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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1889..
FIGTJKIM THE VOTE.
Eepublican State Chairman Conger
Says Foraker Will Win.
THUEMAU OPPOSED TO CAMPBELL
lie Denies That Ho Was in Pittsburg
After Campaign Boodle.
CHICAGO IS FATOEED FOE THE FAIR
Coionel A. L. Conger, of Akron, has
teen a guest at the Jlonongahela House for
a few days. He has been consorting mys
teriously with Pittsburg politicians and
moneyed men who desire to see Governor
Foraker "get there." Colonel Conger
figures in the bitter Ohio fight as Chairman
of the State Bepublican Executive Commit
tee, and is also Ohio's member of the Na
tional Republican Committee. He was
joined by his wile yesterday, and left for
Washington on the limited last evening.
Colonel Conger is a veteran politician, and
his views of the Ohio situation will prove of
general interest. Prior to his departure for
the Masonic Mecca he said to a DISPATCH
"There is not the slightest doubt in my
mind as to how the Ohio Gubernatorial con
test will end. Foraker will be elected and
by a large majority. I am the more certain
of the result for the reason that Campbell is
on the ticket against Foraker. I shall
be very curious to know how Campbell will
excuse his connection with the 'ballot-box
stuffing' episode of some years back, when
dealing with the politics of his party, as he
must during the campaign. His principal
supporters are among those who were con.
cerned with him at the time I allude to, and
with their support alone he has not the
smallest chance. The only hope for the
Democrats is in his withdrawing his name
from the ticket, for the higher-toned and
more respectable members of the party (as,
for example, theThurmanites) are altogether
antagonistic to him. This means a split in
the ranks of onr opponents, of which we
shall, ot course, take every advantage.
"With regard to the fight for the Legislature,
everything looks very encouraging. "We
expect to win all along the line; we are
entirely united, and look to the result with
the greatest confidence.
BIG GUNS TO OEATE.
"Senator Sherman, Butterworth, Mc
Kinley and half a dozen more strong
speakers win enter tne right very shortly,
and they may be depended upon to prove
equal to the emergency."
"Has your visit here anything to do with
the acquisition of funds for the furtherance
of the campaign?"
"No, I am here to look after business
matters; to close some deals for my metal
interests. I know that Pittsburgers take a
great interest in Ohio political affairs, and
of course, if any funds were handed in for
the purpose of the campaign, we should not
reiusjLthem. 1 am not aware, however,
that fljk- suggestions of this kind have been
madeo party managers here. If so I
should probably have heard of it, aid I am
without information on that point You
must not suppose that the campaign will be
one of money. It may be a close campaign,
but the fight will be won on its merits, and
although money is required for necessary
expenditure, such as in the distribution of
documents, of which we are sending out
very large quantities, the question of boodle
will not enter into it
FULLY INFOESIED UPOS ISSUES.
"We are taking care that the people shall
be rightly informed upon questions of the
day, and with a proper representation of
facts before them we nave no fear for the
Mr. Conger had a word to say regarding
the locality ot the World's Fair. He favors
Chicogo, and in this connection said:
"The question of its site, as you know,
will be decided by Congress. While repre
sentatives from the Eastern States and
Philadelphia may favor New York, mem
bers from Pittsburg and the Western States
will cast their vote in favor of Chicago. For
every reason that city should have the fair.
The people have the money and the requisite
push to carry through such an undertaking,
tor an undertaking of large size it will be;
they have the space, accommodations and
railroad facilities, and are well situated.
Visitors from across the water will be af
forded an opportnnity of seeing the country,
and there is the probability of their making
the return tour through the Southern States,
whose Representatives in Congress will no
doubt be influenced by the possible increase
in trade and traffic, and opening up of their
country, to vote lor Chicago. I think that
city will have the big show, and I hone so."
Speaking of the steel trade, Mr. Conger
sain mat prices wouia, ne inougnt, take an
npward tendency. The outlook for trade
was particularly good, and he feared that
anyone who had not closed contracts by this
would be badly left.
It Is very important tn this age of vast ma
terial progress that a remedy be pleasing to the
taste and to the eye, easily taken, acceptable
to the stomach and healthy In its nature and
effects. Possessing these qualities. Syrup of
Figs is the one perfect laxative and most gentle
Heitbt Tebheydej,-, at the old estab
lished jewelry house. No. 530 Smithfield st,
is now opening for the fall trade a fine se
lection of goods, consisting iu part of Mexi
can onyx tables at $20, f22, 24, $26, S30,
?35, ?40, $50, 560. ' ' '
Onyx clocks, beautiful and accurate time
keepers, from ?25to $60. Bronze figures,
royal copper vases, tiiano lamps, the latest
designs, very handsome. Bronze vases,
bisque and royal Worcester; also, a choice
stock of diamonds, watches and jewelry.
The goods cannot be excelled, and he
cannot be undersold. aivrsn
The Pennsylvania Lines Will Sell Cheap
On October 8, 1889. the Pennsylvania
lines west of Pittsburg will sell excursion
tickets, at one fare lor the round trip, to
principal points in the Northwest, West,
Southwest and South, good returning 30
days from date of sale. For full information
apply to Samuel Moody, D. P. A., 1127
The Black Silk We Have the Bargain
Waiting for you to see be sure to come for
them. JOS. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
In high prices. The finest productions of
the best known factories of Europe at ridicu
lously low prices; call and be convinced of
the truth of this assertion at the china
store of W. P. Greer, C22 Penn avenue.
. ' C A. Smiley & Co.'s Special Stylei
In gentlemen's hats are a great success. Call
and see them. C. A. Smiley & Co.,
' B 28 Fifth avenue.
Monday, October 7.
Silk remnants below cost
Silk remnants below cost
Black silk remnants below cost
Colored silk remnants below cost
Enable & Shustee, 35 Fifth ave.
PmsBUBG Beef Co., wholesale agents
for Swift's Dressed Beef, sold during the
week ending October 5, 150 carcasses, aver
age weight per carcass 611 pounds; average
price per pound, 5.53c.
32, $2 SB and S3 Hats in All
The latest shapes at C A. Smiley & Co.'s.
Don't miss this great opportunity of buy
ing fine goods far Below the priceorcommon
goods at the great closing ont sale at 612
Special Nervous DIiemc.
How little the average man knows and
appreciates the snfferine entailed on woman.
She may look the picture of health, fine
complexion and in full flesh. In no dis
ease, uncomplicated, are appearances so de
ceptive ana it is for this reason her suffer
ings are underrated. It is eminently a de
ceptive disease. The chief agent of this de
ception is the great sympathetic nerve.
Pains, as a rule, are felt at the extremity or
nerve terminations. The result is burning
on back and top of the head, soreness, a
feeling of weight or pressure, and throb
bing; a sensation as though the back would
break in two; dragging sensations on stand
ing or exertion; pain over heart; palpita
tions; limbs feel like lead, and at times pain
in the knee and instep; flushing, easily
startled, and most excessively nervous;
sinking or f"lling away called fainting
spells and finally, in aggravated cases,
confined to bed, and in other eases
sleeplessness. Thousands of women are con
stantly being treated for neuralgia, nervous
prostration, spinal disease and paralysis,
vainly, because the true seat of the trouble
has been overlooked.
Few women suffer from these troubles but
that experience one or more of the above
sensations. In appearance then such a case
may be the picture of health, bnt in extent
of suffering, language could not depict it
too strongly, is such a disease common i
said in a former Dispatch article that 20
per cent of adults suffer from dyspepsia. In
this plague to the sex three-fourths are
doomed to its tortures. It is alarmingly
common. Imagine then the amount of suf
fering entailed on women.
This treatment is not only mild and most
effective, but a point of equal importance it
can be conducted as effectively by letter as
in town. In other words, ladies can treat
themselves. Dr. Moore has given this sub
ject special attention for about 14 years.
Female- Weakness, Itesaltlnc In Ncrvoai
Prostration, Trented 11 Ycnra Ago.
Good Intent, Washington Co., Pa.
Dr. S. G. Moore, 54 Arch it, Allegheny, 1'a.i
Kind Sik Eleven years ago I was so
run down and prostrated by this disease,
and having failed to obtain relief Irom some
of the best doctors in this Co., I determined
to consult you, having heard that you con
fined yourself exclusively to the treatment
of nervous and chronic diseases. In 1878,
11 years ago, as you will see by your case
book, I applied to you, being at that time
most thoroughly discouraged mentally and
prostrated bodily. What can I say strong
enough to express my gratitude as to the re
sults? I followed your treatment nine
months and obtained what I reared I never
should regain health. It is only after the
loss of it that one most fully appreciates
health it is truly beyond price. It is now
over 10 years since your treatment, and I
have had no return ot that dreaded disease
that so completely prostrated me. Dr. S.
G. Moore has my heartfelt thanks and best
wishes for his future success.
JIes. Sophia Stout.
Dr. S. U. Moore, M Arch st, Allegheny, Pa.:
Deab Sik Five years ago I consulted
you for the above ailments, from which I
had been a great sufferer for over fonr years.
Your treatment in mv case has been verv
successful. That distressing aching and
pain in my side, the weak spells and ex
hausted feelings have left me and I may
truthfully add that I have not felt so well
for years. I can heartily recommend Dr.
Moore, not only as being skillful in his spe
cialty, chronic" diseases, but also as a kind
Christian gentleman, and one worthy the
confidence ot the afflicted.
Mrs. Maet A. Shiga,
219 Liberty st, New CaBtle, Pa.
The Far Business of This City
Has grown 'wonderfully of late years and
with this increase the honse of C. A. Smiley
& Co. has kept well in advance. The pres
ent season finds them busier than ever and
their factory well filled with orders.
A department is given over entirely to the
repairing and refreshing of seal garments,
and the successful manner in which it is
done is talked about among ladies having
work of the kind. There are no misfits, and
complaints about the work are never heard.
A sacque made over is sure to bring others
and to this they attribute their great success.
FOB NEW SEAL GARMENTS.
They have said so much about the impos
bility of buying made-up goods that here
only a word is needed.
STOCK S ACQTJES WON 'l FIT,
as expensive articles like these ought to,
and a garment made to order at this house
is sure to, and the cost is likely to be a little
LADIES, ASK YOUE FRIENDS
about this fur establishment and you will go
no other place to have your furs repaired or
made over, and it you want a new sacque or
wrap to get perfect fitting and positive sat
isfaction try no other.
C. A. Smiley & Co.,
Hatters and Furriers,
S 28 Fifth avenue.
Everett Piano Clnb.
The piano this week will be delivered to
certificate No. 140 held by "Wm. E. Hunt,
20 Mulberry st, Allegheny, on payments of
(100 per week. Just think of it We are
giving our club members a magnificent up
right grand piano on these payments, and
at the same time are saving them $75 00 in
the price. It is not possible to sell this
piano on any other plan less than $425 00;
our members pay only $350 00. The club
is not yet fall; we commenced delivering
pianos before we promised in order to con
vince the public that wc mean business, and
are now sending out pianos every day. Do
not wait longer, but send your application
for membership at once. Onr plan provides
for the immediate delivery of pianos to
members who pay cash, or $25 cash and $10
monthly. "We want all expert judges to
call and see the piano. Circulars tree.
Alex. Boss, Manager,
Mwsu 137 Federal st, Allegheny.
Royal Kersey Overcoats.
For to-day we will offer the imported
Royal Kersey overcoats, medium weight,
silt-faced Italian lining and satin sleeve
linings, sixes from 33 to 48 breast measure;
regulars, stouts, fats and extra sizes for
?13. We positively guarantee this coat
sells at other stores for $25. Our price for
to-day is $13. When you enter our store
ask for the $13 overcoat. P. C. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. new
The Black Silks We Have the Bargains
Waiting for you to see be,ure to come for
them. Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
In this morning, in black, gray, brown,
blue, green, tan, mode. Also in fancy
stripes, from $5 to $13 50.
Campbell & Dick, Fifth avenue.
Stetson's Renowned Hats
Always to be had at C. A. Smiley & Co.'.
Cheap Photographs Must Go
Because of the fine work made at Aufrecht's
Elite Gallery, 516 Market street, Pittsburg,
at lowest prices.
C A. Smiley & Co.'s Special Styles
In gentlemen's hats area great success. Call
and see them. C. A. Smiley & Co.,
D 28 Fifth avenue.
See bargains at our store.
Arable & Shustee, 35 Fifth ave.
Feattenheim & Vilsack's Iron City
beer grows in favor every day. 'Phone 1186.
A E. unkenheimerj
.M5 Smithfield street Pittsburg, Pa. Frelholts
.Prettnd EulldlnE. second floor. mh24-S0-itwr J
WDfjptaj advertisements one dollar per
square Tor one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on Vits page such at Wanted, lor Sale,
To Let, efe, ten cents per line for each inter
lion, and none taken or lett than fifty tents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of tha
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisement! are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts within DIS
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, S5o9 Bntler street
EMIL G. STUCKEY, 24th street and Penn are.
E. G. STUCKEY A CO., Wylle ave. and Fnltonst
N. bTOKELY. Filth Avenue Market House.
J. TV. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER &SHEIBLER,SthaT. ftAlwoodst
JACOB SPOHN. No. 2 Carson street.
H. A.. DONALDbON. 1J07 Carson street
A. J. KAEBCHER, 59 Federal street
H. J. McBRIDE, Market Uon-e, Allegheny.
FBKD H. EGGEK3. 2 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. bTEVEKSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwlnaves.
G. W. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PESKY M. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny ayes.
W. W. FLOCK.EB, Stationer. M). 4 Grant aye.
WANTEO-A GOOD BARBER. APPLY 2803
PENN AVE. OC7-13
WAhTED-40 LABORFRS. CORNER WYLIE
ANDTDNNEL STREET. 0C7-12
WANTED-STONECUTTEKS AND LABOR
ERS at Smithfield street bridge. J. FRI
TTANTED-I GOOD BUTCHERS IMMEDI
VV AT ELY at No. 850 Main St., Braddock.
JOSEPH L. EBNER. OcS-18
WANTED-A TINNER-STEADY WORK TO
the right man. by THEODORE HAERTEL,
893 Beaver avenue, Allegheny. oc7-H
WANTKD-r3 FIRST-CLAbS ENTERPRISING
real estate salesmen; liberal commission.
ALLES & BAILEY, 1H Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
WANTED-10 OR 12 UNION PLASTERERS.
Apply at KEYSTONE LAND CO.'S
HOUSES, on Charles St., Allegheny, near Pleas
ant Valley stables. oc7-8
WANTED-20 STONE MASONS AND STONE
cutters. Apply at COR. WESTERN AVE.
and FULTON 8T..orPlTT3BUEULOCOMOrlVE
WORKS, Allegheny. ocS-39
WANTED COACHMAN, SINGLE MAN;
must come weU recommended and roaice
himself generally useful. Apply at 52 'WASH
INGTON ST., Allegheny. oc6-19
TTTANTED-A LIVE BUSINESS MAN TO
YV take charge of and manage the selling of a
manufactured article In or out of Pittsburg. No.
118 KIR3T AVE., third Boor. oc7-15
-rrr anted salesman fob- teal's
YV burglar-prooradJnstabledooKlock; sells at
sight: large profits; apply after 9 A. u. AMER
ICAN TRUST CO., 5M and H Smithfield st
WANTED-GENTLEMEN WHO DESIRE A
wife or a lively correspondent to send their
address and stamp to THE AMERICAN CORRE
SPONDING CLUB, BoxWJ, Clarksburg, W. Ya.
ANTED-25 CASH BOY8; MUST BE
brleht. Intelligent wide awake and over
is years oi age:
wages ft week. Apply Monday,
7:30 A. M,
HVBJH& & i;u.. .renn ave.
WANTED-A MAN OK ENERGY LOCATED
outside Urge cities, to represent an old
established honse In his State: salarv about 875 per
month: references. MANUFACTURER. Lock
Box 1810, N. Y. OC7-4S-K
WANTED-20 LABORERS FOR FACTORY,
50 laborers for pipeline, 100 railroad la
borers, 10 wood choppers for Mississippi free
fare: stone masons, stone cutters, coal miners,
rarm and gardeners. In 640 Grant street. AUG.
P. GEISLLR, General Agent oc7-24
-TTrANTKD-SA,:'ESMEN AT I75 ER MONTH
YY salarrand expenses, to sell a line of silver
plated ware, watches, etc: by sample only; horse
and team furnished free; write at once for full
art!culars and sample case of goods free. STAN
ARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass.
-TT7-ANTED-23 GIRLS AT ONCE AT GAR
W NIEK'S DRESSMAKING AND CUTTING
SCHOOL, 31 Church avenue, Allegheny: we
agree to teach the trade In three months, and
then give each scholar a position at wages:
scholars can do their family dressmaking while
learning, free. Cutting and fitting taught at re
duced rates next week only. oc6-150
Male and Female flelo.
WANTED-50 MALE AND FEMALE AMA
TEUR dramatic and specialty nerformers.
Call at WONDERLAND MUSEUM, 27 Sixth St.
ANTED -PANTRY MAN, YARD MAN,
boy 16 to 18 rears, coachman, hotel cook.
dishwasher, 3 dlnlngroom girls, cook and cham
bermaid, 100 house girls. MEEHAN'S, 545 Grant
WANTED-KRENCH NURSE TO TAKE
charge of two children, cooks, dining room
girls, chambermaids, nurses, 100 Louseglrls, Ger
man and colored girls, farm hands, drivers, man
for dairy. MRS. K. THOMPSON, 608 Grant st
WANTED-A SITUATION AS WET NURSE.
Inquire of MRS. JAMES SULLIVAN, No.
84 Pike st OC7-29
WANTED-S1TUATION BY FIRST-CLASS
D. E. bookkeeper with exccUent references.
SHEPARD & CO., 54 Fifth aTe. 0C5-S7
WANTED-SITUATION BY A FIRST-CLASS
gardener and florist: single man; under
stands care of horses and cattle. Address G. W.,
Dispatch office. oG-39
WANTEO-POSITION FOR FIRST-CLASS
female cook In country town: we also want
a first-class cook In city, 2 chambermaids and 20
house girls. KIRK, 67 East Diamond, Allegheny.
-TfTANTED A SITUATION AS A FIRST
YV CLASS stationary engineer, and has bad
experience In electric light plants and heating ap
paratus: a good reference given. Address EN
GINEER, Dispatch office. oc7-U
Booms, Houses. Etc
WANTED-FURNISHED ROOM, WITH OH
without board, not far from Fifth avpnnn
and Liberty street Adderess F. M. G., Dispatch
WANTED-ROOM-BY A SINGLE GENTLE
MAN in Allegheny, wltbln five minutes'
walk of Stockton and Federal streets: private
family preferred. Address stating terms, W. H.
P., Dispatch office ocs-14
WANTED-MORTGAGE3 ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over M.000; 4W per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER A CO., 82 Fourth avenue.
WANTED-MORTGAGES. IN LARGE OR
small amounts, on city or suburban prop-
at lowest rates. Alexander SLHi, 213
WANTED-MOBTGAGiaS-ll.OOa, 000 TO LOAN
In larre and Email amounts at 4k. o and 6
per cent free of State tax; no delay. REED B.
COYLEft CO., 131 Fourth ave.
-TTTANTED-TEMPORAHY LOAN S300; 8U
YY burban real estate security; regular Inter
est and bonus; principals only: no agents. DAL
TON, 34 Church ave., Allegheny City. 0C6-149
ANTED-TO LOAN 6350,000 ON MORT
GAGES in amounts to snlt In city or coun
try, at 4 to 6 per cent, as to security; no delay
IA11UL Y. tJja,un. a wu,, w xourtn ave.
TiTANTED-TO LOAN 1500,03a IN AMOUNTS
YV of S3, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on Hi per cent free or tax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent BLACK & BAIRD,
85 1 ourth avenue. sca-d26-D
TIT ANTED MORTG AGES-p, 000, 000TO LOAN
YY on city and suburban properties at 4K, 6and
C per cent and on larms in Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 6 per cent 1. M. PENNOCK A
bON, 105 Fourth avenne. ap7-f41
W ANTED-TO CORRESPOND WITH EAST
ERN party of some means and large exper
ience In negotiating coal lands; no better prop-
ertles have ever been offered.
Aauress r. j.
BOX 390, Kansas City, mo.
TTTANTKD-TO 1.0AN 1200.000 ON MORT.
YY GAGES; POO and npward at 6 per cent;
(500,000 at H per cent on residences or business
propeny; aiso iu bujuiuiuk
FRENCH, 125 Fourth avenne.
.Iso in adjoining counties. S. H.
WANTED-PERSONS IX) KNOW THAT BY
agreeing to pay II per week you can get
possession of fine gold or silver watches, clocks,
jewelry, diamonds, sliver ware, etc J. M1TBCH,
130 Federal st, Allegheny, Pa. sel2-jrwrsu
WANTED-THE PEOPLE TO KaOWTHAT
YKAGER CO..70 Federal st , Allegheny,
will make cabinets of anybody during this month
for 75c per dor.; bring the little ones; don't miss;
No. 70 Federal st. These cabinets will not fade.
ANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGKAFHEB, 86 Fifth avenne, Pittsburg,
and Federal street Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at 1 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: instan
taneous process. mhl3-G3
-fTTANTED-CONTKACTORS IN BRICKWORK
YV "anting bricklayers and journeymen brick
layers wanting work can have their wants regis
tered free of charge at the headgnaiters of the
INDUSTRIAL MUTUAL BENEFIT ASSOCIA
TION, 98 Fourth ave., first floor, front office,
opon nntll 8 r. u. Bat e30-S-rwrBa
Trr-AMTirnif ahmf.rs Til BRING FALLEN
VV apples suitable for elder vinegar to liOSee-
unci ave. a. J. nun a vai.
WAMED-TO BUY OR HIRE JO GOOD
horses and carts. Apply W. E. HOWLEY
CO.. Woods' Knn. Allegheny. OC6-90
WANTED FARMERS WILL RECEIVE
cash for apples suitable for apple butter at
168 and 170 Second ave. H. J. HEINZ CO.
WANTED-HIGHEST SPOT CASH PRICES
paid for second-band furniture, carpets and
household goods of all klnUl LUl PENN AVE
NUE. au26-25-Mwp .
W ANTED-TO SELL A GOOD BARBER
shop, doing a good business. Apply at 275
FRANKSIOWN AVE. East End; proptletpr
wants to quit business. oa-i
A NT ED -LADIES TO IE AVE THEIR
nrian rnv r.ill anrf wlntdf (nettltTieS At uAlN
NIEK'S DRESSMAKING EMPORIUM, 34 Church
ave., Allegheny; a perfect fit guaranteed. ocS-151
W ANTED-TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one in the club at Si 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX 501, and I will call and snow you the watch.
WANTED-SOBER AND HONEST MEN TO
sell umbrellas, albums, blankets and silver
ware on payments In the city: good salaries paid
to persevering men. UNIotf CREDIT CO.. 103
Fourth ave. oe3-93-MTWTT
FOK SALE IMPHOVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR 8ALE-rCHATHAMST..2-STOEY BRICK
dwelling. Grooms: also on rear of lot front
ing on State aUey, 2 2-story frame dwellings, all
renting atJ50 per year: prfce $4,500; lot 20x86 J.
C. REILLYT77 Diamond st. ocS-123
FOK SALE-OR WILL TRADE FOK A 11UMK
in East Liberty, a very desirable 2-story and
mansard brick dwelling, 9 rooms, with all modern
Improvements, Penn ave.. near Thirty-third st
J. O. REILLY, 77 Diamond St. ocg-13
FOK SALE-CLARK ST.. NEAR REED, ONE
of the finest dwellings on tbe Hill, contain
ing 10 rooms, with all conveniences, marble m in
ters, fine chandeliers, etc.; houseperfect In every
detail; lot 20x120 to street J. C. EEILLY, 77 Dia
mond St. ocS-123
FOR SALE-ONLY 10 MINUTES FROM THE
Court Honse a new complete brick house, 8
rooms, thoroughly Improved, on Locust near
Mlltenbergerst; adesfrable location; price low
and terms easy. W. A. HERRON & SONS. 80
Fourth ave. oc8-51-MF
OR SALE-A SMALL HOUSE OF 6 ROOMS,
hall, perches, water, etc , and large lot at
Ingram station; board walk to the property; only
2 minutes' walk; price, only J2.610; small pay
ments; Immediate possession. JAS.W. DRAPE
A CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. 0C5-65-D
FOR SALE-LOCUST ST., BETWEEN MAGEE
and Chestnut streets, fine new brick dwelling
of 7 rooms, bath room, marble mantels, cemented
cellar, both gases. Inside shutters, sewered; house
Just finished; possession at once: 13,600: cash
1.O00; balance to suit ALLES & BAILEY, 164
fourth ave. Tel. 167. oc5-27-MWTh8Su
FOR SALE INVESTMENT PROPERTY ON
S. S.;3 dwellings In first-class repair and
rented to good tenants; pays 10 per cent at pres
ent and by building three houses on rear will pay
15 per cent: lot 50x140; this Is a very desirable
Sroperty, and can be bought right BALTEN
PERGLR & WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth ae.
East End Hcslaencea.
FOR SALE IU750: MAHONE AVE. (PAVED),
frame house of 6 rooms. In good repair: lot
24x100 to st BALTKNSFERGER & WILLIAMS,
154 Fourth ave. oc5-51D
FOR SALE-AN ELEGANT 7-EOOM FRAME
house, well situated, near cable line and
steam cars. East Liberty station; lot 43x110; shade
and fruit trees: only 14.000. See KELLY &
ROGERS, No. 6315 Station street, East End.
I0R SALE-A FINELY FURNISHED 7-ROOM
frame house, new: 1. w. c. bath, slate man
tels, tile hearths, back and front porches, gas,
etc.; lot 27x100, with shade trees; near East Ltb
ertv station; will be sold low. See KELLY &
ROGERS, No. 6315 Station street East End.
FOK 8ALE-SUMMEHLEA bTREET. NEAR
Elmer, a 2-story Queen Anno frame of 8
rooms and finished attic, batb, reception hall; all
the latest Improvements: lot 44x161 to an alley:
price verylow: only $7,000: a real bargain; you
should see It. BLACK BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-A NEAT RESIDENCE AND
good lot near Shadyslde, 10 rooms, with bath,
w. c. natural gas and other essential conveniences
and everything in prime order: house almost new;
wonld exchange fn part for a smaller property.
JAS. W. DRAPE t CO., 129 Fourth ave.. Pitts
FOR SALE EAST END HOUSE AND LOT
at a bargain on monthly payments: house
almost new; 6 rooms, hall, attic, cellar, natural
gas, water, etc , and good lot with side entrance;
grlce, only 2,500: monthly payments; immense
argaln. JAS. W. DRAPE CO., 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. oc5-Cj-D
OR SALE-A FIN E, LARGE EAST END RESI
DENUE and amplified grounds, having for
est foliage and environment of trees, copious flow
of pure spring water, etc., etc ; residence is brick;
rooms all large and luxurious; bath and lavatorial
facilities; natural gas, furnace; cedar closet;
everything in prime order throughout Particu
lars and terms from J Ah W. DRAPE & CO.,
Agents, 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. 0C5-65-D
FORSALE-BELLEVUE P. FT.W. 4 C. K. R.
Elegant modern residence, 14 rooms, wide
hall, hard wood finish, large porches, hay win
dows, bath and w. c. stationary washstands, fine
mantels, electric bells, closets, pantry, laundry,
furnace, cemented walks, cemented cellar, com
plete stable and carriage house: lot 140x200; choice
rrultand shrubbery; very attractive; near new
electric road; will be sold cheap. SAMUEL W.
BLACK & CO. 99 Fourth ave. 0C5-84-D
FOK SALE-A VERY FINE NEW RESI
DENCE, with large lot In the East End, on
one of the best avenues, near cable cars and R. R. ;
12 spacious rooms, with reception hall, batb, lava
tory, natural gas, laundrj, furnace and all other
of the more recent appliances; one of , the most
complete residences In tbe East End, and tn a lo
cation that cannot be excelled for beauty and
comfort; will be sold on accommodating terms:
immediate possession. Keys, etc., from JAS. W.
DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOU 8AL E-OAKLAND, FOURTEENTH
ward, a new 2-story and mansard brick dwell
ing, 8 rooms, batb, w. c., hall, laundry, etc,
slate mantels, tile fireplaces and hearths, fine
chandeliers, both gases, city water and bouse
wired for electric lights, plate glass windows,
electric bells, good sewerage, street paved with
asphaltum and paid for, beautiful shade trees in
front of house, a few minutes from cable cars:
price 6, M0; a moderate cash payment and bal
ance long time: immediate possession. SAMUEL
W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave. seS-4-D
FORSALE 12,800-BRICK HOUSE 4 ROOMS,
attic ball, etc, on Juniata st , Allegheny.
A. D. WILSON, 55 Federal st, Allegheny.
FORSALE-S2.750-HOUSE 4 ROOMS, ATTIC,
halt etc; natural gas: side entrance; lot
2UitJ6 feet: good location; No. 92 Page St., Alle
gheny. A. D. WILSON, 55 Federal St.. Alle
FOR HALE-J2.600 WILL BUY HOUSE, 6
roomt, hall and side entrance; natural gas
and water: lot 20x55, on Ann st.. near School st,
Allegheny. A. D. WILSON, 55 Federal at, Alle
FOB SALE-ON LACOCKST., ALLEGHENY,
centrally located, only 10 minutes' walk
from Pittsburg P. O.. a very desirable property:
lot 21x100 feet well improved: brick dwelling 7
rooms In front; frame honse of 4 rooms on street
In rear: at a low price. W. A. HERRON & SONS,
80 Fourth avenue. oc2-40-wtji
FOK SALE-CHEAP HOMES, .EASY TERMS
Your choice of five new six-room frame houses,
ranalitelntiricefrom 11. GOO to 12.200. situated In
Second ward. Allegheny; near Pleasant Valley
electric cars; you will tray cheaper now than next
spring. W. W. MCNEILL & BKO., 105 Fourth
FOR SALE HOUSE AND THREE LOTS ON
line of street cars, and near parks, Allegheny;
6 rooms In house, with batb, w. c, natural gas,
etc, and everything In prime order: will sell
house and one fot or with the three lots; most ex
cellent place to build for renting purposes. JAS.
W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE THREE BRICK RESIDENCES,
near parks and on line of street cars, Alle
gheny; one has 10 rooms, bath, lavatory, natural
gas and replete throughout with all modern re
quirements; the other two bouses have 6 rooms,
gas, water, etc. and are all In nice order; proper
ties almost new; to be sold now on account of
owner leaving the city. Particulars from JAS.
W. DRaPE&CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-AT EDGEWOOD. P. K. E., ONE
acre of ground, with fine dwelling, 15 roous,
elegantly finished; fruit and ornamental trees.
For Information see W. A. HERRON & SONS. 80
Fourth avenue seW-SSrhM
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE-LOTS AT GLEN WOOD, NEAR
the station; graded streets, sidewalks, city
water, houses and lots lor sale. (1,350. 1 1,750. 12,000,
ten per cent cash, balance on monthly payments:
Second Ave. Electric Railway will pass In front of
these lots;B. to. Railroad fare monthly tickets,
bH cents per trip: 12 minutes from Smithfield st
GEORGE C. BURG WIN, 150 Fourth ave.
F0;B SALE-CHEAP FARM-75 ACRES,
4-room house, frame barn, good fences, lays
welt 19mllesfromPlttsbnrg,forS2,80u, to close an
estate. N.F. HURST, Lock Box 9, Rochester. Fa.
FOR 8ALE-A SMALL FARM OF ABOUT
acres, only 1 mile from railroad station and
convenient to the city, for only 13.500; a bargain.
JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pitts-
IOB SALE-FARM 320 ACRES. vV'ELL IM-
s-' 1'uuvr.tr, aiswiuuuauu gooatown; in uesi
wjic&i couinry iu iauu. nuuiu exciiauge lur
rodse or otl-er property. ED. WITTISH, 410 Grant
St.. Pittsburg, Pa. oc5-D
TTOR SALE OK EXCHAN GE-KAN SAS FARM
SJ for city or Allegheny county farm property;
458 acres, 7 miles from Lea vea worth City, one
half cleared, balance in timber; soil rich and
very productive; excellent springs and small
stream running through one part; small orchard;
3-story frame house: frame stable; lies nicely;
fronts on tbe main road; neighborhood, excellent
L M. PENNUCK & SON, UttFosrth avenne. :
FOR SALE LOTS.
mop hit.itt.iith irtoiii iv nrirvTV-
J? SECOND Street Incline: we have the mosv
desirable lots in that vicinity; 25x100 for zzso eacn,
and your own time to pay for them. J. C.
REILLY, 77 Diamond st oca-123
East End Lots.
FOR SALE-SECURE ONE OF THOSE VERY
desirable lots for a home or Investment Villa
Park plan: now Is the time to secure a selection.
Colored plan from JOHN F. BAXTER, Agent U
bmtthfield street. oc6-50-wsu
FOK SALE EASr END LOlS-450 AND 500
each: good streets: high elevation: conve
nient to P. R. K. and cable lines: these lots are In
the rast growing part or tbe city: enhancement
sure. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
IOK SALE A FINE LOT 50 OR 60x150 FEET
on Fifth KTpnnp. near Kellefleld Presbyterian
Clmrch; nnn at thn tnnst pllirlbla lots on the
avenue: price for 50 feet 2,000 and for 60 feet
12,250; Schenley property, years lease: rare
bargain. JAS. W. -RAPE CO., 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. oc5-66-wg
FOR SALE-HEURON HILL PARK, A BEAU
TIFUL plan of lots in the center or tbe city.
Just at tbe terminus ofthe Wylle ave. cable line, is
the place to buy a lot for a borne or Investment;
prices and terms very reasonable; grand view,
pure air, all conveniences; call or send for col
ored plan. BLACK BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
OR SALE-IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A
be&ntlfnl resldenrn rjlaee. bur a lot in the
Herron Hill Park, just at tbe end of tbe Wylle
ave. cable line, within 15 minutes' ride or the P.
O.; elegant lot, 40x100 feet'frontlng on wide street
and extending back to 24-foot alleys: magnificent
view, pure air, all conveniences: call at office for
colored plan. BLACK BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-LOT 150 FEET FRONT ON FAY
ETTE st. Allegheny. A. D. WILSON. 55
Federal .st Allegheny. oc5-39-p
FOK SALE-LOT 77 FEET FRONTON FAY
ETTE St. near Bldwell. A. D. WILSON,
55 Federal street Allegheny. oc5-39-D
FOR SALE-THIRTEEN BUILDING LOTS.
being the balance unsold of 27 lots, fronting
on Wood's Run avenue, near Brighton road: no
grading, no climbing or bills to reach them: will
sell one or all on easy terms. SAM DYER, 43
Park way, Allegheny. oc3-35-D
F'OK SALE-GROCERY STORE DOING NICE
paving business In growing town near city;
stock will run about 00. BALTENSPERGEK
WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth ave. OC5-5S-D
TJIOK SALE THE BEST STOCK OF DRY
XT GOODS, notions, millinery and trimmings
In the two cities: owner wants to quit business;
call at once. D. BEUEN & SON, 4112 Penn ave.
OR SALE-STOCK OF HARDWARE AND
mill supplies, located In a manf. town of
12,000 Inhabitants near Pitts.; will Invoice about
ts, ouo; rare chance; good reason for selling. Ad
dress G., Dispatch office. oc2-69
FOR SALE-A SMALL CORNER GROCERY IN
Allegheny; excellent stand, an old established
business and good plant for doing a cash trade;
stock worth about 81,500. JAS. W. DRAPE
CO.. 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. 0C5-65-D
FOR SALE AN OLD-ESTABLISHED FAM
ILY grocery on one ofthe best thoroughfares
in Allegheny: a fine paying business, mostly on a
cash basis: this Is one of the most desirable stands
In either city. Particulars Trom JAS. W. DRAPE
& CO., 129 Fourth avenne, Pittsburg. oc5-C5-d
FOR SALE A HOUSE FURNISHING AND
tin store In a Drosperous mannfee taring town
on line of railroad: a first-class business and
making money: best stand In the town; satisfac
tory reasons for selling. Particulars from JAS.
W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-IN THE LIVELIEST TOWN IN
Western Pennsylvania the stock and fixtures
of tbe New York Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
Goods House, located at 135 Fifth avenue Uc
Keesport, Pa.; can reduce stock to 2.000; posses
sion given at onccwltha long lease; this Is a rare
chance; no better location In the city. Inquire at
135 Fifth avenue, McKeesporL F. S. GLEASON.
FOR 8ALE-2 FINE BAKERIES AND CON
FECTIONERIES, In excellent locations, large
grocery store in Pittsburg, 9,000 or invoice, doing
yearly business of lOO.COO; smaller grocery stores,
JMOO to $5,000; cigar stores, small bakeries, confec
tioneries, boarding houses, drygoods and notion
stores, feed store, printing office and many other
business chances for males or females: free par
ticulars. SHEPARD CO., 54 Fifth ave. oc3
FOR SALE-A COUNTRY bTORK AND STORE
ROOM, warehouse, dwelling, etc, at a good
point on line of railroad; fine country place, ex
cellent point for business; this Is an old-established
stand; present owner nas made a 6nng com
petency and wishes to retire on account' of ge;
will sell the property with or without the stock.
Particulars from JAS. W. -RAPE 4 CO., 129
Fourth ave., Pittsburg. oco-65-d
IOR SALE AN INTEREST IN AN OLD
established and nrofltable business In the
city, requiring considerable outdoor work; a small
Interest would be sold to a gentleman possessing
good business qualities, with ageneral city ac
quaintance; capital no object; efficiency is the de
sideratum; to Insure replies applicants will re
quire to give real name and references, which will
be used In strict confidence. Address A. C. Lock
Box 128, Pittsburg postoffice. ocS-65-D
FOR BALE-LOE. WYLIE AVENUE AND
High St., fine business property, lot 25x70 ft.:
now paying a good rent. W. A. HERRON &
SON S, 80 Fourth ave , sel9-36-TMi
FOR SALE-THE VALUABLE BUSINESS
property No. 1125 Penn avenue, city, at
master's sale, Oct 17; see hand bill at our office.
JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., Agents and Auctioneers,
129 Fourth avenue, Plttsbutg. oc5-6G-MWs
FOR SALE-A1 FORTY-THIRD ST., ONE
of the most desirable manufacturing sites in
Lawrencevllle; river and railroad fronts: price
very reasonable. W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80
Fourth avenue. se22-36-MTh
site near Fifty-fourth street city, fronting
300 feet on Allegheny Valley Railroad by 300 feet
deep to a street; one of the most eligible sites In
the city for manufacturing purposes; will sell at a
bargain on long, easy payments: owner being a
non-resident wants to sell. Particulars from
JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenne, Pitts
burg, Pa. 0C57-MTT8
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, dec.
FOR SALE-HORSE-FOR WANT OF USE; IS
well broken, reliable and safe; does not scare
at cars. Inquire at JACKMAN'S STABLE. 536
Penn ave. ocO-32
Machinery and Metals.
"CTOK SALE ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
J? and refitted: repairing promptly attended to.
PORTER FOU NDRY AND MACH1NECO..L1M.,
below Suspension bridge, AUegbeny, Pa. aul0-29
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles kept in stock, from
4 to 100 h. p.; all refitted; good as new, at lowest
prices; mounted portable engines, 8 to 25 h. p.
23-25 Park way. J . S. Y O UN G, Allegheny, Pa.
OR SALE HOISTING ENGINES, NEW
and second hand: wire and manilla rone, der
rick and fittings, hoisting tubs and cars, clay and
ore pans, engines, boilers and machinery.
THOMAS CARLIN 'S SONS, Lacock and Sandusky
sts., Allegheny. au5-l7-MWS'
THIRTEENTH REGIMENT BAND.
F. N. 1NNES, Director.
HARRY LACY and the
Oct 14-J. M. Hill's A Possible Case Company.
pRAND OPERA HOUSE-
HELEN BARRY, "Love and Liberty."
October Hth.Rudolph Aronson Comic Opera
Company in "The Brigands,"
HARRIS' THEATER-EVERY AFTER.
NOON and evening.
WILBUR OPERA CO. 1 Monday
BUSIE KIRWIN. J NANON.
October U-SHE. oc6-60
ARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY-
To-nlght, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and
WORLD OFNOVELTIES. ocW
ALLEGHENY CITY. '
- " This week, Oct 7, . J-"
, ROSSLVrHE WILD GIRL. V
wefc ujwiMK wotta'a wrens. ;oe7'i8S
TO LET-ON BUENAV1STA ST., HOUSE
rooms: all modern Improvements; only HS0.
A. D. WILSON, 55 Federal st, Allegheny.
TO LET-ON KIRKPATRIOK AVE., HOUBE
8 rooms and all modern Improvements; 830
per month. A. D. WILSON, 55 Federal st, Alle
TO LET-GOOD BRICK HOUSES, 8 BOOMS,
laundry, etc.; have all modern Improve
ments; Nos. 109 and 117 Pagest A. D. WILSON,
65 Federal st, Allegheny. ocS-39-D
TO LET-NEW BRICK HOUSE, 8 ROOMS,
laundry: all modern Improvements; front
and back yard: on Fnlton st, Allegheny: Im
mediate possession. A. D. WILSON. 55 Federal
st, Allegheny. oc5--D
East End Residences.
TO LET-HOUSE OF 14 ROOMS, STABLE
and outbuildings: large grounds; on Negley
avenue, near Penn avenne cable cars. Inquire of
HENRY KOBEKTS,atOUverABoberts Wire Co.,
TO LET-PENN AVE. AND FIFTH ST.
Elegant double parlors, suitable for profes
B'onal men or offices; unexcelled location; Imme
diate possession. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO.,
99 Fourth ave. ocS-12
TO LET-A SMALL FARM WITH GOOD
dwelling and outbuildings; plenty of water,
orchard, etc ; In Butler county, in the new oil
field; a coal hank on the property; rent low to
good tenant. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth
avenne, Pittsburg. oc5-65-D
TO LET-WAREHOUSE, NEW, 6-STORY AND
cellar, 40x80: power elevator: convenient to
Market St.; first class for any wholesale business.
SAMUEL W. BLACK CO., 99 Fourth ave.
TO LET-IN THE NEW BUILDING, CORNER
Of Federal and Robinson sts., Allegheny
(for business only), one large and elegant photo
graph gallery, two front communicating rooms
suitable for architect dentlstetc; six front office
rooms in second and third stories. SAM DYER,
48 Park way, Allegheny. oc3-35-P
Offices. Deslt Room. 3kc
TO LET-ALLEGHENY" OFFICES ON FED
ERAL, near bridge; price low. W. A. 'HER
EON & SONS. 80 Fourth ave. se'.9-99-MTh
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
IN G, 75, 77 ahd 79 Diamond street two of the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be found In the
city; rent 200 and 300 per annum. Including elec
tric lights, Janitor service and steam beating.
Apply between 10 A. H. and I P. M., or between
2 and 4 P.M. jy23-67
mO LET-STORE OR OFFICE ROOM, WITH
JL large vault, suitable for Insurance office or
similar business. In Germanla Savings Bank
building. No. 419 Wood street: room rormerly oc
cupied by George Relneman as saloon, and now
temporarily occupied by the American Express
Co.; It Is two steps below grade, making a first
class basement Inquire at THE BANK.
PERSONAL-MALTBY'S OYSTER DEPOT,
late 76 Fifth avenue, removed to 641 Smith
field street; fresh oysters received dally; orders
filled at lowest prices. J. B. UEMMXRLE, Mgr.
PERSONAL BOOKS! BOOKSt BOOKS!
New and old, ancient and swuern. standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30,000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 900
Liberty st auJ-93
PERSONAL -HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURNED; recently they had not been on the
best of terms owing to a little family Jar occa
sioned by the wife insisting on being allowed to
renovate bis wearing apparel, and which, ot
course, was done in a bungling manner; in order
to prevent the trouble they agreed to send all
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor, 63
Fifth ave., corner Wood St., second floor, and
now everything Is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns In their household. Telephone 1558.
L0SrOR STOLEN-Ltf- OAKLAND - A
pure white lox terrier: height 16 inches; a
little black spot on ear; registered collar. Any
Serson returning the above to F. T. MOORHEAD,
0.24 Lincoln avenue, AUegbeny, win be re
PROPOSALS FOR PLATE AND BAR
steel for monitor Terror" September 14,
18S9 Sealed proposals, indorsed "proposals for
steel plates, etc, to be opened October 8, 1889,"
mil be received at the Bureau of Provisions
and Clothing. Navy Department Washington,
D. C, until 12 o'clock noon, October 8, 1889, ana
publicly opened immediately thereafter, to far
nisb and deliver, at the Navy Yard. New York,
121,871 pounds of steel plates, and 14,506 pounds
of steel bars, for the monitor "Terror.'' The
material is to be subject to the regulation tests'
and conditions as prescribed by tbe Nary De
partment and pass the usual naval inspection;
the bids decided by lot Blank forms of offer
and specifications can be obtained upon appli
cation to the Commandant of the Navy Yard,
or to the Bureau. The Department reserves,
tbe right to reject any or all bids nof deemed
advantageous to the Government JAMES
FULTON, Paymaster General U. S. Navy;
PROPOSALS FOR STEEL FOR USE IN
J7 the construction of two cruisers, of about
K000 tons displacement each, for the United
States Navy, one of said cruisers (No. 7) to be
constructed at the navy yard. Brooklyn, N. Y.,
and the other (No. 8) at tbe navy yard, Ports
mouth, Va. Navy Department, Washington,
D. 0., September 27. 1889. Under authority
conferred oy the act of Congress making ap-
Sropriations for the naval service, approved
eptember 7, 18SS (Statutes at Large, vol. 25,
page 472), sealed proposals are hereby invited
and tvill be received at this department until 12
o'clock noon on THURSDAY, tbe 31st
day of October, 1S89, for furnish
ing and delivering the following classes
and quantities of material at each ot said navy
yards, for use in the construction of said
cruisers: Class A. Steel Plates. About six
hundred and seventy-two (672) tons of steel
plates, 2 to 25 pounds per square foot. Class
B. About one hundred and ninety (190) tons
of steel plates from 40 to 80 pounds per square
foot Class C. One armored tube of wrought
steel. 80 pounds per sqnare foot; diameter in
clear inside, 12 inches, to be in one piece 15 feet
3 inches long; weight about 5,000 pounds. One
conning tower, oval shape, size in clear inside,
7 feet 8 inches by 4 feet 9 inches by about 5 feet
10 inches high, of wrought steel, 80 pounds
Ser square foot; weight about 9,000 pounds,
no top to conning tower of wrought
steel plate of 60 pounds per square foot
the edge to be flanged down about 0 Inches to
shape of conning tower; weight about 2,700
pounds. One shield or guard plato to tower ot
wrought steel plate ot SO pounds per sqnare
foot: weight abont 4,480 pounds. One top plate
over entrance extending from shield to tower,
of wrought steel plate of 60 pounds per sqnare
foot; weight about 1,200 pounds. In all, about
ten (10) tons. Class D Steel Shapes About
one hundred and six (106) tons of steel angles
of various sizes; about fifty-six (56) tons of
steel angle and T-balb beams, with proper cur
vature, from 15 to 25 pounds per foot; about
thirty-eight (38) tons of steel Z-bars, 12
to 14 pounds per foot. Class E Steel Rivets
About seventy (10) tons steel rivets frominch
to Vyi inch diameter. Class F Steel Castings
About eighty-three (83) tons of steel castings of
various shapes, stem, stem post rudder frames,
shaft tubes, shaft struts, hawse pipes, bitts,
eta Tbe tons of material herein called for to
be of 2,240 pounds each. All said material to
be of such detailed dimensions, weights and
shapes as may be required in the construction
of the vessels, and to be delivered at such
place or places in tha said navy yards as may
be designated by the respective commandants
thereof. Deliveries to commence within thirty
fSOl davs from the date of contract and to be
completed within six (6) months from such
date. Tbe material to be delivered promptly,
in accordance with a detailed schedule
prepared by the Naval Constructor at
said navy yards, respectively, and in tho
order required to carry on the work to the best
interests of the Government All material to
be of domestic manufacture, and to be ac
cepted only after passing such tests as may be
prescribed therefor by the Secretary of the
Navy. Proposals mnst be made separately for
the material for each vessel, in accordance
with forms which will be furnished On applica
tion to the Bureau of Construction and Repair,
and any one or more of the classes designated
may be embraced in the same proposal, Dut no
bid ror a portion of any class will be consid
ered. Each proposal must be accompanied by
satisfactory evidence that the bidder
is able to furnish and deliver the ma
terial for which ho bids; also, by a certified
check, payable to the order of the Secretary of
the Navy-for an amount equal to 6 per cent of
the bid. The check received from tho success
ful bidder will be returned to him on his enter
ing into a formal contract for the due perform
ance of the work and giving bond forthesame.
with satisfactory surety, in a penal sum equal
to 25 per cent ot the amount of his bid; but in
case he shall fail to enter into such contract
and to give such bond within 20 days after no
tice of the acceptance of his proposal, the
check accompanying such proposal shall be
come the property of the United States.
All checks accompanying proposals which
are not accepted will be returned
immediately after tbe award shall
havo been made. Information relative to tho
dimensions and shapes of material, and all
other information essential to bidders, will be
furnished on personal application to the Bureau
of Construction and Repair, Navy Department
Proposals must be made In duplicate, and in
closed In envelopes marked "Proposals forsteel
for U. 8. S. Cruiser TNo. "). and addressed to
the Secretary of the Navy, Navy Department,
Washington, D. C. Eachclassof materials will
be bid for separately, and the Secretary of the
Navy reserves the right to reject any or all
bids, or tbe bids on any class or classes, as, in
bis judgment the Interests of the Government
may require. B. F. TRACY, Secretary of the
01 1 MTiOJIIi'liTTH'AVlCNIIIt.
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NOTICE MEMBERS OF HBNRY LAM
BERT Lodge No. 475, L O.O. F- are re
quested to meet at the lodgerooa, Fifth Ave
nue Bank building, this (Monday) aftetaees at
1 o'clock sharp, to attend the funeral of our
late brother, P. G R. V. Barker. Members of
sister lodges Invited to loin na. By order of
a T. TURNER, Secretary. oc7-9
BROTHERS OF GAS CITY COUNCIL NO.
273, Jr. O. U. A. M.. are bereby directed to
attend the funeral of Brother Geo. W. Robin
son from his late residence. No. 20 Crawford
street on MONDAY, the 7th Inst, at 2 o'clock
P.M. Meet at Council Chambers at 1 o'clock.
Members of Sister Councils are respectfully
invited to attend. By order
J. G. GRAHAM, Councillor.
Rec. See. ocS-148
Pittsbubo. Pa.. October 3. 1889.
NOTICE IS HISREBY GIVEN THAT THE
report of viewers on the paving and curb
ing of Boggs avenue, from Bailey avenne to
sooth line of property or Louis Nepe, has been
approved by Councils, which action win be
final, unless an appeal Is filed In the Court of
Common Pleas within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. B1GELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PnTSBTjRO, Pa.. October 3, 1S8B.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
reports of viewers on the opening of
Riverside street from Moloney alley to South
Main street: Tripod alley, from. Meadow street
to Shetland street; Post street from Forty-second
street to Forty-fourth street; Garden alley,
from Main street to Brown alley; Rural street
from HUand avenue to Negley avenue, and
Hampton Street from Hiland avenue to Neg
ley avenne. have been approved by Councils,
which action will be final unless an appeal Is
filed in the Court of Common Fleas within ten
(10) days from date. E. M. BIGELO W.
0C3-43 Chief of Department of Public Works.
October 3. 1889.
SOTICE IrJ HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Bureau of Health of the city of Pitts
g has this day established and provided,
and doe bereby designate the foot of Seven
teenth (17) street in the city of Pittsburg, at
the Allegheny river, and Clark's dumpboat,
immediately above tbe north end of tbe South
Tenth street bridge, in the city of Pittsburg;
on the Monongabela river, as the places where
are to be received and deposited the contents
of all privies as they snail irom time to time be
cleaned and emptied, and all other offensive
substances found upon the public bfgbwav.
Superintendent of the Bureau of Health.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at tbe office of City Controller
until OCTOBER 10, A. D. 1889, at 2 P. K.. for
constructing an Influent chamber at Bedford
pumping station. A bond of five thousand
(S5,0U0) dollars, probated before the Mayor or
City Clerk, must accompany each bid. For
specifications, blanks on which bids must be
made, and all other information, apply at the
office of Superintendent of Water Supply and
Tbe Department of Awards reserves the right
to reject any or all bids.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PROPOSALS FOR WORK TO BE DONE
andaDparatus furnished at Central Office
of Fire Alarm Telegraph.
Proposals will be received up until 2 p. M. of
OCT. 12. at tbe office of City Controller, for one
main switch board and all necessary electrical
connections on same, including galvanometers,
annunciators, testing apparatus, etc., accord
ing to plans and specifications on file with
Morris W. Mead. Superintendent Bureau of
Bonds in double the amount of the estimated
cost must accompany the bid.
Tbe Board of Awards reserves the right to
ccept or reject any or all bids.
j. o. brown:
oc2-64 Chief Department of Public Safety.
Ptttsbuhq. Pa., October 3, 1889.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
JJ reports of Viewers on the construction
of sewers on Ellsworth and Center avenues
from Penn avenne to Euclid street; Mayflower
street from Lowell street to Larimer avenue;
Larkins alley, from South Twenty-fourth street
to a point 150 feet east: Wilberforce street from
Penn avenue to Ellsworth avenue; Beitler
street and Hiland avenue, from Shakespeare
street to Ellsworth avenne; Fifth avenue, from
crown east of Wilkins avenne to Amberson
avenue, and Shakespeare street from Pennsyl
vania Railroad to Ellsworth avenne, have been
approved by Councils, which action will ibo
final, unless an appeal is filed In the Courrof
Common Pleas, within ten (10) days from date.
r KM. BIGELO W,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
K ORDINANCE-SETTING ASIDE THE
ground around Hiland reservoirs for
public park purposes and authorizing the Chief
of the Department of Public Works to Improve
the same and designating the same Hiland
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and
enacted by tbe authority of tbe same,- That for
the purpose of constructing and maintaining a
public park there shall be and is hereby set
aside, dedicated and appropriated so much of
the ground belonging to said city as is not in
dispensably necessary for the safe and proper
use of the reservoir known as tha Hiland reser
voirs. Section 2 That the Chief of the Department
of Public Works of said city he and he is hereby
authorized and directed to Improve all said
ground lying around, adjacent to and connected
with said, reservoirs and which shall not be
found actually necessary for the operation of
said reservoirs to be used and enjoyed as a
public park to be known as and by the name of
the "Hiland Park."
Section 3 That any ordinance or part ot
ordinance conflicting with the provisions of
this ordinance be and the same is hereby re
pealed so far as the same affects this ordi
nance. Ordained and enacted into a law In Councils
this 9th day of September, A. D. 18S9.
H. P. FORD. President of Select Coun
cil. Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD. Clerk of
Select CoundL GEO. L. HOLLIDAY, Presi
dent of Common Council. Attest: GEO.
BOOTH, Clerk of Common Council.
Mayor's office, September 13, 1889. Approved:
WM. McCALLIN, Mayor. Attest: HOBT.
OSTERMAIER, Assistant Mayor's Clerk.
Recorded in Ordinance Book. voL 7, page 16L
30th day of September. A. D. I8S9. oc4-7S
AN ORDU7ANCE-AUTHORIZTNG THE
opening of Meadow street from Park
avenue to Larimer street
8ection 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsburg in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it Is hereby ordained and
enacted by the authority of the same. That
the Chief of the Department of Public Works be
andisberebyauthonzedand directed to cause to
be surveyed and opened within 60 days from the
date of the passage of this ordinance, Meadow
street from Park avenue to Larimer street at
a width of SO feet in accordance with a plan on
file in the Department of Public Works,
known as Collins Park plan, approved
February 27, 187L The damages caused
thereby and the benefits to pay tbe
same to be assessed and collected in ac
cordance with the provisions of an act of
Assembly of the Commonwealth ot Pennsyl
vania entitled "An act relating to streets ana
sewers in cities of the second class," approved
tbe 10th day of May, A. D. 18SV.
Section 2 Thafany ordinance or part of
ordinance conflicting with the provisions of
this ordinance be and the same fs hereby re
pealed so far as the same affects this ordin
ance. Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils
thls9thdavof September, A. D. 1S89.
H. P. FORD. -President of Select Coun
cil, Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD, Clerk of
Select Council. GEO. L. HOLLIDAY, Presi
dent of Common Council. Attest: GEO.
BOOTH, Clerk of Common Council.
Mayor's office, September 13, 1889. Approved:
WM.McCALLIN, Mayor. Attest: ROBERT
OSTERMAIER. Assistant Mayor's Clerk.
Recorded in Ordinance Book, vol. 7, page 157,
80th day of September, A. D. 1889. oc4-78
A FURTHER SUPPLEMENT TO AN
ordinance entitled "An ordinance
granting the Pittsburg. Knoxrille and St Clair
Street Railway Company the right to use cer
tain streets, roads, lanes and alleys of the city
of Pittsburg for the purpose of their railway,"
approved June 22, 1SS6.
Section 1 Be It ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and
enacted by the authority of the same. That the
said Pittsburg. Knoxville and St Clair Street
Railway Company, its successors and assigns,
shall have and are bereby given the right and
privilege to erect and place wooden or iron
poles for the use of said company upon Thir
teenth street la the Twenty-eighth ward of
said city, between Breed and Carson streets,
being a distance of about 800 feet more or less,
the said poles to be erected and placed at such
places as shall be approved by the Chief of the
Department of Public Works ot said city;
provided, however, that the right to erect poles
is granted subject to tbe right of Councils to
require the removal thereof upon CO days
notice being given by the proper officer to the
said Pittsburg, Knoxville and St Clair Railway
Company, theirsuccessorsor assigns.
Section 2 That any ordinance or part of
ordinance conflicting with the provisions of
this ordinance be and tbe same is bereby re
pealed, so far as the same affects this ordi
nance. Ordained and enacted Into a law in Councils,
this 9th day of September, A. D. IS.
H. P. FORD. President of Select CounclL
Attest GEO. SHEPPARD, Clerk of Seleet
Council. GHO. L. HOLLIDAY. President of
Common. CohbcH.. AKem.:.GBO- BOOTH."
.Clerk of Ceases CeaefJ.'Sf-fe . ", $t$
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ePPICIAE PTXTSBtfBCE. :
nnTWsMiiTrrfT Assistant VavsVa c
Reetw4 to Oraaee Boek. vet. 7, i
36th day of 4Hombor. A. D.t 1m.
C&ntUte4 on Fifth. Page.
DESIRABLE PITTSBURG PBOPSJITWi
THURSDAY, OCTOHHR V
at 4 o'clock P, x., 08 ttte
Short Liberty or Lwesier nw
ward, near TMrty-foBrtis .stsoct riartl
Howard public schoolBouse; nrast be nMisni
close an estate: lot SO feet f rose oa SbertXMt-J
erty or Ligoaier street a W9 Mtt Aeeatltwi
opring auey, on waica are ereoses iwe ni
story brick houses, with Balstted baaimi
containing Brooms eacb:alsv two mm-s4
of said lot three two-story fraaM dwmng,'t
4 rooms eacn, ana a two-room name sisa
this property will be offered as a whole, ae i
do suD-uiviuea into two pena: l
dlatelvadiolnlne Howard pabHe
lot about 33 feet front on Ltcoaier
tending back 100 feet to SpriBtf ay, a4
me auey 3Uuuu leer, on wnwa ate twi
story irame nouses, o rooms eaea. aaa ai
cottage, secona Adjoining Me sosm
5884.109 feet on' Liconier street awil
deep to Spring alley, with same frest oa ;
on wmen are two two-story ories ueaw
rooms each, and three two-story fraae I
ot 4 rooms eacn; tnese properties are 1
and cannot fall to be a zood Darine lav
near Penn avenue and Batter street
roads, and In tbe immediate vteishy
manuing gooa rentals; term ot
cash, on delivery of deed; balance la osml'1
and three years, secured by bosd and hmAss
on ine premises, pot turtaer
apply to LM. PENNOCK SON.
avenue, PittsDurg, P3or A. J.P.
Auctioneer, 413 Grant street
THURSDAY, OCTOJ3RR M,
at 2 o'clock P. H- on (fee
the comer of Thirtv-ftfte
streets. Fifteenth ward. Matt be
close an estate. Lot 36 ft 7 la. frest
ler street, extending along TMrty-Bftfa
zwieetto penn avenne; tuesee
avenne 79 f t B41d. to a point: tlw
in. toward Butler street to a eoiatr
ajiei wim trenu avenue an.w a potet;.
89 ft 11J5 in. to Bntler street, the alnaa at
ginning, on which are erected, ireaMag
renn avenue, s two-story nrteK
story DTteK aoaset,,'
On Batter street. l'M-j
ad one fraae steak' .
story frame houses and one fraae
Thirty-fifth street are 6 brick and fiaaatiiiwp'
ings. The above described propel u wjfcaaasV
f ered as a whole, or will be seb-dtnaed sa t
parts, to wit: Lot 79 ft 6K in- a Peaa aaeaaa. -extending
back along Thirty-fifth strew tenasst
Butler 94 ft ll4 in., on which are 3 twsutyy
brick houses, containing 6 reow aaji Wfpr,
each. Lot corner Thirty-fifth aad, JuMr
streets, with 48 ft 3 in- frost oa Bnttar street.
extending along Thirty-fifth street aaoat. Hi
-iHnlnlnr. tho UTna & ftntatutbl 1 nil it. Kfc-' -
with 48 ft 3 in. front on Batter street; sAtiaV
in j; back toward Penn avenue 88 . 11 ia.
xnese properties are situate Between
lines of cable cars on Penn avenae aw
street; convenient to a large number of
give manufacturing esta busumeats, t
favorably located for business or
conses, always cemmanmng good
is daily increasing in value: and eaasetJ
prove a good paying investment
sale One-third cash on delivery of
anceinl.2and3 years, secured by
mortgage on the premises. Forfar
mationatrolv to I. M. PENNOCK i
Fourth avenue,or AJ.PENTECOBT,.
street Pittsburg, Pa-
BY HENRY AUCTION CO, Lflt "
A T AUCTION -TUESDAY MOM!,'
Jti. October 81 at 10 sharp Patter tmm m,
silk and crashed plushes, Uka)dsMd)(aK
atelle and tapestry, rep and haireieta, aoaeaat, ,
uvuaiMO sgudhui auu vBintrtT uuutm.aPsasa-eo
and desks, fine half racks, curtaias, foM, f--gets,
pictures, linoleum, Brussels aad iaswat.
carpets, bedding, hair aad hrafc aMtttofees,
mirrors, cabinets, oak. walnut aad efcerry aha.
ber suits, dressers, wardrobes, waeeste, bed
steads, chairs and rockers, tables, ndoaaawlBV
trlassware. dishes, toilet ware, stoves. wriaaMa.
clocks, pictures, tinware, mattler. !. eta.-'
also consignments of ladies' and clttWretfa fm
merits, notions, blacking, tea, etc., etc;, mtt-tive-salo
to highest bidder. HENRI AW
TION CO, Auctioneers, No. 3U Market t.
ATOTICE-AN ELECTION FOR CAPTAlt
XI for company u wui tie held
after the Inspection on the 15th of Oetafcer.
Second Lieutenant ot Company G, Fsnrtodata.'
Regiment oT- j
OFFICE OP FIDELITY TITLE AN1J Tli
T71STATEOP TIMOTHY BOWE. DBCl
SLi Notice is hereby given that letters of a
lstratlon on the estate of Timothy Bowe.de
late of Plttsbnrir. Pa., have been granted t
undersljtned. to whom all persons Indebted '
Baia estate are requestea to maze lsuneaiavei
men t, ana loose naving claims or acsHaoss
tbe same will mare them known without
FIDELITY TITLE AND TKUST CO., A 4
trator. DAVID Q. EWLV0, Attorney. seSM-K,,
BRUCE t SHIELDS. Attorneys atvLaw.,
Corner Fifth avenne and Grant street "J
TESTATE OF JOHN McKAY. DECEASS? .
Pj Notice is hereby given that letters testa-V
Tnrmtarvnn thft ARtatA of John "afetraV- lata at I
Penn townahit). Alletrhenr con&tr. Pa., da- i
ceased, have been granted to the undersigned. 1 1
to wnom au persons inaeotea to said estate are.
requested to make immediate payment and '
those having claims against the same shoaldy
make them known without delay.
JAMES McKAY, Executor.
oc6-61.lf 1006 Liberty street Pitts burr. Pa.
JOHN F. COX; Attorney at Law, 448 Grant at '
SOTICEI3 HEREBY GIVEN THATLET
TERS testamentary on the estate of Jobs
ch, late of Mifflin township, Allegheny,
county, Pa have been granted to the under
signed, to whom all persons Indebted to said
estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment and those having claims against the sa&e
should make them known without delav to
WILLIAM A.WILLOCK, Option postoSee.
Allegheny county. Pa., or his attorney, sel 99-H,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
application will be made to tbe Governor
of Pennsylvania oil OCTOBER 15, IS, by John i
W. Haney, K. F. Pearson, James F. Keesaa.
H. a. ToynDee ana luiwin B. carpenter, uuaec.
tne act oi Assemory enuuea -An act to pre-
vide for the Incorporation and regulation of,
certain corporations," approved April 29, 16u
and the several supplements thereto, far tbe I
charter or an intended corporation to ne easeaf
the Pennsylvania Storage Company, the obar-s
acterandoDjectotwmcn is to carry on a ajea-s
era!, warehouse and storage business, aad tact
these purposes to have, possess and enjoy a J
me flouts, ucucuu Auu uiiuictn vuu'vtfBQ 7f yr
said act ot Assembly and supplements tbereteAT.
EDWIN S. CARPENTER, SoIIciier. JT
se22-33-K lio Diamond.
rTHE ORPHANS COURT OF ALLE
Estate of Isabella W.C.?-?,SemJf'
Comlngo, deceased. J
To John Beckley. of .Raleigh C. a. West t
Virginia; isaac u. tsecaiey. ot uatioa. mo
sourl; William G. Becklev, of Am Vasse, Mis
souri; Alfred Beckley, of Fincastle, Vlrgiate;
Mary Isabella Bloss, of Wayne C. H., West J
Virginia: Emma Strickland, of Noble, minotst
Robert Becklev. Alfred C. Becklev and Mrs.
Annie D. Parsons, of Spencer, West Virginia;. C3
neviiie uecaiey, Jr., or. Illinois; uuoerx jjee
Beckley. of East Las Vegas, New Mexico, aad ,
Clarence J. Beckley. of Roanoke. VirgleU.'
Vnn .m YiotaIiv mntlflal that -int Innnlnljitnn . ..
will be held In nnnnance of the above mea-'
tioned writ of nartition or valuation ob ttatW?
premises in the Fourteenth ward. Pitts&aff,"' n
corner of Center avenue and Craig street A1- -d
legheny county. Pennsylvania, on weanesasy,,-j
th.niffl4nrnAh.. A Tk 1R8Q nt innMAAjrt' i
A. M., to make partition to and aaaoag MmI
heirs of said deceased In such manner aad itO, j
such proportions as by the laws of thiaCoav'i
Mminanlth la l-Attaf at. fit whtl-FI -' . V-t
u.uuno.M. ..,-, ---.-.- - .(
place you rnavaiiena it yon mintx proper. fl
ALEX. 2E. MCCANDLESS, h.2
oneruiB uuice, jrinauuit, dcuicubct. m, a
Second Story Front Roo
The most desirable aad eaovwim-'e
roots la the city; coataialat; mmt area
vault steam heat, aad natural gsiAaaajbh an I
t'zr'IiallBBH" a" Bial