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A SHIPS HOSPITAL
When Boats Get Burt They Receive
Some Skillful Treatment.
HOW THEY ARE DRY-DOCKED.
Marine Doctors, Their Monster Patients,
and Instruments.
SCESES IN AN ALLEGHENY DOCK IAKD
HE good peo
of Pittsburg
who peruse the
daily papers, find
frequently in the
columns thereof
harrowing partic
ulars of the "aw
jul train wreck"
which nearly till
ed citizen John
Jones, or the '"ap
palling catastro
p h e," otherwise
runaway hnggy,
which almost dis
patch ed citizen
Thomas Robinson
head foremost into
the next world.
The soul-racking
details generally
conclude with an
account of the removal of the wounaed gen
tlemen to the nearest hospital. There their
broken limbs are reset, their bruises healed,
and their shattered system restored to its
pristine strength. If the citizens in question
beplutocrats1ormembersoftheG.A.B.Idaily
bulletins are published regarding their
progress toward recovery; and their names
are in everyone's mouth. These be the pa
tients that go to the hospitals of men. But
there are other kinds of patients and other
kinds of hospitals, one of which it is the
purpose of the writer to describe.
When oneofonrriver boats strikes ahidden
rock and therebv injures her constitution
or when she suffers from the unruly at
tacks of wind and wave, she is
ltiiniediately conveved to the water
hospital by tliat patrol wagon
"bn the Docks.
of the river the tugboat. One of these hos
pitals, or dry-docks, as they are vulgarly
called, is situate at the foot of Mulberry
street, in Allegheny, where the limpid
wavelets of the broad Ohio lap on the re
maiitic strand silvered over with discarded
tomato cans, and gayly decked with the
scattered shells of Ion? departed oysters.
When this hospital was visited yesterday it
cod tamed but one patient The good ship
Enterprise, which was snagged below
Georgetown not long since, and went down
to the great dismay of her owners, is at
present being treated by the skilltul sur
geons of tbeidock. One of these gentlemen
was good enough to give a short account of
nis patient. He said:
"She is the worst case we have had for
many a long day. You see she was broken
from the sta'board knuckle to the sta'board
wing kelcel, a length of 62 feet, and from
the sta'board knuckle to the main kelcel, a
length of 22 feet."
The reckless newspaper-man who had the
temerity to venture into the dock, scratched
his head over this announcement, and
vaguely remarked, "Yes, yes, I see." An
account of how the patient was carried from
the scene of the accident and got into the
dock may prove interesting. The Enter
prise was submerged to three feet above her
lowerdeck, when the owners commissioned
Captain Sam "V. Sylvis to raise her. The
Captain, who is an old hand at
such affairs, donned his diver's suit
and plunged into the water. He set
Jiehmd the Injured Boat
manfully to work, and after 12 days spent
under water succeeded in building a bulk
head to inclose the water already lodged,
and pumping out enough to enable the boat
to be raised. She wa then raised by means
of cranes and chained up between two coal
barges, leaving about 5 feet of her keel be
low water. A pair of tugs were then put in
requisition and the cavalcade started up
stream.
j' When they got to the Mulberry street
dock another boat was getting fixed up, but
the gravity of the new case demanding im
mediate attention, this latter patient had to
turn out. And now for the mode of getting
in and out of the river hospital!
The dock has seven valves at its lower ex
tremity. When a boat is going to leave
thtse valves are opened and the water
gushes in. The dock is heavily weighted
with ballast, and under its false bottom are
stored a small quarry of stones. These,
with the weight of the boat itself and the
encroaching water, sink the dock, the time
of sinking varying with the weight of the
boat. The convalescent patient then floats
out at the open end of the dock, and it is
the incoming vessel's turn.
As the Enterprise had shipped water only
on the starboard side, the weight lay in that
direction. It was consequently easy
to remove the coal barge which
supported her on the left hand side.
The toveboat Little Dick then swung
her round, till her stern got in line with the
dock and her bows pointed down stream.
Two crane boats were then "pushed under
her, one beneath the bows and one beneath
the stern, and she was lashed to these. Thus
it was practicable to unchain the remaining
oal barge. The Little Dick's powers were
again called into play, and by the help of
her pushing the Enterprise was got into
dock. The stands or blocks, upon which in
jured vessels rest, have to be altered to suit
the size of every new boat patient When
the Enterprise got in she found the blocks
arranged so as to accommodate her exactly.
The instant she was settled in place the dock
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pumps were set at work. These pumps are
centrifugal, and eject from 15,000 to 25,000
gallons per minute. The pumping out of
the dock takes in all about SO minutes, the
gates at the upper end being raised in posi-'
tion above water level.
The dock has assumed its normal floating
position, with the new boat resting high and
dry upon the movable blocks less than three
hours after the sinking began. About 20
ship carpenters and caulkers, with some 5
laborers, are engaged upon the repairing of
the Enterprise. They are tearingupthe lower
deck to make room for the boilers, which
Reese & Son will send their men to put in,
taking the old boilers as part payment. The
broken timbers are being taken out of the
hold, and the lioles which Captain Sylvis
had to make when under water in order to
get himself and his pumps in, have to be
mended. A new deck is also to be set up,
and the vessel is to be completelv repainted.
The cure of this very bad case, the surgeons
(in !$' f
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dumping Out the Docks.
say, will only take about eight or nine day?,
when she will be moved out to make room
for one of J. F. "Walton's boats now waiting
her turn
The dockmen laugh heartily at the ienor
ance of outsiders in regard to their methods
of work.
"Would you believe," one of them said,
"that a gentleman came here this morning
and expressed surprise that a boat of nearly
230 tons like the Enterprise could have
been lifted into the dock by a crank. It
would want to be a pretty good crank to lift
230 tons into place."
There are thousands of peculiarities in
the mode of treatment in river hospitals, but
unfortunately space is wanting to enlarge
upon them. Suffice it that the saw and ax
are almost unknown. The cutting of planks
is done by driving a flat wedge into the
wood, with the edges across the gain, and
then beating it down with a "manl" or
hammer. The ceaseless din of these mauls
resounds through the dock all day
long; and meanwhile cautious "surgeons"
are feeling every rib and sounding
every timber, to test its soundness. There
is a murky picture under the rests, where
the red-shirted, swart-faced laboters flit
hither and thither through the halt light,
as the flashing torches of the caulkers light
up the dark hold for an instant and gleam
ruddily along the sides and through the
rent and shattered spars. Sock surgeons
require to be as skillful as their brothers of
the land hospitals, and they suffer far more
from wet and cold than do the dry-land sons
ofEbculapius.
LITTLE ALLEGHENY PEOPLE.
Many of Them Hare Hnd a Country Homo
This Summer.
It is not generally known Allegheny City
has had a ''fresh air fund," similar to that
conducted by the Society for the Improve
ment of the Poor, and during the season
just closed it has sent 240 children to a
country home. The organization was formed
quietly, and accomplished its work without
fuss. Yesterday a report was prepared for
presentation to the Allegheny Belief So
ciety, under whose auspices the Fresh Air
Committee worked, xnis report is "ap-J
nnnon' 1
Two Allegheny ladles, interested in the wort,
met with the ladies of the Allegheny Belief So
ciety and requested them to form a committee
to take charge of a fresh-air fund for the Alle
gheny children.
Such a committee was formed without delay
and the sum of $400 placed in their hands.being
the proceeds of a children's fair held at B. F.
Jones', on Lincoln avenue, and also pan of the
proceeds of a fair held at Cresson in the sum
mer of 1SSS. and worked for by many busy little
hands in Allegheny. This fund was deposited
by the Treasurer in the TnirdNatioual Bank in
Allegheny as the Fresh Air Fund.
"We had given to ns during the summer
$1,636 56, part of this being a check for S500
toward a permanent home. We have expended
SI.030 15. thus leaving a balance to our credit of
JGU6 41. We trust the 'Allegheny fresh air
lnnd' is an established fact and will grow so
large that in the near future the little children
will have a summer home of their own where
they can be cared for at less expense, and
where every child that needs it can crow strong
among the flowers, and no child able to say I
never saw the country.' "
The report thanks the Captain of the
steamer Batchellor and the managers of the
P. & L. E. E. E. for free transportation for
the children.
FOR BE4DACBE
Use Horsford's Acid Phosphate.
Dr.
I. K. Sanford, Sheffield, Mass..
KITS'
Most excellent la deraneements of the nerv.
ons system, such as headache and sleepless
ness." Why Do People
Patronize us? Because we sell clothing at
about one-half the prices asked by high
priced clothiers. Our $13 kersey overcoats
for wear prove our assertion, for its equal
can't be produced under $25. P. C. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
Court House.
Howard Wntrhes.
Have you seen that beautiful one at Henry
Terheyden's? It is one of their finest move
ments in gold case, ornamented with more
than 100 diamonds, set with artistic skill,
and valued at 5450. Eemember, Henry
Terheyden, Manufacturing Jeweler, Ho. S30
Smith'field street siwf
Rich People.
The people who get rich are those who
save their money. Why not save on soapas
well as on other goods? Do not buy soaps
adulterated one-half with rosin compounds
that will make washing bard work, but use
Walker's Wax Soap and save labor, time
and money. mtuf
A full and complete assortment of the
best wines, gins and brandies, both foreign
and domestic, will always be found at T. D.
Casey & Co.'s wholesale warerooms, 971
Liberty st Those who wish to inspect the
stock will receive courteous attention.
Uonse Wrappers.
In black surah silk, in black cashmere, in
colored cashmere, iu printed French flan
nels and striped French flannels.
Jos. Hokne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Horrible Hlnugbter!
In high prices. The finest productions of
the bestknown 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, G22 Penn avenue.
MWF
Keep looting young and save your hair, its
color and beauty with Parker's Hair Balsam.
Parker's Ginger Tonic, the best cough cure.
Closing out all goods regardless of cost
or value. Come quick and get a bargain.
F. SCHOENTHAL, 612 Penn avenue.
Dabbs has xaade quite an addition to his
exhibit at the Exposition. Those going
should not fail to see it
Feauekheim & Yilsack'b Iron City
beer grows in favor erety day. 'Phone 1186.
Men's fine neckwear, great variety.
James H. Aeeen & Co., 100 Fifth ave.
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CLAIMING THE GIFTS.
More Interesting Proceedings in the
Kesbit Divorce Case, f
THE PLAIKTIFF TAKES THE STAND.
He Says He Furnished the Money to Buy
the Wedding Trousseau.
THE MOTHER-IN-LAW WAS INDIGNANT
Yesterday the parties engaged in the
Kesbit divorce case met at the office of At
torney Charles E. Cornelius, the Commis
sioner. Attorneys W. C. Stillwagen and D.
D. Brice appeared for the plaintiff and re
spondent respectively. Mrs. Nesbit's
maiden name was Virginia Wooster, find
her father, A. C. Wooster, lives outside Cnar
tiera township in moderate circumstances.
Mrs. JTesbit has alleged cruelty against her
husband in answer to his charge against
her. t
At the last hearing she denied tltat
several of the wedding presents in her pos
session belonged to Mr. Kesbit, among
others some books given byH. J. Gordou,
which she alleged contained a card, with
her name, in Mr. Gordon's writing: She
also denied that her husband had ever
given her money. Mr. Kesbit was recalled
yesterday to reply to these statements. He
was sworn, and handed a list of the wedding
and other presents.
He said' that no demand had been made
on him for money on goods mentioned in
the list. Mr. Shields, who did come to him,
made no demand, but said that if he did not
have $4,000 ready before a certain time,
suit would be brought against Him for the
effects. With regard to the giving of
money, Mr. Kesbit said that when Miss
Wooster promised to be his wife he knew
she was in rather poor circumstances, and
offered to purchase her trousseau.
HE GAVE HEB MONET.
He met her in town, and drew $300 from
the Allegheny Kational Bank, which he
lodged in her name in the Diamond Bank.
The deposit ticket was to be seen at the bank,
with his handwriting and her signature.
He gave her some blank checks and told
her to draw as she wished. Subsequently
he drew $200 from the Allegheny National
Bank and gave it to her.
The items mentioned in the list of wed
ding presents were then gone over.
Mr, Kesbit claimed an oak rocking chair
with cushions, which had been given him
by bis sister. He quoted a direct statement
of Mrs. Kesbit, to the effect that the chair
was his. He also claimed a piano stool, which
Prof. Crosser had given him. A still-life
oil painting, Mrs. Kesbit had told him, was
a present to him from her father. He did
not want the picture, and if Mr. Wooster
would pay a certain small sum of money
owing to him he offered to forego his claim.
At this point Mrs. Kesbit's mother, who
was present, rose and vehemently declared
that her husband owed no such sura. She-was,
however, induced to sit down. The disputed
six volumes presented by Mr. Gordon next
came on. Mr. Kesbit contradicted his wife's
sworn statement, and produced the card
which had accompanied the books. The
card was inscribed with the names of W.W.
Nesbit and H. Q. Gordon. Mrs. KesTrit's
name did not appear on the card at all.
LUCILLE HOT HIS BOOK.
The book "Lucille" Mr. Kesbit did not
claim, stating that his wife had admits d to
him that Dr." Woods had given it to her.
He also waived his claim to another book,
which she told him had been given by the
doctor. The manuscript of Dr. Wood's
"Tancrede," part of which was in his house,
he would not claim, but a pair of buff vases,
diamond freshed, sent by Dr. Kris, and two
bronze statues, given by Mr. Frank Case,
he claimed, stating that'they had been sent
directly to him, and not to Mrs. Kesbit
He also claimed a set of silver spoons given
by. Dr. Burleigh, a silver and pearl fruit
setj given by Fred Agers, druggist, and a
silver-dinner set, presented by C. L. Magee.
One of three plate baskets he had seen at
his wife's father's during a dinner which
Dr. Wood attended, and he claimed these
baskets. The evening was now far ad
vanced and it was decided to adjourn tho
hearing of testimony until Tuesday next in
the afternoon.
The Wonder nt the Exposition.
There is nothing remarkable to see a
pyramid of bottles piled on high, nor in
deed anything wonderful to know that they
contain'Klein's "Silver Age" Eye. Yet,
withal, come when you will, you can see
crowds of onlookers standing in front of his
display wondering why such respectable
and well-known physicians and superin
tendants of hospitals recommend so highly
this particular brand of rye whisky. Tb
these we would say: Ask those who have
used it Get the truth trom-those who have
been benefited by it. Do not mind petty
sayings of wonld-be competitors. You will
not find many of them who will speak well
oi an article that leads them all. It is use
less to attempt to humbug the public.
Merit is the only thing that will bring suc
cess. Physicians and others indorse it be
cause they know its worth. Ask your drug
gist for it It is pure; it is old; it is reliable;
it is palatable; it is cheap, only $1 CO per full
standard quart Our wines, and other well
known brands of rye whiskies, we will sell
cheap as the cheapest, and will send them
neatly packed to anywhere in tnecountry.
Send for complete catalogue and price list,
and be assured of fair and honest dealing.
Try us and be convinced.
Max Klein-,
82 Federal st, Allegheny,
We have a little lot of 1869 Gibson pure
rye for sale. mtf
The Benson Why.
Because it is the purest, best and cheap
est Because it will not chap your hnnds
or lace. Because it will not shrink your
flannels or make them hard.
Because if you U6e it once you will find it
superior to all other soaps. Ask your gro
cer for Walker's Wax Soap, and insist on
getting it mtuf
Black Stockinette Jnckets.
Winter weights, new styles 200 of these
in stock this morning. All new shapes.
pure wool, prices from $5 to $10 sizes 32 to
44. Best value in stockinettes we have ever
offered. Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Don't Catch Cold
For want of a good overcoat Call and see
the ones we sell to-day at $13, worth $25 of
any man's money. P. C. C. C.,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
Court House.
Young man! young woman! do you medi
tate matrimony? Be cautious; don't make
a mistake; begin right and your happiness
is assured. Commence by furnishing vour
i house with china, glass, etc, at Greer's, 622
Penn avenue, Pittsburg. mwf
"Excelsior" rye is the oldest whisky in
Pittsburg. For sale only by T. D. Casey &
Co., 971 Liberty st This brand of pure old
rye defies competition, and has a reputation
of its own among connoisseurs of fine
liquors.
Closing out all goods regardless of cost
or value. Come quick and get a bargain.
F. Schoenthal, 612 Pena avenue.
Dabbs has made quite an addition to his
exhibit at the Exposition. Those going
should not fail to sec it
Fbatienheim & Vilsack's Iron City
beer grows in favor every day. 'Phone 1186.
Men's kid and dogskin walking gloves.
.James H. Aiken & Co., 100 Fifth ave.
Exposition Wagner night and fashion
able sight Splendid music.
THE'PntfSBiTRGr DISPATCH,'
WAGNER MUSIC- TO-NIGHT.
Another Great Crowd Saw the Exposition
Yesterday.
Five thousand two hundred excur
sion tickets stamped by "Benny" at
the Exposition mean at least 10,000 strangers
in the city, and 10,000 strangers in the city
mean a great deal. Yesterday was no doubt
the greatest day, in an excursion light, the
Exposition has yet seen, but it will be
topped many times over before the great
show st the Point is done. That "the last
is best of all the game" seems to have taken
root in the public mind, und as every day
draws the great show nearer to a close, so,
every day runs the attendance higher and
higher.
Speaking about music, there has been
prepared for to-night, fashionable night, a
programme for the Thirteenth Begiment
Band that will make all the preceding seem
as naught in comparison. King "Vogner"
holds sway to-night, and it will be Wagner,
Wagner everywhere, and not a diop oo
much.
The thing will be a musical treat in everv
respect, from number 1, "Meistersinger, '
on "down the line of music, melody and mad
ness to "Lohengrin," and to Ko. 10, incom
parable "Tannheuser."
The musical programme for to-day u as
follows:
AFTERNOON.
PAET 12 O'CLOCK.
1. Overture, "The Barter of Seville".. .Rossini
2. Partsong, "Farewell to the Forest"...
Mendelssohn
3. Grand popular fantasia, Reniiniscenses
from the operas of Gilbert and Sullivan
4. Solo for cornet "Tho Song TH Ke'er
Forget" Jordan
Mr. W. Paris Chambers.
5. Concert waltz, "Krolls Ball Klaenge". .
Lumbye
PART H 4 O'CLOCK.
6. Overture, "Stradella" Flotow
7. Trombone solo, '"Goodby Sweetheart"
Hatton
Mr. F. K. Innes.
8. Grand operatic selection,
From the works of Verdi
9. Solo for Saxaphone. "Old Gems Reset-' '
Hall
Mr. H. A flail.
10. Galop, "Champagne"
..Lumbye
Evening, grand Wagner concert:
PART I. 7 O'CLOCK.
L Vorsph'l "Meistersinger" Wagner
(First time In this cltv by any military band.)
2. Storm Hong and Fisherman's Chorus "Fly
ing Dutchman" Wagner
(First tune In this city by any military band.)
3. Grand Scena "Isolden's Liebes-Tod"
(First time in thiscity by any military band.)
4. Vorspiel ,'Parsival" Wagner
(First time in this city by any military band.)
5. "Kalsermarsch" Wagner
(First time in this city by any military band.)
PART IL 9 O'CLOCK.
6. Overture "Rienzi" Wagner
7. Fragment "Albumblatt" Wagner
8. Grand Fantasia "Lohengrin" Wagner
9. Trombone solo (recit ana aria) "Evening
Star". Wagner
Mr. F.N. Innes.
10. Fest March "Tannhauser" Wagner
French Broad Cloths Speclnl.
We offer to-day a lot of 52-inch French
broadcloths, just out of the Custom Houe,
at 51 25 a yard. We believe this to be the
best broadcloth bargain ever offered in this
city. All the fashionable fall colorings.
JOS. HOENE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores. .
Oar OTerrci Department
Is always crowded, and the most popular
garment is our 513 light-colored kersey,
which is sold everywhere else at 25.
P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts.,
opp. the new Court House.
Exposition Fashionable night
the Thirteenth Begiment Band, of
York.
Hear
Kew
MEETINGS.
MEETTNG-MACHINISTS-AN ORGAN
IZATION was effected under the title
of .Brotherhood of Machinists, on last Saturday
evening. They will meet every succeeding
Saturday at 102 FOURTH AVENUE at 736
p. M. Members of the craft are Invited to join
the order. ocll-.8
NOTICE
Thcre will be aspecial meetingof machin
ists of Pittsburg add vicinity at NoTv8f
Fonrth ave., on SATURDAY NIGHT, at 7:30.
to form a lodge of National Association of
Machinists. ' ocll-SS
VTOTIUB-BY ORDER OF THE BOARD
J of Directors of the McKeesport Light On.
a stockholders' meetlngiwill be held on FRI
DAY, November 8, 1889, at 8-00 p. jr., to con
sider prooosed change in Article I, Section 1 of
old bylaws, which now reads: Article I. Sec
tion 1. The affairs of this company shall be
managed by nine directors, who shall be elected
annually, to serve for the ensuing year and
until their successors shall be elected. Pro
posed change: Article I, Section h The affairs
of this company shall be managed by five direc
tors, who shall be elected annually, to serve for
the ensning year and nntil their successors
shall be elected. O. L. REIBER, Sccretary.SB
P. S. And also to elect directors for ensuing
year!
McKeespoet, Pa, October 8, 1889. oclO-39
OFFICIAIV-riTTSBDItG.
PrTTSBtnto. Pa.. October 3, 1889.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
1a report of viewers on the paving and curb
ing of Boggs avenue, from Bailey avenue to
south line of property of Louis Nepe, has been
approved by Councils, which action will be
final, unless an appeal is filed in the Court of
Common Pleas within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. B1GELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
OC3-1S
October 3. 18S9.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
ll Bnreau of Health of the city of Pitts
burg has this day established and provided,
and doe1; hereby designate the foot of Seven
teenth (17) street in the city of Pittsburg, at
the Allegheny river, and Clark's duinpboat,
immediately above the north end of the South
Tenth street bridge, in tte city of Pittsburg,
on the Monongabela river, as the places where
are to be received and deposited the contents
of all privies as they shall from time to time be
cleaned and emptied, and all other offensive
substances found npon the public highway.
THOMAS W.BAKER.
Superintendent of the Bureau of Health.
ocl-90
PROPOSALS FOR WORK TO BE DONE
and apparatus furnished at Central Office
of Fire Alarm Telegraph.
Proposals will be received up until 2 P. H. of
OCT. 12. at the 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
Electricity.
Bonds in double the amount of the estimated
con must accompany the bid.
The Board of Awards reserves the right to
ccept or reject any or all bids.
J. O. BROWN.
oc2-61 Chief Department of Public Safety.
Continued on Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Paget
' IiOTlCEs.
"OTICE
E. D. Gillespie, the Wilklnsburg agent for the
Pittsburg papers, continues and will continue
to serve his customers regularly as heretofore
and desires the public to pay no attention to
reports on the contrary, as they are false and
are only calculated to injure Mr. Gillespie's
business.
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BUSINESS CHANGES.
DISSOLUTION THE FIRM OF
Walker, Dunlevy 4 Bro.. has this day dis
solved, Jeremiah and Pan Dunlevy having
purchased the interest of Samuel C. Walker,
will continue the business under the firm name
of DunlcvydtBro. Messrs. Dunlevy &. Bro., will
attend to the collection of all accounts due the
late firm and will settle the indebtedness of
same. SAMUEL C. WALKER,
JEREMIAH DUNLEVY, Jr.,
PAUL DUNLEVY.
Having retired from the firm of Walker,
Dunlevy &. Bro., I cordially recommend Messrs
Dunlevy & Bro., to my friends and general
public. BAMUEL C. WALKER.
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piANOts,
ORGANS.
S. HAMILTON,
a AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE,
PittsbUTg. Pa. ap30-74-D
A.
E. UNKENHJUMEK,
ARCHITECT,
U5 Smithfleld street Pittsburg, Pa. Freiheita
trrenna immune, second floor. mh34-80-JiwT
"FRIDAY, " OCTOBER - 11
tS"Display advertisements one dollar per
square for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, eta, ten cents per line or each inser
tion, and none taken for less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
BRANCH OFFICES.
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
establishecLat 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:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with THE DIS
PATCH PITT8BTJKG.
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 35o9 Butler street
EMIL G. STUCKEY, 21th street and Penn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY ACO., Wylle ave. and Fulton it.
3. STOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
EAST END.
' W. WALLACE, em. Penn avenue.
OAKLAND.
UCALLISTEK k SHElBLEB,tthav. &Alwoodt-
SOUTHSIDX.
JACOB SPOHN. No. 2 Canon street.
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carson street.
ALLEGHENY.
A. J. KAEBCHEK, 9 Federal street.
H. J. McBRIDE. Market Bouse, Allegheny.
FBED H. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio Street.
F. B. EGGEKS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut its.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PEKKYM. GLEIM. Kebecca and Allegheny aves.
S11LLVALE BOHOUGH.
W.W. FLOCKEB, Stationer, No. i Grant ave.
WANTED.
Male ncln.
T7"ANTED-A TOBY, ROLLER AND
YV stripper. At M05 PENN AVE. ocll-90
WANTED-A FIRST-CLAbS BARBER AT 2550
PENN AVENUE. No othernced apply.
ocll-3
"TrrANTED-BAKEB TO WORK SECOND
VV hand. Apply W. J. WARD, 33 Resaca St.,
Allegheny City. ocll-89
TTJANTED-TWO WRAPPER BOYS: NONE
v V need anply"except those having had experl-
ence. HORNE k WAKU. ocltf-2
TU" ANTED AT ONCE A FIRST-CLASS
v wood carver,
BOLD, btatlon St..
Annlv to MURPHY & D1E-
East End. oclI-91
WANTED-THREE GOOD STOVE MOUNT
ERS. Apply at once. OHIO VALLEY
FOUNDRY CO., Mansfleld. O. oclO-24
TTANTED-BOY TO RUN ERRANDS: BOYS
TV over 14 Tears old need not apply. H.
HOLTZMAN &50NS, 111 Market St. ocll-12
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS BAKBER
Good wares: steady work; short hours.
Apply to ROBERT JEFFREYS, 8M Penn ave.
WANTED-3 FIRST-CLASS ENTERPRISING
real estate salesmen; liberal commission.
ALLEd 4 BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
OC6-32
TIT-ANTED-ROLL TURNER FOR BAR AND
TV sheet mills; must be well recommended.
Address, with full particulars. V. Vf., Dispatch
office. ocll-21
fTTANTEll-A BRIGHT, ENERGETIC MAN
VV to sell office specialties. Address OFFICE
SPECIALTY M'F'U CO., McCance Block, Pitts
burg. ocll-81
TITANTED-A HAMMERMAN FOR MEDIUM
tt and small sizes tool steel: mustbe a good
workman and steady. Address HAMMERMAN,
Dispatch office. oclO-23
TTTTANTED-A FEW EXPERIENCED CAN
TY VASsERS for our latest publications; choice
of territory to first appointed. P. F. COLLIER,
Room 2, H3S Penn ave. ocll-17
WANTKB-MAI.E NURSE FARM HANDS,
man for hotel kitchen, hotel housekeeper,
seamstress, child's nurse, dining room girl. 3
nurse girls. MEEHAN'S, 545 Grant street. ocS-D
WANTED-A GOOD "CANDYMAKER TO
work on plain goods. Address CANDY.
Dispatch office. Plttsburfr, Pa., stating amount of
experience, with whom employed and reference.
ocll-92-TaFSu
TfTANTED-A WATCHMAKER, SINGLE,
tt who speaks German preferred, whocauen
graveanddoVeneralwork; to a good man will
give good waces: must give references. Address
BOX 102, Johnstown, Pa. oclO-71
WANTED A BRIGHT, GENTLEMAN LIT
young man to sell a special article to the
drug trade la Fa. ; respectabflltv, integrity am? ag
gressive inuustry all the qualifications necessary.
Address M. &. CO., Dispatch office. ocll-83
WANTED-GENERAL AGENT FOR PITTS
U URU and conllguoas territory for the sale
of oar constant current (are light) electric motor;
unexceptionable references required. CINCIN
NATI ELECTRIC ENGINE CO., Cincinnati, O.
oclO-16
WANTED A LIVE, ENERGETIC MAN, TO
employ andmanare agents: salary l,oco a
Fear: must give unquestionable references and
nvestSlOU; ample security given for investment.
Call or address THE GEO. S. CL1NE PUBLISH
ING HOUSE, 5 Sixth avenne. oclO-44
WANTED YOUNG MAN OF BUSINESS
ability, who has had charge of a manu
facturing establishment employing 100 men tot
some years, wants a position, and invites cor
respondence from business men; references. Ad
dress L. R. E., Dispatch office. oclI-35
-VTT-ANTED-SALESMEN AT f5 PER MONTH
TV saiarvana expenses, to sell a uneorsllver
plated ware, watches, etc. : by sample only: horse
and team furnished free; write at once for full
Sarttculars and sample case of goods free. STAN
AltL) SILVERWARE CO., Uoston, Mass.
SC24-90-D
XK7"ANTED-YOUNG MAN OF GOOD AU
VV DRESS to make himself generally useful
about an office, also to act as stenographer and
typewriter: no expert needed: wages limited to
commence with; good opnortunlty lor advance
ment. Address P. O. BOX 472, Pittsburg, Po.
ocll-95
WANTED-BR1CKLAYERS-THOSE WANT
ING work and employers and all others
who may wish to employ bricklayers should regis
ter such wants, freeof charge, at the headquarters
of the INDUSTRIAL MUTUAL BENEMT AS
SOCIATION, 93 Fourth ave.. first floor front.
Open until 9 P. 31. Saturdays. ocll-80-HWFBu
Fenraln ITolD.
WANTED-FIVE SEAMSTRESSES: MUST
have had experience In sewing on cloaks.
Apply at KAUFMAN NS', Fifth ave. and Smith
field. oclI-14
WANTED-IN COUNTRY-GOOD GIRL FOR
general work: small family; good home.
Address A. L. BHOADS, Murrysvllle, Westmore
land co Pa. oclO-13
WANTED - EXPERIENCED . GIRLS TO
operate steam power sewing machines,
also rapid handsewers. SAMPLINEB & RICH,
819 Liberty St. oclO-46
WANTED A MIDDLE AGED. WELL
educated and refined lady at CHRISTY'S
DANCING ACADEMY. 1010 & 1012 Penn avenue:
a permanent position 'and good salary will be
given the proper person. Office hours from 1 to 4
r. m. oclO-CO
Olole nnd l'emalo Ocln.
WANTED LiADY AND GENTLEMAN
agents for city and surrounding towns: a
household necessity; just ont: no kitchen com
plete without It: It recommends and sells Itself.
Call at MATJTELL'S, 411 Smithfleld St.
OC7-32-JTWT
WANTED-AOENTS, MALE OB FEMALE,
In all country towns, to sell photograph
albums: latest designs for fall trade Just received;
big profits and quick returns to energetic agents:
write terms, etc. UNION PUBLISHING CO.,
103 fourth ave., se22-80 rrrsu
, Situations.
"T1TANTED-A SITUATION AS CLERK BY A
V V young lady who has had two years' experi
ence. L. C. It., Dispatch office. ocli-8S
WAN1ED-A POSITION AS NURSE OR
companion for an invalid or elderly lady:
reference exchanged. Address N., Dispatch
office. ocll-23
Boarding.
-T7-ANTED-BY GENTLEMAN AND WIFE,
TT furnished or unfurnished rooms, with
board. In prlyate family: Allegheny preferred.
Address K. B., Dispatch office. oclO-79
WANTED-YOUNG MAN DESIRES BOOM
and boarding In private family; convenient
to East Liberty station: reference given and re
qulred. R. E. P., Dispatch office. ocll-30
Financial.
WANTED-MOKTGAGE3 ON CITY PROP
.,., ERTY. over H00O; 4H per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVLlt&CO., 92Fourth avenne.
mh2-a3-D
WANTED-S300 TO S500.COO TO LOAN ON
mortgages. AM, S and 6 per cent. J AS. W.
DBAPE& CO,, 129 Fonrth aye., Pittsburg. Tele-J
uuuuc.no. Vib, OC9-W-MWTS
WANTED-MORTGAGES-S1.0rj0,000TOLOAN
In large and small amounts at 4H. 5 and 6
per cent, free of State tax: no delay. HEED B.
COYLE& CO., 131 Fourth ave. my21-C0
TJ7ANTKD-TO LOAN MONEY ON MORT
J' GAGES on improved real estate In sums
off" and upward at iii, 5 and 6 per cent. L. O.
1BAZ1ER, Forty-fifth and Butler sts.
OC11-87-TUVSU
WANTED-S10.000 TO INVEST IN ROLLING
mill business, 10 per cent guaranteed by
first mortgage: also position In firm: If preferable
apartnersfclp canbehad. Address lRON,DlspaUh
office. ocll-99
WANTED-TO LOAN 1300,00a IN AMOUNTS
of S3, 000 and npward, on city and snburban
property, on 4i per cent, free or tax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and S per cent. BLACK & RAIBD,
Cj fourth avenue. sell-AM-D
XXTJi NTED MORTGAGES II, 000, WOTO LO AN
T T on city and tubcrban properties at 4K Sand
6 per cent, and on lanns In Allegheny ana aflli-
eent counties at per cent. 1. M. l'ENNOCK
SON, 10J Fonrth avenue.
sp7-Hl
TTTANTED-TO CORRESPOND WITH EART.
tv ERN party of some means- and large exper
lence In negotiating coal lands; no better prop- '
"" " jo ever oeen onereu, Auoress tr. O.
va v, juihi vary,, jao. oct-M
1889.'
V-Tr'
WANTED.
Financial.
WANTED TO 1,0 AN tCDaoOO ON MORT
GAGES; (100 and npward at 6 per cent;
(500,000 at 4H per cent on residences or business
propertv: also in adjoining counties. S. H.
FRENCH, 125 Fonrth avenne. oc31-eS4-D
mticellruieoiu.
-TTTANTED-HIGHEST SPOT CASH PRICES
VV paid forsecond-handurnltnre, carpets and
household goods of alt kinds. 1211 PENN AVE
NUE. au26-25-nwr
WANTED-TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one In the club at Jt W per week. Address P. O.
BOX 501, and I will call and snow you the watch.
JyS-40
WANTED-SOBER AND HONEST MEN TO
sell umbrellas, albums, blankets and silver
ware on payments in the city; good salaries paid
to persevering men. UNION CREDIT CO.. 103
Fourth ave. oc3-9S-imvn'
WANTED-PEESONS TO KNOW THAT BY
agreeing to pay ft per week yon can get
possession of fine gold or silver watches, clocks,
Jewelry, diamonds, silverware, etc. J.MlfSCH,
130 Federal St.. Allegheny, Pa. sel2-Mwrsu
WANTED-THE PEOPLE" TO KNOWTHAT
YEAGER CO..70 Federal st., Allegheny,
will make cabinets of anybody during this month
for 75c per doz.: bring the little ones: don't miss;
N o. 70 1 ederat st. These cabinets will not fade.
ocl-91-D
WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER, 90 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, evcrybod) to
know that be is making; fine cabinets at (1 SO per
doxen; photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous nrocess. mhlM3
FOR HALE IMPROVED HEAL ESTATE.
Citv Residences.
FOB HALE-LOMBARD, NEAR DINWIDDIE
st.. Eleventh ward 2-story and finished attic
brick dwelling of 0 rooms; uat. gas, city water,
etc; lot 24x118: small cash payment, balance to
suit. BLACK A BA1RD, 95 fourth ave. 2E8I.
VOC9-57
F
IOB SALE-DO YOU WANT AN INVEST
MENT? we have 3 newaweuings ons. s.
that will pay 10 per cent, and by building on rear
of lot (which Is 50x140). will pay 15 percent. Call
at once on BALTENSPEBGEB & WILLIAMS, 151
Fourth ave. ocl0-40
FOR SALE--LAWRKNOEYILLE-6 BRICK
dwellings on Hatfield st., near Forty-eighth,
containing 7 rooms each; alsoO 5-room bricks on
Blackberry St.; all bringing good rent: this is a
good investment. BLACK &BAIRD, 95 Fonrth
ai e. V 105. OC9-57
FOR SALE ONLY 10 MINUTES FROM THE
Court House a new complete brick house, 8
rooms, thoroughly improved, on Locust, near
Mlltenbergerst.; a desirable location: price low
and terms easy. W. A. 1IERBON & SONS. 80
Fourth ave., oc6-51-ur
East End Rcaiaencok
FO R S A L E-H2C0 FOR BOTH-BLAINE
street, near Boquet, oakland-2 two-story
frame dwellings of 5 rooms and finished attic; each
well sewered: lot 40x130. BLACK & BA1RD. 93
Fonrth ave. 2D 85. OC3-57
FOR SALE-TRANKSTOV N AVENUE, NEAR
Brusbton ave.. East End a 2-story Queen
Anne of 6 rooms and finished attic, reception hall,
nat gas. city water, all conveniences: lot 50x19);
reasonable price and terms. BLACK &BA1KD,
85 Fourth ave. 3 A 300, oc9-57
FOR SALE-OR TO LET-ON ELLSWORTH
avenue, Shadyslde, modern-styled house, 6
rooms and attic, Jn first-class order, handsomely
fiapered, late Improvements; street and sewer
mprovements made. W. A. HEBRON & SONS,
80 Fourth avenue. oc4-94-tuf
FOR SALE-ELEGANT 9-ROOM HOUSE;
large, handsome grounds; everything in per
fect order: 10 minutes' ride by cable from center
of city: will take smaller bouse or good vacant
round in exchange: cheap at 910,000. CHARLES
OMERS & CO , 313 Wood St. oc8-77-TnFSSu
fTlOR SALE-HANDSOME RESIDENCE, JUfcT
J? finished, late style of architecture, reception
ball, 8 room, elegantly finished, thoroughly Im
proved, electric lights, cor. lot. 54x115 it., 1 square
from Shady avenue: only 87.000; terms reasonable.
W. A. HEREON &SONS, 80 Fonrth avenue.
oc4-93-Tar
FOB SALE-1500 CASH-KEMAINDER PAY
ABLE (500 per year, interest low on deferred
payments; neat new bouse, late style, well
finished ande3venlenced; street Improvements
made; centrallv located In Oakland, near tilth
avenue cable Hue. W. A. HEBRON St SONS,
SO Fonrth avenue. ocl-94-Tup
FOR SALE SCIOTO STREET, NEAR GROSS
street. Twentieth ward, new substantial
frame dwelling 5 rooms, finished attic, hall, vesti
bule. Inside shutters, front and rearpofenes: lot
22x110 feet to alley; convenient to station; price,
si 700: terms very easy. L. O.FRAZIER, Forty
fifth and Butler sts. ocll-87-Tursu
FOR SALE-AN EXCELLENT BRICKD WELL
ING with fine lot 70x240 feet In. the East End;
10 rooms in house with bath, lavatory, natural
gas, laundry and all other modern appliances:
everything in prime order: a quantity of fruit and
shade trees and shrubbery on the lot: price 9,500.
Particulars from JAS. TV. DRAPE & CO., 123
Fourth avenne, Pittsburg. oclO-23
FOB SALE-A COMPLETE AND MODERN
brick dwelling 8 rooms, attic, hall, vestlbnle,
bathroom, h. and c water, inside w. c, slate
mantels, electric bells, laundry, sliding doors,
slate roof, etc.: corner lot, 25x110, located on
Penn ave.. Twentieth ward; traction line passes
door: price, S7.OO0; terms 'easy. L. O. FRAZIER,
Forty-fltth and Butler sts. ocll-87-Tursu
FO B S A L K-OAKLAND. FOURTEENTH
ward, a new i-story and mansard brickdwell
lng. 8 rooms, bath. w. c. hall, laundry, etc.
slate mantels, tile fireplaces and hearths, fine
chandeliers, both, cases, city water and house
wired for electric lights, plate glass windows,
electric bells, good sewerage, street paved with
asphaltum and paid for, beautiful shade trees In
front or house, a few minutes from cable cars:
price (8,500: a moderate cash payment and bal
ance long time: Immediate possession. SAMUEL
W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fonrth ave, seS-4-D
Aneshcnr Resiliences.
TTiORSALE ON YOUR OWN TERMS-NICE
X" new 6-room frame house. Allegheny: convene
ieui loxieasani vauey eiecinc cars ana marxci
house: price low. W. W. MCNEILL & BRO., 105
Fourth ave. ocll-6
FOR SALE ON LACOCKST., ALLEGHENY,
centrally located, only 10 minutes' walk
from Pittsburg P. O., a very desirable property:
lot 21x100 feet, well imnroved; brick dwelling 7
rooms in front; frame house of 4 rooms on street
In rear: at a low price. W. A. HERRON & SONS,
80 Fonrth avenue. oci-io-wrji
FOR SALE-SMALL HOUSE AND LOT, AT
auction; No. STaggart St., near Washington
ave.. Second ward, Allegheny lot 0x43; frame
house, six rooms; renta for (18 a month: sale on
the premises Friday, Oct. 11. at 4 o'clock: bargain
at 11,600; look at It and attend sale. A. LEGGATE
&SON, Auctioneers, 31 iederal St., Allegheny.
Snbnrbnn Residences.
FOR SALE AT EDGEWOOD. P. B. E. FINE
new brick dwelling, 7 rooms and reception
balk hardwood mantels, tile hearths, nat. gas,
etc; large lot. Address LOCK BOX 104, Wilklns
burg, Fa. OC9-7
FOKSALE-AT BELCEVUE. ON ACCOUNT
of removal of ownert'only (2,300: a neat house
of 5 rooms: lot 40x170 feet: very conveniently and
desirably located. For full information see W. A.
HERRON A SONS, No, 80 Fonrth ave.
ocIl-lCO-Tuir
FOB SALE-BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED AT
Edgewood, fine large dwelling or 15 rooms.
with one acre of ground: fruit and ornamental
trees: everything in first-clas3 order. For terms
see W. A. HEBRON & SONS, No. 80 Fonrth ave.
OCll-lCO-TUI'
FOR SALE-AT WILKINSBURG - FRAME
house. 6 rooms, with corner lot 45x128; 5 min
utes from Brushton station and 7 minutes from
Wilklnsburg station: (2,700. W. HAMNETT,
404 Smithfleld St., Pittsburg, and Wilklnsburg,
Pa. ocO-18
F
OB SALE AT WILKINSBURG BRICK
house. 12 rooms, with 1 acre ground: 5 min
utes from station; frmt of all kinds on place;
beautiful location: will be sold cheap, W.E.
HAMNETTr 404 Smithfleld st, Pittsburg, and
Wilklnsburg, Pa. oc9-16
FOR SALE AT EDGEWOOD FRAME
house, 7 rooms, reception hall, b. r., laun
dry. Inside w. c. electric light and bells, nat. gas,
slate mantels, finished attic and all modern Im
provements; lot 64x150; 7 mlnntes from station:
(4,500; terms easy. W. E. HAMNETT, 404 Smith
field St., Pittsburg, and Wilklnsburg, Fa. oc3-l6
FOR SALE FINE RESIDENCE AT CRAFTON
8 rooms, beside large reception hall, pantry,
bathroom and attic, laundry with stationary tubs,
beater In cellar, natural gas, splendid well and
cisterns, hot and cold water, large porches, front
and rear, about 1 acre of ground with large lawn,
fruit and shade trees, shrubbery, etc: delightful
location: this Is choice property and will be sold
low. GEO. GLASS, 83Water st. ocU-lo-vsn
FOR SALE LOTS.
East End Lota.
FOB SALE-LEVEL BUILDING LOTS
fronting east, 24x100 ft, on Homewood ave.,
one square from Homewood station, P. R. 12.;
termseasy. W. A. HEBRON & SONS, 80 Fonrth
avenue. OC4-77-TUF
FOR SALE-BUY A LOT IN BAU5I GROVE,
notice the Improvements now being made;
when completed will certainly enhanie value.
MELLON BROS.. Eist End, or JOUNF. BAXTER.
Agent. 612 Smithfleld st. ocU-1-MTbP
FOR SALE-EASr fcND LOTS-SIM AND SjOO
each: good streets: high elevation: conve
nient to P. B. It. and cable lines: these lots are In
the fast growing part or the city: enhancement
sure. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
ocZ-53-D
FOB SALE-ATLANTIC AVENUE, NEAR
Liberty ave.. Twentieth ward, large beauti
ful building, lot 100x120 feet, covered with fine
shade trees, first-class surroundings aad con
venient to steam and cable cars; price low and
terms easy. L. O. FBAZIEB Fort J -firth and
Butler sts. oc11-7-tufsu
FOR SALE-S47 PER FRONT FOOT. LINDEN
ave; a paved street near Penn ave.; this is
the cheapest piece ot property In the E. E .
because It races east. Is only four minutes' walk
from new Fifth ave. station P. K. R., and adjoins
the Boulevard: a good speculation. SAMUEL
W. BLACK & CO., 9 Fourth ave. oclO-43
F
IORSALE-HERRONUILL PARK, A BEAU
TIFUL nlan of lots in tho center of tbe city.
Just at the terminus of tbe Wylle ave. cable line. Is
tbe place to bny a lot for a home or investment:
prices and terms very reasonable: grand view,
pure air, all conveniences: call or send for col
ored plan. nLACK A BAIBD, 95 Fourth ave.
OC2-55
FOR SALE-IF YOU ARK LOOKING FOB A
beautiful residence place, bny a lot in the
Herron Hill Park, lust at tbe end or tbe Wylle
ave. cable line, within 15 minutes' ride or the P.
O. : elegant lot, 40x100 feet, fronting on wide street
and extending hint to 24-foot alien: maenlllcent
view, purcalr, all conveniences: call at office for
CVlUtCU piJUl, JJXJ4VA. OB UAAJM, fH JI UIUU4 HfC,
eww
FOR SALE LOTS.
Suburban lrft
TilOR SALEi-LOTS AT ASPINWALL
STA-
TION. on the West Penn B. K..
adjeolng
bharpsbnrg. only 7 miles from Allegheny city:
prices icw; terms very easy: toiaosc ubibuiwi
lots at once great inducements are offered. Call
for plans at W. A. HEBRON i, SONS. 88 Foartb.
ave ocl-W-Tai"
Farms.
170R SALE-A DESIRABLE FARM OF MO
1 acres and farm building. 18 miles from city,
at Glbsonla. on P. & W. K.lL W. A. HEKRON
& SONS, 80 Fonrth avenue, C2-39-WT
FOB SALE CHEAP FABM-75 ACRES,
4-room house, frame barn, good fences, Uys
well, 19 miles from Pittsburg, forriSflf, to close an
estate. N.F.HUBST, Lock Box 49, Rochester. Fa.
SC29-UI-IJOD
CWB SALE-FAEM 390 ACRES. WELL IM
JD PEOVED: will divide toMdvantage: at sta
tion 10 miles from Pittsburg: must be sold to settle
estate. ED. WITTISH, 410 Grant St.. Pittsburg,
Pa. x ucll-P
Mliccllnneons. "
FOR SALE-IT WILL BE TO YOUR 1NTEB
FT to secure one of oor new revised cata
logues with supplement (Jntt published) before
buying elsewhere: we have a large variety of new
properties coming in dally, and can supply yonr
wants without delay; lots and dwellings In all
parts of the 2 cities and snbnrbs: all prices, and
terms; call or send for this valuable book. BLACK
4 BA1RD. 95 Fonrth ave. oo9-o8
TTOB SALE BY
11 CHARLES SOMER3 & CO.,
313 WOOD STREET.
An Interest In a prominent Pittsburg wholesale
'establishment located in heart of city; the con
cern Is widely and favorably known as a perma
nently established, conservative and money
making enterprise: an active man, ambitious to
become an equal partner In a lire, progressive
and growing buslress, will find a rare oppor
tunity offered In this; capital required (8.W0 to
(7,000. oclO-70
FOR SALE "POWELTON," CENTER COUN
TY, Pa.; this tract or land embraces about
200 acres of the B vein of seml-bltumlnons coal
and 600 acres of the A vein of seml-bltnmlnoas
coal, 42 miners' houses, 2 stables, granary, 1 large
store, 1 large firebrick works; farm under good
cultivation; the entire property is underlaid with
avelnotfire clay: the veins -of coal and fireclay
are subject to leases- For particulars address A.,
at room 8, 419 Walnut street, Philadelphia; offers
In writing will be there received np to October S3
oclO-25
TrrOB SALE-BY CHARLES EOMERS 4 CO,
X 313 Wood street:
We are authorized to negotiate the sale of an
interest in a Western Pennsylvania newspaper
that we believe to be earning larger dividends on
the capital Invested than any otberpnbllcatlon In
this part of the 'State outside of Pittsburg. An
Investment of (5,000 will secure a one-halt owner
ship and an equal voice (If desired) lc the man
agement. A man desiring to become actively Interested In
a newspaper of high character, nowpaylng hand
somely, aud in a field rapidly and permanently
enlarging, can do no better than investigate this.
OC9-00-WTS
TTOB SALE-BY CHARLES
SOMERS t CO.,
jj 313 wood street r
An interest in a first-class cltv business. We
desire to negotiate with a man of good business
ability, middle age preferred, for the disposal of.
an interest lu an established business of a high
class and of a choice character. An opportunity
is offered that Is rarely seemed, except through
long years of application. '
An investment by a silent partner will be ac
cepted, but an active man qualified to assume
charge of the financial affairs of the concern is
S referred. We are prepared toshowandlntro
ucs' an accepable man to this. An absolutely
soubd money-making enterprise, giving promise
of extended growth and enlargement. An Invest
ment ot eJ, 000 Is required, which is to be applied
to the business. In which 410,000 is now In use.
We care to deal only directly in person with prin
cipals, who will be treated with strict confidence.
OC9-60-WTS
FOR SALE-BUSINESS.
Business Chanrcsw
F
IOB SALE-A GOOD PAYING GENERAL
store at a bargain: storeroom and dwelling.
For particulars address S. P. FOOBBAUGH,
Glencoe, Pa. oc3-3t
T7IOR SALE-GOOD OPENING-GROCERY
X? store in live growing town near cltv; trade
good and mostly cash. BALTENSPEBGEB 4
WILLIAMS, 154 Fonrth ave. odO-K)
FOB SALE-SMALL RESTAURANT. OLD
established, doing good business, with bouse
full of roomers: within five mlnntes walk of tie
Eostoffice, Plttsbnrg. Address RESTAURANT,
Ispatch office. oclI-93
FOR SALE-ELEUANT CIGAR, CONrEC
TIONERY; and dining room business In
money making locality In Allegheny City:
fixtures and stock only 73: best of reasons for
selling. ilAGAW & UOFF, 145 Fonrth ave.
oclb-SS
FOR SALE-S FINE BAKKIIIES AND CON
FEOT10NERIES,in excellent locations, large
grocery store In Pittsburg, 9,080 or invoice, doing
yearly business of ilOO.OOO; smaller grocery stores,
$400 to 55, OU); cigar stores, small bakeries, confec
tioneries, boarding houses, drygoods and notion
stores, feed store, printing office and many other
business chances.forma!es or femalea: free par
tlculars. SHEPARDt CO.. 54 Fifth ave. od
Business Stands.
TTlOK SALE-R00O-WYLIE AVE.. S BOOMS
A1 and storeroom:- lot 21x139; a birgaln. BAL
TENSPERQER & WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth ave.
oc 10-44
FOR SALE-PENN AVE.. EAST END BUSI
NESS property, between Illland and Collins
aves.: lot 20x143 Ret to a street: will be sold at a
bargain if sold at once: enhancement certain.
SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO., 99 Fourth ave.
OC9-9
FOR SALE AN INVESTMENT-CORNER
lot fronting 60 ft. on Fifth ave. by 12) rt.
on another St., having thereon 3 three-story brick
buildings with two store fronts; abont 5 minutes
from the Court House: annual rental over (2,090
per year: will be sold cheap If sola at once.
THOS. LIGGETT. 114 Fonrth are. oclO-41-TTFSu
FOB. SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Ilones. Vehicles. Live Stock. tc
FOB SALE -AT JACKMAN'S, 530 YEKS
ave., Shetland pony: rare chance to get one
that Is handsome and well broken to saddle and
harness. ocli-SS
FOR SALE SECOND-HAND BAROUCHE.
as good as new. Can be seen at V. WEST Jfc
CO.'S, Carriage Makers, 420Duqnesneway, Pitta
burg, Pa. oclO-SS
Machinery and JUetal.i.
FOB SALE ENGINES AND BOU.EBS-N1SW
and refltted: repalrrngproinptlr attended to.
POBTEB FOUNDRY ANDMACU1NECO..L1M..
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. anl0-S
FOB SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes aud styles kept In stock, from
4 to 100b. p.; all refitted: good as new, at lowest
price?; mounted portable engines. 8 to 15 h. p.
3-25Parkway- J. S. YO UNO, Allegheny, Fa.
Ja3-92-MWV
FOB SALE- HOISTING ENGINES, NEW
and second band; wire and manllla rope, der
rick and fittings, hoisting tnbs and cars, clay and
ore nan", engines, boilers and machlnerr.
THOMAS CABUN'S SONS, Lacock and Sandnsky
sts.. Allegheny au5-17-JiWT
PERSONAL.
PERSONAL-MALTBys OYSTEB DEPOT,
late 76 Firth avenue, removed to Sll Smlth
jleld street; fresh oysters received dally; orders
filled at lowest prices. 1. B. UEMMERLE. Mgr.
sel-K-D
PERSONAL-BOOKS! BOOBS! BOOKS!
New and old. ancient and rcouern. standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30,000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK. STORE. 909
Liberty st. au3-93
PERSONAL -HIS .LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURNED: recently tbey bad not been on the
best of terms owing to a little family ar 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 DICKbON, the Tailor, 63
Firth ave., comer Wood St., second floor, and
now everything Is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns in their household. Telephone 1558.
SUA)
LOST.
LOST -SMALL. WHITE POODLE DOG -Finder
will be rewarded by returning same
to 52,S FD7TH AVE. oc 11-31
LOST-NEAR THE EXPOSITION-BETWEEN
12 and 1 o'clock on Thursday, a pocketbook
containing money and keys. Reward if returned
to b"f . JAMES HOTEL. ocll-82
LOST-OCTOBER 9, BETWEEN 9 AND 2
o'clock, envelope containing money.and pa
pers of no value except to owner: reward If re
turned. Apply to DISPATCH OFFICE. ocl0-77
FKOPOSALs.
NOTICE-PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED by the School Board of the Six
teenth ard, Pittsburg (Howard Dlstrict),until
OCTOBER 25, 1S89, for tbe refunding of J35.0CO
worth of bonds bearing 4 per cent interest, run
ning as follows, viz.: f7.00 in 1S91, J8.000 In
ISM and S10.000 In 1898. Tbe Board reserves tbe
right to reject any or all bids. Address bids 1 o
T. C. GRAHAM, Presidenr, No. 316 Thirty
ninth street, or H. NICHOLS. Secretary. Main
and Liberty avenue. Pittsburg. 0C4-6S-?
LEGAL NOTICES.
OFFICE OF FIDELITY TITLE AND TRUST
COMPANY". 121 AND 123 FOURTH AVENUE.
ESTATE OF WILLIAM MCAFEE, DECEASED
Notice Is hereby given that letters or ad
ministration on the estate of William McAfee, de
ceased, late of Allegheny City, Pa., have been
framed to the undersigned, to whom all persons
ndebtedtosaid estate are requested to make Im
mediate payment, and those having claims or de
mands against the same will make them known
without delay. FIDELITY TITLE AND TRUST
CO., Administrator. DAVID Q. EWINO. At
torney. l3-53-r
"TISTATE OF MARY L. BURNHAM,
XL deceased. Notice is hereby given that
letters of administration on the estate of Mrs.
Mary L. Burnham. deceased, late of the city of
Pittsburg, 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 or demands
against the same will make them known with
out delay. AVM. STEINMEYER. ears Third
iva auwai mm it, juvrnvnt, x-, (as'-ov-?
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tm LXT.
Sane Jte4 KeaMeweetk
mo LBr-TKHJM( W H BOOMS, ,
X and o-atfrf-MtiHM-: targe grounds; oa
HENRY JWBWM0HverA-crt W:
Soattetde. .
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AsonsBCHMa.
mO LET BNFUJWIrWBU BOOHS
KMB 0i
it. Fa-vSr
us&katJC
X housekeeping. -r howe. Ma
wh dwUhu- eanMM JPVn atxl TML
and l.lhtrtv ureeb. luMlre Of S.MUS&KA'
41 Fourth street. ocll--M
efices. Be Kmo. Are.
mO LET-IN THE"NZW FATCH BUILW-. ,
X INO, 7Ii, 77 and 7iH-e-l sweet, iwaociets",
roomiest and Dest-iMMea eatee m ae oth wm
city; rent, (maM'MpwaBnnB.Met-Miawi
trie llxhta. lanltsr aervlM sad sioam beat
Apply bctweea A. iu and 1 r. Jf.. orisetmj.
2aud4P. a. Vf9-m '
ACCTIO-S SALBH.
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ASSIGNEES' -SALE.
AT AUCTION
J. IT. BORLAND AnetJeaear. -.
Important to the pabtie. Tie stsefc" erf i
large drygoods toporstee besee, oerrWaVN
worth of foreign and domestic ArjgMafe,
pets, rugs, drogzete, etc. etc, by aatJoivat
J.H.BORLAND'S
Large and Spaetoss Coaomisalom KaaatVj
-4
NOS. 738 and 725 LIBERTY STBBT.S
at the bead of Wood street,. oppoatwttH A
oucjue Diocr, eeaaMseias
MONDAY, fJCTOBER U, J
Sales will commence dftHy at M A. If., 2 r,
and 7:30 P. 3L, and continue bem d to imtl
until the entire stock is dfepotttd. of, aad. 1
quantities to suit the purchaser. Cumiuitin, i
English, French and German Cloth sad Caa-
simereB, Beavers and Fine Overeoatwsst,
and Childrea's Fine Fancy Cleakiwp, J
India Kasimyr, Ileal CameU' Hair, 7a
and American Velvet Reversible aM.
fashionable and desirable Shawls. Taa
Brussels, Nottingham, Madras aad
Lace Curtains, Portieres, eta, ete.
DRESS GOODS
In great variety, such as Black ad
CnUmij
Bilks, Satins and Satin Raadamas. Figsred
Striped Brocades, etc, of Use latest deotgag.aasli
patterns. Blaei and Cowfed HeerfeMa CMfct
and Casbmeref, "finest imported," ahVflWfi'
Fancy Plaids, Tricots. Serges, Cea
Suits, Flue Bilk Flush Saiangs of ike Mast
designs in suits or by the yardVetvaM aaV
Velveteens. Irish, Scotch, German ad .
Linens of every description. Prist?, OtkafV
hams, Chambrajs, etri. Blenched ad tm
bleached Cottons from cae to three jads U,'
a large assortment of Ladies. Gsttts aad OaaV
American Blankets "of 'the tees fcsg.'V''
Flannels, Marseilles, Fresek
Turkish and other Choke QaHte.
a. larrn and elerant aasenmeBt at
Turkish. Oriental. Smyrna. Crosaley':
arru other rich and rare Rugs. PniatnaV ,
eta, with an immense variety of eaWgssaaf
tnn rtnmftrons tn mpntlon.
Tlita Is wlthnnt pxcentian thfl kmtf nla'aaV M
fine urygooaj, carpets ana iwtgs a
In Pittsburg; and is well worthy tka i
of the nubile cenerallV- Toe eaal
i ars vsaas
so SKMaaaHak3i '
aaafero staasc;
most be sold regardless of oastr vies ta. i i
order to make a prompt settieseat wB,.tfcai '
creditors.
All goods sold at teit tale poMMTtly
anteed and warranted as reDrosoelod.
Special accommodaties provided Jar
AUCTION SALENS
HOUSE AND LOT
SATURDAY, OCTOBER M, Mt,
At 2 o'clock P. JUob the promtnoa, at Maa-:
field Valley, oa tae Panhandle R- JL. S mm -
from the city. Thnhnnnnlnlirsn ini nniafnrt '
able, having 6 rooms, hall. ete. The lat Is tk." Z
xiyb ic. tren oi gooo. water at ana
Abundance of fruit, choice varieties; i
etc.. all in tooa reoairr nnd onlv 8 mi
walk from Mansfield station. Urates tao
Union station at-i p. x. Terms oa day ac at
I, i,, if. u. rAiiMjm. eg we Brown at.
ALEXANDI
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Auctioneers.-! WM st
A TTEJtCTTVB AUCnolw SALK, FTtSAY
XX. AiuiuxiiNU, uctooer iu au creteaK, a-.,
the rooms, 311 , Market at. Hanaaomn pause
suits in tuigusn rug; piuses,
tapestry and hair cloth, easy
couches, lounge?, fancy roeken.
taoies. ornaments, rugs, anno
tains, clotures. cIock8.!bmssels and In
drufTftets, aa
and iDfrjaJa.kaBVa
room and stair carpets: leather, patent,
ana woou-seat cnairs ana roosets; i
aesKg, cninoniers. cnamoer sumyi
aressers, wasnsianas, naiiraeics.
bedsteads, extension tables, decorated d4aanji
tea and toilet sets, fancy eonds. notiew. jaeaasfr
and children's garments.sbeddlBC hair aael,-
husc mattresses, caninets, stdeooaras, I
and kitchen eoods. etc. Goods new on initial i
tion. HENRY AUCTIOK.CO..
oclO-io As
AMUSEMENTS.
rRAUD OPERA HODSE
T E.D. WILT Lessee aadMaasgef ;
hew week;
Six nights. Wednesday nnd Saturday 1
Annual engagement of the fames
RUDOLPH ARQNSOMfj
COMIC OPERA- COMPjiKY,
Presenting the First Operatic Kotelty of 1
Season, I
THE -:- BRIEANDB !
a itsistssti.satttv9
: AS presented attne aotr xorKcaatseiar r
; !2o performances anal weeks lnjsostea.
'The original cast, including Lillian BnmnH Ai
TTannT Rlrt Isabella TTrnnharf- Anna; O'Keaf l '' '
Delia Staccy, Fred Solomon, Geo. OteLBIsb.
ard Carrol, Max Lube, Henry Leoni, Meaty,
xiaiiaai, a- vr. j.uuia mju uiuvis im iprww; 3
if.. n9 t.A mum nnil..tha rilra.lu aJ "to rJ
MAX FREEMAN. Musical DlreeW-Jte1S
niTHTAVRK'ERKER. J3
SEATS NOW ON" SALE. 4 -
Prices Parquet, 1 60; Parquet Circle, ML
Jl: Dress Circle, 75c, 50c; Gallery, 36c, oeU-U
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EXPOSITION.
GRAND WAGNER PROGRAMME fe
TO-NIGHT
BY THE FAMOUS T
Z .tf.
THIRTEENTH REGIMENT BAND ,
OF NEW YORK;
ocll
3t&4
B
UOO THEATER.
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TO-NIGHT.
TTiinvr.iw...i ti.. i.
STILL ALARMS!
Oct. 14 J. M. Hill's A Possible Case Cumitaa-f
OC7-K-MTTF
ri RAND OPERA. HODSE
TO-NIGHT.
HELEN BARRY, by special request, .
A WUMAK'S hlKAldljli.a. . t
October Hth.Rudolph Aronson Comic Opatal
uoinpany in rne tJTiganus." ocm-mi
TTARRIS' THEATER EVERY AFTMsWk
I I KUON and evening. .
WlLBUROPERACO. With SUSIE KXRWUtfJ
Frldav "THE BOHEMIAN GIRL." SattH-
day Matinee "NANON." Saturday algW V
"i'KJJMUJiS OU .UttiBlZ.UJMU.J'."
Week October 14-SHE.
TTARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
'io-nlght, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday
Saturday.
GUS HILL'S
WORLD OF NOVELTIHB. eM
TTTORLD'S MUSEUM
ALLEGHENY OTTY.
This week. Oct, 7,
ROSE. THE WILD G1SL.
Oct. 14-The Great World's Ctrcas. eaT-Hs
A. WniTELEY.
12BK THIRD AVE, TJPSTAXJI8.
ugaw Bnwn -n HnMfaftt ja
for 76 easts.
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