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THE '1P1TTSBURG DISPATCH, . FBIDAY," OCTOBER ; 14, 1892.
"mil SLOW RETURNS
from the Election Boards Will Be
One Result of the New Law.
TWO DAYS TO COUNT THE VOTES.
3 he licket-rrintins Contract Held Cver
for .Another I ay.
lIlRATAGAXf WASTE 01' GOOD FAPER
Pennsylvania who have been accus
tomed to knowing all about the result of
the election within a tew hours after the
polls close, u ill Cud it quite a different
matter this year. They ill be lucky if
they learn how the State has gone, or even
their own county, within two days after the
election. There are some precincts in
which it is expected two days will be re
quired to count the ote. The Baker law
with all its fine points is mystifying to the
voter, hut more so to the election
ofiiceis. The latter are, as a rule, men of
verv ordinary intelligence, and it will be
extremely difficult for them to comprehend
their duties, which are three-fold more
complicated than under the old law.
Even under the old law remarkable
blunders were frequent. Cards ot instruc
tion will, ot course, be sent to each polling
place, but the legal phraseology in which
they are couched will be hard for many of
of the election officers to understand and
their work will be slow and tirisome.
No Effort to Hold Hack.
There will be no efiort required as in the
pa.t to hold back the returns until after
raiduight of election day in order to secure
an extra day's pay for services on the
board. The Commissioners do not think
the returns in this county will be delayed
more than a day longer than heretofore ex
cept in a few district's, but they say it will
take a full day to count the vote in nearly
all. In the country where returns did not
come in lor two or three days under the old
law it may be a week beiore they are heard
from under the linker law. At any rate
the official figures on the election will not
be definitely known for a week or more in
the close legislative and Congressional dis
tricts. Contrary to
expectation the County
yesterday failed to award
lor printing the tickets.
will be let to-mor
row. In the meantime additional
bids will be recihed. Several bidders put
in proposals yesterday. "What their reasou
for delaying the matter is the Commission
ers will not tell until the contract is let
to-morrow, but they sav their explanation
will be satisfactory, to all concerned.
"Want to lvnoir, Dont You Know?
The Commissioners of a number of sur
rounding counties, including Lawrence,
Butler, Greene and Favette, visited those
of this county to cet pointers on the print
ing of the ballots. Incidentally they pro
pounded a number of queries opening up
some interesting points in the Baker law.
The Fayette and Lawrence County Com
missioners have about decided to disregard
that section ot the law which requires SO
per cent more ticcets shall be printed than
the registry list shows to be necessary in
each district. They say they will rely on
the judgment of their constituents to ex
cuse them for disregarding this absurd
feature ot the law.
As the law stands, 75 tickets must be
printed for every 50 voters in each district,
or fractional part of 50. The tickets must
be divided into two equal packages, one of
which must be delivered to the judge of
election in each district on the Saturday
before election day, the Commissioners re
ceiving the receipt of the Judge of Election
for the package. The second package must
be delivered to the same person on the
Monday before the election. The second
package shall not be opened, according to
law, until the tickets in the first have all
"been used or voted.
A Great "Want of Money.
Commissioner Mercer agrees that the pro
vision is absurd, but says it is probably in
tended to prevent a district from being dis
franchised in event ot the first package
being missent, lost or stolen. "But in a
county like this, where the facilities for
reaching every nook and corner are so
ample, it seems like a waste of money,"
said Mr. Mercer. "Take the election dis
trict in which 1 live, for example. We
have this year 3S5 registered voters. It has
been about the same lor years, but only
once did we ever have 250 votes
polled. Generally the number is 200
or less. According to this law we
roust provide COO election tickets lor that
district. There must be 300 tickets in the
first package. If we get out 200 votes this
year we uill be doing well, and makine al
lowance for 50 or 75 spoiled tickets we will
not need to open the .second package at alL
In a maj'ority of districts the proportion of
votes to the registered number is not nearly
as large as ours and the surplus tickets will
be even greater. In fact there are lew dis
tricts where the second package need be
Keeley Cure In Penitentiaries.
The National Executive Board of the
Keeley League meets in Pittsburg, at the
office of the National Secretary in the
Ferguson block, on next Monday. Among
other things a number ot lecturers will be
indorsed aud the outline of bills to be pre
sented to the Legislature of Pennsylvania
and other States, with the object of securing
the Keeley treatment for inebriety for jail
and workhouse prisoners, will be drawn up.
A Slinister Uses Whisky.
It Is not so strange that ministers of the
frosnel nse a stimulant when pi escribed by
reputable plivsic ans, micu as Klein's silver
age and Duquene rye si hiskies. The physi
cian who recommends them well knons
their puiity and age. Silver nee sells at $1 50
per quart and Duqnesne at $125. All other
Pennsylvania rye whiskies bix yers old at
$1 00 per quart, or six quarts for"$5 00. Send
lor catalogue and price list to Max Klein,
From Kev. Dr. David McAllister.
lira mty remember that you put into my
parlor over three years ao ono ot your Con
over pianos and tested it side by side with
one ot tho highest-priced instruments made.
On the basis of that test I purchased the
Conover piano. That decision has been
fully jnstined by nearly four veais' nse of
me instrument. The points which commend
this piano to carelul purchasers ai e the-e:
1. Its purity and sweetnexs of tone. 2. Its
combination of power with sweetness. 3.
Its fine meciianlcal adjustment ofkoisfor
case, and precision or execution. 4. Its ca
pacity for remaining long in tune. Only an
instrument or fltst-class make will stand
this te9t. 6. The excellence of Its frame
resisting even Pitt-bur' and Allegheny's
trying gas fires. This helns to account for
me lengtn ot time it win remain In tune.
To Mesrs. IL Kleber Jt Bi o , 500 Wood stre
Aaents lor uonover pianos,
Allegheny, Oct. C, ISui
W. A. Hoevelor, storage, 1211 Pike stieet,
Pittsbur , Pa. Ii 3-ou have any furniture
carpels or other household effects that you
want to sell to good advantage, send fur our
wa2pns;our charges are reasonable and ne
leport each item as sold. Telephone 50.
Don't Take the Risk
Of fire or thieves, but keep your valuable
pa pei s, londs. etc.. In the rate deposit vaults
of the Farmers' Deposit National Bank, 6C
Fourth avenuo. Boxes rented at $5 a .year
aud upward. -
Kimball Pianos. Kimball Pianos.
A most magnificent lot of these famous in
struments Just received fresh, from the lac
tory. Comn and see them.
Mellok & Uoeke, 77 Fifth avenue.
Button snede kid gloves at 69c; worth $1 22.
Come and see. E. S. Giles,
82, 91 and 96 Federal street, Allegheny.
Sxz our perfect fitting kid gloves.
Jakes H. Aiken & Co., 100 Fifth avenue.
EXPOSITION. "Birds or a leather flock to
gether." It is a noticeable fact that tho
Exposition Is patronized by the best and
most Intelligent people of this and other
cities. Intelligent people qulokiy- appre
ciate the good things to De found at the
EXPOSITION. "How well does the sonic or
a passinz bird represent the triad but tran
sitory days of youth;" so It Is with the Ex
position; each dav ot gladness spent there
leminds us that all too soon It will be past.
Visit It while you can.
EXVOSITIO "An honest tale speeds best,
belnj plainly told." Wo never deceive or
mislead the public when speaking about
the Exposition. Honesty Is the best policy
In everything; we want your patronage,
but wo also want your confidence; what
we have to say Is said plainly and hon
estly. EXPOSITION. "Vanisblnjr clones." The
swan is said to sin? the sweetest Just be
fore It expires. The Exposition grows
more and moio beautiful as the close of
the season draws near. Slowly but surely
the end Is appioachinjj.
(Something New To-Morrow.)
TWO GREAT PAYS,
Friday anil Saturday, for Bargains in -Men's
Clothing at Our Store r. C. C. C, Cloth
Tho men or Tittsburg and vlcinitv know
its well. We cater continually to their
tastes and ono nnd all recoRiiize ns as the
men's clothing liouce of this tomi. We don t
bother with knick-knacks nnd small wear,
but devote our entire attention to supplying
the men with olid. serviceable cloililns at
lower prices than anv other lione. Thut a
if. Forto-d-iyund to-morrow wa will oner
the best in tho land in men's suits and over
coats and the price are within the reach or
all. Thousands of finest suits unci overcoats
at $7 50. SlOnndSli Not one in tho lot worth
le-s than $15 oine as high us s:S: hur.durins
till trrttu two liiys' sale, the-o linen prices,
$7 50, $10 and $12. "will rule. Wo want all to
know that our men's clotliinir is of the high
est quality; It's only the price that's cheap.
Wo will convince you if you call at our
store to-dav or to-morrow.
P.C.C. C, Clothiers,
Cor. Grant and Diamond streets.
MEETINGS AND NOTICES.
NOTICE THE MEMI1EUS F FORT DU
QUKSNh. Lwtgp Ho.2. K. of P.. .are re
quested to attenii a special ru cttna at their hall
(Druid's Hall. Carson -.t.). on b VI UltllAV. Octo
ber 15, at II o'clock sharp to make arranfreraents
to attend the luneral of our late brother. J. D. lc
Mnnn. All sister loupes of the K. or P. are cor
dially luvlted. By order or II. C. ISEGGS. At
tested by II. T. Dinsmore, K. of It. and s.
TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AS MY
X son. Ilenrv Glebler, has left Ills home with
out cause. I will not be responsible for any debts
he may contract. ClIRISTK. G1EI1LEU.
Octodei: IS. 1S02. l'eiin township.
TO LET popermo.. healthful location, worth
J4r; 1 new elejj tnt 8-room house, every modern
convenience; a lew steps Irom cable on payed
street, Sid St.. close to Madison av. and Ilerron
Hill Park; 15 minutes from P.O. J. F. bweeny,
Ci 4lli ay.
O LET 8-room dWtlllne near cable line. Tmln-
L ules from postofficc; all modern conveniences
rem 51 per monm:
Love. 93 Fourth av,
immediate possession. C II.
fPO LET No. m 3d av.. large brick house, 10
X rooms: rent clican: well located, bet. Smith
field and Grant sts ; send for list. W. A. Ilerron &
Sous, 80 Fourth av.
East End Residences To Let.
rpo LET $18 per mo East End, new brick house.
JL 7 rooms. Park av. (a paved street): location
good and central: alo Berlin st . near ri. inland
a v., 5 rooms. $16 per mo.; send for list. W. A.
Ilerron & Sons 80 4th av.
rpo LET Rlppcv, near lleattv st,, two new stone
X front dwellings of nine rooms each, bath,
laundry and every modern convenience; SG0
Baxter, Thompson & Co.. 1C1 4th av.
rpo LET 5735 Parker St., near O'Hara St.. new
X frame dwelling 8 rooms, hall, bath; newly pa
pered and alt conveniences; low rent. Baxter,
Thompson A Co.. 10 1 4th av.
Allegheny Residences To Let
TO LET Allegheny, only $23 pcrWonth. rednced
rent, neat brick house. 6 rooms. Washington
av.:alo. $r8 per month, oneofOrooms.lale fixtures
on aril, nta- Sedgwick st.: scud for list. W. A.
Herron & Sons, 80 Fourth av.
mo LET Fronting the
parks. Allegheny, on
n house. 16 room. In
JL North av.. fine moaern
first-class order. H ,
A. Herron Sons. 80 4th av.
rpo LET-John K. EwlngACo.. 107 Federal St.,
X headquarters for Allegheny houses. Get free
Suburban Residences To Let.
TO LET Furnished house at Sewlcklev, Pa.;
fine residence, 12 rooms, all conveniences: to a
good tenant wilt allow nse of horses, carriages,
cow, aMl will rent for sever il months at a low
rent. IJbck & Valrd. 95 Fourth av.
Rooms To Let.
XX or nnfurnhhed rooms
tlon Bureau. 442 1'enn av.
Pittsburg. East End, furnished
large list, juiurnia-
ARCH ST.. 63. Allegheny Second-story lurn
ished front room; gases, bath.
ARCH ST.. 174.
Allegheny Furnished room.
nOQUET and Oakland sts. Four furnished
l rooms for light housekeeping. Information
Bureau, 44! rend av.
C CONGRESS ST.. No. IS-Furnlshcd rooms for
INWIDDIE ST.. 517-Neatly furnished rooms:
all conveniences; suite of rooms suitable lor
2 or A gentlemen.
I?IFTII AV.. C20-Well-rurn shed front room:
: gases, bath; elegant location.
I7EDERAL ST.. 221, Allegheny-Elegant
: nistied room and board.
FOURTH AV.. 133-Furnlshed rooms,
back: both gases.
STATION ST.. 6217. East End-WeU furnished
front and back rooms; gases, bath, w. c; rea
sonable rent; geuts ouly.
UNION AV.. 23, Allegheny-Well furnished sec
ond story front room, with board; terms mod-
Z see additional aaicu unacr Wauled Boarders
Offices, Desk Room, Et&, To Let.
TO LET-ln the Ferguson block. Third and
Fourth ays., a few choice offices: day and
night elevator, electric clocks and Janitor services
Tree: rent low. Black A Balrd. No. 95 Fourth av.
a" LET In St. Nicholas building. Fourth av.
and Grant St.. convenient office on llrst floor:
janitor, light and heat free: rent reasonable.
a itic4 1;o.. jfounu av. and Grant st.
'PO LET In the Hamilton building. Sl-93 Firth
1 av., choice offices, with all conveniences; rout
low. Black & Balrd. i. o. 95 1 ourth av.
Business Stands To Let.
TO LEI Room, with or without power; also,
storage room, 6r kiln, capacity 30.0KI It : will
lease kiln or dry lumber by contract. Head Bolt
M orks. Grant and Boquet sts., Allegheny. Apply
on premises or to H. A. spangler, Ihlrd National
rpo LET bpace with power, cor. Penn and Third
A ai.6.: three floors: 20.000 feet space; abundant
power: good light: splendid location: every con
venience. Apply Nicola Bros.. 20 Filth av.
rpo LET at a bargain, to a good, business man
A for drygoods and carpets, a large brick store
room at larentum. Pa. Apply to M. Oppeu
hrlmor or J. R. Coder, 811 Penn avenue.
rpO LET Two fine offices lu the Flath building
A Penu and Frankstown avs. E. h. C. H. Love
93 Fourth av.
rpo LET-Brlckyard: favorable terms. Address
B.. Dispatch office.
Miscellaneous To Lets.
TO LET Vacant lot, 30x110. with stable, corner
Penn av.. Third st. and Exchange alley.
Apply Nicola Bros . 20 Mh av. "
PERSONAL Dr. F. II. ueteraing. flentist. cor
ner of Ohio and James streets, Allegheny City.
PERSONAL Visit Mrs Elliott's hair dressing
and manicure parlora: suncrfluous hair re
moved by electric needle, 642Penu av.
IjtnstiNAL-lrenit, yes, credit, mi nne dress
goods, silks, satins. wraps, etc, atj. Dwser's
Room 4. McCance Mock. 701 Miniiiflcld.
I PERSONAL You can buy gents' solid gold
watrh. rull-leweled Elgin. forS33 at 109 Carson
st, A. Carlson. Repairing a specialty.
JJE SONAL-Stylish dressmaking; Miss Holding.
I dressmaker, lroin Mew York, guarautees good
nt and st)les at very moderate charges. 212 Din
widdle St., city.
IjERfcONAL Hair, moies, etc.. on ladies' races
permanently destroyed by the electric needle
without pain or s&tr: cousultallon free Miss
fctreng, office 903 Penn av.. Dickson building
IjERsONAL-Ladles wishing to take lurko Face
I Baths or face massage for removing blemishes
and Improving the complexion will please visit my
parlors at 903 Peun av.. Pittsburg. Mlss&nerwoou.
PERSONAL Marriage paper containing hun
dreds of personal advertisements or ladles and
gentlemen, worth from 11.000 to $50,000. who want
to marry: mailed free. Address Gunnels' Monthly
Toledo. O. "
PERSON AL When I was a small bov mv mother
always repaired my breeches and Jacket, bnt
since I got to be a great, big man. Dickson the
wen-known tailor. 65 Firth av.. cor. Wood St..
second floor, has been substituted, who now does
all my cleaning, pressing and renovating in great
shape, lel. Ih
Classified real ettou advertisements onthts
page ten cent per tine for each insertion, and
none taken for lea than twenty cents.
UNTIL FTJBTHER NOTICE
ADVERTISEMENTS ON THIS PAGE
Classified under the following heading will lie ac
cepted at the rate of
ONE GENT PER WORD
von EACH INSERTION when plJ for In ad
vance either at main or branch offices.
Wanted Advertisements ot all Kindt.
TO LET ROOMS,
MISCELLANRODS FOR SALES
LOST AND FOUND.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH.
Cor. Smlthneld and Diamond Streets,
BRANCH OFFICES AS FOLLOWS. WHFKF.
WANTS. FOR SALE. TO LET. AND OTHER
TRANSIFNT ADVERTISEMENTS WILL BE
RECEIVED UP TO 9 P. M. FOR INSERTION.
Advertisement nonld be prepaid nnlesa adver
tisers already have accounts with The Dispatch.
FOR ALLEGHENY. NO. 107 FKDEHAL ST.,
FOR THE SUUTnstDF. NO. HI! CARSON
STREET. TELEPHONE NO. 0022.
FOR THE .fcAoT H.SD, J. W. WALLACE. eia
rTTTOTtrritG ADmrtoN AL.
THOMAS MCCAFFREY. 1100 Rutler street.
EMIL G. STUCKET, S4tli street and Penn avenue.
F. IT. FGGERS ASON. Ohio and Chestnut streets.
THOMASMcIIFNKY.Wcsternand Irwin avenues.
AN architectural draughtsman wanted:
voun?inan with some experience In drawing
and tracing. Address Architect, Dispatch office.
EAKEU to call to-morrow at W. L. Knox's
bakers' and confectioners' supply house. o.
1103 Penn av., between 12 and 1 o'clock, Friday,
Oct. 14; good wages,
EARHER Immediately One No. 1 harber: good
wages, steady work: temperate, with good
references. Naml. Newton, Oafcdale station, Alle
gheny Co., Ta.
Apply corner 13 S. Carson st.
AUBER-For Saturday. Apply at 115 Ohio St.
BLACKSMITH HELPER to h-lp on general Job
work and work on the floor at horseshoeing:
steady employment. Address J. Dallas Jackson,
BLACKSMITH Hit experience In prescription
Class house. Apply Queen City Glass Co.
TiOYS Twenty bos. 12
to 16 years old, to work in
ind co. : healthy location:
l factory in Westmoreland co. :
light work: steady employment; night school for
thoe who wish to atlend. Address Lock Box 998,
Pittsburg, or apply Ferguson block. Third av .
CAN VASbKItS Few gooa men: good
Wheeler .t, Wilson Mfg. Co., C Sixth st.
1ARPEN1 EltS-At Peerless Lead Glass Works,
V. Elln ood. Lawrence co.. Pa,, or No. 303 42d St.
I lORMOi: MAKERS-Iron cornice makers and
Vy tinners. Address Caldwell Jfc Peterson Mfg.
Co.. Wheeling, W. Va.
DENTIST Experienced mechanical dentist.
MacDonald Bros.. 8i2 Penn av., city.
DRUG Ci,ERK Qualified assistant; must be
strictly temperate aud well recommended; no
others need answer.
jiaurcss Aiptia, uispaicn oi-
I?OUNDRYMAN-Practleel msn to figure on and
solicit foundry and machine work In city. Ad
dress Box 3, Ncglcy. O.
MAN An experienced office man: one that can
keep books and do general office work ; mid
dfaged man and one experienced In rial estate
business and rent department and speak German
preferred; must be acquainted In both cities; to
lbc right man a good permanent position: state
salarj expected and where lasteinployed. Address
with stamp. Rent Department. Dispatch office.
T A N Experienced man for cutting sash, doors
1VL and frames. Ellcr, Breltwclser & Co., South
experienced In the book and stationery
Aauress ii. & u.. uispaicu omce.
MAN Reliable man to manage lunch room; good
wages. AddrcbS Wages, Dispatch office.
MEN To canvass for something new: best
money in 20 years for canvassers: experience
not necesssry: no capital required: no red tape;
never been canvassed here Call a too, Talor,
Room 6, 103 Fourth av,
MEN Six Intelligent men onood address to
represent a company m Mest Penna. and
Eastern Ohio. .Full particulars address X., Dlt
patch office, Pittsburg, Pa,
PLITMBER-Firstclass plumber at Klcketts &
Doyle's, 3948 Firth av., Oakland.
REPRESENTATIVE-LIve,-wlde-awake, to rep
resent us In every locality; one with vim,
vigor, pluck and push can easily make 250 pernio.;
uo peddling goods: something entirely new; staple
as flour: send for full particulars to-day. Address
Manufacturers, P. o. Box S3U3, Boston, Mass.
SALESMAN On salary or commission, to nanctle
the new patent chemical Ink erasing pencil:
the ereatest selling novelty ever produced: erases
Ink thoroughly In two seconds: no abrasion ot
paper: U0 to 10 per cent profit; one agent's sales
amounted lo ICO In six days, another fS2 In two
hours: we want one energetic general agent ror
each State and Territory. For terms and particu
lars address the Monroe Eraser Manufacturing
Company. X. 10. La Crosse. Wis.
SALESMAN FIrst-cUss salesman for gents' fur.
goods and hat department, young men, at tho
Model Clothing House. Bradduck.
SALESMEN-(Side line) to sell stores Wiegand's
frame hanger for pictures, crayons, mirrors.
signs, etc.: no picture hangs p
Wiegand Frame Hanger Co.. 1:
periecny wnnout It.
232 Penn av.
SALESMEN Two or more live intelligent men;
salary or commission. For particulars ad
dress E., P. O. Box 1351, city.
SOLICITORS For city and adiacent towns: lib.
Oeral commission. Geo. E. Shippey, 52 bth av.
TINNER First-class tinner; must be able to do
hot air furnace and general shop work. AV. J.
Davidson, Beaver Falls, Pa.
WINNER At ouee. experienced tinner.
A to A. L. Gray A Co.. Sewl'ckley, Pa.
"tTT'ANTED The names and addresses of ener
li gctlc men open for pcrmanet work. We give
exclusive territory; we guarantee good workers I '
a week: we furnlsli office, furniture, delivery team,
and newspaper advertiblng: our article is monopo
ly: It will save25 per rent of the coal bills of every
body: full particulars by mall; lllhograobs. pamph
lets, etc., iree upon receiptor postage. Aauress
verse. Boston, Mass.
Apply 2018 Carson st.
AUEllOUSEMAN-Call at 57 First av.
"VOUNG MAN An Intelligent yonngman (25 and
X upward) of good address for a temporary
position which will pay at least (5 a dav for several
months. Address, giving age, experience aud ref
erences. Box 211, PlttshurgP. O.
AGENTS City and country, to sell O'Keefe's
i Ills." a sure cure for liver derangements,
co ds. coughs, hoarseness, etc.: acknowledged by
thousands of Pittsburg's c.tlzens after 17 years'
test lobe "a great medicine;" agents can make 13
to t5 a day. Dr. O'Kcefe & Co., 1232 Penn av.
AGENTS In every town to handle fine line of
specialties; good money to live agents. Ad
dress MMilgan Door Plate and Bell Co.. Graud
AGENTS wanti d to canvass ror something new,
ready seller and exclusive territory. Inquire
17 Isabella St., Allegheny.
AGENTS S3 to 7 aaliy; expeneuce unnecessary.
I'utman . Co., perfumers West Wlnsted.CU
Femalo Help Wanted.
COOK Good cook: family of two: no laundry
worki rererences required. Call in after
noon, residence next engine house, .Neville st., E.
COOK Female cook for restaurant and notel;
German preferred. Hotel Norwood, 261 to 27 J
Frankstown av., E. E.
GIRL Bright young Protestant girl to cook and
take care of dining room In private family;
willing to teach; must have good relercnces: wages
$3 50 per week. Address P. O. Box 154. Pittsburg.
CIRLfor light housework: family ot three: no
X Sunday work; good wages; reference required.
95 Locust st. , city.
C1IRLS-200 house girls, cooks, chambermaids.
T laundresses, waitresses. 16 Third at., Alle
gheny. GIRL to act as maid in physician's office. Apply
between 4 and 5 to-day, 502 Penn av.
GIRL for general housework; no washing; at 1705
HOUSEKKEPEB-W anted a middle-aged ladv
without encumbrance ror housekeeper in
widower's family lu the country; a good home for
the right party. Address S. S Dispatch office.
SALESLADIES-Ten thoroughly experienced
cloak salesladies; highest salaries in tne city.
Apply at Eaufmanua'.
CALESLAUIES-For Saturday only.
O Co., 504, 506 and 508 Mai ket St.
SALESLADIES Experienced. Inquire at Rosen,
baum Jt Co.'s.
T ANTED Girl for downstairs work that un
ir demands plain cooking. Jewelry Store. 37
Boarders and Lodgers Wanted.
BOARDERS Ouc pleasant room with bath. w. c.
and dressing room attached: spacious grounds
and porches; oa line qf cable cars. Penn av.,
ingles! c E. E. Address Rebecca and Penn av.,
WANTED A first-class and well-furnished
room for single man: near Allegneny Pares
good street in East End. Address Rooms,
Male and Female Help "Wanted.
COOKS Housework elrla, chambermaids; places
to-day; situations iree. Elite. 4U Penn ay.
HELP At once,man and wife to oversee a farm.
10 farm hands, teamsters, laborers. mnn cook,
woman cook, $10 per weeks dishwashers, chamber
maids, dining room ftlrls, pantry and laundry (tlrls.
family cooks. $4 to $8 per week; cook and chain bi r
mald for small family, highest wages; Swedes,
Germans, colored, German housekeeper: an girls
will be supplied this week free of charge: steady
places; call at" once. Median's Agenc), 515 U rant
HELP Housekeeper and cook- for an Institu
tion; cook, chambermaid and waitress for
samefamiy; cooks, laundresses, chambermaids,
dining room girls, house girls, hotel cooks, cham
bermaids, pantry girls, night cook, colored help,
gardeners, drivers, farm bands, white and colored
waiters. Miss Dolau, successor to Mrs. Thomp
son, 608 Grant it. '
PARTY-with help to run a boarding house for
laboring men: house Is furnUhed and will
have from 10 to 30 men; near city: permanent
money guaranteed. Address Party, Dispatch
WANTED Good housekeepers or Janitors to
use Segnard's wonderful cleaner: cleans wall
paper, paints, carpets, tile floors, oil cloths and
plate glass; never use scrubbing brush or soap.
Office Penn and 5th st.
POSITION By young man In office who Is will
ing to work hard in view of advancement; can
give bet of reference. Address Advance, Dis
1JOSITION By lady stenographer with two years'
experience: can liirulsh reference from last
employer. Address stenographer. Dispatch office.
POSITION As a drug clerk, by young man; five
years' experience: speak German, Hungarian
and English. Addresi A. w inner. nraaaocK, i-a.
POSITION Clerical position, copying, secre
tarial or otherwise, for evenings. Address J.
Clerk. Wllklnsburg. Pa.
POSITION by experienced carpet and furniture
man. G., Dispatch office.
POSITION Dace as cook,
No. CO Logan St.,
SITUATION bv a youne man. 18 years or age,
graduate of a commercial college, as assistant
m office. Address John, Dispatch office.
OITUATION as nurserr governess
O lady of education and reanement.
Sheffield St.. Allegheny.
by a young
SITUATION by an experienced housekeeper.
Wylle av., city.
Hotel, Dining and Lunch Rooms.
COZIEST dining, lunch and Ice cream rooms in
the city, Kevan's. 9 8 Penn av. Business
men's dinner, d' bote; ladles' noon lunch, en'earte.
HOTEL FEDERAL. 171 Federal St.. Allegheny,
$1 50, $2 day: special rates when permanent.
H05IE. STUDY Bookkeeping, penmanship and
shorthand thoroughly taught by null; re
sponsible and progressive expert teachers. For
Eirticulars address the Pittsburg Correspondence
usluess College. P. O. Box 369.
SHORTHAND tanght bv mall; complete name
course $5: send 10 cents for trial lesson. Address
PARTNER-Wlth $2,500 capital to take an Inter
est in a great business opportunity; none but
reliable nartles need aDnlr:
mis is no speculation,
no for the right narty.
hut It is a chance of a fltetlmo for the right party.
call at noon 1:00m jus.
Diamond and Wood sts.
Gcrmanla building, cor.
PARTS" FR A man with some capital to manage
and carry on a buslress In an article verv
staple and In universal demand. Apply to 16 Third
Fire Insurance Wanted.
BENSWANGEU A ZAMU Fire insurance.
MONEY to loan on real estate secnrlty In any
sums desired; lowest rates of Interest; quick
and economical service. Piper & Clark, 131 Fourth
MOKTGAGE.1 on city or
property at lowest rates.
&. Co., S2 roifrth av.
Henry A- Weaver
M ON EY at 5 per cent. Wc have VA COO to loan,
?300 up. Alles Bros. & Co., 164 Fourth av.
rpo LOAN t20",00n on mortgages: Sloo and up-
j. waru at e per ceni; s.mo,uw at t;s per cent on
nronertv. vacant lots or
farms, b. II. French,
126 lourth av.
WANTED -Mortgages on Improved city or Alle
gheny city property. McCuue & Coulter, 03
Miscellaneous - Wanted.
I7LECTRIC Mfg. and SupplyCo.,310Blssell block,
j Pgh., 61 Federal, Allegh'y: incandescent and
GENEIML ADVERTISING Agency for all
New York and Brooklyn newspspers; general
broker, manuf.icturers agent, commission mer
chant, real estate bought aud sold, etc.; Pittsburg
business solicited. 11. G. White, 491 Mxlh ave
Brooklyn, N. Y.
PA'l E S IS O. D. Levis (20 years), solicitor, i-.
Fifth av.. next Leader. Pittsburg: no delay.
PAIN'IINU and riate Glass glazing. ICC. Miller,
1.26 Grant St.. Pittsburg: ' - .
rpBUNKS hauled toand rrora the East End for
JL srty cents. Campbell A Davis, No. 12Seventh
av. Telephone 276.
USE Jones' Bedbug Paralvzer .tones Magi
Roach Powder; roaches banished by contract
satisfaction given or no pay. 222 Federal St., Alle
gheny. bold by all first-class druggists.
ANTED All business men to know that the
Office s-peeialty Co., 103 Third av.. keen In
stock the latest and best office furniture, filing
cabinets and labor-saving office specialties; work to
order and metallic vault fixtures arc among their
"ITTANT1D To buy a road horse; musthehand-
f some, fast, guaranteed perfcctl sound, and
not over six years old : can either pace or trot. Ad
dress Box 10.1. (iakd.de sta.'. Pa., stating price and
where horse can be seen.
WANTED-Everyone wno wants tne llnestand
11 cheapest wall paper In America to send for
samples: sent free to any address. G. G. O'Brien,
Paint and Wall Paper Store. 292 Fifth av.
WANTED-To adopt little girl 10 or 11 years old;
must speak English: good borne nnd good
treatment, by elderly couple. Address Samuel
Cochran, Dubois. Pa,
YJ7 ANTED To exchange first class real estate.
II qlty property, for stock oT groceries, hard
ware, gents' furnishing goods. Address N. C.
WASTED All children of 10 years and under
to have one dozen of the finest cabinets made
for only $1 at Aurrccht's. 77 Firth av, ; come early.
WANT to buy second-hand chandelier with 4 or
6 lights, for use In chapel. Box 145, Mt.
Oliver P. O.. Pa.
WANTED One-horse covered wagon; good
condition, strong andxheap. Robinson, Dis
WOOD and pn6to engraving; nan tones; electro-
typing. Bragdon. 78 Fourth av.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles, Live Stock For Sale.
HORSE An elegant young Mack, tall, rangy,
sound and stylish, thoroughly brofcen to city,
cars and cuglnes; trots well and could be made
fast: fair trial invited; will sell low. Address P.
O. Box 963.
MARES-80 head sold for
weighing from 1.40O to 1-700
XI want of use.
Founds; give you pick of stable. Chautauqua Lako
ce Co.. 13th and Pike.
HORsE-Fine young driving horse, sound, gen
tle and well bied. inquire McNu'.ty Livery
Co.'s, Center and Highland aves.. East End.
HORSE Black riding and driving horse;
fectly safe and a beauty. 53) 1 5th av.
Machinery and Metals For Sale.
BOILERS and engines, second hand: all sizes,
from 4 to 100 h. p.; cheapest In the market: 64
boilers and engines In stock, stationary and porta
ble, upright boilers, mounted farm engine, etc.;
steam pumps, governor, pulleys and shafting.
Telephone 3401, 23-25 Part way. J. s. Young, Al
BRYANT and Acme automatic engines and boil
ers, hot water and steam heating exhaust fans
and ventilating fly fans, water and electric motors,
dynamos and electric lighting: general machinists,
engineers and contractors: stationary engines ana
boilers. Tompkins X Ulrich. 316 Liberty St., Pitts
JJiNGINES and boilers of every description: brick
-J yard supplies; contractors' and rollingmlll ma
chinery. Thomas Carllu's bons, Lacock and San
dusky sts., Allegheny.
GKINDVTON ES-In all sizes, for all kinds of
grinding; Cralglclth. Newcastle, Nova Scotia
and other grits; Iron frames and fixtures for hand,
foot or power; mounted stone, oil stone, emery
wheels and grinders. Wm. M. Klrby, 13S First av.
FINE upright piano, almost new; must sell lm
medlate.y. 105 Pennsylvania av., Allegheny.
PIANO-Good upright piano; must be sold.
Hemlock St., Allegheny.
Rubber Stamps and Stencils For Sate.
GET your rubber stamps, steel stamps, stencils.
seal presses, brass checks, etc. from Sheaffer
& Co.. 49 Filth av.. Duirs College building.
STENCILS, steel stamps.
Seal presses, rubber stamps, etc.
IV. A. Bunting; 20 Fifth av.. cor. Market.
Dogs For Sale.
TOINTER-One thorough bred.
trained English pointer dog. 2 years old : one
Eup, 4 months old. For particulars address Q. E.
ogau, Coraopolls. Pa.
Miscellaneous For Sale.
C1ASII registers and second-hand sarcs.
J mond st.
tTOUNTERS, bins and shelving: all In good order.
I Inquire of J. D. Lewis. McKee's Rocks. Pa.
FIXTURES for grocery, counter, bins and snelv
Ing. See A. D. Wilson. 55 Federal st,, Alle
gheny. IMPORTANT TO BUILDERS-Hed brick ror
sale In large or small quantities; capacity 23,000
6er day. For prices address S. 8. Lindsay, Ford
lty Brick Work. Ford City, Pa.
Business Opportunities For Sale.
BOILER PLANT, complete with machine shop
attached; a good trade established: 81. WX)
down, balance on long time. Address Plant, Dis
CIGAR STOKE in a good location and noing a
splendid business; good reasons for gelling.
Address II. C. T.. Dispatch office.
EOR SALE-Grocery W, worth f 1.9)0: positive
bargain: good business with large tea trade:
restaurant at a big sacrifice: cigar store, central
location. StjCO: bakeries and hotels, business chances
of all kinds. Perclval& Gaston, 439 Grant St.
FRUIT TAN D and tobacco store for sale cheap.
100 SmiUifleld st.
HOTEL Lease ana furniture for sale. Canton.
O.; a large brick hotel, built 1888: elegantly
furnished: has 43 rooms and all modern Improve
ments: located In the beautiful city of Canton,
having a population of 30,000 aud being the county
seat of the best county In the, State of Ohio: the
hotel is located within 300 yards or the large Deuber
ft Hamnden Watch and Case Works, employing
2,000 skilled workmen; also. situated at the ter
minus of the Canton and Masslllnh electric car
line; In fact, a splendid location In a booming and
growing city; a fine opening for an energetic hotel
man: It Is for sale or rental owing to the death of
the proprietor. Address t'has. Krlchbauin.ar.m'r.,
care llarter 4 Krichbaum. att'ts at law. Canton,
HOTEL Licensed hotel with good stabling In
the cltv; for sale cheap to quick buyer: reason
for selling, "family affairs. Address Hotel C, Dis
HOll'L and restaurant Good location: never
refused license: 10 rooms, all furnished com
plete. Ransom M Diamond st.
JEWELRY store Ave minutes' walk from post
office, for $1500: will sell halflnierest too te
llable watchmaker who will undertake to run the
business; will take property Dr any marketable
goods In exchange. Address Watchmaker. Dis
SALOON AND RETAURANT-Owing to sick
ness in family: feeding 15 per dny. near Union
depot. For further particulars aadress Joseph
KUngen, 75 Lake St., Cleveland, O.
SALOON and fixtures; situated on South Main
6t., near new stone bridge: house contains S
rooms. Address Register office. Wheeling, W.Va.
Business Properties Tor Sale.
BUSINESS property on Frankstown av. be
tween Penn av. and Broad St.: also between
station and Everett St., with stores aud dwellings.
F. E. ft llson or T. K. Estep, 75 Frankstow n av.
LOTS on Blnft and VIckroy sts., near college.
Robert Coward. 70 Bluff st.
T. WASHINGTON, 10 minutes' walk from in
cllne, large level lots, between Hoggs and
Southern a vs.. on line of Grandview Traction road :
8250 and up to 1600; terms 110 and 3 cash, balance
easy monthly payments: these lots are lu a desir
able location and -will enhance very rapidly In
value: rail at office and get particulars. Black &
Balrd, 05 Fourth av. (I-.'68)
East End Lots For Sale.
C 1ENTF.il AV. lots, 48X175. only 2. too each: street
improvements and sewers paid for: choice lo
cation; nrst-class Improvements: on a main thor
oughfare: a limited number only offered at this
Brlce; terms to suit. fcceM. P. Howley A Son, HI
170 R SALE-Lot The handsomest lot on Sonth
1 Highland avenue. 63x120 feet; will divide K
desired; this Is one o: the most desirable lots at
the East End for a first-class residence, having an
eastern frontage. C. H. Love, 93 Fourth av.
I7OR SALE Cheap. lot 43xl00:a new 2-story framo
. house, 0 rooms and attic with modern Improve
ments on Larimer av., 2ist ward. T.E.Wilson,
orT. R. Esty, 75 Frankstown.
SCHENLeY PARK lots 50XI5U. or greater front
age If desired, on Woodland avenue, between
Forbes avenue aud Schenley Park: beautifully sit
uated; on Squirrel Hill Street Railroad, also within
short drstance of cable and Dnquense lines; as
phaltum pavement and all other Improvements:
cheap: easy terms. Apply 5100 Forbes or 20 Fifth
avenue, Frank F. Nicola.
DCfl Teet of cxlra choice lots. 200 feet deep and
OUU only W0 per loot, near Highland Park, not
known to be for sale and wedery.anyman to pro
duce the equal of this frontage for price, location
and view; I have Just received this to-day. James
M. Wilkinson. 421 Wood St.
Allegheny Lots For Sale.
LOTS Hots Bucna Vista sU, below market value.
A. D. Wilson, 53 Federal St., Allegheny.
LOT 21x120 feet Fremont St. A. D. WUson, 55
Federal st., Allegheny.
Suburban Lots For Sale. .
1JOIS SALE-Lots-Wllklnsburz lots 30 feet front
on a good wide street and running through to
an alley. fortSO. $300. ?J50 and $400: only flo cash
and $2 a week: only three squares from Duquesne
electric railroad tracks: 7 cents fare to the city;
these lots are a good Investment and are sure to in
crease In value soon. C. H. Love, 9J Fourth av.
Farms For Sale.
In Baldwin township, of :
12 acres: all
V under aid
with 6-foot veins or coal: good
brick house: barn: good orcnard anu several
springs; within five miles of Pittsburg. Geo.
FOR SALE or exchange Farms of every kind.
Lamb & Dixon. 127 Fourth av.
(1ITY property In exchange for farm: we have a
J couple or good properties, residence and busi
ness, to exchauge for a farm. D. Bencn A Co.,
4112 Penn av.
FOR EXCHANGE Allegheny store and resl
dence property worth S7.C00: will exchange for
East End or snbiirhan residence property of equal
value. Snyder & W hlte, 162 Fourth av.
3 000 real estate bargains: send for new 144-page
9 catalogue Just from the printers, tree. Black
A Balrd. 95 Fourth av.
FOB SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE or exchange, six-room house and
good lot: employment given buyer in large
factory, snyder & White, IbJ Fourth av.
(JJJCriA cash, balance JJOOper year, for a good
UDO JJ 2-story brick dwelling of 6 rooms, attic,
hall, purch. cellar, etc.: price only $4,250: close to
electric and steam cars: good neighborhood: lot 21
X120 to alley. Samuel W.Black & Co..99 Fourth av.
300 Very good Investment, 5 new frame
9 nousi s. 2 or 4 rooms, attic, cellar, water.
etc., each, and one of 5 rooms, etc.: good large
lot: street and alley paved; this will bear investiga
tion. D, Behen bon, 4112 Penn av.
East End Residences For Sale.
AMBER ST. Elegant property; one minute
from electric 5 minutes from cable and A min
utes from Roup station: frame house often rooms,
bathroom and Inside w. c. ; electric Ilgnts. both
gases: laundry in cemented basement. Apply to
Jus. II. McMabou & Bro 77 Fourth av.
PROPERTY Near Stanton and Highland avs.: if
bought soon can sed a large property with 630
feet ol rrontage at f 16 per foot and no charge for a
fine old-time residence In good condition; has fruit
and shad-trees: will faceoithe new driven av to
Highland Park: several buyers lost a great bargain
last week: so cad soon. James M. llkinsun, 421
CJO 730 Residence,
suitable outbnlIdlnz9. lot
50x140 feet, one sotiare from street can. J.
J. McDonough, owner. (S.5.! Station St., East End.
Hazelwood Residences For Sale.
t 000 Hazelwood: neat, attractive and con
tiDOy venlent 2-story frame dwelling of 6 rooms
and finished attic halL bath. h. and c water,
slate mantels, inside shutters, pantry, front and
rear porch, all In first-class order; corner lot 53x
120 to alley; very cheap, tamuel W. Black Co.,
99 4th av.
Allegheny Residences For Sale.
LINCOLN AVE.. Allegheny-A bargain; one or
the finest locations on this beautiful avenue,
large double brick mansion with wide center hall:
library on first floor: 3 bath rooms, sanitary plumb
ing, laundry, both gases, large front porch: house
in best of condition: will be sold at a bargain, on
account of recent changes in owner's family; lot
50x140 to alley. Black & Balrd. 95 Fonrtn av.
41 ( OOO'-In Second ward, Allegheny: house of 6
tlDtt rooms and finished attic hall, slate man
tels: nearparks and street cars; lot 20x70. Snyder
& White, 162 Fourth aveuue.
A flfi REBECCA ST. Brick dwelling or 5 rooms.
ttUD hall, both gases; lot 20 n. 6 In. by 64 ft. ;
price 11.100: terms easy.
Jas. J. Waldron Co.,
Of STEWART ST. Frame dwell ng of 4 rooms
OX and attic; price 11.500: rent IIS per munth.
Jas. J. Waldron & Co., 271 Beaver av.
OQ KNOX ST. Frame dwelling or6 rooms and
mO attic: price S 1, 830: rent 20 per month. Jas.
J. Waldron & Co., 271 Beaver av.
Suburban Residences For Sale.
SEWICKLEY Brick house of six rooms, front
and back porches; both gases and water In
house: good cellar: lot SOxlSO leet. on two streets;
sidewalk on both, curbed and paved; price (2,801.
George S. Cotton & Co., 04 Federal st., Allegheny.
WILKINSBUROElegant new six-room house
at Wllklnsburg; front and rear porches,
fin'shed attic good water; everything complete:
will sell cheap; easy payments. Geo. S. Martin A
Co.. 147 Fourth av.
TjHlUND Mrs. Dr. McUranor's Imperial treat-
-l ineiu cures an uiseases. aoo ivjueav.,
I701TND leper roll wallpaper:
Thompson Bros.. 109 Federal i
I70UND Hie only reliable free hand portrait
artists In crayon and water colors: finest
grades only; all work done In windows In presence
of the public; order now and pay ror Christmas:
stores open until 9 P.M.: satisfaction guaranteed
or no charge. Jos. P. Cowan. Prop. Union Ar
tists' Portrait Co.. first floors. 70S Liberty St., 607
Wood at.: Branch ta! Ohio st.; wc employ no
agents. Telephone 2172.
LOST-Dlamond stud earring between East Lib
erty and B. A O. depot. A liberal reward If
returned to J. C. Knable, No. 85 Fifth ar.
T OisT on Center. Morowood or "Fifth avs.. a
Aj lnllk book containing checic payable to Thomas
Moore. Finder will bo suitably rewarded by leav
ing at Thomas Moore's, Morulngslde road. East
LOST-A lady's gold watch, with the letters A. O.
on the case and black onyx chain and gold
locket attached. If the finder will leave same at
the Gas Appliance Excflange, 722 Penn av., he will
be suitably rewarded.
Tms Boitouan or Beit Avow, Pa.,
October 10, 1S9J. (
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at No. 64 Federal St., Allegheny,
until S p. i. Satnrdav. October 15, 1S9J. tor
laying six thousand (0,000) lineal feet more
or less orflro bride sidewalk, four feet wide.
Specifications and Information at above
office. Bidders to cive bond in amount of
bid. The Street Committee reserve the right
to reject any or all bids.
HENUY W. AEMSTKONG,
Chairman of Street Committee.
NOTICE TO PRINTERS SEALED PRO
POSALS will he received at this office
until 12 o'clock Jf., SATURDAY. October 15,
189J, for printing 840.00) official aud epeci
men ballots and 210,000 cards of instruction.
Iillormation nnd samples or forms and de
scription to be had at the County Commis
sioners' office. Bids will be accepted by the
legislative district or for the whole Bidder
must give bond with two sureties in amount
of bid: snccesslul bidders must give bond In
such amount as required by County Com
missioners with two sufficient sureties. The
Commissioners reserve the right to rejecs
any or all bids. JAMES A. G RIE II,
Orrics or Costkoixkh or Alleouexv )
Cousty, Pa., i
Pittsboro, Pa.. Octoher 12, 1F92. )
HEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE BE
O CEIVED nt this office nntll 1 o'clock r. M.
TUESDAY, Octoher 18, 1S92, lor flllinu ap
proaches to the following bridges, viz: No.
1, over Bull creek, at Tarentuin, and No. 8,
over Turtle creek, at Berry Fnrdlna; also for
repairing wooacn uriugo at I'lerces retera
Bids to be by tho lump sum for each bridge
complete, except Peters creek bridge, this
to be bv the L000 feet board measure. Bids
for bridge No. 8 must be addressed In separ
ate envelopes to the Commissioners of
Westmoreland and Allegheny counties.
Bidders must visit sites beiore bidding.
Bidders will be required to give bond wltb
two sufficient sureties in amount of bid.
Successful bidder to givo bond, with two
sufficient sureties, in double amount of
bid, for the laitiilul performance of the con
tract. The right to reject any or all bids Is re
served. Specifications can be seen at County
Engineer's office after Wednesday, October
12, 1892. JAMES A. GRIER,
AUCTION SALE OF GROCERIES STILL
going on nt 203 Fifth av.; teas, spices,
cigars ami tobaccos, molasses; lull assort
ment: sales morning at 10 o'clock; afternoon
at 2 o'clock, and 7 o'olock evening; horse,
wagon and harness, shelving and snowcases.
AUCTION SALE OF WATCHES, CLOCKS,
Jewelry, silverware, etc., at tho store
ot JOHN MITSCH, 130 Federal street, Alle
gheny, Pa. The above sale, which was in
terruptod bv the heat of the summer, will be
resumed on THURSDAY, October 13, and
continue every day at 10 a. x. and 7:30 r. x.
until the entile stock is sold.
UCTION SALE OF UPRIGHT PIANO,
pictures, carpets, notions, etc, FRI
DAY, October 14, at the rooms of tho Henry
Auction Co., 24 and 26 Ninth st. Chamber
suits, oak ana walnut, parlorsuits in the lat
est upholstering, sideboards, chiffoniers,
bookcase, folding beds, chairs, rockers,
leutlier couch, fine nprignt piano (cost $450),
pier mirrors, liallracks, engravings, springs,
mattresses, bedsteads, comforts, blankets,
lot story books, center tables, wardrobes,
china closets, etc. Carpets Brussels and
ingrains for rooms, halls and stairs.
HENRY AUCTION CO., Auctioneers.
LOT m TWO OWEUIHS HOUSES,
Corner Washington and Eleventh Streets,
By virtue of an order of the Orphans'
Court, made at No. C May Term, 1892, in par
tition or tho estate or Amanda Pfiffner, de
ceased, I will expose to Public Snle, at tne
premises, on THURSDAY, October 27, 1892,
at 2 o'clock p. it., all the right, title, interest
and claim or the said Amanda Ptiffner, de
ceased. In that certain lot of ground, situate
In the Twenty-ninth ward, city or Pittsburg,
Pa., bounded and described as follows:
Beginning on the corner or Eleventh and
Washington streets; thence along Washing
ton street westwardly 42 feet, more or less,
to a point; thence at right an.-les with Wa-h-ington
street northwardly, and parallel with
Eleventh street, 45 leet 1 inches to line of
lot No. 17; thence alone the line of lot No. 17
eastwardiy, and parallel with Washington
street, 42 feet, more or less, to Eleventh
street; thence along Eleventh street 45 feet
Vi Inches to Washington street, nt the place
of beginning, being the easterly ptrt ot lots
15 and 16 in Joseph Lang's plan of lots in
borongh of Birmingham. Said lot having
thei eon erected two brick dwelling houses.
Terms of Sale One-third cash on confir
mation ol sale; 10 per cent thereof to be
paid on day of sale, and the balance in one
and two ye.irs, to be secured by bond and
mortgage, with 60-day sic fa. clause, on the
a S. GRAY, Trustee,
A. J. PENTECOST, Register's Office.
Auctioneer and Beat Estate Agent, 413 Grant
SMITHSON & VINCENT,
Sales ot real estate, merchandise at stores,
household goods at residences (jewelry sales
for the trade onlv) promptly attended to.
Offlce,58 Eisnerbulldiiig.cor. 5th and Wood st.
WANTED TO PURCHASE EAST END
home in good location, between Oak
land and Shady avenue; parties having a
houe of 10 to 14 rooms wishing to dispose
or same, address lu strictest confidence,
HOME, Dispatch office.
Societies and organizations of all kinds,
merchants and manufacturers desiring to
take part In the parade on Colnmbus Day,
October 21, 1892, are respeotrully requested
to notify the undersigned as speedily as pos
sible of their intention, giving in their com
munication the name ofTorgunization, presi
dent and secretary, also number of member
ship with or without band, or number of
teams. CHARLES EULERS,
Chief Allegheny Dlvismn, i ity Hall.
THE MERCANTILE AGENCY
R. Gr. Dun & Co.,
Westlnghonse Building, corner Penn Ave.
and Ninth St., Pittsburg, Pa
This establishment supplies all necessary
information as to the standing, responsibil
ity, etc., ot business men throughout North
America. It is the oldest and by tar tho
most complete and extensive system ever
organized for tho accommodation of Bank
ing and Mercantile interestsand the General
Promotion and Protection ot Trade.
Debts Collected and Legal Business at
tended to throughout the North American
HAS BEEN LOCATED AT
Work on the construction of these extensive mills will be
started at once and pressed to completion. This adds an
other great industry to those already located at Kensington.
Secure a lot in this new manufacturing and residence
city, and the amount invested will soon double.
Kensington is the best city in the State for business or
Free railroad tickets furnished at office of
THE KENSINGTON IMPROVBMENT CO.,
No. 79 FOURTH AVENUE,
DID NOT BUY
Three pieces or property advertised last
They were sold, but I have received an
other sure bargain to-day.
630 FEET '
Beautlfnl sbado and fruit tree front ace,
within 150 feet or Stntion avenne and 011 tha
new grand drive to the Highland Park; only
$16 per toot anda large 14-room house thrown
lu. You will lose It.
JAMES M. WILKINSON,
421 WOOD STREET.
GRAND AND DEEP.
That is, the view I3 grand and the lots
nearly 200 feet deep.
NEAR HIGHLAND PARK.
Never before offered and not known to b
for sale. To be sold only as a whole, on
Just think, only $40 per foot. Would makd
a beautiful place for four large residences.
rian of property can be seen at the offlci
JAMES M. WILKINSON,
421 WOOD STREET.
10 3-4 Acres Level Land in
the 23rd Ward.
Will subdivide into 124 lots. 25x100 feet
There have been overlOO ho'ises built near
this property within a year. Overlooking
Schenley Park. An electric railroad runs
near it. This Is a first-class investment.
Any person can more than donble their
money, as It can be laid out and sold nt once.
533 Grant Street.
CORNER LOT, 124x100.
Will sell as a whole orin lots to suit. Easy
terms. This is tho best business location
and tho best value on Butler street.
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO,,
99 FOURTH AVENUE.
Will lease all or part to responsible
parties. It has oil wells north, east, south
JAMES M. WILKINSON,
421 WOOD STREET.
OWNER LEFT CITY
And he has ordered a positive sale of three
houses with lot 186x270. with a total front
age on two streets of 331 feet, near the Ken
mawr Hotel, and would make splendid
BOARDERS AND ROOMERS.
Can be bought for one-third less than
actual value. Will tellsinslv.
JAMES 11. WILKINSON.
If sold before Nov. 1, $3,000 will bar tha
handsomest lot in the borough, without any
exception; lot has an average width of 14S
feet, is 240 deep; beautiful forest trees, superb
view and excellent drainage. The neighbor
hood Is the best and is bandy to station. If
j ou are looking for something Ant-class ad
dress URGENT, care Dispatch office.
N. B. Would make two nice lots.
NEAR COURT HOUSE.
Have secured an option on a piece or prop
erty 100 feet front. Business men, here is an
SURE TO ENHANCE IN VALUE.
JAMES M. WILKINSON,
Germanta building, 421 Wood street.
JAMES M. WILKINSON
HIGH CLASS E. END PROPERTIES.
421 WOOD ST.
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