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.j a THE PITTSBUIIQ- DISPATCH, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16,- 1889' JAMES REES BURIED. Another Man Who Helped to Build Pittsburg Laid Away to Eest. THE OLD CITIZENS DYING RAPIDLY. Dr. Holland's Eloquent Eulogy of His Worth and Life's Work. A BIG CEOWD OP FRIENDS ATTENDED The funeral scrjice over the remains of the late James Kees took place yesterday afternoon at his residence, fifth avenue, near Amberson avenue. By 230 r. M. the beautiful rooms, the hall and the stairs were thronged with sympathizing friends who were there to pay a last tribute to their dead friend. Ko better testimony ot his worth was needed than to witness tbe vast con course of people whose countenances evinced a deep expression of sorrow. At such gath erings tbe forcible epigram oi Kenan is felt "Death adds perfection to the most perfect man." The coffin of black ebony with massive silver trappings was elevated upon a cata falque in the Iront parlor, overlooking a lovely lawn, shaded by tall overhanging trees. Above the casket a model of a river steamer made of white and blush roses, with the name of the dead man worked in blue violets, was placed. At his head a broken pillow of white immortelles stood. A wreath of pink roses was laid on the lid. Every portion of the apartment contained a floral memento from some one who knew him, while he moved in the great vortex of human life. SB. Holland's eulogy. Promrjtlv at the appointed time the Ecr. AY. J. Holland, pastor of the Bellfield Presbyterian church, began the exercises by reading the burial service. Alter the ritual had been read, a quartet sang "Be yond the Starlit Night." The choir after ward sang a favorite hymn, "Asleep in Jesus, Blessed Sleep." After it was con cluded the Rev. Holland delivered an eloquent panegyric on the virtues of the de ceased. He said: "One after another the links that bind Pittburg of the past with the Pittsburg of the present are being broken. Less and less the ranks of men who have laid the founda tions of this city's commercial and intel lectual greatness are becoming thinned. "We scan this vast audience; we can see but few who have raised our town into a foremost position upon these munaane shores. Few or us know that the quiet man who will shortly slumber beneath the green sward played one of the most conspicuous roles in this city's life; yet it is a fact He was, in social as well as in business lite, unostenta tious; hut beneath this apparent reserve there welled up an ocean of sympathy for those that fortune's ill-favored fingers touched. "His life is a conspicuous demonstration of the divine apothegm 'Whatever thy hand findeth to do, lo it with thy might' He was a tnao. of strong convictions. He grasped a problem, and then with iron tenacity worked it out. His judgment, not always unerring, was based upon what in his conception was right. It is evident the divine favor rested upon him in all his undertakings, because the unfolding days were but a revealment of new successes. A LOOK AT THE BRIGHT SIDE. "But let uslookat another side of his life. The past is irrevocable. The ledger is closed. From the other side, the spiritual side, we can cull something that will wonderlully help us. Since he was a small child he deeply felt the power of religion. He man ilested in his daily actions those principles which are the life and energy of the church. One instance in his life I will quote but which I cannot indorse will go to show his character. When a small child he sought admittance into the church, so that he could partake of the holy mysteries; but the church refused to accept him on account of his youth. He felt this keenly. "This action was never forgotten by him. He never again applied to be admitted. Nevertheless he lived a life conformable to his early desires, and the climax of that life was a triumphant entry into that celestial domain beyond the shimmering skies. To those who mourn hi death let me say, the ministry of the most adorable third person of the divine trinity will console you more than the power of human speech can tell." The pallbearers were W. B. Negley, Henry Hays, George A. Berry, Colonel "William H. Herron, C. Loomis, B. S. Smith, B. F. Wilson, Colonel James Col lard, James McBride, Daniel Bangby, Samuel Lewis and George McBrisbin. ALLEGflE-VTS EECOED BROKEN. mayor Pearson Never Disposed of So Many Cases at One Hearing. There were 40 prisoners before Mayor Pearson at the morning hearing in Alle gheny yesterday. Twelve of them were ar rested at 1 o'clock yesterday morning at a house on the corner of Beaver avenue and Spruce street, where a gambling game was going on. Their names are John Murray, Alfred Pope, William Gordon, John Car roll, John Manley, Thomas McMann, James McBurney, Charles Trent, William Faulkner, Frank Johnson, Ed Cunningham and John Condery. They were all fined $3 and costs each. N. A. Kline was rescued by Officer Thompson, who caught him in the river. Kline was charged with attempted suicide. He told the officer he would jump in again, and he was then locked up. At the hearing it was developed that he had been drunk, and as he swore off before the Mayor the latter discharged him. The. Mayor discharged, on charges of dis orderly conduct, Louis Moser, Carl Sitzen fun, Con Kaler aud Frank Burk, and on the same charge lined Fred Altnios and Jo seph Gettie $10 and costs each, while John Venness got 10 days, John Williams and Wallace McCoy CO days each, and Charles McGowan SO d'ays for like offenses. Jonn Snavel, a vagrant, was given 10 days, The hearing was the largest during Mayor Pearson's term of office, and has scarcely ever before been equaled by any ot his predecessors. A number of disorderly peo ple were fined or discharged. Excursion to tbe Washington, Pa., Fair. The B. & O. Pw. R. will sell excursion tickets during the continuance of the fair at Washington, Pa., next week.at rate of 51 50 for the round trip for all trains. AR3I1- OF TnE CUMBERLAND. Excursion to Chaltnnoog-n, Tcnn., Via the Baltimore and Ohio. , Excursion tickets will be sold from PitU bnrg to Chattanooga, from September 1C 'to 19, good to return until October 10, at rate of $18 15 for the round trip. EXCUKMON TO CHICAGO September 26, Via tbe P. & W. Ry. On September 2G the Pittsburg and West ern Railway will sell excursion tickets to Chicago lroni Pittsburg, Butler, .New Cas tle, Pa., and intermediate stations, good un til October 6, ior 59. dsu Nntnrnl Gas Bills Reduced 75 Per Cent. See our new gas fires.gas ranges.gas stoves, etc.; register your orders for Jail delivery. The largest, finest and most complete assort ment of any firm in the world. O'Keefe Gas Appliance Co., 34 Filth ave, Sllk, Velvets noJ Plnsbes How and Wliero to Boy. Here and now. Come and see and bring our advertisement in this paper along with jon. JOS. HOBNK & Co.'s Penn Avenue Stores. DIED IN JAIL. The Attenuated Form of a Stranger Now Lies in the Morgue He Was Taken From the Hospital. One of the most attenuated specimens of humanity ever seen out of a dime museum now lies on the mortuary bench in the morgue. Not alone can his ribs be counted, but every articulation in his bones is plainly discernable through the skin, for no flesh remains. His name was Robert Reef, or Reese, who died at the county jail early yesterday morning of heart disease and a complication of other disorders. Reet was found on Second avenue by the police on August 20. He was sick and de lirious and appeared to have been drinking, and the police sent him to the Homeopathic Hospital. Last Saturday the hospital au thorities decided that as the man was grow ing worse each day he should be transferred to an insane asylum, and to that end he was committed to jail for examination, prepara tory to sending him to Dixmont He was so weak and ill that he had to be carried into the jail, where he was placed in the hospital department. He told the police his name was Reese, but at the hospital cave the name of Reef, and said he had lived eight years at Cleve land, where he was employed in Houck's clothing house, and at Braddock he worked in a tailor shop. Inquiry by the hospital people at both these places failed to bring responses. The deceased was apparently about 35 years of age. tall, dark complexion, black beard and hair. The body was taken to the morgue audthe Coroner will hold an inquest this morning. CEXTKAL'S GUIS?. A Bit Batch of Prisoners Turned Over to the Care of the Workhouse. There were 55 persons at the Central sta tion yesterday morning, five of whom were taken to the Twelfth ward for a hearing, and tbe balance were heard before Magis trate Hyndman, who officiated in the ab sence of Mr. Gripp. Of the total number heard at the Central station 25 were given workhouse sentences, one was sent to Mor ganza, and the balance were either given light jail sentences, lined or discharged. Kate McCally, an old-timer, was the first to receive sentence. She had 'assaulted a man on Wood street by striking him in the face with her umbrella, and received a 90 days' sentence. George Stuckrath had been engaged in a fight with Maggie Martin at 199 First avenue. He got a 30 days' sen tence and she forfeited 530 by not appearing. William Kilmer and Fritz Dexter had been fighting on Wood street, but Dexter proved that he had been on tbe defensive, and was let off with a 53 fine, while Kilmer got 30 days. Samuel Johnston, Charles Carter, P. W. Brooks, John Robinson, Sherman Woodson, Mose Genlery, John Beachen, William Adams, Eliza Worth, Myrtle Rossin,Enima Wolson and Annie Lewis, all captnred in the raid on Woodruff's disorderly house at the Yellow Row Saturday night, were given 30-day sentences, while Woodruff and his wife were held, and an information will be entered against them for maintaining a dis orderly house. John O'Brien, Con Folev and James Mehaffey each got 30 days for assaulting Peter Holohan, who accused them of beat ing him up and robbing him ot a small sum of money. Holohan had a badly dam aged countenance and a couple of witnesses to prove his statements. John Wood and Alex. Carter got into a fight in a Second avenue barber shop Satur day and turned the shop inside out. break ing things up generally, for which they got 30 days. Charles Mclnary, a small boy who was recently released from Morganza, was acting suspiciously on Ninth street and arrested. He will be returned to Mor ganza to-day. BOYvEES ON THE ALLEGHEXT. What the Davis Inland Dnm Does for Lovers of Boating-. The completion of the Davis Island dam is a boon to the lovers of boating. It has slack-watered the Allegheny river, making a very slow current, so that it is suitable for rowing during the entire open water season. Because of its freedom from steamboats and coal barges, the Allegheny has been the favorite rowing water. The boat houses are located on its banks, and they do a large business in renting boats when the current is favorable. During a great part of the season just past, as in preceding seasons,the current ot the Allegheny has been so rapid that it was difficult to row up stream. Not infrequently, when the water went down verv swiftly, the keepers of boats declined to let them out. Many a couple went down to the river in the evening, intent on a quiet row on the moonlight water, to be refused a boat by the man who owned them, while he pointed, for his reason, to the swilt current. The dam has changed this condition of things, creating a pool in the lower Alle gheny. Aquatically disposed lovers can now be sure of a row on almost any fine evening. A FAMILY ROW In Which Tonne WcGlnnls Wns Hit Over the Eye With a Table Lejf. Frank McGinnis was arrested by Officer Bennett at his home on Preble avenue Allegheny, yesterday afternoon, and lodged in the lockup, charged with disorderly con duct. It is alleged by the officer that McGinnis got into a dispute with his mother about spending his money for drink, and a gen eral row ensued, in which his lather also took part After smashing up the dishes and furniture, young McGinnis was struck on theside of the face with the lego't a table, inflicting an ugly gash over his right eye! He will be given a hearing this morning. ' AT WORK OSCE MOKE. The Western Theological Seminary Opens To-IHorrow. The opening ol the Western Theological Seminary for the session of 1889 and 1890 will take place to-morrow afternoon. The stu dents will be received at 350 p. jr. and the rooms will be distributed at 4 P. si. The opening address of the term will be made at 1050 o'clock Wednesday morning by Prof H. T. McClelland. His subject will be "A Good Minister of Jesus Christ" Bilks, Velvets and Plushes How and Where to Bur. Here and now. Come and see and brin our advertisement in this paper along with you. Jos. Horne & Co.'s Penn Avenue Stores. $1 50 a. Yard They Were SO Cents They Are. The fancy colored brocade velvets see them to-day at the velvet counter. Jos. Hokne & Co.'s Penn Avenne Stores. No Hoinbus;, But absolute truth. If you require a stimu lant use Klein's Silver Age Rye; only 51 50 per full quart. MWF Silks, Velvets and Plashes How nnd Wbero to Buy. Here and now. Come and see and bring our advertisement in this paper along with you. J03. HouiTE & Co.'s Penn Avenue Stores. Pittsbubg beer, brewed by Frauenheim & Vilsack, is u product of home industry. Call for it. Drink it. Telephone 1186. Ask your druggist for Klein' Silver Age. MWF OUT FOR BIGLER. The Single Tax Association Declares In Favor of the Democracy Democratic Principles Indorsed. Yesterday afternoon the Single Tax As sociation decided to throw the strength of the organization during the campaign this fall to the Democratic candidates and plat form. The meeting was held in Veteran Legion Hall, Sixth avenue. The platform adopted by the Democratic Convention on September 4 was up for discussion, and this ended in an unqualified indorsement. The features of the platform that met with approval were the declarations in favor of "pure, honest and economical government, to the end that labor may not be robbed of the bread it has earned;" tariff tax reform; opposition to trusts, and the indorsement oi the Australian ballot system. The paragraphs in the platform embody ing these ideas were made a preamble, and then the following resolutions were adopted: Resolved, That the sinele tax men. Irrespec tive of party affiliations, look upon these decla rations as a step forward in tbe emancipation of labor, and in securing to the working classes the freedom of the ballot independent of the assaults of intimidation and corruption. Resolved, That as It appears at tbe present time that tbe Democratic party is moving more closely to tbe line of individual freedom and emancipation of labor than any other, we will in the coming election support tbe State can didates of tnis party, as embodying the princi ples set forth In their platform, and will nse our best efforts to secure their election. Resolved, That we will cordially co-operato with the Democratic societies of tbe State and our city toward the attainment of this end. and for tbat purpose we ask them to put them selves in communication with us. The Single Tax Association has 100 ac tive membeis, the majority of whom are men who have taken an active part in poli tics and ior many of whom it is claimed they can carry their districts. They intend taking a lively part in the coming cam paign. SELECT EXCURSION To Norfolk, Fortress Monroe and Virginia Beach. On Thursday, September 19, special train will leave B. & O. R. R. depot at 8 A.M.,ar rivine in Washington City at 6 p. m.; leave Washington at 630 p. M., arriving at Fort ress Monroe. Norfolk and Virginia Beach early the next morning. Rate $10 for the round trip; tickets good for ten days. Charming ride down the Potomac river and Chesapeake Bay. The Largest nnd Most Elegant Silks for Fall Dress And bridal costumes exquisite designs in latest colorings and finest qualities in ivory and cream white silks in the most fashion able weaves a visit here will convince you. Jos. Hokne & Co.'s Penn Avenue Stores. The most eminent physicians recommend Klein's Silver Age as a pure stimulant. MWF Fob best brands of pure rye whiskies, go to Geo. H. Bennett & Bro., 135 First avenue, second door below Wood street. Exposition. One of the finest displays at the Exposi tion is that of Max Klein, "the "Silver Age" man. mwf OFFICIAL- PITTSBURG. Pittsburg, Pa, September 9. 1889. VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE J report of View ers on tbe grading, paving and curbing of Carnegie street, from Fifty second street to McCandless street, has been approved by Councils which action will be final, unless an appeal is filed in the Court of Common Pleas within ten (10) oas from date. E. M. BIGELOW. se9-S2 Chief of Dep't of Public Works. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE reports of Viewers on the opening of Lojal alley, from Allen street to Beltzboovcr avenue! Allen street, from Washington avenue to Mc Lam street: Copeland street, from Ellsworth avenue to Walnnt street; Mahogany alley, from Essex alley to Laurel street: Walter street, from Washington avenue to Lilian 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 in the Court of Common Pleas within ten (10) days irom date. E. M. BIGELO W, Chief of Department of Public Works. Pittsburg, Pa.. September 9, 1S89. se9-32 VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE 1M reports of Viewers on the construction of sewers on Dresden alley, from Stanton avenne to Fifty-second street; Dithridge street and Forbes avenue, frum Fittb avenue to a point on Forbes avenue 300 feet west of Dithridge street; At wood street, from Bates street to Louisa street; Wrightsallev.from South Twenty-third street to South Twenty-fourth street, and Howe street, from Ivy street to Aiken avenue, have been approved by Councils, which action will be final, unless an appeal is filed in the Court of Common Pleas within (10) ten days from date. E. ST. BIGELOW, Chief of Dep't of Public Works. Pittsburg. Pa.. September 9. 1SS9. se9-32 LEGAL NOTICES. J OHN F. COX. Attorney at Law. 403 Grant St. Pittsburg, Pa. -VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT LET XI TERS testamentary on the estate of John Leech, late of Mifflin township, Allegheny county. Pa., have been granted to tbe under signed, to whom all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment, and those having claims against the same should make them known without delar to WILLIAM A. WILLOUK, Option postoffice, Allegheny county, Pa., or his attorney, sel-99-it S. HARVEY THOMPSON Attorney at Law, 96 Diamond street. ESTATE OF JAMES McCLURG. DE CEASED Notice is hereby given tbat let ters testamentary on the estate of James Mc Clurghave been granted to the Undersigned, to whom all persons indebted to said estate are requested to mako immediate payment, and those having claims against the same should make them known without delay. ROBERT YOUNG, I ,,., an25-5-3l T. McCLINTOCK. "cntors. Office op FIDELITY' TITLE t TRUST CO. 121 and 123 Fourth Ave., Pittsburg.Pa., ESTATE OF CHARLES P.t MILES, DE CEASED. Notice Is hereby given that letters of administration on the estate of Charles P. Miles, deceased, late of Senickley, Pa., have been granted to the undersigned, to whom all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, aud those having claims , or demands against the same will make them known without delay. FIDELITY TITLE fc TRUST CO., Ad'mr of Charles P. Miles, de'd. DAVID F. EWING. Attorney. aulS-22-st VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN J.V application will be made to the Gov ernor of Pennsylvania on MONDAY, Septem ber 30, 1889, by Herbert DuPuy, David Shaw, Robert J. Anderson, Robert Josephs and A. H. Clarke, under the act of Assembly, entitled "An act to provide lor tbe incorporation and regulation of natnral gas companies," ap proved the 29th day of May, A. D. 1SS5. for the charter of an intended corporation, to be called "Consumers' Heating Company," .the character and object of w hich is the producing, dealing in, transporting, storing and supply ing natural gas to such persons, corporations or associations in Allegheny City and vicinity within convenient connecting distauces of its line of pipe asmay desire to use the same; and for these purposes to have, possess and enjoy all the ricnts, benefits and pnvileces of said act of Assembly. A. H, CLARKE. se8-49-Jl Solicitor. VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN xM application will be made to the Governor nt Pennsylvania on thn 9th day of October, 1SS9. by William A. Stern. Isa-ic H. Silverman, Phillip Silverman, George D. Levy, A. IL Chadbourne, William Hazelton 3d and W. A. Stadelman, under the act of Assembly entitled "An act to provide for the incorporation and regulation of certain corporations," approved April 29. 1874, and the supplements thereto, for the charter of an intended corporation to be called "The Equitable Electric Railway Con struction Company," the character and object whereof is the construction of electric railways and tho general bnsinessof manufacturing, constructing, furnishing and dealing in all ar ticles, materials, apparatus, machinery, equip ments, devices, structures, fixtures, supplies and appliances needful or designed for or rela ting to the generation, transmission and utili zation of electricity to or for any useful pur pose, and for these purposes to have, possess and enjoy all the rights, benefits ana privileges of the said act of Asemblv ami its supple ments. JOSEPH STADTFELD. 6el5-48-M Solicitor. T O LET-OFFICES TO RENT WESTINGHOUSE BUILDING. Apply to SUPERINTENDENT OF THE BUILDING. ' au25--ZJ-HWr 93-DUplay advertisement one dollar per square for one insertion. Classified advertise ments on IMs page such as Wanted, For Bale, To Let, etc., ten cents per line for each inser tion, and none taken for lest than fifty ents. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BKAXCH: OFFICES. For the accommodation of the publio, 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 bo prepaid except where advertisers already have accounts with THE DIS PATCH. riTTSBURO. THOMAS McCAFFKKY, S5o9 Butler street. EMIL O. STUCKEY, 24th street and Fenn ave. E. G.bTUCKEY.CO.,Vylleave. and Fultonst. H. STOK.KLY. Fifth Avenue Market House. EAST EXD. i. W. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue. OAKLAND. McALLISTEtt & SHEIBLEE, 5th av. & Atwood it. 60UTUKIDK. JACOB SPOHN. No. 2 Carson street. H. A. DONALDSON. 1707 Carson street. ALLEGHENY. A. J. KAEKCHEK, 89 Federal street. H. J. MclSKIDE, Market House, Allegheny. FKF.D H. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street. F. H. EGGEKS SON, Ohio and Chestnut st. J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets. THOMAS McHENEY, Western and Irwin avej. O. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves. PE11KYM. GLEUL Kcbecca and Allegheny aves. M1LLVALE UOKOUGH. AV. AT. FLOCKER, Stationer. No. 4 Grant aTe. WANTED. Male Hcln. T7"ANTED-A BAKBEE "AT NO. 2702 CAKSON ST., S. S. sel6-21 WANTED-A HAKElt: SECOND HAND. Apply at 1811 PEN N AYE. selG-10 WANTEO-A GOOD BAKBEB. APPLY H. A. GKABE, 203 Grant St., Pittsburg. Pa. se!6-8 TtTANTEO-DRUG CLERK; 2 OR 3 YEARS' TV experience. Address O. P. T.,Dlsnatch office se!5-a T7-ANTEO-STOUTBOYTO DRIVE ANDDO IT rough work by J AMES L. ORR. 140 Firth ave., Pittsburg. selWM TTTANTKO-A GOOD BARBER. APPLY AT TV M. LEININGER'S, 83 lrwln ave., near uaviiBua &i., Aiiegneny. eeio-a WANTED-A GOOD BARBER. IMMEU1 ATTTI.V An.1ir- r D TV I !1M ft A. . W 82 Monterey street, Allegheny. " selMl WaNTED-EXPERIENCEO DRUG CLEKK; also boy 16 old to learn drug business (Ger man prclerred). Address CASCARA., Dispatch office. sel6-6 -TTTANTED RESIDENT SALESMAN BY VT wholesale tea house; only tuose now selling the trade need apply. Address P. & A., 113 bouth Iront s st., Philadelphia, Pa. selV43-D WANTED-A SINGLE YOUNG MAN TO tend and work lu butcher's shop, with good reference. Apply at coVner or TINE AND WEBSTER AVENUE. seis-ll WANTED-AGENTb TO BELL OUR HOME OPATHIC family medicines; 6tcady wort; can make (12 to $15 per week. DR O'KEEFL 4 CO., Homeopathic Chemists, 34 Fifth ave. sel5-143 WANTED BARBERS FOR CITY AXD country Jobs; also every barber to read our advertisement In another column on this page. ROSS W. BLACK, 80 Diamond St., Pitts burg, se 16-36 WANTED-A MAN OF ENERGY LOCATED outside large cities, to represent an old established house In his State; salary about 175 per month: references. MANUFACTURER. Lock Box 1810, N. Y. oc7-43-H -TTTANTED FIRST-CLASS. SOBER PRE TV SCR1PTION glass blowers; also a few good finishers; union wages; steady work; fare paid; write fullv: say who you worked for. CHICAGO GLASS MFG. CO.. Chicago. auIB-45-D Female Help. WANTED-A GOOD COOK AND A NURSE who can do plain sewing. Call at 4J19 CENTER AVENUE, bhadyslde. sel5-M -TTTANTED-THREE GIRLS FOR DIMNG V room and kitchen work. Apply at the KEYSTONE HOTEL, Fourth ave, city. sel6-18 TTANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR PLAIN II cooking; one who can wash and Iron: ref erence required. Call at 135 CRAIG bl'REKT, Bellneld. ' sel6-2 -rTTANTED-LADY AGENTS FOB THE NEW 1 1 hygeia corset; most satisfactory and best money making article out. For terms, etc., apply toAVLSIEKN CORSET CO., Bt. Louis, Mo. BCH- Male nnd Vemato flelo. WANTED-COOK AND TWO CHAMBER MAIDS for an Institution, dlningrooin girls, cooks, chambermaids, nurses, houseglrls, German and colored girls, drivers, waiters, farm hands. MRS. F. THOMPSON, COS Grant st. sel2-MTbs WANTED-11AN TO DRIVE LAUNDRY wagon, mala second cook, wages $35 per month; iarm hands, gardener and wife chamber maids and cooks, 4 per week; house girls, nurses, laundress and pantry girl, dishwasher and sewing girl. MEEHAN'S, 445 Grant st. selS-D Sliunllons. WANTED POSITION AS ASSISTANT bookkeeper, bill clerk, or In an office where I can earn promotion; best 01 reference. AV. tl. sel6-13 WANTED-SITUATION A3 BOOKKEEPER, assistant shipping clerk or any branch of office work, by a strictly temperate young ma n. who can furnish the best of reference Address T. C. E., Dispatch office. se!6-30 Bonrdinz. WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN ROOM OK room and board iu a well connected Protes tant family residing In' the East End or Oakland and a house with lawn or shady grounds prclerred ; will be permanent If mutually agreeable: terms must he moderate. Address It. S. T., Dispatch Office seie-19 Financial. VrjANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PBOP VV ERTY. over H00O; 4K Per cent; no tax. HENRY A. WEAVER &CO.. 92Fourth avenue. mb2-a22-D WANTED-MOKTG AGES- HON EY TO LO AN in sums to suit, at market rates, on Im proved property. ALEXANDER & LEE. 313 Wood st. seIWi WANTED-MOR1GAGES-AVE CAN LOAN S5CO to $500,000 on mortgages: 4W.6 and 0 per cent, j as. rt.iiitAi.c w 121 jrouri ourth ave- nne. Pittsburg. sel3-56-D WANTED-MORTGAG fcS-M. 000, 000 TO LO AN in large and small amounts at 4H. 5 and 6 per cent, free of State tax: no delay. REED B. COY LE CO., 131 Fourth ave mv21-00 "TTTANTED-TO LOAN S50,000 ON MOBT T V GAGES In amounts to suit. In city or coun try, at 4K to 6 per cent, as to security: no delay. bAMUEL W. TJLACK & CO., 89 Fourth ave. JyH-16-MThS WANTED-TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS of 3,0O) and upward, on city and suburban property, on A)i percent, free oftax: also smaller amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK & BA1RD, 95 1 ourth a cnue. se21-d!6-P WANTED-MOKTGAGES-V, 000, 000TO LOAN on city and suburban properties at 4M, Sand G per cent, and on larms in Allegheny and aaja' cent counties at 6 per cent. 1. M. PENNOCK 4 SON, 103 Fourth avenue. ap7-Hl TIJANTliD-TO LOAN S200.000 ON MOBT I V GAGES; J100 and upward at 6 per cent: 1500,000 at 4,u per cent on residences or business property: also In adjoining counties. S. H. FRENCH. 125 Fourth avenue. oc31-e84-D Miscellaneous. WANTED-EVEHYBODY TO SEND THEIR furniture needing upholstering, repairing and reflnUhlng to 11AUGU 4 KEENAN, 33 and ai Water st. 'Phone 1626. aul4 X,rAN'lED--TOSTAirr A'CLUB Of 42 JIE3I VV BEKS to secure a fino, gold watch for each one In the clnb at (1 00 pi.r week. Address P,. O. BOX 501, and I will call and snow you the watch. Jy3-40 WANTED-FERSONS 10 KNOW 1UAT BY agreeing to pay 31 per week you can get possession of fine gold or Silver watches, clocks, Jewelry, diamonds, silverware, etc. J. MITSCH, 130 Federal St., Allegheny, Pa. sel2-MWFsu TT-ANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO V TOGRAPHER, 6 Ifth avenue. Pittsburg, and 43 Federal street, Allegheny everybody to know that be is making fine cabinets at (1 50 per dozen; photos delivered when promised; Instan taneous process. mhl3-63 -rTT-ANlED-ALL. BARBERS TO KNOW THAT TV we do not claim to manufacture all the goods we 6ell, as that would bean utter impossl llltv. All that we do manufacture we are not afraid to put our name upon as a sufficient guar antee of their quality. Neither do we manufact ure articles used by barbers and stamp them as Imported. We are not the proprietors of any barber shop. We are not the successors of any firm. We have never sold goods to any 5-ccnt barbershops. AVe pay our employes the highest wages, and thev all understand their business. We have furnished all the leading hotels or this city. AVc have famished thelargest number of bar ber shop3 In Western Pennsylvania, Eastern Ohio and AVeat Virginia. Boss W. Black, manufact urer of and dealer in 'barbers', supplies, 80 Dia mond street. Second ward, Pittsburg, born Oc tober 19, 1859-12 years at this stand 30 years In this ward. My father. James Black, born May 9, 1811. In this ward, and resided In it for 73 years, My grandfather, James Black, sr., born on Third avenue, Pittsburg, In 1727, resided here for M years, in view of these facts, wc modestly claim that this should be a sufficient guarantee as to our veracity, bonestr, lair dealing and staging quali fications. We have no desire to injure any coin fietltori: all we want Is our patrons and the pub ic generally to know that we are the only Bar bers' supply firm at No. 80 Diamond street. BOSS AV. BLACK, the largest manufacturer of and dealer in barbers' supplies, not the successor ofany firm; also sole agent for Theo. A. Kochs. of Chicago, the largest manufacturer of barbers' supplies In the world. . sel6-38 WANTED. Oliacellaneons. T7-ANTEn-TO PURCHASE ENGINE OF 155 .TV to ISO h. p.; also battery of 2 2-flned hollers In good condition. H., P. o. Box, 878, Pittsburg. seis-ica TXTANTED-HIGHEST SPOT CASH PKICE3 .TT paid for second-hand furniture, carpets and household goods of all kinds. 1211 PENS AVE NUE. an26-25-Mwr FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE. CltT Residences. FOU BALE - CONGRESS ST.-K.800-BRICK house. 6 rooms: lot 22 ft. front. J. R. COOPER 4 CO., 107 Fourth ave. 6eH-54-MW6U FOR SALE P.000-COLAVELL bT. BRICK house. 4 rooms, cellar, front and back porch, Kasand water; lot 21x100. J. K. COOPER i CO., 107 Fourth ave. sel4-5l-UWSSn FOR SALE-MARION BT.-BRICK HOUSE, 8 rooms, hall, marble mantels, finished attic, both gases, porches, sewerage, etc ; lot 21x101. J . R. COOP.LK& CO.7107 Fourth ave. 6eH.54-MWSSU FOR SALE GUM STREET TWO-STORY brick house, 6 rooms, finished attic ball: also two 2-story brick houses, 3 rooms each: lot 22x100; a good Investment. J. R. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave. sell-frl-MWSSU FOR SALE-AVYL1E AVE.. NEAR ERIN ST. 12,800; a bargain; good brick house, 4 rooms and 2 well finished attics; natnral and artificial gas; good sewerage; lot 23x110. J. R. COOPER CO., 107 Fourth ave. seM-M-MWSSu FOR SALE AT A BAROAIN-AN ELEGANT new house, 20 minutes' walk from the post office and close to cable line;, nine rooms, bath room and laundry, both gases, hot and cold water throughout, finely finished wide balls, high ceil ings, fine slate mantels, fancy tile hearths, fine chandeliers, electric bells and all modern conven iences; delightfully located, with front and back porches. Apply to JOHN MADDEN, Attorney, W Diamond it. sell-8 East End Residences. FOR BALE-ONLY tI.300-A NEAT 3:HOOM house, good lot. near East Liberty station. KELLY A ROGERS. No. 0315 Station street. East End. sel5-59 FOR SALE AN EXCELLENT MOOERN dwelling of 8rooms.2-acre lot; great variety of fruit; 2 minutes' walk of station. ALEXAN-, DER & .LEE, 313 Wood St. selS-15 FOR SALE-A BEAII1IFUL NEW 6 BOOM frame house with fine lot: price only 2,200, on terms to suit. See KELLY & ROGERS. No. 6315 Station street. East End. sel5-S0 FOR SALE-EAST END RESIDENCE. ON Ellsworth ave.. a splendid modern residence of 10 rooms, replete with all modern conveniences: fine lot; price low, terms easy. I. M. PENNOCK & SON, 105 Fourth avenue. sel4-28-Mws FORSALE-ON HILAND AVE., E. E., A choice residence of 8 rooms, bath, attic cel lar, porches, all modern conveniences; entire premises In excellent repair; carriage house, stable, large lot, fruits and ornamental shrub bery: very desirable: cheap and easy terms. L M. PENNOCK & SON, 105 Fourth ave. sel4-28-HW8 FOR SALE-Jll.OOO E. E. RESIDENCE CON VENIENT to Roup sta. or cable line: elegant new Queen Anne style brick dwelling, 10 reoms, reception hall, bath. Inside shutters ana w. c.s, laundry, etc., hardwood mantels and tile hearths, combination chandeliers. Incandescent light, etc.; lot 50x175; situate on principal thoroughfare: rap ldlv enhancing In value; positively a bargain. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave. Sel4-43-MWTrB TTIOR SALE-A RARE OPPOBTUNITY IS NOW JJ offered to any desiring to purchase a home in the choicest location In Oakland, as very lib eral terms can be made In the purchase of the re maining houses on Forbes street and Coltart square; 9 and 13 rooms, well built, elegantly finished, fine surroundings, quick transit, only 15 minutes from postoffice by cable line. For terms, prices and plans see AV. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. sc4-64-MWF F O R 8 A L E-OAKLAND, fourteenth ward, a new 2-storv and mansard brick dwell ing, o rooms, Datn, w. c, nan, launury, etc, slate mantels, tile fireplaces and hearths, Sne chandeliers, both gases, city water and house wired for electric lights, plate glass windows, electric hells, good sewerage street paved with asphaltum and paid for, beautiful shade trees In front of honsc a few minutes from cable cars: price 8,500; a moderate cash payment and bal ance long time: Immediate possession. SAMUEL AV. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave. seS-4-D FOR SALE-A FINE LARGE RESIDENCE and grounds in the East End, Penn avenne; 10 spacious rooms, replete throughout with all the comforts and conveniences essential to anv first class house; over an acre of ground, groups and rows of stately spreading sbade trees and shrub bery; the sweet breath of bud and blossom and blush f orchard permeates the whole place: ex biustless flow of the purest water In the vicinity; tbls Is a most beautiful property In every particu lar, combining proximity to railroad station and cable cars, with frontage on Penn avenue; will be sold on 10 annual payments. Full particulars fromJAb. W. DRAPE 4 CO., 129 Fourth avenne, Pittsburg. sell-40-D FOB SALE-A FINE NlsAV EAST END RESI DENCE and large lot, 70x223 feet, on one of the most desirable paved avenues 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, nantries. china closets, fine marble mantels (throughout, large cupboards and clothes presses, wiin an umer 01 me more recent improvements and modern appliances, and everything new and perfect In every particular: fine piazza, and verandah covers the entire Iront, from which the view of the Liberty Valley Is most charming and picturesque: the residence is all complete alid 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 tbe premises can be obtained at our office. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue Pitts burg. 8el4-40-D Ilazclvrood Residences. FOR SALE LYTLE STREET. GLENAVOOD cheap, two good frame dwellings of 4 rooms, finished attic and cellar each: lots each 24x120; easy terms. J. R. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave. sel4-54-jnvssu AUccheny Residences. FORSALE-t2,3C0FOKA 7-ROOMED HOUSE on McClure ave., Alleghenv. For particulars see W. A. HEBRON & bONS, No. 80 Fourth ave. se8-97-9,12,16,20 FORSALE-ONLYH000.2HOUSESON SHEF FIELD ST.near Heaver ave.. Alleghenv. For full Information see AV. A. HERRON & SONS, -A 0. 80 Fou rth ave. seS-93-10, 13, 16, 18 FOR SALE-PROPERTY PAYING 54 PER month rent for only 17,000 If sold quick; No. 214 Lacock St.; lot 21xlou ft.: well Improved: 2 dwellings. AV. A. HERRON & SONS. S9 Fourth avenue. sel2-95-MTbs FOR SALE-CHEAP HOUSES IN ALLE-GHENY-No. 58 Cony St., JA100; Lawrence avenue. Nunnery Hill, 12,000; Linden avenue Ob servatory Hill, 2, 600; No. 8 Taggart.JLBOO; La ui out St., rear of No. 56K!rkpatrlckave., 11,650: also No. 135 Erlu St., city, (2.000. A. LEGGATE & SON, 31 Federal st. sel4-64 FOB 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 to suit. JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. I sel4-30-D Suburban Residences. I7OB SALE-AT A VERY REASONABLE pri:e, on account of removal or owner, at Bellevue, well located, a dwelling of 9 rooms: lot 80x176 feet. W. A. HERRON SONS, 80 Fourth ave. sel-59-MW 170 R SALE-BEAUTIFUL EDGEAVOOD RESI- DENUE, 6 minutes' walk from station, con taining 6 rooms, bath, good well water with fine pump, natural gas, elegant lot 100x252 feet, with fine lruit and shade trees; this bargain only offered for a few days; If you want a good sub urban home, this is your chance BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 3A-S0 sel5-77 FOR SALE - AVILK1NSBURG - 13,500; 500 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 50 ft. wide with shade trees on each side; this is without doubt the most desirable residence property 111 the borough. J. R. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave. 6CH-54-MWSBU FOR SALE LOTS. Suburban Lofn. FOR 8ALE-(M)-AT INGRAM STATION, fine building Iot80xl50, close to station; only ?1,500. SAM'L AV. BLACK & CO., 89 Fourth ave, sel5-2o-jiWF FOR SALE--LOT-WILK1NSBURG; SOUTH st: 2 minutes from station: lot 68x132: rest location In the borough. J. B. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth avenue. sc14-54-jiws6u FOKSALE-FBEETICKETS'IOPUBLICSALE Ci"3 acres and 10 acres of ground at "Oak Grove." Young station, between Parnassus anil A'alley Camp. A. V. R. B.. next Thursday after noon, September 19. at 3 o'clock, on the premises; free tickets by express train at 2 o'clock lrom Un ion station: tickets and plans at our office. JAS. AV. DRAPE & CO., Ageuts and Auctioneers, 13 Fourthavenue, Pittsburg. sei:-l-D FOR SALE-THREE ACRES TO TEN ACBES on line of railroad at Young station, between Parnassus and Valley Camp; about SO acres laid off In from 3 to 10 acre plots, to be QfTered at pub lic sale next Thursday afternoon, September 19, at, 3 o'clock, on tho premises; take express train at z o'clock from Union depot: free tickets at our office. Plans and further Information from JAS. W. DKAPE CO., 129 Fourth avenue Pittsburg. sel4-39-MWThS TTIOB SALE-SUBUBBAN SITES. 3 ACBES TO C 10 acres, at Oik Grove, adlolng 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 ptess train at Young station ; free railroad tickets; Plans and fullerlnfomatlonfrom JAS. W.DBAFK & CO., Agents and Auctioneers, 129 Fourth ave nne, P.lttsburg. seH-fl-MWlhB Glentvood Lots. FOR SALE-LOTS AT GLENWOOD. NEAR the station: graded streets, sidewalks, city water, houses and lots lor sale (1,350. 11,760. 12,000, ten per cent cash, balance on monthly payments: Second Ave. Electric Railway will pass In front of these lots; B. & O. Railroad fare monthly tickets, &X cents per trip! 12 minutes from Bmlthfleld St. U&OKGKC. BURG WIN, 150 Fourth ave. Jy24-12-MWBU FOR SALE LOTS. Cltv Lots: FOR BALK-LOTS WEBSTER AVE., COR. Francis St.: only SJOO each: 8 lots 21x63: paved street. J. K. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth avenue. sel4-54-MWit6u Enst End Lots. FOR SALE-LOT 50x77WALNUT ST., ROUP Station. J. B. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth avenue sel4-54-MWSSu FOB BALE-LOT ON CRAIG ST., BELLE FIELD: 00x140; low price. 4. B. COOPER 4 CO., 107 Fourth avenne. sel4-54-HWSSU FOR SALE-LOT-SHADYSIDE, CYPRESS nearBanmst.:10t36MxlOO. J. R. COOPER 4 CO., 107 Fourth avenue. seI4-5i-MWSSu FOB SALE-A LOT AT nOMEWOOD, NEAR station, 25x100; this lot Is In good neighbor hood, on First st. ; price (550. MELLON BROTH ERS, 6319 station ft., E. E sel5-lS3-uwp FORSALE-HERRON HILL-PAHKPLAN OF lots just opened for sale; finest views In the city; first buyers given an advantage. Call or send for Illustrated plan. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. sel5-77 TTIOR SALE-A FINE LOT IN THE EAST JD End, near Shadysldo and Roupstatlon; 50x245 feet: excellent vicinity; one of the best lots on the avenue. JAS. AV. DKAPE & CO.. 129 Fourth avenue Pittsburg. sel4-J7-MWS FOR SALE-LOW PRICE FOR LOTS IN Herron Hill Park If bought before Wylle ave. cable Is finished: lovely views, healthy loca tion. Call or send for Illustrated plan. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. sel5-77 FOR B ALE N O W IB THE TIME TO IN VESTI GATEBaum Grove lots: this plan sewered, curbed and wide flagstone sidewalks completed; prices below actual Value. Full inionnatlon from MELLON BROS , East End. or JOHN F. BAX TER, Agent, 512 Smlthfleld St. selS-79-MTh I710R BALE-LOTS FRONTING HERRON HILL Park, finest views in the elty, healthy loca tion, only 12 minutes' ride from Court House by Wylle avenue cable when finished: buy now be fore advance In price: call or send for illustrated plan. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. sel5-77 FOR SALK-A PIECE OF GROUND ABOUT 2 acres. In the East End, Mnlfordave.. near Brushton ave.. about three minutes' walk from Brushton station, to be sold at public sale for ac- innnt nfYvhnm It tnnr Mnivniffll Mnndav nftp.r- noon. September 18, at 3:30 o'clock, on the premises: laKe a o'ciock train irom uuiuu uepot for Brushton station. JTerms from JAS. AV. DRAPE & CO., Agents and Auctioneers. 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. sel3-56-D FOR SALE-BUSINESS MEN. CLERKS AND salesmen, you should buy Herron mil Park lots; because first. It will be only 12 minutes' ride by AVylle ave. cable giving ample time to go home to dinner; second, because It is afheallhy lo cation, being the highest point in Allegheny county; there is no malaria or fogs; third, because the views are magnificent; the whole country for miles In every direction is in fuU view of all who live here; fourth, because you can buy at low prices now before the AVylle ave cable is com pleted; fifth, because values will soon advance to double present prices; sixth, because very easy termSjWlll be given all who will bnlid at once; seventh, because If you will send or call for illustrated plans of tbe property you will be sure to buy. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. se!5-77 Alleshcnv'liOta. FOB BALE--2 LOTS. 21x7t, FREMONT ST., Be tween Jackson st.andPennsylvanlaave;prlce (100 a foot; the three adjacent lots were sold on Friday. Jr. LEGGATE & SON, 31 Federal St., Alle gheny. sel4-64 OB SALE-2 FINE LOTS, IRWIN AVENUE. Allegheny; close to parks and street cars: 42X139 feet, to a paved alley; splendid place to build for renting purposes: room for 6 bouses which would pay well. Terms, etc. from JAS. W. DRAPE CO., 129 Fourth avenue Pitts burg. sel4-30-D form. FOB SALE A NEAT LITTLE FARM OF 15 acres, 6-room house, new barn, great variety of fruit; level land, well watered and near good market and R. R. station. ALEXANDER ALEE, 313 AVood St. self-15 FOB SALE-FARM, 158 ACBES, AVITH BUILD INGS required; rich bottom land, near sta tion E. & P. B. R. ; suited for large works and town lots; good Investment. ED AVITTISH. 410 Grant St., Pittsburg. Pa. seI4-D OR SALE-A LARGE FARM OF ABOUT 230 acres, only 16 miles from the city, a mile from railroad station, and near to school, chnrch. 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 Eersonal observation. JAS. AV. DRAPE CO., 3 Fourth ave.. Pittsburg. el4-,S3-D Miscellaneous. FOR SALE-SEND FOR PLAN OF 3 ACRES to 10 acres of ground to be offered at public sale next Thursday arternoon. September 19, at 3 o'clock, on the premises, at Young Station, be tween Parnassus and Valley Camp i take express train from Union Depot at 2o'clotfc on day of sale; free railroad tickets at our office: plans and other Information from JAS..AV. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue Pittsburg. se!4-39-MwThs FOR SALE BUSINESS. Business Chances. FOR SALE-A CLOTHING STORE-GOOD location, doing an elegant business; must sell on account or Ill-health. For information applv at 1820 VARbON ST., S. S., Pittsburg, Pa. sel6-33 E OR SALE-A GOOD BUSINESS PROPERTY, house 7 rooms and storeroom: Btreet naved and sewered; only 5 minutes from East Liberty station; price only $4,500; this is a decided bargain. See KELLY & ROGERS, No. 8315 Station street, sel5-59 FOR SALE-1N THE LIVELIEST TOWN IN Western Pennsylvania the stock and fixtures of the New York Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods House, located at 135 Filth avenue 31c Keesport. Pa.; can reduce stock to (2.000; posses sion given at onre.wlth a long lease; this Is a rare chance; no better location In the city. Inquire at 135 Fifth avenne McKeesport. F. b. GLEASON. sel2-70 FOB SALE A COUNTRY STORE AND STOBE BOOM, warehouse, dwelling, etc., at a good point on line of railroad; flue country place ex cellent point for business; this is an old estab lished stand: present owner has made a snug competency and wishes to retire on account of age; will sell the property with or without the stock. Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. sell-33-invs 17IOR SALE-FIRST-CLASS RESTAUBANTS, boarding houses, choice cheap grocery stores, confectioneries, drygoods and notion stores, furnished house for roomers, very profitable large bakery and confectionery, cigar stores, bakeries, feed store, milk ,dcpot, shoe stores, drug stoies, Erlntlng office, good country newspaper office utchershop. and many other business chances. Fee particulars. bHEPARD A CO., 64 Filth ave an29 Business Stands. P IOR SALE-A PAYING INVESTMENT IN business property. No. 619 Liberty St. Bee W. A. HEREON A SONS, SO Fourth ave. sel-50-MW 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., Sogers, Col. Co.. O. au22-7-D Mnnufncturlng Sites. FOR SALE-ON COR. TWENTIETH AND Wharton sts., S. S lot 96x120 feet, with building: price low; suitable lor manufacturing. W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth ave. sel-59-MW FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. Horse. Vehicles. Live Stock, etc FOR SALE-TINE SAUULER AND DRI VER: also 2 borses, harness and buggy, at OILLESPIE'b STABLE, Cecil aUey, below Penn ave sel6-3l FOR BALE-HORSES AND MULES IN TEAMS or single: harness, wagons and carts; also large lot quarry tools tone top road cart, almost new, Sprout make. At 6011 BROaD ST., East End. belling out to quit business. sel5-18-MWFStt OB SALE-ONE NEW DOCTOE'S BUGGY and one second-hand Brewster side bar; also, six road carts Just from the factory which we will close out at (16: will sell bnggies very cheap. BENNETTS FLOCKER, cor. Klrkpat rlck and AVest End ave , Allegheny, Pa. sclo-17 Machinery ana Metals. FOR SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEAT and refitted: repalrlngpromntlv attended to. PORTER FOUNDRY ANDMACH1NEC0.,LUI., below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulO-23 FOE SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND boilers; all sizes and styles kept In stock, from 4 to 100 h. p. tail refitted; good as new, at lowest prices: mounted portable engines, 8 to 25 h. p. 23-25 Park way. J.S. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa. ja3-92-MVF FOR SALE- HOISTING ENGINES, NEAV and second band; wire and manllla rope der rick and fittings, hoisting tubs and cars, clay and ore pans, engines, "hollers and machinery. THOMAS CABLIN'S SONS, Lacock and Sandusky sts., Allegheny. auo-iy-Mwu- Miscellaneous. FOR SALE-TOOLS ANU MACHINERY FOR manufacturing tinware, at a bargain. A. TURNER Jt CO., 24 Essex St., Newark, N. J. 6C15-76 FOR SALE--S PIANOS. 5 ORGANS. 3 PRINT ING presses nnd lot type 2 water motors, 3 10-horse power turbine water wheels, large as sortment furniture and 2 cows, by JAMES L. ORK, 140 Fifth ave, Pittsburg. selo-126 FOR SALE FURN1TURE-AT THE RESI DENCE or Mrs. Cooper, New Brighton road, nearsecond toll.at auction, on Friday, September 20. at 10 o'clock; parlor, library, dining room and chamber furniture embracing suits in maple, mahogany and walnut, crimson plush suite mo quette and brusscls carpets, hall and stair Drus eels carpets, plate mirrors, marble top walnut sideboard, hat rack, bookcase, extension table refrigerator, silver-plated ware, cutlery, dishes, utensils, curtains, etc., etc.: also, Alderneycow. billiard table, barouche harness, etc. Take train at Federal st. for Verner station at 9:15 A. 1I city time A. LEGGATE & SON, Auctioneers. sel6-I VTOTICE-TOTHE POLICY HOLDERS IN LN the Metropolitan Life Insurance Compa ny. Rather than violate the rules of the above mentioned company as requested, I have re signed until a change of management has taken place in tbe Pittsburg S. S. district, instead of belnc dismissed as stated in this paper of Ban dar, 15th inst. D.H. MAPES, 210 Zara street, Knoxville born, S. S. N. B, For further in formation inquire of agents. selC-37 TO LET.! Allegheny Residences. TO LET-2-STORY BRICK HOUSE. AVITH mansard roof, containing 9 rooms. JialU large attic, bathroom, etc.; yard back and front: all In best condition: particulars at premises. aTFB MONT bT., Allegheny. seU-a Suburban Residences. TO LET-ELEGANTLY FURNISHED HOUSE at Edgeworth, P.. Ft. W- C. B. W.; S rooms, finished attle w. cr bathroom, both kinds of gas; will be rented to responsible person from October 1. 1S39, to April 1, 1SW. Address L. B. X., Leader office. , ' sell-6 TO LET-VERY NICE FIVE BOOH HOUSE at Clifton Station, Fort Wayne road: grained and papered throughout; bay "window In parlor; hall, pantry, well; a nice small family will get this at (150 a year. A.. LEGO ATE & SON, U Federal at, Allegheny. SCI4-64 Bnslness fctanrt. TO LET-LARGE 3-STOHY BRICK WARE HOUSE with large elevators; central loca tion; suitable for storage purposes or carriage factory; Twelfth street near llnlou station. Ap- iy toT. MELLON X SON'S UJLKJi. 513 SmltU- field ia st. ses-ioo-Mvrr Offices. Desk Room, etc. TO LET-OFFICES OR SUITS OF ROOMS: 4 or 2 rooms t 44 Federal St.; 8 or 3 rooms at t Sandusky street, by JAMES L. OBB, 140 Fifth ave, Pittsburg. . sel5-12S TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD ING, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two or tbe roomiest and best-lighted offices to be found In tba city; rent, (200and (300 per annum. Including elec tric lights. Janitor service and steam beating. Apply between 10 A. X. and 1 r. v., or between 2 and 4 P.M. Jy23-7 riAO LET-STORE OR OFFICE ROOM, AVTrn JL large vault, suitable for insurance office or similar business, In Germanla Savings Bank building. No. 419 AVood street: room formerly oc cupied by George Reinpman as. saloon, and now temporarily occupied by the American Express Co.; it is two steps below grade making s first class basement. Inquire at THE BANK. ie-oo-i? 1 -SHscelloneons. TO LET-AT K PER MO.-A COMPLETE house of 8 rooms; call or send for; list. W. A. HERRON &SONS, 80 Fourthavenue. seS-98-KWV PERSONAL. PEBSONALl-MALTBY'S OYSTER DEPOT. late 78 Fifth avenue removed to 641 Smith Held street; fresh oysters received dally: orders filled at lowest prices. J. B. HEMMEBLE, Mgr. sel-92-D PERSONAL-BOOKS! BOOKSI BOOKS! New and old. ancient and mouern. standard and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30,000 vol umes to select from.. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 900 Liberty St. au3-98 PERSON AL-A SON OF AVM. FOLE, 10 YBS. of age, left bis father's home near Point bridge o. 8., Saturday evening, and has not been heard of since. Any Information will be gladly received at tbe POINT BRIDGE TOLL OFFICE. sel5-5 PERSONAL HIS LOATE SUDDENLY BE TUBNED; recently they had not been on the best of terms owing to a-little family ar 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 air their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor, 63 Fifth ave., corner AVood St., second floor, and now everything Is lovely and peace and happiness again reigns in their household. Telephone 1558. au LOST. LOST YESTERDAY TWO MECHANICAL drawings, between Murtland and HUaad ave nues. East End: suitable reward to bring same to 127 Fifth avenue second floor back. CHAUNCEx B. BOSTWICK. sel6-15 LOST AT M'KEESPOBT. ON FBIDAY. Sept. 13.' 1389, certificate of deposit No. 1260, Issued bv the Anchor Savings Bank, In the sum of (3.190 18." payable to Conrad Auth: payment on the certificate navlng been stopped, It is of no use to the holder. aDd anyone returning the same to GEO. TV. BAN KIN. No. 148 Fifth ave.. Pitts burg, will be liberally rewarded and no questions asked. sel5-35 LOST-15.000 KEWABD-ON OB ABOUT JUNE 28, 1886, there were lost or stolen from the United States registered mall pouch for St, Louis, between Pittsburg and Indianapolis, 31 Alexander county. Illinois, bonds, numbers 78, 79, 80. 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94. 95, SO, 68, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71. 7i 73. 74, 75. 76. 77. 74. 79. 80, 81, 82. S3. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. with a lot of past doe coupons attached. These bonds were addressed to A. J. Well & Co. The above re ward will be paid and no questions asked for the return of the bonds and coupons, or (L 000 reward will be paid for positive proof that tbe bonds have been destroyed. Address all communications to A. J. WEIL & CO.. St. Louis. Mo. seU-l-MWT STRAYED. . STBAYED-OB8T0LE-FB0MTHEUNI)EB-SIGNED, dark brown Irish setter- dogr an swers to the name of Frank: no questions asked and liberal rewatd given if left at 214 Meyran ave. B. F. SMYTH. seIS-153 PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS-SEPARATE SEALED PRO POSALS are Invited up to noon of Sep tember 20, 18&9, for the erection of a hospital building and putting a second floor upon the workshop of tbe female department of the Pennsylvania Reform School -at Horganza, Pa. Plans and specifications can be seen and bids left at tbe office of T. D. Evans, architect, Lewis building, Pittsburg, Pa. Tbe right is reserved to reject any or all bios. By order of the BUILDING COMMITTEE. selO-73-MTuws PROPOSALS FOR PLATE AND BAR iron for monitor "Terror" September 14, 1889 Sealed proposals, indorsed "proposals for iron plates, ete, to be opened Octobers, 1889," will be received at tbe Bureau of Provisions and Clothing. Navy Department, Washington, D. C, until 12 o'clock noon, October 8, 1889, and publicly opened immediately thereafter, to fur nish and deliver, at the Navy Yard. New York, 121,871 pounds of iron plates, and 14,506 pounds of irpn bars, for the monitor "Terror.'' The material is to be subject to tbe regulation tests and conditions as prescribed by tbe Nary De partment, and pass the usual naval fhspectinn; the bids decided by lot. Blank forms of offer and specifications can be obtained upon appli cation to the Commandant of the Nary Y ard, or to tbe Bureau. Tbe Department reserves tbe right to reject any or all bids not deemed advantageous to the Government,'" JAKES FULTON, Paymaster General U. 8. Nary. selo-34-M PROPOSALS FOR STEEL PLATES FOR nse in tbe construction of tbe United States armored battle-shin "Texas," at tbe Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Va. Navy Depart ment, Washington, D. C, August 6, Jt89. Under authority conferred by the-act 6t Con gress, entitled "An act to increase tbe naval establishment," approved August 3. I8S6. (24 Statutes at Large, page 215,) sealed proposals are hereby invited, and will be received afi this Department until 12 o'clock noon, on Tuesday, the 1st day of October, 18S9, at which time and place they will be opened in tbe presence of at tending bidders for furnishing about six hun dred and sixty-one (661) tons (2,240 pounds) of steel plates, forty (40) ponnds per square foot, for nse in the construction of said battle-ship; about two hundred and forty-six (246) tons of such plates being for the lower layer of protective-deck plating, and about four hundred and fifteen (415) tons for the upper and middle layers of protective-deck plating, tbe npper and lower layers of top of redoubt, and. the ?rotective-side plating. Such plates to be de ivered at such place or places in tbe Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Va., as tbe Commandant of tbat Yard may designate. Deliveries to com mence within thirty (30) days from the date of contract, and to be completed within sixty (60) davs from the date thereof. The plates to be in accordance with a detailed schedule, which may be seen on application to tbe Bureau of Construction and Repair, Navy Department. All such plates to be of domestic manufacture, and to be accepted only after passing inch tests as may be prescribed therefor by the Sec retary of the Navy. Proposals must be made in accordance with forms which will be fur nished on application to the Bnreau of Con struction and Repair. Each proposal must be accompanied by satisfactory evidence that the bidder is able to furnish and deliver tbe mater ial for which he bids. Each proposal must be accompanied by a certified check, payable to the order of the Secretary of tbe Navy, for an amount equal to live per cent of tbe bid. The check received from tbe successful bidder will be retnrned to him on his. entering into a formal contract for the dne performance of the work, and giving bond for the same,with satisfactory surety, in a penal sum equal to twenty-flvo per cent of tbe amount of Ms bid; bnt in case he shall fail to enter into such con tract and to give such bond within ten days aft er notice of tbe acceptance of bis proposal, the check accompanying such proposal shall be come tbe property of the United States. AH checks accompanying proposals which are not. accepted will be returned immediately after the award shall have been made. Information relative to tbe dimensions and shapes of plates, and all other information essential to bidders, will be furnished on application to tbe Bureau of construction and Repair. Proposals must be made in duplicate and inclosed in envelopes marked "Proposals for Steel Plates for Ar mored Battle-ship Texas.'" and addressed to the Secretary of the Navy, Navy Department, AVasbington, D. C. The Secretary of tbe Navy reserves the right to reject anv or all bids, as,in bis judgment, the interests of the Government may require B. F. TRACY, anl3-54-M Secretary of the Navy. EDUCATIONAL. ST. GEORGE'S HALL FQIt BOYS AND young men, St. George's, lid., near Balti more Prof. J. C. Kinear, A. M., Principal. Col lege or business. Unsurpassed in advantages, comfon and situation. (200 to $275 a year. au!7-92 SHADYBIDE ACADEMY-SCHOOLYEAR begins September 18. Examinations for admission will be held Wednesday morning, 18th. at 10 o'clock. For further information apply to Prof. W. R, CRABBE, Principal, Shadyslde. seIS-46-P A, E. L1NKKNHE1MEK, ARCHITECT, 645 Smlthfleld street, Pittsburg, Pa. Frelhelts Freund Building, second floor. mh2i-60-JtWF ACCTieS SALBS. ASTER'S HALE. In (be Court ox Common Pleas No. 1 of AJ-g cbeny county. Thomas) C. Fallen et ai, vs. James B. AisoWj etal. No. 51 September terra, 1880, in iArf By authority ot an order of the Cesrt August 10, 1889. in the above entitled ctx,' IwH ; expose tbs foilowine described real estate r saleatpubllc auction to the highest Mdr, ffc OnWEDNESDAY.SEPTEMBKB26,lBW,atl. o'clock A. il. on the nremise&tat No. 38 hi' William Arthur's first nlan. beeiBBise ea Arthur street, Pittsburg. Fa., at eorseroftet No. 36, thence along Arthur street aSfsecsaeM .'j or less to una oi lot no. m, ana iseme ex tending back preserving the same wMMt H4 feet to the boundary line-of sold b4b. AtU o'clock A. H., of the same day on the premises, lot No. 117 m Thomas Sean's plan of l4v bounded by lots No. 116 and 118 and by See street and Cherry alley. froatlng'34tfeetos SeetC street, and running back 100 feet to Cherry alley, Pittsbuir. Pa-, bavteg thereon eteoted ''J two irame dwelling nouses. At 12 o'clock noon ot the same day, oatket S remises, all that certain lot sitaate istfee Jxth ward, Pittsburg, Pa-, begianisg oa tfe south side of Fifth avenue, 286 feet 9 Inches west of Chestnut street, tseaea westward! v alone Fifth avenne 81 feet: and 6 inches, and thence loathwariHr auu paraueJ wifcu ijjcsiuu mcov pre serving the same width. 112 feet, to Watses. street, bavingtbereon erected a single asd a double brick dwelling bouse. At 2 o'clock P. il. ot the same day, on the premises, half of lot No, 7 in Marie corner ot lot No. 6. on Fourteen street, " Bouuislde. i-ittSDurg. -a., sseaee aiosg. Fourteenth street southwardly 24 feet to lte of lot No. 8, and thence extendJae hack east- wardly, preserving the same width, 88 feet S, inches, having thereon erected a smaH Dries: dwelling house. j as a O'ciock y. su oi ine same ty. on me? premises, all that certain lot beelantoeon tbe north side of Wharton street, 18 feet east ot Meadow street, tbenee extending is front oa Wharton street eastwardly 20 feet and ia depth northwardly, preserving the same width. 139 feet, to an alley 24 feet wide, baring thorooo. erected a small frame dwelling house. ALSO, ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER M, -J 1880. at tbe Grant street entrance 'to tho AH-e.- gheny county Court House; at 11 o cloclt A. Jf.. all that tract of land, centala-, ine 50 acres and 108 perches, sita ate in Green Tree borough and Scott town-': snip, Allegheny county. K&-. Dounaea oy lamts , heirs of Daniel Sbawban, Bell's Run: belrs of isaac itaoweu ana xpomas oteeiani wiiusa Hendy, all but about 3" acres of which is UNDERLAID WITH COAL, 1 which will be ofiered separato from tfeosar ' face. Terms of sale 5 per cent at time of sale, one third on deliverv of deed and the balance) ia i one and'two years, secure! by first bond asd -a mortgage wun interest payaDiosemi-annaaiiy, j ana witn au aay scire racias clause. . A. 5L KEEPER. Master. Room 857. Bakewell Law Building, cor- GraatM and Diamond streets, Pittsburg. Pa. WILKINS LINHART. Auctioneer. No. 8M Fourth are., Pittsburg. Pa. au36-'-7-irrhj! xix jaa w. uoAtrxa as w. - v PUBLIC SALE OF 3 TO 10 ACRE PLOTS OF GROUND "OAK GROVE," AT YOUNG STATION; t Between Parnassus and Valley Camp. THURS-. o'clock, on tbe premises, or on the arrival oC Q inezo'ciocic express train at xoungs nation, adloininc tho property. Abont SO acres in alfc. laid off in 3 to 10 acre plots, all quite dose to the railroad station, and to tbe town of Parnas sus, where there are churches, schools, stores, etc., etc. On tbe property there are beautiful knolls, groups and rows ot trees, several un failing springs, coal, natural gas, eta Few places offer so many desirable points for residence purposes or for suburban homes. Take express train from Union Station at 2 o'clock on day of sale. Free tickets at our ' omce. Plans ana xartner particulars irom ' -j JAS. W DRAPE & CO. Agents and Auctioneers, 129 Fourth avenue., pittSDurg. set-Bj-D 1 DMINISTHATOR'S AUCTION SALBOFv r the entire stock of a manufacturer adj jobber in furniture. W ill he sold without re-s serve to the hlehest bidder, at the rooms. 311? Market st. TUESDAY MORNING, Septem ber 17, at 10 o-ciocir, snarp. Thirteen fine chamber suits In oak and wal nut; 18 handsome parlor suits, made for their, own trade and upholstered in tbe best stjl-aa nrf lftV(rlllM. thpfIA IITA In Endf-th TM40S MM French tapestry and plushes, easy chairs and.' ' rocKers, nne tames, mirror-aoor warurooes,-: sideboards, leather chairs, fine leather couch, cabinets, bookcases, lounges, chiffoniers; also bureaus, bedsteads, wasbstands and cribs; all of which were manufactured by them for their own trade, and must be sold to settle ac counts. The goods are now in our store and. are now on exhibition. This is your opportunity if yon want to buy 41 iurniture 01 any Kinu. 11 wiu pay 10 anena inia sale, as the goods will go to the hizhest bidder without anv regard to cost. HENRY AUC TION CO., 3U Market st. sel5-10 ADMINISTRATORS' AUCTION SALE Of Fine Parlor and!Cnamber Suits, Din ing Room and Library Furniture, Cart Har ness, etc, at the late residence of Chas. L. Cald well, deceased. 73 Lincoln avenue, Allegheny, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPT. IS, at 10 o'clock. The furnlshment embrace handsome Turk ish Parlor Suit in Tapestry, Fortlers, Curtains, Couches, Pictures. Bric-a-brac Rockers, Wal nut Bookcases, Cabinet Desk, fine large Halt Rack, Rugs, Toilet Ware. Bedsteads. Bureaus, Washstands, Center Tables, Hair Mattresses, Feather Beds, Springs, Hoover Bed-Lounge, Chiffoniers, Brussels and Velvet Carpets oa rnnmq halls and stairs; Sideboard. Leothar. Chairs, Refrigerator, Pillar Extension TableTl i Kitchen goods, eta, eta Sale positive, Dy order of the Fidelity Titles and Trust Company, Administrators. Hottsej open after 8 o'clock morning of sale. HENRY AUCTION CO, LI1L, sel5-115 Auctioneers- T ARE CHANCE & ESTRABLE NORTH AVE. RESrDENCJBi aT.T.Trrtvrpw r-TTV AT AUCTION On the premises, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 2L At 2 o'clock P.M. Lot 40x80, corner of North are. and Orchard! alley, on which is erected that desirable brick: residence containing 12 rooms, with brick car riage bouse, stabling: building fitted ont incom plete order: natural and artificial gas; sew age complete. Terms, one-third cash, balance) fire to ten years; call and examine premises, A. J. PENTECOST, 413 Grant st. gelS-ll-srwr AMUSE31EXTS. BIJOU THEATER To-night, ALVIN JOSLIN rs ONE OF THE OLD STOCK. September 23 Geo. C. Jenk's U. S. Mall Co, selS-17 mm: NEW WORLD'S MUSEUM Allegheny City. This week. September 18, BIG ELIZA. THE GREAT BEYMOUB, FERDNANDES. 4 EMERALDS. A GREAT SHOW. sel6-12 HARRIS' THEATER EVERY AFTER. NOON and evening. The Powerful Domestic Drama, WOMAN AGAINST WOMAN. Week of 23d Tbe Waifs of New York. sel5-I0 TTARRY WILLIAMS' J ARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY To-night, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and satnraay, AUSTIN'S AUSTRALIANS. Aimee, the Human Fly, and 25 Stars. sel5-13 CHAS. SOMERS & CO., 313 Wood St REAL ESTATE. -4i Choice and cheap, large and small, im proved and unimproved properties throughout both cities and suburbs. Call and ses ns. Telephone No. 100, se4U piANOb, ORGANS. a HAMILTON. 81 AND 93 FIlTH AVENUE. - Pittsburg. Pa, ; au30-74-s J &k&&xt, BISTH!