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PITTSBURG 'rDISPATOH,"THQESDAY, OCTOBER "-10, v 1889
V - 7&r THE
FREE MEDICAL AID.
What the Pittsburg Dispensary Has
Done for Many Unfortunates.
THE MANAGEK'S ANNUAL EEPORT.
Governor BeaTcr Gets a Left-Handed Com
pliment for Bis Teto.
IOU ARE IKYITED 10 GIVE IOUESIITE
. The Pittsburg Free Dispensary. Nos. 91
and 96 Sixth avenue, yesterday issued its
sixteenth annual report The Board of
Managers is composed of Messrs. Levi H.
Harris, President; C. C. Baer, treasurer;
S. N. Benham, M. D., Vice President; Geo.
F. Smith, Secretary; Reuben Miller, Will
iam Thaw, "W"m. O'iL Scully, A. Koenig,
M. D., J. A. Lippincott, M. 1., J. J.
Buchanan, JI. D., F. Semple. D.Leet Wil
son, Chas. F. "Wells, John M. Kennedy,
"W. E. Schmertz, Geo. K. Stevenson, John
Dnnlap, Jas. L Buchanan, D. Herbert
Hostetter and Colonel J. Collard.
The managers state that the report -was
not issued at the end of the sixteenth year,
March 31 last, on account of the absence of
the President at the time, and then was
further delayed by the Johnstown calamity.
The sixteenth year ended with an indebted
ness of 220, and since then, owing to unto
ward circumstances, it has increased to
$1,500. It is hoped that when manufactur
ers come to realize that the greater number
of people who apply at the dispensary for
relief are persons employed by them and
that the relief afforded saves them much
money they might be called upon to supply,
the manutacturers aforementioned will see
their way clear to putting the institution on
During the past year there were 10,042
calls at the dispensary for relief, 590 visits
were made to the homes of patients too ill to
call at the dispensary, and 448 cases were
prescribed for in the offices of the physicians,
making in all 11,080 calls on their valuable
time. TheaDothecarvdisDensed.11,831 pre-
scriptions. The management states that
such services cannot be computed in the
coin of the realm.
A tribute is paid the memory of Dr.
David Hostetter and "Win. Thaw, whose
death foots a total of eight of the original
corporators who havei passed irom time to
A TOUGH TIME OF IT.
The dispensary has Cad a rocky road to
travel. Its building on Sixth avenue,
which originally cost $52,000, had its walls
cracked and was thrown out of plumb by
excavation on adjoining property and was
condemned by the Building Inspector and
the management was compelled to take it
down. A new building, costing $22,000, is
being erected and it is expected to be ready
for occupancy by November 1. The
necessity for its erection and
rent of another building meantime
have forced the use of the endowment
fund and the borrowing of money. It is
desired to make the new dispensary, as far
as possible, the center of tbe organized char
ities of the city.and with this object in view,
a part of the building has been placed at the
disposal of the Society for the Improvement
of the Poor, which will be availed of by
them on its completion. They also have a
small lecture' room, which may be used free
of charge by charitable organizations for
lectures, concerts and other entertainments
for charitable purposes.
The last Legislature was asked for bread,
and gave it by a large majority, but the
Governor petrified the bequest in the un
favorable report of the State Board of -Charities,
which regarded the dispensary as a
mere local chari.y, and only entitled to
local support While the management re
spects the Governor's prerocative, it never
theless hits him between the lug and the
born for discriminating against the dispen
sary, giving it a stone while hospitals,
whose scope is no more general, were allowed
WOESE AND tVOBSE.
In this respect the dispensary has been
singularly unfortunate. Its first applica
tion for State aid was uring tbe session of
of 1876-77, when though the Committee on
Appropriations recommended the applica
tion, n bills of that character were finally
acted upon. During the session of 1880-81,
$15,000 were asked lor, and the Appropria
tion Committee agreed to give it, pro
vided a like amount was raijed here
by private contributions for an endowment
fund. The amount was promptly raised,
but the member in charge neglected to call
up the bill for action at tbe proper time. In
1883-83 both Honses agreed to appropriate
$10,000, but Governor Pattison vetoed the
bill. Discouraged in this direction, the
management propose 1 to get along without
State help and by borrowing from the en
dowment fund were getting on fairly well
until the accident to tbe Dispensary build
ing entailed a cost of $22,000 and the last
hope was dashed to the ground by Governor
It is estimated that the work done has
caved the community $320,000, and proved
the right of the dispensary to exist, and the
public is asked to contribute sufficient to
pay running expenses and erect the build
ing and make the endowment fund whole.
The report of the general medical depart
ment shows 2,785 cases treated during tnS
past year; that of the surgical department,
708 cases; eye and ear department, 423
cases; total number of operations on the
eye, 58; diseases of the ear, 90; opera
tions on the ear, 8: total number
ot cases and operations on eye and ear, 1,158;
cases treated in the gynecological depart
ment, 205; cases of skin diseases treated, 04;
cases of diseases of nose and throat treated,
225; visits to the dispensary during the year,
ending March 31, 1889. 10,482; cases treated
during same period, 4,500; visits made to
patients at their homes, 590, and office calls,
448, in the outdoor relief department; pre
scriptions issued by the apothecary, 11,831.
LOOKED LIKE WAE,
An Italian's Big Gnn Got Him In Serious
Louis Ciska, an Italian, under the influ
ence of liquor, entered the little cigar store
of Mrs. L. Duncan, on "Washington street,
yesterday afternoon and attacked her. He
was ejected by a gentleman who gave his
name as Frank Howe, and who happened to
be in the store at the time. Ciska attempted
to pull a revolver on Mr. Howe, but was
prevented by bystanders, and went away
vowing vengeance. Mr. Howe then re
ported the matter to Officer Mulvehill, who
proceeded to the place just in time to find
the Italian and Mrs. Duncan engaged in a
fight. He arrested them both, and at Cen
tral station a large, loaded revolver was
found on Ciska. Mr. Howe called at the
station, and told his version of the story, and
promised as a disinterested party to attend
the hearing this morning.
The Teachers Institute.
The programme for the seventy-fourth
meeting of the Teachers Institute, which
will be held in tbe Ralston School, Satur
day, morning, consists of a class drill in
reading by pupils of step 1 of the Bloom
field school, conducted by Miss Lizzie Gard
ner; a discussion on "The Duties of School
Principals," led by Principal Samuel An
drews; and a discussion on "What Can be
Done to Make Our Schools More Efficient,"
led by Principal H. W. Fisher. The school
excursion to Bell's Gap occurs on Saturday
and will probably interfere with the attend
ance at the institute.
Jobann HofTs Malt Extract
Has wonderful tonic and nutritive qualities
tbat have made it so popular. Quite nat
urally imitators have come into the market,
against which the public should be warned.
See that "Johann Hoff's" signature is on
the neck of the bottle. Eisner & Mendelson
Co., sole agents, 6 Barclay street, New
THE DATES FIXED.
Days on Which School Children Will Visit
The Central Board of Education Com
mittee having in charge the visit of the
school children to the Exposition had a con
ference with tbe Exposition managers yes
terday afternoon. It was decided that tbe
children from steps 10 to 14 should be ad
mitted free, it not being thought advisable
to take the smaller pupils. The visits will
commence to-morrow morning at 9 o'clocki
After the conference Superintendent Luckey
arranged the following schedule for the
Friday, October 11, Dnquesne, Forbes,
Franklin, Grant, Hancock, Moorhead. North,
O Hara, Ralston, South and Springfield. Mon
day, October 11, Park, Blooinheld, Lawrence,
Minersville, Alt Albion, Soho, Bellefield, For
tieth street, Bavard and Washington No. 2.
Tnesday, October 15, Colfax, Hiland, Home
wood, Liberty, Lincoln, Morse, Peebles, Ster
rett and Wfckorsham. Wednesday, October
16, Allen, Bedford, Birmingbamrflumboldt1
Knox. Luckey, Monongahela, Mt Washington,
Riverside, St. Clair and Thad Stevens. Thurs
day, October 17, High School and Normal
It is estimated that from 800 to 1,000 chil
dren will probably be present each morn
ing. It is probable tbat some of the schools
will not accept the invitation. It will be
necessary for the teachers to accompany the
pupils, and should it happen that only half
the pupils in a room desired to go. an
awkward question would arise as to whether
tbe teacher should go to the show or remain
and instruct the pupils who stay at school.
Another objection is that if the pupils are
given & half holiday in the morning not one
third of them could be gotten into the school
ior the afternoon session.
AKMSTKOKG KETDKNS HOME.
He Exacts a Promise That lie Shall be
"William Armstrong, tbe coal operator of
Lawrenceville, who became a victim to
melancholia some years ago, and 18 months
since was placed in a private medical hos
pital at Merchantville, N. J., by his family
and who escaped some weeks ago, came
home with his brother, Frank, from Mon
treal, yesterday morning. About a month
ago William borrowed enough money from
one of tbe hospital physicians to purchase a
ticket to Philadelphia and during the night
following stole away from the nurse, and,
by means of a rope made from a sheet, let
himself down from a window, and subse
quently went to Montreal, under the im
pression that be was escaping the conse
quence of some crime.
He got work on a Government building
which is being erected, and then tele
graphed to a brother in Ireland for money.
The brother telegraphed to another brother,
Frank Armstrong, of this city, for a bill of
particulars, and this led him to visit Mon
treal. William would not return until he
had exacted a promise that he should not
again be incarcerated. He is believed to be
REAL ESTATE SAVINGS BANK, LML,
401 Smlthfield Street, cor. Fourth Avenue.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $45,000.
Deposits of $1 and upward received and
interest allowed at 4 per cent tts
New Games of Characters!!!
So popular at Chautauqua and elsewhere.
Game of Bible characters, 600 questions,
Game of the States, 500 questions, price .60c
Game of American characters, 600 ques
tions, price 75c
Game of foreign characters, 600 ques
tions, price 75c
Garde of cities (American and foreign),
600 questions, price 75c
Any of above sent, postage paid, on re
ceipt of price by L. Brueninger & Co.f 535
Smithfield st, Pittsbnrg, Pa., wholesale
and retail stationers. ttsu
Oar 811 90 Overcoats for To-Day.
Do you catch the idea? If you do, ob
serve that for to-day we offer as a bargain,
some new light colored kersey overcoats,
which we just received, at the bargain price
of $11 90." You can't begin to buy these
same garments under $25. P. C. C.C.,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
The attention of those seeking a good
real estate investment is called to the auc
tion sale of properties on Thursday, Octo
ber 10, at 2 o clock on Thirty-fifth and But
ler streets, and on Short, Liberty and Ligo
nier streets at 4 o'clock. See ads. in adver
Tbe Vichy of America.
"Why drink impure water when the abso
lutely pure Ponce de Leon mineral spring
water can be procured for $4 per case of 50
pint bottle;) (carbonated), f. o. b. Mead
ville. Address, Ponce de Leon Mineral
Springs Co., Meadville, Pa. ih
Tisltinc Eastern Cities.
Messrs. Crumrine and Bassett,of Crumrine,
Bane & Bassett, are visiting New York and
Boston markets looking up choice designs
in paper hangings, aiming to get the newest
and best colorings in mural decorations.
"We are receiving daily the newest things
in wall and ceiling hangings, designed by
the leading artists.
Ceumeute, Bake & Bassett,
tts 416 Wood st.
Ix novelty combination patterns we are
showing some handsome new effects at
$12 50 and $15 each.
TTSSU HUGUS & HACKE.
Cabinet photos, $1 per doz. Lies' Pop
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st. ttsu
Featjesheim & Vilsack's Iron City
beer grows in favor every day. 'Phone 1186.
Men's natural wool underwear.
James H. Aiken & Co., 100 Fi!th ave.
24-IN. plushes, 75c, $1, $1 25 and $1 50 a
jrd.; the best values shown; airfhe new col
orings. Hugits & Hacke.
Fine onyx clocks sold very cheap at
Steinmann's, 107 Federal st n
Men's fine neckwear, great variety.
James H. Aiken & Co., 100 Fifth ave.
Extba good value in ladies' cloth, 52
in. wide, 60c a yd., worth 80c; all leading
colors. Hugus & Hacke.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OP THE
stockholders of the Pennsylvania Salt
Manufacturing Co. will be held at tbeir office
No. 115 Chestnut st, Philadelphia, on
WEDNESDAY, October 23, 1SS9, at 12 o'clock
noon, for tbe election of seven directors for the
ensuing year, and snch other business as may
be brought before them.
AUSTIN M. FURVES, Secretary.
VTOTICE-BY ORDER OF THE BOARD
iM of Directors of tbe McKeesport Light Co.
a stockholders' meeting will be held on FRI.
DAY, November B, 1889, at 80 p.m.. to con
sider proposed change in Article I. Section 1 of
old bylaws, which now reads: Article i Sec
tion L Tbe affairs of this company shall be
managed by nine directors, who shall be elected
annually, to serve for the ensulnz year and
until their successors shall be elected. Pro
posed chance: Article I, Section L The affairs
of this company shall toe managed by five direc
tors, who shall be elected annually, to serve for
tbe ensuing year and until their successors
shall be elected. G. L. REIBER, Secretary.SS
P. S. And also to elect directors for ensuing
McKezsfort, Pa., October 8, 1SS9. oclO-89
r A. BALPH,
41 Seventh avenue,
Telephone 1344, se5-38-TT3
B3"IHsplay advertisements one dollar pa
square for one-insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
2b -Let, eta, ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken or less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient 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
THOMAS MCCAFFREY. 33C9 Butltr street.
EMIL G. STUOKEY, nth street and 1'enn ave.
E. G. 8TUCKEY ACO., Wylle ave. and Fultonst
N. BTOKJOiY, Firth Avenue Market House.
J..W. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER & SHE1BLER, 5th av. & Alwood at.
JACOB SPOHN. No. I Carson street.
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carson street
A. J. KAERCHEU, 59 Federal street.
H. J. McBRIDE. Market House, Allegheny.
FEED H. EGGERS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGERS SON. Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western anft Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES, Pennsvlvaniaand Beaver aves.
PERKY 11. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
W. ,W. FLOCK.EB, Stationer. No. 4 Grant aTe.
WANTEB-SHORT ORDER COOK; COL
ORED. 6U9 SMITHFIELD ST. OClO-K
CAULKERS AT STEWARTS
sr ATION, 1. K. K. : 2 25 per day. oclO-49
TTTANTED-A LIVE MAN TO SOLICIT AND
V sell real estate. J. K. COOPER & Co., 107
Fourth ave. oc8-65
WANTED-A GOOD CANVASSER FOR THE
Century Dictionary. H. rt'ATTS & CO.,
431 Wood st. OC9-54
WANTED-THREE GOOD STOVE MOUNT
ERS. Apply at once. OHIO VALLEY
FOUNDRY CO., Mansfield. O. oclO-24
WANTEU-BOY TO LEARN THE BARBER
trade: one who can board at home pre
ferred. Apply A. KOHLEE, SO Fourth are.
WANTED-3 FIKST-CLASS EMTERPKISING
real estate salesmen; liberal commission.
ALLES 4 BAILEV. 161 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
TTT"ANTED-SALESMAN TO SELL, GOODS UY
V sample: good salary paid. Write to CEN-
TENNIAL21FG. CO., Cincinnati, O., or Chicago.
-TT7-ANTKD-A BREAD AND CAKE BAKER,
YV immediately, at Boston, 3 miles above
McKeesport, P., ilcK. & Y. R. B. "Wil. SHAN
-TTTANTED-TWO WRAPPER BOYS; NONE
it neea appiy except loose navujr Did ex
aiso tnree crrana ooys,
WANTED A HAMMERMAN FOR MEOIUM
and small sizes tool steel: mustbe a Rood
-workman and steady. Address HAMMERMAN,
Dispatch office. oclO-23
WANTED-MANAGER FOR SAVING, LOAN
andbnllilnfr Co.: chartered .1SS1; no en
trance fees charged. MANAGER, Room 280 Bul
lltt bnlldlnc. Philadelphia, Pa. oclO-17
WANTEO-CATHOLIO MAN FAIRLY EDU
CAtED; permanent employment with ad
vancement: (IS weekly: reference required.
KUNZ & CO., 2 Fonrth ave., upstairs. ' oelO-47
YTTANTED-MAN CAPABLE OF TAKING
V charge of a set of books: must have knowl
edge of the ilquoi- business: reference required.
G. W. MEREDITH, East Liverpool, O. oc9-S9
WANTED-MALE NURSE FARM HANDS,
man for hotel Mtchen, hotel housekeeper,
seamstress, child's nurse, dlnine room girl, 3
nureeclrls. MEEHAN'S, 545 Grant street. oc8-D
-rXT-ANTED FIRST-CLASS MACHINIST FOR
W hydraulic and repair work of a Bessemer
plant; must be sober, Industrious and capable;
references required. Address, P. o. BOX 641,
WANTED-A WATCHMAKER, SINGLE,
who speaks German preferred, who can en
grave and do general workg to & good man will
Klve rood wages: must Rive references. Address
BOX 102, Johnstown, Pa. oclO-71
TnrjANTED-A TRUSTWORTHY MAN OF
V V good habits, residing ouulde Pittsburg, to
represent In State old N.Y. house; salarr (70
monthly; references exchanged. SUPT. MFG.
HOUSE, Lock Box 1610, N . Y. oc7-4S-Th
-T7"AMED-KEI.1ABLE LOCAL ANUTHAV
II ELING salesmen; positions permanent;
special Inducements now: fast-selling specialties;
don't delay; salary from start. BROWN BROS.,
Nurserymen, Rochester. N.Y. sel7-70-TT8
WANTED-AGENTS TO SELL OUR ELE
GANT albums on easy payments; these
albums are the finest in the city, and yon can
make big money selling them. E. GATELY &
CO., 25 Federal st., Allegheny, Pa. ocS-25-ttsu
ANTED-GENERAL AGENT FOR PITlS
BURG and contiguous territory for the ssle
of our constant current (arc light) electric motor;
unexceptionable references required. CINCIN
NATI ELECTRIC ENGINE CO., Cincinnati, O.
WANTED-ENERGETIC MEN TO TAKE EX
CLUSIVE control of our goods in their lo
cality; we make an article that will nave an Im
mense sale, and yield at least S1.5O0 yearly: no
capital required. S. B. M. & CO.. Box 1194,
Phila.. Pa. OC9-93
-VTTANTED TWO FIRST-CLASS CLOTHING
Y V salesmen, 35 to 40 years: good wages to right
parties: In a strictly one-price store: none but
tho-e who have had a long experience need
applr. MARKS CLOTHING HOUSE, 47 Main
St., Bradford, Pa. ocS-5
WANTEO-BUS1NESS MEN AT SMART'S
COLLEGE, No. 4 Sixth St.; expert book
keeping and balancing, arithmetic, penmanship,
shorihan J and typewriting 1'iught thoroughly for
t5 per month to 1
lames ana genuemen;
u. to s F. M.
WANTED-A LIVE. ENERGETIC MAN, TO
employ and manage agents; salary lLOOOa
F'ear: must give unquestionable references and
nvcsttlOO; ample security given for Investment.
Call or address THE GEO. 8. CL1NEPDBLISH
1NG HOUSE, 5 Sixth avenue. oclO-44
WANTED-5IALE HELP-S50 SALARY, $40
expenses in advance allowed each month.
Steady employment at home or traveling. No
soliciting. Duties delivering and making collec
tions. No nostal cards. Address with stamp,
HAFER & CO., Piqna, Ohio. ocS-6S-TTSSn
V powder and pure spices; gins with goods;
coke workers, miners or mlilmui can makemoney
In their spare time: special Inducements to per
sons having established trade. YAMASH1RO
TEA CO., S3 Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa.
WANTED-CANVASSEH3 AND GENERAL
agents everywhere to sell a ladles' patent
adlustable shoe; over one million pair sold In New
England; every lady purchases at sight; large
profits, exclusive territory. Address, with stamp.
TAVLOlt ADJUSTABLE SHOE STORE, No. 19
Euclid ave, Cleveland. Ohio. ocS-78-TTSSu
-TITANTED-SALESMEN AT 175 PER MONTH
I V salary and expenses, to sell a line ofsllver-
plated ware, watches, etc.; by sample only; horse
and team furnished free; write at once for full
artlculars and sample case of goods free. STAN
ARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass.
WANTED-AGENTS-TO SELL OUR NON
EVAPORATING, non-freezing chemical Are
pall, patented: exclusive territory given: sells to
factories, hotels, business blocks, dwellings, etc.;
an entirely new thing and sells on eight; Indorsed
N. E. Insurance Ex.. Factory Mnt. Ins, Cos., Chi
cago Underwriters' Association, etc ; sample nail,
price list, etc. sent on receipt of J2. AddressTUE
WORCESTER FIRE APPLIANCE CO. Incor
porated, No. 33 Front street, Worcester, Mass.
-TTTANTED-IN COUNTRY-GOOD GIRL FOR
V general work; small family: good home.
Address A. L. BHOADS, Mnrrysvlllc, Westmore
land co Pa. oclO-13
-TIT ANTED - EXPERIENCED GIRLS TO
V operate steam power sewing machines,
also nntd handsewers. SAMPLINER & RICH.
619 Liberty st. oclO-46
WANTED-AT ONCE-AN INTELLIGENT
young lady for our sale department; posi
tion permanent and lucrative to proper party.
Apply to MANAGER, Room 2. 1036 Penn ave.
TU" ANTED LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
V wishing to earn S3 to 85 a day at home: no
canvassing: work furnished and sent bvmall.
Address, with stamp, CRYSTALIZED PHOTO
CO., 117 West Sixth St.. Cincinnati. O. oc9-49
WANTED A RELIABLE GIRL AS COOK
for small family at Sbadyslde: best wages
paid; only first-class referenceswlll he considered.
Apply this Thur6davalternoon at office. No. 6230
PENN AVE, near Shady lane, East Liberty,
WANTED A MIDDLE AGED. WELL
educated and refined lady at CHRISTY'S
DANCING ACADEMY, 1010 4 1012 Penn avenne;
a permanent position and good salary will be
given tbe proper person. Office hours from 1 to 4
WANTED-LADY AGENTS FOE OUR NEW
Mcintosh raglan; superior cloth. In wide
stripes on outside; vnlcanlzed rubber on inside;
close fitting; very stylish; never spots: beautiful
as the finest cloth garment ever made, and is abso
lutely water-prooi; agents sell six a day and
make S3; great opportunity: also fine line other
goods. Address ETH. CAMPBELL, 4S4 Randolph
St., Chicago. ocl-SS-TTS
XtTANTED-TO EMPLOY A FEW LADIES,
V on salary, to take charge of my business at
their homes; entirely unobjectionable; light; very
fascinating and bealthfnl: no talking required;
permanent position; wages 10 per week In ad
vance; good pay foi part time; my references In
clude some ol the best well-known people of Lou
iRvfiin. (MnelnnatL Pittsburg and elsewhere. Ad-
drcisTwlth stamp, MRS. MARION WALKER,
WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
WORK. S3H BUTLER ST., city. oclO-11
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS GIRL TO 8EW
on custom coats. 525 SMITHFIELD bT.
3Ia!e nhd Pemale flelo.
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED DRYGOODS'
saleslady, also aboy having experience In
the same business; relerence required. Apply at
P. SILVERMAN'S, No. 363 Filth ave. OClO-59
WANTEO-FRENCH NURSE TO TAKE
charge or two children, cooks, dining room
girls, chambsrmalds, nurses, 100 houseglrls, Ger
man and colored girls, farm hands, drivers, man
for dairy. MR3.TE. THOMPSON, 608 Grant St.
WANTED-AGENTS. MALE OR FEMALE,
in all country towns, to sell photograph
albums: latest designs for fall trade Just received;
big profits and quick returns to energetic agents;
writo terms, etc. UNION PUBLISHING CO.,
103 Fourth ave. seZJ-so rrrsu
WANTED - TOSITION AS SHORTHAND
and typewriter by a young lady: can give
best of reference. Address C. Y., Dispatch of
TUTANTED-A SITUATION AS BOOKKEEP
YV ER; have had experience in planing mill
and lumber; no objection to leave the city. Ad
dress 1'INE, Dispatch offlie. oclO-27
WANTED-A RAPID AND ACCURATE AC
COUNTANT, thoroughly competent to
handle correspondence ana general office wrk,
at present In charge of books or rolling mill and
nafi factory, at liberty Oct. 15, desires an engage
ment; highest recommendations from present em
ployers. Address X. Y. 11., Dispatch office.
Booms. Bouse. Etc'
WANTED-BY NEWLY MARRIED COUPLE,
a small house or i unfurnished rooms, with
gas and water; prefer near L. E. depot. Address
A. W. P., Dispatch office. oclO-2
WANTED-YOUNG MAN DESIRES ROOM
and boarding in private famllv: convenient
to East Liberty station; reference given and re
quired. R.E. P., Dispatch office. oclO-68
XTT ANTED MORTGAGES
V city property, in large or small amounts. See
W. A. iuaiHUK s suns, eurourtnave.
V In suras to suit at 4K, 5 and C per cent.
ALLES 4; BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
TTTAK1 ED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PBOP-
V EBTY. overS4,000 4K ner cent; no tax.
HEN RY A. WEAVER & CO,
2 Fourth avenue.
in large and small amounts at 4H, 5 and 6
per cent, free of State tax: no delay. REED B.
COYLE & CO.. 131 Fourth ave. my21-60
WANTED-TO LOAN 8350,000 ON ilOKT
GAGES In amounts to suit, In city or coun
try, at 4K to 6 per cent, as to security; no delay.
SAMUEL V. BLACK 4 CO., 99 Fourth ave.
TTTANTED-TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
TV or p, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4)4 per cent, free ortax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK & BA1RD,
95 Fourth avenue.
WANTED-MOETGAGES-ILCOO, C00TO LOAN
on city and suburban properties at 4K, 5 and
per cent, and on larms In Allegheny and aqja
cent counties at S per cent. 1. M. PEN NOCK &
bON, 105 1 onrth avenue. ap'-fil
WANTED-TO CORRESPOND WITH EAST
ERN party of some means and large exper
ience In negotiating coal lands; no better prop
erties nave ever Deen on
BOX 390, Kansas City. Mo.
TTTANTED-TO liOAN $310,000 ON MORT
VV GAGES; (100 and" upward at 6 per cent;
(500,000 at 4K per cent on residences or business
property: also In adjoining counties. S. H,
FREN CH, 125 Fourth avenue. oc31-e84-D
-TTrANTED-FARMERS TO BRING FALLEN
V V apples suitable for cider vinegar to 170 Sec
ond ave. H. J. HEINZ CO. se28-83-D
WANTED - FARMERS WILL RECEIVE
cash for apples suitable for apple butter at
163 and 170 Second ave. H. J. HEINZ CO.
VTT AN TED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
YV dozen (13) of Stewart & Co. 's tine cabinet
photos for SL at 90 and 92 FEDERAL bT.. Alle
WANTED-BPANISH STUDENTS-AN EX
CELLENT opportunity for learning the
Spanish, lor business or commercial purposes.
Address C. A., Dispatch office. 0C3-33-TTS
TTANTED-TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
V BEES to secure a fine gold watch for each
one in the club at SI 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX 501, and I will call and snow you the watch.
WANTED-SOBER AND HONEST MEN TO
sell umbrellas, albums, blankets and silver
ware on payments in the cltv; good salaries paid
to persevering men. UNION CREDIT CO., 103
Fourth ave. oc3-9S-mtwtt
WANTED BIDS BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED
on the removal of two double brick houses.
Thirteenth and Washington sts., Braddock, un--
til October 12. Inquire ot JOSEPH WOLF,
Braddock, Pa. OC9-94
WANTED-THE PEOPLE TO KNOW THAT
YEAGER & CO..70 Federal St., Allegheny,
will make cabinets of anybody during this month
for 75c per doz.; bring tbe little ones: don't miss;
No. 70 Federal st. These cabinets will not fade.
TTANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO-
VV TOGRAPHER, 96 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at tl 50 per
uuzen; puuios aeuvereu wueu promised
FOR bALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOE SALE-BLUFF ST., NEAE COLLEGE,
new brick house. 8 rooms, hall, bathroom,
finished basement; all late improvements: lot 23
ft. 9 In. by 133 ft.: terms to suit. ROBT. COW
ARD, No. 20 Btuflst, acI-ST'TTSSU
FOR SALE-AT 14,750-VERY REASONABLE
terms: short walk from the postoffice, on
Bluff st.. Sixth ward; a neat brick bouse of S
rooms, late conveniences. See W. A. HEREON
& SONS, No. SO Fourtn ave. oclO-20-HTh
FOR SALE-FIFTH AVENUE, NEAR THE
market house, 2-story brick dwelling, 8
rooms, all modern conveniences: also frame
dwelling, 5 rooms, in tbe rear; terms reasonable.
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fonrth ave.
FOR SALE LOMBARD, NEAR DINWIDDIE
St., Eleventh ward 2-story and finished attic
brick dwelling of 6 rooms; nat. gas, city water,
etc.; lot 24x116: small cash payment, balance to
suit. BLACK & BAUtD, 95 Fourth ave. 2s 8L
TTIOR SALE-DO YOU WANT AN 1NVEST-
JU MENT? We have 3 new dwellings onS. S.
that will pa;
ay 10 per cent, and by bull
en Is 50x140), will pay 15 pe
BALTENSPEEGER & WII
per cent, and by building on rear
oi tot (wmc
at once on 1
per cent, uan
FOR SALE-LAWHENOEVILLE-6 BRICK
dwellings on Hatfield St., near Forty-eighth,
containing 7 rooms each: also 6 5-room bricks on
Blackberry St.: all bringing good rent; this is a
good Investment. BLACK &BAIRD, 95 Fourth
ate. C105. OC9-57
FOR SALE-MT. WASHINGTON, SOUTHERN
are.. Thirty-second ward; frame dwelling
house, 6 rooms, good location, large grounds; a
very pleasant place for a home; price reasonable;
terms easy. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99
Fourth ave. oc9-59-10,12,14,16.18
FOR SALE-VERT CHEAP-A DESIRABLE
new house, late style, 9 rooms; lot so ft. front;
street is paved, city sewer; centrally located and
a very short distance from the Court House: a bar
gain Is ottered ir sold quick. W. A. HEREON &
SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave. oclO-20-UTb
FOR 8 ALE LOCUST ST., BETWEEN MAGEE
and Chestnut streets, fine n,ew brick dwelling
of 7 rooms, bathroom, marble mantels, cemented
cellar, both gases, inside shutters, sewered : house
inst finished; possession at once: S3, 600: cash
1.000; balance to suit. ALLES & BAILEY, 164
fourth ave. Tel. 167. oc5-27-nwThssu
East End Reslaenceu.
FO R S A L E-S4.20D FOR BOTH-BLA1NE
street, near lioquet, Oakland 2 two-stry
frame dwellings of 5 rooms and finished attic; each
well sewered; lot 40xL. BLACK & BAIRD, 95
Fourth ave. 2D 85. ocS-57
OR SALE-A HILAND AVENUE RE3I
DENCE at a moderate price and less than
value, as the owner's business is such that he can
nut live In it, his business being away from the
city. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-FRANKSTOWN AVENUE, NEAR
Brusbton ave.. East End a 2-story Queen
Anne of 6 rooms and finished attic, reception hall,
nat. gas. city water, all conveniences: lot 50x150;
reasonable price and, terms. BLACK & BAIRD,
95 Fourth ave. 3a 300, oc9-57
FORSALE-J10.000-FIFTHAVE., NEAE J U
MONVILLE St., modern 2-story and man
sard brick dwelling, 8 rooms, bath, laundry, pan
tries, nat. and art. gas, speaking tubes, 2 stair
ways, etc, etc ; also 2 new 2-6tory 4 room frame
dwellings In the rear: lot 22X120: terms S3.O0O cash,
balance long time. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO.,
99 Fourth ave. OC5-83-TTS
FORSALE-AN EXCELLENT BRICKDWELL
1NG with fine lot 70x240 feet In tbe East End:
10 rooms in house with bath, lavatory, natural
gas, laundry and all other modern appliances:
everything in prime order; a quantity or fruit and
shade trees and shrubbery on the lot: price (3,500.
Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE CO., 129
Fourth avenne, Pittsburg. oclo-29
OR SALE-f9,000-RIPPEY STREET CORNER
nronertv: elegant new Queen Anne style
brick dwelling, 10 rooms, reception hall, etc.;
tile hearths, slate mantels, electric bells, gas,
water, etc.; handsomely papered and decorated
throughout; this Is a paved street and excellent
neighborhood: convenient to cable Hues and P. R.
R. SAM'L W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave
FO R S A L E-OAKLAND, FOURTEENTH
ward, a new 2-story and mansard brick dwell
ing, 8 rooms, bath, w. c, hall, laundry, etc,
slate mantels, tllo fireplaces and hearths, fine
chandeliers, both gases, city water and house
wired for electric lights, plate glass windows,
electric bells, good sewerage, street paved with
asphaltnm and paid for, beautiful shade trees in
front of house, a few minutes from cable cars;
price M,00: a moderate cash payment and bal
ance long time; immediate possession. SAMUEL
FOR SAL-IulOrED HEAL ESTATE
East End Residences.
Fob 8aLe-h:co-cottage 7 ROOMS. LOT
50x170; a nice property: excellent location:
near Hiland and Walnut. CHARLES SOMERS &
CO., 313 Wood St. 0C8-75
FOR SALE-A FINE 2-STORY FRAME
house Just completed, of 8 rooms, hall, front
porch, slate mantels, and has lot 50 ft. front on
California ave., Allegheny, by 165 to Colorado St.
THOS. L1GGE1T;u4 Fourth ave.
T7AOR SALE-SMALL HOUSE AND LOT, AT
a: auction: no. sxaggart St.. near wasningion
ave.. Second ward, Allegheny, lot 20x43; frame
hoose, six rooms; rents for Sis a month: sale on
the premises Friday. Oct. II, at 4 o'clock: bargain
at sCeoOj look at it and attend sale. A. LEGGATE
4 SON, Auctioneers, a Federal St., Allegheny.
FOB SALE-OR TO LET-IN BELLEVUE,
nice house, 6 large rooms, each 15x15, newly
Painted and papered: lot 45x145: grapes, fruit,
water, gas; 3,000. CHARLES BOMEBS 4 CO., 313
Wood jst. ocS-75
FOR SALE-AT EDGEWOOD. P. R. B.-FINE
new brick dwelling, 7 rooms and reception
hall, hardwood mantels, tile hearths, nat. gas,
etc; large lot. Address LOCK BOX 104, Wilklns
burg, Pa. oc9-7
POR SALE-AT WILKINSBURG - FRAME
house. 6 rooms, with corner lot 15x123; 5 min
utes from Brushton station and 7 minutes from
Wllklnsburg station: Si 700. W. E. HAMNETT.
H Smlthfield St., Pittsburg, and Wllklnsburg,
Pa. , OC9-16
FOR SALE - AT W1LKINSBDUG - BRICK
house, 12 rooms, -with 1 acre ground; 5 min
utes from station; fruit or all kinds on place;
beautiful location; will be sold cheap. W. E.
HAMNETT. 404 Smlthfield st,, Pittsburg, and
Wllklnsburg. Pa. oc9-16
FOR SALE-AT EDGEWOOD - F R A M E
house, 7 rooms, reception ball, b. r laun
dry, Inside w. c . electric light and bells, nat. gas,
slate mantels, finished attic and all modern Im
provements; lot 64x150; 7 minutes from station:
rlSOU; terms easy. W. E. HAMNETT, 404 Sralth
flcld St., Pittsbnrg, ad Wllklnsbnrg. Pa. OC9-16
TT'OR SALE-LOTS ON BLUFF AND VICEROY
jl.' sts., near college; terms to
COWARD, 20 Bluff st.
East End Lois.
FOR BALE-EAST END LOTS-?450 AND 500
each: good streets: high elevation: conve
nient to P. R. R. and cable lines: these lots are In
the fast growing part of the city: enhancement
sure. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fonrth ave.
FOR BALE-THE CHEAPEST LOTS WITH
greatest advantages are the Baum Grove lots:
no extra cost for sewers, grading, curbing, stone
walks, etc ; easy of access: prices low, terms
easy, and money to bnlld If desired. See MEL
LON BROS.. E. E.. or JOHN F. BAXTER,
Agent. 512 Smlthfield street. oc6-49-ttbu
FOR SALE-S47 PER FRONT FOOT. LINDEN
ave.; a paved street near Penn ave.; this Is
the cheapest piece of property In the E. E..
because It races east, Is only four minutes' walk
from new Fifth ave. station P. R. R., and adjoins
the Boulevard: a good speculation. SAMUEL
W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth aje. ocl0-43
FORSALE-HERKON HILL PARK, A BEAU
TIFUL plan of lots In the center of tbe city.
Jnst at the terminus of the Wylle ave. cable line. Is
the place to buy a lot for A home or Investment;
prices and terms very reasonable; grand view,
pure air, all conveniences: call or send for col
ored plan. BLACK & BAUtD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A
beautiful residence place, buy a lot in the
Herron 11111 Park, Just at the end of tbe Wylle
ave. cable line, within 15 minutes' ride of the P.
O. : elegant lot, 40x100 feet, fronting on wide street
and extending back to 24-foot alleys; magnificent
view, pure air, all conveniences: call at office for
colored plan. BLACK & BAIRD, 85 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-FARM AT HAYSVU.LE, ON THE
Pittsburg. Fort Wayne and Chicago Rail
way , 10 miles trom the city; will exchange for city
property or merchandise. A. J. PENTECOST,
413 Grant street. se24-3-ns
TTIOR SALE FARM 320 ACRES. WELL IM
vJD PROVED, at station and good town; In best
wneat country In Dacota: would exenange ior
mdse or other property. ED. WITTISH, 410 Grant
St.. Pittsburg, Pa, oc5-d
J. 1A.(Uj-9 OUJUa Cb W mI
313 WOOD ST.,
convenient, aesiranie city nomes at moaeraie
cost. Two new brick honses, rooms each, In
perfect order, bright, clean surroundings; health
lul location, within one square of electric road; 10
minutes' ride to heart of city. Cheap at (2,600.
FOR SALE BY
CHARLES SOMERS & CO.,
313 WOOD STREET.
An Interest in a prominent Pittsburg wholesale
establishment located In heart of city; tbe con
cern lsridcly and favorably known as a perma
nently established, conservative and money
making enterprise; an active man, ambitious to
become an equal partner in a live, progressive
and growing business, tvIU find a rare oppor
tunity offered In this; capital required (6,000 to
OR SALE-IT WILL BE TO YOUR 1NTER
EST to secure one of our new revised cata
logues with supplement (Just published) before
buying elsewhere; we hare a large variety of new
properties coming In dally, and can supply your
wants without delay; lots and dwellings In all
parts of the 2 cities and suburbs; all prices and
terms: call or sendfor this valuable book. BLACK
& BAIRD. 95 Fourth ave. ocS-53
TY, Pa. : this tract of land embraces abont
200 acres of tbe B vein of seml-bltumlnous coal
and 600 acres of tbe A vein of seml-bltumlnous
coal, 42 miners' houses, 2 stables, granary, 1 large
store, 1 large firebrick works; farm under good
cultivation; the entire property Is underlaid with
a vein ol fire clay; the veins of coal and fire clay
are subject to leases. For particulars address A.,
at room 8, 419 Walnut street, Philadelphia; offers
In writing will be there received up to October 23.
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-A MILLINERY STORE IN A
good locality: established In 1878: a bargain.
Apply at 1928 CARSON ST.. 8. 8. oclO-lOO-TTSSa
FOR SALE-A GOOD PAYING GENERAL
store at a bargain: storeroom and dwelling.
For particulars address S. P. POOEBAUGH,
Glencoe, Pa. oc8-3b
FOR BALE GOOD OPENING-GROCERY
store In live growing town near cltv; trade
good and mostly cash. BALTENSPERGER &
WILLIAMS, 154 Fonrth ave. oclO-40
FOR SALE-A NO. 1 MILK DAIRY AND
good route, with 12 cows, I horses, wagons
and all necessary articles for the business; near
the city and price low. C. BERINGER & SON,
103 Fourth ave. oc9-33-WThs .
FOR SALE-ELEGANT CIGAR, CONFEC
TIONERY and dining room bnslness In
money making locality In Allegheny City;
fixtures and stock only (275; best of reasons for
selling. MAG AW 4 G OFFV 145 Fourth ave.
SALE A FINE CONFECTIONERY
store, centrally located on Fifth ave.: doing
a business of (IS to (50 per day; leasehold on store.
Ice cream parlor and 4 dwelling rooms, only (30
fer month; stock and fixtures will Invoice about
L 500; will be sold cheap if sold at once. THOS.
.1GGETT, 114 Fourth ave. ocl0-99-MWTSSu
FOR SALE-2 FINE BAKERIES AND CON
FECTIONERIES, In excellent locations, large
grocery store In Pittsburg, (9, 000 or Invoice, doing
yearly business of (100,000; smaller grocery stores,
(400 to (5,0u0; cigar stores, small bakeries, confec
tioneries, boarding houses, drygoods and notion
stores, feed store, printing office and many other
business chances for males or females; free par
ticulars. SHEPAEDC0..51Flfthave. oc3
FOR SALE-LIBERTY 8T. PROPERTY FOR
sale; an A No. 1 location for a produce com
mission house. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-ROOO-WYLIE AVE.. 6 ROOMS
and storeroom; Iot2txl39; a bargain. BAL
TENSPEEGER k WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-PENN AVE.. EAST END BUSI
NESS property, between Hiland and Collins
aves.; lot 20xl45rcettoa street; will be sold at a
bargain if sold at once: enhancement certain.
o-aiUELi w. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave.
';t7ioh SALE-AN INVESTMENT-CORNER
j-- tot fronting eon. on Jfinn ave. oy 129 it.
on another St., having thereon 3 three-story brick
buildings with two store fronts; abont 5 minutes
from the Court House; annnal rental over (2,000
per year: -win be sold cheap if sold at once,
THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave. oclO-41-TTFSu
FOR SALE-AT FORTY-THIED ST., ONE
of the most desirable manufacturing sites In
Lawrenceville: river and railroad fronts: price
very reasonable. W. A. HERRON & SONS, SO
Fourth avenue. se22-36-MTh
site near Fifty-fourth street, city, fronting
300 feet on Allegheny Valley Railroad by 301) feet
deep to a street; one of the most eligible sites In
tbe city for manufacturing purposes; will sell at a
bargain on long, easy payments: owner being a
non-resident, wants to sell. Particulars from"
JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pltts
bnrg. Pa. oc5-67-mtts
Hones. Vehicles. Live Stock. tc
TfOE SALE-COMBINED HORSE; GOOD
Inquire 60S WOOD ST.
FOR BALE-A GOOD HORSE, HARNESS
and covered wagon, suitable for a grocer.
Apply WAGON, Dispatch office. ocl0-9
FOR SALE-LIGHT BREWSTER SIDE-BAR,
, top buggy; only been In usea short time. In
quire ifc RIVER AVE., Allegheny. ocl0-7
FOR BALE SECOND-HAND BAROUCHE,
as good as new. Can be seen at C. WEST &
CO.'B, Carriage Makers, 4J0 Duquesne way, Pitts
burg, p. oclO-26
FOR SALE-BICYCLE-AMERICAN CHAM
PION, made to order; ball bearings: full
nickled; 2 sets handle bars, bell, etc, ; splendid con
dition; ridden less than 200 miles; cost (140: will
take 155: no time to ride. Adareia K. R Mnrtv.
ua.iuu; riaaea less man auu mues;
52,(55: no time to ride. Address
Machinery ana Metals.
10K SALE ENGINES AND BOILEES-NlCW
and refitted: renalrlnirnrnmntlv attended to.
ORTER FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO.. L1M..
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29
TTIOB SALE NOW -ONE SECOND-HAND
X? tenoning machine, 2 surface planers andl
Bbapcr,anU new and second-band engines, boilers,
lard kettles, tartanks. Sh'men valves, castings.
etc VELTE 4 MCDONALD, Thirty-second St.
and Penn arc.
FOR SALE-GREAT SACRIFICE OF PIC
TURES, odd pieces or furniture, etc: au
Hon sale Thursday, October 10, and Saturday, Oc
tober 12, at 7 p. m., at 65 Ohio St., Allegheny.
ROBINSON & CO., Auctioneers. ocIO-8-rliS
FOR SALE -HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
carpets and general housekeeping goods,
queensware, tinware, wooden ware etc, etc., at
administrator's public sale, on Thursday morn
ing of this week, Oct. JO, at No. 65 Beech st,.
Allegheny: sale at 10 o'clock: everything to be
sold without reserve: by order of administrator.
JAMES W. DRAPE CO.. Auctioneers. 129
Fonrth ave, Pittsbnrg. QC9-38
TO LET-CHEAE-A NEWlBHICK HOUSE; 8
rooms: leqr. irom Fifth avenue: only a few
minutes wait from P. O.: 27 per mo. W. A.
HERRON &SONS, 80 Fourth ave. ocS-45-xrS
TO LET-II3 PER MO. -THE BEST HOUSE IN
either city for the money ; neat brick house,
6 rooms. late Improvements: No. 231 Plymouth St.
W. A. HERRON SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
1 SENECA ST., 7 ROOMS,
5 rooms on corner Grandvlew
JL natural gas;
ave. and Plymouth St., natural gas; 4 rooms on
Wylle ave. at 1CS, natural gas; 2 and 3 rooms on
Frances st -with natural gas. near Center ave.
Inquire of WM. M. JOHNSTON, 101 Wylle ave.
East End Residences.
TO LET-BRICK DWELLING, S BOOMS,
front and rear halls and stairway, natural
Jas. bath: 4 minutes to cable cars; $20 per month.
OHN ALLEN, 6213 Penn ave. OC5-94-TIS
TO LET-NEAT HOUSE OF 9 ROOMS. LATE
Improvements, at only (33 34 per mo., on
Dlthrldge St., near Fifth avenue Oakland. W.
A. HERRON & SONS, SO Fourth avenue. 0C9-53
TO LET-HOUSE OF 14 ROOMS, STABLE
and onthnlldlnss: large grounds: on Neglev
avenne, near Penn avenue cable cars. Inquire of
HENRY ROBERTS, at Oliver & Roberts Wire Co.,
TO LET-WAREHOUSE, NEW, 6-STORY AND
cellar, 40x80; power elevator; convenient to
Market st.; first class for any wholesale business.
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99Fourtiave.
TO LET-A BRICK STORE AND DWELLING
In Mansfield, on Main St.; a good
location for dry-goods, notions, etc. ; rent low to a
good tenant, C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth ave.
Offices. Desk Room. dc
TO LET-IN STANDARD BUILDING LABGE
and well lighted offices, cheap; Wood, near
TO LET-IN THE NEW1" DISPATCH BUILD
ING, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two of the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be found in the
city; rent, (200 and (300 per annum. Including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam beating.
Apply between 10 A. M. and If. v., or between
2 and 4 p.m. jy23-67
PERSONAL-MALTBY'S OYSTER DEPOT,
late 76 Fifth avenue, removed to 641 Smith
field street; fresh oysters received dally: orders
filled at lowest prices. J. B. HEHMEKLE, Mgr.
PERSONAL BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
New and old, ancient and uouern. stsndard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30,000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 900
Liberty st. au3-93
PERSONAL -HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURNED; recently they had not been on the
best of terms owing to a little family Jar occa
sioned by tbe wife insisting on being allowed to
renovate his 'wearing apparel, and which, ot
course, was done in a bungling manner; In order
to prevent tbe tronble they agreed to send all
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor, 65
Fifth ave., corner Wood St., second floor, and
now everything is lovelv and neace and hannlness
Uagaln reigns In their household. Telephone 155.
T OST-A LADIES CUFF AND CAMEO CUFF
JU bntton, on Water St.. bet foot or Liberty
and B. "s o. depot: a suitable reward paid for
same If left at THE DISPATCH OFFICE. ocS-55
X OST-ON TUESDAY EVENING. A SMALL
X-i black pockctbook containing (65 in money,
and some papers valuable only to the owner.
Liberal reward paid if returned to DISPATCH
L OST-ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8. RUSSIA
leather pocketbook containing money, cbect
from Hlmmelrlcb and breastpin, between B. & O.
depot and Hazelwood. Liberal reward If left at
DISPATCH OFFICE. 'oclO-38
STOLEN-BAY MAREFROM STABLE OF
Mrs. Kobt; Woods, Greentree borough, Alle
gheny county. Pa., October 7, 1SS9: about 10 years
old, weight about L200; white face, white bind
feet, black mane and tall; tall and mane short;
small sore under saddle; a reward of (25 will be
paid for return to JAMES C. B1GGERT, Crafton
Station. Allegheny connty. Pa. oel0-5
PrrrsBTjna.PA.. October 3, 1689.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
reports of viewers on the opening of
Riverside street, from Maloney alley to South
Main street: Tripod alley, from Meadow street
to Shetland street; Post street, from Forty-second
street to Forty-fourth street; Garden alley,
from Main street to Brown alley; Rural street,
from Hiland avenne to Negley avenne. and
Hampton street, from Hiland avenne to Nep;
ley avenue, have been approved by Councils,
which action will be final unless an appeal is
filed in the Court of Common Fleas within ten
(10) days from date. E. M. BIGELO V,
oc3-48 Chief of Department of Public Works.
October 3. 1SS9.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Bureau of Healtb of tbe city of Pitts
bars has this day established and provided,
and doe hereby designate the foot of Seven
teenth (17) street, in the city of Pittsbnrg, at
tbe Allegheny river, and Clark's dnmpboat,
immediately above tbe north end of tbe South
Tenth street bridgB, in tt9Cltyof Pittsburg,
nn thfl Mnnonerahela river, as tbe places where
are to be received and deposited tbe contents.
of all privies as they snail irom time to time ce
cleaned and emptied, and all other offensive
substances found upon the public highway.
THOMAS W. BAKER.
Superintendent of the Bureau of Health.
PROPOSALS FOR WORK TO BE DONE
and apparatus furnished at Central Office
of Fire. Alarm Telegraph.
Proposals will be received up nntil 2 P. 31. of
OCT. 12, at the office of City Controller, forone
main switch board and all necessary electrical
connections on same, including galvanometers,
annunciators, testing apparatus, etc, accord
ing to plans and specifications on file with
Morris W. Mead, Superintendent Bureau of
Bonds in donble the amoun: of the estimated
cost must accompany the bid.
The Board of Awards reserves the right to
ccept or reject any or aUbids.o BK0WN
0C2-61 Chief Department o'f Public Safety.
(.Continued on seventh page.)
DISSOLUTION THE FIRM OF
"Walker, Dunlevy & Bro.. has this day dis
solved. Jeremiah and Paul Dunlevy having
purchased tbe interest of Samuel C. Wajker,
will continue the business under tbe firm name
of Dunlevy & Bro. Messrs. Dunlevy 4 Bro., will
attend to the collection of all accounts dne the
late firm and will settle the Indebtedness or
same. SAMUEL C. WALKEK.
JERE MI AH DUNLEVY, Jr.,
Having retired from tbe firm of "Walker,
Dunlevy & Bro., I cordially recommend Messrs
Dunlevy fc Bro.. to my friends and general
public. SAMUEL C. WALKER.
SIXTH STREET, PITTSBURG.
1,477 STUDENTS LAST YEAR.
Classical, Scientific, Ladies' Seminary, Normal,
Musical, Elocutionary, Business College and
Shorthand departments. Send for new cata
logue. Correspondence with yonngpersons de
siring a better education respectfully solicited.
JAMES CLARK WILLIAMS, A. M., Pres't.
OFFICE OF THE PHILADELPHIA COMPANY,"!
820 Penn Avenue, y
Pittsburg. Pa, October 9,1889. I
DIVIDEND FORTY -FOURTH THE
Board of Directors of this company has
this day declared a dividend of TWO PER
flENT ont of the profits of the quarter ending
September 30, 18S9. payable to the stockholders
of record on the 25th inst. Transfer books will
be closed from the 15th to the 25th inst, both
Inclusive. Checks will be mailed to stock
holders. JOHN CALDWELL, Treasurer.
MALL EXPENSES-SMALL PROFITS,
i Friend, if von want a fine gold watch co to
'bortb ave.: mine Is good yet. It was bought
SO years ago at "WILSON'S. 61 Fonrth ave.,
Pittsbnrg. Watch, clock, and jewelry repairing
GRAND DPERA HDUBE.
E. D. WILT, Lessee and Maaager.
COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER It
Six Nights and Wednesday and Saturday
Annnal Engagement of the FaaoM
COMIC OPERA COMPANY,
Presenting the First Operatlo Novelty ot tbe
THE -:- BRIEANDS !
As presented at the CASINO, NEWYOBK,fer
123 performances and four weeks in Boston,
The Original Cast, Including
A. W. Taaw,
J. A. Furry,
Chas. fPri est.
The production under the direction of MR.
Musical Director, Mr.GUSTAVEKERKER.
Tbe costumes and scenery are the most elab
orate and gorgeous ever seen in an operatic
THIRTEENTH REGIMENT BAND
OF NEW YORK.
"With Artillery Accompaniment;
A WEEKDF FUN.
The Laughable Comedy,
A possiCe case,
Next "Week at the
Bale of Seats trill commence
THURSDAY, OCT. Id
One of the best plays presented
here last season.
FULL Of FUN FROM BTART
Secure Seats Early.
TITHS. JENNESS MILLER,
THE LOVELY DRESS REFORM
"Will deliver another lecture
OLD CITY HALL,
ON" WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, AT 2 P. M.
Seats now on sale at Hamilton's music store,
Fifth avenne, city; oclO-5-stTTS
HARRY LACY and the
Oct. 14 J. M. Hill's A Possible Case Company.
ptRAND OPERA. HOUSE
HELEN BARRY, by special request,
A "WOMAN'S STRATAGEM.
October 14th,RudoIph Aronson Comic Opera
Company In "The Brigands." oclO-25
ARRIS' THEATER-EVERY AFTER
NOON and evenlne.
ILBUR OPERA CO. J t.
SUSIE KIRWIN. J MASCOTTE.
"Week October 14 SHE. oc&60
SARRY "WILLIAMS' ACADEMr
tight, Matinees Tnesday, Thursday and
"WORLD OF NOVELTIES. octW
This week. Oct. 7.
ROSE, THE WILD GIRL.
Oct 14 The Great World's Circus. oc718
THE OAKLAND PARK,
To be located on the Schenley estate, la
attractingpnrcbasers to that locality, as
its advantages are very apparent
Oakland Square is so situated that,
while on a level with Fifth avenne, it
commands a splendid view that cannot
be obstructed of the new park. "We
have the exclusive sale ot a handsome
new brick dwelling in Oakland Square.
The honse is just completed, built by
day work and not by lowest bidder, and
is complete throughout eight rooms,
hall, bath, etc.; laundry, range, fine
mantels, handsome chandeliers, electric
bells, tiled fireplaces, both gases and
city water; plate glass windows, bay
window, front and rear porches, street
paved with asphaltnm, and sewered and
pafd for. All the houses facing the
square are set back from the street, asd
have lawns and shade trees in front
Within half a block of Fifth avenne
Price, 1(3,500; a small cash payment
down and 500 annually is all tbat Is re
quired. The best indorsement of the
advantages claimed is tbe rapidity with
which the rest of these honses sold.
SAM'L W. BLACK & CO.,
99 FOURTH AVENUE.
mHE AIR BRAKE
X BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
ot Allegheny is conducted on the best and
latest Improved methods, and offers first-class
inducements to subscribers. Full information
will be given and subscriptions to its stock
received at the store ol
sel4-l4-TTau 39K Federal st, Allegheny.
AHD FIFTH AVtaUK, .
J. H. BORLAND, AsetiestOT.
Important to fee pabtte. Tke static of
large drjgeods isrstec , mr MM
worth of fereifm a4 dMseetfe tey&eit, .,
pe. rags, drseV eKW , br aoM,',a4
J, H. BORLAND'S HMCe a spsjgsoag ef
mteslon rooms. NosflS awl 7 Liberty steset,'
at the head of Woed stmt, Ofpesfee tfceAr-
MONDAY, 0CTO8BS U. M. "' Jf 1
SsJMirffieesBfBeeMeMlr at Ma. it, 2 j;
asJ 79 P. tl. asd eHiMe frMmcsswt
nntil the entire steak ie eeed of, ssmI'Ik
quantities to salt the parebaser. CunstotliHt, sat
English, French and OflnaoB CteMs4es-.
slmarM Tlaavim and Pisa OvsMaattssM. Laatosst
and Children's Ffee Tatwr Cliilrhp, !?
India KasbtByr, Real Camels' Awr, FmmIi
and American Velvet RevorstWs aad
fashionable and deairafete Sbawss.
Brnssela, Nottingham, Madras a
Lace Curtains, Portieres, ete, etc.
In great variety, seek as Waefc ad' 0lmfli
Stiks, Sftvius and Safe Bhadamw, Ptgwd'artj
Striped Brocades, etc. of tke latest detsgM j
patterns. Blade aad Catered Henrietta 0bnw I
and Cashmeres, "finest iroportesT," ssl wsstf
Fancy Plaids, Trieste, Serges, Ce
Suits, Fine Silk Flash Suras elttM sMertV
designs in salta or by the yaw, Ystwti i
Velveteens. Irish, Seoteh, Geraaa ad J
Linens of every description. Frists,
bams, Chambrays. etcu Keaebed aad
bleached Cottons from one to three yawksiHste,
a large aseeraaest ot Ladles. Gems aad
dren's Hosiery, Underwear, etc
American Blankets "of the
Flannels, Marseilles. French
Turkish and other Choke Qallts, together t
a large and elegant assortnaeat ot
Turkish, Oriental, Seayraa, Croosloy's
and other rieh aad rare Regs, Drsamta,
etc., with an immense variety ei. ether gsilif
too numerous to mention.
This is without excejrtkm. the largest
Fine Drygoods, Carpets aad Haas ever
in Pittsburg, aad u well wertay
of the public geeerallv. Tbe
must be sold regardless of cost er
order to make a prompt settleneat with
All goods sold at this sale posftivisy
anteea asa warrantee as rswososios.
Bpeekl aceommedatleas provided ttt
DESIRABLE PITTSBURG PBOFI
at 4 cmocjc-f. 3C, oa i
Short Liberty or Lieoaier
ward, sear Tbiriy-Iowtfc
Howard public schooiboase:
dose an estate: lot 90 feet frost
ertyorLigOBier street, asd MS feet tfeea
Spring alley, on which are erected tore sw---.-
story brick nouses, with flnishsu
containing S rooms each; alee two,
frame bouses, containing 5 rooms t
of said lot. three two-story frame d
4 rooms each, and a tieo-room ftstne
this property will be offered as a wkete,
be snn-dlvldad into two Darts: liat '
ms am ttm-M
diatelyadtoiniw: Howard raWie ithtsaVsise.'-.
lot about 32 feet front on Lieonier sssC-.sB.
tending back 100 feet to Boring Beyt : A
the alley 30 saWO feet, on whtea are swaisMN
story frame honses. S rooms each, aad. a trass
cottage. Second Adjoining the sasse,-
381100 feet ob Llgonler street, aad lW Its
m iuu itst,
deep to oprlBg alley, wita same treat
on which are two two-story briek has
rooms each, aad three two-storr fraael
of 4 rooms each: these properties are vaksaMjL
and cannot fall to be a good paying la vstsssst
near Penn avenue and Bntiet street eaiaa
roaas, ana in me immeamio vrcnKj ot v
mannfactarine establishments: alwasjs
manaing good rentals; terme or sate,
cash on delivery of deed: balance 'ia
ana tnree years, secured oy dobu aaa
on the premises. For further is
apply to LM.PE2TNOCKASOK, MS
avenue, Pittsburg. Pa or A. J. P.BNT.
Auctioneer, 413 urans street.
DESIRABLE PITTSBURG PROP
THURSDAY, OCTOBER M,
o'clock, v. yu on the
corner of Thirtv.flfta
streets, Fifteenth ward. Mast be sW
close an estate. Lot 88 ft 7 la. front oa J
ler street, extending along Thirty-ftfth street
210 feet to Penn avenne; thesee alesc; Fetsat
avenue 79 ft K in. to a point; thesee 94 ft IRC j
io. tuwaru sbusi street to a porai. taonoo par s
allel with Perm avenne 34 fr.ro a noi&ts tbeaea 5
SO ft. UK in-1 BoMer street the ptaeeof be-''
ginning, on wmen are erected, iroattsg
Penn avenue. 3 two-storv brick bosses, wt
finished basements. On Batter street 3 two- !
story frame bouses and one frame saep. Qa
Thirty-fifth street are 8 brick aad frame dwea- I
lnzs. The above described nronertv wH be of
fered as a whole, or will be sub-divided te tana
parts, to wit: LotTOitrain.oo.reaBaTeaaev
extending back along Tblrty-aitn street tewsM,
Butler 94 ft i in-, on which are 3 twe-stery
brick bouses, containing 8 rooms aad eeHai;
each. Lot corner Thirty-fifth aad Batter
Streets, with 48 ft 3 in. front on Batter stteet, .
extending along Thirty-fifth street aeeat MS '
feet on which are 8 brick and traeae dwemaga, "
adjoining the same, a splendid hafldtac let,
with 43 ft 8 in. front on Butler street, esSeadV
log back toward Penn avenue 80 f. Ilk.
These properties are situate between tfee two
lines of cable cars on Penn avenue aadBaStee
street; convenient to a large number ot extee- ,
sire manufacturing establishment, aad very
favorably located for bnslness or dwelling
houses, always commanding good retrials, astt.
is dally increasing In value, aad eaanetfaH to '
prove a good paying investment Terms o
sale One-third cash oa delivery of deed; bal
ance In L 2 and 3 years, secured by head aad.
mortgage on tbe premises. Forfnrther iafer
mationaoplv to LM. PENN0CK4S0W.1S
Fourth arenne,or AJ.PENTECOHT.4M Graa v ;
street FltlsDurg. ra oes-ee-B
A TTRACTTVE AUCTION SALTS, FWDAY?
XX. MunntiNU, uctooer u, atie o-eteeK, at j
the rooms, an Market st nana
suits in English rug, plashes,
tapestry and hair cloth, easy
conches, loanee. fancy rockers.
tables, ornaments, rues, draaaets.
tains, pictures, clocks,?) ruseels aad iagrara,b
room and stair carpets: leather, pateat a
and wood-seat chairs and rockers; beokeasee,'
desks, cmnomers. cnamoer suits,
dressers, wasnstanas, naiiraoks.
bedsteads, extension tables, decorated dtaaec
.am n.,.1 .aIT . mAtm ?-tcmv nnAm nn,lu.W 1lmAm9
, ttuu v. ow, mum; bwuv, amnn .u,.u . -
and children's garments, beddieg, heir-aad.
hnsk mattresses, cabinets, sideboards, lauaitsyi
and ttltchen poods: etc Goods nmrMtssav-r
tlnn. HENRY AUCTION CO . Jl.'
A DMINISTRATOR'S SALE 'OF H0O8K.
r HOLD furniture, bookcase, ws
carpets, etc., at 83 Beech street, ABegheayv
of this week, October 10, at 19 o'cJeet?
There is parlor furniture, sofa aad
Chairs, marble-top table, wbat-set.
trlan cane-seat chair, ladles' reeepttea oesttyf
extension table and dining-room chairs, !
hoard, fine lanra bookcase with wines oa e
side, hat-rack, dressrae bureau, bedsteads aad I
h bedding, washstand, carpets, oilcloth, wees-.
ware, cutlery, cooKinz uteaeus, etc xruuiuiisi
sale, by order of administrator. ,' '
SEtTH AVENUE DYE WORKS,
M. IAY SONS & CO)
STEAM DYERS AND SCOURBBB S2V
And general renovators of textile fabrtesJhuJ
dies' and gentlemen's soiled or laoed aaruisam
neatly cleaned or restored in color. Cafttsstt!
ot every description oareruiiy attended te.
M. MAY SONS & Co; A
jeU-TTS 68 SIXTH AVE,. Pitta .
BARROWS A OSBOURNB
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