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The President Boti st Fischer Piano.
President Harrison is not only a lover of music, bnt knows a good instrutdent when he hears it. Through his son, Mr. Kussell, of the Judge Publishing Company, he or dered a J. & C. Fischer cabinet grand'np right, -which has just been completed, and is undergoing the finishing touches prepara tory to shipment. It is a beautiful speci men of the piano maker's art, in light ma hogany, with artistic and delicately en prayed panels, and is as fine an instrument in tone and quality as the famous firm have ever turned out It will reach the White House some time next week. American Musician, Nov. 5. The above paragraph goes to show the high esteem in which the Fischer is held in the higher circles of society elsewhere than in Pittsburg. Here they nave been steadily forging ahead until now and for several years past they have really led all competi tors, except, of course, the Decker Bros, and Knabe and excepting these two matchless pianos, S. Hamilton, the general distribut ing agent for the Fischer's, has repeatedly offered to place them side by side in com petition with the very best of other makers, and always where done, the Fischer has come off victorious. It is not a cheap piano by any means, although to introduce them in new neighborhoods, Mr. Hamilton has sometimes sold some of the plainer styles as low as $300; but the many hundreds of pleased purchasers among our best families will rejoice to know that the family ot the head of the nation know and are willing to pay for a fine piano. An elegant stock of mese reaiiy genuine arst-class pianos is now to be seen at S. Hamilton's, Hamilton building, Fifth ave., Pittsburg. SS to Washington, d. C., Tla Pennsylvania Railroad. For all persons desiring to attend the Catholic Congress in Baltimore opvisiting Washington, Pennsylvania Railroad will sell excursion tickets every day until No vember 12 to Washington, D. C, at rate of $8 for the round trip, tickets good until No vember 16 inclusive, allowing ston over at Baltimore tn either direction within the limit. Through sleeping cars and coaches on night trains, without change. Christmas la Coming. If you are thinking of buyinc a piano or organ begin early to look around and post yourself. Prices are low now. We do a very large business and do it on a very small expense. Can therefore afford to cut prices down to the last dollar. As a result of our reasonable prices we are selling pianos in eveiy State in the Union. Write for our catalogues and we will surprise you. See if we cannot save you from J50 to 575 on a piano. Instruments sent on ten days' trial. Address W. L. Thompson & Co., East Liverpool, O. s Save Tonr Blooey nnd Bey Bradford &.Co. piano, 7 octaves 5100 "Von Minden piano, 7 octaves 125 Kimball o-gan, 5 octaves 45 Mellor & Hoene organ, fi octaves. 20 New organs, 5 octaves 44 New organs, 6 octaves 65 New upright pianos, 7J octaves 175 Do not be deceived by unscrupulous dealers, but buy ot us and save 25 per cent. Echols, IicMurrat & Co., 123 Sandusky st,, Allegheny City, Pa. ihssu Fine Smoking Jackets. Pajamas, Bath and Right Bohes. Best goods at lowest prices. Jos. Horne & Co.'s Penn Avenne Stores. Winter Underrrenr. Ladies gents and children's scarlet, nat ural wool, camel's hair and merino under wear. Large stock and lowest prices at H. J. Lynch's, 438 and 440 Market street. WSSu SI 00 November Lnt Month 81 00 'for fine cabinets at $1 00 per dozen, at Anfrecht's Elite Gallery, 516 Market street, Pittsburgh. Elevator. Pine crayons. -lll-hastt -..! A - , Men's Furnishings. Special sales What is usually Always on Charged for name Saturday We pat in the qnality. Jos. Horne & Co. Neckwear, the largest and finest line at James H. Aiken & Co.'s, 100 Pifth ave. What is the best thirst quencher? P. & V.'s Pilsner beer. All dealers. RELIGIOUS. XTNITARIAN SERVICE J AlcCance block, cor. Smithfield and Sev enth aveM at 10:45, Rev. Dr. Townsend, pastor. Subject: "The Cradles of. Morality, the Na tion, the Home, the Church, the Press and the Stage." uo9-82 JJIEETlbGis. -VTOT1CE TO STOCKHOLDERS THE 1 annual mectinc of the stockholders of the Pittsburg Traction Company will be held at the office of the company. No. 310 Fifth avenue, on MONDAY, November 18. 18S9, at 11 o'clock A. SL, tor the purpose of electing even directors. toserrJ lor the ensuing year, and fcrsuch other business as may come before, the nieetin". GEO. L. McFARLANE, Secretary. noS 63 Fidelity Title and Trust Company. ;l Pittsburg, Pa-, November!, 1SS9. rnHE ANNUAL MEETING OP THE I stockholders or the Fidelity Title and iJFSJPPiPy wiu be held at it office on THURSDAY, November 14, 1SS9, at 1 o'clock p. JL, for the nurooso of receiving the annual report, the election of 15 directors to serve lor the ensuing year, and the transaction of such other business as mavproperly come before the meeting. C. B. MoVAY. Secretary. no5-5.6,7;8.9.12,13,H SPECIAL MEETING OFTHE MEMBERS OF THE PITTSBURG LIBRARY. BY A RESOLUTION OF THE COMMIT TEE appointed by the board ot directors, a meeting of the members of the Pittsburg Library Association is hereby- called, at the rooms of the Library, for MONDAY. Novem ber JL at 3.30 T. 1L, to have laid before them the present grave crisis in the affairs of the association, growing out of the pending fore closure and sale of the Library Hall building, and to take such action as may be deemed best By them to protect the interests of the Library. The attendance of all the members of the Library Association who feel an interest m the preservation and extension of the library's work, is earnestly requested. The present iuncture may by earnest work on behalf of the ibrary, be converted into the means ul pre serving the building to its original public pur pose and of pro vi ding an ultimate endowment and revenue for the library, which will enhance its usefulness very much. If the effort on be half of the library is neglected it will probably result not only in the loss of the bniluing, but in the entire extinction of the library. The members are earnestly requested to give their presence and counsel in this crisis. T. BRENT SWEARINGEN, Pres't. C. G. M1LNOR. Sec'v. no9 99-p " IjEGAL notices! A. E. WEGEH, Attorney at Law, 93 Diamond street. -VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT LET- L1 TERS testamentary on the estate of Julius Hitzei, late 01 Aiiegneny city, deceased, have been granted to the undersigned, to whom all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment, and those having PER. TIG, 65 and 67 Sandusky street, Allegheny City. Pa. OC2S-2-S Win. Boss, executor, etc, et al, 1 No. 2, Sep vs tember Term, Elizabeth DnnnelL, et aL 18S9. rno wm. ross, executor, etc., I Joseph Donnell, John Donnell, Thomas Donnell of John, John Montgomery and Mary Am his wife, Asa Derrick and Eliza P., his w lie. Thomas Donnell of William, James Donnell, Joseph Donnell of William, Peter Ward and Martha EL, his wife, Henry Donnell, Minnie M. Donnell, Margaret R. Donnell and Margaret Donnell: Yon are hereby notified that the writ breve de partitlone faclcndalias issued in the above case, and that the inquisition will be held on thelSih day of November. 1SS9. at 11 o'clock A. Mm upon the premises situate in Fawn town ship, Allegheny county. Pennsylvania; begin ning at a white oak, thence N. 2H W.200 perches to a post; thence N. 67H E. 2w perches to a post; thence & 2X E. SOU perches to a white oaks thence S. 7K W, 200 perches to the place, of beginning; And that said inquisition is 1 ig.wuui on me Ma aay oi a ovemuer, joov. AIEX.irlMcCANDLESS, Sheriff. in I trw-p B3-DUplay advertisements one dollar per square or one insertion. Classified advertise ment on this page such as Wanted, lor Bale, So Let, etc, ten cents per line for each inser tion, and none taken for less than fifty cents. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BRANCH OFFICES. For the accommodation of the 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 0 P. M. for inser tion next morning: Advertisement! arsho be 'prepaid except where advertisers already bare account with Thx Dis patch. pittsbtjeq. THOMAS MCCAFFREY. ZM Butler street. EMIL G. STUCKEY. Sitb street and Penn ave. E. G. STUCKEYftCO., Write ave. and Pulton st. X. STOKELY, ruth Avenue Market House. ULSTXND. J. TV. WALLACE. 6121 Fean avenue. OAKLAND. MCALLISTER ft SHEIBLER, 5th av. ft Alwood it. EOCTHSIDX. JACOB SPOHN. No! '2 Canon street. H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carton street. ALLEGHENY. A. J. KAERCHER, 59 Fedtral street. H. J. McBRIDE. Market Bouse, Allegheny. FREDH. EGGERS. 172 Ohio street. F. H. EGGERS ft SON, Ohio and Cheitnut sts. J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson meets. THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aves. G.TY. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver ares. PERRY M. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny avea. M1LLVALE BOROUGH. TV. TV. FLOCEXR, Stationer. No. 4 Grant ave. THE DISPATCH HAS OPENED A BRANCH OFFICE FOB THE SOUTHSIDE AT NO. 1220 CARSON STREET. WHERE ADVERTISEMENTS AND NEWS CAN BE LEFT, BOTH FOB GENERAL EDITIONS, AND FOR THE SPECIAL SOUTHSIDE ISSUES PUBLISHED EACH SATURDAY. WANTED. BXnla Help. VT7-ANTED-A GOOD BUTCHER-APPLY AT YV MEAT MARKET, No. 7811 Bntlcr street. no9-69 WANTED-GOOD, STOUT ERRAND BOY: must live In Allegheny. WILL PRICE. 47 Sixth St. no9-67 "TTTANTED STONECUTTERS, INQUIRE AT YV JOHN SCHRElNEH'Syard, beadof Adams st.. Allegheny. no5-44-rrs WANTED-A FHtST-CLASS CANVASSER for the Century Dictionary. H. WATTS ft CO., 431 Wood st. no-71-TTS WANTED-THREE FIRST-CDAbS TJPHOL STKRERS at once. HAUGH ft KEEN AN, 33 and 34 Water St. so9-45 TTTANTED-COAT MAKER; STEADY EM YV PLOYMENTfor the right man. Address B., Saltsbnrg. Indiana CO., Pa. no8-67 WANTED-BOY 15 OR 16 YEARS OLD: MUST be bright: $2 50 per week. Apply SCOTT'S DENTAL OFFICES, 624 Penn ave. no9-97 TTJANTED-FOUR THIUD-CLASS STEEL YV molders: steady work: no strike. SHARON STEEL CASTING CO., Sharon. Pa. no8-77 WANTED-TWO GOOD UNION PAINTERS. Apply to W. TV. SIMONS on Monday morn ing at Hellman House's, Henderson St., Nunnery HUL Allegheny. no9-39 "TTTANTED A FIRST-CLASS BREAD AND Y V cake baker: must be sober and reliable. None other need apply to BROWN ft SON, Washington, Pa. no8-7l WANTED AGENT THAT WISHES TO make money and has email capital to in vest: call and be convinced of this fact. TV. H. CLARK, 926 Penn ave. no9-9 WANTED-AN ACTIVE YOUNG MAN, WITH knowledge of bookkeeping and hardware business preferred; state salary and give refer ence. POPE, P. O. Box 166. Pittsburg. no-6 WANTED-GENTLEMEN WHO DESIRE A wife or a lively correspondent to send their address and stamp to THE AMERICAN CORRE SPONDING CLUB, Box 643, Clarksburg, W, Va. OC23-I0 WANTED-MOLDEES TEN GOOD. NON UNION molders wanted at the foundry of the Ensign Manufacturing Co.'s car works. Ad dress L K. TITUS, Foreman. Huntington. W. Va. no7-52 "TTT-ANTED-THIRTY COMPETENT AND RE W SPECTABLE stove molders: steady work; prices guaranteed equal to those of union shops. Apply to MIAMI STOVE WOKKS. Lawrence burg, Ind. no7-2S TVTANTEU-RELIAliLii: LOCAL AND TKAVT TT i.L,isu salesmen; positions permanent; special Inducements now: fast-selling specialties; don't dclav: salary from start. BROWN BROS., Nurseryman, Rochester. N.Y. sel7-70-TTS TTANTED A SALESMAN 25 TO S5 YEARS T ol age: must be of good address and will ing to work hard; salary 80 to 90 per montb to the right man: bond and best of reference re- Sulred. Giving age and occupation, address A., lisoatch office. no9-95 TTTANTED AGENTS-S5 TO 10 PER DAY TV made easily: no experience required; our fastenings sell themselves: cost 12Hc sell for 50c; Srofits over 300 per cent; send 2c sump for clrcn ir. SAFETY TUG FASTENING Co., 304 Vine St., Cincinnati. O. no9-7 WANTED-LABOREES WANTED IN NEW Orleans 200 able-bodied men to ship as crew; wages (60 per month and board; to reliable men steady employment will tie given. Apply to M.N.WOOD. Coast and Lalausche Line, No. 2 Canal St., New Orleans, La. ocl6-42 TTTANTED GENTLEMEN AT SMART'S YV Practical Business and Shorthand College, 4 Sixth St.; greater inducements at lower terms than any other college: private lessons Tor both sexes dav and evening; the best Instruction guar anteed without text books. oc31-ttssu WANTED AGENTS -MANUFACTURING and Importing honse want representatives everywhere to introduce ladles and gent's gloves; salary 100 montb and expenses. Address, with stamp. ROYAL MKG. GLOVE AND IMPORT IN G CO., Cincinnati. Ohto. no9-47 T WANTED-AGENTSTOSELLTEA. BAKING powder and pure spices: gifts with goods; coke workers, miners or mlllmm can makemoney In their spare time: special Inducements toper sons having established trade. YAMASH1RO TEA CO., 88 Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa. au20-79-TTS "TTTANTED-SALESMEN AT 75 PER MONTH V salarvand expenses, to sell a line of silver plated ware watches, etc. ; by sample only; horse and team furnished free: write at once for full art1culars and sample case of goods free. STAN AKD SILVERWARE CO.. Boston, Mass. SC24-90-D WANTED-WE WANT TO HIRE AN ENER GETIC person In every I callty to distribute advertising matter and attend to our local inter ests, a straight salary of 2 50 per day and ex penses will be paid. Address, inclosing 2c stamp lor particulars. UNIVERSAI.bUPFLY CO., Chi cago. 11 u No postals answered. n 09-78 WANTED-AT ONCE-ONE ENERGETIC salesman to handle our line of 60 samples in women, misses and children's hand-sewed turns, hand elts and McKay sewed shoes on a commis sion of 5 per cent. In Western Pennsylvania and Eastern Ohio: goods well known: samples ready. .MCCLURE, BLOEbER ft EGGERT, Buffalo. N. Y. , noS-lOu "TTTANTED-AGENTS TO SELL THE PINLESS V clothes line; the only line ever Invented that holds the clothes without pins; a perfect success; patent recently issued; sold only by agents, to whom the exclusive right is given; on receipt of 50 rents we will send a sample line by mall; also circulars, price list ana terms to agents: secure your territory at once Address WORCESTER 1'IKLESS CLOTHES LLM- CO., 17 Hermon St., T orccster, Mass. oca-44-ws WANTED-SALESMEN ON SALARY OR commission, to sell our household special ties by samples to hardware tinware and house furnishing dealers. We hare been established 8 years manufacturing labor-saving patent special ties, and now have finest selling line in the world, bpeclal exclusive routes arranged. Liberal salary and permanent employment to energetic sales men. Write for catalogue and special offer. THE CLIPPER MFG. CO. (ClM.). Cincinnati, O. no3-2i-wssu -TTTA N T E D GENERAL AND LOCAL V agents to handle the new patent chemical ink erasing pencil: greatest novelty ever pro duced; erases ink in two seconds, no abrasion of paper; 200 to 500 per cent profit; one agent's sales amounted to 820 In six days-anotber (32 in two hours: territory absolutely free: salary to good men: noladles need answer: sample 35 cents. For terms and full particulars addressTHE MONROE ERASER CO., Manufacturers, La Crosse Wis. noa-70 Female Help. WANTKD-AN EXPERIENCED PROTEST ANT girl to work and assist with light housework; references required. Call or address K38FE.NN AVE., E. E. U09-41 TTJAlTED-LADY AGENTS-ALSO MEN YY Two lmmensenewspeclaltlcs:onelauymade Vn before dinner, another (16 first hour. Address LITTLE ft "O., Box 443, Chicago, 111. OC30-29-WSSU WANTEU-WE PAY GENTLEMEN AND ladles a liberal salary to procure members for our association; if yon can give only an hour or two per day to ourJbnsiness it will pay you well. AQuress iiauuaaij ljintuufci Aaai s-bbOCI- ATION, 103 State St.. Chicago, IIL U09-49 Situations. WANTED-POS1TION AS HOUSEKEEPER by a lady who Uai had experience: a wid ower's fimlly preferred. Address P. 0. BOX 785, Franklin. Pa. no9-63 WANTKD-A SITUATION BY YOUNG man In hardware business, having ex perience: will furnish good reference. Address HARDWARE, Dispatch office. no9-4S Partners. WANTED-TO ENTER A GOOD BDSINESS by a young man who can Invest from fLOOO to 33.000. Address T.L.J., Dispatch office. uww - , ' c ., . J .-...-- .W I ..tWIHt AUGittni, .m. I J VOB7 I U lUAAIAJT. ........ u,. --" - I mm d. . MUflM. , ABd.Ma nOHE u IS - ... J ?-MjT . .- ... . fcTlPtaUBMHrV...- ... . .-. -. -ti .. 7- T . . -JLri ... T1T - . -V .. ' . . .. A . . .&ri.,r. ,1.. - . .21-"" 1 .... a . -rmmm m ff.ni MVMOTV. w.m HHMHlHkAH A ..j IHRH HKJM Slolo and Pemale fleln. -TTTANTED WAITER FOB PRIVATE FAMI V LY, 10 for hotel, housekeeper, Catholic pre ferred. 100 boase girls. GO cooks. lochambermalds, dishwasher. 2 dining room girls, boarding house cook. MEEHAN'S, MS Grant st. no7-D WANTEU-FRENCH NURSE TO TAKE charge of two children, cooks, dining room girls, chambermaids, nurses, 100 Lousegltis, Ger man and colored girls, farm hands, drivers, man for dairy. MRS. E. THOMPSON, 60S Grant St. OC7-MTD3 WANTED-YOU TO READ "MARY, THE Queen of the House of David," by Dr. Walsh. Note the following: "It has a fascina tion on everypage."-Benson Losslng. "It is a' at companion for 'Ben Hur, and like it. Is fasci nating and Instructive." Dr. J. 11. M. Knox, President Lalayette College. "I accepfwlth thanks your beautiful book. "Mary, etc, "Queen Victoria. "It is a marvelous book." Dr. A. H. Norcross. This remarkable book Is sold by sub scription; good salary to men and women woo are no: arrald to work. Call or address as below: pub lished exclusively by A. S. OKA V ft CO.. Eisner building. no9-9S Financial. -TTTANTED-MORTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN YY In sums to suit at 4K. 5 and 6 per cent. ALLES ft BAILEx, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 1C7. apl9-14-TTSSU -TTTANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY PBOP YY ERTY. over S4.O00; H tr cent; no tax. HENRY A. WEAVER ft (CO.. S2 Fourth avenue. mh2-a22-i WANTED-MORTGAGES IN LARGE OR small amounts: on city or suburban im proved real estate at lowest rates. ALEXANDER ft LEE. 313 Wood St. no9-65-HW8 WANTKD-fSOO to 1500.000 TO LOAN ON mortgages, 4&S and e per cent. J AS. W. DRAPE ft CO., 113 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. Tele phone No. 875. noS-Sl-MWTS WAN TED-MORTGAGES-I1. 000.000 TO LOAN In large and small amounts at 4H. SandS per cent, free of State tax: no delay. REED B. COXLEft CO.. 131 Fourth ave. myn-60 WANTED-TO LOAN SS50,C0O ON MORT GAGES In amounts to suit, in city or coun try, at 4K to 6 per cent, as to security; no delay. bAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO., 89 Fourth ave. Jyl4-16-UThS XTJANTED-TO LOAN SMO.000. IN AMOUNTS YV of 3, 000 and upward, on city and suburban property, on 4H percent, free oftax; also smaller amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK ft BAIRD, 85 Fourth avenue. se21-d2S-D "TTTANTED MORTGAGES L 000, 000TO LOAN Y V on city and suburban properties at 4M, Sand 6 per cent, and on larms In Allegheny and adja cent counties at 6 per cent. 1. M. PENNOCK ft bON, 105 Fourth avenue. ap7-fU -TTTANTKD-TO lOAN 1200,000 ON MOHT VV GAGES; sioo and upward at 6 per cent; ov,uat 44 per cent on resiaences or ousineu property: ; aiso in auioiniug counties. S. H. FRENCH, 125 Fourth avenue. OC2I-4-D SnaccTioneona. TUT ANTED A SECOND-HAND SPRING TT wagon for express hauling. Address F. R. S., Dispatch office. noS-60 WANTED-TO BUY OR LEASE A LARGE business property (or groand on which to build); state particulars, location and price In strict confidence. BOX 476, city. noS-91 WANTED - NOVEMBER IS THE LAST month for fine cabinets at tl per dozen, at AUFRKUIT'S ELITE GALLERY, 516 Market St., Pittsburg. Bring the children on elevator. no3-60-TWTSS WANTED-ONE 6 OR 7-TON CAPACITY foundry ladle, with good, convenient gear ing to handle same Address, with full descrip tion and price, VULCAN IRON CO., LIM., New Castle, Pa. noS-30 WANTED ONE SECOND-HAND STEAM power punch, such as is used In boiler shop. Address by letter only, giving dimensions and price and where it can be seen, HENRY R. HlbSEICH. 18 Walnnt St., Allegheny. no5-61-TTS WANTED BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO TOGRAPHER. 96 Fifth avenue. Pittsburg, and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to know that he is making fine cabinets at SI 50 per dozen; photos delivered when promised: lnstan taneons process. mh!3-63 FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.' Cltv Residences. T7IOR SALE-S3.7DD-A PER CENT NET IIN- Jj VESTMENT, brick house.8 rooms, on Marion st.. Sixth ward, one-half square from Fifth ave. W. A. HERRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. no2-91-ws FOR SALE ONLY 6,000 TERMS VERY easy: for a ' large, commodious house: 10 rooms; cor. lot, 140x127 ft.: well located on Mt. Washington. See W. A. HEREON ft SONS. 80 Fourth avenue ( oc23-39-ws OR SALE aGOOD 4-ROOM HOUSE WITH finished attle, on Fifth avenue, near Soho, on line of cable car: price, 2,500; lot runs through to another st., (which can be built on. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth ave. no9-51 FOR SALE-(5.500WILL BUY AREAL GOOD brick home with modern Improvements; beautifully papered; only 5 minutes walk from Court House: the property lsworth 6,500. JAMI SON ft OICKIEJgs Fourth ave. noS-73 TTttJH, &AL2-F1NE INVESTMENT-5 BRICK X? bouses with corner lot in tbecity.halfsquare from Penn avenne, rents about L 500 annually, will be sold to pay 8 per cent net. JAS. V. DRAPE 4 CO., 129 Fourth ave, Pittsburg. no9-59-D FOR SALE 9 PER CENT NET INVESTMENT ror5,000 on Fifth ave.: short distance from Court House: 3 houses: almost new: rented to good tenants: large lot. fronting two streets: cer tain of enhancement of value. SAM'L W.BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave. no7-41-8 FOR SALE-P.500-FERRY ST.. BETWEEN Third and Fourth avea.. line, substantial 3 story brick dwelling. 8 large rooms, hall, bath, laundry, slate and marble mantels, both gases, etc: lotabont 20x77 feet; bargain: must be sold at once: terms to suit. SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave. noS-94 FOR 8ALE-THE HANDSOME RESIDENCE of Washington Beck, Esq., No. 1,814 Sidney street. Southslde: 2-storv brick of 8 rooms: fin at ished attic; good cellar; bath: range; both kinds of gas and other modern conveniences; verysub tantlally built and nicely finished; all In excellent repair; on the rear, fronting on an alley, a good 4-room frame house lot 24x120 feet; location de sirable: will be sold at a sacrifice. L M. PEN NOCK ft SON, 105 Fourth ave. no9-94-MWS Enat End Reslaenee. SAi.E-R.800 WILL BUY A 7-RtlOM F lOR frame house on Carver street, E. E.: hall. city water, mansard roof, front and backstairs ana natural gas: kxd casn; bai. szo per month. JAMISON ft DICKIE, 96 Fourth sve and cor. Penn and Shady aves.. E. E. noS-73 FOR SALE-ON ELLSWORTH AVE., NEAR Roup st., corner lot 55 by ab't 135; frame bouse, 8 rooms, bathroom: natural gas, elegant front porch, hall In center of house; good elevation; very desirable In every respect; onlv S8.O0O. THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave. no9-S8-TTSSu FOR SALE-H600 E. E..ONE SQUARE FROM tilth ave., on a SO-ft. street; substantial 6 room frame dwelling In excellent repair: hall, water, etc.; lotlOOft. square; this Is an excellent investment, as at least two good lots can be sold off the property at once, bAMUEL TV. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave. n 08-94 FOR SALE-ON COR. EL WOOD AND EDWIN sts.. lot 50x129 to 20-lt. alley: new frame house of 8 rooms, reception hall, bathroom, basement laundry and all modern Improvements; elegant front and side porch: good neighborhood: onlv 2 minutes' walk from F Ifth ave. cable cars: 6,750; easy terms. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth avenue. no9-5S-TTSSu FOR SALE AN EAST END DWELLING house with large lot; eltht nice rooms, reception-hall, natural gas. bath, laundry, porch front and rear: almost new and in excellent con dition throughout; owner Intends going South and Is prepared to sell at only 7,500: possession within thirty days. JAS. v . utLA.r& b tu. 19 n 07-21 Fourth ave, Flttsburg, FOR 5ALE-ON O'HARA ST., BETWEEN Firth ave. and Walnut St., lot 42x130: frame house of8 rooms and bathroom; lavatory on first floor: slate mantels, natural gas, elegant front and side porch: ab't 3 minutes from Fifth ave. cablecars; desirable In everv respect: only 8,750: a bargain. THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave no9-58-TTSSU FORSALE-FOR 10,000-THE BEST BARGAIN on Hlland avenue East End; the bouse Is a good house lo rooms and finished attle front and rear porches, carriage house and stable in the rear on alley; the lot Is large; fine shade trees; good location on the avenue and n the west side of the avenue: this Is the best bargain now for sale of its class in the East End. C. H. LOVE.No. 93 Fourth avenue no9-Sl FOR 8ALE-1N THE EAST END-BEAUTI-FUL new residence, with corner lot near cable cars and R.R.station; Sntce rooms, finished attic rooms, bath, lavatory, w.c, laundry, natural gas, wide hallway, with niche at entrance: porch, with plana covering the entire front: a most de sirable property; everything almost new; has been occupied only a short time; will be sold at a bargain on easypsyments, with Immediate pos session: carpels will be solo with the house irde slrea. Particulars from JAS. W DRAPE ft CO., IS Fourth ave.. Flttsburg. noS-S7-D TTIOR SALE-SEVERAL FIRST-CLASS RESI E DEKCES and grounds in the East End In central localities on and around line of cable cars, near Shadyslde station; we have a number of fine properties on our list for sale to which we would Invite the attention of anyone desiring to secure position in the Shadyslde district; wo will take pleasure In showing any or the places and giving full particulars confidentially at any time: we have a system of conducting our business by which bujers are not known until deals are con summated. JA8. W. DKAFE ft CO.. 129 Fourth avenue, Flttsburg. no7-Z2-Ths FOR SALE OAKLAND, FOURTEENTH ward: but few of the many people tn this f;reat city have any conception or the magnitude, mmense improvement, rapid growth and en hancement of the now most desirable residence district within our city limits: within 30 davs the new electrie street railway will be In operation, connecting Oakland Square and the city (via be traction road) ror the nominal fare of 5 cents: Oakland Square is a beautiful park around which run wide streets paved with asphaltnm and sew ered free or cost to the purchaser ot one or the beautirul dwellings facing the square a brief de scriptlonorwhlchishereglven; Built of brick, by day work, two sizes, 8 and 9 rooms, halls, bath, Inside shutters and w. c.'s, handsome slate man tels, tile hearths, sliding doors, range and both gases: also electric lighting apparatus, large porches, cemented cellars, fine chandeliers, large lot, etc.: terms, small cash payment down, bal ance 500"per annum; 14 of these dwellings have been sold to representative business men: the time consumed in running from the postofflce to the square is but 17 minutes, thus giving ample time to go home for dinner; see the square before buying elsewhere. SAM'L W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth are. no8-9e-D East End Residence. FOR SALE ROBINSDN AVENUE-TWO-STORY frame, 4 rooms, rood cellar, lot 25x117; SL200. CHARLES HOMERS ft CO.. 313 Wood St. no5-33-TWT8 FOR SALE HANDSOME 8-ROOMED FRAME house on Grazier St.. lot 43x120: price H 500. on easy payments. MELLON BROTHERS. 6319 Station St., E. E. no7--Ths FOR SALE BRICK HOUSE 7 ROOMS AND large lot on Rlppey St., paved: a handsome borne and well located; tft.990. on easy payments. MELLON BROTHERS, 6M9 Station St., E? it. no'-O-ThS FOR 8ALE-ON LEXINGTON AVE., NEAR Lincoln ave., 2J4"acre8:-good frame house of S rooms: elegant water: tlnest of fruit In abund ance: only $8,750. THOS. LIGGETT. No. 114 Fourth ave. no9-57-xwFg6u FOR SALE SYLVAN AVENUE, NEAR BO QUET street, substantially built and cozy bouse of S rooms, large pantry, bath, range, hot and cold water: choice lot 30x128: S4.70O. CHARLES SOMERS ft CO., 313 Wood st. nos6 FOR SALE-NEW DWELLING-HOUSE OF 6 rooms, attic bath. w. c, range, slate man tels, front and back porch: lot 30x100: Cypress street, Shadyslde; easy terms: immediate pos session. GEORGE SCHMIDT, 157 Fourth ave. no2-44 T7OR SALE-H800-8HADYSUJE, 1 SQUARE X1 from Firth ave.; ncw9-room frame dwelling, ball, bath, sliding doors.-lnsldeshnttersand w.c, slate mantels, tile hearths, range, gas, etc: lot 32x100. SAM'L TV. BLACK ft to., 99 Fourth ave. no6-75 FOR SALE A PROPERTY ON PENN AVE NUE, near Lang avenue. East End: there Is a good eight-room dwelling on It: the lot has a front of 65 feet on Penn avenue: will sell on terms to suit purchaser. C. H. LOVE, No. 83 Fourth avenue. no9-51 F OR SALE A NICE 6-ROOM DWELLING, almost new. in the East End. nr&r nnhlln school and cablecars: good lot, with side entrance: price only 32,600, on easy payments; Immediate possession. JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth ave.. Pittsburg. no9-o9-D Hazelwood Residences. FOR SALE HAZELWOOD AVE.. NEAR station: good point for Investment: two-storv house 4 rooms, lot 24x100, for I,500. CHARLES SOMERS ft-CO., 313 Wood street. no9-06 FOR SALE-S250 CASH, BALANCE SMALL monthly payment, for 6-room Queen Anne dwelling, ball, porch, vestibule, lot 24x123, -one minute from becond ave. Electric Railway; price 2,500; we have sold several large pieces of ground here to concerns employlrg a considerable number of men, and increased valnes In real estate will naturally follow. SAMUEL TV. BLACK ft CO.. 99 Fourth ave. no9-91-MWS Allegheny Residences. T7IOR SALE-ON BEECH ST., ALLEGHENY, .a' nne ones: uwemus;, 4-aiuries ana mansara: lot 20x100 feet; price, 112,000. Federal st. A. D. WILSON, 55 no7-96-Ths FOR SALE ON LOCUST STREET. NEAR Seagwlck street, house 7 rooms, large lot, 48x130 feet; price. 10,000. A. D, WILSON. 55 Federal st., Allegheny. no7-95-ws FOR SALE-ON STOCKTON AVE.. ALLE GHENY, 3-story brick dwelling, with large lotrunnlng through to Parkway; price. 326.000. A. D. WILSON, 55 Federal St. no7-9Ths TTIOR SALE-ONLY li.100 FOB SIX-ROCM ve.. Second wr.rd: JD brick house on Washington are, corner nronertv: a irenulne barra genuine bargain. BAL7EN- BPERGER ft WILLIAMS, 154 fourthave. no9-50 FOR SALE WEST END AVE., LINE OF Pleasant Valley Electric road, 2 good houses, 4 rooms each, dry cellars, water, gas: lot 40x168; price for all 3,800. CHARLES SOMERS ft CO., 313 Wood ct. no9-96 FOR 8ALE-1N THE SECOND WARD, ALLE GHENY, half square from North ave. and the parks, modern brick dwelling of 7 rooms, ball, laundrv, slate mantels, bath, w. c. etc., etc.; price 5,503. ALEXANDER ft LEE, 313 Wood st. n 09-53 FOR SALE LOOK AT THIS COMFORTABLE and attractive house, on Use of street cars and near station, McClure avenue, Allegheny; two-story and mansara. 7 rooms, hall, gas, water, good cellar: lot 20x110; 2,500. CHARLES SOMEKS ft CO., 313 Wood St. no9-96 FOR SALE-ON ELLSWORTH AVENUE, 5,250, a neat, almost new house, 6 rooms, large attic late improvements, all in first-class order: street and sewer improvements made: well located at Shadyslde. See W. A. HERRON ft SONS, 13 Fourth avenue. ' no6-40-ws FOR SALE-A CHOICE RESIDENCE NEAR parks, above North ave.. Allegheny: lot fronting two streets; press brick, 9 rooms, mod ern construction and finish; convenient and at tractive location: cheap at 7,000, CHARLES SOMERS ft CO., 313 Wood street, no9-96 FOR SALE-ON WESTERN AVENUE-M5.000 will buy you a new home, about 9 rooms, with all the new Improvements, wlttt a good brick stable In rear of lot; If you want to buy a new, nobby, well bnllt borne come and seS about this. A. D. WILSON. 55 Federal St., Allegheny. no7-95-ws FOR 8ALE-DESIRABLE PROPERTY AND A profitable lnvestment-fconstdered cheap; only 7,000; payments made to suit; on Lacock, near Sandusky st., Allezhcny: lot 21x100 ft. : two houses, one in front and one In rear on Stoddard st. V. A. HERRON ft gONS8D Fourth avenue. " no6-68-WS "TTIOR SALE-EXCELLENT WASHINGTON JD ave., Allegheny, house, press brick, stone trimmings, finely finished throughout, range, hot and cold water, both gases, good lot, extending to pared alley: new electric road now completed on this street; 6,000. CHARLES SOMEKS id)., 313 Wood St. no9-96 FOR SALE-BEAVER AVE.. ALLEGHENY, excellent location, substantial frame house, 7-foot hall, 5 large rooms 15x15, kitchen, side en trance, large porch, front, side and rear yard; nice grape arbor: a cozy residence or good busi ness location; must be sold at once: $3,500. HtM lUVAKUU. UlUSh U, HIIU a, nun CHARLES SOMERS ft CO., 313 Wood St. no9-96 FOR SALE-THE SALE OF THE PROPERTY on Lombard street, Allegheny, was adjourned to-day, on account of the rain, fnntil Tuesday. Nov. 19, at 2 o'clock: there are 3 lots SO feet front and a church building, which can be arranged for 3 or 4 dwellings, and would pav 11 per cent. Par ticulars from JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. no9-59-D FOR SALE-A FINE RESIDENCE. WITH corner lot, on the parks. Allegheny: excellent location: residence almost new and replete throughout with all modern appliances: a very desirable point for a city borne on the parks. Particulars and permit to examine the propertv can be obtained from JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth ave, Pittsburg. no8-87-D FOR SALE-ALLEGHENY- SUBSTANTIAL and attractive brick residence, 8 rooms, attic vestibule bay windows, folding doors, water,gas, etc.: large lot on clean, wide paved street: a beautiful situation: eastern exposure affording sunlight, pure air and pleasing view; price re- duced to effect prompt sale to 7,000. viiaalls su,u,K3 a w,, tfia wooa street. no9-96 F IOR SALE-SECOND WARD, ALLEGHENY Gbrlck dwellings, one snuare from Pleasant aiiey cars; d rooms eaca. nan ana vesiiouie in side shutters and w.c, marble mantels, natural gas, etc.: lot 140x80 feet; alt now rented to pay about 9 per cent above taxes and water rent: own er Is a non-resident and will sell cheap. SAMUEL TV. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth sve. no8-96-Tnr8 OR SALE 'A SPACIOUS RESIDENCE property in Allegheny,: one square from Western avenue cars and convenient to the narks; 10 large rooms, with natural (gas, bath anorlava torlal appllanoes. all in prime order throughout; beautiful douole lot, with large open space front and side, alley In the rear: stable and carriage house; this property can be bought at a great bar gain on account of owner being a non-resident. JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth avenue Pitts burg. ' no9-59-D if-,, - .".i , i , ...- . --,- Suburban Residences, i FOR SALE-3 MILES FROM CENTER OF city, 4 acres, comfortable 6-roomed house; 1,700. CHARLES SOMERS A CO.. 313 Wood St. no9-98 FOR SALE-CHOICE LARGE LOTS FRONT ING good streets in midst of handsome new buildings; Rrnshtonstatlon. CHARLES SOMERS ft CO., 313 Wood st. no9-96 FOR SALE AT W1LKINSBURG NEW modern frame dwelling of 10 rooms: all latest improvements; lot 40x13) feet to an alley. ALEX AN DER & LEE, 313 Wood St. no9-53 FOR SALE-CHOICE BUILDING LOTS AND handsome large residence sites snrroundcd by first-class improved properties; Wilklnsburg station. CHARLESSOMERS ft CO., 313 TVood-st. no9-9S FOR SALE ATTRACTIVE KNOXVILLE nome: excellent modern brick dwelling. 7 rooms, hall, vestibule, range, hot and cold water; lot 50x100: grape arbor, fruit and shade; S3.800. CHARLES SOMERS ft CO., 313 Wood St. no9-96 FOR SALE-OAKMONT-MODERN DWELL ING 8 rooms, attic bath, fine dry cellar, slate mantels, marble and tile hearths, stationary sideboard, electric bells, gas, water, large lot; S4.500. CHARLES SOMERS ft CO., 313 Wood St. no5-33-TWT3 FORSALE FOR P,800-EASVSTERMS-A good house of 5 rooms, lot 54x175 ft., on Mon roe St.: well located: quick sale is desired on ac count of removal of owner, oniionroe street, Bellevue. P., Ft. W. 4 C. R. R, TV. A. HER- iioa ft SONS, 80 FOurtn avenue. oc30-21-ws FOR SALE-SUBUKBAN HOME-32-51INDTE rldeana wilkrrom Union depot, Pittsburg; Broad St.. Sewickley; brick dwelling of 10 rooms, modern conveniences; lot 47x203 ft.; lawn and fruit; also, adjoining property, 89)x220 ft., with frame dwelling of 7 rooms, nat. gas, city wafr. etc; will be sold together or seoaratcly: terms adjustable. A. TV. ADAIE,Room708,Penn Bulld lng. Fenn ave. no9-37-p FOR SALE LOTS. Allcchcnv Lots. FOE SALE A CHOICE LOT IN ALLEGHENY, on Locust St.. will be sold at a bargain If taken quick. JAMISON ft DICKIE. 96 Fourth ave. nos-72 T70R SALE-CHEAP BARUAIN-IR WIN AVE. near North ave., 2 lots 20x100 ft. each for &:roeach:t Fourth ave. terms easy. ALLES 4 BAILEY, 164 xei. io'. n 06-59 FOR SALE-OHIO ST. EXTENSION, NEAR Bridge st ; 160 ft. frontage by 32 ft. to West Penn K. R.; six frame dwellings and stable. ALLES & BAILEY, 164 fourth are. Tel. 167. no7-i5-T!issu TTIOR SALE-ALLEGHENY BUILDING LOTS 1? 25x115 feet: actively growing locality: new buildings on every hand: values advancing: each. CHARLES SOMERS ft CO., 313 Wood street. no9-9S FOR SALE-rLOTS ON NUNNEEY H1LU Twelfth ward, Allegheny: a few choice lots remain In the late Robert Henderson plan on Nun nery Hill; to secure a lot here an early visit Is necessary. A. LEGGAXE fcSON, Agents, SI jBcucrust,, Auegaesy, .,. eob-im Cltr liota. TTIOR SALE-CHOICE BUILDING LOT ON .a-- ixiweu street: sxiar; SOMERS ft CO., 313 Wood St. 11,000. CHARLES no5-3J-TWT8 Enst End Lots. FOR SALE-20 BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS, Herron Hill Park, grand view of East Lib erty valley. CHARLES SOMERS ft CO., 813 Wood St. no5-33-TW78 TTIOR SALE TWO DESIRARLE BUILDING X lots on Frankstown ave. East End: each 25x 1 feet to an alley: LEE, 313 Wood si. a bargain. ALEXANDER ft no9-M FOR SALE-SS50-LOT 24X100. ON ELYSIAN ave., Point Breeze: handy to cable and rail road; on easy payments, MELLON BROTHERS, oo-iou.I0ns.., 1U E. no'-o-Taa FOR SALE BAUM GROVE A NUMBER OF the finest lots In this cbolce property at prices away below present valuation. CHARLES BUJUtKS & CO., 313 Wood st. no5-33-TWT8 FOR SALE-COH. WALNUT ST. AND COL LEGE ave.. lot 100x147; sets well above grade; about 3 minutes' walk from Fifth ave. cable cars; small cash payment, bai. on time. THOS. LIG GETT. No. 114 Fourth ave. no9-58-TTBSU FOR SALE-S50 PER FOOT, WALLING1TORD Place, 2 squares from Fifth ave. cable: lot 63x181 feet: this Is a sacrifice and must be sold at once; wlli enhance 20 per cent In 6 months. SASl'L W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave. n 06-75 FOR SALE-S50 PER FOOT EAST LIBERTY, one square from P. B. R. station. Fifth or Penn ave. cable lines-lot 60X130 feet, to an alley: perfectly level, and on a 80-foot street; certainly a bargain. SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO., 89 Fourth ave. no-94 FOR SALE-1138 PER FOOT, FD7TH AVE., near Hlland ave., E. E.: lot 195x250 feet; this Is certainly one of the most desirable resi dence sites on the avenue; high and dry: fine view, etc : very easy terms. SAM'L W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave. no7-40 FOR SALE-CHOICE RESIDENCE SITES IN the most attractive part of East End to be secured by Investing In a lot in Baum Grove plan: Investigate this plan before purchasing elsewhere. MELLON BROST. East End; or JNO. F BAXTER. Agent, 512 Smithfield St. no3-72-TUBSn FOR SALE-1F YOU WANT A SAFE INVEST MENT in property.and one that will Increase rapidly In value, buy one of those very desirable lots In Villa Park plan. Brushton; our prices are low and terms exceptionally easy. JNO. F. BAX '1ER. Agent, 812 Smithfield St. no3-71-TTSSu TTIOR SALE-10 ACRES OF THE MOST BEAU E T1FUL land in theSqulrel Hill district, within 500 feet of the Schenley Park, and having a front age on three streets; this is without doubt the best property offered in the market for a plan of lots. THOS. L1GGEST, No. D.4 Fourth ave. no9-57-VWFSSU Hnzslwood Lota. FOR SALE-FINE LEVEL BUILDING LOTS In the Blair estate, Twenty-third ward, 5 minutes from Hazelwood or Gleuwood stations and on line of Second avenue electric railway; these lots are sold on the easy payment plan and are cheap, considering the facilities for reaching them lrom the business center: present prices 400 to 1,500. will be good only for this year, after January 1, 1SS0, prices will be considerably higher; to those who contemplate buying we would say, buy at once and obtain the enhancement of values which is sure to come in the near luturc SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave. no9-83-TuS Suburban Lot. FOR SALE-BUILDING LOTS CHEAP-THE best In the market for the money: special In ducements to purchasers desiring to build: terms easy: location very desirable; only 7 miles from Federal St.; at Asplnwall station, adjoining Sharpsbnrg, West Penn R. B. Forplans see TVT A. HERRON ft SONS. 80 Fourth ave. no2-90-ws Farms. Fc OR SALE-VALUABLE OIL TARM-STOWE townshln. near Arbuckle well-f 87 acres: will not lease: will be sold reasonable. ALLES ft BAILEY. 164 Fourth ave. TeL 167. no9-68 TTKJR SALE FARM 125 ACRES; 55 ACRES ? good timber; good brick- dwelling. 10 rooms; large frame barn; near R. R. and town: best situ ate farm in State; 40 per a. ED. WITTISH, 410 Grant St.. Pittsburg. noS-D FOR SALE-44 ACRES OF FINE LAND. bouse, barn, well of water, all In cult, and fenced, near city and R. K. In the OU Belt; 200 per acre: good terms; also several other small farms for sale. GEO. B. MARTIN ft CO., 105 Fourth ave. no5-41-TTSSu FOR SALE-200 ACRES, 8-ROOM HOUSE. 2 barns, large orchard, 1 mile from station, for i0 per acre; sell easy payments or take other Droperty In exchange: also 35 acres, nice home 5 rooms, barn, orchard, well, etc.; 2 miles from Beaver; sell easy payments or exchange; send for farm and ex. list. N. F. HURST, Lock Box 49, Rochester, Pa. oc3l-I5-TTS FOR SALE-A GOOD FARM OF 58 ACRES, one-half mile from railroad station and near one of the best county towns In Western Pennsyl vania; land all tillable and mostly in sod or grass. Is welt watered, excellent large orchard, abundance of sinaU fruit, good vineyard, comfortable dwell ing house, sheds and other outbuildings; natural gas mains within a few rods of the house. Terms, etc., from JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. no9-60-aws IHIsCerinneous. FOR SALE-IMPROVED PROPERTY PAYING handsomely in a growing Kansas city: low price or exchange for merchandise. CHARLES SOMERS ft CO., 313 Wood St. no5-33-TWTS FOR SALE-NEAR SCHENLEY acres land, fronting 1,800 feet PARK, 31 on evaded street: can be subdivided into good building lots that will sell rapidly: cheap if sold soon; terms satisfactory. IRA 11. BURCHFLELD, 158 Fourth are. no7-18 FOR SALE A LIBERTY STREET PROPERTY Large lot, with alley In the tear; a very de sirable location for produce commission house: will sell at less than market value and on easy payments and low rate of interest. C. B. LOVE. No. 93 Fourth avenue. no9-5l FOR SALE BUSINESS. Bnslnes Cbnncea. FOR SALE-A FINE GROCERY STORE TN one of the best locations in city: good trade and fresh stock; a good chance. Address J. S., Dispatch office. noS-85 F OB SALE-KESTAURAJST AND DINING room in the thrivinr cltr of Canton- O, omy one mere; aoing a Bpientua Business, Htm M lAlnove Ttii-iiir 'antn t T ... . . . . . . . . . . . : Ad- ww Aiatf v uyvsv Aa vua vsimwm w no9-8 FOR SALE-LEASEHOLD, LICENSE AND furniture (20 rooms) of a good hotel In Youngstown, O. : price reasonable: possession at once. THOS. LIU G KIT, 114 Fourth ave. n 09-58 FOR SALE A FRESH STOCK OF GENERAL merchandise in an excellent farming and mining district; the leading business bouse In a good railroad town; 111 health of owner the only reason for selling. Particulars from ALEX ANDER ft LEE, 313 TVood St. n 09-53 FOR 4JALE-FRANKSTOWN AVE., E. E.. fine bus'ness location, first-class grocery; clean, choice goods, fixtures, lease, horses, de livery wagons; complete establishment, doing an active and profitable business: well adapted building; large yard, stable, etc: low rent; will sell at Invoice. CHARLES SOMERS ft CO.. 313 Wood st. no5-33 TWrs FOR 8ALE-AT A BACH1FICE-A FIRST CLASS drygoods business: stock fresh and clean: location one of the lery best. In a large manufacturing district; stock will Involie about 4Ctf): can be reduced to S3, 000; good and sufficient reasons for selling. Those meaning business can Set foil particulars by addressing P. O. BOX 50, IcKeesport, Pa. no2-43-TTS FOR SALE SEVERAL FINE GROCERY stores, lar&re and small, at low nrlces: clrar stores, small drygoods stores, confectioneries, bak eries, laundry, feed store, milk depots, boarding houses, printing office, etc N. B. We have customer with I5.0C0 or more capital who will take interest In good paying city drygoods business. SHEPARD ft CO., 54 Fifth ave. no FORSALE-AN OLD ESTABLISHED COUN TRY store with a general and well assorted stock of goods and doing a safe and profitable business: situate in the midst of a populous and wealthy community; postofflce established in same building; ill health on the part of present owner, and anxiety to retire from business the only rea sons for selling. Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth avenue Pittsburg. no5-7S-TTTS JW IOR SALE-AN EAST END GROCERY A good one. enlovlng a large and profitable patronage; everymmg complete ana prosperous under an Intelligent management: no dead stock, no bad debts, no creditors: sale to be made sinfply to permit proprietor to devote his time to other ia pressing aemanus: invoice win snow value to be about (4,000. CHARLES SOMERS ft CO . 313 wooasi. no9-9S TTIOR SALE-A WHOLE OR HALF INTEREST j in an extensive general store doing a large and lucrative business in a rapidly growing man ufacturing town on line of railroad; spacious rooms In a brick building on the corner of the two leading streets In the place; oldettand best stand In town; sales about 30.000 annually, mostly on a cash basis: no bad debts; such a fine opportunity as this presents to secure a money-making busi ness is or rare occurrence. Fuller information to principals onlyand those meaning business can be obtained at our office or sent by mall when real name and address Is given. JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO.. 123 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. n 07-21 , Bnaineas Stands. FOR SALE-WOOD STREET PKOPEKTY-LOT 20x90, with warehouse on it, at less than value to settle np an estate. C. H. LOVE, No. 93 Fourth avenue. no9-51 F 'OR BALE-POSITIVELY A BARGAIN IN tills choice business nronertv: Diamond, near r cuciiu street, Aiiegneny; uuuuiug anaioiarxw feet to alley; wc want to quote price:to an actual buyer familiar with values In this vicinity. CHARLES SOMERS ft CO., 313 TVood street, no9-9S ..,-. i. , -; . r. r .r .::.i ' . . .'. -- FOR SALE-BUSINESS PBof'ERTy SOUTH Diamond, near Federal street, Allegheny: to a prompt buyer we can sell this business house and lot, 20x90 to an alley, at a price below valua tion of any business property equally good in Allegheny. CHARLES SOMERS ft CO.. 313 Wood L no5-33-Twrs TTIOHSALE A'FINE BUSINESS PROPERTY A' on one of the best avenues In the cltv with a front of nearly 100 feet, extending along a good street to an alley; one orthe best sites for the pur pose of erecting business bouses, retail or whole sale in the city. Particulars from JAS. Y. DRAPE ft CO., 119 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. no9-59-D FOR SALE-BOARDING AND LODGING bouse; the entire furnlsbment (which lsgood and almost new) of a 3-story brick house on Third, ave., near smithfield street; every room occupied; a number of table boarders; business paying well; declining health reason for selling. Aoolr to L FENNOCK&SON. No. 194 Fourth ave, I J a,rojauuaaiuji. hb. i trnartA ,til i i in vAAdmnnnu Miatwirfjria . &. I MrroK- Fia..k .jnaBH Boers Mannfactnrinc SIliSS. FOR SALE-FINE LOT-'JUITAtoi'a. i manufacturing establishment: situate on Second avenne. above Ross it. 1 If sold soon cnoo bad at a bargain and on easy payments. See-r;. A. HERKON ft SONS, wnrnnrttiavg. ncC-90-WB riOK SALE-FINE LOT-'JUITAtol'JS FOB SALE MISCELLANEOUS. Hnchinerr and Metals. TTTORSALE-ONFEDEBALST..ALLEGHE7Tv tl J.HJU. .l.... -Mna-.V. i.AfAIT bUllding1? a good Investment: Drlcc -5"Y """"" ':'" "i'.W"1 VTwii- BON, 55 Federal st. no7-96-Th8 FOR SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW and refitted: repairing promptly attended to. PORTER FOUNDRYANDMACfllNE CO.,LlMj, below Suspension bridge, AUegheny, Pa. xutsya T7KJR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND" JD boilers: aU sizes ajid styles In stock, from 4 to 100 h. p. ;all refitted;good as new, at lowest prices; portable engines, 8 to 25 h. p. : boilers all sizes and styles. J.S.YOUNG,23Park way, Allegheny. Pa. oc2S0-D TTIOR SAMt-NllW-IINK SECOND-HAND JD tenoning machine, 2 surface planers andl. snaper, ana new ana secona-nana engines, doucis, lard kettles, tar tanks. Slemen valves, eastings. etc VELTE .MCDONALD, Thirty-second st. and Penn ave. 1V2M1-TTS F IOR SALE-ON SPECIALLY EASY TERMS, acomDletelv ennlnned malleable and gray iron foundry. In full running order: property i 225x160 feet: brick building, with machine shop, patterns, etc., and Is situated within tnree blocks ortue switch tracKln the nesrtofSt. Louis. For full particulars apply to JOHN GRETHER, No. 304 N. Eighth St., St. Louis, Mo. OC26-39-TTS TTIOR 8ALE-MACHINERY, TOOLS AND No. 46 Water j. ewe vn we premises. street, will be sold at auction. November 12, 18S9. at 10 a. 2i an excellent lot of lathes from 18 to 6 inches, swing from 8 -to 16-foot bed; brass lathes, drill presses, planer, wood-working ma chinery, S-lnch Saunders tapping machine, pipe machine; lot machine and gas-fitting tools, ream ers, taps, etc.; malleable and cast Iron fittings: gato and globe valves suitable for steam and natural gas: bending table and furnace; flasks and patterns of valves, flanges and fittings; also large gray mare, harness and wagon. REES, SHOOK ft CO., 46 Water street, Pittsburg. Fa. OCS9-62 FOE SALE-MACHINE SHOP THE VALU ABLE machine shop of Washington Beck. Esq., sltnate on S. Slxteentn street, S. 3.. le now ottered ror sale owing to 111 health: lot 60x60 ft., with one 2-story frame building 40x60 ft. and a one-story frame 20x61 feet, with engine, boiler, ran. 3 lines of shartlng. pullles, etc.: the ma chinery Is ail first-class and in good condition; location excellent, heretofore doing a nice busi ness: this valuable property will be sold at a low price to an immediate purchaser; an excellent opportunity for a man of experience and means to step into a well established trade: the attention of machinists Is Invited. Apply to I. M. PENNOCK ft SON, 105 Fourth ave. no7-24-MTbB TO LET. City Residence. TO LET-ON FEDERAL ST., NEAR WYLIE ave., brick house of 7 rooms and bathroom. THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave. no9-58-rrssu rpO LET-10 MINUTES' WALK FROM COURT JL HOUSE, neat brick bouse, 6 rooms and large attic; late Improvements; rent low; on Bedford avenue. W. A. HERRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. no6-41-wrhs TO LET-PENN AVE. AND FLFTH ST.. three-story brick house, ninerooms: all con veniences: unexcelled location for lodging house, offices or professional men; immediate possession. SAM' L TV. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave. no3-ll East End Residences. TO LET-HOJSE OF 14 ROOMS, STABLE and outbuildings: large grounds; on Negley avenue near Penn avenne cable cars. Inquire of HENRY ROBERTS,at Oliver ftRoberts Wire Co., Southslde sei9-10 TO LET-FOR ALMOST NOTHING TO AN acceptable tenant with a small family, a good brick dwelling at the end of Penn avenue; 3 minutes' walk from railroad station: possession at once: rent no object to a good party. JAS. W. DRA PE ft CO., 123 Fourth are, Pittsburg, n 09-63 Allegheny Residences. flTO LET-ON RIDGEWOOD AVENUE, ALLE- a uniui x. moaern house oio rooms, reception hall, etc., at r ANDERftLl ! per month:no water rent. ALEX E, 313 Wood st. " no-M-D Business Stands. TO LET-NEW WAREHOUSE, 40x80, s STORIES and cellar: power elevator; very convenient location. Call for particulars. SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO.. ,99 Fourth ave no5-14 Offices. Deuli Room. tc TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD ING, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two of the roomiest and best-lighted offices to be found In the city; rent, 200 and 300 per annum, including elec tric lights. Janitor service and steam heating. Apply between 10 A. M. and 1 r. ., or between 2 and 4 r. M. Jy23-67 PERSONAL. PERSONAL HAVE xOU SEEN LEVI'S bookstore? Do yon Know we have new books as well as old? Do you know we have the largest stock of old books west ot the Allegheny Moun tains? LEVI'S BOOKSTORE, 900 Liberty St. no3-33 PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE TURNED; recently they bad not been on the best of terms owing to a little family lar occa sioned by the wife insisting on being allowed to renovate his wearing apparel, and which, ot course, was done in a bungling manner; in order to prevent the trouble they agreed to send all their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor, 65 Fifth ave.. corner TVood St., second floor, and nw everything is lovely and peace and happiness af aln reigns In their household. Telephone 1553. unso-D LOST. L0ST-P0CKETB0(JK ON P. B. B. TRAIN, due at Flttsburg 6:50 r. 31., November 7: the finder will be suitably rewarded by leaving the same at STATION MASTER'S OFFICE, Onion station. no9-3 AMUSEMENTS. B LIOU THEATER Matinee to-day. EVANS & HOI 3EY -IN- "A PARLOR MATCH." November Dl Hartley Campbell's "Siberia." no4-14-TVS GRAND OPERA HOUSE This afternoon. MR. SOL SMITH RUSSELL. "A Poor Relation." To-night. "BEWITCHED." Next week-"A Midnight Bell." no9-M TTTORLD'S MUSEU1 ORLD'S MUSEUM. ALLEGHENY. TVeek commencing November 4, iJAtsa, tne ussinea .man. Many curios. Clever theater entertainment. nc1 TTARRIS' THEATER Everyafternoon and evening. BARLOW BROTHERS' MINSTRELS. TVeek November 11 ZO-ZO. no3-5 TTARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY To-night Usual Matinees, ' The Rentz-Santlsy Novelty and Burlesque Co. ANTHONY AND CLEOPATRA. no3-2 LA TOSCA'S RECEPTION. By Request THOUSANDS OF OUR CITIZENS, who desire to witness the Grand Special Electrical and 'Scieptiflo Displa made for the PAN-AMERICAN CONGRESS, The wonderful process of welding iron, steel, brass and other metals by 'elec tricity by the Thomson Welding Co. Tho celebrated Westinghouse Rotary En gine, never beforo operated in public, the whole being the most complete E'ectrical and Scientific display ever at tempted in this country will be open to the public at Mechanical Hall, EXPOSITION BUILDING, on November 9,11,12, 18, 14, 15 and 18, from 9 a.m. to 10 p. it., . ADMlSSI0N,"a6c. n 00-71 TIEPrnsBUKOPHOTO-EJIGRAVINGCOM-PANY,incorporatedlMS,DM)PATCHBDILD-' 1NG, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond st. JEagravisas of buildings, machinery, portraits, cats for cata logue etc: reproductions of pea and fc dnw lng. wood eat prints, aaaasolfM, etc; artat- wa. Bsww, oft, "VBtl ws!& ASSIGSEESALE. AT AUCTION .' 1 Important to tie public zip stock eat Ufg drjKqos' teaerase boom, over 050,060 worth of foreig - ., I and domestic DBYGOODS' "J" CARPETS, RUGS, DRUGGETS. Etc.. Et," BY AUCTION AT' J. H. BORLAND'S LARGE AND SPACIOUS C0MMIS8I0K ROOMS. . 7 V Nos. 723 and 725 Liberty street, at the head of Wood' street, opposits too Arbuckle block.-commencine MONDAY, NOV. 4, 1:889. Bales will commence daily at 10 A. HU, 2 r. X. and 7:30 r. J&, and continue , from day to day until the entire stock is disposed of, and in quantities to suit the purchaser. This is without exception the largest sale ot Fine Drygoods, Carpets and Rugs ever offered in Pittsburg, and is well worthy the attention of the public generally. The entire stock must be sold regardless of cost 'or price i order to make a prompt settlement with tha creditors. All goods sold at this sale positively guar.' anteed and warranted as represented, Special accommodations provided for ladle. noSal-TTSau A UCTION NOTICE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1S8K On a Credit of Four Months, BY WTLMERDrNG. MORRIS AND MITCHELL, M and 6a WHITE STREET. NEW YORkT Large Important Peremptory Auction Sale or FINE CLOTHING, r By Order or MESSRS. NAUMBURG. & CO., KBAUS, LAUS 18,000 GARMENTS, The entire fall ana. winter stock of the well, known manufacturers, viz: MEN'S AND YOUTHS' SUITS. MEN'S OVERCOATS, ULSTERS, CAPE OVERCOATS, FALL OVERCOATS. REEFERS AND VESTS, TROUSERS, ETC., ETC. The (roods will be ready for examination by catalogue at the stores of MESSRS. NAUM BURG, KRAUS, LAUER & CO.. 657 and 859 Broadway, on MONDAY MORNING. Novem ber 11, and will be sold without reserve, at our salesrooms. No. 61 and 66 White st', on TUES DAY. November 12, promptly at 10 o'clock; WILMERDINGTmORRIB fc MITCHELL. no9-73 NOTICES. THE WEST VIRGINIA AND rRONTON RAILROAD COMPANY, authorized to construct a bridge over the Ohio river at a point about one and one-half (IK) miles above the mouth of the Big Sandy river, hereby elves notice of its intention on the 19th day ol No vember, 1889, to submit to the Hon. Redfleld Proctor, Secretary of War, for his examination and approval a design and drawings of the pro posed bridge and piers, with, the maps and other information required under the act of Congress of December 17, 1872, and the supple ments thereto, authorizing the construction of bridges over the Ohio river and prescribing tho dimensions of the same. TVESTVIRGINIA AND IRONTON RAILROAD COMPANY, by 303, L DORAN, President, CHA8. H. MEL LON. Secretary. no6-S2-D ELECTIONS. Onus "WrsTutu Insurance cc 1 Pittsburg, November 2, 18881 ELECTION-THE ANNUAL ELECTIOH for 13 directors of this company, to servo for tbeensulng year, will be held at the offieo on TUESDAY, the-' 12th Jnst, between tha nours or iiijj a. m. ancri p. jr. no6-J8-a TVM. P, HERBERT.. Secretary. H Lawrence Bank ofpittsbttkg, PiTTSBuno.PA-. Octobar 23, 1SS0. ( ELECTION THE ANNUAL ELECTIOir for nine directors of this bank will be held at the banking house on MONDAY; November U, 1SS9, between tbe-bonrs of 1 and 3 o'clock p. H. JOHN HOERR, Cashier. oc30-10 PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS FOR OIL-OFFICE OF Lighthouse Inspector, Third district, Tompkmsville, N. Y., November 1. 1889. (Post offlce box 2123, New York City.) Sealed pro posals will be received at this office until 1 o'clock p. M. ot FRIDAY, the -22d day of Nc- vemuer, iobh, J or lurnianing mineral on ana lard oil of the quality required for the United States lighthouse- service.. -Specifications, forms of proposal, and other information may be obtained on application to this office. The right is reserved to reject any orall bidsrand to waive any defects. FEED'K. RODGERS. Commander. U. S. N-, Inspector. no7-S9 OFFICIAL PITTSBURG. VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE JLi reports of Viewers on the opening of In wood street, from Frankstown avenue to a 40 foot street; Murtland street, from Penn avenue to Chaucer street: Dallas avenue, from Penn avenne to Frankstown avenue: Joel' lane, from Grandview avenue to Omaha street, and Fleury alley, from Murtland street to the city line, have been approved by Councils, which action will be final unless an appeal is filed in the Court of Common Pleas within ten (10) days from date. E.M-BIGELOW, Chief of Department of Public Work. PrrraBUBO. Pa-. November 1. 1889. nol-88 REPORTS. THOMASVILLE, GA., ' Piney Woods Hotel. Season opens December 4. ISSa M. A. BOWER.'Proprietor. For circulars, rates, etc., address WM. E. DAVIES, Manajrer.rnonifsviile, Ga., or F. A. BUDLONG, Windsor Hotel, N.Y.City. ocliT7-TTS SIXTH AVENUE DYE WORKS. M. MY SONS & CO., STEAM DYERS AND SCOURERS And general renovators of textile fabrlcMa dies' and gentlemen's soiled or faded garments neatly cleaned or restored in color. Curtains 01 every aeecnpiiuu careimijr mksucu hi. M. MAY SONS & Co. Jell-TTS 66 SIXTH AVE..ittsburg, Pa, P IANO&, ORGANa SL HAMILTON, H AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE, Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-74-D p A. BALPH, BUILDING COKTRACTOB, 41 seventh avenne, nurture; Pa. Telephone 1344. seMB-TTS WALTZX J. OSBOUXRX. KICHAIDBAKSO'tTSi BARROWS 4 OSBOURNE JOB PRINTERS. WDlasesd street. Telephone No. 812. auSl-ovrrs w E WILL NOT BE UNDEB60LD- WMflMa. MS oat. MwMfT SjM SflTBrWMt. sk, esc Jiasas ssusm. Lsiist BfJSS5. C WJLBU. ?.v . 5- . jr - '.'; . wjwmijsjQg jtjigjtt 3fca jasftaiTtfi.v.-aSM HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlfltLllllllllllllllll