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THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, IHDAT, AUGUST 23, 1889,-
Bivermen Decide to Dredge the Biter
Within the City Harbor.
IT WON'T COST THEM MUCH MONEY.
; Bat They TVIII Pay It Themselres Bather
Than Fight the City.
NAVIGATION IS ALMOST INTEBEUPTED
The Coal Exchange held & meeting yes
terday, and among other things decided to
dredge the Monongahela river from the
Smithfield bridge to lock No. 1. The meet
ing was a general gathering of the river
men, who had become very apprehensive
about the condition of navigation in the
The river yesterday was down to 18
inches, the lowest for 20 months, and if it
should lower an inch or so more none hut
the very smallest boats can make the slack
water from the docks. This wonld be a
serious condition of affairs, and practically
tie up all the upriver packet boats, with
their daily mail, passengers and large
Those in charge of the work of repairing
the wickets at Davis Island dam said yes
terday that they could not be raised before
next week. This makes the situation rather
grave, and rivermen fear that all navigation
may be stopped in the next two or three
At present boats cannot ply between
"Wheeling and Pittsburg. The Stockdale
sent her passengers by rail to the city from
the former place.
The worst point in the Monongahela
channel is just above the Panhandle bridge
at the month of the city sewerf where a large
bar has been formed, seriously interfering
ME CITT RESPONSIBLE
and must be moved. At the meeting it was
argued by some that the city should remove
the bar, as it was formed by a city sewer,
but others said that though the city could
probably be made to do so by a process of
law, it would take too long, and would ne
cessitate too much red tape, and it was
urgent that the bar should be removed at
once. Again, though the law would doubt
less decide with rivermen, the cost of legal
proceedings to remove the bar, they
decided to do it themselves. The city may
hear from them later about the washings
from the sewer.
Several plans of dredging the channel
were discussed, and at last one gentleman
offered to be one of six to furnish a steam
boat provided with scrapers which the
steamboatmen use to clean the channel near
their wharfs. The channel mu dredged
about four years ago. It was paid for by
subscription irom the different, rivermen,
the Monongahela Navigation Company
doing the work. The present plan is con
sidered cheaper, and is estimated not to cost
more than $500 or $600.
The dredging can not commence until the
dam is raised, making water enough for the
moving of the boats. As soon as this is
done the six boats will commence operating.
AN OLD PIEB TO BE BEHOVED.
A resolution was also passed at the meet
ing notifying the Smithfield Street Bridge
Company to remove one of the piers to the
old bridge, which was not taken away, to
the bottom of the river and is now a menace
to boats navigating the Monongahela.
Colonel Merrill was also notified to re
Bfbve the roots and snags at the mouth of
Raccoon creek, below Beaver. This is the
"Sstruction which sank the Enterprise not
ig ago. Joseph Walton, John A. "Wood,
tain Jutte and S. Horner are on the
mittee appointed to dredge the Monon-
After the meeting the rivermen talked
rer the Ohio river dam and canal -project
aid it might go through.
A BIG CUKTEACT.
D. W. C. Carroll Will Build 75 Oil Tank
for a Western Corapnny.
D. "W. C Carroll has secured a contract
for the construction of 75 steel oil tanks.
The carrying capacity of each tank will be
165 barrels. They will be strapped to gon
The contract price is (87,000, and the work
will be finished by January 1. It has not
been definitely announced who the cars are
tor, but it has leaked out that the tanks are
for a large oil refinery at San Diego, Cal.
The San Diego company intends going
heavily into refining, and for this purpose
they have acquired large holdings in the
oil fields in this section, and also in the
Lima fields. The crnde product will be
shipped from Pittsburg to the San Diego re
fineries, and after it has been refined it will
be sent over to the Sandwich Islands and
the East. The company has its own plate
mill and makes its own cases.
The company has large refineries in St.
Lonis and has already taken large quantities
ot Lima oil there. Those interested live in
Stockton, Cal., and are all wealthy men.
TO MEET A'EXT TDESDAT.
Tbo Flood Belief Cominltteo Will Confer
It is more than probable that the Flood
Belief Committee will meet at Johnstown
next Tuesday. Mr. J. M. Scott, one of the
Pittsburg members of the commission, said:
"My opinion is that the commission ought
to meet in Johnstown once a week. I know
from my own experience at the last meeting
that the people of the stricken town were
only too pleased to see us. It inspires them
with new confidence and they like to talk
to the commission about the progress of the
work. I believe that a meeting will be
called for next week, and as some of the
Pittsburg members will not be able to at
tend it in the latter part of the week I am
just about to write a note to the secretary
asking him to arrancre the meeting for Tues
day, if possible, and I think that will be
Republican to Meet.
The second annual convention of the Re
publican League of Pennsylvania will be
held in this city September 24.
President Stuart, of Philadelphia, urges
the necessity of immediately electing
delegates. The visitors will be the
guests of the Americus and Tariff Clubs.
The committee to arrange the programme
are Messrs. McCleary, McDowell, Gripp,
Baker and Doyle.
Entitled to the Beat.
All are entitled to the best that their money
Will buy, so every family should have, at once,
a bottle ox the best family remedy. Syrup of
Figs, to cleanse tbe system when costive or
bilious. For -ale in 50c and L00 bottles by all
Grand Army Excursions Over the Pennsyl
Tickets for sale August 21 to 28 inclnsive
to Milwaukee and return, $11 from Pitts
burg. Tickets for sale August 21 to 21 in
clusive to Chicago and return, $9 from Pitts
burg. Inquire at ticket o faces of the Penn
Use "Una" flour finest spring patent in
the world. "Golden "Wedding" the best of
ead flours. "Duquesne" has no equal as
a pastry Hour, .Burning s "ivory," gem of
all family flours.
Bauerlein Brewing Company's pure,
unadulterated amber bottled beer, pints or
quarts, is especially brewed for and adapted
to family consumption. Telephone 1018,
Bennett, P. Jtwr
BEATS THEIE .EEC0ED.
The Ft. Wnrne Move. !2,6S4 Can In One
Oar The Pennsylvania Company Hnn
died 77.000 Car Insl Tear.
Last Friday the Fort Wayne toad broke
its record for carrying freight. From 7
o'clock Friday morning until the same hour
on Saturday morning the actual movement
ofcarswas2,G81. In addition there was a
movement of 250 cars in the lower yard.
It required 115 loaded engines and 18
shipping engines to move the cars. Between
Federal street depot and the Union station
the freight trains had to contend with 38
loaded passenger trains and 63 empty pas
Over the grade crossing at Federal street
one train ran every eight minutes,
which makes 186 in 21 hours. At
the West Penn crossing, the Ft,
Wayne passed 76 freight trams,
88 passenger trains and 4A mpty engines.
At the same crossing the West Penn sent
over 38 loaded passenger trains and as many
empty passenger trains. From Federal
street west the movement over the Washi
ington avenue crossing was 61 passenger
trains, 51 freight trains," 58 empty engines:
About 540 'trains and engines passed over
this' crossing in one day.
Superintendent Starr stated that the Pan
handle business for 1888 amounted to 77,000
cars, of which 45,000 were loaded. These
figures apply to the coal traffic only, and
not to coke. It can be figured what a relief
it will be to be rid of hauling these 77,000
cars through theyards of the two cities. The
opening of the Oliio connecting railroad
will obviate this.
HARD AT IT.
Everything Being; Boomed Down About the
Work is being pushed forward at the Ex
position with rapidity. In" the main build
ing the exhibitors are commencing the
erection of platforms. Manager Johnson
yesterday ktated, however, that the exhib
itors who have space allotted to them are
not making anv special effort to get articles
of exhibit in shape. He thinks there is not
the slightest reason why the exhibition
should not be opened on the day appointed,
with the exhibits in place. The ceiling
will be covered with flags and bunting,
which will give the main hall a very beau
tiful appearance. The contractors for ma
chinery hall have promised to let the society
have the floor next week. The refreshment
rooms are almost completed.
The Exposition is a good thing for insur
ance business; the pictures that are in the
hall at present are insured for $60,000, and
it will be swelled to $80,000 when all are de
livered. The building is insured for $100,
000, and another $50,000 will be placed as
soon as the building is completed. The
amount of insurance on exhibits will be
about $250,000. The grand total which will
be placed on buildings and exhibits will
reach $500,000. Two hundred persons will
be employed by the exposition and exhibi
tors for a period of two months. There are
500 applicants for the positions. . The fi
nance committee will act on them to-day.
Mr. Lautenslager.of Edward Groctzinger's
establishment, and V. H. Keech, have
charge of the floral display to be mtde in
the loyer of the main building. Mr. Keech
has charge of the decorations for the build
ing. Artists are engaged painting a picture
of W. J. Heinz Company's farm, which is
to cover the entire north end of the main
building. The work on the stands is pro
TWO EDKAWAI BOIS.
The Parents of One of the Lads Will Send
Money to Take Him Home.
Two boys, each aged about 15 years, and
giving their names as Jo"hn Wiley and John
Maurer, were picked up on the street by the
police on Wednesday, as it appeared they
were strangers and in trouble.
At Central station the boys admitted they
had run away from their homes in Phila
delphia, and gave the officers the address
of their parents. Word was telegraphed, at,
once to the Philadelphia police', and a reply"
came yesterday that Wiley's parents had
been found and would send money to have
him sent home. Maurer's folks could not
be found, aa addresses furnished by both
boys were incorrect. '
EXCURSIONS EAST AND WEST.
The Pennsylvania Takes Another Bis; Crowd
to Atlantic City.
A large number of excursionists left the
city yesterday. About 300 left for Cleveland.
Five Pullman cars loaded with 400 pleas
ure seekers pulled out for Atlantic City on
On Sunday the same road will send its
first train load to Milwaukee to attend the
G. A. B. meetings. Agent Watt will ac
company the train. Mr. Anderson, of the
Allegheny "Valley, returned home after tak
ing a party to Buffalo.
The last excursion of the Baltimore and
Ohio to Atlantic City will go out next
Thursday, August 29. Division Passenger
Agent E. D. Smith is making the arrange
ments. BE WANTS niS MONET.
Win. Anschntz Snes Booth ds Fllnn for
Work Done at Johnstown.
Wm. Anschntz, the contractor, yesterday
entered suit againrt Wm. Flinn, of Booth &
Flinn, for $2,558 for work done at Johns
town. Anschntz claims that Flinn engaged
him to go to Johnstown with two hoisting
engines and .crews to work at clearing out
the town, promising to see that he was paid.
His bill was for the amount claimed, which
he has never received. '-
It is pretty well known that Booth &
Flinn themselves have not yet been paid for
these services at Johnstown.
Plenty or Water.
Superintendent Armstrong said yesterday
afternoon that he expected to have the ba
sin of the Allegheny Water Works cleaned
last night. If it is not there will be no
failure of water in the hill districts. The
great consumption of water at the oil re
finery fire having ceased, the pumping en
gines are now able to force the water to
every part of the city. The Superintendent
says that there was more mud in the basin
at the cleaning than ever before. The state
ment that it had been five years since the
basin was cleaned was an error. It was
cleaned three years ago.
To be Tested Next Week.
The Duquesne Electric Company has
been laying a new system of electric street
car motors along West Carson street. The
track is about completed between Smithfield
street and the Point bridge... Some of the
machinery has not arrived and the trial was
not made yesterday. The trial will not
take place until next Wednesday.
Typhoid Not Spreading.
The typhoid fever, which for two months
past has been prevalent in the West End,
is now decreasing considerably. There are
but a few cases left, though many cases of
malarial fever of a mild degree exist. The
physicians have no fear now of an epidemic
from either disease.
When ill with pains and exhaustion
Parker's Ginger Ton ic is your surest relief
A Dmy Becomes a Pleasnre
When that duty is to patronize a home in
dustry, and that industry is the manufacture
of excellent beer. Franenheim'&Til5ack's
"Pittsburg Beer" is home brewed and in
comparably the finest beer in the market.
Telephone 1186. , ,
W. S. Bell & Co. have removed to their
new rooms, No. 431 Wood it. (former loca
tion). A complete assortment of cameras
dry plates and all kinds of photographic
material on hand.
IS NOT ENCOURAGING.
The Outlook for Filling Your Pantry
Shelves for the Winter.
CANNED FED1T WON'T BE PLENTY,
Because tie Season Is Slow and Tery Back
ward This lear.
THE WOMEN STICK TO BEAL1NG WAX
Inquiry among the manufacturers and
dealers in cans for fruit, develops the fact
that the old-fashioned tin can of the grand
mothers holds its place in popular favor, in
spite of the multiplication ot patent sealers
for glass cans. The sale of cans of all kinds
has been less this year than during the
previous two or three years, because of the
backwardness of the season and the de
creased production of fruit
Bankin & Holdship, manufacturers of
cans and pails, report a steady increase in
the general trade in manufactured tin goods,
hut a very poor demand for frnit cans. Mr.
Holdship said yesterday: "Last year we
sold about 2,000 gross of cans for fruit It
was a good season. This year the season is
backward. It has been wet and cold. Of
course, as we deal only with the wholesale
trade, we cannot tell as much about the
fluctuations of the consumers' demands as a
retailer. I think tin cans for preserving
frnit are holding their own, although glass
cans are now used for many kinds of fruit.
Some fruits contain acids which attack the
tin and the solder. Tomatoes contain
considerable acid, but tin is generally
used for them by wholesale canners. Can
ning houses prefer tin because it is more
safely shipped, not being so liable to break
age. That makes no difference with persons
who can for family use.
"There has been no decrease in the price
of tin plate since this firm took possession
here, but that has been only 18 months.
Tbe price of tin plate controls the price of
tin cans and other tinware. While there
may be a slight falling off in the demand
for fruit cans this season, there is a steady
increase when we take the business of three
or four years together."
A SLOW SEASON.
John Dunlap & Co. turn out the stamped
tops and bottoms for cans which they sell to
other manufacturers. Mr. Dunlap said:
"Last year we sold about; 19,000 gross of
tops and bottoms. I think this will be an
average season, although it is very late.
The tomato crop has hardly begun. Tin
cans are used generally for tomatoes and
peaches, which come at the end of the can
ning season. It is, therefore, a little too
early to say how the canning season will be.
It is slow so far, but the last halt of the
season may make up for it I hardly think
it will, however. The peach crop will be
light The sale of cans to consumers runs
until about the end of September."
Demmler Brothers deal with the retail
tinware trade. One of the members of the
firm said yesterday: "This has been a weak
season for tin cans. The Iruit crop is light,
and tomatoes and peaches are specially
scarce. In fact, they are just coming into
the market. Another thing, last season
there was a great deal of troit, and the
women put up so much stuff that many fam
ilies have a great deal left over this year.
We are taking care not to get too large a
stock on hand.
"One retailer was telling me yesterday
that his customers are falling back to tin
cans. A great deal of fruit can't stand
light and that is why glass is not so popu
lar. Another of our customers told me
this morning that his glass can trade is fall
ing oft Since the invention of various
kinds of rubber stoppers for glass1" cans the
women have tried glass for the small frnits.
They don't like them, "however, and are go
ing back to the old-fashioned tin cans and
BASPBEBBIES MADE OKAY.
"I know a lady who put up a lot of red
raspberries last year in glass. When she
came to use them she found that they had
faded and become gray. The taste may not
have been affected, bnt that didn't make
any difference. As long as they did not
look well she did not think them fit to put
on the table. You know that is the way the
women are. Things must look well re
gardless of their taste. White butter may
be just as good as yellow butter, but it
won't do. I know one woman who has
adopted the plan of wrapping paper and
cloth around her glass jars to keep the light
from the fruit
"Tinners are not fond of making cans.
They have been getting so cheap that there
is very little money in making or selling
them. We do not solicit the trade to buy
cans. We simply hold ourselves ready to
supply the demand, but our agents are in
structed not to say anything about cans."
STOEIES OP JOHNSTOWN.
Pathetic Search for the Photographs of
Some Dead Children.
S. C. Poland, of No. 260 Stony Creek
street, Johnstown, very much desires to
secure the names and addresses of two pho
tographers who visited Johnstown last sum
mer and made pictures of business houses.
He believes they belonged to Allegheny
City. One was a journeyman and the other
was his assistant In the flood Mr. Poland's
children were all drowned. He and his
wife have no portraits of their lost darlings,
but they recall that one day last summer the
children stood in front of a, store where the
photographer was at work. Their pho
tographs in the pictures were perfect Now
the parents want a copy of that picture.
The A. O. TJ. W. yesterday forwarded to
James W. Barrett, guardian of the son of
the late John G. Alexander, $2,000 insur
ance benefits, dne him by the death of his
father in the Johnstown flood. This is the
second and last benefit the A. O. XT. W.will
have to pay.
HORSFORD'S ACID PB.OSPHATB
' Makes Dellclons Lemonade.
Ateospoonful added to a glass of hot or cold
water.and sweetened to the taste, will be found
refrsshing and Invigorating.
Last Excursion to Atlantic City, Via the
Plcluresqdo B. ot O. E- B,
Via Washington, Baltimore and Philadel
phia, Thursday, Aug. 29, 1889. Tickets
good to stop at Washington City returning.
Bate, $10 for the round trip, tickets good
for 10 days. Trains with Pullman parlor
and sleeping cars will leave depot at 8 A.
M. and 920 P. 21. .Excursion tickets will bo
honored from Philadelphia to Atlantio City
on any regular train of the Beading route
from pier 7, foot of Chestnut street, Aug. 30
only. For detailed information address or
apply to E. D. Smith, Division Passenger
Agent, cor. Fifth ave. and Wood st, Pitts
burg. G. A. R. Excursion Bate to Milwaukee, $11
Via the P. fc W. K'y.
The Pittsburg and Western Bailway 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. jl, city
time, daily. Pullman sleeping cars and
first-class day coaches run through to Chi
cago without change. D
PITTSBURG AND LAKE ERIE R. R.
Special Excursion Tuesday, August 27.
Niagara Falls and return $7.
Toronto and return, $8.
Alexandria Bay and return, $12.
Lake Chautauqua and return every Tues
day and Saturday, $5.
Tickets good 15 days for return passage.
WESTING HOUSE RETALIATES.
A Now Electric Street Car Scheme Brought
Out Scon Tbe Pittsburg Company
Miows a Bold Front to Thomson-Houston.
In an interview with one of the officers
of the Wcstinghonse Electric Company re
garding the controversy between the Wesl
inghonse and the Tnomson-Houston com
panies, that gentleman said yesterdav:
Concerning the statement in the Post of
Monday morninsr, the Westinghouse people
look upon the efforts of the Thomson-Houston
Company to create a sentiment in Pitts
burg unfriendly to them, in the rosnner
undertaken, as simply ridiculous. The un
easiness and alarm of the Thomson-Houston
management concerning the possible conse
quences of the suit brought by the Westing
house Company, has been manifested to the
Westinghouse interests in many ways, and
they naturally expect that the Thomson
Houston people will resort to every possible
expedient to keep their local companies in
the line of buying apparatus from them, not
withstanding the business of such purchasers
may be seriously influenced by the result of
the suits that have been brought against the
The announcement of the Thomson-Houston
Company that they propose to bring the
fight to Pittsburg probably means that, as
they will have to defend this case in Pitts
burg, they will do so with all their energies,
as any other course would be fatal to them.
The Westinghouse Company has not here
tofore made any effort to retaliate, but here
after the Thomson-Houston Company will
find it can be very effectively done as re
gards their specialties. The Thomson
Houston Company have of late devoted
their energies very largely to the develop
ment of electric street railways, and have
invested large sums of . money on the spur
of the moment in numerous railway enter
prises. It is in this direction they will be
met by the Westinghouse Com
pany with an apparatus which
will be offered in competition with
the Thomson-Houston, to its customers, with
a certainty of a large use, since many of the
difficulties that have heretofore been en
countered will be obviated, and great econo
mies effected in the cost of apparatus and in
the use of the electric current
Previous to railwav work, the Thomson
Houston Company relied upon arc lighting
for the bulk of its business, but in this
branch of the business the Westinghouse
people claim that they now have a system
so far superior to the Thomson-Houston that
they will be able to get more than tbeir
share of tbe arc lighting business, and they
propose to give tbe Thomson-Houston people
a full dose of their own medicine in the arc
lighting business; and they feel their ability
to do so, since the apparatus referred to can
be manufactured and sold at a price greatly
below that now charged by the Thomson
Houston Company to its customers.
W. S. Bell & Co. have removed to their
new rooms, No. 431 Wood st (former loca
tion). A complete assortment ot cameras,
dry plates and all kinds ot photographic
material on hand.
-VTOTICE-THOMA8 M- McKEE IS A
JT member of the firm of Mckee & Brothers.
B. SELLEKS McKEE. au2M7
Pittsburg. AugnstSO. 1SS9.
ESTATE OF CHARLOTTE FAULKNER,
deceased Notice is hereby given that let
ters testamentary on the estate of Charlotte
Faulkner, deceased, have been granted to the
undersigned, to whom all persons Indebted to
said estate are requested to make immediate
payment, and those having claims or demands
against the same will make them known with
out delay. OLIVE GEYER PATTERSON,
Executrix, 66 East Diamond street, Allegheny
City, Pa., or a H. GEYER, Att'y at Law, 118
Qlamond St. Pittsburg. Pa. y20-9O-r
VTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-SEALED
JN proposals will be received at the office of
tbe City Controller until the 27th dav of Au
gust. A. D. 1SS9, at 2 p. it., for the following,
Kent alley, from Stanton avenue to Fjlty
second street " T .
GRADING1. PAVING AND CURBING.
Moultrie street from Fifth avenue to Forbes
Broad street from Frankstown avenue to
Howe street; from Aiken avenue 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 stone or cobble stone, and
bids will be received for each kind ot pave
meut BOARD "WALKS.
Virginia avenue from Ulysses street to
William street from Brownsville avenue to
Joel's lane from Grandvlewavenue to Omaha
Kearsarge and Belonda streets from Grace
street to Mason street,
Conrad street from Penn avenue to Liberty
avenue, IS and 20-inch pipe.
Penn avenue from Pennsylvania Railroad
bridge to tbe Neglev Run sewer, 15-inch pipe.
South Twenty-fifth street from Josephine
street to the Monongahela river, 24-inch
Gum street from a point 63 feet south of
Cliff street to Webster avenue, 12-inch pipe.
Hemans and Kirkpatrick streets and Center
avenue from Charles street to Reed street 13
and 18-inch pipe
Rebuilding the Forty-eighth street sewer,
Shaffer and Arch streets culvert
Plans and specifications c?n be seen and
blanks for bidding can be 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.
PROPOSALS WILL EE TAKEN FOR THE
repainting of 4 school houses (two coats) in
McCandless township up to August 3L Board
will meet at No. 4 at 1 p. K.
WM. EMBICK, Secretary,
an21-9-yp PerrysvUIe P.O.
PROPOSALS BIDS FOR PAVING MAR
KET street with cobble stone from Sec
ond to Third streets. Leechburg, Pa., will be
received until SEPTEMBER 3, 1883. The
Council reserves the right to reject any and all
bids. Plans and specifications of proposed work
can be seen by calling on or addressing
JAMES D. BOAL, aurgess,
au23-4D Leechbure. Pa.
"VTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED
JLN proposals will be received by the Board of
Directors of Clarion Normal Schools for the
erection of a manual training hall, etc.. etc.
Plans and specifications for same can be. seen
at the office of W. W. Greenland, Esq., Clarion,
Clarion county, or J. P. Bailey, architect Pitts
burg, tbe proposals to be lett with Mr. C. A.
Rankin. Clarion, on or before August 8L The
committee reserves the right to reject any or
all proposals. C. A. RANKIN.
Officios' Borough Clebk. i ,
McKeespoet, Pa.. August 21, 1889. f
VTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED
J proposals will be received at the office of
the Borough Clerk until FRIDAY, August 23,
A D. 1SSU. at 4 P. ic, for tbe construction of a
7-foot brick sewer through the property of the
Mohongahela Furnace Co. from the north line
of tbe P. McK, & Y. R. H, to tbe Monongahela
river. Plans and specifications of the above
work can be seen, and blanks for bidding, and
all Information can be had at the Engineer's
office on and after this date. Each proposal
must be accompanied by a bond In double tbe
amount of the proposal, and probated before a
Notary Public, and said proposals must be
banded In on or before the above specified
time; unless said requirements are strictly
carried out tbe bid will not be considered. Tbe
Committee on Sewers reserve the right to re
ject any or all proposals.
GEORGE BOSSART, Borough Clerk.
128X THIRD AVE., UPSTATES.
Gents' shoes soled and heeled In 15 minutes
for 75 cents.
Finest work In the city. my23-ll-WT
I Smithfield street Plttsbnnr. Pa. Pv.ffcAit.
rreund Building, second floor, mhat-SO-Kwr
&-DUplay advertUemmti on dollar ptr
tquare for one imertton, Clairifled advertUo
mtntt on this page tuch ai Wanted, lor Sale,
To Let, etc, ten centi per line for each imer
tton, and none taken for leu than fifty cent.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to O P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
.Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
sdrertlsers already have accounts with TBS D1S
THOMAS MCCAryKKY, S5u9 Bntler street.
EM1L o. stUCKEy; 2tth street and Penn are.
E. G. DTUCKEY A CO., Wylle ave. and Kolton It.
N. bTOJUiXY, FUth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, eia Penn arenas.
MCA LLISTEK & SHEIBLER, 5 th av. & AtWOOd s t
JACOB 8POHN. No. 2 Carson street.
H. A. DONALDSON. 1707 Canon street
A. 3. KAEKCHEK, 9 Federal street.
II. J. McBKIDE. federal and Ohio streets.
I'RED H. EGGEK3. 172 Ohio street.
T. H. EOOEKS ft BON, Ohio and Chestnut st.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENKY. Western and Irwin ayes.
U. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Be aver ares.
1'EKKY M . O LEIM. Hebeccs and Allegheny sves.
TTTANTEO-A FIRST-CLAbS COATMAKEK.
VV Apply to W. a BALDWIN, Washington,
TTJ-ANTED-10 BRICKLAYERS APPLY AT
VY once to C. TKAUIWK1N, SS33 barah St.,
WANTED-A GOOD1UIGOY BLACKSMITH,
Immediately. McMASTElt WALL. Klt
Unnlnsr, Pa. anS-lt
T7"ANTED-A FIRST-CLAS3 PRES3ER-AP-V
PLY at M. MAY SONS ft CO. '3. 56 blxth
aTennc, city. auzz-io
WANTEU-l T1NER ON ASSORTMENT
and boy with experience. E. S. WEBB,
718 Fifth ave. auZJ-sT
TT7"ANTED-A TINNEK IMMEDIATELY.
YV Call or address L. N. UUKRf, EransCIty,
P. ft W. B. K., Pa. au23-2l
TTTANTED-TWO GOOD BUTCHERS IMME
street, Braddock, Pa. au23-3l
"T7"ANTED-BARBERS AT THE ORIGINAL
V and old reliable barbers' snpply house, 80
DIAMOND ar, Pittsburg. auJI-17-MWr
WANTED STENOGRAPHER WITH TYPE
WRITER Immediately. Address "S" and
state salary. Dispatch office. auS3-
TV7"ANTED-A YOUNG MAN FOB SHOE
TV salesman: must have experience; are 18-19.
No. ttr SMITHFIELD ST., city. au2J-U
WANTED A GOOD MAN IN EVERY
town ; salarvpald weekly. Address SHER
MAN, TANGENBEKG ft CO., 161) W. Lake St.,
Chicago. - an23-4
TTTANTED-A BUTCHER-A YOUNG MAN
V (single) that is steady and thoroughly under
stands the business. Apply J. M., 41S Larimer
are., E. E. SU23-4S
TTANTED YOUNG MAN FOR 8HORT
T HAN D, typewriting and general office work;
state salary expected, reference and age. Addrrss
P. B. II., Dispatch office. au23-l
WANTED-BLACKSM1TH FOR WORK AT
a shaft to build cages and do general
mine work. Apply at once to J. C. MARTIN,
Portage. Cambria county. Pa. au23-13
WANTED-SALESMEN TO SELL A PATENT
ledger, advertising cards, rans, calendars,
rulers, novelties for advertising, etc. to mer
chants. MODEL LEDGLK CO., South Bend. lnd.
ANTED-2 GOOD MACHINISTS NONE
other but those nsed to light tine rrk need
r: good wages and steady work. Call on K.
UTTALL ft CO., Grant and Boquel sts., Alle
WANTED-AGENTS FOR A NEWLY PAT
ENTED kitchen utensil: exclusive territory
free: agents making RS to Sta a week. Address
with stamp, JAMFS ROACH, 902 N. Twenty-ninth
St.. Philadelphia, Pa. au23-7
ANTED ACCIDENT INSURANCE;
orst-class solicitors wanted In cltr and
country: highest remuneration. Address FlDEL-
MlTiUALAID ASSOCIATIONSOI Kearney
St., San Francisco. Cal.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS. SOBER PRE
SCRIPTION glass blowers; also a few good
finishers: union wages: steady work; fare paid;
write fullv: say who tou worked for. CHICAGO
GLASS MFQ. CO.. Chicago. anl8-45-p
VIT ANTED MOLDMAKERS FOUR (4)
T first-class vise hands and one (1) first-class
lathe hand: best wages and stead v work to first
class mechanics. Inquire of NEW BRIGHTON
GLASS CO., New Brighton, Pa. au23-!4
-YTT A NT ED COMPETENT AND EXPE
YY KIENCED assistant bookkeeper, with good
character and references, is wanted for our furni
ture department. Apply, between 9 and 10 A. M
O. McCLINTOCK ft CO., 33 Fifth ave. auZZ-U
use of tbe phonograph and phonogranh
graphaphone taught at tbe WESTERN PENNA.
PHONOGRAPH CO.'S, 148 Fifth ave.; situations
will be secured for educated operators.
WANTED-AGENTS TO SOLICIT OEDEltS
for our celebrated oil portraits: the finest
made; no experience required; beginners earn
SSOaweek; S3 outfit free; send for full particulars:
a rare chance. S AFFORD ADAMS ft CO., 48
Bond St., New York. aulo-31-D
WANTED FAKIRS aND OTHERS TO
make money by handling our novelties; we
now have the finest thing on earth for the (all
fairs; goes like hot cakes; call at once and be out
fitted. ANCHOR NOVEL1Y CO., L1M., No. 13
Seventh St., Pittsburg. au22-21
TTITANTED MAN-TO TAKE AGENCY OF
YY our safes; size 23x18x18 Inches; weight 500
lbs. : retail price (35; other sizes In proportion ; rare
chance to create permanent business at home:
these safes meet demand never berore supplied by
othersafe companies, as we are not governed by
me oaie irooi. jLi.nr.E. BAX.&IAJ., Cincinnati. v.
Female Ileln. "
"TTTANTED-COOK; GOOD WAGES. NO. 70S
W N. JUL AND AVE., second door from
Hayes street. au23-S
have long experience; only such need ap
ply; good salary. BOSENBAUM ft CO. au23-33
WANTED TWO LADY CANVASSERS;
those having bad some experience pre
ferred ; good pav to good workers. Apply to J. R.
CU ITER, 1038 Penn avenue. Boom 2. au23-3S
Male and Female fJelo.
WANTED-AT ONCE SO LABORERS: tLW
per day; steady work; 20 farm nands. 3
waiters, dlnlngroom girls and chambermaids,
saleslady and sewing girL 3 dish washers and
pantry girls, hotel cook, house girls. MEEHAN 'S,
S43 Grant street. au21-D
WANTED -K5 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 rnd valuable sample
case free; we mean Just what we say. Address at
once STANDARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston.
-TTTANTED-PHYSICIAN, AGED 30. GltADU
YY ATE of the Jefferson Medical College, wishes
to associate with busy or retiring physician; or
will buy established practice of 12,000 or more In
city or village. Address 1430 FOURTH AVE.,
Altooiia, l'a. au23-100
WANTED-$3,50 WILL PURCHASE A HALF
Interest In one of tbe best paying businesses
In Allegheny; location the choicest, and the only
place of Its kind In Western Pennsylvania: no
opposition, and ought to clear from fu00 to f3,C00
annually; to a lire mau who wants a bonanza and
means business shall be pleased to give particu
lars In detail. Address BONANZA, Dispatch
WANTED-STTUATION BY A YOUNG MAN
as cutter In meat market; has 6 years ex
perience. Address MEAT CUTTER, Dispatch
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN WITH SOME
experience desires a situation as an lm-
rover and pattern maker. Address PATTERN,
Hspatch office. au23-39
Boarders and Lodscrs.
TTT-A-NTED SUMMER BOABDERS THE
YY Summervllle, at St. Clair, is beantimily
situated on tho S. Clair river. For particulars
address C F. STONE, St. Clair, Mich. au20-3
WANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY PBOP
ERTY, over HO00; i4 per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER ft CO., K Fourth avenue.
"TTTANTED- MORTGAGES-LARGE AND
VY smaliamountson Improved city property
at S per cent. W. A. HERRON ft SONS. 80 Fourth
avenue, anl-80-1,3, 8,7,9, 12.14. 18, 19, 21, 23.28, 28, 30
YV In large and small amounts st 4K. 5 and 8
?er cent, free of State tax: no delay. HEED B.
mLEft CO., 131 Fourth ave. myn-eO
WANTED-TO LOAN (500,000. IN AMOUNTS
of S3, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on iH per cent, tree of tax: also smaller
amounts at Bands per cent, BLACK ft BAUiD,
95 Fourth avenue.
TIT ANTED MORTGAGES-fl, 000, COOTO LOAN
Y V on city snd suburbsn properties at 4K, Sand
(percent, and on larms In Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 8 per cent. 1. M. PEN NOCK ft
SON, 105 Fourth avenue.
WANTED TO LOAN (30,000 ON MORT
GAGES: fMO snd upwsrd at 8 per cent;
500, 000 at Hi per cent on residences or business
.property, also In adjoining counties. 8. H,
i-KENCU, 1 fourth avenue, oc3l-e-
WANTED-IXO TO rcO,000 TO LOAN ON
mortgages: 4. Sand 8 per cent. JAMES
W. DRAPE ft CO.. 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg.
SUIS-76-1S, 16, 17, 19,21,23, 24,28.28.3
TTTANTED-EVERxBUDYTO 8END THEIR
YV furniture needing npholsterlng. repairing
and refinlshlng to HAUGH ft KEENAN. 33 and
34 Water st. 'Phono 1E3. an!4
WANTED-PERSONSTO JOIN AN ELGIN
Watch Club and to pay II per week on fine
gold watches drawn each week; call at once.
JOHN MITSCH. 130 Federal St., Allegheny.
WANTED TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BERS to secure a One gold watch for each
one In the club at tl 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX SOI, and I will call and snow you the watch.
WANTED MEN GOING TO LIVERPOOL,
Glasgow and London, who can have a
chance working tbelrpassags on cattle steamers
at a small expense by applying to JOHN OA KES
ft BRO.. 800 S. Second St.. Philadelphia. au23-27--
TJi7ANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
YV TOORAPHER, 90 Fifth avenue. Pittsburg,
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-THE 'ADDRESS OF 2 PHOTOG
RAPHERS (one a young man and tbe other
middle-aged) who were taking pictures of busi
ness houses' In Johnstown last summer;
supposed to be from Allegheny. S.. Y. POLAND,
281) Stony Creek St., Johnstown, Pa. au23-19
WANTED-BARBERS TO KNOW THAT THE
secret or our success Is that we have the
most substantial and best upholstered chairs at
astonishingly low prices: tbe fact that ourchalrs
and other goods are found In ninety-nine out of
every hundred shops In this city and adjacent
towns Is sufficient evidence of our claim. K'S3
W. BLACK. SO Diamond St., Pittsburg: the orlgl
nal Barbers' Supply House. anil-17-Mwr
FOR SALE I3IPHOTED HEAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-10 PER CENT INVESTMENT
frame bouses or 4 rooms each, and 2 brick of
Sroomseacb, on a paved and sewered street: must
be sold at once: good reason for selling: lot 30x100;
only 15,200. SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO.. 99
Fourth ave. aulS-54-uwr
FORSALE-TOSETTLETHEESTAIE OF H.
Mayerbofer, deceased, lot 60X114 feet, with 2
new brick houses of 7 rooms each In front and 1
In rear of 6 rooms, with room to build In front;
all at a very moderate price If sold qulcc. W. A.
HERRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth are. au23-17-D
FOR SALE A GOOD SUBSTANTIAL NEW
brick dwelling on Clark St., near Crawford,
containing 7 rooms and finished attic hall, dry
cellar, artificial gas and city water np and down
stairs; lot -0x133 feet to Boss St.: very reasonable
price and terms are ofiercd on this beautiful city
home. BLACK, ft BALHD, 93 Fourth ave. 2-e-74.
FORSALE-H700-NO LESS WILL BUY TWO
nice brick dweUlngs of six rooms each, etc:
corner lot 75x91 feet, Colwell and Townsend
streets, one square from Fifth Avenue Bank:
rental 1500 per year; room to build two more
bouses: property Is cheap at (0,000; big bargain:
ALLES ft BAILEY, 184 Fourth avenue. Tele
phone 167, au22-90
FOR SALE- CHOICE HOUSES ON SIDNEY
St.. above 23d; best location on Southslde:
bouses have pressed brick fronts and contain 8
rooms, with bath andlaundry.if wanted city water,
both gases and first-class plumbing; one square
from Carson at. cars: terms, 1,000 cash, balance
payable to suit thepurcbaer. Apply, as noted on
houses, or to B. PHILLIPS, Dispatch office
Fifth ave.. city.
East End Residence.
FOB SALE-ON CRAIG BT., NEAR FIFTH
avenue, a residence of 8 rooms, cor. lot 65 ft
front; price reasonable W. A. HEBRON ft
SONS, 80 Fourth ave. aul7-100-17,20,2J,28.29
EOR SALE ON ROUP ST-2-STORY FRAME
bonse of 9 rooms, 8-foot hall and vestlbnle,
front poreb: lot 48x161 to alley: (9.500. THOS.
LIGGETT, 114 Fourth are. aul5-70-lS, 16,17.19.21,23
FOR SALE FINE 8-ROOMED HOUSE-LOT
48x135 feet, on Grazier street, Homewood;
will sell cheap and on easv payments. MELLON
BROTHERS. 6349 Station St.. E. E.
FOB SALE-ON THE CORNER OF 1 WO GOOD
streets In East Liberty, good brick house of S
rooms and lanndry; lot 53x123: price 112,000.
THOS. A. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth avef
aul5-70-15, 18,17, 19,21,23
FOR BALE-FINE HOUSES AND LOTS NEAR
Penn and Firth ares. (Point Breeze); this
location Is first-class: call and see our offers on
easy payments. MELLON BROS., 6349 Station
st., E. E. aui9-I-MWr
2-story mansard, reception ball and 11 rooms,
front and back porches, good cellar; all the
modern Improvements; lot 48x161; only 7,500.
THOS. LIGGETT, U4 Fourth arenne.
anIS-70-15, 18. 17, 13,21,23
FOR SALE-A HOME IN OAKLAND FOB
(3,700; a new, modern style, frame dwelling
of 7 rooms, hall, vestlbnle, bath, range, slate
mantels. Inside sbntters and all Improved con
veniences. BLACK ft BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-IN COLTART SQUARE, OAK
LAND,.deslrabl new houses of latest style
of architecture, fl rooms, elegantly furnished,
complete In all Its appointments: near cable line;
complete sewerage, street lmprorements made.
For plans and Information see W. A. HERRON
ft SONS, or U. K. BEAM, on the premises.
FOR SALE PARTIES LOOKING FOR
houss 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 slxtv
days; asphalt pavements, natural ana artificial
gas. a beautiful park planted with shade trees,
and convenience to the city, being but 20 minutes
by Pittsburg Traction road, are among tbe ad
vantages. Prices. 18,500 and (8,700, on easy terms.
Apply to C. H. CHANCE, on the premises.
T710R SALE-ON LACOCKNEAR SANDUSKY
JU St., Allegheny, at a reasonable price, 2
houses, 1 brick In front, 1 frame In rear; lot 20 ft.
front to Stoddard st. W. A. HEBRON ft SONS,
80 Fourth ave. au22-l-D
T7H)RSALE-ORTO LET-A BEAUTIFUL NEW
X? house of 7 rooms, bath room, pantry, finished
attic etc.. on Marshall ave.. Allegheny: 2 min
mes' walk, on good boardwalk to electric cars,
which will run to Pittsburg postofflce after Octo
ber 1; bouse will be finished September 1: prlco
(5,000; payments monthly or otherwise. THOS.
M. MARSHALL. Jr., 117 Diamond St., Pittsburg,
FOR S ALE-BELLEVUE PROPERTY: FRAME
house 7 rooms, ball, porches, nat, gas. etc.;
lot 50x230 feet: a nice borne. A. D. WILSON. &a
Federal st.. Allegheny. au21-3S-wrs
POR SALE-ONLY 6X20n-CENTEB AVE.,
Brnshton station, P. R. R.. 4 minutes' walk
from station, a pretty 2-story frame dwelling ot 7
rooms, ball, natural gas. front and back porch,
washbousc and all necessary outbuildings; lot
(0x133 feet: this Is a real bargain, and can be
bought on very easy payments. BLACK ft
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 3-a-2S3. an 10-4
FOR SALE-SUBURBAN RESIDENCE IN
borough, 12 acres: 870 feet front on principal
avenue: on good macadamized road: never faring
spring and well of purest water; large, beautiful
brick dwelling, with slate roof, marble mantels,
inside w. c., bath, laundry, pantry, natural and
Illuminating gases; best fruited place In the
country; a bargain. W. H. HESELBARTH. Real
Estate Agent, 121 Wabash st,. West End, city.
FOR SALE LOTH.
East End Lots.
TT'OB SALE-4JS0 FOR A GOOD S0-FT. FRONT
X1 lot at Ben Venue: also, other bargains In this
vicinity, alloneisypayments. MELLON BROS.,
6349 Station st.,-E. E. aul9-l-Mwr
T?OK SALE ON WALNUT bT., NEAR
X! Hlland ave., beautiful lot 75x220 to a 50ft. st. ;
elegant neighborhood: convenient to both steam
ana cable cars; special terms If purchaser will
improve at once THOS. LIUGETT, No. 114
Fourth ave. aul7-74-wrsSu
TTIOR BALE-ON BARTON ST., BETWEEN
J? Center and Ellsworth ayes., beauttrul lot
60x150: connections to sewer, natural and arti
ficial gas and city water made to each lot: reason
able price and on easy terms. THOS. LIGGETT,
No. 114 Fotrth ave. aul7-74-wrssu
FOR SALE-NOW I8THETIME TO INVESTI
GATE Baum Grove lots; this plan sewered,
curbed and wide lagstone sidewalks completed;
prices below actual value. Full Information
from MELLON BROS., East End, or JOHN F.
BAXTER, Agent, 512 Smithfield st. anlS-52-MWT
-pOR SALE BEAUTIFUL BHADYSIDE
JD lots, 60x100 feet. Atlantic aye., 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 ft BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-LOTSON MAPLE ANDLINDEN
avenues snd Lombard street. Allegheny, In
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH MCNAUUUER, 43 N. Diamonds.
FOR SALE-10 ACRES IN TOR ELEVENTH
ward, Allegheny, on line of P., Ft. W. AC.
R. R.: convenient to streetcars, proposed boule
vard and electric road: good location for hotel or
club bouse: would divide nicely Into lots. SAM
UEL W. BLACK ft CO., 99 1) ourth ave. aull-ll
TJiOB SALE-.LOTS IN VILLA PARK PLAN:
V adjoins city line and no city taxes; oyer 40
trains dally each wsy: secure plan from JNO, F.
BAXTER, Agt., 212 Smithfield st. au2M3-Tur
FOR SALE-CHEAP BUBURBAN LOTS AT
Asplnwail station, adjoining Sharpsburg, at
very low prices and easy terms: special induce
ment offered to early purchasers; call or send for
plans. W. A. HEBRON ft SONS. No. 80 Fourth
FOBHALE-A.J11CH FARM. 125 ACRES.
finest situation on Allegheny rtrer, short ride
from city, frame dwelling. 1J rooms, French plate
walnut doors, billiard Jiall adjoining, summer
IOR SALE-ON WEBSTER AVE.. COR.
Wooster st . Elerenth ward. 1 square from
cable line lot 57xll0 ft. W. A. HERRON ft
SONS. 80 fourth ave
FOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL- LOTS AT MORN
INGSIUE. Eighteenth ward; can be bought
for (50 to 1400; long payment; the owner will
build bouses for purchasers and give long time
to pay for them; requiring an outlay of very little
more than a fair rent. Call upon the owner,
CHAS. E. CORNELIUS. 406 Grant St., Pittsburg,
or go upon the premises and see Ms agent. N. P.
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FJR SALE A GERMAN PAPER ROUTE IN
AUegheny,maklng about f IS, after all expense
paid, a week; will sell cheap If can be sold soon.
Address J. C H., Dispatch office. au23-10
IOR SALE-A WELL-PAYING BUSINESS
on good street In Allegheny at a bargain:
this will bear Inspection: tail and see. HAL
TENSPEROEB ft WILLIAMS. 154 Fourth are.
FOR SALE A GOOD ESTABLISHED
plumbing business In McKeesport: reason
for selling, falling health; a good chance for a live
man. Apply to D. CHISUOLM, 516 Walnut st ,
FOR BALE-RESTAURANT-eSOU-BEST LIT
TLE stand In the city, haying a net annual
profit or (3.000; splendid chance for a lire, active
man that understands the business. Call early.
J. R. COOPER ft CO . 107 Fourth ave AUZ3-35
FOR SALK-GOOD MILK ROUTE IN ALLE
GHENY; wagon, horse harness: Icebox;
churn for wagon; measures of all kinds; bell:
churn for making butter: 2 dozen of cans of alt
kinds and sizes and all other fixtures belonging
to milk bnslness, too numerous to mention; owner
wanting to sell out In case of sickness: sold cheap
If sold soon. Address (one week) MILK DEALER,
Dispatch office. au22-12
lOR 8ALE-THE BEST FALL AND WINTER
business season that Plttibnr? has erer known
win soon oe nere. unoice cneap grocery stores,
drygoods and notion stores, bakeries, furnished
house for roomers, very profitable large bakery
and confectionery, cigar stores, feed store, milk
depot, restaurants and dining rooms, printing
office shoe stores; good city grocery stoic to ex
change for city building lots. Free particulars.
bUEPARD ft CO.. 54 Fifth ave au21-51
FOR SALE-A FOUNDRY AND MACHINE
shop, now running, with large trade: manu
facturing specialties, too: eligibly situated : satis
factory reasons for selling: principals only apply.
uuoiitiLsa, x.u. ooxisi, xittsDurg, zra. aua-.
FoksAle-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.
FOR SALE ADVANCE ROLLER MILLS
Newly refitted to Case system, steam power;
doing No. 1 work: desirably located onB.lt.;
plenty of hard wheat at mill door: terms low. Call
or address TAYLOR BROS, ft CO., Rogers, Col.
Co.. o. ' au!2-6T-D
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, etc
FOR 8 A L E-HORSE-CHEAP-SUTTABLE
for general purposes: good size; good worker.
At 34 ALLEGHENY AVENUE, near Rebecca
street, Allegheny. au23-52
FOR SALE-A FAMILY HORSE-OENTLE
and kind, nice driver: also harness and
coyered wagon. fJan be seen at E. GENSEN
LEITER'S STABLES, Seventh St. au23-22
FOR SALE-AN IDEAL DRIVING HORSE,
7-year-old. bright bay, 15J hands, fast trot
ter and would single-foot under saddle; hand
some, perfectly sound and without a fault. B. S.,
Dispatch office. aul6-38-TUFSu
FOR SALE-FOUR BUGGIES AND SIX ROAD
carts: muct be sold cheap to make room for
ether goods: also three head ot horses, all young
and sound: call and geta bargain. BENNETrft
FLOOKER. cor. KUpatrlckand West End aye,
T7OR SALE GILT-EDGED, GOLDEN-SKIV
P Jersey cow. 3 Tears old. "Annie Jefferson'
perfect udder reata: gives 18 qnarts rich milk
dally, makes 16X pounds butterperweek:lso
eagea young siock lor sale; st.
H. C.GRAFF, Kensington, O.
FOR SALE A BAY GELDING BY IDOL
Wilkes: will sell htm at less than value: Is not
afraid of cable or steam cars, and Is a perfect road
ster: has a record of 2:38. and wlU show 3 heats In
2-30 or better: sound and all right. Apply to JOHN
C. COLLINS, Homewood Driving Park. Pitts
burg, Pa. au21-12-lTWT
Machinery una Illetals.
TTVOR SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
X1 and refitted: repalrlngnromntly attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY ANDMACHlNECCLlMj,
below Suspension bridge Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles kept In stock, from
4 to 100 b. p. tall refitted: good as new, at lowest
rices; mountea ponaoie engines, sioaji,p,
FOR BALE HOISTING ENGINES, NEW
and second band; wire and manllla rope der
rick and fittings, hoisting tubs and cars, clay and
ore pans engines, boilers and machinery.
THOMAS CARLIN'S SONS, Lacock and Sandusky
sts., Allegheny. an5-17-MWT
FOR SALE-SMALL SAFE, NEW: PRICE
only (20: combination lock. etc. C. H.LOVE,
93 Fourth avenue. au23-25
LOST A PUG BITCH-ANSWERS TO THE
name of Judy. A suitable reward will be
given for her return to 123 FIRST AVE. au23-53
LOST-SATURDAY, THE17TH INST., ON THE
3:30 F. X. W asblngton accommodation train,
a photographic lens, with duplex shutter. Finder
prill be rewarded by returning It to W.
S. BELL ft
CO.. Wood st , Pittsburg.
PERSONAL-BOOKS! BOOKS I BOOKS!
New and old, ancient and lcouern. standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30.000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK bTOBE. 900
Liberty st. au3-93
PERSONAL WHY TBOUBLE YODR WIFE,
mother or daughters In renalrlng and clean
ing your old clothes, when It can be done for a
trifle by DICKSON, tbe Tailor, cor. Firth aye.
and Wood St., second floorr Charges moderate;
facilities unsurpassed: suits made to order; spring
styles now ready, lelephoce 1558. mbs
PERSONAL-SAY, nARRY, THAT NEW
suit Is Immense but your shoulders look as
though you had gone through a snow storm from
that dandruff falling from yonr head. Wby don't
yon get your barber to give a shampoo with
ROSS W. BLACK'S Keystone Snow Flako Egg
bbampoo Cream, and I'll guarantee you will
never be troubled with dandruff any more.
rBAND rXPERA. TTOUSE.
.E. D. WILT, Lessee and Manager.
Week commencing Monday, August 28.
Yon wonld'nt know it.
A GRAND REVIVAL OP
A Pullman Palace Car.
W. A. MESTAYER, THERESA VAUGHN
and their (Treat, bis company of
COMEDIANS. VOCALISTS ds DANCERS.
ARRIS' THEATER EVERY AFTER
NOON and evening. Grand donble DUL
Week Ane. 26-"The World Against Her."
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Angnst 26 Mestayer's Tourists in a Pullman
Palace Car. . anl9-9
Angnst 28 Frank Daniels, in Little Fuck.
TTARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
Matinees Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
JOS. J. SULLIVAN'S
au20 SPECIALTY COMBINATION.
DO NOT HESITATE
to bay lots in Allegheny City if yon can On d
choice property, desirably located, at a mod
is tight on the line of rapid improvement,
near new California avenna and proposed
Bellevne electric road. Lots are large, well
drained, beautifully situated and are the
cheapest borne sites now offering in Allegheny.
At taOU to 3500 each. Call on me for plans and
conveyance to the ground.
313 Wood St
TOLET-10-ROOM HOUSE ON OSE OF THE
cross avenues near to smithfield St.: water
on each floor, c. H.LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue.
TO LET NO. 7M WYLIE AVE.. SEVEN
rooms: also a new 5-roomed house on Vlckroy
st. T.GBIFFLV, US Washington St., or S3 Cen
ter ave. auS-84
TO LET-ON PAGE ST.. BRICK HOUSES S
rooms, all the Improvements, front and back:
yards; good locations. A.D. WILSON. 55 Federal
St. Allegheny. au21-38-WIS
TO LET-NEAR P. AW. B. R. DEPOT AND
Ninth street bridge, on River ayenne. Alle
gheny, a good house. rooms, only S35 per mo.
W. A. HEBRON A SONS, GO Fourth avenue.
OQces. Delt Room. cVc
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILDJ
INC. 73. 77 and 79 Diamond street, two or the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be found In the
city; rent, taioand S300 per annum. Including elec
tric llghts.)nttor service and steam heating.
Apply between 10 A. X. and 1 r. v., or between
2 and 4 r. X. JJ23-57
rpO LET-STOBE OR OFFICE ROOM, WITH
JL large vault, suitable for Insurance office or
similar business. In Uermanla Sayings Bank
building. No. 419 Wood street: room formerly oc
cupied by George Relneman as saloon, and now
temporarily occupied by the American Express
Co.; it is two steps below grade, maklngaflrst
class basement. Inquire at THE BANK.
TO LET-A STORE AND DWELLING ON
Smithfield St. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth sye
TO LET-LARGE STOREROOM AND DWELL
ING, Nos. 17 and S Diamond it. & II.
LOVE. 93 Fourth avenue. an3-tt
KEWARD-J75 WILL BE PAID-FOR THE
return ofa diamond scarfpln. lost Wednes
day evening, somewhere between Pittsburg and
Allegheny. The stone weighs about 23-18 carats
and was set In a plain gold setting. Address
STEPHEN LEACH. Business Manager "The
World Against Her," Harris'Theater, or FRED
BEUCHLER, 33 West Diamond, Allegheny.
STRAYED A SMALL MOOLEY COW WTTH
short tall; color red and gray mixed. All ex
penses paid for her return to JOHN McCABE.
Braddock. Pa. ao22-84
A UCTION SALE I AUCTION SALEl
In the Eleventb Ward, Allegheny City, Pa.
I will expose at auction sale. SATURDAY.
Aucust24,18S9. at 2 o'clock P. St., a number of
fine buildin; lots in Peter Stackhouse plan of
lots, located on tho New Brighton road, or
West End avenue, where tbe proposed electrio
or cable road is to pass tbrongh to Bellevue.
and Is now only alouto minutes' walk to tho
Union Line Railway station and about 10 min
utes' walk to Wood' Ran station on the P., Ft
W. C. R. R, and about 15 minutes' walk to or
from Pleasant Valley. This property is close)
to the Eleventh waid public school. There are
also churches, both German and English, of
diffcre' t religious rites. In the immediate)
TERMS OF SALE wlU be as follows: 510
down on each lot on the day of sale, then $11
per month nntil 5100 are paid, when the deed
will be given and good bond or mortgage taken
to secure tbe balance ot the unpaid pnrchaso
money, tor 5 to 6 years, said purchase money to
be paid annually pro rata, and interest at 6 per
cent on the unpaid purchase money from tho
time of purchase, said interest payable serai
annn'i'r'. For fnrthcr information call on or
ad ressLvBLATTNER, AgentandAnctloneer,
223 Franklin st Allegheny. Pa. an22-79
FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23,
At 10 o'clock, at the rooms.
NO. 311 MARKET STREET.
Fine walnut, oak and cherry chamber suits,
wardrobes, folding beds, cneffoniers, dressers,,
washstands, bedsteads, fine bookcases, Moore's
cabinet desk, cost $155: cashier's desk in natural
cherry, parlor tables, fine suits in rugs, plushes,
tapestries and haircloth mattresses, springs,
mirrors, pictures, ornaments, clocks, pillows,
lamps, couches, lounges, extension tables, side
boards, rockers, chairs, china, glass and silver
ware, stoves, refrigerators, brussels and ingrain
carpets, rugs, curtains, linoleum, notions, sun
HENRY AUCTION CO.. LIM,
T. GEOBGE'S HALL FOR BOY8 AND
young men, St. George's, Md., near Balti
more, Prof. J. C. KInear, A. M., Principal, Col
lege or business. Unsurpassed in advantages,
comfort and situation. 5200 to 275 a year.
HOLY GHOST COLLEGE
Complete preparatory, commercial and
collegiate departments, reopens WEDNES
DAY. SEPTEMBER 4; new students examined
Monday. September 2. Apply to Rev. JoilX
T. MURPHY, C. S. Sp., President. jyl7-2S
T ONG VIEW, BROOKVLLLE, PA,
A Church School for Girls, will reopen SEP
TEMBER 11. 1SS9. For catalogue apply to
Rev. JOHN G. MULHOLLAND. LL.D..
MOUNT STE. URSULE. OAKLAND-THE
Ursullne Academy reopens on SEP
ijIBEH 2; boarders and day scholars re
ceived. For further particulars apply to
S. STE. GERTRUDE.
TWO CHOICE 8CH00L8.
BROOKE HALL, for girls and younc;
ladies. 8H0BTLIDGE MEDIA ACADEMY,
for boys and young men. SWITLUN U.
BHORTLIDGE. A. SI. (Harvard graduate).
Media, Pa., near Philadelphia. anl-8
MISS MARY MAC DONALD. FORMER
principal ot Miss Fuller's school, will
A SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
OCTOBER 1, 1SS9.
NEW YORK MILITARY ACADEMY,
Cornwall-on-Hudson. Courses of study In
civil engineering, English and classics. Labor
atory, drawing room and field work. Beautiful
buildings, grounds, location. COL. C. J.
WRIGHT, B. S..A. M BupL; BELDKN F.
HYATT. Comd't of Cadets. jelO-H
ROCK HILL COLLEGE, ELLICOTT CITY,
Md.; conducted by tbe brothers of the
Christian Schools; scientific, classical and com
mercial courses: the modern languages and
drawing are taught without extra cbarg:
studies will be resumed on the first Monday of
September. For particulars address
au!6-23 BROTHER DENIS. President.
MOUNTAIN SEMINARY. BIRMING
HAM. Pa. A thorough school for young
is. Situation noted lor health. Homo
comforts. 33d year. Grounds, 100 acres. Three
courses of study. Prepares for college. Send
for illustrated catalogue. A. R. GRIER, Busi
ness Mn'gr. MISS N. J. DAVIS, PrlncipaL
KEBLE SCHOOL. 8YRACU8E.N. X.
Boarding School for Girls. Under tbe su
pervision of the Rt. Rev. F. D. Huntington. 8.
T. D. Tbe nineteenth school year begins
Wednesday, September 11, ISStf. References
Rr. Rev. H.C. Potter. D.DN.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
Alias AlAit x j. jAurk-our, principal.
St. Xavier's Academy.
Academic year commences on the first
Monday In September. Prompt attendance of
pupils is requested. From September 2 to 11
inclusive a conveyance will meet all trains
from Pittsbnrg stopping at Beatty station.
After this date the conveyance will meet tha
noon train on Wednesday and Saturday.
Forfnrther information apply to the DI
RECTORS of the Academy. an!8-9
TflEPMSYLYANIA STATE COLLEGE.
Fall session opens September 11. Examinations,
for admission September 10. New buildings and
equipment greatly Increase the facilities for In
struction la all departments. Courses In Agri
culture, Chemistry. Bottny and Horticulture,
Civil. Mechanical and Electrical Engineering,
and in General Science and Modern Languages.
Special courses for Ladles. Tuition free. Mrty
Scholarships entitle the holders to free room rent.
Fores talngue or other lnformstlon address
THE PRESIDENT. State College. Center Co., Pa.
President Atherton may be personally con
sulted at the Monongahela House, Pittsburg. ,
Tuesday and Wednesday, August 27 and 13, front
9 A. . to 4 P. M. anB-98
This Company is prepared to receive orders
by mail or otherwise for Absolutely Pubs
Milk, delivered to customers in sealed glass
Jabs, packed In Ice at our creamery In Sewick
ley. Price 8 cents per quart. ' '
THE 8EWICKLEY DAIRY CO-au20-73-D
110 Wood St., Pittsburg. Pa, '
,1 AND 88 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg, Pa, s-Ts-S