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(THE - i'PTTTSBTTRG- DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER '-11, 1889.-;
The Exposition is Beginning to As
sume Permanent Form.
A COSMOCHRONTKOPE NOW OS DECK
.Karnes of Those Who Have Completed Their
DESCRIPTION OP GENERAL FEATURES
The Exposition was visited by several
thousand people yesterday. Main Hall is
sow in splendid shape. Everything is
maintained in apple pie order, and there is
not an exhibit which is not interesting to
the visitor. Some of the latest arrivals are
very pretty and attractive. In the display
by Groetzinger is an immense tiger skin
with the head attached. The eyes in the
head are illuminated by electric light,
which gives the head a peculiarly ferocious
In a jeweler's display near the center of
the hall is shown a peculiar astronomical
apparatus, made by James F. Surratt, of
Steubenville, O. It is called a cosmochron
trope, which may be interpreted as a universe-time-measurer.
mechanism required eight years of labor by
Mr. Surratt It not only keeps the local
time, but shows sidereal time,' the move
ments of the sun and moon, and the relations
of the earth to the constellations. A globe
is fixed at the proper angle to the plane of
the ecliptic, and it revolves on its axis once
in 21 hours. The situation of the sun rela
tive to the earth's revolving inclination is
also shown, as the seasons pass. The equi
noxes are indicated and once in a year the
earth returns to the same position
in relation to the sun. The
globe is snrrounded by a large net-work,
representing the heavens, and on this are
fixed the principal stars and constellations.
These are but a few of the features of this
marvelous piece of mechanism, which will
prove of great interest to all students of astronomy.
MECHANICAL HALL GETTING THERE.
Mechanical Hall is rapidly assuming
shape. About two-thirds ot the exhibits
are in position. The James Bees engine,
which runs the northern line of shafting, is
in operation, and some of the machines on
that line are running. The south line of
shafting will be operated by a huge "West-
inghouse engine, which will be ready for
The following are the principal exhibits
already in place:
Barnes Safe and Lock Companv; Pittsburg
Scale Company and Buffalo Scale Company;
the IV. F. and John Barnes Company, lathe
manufacturers, of Rockford, I1L: the Johnston
Harvester Company, of Buffalo. N. Y.: J. Pra-
ger, knitting machines, Pittsburg; the J. L
ase Threshing Machine Company, Racine,
Wis.: the Blssell Plow Company, of South
Bend, lnd.; the Standard Oil Company;
Ripley A Co., glassware, Pittsburg:
Rieble Brothers, mill scale, Philadelphia:
the Oil Well Supply Company, of Oil City;
Wast, Foos & Co., windmills and pumps,
Springfield, O.; J. C. Bartlett ranges and fur
naces, Pittsburg; McCormick Agricultural
Machine Company, of Chicago: D. 31. Osborne
& Co., harvesting machines, Auburn, N. Y.; B.
F. Sturtevant, heating furnaces, Boston. Mass.;
the Ward Plow Company. Batavia, N. Y.;
Hughes & Gawthrop, electric dynamos, Pitts
burg; Dick Agricultural Works, Canton, O.:
Bucher fc Glbbs Plow Company. Canton, O.;
Adnance, Flatt & Co., harvesting machines,
Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
well-known fact that Oliver McClintock fc Co.
carry the largest and best stock of carpets,
rugs and floor coverings of all kinds to bo
found m Western Pennsylvania, which they
sell at the closest prices.
A DIFFICULTY SETTLED.
Uncle Sam is now doing business in the
Exposition from 9 A. si. to 5 P. 21., and any
letters to exhibitors or others will be
promptly handled. "Visitors from a distance
are assured oi accuracy and dispatch in the
transmission of mails.
Chief J. O. Brown and the Exposition
managers have settled the policemen tangle
by Chief Brown's appointment of the fol
lowing men, leaving only four more to be
added later on:
John H. McCormick. H. S. Penv, Patrick
Pender. John B. White, Charles D. Mackey,
Tcrrence Daly, H. A Kirlcpatrick.- Samuel
Loy. James Grady, Thomas Flaherty, James H.
Long. Henry Cnspens, John J. Davis, John A.
Kirlcpatrick. James J. Graham, John Hood
and Robert Moore.
LIBRARY PARLOR BEDR003L
Oliver McClintock & Co.
This exquisite suite of apartments is on
north side of main floor; the entrances from
the aisle are composed of sections of grille
work of different designs, otherwise known as
wooden portieres, the fashion of the present
time for the doorways of the hall floor.
In center of the library stands the massive
table of Dutch oak, 3msbed in ancient stvle
suggestive of valuable family heirlooms. This
n,as drawers and cabinets. A secretaire with
slanted top of same wood matches, as also the
capacious chair covered with gobelin tapestry,
the seat of which is a floral design surrounded
by arabesques, the back a pair of peasants
throwing dice, while admiring friends look on.
.Most attractive is a secretary in shaded oak
sixteenth century style where the locks and
clamps, which apparently bind the furniture,
are fastened with great square-headed nails.
A pedestal of dark mahogany, with sump
tuous carving, has the flat square effect of the
.bases or Caryatides, and is suitable for large
bronze groups. Statuette pedestals are in
marble, gilt, bamboo, etc. A great library
chair that not only looks easv. but is easy is
covered in plain leather; a rocker has back'of
live broad carved slats, and embossed leather
seat: another is a Tiarrpi .!,), c nj .
bent as to just fit the sitter's back exactly. A
jretty 5 o'clock tea table is of straw colored
sue; a papier machc hand painted stand is by
the entrance. In sharp contrast to these com
fortable articles for civilized people are the
Indian trophies on side wall, just brought
home from the est by Mr. McClintock.
1 he parlor is designed in sixteenth century
style, the furniture being either gilt or faintly
tinted enamel inlaid or trimmed with gold; the
brocatelle covering is of the most delicate
shades of peach and fawn, with leaves and fruits
indicated in a pale tint that mav be called blue,
center table of Mexican onyx haseilt stand: a
fi5-enc h. cahmet etagere inlaid in brass has
HLS5elTei:d,1Wed about are rapier mache
and oak, and gilt stands, one of the latter hav
ing a very oddly veined Mexican onyx top, and
vZZ?I,?bt:ltr ? Dn,crbrac The carpet is a
rtJKL01 "fJ""1"018 to harmonize with
the furniture, with, of course, the proper rugs
and window draperies; by the way. the portiere
holders are a revival of an old English style
that permits them to be thrown back and forth
like a shutter, saving the draperies from con
- tact These are all the rage in New York, but
are the very first shown here. A cabinet for
ornaments, or for minerals, has plate glass
front and sides, mahogany inlaid with brass; a
distinctly parlor cabinet has open and closed
sections, the latter either of wood inlaid or
glass. Great ingenuity has been displayed in
making the walls and ceilings ot the apart
ments entirely of drapmg materials
.JPS bdro,?,m is of shaded oak. but the words
"""" "" tu"";j no iaea ot the regular
gradual changes from dark to light and vice
versa; the softness of tone must be seen to be
understood. Well, the great bed is heavily
carved both on head and footboard-modern
style the carvingstronglydeflned: gentleman's
shaving stand is like a very narrow chiffonier:
the washstand has top of Tennessee marble;the
"French Dresser" has shaded oak top huge
square mirror, carved frame to match bed
stead. Very con venient is the folding crib that
is close beside the bed. Not a few have been
puzzled to know what it was; notonce while the
writer was jotting down these items was the
right guess made. Easy chairs, cane and fancy
wood chairs, tables, stands, etc., belong to the
f nrnisbment of this room.
, TbS.K?ot.,l.'1 Pot"ery. of Cincinnati, is
found in lavish display in this suite of rooms; it
is very beautiful and of lovely forms such as
vases, double ears and single handled jars,
ewers. Pitchers, Cinderella slippers, quaint sin
gle flower holders. Besides the Rookitood, there
are Japanese and other imported ware of like
nature. Each room has its complement or
tasteful pictures,and great surprise is shown at
the materials employed; for instance those
painted upon matting with decorations of
iriugeu rope, auu me ueautltul views of
Ilorno & Ward
Hold a conspicuous position in center of main
floor, where their massive Exposition case,
finished in light cherry surmounted by a dome,
huge plates of French glass, is seen to an ad
vantage. Visitors being able to examine tno
wondrous fabrics with perfect ease as they
wander In ard around the sections of the ex
hibit. The piece de resistance is the dress of
"Duchcsse Lace," floriated design of intense
beauty: the filmy, flouncing draperies, and
bodice are so deftly posed upon the form, that
you cannot tell how it has been done, but
simplv know that it is faultlessly perfect the
price "of this robe is $1,000. There is another
duchesse lace dress, which if perchance jou
see first, your verdict will ba that it is perfect,
and so it is, until you see the other prico
$500. The future fortunate possessor
or either is to be envied. Then
there are delicious flouncincs in that most
adorable of black laces, "Cbantilly," and
dropped here and there upon the floor appa
rently by accident, are handkerchiefs, fichus,
guimpes, bits of "coiffeurs" in the different
real thread laces, known familiarly as "point
and duchcsse," also narrow Bouncings ot the
same by the yard. Something lovely for a
debutante is the robe of softest white woolen
texture, with rich netted silk fringe as trim
ming. There is a charmingly pure and inno
cent look about this robe that is very attrac
tive. Another section of the case (which, by the
way. seems closely to resemble a block capital
H) is devoted to high Parisian novelties in
dress trimmings, so arranged upon velvet, silk
and woolen materials that a clever indication
is given as to how they are to be worn, and
with which fabrics they should be used. They
range from $5 to $50 per yard. Among these
marvels are embroideries in silk, silk and gold
Slid silver thread, passementeries in parti
colored white and black jets, bronze and steel
they are in bands and pieces adjustable for
bodices and skirts, supcrbeaded fringes for
lronts and panels, tinsel embroidered net
flouncings ranging from $10 to $20 a yard, and
"all over" beaded net in squares, diamonds and
diamonds with center design.
Casting the eyes upward, you discover the
drapery silks, in lovely tints and curious pat
terns lor decorating chairs, sofas, pedestals,
etc.; these can be most effectively used, and
they are in such variety of new colors that
something can be found to harmonize with the
furnishing of every drawing room.
Near these are the plushes for fancy work
and decorative purposes. Such lovely shades
in all the new shades, with a silvery sheen over
them, that plays hide and seek over the solid
colors, and in certain lights is as elusive as an
A small space is allotted to a very select line
of the finest gents' furnishing goods, in pure
auik, miurji wooi, siik ana wool underwear,
hosiery, umbrellas, etc, merely as a suggestion
of the extensive business done in this line by
florae & Ward in all grades of goods, they
having all prices and qualities in stook.
bThe entire exhibit will be changed each week,
and visitors must see and enjoy the presentone
before it is replaced. With the immense stock
carried by this firm changes might be made ad
Messrs. Home t Ward congratulate the man
agement upon this imposing and elevating Ex
position, all the more remarkable in view of
the many and serious discouragements. These
eentlemen are most cordial and frank in their
expressions of approval, and it seems only fair
to them that they should know that the visit
ing public is making just such favorable com
ments upon their own exhibit.
Visitors will find their store a most interest
ing place to visit. It is located at 41 Fifth ave
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
The Usual Lively Badinage at the
County W. C. T. U. MeetiDg.
ANNUAL CONVENTION IN SESSION.
A Charge That Kon-Partisan Amendments
Are Republican Blinds.
MAN! UNIONS ARE KEPKESBKTED.
S. Hamilton's Imposing Exhibit.
From the moment the visitor enters the 3Iain
Hall he knows thai S. Hamilton has a space
filled with glorious instruments, for, do not
the tones of the unapproachable Decker Bros,
permeate the whole building? Tracing the
sounds from whichever end of the edifice the
visitor may be, the vibrant beautiful toues
draw him ou and ou to the entrance gates of
the exhibit, where music in another form at
tracts attention. The gate posts on the north
side and on the south have each a familiar
piece of musical notation upon it carved in
gilt. On the north are "Star Spangled Ban
ner" and '"Then You'll Remember Me;" on the
south are, "Old Hundred" and "Home, Sweet
Home," a pretty and pleasing novelty. Inside
are the instruments which have made this house
famous. First is a superb No. 18 Decker Bros,
cabinet grand, great in tone and wonderful in
action, replete with all the newest appliances;
octaves, the case of butternut a wood en
tirely new for such purposes; a Knabe baby
grand rosewood case, holds the central posi
tion; wonderfully advanced are the babv
grands from the first one shown at Smoky Is
land; a Knabe upright is close beside this, and
a J. and C. Fischer, Space would not permit
specimens of the other pianos carried bv tins
house being shown this week, but changes will
be constantly made, and something-sew to per
petuate the interest always felt in this exhibit.
The pianos are all draped with the new style
silk embroidered scarfs, those of plush, velvet
and felt having had their day; the new favor
ites are so pretty and tasteful that they meet
with a gracious reception
At all sorts of ancles stand the organs; back
to back, sideways, facing evervway possible to
give them a chance in the allotted space. A
Warren fc Clough church organ attracts in
stant attention, for it is a most desirable in
strument, rich, beautiful tone, and of great
power. A Clough Warren in bird's eye
maple has nickel-plated stops, is very hand
some; at the same time it is one of the instances
where the instruments are unusually fine iu a
word, desirable in every sense. Then there are
those prime favorites, the Estey organs, always
sought after, alwajs satisfactory, and still
others which must be told of in the near future
Art and genius have made special
progress in all the keyboard musical
instruments in the past few years; there
is a solidity and durability about them
far surpassing what used to tniiv Mt;,f
public: greater resonance and carrying qualitv;
greater evenness and perfection in the action;
greater care in the selection of materials
greater skill in workmanship.altogether greater
results. A Decker Bros.'s grand will give you
the fullness of an orchestra, or the unit. hr,n.
of a zephyr under a master's hand. Organs
that wheeze, creak and wail are things of the
past, things not to be tolerated; to-day they are
full, soft anu rich in tone, "speak" with the
lightest touch, satisfactory to the player and
the listener. It is such a matter ot course to
find all these things just as you would have
them with the stock kept by Mr. Hamilton,
that people do not realize how deep a study he
has made of the subjects to procure for his
patrons the very best pianos and organs made
as may be proven by visiting the exhibit or the
warerooms, 91 and H3 Fifth are.
An amendment to the "W. 0. T. IJ. con
stitution, providing that in the future the
object of the organization should be non
partisan and non-sectarian, as offered by
Mrs. Sands, created a lengthy discussion at
the afternoon session of the County "W. C.
T. TJ. Convention yesterday.
"When the proposed amendment had been
read Miss McConnell arose to the point of
order that there being no constitution an
amendment was not possible. The consti
tution had, she stated, been lost or mislaid.
Mrs. Campbell replied with some warmth
that the last speaker must have been mis
led. She, Mrs. Campbell, distinctly re
membered the adoption of the constitution
at a meeting in the Third Presbyterian
Church of Allegheny, and that she would be
ashamed to belong to. a body that had no
The amendment was then the subject of
general discussion. Some were in favor of
it as they thought that the TV. C. T. TJ.
should be plcdgeless. Mrs. Campbell, in
particular, stated that she did not want her
actions controlled by any political party.
But things took a livelier turn when Mrs.
"W. C. Gormley secured the floor. "She
maintained that the non-partisan allusion
inthe amendment was simply a Republican
blind. Mrs. Campbell rapped smartly with
her gavel andjstated that Mrs. Gormley was
out of order. The gavel became disjointed
during the above process, but the President
picked up the pieces and went on to state
that Mrs. Gormlev's assertion meant to
imply that those who offered the amendment
did so in the interest of the Republican
party, and she called upon Mrs. Gormley to
retract or abandon the floor.
Mrs. Gormley appealed to the sense of the
meeting. Mrs. Campbell retorted that no
matter how much the speaker might appeal,
she (Mrs. Campbell) was President, and
that Mrs. Gormley must retract or subside,
and then Mrs. Campbell appealed to the
delegates to sustain the Chair. A number of
voices called out in support of her position.
Mrs. Gormley took her seat, but, woman
like, fired the following Parthianjarrow: "I
will sit down, but I will never retract; non
partisan Bepublican every time."
Quiet having been restored, the amend
ment was voted down. Miss McConnell, as
Treasurer, submitted her report for the last
year. The receipts were 1,178 82, and the
expenditures were $1,395 95. An adjourn
ment for supper was then had.
At the morning session Mrs. H. C. Camp
bell called the convention to order at 10
o'clock, and devotional exercises were con
ducted by Mrs. J. "W. Sproull. Mrs. A. F.
Brice, corresponding secretary, presented a
report showing the growth of the local
unions throughout the county. At this
juncture the president, Mrs. Campbell, an
nounced the standing committees for the
convention as follows: Credentials Miss
McConnell, Mrs. Hennings, Mrs. Courtney.
Resolutions Mrs. Sands, Mrs. Aiken, Mrs.
Gibson, Mrs. Watson, Mrs. Devore, Mrs.
Sproull. Time and Place for the next
Convention Mrs. Collins, Mrs. Sawhill,
Mrs. "Woods, Mrs..CabalI. Plan of Work
Miss Gemmill, Miss Monroe, Mr3. Ayres,
Miss Sanford, Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Foster.
Courtesies Mrs. Peoples, Mrs. Sloan, Miss
There were 27 unions represented and 36
either in arrears or without delegates on
WITH CONSIDERABLE POMP
AN IMPORTANT YEEDICT
Rendered on tbo Homestead Steel Explo
sion, but One Containing; ImportnntHInts
for the Safely of All Iron and Bteel Mills.
The Coroner yesterday concluded the in
quest on the victims of the Homestead steel
mill explosion. Several witnesses told the
same story already"1 printed. Coroner Mc
Dowell "read the affidavit of "William G.
Lane, of Turtle Creek, brother of Isaac
Lane. Lane was in his 24th year. He told
his brother that the accident was due to a
wet bottom. On Sunday Lane told his
brother that when the ladle was lilted from
the pit water was dripping from the bottom.
They had filled a ten-ton mold out of the
ladle and half filled another when the ex
plosion took place. Coroner McDowell
then instructed the jury in their duty, and
at 3:35 they retired to the jury room.
After an hour's consideration the follow
ing verdict was returned: t
Andrew Keppler, aged 41 years, came to his
death on Friday, August 30. 1S89, about 2
o'clock p. at., from burns and scalds received
about 1:35 p.m.. while employed as a pitman in
Carnegie, Phipps Jfc Company's Steel works.
Homestead borough, by the ladle of steel boil
ing up and exploding while being poured into
molds, and falling upon him and burning him.
And from all the evidence the jury find that
said explosion was due to the following
First That tho bottom of the ladle used to
pour the said heat was not and had not been
given proper time to dry.
Second That Isaac Lane, deceased, who was
ladleman, and N. W. Shade, smelter of No. 2
furnace, wero negligent in running said beat
of steel into this ladle when it was not in
proper condition, and should be censured
The jury recommend that said firm have at
least one extra ladle, for use around the fur
nace, and not allow molds to stand too close
to the pit for the safety of workmen in case of
accidents of this description.
Coroner McDowell said that this verdict
covered the deaths of the other victims.
Display advertisements one dollar per
square for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, ric, ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken for less than fifty cents.
Use Horsford's Acid Phosphate.
Dr. W. W. Blackman, Brooklyn, N. Y., says:
"1 am very much pleased with it In seasick
ness. Several cases have been brougbt to my
attention where it afforded prompt and entire
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For tha 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 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except whero
advertisers already have accounts with Tax dis
patch PITTS BUBO.
THOMAS MCCAFFREY. 35C0 Butler street.
EMIL G. STUCKEY. 24th street and Penn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY ACO., Wylle ave. and FultonsU
N. STOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, 6121 Fend avenue.
JACOB 8FOHN. No. 2Carson street
H. A. BONALUSON, 1T07 Carson street.
3. KAERCHEK, 59 Federal street.
H. J. McBRIDE. Federal and Ohio streets.
FRED H. EGGEItS. 172 Ohio street.
I". H. EGOE1W & SOX, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. BTEVENSOJf. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aves.
U. "W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaveraves.
FERRY M. ULEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
w. W. FLOCKER, Stationer, No. 4 Grant ave,
a new llsmmoncl for Remington or Call
graph.. AddressTYFEWBlTER, BOX69J, city.
-TTrANTED-HIGHEST SPOT CASH PRICES
TV paid for second-band furniture, carpets and
household goods of allklnds. 1211 FENS AVE-
WANTEU-EVERVUODY TO SEND THEIR
fnrnltnra needlnir nnhnlitrlne.- rnftlrln
and reflnlshlnc to HAUGU KEENAN, S3 and
34 Water at. 'Phone IKS.
WANTEO-A X.OCATION NEAK TO, BDT
ontslde the dry, for maanlactnrlng a
MFG. CO., Dispatch oOce. seU-39
WANTED-PKRSON8TO JOIN AN ELGIN
atch Club and to pay tl per week on Sne
?0,A.wttcne' drawn each week: call at once.
JOHN MITSCH, 130 Federal St., Allegheny.
FOR BALE-ON COR. TWEHTIETH AND
Wharton su., S. 8., lot 16x120 feet, with
bnlldlar: price lowt'sulttble for mannfacturlnr.
W.-A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth sve.
FOB SALE-LARGE LOT IN FIRST WABD,
containing about 5,000' square feet: well
suited lor a manufacturing plant or for warehouse
Eurnoses: terms very easy IT detlrtd. V. H.
O V E, 03 Fourth avenue. sell-H-wrsu
mO LMVAT W 88 MO.-A
JL hoaseof SnAm Ml or sea4 ftr
A. HKKBON X aeiHSj M fMrth mm.
mO LET-No. 4t SIAJHOK ST. (TBHIf
JL or un f nralskeO, 7 r
near Forbes K. W. A.
JlfKBUJI A SOJ
East End Lota.
TT'OR SALE-(99)-FINEST BUILDIN G SITE IN
IJ East End; close to Roup sta. and both cable
uuesiiwxauuii.: surrounded dt una residences.
8. W. BLACK, i CO.. 99 Fourth ave.
WANTED-TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BERS to secure a line 'gold watch for each
?.?eJn the clab at J1 per week. Address P. O.
upx sol, and I will call and snow you the watch.
know that he is making line cabinets at II GO per
dozen: photos delivered when promised: lnstan
taneons process. mhl2-S3
FOE SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
XjWK SALE-BRICK HOUSE 8 BOOMS: LATE
JU improvements: only t.TX; on Bluff, near
Chestnut St.. Hl-vth wnrrf
low price. W. A. HEBRON
igood property at a
A SONS, 60 Fourth
ORSALE-S. S. INVESTMENT; 3 FRAME
houses (ncW) rentier for seoonervear. with
room tobnlld 3 more rin rrar nf int? will he isnlrt t
a figure that will make them pay handsomely.
BALTENSPERGER & WILLIAMS, 134 Fourth
WANTED-A GOOD BARBER-NO OTHER
need apply. J13 FERRY STREET, sell-el
WANTED-2 GOOD MOLDEKS AT ONCE, BY
the NOVELTY MFG. CO., Irwin, Pa7
A TUTOR IN GERMAN AND
BEECH ST., Allegheny City.
TTTANTED-4 CARPENTER COR. FOURTH
Suits and Wraps.
Our department is Tery attractive in this
line, and the prices have been made the low
est at the People's Store.
Campbell & Dick.
A pure, wholesome and delicious drink
is Frauenheim & Vilsack's "Iron City
Beer." It is undoubtedly the best in the
Hofv About Cool Evenlnss.
A Fall Wrap comes in there most accept
ably. Campbell & Dick are ready for
you at the People's Store.
Highest prices paid for ladies' or
gents' cast-off clothing at De Haan's Big
6, Wylie ave. Call or send by mail, vsu
TV ave. and Grant st.
TtTANTED-A FIRST-CLASS OYSTER AND
VV clam opener, at MO. 31)1 AJIOND SQUARE.
TITANTED-TWO TINNERS' FOR IN AND
V outside work. HEMRYBIEHL, Duller, Pa.
V ofW. W. RANKIN, 84 Irwin ave?, Alle
TTTANTED-MEN TO CANVASS. INQUIRE
V V of T. R. DUNN, No. 217 Carson sCPltts
burg. Sonthslde. sell-30
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS COATMAKER;
steady work; married man preferred. P.
SEEFORD, Niles, O. se7-82
FOR BALE-AT A BARGAIN-AN ELEGANT
new house; 20 minutes1 walk from the post
offlce and close to cable line; nine rooms, bath
room and laundry, both gases, hot and cold water
throughout, finely finished wide halls, high ceil
ings, fine slate mantels, fancy tile hearths, fine
chandeliers, electric bells'and all modern conven
iences; delightfully located, with front and back
Sorches. Apply to JOHN MADDEN, Attorney,
! Diamond st. sell-8
FOR BALE - BEAUTTFUly AND LEVEL
building lots, 24x25 ft. front, on Homewood
ave. and Clawson street. Just at Homewood sta
tion. itSfft) nnwjtrri. W A TIFUVflM S- KflKU
80 Fourth avenue. e-66-W8
OR SALE-BOULEVARD PLACE, THOMAS
street, lot 50x135 ft. : excellent opportunity
for Investment: will sell at a lower price than
origin il owner wonld: a bargain. SAMUEL W.
BLACK & CO., 09 Fourth ave. sell-ig-TWT
FOR SALE-EAST END LOTB-W60 AND 58n,
desirably located, and within reach of P. B.
E. and Fifth STe. cable road, commanding a
magnlficentvlew: easy terms. BLACK. &BA1RD,
93 Fourth sve. 3A-210C t
se8-72-9.il, 13,17,19, 53,23,3, 27,30
FOR SALE-RIVER AVE . LARGE BUILD
ING lots In heart or East End for f2S0 each:
uo one should pay rent when tbey can secure
homes at these prices on easy payments. MEL
LON BROTHERS, 6349Stttlon st, E. E.
FOR SALE BAUM GROVE LOTS. ROUP
station, and near Doth cable lines: this is the
most desirable and central location In tno East
mi; wiuensKsionesioewaixs tnrougn the whole
plan. Secure colored plan from MELLON BROS..
East End, or JOHN F. BAXTER, Agent, 612
Smltbfleld street. eS-l02-wsa
TO LET PKNN AVE., NEAK N1HTK
street. 2 very desirable awl ytsMuttr tr
eated dwelling. MiUMefsr B uai dlig f jeVraSw
both rases; otty water; lew MM MACS
BAIKD. 86 Fourth ave. te-tL
rTIO LKT-2 HOUSES OV s JtOOMB OR AL
X LAOHER St.; rest. S4S- lMafee so. (Jg
OALLAOHEK ST-Allegheny. seU-M-WT
rriO LET-TWO MODK8N AND DWtKABLZ
A. residences la Sceood wsnL AllSfSH;; mum
K- and K7 SO respectively. STRAUK Jfc M&RlUs,
corner wood st. aad Third avenue. seti-M
rTW LET-2-STORY JMMCK HOtHHC Wria .
X. mansard roof, containing 9 roetas, MM. term
attle, bathroom, etc.; yard back 4 rsat: aUta
nst condition ; narttenlars at pramlm. m TTM
MONT ST., Allegheny. fU-X
mu LET-ELSGANTLY ITJKN I8HBB :
X st Edgeworts, P.. Ft. W. V. JCW.:
rooms, snisnea attte. w. c Batnrees, sxtm mm
of gas: will be rented to respoasIMa )wm fram
October 1, 1M9, to April J, MM., Address L.B.X7,
Leader office. seU-4-wr
TO LZT-4W PENN AVE. LABSX BtMHL
second-atorv front. thFM wiBdnwa iMnfr
parlor first story, and sta.ilier roaii, aUbasd
wmeij ana oewiy luraisaeQ.
FOR SALE- NEW FA1KMOUNT AVE..
finest East End building site, Kacdy to cable
line and P. R. R.. about 4 acres of land at 83.000
Jeracre, which can he divided Into lots, which
or beauty or location and surroundings cannot
be surpassed: special terms to anyone taking as a
whole. MELLON BROTHERS, 8349 Station, St.,
E. E. icS-IIJ-wsn
Enst End Residences.
FOR SALE-3,700-FOK A FEW DAYS ONLY.
a very handsome frame dwelling of grooms
on Ward St., Oakland, with gas. water, bath,
etc.: a bargain to quick buyer. BLACK &
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 2D-73 scb
lOB SALE-OAKLAND HOMES MAGNA
St.. near Craft ave.: elegant 2-storr and
mansard brick dwellings of 8 rooms; all modern
improved conveniences: Invite Inspection.
BLACK BAIRD, 85 Fourth ave. 2D-81 seS-eu
FOR SALE (99) GOOD INVESTMENT; 3
frame dwellings renting for 8528 per year;
onlys minutes from East Liberty station and
cable cars: only 84.000: -reasonable terms. SAM
UEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave.
WANTED-FINE COAT MAKER-STEADY
employment and good wages. M. T.
FORNEY, Leetonla, O. sell-34
TT7-A.MTKD-A GOOD BARBER: WAGES 87 A
36 Chestnut st, Allegheny. sell-13
The Weather Is Fine
And our stock of jackets is also fine; ur
prices are low at the People's Store. ,
Campbell & Dick.
WELL WORTH A VISIT.
Strangers Should Sec Fleming i; Son's Im
mense Drug Store While Dolnc the City.
A visit to this city and the Exposition is not
complete without a call is made at the store of
Joseph Fleming &. Son, druggists, 412 Market
street, one of the most reliable firms in this
line of trade iu the city. A specialtv of fine
liquors and wines is made. Recently the senior
member of the firm made a trip to Europe and
while there entered into an arrangement with
makers of wine and liquor whose goods have a
world-wide reputation for the direct importa
tion of all the famous brands. In addition to
these foreign liquors, Fleming & Son have on
hand the finest domestic wines and whiskies in
the market. They deal largely in California
wines, which are bought "directly from the
best known proprietors of vineyards on the
Pacific coast, whose wines bear the State seal
of purity. In this line of goods several varieties
can be found, namely, port, tokay. muscatel,
sherry, angelica, sneet ana dry catawba, Ries
ling, claret and blackberry. These wines are all
of the finest grades and their purity is beyond
doubt. Fleming's stock of old rye wbiskiesand
Holland gin is unequaled in qualit-. Tbese
liquors are all put up in convenient package",
and are sold at reasonable prices. The con
stantly increasing trade of Fleming fc Son is
proot that their goods are all that they are rep
resented, and that the firm deals fairly with all.
Fleming also keeps on hand, preserved in the
natural fresh state, the unfermented juice of
the Oporto grape for the especial use of
churches, hospitals and invalids.
The firm's stock of drugs and toilet articles is
large, and none but experienced and registered
pharmacists are employed in the prescription
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
Will tbo New Turners' Hall la Allegheny be
The new Turner Hall now in course of
construction on Canal street, Allegheny,
will be dedicated with imposing ceremonies
on Thanksgiving Day. Arrangements have
been made for a grand procession of all the
German societies in the county and many
from adjoining towns, to precede the dedi
catory ceremonies. John N. Neeb has been
chosen Chief Marshal of the parade. The
procession will form in three divisions
Xorthside, middle and Southside, the or
ganizations of each to cboose their own di
Dr. Herman W. Heckelman will deliver
the Oerman oration, and an oration in the
English language will be delivered by a
gentleman yet to be selected.
Whether on pleasure bent or business, should
take on every trip a bottle ot Syrup of Figs, as
it acts most pleasantly and effectually en the
Kioneys, uver anu uoweis, preventing levers,
headaches and other forms of sickness. For
sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading drug
gists. J. G. BENNETT & CO.,
Use "Una" flour finest spring patent in
the world. "Golden Wedding" the bes. of
bread flours. "Duquesne" has no equal as
a pastry flour. Homing's "Ivory," geri: of
all family flours. ,
Office of Bobougb: Clerk, i
McKkesport, Pa, September 11, 1SS9.I"
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED
proposals will be received at tho office of
the Borough Clerk, until FRIDAY, September
20, A. D. 18S9. at 12 o'clock noon, for the follow
ing sewers and street improvements, viz.:
One on Cherry alley, from 150 feet west of
Short street to Queen street; approxinate
length 210 feet, size IS Inches; thence to Ash
strcer. length 550 feet, sizo 20 inches: tbeice
to Cliff street and Crooked run, length 600 fiet,
size 24 inches. I
One of 15-inch and 20-inch diameter Ion
Jenny Llnd street, from Fourteenth to Six.1
teenth avenues; approximate quantity of 15-'
incu pipe uzo ieet, ana ifu leet 01 zu-incn.
One of 15-inch diameter on Walnut street,
from Powers' line to Fourteenth avenue; ap
proximate length 240 feet.
One ot 12-inch diameter on Locust street,
from Eleventh avenue to Whigham street; ap
proximate length 240 feet.
Grading, curbing and paving with block
stone of Jenny Lind street, from Fourteenth
to Sixteenth avenues. Plans and specifications
of tbo above 11 ork can be seen, and blanks for
bidding and all information can be had at the
Engineer's office on and after September 17.
Each proposal must be accompanied by a
bond in amount to equal that of the contract,
and be probated betore a Notary, and said
proposals must be handed in on or before the
above specified time. Unless taid require
ments are strictly carried out the bid will not
The Council reserves tbo right to reject any
or all proposals. GEORGE BOSSART,
WANTED-TWO EXPERIENCED PULLERS;
steady work: references required. Ad
dress C. C, Dispatch office. sell-17
SALESMAN FOR CUSTOM
owj Kautu iui me riKUhUIBU. JiaQresS
J. KNIGHT, Hotel Boyer, Pittsburg. sell-50
TTTANTED-TWO GIRLS FOR GENERAL
TV housework. Apply to HARTMAN BROS.,
Continental Hotel, No. 13 Carson St., S.S. sell-11
VTTJANTED-OFFICE BOY, 17 TO 20 YEAKS
TV old. Address In own hand writing, with
reference and wages expected, O. B. G.. Dis
patch office. sell-20
WANTEO-TWO MEN OF PLEASANT AD
ORERS to sell goods In cltv: also two to
sell on the road,
Room No. 13,
PITTS. ART CO.,
-TTTANTED-TftO BRIGHT. ACTIVE BOYS,
TV with fie cash security, to run as news
agents on railroad trains. Apply at NEWS
SfAMD, P. & L. E. R. H. Depot, Sonthslde.
FOR SALE-A LARGE 8-ROOMED. MAN
SARD roof, frame residence on Grazier St.,
Dallas, on a lot 48x135 feet; bouse newly painted,
with floe porches and shrubbery: price, 84,200. on
FOR SALE-89, 000-11 PER CENT INVEST
MENT. Broad St., near Negley ave., double
brick dwelling' 5 rooms eaeh, also four frame
houses In rear, with lot 60x187 to a street: one sqr.
from cable road. S. TV. BLACK & CO.. 99 Fourth
ave. . sell-47-WThs
Fob sale-Oakland ave., 8-room man
bard brick, with bath, laundry, h. and c.
water. Inside w. c. slate mantels and all modern
conventexces: lot 24x100. cor. of street, extending
to alley. SAM'L W. BLACK & CO.. 89 Fourth
FOB SALE A PIECE OF GROUND ABOUT
2 acres. In the last End, Mulford avenne
near Brush ton avenue; about 3 minutes' walk
from Brushton station: to be sold at public sale
for account of whom It may concern, os Mondav
afternoon. September IS. at 8:39 o'clock, on the
premises; terms from JA8.W. DRAPE t CO.,
Agents and Auctioneers, 129 Foorth avenue, Pitts
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOB SALE-ONE OF THE MOST PROSPER
OUS Job printing offices in the city: only
(9,000: good reasona for selling. STEVENSON'S
,100 Fifth ave.
FOB SALE-FIRST-CLASS SALOON DOING A
good business: best location In the city. Ad
dress 8. C. WHITTENBEBGER. 179 Market street,
East Liverpool. O.. Opera House Block. selO-l
X.1 ooarnmg houses, choice cheap grocery stores,
confectioneries, drrgoods and notion stores.
furnished house for roomers, very profitable large
"wj uu cumecuoaery, cigar stores, oaaenes,
feed store, milk depot, shoe stores, drug stoies,
printing office, good country newspaper office,
butcher shop, and many other business chances.
Free particulars. SHEPARD & CO.. 54 Ftfth sve.
FOB SALE-A PAYING INVESTMENT IN
business property, No. 619 Liberty st. See W.
A.HERRON A SONS. 80 Fourth are. sel-59-HVT
FOB SALE-CALL OR SEND FOR PLANS
and description of those fine new brick
houses on Forbes st. and Coltart square, Oakland:
the most complete and desirable bouses In the
market for the money: 9 to 13 rooms each. W. A.
HERRON A SON S, No. 80 Fourth aTe. au6-23-Wfl
FOR SALE-84.W- OAKLAND DWELLING,
8 rooms, hall, vestibule, range, batb. Inside
w. c, laundry, etc. ; all modern conveniences, on
good street and on line of sew cable loop; Is sure
iu cuiiauce iu vaiuc; examine (ins oeiore you ouy.
UT . ,V .. D . TUIt. fl- 1 ,1. A, mm - -. -
UUft..X Ob PAlill, MIUUIUIXTC 1S-J1
WAiNTED-A MAN TO TAKE AN OFFICE
and represent a manufacturer; 150 per week;
small capital required. Address, with stamp.
Hi A NITlTAfrrTTWVW KatTA W.tt AA.nn M..
MAM UFACTUREH, Box 70, West Acton,
Corner Wood Street and Fifth Avenue.
Bcndett & Co. sell Youman's hats.
Bennett & Co. sell Dunlap's bats.
Bennett & Co. sell Silverman's hats.
Bennett & Co. sell Boston hats.
Bennett & Co. sell Christy's English hats.
Bennett & Co. sell Lincoln, Bennett &
Co.'s English hats.
Bennett & Co. sell Heath's English hats.
The above makes are known to be the fin
est in the world, and can be purchased at a
slight cost over the ordinary make of hats
at J. G. Bennett & Co.'s, corner Wood'
street and Fifth avenue.
teriors,"aretheworkofMr. W.A.Davis. who! wearing qualities" and prices that come vVlthin
BIcIior & Hocne, 77 Fifth Avenue.
In the new Exposition building this firm
holds relatively the same position as they used
to in the old Smoky Island affair. The instru
ments then exhibited were declared to be un
rivaled, but now tbey have been conquered by
themselves. Th glorious Hardman piano of
to-day is the favorite of the artists who will
only be satisfied with the very best. And what
more could be asked than what they possess'
Faultless action, perfection of tone, grand
Is in charge and designed thm .ninHi
biblt. who has drawn them as souvenirs of art
decoration he has previously originated and
carried out. low a little secret must be told.
Everybody is talking nf the expeusiveness of
the McClintock Exhibit, and it transpires that
everything In the whole affair has been taken
from their regular stock, and all of tbem of
most modest prices. It is the artistic arrange
ment which la answerable for so much, and
that Is thoroughly understood bv
O. McClintock A Co. While space
was not obtainable for more tnan
a furniture exhibit, a full exposition of carpets
is displayed In their spacious showrooms. No.
S3 Fifth avenue, where everything can be
found from the most expensive high class
Azmlnster. Wilrtm, Brussels and other carpets
to the medium and low grades selected for this
teason and mostly in confined styles exclusive
ly their own, to which the attention of visitors
to the Exposition is cordially invited. 'Tis a
the reach of all. Following these atn tho nn.
table Krakauer, the Harrington and tbe Kim
ball pianos. Then in organs there are the
Palace, A. B. Chase, Kimball and Chicago
Cottage;all of the best and most durable kiuifs.
Then the JEolian organ wins a place to itself,
for it is an instrument deservedly popular with
organists and with those who would like to
mike music, yet have never been taughttbis
sounds like a paradox, but is easily explained.
Itisreallva full "Key Board Orgau'rfor the
musician, but the unknowing ones have simply
to touch a stop, work the bellows with their
feet and have delicious music as the result
Jlellor & Hoene propose adding still further to
their already superior exhibit in a few days.
A working model of a section of tbe Hardman
piano action which stands in one corner, has
enlightened many people as to why the touch
of these instruments are superior to all others.
Both pianos and organs have cases In all the
new and fashionable woods ot the present.
Excursions to Butler Fntr.
The Pittsburg and Western Railway will
sell round trip tickets to Butler, September
10, 11, 12 and 13, good to return until Sep
tember 14, for ?1 60. Trains leave Alle
gheny at 7:40 and 10 o'clock A. m., 1:40 aud
6:30 p. m., city time.
Thousands of Ribbons,
All sizes, widths and qualities. Cheaper
than ever at the People's Store.
Campbell & Dick.
One of the finest displays at the Exposi
tion is that of Max Kleinthe "Silver A"e"
Natural Gns Bills Reduced 75 Per Cent.
See our new gas fires, gas ranges, gas
stoves, etc.; register your orders lor la.ll
delivery. The largest, finest and most com
plete assortment of any .firm in the world.
O'Keefe Gas Appliance Co., 34 Fifth
Fall Wraps to Be Sold Chenp.
At the People's Store no fancy prices
prevail. You get your full value for the
money paid. Campbell & Dick.
For sale. 2,000,000 good No. 1 building
brick delivered at Pittsburg, or along line
of Allegheny Valley B. B. Address S. S.
Lindsay, Creigbton, Pa. WFSu
81. Until October. $1.
Mothers, bring children to Aufrecht's
Elite gallery, S16 Market street, Pittsburg.
Use elevator. Cabinets fl per dozen, proof
I will pack neatly in a box and ship
anywhere lor $5, six bottles of pure Guck
enheimer, Gibson, Finch or Overholt, 6
vears old, or one quart for 51.
MAX Hxein, 82 Federal st,, Allegheny.
All the best stocked bars keep Frauen
heim & Vilsack's celebrated Pilsner beer on
draught. Ask for it, or order it direct.
See the finest line of neckwear at James
H. Aiken & Co.'s, 100 Fifth aye.
PROPOSALS SEPARATE SEALED PRO
POSALS are invited up to noon of Sep
iciuuer u, ioov. ior me erection ot a hospital
building and putting a second floor upon the
workshop of tbe lemale department of the
Pennsylvania Reform School at Morganza, Pa.
Plans and specifications can be seen and bids left
at the office of T. D. Evans, architect, Lewis
building. Pittsburg, Pa. The right is reserved
to reject any or all bias. By order of the
BUILDING COMMITTEE. selO-73-MTuWS
TTTANTEO-SALESJIAN: YOUNG MAN TO
TT ro to Ohio: must be thoroughly posted In
hats and gents' furnishing goods, and have good
recommendations. Apply to L1PPMAN, 405 Wood
TfTTANTED FIRST-CLAbS, SOBER . PRE
VV 8CRIPTION glass blowers; also a few good
finishers: union wages; steady work; rare paid;
write fullv;-say who yon worked for. , CHICAGO
OLASS MFG. CO.. Chicago. anIS-4S-D
WANTED-FOR THE UNITED STATES
army, able-bodied, unmarried men, between
the ages of 21 and 35 years; good pay, rations,
clothing and medical attendance. Apply at NO.
915 PENN AVENUE, Pittsburg. Pa.
TTTANTED-AGENTS TO SELL THE P1N
V LEBS Clothes Line: the only line ever In
vented that holds tbe clothes without pins: a per
fect success: patent recently Issued; sold only by
agents, to whom the exclusive right Is given; on
receptof 50 cts. we will send a sample line by
mall: also circulars, price list and terms to agents;
6ecuro your territory at once. Address WOR
CESTER FINLESS CLOTHES LINE CO., 17
Hermon St., Worcester, Mass. au23-39-WS
TTIOR SALE-A BABE OPPORTUNITY IS NOW
17 offered to any desiring to purchase a home
in the choicest location In Oakland, as very lib
eral terms can be made In the purchase of the re
maining houses on Forbes street ana Coltart
square: 9 and 13 rooms, well built, elegantly
finished, fine surroundings, quick transit, only IS
minutes from postofflce by cable line. For terms.
f rices and plans see W. A. HERRON A SONS, 80
ourth avenue. se4-64-MWF
FO B S A L E-OAKLAND. FOURTEENTH
ward, a neW2-story and mansard brick dwell
ing, 8 rooms, bath, .w. c... hall, laundry, etc,
slate mantels, tile fireplaces and hearths, fine
chandeliers, both gases, city water and house
wired for electric lights, plate glass windows,
electric bells, good sewerage, street paved with
asphaltnm and paid for. beanttfnl shade trees In
front of house, a few minutes from cable cars:
price 89,500; a moderate cash payment and bal
ance long time: Immediate possession. SAMUEL
W. BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth are. seS-4-o
FOR SALE-VERY CHEAP. .A GOOD BUSI
NESS honse on Ohio near Middle t. Alia.
gheny; an Investment or only 810,000 required. See
W. A. HERRON A SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
OB SALEADVANCE ROLLER MILLS
Newly refitted to Case system, steam power;
doing No. 1 work: desirably located OUR.R.;
plenty of bard wheat at mill door; terms low. Call
or address TAYLOR BROS. ACO., Rogers, CoL
Co., O. au22-67-D
TO LET-IN HOUSE JTACINU FAME. TOUT
desirable large, alrr. well fcislstuil nea.
both gases and use of bath, suitaMe tut mm or two
gentlemen. Address, PRIVATE FAMILY, Bit-
f-po LET-LAKGE 8-STOKY BBJCK WAH,
X HOUSE with large elevators; central leea
tlon; suitable for storage purposes or carriage
factory; Twelfth street Bear Ilnloi. station. Ap
ply to T. MELLON 4 SON'S BANK. 54 SmHli
field St. s8-MS-hwt
Offices. Desk Room, otc
rpO LET-DESK BOOM IN OUKMAIN OFFKK
jl. wun use or ae. etc : also a small :
ciosea in glass.
a H. LOVE, 98 Fourth ave.
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BU1LM
ING, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two oTSa
roomiest and best-lighted oSces to be founor 1b ttte
city; rent, Jew and saeo per annum, lnela(Hfig elec
tric lights, janitor service and steam beattsc.
Apply between-10 x. it. and 1 r. M or betwes
zandsr.M. Jy- ,
rpO LET-STORE OE OFFICE BOOM, "WTIK
JL large vault, suitable for insurance oSee or
similar business. In Germanla Savings Bask
building. No. 419 Wood street: room formerly oc
cupied by George Relneman as saloon, aad now.
temporarily occupied by the American. .Express
Co.; It Is two steps below grade. matlugaH.rH
elass basement. Inquire at THE BANK.
TO LET-SCHOLABSHIP FOR PllTSBUBQ
Female College, cheap. Address SCHOLAR
SHIP. Dispatch office se9-24
PERSONAL-MALTBY'S OYSTER, DEPOT,,
late 78 Fifth avenne. removed to 841 Smith
Held street: frejh oysters received dally; orders
flUed at lowest prices. J. B. HEMMEKLE, Mgr.
PERSONAL BOOKSI BOOKS! BOOKS!
New and old. ancient and Kouern. standard,
and rare. legal, medical and scientific saosovol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 903
Liberty st. au3-98
FOR SALE-TWO-STOEY BBICK STORE AND
dwelling on Frankstown avenue East End.
near East Liberty station: a good business loca
tion forsale'Iow: by order of the executor and
guardian of the estate. C. H. LOVE. 93 Fourth
FOB SALE-A STOREROOM. WAREHOUSE
and dwelling, with stock of goods if neces
sary, at a point on line of railroad; a good town
and fine conntry, and splendid place to reside or
for business. Particulars I rom JAS. W. DBAPE
A CO.. 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-PROMINENT CORNER PROP
ERTY on Wylle avenue; large lot and good
bullalng at less than value to settle up an estate:
we wHl sell for less than the city valuation, which
is a low one and much less than the pronerty is
worth, lr applied for at once. C. H. LOVE. 93
Fourth avenue. sll-l9-WT8Sn
PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURNED; recently they bad not been on tho
best of terms owing to a little family lar occa
sioned by the wife insisting on being allowed to
renovate bis wearing apparel, and which, of
course, was done In a bungling manner; is order
to prevent the trouble they agreed to send alt
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor. 65
Fifth ave.. corner Wood st., second floor, and
now everything Is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns In their household. Telephone 1568.
LOST THREE PHOTOS' REWARD BT
leaving at HIMMELRICH'S, Market st.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOB SALE-ALLEGHENY INVESTMENT; 3
two-story bricks of rooms, hall, bath, etc.,
in Third wards renting ror 8792 per year. BAL
TENSPEKGER & WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth ave.
TTTANTED-A GOOD COOK AND A GIRL
VV ror general housework; good wages paid.
Call 1137 LIBERTY AVE., city. sell-49
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS COOK AND A
good chambermaid; best wages paid. In
quire at 116 SHEFFIELD ST., Allegheny, sell-62
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
JX report of viewers on the opening of Wil
liam street, from Bailey avenue to Browns
ville avenue, has been approved by Councils,
which action will be final unless an appeal is
filed in the Court ot Common Pleas within
ten (10) days from date. E. SI. BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Public Work.
Pittsburg. Pa., September i, 1889. se4-89
Pittsburg. Pa, September 9. 1SS9.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
JN report of Viewers on the grading, pavius
and curbing of Carnegie street, from Fifty
second street to McCandless street, has been
approved by Councils, which action will be
final, unless an appeal is filed in the Court of
Common Pleas within ten (10) aavs from date.
E. M. BIGELOW.
se9-32 Chief of Dep't of Public Works.
WANTED--6 TRAINED FEMALE NURSES;
must show diploma. Apply DR. SUTTON,
private hospital, 170 Ridge ave., Allegheny City.
"TTTANTED-A PROTESTANT GIRL AS NUR
VV SERY governess, who can do neat sewing,
amuse children, assist them with their lessons,
and make herself generally useful with the care of
them. Address GOVERNESS, Dispatch office,
Pittsburg, Pa. se5-55
Olalo and Pcurale Help.
WANTED EXPERIENCED SALESMEN
and saleswomen for dress trimmings; It will
be useless to apDlv unless thoroughly competent.
FLEISHMAN & CO. sell-9
WANTED-50 LABORERS, STEADY WORK:
carriage driver; farm hands, 60 cooks. 20
chambermaids, 100 nurse girls, pantry girl and
dishwasher, housekeeper and sewing girl, store
girl. MEEHAVS, 545 Grant St. se9-D
FOR SALE-TWO-STOEY BRICK HOUSE IN
Second ward. Allegheny, near park, con
taining hall, 7 rooms, bathroom, lanndry and w.
c. ; lot 20x110 to 20-foot alley: property In excellent
condition: very desirable for residence or as In
vestment: price low; terms easy. WM. A. SIPE,
93 Diamond st. seS-68-MWS
FOR SALE-IKWlN AVE., ALLEGHENY. A
2-story and attic dwelling of 11 reoms, bath,
w. c. marble mantels, both rases, lanndrr nrf
all modern conveniences: good stableand carriage
bouse, large lot: this Is one or the most desirable
places facing the parks and very reasonable price
and terms. For further particulars call on
BLACK A B A1KD, 95 Fou rth ave. 2B-110,
none. Vehicles. Live Stock. fec
FOR SALE-FAMILY HOBSE AND SECOND
HAND barouche la rood condition; owner
has no further use for them. Csn be seen at
THOS. S. O'NKIL A CO.'S, 5821-5825 Pennare.
machinery and metals.
TTIOR SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS NEW
JU and refitted: repalringpromptlv attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY ANDMACHlNECO.,LIM.,
below Suspension bridge Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29
TT'OR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers: all sizes and stvles keot In stock, from
4 to 100 h. p. tall refitted; good as new, at lowest
R rices; mouuieu ponauie engines, 5 to San. p.
J. S. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa.
T7IOB 8ALE-CHEAP-3 ACRES OF GROUND
jl' wun aweiung, aDunaance or rrults, at Se
auuuuauuc ui irun. ac ri
A. HERRON & SONB. 80 Fourth
FOR SALE-AT A VERY REASONABLE
prl;e, on account of removal -or owner, at
Bellevue. well located, a dwelling of 9 rooms: lot
80x176 feet. W. A. HERRON SONS, 80 Fourth
FOR SALEONLY 82.300 IF SOLD QUICK
a neat dwelling; 5 rooms In fine order: lot 40x
176 It: this Is a great reductlonln price, and cheap;
centrally located In Bellevue, P.. Ft. W. A C. B.
R. W. A. HERRON A SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
WANTED-AT BERNARUl'S. 1302 CARSON
street Southside. one experienced dry
goods salesman and window trimmer: a saleslady
that has experience In cloaks, and two salesladies
for drygoods department; all must have a thor
ough knowledge of goods. sell-25-WF
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVEDatthe office of City Controller
until FRIDAY, the 13th "day of September, at 2
P. 31.. for the furnishing and delivering of
twelve (12) flatloads of good straw manure.
Flats to measure not less than .50.ft.xl6 ft.x3 ft.
0 in. Six (G) flatloads to bo delivered at Citv
J arm landing, Mpnongahela river. Six (6)
flatloads to be delivered at Negley Run land
ing, Allegheny river.
The Department of Awards reserves tbe
right to reject any or all bids.
R. C. ELLIOT,
se9v)l Chief of Department of Charities.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
L reports of Viewers on the opening of Loyal
alley, from Allen street to Beltzboovcr avenue:
Allen street, from Washington avenue to Mc
Lain street: Copeland strecr, from Ellsworth
avenue to Walnut street; Mahogany alley, from
Essex alley to Laurel street: Walter street,
from Washington avenue to Lillian street, and
Home street, from Plummer street to Butler
street, navo Deen approved by Councils, which
action will be final unless an appeal Is filed in
tho Court of Common Pleas within ten (10)
days irom date. E. M. BIGELO VV,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
Pittsburg, Pa. September 9, 1SS9. se9-32
WANTED - 825 WEEKLY-REPRESENTATIVE,
maleorfcniale. In every community;
goods staple: household necessity; sell at sight; no
ucuuiiug, taiary jiaiu pruinpiiy, ami expenses ad
vanced. Full particulars and valuable sample
case free: we mean Just what we say. Address at
once STANDARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston,
"TTANTED-A TOSiriON BY A YOUNG MAN
tt In a grocery or clothing store; furnish
reference as to ability; pleasant address. C H.
A., Dispatch offlce. sell-10
WANTED-FOSITION 1). E. BOOKKEEPER;
competent to take charge of set of books
rormfg. or other concern: salary (900 to 81,20c; Al
reference. Address BOOKKEEPER, SMElcventh
ave.. Alioonn, Pa. sclO-3
TTfJANTEIl-TWO (2) ACTIVE, ENF.KGnTIC
TV men with 8500 each to Join the subscriber in
the purchase or an old-established and well
known real estate business. For particulars ad
dress MO RTU AGE, Dispatch offlce. sclO-62
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE HOISTING ENGINES. NEW
and second hand; wire and raanllla rope, der
rick and fittings, hoisting tabs and cars, clay and
ore pans, engines, boilers and machinery.
THOMAS CARLIN'S SONS, Lacock and Sandusky
sts., Allegbenv. anS-17-uwr
OX. GEORGE'S HALL FOR BOYS AND
O young men, St. George's, Md., near Balti
more, Prof. J. C. Klnear, A. 1L, Principal. Col
lege or business. Unsurpassed m advantage,
comfon and situation. J200 to $273 a year.
CHOOL OF DESIGN. PENN BUILDING,
Pens ave.,above Seventh. St. The fall term
will open on Monday. Sept. IS, 1889; classes In,
drawing and painting from tbe cast and from
life: special class on Saturday. A. W. HEN-'
PERSON. Principal. sel-3-MW?
BISHOP BOWMAN INSTITUTE A CD1
LEGIATE school for young ladles, cor-
ner Penn ave. and Fourth street, Pittsburg.
Tbe next session begins Wed., Sept. IL Send,
for register giving full Information. Address
the rector, REV. R. J. COSTER, A. M.
FOB SALE-ONE GOOD SODA FOUNTAIN
with 8 syrups and 3 draught tubes; also one
automatic tumbler washer. Inquire JOHN
DIMLING. 409. 411 Market st. sell-3S
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
September 16 Denman Thompson's "Old
W. J. SCAN LAN.
September 16 C. L. Davis in "One of the Old
THE STEUBENVILLE, O., YOUNO
Ladies' Seminary opens September 17,
with best of advantages in social, English,
music and art departments, and with an ex
perienced native French teacher. Address
REV. DR. AND MRS. A. M. REID, Princi
pals. Mrs. Sanford, Co-Principal.
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD
EMY. Chester. Pa. Twenty-eighth year
opens September 18. A MILITARY COL
LEGE. Civil Engineering, Chemistry, Archi
tecture, Arts. Thoroughly organized, prepara
tory courses. Circulars of Mr. F. G. PAUL-,
SON, 441 Wood st, city. CoL CHAS. E.
HYATT. President. Jyl062-ws
TWO CHOICE SCHOOLS
8HORTLIDGE MEDIA ACADEMY for
young men and boys only.
IIBROOKJ5 HALL for girls and young ladle
Address SW1THLN C. SHORTLlDGE, A. M.
(Harvard gpaduate). Media, Pa., or call on E.
WALKER. Monongahela House, for full In
formation FRulAY, (10 A.M. to 4?.x.) this
FOB SALE-LOIS AT GLENWOOD, NEAK
the station: graded streets, sidewalks, city
wstcr.houscs and lots lor sale. 81,350. SI, 750. SiOCO,
ten per cent cash, balance on monthly payments:
Second Ave. Electric Rallwav will pass In front of
these lots; B. AO. Railroad fare monthly tickets,
SH cents per trip; 12 minutes from Smltbfield st.
GEORGE C. BURGWIN, 150 Fourth ave.
FOR HALE "EMSWORTH BUILDING LOTS,
60x100 rect. J400and 8500 eaeh; these are bar
gains and will not standlong. BLACK & 1IAIKD,
95 Fourth ave. 2H-68 SC4-57-D
FOR SALE-SUBURB AN SITES, 3 ACRES TO
10 acres, at Oak Grove, adjoining Young
station, between Parnassus anu Valley Camp,
about 90 acres laid off In 3 to 10 acre plots and
Fircsent many of tbe most desirable residence sites
or suburban homes to be found along anv of the
Tallroads; will be offered at public sale on Thurs
day afternoon, September 19, at 3 o'clock on the
premises or on the arrival or the 2 o'clock ex
press train at Young station: plans and fuller In
fortnatlon from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.. Agents
aud Auctioneers, 129 Fourth avenne, Pittsburg.
ARRIS' THEATER EVERY AFTER
NOON and evening. (
Week September 16,
WOMAN AGAINST WOMAN. se6-D
TXARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
To-night, Matinees, Tuesday, Thursday and
ENGLISH FOLLY CO. se9
mHE NEW WORLD'S MUSEUM
JL Allegheny City.
This week the ereat
32 in number, all artists. Next, Big Eliza,
weight 900. seS-5-D
Eugewortli BflaTuini aM Day Scbool
For girls, 122 West Franklin street, Baltimore.
Md.. Mrs. H. P. LEFEBVRE, princIpaL Tnls
school will reopen on Thursday, tbe 19th of
September. The course of Instruction em
braces aU tbe studies included In a thorough
English education, and the French and Ger
man languages are practically taught
ElITTSBURG FEMALE COLLEGE FULL
aud special courses of studv in Literature,
nguage. Natural Science, Music, An and
Elocution. Unsurpassed home comforts and
care. Buildings large: facilities ample. Health '
ratio not surpassed anywhere. Location cen
tral; Eighth street, near Penn avenue. Tuition,
and boarding very reasonable. Next season
opens September 10. For catalogue and full
information send to
PRESIDENT A. H. NORCROSS, D. D.,
JylO-23-ws Pittsburg. Pa.
ANTED MORTGAGES OX CITY PROF-
ftUii,.overH(X; rer cent; no tax.
" T iitkl A uvea n,wu, i;b UCi tCUb, UW V.
HENRY A. WEAVER & CO.. tCFourth avenue.
TT in large and small amounts at 4k. 5 and 6
per cent, free of State tax: no delay. Ri
v-uii.je;s CO., 131 Fourth ave.
SEPARATE AND SEALED PROPOSALS
will be received at the offlce of the City
Controller until SEPTEMBER 13,1889. at 2 P.
M., for putting new prison cells in Police Sta
tion Nos. 2 and 3, also for repairing said police
Plans and specifications can be seen at the
office of the Superintendent of the Bureau of
Bonds in double the amount of bids must ac
company each proposal. Said bonds to be pro
bated before tbe Mayor or City Clerk.
Tbe Department of Awards reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
J. O. BROWN,
se4-88 Chief Department Public Safety.
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Xl reports of Viewers ou tbe construction of
sewers on Dresden alley, from Stanton avenue
to Fifty-second street; Dithridge street and
Forbes avenue, from Fitth avenue to a point on
Forbes avenueSOOfeet westot Dithridge street;
Atwood street from Bates street to Louisa
street; Wrlghtsallev.from South Twenty-third
street to South Twenty-fourth street, and
Howo street from Ivy street to Aiken avenue,
have been approved by Councils, which action
will be Anal, unless an appeal is filed in the
Court of Common Pleas within (10) ten days
from date. . E. M. BmELOW
Chief of Dep't of Pnblic Work
63 tale. In Laropiromnll Amminf nt
ALEXANDER i LEE, 313 Wood st,
TANTED-MORTGAGES ON PITTSBURG.
Allegheny or suburban improved real
"VT7ANTED-TO LOAN SJ0O,0TO. IN AMOUNTS
TV of 83,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4)4 percent free or tax; also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent BLACK & BAIRD,
85 1 ourth a cnue. se21-d.x-D
TVTANTED MORTGAGES-il, 000, OOOTO LOAN
T T on city and suburban properties at Hi, Sand
"percent and on larms In Allegheny and aala
cent counties at 6 per cent. 1. M. PENNOCK A,
SON, 10 Fourth avenne. ap7-Hl
TtTANTED-TO LOAN 8201000 ON MORT
T GAGES; (100 and upward at 6 per cent;
40,000 at 4)4 per cent on residences or business
Property; also In adjoining counties. S. H.
FRENCH. 125 Fourth avenue. oc31-e84-D
TTIOR SALC-A GHEAT BARGAIN A FARM
X? of 500 acres; 100 cleared, balance timber: new
house, barn, etc.: farm well watered: fronts for
one mile on the Potomac river: No. 1 situation for
ashing clnbtprlce only 85,000. J. B. 11RISTOR,
fishing clnbiprlce oi
Martlnsburg, W. Va.
SALE-FARM 125 ACRES. 2-STORY
brick dwelling 10 rooms, large barn, fruit
shrubbery, snrlngs: soil, lav of land, location lor
summerand winter, and price, has not Its equal;
excellent location for physician. ED. IT
T1SH. 410 Grant St., Pittsburg. Pa. se7-D
Pittsburg, PA, Beptemberp, 1868, e!W2 vK-W. Quantity and Price.
"TtTANTED BARBERS FOR CITY AND
TV countrv situations. Also all barbers to tin
aerstand distinctly that we are not the proprietors
ot any barbershop, nor do we Intend to oppose
pur patrons In their legitimate business by becom
ing such, as we devote our time and attention ex
clusively to the manuracture aud sale of chairs
lr . barbers' supplies generally. ROSS W.
01.ACK, No. 80 Diamond street. The largest
ujnuracturerorand dealer In barbers' supplies.
Jot the successor of any arm. Twelve years In
tne present location, No. 80 Diamond street three
Jloors above Smlthneld street Pittsburg. All the
leading barber-shops and first-class hotels are
supplied by us. No scab labor employed nor any
&-cent shops furnished with supplies at any price.
A cordial invitation is extended to all barbers to
can and examine our stock aud be convinced as to
IOR SALE-RKAD THIS THROUGH, YOU
win find crest bargains in real estate on
tne southside. Kuoxvllle, Homestead, etc.:
frame bonse, 9 rooms aud three-story brick or 3
rooms anil basement, corner Twentieth and
Jane streets, 81.500: corner Twenty-eighth street
and Fox alley, 2 brick and 2 rratne houses, each
containing 4 rooms and attic 87.500: Nos. 2014 and
2U16 Sidney street each having 6 rooms and attic,
only 82.500 each; Breed street, corner Uxor alley,
3 brick houses and 2 rows or frame buildings,
monthlv income1 8101, the entire place cheap,
83,000; frame dwelling. 5 rooms, head Fifteenth
street 81,800: frame house. 5 rooms. No. 1708 Mer
rlmans street 81.509: No. 53 South Flitecnth
street lot 40x80. large dwelling. 82.8G0; No. 219
Plane avenue, near Ml. Oliver Incline station,
house. 10 rooms, store rooms and large hall, only
11,500: house. 4 rooms with 4 lots, Charles street
Knoxvllle: will sell lots senaratelv or the cntlrn
place cheap, at 83,350; lots on Carson street 81.000
each: lots near Twenty-second Street Incline.
fJ00; row or frame bouses Third street, near Ann
street. Homestead, only 81.350; beautiful house, 7
rooms, 2 acres oriand at Howard station. P.. V.
A C. R. R., near Homestead, very cheap. 84.250.
Look at this large flue house, 8 rooms, bay win
dows, etc, with about 1 acre ofland, at Industry,
Scott Haven station. P.. ilcK. & Y. B. R., line
location, only 8J, 000: and have lot 50x150, with a
stable near house, cheap, at 8600; two houses con
taining 16 rooms, store room, good water, near
Homestead station, both cheap, for 83,500; flue
lot Carson street centrally located, 85.500; frame
house. 5 rooms. No. 1709 Josephine street 82.000;
elegant house. 8 rooms, all modern improvements,
Carson street'lot 25x120, very low at 81,000. I
have a great many other properties ror sale in al
most any locality at bargains and on easy terms.
Apply to O. R. ToUDY. 1721 Carson street Pitts
burg, Southside, fa. ielO-82
CHAS. SOMERS & CO.,
313 Wood St
Choice and cheap, large and small, im
proved and unimproved properties
throughout both cities and suburbs.
Call and see us.
Telephone No. 1013.
WE. THE PARENTS OF THE LATE
Richard H. Thomas, extend our moss
sincere thanks to the Arm of Sankey Brothers
and their employes, also to the members of
tbe Eighteenth Street M. P. Sabbath school,
for their kindness and condolence in onr be
reavement of our lamented son. Respect
fully. JOHN R. THOMAS.
seIl-7 MARTHA THOMAS.
O LET-OFFICES TO RENT-
SUPERINTENDENT OF THE
A E. LINKENHE1MEK,
545 Smithfleld street, Pittsburg, Pa. Frelhelta
Freund Buildinc second floor. mb24-80-t wr
T) RIDGE NOTICE-U. S. ENGINEER OF
r PICE, Louisville, Ky.. August 10, 1SS9.
The Board of Engineers on tbe Louisville
bridge will meet In public session at Major A.
Stickney'a office, Louisville. Kyou September
12.18S9. at 11 A. M.. local time, to bear argu
ments for or against the plan and location of
the bridge proposed by the Louisville and Jet
fersonville Bridge Co. C. B. COMSTOCK,
Colonel of Engineers, President of the Board.
133 Eureka street near East street Allentown,
SATURDAY, September 14. 1SS9. at
F. it. on the premises.
A good new three-story and mansard brick
dwelling of eight rooms, ball, vestibule, bard
wood mantels, natural gas, city water: lot Mr
150 feet Positive sale. On terms.
BLACK & BAIRD.
se8-73-MWTS 95 Fourth avenue.
81 AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-74-D
128J4 THIRD AVE., UPSTAIRS.
Gents' shoes soled and heeled in 15 minutes
for 75 cents.
Finest work In the city. ,u23-30-wT
JNO. A. WILSON, Attorney at Law,
119 Fourth ave.
TESTATE OF GEORGE GLASS, DE
Jll CEASED. Notice is hereby given that
letters testamentary on the estate of George
Glass have been granted to the undersigned, to
whom all persons Indebted to said estate are
requested to make Immediate payment, and
those having claims against the same should
make them known without delay. MARY A.
GLA-S and DAVIS GLASS, executors. No. 57
Wylle ave.. PlitsLnrg. Pa. se-l-13-w
ING. 75. 77 and 79 Diamond st Engravings of
buildings, machinery, portraits, cuts for cata
logues, etc; reproductions orpen and Ink draw-.
Jugs, wood cut prints, manuscripts, etc.: print,
lug, binding, blank books, etc, scj-frwa