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THE PITTSBURG- PISPATOH, THHRSPAY, SEPTEMBER" 12, 1889:
THE AMUSING SIDE.
All Phases of Life and Experience to
be Seen at the Exposition.
MANY ADMIRE THE ART GALLERY.
Theloung Man With the Archaeological
Bent Bobs Dp Serenely.
HIS MCE SPECIALTY IS KEPT 05 ICE
The prettiest, most fashionable, and the
largest crowd of all, except perhaps on the
opening night, visited the Exposition yes
terday. The people present were essen
tially from the country, and showed their
appreciation of what Pittsburg had done in
an Exposition way, by promising they
would return again and again, just so long
as such instruction and amusement as last
night were offered them.
Late in the evening a young man from the
country approached Clerk Fitzpatrick, and
waving his hand carelessly toward the acres
upon acres of splendid exhibits, wanted to
know if there were nothing more than this,
and if he could not be shown the archaeo
logical department. He was informed this
portion of the great show was on ice at
present, but would be exhibited later. Then
this same archaeological young man went
out and stared at the pretty popcorn girl
until he became crosseyed.
Manager Johnston begs that gentlemen
do not smoke in the building as it is em
barrassing to the ladies, and endangers the
safety of the place. There is plenty of room
between the two buildings and on the res
Mr. Speer has decided that rather than
haTe any trouble tbe outside restaurant shall
be coated with sheet iron.
Mechanical hall is coming to the front as
one of the greatest points of interest. The
art gallery held the most cultivated audi
ence last night of any since the opening.
The programme as furnished br Conduc
tor Weis, of the Great "Western Band, lor
this afternoon reads:
TART 12 O'CLOCK.
L March. The Fort Nctbig
2. Overture. Exposition Beissig
a Waltz, New wine Strauss
4. Grand Medley, Recollections of tbe War
Sl Lancers, toilver Chimes Weigand
PART II 4 O'CLOCK.
L Overture, Pretty as a Picture Catlin
2. IdjL Serine's Approach Eilenberg
3. Polka, Light as a Feather Parlow
4. Medley, Ye Olden Times Beyer
5. Galop, Bounding Around. Weiss
Prof. Beckert attracted lively applause by
a good solo rendition.
entirely of Mexican onyx, a symmetrical col
umn with flared flutlngs capped with extra
heavy gilt ornaments. The onyx globe n
nearly concealed by a cover of duchesse point
lace, fine as a cobweb, over verdure green
silk. Facing the entrance stands a brass
and onyx etagere, so beyond any
thing In the building, that the usnal
terms of admiration and approbation are totally
inadequate to convey the impression received.
This etagere Is in double rows of shelves with,
square pedestal rising In center; above this a
heavy oal mirror in elaborate brass frame.
Even this was not enough of the magnificent
decorative famishment, but still above ii a
most rare and valuable piece of Gobelin, repre
senting "a stag hunt,'' graces the wall, the
colors reminding one of the Rubens and Van
Dyck schools ot art. Further descriptions will
follow. The exhibit is in charge of Mr. J. E.
Dow, of Philadelphia.
AKOTHEJJ CHILD SIUEDER.
A Female Baby Wn Found Bend In a Shoe
Box In Allegheny.
Allegheny had another strange child find
ing yesterday. Two workmen discovered
an old shoe box on the tracks of the Cleve
land and Pittsburg road, opposite the Union
Line car stables. On opening it the body of
a fully developed female child was found
lying dead and wrapped in white paper.
Mrs. Kline, of Stanton avenue, was sum
moned, and at once notified John L. Trex
ler's undertaking establishment on Beaver
avenue. Charles Richard, an employe of
Trexler's, conveyed the child's body to
Beaver avenue, and informed the Allegheny
police and tbe coroner of the case.
The police are now at work upon the case.
The body is in no wav mutilated or disfig
ured. Officer James Cahey passed the place
where the remains were found but a few
minutes before the workmen, and the box
was not there then.
HERE IS LEGAL FTO.
A Lawyer Does Not Recognize Bis
Client and the Case is Lost.
A TOLICEUAN AS AH ATTORNEY.
&3-Dliplav advertisements one dollar per
square for one insertion. Classified advertUe
mentt on this page such at Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, etc., ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken for less than fifty tents.
Suit Entered to Prevent Leaving Sand
Piles in the Hirers.
GENERAL HEWS OP THE COUKTY COURTS
The Superb Piano to Be Seen nnd Heard at
537 Smltbfield Street.
Pittsbnrgers, after their stay at the moun
tains or seaside resort, shoulddrop in at the
store of J. SI. Hoffmann & Co., No. 537
Smithficld street. Here pianos are found,
whose tones fall most delightfully upon the
ear, and whose forms are the perfection of
grace and symmetery. The noble Sohmer
piano is a king among pianos, and its
supremacy is acknowledged throughout this
continent. The Colby piano is another
splendid instrument, which has steadily
gained an enviable position, and the
Hallet & Cnmston pianos are worthy the
confidence they enjoy. AH these instru
ments are to be found only at the store of
J. SI. Hoffmann & Co., where all visitors
are welcome to thoroughly investigate their
THE EVERETT PIANO CLUB.
J. C. GROGAN.
Diamonds and Silverware.
The exhibit for this week is, with few excep
tions, of solid sterling silver, and the great
cae of ebonized wood with silver mounted
French plate Is a mass of elegant articles from
immense imposing sets, to tiny dainty conceits,
each most beautiful of its kind. At the north
entrance of space (which is on main floor near
the center) is an etagere oC gilt bronze with
onvx tops that is unlike anything before seen
in Pittsburg, the onyx is beautifully marked,
decided veins of crimson, green, blue, opal,
orange blending: the shapes are oblong,
hexagon, half circle; it is a bold design but
very effective. In center case, are solid silver
dinner sen ices, repousse, gold lined; these
have soup tnreens. meat and game salvers,
vegetable dishes, salad bowls, etc., even to the
minutest essential ot the banquet board,
nothing is omitted.
In case ot. north aisle side is an array of
dazzling silver in majestic pieces and sets that
is m itself an Exposition. Certainly artificers
In silver have reached the acme of perfection,
judging from the Grogan exhibit.
A large tray center of satin-flnished silver,
border of repousse work, holds a tea service of
Six pieces, gold lined, in the graceful modern
ized antique style. Nearby is a stately n ater
pitcher of generous proportions, medallions at
sides, tbe base rolled; this also in embossed
silver. A heavy salver, savors of the olden
time, with its open work hlending with heavy
scrolls. A chocolate service is copper, silver
mounted, the chocolatere and sugar bowl cold
lined; a dozen delicate cups and saucers in
fine Haviland surround these; the dozen pansy
spoons, the handles twisted stems, and twin
spoon sugar litter comnleting the set.
The very latest novelty in dessert forks have
four broad flat gold tine, the handles elabor
ately carved terminating in triple curve. A
superb bndal present consists of table, dessert,
tea ana ojster spoons, and large and dessert
forks. These handles are frosted silver. Any
icvc cjuci iu uue cuiur wouia oe an
anomaly nowadays, contrasts being demanded.
A large repousse fruit bowl has an artistic
stamp about It that insists upon prompt appre
ciation. A "poet set" consists of four gold
bowled ladles for soup, punch and sauces, the
handle of each the bust of a famous bard,
Shakespeare, Homer, ettx, are oxydized silver.
In small and odd pieces are sugar and
creams, berry spoons, pepper and baits, ice
cieam sets of knife and dozen spoon or a
cake and butter knife set, pairs of fluted gold
lined 6alt cellars and spoons, and a myriad
other pretty things.
A huge case is devoted almost solely to
knives; knives used to be prosaic things neces
sarybut scarcel to be classed with the beau
tiful. It is a revelation to find them as present
ed for inspection in this exhibit; silver blades
and hand painted Haviland handles; silver
bladed carved pearl tea, and curiously shaped
fruit kmves; not theold-fashionedfoldingsilver
ones by any means, but a stvle just its own
dinner knives in many kinds, silver blades, but
the difference being in the handles; even carv
ing sets are silver mounted and silver plated;
and no aoubt, because thev belong tn th nri.
handled goods. Some charming nut pickers
with their silver crackers are in tbe same case.
air. J. C Grogan has added a huge case of
very fine triple plated ware, and every con
ceivable piece for tne table seems to be right
In this case, great silver epergnes,
salvers, roast beef platters, game platters,
soup and vegetable tureens, oyster
bowls, tea services, water sets, nnt and
raisin receivers. It is unnecessary to say that
this triple plate is fine; if it were not the best
it certainly never would stand the severe test
of proximity to this, the most snperb exhibit of
Sliver ever shown in Pittsburg. And all of this
solid silver, this dazzling array of artistic design
and execution, is not even missed from the stock
earned by J. G. Grogan. He makes a specialty
of sterling silver ware among his many special
ties, for he finds the taste lor It returned in
full force and even growing.
Like two sentinels stand the just Imported
English regulator, or hall clocks, at either en
trance to the space. One of quartered oak is
some eight feet high, finely carved, the dial
plate giving hours, minutes, seconds, day of
month and moon's phases. The other, in ma
hogany case, has in addition Westminster
chimes, which ring out each quarter hour, and
the touch of spring enables you to have the
chimes sound at any time.
Last Saturday night was the "Festival of
Diamonds." Tbe case nine feet In length was
ablaze with these gems. Over sixty thousand
dollars' worth of diamonds were in this one
case 1 1 How the glinted and glistened, throw
ing out their light for, surelj, there is no light
that can compare with the gleam of diamonds
of the first water and among ihose stones
shown at the festival were many of
tbe rarest, for Mr. Grogan keeps his
agents ai.au me points wnere choicest gems
can be found, such as Pans. London, Amster
dam and in South Afnca, and in this way pro
cures those rare specimens for which fiis store
is famed. On Saturday evening, September
11, there will be a second display of jewels and
some remarkable curios in diamonds will be
presented for inspection. The chief one is a
Pans street lamp in miniature, the only one in
the world. The stand or post in oxydized silver
with base of lapls-lazuli, but will it be believed
that the lamp is veritably a large square
diamond? This is no flight of fancy; but
fiCtn.iC M'-G"Kn having kindly shown
the article to the writer. There will be also
stones In their natural state as discovered in
Or Co-Operntive Plan of Selling Plnnos.
Offers inducements which can be secured in
no other way, while the club members have
the privilege of the easiest payments ever
offered, viz., $1 00 per week. They at the
same time get the benefit of the lowest pos
sible cash price, obtained by contracting for
350 pianos at one time. If you have not
seen the plan send lor onr circular at once,
or come and see the piano. Application for
membership should be made immediately,
as the club is filling up. Address or call
on Alex Boss, Manager, 137 Federal street,
WEST TIKGIMA FAIR.
Excursions to Wheeling vlatbePcnnsylvanla
Excursion tickets will be sold via the
Pittsburg, Cincinnati and St. Louis Bail
wav from September 9 to 13, for all regular
trains, at rate of $2 50 from Pittsburg, good
returning until Saturday, September 14.
Bate includes admission to the lair.
"W. D. Sloore, Eq., yesterday rushed into
Judge Slagee's branch of the Criminal
Court and made a motion for a new trial in
the case of P. Bauerento, who was convicted
Tuesday on a charge of indecent assault.
Colonel Sloore was quietly informed that a
new trial had already been granted Bauer
ento. An odd state of affairs was then de
veloped. After Bauerento had been arrest
ed on the charge for which he was convicted,
some of his friends went to Colonel Sloore
and retained him to defend Bauerento in
court. They, however, gave him another
Italian name than the one under which he
was indicted Bauerento.
On Tuesday Colonel Sloore, learning that
his client's case was to be called went to the
Criminal Court to wait for the case. The
name by which he knew his client was not
called, but Bauerento was. The attorney
did not know Bauerento by sight so did not
recognize his client. Bauerento, therefore,
had no counsel and the Court assigned him
Walter Day, Eq. The trial proceeded, Col
onel Sloore watching it languidly, and
Bauerento was convicted. As the prose
cuting attorney, Colonel Echols, had alluded
to the fact that the defendant did not testify
he was at once granted a new trial.
Colonel Sloore only learned yesterday
that Bauerento was his client and hurried
to get a new trial for him. He learned that
he had been forestalled, but will have a
chance yet to defend his client
In the Criminal Court yesterday Sasquali
Clone was tried lor felonious assault and
battery on Michael Ciragna, whom he had
cut with a knife. He was convicted and
sentenced two years to the workhouse.
"When his case was called. Clone had no
counsel. He was told he could select any
attorney he desired to defend him. Walk
ing over to where a number of witnesses
were seated, Cione looked them all over and
finally selected Policeman John Sloran,
resplendent in full uniform, to defend him.
He was much chagrined because he could
not have the policeman, but finally con
tented himself with Attorney Patterson,
whom the Court appointed.
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 9 P. 11 for inser
tion nest morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts wttli THE DIS
PATCH. PITTS BUBO.
THOMAS srcCAFrKEY, 35u9 Butler street.
KMIL G. STUCKEY. I4th street and Penn are.
E. G. STUCKEY 4 CO., Wylleave. andFultonst.
X. STOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House,
1. W. 'WALLACE, 121 Penn avenue.
JACOB SPOHN, No.zCarson street
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAEBCHEB, W Federal street.
H. J. McBBIDE. Federal and Ohio streets,
FBEDH. EGGEBb. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS&SON, Ohio and Chestnut its.
j:F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
BEBBY1I. GLELM. Bebecca and Allegheny aves.
W. TV. FLOCKEB, Stationer. Mo. 4 Grant avc.
"TXT-ANTED-POSimON AS ORGANIST IN A
tXV .Catl"Uo &?lnrcD' -Address ORGANIST,
Dispatch office, Pittsburg. elS-87
WANTEU-AN EXPERIENCED BOOK
p t El'ER desires position at evening work..
E- J. M., 193 Lacock St., Allegheny. sett-79
TXT ANTEDA POSITION BY A YOUNG MAN
it in a grocery or clothing store: furnish.
e .e,nce as to ability; pleasant address. C. H.
A., Dispatch office. sell-10
Booms. Houies. Etc
TJTANTED - SMALL CONFECTIONERY,
..I.'. e,Par stationery, notion or millinery store,
with Hying rooms, in business part of Pittsburg
t once. MAGAW&UOFF, US i ourth ave.
"COR SALE LOTS ON BLUFF Aftti VTfTKSOY
I J? sts., near colleger terms to, suit. KOltT.
COWARD, 20 Bluff st. aul-47-TT8Sa
f OR SALE LOTS.
TTU)K SALE-LOTS ON SOUTHERN AVE
a- iiu Ytasnington. two verv desirable ones at
(300 each. J. C.
Td let-no. 41 marion st. (furnished
or unfurnished, 7 rooms: late Improvements;
near Forbes st. W. A. HEBRON i SONS.
Fourth avenue. e-8J
East End Lor.
TTTANTED-MORTGAaES-MONEY TO LOAN
.','. In sums to suit at 4X, 5 and S per cent.
ALLES 4 BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tef. 107.
TTXAJITED-IIOBTGAGES ON CITY PBOP
VV ERTY. over $4,000: 4)4 oer cent; , no tax.
HENRY A. WEAViat&CO., K Fourth avenue.
WANTED -STEADY BARBER-AT 1366 9KC
ONDave. D. W. HIGGINS. SC12-78
WANTED-A GOOD TINNER OR ROOFER
at FULTON BROS.'. Braddock. seli-75
WANTED-A BOY TO LEAUN THE BARBER
trade. Call at 20! FEDERAL ST., Alle
' in larsre and sms.Il smnnnta it 4U. SuntlS
P?r.,c.ent' free of State tax: no delay.
U)VLE A CO.. 131 fourth ave.
WAiiTED-MORTGAGES, LARGE ORbMALL
amounts, 4 to 6 per cent, according to se
f.T'.'J. and desirability of loan. FRED BINE
HAKT, Room 4, 67 Fourth ave. 6elO-89-TTS
WANTED TO LAN MONEY ON MOBT
. GAGES on Improved real estate In sums of
fo and upward at -IK, 5 and 6 per cent. L. O.
a ana isuuer streets.
SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
TTIOR S 4.LE-(99)-FlNEST BUILDIN O SITE IN
A. East End; close to Roup sta. and both cable
?.la,.!'00x::cl".: surrounded by flue residences.
S. W. BLACK A CO
FOR SALE-CONK AD 8TB EET. TWENTIETH
. . ward, choice building lot,S0x)60 feetilocatlon
nrst class and convenient to steam and cable cars;
price, tw per foot rront. L. O. FKAZIER. Forty
flfth and Batter sts. kIO-W-TTSU
FOB SALE-BOULEVAKD PLACE, THOMAS
street, lot 50xi ft.: excellent opportunity
for Investment: will sell at a lower price than
origlnil owner would: a bargain. SAMUEL W.
BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave. sell-4S-TWT
FOB SALE-A LIMITED NUMBER OF DE
. , aiKABLE building sites on Grazier t.,
Dallas, on line or Citizens Electric road, to be
completed next aprlngflots 24x110 feet at saoo each.
MELLON BROTHERS. 8349 Station St., jE.
TO LET-I-STOBY BKICK HOUSE. WITH
mansard roof, containing 9 rooms, ball, large
attic, bathroom, ctci; yard back and front: all In
pest condition; particulars at premises. STFKz
MONTST., Allegheny. sell-23
TO LET-IN-HOUSE-jrACINU PARK VERY
desirable large, airy, well furnished room,
both cases and use of bath, suitable for one or two
.,. " t . z- - -"i".-'.r.r' .r-t. " - -"w
ficuwemen. .aaaress, i-jUYAlJi WAiwir.-r,
TOLET-839SM1THFIELD8T., 'WITH IMME
DIATE possession. C. H. LOVE, M Fourth
L. Of nr
more. Prof. J.
loere or bes4ses. Usuit'imln advaaOMMst,
oogfort Bd BiMMtom. fMOtoKTSans.
A. M-Principal. I
West waucot mr taaet hbmdxast
for yeas Mia; Mnh; tsyortfaat
lor givisga aoarior cdwiteB la eoHsl)C
eclectic and neaaratsry aaaartawatM tint la
music ana art. MRS. BSXIOJCTTA KCHL
Moravian BoartHne Sehod far Bar at Jffaaa.
retb, Pa. FeetHlel 17BS. Booyoae Oaptaiiiei.
TO LET FORTY-FIFTH ST. A GOOD
brick corner business stand, containing line
storeroom. 9 dwelling rooms, halt, etc.; counters
and shelving complete: good opening foragrocery
or butcher: rent very low. L. O. FRAZIKB,
Forty-lirth and Butler sts. seS-77-TTSa
FOR BALE-ATLANTIC AVE.. TWENTIETH
. ward, large fine lot 100x120 feet, covered
with fine shade trees and surrounded by flrst-elass
Improvements;- tbree minutes walk to station;
price very low and terms easy. L. O. FKAZIER,
Forty-flfth and Butler streets. aelO-30-TTSU
"TTTANTEU-TO LOAN KM. COO ON MOKT-
TV GAGES In amounts to suit. In city or coun-
i. a. loo per cent, as to
SAMUEL W. iLACK & CO.
security; no delay.
v zourtu KTC
T17" ANTED TO LOAN 1500, COO. IN AMOUNTS
IT of fi, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4X per cent, free of tax: also smaller
amounts at Sands per cent. BLACK & BAIRD,
S3 Fourth avenue. se21-d28 D
TV on eltv
E per cent, and on larms In A
cent conntles at 6 per cent. 1.
oujm, ioa Fonrth avenue.
MOliTGAGES-ll, 000, CC0TO LOAN
rues at Vi ..no
on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
uiKucuT wu y-
M. rENNOCK A
WANTED - OFFICE BOY ADDRESS IN
own handwriting, giving age, B. It.. Dis
patch office. 6C12-25
CBCELTV TO CHILDREN.
To the Teemer-Gaudaur Race, at SIcKeea
port. The B. & O. K. E. will sell excursion
tickets at rate of 70 cents for the round trip,
for special train leaving Pittsburg at 2:30
p. M., to-morrow, returning after the race.
CALL for a glass of BaenerJein Brewing
Co.'s lager beer when giving your order at
your favorite club, hotel, saloon or restau
rant It is pure, healthful, palatable and
invigorating. Proprietors and managers
will find it to their interest to keep it on
tap. Telephone 1018. Bennetts, Pa.
Remnant sale! Remnant sale! Remnants
of dress goods, flannels, table linens, silks,
white goods, embroideries, calicos, sateens,
cashmeres, plaid remnants for children; all
to go at very low prices at great bargain sale,
Friday and Saturday, also Saturday night.
KNABLE & Shuster,
35 Fifth avenue.
A nice line of brilliant cut glass in
Ice cream sets, Claret sets,
Water sets, Water bottles,
Fiower globe's. Ice tubs, etc., etc.,
Suitable for wedding presents, at Hardy &
Hayes', 529 Smithfield st.
Ono Hundred nnd bcventy-Five In Three
Of the ?6 umbrellas lor 53 each. Come to
day if you want one.
JOS. HOBNE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
Finds a. True Bill Against
The grand jury yesterday returned a true
bill against Aurila Hetlar and Tillie Quil
len for cruelty to children. The women
kept a baby farm at Mansfield and were
prosecuted before Alderman Porter by
Superintendent Dean, of the Anti-Cruelty
society, on cnarges oi neglecting the chil
dren placed in their care. They were the
receivers of a number of children from the
Children's Aid Society.
A true bill was returned against John
Lane for forging a check for $4. The
check was cashed by Andrew Fillman.
Lane at once pleaded guilty.
The other true bills were:
Thomas Buckley, John Lutz, Dennis Magher,
acgravated assault and battery: Charles Mc
Clure, assault and batterj ; A. V. Kendig forci
ble entry and detainer; Patrick SIcSbane. ma
licious trespass; J. Wilson, Wm.Dowden, Geo.
Gales, malicious injury to a railroad; Frank Con
boy. Nelson McNeil, carrying away fruit; Wm.
Bulker, false pretense: Wm. Frisbee, John
Kipper, entering a buildlngwith intent to com
mit a felony: James Thomas, larceny and re
ceiving stolen goods.
The ignored bills were:
,,r,F- .J3?WB' "- Richards.- T. Sweeney,
Michael Tester, Larry O'Toole, James Galla
gher, larceny and receivmestolen goods; James
F.Harris, larceny by bailee; Benjamin Aora
ham. false pretenses; Thomas Reineman, ae
gravated assault and battery and assault and
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS COATMAKEK;
nx...8,,,c.ailrwork: married man preferred. P.
SEEFOBD, Mies, O. se7-83
TTT-ANTED-F1NE COAT MAKER-STEADY
.,T.,...e.'?.Dlorment an1 good wages. M. T.
FORNEY, Leetonla, O. sell-34
WANTED-a. GOOD BARBER: WAGES p A
.. .. week nd board, at THOS. DOTTERMA.VS,
36 Chestnut St.. Allegheny. ei:-Sl
WANTED TWO EXPERIENCED rULLFKS;
steady work: references required. Ad
dress C. C , Dispatch office. sell-17
WAA.TJEPT GOOD BAKBEB IMME
DIATELY, at GEORGE J. FLATJS'. 612
Market St., McKeesport, Pa. selM9
TTTANTED-A MAN TO DRIVE CAKRIAOE,
..T.T.J??' :..KOOd references required. A. M.
BROWN, No. 131 Fifth avenue. se!2-9-Tlis
W A N TED STONECUTTERS,
men and skilled laboring men
SmlthBeld street bridge. J. 1 KIDA Y.
to work on
WANT1D-TO LOAN f2)O,000 ON MORT
GAGES; flOO and upward at 6 per cent;
10,000 at 4)4 per cent on residences or business
cvumiet. o. a
Property; also In adjoining
'Ajuitu. iso r onrxu avenue.
"T7ANTED-Y0U TO GET A BAKER'S
JT dozen (13) of Stewart A Co. 's fine cabinet
photos for fl, at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
FOP. SALE-TAKE ADVANTAGE OP THE
low prices at which we oiler finest .building
sites between Hlland and Negley aves.; property
in this location is advancing rapidly on account
of the building -of the Hlland Park cable line.
MELLON BROTHERS, 6W9 Station St, B. E.
FOB SALE-ON THE EASIEST TERMS AND
at prices ranch lower than any in thesur
ronndlng neighborhood, lots 40 and SO feet front
age. andlCOtolSOfeetln depth. In that best of all
locations. "Banm Grove." MELLON BKOS..K.
E., or JOHN F. BAXTER Ag't, 512 SmltdBeld
FOB SALE-(99) 10ACBESIN THE ELEVENTH
Ward, Allegheny, adjoining tbe P. Ft. W. &
C R. K., and near California Avenne Boulevard ;
would subdivide nicely. SAMUEL W. BLACK &
CO.. 99 Fourth ave. selO-4S-TTS
Offices. Desk Room. tc
rriO LET-CHOICE OFVICE3. SINGLE OK
A in suit. In tbe Standard block. Wood, near
Fifth avenue. W. A. HEBRON SONS, SO Fourth
O LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two of tbe
roomiest andbest-Ugbted oQces to be round In the
city; rent, 00 and S300 per annum, lnclndlug elec
tric ligbts. Janitor service and steam beating.
Apply between 10 A. X. and IE. v., or between
2 and 4 P.M. JT3S-C7
rriO LET-STOKE OK OFFICE BOOM, WITH
JL large vault, suitable for Insurance offlce or
similar business. In Gennanla Savings Bank
building. No. 419 Wood street: room formerly oc
cupied by George Beineman as saloon, and now
temporarily occupied by the American Express
Co.: It Is two steps below grade, making a ilrst
class basement. Inquire at THE BA-NK.
815 and 917 K. CSai
lAVAsX af TsTlssssT sssssslssssWssssSHia
iY. I KHlMMiM IMC ftrnh
Hiss cast. (tfeelaacBaaetJltftoi
Notre Dame of Maryland.
Collegiate Institute for yeas? lfjgia m4 Ms.
paratory school for little girts, BMBLA P. O.,
tbree miles from Baltimore, Md.. aoadsmssl by
the Bisters of Notre Haass, Sea Ut eatoiegae.
Normal, Academic Commaretol. BtesleaM
prepared for advanced oteseee is site sett eeiV
leges, for teaching; for boainsM. TevtHC La
dies' Seminary Department. FaU team omu
September 9. vm. Hob. Tbe. M. btenhsU,
President Board ot Trustees. AcMres J. WAR
REN LYTLE, Principil.No-7.rrti, aveaae.
TTTANTED-EVERIBODYTO SEND THEIR
TV furniture needing upholstering, repairing
and rcflnlsblng to HAUGH A KEENAN. 33 and
34 Water st. 'I'lionc 1G2S. . . aul4
WANTED-A LOCATION NEAB TO. BUT
outside tbe cltv. for manulacturlmr a
nffl T A ririHsa iHlfh ! In v U UlPni 'I
Address. with particulars, SPECIALTY
uispaicn omce. seii-iKf
WANTED-A STOUT. SMALL HOBSK OR
pony, not over 13 hands high; black or
dark brown, and perfectly sound; state where to
be seen. J. B., Dispatch office. sel2-80
TTTANTED TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
TT BEBS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one In the club at II 00 per week. Address P. O.
Box 501, and I will call and snow yon tbe watcb.
WANTED-TWO GIRLS FOR GENERAL
. .. no?fr.0Ik: ApplytoHAKTMANBBUS,
Continental Hotel, No. 13 Carson St., S.S. sell-H
WANTED-A SMART, ACTIVE MAN-A
salesman, and acquainted with gas Hxttre
business preferred. Inquire at 627 WOOD faT.
WANTED-SALESMAN TO SELL GOODS IY
sample: good salary paid. Write to CES
TENNIALMFll. CO., Cincinnati, O, or Chicago.
. se3-75 TTSSU
WA.Ii-S.V,-AN INSTALLMENT COL
LECTOR; permanent position and god
o knt , if..., v. uiHU.
burg P. O.
Address BOX 501, I'ltis-
WANi'ED-A FIRST-CLASS COATMAKER
to work in the houe: uteady work for a
steady man. M. OPPENHEIMER & CO., Ii
Liberty street. sell-B
WA??V.A ENTLFMAN TO ACT AS AD
ANCEagent for lecturer; reference re-3uTfd-.
Jress 1DWABD CALLAGHAV,
bcottdale, Pa. se!2-2t
tTJANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO-
V TOGRAPHEK. 96 Fi fth avenne. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at II 50 per
dozen: photos delivered when promised: lnstan
taneons process. mhl3-C3
FOR SALE IMPUOVED REAL ESTATE.
I7IOR SALE-!S,500-A NEAT BRICK HOUSE 8
.' rooms on Center avenue, near Crawford St.. a
good house at a reasonable price. W. A. HEBRON
& SON S, 80 1 ourth avenue. se5-40-TTS
FOR HALE-EMSWOKTH BUILDING, LOTS,'
60x100 feet. HOOand 1500 each; these are bar-,
gains and will not stand long. BLACK & BAIRD,
95 Fonrth ave. 211-63 se4-57-D
FOR SALE-SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 14, AT
Z o'clock, desirable building lots at anetlon
sale In Vllsack plan at Etna station, P. & W. K.
It. ; train leaves Anderson street sutlon at 1:49 r.
Jt.. cltv time. STBAUB & MORRIS, Auctioneers.
of 8 acres and 10 acres of ground at "Oak
Grove." Young station, between Parnassus and
Valley Camp. A. V. It. K., next Thursday after
noon, September 19. at 3 o'clock, onthepremises;
free tickets by express train at t o'clock from Un
ion station: tickets and plans at our office. J AS.
W. DRAFEJfeCO, Agents and Auctioneers, 13
Fonrth avenne, Pittsburg. seM-l-D
FOR BALE-SUBURBAN SITES, 2 ACRES TO
10 acres, at Oak Grove, adjoining Young
station, between Parnassus and Valley Camp,
about 80 acres laid off In 3 to 10 acre plots and
present many of the most desirable residence sites
for suburban homes to be found along any of the
railroads: will he offered at public sale on Thurs
day afternoon. September IB, at 3 o'clock on the
premises or on the arrival of the 2 o'clock ex
press train at Young station: plans and toiler In
formation from J AS. W. DRAPE & CO., Agents
"W. J. SOANLAN.
September 16 Alria Joslln in "One of the
Old Stock." ge!2
GRAND OPERA HOUSE-TO-NIGHT.
Matinees "Wednesday and Saturday.
September 16 Denmin Thompson's "Old
HARRIS' THEATER EVERY
NOON and evening.
Week; September 18,
WOMAN AGAINST WOMAN.
ARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
TTARRY WILLIAMS' u
lo-nlght, Matinees, Tuesday, Thursday and
ENGLISH FOLLY CO. Se9
THE NEW WORLD'S MUSEUM
This week the great
32 in number, all artists. Next, Big Eliza,
weight SOP. se8-5-D
and Auctioneers, 129 Fourth avenne, Plttsburj
FOR SALE WEBsrEK AVE., NEAB FUL
10N St., a very desirable 2-story brick; 6
rooms and large storeroom; price low. J,
U. RE1LLY, 77 Diamond st. se8-Ul-TTSSu
FOR SALE-SOUTHERN AVE, MT. WASH
INGTON. 3-6tory frame: 8 rooms and store
room; thl9 can be bought at a bargain: lot 24x143.
J. C. BEILLY. 77 Diamond St. seS-lll-TTSSu
WANTED KELIABLE MAN WHO CAN
come well recommended for position at 05
Ltiii wun increase snortly. KUNZ & CO.. 63
i ave., upstairs.
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED DBIVXR
for two-horse feed wagon: one who speaks
German preferred Inquire at 718 West Carsm
St., C. WEbSEL & CO. sel2-lf
WANTED EXPERIENCED WINDO.V
dresser: also a bov over 16 to make hlmsdf
useful; must bring A I reference, BUSY BUS
HIVE, Sixth and Liberty. se!2-a
A PECULIAR SUIT.
Habby Aldek, formerly of this city,
can now be found at AV. H. Holmes &
Son's Chicago House, No. 264 South Clark
street, 120 Water street,
264 South Clark st, 158 First avenue,
ttssu Chicago. Pittsburg.
At the Expo.
"When yougo to the Exposition don't fail
to visit Marvin's stand and get a delicious
hot cake, made from Marvin's un
rivaled, self-rising pancake flour. Then
when you go home again take with you
a sack of the flour aud make some cakes
for yourself. ttssu.
Society Emblems, Rings. .
Marks and jewels of everv description on
hand and made to order by E. P. Eoberts &
Sons, corner Firth ave. and Market st.
Largest stock jn the city. ttfsu
A rtJRE, wholesome and delicious drink
is Prauenheim & Vilsack's "Iron City
Beer." It is undoubtedly the best in the
The Vichy of America.
"Why drink impure water when the abso
lutely pure Ponce de Leon mineral spring
water can oe procured lor t per case ol 50
pint bottles (carbonated), f. o. b. Mead
ville. Address, Ponce de Leon Mineral
Springs Co., Meadville, Pa. xh
Use "Una" flour finest spring patent in
the world. "Golden Wedding" the best of
bread flours. "Dnquesne" has no equal as
a pastry flour. Homing's "Ivory," gem of
all familv flours.
Trymby. Hunt A; Co.. Philadelphia.
Last night the visitors had for the first time
the opportunity to view this marvelous exhibit
the sensation was so marked that it was diffi
cult to obtain more than an item or two Six
windows, each differently draped, are in them
selves a study. In one the curtains of cable
renaissance, the draperies In Capucin plush,
the very new and gorgeous color. Another
window has Colbart lace panel overhangings of
deepest shade of Nile green band-decorated as
to tbe floriated design outlined in metal
Interest centers In an entire parlor suite of
gobelin tapestry In Blxteenth Century style ot
pld frames each of the four chairs is of a
ifferent design, the groundwork a delicate
lawn: tbe design on the tola combines all four.
A tete-a-tete in a Sixteenth Centnry tapestry
Is in peach with large groups of flowers; the
upholstery is of the most luxurious type.
Throning light upon this, a tall parlor lamp
SI. Until October. 81.
Mothers, bring children to Aufrecht's
Elite gallery, 516 Market street. Pittsburg.
Use elevator. Cabinets 1 per dozen, proof
Fiuday and Saturday, bargain davs.
Don't miss this sale. Come rain or shine!
Kxable & Shuster,
35 Fifth avenue.
Lndies' Suit Pnrlors.
Visitors to the Exposition should not fail
to see the new costumes we are showing for
early fall wear. Pabcels & Jones,
tts 29 Fifth ave.
Geo. H. Bennett & Bro., 135 First
avenue, Pittsburg, are the largest holders of
pure rye whisky in the city.
A Ferryman Sues n Big; Glass Company for
"William A. Dunlnp, yesterday, entered
suit against the Pittsburg Plate Glass Com
pany for $1,000 damages. Dunlap is a
ferryman crossing the Allegheny river at
Hulton. He states that the Plate Glass
Company went to work digging sand out of
the river bed. They returned the coarse
sand and gravel to the water.
The result was they left a sand bank in
the middle of the river about 1.000 feet lontr.
8 feet high and from 20 to 30 feet thick. The
river bed was also left with holes and piles
of sand in it, causing rough water and
eddies. The sandbar, it is held, has ob
structed the way of Dunlap's ferry, giving
him a long journev around, while the rough
water makes his trips exceedingly danger
ous. This has turned his customers away
from him, they going to the ferries above
and below him. For the loss of his trade
and his danger and trouble he wants $1,000.
What Lawyers Tin vo Done.
Jons' DTJNif was acquitted yesterday of
larcenv of clothing and J15 from the house of
Patrick Boyle, tried for aggravated as
sanlt and battery on Patrick Wiialen yes
terday, was found not guilty and the costs
William McCor pleaded guilty to the lar
ceny of a shirt and shoes from the house of
John Kenyon. He was sentenced two months
to tbe workhouse.
Harry Fiamro, the Maripe Bank defaulting
bookkeeper, will be indicted at the meeting of
the United States Court at Williamsport. next
week. He will, however, not be tried until the
November term of the Court in this city.
Judge Aciteson, of the United States Court,
yesterday made an order for the removal of
James McCran, charged with breaking into a
ppstoflice, and William Kent, Albert Binginan
and John Seips, charged with passing counter
feit coin, from the Allegheny County Jail to
Lycoming County Jail for trial next week.
Margaret Castine, yesterday, entered suit
against Paul Lochner for $1,000 damages. The
parties own adjoining property on Webster
avenue. Eleventh ward, and the plaintiff
claims mat .Liocuuer aiiuws tne waste water
etc., to drain from his lot into hers and that it
has weakened the foundation of her house and
made it damp. ..
The taking of testimony in the Orphans'
Court in the cases of the heirs of James Mar
shall to recover bank stock pledged by James
.uarMiaii, ur., s luiialciu seuuru; lor. loans
was concluded yesterday. The arguments were
then opened. D. F. Watson and J. H. White
appearing for the plaintiffs, and Marshall
Brown and R. 15. Carnahtn for the defense.
To-day's trial list is as follows in the
Criminal Courts: Commonwealth vs John Mc
Arman and Lindsay Black, John Golden, ct aL
Ida Bishop, Fred Brunner, Dude Clair, etal,
Jerry Downey, George Keizer, Clem Black.
Patrick Cnnningbam, Lena Schillwish.WiUlam
Hastings, William White etal, John Crawford,
Christ Baker, Thomas Graham, John Ander
son, Elmira Asbton, Mary Gallagher.
WAN1ED FIRST-CLASS WHITE MALB
restaurant cook; also girl to wort In
kitchen: none but flrst-cliss need apply. W.J.
WRIGHT. 2 and 4 Masters alley, city. sel2-:2
WANTED-A CATHOLIC MAN OF FAIR
education and abllltv for steady position;
first-class reference or security necessary. Annlv
alters. FANNING 4 GUBBEN, room 3, McCance
WANTED - BRIGHT, ACTIVE, YOUNG
man for bill clerk or assistant bookkeeper;
must be good penman, and accurate In figures.
Address, giving reference, salary expected, etc.,
G. F. A., Dispatch office. sel2-73
WANTED FIRST-CLASS, SOBER PBE
SCRI1TION glass blowers; also a few good
finishers: union wages; steady work; Tare paid;
7Tfu.eD2ll.IVJiar,wnoJrou worked for. CHICAGO
GLASS MFG. CO.. Chicago. aul6-45-D
WANTED-A TRUSTWORTHY MAN OF
good habits, residing outside Pittsburg, to
represent In State old N. Y. house; salarv J70
monthly; references exchanged. 8UPT. MFG.
HOUbg, Lock Box 1610, N . Y. oc7-48-Th
T7OB SALE BLUFF
j' new brick house.
ST.. NEAE COLLEGE.
o -..a. ...1, , ., n
finished basement; all late Improvements; lot 23
1 1n. by 133 ft. ; terms to suit. BOBT. COW
ARD, No. 20 Blua st. acl-87-TT88U
TTIOR SALE-WYL1E AVE.-NEAR DAVIS
JL1 street , 2-story and mansard brick dwelling
7 rooms, bath aud laundry, n. and a. gas; every
thing in first-class condition; lot 23x100. J. C.
REILLY, 77 Diamond st. seS-lll-TTSSu
FOR 8ALE-TEBMS AS EASx AS PAYING
rent.' for S-roomed bouses: price, $2,200, In
Installments of only J25 per month; no otner nay-
ior full information see W. A.
HERHON & SONS, 0 Fourth ave.
FORSALE-t7,O00 MAIN STREET NEAR PENN
avenue, three new brick dwellings. 5 rooms
and finished attic each; inside shutters, slate
rodf. well finished and eomnleti.lv ,.!
a bargain. L. O.
good permanent investment
FOB SALE A GREAT BABGAIN-A FARM
of 500 acres; 100 cleared, balance timber: new
house, barn, etc.: farm well watered; fronts for
one mile on the Potomac river: i,o. 1 situation for
J. a. BBISIOK,
fishing club: price only iOW.
Martinsburg, W. Va.
T7OB SALE-FARM 125 ACRES, 2-STOBY
A- Dries: dwelling 10 rooms. large barn, frnlt.
summer and winter, and price, has not Its equal;
TISH, 410 Grant St., PltUburg, Pa. se7-D
soil, lay of land, location lor
FOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN-AN ELEGANT
new house, 20 minutes' walk from the nost
oulce and close to cable line; nine rooms, bath
rom and laundry, both gases, hot and cold water
tlrougbout, finely finished wide halls, high cell
Itgs, fine slate mantels fancy tUe hearths, fine
ciandellers. electric bells aud all modern conven
iences; delightfully located, with front and back
Sirclies. Apply to JOHN MADDEN, Attorney,
Diamond st. s el 1-8
East End Residences.
POK SALE-WARD ST., OAKLAND, AN
elegant 2-story frame dwelling: 6 rooms and
fitlshcd attic; nat. gas: a very desirable locality:
large lot. J. C. BEILLY, 77 Diamond st.
WANTED-A YOUNG, INDUSTRIOUS SIAN
who can give good references; also lurnish
bond to collect for an Installment house. Apply,
bet. 9 and 10 A. M . to JOHN McKEOWN, No: 653
uiui-uuku aw, cciuuu uuunronu city. seiZ-St
TIJANTED - SEVERAL F
V CHINISTS to run lathes
uriuers; steady ei
men. Apply to
CHINE CO., Twe
is: also 3 evnprlpniert
steady employment to sober. Industrious
to im wnsriflGJiOUSE MA-Twenty-fifth
st, and Liberty ave.
WANTED FIKST-CLASS EXPERIENCED
clothing salesman, no other need apply, to
go to live town of 6, 000 inhabitants, loo miles from
Pittsburg. Appli. between 7 and 8. Thursday
Wl.lllUg, All Ull, AXJDlJlAlkJjgi
good wages to a good man.
FORSALE-S3.700-FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY,
a very handsome frame dwelling oft rooms
on Ward st , Oakland, with gas. water, bath,
etc.: a bargain to quick buyer. BLACK. &
BAIRD, 95 ourth ave. 2D-73 6c8-6D
FOB SALE-BEAD THIS THROUGH, YOU
will find great bargains In real estate on
the Soutbslde. Knoxvllle, Homestead, etc.:
frame bouse, 9 rooms and three-story brick of 3
rooms and basement, corner Twentieth and
Jane streets, (4.SC0: corner Twenty-eighth street
and Fox alley, 2 brick and 2 frame houses, each
containing 4 rooms and attic, 7,600:Nos. 2014 and
2uio omney street, eacn caving o rooms and attic,
only $2,500 each; Breed street, corner Uxor alley,
3 brick houses and 2 rows of frame buildings,
Tnnnthtr Inpntna Sim flit e.Hn nl.na 1.0...
i " - ' .HW...W .w,, .uu ......... fVA VUG,?.
TJ.0C0; frame dwelling. 5 rooms, bead Fifteenth
street, fi,suu: rrame House, 5 rooms, .No. 1708 iter
rtmans street. S1.500; No. 53 South Fifteenth
street, lot 40x80, largo dwelling. Si 800; No. 219
Plane avenue. 'near Mt. Oliver Incline station,
house. 10 rooms, store rooms and large hall, only
H 600: house, 4 rooms with 4 lots, Charles street.
AiioKviue; win sen iois separately or tne entire
place cheap, at 13,350; lots on Carson street, 11.000
each: lots near Twenty-stroud Street Incline,
J300; row or frame houses Third street near Ann
street. Homestead, only 1. 350; beautiful bouse. 7
rooms, 2 acres of laud at Howard station. P.. V.
& C B, B., near Homestead, very cheap, ft 230.
Look at this large fine house, 8 rooms, bay win
dows, etc, with about 1 acre of land, at Industry.
Scott Haven station. P.. McK. 4 Y. B. R fine
location, only Sd, 000: and have lot 50x150, with a
stable near house, cheap, atSSOO; two houses con
taining to rooms, store room, good water, near
Homestead sutlon, both cheap, for (3.500; fine
lot, Carson street, centrally located, S3. 500; frame
bouse, 5 rooms. No. 1709 Joiephine street, 2.000;
elegant house. 8 rooms, all modern improvements,
Carson street, lot 25x120, very low at 11,000. I
bare a great many other properties for sale In al
most any locaUty at bargains and on easy terms.
Apply to O. R. TOUDY. 1721 Carson street, Pltts
burg, Sonthslde, Pa. selO-82
FOB SALE-OAKLAND HOMES MAGNA
6t., near Craft ave.: elegant 2-story and
mansard brick dwellings of 8 rooms; all modern
improved conveniences; invite inspection.
BLACK & BAIUD, 95 Fourth ave. 2D-8I ieS-&)
VJ powder aud pure spices: gifts with goods;
coke workers, miners or mlMmtn can makemouey
In their spare time: special Inducements to per
sons having established trade. YAMASHlltO
TEA CO., 83 Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa.
WANTED -BAD WRITERS AT SMART'S
ECLECTIC SHORTHAND AND BUSI
NESS COLLEGE. 4 SKth st : penmanship, book
keeping, arithmetic, shorthind, typewriting thor
oughly taught for Sjp r mouth: private Instruc
tions for both sexes: open daily 9 a. m. to b p. m.
ANTED - AGENTS - IF DESIRING TO
make money rapidly to take our "Tog
rastenlnir:" nn pTTwrfpncn Mnntn. knw ..ti
themselves at 33c and 50c per pair; they cost vou
Jtpanned HHc nickel plated XHc; Just the thing
forcountvralrs; S10 per day made easily. Send
oe ; for sample (nlckefplated). or 2c stamp for clr
ciilar. SAFE1V TU& FASTENING Co.. 304
FOR SALE-f8,O00-ll PER CENT INVEST
MENT, Broad st , near Negley are., double
brick dwelling 5 rooms each, also four frame
houses In rear, with lot 60x187 to a street: one sqr.
from cable road; terms reasonable. S. W. BLACK
4 CO., 99 Fourth ave. sell-47-WThs
TTIOB SALE-S4 500- OAKLAND DWELLING,
JJ 8 rooms, hall, vestibule, range, bith, luslde
v. c, laundry, etc.: all modern conveniences, on
food 6treet and on line of new cable loop: Is sure
to euhance in value: examine this before you buy.
BLACK & BAIRD, a. Fourth ave. 2D-74 seS-69
FOR SALE-I2.700-GBOSS BTREET, NEAR
Liberty ave. ; three minutes' walk to station;
new rrame dwelling, 5 rooms, finished attic, hall,
vestibule, inside shutters, side entrance, nicely
finished and grained; lot 21x100- ti.ooo cish. bal-
aurecasy payments, ij. u. H11AZ.IX.K. rortr-nftn
and Butler sts.
I TOR 8 VLE-ELLSWOR1H AVENUE, EAST
END, new and substantially built frame
dwelling of. 7 rooms, bath room, laundry, hard
wood finish, slate mantels, frontand back porches,
etc.; lot 63x100, elevated above street; If sold be
fore Oct. 1 this property can be had at a great bar
gain. J. J. HOWLLY, 127 Fourth ave. sel2-92
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-1N THE LIVELIEST TOWN IN
Western Pennsvlvanla the stock and fixtures
of the New York Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
Goods House, located at 135 Fifth avenue. Mc
Keesport, Pa.; can reduce stock to S2.0O0; posses
sion given at once. with a long lease; this Is a rare
chance: no better location In tbe city. Inquire at
135 Firth avenue. McKeesport. F. S. GLBASON.
FOR SALE-FIBST-CLASS BESTAURANTS,
boirdlng bouses, choice cheap grocery stores,
confectioneries, drygoods and notion stores,
furnished bouse for roomers, very profitable large
bakery and confectionery, cigar stores, bakeries,
feed store, milk depot, shoe stores, drug stores,
printing office, good country newspaper office,
butcher shop, aud man v other business chances.
Free particulars. bHEPABD & CO., 54 Fifth ave.
TJiOB SALE-STOREROOM AND DWELLING
X1 on Frankstown ave.; this is the best East End
business location, and very desirable; price I5.9U0.
MELLON BBOIHEBS, 6349 Station St., E. ET
TTTANTED -A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
TV housework, at 446 FORBES AVE. se!2-S3
Vr WORK, at once, at 61 LINCOLN AVE.
A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSF-
WA N T E D - IMMEDIATELY-EXPEKI-mT..
ENChD head waitress at EAST END IIO
TEL; reference required. sel2-2s
Cabinet photos, ?1 per doz. Lies' Pop
nlar Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st. ttsu
Before selecting your wall paper examine
the stock handled by John 8. Eoberts, 414
"Wood street m
See our new neckwear.
James H. Aiken & Co., 100 Fifth Ye.
WANTED-GOOD GIRL FOB GENERAL
Housework; must be good laundress and
v w.. ..., x, v T X.,, A,l LU
"WAT5D;r .ANv. EXPERIENCED sali
.' . .WOMif foenlna and glass business. N one
but those with a knowledge orthe business nctd
?WiVaT.:?E&t1- SiUT11 LAM1' GLASS AND
CHINA CO., 935 Penn ave. se!2-2
ANTED-TO EMPLOY A FEW LADIES,
.h... kon BalarT;, to take charge or my business at
their homes; entirely unobjectionable; light: very
fascinating and healthful: no talking Feniiired.
permanent position: wages Slu per weekTln aa
ancc: good pay fot part time: my references In
clude some ot the best well-known Deonllof Lou-
FOR SALE-S2.600--LIBERTY AVE.. NEAR
Thirty-ninth St., two squares from cable Hue,
new frame dwelling, 5 rooms, finished attic hall,
vestibule. Inside shutteis, slate mantel, side en
trance, etc.: lot 20xlC0 feet to alley: immediate
?osses!on; S1.000 cish, balance long time. L. O.
BAZ1EB, Forty-nTth and Butler sts.
FOR SALE-ONLY KJ00-ON EASY TERMS,
Boquet street, Oakland, a choice new 2-story
and mansird brick dwelling of 8 rooms, hall, ves
tibule. Inside shutters; both Inside w. c. andw. s.,
range, h. and c Mater: slate mantels and tile
hearths; porches front and rear: house nicely
papeTca throughout: this Is on the line orthe new
cable loop; lot !MvlU. BLED B. COYLE A CO.,
.No. 131 1 ounh avenue. sel2-K0
lsvllle. Mn,.nnnM Pif i'.l.. . L-V-cl" ,c ul """.
dressTwlth- sjamp. MBsTmabION WALKER,"
Fourth and Chestnut sts., Louisville, Ky7
W. .,-,.?.'n, nn" P"nule UelD.
ANr?nrSOK AND TW0 CHAMBEB
MAIDS for an Institution, dlnlngroom
girls, cooks, chambermaids, nurses, houseclrls
German and colored girls, drivers, waiters? farm
onto. x. imrarauM, 608 Grant st.
7 minutes from Federal at, Allegheny, on the
West Penn B. K., adjoining Sharpsburg, being
part or tho
WA,SFi,.:H0T? L H?' CHAMBERMAID,
dishwasher, 4 scrub and laundry eirls,
worklmr housekeener. n.r J. ." WIS.
I or ironing; .seamstress, saleslady.' 60 r.mta. 30
ciiamoermalds, waitress. MELHAN'b, 545 Grant
WANTED-TEAC'HERS-THE BOABD OF
School Directors or Ohio township will meet
?t,tiSS0lh.i.?tC ft-i,ntW.0Tnilles romPGlenfleld
station. P., 1 1. W. A (X B. B.. on Friday. Septem
ber 13. at 1 o'clock P. it., to elect five teachers for
schools of said township. W. S. GRUBBS, Sec.
S A I, K HART. a Nil irmrKTFirfTii
WArd , nnln?,nil.iinMn1 h.l.VHniill.
ijig, brooms, bith, . c., hall, laundry, etc,
slate mantels, tile fireplaces and hearths, tine
chandeliers, both gases, city water and house
wired ror electric lights, plate glass windows,
electric bells, good sewerage street paved with
asphaltum and paid for. beautiful shade trees in
rront orhonse, a few mlnntes from cable cars:
price 3,500; a moderate cash payment and bal
ance long time: immediate possession. SAMUEL
Vi. BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth aTe. se6 4-D
FOE SALE ADVANCE BOLLEB MILLS
N ewly refitted to Case system, steam power;
doing No. 1 work: desirably located on B. B.;
plenty of hard wheat at mill door; terms low. Call
or address TAYLOR BROS. & CO., Bogers, Col.
Co- O. au22-67.D
FOB. SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, cfcc
FOR SALE A FINE FAMILY HORSE. PER
FECTLY gentle and handsome; 7 years old.
Apply at No. 80 FOURTH AVENUE. seI2-64-TTS
FOR SALE-ONE DOUBLE BAROUCHE AND
two doctor. buggies, one heavy and the other
light. Inquire at67 WES1' DIAMOND ST.. Al
TIT ASTER'S 8ALE.
In the Court of Common Pleas No. 1 of Alle
Thomas C. Fulton et al, vs. James 8. Arnold
etal. No. 81 September terra, 1889, In equity.
By authority of an order of the Court made
August 10, 1889, in tbe above entitled case, I will
expose tbe following described real estate for
sale at public auction to the highest bidder, viz:
On WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 1S89, atlO
o'clock A. M., on the premises, lot No. 83 in
William Arthur's first plan, beginning on
Arthur street, Pittsburg, Pa., at corner of lot
No. 38, thence along Arthur street 22 feet more
or less to line of lot No. 34, and thence ex.
tending back preserving tbe same width 144
feet to the boundary line of said plan. At U
o'clock A. m., of tbe same day on the premises,
lot No. 117 in Thomas Scott's nln nt Into
bounded by lots No. 118 and 118 and by Scott
street and Cherry alley. fronting24 feet on Scott
street, and running back 100 feet to Cherry
alley, Pittsburg, Pa., having thereon erected
iwo jrame dwelling nouses.
At 12 o'clock noon of the same day. On the
g remises, all that certain lot situate In tbe
ixth ward, Pittsburg, Pa., beginning on the
south side of Fifth avenue, 200 feet 9
inches west of Chestnut street, thence
westwardly along Fifth avenue 61 feet
and 6 inches, and thence southwardly
and parallel with Chestnut street, pre
serving the same width, 112 feet; to Watson
street, having thereon erected a single and a
donble brick dwelling house.
At x o'ciock f. M. oi the same day, on the
premises, half of lot No. 7 In Mark
Watson's plan of lot, beginning at
corner of lot No. 6. on Fourteenth street,
Sontbside. Pittsburg. Pa., tbence along
Fourteenth street southwardly 24 feet to line
of lot No. 8, and tbence extending back east
wardly, preserving the same width, 63 feet 8
fncbes, having thereon erected small brick
At 3 o'clock p. M. of tbe same day, on the
premises, all that certain lot beginning on the
north side of Wharton streot, 108 feet east of
Meadow street, tbence extending in fronton
Wharton street eastwardly 20 feet and In depth
northwardly, nreservinir the same width. I2n
feet, to an alley 24 feet wide, having thereon
erected a small frame dwelling house.
ALSO, ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28,
at the Grant street entrance to the Alle
gheny county Court House, at U o'clock
A. if., all that tract of land, contain
ing SO acres and 103 perches, situ
ate in Green Tree borongh and Scott town
ship, Allegheny county. Pa., bonnded by lands
heirs of Daniel Shawban, Bell's Run: heirs oi
Isaac Radwell and Thomas Steel and William
Hendy, all bnt abont 3 acres of which is
UNDERLAID WITH COAL,
which will be offered separate from the sur
face. Terms of sale 5 per cent at time of sale, one
third on delivery of deed and the balance in
one and two years, securoi by first bond and
mortgage with interest payable semi-annually,
and with 30 day scire facias clanse.
A M. NEEPER, Master,
Room 337. Bakewell Law Building, cor. Grant
and Diamond streets, Pittsburg. Pa.
WILKINS LINHART. Auctioneer. No. 81
Fourth ave., Pittsburg, Pa. an30-27-3rrh
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PARATORY and ceswuKOMl dftjt
ments of Western University. Tbree ooaK.es:
Classical, English and Bosin,inoigHKSsiort
hand and typewriting. Svstaess ami sfcarthanit
classes open to both sexes. Fall term eistjon.
tember 2 at No. 284 North avaaae.. AWthcnr,
Pa. Office hours 9 to 11 a. ar. Call or mt fer
prospectus. LEVI LUDDEN, A. JC. PrtaesesJ.
TWO CHOICE 8CHOOLS
BHORTLIDGE MEDIA ACADEMY ier
young men and boys only.
BROOKE HALL for girls and yesse; tMttes
formation FRDIAY, (19 A. X. to 4p.lt.) tts
SIXTH STREET. PITTSBURG.
1477 STUDENTS LAST YEAH.
Classical. Scientific Ladies' Seminary, Normal,
Musical, Elocutionary. Business College aaU
Shorthand departments. Send foe new cata
logue. Correspondence with young peneas de
siring a better education respectfully solicited.
JAMES CLARK WILLIAMS, A. 1L, Pres't.
Fall session opens September II. Examinations
for admission 'September 10. New buUdisn awl
equipment greatly Increase the faculties Jot In
struction in all departments. Courses is AH
culturt, Chemistry. Botany and HortteaMtre,
Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Bsgteeertog.
and In Ueneral Science and Modern Laaansjet..
Special courses for Ladles. Tuition free JUtr
Scholarships entitle the holders to free room greatl
Forcatalogue or other Information address
THE PRESIDENT, State CoBege, Cesser Ce.. Fa.
TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT fHS
Xl report of viewers on thenenlBfof Wil
liam street., from Bailey avenue to Browns
ville avenue, has been approved byCoaooHs,
which action will be final unless an appeal i
filed in the Court ot Common Pleas wicsia.
ten (10) days from date. E.M.BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PrrrsBCBO. Pam September 4. 1898. s4-89
PriTSBrrHO, Pa. Septembers. 1899.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
XI report ot Viewers on the grading, pa vine
and curbing of Carnegie street, from Fifty
second street toMcCandless street, has bees
approved by Councils, which action will be
final, unless an appeal is filed in tbe Court of
Common Pleas within ten (10) days from date.
se942 Chief oIDep't of Public Works.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at tbe office of City Controller
until FRIDAY, tbe 13th day of September, at 2
p. JL. for the furnishing and delivering ot
twelve (12) flatloads of good straw manure.
Flats to measure not less than 80 f Url8 f t.x3 ft.
(I in. Six (61 flatloads to be delivered at City
Farm larding, Monongahela river. Six (6)
flatloads to be delivered at Negley Run land
ing, Allegheny river.
The Department of Awards reserves tho
right to reject any or all hids.
se9-31 Chief of Department oi Charities.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
JLl renorts of viewers on the opening of Loyal
alley, from Allen street to Beltzhoover avenne:
Allen street, from Washington avenue to Mo
Lain street: Copeland street, from Ellsworth,
avenne 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 taBntler
street, have been approved by Councils, which
action will be final unless an appeal is filed In
the Court of Common Pleas within ten (10)
days from date. E. M. BIGELO W,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PirrSBTJBG, Pa.. September 9, 1889. se9-38
FOR SALE-TWO GOOD HORSES, ONE FINE
saddler aud one suitable for doctor's driving
horse: both 7 vears old. Can be seenatSKEL
TON'SbrABLE, MThlrdave. selO-98-TT
FOR SALE BRIGHT BAY MABE-WITH
black points, 5 years old. 16 hands, trots bet
ter than 4 minutes; qnlet and suitable for family
use. PAUL H. HAOKE, Fifth ave. and Market.
All cell cny Residences.
FOR SALE-S2.3C0 FOR A 7-ROOMED HOUSE
on McClure ive Allegheny, for particulars
see Y. A. HERBON A SONS, No. 80 t ourth
FOR SALE-NO. 36 NIXON ST., SATURDAY,
September 14. at 2 o'clock, at auction, on the
premises, bee EW1NG A BYER3, No S3 Fed
eral st., first floor. sel0-75-TTsu
Lots In sizes and on terms that should suit
anv desiring to secure a borne.
The lay of the ground Is beautiful. Special
inducements offered to first purchasers. See
the representative on the premises or call on
or address yy, a. HEBRON 4 SONS.
se3-60-TTS BO Fourth avenue.
WAH2,YA?D MEN' MAN AND WIFE
for country home, man and wife to tike
charge of a boarding house. 100 Italians and Hun
garians, 40 quarry men. 20 farm hands, carriage
driver, gardener and wife, col. man, work about
gentleman's home. MLKHAN'S, 64S Grant st.
W-Vrvf UmJ?nr EKLY-KEPRESENTA-TIVE,
male or female. In every community;
goods staple: household necessity; sed at sight: no
peddling; saary paid promptlyand cxpen.ei ad
vanced. Full particulars ana valuable sample
case free: we mean Jutt what we say. Address at
once bTANDABD SILVEKWABE.t Boston.
Troit SALE-NO. 146 LOCUST STBEET. ALLE
- GHENY, at auction, Saturday, September
'A at 3 o'clock, on the premises. SceEWING&
Bl EHS, No. 83 Federal street, first floor.
FOB SALE-ALLEGHENY INVESTMENT; 3
twrutnrv Virlnl a nf A rnnmi Hll ,., .
iV1Jr,(l,yrd:rentinf lor f79-1 er year. BAh
TENsi'EUULK & WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth aye.
machinery and Metal.
FOB SALE ENGINES -AND BOILEB3 NETT
and refitted: repalrlngrromptlvittcnded to.
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29
FOR SALE NOW ONE SECOND-HAND
tenoning machine, Z surface planers and 1
shaner, and new andsecond-hand engines. boilers,
lard kettles, tar tanks. Sh'mcn valves, castln its
etc. VELTE A MCDONALD, Thlrtv-second st!
and Penn avc. Iv21-oi-tts
FOR SALE-THE ENTIRE FUBNITURE OF
eleven rooms: suitable fur a hnnrHlni. A.
lodging house; Immediate nossssslon. Inquire at
AUCTION FINE VARrOR AWT)
chamber suits, offlce. library and dlnlntr
mnin fn.nltnt. M4.A,a . .. . 1?T1IT . T
MORNING, Sept. 13. at 10 o'clock at the rooms.
No. 311 Market st. Handsome parlor suits In
silk and crnshed plushes, tapestry, English
rug, brocatelle and haircloth, fancy rocksrs,
walnut, oak and cherry bookcases, cabinats,
center tables and ballracks, French plate mir
rors, rugs, Turkish drngget, brussels and In
grain carpets, shading, llnolenm, curtains and
pictures, chamber suits, chiffoniers, wardrobes,
bureaus, washstands, bedsteads, folding bed,
chairs, rockers, bed lounges, extension tables,
dining chairs, sideboards and desks in walnut,
oak and cherry. Very band'ome solid mahog
any sideboard, with French plate glass, lamps,
clocks, stoves, refrigerators, albums, orna,
roents, kitchen and lanndrv goods, notions,
etc., etc. HENRY AUCTION CO., LIM
And fixtures of Machine shop and Glass Mold
Shop. The undersigned, surviving partner of
the firm of Fram fcBrann. will sellat public sale
on the premises, on FRIDAY, September 13,
1889, at 2 o'clock p. h tbe leasehold of prem
ises No. 69 South Twentieth street, Pittsburg,
together with the machinery and fixtures
thereon nsed in tbe manufacture of molds for
making glass and for tbe general purposes of a
machine shop. Lease runs one year from Oc
tober 1. 18S9. With nrivilptra of thrpn TpiramAM
Machinery and fixtures arenew and in good
condition. Terms of sale cash. This sale offers
a good opportunity to engage in a profitable
business. For further particulars inquire at
the premises. HENRY FRANZ,
selO-iS-TT Surviving Partner.
SEPARATE AND SEALED PROPOSALS
will be received at tbe offlce of the Cltv
Controller until SEPTEMBER 13, 1889. at 2 p.
M., for patting new prison cells in Police Sta
tion Nos. 2 and 3, also for repairing said police)
Plans and specifications can be seen at the
oCSce of the Superintendent of the Bureau of
Bonds in double the amount of bids most ac
company each proposal. Said bonds to be pro
bated before the Mayor or City Clerk.
Tbe Department of Awards reserves tbe)
right to reject any or all bids.
J. O. BROWN,
se4-88 Chief Department Public Safety.
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THB
LN reports of Viewers on the construction o
sewers on Dresden alley, from Stanton avenna
to Fifty-second street; Dithridge street and,
Forbes avenne, from Fifth avenue to a point on
Forbes avenue 800 feet west of Dithridge street;
Atwood street, from Bates street to Louisa,
street; Wrights allev, from South Twenty-third
street to South Twenty-fourth street, and
Howa street, from Ivy street to Aiken avenue,
have been approved by Councils, which action
will be final, unless an appeal Is filed in the)
Court of Common Pleas within (10) ten days
from date. E.M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Dep't of Public Works.
Ptttsbttbo. Pa September. 1889. se9-33
CHAS. SOMERS & CO.,
313 Wood St
Choice and cheap, large and small, ins
proved and unimproved properties;
throughout both cities and suburbs.
Call and see us.
Telephone No. 104Z
No. 55 SECOND AVEN UE.
FOR SALE-PROPERTY PAYING 154 PER
month rent ror only 7,0P0 ir sold quick; No.
214 Lacock st.; lot 21xl0u ft.: well Improved: 2
dwellings. W. A. HERBON A SONS. 89 I ourth
FOR SALE-ONLY 2,300 IF SOLD QUICK
, a5S dwelling: 5 rooms In fine order: lot 40x
i' rt; this Is a great reduction In price, and cheap;
centrally located In Bellevue. P., Ft7 W. A C B.
B. W. A. HERBON A SON S. 80 Fourth aye.
FOR SALE-BY THOS. MCCAFFREY. 3509
.rtIiiu,leiL8t': J!1'850' "K" st, Wllklnsburg.
aii.,nAne Sn5"dcn property and Penn ave., lot
'xi48, new frame house of 4 rooms, stone cellar.
S2.au, No. 5201 Dearborn st,, near new cemetery
gate, lot 24x100, new frame house of 6 rooms and
finished attic; splendid water, well 60 feet deep:
i$ 5?'.n' baLv,t0 euli-, smihos.mccap-
Er, Notary Public and Insurance Agent, 3509
Butler st. Ttf.liH, Offlce open eventngs. se!2-27
PEBSONAL-MALTBY'S OYSTER DEPOT,
late 78 Firtb avenue, removed to 641 Smlth
itcld street; fresh oysters received dally: orders
filled at lowest prices. J. B. HEMMERLE. Mgr.
PERSONAL BOOKS! BOOKSI BOOKSI
New and old, ancient and tcouern. standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30.000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK 8TOBE. 900
Liberty Bt. auS-93
EKSONAL-HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TUBNED; recently they had not been on the
best or terras owing to a little family lar occa
sioned by the wire insisting on being allowed to
renovate hts wearing apparel, and which, or
course, was done In a bungling manner; In order
to prevent the trouble they agreed to send all
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor. 65
Fifth ave., corner Wood st., second floor, and
now everything fs lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns in their household. Telephone 1553.
LOST-A LADY'S LONG CHAIR 14k. GOLD.
weight 30.07 dwts. Finder will be liberally
rewarded by returning same to SAM F. BIFF. 43
Fifth ave., second floor. , 4 sel2-33
"VTOTICE TO HOUSE BUILDERS
JLi Sealed proposals will be received by the
undersigned until MONDAY, September 80, at
4 p. M.. for the erection of a hose house and
police station, to he erected for tbe Borongh of
McKeesport, on Market street. Flans and
specifications for tbe same can be seen at the
offlce of the Borongh Clerk, First National
bank building. The Council reserves the right
to reiect anv or all nroDosals. nvnvnv
BOSSART, Clerk. seI096-TTS
The Pennsylvania R atlboad Company, T
Office 233 South Fotjeth Street, J
, Phil ADELpniA. September 7. 1889.
QEALED PROPOSALS ADDRESSED TO
kj tbe undersigned (and marked on the out
side "Proposals"), will be received atthfs offlce
uuui o a. ja. ar.rxsumaxuaio,uiBS), Iorlurnlsh
mgall labor and materials and erectingcomplete
above foundations at Walls station on the Pitts
burg division, P. R. R.:
(1) A brick semi-circular repair shop, 433 feet
(2) A brick offlce bnlldlng, 30x40 feet, and
JK? A Iirick PaintShop, 20x84 feet, togethsr
with five frame buildings, inclosed and covered
with corrugated iron, the latter comprising a
total of about 27,200 square feet.
Proposals to state price for each of the above
Plansand specifications .can be seen atthfs
office. Room 18. Annex, and. at offlce of J. T.
BSa,rt' AMltant Engineer, Walls station.
This company reserves the right to reject
any or all bids. WM. n. BROWN.
seS-oO-TTSu Chief Engineer.
To close up estate of Alexander Negley,' de
ceased, I offer about 11 acres land situate be
tween Neeley and Hlland aves., adjoining resi
dences of Colonel Anderson, Alex Dempster
and others. Nineteenth ward, Pittsburg; and
adjoining recent purchase of Messrs. Magee,
Flinn and Stewart. This land all fronts oa
streets already laid out, and Is in a flrst-clasa
neighborhood, which is building up rapidly.
Will be sold as a whole or In blocks to suit
Also, lot corner Penn and Negley aveslOSx
HENRY H. NEGLEY,
CORNER SANDUSKY AND LACOCKSTSL,
Or residence, NEGLEY AVE, Pittsburg.
J. A. JACOBS,
98 Fourth avenue,
nl&57-TTS Pittsburg. Pa.
' 1 - v-v-vivittiijiB, oci4.i 1 xiuiiiivc. eccuuauows seiZ-Od I
SPECIAL SALE OF WATCHES, CLOCKS.
Jewelry and silverware till Oct. L to make
room for fall stock; solid gold stick pins 60o nn.
eta, all other goods marked down equally as
cheaDr2Srep cent off on all silverware (hollow),
at WILSON'S. 81 Fourth ave., Pntsbnrg!
Watch, clock and Jewelry repairing a specialty.
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