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!!HcGaw Arrives and Says He Takes
the Action of the Convention
WITH THE GREATEST EQUANIMITY,
And is Unable to Jlention the Charges
. Brought Against Him.
AID FOE EASTERN GLASBBLOWERS
Homer L. McGaw, accompanied by his
young son, returned from the South last
night The combined efforts of a quartet of
newspaper men failed to elicit much infor
mation from the gentleman, uho pleaded
fatigue and a desire to get home as an
excuse for avoiding an interview.
In the course of a few moments
casual conversation, however, Mr. McGaw
said that he took the action of the conven
tion in expelling him with equanimity, and
declared his inability to sav on what
grounds his expulsion from the order was
based. He further said that the report that
aDDeared in some of the papers to the effect
thathe intended en tering proceedings against
the Knights ol .Labor was uniouncea,
and had not been, authorized. Such reports
must have been spread bv his enemies, he
declared. In reply to various questions of
a leading, nature Mr. Mcliaw saia mat ne
did not wish to say anything in connection
with his affairs lor the present- Asked to
say whether Master Workman J. N Boss
was the onlv dissentient on the vote for his
emnlsion. Mr. McGaw said that Mr. Ross
action was "creditable to him," bnt that
there were others who orroosedhis expulsion
Prom the contents of a letter addressed to
a Knight of Labor here, and a portion of
the contents of which were communicatea w
the writer, it appears that Mr. McGaw's
connection with the Jeannette blowers' case
in no wise affected the action of the conven
tion in deciding on his expulsion, and that
the reasons for this decisive step were due
to a series of charges brought up against
him from more than one section of the conn
try. Though not definitely stated in the let
ter referred to, it was mierrea tnai no action
-would he taken in Mr. Joseph L. Evans'
So far only one side of Mr. McGaw s case
has been heard, and, as that gentleman re
marked last evening, it may bear a different
complexion when his side of it is published.
There is reason to believe that a decidedly
sensational story in connection with the
whole affair is awaiting the proper time for
GREEN GLASS WORKERS
In Thla District Are A.si.tlns Their Eastern
Brethren The Flints Contributing.
The American Flint Glass "Workers'
Union has sent on a second installment of
$1,000 in aid of.the locked-out green glass
blowers in the Eastern District. The weekly
assessments of L. A. 6111 of D. A. 149 and
forwarded for the same purpose, amount to
a similar snm.
Regarding the assimilation of the two
districts, the work of the organization will
be conducted under the charter of 143 the
"Western District and of which Louis
Arlington is master workman. D. A. 149
will surrender its charter. The matter in
dispute between the employers and workers
in the Eastern District is now narrowed
down to a question as to the number of
aPDrentices which shall be employed. The
wage matter has been decided in favor of
the workers. It is said tnat ine men are
steadily winning their point and gaining
factory alter factory to their view.
LARGE SHIPMENTS OF COKE.
The Volume Lien vine ConnellsTlile Increasing
The shipments of coke from the Connells-
ville region, for the past week, exceeds the
large ontpnt for the one previous. The
number of cars ianled reached a total of
7,250. the larzest number ever sent out in
-vajiy one week.
These were distributed as follows: To
Pittsburg and river points, 1,650 cars; west
of Pittsburg, 4,100; eastward of Connells
ville, 1.500 cars. The shipments aggregate
about 132,000 tons, and there are about 90,
000 tons ot coke on hands, being a reduction
on the stock held at the end of the previous
week of about 8,000 tons. All the ovens in
working condition are running.
TO JOIN THE F. OF TRADES.
The M. M. P. U. Taking; Measure! for It
It was stated yesterday that the Musical
Mutual Protective Union was taking steps
to become affiliated with the Federation of
Trades. The union was organized under
the auspices of the National League of
Musicians, which is not as a body affiliated
with the F. of T., local unions having the
privilege of cohesion with the Federation
at will. It was said that Mr. Buhe still
remained as an active worker within the
union, though he had resigned the Presi
dency. SUIT FOR WAGES EARNED.
Italian Laborers Working ns Solderers
Claim the Latter' Par.
James Yalctt and nine other Italians
charged John "Winniberg, representing Con
tractors Johns and Welbring, with not pay
ing them full wages for work done.
They had been engaged to help at solder
ing joints on a pipe line and were offered
51 60 per day. They claimed solderers'
wages, $2 25 per day, which Alderman Cas
sidy decided they were entitled to receive.
The Armstrong Demonstration. -
The Chief Marshal and Di visonal Marshals
of the Armstrong Monument dedicatory
parade will meet at the Amalgamated As
sociation's rooms to-morrow evening at 7
o'clock to discuss further details.
Who Will be There?
Everyone and everybody. To-day, re
member our great Thursday sale of fine
overcoats and suits takes place and we mean
to make it a grand success. Too much rush
and bustle lor some folks to buy on Satur
days, when most sales are held, and for the
benefit of those buyers we shall hold our
great Thursday bargain sales. To-day we
offer unexcelled values Men's chinchilla
overcoats, in blue, black and brown, at $8,
positively worth 16 to $18; men's cape
coats and ulsters, $7 and upward; men's
kersey overcoats, plain or cloth-lined, $10,
and men's superb diagonal suits, in cut
aways and sacks, at $10 aud $12. Notice
that'on Thursdays we sell all goods at cost,
thereby making these sales very popular.
P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts.,
opp. the new Court House.
To Chicago Tia B. & O.
The B. & O. It. B. Co. now operates a
through car line between Pittsburg and
Chicago via Wheeling. A Pullman vesti
bnied sleeping car leaves Pittsburg, daily,
on the 7:30 P. M. Express, and goes into
Chicago on the vestibuled Limited, arriving
at Chicago next morning at 10:55. A din
ing car is attached to this train at Garrett,
Ind., and breakfast is served as the train
approacnes Chicago. This service is su
perior to that of any other train between the
two cities upon which no extra fare is
For tickets and sleeping car space call at
B. & O. ticket office, corner Filth avenne
and "Wood street.
No fllonry Wnnted
As a deposit on Xmas crayon orders left at
Aufrecht's "Elite Gallery," 516 Market st,
Pittsburg. Pictures guaranteed perfect,
waranted not to fade and delivered when
promised or no pay. Who can or dare make
you. such an offer? None bnt Aufrecht.
JHE CARNEGIE LIBRARY.
piuns for the Conduct of Allegheny' Book
Worm Kesort Discussed One Favored
by Mr. Carnegie.
The article published in Monday's Dis
patch relative to the management of the
Carnegie Free Library of Allegheny, has
attracted no little attention among certain
circles in that city, and has been the means
of bringing the matter prominently before
the public A couple ot plans for the man
agement of the library were proposed, and
several more are seething in the active brain
ot Allegheny's citizens.
One plan, which developed yesterday, is
to put the control of the library into a com
mission composed of the Mayor of Alle
gheny, the President of Select Council, the
President of Common Council, the Presi
dent of the Board of School Controllers and
five responsible citizens of Allegheny. The
five citizens who are to compose part of the
commission are to be appointed in the first
place by Councils, and are to enjoy the
right of electing a successor to anyone of
their number who may be removed by death
or other causes.
The gentleman who proposed the above
plan said that it was intended to operate in
Keeping the library entirely out of politics,
but still give the city officials a voice in the
There is no doubt that the present wish of
everyone is for the control to be kept from
politics, bnt the fear is that, as time rolls
on, it will become "thought of as mere polit
ical pap to be dished out to the hungry
friends of a successful candidate. It is
claimed that the plan mentioned above will
prevent any such state of affairs, by putting
a pheck on both the city officials and the
five representatives of the people. To secure
the best possible results from such a com
mission, its members shonld have control of
all matters pertaining to the library proper,
such as the selecting of books, their care
and the appointing ot the librarian and his
assistants. Then, on the other hand, Coun
cils to have the paying of bills and the con
firming or rejection of ofEcers elected by the
This pldjn was embodied in a letter to Mr.
Carnegie, written some eight months ago.
The letter was not mailed, however, as it
was learned that he wonld not interfere, but
a member of the Allegheny Board of School
Control is authority for the statement that
such a plan would meet with his approval.
Another member of the "board informed
the reporter that a 'prominent and wealthy
citizen of Allegheny has offered to give
$10,000 worth ot books to the library as soon
as they can be placed on the shelves. The
name of the liberal gentleman could not be
learned, as the gentleman giving the infor
mation said he was not at liberty to dis
close it .
Christina I Coming.
If you are thinking of buying a piano or
organ begin early to look around and post
yourself. Prices are low now. "We do a
very large business and do it on a very
small expense. Can therefore afford to cut
prices down to the last dollar. As a result
of our reasonable prices we are selling
pianos in evety State in the Union. "Write
for our catalogues and we will surprise you.
See if we cannot save you from $50 to $75
on a piano. Instruments sent on ten days'
trial. Address "W. L. Thompson & Co.,
East Liverpool, O. tts
Fine 8700 Upright Piano 5200.
A magnificent 1 octave upright piano,
with all improvements, excellent tone,
swinging desk and elegantly carved rose
wood case. This instrument is in perfect
order and will be sold, fully warranted, for
$200, including cover and stool. A great
bargain at the music store of J. M. Hoff
mann & Co., 537 Smithfield street. Also
three fine square pianos in good condition at
Christmas KoTellte at the Woman's Ex
change. There will be an opening of Christmas
novelties at 'The "Woman's Exchange," 628
Penn avenue on Thursday, this week, from
10 until 6 o'clock.
Ice cream, cakes, jellies and preserves will
also be on sale. Lunch served as usual
from 12 until 2 o'clock.
Peaesojt, the leading photographer, of
96 Fifth avenue, for a short time will make
a finely executed life-size crayon portrait,
beautifully framed, and one dozen cabinet
photos, all for $& No cheap bromide
prints about these crayons; only first-class
work. Go to him before going elsewhere.
Plttsbnrg Clean Towel Supply Co.
Don't contract for towels until you have
seen our cabinet, mirror, comb, brush and 4
clean towels weekly at 25c; 6, 35c Ours
is the largest and the onlv practical case for
the purpose specially designed.
Pittsbuec Clean Towel Supply Co.,
143 Fourth ave.
SI 00 November Last Month 81 00
For fine cabinets at $1 00 per dozen, at
Aufrecht's Elite Gallery, 516 Market street,
Pittsburg. Elevator. Fine crayons.
High Art Wall Papers.
"We are daily making large additions to
our stock of fine wall papers and mural
decorations. "We aim to be fully abreast of
Eastern artists in all the new and artistic
decorative ideas, and we think customers
cannot fail to be pleased with our selection.
Cbumedj e, Bane & Bassett,
416 "Wood ft.
"Will pay for a beautifully finished crayon
portrait, life size, elegantly framed and one
dozen cabinet photos at Pearson's, the lead
ing photographer, of 96 Fifth avenne and 43
Federal street, Allegheny.
Stylish and popular shoulder capes in
black astrachan, Persian lamb, seal, mink,
martin, Bussian sable, etc, etc
Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Leave Xmas orders for crayons at
Aufrecht's Elite Gallery, 516 Market street,
Don't buy cheap crayons they will
fade Goto Aufrecht and get something
Like the breath of life to tired humanity
is a glass of "Wainwright's pure beer. Kept
by all dealers. Tissu
None bat Pleasant Effects
Follow the freest use of F. & V.'s Iron City
beer. The purest materials only ener into
its comppsition. All dealers keep it.
Order your photos and crayons for the
holidays now at Lies' Popular Gallery, 10
and 12 Sixth st. Cabinets $1 per doz." and
extra panel picture. ttsu
Blair's Pills Great English gout and
rheumatic remedy. Sure, prompt and effect
ive. At druggists'. ttsu
IO. O. P.-THE MEMBERS OF HENRY
. LAMBERT Lodge, 475. LO.O.F, will
meet at the ball. Filth ave. and Stevenson
street, TO-DAY at 12.30 sharp, to attend the
funeral of P. G. Edward Doty. W. 11. NES
BIT.N. G. S. T. TURNER, Sec'y. no21-6
The annual meeting and election of fifteen
directors to ser re tcr the ensuing year will be
held at the office of the company on TUES
DAY, December 3, ISKt, between the hours of
11 a. m. and lr.M.
noH-70. JOHSH. CLAN EY. Secretary.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
report of Viewers on the paving and curb
ing of Corday alley, from Pearl street to Cedar
street, has been approved by Council, which
action will be final, unless an appeal is filed in
the Court of Common Pleas within ten (10)
days from date. EL M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
Pittsburg, Pa, Nov. It, 1889. nol4-4S
Continued Sixth and Eighth Paget,
93-pUplay ' advertisement! one dollar per
square for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, ete, ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken for 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 ale, To" Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements re to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with Tux D18-
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, SX9 Butler street.
FJ1IL G. STUCKEY, Hth street and Penn ave.
E. G. STDCKEY 4CO., Wylie ave. and Fultonst.
N. bTOKELY, Fifth Avenue Marfcet House.
3. V. WALLACE, (121 Penn avenne.
MCALLISTER. & SHElBLER,Sth T.'& Alwood It.
JACOB STOHN. No. 2 Carson street.
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carson street,
A. 3. KAEItCHEK, 9 Federal street.
H. J. McBKIDE. Market House, Allegheny.
FRED H. EGGEU3. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGOEK3&SON. Ohio and Cbestnntsts.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Westernand Inrinayes.
G. "W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver ares.
l'EKUYM. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
W. W. FLOCH.ER, Stationer. No. 4 Grant aye.
THE DISPATCH HAS OPENED A
BRANCH OFFICE FOR THE S0UTH8IDE
AT NO. 1220 CARSON STREET. WHERE
ADVERTISEMENTS, NEWS AND SUB
SCRD?T10NS CAN BE LEFT, BOTH FOR
GENERAL EDITIONS, AND FOR THE
WANTED 20 CARPENTERS -APPLY AT
once at 41 Seventh aye. C. A. BALPH.
WANTED-2 GOOD GAS FITTERS. APPLY
to F. C. E.OHNE A CO., 141 Fourth ave.,
-TTAKTED A PLUMBER APPLY TO J.
VY DUFFY, A. V. K. B., cor. Eleventh and
Pike st. n O21-02
WANTEU-A FIRST-CLASS SLATER. IN
QUIRE at W.H. MITERS'. 803 Main St.,
WANTED A GOOD BARBER IMME
DIATELY. THOS. H. JOHNSON. 58
Ninth street. no21-2
TTTANTED-F1PE LAYERS. CALKERS AND
vV 150 Italian laborers. Apply at head of
Shingles St., Bojd Hill. OCT BROS. nol9-S8
WANTED-S8 COAL MINERS, 200 LABOR
ERS for rallroaa, 75 laborers for pipeline,
farm and garden. NO. 640 GRANT ST. no21-l
WANTED-TWO BRIGHT BOYS. ABOUT 16
years old. as wrappers In house furnishing
department. FLEISHMAN & CO- Plttsbarg,
WANTED-A BLACKSMITH'S HELPER:
must be sober and A No. 1 workman: rood
wajres to rlrnt party. See foreman at IKON
CITY TOOL WORKS, Thirty-second St. no2l-8
WANTED-GENTLEMEN WHO DESIRE A
wife or a Urelr correspondent to 6end their
address and stamp to THE AMERICAN CORRE
SPONDING CLUB, Box 643, Clarksburg, W, Ya.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS. ENERGETIC
retail salesman: one who understands how
to handle the cltv trade: must lis re good refer
ences. MCKNIGHT'S BOOKSTORE, 443 Wood
WANTED SALESMAN TRAVELING
salesman who Is thoroughly acquainted
with the grocery trade through Western Pennsyl
vania and Eastern Ohio. Address GROCER. Dis
patch office. S021-56
-VTTANTED-AN EXPERIENCED TRAVEL
tV ING salesman In a wholesale clothing
house: references required: all communications
strictly confidential. Address SALESMAN. Dis
patch office. no!9-42
WANTED-A MIDDLE-AGED MAN OF
good address and well acquainted here and
in Allegheny to act as solicitor for a new corpora
tion, big money to the right party. Address
MONEY, Dispatch office. no21-6l
XTT-ANTED-KEiaABLE LOCAL ANDTKAV
VV ELING salesmen; positions permanent;
special Inducements now: fast-selllne specialties;
don't delay; salary from start. BROWN BROS.,
Nurserymen, Rochester, N.Y. 6el7-70-TTS
WANTED AN ACTIVE MAN, POSSESSING
some knowledge of property value and
ability as a salesman: position awaiting a man
qualified for the work: wlllyleld a good Income.
Call on W. I. MILLER, 313 Wood st. no21-S0
"TTJ-ANTED AGENTS "DODGE'S HORSE
VV blanket holder:" keeps the blanket from
blowing or sliding off the horse; nothing like it In
the market: every horse owner burs: sample by
mail 25c. STAYNER 4 CO., Providence, R. I.
VTT-ANTED GENTLEMEN AT SMART'S
VV Practical Business and Shorthand College,
4 Sixth st. : greater Inducements at lower terms
than any otber college; private lessons for both
sexes day and evening; the best Instruction guar
anteed without text books. nol7-71-Trssu
VV powder and pure spices: gifts with goods:
coke workers, miners or millmcn can makemoney
in their spare time: special Inducements to per
sons having established trade. YAMASH1RO
TEA CO., S3 Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa.
-rTTANTED-SALESMEN AT r?5 PER MONTH
V salarvand expenses, to sell a line of silver
plated ware, watches, etc.; by sample only; horse
and team furnished free: write at once for mil
particulars and sample case of goods free. STAN
DARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass.
WANTED-A RESPONSIBLE HOUSE IN
Chicago desires to encage the services of a
thoroughly practical and experienced man on or
berore January 1 next, to take charge or depart
ment for manufacturing jellies. Jams and pre
serves: give experience and references. Address
J. a, care Lord &Thomas, Chicago, 111.
ANTE D-CLOTH SEWERS: BRING
sample or wort, uuisul, & WAG LEY,
618 Penn ave.
WANTED-COOK FOR PRIVATE FAMILY;
good reference. Apply at 21 SHERMAN
AVE- Allegheny. no21-8
WA N T E D AN INTELLIGENT YOUNG
lady for pleasant situation; good Induce
ments. Apply personally, with reference, to P.
WARD, Room 2, 1033 Penn aye. no21-S5
WANTED-A TRUSTY PROTESTANT GIRL,
from 25 to 39 years, to nurse a child 2 years
old and assist with chamber work: a few miles on
P. K. R. Apply to 77 FIFTH AVE. no21-55
Mcintosh Raglln; superior cloth. In wide
stripes on outside; vulcanized rnbber on Inside;
close fitting; very stylish; never spots: beautiful
as the finest cloth garment ever made and Is abso
lutely waterproof: agents sell six a day and make
fS 00: great opportunity; also flue line other
goods. Address E. H. CAMPBELI., 434 Randolph
St., Chicago. no2-69-TTSu
WANTED-TO EMPLOY A FEW LADIES,
on salary, to take charge of ray business at
their homes; entirely unobjectionable; light; very
fascinating and healthful: no talking required;
permanent position: wages Slo per week in aa
vance; good pay foi part time; my references In
clude some ot the best well-known people of Lou
isville, Cincinnati, Pittsburg and elsewhere. Ad
dress with stamp, MRS. MARION WALKER,
Fourth and Chestnut sts., Louisville, Ky.
Olale and Female Qelo.
WANTED-HOUSEKEEPER, COOK AND
chambermaid for same family: cooks, din
ing room girls, cbambermalds,nurses, 100 l.ouse
girls, German and colored girls. Mlty. K.
THOMPSON, 608 Grant st. nol7-Thssn
-TT7"ANTEn-HOTEL COOK, MALE OR FE
YY MALE, dishwasher. 2 dining room girls,
night cook, cook and chambermaid for small fam
ily, 100 house girls, 60 cooks. 10 chambermaids,
nurse girl, laundress. MEEIIAN'S, 545 Grant st.
yCT A N T E D-SITUATION AS TRAVELING
V salesman or collector. Address S.
CHARLES. Sharpsburg, Pa. no21-73
ANTED-SITUATION AS DRUG CLERK:
13 years' experience: speaks English and
German, Address SQUILLS, Dispatch office.
TTT-ANTED-BY EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEP
VV EH. whose time is not fully occupied, small
set of books to keep or other clerical work. A. G.,
Dispatch office. noffl-K
WANTED-SITUATIONS BY TWO SISTERS
together in some good family outside the
cltv: reference glyen If desired, l'lease address
MISS S.. Wilkinsburg, Allegheny county. Pa.
WANTED-A POSITION IN WHOLESALE
or retail drygoods store; have good refer
ences from lormer employers, and can speak Ger
man and English. Address W. F. M., Dispatch
WANTED A SITUATION A8 AbST. SUPT.,
paymaster, special agent, timekeeper, or
any position or trust by m-in of 24, with excellent
recommendations and experience. Address CUt
CUMSPECT, Dispatch office. no20-lt
WANTED-blTUATION BY A REGISTERED
druggist: best of habits; can give best of
reference: a place where he can have some time to
himself preferred, as he wishes to attend school
three evenings a week. Address X&JiTHOPUO
C1NE, Dispatch office, no21-61
TT7"ANTED-BOXRD AND ROOM BY A
VV young man; 11 reasonable will bepermanent:
must be central. Address K. 0 Dispatch office.
TTTANTED MORTGAGES LARGE AND
W smalL ED. WITTISH, 410 Grant street.
"VTTANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PBOP
V V EBTY. over 84,000; 4J per cent: no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER & CO., 2 Fourth avenue.
"VXTANTED-MOBTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
VV in sums to suit at 4X, 5 and 6 per cent
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth aye. TeL W7.
in large and small amounts at 4H. 5and8
per cent free of State tax: no delay. REED B.
COYLE& CO., 131 Fourth ave. myZl-GO
ANTED-TO LOAN JS50,COO ON MORT
GAGES In amounts to suit. In city or coun
try, at 4M to 6 per cent, as to security: no delay.
SAaiUEli W. J5AiA.un. r w.. vj jourtn aye.
TITANTED-TO LOAN MONEY ON MORT
VV GAGES onlmproved real estate in sums or
1500 and upward, for 3 or 5 years, at 4, 5 and 6
per cent. X. O. FRAZIER, Forty-fifth and But
ler sis. DOHIUD.
WANTED-TO LOAN S500,OX. IN AMOUNTS
of 3,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4)j per cent, free oftax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and e percent. BLACK & BAD3D,
$51 our th avenue. se21-d28-P
TTTANTED MOKTG AGES-,1,000, 000TO LOAN
VV on city and suburban properties at 4K, sand
6 per cent, and on larms in Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 6 per cent. 1. M. PENN OCR &
SON, 105 Fourth avenue. api-f41
WANTED-TO nOAN (200,000 ON MORT
GAGES; flOO and upward at 6 per cent;
500, 000 at 4H per cent on residences or business
property: also in adlolnlng counties. S. H.
FREN Ck. 125 Fourth avenue. oc2l-4-D
WANTED-MORTGAGES-8100,000 TO LOAN
on mortgages. In sums from ?500 to 810,000.
for 3 to 5 years on city property, at very low rates;
write for terms and give description of property.
JTE. GLASS, 138 Fifth ave. Telephone No. 1764.
ANTED-MILK SHIPPER-AT OAKLAND
MILK CO., Oakland, city. nrai.iw
ANTED-LARGE SAFE: GOOD CONDI
TION. L. J. PorE, 5190 Liberty ave.
WANTED -RESPECTABLE PEOPLE TO
adopt healthy male child, of excellent pa
rentage. Address P. R Dispatch office. nol8-19
WANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
doien (13) of Stewart ft Co. '8 line cabinet
photos ror fl, at DO and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
WANTED -NOVEMBER IS THE LAST
month for fine cabinets at tl per dozen, at
AUFRECHT'S ELITE GALLERY, 516 Market
4st., Pittsburg. Bring the children on elevator.
WANTED-EVERYONE TO KNOW THAT
PEARSON, the leading photographer, or
96 Fifth ave. and 43 Federal it., All'y.. is making
a life size crayon portrait; beautifully rrameiLand
one dozen cab. photos, all for 83; all fine work.
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE,
FOR SALE LOCUST ST., NEAR MAGEE
St., a very desirable two-story brick dwelling
7 rooms and finished attic; both gases: lot 21x60.
J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond st. nol7-Hl-rrssu
FOR SALE-COR. TWELFTH AND NEVILLE
St., S. S. 4-room frame dwelling and attic;
this can be made a No. 1 business stand; price very
low. J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond St.
FORS ALE-WEBSTER AVE., NEAR FULTON
St. 2-story brick dwelling, S rooms and store
room ; lot 20 ft. front, running to Wilson St.; price
f4,000. J. a REILLY, 77 Diamond St.
FOR SALE-GIBBON ST., NEAR MAGEE ST.,
Sixth ward, nice brick dwelling r 6 rooms,
vestibule, hall, slate roof, both gises: S3.625; -asy
terms. ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel.
FOR SALE BLUFF ST.-ONLY S5.O30-A
modern brick dwelling of 8 rooms, nail, ves
tibule, etc: well finished: lot 21v92; an excep
tional bargain. J. R. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth
FORSALE-A 9 PER CENT NET INVEST
MENT: a quick sale desired to settle an es
tate; 2 large brick honses: lot 40x80 feet. Tunnel,
near Fifth avenue, bee W. A. HERRON &SONS,
80 Fourth avenue. no6-67-HTh
FOR SALE-CLARK ST., NEAR MILLER,
oneoftbe finest dwellings In that locality,
ID-room 2-story brick, with every modern con
venience; price low; lot 20x120 to street. J. C.
REILLY, 77 Diamond st. nol"-HI-TT6SU
OR SALE-MT. WASHINGTON-t2.6C0-LOT
50x100. near incline, good 2-story fnrae
dwelling, slate roof, 6 rooms, hall, good cellar,
nat. gai; an exceptionally fine view from porch:
must be sold soon. J. E. COOPER & CO., 107
Fourth ave. no21-83
FOR SALE-fS CASH, REMAINDER IN
monthly Installments of 825; no otber payment
required: a neat brick house, 8 rooms, late Im
provements; on Sycamore street, Thirty-flfth
ward; price only 2,200. W. A. HERKON 4 SON3
80 Fourth ave. ' nol7-3-MTh
EOR 8ALE-COLWELL ST., NEAR DIN
W1DDIE; 2-story brick dwelling, 7 rooms
and finished attic in good condition: this neigh
borhood is improving rapidly and the price for
this house Is only 2,700: easy terms; lot 20x100 to
alley. J. C. REILL1, 77 Diamond st.
FORSALE-PENN AVENUE, NEARTHIRTY
THIRD st.-2-storyand Mansard brlekdwll
lng, 9 rooms, bath, h. and c. water, n. and a. gas;
by putting storeroom in this It can be made a
splendid business location: will trade for a home
In Eat Liberty. J . C. RE1LL , 77 Diamond st.
FOR SALE-A PRIME L'AWRENCEVILLE
Investment: good lot extending from street
to paved alley; two buildings; each 5 rooms and
finished attic In No. I condition: occupied by
prompt-paying tenants, paying rental or 400;
should yield more: price 3,500. CHARLES So.M
ERS & CO., 313 VV ood st. no2l-77
East End Residences. .
FOR SALE-FINDLAY ST., E. E.-2,30O
Frame dwelling, 6 rooms, hall, porches, both
eases: stable on rear or lot. J. R. COOPER &
CO., 107 Fourth ave. no21-83
FOUSALE-rAOOO, EASY t'AYMENTS-HOUSE
or 5 rooms: lot 25 ft. front on Murtiand ave
nue, near Dallas avenue. W. A. HERBON 4
SONS. 80 Fourth avenue. noI7-l-MTh
FORSALE-8a,000-A HEATHOUSE.7 ROOMS,
well Improved: lot 59137 feet, on Emerson,
near Alder st.. between inland and Shadv ave
nue. East End. W. A. HERKON & bON'S, 80
Fourth avenue. nol0-68-Mlh
FOR SALE-FIFTH AVE., NEAR O'HAHA
St., two-story brlcE dwelling, 11 rooms, nltli
all modern improvements; this is a very desirable
locality for a home: lot 55x100, to alley. J. C.
REILLY, 77 Diamond St. nol7-14l-TTSSu
FOR SALE-ON MEYRAN ST., OAKLAND. A
neat, new brick house: 6 rooms; well-finished;
large, finished attic: hath; range: laun
dry: lot 30 ft. front: location good. See W. A.
HERKON & SONS, 80 Fourth aye. nol7-81-UTh
FOR SALE IN OAKLAND-AN 8-EOOM
brick house with bay window, sewer, both
easesand all modern Improvements; street paved;
corner lot; 4 minutes from cable car: price 86,800;
easy terms. JAMISON DICKIE, Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-BAU5I GROVE-QUEEN ANNE
residence on Amber street. 8 rooms, 4 attic
rooms, reception hall, bath and all modern con
veniences; large lot; really a beautiful home, and
very reasonable In price and terms. BLACK &
BA1RD, 95 Fourth ave. noI9-65
FOR SALE -LIBERTY (AVENUE AND
Thirty-ninth St., convenient to cable line,
new frame dwelling. 5 rooms, finished attic, hall,
vestibule. Inside shutters, etc.. grained and well
finished: lot 20x100 feet: price 82,800: terms easy.
L. o. FRAZIER, Forty-fifth and sutler sts.
FOR SALE-84,60O-E. E., 1 SQUARE FROM
cable road. Fifth or Hllana aves., on a 50
toot street, substantial 6 room frame dwelling,
hall, water, etc.. all in excellent repair, with 4
lots 2ixl00 feet each, which are alone worth the
price asked for all. bAMUEL W. BLACK &
CO.. 99 Fourth ave. no20-17
FOE SALE-HANDSOMEUOMKFOR86.300 ON
very reasonable terms: street andsewerlm
proveinents made; a complete brick house, late
stvleof architecture, 9 rooms, finished and con
venlenced most thoroughly: beautifully located
on Coltart 6ouare, Oakland. Full particulars
from W. A. HEBRON 4S0NS, 80 Fourth avenne.
FOR SALE NEGLEY AVE.. E. E., NEAR
Penn ave.. new Queen Anne brick residence
of 12 rooms, reception hall, rront and back stairs,
inside shutters, nat. and art. ras. laundry, bith,
h. and c. water, 2 inside w. c's, complete electric
work, sewered and asphaltum street: lot 45x100:
small cash payment, balance on long time. SAM
UEL " . BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth aye. no!7-89
FOR SALE-THE VERY BEST AND MOST
complete brick houses for the money offered
for sale in either city; only 8,300-brlck bouses
well built: late style of architecture: 9 rooms, hand
somely finished: complete to smaller details; street
and bewer improvements made: location first
class, on Coltart square, tie most desirable part ot
Oakland; send for particulars, W. A. HEBRON
&SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. no4-4-HTh
FOR SALE-ON THE WEST SIDE OCA GOOD
avenue in the East End and only 3 squares
from cable cars and East Liberty station, anew
Queen Anne frame residence of 6 roomB. hall, ves
tibule, attic, bath, w. c both gases, hot and cold
water, slate mantels, tile hearths, sliding doors,
large cupboards and closets, doable front porcbes,
bay windows; elegantly painted; lot 23xl20toan
alley: price 4.6U0: terms reasonable. J. E.
GliASS, 138 Fifth aye. Telephone 1764. no21-52
FOR SALE-HOUSE AND TWO LOTS-QUITE
near to the parks, Allegheny, two-story brick
with mansard, grooms, bath.w. c, finished attic,
natural gas, inarblo mantels, dry cellar, etc..
etc., all in good orderi large side lot: excellent
location. JAS.W. DKAPE& CO., 129 Fourth ave.,
OK SALE-FRANKLIN ST.. ALLEGHENY
mnst be sold to close an estate nlmo.t new
brick dwelling: 7 rooms. halL bath, ramra. h. and
c. water, both gases, marble mantels, double par
lors, and elegantly finished throughout ; perfect
sewerage: lot 24x130 to Decatur st. Jtii, COOPER
& CO., 107 Fourth are, B021-83
FOR SALE-IMPROVED SEAL ESTATE.
FOR BALE-ALLEGHENY-AN ELEGANT
partproperty: 20,000. CHARLES SOMER3
& CO., 313 Wood St. H021-77
FOR BALE A DIAMOND ST. PROPERTY,
close to Federal St.; we have Imperative
orders to sell forthwith: a bargain for prompt
buyer. CHARLES SOMEKS&CO., 313 Wood St.
OKSALE-AT A BARGAIN-ALLEGHENY.
close to parks a choice property; press brick;
9 rooms, laundry, bath: large lot, extending to
street in rear; 7,000. CHARLES SOMERS & CO.,
313 Wood at. no21-77
OR SALE-AT A VERY REASONABLE
80 Fourth avenne
FOKBALE-SUBSTANTIAL HOUSE ROOMS,
hall, porches, cemented cellar, yard, prime
condition, clean, attractive: close to Pleasant
Valley cars, Allegheny; 82,200. CHARLES SOM
ERS k CO.. 313 Wood st. no21-77
OR SALE-THREE LOTS, WITH FRAME
bnlldlng, on Lombard St., head of Federal
St.. Allegheny, at public sale, to-day (Thurs
day afternoon), at 2 oVlock. in the rooms of JAS.
W. DRAPE & Co., 129Foarthave. no21-64
FOR SALE-CHARTlERS ST., ALLEGHENY,
lot 23 feet front, extending to payed alley:
brick house, 7 rooms, hall, attic, side entrance:
small outlay in paint and paper will add largely
to appearance and value: price 83, 600. CHARLES
SOSIERS & CO., 313 Wood St. P021-79
FOR SALE-JACKSON ST., SECOND WARD,
Allegheny; best location on the street; 1 sqr.
from Pleasant Valley cars; new 8 room brick
dwelling; all modern Improvements; a bargain at
5.500: terms to suit purchasers. BAM'L W.
BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth ave. nol9-73-TTS
FOR BALE-GOOD FRAME HOUSE OF 5
rooms: stable and carriage house: with two
lots; at DntTs station, and only 10 minutes'
walk from Chartlers: price only 82,800. C. BER
INGER & SON. 103 Fourth ave. nol9-45-TT8
FOR SALE EDGEW OOD HOME, 3 MINUTES
from station; a new frame of 8 rooms: bath,
natural gas. electric light, laundry, etc.; lot
40x150; immediate possession: good terms.
BLACK & BAIBD, So Fourth ave. no!9-66
houses, bathroom, finished attic, lots 38x120
each; 6 minutes from station: all modern lm-
U Smlthfield street, Pittsburg and Wilkinsburg,
OR SALE-ORPHANS' COURT BALE OF
house and lot in borough of Etna; Thursday.
November21. at 2 o'clock, on the premises, wll
be sold the property or the late Lewis King, on
the Butler turnpike road, 60 vards north from the
Freeport road, lot 30x100, with frame dwelling
house: terms one-fourth cash, balance In three
years: Norman King, administrator. A. LEG
GATE t SON, Auctioneers.
FOR SALE-NAME YOUR OWN TERMS OP
payment for a fine brick dwelling, elegantly,
centrally and desirably located InSewlckley; ten
rooms, bath and modern conveniences: lot47x2t3
ft., -In lawn and fruit; Immediate possession: a
ft., -in lawn and fruit; immediate poss
splendid opportunity to Invest a small
a home: also, the adjoining property, 1
ft,, with frame residence of 7 rooms.
enee or 7 rooms, nat. gas.
etc. ; reduced prices for both properties. A. W.
ADAIR, Room 708, Penn bl'd'g., Penn ave.
FOR SALE LOTS.
East End XiOtm.
FOR SALE-BAUM GROVE-LOT 40x102, ON
St. Clair st. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth
FOR SALE BUILDING LOTS FOR 700, ONE
square from cable cars, on Howe, near Roup
street: terms easy. W. A. HEBRON & SONS. 80
Fourth avenue. nol0-3-MTh
FOR SALE BUILDING LOTS. 122 FT. DEEP,
In sizes In front to suit, on Alder at., near Hl
lana ave., East End: location first-class. W. A.
HEREON & SON S, 80 Fourth ave. no!7-82-MTh
FOR SALE 2 ACRES CHOICE- SQUIRREL
HILL property, near Schenley Park: price
low: a chance for a paying investment. W. A.
HEREON &. SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. nol7-2-MTh
FOR SALE 2 ACHES OF BEAUTIFUL
ground, almost adjoining the Schenley Park.
Twenty-second ward, for $3,000 If sold qnlck. W.
A. HEBRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-S50-LEVEL BUILDING LOTS,
on grade, 25x100 feet, 3CO feet from Home
wood station, P. R. R.; location desirable: terms
easy. -W. A. HEHRON A SONS, 80 Fourth ave
FOR SALE BATAKD STREET, NEAR
Neville, 100 feet: a splendid opportunity to
anyone wanting a safe Investment: a number
elegant residences to be erected this spring: think
and act quick. For full particulars apply to
BLACK A BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. nolS-65
7KR SALE HERRON HILL LOTS 201100
JD feet to alley on Herron aye., Clarissa and
Adelaide sts., Just at the terminus of new cable
line: tbe place to buy for a home or Investment;
prices 5i0and600 each: terms 100 cash, balance
to suit purchaser: send for plan. L. O. FRAZIER,
Forty-fifth and Butler sts. nol"-43-TTSa
FOR SALE KELLY STREET. BRUSHTON.
a vacant lot 40x137, for 8900. BLACK &
BAIBD, 95 Fourth ave. nolSMM
FOR SALE-AT WILKINSBURG LOT 84X130.
6 minutes from station. 1,00: a bargain. W.
E. HAMNETT, 404 Smlthfield street, Pittsburg,
and Wilkinsburg, Pa. nol7-7-D
IOR SALE AT WILKINSBURG COBSiER
lot 50x110. 4 minutes irom station. S1.3H. w.
E. HAMNETT. 404 Smlthneld street. Plttsbur?.
and Wilkinsburg, Pa. nol7-r
FOR SALE-AT EDGEWOOD-LOT 100X150, 7
minutes from station, 1,100: a bargain: easy
terms. W. E. HAMNETT, 401 Smlthfield street,
Pittsburg, and Wilkinsburg, Pa. nol7-7
FOR SALE-FARM 100 ACRES OR MORE,
with first-class Improvements; the best and
finest on Allegheny river, at town and station.
ED WITTISH, 410 Grant st. no!6-D
FOR SALE-CHEAPEST FARM IN ALLE
GHENY connty, consisting or 125 acres nice
lying land with good house, barn, etc., at Glen
shaw. P. W. B. K. C. BERINGER A SON. 103
i onrth ave. nol9-45-TTS
FOR SALE ELEGANT LITTLE FARM-ADJOINING
town, SO miles from city: in view
of two railroads; 12 acres: fruit, garden, excel
lent buildings; prime order: attractive: (4,000.
CHARLES SOMERS & CO., 313 Wood st. noil-78
FOR SALE VERY CHEAP-A FARM OF 200
acres In Monroe CO., O. ; good orchard and well
watered: about 50 acres In timber; new frame
house of 6 rooms, large bank barn, etc.; price
only 81.000, or will exchange for city property. C.
BERINGER SON, 103 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-A FARM OF 104 ACRES OF RICH
land, with large new house of ten rooms. large
barn, two-story stable and all necessary outbuild
ings, good springs, etc.: situate 1 miles from
Hillside station, P. R R.; price low, or will ex-
cn-tnge lor city property, j.n.ciumiii.ii a skiss.
103 Fourth ave.
-TJIOR SALE-VALUABLE FARM AND FLAG
JTJ STONE4jnarrv: tbe farm contains 42 acres
more or less, and Is situated VA miles from
Canonsburg, Wash, co., Pa.; upon this farm are
a good two-story frame house of five rooms, a
large barn, a two-story brick wash and spring
house and other outbuildings; two good orchards
or choice varieties or fruit: the farm is in the oil
and gas belt, and Is unencumbered by a lease; It
Is well watered: the stonequarry is known as the
Cook quarry. Call on or address GEORGE Mc
WILLIAMS, Canonsburg, Wash, co., Pa.
FOR SAL E-NATURAL GAS LANDS 160
acres on Noblesville road, eight miles from
Indianapolis; no wells yet drilled on this land,
bnt lands on all sides have flowing wells; from
which entire supply for Indianapolis is-obtalned.
For prices apply to L. A. COQUARD, 124 North
Third st.. St. Louis. Mo. no!4-48-D
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
OB SALE-FIXTURES AND STOCK OF GRO
CERIES, located In prominent business
center of Allegheny; a bargain. CHARLES
&UJUEK9 &. cu., 313 woou street. nou-77
T7IOR SALE-COMPLETE JOB PRINTING
J? office; chance lor a wide awake printer; every
thing needed ready to go to work. Address H. B.
HUTCHISON, 6J0 Sinclair St., McKeesport, Pa.
FOR SALE-GOOD GROCERY-GOOD LOCA
TION, doing a good business; railroad trade:
money sure: will sell ror $1,000; reason lor owner
selling Is sickness. Address H. L Dispatch office.
FOR SALE-A GOOD GROCERY STORE AND
8 furnished rooms, within two tnlnotes' walk
of Pittsburg postofflce; on account of sickness will
be sold cheap lr sold at once. THOS. LIGGETT,
114 Foarth ave. no21-62-21.23,24,25
FOR SALE-FIRST-CLASS GENERAL STOKE
In rich acrlcultural section of Ohio: excellent
location for business and desirable for residence:
low to prompt buyer. CHARLES SOMERS A
CO., 313 Wood street. no21-77
FORSALE-LEASEHOLD, FIXTURES, TOOLS
and goodwill of a first-class meat and fish
market; best location in East End: an elegant
place to make money. Inquire C. B. SEELY, 6017
Penn ave., Flttsburg, Pa. nol9-34-rrs
FOR SALE-HALF INTEREST IN AN ES
TABLISHED prosperous business; this Is a
first-class opportunity for an active, energetic
young man with office experience: capital re
quired, 7.000. Address W. H. S., Dispatch office.
FOR SALE-DAIRY, IN GOOD ORDER
About 4 miles from Allegheny CityTlarket,
consisting of 20 head or cattle, 4 horses, wagon,
harness, nay, corn, etc. : also, a lease can be ob
tained of 42 acres. For further Information In
quire at the place, i OHN REN FER, Evergreen,
near Ross Postofflce. nolS-lS-MTbssu
'1)U SALE-A WELL-ESTABLISHED DRUG
STORE on one or the best streets in the city,
a larsre thnrnirirhriirf" Htncfe ftnd fixtures all fresl
urat and clean; would Invoice about 15,500; will
sell for (4,000; easy payments: S years' loa; on the
C remises: linmollito possession. JAS. W.
'RAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenne, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE SEVERAL FIVE GROCERY
storea. lurire and small, at low Drlces: clirar
stores, small drygoods stores, confectioneries, bak-
cries, laundry, feed store, milk depots, boarding
houses, printing office, etc N. B. We have
customer with SK nm nr morn rsnttal whowlll take
Interest in good paying city drygoods business. I
TpOB SALE-A CHOICE INVESTMENT IN A
"..S'.T business establishment. CHARLES
BOMERS & CO.. 313 Wood St. no-77
T7OR, BALE-AN EXCELLENT AND PEOS
J PEROUS East End grocery business.
CHARLES 8QMEB3 A CO.. tlf Woodst, no21-77
l11?f21IT ...nnnvnn,.,m vrr-w-w T v..
-. vmi.jl-, uuiug gooa nusiness; owner goina
11 1 'HIT , .. l a ... 1
.u.u v.uw. ..MUvBh AUUIC3I -D. A.. AWU.iv"
TJIOR SALE-GROCERY STORE, ON MAIN
jl street, doing cash business: large room, new
stock, low rent; Invoice about 1,600; at bargain.
Address B. C. Dispatch office. no21-7
FORSALE-BUSINESS PHOPEBTY-A PROF
ITABLE Investment: large and substantial
brick building, cor. Federal street and North ave
nne. See W. A. HERBON A SONS, 80 Fourth
FOR BALE - FIRST-CLASS STAND FOR
blacksmith and wagon maker: frame house of
2 rooms, attic and cellar; blacksmith shop, and
stable, with one acre of ground, on the Klttan
nlng road, about 30 minutes' walk from Sharps
burg; will sell at a bargain. C. BERINGER
BON, 103 Fourth ave. noI9-45-TT8
7!OR SALE-IN THE HEART OF THE CITY, A
J? tine manufacturing site, containing one-third
oran acre. See W. A. HERRON A SONS. MFonrth
Hones. Vehicles. Live Stock. fcc
FOR 8ALE-HOR3E. WAGON AND BUTCH
ER route. NO. 130 EAST ST., Allegheny.
machinery ana Metals.
FOR SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
and refitted: repalrlngpromptly attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY ANDMACH1NECO..L1SL,
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29
FORSALE ABATTERYOF 3 2-FLUEBOIL-ERS,
44 In. dtametei by 24 R. long: boilers and
fixtures complete. Inquire Beaver Valley Boiler
Works. CHAS. MILLER, Beaver Falls, Pa.
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles la stock, from 4 to
lOQh. p.;all refltted;good as new, at lowest prices;
portable engines. 8 to 25 h. p. : boilers all sizes
ana styles. J.S.YOUNG,23Parkway,AlIegheny.
FOR SALE NOW ONE SFCONH-HAND
tenoning machine, 2 surface planers andl
shaner, and new and second-hand engines, boilers,
lard kettles, tar tanks. Slomen valves, castings,
etc VELTE t MCDONALD, Thirty-second st.
and Penn ave. 1v21-91-tts
FOR SALE-ON SPECIALLY EASY TERMS,
a completely equipped malleable and gray
iron roundry. In fnll running order: property is
225x169 feet; brick building, with machine shop,
patterns, etc., and is situated within three blocks
or the switch track in the heart or St. Lonis. For
full particulars apply to JOHN GRETHER, No.
304 N. Eighth St., St. Louis, Mo. OC26-39-TTS
FOR SALE-A CONSTANT 8UPPLY OF
empty boxes and barrels good Tor pack
ing. Address ELECTRIC, Dispatch office.
-CWH SALE-GENUINE ALASKA SEALSKIN
U sacque a
sacaue at a sacrifice: 38 bust. 40 long: Euro
Aionaon eye; periectiy new. jLivusi&'jsiv u
BUDD, 93 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-ELECTKIC BATTERIES, TRUSS
ES, supporters, shoulder braces, etc AR
TIFICIAL LIMB MFG. CO.. 909 Penn avenue,
near Ninth street. Pittsburg, Pa. no21-50 .
FOR SALE-SEND POSTAL TO PITTS. CLEAN
TOWEL SUPPLY CO. and have them show
yon their elegant cabinet, mirror, comb, brush,
whisk, soap and 4 towels weekly at 25c for all. 143
Fourth ave. no21-ll
V7IOE BALE-MIRROR. COMB, BRUSH, WHISK.
Jj soap and 4 hand or roller towels with one of
our elegant large cabinets, with or without exten
sion roller, at 23c per week, for all: business has
doubled since we give cabinets. PITTS. CLEAN
TOWEL SUPPLY'CO., 143 Fourth ave. no21-10
PERSONAL HAVE YOU SEEN LEVI'S
bookstore? Do you know we have new books
as well as old? Do you know we have the largest
stock or old books west ot the Allegheny Moun
tains? LEVI'S BOOKSTORE, SCO Lfberry st.
PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURNED; recently they had not been on the
best ot terms owing to a little family Jar occa
sioned by the wife insisting on being allowed to
renovate bis wearing apparel, and which, ot
course, was done In a bungling manner: in order
to prevent the trouble they agreed to send all
tbtlrwork hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor. 65
Fifth arc, corner Wood st., second floor, and
now everything Is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns la their household. Telephone 1553.
T OST-ON LAST SATURDAY EVENING IN
I J Allegheny a pocketbook containing a sum of
money. The finder will be rewarded by leaving it
with DR. BIDDLE, Ho. 161 Federal st. no20-4
LOST-A BROWN AND WHITE ENGLISH
setter don: any person bringing or sending
blmtomewlil be suitably rewarded. Address
ED. A. PFIEL, No. 1927 Carsoast., S.B., Pltts
burg. Pa. . no2Q-33
GEO. D. RIDDLE. Attorney-at-Law,
118 Diamond street.
TESTATE OF WINFIELD a WILSON, DE
JCj CEAHUD Notice is hereby given that
letters testamentary on the estate of Winfleld
S. Wilson, late of Allegheny county, deceased,
bave been granted to the undersigned, to whom
all persons Indebted to said estate are request
ed to make immediate payment, and those
havlne claims against the same shonld make
them known without delay to MARY H. WIL
SON, Executrix, No. 23 Cabinet St., Allegheny.
-VTOTIGE IS SERlSBY GIVEN THAT AN
Xv application will be made to tbe Governor
of Pennsylvania on the 29th day of NOVEM
BER, 1889. by M. F. 8caife, H. P. Dilwortb,
Christ Steffen, John F. Scott, H. W. Arm
strong and others, under the act of Assembly
entitled "An act to provide for tbe incorpora
tion and regulation of certain corporations,"
approved April 29, 1874, and the supplements
thereto, for tbe charter of an intended corpora
tion, to be called "The Pittsbnnt Storage Com
pany," the character and object of which is the
carrying on the business of a storage warehouse
and storage yard company, and for this purpose
to bave, possess and enjoy all the rights, bene
fits and privileges of said act of Assembly and
supplements thereto. S. A. JUcCLTJNG,
OVER $150,000 WORTH
F1NE FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY
GOODS, CARPETS. RTJGSEia,
BY AUCTION I
723 AND 725 LIBERTY ST.,
- CORNER EIGHTH.
Sales, Moraine, Afternoon and Evening,
COMMENCING. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1L
N. B. Special accommodations provided for
GEO. D. RIDDLE. Attorney,
No. 118 Diamond street.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE ESTATE
Mary Msreditb, dee'd. By virtue of an
order of tbe Orphans' Court of Allegheny
county, at March term, No. 7, 18S9, in partition,
I will exnosn at public sale, on tbe premises, on
THURSDAY. Dec. 12, at 3 o'clock p. tu, the
following described real estate: A lot or piece
of ground, situate in the Third ward of tbe city
of Allegheny, county of Allegheny and State
of Penna., being- lot No. So. in Hugh 8. Flem
ing's plan of lots, recorded in Recorder's Office
aforesaid, of the connly of Allegheny in Plan
boos, vol. 1, part 1, page 106, having a f rent
age of 20 feet 5 inches on the easterly side of
Sandusky st, and extending back in an east
erly direction, preserving the same width along
the Una of a 3-foot alley on the north side of said
lot to line of J. H. Sewell property. Being tbe
same premises which Mathew Graham and
wife by deed.dated Jnne 2, A. D. 1869. and re
corded in the Recorder's office aforesaid. Deed
Book, vol. 248, page 459, granted and conveyed
to the said Mary Meredith, dee'd. Terms of
sale One-third cash on delivery ot deed, bal
ance three equal annual installments secured by
tight bond and mortgage on the premises with
interest. JAMES MlLLlGAN, Trustee. A. J.
PENTECOST, Auctioneer, 413 Grant street.
AtCTION SALE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER
22, at 10 A. M., at tbe salesrooms No. 311
Market street. Fine Wilton velvets, moquettes,
body and tapestry brnssels and ingrain room,
stair and ball carpets; window shades, curtains,
linoleum and rugs; folding beds, chiffoniers,
wardrobes, chamber shits, bedsteads, bureaus,
rockers, easy chairs, lounges, couches, wash
htinds, toiletware, mattress, springs, feathers,
desks, center tables reed rockers, mirrors,
clocks, silverware, dishes, plnsh and haircloth
parlor suites, lamp-1, pictures, clocks, cabinets,
stoves, bookcases, bail rack?, desks, piano,
ladles' vrraps, fancy goods, notions, etc, etc.
- HENRY ATJCTIOX CO., LLV.
TO LET-ABOUT4 ACRES IN THE CITY. ON
both steam and eleetrlo railroads, lor one
year or more; dwelling bouse, natural gas and
city water: garden, greenhouse, vineyard, orchard :
sale for aU products at the door; a good gardener
can make money. Inquire at NO. ISO FOURTH
TO LET-FURNISHED -LARGE BK1CK
dwelling house at Emsworth at a very low
rent. C. BERINGER A SON. 103 Fourth are.:
TO LET-FURNISHED ROOMS, "WITH
kitchen, tableware, etc.; nicest in city; nat.
gas and washing free; p 75 up. 41 LOGAN ST.,
near Wylie. no2l-9
IO LET-THREE ROOMS-GAS, WATER;
convenleut to Pleasant Valley ears. Alle
gheny; 810 per month. CHARLES SOMERS A
CO., 113 wood st. no21-79
TO LET-FURNISHED-3 BOOMS, BATH
BOOM and w. c. all on one floor, with plate,
linen and every requisite for housekeeping, to a
respectable couple without children; reasonable
rent: Immediate possession; within 3 minutes'
walk of postofflce. Address ALPHA, Dispatch
TJ LET-STOKE AND 9 LIVING ROOMS;
cemented cellar; good business location:
Seventeenth ward. A. H. LESLIE, Alderman and
Real Estate Agent, no2I-47-ThSSu
TO LET-FOUR STOREROOMS OK CORNER
of Fourth and Liberty: on corner of Penn.
and Third streets: good stands: rent low; some
unfurnished rooms, Inqulro ON PREMISES, 44
Fourth street. no2l-5i-rbrsa
TO LET-A VERY NICE STOKE AND
dwelling of four rooms on the Perrysvllle
Road, about one mile from the Electric R. R.;
rent only 310 per month. CBER1NGER A SON,
103 Fourth are. nol9-4S-TTS
TO LET-ONLY S60O PER YEAR WILL RENT
a good brickbulldlng, size 60x150, adapted ror
manufacturing purposes: is situate only io miles
from city on prominent R. R., with switch siding;
natural gas on premises. Apply to REED B.
CO VLB CO., 131 Fourth ave. no21-8S-Th3
Offices. Desk Boons, dee.
TO LET-'SSOO PER YEAR A LARGE, WELL
LIGHTED officer with all modern conven
iences; newly painted and papered: bss two large
closets for storage room. Inquire st GERMANIA
SAVINGS BANK, 423 Woodst. nol3-3;-o
TO LET-COBNER FIFTH AVE. AND WOOD
St., 2 nice connecting corner offices, unex
celled location: elevator, heat, and Janitor's ser
vices free: moderate rent to a good tenant; posses
sion at once. SAM'L W. BLACK A CO., 99
Fourth ave. . nol7-8J
To let-fine'manufactheing SITE ON
long lease: fronts Duquesne way, near Third
St., opposite the Exposition building; size of lot
89x13) feet; immediate possession. See W. A.
HERRON A SONS. SO Fourth ave. nol9-46-TTS
NOTE DAILY REPORTOF SALES
IN THE FINANCIAL COLUMNS
OF THIS paper;
SAM'L W. BLACK & CO.,
99 FOURTH' AVENUE. "
BIESOLTJTION-NOTICE 13 HEREBY
given that tbe partnership lately existing
ween John S. Wallace and Geo. M. Cote, of
Pittsburg, Pa., under the firm of "Wallace A
Cote, waa dissolved by mutual consent on the
12th day or September, A. D. 1889- Alt debts
owing to said partnership are to be received by
said John a Wallace, and all desundsaretobe
presented to him for payment.
JOHN a WALLACE.
GEO. M. COTE.
PrrTSBtnto. November 13. 1888. nol4-2-Th
rtRAND OPERA HOUSE.
MAXagxb Wn.T begs to annanncs that he bag
arranged with Mr. A. M. PALMER, manager
of Palmer's Theater and tbe Madison Square
Theater, New York, for tbe appearance here in
a final engagement ot tbe great" Italian trage
who will be seen for a limited number of per
formances, as follows:
MONDAY.NoT.25 (First time berej.SAMSON
WEDNESDAY. Nov. 27. OTHELLO
FRIDAY, Nov. 29 THE GLADIATOR
SATURDAY MATINEE,Nov. 30.. OTHELLO
These plays will be presented with tbe same
Scenes, Properties and Equipments and with
the same attention to detail as In New York and
Boston. Mr. Palmer baa surrounded Siguor
Salvinl with an Excellent Supporting Com
pany, which includes tbe popular actress Mrs.
D. P. BOWERS, who has been specially en
gaged to play the part of Emilia in Othello.
Mr. Palmer also desires special attention
called to the fact that the present engagement
will afford the last opportunity to witness the
performances ot Signor Salvinl in Pittsburg,
as be will not again appear here.
SPECIAL SCALE OF PRICES.
Parquetandfirst three rows in Parqnet Circle,
J2 50; Balance of Parquet Circle. t2 00; Dress
Circle, first three rows. $1 50: Balance of Dress
Circle, tl 00; Gallery, 50c; Lower Boxes, SIS 00;
Upper Boxes. $6 00.
Sale of seats Deglns tbis morning;
On Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday even
ings and at the Holiday Matinee, Thursday af
ternoon, MK. ALEXANDER SALV1NI
in Robert Buchanan's powerful five-act play
assisted by Signor SalvinPs Supporting Com
pany.at which performances tbeRegular Prices
of the bouse will be cbarged, 25c, 50c, 75c, and f L
At the Thanksgiving Matinee Manager Wilt
will present to the ladies an elegant
BOUVENIR SATIN PROGRAMME.
GRAND OPlSRA HOUSE
Next week Sal vlni 4 Co. in repertoire. nolS-13
McCAULL OPERA COMPANY" IN
Week Nov. 25-J.K. Emmet in his New Flay.
Every Afternoon and Evening
George O. Morris' Spectacular Melodrama,
A LEGAL WRONG.
Week Nov. 35 The Nelsons.
SARRY WHJJAMS' ACADEME
tight, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and
COLOSSAL GAIETY COMPANY.
Week of November IS. The world's
great absurdity, CON-GO. Seymour, tbe mind
reader. The fat man, skeleton and others.
Great stage show.
Nov. 25-G eary'a World's Circng. nolS-1
TjtLECTRIO AUTOMATIC BILVER MINE
OPENS MONDAY. NOVEMBER 18.
74 FEDERAL) STREET, ALLEGHENY.
The most perfect exhibition of mechanical and
electrical skill ever produced. Admission 10c
BR HENRY BLADE, THE WORLD RE
NOWNED slate writfec medium, will
are on Thursday and Friday eveBbHrs. Not,
21 and 24 at Imperial Hall, New Graatljtc, net
Bevetaave. BBbisct - j oostbw
PROPOSALS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION
of two gun-boats and one practice vessel for
the United States Navy. Navy Department
Washington. D. a, November 19, 1SS9. Under
author! ty conferred by tbe acts of Congress mak
ing appropriations for the naval service, ap
proved September 7, 1883, and March 2. US).
respectively, sealed proposals are hereby in
vited and will be received at this department
until 12 o'clock noon.on WEDNESDAY.tbe 22d
day of January. 1890. at which time and place
they will be opened in tbe presence of attend
ing bidders, for the construction, exclusive of
equipment and armament, by contract, of,
three vessels for tbe United States Navy,
which, for the purposes of tbis advertisement
are designated as follows: Gunboats No. 5 and
No. 6. Two steel gunboats of about 1,000 tons
displacement each. Practice vesseL One steel
Eractlce vessel of about 800 tons displacement.
lunboatsNo. 5 and.No. 6, are to be constructed
in accordance with tbe requirements of the'
aforesaid actofMarch2.1S89,.viz:Thafnhe act of.
August thud, eighteen hundred and eighty-six,
entitled 'An act to Increase tbe naval establish
ment,' so far as applicable, shall govern the
construction of tbe two, steel gunboats: and
said vessels shall be of domesticmannfactare."'
Tbo practice vessel Is to be constructed as re
quired by the aforesaid act of September 7,
BSS, viz: 'To be built by contract in accord
ance with the terms of tbe "act to Increase tbo
naval establishment,' approved. August third,
eighteen hundred and eighty-six,'' The con
tracts for tbe construction ot said vessels
will contain provisions to the effect that
the contractor guarantees that when
completed and tested for speed, under condi
tions to be prescribed by tbe Navy Depart
ment, the speed developed by said gunboats
upon such trial shall be not less than an aver
age of 13kpots per hour, maintained success
fully for four consecutive hours, during which
period tbe air pressure in the fireroom shall
not- exceed one-half inch of water; and the
speed developed by said practice vessel upon
such trial shall not be less than, an average of
12 knots per hour, maintained successfully for
four consecutive hours, during which period
the air pressure in tbe ash-pits shall not exceed
one-bait Inch of water; and in the case of each
vessel, for every quarter knot of speed so de
veloped above said guarantee, the contractor
shall receive a premium, over and above the
contract price of five thousand dollars; and for
every quarter knot that such vessel fails of
reaching said guaranteed speed, there shall bo
deducted fromthe contract price the sum of
five thousand dollars: but that if, under tba
conditions prescribed as aforesaid, either of
said ennboata shall tall to ineeeulnlly itayelnn
and maintain, for four consecutive hours, aa -tm
average speed or at least 12 kuots
per bonr, she shall be rejected, and.
if, under snob conditions, said practice
vessel shall fail to develop ana main
tain, for such period, an average speed ofat
least II knots per hour, she shall be refected.
Said vessels are to be constructed in accord
ance with plans and specifications provided or
adopted by tba Secretary of tbe! Navy. Plans.
and specifications, forms of proposals embrac
ing a general statement of provisions
to be Included in the contract for
the vessels wfll bo prepared by
tbis Department, and may be seen and. '
examined at tbe department, where all in-"
formation essential to bidders can be obtained, u
Said vessels must be completed within twonJ.
years from tbe dates of the respective con- -,
tracts, and payments on each vessel will bov
made in twenty equal installments, as the work
progresses, upon bills duly certified, from
which ten per cent will be referred tobenaiil "'
I rtv tfi frill 4iTir1 flnvl mTtTatinvi nf f ha mmi jl( .-?
rr- "" .w --. -!"."""-.""- -i:
the cost of armament, but including equip
ment, is limited to an amount not exceeding:
350,000 each, and the cost of said practice ves
sel is limited to an amount not exceeding S880.-'
000. Proposals for the construction of said ves
sels -win be received "from every American
shipbuilder and other person who shall show."J"
to tne satisiaction 01 ine secretary 01 tea?
Navy, that within three months from the date) r
of the contract he will be possessed, of tbo'
necessary plantfnrtUo performance of tbe work:
in the United States which be shall offer to'
undertake." The evidence thus required Tnost
accompany tbe proposals or be submitted to the.
department in advance. Each proposal muss
inclnde the construction of both the vessel and
her machinery complete in all respects, as re
quired by the plans and specifications, and
contracts will be made separately for each
vessel, including hull and machin
ery. Proposals for each vessel ara
divided into four classes, as follows;'
Proposals for Hnll and Machinery. Class L
For tbe construction of tbe hull and ma
chinery, including engines, boilers and appur
tenances, complete in all respects, in accord-,,
ance with tbe plans and speclflcattcjis provided,
hv th? Secretary of tbe Navy. Protmsals for.'
Holland Machinery. Class Z For the con-")
sanction of the hull and machinery, including)
engines, boilers anu appurtenances, complete),
in all respects, in accordance with tbe plastt
and specifications provided by the contractor
HQtno snen proposal wui iw vuujuueu uoiwi.
aecomnaniea dt ssinumu wuiuwio uuuu m
specifications of such hnll and machinery
am hunedhvthe Department for thevess
and a satisfactory guarantee of tba result oti
the same if adopted. Proposals for Hnll $a&
machinery. -caass o-x or uie kvusuucuuh m
the hull according to the plans and specific-".
tiim Tnytfled try the Secretary of the NaTT
ttre contractor to put in engines, boilers and.. ...
consider more suitable than those called for
Raid nlana and specifications, not to excel
however, in weight, nor in the space to b'
occupied, that allotted In said plans ami
specifications. But no such proposal wlllib
considered unless accompanied by as fall!
and complete pians ana speewcaaons 01 sums
proposed engines, boilers and appurtenssesss
as are issuea oj sac xBuaitiuout wi wa im
and a satisfactory guarantee of the results
tha. same if adooted. Proposals for Hun s
Machinery. Class 4. For the constrncuoaii
the, machinery, includinc enmncs. boilers as
appurtenances, complete in all respects, in e
cordance with the plans and specifications pre
TlaedDyxne oecreiary u& uie iavj. fwtw
ron.tmrtinn of the bnll complete In all reap sets'
in accordance with tbe plans and speciflcatleas'
provided by the contractor; one no sucn pi
nasal will he considered unless accompanied
as full aud complete plans and spedflcatioas
an eh hull as are issued oy tne uepartmeni 1
the vessel, and a satisfactory guarantee of thai
.unit, nf thn umA If arfnnuri. Thn sttithih"1!
ments for the accommodation of all machinery
coal, armament, nttings. equipments ana steses
complete, must be for the same articles aa'
equally convenient ana commouious as naara
contained in the Department's plans and sseeK
fleations. Bidders who may desire to offer to
construct more than one of said vessels, may,
embrace, in one proposal, euner two or urea
of said Vessels, the price ot each being givea
separately. Bidders are not restricted to on
nronosaL L e.. the same bidder may proneee for "
one or more of the vessels under one ormors
of the four classes of proposals, as above (Beet-
fled. Each proposal must be accompanied by
a cash deposit, or satisfactory certified check"
payaoie to tne oruer ox tne Decretory ox h
TVaTT which shall become the nronertv of Ska
United States in case tbe successful bidder
shall fall to enter Into the requisite coatraec
and to furnish the requisite security on the ac
ceptance ot bis proposal. The amount of suck
denoNit or check must not be less tbaaSesr
cent of the amount of the bid, but bidders in
cluding more than one vessel in tbetr proposal
will not be required to submit therewith a eer-t
tided check exceeding In amount the sua of 1
130,000. AU deposits and cheeks of bidetos
whose proposals shall not be accepted wllLonl
the award of tbe contracts, be returned e
them: tbe deposits or checks ot each successfatj
bidder will be returned to him when bis coe
tract bas been duly entered into and the reqaj
lfn mritv furnished. Every bidder will ha'
required, within 20 days after tbe acceptsaee 9C
ms proposal, to enter into a lonou coauan wc
the faithful performance ot tbe work and to
piynn. satisfactory bona for such Perform c
in a penal sum equal to 15 per cent of tie
amount of his bid. Proposals must be made, ia ,
duplicate, in accordance with forms which witi)
be fnmlshed on application to the departsaeotA
inclosed in sealed envelopes, addressed to thf.;
secretary 01 me JMavy, .navy uepanmeni,
Washington. D. C and marked "Proposals tor
the construction ot gunboat No., or practice
vessel" fas the case mav bel. The Secretary oft
fie Navy reserves the right to reject any or aW.
bias, as, in ms judgment, mo interests 01
Government may reanire. B. F.TRACY. I
retarv of the Navy. no2I.-66.trt!
Pinev Woods Hotel. A
Ctaisnn nnana TlamrVT' 4 1S0
M-A. BOWER, ProprfetoiR
Vnr rlnrnlam ratM. etc.- address 1?JS
WM. E. DAVIES. Manager. ThomasTille. G.
orF. A. BUDLONG, Windsor Hotel, N.Y.Cit;
SIXTH AVENUE DYE WORKiv
M. MAY SONS & CO
STEAM DYERS AND SCOURERS V,
a J ....i MwnTno nf art lit firrrirat'l
dies and gentlemen's soiled ot faded jrannesMf
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ox erery aesenpuon carciauj nwcuuci w. y
M. MAY SONS & Co.fl
lell-TTS 86 SIXTH AVE- Pittsburg. Pa,H
r A. BALPH,
3 CONTRACTOR, 4? '
41 Seventh avenue.
Telephone XUL seTttj
ttoi.ttay norms-boys watchbk
H 13 and up: misses' solid silver wtdVA
S ou ana up; one goiu Mcun, uiajwds
-tawdry, silverware, clocks, spectacles, eieaftl
WILSON'S, a Fourth ave.. PittetatiM
watches anajeweiry caremuy repairea. t!
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