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THE "PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, MONDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1880
CHILDREN AT WORK.
Father McTishe's Latest Plan For
1 Beaching Drunken Parents.
AN EXAMPLE SET BY LITTLE ONES.
The Girls of His Parish Organize a Strong
SPKEAMNG THE IDEA IN THE DIOCESE
Rev. Father McTighe, pastor of St.
Malaria's Church, on the Southside, has
taken a new departure in temperance work.
Yesterday he organized a children's and
girls' temperance society among the misses
If his congregation. This was done in pur
suance of the resolution passed at the gen
eral convention of the temperance societies,
held at Cleveland in August.
The new band of temperance workers
starts out with about SO young total abstain
ers. They lange in age from 5 to 16 years
and took the pledge until they are 21. "They
will be known as the Junior Temperance
Society connected with the ladies' " organ
isation. At the ape of 16 the girls will he
admitted to the latter organization and will
partake ot the benefits connected with it.
Xext Sunday a boys junior organization
w ill be formed and will be attached to the
THE MISSES ELECTED.
The officers of the new society elected yes
terday "are: President, Miss Agnes Carey;
Secretary, Miss Teresa Gabig; Marshal,
Miss B. Murphy. They expect to hare a
membership of about 200 within a lev
weeks. The children will wear a badge to
be placed on their bosoms upon all occa
sions. A great many pastors have tried to
reach the parents of children and
get them interested in temperance
work and finally have them sign
the pledge. This has not been successful,
and it is eioected to get them by the new
wove of interesting them through their
children. The latter will not only be total
abstainers themselves, but tne idea of con
stantly preaching temperance to their
parents and others will be impressed upon
their minds. The display of their badges
will also, it is said, hae a good effect upon
those with whom they come in contact.
FATHER ai'TIGHK'S OBJECT.
Father McTighe expect tlrat all the
other churches in the diocese will take the
matter up and organize children's societies.
In speaking of the matter yesterday he
"We have two societies here composed of
young men and young women. I think the
work can be further extended by interesting
the children. The latter can be relied upon
to take care ot their parents, and will be a
standing example to the latter to
drop their intemperate habits. It
is a well known fact that wherever
you have a good temperance organization
you have a higher grade of morals among
the people ot that community. The society
will not be composed of dead timber, but
the children will be constantly urged to
The children will pay 5 cents per month
Into the treasury, and twice each year they
will hold a festival of some kind Theofficers
of the ladies' society who organized them
nre: President, Miss Eose Kappler; Vice
President, Miss Sarah Gratiam; Treasurer,
Miss Susan Langhran; Financial Secretary,
Miss Mary Murray; Becording Secretary,
Miss Kate Sullivan.
MAKI MEN IX LINE.
f?r. Leo's German Catholic Cfanrch Formally
St. Leo's German Catholic Church, on the
Brighton road, Eleventh ward, Allegheny,
was dedicated yesterday morning at 11
o'clock. Prior to the ceremonies a parade
of Catholic societies was formed on Federal
Btreet and marched to the church. Over
1,000 men were in line, the societies present
heing the Knights of St. George, trom St.
Mary's, St. Boniface's and St Joseph's
Churches, Allegheny; St. Martin's, West
End; St. Michael's, Southside, and the
German Catholic Church, at Chartiers; St.
Joseph's Society and the St. Andrew's
Light Guards. Frank Blattner was Mar
shal of the procession.
The dedicatory address was made by the
Jtev. Father Goehel, of St Martin's. Mass
was celebrated by Rev. Father Harrel, of
Olean, K. Y.; Bev. Fither Wertenbach, of
Braddock, officiated as deacon; Bev. Father
P. Adolph, O. S. B., as sub-deacon, and
Bev. Father Woelfel, pastor of the church,
as master of ceremonies. Bev. Father
Kaufmau, of St Joseph's, Manchester, and
Bev. Father Bernard. C. S., of St Michael's,
Southside, assisted at the services. The
German sermon was preached by Father
Goebel, and the English sermon by Father
The new congregation is composed of a
portion ot St Joseph's congregation of
Manchester. It was organized about a year
ago with the Bev. Father Woelfel in charge,
and it is largely due to his energy that the
iiew church is in existence The building
is a handsome brick structure with stone
trimmings. It is two stories in height and
is 38x92 feet The lower story will be used
as a school- The building cost 812.000. Of
this $8,000 has been paid and the debt of
f4,000 will probably be lifted before spring.
WAITING FOE AN ANSWER.
Ttie Scmpte Building- Offered to Uncle Sam
for n Postofilce.
Some gentleman claims he has the refusal
of the lease of the Semple building, in Alle
gheny, until Kovember 1, and he has mag
nanimously offered it to Uncle Sam to be
used as a postom t, for a certain monetary
consideration, which does not appear.
Sam hasn't answered j et, but Manager
Pat Harris is anxious to make a theater out
of the place. The latter won't have i show
until the Government has replied.
It is very important in this age of vast ma
terial progress that a remedy be pleasing to the
taste and to the eye, easily taken, acceptable
to the stomach and healthy in its nature and
effects. Possessing these qualities Syrup of
Figs is the one perfect laxative and most gentle
Just received at the jewelry house of Henry
Terheyden, 530 Smltbueld st A fine lot of
looie stones, some of which he has put in
lpr. earrings, 2 carat $158
1 pr. earrings, 2 1-32 carat 158
1 pr. earrings, 3J4 1 16 carat 275
1 pr. earrings, 3 carat 140
1 pr. earrings, lji 1-16 carat 142
1 finger ring, 1 1-64 carat 95
1 finger ring, 1-64 carat 120
1 stud, 1 1-64 carat 112
The puces are very low, considering the
quality. Come and examine them. Mirr
Corsets! Cornets! Corsets!
112 styles. Best fitting goods. Every
well-known make. "Examine the light
Featherbone, 89c, and Common Sense at $1;
our $1 Equaline health corset; our 60c, 70c,
J 1 corsets; our line of French satin corsets
' f 1J50 to $3 25; the B. & G. corsets. 75e up.
Our.prices always the lowest
. " Bosknbattm; & Co.
Persons Holding- Clnb Tickets
At Aulrecht's Elite gallery, good until
November 1, shonld come early for their
sittings, so as to avoid the rush, at 516 Mar
ket street, Pittsburg.
Take two minutes to read our display ad.
in this paper and see the great dress goods
largaina at the store. Bocds& Buhl.
v5The pleasantest and most wholesome
drick i F; SsY.'b Pilsaer beer.
The Association ot Fire Engineers Condemn
Overhead Wires The Underground Sys
The agitation over the overhead wires is
being fomented by the National Association
of Fire Engineers, who seek to make the
question a general one and fight it out at the
same time all over the country. Superin
tendent Evans, of the Bureau of Fire, has
received a series of resolutions adopted1 at
the recent Convention of the Fire Engineers'
Association, and which are being sent to the
heads of fire departments in all the cities of
the country. The resolutions read as follows:
Whereas, The present method ot overhead
wires, carrying high potential currents suita
ble for arc lights, electric railroads, power
houses, etc., are exceedingly dangerous, es
pecially to firemen when in the discharge of
their duties; therefore, be it
Resolved. That we urge UDon all legislative
bodies, both municipal and State, that the only
conceded safe method for the transmission of
snch currents is underground.
Rcsolted. That wherever anv overhead
method is allowed or tolerated that every
known precaution should be required by suita
ble lavs and ordinances.
r Resolved, That the present method of over
head wires is very lnipertecr, ana, nowever gooa
apparently, deteriorates rapidly.
Resolved. That the various fire chiefs
throughout tho United States should in no
manner jeopardize the lives or limbs of the
members ot their departments nntil they have
first assured themselves that no currents are
passing on such overhead wires in the immedi
ate proximity of the fire.
Resolved, That the most rigid inspection of
wires entering buildings, carrying hleh
potential current, should be had by competent
authority, and every precaution taken to
prevent any possible contact of such wires
with those of telephone or fire alarm wires,
water or gas pipes.
Resolved, That we earnestly call upon all
municipal and legislative bodies, and urge the
necessity of suitable legislation and inspection
of the present dangerous system of overhead
wires, for the purpose of lessening the dangers
and evils thereof.
Resolved. That we, the National Association
of Fire Engineers in convention assembled,
assert that the only safe method for such
currents is underground, and place our most
unequivocal condemnation on all overhead or
suspended wires, for the reason of its great
danger to life as well as to property
Accompanying tbe resolutions is a statement
from Prof. J. P. Barrett, of Chicago, in
which he states that there are from 3,100 to
3,200 arc lights in Chicago; all the wire is
underground; the potentiality is as high as
3,500 volts, and no difficulty is experienced;
the only objection is that that it costs a lit
tle more to put tbe wires underground,
where they are safe. In Pittsburg the only
step that has been yet taken toward secur
ing underground wires has been the passage
of a resolution introduced by Mr. Kearus in
Common Council, asking for an estimate on
the cost of burying all the wires.
THE NATIONAL GAME
Discouraged as a Sunday Exercise by tbe
The Police Bureau, having some time ago
announced its intention of discouraging
poker-playing as a Sabbath exercise, pro
ceeded to put its precepts into practice
through two of its most earnest theologians.
Special Officers William Shore and Robert
Robinson attended early services at 320 A.
M. Yesterday in 105 Second avenue, and
took the Presiding Elder, John Jay, and a
congregation of seven, who were intent on
studying the book of Kings. When the
contribution box was passed around at Cen
tral station tbey deposited $10 each as for
feits, which have not been redeemed.
Shore and Robinson, about hah an hour
afterward, repeated the operations at 35
Diamond street, where James Murphy and
six co-laborers were studying mathematical
combinations of fours threes and other de
sirable numbers. They were also gathered
into the fold by the small pair mentioned
above. This latter batch paid $5 and costs
yesterday morning. The proprietors in each
case were held tor a hearing.
Shortlv before midnight of Satnrday
Chief Kirscbler and a squad of Allegheny
ponce visiieu a potter room on oecona
street, near Middle, in the Third ward.
They found a poker table, cards and chips
and six men. The tools were confiscated
and the men arrested. Yesterday iorenoon
Mayor Pearson fined each of tbe men $3 and
costs. The prisoners were Henry Sutter,
of Second street, Frank Sullivan, of Natchez
street, Mt Washington; Charles Meyers, of
Mt. Washington; Frank McGinnis, of No.
2G9 Magnolia street; Christ Decker, corner
of East and Second streets, and Louis Hess,
of Third, near East street The men paid,
Who See the Error of Their Ways and
Judge Grlpp's Corrections.
There were 57 cases at the Central station
hearing yesterday morning, but they were
nearly all very ordinary, and only four were
given workhouses sentences.
Michael Cahill, for assaulting Albert
Hohmeyer on Second avenue, Satnrday
night, was given 30 days; Louis Frew,
charged with robbing Mrs. Braumeyer, of
Old avenue, of a small sum ot money, was
given 30 days; Joseph Dougherty and Mary
Jones got 30 days each for disorderly con
duct Six vagrants, 19 drunks and 11 dis
orderlies were given the usual light sen
tences. Three men arrested as suspicious
characters were discharged.
Three boys named "William Jones, James
Carney and William Charles, were arrested
by Officer Bovard at an early hour yesterday
morning, loitering about tbe Boston House.
They were held at Central station until their
parents are communicated with in regard to
sending them to the Beform School. At
noon yesterday the parents of another boy
imprisoned in the station sent him his din
ner, and the bucket containing it was en
trusted to Sergeant McElhaney to give to
him. The Sergeant went into the cell room,
and calling out the boy's name, asked where
he was. "Here he is: that's my name!"
exclaimed young Carney, and the Sergeant
innocently handed him the bucket. Half
an honr later, when the three hopefnls had
entirely devoured the meal sent by a kind
mother, it was discovered that the bov for
whom it was intended was in another cell at
the opposite end of the room. He cried
bitterly when he learned of how he had
been cheated, but his grief was appeased by
the Sergeant, who sent out and got him a
dinner lrom a restaurant
DIED OP STARVATION.
An Unknown Man Found Dead In Skunk
Hollow Yesterday Morning.
About 3a.1L yesterday Thomas Hart, a
road watchman on the Junction line, found
the dead body of an unknown man lying in
Shunk Hollow. Deceased was appaiently a
man about 55 or 60 years of age, with iron
gray hair, mustache and beard, and about 5
feet 8 inches in height
The body was removed to the morgue yes
terday morning, and a view showed that the
unfortunate man must have died from star
vation or exhaustion and exposure. The
bones were literally fieshless and the ribs
protruded through their skinny covering.
The bones of the arms and limbs were also
almost destitute ot flesh. The rumors of
murder or railroad accident are absurd, as
there is pot a break in the unfortunate
man's skin or a mark of violence on the
body. The calloused appearance of the
hands indicate that the man was a laborer.
Windy City Adherents Beat New York Sup
porters in a Debate.
An open meeting of St John's Branch
No. 35, E. B. A., was held yesterday after
noon in their hall, corner of Thirtieth street
and Penn avenue, which was presided over
by W. A. Golden, Esq. A very interesting
programme was carried out, which consisted
of songs, recitations, etc There was also a
debate on the following subject: "Resolved,
That the World's Exposition or 1892 Should
be Held In New York." B. A. Kilgallon
and Daniel Lcyden debated for New York,
while D. Campbell and James' Flynn
favored Chicago. Michael Burns and Henry
Duncan, who were judges, decided in favor
of the negative.
NATIONAL DRUG MEN.
"Wholesalers "Will Hold Their Annual
Meeting in Indianapolis.
MR. GEO. A. KELLY IS PRESIDENT.
Some Important Trade Subjects Mapped
Oat for Discussion.
A BIG PROGRAMME GIVEN IN DETAIL
The National Wholesale Druggists' As
sociation will hold their annual conven
tion at Indianapolis to-morrow, and Presi
dent George A. Kelly, of the association,
who will preside over the deliberations, will
leave for Harrisonville to-day. The only
other Pittsburg firm holding a membership
in the association is the L. H. Harris Drug
Company, which will be represented by Dr.
L. H. Harris.
The forthcoming meeting is one of the
most important in the history of the associa
tion, as many matters ot national scope and
import are to come up for discussion and
action. William H. Schmidt, of Indian
apolis, Chairman ot the Committee of Ar
rangements and Entertainment, has sent out
circulars imforming the trade, by the au
thority of President Kelly, that the head
quarters of the association would be at the
New Denison House, and that special pro
visions had been made for the comlort and
entertainment of the wives of the members,
many of whom will undoubtedly attend.
TWO KINDS OF MEMBEB.S.
The convention is tbe fifteenth in the ex
istence of the organization. There are two
classes of members, active and associate.
Of the latter class the following named
Pittsburg firms are members: B. S. Fahne
stock, Fleming Bros., Hostettcr & Co., W.
W. Lawrence & Co., Wm. McCnlly & Co.,
O'Stheimer Bros., and the Pennsylvania
White Lead Company. Representatives of
most of the above firms will be present on
the floor of the convention. The order of
business indicated in advance by President
Kelly is as follows:
The calling to order and the roll call,
alter which President Kelly will deliver
his annual address. The election of new
members, both active and associates, will he
followed by the reading of the annual re
port of Secretary S. M. Strong,of Cleveland.
Treasurer A. B. Merriam, of Minneapolis,
will submit his annual report
The reports of committees will be the most
interesting stage of the convention. P. Yan
Shaack, of Chicago, is Chairman of the
Membership Committee; M. M. Kline, of
Philadelphia, is Chairman of the Committee
on Proprietary Goods; Dr. Noyes, of St
Panl, is Chairman of the Committee on Leg
islation. Mr. Noyes will make an elaborate
report upon legislation in various States
and will have a word or two to say upon
trusts. It is understood that he assails the
trust definitions of Hon. James G. Blaine
and Andrew Carnegie.
CHAIRMEN OP COMMITTEES.
The Committee on Drug Markets is
headed by Fred G. Meyer, of New York;
tbe Committee on Adulterations by A. B.
Mcllvaine, of Philadelphia; on Fire In
surance by E. H. Doolittle, of Boston; on
Paints, Oils and Glass, Oscar H. Whitelaw,
of St. Louis, members from Pittsburg being
Chas. F. Wells, J. W. Scully and W. W.
Lawrence; on Transportation, F. W.
Schulte, of Kansas City, is chairman;
on Credits and Collections, J. U. Eiiel, of
Minneapolis, is chairman; on Fraternal
Belations, James E. Davis, of Detroit, is
chairman: on Commercial Travelers, L. H.
Harris, of Pittsburg, is chairman. There
are several minor committees whose reports
will not prove of general interest. The an
nual banquet will be a great event and will
be attended by between 300 and 400 ladies
The present officers of the N. W. D. A,
are as follows:
George A. Kelly, Pittsburg, President; Peter
Van Schaack, Chicago. First Vice President;
George M. Olcott, New York, Second Vice
President; J. C. Richardson, St Louis, Third
Vice President; C. ELPettit, Louisville, Fourth
Vice President; H. B. Gilpin, Baltimore, Fifth
Vice President: S. M. Strong, Cleveland,
Treasurer: A. B. Merriam, Minneapolis, Secre
tary: Board of Control, w. A. Rust, Boston; A.
U. Andres, New York: James E. Davis, De
troit; F. A. Schulte, Kansas City, and R. W.
Powers, Richmond, Va.
GOBBLING REAL ESTATE.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works May Lo
cate on the Kiaklminetns.
Agents are at work in the Kiskiminetas
Valley, near Saltaburg, securing options on
land. They want about 1,000 acres, and it
is claimed they represent New Jersey and
Pennsylvania capitalists. It is currently
reported that if tbe land can be obtained
the Baldwin Locomotive Works will re
move there from Philadelphia. Real estate
agents say there is a general healthy move
ment in their business in Western Pennsyl
vania, and a bright future for this part of
the State is predicted.
Ko Longer In Doubt.
It is no longer a question but an absolute
fact that merit is a winner all the time.
Thrust an article of merchandise in the
open market and if it has not the qualities
claimed tor it, it will live but a little while.
Soon, yes very soon, the people will brand
it n. g. Not so, however, with the real
thing, but quite to the contrary. If it is
what it is claimed to be, that same public
will indorse it by continuing its purchases.
So it is with "Klein's Silver Age Bye."
No better indorsement can be obtained than
the continned sale to those who have been
using it for years. Doctors and hospitals
have tried it and are still using it, proof of
which, if wanted, can and will be furnished
abonndingly. Silver Age Bye being the
only displayed whisky at the Exposition is
another proof of its fearless position as a
standard old and reliable stimulant We
do not claim that it cures all diseases, but
we do know that it is an excellent remedv
for many. It is sold everywhere at?l 50
per full quart We also keep all the lead
ing Pennsylvania rye whiskies, full quarts,
6 years old, your choice for $1 00 per quart,
or 6 quarts for $5 00. Wines, brandies and
gins at from 50 cents and upward. All
goods neatly packed and sent anywhere.
Send for price list, or cajl on Max Klein, 82
Federal street, Allegheny. jjjvp
Tbe Everett Club Piano This Week.
Certificate No. 87, held by Mrs. Sadie
Early, Tustin and Moultrie streets, Pitts
burg, receives the Everett upright grand
piano this week, on payments of $1 per
week. Mrs. Early saves $75 in the price
of her piano by beiug a member of our
club. She gets a piano for $350 that can
not be sold on any other plan for less
than (125. You are losing time and
money by not coming into our club. We
are delivering pianos every day. Send for
circular or call at the store.
Alex Boss, Manager,
137 Federal street, Allegheny.
To Mr Patrons and the Public
My branch Steamship and Exchange
office, at 639 Smithfield street, is now open
for business. J. J. McCobmice, Agent.
Armotb & Co. report sales of dressed
beef for week ending Saturday, October 19,
1889, 160 cattle, average weight 521 pounds,
at on average price of 4c per pound.
B. dS B.
Fine Dress Goods
At prices yes. at prices that will sell them
lively this week. Booos & Btjbx.
Persons Holding Clnb Tickets
At Aufrecht's Elite gallery, good until
November 1, should come early for their
sittings, so as to avoid the rush, at 516 Mar-
-ket street, Pittsburg.
. JF. & V.'s Iron City beer is unrivaled.
Connoisseurs pronounce it so.
. . fTt 1 i
A'N ANSWEE TO BROOKS.
Rev. Bfr. Barnett Says the World Should
Conform to Christianity.
Key. J. H. Barnett, of the Second Con
gregational Church, preached last evening
on the subject, "Accommodating Chris
tianity tottie Spirit of the Age." His ser
mon was a reply to a recent utterance by
Bev. Pillips Brooks, that Christianity is a
progressive religion and should conform it
self to the progress of human learning and
society. Bev. Mr. Barnett held the oppo
site view. He declared that Christianity
was a certain and unchangeable body of
truth, as expounded by Jesus and 'the
Apostles, and that it should be the effort of
all ministers of the gospel to make the spirit
of the age conform to Christianity. He
deprecated the tendency among theologians
who call themselves liberal to force new in
terpretations upon Scripture so that it may
not appear to disagree with the hypotheses
of modern science.
The chrysanthemums in the Allegheny
Conservatory are just beginning to bud, and
a few have opened their pretty flowers.
Superintendent Hamilton has arranged a
luxuriant show of these fall flowers in tbe
western part of the conservatory, and by
next Sunday the display will begin to re
veal its luxuriant beauty.
Beecham's Pills cure sick headache.
Peaks' Soap, the purest and best ever made.
NOTICE-MARY T. MAY, MX DAUGH
TER, having left her home without cause,
all persons are warned not to trust her In my
name, as I refuse to settle any account con
tracted by her.
oea-37 ANTHONY MAY.
OFFICE OK FIDELITY TITLE AND TRUST CO.
ESTATE OF TIMOTHY HOWE. DECEASED
Notlce is hereby given that letters or admin
istration on tbe estate of Timothy Bowe. deceased,
late of Pittsburg, Pa., have been granted to the
undersigned, to whom all persons Indebted to
said estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims or deinandsagalnst
the same will make them known without delay.
FIDELITY TITLE AND TRUST CO., Adminis
trator. DAVID O,. EW1NO, Attorney. se23-l-M
BRUCE fc SHIELDS. Attorneys at Law,
Corner Fifth avenuo and Grant street
ESTATE OF JOHN McKAY. DECEASED.
Notice is hereby given that letters testa
mentary on tbo estate of John McKay, late of
Penn township, Allegheny county, Pa., de
ceased, have been granted to the undersigned,
to whom all persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make Immediate payment, and
those having claims against the same should
make them known without delay.
JAMES McKAY, Executor.
oc6-61-M 1005 Liberty street Pittsburg. Pa.
MADAME COLEMAN E. BISHOP
Will lecture at the Buena Vista Street M. E.
Church, Allegheny, on Tuesday evening,
October 22. 188.
Take Pleasant Valley cars from Pittsburg
Tickets for sale at the Church, Methodist
Bookstore and at Fleishman's Trimming Store,
Market street ocl9-55
Tt M. UOTjck fc Co Managers.
TO-NIGHT OLIVER BYRON.
ACROSS THE CONTINENT.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
October. 2S ZIG-ZAG. oc21
pRAND OPERA HOUSE-TO-NIGHT
LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY.
October 23, Roland Reed in
THE WOMAN HATER. OC21-13
HARRIS THEATER-KVERY AFTER
NOON and evening.
DANIEL BOONE, THE PIONEER.
Week October 28 Gray and Stephens. oo0
TTARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
lo-uight, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and
OC20-20 SPECIALTY COMPANY.
OFFICIAL- P1TTSB URG.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
report of viewers on tbe grading and pav
ing of Dresden Alley, from Fifty-second street
to McCandless street has been approved by
Councils, which action will be final, unless an
appeal is filed in the Court of Common Pleas
within ten (10) days from date.
. Chief of Department of Public Works.
Pittsbueg, Pa.. Oct 17, 1889. OC17-37
VrTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
JN report of viewers on the grading of Wall
lngford street from Neville street to Barton
street and Grazier street, from Fifth avenue
to Homewood avenue, has been approved by
Councils, which action will be final, unless an
appeal is filed in the Court of Common Pleas
within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
FiTTSBURQ, Pa., October 17, 18S9. oc!7-S7
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
1M report of Viewers on the damages caused
by tbe grading of Grazier street, from Fifth
avenue to Homewood avenue, has been ap
proved by Councils, which action will be final,
unless an appeal is filed in the Court of Com
mon Pleas within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PlTTSBORQ, PA- October 17, 1889. oc!7-37
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
reports of Viewers on the grading, paving
and curbing of Fifth avenue, from Peno ave
nue to Frankstown avenue, and Negleyavenue,
from Hampton street to Roup Btreet, havo been
approved by Councils, which actioo will be
final, unless an appeal Is filed In the Court of
Common Pleas within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
Pittsburg, Pa., October 17. 1689. oc!7-37
OCTOBER a 1889.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Bnreau of Health of the city of Pitts
burg has this day established and provided,
and doe hereby designate the foot of Seven
teenth (17) street in the city of Pittsburg, at
the Allegheny river, and Clark's dumpboat,
immediately above the north end of the South
Tenth street bridge, in the city of Pittsburg,
on tbe Monongabela river, as the places where
are to be received and deposited the contents
of all privies as tbey shall from time to time he
cleaned and emptied, and all other offensive
substances found upon tbe public higbway.
THOMAS W. BAKER.
Superintendent of the Bureau of Health.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
JLi reports of Viewers on tbe opening of
Omaba street from Bigham street to Merrimac
street: Emily street, from Craft avenne to
Halket street; Felicia alley, trom Murtland
street to the city line; Zenith alley, from
Felicia alley to Formosa alley, and Ecru alley,
from Felicia alley to Formosa alley, have been
approved by Councils, which action will be
final unless an appeal is filed in the Court of
Common Pleas within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PlTlBBiniO, Pa, October 17, 1689. oc!7-37
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
reports of Viewers on the construction of
sewers on Meyran street, from crown between
Louisa and Bates streets to Louisa street sewer;
Carey alley, from South Twenty-ninth street to
a point 450 feet westwardlv; Fifth street from
Liberty avenue to tbe Allegheny river, and
Fifth avenue, from Amberson avenue to a
point west of Moorbead's lane, have been ap
proved by Councils, which action will be final,
unless an appeal is filed in the Court of Com
mon Pleas, within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PittsbuxO, Pa., October 17, 1889.
"VTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED
IN proposals will be received at tbe office of
City Controller until MONDA Y.the 21st day of
October, A. D. 1889, at 2 P. M., for the follow
Murtland st, from Penn ave, to Kelly st: 20
Bayard st. from Bidwell st, to Neville st;
Center ave., from Craig st to Barton st; 15
and 20-Inch pipe.
Mignonette st, from Negley ave. to Beatty
sti 15 and 18-inch pipe.
Harvard st, from Negley ave. to Euclid ave.;
Howard alley and Thirty-fourth st, from 300
feet northeast of Thirty-fourth St. to connection
with a sewer on Thirty-fourth st at Ligonier
St.; 15-inch pipe
Spring alley, from Twenty-first st to Twenty
second Bt; 15-inch pipe.
Mulberry alley, from Sixteenth st to Seven
teenth st.:15-inch pipe.
Fourth ave., from Grant st to Cherry alley:
Flans and specifications can be seen, and
blanks for bidding con be obtained at this
Each proposal must be accompanied by a
bond, probated before the'Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
E. M. BIGELOW,
oclO-19 -... Chief of Dept of Public Works.
.. -A ' . f jSSrf.s-"W, !&. JC ju
MSDitplay advertUcmenis one dollar per.
tijuare for one insertion. Clattifleti advertitf
menls on this page such as Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, etc, ten cents per line or each inser
tion, and none taken or less Vumfttv cents.
THE PITTSBURG .DISPATCH
For the accommodation of tho
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other tran sient ad vertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to bo prepaid except where
advertisers already have account with THE DIS
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, Mi Butler street.
EMIL G. STUCKEY, 34th street and lenn ave.
E. G. bTUCKEY A CO., Wylie ave. and Fulton st
3. BTOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, em Penn avenue.
JACOB SPOHN, No. 2 Carson street
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carson street
A. J. KAERCHER, 89 Federal street
H. 3. McBRIDE, Market House, Allegheny.
FRED H. EGGEKH. J72 Ohio street.
F. II. EGGEKS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut SM.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
1'ERUYM. GLELM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
W. W. FLOCKER, Stationer. No. 4 Grant ave.
"TT7-ANTED-BARBER 12 CARSON ST., PAN
W HANDLE HOTEL. . ol-J3
WAINTED-WAGON PA1NTEB AT J. G.
WIEK'S. 1539 Liberty st OC21-14
machinery molders. Address MOLDEltS,
Dispatch office. oc20-87
fTTANTED-AT ONCE, TWO COATMAKERS;
TV steady work and food prices. Address J.
L. LOCK.HABT. Washington; Fa. oeX-U3
TT-ANTED-COACHMAN FOB LIVERY;
TV none but sober and experienced man need
apply. T. B. MORELAN D, 6100 Penn. ave.
WANTED-SIX GOODBOYBIO WEAP DRY
GOODS packages: call early. SEMPLE
BUILDING, IGo, 167 & 169 Federal street Alle
TTT-ANTED 100 LABORERS WAGES 11 50
W and SI 75 per day. Apply at De Haven
sta.. P. 4 W. B. B., H. F. GETTLEMAN, Con
A N T E D A FIRST-CLASS BA RBER.
single: will nav (rood wares to rlffht man:
steady work. Apply JOE C. BRECK. 2550 Penn
WANTED-A MAN TO SELL LINE OK
cigars: salarr and expenses paid. Address
FLORIDA C'IGAK CO.. 22 N. Fourth street St
Louis, ilo. OC19-83-D
WANTED ASSISTANT WATCHMAKER
and French clock repairer; give reference,
where last employed and wages expected. Ad
dress P. O. BOX 853, city. ocSO-Ul
WANTED-ACTIVE YOUNG MAN AS
salesman In jewelry store: position to be
more particularly among the fancy goods. Ad-
aress xiaiu .aux, .Liispaica omce.
WANTED-20O LABORERS FOR RAILROAD,
pipe line and stone quarry, stonecutters,
coalmlners. farm and gardeners, at 640 Grant
street. AUG. P. GEISLER, OeneralAgent
WANTED-SALESMAN TO SELL OUR
specialties to merchants: samples and case
furnished: exclusive territory; salary paid or
commission; permanent situation, with chance to
establish fine trade. MODEL LEDGER CO.,
South Bend, Ind. ocIB-44-hwf
WANTED-LABORERS WANTED IN NEW
Orleans M0 able-bodied men to ship as
crew; waces $60 pr month and board; to reliable
men steady employment will be given. Apply to
M.N.WOOD. Coast and Lalausehe Line, No. 2
Canal St., New Orleans, La. ocl-C
WANTED-SALESMEN AT 5 PER MONTH
salarv and expenses, to sell a line of silver
plated ware, watches, etc.: by sample only; horse
and team furnished free; write at once for full
artlcular8 and sample case of goods free. STAN
ABU SILVERWARE CO., .Boston, Mass.
ING work and employers and all others
who may wish to employ bricklayers should regis
ter such wants, ftec of charge, at the headquarters
or the INDUSTRIAL MUTUAL BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, 93 Fourth ave., first floor front.
Open until 9 p. u. Saturdays. ocll-80-irwrsu
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS COOK AND AN
experienced chambermaid: highest wages;
best treatment Apply at 142 SHEFFIELD ST.,
WANTED-LADY AGENTS-ALSO MEN
Two Immense new specialties; one lady
made S27 before dinner, another S16 first hour. Ad
dress LITTLE A CO., Box 443, Chicago, 111. OC18-W
WANTED AT ONCE CHILD'S NURSE,
cook and chambermaid for small family;
S3 50 per week each; 100 house girls, SO for hotels,
dishwasher and night cook, waitresses. MEE
HAN'S, 545 Grant St. ocZl-D
WANTED SEVERAL EXPERIENCED
salesladies; one to take charge of notions
and small wares department; liberal salary for
tbe right person; also six for housefurnlshlng de
partment; one to run soda fountain: none need
apply unless experienced. FLEISHMAN A CO.
Male nnd Pemale Heln.
-TTTANTED - LADY AND GENTLEMAN
TT agents for city and surrounding towns: a
household necessity; just out; no kitchen com-
Slcte without It: It recommends and sells Itself,
all at MARTELL'S, 411 Smithfield St.
WANTED-FRENCH NURSE TO TAKE
charge of two children, cooks, dining room
girls, chambermaids, nurses, 100 l.ouseglrls, Ger
man and colored girls, farm hands, drivers, man
for dairy. MRS. E. THOMPSON, 608 Grant st
Boarders and Lodgers.
WANTED-OCCUPANTS FOR A NICELY
furnished second-story room In private
famllv. with both kinds orgas and use of batb.
Inquire at 575 FIFTH AVE. r OC20-143
WANTED-OCCUPANTS FOR SECONU
story front room and back parlor, well
furnished, with first-class board; also roommate
for young lady; reference. 31 FOURTH ST., near
T V to Join the advertiser In a paying legitimate
commercial bnslness. Address K. P., Dispatch
WANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over U.O00; 4H Per ent; no tar.
HENRY A. WEAVER & CO., UFonrttravenue.
WANTED-500 TO 1500.000-TO LOAN UK
mortgages. 4& 5 and a per cent. JAS. W.
DRAPE & CO,, KS Fourth ave., Pittsburg. Teie
Phone No. 975. ocl7-4-MThS
WANTED MORTGAGES-ON CITY OR
suburban Improved real estate. In sums of
$500 to saxoco and upward, at lowest rates. ALEX
ANDKR & LEE, 313 Wood st oc!9-33-MWS
in large and small amounts at 4H. 5 and a
per cent free of State tax: no delay. RKED B.
COY LEA CO.. 131 Fourth ave. myZl-CO
YT7"ANTE-TO LOAN (350,000 ON MORT
V V GAGES in amounts to suit In city or coun
try, at 4Jb to 6 per cent, as to security: no delay.
SAMUEL W. ISLACK A CO., 99 Fourth ave.
-TTTANTED TO LOAN 1300,006. IN AMOUNTS
W or (3,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on AH per cent free or tax: also smaller
amounts at Sands per cent BLACK A BAIRU,
85 lourth avenue. se2-d-D
"TITANTED MORTGAGES-fl, OM, 000TO LOAN
YV on city and suburban properties at 4K, 6and
(percent and on larms In Allegheny and aaja
cent counties at 6 per cent. 1. M. 1'KNNOCK A
SON, 10a t ourth avenue. ap7-f41
ANTKD-TO A.OAN 00,000 ON MOBT-
UA(jl!3; siw ana upwara at u per cent;
two, ooo at 4)4 per cent on residences or business
property: aiso in aujuiuuiK
FRENCH. 125 Fourth avenue.
so in adjoining counties. S. H.
WANTEDHIGHEST SPOT CASH PRICES
paid for second-band furniture, carpets and
bouseholo.goods of all kinds. 1211 PENN AVE
WANTED "VOLTAIC DIAMONDS."
brilliancy Kuaranteed; see prices. BAR
NEY E. ARONS, bole Agent 65 Fifth ave. cor.
Wood st. oc3M08
WANTED-TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one in the club at tl 00 per week. Address 1. O.
BOX 501, and I will call and snow you tbe watch.
-TTTANTED-PERSONS TO KNOW THAT BY
VV agreeing to pay II per week you can get
!)ossession of fine gold or silver watches, clocks,
ewelry, diamonds, silverware, etc. J.M1TSCH,
30 Federal St., Allegheny, Pa. sel2-uWF8u
WANTED-THE PEOPLE TO KNOW THAT
YEAGER A CO..70 Federal St., Allegheny,
will make cabinets of anybody during this month
for 76c per doz,; bring tbe little ones: don't miss;
No. 70 Federal st. These cabinets will not fade.
WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER, M Firth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street Allegheny, everybody to
know that he 1 making line cabinets at tl 50 per
dozen; photos delivered wbes promised; Instan
taneous process. . -- - Bihu-a
A'i'i v kSstraLii Jfchta
FOR SALE-IBIPKOVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE AT H7E0-VERY REASONABLE
terms: short walk from the postoffice, on
Bluff St., Sixth ward: a neat brick house of 8
rooms, late conveniences. See W. A.HERRON
A-fioNS, No. 60 Fourth ave. oclO-20-MTh
FOR SALE-ONLY 10 MINUTES FROM THE
Court House a new complete brick bouse. 8
rooms, thoroughly improved, on Locust near
Miltenbergerst; a desirable location: price low
and terms easy. W, A. 1IERRON & SONS. 80
Fourth ave. oce-il-irr
FOR SALE-VERT CHEAP-A DESIRABLE
new house, late style,9 rooms; lot 30 ft. front;
street is paved, city sewer; centrally located and
a very short distance from tbe Court Bouse: a bar
gain is altered if sold quick. VV. A. HEREON A
SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave. odO-SMiTh
FOR SALE-LOCUST ST., BET. MAGEEAND
Chestnut sts., fine new brick dwelling 1 rooms,
bathroom, marble mantels, cemented cellar, both
gases. Inside shutters; house Just finished: posses
sion at once; price S1600; ffJOOO cash, balance to
BU1I. ALLKS&JSAUJ.KX, II
164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
FOR SALE-REDUCED TO S7,000 A MAG
NIFICENT brick residence. In Duquesne
Heights, containing 8 commodious rooms, 2 large
attic rooms, reception hall, bath room, 2 w. c. 's
stationary washstands, parlor and hall finished In
hardwood, natural gas, beautiful lot, 76x125:
this bargain on easy terms. BLACK A B AIRD,
93 Fourth avenne. 21-154. OC20-137
Eaat End Reaiaeneea.
FOR SALE-FOR 831000 UNTIL OCT. 23-AN
East End residence property: cheap atJliOOO.
Address SHADYS1DE, Dispatch office. ocH-7
FOR SALE DAIRY ST., NEAR LINCOLN
ave.. East End, 2 acres of gTOund with 2 room
house thereon; good spring of water; a bargain to
an immediate buyer. BLACK A BA1RD, 95
Fourth ave. Ia-211 oc21-2
FOR SALE A NICE NEW HOUSE AND
corner lot in the East End, 6 rooms, ball,
cellar, etc. : line corner lot fruit trees, etc.. etc:
price only $3,850: on small payments; immediate
possession. JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. ocl9-47-D
FOR SALE-SS.500-SYLVAN AVE.-A GOOD
2-story brick of 8 rooms, wide hall, batb, h.
and c. water, both gases, marble mantels, rooms
newly papered and painted, 2 porches, about 1
acre of ground, with shade trees and shrubbery;
exceeding cheap and reasonable terms. BLACK
A BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. OC20-13S
FOR SALE A SMALL HOUSE-ALMOST
new, with good lot In the East End; 6 rooms
with hall and cellar: all In good order: situated
on a fine street near schoolnouse and cable cars;
price only 82,550; small payment down, balance
monthly payments. JAS. W. DRAPE A CO.. 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
TTIOKSALE-A FINE EAST END RESIDENCE
JD at only $3,000; a rare bargain; lot 70x150 feet;
excellent dwelling house: almost new; 10 rooms,
replete throughout with all modern appliances;
this Is a great bargalniowner going East and wants
to sell; particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE A CO.,
129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. ocl9-47-D
FOR 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,affordlngacharmlng
view of Liberty Valley, and securing a perfect
sewerage system: 12 elegant rooms, wltn spacious
reception ball, billiard room, bath and lavatorial
facilities with patent Scotch closet; laundry, nat
ural gas and all of the more recent appliances, and
everything In the most perfect order; wide piazza
covering the entire frontandslde; It will prove in
teresting to anyone In quest of a handsome East
End home to examlnethisvatuablepropertr. Par
ticulars from JAS. VV. DRAPE A CO.. V3 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. ocl7-4-MTbS
IOR SALE-f3,50O FOB A HAZELWOOD
home: a 2-storv frame of 7 rooms and finished
attic, hall, washhouse, 2 porches, with well water
on back porch; lot 50x150; covered with fruit
BLACK A BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 20-307.
FOB BALE-ON STOCKTON AVE-3-STORY
brick dwelling: large lot Fur roll particu
lars call on A. D. WILSON, 55 Federal St.. Alle
FOR BALE-K80O-BRICK HOUSE 8 ROOMS,
hall. Dorch. Tan ire. nat cas. etc.. on Klrk-
pa trick ave. A. D. WILSON, 55 Federal st, Al
FOR BALE-ON JUNIATA ST-8 ROOMS,
modern Improvements, and 2 frame houses
in rear: price S5.50O; will sell separate. A. D.
WILSON, 55 Federal St., Allegheny. oclO-40-MWS
FOR SALE-DN FULTON ST., ALLEGHENY
2 brick dwellings, 8 rooms, modern Improve
ments: price 810.000; will sell separate. A. D.
WILSON, 55 Federal st, Allegheny. ocl9-4ooiws
FOR SALE-IS, 000 FOR AN ALLEGHENY
home; Franklin st, near Bidwell, a good 2
story brick of 8 rooms and attic, batb, both gases,
other Improvements: large lot; good neighbor
hood. BLACK A BA1BD, 95 Fourth ave. 2H-129.
centrally located at Wllklnsburg. IT. B. B.,
a verv desirable new bouse 8 rooms; thoroughly
Improved: lot 10Qx200 ft See W. A. HEBRON i
SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. ocl7-95-ilTh
FOR SALE-HANDSOME RESIDENCE, HOME
ave., Bellevue, P., Ft W. A a R. B., 8 min
utes from station: complete house, 14 rooms, all
modern Improvements: large, well-kept grounds
covered with imit trees; lot 140x200 reet; wlU sell
cheap. SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth
FOR BALE-A GOOD STORE ROOM. 7 BBICK
dwellings. Ice houses and outbuildings, etc,
and over an acre of land at Hulton, Pa., on tbe
A. V. K. R., on the opposite corner from railroad
station; property of the. estate of Hannah F.
Davles, deed; all to be sold by order of the Or-
Bhans Court at public Bale onThnrsday afternoon,
ctober 24, at 3 o'clock on the premises: this Is an
excellent point for business, one of the best stands
In the place, on account of nearness to the rail
road depot etc; terms at sale or lrom JAS. W
DRAPE A CO.. Agents and Auctioneers, 129
Fourth avenne. Pittsburg. ocl9-79-MWThS
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOB SALE-fXO FOR LAWBEftCEVTLLvE
lots, McCandless and Duncan streets. 20x100
each: convenlentto mills, etc. BLACK A BAIRU,
95 Fourth ave. C147 OC15-55
FOR SALE-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 A BAIRD, 95
Fourth ale. 21-55. oclS-54-D
East End Lota.
OR SALE-S50O EACH FOB OAKLAND
lots. Frazierand Booth sts.: aras and water
on street. uijAuaA naiiuj, w jrourin ave.
r: ... . .... . .... -v ..
FORBALE-ttlOO-EASY TERMS, FRANKS
TOWN ave., near Brsshton, a nice level lot
50x150. covered with fruit trees. BLACK A
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 3A.301. oc20-139
TTiORSALE-IN BAUM'S GROVE, ON AMBER
X1 ave., lot 40x132; only S50 per foot: easy terms.
Address W. E. HAMNETT. 404 Smithfield st,
Pittsburg, and Wllklnsburg, Pa. OC19-20
FOR SALE-SHADYS1DE BUILDING LOTS
very desirable, on Bellefonte St., one square
from Fifth avenne: cheap; lot 40x100 ft. w. A.
HEREON A SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. O0l3-77-KTh
FOR SALE OAKLAND AVE. LOTS. 30X100,
nicely elevated above the street: flagstone,
sidewalk and paved street: convenient to cable
road, and very reasonable price. BLACK A
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 2D-213 OC20-133
FOR SALE NOW IS THE TIME TO BECURE
a lot for Investment or home In the Villa
Park plan: this property Is rapidly enhancing In
value, and to secure a lot at present low prices,
pnrcbasers must act quick. JOHN F. BAXTER,
Agent 512 Smithfield st. oc20-60-ilWP
T7IOR SALE-A GREAT BARGAIN TO IN-
L' VESIORS, over 2 acres of land (not includ
ing streets), 35 lots, well laying, near inland and
below Stanton avenue, at a bargain, Sioux less
than the city valuation. See W. A. HEBRON A
SONS, 80 Fonrth avenue. ocX-22-MTh
FOR SALE-IN SELECTING A LOT FOR A
residence site, you should be careful to see
that the property Is sewered and conveniently lo
cated: the Baum Grove plan sewered, wide flag
stone sidewalks and all streets of asphaltum and
In the center of East End, at prices below actual
value. MELLON BROS.,- East End, or JOHN F.
BAXTER, Agent 512 Smithfield St. oc20-61-UTh
FOE SALE-LOT'S AT GLENWOOD, NEAR
the station; graded streets, sidewalks, city
water, houses and lots lor sale. 11,350, ,1,750. 12.000,
ten per cent cash, balance on monthly payments:
Second Ave. Electric Railway will pass In front of
these lots; B. AO. Railroad fare monthly tickets,
6K cents per trln; 12 minutes from Smithfield st
(&ORGEC. BURG WIN, 150 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE HAZELWOOD LOTS. 8500 EACH.
3 vacant lots on Kearcher are.. Twenty-third
ward. 41x145. BLACK A BAIRD, t5 Fourth are.
FOR SALE-1300 EACH FOB HAZELWOOD
lots; 13 beautifully lyinz lots on Blgelow, n.
Sylvan ave., 25X100 feet each. BLACK A BAIRD,
95 Fourth are. 20-308 OC15-55
TTlOB BALE-FINE BUILDING LOT-FBONT-P
ING 23V ft. on Averv St. Allerhenv. near
parks, will be sold cheap. W. W. MCNEILL A-
bku va jc ounn ave. oes-au
IOR SALE LOT 143X100, LACOCK ST., NEAR
X CUCa. .... AUtUKUJ. MU.KC I B.0 41
airecuon oiurpnans- ijuri. un luursaay, vet.
24. at 2 o'clock, will be sold on the premises. In
lots to suit purchasers, that piece of valuable real
estate belonging to tbe estate of the late Martha
McDonald Smith, fronting 148 feet on the north
side of Lacock st by 100 feet deep 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. LEGG ATE A SON, Auctioneers. oclS-74
IOB SALE-FARM 300 ACRES. GOOD
bnlldlnzs. near the new Arbutkle oil gusber:
great bargain; to close estate ED. W1T1ISH.
410 Grant st. Pittsburg, Pa. oclS-D
"COR SALE-FABM-TO ANY CAPITALIST.
JD either ladv or gentleman, that wishes to bur
one of tho finest Improved farms In tbe State of
Kentucky; price, (65,000: It contains over 700
acres, and aa 1 nave a personal knowledge of it
ana the surrounding country, 1 will give a guar
anteed, truthful statement of the tacts to any per
son wishing to investigate, who Is able and willing
to buvlf all be found correct. Call on or address
LEVI J. JEFFKIBS,BeUevern0B, FavetteCo.,Pa..
- rT .- - -- .(Hnn-awns:
( n Jfc.''Ja. JT.
TJiOR BALE INGRAM. P., a AST. L. BY..
lE Just at the station, ik acres offlneland with
young orchard: would divide Into lots to good ad
vantage and meet rapid sales. For a good Invest
ment don't miss getting full particulars at
BLACK A BAIRD'B. 95 Fonrth ave. oc20-138
POIt SALE BUSINESS.
FOE SALE A GOOD PAYING GENERAL
store at a bargain: storeroom and dwelling.
For particulars address S. P. POORBAUGH,
G'encoe, Pa. oc8-a
TTIOR SALE-GOOD BUSINESS, WITH LIGHT
JD machinery: would suit a family splendidly;
about 83.000 required. T.J.KEENAN, Attorney,
cor. Grant and Diamond. ocZl-17
FOKSALE A COUNTRY STORE ANDSTORE
ROOM, warehouse, dwelling, etc.. at a good
point on line of railroad: fine country place, ex
cellent point tor business; this Is an old-established
stand; present owner has made a snug com
petency and wishes to retire on account of age;
will sell the property with or without the stock.
Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE A CO.. 129
Fourth ave., Pittsburg. , ocl9-47-r
TTIOR SALE-2 FINE BAKERIES AND CON
JD FECTIONERIES,ln excellent locations, large
grocery store In Pittsburg, S3, 000 or Invoice, doing
yearly business of 1100.000; smaller grocery stores,
H00 to $5,0-0; clear 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. BHEPARDACO.. 54ilfthave. oc3
R SALE AN ACTIVE INTEREST IN A.
first-class legitimate business with office in
the city; to an acceptable gentleman of sufficient
general business experience this can be looted
upon as an unusually fine opening: the most strict
Investigation invited; good references required
and given; principals only will he dealt with, and
no replies will be sent unless real name Is stated;
all correspondence will be treated confidentially.
JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129 Fonrth avenue.
' Business Stands.
For sale-a Valuable piece of im
proved property In the Fourth ward: very
cheap if sold at once. Call for full particulars at
BLACK A BAIBD'S, 95 Fourth ave. oclS-90-D
site near Fifty-fourth street city, fronting
SCO feet on Allegheny Valley Railroad by 300 feet
deep to a street: one of tbe 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 A CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pltts
bnrg. Pa. oel7-4-MThg
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, dec
FOR SALE A CARLOAD OF FRESH MILK
CO Wo on Tnesday, October 22, atM. MARX,
45 First st, Allegheny. ocSO-Sl
FOR SALE BECOND-HAND BABOUCHE.
as good as new. Can be seen at C. WES'!' A
CO.'S, Carriage Makers, 420 Duquesne way, Pitts
burg, Pa. oclo-28
FOR SALE BLACK MARE, SIRED BY
General Knox; has fast record; will make
Sood brood mare; also first-class bay road team.
:&, Dispatch office. OC20-144
R-S ALE-BAY MARE, 9 YEARS OLD,
flPMH A f VttW Hi. ,.At A MM . 1 A A
ness and eood bnsrTV. doctor's stvle. will be sold
Cheap. Inquire at MCCUE'S COAL YARD. Third
ave. and Try st ocB-12
Dlachlnery ana Metals.
FOR SALE ENGINES AND BOILERS NEW
and refitted: repairing promptly attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY AND MACHINE W..LIM.,
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29
FOR BALE-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; mounted portable engines. 8 to 25 h. p.
MS Park way. J . S. Y O UN G, Allegheny, Pa.
FOR SALE - HOISTING ENGINES, NEW
and second band; wire and raanllla rope, der
rick and fittings, hoisting tuba and cars, clay and
ore nans, engines, boilers and machinery.
THOMAS CARLIN 'S SONS, Lacock and Sandusky
sts.. Allegbenv. au5-17-srwv
PERSONAL THE LATEST CBAZE-"VOL-TAIC
Diamonds;" see prices; sold only by
BARNEY E. AEONS, 65 Fifth ave., cor. Wood
PERSONAL-MALTBY'S OYSTER DEPOT,
late 70 Fifth avenue, removed to 641 Smith
field street; fresh oysters received dally orders
fUled at lowest prices. J. B. HFMMKI'.I.E. Mgr.
PERSONAL-BOOKS'. BOOKS I BOOKS I
New and old, ancient and icouern. standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30. 000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 900
Liberty st. au3-9S
PERSONAL THE GENTLEMAN WHO
helped a lady on with ber wrap at the, end of
the "Brigands" at the Grand Opera 30086.
Wednesday night 16th. and expressed a desire
for further acquaintance, can hear from her by
addressing H. H., Pittsburg P. o. oc21-4
PERSONAL -HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURNED; recently tbey had not been on tho
best of terms owing to a little family lar occa
sioned by the wife insisting on being allowed to
renovate bis wearing apparet and which, ot
course, was done in a bnngllng manner; In order
to prevent the trouble they agreed to send all
their work herearterto DICKSON, the Tailor, 65
Fifth arc, corner Wood St., second floor, and
now everything is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns In their household. Telephone 1658.
LOST-YOU CAN'T TELL THEM FROM THE
genuine: "Voltaic Diamonds;" see prices
BARNEY E. ARONS. Sole Agent 5 Fifth ave.,
cor. Wood st oc20-108
EXTENSTVE AUCTION SALE OP VALU
works of history, science, travels
and voyages, theology. law, eta.
Commencing' MONDAY EVENING. Octo
ber2I. 18S9. and con tin nine each evening dur
ing the entire week, at 7 o'clock, at the auction
rooms. No. 311 Market st
Persons unable to attend the sale can have
their orders attended to by addressing tbe
Henry Auction Co. All that is necessary in
making out bids is to give your highest limit
and purchases will De made as much, below as
Each night's sale will embrace about 160 lots
of the catalogue in the regular order.
HENRY AUCTION CO., LUL,
"PINE FTJRNrrURE, BRIC-A-BRAC. PIC
tj TURES. carpets, etc., at auction TUES
DAY MORNING, October 22, at No. 311 Mar
ket st, 10 o'clock. Parlor suits in tapestries,
brocatclles, rugs, plushes and hair cloth, easy
chairs, fancy rockers, lounges and couches,
mirror door wardrobes, chiffoniers, folding
beds, dressing cases, washstands, bedsteads,
pier and mantel mirrors, door and window cur
tains pictures, chamber suits, center and ex
tension tables, cabinets, bookcases, hallrackr,
sideboards, druggets, rugs, fancy goods, ladies'
wraps, notions, reed rockers, clocks, blankets,
moqnets, velvets, body brnssels, taoestry and
ingrain carpets, stoves, xitcnen gooas, etc. etc.
Goods now on exhibition and until tbe time of
sale. HENRY AUCTION CO.,
TY JAS. W. DRAPE CO.
VALUABLE MANUFACTURING SITE
AT PUBLIC SALE.
On A. V. R. It, near Fifty-fourth street, 302
feet fronting on railroad, with facilities for
side track, and 30i feet in depth, to a wide
street One of the most eligible zaannfacturlEg
sites of any point In the cltr. To be sold on
TUESDAY, October 29, at 2 o'clock p.m., on
tbe premises. As the owner is a non-resident
he Is anxious to sell, and will let the property
go at a great bargain. Terms at sale. Title
perfect and unencumbered.
Full particulars from
JA& W. DRAPE & CO.,
Agents and Auctioneers,
129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
$2,000 If WARD.
A description or mention of Daniel Draw
baugh's talking machine or telephone inven
tion was printed in some Pensylvanla news
papers at sometime between the years 1870 and
Search has been made in the public libraries
and the newspaper offices of that State for snch
newspapers.. The files ot such papers are
in many cases complete, both prior and subse
quent to said years, but the fUes covering the
precise period in question have either disap
peared or been mutilated.
The undersigned will pay a reward of $1,000
to the person who will be the first to place In
their possession a genuine original copy of the
newspaper containing snch description or men
tion of Daniel Drawnaugh'i talking machine,
or to tbe one who first restores tbe files con
taining such copy to the public library or news
paper office from which tbe same was taken.
The undersigned will also pay the sum of
81,000 for the detection and conviction ot the
person or persons causing said disappearance
ormutllation ot said files.
All persons who have old flies of Pennsylva
nia newspapers are requested to examine tbe
same for such publication made during the
SEWARD, DACOSTA & GUTHRIE,
2d Nassau street, New York City.
Dated, New Yobs, October, 1888.
'Ufa aHAMXfrTOW, .'..
. "tA. ;BaulJj mjBTnwAna
: &aj mnu.vra.iki -r.txm-n-wi
v.vrr-NEAR HEART OF cnY-l TIBS.
CLASS nouseyrooms; uneoruer; ren wrr.
low. 137 59 ner mo. W- A. HEBRON A SONS.
Fourth ave. oeSO-K-ltw
rrw LET-813 PER MO. -THE BEST HOUS&nt
I ptthprritr for the money: neat brlek hosMft.
room&s late Improvements: No. 201 Plymostst st.
w a. MKKRUN A SONS. 89 Fourth ave.
mil T.rrRs ST. NEAR PARK. X-STJ4
1 brick dwelling, II rooms, bath and c.:h4. ;
A CO.. 99 Fourth ave. ocl9-6g-ltw
East End Residences,
rpo LET HOUSE OF 14 BOOMS. STABLX
JL and outbuildings; large grounds; on Negter
avenue, near Penn avenue cable ears. Inquire ot
HENBY BOBERT3,at Oliver AKoberti WIreCe..
TO LET-EZNT VERY LOW-GOOD HO5
10 rooms, on Sheffield, near Bidwell st. AH.
gbeny. W. A. HERRON A SONS, 80 Foartft ave. .
rriO LET-TINE UNFURNISHED ROOMS 44t
jl nonseceeping on .LiDerty, renn ana iwr
streets; 30-room hotel, with store rooms; beta
gases. Inquire of 3. MUSGBAVE. 44 Foartst.
nriO LET-STOREROOM ON SEVENTH JLTB.. .
L near Smithfield; Immediate pcHwislou. In
quire J. BISSELL,Roob 208) Blssell Block.
rTVO LET-FOUR (4) STOKEHOOMS-&OW"
X business stands on corner Liberty aad
Fourth and on corner of Penn sad Third, wssa
dwellings; 24 unfurnished rooms for boasesess
lag. Inquire of S.MUSfaRAVE, MFourtn street.
rriO LET-LARGE 3-STORY BRICK. WAK-
JL UUU3B with large elevators; central t
tlon. suitable for storage purposes or osct
factory: Twelfth street near Union station. Am
ply at T. MELLON A SON'S BANK. 542 gmwt
neia st. oos-ee-jrwr
Offices. Desk. Room. die.
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BU1LJS.
ING, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street twee she
roomiest and best-Ilzhted offices to be found la the
cltr: rent. 8380 and saeo ner annum. Including esss- :
trie lights. Janitor service and steam btlnig.? ;
2and4F. M. jyll if
rpO LET-NO PASTE. GLASS OB FOK.M
jl oaex. irucsare voltaic uiamonds;" i
lutelr clear and pure. BARNEY K.
sole agent 65 Fifth ave., cor. Wood rt.
TTXlUND-NEAR HOT SPRINGS. AH4t..
JU "Voltaic Diamonds:" experts canner 4t
tectthem. BABNEY E. AKO.SS.soie agsskll
Fifth avenne, cor. Wood st- oeJtH-
PROPOSALS FOR STEED FOR
the construction of two cruisers.
ifOOO tons displacement each, for tbe
States Navy, one ot said cruisers IN a. 71 to
constructed at the navy yard. Brooklyn, SL.
and the other (No. 8 at the navy var. Pas
mouth, Va. Navy Department WsdMasssfB,
D. C, September 27. 1888. Under iiilfailtj
conierrea py tne act ot losgreas
propriations for the naval service, aMisfsL
September 7. 1888 (Statutes at Large, vet. .
paaa 472 sealed proposals are heresy iuitsnjf
and will be received at this departSBeBt tustfl B
o'clock noon on THURSDAY, the
dav ot October. le. far
in? and delivering the foSewiar
and quantities of material at eaeh of ssM i
varus, for use in the constraettes ot .
cruisers: Class A. Steel Plates. Abes sir
hundred and seventy-two (072) teas of SJwaL
plates, 2K to 25 pounds per square feeC OHM
B. About one hundred and niaety(lW)1
oi steeipiaies irom w to so posses per i
loot, uiass v. uue armorea nsetii
steel 80 pounds per square foot:
clear inside, 12 inches, to be in one piece M I
a incnes long; weigns aooai o.vm pouaas.
conning tower, ovai seape, size ra eiear i
7 reel o incnes oy ieet incnes Dy aot
10 inches high, of wrought steel, 80
per square loot; weight aoout v,m
One top to connine tower of t
steel plate of 00 'pounds per square
tne edge to do nangea aown aooni s i
shane of conning tower: weight sJm
pounds. One shield or guard plate tot
wrought steel Plata of 80 pounds oars
foot: weight about 4,468 pounds. Oa-tsf
over entrance extenoing irosa ssnew so 1
of wroueht lteel plate of 60 Bounds mi-s
foot: weight ibont L300 pounds. 1st sM,i
ten ituj Hiiis. Kisutm j omjoi oaaj
one hundred and six (108) tons ot i
of various sizes; about fifty-six (5)1
steel angle and T-balb beams, with vtoms
mare, from 15 to 35 pounds per feoss -rtssst, j
thirty-eight (38) toss of steel "B Isis. JsVv
to 14 pounds per foot. Class B Btset Wises. 1. 1
About seventy (70) tons steel rivets front J
to 1J men diameter. UMsar eseeti
About eighty-three (88) tons of steel e
various shapes, stem, stern post, rasWsr 1
shaft tubes, shaft struts, hawse ptnosk
etc Tbe tons of material herein oaAesf i
be of 2,240 pounds each. All SOM l
De oi sucn aetauea aimensioBS, i
shapes as may be required In thee
of the vessels, and to be delivered at
place or placesfen the said navy yards a ;
oe oesignaiea oyiae respective ooffissssss
thereof. Deliveries to commence wrtjdm 1
(30) days from the date of eontraet a4 1
completed witnin six (oj somas urn :
aate. lae material to do aenverea j
In accordance with a detailed
prepared by tbe Naval ConetrusUsi:
said navy yards, respectively, and m
order required to carry on the werk M 1
interests oi tne uovernmeni. aji b
be of domestic manufacture, and
cepted only after passing saen tests as i
prescnoea tnereior Dy tne oeerecwy
X avy. rToposais must oe naaoe set,
the material for each vessel, la
with forms which will be famished on i
tlon to the Bureau of Construction aad
and anv one or more of the classes dest
may be embraced in the same pToiwissl.l
'bid for a portion of any class wBl be e
ered. Each proposal must be aeon
satisfactory evidence that . tbe
is able to famish and deliver test
terial for which be bids; also, by a
check, parable to the order of the a
the Navy .for an amount equal to S per
the bid- The cbeck received f rem the m
f ul bidder wll) be returned to aim on Ms
lng into a format contract ior toe aoe i
ance of tbe work and rivlDC bond far a
with satisfactory surety, in a peas! na
to a per cent ot tne amount ot sob bmh
case ne snau xau to enter into saea
and to give such bond within 38 days a
tica oi tne acceptance ox am prof
checlc aecompanvinfi? anek nrosossl
coma the property of the United
All checks accompanying proposals
are not accepieu wzu oe p
immediately after the award
have been made. Information relative 1
dimensions and shapes of material,
other information essential to bidden,
furnished on personal application to the :
of Construction and Repair, Navy Dhh
Proposals must be made in dapiioase, :
ciosea in envelopes marseu "XTopomuv j
forU. 8. S. Cruiser (No- ") anar atfors
the (secretary or tne a avy, navy j
Washington. D. C. Each class of a
be bid for separately; and the Secretary i
jsavy reserves tae ngnt to rejeet ;
Pius, or tne oias on any ciass or a
his judgment, the Interests of toe I
may require- is., uuui, i
VTAVY DEPARTMENT, WA8J
IN OCTOBER 8. 1S98. Thts D
advertisement dated September 37. J
ine proposals forsteel lornseintss
tlon of two cruisers, ot aboat 3.0st
placement each, for the United States 3
one ot which (No. 7) la to be oenstfsttd i
navy yard, BrooUyiLN. Y-, aad Mm ether
8) at the navy yard, Portsmouth, Ya., isi
nea as ioiiows- xao jjepanraeas reeer
right to give orders for material (e any t
classes trom time to time aanng a
one vear from the date ot tbe eoa
classes A and B (steel plates), D (steel s
ana is (steel rivets) deliveries ot :
glim Begin under eacn oroer or e
or designated at any tame by the
within 30 davs from the date of h
of the order or schedule, and than be i
pietea witnin ou aays irm
date. Incase the completion of the
of all tbe materials required under af
or sehednle shall be delayed bevesd Use 1
ot 00 days from tbe date of the reeetpt tsf
deductions of 890.00 per day may. is tW1 a)
tlon of the Secretary ot the Navy. tsl
from tbe contract price for each and erass!
(excepting csunaays) osnng waiea s
nletion is delayed bevesd the saM
60 aays; provided, that such orders or s
hall not reaulre tbo delivery of motm
sixth of tbe amount of any class 1st ;
month, in classes u ana r aeitvortss a
ials shall be completed within 60 days i
date of the receipt otioe patterns bt
orders xer sucn materials, .rayssei
reservation of 6 per cent wld be
classes A. R D and E oa the flrtt I
month, and for the materials detivsred
tne preeeaiBgmontn. raymeat, less a i
lion ot iv per cent, wiu 09 smm est 1
and tr, on esca oeuvery. rteeervMeM
withheld until the completion of aBi
enesunoer tne contract J5.rr.jr
retary or tne navy.
Davis Islajtb njjjp
-VTOTICK TO RJVERMKN
I purpose m ruaMuiafq iswsc
,vm Mtaaa jjamnrs asset
tbe peel for a few days. Sfcai
the asdteeC eras