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SUNDAY, ITCiOTOBEB A8,v f 1888
DJ0ES HE CARE-FOE ME
'The Question That Rises at Some
Time in Every Man's Bosonii
WHY CHRIST CALLED MATTHEW.
He Eecognized a Good Man, Although Tcrj
CUEIST'S CEUSADE AGA1HST CASTE
iwEnrEs foe the dispatch.:
Sly subject this morning is the call of
, Matthew. St. Matthew himself in his gos
pel has told us the circumstances of his call.
"As Jesus went forth from thence," we
read. "He saw a man named Matthew sitting
at the receipt of custom, and He saith unto
him: Follow me. And he arose and fol
There is somethins significant in the-fact
that Christ saw Matthew at all.
It means that the Divine Reformer, in
His zeal for the bettering of man, never for
got men. He knew that society can be rep
resented onlr by the regeneration of the in
dividual. And if you will think of it, you
will see that He worked on that principle
always. He made no attempt to get power,
either ecclesiastical or civil. He never tried
to get any kind of laws passed. He made
no effort to organize a party. He took pains
' to keep away from crowds, and to keep
crowds away from Him. He seldom
preached to large congregations. On the
contrary, His way was to single out a man
here an'd another man there, as He chose
Matthew, and to influence that man, and to
C inspire him with His spirit and His truth,
and then to send the man ont to influence
That is the only way in which any perma
nent good work can be done in this world.
Men must be dealt with not as masses but as
men. This man must be won. and then an
other, and each made a center of quiet In
fluence. One of the best things .-bout this
way of doing good is that it is possible to
every one ol us. "We cannot all influence a
crowd, but we can each of us influence
somebody. "We cannot all mold public opin
ion, but we can each of us affect some
body's private opinion, and by and by that
becomes public opinion of the most perma
Who is there to whom as such as that is
impossible? Christ, passing by, saw Mat
thew, and recognized in him a man trho
needed help, and straightway set about help
ing him. You can do as much as that your
self. CHEIST SIXGLED OUT MATTHEW.
Christ, passing by, saw Matthew. He
had just been standing an the Capernaum
wharf with a great crowd about him; but
He had looked over all the upturned faces
and noticed this solitary man sitting at the
door of the custom house and listening.
There was no crowd big enough to hide a
man Irom Christ.
And Christ, as I was saying last Sunday,
came into this world not only to bring a
revelation, but to be a revelation. In Christ
we see God. And there is one question)
about God which we cannot help asking.
"We look out over human life and sec the
pain in it "We see the good suffering from
sickness, the strong arm which seems so
sorely needed is stricken down, the wise
lips on which men wait for guidance are
silenced, and accident comes, the dam
breaks as it did at Johnstown, the rivers
overflow as in Japan, the sea rises and the
waves engulf the shore, the rail parts and
over goes the train into the ditch, and there
is no distinction cf persons, the good and
bad, the helplul and vicious die together,
and we cannot help asking: Does God
care? Does God, looking out over the
masses of human beings which cover the
lace or the earth, distinguish at all between
them ? Does He care for me ?
That is one ot the irresistible questions.
And Christ has answered it He who came
to bring a revelation ot God has assured us
by His blessed words that not a sparrow
falls to the ground without God's knowledge.
And He who came to be the revelation of
revelations looked out over the multitude at
Capernum and saw Matthew; and many an
other time saw many another poor man or
woman needing His help and pity,and cared
for them. Christ, we have seen, was always
caring for the individual. And that means
that God is always caring for the individual.
In the face ot all the hard things which come
into man's experience, hold still to that
Somehow trust Christ that is true.
GOD DOES CAKE.
But when Christ saw Matthew He saw not
only an individual, but an individual of a
certain marked type. He saw not only a
.man, but a peculiar kind of man. He saw
a man whom the religious people of that
day, if they had chanced to look at him,
would have turned their backs on. He saw
e despised man, a man burdened with uni
versal unpopularity. Everybody hated
Matthew. Isobody could think of any
came too bad (or him.
Because Matthew was one who sat at the
receipt of customs. He was one of the Ca
pernaum revenue officers. The taxjcollector
has never in t ny country been a particu
larly welcome guest But in Judea he was
diluted on principle. 2ot only did he take
the people's money, and as much of it as he
could, and in a thousand vexatious ways,
but the money went ont of the country to a
foreign government, and that an alien to
their religion. Taxation touched the He
brew pocketbook, and that was bad enough.
But it outraced the Hebrew sense of justice;
it symbolized tyranny and idolatry; it was a
perpetual and exasperating reminder of
their loss oi civil and religious liberty, and
that emphasized their hatred. A tax gath
erer, was an oppressor and a thief and a
renegade and a traitor and an infidel and
in general a disreputable ra&czl. .No
money out of the publicans' strong
, box could go into the Temple treas
ury. No money changer would change
-;it I cannot think that the opportunity to
Jget any of it forthe temple treasury came very
often; but when itdid No! There was not
.water enough iu all the Sea of Galilee to
make the coin clean which had been
clenched in the hand of the publican. The
publicans wereshutout of everything. The
orthodox and loyal had no use for them,
either political, ecclesistical or social.
ASD MATTHEW WAS A PUBLICAN.
And yet Christ saw Matthew, and was at
once interested in Matthew, and all the
prejudice of all the people of Palestine
affected Him not for an instant
We hardly know which to wonder at
ihe most, as we study the life of Christ:
whether at the people whom He chose, or at
,' the people whom He did not choose. He
behaved himself upon principles so opposite
to those which were current in His trial,
upon principles which even to-day are not
understood very generally and certainly
; not acted upon very generally that
one cannot "predict beforehand, even
after following Him closely, what He will
Kty or what He will do. He meets a Samari
tan woman beside a well where He has
stopped to ret She is a Samaritan, and a
woman, and having bad five husbands is
Jiving now with a man who is not her hus
band. Here are three damaging facts, any
one of which would have turned away the
widest-minded rabbi of that day. Christ en
gages her in conversation.and makes knowD
to her the proloundest religious truth He
has to teach. One nicht there comes to Him
n-man named Nicodemus, a ruler of the
Jews. This map is impressed and partly
persuaded. He is a person of authority and
influence. Eere is a great chance lor the
Master to strengthen his position, to gain
His way amongthe church leaders to get the
prestige of influential patronage. He gives
JSTicodemui no enconragement He tells him
thifie must first be born again. It is the
same when a young enthusiastic convert,
having great possessions, comes to
Him." Here is an opportunity
again to help on the cause'
I suppose that money meant just as much
in those days as it dots now. Here was a
man of money, all ready by a little easy
management to be brought into the church.
At ouce Christ puts him to the severest
kind ,of test And the young man goes
away sorrowful, carrying all his money
A WOKDEEFCL STUDY.
And now here is Matthew Matthew the
publican. Christ could have done nothing
more evidently impolitic than to take this
man, with no reputation except a bad
one with no contribution to make to the
cause except the contribution of increased
unpopularity, into His company. He
knew perfectly well what a talk it would
make. His name was already none too
good among the Rabbis for His folio wings
with questionable people. But actually to
take this publican into tbe circle of His inti
mate disciples, Christ knew perfectly well,
when he did that, that the whole religious
and social world would be scandalized by it
I do not find, however, that that made
any difference to Him. Christ was essen
tially and conscientiously democratic. He
recognized a man wherever He found him;
and when He found a man He paid no atten
tion to his dress, or his house; or his bank
account or his position or the popularity or
the prejudice which surroundedhim. That
is what brotherhood means. Brotherhood is
not simply a kindly feeling of the rich to
ward the poor, it is not merely a touch of
charity in the hearl of virtue at the sight of
vice, it is not satisfied by methods of co
operation or by settlements by arbitration;
brotherhood begins with a recognition of
manhood and womanhood. The way out in
these unbrotherly days is along the path of
sympathy; that is of genuine fellow-feeling.
Any consideration of aristocracy which
keeps a man from recognizing another man
as big, as good as himself because he works
in a mill, which keeps a woman from recog
nizing the equal worth of another woman
because she sells cloth by the yard behind a
counter is unchristian. Christ came to
drive that detestable feeling out of the
world. I suppose you know that "phari
see" means "one who separates himself."
Christ preferred this despised publican OTer
all the pharisees in Judea.
OFFICE OF COUXTY CONTROLLER,
PITTSBURG, October 11, 1SS9. S
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at this office until 4 o'clock P. it
THURSDAY, October 17, 1S89, for widenine
and extending approaches to bridge over Char
tiers creek at AlcCabcs. Bids to be by tbe lamp
sum lor work complete. Work to be completed
on or before December 1, 18S9. Hpecihcatlons
can be seen at the office of the County Engi
neer artor MONDAY, October 14, 1SS9.
Bidders should visit site before biddinc-
JOSIAH SPEER, '
ocl2-33 County Controller.
SEALED PROPOSALS "WILL BE RE
CEIVED by the undersigned, at the Mer
chants and Manufacturers' Bank, at Detroit,
Jlich., until OCTOBER 20, lbS9, at 12 o'clock
noon, for the purchase of 50.000 of the Baraga
Graphite Mining Company's 6 per cent Urst
mortgage coupon bonds, in sums of $500 and
upward, reserving the right to reject any or
all bids. The property consists of SsO acres of
laud in Baraga count v, Mich., with a vein of
graphite or black lead 170 feet in thickness now
vtorkinc, and a personal guarantee given by, a
good party if required.
Fnrther information given on inquiring of
Fred Carlisle, 51 Campau Building, Detroit,
Mich. F. CARLISLE fc CO.
J. H. BORLAND, Auctioneer.
Important to the public. The stock of a
large drygoods importing house, over $159,000
worth of foreign and domestic drygoods, iar
pets, rugs, druggets, eta, eta, by auction, at
J. H. BORLAND'S
Large and Spacious Commission Rooms,
NOS. 723 and 725 LIBERTY STREET,
at tbe head of Wood street; opposite theAr
buckle block, commencing
MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1889.
Sales will commence daily at 10 A. M., 2 P. IT.
and 720 p. M., and continne from day to day
until the entire stock is disposed of, and In
quantities to suit the purchaser. Consisting of
English, French and German Cloths and Cas
simeres. Beavers and Fine Overcoatings, Ladies
and Children's Fine Fancy Cloakings, Broche,
India Kashmyr, Real Camels' Hair, French
and American Velvet Reversible and other
fashionable and desirable Shawls. Tambour,
Brussels, Nottingham, Madras and Antique
Lace Curtains, Portieres, eta, eta
In great variety, such as Black and Colored
Silks, Satins and Satin Rhadamas. Figured and
Striped Brocades, eta, of the latest designs and
patterns. Black and Colored Henrietta Cloths
and Cashmeres, "finest imported," all-wool
Fancy Plaids, Tricots, Serges, Combination
Suits, Fine Silk Plush Suitings of the latest
designs in suits or by the yard. Velvets and
Velveteens. Irish, ScotchyGerman and French
Linens ot every description. Prints, Ging
hams, Chambrays, eta. Bleached and Un
bleached Cottons from one to three yards wide,
a large assortment of Ladies. Gents and Chil
dren's Hosiery, Underwear, eta English and
American Blankets "of tbe finest makes."
Flannels, Marseilles. French Reversible?,
Turkish and other Choice Quilts, together with
a large and elecant assortment of Carpets,
Turkish, Oriental, Smyrna. Crosley's Velvet
and other rich and rare Rugs, Druggets, eta,
eta, with an immense variety of other goods
too numerous to mention.
This is without exception the largest sale of
Fine Drycoods, Carpets and Rugs ever offered
in Pittsburg, and is well worthy the attention
of the public generally. The entire stock
must bo sold regardless of cost or tirice in
order to make a prompt settlement tuUi the
All goods sold at this sale positively guar
anteed and warranted as represented.
Special accommodations provided for ladies.
BY HENRY AUCTION CO.. LLM.
AT AUCTION-50 SECOND-HAND CAR.
PETS, chamber furniture, eta. from a
large hotel, TUESDAY MORNING, October
15, at 10 o'clock, at the rooms, No. 311 Market
street. Oak, cherry and walnut chamber suits,
bedsteads, bureaus, washstands, wardrobes,
cupboards, tables, chairs, rockers, lounges,
couches, chiffoniers, mirrors, pictures, shade',
door and window curtains, 2 very large hand
some parlor suits, hallracks, bookcases, desks,
cabinets, ornaments, bedding, hair and husk
mattresses, springs, blankets, druggets, rugs,
china, glass and delf ware, toilet sets,sifleboard,
cookit g range and utensils, kitchen table and
chairs, tinware and kitchen goods, and mo
quette. velvet and Brussels carpets. HENRY
AtJCTION CO.. LI.M., Auctioneers. OC13-S5
An Army of Renters Seeking Homes
and Business Houses at
The East Pittsburg Improvement Company
has invested large sums of money in laying out
the town of
And in furnishing it with the most complete
and extensive system of pnblic improvements
in Allegheny county, outside the cities, includ
ing sidewalks, sewers, water, natural gas and
electric lights, and it now takes pleasure in
calling the attention of wide-awake builders
and investors to the opportunity afforded them
by the great and growing demand for resi
dences and business bouses at Wilmerding.
This demand comes especially from young and
enterprising men and firms who have not euffi
cient capital to both build and stock large
stores, but who are able and willing to pay a
handsome rent for adequate facilities, or pur
chase buildings ontricht on long time. Many
houses are now in course of construction, but
not enough to fill 10 per cent of the require
ments. Information as to tbe kind and size ot houses
in greatest demand cheerfully furnished by
the company, and special prices given on lots
sold for immediate improvement.
For further particulars call on or address
East Pittsburglmprovement Co.
au21-W3u i PITTSBURG. PA.
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menit on this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, eta, ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken Jor lest than fifty -xnXs.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient ad vertisements 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 Tips D18
THOMAS MCCAFFBKY, SK9 Butler street.
EMIL G. STUCKEY, 54th street and Penn ave.
E. G. STDCKEY & CO., Wylle ave. andFultonst
N. STUKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
JACOB SFOHN. No. ICarson street.
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAEKCHEK, S3 Federal street.
H. J. McBKIDE. Market House, Allegheny.
FRKD H. EGGEES. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEES & SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
3. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENKY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. "W. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
l'EEKYM. GLEIM. Kebeccaand Allegheny aves.
W. "W. FLOCEER, Stationer. No. 4 Grant ave.
WAN1ED-A BKICKLAYEB. APPLY TO
BOBEKT MCFABLAND, Sewlckley. Pa.,
P., Ft. W. AC. By. OC13-I8
-rTTANTED-FOK BKICKYAHD-A GOOD
TT second-hand tempering wheel. Address
A. A., Dispatch office. OC13-97
highest salary paid to right man. M. J.
SM1T, 311 Smtthfield St. ocU-137
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED PACKER (Itr
boots and shoes. Apply at once at 110
MARKET STREET, city. OC13-K
WANTED-AN ACTIVE. EXPERIENCED
salesman for family tea trade. Address
UTILITY, Dispatch office. OC12-M
WANTED-S) DITCHER'S APPLY AT DE
HAV-EN station P. W.B. B .: wages SI 50
and V. 75. n. F. GETTLEMAN, Contractor.
WANTED-3 FIRST-CLASS ENTERPRISING
real estate salesmen: liberal commission.
ALLES & BAILEY, 104 Fourth ave. Teh 167.
-TTTANTED-AT ONOE-TEN GOOD LATH
VV ERS. Inquire of JOHN BEATTY. at resi
dence, Grazier street, near Dallas avenue, E. E.
TTTANTED-SALESMAN TO SELL GOODS Br
V sample: good salary paid. Write to CEN-
TENNIALMFG. CO., Cincinnati, O.. or Chicago.
W A N T E D RELIABLE. SOBER DRUG
clerk: none others need apply: married
man preferred. Address NOTB1VE, Leader office.
-rTTANTED-AT ONCE 2 GOOD TINNERS.
VY Inquire at F. A.KRlSUKORN'S,ZeUenople,
Pa., or GUST FRISHKORN, 47 Federal St., Alle
XTrANTED-A HAMMERMAN FOR MEDIUM
TT and small sizes tool steel: mustbeagood
workman and steady. Address HAMMERMAM,
Dispatch office. oclO-23
WA.NTED A YOUNG MAN ABOUT 17 AS
shlpptrtfc clerk and to assist in office. Apply
CRESCENT FOUNDRY, South ave. and Mason
St., Allegheny. 0C15-155
-VTTANTED-IOOMEN LAYING WATER PIPES
V In Allegheny City. Inquire in Bldwell
street; steady work for good men. T. M. SOA.N
LON, Contractor, OC13-S3
WANTED-UBUG CLERK-QUALIFIED AS
SISTANT; one speaking German nre
ferred: state references. Address "BARBA
DOE." Dispatch office. OC13-34
WANTED-TWO YOUNG MEN OP GOOD
address: will pav salary at the start. Call
Monday at the Hotel Albemarle bet. Sand 9 A. M.
and ask for MCLURE, Room 113. OC13-23
WANTED-A GOOD CANDYMAKER TO
work on plain goods. Address CANDY.
Dispatch office. Pittsburg, Pa., stating amount of
experience, with whom employed and reference.
-T7"ANTED AGENTS-LATEST NOVELTY
VV in hitching devices; so knots to tie (self
lock): great Invention: 68 orders taken in one day;
agents wanted at once. S. L SILSBY, Qulncy,
WANTED COMPETENT SALESMAN FOB
wholesale business: must be well acquaint
ed with city and surrnundlng trade: none but
arst-class man need apply. Address M., P. O. B.
313, city. oclS-5
WANTED-A LIVE MAN, OF GOOD AD
DRESS, for our sales department: nosltion
permanent and pay good for right party; early
application necessary. P. WARD, Room 2. 1035
WANTED-A FEW MORE GENTLEMEN TO
engage with us: permanent and pving po
sitions to the right men. Apply to the general
agent's office with GEO. S. MARTIN & CO.. 105
Fourth ave. ocl3-7
WANTED BILL CLEBK MUST HAVE
thorough knowledse of wholesale grocery
bnslness; rapid and correct in calculations and
Sood penman; none others need apply. Address
0X517. city. OC13-70
WANTED-A FEW MORE STUDENTS IN
practical bookkeeping, as taught by ex
perienced expert accountants who are now ac
tively engaged In that line of business. W.
WOOLSEY, 163 Fifth avenue. OC13-13S
WASTED A MAN "TO LATr OUT" OR
DERS In the lamp and glass and queens
ware business: none but those hating experience
need apply to THE J. P. SMITH LAMP GLASS
AND CHIN A COMPANY,, 935 Penn ave. oclS-68
WANTED-ENERGET1C AGENTS-S50 PER
week cleared with our goods, and a 835 gold
watch to each agent buying (200 worth gooas In
Sroonfis. Address, with stamp. CUNNINGHAM
&TARR, Manorjllle, Armstrong co.. Pa. OC13-67
TrANTED-FOR THE UNITED STATES
V army, able-bodied, unmarried men, between
the ages of 21 and 35 years; good pay, rations,
clothing and medical attendance. Apply at NO
915 PENN AVENUE, Plttsbnrg. Pa.
YITANTED-DETECTTVES IN EVERY COUJN
YV TY; shrewd men to act under Instruction
In our secret service: experience not neccssarv;
send 2-cent stamp. ORANNAN DETECTIVE
BUREAU CO., Arcade, Cincinnati, O.
XTTANTED-A YOUNG MAN. TO SOLICIT
V lor a standard typewriter and snpplles In
Pittsburg and vicinity: a good position for the
right man. Address, with references and salary
desired, TYPEWRITER, Box S53, Pittsburg.
ANTED-BUS1NESS 3IEN AT SMART'S
COLLEGE. NO. 4 Sixth St.: exnert book
keeping and balancing, arithmetic penmanship,
shorthand and typewriting taught thoroughly for
5 per month to ladies and gentlemen: open dally
from 9 A. M. to 9 r. M. OC12-65-TTS8U
WANTED-IMMEDIATELY, YOUNG MAN
(about 22) as deliverer and collector for
serial publications: must havet25 cash security
and be well acquainted with location of streets in
both cities: call after 9 Monday. H. A. SCHROE
DER, No. 5 seventh ave. ocl3-S
WANTED MALE HELF-SM SALARY, S40
expenses in advance allowed each month.
Steady emploTment at home or traveling. No
soliciting. Duties delivering and making collec
tions. No postal cards. Address with stamp,
HAFER & CO., Piqua, Ohio. ocS-68-TT8Su
WA N T E D-ADVERTISING SOL1CITOR
also, drug clerk; every competent person
wanting a professional or clerical situation Bhonld
register free with us; we supply business bouses
with bookkeepers, clerks, etc;, without charge.
COMMERCIAL AGENCY, 163 Filth avenue.
-TTTANTED AMATEURS (TALENTED) S
VY ladies, 8 gentlemen: first-class company,
good salary, expenses, long season, advancement
when competent, wardrobe and R. R. tickets fur
nished. Address (by letter only), inclosing
stamp, THEATRICAL, care Storck & Thorns,
Chicago, III. QC13-110
WANTED-CANVASSERS AND GENERAL
agents everywhere to sell a ladles' patent
adlustatnesboe: over one million pair sold In New
England: every lady purchases at sight: large
? routs, exclusive territory. Address, with stamp,
AYLOK ADJUSTABLE SHOE STORE, No. 19
Euclid ave., Cleveland, Ohio. oc6-7B-rrssu
ING work and employers and all others
who may wish to employ bricklayers should regis
ter such wants, free of charge, at the headquarters
or the INDUSTRIAL MUTUAL BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, 93 Fourth ave., flrst floor front.
Open until 9 F. JI. Saturdays. oclI-80-uwi'Su
WANTED MEN OF EXPERIENCE-WITH
good references, to canvass the city for a
work on advertising and printing: exclusive ter
ritory; the work has been subscribed for by the
most prominent merchants throughout the country-something
a man can be proud to handle.
Address P. O. BOX 3237. Boston, Mass. oc!3-71
WANTED-AGENTS TO SELL OUR NON
EVAPORATING. non-freezing chemical Ore
pall, patented: exclusive territory given: sells to
factories, hotels, business blocks, dwellings, etc:
an entirely new thing and sells on sight: Indorsed
N. E. Insurance Ex.. Factory Mut. Ins. Cos., Chi
cago Underwriters' Association, etc ; sample nail,
price list, etc sent on receipt or!2. Address THE
WORCESTER FIRE APPLIANCE CO. (Incor
porated, No. 38 Front street, Worcester, Mass.
to handle the new patent chemical luk eras
ing pencil; greatest novelty ever produced;
erases Ink in two seconds: no abrasion of paper;
200 to 500 per cent profit: one agent's sales
amounted to f820 00 In six days another S2 00 In
two hours; territory absolutely free: salary to
good men; no ladies need answer; sample 33 cts.
For terms and full particulars, address, THE
MONBOE ttks-rp.k CO., manufacturers, La
Crosse, Wis, ocl2-
ANTED FIRST-CLASS BARBER. AD-
DHE33 BOX 95, Gallltzln. Pa. ow-co .
ANTED-GOOD PIANO PLAYER AT
NEW SIXTH ST. MUSEUM. ocw-w
WANTED -DRIVER. ADDRESS WITH
reference, DRIVER, Dispatch office.
-TTTANTED LABORERS IN DINWIDD1E
VV street. Inquire on the work. T. M. 8CAN
LON, Contractor. OC13-4S
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS GIRL TO SEW
on custom coats. 525 SMITHF1ELD ST.
ANTED RELIABLE GIRL FOR GEN
ERAL housework In a small family: must
understand cooking; good wages. Apply 1SS l-O-CUSr
ST., Allegheny City. OC13-69
-TTTANTED-LADY AGENTS FOR THE NEW
V V hygela corset; most satisfactory and best
money making article out. For terms, etc., apply
to WESTERN CORSET CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Just out, offers unusual Inducements
to active business women; apply at once. EX
CELSIOR CORSET CO., 28 Church St., New York.
TITANTED-IN A SMALL FAMILY-A FIRST-
V V CLASS cook who can assist in washing and
ironing: reference required. Call Monday, 14th,
N. E. COR. FIFTH AND BIDWELL STB., E. E.
TTTANTED-A RELIABLE GIBL AS NURSE
W in a family at Shad ysldc, with three chil
dren (between 4 and 10 years of age); highest
reference required. Address OFFICE 23, care
carrier No. 5, city. ocl3-12
WANTED 25 GIRLS AT GARNIER'S
dressmaking and cutting school, 34
CHURCH AVE., Allegheny: wages paid after
three months' tuition: balfprice next week; dress
making at reduced rates. ocl3-35
TTJANTED-TO EMPLOY A FEW LADIES,
T V on salary, to take charge of my business at
their homes; entirely unobjectionable; light: very
fascinating and healthful: no talking required;
permaneut position: wages 810 per week in ad
vance; good pay for part time; my references In
clude some ot the best well-known people of Lou
isville, Cincinnati, Pittsburg and elsewhere. Ad
dress with stamp, MRS. MARION WALKER,
Fourth and Chestnut sts., Louisville, Ky.
Blalo nnd Female flelD.
WAN TED-LADIES AND GENTLEMEN TO
earn 13 to S5 a day: no canvassing. For
particulars address, with stamp, CRYSTALIZED
PHOTO CO., 112 W. Sixth St., Cincinnati, O.
VrTANTED-PERSONS WHO ABE WILLING
V V to quallry themselves for positions as sten
ographers and typewriters. Address or call on
MARTIN'S SHORTHAND SCHOOL, 411 Wood st.
WANTED-AGENTS, MALE OR FEMALE,
In all country towns, to sell photograph
albums: latest designs for tall trade just received;
big profits aud quick returns to energetic agents;
write terms, etc. UNION PUBLISHING CO.,
103 Fourth ave. se22-80 ttfsu
WANTED VESTMAKER WANTS VESTS
to make at home: first-class work guaran
teed. Address M. J., Dispatch office. OC13-81
TTANTED BY AN EXPERIENCED OPERA
NT TOR on wood working machinery position
In planing mill. Address W, Dispatch office.
WANTED-S1TUATION AS CUTTER; TWO
years ami six months experience; good
recommendations aud references: good reason for
leaving last place. B. B Dispatch office.
to take an active Interest In a light manu
facturlnE business. Including a specialty on which
we coutrol the market. Address MONOPOLY,
Dispatch office. oclt-145
Itoomi, Booses. Etc,
WANTED-FDRNI3HED HOUSE, BY A
young couple without children. Address
D. W., Dispatch office, stating location, rental,
etc., etc. oc9-20
TTTANTED-NICELY FURNISHED ROOM,
T V within easy walking distance of postoffice,
for gentleman and wife; private family preferred.
Address ROOMS, Dispatch office. oclS-4
WANTED-TO BENT HOUSE OF ABOUT 10
rooms, with modern improvements and
stable; East End preferred; state price and loca
tion. Address RENTER, Dispatch office. OC12-27
WANTED-BY COUPLE WITHOUT CHIL
DREN, and first-class references, a fur
nished house in Sewlckley or East End; would
rent for a year. Address W. A., Dispatch office,
Boarders and Lodgers.
WANTED-PERMANENT BOARDERS TO
live in a pleasant house In Wilklnsburg. 3
mln. from station. Address MISS KATE HART
LEY, P. O. Box 124, Wilklnsburg, Pa. ocl2--eu
TJITANTED-TO LOAN MONEYAT 4K, 6 AND
TT 6 per cent free ol tax. W. C. STEWART:
114 Fourth ave.
TT in sums to suit at 4X, 5 and 6 per cent,
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
WANTED -MORTG AGES-ll. 000, 000 TO LOAN
In large and small amounts at 4H, 5 and 6
per cent, iree or state tax: no aeiay. itiscu a.
COY LEA CO., 131 Fourth ave.
WANTED MORTGAGES IN LARGE OB
small amounts on Improved city or Alle
gheny county property at 4 . 5 and 6 per cent,
THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fonrth ave. ocl3-123-TTSSu
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY ON MOET
GAGES on Improved real estate In sums
of $500 and upward at 4 i and 6 per cent. L. O.
FEAZIER, Forty-fifth and Butler sts.
"TTTANTED MORTGAGES L 000, 000TO LOAN
T T on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
6 per cent, and on farms In Allegheny and aqja
cent counties at C per cent, 1. M. PENNOCKT &
SON, 105 Fourth avenue. ap7-f41
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY WE HAVE
over one million dollars to loan on city and
suburban property at 4M per cent; no tax: we
will also loan money on improved farms in Alle
gheny, Beaver, Fayette, Washington and West
moreland countIes;auy marketable security taken
for loans of any amount. BLACK A BAIRD, 95
Fourth ave. Je3-a9-su
WANTED-GOOD SECOND-HAND LETTER
press; cheap. Address A. J. J., Dispatch
ANTED-A THOEOUGHBBED SCOTCH
terrier pup: pedigree guaranteed. Address
P. O. BOX 64, Brlnton, Allegheny co., Pa. ocW-10
T17 ANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKEE'S
V dozen (13) of Stewart & Co. 's fine cabinet
photos for 81, at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
WANTED-GENTLEMEN Wno DESIRE A
wife or lively correspondent, to address
with stamD, THE UNION CORRESPONDING
CLUB. Lock Box 741. Plttsbnrg, Pa. OC13-H9
WANTED-PERSONS DESIROUS OF PUR
CHASING writing machines to call and ex
amine the unequaled Remington as recently Im
proved. A. M. MARTIN, 412 Wood st, ocl3-83
WANTED-TO EXCHA N G E A WELL-BROKE
English setter dog. 2 years old, kind and a
good watchdog; will exchange him for a good b.l.
shotgun. Address SHOTGUN, Dispatch office.
WANTED TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one In the club at 1 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX 501, and 1 will call and snow you the watch.
WANTED-PERSONS TO KNOW THAT BT
agreeing to pay 81 per week you can get
possession or fine gold or silver watches, clocks,
jewelry, diamonds, silver ware, etc. J. M1TSCH,
130 Federal st., Allegheny, Pa. selS-Mwrsu
"TTTANTED-BY rEABSON, LEADING PHO
VV TOGRAPHEB, 96 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at 1 SO per
dozen; photos delivered when promised; Instan
taneous process. mhl3-63
TrrANTED-lRON AND GLASS WOBKERS
TV to take notice where employment Is steady,
at Cochran station, and purchase cheap lots In
the Patterson Plan; cheap; on easv terms; month
ly or yearly payments. J. K. WYL1E, Agent,
Duquesne, Pa., or No. 8 Wood street, room 5,
Plttsbnrg. Pa. oc!2-92
FOR SALE IMPROVED HEAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-CHEAP MABION ST. BBICK,
having 6 rooms, hall, marble mantels, nat.
and art. gas; lot 24x104. J. R. COOPER & CO.,
107 Fourth avenue. ocl2-33
FOR 8ALE-82,600-EASY TERMS: WYLIE
ave.; almost new brick house. 7 rooms, hall,
marble mantels, both gases, etc. J. R. COOPER
& CO., 107 Fourth ave. OC12-35
FOR SALE-ONLY 8,000 FOR A PROPERTY
In the Seventh ward that will rent readily
for 8900 per year: for description and location call
on J. R. COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-ON COLWELL ST.. NEAR
Dinwiddle, 2-sty. brick dwelling. 6 rooms,
n. and a. gas; in good condition: a bargain; lot
20x100 to alley. J. C. BEILLY, 77 Diamond at.
brick, 7 rooms, hall, vestibule, both
gases; house In flrst-class repair; low price to
quick buyer, sj. Bw COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth
FOR SALE-GOOD FOUR-BOOH HOUSE,
good cellar and finished attic, -on Firth ave
nue, a short distance east or Soho street; lot runs
through to another street; can build on the other
end; tbe house Is in good condition, has natural
gas and water indoors: on line of cable cars; price
&EO0. O. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue, ocfs-118
FOB SALE-LOT 24X105 FEET, COB. TAYLOR
and Minerva St., with framehouse, 3 rooms
and small storeroom, 81000; lot 30x60 Arch St.,
1 welftn ward, with frame house, 6 rooms, hall.
good cellar. Inside abutters, cedar St., (2.000: lot
22x100, Dauphin St., Nineteenth ward, with frame
house, 8 rooms, hall and finished attic, fi.000. D.
BEUEN SONS. 4112 Paun are. ' oclMiO-
FOB SALE-IMPEOYED REAL ESTATE
East End Residences.
FOR 8ALE-M500-3U3STANTIAL BBICK
dwelling containing 8 rooms and all conven
iences, well located in Shadyside. W. C. STEW
ART, 114 Fourth ave. sel-13-Su
"PWR 8ALE-t9,000-EW QUEEN ANNE
X' brick dwelling, containing 10 rooms and all
covenlences: lot 47x148; the best property for the
monev in Shadyside. Vf'. C. OTEWART. U4
FOR 8 ALE-SHADYS1DE DWELLING, WAL
, . NUTst.; a2-story frame of 7 rooms and fin
ished attic, hall. h. 4 c. water, gas, etc.! call and
get full particulars. BLACK i 1JAIHD, 95 Fourth
avenue. 3A-147. ocl3-71
FOR SALE-3 PROPERTIES ON NORTH AND
South Hlland aves.. that are very desirable
properties, and range in price from 89, POO to
15,000: ibey are well located and cheap. C. H.
LOVE, 93 Fourth ave. ocl3-U
FOR SALE-MEADOW ST., NEW FRAME
house of 7 rooms, reception hall, shlna closet,
two finished attic rooms, both gases, porches,
good cellar, etc. : lot 24x100 to alley. J. R. COOPER
& CO., 107 Fourth ave. ocl2-35
TTlOR SALE-A HILAND AVENUE BESI
X' DENCE at a moderate price and less than
value, as the owner's business is such that be can
nut live in it, his business being away from the
city. c. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue.
WOOD street, near Cable place, a 2-story
brick dwelling of Grooms, ball, laundry, front
porch; other convenlenees; large lot 95x123 to an
alley. BLACK ft BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 2D-83.
I710R SALE-830,0C0-NEW AND SUBSTAN
- T1AL brick residence, containing 12 large
rooms and all conveniences; lot 114x400 ft: this is
one of tbe finest located and cheapest pieces of
property in Shadyside. W. a STEWART, 114
Fourth ave. auK-11-su
FOR SALE-SYLVAN AVE., NEABBOOUET
St., new frame house 7 rooms, hall, vestibule,
large pantry, h. and c. water;handsomely grained
and painted; large porches: slate mantels; whole
house complete In every way. J.B. COOPER &
CO., 107 Fourth ave. ocl2-35
FOR SALE BOQUET ST., OAKLAND, ON
line or new electric road; new press brick
dwelling, 6 rooms, finished attic-double parlors,
hall, bath, range w.c, tile hearths, well finished
large porches, etc; lot 24x175. J.R. COOPER ft
CO., 1OT Fourth ave. OC12-35
FOR SALE-ELEGANT 9-ROOM HOUSE;
large, handsome grounds; everything In per
fect order: 10 minutes' ride by i cable from center
of city: will take smaller house or good vacant
round In exchange: cheap t 310,000. CHARLES
OMER3 ft COH 313 Wood st- dcS-77-TuFSSU
FOR SALE-111,000, ON EASY PAYMENTS: A
new Queen Anne brick dwelling, containing
12 rooms, all conveniences, fine gas fixtures, and
is elegantly papered: lot 55x175 feet; located In the
heart of the East End, on one of the main avenues.
W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. aull-66-SU
FOR SALE-FIFTH AVE., NEAR SHADY
lane, a very desirable home at a very low figure;
11 rooms, with all modern Improvements; nearly
new; stable on lot; this is a very fine residence
and Is worth more than we are now asking: lot
55x100. J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond st. OC13-1S0
FOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN-ON THE COR
NER of two prominent spared aves. in the
East End; lot 46x198: elegant brick house, recep
tion hall, 9 rooms and'flnished attic, with cedar
room, large drying room and servants' room,
basement laundry, electric bells. In short, com
plete In every respect. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114
Fourth ave. ' DC13-128-TTBSU
FOR SALE-SCIOTO STREET, NEAR GROSS
street, Twentieth ward, new substantial
frame dwelling 5 rooms, finished attic hall, vesti
bule, inside shutters, front and rear porcnes: lot
22x110 feet to alley; convenient to station; price,
2, TOO; terms very easy. L. O. FEAZIER, Forty
fifth and Butler sts. ocU-87-tufsu
FOR 3 ALE A PRETTY HOME IN THE EAST
End; paved Street, well sewered, and only a
short distance from the railroad; a Queen Anne
dwelling containing 9 commodious roomsrecep
tlon hall, range, bath, laundry, all the latest Im
proved conveniences: large lot: 81.000 cash, bal
ance to suit, BLACK ft BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-A COMPLETE AND MODERN
brick dwelling 8 rooms, attic, hall, vestibule,
bathroom, h. aud c. water. Inside w. c, slate
mantels, electric bells, laundry, sliding doors,
slate roof, etc.: corner lot, 2-5x110, located on
Penn ave. Twentieth ward; traction line passes
door; price 87.000; terms easy. L. O. FRAZIER,
Forty-fl Ith and Butler sts. ocll-87-TuFSU
FOR SALE-ON COR. EDWIN AND ELWOOD
sts.; lot 89 it. front 120 ft. deep to 20-ft. alley;
new frame house of 8 rooms, reception hall,
basement, lanndry, good sewerage, elegant front
aud side porches, good neighborhood, one square
from Hlland ave.: abt. 2 minutes' walk from
Fifth ave. cable cars: complete in every respect:
only $3,750. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth
ave. ' OC13-127-HWF8SU
FOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN TO PROMPT
buyer Boquct street, Oakland, 3-story and
mansard brick; 9 rooms, bath, laundry, range
aud all equipments, comprising an elegant finish
and perfect arrangement for comfort; street now
being paved with asphaltum, and all street im
provements to be paid by present owner; electrlo
cars will pass the property, which with street Im
provements now being executed, will add largely
to present values, for a complete home in desira
ble and convenient locality, we recommend this:
price 86,000. CHARLES BOMERS ft CO.. 313
Wood si. OC13-113
FOB SALE-WASHINGTON STREET, ALLE
GHENY, brick residence 8 rooms; bath
room, etc.; aU conveniences: price 83,500: easy
terms. This Is a bargain. W. W. MCNEILL ft
BEO., 105 Fourth ave. 0C13-83
FORSALE-10 PEB CENTTNVESTMENT-9-room
brlckbouse.ln Fourth ward. Allegheny;
all modern Improvements; in good repair: price
gooo: enhancement in value certain. W. W.
CNEILL ft BBO., 105 Fourth ave. ocW-83-
FOR SALE A FINE 2-STOHY FBAME
honsc Just completed, of 8 rooms, hall, front
Sorch, slate mantels, and has lot 60 ft. front on
allfornlaave., Allegheny, by 165 to Colorado st.
THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE MORRISON AVE.. ALLEGHENY,
convenient to street cars and market house;
elegant new 8 room frame house large lot, nice
norches: this nrooertv must be sold: mice low:
terms to suit. W. W. MCNEILL ft BEO., 105
FOB SALE-89.250-THAT ELEGANT NEW
and substantial press brick dwelling (never
occupied), containing 9 rooms, batb, stationary
washstands, laundry, cement cellar and all Im
provements, located on Ackley St., bead ot
Monterey St., Allegheny. W. C. STEWART. U4
Fourth ave. ap21-19-su
FOR SALE-A "VERY DESIRABLE RESI
DENCE, Clifton ave.. Second ward, Alle
gheny, near street cars and electric road. 8 rooms,
hall, sliding doOrs between hall, parlor and dining
room, inside shutters, porches, front and rear,
fine mantels, nat. and art. gas, bath, inside w. c,
range and laundry, etc.: this bouse is well
finished and papered throughout; grounds large
and well kept, surrounded by large forest trees:
corner lot 106x130: more ground can be had If de
sired: price low; must be sold at once. SAMUEL
W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave OC13-51
FOR BALE-NEAR SANDY CREEK STATION,
A. V. R. R., 2-story frame dwelling, 6 rooms
and finished attic; new and modern; 3 acresof
level ground: a very pleasant country home.-J.
C. HE.ILL Y, 77 Diamond st. OC13-150
FOR SALE-FINE RESIDENCE AT CRAFTON
8 rooms, beside large reception hall, pantry,
bathroom and attic, laundrywlth stationary tubs,
beater in cellar, natural gas, splendid well and
cisterns, hot and cold water, large porches, front
fruit and shade trees, shrubbery, etc.: delightful
location: this Is choice property and will be sold
low. GEO. GLASS, 83 Water at. ocll-10-FSn
FOR SALE LOTS.
East End Lot.
T7IORSALE-t3,300-LOT 47x120 FEET, LOCATED
J? In Shadyside near Fifth ave., in a choice
neighborhood ; the best lot for the money In the
East End. W. C. STEWART, U4 Fourth ave
lOR SALE-A NICE LOT ON GRAZIER ST.
(GOfi.lMn excelIentlocation:handr to rail
road and school: this is a bargain nt 8750, on easy
payments. MELLON BROTHERS, (349 station
St., E. E. 0C13-129-TTSU
EOE SALE-S7.5O0-5 ACRES OF CHOICE
land, desirably located on .Squirrel Hill,
within two minutes' walk of new electric road:
terms to suit purchaser. W. O. STEWART, 114
Fourth ave. se20-45-su
FOR SALE-ON HOUP STJ, 3 MINUTES'
walk from Flfthave cable cars: lot 40x100, to
20-ft. alley; sets well above grade: sewerage
complete; oulv (2.400. THOS. LIGGETT. No. il4
Fourth ave " oci3-l27-Mwrssn
FOR SALE-NICE, LEVEL LOT, 24x110
feet, on Elyslan avenue, near Fifth avenue:
la excellent location, near railroad and cable;
price 8800, on easy payments. MELLON BROTH
ERS, 6349 Station street, E. E. ocl3-129-TT8a
"COR SALE-ON BATES ST., AT FOOT OF
J Oakland ave., beautiful lot. 50x120. to 25-ft.
alley; about 8 minutes' walk from Fifth ave. cable
cars: elegant neighborhood: only S3, COO. THOS.
LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth ave.
TTOB BALE-BAUM GROVE LOTS. WITH
J? Improved streets, wide flagstone sidewalks
and grass dots, but a few minutes' walk to cable
cars:lowprlces. See MELLON BROS., East End,
or JOHN F. BAXTER, Agt., 512 Smltbfleld St.
FOB SALE-ATLANTIO AVENUE, NEAR
Liberty ave.. Twentieth ward, large beauti
ful building, lot I00xl20feet, covered with fine
shade trees, first-class surroundings and con
venient to steam and cable cars; price low and
terms easy. L. O. FRAZIER, Forty-fifth and
Butler sts. ocll-S7-TnFSu
FOR SALE-BARE CHANCES FOR PROFIT
ABLE Investments In the shape of lots In
The Villa Park plan. " adjoining the Bank of
Commerce addition," at Brushton, which has
firoven so profitable for those who purchased
here: better opportunities than ever. JOHN F.
BAXTER, AgtT. 512 Smltbfleld at. ocl3-75-TT8Sn
FOR BALE-31.600-TERM3 TO SUITHPUH-CHASER,-fotsfi0xl50feetto
an alley deslra
blv located in Shadyside' (Squirrel Hill district)
right on line of new electric road, which will be
in operation December I. and only 10 minutes
walk from Fifth avenue cable cars, are the choicest
lots in the East End. W. C. STEWART, 114
Fourth avenue. seW-87-str
FOB SALE-EAST END LOTS, 40x135. J. W.
ARROTT plan. Fifth ave extension, Franks
town ave.. Grazier and Kelly street; city im
provements and conveniences: the proposed new
Firth ave. station, P. R. K electric road within
one (1) minutes' walk: a very low price has been
nut on these desirable lots; call soon, BLACK ft
BAIRD, 95 Fourth are. r cl3-U5
East 'End Lois. J
FOR SALE-OOa-SOXia FEETJON" NEGLEY
avenne near Center, W. C STEWART, 114
Fourth ave. sel-U-su
FOR 8ALE-fiiC0O-EASY TERMS: -U ACRES
of level land desirably located on Squirrel
Hill: will sell portion. W. O. STEWART-r"
Fourth ave. se!5-5-8u
FOR SALE-TWO GOOD, LEVEL LOTS ON
River avenue near Collins avenue; a bar
gain at tsa each. MELLON BROTHERS, 6349
station street, e. e. oc13-129-tteu
lOR BALE-ON EDWIN ST., NEAR ELWOOD
t In, jnvllM ... ...... J .1, . k ...I. ... .a nil
cUywatcr on the street: only f 1,600.
QETT, No. 114 Fourth ave
FOR SALE-LOTS AT GLENWOOD,'NEAE
tbe station: graded streets, sidewalks, city
water, houses and lots lor sale 31,350. 81,750. 82,000,
ten per cent cash, balance on monthly payments:
Second Ave. Electric RaUway will pass In front of
these lots; B. ft O. Railroad fare monthly tickets,
bi cents per trlu: 12 minutes from BmlthDeld st.
etOKGEC. BURG WIN, 150 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-ELEVENTH WARD. ALLEGHE
NY Choice lots In Mrs. Cooper's plan, near
New Brighton road and Wylle avenue lot 40x125
at 8500; best lots for the price: long time. A. LEG
GATE ft SON, Agents, 31 Federal St., Allegheny.
POB SALE-LOTS, LOTS. LOTS IN THE
Herr Fulbacfc plan, between Willow Grove
and Bennett stations, on West Penn R. B., just
outside Allegheny City line at from 8M0 to f 1,500;
cheapest property in the market. THOS. LIG
GETT, 114 Fourth ave ocl2-12S-TTS8a
FOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS; 50x194, tWOTOfSOO;
Belmont Place Ingram. P., C. 4St. L. . R.:
streets SO ft. wide; sewered: houses to set back 40
ft., cost at least 82,000: terms 825 down, balance 810
per month. INGRAM LAND AND IMPROVE
MENT COMPANY, 60 Fourth ave. (second
FOR SALE CHEAP FARM-75 ACRES,
4-room bouse frame barn, good fences, lays
well, 19mlIesfromPlttsburg,for82,800, to close an
estate. N. F. HURST, Lock Box 49, Rochester. Pa.
FOR SALE-GARDEN AND FRUIT FARM,
first-class residence. Darn, greenhouse etc. ;
fine selection small fruit, 12 acres rich garden
land, adjoining town: sales some $3, 600 per year
and increasing fast; price 84, 000. O. H. FOLSOM,
Lima, O. OC12-30
FOR SALE -192 ACRE FARM FOR 12,500,
near Connellsville: having one 7 and a 4
roomed house barn; plenty or fruit: will sell on
easy payments or exchange for other property;
have a large variety or farms, all sizes and prices
in Allegheny and adjoining counties. MAGAW
ft GOFF, Ui Fourth are. OCI3-87-TT8U
FOR SALE-NEAR HOMER. CITY. INDIANA
county, Pa., a large farm of nearly 200 acres.
In fin condition, good house weU water brougbt
Into the kitchen, and hot water arrangements,
wltb natural gas for house and machinery; stock
for sale; place has fine barn and outhouses: party
Is going to South America; apply to S. H. McGEE
at the above place ocS-l-sa
FOR SALE-FAEU-TO ANY CAPITALIST,
either lady or gentleman, tbat wishes to buy
one of the finest improved farms In the State of
Kentucky; price, (65,000; it contains over 700
acres, and as I have a personal knowledge of It
and tbe surrounding country, 1 will give a guar
anteed, trnthrul statement of the facts to any per
son wishing to investigate who is able and willing
to buv. If all be found correct. Call on or address
LEVI J. JEFFRIES, BeUevernon, Fayette Co..
FOE SALE BY
CHARLES SOMERS ft CO..
313 WOOD STREET.
West End houses 3 rooms, nice lot, 81,000: two
S-room bouses, 81,500 each: 8 rooms, large lot,
82, 500; 8 rooms, lot 100x150. 82,000: desirable West
End bouses. oclJ-113
FOR BALE BY
CHARLES SOMERS ftCO.,
313 WOOD STREET.
Allegheny building lots cbolce and cheap; Mc
Clnre avenue Davis avenue Benton avenue,
Brighton avenue; also, acre tracts of I, 2, 4, 6 and
8 acres in Tenth and Eleventh wards and Reserve
TJWH SALE BY
J CHARLES SOMERS ft CO..
313 WOOD STBKET.
East End building lots Homewood avenue be
tween Railroad and Penn, Stanton avenue, Aiken
avenue Shetland avenue Filbert street, Hast
ings street and in ail sections of the East End;
Squirrel Hill lots and acre tracts. ocl3-U3
FOB SALE-IT WILL BE TO YOUB INTER
EST to secure one of our new revised cata
logues with supplement '(Just published) before
buying elsewhere; we have alarge variety of new
properties coming In daily, and can supply your
wants without delay: lots and dwellings in all
parts of the 2 cities and suburbs; aU prices and
terms; call or send for this valuable book. BLACK
ft BAIRD. C5 Fourth ave oc9-53
BY CHARLES SOMEBS ft CO.,
SIS WOOD ST.,
Convenient, desirable cltv home at moderate
cost. Two new brick houses, ,6 rooms each. In
perfect order, bright, clean surroundings; health
ful location, wltbfn one square of electric road; 10
minutes' ride to heart of city. Cheap at 82,600.
FOR SALE BY
CHARLES SOMERS ft CO.,
313 WOOD STBEET.
An Interest In a prominent Pittsburg wholesale
establishment located la 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 ltve progressive
and growing business, will find a rare oppor
tunity offered In this; capital required 85. coo to
While not soliciting a business as brokers in
mercantile establishments, we are now Intrusted
with negotiations In a number of enterprises of
this kind. Our long connection with mercantile
pursuits in this city, and acquaintance In com
mercial and manufacturing circles brings to us
without solicitation a large7amount of business of
this character. We propose to meet the demand
aud provide lor the security or our patrons by ac
cepting only substantial, legitimate enterprises,
that wlU produce evidence of worth on Investiga
tion, to which we will subject tbem before otter
ing. Snbject to our disposal to-day are flrst, an
Interest In a wholesale business, a house or high
repute long and permanently established, on a
sound financial and money-making basis; 83,000 or
87.000 is required as an Investment In this.
An active or silent Interest in a very profitable
cltv establishment, dealing in a choice clean line
of goods, yielding large profits, on which abso
lutely no loss is Buffered through bad debts or
changing fashions; JS,000 will procure a third
One-third or one-half interest In an old es
tablished and very productive newspaper en
terprise rated high among its cotemporarles,
ana enjoying a city advertising patronage ex
ceeding that of all Western Pennsylvania
country newspapers combined. The entire
concern, including buildings and all appliances,
is valued at 810,000.
A retail grocery stock with fixtures, buildings
and realty.on one of tbe best streets in Allegheny.
The business now active and yielding good
profits, in a location highly desirable as a place of
residence and Investment.
Fire Brlcc and Bed Brick Works, and other
Hues of business requiring moderate'lnvestments
are represented among our lists,
CHARLES SOMERS ft CO.,
OC13-113 313 Wood street.
FOR SALE BUSINESS,
FOE SALE-A MILLINERY STORE-IN A
good locality: estaDltshed In 1S78; a bargain.
Apply at 1923 CARSON T.. 8. 8. oclO-lOO-TTSSn
FOE BALE A GOOD PAYING GENERAL
store at a bargain: storeroom and dwelling.
For particulars address S. P. POORBAUGH,
Glencoe. Pa, oc8-3t
lOR BALE-GROCERY ONE OFTHE FINEST
In the state: larire cash trade: best location
and fresh stock: Invoice 82, 400; rare bargain. C
H. FOLSOM, Lima O. OC12-30
FOR SALE-GROCERY BTORE ON ONE OF
the best streets in Allegheny: owner Inter
ested In other business and must retire: must be
sold soon. Address J. ., Dispatch office. OC12-68
FOR BALE A FINE CONFECTIONERY
store centrally located on Fifth ave: doing
a business of f 18 to 50 per day: leasehold on store
ice cream parlor and 4dwellinr rooms, only 830
per montb ; stock and fixtures will invoice about
81.500: will be sold cheap If sold at once THOS.
LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave. oclO-99-MWTSSu
170R SALE-ONE OF THE FINEST AND OLD
JD EST established retail businesses In Pittsburg,
Is located In the heart of the city: stock is new and
not controlled by style: wUl inventory about 810,
000. This is an elegant opportunity far a wide
awake man to get Into a clean, profitable and
legitimate business. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth
TjiORSALE-2 FINE BAKERIES AND CON
Jj FECT10NERIES,ln excellent locations, large
grocery store In Pittsburg, S3, COO or invoice doing
yearly bnslness of 8100.000; smaller grocery stores,
ftoo to 85, ao; cigar stores, small bakeries, confec
tioneries, boarding honses. drygoods and notion
stores. Teed store printing office and many other
business chances for males or females: tree par
ticulars. SHEPARD ft CO., 54 Filth ave. oc3
TIIOR SALE-SEVERAL PIECES OF PEOP
Xj ERTY on Fourth ave: also a number of
pieces on Penn ave., Smltbfleld st. and other
good streets: will take pleasure In giving full par
ticulars and showing surveys to parties desiring
to purchase W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave
FOR SALE-AN INVESTMENT-CORNER
lot fronting 60 ft. on Fifth ave by 120 ft.
on another st., having thereon 3 three-story brick
buildings with two store fronts; about S mlnntes
from the Court House: annual rental over 82,000
per year; will be sold cheap If told at once
THOS. LIGGETT,. 114 Fourth ave OC10-41-TTFSU
FOR SALE-AT A REASONABLE PRICE AND
on terms to suit purchaser, theEewell prop
erty, located on Forbes ave, corner shady are..
Squirrel Hill, contains six acres of tbe finest lying
land In that district, and baa erected thereon a
large fine new brick building, suitable for hotel
and road house purposes: also, stables and out
buildings; can be purchased forless money than
is asked for vacant property In the Immediate
neighborhood; can be rented so as to net S per
cent on investment. For permit to examine build
ings see W. C STEWART. Ill Fourth ave . -QCO-W-HO.
.' ,- , Jt
FOR 8ALE-A GOOD BARGAIN IN A PENN
ave. property, at East End. C H. LOVE, 93
Fourth ave. ocH-lis
TTWB SALE-A WOOD ST. AND A LIBERTY
a: st. property at less than value X;. iu ui jc,
FOB SALE-LIBERTY ST. PROPERTY FOR
sale: an A No. I location for a produce com
mission house. C. H. LOVE, Fourth ave.
FOR BALE-LEASE OF COAL YARD. COR.
Boquet and Grant avenue Allegbenv. In
quire W. E. ROSS, 125 Sandusky St., Allegheny.
FOR SALE-INVESTMENT FIFTH AVEN UK,
near Logan street, 3-sty, pressed brick trout,
7 rooms and storeroom; price low enough to be
considered a good purchase; lot 21x39. J. O.
REILLY, 77 Diamond, st. oc!3-150
FOR BALE-HOTEL, FURNITURE AND
lease: new brick bouse; furnished nicely:
some 60 rooms; fine bar; large transient trade;
price only 85,000; rare chance for a hotel man. C.
II. FOLSOM, Lima, Ohio. OC12-30
FOR BALE-S7,0-RENTr 8720; BUTLER ST.,
corner property: two brick honses of 7 rooms
and storeroom each: mansard ana slate roofs: lot
44x110; the- greatest bargain yet offered. For
terms and full particulars call on J.R. COOPER
ft CO., 107 Fourth ave. ocl2-iS
Horses Vehicles. Uvo Stock, die.
FOR SALE COMBINED HORSE GOOD
sbowv driver, 18 bands high. 8 years old: will
be sold reasonable. Call 608 WOOD ST. ocl3-144
FOB SALE-SECOND-HAND BAROUCHE,
as good as new. Can be seen at C. WEST ft
CO.'S, Carriage-Makers, 420 Duquesne way, Pitts
burg, Pa. oclO-28
Machinery and Metals.
FOE SALE-2 CIGAR BUNCHING MACHINES
and a pigeon hole case 94 holes, will be sold
cheap. 34 FIFTH AVE. or 59 CHESTN UT ST.
TJTOR SALE ENGINES AND BOILERS NEW
XJ and refitted; repalrlngpromntly attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY ANDMACH1NE CO..L1M..
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29
FOR SALE -NEW AND SECOND-HAND
typewriters, esneclally the unequaled Rem
ington, at lowest cash prices, or on the Install
ment plan. A. M. MARTIN, 412 Wood St.
PERSONAL-BOOKS I BOOKS I BOOKSI
New and old, ancient and icooera. standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30.000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 900
Liberty st. au3-08
PERSONAL - SPANISH LANGUAGE BY
experienced teacher; special course for be
ginners: simple easy method: highest references;
terms moderate. Address SPANISH AMERICCS,
Dispatch office. ocl2-23
PERSONAL FRENCH LANGUAGE BY AN"
experienced Parisian gentleman; classes now
In course of formation: also private lessons: terms
moderate; highest references. Address PRO
FESSOR, Dispatch office. ocl2-24
PERSONAL STELLA AND HARRY-THAT
evening reception won't be a success unless
you wear those "Voltaic diamonds;" no such
brilliants were ever seen before; the only stones
that will retain their brilliancy: set in solid gold.
junga. fj v w ou, w ana up: eararops, ' aa,
83 75, 3125, 83 50 and np: also studs, brooches, pins,
bracelets, etc BARNEY E. AEONS, soleaeent,
65 Fifth ave,
PERSONAL-SICK, WEAK, NERVOUS MEN
and women (young or old), we appeal to
your intelligence. We make no great (soap
bubble) pretentions, for no one abhors "quack
ery" more than we do, hence we submit to yon
solid facts, the pure wheat with the cbaft taken
out. We mean It In the fullest sense of the term,
that one and all cau be restored to health, vigor
and strength (bodily and mentally) by using the
great "Ta-va-zon Remedies." They have cured
thousands during the last 34 years, after all other
agencies had failed. Read what the Rev. Wra.
Melrion Darlea, the able divine writes In the Y
Wasg: While travtlinp through this country
this season I hare met with many tbat have been
miraculously cured by tbe Ta-va-zon Remedies.
Hundreds of Invalids have been cured after the
best and most skillful physicians have given
them up. It Is a great pity tbat all who suffer
from diseases of the blood, stomach, lungs, liver,
spine kidneys and nerves would not go to blm
and receive the divine blessing (health) by tbe
use of these wonderful remedies, the "TA-VA-ZON.'
.His office and laboratory Is at 301, 303, 305,
307 Grant St.. cor. Third ave., Pittsburg, Pa,
Call or send stamp for bis Ta-va-zon Herald of
Healtb: contains overwhelming evidences of
miraculous cures, challenges the world wltb con
vincing testimony, unvarnished truths, etc Ev
eryone should read It. 0C13-I23
FOUND-SICK. WEAK, NERVOUS MEN AND
women permanently cured by thegreat'Ts-Va-Zon
Remedies;" read the miraculous cures
iir Herald of Health;" caU or send two stamps.
DK GRlFFTrH DRUG CO.,-301 to SU7 Grant, cor.
Third ave., Plttsbnrg, Pa. ,w T ttcH-g
X BUlLDINa AND UOAN ASSOCIATION
ot Allegheny is conducted on the best and
latest improved methods, and offers first-class
inducements to subscribers. Fall information
will be given and subscriptions to its stock:
received at the store ot
seH-14-TTSU S3K Federal st, Allegheny.
MONEY TO IRELAND, SCOTLAND AND
England can best be sent by checks on
the "Cheque Bank," which are cashed by all
bankers, merchants and tradespeople. Pittv
burtt Agency JI AX SCHAMBERG &CO..&27
Bmithneld st, Pittsburg. se25-wsu
FOR SALE, ON
S csriiiiiJJRttaB 3"wV"35' pff.- ? ??". I 's M
TWO CHOICE HOUSE!
' NOS. 2317 and 2319
In the best and pleasantest location on the Southside, simi5
to the house near by, just sold to Mr. Harmony, with JoaeSjj
These houses are situated on
improved street, only one square from Carson street, alo&gf
which the cable cars will soon run. M
Designed and built by Joseph Anpjin, Architect, of ABjm
ffheny, they are finished in
pressed brick and stone ornamental fronts, and contain eig
rooms, witn Dam room and every otner convenience, sucnasi
city water, gas and natural gas on each .floor, arid good plara
ing leading to city sewers. 3
Dwellings are first-class in every- respect, and as ownliSJ
built six houses at one time, on advantageous contract, mam3
ly to improve the property adjoining, and have not ttrs
on a large profit, each house
further particulars call on B.
avenue, or B. W. Benbow, Agent, 240s Sarah street,
O LET-NO. 58 MARION STKKsV,
wva . HHlr nosM. 8 reons aa4
tiw Am nf ni Tinaneajilon November 1.
B. M. REED, 24 Brasfetoa ave, E. E.
mo LET-NEW BRICK HOUSW-
A. nail, BHlMeo. anrc, . itct. a
torn. ta Natrh st..Mt. WajblBItOB
ow. D. BEHEN ft SON. 41B Penn ave
my Ailtfr -TU. 1 as.iAiA 01,1 i nvnu
JL natural gas; 5 rooms oa center GraseT
ave and Plyraoatt st, BatonHgw; rests
Wylleavea;ios,naWrs gw; s1"i2
jf rauces .. wns Hwn syg:JTO?Tyrn ti
Inquire or WM. M. JuajafUJ, ,,,5 JOE
East Bad ResMeseea.
fTW LET-HOUSE OF 14 IMXMsS,
JL and oatbulldlngs: large nwwd;
tTranr. nmr Ppnn avenue cable en.
mn i.vTvrav rwRaPTO G4H349
X nntu April J next. Bates .. Ot;
roomed residence, lnae shatters, at
conveniences; very large ground,
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
mOLET-ABUITEOF APAKTMgSW, II Mil g
JL bath accommodations, in SjbMi JMr.B-i
quire on the premises, 98 WYLIE AVjMfiy jgjj
mo LET-THREE NICK UXFB.
JL rooms for light housekeeping. 3h taw
entrance; rent moderate; referenee; 8W
mO LET-NICELY FUKNISHWJ
A. rooms, with rood board: terms
cation Union ave ; reference. Addrees
newlv married eounlefor bowel
venient to Lake Erie depot. Addres
mO LET UNFURNISHED B04M88
JL housekeeping. S-room hoase tsei
with dwellings, corners Pean and "JWc.
and LIbertT streets, lnaalre of S. MUSS
44 Fourth street. oett-X-:
TO LET-A'BRICKTSTOBEAND DWEitW
in MansHeld, on Mala .: a . (sjwslf
location for drygoods, notions, etc: rent lews a J
good tenant. U.U. LOVE, 98 Fourth ave,
mo LET-A SMALL HALL-CARPI!
X be nsed for school or private iQtra44Tj
anv aescnptioH or Business purposes: m
right lu heart of city: rent very rwisnnawe '
to A- w.js., AJispaica orace.
fTW LET FOUR (4) STOREROOM
JL business stands on corner Life
Fourth and on corner or Fens ana 1
dwellings: 24 unfurnished rooms for
lug. Inquire of S. MUSGBAVK, 44 FosHsi
Offices. Deik. Roosa. etc
mO LET THREE LARGE CONNS
JL rooms suitable for elab rooms or cMsiaAj
Obloand East Diamond sts., cseesMe I
Free Library and Market House AI1i,imsi)isjV1
quire of F. P. THOMAS. 55 Ohio St.
m LKT-TN THE NEW DISPATCH
JL IN o, 78, Ti ana jv xnamona sweea
roomiest an d best-lighted offices to be 4
city; rent, saoandSSK) per annum. 1
trie llzhts. lanltor service and rt
Apply between W A. X. and ir. -!
z ana r. m.
-rOCE-MEETTN0 OF THJI I
II Traction Building and Loaa .
will be held THURSDAY BVJBT
berl7. 1889. at the residence of P. S.
'Wylle avenne, for the purpose at.
omcera. persons wisuinp so s
stock should attend, as there are
H TEMBERS OF a W. STBWAJBT ;
1YJL 179. a or R.R.R,are req-eetw i
W. H. Devore's nndertakiae roots a
sharp MONDAY, October M. 1898.
the funeral of our late bretttep. "
Sister lodges are earaeaWr romorted !. :
tend. xsy oraer ei i
0C13-121 Master G. A.
-VTOT1CE I. O. O. F THE MEMB1
IV m.. r'iuL t- jiTi n r T .
anested to meet at their naH. corner at J
and East Diamond streets, AlleabeBJ. ess J
day AriiiiNUur at x ocseesr, sew
the enrnose of atteadloe tbe faeeral
bers of sister lodges are respecUaHy esj
to attena. rsy oraer or ins si. a.
HARRY GRAHAM. Secretary.
T- ST. ALOYSIU8,
The scholastic year of tbe MesBtata-
emy, n&aer tne aireenea ot sae
Mercv will commence Its fall term E
2. Tuition for five months. taetuiltetJ
and music ilea Loretto is famed aaa :
resort, awt nee uresson, is a a
nnanesttosable excellence. Tbe i
the Sisters of Mercy as lsstrseten is
wide for particulars aooresstae
of the Academy.
snpplles all the city hotels: boneewi
find it to their xdvaataze to deal wttst 1
Teienhone 4. 128 DIAMOND XA
a wide, newly paved and weMj
the best manner. They KaS
is a bargain. ror terms a
Phillips, Dispatch office,. lile
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