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TANNER IS INDORSED.
local Grand Army Men Are With the
Gallant Corporal Every Time.
MAJOR DEKKISTOS CONSERVATIVE.
The Teterans Think the Commissioner Has
Been Badlj Treated.
niS GOOD CAMPAIGN WOKE SET ASIDE
The resignation of Corporal Tanner as
Commissioner of Pensions, and which, as
intimated by the telegraphic dispatches, has
been a forced one. owing to the differences
between Secretary Xoble and the valiant
Corporal, has occasioned considerable com
ment amonc the veterans of Pittsburg. Some
condemn Corporal Tanner's lack of discre
tion, while others are outspoken in proclaim
ing that because he fearlessly supported the
rights of old soldiers it was thought he be
came distasteful to the generation which has
risen since the close of the war.
Major Joseph F. Denniston said: "I dis
agree with some of the 'boys' on this sub
ject as well as some others. I think there
was fault on both sides. Commissioner Tan
ner was, in my opinion, indiscreet. He is
one of those men who stir up a hornet's nest
for the purpose of hearing the buzzing,
when he could just as well step over it and
save the trouble. He has not shown the
discretion he should have done in conduct
ing the business of the office. He might
have cone quietly about it and done all the
work he has without attracting attention by
loud speeches, but his big, warm Irish heart
ana impulsiveness drew the fire of his ene
mies before he accomplished what he had
, SOT TKAXSGKESSED TH.E LATT.
"From what I know of him and what he
said to me at the Milwaukee Encampment
I think he has not in any sense transgressed
the law, nor compromised the old soldiers.
Still, there is a conservative element in the
Grand Army wnich looks below the 'hur
rah,' aud believes in quiet, effective work
done in a manner not to make it an object
of too much public attention and consequent
chance for fault-finding.
"With regard to Warner's possible suc
cession to the office, from what I know of
him I think he would make an excellent
man for the place."
Major A. P. Burchfield "I think Tanner
has been a good deal imposed upon. If the
Government or Congress does not wish to
live up to the present pension laws, it had
better say so or else make new ones. There
are some things that told against Tanner,
for instance the rerating of the men in his
own office and Senator Manderson, of Ne
braska. They were in no particular hurry,
and plenty of poor fellows were lying in
soldiers' homes or far worse places in abso
lute need and fully as much entitled to con
sideration as the men who are in good posi
tions. They did the same duty and needed
the increase more. He chose a bad time for
considering the other cases, but that is all.
I have every confidence, however, in Tan
ner's integrity and good taitb, and think he
has been badly treated."
HE IS WITH TASSEK.
Captain Crosby Gray I'm with Tanner;
I can't go back on the corporal. I think
some ot the people who are considering the
pensions ought to take into account the
frights the Jellows got even before they were
wounded, and the consequent wear and tear
on their systems. I'm with Tanner every
Out of some 25 others seen the sentiment
of the rank aud file was said to be entirely
with Tanner. One said: "It is a square
backdown of the Administration from the
position taken belore the national election
on the plattorm of either party relative to
the soldier. Why Tauner got nearly enough
Democratic soldier votes in Indiana to turn
the State through his work. The Democratic
soldier votes of New York, which were won
over for the soldier candidate of President,
might have made New York an awkward
fight if cast with their influence on the other
side. The big dogs may be against Tanner
through jealousy, but 'the boys' are with
him. He never did or said a thing since
he took office that he had not alreadv pro
claimed on the stump. It is jnst a case of
Deiore and alter election, mat is all.
The general view of Warner, as taken by
the boys, is that he is a good soldier and an
able man, but he is a politician, and has not
got the "hurrah," which, so essential in war
days, appears to have fallen into disnse in
the piping times of peace.
POOE HOESES AT JOHXSTOWtf.
Acent O'Brien Will Investigate nnd Some
Arrests Mot Follow.
Agent Samuel O'Brien, of the Humane
Society, will go to Johnstown to-day to in
vestigate the condition of the horses in that
unfortunate town. Complaints have been
sent to Agent O'Brien representing that
many of the horses used there are in a very
bad condition. It seems that persons own
ing poor horses have taken them to Johns
town from'all the towns in "Western Pennsyl
vania, and have found ready use for them.
Among others, many colored men in Pitts
burg, who were the possessors of what are us
ually called "crow-baits, "took their animals
to Johnstown. They are reported to be bony
creatures, scarcely fitted even for a super-
puoKpiinie jaciory. j.i tne iacts are discov
ered to be as bad as the reports indicate
Agent O'Brien will make a number of
Whether on pleasure bent or business, should
take on every trip a bottle ot Svrup of Figs, as
it acts most pleasantly and effectually rn the
kidneys, liver and bowels, preventing fevers,
headaches and other forms of sickness. For
sale in 60c and Jl bottles by aU leading druc
gists. The School Renew.
The attention of school principals and
teachers is called to the September number
of the Review, which is now ready. The
Eeview is a monthly publication unequaled
as supplementary reading in the schoo'ls and
of iuestimable value to both pupils and
With the current number the Eeview be
cins its seventh year. It is brighter and
better than ever before, containing stories
and sketches for both old and young by the
most accomplished writers in the countrv.
It is now used in nearly all the city schoo'ls
and many other schools throughout the
country as supplementary reading, and it re
ceives nothing but commendations wherever
it goes. The subscription to single sub
scribers is 75 cents per year and 50 cents to
school children. Orders sent to Percv F.
Smith, publisher, 55 Virgin alley, P'itts
hurg. Sample copies sent free on application.
SPECIAL EXCURSION" TO THE
Tcemer-Gnndanr Knee, nt McKeesport,
The B. & O. K. It. will sell excursion
tickets at rate of 70 cents for the round trip,
for special train leaving Pittsburg at 2:30
p. M. to-day, returning after the race.
The entries for the free-for-all trot or pace
races ot the Washington Fair, to be held
September 17, 18, 19 and 20, are not filled,
and 2:38 trot and 2:35 pace is substituted.
Entries will be received until Saturday,
September 14. 1S89, at 11 o'clock p. si. Ad
dress A. P. Happer, Secretary, "Washington
Fair, Washington, Pa.
Fbidat and Saturday, greatest bargain
dars ever known, also Saturday night.
Enable & Shuster,
35 Fifth avenue.
Geo. H. Bennett & Beo., 135 First
avenue, Pittsburg, are tbe largest holders of
jure rye whisky in the city.
CAPTAIN REES DEAD.
After a Lingering Illness Be Expired Yea
tcrdnj He Was nn Old Citizen and
Prominent In the Iron Business.
Captain James Bees died at his home in
the East End yesterday morning. His
death was not unexpected, hut it was re
ceived with general sorrow in the city.
The Cantain was born in Wales Decern
ber 25, 1820, and was 09 years old when he
died. "When he was 7 years old he came to
America, and lived in Pittsburg most of
his life. He leaves a large iamily to mourn
James Eees was one of Pittsburg's prom
inent citizens. He came to Pittsburg and
entered into partnership with Henry Carter
in the spring of 1850. Mr. Eees has been
closely identified with Pittsburg's rise and
progress. His first business venture with
Mr. Carter was in the nut and bolt trade.
In 1856 he disposed of his interest in this
foundry, and associated himself with
Charles Knapp, of the Fort Pitt foundry.
The firm carried on their business together
until the fall of 1857. when J. "W. Butler
entered into paitnership with them, and the
firm was known as Knapp, Carter & Co.
In later years Mr. Eees separated himself
from the nut and bolt trade, and opened an
engine shop, known as the "Dnquesne
Engine 'Works," on Fourth street and Dn
One of the most conspicuous achievements
of Mr. Eees was the construction of the first
steel-plate steamboat in the United States.
This vessel was the Francesco Montoya,
and was built in 1878 tor the Magdalena
Steam Navigation Company, of South
The boat was 150 feet long, 30 feet beam
and 3 feet in the hold.
It was supposed that the vessel would be
a failure because it was made of steel plates.
A very prevalent opinion existed at the
time that the steel being so hard would snap
if a vessel touched a suae or a rock. Mr.
Eees had unflinching confidence that the
steel would stand better than iron. His con
fidence has been fully sustained.
The firm also built, in 1879, the Victoria,
157 feet long; Eobert Calisto, 110 feet long,
and the Comuta, 130 feet long.
These boats were all shipped to their desti
nations in pieces. A couple of skilled men
always went to superintend their reconstruc
tion. In social life Mr. Eees was well and
favorably known; he numbered among his
friends the leading citizens of both cities.
His death will be mourned by an extensive
circle of acquaintances.
Nearly every steamboat in the harbor had
it flag rigged at halt mast yesterday in re
spect to the dead engine builder. Mr. Eees
was well known by rivermen, he having
been the constructor of the motive machinery
for many of the Ohio river vessels.
Do you want a fine piano? If you do
the Everett Club or Co-operative System
offers the following inducements, if you wish
to pay cash. By becoming a member you
will save $75 in the price of the piano and
get it at once. If you cannot spare the cash
you can get your piano any time, on pay
ments of $25 cash and 2 50 per week, no
interest; and still save $75 in the price. If
you cannot pay so fast, by waiting until
your number is drawn you will get your
piano on payments ot 51 per week, no inter
est, and save $75 in the regular price to our
retail trade. Think of this! Our club is
composed of 350 members, each paying $1
per week. Thus you see the members are
buying for cash, and one piano is delivered
to the member whose number is drawn each
week, until all are supplied, or, if one-half
of the members take their pianos and pay
$2 50 per week, we deliver"twice the num
ber, and get double the amount of cash each
week, and it leaves only one-half the num
ber to be drawn on the $1 weekly payments.
It is a simple business problem. We are
saving our members the difference in price
by contracting for 350 pianos at one time,
and on a cash basis. We have now enough
members to guarantee the success of this
plan, and have derided to begin delivering
the pianos on Saturday, September 21. Do
not wait, hut apply for membership at
once. Call and see the piano, or send for
circular. Alex. Boss, Manager,
137 Federal st, Allegheny, Pa.
To Norfolk, Fortress Monroe nnd Virginia
On Thursday, September 19. Special train
will leave Baltimore and Ohio Eailroad
depot at 8 A. M., arriving in Washington at
6 Y M.; leave Washington City at 630 p.m.
arriving at Fortress Monroe, Norfolk and
Virginia Beach the next morning early
Eate $10 for the round trip, tickets good for
ten days. Charming ride down the Poto
mac river and Chesapeake Bay. For full
particulars inquire of or address E. D.
Smith, division passenger agent, corner of
Fifth avenue and Wood street, Pittsburg.
An Item of Interest.
Jot it down in your note book, and it
you're around our store to-morrow come in
and ask for this advertised bargain. We
have now on hand a line ot elegant imported
vicuna cheviot overcoats, tail weight. They
are lined throughout with a heavy ribbed
silk, have satin sleeve linings, and are fin
ished equal to the finest custom tailoring
work. The price of these overcoat: should
be between $25 aud $30, bnt we are going to
use them as the greatest advertisement we
ever had, and shall sell them at the low
price of $8, $8, $8. Come and get one at
the P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond
sts., opp. the new Court House.
Perfectly Beantlfnl The New Wool Henri
46 inches wide, all the latest colorings, at
$1 35 a yard we have lower grades also.
Jos. Hokne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Kid gloves! Kid gloves! at the great sale.
Hosiery and underwear at the bargain sale;
special prices for Friday and Saturday, also
Knable & Shdsteb,
35 Filth avenue.
A nice line of brilliant cut glass in
Ice cream sets, Claret sets,
Water sets, Water bottles,
Flower globes, Ice tubs, etc., etc,
Suitable for wedding presents, at Hardy &
Hayes', 529 Smithfield st.
One of the finest displays at the Exposi
tion Is that of Max Klein, the"SilverAge"
Axii the best stocked bars keep Frauen
heim & Vilsack's celebrated Pilsner beer on
draught. Ask for it, or order it direct.
Captain James Itees.
THE FAMOUS MODEL
Of the Fast City of Paris Will be Ex
hibited at the Exposition.
IT COST JUST $10,000 TO MAKE IT.
Manager Johnston Sounds a Note of Warn
ing About Season Tickets.
ADMITTIKG SCHOOL CHILDREN PEEE
The famous model of the City of Paris,
that cost $10,000, will be placed on exhibi
tion in the Exposition to-day. The Inman
Line prize the model very highly, and they
have consigned it to the care of Captain J.
J. McCormick. the steamship agent In
fact it was through the efforts of the genial
Captain that the company consented to
place it on exhibition. The model is 13 feet
long and made proportionately, so that it is
a perfect image of the fastest boat on the
The tide in Exposition affairs is certainly
looking toward success, as the steady stream
of humanity that poured through the gates
yesterday goes to show. There was a great
number of excursionists present, and on the
whole the entire attendance was made up of
the best looking and apparently most well-to-do
and intelligent people of the commu
nities from which they came.
ALL KINDS OF PEOPLE GO.
The mechanic was there yesterday, with a
keen eye upon exhibits in Machinery Hall,
that conveyed to him a hint from which the
world of invention may reap some benefit.
Then there was the fashionable woman and
the working girl; the man of business and
the day laborer.
A quiet little inquiry has been going on
lately in Exposition affairs, and in a talk
with Manager Johnston yesterday," the re
sult of this inquiry was learned
"The management," said he. "have ascer
tained the names of parties who are known
to have transferred their season books for
the use of others. Now this is a direct vio
lation of the conditions upon which these
books have been issned. The names of the
people are known to us. All season book
tickets must be signed by the parties to
whom they were issued, and they will not
be honored' at the door unless they are so
THE ORDER IS PEREMrTORT.
"Holders will please take notice that this
order is peremptory, and they will be re
fused admission unless they are signed by
the names of the parties to whom they are
issued. If this is not done orders are given
that the books be taken up and admission
relnsed. It seems to be the aim of some par
ties to beat the show if possible, and the
management is becoming very tired of it.
Nothing has been said or done so far, but in
the future trouble will ensue if the matter is
The board have nnder consideration the
matter of admitting school children free. It
is still under advisement as it is an affair
that requires considerable thought as to its
manner of handling. In all probability it
will be done by admitting one or more
schools at a time in order not to have too
many children present at once. If the
board decides favorably upon the subject, it
will depend entirely upon the conduct of
the children, how long the courtesy will
The programme to be rendered this after
noon by the Great Western band at the Ex
position is as follows:
PART L 2 O'CLOCK.
L March et Cortege "La Reine de Haoa"
2. Medley selection "Plantation Gems"
3. Gavotte "Jov of the Heart" Fischer
4. Quadrille "CJjansonetten" Sahan
5. Galop "Champagne" Diller
TABT 2. 1 O'CLOCK.
L Overtnre "Soldiers' Joy" Carl
2. Waltz "Postilion" Farb-ch
3. Concert piece "A Morning Dream". .Bonier
4. Patrol 'The Darkies" Lansing
6. Quickstep "Nadjy" Arr. by Moses
A BEGGARLY CONTRIBUTION'.
Druggists in Five States Give $100 to
Help Brethren nt Johnstown.
The fact that four druggists in Johnstown
were practically ruined by the flood, led to
the issuance of an appeal to the retail drug
trade of the country by John W. Miller, of
Allegheny, President of the State Phar
maceutical Association, and E.J. McElwee,
a prominent member of the National Phar
On the 27th of July 2,000 postal cards
were sent out to tbe retail druggists ot
Pennsylvania, Ohio and Maryland, On,
the 12th of August 1,000 more cards were
dispatched to all quarters. The cards bore
a modest request for contributions of any
amount from 50 cents up, and Messrs.
Miller and McElwee hoped to realize at
least $1,000 for the stricken Johnstonians.
The books were closed yesterday, and the
contribution, after paying necessary ex
penses, was sent in equal amounts to the
four Johnstown druggists. Mr. Miller
showed the list of contributors to a reporter
last evening. It is certainly astounding
that such an amount shonld have been con
tributed. The sura total is just $174 79.
Pennsylvania sent 583 80; Maryland, 575 98;
Ohio, 13 01; Illinois, 51, and Kansas, 51.
There was just 5100 realized after expenses
A Lancaster man wrote three weeks ago
to find out how the fund was progressing.
He was informed, and afterward sent the
following laconic letter:
Mr. John W. Miller:
I'm shocked. Upon inquiry I find that I am
shocked 10 worth. Inclosed please find check.
AN OTER-LADEN WAREHOUSE.
Courtiers Was rimriled by the Fall or n
The village of Chartiers was startled
night before last by the crash caused by the
breaking down of the first floor of J. & H.
Schmid's feed and flour warehouse on Main
street. It was built on piles to keep it out
of water when the river rises, and the firm
had gotten a consignment of grain, etc.,
larger than usual. About 100 tons had been
stored on the floor when the joistsave wav.
There were several .more carloads to come,
and it was fortunate that they had not been
housed or the wreck would have been
greater. Fortunately the cracking of the
timbers gave timely warning to the people
in the building and all escaped uninjured.
A part of the building is occupied by J.
M. Curry's undertaking establishment and
shared in the wreck, the floors now standing
at an angle of about 30 degrees. The dam
age is estimated at 52,000.
STRUCK WITH A CHAIR LEG.
Marion McGonder Seems to Have a Tonga
Time With a Colored .Man.
Marion McGonder, white, alleges her hus
band, Joseph McGonder. colored, struck
her with a chairleg, inflicting a danger
ous wound. This is the third information
that the woman has made against her hus
band before Alderman Warner. She has
laid information against him before everv
Alderman in the city except Alderman
Use "Una" flour finest spring patent in
the world. "Golden Wedding" the best of
bread flours. "Duquesne" has no equal as
a pastry flour. Homing's "Ivory," gem of
all family flours.
For sale, 2,000,000 good No. 1 building
brick delivered at Pittsburg; or along line
of Allegheny Valley K. E. Address S. S.
Lindsay, Creighton, Pa. wrsu
The most eminent physicians recommend
Klein' Silver Age as a pure stimulant.
THE BIVALVES IN DEMAND.
Tho Oyster Season In Fall Blast In Pitts
burg Facts About tbe Mollusks An
This week sees the annual commencement
of the oyster season in full blast Although
the old saying is that the first "r" month
finds the luscious bivalve an edible rticle,
there are very many consumers who prefer
to wait till the middle of September before
they rticulate to the restaurant waiter,
"Oysters on the half shell," or any other
Advertisements for oyster openers indi
cate that the demand for the unrivaled
mollusk has now become general. The
oyster opener sui generis is almost as odd a
fish as those he opens. Where he spends
the off months is always a mystery, even to
his intimates. But just at the time he is
wanted to play the Paul Pry act on the.
festive bivalve shell he appears on the scene
with the dirty white apron and the usual
It seems remarkable, when one notes the
skill required to place the knife at the
oyster's weakest point for oysters, like
Achilles, have a vulnerable part and open
the shell with a quick jerk without allowing
any dirt to fall on the oyster, that oyster
openers receive only 512 to 515 per week,
with the daily hours of 11 a. m. to 11 p. M.,
sometimes later. There is an extra recom
nense for Sunday labor, but very few of the
Pittsburg restaurants serve oysters on Sun
day. An oysterman, who is starting a new oys-ter-bayin
the center of the city, said yester
day: "An oyster-opener of good judgment
can be every' valuable man to his employer.
All the shell oysters pass through his
hands, and as he opens each ovster he is the
sole judge of its fitness for service upon the
half shell. When an oyster is too small or
is injured in opening, it is washed and
thrown into the 'stew' bowl. Concerning
stew;, they are nearly always composed of
'tub oysters,' this term meaning that the
oysters were opened in the East and sent on
ready for use. Very few stews are made of
"The aristocratic taste is for oysters
opened on the spot, with the shell served up
as a guarantee of bona fide quality. I
know one restaurateur in New York who
made a fortune by serving up 'tub' oysters
in artfully prepared style on shells fresh
ened up for each order, and charging tbe
customary half-shell price. He has retired
now from business, but relates gleefully
how for several seasons a certain Wall
street millionaire was served with the same
shelh over and over. The thing became so
common that when the millionaire hove in
sight at lunchtime the order went forth:
'Bring Mr. Squeezem's shells.' There are
tricks in all trades, you know."
Shrewsbury, New York Sounds, Eock
aways, Little Neck Clams and Blue Points
seem to be the favorite bivalves of the
epicurean Pittsburger. Prices are about
the same as last season.
CORNER STONE LAID.
The Sbadyslde Presbyterian Church Form
ally Commenced Rev. Drs. Kumler and
The corner stone of the new Shadyside
Presbyterian church, which is located on
Amberson avenue, was laid, yesterday after
noon with appropriate services. A very
large number of the members of the congre
gation were present. The ceremonies were
opened with prayer by Eev. J. P. Kumler,
after which Dr. Kumler delivered a short
address, telling of the beauties of the new
temple and the mission it had in the
world. Eev. W. J. Holland then offered
the dedicatory prayer, and after a hymn by
the choir the box was placed in position,
and the corner stone, which bears the figures
1889, was lowered into position.
The box contained 'documents taken from
the corner stone of the old church, religious
newspapers,Pittsburg daily papers.historical
sketch of the Shadyside church, together
with the names of the Superintendent and
teachers in the Sabbath school.
The new church will be a model of beauty
when finished. The plans were drawn by
Messrs. Shipley, Eutan & Coolidge, and
are of Eomanesque style. The walls are to
be of Beaver county sandstone, dressed
with Lougmeadow brown stone. The in
terior plan of the church conforms with the
Latin cross, in the cornersof which galleries
can be erected. There will be three en
trances, one nn Amberson avenue and two
on Westminster street. The entire building
when completed will cost 5100,000.
The congregation is still without a pastor,
the committee into whose hands the matter
was placed having as yet made no selection.
PROGRESS OP THE WORK.
Two Large Blocks of Granite Unloaded for
tbe New Fostofflce.
Some very heavy work is being done just
now at the Federal building. There were
unloaded from the Baltimore and Ohio cars
yesterday and hauled to the building two
immense blocks of. Maine granite, which
weigh ten tons each. They are to be hoisted
to the top of the building, on the Smithfield
front, and will require the most powerful
derrick apparatus that can be rigged.
Workmen were engaged yesterday in tak
ing into the structure a large iron girder,
which weighs 12 tons. It was built by tbe
Pennsylvania Construction Company, and
is a gigantic piece of iron work. It is to be
hoisted to-day to the top story over the
south entrance, where it will be put in
place as the basis of one of the towers.
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 brought to my
attention where it afforded prompt and entire
An Item of Interest.
Jot it down in your note book, aud if
you're around our store to-morrow come in
and ask for this advertised bargain. We
have now on hand a line of elegant imported
vicuna cheviot overcoats, fall weight. They
are lined throughout with a heavy ribbed
silk, have satin sleeve linings, and are fin
ished equal to the finest custom tailoring
work. The price of these overcoats should
be between 525 and 30, but we are going to
use them as the greatest advertisement we
ever bad, and shall sell them at the iow
price of 58, ?8r 58. Come and get one at
the P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond
sts., opp. the new Court House.
Plush remnants, plush bargains; velvet
remnants, velvet bargains, at great bargain
sale, Friday and Saturday, also Saturday
ENABLE & SlHJSTER,
35 Fifth avenue.
To neglect the hair is to lose youth and come
liness. Save it with Parker's Hair Balsam.
Parker's Ginger Tonic cures inward pain.
But absolute truth. If you require a stimu
lant use'Klein's Silver Age Eye"; only 51 50
per full quart. mwf
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.
On the beach, with unsurpassed ocean view.
Salt-water baths in house.
E. KOBERTB fc SONS.
A. WH1TELEY. ,
128K THIRD AVE., UPSTAIRa
Gents' shoes soled and heeled in 15 minutes
for 75 cents.
Finest work in the city. au2330J.WJ"
SI AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE,
9-Display advertisements one dollar per
square for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, etc., ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken for less than fifty lents.
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 ad vertisements will
be received up to G P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to bo prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with THE DIS
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 35o0 Bntler street.
EMU, a. STUCKEY. Wth street and Penn ave.
E. G. 8TUCKEY iCO., Wylle ave. and Fnltonit.
N'. faTOKELY. Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER & SHEIBLER,Sthav. A Alwood It.
JACOB SPOIIN. No. 2 Carson street.
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAEBCHEK, 69 Federal street.
H. J. McBRIDE, Federal and Ohio street.
FEED H. EGGE113. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS & SON, Ohio and Chestnnt sts.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Westernand Irwin ares.
O. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Be aver ayes.
i'ERKYM. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny avei.
JVVW. FLOCKER. Stationer, No. 4 Grant ave.
TI7-ANIED-A GOOD, STOUT BOY AT COOKE
V A QO. '3, 4 Ninth St. sel3-78
TIT ANTED SIX fSI CARPENTERS: COR.
V Fourth ave. and Smithfield et. BOOTH &
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS RETOUCHER.
Apply at HENDRICKS & CO.'S, 68 Federal
St., Allegheny. sel3-70
TTTANTED-FIRST-CLASS PLUMBER. AP-
f t ri,Y JAMES LAWLKR ft CO., 6014 Penn
ave.. East End.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED FARM
hand. Inquire STALL 72 AND 74. Alle
gheny Market. seH-84
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS COATMAKER;
steady work; married man preferred. P.
SEEFORD, Nlles, O. e7-82
WANTED TWO EXPERIENCED PULLERS;
steady work: references required. Ad
dress C. C, Dispatch office. sell-17
WANTED-IMMEDIATELY. 4 GOOD CAR
PENTERS. Inquire OMT.H. FRITZ. No.
6100 Bond street, Ea6t End. city. scW-47
TITA N T E D BTON ECUTTERS. DERRICK
TV men and skilled laboring men to work on
Smlthfleld street bridge. J. FRIDAY. sel2-5
WANTEU-AT ONCE-ON HARRISON AVE.,
Ureensburir. Pa.. 4 good curb stone setten.
THUS. MCCAFFREY. Branch Asent. sel3-75
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS BOOKKEEPER;
none other need apply; best of references
required. Address Y, Dispatch office. sel3-54
"TTTANTED - A BREADBAKER TO TAKE
T V charge in shop; to a good man good wages
will be paid. Address BAKER, Dispatch office.
WANTED-A GENTLEMAN TO ACT AS AD
VANCE agent for lecturer; reference re
-VTTANTEJ) RESIDENT SALESMAN BY
T V wholesale tea house; only tnose now selling
the trade need apply. Addresj P. & A., 113 South
Front St., Philadelphia, Pa. sel3-45
TTJANTED ACTIVE SOLICITORS AC
VV QUA1NTED with the milk business: must
be of good appearance and furnish best of refer
ences. Address D. C, Dispatch office. sel61
WANTED-INDUSTRIOUS CATHOLIC MAN
not nnder 25, of systematic business ability,
for a position of trnst. Apply with reference.
after9. M, F. FANNING, office 3, No. 5 Seventh
yrr ANTED-. BRIGHT, ACTIVE, young
Vr man for hill 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 PRE
SCRIPTION glass blowers; also a few good
finishers; union wages; steady work; fare paid;
write fully; say who vou worked for. CHICAGO
GLASS MFG. CO.. Chicago. aalO-45-D
WANTED DRUG CLERK - THE RIGHT
young man, with from one to three years'
experience, can find Immediate and permanent
emptovment by calling on or addressing J. A.
PATTERSON, Washington. Pa. se!3-83
WANTED-A GOOD HAT SALESMAN:
must be young and active: would prefer
one with experience, but no objection to one who
has been In furnishing, trimming or drygoods
store. J. G. BENNETT & CO., cor. Wood st. and
Fifth ave. sel3-S7
WANTED BARBERS FOR CITY AND
country situations. Also all barbers to un
derstand distinctly that we are not tho proprietors
of any barber shop, nor do we Intend to oppose
our patrons In their legitimate business by becom
ing sucn. as we devote our time and attention ex
clusively to tbe manufacture aud sale of chairs
and birbers' supplies generally. ROSS W.
BLACK, No. 80 Diamond street. The largest
manufacturer ofand dealer in barbers' supplies.
Not the successor of any firm. Twelve years In
the present location. No. 80 Diamond street, three
doors above Smlthfleld street, Pittsburg. All the
le.idlng barber-shops and first-class hotels are
supplied by us. No scab labor employed nor any
o-cent shops furnished with supplies at anv price.
A cordial Invitation Is extended to all barbers to
call and examine our stork and be convinced as to
quality, quantity and price. sea-3C-MWF
Illalo and 1'einn.le Heln.
TTTANTED-AT BERNARDI'S. 1302 CARSON
V 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. bell-25-WF
TTTANTED-2YARD MEN, MAN AND WIFE
Y ror country home, man and wife to take
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 borne. MEEUAN'S, 545 Grant st.
TJANTF.D "5 WEEKLY-REPRESENTA-
V TIVE, male or female. In every community;
goods staple: household necessity: sell at sight; no
peddling; salary paid promptly, and expenses ad
lanced. Full particulars and valuable sample
case free; we mean Just what we say. Address at
once STANDARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston,
WANTED-S1TUATION-BY A GOOD TOOL
dresser or machine blacksmith; good refer
ence. Address BLACKSMITH, Dispatch office.
Booms. Booses, Etc.
T7ANTED SMALL CONFECTIONERY,
TV cigar, stationery, notion O" millinery store,
with living rooms. In business part of Pittsburg
X uutr, no iourtn ave.
TTTANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
iV ERTY. over S4,0; per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER&CO., 92Fourth avenue.
WANTEP-MOKTGAGES WE CAN LOAN
o3COtoS500.no on mortgages: 4(, 5 and 8 per
ceut. JAS.W. DRAPE & CO.. 129 Fourth ave
nue, Pittsburg. sel3-56-D
WAN TED -MORTG AG ES-1. 000, 000 TO LOAN
In large and small amounts at 4M. 5 and 6
per cent, irec 01 state tax; nu ueiay. .nx.E.1; o.
COYLE& CO., 131 fourth ave.
TTTANTED-TO LOAN S500,OtiQ; IN AMOUNTS
V of S3, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on Ai percent, free of tax; also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK & BAIRD,
95 iourtli avenue.
"VTTANTED MORTGAGES SI. 000, COOTO LOAN
TV on city and suburban properties at 4K Sand
oj'rcenu ana on larms 111 Auegucuj auu nuja-
cent counties at 6 per cent.
SON, 103 Fourth avenue.
"TTTANTED-TO LOAN S20O,0O0 ON MORT-
V GAt.ES;(100 and upward at 6 per cent;
5500, 000 at 4K per cent on residences or business
li.wur.iy; m&u 111 uujuiuuiK wuuuh, u. ..
SOU. 123 Fourth avenue.
TrTANTEO-HIGlIEST SPOT CASH PRICES
T V paid for second-hand furniture, carpets aud
household goods of all kinds. 12U PENN A"VE
WANTED-PUPILS FRENCH LESSONS,
by a French gentleman (M. A., B. S.. LL.
D.. Paris); terms moderate. Address PROFES
SOR, Dispatch office. sel3-41
WANTED-EVERYBODY TO SEND THEIR
furniture needing upholstering, repairing
and rcflnlshing to HAUGH 4 KEENAN, 33 and
34 Water st. 'Phone 162S. aul4
WANTED-A LOCATION NEAR 10,BUT
outside the city, for manufacturing a
specialty. Address. with particulars, SPECIALTY
Jm, UlSpakCU U1UIC OCll-tMJ
-TT7-AMED TOSTARTACL"B OF 42 MEM
11 BERS to secure a fine golu watch for each
one In the club at f 1 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX SOL and I will call and snow you the watch.
TT7-ANTED-PERSONS 10 KNOW THAT BY
t T agreeing to pay II per week you can get
possession of fine gold or silver watches, clocks.
Jewelry, diamonds, silverware, etc. J. MlrSCH,
130 1 ederal st., Allegheny, Pa. se!2-MWTHu
XtTANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO-
TV TOGRAPHER, 96 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal 6treet, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at 31 50 per
dOZn' ntintna if.lU.r.H whn nmmlMili fmtin.
taneoua process. Btfil3-63
. J l.MRi,.tXMiMP.
FOR SALE-IMPHOVED HEAL ESTATE.
OB BALE-S. S. INVESTMENT; 2 FKAM1
nouses fuewi renting for sooo ner year, witn
room to build 3 more on rear of lot: will be sold at
a figure that will make them pay handsomely.
BALTENSPERGEB & WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth
ave. . sell-31-wr
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN-AN ELEGANT
new house, 20 minutes' walk rrom tbe post
office and close-to cable, line: sine rooms, bath
room nd laundry, both gases, hot and cold water
throughout, finely finished wide balls, high ceil
ings, fine slate mantels, fancy tile hearths, fine
chandeliers, electric bells and all modern conven
iences; delightfully located, with front and back
aorchei. Apply to JOHN MADDEN, Attorney,
I Diamond st. seU-8
Eaat End Residences.
on triangular lot. 115 feet front on Hastings
street. Point Breeze: handy to cable and P. R. RT;
price 2,600. MELLON BROTHERS, 6349 Sta
tion St., E. E. EeS-119-ur
FOR SALE -(99) GOOD INVESTMENT: 3
frame dwellings renting for S52S per year;
only 6 minutes rrom East Liberty station and
cable cars : only w. ouo: reasonable terms. SAM
UEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE A LARGE 8-ROOMED. MAN
SARD root: frame residence on Grazier at.,
Dallas, on a lot 48x135 feet: house newly painted,
with fineporches and shrubbery: price, 14,200, on
time. MELLON BROTHERS, WO Station St.. K.
T7OK SALE-OAKLAND AVE.. 8-ROOM MAN
X' SARD brick, with bath, lauudry, h. and c.
water. Inside w. c. slate mantels and all modern
conveniences: lot24xim. cor. of street, extending
to alley. BAM'L W. BLACK & CO., S9 Fourth
OR SALE-A HANDSOME S-ROOMED BRICK
house beautifully lneated an O'Hara street
(which Is opened from Fifth to Ellsworth ave.),
near Fifth ave.; complete sewerage: price only
S3, 000. Forplans and terms see V. A. HEBRON
SONS, so fourth ave. , se5--5,7,10,l3,17
SALE-ELLSWORTH AVENUE. EAST
A' END. new and substantially
END, new and substantially built frame
dwelling or 7 rooms, bathroom, laundry, nara
wood finish, slate mantels, front and back porches,
etc.: lot 63x2u0. elevated above street; a bargain
to quick buyer. J. J. HO WLEY, 127 Fourth are.
FOR SALE-ELLHWORTH AVENUE, EAST
END, new and" substantially built frame
dwelling of 7 rooms, bath room, laundry, hard
wood finish, slate mantels, front and backporches,
etc.; lot 63x200, elevated above street; If sold be
fore Oct. 1 this property can be had at a great bar
gain. J.J. HO WLEY, 127 Fourth ave. s2-92
offered to any desiring to purchase a home
In the cboleest location in Oakland, as very lib
eral terms can be made In the purchase of the re
maining bouses on Forbes street and Coltart
square; 9 and 13 rooms, well built, elegantly
finished, fine surroundings, quick transit, only 15
minutes from postoffice by cable line. For terms,
prices and plans see W. A. HEBRON 4 SONS, 60
Fourth avenue. se4-64-MWr
FO H S A L E-OAKLAND, FOURTEENTH
ward, a new 2-story and mansard brick dwell
ing, 8 rooms, bath, w. c, hall, laundry, etc,
slate mantels, tile fireplaces and hearths, line
chandeliers, both gases, city water and house
wired for electric lights, plate glass windows,
electric bells, good sewerage, street paved with
asphaltum and paid for, beautiful sbade trees In
front of house, a few minutes from cable cars:
price 8,500; a moderate cash payment and bal
ance long time: Immediate possession. SAMUEL
AV. BLACK A CO., 89 Fourth ave. seS-4-D
FIELD ST.near Beaver ave.. Allegheny. For
full Information see W. A. HERROtT A SONS,
N o. 80 Fourth ave. seS-99-10, 13, 16, 18
FOR SALE-IRWIN AVE., ALLEGHENY. A
2-story and attic dwelling gf 11 rioms, bath,
w. c, marble mantels, both gases, laundry and
all modern conveniences: good stable aud carriage
house, large lot: this Is one of the most desirable
places facing tbe parks and very reasonable price
and terms. For further particulars call on
BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 2B-U0.
FOR BALE-BY THOS. MCCAFFREY. 3509
Butler st.: 11.630, on Ross St., M'llklnsburg,
adjoining Snowden property and Penn ave., lot
3l)jixl43, new frame house of 4 rooms, stone cellar,
etc.: possession at once; (1,000 cash, bal. to suit.
2,250, No. 5201 Dearborn st,, near new cemetery
Sate, lot 24x100, new frame house of 5 rooms and
nlshed attic; splendid water, well CO feet deep;
H or H cash, bal. to snlt. See THOS. MCCAF
FREY. Notary Public and Insurance Agent, 3509
Bntler st. Tel. H314. Office open evenings. se!2-27
FOR SALE LOTS.
East End Lots.
FOR BALE A FEW CHOICE BUILDING
lots on Fifth ave., near Craft are., Oakland,
at 110 per foot front. BLACK & BAIRD. 95
Fourth ave. seJ3-51-13,ll,17,19,2.23,25,27,30
FOR SALE-EAST END LOTS-W50 AND f50n,
desirably located, and within reach of P. R.
R. and Fifth aye. cable road, commanding a
magnlflcentvlew: easy terms. BLACK & BAIRD,
85 Fourth ave. 3A-210C.
se8-72-9,ll, 13,17,19, 31,23. 25, 27,30
FOB SALE LOTS. SIZE 40X120 FEET TO
sewered alley. 20 feet wide; near South in
land ave.. East Liberty: only two minutes' to ca
ble cars; flnestlocatlona lor residence: the price
cannot be duplicated In tbe East End. MELLON
BROS., East End, or JOHN F. BAXTER, 512
Smithfield street. sc8-103-tuf
FOR SALE-A PIECE OF GROUND ABOUT
2 acres. In the East End, Mulford aye., near
'Urushton ave., about three minutes' .walk from
Brusbton station, to be sold at public sale for ac
count of whom It may concern on Monday after
noon, September 16, at 3:30 o'clock, on the
premises. Terms from JAS. W. DRAPE A CO.,
Agents and Auctioneers, 129 Fourth ave.. Pitts
FOR SALE-EMSWOBTH BUILDING LOTS,
00x100 feet. 400 and 500 each; these are bar
gains and will not standlong, BLACK & BAIRD,
95 Fourth ave. 2H-6S se4-57-D
of3 acres and 10 acres of ground at "Oak
Grove," Young station, between Parnassus and
Valley Camp, A. V. B. R., next Thursday after
noon, Septembers, at 3 o'clock, on thepremlses;
free tickets by express train at 2 o'clock from Un
ion station: tickets and plans at our office. JAS.
W. DRAPE A CO., Agents and Auctioneers, 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. sei:-l-D
FOR SALE-FARM 125 ACHES, 2-STORY
brick dwelling 10 rooms, large barn, fruit,
shrubbery, springs; soli, lay of land, location lor
summer and winter, and price, bal not Its equal;
excellent location for physician. ED. WIT
TISU. 410 Grant St., Pittsburg, Pa. se7-D
FOR SALE-BEAD THIS THROUGH, YOU
will find great bargains In real estate on
the Southside. Knowilte. Homestead, etc.:
frame house, 9 rooms and three-story brick of 2
rooms and basement, corner Twentieth and
Jane streets, S4.5C0: corner Twenty-eighth street
and Fox alley, 2 brick and 2 frame houses, each
containing 4 rooms and attic, 7,500; N05. 2014 and
2U16 Sidney street, each having 6 rooms and attic,
only 2,500 each; Breed street, corner Uxor alley,
3 brick houses and 2 rows of frame buildings,
monthly Income S101, the entire place cheap,
3,000; frame dwelling, 5 rooms, head Fifteenth
street, 1,800; frame house, 5 rooms. Ho. 1708 Mer
rimans street, 1.500; No. 53 South Fiiteenth
street, Jot 40x80, large dwelling, 2,800; No. 219
Plane awnue, near Mt. Oliver Incline station,
house, 10 rooms, store rooms and large ball, only
1,500; house, 4 rourasrltli 4 lots, Charles street,
Knoxvllle: will sell lots separately or the entire
place cheap, at 3,330; lots on Carson street, 1.000
eacht'lots near Twenty-second Street Incline,
300; row of frame houses Third street, near Ann
street. Homestead, only 1.3o0; beautiful bouse. 7
rooms, 2 acres of land at Howard station. P.. V.
C. R. R., near Homestead, very cheap. JI.25J.
Look at thin large fine house, 8 rooms, bay win
dows, etc, with about 1 acre of land, at Industry,
Scott naven station. P.. McK. & Y. R. It., tine
location, only SJL00O: and have lot 50x150. with a
stable near bouse, cheap, atfGOO; two houses con
taining 16 rooms, store room, good water, near
Homestead station, both cheap, for 3,500; fine
lot, Carson street, centrally located, 5.500; frame
house, 5 rooms. No. 1709 Josephine street, 2,000;
elegant house. Brooms, all modern Improvements.
Carson street, lot 25x120, very low at (l.ono. I
have a great many other properties for sale In al
most any locality at bargains and on easy terms.
Apply to O. R. TOUDY. 1721 Carson street. Pltts
burg, Southside, Pa, selO-82
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
EOR SALE-ONE OF THE MOST PROSPER
OUS Job printing offices In the citv: only
1,000: good resons for selling. Sl'EVEisON'S
Aucaux, 100 inn aye. ecis-k:
FOR SALE-DRUGSTORE. DOING A LARGE
and prosperous retail business: best located
store In Pittsburg; continued ill-health of the
proprietor only reason for selling. Address, with
real name, etc., P. O. BOX 928, Pittsburg. Pa.
FOR SALE-1N THE LIVELIEST TOWN IN
Western Pennsylvania the stock and fixtures
of the New York Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
Goods House, located at 135 Filth avenue. Mc
Keesport. Pa.; can reduce stock to2.000; posses
sion given at onccwlth a long lease; this Is a rare
chance; no better location In the city. Inquire at
135 Fifth avenue. McKeesport. F. .S. GLEA&ON.
FOR SALE-FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANTS,
boardlng4iouses. choice cheap croccry stores,
confectioneries, drygoods and notion stores,
furnished house for roomers, very profitable large
bakery and confectionery, cigar stores, bakeries,
feed store, milk depot, shoe stores, drug stores,
printing office, good eonntry newspaper office,
butcher shop, and manv other business chances.
Free particulars. SHEPARD & CO., 54 Flub ave
FOR SALE-COR. ROSS AND FIRST AVE.;
cheap: lot JUX70 leet. with buildings. W. A.
HERRON & SON 8. 80 Fourth a e. sc5-7-Tup
I7IOR SALE-STOREROOM AND DWELLING
? on Frankstown ave. : this is the best East End
business location, and yerr desirable; price Sj, 900.
MELLON BROTHERS, 6349 Station St., E. K
FOR SALE-ADVANCE ROLLER M1LLS
Newly refitted to Case system, steam power;
doing No. ,1 work: desirably located on R. R.;
plenty of hard wheat at mill door; terms low. Call
or address TAYLOR BROS, ft CO., Rogers, Col.
Co.. O. au22-67-D
FOR SALE-TWO-STORY BRICK BTORE AND
dwelling on Frankstown avenue. East End,
near East Liberty station; a good business loca
tion for sale low; by order of the executor and
guardian of the estate. C. H. LOVE. 93 Fourth
FOBSALE-PBOMINENT CORNEE PROP
ERTY nn'Wylie avenue; Urge lot and rood,
building st less than value to settle np an estate:
we will sell for less than the city valuation. whWh
is a low one and much less than tbe property Is
worth. If applied for at once. C. H. LOVE, 93
Fourth avenue. sell-19-wrssa
FOB SALE LARGE LOT IN FIRST WABD,
.Containing about 5,000 square feet: well
suited lor a manufacturing plant or for warehouse
Eurposes: terms very easy If desired. C. H.
OVE. 93 Fourth avenue. sell-46-vfTgn
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock. tc
.XTIOrc SALE BRIGHT BAY MARE WITH
J black points, 5 years old. 16 hands, trots bet
ter than 4 mlnntes; quiet and suitable for family
nse. PAUL H. HACKE, Fifth are. and Market.
Machinery and Metals.
TCTOB SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
JL' and refitted: repairing promptly attended to.
below Suspension bridge Allegheny, Pa. aulD-29
FOB SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles kept In stock, from
4 to 100 h. p.; all refitted: good as new, at lowest
rices; mounted portable engines, 8 to 25 b. p.
1-25 Park way. J . B. Y O UN O, Allegheny, Pa.
FOE SALE - HOISTING ENGINES, NEW
and second band; wire and manllla rope, der
rick and fittings, hoisting tubs and ears, clay and
ore pans, engines, boilers and machinery.
THOMAS CABLIN'S SONS, Lacock and Sandusky
sts,, Allegheny. au5-l7-uwv
TTIOR 8 ALE-THE ENTIRE FURNITURE OF
JJ eleven rooms: suitable for a boarding or
lodglnghouse: immediate Dossesslon. inquire at
No. 658ECOND AVENUE. se!2-99
EBSOrJAli-ilALTBY'S OYSTER DEPOT,
late 76 Fifth avenue, removed to 641 Smith-
field street; fresh oysters received dally; orders
filled at lowest prices. J. B. HEMJ1EKLE, Mgr.
PER8 0NAL-BOOK81 BOOKS 1 BOOKS!
New and old, ancient and icoueru. standard
and rare?legaL medical and scientific 30, 000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 900
Liberty st. , au3-B8,
PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURNED; recently they had not been on the
best of terms owing to a little family ar occa
sioned by tbe wife insisting on being allowed' to
renovate his wearing apparel, and which, of
course, was done In a bungling manner; In order
to prevent the tronble they agreed to send all
tbelrwork hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor. 65
Firth ave.. corner Wood st., second floor, aud
now everything Is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns In their household. Telephone 1558.
"The undersigned, by order of the Orphans'
Court of Allegheny County, Trill expose to
OS THE PREM3BE3.
. ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER M, 1889,
At 11:30 o'clock A. M.
The coal underlying all that certain tract of
land of the late Gilbert Trnmbo, deceased, sit
uate in Jefferson Township, in said County of
Allegheny, containing abont
60 ACRES OF COAL.
The said coal adjoins lands of O'Neil & Co
Trnmbo, Fierce and others, and is located
within abont a mile of tbe B. 4 O. Railroad,
and within two miles of tbeMononirahela river.
Tbe advantages for taking ont said coal are
good, having a pit alreadv opened.
TERMS OF 8ALE.-
One-thira cash on delivery of deed and bal
ance in one and two years, with Interest, paya
ble annually, to be secured by close bond and
mortgage on the premises sold.
JOSEPH PIERCE, Administrator.
J. F. EDMUNDSON.
selI-61-WF Attorney, 91 Diamond St.
AT AUCTION FINE PARLOR AND
chamber snits, office, library and dining
room furniture, carpets, organ, etc, FRIDAY
MORNING, Sept. 13. at 10 o'clock at the rooms.
No. 311 'Market st. Handsome parlor salts in
silk and crashed plashes, tapestry, English
rag, brocatelie and haircloth, fancy rockers,
walnut, oak and cherry bookcases, cabinets,
center tables and hallracks, French plate mir
rors, rugs, Turkish drugget, brussels and in
grain carpets, shading, linolenm. curtains and
Elctnres, chamber suits, chiffoniers, wardrobes,
ureaus, wasbstands, bedsteads, folding bed.
chairs, rockers, bed lounges, extension tables,
dining chairs, sideboards and desks in walnut,
oak and cherry. Very handsome solid mahog
any sideboard, with French plate glass, lamps,
clocks, stoves, refrigerators, albums, oma,
tnents, kitchen and lanndrv goods, notions,
etc, etc HENRY AUCTION CO., LIM
135 Eureka street, near East street. Allentown,
SATURDAY, September 14, 1889, at
1 p. M., on ibe premises.
A good new three-story and mansard brick
dwelling of eight rooms, hall, vestibule, hard
wood mantels, natural gas, city water; lot Mr,
150 feet. Positive sale. On terms.
BLACK & BAIRD.
seS-73-MWFS 95 Fourth avenue.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
1M 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 nnless an appeal is
filed in tbe Court ot Common Pleas within
ten (10) days from date. E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Public Works,
PlTTSBUBO. Pa, September 4, 1889. se4-S9
Pittsburg, Pa, September 9. 1889.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
.Ll report of Viewers on the grading, paving
and curbing of Carnegie street, from Fifty
second street to McCandless street, has been
approved by Councils, which action will be
final, nnless an appeal is filed in the Court of
Common Fleas within ten (10) oavs from date.
se9-32 Chief of Dep't of Public Works.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at tbe office of City Controller
until FRIDAY, the 13th day of September, at 2
p. 31.. for tbe furnishing and delivering of
twelve (12) flatloads of good straw manure.
Flats to measure not less than 80 ft.xl6 ft.x3 ft.
e in. Six (6) flatloads to be delivered at City
Farm landing, Monongahela river. Six (S)
flatloads to be delivered at Negley Rnn land
ing, Allegheny river.
Tbe Department of Awards reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
R. C. ELLIOT,
se9-ol Chief of Department of Charities.
VTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
LN reports of Viewers on the opening of Loyal
alley, from Allen street to Beltzhooyer avenue:
Allen street, from Washington avenno to lie
Lain street: Copeland street, from Ellsworth
avenue to Walnnt street; Mahogany alley, from
Essex alley to Lanrel street: Walter street,
from Washington avenno to Lillian street, and
Home street, from Plnmmer street to Butler
street, have bee approved by Councils, which
action will be final nnless an appeal is filed la
the Court of Common Pleas within ten (10)
days from date. E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PITTSBURG, PA. September 9, 1889. se9-32
SEPARATE AND SEALED PROPOSALS
will be received at the office 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 he seen at the
office of the Superintendent of the Bureau of
Bonds In double the amount of bids mnst ac
company each proposal. Said bonds to be pro
bated before tbe Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves tho
right to reject any or all bids.
J. O. BROWN.
sei-83 Chief Department Public Safety.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
lv reports of Viewers on the construction of
sewers on Dresden alley, from Stanton avenue
to Fifty-second street; Dithridge street and
Forbes avenue, from Fittb avenue to a point on
Forbes avenue 300 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
Howe street, from Ivy street to Aiken avenne,
have been approved by Councils, which action
will be final, unless an appeal is filed in tbe
Court of Common Pleas within (10) ten days
from date. E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Dep't of Public Works.
Pittsburg. Pa.. September). I8S9. se932
WOOD MANTELS CEILINGS
Manufacturers and Importers of Flno Furni
ture, Curtains and Ornaments.
Designs and estimates submitted for complete
TRYMBY, HUNT 4 CO..
1219 and 1221 Market St,
1 l '
tc: real fK.30 per moat
ON, No. SB oarth are.
AHrSBear iteouieaees. -f '
TV l4bL M UlilUfl Olt, AiiUXtVOUIJ-WnfV
6-rooia brick bowe; water, gas. etc.; saatt
f3 a month: no water rest. L M. FEMIKMjEft
BON. No. 1S fourth ave. tet-
TO LET-2-STOBY BKIOK HOCSK. WK
mansard roof, containing 9 rooms, ball. Urge
attlo, bathroom, etc.: yard back and front: all jk
best condition: particulars atpresfees. STj'kJ.
MONT ST., Allegheny. seH-iT
fTIO LET-ELEGANTLY FURNISHED HOU3B. l
rooms, finished attic, w. c batfcroom, both kind '
of gas: will be rented to responsible person frosa J
October u 1869, to Asm 1, MB0. Address L. B. X
Leader offlee. sell-6-wr '
Asartmeats. , . '
TO LET-A NICK PARLOR, CHTNUT 1NB
Maria sts. r famished or usferBlshod: low
rent. 1. il. l'ENNOCK SON, 18 Ifoarts are.
IOLET-SM SMITHFIELD ST., WITH BIME-
ui&ii. possession. j. a. i.uvi.si iowh
fTIO LET LARGE S-STOKY BRICK' WAHE
X HOUSE with law elevators; central Idea
tion ; suitable for storage purposes or carriage
laciory; xweiltn street near union shob. ab.
rtOX, UEIiLUN BUN'S BANJV.51I -
Id st. e-l6ocvfT
OMces. Desk Boon, dec
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING, 75, 77 and 7 Diamond street, two of tea
roomiest and best-IIjtbted offlces to be seaaa In tae
city; rent, S200and faeo per annum. laeta44BT elee
trie lights. Janitor service and steam beatlBtr.
Apply between 10 x. M. and 1 r. M., or betweea
rrW LET-STOKE OB OFFICE ROOM, WITH
JL large vault, suitable for insurant oflce or
similar business, in Germanls ttevlags Bask: '
building. No. 419 Wood street: room formerly oc
cupied by George Belneman as saloon, and bow ? -temporarily
occupied by the Americas Express
Co.: IMs two steps below grade, making a arst-js'
chus basement. Inquire at THE HANK.
leSt-88-D ' .
SpeclaL , ,-
TO LET-AT 15 PER MO. A COMPLETE' J
honseof 8roomsreaU or send for list. W. ,
A. HEKKON & SONS. 80 Ifourth avenue. . , ,
seS-96-XWT H 'y
LOST-ON LIBEBTY OK FOURTH AVBB...'
pair gold spectacles, two sights. The Under. -
win oe rewaraea oy leaving tne same at wax &
TLESASHEAFEE'S JEWELKY STOKE, No. JT t
Irllth ave. seU-56
23, 18SS, there were lost or stoles from tbe
United States registered mall poach for St. Louis, .
between Plttsbnrg and Indianapolis, 31 Alexander
county. Illinois, bonds, numbers 73, 79, 80, 89, S8.
SI, 92, 03, 94. 93. SO. 66, 7, 68. 89, 70, 71. 72, 7J. 71.
"75. 76. 77, 73. 79. SO, SI. 82. B2, 84. 85. 86. S7. 88. wits,
a lot of past dne coupons attached. These bonds
were addressed to A. J. Well Co. Tbe above re
ward will be paid and no questions asked for the
return of the bonds and coupons, or yl.060 reward,
will be paid for positive proof that the bonss have
been destroyed. Address all communications to ,
A. J. WEIL A CO.. St. Lonls. Mo. selS-64-irwy
OFFICE OF FIDELITY TITLE AND TRUST
COMPANY, 121 AND 123 FOUKTH AVENUE.
ESTATE OF WILLIAM MCAFEE. DECEASED
Notice Is hereby given that letters or ad
ministration on the estate of William McAfee, de
ceased, late of Allegheny City. Pa., nave been,
granted to the undersigned, to whom all persons
indebted to said estate are requested to make Im
mediate payment, and those having claims or de
mands against the same will make them knowa
FIDELITY TITLE AN D TRUST CO..
DAVID Q. EWING, Attorney. selJ-oS-l-
JOHN H. KERR, 89 Diamond street.
QTATE OF PENNSYLVANIA, COUNTY
O of Allegheny, ss. In tbe Court of Common
Pleas No. 2. No. 31 April term, 1SS7. John.Mc
Keag vs. tbe Ironworkers & Mechanics' Build
inc and Loan Association. And now, July 31,
1889,on motion the Conrt appoints John H- Kerr.
EsqAnditor.to report distribution of the fund,
in hands of Receiver. By the Court. From the
Record. JOHN BRADLEY,
The Auditor will meet all parties Interested
for tbe nnrpose of his appointment at his office.
No. 89 Diamond street, Plttsbnrg, Pa., on
THURSDAY, September 28. 1889. at 2 o'clock;
p. 3L, when and wnere, all claims mnst he pre
sented and proved. JOHN H. KfcRR,
ST. GEORGE'S HALL FOR BOYS AND
young men, St. Georje's. Md, near Balti
more, Prof. J. C. Kinear, A. M., Principal. Col
lege or business. Unsurpassed in advantages,.
comfon and situation. $200 to $275 a year.
T ONG VIEW, BROOKVTLLE, PA.,
A Church School for Girls, will reopen SEP-:
TEMBER 11, 18S9. For catalogue apply toA
Rev. JOHN G. MULHOLLAND, LliD,
RS. REBECCA BOARDMAN.
TEACHER OF ELOCUTION.
806 PENN AVE.. PITTSBURG.
Business hours from 3 till 6 P. ac se3-93-TnTS
CHOOL OF DESIGN, PENN BUILDING,
Penn ave.,above Seventh st The fall terra
will open on Monday, Sect. IS, 18KV: classes in
drawing and painting from the cast and from
life: special class on Baturday. A. W. HEN
DERSON. PrincipaL seI-3-3TwT
SHADYSIDE ACADEMY SCHOOL YEAR
begins September 18. Examinations for
admission will be held Wednesday morning,
18tb. at 10 o'clock.
For farther information apply to Prof. W. B,.
CRABBE, Principal, Shadyside. sel3-IC-D.
TWO CHOICE SCHOOLS
SHORTLIDGE MEDIA ACADEMY for
younj; men and boys only.
BROOKE HALLaforgirU and young ladies
Address 8WITHIN C. SHORTLIDGE, A. M.
(Harvard cradoate). Media, Pa or call on E.
WALKER. Monongahela House, for full in
formation FRdIAY, (10a. h. to 4 P.M.) this
W. J. SCANLAN.
In MYLES AROON.
September 16 Alvin, Joslin In "One of tha
Old Stock." sel2
GRAND OPERA HOUSE-TO-NIGHT.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
September 16 Denman Thompson's "Old
ARRIS THEATER EVERY AFTER
NOON and evening.
Week September 16.
WOMAN AGAINST WOMAN. seS-D
TTARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
To-night, Matinees, Tnesday, Thursday and'
ENGiJSH FOLLY CO. se9
rriHE NEW WORLD'S MUSEUM
I Allegheny City.
This week the great
32 in number, all artists. Next, Big -Eliza,.,
weight 900. se8-5-D
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. 1012.
mo LET-OFFICES TO RENT
to SUPERINTENDENT OF THE
A E. LlNKENHElMER,
545 Smithfield street. Pittsburg, Pa. Freihelt
Frennd Building, second flgor. jniatso-x wt