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MVISG LAKE CARS.
jfTIw .Present Famine Will be Believed
by ltavigation Closing.
?STIRRLNG CARELESS SHIPPERS.
The Pennsylvania Company Will Chaise 1
Per Day for Cars in Use.
TflE LAKE ERIE EOAD'S FINE SH0WI5G
' -n-Division Freight Agent James P. Orr, of
? Uhe Pennsylvania Company, yesterday sent
-"., out notices to agents and shippers to the
L effect that they would refuse to receive ship
'", ments destined to lake points after Kovem-
ber 6. The. lakes practically close for navi
gation on November 10, and railroad officials
in this city vrill heave a sigh of relief when
this occurs. Hundreds of the cars now
used in the lake trade, carrying ore, coal,
etc, will be thrown into other lines. This
will, in a measure, appease the enormous
appetite of heavy shippers for cars, and in
connection with the fact that the railroad
companies will charge demurrage on loaded
cars will break up the equipment famine.
The Pennsylvania Company has also sent
out notices to shippers and others that be
ginning November 1 they will charge 1 per
day on all loaded cars alter they have been
standing at ihe disposal of the consignee 48
WII.Ii IXCEEASE THE BATE.
This company is taking the initiative in
the tnatter,.and will probably be followed
by the other lines. An official of the com
pany stated yesterday that if this did not
have the effect of getting cars unloaded
promptly they would increase the de
murrage to S3 per day. Some years ago
when the company was not quite so hard
pushed for cars as they are now they made a
rule charging 5 per day, but it was not
strictly enforced. The company would
rather have the cars than the money, and
are determined to break up the practice of
shippers holding them.
In speaking of the matter yesterday to a
Dispatch reporter, Mr. Orr said: "The
whole cause ot this car shortage is not be
cause the railroad companies have not got
the equipment, or that business is so heavy.
There is a great quantity of freight moving,
bat not nearly as much as people imagine.
We get the cars in on theconsignee's siding,
and he takes his time about unloading them.
The demurrage charge of 51 per day will be
strictly enforced against everybody. "We
have tried everythine in our power to get
these people to unload their property, and if
they do not choose to do it, they will have
to pay for the privilege of detaining them.
DEMAND FOE LAKE CABS.
"There is a great scramble for lake cars
now, as the shippers have only ten days be
fore we stop receiving shipments. As an
-. indication of the shortage of cars, I may
state a cae where sewer pipe was loaded on
a gondola. The shipper could not get a full
' boxcar load on the gondola, but in his eager
ness to get a car he was willing to pay lor a
short carload. If we had the cars now. I
think our coke trade would increase 25 per
"When the lakes close there will be a con
sequent increase in freight rates. The dif
ference between the rail and lake rate is
about 25 cents per ton. General Freight
Agent F. A. Dean, of the Lake Erie road,
yesterday prepared a recapitulated report of
the coal shipments on his road for 3888.
During the year the company sent west 70.
396 cars. July was the heaviest month,
when 9,788 were sent but. In 1887 the total
number of cars was 61,963. This year it is
expected that the number will go above
TWO FEESH GUSHERS.
Tfaer Seem to Have Been Worked to Check
the Advance In Price.
The petroleum market weakened yester
day, apparently on a report that the Hart,
McCreery & Co. well, 12 miles from Warren
and a mile from Sheffield, was flowing 300
barrels an hour. While some people re
garded this as an indication that the bulge
was over and began realizing as fast as pos
sible, others held that the close though at a
decline was firm, and that the strength of
refined would sustain the upward direction.
The first argument that if the powers did
not want a slnmp the well would not have
been allowed to have any effect. At one
time bulls were reaching for the ?1 10 level.
A 15-barrel-an-hour gusher was reported
struck bact of -bvergreen on the Thompson
farm. The well is said to be owned by D.
P. Eeighard. During the day considerable
ellort was made to get news from the well,
but without effect. Mr. Edward Houston
said he did not know that Mr. Eeighard had
a well in the place. It was said to be mak
ing 15 barrels an hour. Brokers in the Pe
troleum Exchange did not give the report
much credence, but Mr. Samuel Patterson,
postmaster at Station B, said he had been at
"'the place and had seen the well perform, and
there wasn't any doubt that she was a good
one. He said the oil was running to waste
down the hillside. Mr I'eighard is in the
East. One report is that the derrick has
been boarded up and the well will be made a
mystery, bnt with oil flowing down the hill
there would not be much mjstery about it.
He Drank With a Stranger.
P. C. Sedon, ot Ligonier, came to town
yesterday, met a stranger, who asked him to
go for a drink, offered him his flask, walked
to an allev off Sixteenth street, and fell
asleep. He awoke. His money, 13, was
gone, and a check for $130. He could not
describe the stranger.
Tickling the Palate.
. t tliey are so pleasant to the palate that children
gs are apt to cat them when not absolutely ceces-
-' tiously. They will Injure no one, bat medicine
puuiuu uu. uc tAiieu uuicbb uccueu. .) Cents.
Dose, one fig. Mac!. Drue Co., N.l. TTS0
' Peect- F. Smith, the well-known job
and book printer, has again been appointed
official printer lor the Christmas Letter
Mission, and is now at work on the letters
,ior the coming holiday season. These let-
, ters have heretofore always been printed in
The Staff ol Ufr.
In the general scramble for the good things
of this life don't forget that Marvin's
Queen's Jubilee Bread is the best and most
wholesome that can be found. All grocers
keep it. TTSSu
These is no beer equal to Wainwright's
brew. Ko other manufacturers produce
inch a fine flavored, clear, wholesome bever
age. All dealers keep it. Families sup
plied direct if desired. Telephone C525.
30 and 35 cts. a yard to-dav for the creat-
'gfeest embroidery bargain; 15-inch flouncings,
jpemuroiuery anu nemstitcning, . incnes;
price, 30 and 35 cts. xsoggs & Buhl.
F"Hendbicks & Co.. 68 Federal street.
$jj Allegheny, is the best place in the two cities
, io nave jour pnowerapns laxen. xnng me
. V 'children. Good cabinets SI a dozen. Pic--'
. - tures warranted not to fade.
""r Club tickets yet to be returned to Elite Gal
.''' Jlerj, 616 Market street, before November 1.
" iLncky possessors please call.
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' SjCabhtet photos, $1 per doz. Lies' Pop.
iuiar Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st ttsu
Dolls Given Away
This week to all purchasers in our infants'
department .. -exeishmait a uo.
BiLujtSptTAS Great 'English gout and
L fheutnatic) remedy. Sure, prompt and effect-
Placlnc the Electric Wires Underground
Mr. Wichtmnn Keslsns His Seat Wlth
ont Reasons Glren.
Both branches of Pittsburg Councils were
in session yesterday afternoon.
In Select Council the contract of J.
Schinneller, for furnishing a new influent
pipe for the Bedford water works, to cost
?2,400, was approved. The contract of the
Gamewell Company, for furnishing a new
switchboard system for the central fire alarm
office, to cost 59,000, was approved, but not
until Superintendent Mead, of the Bureau
of Electricity, was called upon to explain
that the system now in use was totally inade
quate for the size of the city.
A resolution requesting the Chief of the
Department of Public 'Works to furnish an
estimate of the cost of constructing a con
duit or subway for electric wires on the
principal streets of the city west of Grant
street, caused Mr. Robertson to ask what
was the object of such a resolution. Mr.
Keating said he was not the author of the
natier. but presumed that the member who
had presented it had in mind the lineof
action adopted in Eastern cities, of the city
constructing such subways and then passing
the necessary legislation to compel all elec
tric companies to use them and pay for the
privilege, the object being the protection of
life and limbs of citizens and the improve
ment of the streets by the removal of the
unsightly poles and wires. The resolution
The ordinance for the widening of Cecil
alley, from Liberty street to Duquesne way,
was taken up, and Mr. Treusch presented a
remonstrance against it signed by A. Speer
& Son, owners of 270 feet fronting on the
alley. The remonstrance was formally re
ceived and filed, and then the ordinance
was finally passed, Messrs. Treusch and
Brophy voting against it.
Among ordinances passed were those for
paving Boquet street from Atwood to Sem
ple, and Copeland street, from Ellsworth to
The ordinance to pave Linden avenue
was laid over on the advice of the City At
torney. The joint resolution to rent the Fifth
avenue market house to the Eighteenth
Eegicient and Battery B was passed unani
mously. In Common Council Mr. W. A. Magee
was called to the chair in the absence of
President Halliday. On the call of the
wards the following was presented by Mr.
Kearns and referred: An ordinance provid
ing that all individuals, companies and cor
porations using, owning or controlling elec
triclight, telephone and telegraph wires, or
any wires used for electrical purposes shall,
within one year after April 1, 1890, place
said wires under ground; providing that be
fore such work is done, a plan for doing it
shall be submitted to the Chief of the De
partment of Public Works for approval.
and the Chief of that department shall have
the authority to amend the plan and make
such suggestions as to the proper laying of
the wires as in his judgment may seem best
for the interest of the city.
The ordinance also provides that any
company refusing to comply with the pro
visions shall forfeit and pay to the City
Treasnrer 510 for each day beyond the time
fixed to place the wires underground, and it
is made the duty of the City Attorney to
bring suit to compel the payment.
The Chair read a communication from J.
S. Wightman, member from the Twenty
second ward, in which he tendered the resig
nation of his seat No reason was assigned
in the communication and no one seemed to
know Mr. Wightman's motive. Mr. Mac
Goniele moved to postpone action. Mr.
Bigham said he had no direct knowledge,
but he understood that Mr. Wightman's
business prevented his holding the position
longer. Mr. MacGonigle said he asked for
postponement because no reason was given.
To be sure, Mr. Wightman may mean to
apply for license next spring and wants to
fix things with Jndge White, bnt Councils
ought to know this. The resignation was
postponed, and Council adjourned.
CHARGING THE SCHEDULES.
The Western Limited Express Hit be Knn
One Hour Later.
All the superintendents of the South
western and Panhandle system of the Penn
sylvania Company are holding a meeting in
the office of General Manager McCrea for
the purpose of arranging the winter
schedules. The new time table goes into
effect next month, and but few changes will
be made. It is the intention to rnn Ho. 5,
or the limited express, one hour later. The
Pennsylvania Eailroad officials want the
limited to leave Hew York City one hour
later. If the change is made it will arrive
in the city at 930 P. m.
Another change to be made is the placing
of dining cars on the through day trains.
The cars will be run under the management
of the Pennsylvania dining service, and are
now being built in the Pennsylvania Hail
road shops at Altoona.
Brainless and Unscrupulous Imitators
The regularity with which Kaufmanns'
advertisements are copied by their hosts of
imitators is a fact well known to every
newspaper reader. Kaufmann Bros.,- re
membering the old saying, "Imitation is
the sincerest form of flattery," have, up to
this time, failed to object to" these flagrant
plagiarisms, but were rather inclined to
look upon them as compliments to their
originality and enterprise. 2Tow, however,
when the boldest'pirates of them all (a
house, by the way, that always claims to be
the "most-honestest" on God's green earth)
come forward with the brazen claim: ''No
copied ways of letting people know oqr
goods and prices" (see last Sunday's Leader,
fifth page), and on the next day lollow it
up with an advertisement (see yesterday's
Post, eighth page) that is almost bodily
fctolen from Kauimanns' announcement in
the Pittsburg Dispatch of Oct 17, then it is
high time that Kaufmanns' should put their
foot down on these particular "original"
plagiarists, at least Our advice to these
advertising copyists is not to let this matter
occur again, lest Kaufmanns' might be
tempted to give them such a shaking up as
would scatter them to the four winds.
In this connection attention is called to
the questionable methods oiten employed by
certain houses to create the impression that
they undersell Kaulmanns'. The advertiser
is given carte blanche by his house to "write
up" anything that may strike his fanciful
mind, be it fact or fiction, just so that the
prices are lower than advertised by others.
Forthwith the "shrewd" advertiser sits
down, clips Kaufmanns' "ad" from the
paper, substitutes lower prices, changes the
name and locality, and the next morning
the populace awakens to find Kaufmanns'
"undersold." How far different is the law
that governs tha construction ot advertise
ments at Kaufmanns'. Here no misstate
ment or ambiguity, however slight, is al
lowed to creep into an advertisement No
claim is made, unless it can be substan
tiated; no price mentioned, unless it is ac
tually named in the store. To guard
against any mistakes the advertiser person
ally examines goods and prices before put
ting tbem in printers' ink.
In the tace of this can there still be any
person so credulous and gullible as to believe
as genuine any published prices lower than
those advertised by Kaulmanns'? We have
too much confidence in the intelligence of
the average newspaper reader to think so.
One thine is certain: Any article Kauf
manns' advertise can alwavs be found on
their counters, and for this reason alone
they will continue to enjoy the confidence
and trade ol all truth-loving people.
Wiktee term of Pittsburg Female Col
lege and Conservatory of Music begins No
vember 18. Attention is called to the su
perior advantages of this central city college
for young ladies. Well equipped with a
large corps of excellent teachers in all de
partments. Location, Eighth street, near
Penn avenue. Bates very moderate. 'Call
or send for information to President A. H.
Aorcross, u. u,, ituhurg,i'a. tu
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RIBR RISING FAST.
Coal Operators Confident That the
JFall Freshet Has 'Arrived.
GETTING EEADY TO MOVE BAEGESi
The Immense Amount of Coal to he Shipped
From this Harbor.
PACKET MEN PfiEPAEED TO 0PEEATE
Great activity existed yesterday along the
river among coal operators, steamboat men,
pilots, roustabouts and deckhands. The
water was coming down from the upper
sources of the Monongahela and Youghi
ogheny, and in the harbor was rising rap
idly. Owners of millions of bushels of coal
looked out upon the muddy waters with the
same expression that lighted the laces of the
slonchy looking colored men who congre
gated in groups upon the sidewalk, and,
with broad smiles on their faces, eyed the
rising waters. The reports from the Upper
Monoogshela and Youghiogheny indicated,
without doubt, a rise during the night At
Brownsville there was a channel depth of 7
feet 9 inches and the river still rising at 3
o'clock in the afternoon. The rains in the
mountains and ridges of Southern Pennsyl
vania bad been very heavy. At the same
time the reports from the upper Allegheny
showed that there had been very light rains
along the northern line. The Allegheny is
BARGES MOVE TO-DAY.
Coal operators were getting ready yester
day afternoon to move their barges to-day.
At 4 o'clock the harbor marks showed 4
feet of water, and the Ohio below Davis
Island S4 feet The greatest confidence is
felt by river operators that the fall rise has
come permanently. From 6 to 7 feet of
water is expected to-day, and coal barges, if
that anticipation be met, will move. The
condition of Davis Island dam will not in
terfere with navigation. The dam is down.
It is a peculiar structure, and when down
folds over like a cellar door. Boats will
pass over it without impediment. There
are about 11,000,000 bushels of coal loaded
in barges in the Monongahela river at and
near Pittsburg ready for shipment down the
river. Coal men are pleased that the rise
has come so early. It is rare before Novem
ber. At the came time the cramped con
dition of the railroads has prevented a glut
of the coal market in the Southwest and
West, and good prices are expected.
The condition of the Beaver bridge gives
the coal men some anxiety. It is the most
serious obstruction down the river. The
artificial work on the Wheeling bridge has
not yet begun, and it is the belief of many
ot tne operators here that President Jtt. H.
Cochran, of the bridge company, will de
lay the work until most of the barge fiats
PACKET MEN ASTIB.
The packet men are also preparing for the
fall activity. The Brownsville boats came
to the wnarf yesterday. The Cincinnati
packet line expects to begin operations on
Friday, when the repaired steamboat Scotia
will leave here. Alter Sunday, if the river
keeps up, the vessels of that line will leave
daily for down the river points. A new ves
sel is being built for that line, but will not
be ready for service until sprinsr. It is
building at Marietta, and will be one of the
finest, soundest and best furnished steam
boats on the Ohio. Captain James A. Hen
derson, the Pittsburg representative of the
line, is sanguine of continuous water. He
left last night for Cincinnati to look after
the interests of the company at that point
The new vessel is building by Knox& Co.
Too Late to Mend.
There is a point beyond which medication
cannot go. Before it is too late to mend, per
sons of a rheumatic tendency, inherited or
acquired, should use that benignant defense
against the farther progress of the super
tenacious malady rheumatism. The name of
this proven rescuer is Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters, which, it should also be recollected,
cures dyspepsia, liver complaint, fever and
ague, debility and nervousness.
For any article securing a high place in
public esteem must be that that article pos
sesses merit Solelv upon real merit Frauen
heim & Vilsack'a Pittsburg beer has taken
the lead in this market. No bad effects fol
low its use. Then, too,;it deserves recogni
tion because it is a product 'of home in
dustry. B. & B.
This morning see thegreat bargain in em
broideries, just purchased, viz., 15-inch
flouncings, hemstitched and embroidery 7
inches deep thereon, 30 and 35 cts. a yard;
can't be matched less than 50 cts.
Boqgs & Buhl.
HEAL ESTATE SAVINGS BANK, LIDL,
401 Smtthfleld Street, cor. Fourth Avenue.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus, 545,000.
Deposits of $1 and upward received and
interest allowed at 4 per cent tts
Dolls Given Away
This week to all purchasers in our infants'
department Fleishman & Co.
Mant aches and pains yield (promptly to
Paekeb's Gikgek Tosip. Try it
Pakkek's Haie Balsam, will save your
ESTATE OF SAMUEL MOOKE. Deceased.
ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE NOTICE
is hereby given that letters testamentary
on the estate of Samuel Moore, deceased, late
of Chartiers township, have been granted to
the undersigned, to whom all person i indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment, and those having claims or demtnds
against the same will make them known with
out delay. WM. M. CRAMP, MARY E.
MOORE, Executors. oc29-42-Tn
ESTATE OF LET1TIA W. GAZZAM, De
is hereby given that letters of administra
tion on the estate of Letitia W. Gazzam, de
ceased, late of the city of Allegheny, have been
granted to the undersigned, to whom all per
sons indebted to said estate are requested to
make Immediate payment and those having
claims or tiemands asamst the same will make
them known without delay. FIDELITY
TITLE fc TRUST CO., Administrator. DAVID
Q.E WING. Attorney. oc2)-11-tu
ESTATE OF FRANK L. ROWLAND, De
ceased. ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE NOTICE
is hereby given that letters of administra
tion on the estate of Frank L. Rowland, de
ceased, late of Mystic River Conn., have
been granted to the undersigned, to whom all
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment, and those having
claims or demands against the same will make
tbem known without delay. FIDELITY
TITLE & TRUST CO, Administrator. DAVID
Q, EWING, Attorney. oc2M0Tu
-VrOTICE I8 HEREBY GrVENTBAT AN
1M application will be made to the Governor
of Pennsylvania on WEDNESDAY, Novem
ber 20, 18S9, by George Westinghouse. Jr.,
Charles A. Ashburner. John Caldwell, H. H.
Westinghouse and Walter D. Uptegraff, under
the general corporation act of 1874 and its
supplements, for the charter of a corporation
to oe called Duquesne Mining and Reduction
Company, the purpose of which is to mine and
reduce gold, sliver, copper and other ores, and
for these pnmoses to have, possess and enjoy
all the rights benefits and privileges of said
act of Assembly and its supplements.
DALZELL, SCOTT & GORDON,
Piney Woods Hotel.
Season opens December 4, 1SS9.
M. A BOWER, Proprietor.
For circulars, rates, etc, address
WM. E. DA VIES, Manager, Thomasville, Ga.,
or F. A. BUDLONG, WindsorHoteL N.Y.City.
TARROWS A OSBOURNE
X job printers; ,
l .wxuamona street
'Telephone No. 812.
HSFTSBTJRGr - DISPATCH,'
JS-DUplay advertUementi one dollar per
tquart for one imertton. 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 or less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For fSale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
Advertisements are to be prepaid except whero
advertisers already have accounts with Till U1S
THOMA8 McCAfFKEY, S5u9 Bntler street.
E.MIL a. STUCKET, 24th street nd Penn ave.
E. G. STOCliEY A CO., Write aye. and Fulton st
H. bTOlfELY. KUlh Avenue Market House.
J. TV. WALLACE, S121Penn aTenue.
JACOB 8POHN. No. I Carton street.
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Canon street
A. J. KAEItCHEK, S9 Federal street.
H. J. JICliKIUE. Market House, Allegheny.
FEED H. EGGEltS. 172 Ohio street. '
F. H. EGGEKS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut stl.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENKV, Western and Inrln ayes.
a. Tt. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
1'EltltYM. GLEIM. Kebecca and Allegheny ayes.
, M1LI.VALE BOKOUUH.
W. TV FLOCK.EE, Stationer. Jo. 4 Grant ave.
-VTTANTED-A GOOD BAKBEK-APFLY A.
VV K.OHLEK.M Fourth aye. ocS-84
GOOD SHOEMAKER AT 114
VV COLLMS AVE., East End
ANTED A GOOD COATMAKER' STEADY
work to the right man. 637 Baiixii'iti.u
TTT" ANTED A TIN KOOFEK.
HENKY L. BAETZ'S. 99 Chestnut st, Alle
WANTED-A GOOD. FIRST-CLASS BAR
BER. Apply at once at NO.902 MAIN
Sr., Sharpsburjc, Fa. 0C29-44
ANTED-FLUMBER TO -WORK. AT LEE-
TON1A. O. Inaalre of CHAN ULEY BROS.
& CO., Beaver Falls, Fa.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED COLORED
barber of temperate habits: most be well
B. WRIGHT, Irwin.
TIT ANTED MIDDLE AGED MAN FOR
iV general office clerfc: a good penman, with
recommendations. Address R. A., Dispatch
ofllce. " oc29-i8
WANTED TWO COMMERCIAL TRAVEL
ERS for a wholesale (rrocery house in an ad
joining State Address WHOLESALE GROCER,
Box 1018, l'lttsbnrpi Pa. ocS-M
TTTANTED SOLICITORS FOB LIVE
yy weetly paper; good salaries to nrsi-ciass
men; none otber need apply,
parson ana jj oaneemn.
-TTTANTED BOILER MAKER, WHO IS
VV thoroughly competent to lay out all kinds
of boiler and gas work. Address, witli reference,
Z., P. O. Box 672, New York. oc29-6t
WANTED-YO0NG MAN AS SALEbMAN
one who has had experience In a shoe store
preferred Address giving references and expe
rience had, II. A. C, Dispatch office. oc29-33
WANTED BOOKKEEPER AN EXPERI
ENCED bookkeeper out of employment
may hear of something to his advantage by .ad
dressing ACCOUNTANT. Dispatch office.
WANTED-GENTLEMEN WHO DESIRE A
wife or a lively correspondent to send their
address and stsinp to THE AMERICAN CORRE
SPONDING CLUB, Box 643, Clarksburg, W, Va.
WANTFD-FIFT LABORERS TO WORK
on East Palestine. O.. water works; wages
1 60 per day. pay every two weeks: work all
winter. Apply on works, M. PHILBIN, Con
WANTED-A FEW GOOD MEN TO HANDLE
a good-selling article; a capital of at least
S5 necessary to start with. Apply, between 12 M.
and 1 p. M , McMAHON BROS. & ADAMS. 23
and 25 Fifth avenue. 0C29-8S
-rrrANTED AGENTS TO COME AND LOOK
V V over our sew line of albums for the holiday
iraue: mere is a oig mi nere lor a lot oi lire
agents. Apply to P. J. FLEMING & CO., 77 Dia
mond st., x itisourg, jra.
WAN TED-TWO YOUNG ENERGETICMEN
for stedy positions; fair salary to those who
can give good references. Apply bet, 9 and 10 A.
M. to JOHN McKEOWN. No. 635 Smlthncld St.,
second floor front, city. oc29-45
WAMED-EEL1ABLE LOCAL ANU TRAV
ELING salesmen; positions permanent;
special Inducements now; fast-selling specialties;
don't delay; salary from start. BROWN BROS..
Nurserymen, Rochester. N.Y. SC17-70-TTS
WAN1KD-GARDENEU, MIDDLE AGED
man. married, without children: the right
party will find a good home and satisfactory
wages; must have best of reference. Address
W., P. O. Box 316. Pittsburg. Pa. oc29-76 v
WANTED-A MAN TO TAKE CHARGE OF
and manage business outside of Pittsburg;
must have SL 000 cash and clve secnrltr for collec
tions: salary 8I.200 pervear, payable 'monthly.
Call Tuesday at NO. 5 SIXTH AV
-VTJAN1ED-3 HONEST, ACTIVE MEN TO
VV sell household goods In Pittsburg and Al
legheny: we have all kinds of goods that people
buy fast because they need them. Call and get
terms E. GATELY & CO., 25 Federal street,
-rTTANTED-BAD -WRITERS, AT bMAKT'S
W PRACTICAL BUSINESS AND SHORT
HAND COLLEGE. 4 Sixth St.; open 9 A. H. to 9 P.
M.: we otter greater Inducements at lower terms
than any college in the city; private instruction
for both sexes. oc24-rrssu
WANTED-LABORERb WANTED IN NEW
Orleans S00 able-bodied men tea sbtp as
crew; wages S60per month and board; to reliable
men stendyemployment will be given. Apply to
M. N. OOD. Coast and Lalausche Line, No. 2
Canal St., New Orleans, La. ocl(W2
WANTED-MALE HELP-) SALARY, W0
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,
HAFER 4 CO., Plqua, Ohio. oc8-6S-TTESa
WANTED AGENTS TOSELL TEA. BAKING
-powder and pure spices: gifts with goods;
coke workers, miners or mlllmm can makemoney
in their spare time; special inducements to per
sons having established trade. YAMASHIRO
TEA CO., S3 Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa.
WANTED-SALESMEN AT 75 PER MONTH
salary 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
Sartlculars and sample case of goods free. SPAN
IARD bILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass.
-VYJANTED-AGENTS TO SELL OUR NEW
V books: Bunyan's Pilgrim Progress, the
Parnell Movement, the History of the U. S.
by America's historian, Losslug; Hlstorv of the
becret Service in the Civil War by the late Head
of the Secret Service Bureau; lots of new books;
holiday books on sale: liberal terms. Apply P.
J. FLEMING & CO., 77 Diamond St., Pittsburg,
Pa. ' QC27-49
"T7"ANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
W WORK. Apply 543 GRANT STREET.
WANTED-A SMART BUSINESS WOMAN
capable of waiting onfirst-class trade: ex
perience not essential. Apply, Tuesday or
Wednesday after 9 a.m., to MANAGER, Room si
and 2, 42 Sixth st. oc23-43
WANTED-A WELL EDUCATED AND RE
FINED middle-nged lady at CHRISTY'S
ACADEMY OF DAN C1NG ANlDEPOEfMENl,
1010 and 1012 Penn ave.: good salary and perma
nent position to the proper party. OC29-S7
ftlnle nnd Female Help.
WANTED-A BUTLER, YARD MAN, MAN
and wife for farm house; cook and chamber
maid for smalt family; 100 house girls; dishwasher
ana paniry gin; ou coukb; m cnamocrmaias;
MEEHAN'S, 545 Grant St.
WANTED-SITUATION AS HOR8ESHOEE
and general blacksmith. Address BLACK
SMITH, Dispatch office. OC29-72
TTTANTED-SITUATION AS BILL CLERK BY
,VV man who can furnish good reference. Ad
dress N. Y. D Dispatch office. OC29-4S
WANTED -BY AN ENGLISH LADY (18)
well educated, situation in store or office;
art preferred: or as daily governess to young chil
dren. MISS BIRD, Braddock. OC29-81
WANTED-BY A MACHINIST AND BLACK
SMITH, a position to take charge or and
look after machinery; accustomed to handling of
men In the Iron business. A. B. M., Dispatch
Boarders and Lodccrs.
WANTED-GENTLEMEN ROOMERS FOE
comrirtablv furnished rooms, with board;
natural and illuminating gas: centrally located;
terms moderate. Apply at No. 160 ROBINSON
ST., Allegheny. oc2S-70
Rlnchlnerr and Metals.
WANTED-A GOOD SECOND-HAND TOW
BOAT with about seven teen-Inch cylinders'
and six-feet stroke. Address, with full descrip
tion and price asked, LOCK BOX NO. 131, QuiDcy,
WANTED-TO A.OAN 1200,000
UAt.ES: HOO andTiDward a
(500,060 at 4W per cent on residences or business
rnnprtv .alii fn -nrilnlntnty .nnntlM n . W
'BEN CH. 120 Fourth avenue. '"-",. ocil-4-n ,'
WANIED-MOBTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over $4,000; 4K per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER & CO.j KFourtb avenue.
WANTED-MORTGAGES fL 000, 000 TOLOAN
in large and small amounts at 414, 5 and ft
per cent, free of State tax; no delay. KEED B.
CO YLE & CO., 131 Fourth aye. my21-60
MORfGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
in sums to suit at W, 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave.
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY ON MORT
GAGES on improved real estate in sums of
(boo and upward at 4a, 5 and 6 per cent. L. O.
FRAZ1EH, Forty-fifth and Butler sts.
"TT ANTED-TO LOAN 1900,000. IN AMOUNTS
V V of S3, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4i per cent, free or tax; also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent, BLACK & BAIBD,
95 Fourth avenue.
"TTT-ANTED MORTGAGES fL 000, 000TO LOAN
VV on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
opcr cent, ana on larms in Aiiegueo uu .r'jJ
cent counties at 6 per cent.
1. M. PENNOCK A
aur, iuo I ourtn avenue.
WANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
dozen (13) of Stewart 4 Co. 's fine cabinet
photos for (0, at 80 and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
WAN1ED-TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BERS to seenrea fine gold watch Tor each
one In the club at SI 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX SOL and 1 will calf and snow yon the watch.
TTTANTED-THK PEOPLE TO KNOW THAT
V YEAGER & CO..70 Federal st , Aliegneny,
will make cabinets of anybody during this month
ior 4!cper aoz.; oring ine inuevnw; uuu-i, uusa.
m o. 70 eaerai st. xm
These cabinets will not fade.
-IT-ANTED-LAD1ES' SOLID GOLD FILLED
VV case Elgin watches, fl5 50; gents' slies,
f 18 50: same as are sold by watch clubs at f38:
written guarantee given: mail orders promptly
attended to. B. E. AEONS, Jeweler, 65 Fifth
-T7-ANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
YV TOGRAPHER, 96 11th avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at $1 60 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised; instan
taneous Drocess. mh 13-63
FOR bALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-A VERY PROFITABLE INVEST
MENT, on Marlon, one-half square from
Fifth avenue, near Court Houserprlce only f3, 700.
W. A. HERKON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-MARION ST.-A GREAT BAR
GAIN: only HZOO: brick house of 6 rooms,
hall, marble mantels, both gases, e'c. r lot 24x104;
on easy terms. J. BJ COOPER CO 107 Fourth
T710R SALE-f2, 100 DESIRABLY LOCATED,
jl? near incline, Mt. Washington, new, cozy
frame honse of 5 rooms, cellar, city water, etc.:
good lot; easy terms. J. R. COOPER & CO., 107
Fourth ave. oc27-126-TTSu
FOR SALE-COLWELL ST.. NEAR DIN
W1DDIE, a very desirable 2-story brick
dwelling; 6 rooms and finished attic; price fz, 700,
terms easy; lot 20x100 to alley. J.C. REIILY, 77
Diamond St. OC27-125
FOR SALE-NICE PRESS BRICK FRONT: 4
large rooms and hall; lot 22x96 feet; half
square from Central Traction line; Smlnutesrlde
from heart of city; good street; a bargain at f 2.500;
terras to suit you. CHARLES SOMERS & CO.,
313 Wood street. oc-7J
FOR SALE WORTH YOUR ATTENTION
between Forty-ninth and Fiftieth streets.
nearButler; lot iurlOO; house 6 rooms and attle
front; house 4 rooms and attic in rear: prime con
dition; attractive to desirable tenants; good rent
als: price S3, 600. CHARLES SOMERS & CO., 313
Wood street. OC29-73
East End Residences.
-EWE SALE-OAKLAND AVE.-NEW9-ROOM
brick house: hall,
ooth gases, bath. Inside
w. c. hotfand cold water.
au "conveniences; 101
57x120. J. S. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave.
lOB SALE-COZY 6-ROOMED FRAME HOUSE
and large lot on Hastings St., near Kiun
aye. : handy to railroad and cable: price 82,700, on
payments. MELLON BROTHERS, 6349 Station
St , E. E. OC27-146-TTSU
FOR 3ALE-f3,000-MELL-ON ST.. EAST END,
new frame house, 6 rooms, attic, ball, both
gases, water, etc.; lot 30x100; a bargain, as it
must be sold at once. J. B. COOPER & CO., 107
Fourth avenue. oc26-63-Tn8sd
FOR SALE-MEYKAN' AVE.. ELEGANT
two-story brick. 7 rooms and finished attic;
all modern conveniences; lot 34X101; will ex
change for Shadyslde property. J. R. COOPER
& CO., 107 Fourth ave. OC26-63-TUBSU ,
FOR SALE BOQUET STREET, OAKLAND,
on line of new electric road; new press brick
dwelling. 6 rooms, finished attic double parlors,
hall, bath, range, w. c, tile hearths, well finished
Urge porches, etc. ; lot 24x175. J. R. COOPER &
CO., 307 Fourth ave. oc26-63rnSSu
TJIOB SALE-ONE SQUARE FROM NEGLEY
X! ave., a 7-roomed frame house, with porches,
bay window, and grained tbroughodt; exterior
newly painted: this house, together with large
lot, we offer at 84,500, on easy payments. MELLON
BROTHERS, 6349 Station St., E. E. oc27-146-TTSn
FOR SALE fiTOO-GROSS STREET, NEAR
Liberty ave., new frame dwelling, 5 rooms,
finished attic, hall, vestibule, front and rear
porches. Inside abutters, side entrance, etc.: lot
21x100 convenient to station; terms easy. L. O.
FRAZIER, Forty-fltth and Butler sts. oc27-9-TUSu
FOR BALE-f2.80O-LIBERTY AVENUE AND
Thirty-ninth St., convenient to cable line,
new frame dwelling, 5 rooms, finished attic, ball,
vestibule. Inside shutters, nicely grained and
finished; lot 20x100 feet: easy payments. L. O.
FRAZIER, Forty-fifth and Rutler sts.
FOR SALE-AN ELEGANT LITTLE HOME,
unsurpassed location, Oakland avenne near
Bates street; six largo rooms, high ceilings,
attic, batb, laundry, vestibule reception
ball, every modern appliance, first-classconstrno
tlon and finish, for a moderate cost: this property
combines elegance, comfort and enduring worth;
lot 36x100: $6,600, payments to suit purchaser.
CHARLES SOMERS &CO 313 Wood St. OC29-73
FOR SALE-SECOND AVE., GLENWOOD,
B. o. B. P.., a tine brick dwelling of 8
rooms, finished attic, 3 acres of ground and only
5 minutes walk from station; this property Is
well adapted tor manufacturing purposes.
BLACK & BAIKD, 85 Fourth ave. 2D-308.
FOR SALE-S2.700-AN ATTRACTIVE AND
desirable property conveniently located close
to Hazelwood station and electric cars; lot 25x175
leet: perfect drainage: new honse, 6 large rooms,
wide hall water, gas. etc ; terms to suit pur
chaser. CHABLEd SOMERS & CO., 313 Wood st.
FORSALE-HAZEL WOOD MODERN OUEEN
Anne dwelling, 1 rooms, ball, vestibule,
fiorch, bath, inside w. c, stationary w. s range;
ot 30x120: onlj 1 minute from Second Ave. Elec
tric Railway, or 5 minutes from Hazelwood sta
tlon: price 83,650, (650 cash, balance J300 annually.
SAMUEL W . BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE WASHINGTON ST.. ALLE
GHENY, brick residence; 8 rooms, bathroom,
etc; house very complete: price, 86,000: easy
terms. W. W. MCNEILL & 11HO... 105 Fourth
FOR SALE-P.000, CONSIDERED CHEAP, A
deslraole Allegbenyres!dence, No. 201 Junl
atta st. : lot 24x129 ft, : a good brick bouse: 6 rooms
and attic; late improvements. See W. A. HER
RON SONS, 80 Fourth ayenue. oc22-61-TuP
FOR SALE-AT A GREAT REDUCTION
truly a bargain: only f8,000: a good brick
bouse; 9 rooms, in first-class order: late improve
ments; well located in Fourth ward, Allegheny.
Set W. A. HEER0N4S0NS, 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-AT BELLEVUE. ON ACCOUNT
of removal of owner; only 82,300; aneathouse
of 5 rooms; lot 40x176 feet: very conveniently and
desirably located. For full Information see W. A.
HERRON & bONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
OR bALB-BEAUTIFPLLY LOCATED AT
Ldcewood. flue large dwelling of 15 rooms.
with one acre of ground: fruit and ornamental
trees; everything in first-class order. For terms
Bee W. A HERRON & SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-EDGE WOOD, P. IS. R.. ON ELM
street, 3 minutes' from the station, a new
frame dwelling df 8 rooms and finished attic, bath
room, w. c, h. andc. water, state mantels, nat
ural gas, fine chandeliers, electric light, laundry,
etc.; lot 40H50: price 86,250, 82.500 cash, oil. to
suit; Immediate possession. BLACK & BAIKD,
95 Fourth ave. 4A-I97. OC27-72
FOR SALE-7 HOUSES WITH 1 ACRES OF
ground at Hnlton station, A.V. B. R.. almost
opposite the depot; all to be sold at public sale by
order of the Orphans' Court of Allegheny county,
on Thursday afternoon of this week. October 31, at
3 o'clock, on the premises; peremptory sale to
close an estate. Terms at sale or from JAS. W.
DRAPE & CO., Agents and Auctioneers. 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. OC29-54
FORSAIE-HROAD ST., SEWICKLEY-BAR-GAINS
Brick residence of 10 rooms, laun
dry, batb, hot and cold water, uat. and art. gas;
line lot -47x203 ft.: fruit, lawn, flagstone walks;
also adjoining lot 89)x220 ft., with frame dwelling
or 7 rooms, nat. eas and water: these are the moat
""conveniently located properties lngewlckley, In
an elegant neignDotoooa, near tne station, stores,
etc., and are without doubt the most desirable
places in the market for the prices, viz, fd. 000 and
H500 respectively; terms can be arranged to suit
purchaser. Further particulars can be had by
applying to A. W. ADAIR, Room 70S, Penn Build
ing, Penn ave. , OC29-&3
FOR SALE-AN EXCELLENT SUBURBAN
home for a city business man, a brick dwell
ing on Broad st. (80 ft. wide), Sewlckley, contain
ing ten rooms, hath, laundry, nat, and art. gas.
hot and cold water, lnsldb shutters, etc ; fine lance
lot 47x208 ft., fruit trees, lawn and flagstone walks;
also, adjoining above a beautiful level lot 894X!20
ft., fruit trees, asphaltum walks, etc., frame
house7rooms,nat gas and city water; these prop
erties are in- an elegantnelghborhood. onnoslte
(the Episcopal rectory, one "block from the station
auu near r. v., stores, rtc.,na&ingtnemosvcon
veniently situated places in Sewlckley; Immediate
possession can be given to the brick house; the
owner, a non-resident, will sell for a short time
for 80,000 and 84.600 respectively;- terms will be
made mutually satisfactory. For fuller Inforraa
ttnniAxll on nr ftrtrirsji A W.-AI1A1 UM'nmn -AM
; FQR SALE LOTS.
TJKR SALE-ELEGANT LARGE BUILDING
X' lots on ortn-nrtn street, cheap:
terms to suit.
WT W. MCN KILL BRO
105 Fourth aye.
FIR SALEA LEVEL LOT 25x100 FEET ON
Butler St., near cable line, for 1250 on easy
payments. MELLON BROTHERS, 6149 Station
St., East End. oe27-l46-TTSu
Eaat End Lota.
FOR SALE VERY LOW TO QUICK BUYER
Choice buildlnr lot on Forbes St., nearCralt.
SALTENbPERGER & WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth
FOR SALE-I HAVE FOR SALE AT LESS
than value, a splendid building site; no nicer
In the county; first-class neighborhood ; 2 minutes
from cable and 7 from Pennsylvania Railroad. M.
E. HARRISON, Draughtsman, 131 Fifth avenue,
city. P.O. box 725. oc20-50
FOR SALE-1F YOU WANT A SAFE INVEST
MENT in nroperty.and one thatjwill lncreaso
rapidly In value, buy one of those very desirable
lots in Villa Park plan. Bmsnton; our prices are
low And terms exceptionally easy. JNO. F. BAX
1 ER. Agent, 512 Smtthfleld U oc27-70-TTSStt
FOR SALE-HERRON HILL LOTS ON HEB
RON ave., Clarissa and Adelaide sts., 20x100
feet each: the place to buy a lot for a home or In
vestment: rapid enhancement in value certain:
prices very low and terms easyr call or send for
plan. L. O. FRAZIER, Forty-fifth and Butler
FOR SALE-RARE CHANCES FOR PROFIT
ABLE Investment; by buvlng a lot now in
Bautn Grove plan at present low prices you are
bound to make money; Baum. Grove plan will
have mote fine asphaltum streets and wide flag
stone sidewalks than any other plan In the mar
ket. MELLON BROS., East End. or JOHN F.
BAXTER. Agent, 512 Smlthfleld street.
FOR SALE ALMOST IN THE CENTER OF
Allegheny good building lots, easy of access,
for 8400, on easy terms. beeW. A. HERRON &
SONS. 80 Fourth avenue. OC15-79-TTS
FOE SALE-A BEAUTIFUL PIECE OF
ground level, no grading, unobstructed view,
healthful, valuable and enhancing near Cali
fornia avenue extension. Allegheny, 25xI50f only
600. CHARLES SOMERS St CO., 313 Wood st.
FOR BALE-NEAR NEW ELECTRIC ROAD
fine lot, 36x150 feet, on Center ave. near Jef
fpHnnst nn sMannt of ranld transit and im
provements made In neighborhood this lot is cheap
at the price asked. 850: (50 cash, balance in 3
ADAIR, Room 708, Penn Building,
FOB SALE CHOICE LOTS; 50x194, f400TO(6D0,
Belmont Place, Ingram. P., C. & St. L.-B, K. :
streets 50 ft. wide: sewered: houses to set back 40
ft., cost at least 82.000: terms 825 down, balance $10
per month. INGRAM LAND AND IMPROVE
MENT CO., GO Fourth ave. (second floor).
TJIOE B ALE-FARM-182 ACRES, GOOD FRAME
sj nonse, nanx Darn ana oiner oaiDuiiaings;
good soli, water and coal; near Saltsburg: fo0 per
acre. . ED W1TT1SH, 410 Grant st Pittsburg,
FOR SALE-OIL FARM-FARM OF 70 ACRES
ror sale neir the noted Dun oil well in Frank
lin township, Allegheny CO., Pa., some 15 miles
from the city. Inquire of SAMUEL POLLOCK.
70Ackley street or at 89, cor. Federal st-attd
btockton aye., Allegheny City. Pa, QC28-49
JTiOR BALE-A GOOD PAYING GENERAL
' store at a bargain; storeroom and dwelling,
or particulars address S. P. POORBAUGH,
Glencoe, Pa. oc8-3b
FOE SALE-S2,600-LEA8E OF A VALUABLE
manufacturing site, with iron building,
boiler. engine,ctc.;sitelncltyprqper. tflRAUB
& MORRIS, ICC Third aye , cor. of "Wood st.
FOR SALE ATA SACRIFICE THE ENTIRE
famishment, with lease or 8-room dwelling,
on Wylle ave., near Federal St.: good roomers
occupying same and paving more than rent of
entire bnfidlng. 1. C RElLLY. 77 Diamond st,
TTTIOR SALE-NEW FIRST-CLASS BTEAM
JD lanndry: line family .grocery store with
splendid location and business, will Invoice about
fS.000; smaller grocery stores, flOOto f5,000; milk
route: cigar and confectionery stores 8225 to B0;
drygoods and nation stores; feed store; 2 printing
offices: drug stores: shoe stores; bakeries and 100
other bnslness cbances: free particulars. SHEP
AED & CO., H Fifth ave. 6c25
FOR SALE-A RUSSIAN INVENTOR HAS
placed in oar hands tor sale a new process of
manufacturing gas from crude oik etc.; one-half
interest in United States patents ror sale, balance
being held by Russian party: this gas surpasses In
brilliancy and cheapness any gas heretofore man
nfaptnrea In the world nroeeaa In nse by Russian
Government duringpastsevenyears; official an
alysis Dy itussian .national soara 01 .uesun.
0KEEFE GAS APPLIANCE CO., W Fifth ave.
ITIOR SALE NOW ONE SECOND-HAND
JC tenoning machine, 2 surface planers and 1
abaper,and new and second-hand engines, boilers,
lard kettles, tar tanks. Sli'men valves, castings,
etc. VELTE & MCDONALD, Thirty-second st,
and Penn ave. 3V21-91-TT8
TTIOR SALE ON SPECIALLY EASY TEEMS.
X? a completely equipped malleable and gray
iron foundry, in full running order; property is
225x160 feet; brick building, with machine shop,
patterns, etc., and is situated within tnree blocks
or the switch track in the heart of St. Louis. For
full particulars apply to JOHN GRETHER, No.
304 N. Eighth St., St. Louis, Mo. ociS-39-TTS
FOR SALE OWNER CANNOT OPERATE
and will accept from purchaser much less
than the value for a complete, newly-equipped
brickworks; finely situated, excellent shipping
faculties: home demand for product largely in ex
cess of output; 16 feet of clay adapted to the man
ufacture of first-class press brick. CHAKLE3
SOMERS & CO., 313 Wood street. OC29-73
FOR SALE-THE VALUABLE MANUFAC
TURING site 302x301 feet, fronting on Alle
gheny Valley R.R., near Fifty-fourth streetand
McCandless station: fall, free and unobstructed
railroad front; to be sold at public sale on Tues
day afternoon, October 29, at 2 o'clock, on the
premises. Fuller particulars from JAMES W.
DRAPE & CO., Agents and Auctioneers, 129
Fourth avenne. Plttaonrg. oc24-14-p
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock. &c
-T7ORSALE-2 SIX-PASSENGER CARRIAGES,'
JD good as new; nsed only a short time. Inquire
otr.. LIGGETT, 1.S Sandusky st,, Allegheny.
FOB SALE SECOND-HAND BAROUCHE,
as good as new. Can be seen at C. WEST A
CO.'S, Carriage Makers, 423-Dnquesne way, Pitts
burg, Pa. oclO-28
Machinery and Metals.
IOB SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
and refitted: reoalrlngpromntlv attended to.
ORTEB FOUNDRY ANDMACR1NECU..LIM..
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulo-29
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles In stock, from 4 to
100 h. p. ;all refitted; good ss new, at lowest prices;
portable engines. 8 to 25 h. p. ; boilers all sizes
and styles. J.S.YOUNG.23Parkway,AUcgheny,
FOR SALE-MACHINERY, TOOLS AND
stock On the premises. Ho. 48 Water
street, will be sold at auction. November 12.
J8S9. at 10 a. 11., an excellent lot of lathes from IS
to 26 Inches, swing, from 8 to ls-foot bed: brass
lathes, drill cresses, nlancr. wood-working -ma
chinery, 8-lnch Saunders tapping machine, pipe
machine; lot machine and gas-fitung tools, ream
ers, taps, etc.; malleable and cast iron fittings;
gate and globe valves suitable for steam and
natural gas; bending table and furnace; flasks
and n&tterns of valve, flansres and flttlnsrsr also
large gray mare, harness and wagon. REUS,,
bHOOK A CO., 48 Water street, Pittsburg. Pa.
FOUND-HANDSOME. SOLID GOLD FILLED
case Elgin watches for ladles, S15 60; gents'
size, f 18 60; same as sold by watch clnbs for 88;
written guarantee given; mall orders promptly
attended to. B. E. AEONS, Jeweler, 65 Fifth ave.
OLD CITY HALL,
Friday Evening, Nov. 1.
Grand: Tesuimsnial Concert
THE CELEBRATED ORCHESTRA.
The Eminent Pianist. RAFAEL JOSEFPY.
Also the Famous Celloist, VICTOR HER
BERT. Reserved Seats, SI GO and SL Can now be
had at H. Klober Bro.'s Music Store. OC27-17
GHAUD OPERA HOUSE-TO-NIGHT.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
THE "WOMAN HATER.
Nov. i Sol Smith RusselL A Poor Relation.
TV. "W. Tfflotson's Merry Company in
"Week November 1 Evans & Hoey, In "A
Parlor Match." ocaS-U-KTrr
TTARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
l nnlTif -LffaMnpa TTti1ft TTitrreflfi- oiV
Saturday. J I
QILLETT'S WORLD ON -WHEELS AND
VAUDEVILLE CO. oc37-4
ARRIS' THEATER-EVERT AFTER
NOON and evening.
In their Beautiful and Picturesque Drama
THE OLD OAKEN BUakEK " i
Week: of Nov. 4 Barlow Bros. Mlnstrnis 3 .
:&0&v t i tfiK ".tmjum-ii
mO LET-NEW AND ELEGANT 8-EOOM
JL Dricx.Win dou gases, oainv large yarn, on
lcrroy t;; rent low. mauaw a uun, no
East End Residences.
IO LET-HOJ8E OF 14 BOOMS, SIABCE
and ontbulldlnis: larcre mounds: oa N en lev
avenue, near Penn avenne cable cars. Inqulro of
HENRy ROB ERTS, at Oliver & Roberts Wire Co.,
TO LET JUST FINISHED NEW BRICK
house, late style, 8 rooms, late Improve
ments, on paved street, near cable' cats, at Belle-
field (near I
r Oakland). w.A. heekon a sons,
60 Fourth ayenue.
T) LET-ON ERIE ST.. NEAR. THE PARKS.
2-story brick dwelling, S rooms; rent very
low. J.C.REILLY,77Dlamondst. oc27-124
TO LET ELEGANT RESIDENCE IN ALLE
GHENY, No. 139 Franklin street: contains
eight rooms, good hall, bathroom, w, c, both
gases and ail modern Improvements, with nice
grounds. GEO. R. BOTHWELL, Ho. 14 Frank
lin street, Allegheny. oc24-39
ITIO LET-GLEN FIELD, P.. FT.W. A C. BT f
J minutes' walk, from station, a 2-story frame
dwelling of 8 rooms; water in house, natural gas.
good cellar., stable for 3 horses, abundance of
trult; about 6 acres of ground: rent 115 until
April L 1890. BLACK & BALED, 85 Fourth ave.
Offices. Devit Room, etc
TOLET IN STANDARDBUILDING LARGE
and well lighted offices, cheap; Wood, near
Sixth avenue. rr. A. HEBRON & SONS, 80
Fourth atenoe, oc5-4J-tt8
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BU1LD-
IN G, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two of the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be fonnd in tna
city; rent, 8200 and fan per annum. Including electric-
lights. Janitor service and steam heating.
Apply between 10 A. 31. and 1 P.M., or between
2 and 4 P. M. ly2-87
TERSONAL-MALTBY'S OYSTER DEPOT,,
X late 7S Fifth avenue, removed to wi smitn
field street; fresh oysters received dally: orders
filled at lowest prices. J. B. HEMMERLE, Mgr.
PERSONAL-BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
Newsndold, ancient and uodern. standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30,000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOKSTORE. 900
Liberty st. an3-88
TERSONAL-EDWIN SLATER, P. 0 BOX
SZ 178, Cincinnati, O.. who suffered years from
piles, and has been effectually cured, will send
full directions for self-treatment. Simple and un
failing. Freetoall. oc22-65-rrs
PERSONAL "CUT HATES" ONWATCHES
richly engraved, solid gold, filled case, Elgin
watches ror ladles, f IS 60: gent's size, fl8 SO: same
as sold by watch clubs for fas: written guarantee
given: mailorders promptly attended to. B. E.
ARONS, Jeweler, 86 Fifth ave. OC27-134
PERSONAL WHAT ARE "VOLTAIC
Diamonds?" Found 18 miles south oXHot
Springs, Ark., at the foot of the Ouachita range
of bi ou tains. In Silver City basin f they are a natu
ral stone, not paste, or glass, and are warranted
for brilliancy. B.E. ARONS. Jeweler, Sola
Agent for U. &, 65 Fifth aye. QC27-1W
PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY" RE
TURNED; recently they had not been on the
best of terms owing to a little family Jar occa
sioned by tbe wife insisting on being allowed to
renovate his wearing apparel, and" which, ot
course, was done In a bungling manner; in order
to prevent the trouble they agreed to send all
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor, 83
Fifth ave., corner Wood st.. second floor, and
now everything is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns In their household. Telephone 1558.
LOST PUG DOG FOUR MONTHS OLD-REWARD
given ir returned to CIIAS A. ASH
BURNER, 3Q South Hlland aye., East End.
LOST-WATCH CHARM-COMBINED COM
PASS, anchor and steering wheel, gold, with
black onyx-back, initials J. A. 9. cut in; suitable
reward. ROOM 22, Germani Bank building.
LOST WHILE LOOKING ATTHE ELEGANT
display of voltaic diamonds-at 06 Fifth ave.,
I lose my senses at the beauty, brilliancy and low
prices: eardrops, S2 SO and up: rings; 83 50 and up:
studs, 82 and np; stick pins, p 25 and up: all solid
gold. B. E. ARONS, Jeweler, Sole Agent Xor
J. HJ BORLAND,
Important to the public 'The stock: of
a large dryzoods importing noose,
over 5156,000 worth of foreign
by; auction at
LARGE AND SPACIOUS" COMMISSION
Nos. 723 and 725 Liberty street;
ai the bead of Wood street, opposite
the Arbuckle block, commencing '
MONDAY, October .28, 1889.
Sales will commence daily at 10 A. 3C,
2 p. M. and 7-30 P. at, and continue
from day to day until the entire' stock.
U disposed of, and in quantities to salt
This is without exception the largest sale of
Fine Drygoods, Carpets and Rugs ever offered.
in Pittsburg, and is well worthy the attention
of tbe public generally. The entire Steele,
must be sold regardless of cost or priee Ja
order to make a prompt settlement with tbe
All goods, sold at this sale positively guar
anteed and warranted as represented.
' Special accommodations provided for ladies.
AUCTION SALE OF THE FURNISH
MENT of an elegant East End residence,
at tho auction rooms No 311 Market St.,
TUESDAY morning, October SB, at 10 o'clock.
Solid mahogany chamber' suit, walnut cham
ber suits, Tennessee marble tops and French
plate minors: toilet ware, hair and busk mat
tresses, str. pads: carpet and rods, door
and .window- curtains, mirrors, shades,
pictures, tables and covers, mantelets,
toilet tables, dressers, bedsteads, wash
stands, commodes, ban chairs and racks,
towel racks, boot-boxes, fine group parlor
suit,'' odd easy chairs and rockers, leather
dn-dsg chairs. Hue walnut sideboard, handsome
dinner service, silver and glassware, kitchen
and .laundry fumiahments, black marble
refrigerator, drutrgets, fine Brussels carpets,
almost new. aquarium, ice chest, step ladder,
cornices, carpet sweeper, extension and kitchen
tables, bookcase, desk, folding bed, bedding,
fenders, cabinet, and-many other thiatts too
numerous to mention. HENRY AUCTION
CO., LIM Auctioneers. oo37-lg
BY JAS. W. DRAPE CO.
VALUABLE MANUFACTURING SITE
at public sale, on A. V. R. B. near FiK j-.
fourth street, 362x301 test, fronting on railroad,
with facilities for sidetrack; and extending to a
wide street; one of the most eligible manufact
uring sites of any point in tbe city; to be HAA
TUESDAY, OCTOBER V,
at 2 o'clock: P,'M, ooj'the premises.
As the owaertoanoB-resldeBtaeiaaaxieas
to sell, aad will. let tbe property go at a great
bareain. Terns at sale. Titse serf set and un
'encumbered. . "
Fuller panieular?) from ,
' - te JAS.-W.-DRAPE'Aa,
t, " MB Fourth aveaae,
oc3g-38-D " . I -, PRtbMg.'Ps.
Ol-TKK OT TBE PBEStDBWT tT TJW JSIV1
SECpNB ATE. FAS8EX6ER RA&WATW I
PrrTBBinte. PA October 3sVHgtv3
TIDS FOBPIUS WJH.UU1S OK AM X
FIRST MORTGAGE S PER eESTXJti3tt
rnTTTjn svrans. Va
Of this ctH-aom V free ot tax. w he 1
at thw office oatM noon oiNOVEMKM.L-i
1886. Tbe President reserves the ri-MW :
ject any or all bids.
OCS&89 JAMES D.CALLgRY.PresMeBt. g
TJROPOSAX8 FOR- CRANK-SHAFT JKWl
J. u. H. s. Brooklyn, at navy x are, Aie-ree;-. a
October 29, 1888. Sealed u-rwosahj, In digest :.
Pronosals for Shaft, ate., to be ooesed 3HJ-J
VEStBER 28, 18." will be received at M m-f
ream oi rrovisionj ana v-Kunisg. navy Mr
meat, Waahlnerton. D..CL. until 12 o'eJeeicj
xtovemoero, xoao. ana pnmiciy q-junon m
diately thereafter, to furnitfe and deliver a
Navy Xaril, .Norfolk, Va., aeranje-searc j
u.a.a. ijrooEiyu, wuara iw cays irsm i
contract.' Tha weight of the Stuff-trill 1m
7,500 pounds- Bids will be received icTftj
manufacture of either steel er iron. j.i ot t
the metal muse be made by the opes-s
process, ana must coniorm to speen
which, together with blank proposals, c
be furnished unoa-aonlleattoB to-tttel
Tie bids decided bv lot. ThB-Desartmetrt 1
serves the right to reject any or aH bMs sees
deemed advantageous to the Govern ssjsjj-j
JAMES IrULTON, Paymaster Geeeral, K M
iavy. Qm Wmi
X)ROPOSALS FOR THE- ERECTION
X BDLLDINGS Columbia Arses!. I
b!3,TTean., October 24" 1SBS. Sealed
In tritjlloate. will be received at this
12 o'clock M. on TUESDAY, Noveseer 3
for the erection of one main sterehOwSe
manding Officer's quarters, oSee. treafd 1
woTKsnop, magazine, staoie, ana sees, j
sets barracks for enlisted men: bids i
made for the whole work complete, or tvt t
building separately; plans and spooMaajti
may be seen at this office, and at
office of tbe Chief of Ordaasee, V,
A, Washington, V. C Mlank forms
fnll information can be bad on
The Government reserves the right to rcicetsusjrfi
and all bids, or parts thereof. Proposals- HHtstt
oe marsea -proposals ior tne ersenes Of I
lngs'aca aaaressea to juuutt cl
COMIiT, Ordnance Department, U.
T-jROPOSALS jrOB MATERIAL
X QUIRED for use In the osastruetisVaC
the Navy Yard, Brooklyn. N. Y e-f tsVf
machinery lor two cruisers of about 3tti
displacement each. Navy Departseatr'wa
inzton. D. C October a. l&ft Under aatbes
conferred by the act of Congress rasvkirsca
Drouriations for tbe naval service, ssstsr
September 7, 1888 (Statutes at Laree. vwi.:3
page s72i. seal ea proposals are Heresy
ana win do receivea as in aepansBi
o'clock noon, on "WEDNESDAY, the i
olNovember. 188. for fnrnisuiae sad
ine the followlnir classes and qnaaUtiua
terlal at said naw yard, for nse is tM I
stmctionof said cruisers: Class 38. Vast 4
foundry. Anthracite coal and ores ot l
coke, about 100 tons of each. CUM 38- 1
tern makers lumber. About 3MOI t
uiassasA. .rinnnea ana roaen-reme
shaf tin:, Crank, thrust and proveHer
Class 3BB.Corrneated steel furnaces.!
six in all. Class 38 C Condenser
and packing. Eight tube sheets, aheet
rlanriH-and abont 35.000 ooston taBB naei
Class 38 A Aatl-frlctioa metal. IVe5S
sand pounds. Class 39 B. Pig tie. Te ,iii
sana ponnas. oiaes as u. oseet
About 160 toss. Class 42. Pi
hundred tons. Class H A Steel
boiler sbeUsT Abent. 200 ton.
shape. Class 44 B. Firebox steel ami
plates. About 126 tons, trimmed t o
flaac-ML Class 41 C. Steel ro4ts.s
forcings for boiler braotaEAbeac .
Class M D. Steel endue forsdes Al
tons, comprising coBnecttafC and s'stea
valve-gear, etc Class Si A. BoBssr tsjj
About 8,880 lap-welded, or
steel tabes. Class SS
tubes; About 18,080 seemlent ilisw
tubes. Class S6-Steel rivets. Abas 1
of open-hearth or-CWep-Gnfflth hetfori
lae toss of toe material Berera t
be of 2.Z40 pounds earn. AU ot i
tn tin nf. srififi detailed dissesrs
and shapes as may be required, ad t be j
erea at seen pi ace or puces in sasa estrvy
may oe aesignfctea Dy tne coma
The materiel to be delivered l
enrdanee with the requirements
ule. All material to be of domestte ;
tare, aad'to be aeeested only ;
such tests as stay be prescribed
tne secretary oi sue .navy.; .
be made in accordance wuhf
be furnished a appltcattoB to
ot steam ssfcKwera-fc ana-.
more ox nte ensses
esibreeed 1b the same en
a fMrtkm of & class win m
-proposal must to aeeossptuiied by .
evUenoe that tbe bidder is able tstl
deliver the material for which he 1
a certified cheek, payable to .the
Beeretaryot tne .navy, ior as i
five cer cent of the. bW. The
from the successful bidder will be i
Lbiffi on his enterisg into a fonaal (
Kae, aee penornuuice ok sue i
bond far the-same. withsatteJ
a oeaal sum equal to twenty-five I
amount of his bid: but in case he :
enter into seen contract and to give I
wMbin twenty days alter notice ot
asee oi nig proposal, toe caecac ae
stseiiproposar shall become the
the United States. All cheeks ae
Brcttossls which are not aceeDteaV
turned immeduUely after the awasdi
Beenmaue, a seneauie ot use i
quired and ail otber ioformatJos.
eieaers win De isrnisseu on pfu
Bureau of Steam Engmeeriag, '
sent, proposals-nest oe
for material for machinery of
amis," and addressed to-tne a
JfiTT.Km Deoartment. Wt
The Secretary of the Navy 'namijisFl
tore)eetany orau dsos, or as sassi
class or classes as. in bte'iadcsasMffc I
sss of the Government v reaafssw-H
K.-F. PIRACY, Secretary of 1
vroTica w hereby; givek i
XI -troreaa oi ueaitB or, taet
, .1 ..LI. J.. utaUU&ul km
uarj Jtaa mhb u iiuih.iwmiu i
and does, hereby desscnate thel
taenth f 171 street in the city of
the AIIezbeBV river, aad Clark's
iaedately above the north end t
Teeth street bridge, in tfes dtreff '
.arete ne receivea ana asaeeitsa
of au privies as they shall Am tna
deswed aad eauMMdtrand all etl
substances foend upon the pnbUel
Superintendest of the Bueaa efJ
004-W - t
X N ORDINANCE AUTHOB
to pwehase a let of ground in the
ward f er the use oft he Bureau oit
Beetioa 1 Be it ordained and
city of iPKtsbunr. in Select and (
ea assembled, and it is hereby
eaastea .Dy tne auinoroy
That the Deeartraent of
Tie and it.' Is -hereby aathuitssd,
powered to purcnase a lot or pseee
sttaate la-we xnirty-nrss waru, i
Bornooaoi tne mteraeetMB ox
Brewnsville avenues, for the j
lagtoereoa an engine ana a
theeriee or eoaelderfitTse
oeed the sa of M.6m three 1
and the said purchase tooesab
provai oi ijoae ous.
Seettes 2 That any nrdiaaistw as? ,
ortnnaaoo eeBsmnnts; mw sae
tms orotnaaoe ae ana tne I
pealed, so tar as the
' Ordained and eeacted tote a law
this 14th day of October; A. D. jsV
u- t -mon
it ex miissj i
Attest: GEO. SHEPP.
Council. W. AaMAGEK.-
raoH Council pro ten. Attest. G:
CJetk of Coatmon Coanell.
Mayor's OSes. October' 17,
w . JiouAiOjn, sjayor.
viiiPiftrsi. sayors Laersr.
Recorded In Ordtaanee Book. voir
25th day of October. A. P.. 1MB.
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JL i;hictii ises, oven
Art; eontbued. with
Joint direettoa i
ael (Dusseidorf .
w. seatty (statuea
Btadents who frssmot
saay enter for Hmltssl i
days a weeks For prospeetea son
aaMeVMs 413 Wood street. 1
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