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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1891 ' ' r?a;r
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EeT. Charles Edward Locke Takes
Leave of Eis Congregation.
DE. S. H. KELLOGG GOING TO INDIA.
Iter. E. L JIcGnire Concludes a Pastorate
of Three Tears.
TOPICS TOUCHED UPON BI CITT PASTOES
Rev. Charles Edward Locke preached his
farewell sermon to the congregation of the
Smithfield Street 31. E. Church last even
in;. The church was packed to its utmost
capacity long hefore the opening of the
service. Tears and smiles were mingled
in this formal religious farewell
and the gathering eagerly pressed forward
at the cloe of the ceremonies to bid goodby
to the very popular clergyman. Jlr. Locke's
closing sermon was on the subject, "Christ
Jesus Drawing the World Unto Himself."
The text was from John 12-32: "And I, if I
be lifted up from the earth, will draw all
men unto Jle." The reverend gentleman
"The environment of the text shows that
Jesus Christ was approaching the climax of
his mission on the earth. In the tragedy of
3rount Calvary a new force was projected
into the moral universe; a power by which
the affections of men were made to gravi
tate toward the Christ. The crucifixion of
Christ was the most auspicious event of the
age. The philosophy of the atonement can
not be fully comprehended, but its vast
significance appears in the declaration of
the Savior that when he was lifted upon
Calvary's cross he would draw all men unto
The March of Civilization.
"Was that not a most audacious claim on
the part of the lowly Xazarene? Yes, they
ridiculed and scorned, but what is the rec
ord of the years? The Roman Empire that
had impregnably fortified every promon
tory on the Mediterranean Sea was disin
tegrated in its lomidations, and tho Pagan
civilization or Tiber's banks passed into the
Christian empire on the green slopes of the
I5ophorus. The years hurried on and the
drawing power of Calvary's sacrifice ostab-
iisneu a miner type 01 government on the
banks of the Thames. The uplift which is
thrilling the centuries still continnes. The
magi have again turned tLeir eyes west
watdjastar shimmers over the Mississippi
Valley, and here the loftiest civilization of
the ages will prepare the earth for the com
lDg ot Christ.
"But let us analyze tho drawing power of
Chrit. Did you ever unbraid the sun
beams If so, you have found not onlv
lUht but life, 101 co and beauty. The splen
dor of the roe is but the toucli of a sun
beam. So I would have you unbraid the
rays of power beating from tho throne of a
n-en Lord upon the earth. Jesus draws tho
earth heavenward becaue of tho majesty of
purity tho purity of His own hie and the
puiitv which His teachings inculcate. The
Christ Influence elevates literatiuo. Ir the
personal lire of thn authoi of "The Light or
A-"ia' and "The Light of the World' has been
corrupt our loft) christian c. ilization has
a right to bring him to account. Writers
will not be tolerated to-davwho wrote two
centurios a,-o, such books as require
expurgated editions before we put
them in the hands of our children. States
manship lias been elevated so that a great
leader loses his constituency and dies in
dirace, when his pergonal life is contam
inated. Draw ing the Earth Heavenward.
"The Christ draws the eirth heavenward
because, further, Godliness Is profitable
unto all men; ot iccount of the lefining
power of truth and Christ is truth: because
of the Holy spirit In His character or guide
and comlorter, and, lastly, because ot the
sweet doctrine or immortality."
After the sermon, to which tho vast as
sembly listened with undivided attention,
Jtev. Mr Locke spoke some words or part
ing, saying- "I am most grateful to you for
lucjviuuij uucuuuu men nas always ueen
given to my efforts from this pulpit. The
lour years of my riistorate haro been vears
of unalloyed happiness. H"e havo had our
Joys and sorrows, our successes and "failures;
and tue memory ot m associations here will
remain with me in all tho future as a linger
ing perfume. There must be nothing Defore
us bnt warfare. Win battles! When the
Grand Army boys to the number of 75,000
tramped tho streets of the Capital City last
week, to the music of file and drum, it was
the Pennsjlvanla contingent which drew
from the spectators the most vociferous ap
plause, because these soldiers carried the
largest number of ragged and riddled and
stained banners. Yes, in the grand review
before the eternal throne conquest will
linns honor. Let us permit the drawing in
fluence of our Redeemer to lilt us to tho
highest ideals of manhood and womanhood,
and prosDcrity here and heaven yonder will
be our portion.'
Eev. Air. Ellis, of Jamestown, X. T., will
succeed Mr. Locke as pastor of the Smith
field Street SL E Church.
TEEATMENT OF IIAES.
Kev. Dr. Hodges Advises People to Read
and Be Honest Doubters.
Rev. Dr. Hodges, rectoror Calvary Chnrch,
preached a strong sermon belore a. large
congregation yesterday morning. He took
for his subject tho treatment that was be
stowed upon liars in Annanias' time, "Bind
them up. carry them out and bury them."
He said that one of the greatest lies or the
day is the notion that young men have to go
through a certain course of iniquity to fit
themselves for life. He questioned whether
sin was dependent upon sex. What was
wrong fora woman was equally wiong fora
He continued: "Men are received and
lionized in ociety having sins, the least of
which would make a woman a social out
cast. No man should go to a place or listen
to conversation nheiehe would not be will
ing to have his sister with him. Itisan erro
neous idea that people have concerning the
necessity of young men to enter temptation
in order to obtain strengtli. Theie is a
f:rcat diffeicnce between a man putting
iimclfln temptation's way for the sake of
the benefit he might get out or it and lor tho
pleasuie. Ho pol-oiis his mind, weakens
Lis will, and gets so used to saying "yes" that
ho cannot say "no "
"Another unburicd lie," continued Mr.
Hodges, "is the idea now abroad among
young men that they should have their
doubts about lellcion. Now, doubt is a good
thing, the right Ltnd of doubt, and wo can
not hare too much of it in the world. It is
a real misfortune to have truth taken tor
granted. Many people mistake the rust
that coats the true iron for tho iron itself.
Dnubt is the scourer which removes
the rust and reeals the true iron. We
want more honest doubters, people who
want to know more about religion. If wo
have anything In religion that will not Stan d
Investigation we don't want it. Doubt
makes a man think. It will not do to dis
courage honest donbt, to tell the young
people not to read. Let them lead on. The
wrong Lind of doubt is that flippant in
different kind, an imitation of piety, a pre
tense of demotion, only an imitation of real
unbelief. Itlstuis kind of voungmen who
so about preacning other people's sermons;
tnoy do not read or think, but follow others
like foolish sheep.
END OF A THHEE-YEABS' PAST0EATE.
. E. L. McGuire Preaches His FareweU
Ilev. E. L. McGuiro preached his farewell
sermon at tho Fifth Avenue M. E Church
yesterday. It was the termination or his
three-years' pastorate, and be took for his
subject, "My Successor."' Tho text of bis
scrmoT was taken from "Paul Writing to
tho Corinthians," as to how they should re
In a general way the reverend gentleman
told the congregation how a new pnstor
ought to be received. It was the duty of
the Cock to help him in every way and point
cut to him every means of improvement.
Members of tho church should not
bo anxious to show the defects and
wants of a parish. They should not
discourage tho new pastor in tho beginning
or his work. They should do all in their
poncito help him. The speaker thanked
tho congregation in tho klndtst terms for
the irnny courtesies and able aid he had re
cult ed while among them, and said it would
vcrLe a pleasure to him to hrarofsuccess
fn1 progress or the Firth Avenue M. E.
Services at the JalL
The services at tho Jail yesterday were un
usually impressive. Bev. J. W. MeFarland,
MiUtcd by Her. ilr. Whiteside, conducted
the services, the former preaching an elo
quent sermon on the gospel of the day,
warden McAleese had the organ placed in
the main hall of the building, and the Misses
Bird rendered several hymns In good style.
Hugh O'Docnell and Frank: Garvin were
among the prisoners who listened eagerly to
A FABEWJ5LL SERMON.
Dr. Kellogg Has Completed His Arrange
ments to Iteturn to India.
Br. S. H. Kellogg, who will sail for India
October 5, preached a farewell sermon In the
First Presbyterian church last evening.
The congregations from the Third and East
Liberty Churches Joined in the service.
Dr. Kellogg's remarks were confined
to missionary work and what can
be done for the heathen. He spoke of the
great spreud of Christianity that has taken
place In recent j ears. At the beginning of
the century, tho Bible had been translated
Into only 30 languages, and there were not
more than 6,000,000 lSlDlcs in tho world. In
18SS the Bible was printed in 337 languages,
and in that vear about 6000,000
were Issued. During the decade
closed at the time over 34,000,000
had been nrinted. The number of mission
aries in foreign fields has increased rapidly,
and the church is to be congratulated lor
the progress made.
Dr. Kello?g is a man past the prime of life,
and he supposed some people would ask
why he should leave his home and country
to labor In other lands. To
them he would rcplv that he
felt it Ills work, and he is glad
of the opportunity to carrv the gospol to the
heathen. The doctor bpoko of the self-sufficiency
of people in this age, and he was
sorry to say that the same ideals cropping
out in India. Science had done much for
men, but they should not forget that God is
all-powerful. Mr. Kellogg preters to stick
to the old religious doctrines rather than
accept the modern reforms.
THE DIETEBEHT GODS.
Dr. CodvlUe Talks of the Jehovah and Its
Kev. Dr. William Codville, of Warren, O.,
exchanged pulpits with Eev. J. S. Uutson, of
the Nixon Street Baptist Church, yesterday.
Kev. Mr. Codville was for 15 years pastor of
a chnrch in McKcesport His subject yes
terday morning was "Jehovah Jesus." He
spoke on the Jehovlstlc relationship God
promised to establish nitti His people.
"The name of Jehovah," said he, "is the
most sacred and honored name of God.
When God called Moses to call His people
f i om Eg) pt.ile proclaimed Himself Jehovah.
He then said He was not known by that
name to Abraham and his posterity. There
is a great diflerence between the names of
God. Jehovah means to be. God is the
fountain head of life. He was known to
Abraham and his posterity as God Al
inighti . He wished to approach His people
as Jehovah, their Father and their Friend.
"Jonotah is found in the person of Jesus.
The Jehovah or the Old Testament was the
Jesus of the new. The Old Testament
S-opbets in speaking of Christ, spoke of
mi as Jehovah. The fullness of the god
head is revealed to us in the person of
Christ. He that hath seen Me hath seen the
lather. Men know cod not so much by
their head as by their heart. If the people
would know more of God they must do it
not by the studv of theology, but by a life
according to His commandments."
A HAEVE3T HOME.
Trinity Lutheran Chnrch Celebrates
Season's Bountiful Crops.
Yesterday was the harvest feast at the
Ti inlty Lutheran Church, Stockton avenue
and Arch streets. The church was hand
somely decorated. Prettily arranged aronnd
the pulpit was every grain grown in this
clime In pyramids were apples, peaches,
pears and grapes, while flowers of all kinds
were theic iuprofusiou.
Kev. Dr. J. G. Goettman preached a very
appropnato sermon irom the words, "He
maLcth a place in thy borders and fllleth
tnee with the finest of wheats." He wanted
to show that all was peace now. "The least
thing we have to fear," said he, "is war with
foreign powers. Our peace Is not marred by
an armed foe standing at the border lands
ready to march in. God has abundantly
blessed us with choice products, while other
cnuntiies are barren and starvation reigns.
T e, with such an abundance, should be
thankful and give to those in need."
In the afternoon h special service was held
for the ohildien. Last night the programme
was one of music and responsive readings.
At all of the exercises theie was a very
SLBEPEBS AT WASHIHGION.
Phelps Thinks Democrats Have a
righting Chance in Illinois.
J. E. Doanc, a director of the Pullman
Company, and E. M. Phelps, formerly Na
tional Committeeman for Illinois, were on
the limited last evening going home to Chi
cago. Mr. Doane said his company had sent
BOS extra sleepers to Washington for the G.
A. R. Encampment. They had 600 at the
Knights Templar Conclave in Denver.
Mr. Phelps thinks the Democrats have a
fighting chance to carry Ultnois. Governor
Fifer is very unpopular, and he added that
they had their liiboi troubles as well as the
Homestead people. The workmen are dissat
isfied, and aie clamoring for a change.
An Exhibitor Missing.
Visitors to the Exposition notice with re
gret the absence of the beautiful display of
Pennsylvania rj e whisky, rare old wines,
liquors and cordials, made in previous j ears
by Max Klein, of Allegheny. His famous
pyramid of "Silver Ai'o" bottles has been
transferred to his headquarters. No. 82 Fed
eral street, Allegheny, Pa., where can be
seen the finest stock or liquors in the State
at extremely low prices. Silver Age still
sells at $1 50 per quai t and Duquesne $125.
Send or call for complete catalogue and
price list furnished gratuitously.
W. A. Hoeveler Storage
Will contract to clean houses for private
f imilies, offices, stores, churches etc They
do moving in covered vans or wagons, re
lieving the customer of all annoyance and
trouble. Watch for Hoeveler's moving vans.
Men or women, who are expert packers of
sil er, glass, china, wearing appaiel, furni
ture, bric-a-brac, etc, furnished by tho
Separate rooms for the storage of house
hold effects. All kinds of household goods
soia at puuiic or private sale. Telephone 60.
THE LESLIE SHOES,
No. 94 FUUi Avenue.
The price paid for a Leslie shoe equals the
cost of material and labor and one fair
THE EXPOSITION has secured the attrac
tion or the j ear, Black Patti, one week, be
ginning September 28, afternoon end even
ing. Beaver Fair Excursions Via. Pennsylvania
Seventy-five cents round trip from Pitts
burg September 27, 28, 29, SO; valid returning
until October L
De wm's Little Early Risers. No griping
no pain, no nausea; easy pill to take.
EXPOSITON-BIack Patti, the wonder of
wonders, at tho Exposition, woek or Sep
tember 20, afternoon and evening.
-VTOTICE T0 CONTRACTORS-SEALED
X pronosals will be leceived by Town
Council of Rochester Borough, Pa., for the
paving of Brighton st., ftom Madison st. to
its Intersection with New York st. Also
New York st., from the southern line of
Kosuth st. to the northern line of right or
way of railroad, up to WEDNESDAY
EVENING at 7 o'clock, September 28, 1892.
Pltnsnnd specifications will be seen at the
office of City Engineer James S. Leaf, All
bids must be addressed to the Secretary or
Council, and marked Proposals for Bids.
Council reserves the right to reject any or
all bids. By order of Council.
E. A. SMITH.
Secretary of Council.
Rochester Pa, Sept 20, 1892.
OmCE OP COSTSOLLER OP t
ALLEOBET COUSTT, Pa., V
PlTTaBtlEO, Pa., Sept. 24, 1892. )
PROPOSALS NOTICE TO PRINTERS
Sealed pioposals will be received at this
office until 2 o'clock p. m. WEDNESDAY,
September 28, 1892, lor the printing of 840,003
official and specimen ballots and 210,000 cards
For samples and Information call at the
County Commissioners' office.
Bids to be accompanied by bond with two
sureties in one-half the amount of bid: suc
cessful bidder to give bond with two sure
ties in double the amount or bid. The right
to reject any or all bids Is reserved.
JAMES A. GRIER, County Controller.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Directly on the beach.
Hot and cold sea water baths in the house.
E. ROBERTS & SONS.
I 1 I I J-JFB
MEETINGS AND NOTICES.
THE MEMBERS OF IKON CITT COUKCIL
ho. 171, Jr. O. U. A. M., are requested to meet
at their hall, No. 113 Carson street, at 1 o'clook
harp on MONDAY. September 26. to attend the
funeral of our late tirother. George Glover. Mem
bers or lifter council are invited to attend. GEO.
B. SIMMONS. Councilor. Attest. J. A. MOB
BISON. Recording Secretary.
NOTTCE-THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders or the Pennsylvania Salt Manu
facturing Co. will be held at their office. No. IIS
Chestnut street, Philadelphia, on WEDNESDAY,
October 28, 1892. at 12 o'clock noon, for the elec
tion of seven directors for the ensuing year, and
Buch other business as mar be brought before
ahem. AUSTIN M. PGBVES. Secretary.
NOTICE THE MEMBERS OF IRON CITY
Lodge No. 182. I O. O. F , are requested to
meet at their hall, corner Smithfield and Diamond
streets, on TUESDAY. September 27. 1892, at 1
o'clock r. K.. to attend the funeral or our late
brother John MaBsey. Members of Bister lodges
are cordially Invited to attend. Bv order
Mtil J- TV. MOMGOMEKY. N. G.
C-BLUMF, JR.. Sec.
nose, throat and chest diseases. Hours 1 to 4 P. M.
H. F. McGRADY. Attorney at Law,
S53 Grant st.
LOST CERTIFICATE N OTIOE IS HEREBY
given that certificate No. A. 73, dated March
I. 1891, issued to C G. Dixon for 40 shares or the
capital stock or the Dnquesne Traction Company
or Pittsburg. Pa., has been lost or destroyed, and
all persons are herebv warned against negotiating
for the same, as application has been made for new
certificate in lieu ol the one so lost or destroyed.
Executors of C G. Dixon, dee'd.
"XTOTlrjEON SEPTEMPER 15. 1892, THE IN
1 TEKEST or W. J. Claney In the firm or J. T.
Anderson ft Co.. Hulton, Pa . was bought by J.
T. Anaerson. The remaining partners will con
tinue the business as heretofore.
JOHN J. MITCHEL. Attorney at Law,
No.,4U Grant street.
ESTATE OF THOMAS BRADY, DEOEASED
Notlce Is hereby given that letters testamen
tary on the estate of Thomas Brady, late or
the city or Allegheny, deceased, have been granted
to the undersigned, to whom all persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make Immediate
payment, and those baTlng claims against the
same should make them known without delay.
JOHN J. BKADY.
NICHOLAS F. CUNNINGHAM.
No. 316 Penn avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.
S. A. WILL, Attorney at Law,
134 lfth a v., Pittsburg.
VTOTICE-IN THE ORPHANS' COURT OF
1 Allegheny county, Pennsylvania. In the
matter ol the estate orSamuelTuckey, late of the
city of Pittsburg. In 6ald county: Notice Is hereby
given that Emma Tuckey has made application to
the Register of Wills for said county for letters of
administration upon the t-state or said Samuel
Tucker, who is alleged to have been absent and
unheard of for more than seven years last past,
and who Is believed to be dead: that the said Reg
ister has certified said application to the Orphans'
Court or said county, and that on WEDNESDAY,
the Mthdayof October, 1892. at 10 o'clock a. m.. at
the Court House, In city of Pittsburg, In said
countv, the said Court will hear evidence concern
ing the alleged absence of the said supposed dece
dent, and the circumstances and duration thereor.
1HI6 nonce is published by order or said Court.
SAMTJtL P. CONNER,
Clerk or Orphans' Court.
PITTSBPBO. Sept. 10. 1892
TO LET Kearsarge street, near Grandview av. ;
location very central: Just finished, 7 rooms,
modern fixtures: rent only 25 per mo. W. A.
Herron & Sons, 80 4th av.
East End Residences To Let.
TO LET Choice block ofpres'ed bricte houses on
Bippey St., near North Highland av. : street
paved with asphaltum, flag stone sidewalk with
nice grass plot at each side of walk: each house
contains nine rooms, bathroom 'and laundry: ce
mented cellar and Inside closets: natural ana arti
ficial gas. electric light: hall, vestibule and china
closets: finished throughout In hard wood; rent 140
Jer month to April land f45 thereafter; tan give
ong lease. Black Balrd, No. 9c 4th av.
TO LET East End, close to 5th av. A large brici
dwel ing. excellent location, corner lot, 11
6pacions rooms, bath and all other moaern conven
iences, and in perfect order throughout: an ex
tended lease will be given to an acceptable tenant
lmmediatepossesslon. Jas. W. Drape & Co., 313
ood St., Pittsburg,
TO LET East End Modern dwelling. 7 rooms;
large lot, shade and fruit trees; Btable in rear;
Mellon St.. near N orth Is egley ave. : (45 83 per mo. :
reduced rent to April next. See W. A. Herron &
Sons, 80 4th ave.
TO LET Oakland, on desirable paved street be
ing finished, brick bouse. 8 rooms, modern fix
tures; (10 per month; send for list. W. A, Herron
& Sons, SO Fourth av,
I'O LKT Handsome moaern bonse of 8 rooms
and bath room; No. 733 Parker St., East
End; rent (33.33 per month. Apply on premises,
Allegheny Residences To Let.
TO LET Handsome, new brick house. 8 rooms,
all modern fixtures; Arch near Stockton av. ;
one of the most desirable and central locations In
Allegheny. W. A. Herron & Sons, 80 Fourth av.
TO LET Bv John K. Ewlng i Co.
st. Allegheny houses, stores
Rooms To Let.
ABCH ST , No. 174, Allegheny Second-story
front room with board.
A ECH ST., 21,
Allegheny Room suitable for
109, Allegheny Nicely furnished
BUTLER ST.. 4400-Furnished or unfurnished
room; suitable for professional purposes or
man and wife.
pASTLE SHANNON lnOlne (near), 4 rooms (10.
SPLANADE, S-, Allegheny Nice furnished
front room; gases; bath; 110.
EUCLID A V.. 617-Furnlshed room with use of
fire, bath and electric light.
FEDERAL ST.. 221. Allegheny-Nice furnished
rooms and table board; conveniences.
FORBES AVE.. 382-Newly fumlsned second
story front; 3 per month.
MEYBAN AV., 220-Elegantly furnished front
room, with alcove.
ONE. 2 or 3 front rooms. Smart's drug store,
near Ninth st. bridge, Allegheny.
PENN AVE . 442. Nice furnished rooms, any
part of Pittsburg, East End or Allegheny;
reasonable rates. Information Bnreau.
"OIDGE AV.. 372. AUegheny-Furnlslicd
XV room, lacing Park.
rpo LET A flat of four elegant rooms near P. O.,
A f2L Inquire of J. Freudeuberg, 155 Forbes av.
23, Allegheny Well furnished
board, suitable for one or two
gentlemen; terms reasonable.
Z Set additional adieu under Wanted Boarders
Business Stands To Let.
TO LET Space with power, cor. Penn and Third
avs.: three floors; 20.000 feet space: abundant
power; goodlighl; splendid location, every con
venience. Apply Nicola Bros., 20 Fifth av.
TO LET First, cor. Ferry St.. large building,
suitable lor foundry or machine shop; 3-story
building, 30x80 feet- rent very reasonable. W. A.
Herron fc Sons, 80 Fourth av.
Miscellaneous To Lets.
TO LET Vacant lot, 30x110, with stable corner
Penn av.. Third si. and Exchange alley,
Applv Nicola Bros . 205thav.
"PERSONAL Colored help direct rrom the South.
A reregrino, imi tin av. .iciepuoue iwu.
PERSONAL Dr. F. H. Deterdlng. dentist, cor
ner of Ohio and James streets. Allegheny City.
PERSONAL Ladies desiring cooks, housework
girls, laundresses, callhere. No employment
methods. Elite, 442 Penn ave.
PERSONAL Visit Mrs. Elliott's halrdresslng
and manicure parlors: 'superfluous hair re-
L moved by electric needle. 642 Penn av.
PERSONAL-Credit, yes. credit, on fine dress
goods, silks, satins, wraps, etc, at J. Dwyer's
Boom 4. McCance block. 701 smithfield.
PERSONAL Matrimonial; gentleman 33. of
means, desires to correspond with lady of
means. Address G. W.. Lock Box 49, Grand
PERSONAL -Mrs. T FInlcy Mayes, the wife or
Squires SI ayes, or West Alexander, Pa., will
please give her address by communicating to Box
02, McKeesport, Pa.
7 lERSON AL Everett Club news The pianos de
JL Uvered this week are Club A. No. 1, Mrs.-S.
A. Bavard, McKeesnort. Pa.; ClubB.No. 231, Miss
It. Keys, 50 Parker St.. Pittsburg.
PERSONAL Hair, moles, etc, on ladles' faces
permanently destroyed by the electric needle
without pain or scar; consultation free. Miss
btreng, office 903 Penn av., Dickson building.
PERSONAL Ladles wishing to take Tnrko Face
Baths or face massage for removing blemishes
parlors at 903 Pi
tne complexion win please visit my
ennav., Pittsburg. Miss Sherwood.
PERSONAL Marriage paper containing hun
dreds of personal advertisements of ladles and
gentlemen, worth from 11,000 to $50,000. who want
to marry: mailed free. Address Gunnels' Monthly,
PERSONAL When I was a small boy my mother
alwavs repaired my breeches and Jacket, but
since I got to be a great big man. Dickson, the
well-known tailor, 65 Fifth av.. cor. Wood St..
second floor, has been substituted, who now does
all my cleaning, pressing and renovating In great
shape. TcL. 15a!.
PERSONAL Christmas Evans' admirers should
immediately call on his nephew. Dr. Griffith,
Third and Grant, Pittsburg. His great la-va-zon
specific remedies positively cure worst cases
catarrh, rheumatism, general debility, weak
stomach, longs, kidneys, nervous prostration re
stored; examine home testimony; truly wonderful
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tisers already have accounts with The Dispatch.
FOR ALLEGHENY, NO. 107 FLDEKAL ST.,
FOR THE SOUTHSIDE. NO. HIS CARSON
STREET. TELEPHONE NO. 6022.
FOR THE LAST LND. J. W. WALLACE, 613
PnTSTtTIRG ADDITION AL.
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 3500 Butler street.
EMU. G. STUCKEY, 24th street and Penn avenue.
F. H. EGGERS Jfc SON, Ohio and Chestnut streets.
THOMAbMcHENRY, Western and Irwin avenues.
BUTCHER to act as manager of market employ
ing 4 or & men; good pay to a sober ana re
liable man. Address Butcher, Dispatch office.
BOY to learn the printing trade. Apply at tho
Pittsburg Legal Journal, 409 Grant st.
BARBER Good barber.
Apply 1713 Carson st..
TARBER Hood man; good wages.
11 ARBER-A good man at 253 Fifth av.
CUTTERS WANTED-Lead glaziers and glass
cutters in our stained glass department; steady
work and good wages to first-class men. The Van
Cleve Glass Company, Cleveland, O.
("tOATMAKER One first-class coatmaker; steady
J employment; union shop and union prices.
Butler It Jackson, New Brighton, l'a.
C1ANDYMAKER A good workman on stick and
mixed candy; must be a sober man. Ad
dress Mixed. Dispatch office.
ClANVAsSERS Few good canvassers for new
J goods; call at once. 102 Fourth av., room 6.
good men: good
J Wheeler Wilson Mfg. Co . 6 Slxt!
TTTJSTLER With small capital and reference, for
A-i paying Dusines; reierence given. llKtoimu,
LAD About 16 years or age in a Jewelry store:
one who resides with his parents; must have
the best or reference Address in own handwriting
T. A. B Dispatch office.
MAN Practical rplllng mill man wanted. A
salary and share of profits in the business
will be given to a man competent to take charge
ot and operate a rolling mill with cut nail depart
ment, located at Belletonte, Pa. Address Common-
weann guarantee, .imsi ana ?aie ueposu i;o.,
Harrlsburg, Pa,, or C. E. Pope. 421 Wood St.,
f"AN of business who can take entire control of
XiA branch or a Western hou?c: they will pay
expenses and fl50 per month salary must have
(2,500 Lash. Business, care of A. E. Walesby,
MAN An Industrious man to take entire control
of office and men selling a patented specialty;
11,200 salary: must have (1,000 cash: good security
for money. Address T. M Dispatch office.
MEN We want reliable mn. who are iiready
traveling salesmen, tocarr our lubricants as
a side line- give references and territory.
laciurers' uii i;o., Cleveland, u.
MEN to take orders in every town and citv; no
delivering or collecting; no experience:
steady work ;silary and expenses paid. Address
Glen Bros., Rochester, N. Y.
MEN Live energetic men;blg money to work
ers. G. H. Alexander, 127 Filth av.. second
MAN To take contract of lathing 14 houses.
Apply at No 91 East Diamond st , Allegheny.
ALE COOK, Apply at 53 Tenth St., city.
PLUMBERS Two good plumbers at once. Ap
ply to J. H bands & Co., N ew Kensington, Pa.
REPRESEN TATIVE A live, wide-awake repre
sentative to represent us in every locality; one
with vim, vigor, pluck and push can easily make
(250 pe-j month; no peddling goods; something en
tirely new; staple as flour: send for full particulars
to-aay. Address Manufacturers, P. O. Box 5303,
SALESMAN On salary or commission, to nandle
the new patent chemlc-il Ink erasing pencil;
the greatest selling novelty ever prodnced; erases
InK thoroughly in two seconds: no abrasion of
paper: 2C0 to 500 per cent profit; one agent's sales
amounted to 1620 in six days, another 32 In two
hours; we want one energetic general agent for
each State and Territory. For terms and particu
lars address the Monroe Eraser Manufacturing
Company. X, 10. La Crosse. TV is.
SALESMEN-JtO per week and expenses to mna
and -female workers, to act as resident salesmen
for a company manuiacturlng goods wanted in
every household. Permanent, profitable work.
Terms and circulars free. Address Electro-N ovelty
Co.. 30 Armory St., Boston, Mass.
SALESMAN To sell TT legand's rraaie hanger for
pictures, mirrors, crayons, signs, etc Wlegand
Frame Hanger-Co., 1232 Penn av.
STONE-MASONS (2) at Callery Junotion, Pa.
Inquire Singer blag., M. J. Degnon, con
SOLICITORS ror city ana adjacent towns. Pitts
bnrg Suit Club Company. No 62 Sixth av.
TRAVELING SALESMEN to sell baking powder;
to the right men liberal salary and com. con
tracts will be made; experience not necessary; It
you answer any ad in this column answer this one.
U. S. Chemical Works, 840-846 Van Bnren. Chicago.
WANTED The names and addresses of ener
getic men open ror permanent work. We
give exclusive territory. We guarantee good
workers 330 a week. We rurnlsh office, furniture,
delivery team, and newspaper advertising. Our
article is monopoly. It will save 25 per cent of the
coal-bills or everybody. Full particulars by mall
Lithographs, pamphlets, etc.. free upon receiptor
Bostage Address, KoalsparCo., 40 Oliver street.,
WANTED Bright young man as stenographer.
Apply in own handwriting, stating agi, ex
perience and salary expected, P. O. Box 177
YOUNG MAN of pleasing address to sell man
tels for a good city house. P. O. Box 630,
AGENTS t0 6ell O'Keefe's Pills for the liver,
colds, coughs, Ac; our agents are making
S3 CO to S5 00 per day the quickest selling arilclo oa
the market. Dr. O'Keefe & Co., 1232 Ptnn av.
A GENTS S3 to f7 dallv: experienceunnecessarv.
J. PntmanitCo.. perfumers, West TVlnsted.Ct.
"TXTANTED Agents Aluminum campaign
I T badges. Harrison hats and Cleveland novel
ties; sells at sight; samples 10 cents each. Canton
Aluminum Badge Co., Canton, O.
Female Help TVnntcd.
DININ GROOM GIRL. Apply at 58 Tenth st ,
pi 1RL For general housework in a small family.
J 91 Sheffield St., Allegheny.
GIRL for general housework,
last bouse left side.
Apply Craft av..
HOUSEKEEPER A good housekeeper, middle
aged: references required. Call from 10 to 12
A. M., F. M. Magee, Room 34, Bakewell law build
ing. LADIES to do fancy work at their homes or to act
as agents. Call and see work oraddress J. M.
Lemar i, Co., 90 Fourth av.
XTURSE Competent nurse; best reference.
J.Y quire Boom No. 50 No. Ill 4th av.
SALESLADY A th( roughly experienced sales
lady for bouse furnishing department: refer
ences required. Fleishman A Cp 504, 506 and 503
WOMAN ASSISTANT for housework: no ob
jection Hone child: easy work; good wages.
Call 461 Beaver av., Allegheny.
, Male and Female Help Wanted.
HELP Housekeeper. French and German
nurses seamstress, laundresses, cooks, cham
bermaids, dining room girls, 200 house girls, Ger
man and colored girls lor families, hotel cooks,
chambermaids, dining room girls, pantry and
kitchcu girls, bakers, coachmen, farm hands,
white and colored waiters. M.J. Dolan, successor
to Mrs. Thompson. 603 Grant street.
HELP At once. col. man to assist about house,
ten teamsters, laborers, farm hands, hotel
cooks, chambermaids, dining room girls, dish
washers, pantry-cleaning girls, family cooks,
chambermaid, laundress, waitress, nurse, house
girls, col. girls, German housekeeper, girl for
Slain sewing and assist with nursing. Meehan's,
15 Grant st. .
HELP Cooks, girls for general housework,
Robinson St., Allegheny.
TAILORS and tallotess to work In the shop or at
home; good wages and steady work. Apply,
three days. Topping Tailor Co.. Zulema st. near
Ward, Oakland. Pittsburg.
A PARTNER with $10,000 in an exceedingly
profitable manufacturing business situate In a
good town on line of railroad and riven some of
the goods made are specialties and profitable:
party will be expected to take charge of the office
department. Particulars confidentially from Jas.
W. Drape Co., 313 Woodsk. Pittsburg.
Fire Insurance Wanted.
BENSWANGEB X ZAHN-Flre jnsuranoe.
WANTED. FOR SALE-BUSINESS. FOB SALE-EttFBOVED BEAL ESTATE. EDUCATIONAL.
PCSrnON-A party with large practical experi
ence in rolling mill business, both steel and
iron. aul now connected with large Western,
plant, dcs.res a rcsltloii as superintendent, assist.
superintendent, or In any portion where his serv
ice would be valuable In Pittsburg or its vicinity;
A 1 Pittsburg references. Address, B. Y., Dispatch
POSITION-By man. aged 26, to do any kind of
office work; can refer to present employers,
with whom I have worked for over years, and
others. Addrtss N. P. D., Dispatch office.
POSITION An experienced book and stationery
man Is open for an engagement, either whole
sale or retail: references exchanged. Address
Stationer, Box 276. Salem, O.
POSITION A j oung married man In furniture
business 10 years wishes position, salesman or
otherwise. Address Furniture. Dispatch office.
POSITION As nursery governess or as compan
ion ; am good sewer and can give best of refer
ence. Address Governess, Dispatch office.
POSITION as driver for express or work of any
kind by young man well acquainted with the
city. Address Box 57, Turtle Creek, Pa.
SITUATION By i competent farmer and herds
man: best of reference given; 5 years' experi
ence from last place: no incumbrance Apply to
John Ashbarner, Glenshaw. Allegheny Co., Pa.
SITUATiON-By a Pittsburg rolling mill engi
neer; all aronud hustler. Address Engineer,
3409 Butler st.
OITUATION By an experienced housekeeper.
O Call OH ylle av . city.
PUPILS-Wp have a pleasant and conveniently
arranged department lor ladies desiring to at
tend our night school; private Instruction given In
bookkeeping, penmanship, arithmetic, shorthand,
typewriting, etc ; day and night schools for young
men and women open the entire year: write for
rree pictorial catalogue. Actual Business College,
o. 5 Sixth av.
Crayons, Photographs and Materials.
EVERYBODY to call at Darts Mahan's. 43 Firth
av.. and see the beautiful panel photographs
at (1 a dozen; finest In the city lor the money.
Boarders and Lodgers Wanted.
IJOAKDERS-If von desire a change in your
) table board call 6 03 Broad, East End.
TDOARDERS Table board for business men and
- uuiers. iu. i.t.ikimu &l.
BOARD-t3 50 per wtek; nice homelike table.
Park wa), Allegheny.
BOARDERS Table board and rooms,
WANlED-OccupanU for nicely furnished
second story lront room with board. No.
I9i Federal St., Allegheny,
Hotel, Dining and Lunch Rooms.
HOTEL FFDERAL. 171 Federal st , Allegheny,
f I 60, ?2 day: special rates when permanent.
VISIT Kevan's ladles'and gents' dining rooms, SOS
Penn ave. ; business men'sdlnner; ladles' noon
lunch: meals anytime; everything In season.
Business Opportunities 'Wanted.
TT7AMED-(230toSS)0buysasire and reliable
Y t business needed in every city: will pay from
$100 to 200 per month net proflt; exclusive terri
tory given and complete outfit furnished: send for
Illustrated book. A. T. Thompson & Co.. 13 Tre
mont row, Boston, Mass.
CHARLES SOME11S & CO.. 131 Fourth av..
Pittsburg, Pa. Loan Department Monev to
loan on real estate in any sums desired. Lowest
rates of Interest, nuick and economical service.
George Piper, manager.
MONEY at 5 per cent. We have S.50.C001O loan,
$300 up. Alles Bros. & Co., 164 r ourth av.
"fOBTGAGES on, city or
Henry A. TV eaver
j.ix property at lowest rates.
TO LOAN-200,000 on mortgages: 10O and up
ward at 6 per cent; foOO.OOO at 4M per cent on
residence or business property, vacant lots or
farms. S. H. French, 12j 1 ourth av.
WE have the following amounts of cash to loan
on first-class city propert): $1,000, $1,500,
3, too. Holmes Co.
WAN TED -Mortgages on improved city or Alle
gheny city property. McCuue &, Coulter. 93
ALL business men to know mat the Office
specialty Co., 10 Third av , are headauarters
for the latest aud best office furniture and labor
saving office specialties; work to order and metallic
vault fixtures are among their specialties.
ELECTRIC Mfg. and SnpplyCo..310BlsseU block,
Pgh , 64 Federal. Allegh'y: Incandescent and
bell wiring; electrical repairing a specialty;
PATENTS U S. and foreign; fees pavsoie on
success. J. H. Stevenson, solicitor, 100 Fifth av.
PATENTS O. D. Levis (30 years). Solicitor, 131
Fifth av . next Lcider. Pittsburg: no delay.
PAINUMj and Plate Glass glazing. It.C Miller.
If Grant st.. Pittsburz.
CT. BERNARD do? mvn: stite aze. pi
O can be seen. Address St. Bernard, P,
CS5, Pittsburg, Pa.
IiRUNKS hauled to and from the East End for
11 fty cents. Campbell 3a Davis, N o. 12 Seventh
av. Telephone 276.
USE Jones' Bedbug Pa ralvzer Jones' Magi
Roach Powder: roaches banished by contract
satisfaction given or no pay. 222 federal St., Alle
gheny. bold by all first-class druggists.
"Ilr ANTED Everyone wno wants the finest and
VV cheapest wall paper in America to send for
samples; sent free to any address. G. G. O'Brien,
Paint and Wall Paper Store. 292 Firth av.
WANTED Everybody to get 12 or Aurrecht's
best S3 cabinets lor $2 during this month, at
77 Filth av.
WANT I'D Ladles desiring first-class help (no
employment methods) to call. Elite, 442
WOOD and pfoto engraving; hall tones; electro-
typing. Bragdon. 7S t ourth ay
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Machinery and Metals For Sale.
BOILERS and engines, second hand; all sizes.
from 4 to 100 li. p.: cheapest in the market: M
Doners ana engines in stock, stationary ana porta
ble, upright boilers, mounted farm engine, etc.;
steam pumps, governor, pnlleys and shafting.
Telepboue 3401, 23-25 Park way. J. S. Young, Al
BRYANT and Acme automatic engines and boil
ers, hot water and steam heating exhaust fans
and ventilating fly fans, water and electric motors,
d) namos and electric lighting: general machinists,
engineers and contractors; stationary engines and
boilers Tompkins ft Ulrich, 316 Liberty St., Pitts
J ENGINES and boilers or every description: brick
JJ yard supplies; contractors' and rolilngmlll ma
chinery. Thomas Carlln's Sons, Lacock and San
dusky sts., Allegheny.
GB1NDSTONLS In all sizes, for all kinds of
grinding: Cralglelth. Newcastle, Nova Scotia
and other grits; iron frames and fixtures for hand,
foot or power; mounted stone, oil stone emery
wheels and grinders. Wm. M. Klrby, 133 1 lrst av.
GOOD upright piano, cheap: warranted. Address
Piano, Dispatch office. Allegheny.
PIANO Fine upright piano, nearly new, cheap.
So Hemlock St.. Allegheny.
Horses, Vehicles, Live Stock Tor Sale.
DELIVERY wagons-Delivery wagons all style.1;
our own make. Wm. Beckert, 340 to 344 Ohio
St., Allegheny, 'telephone 3420.
HORSES and mares 80 head, sold for want of
use, weighing .from 1,400 to 1.700 lbs. : give
you pick of stable. Cliaut. Lake Ice Company,
Thirteenth and Pike.
HORSE, lumber wagon w lth good oak bed. $23:
road cart, $10: set buggy harness, to: lot old
harness cheap. Inquire 6049 Bond St., E. E.
HORSE Fast, a oung. sound driving horse In
exchange lor household furniture. Address
Furniture, Dispatch office.
POMFS Fifty head of beautlfulShetlaud ponies."
L seven finely matched pairs; a lot of single
drivers: stallions and mares tor breeding purposes;
outfitb for children a specta'tv: send for circulars.
W. J. Sampson, Youngstown, O.
Bicycles, Tricj cles, Etc, For Sale.
BICYCLE-Good sarety bicycle, cheap. Address
Fox, Dispatch office.
Rubber Stamps and Stencils For Sale.
GETyourrubberstamps. steel stamps, stencils,
seal presses, brass checks, etc. from Sheaffer
Co.. 49 Fifth av,. Duffs College building.
STENCILS, f steel stamps.
Seal presses, rubber stamp, etc.
VV. A. Buntlnz. 20 Fifth av.. cor. Market.
Miscellaneous For Sale.
BARRELS-Empty wklsky barrels. The William
H. Holmes Co., 158 Flrt av.
TOMPLETE set of tinner's tools; been in
J years. Ed Williams, Dispatch office.
PRINTERS' stands ana cases lor sale cheap; a
prompt buyer will get a bargain: second-hand
saw table in good condition; sold because space
needed. Appl Dispatch business office.
POOL TABLES-(6)-Apply 'Joseph Stolzer. 2727
JO PRINTERS 100 typo cases and a few stands
In good order for sale cheap. Apply The Dls
patch Counting Rooms.
Business Opportunities For Sale.
BAKERY Doing a good business; reason for
selling wants to leave Address Bakery, Dis
HOTEL Lease and furniture ror sale. Canton,
O. : a large brick hotel, built 1833: elegantly
furnished: has 45 rooms and all modern Improve
ments; located in the beantlful city or Canton,
halng a population or 30.000 aud being the county
6eatof the best countv In the State or Ohio; tho
hotel is located within 300 vardsor the large Dcubcr
A Hampden VV atch and Caje Works, employing
2.000 skilled workmen: also situated at the ter
minus or the Canton and Masslllon electric car
line; in fact, a splendid location in a booming and
growing city; a fine opening for an energetic hotel
man; it is for sale or rental owing to the death of
the proprietor. Address Chas. Krlchbanm.adm'r.,
care Harter A Krlcubsnm. att'ys at law. Canton,
Business Opportunities For Sale.
DRUGSTORE In a growing railroad town; no
opposltlo i ; great chance for energetic man.
Xurophen. Dispatch office.
TTOUNDRY PLANT An extensive roundry plant,
J? with fall equipment mud everything in first
class condition, on line of railroad: full river front:
will be sold at less than one-hair valne In order to
make a quick sale. Jas. W. Drape 4 Co.. 313 Wood
T?OR SALE-Areal estate business, established
j. nine ycar3. ana aoing a nrontaoie business:
111 health reason for selling.
For particulars ad-
uress it. it , uispaicn ouice.
FOR SALE Meat market; finest In the city; do
ing a cash business averaging about 11,500 per
week; good reasons for selling. Address Meat
Market, Dispatch office.
IjiORSALE At a big bargain, a hardware and a
tin store, also full complement of tinners
tools. Inquire at 716 Filth av.
rjROCERY with extensive casn business; elegant
v room in best location In this city
stock, invoice SI.600; rare bargain.
Address C. U.
x visum, Lima, u.
OLHES CO. have for sale the following:
Restaurants from $C00 to (4.500.
p-uoons irom is,mxi to 510 000.
Cigar stores from J 150 to SI, 300.
Groceries rrom JSO to S4. OOC.
Bakeries from J450 to 12.000.
First-class lodging houses rrom $600 to 21,200.
Also paper route, confectioneries, feed stores,
book stores, furniture stores, tea stores, etc.
HOTEL An elegantly furnfshed hotel In central
pirt of the city, having an excellent trade
and license to May 1.
license to May 1. Address Bex. Dispatch
1JAPEK ROUIE-Good morning paper route. In
. quire 3315 Butler st.
ExSTAURANT Best location In a cltv of over
ten thousand (10,000) population, near Plus
bnrg. Pa., doing a splendid business, invoice
about $o00; must sell at once, as owner Is engaged in
other business requiring all his time. Address
Restaurant. Dispatch office.
EOUTE Hair interest In one or the largest and
best newspaper routes In vicinity of Pitts
burg. For particulars address Dewmeyer &
Wilson. JIcKeesport, Pa.
SHOESTORE-Doing about $80 per day and in
creasing f.ist; elegant room, near postofflce, in
this growing cltv: nice fresh stocK: Invoice 81000:
rare opening to get a money making business. Ad-
, 11. x t
b'olsom, Lima, O.
QQrC Will secure lady stock, business and
OptjO general agency that will pay at home ?10O
month. Address J. 45, Dispatch office.
Business Properties For Sale.
MANUFACTURING property In the city, with
railroad switch thereto; large lot and brick
building, with engine, boiler, shafting and other
machinery, stable, etc.; a good location for a man
ufacturing business. Jas. TV. Drape & Co., 313
Wood st.. Pittsburg.
FOR SALE LOTS.
LOTS on Blufi and Vickroy sts near college.
Robert Coward, rt Bluff st.
East End Lots Tor Sale. v
BRUNE GROVE-Two lots at inside figures;
choice location. U. Faust, Agent, 200 Shady
av.. East End.
C1ENTER AV. lots, 48x175. only $2,000 each: street
Improvements and sewers paid for; choice lo
cation: first-class improvements: on a main thor
oughfare: a limited number only offered at this
rice; terms to suit. tteM. P. Howler &Son, 91
IGREKA PLACE. Oakland: nice level lots
-i rrom i150 to 5350 on monthly payments or dis
count lor cash; come soon for plans. See George
Schmidt, 157 Fourth av. ,
LOOK at this for a bargain 350 ft. front by COO
deep, on one of the leading avs. of E. K. :
avenue graded and paid for, and 55 a foot front
will take it on easy terms. See M. P. Howley &
Son, 91 Diamond st.
LOTS South Hlland av., one of the finest corner
lots on the street: cheap and easy terms. Lig
gett Bros , 71 Diamond st.
SCHENLivY PARK lots 50x150. or greater rront
ageir desired, on T oodlaud avenne. between
Forbes avenue and Schenley Park: beautifully sit
uated: on Squirrel Hill Street Railroad, also within
short distance of cable and Duquense lines; as
phaltum pavement and a'l other Improvements;
cheap easy terms. Apply 5100 i orbes or 20 Fifth
avenue, Frank F. Nicola
Qfirj er foot Some of the most desirable
001 vacant ground In Shadyslde for a home or
for an Investment; lots any size wanted; term to
suit. Dennlston Elderkln fcCo., Ltd., 6232 Penn
av., E. E. Tel. 5327.
QJQfTri East End, Dearborn St., 1 sqr. from
tiDtJJJ Penn av., lot 20x100 ft.: ay. in rear;
casv payments. (133 ) See W. A. Herron it Sons,
804 th av.
Allegheny Lots For Sale.
IOTS at a sacrifice to close an estate; two blocks
J of lots: suitable for three or six building sites
each: located within ten minutes' walk or Alle
gheny City Hall. First parties only address
Owner, Dispatch office.
LOTS Id Grove square plan, Perrysville av.. on
easy terras without interest. Call, on Holmes
&. Co , 420 Smithfield St., for plans
J 200 An acre or nice lying gronnd at terml-
jxj uus oi rerrysviue av. eiecrric line
lor lay!uiroiit-ln lots,
Henry TV. Armstrong, 04
Federal St., Allegheny,
Suburban Lots Tor Sale.
LOT Elegant location, either as a residence or
business site, Chartlers station. P. & L. E.
Ry. ; lot 25x120 feet: Chartlers Is rapidly spreading
out and values there steadily enhancing: a bargain
at 3o0. (4-110-477). Charles Somers & Co., 131
LOTS 10 lots near Homewood station and Citi
zens' and Duquesne traction companies' lines;
beautiful property and can be bought at figure On
which Rood profit can be made by retailing. Lig
gett Bros., 71 Diamond st.
WILKINSBURG A fine large lot 50x170 feet;
price only l,0CO: very pleasant location.
Jas. W. Drape & Co., 313 Wood St., Pittsburg.
Ql 130 (2) 40 ft, lots on 6th av., Kensington;
O-Lj best location in the town. D. W. Williams,
Hamilton av., Brushton, Pa.
forms For Sale.
T7ARM Of 97 acres: near railroad.
store, churches and school:
- T .. ..
with abundance of free gas for right of way; good
orchard: land productive; well -watered: price
(3.500. Inquire 6f J. A. Hawk, Saltsbuig, Pa.
FAR5I A good farm of about 93 acres near the
city; 15 minutes' walk from R. R. station; ex
cellent dwelling: large barn; line orchard: well
fenced, plenty of water, etc. etc Jas. W. Drape
& Co., 313 TV ood St., Pittsburg.
I?ARM A nice farm or 56 acres with good dwell
. lug houe. barn, large orchard.- plenty ol
etc., near the city; 15mlnntes' walk from
R. R. station
Jas. TV . DraDe Co., 313 VV ood st ,
Coal Lands For Sale.
CTOAL LAND Vrluable coal tract and choice town
site, close to Johnstown and the Pennsylvania
By., and within 70 miles of Pittsburg, about 200
nlcelv-lying, well cultivated and substantially Im
proved acres, containing fruit or all varieties and
underlaid with tnrec veins or non-cropping solid
coal; the situation and the tonography of the
ground render the tract highly desirable for sub
division and sale In lots: an Investment that can
scarcely be duplicated at ?130.t00 320.000 cash. (4-114-496)
Charles So-ners & Co., 131 Fourth av.
Acres of coal on line of West Penn R R. :
7-foot vein: coal has not been worked:
owner of farm desires to locate in Pittsburg, and
win consiacr a traue lor t-msourg property; mil
particulars from Baxter. Thompson & Co., 131
1 ourth av.
rOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
CHOICE Fifth av. investment; large corner lot
with 8brlck and frame houses (5 or them con
taining storerooms), yielding liberal rentals from
steady tenants: S23.0U0 for all: plans and details at
our office (1-32-211.) Charles Somers & Co. 131
CI? 700 Bluff st within 10 minutes'
3)Oj walk of the Court House 2-story brick:
splendid rooms, attic, sewing room and room for
bath; hall, slate mantels, range, both gancs: very
large cemented cellar: nice front and rearyards;
extensive view up and down the river: lot 21x152,
to another pa cd aud sewered street (E. 157).
Black Balrd. 95 Fourth av.
31 O OOO A handsome, spacious and very com
tjyl.j plete residence, rooms finely finished,
most modern fixtures: lot 100 feet square; paved
street: short distance from Court House In a de
sirable residence location. The improvements
cost theprice asked. Good reasons for selling.
(117c) W. A. Herron & Sons, 80 Fourth .ive.
CC1 PER ANNUM from a lot 24X1C6. front
S)OtJtfc ing on both Fifth av. and Forbes av.;
2-story house ofS rooms and basement on tilth,
ana 3-story, 9-room house on i orbes: water on
every floor. This Investment for sale by Loguc &
Schroeder, Germanla Bank building, cor, wood
ffiQ 300 Very good investment, 3 new frame
nDOj hous-s. 2 or4 rooms, attic, cellar, water,
etc., each, and one of 5 rooms, etc. ; good large
lot: street and alley payed; this will bear investiga
tion. D. lichen t Son, 4112 Penn av.
East End Residences For Sale.
EAST EVD A neat brick dwelling or 8 rooms,
bath and all other modern appliances and in
'exctl'cnt condition throughout; large lot: grass
plot front, side aud rear; good neighborhood: con
tiguous to cable cars; possession at once. Jas. VV.
Drape X Co., 313 VV oou St., Pittsburg.
FORSALE-WIll take K,(00 less than cost for
bouse No. 614 Fifth av.. corner of Jimon
vllljst., at auction saloon Saturday, October 1, at
2 P. M. on the premises: a really complete and ele
gant residence; will be sold at a bargain. For par
ticulars see Black i. Balrd. 95 Fourth av.
&IJ 500-Oneof the finest homes on the hill at
JP I Oakdale: a handsomely located, extra, well
built house, with reception hall, parlor, library,
dining room, kitchen, pantry, alt large, on 1st
and 5 large chambers and bath, hot and cold h ater.
washstaud and w. c. on 2nd floor, extra wide front
and back stairs, slate mantels, nat. g is. good
chandeliers, veranda on 3 sides. 2 side entrances,
stone walks, stable and carriage house with run
ning water: lot 75x21 to 5C-ft. street: alley at side.
Logtie Schroeder. Germanla Bank bonding, cor.
TV ood and Diamond.
line; all i
000 Fine new frame house, 8 rooms, on
aved street and corner lot on street car
modern imnroyements and In ererv wav
..... . . u.a.a.1,1. C . T. . i Vf
derkln Co., Urn., eta Penn ay., E. E. Tel. 5327,
East End Residences For Sale.
C 830 Easy terms; Shadyslde; newandcora
nSUj plete 8-room frame dwelling, hall, vestibule
bith, water, gas. etc.: nicely finished and desir
ably located; convenient to electric and cable cars;
a nice home. M. F. Hippie A Co.. 98 4th av.
ffl! O 600 A very desirable 6-room house In the E.
3DO E,. on Dnquesne line: 6 rooms, both gases,
in first-class condition and desirable for home or
Investment. Dennlston. Elderkln Co , Mm.,
est Penn av., E. E. Teh 5S27. (C3.)
000 A new frame dwelling of five rooms.
i nan. cam. launury, iub. . c uwa aim
rear porches, etc.: situated in East End, onlrone
square from electric line: Immediate possession.
ueorge scnmiac. 10 ourin ar.
S4 OOO Frame house, 8 rooms, had, bath.
(Drt) vest, laundry: best house for the mopey In
tho last End, near street csrs; corner lot. Call
and see It. (CI ) Dennlston Elderkln Co., Ltd.,
6232 Penn av., E. E. Tel. 327.
QO 730 House of 6 rooms and stable: lot 50x140
IDZlj feet, street to alley: one sqnare from ntreet
cars. J. J. McDonougb. owner. No. 6352 Station
Allegheny Residences Tor Sale.
J7SPLAN ADE SI ., Allegheny-New brick house;
J Particulars. W. V. Derraltt. 407 GranL
RESIDENCE property in Allegheny of the late
Sir. Leonard Walters. Sr.. deceased, situate
on North Canal St.: two-storied brick of 1Z large
rooms, wide hill, bath, both gases, and other of
the more recent Improvements; all In prime condi
tion: elegant double lot: lawn front and side, will
be sold at less than value; terms to suit; Imme
diate possession given. Jas- TV. Drape A Co., 313
V ood st , Pittsburg.
RESIDENCE A handsome donble residence and
oyer an acre of ground, on Perrysville ay
enoe, Allegheny; abundance of shade and fruit
trees, shrubbery, spaclons lawn, copious flow of
water; 12 large rooms' in the residence, and modem
throughout in every particular: can be bought at a
reduced price: Immediate possession. James W.
Drape & Co., 313 Wood street. Pittsburg.
Suburban Residences For Sale.
POR SALE Or Exchange A good house; 5
rooms; cor. lot; one of the best locations on
Southslde; price onlv f 1.600; will exchange for im
proved property iujCast End or VV Ilklnsbiirg, and
pay difference In cash. (351c). W. A. Herron t
Sons, 80 Fourth av.
6 ACRES and small duelling, near the city, at a
great bargain: cheapest property In the mar
ket. Jas. TV. Drape A Co., 313 Wood St., Pitts
burg. For Exchange.
TITY property In exchange for farm: we have a
Vy couple of good properties, .residence ana busi
ness, to exchange for a farm. D. Behen A Co.,
4112 Penn av.
REAL ESTATE bargains; new catalogue, lust
rrom the printers, free for the asking. Black
A Balrd. N o. 9a Fo urth av.
upright piano, etc,
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27,
at 10 o'clock.
At the rooms of the Henry Auction Com
pany, 21 28 Ninth street.
The entire famishment of a fine residence
movod to the store for sale, which contains
fine upright piano (cost $400), chambor and
Sarlor furniture, mirrors, chairs, wardrobes,
eddlng, carpet, sideboard, range, four fil
ters, dishes and kitchen furniture. Also a
large consignment of new parlor and cham
ber suites, hall racks, extension tables, side
boards, leather cnairsand rockers to match,
china closets, center tables and bookcases.
Carpets, ingrain and brussels.i new or
second hand for rooms, balls and stairs.
Also at 1 o'clock the remaining stock of oar
HLNEY AUCTION COMPANY,
BOOTS, SHOES AND NOTIONS,
MONDAY, September 26, at 10 o'clock, at
tho rooms of the Henry Auction Co., 21 and
26 Ninth street.
The entire stock of boots and shoes about
$3 000 worth consisting of ladies', gents' and
children's footwear must be sold at once,
as the owner is going out of business. Goods
will be sold in lots to nlt the dealers. Sale
positive. HENRY AUCTION CO .
At cor. of Kegloy and Stanton avenues, on
TUESDAY, Sept. 27, at 1 P. M.
Of the following nrtlcles: 16 cows, 3 coach
milk wagons S spring wagons 1 grain wagon,
1 oets or double wagon harness, S plows, 1
cultivator, 1 harrow. No postponement on
account of weather.
J. A. M'KELVET, Auctioneer.
AUER BROS., Proprietors.
Assignee's Sale of Groceries
COMMENCES MONDAY. SEPT. 26, AT
And continues each day at 10 and 2 r.M., un
til closed out, at 303 Firth av.
100 one-quarter and one-half chests fine
teas, 100,000 choice clgirs, SO caddies tobacco,
50 butts tobacco, 1 patent oil tank, self
measuring; platlorm and counter scales,
shelving, counters, horse, wagon and har
ness, nwnlng, desks, safe, laundry and toilet
soap and spices. Large stock, toonumerous
to mention. See posters.
A. J. PENTECOST, Auctioneer,
413 GRANT STREET.
LOT 46 8-12x80,
81 AND 83
On TUESDAY, October i, at t o'clock will
be sold on the premises the Iot438 12x80, Nos.
81 and 83 First av., between Market and
Ferry sts , with frame building, leased as a
livery stable. Lease expires April 1. 1896.
Terms One-rourth cash, balance in three, 1
four or five yearly payments j
3. H. and G. Iv. Shoenberger.
A. LEGGATE &S0N,
62 FOURTH AVENUE.
$500 TO 8500,000
irases. city or country property, at lowest
rates. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO, .113 Wood St.,
Telephono No. 975.
SHOWING PROG RESS-A YEAR
AGO KENSINGTON HAD 150
HOUSES ERECTED. TO-DAY IT
HAS OVER 1,200 HOUSES ERECT
ED AND OCCUPIED. THERE IS
NO SUCH OPPORTUNITY OF
FERED TO DOUBLE MONEY IN
A SHORT TIME AS AN INVEST
MENT IN LOTS IN THIS NEW
CITY. KENSINGTON IS THE
MOST ACTIVE AND PROGRESS
IVE CITY IN AMERICA. ITS
IS THE BEST GUARANTEE OF
ITS FUTURE PROSPERITY. VISIT
KENSINGTON AND THOROUGH
LY INVESTIGATE IT. FREE
RAILROAD TICKETS WILL BE
FURNISHED AT OUR OFFICE,
79 FOURTH AVE., PIT1SBURG,PA.
ujnxvjvn-nLn-nLrm -li-ij-i i- i i fl jH
Collegiate Institute for Young Ladles andPrsn
paratory School for Little Girls.
EMBLAP. o near Baltimore, Md.
GOLDEN HILL SCHOOL FOR BOYS
Classical, Scientific and English Courses.
JOHN M. CROSS. A. M.. PrlnclpaL j
HollidaysbuTg, Pa., School for Girk i
Unexcelled In location, buildings, grounds ?j
and in all therequisites of aflrst-class school
lor girls. Certificate admits to Welleslev.
Address MKS. B, T. HITCHCOCK.
Get a Practical Business Education.
ST. JOHN'S MILITARY SCHOOL,
MANLTUS, N. T.
Full courses orstudy. Undertha Tisitattoa
or the Regents or University of New Yorlc
and War Department. KT. KEV. F.D. HUNT
INGTON, Prest.: WM. VERBECK,Snpt.
tf I IDDV UNIVERSITY
S J r ri T SESTH STREET.
The ota reliable school that has educated 40.0OT
students. Fall term brlns Septembers. English,
normal, classical, scientific, mechanical, book,
keeping, shorthand. typewriUng. music and elocu
tion courses. Day and evening. Send for catar
logue. U. M. ROWB. pfi. D.. President.
ACTUAL BUSINESS COLLEGE,
NO. 5 SIXTH AVENUE.
Established 12 years. Day and night schools for
voungmen and women. Open the entire year.
Students may begin at any time. Bookkeeping,
shorthand, typewriting and English departments.
Bookkeeping taught by actual business practice,
TV rite for free plctor'al catalogue.
V. J. CONN tR. President.
J. M. PHILLIP;). Dean of Faculty.
A School Ibv Girls at Shadyslde.
WILL OPEN WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 21. 1S92.
Academic. Intermediate, primary and Kinder-
?;arten Departments. A teacher specially trained
or the work or each department has been secured.
Preparing pnpils ror college its special aim. Ap
plications mav be made at the school every day
from 9 to 2. For prospectus send to MU3.G.
STUART. Principal, Fifth av. and Craig St..
CONSEBTATOEY OF MTJSIC.
CHAS. DAVIS CAKTEB, Music Director.
Term opens Sept. S.
Pittsburg's leading school of music Faculty
Chas. Davis Carter, Ad. II. Foerster. Carl Better.
ValdemarPapenbrock. Morris Stephens, SIlss Julia
Beach. Geo. Lepplg. Wm. Guentfier and Dr. W.
T. English. Fine new pipe organ for recitals.
teaching and practice: also new grand and uprizhe
Etanos. Special classes In sight-reading of music,
armony, ensemble slnglnr. lectures and recitals
rree to all students. Terms reasonable. Special
annual circular containing detailed information
can be secured at all music stores and at the con
servatory. Duquesne College building, cor. Dla
mond and Boss sts.. opp. Court House.
HOUSE AND L0Tr
SECOND WARD, ALLEGHENY,
On THURSDAY, September 29, at 4 o'clock
will be sold on tho premises. Now Brighton
read, opposite the llrst toll gate at Union
dale Cemetery, a frame houseof six rooms,
with lot 49x36x30. Terms Third cash and
two years. Bents for $210. Will likely bring
about 51,500. ilust b sold at anv price.
Positive sale. A. LEGGATE & SON,
Auctioneers, 62 Fourth avenue.
Modem Brick House
First-class neighborhood. Convenient to
caDles, electric and P. It. It.
S. A. DICKIE & CO.,
PENN AND SHADTAVS , E. E.
Six miles from city, on lino of Pittsburgh
Cincinnati and St. Louis Railroad. This
propertylays weTI"hnd wKl sub-d'vldoTTb-'
good advantaso. Surrounded by good in-,
provements. Havo low price and goodV
terms for quick sale.
BAXTER, THOMPSON & CO.,
161 Fourth Avenue.
REAL ESTATE BARGAIN.
Jnst think of this! You can buy a now
frame house (Jnst finished last April) of 5
rooms, hall, vestibule, finished attic, dryl
cellar under whole house, and nicely grained
throughout, lot 26x100 feet and nicely fenced,
for $2,100, possession In 30 days, No. 29 Fred
encK st., near .uaricnaramer St., jit. Oliver.
Terms, $400 cosh, balance to suit purchaser.
F- T. SCIIAFFNEE,
72 Washington ar., Thirty-Hrst ward, S. S
Now being made to our building for tho easy
handling of a large stock or wall paper will
not be completed until October 15, until
which time we will offer the same low prices
made during our remnant sale. On account!
of being so upset we must offer extra in
ducements to bnyers, otherwise a great part
of our stock will be ruined it not sold. Nexs
oar tho prices of wall piper will be higher.
Buy now you will save money. We pay 80
postage on samples of wall p-ioer, which wa
send free to any address. If the samples
were not the best and our prices the lowest
this monev would be wasted. We pay,
freights on all order3 of $3 or over. When
you coma to the Exposition call and see our
G. G. O'BRIEN'S
Paint nnd Wall Taper Store, 292 Fifth Are
three sqnares from Court House.
SOW OPE5-. '
The Pittsburg Wall Paper Co
21 Penn avenue.
Opposite TV estingbousij Office Building: