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THE PITTSBIIRG 'DISPATCH "ItUESDAY. OCTOBER 22," 1889-"
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X DEMAND FOE SPACE.
'Ihe Pan-American Delegates Will be
-,- Astonished With the Display
"1,0F PITTSBURG'S IXDUSTEIES.
It Will be a Great Mechanical Exhibition
Hard to Surpass.
COMMITTEES MAKING PEEPAKATIOXS
If the Pan-American delegates who will
airire in this city "Wednesday evening, No
vember 6, do not haTe their eyes opened
concerning the industries of Pittsburg, it
will not be because the Mechanical Exhibit
Committee is not trying to make the stay of
the distinguished visitors an interesting
one. If they see everything that is being
prepared for them they will have to stay in
Pittsburg longer than two days. The first
meeting of the Mechanical Committee was
held yesterday at the Exposition buildings.
The following named well-known gentle
men were present: Chairman D. C. Itip
ev, John Bindley, Captain Hunt, A. J.
Logan and Colonel T. P. Roberts. They
walked through the buildings and around
the grounds and took a preliminary retro
spect of what they intended to do.
APPLYING FOE SPACE.
Chairman Kiplehas about 40 applica
tions from manufacturers asking for space in
the special exhibit. They represent nearly
every industry in the city, and the exhibits
will be novel and unique to the visitors.
Among the principal applications is
that ot the AVestinghouse Company. They
want a space 50 by 75 ieet, and will
exhibit their combined interests in it. The
exhibition will include the products of
their air brake works, machine shops,
electric light plant and gas interests. The
Thomson-Houston Electric Company,
through their agents, Gawthrop & Hughes,
of this city, will make a large display ot
their alternating system of electric lighting.
They will also put in their electric welding
apparatus and will have a circular railroad
track built to make a practical demonstra
tion of their electric railway system. Mr.
E. Gawthrop will leate lor Boston to-day
to confer with the officials of his company
and make arrangements for the transporta
tion of tne exhibit to this city.
The Oliver and Eoberts "Wire Company
will also have a large space upon which
they will have a miniature barbed wire
plant in operation. They will take out their
nail machines now in Mechanical Hall and
put in the wire plant.
THE WIRE EXHIBIT.
The company sells hundreds of tons of
their product annually to the South Ameri
can jobbers and they will make a special
effort to have the display interesting. Kip
ley & Co. will also add considerable fancy
glassware to their exhibit, which will be al
lowed to stand. The tinned plate plant will
also be of especial interest to the visitors.
After viewing the grounds and making
notes, the committee visited the offices of
the Philadelphia Company to make ar
rangements for a natural tras display. The
old stand pipes used along the Allegheny
river during the County Centennial cele
bration will be put into service. The chem
icals will be mixed at the wind-tower house
st the entrance to floral hall, and the wide
veranda in the rear of the cafe will afford
the visitors an excellent vantatre ground to
witness the display of many colored gas
lights.
While in this city the visitors will be
taken to all the principal manufacturing
plants in this vicinity The visit will in
clude the plate glass works on the "West
Penn, Homestead, Bessemer, Jeannette and
other places. The distinguished party will
leave for the East Saturday morning, the
Stb.
, Rrgemblinc a Sweetmeat.
By the occasional use of Hamburg Figs, which
is less like a medicine than a sweetmeat, the
bowels ana liver can te Lent in perlect condi
tion, and attacks of constipation, Indigestion,
piles and sick headache prevented. 25 cents.
Dose, one fig. Mack Drag Co., N. Y. Thsu
The Lucky Number.
One of the novel featuresof the Exposition
was the registering ot names by the Singer
Manufacturing Company, and drawing, at
the close of the Exposition, for one of their
elegant drop cabinet machines.
Every lady, regardless of the machine she
was usiug, had an opportunity of drawing
this machine by registering her name at the
stand, and over 12.000 availed themselves of
it. Of these 12.000 ladies, 80 per cent are
now using Singer machines.
The drawing was conducted at the Expo
sition in the simplest and fairest manner
possible. At 9 o'clock two little girls were
selected from the audience, and requested to
draw the tickets, two disinterested gentle
men acting as judges. The lucky number
was 3,831, held by Mrs. Emma Zimmerman,
of Salem, O., and she was at once notified of
her good fortune by telegraph. Although
the Exposition is now closed, the Singer
Manuiacturing Company will continne
their exhibit at their main office, Ho. 8'Sixth
street. All are invited. TTSSu
810 OO TO CHICAGO.
Aominn Excursion Tia the Pennsylvania
Linen.
The Pennsylvania Company will sell
excursion tickets to Chicago on Saturday,
October 2G, for trains leaving Pittsburg at
7:23 a. si., 1250 and 10 p. m., central
time, good for return passage by trains
leaving Chicago until Novembers. For
full information apply to Samuel Moodv,
D. P. A., 1127 Liberty street. tt"
Carpets and curtains slightly soiled by
the dust at the Exposition all go at half
price next Wednesday. Axminster, wilton
and moqnette carpets, Irish point lace and
silk chenille curtains, turcouian curtains,
drapery silks, rugs, etc.. at Groetzinger's,
627 and C29 Penn avenue, next "Wednesday.
Wedding Gifts In Onyx
Are as popular as ever. Clock sets, tables,
pedestals and fancy pieces Royal "Worces
ter, Doulton and Crown Derby are pleasing
and appropriate. E. P. Eoberts & Sons
have a wonderful collection of articles suit
able for bridal gifts, and then they are so
obliging and seem to know just what you
want TSu'
. Groetzlncrr Display nt ihc Exposition
TrVa slightly soiled by dust All of it will
be offered at half price next "Wednesday
morning, at 627 and 629 Penn avenue.
Fine Matched Carriage Team"
And one good driver at auction at Chau
tauque Lake Ice Company's sale on "Wed
nesday, October 23. Sold tor want of use.
Bee ad. on other page.
Bluer Wine of Iron
A nerve tissue food and enricher of the
blood; pint bottle 50c, at Fleming's Drug
Store, 412 Market street ttssu
To-day we will sell men's fine kersey,
melton and cheviot overcoats, silk-faced,
worth 18, at S8 to-day. P, C. C. C, cor.
Grant and Diamon'd sts., opp. the new
Court House.
;F. & V.'s Iron City beer is unrivaled.
Connoisseurs pronounce it so.
"Waet'WBIgiit's beer gives genuine sat
isfaction always. All dealers keep it TuSu
Cabinet photos, ?1 per doz. Lies' Pop
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st ttsu
The pleasantest and most wholesome
drink is F. & V.'s Pilsner beer. '
"Wondeefcl bargains at Semple's stores.
Closing ont See advt to-day.
Ulna suffering, from nervous afflictions
Hod quick relief In Farter's Ginger Tonic
Porter's j Balsam aids the hair growth.
AMERICDS TO GO TO OHIO.
The Executives Committee Decide to Assist
Fornker Big Wins Invited to Go
Alone Ohloans Want Pituburg's Crack
Folitlcnl Club.
The Executive Committee of the Americas
Club met yesterday afternoon to make ar
rangements for the proposed excursion of the
club to "Warren, O., on October 31.
In addition to an earnest invitation from
the Ohio State Executive Committee, the
following telegram was received from the
Chairman of the County Committee of Trum
bull county, u.:
Waerejt, O., October 19.
H. S. Paul, President Americas Club, rittsburg:
Governor Foraker will address alarge meeting
hero on the afternoon ot Ociober31. We cordial
ly Invite the Americus Club to bo present
Answer. S. V. Basher, Chairman.
The Executive Committee decided that if
100 responses are received by next Saturday
evening to a notice to be sent out, the club
will attend. They will assemble at their
rooms Thursday morning, October 31, at
8:30 o'clock and leave for Warren at 9:30.
Thev will go on a special train over the
Pittsburg, Fort "Wayne and Chicago Kail
road, returning at 11 P. m. The train will
be beautifully decorated by the club and
the railroad company will decorate the en
gine. Thev will be accompanied by the G.
A. K. Band.
A special committee, by invitation, will
make arrangements for a visit to Youngs
town, on the return trip from Warren,
where they will be the guests of the Repub
lican clubs of that city. The following dis
tinguished members of the club .have been
especially invited to accompany the excur
sion: General D. H. Hastings, Hon. G. "W.
Delamater, Major E. A. Montooth, Hon. M.
S. Quay, Hon. John Dalzell, Hon. T. M.
Bavne, Hon. "William AlcCallin and Hon.
E. T. Pearson.
The regulation black suit and high white
hat and white gloves will be worn, and red,
white and blue umbrellas will be taken
along.
FAMOUS KES0KTS G0XE.
Two Very Unsavory Buildings Which Are
to be Razed.
The old rickety two-story brick buildings
at Nos. 100 and 101 "Water street, which be
longed to the "Woods estate, have been sold
and are being demolished. Those vile and
gruesome structures have a history, and
when the criminal chronicle of Pittsburg
shall be written they will make up its
longest chapter.
For many years Tom Carney, the colored
man who is now in jail as an accomplice
in the Porter conspiracy cases, kept a dog
gery at Eo. 101, Next door, at So. 100,
was a desperate resort kept by Jerry Collins.
Those two low drinking resorts and the
neighborhood were known to the police
authorities as forming the worst section of
the city. Thieves and fallen women made
their redezvous there, and many robberies
and violent assaults were committed either
in the saloons or in the immediate neigh
borhood. About 14 years ago John Foster was mur
dered there by George Jones and Jesse Car
ter. Those two men were captured by De
tective Coulson and were banged for the
murder. In the saloons girls without char
acter were employed on commission to en
tice men to drink, and were often accom
plices in desperate robberies. About three
years ago the places were suppressed by the
public authorities.
Oo Time,
And very early too. That's what anyone should
be in treating oneself for inaction of the kid
neys and bladder. The diuretic which ex
perience indicates as supplying the requisite
stimulation to the organs' without exciting
them, is Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. Don't
delay; kidney inaction and disease are not far
apart. For fever and ague, dyspepsia, consti
pation, rheumatism and nerve debility, also use
the Bitters.
Of Course It Will Stay Here.
During the entire season of the Exposition
nothing attracted so much attention or won
wider admiration than the magnificent
Brazilian white mahogany chamber suite
exhibited by Pickering, of Tenth st and
Penn ave. It was unquestionably the sight
of the mammoth show, and everyone ex
claimed: "I wonder if Pittsburg will only
keep it here?" Of course it will remain
here. "Why, already there are three bids in
for it, and vou can depend the nearest to
$2,500 will get it "We have plenty of citi
zens with ample home pride and means to
keep it here, and you can rely onr city will
continue to boast the champion suite of the
world. It is now and will remain on ex
hibition in Pickering's window until
Wednesday, when the highest bidder will
take it So let every would-be possessor of
it send in their bid without delay. At any
rate, it will well repay you to look at it once
more.
Roses.
"A regular customer said to us the other
day: "Mr. Elliott, I notice that you bring
to your store every morning a wagon load
of beautiful roses and carnations, when
other florists send East for their supplies;
how is it?" The answer was: "Simply be
cause we have the facilities, the know how
and energy to stay up o' nights and so have
the pleasure of furnishing to onr customers
fine fresh flowers for less money than they
can buy stale ones that have lost their
brilliancy and perfume." "We are the only
growers here of the fashionable Hew Eng
land rose, Duchess of Albany. She is a
darling, please call and make her acquaint
ance. B. A. Elliott Co.,
54 Sixth street, Pittsburg, Pa.
Axminster Capets nt Half Price!
"Wilton carpets at half pricel Moqnette
carpets at hair price. All the goods we had
on display at the Exposition will be offered
at half price, beginning on "Wednesday
morning, October 23, at 627 and 629 Penn
avenue. Edwaed Ghoetzixgeb.
To-dax we will sell men s fine kersey,
melton and cheviot overcoats, silk-faced,
worth $18, at $8 to-day. P. C C C, cor.
Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new Court
House.
Beef, Iron and Wine.
A nutritive tonic for convalescents and
delicate ladies; full pint bottles 50c, at Jos.
Fleming & Sons, 412 Market st ttssu
Of Coarse You San- Oar Carpets
At the Exposition. On "Wednesday mora
ine next, October 23, the entire display
which was slightly soiled by the dust will
be placed on sale at 50 cents on the dollar.
Edward Gboetzikger,
627 and 629 Penn avenue.
To My Patrons nnd the Public
My branch Steamship and Exchange
office, at 639 Smithfield street, is now open
for business. J. J. McCoemick, Agent
OInral Decorations.
"We'are receiving daily the newest things
in wall and ceiling hangings, designed by
the leading artists.
Cuosikike, Bake & Bassett,
TTS 416 Wood st
Horace W. Hnbbnrd, of Cleveland,
Certifies to the efficiency of Coaline Head
ache Powders.
"Wonderful bargains at Semple's stores.
Closing out See advt to-day.
F. Ss V.'s Iron City beer is unrivaled.
Connoisseurs pronounce it so.
"Waetweight's beer gives genuine sat
isfaction always. All dealers keep it Tusu
Cabinet photos, 51 per doz. Lies' Pop
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st ttsu
The pleasantest and most wholesome
drink is F. & V.'s Pilsner beer.
"Wonderful bargains at Semple's stores.
Closing out See advt to-day,
tS-Display advertisements one dollar per
square for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, etc., ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken for less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
BKANCH OFFICES.
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except whero
advertisers already have accounts with THE D1S
rjLicn. PITTSBUBG.
THOMAS MCCAFFKEY, 35u9 Butler street
EMIL O. STUCKET, Hth street and 1'enn ave.
E. G. faTUCKEY ACO., Wylle ave. and Kultonit.
K. bTOKLY, Fifth Avenue Alarket House.
EAST EXD.
J. W. WALLACE, 6111 Fenn avenue.
OAKLAND.
JJCALLISTEII & SHEIBLER, Sth av. & Alwood t
EOtrrnsins.
JACOB SPOHN. No. I Carson street.
H. A. DONALDbON, 3707 Carson street
ALLEGHENY.
A. J. KAEItCHEK, 59 Federal street.
JI. J. McBRIDK. Market House, Allegheny.
FRKD H. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS JICHENBY. Western and lrwlnavcs.
G.W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
FEKBYM. GLEIM. Itebeccaand Allegheny aves.
111L1.VALE BOHOUGH.
W. "W. FLOCK.EK, Stationer. No. 4 Grant ave.
WANTED.
Ulnlc Ilcln.
WANTED-A FIKST-CLASS BAKHER. NO
other need apply. Inquire at 3709 Firm
AVU. yV oc3-4G
-TTTA-STED-IBON
V makers. NO.
Allegheny.
BAILING AND FENCE
4 WEST DIAMOND ST.,
OC22-93
WANTED-ONE good BELL BOY FBOM 14
to 16 years old,at BOLKY'3 HOTEL, 31 to 33
Diamond, city. ocE-82
"TTTANTED-AT ONCE, TWO COATMAKEKS;
TV steady work and good prices. Address J.
L. LOCKHABT..Washington,-l"a. ocO-113
WANTED SALESMEN TO SELL AN
article that is nowpnt on the market for
the first time. Apply 118 FIKST AVE. OC22-G0
WANTED-COACIIMAN FOR LIVEKY:
none hot sober aud experienced man need
apply. T. B. MORELAND, 6100 l'enn ave.
ocIO-147
TvrANTED-ATODiVG MAN FROM 16 TO 18
V years old to work In a retail grocerv store.
Address, giving reference, Q., Dispatch office.
ocS-37
XTTANTKU-SALESMAN TO SELL, GOODS BY
V sample: good salary paid. Write to CEN-
TENNIALMFG. CO., Cincinnati, O.. or Chicago.
seS-'S-TTSSu
WANTED-A COMPETENT 1KUG CLEKK,
registered: must speak b'ennan: good posi
tion for right party. STRYCHNIA, Dispatch of
fice. o2-45
TTTANTED A FIKST-CLASS BARBER.
H single; win nay good wages to rignt man
steady work.
Apply JOE C. BHECK. 2560 l'enn
avenue,
UCl--4
VTTANTED-TWO A No.
1 SALESMEN TO
onlvmen of eacDe-
vV sell candy and crackers
nence neea apply,
patch of&ce.
Address DRUMMER, Dis-oclS-65-TuFSn
TTANTED-A STEADY. SOBER
MAN TO
v Y rnn a nlanlng and
floorlne machine:
EieauyjQo. inquire
cock st, Allegheny.
at 1LLEY BROS., 64 1a-
OC22-70
-TCT A N T E D EXPERIENCED GROCERY
V clerk: must come well recommended. Apply
by letter, stating where last employed, and salary
expected, 6117 PENN AVE. ocffl-91
TT7-ANTED A GOOD COATMAKEB NO
other need apply: prices, S5 50, ?6 60 and 3,
takln
ir neavT irun un
heavy wltb the light.
H. A. & K. M.
K.EKNOTT,
Reynoldsvllle, Fa.
ocZZ-95
TTTANTED-WAKEHOUSEMAN "WHO HAS
VV bad experience In packing hardware or
glassware. Address, statins' where last employed,
ABDWABE, Dispatch office. ocS-94
TrTANTED-BKIGHT. ACTIVE BOY. NOT
V over 16 years of age, to learn the hardware
titiRlnp& Tnnfit he resident of llm rltv.
In own handwriting, HARDWARE,
office.
Dispatch
OC22-94
w
AN1ED-BEL1ABLE LOCAL ANDTRAV-
speclal Inducements now: fast-selling specialties;
don't delav: salary from start BROW N BROS.,
Nurserymen, Rochester, N.y. Eel7-70TTTS
ANTED AN INTELLIOKNT.WIPIl'
awake man, 15 to 35 vears old. as sailesinan;
must come welt lecommended aud be willing to
work bard; bond required. Call at ROOM 45,
Eisner bonding, aftcr9o'clock. OC22-72
WANTED 3 HONEST, ACTIVE MEN IX)
sell household goods In Pittsburg and Al
legheny: we have all alnds of goods that people
buy fast because thar need them. Call and get
terms. E. GATELY & CO., 25 Federal St., Alle
gheny. OC20-107-TU6O
WANTED-BDSINESS MEN AT SMART'S
COLLEGE, o. 4 Sixth St.; expert book
keeping and balancing, arithmetic, penmanship,
shorthand and typewriting taught tboronghly for
5 per month to ladles and gentlemen: open daily
from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. ocl2-65-TTssn
WANTED-LABORERS WANTED IN NEW
Orleans 300 able-bodied men to ship as
crew: wages SCO per month and board; to reliable
men steady employment will be given. Apply to
M. N. WOOD. Coast and Latausche Line, No. 2
Canal st. New Orleans, La. ocl&-42
WANTED-MALE HELP-tSO SALARY, M0
expenses In advance allowed each month.
Steady employment at home or traveling. No
soliciting. Duties delivering and making collec
tions. No postal cards. Address with stamp,
HAFEK & CO., Plqua, Ohio. ocS-63-TTS6n
TTTANTED-AGENTSTOSELLTEA. BAKING
VV powder and pure spices: gifts wltb goods:
coke workers, miners or mlllmcn can make money
in their spare time: special Inducements to per
sons having established trade. YAMASH1RO
TEA CO., SS Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa.
u20-79-TTS
VTTANTED-SALESMEN AT 75 PER MONTH
VV salarvand expenses, to sell a line of stiver
plated ware, watches, etc; by sample only; horse
and team furnished free; write at once for fnll
artlculars and sample case of goods free. STAA
AKD SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass.
se24-90-D
WANTED-TO EMPLOY TWO GENTLE
MANLY young men (not dndes) for office
work: must be energetic and willing workers:
one to work on collections and one lor shorthand
and typewriting: must be neat writers; young
men of Methodist families preferred. Address,
with references, M. & S., Bedford, O. OC23-73
Femalo HelD.
TTTANTED-A FEMALE COOK
AT SIXTH
VV Avenue House.
Apply at SIXTH AVE.
OC22-76
AND GRANT ST.
WANTED-OIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
WORK: good wages and good home to the
right girl; German Protestant preferred. Ad
dress if. V., Dispatch office. OC22-81
TTTANTED-COOK. AND CHAMBERMAID:
V middle-aged woman preferred: for family I
In Florida. Apply first floor, 150 FOURTH AVE
-1 (i a nnnir nr,i iinnr. i.-KiK..iiif.ir-i nvf i
city. Deiweenn
i and 3 o'clock.
Thursday and Fri-
day. this week.
OC2-C
VV' cook and chambermaid for small fimlly;
S3 50perweekcacn: iuu uousegins, ;aj lornoieis,
dishwasher and night cook, waitresses. MEE
HAN'S, 545 Grant st. OC21-D
-TTTANTED-LADY. AGENTS FOR OCR NEW
Mcintosh raglan; snperlor cloth. In wide
stripes on outside; vulcanized rubber on inside;
close fitting: very stylish: never spots: beautiful
as the finest cloth garment ever made, and is abso
lutely water-proof; agents sell six a day nnd
make t8; great opportnnltv: also fine line other
goods. Address E. H. CAMPBELL, 484 Randolph
st, Chicago. ocl-66-TTSu
Ulnlc and Female flclo.
WANTED-AGENTS. MALE OR FEMALE,
In all couulry towns, to sell photograph
albums: latest designs for fall trade Just received;
big profits and quick returns to energetic agents;
write terms, etc. ONION PUBLISHING CO.,
103 Fourth ave. seS2-so-TTT8u
Situations.
WANTED-POSITION AS STENOGRAPHER
and typewriter; can give best of reference.
Address X. X. Z., Dispatch office. oc22-50-TT
WANTED ACCOUNTANT'S WORK. OB
writing of any kind that can be done In the
evening bv a thoroughly competent man. Ad
dress ACCOUNTANT, Allegheny, Pa.
OC22-44-TT8
WANTED-POSITION AS BOOKKEEPER,
having sold out my own bnslness and wish
ing to connect myself with a good house; refer
ence or security can be given. Address BOOK
KEEPING, Dispatch office. oc22-0
WANTED-SITTJATION. BY A MAN OF 15
years' business experience: is qualified to
take charge of the accounts of manufacturers or
contractors: has had experience tn buying, selling
and contracting. Address W. F., Allegheny, Pa.
OC22-43-STWT
TUTANTED-SITUATION BY YOUNG MAN
V who has a good knowledge of bookkeeping
In some reliable business house, wholesale pre
ferred, where strict attention to duty will secure
advancement: oest of city reference. Address
W. S. M.. Dispatch office. OC22-S5
Financial.
-TTTANTED-TO LOAN S500,OCIO. IN AMOUNTS
V V of 3,000 and-upward, on city and suburban
property, on i percent free or tax: also smaller
amounts at i and 6 per cent BLACK & BAIRD,
95 Fourth avenue. se21-d2S-D
WANTED MOlCTGAGES-11,000, 0O0TO LOAN
on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
C per cent, and on larnis In Allegheny ana aajs
cent counties at 6 per cent 1. 11. PEN NOCK 4
bON, 105 Fourth avenue. ap7-f41 A
WANTED-TO 1.OAN 200,OOD ON MORT
GAGES: (100 and upward at 6 per cent;
(5fO,000at 4K per cent on residences or business
nmnortT! ttlan In adlofnlncp counties. H. H.
FRENCH, 125 Fourth avenue. oc31-cS4-s J
WANTED.
Financial.
TTTANTED - MORTGAGES
OV IMPROVED
VV city property. In large or small amounts, bee
u UiiliUUiN s DUJxa, au lourin ave.
OC1-9S-TT8
TXTANTED-MORTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
W In sums to salt at 4K, 5 and 6 per cent
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 107.
apl9-14-TTSSU
-TTTANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
W ERTY. over 84,000: i ner cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVLk&CO., 2 Fourth avenue.
mh2-a22-D
WANTED-MORTG AG rS-lt. 000, 000 TO LOAN
In large and small amounts at 4H.-aya,6
per cent, free of State tax; no delay. KtED B.
COY LE & CO., 131 Fourth ave. my21-60
Partners.
WANTED-A PARTNER-OR WILL SELL
entire Interest in one of the oldest and best
equipped printing, binding, lithograph, station
ery and stereotype business west or Chicago: out
fit inventories (JO, 000, and is doing a large bank,
conntyand railroad business. For full particu
lars address PUBLISHER, care of S. C. Beck
witb. Tribune Building, New York City.
WANrED-FARTNER-55,000 FOR HALF IN
TEREST in thriving proprietary medicine
hnsiaess. Specialties, protected by U. S. patents;
profits average 500 per cent: expenses nominal; no
travelers: goods thoroughly advertised and es
tablished with leading wholesale and retail drug
gists; will guarantee to double investment within
two years; splendid opening for young or middle-aged
physician to superintend office practice
and consultation: none but those who mean busi
ness and have the money need apply. For partic
ulars address 31., care Carrier 14, Kansas l-ltv,
Mo. OC22-J8
nitacellnneons.
-VT7ANTED-EVERYONE HOLDING CLUB
VV tickets to call at AUFRECHl'S ELITE
GALLERY before November 1. 616 Market st.
0CJ2-53
WANTED-SECOND-HAND SPRING WAG
ON, suitable for hauling sawdust: must be
In good condition. Inquire at WlFlltoT AVt
OC22-41
A.
-VT7ANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
VV doien (13) of Stewart A Co. 'J fine cabinet
photos Tor II, at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
gheny. mv23-49-TT8a
WANTED-TO PURCHASE AN INTEREST
In a wholesale produce and commission
business: references given,
patch office.
Address J,
(1. DIs-
0C22-36
WANTED-MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN
to receive the benefit of AUBRECHTIS
ELITE GALLERY
MS Market st.
1 S7T I T 'CUV ln ll nta. in rtSTfl TT1 flTT"
club tickets;
10 days more.
oc -jo
-TT7-AN TED-TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
VV BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one in the Chili at (1 CO per week. Address P. O.
BOX 501, and I Will call and snow you the watch.
JyiHO
WANTED-BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE,
parents should have their children's photos
taken at AUFBECHT'S POPULAR ELITE GAL
LERY, 516 Market St.. Pittsburg; cabinets, finer
dozen; Ufe-slze crayons, f5; come early. oc22-o8
WAITED-THE PEOPLE TO KNOW1HAT
YEAGER & CO..70 Federal St., Allegheny,
will make cabinets of anybody during this month
for 75c per doz.; bring the little ones: don't mlssi
No. 70 t ederal st. 'these cabinets will not fade.
ocl-91-D
TTTANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
VV TOOKAPHER. S6 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at 81 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: instan
taneous nrocess. uihl3-63
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
Cltr Residences.
FOR SALE-A VERY PROFITABLE INVEST
MENT, on Marion, one-hair square lrom
Fifth avenue, near Court House: price only 3,700.
W. A. UERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
OC22-31-TUF
FOR SALE-A FIME INVESTMENT-TWO
brick dwelling houses, one of 8 rooms, the
other 5 rooms, situate on Congress street: price
only 17,000. C. BER1NGER & SON, 103 Fourth
aie. OC19-41-TTS
FOR SALE-DESIRABLE CENTER AVENUE
residence near Fulton St.; one of the most
desirable residence locations in the city: 9 rooms:
late Improvements. For terms see W. A. HEREON
& SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. ocS-H-Tua
FOR SALE-LOCUST ST., BET. MAGEE AND
Chestnut Sts., fine new brick dwelling 7 rooms,
bathroom, marble mantels, cemented cellar, both
gases, inside shutters: house Just finished: poses
sion at once; price (3,600; ll.OOO cash, balance to
suit. ALLES & BAILEY, 154 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
oclS-48 '
IT"OR SALE-REDUCED TO F.OOO-A MAG
2 NIFICENT brick residence. In Duquesnc
Heights, containing 8 commodious rooms, 2 large
attic rooms, reception hall, bath room, 2 w. c's
stationary washstands, parlor and ball finished In
hard wood, natural gas, beautiful lot, 76x125:
this bargain on easy terms. BLACK & BAIRD,
95 Fourth avenue. 21-154. oc20-U7
East End Resiaences.
I7IORSALE-FOR 830,000 UNTIL OCr. 23-AN
East End residence property; cheap at 915. 000.
Address S1IADYS1DE, Dispatch office. oc21-7
FOR SALE A BARGAIN IN AN OAKLAND
residence: brick dwelling of 9 rooms: speak
ing tnbes, electric bells, etc.; lot 22x150 feet oa
Meyraaave. C. BER1NGER SON, 103 Fourth
ave. oc19-41-tts
FOR SALE BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED
frame residence of 7 rooms and finished attic;
St.
Clair, near RIppev st.: 4,500. on easy pay
ts. MELLON BROTHERS; 6319 Station si.,
men
E.E.
OC20-119-TTSU
FOR SALE-DAIRY ST., NEAR LINCOLN
ave.. East End, 2 acres or ground wlth2room
bouse thereon; good spring of water; a bargain to
an Immediate buyer. BLACK HAIKU, 95
Fourth ave. Sa-211 OC21-2
FOR SALE-NEW 6-ROOMED FRAMEHOUSE
and nice large lot In good location, near
Point Breeze; handy to cable and railroad and a
rare bargain; (2,600. on easy payments. MELLON
BROTHERS, 6349 Station street E. E.
oc20-119-TTea
FOR SALE-A SMALL CASH PAYMENT AND
balance on long time will buv a fine residence
site In Villa Park plan, Brushton: our prices are
very low and now is the time to Invest.
JNO. F. BAXTER, Agent 512 Smithfield st
OC20-59-IThSU
FORSALE-FINE BRICK RESIDENCE OF 7
rooms and large grounds, on Rlppey St., be
tween Hlland and Neglevaves. ; all conveniences
and Improvements mide: price 80.900, on time.
MELLON BROTHERS, C349 Station St., E.E.
oc20-119-TTSn
FOR SALE-TWO OF THOSE NICE NEW 6
room frame bouses which we have been sell
ing for 52,200. on easy terms and small payment
down: well situated, near East Liberty station
and cable cars. KELLY ROGERS, No. 6315 Sta
tion street East End. OC20-4S-TTSU
FOR SALE A GOOD FRAME HOUSE OF 6
rooms and attic, porches, etc., situated on
good street near East Liberty station and cable
cars; lot 41x120: easy terms: S50U to IdOO down, bal
ance in small payments. See KELLY ROOEK3,
N 0. 6315 Station street. East End. OC20-46-TTSU
FOR SALE-$3,750-E. E.. NEAR FIFTH AVE.
cable road or P. R. R. station: cozy and sub
stantial 2-storv 6-room frame dwelling, hall, gas,
water, etc. : lot 43x109: this Is a corner property
and verv desirably located: easy terms. SAMUEL
W. BLACK. CO., 99 Fourth ave.
QC22-85-TwyB
ITOR SALE-HANDSOME RESIJJENCE, JUS-T
? flntshed, late style of architecture, reception
hall, 8 rooms, elegantly finished, thoroughly im
proved, electric lights, cor. lot. 54x115 ft., 1 square
from Shady avenue: onlvf7,000; termsreasonable.
W. A. HERRON SONS, 60 Fourth avenue.
OC4-93-TUP
FOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN-AN ELFGANT
brick house and good lot near East Liberty
station: homse contains 9 rooms and reception
hall, bath, 1. w. c, laundry, etc.; this property
will be sold at a low figure and on easy terras. See
KELLY & ROGERS, No. 6315 Station street East
Eud. OC20-40-TTSU
FOR SALE-J500 CASH-REMAINDER PAY
ABLEfoOO per year. Interest low on deferred
payments: neat new house, late 6tyle, well
finished and convenlenced; street Improvements
made; centrally located In Oakland, near Fifth
avenue cable line. W. A. HEBRON SONS.
SO Fourth avenue. ocl-91-TUP
FOR SALE-faSOO-SYLVAN AVE.-A GOOD
2-story brick of 8 rooms, wide hall, bath, 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 termb. BLACK
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. OC20-136
FOR 8ALE-$5,10-FARKAGUT ST., NEAR
Hlland or Stanton aves., E. E., new 2
story modern style frame dwelling, 8 rooms, ball,
bath. Inside shutters and w.c, range, both gases,
slate mantels, tile nearth, slate roof, etc.: lot
75x2C8 to a 60-foot street; this property will be sold
at a very low figure on account of ill-health of the
owner; terms easy. SAMUEL W. BLACK
CO., 89 Fourth ae. oc22-86
Allcslicny Residences.
FOR SALE-J7.000. CONSIDERED CHEAP, A
deslraole Allegheny residence. No. 20J Junl
atta st. : lot !4xl29 ft. : a good brtrk house: 6 rooms
and attic; late Improvements. See W. A. HER
RON SONS, 80 Fourth avennc. oc22-61-Tup
T70R SALE-AT A GREAT REDUCTION
U truly a bargain: only J,uuv; a good brick
house: 9 rooms.
In ftrstclass order: late lmprove
iteil In Fourth ward. Allegheny.
RON & SON S, 80 Fourth aye.
menu well locate
Set W. A. HERRON
OC22-61-TUF
Fc
OR SALE-8,000 FOR AN ALLEGHENY
home: Franklin st. near Bidwell. a irood 2
siory Dries: 01 o rooms uu uiuc uaiu, Dotn gases,
other linprovcmentslarge lot; good neighbor
hood. BLACK BA1H1J, 95 Fourth ave. 2B-1M.
OC20-136
rr :...""- .i..-...- -.... v .. -
FOR SALE-IRWIN AVE.. ALLEGHENY,
near Pleasant Valley cars, new six-room
house; excellent dry cellar: porches; front aud
side entrances: water and gas; lot 25x80; place in
nice order; now 'occupied by owner, but posses
sion can be given at once: price, to prompt buver,
12,250. CHARLES HOMERS CO., 313, Wood st
OC23 77
FOR SALE-A VERY DESIRABLE RESI
DENCE. Clifton ave.. Second ward. Alle
gheny, near street cars and electric road. 8 rooms. J
nail, suaing uuors ucineen nail, p&nurauauimng
room. Inside shutters, porches, front and rear,
tine mantels, nat and art. gas, hath, Inside w. c.
range and- lanntlry, etc.: this honse is well
finished and papered throughout; grounds large
and well kept surrounded by large forest trees:
corner lot 1U6X130: more gronnd can be had irde
slred: price low; must be sold at once. SAMUEL
W. BLACK CO...V9 Fourth ave.
003-51-14,10, 18, 22, 24, 30
FOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
Alleaheny Residences.
FOR 8ALE 20 PER CENT INVESTMENT-9-room
brick honse. Fourth ward. Allegheny;
price ss, 00O: must be Bold; this Is your Chance. W.
W. MCNEILL &BRO., 105 Fourth ave.
ocZO-79-Tnsa
Hnzeltvood Residences.
FOR 8ALE-t3.500 FOR A HAZELAVOOD
home; a 2-story frame of 7 rooms and finished
attic hall, washhouse, 2 porches, with well water
on back north: lot 50x150: covered with fruit.
BLACK & BAIRD, 05 Fourth ave. 20-307.
OC20-136
Suburban Residences.
FOR BALE-BRUSHTON-HOUSE S ROOMS,
good cellar, water, gas, etc. ; lot 29x100: good
location: close to station: s-.all cash payment
balance long time. CHARLES SOMERS & CO.,
313 Wood Bt. OC22-77
TTORSALE AT BELLEVUF, ON
ACCOUNT
of removal of owner: onlrS2.300: aneathonse
of 5 rooms: lot 40x176 feet: very conveniently and
desirably located. For full Information see W. A.
HEREON 4 SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave. "
ocIl-100-TuF
FOR SALE-BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED AT
Edgewood, fine large dwelling of 15 rooms,
with one acre of ground; fruit and ornamental
trees: everything In first-class order. For terms
see W. A. UEKltON Jt SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
OCll-lCO-TUP
FOR SALE LOTS.
Cltr l.ot
FOR SALE-ELEGANT LARGE BUILDING
lot on Forty-fifth St., near Hntler at. ; cheap,
on your own terms. W. W. MCNEILL & BRO.,
105 Fourth ave. OC20-78-TTSU
T7U1U SAI.E-SC0O FOR LAWRENCEVILLE
X? lots, McCandless and Duncan streets. 20x100
each; convenlentto mills, etc.
BLACK &BA1RD,
w r ouriu ave. ci4
OClO-33
FOR SALE-IF YOU WANT THE FINEST
view or the city, buy a lot on Bailey ave.. In
the "Nautker Place. " Mt. W ashington: lots 50x125
each: terms to suit all. BLACK & BAIRD. 95
Fourth ae. 21-55. OC15-54-D
East End Lots.
FOR SALE-S300 EACH FOR OAKLAND
lots. Frailer and Booth sts.; gas and water
on street. BLACK BAIRD. 95 Fourth ave.
2D-214 oc21-3
T7lORSAr.F11.1(--F.ASY TERMS. FRANKS'
V TOWN ave., near Brushton. a nice level lot
50x150. covered wltb
fruit trees.
BLACK &
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
3A-301.
OC20-139
FOR SALE-LEVEL BUILDING LOTS
fronting east 24x100 ft., on Homewood ave.,
one square from Homewood station, P. R.R.;
terms easy. W. A. HEBRON SONS, 80 Fourth
avenue. oc4-77-TUF
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 &
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 2D-2U oc20-133
FOR SALE-RARE CHANCES FOE PROFIT
ABLE Investment; by buying a lot now In
Baum Grove plan at present low prices you are
bound to make money; Baum Groye plan will
have more fine asphaltum streets and wide flag
stone sidewalks than any other plan la the mar
ket. MELLON BROS., East End, or JOHN F.
BAXTER, Agent, 612 Smithfield street
OC22-29-TF
Bnzelwood Lots.
FOR SALE-HAZELWOOD LOTS. 1500 EACH.
3 vacant lots on Kearcher ave., Twenty-third
ward, 41x145. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
2D-300. OC15-54-D
T710K SALE-JWO EACH FOR HAZELWOOD
JL. lots: ij oeauuiuuy lying 101s on mgeiuw, u.
Sylvan ave.. 25X100 feet each.
BLACK BAIRD,
95 Fourth ave. 2D-306
OCl-Oi
FOR SALE-HAZELWOOD AVE., TEN MIN
UTES walk from station, on line of proposed
electric road; one acre nice laving ground: six
room house; stable, etc; price, &OU0. CHARLES
SOMERS & CO., 313 Wood st ocSJ-77
FOR SALE-FINE. LEVEL BUILDING LOTS
In the Blair estate. Twenty-third ward, 3 to 5
minutes from Hazelwood and Glcnwood stations,
and on line or Second Avenue Electric Hf.; If you
want a lot either for a home or speculation, don't
miss this chadce, as wewlll soon have sold all that
we can let go at present prices, ftoo to 1 1,500; terms,
one tenth cash, balance on small monthly pay
ments. SAMUEL W. BLACK CO., 99 Fourth
ave. OC22-56-TUS
Allechcnv Lots.
FORSALE-FINE BUILDING LOT-FRONTING
25 ft. on Avery St., Allegheny, near
parks, will be sold cheap. W. W. MCNEILL
BRO., 105 Fourth ave. oc20-80
pi
IOK BALE-ALMOST IN THE CENTER OF
Allegheny EOOd building lots, easy of access.
for $400, on easy terms. See W. A. HERRON
SONS. 80 Fourth avenue. OC15-79-TTS
FOR SALE-LOT 148X100, LACOCK ST., NEAR
Federal st. Allegheny, at trustee's sale by
direction ofOrphans' Court. OnThursday, Oct,
24. at 2 o'clock, will be sold on the nremlses. in
lots to suit purchasers, that piece of valuable real
estate belonging to the estate of the late Martha
McDonald Smith, fronting 148 feet on the north
side of Lacoekst. 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. LEGGATE SON, Auctioneers. OC16-74
Snburban Lots.
TT'l
rOR SALE-
-LOTS 40x120 FEET,
IN MAPLE-
J? WOOD Park: easy payments. GEO. S.
MARTIN CO., 105 Fourth ave. OC20-25-TTSSU
FOR SALE-1NGRAM, P.,
Inst at the statfon. bH acrei
C. & ST. L. RY
acres of fine land with
young orchard: would divide Into lots to t
:ood ad
vantage and meet rapid sales. For a good invest
ment don't mtss getting full particulars at
BLACK BAIRD'S, 95 Fourth ave. OC20-138
I7IOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS; 50x194, HOO TO 600,
, Belmont Place, Ingram. P., C. & St. L. R. It ;
streets 50 ft wide: sewered: houses to set back 40
ft., cost at least $MK: terms 125 down, balance tlo
per month. INGRAM LAND AND IMPROVE
MENT CO., 60 Fourth ave. (second floor).
OC13-I02-TTSU
FOR SALE-LOTS AT ASPINWALL STA
TION, on the West Penn R. R., adjoining
Sharpsburg. only 7 miles from Allegheny City;
firlces lew; terms very easy: to those building on
ots at once great Inducements are offered. Call
for plans at W. A. HERRON SONS', 80 Fourth
ave. ocI-94-tuf
FOR SALE THE LARGEST, BEST AND
choicest lots In Allegheny county are found
In Maplewood Park. Wllklnsburg; over one-half
of the lots In the plan are sold; houses going up In
every direction; secure one while you have choice;
Ismail payment down, balance weekly or monthly.
GEO. S. MARTIN CO. , 105 Fourth ave.
OC20-25-TTSSU
Lots.
T7oR SALE-A NICE LOT IN ALLEGHENY
cemetery,
Address LOCK BOX 710, Pltts-
burg Postotflce.
OCWl
Farms.
FOB SALE-FARM 300 ACRES. GOOD
buildings, near the new Arhuckle oil gusher;
great bargain; to close estate. ED. WITllSH,
410 Grant St.. Pittsburg, Pa. oc!8-D
FOR SALE-A DESIRABLE FARM OF 235
acres, well located near Bakerstown. Alle
gheny county. Pa. ; price reasonable; terms easy.
VV. A. HERRON SONS. 80 Fourth avenue.
OCS-44-TuS
"P
OR BALK-OR EXCHANGE-FOR CITY
nroDertv. a very fine farm of 110 acres, or will
divide Into 60 and 50 acres, with good frame house
of 8 rooms, large barn, etc.: land all tillable, good
lences and abundance of water; located In Wash
ington county, Pa. C. BEEINGER SON. 103
Fourth ave. oc19-41-tts
TJ'OR SALE O'HARA TOWNSHIP TWO
X miles from Sharpsburg and one mtle from
the workhouse, 30 acres of flue garden land nnder
excellent cultivation: well watered and fenced,
good fruit orchard, etc.; 6-room brick dwelling;
terms reasonable. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO.,
S9 Fourth ave. oc 19-65-TTS
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
Business Cnonces.
FOR SALE-A GOOD PAYING GENERAL
store at a bargain: storeroom and dwelling.
For particulars address S. P. POORBAUGU,
Glencoe, Pa. oc8-3t
FORSALE-2 FINE BAKERIES AND CON
FECTION ER1ES, In excellent locations, large
grocery store In Pittsburg, 59,000 or invoice, doing
yearly business of tlOO.COU; smaller grocery stores,
S4O0 to $5,0X0; cigar stores, small bakeries, confec
tioneries, boarding houses, drygoods and notion
stores, feed store, printing office and many other
business chances for males or females: free par
ticulars. 8HEFARDCO.,54Flfthave. oc3
Bnaincss 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 BAIRD'S, 95 Fourth ave. QC18-90-D
FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, dec
FOR SALE-A CARLOAD OF FRESH MILK
COW son Tuesday, October 22, atM. MARX,
45 First St., Allegheny. OC20-24
17IOR SALE SECOND-HAND BAROUCHE.
? as good as new. Can be seen at C- WEST
CO.'S, Carriage Makers, 420Duquesneway, Pitts
burg, Pa. oclO-26
FOR'SALE-BAY MARE, 9 YEARS OLD,
good driver and don't scare at cars: also har
ness and good buggv, doctor's style, will be sold
cheap. Inquire at MCCUE'S COAL YARD, Third
ave. and Try st pc2i-13
Machinery ana Metals.
FOR SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS NJ5W
and refitted; repairlngpromptlv attended to:
PORTER FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO., LIM..
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. au 10-23
FOR SALE -NOW ONE SECOND-nAND
tenoning machine. 2 surface planers and 1
shapcr, and new and second-hand engines, boilers,
lard kettles, tar tanks, bh'men valves, castings,
etc VELTE MCDONALD, Thirty-second st
and Pena ave. ivll-91-Trs
Miscellaneous.
FOR SALE-GKOCEBY FIXTURES AND
stock. Address N. 11. D., Dispatch office.
OC22-30
FOR SALE -OUTFIT FOR A GROCERY
store; shelving, counter, blnns. stove, etc..
formerly used In George Rolls' store. Liberty and
Ferry sts. InqulreTl FOURTH AVENUE, Pltts
borg. -. - 'ocX-at -
TO LET.
Cltr Residences.
TO LET A NICE BRICK HOUSE OF S
rooms. No. 108 Erin st. C. BEEINGER
SON, 103 Fourth ave. oc20-55-Tus
East End Residences.
TO LET-HOUSE OF 14 ROOMS, STABLE
and outbuildings: large grounds; on Negley
avenue, near Penn avenue cable cars. Inquire of
HENRY ROBEETS,at01iverEobert Wire Co.,
Southslde. sel9-10
AllcBbenr Residences.
TO LET-LOCUST STREET, ALLEGHENY.
elegant new brick house, 8 rooms, perfectly
flntshed and supplied with all conveniences: rent
40. CHARLES bOMERS CO.. 311 Wood at.
OC22-77
Suburban Residences,
mo LET-ONE OF THE BEST NEW HOUSES
JL In Crafton; 9 rooms: natural gas. good
water, large lot, handsomely Improved: rent M
per month. J. K. MURPHY, office opposite Craf
ton station. OC22-51
Business Stands.
TO LET-A NICE HOUSE OF 4 BOOMS AND
store room, a large lot and stable, at Third
Toll Gate, on
Perrysvllle ruad: rent $12 per
month. C.
BEKINGKlt & SON, 103 Fourth ave.
oc0-55-TUS
Offices. DeU Room, etc
TO LET-IN STANDARD BUILDING LARGE
and well lighted offices, cheap; Wood, near
Sixth avenne. W. A. HERRON SONS. 80
Fourth avenue. oc5-45-tts
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street two of the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be found In the
city; rent ?200 and (300 per annum. Including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam heating.
Apply between 10 A. M. and 1 P. if., or between
2 and 4 p. M. jy23-67
Miscellaneous.
TO LET-A DESIRABLE STABLE BETWEEN
Crawford st, Wylle and Center aves.: ac
commodation s for 9 or 10 horses, with bay mow.
feed box and furnace: now occupied by Booth
Fllnn; It will be leased for l year or a term or
years; can get possession 10th or 15th of Novem
ber. Apply toX). W. GREEN, Penn BuUdlng, 7C8
Penn ave. OC22-48
PERSONAL.
PERSONAL TO YOUR INTEREST TO CALL
Immediately at AUFRECHT'S ELITE GAL-
LERY, If yon hold a club ticket.
516 Market st.
OC22-S9
PERSONAL-MALTBY'S OYSTER DEPOT,
late 76 Fifth avenue, removed to 641 Smith
field street; fresh oysters received dally; orders
filled at lowest prices. J. B. HEMMERLE, Mgr.
sel-92-D
PERSONAL BOOKS! BOOKSI BOOKSI
New and old, ancient and modern, standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30,000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 900
Liberty st au3-93
PERSONAL EDWIN SLATER, P. O. BOX
178, Cincinnati, O.. who suffered years from
pfles, and has been effectually cured, wtil send
iuji cireciions ror seir-treatment.
falling. Freeto all.
Simple and un-
oca-w-ns
PERSONAL THE GENTLEMAN "WHO
helped a la Jy on with her wrap at the end of
the "Brigands" at the Grand Opera Honse.
Wednesday night 16th. and expressed a desire
for further acquaintance, can bear from her by
addressing H.
, Pittsburg P. O.
OC21-4
Personal-Patrick oarlin-in forma
tion wanted of Patrick csrlln. who left
N ew York City about 13 years ago, and Is supposed
to have gone to Pittsburg; anyone knowing his
whereabouts please write to his brother, PHILIP
CAKLIN, 323 Third st. San Francisco, Cat
OC22-W
PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURNED; recently they had not been on the
best of terms owing to a little family lar occa
sioned by the wife Insisting on being allowed to
renovate bis wearfng apparet and which, ot
course, was done In a bungling manner; In order
to prevent the tronble they agreed to send all
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the TaUor, 65
1 Ifth ave., corner Wood st., second floor, and
now everything Is lovely and peace and happiness
again reign, in their household. Telephone 1558.
au30
LOST.
LOST-LADY'S GOLD "WATCH, "WITH FOB
chain and two fjl gotd pieces, with Initials C.
F. T. and M. T. ; reward offered. Leave at office
Penny Press. OC22-97
T OST-OBSTOLEN-MONDAY AFTERNOON,
JLi cor. Fourth ave. and Market st, one large
brown satchel, containing cuff and collars wltb
the name of II. F. Myers on same; also, one seal
skin sacque. one silk dress, one seal neck muffler,
one lady's cloak. Reward If lea at DISPATCH
OFFICE. OC2S-93
OFFICIAL- PITTSBURG.
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
JM report of viewers on the 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.
E. M. BIOELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
Pittsbueo. Pa. Oct 17, 1889. ocl7-37
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
JLN report of viewers on the grading of AVall
mgford street from Neville street to Barton
street and Grazier street from Fifth avenue
to Homewood avenne, 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 Wonts.
Ftttsbubo, Pa October 17, 18891 ocl7-37
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
l report of Viewers on the damages caused
by the grading of Grazier street from Fifth
avenne to Homewood avenne, has been ap
proved by Councils, which action will be final,
unless an appeal is filed in the Conn of Com
mon Pleas within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Pnblic Works.
PrrraBPBQ, Pa-. October 17. 1889. ocl7-37
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
reports of Viewers on tbegrading, paving
and curbing of Filth avenue,Trnm Penn ave
nne to Frankstown avenue, and Negley avenue,
from Hampton street to Roup street, have been
approved by Conncils, which action will be
final, unless an appeal is filed in the Conrt of
Common Pleas within ten (10) nays from date.
E. 41. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Pnhlic Works.
PrrrsBORG, Pa, October 17. 1889. ocl7-37
October 3. 1889.
TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
IN Bureau of Health of the city of Pitts
burg has this day established and provided,
and does hereby designate the foot of Seven
teenth (17) street in the city of Pktsburg, at
the Allegheny river, and Clark's dumpboat,
immediately above tbe north end of the South
Tenth street bridge, in tt9 city of Pittsburg,
on the Monongabeia river, as tbe places where
are to be received and deposited the contents
of all privies as they shall from time to time be
cleaned and emptied, and all other offensive
substances found upon tbe public hlgbwav.
THOMAS W. BAKER.
Superintendent of the Bureau of Health.
ocl-90 .
-
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
LN reports of Viewers on the opening of
Omaha street from Bigbam street to Merrlmac
street; Emily street, from Craft avenue to
Halket street; Felicia alley, lrom 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 bo
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 Pnblic Works.
Pittsburg, Pa., October 17, 1889. ocl7-37
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
reports of Viewers On the construction of
sewers on Jleyran street, from crown between
Lonisa and Bates streets to Louisa street sewer;
Carey alley, from South Twenty-ninth street to
a point 450 feet westwardly; Fifth street, from
Liberty avenno to tbe Allegheny river, and
Fifth avenue, from Amberson avenue to a
point west of Moorhead's lane, bare been ap
proved by Conncils, which action will be final,
unless an appeal is filed in tbe Conrt of Com
mon Fleas, witbin ten (10) davs from date.
E.M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
Pittsburo, Pa., October 17, 1889.
OC17-37
LEGAL NOTICES.
CHARLES B. PAYNE, Attorney-at-Law. 173
Fourth avenue.
ESTATE OF WS1. A. PAYNE, DECEASED.
Notice is hereby given that letters testa
mentary on the estate of Wm. A. Payne have
oeen grantea to tne unaersignea, to wnom ail
persons indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment and those having
claims against tbe same should mako them
known without delay. D. H. WALKER.
sel7-62-ru Option, Pa.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
application will be made to tbe Governor
of Pennsylvania on THURSDAY, October 31,
18S9, by Charles O. Smith, A. Clark Draro,
Dominick O. Cunningham, Abuer U. Howard
and Robert Cunningham, under tbe act of As
sembly entitled -An act to provide for the In
corporation and regulation of certain corpora
tions," approved April 29, 1871, and the supple
ments thereto, for the charter ot an intended
corporation to be called Pittsburg Consoli
dated Window Glass Company, tbe charactor
and object of which is the manufacture and
sale of window glass, and for theso purposes to
have, possess and enjoy all the rights, benefits
and privileges of said act of Assembly and sup
plements thereto, w. F. Mccook, solicitor.-ocS-51-TU
piANOs,
ORGAN&
d S. HAMILTON.
H AND 8 FIFTH AVENUE.
i-HTBUuxg, ra. apav-rs-B-
AUCTION SALES.
ASSIGNEES' SALE.
AT AUCTION
J, H. BORLAND,
AUCTIONEER.-
Important to the public. Tbe stock ot
a large drygoods importing bouse,
over 159,000 worth of foreign
i
and domestic
DRYGOODS,
CARPETS, RUGS, ,
DRUGGETS. Etc, Etc,
BY AUCTION AT
J. H. BORLAND'S
LARGE. AND SPACIOUS COMMISSION
ROOMS,
NOS. 723 and 725 LIBERTY STREET,
at tbe bead of Wood street opposite
the Arbuckle block, commencing
MONDAY, October 14, 1889.
Sales will commence daily at 10 A. at,
2 F. M. and 720 P. x., and continne
from day to day until tbe entire stock
Is disposed of, and in quantities to suit
tbe purchaser.
This Is without exception the largest sale of
Fine Drygoods, Carpets and Rugs ever offered
in Pittsburg, and Is well worthy tbe attention
of tbe public generally. The entire stock
must be sold regardless of cost or price in
order to make a prompt settlement with the
creditors.
All goods sold at this sale positively guar
anteed and warranted as represented.
Special accommodations provided for ladles.
oc22-6S-TTSSa
AUCTION SALE
HORSES AHD MULES, '
ON WEDNESDAY. OCT. 23, 1889,
At Cliantaiiiina Laelce Company's Depot,
THIRTEENTH AND PIKE ST&,
PITTSBURG. PA.
Having a surplus of about 80 head of horses
and mnles every fall, we have concluded to
make an annual sale. As we always buy tbe
best of stock, teamsters, contractors and farm
ers will find it to their advantage to attend this
sale. In tbe lot will be fonna horses and mares
ranging in weight from 1,200 to 1,700 pounds.
Also one extra line matched carriage team,
color bay, star on foreheads, snipe on noses and
two white hind feet on each, 15 bands high,
good necks, carry bigb beads, and weigh about
2,300 pounds, half brothers, 6 years old, and out
of tbe horse "Starlight." Also onebajdrivintr
horse, well bred, 9 years old, can show a 2:K
clip; would make a great doctor's horse; not
afraid of anything.
SALE POSITIVE, commencing at 10 A. X.
No reserve and no postponement on account of
weather. TERMS CASH.
0C2239 J. A. McKELVY, Auctioneer.
"TUNE FURNrrURE, BRIC-A-BRAC, PIC
Jj TORES, carpets, etti, at auction TUES
DAY -MORNING, October 22. at No. 311 Mar
ket St., 10 o'clock. Parlor suits in tapestries,
brncatelles, 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, cnamDer suits, center ana ex
tension tables, cabinets, bookcases, ballracks,
sideboards, druggets, rugs, fancy goods, ladles'
wraps, notions, reed rockers, clocks, blankets.
moqnets, velvets, body brussels, tapestry and
ingrain carpets, stoves, kitchen goods, etc.. etc
Goods now on exhibition and nntfl the time of
sale. HENRY AUCTION CO.,
oc20-So Auctioneers.
T Y JAS. W. DRAPE CO.
VALUABLE MANUFACTURING SITE
AT PUBLIC BALK
On A. V. R. R, near Fifty-fourth street, 30z
feet fronting on railroad, with facilities for
side track, and 301 feet in depth, to a wide
street. One ot the most eligible manufacturing
sites of any point in tbe city. To be sold on
TUESDAY, October 29, at 2 o'clock P.M., on
the premises. As the owner Is a non-resident
be 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,
123 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg;
ocl9-51-D
TIOOKS AT AUCTION THIS EVENING
at 1-JS0 o'clock at the rooms. No. 3U Market, on
second floor. HENRY AUCTION CO., LIM.,
Auctioneers.
OC22-S0
AMUSEMENTS.
PHYSICAL CULTURE.
MADAME COLEMAN E. BISHOP
Will lecture at the Boena Vista Street M. E.
Church, Allegheny, on Tnesday evening,
October 22. 18S9.
Take Pleasant Valley cars from Pittsburg
Postoffice.
Tickets for sale at the Cbnrcb, Methodist
Bookstore and at Fleishman's Trimming Store,
Market street. ocl9-55
pOL. J. W. PATTERSON POST. NO. 151-
Continuation ot tbe Exposition at tbe Fair
of CoL J. W. Patterson Post, So. 15L at
Salisbury Hall, Southslde. every evening.
The wonderful phonograph and many other
exhibits of the late Exposition to be seen, at
the fair. .
Admittance 10 cents. oc2Z17
T3IJ0U THEATER.
X To-night,
OLIVER BYRON,
ACROSS THE CONTINENT.
October 28-ZIG-ZAG.
oc3
GRAND OPERA HOUSE-TO-NIGHT,
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday,
LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROx.
October 23, Roland Reed in
THE WOMAN HATER. oc2M3
H
ARRIS' THEATER-EVERY AFTER-
NOON and evening.
DANIEL BOONE, THE PIONEER.
Week October 28 Gray and Stephens, oc-20
TTARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
lo-night. Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and
't Saturday.
HARRY WATSON'S
AMERICAN
OC20-20 BPEC1ALTY COMPANY.
EDUCATIONAL.
PITTSBURG ART 8CH00L, ESTAB
LISHED ISSi, offers advantages of a
thorough Academic School of
Art, combined with private in
struction; each pupil nnder
joint direction of George Het
rel (Dusseldorf Academy), John
w. ucaity launicn Academy.
Students who cannot attend dally
may enter for limited nnmber of
days a week. For prcpectus address
JOHN W. BEATXY, Principal.
au388-Tns 413 Wood street, Pittsburgh
JQ. QLEIOH, GROCERY, CORNER OK
. Madison and East streets, Allegheny,
has received a fresh sapply ot produce. Fresti
butter received every Wedseseny; large sapely
WfciBnTf ErvtaHv BQw OB JBftBnU
Give .Mm -a. oaH
aaasave
m
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MEETINGS.
mHE
JL st
JUanufa
"ANNUAL -MEETING Off Tl
MeclcholderS of the Pennsvlvaala, Sattl
anufactnriBC Co. will be held at their ofice.1
No lis Chestnut St.. PhlladelBhte. , oaH
WEDNESDAY, October 28,1368, at 12o'elelcf
noon. lor the election oi seven airectorsxerwoi
ensuing year, ana sacn outer Dustsessaai
be brought before tikem. H
AUSTIN M. PURVES. Seeretarr 1
se22!-TT8 . -i
PROPOSALS.
mn null .nnna-nifRtnii: (IF TTfETJOMT,
JL HOUSE Engineer, Fifth and Stxta mik
tncts. Baltimore. Md.. October 12. 1888. Pro
posals will be received at this oSee bbMI 13
o'ciocs: noon oi euiua.1, tne mu oaj ot ii
vember. 1S8S. f or f urnishf ne the materials ad
labor of all kinds necessary for the ereeWes.
and delivery of the Newport News Lights
House. Hampton Roads, Virginia. Pleas,,
specifications, forms of proposal and other ta-f
lormauon may do ODtaineu on ppucaraB v,
this office. The right Is reserved to rejeet tag
or all bids, and to waive any defects. J. C i
MALLERY, Captain of Enitaeers. U. B
Army, Light-House Engineer, Filth and Sfectt
JJISfcWVbB. VX..M-W- iW , J
mn rRnw ir A'vrnrirrrrrRSiRS nSTrsrnr-
JL of the Light-House Engineer, Fifta a4
Hixtn districts, Baltimore, a a, uctooer sz, tarn.
Proposals will be received at thisr oSee aMM
12 o'clock noon of FRIDAY, the loth day of?
November. 1SS, for furnishing the masoriale i
ana labor or all Unas necessary tor tne oesa- n
pletlon and delivery of the metal work ot s.
Newport News Light House, Hampton Boa, ;J
Virginia. Plans, specincations, lorms oi pre-
posal. and other information maybe obtaaseA
on application to this office. Tbe rhcht I -re-
served to reject any or all bids, asd to wra'
any defects. J. CMALLERY. CaDtaa of J
gineers, U. S. Army. Light-House Esglseeri
Fifth and Sixth districts. od5-37-TT8 '
Otficte of Borough Clerk, f
1fnVvvDftm Va nntuv-HI lfiifi I "
--rrvrwB? rr tTi'tiiTX rrrm?c HK&r.snt
11 cronosals will be received at the oSeec
the Borough Clerk until WEDNESDAY, OCTJ
so, issw, at 4 ociocic i X., iot ins leuoi
sewers, viz,:
One on Jerome street: from a point :
street car barn west to new brick sewer, of;
aiameteroi 10 menes ana approximate i
600 ft.
Oneof 18 in, diameter, from north. Vaate
Power's line to center of Thirteenth are
length 200 ft; thence along Thirteenth anCt
tne r ougn. river, or a aiameteroi i :
lencth400ft.
Plans and specifications of the above
can be seen and blanks for bidding and ait h
formation can be bad at tbe Engineer's
on and after October 25. x-a
istcn proposal must ce aeeorapaniea i
bond in amount to eanal that of the ooe
and be probated before a Notary: and saM l
posais must be banded in on or befetel
above specified time. Unless said recta
are strictly earned out the Did will net be
siaerea. ,
Tbe Council reserves tbe right to rejeet a
or all nronosals.
oc22-93-XTur GEORGE BOSSART, Clerk. J
-rROP08ALS rOR MATEEIAL fLM-t
JL QUIRED for nse in the coBstmetfes. aU
the navy laru, .Brooklyn. N. x.. oc. w
machinery for two cruisers of aboat 3.888
displacement each. Navy DepartmeBt. Wa
ington. D. C Octobers. 1S. Under aatbei
.jhia..uI V.W ,Y.a , nt f" , . iihi, null Tl I,, I, fc '
propriations for tbe naval serviee, assrereel?
September 7, 1888 (Statutes at Large, voLsML'g
page 472). sealed proposals are hereby tavHei.
and will be received at this department nai Hi.
o'clock noon, on WEDNESDAY, the 8M 0r)
of November, 1889, for furnishing and dever-i
lng the following classes and quantities of mt-
terial at said navy vard. for nse in tbe eea-f .
straction of said cruisers: Class 38. Fuel fmrp
foundry. Anthracite coal and ovea or kAa,,'!
coe, suooi -iwi hub o& euco. ujaes m 'lai'i
tern maker's lumber. About 37.880 feeci.,'
sbaftlng. Crank, thrust and propeller skaM.- .
rriA fKB. Corrugated steel fnraaeaa. Fins.-'
six in alL Class 38 C Condenser tabe sttaMs if
and nackinz. Eizbt tube sheets, aeoat SSwWr
glands', and about 35,000 cotton-tape pn tikis ..
Class 39 A. Antl-frtction metal. Five vtM t
sana ponnas. mass jo o.rif; us. ire
sand pounds, uass 3H u (Meet aasmm
Ahnn, inn tnnm Ctoa S9. "Plcp i-A .
1,..t-ari tun, rtooa AS A fttmAl nlntna 'fc-1
boiler Bbells. About 30Q tons, trimmed. .
shape. Class U B. Firebox steel and AMtgetl.
plates. About 125 tons, trimmed t o skaae tmsY, ,
flanged. Class U C Steel rods, leases aatti
forcings for boiler braoine. Abeat 38 .
Class 41 D. Steel engine forriBes. Abeat JR
tons, comprising connecting and states' mJ .,
valve-gear, etc Class 68 jA. Boilec tmi
About 8,860 lap-weiaea or seas
steel tubes. Class as jj. vsaaeaser
tunes. aoouk io,wf seamiese-uraws
tubes. Class 66 Steel rivets. Aboat 38
of nneo-heartil or ClaoivGrifith boflir A
Tbe tons of tbe material hereto oatteeVJbei
be of 2J3tt?Dounds earn. All of saM
to be of such detailed dimensiosw, '
and shapes as may be required, ana to I
ered at such place or places in saM nayv j
may be designated by toe commanaae
Tbe material to be delivered
ssSS0
HmsVi
cordance with tbe requirements ot
ule. All material to be of domestic
ture, and to be accepted only after
such tests as may be prescribed thev
the Secretary ot the Navy. Proposals
be made in accordance wisa loraM
be furnished on application to
of Steam Engineering, and any
more of the classes desienated
embraced In the same proposal, but no
a portion of a class will be considered.
proposal must oe aceompaniea ny s
evidence that tbe bidder is able tol
deliver tba material for which he bide; a
a certified cbecK, payable to tee oraei
Secretary of the Navy, for an amosate
nve per cent oi tne ma. ias cnees
from the successful bidder will be i
him on bis entering into a formal
tbe due performance ot the work and
bond for the same, with satisiaetary i
a nenal sura ennal to twentv.flve ner c
amount of bis Md: but in case he shaH
enter Into such contract and to give ssek 1
within twenty days alter notice or tee
ance oi nts nroDosai. tne cnecjr. ae
sacb proposal shall become the pre
the united states, au cnecss see
nronosals which are not accepted
turned Immediately after the award steH 1
been made. A schedule of the material :
quired and all other information essential m'J
bidders will be furnished on applicative M Mm
ment. Proposals mast be mad is teBAoaAit
for material for machinery of cruisers
and 8." and addressed to the Seeretarr c
Navy, Navy Department; Washington, 1X3 i
The secretary oi tne navy reserves iae n
torejecf anyorall bids, or the bMs oa
Class or classes as, in aa jBogBserat, vae :
estsoi tne uovernmeni may require. t,
& r. TRACY, Secretary of tkeNavjT'
ocS-69-Tu ''
RESORTS,
THOMASVILLE, GA..-3
Piney Woods Hotel.
Season onens December 4. H88.
M. A. BO WJSR, ProprteteikVi
For circulars, rates, etc.. address . '."J.
WM. E. DAVIES, Manager, ThemasvHie,
or F. A. BUDLONG. WiadeorHotel, N.Y.
oelMT-na
DrawLiauflli TElEptinnEj
$2,000 REWARD.
A. description or mention of Daniel Dmnr-1
ban?h'a talklnc machine or telephone lavea-V
tfnn waft nrinfctd In ftnran PMrVftB4ifc smh.4
papers at sometime between tta yean 188 sramt
1876. -!
searcn has been maae m we jmMieinfMMi
and the newspaper offices of that State forsssmv
newspapers-. The flies ot sselt -naseM are?
in many cases complete, both prior asd infcgs ?
qnentto saia years. Dunae men covens is;
precise period in question have either efca-t
peared or been mutilated. '
The undersigned will pay a reward ft K.WV,
to tbe person who will be the first tontaeeimlt'
tneir possession a genuine original copy ok
newsnaner contaf&lnff such decritlOB or 1
tlonot Daniel Drawbauzb's talking maeatas fVi
or to the one who first restores HiefUesasa- V
taining snea cony to tbe DWic library er itw '
paper omce irem wmen tee same was t
roe nnaerstgnea wui aiso pay ine am
$1,000 for the detection and coavfetiea M
person or persons causing said disaeaeafi
or'mut llation of said flits. , 'S&
All persons who have old flies of
nia newspapers are requestea to erases
same for such publication made oaring
years mentioned.
SEWARD. DACOSTAAOUTH
29 Nassau street. New York
DATED. MEW YOBJT, October, 1888.
SIXTH AVENUE DYB WORKS,
I. MAY SONS & CO'
STEAM DYERS AND SCOURBBK M
And general renovators of textile 1
dies' and gentlemen's soiled or faded
neatly cleaned or restored in color. C
of every description carefully attended M, -'.
M. MAY SONS & Co.
jell-TTS 58 SIXTH AVE.. PlttsWjg, 1
fi A. RALPH,
mmniNo nnNTRinroa
.Seve avenne, . -"
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