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THE- PITTSBUEQ- DISPATCH, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER. U, 1889. 8J SELECT EXCURSION To Norfolk, Fortress ' Wroe and Virginia Bench, On Thursdav, September 19. Special train will leave Baltimore and Ohio Railroad depot at 8 A. M., arriving at "Washington at 6 v. M., leaving Washington City at 6:30 r. si., arriving at Fortress Monroe, Norfolk and "Virginia Beach the next morning early. Kate S10 lor the round trip, tickets good for ten days. Charming ride down the Fotomac river and Chesapeake Bay. For full par ticulars inquire ot or address E. Ds Smith, Division Pjssenger Agent, corner of Fifth avenue and "Wood street, Pittsburg. Tor School Girls. Everything that is tasteful and service able in readv-made dresses and outside gar ments for fall and winter. Pretty and durable materials for school dresses in plaids and plain French cloths and serges. A plcntiful assortment of trim-looking hats. All sires and weights in good to fine qualities of underwear and hosiery. Umbrellas and gossamers. To be had now when vou come in. Jos. Horxe & Co.'S Pcnn Avenue Stores. A Good Thine. Kead this through and we'll let you into the secret of a good thing, but yon must use the information to day. We have on hand a grand lot of Vicuna cheviot fall-weight overcoats, which are lined throughout with a heavy ribbed silk, have satin sleeve linings, and are finished equal to the finest custom tailoring work. Oar price for them to-day is ?S, S8, a figure which don't repre sent one-third what the garments should bring, a"5 $23 and 39 is asked for similar garments elsewhere Our price to-day, S. P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts., ovp. the new Court House. Neckitear, new and nobby, at James H. Aiken & Co.'s, 100 Fifth ave. MEETINGS.) THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF VennsCasilo2)l1K.G. K., are requested to meet at their hall, S4 Fourth avenue, ou SUNDAY, beptember 15. at 12 o'clock sharp, for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late brother. Sir Knight M. D. L. Hcastincs, P. C. Members of sitter castles are respect fully invited to atteno. Bv order of the castle. sel4-5 A. R. YOUNG, Noble Chief. 11 rEETING-MASONIC MEMBERS ZERl I A HATHA Lodee. No. 448. F. and A. M will a-nible at tbeir hall, faharpsburc. Pa., on SUNDAY'. September 15, at 12 ji. sharp, to at tend the isncrai oi onr late uromer josian Zacbarias, member of Verona Lodge, ffiJS. Members of sister lodges are respectfully ro uted to attend. By order sel4-60 . IV. M. HFAnQUAr.TEns Allegheny County "I RtrCBLicAN Executive Committee, I No. 70 Firrn Avenue. f PlTTSnuKG, beptember 13, 1S83. J THERE M'ILL BE A MEETING OF THE Allegheny Countj Republican Executive Committee held In Common Conncil Chamber, Municipal Hall, Pittsburg; on SATURDAY AFTERNOON, September 14. at 2.o0 o'clock. Bv order of IV. D. PORTER, Chairman. ROBERT BERRY. Secretary. el4-9 LEGAL NOTICES'. Office or Fidflitt title ATecst Co., i 121 AND 13 FOCHTII A1 E. t EbTsTE OF JOHN T. NATCHER DECEASED-, otice Is hereby given that letters oi administration on the estate of John T. Natcher. deceased, late of Pittsburg, Ta., have betn rrjnted to the undersigned. to whom all per sons Indebted to said estate arc requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims or demands against the same will make them known without dclav. IIDELITY TITLE A TRUST CC. Administrator. DAVID O.. Eweng. Trust OEcer. au31-99-s CHARLES B. PAYNE. Attorney at Law, 1T3 Fourth avenue. TESTATE OF SARAH J. WICKS, DE Vl CEASED. Notice is liereny Riven that ltt ers of administration on the estate of Sarah J. Wicks have been granted to the undersigned, to n horn all persons indebted to said estate are requested to malve immediate payment, and those harm ; claims against the same should make them kno n without delav at Gill Hall, Jefferson township. Allepbenv county. Pa. JOHN S. WICKS. JAS. A. WICKS, au24-13 s Administrators. JAMES F. GILDEA. Attorney at Law, 4S! Grant st Pittbunr. INSTATE OF NICHIDS 51UPW BE j c-fcASED Notice Is hereby -clTen that letters if administration on the estate of Nich lans fetupy. drceased. have been cranted to the undersigned, to whom all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims against the estate will make them known without delay to JOSEPH VOGEL.JR.. anH-17-s No. 3703 Butler sU Pittsbunr. Pa. OFFICIAL- PITTSBURG. -VTOTICE lb HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE L report of viewers on the opening of Wil liam street, from Bailey avenue to Browns ville avenue, has been approved by Councils, which action will be final unless an appeal is filed in the Court ot Common Pleas within ten (10) davs from date. E. M. BIGELOW, Chief of Department of Public Works. Pn-TSBUgo. Pa- beptember 4, 1889. se4-S9 PnTsncnG, Pa. September 9. 18S9. "VTOTICE IS H EREBY GIVEN THAT THE i rei ort of Viewers on the grading, paving and curbing of Carnegie street, from Fifty second street to McCandlcss street, has been approted by Council, which action will be final, unless an appeal is filed in the Court of Common Pleas within ten (10) aavs from date. E. M. BIGELOW, seDsg! Chief of Dep't of Public Works. AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE vacation of Columbia street, from Piko street to the Allegheny river. Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the citv of Pittsburc in Select and rvimmnn nn. cils assembled, and it is hereby oraalned and enacted by the authority of the same. That that portion of Columbia street from Pike street to the Allegheny river shall be and the same Is hereby vacated. Said street is located in Ma caw's plan, recorded in original plan book, vol. 4, page 97, Department of Public Works. sel4-76 -VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE L reports of Viewers on the opening of Loyal allej, from Allen street to Beltzhoover avenue: Allen street, from Washington avenue to Mc Lam street: Copeland street, from Ellsworth avenue to V alnut street; Mahogany alley, from Esex alley to Laurel street: Walter street, from M ashington avenue to Lillian street, and Home street, from Plummer street to Butler street, have been approved by Councils, which action will be final unless an appeal Is filed m the Court of Common Pleas within ten (10) days Irom date. E. M. BIGELOW Chief of Department of Public Works. Prrrsmmc. Pa.. September 9. 18S9. se9-32 EPARATE AND SEALED PROPOSALS will bercceiwd at the office of the City Controller until SEPTEMBER 13, 1SS9. at 2 v M-, for putting new prison cells in Police Sta tion N os. 2 and 3, also for repairing said police Stations. Plans and specifications can be seen at the office of the Superintendent of the Bureau of Police. Bonds in double the amount of bids must ac company each proposaL Said bonds to bo pro bated before the Mayor or Citv Clerk. The Department "of Awards reserves the right to reject any or all bids. J. o Tmrvwv se4-SS Chief Department Public Safety. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE i reports of Viewers ou the construction of sewers on Dresden alley, from Stanton avenue to Fifty-second street; Dithndge street and Forbes avenue, from Filth avenue to a point on Forbes avenueSOO feet west of Dithrid"e street Atwood street, from Bates street to Louisa street: Wnchts allev, from South Twenty-third street to South Twcnty-fourth street, and Hone street, from Ivy street to Aiken avenue, have been approved by Councils, which action anil be hnaL, 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. PlTTSBUKG. Ta.. Sep tember 0, 1SS9. $e9-32 Continued on Tenth Page.1 BUSINESS CHANGES. PARTNERSHIP-NOTICE IS HEREBY given that Jacob Gulentz and Charles Gulentz. residents of Pittsburg, Pa., as part ners underthe name of Jacob Gulentz, will on August 1, 1889, commence the business of a shoe store for a term ot five years. The gen eral partner is Jacob Gulentz, the special part ner is Charles Gulentz, who has contributed 1,000 to the common stock of said partnershir). JACOB GULENTZ, 1113 Pcnn ave. anlO-50-S XHARLES GULENTZ. TTlHE PITTSBURG PHOTO-EN GRAVIN G COM X PANT. incorporated 1888. D1SPA1 CH BUILD ING. 75, J7 and 79 Diamond st. Engravings ot buildings, machinery, portraits, cuts lor cata logues, etc; reproductions of pen and Ink draw ings, woodcut prints, manuscripts, etc: print ing, binding, blank books, etc se4-4Mrs Walter j. Osbouene. BichaudBakeo-h-s. BARROWS & OSBOURNE JOB PRINTERS, 80 Diamond street Telephone Jf 0,812, au31-6-ns ES-IHsplay advertisements one dollar per square for one insertion. Classified advertise ments on this page such as Wanted, Por Sale, To Let, elc ten cents per line for each inser tion, and none taken Sor less than fifty cnts. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BRANCH OFFICES. For the accommodation pf the public, Branch Offices have been established at the following places, where Want, For Sale, To Let, and other transient advertisements will be received up to 9 P. M. for inser tion next morning: Advertisements are to be prepaid except where advertisers already have account with Tun DIS PATCH. riTTSBURO. TITOS! AS MCCAFFREY, 33oD Butler street. E.MIL G. STUCKEY. 2Uh street and I'enn ave. E. G. STUCKEV A CO., W ylle are. and Fultoust. N. bTOK-ELY. fifth Avenue Market House. rAST END. J. TV. WALLACE. 6121 l'enn avenne. OAKLAND. McALLISTEKSHElBLEn,Sthav. SAlwoodsL 60CTH6IDE. JACOB SPOHJf. Jio. I Carson street H. A. DONALDSON. -707 Carson street. ALLEGHENY. A. .1. KAVnciIE"", 59 Federal street. H. J. McllllIDE. Federal and Ohio streets. KllED H. EGGEKS. 171 Ohio street. F. H. EGGEKSASON, Ohio and Chestnnt sts. J. K. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets. THOMAS McHENKV. Wesicrnand Irwin aTes. !. W. HUGHES. I'ennsylvaniaand Beaver aves. 1'EKItYJl. (iLEEU. Itcbeccaand Allegheny aves. ailLLVALE liOKOUGH. W. "W. BLOCKER. Stationer. o. 4 Grant ave. WANTED. 3IiiIo Ucla. w ANTFD-l TINNER AND 1 EOOFER AT FULTON UKUS.'. BraddocE. 1'a. scl4-95 w ANTEU-AT ONCE-ONHARltlbON AVE.. Greensburg, la , 4good curb stonecutters. SCI3-75 -TTTA N TE D COLL AR MAKER STEAMY T Job, Apply to IIENE1 BROOKS, Brook-6C14-34 lyn, o. ttta:ted A GOOD BOTTLE ENGRAVER. V Apply to R1IEIN STROM BROS, Cincinna- 5014-10 tl, Ohio. -TTT"ANTED-4 R 5 BRICKLAYERS IT it once to CHAS. 1RAUTWE1N, . APPLY 2s33 Saran eel4-44 St.. cltv. WANTED-EXPERIENCED SALESMAN FOR ha department: also one for gents' fur nishings. FAMOUS, Braddock, Pa. sel4-94 WANTED STDN ECUTTERS. DERRICK men and skilled laboring men to work on bmlthfleld street bridge. J. FRIDAY. 6CI2-5 WAN TEl SALESMAN TO SELL GOODS UY sample: good salary paid. Write to CEN TENNIALMFG. CO., Cincinnati, O., or Chicago. se3-75-TTSSu TrTAMWI AN EXPERIENCED MICRO- t T SLOriUAL salesman for ExDosItlon At- ply to-day between 9 and 10 A. 3f, &i NINTH ST., sel4-63 ciiy. WANTED -FOR GROCERY A YOUTH abont 18 that has been nsed to the business. Applv, with reference, to J. M., 416 Larimer ave.. East End. SC14-5S -T7"ANTED-BOOKEEPEE- IN A SU3iTAN- T T T1A1. carnoratlon now forming: must he an expert office man and Invest at least 0.000. Address P. O. BOX S47. SC14-23 WAMEI) RESIDENT SALESMAN BY T T wholesale tea house: only tnose now selling the trade need apply. Address P. i A., 113 South Front st.. Philadelphia, Pa. sel3-45 WANTED A MAN TO TAKE AN OFFICE and represent a manufacturer; 30 per week; small capital required. Address, with 6tamp, MANUFACTURER, Box 70, West Acton. Mass. se7-90-SW W A N T ED A FIRST-CLASS MAN AS plumber and gas Utter: good wages and permanent position 10 inr rigucman. VM. G. FRTCE A CO., 13 and IS Pittsburg. Annlv to ood street, se!4-27 WANTED-BOY TO ASSIST BOOKKEEPER; must understand bookkeeping: advance ment certain to right party. Address, In own handwriting, giving recommendations, J. S. B , Dispatch office. scl4-8 -T7-ANTED F1RST-CLS3. SOBER PRE- V SCR1PTION glass blowers; also a few good finishers: union wages; steady work: fare nald: write fullv: say who ou worked for. CHICAGO GLASS M1GCO-. Chicago. aulb-43-D TO-AN TED DRUG CLERK -THE RIGHT T young man. with from one to three years experience, can find immediate and permanent mployraent by calling on or addressing J. A. PAIlElisON. Washington. Pa. sel3-83 WANTED-A GOOD MAN NOT AFRAID OF work to operate In property; must be well acquainted In the cities and Rut F.nrt, iihmi -compensation writ belaid to the right man. Ad- riwtc vrith nan,A n,1 r.r.ranMic lVi ,0. ut. burg Postoffice. sel4-29 -TTT-ANTEU-AGENTSTOSELLTEA. BAKING powder and pure spices: gifts with goods: coke workers, miners or millmcn can makemoneT In their snare time: special inducements to ner-S-l"? I'.?, n,i established trade. YAMASHIRO TtAci?" 63 Jackson et., Allegheny, Pa, au20-79-TTS " WAT,Ei,"AJ. WRITERS AT SMART'S NESS COLLFGh. 4 Sixth st : penmanship, book keeping, arithmetic, shorthand, typewriting thor oughly taught ror . p r month: private instruc tions for both sexes: open dally 9 a. m. to 9 e. ii. WAiS'TDrA.GEI,'IS TO bE"L DR- KUNST TV LER'S Rhcumatle reme-dy and Hair re newer: both medicines have proved to be of un-equ-iled power: ladies and gentleman can mates good living by selling them: exclusive territorv 1-lLriV nf'her Information address CHAS". KUNSTEK. 1169 MjTlle avenue. Brooklyn, X Y WANTED-LOCAL MEN TO PLACE AN attractive advertising specialty In evcrv place of 1.000 to 75.01O population, S25 toS40easilv netted In a couple of davs without lnterlercnce of regular duties: ghe population and Inclose plalnlv self-addressed strmped envcloDe to l'n, YaL RAILWAY BULLETIN CO?. lnXuSpoVll lnJ- sel4-99 WANTED - AGENTS - IF DESIRING TO make money rapidly to take our 'Tug fastening:" no experience required; they tell themselves ntZLjC and Mr nor rt.le. ,h. i Japanned HHc nickel plated I2he: Just the thing for county fairs; 10 per day m ide easily, s. nd 2jc for sample (nickel plated. or2e stamn fnr cir cular. SAFETY TUU FASTENING CO.. 304 Mne6t., Cincinnati se5-3C-TTS ANTED-AGENTS TO SELL THE PInI L1-3SS Clotnes Line: the only line ever in a entcd that holds the clothes w ithout pliu: a per fect success: patent recently issued; sold onlvbv agents, to whom the exclusive right is given- on rccept or50 cts. w e will send a sample line bv mail: also circulars, price list and terms to agents secure your territory at once. Address WOR CESTER PINLES3 CLOTHES LINE CO.. 17 Hermon St., Worcester. Mass. au28-39-ws Female ITclD. -YTTANTED-FIRST-OLASS GIRL FOR GEN Y ERAL housework In small family. Call at 29 ARCH ST., Allegheny. scl4-16 WANTE1-A LADY CASHIER IN A DINING-ROOM; mnst come well recommended lnqnIreat32SIXTH ST. between 2and5r. M. se!4-I2 -TIJANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HuUSE- V VI ORK in small lamily: mnst speak Ger- man: wages 3 00 per week LAND Si'., near Ellsworth lnqulrc C21 COI'E are, Shadyside. scM-17 . w ANTED-LADY AGENTS FOR THE NEW money making article out. For terms ti. to W LSIERN CORSET CO., St. Louis, Mo'." apply 6C14-06 -TTTANTED-DRESSMAKERS-TWO FIRST VV CLASS waist trimmers and one skirt draper. Address DRESSMAKER. Dispatch office, stating where employed and giving I. o directions. sel4-6 WANTED AN EXPERIENCED 8ALES A OMAN In china and class business. None but tho&cwlih a knowledge or the business need apply to THE J. P. SMITH LAMP, GLASS AND uu. A CO., 935 Penn ave. se!4-15 Male nnd l'emalo HcId. TTTA N T E D-EXPEEIENCED SALESMEN TV and saleswomen lor dress trimmings; It will be useless to apply unless thoroughly com petent. FLEISHMAN 4 CO. sel4-U3 WANTED-COOK AND TWO MAIDS for an Institution, CHAMBER- flinflln-rmiin girls, cooks, chambermaids, nurses, houscglrls, German and colored girls, drivers, waiters, farm hands. MRS. E. THOMPSON, COS Grant su sei2-MThs -TT-ANTED-2Y'AR1) MEN. 31 AN AND WIFE V for country home, man and wire to take charge of a boarding house, 100 Italians and Hun garians 40 quarry men. 20 farm hands, carria-e driver, gardener and wife, col. man, work about gentleman's home MEEHAN'S, 545 Grant st. sel2-n Situations. TTJANTED-POS1TION AS TYPEWRITEIt- V can furnish reference and Remington type writer If necessary. Address CORA, Dispatch office se 14-92 TTJANTED-A PLACE IN THE COUNTRY V for a boy 14 years old to go to school and u:ip qui oi scnooi ui patch office. Address HOME, Dls- 6C14-I1 WANTEU-BY A WIDOW LADY-A POSI TION as housekeeper for a widower; none but first-class need answer this. Address MRS J J. O.. Dispatch office. cel3-42 ' Boardlns. Tn-ANTED-BOARDING FOB GENTLEMAN I and wife: within easy reach of Pittsburg postoffice. Address F, Dispatch office. se!4-93 FlnnnnnL -TTrANTED-TO LOAN 200,000 ON MOBT- i uaow iuu auu ujiwara at e per cent: WANTED. Financial. -TT7ANTED-StOBTGAGES-MONEYTO LOAN it In sums to suit at 4K, S and 6 per cent. ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 1G7. pl9-14-TTSSU -TYTANTED-MOKTGAGES ON CITY 1'ItOlV V ERTY. over S4. 000; 4$ per cent; no tax. HENRY A. WEAVEltiCO., 82 Fourth avenue. inh2-a22-D "TVTANTEU-MomGAGES WE CAN LOAN tt 5C0to$o00,000onmortjragcs:4', 6and6per cent. JAS. W. DRAFE & CO.. 119 Fourth ave nue. I'tttsbnrg. sel3-56-D TTANTEU-JlOKTGAGES-fl.000,000TOLOAN TV In large and small amounts at 4H. 5 and per cent, free or btate tax: no delay. KEEL) B. COYLE& CO.. 131 Fourth ave, myll-CO WASTED-MORTGAGES, LAKGEORbMALL amounts. 4K too per cent, according to se curity and desirability of loan. FKED KINE 11AKT, Koom 4. 57 Fourth ave. BelO-69-TTS TT7-ANTED TO LOAN $850,000 ON MOKT T V GAGES In amounts to suit, in city or coun try, at 4J$ to 6 per cent, as to securi'v; no delay. SAMUEL YV. llLACK & CO., 99 Fflnrth ave. Jyl4-16-MTlis WANTED -MORTGAGES -IN LARGE OR small amounts, on improved city or Alle gheny county property. McCUN E & COULTER, Ileal Estate Agents and Auctioneers, 98 Fourth ave. sel4-19 WANTED-TO LOAN (500,000, IN AMOUNTS of ft 000 and upward, on city and suburban property, on 4 percent, ireeoftax; also smaller amounts at Sand 6 per cent. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 h ourth avenue. se21-d26-D XT7-A N TED MOKTG AG ES-tl, 0CO, 000TO LOAN V on city and suburban properties at 4, Sand 6 per cent, and on larms in Allegbenvana aqja cent counties at 6 per cent. 1. M. PEN NOCK 4 SON, 10j fourth avenue. ap7-f41 Miscellaneous. WANTED-TYFE1YR1TER-TO 13CCHANGE anew Hammond for ltcmlngton or Call graph. Address TYPEVN RI1ER, Box 635. city. sell-C5-ws YTTANTED-EVERYBODY TX SEND THEIR V furniture needing upholstering, repairing and refinlsblng to 1IAUGII &KEENAN, 33 and 34 Water st. "Fhonel626. au!4 WAN'IE1)-A LOCA1ION NEAR TO. BUT outside tlic city, for manntacturlng a specialty. Address, with partlculars.SFECIALTY MFG. CO., Dispatch office. sell-39 TTrA'N,IEU-TO!:,TA1'rACLUB OF K MEM TT BERS to secure a line gold watch for each one in the club at ?1 00 per week. Address P. O. BOX 501, and I will calf and snow you the watch. JyJ-40 WANTED-ANY ONE DESIROUS OF SELL ING cneap a family horse that Is well bred and good action, with buggy and harness, may find a customer by calllngon GLO. ARMSTRONG, 82 and 84 Center avenue, Pittsburg. sc!4-7 WANTEO-BY TEAIiSON, LEADING PHO TOGRAPHER. SO Fifth avenue. Pittsburg, and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to know that he Is making line cabinets at 1 60 per dozen; photos delivered when promised: lnstan taneons process. mhl3-C3 FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE. CUT Residences. FOR SALE CONGRESS ST.-K.800 BRICK house, G rooms: lot 22 ft. front. J.R.COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave. sel4-54-MVSSu TT'OR SALE FOR 3,100-A GOOD HOUSE 6 j- rooms, .ko. Einaen, near Chestnut St., aixin waru, ave. W. A. HEBRON & SON'S. 80 Fourth au3I-4-TS FOR SALE 2,000-COLWELL ST. BRICK bouse. 4 rooms, cellar, front and back porch. gas and water; lot 21x100. J. R. COOPER & CO., iu7iourtiiare. SC14-34-MW8SU ITIOR SALE-S,500- A NEAT BRICK HOUSE 8 ; rooms on Center avenue, near Crawford St.. a good house at a reasonable price. W. A. HEBRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. 6e5-40-TTS FOR SALE-WEBSTER AVE., NEAR FUL TON St., a very desirable 2-story brick; 6 rooms and large storeroom; price low. J. C. BE1LLY, 77 Dlanond St. seS-lll-TTSSu FOR SALE-SOUTHERN AVE., MT WASH INGTON. 3-story frame: 8 rooms and store room; this can be bought at a bargain: lot 24x146. J. C. RE1LLY. 77 Diamond St. seS-lll-TTSBu FOR SALE-MARION ST. BRICK HOUSE. 6 rooms, hall, marble mantels, finished attic, both cases, porches, sewerage, etc. ; lot 24x104. J. K COOPER A- CO., 107 Fourth ave. SC14-S4-HWSSU FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE 8 ROOMS: LATE Improvements: only 4,750; on BIutT. near Chestnut St.. Sixth ward: a good propertvala low price. W. A. HERRON &SONS, io Fourth avenue. se7-68-MWS OR SALE -GUM STREET TWO-SfORY brick house. 6 rooms, finished attic hall: also two 2-story brick houses, 3 rooms each: lot 22x100: a good Investment. J. R. COOPER Jfc CO., 107 Fourth ave. sel4-s4-MWSSu FOR SALE-WYL1E AVE.. NEAR ERIN ST. 12,800; a bargain; good brick house, 4 rooms and 2 well finished attics; natural and artificial gas; good sewerage: lot 23x110. J. R. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave. seI4-M-MWS-,u FOR SALE-BLUFF ST., NEAK COLLEGE, new brick house, 8 rooms, hall, bathroom, finished basement; all late improvements; lot 23 ?;,?.lnC,b''i?3rt': term" t0 ult- ROBT. COW ARD, No. 20 Blufi st. asl-S7-TTS8u "TTIOR SALE UYL1E AVE.-NEAR DAVIS X" street. 2-story and mansard brick duelling rooms. bath and laundry, n. and a. gas; every thing In first-class condition; lot"23x!00. J. 6. REILLY, 77 Diamond st. se8-lll-TTSRu FOR SALE-TERMS AS EASr AS PAYING rent, for 8-roomed houses: price, K,2O0t In installments of onlTj25permonth: no other pay ment required. For full information sec W. A. HERRON JtSONS, 80 (ourth ave. sel2-96-TTS FOItSALE-343 BEDFORD AVE., FINEBRICK dwelling. 6 rooms, bathroom, w. c., finished attlf, 6-fbot halls, inside shutters, laundrv, elec tric bells, speaking tubes, stone foundatfon all improvements, front and hack vard; lot 23 1-0x71 It.; price. J3.7U0. ALLES & BAfLEY, 1G4 Fourth ave. Telephone 167. sel4-21 FOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN-AN ELEGANT new house, 20 minutes' walk rrom the post office and close to cable line; nine rooms, bath room and laundry, both gases, hot and cold water throughout, finely finished wide halls, high ceil ings, tine slate mantels fancy tile hearths, fine chandeliers, electric bells and all modern conven iences: delightfully located, with front and back porches. Apply to JOHN MADDEN, Attorney. 94 Diamond st. scll-8 Cast End Residences. FOR SALE-WARD ST.. OAKLAND, AN elegant 2.story frame dwelling: 6 rooms and finished attic; nat. gas: a very desirable locality: large lot. J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond st. SCS-lll-TTSSU fflOR SALE-EAST END RESIDENCE ON X: Ellsworth ave., a splendid modern residence of 10 rooms, replete with all modern conveniences t1f,!j,t;r1f.cfowJ,erm"easT' l- M. PENNOCK A SON. 115 1 ourth avenue, seI4-28-iiw8 FOR SALE AT A GREAT BARGAIN. A pressed brick dwelling of 6 rooms and attic, hall, vestibule. Inside shutters, etc. In Sixteenth ward, only a few doors from Penn ave. : nrlce $3,800. C. BLRINGER Jt SON, 103 1 ourth ave. seI4-18 T7OR SALE-OAKLAND AVE ROOMITIV. ! tauu DricK.'avlth bath, water. Inside w. c. slate ma lamirirv h an slate mantels and all modern conyenlcsces: lot 24x100. co.. of street, extendinir to alley. SAM'L W. BLACK & CO SsFourtf ""'- selI-4-wrs FvviT9'11 PEIl 0ENT INVEST .. . .ENT. Broad St., near Negley ave., double brick dwelling 5 rooms each, also four frame houses in rear, with lot 00x187 to a street; one sor from cable road: terms reasonable. S V.' BI.Ai'ir A CO., 99 Fourth ave. sell-47-WTlin "R10lSJ;ALE-L'1'I-5WOKJ11 AVENUE, EAST -7- ,kNU' ,n!)w and substantially built frame dwelling or 7 rooms, bathroom. laundry, hard wood flnlh, slate mantels, front and back porches ete.: lot 3x2i0. elevated above street: a barcaln to quick buyer. J. J. HO WLEY, J27 Fourth ave. selo-40 FOR SALE-ON HILAN1J AVE, E. E A choice residence of8 rooms, bath, attic "cel lar, porches, all modem conveniences; entire premises in excellent repair; carriage house, stable, large lot, fruits and ornamental sliruli berr: very desirable: cheap and easy terms I M. PENNOCK & SON, 105 Fourth ave. SOI4-2S-MW3 sT01SvA,Km?.1,'??ii:-.k- besidevce con- X' EMENl.toBoupna. or table line: elegant newQiicm Anne stIe brick dwelling, lo rooms jeceptlon hall, bath, Inside shutters ana w. c s. laundr. etc. hardwood mantels and tile hearths combination chandeliers, incandescent light etc lot 50x175; situate on principal thoroughfare- ran ldly enhancing In value; positively a bargain SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave'-tel4-4S-MWTF6 FO R S A L E-OAKLAND, FOURTEENTH ward, a new 2-Btory and mansard brick dwell ing, 8 rooms, bath, w. c, hall, laundrj. etc. slate mantels, tile fireplaces and hearths, fine chandeliers, both gases, city water and house wired ror electric lights, plate glass windows electric bells, good 6ewerage. street pavid with asphaltum and paid for. beautiful shade trees In front of house, a lew minutes from cable cars price 6,500: a moderate cash payment and baN ancelongtlme: immediate possession. bAMUFi. W . BLACK A CO.. 99 Fourth ave se8 4-D FOR SALE-A FINE LARUE RESIDENCE and grounds In the East End. Penn at enue 10 spacious rooms, replete throughout with all the comforts aud conveniences essential to anv first class house; over an acre of ground, croups and rows of stately spreading shade trees and shrub bery; the sweet breath of bud and blossom and blush .f orchard permeates the whole place cx liaustlcss flow of the purest water In the vlclnlty thls Is a most beautiful property In every particu lar, combining proximity to railroad station and cable cars, with frontage on Pcnn avenue; will be sold on 10 annual payments. Full particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE i. CO., 129 Fourth avenue Pittsburg. sel4-40-D FOR SALE A FINE NEW EAST.END RESI DENCE and large lot, 70x223 rcet. ononeof the mot desirable paved av enues In the East End- contiguous to cable and steam cars: 12 spacious and elegant rooms, billiard room, library, bath and lavatory, patent Scotch w. c, reception hall finished attic rooms, laundry, stationary washing apparatus with patent enameled tubs, furnace fiantries, china closets, fine marble mantels hroughont, large cupboards and clothes presses, with all other or the more recent Improvements and midern appliances, and everything new aud perfect In ctery particular: fine plana, and verandah covers the entire Iront, from i hich the view ofthe Liberty Valley Is most charming and picturesque: the residence Is all complete and ready for immediate occupancy; it will pay any one who contemplates purchasing a first-class East End residence 10 examine this property; terms reasonable; a card of permission to exam ine the premises can be obtained at our office. J mwurdftWii jrfxuunu avenue, Pltti UUig, eei4-40- FOR SALE IMPROVED HEAL ESTATE. 3 East End Residence. POR SALE-199) GOOD INVESTMENT; 3 frame dwellings renting for J52S per year; onlye minutes from tast Llbeitv station aim cable cars: onlv S4.0U0: reasonable "terras IIKI.1V. HI. if'K .MM).. !B li'.mrtl, ,. SAM- sell-4-wrs FOU 8 VLE-ELLSWOOTH AVENUE. EAST END, new and substantially built frame dwelling of 7 rooms, bath room, laundry, hard wood finish. slatcmantels,frontandback porches, etc.; lot 63x200, elevated above street; If sold be fore Oct. 1 this property can be bad at a great bar gain. J.J. HO SVLEY, 127 Fourth ave. sclZ-K Hozclvvood RcHldcncc. FOR SALE LYTLE S1REET, GLEJJWOOD cheap, two good frame dwellings or 4 rooms, finished attic and cellar each; lots each 24x120; easy terms. J. B. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave. sell-54-MWSSu Allecltenv Residences. FOR SALE-NO. 146 LOCUbT STREET, ALLE GHENY, at auction, Saturday, Sentember 14, at 3 o'clock, on the premises. SeeEWINGA BYERS. No. 93 Federal street, first floor. scl2-M-ThS FOR SALE-GOOD INVESTMENT IN SIXTH ward, Allegheny: two brick dwelling bouses of 4 rooms each: price only $?.2oo lor both, orwlll sell separate. C. BER1NGER & SON, 103 ourth ave. se!4-18 FOR SALE-PROPERTY FAYING 154 FEB month rent for only 7,000 If sold quick; No. 214 Lacock St.; lot 21x100 ft.: well Improved: 2 dwellings. IV. A. HEEKON & SONS. 89 Fourth avenue. sel2-35-HTh9 FOR SALE-CHEAP HOUSES IN ALLE GHENY No. 58 Corrv st.. 2,100: Lawrence avenue. Nunnery Hill, 12,000; Linden avenue,Ob servatory Hill, fiCOO; No. 8 laggart.ll.000; La montst., rear of No. 56KIrknatrIckave.. ?l,6S: also No. 135 Erin St., city, 2.000. A. IjEGGA'IE & SON, 31 Federal st. sel4-C4 FOR SALE A NICE DWELLING IN SECOND ward. Allegheny; near parks and street cars: 7 rooms; bath, natural gas and other conveniences; porches front and rear; everything In nice order; price only 5,500; possession given when wanted, lerms lo suit. JAS. V. DRAPE & CO.. 1-3 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. SC14-30-D Suburban Residences. FOR SALE-CHEAP-3 ACRES OF GROUND with dwelling, abundance of fruits, at Se wlckley. IV. A. HEREON S. bONS. 80 Fourth avenue. au31-3-ws FOR SALE-THREE DOUBLE HOUSES, EACH four rooms and llnlshedatllc, with lot 180x100 feet, near Swlssvale station, P. R. IS.; only 3,000: an excellent investment. MCCUNE& COULrEII, Agents, 98 Fourth ave. scl4-19 FOR SALE-OVER H ACRE OF LAND, WITH framehouse oforooms at Emsworth, P. 1 1. W. & C. R. W.; price tl.100, very cheap: more ground adjoining can be bought if desired. C. BER1NGER & SON, 103 Fourth aye. 6C14-18 FOR SALE ONLY (2.300 IF SOLD QUICK a ncatdwelllng; S rooms In fine order: lot 4JT 176rt; this Is a great reduction in price, and cheap; centrally located In Bellevue. P., Ft. W. & C K. R. W. A. HERRON & SONS. 80 Fourth ave. SelO-8S-TWTS FOR SALE SMALL HOUSE AND LARGE lot on monthly pavmenta at Crarton, near K. R. station: 6 rooms, nail, cellar, etc.; lot 50x130 feet; only 2. 500: tfSO down, balance monthly pay ments. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth ave nue, Pittsburg. sel4-30-D FOR SALE tWILKINSBURG 3,600; jOO cash, balance In 10 ears; new and neat frame dwelling. 7 rooms, reception hall, finished attic good cellar, water In kitchen, nat. gas, good sew erage, etc.; lot 52x120: choice location and only six minutes from station; street SO ft. wide, with shade trees on each side; this is without doubt the most desirable residence property m the borough. J. R. COOPER i. CO., 10T Fourth ave. sel4-54-snvssu FOR SALE-BY 1HOS. MCCAFFREY. 3509 Butler st.: 1.650, on Boss St., Wllklnsburg. adjoining Snowdcn property and Penn ave.. lot 31,x148, new frame house of 4 rooms, 6tone cellar, etc.: possession at once; 1,000 cash, bal. to suit. 2.2S0, No. 5201 Dearborn st,. near new eemetery gate, lot .24x100. new frame bouse of 5 rooms and finished attic; splendid water, well CO feet deep: Ji", ?r X cash, bal. to suit. SeeTHOS. McUAr l'REY. Notary Public and Insurance Agent, 3509 Bntlerst. Tel. 1514. Office open evenings. seI2-27 FOR SALE LOTS. Farms. FOR SALE-FARM, 15 ACRES, WITH BUILD INGS required; rich bottom land, neir sta tion E. & P. R. R.: suited for large works and town lots; eood lncstment. ED WITT1SH. 410 Grant St., Pittsburg, Pa. sel4-D FOR SALE-A VERY GOOD FARM OF 74 acres in Westmorland county, near Parnas sus, A. V. E. St., with two orchards, rich soli, a number of good springs. 6-rooined frame bouse two large barns, etc.; located on the natural gas belt: price only 5,000. C. BLRINGER Jt bO.S. 103 ronrtb avenue. scl4-13 FOR SALE A LARGE FARM OF ABOUT 233 acres, only 16 miles from the city, H mile from railroad station, and near to school, church, store, postoffice. etc.: will be sold at a bargain to close up an estate: our Major Glover has been on the property, and can give lull particulars from personal observation. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., IJ9 fourth ave.. Pittsburg. sel4-38-D ollscellaneons. I- trtOE SALE-CALL OB SEND FOR PLANS jl- auu description oi inosc tine new brick houses on Forbes St. and Coltart square, Oakland: the most complete and desirable houses in the market for the money: 9 to 13 rooms each. W. A. HERRON 4 SONS, No. 80 Fourth aye. au6-29-ws FOR SALE-SEND FOR PLAN OF 3 ACRES to 10 acres of ground to be olTeredat public sale next Thursday afternoon. September 19, at 3 o'clock, on the premises, at Young Station, be tween Parnassus and Valley Cnmp; take express train from Union Depot at 2o'clok on day of sale; free railroad tickets at our omce: plans and other information from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. 6eli-39-3twTb8 FOR SALE-READ THIS THROUGH, YOU will find great bargains In real estate on the Southslde. Knoxvllle, .Homestead, etc: frame house, 9 rooms and three-story brick of 3 rooms and basement, corner Twentieth and Jane streets, 4.500: corner Twenty-eighth street and Fox alley, 2 brick and 2 frame houses, each containing 4 rooms and attic S7.500: Nos. 2014 and 2016 Sidney street each having 6 rooms and attic, only $2. 500 each; Breed street, corner Uxor alley, 3 brick houses and 2 rows of frame buildings, monthly income (101, the entire place cheap, fi,000; frame dwelling, 5 rooms, head Fifteenth street, Sl,80O:rrame house 5rooms, No. 1703 Mcr rlmaus street. 1.500; No. S3 South Fifteenth street, lot 40x80, large dwelling, 82,800; No. 219 Plane avenue, near Mt. Oliver Incline station, house. 10 rooms, store rooms and large hall, only H500; house 4 rooms with 4 lots. Charles street. Knoxvllle; will sell lots separately or the entire place cheap, at 3,350; lots on Carson street, 1,000 each: lots near Twenty-second Street Incline. JKK); row orirame houses Third street, near Ann street. Homestead, only 1.350; bcautilul house, 7 rooms, 2 acres of land at Howard station, P , V. & C R. R., near Homestead, very cheap, 4.250. Look at this large fine house, 8 rooms, bay win dows, etc, with about 1 acre oriand, at Industry, Scott Haven station, P.. McK. & Y. R. R , line location, only 1,000: and have lot SOxlSOt with a stable mar house, cheap, atC0O; two houses con taining 16 rooms, store room, good water, near Homestead station, both cheap, for 3,500; fine lot, Carson street, centrally located, 5.S00; frame house 5 rooms. No. 1709 Josephine street, 2,000; elegant house, 8 rooms, all modern improvements, Carson street. lot 25x120. very low at 1,000. I nave a great many other properties for sale In al- most any locality 'at bargains and on easy terms. Apply to O. R. lOUDY. 1721 Carson street, Pltts- uurg, couinsioe a . SC1U-C FOR SALE-BY THOS. MCCAFFREY. 3509 Butler street, headquarters for bargains In rcalcstate of all kinds: S5.300-NOS. 5137 and 5139 Butler st.; lot 40x100, with large 2-story frame shop and dwelling, con taining 8 rooms and hall; could be easily turned into 3 stores and dwellings at a very small ex pce: 3 large frame buildings on re je of lot; lerms to suit; the lots alone are w orth So.Soj. 6.100-On Butler St.. near Fifty-first st.. lot 40x110, with2fratnedwellings In good repair on rear of lot; terms very eas ; houses rent for 350. 5. COO Cor. Fortieth andLlbertyive., Iot2avl00. with 2 new frame dwellings on rear; N o. 1 busi nes corner: terms easy. 5,300-t'or. iirty-second and Butler St., lot 18 ft. 4!ii.xll7ft.x42lt. wide on alley on rear, having 2 new frame dwellings erected thereon; rents for ?I24. 14,000 Forty-second near Davison St., lot G3r 97. with 4 mwlirlck dwellings, finished In modern style: rents for 1,004; terms very easy; Iowln terest. Cor. Fortieth st. and Hon ley avenue lot 23x100, with new modern built brick dwelling of hall, ve-tlbule, 7 rooms, bath and finished attic; double frame house or 4 rooms and attic ou rear oi lot; sewerage complete; shade trees, etc.; price low; i500 No. 3032 Liberty ave., lot 30x100, new 2 6tory and attic, pressed brick front dwelling, ball, vestibule, pantry, bath and 7 large rooms and finished attic 4 slate mantels, both gases. Inside shutters, side porch, etc. ; all or hall cash, balance to suit. 8,000 No. 3917 Howley avenue lot 40x100 ft , new brick dwelling of hall. vetlbulc 5 rooms, kitchen, bath, pantries and finished attic hot and cold water, slate mantels, etc.; w. c. In cellar and on second floor, good cemented cellar and laundry, both gases and every modern con venience; oue-iuira or one-nan cash, balance to suit. tMS-On Shakespeare street, E. E., lot 20x100 ft.; i cash, or all cash, balance to suit. 1,350 Cor. Dover and Denver sts., near Ben Venue or Mlllvale station, P. R. R. lot 20x100 ft., with a 2-story frame dwelling or stone cellar, 4 room summer kitchen and attic; a cash, balance to suit. S2, 100 each On Holmes St., bet. Fifty-third and Fifty-fourth 6ts., 4 new Queen Anne style bouses or stone cellar, hall, 4 rooms ana large finished attic In each, staircases, nicely painted ai.d grained throughout, all modern finishes: each house on lor. fenced, of 20x100 ft., at price as auutci y KrO,ti uaiouvb aw oust. 1,650-On Thirty-third St.. near Hagertv's. lot 25vlouft,, vtlth 2-storv house in front and 1-story In rear, of 3 rooms and finished attic stone cellar; ii or H cash, balance to suit. On Rebecca St.. near Liberty ave, 2 lots (Nos. 17 and IS in Anchor Bank plan), fronting 100 It. on Rebecca St. by 132.06x135.77 ft. ; price 00 per It. front; very easy payments. Cor. Atlantic ave. and Harriett St., lot 170x230 ft. ; price 50 per foot front; easy payments; also a lot 131x230 ft. at 40 a foot front on terms as above. 2.800 On Liberty ave.. near Wineblddle st lot 4UX10O ft. ; a or all cash, balance to suit. Si 000 On Flavin St.. Thirteenth ward, lot22x 100 ft., with splendid frame house of 6 rooms and good stone cellar, shingle rooft very easy terms. If you want to buy or sell property, want to bor row or loan money onmortg-igeo, wnnt-to have anv insurance placed, or have snr business re quiring a Notary Public, calLor address THOS. M'CAFFBEY. 35uU But.er st. Telephone, 5514. Office open evenings. sel4-59 WEALTH AND BEAUTY. u&& tion Mrs. Frank Leslie, in to-morrovft Dis-' patch, tells of the eonauests of beautiful joeJyMljt,mdhowrthev are made, FOR SALE LOTS. CUT Lot. v Ij-OR SALE-LOTS ON BLUFF AND VICKBO Y ? sts., near college; terms to suit. BOBT. COWAKD.SOBluffst. auI-S7-TT8Su FOR SALE-LOTS ON SOUJUKKN AVE. . Mt. Washington, two very desirable ones at tK each. J. C. KE1LL Y, 77 Diamond at. Se8-m-TT88U TfOR SALE-LOTS-WEBSTEE AVE., COR. -- r rancis be. ; oniy rn.nu eacn siOO each: 8 lots 21x63: K. COOFEB & CO., 107 Fourth avenue. 6614-54-irwssu Enit End Lots. FOR SALE-LOT 50x77WALNUT ST., ROUP Station. J. R. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth avenue. sel4-54-MWS8n FOR SALE-LOT ON CRAIG bT., BELLE- FIELD: 60x140; low price. J. B. COOPER CO., 107 Fourth avenue. sel4-54-MWSSn 17OR SALE LOT-SIIADYSIDE, CYPRESS Dear Banm at.: lot 38x100. J. R. COOPER U, jJ, , 107 Fourth avenue. SCI4-54-MW6Sq TTIOR SALE A FEW CHOICE BUILDING re- near Craft ave.. OaklAnd. A? lots on Fifth ave. at no per Toot front. BLACK & BAIRD. 95 Ennrth ave. scl3-5l-13,ll,17,19,21,23,2S,27,30 FOR SALE BUILDING LOTS. ONLY 40 PER foot fronton Uoquetst., Oakland; three min utes' walk from cable line. "W. A. HEREON & SONS, 80 Fourth ave. sel2-96vns FOR 8 ALE-(99)-FlNEST BU1LDIN O SITE IN East End; close to Bonn sta. and both cable lines: 100x200 ft.: surrounded by line residences, h. W. BLACK & CO.. S9 Fourth ave. sell-5-WTha FOR SALE BEAUTIFUL AND LEVEL building lots, 24x25 ft. front, on Uomewood ave. and Clawson street, lust at noracwood sta tion, at KM upward. W. A. HEREON &SONS, o Fourth avenue. se4-65-Wfl FOR SALE-A FINE LOT IN THE EAST End. near Shadvside and Roup station; 50x245 leet; excellent vlcinftv: one of the best lots on the avenue. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.. 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. sel4-J7-UW8 FOR SALE-ON THE EASIEST TERMS AND at prices much lower than any In thesur ronndlng neighborhood, lots 40 and 60 feet front age, and 100 to 150 feet In depth. In that best of all locations. "Baum Grnve." MELLON BHOS..E. E., or JOHN F. BAXTER, Ag't, 512 Smltiiflcld street. seS-104-MThs FOR SALE-A PIECE OF GROUND ABOUT 2 acres, in the East End, Mulfordave., near irushton ave., about three minutes' walk from Brushton station, to be sold at public sale for ac count of whom It may concern on Monday after noon, September 10, at 3.30 o'clock, on the premises: lake 3 o'clock train from Union depot for Brushton station, lerms from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., Agents and Auctioneers, 129 Fourth ave , Pittsburg. sel3-S6-D AIleshcnT Lots. FOR SALE-2 LOTS. 21x75. TREMONTST..BE tween Jackson st.andPennsylranlaavc;prlce, f 100 a foql; the three adjacent lots were sold on rlday. A. LEGGATE & SON, 31 Federal St., Alle gheny. sel4-64 FOR SALE (93) 10ACRESIN THE ELEVENTH Ward, Allegheny, adjoining the V. Ft. W. & L. R. It, and near California Avenne Boulevard; would subdivide nicely. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO.. 99 Fourth ave. selO-48-TTS u- FOR SALE-2 FINE LOTS, IRWIN AVENUE, Allegheny; close to parks and street cars: 42x139 leet. to a paved alley; splendid place to build for renting purposes: room for 6 houses which would pay well. Terms, etc. from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue. S'ltU hurg. sel4-30-D Suburban Lots. FOR SALE LOT-WILK1NSBUEG; SOUTH st: 2 minutes from station: lot 68x132; best jocaiion in the borough. J. K. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth avenue. sel4-54-MWSSu 37IORSALE A FIRST-CLASS INVESTMENT . 10 acres In Wllklnsburg: would make an ex cellent pian ox lots. Agents, 98 Fourth ave, MCCUNE & COULTER, seu-19 FOR SALE-SATURDAY. SEITEMBER 14, AT . 2 o'clock, desirable building lots at auction sale In Vllsack plan at Etna station, P. & W. R. B. ; train leaves Anderson street station at 1:40 P. JI.. city time. STRAUB& MORRIS, Auctioneers. 6el2-87-TTS FOR SALE-FREE TICKETS TO PUBLIC SALE or 3 acres and 10 acres of ground at "Oak Grove." Young station, between Parnassus and Valley Camp. A. V. R. K., next Thursday after noon, September 19. at 3 o'clock, on the premises; lree tickets by express train at 2 o'clock from Un ion station: tickets and plans at our office. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.. Agents and Auctioneers, 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. sel2-l-D FOR SALE-THREE ACRES TO TEN ACRES on line or railroad at Young station, between Parnassus and 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 19, at 3o'ilock, outbe premises; take express train at 2 o'clock from Union depot: free tickets at our offlte Plans and further Information from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittlmrg. se!4-39-MWThs TTIOR SALE-SUBURBAN SITES, 3 ACRES TO E 10 acres, at Oak Grove, adjoing Young station, between Parnassus and Valley Camp: about SO acres laid off in 3 to 10 acre plots and present many of the most desirable residence sites for suburban homes, to be found along any of the railroads: will be offered at public sale on Thurs day afternoon, September 19. at 3 o'clock on the premises or on the arrival of the 2 o'clock ex press train at Young station: free railroad tickets: plans and fullerlnformationfrom JAS.W.DRAPE &. CO . Agents ana Auctioneers, 129 Fourth ave nne. Pittsburg. sel4-41-MWThs FOR SALE BUSINESS. Business Chancea. FOB SALE A VERY DESIRABLE DRUG STORE doing a good business, new and clean stock, at ten (101 per cent discount from wholesale prices. B. F. MOLLIN, Fayette City, Pa. seI4-47 FOR SALE-DRUGSTORE, DOING A LARGE and prosperous retail business: best located store In Pittsburg; continued ill-health of the proprietor only reason lor selllug. Address, with real name, etc., P. O. BOX 928, Pittsburg. Pa. se 13-60 FOR SALE ONE OF THE BEST GENERAL stores in the country, doing a cash business or about 100.000 per annum; will sell at inven tory, about 12000; this Is an opportunity seldom oflered. a BEKINGER & SON, 103 Fourth ave. sel4-18 FOR SALE-1N THE LIVELIEST TOWN IN Western Pennsylvania the stock and fixtures of the New York Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods House, located at 135 Fifth avenue, Slc Kcespott, Pa.; can reduce stock to2.0C0; posses sion given at once. with a long lease; this Is a rare chance: no better location in the city. Inquire at 135 Fifth avenue, Meh-eesport. F. S. GLEASON, sel2-70 l IiWH SALE-FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANTS, boarding bouses, choice cheap grocerjr stores, confectioneries, drygoods and notion stores, furnished boase for roomers, very profitable large bakery and confectionery, cigar stores, bakeries, leed store, milk depot, shoe stores, drug stoic, printing office, good country newspaper office, butcher shop, and many other business chances. Fiee particulars. SHEpAED & CO., 54 Fifth ave au29 Business stands. FOR SALE WOOD STREET PROPERTY; LOT 20x90; with warehouse on It. at less than value to settle up an e.tate. C H. LOVE, No. 93 Fourth FOR SALE-VERY CHEAP, A GOOD BUSI NESS house on Ohio near Middle St.. Alle gheny; an Investment of only 810,000 required. See W. A. HERRON SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave. se8-93-9.il, 14, 17 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. & CO., Rogers, Col. Co.. o. au22-67-D ITIOR SALE-OVER TWO ACRES OF LEVEL ? land, with god frame house of 5rooms,stable and blacksmith shop: situate on a good public road 3 miles from Freeport, West PcnnR. R.: price only S00. C BERINGER & SON. 103 I ourth ave. se!4-18 FOR SALE-A LIBERTY STREET PROPERTY ; large lot with allev In the rear: a very de sirable location for produce commission honse; will sell at less than market value and on easy payments and low rate of interest. C. H. LOVE, N o. 93 Fourth ave seI4-13 FOR SALE-A PROMINENT CORNER PROP ERi Y on Wyllc ave. for less than value: It belongs to some heirs, and they want to sell and divide the proceeds among the heirs; will sell If sold qnlck atconsldcrahle nnderlts assessed value. C. H. LOVE, No. 93 Fourth aye se!4-13 FOR SALE-PROMINENT CORNER PROP ERTY on Wylle avenue: large lot and good bulldlngatlessthan value to settle up an estate: we will sell for less than the city valuation, which Is a low one and much lebS than the property is worth. If applied for at once. C SI, LOVE. 93 Fourth avenne. sell-19-WFSSU TTIOR SALE-A COUNTRY STORE AND STOKE- jl- itoo.ll, warehouse, dwelling, etc, at a good point on line or railroad: fine countryplace ex cellent polut 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 slock. Particulars Iroin JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., LM I ourth ave, Pittsburg. sel4-39-uws Manufacturing Sites. 1?OR SLE A MANUFACTURING SITE IN .' the First ward, containing over 5, 000 square leet, will sell low and on easy terms, if desired. C. II. LOVE. No. 93 Fourth ave. sel4-3 FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. Homes, Vehicles. Llvo Stock, etc FOR SALE A FINE FAMILY HORSE, PER FECTLY gentle and handsome; 7 years old. Apply at No. 80 i OURTH AVENUE. SC12-94-TTB FOR SALE -BRIGHT BAY MaBE-WITH black points, 5 years old. 16 hands trots bet ter than 4 minutes; quiet and suitable for family use. PAUL H. HACKE, Fifth ave. and Market. illnchlnerr ana IHetnl. oeiow Suspension bridge Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29 FOR SALE -NOW ONE SECOND-HAND tenoning machine- 2 surface planers andl f nPer. and new and second-hand engines, boilers, i. 4eJ,le, tar tanks, Slomen valves, castings, FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. miscellaneous. F IOR SALE-NEW 94 PIGEON-HOLE CASE, adantcd far nlnmhlnr snH hanlwiu nan Apply at JOS. H AKTLE'H, 34 Fifth ave. sel4-50 FOB SALE-THE ENTIRE FURNITURE OF eleven rooms: suitable for a boarding or lodging bouse; immediate possession, lnanlre at No. 65SECONP AVENUE. se 12-99 TO LET. Allecheny Reaidencea. TO LET-2-STOBY BRICK HOUSE, WITH mansard roof: containing 9 rooms, ball, large attic, bathroom, etc.; yard back and front: mil In ?S?SS?,llUon5 Prticulars at premises. T FRE MONT ST., Allegheny-. sell-S Suburban Residences. TO LET ELEGANTLY FURNISHED HOUSE at Edgeworth, P Ft. W. C. R. W.; 8 rooms, finished attic w. c- bathroom, both kind or gas: will be rented to responsible person from October I, 1819, to AprUL 1800. Address L. B. X., Leader office. sell-4 O LET-VERY NICE FIVE BOOM HOUSE at Clifton Station, Fort Wayne road; grained and papered throughout; bar window in parlor; hall, pantry, well; a nice small family will get this at 8150 a year. ALEGGATEft SON, 31 Federal St.. Allegheny. se!4-44 Business Stands. T0LET-39SM1THFIJ:LDST., WITH IMME DIATE possession. tVH. LOVE, 93 Fourth ve- sel2-4 Offices. Deik Room, ifcc TO LET-CHOICE OFFICES. SINGLE OB in suit. In the Standard block. Wood, near Fifth avenue. W. A. HEBRON SONS, 80 Fourth ave. sel-Si-TT8 TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD ING, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two or the roomiest and best-lighted offices to be found In the city; rent, 200 and 300 per annnm. Including elec tric lights. Janitor service and steam heating. Apply between 10 a. II. andir. x., or between 2 and 4 P. M. jy23-7 mo LET-STORE OR OFFICE ROOM, WITH -L large vault, suitable for Insurance office or similar business. In Germanla Savings Bank building. No. 419 Wood street: room formerly oc cupied by George Reineman as saloon, and now .temporarily occupied by the American Express Co.; it is two steps below grade, making a first class basement. Inquire at THE BANK. leU-BS-D ' PERSONAL. PERSONAL GEO. B. BLYTHE, PRINTER, please send address immediately to J. o.. Dispatch office. se!4-43 PERSONAL-MALTBY'S OYSTEE DEPOT, late 78 Fifth avenue, removed to 641 Smlth neld street; fresh oysters received daily: orders filled at lowest prices. J. B. HEMMEBLE, Mgr. sel-92-D Personal-books: booksi books! New and old, ancient and igodern. standard and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30.000 vol umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 900 Liberty St. au3-9S PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE TURNED; recently they had not been on the bestof terms owing to a little family lar occa sioned by the wife insisting on being allowed to renovate his wearing apparel, and which, of course, was done in a bungling manner; In order to prevent the trouble they agreed to send all their work hereafter to DICKSON, he Tailor, 65 Fifth ave.. corner AVood St., second floor, and now everything Is lovely and peace and happiness again reigns in their household. Telephone 1558. au30 PERSONALPRECIOUS TESTIMONY !-FOR yonng men, middle-aged, old men and women. The Rev. W. Melrfon Davies writes in theY'Wasr: i. tiinnt nltv that all who sutler from diseases of the blood.' stomach, lungs, liver, spine kidneys and nerves would not go to Dr. Griffith and receive the divine blessing (health) by the use of his most wonderful remedies, the Ta-va-zon." His office and labora tory is at 301, 303, 305, 3C7 GRANT STREET, cor ner Third avenue Pittsburg, Pa. Call or send stamp ror his Ta-va-zon Herald of Health. seH-61 AUCTION SALES. BY JAS. W. DRAPE fc CO. PUBLIC SALE OF 3 TO 10 ACRE PLOTS OF GROUND "OAK GROVE," AT YOUNG STATION. Between Parnassna and Valley Camp. THURS DAY AFTERNOON, September 19, at 3 o'clock, on the premises, or on the arrival of the 2 o'clock express train at Young's Station, adjoining the property. Abont 90 acres In all. laid offin 3 to 10 acre plots, all quite close to the railroad station, and to the town of Parnas sus, where there are churches, schools, stores, eta, etc On the property there are beautiful knolls, groups and rows of trees, several un failing springs, coal, natural gas, etc Few places offer so many desirable points for residence purposes or for suburban homes. Take cxnrcss train from Union Station at 1 o'clock on day of sale Free tickets at our office Plans and further particulars from JAS. W DRAPE & CO. Agents and Auctioneers, 123 Fourth avenne, Pittsburg. sel4-42-D UCTION SALE 135 Eureka street, near East street, Allentown, SATURDAY, September 14, 1889, at .. 4 p. jr., on the premises. A good new three-story and mansard brick dwelling of eight rooms, hall, vestibule, hard wood mantels, natural gas, city water: lot 64x 150 feet. Positive sale. On terms. BLACK & BAIRD. se8-73-MWFS 95 Fourth avenue. PROPOSALS. -VTOTICE TO HOUSE BUILDERS L Sealed proposals will be received Dy the undersigned until MONDAY, September SO, at 4 1. M., for the erection of a hose house and police station, to be erected for the Borough of McKeesport, on Market street. Plans and specifications for the same can be seen at the office of the Borough CIer(, First National bank building. The Conpcil reserves the right to reject any or all proposals. GEORGE BOSSART, Clerk. selO 96-TTS ROPOSALS SEPARATESEALEDPRO POSALS are invited up to noon of SeD tember 20, 1889, for the erection of a hospital building and putting a second floor npon the workshop of the lemale departmebt of the Pennsylvania Reform School at Morganza, Pa. Plans and specifications can be seen and bids left at the office of T. D. Evans, architect, Lewis building, Pittsburg, Pa. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. By order of the BUILDING COMMITTEE. selO-73-JtTu-ws Office of Borough Clerk, I McKeesport, Pa.. September 11, 1889. f "VTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-SEALED LN proposals will be recived at the office of the Borough Clerk, until FRIDAY, September 20, A. D. 18S9. at 12 o'clock noon, for the follow ing sewers aud street improvements, viz.: SEWERS. One on Cherry alloy, from 150 feet west oi Short street to Qneen street; approximate length 210 feet, size 18 inches; thence to Ash streer. length 550 feet, size 20 inches; thence to Vhll street and Crooked run, length 500 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 025 feet, and 290 feet of 20-inch. One of 15-inch diameter on Walnut street, from Powers' line to Fourteenth avenue; ap proximate lengtn -iu leet. One of 12-inch diameter on Locust street, from Eleventh avenue to Whigham street; ap proximate length 210 feet. STREET IMPROVEMENTS. Grading, curbing and paving with block stone of Jenny Llnd street, from Fourteenth to Sixteenth avenue". Plans and specifications ofthe above work can he seen, and blanks for bidding and all information can be had at the Engineer's office on and after September 17. Each proposal must bo accompanied by a bond in amount to equal that of the contract, ana be probated beiore a Notary, and said proposals mnst be handed in on or before the above specified time. Unless laid require ments are strictly carried out the bid will not be considered. The Conncil reserves the right to reject any or all proposals. GEORGE BOSSART, sell-57-ws Clerk. CHAS. SOMERS & CO., 313 Wood St, REAL ESTATE. Choice and cheap, large and small, im proved and unimproved properties throughont both cities and suburbs. Call and see us. Telephone No. 1042. se4 PATENTS. WM. H. BABCOCK. solicitor of U. S. and foreign patents. 613 Seventh St. Wasbington,D. C, P. O. Box 22a Formerly Assistant Examiner U. S. Patent Office. Thirteen years' practice. Attorney's fees may be made payable on allow ance for U. S. applications received beiore Jan nary L 1890, write for further information. EDUCATIBNAX. ST. GEORGE'S HALL- FOR BOYS' AND-, yonng men, St. George's. Md sear Bala--' more, Vrof. J. C. Klnear, A. W, PrlneipB!. Cel lege or business. Unsurpassed n advantoges, comfon and situation. fc6QtoC75aTear. aul7-92 y "1yths. rebecca boardma.n. jjx teacher of elocution. 803 penn aveUpittsbukg. Business hoars from S till 6 P.M. se5-9e-TUT8 WEST WALNUT STKEET SEMINARY for young ladles; 23d year: U provided for giving a superior education in coUeslato. eclectic and preparatory departments;- alio la mnslcand art. JlRS. HENRIETTA KUTZ. 2045 Walnut BtPhila. au4-9Q-TTS SHADYSXDE ACADEMY SOHOOLYEAR begins September 18. Examinations for admission will be held Wednesday moraine 18th. at 10 o'clock. For further information apply to Profc "W. B. CRABBE, Principal, Shadyside. el3-4e-D S0D1ERH HOME SCHOOL FOR GHuX 91S and 917 N. Charles street, Baltimore. ' MR8.W.M.CARY. I Established 1842. French MISS CARY. ( the language of the school,' jyl84-rrs Notre Dame of Maryland. Collegiate Institute for young ladles and pre paratory school for little eirls, EMBLA P. O three miles from Baltimore, Md.. conducted by the Sisters of Notre Dame. Send for catalogue. jy30-69-TTS BISHOP BOWMAN INSTITCTE-A COL. LEGIATE school for young; ladies, cor ner Penn are. and Fourth street. Pittsburg. The next session beeins Wed., Sept. 41. Send for register giving fall information. Address the rector, REV. B. J. COSTES, A. M. Jyl4-o8-W8 THE STEUBENVILLE, O., YOUNO Ladies' Seminary opens September 17, with best of advantages in social, English, music and art departments, and with an ex perienced native French teacher. Address REV. DR. AND MRS. A. AL RETD, Princi pals. Mrs. Banford, Co-Principal. au31-3(Ml.se3,5,7,9.1Ll PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD EMY. Chester. Pa. Twentylehth year opens September 18. A MILITARY COL LEGE. Civil Engineering, Chemistry, Archi tecture. Arts. Thoroughly organized, prepara tory courses. Circulars of Mr. F. O. PAUL SON, 441 Wood st, city. Col. CHA& E. HYATT, President- ijl062-ws TWO CHOICE SCHOOLS 8HORTLIDGE MEDIA ACADEMY lor young men and boys only. BROOKE HALL for gills and yonng ladies only. Address SWITHIN C. SHORTUDGE, A. M. (Harvard g-aduate). Media, Pa., or call ou-E. WALKER. Monongabela House, for full in formation FRxilAY, (10 a.m. to 4 p.m.) this week. seS-lGB EuEeworti. Boarflii ani Day Sciool For girls, 123 WestFranklln street, Baltimore. Md.. Mrs. H. P. LEFEBVRE, principal. This school will reopen on Thursday, the 19th of September. The course of Instruction em braces all the studies included In a thorough English education, and the French and Ger man languages are practically taught jy30-68-ws . PITTSBURG ACADEMY. Normal, Academic, Commercial. Students prepared for advanced classes In the best col leges, for teaching, for business. Younc La dles' Seminary Department. Fall term opens September 9. 1889. Hon. Thos. M. Marshall. President Board of Trustees. Address J.WAR REN LYTLE, Principal, No. 7 Fourth avenue. Jyl81-TTS CURRY UNIVERSITY, SIXTH STREET, PITTSBURG L477 STUDENTS LAST YEAR. Classical, Scientific, Ladies' Seminary, Normal. Musical, Elocutionary, Business College and Shorthand departments. Send for new cata logue. Correspondence with young-persons de siring a better education respectfully solicited. JAMES CLARK WILLIAMS, A. itVPies't. Jylo-82-TTS. ' - ITTSBURG ART SCHOOL, ESTAB LISHED 1884, offers advantages of a thorough Academic School of Art, combined-wlth. private- in struction; each pup 1 1 under joint direction of George Het zel (Dusseldorf Academy), John W. Bcatty (Munich Academy). Students who cannot attend daily g- - (nay enter for limited number of days a week. For prospectus address JOHN W. BEATTY. Principal. au38S-Tns 413 Wood street, Pittsburg, AMUSEMENTS. -pTJOU THEATER Matinee To-Day. W.J.SCANLAN. September lo Alvin Joslin in ' Old Stock." 'One of the sel2 GRAND OPERA HOUSE-TO-NIGHT. Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. TANNEHILL'S BRIC-A-BRAC. September 16 Denman Thompson's "Old Homestead." se9-15 HARRIS' THEATER-EVEBY AFTER NOON and evening. PASSION'S SLAVE. Week September 16. WOMAN AGAINST WOMAN. seS-6-D TTARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY To-night, Matinees, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, ROSE HILL'S ENGLISH FOLLY CO. se9 THE NEW WORLD'S MUSEUM Allegheny City. This week: the great WORLD'S MINSTRELS, 32 in number, all artists. Next, Big Eliza, weight 900. se8-5-D TTIOTTSAXE ATASPIHWALLSTATIOS 7 minutes from Federal st, Allegheny, on the West Penn R. K., adjoining Sharpsburg, being part of the 'ROSS ESTATE." Lots In sizes and on terms that should suit any desiring to secure a home. The lay of the ground is beautiful. Special inducements offered to first purchasers. See the representative on the premises or call on or address W. A. HERRON & SONS; Ee3-60-TTS 80 Fourth avenue. SOMETHIHG CHOICE. REAL ESTATE. To close up estate of Alexander Negley, de ceased, I offer abont. 11 acres land situate be tween Neeley and Biland aves., adjoining resi dences of Colonel Anderson, Alex Dempster and others. Nineteenth ward, Pittsburg, and adjoining recent purchase of Messrs. Magee, Flinn and Stewart. This land all fronts on stieets already laid out, and Is in a first-class neighborhood, which is building m rapidly. Will be sold as a whole or in blocks to suit purchasers. Also, lot corner Penn and Negley aves lOSz 200 feet. HENRY H. NEGLEY, CORNER SANDUSKY AND LACOCK STa, ALLEGHENY, Or residence, NEGLEY AVE., Fittsbnrg. au22-94-TTS SIXTH AVENUE DYE-WORKS, M. IAY SONS & CO., STEAM DYERS AND SCOURERS And general renovators of textile fabrics, la dies' and gentlemen's soiled or faded garments neatly cieaneti or restored in color, uunains of every description carefully attended to. M. MAY SONS & Co. Jell-rrs 66 SIXTH AVE.. Pittsburg, Pa. t A. BALPH, BUILDING CONTRACTOR, 41 Seventh avenne, Pittbnrr.Pa Telephone 131X sea 38.TT3 SPECIAL SALE OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, jewelry and silverware till Oct. 1, to make room for fall stock; solid gold stickpins 60c up, etc., all other goods marked down equally as chean: 25 per cent off nn all silverware (hollow), at WILSON'S, 61 Fourth ave.. Pittsburg! Watch, clock and jewelry repairing a specialty. au27-TTS P IANOb, OBGANa a HAMILTON, SI AND 83 FIFTH AVianTB, Pittsburg, Pa, p30-7t-B and penn Te. Jtsi-m-ttb i, sell-98.