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'jf -;,-,. v FTTTSBtrEG- "DISPATCH, OOTOBEEf 20, 188 SIXNDAY,, xruDi 5 3. o?s GfiBBD' AND CONDUCT. A Man of Degraded Character Can not Have an Honest Belief. ONLY THE GOOD CAN SEE GOD. The Meaning of Christ's Call to Matthew, the Publican. WHAT IT MEANS TO POLLOW JESUS. nrotrrrzs ron Tint dispjltch.1 I was speaking last Sunday about the call or Matthew, and especially about the significance of the fact that Christ noticed Matthew at alt. But He did more than notice him. He invited him into His com pany. . It is worth noticing that when Christ called Matthew He did not preach any long sermon at him. He passed by, coming from the wharves where men crowded together, as they do on Sunday evenings under the roof of the East Liberty station. He passed by, going up the street into the town, and looked at Matthew sitting on one of the steps of the custom house, and said, "Follow Me." He might have said a good deal more than that. "We have not really begun to read the life of Christ until we have learned to read not only Hi! speech, but His silence. It means something, that Christ said, "Fol low Me," and added no word more. Because this publican, Matthew, was a man marked, we cannot doubt, by serious delects, both moral and spiritual. We are much mistaken in our estimate of human nature, if there was not a good deal that was wronc in both the creed and -the char acter of Matthew. It is next to incredible that a man who had the reputation which the publicans hid, should not somehow have sastained that reputation. The dog who is given a bad name is pretty sure to deserve hanging, presently. There was nothing in the cir cumstances of Matthew which persuaded him to be good. Nobody expected a pub lican to be good. For a publican to en deavor alter righteousness was simply to be eccentric. The man could hardly be quite sane. Ton can see how that would influ ence behavior. While, on the other hand, all the conditions of Matthew's life con spired to invite him along that descending path which opens at last upon the borders of THE BOTTOMLESS PIT. And character is pretty sure to have its effect on a man's creed. It is possible, I know, for one's conduct to be better than his creed. Ajd when we think of all the hard-heaned doctrines which have held the belief of icn, wa may well thank God for that. But a man's creed taking tnat to mean his honest faith can rarely be saved from degradation if his character is de graded. Only the good can see God. Only by obedience can men gain spiritual knowledge. A man in Matthew's position must have had grave defects in his creed. Even if we leave out all consideration of his character, one who knows that the re ligious world is against him, especially if the opposition is unjust, will naturally set his face against the doctrines which the religious world upholds, even though they mav be true. Here, then, was Matthew, a sinner and a skeptic. And yet in the address of Chrit was neither argument nor exhortation. He asked neither faith nor repentance. He said, "Follow Mc." Because Christian conduct is not based on exhortation, nor Christian faith on argu ment. The center ot the Christian life is Christ. The best definitior of good Chris tian conduct is thht it is a following of Christ And I ask no better definition of Christian faith than is contained in the same words. Christian faith is that which makes one follow Christ. The best persuasive to right conduct is not exhortation but brotherly love. Scold ing has little to do with sanctification. Ex hortation, expostulation, threats, excommu nications, seldom help people. They hinder rather than help, because they antagonize, set people at a distance, build np walls of prejudice and opposition. There is an un pleasant trait in human nature which we probably get from Adam, for it can be traced back as far as the history of the race extends an unpleasant trait which makes us desire to do just what we are commanded not to do. St Paul understood it, when he spoke of sin coming into the world when law came. Sometimes good advice seems to em phasize this trait No; the only way to drive the bad altogether out is to'bring the good in. And that comes in along the ave nue ot BEOTHEBLY LOVE. , Christ did not stop and preach to Matthew, though Matthew's life would no doubt have furnished texts for several long sermons. In stead of that He held out a brotherly hand to him. He passed over for the present all that was bad, and appealed to the good. He held out His friendly hand and said, "Follow me." He knew well enough that once that publican got within the circle of His dailv influence where he could hear His words and learn His spirit and feel the inspiration of His inendship, He knew that the repentance part ot it would be all right Because repentance and conviction of sin come not so much by exhortation as by knowing and following Christ If you are conscious of that spiritual lack which is in the character ot many estimable people, the lack of the consciousness of sin, here is the remedy which we learn in the dealing of Christ with Matthew: You need not weary vour mind with long examinations of your Iihj ;. need not worry jour heart with meditations upon future punishment. Neither of these is the best path to repent ance, at least neither was the path which Christ pointed out to Matthew. Strive to know and follow Christ lhatisthe way. Setyourlife by the side of His life. Bring the real close to the ideal. That will make you conscious ol shortcoming. He who comes to know Christ has learned to know himself. He has discovered the meaning of repentance. And the meaning of faith, too. Because true faith, like right conduct comes by knowing Christ,and following Christ Very few who lack faith ever gain it by any process of argument Because faith is like love, like other deepest convictions of our nature; it cannot be anchored to human speech, it soars beyond the range of argu ment The truth is, that appreciation of spiritual things, like appreciation 01 beauty or ot wisdom, waits upon the prepared ifcean. And a man's heart is prepared lor the coming in of spiritual truth, not by J argument. .Argument, 'ur iue musi part, sets, up more barriers than it pulls down. It is love which SWEEPS THE BABBLERS AWAY. Matthew, it is quite likely, as we have seen, was a very mistaken theologian. If he thought about theological matters at all. he must have beena heretic. He had etery reason to be prejudiced against ortho doxy. And if Christ had sat down beside him on the custooi-house steps, and begun an argument with him, Matthew would quite likely have proved a hard man to persuade. But tbe.brotherly hand touched Matthew's hearVind when Christ asked no questions on the creed, but said onJy, "Follow Me," Slattbewas quite ready to do that. And Chriit'knew how step by step his laith would grow? That is the best way for anybody's jaitn to prow, like the great oaks, from within outward. He who would grow into a knowledge of spiritual truth, perhaps the theologies and tbe "evidences" may help him, and perhaps not, but Christ will help bim. He in whom the "eternally ideal" has become tbe "his torically real will help him. Put away all questions about hard doctrines for a little while, think no more of them than Matthew thought nd look at ch"st Get the lile of Christ into your mind and His spirit into your heart and -life. Yen cannot follow Christ along the roads of Palestine, but you can follow Htm just as genuinely along the streets of Pittsburg. You cannot follow Christ with your feet, setting them in the visible marks of His feet but you can fol low Him with your heart Behold Him in the pages of the Gospels. Listen there to His gracious speech. Imitate Hun as best you can. Do every hour as you think He would have you do. That is what the fol lowing of Christ means. And that will bring you all the faith you need. George Hodges. An Old Citizen Gone. Mr. Alired Hamsonj one of the oldest residents of the East Liberty Valley, died at his home, No. 4930 Ellsworth ave., Shady side, Saturday morning, October 19, 1889, at 11:15, after an illness of some five weeks duration, of typhoid fever, in the 61st year of his are. Dunne the whole of his life, closely Identified first with the farming and later with the business interests of the East End, his bomewhat unexpected death is re ceived with sincere sorrow by those whose pleasure it was to know him. He was born near Pottsville, Schuylkill county, in this State, April 27, 1829, the youngest son of Thomas and Margaret Har rison, who emigrated to this countrv irom Durham, England, about 1817, and settled near Pottsville, where they opened the first coal mine in that section. When Mr. Harrison was but 3 weeks old his parents came to Pitts bure, locating for the first three months in what is now the Eighth ward, but settled permanently on the old "Aiken" farm, where the subject of this sketch lived for the past 47 years. The house in which Mr. Harrison died is the old "Aiken" mansion. By trade Mr. Harrison was a blacksmith and wagon maker, and as such furnished wagons for the Government during the Mexican War. Later he turned his atten tion to the dairy business and also 'to real estate and contracting, and so continued un til his death. He was among tbe first to foresee the future growth and development of the East Liberty Valley.and his judicious investments in real estate made from time to time have fully justified his wisdom. He was one of the lounders and a consistent member of the Shadyside Presbyterian Church. Among all his friends and ac quaintances Mr. Harrison will be gratefully remembered as a man of larre, generous and genial disposition and character, whose kindly acts and practical benevolence never were known to any but the recipients. And among his associates his sterling worth as a ci'izen and a Christian were universally acknowledged and admired. To Whom Ic Mnv Concern. PrrrsBtrso, October 17, 18S9. Standard Plumbing Company, City: Deab Sibs I am usi ng Anderson's Warm Air Fed Gas Fires. Consider it a perfect success. Would not do without it. Get double the amount of heat and burn less gas than I did before usintr it Would cheer fully recommend it to all who burn natural gas. Bepectlully yours, Stakdisk Montgomery, Bureau ot Electricity, City Hall. For sale by tbe fsllowiug practical plumbers: Joseph Jones & Co., Main and Alexander streets, "West End; F. Kohne & Co., 141 Fourth avenne anil Hazelwood; Lambert & Becket Libertv street and Re doubt alley; Standard Plumbing Co., 82 Fourth avenue. 810 00 TO CHICAGO. Antnmn Excursion Tin ibe Pennsylvania Llnrs. The Pennsylvania Company will sell excursion tickets to Chicago on Saturday, October 26, for trains leaving Pittsburg at 7:25 A. 31., 1220 aud 1:00 P JL, central time, good for return passage by trains leaving Chicago until November 2. For full information apply to Samuel Moodv, D. P. A., 1127 Liberty street. At GroelzlnBerV Special Sale Next Wednesday, of all goods on display at the Exposition, will be included all short lengths ot brussels and ingrain" carpets ac cumulating from the brisk fall trade at half price. The pieces run from 10 to SO vards. 627 and 629 Penn avenue, next Wednesday. Why So Foolish As to pay the regular price for a corset, when you can get the same corset from 25c o 75c cheaper at the closing-out sale of F. Schoenthai, 612 Penn avenue. JAMES H. CARMICHAEL, Republican Nominee for Mayor of Buffalo, Testifies in strongest manner to the efficiency of Coaline Headache Powders. Of Course Ton Saw Onr Carpet At the Exposition. On Wednesday morn ing next, October 23, the entire display, which was slightly soiled by the dust, will' be placed on sale at 50 cents on the dollar. Edward Groetzinger, 627 aud 629 Penn avenue. Don't Be n Dnnco And pay the regular price for kid gloves when you can get the verv best makes 25 per cent cheaper at the closing-out sale of F. Schoenthai, 612 Penn avenue. F. &V.'s Iron City beer is unrivaled. Connoisseurs pronounce it so. BANNER IHK;ING 30WPER AIWAY5 THE 8 MOUNTAIN CAKE. To the yolks of six eggs, well beaten, add two cups wbite sugar, three-quarters cup butter, one cup sweet milk, three and a halt cups flour having mixed thoroughly through it one measure "Banner" Baking Powder, whites of two eggs, beaten stiff; bake in jelly cake pans; when cold spread each layer with an icing made of tbe whites of four eges, beaten stiff, one pound powdered sugar and one iablespoonful extract of lemon. Ladies who desire to become more efficient in managing their calinarv department should possess a copy of the "Banner Recipe Book." This handsome book is replete with valuable household information; with instructions for baking biscuits, rolls, muf fins and all kindsof lancy cakes; tells how to prooerly roast bake and broil meats, fish and fowl; how to make French and Mayon aise dressings, to prepare all kinds of fancy desserts, etc, etc. There is no baking powder comparable to tbe old reliable '"Banner" Baking Powder, which has been used in many ot onr very best families for nearly a quarter of a cen tury. Amateur bakers and even quite small children b.ike delightful cakes with it. Order a pound can with the Banner Be cipe Book from your grocer. If he cannot supply the book, send your address to Ban ner Baking Powder Companv, P. O. boy 245, Pittsburg, Pa,, and we will mail it free. Ladies, don't get discouraged when things about the house become soiled. Scourene, scourene, scourene. HOUSE CLEANING MASS EAST. "Scourene" to clean windows. "Scourene" to clean woodwork. "Scourene" to clean bathtubs. "Scourene" to clean marble slabs. "Scourene" to clean tinware. r "Scourpno" only 5 cents a cake. Wfi jistA llml .tl CHILDREN ON HAERIAGE. Threw Little Tots Conduct a Ceremony on Modern Principles. Children are the keenest of observers and the most practical deducers; indeed, their deductions are often more astonishing than agreeable to their elders. Though we laugh, we do not always enjoy having our weakness revealed to us by the.babblings of babes. Six little children were at play, says the Kansas City Star, and whether it was that they grew tired of familiar games or that the innate principle, "It was not good for man to be alone," craved expression, they determined to have a wedding. John, aged 8, should marry Hatty, aged 5, and Brother Harry would speak "the words that bind." Now, Harry had never heard a marriage ceremony and was entirely ignorant of the Prevalent pledges; but was he at a loss? Not e. He knew what papa and mama con sidered of paramount virtue, and surely what they each so eagerlv desired must con stitute the requisite of a happy married life. The candidates of wedlock were requested to stand side by side, and gravely obej ed. "Hatty, will you get up in the morning and see that John has his breakfast in time, and that he has good things to eat and never has to wait for his meals?" "John will you give her all the money she wants?" That was all, but does it not contain the quintescence of married lelicity?" A NARROW ESCAPE. A Canadian Farmer Escapes From His Cof fin During the Burial Service. Stories about persons showing signs of life after having been prepared for the grave need to be taken with a grain of salt, even this one irom Canada, which seems most plausible: "Augusts Archambault, a far mer of Coaticoke, a town near Montreal, narrowly escaped being buried alive yester day. Archambault had been seriously ill for some weeks with supposed typhoid fever. Friday night he began to sink rapidly and early Saturday all signs of life ceased, and the doctor pronounced him dead. The umal wake was held, and yesterday being fixed npon for bnrying the supposed deceased, the remains were tken to the village church and afterward to the graveyard. The friends of the farmer were gathered around the grave, into which the coffin was being low ered, when all were startled by hearing a groan from it. The coffin was at once burst open, when it was found that Archambault was alive. He was hurriedly carried home, and though very weak tbe two physicians who were calle'd have hopes of completely restoring him to health." A JOKE ON THE 1)00. The Animal Not to Blame for Disobeying Itnles He Couldn't Bead. Chicago Herald : Last Sunday afternoon an old, gray-haired gentleman appeared in Jackson Park. He was accompanied by a small lap-dog of the pug species. This dog ran about in an aimless way which indicated that he did not have any more sense than a stamped envelope. He trotted over the flower beds and left his footprints among the plants, and he had his own way until a park police man caught sight of him. Finding out who was the owner of the dog the policeman ap proached the Id gentleman, tapped him on the shoulder and said. "See here, my friend, you must have that dog keep away from the flowers. Don't you see that sign reading, 'Dogs not allowed on the gray:?' " The old gentleman chnckled, jerked his thnmb toward the dog, and replied: "Yes, I see it but that little cuss can't read." He thought it was a good joke on the dog, and he refused to think otherwise until the policeman threatened to lock him up if he did not call off the dog, which he did. A CANADIAN'S DOG TEAM. Tho Novel Turnout Owned by a Resident of n Maine Clrr. Leirlston Journal.! The most unique team in Maine is iu Lew iston. It is cwned by a French Canadian who drove down from North Anson, and who was out on Sunday airing his turnout in tbe presence of admiring crowds. It is a team of three dogs two at the pole and one leader. They are little fellows but so spry! When they travel they do it just as though they were chasipg a low-flying bird and, as they leap along it is in perfect harmony of action. The carriage is a rough, impromp tu affair and the harness the same. He drove them, he says, 40 miles in five hours and they out travel a fast horse. A well-known Lewiston hackman was ont on Lincoln street Sunday, as they started out with two men on the seat of the dog team. He tried to catch them with his horse and couldn't do it The dog team skimmed along like the wind. The owner has quite a .fancy tor dogs aud sold one to "Walter Main b, the circus proprietor, this summer, for $125. PERSONAL IDIOSYNCRASIES. A Man Who Feared He Would Blow Awny and a Lndy Afraid of Tea Caps. New York Ledger.! Many years ago we were acquainted with a gentleman who firmly believed that he weighed only two ounces. He never left the house when there was any wind stirring let he should be blown away. If a breeze sprang up while he was out he would cling to any coign of vantage within his reach and bawl lustily for some one to come and take him home. Yet upon every subject ex cept his own gravity he was entirely sane. A highly intelligent lady who died a few years ago in this city was a monomaniac as regarding glass and china. The sight of a tumbler or a tea cup would throw her into convulsions. F. & V.'s Iron City beer is unrivaled. Connoisseurs pronounce it so. MEETINGS). THE MEMBERS OF EUREKA COUNCIL No. 38, Jr. O. U. A. M. will meet at their council chamber, cor. Frankstown ave. and Station st, E. End, SUNDAY, Oct 20, at 12 o'clock, to attend tho funeral of our late broth er, J. H. King. Members of. sister Councils respectfully invited to attend. M. A. COLEMAN. C. A. S. JONES. R. S. QC19-S8 DTBWfaauoliTElEpiiDnE. $2,000 REWARD. A description or mention of Daniel Draw baugb's talking machine or telephone inven tion was printed fn some Pensylvania news papers at sometime between the ears 1870 and isre. Search has been made in tbe public libraries and the newspaper offioes of that State foreuch newspapers. The tiles of sdwi papers are In many cases complete, both prior and subse quent to said years, but the tile covering the precise period in question have either disap peared or been mutilated. Tbe undersigned will pay a reward of $1,000 to tbe person uho will be tbe first to place in their possession a genuine original copy of tbe newspaper contalnlne such de-criptlon or men tion of Daniel Drawbauch's talking mtchine. or to tbe one who first restores tbe files con taining such copy to the public library or news, paper office from which the same was taken. Tbe undersigned will also pay tbe sum of 31,000 for tbe detection and conviction ot tbe person or persons causlnzsald disappearance or mutilation of said tilt. All persons who have old files of Pennsylva nia newspapers are requested to examlno the same for such publication made during the years mentioned, BEWARD, DACOSTA 4 GUTHRIE, 2J Nassau street. New York City. Datsd, New Yobx, October, 1889. OC20-90-D MONEY TO IRELAND, BCOTLAND AND England can best be sent by checks on the "Cheque Bank," which are cashed by all bankers, merchants and tradespeople. Pitts burg Agency MAX SCHAMBEBGA CO., 627 Smlthfield st, Pittsburg, e25-wsu K3-Dirplay advertisements one dollar per square for one insertion. Classified advertise ments on this page ruch as ITcmied, For Sale, To Let, etc, ten cents per line for each inser tion, and none taken for less than fifty tents. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BRANCH OFFICES. For tho accommodation of tbo, public, Branch Offices have been established at the following places, where Want, For Sale, To Let, and other transient advertisements will be received up to 9 P. M. for inser tion nest morning: Advertisements are to be prepaid except where advertisers already bare accounts with THE WB PATCH. P1TTSBUEO. THOMAS MCCAF KKEY. S5u8 Butler street. F.J1IL, G. STUCKEY, Stth street and Penn ave. E. G. STUCKEY 4CO., Wylle ave. and Fultonst. N. BTOKELY. Filth Avenue Market House. XASTXND. J. W. WALLACE, Oil Puna avenne. OAKLAND. McALLISTEttSHEIIJLER,Stn,av. AAlwoodst. SOUTHSIDX. JACOB 8POHN. Xo. 2 Carson street. E. A. DUNALDSOX. 1707 Carson street. , ALLEGHENY. A. J. KAEKCHEK, 59 Federal street. H. J. McllRIUF, Market Houe, Allegheny. FRF.DH. EGGEItS. 7Z Ohio ttreet. F. H, EGGEKSASON. Ohio and Chestnut sts. J. F. STEVENSON. Arch aud Jackson streets. THOMAS McHENKY, Western and Irwin aves. G. W. HUGHES, PenniTlvaata and Beaver aTes. PE11KY M. GLEIM. Kehecca and Allegheny aves. SULLVALE BOKOUUH. W. W. FLOCK.ER. Stationer. No. t Grant ave. WANTED. ais&le Hcln WANTED-TEN FIRST-CLASS NON-UNION machinery molders. Address MOLDEKS, Dispatch office. oc20-87 WANTED-A GOOD WAGONMAKEK AT677 and 679 TREBLE AVE., Woods'- Run, Ninth ward. Allegheny. OC20-32 WANTEII-THREE GOOD TINNERS. IV UU1KE C. J. AMMON, SS Shiloh St.. Mr. Washington, bouthside, city. OC18-63 WANTED-A FIRbT-CLASS MANTEL AND tile setter. Apply to F1TTSBUKG TILING COMPANY, 213 Wood street. OC20-64 -TTf ANTED ENERGETIC YOUNG MAN TO tv encage In the real estate Dullness. J. K. COOFEK & CO., 107 Fourth ave. ocl9-89 WANTED-AT ONCE, TWO COATMAKERS: steady work and rood prices. Address J. L. LOCKHART. Washington, Pa. ocSO-113 TXA N T E D PORTRAIT CANVASSERS vV Rreater percental or salary than by any other. Address M. K., Dispatch office. oc20-33 WANTED-DRUG-CLERK W11HTHREETO five years' experience. Address, with ref erence. C. G. W., Box 17, Sewlckley, Pa. OC19-33 WANTED TWO YOUNG MEN TO ACT AS agents: 6alary or commission. ELECTRIC PORTRAIT CO., 10 and 12 felxth St., top floor. OC20-1 WANTED-10 BLOCK STONE PAVERS AND 2 rammers: report at Walnnt st . McKees port. Tuesday morning, JOHN CALLAHAN. ocJO-97 WANTEU SALESMAN TO SELL GOODS BY sample: good salary paid. Write to CEN TENNIALMFG CO., Cincinnati, O , or Chicago. se3-75-TTSSu -T7AN1ED 100 LABORERS-WAGES f 1 50 TV and 11 75 per day. Anplv at De Haven sta.. P. & W. K. K., H. F. GETtLEMAN, Con tractor. OC19-25 WANTED-DRUG CLERK OF EXPERI ENCE competent to take full charge at STEPHENSON'S MODEL PHARMACY. Greens bnrg, Pa. ocJO-115 ANTED 15 OB 20 STONE MASONS. Apply at the Presbyterian Chnrch at Turtle Creek or Airbrake Works, Wllmerdlng. JAMtS N1COLL. OC20-104 -TITANTED-TWO A No. 1 SALESMEN TO YV sell candy and crackers, only men of expe rience need apply. Address DRUMMER, Dis patch office. oclS-65-TuFSU VTrANTED-A BOY WHO HAS HAD SOME V experience on coats, to finish his trade with a first-class man.' Address TAILOR. Dis patch office. OCSM08 WANTED - ASSISTANT WATCHMAKER and French clock repairer; give reference. wnere lasi emnioTea ana wages expeciea. act dress P. O. BOX 953, city. OC20-I3I WANTED-FOR THE AMERICAN BUILDING Loin and Investment Society men as can vasser. Apply to A. GOLUXHOKPE, General Agent, Room 714, Lewis block. ocCO-tj ANTED A GENTLEMAN ABOUT 30 years of age, knowing the city well, to classify aud receive orders; a permanent position to right man: good salary. UNION CREDIT CO., 103 fourth STe. OC20-S9-WFSU -TTANTF.D-GOCD AGEXTS-100 PER CENT V profit In onr goods and f35 gold watch to each agent buying g200 worth goods In 3 months. Address, with stamp, CUNNINGHAM & TABK, Manorvllle. Armstrong; cn P. ocIO-114 A.NTED-AN EXPERIENCED GROCEBT and tea salesman to take orders for cash; oneiacqualnted on Soulhstde and speaking En- gllsh German and Polish. Inquire at 1. F, OHUCHMAN'S, 53 booth Twelfth St. OC19-60 AN1EU-FOK THE UNITED STATES army, able-bodied, unmarried men, between the ages of 51 and 35 years; good pay, rations, clothing and medical attendance. Apply at NO 815 PENN AVENUE, Pittsburg, Pa. Jy21-30-wsu TlTANTED-DETECTrVES IN EVERY COTJN V TY; shrewd men to act under Instruction In our secret service; experience not necessary; send I-cent stamp.- GHANNAN DETECTIVE BUREAU CO., Arcade, Cincinnati, O. ocl3-107-Thsa ANTED -3 HONEST, ACTIVE MEN TO sell household goods In Pittsburg and Al legheny: we have all kinds of Roods that people buy fast because they need them. Call and get terras. E. GATELY4C0., 25 Federal st , Alle gheny. oc20-lt7-Tnsu WANTED-BUS1NESS MEN AT SMART'S COLLEGE. No t Sixth St.; expert book keeping and balancing, arithmetic, penmanship, shorthand and typewriting taught thoroughly for to per month to ladles and gentlemen: open dally from 9 A. M. to 9 F. M. OCl2-65-TTtSn WANTED-LABORERS WANTED IN NEW Orleans-Joe able-bodied men to ship as crew; wages (SO per month and board; to reliable men steady employment will be given. Apply to M. N. WOOD. Coast and Luiausche Line, No. 2 Canal St., New Orleans, La. ocI6-t2 WANTED-MALE HELP-SCO SALARY, HO expenses In advance allowed each month. Steady employment at home or tr-ivellng. No soliciting. Duties delivering and making collec tions. No postal cards. Address with stamp, HAKEK & CO., Plqua, Ohio. oc8-68-rrsgu WANTED-ANENERGETICKUS1NES3MAN in all cities or 6,000 population and upward to take an Interest In the management of a brancr business; salary and Interest in profits; (1.600 to (3,000 per annum; cash required (1.000 to , 000; bank "references exchanged. Address GOOD CHANCE, Dispatch office. oc20-49 WANTED-BRICKLAYERS-THOSE WANT ING work and employers and all others who nny wish to employ bricklayers should regis ter such wants, free of charge, at the headquarters of the INDUSTRIAL MUTUAL BENEFIT AS SOU1A110N, 93 Fourth ave.. first floor front. Open until 9 p. m. Saturdays. oc11-80-mwfsu a7-anted-imsiediately, one good VV moldor and one first-class machinist, with experience In erecting all kinds machinery and engines on the floor In shop and general outside man: no others need apply: steady work; good wages will be paid to suitable man. Apply or address KENNEY 4; CO., bcottdale. Pa. OC20-U1 Wanted -young man to stay in of fice and learn bookkeeping; must be a good penman, and have a fair education; the young men who have been with me are now occu pying good positions: ynnngman who has had business experience, and is now out of employ ment, preferred. W. WO0L3EY, expert ac countant, 163 Fifth avenne. oc20-63 WANTED-AGENTS-TO bELL OUR NON KVAPORAT1NG. non-freezing chemical Are pall, patented: exclusive territory given: sells to factories, hotels, business blocks, dwellings, etc.: an entirely new thing and sells on sight: Indorsed N. E. Insurance Ex.. Factory Mut Ins. Cos .Chi cago Underwrlters'Assoclatton, etc.: sample nail, price list. etc. sent on receiptor S3. Address THE WORUESIKK FIRE APPLIANCE CO, r Incor porate 0 No. S3 Front street, orcester. Mass. OClO-3j-TbSU Frmnln HelD. "VTTANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOCSE VV WORK; ramlly or four. 98 PAGE ST., Al legheny. OC20-41 WAN1LD-LADY AGENTS-ALSO MEN Two immense new specialties; one lady made 127 before dinner, another (IS first hour. Ad dress LITTLE & CO., lix 443, Chkago, 111. oclS-U WANTED-LADY AGENTS FOR THE NEW h)gela corset; most satlstactory and best money making article out. For terms, etc., apply to WESTERN CORSET CO., bt. Louis, Mo. sel4-6S-6SU WA N T E D SEVERAL EXPERIENCED salesladies; one to lake charge or notions and small wares department; liberal salary for right person; also six for honse furnishing de partment; one to run soda tountiln; none need apply unless experienced. FLEISHMAN & CO. OC20-4 WANTED-LADY AGENTS FOR OUR NEW Mcintosh raglan: superior cloth, tin wide stripes on outside; vulcanized rubber on Inside; close fitting: very stylI6h: never spots: beautiful as the finest cloth garment ever made, and is abso lutely water-proof; scent sell six a day and make (4; great opportunity; also fine line other goods. Address E.H. CAMPBELL, 434 Randolph t,, Chicago. od-W-TTSn WANTED-TO EMPLOY A FEW LADIES, on salary, to take charge of my business at their homes; entirely unobjectionable; light: very fascinating and healthful: no talking required; permanent cosltlon; wages flQ per week In ad vance; good pay foi part time; my references In clude some ol the best well-known people of Lou isville, Cincinnati, Pittsburg and elsewhere. Ad dress with slimp. UBS. MARION WALKER, Fourth and Chestnut sts,, Louisville, Ky. el2-lMhBu WANTED. Femnle Help. WANTKD-LADIES DESIRING TO RECEIVE free sample copies of story and fashion pa pers, magazines, etc., should send address at once to UNION SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY.Ford City, Pa. OC20-1W Mole nnd Female Heln. WANTED-A SPECIAL TEACHER OF WBIT ING and drawing for the Ninth ward school. Allegheny. Apply in person to the memberg or the Board of Directors. JOS. A. LANUFITT, Attorney-at-Law, Fourth ave..Pltts bnrg. Secretary. ocl8-55 WAN1ED-AGENTS. MALE OB FEMALE. In all country towns, to sell photograph albums: latest designs for lall trade Just received: big profits andtqulck returns to energetic agents; write terms, etc. UNION PUBL1SHING CO., 103 Jb ourth ave. se22-80 Tirsu Situations. "TANTED-srrUATION AS BOOKKEEPER TV have had 15 years' experience In lumber and planing mills; can speak German: no objec tions to leave the city. Address LUMBER. Dis patch office. OC20-40 WANTED SITUATION BY A CIVIL . engineer: thoroughly competentand reliable In iron construction, masonry, railroad worts, etc. ; to control outside work preferred. Address ENGINEER. Dispatch office. OC20-88 "VTJANTED-SITUATION-BY YOUNG MAR VV RIED man not afraid of work In some good, reliable business house where strict at tention to duty will secure advancement: In pres ent position over 10 years. Address B. A.JSV., Dispatch office. oc20-I Booms. R oaten. Etc. WANTED NICELY FURNISHED BOOM; hot and cold water: on Firth ave.. between Sost office and new market house. Address S. 1., Dispatch office. oc20-101 Boarders nnd Lodcers. WANTED-PEBMANENT BOARDERS TO live In a pleasant house In Wllklnsburg. 3 min. from station. Address MISS KATE HART LEY. P. Q. Box 124, Wllklnsburg, Pa. ocl2-63-Stt Partners. "TTJANTED-A PARTNER IN REAL ESTATE TV business we have a large list of cheap farms, coal and timber lands for sale; big money In them; special attention paid to this line of business. For Information call on Monday at No. 12 BEDi OKD AVEN UK, city. OC20-2 Flnnnclnl. WANTED-MORTGAG ES.MONEY TO LOAN. See EWING A BYERS, No. 93 Federal St. OC20-112 -VT7AN1ED-TO LOAN MONEY AT 4M, SAND TV 8 per cent free ot tax. W. C. STEWART: 114 Fourth ave. Ja20-2-sn WANTED GOOD CITY MORTGAGES; money at low rates and small expense. C H. LOVE, 93 Fourth ave. oc20-5 TITAN TED-MORTGAGES MON EY TO LOAN TV lnsnmsto suit at HK. 5 and 6 per cent. ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167. apl9-14-TTSSn WANTED-MORTGAG12S-(1.000,000TOLOAN In large and small amounts at 4H. 5 and 6 per cent, free of State tax: no delay. REED B. COYLE& CO., 131 Fourth ave. my21-60 TtJ-ANTED-SPARE MONEY WHICH FINDS TV profitable investment In Pennock's electric light stock; advanced 100 per cent during past year. Address GEO. B. PENNUCK, Chicago, 111. OC20-34 WANTED MORTGAGES IN LARGE OR small amounts on improved city or Alle gheny county property. McCUNE & COULTER. Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, 93 Fourth ave. OC19-45 TTJ ANTED-MOKTGAGES-11,000, 000TO LOAN T T on city and suburban properties at H, 6and (percent, and on larms In Allegheny and adja cent counties at 8 per cent. 1. M. PENNOCK & bON, Kb Fonrtb avenue. ap7-f41 WANTED-COAL OFEEATOR-A COAL operator with capital can learn of a good opportunity In the celebrated Jellico Coal Mine, and something to advantage in which he can make large money hv addressing ior particulars M. E. aHOKNTON, Kensee, Whitley co Ky. oc2u-91 WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY WE HAVE over one million dollars to loan on city and suburban property at 4M per cent; no tax: we will also loan money on improved farms In Alle gheny, Beaver, Fayette. Washington and 'West moreland countles;any marketable security taken for loans of any amount. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. le3-&9-su Illlscellnneons. WANTED-LIGHT BOCK WAGON OR SIN GLE seat cart. Address WAGON, Dispatch office. oc20-31 WANTED TO BUY A MEDIUM-SIZED, second-handed Bare. Address C, Postof fice, Station B. oc20-7 TTTANTEI) - DOUBLE END SHEARING TV machine: blades is to20 inches long. Appl at once to jiuif.u 9 xioiei Anaerson. o XU ANTED YOU TO GET A BAKER'S V doien (13) of Stewart ACa's fine cabinet photos forL at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle gheny. mv23-49-TT8a WANTED' 'VOLTAIC D1AMON US, ' ' brilliancy guaranteed: see prices. BAR NEY E. ABUNS, bole Agent, 65 Fifth ave.. cor. Wood St. OC20-1M WANTED - PHOTOGRAPHERS, ARTISTS and agents to know we make prints and finish them and furnish frames at lowest rates. PITTS. CRAYON CO., 531 Smlthfield. OC20-122 WANTEDTO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each one In the club at II 00 per week. Address P. O. BOX SOL and I will call and snow yon the watch, JtWO WANTED-PERSONS TO KNOW THAT BY atrreeinc to pay 51 per week you can get possession of fine gold or silver watches, clocks, jewelry, diamonds, silverware, etc. J.M1TSCH, 130 Federal St., Allegheny, Pa. selZ-MtfTsU WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO TOGRAPHER, 98 iHtli avenue. Pittsburg, and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to know that be is making line cabinets at (1 50 per dozen: photos delivered when promised: Instan taneous nrocess. mh!3-S3 FOR bALE-IMPKOVED REAL ESTATE. City Residence. FOR SAT.E-LOT, 25X110, CLAY ST., THIR TEENTH ward; easy payments. D.JIEHEN & SON, 4112 Penn ave. . oc20-2o FOR SALE-GIST STKEET-4-BOOM BRICK house, good cellar: a bargain. J. It. COOPER CO., 107 Fourth ave. OC19-89 rRSALE-(2,B0u-FBO3PEGTBT.,MT. WASH ING ION, neat frame house 6 rooms, hall, city water, nat, gas. etc.: lot 50x100; a great bar gain. J. K. COOPER &, CO., 107 Fourth ave. ocl3-M FOR SALE-LOCUST ST., BET. MAGEE AND Chestnut sts., fine new brick dwelling 7 rooms, bathroom, marble mantels, cemented cellar, both gases. Inside shutters: house just finished: posses sion at once; price (3.60U; (LOCO cash, balance to suit. ALLES i BAILEY, 184 Fourth ave. Tel. 167. oclS-43 East End Residence. FOR SALE-NEW 6-ROOMED FRAME HOUSE and nice large lot. In good location, near Point Breeze; handy to cable and railroad and a rare bargain; (2, 600. on easv payments. MELLON BROTHERS, 6349 Station street. E. E. OC20-119-TTSU I7IOR SALE BROAD STREET, NEAR BI- LAND, new house, modern style, 7 rooms, attic, bath, laundry, pantry, closets, excellent surroundings: a choice property for the price, H5u0. CHARLES bUMEKSi CO., 313 Woo5 st, OC20-12I FOR SALE-FINE BRICK RESIDENCE OF 7 rooms and large grounds, on Rlppey St., be tween HI land and Neglev aves.; all conveniences and Improvements made: price (6,900, on time. MELLON BROTHERS, C349 Station St., E.E. OC20-U9-TTSU EOR SALEf50,0C0-NEW AND SUBSTAN TIAL brick residence, containing 12 large rooms and all conveniences; lot 114x410 ft: this is one of tbe finest located and cheapest pieces of property in bhadjslde. W. C. STEWART, 111 Fourth ave. su25-ll-8u FOR SALE-TWO OF THOSE NICE NEW 8 room frame houses which we have been sell ing for (2,200, on easv terms and small payment down: well situated, near East Liberty station and cable cars. KELLY 4 ROGERS, No. 63l5Sta tlon street, East End. oc20-46-TTSu FOR SALE A GOOD FARMHOUSE OF 6 rooms and attic, porches, etc., situated on good street near East Liberty station and cable cars; lot 41x120: easy terms: (300 to (300 do wn. bal ance In small payments, bee KELLY &ROOERS, No. 6315 Station street. East End. oc3)-46-TTSn FOR SALE-511,000, ON EASY PAYMENTS: A new Queen Anne brick dwelling, containing 12 rooms, all conveniences, fine gas fixtures, and Is elegantly papered: lot 55x175 feet: located in tbe heart of the East End. on oneof the main avenues. W. C. STEft ART, 114 Fourth ave. anll-66-sn FOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN-AN ELFGANT brick house and good lot near East Liberty Btatlon: house contains 9 rooms and reception ball. bath. l. w. r. lanndrv. etc.: this rjronertv will be sold at a low figure and on easy terms. See J JVLL.ijl &, uutttKS. NO. uu station street, juui End. OC20-48-TTSU F lORSALL-ON CHOICE STREET, NEAR Hllanrt vinnp. an attractive, cozv and com fortable place, with desirable surroundings, 7 rooms, hall, bath, hot and cold water, every con venience, dry cellar, front, side and back porches, nice lot. all In perfect order: cheap, (4,200. CHARLES SOMEUS & CO., 213 Wood St. OC20-124 FOR SALE-NOS. 153 AND I55FRANKS10WN avenue. East End, two 2-story brick houses, stores and dwellings; street graded and paved, and In a good business location; will sell these 2 houses below value to close up an estate; this Is, without doubt, a good Investment, and sure to Increase In value. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth ave. OC20-65 FOR BALE-FOR 810.OX-THE BEST BARGAIN on Hlland ave.. East End: the house Is a good bonce. 10 rooms and finished attic front and rear porches; carriage bouse and stable In tbe rear on alley; the lot Is large; fine shade trees; good location on the avenue and on the west tide of the avenne: tbls Is the best bargiln now for sale of Its class In the East End. O.TL LOVE, n Fourth ave. oc2D-4B FOB SALE-OAKLAND AVE., FINEST SPOT on tbe street, lot 33x120, fine two-story brick and mansard or 7 large rooms, ball, vestibule, front and rear stairs, slate mantels throughout, tile hearths, Inside shatters, bay windows, bath and w. c, chandeliers, cement cellar, fine range, stationary wash tubs, front and rear porches, ce ment walks; a complete house In all respects; (3,000; no less. ALLES & BAILEY, 1(4 Fourth ave. TeL167, ocM-186 FOR SALE-I3IPEOVED REAL ESTATE. Eaat End Reaiaence. FOR SALE-A LARGE SELECTION OF OAK LAND bouses at all prices. J. B. COOPER & CO.. 107 Fourth ave. OC19-89 FOB SALE-(2.200-MAHAN AVE.-BR1CK house 4 rooms, good cellar, water, etc. ; lot 24x100. J. B. COOPER A CO., 107 Fourth ave. OC19-89 FOB SALE-LOT, S01100, IVY ST., E. E.. with frame house, s rooms, ball, attic and cellar; first class. D. BEHENVb SON, 4112 Penn ave. OC20-28 FOR 8ALE-(8.500-SU3STANTIAL BRICK dwelling containing 8 rooms and all conven iences, well located In" Shadyside. W. C. STEW ART, 114 Fourth aye. , sel-13-sn F OB BALE BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED frame resldenee of 7 rooms and finished attic: St. uiair. near I'.ippev st : S4,E, on easy pay ments. MELLON BROTHERS, 6319 Station St., E. E. OC20-118-TTSU. FOR S4.LE-(9,000-NEW QUEEN ANNE brick dwelling, containing 10 rooms and all coveulences: lot47xl48; tbe best property for the money in Shadyside. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth, aye. au2S-ll-sn Allecheny Residences. T7IOR 8ALE-(FOR. ALLEGHENY CITY PROP V EKTY)-Call and see iWINU & BYERS, No. 93 Federal street. oc2u-112 . TT'OR SALE ON JACKSON ST.. EIGHT-BOOM X? brick with, all conveniences at a sacrifice: call at once. EWING & BYERS. No. 93 iTederal street. oc26S TJtOR SALE ALLEGHENY TWO NEW X; houses. 6 rooms each: good lots: Second ward, near PleasantValley cars; (2,200. CHARLES SOMERS A CO., 313 ood St. OC20-124 FOR SALE-20 PER CENT INVESTMENT-9-room brick house. Fourth ward. Allegheny; price (6,000; mnst be sold: this is your chance. W. W. MCNEILL &BRO , 105 Fourth ave, ocawa-Tosu. FOR SALE-(2.000-ON EASY TERMS, FOR A new 6-room lrame bouse, with Urge lot, situated In Allegheny: convenient to streetcars. W. W. MCNEILL Si Bill)., 105 Fourtn ave. OC29-70 FOB SALE-3,500-ON SANDUSKY ST., FINE two-story brick house or 6 rooms, hall and attic gas nnd water: Iori93x90-a positive bargain. See EWING & B YKBS, No.93 Federal street. oc3)-68 OB SALE WASHINGTON SrT, ALLE- GHENY, brick residence: 8- rooms, bath. etc.; house very complete: price, (6.5O0- easy ter-ns; this Is a bargain. W. W. MCNEILL k BRO., Its Fourth aye. oc20-70 FOR BALE-ON BOYLE 8TBEET, NEAR Parks, two-story brick house of7 rooms, hall, bath and attic; gas and water, marble mantels. In side shutters, slate ioof: lot 20x90: price below marketvalue. EWING 4BYERS, No. 83 Federal street. oc20-6i FOR SALE -I9.2S0-THAT ELEGANT NEW and substantial press brick dwelling (never occupied), containing 9 rooms, bath, stationary washstands, lanndry, cement ceUar and all Im provements, located on Ackley st., head ot Monterey St., Allegheny. W. C. STEWART. 114 Fourth are. apJl-19-sn Snbnrtnn Residences. FOR SALE BY CHARLES SOMERS ACO., 313 WOODSTREEr.Bellevne, nice location, com fortable 5-room house, porches dry cellar, good water: lot 51x175: grapes fruit, shade and shrub bery: 52,500; 8-room house, large rooms, 15x15, hall. Sorches. dry cellar, fruit trees, grapes, etc : lot 1X145: (3,000. OC20-124 FOB SALX-IN SEW1CKI.EY, ON BROAD St.. one square from station, lot 47x203, with a two-story and mansard brick dwelling of 10 rooms, bath and modern conveniences: also ad joining lot, S9)jx220. with frame house of 5 rooms, gas, water, etc. ; will be sold together or sepa rately at reduced prices. A. W. ADAIR, Room 70S, Penn Building, Penn ave. oc20-27 FOB SALE-WEST BELLEVUE. AVALON station, good properties, low prices; nice house, 6 rooms, attic, pantry, porches, gas, water, frnlt and shade; elegant situation near station. New house, -well built. 5 rooms, large lot, choice location. Houses of 5. 8, 8 and 9 rooms: all beauti fully situated; large grounds, with frnlt, shade, ample ground for garden, lawn, etc.: choice building lots, commanding beautiful new bulld IngSDn every hand; near station! low at (400 to (500. CHARLES SOMERS A CO., 313 Wood St. OC20-124 FOR SALE LOTS. Clt Lot F IOR SALE-ELEGANT LARGE BUILDING lot on Forty-nun st.. near Hutler St.: cheap. an your own terms. W. W. MCNEILL & BRO., ue ounn ave. oczd-is-ttsu TJ'OB SALE-(600 FOR LAWBENCEVILLE X? lots, McCahdleas and Duncan streets. 20x100 each ; convenient to mills, etc BLACK BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. C147 OC15-55 East End Lots. FOR SALE-P, 003-50X125 FEET ON NEKLEY avenne, near Center. W. C STEWART. 114 Fourth ave. sel-13-su FB SALE-(i8,O00-EASY TERMS: 11 ACRES of level land desirably located on Squirrel Hill: will seU portion. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. sel5-65-su F Ad OR SALE IN BAUM'S GROVE. ON AMBEB JL. AICii IVs 1MA.ASW. MUIJ (WUCI tUVt, C4l liCllUH Address W. E. HAMXETT. 434 Smlthfield St., Pittsburg, and Wllklnsburg, Pa. OC19-20 T71OKSALK-42,3u0-LOT47xl20 FEET. LOCATED V in Shadyside, near Fifth ave.. In a choice neighborhood: the best lot for the money In the East End. W. O. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. sel57-sn FOR SALK-ON LINDEN AVE., NEAR PENN ave., beautiful building lot, 98x120 to 20-loot alley; good neighborhood: street sewered: only (3.500. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth ave. oc20-S3-wrssn FOR SALE-J7.S00-5 ACRES OF CHOICE land, desirably located on Squirrel Hill, within two minutes' walk of new electric road: terms to suit purchaser. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. se29-43-so FOR SALE-A SMALL CASH PAYMENT AND balance on long time will bnv a line residence site In Villa Park plan, Brush ton; onr prices are very low and now is tbe time to Invest. JNO. F. BAXTER, Agent, 512 Smlthfield it. oc20-59-TTtBn FOB BALE-ONLY (3,500. TERMS EASY-109 x440feet, desirably located on Shady lane, extending to Dennlston ave.: think of lit only 127 Ma iront foot for the finest piece of property on Squirrel Hill. "W. C. oTEWABT, llf Fourth ave. oc20-3S-sa FOR SALE-LOTS! LOTS! LOTSI-BADM Grove plan, with the Improvements now un der way will make this the finest residence plot In the East End; now is the time, to bay. See MEL LON BROS., East End, or JNO. F.BAXTER, Agent, 612 Smlthfield st. oc20-5S-wS3a FOB 8ALE-(l,500-TEBMS TO SUIT PUR CHASER, lots 60x150 feet to an alley desira bly located In Shadyside (Squirrel Hill district) right on line of new electric road, which will be In operation December L and only 10 minutes walk from Fifth avenue cable cars, are the choicest lots In the Eaat End. W. C. STEWART. 114 i ourth avenue. selS-67-sa FOR SALE FINE PROPERTY AT A BAB GAIN: we have to oner a number of the finest lots on tbe choicest streets In the Basra Grove plan, at much below present value; this roperty Is recognized as the most promising East nd residence district, and there Is no question as to future high valuation. Call and allow us to show you the lots and quote prices. CHARLES SOMERS & CO.. 313 W ood St. OC20-124 t Allegheny Lots. FORSALE-(600-1N SECOND WARD, ALLE GHENY, corner lot-WxlCS: 200 cash and bal. on long time. EWING BYERS. No. 93 Federal street. oc20-68 FOR SALE-FINE BUILDING LOT-FRONTING 25X ft. On Avery St., Allegheny, near parks, will be sold cheap. W. W. MCNEILL t BBO.. 105 Fourth ave. oc203 FOR SALE LOT HSX1C0, LACOCK ST., NEAR Federal St.. Allegheny,-at trustee's sale by direction of Orphans' Court. On Thursday, Oct. 24. at 2 o'clock, will be sold on the premises. In lots to suit purchasers, that piece of valuable real estate belonging to the" estate of tbe late Martha McDonald Smith, fronting 148 feet on tbe north side of Lacock st. by 100 feet deep to a street ad jacent to West Penn Railroad: very eligible prop erty for manufacturing purposes: terms, one fourth cash and balance in three yearly payments. A. LEGGATi;bON, Auctioneers. oclS-74 Subnrbnn Lota. FOR SALE LOTS 40x120 FEET. IN MAPLE WOOD Park: easy payments. GEO. S. MARTIN A CO., 105 Fourth ave. OC20-2S-TTSSU FOR SALE-AN ELEGANTBUILDINOSIHS at a price that cannot be duplicated: 2 aeies, nice elevation, beautifully shaded, choice fruit; near electric Toad now building: comfortable cottage house; (3,500. CHARLES SOMERS ft CO., 313 Wood St. OC20-124 TnOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS; 50x194, S400 TO (COO, 1 Belmont Place, Ingram. P.. C ibt. L. K. It.; streets 50 ft. wide: sewered: houses to set back 40 ft., cost at least (2,010' terms !2Sdown, balance (10 rer month. INGRAM LANjj AND 1J1FROVE MENT CO., 60 k ourth ave. (second floor). ' OC13-102-TTSU FOR SACE-THE LARGEST, BEST AND choicest lots In Allegheny county are found In Maplewood Park, Wllklnsburg: over one-half of tbe lots In tbe plan are sold ; honses going up In every direction; secure one while von have choicer small payment down, balance weekly or monthly. GLO.is. MARTIN Jfc CO., 105 Fourth ave. OcCO-23-TTSSU Farms FOR SALE-FARM OF 101 ACRES, NEAR Shousetown, P. &L.E. K. R.; line of farm runs near the railroad: good buildings, abundance of fruit, fine springs: parties wishing to purchase can examine toe products of farm, as it is stored In barns and cellars on place. LASHELL 4 RANKIN, 67 Fourth ave. QC20-23 F lOBSALE-NEAK HOMEB,CITy. INDIANA Jfc. CUUUIJ, ITS., .. .m v. uvmiwwkiti, In fins condition, good house, well water brought into tbe kitchen, and hot water arrangements, with nttufal gas for bouse and machinery; stock for sale; place has fine barn and outhouses; party Is going to South America: apply to B. H. McGEE at tbe above place. ' oeS-i-sa T7HJK 8ALE-FAKU-TO ANY CAPITALIST, J? either lady or gentleman, that wishes to buy one of the finest lmprovedv farms In the State of Kentucky; price, (65,000; It contains over 700 acres, and as l nave a personal knowledge of It ana the surrounding country, 1 will give a guar anteed, truthful statement of the (acts to any per son wishing to Investigate, who Is ableandwllllng to buy. If all be found correct. Call on or address LEVI J. JEFFRIES, BeUevernon, Fayette Co., Fa. ' v 0CU-21-1CBT9U FOR SALE LOTS. Glenyrood Lota. F: B SALE-LOTS AT GLENWOOD. NEAB the station srrArlerl streets, sidewalks, city water.houses and lots tor sale. (L3SO. (1,750. 82, OCd. ten ner rnt rjh ha!miii nn monthly navments: Second Ave. Electric Railway will pass In front of these lots; B. & O. Railroad fare monthly tickets, 5K cents per trip; 12 minutes from Smlthfield St. UtOBGEO. BURG WIN, 150 Fourth ave. Jv24-12-Jnvsa Hazelwood Lots. TTWRALE-SBOO EACH FOB HAZELWOOD X! lots: 13 beautirully lying lots on Blgelow. n. Sylvan ave.. 25X100 feet each. BLACK & BAIRD, US Fourth ave. 2D-3CS ocI3-55 FOR SALEBUSINESS. Bailnens Cbaneem. TTtOR SALE A DBUG3T0RE: ONE OF THE J? best stands In the city; doing good business. For particulars address BHEIBURB. Dispatch office, oelS-72-FSn FOB SALE A GOOD PAYING GENERAL store at a bargain: storeroom and dwelling. For particulars address S. P. PUOBBAUGH, Glencoe, Pa. oeS-a F OR S A I.K (H)Oll GROCERY: DOING ABOUT X! (300 business per week: all good trade; the reason for renins is. owner la aleklv Address H. L., Dispatch office. QC19-19 FOR SALE THE LEASE AND FIXTURES of - saloon In good location. No. 224 Market st., Stetibenvllle, Oblo. Inquire at No. 37 WY L1EAVE., Pittsburg, Pa. oc20-46 TT'OR SALE-ONE OF THE FINEST AND OLD X EST established retail businesses in Pittsburg, is located in the heart or the city: stock Is new and not controlled by style: will Inventory about (10, 000. This is an elegant opportunity for a wide awake man to get Into a clean, profitable and legitimate business. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth avenue. tyl4-14-sn FOR SALE-2 FINE BAKERIES AND CON FECTIONERIES, in excellent locations, large grocery store In Pittsburg, (;000 or Invoice, doing yearly business of (lOO.OOu; smaller grocery stores, (400 to(5,0U); cigar stores, small bakeries, confec tioneries, boarding honses. drygoods and notion stores, feed store, printing office and many other business chances for males or females: free par ticulars. SHEPABD&CO.. 54 Fifth ave. oc3 Business Stands. FOB SALE-AT A BABGAIN-A PIECE OF property desirably located on Wood st. W. C STEWABT, 114 Fourth ave. oc20-38-8a FOR SALE-A WOOD ST. PROPERTY FOR less than value (lot 20x90). ts close up an es tate. C. H. LOVE. 93 Fourth avenue. OC2WO T7IOB BALE SEVERAL PIECES OF PROF X? ERXY on Fourth ave. : also a number of pieces on Penn ave., Smlthfield st. and other good streets: will take pleasure In giving full par ticulars and showing surveys to parties desiring to purchase. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. ap21-19-au TTHIRSALE-rAT'&.BEASONABLEPBICEAND X on terms to suit purchaser, the .Newell prop erty, located on Forbes ave., corner shady ave , Squirrel Hill, contains six acres of the finest lying land in that district, and has erected thereon a large, fine new brick building, suitable for hotel and road bouse purposes: also stables and out buildings: can be purchased forless money than is asked for vacant property in the Immediate neighborhood; can be rented so as to net S per cent on Investment. For permit to examine build ings see W. a STEWART, U.4 Fourth ave. ocl3-52-Sa FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. Hones. Vehicle. Live Stock. tc XpOR SALE A CARLOAD OF FRESH MILK Jt? CO NV 9 on Tuesday, October 2 at M. MA UX, 45 First St., Allegheny. OC20-24 FOR SALE SECOND-HAND BAROUCHE, as good as new. Can be seen at C. WEST & CO.'g, Carriage Makers, CSDuquesne way. Pitts burg, Pa. oelO-26 FOR SALE-BAY WORK HORSE, 8YRS.OLD; weighs about 1,300 lbs.: sound and reliable. Can be seen at stable, rear of 54 CHESTNUT ST., Allegheny. OC23-I23 FOB SALE BLACK MARE. 7 YEARS OLD, new doctor's btfggy and two road cart cheap. BENNETT FLOCKEB, corner Klrk patnek and West End ave. ocl9-9Z Machinery and Metals. F. R SALE ENGINES AND BOILEBS NjfW nnd reflttdr renalrtnffnrotnntlT attended to. PORTER FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO.. L1M.. below Suspension bridge. Allegheny. Pa. anlo-29 PERSONAL. PERSONAL-THE LATEST CBAZE"VOL TAIC Diamonds;" see prices: sold only by BABXEY2. AEONS. 65 -Fifth ave., cor. Wood St. OC29-108 PEKSONJlL-BOOKS', BOOKS 1 BOOKS! New and old, ancient and icouern. standard and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30,060 vol umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STOBE. 930 Liberty st. anS-98 PERSONAL SPANISH LANGUAGE BY experienced teacher; special coarse for be ginners: classes forming; simple, easy method; highest references; terms moderate. Address SPANISH AMEKICP3. Dispatch office. OC20-29 PERSONAL-FRENCH COURSE, CONVER SATION, literature, etc., by an experienced Parisian teacher: ladles' and gentlemen's classes now forming: also private lessons: terms moder ate; highest references. Address PROFESSOR, Dispatch office. QC2Q.38 PERSONAL-SICK, WEAK. NERVOUS MEN and wooien (young or old) despair not, "Ta-ya-ion Remedies' win posltlvelyeureyon;callor send stamp for "Herald of Health." contains overwhelming evidences of miraculous carps from citizens of Pittsburg and vicinity. DJi. GRIF FITH DP.TJG CO.. 301 to 307 Grant St., cor. Third ave., Pittsburg. Pa. oc20-132 LOST. LOST-YOU CANT TELL THEM FROM THE genuine; "Voltaic Diamonds;" sea prices. BABNEY E. AEON'S, Sola Agent, 66 Firth ave., cor. Wood st. OC2O-108 FOUND. FOUND-NEAR HOT 8PBINGS, ABE., "Voltaic Diamonds:" experts cannot de tect them. BABNEY E. AEONS, sole agent, 65 Fifth avenne, cor. Wood st. QC20-108 BUSINESS CHANGES. TOTJTICE- David Lents & Son, successors to Peter Tesh, formerly of Stall No. 89, Diamond Market, Pitttbarc, will open anew nail at No. 63 Alle gheny Market, and continue Tannine tbe old stall, where their sausage can be had at either stands, or at . JNO. DAUB'S SONS, ' 847 Smlthfield st, oclMS Pittsbnrs, Pa. EDUCATIONAL. MT. ST. ALOYSIU8. LOBETTO. PA. Ihe scholastic year of the Mountain Acad emy, tinder the direction of tbe Bitters of Mercy will commence its fall term September 2. Tnition for five months, Inclndlng French and music, $100. Loretto Is famed as a health resort, and Ilka Cresson, Is a sanitarium of unquestionable excellence. The reputation of tbe Sisters of Mercy as instructors is world, wide. For particulars address the Directress of the Academy. au22-85-su An Army of Renters Seeking Homes 4 and Business Houses at Wilmerding. . The East Pittsburg Improvement Company has invested large sums of money in laying out the town of WILMERDING And in fnrnishlncltwlth the most complete and extensive system of pnbllo Improvements in Allegheny county, outside the cities, Includ ing, sidewalks, sewers, water, natural gas and electric lights, and it now takes pleasure in calling tbe attention of wide-awake builders and investors to tbe opportunity afforded them by tbe great and growing demand for resi dences and business bouses at Wilmerding. This demand comes especially from young and enterprising men and firms who hare not suffl 'dent capital to both build and stock large stores, but who are able and willing to pay a handsome rent for adequate facilities, or pur chase buildings outright on long time. Many bonses aro now In course of construction, bat not enough to fill 10 per cent of the require ments. Information as to the kind and size of bousss in greatest demand cheerfully furnished by tbe company, and special prices given on lets sold for immediate improvement. For further particulars call on or address irnr iiM imuiuiuuiuiii uui Westinghouse Building, auS-iraa prrrsBTjEfj. pa. tMPEBIAJj HALL Cor. Seventh ave. and New Grant street. THE FAMOUS THURSDAY .NIGHT RE CEPTIONS are held in this hail regularly every Thursday night. Yourself and lady are respectfully invited to attend. S Musie by t&e Mosart and Royal Italian Orchestra. ADMISSION, m. OflK-lH A CAPITAL OPPORTDNITY mnrnuomcinl rr, TO XKT. VIW ttCTiaracn, .jy . TO LET-A. 2llt.e oniVA. Jiuuae vr a rooms. No.iee Erlnst. C. BERINGEK DUfl, ivo a uuiw .. OC20-6&-TB8 ITU) LET-NEW BK1CK HOUSE. 5 ROOMS, J 1 nail, atrac water, pas, tit., jjuuiuih. jst. Washington; ftf. D. BKHEN ft SON, 4112 Peas oeae-as rno LET-ON FEDERAL ST., NEAKWYLtB I - .-.. iIAI.H nf auwtn rtMtm h4krhfum ni n.t'nral rlL TH03. LIGGETT. No. "lit Fourth ave. oc20-3-wTSSa East End Residences. TO LET-ON PENN AVE., NEAB REBECCA. St., 5-roomed brick eoltage: goodnelghbor hood; SIS per mo. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 1M Foarthave. oc20-88-wrsa TO LET-ON PENN AVKU NEAR REBECCA' St., brick bouse of 7 rooms, bathroom, nat ural gas, etc.; good neighborhood redaced rent tUl April L THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Foarttl aye. oc3B-ag-WT8fla - . ... -n, ..,. ...a .. tuv.lAO OfA VU.TM. a- ana omouuaings: large w"i .jts.. ;,, avenne. near Penn avenue cable cars. Inqulr ot ,. " I . .. .... , U....I.. A 1Ua1a, ll.iur KUDK1U3,K UUTerIHioeii nim i., t- DUUtuuiuc ..-. Alleeheirr Residences. TO LET-(FOR ALLEGHENY HOUSZS)-SEX. EWING & BIERS, No. 98 Federal street. oc 20-112 TO LET-MARSHALL AVE., COR. IBWIX - av., near New Brighton, xoad. Avery pleas- s anuy locaiea suouroan nomeot j iuvbi9,svu cellar, water ana large vara,-etc.; iw u" v. BLACK & B A1BD, 86 Fourth ave. "r-, t- Apartment, rpo LET "WELL FURNISHED FSONT JL rooms with board, on Union are:refereneess . terms reasonable. Address L. M., Dispatch of fice. oc3-3 T) LET-TWO LARGE PLEASANT-KOOM9 nicely furnished fur light housekeeping: beta.. gases:nseorbath:5mInuteswalkfrompo.toSee. ' Apply 97 SEVENTH AVE. oeSMS TO LET COMMODIOUS BOOH, SECOND story front, furnished or unfurnished, botsi gases, use of bath: rentchetD. Inquire 12 to 2 or to 7:30 r. X., 70 ARCH ST., Allegheny. 000-54 rpO LE1-F1NEUNYUKN1SHKD ROOMS FOB X. housekeeping on Liberty, Penn and Ferry streets; 23-room, hotel, with store rooms: bo gases. Inquire or S. MUSGKAVE. 44 Founts street. ocl7-34-xvrrhM rpo LET-TWO CONNECTING ROOMS SUIT- v3 JL Aiyuz. ior Billing; sou ueaiwisi la jm v? MUtCMII,II.KIk JIUJilVTWUBUWtUilVIHC. .... ansa a. a., .uispaicn omce. pqwi . .Easiness) Stands. TO LET-A NICE HOUSE OF 4 BOOMS AN1 storeroom, a large lot and stable, at Third Toll Gate, on Perrysvllle rvsd; rent (12 per I 1UUUIU, . UiUAlUAi. H MS.,, A.M,VW.il W.CJ oca-o-Tns rpo LET-FOUR (4) STOREROOMS-GOOD X bnslness stands on corner Liberty tad . lunnuiauuDcuracr ui reuo bdu auitu, wrnij. dwellings: 24 unfurnished rooms for nousekuoa fji lag. Inquire ofS. MUSUBAVE, 44 Foarttl streets ? ocl3-SJ-MWTS . Offices. Deifi Room, etc . , rpo LET-LOW RENT-2 OFFICES ON FIBM' JL floor, on Fourth avenue. C H. LOVE, ft' i ourtn avenue. rpo LET-AT LOW RENT, I OFFICBB X a nrst noor. on if ourtn aveuue. v. a. iaii t. 9i i ourtn avenue. TO LET-DESK EOOM-A GOOD, RBUABLB party can secure desk room cheap by address ing P., Dispatch office. oc!7-g O LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCR. BUILD INO. 73, 77 and 79 Diamond street, twoofs-a roomiest and best-lighted offices to be rasas' la m city; rent, (990 and (800 per annum, lndtteHa; eee tric lights. Janitor service and steam hsaMf . Apply between 10 A. it. and 1 P. u or Bctwtjstx 2 and 4 r. u. ijM ?-' Snacellaaeoasw TO LET-NO PASTE, GLASS OK IfJiXH hack track are "Voltaic Dlaseafe:" a, lately clear and pare. BARNhr K. AIWM,' sole agent, 85 Firth ave., eer. Woods. eajs-MS ' AUCTION SALBS. ASSIGNEES' SALE, i 'ST - AT AUCTION' J. H. BORLAND, Auctioneer. Important to tfeepabH, T)m Meek ( ?g c sM largo aryzoods ispontBS aeMa,,- ovw tw,0w worn of torentm ,?tl aad doaeeMa DRYGOOM, OABPETS, BUGS, DRUGGETS, if$ -m " Fa BT AUCTION' AT J. H. BORLAND'S '5 ' LARGE AND SPACIOUS COiOfsWMI - -- -4 BOOBS, NOB. 73B and 726 LIBHKTT STRWT, at the head of "Wood street; tie Arbncklfl Meek, commons MONDAY, Octol?er 14, il Sales will eemmeaee daHy atMA.it. &s i p. JL aad 7:39 ?. ic, aa& oettw from day to day until the entire steak ; is disposed of,aBdiflqaaatHJes tentts.f the parohaser. This is without exeeptfoa tt lfgafCsfeei Pine Drygoods, Carpets aad Bags ever oMntfil f TMttjVw rnwtri tav -ssa1i 111 SI ! 4tJk tS lat m ! ma Ul jiinmui;, m nninj mn mwrnwrnmrn MB.-9 . -T .. , . ' "Vft 01 the puBHO generally, xao easwe ieeea must be sold regardless? ot cost or yiiee kst order to males a prompt settteaoai w4k tW.. creditors, An goods sold at this sale peeHJvery sjMtvl. ... . " ... t anteea ana warraatea as reyreeeBsoa. r ,. B..J.I . .. ..J . fcl ... fu&UJ em SmJffA crjroanu wwsbiuuumuuii jpwvitn-si jvn js-s-snts OCS9-TT9SM TnXTENSTVE AUCTION SALE OF VAWH XJ ABLE BOOKS comprising sing works of bletery, s stones, twmlay S and voyage, theology, law, sc. m lenclng MONDAY EVENDW, t4 an Commencing? . ber 21, 18. and contlnal&e eaoa eveewc t inc the entire week, at 7 o'clock, at Ute aieslim! 1 rooms. No. 811 Market st. Persons unable to attend the saleoHbavs) their orders attended to by addrssstec Mm Henry Auction Co. All that Is fleeewikyta' making out bids Is to give yoarhicbeOTMKi and purchases will De made as maon below s possible. Each night's sale will embrace abatW Ms) of the catalogue in the regular order. HENBY AUU1ION CO, LBL, oclS-92 AaoMaseew. ketst, lOo'olook. Parlor suits, ia taiosMss. 'T orocaieiies, rag, mnsnes ami aair n. chairs, faacy rockers, louases aad eeuatne. mirror door wardrobes' cuffealeM. feMsasr beds, dressing eases, waaosiaads, hedstenar, yj nler and mantel mirrors, door aad window en 4 tains, pictures, ehamber suits, neater aad est- t,. tension moms, oamnets, nooKeases, aaiirisas. sideboards. drucets, rugs, faaey goods, ladtes ; moqneta, velvets, body brussels, tasestry aad Ingrain carpets, stoves, Utcbea (foods, etew eta. Goods bo w oil exhibition and nntil the smm eC . aiUC 0WlAlAUU4nfl VVk, . &j 0C2U-CO il FROPOSALS. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BS MatV CEIVED by the understeaed, atliM &r chants aad Manufacturers' Beak, at OiWik. MHtL, nntil OCTOBER 3B.1WB, : ai a srsseaav noon, for tbe puefi&se of ioo,w oi m I W- V y laaW Graphite Hlsisg Company's S per eaat morHage coupoa ooaoa, iu us v& viviaviv4 ISSSISII JllliT thf) Tiff BE la T Isaaast A aaa .flklJ. Th a uMMavt w AAssalatl Af saaafc Saase M land ia B-WXi ooanty, Mich- wtth Ttfc C : ..VI a. ukltab lA.fl iMfaa la KlVsasa KliiUUItO W aaavsa IVH w wwv ih(vshuhm NVII 3jfl worklse. and a personal guarantee gvveaaf .S Further Information gives oa faiatstaf eff FredCarlW, tt - ftjfJlgJM J aaIIIS Ji rUTieLBHONNER'S .. Jli YBGSTABLB AND POULTXYA sapeties ail the city hotels; hssiuimfass waail Sad K to taetr aavantaae ro steel w Tetepseae U, W BIAMOfcD Psttstars. m s.a jssA-s&'!3t.ll SjC'