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"JWvfrgg?' DISPXTCT" '"WJEDNESDYf ' SEPTEMBEEPj8F 1U3893
LYON IS DOUBTFUL.
.The U. S. District Attorney Advises
Architect Jlalone Not to Sue.
GRADES AT THE KEW POSTOPFICE.
2io Ordinances Can be Found Committing
the City to the Work.
THE SIGNS OF WAR SLOWLY DISSOLTE
TTuder the date of September 14, United
States District Attorney Lyon has irritten
to M. L. Malone, the architect in charge of
the Government building, giving the re
sults of his investigation into the legal
questions connected with the grade of the
streets about the building. Mr. Lyon says
that he had prepared a bill of equity asking
for an order restraining the Central Pas
senger Railway Company from completing
its track on Fourth avenue, from Smith
field to Grant street The bill is ready tor
filing, and a temporary injunction could
doubtless be obtained, but Mr. Lyon ex
presses grave doubts whether it could be
sustained when the company would ask for
its dissolution, which it probably would do
without delay. Mr. Lyon says that he has
looked through the municipal statutes and
has been unable to find au ordinance
changing the grades on Fourth and Third
avenues and Cherry alley to the, lower level
demanded by the situation of the Federal
building. He is satisfied that such an
ordinance was not enacted. "While the faith
of the city may be pledged to cause the
grades to be lowered before the building is
completed, that has nothing to do with the
Central Passenger Kailway Company. It is
an issue between the city of Pittsburg and
the Federal Government. Mr. Lyon leaves
the question in Mr. Malone's hands, being
willing to file the bill if Mr. Mahone de
sires. WILL XOT SUE.
Superintendent Malone said yesterday:
"I will not ask for the filing of the bill. It
would do us no good to stop work on the
road forashoit time only. "We could not
effect anything by that. It might do the
company considerable harm and cost it a
good of money, but it would be enabledto
complete its road finally, as Mr. Lyon in
dicates. I do not care to worry the company
to no good effect. In the talks I have had
with George I. "Whitney, the President of
the company, he has expressed entire will
ingness to comply with whatever regulations
the city may in the future establish, and
has said that the company will not oppose
the enactment of an ordinance by Councils,
when it comes up. Chief Bigelow has also
satisfied me of his desire to assist iu the
securing of the proper grade when the condi
tion ot the work in his department will per
mit it. I think he will help to get an
ordinance through Councils.
"There can be no doubt that the faith of
the city is pledged to lower the grade of
these streets. I believe that Councils will
pass an ordinance to that effect. The people
ot Pittsburg compose the city.
TIIEIB MORAL OBLIGATION.
"The people of Pittsburg, through their
representatives in Councils, do not appre
ciate the work which the Government is do
ing here, and to carry out their moral obliga
tion to the Government, there would then
arise the question, what action shall the
Government take against the city? I hope
and believe that such an emergency will
The workmen of the Central Passenger
Eailway ComDany yesterday morning pro
ceeded to the completion of the tracks along
Fourth avenue beside the Government
building. The stone-grinding apparatus
was drawn from below Smitbfield street to
the vicinity of Grant street, and the work
;of filling in around the ontside of the cable
-conduit proceeded rapidly. By 6 o'clock
almost half of the block had been gone
ore2i ---- .-.., ., .
George L "Whitney, President ofthecSm
pany, said that as there was no ordinance in
effect establishing a lower grade, it had been
decided to complete the road on the present
'grade as rapidly as possible. He added:
"When there is anything done we will have
to conform to any grade that is made."
DO YOU WANT A FIXE PIAKOf
The Everett Club or Co-Operntive 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. Ifyoucinnot spare the
cash you can get your piano any time, on
payment of S25 cash and S2 CO per week,
no interest, and still save 575 in the price.
If you cannot pay so fast, by waiting
until your number is drawn you will get
your piano on payments of SI per week, no
interest, and save S75 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 lor 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 lake their
pianos and pay 2 50 per week, we deliver
twice the number, and Ret double the
amount of cash each week, and it leaves
only one-half the number to be drawn on the
51 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 decided to
begin delivering the pianos on Saturday,
September 21. Do not wait, but apply for
membership at once. Call and see the
piano, or send for circular.
Alex. Boss, Manager,
137 Federal st. Allegheny, Pa.
That Cozy Little Cottneo in the Gallery.
The talk of the two cities, in fact the ex
pression of all who have had the pleasure of
seeing it, is that it is byall means the hand
somest exhibit ever shown west of the
mountains. While there are far more costly
shows on exhibition, they do not seem to
"catch on." They seem to be too rich for
the average person's blood, hence are passed
with that quiet expression, "You can look
but you musn't touch." No so with the
"little cottage in the gallery." There
everything seems so inviting, and too, only
common-place goods, not at all above what
any young couple might aspire to. You
certainly will miss a treat if von do not
visit this unique exhibit of Hopper Bros. &
Co. Mr. Hopper claims that every piece
on exhibition was taken from his ware
rooms, 307 Wood street.
Newly Married Couples t
Making preparations for housekeeping do
not forget that Dreydoppel soap is a very
important article to have. The finest and
best for all purposes that soau can be used
for. Benders clothes beautilully white,
gweet and healthful to wear. Full pound
bars, 8c per pound, at grocers everywhere.
EXCCR-IOX TO CHICAGO
September 26, Via the P. & W. Ry.
fn Runtpmlipr fi iht Pitted..-.- -..J -tr
Vm w,r-w- --. uu -. oMuuif; aim r ext
ern Eailway will sell excursion tickets to
Chicago troni Pittsburg, Butler, New Cas
tle, Pa., and intermediate stations, good un
til October 6, lor ?9. Dsa
"Use "Una" flour finest spring patent in
the world. "Golden "Wedding" the best of
(.Moil flntlK. Dlinf1Pn" line tin .nl .-
bread flours. "Duquesne" has no equal as
a pastry flour. .
all family flours.
flour. Homing's "Ivory," gem of
Highest prices paid for ladies' or
gents' cast-off clothing at De Haan'S Big
6, "Wylie ave. Call or send by mail, wsu
Sick headache cured in 15 minutes by
using according to directions Fred. Brown's
Ginger. Get the genuine at your druggists.
POLITICS BACK OF IT.
Why Allegheny Select Conncll Defeated a
Resolution In Record to Mayor Fenr
non'a Tenure of Office Lively Dlacns
lon. At a special meeting of Allegheny Select
Council last night the Common Council
resolution asking for an opinion from the
City Solicitor as to whether the Mayor's
term expires in 1890 or 1891, was called up.
Mr. Schad moved to indefinitely postpone,
because he believed Councils had nothing
to do with the Mayoralty. Mr. Lare
thought it would do no harm, and the peo
ple should know.
Mr. Wertheimer said he had no doubt
that Mayor Pearson thought he was elected
tor four years, and if anyone wants to run
lor Mayor let him do so and then fight the
present Mayor for the office. An opinion
wouldn't settle it anyhow.
Mr. Kennedy said the opinion would
have no weight. He hoped that there
would be no election next February, one
reason being that within the next year
the city would be changed in class and
the people's idea of who should be Mayor
might be changed. There was a power of
politics back of this resolution. It wouldbe
but an entering wedge and the next thing
would be to have Councils to order a man
damus to be asked for.
The ayes and noes were called and Mr,
Schad's motion to indefinitely postpone was
carried. The vote stood:
Ayes Messrs. Cochran, Einstein, Hannan,
Hartman, Henricks, Kennedy, Lahngh, Mc
Afee, Oler, Kaltblein, Schad, Bpeer, Wert
heimer and President Lindsay 14,
Noes Messrs. LangbutT Lare, Loew.
Muehlbronner, Snaman and Walther 8.
Alter some explanations the ordinance
grauting the contract for erecting an elec
tric light plant to the Westinghouse Elec
tric Company for $141,158 was passed.
A resolution for issuing $25,000 worth of
bonds to improve Monument Hill was
Mr. Muehlbronner called up the resolu
tion providing for the construction of board
walks in the rural districts, over which the
members fought at the last meeting. Presi
dent Lindsay renewed his ruling that the
resolution was out of order, as it was illegal
and conflicted with an act of Assembly.
Mr. Kennedy moved that the City Sol icitor
be asked to give an opinion on the subject.
Mr. Henricks said he had voted for issuing
bonds to the amount of $25,000 to improve
Monument Hill because he wanted some aid
for his own district. His vote in the future
would depend upon what Councils did in the
Mr. Kennedy's motion to ask for an opin
ion on the resolution was adopted.
A FRIGHTFUL. EXPERIENCE.
A Runaway Electric Car Dashes Down
Yesterday morning as 'car No. 3, of the
ObeservatoryjHill Electric Street Bail way,
was near the power house at the head of
Federal street extension, the driver lost
control of it, and it started down the
hill at a terrible rate of speed. The tracks
were muddy and slippery and the brakes
refused to work. The car at one time al
most attained the rate of 50 miles per hour.
The first curve, at the corner of North ave
nue and Federal street, was(made in safety,
but in making a second curve it jumped the
track, crashed through the park fences, and
never stopped until the wheels were bnried
in the soft soil. The conductor on the rear
end of the car neglected to reverse the lever
on his end of the platform, but both he and
the driver pluckily stuck to their posts.
Where the car turned from the tracks it
passed within one foot of a telegraph pole,
and the passengers had a narrow escape
from death at this point.
The car was fairly loaded with passen
gers, and the greatest consternation reigned
among them. They endeavored repeatedly
to break from the car. and some one would
have been killed had tbey succeeded. Ex
Mayor Drum distinguished himseli by
gnarding the door and refusing to let any
one out One yonng man, who stood on the
platform, jumped off and was slightly
bruised and sprained. His name was Bud
Reese. None of the other passengers were
injured, though all were much frightened
by their rough experience.
HORSES ALL WELL KEPT.
Agent O'Brien Denies That There li Crnclty
Agent O'Brien, who has returned from
Johnstown, reported to the Humane Society
yesterday that gross misrepresentations had
been made regarding the treatment of horses
thpre and that but two cases were worthy of
action. He also said that the State horses
were in excellent condition. W. W.
Decker was appointed agent for the Hu
mane Society at Johnstown.
Agent O'Brien, will to-day investigate
the case of Kate List, who lives on the
Brownsville road, at the head of South
Nineteenth street It is charged that Mrs.
List and her family of five children are in
a starving condition.
Ox account of the wet weather the time
of closing the Washington Fair has been
extended until Saturday, September 21,
1889. The Fair proper commences to-day
(Wednesday) and closes Saturday evening,
September 21, and promises to be" the larg
est exhibition ever held, all the departments
and classes being full. The races will come
off on Thursdav, Friday and Saturday, and
will be very .exciting, as a long string of
horses are entered.
Who Make the Beat Flannels?
The mills of the Amann Societv, Jorva,
Dodge, Davis & Co., New Hampshire.
Mascoma Mills, New Hampshire. Gilbert
Mills, New York State. The Jos. Home &
Co. Mills, Pennsylvania. These are the best
and we keep tl)tm all here in a full assort
ment as well as tne best from Scotland
France and Germany. '
JOS. HORNE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
Don't fail to take advantage of this offer
for to-day. We will sell 400 men's elegant
silk-lined overcoats, lull weight, at 58;
worth ?25 of any man's money.
P. C. C. C, opp. the new Court House.
A tube, wholesome and delicious drink
is Frauenheim & Vilsack's "Iron City
Beer." It is undoubtedly the best in the
Extra Qnnlity Cream-White Flannels, Sott
Far superior to the old-time blue-white
goods, from 30 to 50 cents a yard.
JOS. HORNE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
Remember the Excnralon to Norfolk and
On Thursday via B. & O. R. "R. Bate, $10.
Secure your tickets and parlor car seats
"Wanted to-day, 1,000 boys, ages 4 fo 14
years, to be fitted ont with those suits we
are selling at $2 50, worth $5 and $6.
P. C. C. C, opp. the new Court House.
But absolute truth". If you require a stimu
lant use Klein's Silver Age Bye; only $1 50
per full quart mwf
Lndies' nit Parlor.
Plaid skirts for young ladies.
Parcels & Jones, 29 Fifth avenue.
The oldest and best, "Holmes' whiskies."
Nobby Children's bnlti.
To-day, nobby children's suits, worth $5
and $6. at $2 50. P. C. C. C, opp. the new
Gents' overcoats for fall and -winter
wear at Pitcairn's. 434 Wood st
THE SCOTCH MUSIC.
It Was a Drawing Card Down at the
Exposition Last Night.
SOME INTERESTING EPISODES.
The Great Western Band Acquits Itself
BRIEF DESCRIPTION 0F,MANY EXHIBITS
The children of the "Land o Cakes" had
a good time at the Exposition last night
The music was all Scottish, and certainly
the Great Western Band, under the con.
ductorship of Mr. B. "Weiss, did ample jus
tice to the sweet melodies of "Auld Scot
land.'! The space around the bandstand
was thronged with admirers, many of whom
spoke in the time-honored accents ot the
"Lallan tongue or Erse," as truly as ever
did Lothian cotter or Hieland gillie.
One old lady who was evidently jealous of
the prestige of her native land, was heard to
remark, "Dinna ye tell me, mon. They
ha' made Yankees out o' th' auld Scottish
sangs. Naebody can play Scottish airs but
In spite of the old lady's remarks, how
ever, everybody seemed more than pleased
with the mnsic. Sentimental youths
looked love at the fair ones who accom
panied them, while the tender strains of
"Annie Laurie" hlled the atr. There neea
be no surprise if a good many Annie
Lauries ''gied their promise true, while
munching Mr. Marvin's fairy-like"onfec-tions,
with the dear old tune ringing in
Then there swelled forth "Auld Lang
Syne," and you could have picked out the
Scotchmen from the Philistines by the
looks of deep feeling they stole at one
another, and the ridiculous amount of
handshaking that- went on. The stirring
tones of "My Love She's but a Lassie Yet"
made every foot beat responsive; and verily,
there were a good many merry romps pres
ent who might have stood for Hogg's word
painting of the maid who was
Just a jinkin. bonnie blinkin'
Hilty skilty lassie yet
And so on "from grave to gay," from
"Annie Laurie" to "Bonnie Dundee,"
through the whole repertoire of Scotia's
favorite airs. The big crowd surging
through the gaily-lit halls filled the build
ing with their laughter, criticised the pict
ures in the art gallery wjth all the "sang
froid" of long-established reviewers, drank
the free cocoa, eat the free pickles and pur
chased the bon-bons innumerable.
In one of the picture galleries there was
an amusing scence. A certain prominent
Pittsburg artist was leaning over the rails
admiring that charming sketch entited, "A
Foggy Morning." Thereaderwill recollect
the picture, which represents two figures,
stepping through the mist, upholding an
unromatic umbrella. Suddenly enter unto
the pensive artist a stout lady who is show
ing another lady through the galleries and
evidently wishes to impress upon the awe
struck crowds her knowledge of the pict
ures. She stopped before the "Foggy
Morning" and glancing hastily at it ex
claims in ringing tones:
"Emily This is 'In the Gloaming.'
There's Mollie Darling under the um
brella." You should have seen the horror expressed
on the artist's face as he tnrned ronnd,
rudely startled from his contemplation.
Just tben the band struck up "John Anderson
My Jo," and there was a rush for the baud
stand. The old lady wbo thongbt Scotchmen
alone capable of rendering Scotch airs was tbere
with her husband, a venerable white-haired
gentleman. Her skepticism seemed to have
vanished, for she was humming the sweet song
to herself, as she smiled on her old "Jo" by her
side. Then she put forth one wrinkled hand
"Blessins on your frosty pow
John Anderson my Jol"
And so the night sped on, and Scotia was
GROGAN'S CUT GLASS DISFlAT.
As Rich na Crosns
Is aD old adage, hut in the case ot Grogan's
exhibit it is modernized in a most emphatic
manner. The patterns and forms of this cut
glass are of the Croesus style and their richness
gives force to our quotation. The whole of
the cnt gUss is found iu the large ebony case
on the main aisle floored with sections of
French mirror plates, which reflect the pris
matic hues of the cut glass and heighten the
rich effects so susceptible in this material. In
this disnlay are a variety of shapes and pattens
exclusive to the Grogan stock. An
oval pnncb bowl of large dimensions
stands in the center. Getting away
from the old regular round bowls, this gondola
shape is very impressive. It is the most grace
ful bowl that has yet appeared, being set upon
a standard which raises it above theoidinary
level, and, with the exquisite enps and saucers
surrounding it, for serving punch, will add
grandeur to any table. In the case is a com
plete outfit for table use, viz: water pitchers
and caraffes, with tumblers and goblets, full
sets for wines in the following sizes: cordial,
sherry, claret and champagne .classes. With
sherry is found the decanters, with claret the
jugs, and smaller jugs for cordials. There are
vases in tall and graceful shapes: nothing
shows off. so well a bunch of roses as these.
Tbere are also rose bowls of various sizes, finger
bowls, jar and cover, etc. Don't fail to see
Grogan's cut glass.
PALACE OF WDSIC EXHIBIT.
RIcllor & Hoenr, 77 Fifth Avenue.
The high character and reputation of this
firm is frilly maintained, in the superb exhibit,
at west end of main hall. Nothing but the
best is permitted to leave their warerooms;
therefore, only the choicest instruments are in
closed in the handsome cases, whether carved
or plain. The specialty in pianos is the cele
brated Hardman, which none others equal in
tunc, solidity, perfect action and moderate
prices. The Hardman pianos have forged
right ahead, and from being simply very good
reliable instruments, have become the favor
ites, from their undoubted superiority.
In the display are also notable speci
mens of the pianos manufactured by
Krakancr. and by Kimball. The justly cele
brated Palace, Chicago Cottage and A. B.
Chase Organs; could anyone ask more? If
they are exigent thev may turn to that remark
able invention, the iEolian Urgan with its live
sets of reeds, from which may be evolved the
most beautiful music; it may be played like
any other organ, or by working the pedals any
piece desired will be rendered, by having the
proper "barrels." The JEolian is certainlv
wonderful. After visiting the display, visitors
are invited to visit the wareroom, and take in
in their permanent exposition.
B. L. II. Dnbbt.
Pittsburg congratulates herself upon having
the finest art photographer in the country in
Mr. B. L. H. Dabbs, wfioe marvelous speci
mens exhibited in the Art Gallery are winning
highest praise and commendations from all vh?
Itors. What would an Exposition be worth in
this section that did not have a disnlay by
The Exposition Cnfej
For the benefit of the school children the
manacer of the restaurant has arranged to
give them coffee and sandwiches at half rate
viz., 5 cents each. The menu of Host Kroner is
a most excellent one, and visitors will find the
greatest satisfaction in the comforts of this
- The Hnmlllon Hotel,
Located on Penn avenne, near Sixth street. Is
now more popular than ever. It has been made
a strictly first-class house, equipped with all
modern hotel appliances at heavy expense; its
menu is equal to any in the city, and by reason
of its central location and moderate charges, it
secures a large share of the Exposition visitors.
It has the best stocked bar in the city.
B0 styles of boys' suits, age 4 to 14, at the
low price of $2 50, worth $5 and $6.
P. C. C, C, opp. the new Court House.
Thibty-one years before the public
Holmes' Best." wS '
The largest stock at Pitcairn's, 434 Wood
Fob indigestion no remedy is so apt to
afiord immediate relief as Klein's Silver
"Holmes' Best" second to none. -wb
THEOLOQS AT1 HOME.
The Opening Reception at tho Western
Theological Seminary Yesterday.
The scholastic yearof the Western Theo
logical Seminary of the Presbyterian
Church was inaugurated yesterday after
noon at 330 by the reception of the new
students and the allotment among the three
classes of rooms for residence during the
ensuing three years. At the hour named
23 young men, constituting the junior class
for the session of '89-'90, had assembled in
onfi nf flip nlns rooms, while in the vestl-
.bule and on the porch students of last
year s junior ana middle classes were ex
changing greetings and speculating on the
probable addition to their ranks of new
On assembling in .the chapel Prof. T. H.
Bobinson, assisted by Prof. W. H. Jeffers,
called up each new student to the platform,
where he read aloud a solemn promise, in
view of the importance of improving in
knowledge, prudence and piety and in pre
paring for the ministry," to diligently follow
the course of instructions, obey the rules
and regulations and yield to all the ad
monitions of the professors while a member
of the seminary, alter which he subscribed
his name on the scroll. Following this the
number and location of the rooms were
called out and allotted to each man as his
name appeared on the books, those of the
old students who desired being allowed to
remain in occupation of last year's rooms,
and the business of the day closed. The
number of new students this year exceeds
last year's by nine, and the total is expected
to reach 35 in the course of a few days.
The opening address of the session, which
lasts, with a brief recess at the holidays, for
eight months, will be made at 10:30 this
morning by Prof. fl. T. McClelland, his
subject being "A Good Minister of Jesus
For best brands of pure rye whiskies, go
to Geo. H. Bennett & Bro., 135 First
avenue, second door below Wood street.
Norfolk Excursion Next Thursday,
Via B. & O. E. E. Bate 510 for the round
trip. Secure your tickets and parlor car
AU Grades of All-Wool Country Flnnnels,
Largest assortment, over 50 styles to choose
from, made in our own mill.
Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
JNO. A. WILSON. Attorney at Law,
119 Fourth ave.
ESTATE OF GEOBGE GLASS, DE
CEASED. Notice is hereby given that
letters testamentary on the estate of George
Glass have been granted to the undersigned, to
whom all persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment, and
those having claims against the same should
make them known without delay. MABY A.
GLA'-S and DAVIS GLASS, executors. No. 67
Wylie ave.. Pittsburg. Pa. sef-43-W
rOTICE TO CONTEACTOES-W ANTED
bids for grading property at Oakland.
Estimate about 10,000 yards. Plans and specifi
cations can be seen at our office. BLACK &
BAIKD, 93 Fourth ave. sel8-60
CONTRACTOR'S NOTICE-SEALED PRO
J POSALS will be received up to 12 M., SEP
TEMBER 25, at the office of J. H. McRoberts,
400 Grant streetPittsburg.Pa., for the grading,
paving and curbing of the north side of Sixth
avenne, from Amity street to McClure street:
also for the grading of McClure street, from
the Monongahela river to Eighth avenue, in the
borough of Homestead. The right is reserved
to reject any or all proposals. By order of the
STREET COMMITTEE. selS-31-D
JEFFERSONVILLE, IND..SEPT. 15. 1689.
Sealed proposals, in triplicate, subject to
usual conditions, will be received here until 11
o'clock A. M. (central standard time), TUES
DAY, the 15th day of October, 18S9. for famish
ing at the Q. M. Depot here, 100,000 gallons of
mineral oil, of 135 'flash test, in cases of two
nve-gallon cans each. Preference will be given
to articles of domestic production or manu
facture, conditions ot qnality and price (in
cluding in the price of foreign prodnctlons or
manufactures the duty tberenn) being equal,
and such preference will be given to articles of
American production produced on the Pacific
Coast to extent of the consumption required
by the public service there. Government re
serves the right to reject any or all proposals
and to accept the whole quantity or any
portion of the mineral oil bid for. All in
formation furnished on application here. En
velopes containing proposals should be marked
"Proposals for Mineral Oil." and addressed to
HENRY C. HODGES, Assistant Quartermas
ter General, TJ. S. Army, Depot Quartermaster.
Office of Borough Clero, l
McKeespobt, Pa., September 11, 18S9. f
"VTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-SEALED
i proposals will be received at the office of
the Borough Clerk, until FRIDAY, September
20, A. D. 1889, at 12 o'clock noon, for the follow
ing sewers and street improvements, viz.:
One on Cherry alley, from 150 feet west of
Short street to Queen street; approximate
length 210 feet, size 18 inches; thence to Ash
street, length 550 feet, size 20 inches: thence
to Cliff street and Crooked run, length oOO feet,
size 21 inches.
One of 15-inch and 20-inch diameter on
Jenny Lind street, from Fourteenth to Six
teenth avenues; approximate quantity of 15
inch pipe 625 feet, and 290 feet of 20-inch.
One of 15-inch diameter on Walnut street,
from Powers' line to Fourteenth avenue; ap
proximate length 210 feet.
One of 12-inch diameter on Locust street,
from Eleventh avenue to Whigham street; ap
proximate lengtn zw ieet.
Grading, curbing and paving with block
stone of Jenny Lind street, from Fourteenth
to Sixteenth avenues. Plans and specifications
of the above work can be seen, and blanks for
bidding and all information can be had at the
Engineer's office on and after September 17.
Each proposal must be accompanied by a
bond in amount to equal that of the contract,
ana be probated before a Notary, and said
proposals mnst be handed in on or before the
above specified time. Unless said require
ments are strictly carried ont the bid will not
The Council reserves the right to reject any
or all proposals. GEORGE BOSSART.
Pittsboro, Pa, September 9. 1889.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
JLM report of Viewers on the grading, paving
and curbing of Carnegie street, from Fifty
second street to McCandlcss street, has been
approved by Councils, which actiou will be
final, unless an appeal is filed in the Court of
Common Pleas within ten (10) (lavs from date.
E. M. BIGEI.OW,
se9-82 Chief ot Dep't ot Public Works.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
L renorts of Viewers on the opening of Loyal
alley, from Allen street to Beltzhoover avenue!
Alien street, from Washington avenue to Mc
JLain street: Copeland street, from Ellsworth
avenue to Walnut street; Mahogany alley, from
Essex alley to Laurel street: Walter street,
from Washington avenue to Lillian street, and
Home street, irom Pluuimer street to Butler
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 Work'.
Pittsburg, Pa., September 9, 1889. se9-32
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Li reports of Viewers on the construction of
sewers on Dresden alley, from Stanton avenne
to Fifty-second street; Dithridge street and
Forbes avenue, from Filth avenue to a point on
Forbes avenue 300 feet west of Dithridge street;
Atwood street, from Bates street to Louisa
street; Wrichts alley, from South Twenty-third
street to South Twenty-fourth street, and
Howe 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.
PlTTSBpno. PA.. September 9. 1883. se9-32
ST. GEORGE'S HALL FOR BOYS AND
young men, St. George's, Md., near Balti
more, Prof. J. C. Kinear, A. M., Principal. Col
lege or business. Unsurpassed in advantages,
comfon and situation. $200 to 275 a year.
PENNSYLVANIA MILITAEY ACAD
EMY. Chester, Pa. Twenty-eisrhtb year
opens September 18. A MILITARY COL
LEGE. Civil Engineering, Chemistry, Archi
tecture. Arts. Thoroughly organized, prepara
tory courses. Circulars of Mr. F. G. PAUL
SON. 1 Wood st,, city. Col. CHAS. E.
HYATT, President. jyl052-WS
EuiEwortli Boarding ai Day School
For girls, 122 West Franklin street, Baltimore,
MA, Mrs. H. P. LEFEBVRE, principal. This
school will reopen on Thursday, the 19th of
September. The course of instruction em
braces all tho studies Included in a thorough
English education, and the French and Ger
man languages are practically taueht.
as-Ditplay aavcrtUemcnt one dollar ptr
tquare or one insertion. Classified advertise
ment on this page such at Wanted, For Bale,
3b Let, etc., ten cents per line for each inter
Hon, and none taken or lest lhanfltv cents.
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 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with TUX D18
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, SM Butler street.
KMIL G. BTTJCKEY, 24th street and Fenn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY CO., Wylie ave. and Fultonit.
N. STOKELY. Fifth Avenne Market House.
3. TV.- 'WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER & SHEIBLER, Sth av. ft Atwood U
JACOB SPOHN. Ko. 2 Carson street.
B. A. DONALDSON. 1707 Carson strett.
A. 3. KAERCHER, 59 Federal street.
H. J. McBRIUE. Market House, Allegheny.
KREDH. EGGERS. 172 Ohio street-
F. H. EOGE1W & SON, Ohio and Chestnut st.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Braver aves.
PERRY M. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
W. W. FLOCKER, Stationer, No. 4 Grant ave.
AtfTED-DRUCf CLERK-ADDRESS A. M.
I). , Dispatch office, selS-u
ANTED-10 CASH BOYS AT KAUF-
BAMSs'. Apply at once. sel8-29
"Tn-ANTED-FOUR GOOD WAITERS AT
VV " ECONOMY RETAURANT, 32 Sixth St.
WANTED-A GOOD DISHWASHER AT
restaurant, So. 154 FIFTH AVENUE.
TTTANTED A FHtST-CLASS OYSTER AND
WANTED-50 MEN TO WORK ON PIPE
line at Whlttmer station. AMERICAN
GAS CO. selMl
WANTED-TAILOR-A NO. 1 COATMAKER;
constant employment. Address TAILOR,
Dispatch office. selS-17
XU"ANTED-ONE GOOD COAT MAKER AT
V once at FRED G. WEST & CO.'8,81xth ave..
Homestead, Pa. sel7-l
WANTED-A F1RST-CLAS3 BARBER AT
once. Apply to CHAS. LANG, 90 Federal
St., Allegheny. selS-89
"TTrANTED-A GOOD SOBER PLUMMER-TO
VV the right man a first-class steady Job. Ad
dress PLUMBERS. DlsDatch office. selS-21
WANTED-SALEbMAN TO SOLICIT OR
DERS for shirts to measure. Address J.
KMIGHr, Hotel Boyer, Pittsburg. selS-75
ANTED-A FIRST-CLASS BARBER AND
an apDrentlce. Apply immediately at NO.
103 OHIO bT Allegheny City, Pa. 8618-81
"TTT- ANTED CARRIAGE. BLACKSMITH,
VV woodworker and blacksmith helper at
WERNKEBROS., McKeesport, Fa. sel8-18
WANTED - COACHMAN - SINGLE MAN:
mnst come well recommended. Apply 53
WASHINGTON STREET. Allegheny. sel7-S6
VTTANTED-100 LABORERS TO WORK ON
VV sewer cor. Fifth and 'Evans ave., McKees
port, Fa. M. GALLEGHEK, Contractor. sel7-63
WAN TED-SHEET IRON P1CKLER NO
onebntan experienced and steady man
need apply. Address LOCK BOX 655, Pittsburg,
WANTED-A GOOD NEGATIVE RE
TOUCHER; apply Immediately. S. D.
MORRIS, Artist and Photographer, Sharptaurg,
ra. .. el8-35
WANTED-1MMEDIATELY A GOOD BAR
BER, married man preferred, at W. A.
HUEHLSTKIN'S, corner Sixth and Penn ave.,
WANTED SLATE ROOFERS OH "WEST
INGHOUSE bnlldlngs at WUmerdlng, P.
K. R. ADplr to FOREMAN OF SLATERS, on
the J oh. neIS-57
WANTED-PAOKER IN OUR GLASS AND
queensware department; reference will be
required. T. G. EVANS & CO., Third and Mar
ket streets. selS-90
WANTED-8 OR 10 FIRST-CLASS CARPEN
TERS for Inside work; apply at once;
steady work for first-class men. Apply 283
TXT ANTED RESIDENT SALESMAN BY
, , nUVimUCK.UUUK.VUIJ HIU5C UUn BC111UK
the trade need apply. Address P. & A., 113 South
Front St., Philadelphia, Pa. sel3-45-D
WANTED-2 ACTIVE MEN TO SELL OUR
elegant Bibles on the easy payment plan:
food pay to rlgtlt parties. E. GATELY & CO.. 25
'ederal St., Allegheny, Pa. se!7-7
TTT AN TED-A .YOUNG MAN FOR COO
V LECTOR, and one for entry clerk to assist
In office work; must have best of reference. Ad
dress ENTRY, Dispatch office. selS-66
of running steam plant and are dynamo;
liberal salary: permanent position, Addresswlth
reference BOX G, Dispatch office. sel8-65
WANTED-A CATHOLIC MAN OF NEAT AP
PEARANCE and rood address, not under CJ
years: salary paid wee preference. "FANNING
uuKKbni, room 3, jicuance oiock. sels-53
'ANTED-FIFTEEN GOOD MhN, 6 TOR
stone auarrv. balance for mtscellanpnn
rork. lnanireof JOHN FAY. corner Rich and
L'raig sts Ihlrteenth ward, Pittsburg. sel7-47
ANTED A MAN TO TAKE AN OFFICE
and reDresent a manufacturer: KiOnerwppIr
mall capital required. Address, with stamp,
iTTTANTED-GENTLEMEN WHO DESIRE A
, V V wife or a lively correspondent to send their
Iddress and stamp to THE AMERICAN CORRE
SPONDING CLUB, R0X643, Clarksburg, W. Va.
tTTANTED- SOLICITOR -A FIRST-CLASS
TV advertising man, with wham we are pre
pared to make the most favorable terms. Address
or call PUBLISHERS, 526 Grant St., Pittsbnrg.
WANTED-FOR THE UNITED STATES
army, able-bodied, unmarried men, between
the ages of 21 and 35 years; good pay, rations,
clothing and medical attendance. Apply at NO.
915 PENN AVENUE, Pittsburg. Pa.
fTTTANTED-A GOOD MAN NOT AFRAID OF
VV work to operate in prupertv; must be well
tcqnainted in the cities and East End: liberal
compensation will be paid to the right man. Ad
dress, with name and references, LOCK BOX 126,
Pittsburg Postoffice. selS-2Z
-XTJANTED-BY HENRY C. BIDDLE & CO.,
V V Philadelphia, experienced salesman to sell
woolens In rittsburg, Allegheny and towns in the
State: only those who arc thoroughly acquainted
with the tailoring and clothln? trade in places
named need apply. AddressTHOS. J'.TIERNEY,
Mountain House, Cresson, Pa. selS-55
WANTED-AGENTS TO SELL THE PIN
LEBS Clothes Line: the only line ever in-'
vented that holds the clothes without plnw a per
fect success: patent recently issued: sold only by
agents, to whom the exclusive right is given; on
recept ofSOcts. we will send a sample line by
mall: also circulars, price list and terms to agents;
secure your territory at once. Address WOR
CESTER PINLKbS CLOIHES LINE CO., 17
Hermon St., Worcester, Mass. an2S-39-ws
WANTED-CHRISTIAN MEN AND WOMEN
to sell 'The Christian's Legacy:" one
agent writes, 'The Christian's Legacy is the
fastest selling book 1 have ever handled; in a little
less than 30 hours' work 1 have taken SO orders,
and made more money In its sale than oh any book
I have ever sold, and I have been a canvasser for
several years: I enjoy showing it to people, it is
such a good, helpful book;" terms free. W. J.
HOLLAND, 150 Nassau St., N. Y. sel7-68
WANTED AT ONCE-A FIRST-CLASS
saleslady (not under 20); hours of work 9 to
5: salary (10 per week. MANAGER, Room IS. 701
Smithfield st. selS-40
TTTANTED-A STEADY, INDUSTRIOUS WO
Vt MAN to cook, wash and do downstairs work
in a small familr. Call, with references, at 339
WANTED-SALESLADY-ONE WHO HAS
had experience in drygoods. Apply at
f EKGUbON BROS., 330 and 332 Firth avenue
Pittsburg, Pa., at 10 A. Jr. or 3 r. M. selS-24
Male nnd Female fleln.
"VTJANTED-MAN TO DRIVE LAUNDRY
VV 'wagon, male second cook, wages (35 per
month; iarm hands, gardener and wife chamber
maids and cooks, S4 per week; house girls, nurses,
laundress and pantry girl, dishwasher and sewing
girl. MEEHAN'S, 545 Grant St. selG-D
WANTED - A SITUATION ON PRIVATE
place to drive and do general work. Ad
oress O. Ii Dispatch office. sel7-46
WANTED SITUATION BY A BAKER ON
cakes or bread; can furnish best or refer
ence: sober and reliable. Address T. H. P., Dis
patch office. sel8-74
WANTED-SITUATION BY A PRACTICAL,
experienced man as engineer who can take
charge of anv kind of machinery; who is also a
practical steam and gas fitter; best of reference;
no objection to leaving the city. Address J. S,
H., Dispatch office. sel8-36
"XTANTED-PARTNER-OR "WOULD SELL
, V V store:, part cash; cost (1,100: suitable for
Rooms. Homes. Etc
WANTED-TO 'BUY TWO 6 TO 8 ROOM
houses on monthly payments In the
suburbs, Bellevue preferred. Address, with par
ticulars, CONFIDENTIAL, Dispatch office
Boarders and Lodgers.
ANTED-OCCUPANT3 FORNICELY FUR'
tiSHJu secona-siory rront, wltn ooara
lng: pleasant location: facing parks.
SHERMAN AVE., Allegheny.
WANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY' PROP
ERTY, over HOW; 4K per cent; no tax.
HENRY a. WEAVER CO?, 82 Fourth avenue.
UOYLEA CO., 131 Fourth ave.
WANTED-TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
of 3,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on percent, free or tax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK & HAIKU,
95 Fourth avenue. se2l-d2S-o
V V on city and suburban properties at 4'A, 5and
(percent, and on larras In Allegheny and anja
cent counties at 6 per cent. 1. 1L PEN NOCK A
BON, 103 Fourth avenne. ap7-Hl
XTJANTED-TO LOAN (200.000 ON MORT
VV GAtrES; POO and upward at C per cent;
(500,000 at 4K per cent on residences or business
property: also In adjoining counties. S. H.
FRENCH. 125 Fourth avenue. oe31-eSi-D
TirANTED-tHIGHEST SCOT CASH PRICES
V V paid for second-band furniture, carpets and
household goods or all kinds. 1211 PENN AVE
WANTED-TO SELL A HALF INTEREST
In a big paying business In Allegheny. Pa.
For particulars address PARTICULARS. Dts
patf h office. sel8-70
WANTED-EVERYBODYTO SEND THEIR
furniture needing upholstering, repairing
and refinlshlng to UAUGH A KEENAN, 33 and
34 Water st. 'Phone 1626. aul4
WANTED-TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one in the club at II 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX SOL and I will calf and snow you the watch.
WANTED-PERSONS lO KNOW THAT BY
acreelnz to Dav SI per week von can jret
possession of fine gold or silver watches, clocks,
Jewelry, diamonds, silver ware, etc J. M1TSCH,
im r eaerai St., Aiiegoeny, A'a. seiA-uwrga
1TANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
W TOGRAPHER, 96 Fifth avenne, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he Is making fine cabinets at (1 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised; Instan
taneous Drocess. mhl3-63
FOB SALE-IMPIIOVE.P HEAL ESTATE.
, CIrr Hexidencea.
FOR SALE CONGRESS ST.-K.8O0-BRICK
house, 6 rooms: lot 22 ft. rront. J. R. COOPER
& CO., 107 Fourth ave. sel4-54-xwssa
FOR SALE (2,000-COLWELL ST. BRICK
house. 4 rooms, cellar, front and back porch,
gag and water; lot 21x100. J. B. COOPER & CO.,
107 Fourth are, sel4-5l-MW8Su
FOR SALE-MARION -ST. BRICK HOUSE, g
rooms, hall, marble mantels, finished attic,
both gases, porches, sewerage, etc; lot 24x104. J.
R. COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth ave
FOR SALE GUM STREET TWO-STORY
brick house. 6 rooms, finished attic hall:
also two 2-story brick houses, 3 rooms each: lot
22x100; a good Investment. J. B. COOPER & CO.,
107 Fourth ave. sel4-i4-HWSSa
FOR SALE-TVYL1E AVE., NEAR ERIN ST.
(2,800; a bargain; good brick house, 4 rooms
and 2 well finished attics; natural and artificial
gas; good sewerage; lot 23x110. J. R. COOPER ft
CO., 107 Fourth are. sel4-54-MWB.su
FOR SALE-THIRTEENTH AND LIBERTY
sts. ; corner lot 50 rt. on Liberty st. by 100 ft.
on Thirteenth St., extending back to Spring alley:
one brick and 4 frame houses Liberty ave. : corner
vacant; valuable property; price (20,000; terms to
suit. ALLKS ft BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
FOR SALE F. FHASHER'S PROPERTY,
Omaha St., Thirty-second ward, at auction,
next Saturday, September 21, 3 P. x., on the
premises, H acre of gronnd, frame dweUlng, 6
rooms, etc; In first-class condition: sale positive:
big bargain. ALLES ft BAILEY. Real Estate
Auctioneers, 164 Fourth ave. Telephone 1ST.
East End Heslaencea.
FOR SALE-EAST END RESIDENCE, ON
Ellsworth ave., a splendid modern residence
of 10 rooms, replete with ail modern conveniences:
fine lot; price low, terras easy. L M. PENNOCK
ft SON, 105 Fourth avenue, sel4-2S-Mws
FOR SAL.E-(3,800 WILL BUY A 9-ROOM
house in the East End; lot 50x115 feet; bath,
f, electric lights, carriage home and stable:
cash, balance 33 per month. JAMISON ft
JKIE. 96 Fourth ave., or cor. Penn and Shady
ave.. East End. selS-26-wrs
FOR SALE-ON HILAND AVE., E. E., A
choice residence of 8 rooms, bath, attic, cel
lar, porches, all modern conveniences; entire
premises in excellent repair; carriage house,
stable, large lot, fruits and ornamental shrub
bery: very desirable: cheap and easy terms. L
41. PENNOCK ft SON, 105 Fourth ave.
EOR SALE-JILOOO-E. E. RESIDENCE CON
VENIENT to Roup sta. or cable line: elegant
new Queen Anne stvlo brick dwelling, 10 rooms,
reception hall, bath, inside shutters ana w. c.s,
laundry, etc hardwood mantels and tile hearths,
combination chandeliers. Incandescent light. etc.;
lot 50x175; situate on principal thoroughfare; rap
Idly enhancing1 In value;' positively a bargain.
SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO., 89 Fourth ave.
FOR BALE ARARKOPPORTUNiryiS NOW
offered to any desiring to purchase a home
In the choicest location In Oakland, as very lib
eral terms can be made in the purchase of the re
maining houses on Forbes street ana Coltart
square; 9 and 13 rooms, well built, elegantly
finished, line surronndlngs, quick transit, only 15
minutes from postofflce by cable line. For terms.
S rices and plans see W. A. HERRON ft SONS. 80
onrth avenue se4-64-nwr
FO K 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, fine
chandeliers, both gases, city water and bouse
wired for electric lights, plate glass windows,
electric bells, good sewerage street paved with
aspbaltnm and paid for, beautiful shade trees In
front of house, a few minutes from cable cars:
prlce(8,50t; a moderate cash payment and bal
ance long time; immediate possession. SAMUEL
AV, BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave. se6-4-D
FIELD ST.near Beaver ave.. Allegheny. For
full Information see W. A. HEBRON ft SONS,
N o. 80 Fourth ave. ses-99-10, 13,16.18
FOB SALE-LYTLE STREET, GLENWOOD
cheap, two good frame dwellings of 4 rooms,
finished attic and cellar each; lots each 24x120;
easy terms. J. R. COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth are.
OR BALE-CHEAP- ACRES OF GROUND
J with dwelling, abundance of fruits, at Se
lckley. W. A. HERRON ft SONS. 80 Fourth
FOR SALE-AT A VERY REASONABLE
prl;e, on account of removal of owner, at
Bellevue, well located, a dwelling of 9 rooms; lot
80x170 feet. W. A. HERRON SONS, 80 Fourth
FOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL EDGEWOOD RESI
DEN CE, 6 minutes' walk from station, con
taining 6 rooms, bath, good well water with fine
pump, natural gas, elegant lot 100x252 feet, with
fine fruit and shade trees; this bargain only
offered for a few days; If you want a good sub
urban home, this Is your chance. BLACK ft
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 3A-SO sel5-77
FOR SALE- WILKIKSBURG (3,500; (500
cash, balance In 10 years; new and neat frame
dwelling. 7 rooms, reception ball, finished attic
good cellar, water in kitchen, nat. gas, good sew
erage etc.: lot 52x120: choice location and only
six minutes from station: street 50 ft. wide with
shade trees on each side; this Is without douht the
most desirable residence property m the borough.
J. R. COOPER ft CO., 10T Fourth ave.
FOR SALE LOTS.
. Glenwood Lota.
FOR BALE-LOTS AT GLENWOOD, NEAR
the station: graded streets, sidewalks, city
water, bouses and lots lor sale. (1, 350. f l, 750. (2. 000,
ten per cent cash, balance on monthly payments:
Second Ave. Electric Kailway will pass In front of
these lots: B. ft O. Railroad fare monthly tickets,
5X cents per trip; 12 minutes from bmlthfield st.
OlLOROli C. BUROW1N, 15QFourthave.
' Suburban Lota.
FOR BALE-(W)-JT INGRAM STATION,
fine building lot 80x150. close to station; only
(1,500. SAM'L W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave
OR SALE-LOT-WILK1NSBURG; SOUTH
st: 2 minutes from station: lot 66x132: best
location in the borough. J. R. COOPER ft CO.,
107 Fourth avenue. sel4-54-uwssu
FOR SALE-BEST BUILDING LOTS FOR THE
money in vVllkinsbnrg, 25x125, running
through from Union st. to Green St.; 6 minutes
from station; (400, only (100 down, balance (ICO
per vcar: must be sold to close an estate E. D.
W1NGEN ROTH, 110 Fonrth ave. sels-64-WTbs
FOR SALE-SEND FOR PLAN OF 3 ACRES
to 10 acres of ground to be offered at public
sale next Thursday arternoon. September 19, at 3
o'clock, on the premises, at Young Station, be
tween Parnassus and Valley Camp: take express
train from Union Depot at 2o'clok on day or
sale; free railroad tickets at our office: plans and
other Information from JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO.,
129 Fourth avenue Pittsburg. sel4-39-Mwibs
FOR SALE-THREE ACRES TO TEN ACRES
on line of railroad at Yonng station, between
Parnassus ahd'Valley Camp; about 90 acres laid
off In from 3 to 10 acre plots, to be offered at pub
lic sale next Thursday afternoon, September 6, at
3 o'clock, on tbe premises: take express train at 2
o'clock from Union depot; free tickets at our
office. Plans and further Information from JAS.
W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth avenue Pittsburg.
TJIOR SALE-SUBURBAN SITES. 3 ACRES TO
C 10 acres, at Oik Grove, adjolng Young
station, between Parnassus and Valley Camp;
about so acres laid off In 3 to 10 acre plots and
? resent many of the most desirable residence sites
or suburban homes to be found along any of tbe
railroads; will be offered at public sale on Thurs
day afternoon, September 19. at 3 o'clock on the
premises or on tbe arrival of the 2 o'clock ex
press train at Young station; free railroad tickets;
plana and fullerlnfomationfrom JAS.W.DRAPE
ft CO.. Agents ana Auctioneers, 129 Fourth ave
nue, Pittsburg. sel4-41-xwTbs
;, FOR SALE-LOTS.
TJIOR SALE-LOTS WEBSTER AVE., COR.
J3 Francis it.: only t each: 8 lots 21x68:
pavecTstreet. J. R. COOPER & CO., 197 Fourth
K SALV-iirra-vinE r.KVEL BUILDINO
lota 25x100 foer. lnjvited In Allentown. Mt.
"Washington and Beltihoover: price from J3M up:
come and see plans. MORRISON 4 BANKS. 1113
Carson st,, 8. 8., city. sel8-88
, East End Lot.
FOR SALE-LOT 80x77-WALNUT ST., ROUP
Station. J. fi. COOPER & CO., 107 Fonrth
FOR SALE-LOT ON CRAIG ST., BELLE
FIELD: 60x140; low price. J. E. COOPER ft
CO., 107 Fourth avenue. sel4-54-HWSSU
TTIOK SALE-LOT-SHADYSIDE, CYPRESS
JP near Banmst,: lot 36MX100. J. R. COOPER
ft CO., 107 Fourth avenne. se!4-54-MWSSa
FOR SALE A LOT AT HOMEWOOD, NEAR
station, 25x100: this lot Is in good neighbor
hood, on First it-: price 1550. MELLON BROTH
ERS, 6349 Station St., E. E. sel5-I33-Mwr
FORSALE-HERRON HILL-PAHKPLAN OF
lots just opened for sale; finest views In the
city; first buyers given an advantage. Call or
send for illustrated plan. BLACK ft HAIKU. S3
Fourth ave. seIS-77
FOR SALE BEAUTIFUL AND LEVEL
building lots, 24x25 ft. front, on Homewood
are. and Clawson street, lust at Homewood sta
tion, at (650 upward. W. A. HERRON ft SONS,
80 Fourth avenue. se4-65-ws
FOR -SALE-A FINE LOT IN THE EAST
End, near Shadrslde and Roup station; 50x246
feet: excellent vicinity: one of the best lots ou the
avenue JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO.. 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. sel4-37-xws
T710R 8ALE-LOW PRICE FOR LOTS IN
JD Herron Hill Park If bought before Wylie
ave. cable Is finished: lovely views, healthy loca
tion. Call or send for Illustrated plan. BLACK
4 BAIKD, 95 Fourth are. sel5-7T
FOR SALE LOTS FRONTINGHEHRON HILL
Park, finest views In the city, healthy loca
tion, only 12 minutes1 ride from Court House by
Wylie avenue cable when finished: bay now be
fore advance In price: call or send for Illustrated
plan. BLACK ft BAIRD. 95 Fourth ave- se!5-77
FOR SALE TO SECURE A DESIRABLE
homewlth pleasant surronndlngs you should
bny a lot In Banm grove plan; with the Improve
ments now made this la the most desirable, and
cheapest property In the market, r-ull Informa
tion from MELLON BROS.. East End. or JNO. F.
BAXTER. 512SmlthfieId st, sel5-78-WSSU
FOR SALE-BUSINESS MEN. CLERKS AND
salesmen, you should buy Herron Hill Park
lots; because; first, It will be only 12 minutes'
ride by Wylie ave. cable, giving ample time to go
home to dinner: second, because it Is a healthy lo
cation, being the highest point In Allegheny
connty; there Is no malaria or fogs: third, because
the views are magnificent; the wholo country for
miles In every direction Is In full view of all who
live here: fourth, because you can bur at low
prices now before the Wylie ave. cable Is com
pleted: fifth, because values will soon advance to
double present prices; sixth, because very easy
terms will be given all who will build at once:
seventh, because If you will send or call for
illustrated plans of the property yon will be sure
to buy. BLACK ft BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS IN THE BLAIR
estate, within 3 to 5 minutes' walk of Hazel
wood and Ulenwood stations: line level lots re
quiring no grading or filling: wide street, cltv
water, gas, natural gas. sldswalks, pavements,
schools,, stores, etc.: on line of the electric street
car line now building: 10 minutes by the B. ftO.
R. B. from the new depot: all express trains stop:
monthly tickets, fare SI cents; prices (125 to (1,000;
10 per cent cash, balance long time; monthly pay-
ments if desired. SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO.,
90 Fourth ave. selS-43-D
-ITIOR SALE -OR EXCHANHE-FOR MER
Jj CHANDlSEor cl;y property, a farm of 53
acres at HaysvlIIe station, P. Ft. W. ft C. Railway.
Particulars from A. J. PENTECOST, 413 Urant st,
FOR S ALE FARM, 156 ACRE. WITH BUILD
1NGS required; rich bottom land, near sta
tion E. ft r. ft. R.; suited for large works and
town lots; good Investment ED WITTISH. 410
Grant St., Pittsburg. Pa. se!4-P
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOB SALE-SALOON AND RESTAURANT,
old established and best location in city. Ad
dress F. CUR1STMAN, 44 West Washington sL,
Indianapolis, lad. sel7-50
FOR SALE-A GROCERY STORE DOING A
largo No. 1 trade, and (s one of the finest
stands In city, on one of ourleadingstreets: beau
tiful large store room, only reason for selling bad
health. Address J. c. It., Dispatch office.
FOR SALE-ONE OF THE LARGEST AND
best retail grocery stores. In heart of the city;
will invoice about (9,000. Also smaller grocery
stores In good locations In the two cities, bakeries,
drugstores, drrgoods and notion stores, feed
store confectioneries, restaurants, boarding
houses and other business chances: free particu
lars.. SHEPARD ft CO., 54 Fifth ave. sel7
FOR SALE-IN THE LIVELIEST TOWN IN
Western Pennsylvaala-the stock ind fixtures
of the New York Clothing and dents' Furnishing
Goods House, located at 135 Firth avenue. Mc
Keesport. Pa.; can reduce stock to (2.000; posses
sion given at once.wlth a long lease; this Is a rare
.chance; no better location In the city. Inquire at
135 Fifth avenue, McKeesport. F. S. GLEASON.
FOR SALE-OR RENT-GOOD BUILDING
for hotel in Canton, O. Address JAMES J.
GRANT, Canton, O. se!8-27
OK SALE-A PAYING INVESTMENT IN
business property, No. 619 Liberty St. See W.
A.HERRON ft SONS. 80 Fourth are. sel-59-UW
FOR SALE ON COR. TWENTIETH AND
Wharton sts., S. 8., lot 96x13) feet, with
building: price low; suitable for manufacturing.
"VV. a. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
IOR SALE-PENN AVE. EAST END BU8I-
NESS oronertr. between Hlland and Collins
aves.: lot 20x145 feet to a street; will be sold at a
bargain if sold at once; enhancement certain.
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth are.
FOR SALE-ADVANCE ROLLER MILLS
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. au22-7.D
FOR SALE-2-STOBY IRON CLAD BUILD
ING, 25x60. on lot 25x120. with lease; 12x24
engine, nearly new: also boiler and main shaft;
lease has over 2 years to run: will be sold low to
close up an estate. Inquire at 2800 SMALLMAN
STREET, City. S617-93
FOR SALE-A COUNTRY STORE AND STORE
ROOM, warehouse dwelling, etc., at a good
point on line or railroad; fine country place ex
cellent point for business; this Is an old estab
lished stand: present owner has made a snug
competency and wishes to retire on account of
age: will sell the property with or without the
stock. Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO.,
129Fonrthare. Pittsburg. se!4--irWThg
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, etc
FOB SALE-A LIGHT FAMILY BAROUCHE,
nearly new, made by C. West ft Co., will be
sold cheap. Can be seen at A. JAOKMAN ft
SON'S, 536 Penn ave. selS-84
FOR SALE-HORSES AND MULES IN TEAMS
or single; harness, wagons and carts; also
large lot quarry tools; onctop road cart, almost
new. Sprout make. At 6011 BKOaD ST., East
End. belling out to quit business.
FOR SALE-ALDERNEY COW AT AUCTION
at sale of furniture at Mrs. Cooper's resi
dence New Brighton road, near second toll, on
Friday. September 20. at noon: sale begins 10
o'clock. A. LEGUATE ft SON, Auctioneers.
jMnchlncrr ana IQetnl.
FOR SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
and refitted: repairing promptly attended to.
PORTER FOU NDR Y AN DMACHINE CO..LIM. ,
below Suspension bridge Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29
FOR SALE-CHEAP-2 SMALL ENGINES
and boilers: everything complete and in per
fect running order. Can see them running at 34
ALLEGHENY AVENUE, near Rebecca street,
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers: all sizes and styles kept In stock, from
4 to 100 h. p. tall refitted: good as new, at lowest
prices; mounted portable engines. 8 to 25h-p-23-25
Park way. J. S. YOUNU, Allegheny, Pa.
FOR SALE- HOISTING ENGINES, NEW
and second band; wire and raanllla ropeder
rlck and fittings, hoisting tubs and cars, clay and
ore pan. engines, boilers and machinery.
THOMAS CARLIN'S SONS, Lacock and Sandusky
sts., Allegheny. aui-17-iiwv
OR SALE-A MAGNIFICENT COLLECTION
of coins and tokens. Apply C H. BED DOE.
310 Cooper street, Ottawa, Canada. selS-83
FOR SALE-BILLIARD TABLE AT AUCTION
at sale of furnlturo at Mrs. Cooper's resi
dence New Brighton road, near second toll, on
Friday, September Zi, at noon: sale commences
at 10 o'clock. A. LEGUATE ft BON. Auctioneers.
OR SALE-FURN1TURE-AT THE RESI
DENCE of Mrs. Cooper. New Brighton road.
near second toll, at auction, on Friday. September
20, at 10 o'clock; parlor, library, dining room and
chamber furniture, embracing suits in maple
mahogany and walnut, crimson plush suite mo
qnette and brussels carpets, hall ana stair orns
sels carpets, plate mirrors, marble top walnut
sideboard, hat rack, bookcase extension table
refrigerator, silver-plated ware cutlery, dishes,
utensils, curtains, etc., etc.; also, Alderneycow,
billiard table, barouche, harness, etc. Take train
at Federal st. for Verner station at 9:15 A. it., city
time A. LEGGATE ft SON. Auctioneers.
LUST-S3. 000 REWARD-ON OR ABOUT JUNE
S3, 1836, there wre lost or stolen from the
United States registered mall pouch for St- Louis,
between Pittsburg and Indianapolis, 31 Alexander
county, Illinois, bonds, numbers 73, 79, 80, 89, 90,
75, 76, 77, 78. 79. 80, 81, 82, S3, J4. 85, 86. 87, 88, with
a lot or past due coupons attached. These bonds
were addressed to A. J. Well ft Co. The above re
ward will be paid and no questions asked for the
return of the bonds and coupons, or (1,000 reward
will be paid for positive proof that the bonds have
been destroyed. Address all communications to
A. J. WEIL ft CO.. St, Louis. Mo, seU-64-UWP
XbuT Ead Residence.
mo LET--eN howf. st.. shad ys557l3
wiun irvm v.tnaM.um, uon mil. tiwv,
S rooms; latest Improvements. W. A. HKKHOJC,
.QfilkiU u V.ak .Man, ,At
BsesrBsji Kewaence. 'vg
mu LET-ELEGANTLY FURNISHED HOUSSM
I at Eageworw, r., mi. n.ug,,;i
rooms, finished attic, w. c bathroom, both kindit:
of ru: will b rented to responsible nerson frntn
October 1. 1869, to April L 180. Address L.R. SVfll
rilO LET BOOMS I NICE ROOMS. WITH
sel7-T7 . '
TOLET-2 UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR'
Ilrht hnnsekeenliir. Innnlre U GAKF1KI.T)
AVE., Allegheny; references required. seI3-ai Jl
TO LET-FARM WELL ADAPTED FOR OAR
DEN and dairy. Good boose and barn: 125
acres, mostlv In grass. For farther particular
address BOX P. Ellzabetfc, Allegheny co.. Pa,
mO LET-LAKOE 3-STOKY BRICK "WARE.
JL HOUSE with large elevators: central loea
ttonr suitable for storage pnrnoses or carriage
factory: Twelfth street, near Union station. Ap-
Slv to T. MELLON ft SON'S BANK., 512 Smith
eld st. se 18-19- WThs
Offices. De!t Koora. dscv
mO LET-IN THE :NEW DISPATCH BUILD-
X INO, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two of the ,fj
city; rent, poo and (wo per annum, lacladlnjr eleo-- ;
tnc ugnis. janitor service sua hchs nestings
Apply between 10 A. K. and 1 r. ., or be twees
2 and 4 r. u. jysi-tr?
rriO LET-STORE OR OFFICE BOOM, WITH
X. large vault, suitable for insurance offlce or
similar business. In Germanla Savings Bank;
huildlnr. No. 419 Wood street: room formerly oo- '
copied by George Relneman as saloon, and now ,V a
trainorartl V OAennlpd trr tbA AmertaAR Kznrnu 'iM
Co.; It Is two steps below grade maklngaflrst
class basement. Inquire at THE BANK.
PERSONAL-MALTBY'S OYSTER DKPOT,
late 76 Fifth avenue removed to 641 Smith-.
dem street: iresn oysters received "Miy: orderr
fiUed at lowest prices. J. B. HEMMEKLE, Mxr.-
PERSONAL-BOOKS! BOOKS I BOOKSL
New and old. ancient and Kouern. standard:
and rare. lezaL medical and scientific 30. 080 toI-
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STOKE. 989 ,
Liberty st. aal-W
PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE-.
TURNED; recently they had not been on tho
best of terms owing to a little family ar occa:
stoned br the wife inalstlnc onbelnr allowed toV
renovate bis wearing apparel, and which. tm
course was aone ux s Dangling manner; laoroer j
to prevent the trouble they agreed to send all.
weirworx hereafter to dicksun. tne Tauor,
Fifth ave. corner Wood st.. second floor, and.
now everything is lovely and peace and happiness '
again reigns in meir nouseuoia. leiepnone Lies.
BY JAS. "VV. DRAPE & CO. , .
PUBLIC SALE OP
3 TO 10 ACBE PLOTS OF GKOUND -
"OAK GBOVEL" AT YOUNG STATION.'.
Between Parnassus and Valiey Camp, THTJBftfl
ma.1 AiiLiuiuufl, oeptemDer iv,- as f
o'clock, on the premises, or on the) arrival ot
the o'clock: express train at Young's Station, "
adioinine the property. About 90 acres ia all.''
laid off in 3 to 10 acre plots, all nuke close to -
the railroad statlorvand to tbe tews otParnas- J
sua, wuero mere ars cnurcnes, ncaoaie, stores,
etc, etc On the property there ars beautiful '
knolls, groups and rows ot trees, several Q-"
falling springs, coal, natural gas. etc
Few places offer so many desirable points let ,
residence purposes or for suburban beseev
Take express train from Union Station at 3
o'clock on day of sale. Free tickets at oar
omce .runs ana further particulars irora
JAS. W DRAPK fc CO.
Agents and Auctioneers, 129 Fonrth avenae.
A DMIN1STRAT0B8' AUCTION" SALE J
IX. Of Fine Parlor and Chamber Suits, lMs
inz Boom and Library Furniture, Can Harl
new. ete. at tbe late residence of Cbas. L. Cald-
well, deceased. 73 Lincoln avenue. Allegheny.?
"WEDNESDAY MOKNIHG. SEPT,lSasW I
n'1u.V ' V&
. Tbe famishment embrace; handsome Tark-'
lsh Parlor Suit In Taoestrv. Port ers. CnrtaiHs-
Couches, Pictures. Bric-a-brac Rockers, Wat''71
nut .Doorcases, uaoinet xiesK, une larse nail-'
Rack, Rugs, Toilet "Ware, Bedsteads. Bureaus,
"Wasbstands. Center Tables. Hair Mattresses.
Feather Beds, Springs, Honver Bcd-LoiiBge.
Chiffoniers. Brussels and Velvet Garnets oh H
rooms; balls and stairs; Sideboard. Leather i
unairs, teingerator, nuar intension xaoie , '1
iiisnes ana uiassware. Launary articles,
Kitchen goods, etc., etc. ,
Sale positive, Dy order of Geo. P. Hamiitta,
Administrators. House open "after 8 o'clock. J
morning oi saie. -)
HENRY AUCTION CO. LI1L.
DESIBABLE NORTH AVE RESIDENCE
.aiLiE.u.ti,r i (jj.ii.
On the premises,
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 2,
At 2 o'clock P.M.
Lot 40x80. corner of North ave. and Orchard
aller, on which is erected that desirable brictVt
residence known as No. 291 North ave., contain-
Id? 13 rooms, with bncK carriage house, sta
bling; building fitted out in complete order: sat
ural andartihcial gas; sewagecomplete. Terms,
one-third cash, balance five to ten years; call
and examine premises. ,
A. J. PENTECOST, 413 Grant st
River ave., cor. McFadden fc.
AUeeheny City, WEDNESDAY. September
25. 1889. 3 P.M. on the premises. A large brick "
building, one and two-stones high, with frame '
omce; lot iwxziu ieet, extending iron, w. r. us.
R. to P. k W. R. R. with sidintr. Term'
made known at sale BLACK & BAIRD, So
Fourth ave selS-57-MWT
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
On the beach, with unsurpassed ocean view.
Bait-water baths in boose.
E. 'ROBERTS 4 SONa
ONE OF'THE OLD SJOCK.
September 23 Geo. C. Jenk's V. S. Mail Co.
TTARRIS' THEATER-EVERY AFTER.
n NOON and evening.
VOMAN I MAY "WHEELER.
WOMAN. I EDMUND COLLTEB.
"Week Sept 23 The Waifs of New York. sel7
NEW WORLD'S MUSEUM
This week. September IS,
BIG ELIZA. THE GREAT SEYMOUR.
FERDNANDES. 4 EMERALDS.
A GREAT SHOW. selS-12
TTARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
To-night, Matinees Tuesday. Thursday and
Almee, the Human Fly, and 25 Stars. sel5-I3
IO LET-OFFICES TO RENT
Apply to STJPERINTENDENT OF TUB..
A. WH1TELEY. '
12S THIRD AVE. UPSTAIRS. '
Gents' shoes soled and heeled In lo minutes-
for 75 cents.
Finest work in the city. au23-00J"WTi
81 AND 83 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-74-D
TO EUROPE WE SELL TICKETS FOR
the leading lines, seenre berths and pasjs
porta, issue drafts. letters of credit and. money
orders, and sell foreign com at N. Y. rates.
MAX SCHAMBERG CO, 527 Smithfield st,
u . w im .,--- looa mspiTrnton,,
ING. 73. 77 and 79 Diamond st Engravings of
OUllUtllgB, UMVUIUJ, UUIU.IU, 1.U.9 lUf UO.
logues. etc; reproductions of pen and Ink draw
ings, wood cut prints, manuscripts, etc.: prtnt
lng, binding, blank boots, etc. se4-ws
fUZ ntnlthf.0l.-1 mtmaT Ti!-to1.n.- T- C.iv..tu fl
w .......... ...u.,. j.Nwuigy, m. t. riViUCIitlM
s ruiiu liuuuuis, second uoor. inUl-H)-uW7
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