey's Bed Line real es
tate trade mark.
HARRY L. GOEHRING.Atty.100 Diamond St.
ESTATE OF ADOLF SAUER, DECEASED.
Administrator's notice. Notice Is hereby
elven that letters of administration on the es
tate of Adolf Sauer, late of the city of Pitts
burg, in tbe county ot Allegheny and the State
of Pennsylvania, deceased, have been granted
to the undersigned, to whom all persons in
debted to said estate are requested to make
immediate payment, and those having claims
or demands against the same will make them
known without delay to F. C. SAUEK, Admin
istrator, corner Sixth and Liberty street. Pitts
burg, Pa. Jyl6-57-Tu
JENNINGS fc WILSON Bakewall Law Build
ing. ESTATE OF MRS. ISABELLA W. C.
Cominco. deceased. Notice is herebv
given that letters of administration on tbe es
tate of Mrs. Isabella W. C Cominco, deceased,
late or nttsourg. county or. Allegheny and
State of Pennsylvania, have been granted to
the undersigned, to'whom all persons indebted
to said estate are reonested to make ImmprilitA
payment, and tboso having claims or demands
against the same will make them known with
out delay to ISAAC CRAIG. JR.. Administra
J. A. JACOBS,
96 Fourth avenue,
aul8-57-TTS Pittsburg; Pa.
Waltzb J. OSBornraE. Ktchabdbabbows.
B ARROWS fc OSBOURNE
80 Diamond street
Telephone No. 811 '
S3-Display advertisements one dollar per
square or one insertion. Classified advertise
ment on this page such as Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, etc, ten cents per line for each inter
Hon, and none taken for lest than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the apcommodatlon of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with TBI DIS
TnoMAS MCCAFFREY, 35i Butler street.
EMIL G. BTUCKEY, S4th street and Penn are.
E. G. bTUCKEYACO., Wylleave. and Fultonst
N. STOKELY, Fifth Avenne Market House.
J. TV. WALLACE, 601 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER & 5HEIBLER, tth av. & Atwood lb
JACOB SPOHST. No. 5 Carson street.
E. A. DONALDSON. 1707 Canon street.
A. J. XAERCIIEU, 9 Federal street.
II. J. McBRIDE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FRED If. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEUS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY. Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Bearer aves.
FEKUY M. OLE1M. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
WANTED-A GOOD BARBER. APPLY AT
82 MONTEREY STREET, Allegheny.
ANTED- A COMPETENT -ENGINEER.
Address, with reference, B., Dispatch office.
WANTED-BOY FOR DRYGOODS STORE.
II. E. PORTER, US Pennsylvania avenue,
Allegheny. . au-97
WANTED-WRAPPER BOY WITH EXPERI
ENCE. Apply HOUNE A WARD. 41 Fifth
are., city. auIO-61
TTTANTED-A GOOD SHORT OROFR COOK
V at once. Inquire of E. W. HAGAN, 609
WANTED-3 GOOD MIDDLE-AGED MEN TO
lit sand. CaU at once No 287 CHARTIERS
ST.. Allegheny, Pa. ' au20-4t
WANTED-AFIRST-ClASS CIGAK MAKER
accustomed to machine work. Inquire at
42 BLUFF ST., city. auIO-83
WANTED-A GOOD WAGON MAKER, IM
SYCAMORE STS., Mt. Washington. auM-93
WANTED-THREEOR FOUR GOOD STONE
CUTTERS Immediately. Inquire of WADE,
at the Dlspktch office, for information. aulS-71
-TTT ANTED A FIRST-CLAbS NEGATIVE
YV retoucher; must be a fast workman. Apply
to J. R. PEARSON, Photographer, 08 Fifth are.
XTfANTED-A YOUNG MAN THATHA8HAD
V some experience at striking shoes to learn
the horse shoe trade. Call at DISPATCH OFFICE.
WANTED-GOOD MAN IN EVERY TOWN;
salary paid weekly. Address SHERMAN.
TANGENBEKG & CO., 1U)W. Lake St., Chicago.
WANTED-1MMEDIATELY, ONE FIRST
CLASS vest maker: none tut experienced
workmen need apply. No. 301 BEAVER AVE.,
Allegheny, Pa. au20-96
WANTED-SHORT ORDER COOK AND
baker at night; steady emnloyment: state
wages and what you can do. Address JAS. A.
FBYE, bteubenvllle, O. au3M9
ANTED ACCIDENT INSURANCE:
first-class solicitors wanted In city and
country: highest remuneration. Address FIDEL
ITY MU'l UAL AID ASSOCIATION. G04Kearnev
St.. San Francisco. Cal. an20-74
WANTED FIRST-CLASS. SOBER PRE
SCRIPTION glass blowers; also a few good
finishers; union wages; steady work; rare paid;
write fully: say who vou worked for. CHICAGO
GLASS MFG. CO.. Chicago. aulS-45-D
-TTrAIiTEU A FIRST-CLASS MACHINE
Vv hand; one who can rnn both planer and
moulding machine: none others need applr. Call
at EXCELSIOR PLANING MILL AND BOX
FACTORY, Craig sL, Allegheny. au20-7
persons having first-class references, wish
ing employment, and all persons desiring such
help. Call on or address TWIN Oil Y EMPLOY
MENT BUREAU, S7.inrth avenne (second floor),
WANTED-AGENTS TO SOLICIT OEDEKS
for our celebrated oil portraits; the finest
made; no experience required; beginners earn
ssoaweek: tl outfit free; tendforfullpartlculars;
a rare chance. H AFFORD ADAMS & CO., 44
Bond St., New York. " aulO-31-D
powder and pure spices: gifts with goods;
coke workers, miners or mlllmin can make money
in their spare time: special Inducements to per
sons having established trade. YAMASHIRO
TEA CO., S3 Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa.
WANTED-BAD WRITERS AT SMART'S
ECLECTIC SHORTHAND AND BUSI
NESS COLLEGE4 Sixth St.: penmanship, book
keeping, arithmetic, shortbana.typewrlllng thor
oughly taught for 85 per month; private Instruc
tions for both sexes; open dally 9 A. M. to 9 p. u.
WANTED-MANAGER3 EVERYWHERE TO
take charge of our business; advertise, dis
tribute circulars and employ help; wages SSO to
1123 per month: expenses advanced; state experi
ence, wages expected, also your preference for
homework or traveling. SLOAN Jt CO.. Manu
facturers, 294 George street, Cincinnati, O.
TTT-ANTED-MAN-TO TAKE AGENCY OF
V our safes; site 2Srl3xlS inches; weight 500
lbs.; retail price p; other sizes In 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.
XT ANTED COMPETENT MAN WHO IS
Vv thoroughly familiar with tbe manufacture
of Iron bridges and experienced In the manage
ment or men, to act as assistant superintendent
of bridge shops; wlU 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. au6-4S
-TTANTED-GIRL FOB KITCHEN -WORK:
V Germanpreferred. Apply between 8 and 1
o'clock. 118 SHEFFIELD ST., Allegheny.
WANTED-LADY COMPETENT TO TAKE
charge or boarding house; will give hair In
terest to the right person; some capital required.
Address HOUSE. Dispatch office. au20-82
SIulo and Pemale Heln.
WANTED-A WOMAN COOK FOB HOTEL.
2 neat dining room girls, dishwasher, pantry
and laundry girls, 60 cooks, 20 chambermaids. 10C
bouse girls, cook, chambermaid, nurse and wait
tresa for gentleman's ramlly; good wages paid.
WANTED -J25 -WEEKLY-REPRESENTATIVE,
male or female, in every community;
goods staple: household necessity; sell at sight; no
peddling; salary paid promptly, and.expenses ad
vanced, lull particulars and valuable sample
case free: we mean Jnil what we say. Address at
once STANDARD blLVEKWARE CO., Boston.
WANTED-SITUATION BY LADY AS
housekeeper: best of references. Address
A. Q.. Dispatch office. au20-65
-VTrANTEp-i-POSlTlON BY EXPERIENCED
V bill clerk in mill or wholesale bouse, or Will
take other work where will have chance of ad
vancement. Address BOOKS, Dispatch office.
WANTED-BITUATION BY YOUNG
Frenchman who understands a little Ger
man, but no English, to drive and take care of
cows, farm, etc. Address JULES CBETIENE.
1605 Carson St., S. S. au20-48
WANTED-SITUATION BY FIKSTCLASS
stationery engineer, who understands care
and repair of high-speed machinery; has long ex
perience in electric light plants; the best or city
reference given. Address P.M., ENGINEER,
Dispatch office. au20-62
WANTED-PARTNER WITH S5.000 CAPITAL
to take halt interest In well established
light manufacturing business in this city; closest
investigation Is asked. All particulars from W.
W. MCN EILL & BRO., 103 Fourth ave. au20-SS
WANT E D-PAKTNER AS FINANCIAL
manager In a paying light manufacturing
business: plant Is new and complete; capital re
quired 115, oco to (20,00); the retiring partner has
lost his health and tbe Interest must be sold. Ad
ply at once to W. A. HEREON & SONS, 80 Fourth
WANTED-A CORPORATION HAVING A
monopoly In a business that Is the same as
f:old dust throughout the entire world, andmak
ng 80 per cent profit on the dollar, and no credit
given, having more business than they can handle
without more help or capital, wonld sell half or
quarter Interest In different btates or this country
and In large cities or Europe to men or push and
small capital or from 12,000 to (3,000: a big return
guaranteed yearly: can refer to the solid men of
Boston for evidences or tbe great support received
In this section, where It Is now receiving Its first
start in the world: references requited to receive
attention. L. P. CO., Postoffice Box 2256, Boston,
Boarders and Lodaers.
-TTTANTED SUMMER BOARDERS - THE
V Summerville, at J3t. Clair. Is beautifully
situated on the St. Clair river. For particulars
address C. F. STONE, BL Clair, Mich. au20-48
WANTED BOARDERS AND LODGERS
wanted for a well furnished secondlstory
front room, containing every convenience, on
Union ave.. Allegheny Citv. Addrua k w
Dispatch office, anU-UO
WANTED FURNISHED BOOM. WITH
board, for married couple. Address,
stating particulars, J. A. M.. Dispatch office.
TTTANTED-BY A QUIET AND STEADY
V V young man board and lodging In a family
not toorarout or town: references exchanged.
Address, stating terms, etc., Q. U. W., Dispatch
office. - - anjO-es
Booms. Bouses. Etc .
WANTED-FUKNISHED ROOM BY A MAR-
KIED couple. Address L. P. L., Dispatch
ANTED BY A YOUNG MARRIED
.. couple, lunfurnlshed rooms In Allegheny.
Address, stating rent, LOCK BOX 28, Allegheny.
"TTrANTED-MORTGAGES-MONEY TO LOAN
TV in sums to suit at H. 5 and per cent.
ALLES & BAILEr; 161 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
ANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PBOP
EKTY. oT.rllnm. iV nrr cent: no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER Jt CO.. R2 Fourth avenue.
in large and small amounts at 4H. S and 6
per cent, free of State tax: no delay. REED B.
uurLE A CO.. 131 Fourth aver myn-eo
TTTANTED-TO LOAN (500,000. IN AMOUNTS
TV or (3,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4)4 per cent, tree or tax: also smaller
amounts at 6 and 6 per cent. BLACK BAIRD,
sstourth avenue. seH-d26-D
TTrANTED-MOHTG AGES-SI, 000, 000TO LOAN
ii on city and suburban properties at 4)4, Sand
Cpcr cent, andon larms In Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 6 per cent. I. M. PENMOCh. X
bON, 103 t ourth avenue. ap7-f41
TTTANTED-IO LOAN (200,000 ON MORT
VT GAGES; (100 and upward at 6 per cent;
(500,000 at 4H per cent on residences or business
property: also in adjoining counties. 8. H.
FRENCH. 125 Fourth avenue. oc3l-cS4-P
"TTTANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
TV dozen (13) or Stewart Co. 's fine cabinet
photos for (l, at DO and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
VTJ-ANTED-EVEBYBODYTO SEND THEIR
TV furniture needing upholstering, repairing
and refinlshlng to HAUGH A KEEN AN, 33 and
34 Water st. 'Phone 1626. aul4
"TTTANTED-TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM.
TV BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one In the club at (1 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX SOL and I will calf and snow you the watch.
WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER, 96 Fifth avenue, PitUburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at (1 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous process. mhl3-63
WANTED-A FEW SMALL CHILDREN TO
care for and teach by a lady of experience
and ability: she offers a pleasant home in a con
venient suburban town, Kind training and care
ful instruction; best of references given and re
quired. Address E. L. M., Dispatch office.
FOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
R BALE-GOOD BRICK DWELLING ON
Congress street containing 7 roovis. all In
good repair, cheap. C. BERINGER SON, 103
Fourth ave. au2t-S6
FOR SALE-ON WEBSTER AVE.. COR.
Wooster st , Eleventh ward, 1 square from
cable line, lot 57)x110 ft. W. A. HEBRON &
SON S. 80 Fourth ave. au20-57-TuP
lOR SALE--TWO-STORY BRICK DWELLING
or 6 rooms, attic, hall, vestibule, etc.; good
lot: price (3,800; situate on Roberts street. C.BER
IN OER & SON, 103 Fourth ave. autO-86
EOR SALE-BEDFORD AVE., ELEVENTH
ward, for (3,60a (LOOO cash, a good brick
house, 6 rooms, attic, late Improvements, See
W. A. HERRON & SONS. 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE BLUFF ST., NEAR COLLEGE,
new brick house, 8 rooms, hill, bathroom,
finished basement; all late Improvements; lot 23
ft. 9 In. by 133 ft.: terms to suit. ROBT. COW
ARD, No. 20 Bluff st. aul-87-TTSSU
FOR 8ALE-A GOOD SUBSTANTIAL NEW
brick dwelling on Clark st.. near Crawford,
containing? rooms and finished attic, hall, dry
cellar, artificial gas and city water up and down
stairs; lot 20x133 feet to Ross St.; very reasonable
grlce and terms are offered on this beautlfnl city
ome. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 2-e-74.
East End Reslaence ,
TTKIR SALE-ON CRAIG ST., NEAR FIFTH
avenue, a residence or 8 rooms, cor. lot 65 ft
front; price reasonable "W. A. HERRON &
SONS. 60 Fourth ave. aul7-10O-l7,20,23,26.29
FORSALE-A BARGAIN ON ELLSWORTH
avenue, E. End.200 yards from Roup station,
two neat brick bouses. 6 rooms each: price of txith
(A 000. JOHN J. MURPHY. 532 Grant St. au20-63
OR SALE-ON FILBERT ST.. E. E., TWO
storv frame house. 6 rooms. halL front and
back norehes: lot 30x110: rjrice S3.000: terms to
suit. TUOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-ON LEM1NGTON AVE.. NEAR
Lincoln ave., 2M acres; good frame bouse of
5 rooms: elegant water: finest of fruit In abun
dance: (7.000. THUS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth are.
FOR BALE FINE BRICK AND FRAME
houses on wide streets, handy to lilland and
Negley aves., which we offer cheap and on easy
payments. MELLON BROTHERS, 631!) Station
st., E. E. i auls-89-rrssa
FOR SALE-ON EUCLID AVE.. E. E., TWO
story frame bouse of 5 rooms, front and back
norcbes. cemented cellar, laundry on rear of lot;
lot 40X.53; price (2,450. THOS. LIGGETT, 114
Fourth ave. aul5-71-TT8Sa
FOR SALE-TWO NEW BRICK DWELLINGS
of 8 rooms each; well finished and all modern
conveniences; a beautiful location oua good street
In Oakland: price only (5,000 each. C. BERINGER
ft SON, 103 Fourth ave. au20-86
FOR SALE A VERY NICE FRAME HOUSE
of 4 rooms, good cellar, etc.. with large lot,
on Klncald st.. sixteenth ward, and only two
squares from cable cars; price (1,500. C. BERIN
GER & SON, 103 Fourth ave au20-86
T7IOR SALE FOR 86.750 A NEW MODERN
JP brick bouse 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.
au 16-59-15, 17, 20, 24, 27, 30
FOR SALE-A HOME IN OAKLAND FOB,
(3,700; a new, modern style, frame dwelling
or 7 rooms, hall, vestibule, bath, range, slate
mantels. Inside shutters and alt Improved con
veniences. BLACK A BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-SIXTEENTHWARD-A GOOD
brick dwelling or 6 rooms, hall, vestibule, etc :
on a good paved street, only 2 square from Penn
ave. cable line: a splendid location Tor a pleasant
home: very cheap if sold at once. C. BERINGER
& SON, 103 Fourth ave. au20-86
FOR SALE AT A GREAT BARGAIN. ON
account of removal of owner, I lot 96x160
feet, fronting Penn ave. and Butler street near
the Lawrence Bank, with large dwelllngand out
buildings, known as the residence of William
Halnsworth. W. A. HERRON & SON, 80 Fourth
ave. aulO-25-10,14, 16,20
FOR SALE-IN COLTABT SQUARE, OAK
LAND, desirable new houses of latest style
of architecture, 9 rooms, elegantly furnished,
complete In all its appointments; near cable Hue;
complete sewerage, street Improvements made.
For plans and lulormatlon see W. A. HERRON
SONS, or U. K. BEAM, on the premises.
FOR SALE-ON A PROMINENT PAVED
ave. in the East End, lot 60x225; new brick
bouse: reception hall, 12 rooms, bathroom, base
ment lanndry; all the latest Improvements: ele
gant porches, plate glass, hard wood mantels,
etc., etc; everything of the very best; elegant
neighborhood, and convenient to both steam and
cable cars. THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave
FOR SALE A BEAUTIFUL HOME ON
Roup st., within 2 minutes or station, a 2
stofy and attic brick dwelling or 11 rooms, center
hall. bath. Inside w. c, front and back staircase,
marble mantels and hearths throughout, and
complete in all respects; about 1 acre of ground,
eovered with fine shade trees. For further par
ticulars call at office. BLACK & BAIRD, 95
Fourth ave. 3-a-143. aulv-5
FOR SALE-ON COR. EDWIN ANDELWOOD
sts., lot 53x120 to 20-foot alley; new frame
house, reception nail, parlor, dining 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 rrom
Fifth ave. cable line: (6.750; terms easy. THOS.
LIGUETT. No. 114 Fourth ave. auI5-72-TTSSU
FOR SALE ELLSWORTH AVE.-RE3I-DENCE
property: situate two squares rrom
R. R. station: a new Queen Anne brick dwelling,
containing 11 rooms, reception halt, vestibule,
range, bath, inside w. c, pantry, laundry, etc. ;
elegant gas and fire fixtures and being beauti
fully papered througbout; this is certainly one of
the prettiest places to be found In the East End.
For full particulars call on BLACK & BAIRD, 95
Fourth ave S-a. aul9-5
FOR SALE PARTIES LOOKING FOR
houses cannot find a more desirable situation
than Oakland square: the greater number of the
durably built, handsomely finished new dwellings
erected there have been sold within the past sixty
days; asphalt pavements, natural ana artificial
gas. a beautlfnl park planted with shade trees,
and convenience to the city, being but 20 minutes
by Pittsburg Traction road, are among tbe ad
vantages. Prices, 8,500and (8,700, on easy terms.
Apply to C. H. CHANCE, on the premises.
EOR BALE AT P.CCO IF SOLD QUICK-ON
Lacock, near Sandusky St., lot 22x100 with
twt dwellings; will pay over per centnet; a good
Investment and comfortable home. W. A. HER
RON & SONS, 80 Fourth ave. au2-61-Tur
T7HJU .SALE ON TAG G ART ST.. SECOND
X ward, bouse of 4 rooms, finished attic and
basement kitchen: lot 24x160: also house In rear. 2
rooms, facing Nixon st.; ail on same property: L
shaped; all to be sold for (3,000 cash.' inquire No.
65TAGGARTBT., Second ward, Allegheny.
FIR8ALE-AN ELEGANT HOME-BELLE-VUE,
P., Ft W. A C.R. R., H acres ground,
8 room house with water and gas and all modern
Improvements; carriage nouse and stable; great
bargain; must be sold at once: terms easy.
SAMUEL W. BLACK CO., w Fourth ave.
FOR SAr-E-lMPEOYED REAIi ESTATE.
FOR BALE-AT TVILKINSBUEG, ON HILL
st new frame house of 8 rooms; lot 66x132
feet, near station P. R. B.; price and terms mod
erate. W. A. HEBRON & SONS, 80 Fourth ave
nue. - au20-o4-TT8
FOR SALE A SUBURBAN PROPERTY OF
28 acres: only 7 miles from tne city; close to
railroad station; fine orchard; grape vines; large
brick dwelling and complete set of outbuildings;
abundance of water, etc etc: a beautiful place
Particulars from JAS. V. DRAPE & CO.. 119
i ounn avenue. PltUburr. aui7-:-D
FOR BALE-ONLY (3.200-CENTER AVE
Brushton station. P. R. R.. 4 minutes' walk
from station, a pretty 2-story frame dwelling of 7
rooms, hall, natural gas, front and back porch,
washhouse, and all necessary outbuildings; lot
80x133 feet: this Is 'a real bargain, and can be
bought on very easy payments. BLACK &
BAIRD. 85 Fourth ave. J-a-283. an 19-4
r CI IT Lota.
FOR SALE-LOT'S ON BLUFF AND VICKHOY
sts., near college; terms to suit. ROBT.
COWARD. 20 Bluff St. aul-S7-TTSSU
FOR SALECORNER XOT, 60x180 FT., NEAR
the loop of the Center ave. cable line. Thir
teenth ward for (1,200. W. A. HEBRON 4 SONS.
SO Fourth ave. an20-5S-2a,22,24,S
FOR SALE-LEVEL AND DESIRABLE LOTS,
20x84 ft.- on Hatfield ave., near Forty-seventh
st.; irsold at once only (600 eaeb. Terms
easy. W. A. HEBRON A SONS, SO Fourth avenue.
auH-OS-14, 16, 20, 24
Enst End Lots.
FOR SALE HOMEWOOD LOTS-ON WIDE
streets and pleasanfy located; we will sell on
long time and easy payments. MELLON ttROTH
ERS. 6349 Station St., E. E. anl3-89-TT88n
FOR BALE-THE ASPHALT PAVEMENT ON
Negleyave. now completed to Roup St.; we
can offer you choice lots, 50x100 feet rront, on this
beautiful are. for 85 a root rront: Includes all lm-
Erovements;1hese are rare bargains. MELLON
ROS.. Station St., East End, or JNO. F. BAX
TER, Agt.. 512 Smithfield St. aulS-50-TTSU
FOR SALE BEAUTIFUL 8HADYSIDE
lots, 50x100 feet. Atlantic ave. near Lib
erty: these lots are perfectly level and In a good
neighborhood, within a few minutes' walk of
Shadyslde station or cable cars; a reasonable
price, with terms to suit, has been placed on
these excellent lots; call or send to office for
Utho. plan. BLACK.& BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR SALETHE CHEAPEST 'LOTS IN ALLE
GHENY, located On Nunnery Hill, easily
reached: call or send for plans: terms easy. W.
A. HERRON &S)ONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
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 MCN AUGUER, 43 N. Diamonds!.
FOB SALE-MARSHALL AVENUE. TENTH
ward. Allegheny, elegant lot, 60x200: fine
view: healthy: location: near electric and Fleas
ant Valley cars: a bargain If sold at once. SAML.
W. BLACK 4 CO., WFourth ave an20-42-TTg
FOR SALE 290 BUILDING LOTS, EAST ST.
extension, on the Watson plan; saletocom
mnij nn FjMt Ht- At TVataon coal shaft. Tuesdav.
Aug. 20, at 2 o'clock P. K. Terms: (25 cash at sale
balf (5 per month. A. J. PENTECOST, Auc
tioneer. 4ld urant si.
FOR 8ALE-.LOTS IN VILLA PARK PLAN:
adjoins city line and no city taxes; over 40
trains dally each way: secure plan from JNO. F.
BAXTER, Agt., 212 Smithfield St. au20-43-Tu'
TTlOB SALE COPELAND LOTS FINEST
JP building sites In Braddock Field: yon can buy
tbese lots cheap. (20 cash and (10 monthly. MEL
LON BROTHERS, 6319 Station St.. E. E.
T7K)K SALE 38 ACRES OF THE CHOICEST
JP land along the P. R. it., eight miles from the
city: two minutes from station; every root will lot
out to good advantage: rjrlce reasonable: terms
1 easy. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth aTB.
auiir -AU Afsjojut .
FOR SALE-AT ASPINWALL STATION IN
the Ross estate the most desirable suburban
building lots now in the market for sale: prices
very low amd terms easy: call or send for plans.
W. A. HERRON & SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave
OR SALE-:OAK GROVE-5-ACBE LOTS: ON
line of railroad; adjoins tbe borough or Par
nassus: about90 acres laid off in 3,8 and 8-acrelots:
great flow or pure water: groups or rorest trees;
etc., etc. Get plans from JAS. JV. DRAPE CO."
129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. aul7-24-D
OR SALE-SMALL FARM, ONE-HALF
acre modern framedwelUng. 6 rooms, every
thing complete for comfort, near R. R. station,
churches and school. ED. W1TTISH, 410 Grant
St., Pittsburg. au!7-D
IOR SALE-A GOOD FARM OF 178 ACRES
In Indiana county, only M mile from R. R.
station; about 110 aeres cleared, balance In good
timber: frame house S rooms, barn, etc.; price
only (15 per acre or will exchange for city prop
erty. C BERINGER & SOU. 103 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOB SALE-STOCK OF A SMALL NOTION
store; cheap If sold soon. Apply at 267
CHARTIERS STREET, Allegheny, Pa. au20-41
FOR SALE-A NEW ENTERPRISE WHICH
can be started In all towns. For full partlc
nlars address E. L. MARTIN. Decatur, 111. an9-40t
V7M)R SALE-A FINE, NICELY FIXED BAR
JL. BER shop In a desirable place. Write for
terms, W. H. FRIER, Proprietor, East Liver
pool, O. . au20-83
FOB SALE-A FIRST-CLASS BARBER BHOP,
with two chairs, doing a good business; no
opposition, good reason fur selling. Address 8.
K.. Dispatch office. au'20-70
OR SALE CHEAP-DOWN Ti
Ross st. and First avenue See W. A. HERRON
A SONS, 80 Fourth ave. auie-32-16,17,20,24,27,29
TTIOR SALE-HOU3EFURNISHING AND TIN
JD WARE store In good location; good trade
and satisfactory reasons for selling: call and see.
BALTENBPERGER & WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth
FOR SALE A GOOD ESTABLISHED
plumbing business In McKeesport: reason
for selling, falling health: a good chance for a live
man. Apply to 1. CHISHOLM, 518 Walnut St.,
FOB SALE A SHOE STORE! DOING A GOOD
paying business; an elegant chance: stock
will be sold cheap; satisfactory reasons given for
seUlcg out,, Apply to NEUENHAGEN& SON,
195 juain su, vtesirjiu, uiy. auu-,s
FOR SALE A SPLENDID CON FECTIONERY.
sews, stationery, tobacco and cigars and no
tions stand: business runs handsome and sure, and
growing every day; situated before a public place:
price very low. Including stock. Inquire at once
at 4702 PENN AVE., two doors from Pearl.
X flOB 8ALE-DON 'T LET THIS OPPORTUNITY
JD slip, buy now and make money: several very
choice cbeap grocery stores, bakeries, drygoods
and notion stores, furnished house full of roomers;
very profitable large bakery and confectionery
basinets, cigar stores, feed store mUk depot,
restaurant and dining room, printing office
shoestores, etc. : will exchange good grocery store
in city for building lot. Free particulars. SHEP
ARD & CO., 54 Fifth ave. au9
FOR SALE-TWO-STORY BRICK STORE
and dwelling ofsreoms and large attic, good
cellar, etc., on West Carson St.; price (L&OO. C
BERINGER ft SON, 101 Fourth ave au20-8S
-T7IOK SALE-THE NORTHSIDE GRAIN AND
l teed elevator and warehouse corner North
and Irwin avenues, Allegheny, Pa., with all fur-
nisnmenis: a oargain to toe ngni party. Aauress
J. V. HUTCHINSON, New Brighton, Pa.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, etc
FOR SALE-FAMILY BAROUCHE. IN GOOD
condition; cheap. Apply 417 PENN AVE.
FOB SALE HORSE, HARNESS AND
STABLES, Seventh St., city. auIO-53
FOR SALE HANDSOME SORREL MARE
suitable for ladles' driving: 5 years old;
weighs 1,000 lbs: sound, gentle, and don't scare at
cars. BOX 21. Mew Brighton. Pa. an!9-35
FOR SALE-AN IDEAL DRIVING HORSE,
7-year-old. bright bay. 15)4 hands, fast trot
ter and would single-foot under saddle; hand
some perfectly sound and without a fault. B. 8.,
Dispatch office aul6-3S-TUFSu
IOR 8ALE FOUR BUGGIES AND SIX ROAD
r.artg! must hm l,M hp,n tn mikn rnnnrT far
other goods: alto three bead or horses, all Toons
and sound: call and get a bargain. BENNETT it
FLUOKER, cor. Kllpatrlck and West End ave
nue Allegheny. au20-77
Machinery ora Metals.
FOR SALE ENGINES AND BOILERS NB7W
and refitted: repairing promptly attended to.
PORTER FOU NDRYANDMACHIN E CO.. L1M.,
below Suspension bridge, AUsgheny, Pa. au 10-29
FOR SALE NOW ONE SECOND-HAND
tenoning machine 2 surface planers and 1
sbaper,and new and second-hand engines, boilers,
lard kettles, tar tanks, SWoen valves, castings,
etc VELTE & MCDONALD, Thirty-second st.
and Penn ave. Jyzl-Bl-TTS
TTiOR SALE JERRY AND EXCURSION
X' boat ueue or BrownvBle B. N. STEW.
ART. Kansas City, Kan.
PE B S O N A L BOOKS! BOOKS I BOOKS1
New and old, ancient and Kouern. standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30.000 vol
umes to selectfromy LEVPS BOOK STORE. 900
Liberty st. auJ-63
ERSONAL-WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIFE,
mother or dansrhtera In renilrlnr and nlean-
Jng yonr old clothee'wben It can be done for a
txme uy isioaui, toe, 'j.aaor, cor. utn ave
and Wood St., second, floorr Charges moderate;
faculties unsurpassed; salts made to order; spring
itjlesnowreaav. Xeiepb.oaelii, via
TOLET-AT(IS PER MONTH. NEAT BRICK
HEREON Jt SONS, SOFonrth ave .......
TO LET-ON BUENA VISTA-BRICK HOUSE
8 rooms, with all the improvements; good
location; Immediate possession.
a x cucrai street.
TO LET NEW 6 ROOM FRAME HOUSE.
Second ward, Allegheny, (16; no water tax;
good new 3 room house, 89: no water tax. . W.
MCNEILL & BRO.. 105 Fourth ave. au20-6S
TO LET-NEAR P. AW. H. B. DEPOT AND
Ninth street bridge on River avenne Alle
gheny, a good house 9 rooms, only (35 per mo.
W. A. HEBRON A SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
TO LET-ONLY 835 PER MO.. NO. 63 RIVER
avenue Allegheny, near Robinson street,
9 rooms, late Improvements, bouse will be put In
good order. W. A. HERRON A SONS, 80 Fourth
TO LET-NICELY-FURNISHED BOOMS TO
gentlemen only; No. 45 Chatham st. C H.
LOVE, 93 Fourth ave. au20-fl-TTS
TO LET-LARGE SECOND FLOOR FRONT
room, unfurnished, at Shadyslde to one or
two gentlemen: three minutes' walk to cars. Ad
dress A. B. W., Dispatch office. au20-67
TO LET-SOME UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR
housekeeping, one 5 and one 8-roomed dwell
ing, one storeroom and 24 rooms for hotel, two
44 Fourth st. as20-MTT su
Offices. DeU Room, etc
rpO LET-WELL LIGHTED OFFICE. NEWLY
JL painted: elevator, Janitor service and al
modern conveniences. Apply to GERMANIA
SAVINGS BANK, 423 Wood street. e2t-8-D
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING, 75. 77 and 79 Diamond street, two or the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be round In tbe
city; rent, (200and (300 per annum. Including elec
tric lights. Janitor 'service and steam beating.
Apply between 10 A. X. and 1 P. If., or between
2 and 4 P.M. Jy23-7
na GENERAL LJGHT-HOUSfi DEPOT,
. Office of U. S. Light-House Inspector,
Third District, Tompkinsville, N. Y., August
12, 18S9. Lightship chain and anchors. Seated
proposals will he received at this office until 1
o'clock p. Jr., on Tnesday. tbe 3d of September,
1889, to furnish and deliver lightship chains and
mushroom anchors at the Light-House Depot,
TonipkinsviUe. N. Y. Drawings and specifica
tions may be had on application to this office
The riRht is reserved to reject any or all bids,
and to waive any defects. By order of- the
Light-House Board. FREDERICK ROD
QERS, Commander, TJ. S. N., Inspector. ,
PrrrSBUBQ, August 9, 1889.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
assessment lor the grading and Daving; of
Natrona alley, from Fifty-second street to Mc
Candless avenne. is now ready for examination
and correction, and will remain in this office
for ten (10) days,after which it-will be returned
to the City Treasurer for collection.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
-VTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED
JLl proposals will be received at the office of
the City Controller until the 27th day of Au
gust. A. D. 1889, at 2 p. 1L, for the following,
Kent alley, from Stanton avenne to Fifty
GRADING. PAVING ANDJJTJRBING.
Moultrie street, from Fifth avenne to Forbes
Broad street, from Frankstown avenue to
Howe street, from Aiken avenne to Ivy
Carnegie street, from Fifty-fourth street to
Chestnut street, from Locust street to Bluff
Cedar street, from Liberty avenue to Friend
The paving of all the above named streets to
be either of standard sheet asphalt with bitu
minous base, vulcanite asphalt, block stone
Irregular block stona or cobble stone, and
bids will be received for each kind of pave
ment BOARD WALKS.
Virginia avenue from Ulysses street to
William street from Brownsville avenue to
Joel's lane from Grandview avenue to Omaha
Kearsarge and Belonda streets from Grace
street to Mason street.
Conrad street from Fenn avenue to Liberty
avenue, IS and 20-inch pipe
Penn avenue from Pennsylvania Railroad
bridge to the Negley Run sewer, 15-inch pipe.
South Twenty-fifth street from Josephine
street to the Monongahela river, 2i-inch
Gum street from a point 65 feat south of
Cliff street to Webster avenue, 12-inch pipe
He-nans add KIrkpatrick streets and Center
avenne from Charles street to Reed street, 15
and 18-inch pipe
Rebuilding the Forty-eighth street sewer.
Shaffer and Arch streets culvert
Plans and specifications czn be seen and
blanks for bidding can bo obtained at this
office. Each proposal must be accompanied
by a bond probated before the Mayor or City
The Department of Awards reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Pnblic Works.
GEO. C. STALEY,
August 29 Frank Daniels, In Little Fuck.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
August 28 Alestayet-s Tourists in a Pullman
Palace Car. anl9-9
Week commencing Monday, August 19,
every afternoon and evening, the success of the
TEN NIGHTS IN A BARROOM.
Next week "The World Against Her."
ARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY-
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
JOS. J. SULLIVAN'S
au20 SPECIALTY COMBINATION.
-piXCURSION TO MONONGAHELA CITY,
Tnesday, August 20. at 1 P. M. Round trip
from Pittsbnrg 70 cents. anl8-8
West Penn Railroad, only 7 miles from Alle
gheny depot, adjoining SHARPSBURG.
The "Aapinwall Land Company" have subdi
vided a part of tbe beautiful suburban property
known as the
Into lots of 25 feet 60 feet and 100 feet frontage,
or by the acre, and are offering them for sale at
prices that will suit the most conservative.
Terms very easy, titleguaran teed by the "Fidel
ity Title and Trust Company," of Pittsburg.
Special Inducements to early purchasers. There
is a representative always on tbe premises who
will sbow tbe property. Take a train to Aspin
wall station, which is directly on the premises,
or call on the agents,
W. A. HERRON 4 SONS.
80 Fourth ave., city.
Who will give you plans of the lots, with full
formation and prices.
SIXTH AVENUE DYE WORKS,
. MAY SONS' & CO.,
STEAM DYERS AND SCOURERS
And general renovators of textile fabrics, la
dles' and gentlemen's soiled or faded garments
neatly cleaned or restored In color. Curtains
of every description carefully attended to.
M. MAY SONS & Co.
iell-TTS 68 SIXTH AVE.. PitUburg, Pa.
u eerentn avenne.
Telephone 1J44. seS-nOOytTS
on can buy the cutest little stick-Dint vou
ever saw for 25c 50o and 76o apiece, at
WILSOM'S JEWELRY STORE.
BU-XT3 01 FOURTH. AVSHTJE,
UCtiON'SALE TUESDAY MORNINOi
Aug. 20. at 10 o'clock sharp, "at the rooms.
N. 311 Market st
Fine plnsb, brocatelle. tapestry, brocade, rep,
silk and haircloth parlor sults,lonngea,concbea,
rockers, easy chairs, eta, ornaments, clocks,
vases, mirrors, cabinets, latnp9,curtalns,sbades.
bookcases, center tables, rugs, brussels and In
grain carpets, walnut oak and cherry chamber
suits, wardrobes, dressers, wasbstands, bed
steads, folding beds, enpooards, desks, side
boards, extension and kitchen tables, chairs,
refrigerators, china, glass and silverware, laun
dry furnishments, kitchen goods, feathers,
stores, hallracks, lot notions, second-band
goods, etc., etc., etc
HENRY AUCTION CO., LIM-
au!8 83 Auctioneers.
T ONG VIEW, BROOKVILLE, PA,
A Church School for Girls, will reopen SEP
TEMBER II. 1889. For catalogue apply to
BEY. JOHN G. MULHOLLAND. LL.D..
MISS MARY MAC DONALD. FORMER
principal of Miss Fuller's school, will
A SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
OCTOBER L 1SS9.
ST. GEORGE'S HALL FOR BOYS AND
young men, St George's, Md., near Balti
more, Prof. J. C.'.Kinear, A. M., Principal. Col
lege or business. Unsurpassed m advantages,
comfortand situation. 200 to S275 a year.
HOLY GHOST COLLEGE
Complete preparatory, commercial and
collegiate departments, reopens WEDNES
DAY. SEPTEMBERS; new students examined
Monday, September 2. Apply to i Rev. Joiin
T. MURPHY. C S. Bp., President jyl"-2S
Ursullne Academy reopens on SEP
XBER 2; hoarders and day scholars re
ceived. For further particulars appl v to
a STE. GERTRUDE,
TWO CHOICE SCHOOLS.
BROOKE HALL, for girls and young
ladies. 8H0RTLIDGE MEDIA ACADEMY;
for boys and young men. 8WITH1N C.
SHORTLIDGE, A. M. (Harvard graduate).
Media, Pa., near Philadelphia. aul-8
WEST WALNUT STREET SEMINARY
for young ladies; 23d year: is provided
for giving a superior education in collegiate,
eclectic and preparatory departments; also in
music ana art MRS. HENRIETTA KUTZ,
2015 Walnut su Phi . aul-90-TTS
Notre Dame of Maryland.
Collegiate Institnte for young ladies and pre
paratory school for little girls, EMBLA P. O.,
three miles from Baltimore, Md., conducted by
the Sisters of Notre Dame. Send for catalogue.
SOUTHERN HOME SCHOOL FOR GIRLS,
91o and 917 N. Charles street, Baltimore. '
MRS.W.M.CARY. I Established 1842. French
MISS CARY. (the language of tbe school.
-VTJ2V YORK MILITARY ACADEMY,
JLi Cornwall-on-Hndson. Courses of study la
civil engineering, English and classics. Labor
atory, drawing room and field work. Beautlfnl
nnildings, grounds, location. COL. C J.
WRIGHT, B. S A. M., Supt; BELDEN F.
HYATT. Comd't of Cadets. JelO-U
ROCK HILL COLLEGE, ELLICOTT CITY,
Md.; conducted by the brothers of the
Christian Schools; scientific classical and com
mercial courses: the modern languages and
drawing are taught without extra charg;
studies will be resumed on the first Monday ot
September. For particulars address
anl6-23 BROTHER DENIS. President
MOUNTAIN SEMINARY. BIRMING
. HAM. Pa. A thorough school for young,
es. Situation noted tor health. Home)
comforts. 33d year. Grounds, 100 acres. Three
courses of study. Prepares for college. Send
for illustrated catalogue. A.R.GRIER, Busi
ness Mn'g'r. MISS N. J. DAVIS, Principal.
KEBLE SCHOOL. SYRACUSE, N. i.
Boarding School for Girls. Under tbe su
pervision of the Rt Rev. F. D. Huntington, a
T. D. Tbe nineteenth school year begins
Wednesday. September 11, 18S9. References
Rt. Rev. H.C. Potter, D.D..N.Y. Rev. Wm. R.
Huntington. D. D., Grace Church, N. Y. City.
Pres. E. N. Potter, D. D.. Geneva.N. Y. Hon.
Andrew D. White. Ithaca. N. Y. Apply to
MISS MARY J. JACKSON, Principal.
Normal. Academic, Commercial. Students
prepared for advanced classes in the best col
leges, for teaching, for business. Young La
dles' Seminary Department Fall term opens
September 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 Businessviuclndingshort
band 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 9 to 11 a. m. Call or send for
prospectus. LEVI LUDDEN, A. M.. PrlncipaL
St. Xavier's Academy.
Academic year commences on the first
Monday In September. Prompt attendance of
pupils is requested. From September 2 to 14
inclusive a conveyance will meet all trains
from Pittsbnrg stopping at Beatty station.
After this date the conveyance will meet the
noon train on Wednesday and Saturday.
For further information apply to tbe DI
RECTORS of the Academy. au!8-99
SIXTH STREET, PITTSBURG.
L477 STUDENTS LAST YEAR.
Classical, Scientific, Ladies' Seminary, Normal.
Musical, Elocutionary, Business College and
Shorthand departments. Send for new cata
logue. Correspondence with young persons de
siring a better education respectfully solicited.
JAMES CLARK WILLIAMS, A. M, Pres't
FTTSBURG ART SCHOOL, ESTAB
LISHED 1884, offers advantages ot a.
thorough Academic School ot
Art combined with private in
struction; each pupil under
joint direction of George Het
zel (Dnsseldorf Academy), John
W. Beatty (Munich Academy).
Students who cannot attend daily
may enter for limited nnmoer or.
days a week. For prospectus address
JOHN W. BEATTY, Principal,
au3-63-Tus 413 Wood street Pittsburg.
THE PENNSYLVANIA STAlE COLLEGE.
Fall session opens September 11. Examinations
for admission September 10. Newballdlngs and
equipment greatly Increase the facilities for In
struction In .all departments. Courses In Agri
culture, Chemistry, Botany and Horticulture,
Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering,
and In Ueneral Science and Modern Languages.
Special courses for Ladles. Tuition free Kilty
Scholarsnlps entitle the holders to tree room rent.
Foreatalogue or other Information address
THE PBESlDEJiT, State College, Center Co., Pa.
Pennsylvania Female College.
Situated In a beautiful park, on a commanding
plateau, in the suburbs or Pittsburg, away from,
city noise and dust Unsurpassed ror beauty and
healtbrulness. Excellent facilities for study-ot
.Natural Sciences, Classics and Mathematlcs-ln.
short every department well equipped. The
completion of Dllworth Hall, comprising new
chapel, commodious class rooms and additional
dormitories, his Increased capacity and furnishes
faculties for tborousrh educational work ot the
highest order. Beason opens September 11, 1889.
Early application isdesirable. Poreataloguesand
rurtherlnformatlon apply to MIS3 HELEN E.
l'ELLETKKAU, President, PittsburglLastEnd),
WOOD MANTELS CEILINGS
Manufacturers and Importers of Fine Furni
ture, Curtains and Ornaments.
Designs and estimates submitted for complete
TRYMBY. HUNT & CO..
1219 and 1221 Market St,
Jj9-76-tuf Philadelphia, Pa.
This Company Is prepared to receive orders
by mail or otherwise for Absolutely Pubs
Milk, delivered to customers in sealed GLAsa
Jaks. packed tn Ice at our creamery in Sewidc
ley. Price 8 cents per quart
THE SEWICKLEY" D ORY CO.,
au20-73-D 1 10 Wood st. Pittsburg. Pa,
81 AND 88 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg; P, fj0-7jj).