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THE PITTSBlTKG- DISPATCH, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER r 15, 1889;
ONE FATAL FAILURE.
After All Others are Avoided, One
Cannot be Insured Against.
IT IS THE FAILURE WITH GOD.
Comment Upon the f arable of the Pharisee
and the Publican.
UXFOBTUXATE CONDITION OP THINGS
IWIIITTEX FOE THE DISPATCH.'!
I want to make some comment this morn
ing upon the parable of the Pharisee and
Publican. The point which I ask you
especially to think about is xhe failure of
the Pharisee. And I would like you to
notice, first of. all, the Pharisee's entire un
consciousness of any failure. No more
complacent man walked the streets of
Jerusalem. No man went up that day into
the temple ot God, or came down again,
with a better opinion of himself. And vet
he was making the most disastrous kind or
That is rather appalling, when you think
about it because human nature does not
change much with distance of time and
spice, does not alter much with difference of
dress and language. If a citizen of Jeru
salem could go about so blind to his most fatal
failure, a citizen of Tittsburg may walk these
streets to-day with just as black ashadeoer
And it is worth while, accordingly, to look
somewhat closely into this unfortunate condi
tion of things. b way of discovering the caute
of the Pharisee's serene but disastrous uncon
sciousness. And we speedily discover that the
Pharisee was blinded to his failure Ivy- the
strong lent of two kinds of success, lie had
this vr desirable success. That his neighbors
all wirutlit well of hint. There is always a
temp u on wbich roes alone: with that nlea
ant approbation the temptation to put compli
ment m the place of conscience. oe unto
you when all men shall speak well of vou'-
because, unless you are on vour guard, you
will take that flattering speech as the voice of
God. You will persuade yourself that God ap
proves because the men in a our club or the
women in jour set anprore. You will account
that you are doing your duty because other
people think you are. And vefy likely you will
be making a great mistake.
The Pharisee had also this other desirable
success. tlir.t he thought Well of himself. He
thoutrbt and had some good grounds for
tlnnk.v.g that he was a pretty good sort of
man. lie was tempted to take himself at his
own valuation. But nobody can be trusted
to do that. However truthful we may be
in general, we all tell ie to ourselves about
ourselves. There is nothing so deceptive as
The Pharisee does not seem to have done
much thinking about God's possible estimation
of him. If we follow the wise philosophy of
Dr. Holmes, and find three men in every man
John's ideal John, the man as he seems to him
self, and Thoma' ideal John, the man as he
looks to his neighbor, and the real John the
Pharisee seems not to have thought much
about the real John. And so, where He least
imagined it, he failed.
OXLT OXE FATAL FAILUBE.
After all, there is only one failure which is
particularly worth regretting, and that is fail
ure with God. Sometimes failure with oneself
Is not really failure at all. I suppose that no man
was ever more emphatic in his own belief that
be had made a failure of his life than Elijah
was. He wanted to die that the earth might
he rid of such an utterly useless and defeated
creature. But we know that Elijah was very
much mistaken. Sometimes failure with others
is not failure at alL I suppose that no life ever
ended amid circumstances more plainly indica
tive of defeat than the life of the Master.
Forsaken bv the multitude of His disciples, de
serted by His own friends, confronted by all
that people accounted good and orthodox in
the religious life of His time, condemned for
blasphemy and sedition, hanging alone upon
theignominiouscross.no wonder if they who
stood by watching as the darkness fell upon
Calvary thought in their hearts that it was the
failure of failures. Hut we know it was the
victory of victories.
There is only one fatal failure. And that is
failure with God. The Pharisee had failed
with God, but he knew it not.
And here I pass to a second notable charact
eristic of the Pharisee's failure: The fact that
he failed in the face of certain very great ad
vantages. Those two kinds of success, of
approbation, of which I spoke, while it is true
they offered stiong temptations, brought with
them, nevertheless, a great measureof strength
and help. Take the good opinion of his neigh
bors which the Pharisee had, that meant ap
preciation. It meant that w henever this man
did a good thing somebody was sure to tell him
ot it. And appreciation brings encourage
ment, brings inspiration, always. It helps a
man to go on and do better next time. More
than that this general appreciation coustituted
for the Pharisee an ideal of character which he
knew peoole expected of him. That made it a
hundred times more easy for him to live up to
that ideal that helped him.
While as for the Publican, there was no deed
which he could do, good enough to get any ap
preciation from anybody. There was no mo
tive of his so good but somebody would misin
terpret it. And as for a character to maintain
nobody expected him to have a character at
all-except a bad one. The Publican was a
good deal like that released convict who
passed through Pittsbu.-g several daysago and
complained that he had no chance to make an
honest living. His picture was in the rogue's
gallery. The police made hnn move on. Every
body looked to see him do sometlnngtodeserve
another term in prison. You can see readily
enough what influenco that would have on a
man's life; you cJSi-see how such a man would
be pulled back all the time. By and by, unless
there was something uncommonly good in him
he would live up to tho character which people
Then there was the Pharisee's good opinion
of himself. I have no doubt bnt that his esti
mate was not oniy nonest, but well founded.
Men do not readily tell lies in their private
prayers. The Pharisee had, accordingly, a high
degree of belf-respect to maintain. More than
that, he bad the strength which comes from a
long habit of upright living. He had the help
of the memory of his good life, and because he
had alwa)s been good, it was fairly easy for
him to keep on being cood. Because being
good is like learning to ride ou a bicycle. It is
YEEY HAED AT FIRST,
every motion takes an amount of individual
attention, the muscles get strained with un
usual exertion, and every other minute you
topple over on your head. But after you get
into the habit it is easier than walking. You
ride without thinking. It was easy, in much
the same way, for this Pharisee to be cood
That was a great help.
And the Pharisee was good. He was no ex
tortioner; he was not unjust He was a man of
sterling moral character. Weigh those de
scriptive phrases, and you will tind that they
mean a good deal. Here was an upright busi
ness man, ot the straightest honesty, haying no
tricks in his trade, telling no commercial Ties
paying his debts, dealing fairly with his em
ployes, neither extortionate nor unjust. And
just as good in his home as in his store, a faith
ful husband, a model ot domestic Tirtue. The
Pharisee's good character went farther than
that. He was a religious man. This was by no
means his first visit to the temple at the hour
of prayer. He was a regular and punctual
church goer. Vt e know from his belonging to
the party of the Pharisees that he
was nut umjr icniuus, um prominent in
religion. To-day ho would have been a
vestryman or a deacon. People pointed him out
as he walked that morning toward the temple
as one of the pillars of the Jerusalem church.
Even among the foremost he was especially em
phatic In sti ict living, in literal obedience to all
the rubrics and regulations of the church. He
"fasted twice every week." Beside that begave
tithes of all that he possessed. This man took
regularly a tenth part of bis income and spent
it in works of charity.
Now you take a man who is an hempst mer
chant and a citizen of sterling integrity, who is
a dutiful and faithful husband and father, who
i a leader amonc men of religion, a representa
tive of the church, who cives SlOoutof every
f 100 to the poor, and you have a pretty good
tort of man. And jet there was one who said
that "except your riRhteousuess shall exceed
the rlRhteousness of the scribes and phansees
e shall in no case enter into the kingdom of
Iieaven." So that a man may have all the
graces and virtues which the upright citizen of
Jeiusalem had and yet bo making smritual
shipwreck of his life. That is worth thinking
As for the Publican, I (make no doubt but '
that 110 uescnueu muueu quite accurately
when he prayed that God wouid be mcrcitul to
him a sinner. Anjhody beholding those two
men that day climbing the church steps
together would have remarked upon the con
trasL And if you had asked the question:
"Which of the two is nearer the kingdom of
beavenT you would have been answered, with
eomo surprise at your folly in asking, "the
Pharisee." Bnt Christ said the Publican.
Because God judges very differently from
nor itidcroent. This page is read this day by
Unhand X&riy !
among the multitude of readers, by the bad.
Bnt in tlie signs oi w, avo .uc nu are
poor, and the poor rich. Some of those who
are accorded first by us and by themselves.
God puts among the last, and some of the last
firtt. For no amount of advantage can ensure
one against spiritual failure. And no amount
of disadvantage, no complication of adverse
and hindering circumstances can absolutely
keep anybody from making a man of himself
and winning the benediction of God.
Here I stop to-day. content to have em
phasized these two points in the Pharisee's fail
ure: That he was really qutte unconscious
that he had failed, and that be failed in the
face of circumstances which gave him, as it
seemed, the very best of chances for success.
It seems to me that these two disastrous facts
took a good many of us pretty closely. They
will bear thinking about for a week. Next
Sunday we will try to make out wliat it was in
the character of the Pharisee which made him
fail. George Hodges.
MIXING THE HUSBANDS.
An Amusing Incident Portrayed In the
Philadelphia, September 14. "My
husband is 50 years of age, sir," piped out
a pert little woman in response to Lawyer
Bennet's query in the Desertion Court yes
terday. There was a nutter of surprise in
the audience, and an elevation of eyebrows
on the part of the questioner.
"He looks more like 80," the lawyer
murmured, as he scanned tbelong, lank,
wrinkled and gray-haired individual in the
dock. But the irate little woman disdained
to follow his gaze. From the moment of
her entrance into the courtroom she had
not so much as cast a glance in the direc
tion ot the bruised and broken spouse. To
the call for Sarah Kane she had responded
promptly, and was all eagerness to recount
the vices of her once beloved. She answered
satisfactorily and volubly all of Lawyer
Bennet's questions till he asked when she
had first met John.
"He knew me since I was born," was the
A look of deep astonishment passed over
the lawyer's face, and the old man in the
dock shook bis head strangely, as if he was
wondering what this all signified.
"Didn't you first become acquainted three
davs before your marriage?"
"No, sir-eel" came out emphatically.
"Weren't you engaged as his housekeeper
after his first wife died?"
"Indeed, and I wasn't nobody's servant
except my own, sir. Me a housekeeper!
"Just try to think a moment, Mrs. Zarr
acher," suggested the bewildered lawyer,
who failed to understand the unexpected
"My name ain't Zarracher," cried the
woman; "it's Kane, I'd have you know,"
and just then she peered far enough from the
corners ot her eyes to catch a glimpse of the
man in the dock.
"Why, why, that's not my husband," she
"Well, I declareif I didn't think it was
And then there was a laugh all round.
Husband and wife had gotten mixed. The
real Mrs. Zarracher was sitting by, unable
to interpose, since she knew not a word of
English, and the real John Kane was not in
At tho Exposition Which Commands
As invariably evidenced at every public
demonstration of Pittsburg's enterprise and
the munificence of her citizens, the ever pro
gressive and uncompromising business zeal
of Gusky's again bears the palm, this time
at the Exposition. Their magnificent dis
play, to be found about midway ou the north
side of the main ball and directly opposite
the band stand, is the most observed of the
observed. Huge crowds are to be seen con
stantly round the exhibit which is at once
rich, massive and peculiarly artistic. What
adds to the effectiveness of the whole and
what causes the delighted crowdsto give ex
pression to their feelings of admiration is an
elegant Eau de Cologne fountain, which
throws out the most lovely fragrance, caus
ing thousands of visitors to wonder at the
source of the elegant perfume. Then again
the diversified assortments of the latest
styles in fall clothing, hats, furnishing
goods and footwear, are so exquisitely ar
ranged that thegoods on exhibit give a good
idea of the matchless stock carried con
stantly at the mammoth store. No matter
in what part of the building you go you can
hear the inquiry, "Hare you seen Gusky's
display?" and from the universal expres
sions of admiration the exhibit constantly
elicits, it is safe to say that no firm repre
sented in the whole building shares greater
attention or evokes more flattering and well
deserved encomiums than Gusky's. Be sure
yon see this exhibit.
A Delightful Cake.
To the yoke of five eggs, well beaten, add
one cup sugar, one-hah cup sweet milk, one
teaspoonful of ground cinnamon, one grated
nutmeg, then the whites of two eggs, well
beaten, one and a half cups flour, having in
one measure "Banner" Baking Powder
bake in jelly cake pans; when cold spread'
each layer with an icing made of the whites
ot three eggs, beaten stiff, add one and a half
cups powdered sugar.
Some ladies have no doubt experienced
difficulty in securing the best results in their
efforts to bake fine cakes, owing chiefly to
the use ot inferior baking powders, which
are being continually urged upon them, and
purporting to be as good as the "Banner
To speedily correct the baneful effects that
these so-called cheap baking preparations
exert upon the human system, as well as
their utter failure to produce good results in
baking, resolve to allow no other baking
powder to enter the kitchen save a 99 per
cent pure cream tartar powder and vour suc
cess is assured. This is the high standard
of purity which is maintained in the manu
facture of the old reliable "Banner Baking
Powder." This powder has been used in
many of our very best families for the last
quarter of a century.
The "Banner Becipe Book" is replete
with valuable household information for
baking tea biscuit, rolls, muffins and all
kinds of fancy cakes; instructions for roast
ing meats, fish and fowl; for preparing
French and mayonnaise dressing, and
making all kinds of desserts. Every lady
should have one of the books. Order a
pound can with the Banner Becipe Book
from your grocer. If lie cannot supply the
book, send vour address to B. B. Powder
Co., P. O. Box 245, Pittsburg, Pa.v and we
will mail it free; or call at the Banner
Baking Powder stand in Exposition build
ing and get a copy.
Cabinet photos, 51 per doz. Lies' Pop
ular Gallery, 10 arid 12 Sixth st TTSu
ADATHA Lodge. No. 41S, F. and A. M.,
will assemble at their hall, Sharpsburg, Pa., on
SUNDAY, September 15, at 12 ji. sharp, to at
tend the funeral of onr late Brother Josiab
Zachanas, member of Verona Lodge, 513.
Members of sister lodges are respectfully in
vited to attend. By order
sel4-60 W. M.
THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF
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P., are requested to meet at their hall No 23
Federal street, Allegheny, SUNDAY, Septem
ber, 15, 1&9, at 12 o'clock M., sharp, for the
tiou is hereby extended to members of sister
lodfrps nho mar wish to ul-ninrt tnm.n..
at the above address. Services will be held at
the Smlthfleld street M. E. Church, bv the Rev.
C. Locke, at 1 o'clock. Interment at Allegheny
Cemetery, C. L. MILLER, Noble Grand.
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It washes dirtiest clothes clean by hot steam with
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WANTED A MAN 34 YEARS OF AGE, A
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Rooms. Homes. Etc.
WANTED-A BUILDING SUITABLE FOR
ceneral store, with dwelling attached. A.
Y. Z., Dispatch office. sel550
-TTTA.N1ED-SINGLKMAN DESIRES ROOM IN
VV Filth ward, Allegheny, with both gases
and nse of bath. Address It. K. D., Dlsp.itch
-V7"ANTED-ONE OR TWO FURMSIIED
V rooms, with board; on or near Allegheny
Parks preferred: for gentleman and wife. Ad
dress P., Dispatch office. sel5-136
WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN, OCT. J,
room or room and board in a well con
nected Protestant family residing in the East End
or Oakland: will be permanent If mutually agree
able: terms must be moderate. Address R. S. T.,
Dispatch office. &C1V52
Boarders and Lortsers.
WANTED OCCUPANTS AT 231 NORTH
AYE. for suit of rooms, second floor,
facing the park. scl5-70
WANTED OCCUPANTS FOR DOUBLE
parlors and pleasant front room, with good
table board, in most central part of city. S. J.,
Dispatch office. sel5-25
WANTED BOARDERS AND ROOMERS:
location desirable: 22 per month: rooms
large, with all couvcnlences, and near station and
cable lines. Address B., East Liberty P. O.
XTJANTED-TO LOAN MONEY AT 4K, 5 AND
V 6 per cent free ot tax.
114 Fourth ave.
WAATED-WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN
on mortgages. STRAUB & MORRIS, cor
ner Wood st. and Third ave. sel5-Jl
"TTTANTED-MORTGAGES MON EY TO LOAN
V in sums to suit at 4X, 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
WANTED-MORTG AGES-SI. 000, 000 TO LOAN
in large and small amounts at 4)4.5 and 6
per cent, free of State tax; no delay. REED B.
COYLE A CO.. 131 Fourth ave. my21-60
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY" ON MORT
GAGES on Improved real estate iu sums of
50O and upward at4, 5 and 6 per cent. L. O.
FRAZ1ER, Forty-fifth and Butler streets.
W A NTED MORTGAGES L 000, KIOTO LOAN
on city and suburban properties at ii, 5and
6 per cent, ana on larms in Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 6 per ceut.
M. PENNOCK 4
aui, liw r onrtii avenue.
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY-TVE HAVE
over one million dollars to loan on city and
suburban property at 4K per cent; no tax: we
will also loan money on Improved larms In Alle
gheny, Beaver, Fayette Washington and West
moreland counties; any marketable security taken
for loans of any amount. BLACK & BAIRD, 95
Fourth ave. Je3-a9-su
WANTED-YOU TO GET. A BAKER'S
dozen (13) of Stewart .'c Co. 'd fine cabinet
photos lor 1, at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
TTTANTED-EVERYBODY TO SEND THEIR
V furniture needing upholstering, repairing
and reflnishlng to II A UGH 4 KEEN AN, 33 and
34 Water st. 'Phone 1626. aul4
WANTED-A LOCATION NEAR TO. BUT
outside the city, for manutacturlng a
specialty. Address.with particulars, SPECIALTY
M FG .CO., Dispatch office. sell-39
WAMED-TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one in the club at 1 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX 501, and I will call and show you the watch.
WANTED-FAMIL1ES TO KNOW WHERE
they can have all kinds of sewing and
dressmaking done on short notice; children's
dressmaking a specialty. 24 SIXTH ST., second
TTTANTED-PERSONSTO KNOW THAT BY
T V agreeing to pay SI per week you can
possession of fine gold or silver watches, clocks,
jewelry, diamonds, silver ware, etc. J. MITbUH,
130 Federal st.. Allegheny. Pa. sel2-Mwrsu
TTANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
V TOGRAPHER. 96 Fifth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at 1 60 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: lnstan
taneons process. mh!3-63
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL E STATE.
FOR SALE CONGRESS ST.-S18C0-BRICK
house. 6 rooms: lot 22 ft. front. J.B.COOI'EB
& CO.. 107 Fourth ave. sel4-54-MWSSu
TIlOR SALE-SEVERAL DWELLINGS ON
' Chatham st. STRAUB A MORRIS, corner
Wood st. and Third ave.
FOR SALE - 2,750 - TWO-STORY BKICK
dwelling on Overhill St.; lot 24x87. STRAUB
&. MORRIS, corner Wood st. and Third ave.
TT'OR SALE 2,000-COLWELL ST.-BRIOK
A' House. 4 rooms, cellar, front and back porch.
gas and water; lot 21x100,
J. R. COOPER & CO.,
liii iourin ave.
FOR SALE-MARION ST.-BRICK HOUSE. 6
rooms, hall, marble mantels, finished attic,
both gases, porches, sewerage, etc.; lot 24x104. J.
R COOP.LR& CO., 107 Fourth ave.
I7-0K SALE- a MO -TWO-STORY BRICK
dwelling of 6 rooms on Chatham 6treet, In
Sood order, occupied by owner. STRAUB &
lORRlS, corner Wood st. and Third aye.
FOR SALE-65.250-THREE-STORY BRICK
dwelling of 10 rooms, bathroom, etc.; stable
on premises: lot 27,tI00: situated on Townsend
st. STRAUB & MORRIS, corner Wood st. and
Third ave. sel5-41
FOR SALE GUM STREET TWO-STORY
brick house. 6 rooms, finished attic, hall:
also two 2-story brlrk houses, 3 rooms each: lot
22x100; a good Investment. J. K. COOPER & CO.,
107 Fourth ave. seI4-4-MWssu
FOR SALE-WYL1E AVE., NEAR ERIN ST.
2,800; abargalu; good brick house. 4 rooms
and 2 well finished attics: natural and artificial
gas; good sewerage; lot 23x110. J. R. COOPER 4
CO., 107 Fourth ave. seI4-W-MWSsu
FOR SALE-BLUFF ST., NEAR COLLEGE,
new brick house, 8 rooms, hall, bathroom,
finished basement; all late improvements; lot 23
Jt. 9 in. by 133 it.: terms to suit. ROUT. COW
ARD, No. 20 Blufl St. acl-87-TTSSU
FOR SALE-THIBTEENTH AND LIBERTY
sis. ; corner lot 50 ft. on Liberty St. by ICO ft.
on Thirteenth st., extending back to Spring alley;
one brick and 4 frame houses Liberty nve. : corner
vacant: valuable prooerty; price 20,000: terms to
suit. ALLES & BAILEY. sel5-61-wssn
FOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN-AN ELEGANT
new house, 20 minutes' walk from the post
office and close to cable line; nine rooms, bath
room and laundry, both gases, hot and cold water
throughout, finely finished wide halls, high ceil
ings, fine slate mantels, fancy tile hearths, fine
chandeliers, electric bells and all modern conven
iences; delightfully located, with front and back
porches. Apply to JOHN MADDEN, Attorney,
94 Diamond st. sell-S
Enst End Residences.
FOB SALE-QUEEN ANNE FRAME.6 ROOMS,
attic, inside shutters, stained glass windows,
Eorches; lot 40x50, 518 Euclid aye., 83,000. D. BE
EN & SON. 4112 Penn ave. sel3-I6
FOR SALE-S2.700-GROSS STREET, NEAR
Liberty ave. ; three minutes' walk to station;
new frame dwelling, 5 rooms, finished attic, hall,
vestibule, inside shutters, side entrance, nicely
finished and grained: lot 21x100:81.000 cash, bal
ance easy payments. L. O. FRAZIEK, Forty-fifth
and Butler sts. sc10-50-ttsu
FOR SALE-ELLSWOKIH AVENUE, EAST
END, new and substantially built frame
dwelling of 7 rooms, bath room, laundry, hard
wood finish, slate mantels, frontand back porches,
etc.: lot 63x200. elevated above street: If sold he-
fore Oct. 1 this property can be had at a great bar-
J. 110 WLE Y, 127 Fourth ave. sel2-92
11UK 3ALl-p.l)00"LlltKiX AVE., NEAR
Thirty-ninth St., two squares from cable line,
new frame dwelling. 5 rooms, finished attic hall,
vestibule, rnside slintteis. slate mantel, side en
trance, etc.: lot 20x100 feet to alley: immediate
?ossrsion; S1.00O cash, balance long time. L. O.
RAZ1ER, Forty-filth and Butler sts.
FOR SALE-T5,700-TERMS. 1. 700 CASH, BAL
ANCE to suit purchaser: a new and sub
stantial brick dwelling (not occupied), containing
8 rooms, bath and all conveniences, lot 25X100
feet; located on payed and 6ewered avenne, Oak
land; this propertvhas been held at 86.500: must
be jiold at once. W. C. STEWARD, 114 Fourth
FOB SALE - NEW QUEEN ANNE PRESS
brick d elling. No. 256 Mcyran avenue, Oak
land; rock face, stone trimmings, eight rooms,
bath, laundry,- drying room and large cellar,
hard wood finish: finely gratneawith carved wood
finish: sliding doors between hall and ifarlor:
also between parlor and library: Inside w. c. and
marble lavatories, stationary washtubs. elegant
spindlo work, hard wood staircases, art-stained
and nlate-glass windows: slate mantels and tile
hearths throughout: electric gongs and speaking
tubes, registers, and flagstone walks; large front
and back porches: also lawn In front and back.
This dwelling is of an Eastern design and will
bear the closest Inspection. Inquire of WM.
B1GGE, or JNO. C. HENRY, S48Meyran avenue.
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
East End Reslaences.
FOR SALE-LOT 25X110. BEATTY ST., E. E.,
with framehouse, 6 rooms, attic inside shut
ters, etc, f3,0C0. D. BEHEN & SON, 4112 Penn
yre- ' sel5-I6
I fOR SALE-ONLY tl,300-A NEAT 3:ROOM
T.-fr..Ssc' ood lot, near East Liberty station.
JvELLYA ROGERS, No. 6315 Station street. East
y. se 15-59
FOR SALE-NEW 6-ROOMED HOUSE AND
dOUhlf Int. Hdaflni. at li.nilv tn hMftTi ira
Station st., E. E.
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MELLON BROTHERS. 6349
FOR SALE-J6.50C-SU3STANTIAL BRICl
dwelling containing 8 rooms and all con ven
J p"8. "ell located in Shadyslde. W. C. bTEW
abt, 114 Fourth aye. sel-13-sa
FOR SALE-A BEAUTIFUL NEW 6 ROOM
frame house with fine lot: price only (2,200,
"""terms to suit. See KELLY & ROGERS. No.
6315 btatlon street. East End. sel5-59
FOR SALE ?9,000-NEW QUEEN ANNE
brick dwelling, containing 10 rooms and all
coveulences: lot 47x148; the best property for the
goney in Shadyslde. W. C. STEWART, 114
ourth aye. au25-ll-sn
FOR SALE A NEAT 4-ROOM HOUSE AND
, ,. Jot. 24 feet front on Broad St., extending back
i feet to Klrkwood St.. on which can be built
another house: price 2,700. MELLON BROTH
ERS, station st., E. E. sel5-132-lTSU
FOR SALE fl6.500-ELEGANT BRICK RESI
DENCE, eontalnlnir 12 rooms nnfl all Im
provements; lot 87x200 ft. desirably located on
"M"1 the finest paved avenues of East End. V.
C. STEWART. U4 Fourth aye. au25-ll-Bu
TWR SALE AT A GREAT BARGAIN, A
pressed brick dwelling of 6 rooms and attic,
nail vestibule, inside shutters, etc, in Sixteenth
ward, only a few doors from Penn ave.: price
3,600. C. BERINGER & SON, 103 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE 830,000 NEW AND SUBSTAN
1IAL brick residence, containing 12 large
rooms and all conveniences; lot lHx0 ft: this is
one of the'llnest located and cheapest pieces of
t, "t"-;tj iu auaujgiue. iv. u. sxr.iv Aibi, 114
vui m ave.
FOUSALE-Jll.OOO, ON EASY PAYMENTS: A
new Queen Anne brick dwelling, containing
"rooms, all conveniences, fine gas fixtures, and
is elegantly papered: lot 55x175 feet; located In the
heart or the East End. on one of the main avenues.
C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. aull-66-su
FOR SALE-ELLSWORTH AVENUE, EAST
END, new and substantially bnllt frame
Dwelling of 7 rooms, bathroom, laundry, hard
wood finish, slate mantels, front and back porches,
etc.; lot 63x2u0, elevated above street; a bargain
to quick buyer. J. J. HOWLEY, 127 Fourth aye.
FORSALE-87,000 MAIN STREET NEAR PENN
avenue, three new brick dwellings. 5 rooms
and finished attlo each: inside shutters, slate
roor, well finished and completely sewered:
corner lot57x81 leet; good permanent investment:
bargain. L. O. FHAZIEK, Forty-fifth and
Butler streets. Bel0-50-TTSu
IJIOR SALE LYTLE STREET, GLENWOOD
. cheap, two good frame dwellings of 4 rooms,
finished attic and cellar each: lots each 24x120;
easy terms. J: K. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave.
T7IOR SALE 10,000 MODERN PRESSED-
st. STRAUB & MORRIS, corner Wood st. and
Ttdrn . ' , 1,
TTOK SALE-NEW MODERN BRICK HOUSE
a. in second ward. Allegheny; four minutes'
walk from City Hall
Address OWNER, DIs-
FOR SALE-f0.500 THREE-STORY BRICK
residence on River avenue: will rent for 720
a year. SfRAUB & MORRIS, corner Wood St.
nuu i mra ave. selo-41
TT'OR SALE-?l6.U0O-(20.00O-ALLEGHENY PAR
-s' properties. Doth houses modern and very
MORRIS, corner Wood
si. and Third ave.
FOR SALE-84,60e-PRESSED BRICK DWELL
ING of 8 rooms on Kirkpatrlck ave. Second
warn: terms to suit. bTRAUB & MORRIS, corner
n ood st. and Third ave. seI5-4t
FOR SALE 7,500 BRICK MANSARD OF
nine rooms, with modern conveniences, on
Sampson St., Allegheny: side entrance. STRAUB
& MORRIS, corner Wood st. and Third avenue.
FOR SALE-56.500-EIGHT-ROOMED DWELL
ING on Jackson St.: everything in good or
der and possession October 1, if desired. STRAUB
& MORRIS, corner Wood st. and Third ave.
FOR SALE-GOOD INVESTMENT IN SIXTH
ward, Allegheny: two brick dwelling houses
u, iiwiua cutu
nrice only S3.200 for both, nr will
C. BERINGER & SON, 103 Fourth
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER M. AT
P. M.. Jit auction, on thp nraTnltoc
X1 4 o'clock p.m.,
West Market street. Triev-nfVi wrrft rnm.
houses: lot 60x100; good renting property. EWING
& 111ERS, Agts., No. 93 Federal street, first floor.
FOR SALE-SS,300TWO TWO-STORY AND
mansard pressed brlcli residences, situated
on franklin St.; houses new and well finished,
and now rented for J60 a month; an excellent and
sate Investment. STRAUB & MORRIS, corner
AVood st. and Third ave. SC15-41
-T7IOR SALE-HOOO-NEW TWO-STORY BRICK.
JD house, on Kirkpatrlck avenue; has slate
roof, bathroom, range, slate mantels. 2 w. c, in
side shutters, grained throughout, fine stairway,
etc.; terms to suit purchaser. STRAUB A MOR
RIS, corner AVood st. and Third ave. sel5-4l
I pOR SAL.E SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. AT
' 2 o'clock, at auction, on the premises, corner
Hubbard and Sipe streets, Eleventh ward, near
Mcciure ave. new frame house of 6 rooms and
ball; corner lot 50x101; possesion atonce. EWINO
&EYEKS. Agts., No. 83 Federal street, first floor.
FOR SALE-fS.00O-THAT ELEGANT NEW
and substantial press brick dwelling (never
occupied), containing 9 rooms, hath, stationary
washstands, laundry, cement cellar and all 1m
proveniPnts, located on Ackley St., head ot
Monterey St., Allegheny. W. C. STEWART. 114
Fourth ave. ap21-19-su
SALE-CHEAP HOUSES IN ALLE-
GHENY-No. 58 Corryst.. filOO: Lawrence
avenue. Nunnery Hill, J2.000; Linden avenue, Ob
servatory Hill, Si 000; No. 8 Taggart.tl.600: La
mont st., rear of No. 56 Kirkpatrlck ave.. 81,650:
also No. 135 Erin St., city, p.000. A. LEGGATE
& SON, 31 Federal st. sel4-64
IOR SALE - ,3,200 - VERY DESIRABLE
dwelling, with river view, at Avalon station:
lot"'jyl02. STRAUB & MORRIS, corner Wood
street and Third ave. se!5-41
T710R SALE-AT INGRAM AND CRAFTON-
X bcveral handsome residences at prices ranging
from J3.20O to 8S.C00. bTRAUB & MORRIS, corner
Wood6t. and Third avenue.
FOR SALE-J2.500-TWO FRAME HOUSES AT
Bcllevue; lot 41x175; now rented for f 10 per
month: will take LOCO, in new furniture ir de
sircii. STRAUB Jt MORRIS, corner Wood st.
and Third avenue. SC15-41
FOR SALE-OVER ACRE OF LAND, WITH
framehouse of5 rooms at Emswnrth, P. Ft.
W. &C. K. W. ; price 1 1,100, very cheap: more
ground adjoining can be bought if desired. C
BEKINGER & SON, 103 Fourth aye. seU-18
FOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL EUGEWOOD RESI
DENCE, 6 minutes' walk from station, con
taining 6 rooms, bath, good well water With fine
pump, natural gas, elegant lot 100x252 feet, with
fine fruit and shade trees; this bargain only
ofl" red for a few days; if vou want a good sub
urban home, this is your chance. BLACK &
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 3A-S0 sel5-77
FOR SALE -tW'ILKINSBURG 83,500; $500
cash, balance in 10 years; new and neat frame
dwelling. 7 rooms, reception hall, finished attic,
good cellar, water In kitchen, nat. gas, good sew
erage, etc.; lot 52x120: choice location and only
six minutes from station: street 50 ft. wide, with
shade trees on each side; this is without doubt the
most desirable residence property in the borough.
J. R. COOPER & CO., IDT Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-BY CHARLES SOMERS & CO., 313
Wood St.: Avalon station,?. Ft.W. AC.K.K.,
two choice properties of ,4 and acres; fruit,
Biiuue, snruDDery, lawn: o-rooni nouses, complete
with porches, water, gas and all conveniences in
side and out: near station; desirable homes.
Bcllevue, Neville and .lack's Bun stations, some
handsome properties. Improved and unimproved;
large and small bouses, building lots and acre
FOR SALE-BY THOS. MCCAFFREY. 3509
Butler St.: 81,650, on Ross St., Wllklnsburg,
adjoining Snowdcn property and Pehn ave., lot
31f X148, new frame house of 4 rooms, stone cellar,
etc.: possession at once; 81,000 cash, bal. to suit.
82,250, No. 5201 Dearborn st,, near new cemetery
gate lot 24x100, new frame house of 5 rooms and
finished attic; splendid water, well 60 feet deep;
Kor!j cash, bal. to suit. See THOS. MCCAF
FREY, Notary Public and Insurance Agent, 3509
Butler st. Tel. 5514. Office open evenings. se!2-27
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE-LOTS ON BLUFF AND VICEROY
sts., near college; terms to suit. ROBT.
COWARD, 20 Blufl St. aul-37-TTSSu
8 lots 21x65:
-i- rrancls St.: only 8500 each
J. R. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth
FOR SALE-LOTS AT GLENWOOD, NEAR
the station: graded streets, sidewalks, city
walcr.houses and lots lor sale. 11,330. Si, 750. SiCCO,
ten per cent cash, balance on monthly payments:
Second Ave. Electric Railway will pass In front of
these lots; B. & O. Railroad fore monthly tickets,
5M cents per trip; 12 minutes from Smlthfleld St.
GEOUOE C BURGW1N, 159 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-LOT-WILK1NSBURG: SOUTH
st; 2 minutes from station; lot 66x132; best
location in the borough. J. R. COOPER 4 CO.,
107 ourth avenue. sel4-54-invssu
FOR SALE-THE HANDSOMEST LOT ON
"The Ridge." at Crafton; price 820 per root
iJlt' rnnlr.g hack 250 feet. STRAUB & MOR
R1S, corner Wood st. and Third aye. sel5-ll
FOR SALE A VERY GOOD FAESl OF 74
acres in Westmoreland county, near Parnas
sus, A. V. B. R., with two orchards, rich soil, a
number of good springs, 6-roomed frame house,
two large barns, etc.; located on the natural gas
belt; price only flOCO. 0. BEBtNGEB A SON. 103
Ifourfn avenue. el4-18
FOR SALE LOTS.
East End Lots.
FOR SALE-LOT 50x77 WALNUT ST., ROUP
Station. J. 2. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth
FOR SALE-3,000-50X123 FEET ON NEGLEY
. avenne, near Center. W. C. STEWART. 114
FOR 8 ALE-LOT ON CRAIG ST.. BELLE
FIELD: 60x140; low price. J. R. COOPER ft
CO., 107 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-LOT-SHADYSIDE, CYPRESS
nearBaumst.:lor36xl00. J. P.. COOPER
& co., 1U7 Fourth avenue.
FOR 8ALE-',B00-EASY TERMS: 11 ACRES
of level land desirably located on Squirrel
Hill: will sell portion." V.
n uuriu ave,
FOR SALE-J7, 500-2 ACRES OF GROUND IN
the East End. desirably located: adjoining
property is held at 000 an acre: this Is a bargain.
Y. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. seI5-67-SU
TJTOR S ALE-(2, 300-LOX 47x120 FEET, LOCATED
X? in Shadyslde,near Fifth ave., in a choice
neighborhood; the best lot for the money In the
East End. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
FORSALE-HERRON HILL-PARK PLAN OF
lots Just opened for sale; finest views in the
city; first buyers given an advantage. Call or
send for Illustrated plan. BLACK & BAIRD. 95
Fourth ave. 6(15-77
FOR SALE CONRAD STREET. TWENTIETH
ward, choice building lot. 50x160 feet:loeation
first class and convenient to steam and cable cars;
price. 850 per foot front. L. O. FBAZIER. Forty
flfth and Butler sts. sel0-50-TTSu
FOR SALE-A CHOICE LOT ON ELYSIAN
ave.. 24M00: this is located handy to Fifth
ave.. Point Breeze and of easy access to K. B. and
cable: priee 550. MELLON BROTHER. 6349
Station St., E. E. selS-132-TTSa
FOR SALE-LOW PRICE FOR LOTS IN
Herron Dill Park if bonght before Wylie
ave. cable IS finished: lovely views, healthy loca
tion. Call or send for illustrated plan. BLACK
& BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. se5-77
FOR SALE ATLANTIC AVE., TWENTIETH
ward, large .fine lot 100x120 feet, covered
with fine shade trees and surrounded by first-class
improvements; three minutes wait to station;
price very low and terms easy. L. O. FRAZ1ER,
Forty-fifth and Rutler streets. selO-50-TTSu
FORSALE LOTS FRONTING HERRON HILL
Park, finest views lit the city, healthy loca
tion, only 12 minutes' ride from Court House by
Wylie avenue cable when finished: buy now be
fore advance in price: call or send for illustrated
pfan. BLACK 4 BAIK1). 95 Fourth ave. sel5-77
FOR SALE TO SECURE A DESIRABLE
home with, pleasant surroundings you should
buy a lot in Baum grove plan; with the improve
ments now made this is the most desirable and
cheapest property In the market. Full informa
tion trom MELLON BROS., East End. or JNO. F.
BAXTER, 5!2Hmllhfield st. sel5-78-WSSU
FOR SALE-I1.50O-TERM3 TO SUPT PUR
CHASER, lots 50x159 feet to an alley desira
bly located in Shadyslde (Squirrel Hill district)
right on line of new electric road, which will be
in operation December 1. and only 10 minutes
walk from Fifth avenue cable cars, are the choicest
lots In the East End. W. C. bTEWART, 114
Fourth avenue. sel5-67-6u
FOR SALE-BUSINESS MEN. CLERKS AND
salesmen, you should buy Herron Hill Park
lotsrbecausc first. It will be only 12 minutes1
ride by Wylie aye. cable, giving ample time to go
home to dinner: second, because It is a healthy lo-
ca,lon' eln- tne highest point In Allegheny
county; there Is no malaria or fogs: third, because
tne views are magnincent; tne wnoie country ior
miles in every direction Is In fnll view of all who
live here; fourth, because you can buy at low
prices now before the Wylie ave. cable Is com
pleted: fifth, because values will soon advance to
double present prices; sixth, because very easy
terms will be given all who will build at once;
seventh, because If yon will send or call for
illustrated plans of the property you will be sure
to buy. BLACK. & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE--2 LOTS. 21x75, FUEMONTST..BE
tween Jackson st.andPennsylvanlaavc;prlce,
$100 a foot; the three adjacent lots were sold on
Friday. A. LEGGATE SON, 31 Federal st.. Alle
FOR SALE-104 FEET FRONT, ON PERRYS
VILLE ave.. Second ward, in front of New
University building, on this side of Buena Vista
street; a good investment; would sub-divide into
building lots: here Is a chance to double your
money. See EWING 4 BYERS, No. 93 Federal
FOR SALE-NO. 38 NIXON ST., SATURDAY,
September 14, at 2 o'clock, at auction, on the
premises. See EWLNG & BiEBS, No. 93 Fed
eral St., first floor. selO-'S-TTsu
FOR SALE BY CHARLES .SOMERS & CO.,
313 Wood St.
Buena Vista st.. Allegeny, t3,000 New brick,
4 large rooms, choice little house, all complete, on
good lot and desirable location.
Sampson St.. Sl,50O Good lot, 2 houses in prime
repair: rented; paying handsomely.
Perrysville aye.. 81,500 Line of electric cars: a
nice little home, A rooms and attic, gas and water;
Chartlers street. i.(fO Corner lot fronting 60
feet on two streets: two 5 room houses, ample
space for 4 more houses; good locality for renting.
Knoll street, $2,800 Large house on lot with
wide frontage on 3 streets; property rented paying
large dividends: a good investment.
Brighton avenue Corner lot; choice business
location; right in midst of actively building dis
trict; foundation ready for building; cheap to
Davis and McClure .avenues Handsome large
Benton avenue 80 choice lots; ground in nice
shape for building purposes and for' comfortable
homes; will advance rapidly above present
prices. 8200 to $500.
Good Investments and desirable properties
throughout Allegheny City and her suburbs.
CHAS. SOMERS A CO., 313 Wood St.
FOR SALE-BY CHARLES SOMERS 4 CO., 313
Hill district A portion of the city in central
portion where property is now relatively lower
than elsewhere, hut promises great advances
within the coming year under the stimulus of new
cable and electric roads and Improved means of
Franklin st 2 good brick houses, with all con
veniences, large lot, 87,500.
Cliff street-Z80o-Nice 6 room and attic brick,
conveniently arranged, well built by owner, good
yard: close to Penn Incline.
Fulton and Crawford streets $3.500 Large lot
fronting each street, S-room house; good street I
ironiage ior auuitionti ouiiuing.
Webster avenne 86,000 Large lot fronting two
streets; two good brick buildings, one with large
storeroom; a desirable and cheap property.
Forbes street J8,00O An extra choice 3-story
pressed brick, brown stone trimmings, large
rooms, wide balls, bath, pantry, Inside closets,
electric bells, etc. : large lot.
Building lots and blocks of lots on all parts of
thehllLincludlng Webster, Wylie, Center, Bedford
and Herron avenues; Vine, Keed, Colwell, Erin.
Davis, Adelaide, Clarissa and Thirty-Third
Improved and unimproved properties In all
parts of the two cities. Call on us.
CHARLES SOMERS & CO.,
sel5-74-Tusu 313 Wood st.
FOR SALE-BY CHARLES SOMERS & CO., 313
East End 89,0C0 Atwood street: a very choice
2-story and mansard press brick, 8 rooms, vesti
bule, attic laundry, all modern appliances for
elegance and comfort. This Is a specially fine
and complete bouse in large lot.
Oakland ave. -J8,50o New.substantialandhand
some, finely but not gaudily finished residence of
6 rooms, attic, pantry, bath and laundry; large
Aiken avenue 85,000 2-story frame, good and
complete; large lot.
Mignonette st 84, 203New handsomely finished,
finely arranged and complete 2-story frame, 8
rooms, attic, bath, laundry, etc.
Grazier St. II, 8002 lots; grapes, fruit trees,
well,2houses,4and5rooms; nice little homes; a)l
Edwin street 85,500 Handsome new honse Just
being completed: every modern appliance and
convenience; good yard, desirable and central
James street p, 250 A very choice little home;
nice lot: all conveniences and comforts.
Fifth avenue. Oakland 835,000 Gilt edge loca
tion, one and one-quarter acres of ground, over
700 feet choice frontage; 3 small bouses. This Is a
fine point for Investment; surroundings are un
Properties improved and unimproved in all sec
tions of the East Ei.d. Callandseeus. CHARLES
SOMERS & CO.. 313 Wood St. sel5-74-Tusu
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOE SALE-A VERY DESIRABLE DRUG
STORE, doing a good business, new and clean
stock, at ten (10) per cent discount from wholesale
prices. B. F. MOLLIN, Fayette City, Pa. seI4-47
FOR SALE-ONE OF THE BEST GENERAL
stores in the country, doing a cash business
of about J100.COO per annum; will sell at Inven
tory, about 112.C00: this Is an opportunity seldom
offered. G BERINGER & SON, 103 Fourth aye.
FOR SALE-THREE IMPORTANT UN
PATENTED inventions; genius in costly
attire; obtains help unasked; who will save dis
coveries by threadbare genius ami thereby obtain
Immense profits and the gratitude of the world
forever; best possible credentials. Address O.
K Dispatch offlce. SC15-37
FORSALE-ONEOFTHE FINEST AND OLD
EST established retail businesses in Pittsburg.
Is located In the heart of the city: stock is new and
not controlled by style; will Inventory about S10,
000. This Is an clcgaut opportunity for a wide
awake man to get into a clean, profitable and
legitimate business. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth
avenue. , )yl4-I4-su
FOR SALE IN THE LIVELIEST TOWN IN
Western Pennsylvania the stock and fixtures
of the New York Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
Goods House, located at 135 Filth avenue. Mc
Keesport. Pa.; can reduce stock to82.0C0; posses
sion given at once.wlth a long lease; this is a rare
chance; no better location in tbe city. Inquire at
135 Fifth avenue, McKeesport. F. b. GLEASON.
1710R SALEFIRST-CLASS RESTAURANTS,
boarding houses, choice cheap grocery stores,
confectioneries, drygoods and notion stores,
furnished house for roomers, very profitable large
bakery and confectionery, cigar stores, bakeries,
feed store, milk depot, shoe stores, drug stoies,
Erlntlng office, good country newspaper office,
utcher shop, and manyother business chances.
F.-ee particulars. SHEFARD &.CO., MFllthave.
FOR SALE-AN INTEREST IN A WHOLE
SALE business located In the heart of the
city; the establishment stands at the head In the
lino of trade reoresented; the firm's business is
now active and profitable, and the outlook is so
promising as to give an almost absolute guarantee
to a purchaser that tbe money he Invests will be
returned In dividends earned during the first
year; we can recommend this; iiooo to 17,000 re
quired. CHARLES SOMERS & CO., 313 Wood tt.
1'OR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-WOOD STREET PROPERTY; LOT
20x90, with warehouse on it. at less than value
to settle np an cute. C. H. LOVE, No. 93 Fourth
FOR SALE-TWO-STORY BRICK STORE AND
dwelling on Frankstown avenue. East End.
near East Liberty station: a good business loca
tion for sale low: by order of the executor and
guardian of the estate. C. H. LOVE. 93 Fourth
FOR SALE-OVER TWO ACRES OF LEVEL
land, with good frame bouse of 5 rooms, stable
and blacksmith shop: situate on a good public
road 3 miles from Freeport. West' Penn R. K. :
price only300. G BEKINGEK ft SON. 103
Fourth ave. seli-IS
FOR SALE-A GOOD BUSINESS PROPERTY,
house 7 rooms and storeroom: street paved
and sewered; only S minutes from East Liberty
station; price only KS0O; this is a decided
bargain. See KELLY & ROGERS, No. 6315
Station street. sel5-W
FOR SALE A LIBERTY STREET PROPERTY ;
large lot with alley In the rear: a very de
sirable location for produce commission bouse;
will sell at less than market valne, and on easy
Sayments and low rate of interest. C. H. LOVE,'
o. S3 Fourth ave. Be 14-1 J
FOR SALEA PROMINENT CORNER PHOP
ERTY on Wylie ave. for less than value: It
belongs to some heirs, and they want to sell and
divide the proceeds among the heirs; will sell If
sold qulckmt considerable under its assessed value.
C. H. LOVE, No. S3 Fourth ave. sel4-13
FOR SALE-SEVERAL PIECES OJf PROP
ERTY on Fourth ave. : also a number of
pieces on Penn ave., Smlthfleld st. and other
good streets: will take pleasure In giving full par
ticulars and showing surveys to parties desiring
to purchase. W. C. STEWART, lit Fourth aye.
FOR SALE PROMINENT CORNER PROP
ERTY on Wylie avenue; large lot and good
building at less than value to settle np an estate:
we will sell for less than the city valuation, which
is a low one and much less than the prooerty is
worth. ir applied for at once. C. H. LOVE. 93
Fourth avenue. sell-19-WTSSu
T7IOR SALE-GOOD BRICK HOTEL BUILDING
JU In excellent location for business and con
venient to the city: the building contains oyer SO
rooms and is on a large lot, having a good tran
sient trade and a number of regular people; re
ceipts at bar alone about Stoo per day: good reasons
for s-lllng: price low. CHAS. SOMERS CO.,
313 Wood st. eli-75-TSu
FOR SALE-A MANUFACTURING SITE IK
the First ward, containing over 5,000 square
feet, will sell low and on easy terms, if desired.
C. H. LOVE, No. S3 Fourth ave. seI4-13
FOR SALE LARGE LOT IN FIRST WARD,
containing about 5.0CO square feet: well
suited lor a manufacturing plant or for warehouse
Purposes: terms very easy If desired. C. H.
OVE. 93Fonrth avenue. sell-46-WTSu
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, etc
FOR SALE A GOOD LEATHER-TCP ROAD
buggy and set of harness; price ISO. Ad
dress HARNESS, Dispatch office. sel5-53
FOR SALE-FAMILY HORSE AND SECOND
HAND baroncbe. In good condition: will be
sold separately if desired. Can beseenatTHOS.
S. O'NElL &. CO.'S, 5821-5825 Penn aye. se 15-19
FOR SALE-HORSES AND MULES IN TEAMS
or single: harnts.s wagons and carts; also
large lot quarry tools; one top road cart, almost
new, Spronl make. At 6011 BRO.al ST., East
End. Selling outto quit business.
FOR BALE ONE NEW DOCTOR'S BUGGY
and one second-hand Brewster side bar;
also, six road carts Just from the factory which
we will close out at 116: will sell buggies very
cheap. BENNETT& FLOCKER. cor. Kirkpat
rlck and West End ave,, Allegheny, Pa. el5-I7
Machinery and Metal.
FOE SALE ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
and refitted: repalrlngp-omptly attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY ANDMACHlNECO.,LIM..
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulo-29
FOR SALE-THREE PIANOS-AN UPRIGHT,
dickering and Blume. good as new: cheap
Call at HYDE'S, 1211 Penn avenue.
FOR SALE-3 PIANOS, S OBGANS. 3 PRINT
ING presses and lot type. 2 water motors,
3 10-horse power turbine water wheels, large as
sortment furniture and 2 cows, by JAMES L.
ORR. 140 Fifth ave.. Pittsburg. selS-126-
PERSONAL-BOOKS! BOOKSI BOOKS!
New and old, ancient and niouern. standard
and rare. legal, medical and scientific 30, 000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 900
Liberty st. au3-98
PERSONAL-PRECIOUS TESTIMONY I-FOK
young men, middle-aged, old men and
women. The Rev. W. Mclrion Davies writes in
theY'Wasg: !, i5 a great pity
that all who sutler from diseases of the blood,
stomach, lungs, liver, spine, kidneys and nerves
would not go to Dr. Griffith and receive the divine
blessing (health) by the nse of bis most wonderful
remedies. theTa-va-zon." His office and labora
tory is at 301. 303, 305. 3C7 GRANT STREET, cor
ner Third avenue, Pittsburg, Ps. Call or send
stamp for his Ta-va-zon Herald of Health.
-TJERSONAL-SUPEHFLUOUS HAUtON THE
JL remaie lace oestroyea rorever, without pain,
scar, shock or trace or injury bv the Electric
Needle Operation by Dr. J. VAN DYCK, Electro
Surgeon, 40 N. Eleventh St., Philadelphia. Re
member, ladles, this is a purely scientific opera
tion, and Is indorsed by all physicians and
surgeons of eminence as being the only method
in the world bv which hair can be destroyed for
ever. Remember that tbe use of . depilatories,
pastes, plasters, tbe tweezers, scissors and razor
all make these hairs grow harsher, coarser,
darker and more numerous. Note Dr.
Van Dyck is called to Pittsburg to treat
several society ladies. Will be at the AL
BEMARLE HOTEL. Pittsburg, from Saturday,
Sept. 21. to Thursday. Sept. 28, and during this
visit can treat a number of new patients. Never
fails. Bool. free. sel5-I
LOST-DOG-PUG BITCH-LAST SUNDAY
afternoon. Please return to 153 FLAVEL
ST., East End. sel5-42
LOST-ON FRIDAY, BLANK BOOK CON
TAINING check for (60 in name of under
signed. Finder will be rewarded by returning
same to MRS. JENNIE MEKRIMAN, 43 Monterev
sL. Alltgheny City. sel5-55
LOST-HAVE YOU SEEN THEM? VOLTAIC
diamonds; the best imitation of thegennlne
diamonds ever discovered; set in rings, pins,
studs, eardrops, bracelets etc ; brilliancy guar
anteed. B. E. ARONS, Jeweler, Sole Agent. 63
Fifth ave. sel5-139
LOST AT M'KEESPORT. ON FRIDAY,
Sept. 13." 1839, certificate of deposit No. 1260,
Issued bv tbe Anchor Savings Bank, In the snm of
$3,190 18,' payable to Conrad Auth: payment on
the certificate having been stopped, it Is of no use
to the holder, and anyone returning the same to
GEO. W. KAN KIN. No. 148 Fifth ave.. Pitts
burg, will be liberally rewarded and no questions
LOST - OR STOLEN - A REGISTERED
beadle bitch, described as follows: White, flea
bitten, aged 6 months. 14 Inches high, large black
spot on back running down on her hips, also alack
spot on back extending on the root of her tall;
body flea bitten with small black spots: feet with
small tan spots; head and ears tan. wltb black
stripes running back of ears. Liberal reward will
be paid for her return or for information as to her
whereabouts by G. C. L1GHTCAP, Morgan House,
Allegheny. Pa. sel5-ll2
STRAYED-OR STOLEN-FROM THE UNDER
SIGNED, dark brown Irish setter dog; an
swers to the name of frank: no questions asked
and liberal rewaid given If left at 214 Meyran ave.
K. F. SMYTH. selS-153
ADMINISTRATOR'S AUCTION SALE OF
the entire stock of a manufacturer and
jobber in furniture. Will be sold without re
serve to the bichest bidder, at the rooms. 311
Market st. TUESDAY MORNING, Septem
ber 17, at 10 o'clock, sharp.
Thirteen fine chamber snlts in oak and wal
nut; 16 handsome parlor suits, made for their
own trade and upholstered in the best styles
and coverings, these are In English rugs and
French tanestry and plushes, easy chairs and
rockers, fine tables, mirror-door wardroDes,
sideboards, leather chairs, fine leather couch,
cabinets, bookcases, lounges, chiffoniers;
also bureaus, bedsteads, washstands and cribs;
all ot which were manufactured by tbem for
their own trade, and mnst be sold to settle ac
counts. The goods are now in our store and
are now on exhibition.
This is your opportunity if you want to buy
furniture of any kind. It will pay to attend this
sale, as the goods will go to the highest bidder
without anv regard to cost. HENRY AUC
TION CO., 311 Market St. selo-lllfl
ADMINISTRATORS AUCTION SALE
Of Fine Parlor andJChamber Suits, JJin
inc Room and Library Furniture, Cart Har
ness, eta, at the late residence of Chas. L. Cald
well, deceased, 73 Lincoln avenue, Allegheny.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 18, at W
The furnisbment embrace handsome Turk
ish Parlor Suit in Tapestry, Portiere, Curtains,
Couches, Pictures, Bric-a-brac. Rockers, Wal
nut Bookcases, Cabinet Desk, flue lame Hall
Rack, Rugs, Toilet Ware. Bedsteads. Bureaus,
Washstands, Center Tables, Hair Mattresses,
Feather Beds, Springs, Hoover Bed-Lounge,
Chiffoniers, Brussels and Velvet Carpets on
rooms, halls and stairs; Sideboard. Leather
Chairs, Refrigerator, Pillar Extension Table,
Dishes and Glassware, Laundry articles,
Kitchen goods, etc., etc.
Sale positive, by order of the FidelityTitle
and Trust Company, Administrators. House
open after 8 o'clock morning of sale.
HENRY AUCTION CO.. LIM.,
THE AIR BRAKE ,
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
oi Allegheny is conducted on tbe best and
latest improved methods, and offers first-class
inducements to subscribers. Full information
will be given and subscriptions to its stock
received at the store of
sellVU-TTSa S9 Federal at, Allegheny;
mo LET-S-KOOM DWZMJHQ.NO. X FHBsrT
st.. all modern lmnroveHiests.
OPPENHE1MEK, 713 Liberty
TO LET-S NEWBBICKHOUS1S. NATCHBK
t., Mt. Washington. S rooms, hall. at.
water, gas, etc. V. BEHEN t SON, till Pesm
TO LET FOKTY-FIFTH BI.-A OOW
brick corner business stand, containing tea
sioreroom9 dwelling rooms. naiJ. etc.; coaatov
land shelving complete: good opening fora grocer?
or batcher; rent very low. L. O. FRAZIHK,
Forty-fifth and Butler tta.. seg-77-Tias
East End Kesidrnees.
0 LET-FRAME HOUSE, S BOOMS. J0SH9
oncEnouse. a rooms, oweeaey's aey.
D. BEHEN & SON, 4112 Penn ave-
TO EET-TWO MODERN BKICK. DWELL
INGS. In Second ward, one of 9 rooms, outer
8 rooms: rent R7 60 and Mi 64 respectively.
STRAUB MORRIS, corner Wood it. and TbtrA
TO LET-2-STORY BKICK HOUSE. W1TK
mansard roof, containing 9 rooms, ball, largo
attlo, bathroom, etc.: yard back and front: all la
best condition; particulars st premises. TFKt
MONT ST., Allegheny. seU-2B
rpo LET-ELEGANTLY FURNISHED HOUSB
JL at Edgeworth, P Ft- W. O. K. W.: S
rooms, finished attic, w. c bathroom, both kinds
of gas: will be rsnted to responsible person from
October 1. 1S89, to April L 180. Address L. B. X..
Leader office. sell-6
TJ LET-VERY NICK FIVE ROOM HOUSE
at Clifton Station, Fort Wayne rosd: grained
and papered throughout: bay window In parlor:
hall, pantry, well; s nice small family wUIiet this
at ll&J a year. A. LEGGATE A, SON; S FederU
St.. Allegheny. sel4-M
rTIO LET-LARGE, HANDSOMELY FURNISH- .
JL Ed front room In new house, every conveni
enre, near poatofflce. suitable for gentleman and
wife or tiro gentlemen. No. 97 SEVENTH AYE.
TO LET-IN HOUSE FACING PARK. THREE
minutes' walk from Ft. Wayne depot, room,
suitable for one or two gentlemen; both gases and
use of bath. Address PRIVATE FAMILY. Dis
patch office. ieI5-J .
TOLET-39SMlTHFrELDST., WITH IMME
DIATE possession. C. H. LOVE, 98 Fourth;
TO LET-LARGE BaKESHOP, FORMERLY
cracker works. D. BEHEN SON. 4112
mo LET-NO. 639 SMITHFIELD ST.. STOKE
JL and dwelling, with immediate possession
C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue-
TO LET-BOOJI ON THIRD FLOOKWITIZ
power, water sndgss. suitable for light man
D. BKHEN A SON. 411! Penn ave.
Offices, Desk Room, etc
TO LET-OFFICES OB SUITS OF BOOMS;
or 2 rooms at 41 Federal St.; 6 or 3 rooms at
61 Sandusky street, by JAMES L. ORB, 140 Firth,
ave., Pittsburg. sel5-12B
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two of tho
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be found In the,
city; rent, poo and (300 per annum, including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam heating.
Apply between 10 A. x. and IP. jr., or between
8 and 4 T. M. lvt-67
ST. GEORGE'S HALL FOR BOYS AND
young; men, St. Qeorce's, Md., near Balti
more, Prof. J. C. Klnear, A. iL, Principal. Col
lege or business. Unsurpassed in advantages,
comfon and situation. EXO to 275 a year.
JN NAZARETH HALL.
Moravian Boarding School for Boys at Naza
reth, Fa. Founded 1785. Reopens Heptembet
HOLT GHOST COLLEGE
FIRST MONDAY OF OCTOBER.
TWO CHOICE SCHOOLS
SHORTLIDGE MEDIA ACADEMT fox
jonntfmen and boys only,
, BROOKE H A TJi for ciris and young ladies
Address S WITHIN C. SHORTLIDGE. A. if.
(Harvard evadnate). Media, Pa., or call on E.
WALKER. Monongabela, House, for full in
formation FRxilAY, (10A. 31. to 4P.lt.) this
MT. 8T. ALOY8IU8,
The scholastic year of the Mountain Acad
emy, under the direction of tbe Sisters of w '
Mercy will commence its fall term September.--2.
Tuition for five months. Including French;
and music, SIOO. Loretto is famed as a health
resort, and like Cresson, is a sanitarium of
unquestionable excellence. The reputation of
the Sisters of Mercy as instructors is world
wide. For particulars address the Directress
of the Academy. an22-95-sn
LENHART COTTAGE, '
CHAUTAUQUA LAKE, N. Y.
The Lenhart Cottage is situated a minute's
walk from boat landing and postoffice. Itbas
a nicely-shaded beach and lawn, which are)
always cool and refreshing. We have a beau
tiful view of tbe lake from aU the rooms in the
bouse. Tbe rates for rooms and board are rea
sonable. For particulars address the proprie
tor. 1. 1. LENHART, Bemus Point, Chant. Co.
N. Y. auil-21-su
An Army of Renters Seeking Homes
and Business Houses at
The East Pittsburg Improvement Company
has invested large sums of money in laying out
the town of
And in furnishing it with the most complete
and extensive system of public Improvements
in Allegheny county, outside the cities. Includ
ing sidewalks, sewers, water, natural gas and
electric lights, and it now takes pleasure in
calling the attention of wide-awake builders
and investors to the opportunity afforded them,
by tbe great and growing demand for resi
dences and business houses at Wilmerding.
This demand comes especially from young and
enterprising men and firms who have not suffi
cient capital to both build and stock large
stores, but who are able and willing to pay a
handsome rent for adequate facilities, or pur
chase buildings outright on long time. Many
houses are now in course of construction, but
not enough to fill 10 per cent of the require
ments. Information as to the kind and size of houses
in greatest demand cheerfully furnished by
the company, and special prices given on lota
soldi or immediate improvement.
For further particulars call on or address
East Pittsburg Improvement Co,
CAUTION TO THE POLICYHOLDERS
in tbe Metropolitan Life Insurance Com
pany D. H. Mapes has been dismissed from
our service, and you are hereby notified that
we will not be responsible for any monies paid,
to him after this date.
E. PR1TCHARD, Superintendent.
Twelfth and Carson streets, Southside,
AGENCY OF J. H. STEVEN
SON, att'y at law, iiw jnxta
ave., Pittsburg, and branch at
Washington. D. C. Conduct all
kinds of patent, trade mark label and copy
right business at borne or abroad. Established
1S70. Can be consulted at home, 43 Race st,
Allegheny, in evening. Cut this out..
TO EUROPE WE SELL TICKETS FOR
the leading lines, secure berths and pass
ports. Issue drafts, letters of credit and money
orders, and sell foreign coin at N. Y. rates.
MAX SCHAMBERG fe CO., 527 Smilhfleld st,
VEGETABLE AND POULTRYSTAND
supplies all the city hotels: housewives will
find it to their advantage to deal with him.
Telephone U. 123 DIAMOND MARKET,
Furnishes Music for Concerts, "Weddings.
Receptions, etc., etc.
Also Lessons on Flute and Piano,' ;
sel5-l-su m WOOD ST,
A CAPITAL OPPORTUNITY