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THE PITTSBURG- JDISPATOH, WEDNESDAY; OCTOBER 16 1889;
NIMIN& THE CLOSE.
Visitors Losing No Time to See the
LARGE EXCURSIONS COMING IN.
Another Magnificent Floral Display for the
THE MUSICAL FEATDEES PEOTIDED
But four days remain of the Exposition
of 1689. Those four days, however, will be
fraught with interest to tbe public as well
as profit to the management. The attend
ance is growing from day to day. That of
Monday, despite the inclemency of the
weather, was very large. It is anticipated
that the superlative will be necessary to ex
press the attendance of to-day and the re
mainder of the season.
Every day from now on until the close
will be People's Day. More excursions
have been scheduled from out of town, and
every railroad centering here will have its
Lauds full of Exposition business, and in
order that there may be no diminution of in
terest the management has arranged for a
special floral display to begin at once, as
well as special musical features by the Thir
teenth Itegimeut Band. To-morrow and on
Saturday the "Congress of Nations" and
'Le Fere la Tictoire" will be rendered,
with cannon accompaniment, and the beau
titul "Miserere," scene from "Trovatore,"
while on Friday Bandmaster Innes will re
peat the programme rendered by his organ
lzatiou upon the occasion of the now famous
Sunday concert In Prospect Park, Brooklyn,
lor tbe benefit of tbe Johnstown sufterers.
Among tbe visitors to tbe big show yesterday
were 1.500 pupils from the Liberty, Garfield,
Lincoln, Hiland, Homewooa, Peebles, Morse
and Wickersbani schools, accompanied by
Established in 1S43.
TUE BAUNES SAFE.
Latest Testimony of It Worth.
THE EXHIBIT IN THE EXPOSITION.
At the biz fire vi hicli consumed the works of
"The Oliver Iron and Steel Company" on the
Soutbside,.frcsh evidence of the superiority of
the Barnes safe was obtained. From a com
munication it was learned that this company
bad their books deposited in vaults with three
fireproof doors made by the Barnes Safe and
Lock Company. Also one larce safe with
booLs, papers of their own and bonds and
stock papers of the Monongahela Natural Gas
Company. The fire was a dangerous one, and
tbe entire fire department was summoned to
snbdne it. On tbe next day tbe vaults were
opened, and their contents found in good con
dition. The safe fell from the second floor:
was in the rmns two day.". On October 10 It
was recovered, and when opened the books
and papers were found intact. Tbe safe was
red hot when found. The company sent an or
der in this wise to Barnes: "Send us over at
once five of your Unrest safes, to be used until
the structure is rebuilt, when we ill get more
vault doors and tales from you. Feeling deep
ly indebted to you for this perfect protection
and safety of our books and papers, we re
main, yours truly, etc."
This is but one in hundreds of instances on
record where the Barnes Safes have merited
tbe proud distinction of saving property con
tained within their indestructible walls.
Parties in need of fire-proof safes should ex
amine the elegant collection at the exhibit
found on main aisle at entrance of Mechanical
Hall. These safes are as perfect In construc
tion as science and good workmanship can make
them. They are undoubtedly tbe leading safes
of the country, and are found in every State of
In the display is a very superior bank burglar
proof safe whose massive parts and wonderlnl
strength, coupled with the time lock of Sargent
& Greenleaf make, render it a mighty safeguard
against bank marauders. Van-Jus sections of
material used in this class of sales are shown
and explained to visitors by tbe very courteous
gentlemen m attendance, Messrs. Kocrner,
iicLain and Seymour.
The Barnes safe was established 44 years ago,
and from small beginnings has grown into a
gigantic industry, one of the most important of
which Pittsburg boasts. Over 20u,000 safes
have been made by them, scattered over this
Their manufactory and office is at Nos. 124 to
131 Third avenue, Pittsburg, and they have no
connection with any other establishment in the
This company have within the last year
shipped safes to Europe, and have qnite a.
large trade with Mexico. So extensive is their
reputation tbat they have reccntlv shipped
sales into China.
Bakkes Safe and Lock Co.,
Founders. Manufacturers and Sole Proprietors
'Barnes' Fire and Burglar Proof Safes," 124.
116, 127, 129 and 131 Third avenue. Pittsburgh
GRAFF, nUGDS fc CO.
, Stoves, Ranees. Furnaces, Mantels.
In the Main Building, near Floral Hall, is
found this large, attractive and substantial ex
hibit, of which it is remarked that on the open
ing night every article was in place, and the
stand a complete model, while many others
showed only an incomplete and anything bat a
forward state of readiness.
Around the side wall and rear are arranged
some very elegant slate mantels, in the various
hues and semblances of marble. Each has an
elegant tiled hearth. These display a great
variety of patterns and colors. Brass and rust
less iron andirons are found in manv and tho
fitting up of the grates shows to "advantage
what brass, iron and oxyd zed silver can effect
in ornamentation. Tbegas logs and other nat
ural gas appliances are freely distributed.
one very eiegant antique oak: mantel with
cabinet, is trimmed with Mexican onyx of the
handsomest color and formation ever nsed for
The enntrasting brown tile of the hearth and
the clubhouse grate makes this a gem. One
slate mantel made to simulate antique oak has
an old-fashioned hob-front grate, which looks
like a hammock; on either side of it are fonnd
ovens for heating food. Above it is a screen of
iron work with brass tupports, and in the
panels are beveled glass plates.
A raised platrorm discloses a mantel, with
wood mirror cabinet which serves to show the
Hay 4 1 oung system of burning Natural gas.
by which 75 per cent of waste isaved. The
asbestos front, with gas playing upon it, forms
abcantiful picture of comfort and gorgeous
illumination. The acme of perfection is
reached in the open fire of asbestos logs which
lias been so much appreciated by all in the
building during the last cold spell.
The Denver and Monarch ranges, beautifully
enameled and richly plated with nickel form
a solid mass of elegant things in the center of
The Bessemer, Globe and Goldle are special
ties in stoves very much thought of and
The Monarch cannon stoves in all sizes are
Graff, Hngus t Co. are manufacturers of
the celebrated bnck-set Boston range and the
Excelsior, new on the market this season. The
Excelsior on view is an artistic object, ornately
rich in nickel plate and tiles.
Tbe Columbia and Monarch Hot Air Fur
naces are very fine specimens; they are spec
ially adapted to heat houses and halls from the
smallest to the largest.
On account of lack of spies Graff, Hugos &
Co. conld not show a f nil line of their goods
tint in their warerooms, No. 632 Liberty street!
a full exposition of their manufactures can be
, seen, including Hot Air Furnaces and other
scientific appliances for natural gas, to which
attention is directed.
They are just as prompt in filling orders all
the time as they were prompt in Deing ready
on the opening night.
PIANOS AND ORGAN'S.
B. Hamilton. Nos. 91 and S3 Fifth Avenne.
Convincing proof of the worth of tbe goods
in which this house deals is given at their ele
gant exhibit: but there is more back of it to
which attention should be drawn. While Mr.
Hamilton keeps the finest makes of both pianos
and organs, he can and does snppiy them at
moderate prices. The manufacturers of these
instruments, appreciating the fact that their
mechanism stands high, and that people want
them at cheaper rates, have had these actions
pnt Into less expensive cases, so that this want
can be met 'Those who are desirous of a piano
for the children to use for practice, and who do
not feel they can afford the more expensive
styles, may obtain their wishes by getting
-tbe60 lesser priced instruments ana yet be
assured of the value of their investment,
as all pianos and organs are guaranteed. The
immense business done by Mr. Hamilton gives
him tbe opportunity to buy in large quantities,
at prices which give him an advantage over all
competitors. Nine of the pianos have been
sold at the stand, tbe regular traffic at the
warerooms being earned on at the same time
without interruption. For the few rcmainlug
days of the Exposition continue to enjoy tbe
superb display there, and then give your undi
vided attention to tho enormous stock of pi
anos and organs of the celebrated makes to be
found in the Hamilton building. Fifth avenue.
TheMcComtVs broom-sewing machines and
the Hamson coal mining machines, manufac
tured by Bair&Qaczasi, limited, No. St Third
and No. 91 Second avenues, ana exhlbltedjnst
opposite the main entrance In Mechanical Halt
arc perhaps the most novel and finely finished
machinery in that building.
Fames familiar with machinery will be In
terested in seeing them in overat ion.
Bl'GIKMEsss'SMITU & CO.
Fan System Steam Heating and Ventilating
NO. 8S WATER STREET, PITTSBURG.
On entering Mechanical Hall, almost every
body exclaims, "Ob, see that man upside down
dancing in the air!" This usually brings the
crowd around this exhibit where they have ar
ranged a suit of clothing over the mouth of
their big fan so it will become inflated and
stand erect though the toes are where the head
should be, and the head within the apparatus.
No little merriment is occasioned as this mock
figure dances about with body swaying and his
toes taking all sorts of grotesque steps, nut
usually taught in onr dancing schools.
This apparatus is for use all theyear round; In
summer it carries a cold blast into all the rooms
of a baHding, and in winter the Hast is heated
by coming in contact with hot steam pipes, and
discharging this heated air through registers at
any given paint. It is the latest approved
method adopted in the East and l5 being intro
duced quite extensively by McGinness, Smith
4 Co. The fan which . supplies this blast is
driven by its own engine, and attracts
the greatest attention at all times.
In this kame space this firm shows the "Per
fect" hot water heater for warming private
dwellings, churches, schools, greenhouses,
pnblic builaings by hot water circulation. This
system is Indorsed by able physicians as
most healthful, especially for people with
throat or lung troubles. Plants thrive in this
heatwnich is a test point with any system.
The Florida steam heater, both single and
double, also the Florida hot water heater are
The Columbia steam or hot water heating
boiler.oneof the most economical on the market
is among the specialties or this bouse. They ex
hibit radiators of many kinds as well as the
celebrated laundry machine, made by A.
Dalpb, and in general use among our largest
McGinness, Smith Co. are general heating
engineers, and their system is found in all the
finest buildings in the city. The new Hussey
building, occupied by the Chronicle-Telegraph,
is their latest achievement in scientific and ef
ficient heat engineering.
JOS. EICIIBAU3I & CO.,
Artistic Printer nud Book Binders,
NO. 43 FIFTH AYEXUE, PrTTSBtTRG.
While tbis bouse has a most elegant exhibit
in the main building of artist materials, art
goods, leather ware, stationery and other mat
ters which make their house one of the most
attractive in tbe trade, still they are printers
and lead tbe job printing interests' of tbis city.
Tbe printing department is under the super
intendency of Mr. S. Reed Johnston, and to him
is dne the credit for making his firm cele
brated. All of the choice things seen in tbe
exhibit are his and the fertility of imagination
which discovers so many new, with scarcely a
reproduction of old ideas, discloses the genius
of his artistic mind.
ARTISTIC BOOK EIND1KQ.
In the cases are discovered a set of books
prepared for "Tbe Allegheny Insurance Com
pany," bound in full Russia, exquisitely pan
eled and ornamented with gold designs and
lettering. "The expiration of One-year Poli
cies" has the owl in gold on a diamond on its
face. "The expiration of Three-year Policies"
is ornamented in the same way. "The In
voice Book" has the owl upon a keystone and
the binding discloses a very choice pattern.
These exteriors .contnin tho finest style of
work inside, both as to ruling, paging, etc.. all
done on the heaviest and choicest paper. In a
hnge pile of ledgers, etc., we observe the names
of the following banks: Exchange National.
Tradesmen's National, Bank of Pittsburg and
Masonic Bank, while the Pittsburg Gas Com
pany, Western Insurance Company and others
complete a goodly list Banks, railroads, man
ufacturing and mercantile institutions desiring
the acme of periection in a set of books always
come to Jos. Eichbaum 4 Co.
Hopper Bros. & Co., 307 Wood St.
But few days remain in which to enjoy the
beautiful display of this firm In the north gal
lery, and past experience has demonstrated
that tney will be thoroughly utilized for this
purpose, but the perpetual display or private
exposition of this energetic, reliable house will
be continued indefinitely, for they are fully
picparedto fill the largest orders for tarnish
ing houses completely or in part Carpets, cur
tains, parlor, dining room, library and bed
room suits; china, silverware, clocks, every
thing that can be wanted or desired. The
furmtuie carried by Hopper Bros.
4 Co., is of superior make, much
of it being their own manufacture,
and all tbe newest and most fashionable
materials for covennfs and ornamentation.
Then too, the urbanity with which they receire
all comers stamps them as gentlemen, sensible
to the approach of people who might easily be
imposed upon, but through fair dealing, made
friends of for all time. This policy has given
the bouse their excellent reputation, which
they deiire to perpetuate by a very strict ad
herence to tbe principles by which they were
actuated at tbe beginning of their career. The
Exposition has had the effect of bringing into
closer relationship the bujer and seller of the
Hopper following. To-d-ut they are more
widely known than ever ol as Exposition!
come and go this popularity will bo upon the
increase and tbe house flourish in the wake of
THE GREAT IRON WORK EXHIBIX.3
Taylor & Dean, 205 Market St.
Until tbe final closing of the doors of the Ex
position will people continue to throng about
this exhibit to wonder at and commend tbe
style of work shown by this firm. That things
so solid and of so practical a nature shonld be
so attractive in appearance is something that
3Stounds visitors, especially in such forms as
fire-escapes, iron shutters, staircases, fencings
Relnecke & Co.'s
Pumps in Mechanical Hall have been a prolific
theme for the crowds of people who have come
from a distance and who rely upon these appli
ances for their water supply. Over 100. kinds
are shown, and at the warerooms, 309 Wood
street a still largerjvariety is carried. For the
best and most reliable pump in the market
consult tnis nrm.
A Iilsbt In the Window.
There's a light (overcoat) in the window
for you at Sailor's, Sixth and Liberty streets.
It is a beauty, and will make the ugliest
man in tbe two cities look like a section of a
fashion plate. Sailor is making a special
drive on this line ol goods, and the sales of
the past week show that his efforts are ap
preciated by the people. The usually big
trade is being done in Brokaw Bro.'s famous
clothing garments that for utility and
cheapness cannot be surpassed. tvr
Just received at the jewelry house of Henry
Terheyden, 630 Smithfield st. A fine lot of
loose stones, some of which he has put in
lpr. earrings, 2 carat $158
lpr. earrings, 2 1-32 carat 158
1 pr, earrings, 3 1-16 carat 275
lpr. earrings, 3 carat 140
lpr. earrings, 1 1-16 carat 142
1 finger ring, 1-64 carat 95
1 finger ring, i 1-64 carat 120
lstud, lfl-64 carat 112
The prices are very low, considering the
quality. Come and examine them, mwf
The 4G-Incbcs Wide, All Wool Sergei, at
Another of the attractions of this great
dress goods sale best goods in best colors,
and at this low price 0 cents a yard.
JOS. HOENE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
An Important ewlc.
Messrs. I. M. Pennock & Son will offer
at auction on Thursday, October 17, two
very desirable properties. See advertise
ment on third page of this paper for fuller
Combination Union Salts
In ladies underwear, Jenness Miller dress
reform style, in all qualities, at Home &
"Ward's, 41 Fifth ave.t
Tbo Broad Cloths Bargains Are Here
Extra fine finish, extra good quality at ?1
the best American made and the genuine
French at $1 25 these two Talues are un
equaled don't fail to see them.
Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Fine watches a specialtv, low prices a
certainty, at Hauch's, No. 295 Fifth are.
Time is tbe true test F. &Y.s, Pilsner
beer grows daily in popularity, -y
Cash paid for old gold and silver, at
Hauch's, No. 295 Filth ave. -wesu
Combination Union Salts
In ladies underwear, Jenness Miller dress
reform style, in all qualities, at Home &
Ward's 41 Fifth lv.
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THE ELECTKIC BOW.
Gotham's Darkness Causes Inquiries.
About the Local Lights.
NO "WAR IN ST0EB-F0R PITTSBURG.
A Rigid Contract Between the City and
tbe East End Company.
THE 0PIKI0S OP THE CITI S0LICIT0B
The trouble between the electric light
companies in New York and tbe city au
thorities there which ended in the metropolis
being left in almost total darkness Monday
night caused quite a number of Pittaburg
ers to wonder whether such a thing as the
electric lights in this city being shut off in
the event of trouble about overhead wires
and other matters might some day come to
A Dispatch reporter investigated the
matter last night and found that there was
no danger of the New xork trouble being
repeated in this city. In conversation with
a number of prominent persons it was found
that the defective electric lighting of New
York was supposed to be due to the action
of the city authorities in allowing too many
companies to come into the city. There are,
about 10 or 12 companies competing for,
business in tbe town. In making estini
matcs and bidding for work they have fig
ured on the cost of the poorest construction
and materials. As a result the work was of
a poor order andthe insulation very imper
fect The latter was entirely unknown
when there was bnt two or three companies j
in we ueiu.
30 DA3TOEB IK PnTSBCBG.
Samuel A. Duncan, General Agent of tbe
Allegheny Countv Light Company, was
asked last night whether there was any pos
sibility of the city being left in darkness at
anytime. He said: "The East End com
nanv and the citv made a contract bv which.
the lormer was to furnish such lights in-j
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mqu uuu quauiy ui prices apeuuieu, iuiu ui
points that mav be designated and located
by the Commissioner of Public "Works.,
The company cannot violate this contract
without laying itself open to damages. On
the other hand, if the city violated the con
tract, the company could continue to snppiy
the light and collect the charge for the
"In this city there are only two compa
nies, and they practically operate indiffer
ent districts. We use the best material in
the construction of our lines, and nothing
but the best method of insulation is al
lowed. If anyone invents better apparatus
or wire than we use now, we will be only
too glad to adopt it as a matter of policy.
"We have one man to thoroughly inspect all
lines and another to inspect the installation
of lights. Every carbon trimmer must re
port the condition o the lamps, and they
are a check on the linemen.
BEST 13 THE COUKTET.
This city has the best electriclight service
in the country, a fact that is almost univer
sally acknowledged. About three vears
ago, if you will remember, a painter fell off
tbe market house and hung on with his
hands to two of our wires. Had there been
tbe slightest break in them he would have
been instantly killed."
City Attorney Major "W. C. Moreland
was asked his opinion on the matter. He
said: "I have not the least idea that the
East End Electric Light Company would
resort to the practice adopted by the New
York companies. If the company found
that the city arbitrarily violated
its contract with them they ..re not bound
to supply the light, but as long as the city
pays for the light and does not violate its
contract, the company mnst furnish it The
contract is a rigid one, and rnns tor three
years. The electric company is so pleased
with it that they wanted to renew it upon
expiration for either three or five years
more. If the company shut off the light,
the city conld supply light as best they
could and. charge the expense to the com
pany. The day is not far off when tbe com
panies will necessarily have to place all
their wires under ground. It is very costly
at first, bnt it is cheaper in the end."
ELEGANT FALL GOODS.
Trno Economy Dictates That Buyers Go to
Lynch', 438 and 440 Mnrket street.
Fall has come, and with it merchants are
getting in their fall and winter lines of
goods, but it is safe to say that a better as
sortment than that of H. J. Lynch's, 438
and 440 Market street, cannot be found.
That this is recognized by buyers is attested
by tbe rapidly increasing patronage of the
establishment. The stock comprises all the
fashionable and leading novelties in Em
broidered Bobes and fail and winter Dress
Goods. The Underwear Department is dis
tinguishable for the completeness of the
stock and the low prices. It comprises
Camel's Hair, Merino, Scotch Wool and all
kinds of Flannels. For Suitings the line is
exceptionable, and contains Henriettas,
English Serges, French Cashmeres, Gilbert
Cloths, Jamestown Suitings, Plaids and
Combination Stnffs. Great bargains can be
had in Silks, Velvets, Surahs. Satins and
Plushes. Handkerchiefs, Embroideries,
Collars, Cuffs, Gloves, Corsets, Braids and
Laces of tbe best quality are very cheap.
Black All-Wool. Cashmeres, of extra qual
ity, range from 45c, GOc, 60c to $1 per yard.
Comforts, Blankets, Sheets and other bed
furnishing material sell at bottom prices. In
fact all the lines of goods at Lynch's store
are of the best quality and at the lowest
Newlv Married Couples!
Making preparations for housekeeping do
not forget that Dreydoppel soap is a very
important article to have. The finest and
best for all purposes that soap can be used
for. Benders clothes beautifully white,
sweet and healthful to wear. Full pound
bars, 8c per pound, at grocers everywhere.
Wo Are Entitled
To sell more than three-quarters of all the
overcoats that are sold in Pittsburg1.- Our
prices warrant it, and the steady rush to
secure the advertised overcoat bargains
proves it Call and see our men's genuine
kersey overcoats at $13, sold everywhere else
at 525. P. C. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
Underwear Medium and Heavr.
Merino, white wool, undyed pure natural
wool; Allen, Solly & Co.'s finest wool and
silk mixed. All these and also pure wool
scarlet underwear, best values and largest
assortment in the city in onr men's depart
ment Jos. Hokke & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Board for Horses.
Wanted Horses to board by the month
or year; roomy box stalls and the best of
cafe. Farm one and one-half miles from
MonoDgahela City. Address J. S. Coul
son & Bro.. Monongahela City, Pa. ws
The largest assortment in the city and at
prices that defy competition. Satisfaction
guaranteed in all cases. Bemember the
place and save money.
Jos. Fleming & SON, Druggists,
-ws 412 Market street.
Killed with a bullet is considered no
worse by some than having the genuine
headache. Coaline Headache Powders are
guaranteed to cure it AsK your druggist
Highest prices paid for ladies' or
gents' cast-off clothing at De Haan's Big
6, Wylie ave. Call or send by mail, tysn
F. & V.'s Pittsburg beer pleases better
every time. Can't be excelled.
Combination Union Suits
In ladies underwear, Jenness Miller dress
reform stvle, in all qualities.; at Home &
Ward's, 41 Filth are.
THEIR AIMS SET FORTH.
The American Relief Association Htnrtlnff
Branches Remember Johnstown, Is
A charter has been applied for by the Amer
ican Belief Association, which was formed
at Johnstown in a box car by some physi
cians and soldiers, and a meeting will
shortly be held in Pittsbnrg, General Ax
liue presiding, to organize the various
lodges, so that they will be ready for work
in case an emergency should arise. The so
ciety has adopted o pretty badge in the
shape of a bine enameled star, in tbe middle
of which is a gold center with the letters
"R. J." engraved on it, signifying "Re
member Johnstown;" It will be necessary
for the members of the association to wear
the badges when on duty.
The officers of the society are: General
Axline, President; W. A. Cowen, Superin
tendent of the West Penn Hospital, Vice
President: Dr. Cnris Lange, Physlcian-in-Chief,
and Dr. Jones, Corresponding Secre
tary. A constitution has been framed and
adopted by the executive of the society.
Some of the special features embodied in it
In case of any great calamtty, such as
Johnstown or Seattle, tho Commander-in-Chief
is invested with absoluto power over
all members of the order. It alto enforces
implicit obedience on the part of the mem
bers of the association while on duty. It
makes itobligatoryon members to report for
duty in their district in case of disaster, un
der pain of expulsion. The Physlelan-in-Chief
has very autocratio power. He shall
direct the medical, sanitary and sur
rioftl affairs of the association. Another
.officer is a press director, who has charge of
all matters for publication.
Mr. W. A. Cowen, speaking to a Dis
patch reporter, said: "The benefits to be
derived from this organization can't be
.gauged. It has olten been seen tbat after
any greab uaiaauupuc, uieuxuct icixua su
preme, and the disorder is frequently beight
ened bv the disorganized way willing hands
try totTestore the work of a devastating fire
ior.flood. This association will obviate hap
hazard work, for each man will work
'under instructions, and be directed from one
general. commander, ana tnus oe oetter aDie
to-cope withauy'disaster." .
jDyspepsia, and diseases incident thereto.
Fine $600 Upright Piano 8200.
An excellent "Cabinet Grand" upright
piano, with all improvements, splendid
tone and richly carved case, will be sold,
fully warranted, for 200. Also a square
grand piano at 5150, and a parlor organ for
$50, cost $150. Three great bargains at the
music store of J. M. Hoffmann & Co., 537
Among the many brands of lager beer
thrown upon the market the output of the
Banerlein Brewing Co., of Bennetts, Pa.,
has been justly assigned a place in the front
rank of the brewing industry and is ad
judged to be one of the finest beers brewed.
Families and tbe trade supplied. Tele
phone 1,018, Bennetts, Pa., opposite Forty
third st, Pittsburg, Pa. MWFSU
More NewAll Black Passementeries To-Day
In lace patterns and in points prices right
here. Jos. Hoeke & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Beattn'S alterative and rheumatic
bitters, purely vegetable. Sold by all drug
gists and Jos. Fleming & Son, cor. Dia
mond and Market sts. tvs
For To-Day's dale
We place on our connters another batch ot
those men's kersey overcoats at the bargain
figure of $13. They are a big go, and no
wonder; $25 is the price charged for them
elsewhere; our price $13 to-day.
P. C. C. C, cor.'Grant and Diamond sts.,
opp. tbe new Court House.
NOTICE MEMBERS OF COURT GOOD
INTENT No. 5S7S. A O. F. of A M.. are
requested to attend the funeral of our la;e Bio.
Samuel H. Brooks on THURSDAY, October
17. at 2 p. it, from bis late residence. Southern
ave., Mt Washington. Sister courts are respect
fully Invited to attend. By order n C. R.
Tbe partnership heretofore existing be
tween AdolDh Goeddel and Albert J Mans
mann, nnder the firm name of Goeddel &
Mansmann, drygoods and gents' furnishing
goods, has this day been dissolved by mutual
consent The business of the late firm will be
settled by Albert J. Mansmann & Co., who will
continue tbe business at tbe old stand, No.
6123 Penn ave.. East End.
oclS-15 ALBERT J. MANSMANN.
KOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEJI THAT THE
partnership between E. M. Roberts and
C E. Adams, under tbe firm name and style of
Roberts t Adams, is dissolved by mutual con
sent C. E. Adams withdrawing. All debts
owing to said partnership are to be received by
E. M. Roberts, and all demands are to be pre
sented to him for payment.
E. M. Roberts will continne the horseshoe
ing bnslue8 at the old stand, cor. S. TWENTY-SECOND
STREET and CABEY ALLEY,
Pitts Durg. ocM-20
David Lenta & Son, successors to Peter Teah,
formerly of Stall No. 99, Diamond Market,
Pittsburg, will open anew stall at No. 63 Alle
gheny Market, and continue running the old
stall, where their sausage can be bad at either
stands, or at
JNO. DAUB'S SONS,
617 Smithfield St.
oclSCS Pittsbnrg. Pa.
ONLY FOUR DAYS MORE.
AND HEAR THE GREAT
THIRTEENTH REGIMENT BAND.
TITRS. JENNES MILLER
Will Lecture on
AT OLD CITY HALL, MARKET ST..
This afternoon at 2 o'clock. oclC-14
pKAND OPERA HOUSE
Matinee at 2 P. If. To-night at 8 P. M.
RUDOLPH ARONSON in the Comic Opera
Oct 2L Little Lord Fauntleroy. ocli-16
J. M. HILL'S
A POSSIBLE CASE COMPANY.
Oct 21. Oliver Doud Byron. ocl4 24-WS
HARRIS' THEATER-EVERY AFTER
NOON and evening.
W. A. Brady's Original Version of SHE.
Weird, Mystical, Barbario,
Gorgeous in Scenic Effects.
Week October 21 Daniel Boone. -.oclS-U
TTARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
To-night Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and
BIG SPECIALTY SHOW. oclS
El AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE.
Pittsbnrg; Pa. ap30.74-D
128K THIRD AVE., UPSTAIRS.
Gents' shoes soled and heeled in 15 minutes
Oir Display aavertiiemtnti ana dollar psr
tquarc for one insertion. Ctauffled advertise
mcnlt on this page ruch as Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, etc., ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken or less than fifty xnts.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch -Offlooa nave 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:
Advertisement! are to bo prepaid except where
advertisers already have account with TOT D1S-
THOMAS MCCAFFltKY, SXQBatler street
EMIIi O. bTUCKET, 2Mh street and Penn ave.
E. G. BTUCKEY ACO., Wylle ave. and Fnltonst
K. BTOKELY. Fifth Avenue Market House. d
t. f. WALLACE, eiztrenn avenue.
MCALLISTEE t BHEIBLEB, 5 th av. AlwOOd St
JACOB SPOHN. Mo. 2 Carson street
H. A. DONALDSON. 1707 Carson strest
A. 3. KAERCHEK. 59 Federal s'treet.
H. J. McBRIDF, Market House, Allegheny.
FRKD H. EGGEES. 172 Ohio street.
J". H. EGGERS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
3. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aves.
O. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver avei.
PERKY M. OLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
W. W. FLOCKEK, Stationer. No. 4 Grant ave.
ANTED-SHORT ORDER COOK AT ONCE.
HO. 200 MARKET ST. OC1S-B
WANTEU-FOOB GOOD TINNERS, IMME
DIATELY. JOHN W. BOWER, Home
stead, Pa. oclS-13
WANTED-10 STONECUTTERS AT ONCE;
aoply at 349 Ohio st, Allegheny. KON
KEL & JORDAN. Contractors. oel6-
TTTANTED-6 OOOD TINNERS-GOOD
V wages paid. Apply to SAMUEL S1LBER
STEIN, Grazier street Homewood. oc 15-87
WANTED PORTER IN JEWELRY STORE.
Address JEWELER, statins: reference and
where last employed, Dispatch office. oclB-21
WANTED CARPENTER FOR BOUGH
work and ten rock men, at WALKER'S
MILLS QUARRIES, Panhandle B. B. oclfi-60
TV ANTED FLACK BARREL HOOPERS
Apply to UNION BARREL AND CASK
FACTORY, South Moth st, Southslde. oc 17-33
WANTED -ONE HUNDRED LABORERS
and twentv-Qve corkers. Apply to OTX
BROS., Bord's Hill, head of Shlngess st ocll-8
WANTED-3 FIRST-CLASS ENTERPRISING
real estate salesmen: liberal commission.
ALLES & BAILEY. 164 Fourth ave. Tet 167.
WANTED-TWO BOYS, STOUT AND ACT
IVE; must have good references. Apply
between 7 and 8 o'clock A. IT. at 110 WOOD ST.
WANTED-A NO.l BOLOGNA MAKER AND
weaner-wonrst and knock-wonrst maker.
"Write to ANDREW GODFREY, Canal Dover,
Tuscarawas Co., Ohio. ocl6-12
only first-class men. with reference: salary
and expenses, ouommlsslon. Apply at HAMIL
TON HOTEL, 4 to r. M. Saturday. ocl8-77
-TrANTED-SOBER AND HONEST MEN TO
TV sell umbrellas, albums, blankets and silver
ware on payments In the city: good salaries paid
to persevering men. UNION CREDIT CO.. 103
Fourth ave. oc3-9S-iiTWTr
WANTED THREE GOOD AGENTS TO
work city trade: permanent position to
right party: only those who can furnish good
reference and security need apply. Address G.
C, Dispatch oQce. oclt-74
TTJANTEO-FOH THE UNITED STATES
v V army, able-bodied, unmarried men, between
the ages of 21 and 35 years; good pay. rations,
clothlngand medical attendance. Apply at NO
815 PENN AVEN UE, Pittsburg-, Pa.
-TVANTED-SALESMAN TO BELL OUR
YV specialties to merchants: samples and case
furnished: exclusive territory; salary paid or
commission; permanent situation, with chance to
establish flne trade. MODEL LEDGER CO..
South Bend, Ind. ocl6-44-2nvp
WANTED A STRONG, ACTIVE YOUNG
man, about IS or 19 years, to deliver goods,
collect and mike himself generally useful: must
come well recommended. Apply at ASSIGNEE'S
SALEOFDRYUOOD3, 723 and 725 Liberty St.,
corner Eighth. oeic-78
WANTED LABORERS WANTED IN NEW
Orleans DO able-bodied men to ship as
crew; wages 60 per month and board; to reliable
men steady employment will be ftlven. Apply to
M.N. WOOD. Coast and Laiausche Line, No. 2
Canal st., New Orleans, La. oclS-C
WANTED-AN TEXPEEIENCED AND RE
LIABLE cashier; only those capable of
taking cash and making change quickly and ac
curately and possessing tbe highest recommenda
tions need apply; call at once. SEMPLE'S
STORES. 165 Federal St., Allegheny. oelS-70
WANTED-SALESMEN AT 175 PEE MONTH
salarvand expenses, to sell a line of silver
plated ware, watches, etc.; by sample only; horse
and team furnished free; write at once for full
Barttculars and sample case of goods free. STAN
ABD SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass.
ING work and employers and all others
who may wish to employ bricklayers should regis
ter such wants, free of charge, at the headquarters
of the INDUSTRIAL MUTUAL BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, 93 Fourth ave., first floor front.
Open until 9 r. u. Saturdays. ocU-SO-uwfsu
WANTED-GIRLSTOHUN MACHINES AND
sew gloves. LOUVRE, 24 Sixth st. OC17-37
ANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOU8E-
wuitn. us -AUto HXKEi.1', Allegheny.
WANTED EXPERIENCED WAIST AND
skirt makers. Apply to A. REILLY, 933
Penn avenne. oclS-35
ANTED-TWO GIRLS-ONE FOR PLAIN
cooking, one for chamber work. Apply
60 SIXTH AVE.
WANTED-TEN LADY OPERATORS ON
Singer sewing machines. J. D. CHANT
LER & CO., 75, 77 and 79 Diamond St. oclS-30
-TfTANTED-AN INTELLIGENT AMERICAN
TV l&dr. nre.r25- fornoaltlan In onr retail nr.
der department: salary $33 monthly. Call after 10,
ROOM 7, S3 Ninth st. 0C15-25
Male and Female Heln.
TJANTED-S) ITALIANS, II 75 PER DAY;
T V child's nurse: 2 nurse girls: girls for board
ing houses: cooks, chambermaids, house girls: 2
colored. MEEHAN'S, 545 Grant st. ocM-D
-rtTANTED LADY AND GENTLEMAN
VV agents for city and surrounding towns: a
household necessity; Just out: no kitchen com-
Elete without It: It recommends and sells itself,
all at MARTELL'S, 411 Smithfield st
WANTED-SITUATION BY A YOUNG MAN
as clerk or messenger. Address W. H. S.,
Dispatch office. oclS-69
WANTED-SITUATION AS FARM HAND:
understands tbe care or horses and general
farm work. Address D. It., Dispatch office.
WANTED-SITUATION BY AN EXPER
IENCED hat and gents furnishing goods
salesman. Address, for 3 days, . K., Dispatch
TTTANTED-YOUNGyiAN DESIRES 'ROOM
VV to himself and board with a Protestant
family, within ten minutes walk of postofflce;
f4 50 per week. Address HART, Dispatch office.
Boarders and IiOdser.
ANTED-OCCUPANT3 KOB WELL-FUR-
NlKHTrrtrnnma. nrntrt nffnrnlhedhonse:
all convenience yr housekeeping; references.
MONTQOME)Xa.VE., Allegheny. ocl6-
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PBOP4"
ERTY, over SI. M0; X cer cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER & CO.. S2Fonrth avenue.
TfT AN TED-M0HTGA0H3-S1. 000. 000 TO LOAN
VV in larce and small amounts at 4H,5and
per cent free of State tax: no delay. REED B.
C0YLE4 CO., 131 Fourth ave. my21-)
TTTANTED MORTGAGES IN LARGE OB
VV small amounts on Pittsbnrg, Allegheny or
suburban Improved real estate at lowest rates.
ALEXANDER & LEE, 313 Wood St.
WANTED-TO LOAN 1500,000. IS AMOUNTS
or 3,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4J4 per cent free of tax; also smaller
amounts at 5 and S per cent. BLACK & BALRD,
85 Fourth avenue. se?l-d28-D
"fTTA-NTED MORTGAOES-J1.000, 000TO LOAN
V V on city and suburban properties at 4K fiand
C per cent and on larms In Allegheny and adja
cent counties at (per cent. I. M. PENNOCK A
SON, 10) Fourth avenue. ap'-fil
TTJANTKD-TO LOAN f20a000 ON MOKT
VV GAOEStflOO and upward at 6 per cent;
1500,000 at 4J4 per cant on residences or business
property: also in adjoining counties. S. H.
FREN CH. 125 Fourth avenue. oc31-e84-D
WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER, 88 Fifth avenne, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street Allegheny, everybody to
know that he Is making fine cabinets at 1 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised; lnsUn
ttneousprecosK -- -, -J:--raisihiMB.
WANTED HIGHEST SPOT CASH PRICES
paid for second-band furniture, carpets and
honiehold goods or all kinds. 1211 PENN AVE
NUE. , au2S-2S-JtWj
WANTED TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one In the club at SI 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX SOI, and I will call and snow you the watch.
WANTED-PDPILS TO LEARN SHORT
HAND and typewriting; any of the leading
systems taught: 25 typewriters. Address or call
at MARTIN'S SHORTHAND SCHOOL, 412 Wood
WANTED-PERSONS TO KNOW THAT BY
agrcelnsr torj&T 81 ner week -ron can get
posstsslos of fine gold or silver watches, clocks.
ewelry, dlrmonds, silverware, etc. J.MITSCH,
i30 Federal st., Allegheny, Pa. sel2-Mwrsa
WANTED-THE PEOPLE TO KNOW THAT
YEAOER ft CO..70 Federal t., Allegheny,
will make cabinets of anybody during this month
for 75c per doz.; bring the little ones: don't miss;
N o. 70 Federal st. Ihese cabinets will not fade.
WANTED-IRON AND GLASS WORKERS
to take notice where employment Is steady,
at Cochran station, and purchase cheap lots In
the Patterson Planrcheap; on eajy terms; month
ly or yearly payments. J. It WYLIE, Agent
Dnquesne, Pa or No. 8 Wood street room 5,
Pittsburg, Pa. OC12-92
FOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FORSALE-AT tlOOO-PAYMENTS CAN BE
made st 825 per month, or reasonable terms;
a neat brick bouse. 6 rooms: ISi'O Virginia ave.:
send for particulars. W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80
Fourth ave. ocl2-99-wg
fTSOR SALE-ON COLWELL ST.. NEAR
JU Dinwiddle, 2-sty. brick dwelling. 6 rooms,
n. and a. gas; In good condition: a bargain; lot
SOxlOO to alley. J. 0. BEILLY, 77 Diamond St.
FOR SALE-MT. WASHINGTON, SOUTHERN
ave.. Thirty-second ward; frame dwelling
bouse. Brooms, good location, large grounds; a
very pleasant place for a home: price reasonable:
terms easy. SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO., 99
Fourth ave. OC9-59-10. 12, 14, 18. 18
East End Residences.
FOR SALE-MODERN 8-ROOMED BRICK
house, nicely located, on Margaretta st:
handy to R. R. and cabfe line: price, to.K0: on
time. MELLON BROTHERS, 6349 Station st,
E. E. oclS-lJO-KWr
FOR SALE-SHADY81DE DWELLING, WAL
NUTit. ; a 2-story frame of 7 rooms and fin
ished attic, hall. h. Ac. water, gas, etc.: call and
get full particulars. BLACK ft BALUD, 95 Fourth
avenue. 3A-147. OC13-7I
FOR SALE-MODEL OAKLAND HOUSE, AT
WOOD street near Cable place, a 2-story
brick dwelling of 6 rooms, hall, lanndry. front
porcu; other conveniences; large lot 05x123 to an
alley. BLACK ft BAIRD, 95 Fourth are. 2B-65.
FOR SALE-NEAP HOUSE ALMOST NEW,
and good lot In the East End, close to Hi
land avenue and schnolbouse: 8 rooms, hall and
cellar, etc.: price onlv t2,250; a rare bargain.
J AS. W. DBAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth avenue,
FOB SALE-FIFTH AVE., NEAR SHADY
lane, a very desirable home at a very low figure:
11 rooms, wltp all modern improvements; nearly
new; stable on lot; this Is a very flne residence
and is worth more than we are now asking; lot
55x100. J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond st ocli-150
FIR SALE-E. E. DWELLING, CORNER
property, near Fifth ave. cable orP.lt R.;
substantial 2-story frame, 6 rooms, hall, inside
shutters, water, gas, etc.: lot 48x109 feet: this
property will be sold exceedingly low If sold at
once. SAMUEL W. BLAOK ft CO., 99 Fourth
FOR BALE tSOO CASH, REMAINDER ON
exceedingly liberal payments, low rate of In
terest for a complete brick house 9 rooms; every
thing complete to smallest details; handsomely
finished and papered; 15 minutes' ride from P. O.
by Fifth ave. cable line. Fnr terms see W. A.
HEBRON ft SONS. 80 Fourth avenne. ocS-68-ws
FOR SALE-A PRETTY HOME IN THE EAST
End; paved street well sewered, and only a
short distance from the railroad; a Queen Anne
dwelling containing 9 commodious rooms, reeep
tionhall, range, bath, laundry, all the latest im
proved conveniences: large lot: SLOOO cash, bal
ance to suit. BLACK ft BAIRD, 93 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-ON COR. EDWIN AND EL WOOD
sts. : lot 89 it front 120 ft. deep to 20-fU alley:
new frame house of 8 rooms, reception haft
basement laundry, good sewerage, elegant front
and sldeporches, good neighborhood, one square
from Hiland ave.: abt z minutes' walk from
Fifth ave. cable cars: complete In every respect:
only $8, 750, THOS. L1GUETT, No. 114 Fourth
FOB SALE A FINE. NEW BRICK RESI
DENCE property, with beautiful, large lot
situate on one of the most pleasant avenues in the
East End; a gentle elevation, affordlnga charming
view of Liberty Valley, and securing a perfect
sewerage system: 12 elegant rooms, wltn spaelons
reception halt billiard room, bath and lavatorial
facilities with patent Scotch closet; lanndry. nat
ural gas and all of the more recent appliances, and
everything in the most perfect order; wide piazza
covering the entire front and side: it will prove In
teresting to anyone In quest of a handsome'Eait
End home to examine this valuable property. Par
ticulars from JAM. W. DRAPE ft CO.. 123 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. ocl2-87-HWS
TJK)B BALE-A HANDSOME NORTH AVE.
JU residence, corner lot: one of tbe best loca
tion In Allegheny. For full tnlormatlon see W.
A. HEKKON&SONS, No. 80 Fourth are.
FOR SALE AN EXCELLENT BRICK
dwelling. with large corner lot In Allegheny;
near parks and street cars; 9 rooms, with bath. w.
c, laundry, natural gas, wide hall, 'dry cellar,
finished attic, etc., all In crime order; almost
new; price and terms reasonable. JAS. W.
DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR 3ALE-A VERY DESIRABLE RESI
DENCE, Clifton ave.. Second ward, Alle
Jiheny, near street cars, and electric road. 8 rooms,
mil, slldlng-doors between hall, parlorand dining
room, inside shutters, porches, front and rear,
flne mantels, nat and art. gas, bath. Inside w. c,
range and 'laundry, etc.: this house is well
finished and papered thronghont; grounds large
and well kept surrounded by large forest trees:
corner lot 106x130: more ground can be had If de
sired: price low: must be sold at once. SAMUEL
W. BLACK ft CO., 89 Fourth ave.
OC13-51-14.1S, 18, 22,24, XS
FOB SALE 4 SMALL HOUSES AND LOTS
at Homestead, near denot: rents (288: nrlce
only 81,250; cheap; over 12 per cent net. JAS. W
DRAPE ft CO.. Ii9 Fourth ave.. Pittsburg.
FORSALE-AT WILKINSBUEG HOUSE, 8
rooms, all modern Improvements: lot 40x132:
beautiful location. W. E. HAMNETT, 404
Smithfield street, Pittsburg, andWUklnsbarg.ra.
TjWR SALE-NEAR SANDY CREEK STATION,
X! A. V. B. R.. 2-story frame dwelling, 8 rooms
and finished attic; new and modern; i acres or
level ground: a very pleasant country home. J.
C. RLILL Y, 77 Diamond st. OC13-150
I710R SALE-BELLEVUE P., Ft. W. ft C. B.
: R., frame dwelling honse 8 rooms. Mi
acres ground, well improved; stable, carriage
bouse, etc.: must be sold at once; owner going
away: price very low. SAM'L. W. BLACK ft
CO.. 89 Fourth ave. ocll-5-Mwr
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE-ON FOURTH AVE., ADJOINING
the Dollar Bank, lot 4ox8J ft : must be sold to
settle an estate. W. A. HERRON ft SONS, No.
80 Fourth ave. ocl2-49-ws
FOR SALE-tGOO FOB LAWEENCEVILLE
lots, McCandlcss and Duncan streets. 20x100
each: convenlenttn mills, etc. BLACK &BA1KD,
95 Fourth are. C147 0C15-55
FOR UALE-IF YOU WANT THE FINEST
view of the city, buy a lot on Bailey ave.. In
the "Nautker Place, " Mt. Washington : lots 50x125
each: terms to suit all. BLACK ft BAIRD. 95
Fourth ave. 2t-55 oclS-54-D
East End Lots.
FOR 8ALE-8650-ON EASY TERMS-BEAUTI-FULLY
located at Homewood station. P. B.
R.. 25xl0dfeeteach. SeeW. A. HEKEON-ftSONS,
80 Fourth avenue. oclS-SO-Wd
VJWR SALE-LOT ON HOMEWOOD AVE.', 24X
Si. 100 feet: good location for store; handy to
P. B. R.; price. 8950. on easy payments. MEL
LON BROTHERS, 6349 Station it., E. E.
TJIOR SALE AT SHADYSIUE. ON ELLS
JD WORTH ave.. the best lot on the street for
the price: must be cold on account or removal of
owner. See (V. A. HERRON ft SONS. SO Fourth
FOR BACE-ON ROUP ST., 3 MINUTES'
walk from Fifth are. cable cars; Iotxioo, to
20-ft alley? sets well above grade: sewerage
complete; onlyS2.400. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114
Fourth ave. ocl3-l27-nwrssa
FOR BALE-SECURE ONE OF THOSE VERY
desirable loti for a, home or Investment;
Villa Park plan: now Is the time to secure a selection-
Colored plan from JOHN F. BAXTER,
Agent 512 Smithfield street. oc13-76-hwt
FOR SALE-ON BATES ST., AT FOOT. OF
Oakland ave., beantirul lot 50x120. to 20-ft.
alley; aboutSmlnntes' walk from Firth ave, cable
cars: elegant neighborhood: ouly3,C00. THOS.
LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-BAUM GROVE LOTS. WITH.
Improved streets, wide flagstone sidewalks
and grass plots, but a few minutes' walk to cable
cars: low prices. See MELLON ROa.. East End,
or J OHN IT. BAXTER, Agt., 512 Smithfield St.
FORSALE-SS7 50 PER FOOT-BOULEVARD,
Thomas street, near Linden ave., lot 50x155
feet: this Is one of the. most desirable lota In the
plan: street is 90 feet .wide, paved and sewered;
4 minutes' walk from Fifth ave. station.
SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO., 09 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-LOT HSX10O, LACOCK ST., NEAR
Federal st. Allegheny, at trustee's sale by
direction or Orphans' Court. On Thursday, Oct.
24. at I o'clock,' will be sold on the premises. In
lots to sutt purchasers, that piece of valuable real
estate belonging to the estate of the late Martha
McDonald Smith, fronting 148 feet on tbe north
side of Lacock st. bylOOfeetdeep to a street ad
jacent to West Penn Railroad; very eligible prop
erty for manufacturing purposes; terms, one
fourth cash and balance In three yearly payments,
a. ueuuate.4bon, Aaeu&aeexi, ecM-7i .
FOR SALE-LOTS AT GLEN WOOD. "NEAR
the station r graded sfeets, sidewalks, city
water, houses and lots lor sale. L36u, ft 759. t&OCu,
ten per cent cash, balance on monthly payments:
Second Ave. Electric Railway will pass In front of
these lots; B. ft o. Railroad fare monthly tickets,
tH cents per trip; 12 minute from Smithfield st.
eMlRUEC. BURG WIN, 150 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-HAZELWOOD LOTS. 1680 EACH.
3 vacant lots on Kearcher ave., Twenty-third
ward, 41x145. BLACK ft BAIRD, H Fourth ave.
OR 8ALE-S3C0 EACH FOR HAZELWOOD
J lots; 13 beautifully lying lota on Blgelow; n.
Sylvan ave., 25X100 feet each. BLACK ft BAIBD,
95 Fourth ave. 2D-308 OC15-55
FOE BALE-AT W1LKINSBUBO. ON COAL
St., 2 lots. 50x200 each, price 375: cheapest
lots in Wllkinsbnrg. W E. HAMNEIT, 404
Smithfield street Pittsburg, and WUklnsburg.Fa.
FOR SALE A DESIRABLE FARM OF 100
acres and farm building. 18 miles from city,
at Glbsonia. on P. ft W. R. R. W. A. HERRON
ft SONS, 80 Fourth avenne. oc2-39-wr
FOB SALE-FARM 175 ACRES. FRAME
house, large barn, line apple and peach or
chard, good timber, three veins coal, P. ft W. R.
R., only $40 per acre. ED. W1TT1SH, 410 Grant
St.. Pittsburg, Pa. oclS-p
FOR SALE-FARM-TO ANY CAPITALIST,
either lsdv or rentleman. that wlrihM to nnv
one of the finest Improved farms In tbe State of
Kentucky; price, skhCUo; it contains over iuu
acre, and as 1 nave a personal knowledge of It
ana the surrounding country, lwlll give a guar
anteed, truthful statement of the lacts to any per
son wishing to Investigate, who is able and willing
to buy, if all be fonnd correct. Call on or addfess
LEVI J. JEFFRIES, BeUevcrnon, Fayette Co., Pa.
FOB BALE-IT WILL BE TO YOUR INTER
EST to secure one of our new revised cata
logues with mnnlement rlnst nubllshed) before
buying elsewhere; we havealarge variety ofnew
properties coming in oauy, ana can supply your
wants without delay: lots and dwelling la all
parts of the 2 cities and suburbs: all nrlees and
terms; call or send for this valuable boot. BLACK
ft BAIRD. Fonrth ave. oet-58
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE- .tUG STORE IN GOOD COUN
TRY, town ; owner in other business and can't
attend to it. Address J. C, Dispatch office.
FOR BALE A GOOD PAYING GENERAL
store at a bargain: storeroom and dwelling.
For particulars address 8. P. POOBBAUGH,
Glencoe, Pa. oc$-3
TJIOR SALE-BUSINESS WHERE 1NDUSTBY
X! and ambition will tell: new machinery In
use. and It onlv reaulres Investigation to satisfy:
capital required, S3, coo. T.J. KEEN AN, Attor
ney, corner urant ana xriamona streets. oci-i j
FOR SALZ-A FINE CONFECTIONERY
store, centrally located on Fifth are.; doing
a business of f 18 to G0 per day: leasehold on store,
ice cream parlor and 4 dwelling rooms. onlySSO
er month; stock and fixtures will Invoice about
LSOO: will be sold cheap If sold at once. THOS.
.1GGETT, U4 Fourth ave. oelO-99-KWTSSU
TJIOR SALE-2 FINE BAKERIES AND CON
Jj FEUTIONEBIES, In excellent locations, Urge
grocery store In Pittsburg, 9,060 or Invoice, doing
yearly business of 100.000; smaller grocery stores,
ftOO to 85,000; cigar stores, small bakeries, confec
tioneries, boarding houses, drygoods and notion
tores, feed store, printing ofilce and many other
business chances for mates or females: free par
ticulars. SHEPARDftOO..S4Flfthave. oc3
T7M)RSALE-COK.BOSS STREET AND JTRST
X? avenue, a good business location: can be
bought cheap. See W. A. HEREON ft SONS. 80
Fourth avenne. oelO-86-ws
near Logan street 3-sty. pressed brick front
7 rooms and storeroom; price low enough to be
considered a good purchase; lot 21x89. J. C.
REILLY, 77 Diamond St. OC13-150
FOB SALE-J99) PENN AVE., E. E.. BET.
Hiland and Collins ave., flne business loca
tion; lot 20x145, to another street: a bargain.
SAMUEL W. BLACK, ft CO., 99 Fourth ave.
site, near Fifty-fourth street city, fronting 360
feet on Allegheny Valley Railroad by SO) feet deep
to a street: one of the most eligible sites In the 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 ft CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. Pa.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock. tc
FOR SALE-8ECOND-HAND BABOUCHZ,
as good as new. Can be seen at C WEST ft
CO.'S, Carriage Makers, 420 Dnquesne way, Pitts
burg, Pa. oclO-28
OK SALE-VERY FINE BLACK .MAKE, 7
vears old; alto one new doctor's bnggv. and
one second-hand Brewster buggy: will selfeheap.
BENNETT ft FLOCKER, corner Klrkpatrlck and
West End ave., Allegheny. ocl5-72
Machinery and Metals.
FOR SALE-2 CIGAR BUNCnlNG.MACHlNES
and a pigeon hole ease, 94 holes, will Be sold
cheap. JOS. HARTLE, cigar stores. 34 Fifth ave.
or 59 Chestnut St. ocJJ-CT
FOR SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
and refitted; repalringproraptlv attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY ANDMACH1NECO..L1M.,
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulC-29
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles kept In stock, from
4 to 100 h. p.; all refitted: good as new, at lowest
rices; mountea pozraoie engines, a to so a. p.
1-25 Park way. J. 3. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa.
FOB SALE- HOISTING ENGINES, HOT
and second hand; wire and reanllla rope, der
rick and fittings, hoisting tubs and cars, clay and
ore pans, engines, boilers and machinery.
THOMAS CABLIN'SSONS,Lacock and Sandusky
sts., Allegheny. au5-17-)fwr
TJIOR SALE-CAMERA-BLArH, SxT: FINEST
J2 outfit in the city: cost S200: will seU cheap.
Address CAMERA. Dispatch office. OC15-39
East End Residences.
TO LET-HOUSE OB li BOOMS, STABLE
and outbuildings; large grounds; on Negley
avenue, near Penn avenue cable ears. Inquire of
HENRY ROBERTS, at Oliver ftKoberts Wire Co.,
TO LET-NO. 62 LACOCK ST., ALLEGHENY,
a good 2-story frame dwelling otsrooms, ball,
both gases, water, etc.; rent 28. BLACK ft
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. oc 18-20
TO LET-BELLEVUE, P., FT. W. ft C. K. B.,
elegant residence, 14 rooms, complete in
every respect; large lot fruit and shade trees.
SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave.
mo LET-3 FURNISHED ROOMS-COMPLETE
JL ror light housekeeping; everytning nrst
class; large yard, etc. 145 FULTON ST., neai
rpO LET-STOREROOM ON SEVENTH AVE..
I near Smithfield; Immediate possession. In
quire J. BlSSELL,Room20S, Blssell Block.
O LET FOUR (4) STOREROOMS-GOOD
business stands on corner Liberty -and
Fourth and on corner of Penn and Third, with
dwellings; 24 unfurnished rooms for housekeep
ing. Inquire of S. MUSURAVE, 44 Fourth street.
Offices. Desk Room, die
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two of the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be reuna In tbe
city; rent 200 and 300 per annum. Including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam heating.
Apply between 10 A. M. and 1 P. M or between
2 and 4 r. M. ' Jy23-7
PERSONAL-MALTBY-S OYSTER DEPOT,
late 76 Fifth avenue, removed to 84L Smith
Held street; fresh oysters received dally; orders
filled at lowest prices. J. B. UEMMEULE, Mgr.
PERSONAL-BOOKS! BOOKS I BOOKS!
New and old. ancient and Kooern. standard
and rare. legal, medical and scientific 30.000vol
nmes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 900
Liberty St. an3-9S
PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY BE
TURNED: recently they bad not been on tbe
best of terms owing to a little family Jar occa
sioned by the wife insisting on being allowed to
renovate his wearing apparet and which, 01
course, was done In a bungling manner; In order
to prevent tbe trouble they agreed to send all,
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor. 65
Fifth ave., corner Wood st, second floor, and
now everytning Is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns In their household. Telephone 155,
LOST REWARD IF FOUND, WATCH
chain, Monday night October 14. Address
Wj J. O. P. O. Box, 282, WUklnsburg, Pa.
LOST-8 HOGS FROM SLAUGHTER HOUSE,
4-Mlle Run. Twentv-thlrd ward; reliable re
ward If returned to 1360 SECOND AVE., city,
ING. 75, 77 and 79 Diamond st. Engravings ol
buildings, machinery, portraits, cuts for cata
logues, etc.; reproductions of pen and Ink draw
ings, wood cut prints, manuscripts, etc: print
ing, binding, blank books, etc SC4-42-WS
MONEY TO IRELAND, SCOTLAND AND
England can best be sent by checks on
the "Cheque Bank," which are cashed by ail
bankers, merchants aad tradespeople. Pitts-
l imm..uit wiaiwBssRArn nr
asiaiwt,riwww t MAEWM
-wtva oiTsL- " -
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ft i - .
HENRY A. WEAVER & CO.
- . r
- -IS- ' I
Xhs greatest inducements to get- gomes 1
permanency orspecalaaoa yet oSereeV-1
. - dfvl
Because the ---,& 'M
PLAN OF LOTS-; Q
COCHRAN STATION; ;
On the Mononzahela Division. P. E.R aw sew
' - - -Ar !
situated tbat they are easy ot aeeesa (e
hour in the day) to three or four ot tbo InfgiMS,?
manufacturing works in AHagiiesy
CAN BE BOUGHT ON" FAIR TERSO.
-S-Good chance for steady work at
Howard Plate Glass Works, AHegbesy
mer Steel Works and Iruqnesae Tube WojtafrT '
J. E. WYXTJS,.
rv-njA q txr -., TTfin. r - f. 3
w Av w if wm ntev vots ..wbs.
A DJOU.Kr4.Ei HAIiW JJHUAA-BLtSt i ,-,
rtiTAtmn nrflTMrtuui as flBiM a.-
nler street Sixteenth ward, near Tfr-
lourtn, street and Howard raMie MMit
house. Lot 80x100 feet; with two aslwry"
THURSDAY, October 17, at 3 o'aieetr. itjJ
diicju, are jrotory jranws uw utra ii sum. si
cottage bouse thereon. Tho attention of eaal i. ev
tallsts is invited. For full iBformattoa aaafe? ,
to I. M. PKNNOCKVA SON. 106 Fosrth a,aa M
A, J. PENTECOST. Auctioneer. 418 Gnat st.
ADJOURNED SA LB" DBBTTtA WJsVa
La. jritHourg properties b ahhw, sar v
tha TwemlseaL on the corner of Thirtv-Mtsi asssV "'"' .
Butler streets. Fifteenth ward; lot 98 K.i-'-
.Buuersi., 2W is. on aainy-nisa s.asw m zs.
renn are., on wnicn axe u stick aas.
houses: ellcibly situated for bnoiaom
or dwellings: no w a eood ntviBe iav
can ba Improved tagreat advantage- m
information apply to I. AC PENMOCK I
14)5 Fourth ave., or A. J. PENTECOST..
uoneer, a o. sa urant sc
PROPOSALS THE RED8TONH
f!fisi ani rtr Hnnaur will
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.il.il hmwu.1i n .h.Y A AA.An .f M II mi ii i iT '" 1
IWHUI1U1WW..U1 ....TV-TOM W JWIHVY-;
aouoio cqks ovens uauj uewwr .u, jeen. . i
to do onus witn amain? wan oeara
For further particulars iaaaireattfcec
W. It- WILSON. Engineer. Psaa linlksks ""i
OrrrcB or Covstt CqhtrozambI i 1
Pii.iiuw j- ...I. ft Ida a Jr fc t.
rffiAT.im PRflPOSAT.R WTT.r. RE Ttm.
KJ CKIVISP at this office until 4 cycles r. :
TUU1WUAI, October 17. lew, for wmm
Anfl FYtanrllnfl. AlffirouillM tn hridsfA AVJtr f
tiers creek at MeCahes. Bids to ba In-Dm hsssssK'ft
sum lor work complete, work to Be c
WU W. WVAW4 0 A'WVH.UV , WV. lf.W UM1 !
can be seen at the office of the Coaatv Jsigjil. g.
neer af tar MONDAY, October 14, 1SS8.
Bidders shonld visit site before biddinc,
OC12-38 County Coatrette; "w
C1EAXED PROPOSALS WILL BB
O OEIVED by the HBdersitmed, at tie
chantaand Manufacturers' Bask, at He
Mich., until OCTOBER 38, leW, at 13 oel
noon, for the purchase of 160.880 of the Ba
Graphite Mlnine Comoaar's 8 Der cost :
mortgage coupon bonds, in sums of J638 amk?3
upward, reserving; the right to reject aajr eef f
ail mas. xne property consists ox am mimbj .v
land in Barspa eonntv. Micn with. a. tasb'se j...
franhftn or Mack lead ITS feet in. thloktMM ids' fti
workiae, and a personal guarantee gives by as' &jn
gooa patty u ruqiureu. I
j? urtner ltuormsuon given os zaqBKizHE-w
Fred Carlisle, 51 Campaa BaOMar, De4&sV,B
--in ttt e
MTY CLERK'S NOTICE OF THE OTITj
j oi, tspoaane fans, w. r. xo an wosm i
may concern: roace is nereoy given imemj&a
SAftlAfl nmnntalft far thA f BratAfaln asii sasssitf' ! i
In thA rltv nf BnnVftfiA Fslta. TaT. sl fcwaiqriif
(12) Inch water main, length awimxlsaaiefr) "
when laid three thousand sevea aasntoed a
eighty (2.780) feet; also to XurnJek aad toy a sts:
(61 inch water main, leneth arHwroilmilesr; '
when laid one thousand sight hundred. aj ' ,,.'. t
fifty (1,830) feet: also furnish and If om -i
hundred and slxtr feet of four Ml ines. atooh
for hydrants, will be received by meat ttta ,l
time or the meeting of the City Coaai ok
WPTlTJ-p-HTlAVTrVFVNTWfJ Krnaakv A MSB
nrA wm. l.tb. . 1140 n'AlAV A? ! l3 lia .).
specifications for above f nrnlehlng aad toffee -of
water mains can be exasaiaed in Unoalsgal ;
the Pittsburg Dispatch. All bids ant, he ?
securely sealed, and Indorsed on tbe eaveisea -
substantially, sealed proposals for tbe fnnitaa-
ing and laying of water mains In the
DPOKane sam, w. a., ana awo accompa
a certified check ot five hundred (J6)
as a enarantes Of eood faith. The Coa
serves the right to reject anv or all bids:
J. J. WHITE, City Clsg-t-8r0fjjreFAXI4WASK.TK0ertoOf8JN
OFFICIAL P1TTSB CXG.
OCTOBBB & 1
TVTOTICE la HEREBY GIVEN THAT 1
l Rnrean of Health ot theoltvof
burg has tbis day established aad srarittaa.
and dn.es berehv desitmata the foot 6 BsVMi
month f 171 street. In tha citv of Plltobuiw. at '
the Allegheny river, and Clark's dnmaffiafr '
Immediately above the north end of tbe Sea 4
Tenth street bridge. In ttscityot Pineaws.
on tho Monongahela river, as the places waoro
are to bs received and deposited the eoateaai .
of all privies as tbey shall from, titae to taate b .
cieanea ana empiiea, una su oew 09
substances found upon the pnblic hlghj
Superintendent ot tbe Bureau, of HeaMk. fit
VTOTICE TO CONTRACrORS SKAisaT5S
IXJ -.. aalll 1. aa(hJ af 4-k& nafsaBa saaM
L1 prUUUBSlV WiAJ IAJ lOt-VM V ware VBSwq was, f M
City Controller until MONDAY.taeaat jaW tH
UCtODer. a.Xi. low, an Jr. m., 101 luiiss 1 j
SEWXBS. , 5j
Murtland st. from Penn ave, to KeHy St.: 3sV "
lnch.plpc j l5l
Bayard st, from BidweU st, to NevSle tt
lShlnch pipe. i
Center ave- from Craig si. to Bartea At al
and 3Mnch -nine. a ii
Mignonette st, from Negley ave. to 1
w . lftanri ix.min mn" --i
Harvard st, from Negley ave. toEaeH are. 3
l.tlnrh nlnl '
Howard alley and Thlrty-faartB at, frea M9l
with a sewer on Thlrty-foartts st at LtgaatscJ
r .IfLlnnhnlnn. i "S
Spring alley, from Twenty-first st to TweaSjtJ
secomi st.: jo-incn pipe.
Mulberry alley, from Sizteeatk st te i
teenth St.: 15-iach pipe.
Fourth are., from Grant tt to Cherry sMn
15-inch pipe. 1
Plans and specifications can be seea. aw7,
blanks for bidding- can be obtaiaest at 'laM'i
office. ; M
Each proposal maw ae fifwowaaasufcr .
Dona, proDatea Doiore tae Mayer or ty m
Tbe Department of Awards MaerTea;
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