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THE JPTTTSBUUtt DISPATCH, SATUKUAT, OCTOEK 1, 1893.
A QUICK-LIME GRATE.
A fleantifu, bat Bird-Hearted Girl
llnrders Her Babe and
j ;fc BURIES IT IN LIME IN A CELLAR.
The Father of the Child Charged With
BOTH THE CDLPKirS ARE NOW IN JAIL
Grace Brown, a girl of great beauty and
not quite 17 years of age, was placed in the
county jail last nightvto answer in court on
a charge ofmurderingher infant boy. Oliver
Meredith, a handsome youne rasenger
brakeman on the Baltimore and Ohio Kail
road's through irain,the alleged fatherof the
child, was taken fom his post of duty and
lodged m the same prison earlier in the
day. Meredith has three serious charges
against him. Miss Brown's home is at
Elrod station, befter known as Boston, and
Meredith lives with his folks at Bissell
station, on the B. & O.
The circumstances of the case are par
ticularly sad and at the tame time revolt
ing. Grace Brown is a stepdaughter of
Edward Brown, one of the oldest and most
trusted engineers on the Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad. Her father was his brother.
"When his brother died several years ago
Mr. Brown married the widow and has ever
since exercised what he supposed was a
carelul guardianship over his brother's
children, Gracs and a younger sister,
Tell In Love With Meredith.
A little more than a year ago, when
Grace Brown was just budding into a re
markably well-de eloped woman, she be
gan to receive attentions from Oliver Mere
dith. She was attending a private school
in McKeesport, her stepfather being anxious
to endow her with a good educa
tion, and the couple met frequently
on the trains, the girl selecting
Meredith's train whenever possible.
He was 23 years of age. and fell deeply in
love with the pretty school girl, or at least
affected to, and his love was returned with
interest Meredith called a few times at
the Brown house, but on account of the
youth of Miss Grace her mother was not
over civilto him. Early last February
when his v'sits entirely ceased there was no
regret on the part of the moiher and step
father, though Miss Grace was downcast
Being naturally a bricht. cheerful cirl.
the change in her demeanor was noticed by
her friends. Observing the inquiring
glances of people the girl shook oft the
grief she was enduring, ana appeared
among them as gay as ever. It was not un
til the early part of the present week that
a suspicion ot her shame was raised.
A Suspicious Humane Agent.
In a house near the Browns there lives
a local agent of the Humane Soeiety. An
inquiry was started, and the Coroner was
quietly notified early yesterday morning.
Grant Miller, the Coroner's clerk, was
deputized to investigate the case, and after
a careful search through the house found a
well-developed infant buried in quick lime
in tbe cellar. The child had been buried
several days, and the lime had partially de
stroyed it, the feet and hands haying been
already eaten away by the alkali.
"When confronted with the evidence of
lie r crime the girl confessed. The child
was born early last Friday mornins She
said she had rolled it in a blanket and
placed it at the foot of the bed, but later,
finding it dead, had taken it to the cellar.
Her sister had subsequently covered it
A post mortem examination held yester
day showed that the child had died either of
strangulation or neglect It had ben fully
developed, and born alive and well. The
Coroner's jury returned a verditt of mur
der, and the girl was brought to jail bv
Grant Miller. On the way to the train Ed
Brown, tbe stepfather, was called
from his engine and the situation
explained to him. Brown had never sus
pected anything of the kind, and the blow
caused him to fall to the ground in a faint
"When he recoered he insisted on accom
panying the erring girl to the jail, which
he was allowed to do. The man seemed to
age ten years on the trip.
MURRAY'S gossip from national political
headquarters a feuture or TIIE DlhPATCH
Delay In npplyinz for a policy of Hfe Insur
ance, but do it now. Delays are dangerous.
Apply anywhere, nnt be sure tint you get
the most liberal policy devised, not in any
one paiticular, but eyery particular.
Take any unless it is uniestrictcd as to resi
lience and travel from date of issue, incon
testable after two jears and non-teltable
utter three yeais, with a guaranteed cash
suriender from yeai to year plainly stated
on its luco.
Take a policy without a return of premiums
after ten yurs and a "loan clause" at
tached. This prevents a "squeezing out"
proce-s and preents a forieltuie at tho
period most beneficial to the insured.
Be doludcd by tho "bigness" of a company,
as size is no indication of stienmh. "A bal
loon isabfg thing, but a cccoanut contains
15" satisfied with a large return, bnt take it
w itli the company git in,r you the largest re
Apply for insurance in any company but the
Home Life insert;. en COMrT of New
Toik; the only company that can fulfill the
Neglect to send your ago and address to tho
nndersisrned, who will lorward you a state
ment of the cost and profit accruing on the
hest insurance policy devised; issued Dy tin
stroncat, most iibenl and conservatiye
l-lio Insurance Conip lines in existence.
II. li AIofskr. Jlanascr,
631 Wood etieet,
Mek'b cork sole shoes at Cain's, 503 Alaiket
MEETINGS AND NOTICES.
Dn. jno. coorER. jr., has kemovfi) nis
offices from 42 N. Diamond St.. Allegheny, to
rooms 42 and 43 V estlufioiise building, l'bjc. tar
nost-. throat and ihcst diseases. Hours 1 to 4 r. Ill
OTICE-KrJMOVAL-MR. V. McAHDLK
J will remoiexrom 140 5th ay. to 61S Penn ay
about tept. 5 He will open with a rich and stylish
asuirtinentiif Imported and domestic suitings.
TO. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN?
Tliis Is to certifv that Mr. A. Y. Lee has been
duly othorl7ed by the committee of arrangements
lor the celebration of Columbus Day. October "1
JS92, to prepare the official proeraonmc or the
a. I. GOUKLEY. Chairman.
Pittsburg. Pa.. Sept. 30, ism.
Fibst Natioval Bak PiTTSBtjna. Vx. 1
PlTTfcMTHG. kept. 30. 1892. (
D1VIDEXD-THK DIUEtrrohV OF Tills
banl. have thH dar ileclared a quarurlv
dlvldend of 1 Wi PER CENT on tut) capital stock,
payable on demand, free of tax.
J. P. bCULLY. Cashier.
Central Bank. i
PITTSBURG. PA., hept. 27. IS32
TirvTDEND-THE HOARD OF DIRECTOR- uK
Xj this bauk hai this day declared a quarterly
dividend of ONE AND ONE-HALF (is) PER
CENT out of the earnings of the past quarter, pay
able on demand at the banking house. No. 47 Firth
v. O. C. DAY13. Cashier.
totiCe-application will be made
Xi to the Governor ori'ennsrlvania onMON I) AY.
October IT. 1&92, under the provisions of the gen
eral corporation actor Aprils). If74. and the sup
plements lliento. for a cha.ter of Incorporation or
the Franlt-Kneeland Machine Company by Isaac
W. Frank. Edward Kneeland, James J. DonncU.
1 II Ham Metcair.J.H,Pnrdyand others. The object
of tbe proposed corporation is the manufacture or
iron or steel or both, or any otber metal or article
or commerce, from metal, wood or both. A, II.
NEkfEK. Solicitor Tor Applicants.
J3- Classified real estate aOvertisementt on thu
pane ten cent per line Jar each insertion, and
none taken for leu than twenty cento.
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MALE HELP, DOARDIVO.
FEMALE HELP. BOARDERS
PERSONALS TO LET ROOMS
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALES.
LO?T AND FOUND.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH.
Cor. Smlthdeld anil Diamond Streets,
BRANCH OFFICES A"! FOLLOWS. TCTIFW:
WANTS. FOR SALF.. TO LET. AND OTHER
TItANSIFNT ADVERTISEMENTS WILL BE
Kl CEIVEU UP TO 9 P. M. FOR INSERTION.
Advertisements nould be prepaid unless adver
tisers already haye accounts with Tub DISPATCH.
FOR ALLEGHENY, NO. 107 FJJJERAL ST..
FOR THE SOUTHS1DF, NO. JI CARSON
STREET. TELEPHONE NO. 102.
FOR TIIE i.AST AND. J. W. WALLACE, 613
rrTTsnTmo addition al.
TnOMA's MCCAFFREY, MOPittler street.
EM1L G. bTUCKr.Y. 24th street and Penn avenue.
F. n. FGl.EIISASON. Ohio and Chestnut streets.
THOMAS 11 cIIKNKY. Western and Irwin avenues.
I RE you n ralhollc? Are yon unemployed? will
n. you work ror SIS per week? write to me at
once. J R day. 191 Madison sthlcagoIII.
ARTIST Twogood drapery workers at once.
Apply Great W estcrn ( oni Lie Co.. 10 and 12
Federal st . Allegheny, toom 31.
VKER Good bread baker,
bainple. Washington. Pa.
Apply to John
BARBER Immediately at No. 84 Washington St.,
BARDERto help out Saturday. No. i32 Fifth
pARBER-For Saturday. US Ohio st.
BLACKSMITH First-class blacksmith who Is
iccusto ied to all kinds ofrorgtngs. light and
licavv. and ran use the steam hammer. Address
b. C. Shepparrt. 315-317 Ninth St., Louisville. Ky.
Ot Frrandbov: must be a bright boy and ac
quainted with the citj. Call at The Dawes
liY Errand boy. Call at 5T First av.
C IAN VASTER Stl-irynnrt expenses from start;
' steady work; good chance lor advancement.
Brown Bros. Co., Nurser) men, Rochester, N. Y.
C'lAN YASjSERS Few good men: good ry
J Wheeler & llson Mfg. Co . 6 blxth st.
'OACHMAN For livery: none but cxpe-lenced
' and one aequalnied in the city need apply. J.
It. Morcland. 61(0 Penn av.
pOACHMAi.-Muat be first-class, at No. 1 Cliff
stead) work. Chas. FalkA Co.. Grcensburg,
"TiKUG CLERK, with some experience and good
1 1 recommendations, to take charge of store In
town near l'ltubnrg:good salary to right man. Call
In person on lqiidai,Oclober3 between 4andGr.
w. S. Otis ReeVes. No. 60 Elm St.. city.
KITG CIXKKGon(I salary to right party. Ad-
aresit:s r. x., uispaica omce.
KNTKT CLERK; mut be a BinEle man and
qrick atfiRures. Address In own handwriting
where last employed age and salary expected,
Notions. Dispatch offlc.
"I70UH.MAN for stone qnarryta man who can
JL; quarry rouble stone and footings; a sleadr place
lor&xood man. Address A. B.. Dispatch office.
TIT AN An all-aronnd newspaper man on a conn
SSi try daily newspaper. Address K Dispatch
otSce. Situation permanent.
"At" AX for dining-room. Hotel Pennsylvania, 1137
Libertv av., city.
AM -To prime sash. 711 New Grants!.
MEN We want reliable men. who are already
traveling salesmen, to carry our lubricants as
n side line: rtve references and territory. Mauu
facturers' OH Co., Cleveland, o.
MLN lor specialty: best in market: quick seller;
profits large. Apply at once J. Bride Co.,
Box 1033. JiewYork.
METAL PATIERNMAKER on patterns for
Iron nine fittings and Talvrs. Apply to the
Kelly A Jones Co., Greeusburg. Pa
PRINTER Flrt-classjob compositor can ohtaln
steady employment with Jos. Elchbaum t Co.
T EPRESENTATIVE Alive, wide-awake repre
JLv sentatlve to represent us In every locality: one
with vim, vigor, pluck aud push can easily make
S250 per mouth: no peddling goods; something en
tirel ncw; staple as flour: send ror full particulars
tn-aay. Adrcss Alanufacturers, P. O, Box 5303,
SALESMAN On saiarr or commission, to nandle
the new patent chemical Ink erasing pencil;
the ereatest selling noveltv ever produced: erases
Ink thoroughly In two seconds: no abrasion of
paper: 1C0 to 5i0 per cent profit; one agent's sales
amounted to (6J0 In six days, another 32 In two
hours; we Mrant one energetic general agent for
each State and Territory. For terms and parties
lars address the Monroe 1 rascr Manufacturing
Company. X, 10. La Crosse. Is.
SALESMAN Carpet salesman; to an energetic,
sober and experienced man we offer a perma
nent position, with good chances for advance
ment. Address, -with full particulars, salary
wanted. The E. M. MtGlllln Co., Young.town, O.
SALESMAN-ltellahle salesman to sell lubricat
ing oils and bpeclaltles excluslvelv or as a 6lde
line. Address Atlantic Refining Co., Cleveland, o.
SALESMEN-Who can easily make Mi to 175 per
week, selling tne celebrated Plniess Clothes
Line or the Famons Fountain ink Eraser; patents
recently issued; sold only by salesmen, to whom
we give exclusive territory; the Plniess Clothes
Line Is the on y line ever Invented that holds
clothes without pins a perfect success; the Fount
ain Ink Eraser Is entirely new, will erase Ink In
stantly, and is king of all: on receipt of 50c will
mall sample of cither, or sanmle of both for 11. with
circulars, price lists and terms: secure yourterrl
urYaiuuce. J ne limns noiues Line v., x0,
17 liermon st.. Worcester. Mass.
SHOEMAKER A good shoemaker for repair
work; none but good workmen need apply. Ap
ply to Elsenbels jt Co.. S3 Ohio st., Allegheny.
SOLICITORS for city and auiiccnt towns. Pltts
bnrgSult Club Company. No. s; Sixth av.
STENOGRAPHER-iirlght young man, unem
ployed, to take one month's dictation with
guarantee of position at end of month: no charge
until position Is secured. Fgr particulars address
Dictation, Dispatch office.
CTENOGRAPHER-Youngman; beginner. Call
O to-day at 315 SmlthBeld st.
TRAVELING BALFSMLN to sell baking powder:
to the right men liberal 6alary aud com. con
tracts will be made; experience not necesstry: if
you answer any ad In this column answer this one.
U. S. Chemical Works, 840-845 Van Buren, Chicago..
YOUNG MAN A smart, steady young mtn to
1 work In grocery store; reference required.
Call at 19.8 Penn ay.
AGENTS-We ofTer to general agents and can
vassers exclusive territory, free newspaper
advertising, a chance to deliver goods heforepay-
iujc ior tueiu, uuiDea&e pronis ana a permanent
"business. Address Consolidated, Lynn, Mass.
AGENTS can earn ft to S:i a day selling to mer
chants our cash disccunt checks; steady wort,
commission or salary: exclusive territory, Cin
cinnati Discount Check Co., Cincinnati, O.
A GENTS for Rex Carpet Stretcher; 140 per cent
profit: send Sic Tor nickel-plated sample and
terms. Hex Mfg. Co.. Fitchburg, Mass.
. GENT S3 to f7 dally; experleuce unnecessary.
L Putman A Co., perfumers, TV est W insted. Ct.
Female Help Wanted.
COOKS, housework girls, places waiting for Mon
day: situations free. Elite, 442 Penn av.
COOK A good cook; reference Squired. SO
Sherman av,, Allegheny.
I?EMALEitenogranher: quick worker and one
' who has had experience in office work, Ao
drcssP. O. Pox 941. Pittsburg. j
IRL For general housework; German glrlpre-
lerrea; no warning, inquire no. zsis 1'enn
GIRL Competent Protestant girl for general
housework, 110 Ridge ave., Allegheny,
AJJIKS -World's Fnlr work; home empiov-
South llend. Ind.
LADIES wishing to be artistic in dressmaking
and cutting. Mme. Stewart, moved to 932
XJ UltE GIRL abont 14 years or age at 164 Baena
1A Vista St., Allegheny ; call aTWr 4) o'clock Mon
SALESLADY First-class saleslady rbr house
rnrnlshlng goods: references required. Max
Markowltz, 1014 Carson st.
House girls, cooks, chambermaids, nurses,
seamstress. 10 'third St.. Allegheny.
Tlotel, Dlnlnc and Lunch Booms.
HOTEL FrUERAL. 171Jidcnl St.. Allegheny,
tl 60. tl day: sieclal rates when permanent.
VISIT Keyan's ladles'and gents' dining rooms. PCS
Penn ave. ; business men'sdlnner; ladles' uoon
lunch: meals anytime; everything In season.
Fire Insurance Wanted.
TJENWANUlili ZAU-Ht JMHTMea. U
X Fourth ay.
Male and Female Help Wanted.
JTELP Atonce. col man to assist about house,
Xl ten teamsters. laborers, farm hands, hotel
cooks, chambermaids, dining room girls, dish
washers, pantry-cleanlug girls, family cooks,
chambermaid, laundress, waitress, nurse, house
rlrls. col. elrls. German hnusekcener. girl ror
plain sewing And assist with nursing. Median's,
ou urani st.
HELP Cooks ror families, S4 to S: chamber
maids, dining room girls, lnundresses. nurses.
SOOhousegirls. German and colored girls, hotel and
restaurant help, cooks ror boarding houses, por
ters, drivers, larm hands, while and colored wait
ers. M. J. Dolan, successor to Mrs. Thompson, 608
POSmON-By man, aged 28. to do an? kind or
office work; cau refer to present employers,
with whom I have worked for over years, and
others. Address N, P. D Dispatch office.
POSITION as bookkeeper, clerk and general
office man by an experienced young man;
steady position more preferable titan salary. Ad
dress W. E. L. L., Dispatch office.
POSITION In a drug store by vonng man; have
v had 5 mo. in tfchool of Pharmacy, 4 mo. in
store: want to learn trade. Address Box 494, Mc
Kce's Rocks P. O., Pa.
POSITION By a young man of one year's ex
perience, a position as mechanical draughU
man. Draughtsman, Dispatch office.;
IjOSITION Work abont 3 hours per day In office
by a young man who Is a good, rapid penman.
Address w. L., Dispatch office
IJOSITION By a first-class seamstress on cliH
. dren's clothing and fine white work. Address
b. C, East Liberty poslofflcc.
POSITION as paper cutter; experienced on im
proved Acme. Address Cutter, Dispatch office.
JOSITION Bv flrst-clas, experienced salesman.
Address G. J.. Dispatch office.
SITUATION By a competent rarmer and herds
man: best of reference given; 5 years' expcrl
euoe from last place: no Incumbrance. Apply to
Juhn Ashbarner, Glenshaw. AlleghenyCo., P.
SITUATION As puddle boss by a party or 12
years" experience In one or the largest mills in
Pittburg; can give best or reference. Address P.
B , Dispatch office. "
bITUATION-Bv driver: understands shipping;
best of references given. Address Driver, Dis
SITUATION as pianist by experienced young
lady. Address X. X.. Dispatch office, Al
Business Opportunities Wanted.
WANTED-tfSOto $350 buys a safe and reliable
business needed in every clty;rlll pay from
$100 to IJOO per month uet profit: exclusive terri
tory given and complete outfit furnished: send for
illustrated book. a. T. Thompson & Co., UTre
mont row, Boston, Mass.
TTTANTED A prosperous publishing house, es
IV tabhshed S5 years In Chicago, on account of
retiring member oners nnc opening to good office
mandislringto lmcst fio.OOO to WO. 000 with ser
vices. Address with references S. 31, care Lord
& 1 liomas, Chicago.
PUPILS We have a pleasant and conveniently
arranged department for ladles desiring to at-tend-our
night chool; private Instruction given In
bookkeeping, penmanship, arithmetic, shorthand,
typewriting, etc. ; day and night schools ror young
men and womtn open the entire year: write ror
free pictorial catalogue. Actual Business College,
No. a Sixth av.
STUDENTS to learn bookkeeping and business
practice by correspondence: new features;
spc lal rates; send lor circular. Walton Woolsey,
Auditor and Accountant, 9S Fourth av.
Crajons, Fliototrraphg and Materials.
1 EVERYBODY to call at Davis Mahan's, 43 Fifth
ll av.. and see the beautllul panel photographs
at ft a dozen: finest In the city ior the money.
IF you want first-class photographs see Stewart's
satln-flnlsh cablaet photos; also fine crayon
portraits, at his new galleries, 60 Federal St., Alle
gheny. Boarders and Lodgers Wanted.
OARD (3 50 per week: nice homelike table. 109
ram way, Auegneny.
OCCU PANTS for a ntcelv furnished room suita
ble for one or two gentlemen, with all conve
niences. 034 Fifth av.
OCCUPANTS ror lurnished rooms; reierenrcs
required. 23 Montgomery av.. Allegheny.
WANTED Two respectable men for rooms: St
per-ncek; all conveniences. 287 North av.,
WANTED-Boarders and lodgers. 53 Montgom
ery ay., Allegheny.
PARTNER Splendid chance to make money;
busluess legitimate. Call or address 3uslness,
73 Beaver ay.. Allegheuy City, Pa.
-iTTATtTES SOMEItS CO.. 131 Fourth av..
Kj Pittsburg. Pa. Loan Department Money to
loan on real estate in any sums desired. Lowest
rates of interest, quick and economical service.
George Piper, manager.
JOHN K. EWIAG A CO., 107 Federal St., make
MON EY to loan at lowest market rates on nond
and mortgage; no delay. Reed 13. Coyle &
Co., Cor. Fourth ay. aud Grant st.
ONEY to loan on mortgages; lowest Interest;
no Lax. j&aacju., icnqocs, t rourinar.
ONEY to loan on mortgage; no delav; lowest
inieresr. Jiowara isrown, lai rourtn av.
ONEY to loan on mortgages; lowest Interest;
no aeiay. uiaci. & uairu. vo a ourtn av.
MORTGAGFS for J1.500. 81,800 and 8i400 on im
proved East End property: piinclpals only
need apply. Garber i Co., 6116 I'eunav., East
End; telephone 5423.
MOHTGAGES-We have 3.500to loan at 4K per
cent: 110,1)00 at 5 percent, and (50,000 at 6 per
rent. Call on or address Hammer, Ktai Co., SO
MORTGAGES on city or Auegneny county
property at lowest rates. Henry A. Weaver
i. Co., 92 Fourtb av.
TO LOAN ,200,000 on mortgages: J100 and up
ward at 6 per cent; 8500, COO at 4M per cent on
residence or business property, vacant lots or
farms. S. II. French, 125 Fourth av.
WANTED Mortgages on improved city or Alle
gheny city property, McCuua A Coulter, 08
I?LFCTRICMfg. and SupplvCo.,310 Bissell block,
j Pgh.. C4Iederal. Allegh'v: incandescent and
electrical repairing a specialty;
KLTTLE A cast Iron kettle, second hand. In
good condition, and with capacity of at least
ten barrels. N. G. Ayres Co., Main and Cherry
sts., Allegheny, Pa.
)AINHM, and riate Glass glazing. K.C Miller.
52B Grant St.. Pittsburg.
PATENTS U. 8. and foreign; fees ptvaoie on
success. J. H. Stevenson, solicitor, 100 Fifth ay.
aTEN 1"s O. D. Levis (JO years), solicitor. 1-1
Fifth av., next Leader, Pittsburg: no delay.
rf'RtJNHb named to ami from tne Kast End for
X fifty cents. Campbell A Davis, No. 12 Seventh
ay. Telephone 278.
WANTED All business men to know that tbe
Office specialty Co., lOo Third av.,keep in
Hock the latest and best office furniture, filing
cabinets and labor-saving office specialties; work to
order and metallic vault fixtures are among their
WANTED-1,000 gentlemen to call early at 5S
Federal st. aud procure a bargain In light
weight shoes; we are selling off our flue summer
goods at one-hair price. Public shoe House, 5S
Federal St.. Allegheny. Pa.
WANTED-1, COO ladles to atteud the great clear
ance sale or light rootwiar; everything in
summer goods will be sold at one-hair price. Pub
lic anue uuuse, oo r euerat si., jviicajiieuy, i a,
WANTED First-class storehouse bv respon
sible party Indlstilct bounded by Third,
Smlthfleld. Penn and Seyenthavs. Address H.T.B.,
WANTED bhanahan Transfer Co. move, pace
and store household goods: teams and one
horse wagons lor hire. 150 Water at,; telephone
WANTED Motors rewound and adapted to the
new 500-volt circuit. J. L. Hajs A Co., 830
V ANTED Electrical repair work or all kinds
tl at short notice, J. L. Hays A Co., 830 Lib-
ANTKf) Set or G. M. Hopkins' city atlas.
DUD and photo engraving; nalt tones; clectro-
lypmjc. jranuoii. aouuurm.y.
Horses, Vehicles, Live Stock For Sale,
DELIVERY wagons Delivery wagons all style
our own make. Wm. Beckert, 340 to 144 Ohio
St., Allegheny, 'telephone 3420.
HORSE An elegant trotting horse, the finest
pony and cart, Alderney cow. three sets har
ness, carriage mid buggy, the owner having no
lurther use Ior them. Apply at 582 Pehn av.
HOKSHjind mares 80 head, sold for want of
use, washing from 1,400 to 1,700 lbs.: give
you pick or stable. Chant. Lake Ice Company,
MARE Bay fflitc; sound and kind: or would let
out ror winter for teed. Address John, Dis
patch office. ,
PONIES Pair or beautiful spotted Exmore pony
mares. 48 Inches hlvh: also several fine Shet
land ponies: send for price list J. H. btraub.
Lock Box 285, Voungitowb, O.
Bubber Stamps and btenclls For Sale.
GET your rubber stamps, stool sumps, stencils,
seal presses, brass checks! etc. from Sheaffer
A Co., 4 Filth ay,. Duff's CoHVg building.
RUBBER stamp and seal factory, the largest in
Pittsburg, at 52 Fourth ar. t McMahon Bros.
JTENCIL8. steel stamp,
J Deal presses, rubber sumps, tto. '
w. a Bpntlnc 20 Firth ay,, cor. Market.
WANTED nveryone wno wants tne finest and
cheapest wall paper in America to send fqr
samples; sent free to any address. G. G. O'Brien,
Paint and Wall 1'aper Store. 2S2 Fifth av.
PIANO A fine upright piano, cost 1375: will sell
for t!75. Address Necessity, Diapatgi office.
PIANO Fine upright piano, nearly new, cheap.
, 40 Montgomery av Allegheny.
Machinery and Metals For Sate.
BOILERS and engines, second hand: all sires,
from 4 to 100 h. p.: cheapest In the market: 64
boilers and engines In stock, stationary and porta
ble, upright boilers, mounted rann engine, etc. i
steam pumps, governor, pulleys and shafting.
Telcphouo 3401, 33-J5 Park way. J. : YoungrAl
ENGINE-One 10x30-lnch slldo valve engine in
firsl-cliss condition: complete with governor;
South Bend wood pulleys with Iron hub and iron
bushing; steam vacuum pumps, syphons. Injectors;
new and second-hand engines, boilers, pumps and
machinery. J. B. bherrlff Mfg Co., 63 Water st.
ELEVAIOK A hand power elevator, nearly
now, or 1,500 pound's capacity: will be sold
cheap. Inquire Joe Y. Caughey, No. 6-T) Walnut
St., McKeesport, Pa.
' Miscellaneous For Sale,
ClOUNTER-Marble top counter, range. 20-gtllon
J coffee urn, gas stoves, full restaurant outfit at
118 5th av.
DESK Roll top uesk, standing desk, fiat top
desk, letter press, letter file, safe; cheap. 58
NCYCLOPJSDIA BRITANNlCA-Jnst new;
never been used; j. Address A, B. Books,
OR SALK Showcases-rive fiue large show
cases at half price: good asnew. Inqulrcnt J.
G. Bennett 4 Co. 's stand. Exposition building.
FURNITURE of two rooms complete; good as
new. atsurerrysvllleav., Allegheny.
JOIST 80.000 leet of hemlock Joist and 40,000 reet
white pine Joist: 10,000 feet Norwav: 8.500 fiet
1, 2. 2Si and 3-lnch oak: lot other lumber; must be
sold to close out business. Franklin i, Preble,
PRINTERS' stands and cases ior sale cheap: a
prompt buyer will get a bargain: second-hand
sawtablo in good condition; sold because space
needed. Apply Dispatch busluess office.
T IFLE Finest Winchester sporting rifle: 40
JX caliber, new. Address Winchester, Dispatch
PO PRINTERS-100 'ype cases and a few stands
X in good order lor sale cheap. Apply The Dis
patch Counting ltooms.
Business Opportunities For Sale,
GROCERY With extensive trade; fine room In
best location: nice frcdi stock: Invoice 11.600;
rare bargain. Addrets C. II. Folsom, Lima, O.
HOTEL Lease and furniture ror sale. Canton.
O.: a large prick hotel, hullt I8S8; elegantly
lurnished: has4J rooms and all modern Improve
ments; located in the beautiful city of Canton,
having a population of 30,000 and being the county
seat of the best county In the State of Ohio; the
hotel Is located wltnln 300 y ards of the large Deuber
A Hamprlen Watch and Case Works, employing
2,000 skilled workmen; also situated at ihe ter
minus of the Canton and Masslllnn electric car
line; in fact, a splendid location lu a booming and
growing city; a fine opening lor an energetic hotel
man: It Is ror sale or rental owing to the death or
the proprietor. Address Chas. Krlchbaum,a.m'r.,
care Harter A Krichbaum. att'vs at law. Canton,
HOTEL furniture and lease, with extensive
transient trade; the leading house Inagruw
lng county seat in Western Ohio; fine brick house
opposite Court House; 60 rooms furnished with
new and modern furniture: large bar business;
will sell one-half Interest for 3.7o0 on reason ible
tern.s; eight years' lease; rare opening. Address
C. 11. Folsom. Lima, O.
HALF INTEREST In a re'lable wholesale and
retail business in Pittsburg: capital required,
115, 000 to (20, 0UC:a good position goes with the lu ter
es!; none hut responsible pirson need apply, ad
dress W. E.. Dl9patch office, giving full name.
HARDWARK store, tin roofing and plumbing
business. 81,200; good stuck of shelf good9,
full set or tinners' and plumbers' tools: good trade;
this Is at a big sacrifice, as the owner is golug
South. Perciva. A Gaston, 439 Grant st.
TIT EAT MARKET Finest in the city: doings
U-s. caan Dusiness averaging a
abont 11,500 per
week : goo 1 reasons lor selling.
Market, Dispatch office.
ROUTE Address II., Dispatch
RETAIL boot and shoe store on a good street In
Allegneuy: stock all In prime order: an excel
lent opening. Jas. W. Drape A Co., 813 Wood st.a
CHOESTORE Dally sales about 80 per day and
O Increasing fastb elegant room near postoffice
In this growing city; nice fresh stock: Invoice
86. COO; rare opening to get a monev-maklng busi
ness. Address C. II. Folsom. Lima, O.
TEAM LAUNDRY for sale In Du Bols. Clear-
neid co., cueap ror casn. isox 21 Du bols. pa.
JTOKE and fixtures; small. 610 Smithfield st.
Business Properties For Sale.
BUSINESS and residence property one-hair
square from Federal St.; almost new and
rented for over ti 300 a year; price S': 2,000 on terms
tosiUt. George S. Cotton fc Co , 64 Federal st.,
Allegheny, Pa. , ,, ,
PROPERTY A Third av. property within about
one square or the new Government building,
two squares or the Court House and also near to
thenew B. A O. depot and the new depot to bo
erected at the head or Fourth av. by the l'enusjl
vaula Co. C. H. Love, 93 Fourth av.
SEVERAL properties in the old part or the city
that arc a safe and sure Investment; some of
them are large properties, as much as 60 feet front
and runnlug through from street to street, being 160
feet deep, etc. C. 11. Love. No. 83 Fourth ay.
Cjpr 500 Two houses, brick and frame, suitable
U) for business and residence: brick contains
9 rooms andrrame 6 rooms; total rent $55 per
month: lot 45x65; plice 85,500, on terms to suit.
George S. Cotton A Co., 64 Federal St., Allegheny.
Manufacturing Sites For Sale.
MANUFACTURING property in the city, with
railroad switch thereto; large lot and brick
building, with engine, boiler, shafting and :ther
machinery, stable, etc : good location for a manu
facturing business. Jas. W. Drape A Co , 313
Wood St., Pittsburg.
ANUFACTUlilNG BITES In both cities and
in suburbs, with and without buildings and
machinery, with be.t ofrallroad aud water facil
ities. Call or address T. H. Dickson, 111 Fourth
av.. room 45.
rOB SALE LOTS.
LOTS in the Dean Park plan. Twenty-first ward,
and Norton plan. Thfrty-6ccond ward. Pitts
burg, and in the Whltcley place plan, Uklusburg;
prices low and terms easy; mortgages wanted,
McCunc A Coulter, 9.i Fourth av.
LOTS on Bluft and Vlckroy sts., near college.
Robert Coward, 20 Bluff St.
East End Lots For Sale.
C1ENTERAV. lots. 48x178. only 8?,C00 each; street
J improvements and sewers paid for; choice lo
cation : first-class Improvements: on a main thor
oughfare; a limit' d number only offered at this
rrlce; terms to suit. beeM. P. Uowley A Son, 91
ORALE Choice building lots on Stanton av..
East End: 6 minutes from Center and Negley
electric line: street paved; only 8450 each; will all
be sold In a rcw davs; iryon want a bargain applv
quick. Garber A Co., 6116 Penn av,. East End.
SCHENL-Y PARK lots 50x150. or greater front
age Hdeslred, on Woodland avenue, between
Forbes avenue and Scbenley Park; beautifully sit
uated; on Squirrel Hill Street Railroad, also within
short distance of cable and Duquense Hues; as
phaltnm pavement and all other Improvements;
cheap: easy terms. Apply 5100 Forbes or 20 Filth
avenus. Frank F, Nicola.
SCHENLEY PARK Level lots 25 to 30 teet front
and 90 to 170 feet deep; hare city water; over
10i houses have been built un property this year;
they adjoin Schenley Park, Twenty-third ward;
pries, from fUO to 8600 each, on moutnly pav
lnems: Second avenue electric cars run through
property. Peter Shields, 533 Grant st.
Suburban Lots For Sale.
AVONDALE PLACE plau of lots and Homer
st. : finest location in tho city; street pived
'and sewered; lot 40x120; having the exclusive sale
ofa number of tbe choicest lots In this plan, will
offer special inducement to party wishing to build.
Geo. W. Ache, 127 Fourth av.
CAHARTIETtS LOTS-Fine building lots at Char
""tlero (MeKee's Rocks borough): 8250 and up
ward, according to size and location; the roost
accessible or any suburb or Pittsburg: 10 minutes
by the P. A L. E. R. It.; ii minutes by Chanters
packets: 20 mlnntes by new electric line (now
almost completed) from root or Firth ave. ; these
lotsrronton line or electric road: are centrally
located In the midst ofa population of about 3,000;
Chartlcrs now has one large steel works, one roll
ing mill, one bridge works, one coke works, the
P. A L. E. B. It. shops, besides several smaller
manufactories and other large concerns have pur
chased land for factory sites. For plans and partic
ulars, call or address T. H. Dlcason, 111 Fourth
ave,. Boom 43.
LOT-120xI37. on Ktlly St., Brushton; price and
terms easy: location first-class, Howard
Brown. 151 Fourth ay.
YERY cheap lots on South and Franklin sts.,
Wllkinsburg, near P. it. R. station, and on
line of Dnquesne electric railway. McCune A Coul
ter, 98 Fourth ay.
I7 ILKINSBU HG lnts-The most desirable for
vv residence purposes In Wllkinsburg: 2mlnules
from electric line. 5 minutes Irom P. It It. depot;
stone walks: sewer: building restrictions: sur
rounded by the best improvements in the 1 lllage; If
yon are desirous ora first-class location this Is your
opportunity. Hoffman A Baldrldge, Wllkinsburg,
WILK1NSBURG-A fine large lot, 50x170 reet;
price only 11,000; very pleasant location. Jas.
W. Drape Co., 313 Wood St.. Pittsburg.
Farms For Sale.
DAIRY, stock or chicken farm About 70 acres;
Mi miles from Baden station; cold spring;
spr(ig house ror milk; 5-rooin house, etc.: take
house in part pay. send stamp ror particulars and
new larm and exchange list. N. F. Hurst, agent,
Aocnesier, l a.
FARMA nice larm If 56 acres with good dwell
tnp hntisn. ham. .arore orelurd nlpntv of
water, etc.; near the city; :5 minutes' walk from
R. R, station. Jas. W. Daje A Co., 313 W ood St.,
Pittsburg. , V
FOR SALE or exenange A farm or 130 acres,
with dwellings, outbuildings, orchard., water,
etc, etc.; one mile f roar railroad station; about 15
miles from the city; will sell or exchange on tho
basis of $40 an acre, Jas.', ty. Drape A Co.. Ill
Wood street, Pituburg, S
Coal Lands For Sale.
1300 Acres Third pool coal, with large nver
frontage and best of shipping faculties. T.H.
Dickson, ill Fourth ay., room 45,
FOB SALETMPBOVJED REAL ESTATE.
BLUFF ST.. near college New brick house. 8
rooms, hall, bathroom. Inside and outside w.
c.; all late Improvements; terms to suit, Bobt,
VVMU4U, M DIHUBl,
LAWRENCEVILLE-Atyonr own price; news
room frame house; also, 2 lots. B. J. tyU
lains, 143 Fourth ay.
ON easy payment plan, neat little homes: 5 rooms
aud bathroom. Junction or Wylie and Center
avs; afew hundred dollars down: balance t20 per
month. J. C. Rcllly, 80 Diamond st.
OWN your home I will build you a house to suit
you on a lot on line or cable cara. only 10 min
utes from Court House: take a small payment
down, balance same as rent. A. Banck, 441 Grant
SIX. seven-room brick houses, with halls, cellar,
both gases, in good order, near icable cars
Fleventh ward; will sell singly: small cash pay
ments, balance monthly lr desired. G. W. Kaukln,
115 Fifth avenue.
00 800 cash ror a neat little home. 4 rooms only,
TAj with good cellar, but it has a nice country
like appearauce: grapevines, trees and shrubbery;
a few.inlnutes' walk from Center av., on Craig St.;
lot 30 reet front, J. C. ltellly, 80 uiamona st,
uj... 9vv iur iwui; one iwimvij ,,mt w.
tjpi-1) rooms, and one two-story brick of 4 rooms:
rentatt28 per month: Bedford ay near iultoti
st. J. C. Rellly, 80 Diamond st
, c. . ..... . . ..,.. ., nf A
ffil 950-New house, 5 rooms, hall, vestibule,
WjJLj etc.: desirably located on ML Wash.: also.
4-room lnjuse. (1,550. B. J. Wl Hams. 143 Fourth
East End Besldences For Sale.
EAST END-A. neat brick dwelling of 8 rooms,
bith and all other modern appliances and in
excellent condition throughout: large lot; grass
plot front, side and rear: good neighborhood t eon
tignous to cable cirs; possession atonce. Jas. .
JJrape A CO., 313 wood St., riltsoarg.
ORSALE-WI11 takeltMOO lcs than cost for
house No. 614 Flflllav.. corner of Jumon-
Vliust,, at auction sale on saturuay, ucioocn, at
2 J". M. on the premises: a really complete and ele
gant residence; will be sold at a bargain. For par
ticulars see B,ark A Balrd. 95 Fourth at.
FOR SALE East End property ir you contem
plate buying a home you will do well by call
ing on us: we have some excellent properties at
low prices. Garber A Co., 6116 Penn av.. East End.
WHIc piy rent when you can bny a modern
house with bathroom, inside w. c.f They
have front porches, built 20 feet back from street,
sewered, have city water, trees iu front: the lots
are trom 30 to 36 feet front; houses are built sep
arate, all different designs and sizes, having 4, 5. 6.
7 ana 8 rooms each; electric cars run through the
property: they adjoin the Greenfield avenue en
trance to Schenley Park; prices range from 81.800 to
(4,500; terms, one-fifth caih. balance you have ten
years to pay, same as rent; come and see the Im
provements made In six months: take Second av.
electric cars to Greenfield av., Twenty-rhlrd ward.
Peter shield. 533 Grant st.
"1 A 000 Fine Queen Anne Drlck dwelling,
lUi large lot. well located: 86.500. new Queen
nne frame, all thu modem improvements, on
good street, near center av; sd.&tx), sii.uoo. w.suo.
three new Queen Anne frame dwellings, with the
modern improvements, on good street, near Fifth
avenue; these properties should be seen before buy
ing. Call on Hammer, Rea A Co., 00 Diamond st.
(QiT 500 will buy an elegant stone-front residence
0 1 j situate on Craig St.. Bellefield. containing 8
rooms and storeroom, hill and vestibule. bath with
every convenience, hardwood mantels and cabi
nets, china closet and pantry, electrio light, laun
dry with stationary tubs, good dry cellar, etc.; lot
30x142 ft.: a great bargain. See Reed B. Coylo A
Co., cor. 4tll av. and Grant St.
8j0 300 cash A good two-story frame house of
IDj 0 rooms on paved and sewered street, very
convenient to all street car lines and East Liberty
station. Dennlston, Elderkln A Co.. Ltd.. 6232
Penn av., E. E. Tel. 53J7.
fl?f 500 will buy anew modern honse in East
Ox?) End; good neighborhood: near station and
electric cars; small pavineut down; balance same
as rent. A. Bauck,41l Grant St.
Allegheny Besldences For Sale.
ESPLANADES!.. Allegheny New brick I:
Particulars. W. V. Dermltt, 407 Grant.
I?EI)LRAl ST., Allegheny Two-story frame
. dwelling, 6 rooms, hall and vestlbu e, attic,
slate mantels, tile hearths, folding doors. Inside
shutters. city water, etc. : lot 30x165 ft, : only 82,700: a
bargain. Keed B. Coyte A Co., cor. 4th ay. ana
Grant at, ,
T ESIDENCE property In Allegheny of the late
XV Mr. Leonard Walters, Sr.. deceased, situate
on North Canal st. ; two-storied brick of 12 large
rooms, wide hall. bath, both gases and other of
the more recent Improvements; all in prime con
dition; elegant double lot: lawn front and side:
will be sold at less than value; terms to suit: Im
mediate possession given. Jas. W Drape A Co.,
313 ood St., Pittsburg
T) ESIDENCE A handsome double residence and
SX over an acre of ground, on Perrysvllle ay..
Allegheny; abundance or shade and fruit trees,
shrubbery, spacious lawn, copious flow of water:
12 large rooms in tbe residence, and modern
throughout In every particular: cin be bought at a
reduced price: immediate possession. James W.
Drape A Co., 313. Wood St., Pittsburg.
Suburban Besldences For Sale.
ClRAFTON New house or 6 rooms, hall, attic,
j cellar, etc., aud large lot, at Crafton. near R.
R, station: house now, being finished and can be
ready for occupancy in a few days. Jas. W. Drape
A Co., 813 Wood St., Pittsburg.
SEWICKLEY-Brlck house of 7 rooms: both
g-ises: water In house: front and back porches:
lot 60X150, fronting ou two ittreets; both streets
sldewak, curbed and pared; price S2. 800 if sold
soon, on terms to suit. George S. Cotton A Co,,
CI Federal St.. Allegheny.
1 n-ROOM HOUSE; new, with all modern im
XJ provements, and one acre of ground, near
Hawkins station, P. R. It. McCune A Coulter. 93
6 ACRES and small dwelling, near the city, at a
great bargain; cheapest property In the mar
ket, Jas. W. Drape A Co., 313 Wood St., Pitts
burg. For Exchange.
EXCHANGE Cosy rarm of 15 acres in gas and
oil belt near erona. Address Robert Irwin,
HAVE THE TITLE OF THE
PROPERTY OR MORTGAGE
YOU ARE ABOUT TO PUR
CHASE EXAMINED AND IN
SURED BY .THE FIDELITY
TITLE AND TRUST CO., 121 AND
123 FOURTH AYJSNUE.
ITS CAPITAL OF ONE MIL
LION DOLLARS IS A GUARAN
TEE WORTH HAVING.
BONDS OF SURETYSHIP,
For BANK and RAILROAD Employes.
For CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
For ADMINISTRATORS, ASSIGNEES,
TRUSTEES. COMMITTEES, RECEIVERS, etc.
Approved by the Courts, Municipal, State and
Approved upon all city contracts in Pittsburg
and Allegheny by special ordinances,
THE CITY TRUsT, SAFE DEPOSIT AND
SURETY COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA.
(Capital, rull paid 8500,000
Surplus , 150,000
A. McD. BAILET, A cent,
94 Fourth av., Pittsburg.
GEO. C. LEUP0LD,
LADIES' TAILOR AND DRESSMAKER,
Takes pleasure in announcing that lie. will be
at the Hotel Andorson. Pittsburg, MON
DAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, Octo
ber 3, lands, 1892, where he will show a very
fine assortment of cloths and dress materials
of bis own importation for fall and winter
wear; will be prepared to take measure and
guarantee fitting and style superior to any
J6U CHESTNUT ST., PHILADELPHIA.
JAS. M'NEIL & BR0.,
BOILERS, PLATE AND fcHKETIUON
With an lnoreased oapaolty and hydraullo
machinery, we are prepared to furnish all
work: in our line cheaper and better than by
the old methods. Repairing and general
inaouiue woric xwenty-ninm sires sau
Allegheny Valloy Railroad.
Very stylish and kind about cars; also
buggy and harness, nearly ner;cheap. Rear
437 Penn av. tts
Corroot Fall Suitings and Overcoatings.
. H. A C. F.'AHLERS,
ilerohant Tailors. U-. ISO Smithfield .
TOLET-Chcap houses. Firth av., opposite St,
Agnes' Church. Boho. Mrs. Qulnn.
East End Besldences To Let.
TO LET East End, close to 5th av. A large
brick dwelling; excellent location, corner lot:
11 spacious rooms, bath and all other modern con
veniences, and In perfect order throughout; an ex
tended lease will be given to an acceptable tenant:
Immediate possession. Jas. W. Drape A Co., 313
Wood St., Pittsburg.
fPO LET-A neat furnished dwelling in the East
X End. one square from electric tars; eight rooms
with bath and other modern improvements; Im
mediate possession; will rent to April 1. Jas. W.
Drape A Co.. 313 Wood St.. Pittsburg.
Allegheny Besldences To Let.
TO UET-182 North 4v fronting the parks, brick
house, 10 rooms: all modern conveniences:
newly painted aud papered throughout: elegant
location for roomers; rent VS0. John K. Ewlug. &
Co.. 10 t ederalsL
fTHE residence No. 99 Washington st., Alle
X gheny, near the parks: 8 rooms and all con
veniences. Examine the above property and get
particulars from John K. Ewlng A Co.. 107 Federal
TO LET-8I2-Nlce six-room frame house on Yale
st.. between Irwin av. and Overlook st.. hill
district Second ward, Allegheny. A. Leggate A
bon., 62 Fourth av.
TO LFT-For 6 months, rurnlshed house of 10
rooms on West Part, Allegheny. Address
California. Dispatch sfllce
TO LETWohiT K. Ewlng A Co.. 107 Federal St.,
headquarters fur Allegheny homes.' Get rrce
Booms To Let.
RCH ST., 63 Furnished room ror gentlemen.
BROAD ST . 6110. East End Furnished room,
second floor, with board, ror lady, at 6110
Broad st.. East End.
ROAD ST.. 6110. East End-Fnrnlshed front
room, second noor.witn board, for gentleman.
CIEDAIt AV.. 80. Allcgheny-Nlcely furnished
rooms racing parks; board If desired; bath and
CHESTNUT ST.. No. 17, Plttsburg-Furnlshed
front rooms 12 per week.
piGHTH ST., 14-Nice rooms and table board.
ISABELLA XT., No. 1G, AUeKheny-Nicely fur
MEYRAN AV., 220-Elegantly rurnlshed front
room, with alcove.
ONTGOMERY AV.. TSo.Sl. AHegheny-NIcely
furnished room with board.
PARK WAY. No. 46. near Federal st., Allegheny
Two (2) furnished rooms; hoard If desired.
ANDUSKY ST.. 97 Allegheny-Suit or rooms
ror4 or 6 gentlemen; board ir desired.
ITiO LFT-Flat4rooms: centrally located; 2I. In
X quire J. Freudenberf, 3o5 Forbes at.
Z beeaddit.onaf aieiM unaer Yautect .boarder
Bnsinoss Stands To Let
TO LET Room, with or without power; also,
storage room, drv kiln, capacity 30, xi rr ; will
lease kiln or dry lumber br contract. Head Bolt
Worts, Grant and Uoquet sts,. Allegheny. Apply
on premises or to II. A. Spangler. 'llilru National
ITU) LCI Business stand and dwelling: best lo
X cation in East End; storeroom 20x70 It. and 7
room dwelling; No. 274 frrankstown av.; all for
only 910 per month. Inquire of J. G. Simpson, 627
TO LET-bpace with power, cor. Penn and Third
as.: three floors: 20,000 feet space; abundant
power; good light: splendid location: every con
venience. Apply Mcola Bros., 20 Fifth an
rpo LET Hotel, centrally located, downtown
X district. 23 rooms; can give long lease to right
party cneap. Geo. V. Ache. 127 Fourth av.
O IXT-329 Liberty si.; large storeroom and
Offices, Desk Room, Et, To et.
TO LET Desk room, with nse or desk. ete.. on
first floor In rear part or our office. o.93 Fourth
av. ; good lllit. etc. : rent 5 per mouth and up
ward: beet location In tbe city. C. II. Love, 33
TO LET In the Ferguson block. Third and
Fourtb avs., a rew choice offices; day and
night e'ev&tor. electric clocks and janitor services
rree; rent low. BlaccA Balrd, No. 95 Fourth av.
rrcTLET-In the Hamilton building. 91-93 Fifth
X av.. choice offices, with all conveniences; rent
low. Black & Balrd. -No.SSl ourth ay.
TO LET Two fine offices In the Klath building.
Penn and Fraukstown avs.. E. . C, II. Love,
93 Fourth av.
fPO LET No 63 Carroll St., storeroom and dwell
X lng; rent low, John K. Ewlng & Co., 107
Misccllancons To Lets.
TO LET Vacant lot. SOxllO, with stable, corner
Fenn av.. Third st. and i-xchango alley.
Apply Mcola Bros.. 205th ay.
"PERSONAL Mrs. Dr. McGranor's Sure File
JL lure never tans, aou v yue av.
PERSONAL Dr. F. II. Dcterdlng. dentist, cor
ner of Ohio and James streets, Allegheny City.
EltSONAL-Visit Mrs. Elliott's hair dressing
and manicure parlors: superfluous hair re
moved by electric needle. 642 l'enn ay.
PERSONAL Credit, yes. credit, on line dress
goods, silks, satlns.wraps.eic.. at J. Dwyer's
Boom 4, McCance block. 701 bimthfleld.
PERSONAL Matrimonial; gentleman 33. or
X. means, desires to correspond with lady or
means. Address G. W.. Lock Box 49, Grand
PERSONAL Shanahn Transfer Co. move,
pack and store household goods: teams and
one-horse wagons for hire. 150 Water st. ; tele
PERSONAL Hair, moles, etc.. on ladles' fares
permanently destroyed by the electric needle
without pain or scar; cousultatlon rree. libs
htreng. office 903 Fenn ay., Dickson building.
PERSON AL-Ladles wishing to take Turko Face
Baths or face massage for removing blemishes
and Improving the complexion will please visit my
parlors at 903 Fenn av.. Pittsburg. Miss Sherwood.
PERSONAL Marriage paper containing hun
dreds or personal advertisements or ladles and
gentlemen, worth from !, 000 to $30,000. who want
to marry: mailed rree. Address Gunnels' Monthly,
PERSONAL By agreeing to pay SI.00 per week
or (10 per month you can get possession ora
gold or silver ladles or gents' watch at the Jewelry
store of John Mltsch, 130 Federal St., Allegheny,
Pa. Diamonds. Jewelry, silverware, clocks, etc.,
on similar terms
PERSON AL When I was a small boy m v mother
always repaired my breeches and Jacket, but
since I got to be a great big man. Dickson, the
well-known tailor, 63 Fifth av.. cor. W ood St.,
second floor, has been substituted, who now does
all my cleaning, pressing and renovating In great
shape. Tel. -nS.
T OST Ear trumpet. nlcWe plated, on a Wylie
av. or i iaaufc vauejr car. suuaiue rcnaru.
J. D. Bernd Co., 813 and 317 Liberty st.
LOST On Colwell st . between Jnmonvllle and
Dinwiddle sts.. string or gold bads and locket
bearing Initials M. It.: a'so contained portrait.
Reward lrieft at Jacob Rucli's, 306 Fifth av,
LOST Coon dog; lost north of Morganza, large
black hound dog with white ring around his
neck. The finder will be rewarded by notifying J.
M. Clark, 1818 Wharton St., Pittsburg.
LOST Dog: a red spaniel dog; answers to name
or Fred; he Jumped on a passenger tratu going
cast, at East Liberty, about uoon. the 19th; Sire
ward will be paid for bis return to 319 South
GERMANIA SAVINGS BANK,
Cor.'Wood and Diamond sta
Depostts or $1 and upw.ird received nnd
Interest pnld tbereon, commencing irom tbe
1st and 15th of each month.
Joa. Abel, President: A. E. Succod, Vica
President; A, E. Niemann, Secretary: H. W.
WJlker, Treasuter; Geo. W. Guthrlo, Solic
itor. Directors: Jos. Abel, A. Groetzinger, J. F.
Hnvekotte. Chas F. Sell win z. Christian Sle-
bert, Wm. Neeb, Peter Koll, II. II. Niemann, j
A V Qnftnrtn '
Open dally from 9 a. m. to 4?. if., and on
Saturdays trom V a. x. to 8 r. st.
M. MAY. SONS & CO.
FINE DYEING AND CLEANING.
56 Sixth ave, Pittsburg, Pa.
Telephone ma . t
PATPNTC O.D.LEVIS (next Leader)
r ItniO. 31 Fifth av Pittsburg. Pa
Twenty years solicitor.
AN IMMENSE BARGAIN.
Within 20 minutes' ride of heart of city, via Electric
Street Car Line,
11 subdivide and retail for more than SIOO.OOO. This pri
SKIVINGTON, PEDDER & CO., 166 Fourth-Ave.
GOLDEN HILL SCHOOL FOR BOYS
Classical, ; clentl flc and English Courses.
JOHN . CROSS. A. M., Principal.
Dr. Sargent's Normal School
Ot Physical Training Tor Women,
nt Cambridge, Mass., will open its Twelfth,
Session on October 20 instead of November I,
Uet a Practical Business Education.
ST. JOHN'S MILITARY SUHOOLv
IIANLIUS, N. Y.
Full courses of study. Under tha visitation
of tho Regents of University of New York:
and War Department IIT. KEV.F.D.HUNT-
1NGTON, Prest.: WM. VEBBECK. Snpc .
4 NORTH AV.. ALLEGHENY.
New rapid phonography. Surest and quickest
method of learning shorthand. Complete commer
cial courses. Day and evening sessions.
L. LUDDt.1". A. M.. Principal.
wUnnl sixth street.
The 01-3 reliable school that has educated 49,008
students. Fall term begins September 3. English,
normal, classical, scientific, mechanical, book
keeping, shorthand, typewriting, music and elocu
tion courses. Day and evening, bend for vala
logue. 11. M. ltOWE. Fb. D.. President.
ACTUAL BUSINESS COLLEGE,
NO. S SIXTH AVENUE.
Established llyears. Day and night schools ror
young men and women. Open the entire year.
Students may begin at any time. Bookkeeping,
shorthand, typewriting and English departments.
Bookkeeping taught by actual business practice.
Write for free plctor'al catalogue.
M. J. CONNFR, president.
J. M. PHILLIPS. Dean of Faculty.
In this commercial ajte a BUSINESS EDU
CATIO V is the moit profitable becanse it Is
the most usoful. Out institution affords un
surpassed facilities (or Imparting a thorough
practical training. For circulars apply at
the Colleso office,
49 FIFTH AVENUE.
JS-Eyenlns sessions. aul3-32-rua
CONSEBTATOBT OP MTSIC.
CHAS. DAVIS CARTER, 'Jfnsic Director.
Term opens bent. A.
Pittsburg's leading school of music. Faculty
Chas. Davis Carter. Ad. 51. Foerster, Carl Better,
Valdemar Papenbrock. Morris Stephens. Miss Julia
Beach, G-o. Lepptg. Wm. Guenther and Dr. W.
T. Fngllsh. -line new pipe organ for recitals,
teaching and practice: also new grand and upright
pianos. Special classes In sight-reading or music,
harmony, ensemble singing, lectures and recitals
tree to all students. Terms riasonable. Special
annnal circular containing dctalltd Information
cin be secured at all music stores and at the con
servatory. Duquesne College building, cor. Dia
mond and Koss sts., opp. Court House.
Every week, commencing October S, 1S93,
at 7.45 o'clock, and continuing ror six
months, at the bniiding of the Tounir Men's
Christian Association or Pittsbcry, Penn
and Seventh streets, on .
MONDAY EVENING, I Stenography.
TUESDAY EVENING, Drawing:
THURSDAY EVENING, Vocal Musia.
FRIDAY EVENING. X . Arithmetia
Sustaining members of the Association aro
entitled to instruction in above classes la
addition to admission to monthly entertain
ments, the nso of cymnasium, bath rooms
nnd other privileges for a membership feo of
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS.
$5,000 PER YEAR
Best location In Allegheny county.
Fine residence; corner lot; terms
easy: great bargain; no physician for
1 mile radiating each way; and thick
ly settled. East End.
JAMES M. WILKINSON,
421 WOOD STEEET.
25x129; 'fronting on Bedford and Webster
avenues; nealtliy location. If you desire to
build a home, sea these lots; prices right and
terms very easy.
J. C. EEILLY,
, 80 Diamond street
TO THE HIGHEST BIDDEP. AT PUBLIC
sale on the premises, corner or Grand
view avenua and Joel street. Thirty-second
wnrd, SIONDAY, October 3. at 2 o'clock r. jr.,
that desirable building slte,71 feet on Grand
view avenue by 20J feet a. on;r Joel street.
Terms will be easy, to suit all. Will be sold
ns a whole or In parts to suit purchasor. A.
J. PENTECOST.Beal Estate Acent,413 Grant
LOT 46 8-12x80,
81 AND 83
. EXECUTORS' SALE.
On TUESDAY, Ootober 4, at 4 o'clock -will
be sold on the premises tho lot 488-12x80, Nos. '
81 and 83 First av., between Market and
Ferry sts., with frame building, leased as a'
livery stable. Lease expires April 1, 1896.
Term One-lourth cash, balance In three,
four or five yearly payments.
nv order of the executors of the estates of
J. H. and Q. K. Shoenberser.
A. LEGGATE & SON,
62 FOURTH AVENUE.
8500 TO $500,000
eases, city or country property, at lowest
rotes. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 313 Wood it t
Telephone No. 975.