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SCOUTS OFF GUARD.
AvWet Sunday Proves an Unlucky
One for Four Speak-Easies.
THE INSPECTOR'S CLEVER PLAN.
lira. Becker's Place Within a Stone's Throw
of the Central
COPIOUS SUPPLY OF LIQUOR F0U5D
was a cold and wet day for "speak
easies." The patrons of these places
thought the rain would keep the police in
dry nooks, and they were unprepared for
About 11 o'clock in the forenoon Inspector
McAleese left his house in the Eleventh
ward and walked down to the corner of
"YVylie avenue and Kirkpatrick street
"While he was standing there waiting for a
car, he noticed a party of men turn down
Soho street. From their appearance he
thought they were going to a speak-easy,
and it set him to thinking how he might
catch the proprietor of a place which had
been bothering him for several months. At
No. 27 Soho street, John Boden has been
running an illegaltaloon ever since the li
censes were granted last spring. His place
was resorted toby a very disreputable ele
ment. Complaints concerning it have been
made to the police by Kev. W. H. Knox
and other persons living in the Thirteenth
ward. Last June an information
was made against Boden, but he
escaped arrest by leaving the city.
The" Inspector learned of his return to town
about two weeks ago and had been watching
for him. , Boden kept sentries posted who
gave warning on the approach of police,
and officers who went there found neither
drink nor drinkers. Boden is a man only
25 years old, and has a wife and two chil
dren. OFF THEIB GUARD ON WET DATS.
The Inspector considered a rainy day the
best time to swoop down upon the place.
He returned to his house, called up De
tective Conlson at City Hall by telephone
and told him to get Captain Silvis and a
policeman, procure a carriage and drive as
rapidly as possible to the corner of Kirk
patrick and "Wylie. Twelve minutes later
a carriage with its blinds drawn down, and
palled by two white horses, dashed up to the
corner named. It contained Captain Daniel
Silvis, Detectives Coulson, Denimel and
MulvehilL Inspector McAleese and Officer
Henry Deale were waiting on the corner,
the carriage door was opened and they
crawled in, six in a box. The carriage was
then driven rapidly down Soho Btreet
to No. 27, where it pulled up
suddenly. Both sidedoors were opened.
The officers jumped ont and ran
for the doors, three to the rear and three to
the front. The occupants were surprised at
their drinks. Boden ran np stairs and was
dragged from under n bed. Michael Mc
Gillicntt was found lying on the floor,
stupid with liquor. Eight other men sat
about the saloon room and were taken in.
The police fonnd ten eighth kegs of beer
from John Kaufman's brewery, Cincinnati,
and several bottles of whisky. The place
was very dirty.
AXOTHEB HAUL MADE.
As soon as the prisoners were secured,
Captain Silvis and Officer Mulvehill hurried
to the hocse of Mrs. Eliza Cullighan, at Uo.
Ill Soho street, and raided that place. They
found several cases of beer from Pier &
Dannals.and arrested Mrs.Cullighan, Edwin
JIcKibbou, Peter Voelker, James "Williams
and James Shaddens. The latter two are
colored, and "Williams is only 16 years old;
Voelker is a son of Peter Voelker, Sr., who
was murdered by Emil Minutb, at No. 9
Soho street, in Mrch, 1888. The Eleventh
ward patrol wagon conveyed all the mis-
oners to the Central station. McGillicutt,
Voelker and McKibbon were bailed out by
friends during the afternoon.
The police officers proceeded to"1 the Cen
tral station, where they prepared for a raid
near home. Mrs. Mafia" Becker has been,
for about four months, keeping what she
called a boarding house at Ko. 419 Smith
field street, not over ISO feet lrom the Cen
tral station. She formerly sold liquor ille
gally at Ho. 27 Diamond. About a year
ago she was called np by Inspector Mc
Aleese and warned to quit selling. After a
display of great indignation that she should
be accused of such an offense, she was finally
convinced that the Inspector had proof
against her, and she promised to stop the
business. For some time she did refrain
from illegal selling. Since she moved to
the house on Smithfield street she has been
at her old tricks.
A KEG OF POET AST) A JUG.
The house was entered, shortly after noon,
by Constable Charles Porter, lollowed by
Lieutenant George Boyd, Inspector Mc
Aleese, Captain Silvis, Detectives Coul
son and Fitzgerald. They ran np the stairs
to the middle room on' the second floor.
There they found Mrs. Becker and five
men. On a table rested a keg of port
wine and a jug containing two gallons of
Guckenheimer's whisky. Piled up at the
side of the room were six cases of beer from
Barney McGinniss' agency near the Point.
In the kitchen were ten more cases, some
containing empty and some full bottles.
The house was well furnished with glasses
and soft drinks. The five men gave their
names as H. "W. Poldick, a roomer at the
honse; John Smith, Sam Smith, John Jones
and Sam Jones. They are workmen on
Barnes' new buildings on Dinwiddie street.
Mrs. Becker and the men were locked np.
The front room on the second floor was oc
cupied by a fat lady who is now on exhibi
tion at one of the museums. Inspector Mc
Aleese ana Captain Silvis toot her by the
arms and attempted to lilt her from the sofa
where she languished, but she refused to
move. The Inspector's sweetest persuasions
wouiu not inuuee ner to arise and walk.
She was comiortable where she was. The
officers consulted and agreed that she ought
to be left just where she was, and she was
left A daughter of Mrs. Becker, named
Cora, 8 vears old, a young woman who gave
her name as Maggie "Wiley and said she
was working in the house, and Maggie
O'Donneli, a washerwoman, who had been
trying to calm her nerves with the Gucken
heimer, were lelt in the house.
About 3 o'clock in the afternoon Lieuten
ant Boyd and Officers Mnlvehill and
Cramer pulled the house of Mrs. John Mc
Ginlev, at Kb. 2518 Mulberry alley. Two
women, two bovs and three men were ar
rested, and the police confiscated an eighth
of beer and two bottles of whisky.
S ' TIEED OP LIVIKG ON HUSKS.
Tonne Camtbers Sighs for tbe Feast and
On Saturday night a rather good-looking
boy of 16 years, whose clothes were well
worn, and whose shoes were almost without
wiles, applied to the Central station and
begged to be given shelter and something to
rat. as he was nearly starved. The boy, who
tjave his name as Daniel Caruthers, was
taken in and cared for.
1'esterday he was questioned by Inspector
McAleese, and stated that he lived in Kan
sas City, and that his father was a hardware
merchant on Delaware street, in that city.
On September 9 he left home, and has been
as far east as New York. He said he had
not eaten a square meal since he left home.
The cause of bis leaving home he said was a
nonsensical idea of seeing tbe world, and
be wasjbeartily sick and tired of his trip,
and would like to get home. The boy's
frankness pleased the Inspector, and & tele
gram will be sent to his parents, notifying
them of his whereabouts and condition.
Beecha-Cs Pfils cure bilious andnervons ills
Pjeabs' Soap secures a beautiful complexion
Use Thea Nectar Tea.
P. & V.'s Pittsburg beer pleases better
every time. Can't be excelled-
THE CLOSING WEEK.
Exposition Blanocen Flensed With the
This is the last week of the Exposition.
The great show will close on Saturday, and
the managers are highly pleased with their
success. Manager Johnston will sail for
Paris, and he has carte blanche orders to
bring back whatever he thinks will im
prove the Exposition for next year. Some
novelties are promised in the way of amuse
ments this week. The musical programme
for to-day follows:
PAST L 2 O'CLOCK.
L Overture "La Domino Nolr.".
2. Part Song "Sweet and Low.",,
3L Operatic Selection "Marta."..
4. Solo tor Flute "Air Varie."...
Mr. F. Wadsworth.
5. March "Kreutzfldele." Hobile
part n. i o'clock.
6. Overture "Alfonso and EstrelIa."Schubert
7. Solo for Cornet "Les Fohes Bergeres."
Mr. Thomas Clark.
8. Popular Selection "The Mikado,".Snllivan
8. Trombone Solo "The Favonte."..Hartman
Mr. F. N. Innes.
10. Galop "Southern Plantation."..
PAKT I. 7 O'CLOCK,
L Overture. ''Rosamunde,''.
2. Spanish Love Song, "Roses and
3. Solo for cornet. "Strut Hearts
ease," . "Willmer
Air. w. rani unamDers.
4. Operatic selection, "II Trovatore,".... Verdi
Introducing solos for clarinet (Signor Nurnto),
comet (Mr. Clark), trombone (Mr. Sco
fleld), and euponium (Mr. White).
5. Grand ensemble, "Hallelujah
Chorus,".. . .....Haendel
PABT II. 9 O'CLOCK.
6. Overture, "The Martyrs," -Donizetti
7. Trombone solo, "Robert toi qne
Mr. F. N. Innes.
8. Concert polka (descriptive),
"Our Baby" (by request), BIal
Baby obligate, Mr. H. Tiout
9. Grand international Fantasia,
"Congress of Nations,"... Innes
With electrical cannon accompaniment. In
troductioo:"Sunrise" "Reveille," "The Star
Spangled Banner. ' No. 1. Germany.
No. 2, Norway. No. 3, England. No.
4, France. No. S, Sweden. No. 6,
Ireland. No. 7, America. Fi
nale, "My Country, 'tis of
Thee. Sweet Land
(Note. This composition is copyrighted ac
cording to act of Congress; all rights reserved).
10. March, "Thirteenth Regiment N.
G. 8. N. Y." Innes
DISPOSED OP 40 CASES.
Judge Grlpp Doesn't Show RIneh Mercy to
Violator of the Law.
At the Central station hearing yesterday
morning Magistrate Gripn disposed of 40
cases, most of which were of the common
order. "William J. Conway, for disorderly
conduct, was sent to the workhouse for 30
days, as were Charles Bell, John Smith and
Kate Deuhart, for keeping a disorderly
house on Poplar alley, got 30 days to the
workhouse. Geoige Deuhart and Hugh
Kirk, who were found in the house, were
sent to jail for ten days each. The house of
Lavina Seals, 17 Pasture street, was also
raided, and five men arrested. At the hear
ing yesterday the testimony was not suffi
cient to convict the defendants, and they
were discharged. '
They Will be Sent Back to the St. Joseph's
Ahont 11 o'clock on Saturday night three
boys, named George Biphorn, John "Work
man and Louis Bullock, none of them over
9 years old, were found on the corner of
Thirty-third street and Herron avenne and
locked np in the Central station. When
arrested the boys claimed they lived on
Washington street, but could not tell where.
Yesterday when questioned by Inspector
McAleese they admitted that they were
runaways from St. Joseph's Orphan Asy
lum on Troy Hill. They will be sent back
to that institution.
The Molders Claim They Are Unanimous In
S. C. McAllister, President of the National
Brotherhood of Machinery Molders, denies
that any of the members at the meeting on
Satnrday night were dissatisfied. The reso
lution to strike nnless their demands are
granted, he says was supported by all the
men present except two. The men in the
Carnegie foundry, he also states, are unani
mously in favor of the movement The men
were coming and going while the meeting
was in progress, and this led to the supposi
tion that some dissatisfaction prevailed."
Cnncbt on n Trestle.
Another accident occurred yesterday
morning on the Pittsburg and "Western
Eailroad trestle at the foot of Chartiers
street, Allegheny. Several small boys
were bantering each other by walking on
the trestle. Charles Hiddleton, 8 years old,
seeing a freight train coming, climbed on
the trestle and endeavored to cross before
the train reached him. He did not have
time, and to avoid being struck, jumped,
and had his left leg broken in two places.
Mellor & Hoene.
"We can furnish yon with the best pianos
and organs made, and can give you the best
and easiest terms of payment. "We have
been established since 1831 (nearly 60
years), and, being the oldest music Erm in
the city, we have had more experience than
any other house.
Pianos: Hardman, Krakauer, Harring
ton. Organs: Palace, Chase, Chicago Cot
tage. Persons buying from ns can be satisfied
they are getting the full worth of their
money, as the pianos and organs we sell
are the best made in the United States.
Send for circulars and full particulars of
our easy payment plan.
Mellor & Hoene,
mwfssu 77 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg.
A Cold Wove Coralnp.
This is the prediction of the weathSr clerk
at the signal station, and our prediction is
that you will rue it if you do not visit onr
store and see the elegant line of overcoats
we are offering at onr special $14 sale to
day. "We also have fine overcoats selling at
$8, $10 and $12. Don't fail to come early
and get your pick. P. O. C. to.,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts. opp. the new
AH Sharpened for Oar Special
Dress Goods Sale
To-day the bargains are here; if yon are
wise you will see them to-dav.
Jos. Horne & Co.'s
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 $450. Remember, Henry
Terheyden, Manufacturing Jeweler, No. 630
Smithfield street. MWF
Silks, Velvets and Plashes.
P0ur prices save yon money and our stocks
in these departments are immense! Come
to-day and see. Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Pittsburg Beef Co., wholesale agents
for Swift's Dressed Beef, sold during the
week ending October 12r166 -carcasses, av
erage weight per carcass 606 pounds, aver
age price per pound 6.34c.
The Great Atlantic & Pacific-Tea Co. is
the place to Nget yonr teas, coffees and bak
ing powder. Beautiful presents. .
- G0IUG TO ST. LOUIS.
Rer. A.H. Miller Will Take Coarse of a
millionaire' Church A Reaver Falls
Pastor Borry to Leave Friends.
Key. A. H. Miller has resigned the pas
toral charge of the Beaver Falls M. E.
Church, and proceeds next week to St.
Louis to begin his new duties as pastor of
the Niedringhaus Memorial Church. Mr.
Miller was seen last night at the Emory M.
E. Church, East Liberty, where he has been
attending conference. Speaking of his de
"This is the bitterest sacrifice I have ever
been called upon to make. It is a terrible
wrench to resign one's old pastorate, and to
say goodby to so many friends and relations
all around Pittsbnre. Dr. J. L. Fulton
recommended me to Mr. Kiedringhaus, the
founder, as a fit person to take charge of his
church. At first I refused to accept the
offer of the pastorate, but finally aereed to
step into the gap. I have been to see the
church, which is a very fine and extensive
building, capable of containing a congrega
tion of from 15,000 to 18,000. There are
dining rooms, Sabbath schoolrooms, a gym
nasium, and a home for deaconesses in con
nection with the chnrch, and as it is situated
in the center of a populous district, I am
confident that in a short space of time quite
a large congregation can be got together."
The church is intended as a memorial to
the son of Mr. Niedringhaus, who died not
long ago. The founder said to Mr. Miller,
on the occasion of his visit to St Louis: "I
thought that money would be no use to my
boy where he has gone to; but it came into
my head to put that money out at interest
for him by building this church."
"That was a verv noble sentiment." said
Mr. Miller, "and I am sure that the church
will prove a blessing, not onl v for the dead
son, but also for the living fatter."
HE WAS NOT DEUNK.
William Barns Slipped on Fifth Avenne nnd
Hart His Ankle.
William Burns, of Mansfield, who fell on
Fifth avenue, Saturday night, injuring his
ankle, says he was notdrunk. "When he was
hurt kind people carried him into Neweii's
restaurant and gave him a slug of whisky,
which afterward turned his head slightly.
He was then taken to the Central station.
Mr. Burns isacrippleand in consequence
of the report that he was drunk has lost his
position on the Panhandle road. The Dis
patch takes pleasure in making this cor
rection. The assignees sale at auction of dry
goods, carpets, rugs, etc., at 723 and 725
Liberty street, corner Eighth, will com
mence this morning at 10 o'clock, afternoon
at 2 and evening at 7:30, and continue from
day to day until the entire stock is sold.
This important sale is well worthy the at
tention of the pnblic generally. The goods
are all the choicest qrfality, and must be
sold regardless ot cost or price, and in as
small quantities as the bnyer may desire.
The management has made special arrange
ments for the accommodation of the ladies.
For further particulars see advertisement
in auction column.
Monday, October 14 Onr Great Dress
Be sure to read our advertisement, then
come to the store for the special bargains.
Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Monday, October 14 Onr Great Dresa
Be snre to read our advertisement, then
come to the store for the special bargains.
Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Of the Cnblnefe
Hade of brass, onyx and glass. Can be
seen at the old established jewelry house of
Henry Terheyden, No. 530 Smithfield st.
Armour & Co. report sales of dressed
beef for week ending Satnrday, October 12,
175 cattle, average weight 509 pounds, at
an average price ot 5c per pound.
Time is the true test F. & V.'s Pilsner
beer grows dally in popularity.
TTEMBERS OF C. W. STEWART LODGE
1VJL 179, B. of R. R. B., are requested to meet at
W. H. Devore's undertaking rooms at 12.30
sharp MONDAY, October 14, 1S89. to attend
the funeral of our late brother, Wilson
Sister lodges are earnestly requested to at
tend. By order of
QC13-121 Master G. A. KEIFER.
PERSONS WHO KNEW WM. H. OAPPE,
late of Hampton's Battery, after his dis
charge, and that he suffered from lane disease,
will do his widow a great favor by calling on or
addressing JAMES M. CHRISTY, Notary
Public. 155 Fonrth ave., city. ocl4-U
PrxTsnuno, Pa., Octobers, 1S89.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
report of viewers on tbe grading, paving
ana curbing of Cargill street, from Thirty
third street to Jewel street, has been approved
by Councils, which action will be final, nnless
an appeal is filed in tbe Court of Common
Pleas within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
Ptttsiiurq. PA.. October 3. 1889.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
report of viewers on the paving and curb
ing of Boggs avenne, from Bailey avenue to
south line of property ot 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.
Chief of Department of Pnblic Works.
Pittsburg. Pa.. October 3. 1889.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
reports of viewers on the opening of
Riverside street, from Maloney alley to South
Main street: Tripod alley, from Meadow street
to Shetland street; Post street, from Forty-second
street to Forty-fourth street; Garden alley,
from Main street to Brown alley; Rural street;
from Hiland avenue to Nejley avenue, and
Hampton street, from Hiland avenue to Neg
leyavpnue."have been approved by Councils,
trhish action will be final unless an appeal Is
filed in the Court of Common Fleas within ten
(10) days from date. E. M. BIGELO W.
OC3-48 Chief of Department of Public Works.
October 3. 1BS9
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Bureau of Health of thocityof Pitts
burg bas this day established and provided,
and does hereby designate the foot of Seven
teenth (17) street. In the city of Pittsburg, at
tbe Allegheny river, and Clark's dutnpboat,
Immediately above the north end of tbe South
Tenth street bridge, in tte city of Pittsburg,
on tbe Monongahela river, as the places where
are to be received and deposited tbe contents
of all privies as they shall from time to time be
cleaned and emptied, and all other offensive
.substances found upon tbe public highway.
XUUMAO W. BAKER,
Superintendent of the Bureau of Health.
TOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SE AXED
iM proposals will be receivedat the office of
t-lty controller unui juim ua. x.iuezist aay oi
October, A. D. 1889, at 2 P.M., for the follow.
i ' i
Murtland St., from Penn ave. to Kelly St.: 20
Bayard st, from Bidwell Bt, to Neville St.;
Center ave., from Craig Bt to Barton st; IS
and 20-lnch pipe.
Mignonette st. from Negley ave. to Beatty
st: la and 18-inch pipe.
Harvard st, from Negley ave. to Euclid ave.;
Howard alley and Thirty-fourth st, from 300
feetnortheast of Thirty-fourth st. to connection
with a sewer on Thirty-fourth st at Llgonier
st: 15-inch pipe.
Spring slley, from Twenty-first st to Twenty
second st; 15-inch pipe.
Mnlberry alley, from Sixteenth st to Seven
teenth st: 15-inch pipe.
Fourth ave., from Grant st to Cherry alley;
Plans and specifications can be seen, and
blanks for bidding can be obtained at this
Each proposal must be- accompanied by a
bond, probated before the Mayor or City Clerk.
Tbe Department of Awards reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
E. M. BIGELOW,
oclO-19 Chief of Dept ot Public Works.
Continued on Fifth and Sixth Paget.
a&-Display advertisements ont dollar per
ignore for one Insertion. Classified advertise?
menu on this page such as Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, eUu, ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken for lets Gum fifty tents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following plaoes,
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 account -with Tub DIS
THOMAS MCCAFFREY. SK9 Butler street.
EMIL G. STUCKEY. 24th street and Penn are.
. G. STUCKEY A CO., WyUe ave. andFultonst.
N. STOKELY. Filth Avenue Market House.
J. "W. WALLACE, tm Fend avenue.
MCALLISTER &SHE113LEK,5th ay. AAlwoodlt.
JACOB SPOHN. Ho. I Carson street
H. A. DONALDSON. 1707 Carson strest.
A. 3. KAEBCHEK, 9 Federal street.
H. J. McBBIDE, Market Honse, Allegheny.
FEED H. EGGEBS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEBS SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
i'EKBYM.GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
W. "W. FLOCKEB, Stationer. Ho. 4 Grant ave.
WANTED-GOOD BABBEB; GOOD WAGES
paid, at 233 FIFTH AVE. OC14-21
-TXTANTFD FIRST-CLASS BARBER. AD
YV DRESS BOX 9S, Gallltzln. Fa. OC13-66
TXTA.NTKD-A GOOD CAKE AND PIEBAKER
V to go to Johnstown. Address BAKER. Dis
patch office. . OC1M5
LABORERS AT FOURTH
VV ave. and Wood st.
apply at once, booth
XTTANTED-TWO BOYS TO RUN ERRANDS.
W Apply to BOEUEL BRAUN A CO., 639
Wood St., city. odi-3
highest salary paid to right man. M. J.
SM1T, 311 Smlthfleld st. OC13-137
WANTED-A COMPETENT U RUG CLERK
to manage store: must speak German. Ad
dress XX, Dispatch office. OC13-60
-fTJANTED-EXPERIENCED SINGLE CLOTH
YV ING salesman: Hungarian or Swede pre
ferred. THE MODEL, Braddock. ocll-5
WANTED ONE HUNDRED LABORERS
and twenty-five corkers. Apply to OTT
BROS., Boyd's Hill, head of Shlngess st. oc!4-8
TT7-ANTKD-8 FIBST-CLASS ENTERPRISING
VV real estate salesmen; liberal commission.
ALLES ft BAILEY, 181 Fonrth ave. Tel. 167.
-TTJANTED A HAMMERMAN FOR MEDIUM
V V and small sizes toot steel: mustbe a good
workman and steady. Address HAMMERMAN,
Dispatch office. oclO-23
TT7-ANTED-SOBEB AND HONEST MEN TO
VV sell umbrellas, albums, blankets and silver
ware on payments ln th- city: good salaries paid
to persevering men. UNION CREDIT CO.. 103
Fourth ave OCS-9S-MIWTP
VTJANTED TWO MEN ACCUSTOMED ID
VV using an ax to go to the country. Call at
HOTEL CHEbCENT, Smithfield street, to-morrow,
Monday morning, between the hours of 7
and 8 o'clock. oc!3-160
WANTED A BRIGHT, ACTIVE YOUNG
man. with some knowledge of bookkeeping,
and one willing to make himself generally useful
about music store: references required. 123 S A N
DUSKY ST., Allegheny. oclS-157
TTT-ANTED-SALESMEN AT 875 PER MONTH
VV ealarvand expenses, to sell a line of silver
plated ware, watches, etc. ; by sample only; horse
and team furnished free; write at once for full
Bamculars and sample case of goods free. STAN
ARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass.
WANTED-10 LABORERS FOR FACTORY, 20
laborers for railroad, SO laborers for pipe
line, 2 woodchoppers. 10 stonecutters, 20 laborers
for stone quarry, farm and gardeners, st 640
Grant street. AUG. P.GEISLER, General Agent.
VV ING work and employers and all others
who may wish to employ bricklayers should regis
ter such wants, free or charge, at the headquarters
of the INDUSTRIAL MUTUAL BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, 93 Fourth ave.,
first floor front.
upen until 9 p. M. Saturdays.
WANTED-MEN OF EXPERIENCE WITH
good references, to canvass the city for a
work on advertising and printing: exclusive ter
ritory; tbe work has been subscribed for by the
most prominent merchants throughout the coun
try: something a man can be prond to handle.
Address P. O. BOX 3297. Boston, Mass. ocIJ-71
to handle the new patent chemical Ink eras
ing pencil; greatest novelty ever produced;
erases ink ln two seconds; no abrasion of paDer:
00 to 500 per cent pront: one agent's sales
amounted to (620 coin six days another $32 coin
two hours; territory absolutely free; salary to
geodmen; no ladles need answer; sample 33 cts.
For terms and full particulars, address, THE
MONROE ERASER CO- manufacturers. La
Crosse, Wis. oc!2-62
WANTED DISH-WASHER, WITH SOME
knowledge of cooking, at MILLER'S. 121
and 123 Fifth are.
WANTED ONE GOOD EXPERIENCED
dining room girl Immediately, at BOLEY'S
HOTEL, 31 to 33 Diamond, city. OC14-22
lnadrygoods store. Apply at once toT.
(IFERUUbON, No. 182 Wylle ave., Pittsburg,
WANTEU-A GOOD COOK WHO IS ALSO A
good laundress; best of iwages; reference
required. Apply or address 6014 PENN AVE.,
East End. oclS-6
Male and Female fleln.
-TTJANTED LADY AND GENTLEM AN
VV agents for city and surrounding towns: a
household necessity; Just out; no kitchen com
plete without It: it recommends and sells Itself.
Call at MARTELL'S, 411 Smlthfleld st.
WANTED-FRENCH NURSE TO TAKE
charge of two children, cooks, dining room
girls, chambermaids, nurses, 100 l.onseglrls, Oer
man and colored girls, farm hands, drivers, man
for dairy. MRS. E. THOMPSON, 608 Grant St.
TXTANTED-M ITALIANS, U 75 PER DAY: 8
VT farmhands, hotel steward and housekeeper,
took and chambermaid for small family. (4 per
week each: child's nurse: 2 nurse girls; girls for
hotels and hoarding houses: cooks, chamber
maids, house girls: 2 colored. MEEHAN'S, 5
Grant st. ocl4-D
Rooms. Homes. Etc.
WANTED TO RENT HOUSE OFABOUT10
rooms, wittr modern Improvements and
stable; Last'End preferred: stale price and loca
tion. Address RENTER, Dispatch office. OC12-27
"VTTANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
YV ERTY. over S4, 000; 4 per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER A CO., KFourth avenne.
WANTED $500 TO to0Q.00O-TO LOAN ON
mortgages, 4J& 5 and 6 per cent. JAS. AV.
DKAI'Ei CO,, 129 Jfourth ave., Pittsburg. Tele
phone Iio. S76, 0C9-S7MWFS
tl lnlarfreand small amounts at 4)4, 5 and 8
per cent, free or State tax: no delay. ligi B.
COYLE& CO., 131 Fourth ave. my21-0
WANTED-MOttTOAOES IN LAKGE OK
small amounts on flttsburfr, Allegheny or
suburban Improved real-estate at lowest rates.
ALEXANDERS A LEE, 3U Wood 6t.
WANTED-TO LOAN 350,000 ON MORT
GAGES In amounts to suit, In city or coun
try, at 4K to C per cent, as to security: no delay.
SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO., 99 i'ourth ave.
TXT"ANTEl TO LOAN 1000,000. IN AMOUNTS
TV of $3, COO and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4K percent, free or tax: also smaller
amounts at Sands per cent. BLACK A BAIBD,
85 i ourth avenue. stll-dJO-D
TTJANTED - MOirrGAGES - ri, 000, 000TO LOAN
on city and snbnrban Dronerties at 4K. Sand
e per cent, and on larms ln Allegheny and auja
cent counties at s per cent. 1. 1L -MONMOCKT A
bON, 10j Fourth avenue. ap7-fll
TTJANTED-TO A.OAN 00.000 ON MOKT-
V GAGES; 100 and upward at 6 per cent;
1 500,000 at 4,H per cent on residences or business
property: also ln adjoining counties. 8. H.
FULN Oh. 125 Jfourth avenue. oc31-e84-D
TTTANTEH-TOSTAKTACLUB OF 42 MEM
r V BEES to secure a nne gold watch for each
one in the club at Jl 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX 601, and I will call and snow you tbe watch.
TTTANTED-PEKSONb It) KNOW THAT BY
TV agreeing to pay ft per week you can get
possession of line gold or silver watches, clocks.
Jewelry, diamonds, silverware, etc J. .M1TSCH,
130 Federal st., Allegheny, Pa. selS-uwrsu
for 75c per doz. : bring the little ones: don't min;
No. 70 Federal St. These cabinets will not fade.
WAJJTED-BY PEABSON, LEADING FHO
TOGltAPHEB, 96 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he Is making Une cabinets at tl 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised; Instan
taneous process. mhlJ-63
"T7"ANTED HIGHEST SPOT CASH PBICES
.it PId for second-hand furniture, carpets and
household goods of all kinds, mi FEN & AVE
TJTTANTED-1BON AND GLAB3 WORKERS
J V to take notice Where employment ii steady,
" Cochran station, and purchase cheap lots in
the Patterson Plan; cheap; on easy terms; month
ly or yearly payments. J. K. WYLIE, Agent.
JJuquesne, Pa., or No. 8 Wood street, room S,
Pittsburg. Pa. oc 12-91
POK SALE IMPROVED HEAL ESTATE.
TJWB 8ALE-ON COLWELL ST.. NEAR
X! Ulnwlddle. a-sty. brick dwelling-. 6 rooms,
juand a. gas; In good condition: a bargain; lot
20x100 to alley. J. 0. BEILLY, 77 Diamond St.
FOR BALE-AT HfM-VEHY REASONABLE
u. terms; short walk from the poitofflcc, on
Bluff st.. Sixth ward; a neat brick honse or 8
rooms, late conveniences. See W. A. HERRON
& SONB, No. SO Fonrtu ave. ocl0-20-irrh
FOR SALE-MT. WASHINGTON, SOUTHERN
ave.. Thirty-second ward: frame dwelling
house. 8 rooms, good location, large grounds: a
very pleasant place for a borne: price reasonable;
terms easy. SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO.,
Fourth ave. oc9-53-10.12.K18. is
EOR SALE ONLY 10 MINUTES FROM THE
Court House a new complete brick honse. 8
rooms, thorouffhlv lmnroTEd.
on Locust, near
'atlon? TirleA low
Mlltenberger st, ; a desirable location
uu terms easy.
W. A. HEBRON A SONS. 80
FOR SALE VERY CHEAP-A DESIRABLE
new house, late style, 9 rooms; lot sort, front:
street Is paved, city sewer; centrally located and
a very short distance from the Court House; a bar
gain Is oHeredir sold quick. W. A. HEREON A
SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave. oclO-50-jcih
East End Residences.
FOB SALE-LOT ON HOMEWOOD AVE., 24X
100 feet: good location for store; handy to
P. R. R.; price, px. on easy payments. MEL
LON BBOTHEB37 6349 Station St., E. E.
TjUlB SALE-MODERN 8-BOOMED BRICK
X house, nicely located, on Margaretu st.;
handy to B. B. and cable line: price, 83,600; on
time. MELLON BROTHERS, 6349 Station St..
E. E. OC18-U9-UWT
FOR SALE-SHADYSIDE DWELLING, WAL
NUTst.; a 2-story frame of 7 rooms and fin
ished attic, hall. b. ft e. water, gas, etc : call and
get full particulars. BLACK A BAIBD, 95 Fourth
avenue. 3A-147. ocl3-74
TTIOR SALE-SECURE ONE OF THOSE VERY
V desirable lots for a, home or Investment;
Villa Park plan: now Is the time to secure a se
lection. Colored plan from JOHNF. BAXTER,
Agent, 512 Smlthfleld street, i ocl3-7S-MW7
TPOR 8 ALE MODEL OAKLAND HOUSE, AT
JJ WOOD street, near Cable place, a s-story-brick
dwelling of 8 rooms, hall, laundry, front
porch; other conveniences; large lot 93x123 to an
alley. BLACK A BAIBD, 95 Fourth ave. 2P-83.
FOR SALE A NICE NEW HOUSE AND
corner lot. ln the East End, 8 rooms, hall,
cellar, etc. : fine corner lot, fruit trees, etc.. etc.:
price only (3,850: on small payments; Immediate
possession. JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. OCI2-S9-D
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. V. REILLY, 77 Diamond st. ocllW
FOR SALE-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 commodlons rooms, recep
tion hall, range, bath, laundry, all the latest Im
proved conveniences; large lot: 81.000 cash, bal
ance to suit. BLACK A BAIBD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-ON COR. EDWIN AND ELWOOD
sts. ; lot 89 it. front 120 ft. deep to 20-ft. alley;
new frame honse of 8 rooms, reception haft,
basement, laundry, good sewerage, elegant front
and side porches, good neighborhood, one square
from Huand ave.: abt. 2 minutes' walk from
Fifth ave. cable cars: complete ln every respect;
only 6,750, THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth
FOR SALE A FINE. NEW BRICK RESI
DENCE property, with beautiful, large lot,
situate on one of the most pleasant avenues ln the
East End; a gentle elevation, affording a charming
view of Liberty Valley, and securing a perfect
sewerage system: 12 elegant rooms, wltn spacious
reception ball, billiard room, bath and lavatorial
facilities with patent Scotch closet; laundry, nat
ural gas and all or the more recent appliances, and
everything ln the most perfect order; wide piazza
covering the entire front and side; It will prove In
teresting to any one ln quest or a handsome East
End borne to examine this valuable property. Par
ticulars from JAS. W. DRAPE A CO.. 129 Fourth
avenue, Plttsbnrg. ocli-87-MWS
FOR BALE-WASHINGTON STREET, ALLE
GHENY, brick residence, S rooms; bath
room, etc.; all conveniences: price 18,500: easy
terms. This Is a bargain. W. W. MCNEILL A
BRO 105 Fourth ave. odS-83
FOR SALE A FINE 2-8TOHY FRAME
house Just completed, or 8 rooms, hall, front
porch, slate mantels, and has lot 50 ft. front on
California ave., Allegheny, by 165 to Colorado st.
THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-MORRISON AVE. . ALLEGHENY,
convenient to streetcars and market house;
elegant new 6 room frame house, large lot, nice
porches: this property must be sold: price low:
terms to suit. W. W. MCNEILL A BRO., 105
Fonrth ave. ocls-84
FOR SALE-ON LACOCK ST., ALLEGHENY,
centrally located, only 10 minutes' walk
from Pittsburg P. O., a very desirable property:
lot 21x100 feet, well improved: brick dwelling 7
rooms ln front; frame house of 4 rooms on street
ln rear: at a low price. W. A. HERRON & SONS,
80 Fourth avenue. oc2-40-wfm
FOR SALE AN EXCELLENT BRICK
dwelling with largo corner lot ln AUegheny;
near parks and street cars; 9 rooms, with bath, w.
c, laundry, natural gas, wide hall, dry cellar,
finished attic, etc.. all ln prime order: almost
new; price and terms reasonable. JAS. W.
DRAPE & CO.. 129 Fourth avenne, Pittsburg.
VERY DESIRABt.T! REST.
Clifton are.. Rpcnnri wnril a lip.
Kaeuy, near a ireei cars ana electric roaa, s rooms,
hall, sliding doors between hall, parlor and dining
room, inside shutters, porches, front Bud rear,
fine mantels, nat. and art. gas, batb, inside w. c,
range and laundry, etc.: this honse 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., 89 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-NAE SANDY CHEEK STATION,
A. V. R. R.. 2-story frame dwelling, 6 rooms
and finished attic; new and modern; i acres of
level gronnd: a verv pleasant country home. J.
C. REILLY, 77 Diamond st. OC13-150
FOR SALE-BELLEVUE P., Ft. W. A C. B.
k., frame dwelling house 8 rooms. Iji
acres ground, well improved; stable, carriage
bouse, etc.: must be sold at once; owner going
away: price very low
ss., vj x ounu aye.
FOR SALE-A NICE SMALL HOUSE, WITH
large lot at Ingram station: 2 mlnntes' walk
from station; 6 rooms, hsll and cellar, natural
gas, water, etc, etc.: fine double lot: small
amount down, balance monthly payments; Imme
diate possession. JAS. W. DRAPE A CO.. 129
fourth avenue Plttsbnrg oc!2-86-p
FOR SALE LOTS.
East End Lots.
FOR SALE 8HADYSIDE BUILDING LOTS
very desirable, on Bellcfonte St., one square
from Fifth avenne: cheap; lot 40x100 ft w. A.
HERRON A SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. ocl3-77-UTh
FOR SALE-ON ROUP ST., 3 MINUTES
walk from Fifth ave. cable cars: lot 4uzlu0. to
ZO-ft. alley; sets -well above grade
THOS. LIGGETT. No. 114
FOB SALE-BUY A LOT IN BAUM .GKOVE,
notice the Improvements now being made;
when completed will certainly enhance value.
MELLON BKU3.. East End, or JOHN V. BAXTEK.
Agent. 512 Smlthfleld st. ocll-1-Jrrhr
FOB SALE-ON BATES ST., AT FOOT Of
Oakland ave. , beautirnl lot, 90x120, to 20-ft.
alley; about 6 minutes' walk from Fifth ave. cable
ears: elegant neighborhood: only S3, 000. THOS.
LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-467 50 FEB FOOT-BOULEVABD,
Thomas street, near Linden ave., lot 50x155
feet; this is one of the most desirable lots ln the
Plan: street Is 90 feet wide, payed and sewered;
4 minutes' walk from Fifth ave. station.
SAMUEL "W. BLACK A CO., 89 Fourth aye.
FOB SALE-EAST END LOTS. 40x155, J. W.
ABBOTT plan, Fifth ave. extension, Franks
town aye.. Grazier and Kelly street: city im
provements and conveniences; the proposed new
Firth ave. station, F. B. it., electric road within
one (1) minutes' walki a very low price lias been
put on those desirable lots; call soon. BLACK &
BA1KD, 95 Fourth ave, ,, OC13-125
FOB SALE A FINE LOT 50 OB 60x150 FEET
on Fifth avenue near Bellefield Fresbyterlan
Church tone of tbe most eligible loUon the ave
nue; price for 50 feet J2.0CO and for 60 -feet $2,250;
Schenley property. 48 years lease; rare bargain.
JAS. "W. DBABE A CO., 129 Fourth avenue.
FOB SALE FABM 300 ACBES. "WELL IM
1'BOVED: will divide toadvantage: at sta
tion 10 miles from Plttsbnrg: must be sold to settle
estate. ED. W1TITSH. 410 Grant st.. Pittsburg,
FOB SALE FABBI-TO ANY CAPITALIST,
either lady or gentleman, that wishes to boy
one of the finest Improved farms ln tbe State of
Kentucky; price, $65,000: It contains over 700
acres, and as 1 nave a personal knowledge of It
ana the surrounding country, 1 will give a guar
anteed, truthful statement of the facts to any per
son wishing to Investigate, whoisableandwllllng
toDuy, trail be found correct. Call on or address
I J. JEFFBIES,Bellevernon. Fayette Co.. Pa.
FOB SALE A FARM OF 175 ACRES INVIB
61N1A, convenient to a good town, schools,
churches, postofflce, stores, market, etc., ln an
exceedingly desirable part of the State; soil rich
and productive: plenty of timber, good water,
etc. ; an enterprising northern farmer owns and
occupies the adjoining farm: nrlce only tisoo-
would exchange ln part lor small city or sub-.
urban; one of our firm has been on the farm and
X.r S"o inn particulars. iab. w,
CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOB BALE-LOT'S AT GLENWOODNEAB
the station: graded streets, sidewalks, clly
vrater.housesand lots lor sale, tl.0. 8L73B. f2.0Cu,
ten per cent cash, balance on monthly payments:
Second Ave. Electric Railway will pass In front of
these lots; B. A O. Ballroadfare monthly tickets,
Mi cents per trip; 12 minutes from Smltnflcld sto
10BUlSO. BUBGW1N, 1M Fourth ave.
nXf?0lce ,0.,s ln Mrg- Cooper's plan, near
1ie.wPrigh.t,"ir5&',lind wTUe avenue, lot 40x125
,.,25.;l!?SU?t.for"ther Price: longtime. A. LEG
GATE A SON, Agents, Si Fedcrafst., AUegheny.
tT5DS'iIjE-IT WILL BE TO YOUR 1NTER
A. jusr to secure one of our new revised cata
logues with supplement (Just published) before
buying elsewhere: we have a large variety of new
properties coming ln dally, and ran supply your
wants without delay; lots and dwellings ln all
parts or the 2 cities and suburbs: all prices and
i?W5?u 0T ndfor this valuable book. BLACK
ft HAIKU. 95 Fourth ave. oc9-53
FOB. SALE BUSINESS.
FOB SALE-A GOOD PAYING GENERAL
store at a bargain i storeroom and dwelling.
For particulars address S. P. POOBBAUGIL
Glencoe, Pa. ocS-3
TTOB SALE-A SMALL BAKEBY" AND CON
X?' FECTIONERY business, with horse wagon,
etc, ln the city, on a good business thorongbrare;
vslne about 11.000:, a good opening. JAS. W.
DBAPE A CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
ORSALE-AN OLD-ESTABLISHED FAM
. ,fLY grocerr on one of the best thoroughfares
'" -".ucgneny: a nne paying business, mostly on a
this Is one of the most desirable stands
in eitner city.
Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE
123 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
SALE A FINE CONFEtrTTON ERY
store, centrally located on Fifth ave.: doing
a business of 18 to 850 per day; leasehold on store.
Ice cream parlor and 4 dwelling roomi
ite cream parior ana saweiung rooms, only 830
Per month ; stock and fixtures will Invoice about
fcfW: will be sold cheap If sold at once. -THOS.
"""! 114 J! ounn ave. oeiu-ro-xwTSsa
FOR BALE-2 FINE BAKERIES AND CON
FE0TlONERIES,ln excellent locations, large
I and nntlnn
stores, feed store, printing office and many other
business chances for males or females: free par
ticulars. BHEPABDACO., S4 Fifth ave. oc3
FOB SALE lflEST-CLASS BOARDING
house. Jl rooms, lolly oceupled: permanent
lodgers; positive bargain owing to sickness. Ad
dress at once, GOOD BARGAIN, Dispatch office.
TTOB SALE-iN VESTMENT FIFTH AVEN UE,
V near Logan street, 3-sty. pressed brick iront,
7 rooms and storeroom; price low enough to be
considered a good purchase; lot 21x89. J. C.
BEILLY, 77 Diamond st. ocl3-150
SALE-THE VALUABLE BUSINESS
property ino. iiareun avenne, city, between
Eleventh and Twelfth streets, to be sold at Mas
wr's saie, oy oraer or the court or common Pleas,
on next Thursday morning, October 17, at 11
o'cioca, on me premises: get handbUl orrull par
ticulars at our office. JAS. 8. YOUNG, Master.
JAS. W. DRAPE A CO.,129 Fourth avenue, Pltta
FOR BALE (99) PENN AVE.. E. E.. BET.
HUandand Collins ave., fine business loca
tion; 10120x145, to another street; this is a bar
gain. SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth
TPOR SALE-EXCELLE ST M ANUFACTUEIN G
AJ site, near Fifty-fourth street, city, fronttngSOO
feet on Allegheny Valley Railroad by 300 feet deep
to a street; one of the most eligible sites ln tbe city
for manufacturing purposes: will sell at a bargain
on long, easy payments; owner being a non-resident,
wants to sell. Particulars from JAS. W.
DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth avenne, Plttsbnrg, Pa.
FOR 8 ALE EXOELLENTMAN UFACTURIN O
site near Fifty-fourth street, city, fronting
300 feet on Allegheny Valley Railroad by 300. feet
deep to a street; one of tbe most eligible sites ln
the city for manufacturing purposes; will sell at a
bargain on long, easy payments: owner being a
non-resident, wants to sell. Particulars from
JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pitts
burg. Pa. oc5-g7-MTTB
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, etc
FOB SALE SECOND-HAND BAROUCHE,
as good as new. Can be seen at C. WEST A
CO.'S, Carriage Makers, 4J0 Duquesne way, Pitts
burg, Pa. oclo-28
TTHJE BABE BAY MARE 9 YEARS OLD,
JU good driver and don't scare at cars: also har
ness and good buggy
doetor style: will be sold
cheap. Inquire at McCUE'S COAL YARD,
ave. and xry st., city.
Machlncrr and Sletat.
FOR BALE ENGINES AND BOILERS NEW
and refitted; repalrlngpromptly attended to.
PORTER FOU NDBY ANDMACHINE CO.. LIM..
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29
TT'OR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers: all sizes and styles kent ln stock, from
4 to 100 tup.; all refitted: good as new, at lowest
rices: mounted portable engines. 8 to 23 h. p.
MB Park way. J . S. Y O UN G, Allegheny, Pa.
FOK SALE - HOISTING ENGINES, NEW
and second band; Wire and manilla rope, der
rick and fittings, hoisting tobs andean, clay and
ore pans, engines, boilers and machinery.
THOMAS CARLIN'S SONS, Lacock and Sandusky
sts.. Allegheny.;.,. anS-lT-jrws"
E STRAY-CAME TO THE HOUSE OF THE
undersigned on Sunday, October 6, a bay
uuiici u.uu cia uvb p&me oy proving properly
and paying charges.
Em.CE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
partnership between E. M. Roberts and
Adamsv. under the firm name and style of
Roberts A Adams, is dissolved by mutual con
sent C. EL Adams withdrawing. All debts
owing to said partnership are to be received by
E.M. Roberts, and all demands are to be pre
sented to him for payment.
E. M. Roberts will continue the horseshoe
ing business at the old stand, cor. 8. TWENTY-SECOND
STREET and CAREY ALLEY,
VTOTICE Of DISSOLUTION.
otlce is hereby riven that br vote of thn
members of Elcas, Reimer & Co., Limited, a
joint stock association, the same was dissolved
by mntualconsent. All debts of the associa
tion will be paid by C. N. Reimef, to whom all
payments for accounts due said association will
be made. S. P. EKAS,
C. N. REIMER,
October 12, 1SS9. JERRY BEACOM.
THE LAST WEEK
Many Special Attractions Arranged.
Another Season of Delightful Music by
INNES' FAMOUS NEW YORK
THIRTEENTH REGIMENT BAND.
TICRS. JENNESS MILLER,
THE LOVELY DRESS REFORM
Will deliver another lecture
OLD CITY HALL,
ON WEDNE8DAY, OCTOBER 16, AT 2 P. M.
Seats nowOn sale at Hamilton's music store.
Fifth avenne, city. ocIO-5-mtts
A WONDERFUL MACHINE
Answers Intelligently all questions put to
it. A perfect marvel unheard of before. Direct
from Paris Exposition, where it was one of tbe
chief attractions. On exhibition in theNEW
SIXTH ST. MUSEUM, where there are be
sides many novelties, curiosities and fine stage
performances. All Improper characters ex
cluded from the museum, its exhibitions being
ot a strictly moral nature. Stage performances
every hour. Ten cents will admit to all parts of
tbe museum. Opens MONDAY, Oct. 14, 18S9. at
7 P. 31. OC13-U2
pi RAND OPERA HOUSE
RUDOLPH ARONSON in tbe Comlo Opera
Oct. 2L Little Lord Fanntleroy. ocl4-16
J. M. BILL'S
A POSSIBLE CASE COMPANY.
Oct.2L Oliver Doud Byron. 0014-23-31X17
ARRIS' THEATER-EVERY AFTER
NOON and evening.
. A. Brady's Original Version of SHE.
Weird, Mystical, Barbaric,
i Gorgeous in Scenic Effects.
Week October 21 Daniel Boone. ocl3-31
TTARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
Xo-nlght, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and
BIG SPECIALTY SHOW. ocI3
'., 'I - ,TOLET?'f,
TO LET-flS FEB MO. -THE BEST HOUSE IN
either city for the money: neat hrtefc house,
6 rooms, late Improvements: No. 261 Plymouth st.
W. A. HEBRON A 80NS, 80 Fourta ave.
oc 10-21-11 Th
East End Residence.
TO LET-BELLEVUE, P FT. W. O. B. B..
elegant residence, 14 rooms, complete .In
every respect; large lot, fruit and sbaoe trees.
SAMUEL W.BLACK.ACO., 89 Fourth are.
TO LET-HOUSE OF 14 BOOHS, STABLE
and outbuildings; largo grounds; on Negley.
arenne. near Penn avenue cable ears. Inquire of
HENBY EOBEBT3,at Oliver AKoberts Wire Co..
TO LET BAKEBY IN A SPLENDID LOCA-
TlON. Inquire at the premlsesT No. 2130
BAB AH ST.. 8. fi. ocl(-l&
TO LET-WAREHOUSE, NEW,-STOETAND
cellar, 40x80; power elevator; convenient to
Slarket st.; first class for any wholesale hnslness.
SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth ave.
rTK) LET FOUR (O STOREBOOMS-GOOD
JL. business stands on corner Liberty and
Fourth and on corner of Penn and Third, with
dwellings; 24 unfurnished rooms for housekeep
ing. Inquire of S. MU3GEAVE, 44 Fourth street.
Offices. Desk Room. tc
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, twoortne
roomiest and best-lighted offices to he found In the
city; rent, SSOOand two per annum. Including elec
tric lights. ;anltor service and steam heating.
Apply between 10 A. M. and 1p.m., or between
2 and 4 P. if. jyZ3-7
ERSONAL-MALTBY'S OYSTER DEPOT,
late 7S Fifth avenue, removed tA an Hmith-
neld street; fresh oysters received dally: orders
filled at lowest prices.
4. D. tlKMMWKIiE. JHgr.
PERSONAL-BOOKS! BOOKS 1 BOOKS!
New and old, ancient and mouero standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30,009 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STOKE. 960
Liberty St. au3-M
HIS LOVE BTTDDETT1.V T1E-
reeentlT the-r had not bp-n nn thn
best of terms owing to little family tar occa-
diuucu uj iuc nno insulin us oerng aiioweu to
renovate his wearing apparel, and which, ol
course, was done ln a bungling manner; In order
to prevent tbe trouble they agreed to send alt
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor. 65
Fifth ave.. corner Wood st.. second floor; and
now everything Is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns ln their household. Telephone 15SS.
NOTICE I HEREBY NOTIFY Ali PER
SONS not to give my son. GEORGE
GUIBERT, or any person else, any (roods on
my credit, as I will not be responsible for the
same. PETER GUIBERT.
OFFICE OF FIDELITY TITLE AN1I TRUST CO.
ESTATE OF TIMOTHY BO WE. DECEASED--Notice
Is hereby given that letters or admin
istration on the estate of Timothy Bowe. deceased,
late of Pittsburg, Pa., have been granted to the
undersigned, 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 without delay.
FIDELITY TITLE AND TRUST CO., AdmlnlJl
trator. DAVID Q. EWlNQ, Attorneyl seH-l-K
BRUCE A SHIELDS. Attorneys at Law,
Corner Fifth avenno and Grant street
ESTATE OF-JOHN McKAY. DECEASED.
Notice is hereby given that letters testa
mentary on the estate of John McKay, lata of
Penn township, Allegheny county, Pa de
ceased, nave been granted to tbe undersigned,
to whom all persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment, and
those having claims against the sama should
mass went Known witnout delay.
.,?MES HcKAY; Executor.
oco-ai.M 1005 Liberty street Pittsbnrg. Pa.
FTHE ORPHANS' COURT OF ALLE
Comingo, deceased. -A-. Ira8- Writ, of
t, , ..c-o. j partltlon or valuation.
To John Beckley. of Raleieh a H "West
Virginia; Jsaoe C Beckley. of Hatton. Mis
souri; William G. Beckley, of Aux Vasse, Mis
souri; Alfred Beckley. of Fincastle, Virginia:
Mary Isabella BIoss, of Wayne a H West
Virginia: Emma Strickland, of Noble, Illinois:
Robert Beckley, Alfred cCBeckley and Mrs.
Annie D. Parsons, of Spencer, West' Virginia;
Neville Beckley; Jr.. ot Illinois; Gilbert Lee
Beckley; of East Las Vegas, Now Mexico, and
Clarence J. Beckley, of Roanoke. Virginia.
You are hereby notified that an inquisition
will be held ln pursuance ot the above men
tioned writ of partition or valuation on tbe
premises In the Fourteenth ward, Pittsburg;
corner of Center avenue and Craip street, Al
legheny" county, Pennsylvania, on Wednesday,
the 23d day of October, A- D. 1888. at 10 o'cIock
a. M to make partition to and among' the
heirs of said deceased in such manner and ln
such proportions as by the laws of this Com
monwealth is directed, etc:, at which time and
place you may attend if you think proper.
ALEX. .S. McCANDLESS, Sheriff.
-Sheriff's office, Pittsburg, September 27, A.
j..xoog. t - seauue-x
BRUCE fc SHIELDS, Attorneys at Law.
Cor. Fifth Ave. and Grant St.
MASTER'S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL
estate. No. 1125 Penn avenne. Jn the
Court of Common Pleas No. 2, of Allegheny
county, Pennsylvania, sitting ln equity, at No.
209 October Term, 1887. Robert W. Wrlehtvs
David Garrett, trustee et aT, to the highest and
best bidder, on
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17. '89,
at 11 o'clock A. M., all that certain piece ofreal
estate ot Robert Wright, deceased, late of the
city of Pittsburg, in Allegheny county, situate
In the Ninth ward of said city, fronting on
Penn avenue, and beginning at apoint two bun-
"" sua sixteen inoj leet west of Twelfth
street, running thence parallel with Twelfth
street, one hundred (1001 feet to Mulberry
alley; thence along said alley twenty-four (2ij
feet to lot or property of. James McCIain, and
now of Margaret McCIain and Isabella W.
Meeds; thence along said lot or property one
hundred (100) feet to Penu avenne; thence
along said street twenty-fonr (24) feet to the
lii-vo ui ueKiuniug. Deingmesame wnicn John
Wright et ox by deed dated 21th Marco, 1849, as
recorded ln the Recorder's office of said county.
.uucu vuu-, TUJ. DO, Jjagu oo, KIUICU ZLBQ COn-
veyed to the said Robert Wright; see also deed
of Robert WriEht with Susan, alias Susannah
H. Wrigbt, bis wife, to David Garrett, dated
the 21st day of December, 1834. as recorded in
said Recorder's office, ln deed book; vol. 118,
TERMS OP SALE-One-thlrd or one-half ln
cash on delivery of deed: and the balance in
two equal annual payments, to be evidenced by
common bond, secured by tight mortgage on
the premises, with Interest semi-annually, or
all cash on delivery of deed. 10 per cent of
purchase money to be paid down on day ot
sale. JAS. a YOUNG. Master.
JAS. W. DRAPE A CO.,
Asrents and Auctioneer-
QC12-100-D 129 Fonrth avenne. Pittsbnrg.
BY HENRY AUCTION CO.- LIM.
T AUCTION-60 SECOND-HAND CAR-
large hotel,' TUESDAY MORNING, October
15, at 10 o'clock, at the rooms. No. 311 Market
street, uac cnerry ana wainutcnamDersnits,
bedsteads, bureaus, washstands, wardrobes,
cupboards, tables, chairs, rockers, lounges,
couches, chiffoniers, mirrors, pictures, shades,
door and window curtains, 2 very large hand
some parlor suits. haUracks, bookcases, desks,
cabinets, ornaments, bedding; hair and busk
mattresses, springs, Dianiceis, aruggets. rugs,
china, glass and delfware. toilet sets,aideboard,
cooking range and utensils, kitchen table and
chairs, tinware and kitchen goodsand roo
qhette, velvet and Brussels carpets. HENRY
AUCTION CO., LIM., Auctioneers. ocl3-85
A DJOURNED SALE DESIRABLE
XI. nra ours properties ai auction, on
T HURSDAY. October 17, at 3 o'clock p. jc on
the premises on Short, Liberty or Llgo
nier street. Sixteenth ward, near Thirty
fourth street and Howard Public School
honse. Lot 90x100 feet, with two 2-story
bricks, five 2-story frames and one frame
cottage honse thereon. The attention of capi
talists is invited. For f nil information apply
to L M. PENNOCK fe SON, 105 Fourth avojor
&.j.rrjixtuoi Auctioneer. uu urancst.
ADJOURNED SALE DESIRABLE
Pittsbnrg properties at Auction, on
THURSDAY, October 17. at 2 o'clock p. jf on
tbe premises, on the corner of Tbirty-ntth and
Butler streets. Fifteenth ward; lot 96 ft. on
Butler St.. 240 ft. on Thirty-fifth stand 79 ft. on
Penn ave., on which are 13 brick and frame
houses; eligibly situated for business purposes
or dwellings; now a good parine Investment;
can be improved to great advantage. For fnll
information apply to L M. PENNOCK A SON.
105 Fourth ave., or A. J.PENTECOST. Auc
tioneer, No. 413 Grant st ocl&82
On Liberty, near Eleventh ft.
HENRY A. WEAVER & CO.
W-OHT 3W T
X Coat a4 ja Coshwbt w-
seated propomH let Mw erection of Me
doable coke avow sua October SL mt.
tone built wit cnvMiac wall hearts
For farther aarMonJars Inquire at the psTjc at
w. xt. TYxususi, n(paeer, renn Mil
Oftjce of Cotrerrr Costkoixkb. i
1 PmSBUBG, October 11, 18b. (
OEALED PROPOSALS WlUi BE WtV
O CE1VKD at this eee an til o'clock r. it .
aHURSDAY. October 17,18, for wtdetMac
uuu uLKiiuiBKapuraKaH m iniHze aver LaH
tlers creek atMcCahea. Bids to be by te tea '
stun for work comptote. Work to be completed'
on or before December 1, H8BV Bpectteattona
can bo seen at the oftoe of the Coaatv g-gt -peer
after MONDAY, October H, 1839.
Bidders should visit site before bidding.
0&Z48 Ceoaty CentroHer.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BB K
CEIVED by tbe ntHierelfwd at tsw-Me-cbantg
and Manufacturers' Bnak. at ,
Mlctt, until OCTOBER . 1889, at 12 o'etoete
noon, tor tne purcnase or w.uwoi toe xsaraas
Graphite Mining Company's 8 per eat ttat
mortgage coupon bonds, ia sans, est Mf-aMiy
upward, reserving tbe riaht to reteec ssrar
ail bids. The property consists of 8a are s( ;
una in jsaraza connty, iHlctL. mtn a vets ef
graphite or black lead 171 feet la thMciwas mw
workine. and a personal guarantee give W a- a '
good party If required- - j- li
runner luiormaooa given oa Mnmtc af
Fred Carlisle, 51 Campau Buildta, BetratC,
Mich. F. CAJtUfttiAt.
i -,-- wi- ii i a.,
pITY CLERK'S NOTICE OF TBK CITT
J ot Spokane Falls, W. T. To a wn kr
may concern: NatinA ! lif)Mr ! -
sealed proposals for the furnishlnc awl feat, ,
ta the city of Spokane Falls, WVT.,atsW
(12) inch water main, teBgth aworsssMrt
nueu uw uixeo laouBanu sevsB annftt ana
eighty (3.780) feet; also to furnish awl lay a stx
(8) inch water main, length approxiaiaielr
when laid one thousand eizht hundred a-!.
fifty 1 1,800) feet: also furnish And. lav a-n '-
hundred and sixty feet of four (41 tacit akM
for hydrants, will be received by neat
time or tne meeting or the City CoweR mfr.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, Novesaber &, Masfc
and not latar thnn fltfl nVtv nr uLi jlT
specifications for above furnishiBg awl teyiasr,
of water mains can be examined in the oc at
the .Pittsburg Dispatch. All bids xritet a .
securely sealed, and Indorsed on the aavs4ng .
substantially, sealed proposals for the favaiaaV
ing and laying of water mates in tbe ettraf
opoiuuio j? alls, yy. a., ana also aceewmaassa Br
a certified check of five hundred (4aMMii
as a guarantee of good faith. The CoataTi-
serves taensnt to reject any or ail bias. i
PROPOSALS FOR STEEL POR USE :
jl sue construction onwo crataers. T ari
3,009 toss displacement each, for tba Ua
oiates ravv, one oi saw cruisers (fleC 7T
constructed at the Davy yard.Broo4riBc J
and the other (No. 81 at the navy j iiisL Tana I
mouth, Va. Navy Department. WaasssaaaW
D. O, September ZT. IS. Under aarttkafstf "
ujuiciicu uy mo act ua i,onfrresB ma
propnations for the naval service, i
September 7,1388 (Statutes at Lane.
pae 472), sealed proposals, are berey i
and will be received at this Imimsmas i
o'clock noon oa THURSDAY.
day ot October, 1888. for Jar
ing and delivering the following oh
ami quantities oi material at eaesv e sm aasa.
yards, for use In tbe conetateefea 4, saii
cruisers: uiass a. steel Plates. Aaasst
hundred and seventy-two (575) tons
B. About one hundred and atsety
foot. ClasaO. One arsaored tabe oC
steel, 80 pouans per square feet;
clear inside. 12 inches, to be in one
3 inches long; weight about 5.8M
counter tower, oval Shane, time fa
7 feet 8 inches by 4 feet 9 Inches by
10 inches hieh. of wrouEht ssaai.
per square foot; weight aboat ,)
une top to conniBgr tower ot
steel piate oi 00 pounds par una ess
the enge to be flanged down about iaci
snape or conning tower; weight aa
pounds. One shield or roar d -lata to
wrought steel plate ot 80 pounds par.
over entrance extending from sWeM te
or. wrought steel piate ot w poumla per
foot: weight about L2Q0 pounds. In aH.
ten (10) tons. Class D Steel Shapes .
one uunarea ana sn iko; ions ot steel
of -various sizes; aboat fifty-six (St)
Bfcee aBi aoa A-Buiu'Deams, wisa
vatnrevirom lotoaa pounds per :
thirty-eight (38) tons ot steel
to 14 pounds per foot. Class
About seventy (70) tons steel rivets
to IK inch diameter. Class F Steel
Aboat elchtv-three (83) tons of stee
various shapes, stem, stern poet, rodder
snais tuces, snare struts, hawse
etc. The teas of material herein-e
be of 240 poaBds each. Alls-id
be of such detailed dimensions, i
shapes as may be required in the
of the vessels, and to be deflvand
place or placeewn the said navytyasefcae
do uewgoateu oy lue respective t
thereof. Deliveries to cotomenee
laoi days from the date of contnoc-a-t 1
completed within six (8) month fiiaa
oata. a no material to ae deirverad
in accordance with detailed
prepared by the Naval s
said navy yards, respectively.
order required to carry on the wort to ttw
mierests ox tne uovernmeot. Ail ma
he of domestic manafaattwe, aod .
cepted only after passing sods teats as :
prescribed therefor by the. Secretary a
aibtj. AxuyusAis oiuat ue ansae aw
the material for each vessel. -hr
with forms whleb will be f ursisbed w
tion to tne Bureau of CoostrneooB i
and any one or more. of rhn iirannrn
may oe emoracea in toe same pi
bid for a portion ot any class
ere A. Each proposal most be ac
satisfactory evidence that tea
is aoie to lurnlsn and deliver
tenal for wnteli be bids; also, b
check, parable to tbe order of the
the Navy, for aa amount equal to S per
tbe bid. The check received from fts i
f ul bidder will be returned so Mm oa'Ms
ing into a iorraai contract xor tae doe
ance ot tne wane ana giving oood lor
witn saufliaasory surety, in a penal aa
to 25 per cent of the amoant of bit War;
case ne snau tail to enter into suoa
come the property of the United
All checks accoajpanyinir propeaes
are not accepted wIQ be n
immediately alter the awareT
nave been made. Information relative to
cumensions ana Shapes oi- material.
other Information essential to bidden, waa wl
furnished on personal application to the immm. i
of Construction and Repair. NavyDeiaiiumair 1
closed in e
must be made la dopHcate, aal la-"!!
closed in envelopes marked "Proposals ier aseeti
for U. SL 8. CraJser
(Nol. "). and aaerooood lei
tbe Secretary of the- Navy. Navy DeBansaeac,
Washington, D.C. Bach class of mataeayawflti
be bid for separately; and tbe Secretary ef tba i
Navy reserves the right to refaet ur a sot 1
bids, or the bids on any esass or classes, aa, iar
his Judgment, tbe Interests of, tbe niiniaaiimlj
may require. li.XKAUY,. Secretary-asaeXfl
VTAVY DEPARTMENT, "WASH!
JL.S uuiunc xecv. azus Aep
advertisement dated Seetember 27., h
lnc proposals for steel for use is the
tion of two cruisers, ot about S.0M
Placement each, for tbe United atatasl
one of which (No. 7) is to be cons trusted a I
navy yarn, BrooKiyn,!. a., ana bsomh
8) at the navy yard. Portsmouth. Va. is i
fled as follows- Tbe Department reserves site 1
right to give orders for material in aay esass or
classes from time to time during a peria 4c
cue year iroxa sob uaro ot tae OOBCrees.
classes A and a (steel plates). 1 (steel i
and E (steel rivetsl deliveries of m
shall begin under each order or senedale as
or designated at any time by tne Jepartaisaaa
within 30 days from the date of the reetapt
di luB viucr ur Bciiexiuw, aau snau ee eees
pleted within 80 days from mU
date. Incase the completion of the deWvelee
oi an tne materials required under any
or BcuBuoie suaii ue ueiayea oeyoiia see
oi eu aays irom ine aaie oa toe receipt H
deductions of KfAOO per day may. in tne
tion ot the Secretary ot theNayv.be
from tbe contract price for each and every dasrl
lexcepung- ounoays j aunng wsucn sees eel
Stetton is delayed beyond tbe said period i
days: provided, that such orders or sahodat
shall not require tbe delivery of more tkaa a
sixth of the amount of any class ta aayc
month. In classes C and F deliveries ef mat
ials shall be completed within 80 days frost 1
date of the receipt of the patterns or compel
orders for such materials. Payment, last
reservation of S per cent, will be made-
classes A.B.D and E,on tbe first of
month, and tor the materials delivered dariear
the nrecedlse? month. Payment, less a reeeriaf.
tion ot 10 per cent, will be made oa classes
ana x , on each oeuvery. reservation wmi Hsl
withheld until the completion of all the MfcrV
eries under tbe contract. B. F. TRACT: Sael
retary of the Navy. ooHNeurt,
1 mortgage for.
1 mortgage for.
2 mortgages for
2 mortgages for.....
at low rate oa well-Improved d
HENRY A. WEA
Hasp vs f ap ill
filial laiJ ill