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THE FTTTSBTIRG : .DISPATCH, TUESDAT, NOVEMBER "l, , 1892.
ALL NEEDS CAN BE EASILY SUPPLIED BY DISPATCH ADLETS.
C'DOKHEIi WEIIES A L3TTEB,
lie Says the History of Homestead Strike
Will Slake Interesting Reading.
Hugh O'Donnell has written a letter to a
Baltimore friend. The letter is dated at
the Allegheny County Jail, Pittsburj, Pa.
After dealing with personal matters, Mr.
O'Donnell speaks of the Homestead strike
as follows: "You know how we were on
that morning in welcoming the troops that
were afterward used to aid the Carnegie
Company to defeat us. Xearly half a regi
ment of these same troops were scarcely on
the field ere they cast aside their muskets
and took our positions in the mill. Was
that honorable? And they were aided and
abetted by their superior officers.
'When the true history of the Home
stead lockout is written it will make
mighty interesting reading.' Outside of a
few hot heads the conduct ol our men has
been most magnificent under all the trying
circumstances that have surrounded them.
There have been just i desertions out of a
total of 3,800 men. The situation has not
materially changed; the same firmness that
characterized them at the beginning is still
Peudentlt break up your cold by the
timely use of Dr. D. Jayne's Expectorant,
an old remedy for sore lungs and throats,
and a certain curative for colds.
SIEETLNGS AND NOTICES.
r reotold Baxk.
rrrrsBCr.n, July 2), 1692. 5
STOCKnOLDKIJS" JIKKTIMJ XUTICE IS
htrebj- given tliat a lnieting of the tockholders
of the Freehold Bank Mill La held at the bank.
Times hnlldlug. Fourth avenue, below Mnltlifietd
ttrcet. 1'ittsuurr. Pennsylvania, NOVEMBER 19.
3332. at 11 o't lock A. ai.. to vote for or against a
proposition to renew and extend the charter, cor
porate rights and franchises of the hank.
Uy order or the board. JOHN F. bTEEL,
ANClIOn ItAXK. riTTSBtJRG. )
riTTFLORG. Oct. 19. 1S"!
TmT)ESD-THE EOAltD tlK DIRECTORS
X I of this hank have this dav declared a dividend
of SIX (G) l'EKCENT ou the capital stock, pav
aMe on the 1st November pror, to the stMTkhoId
ers or their lesal representatives tree of taxes.
ltOItEUT J. slOMT, Cashier.
I? W. KILE IS NOT IN OUR EMPLOY. AND
. weareuotrcsnnnsiible for any debts of his
TSTOTICE-THE FlliM OF JUSTICE COX. JR..
i & CO. having been dissert ed, notice is hereby
JUSTICE COX, JR.,
"Will continue In the Iron and steel commission
lmsines from this date at bis office, 2To. 218
Fourth sU. Philadelphia,
J. i election polls have bet-n chanred, and all the
totlnp, fixtures and furniture, such as booths,
annexes, pots for guard rail, chatus, ballot boxes,
etc. hare been delivered, and in some cases to the
wrong places, the County Commissioners request
all persons interested to "notifr Ihera of any omis
sions or mistakes, and thev will have them remc
died at once. It E. MEUCER. 1
1)5: BOYLE. ' Commissioners.
P. W. SEIEERT. Clerk.
FIDELITY TITLE, TRUST CO., Ill and 13
r ourth ave.
ESTTE or MAIHiARET AVATSON. DE
CEASED: Notice Is hereby given that letters
ol administration on the estate 01 Margaret Wat
ton have been granted to the undersigned, to
v hem all persons Indebted to stld estate are re
quested to n,ake immediate payment, aud those
liaingelaims against the sameshould make them
known without i lay.
FIDELITY TITLE & TRUST CO.,
Administrator d. b. n. c t. a.
C. 31. T1IOEP. Attorney.
TIDELITY TITLE AND TRUST CO.. 13 and 13
INSTATE OF JOHN "DYERS "WARDEN, DE
j CEASED: Notice is hereby given that letters
c.i administration on the estate of John Brers War
lien have been granted to the undersigned, to whom
All rwrsons indebted to Bald estate nra requested to
make immediate payment, and those having claims
agalut the s-tmc should make them known without
delay. FIDELITY TITLE AND TRUST Co..
DAVID Q. EWTNG. Attorney,
T 'STATE OF CHARLES ARBuTHNOT DE
j CEASED Executors notice Notice is hereby
given that letters testamentary ou the estate of
diaries Arbuthnot. late of the City or Pittsburg
and fctate of Pennsylvania, deceased, have
tVen granted to the undersigned. All persons
indebted to said estate are requested to make im
mediate payment, and those having claims orde
lu'inds against the same to make them known
V. S. ARBUTHNOT.
J. It. MCCLINTOCK, Executors.
GEORGE E. slIAW. J
Office of -William Kaufman, Attorney,
ltoom74, Bakcwcll Building.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TJTAT AN
x app lratlon will be made to the Governor of
Pennsylvania ou November 24, 1892. by Joseph S.
llaufiuan. Simon Kaufman. Louis J. Adler, L. M.
Jvahn. William Dc Wolf aud Sol Kaufman under
the act of A&semblv, entitled An act to provide
lor the incorporation and regulation of certain
corporations." approved April S. lS7t, and the
supplements thereto, for the charter of an intended
corporation to lie called the Economy Land Com
pany, th ehara' ter and object of which is the
bulng. holding, belling, leasing and improving
SALE OF LAND BY THE UNITED
btate-at Pittsburg, Pn. Be It enacted
by the Senate and House of Eeprcsontatlves
ol tlio United States of America in Congress
assembled, That the Secretary of War be,
aud hereby is, authorized and directed to
tell and convey to tlio purchaser or pur
chaseisall the light, tltlo and interest of
the United States in and to all that certain
parcel of ground, belong tig to the United
fctates. situate in the citr of Pittsburg, Penn
sylvania, at tlio northwest enrnorof r'enn
avenue and Garrison al lev. Fourth ward of
taid city. Iiontmjx 100 teet on tvest side of
I'cnn avenue and extending northwardly
along the west line of Garrison allev, pie
fervins the amo width, to lon-water'line of
the Allesheny river, subject, however, to
eucU public ca'-ements as exists thereon
aud thereover. Depot Quartermaster's Ot
licc. Washington. D. a, Octciber 12, 1S:S.
Under the provisions ot the above quoted
actot Congress, approved May 21, 1890, and
hv direction ol the Secretary of War, I will
oiler for sale at public auction at the Cham
ber of Commerce loom, Gennania Bank:
building, corner of Wwid and Diamond
f-treeta. in the city of Pittsburg, Pa., on
WEDNESDAY, the 16th day or November,
IK'A at 11 o'clock a. M., for cash, tho property
descnbed in tr.id act, together -uithsuch
Improvements thereon an belong to the
United States, subject to the conditions set
lorth in taid net, and subject also to tho
terms and conditions named in the printed
chcular of this date, copies of which will bo
luroished on application to the undersigned
or to the Acting Assistant Quartermaster at
Allegheny Arsenal, where also a plat of tho
ground can be seen. The riht is reserved
to reject any or all bids, or to accept any
bid or bids subject to the conditions pre
scribed in tlm circular referred to. A de
posit of $10,C03, by certified check, on ac
count or tho purchase will be required of
the successful bidder at the time ot sale, in
default of which the property will then and
there be reoffered Jor sale. Payment of the
remainder of the purchase money must be
made upon delivery of duly executed deed
ordeedslor the property putchused, or the
property may be resold, without further
notice, ut the risk and cost of the defaulting
purchaser. Tho cost of all conveyancing
will be borne by the purchaser. GEO. II.
W EEKS. Deputy Quartermaster General, U.
S. A. JOHN 1. PAILEY. Auctioneer, Cham
ber of Commerce Room, Gennania Bank
Building, Pittsburg, Pa.
rnraiScre, Carpels, Roots and
Shoes, Notions, Etc.
The stock of a Penn avenue store quitting
business TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 1. at 10
O'CLOCK, ut the rooms of the HENEY
AUCTION CO.. 21 and 20 Ninth street.
Chitnber suites wardrobes, sideboards
boiikcases, desks, chiffoniers, couches,
lonugex, large mirror, hall nick, pianoforte,
pictures, dishes, clocks, curtain", handsome
p-irlorsuites.upholstered in brocatelle tapes
try, rugs and hair cloth; extension tables,
leather chair-, and rockers: large line of
Brussels carnets, rugs, etc: lange, kitchen
and laundry furniture. Also at 2 o'clock
boots, s)io and notions salt; positive, as
the owner is leaving the citv.
HK.NBT AUCTION CO.,
sjirrnsoft & vixcext,
Sales ot real estate, morcbandUo at stores,
household goods at residences (Jewelry sales
for the trade only) pioi'nptly attended to.
Oflice.SS Eisner buildrns.cor. 5th aud Wood st.
3- Classified real estate advertisements on this
pape ten cents per line for each insertion, and
none takenor less than twenty cents.
until ftjetheb notice
ADVERTISEMENTS ON THIS PAGE
Classified under the following- headings will be ac
cepted a tnc rate of
OWE CENT PER "WORD
FOB EACH 1SSERTION when paid for tn ad
vance either at main or branch offlces.
Wanted Advertisements 0 all Kinds.
TO LET rooms;
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALES.
LOST AND FOUND.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH.
Cor. Emlthfleld and Diamond Streets,
BTtANCII OFFICES AS FOLLOWS. WTrrRT.
WANTS. FOB SALE. TO LET. AND OTHER
TRANSIENT ADVERTISEMENTS WILL BE
KECEIVED UP TO 9 P. JI. FOR INSERTION.
Advertisements nould be prepaid unless adver
sers alreadv have accounts with The Dispatch.
FOR ALLEGHENY. NO. 107 FiDEItAL ST..
FOR THE SOUTHFIDK NO. J2 CAKSON
fcTKEET. TELEPHONE NO. COT.
FOR 1HE tAsT .fcND. J. W. WALLACE. 6ia
r-rrnTrna ADnrno? al.
TnOMAS MCCAFFREY. E500 Butler street.
EM1L G. STDCKEY, Wth street and Penn avenue.
F. IT. FGGERS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut streets.
THOM AS McHENItT. Western and Irwin avenues.
BARBERS Two flrst-class white barbers; good
and speedy workmen: married men preferred.
Address Z. 11. suttee. No. 13a 11th av., Altoona,
BARBER Good white barber at once; good
wages: steadv job. Apply to Theo. G. Fonr
nier, Chartlcrs. Pa
BOOKKEEPER An experienced bookkeeper;
only such need apply. Bookkeeper, Dispatch
BOY To learn the barber trade:
rlence preferred; send letter.
one with expe
4127 Butler st.
150Y To learn the barber trade. 401 Carson st.
BU'TIELMAN Good bushelman.
West End. Pittsburg.
207 Main St.,
C1A&PENTEUS Two good carpenters. Inquire
J of Thomas Slmmlng, head of Federal street
(lOATJIAKERS Two flrst-class coatmakers
J wanted Immediately; steady work: good prices
and a permanent job to good, reliable workmen.
Apply at once by telegram or in person to M. M.
Huston. East Liverpool, O.
COLLECTOR With some soliciting ability; good
position to right party; cash security pre
ferred. Metropolitan Life Ins. Co., Twelfth and
Carson sts S. 3.
DRUG CLERK Junior clerk. Address, stating
experience. Opium, Dispatch office.
DRUG CLERK at once,
Address R. R., Dispatch
IN GI XEER First-class man, one who thorough
j ly nnderstauds his business; must be able to
do general repair work, pipe fitting, etc. ; give ref
erence and salary expected. Address E 7, Dispatch
HELP Married dairy man. milk driver, heaters,
puadlers. roughers, cttchers, farm hands.
Walker's. Sixth St., second floor.
LATHERS-Four good lathers. Call Tuesday,
after 6r.lt, 72 poplar st., Allegheny.
MALS STENOGRAPHER and typewriter;
must have experience. Address, with reter
ence. and state salary expected. Stenographer,
MAN A live, active man with some pluck and
nush. to represent us in vour locality: we
nave something entirely new that goes, and unless
you can make 575 to $250 per month we don't need
vou; no peddling; better write to-day. Address
Manufacturers. P. O. Box 5303, Boston. Mass
MAN Experienced man to sell teas, coffees and
cigars ou the road: only those familiar with
the line and having established trade considered
Salesman, Box 2358, New York City.
MEN Two men of push to work eight hours a
day; salary paid. 17 Federal St., Allegheny.
" 4 OLDEKS-Freeport foundry. Freeport, Pa.
PACKER Experienced tableware packer, at
Windsor Glass Co., Homestead. Pa.
PLUMBERS and gas Alters. Apply to Carson &
White immediately, Perrystllle av., Alle
SALESMAN On salary or commission, to nanme
the new patent chemical Ink erasing pencil:
the greatest selling novelty ever produced; erases
ink thoroughly in two seconds: no abrasion of
paper: ICOto 510 per cent profit; one agent's sales
amounted to (620 in six days, another $32 in two
hours: we want one energetic general agent for
each fctatc and Territory. For terms and particu
lars address the Monroe Eraser Manufacturing
Company. N. 10. La Crosse. Wis.
SALESMAN A flrst-class beef salesman for re
frigerator: must be acquainted with trade or
Pittsburg and Allegheny. Call between 2 and 3
O'clock at Home Dressed Meat Co., Llm., 200-212
S. Twenty-first St.
SALESMAN Successful salesman to sell as a
side line to fie drug trade an article in great
demand: ?5 to 810 per day profit. Address, with
references. Mason & Co.. Cleveland. O.
SALESMEN Three active Catholic men in Pitts
burg aud Allegheny: good pay and easv work;
no experience necessary; call between 8 and 9
o'clock a. II. E. Gatcly & Co., 25 Federal St.,
SALE -MEN (side line) -To sell stores Wiegand's
lramc banger for pictures, crayons, mirrors,
6lgns. etc: no picture hangs perfectly without it.
Wlegand Frame Hanger Co., 1232 Penn av.
SOLICITORS For city and adjacent towns; lib
eral commission. Geo. E. Shipper, 52 nth av.
Laundry, 103 Hemlock st..
starchers at Paris
STONECUTTERS 10. Apply Michael Hawkins,
Forty-third and Butler sts., or bewicklev. Pa,
TREACHER to Instruct claes in algebra and geom
etry, two evenings a week. Evening School,
party. One good tinner: steady work to right
ApplyatKKIl i'cnn av.. E. E.
C. Seybold A Sons, New Ken-
Y'OUNG MEN Two bright young men to learn
telegraphy; positions guaranteed. Call be
tween 9 and J2 a. M. Carry University, city.
AGENTS Wide awake workers everywhere to
sell "Shepp's Photographs or the World:"
the greatest book on earth: costing 1CO.000, cash
or liifrtallmcnts; a bonanza for the holidays: agents
coining money: xnimmoih illustrated circulars ami
terms tree: workers wild with success; Mr. King
O'Lorv. Altoona. Pa., cleared (1,500 in six weeks:
Rev. Josenh Walters. Nantucket, Mass., $180 In 17
hrs.: Miss L. Z. Brown. Los Angeles. CaL. S73
first day: magniflrent outfit only SI: goods on
credit. Address Globe Bible Pub. Co., No. 7.3
Chestnut --t.. Phlla.. Pa., or No. 353 Dearborn St.,
At! ENTS-'Talks to Children About Jesus. " one
of the most popular books ever published;
sells at sight: credit given; rrelght paid; best book
for the holidays; agents wanted also for other
books aud bibles. B. II. Woodward & Co.. Balti
AGENTS S3 to $7 dallv; experience unnecessary.
Putnam & Co., perfumers. West Winstcd, Ct.
Female Help Wanted.
COOKS nousework girls, laundresses, situations
free. Elite, 442 Penn avenue.
CtOOK (female) At 447 Beaver ave.. Hotel Kline:
good wages to right party.
DINING room girlatGlrard House, 22 Federal
GIRL A good girl or middle-aged woman to as
sist with housework, must be a Protestant and
w hite: a good place for one lu need of a home. Ad
dress Box 95, Allegheny.
girl for general
ISO Locust street.
GIRLS for housework and cooks.
130 Washington St., city.
HELP Two dining room girls, (4 per week;
nurse. 15 years old; hotel and ramily help;
nurse, (3to(i. Walker's, M-.tli st., second floor.
LADY stenographer and typewriter ror office
work: one who can assist on books: give age.
retcrence and. salary expected. Address Book,
SIX ladles (6) to address 33.030 newspaper wrap
pers at (1 25 per 1,000. 55 Ninth St., rooms.
P'aRTNER In a manufacturing plant, doing a
safe, rellaMe business: ready sale for all prod
nets; want to Increase business. M. F. Hippie ft
Co., 98 I ourth av.
PARTNER in established office business: (500 re
I quired; give age and full business experience.
Reliable, Dispatch office.
PARTNER with (100 or $500: business will pay (20C
per month. Address M. M.. 17, Dispatch
Boarders and Lodgers Wanted.
BOARDERS ir you desire change table board
call at BIOS Broad street. East End.
OCCUPANT ror nicely furnished front room at
55 Lincoln av., Allegheny, near West Parks
and very convenient to cars.
Call about 7 r. M.
Reference given and required.
Male and Female Help Wanted.
ACTORS Good amateur black face, Irish and
Dutch comedians, sonir and dance ladles, etc
Address O. H. Lennox, 130 Robinson St., Allegheny
HELP A butler, HO per month: man cook,
colored butler, 2S per month: farm hands,
colored boys, -woman cook, (40 per month; hotel
and restaurant cooks, dishwashers, dining room
Klrl9, chambermaids, washerwoman, laundress,
lamlly cooks, waitress, nurse, house girls, colored
girls, Germans, Swedes, colored cook, 5 per
week. Meeuan's Agency, 645 urant st.
HELP Experienced child's nurse; laundress, to;
family cooks, wages $4 to 6; chambermaids,
dining-room girls, house girls. German girls,
middle-aged colored nurse, hotel help, second
cook. $5; colored girls, butlers, drivers, farm
bands, white and colored waiters. MlssDolan,
successor to Mrs. Thompson, COS Urant St.
T ANTED Good housekeepers or Janitors to
It use Segnard'9 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.
EXPERT accountant seeks evening employment:
books posted, audited, balanced. L., 4 Car
lisle place. Fifth av.
POSITION by thoroughly competent man, with
6 years' experience in iron and steel business:
understand machinery and bookkeeping; traveling
referred; first-class references given. Address
ox 668. Wheeling. W. Va.
POSITION By a young lady, a position as book
keeper with reltablefirm; satisfactory reasons
for being out of employment; 5 years' experience;
best of reference furnished. Address E. X. E.,
ment: understands plans.
boiler and engine foundations, and general good
workman; go anywhere. Hac, Box 202, Wllklns
POSITION Typewriter, assistant bookkeeper,
or general office work, by young lady; ex
perienced aud correct worker: moderate salary:
reference. Address Thorough Work, Dispatch
POSITIOM with flrst-class bat house, either in
Pittsburg or adjacent town: 22 years' experi
ence and best reference furnished. Active,
experience. P. O.
stenographer; four years'
SITUATION By Al salesman, traveling, locator
something requiring business ability, with
chance for ambitious worker: 20 years' career la
traveling and responsible positions: best references;
good reasons for changing. Address Strictly Busi
ness Dispatch office.
SITUATION In a Jewelry store by a young man
with four years' experience at the trade; flrst
class reference given; bond If necessary. Call or
address W. C, MoSmltbtield St.. second floor.
WORK for woman and child (boy 11 years old).
Walker's, 0 Sixth St., 2d floor.
WANTED Two or three furnished or unfur
nished rooms: good neighborhood, near
parks, Allegheny: 6tate price and location. Ad
dress. ".'., Dispatch office.
WANTED-2 unfurnished connecting rooms, in
Christian family, for gentlemen; near Rural
av E. E., preferred. Address M. H., Dispatch
Fire Insurance Wanted.
BENSWANGEU 4 ZAUN Flro insurance.
Hotol, Dining and Lnnch Booms,
COZIEST dining, lunch and Ice cream rooms In
the city, Kevan's. 90S Penn av. Business
men's dlnner.d' bote; ladies' noon lunch, cn'carte.
HOTEL MORRIS, 3d ave. and Cherry allev, rear
of postoffice Rooms, 50, 75 cents; meals, 25
HOTEL FEDERAL. 171 Federal st., Allegheny,
J 150, (2 day; special rates when permanent.
BOOKKEEPING, penmanship and business
mathematics taught bv the lesson at my
evening classes: students Just as successfully In
structed by mall; tuition payable by the single
lesson: voucher system a specialty: satlfrictloa
guaranteed: send stamp for circular. Wuiton
Wnolsey. Public Auditor and Accountant, 90
HIV ATE SCHOOL-Puplls to enter private
shorthand class beginning Tuesday, November
1; d ,y and evening sessions: arrange now. Private
ShoAhand institute. 310 cmlthfield st.
Fi nanclal Wanted.
JOHN K. EWING & CO., 107 Federal St.,
quick loans: money ready.
MON EY to loan on real estate security In any
sums desired: lowest rates of Interest: quick
and economical service,
x'iper x laarik, in ouriu
MONEY to loan at lowest market rates on oond
and mortgage: no delay. 'Reed B. Coylc &
Co., Cor. Fourth av. aud Grant st.
M ON EY to loan on mortgage: no delav; lowest
Interest. Howard Brown, 151 Fourth av.
MONEY to loan ou mortgages: lowest Interest;
no delay. Black Balrd. 95 Fourth av.
TO LOAN J203, 0011 on mortgages: ?100 and up
ward at 6 per cent; (500, 000 at 4) per cent on
residence or business property, vacant lots or
farms. S. H. French, 125 Fourth av. 4
"T7 ANTED Two mortgages for (4,000 and 45,000
IT quick; money ready. Piper & Clark, 131
WANTED Mortgages on Improved cltyor Alle
gheny city property. McCune & Coulter. 93
Dr. CLAYBUEN. fine paper hanger, kalso
. miner and decorator. 92 Ohio st., Alle
gheny. ELECTRIOMfg. and SnppIyCo.,310 Bissellblock.
Pgh.. 04 Federal, Allegh'y: incandescent and
bell wiring; electrical repairing a specialty;
EVERYBODY to know that Wyland sells the
celebrated Tanger brand of oysters: 30c quart,
tl per gallon. Allegheny market, stand 72.
PAIN 1 INC. and I'latu Glass glazing. It.CMlUer,
TO mechanical and electrical inventors Practical
working drawings made and technical assist
ance given; labor-saving devices and special ma
chlnerv designed to order for a fixed sum. Address
Electrfc, 112 Wood St.
ri 'HUNKS named toandiromtne East End for
JL fifty cents. Campbell & Davis, No. 12 Seventh
av. Telephone 276.
T7"ANTEI At once.a good second-hand derrick
t T complete, with heavy rig Iron: state amount
of work it has done, size of band wheel, location
and distance rrom railroad : give price or no notice
will be taken; will pay cash. Address D. Co.,
W "ANTED All business men to know That the
OifiWTipeclalty Co., 105 Third av.. keep in
stock the latest and best office furniture, filing
cabinets aud labor-saving office specfaltie6;work to
order and metallic vault fixtures are among their
"' ANTED r.vcrvone who warns the llnestand
t V cheapest wall paper in America to send for
Eampies; sem iree 10 any auoress. ix. It,
Paint and AVall Paper btore. 29: Fifth av,
WANTED-A second-hand typewriter's desk;
quick; give price for cash. P.O. Box 630.
"IITANTED Typewritten work neatly
1 V promptly executed at 80 Diamond st.
WEARERS or spectacles to nuy the best Si steel
aud (3 00 gold spectacles and eye glasses yet
offered ofW. L. Trleber, practical optician, at
Schaefer's Jewelry store. 150 Firth av.
Vlr OOD and pnoto engraving; nan tones; eieciro
V.T typing, itragdoii. 78 Fourth av.
Horses, Vehicles, Livo Stock For Sale.
BUGGY A good bar buggy with top will be sold
cheap to close up an estate. Apply to Fldelitv
'title anil Trust Co., Administrators, 121 and 123
Fourth av., Pittsburg, Pa.
ORSES One large team of fine carriage horses.
48 w. Diamond, Allegheny.
Machinery and Metals For Sale.
CYLINDER printing press. 67 Federal St., Alle
gheny. ENGINE One i6x30-lnch slide valve engine In
flrst-class condition: complete with governor:
South Bend wood pulleys with Iron hub and Iron
bushing: steam vacuum punips,syphons. Injectors:
new and 6econd-liand engines, boilers pumps and
machinery. J. B. bherrlrf MfgCo., 08, Water st.
FOR SALE-1 chler brick machine either for
steam or horse power: capacity, 20,000 per day;
1-10 It. pug mill and 1-10 ft. pan: the above ma
chinery has been in use only a sbort time and Is In
good running order, and if sold quick will takeone
hair their original cost. Call or address Irwin Red
Brick Co., Irwin. Pa.
Miscellaneous For Salo.
BUILDING material for sale-Bids will be re
ceived until, November 15 for the lumber and
material In Armour & Co.'s Wilklnsburg lcelng
station and trestle, to be removed by May 1. 1593;
building may be seen at any lime. Armour ft Co.,
DIAMONDS, watches. Jewelry, silverware,
clocks, etc.: $5 to (10 per month, Juo.
Mltsch, 130 Federal St.. Allegheny.
FOB S ALE-At auction, on Monday next, at 10
o'clock A, M at No. 33Wyhe av.. lot of
household furniture, consisting parlor suit, brus
sels and Ingrain carpets, chamber suits, hat rack,
tables, mattresses, bed lounge, rugs, marole-top
tables, awning; full assortment. A. J. Pentecost,
FOB SALE Entire furniture house, 43 Fourth
av., fourth floor, this Wednesday, 10 A.M.;
bouse will be open 8 A. si. Henry Auction Co.
I70R SALE A fine walnut bedroom suit, ward
? robe, piano and kitchen furniture, 33 Gist St.
SAFE-Second nand, 4x4x4.
T. H. D Dispatch
QASH4200 hotbed sash In good condition. Call at
k uiuicuswonn av., near neviue st.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FINE upright piano, nearly new, cheap.
Pennsylvania av., Allegheny.
Rubber Stamps and Stencils For Sale.
GET your rubber stamps, steel stamps, etenells,
seal presses, brass checks, etc. from Sheaffer
4 Co.. 49 Filth av.. DulTs College building.
RUBBER stamp ana seal factory, the largest In
Pittsburg, at 52 Fourth av. McMahon Bros.
CTENCILS. steel stamps.
Seal presses, rubber stamps, etc
V A Ilnnflna In L'lrtk r rv LfaVat
Business Opportunities For Sale.
BAKERY, confectionery and catering business;
one of the finest in the two cltlesta rare chance
for the right party; grocery stores 330 to (3,000;
shoe stores, cigar stores, restaurants, hotels. Per
clval & Gaston, 439 Grant st.
BARBER SHOP With four chairs, baths, doing
good business. In a new town on the P. R. K. ;
will sell cheap for cash. Address E. G., Dispatch
BUSINFS9 CHANCE An established express
business, doing a good trade; horses, wagous,
etc.. all In good condition and making money.
M. F. Hippie i Co., 8 Fourth av.
BUSINESS CHANCE-Drug store, one of the
best stands in the city. il. F. Hippie Co.,
90 Fourth av.
BUSINESS-Only (215 or more will establish
pleasant, p tying business, abroad or at home;
no risk. -10 Montgomery avenue, Allegheny.
GENERAL hardware business, in a good live
town In Pennsylvania, doing a good business
and making money. M. F. Hippie & Co., SO
INTERtST-?10.000-An Interest In one or the
largest manufacturing concerns in the city:
steady, increasing business can be shown; to the
right man here is an excellent opening. M. P.
Hippie & Co., 90 l ourth av.
LEASE And furniture of a hotel, doing a good
business; contains 32 rooms: centrally located.
M. F. Hippie & Co.. il Fourth av.
MANUFACTURING plant-Making glass house
supplies; here is a chance for a live man to
get an established business.
96 Fourth av.
ill. jr. nipple & i;o..
MEAT MARKET For hair value meat market
and grocery; eentrally located; cash receipts
S;00 to (50Operweek; reason for selllug sickness.
Address Meat, Dispatch office.
MILK ROUTE (65 gallon) on Southslde. Address
K. N., Dispatch ofilce.
ROUTE A good morning newspaper route; good
reason for selling. Address it. E. O., Dis
SALOON One of the finest saloons in Canton, O. :
central location, onnoslte the Court House.
.For particulars, address b. W.. 28 W. Tuscarawas
6t., Canton, O.
SALOON and boarding house for sale In good
location, with stock, fixtures and furniture.
Apply to Win. Billlngham. opposite Valley depot.
SALOON Cheap, a cosy little saloon In McCon
vllle Hotel block. Steubenville. O. Address
Saloon, corner Court aud Market. steuben Hie.
Business Properties For Sale.
1?OR SALE-On Firth av., an elegant bnsiness
site Nos. 245 and 317. lot 48x94 leet to allev.
with two three-story buildings, No. 355 having nine
rooms and large sioreroom. with two-story brick
In i ear having live rooms; No. 317 has 15 rooms and
large storeroom: good cellar under each; best or
sewerage: pas aud water in each house: this prop
erty will be sold at a bargain. Forfurther particu
lars call on or address John F. Ferguson & Co.,
No. H12Carsou St., S. S.
Manufacturing; Sites For Sale.
MANUFACTURING SITES in both cities and
in suburbs, with and without buildings and
machinery, with be. t of railroad and water facil
ities. Call or address T. H. Dickson, HI Fourth
av., room 45.
MANUFACTURING SITE lor SJie, 75x200: 60
feet B. & o. front; two houses: one two-story
frame building by 100. 330 Second av.
FOR SALE LOTS.
BUILDING LOT at a sacrifice: Butler street:
suitable for a business house, hotel or tene
ment dwellings. M. F. Hippie & Co., 96 4th av.
LOTS on Blufl and Vickroy sts.,
Robert Coward, a) Blufi'st.
THIRTEENTH WARD. Plttsburg-8 lots. eich60
feet front, extending back 120 feet to another
street; close to cable and electric roads,Iying beau
tifully, at trom JO to J30 per ft. front: also a num.
ir m ericctca luius, lid. a"ltslsh, 134 Firth av.,
East End Lots, For Sale.
BRUSHTON LOTS The two new rapid transit
Unec connecting Brushton with the city have
stimulated prices or vacant 'ground, and many
sales have been made at advanced figures; we have
a few lots ou BennettsU. r'rankstown av,, Kellv
sL. etc., at old prices and can offer positive bar
gains to quick buyers: ne have over 1P0 lots ror
salo in this rapidly grow lng borough, s. A. Dickie
t Co., Penn and shady avs., E. E.
(CENTER AV. lots. 48x175. only 52.CC0 each: street
J Improvements and sewers paid for; choice lo
cation: first-class improvements: on a main thor
oughfare; a limited number onlvofl'ercd at this
Cllcc; terms to suit. beeM. P. Howley &ton, 91
LOT-Cralg st, near Bayard,
hood, fine building lot, 50x166.
J. C. Kcllly, 8J
S CHEN Li Y PARK lots 5PX15U. or greater front
age If desired, on Woodland avenue, between
Forbes avenue and tchen!ey Park: beautifully sit
uated; on Squirrel Hill Street Railroad, also within
short distance of cable and Duquensc lines; as
phaltum pavement and all other Improvements;
cheap: easv terms. Apply 5100 Forbes or 20 Fifth
avenue, Frank F. N icola.
Q C Negley av., lot 50 reet front, paved and
tIDOtJ all complete: line surroundings; now is the
time to get this lot.
Howard Brown. 151 Fourth
Allegheny Lots For Sale.
CALIFORNIA AVE.-A fine building lot front-
lngGSft. on the avenue: street graded, paved1
and sewered: price (1, 600 ou good terms. A. Z.
Byers &. Co., 93 Federal st.
J70R SaLE 10 acres adjoining Dnnuesne Park,
? 10th ward, Allegheny Citv: will cut up well
into building lots. A. J. Pentecoit. 413 Grant st.
LOT On Fremont St.. 21x120 feet. A. D. Wilson,
55 Federal st., Allegheny.
Suburban Lots for Sale.
C1HAKTIERS LOTS Fine building lots at Char
J Iters (McKee's Rocks borough): (250 and up
ward, uccordlug to size and location: the most
accessible of any suburb or Pittsburg: 10 minutes
by the P. & L. E. R. It.; 15 minutes by Chartiers
packets; 20 minutes by new electric hue (now
almost completed) from foot or Fifth ave. ; these
lots front on line of electric road: are centrally
located in the midst ofa population or about 3,000;
Chartiers now has one large steel w orks. one roll
ing mill, one bridge works, one coke works, the
P. & L. E. It. 11. shops, besides several smaller
manuractories, and other large concerns bare pur
chased land ror factory sites. For plans and partic
ulars, call or address T. 11. DiCKSon, 111 Fourth
ave,. Room 45.
Coal Lands For Salo.
1300 Acres Third pool coal, with large river
1 frontage and best of shipping facilities. T.H.
Dickson. Ill Fourth av.. room 4.
FOR SALE IMPROVED EEAL ESTATE
FOR SALE At your own price. 5-room honse,
nearMantou av., Lawrenuevllle. li.J. Will
lams, 1-13 Fourth av.
"TOW, your opportunltv to get a cheap home: a
1 f9.000propertvfor(6,500;oucasvtenns, almost
new: well and substantially built and lu a good
locality, near Duquesne electric line; contains 9
rooms,' halls, bath, laundry; pantry, riout and rear
J torches, flue level sewered lot 50x100; come and
nvestlgate this, ai we can prove our assertion.
John D. Banks, 61 Fourth ave.
SOUTHSIDE In a line localltv. i-story orlck
dwelling or S rooms. 2 bathrooms, halls and
vestibule, inside shutters, good cemented cellar,
laundry, both gases, etc. ; lot 24x120.
John F. Fergnson ft Co.,
1412 Carson it.
WEBSTER AVENUE, near Junilla streets
story rrame dwelling or rooms bath, inside
w. c : price (3,500: lot 21xl&. J. C. ltellly, 80 Dia
WE have a fine 2-story and mansard pressed
brick house, with every modern conven
ience, on a good avenue, for $4,000. bcott ft Mc
Mlllen, 71 Federal st.
fly4 OOO for a nice appearing 2-storv stone front
D rt house. 7 rooms, hall and vestibule, on Din
widdle, that very pretty residence street; owner
wants to sell and above price Is below value. J. C.
Itcllly, H) Diamond st.
DM 030 Prettiest home In the city ror the monev:
JtXJLj new house. 5 rooms, hall, vestibule, city
water, porches, etc.: good neighborhood; Mt.
Washington, ii. J. Williams. 143 4th ave.
East End Residences For Sale.
FOR SALE An old homestead on one or the
best Improved residence streets In the East
End, consisting or a good, substantial 1 rick house
of 8 rooms, hall and bath, both gases, laundry, etc :
street paved and sewered: lot 43.vl.-0: will sell at a
bargain on terms to suit the purchaser. (101).
Dennlston, Eldcrkin ft Co., Ltd., 6232 Peun av
E, E. Tel. 5327.
FOB SALE Only (3.500, East End; cheap because
too large for present occupant; brick house 8
rooms (four on a floor, hall in center): stable in
rear, location very central and accessible. (98.)
W. A. Herron ft Sons, 80 4th av.
ONLY (5, 000 ror one or the most complete rrame
houses In East Ena; It is roomy and has every
modern convenience: hard wood cabinet mantes
and finished throughout in flrst-clas stvle: Hre
lot; centrally located, near cables, electric end P.
K. B.: terms very reasonable: see agents, S. A,
Dickie ft Co., Penn and Shady avs., E. E. 756'.
JM OOO Meyran ave Two-story frame dwell-
Jr) log, bath, h. and c. water, good sewerage:
lot 22x142 to Ward street; (1,600 Cash. J. C. Kcllly,
DO Diamond St.
FOB SALE IMPROVED ItEAL ESTATE
Eust End Residences For Sale.
qf 850 A bargain; must be sold at once; new
vDOi frame dwelling or $ rooms, hall, bath,
pantry, electric lights and combination fixtures:
natural and artificial gas: china closet, slate man
tels and tile hearths; sliding doors, dry cellar; a
complete home, close to electric and cable cars; in
good, healthy location, and on one of the best
avenues in the East End; lot 3 by 110, See H. J.
Long, corner Butler and 45th st.
QSA GOO On Larimer av.. Just
No. 1 new
qyt, unuKe, jwcuty-nrst warn.
frame dwelling, front and rear Dorches. 6 room.
bath and finished attic 2 slate mantels: will sell
house and lot. 24x100, for J3. sou. at terms to suit
purchaser: street ears will pass the door in the
spring; buy now before price is raised; possession
at once. Sec Thos. McCaffrey, 2iC0 Butler st.
QQ 700 -A very complete six-room and finished
tiUO; attic frame house, with a good lot. In ex
cellent neighborhood convenient to car lines: has
bath, inside closet, etc., and is one of the most de
sirable properties at the price in East End; terms
arranged to suit buyer. See agents, 3. A, Dickie
& Co.. Peun and Shady avs.. E. K. 432.
Q2Q 100 A two-story frame in excellent loca
(DO) Hon; within three minutes of electric line;
house papered and grained throughout: ba' hall,
vestibule. Inside shutters, citv water, good cellar.
fine lot; a property that is 6ure to enhance in
vaine. &. a. uic
uckle Jt Co., Penn and Shady avs.,
E. E. 471
Allegheny Residences For Sale.
ALLEGHENY Three ten ement houses, paying
10 per cent net; well located aud rented to
good tenants; here is a bargain to a qnlck cash
uyer. M. F. Hippie Co.. 90 Fourth av.
ARCH ST., near Ohio, brick bouse of 8 rooms,
hall, bath, laundry, inside w. c, range, both
pases and water: a good location ror a physician;
price (3,500. A. Z. ltjers & Co., 93 Federal st.
BOYLE ST.. Third ward, brick house or7 rooms,
lml, vestibule, etc., with lot 2uxSG ft. to an
price (5,000. A. Z. ByersA Co., 93 Federal
TXR SALE-A bargain on Sheffield st
jl gneny: can ana see aDout it.
55 Federal st.. Allegheny.
)EAL ESTATE bargains In all parts or Alle
i gheny. Scott & McMil.en. 71 Federal st.
CAN DUSKY ST., near Stockton av., line brick
O house or 13 rooms, hall, vestibule. Inside w. c,
all modern conveniences, with lot 20x110 ft. to au
alley; this property is well located for roomers or a
lodging house: terms very easy. A. Z. Byers &
Co., 93 Federal st.
SANDUSKY' ST.. near Park way Brick house,
8 rooms: will give you a bargain in this ir
bought soon. A. D. Wilson, 55 Federal St., Alle
gheny. Suburban Residences For Sale.
TAllGE residence property near depot. Sharps
j burg: well adapted ror hotel purpose. A.
Bauck, 441 Grant st.
LET W vile av.. 656. near Somer St..
house or eight rooms. r
East End Residences To Let.
TO LET (35 House or 8 rooms and reception
hall: both gases, electric bells, etc. ; No. 502
Mellon St., E. E. ; w 111 be rented till 1st or April or
longer. Apply ou premises,
Allegheny Residences To Let.
TO LET Ready for occupancy November 5, those
14 :-story brick dwellings opposite llartman's
Hotel, Petrel St.. Ninth ward Allegheny: gas and
water In houses: rents reasonable. A.J. Pentecost,
413 Grant St.. Pittsburg.
rpOLET-John K. EwingA CO.. 107 Federal st..
j. ucauquariers lor .auegueny nouses; iree nsi.
Suburban Residences To Let.
rpo LET At Bellevue station, house 8 rooms;
JL modern improvements; large corner lot: onlv
6 minutes from station. A. D. Wilson, 55 Federal
Rooms To Let,
k LDER BT.
6105 Two nicely furnished rooms;
ARCH 'ST., 75M. Allcgheny-Second-story front
room : reasonable lent.
ARCH ST.. 97, Allcgheny-Second-story front
room, furnished; (12.
k ECU ST.. 64. Allegheny, facing Ohio-Furnished
4 XX rooms.
BROAD ST.. 5618. East End-Front alcove room;
conveniences; near Negley and Penn avs.
BROAD ST.. 6108, East End Furnished, one
front room; gases, bath.
CIOLWELL ST., 112-3 rooms,
- all conveniences; upstairs.
second floor, (15;
221, Allegheny Front room with
SANDUSKY ST.. 97, Allegheny Furnished room,
with or without board.
OUERIDAN AV.. 225. East End-Two furnished
O ruoms; all modern Improvements; 3 uiinutea
lrom cable lines.
SHILANDAV.. 409-Second story front room
with connecting hall room.
SPABR PLACE. 348, E, End Furnished room
with use of bath.
rpHIRD AV.. J52. opposite postoffie, third floor
JL Two rooms and attic. J. S. Murray, 409 Grant
Z bee additional adiets unuer Wanted Boarders
Business Stands To Let.
TO LET Room, with or without power; also,
storage room, drv kiln, capacity 0,000 ft.; will
lease kllu or dry lumber by contract. Head Bolt
Works, Grant and Boquet sts., Allegheny. Apply
on premises or to 11. A. Spangler, 'lulrd National
tPO LET Space with power; every convenience;
JL corner Penn av. and Third st, Nicola Bros.,
20 Filth av.
Offlces, Desk Room, Etc To Let.
TO LET In the Ferguson block. Third and
Fourth avs., a rew choice offices; day and
night elevator, electric clocks and Janitor services
free: rent low. Black & Balrd. No. 95 Fourth av.
rpo LET In the Hamilton building. 91-93 Firth
X' av.. choice offlces, with all conveniences; rent
low. Black ft Balrd. No. 95 Fourth av.
TO LET Desk room In Penn building, office No.
713, with use of telephone; to a party who has
use for stenographer preferred.
Miscellaneous To Lets.
TO LET Cyclorama Auditorium is never called
Cyclorama hall, and we don't rent to 50c
dances. That this is the best way to conduct the
laigestand best hall in Western Pennsylvania Is
shown by the number or first-class engagement, we
arc booking. Come early or you will ha, e to take
what is left. H. W. McDonald ft Co. .Proprietors,
75 Irwin av,, Allegheny.
TO LET Third floor. Masonic Bank building:
rooms suitable for artist draughtsman, archl
tcct or light manufacturing.-,'
PERSONAL Rag carpets wove to order. 51
North Diamond St., Allegheny.
PERSONAL Jas. II. Curry. 279 Federal St.. Al
1 legheuy, Indies.' tailor; riding habits a spe
cialty. PERSONAL-James. H. Currv. 279 Federal St.,
Allegheny ; ladles' tabor; riding habits a speci
alty. IiEEsONAL Stenography and typewriting thor
oughly taught, l'rluie Shorthand Institute,
315 Slnlthneld St.
IJERstiNAL Credit, yes, credit, on fine dress
goods, silks, satins, wraps.etc. at J. Dwyer's
Room 4. McCance block. 701 amltlifleld.
can buy gents' solid gold
full leweled Elgin lor ;;. at 109 Car-
sou st. ; repairing a specialty. A. Carlson.
PERSONAL Ta-va-zon Cough Syrup; uneqiialed
lor cough, colds, consumption, throat and
lung dlsense; every bottle guaranteed. Dr. Grif
fith. Third aud Grant, Pittsburg.
PERGONAL tlair. moles, etc.. on ladies" races
permanently destroyed by tho electric needle
without pain or scar; consultation tree. Miss
btreng, office 903 Penn av.. Dickson building.
PERSON AL-Ladlcs wlsblngto take iurko Face
Baths or face massage for removing blemishes
and improving the complexion will please visit my
parlors at 903 Peun av.. Pittsburg. Miss bherwood.
PERSON AL ,Whcn I was a small bov my motlipr
always repaired my breeches and jacket, but
since I got to' be a great big man. Dickson, the
well-known tailor, 65 Fifth av., cor. Wood st.,
second floor, has been substituted, who now does
all my cleaning, pressing aud renovating In great
Ehape 'I el. 155.-.
LOST An old-Iashioncd gold seal or charm; the
finder wlllbe rewarded by returning to office
Marvin Biscuit Worns, Liberty St.
IOST-On Sunday. Oct. S 1S92, on Sixth ave..
J between Smllhfleld and Wood sts., gold cuff
button. Reward If returned to Dispatch office.
IOST-Pin-On Thursday afternoon, ou Ftrtli
J av., between Market and Sinltimeld sts. A
liberal reward will be paid for lt return to the
Dawes Mfg. Co., 14 and J6 Wood st.
LOST Little boy, Benny, age 12, son of G. A.
Leibtag, Finleyvllle,-Pa.. disappeared from
home September 18, dressed in Jean knee pants,
light waist with pink cross bars, brownish coat
with black striped cross bars, black straw hat.
brown hair, gray eyes, is slim built, walks with
handsln pockets. Last heard of at Zanesvllle Thurs
day. Any Information answering description
please advise parents. Zanesvllle and Newark
papers please copy.-
? 350 Wylle av.
McGranor's suro pile cure.
I70UND The only reliable tree hand portrait
artists In cravon and water colors: finest
grades only: all worfc.donc In windows In presence
of the public; order now and pav for Christmas:
stores open until 9 P.M.: satisfaction guaranteed
ornocuarge. Jos. P. Cowan. Prop. Union Ar
tists' Portrait Cd:. first floors 708 Liberty St.. 607
Wood St.: Branch 26 Ohio et.j we employ no
agents. Telepnone 2172.
Proposals are solicited for immediate con
struction of about 2,300 feet of Township
road, in Plnm Township, at Logan's Ferry
Station, A. V. Railway. Flans aud specifica
tions supplied on application to
Resident Engineer, A. V. B'y Co.,
General Offlces, Pittsbnrjr.
PROPOSALS FOlt BOROUGH ENGINEER
Healed proposals will be received
till NOVEMBER 12 at G p. jr. for dointrall
the work necessary to be uono by n bor
ough engineer in and for Tnrtle Creek Dor
ongh; proposals will state rate per dav of
field and office worK and be indorsed "Pro
posals for Borough Engineer," and mailed
to W. Jay Smith. Tu-tle Creek, Pa. For
further information annlv to W. J. Smith.
P. G. Zlschkan or W. L. ilnnter, M. D., in,
the borough. Council reserves the risht to
reject any or all bids. W.JAY SMITH,
of Street Committee.
These lots front on Shady, Dennlston and
Lindon avenues the latter paved, and on
the beautiful 80-:oot boulevard, known as
Beechwood avenue, now being sur
veyed by the City Engineers, wlilob,
when completed, will connect Highland and
Schenloy Parks, the two beautiful garden
spots of which PIttsburgers feel so justly
These lots certainly commend themselves
to the attention of careful investors for
many reasons. For Instance, they lay beau
tifully, command views that are unsur
passed in the whole East Liberty Vallov,
are in an elegant, first-class neighborhood,
and are the most convenient plan of lots in
this coming Held to cable and electric cars.
For terms and salesmen to show you
property call on
C. L STUB & SONS,
Cor. Third and Wood st.
Within 20 Minutes of
WALL STATION, P. R. R.
ONLY $10,000 FOR THE WHOLE.
This would retail in large lots to a great
advantage. COME AT ONCE IP YOU
J. U. COLEMAN 4 CO.,
Telephone H25. No. 6212 Penn ave., E. E.
LOTS. LOTS. LOTS-
$500 per acre. Adjolnins property Is selling
from $1,200 to $1,500 per acre. Specially
adapted for sub-division. Greatest bargain
in tho East End.
MOORE & KELLY,
620S PENN AVE.
HOWE AND COLLEGE.
TWO CORNER LOTS,
50x120 and 119x118 respectively. These are
two of tho choicest residence spots in the
entiro East End. Will sell at a reasonable
price and on easy terms to the right kind of
Enrchaser. Nothing but brick or .stone
ouses allowed. LIGGETT BROS..
71 Diamond st.
HIVE YOU GOT
A few hundred dollars that you want to put
to gootl uset If so, put it Into a home su cli as
wo havo at Junction of Wyllo and Webster
avenues, now two-story frames, Just finished,
at less then yon could build same for. They
have nice ball, 5 rooms nnd bathroom,
pantry and cellar: payment $20 per month.
J. C. EEILLY,
80 Diamond street.
Ton Can live Under Your Own
VINE AND FIG TREE
Just think, 2 acres of ground, good frame
house, fruit and shade trees on Squirrel
Hill for $8,500.
Tou lost a bargain last week. Will you
JAMES M. WILKINSON,
421 WOOD ST.,
Chamber of Commerce floor.
Wanted Horses to Winter.
Owners of horses desiring to have
them well taken care of for the winter
can make arrangements with Taylor &
Bullock, No. 935 Liberty St., from 9 to 12
A. M. this (Tuesday) morning, or address
Box 42, Frankfort Springs, Pa. Terms
reasonable, satisfaction guaranteed and
best of relercnces furnished.
Five years old; sound; very kind and gen
tie; also buggy and harness; will bs sold
cheap. 437 Penn av. tts
Correot Fall Suitings and Overcoatings
H. & C. F. AHLEBS,
Merchant Tailors. 420 Smithfleld St.
Adds another industry to those already established, and makes
another guarantee to lot buyers. PUT YOUR SAVINGS
INTO KENSINGTON if you want to double them. With
the announcement of
ANOTHER GREAT STEEL WORKS
Which is to locate at Kensington, the price of all lots will
be advanced 25 per cent.
We made a special in lots during the summer to induce
building to house the army of men employed at KENSING
TON. No advance has been made yet. Buy at once if yott
want to get the benefit of the low prices.
500 MORE HOUSES ARE NEEDED
At Kensington at once. Come to the office of
THE KENSINGTON MOMENT CO.,
No. 79 Fourth Ave,, Pittsburg,. Pa.,
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