Pittsburg dispatch. (Pittsburg [Pa.]) 1880-1923, October 15, 1889, Page 3, Image 3
,?. Sfv v ssig "TV'j "' . THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, .v TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15; 1889. Umn new eital. Opening Up of 4,000 Acres of Coal Lands 189 Miles Nearer Chicago. THE MONOXGAIIELA HEADWATERS Will Ship Black Diamonds Ij Kail Cheaper Than bv Boat AN EEIE CANAL PITTSBURG'S ONLT HOPE People interested in the proposed canal from the Ohio river to Lake Erie shonld be put on their mettle by the inroads some peo ple are contemplating into the coal districts of Logan, Marion. Monongalia and sur rounding counties in "West Virginia. T. M. Jenkins & Co.. of this city, have secured 4,000 acres in Marion county. The coal is said to be as good for gas purposes as is known, but, though a fair article, not the best for coking. But the chief value it pos sesses is that the vein is eight feet thick in the clear and a train -of cars can be loaded in the mines. There will be 600 coke ovens in operation on this tract in a short time. The ground ct-sts but 520 an acre ana on much of it the timber will tell for several times the cost of the land as soon as railways reach the country. Thisseetion is, by the Baltimore and Ohio Bailway system, 189 miles nearer Chicago than is Pittsburg, and 60 miles nearer a Lake Erie port. It is patent at a glance that with veins of the thickness mentioned, and a shorter route to the Northwest, the section mentioned will always have the bulge on the Pittsburg district, that is on that portion of it that must ship down the Monongahela river. This territory is adja cent to the railway built by ex-United States Senator Camden and others. To connect with Bellevcrnon 25 miles of rail way are already bnilt from McKeesport, and 1,000 men are at work, who will soon open the country to the great beyond. OTHEE CAPITAL INVESTING. A number of capitalists, amonc whom is C. Kimberland, of Pittsbunr. have gotten up.a company with 5200,000 capital stock, aud expect to begin boring for petroleum and gas in Marion county, W. Ya., in six weeks. They have leased 6,000 acres of l.md, and think they will get oil. u Prof. "White, State Geologist of West Virginia, is of the same opinion, as he has already bored a well in the territory, reaching the Gantz sand. If oil shonld fail, the coal under and timber on the land will pay largely as soon as railway communication is secured. There are in Logan, McDonald and other counties of West Virginia 300,000 acres of land that can be bought, it is said, at 53 an acre, and under all of it there are coal veins varying trom 34 to 14 feet in thickness. On this ground, it has been learned by actual investigation, are S00.000 poplar trees over 24 inches diameter at stump height, thou sands of large walnut trees, and white oak trees without number. Many millions of money have been spent in late years build ing railways where no one lived, while some of the most prosperous counties in the Union have none at all. THE BIG CAXAL OFFSET. This will not long remain so, and if Pitts burg people do not want to be a day behind the tair in securing a market for their coal, and want to prevent the establishment of blast furnaces elsewhere, thy will whoop up the canal project with a'l their might, soul and strength. It can be put through 100 feet wide, 12 feet deep, locks built and the t -n-cs piled for less than 510,000,000, and craft can be constructed in which coal and iron ore can be carried for one-fifth the cost of railway transportation. Had the coal and iron interests the push about them that some have they would not wait Uncle Sam's elephantine movements, but sail in and have their coal floating to the Northwest before "West Virginia devel opment secures a foothold. The Kanawha coaI operators, with navigation three weeks earlier and three weeks later, and with bet ter draft of water, .jri'l soon eflecinally take Jhefowsr river markt-b3t if Pittsburg moves promptly it can secure the North west. EVERETT PIAISO CLUB, Or Co-OperatWo System of Selling Pianoa, Is the most successful and satisfactory plan ever tried. "We are delivering pianos as fast as our wagons can haul them. Our mem bers get the lowest possible price, because there are enough members to contract for 350 pianos, and thus save 575 in the price of each piano; 350 members, each paying 51 per week, will pay for one piano in cash each week, and we deliver one piano per week on these payments. Members who pay all cash, or who pay 525 cash and 510 monthly can take their pianos at once, and still get the discount obtained by the club contract. The piano selected by the club lias no superior. Having the whole market to choose from on so large a contract, we chose the Everett because it gives full value, dollar for dollar. "We pay nothing for rep utations of men who died vears ago. The Everett is a piano of to-day, with all the latest improvements. The tone is rich, powerful and musical, and they are made to wear. Each piano is warranted for seven vears. Now don't wait too long. Our club is not yet full, but we are delivering pianos, and it is filling up rapidly. Send for cir cular or call and see the pianos at once. Alex. Boss, Manager, 137 Federal street, Allegheny. Fine Trees. On account of the sale of a portion of our nursery land we are compelled to remove the trees thereon, and in order to dispose of them quickly we offer a reduction of 30 per cent from regular prices. Persons placing their orders within 30 davs will be entitled to this, and can have the trees delivered any time until April 20, 1890. This stock is very fine, and consists ot shade and orna mental trees, from 6 ft. to 30 ft. in height; maples, elms, birches, chestnuts, alanthus, honey locust and Carolina poplars, the best city street tree known; evergreens for the lawn and hedges, and many desirable stand ard and dwarf fruit trees, grapevines, flow ering shrubs of large sizes, hardy plants, etc Persons intending to plant are invited to see them. B. A. Elliott Co., 54 Sixth st., Pittsburg, Pa. Nurseries: Perrysville ave., on line of electric cars. tu An Easy Way of r-ftvins 9Ioney. The saving in an ordinar family of five by using Walker's Wax Soap, instead of any ordinary soap, is f ully 10 cents per week on the actual cost of the soap, and probably five times that amount on the wear and tear " of the clothes, estimating the total saving at 60 cents per weet, that would be 531 12 per year, and in 25 years with interest would amount to 51.167. Ask your grocer for Walker's Wax Soap. mtuf Fine $600 Uprlslit Piano 8200. An excellent "cabinet grand" upright piano, with all improvements, splendid tone and richly carved case. This instrument is as good as new, aud will be sold, fully war ranted, for $200. Also a square grand piano at 5150, and a parlor orgrn for 550, cost 5150. Three great bargains at the music store of J. M. Hoffmann & Co., 537 Smith fieldl street. 4 V -IN GttOGX'. WIXDOW. 443 Market Street. Two bars fine silver on exhibition during the weet from mines ot Sterling Silver Mining Co., Tombstone. Ariz. The stock owned entirely by Pittsburgers. CABINET photos, 51 per doz. Lies' Pop ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st ttsu Time is the trae test. F. & V.'s Pilsner beer grows daily in popularity. The doctors recommend Wainwright's beer for purity. Kept by all dealers. A pobtrait bv Dabbs will always prove an acceptable Christmas present. XT I GOING TO PARIS. nintmeer Johnston Chats About the Pros pects of the Exposition for If ext Tear After Talnnble Pointers. As the sending of Manager Johnston, of the Exposition, to Paris augured something morj than ordinary prosperity, an effort was made yesterday to learn something specific from that gentleman. He was found in the Exposition office, and the first direct ques tion received a positive answer. "Yes, I am going to Paris. I will leave Pittsburg on the evening of the 17th. This will enable me to look up a few things in New York and board the French line for Havre early Saturday morning. This, I think, will land me about the 26th. I am going to the Paris Exposition. I hope to reach therf five days before the close. This will give me a very limited time in which to do wliat I wish, but it was impossible to leave sooner. I dislike very much to leave here before the close, for I would take pride in seeing the last week, as it will be the greatest. "The Exposition Society is sending me. Pittsburg is being keenly watched by every Exposition manager in the countrv, and yonr newspaper reports are not read by any one any more keenly than by our rival Ex position management. I will say I am sent over there in order to learn wnatever m be of interest or ot value to the institution here and to mvself, or successor. The board realize that the only way to successfully handle an Exposition is to aim high, and make the standard broad gauge and liberal, aud above all keep pace with the times. The board knows all this, and that is why I am sent, merely for future reference and for the best interests of the Exposition. "Will you be here as manager next year" "No pledges have been made. "I may remain here as manager and I may not. There is lots of time for that question after a while. Personally, my relations with the board are happy, and I believe mutual ly agreeable, and I am not worrying over the question of next year's management. "I expect to sail for home on the 13th of November, and will at once report to the board, when probably the results of my trip will be made public, as the public owns the Exposition. I have some very valuable let ters to take with me, and besides that I know some ot the management ot the Paris show in addition to many of the American exhibitors. "1 will have very pleasant recollections with me of your Pittsburg business men, and am, in lact, greatly attached to them, seeing them as I do every day. They have been very kind, and everyone did nobly. Wc would like to see them here next year, and if I am here in 1890 I expect to see the majority. If I am not here, I hope they will continue this movement toward success, as success depends entirely upon the ex hibitors, the management and the press. Why, even now this Exposition has no rival in the countrv but St. Louis, and next vear it will tower head and shoulders above them all. More room must be gained somehow. Machinery Hall should be twice as large in order to even attempt to give space to Pitts burg's great interests. Many valuable ex hibits were refused simply on account of lack of space. "The Pittsburg Exposition is bonnd to take a place among the most prosperous in the country. 3&e management has more than fulfilled its contract." .Music for to-day at the Exposition: AFTERNOON. PAET X, 2 O'CLOCK. 1. Overture, "Bohemian Girl," Balfe 2. Concert waltz, "Artist Life," Strauss 3. Duet for clarinets, "The Brothers" .....-................ ........... .torrito Messrs. N. and J. Nornto. 4. Grand operatic selection, "Faust' Gounod 5. Quadrille. "Scotch Airs." Faust PABT H. 1 O'CLOCK. 6. Overture, "Leonora,". Beethoven First time in this city bv any military band. 7. Trombone solo, "The First Palm Sun day Hymn," Faure Mr. F. N. Innes. 8. Grand popular charivari, 'Offenbachi- ana," Conradi Introducing a number of the most popular songs, duos, choruses eta, from the works of Offenbach. 9. Duet for piccolos, "The Golden Rob ins," Boulcourt Messrs. Wadsworth and Timmons. 10. March, "Actina." Reeves EVENING, PART L 7 O'CLOCK. 1. Overture, "Idomeneo," Mozart 2. Concert waltz, "Invitation to the Dance," Weber 3. Grand fantasia descriptive, "A Sum mer's Day in Norway," Willmers 4. Saxaphone solo, "The Heart Bowed Down," Balfe Mr. H. A Hall. 5. Fantasia caprice, "The British Patrol," Aschcr TAP.T IL 9 O'CLOCK. 6. Overture, "Rosamnnde," Schubert 7. Solo for cornet, "Concert Polka,".Chambera Mr. W. Paris Chambers. 8 Grand fantasia Reminiscences of Verdi Introducing a number ot the mostpoDular Srenas, Arias, including the famous "Anvil Chorus," etc, etc., from the mnltitndinons w ork of this great composer. 9. Trombone solo, "Sea Shells Waltz," (by request) Innes Mr. V. N. Innes. 10. March, "Prinz llethusalem," Strauss TI1EIR PRICES LOW. Some Big Cats Being SInde nt Gonld & Borland's Store. If the crowds which swept into Gould & Borland's store, on Liberty street, at the head of Wood street, be any criterion of the firm's merit, then the store in question must be pre-eminent among the drygoods estab lishments of Pittsburg. All day long yes terday a ceaseless current of visitors passed through the doors and filled the showrooms. Yesterday's sale began at 10 A. ii. and con tinued without the slightest intermission until evening. The finest silks and cottons were for sale, not to mention real point and Brusclls curtains, and carpets of the first qualitv. Bugs were sold at a reduction of almost 50 cents on the dollar, an unprece dented sacrifice, and all the prices were ex tremely low. Shawls, linen, damask goods all were in proportion. Every corner of the big store was filled with substantial and really valuable goods. Altogether Gould & Borland's are carrying on an almost phenomenal sale. Tlio Reason Why. Because it is the purest, best and cheap est. Because it will notchap your hands or face. Because it will not shrink your flannels or make them hard. , Because if you use it once yon will find it superior to all other soaps. Ask your gro cer for Walker's Wax Soap, and 'insist on getting it mtuf IN GROGAVS WINDOW, v 443 Market Street. Two bars fine silver on exhibition during the week from mines of Sterling Silver .Mining Co., Tombstone, Ariz. The stock owned entirely by Pittsburgers. Family misunderstandings wonld be far les- frequent if housewives would save themselves the worry and botherof bake day and use only Marvin's superior breads. None belter can be made at home. Qneen's jubilee, red seal, milk bread and rye bread, all well-known brands, are for sale by all grocers. ttssu Mara! Decorations. We are receiving daily the newest things in wall and ceiling hangings, designed by the leading artists. Ckumbine, Bane & Bassett, its 416 Wood st. Time is the true test. F. & V.'s Pilsner beer grows daily in popularity. Cabinet photos, fl per doz. Lies' Pop ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st ttsu c. A. BALFH, BUILDING CONTRACTOR. u seventh aTenne, Pittsburg, Pa. Be5-88-TTS Telephone 13. SS-pUplay advertisements one dollar per square for one insertion. Classified advertise ment on thtt page tueh at Wanted, For Sale, 2b Let, eta, ten centt per line or each inser tion, and none taken Jar less than fifty cents. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BRANCH OFFICES. For the accommodation of the public, Branch Offices have been established at the following places, where "Want, For Sale, To Let, and other transient advertisements will be received up to & P. M. for inser tion next momingr: Advertisements are to be prepaid except where advertisers already have accounts with Tax Dis patch. PITTSBURG. THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 35u9 Butler street. F1UIL G. STUCKEY, Ilth street and 1'enn ave. E. G. STCCKEY ACO., Wylle ave. and Fultonst. N. STOK.ELY, Fifth Avenue Market House. EAST END. 3. TV. 'WAI.LACE, 6ia Penn avenue. OAKLAND. MCALLISTEK & SHElBLER,5th av. A AlWOOd St. sourhsroE. JACOB SPOHN. No. I Carson street. H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carson street. ALLEGHENY. A. J. KAEKCHEK, S3 Federal street. H. J. MclIRIDE. Market House, Allegheny. FBKDH. EGGEUfc. 172 Ohio street. F. H. EGGEKb & SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts. J. F. STEVEI.SON. Arch and Jackson street!. THOMAS MCHENEY, Western and lrwlnaves. G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves. l'EKKY M. G LEIM. Kehccca and Allctheny aves. M1LLVALE BDKOUGH. W. W. FLOCKEB, Stationer. No. 4 Grant aye. WANTED. BlaJe HclD. WA NTED-A IHOSTLEB AT "KEATING HOU&E," Perrysville Plank road. oclS-64 WANTED-A BOY TO LEARN THE BAK ERY trade. Apply to J. HARTMAN. 3808 Butler st. oclS-93 -TTTANTED-A FIRST-CLAbS BARBER AP W PLY to CHARLES LANG, No. 90 Federal St., Allegheny. oclo-99 WANTED-TWENTY GOOD LABORERS. Cor. or Junlila and Wylle. W. J. U. FLOYD, Contractor. oclS-59 WANTED TWO RELIABLE AGENTS TO sell pictures. Inquire at 49 WATER STREET, second floor. oclo-91 XV7ANTED-6 GOOD TINNERS-GOOD V wages paid. Apply to SAMUEL SILKER STErX Grazier street, Homewood. ocl5-7 WANTED ONE HUNDRED LABORERS and twentv-flve corkers. Apply to OIT BROS., Boyd's Hill, head ofShlngcss st. oc!4-8 WAISTKD-3 FIRST-CLAbS ENTERPRISING real estate salesmen; liberal commission. ALLES A BAILEV. 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167. ocC-32 WANTED-EXPER1ENCED BOOKKEEPER; state experience, relerences and wages ex pected. Address A. L. D., Dispatch offlce. oclS-66 TTTANTED 3 CARPENTERS. APPLY 172 V Fourth ave. K. J. GODFREY, Contractor. oclS-63 WANTEU SALESMAN TO SELL GOODS BY sample: good salary paid. Write to CEN TENNIALMFG CO., Cincinnati, O., or Chicago. se3-75-TTSSU WANTED-A YOUNG MAN WHO HAS HAD about 2 years' experience at the barber trade. Apply to CHAS. REBEL, 263 Lacock St., Allegheny. OC15-1 T7"--NTED-AnA1IMER11A!IF0B MEDIUM TV and small sizes tool steel: mustbeagood workman ana steady. Address HAMMERILAN, Dispatch offlce. oclo-23 -T7A.NTED-EXPERIENCED METAL PAT V TERN maker and flrst-class bnss finisher to go to Cleveland. Address I. N. GLAUBER, SeTenth Avenue Hotel. oc!5-SS -TTTANTED-A COLORED MAN TO CARE FOR V horses and do light work about the house; must come well recommended. Address A. B. MCCABE, BlalrsTillc, Pa. OC15-C5 WANTED-A GOOD CANDYMAKER TO work on plain goods. Address CANDY. Dispatch office. Pittsburg, Pa., stating amount of experience, with whom employed and reference. OCll-92-TOFSU TTT AN TED-SOBER AND HONEST MEN TO Y sell umbrellas, albums, blankets and silver ware on payments in the cltv: good salaries paid to persevering men. UNION CREDIT CO.. 103 x ourin ave. OCS-9S-MTWTT -TTTANTED-AN ENERGETIC YOUNG MAN TV to take orders: a good man will find posi tion pleasant and salary Rood; references and personal application necessary. .P. WARD, Room 2, 1036 Penn ave. ocl5-85 w ANTED THREE GOOD AGENTS TO work city trade: permanent nosltlon to right Darty: only those who can furnish good reference and security need apply. Address G. C, Dispatch office. oclV-71 WANTEO-REI.1ABLE LOCAL AND TRAV ELING salesmen; positions permanent; special inducements now; fasuselllng specialties; don't delay; salary from start. BROWN BROS., Nurserymen, Rochester, N . Y. se!7-70-TTS WANTED BUSINESS MEN AT SMART'S COLLEGE. No. 4 Sixth St.: expert book keeping and balancing, arithmetic penmanship, shorthand and typewriting taught thoroughly for J5 per month to ladles and gentlemen: open dally from 9 A. II. to 9 P. H. ocl2-6o-TTf su WANTED-A GOOD BOOKKEEPER IN A life Insurance office: one who is also a sten ographer and typewriterpreferred;must furnish satisfactory bond and references. Address, stat ing age exseiienre end salary expected, P. O. LOCK BOX743, Pittsburg. OC15-60 WANTED-MALE HELP-SM SALARY. 140 expenses in advance allowed each month, btcady employment at home or traveling. No soliciting. Duties delivering aud making collec tions. No postal cards. Address with stamp, HAFER & CO.. Piqua, Ohio. oc8-6S-Ti6Su "TTT-ANTED-AGENTSTOSELLTEA. BAKING Y powder and pure spices: gifts with goods; coke workers, miners or mlllmun can makemoney In their spare time: special Inducements to cer sons having established trade. YAMASUIRO TEA CO., S3 Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa. u20-79-TTS WANTED-SALESMEN AT F75 PER MONTH salary and expenses, to sell a line of silver plated ware, watches, etc.: by sample only: horse and team furnished free; write at once for full Sartlculars and sample case of goods free. STAN ARD SslLVEBWARE CO.. Boston, Mass. se24-10-D TTTANTEU-BY AN OLD-LINE LIFE IN- v SUKAN CE company several flrst-class so licitors; to gentlemen of good character and abil ity will pay liberal salary or commissioner both: all communications considered strictly confiden tial. Address LOCK BOX745,P.O.,Plttsburg,Pa. OC15-CU WANTED-MEN OF EXPERIENCE WITH good references, to canvass the cltv for a work on advertising and printing: exclusive ter ritory; the work has been subscribed for by the most prominent merchants throughout the coun trv: something a man can be proud to handle. Address P. O. BOX 337, Boston, Mass. oclJ-71 Fcmalo Help. WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOU8E WORK. Applyat224 NORTH AVENUE, Allegheny. ocl5-92 -TTTANTEO-A GOOD COOK WHO IS ALSO A W good lauudress; best or wages; reference required. Apply or address 6014 PENN AVE., East End. OCI3-6 WANTED-IMMEDIATELY, A MIDDLE aped lady for Infant nurse; must give good reference and state wages. Address INFANT, Dispatch office. oci5-4 WANTED-LADY AGENTS FOR OUR NEW Mcintosh raglan; superior cloth, in wide stripes on outside; vulcanized rubber on inside: close fitting; very stylish; never spots: beautiful as the finest cloth garment ever made, and is abso lutely water-proof; agents sell six a day and make $6; great opportunity: also fine line other croods. . Address is. ll. UAjiiutLi 4iicanaoipb st., Chicago. ocl-66-TTS Slnlc and Female IIcId. WANTEIJ-50 ITALIANS, tl 75 PER DAY; child's nurse; 2 nurse girls: girls for board ing honses: cooks, chambermaids, bouse girls: 2 colored. MEEHAN'S, S43 Grant st. ocM-D WANTED-AGENTS. MALE OR FEMALE, in all country towns, to sell photograph albums: latest designs for lall trade just received; big profits aud quick returns to energetic agents; write terms, etc. UNION PUBLISHING CO., 103 Fourth ave. . se22-W rrrsu Situations. WAXTED-POSITION BY A LADY STENOG RAPHER and typewriter; good references. Address S. C, Dlspatcn office. ocl5-Sx TTANTED-SITUATION BY ENGINEER V with 18 years' experience: can furnish best references. Address J. K 141 Villa St., beventh ward, Allegheny. QC15-41 WANTED-A POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER ror a bachelor or widower with small family; references exchanged. Address Mrs. MATHILDE. Dispatch office, oc 15-75 -TTTANTED-A POSITION BY MAN AND W wife as cooks in clubhouse or hotel: both excellent rooks; number of years experience. Address COOK, No. 931 Liberty St., city. OC15-63-TTS WANTED-A POSITION BV YOUNG GER MAN man, speaks English: understands care of horses, cowt., flowers and good driver; good references. Address Z. O., Dispatch office. OC1S-S1 TiTANTED-FOSITIONBr YOUNG MAN OF VV business ability, who has had charge of a manufacturing establishment cmploylng'lOOmen for some years, and Invites correspondence from business men; references. Address L. B. E.. Dis patch office. oclS-73 Financial. TTrANTED-TO i.OAN 200,000 ON MOET V V GAGES; S100 and upward at 6 per cent; 1500,000 at H per cent on residences or business property; also In adjoining counties. S. H. FREN CH, 023 Fourth avenue. oc31-eS4-0 WANTED. Financial. TrjA-NTED MORTGAGES ON IMPROVED V t city property, in large or small amouuw. ow W, A. nKKUA S avna, nifouriaave. OC1-96-TTS -YT7"ANTED-MORTGAGES-MONEY TO LOAN" TV in sums to snit at v, o ana operjeu.. ALLES & BAILEX, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167. apl9-14-TTSSU -TTTANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY PBOP W ERTY. over S4.O00; 4K per cent; no tax. HENRY A. WEAVER &CO. 92 Fourth avenue. mh2-a2Z-D WANTED-MORTGAGES-I1.000,000TOLOAN in Isriro finrt email lmnnnts It 4U. 5SDUO per cent, free of 8tate tax: no delay. BEEDB. COYLE CO.. 131 Fourth aye. my2l-60 WANTED MORTGAGES IN LARGE OR small amounts on Improved city or Alle gheny county property at 4 &, S and 6 per cent. THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ate. ocl3-128-TTSSu WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY ON MORT GAGES on Improved real estate In sums of ?300 and upward at iii, 5 and 8 per cent. L. O. FKAZIER, Forty-fifth and .Butler sts. ocll-87-Tursu WANTED-TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS of (3,000 and upward, on city and suburban property, on percent, rree or tax: also smaller amounts at Sand 6 per cent. BLACK & BAIRD, 85 1 ourth avenue. se21-d26-D YTTA.NTED MOKTG AGES-ll, 000, 000TO LOAN TV on city and suburban properties itW, (and 6 per cent, and on tarms in Allegheny and adja cent counties at 6 per cent. I. M. PEN NOCK bON, 103 Fourth avenue. p7-Hl Miscellaneous. -TTTANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S VV dozen (IS) of Stewart & Co. 's fine cabinet photos for II, at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle gheny. mv23-49-TTSU WANTED YOUNG MEN -AND WOMEN who wish to thoroughly learn shorthand; such are helped to positions. MARTIN'S SHORT HAND SCHOOL. 412 Wood St. OCI5-98 -TTANTED-TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM- V BER3 to secure a fine gold watch for each one in the club at 31 00 per week. Address P. O. BOX 501, and I will call and snow you the watch. Jy3-40 WANTED-THE PEOPLE TO KNOW THAT YEAGER & CO..70 Federal st , Allegheny, will make cabinets of anybody during this month for 75c per doz.: bring the little ones: don'tmlss; No. 70 federal ft. Ihese cabinets will not fade. ocl-91-D WANTED-BY PEARSON. LEADING PHO TOGRAPHER. 96 ilfth avenue, Plttsbnrg. and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, ererybod) to know that he Is making fine cabinets at 11 50 per dozen; photos delivered when promised; instan taneous process. mh!33 WANTED-IRON AND GLASS WORKERS to take notice where employment is steady, at Cochran station, and purchase cheap lots In the Patterson Plan; cheap: on easy terms; month ly or yearly payments. J. R. WlLlE, Agent. Duquesne, Pa., or No. 8 Wood street, room 5, Plttsbnrg, Pa. oc!2-'a FOR hALE iaiPROVED ItEAL ESTATE. Cltv Residence. FOR 8ALE-ON COLWELL ST.. NEAR Dinwiddle, 2-sty. brlek dwelling. 6 rooms, n. and a. gas; in good condition: a bargain; lot 20X100 to alley. J. C. BE1LLY, 77 Diamond St. OC13-150 FOR SALE DESIRABLE CENTER AVENUE residence near Fulton s.t.; one of the most desirable residence locations in the city: 9 rooms: lato Improvements. For terms see W. A.HERHON SON S, 80 Fourth avenue. ocS-44-TUB FOR SALE BARGAIN WYLIE AVE.-7-room brick, hall, side entrance: on line of ca ble cars; two fronts, large lot, water, gas, marble mantels, inside shutters: 2.500 to prompt buyer. AL LES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. oclS-38-TIS FORSALE FOR 12,200. AT 5 PER CENT IN TEREST; terms J5, and paper month until paid for (no other payments required) a good brick house, 8 rooms, late improvements; 1313 Sycamore st.. Thirty-fifth ward, only 25 minutes from P. O. : a rare chance to get a home. S-e W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth ave. oclO-97-TUS East End Residences. FOR SALE-CENTER AVE., E. E., 2 MIN UTES' from Roup station; fine building, lot 100x200; choice location for a home; terms reason able. SAM'L. W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave. OC13-90-TTS FORSALE SHADYS1DE DWELLING, WAL NUT st.; a 2-story frame of 7 rooms and fin ished attic, hall. b. &c. water, gas, etc. : call and get lull particulars. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth avenue. 3A-H7. OC13-71 FOR SALE-MODEL OAKLAND HODSE, AT WOOD street, near Cable place, a 2-story brick dwelling of 6 rooms, hall, laundry, front porch; other conveniences; large lot 95x123 to an alley. BLACK A BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 2D-S5. OC13-74 FOR SALE NEAT HOUSE ALMOST NEW, and good lot in the East End, close to in land avenue and schoolhouse: 6 rooms, hall and cellar, etc.; price only 2,250; a rare bargain, J AS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth aenue, Pittsburg. OC15-52 FOR SALE A NICE NEW HOUSE AND corner lot. in the East End, 6 rooms, halL cellar, etc.: fine corner lot, fruit trees, etc.. etc.: price only S3, 850; on small payments; immediate possession. JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. OC12-8J-D FOR SALE FIFTH AVE., NEAR SHADY lane, a very desirable home at a very lowfigure: 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. KEILLY, 77 Diamond St. OC13-150 FOR SALE-HANDSOME RESIDENCE, JUtT finished, late style of architecture, reception hall, 8 rooms, elegantly finished, thoroughly Im proved, electric lights, cor. lot, 54x115 ft., I square Irom Sbady avenue: only 7,000; termsreasonable. W. A. HERRON A SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. OC4-93-TUF FOR SALE-E. E. DWELLING, CORNER property, near Fifth ave. cable or P. R. R. ; substantial 2-story frame, 6 rooms, hall. Inside shutters, water, gas, etc.: lot 44x109 feet; this property will be sold exceedingly low If sold at once. SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth aye. OC15-71 FOR SALE-M CASH-REMAINDER PAY ABLE 500 per year. Interest low on deferred payments: neat new house, late style, well finished and convenienced; street improvements made; centrally located in Oakland, near Fifth avenue cable line. W. A. HEBRON A SONS, 80 Fourth avenue, oc1-94-tup FORS1LE-NEW DWELLING OF 8ROOMS, wide hall, vestibule, inside shutters, inside w. c, bathroom, electric bells, etc.; this house is located near to Shadyslde station. Pa. R. K.; this house Is new, never occupied, and one of the most saleable properties on our books. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth ave. OC15-57-TT FOR SALE-SCIOTO STREET, NEAR GROSS street. Twentieth ward, new substantial frame dwelling S rooms, finished attic, hall, vesti bule, inside shutters, front and rearporcnes: lot 22x1(0 feet to alley; convenient to station: price, 2.700; terms very easy. L. O. FRAZIER, Forty fifth and Butler sts. ocll-87-TuFSu FORSALE A PRETTY HOME IN THE EAST End; paved street, well sewered, and only & short distance from the railroad; a Queen Aune dwelling containing 9 commodious rooms, recep tion ball, range, bath, laundry, all the latest Im proved conveniences: large lot: ?!. cash, bal ance to suit. BLACK A BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. OC13-74 F OR SALE-AT ABARGAIN-ON THECOR NEK of two nrominent naved ayes. In the rjxsi ,na; 101 4uxiw: eiegant oncK nouse. recep tion hall, 9 rooms and finished attic, with cedar room, large drting room and servants room, basement laundry, electric bells, in short, com plete In every respect. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth aye. OC13-128-TTSSU IJiOR SA1.E-A COMPLETE AND MODERN brick dwelling 8 rooms, attic, hall, vestibule, bathroom, h. and c. water, inside w. c, slate mantels, electric bells, laundry, sliding doors, slate roof, etc.: corner lot, 25x110. located on Penn ave.. Twentieth ward; traction line passes door: price, F7.0CQ; terms easy. L. O. FRAZIER, Forty-firth and Butler sts. ocll-87-TuFSU Glenwood Residences. FOR SALE AN ELEGANT S3IALL PLACE of 9 acres, with all kinds of fruits: good house of 8 rooms, also one of 5 rooms and large bank barn: 10 minutes' walk from Glenfield station. P., Ft W.AC. R. R. C. BEHINGEB A bON. 103 Fourth are. 0C12-82-TTS Allcsheny Residences. FOR SALE-A BARGAIN IF SOLD QUICK; new 6-room frame In becond ward, Alle gheny: rents for 23: price 2,600. BALTENS PERUER & WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth ave. oc 15-45 IT'OK SALE-MORRISON" AVE. . ALLEGHENY, convenient to streetcars and market house; elegant new 6 room frame honse, large lot, nice porches; this property must be sold: price low; terms to suit. W. W. MCNEILL A BRO., 103 Fourth aye. OC13-84 Snfcnrban Residences. FOR SALE-4 SMALL HOUSES AND LOTS at Homestead, near depot: rents J2S8: price only 1,250; cheap: over 12 per cent net. JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., &9 Fourth ave, Pittsburg. ocl5-52 TTIOR SALE NEAR SANDY CREEK STATION, X? A. V. R. B.. 2-story frame dwelling, 6 rooms and finished attic: new and modern; 1 acres of level gronad: a very pleasant country home. J. C KfclLLY. 77 Diamond st, oc 13-1 50 TriOR SALE AT BELLEVUE, ON ACCOUNT X1 of removal of owner; only 2,300; a neathouso ofsrooms: lot 40x176 feet: very conveniently and desirably located. or full information see W. A. HERRON A SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave. ocII-lCO-TUF F' OR SALE-BEAUTirULLY LOCATED AT Krlcpwnnri. fine larcc dwelllnsr of IS rooms. with onf acre of ground; fruit and ornamental trees: everything in first-class order. For terms see W. A. HERRON A bONS, No. 80 Fourth ave. OCll-IOO-TUF FOR SALE LOTS. Allechcny Lots. FOR SALE ALMOST IN 1HE CENTER OF Allegheny good building lots, eanr of access, ror 100, on easy terms, bee W. a. HERRON A SONS. 80 Fourth avenue, oclS-79-TTB Miscellaneous. FOR SALE IT VflLh BE TO YOUR INTER EST 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 In dally, and can supply your wants without delay: lots and dwellings in all parts of the 2 cities and suburbs; all prices and terms; call or send for this valuable book. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth are. oc9-H FOB SAIiE LOTH. City Lots. FOR SALE-S600 FOR LAWREN CEVILLE lots, McCandless and Duncan streets. 2nxlC0 etch; convenient to mills, etc, BLACK & BAIRD. & Fourth ave. CI47 0C15-55 FOR SALE-IF YOU WANT THE FINEST view of the city, buy a lot on Bailey aye.. In the "Nautker Place, " Mt. Washington: lots 50x125 each: terms to suit all. BLACK A BAIRD. 93 Fourth ae. 21-55. ocl5-54-D East End Lots. FOR SALE TWO GOOD. LEVEL LOTS ON River avenue, near Collins avenne; a bar gain at 250 each. MELLON BROTHERS. 6349 Station street, E. E. oc13-129-ttsu FOR SALE-ON EDWIN ST., NEAR ELWOOD st,, lot 40x120 to sewered alley; both gases and citvwaier on the street: only L600. THOS. LIG GETT, No. 114 Fourth ave. ocl3.12S-TT6sn FOR SALELEVEL BUILDING LOTS fronting east, 24x100 ft., on Homewood ave., one square from Homewood station, P. R. R. ; terms easy. W. A. HERRON A SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. oc4-77-tuf ITlOR SALE-A NICE LOT ON GRAZIER ST. . (60ft.); in excellent location; handy to rail road and school: this is a bargain at 750. on easy payments. MELLON BROTHERS, 349 Station St., E.E. ocl3-129-TTSU FOR SALE LOTS IN THE BAUM GROVE plan, the finest location for residence in the city; secure colored plan and Investigate. See MELLON BROS., East End, or JOHN F. BAX TER, Agt., 512 Smlthfleld St. ocl2-M-TnrB FOR SALE-NICE, LEVEL LOT. 24x110 feet, on Elyslan avenue, near Fifth avenue; in excellent location, near railroad and cable; price SS00. on easy payments. MELLON BROTH ERS, 6349 Station street, E. E. ocl-129-rrsu JW IORSALE X FINE LOT 50 OR 60x150 FEET on virth avennp iimf Itpllpfleld Presbyterian Church: one nfthe most eligible lotj on the ave nue; price for 50 feet 2.000 and for SO feet 2,250; Hchenley property. 48 years lease: rare bargain. JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth avenne. Pittsburg. OC12-89-D FOR SALE-ATLANTIC AVENUE, NEAR Liberty ave.. Twentieth ward, large beauti ful building, lot 100x120 feet, covered with line shade trees, flrst-class surroundings and con venient to steam and cable cars; price low and terms easy, L. O. FRAZIER. Forty-fifth and Butler sts.' ocll-67-Tursu FOR SALE-RARE CHANCES FOR PROFIT ABLE investments in the shape of lots In "The Villa Park plan. " adjoining the "Bank of Commerce addition," at Brnshton, which has proven so profitable for those who purchased there: better opportunities than ever. JOHN F. BAXTER. Agt. 512 Smlthfleld St. ocl3-75-TTSSU FOR 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 Fifth ave. station, P. R. R.. electric road within one (1) minutes' walk: a very low price has been put on these desirable lots; call soon. BLACK A BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. ocl3-125 Hardwood Lots. FOR 8ALE-HAZELWOOD LOTS. 500 EACH. 3 vacant lots on Kearcher ave., Twenty-third ward, 41x145. BLACK A BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 2D-306. 0C15-54-D FOR SALE-?300 EACH FOR HAZELWOOD lots: 13 beautifully lying lots on BIgelow, a. Sylvan ave., 25X100 feet each. BLACK A BAIRD, 93 Fourth ave. 2D-300 0CI5-55 Suburban Lots. FOR SALE LOTS, LOTS, LOTS IN THE Herr Fulbacb plan, between Willow Grove and Bennett stations, on West Penn K. R., Just outside Allegheny Cityline, at from 20oto 1,500; cheapest property in the market. THOS. LIG GETT, 114 Fourth ave. ocl2-l28-rrssu FOR SALE LOTS AT ASPINWALL STA TION, on the West Penn R. R., adjoining Sharpshurg. only 7 miles from Allegheny City; prices lew; terms very easy; to those building on lots at once great Inducements are offered. Call ror plans at W. A. HERRON A SONS', 89 Fourth ave. ocl-94-TUF FOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS; 50x194, 400 TO 600; Belmont Place, Ingram. P.. C. A St. L. H. K,: streets SO ft. wide: sewered: bouses to set back 40 ft., cost at least 2,000: terms 25 down, balance 10 per month. INGRAM LAND AND IMPROVE MENT COMPANY, 60 ourth ave. (second floor). OC13-I02-TTSU Farms. FOB SALE A DESIRABLE FARM OF 235 acres, well located near Bakerstown. Alle gheny county. Pa.; price reasonable; terms easy. W. A. HERRON A SONS, 80 Fourth avenne. OC8-44-TUS FOR SALE-CHEAP FARM-75 ACRES, 4-roora house, frame barn, good fences, lays well. 19 miles from Pittsburg, for 2,80u, to close an estate. N. F. HURST, Lock Box 49, Rochester. Pa. se29-144-X0D FOB SALE-FARM 300 ACRES. WELL IM PROVED: will divide tcfadvantage: at sta tion 10 miles from Plttsbnrg: must be sold to settle estate. ED. W1TTISH, 410 Grant St.. Pittsburg, Pa. ocll-D FOB SALE FARM AT HAYSV1LLE, ON THE Pittsburg. Fort Wayne and Chicago Rail way, 10 miles from the city; will exchange for city Jironerty or merchandise, A. J. PENTECOST, 13 Grant street. se24-3-TTS FOR SALE A FINE LAYING FARM OF 74 acres In Trumbull co.. O., near Sharon, hav ing a fine sugar camp of 300 trees: good house of 7 rooms, new barn, etc.: convenient to churches, schools, etc : price H JU0.. C. BEBINGER A SON, 103 Fonrtb ave. OC12-82-TTS FOR SALE -192 ACRE FARM FOR (2,500, near Connellsville: baying one 7 and a 4 roomed house, barn; plenty of fruit: will sell on easy payments or exchange for other property ; have a large variety of farms, all sizes and prices in Allegheny and adjoining counties. MAGAW A GOFF, 14T Fourth ave. OC13-87-TTSU FOR SALE TO CLOSE UP AN ESTATE A fine farm of 100 acres, 2 miles from Freeport, West Penn R. R. : farm lays to the east, well wa tered, good fences, an abundance of good fruit, with a brick dwelling of 7 rooms: large bank barn: about 20 acres in good timber, and land nnderlald with coal. C. BERINGER A SON, 103 Fourth ave. OC12-S2-TTS FOR SALE BUSINESS. Business Chances. FOR SALE A GOOD PAYING GENERAL store at a bargain: storeroom and dwelling. For particulars address S. P. POORBaUGH, Glencoe, Pa. oc&-3t FOR SALE-STOCK, LEASE AND FIXTURES of a grocery store on a good corner, at East End, now doing a good and profitable business. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth ave. OC15-58 FORSALE-2 FINE BAKERIES AND CON FECTIONERIES,ln excellent locations, large grocery store in Pittsburg, 9, 000 or invoice, doing yearly business of 100,000; smaller grocery stores, 400 to 5,0ix; cigar stores, small bakeries, confec tioneries, boarding honses, drygoods and notion stores, feed store, printing offlce and many other business chances for males or females: free par ticulars. SHEPARDACO., 54 Fifth ave. oc3 Business Stands. FOR SALE A MILLINERY STORE-IN A good locality: established in 1S78; a bargain. Apply at 1928 CARSON ST.. 8. 8. oclO-lOO-TTSSU FOR SALE IN VESTMENT-FIFTH AVEN UE. near Logan street, 3-sty. pressed brick lront, 7 rooms and storeroom; price low enough to be considered a good purchase; lot 21x89. J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond st. OC13-150 pOR 8ALE-AN INVESTMENT-CORNER V lot fronting 60 ft. on Fifth ave. by 120 ft. on another st., having thereon 3 tbree-storv brick buildings with two store fronts: abont 6 minutes from the Court House: annual rental over 2,000 per year; will be sold cheap if sold at once. THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth aye. oclO-41-TTFSn F IOR SALE-THE VALUABLE BUSINESS nronertv No. 1125 Penn avenne. cltv. between Eleventh and Twelfth streets, to be sold at Mas ter's sale, bv order of the Court of Common Pleas, on next Thursday morning, October 17, at 11 o'clock, on the premises: get handbill of full par ticulars at our office. JAS. S. YOUNG, Master. JAS. W. DRAPE A CO.,129 Fourth avenue, Pltts blirg. OC12-8S-MTT3 FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. Horses. Vehicles, Live Stock, etc FOR SALE-A BAY PACING HORSE.6 YEARS old, 15K hands high: weighs 1,000 pounds. Inquire at NO. 49 FREMONT ST., Allegheny. OC15-109-TT FOR SALE SECOND-HAND BAROUCHE. as good as new. Can he seen at C. WEST A CO. 'S, Carriage Makers, 4Z0 Duquesne way, Pitts burg, Va. oclO-28 TTIOR SALE VERY FINE BLACK MARE, T S1 years old; nlso one new doctor's buggy and one second-hand Brewster buggy: will sell cheap. BENNETT A FLOCKER, corner Klrkpatrick and West End ave., Allegheny. OC15-72 Machinery and Mernls. FOR SALE 2 CIGAR BUNCHING MACHINES and a pigeon hole case, 94 boles, will be sold cheap. JOS. H ARTLE, cigar stores, 34 Firth ave. or 59 Chestnut st. OC15-67 FOR SALE ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW and refitted: repairing nromptlv attended to. PORTER FOUNDRY ANDMACHINECO.,LIM.. below buspenslon bridge, Allegheny, Pa. anlO-29 FOR SALE THE UNEQUALED REMING TON typewriter, the fastest writing machine In the world. For descriptive pamphlets and price lists call on or address A. M. MARTIN, 412 Wood st. OC15-93 FOR bALE NOW ONE SECOND-HAND tenoning machine, 2 surface planers andl sbaper,and new and second-hand engines, boilers, lard kettles, tar tanks, bli'men valves, castings, etc VELTE A MCDONALD, Thirty-second st. and Penn ave. 1v2l-9l-TT8 Mlsccllnneous. FOR SALE CAMERA-BEAR, 6X7: FINEST outfit In the city: cost 200: will sell che.ip. Address CAM KRA. Dlspatcn otHce. oclS-39 LOST. T OsT-ON MONDAY-A FREIGHT BOOK XJ containing a lot of freight bills marked bcott Bios, somewhere in Pittsburg or Allegheny;! reward Offered. Finder please leave at SCOTT BROS., 441 Market St., Plttsbnrg. oc 15-78 RESORTS. THOMASVILLE, GA., Piney Woods Hotel. Season opens December 4. 1889. M. A, BOWER, Proprietor. For circulars, rates, etc., address WM. E. DAVIES, Manager, Thomasville, Ga., or F. A. BUDLONG, Windsor Hotel, N.T.Clty. OCU-87-TTS TO LET. Cltv Residences. TO LET NO. 611 PENN AVENUE. 8 ROOMS Tall the- house except the parlor). W. A HEBRON A SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. ocl5-81-TTS East End Residences. TO LET-BRICK DWELLING, BOOMS, front and rear halls and stairway, natural 5 as, bath: 4 minutes to cable cars; 20 per month. OHN ALLEN , 821S Penn ave. oc5-94-Trs TO LET-VERY CHEAP-25 PER MONTH, neatbrlck house, 8 rooms; late improve ments: on Ward St., Oakland. See W. A. HER RON A SONS. SO Fourth avenue. ocIS-81-tts TO LET HOUSE OP 14 ROOMS. S1ABLE and outbuildings: large grounds; on Negley avenue, near Penn avenue cable cars. Inquire of HENRY ROBERTS, at Oliver A Roberts Wire Co., Southslde. sel0-10 OfOccs. Donk Room, etc T IO LET-IN STANDABDBUILDING-LABGB and well llcrhted offices, chean: Wood, near Sixth avenue, vr. A. HERRON A bONS. 80 Fourth avenue. OCO-43-TT3 TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD ING, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two or the roomiest and best-lighted offices to be found In the city; rent, 20Oand S30O per annum, including elec tric lights. Janitor service and steam heating. Apply between 10 A. M. and 1 2. u or between 2 and 4 P. It. Jy23-67 PERGONAL. PERSONAL-MALTBY'S OYSTER DEPOT, late 76 Fifth avenue, removed to 641 Smlth fleld street; fresh oysters received daily: orders filled at lowest prices. J. B. HEMMERLE, Mgr. sel-92-D PERSONAL-BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS1 New and old, ancient and mouern. standard and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30,000 vol umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 900 Liberty st. au3-9S PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE TURNED; recently they had not been on the best of terms owing to a little family lar occa sioned by the wife insisting on being allowed to renovate his wearing apparel, and which, ot course, was done In a bungling manner; in order to prevent the trouble they agreed to send ail their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor, 6S Fifth ave.. corner Wood- St., second floor, and now everything is lovelyand peace and happiness again reigns In their household. Telephone 1558. au30 MEETINGS. mHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE X stockholders of the Pennsylvania Salt Manuiactnrinc Co. Trill bo held st their office, No. 115 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, on WEDNESDAY. October 23, 1889. at 12 o'clock noon, for the election of seven directors for the ensuing year, and such other business as may be brought before them. AUSTIN M. PUBVE8, Secretary. se26-24-TTS OFFICIAL- PITTSBURG. OCTOBER 3. 1SS9. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Bureau of Health of the city of Pitts burg has this day established and provided, and does hereby designate the foot of Seven teenth (17) street, in the city of Pittsburg; at the Allegheny river, and Clark's dumpboat, immediately above the north end of the South Tenth street bridge, in tte city of Pittsburg, on the Monongahela river, as the places where are to be received and deposited the contents of all privies as they shall from time to time be cleaned and emptied, and all other offensive substances found upon the pnblic highway. THOMAS W. BAKER, Superintendent of the Bureau of Health. oc4-90 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-BE AJLED proposals will be received at the office of City Controller until MONDA V.tbe 21st day of October, A. D. 1839, at 2 P. M., for the follow ing, viz.: SEWSBS. Murtland st, from Penn ave, to Kelly St.; 20 inch pipe. Bayard St.. from Bldwell st, to Neville st; 15-inch pipe. Center ave., from Craig st to Barton st; IS and 20-inch pipe. Mignonette st, from Negley ave. to Beatty st: lo and 18-inch pipe. ' Harvard st, from Negley ave. to Euclid ave.; 16-Inch pipe. Howard alley and Thirty-fourth st, from 300 feet northeast of Thirty-fourth st, to connection with a sewer on Thirty-fourth st. at Ligonier st: 15-inch pipe. Spring alley, from Twenty-first st to Twenty second st; 15-inch pipe. Mulberry alley, from Sixteenth st to Seven teenth St.: 15-inch pipe. Fourth ave., from Grant st to Cherry alley; 15-incb pipe. Plans and specifications can be seen, and blanks for bidding can be obtained at this office. Each proposal must be accompanied by a bond, probated before the Mayor or City Clerk. The Department of Awards reserves the right to reject any or all bids. E. M. BIGELOW, oclO-19 Chief of Dept or Public Works. BUSINESS CHANGES. -VTOTICE JB HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE 1N partnership between E. M. Roberts and C. E. Adams, under the firm name and style of Roberts A Adams, is dissolved by mutual con sent C. E. 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. S. TWENTY-SECOND STREET and CAREY ALLEY, Pittsburg. OC14-20 TOTICE David Lentz & Son, successors to Peter Tesb, formerly of Stall No. 09, Diamond Market, Pittsburg, trill open anew stall at No. 63 Alle gheny Market, and continue running tha old stall, where their sausage can be had at either stands, or at JNO. DAUB'S SONS, . 617 Smlthfleld st, ocl5-6S Pittsburg, Pa. VTOTICE OK DISSOLUTION. Notice is hereby given that by vote of the members of Ekas, Reimer A Co., Limited, a joint stock association, the same was dissolved by mutual consent All debts of the associa tion will be paid by C. N. Relmei', to whom all payments for accounts due said association will be made. S, P. EKAS, tfrs. REIMER, OCTOBER 12, 1889. JERRY BEACOM. OC13-M AMUSEMENTS. ' EXPOSITION. ONLY FIVE DAYS 4 1 IN WHICH TO HEAB -THE- UNR1VALED THIRTEENTH REGIMENT BAND. ocl5 M Ra JENNESS MILLER, THE LOVELY DRESS REFORM ADVOCATE. Will deliver another lecture OLD c7ty"hALL, Market Street, ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, AT 2 P. M. Seats nowon sale at Hamilton's music store. Fifth avenue, city. oclO-5-MTTS pRAND OPERA HOUSE-TO-NIGHT, RUDOLPH ARONSON in the Comic Opera Company, BRIGANDS, Oct ZL Little Lord Fauntieroy. ocl4-16- "DUOC THEATER. TO-NIGHT, J. M. HILL'S A POSSD3LE CASE COMPANY. Oct 2L Oliver Dond Byron. ocl4-23-MTTr HARRIS' THEATER EVERY AFTER NOON and evening. W. A. Brady's Original Version of SHE. Weird, Mystical, Barbaric, Gorgeous in Scenic Effects. Week October 21 Daniel Boone. ocl3-31 TTARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY To-night, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, HYDE'S BIG SPECIALTY BHOW. ocl3 piAI lANOb, ORGANB. B. HAMILTON, HAND 93 FIFTH AVENUE, Pittsburg, Pa, ap30-74-D AUCTION SALES. ASSIGNEES' SALE. AT AUOTION" J. H. BORLAND, Auctioneer. Important to the public. The stock of a large drygoods Importing honse, over $156,000 worth of foreign and domestic drygoods. car pets, rugs, druggets, etc., etc, by auction, st J. H. BORLAND'S Large and Spacious Commission Rooms, NOS. 723 and 725 LIBERTY STREET, at the head of Wood street, opposite the Ar buckle block, commencing MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1889. Bales will commence daily at 10 A. K., 2 P. M. and 720 F. M., and continue 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 Cloaklngs, 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, etc. DRESS GOODS 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, Scotch, German and French Linens of every description. Prints, Ging hams, Chambrays, etc. Bleached and Un bleached Cottons from one to three yards wide, a large assortment of Ladles, Gents and Chil dren's Hosiery, Underwear, etc. English and American Blankets "of the finest makes." Flannels, Marseilles. French Raversibles. Turkish and-other Choice Quilts, together with a large and elegant assortment of Carpets, Turkish, Oriental, Smyrna. Crossley's Velvet and other rich and rare Rug3, Druggets, eta, etc., with an immense variety of other goods too numerous to mention. This Is without exception the largest sale of Fine Drygoods, Carpets and Rugs ever offered 'in Pittsburg, and is well worthy the attention of the public generally. The entire stock must be sold regardless of cost or price in order to make a prompt settlement with the creditors. All goods sold at this sale positively guar anteed and warranted as represented. Special accommodations provided for ladles. OC15-49-TTS3U BY HENRY AUCTION CO.. LIM. AT AUCTION-50 SECOND-HAND CAR PETS, chamber furniture, etc.. 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, shades, door and window curtains, 2 very large hand some parlor suits, nallracks, bookcases, desks, cabinets, ornaments, bedding, hair and busk mattresses, springs, blankets, druggets, rugs, china, glass and delfware, toilet sets.sideboard, cooking range and utensils, kitchen table and chairs, tinware and kitchen goodsand mn quette, velvet and Brussels carpets. HENRY AUCTION CO., LIMM Auctioneers. ocl3-85 ADJOURNED 8ALE DESIRABLE Pittsburg properties at auction, on 1HURSDAY. October 17, at 3 o'clock y. jc, on the premises on Short. Liberty or Ligo nier street. Sixteenth ward, near Thirty fourth street and Howard Public School house. Lot 90x100 feet, with two 2-story bricks, five 2-story frames and one frame cottage bouse thereon. The attention of capi talists is invited. For full information apply to L M. PENNOCK 4 SON, 105 Fourth aveor A, J. PENTECOST, Auctioneer, 413 Grant St. ocl82 ADJOURNED SALE DESIRABLE Pittsburg properties at Auction, on THURSDAY, October 17, at 2 o'clock r. at, on the premises, on the corner of Thirty-fifth and Butler streets. Fifteenth ward; lot 96 ft. on Butler st, 240 ft. on Thirty-fifth stand 79 ft on Penn are., on which are 13 brick and frame bouses: eligibly situated for business purposes or dwellings; now a good paying investment; can be improved to great advantage. For fnll information apply to L M. PENNOCK & SON, 105 Fourth ave., or AiJ.PEMECOST. Anc tioneer. No. 413 Grant st, ocl3-82 REAL ESTATE. NEW ELECTRIC RDAD Being constructed in Oakland runs by the end of OAKLAND SQUARE, and will carry passengers directly from the square to the city via Pittsburg Traction road for 5 CENT& We offer for sale in this square for 6,500 to (7,600 (which includes all improvenients.street or otherwise), elegant new two-story and mansard 8 and 9 room brick dwell ing, with halls, bath, laundry, stationary tubs, cemented cellar, range, fine chan deliers, both gases, bandsome slate mantels, with tile hearths, also tile ves tibule, bay windows, French plats glass, electric lighting apparatus, front and rear porches, etc; large lot (giving front, side and rear yard), facing asphalt paved aud sewered street 120 feet in width with park In center; magnificent view, perfect drainage, high and healthy location. These dwellings are being built by day work. TERMS SMALL CASH PAYMENT DOWN, BALANpE $500 PER YEAR. Sea and be convinced. SAM'L W. BLACK & CO., 99 FOURTH AVENUE. OC15-71-TT3 LEGAL NOTICES. CHARLES B. PAYNE, Attorney-at-Law. 173 Fonrth avenne. ESTATE OF WM. A. PAYNE. DECEA8ED. Notice is hereby given that letters testa mentary on the estate of Wm. A. Payne have been granted to the undersigned, to whom all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims against the same should make them known without delay. D. H. WALKER. sel7-62-xu Option, Pa. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN application will be made to the Governor of Pennsylvania on THURSDAY. October SI, 18S9, by Charles O. Smith, A. Clark Dravc. Domlnick O. Cunningham, Abner U. Howard and Robert Cunningham, under the act of As sembly entitled "An art to provide .for the In corporation and regulation of certain corpora tions," approved April 29, 1874, and the supple ments thereto, for tho cbarter of an intended corporation to be called Pittsburg Consoli dated Window Glass Company, the cbaractor and object of which is the manufacture and sale of window glass, and for these purposes to have, possess and enjoy all the rights, benefits and privileges of said act of Assembly and sup plements thereto. W. F. McCOOK, Solicitor. ocS-ol-ru EDUCATIONAL. CURrlY UNIVERSITY, SIXTH STREET. PITTSBURG. 1,477 STUDKNTS LAST YEAR. Classical, Scientific, Ladies' Seminary, Normal. .Musical, Elocutionary, Business College and Shorthand departments. Send for now cata logue. Correspondence with young persons de siring a better education respectfully solicited. JAMES CLARK WHJJAMS, A.1L, Pres't jyl8-82-TTS. PITTSBURG ART SCHOOL, ESTAB LI3HED 1884, offers advantages ot a tuorougtt Academic school or Art, combined with private in struction; each pupil under joint direction of George Het- rei (uusseioori Acaaemyj, joun W. Beatty (Munich Academy). Students wbo cannot attend dally mar enter for limited number of ays a week. For prospectus address JOHN W. BEATTY. Principal, U36S-TUS 113 Wood street, Pittsburg. m. FKeFeSALfc. TYROPOSALS THE REDSTONS OIM X Coal and Coke Company will reeetosg sealed proposals xor bo erecuon 01 neraswi double coke ovens until October 21,18881 OveasS tnhn hniltwitfc dMain wall bearHw afefs.4 For further particulars inquire at the oAeVoiTi w. R. wilhun, .engineer, rena dbkmk fittsDnrg. ocumb '. OmCK OF COtJWTT COSTEOLLKB, -Prrrsnirao. October U, 1SW. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RB-J CE1VED at this office until 4 o'clock P. xJfl THURSDAY, October 17,1888, for wldeahucS and extending approaches to image over cbot-p tfnrs creek at McCahes. Bids to be by the lams . sum for work complete. Work to be corapleteds on or before December 1, 19. Specification can oe seen at ine once 01 wa umjHtjr jw-v::;;m neeraiirjiiurDAl, uctoDeru, "ok. Bidders should visit site before bidding: duaiAXX or r.r.rfc, trjt oclZ-38 uonniy i;oatroiier. mo BUILDERS-OFFICE OF THE LIGHT-! J HOUSE Engineer, Fifth and Slxt DitvlE tricts, Baltimore. MdVOctober 12. 1SW.-Fre-?2 posais will De received ac ibis otaee own is o'clock noon of FRIDAY, the 15th day of No-1 vawiKaw Idol fn. fMlahlnv ft,n iii i fcnrea.1 mjm! 3 labor ot all' kinds necessary for the ereotjeasi ...... ....1l.. ..... k..l Vas. Vial. J IU1U UC1I.B4J VA UJO .Ql,i' A.orrv u. w- jj Houe, Hampton Roads, Virginia. TUas, specifications, forms of proposal and other 1-' lormanon may oe oocainea on appnonnon to this office, ane right u reservea to rejeetaayj or an nidi, ana to waive any oozeeta. J. u. MAI.I.f.rtx, captain 01 jngineers. u. Army. Lieht-House Enzineer. Fifth and Sis Districts. ocle-38-ne mO IRON MANUFACTUREB8-OFFJCBJ X 01 tne Light-uouse .Engineer, nrta an Sixth, districts. Baltimore. Md.. October M. 188 Proposals will be received at this offteo tstsl 12 o'clock noon of FRIDAY, the Uta ta eC jNovemDer. isaw, ror inronning- we maw and labor of all kinds necessary for the oletlou and delivery of the metal work of-MWl Newport News Light Hoase, Hampton ResK? Virginia. Plans, specifications, forms of see- posal, and other Information maybe obtaiati.-'m on application to this office. The right a -J served to reject anv or all bld, and to wa4veM any aeieci. J. u. ,ti ft i.iir.rw, bWB wi-nm--, gineers. U. 8. Army. Light-House ee)aee n utn ana crxtn districts. ocio-k-tzs 1 C1EALED PROPOSALS WILL BE K1 O CEIVED by the undersigned, at the Mer-fj cnants ana lanaiaciiirers .oaujc, at .ueirsvs,) Mich- until OCTOBER 20. 1889. at 12 o'chickH noon, for the purchase of 450.090 of the Baraft.! Graphite Mining Company's 9 per cent Stj mortgage coupon dodos, in sums 01 iesjvaai upward, reserving the right to reject any er I all bids. The property consists of 880 acres eJTij land In Baraza county, Mich, with a veis osT graphite or black lead 170 feet in thickness new woriunz; ana a personal guarantee given oy.a 5 gooa party 11 required. Further Information eiven on inamltfag Fred Carlisle, 51 Campau Building. DetieMtf Alien. i'-. cftrtiiim.K a. lu.v OC12-21 "UTY CLERK'S NOTICE OF THE CtTYj J of Spokane Falls, W. T. To- all warn tti may concern: Notice is hereby given tfestcj sealed proposals for the furnitbintrasd lajsj in the city of Spokane Falls, WVT., a tiiullit (12) inch water mala, length approxlBsiats when laid thrse thousand seven haadresl-ai eiebty (X7S01 feet: also to furnish and lar a 1 (6) inch water main, length spprexlieotsiyl when laid one thousand eight Bandred a4g fifty 1L80O) feet: also furnish and hr eaaS hundred and sixty feet of four (4) inetV pipe for hydrants, will be received by Be at wal time of the meeting of the City Consesl 1 WUiuiJAi Voiau, inovemBerfeJ and not later than 8 JO o'clock of soMt specifications for above famishing and of water mains can be examined in the oi the Pittsburg Dispatch. All bids mast kej securely sealed., and indorsed on the eTseJ substantially, sealed proposals for the larmtm' intr and laying of water mains lathe Hreii Spokane Falls, W. T., and also aceompaated hf, a certified check of five hundred (tS8M iolttn as a guarantee of good faith. The Connett re serves the right to reject anv or all Md. J. J. WHITE. Cttr Clerk. Sfokaitk FALLS.WASH.TBBOetetMir 8, nm j OC14-1 v! -TtUOPOSALS FOR STEEL CASTE 08 X for six-inch central pivot gan-carriaftea p-3 ior iMavy xara. wasnington, x. u. aeaian-ya ber 21, 1888 Sealed proposals indorsed ?re-J Iiosais for steel castings, to De opened ueteaer J 5, 1889," will be received at the Bureau efFre-? visions and Clothing. Navy Department; Wssk-j ington, D. O, until 12 o'clock noon, OCTOilEmf 15. 1889, and publicly opened immediately tet J after: to furnish and deliver, at the Navy Yard." Washington, D. C abont 215,000 pesMSjetV steel castings ioro-mcn central pivot sjws rfaren- mnsfotirt? of hnT ftlidefL nivasSL ati and racks, pivot nuts, trainiag-worB whts.V elevating-worm wheels, clips and trueks. mmm.; nroposals. showing number, weight; aC yst- cal characteristics of each class of otmitngw fj-j quired, together with blue prints of be furnished upon application to the C- mandantof tho Navy Yard or to the Iwm. i Tie bids decided by lot The department w, serves the rizhtto reiect any oraM hum nut1 deemed advantageous to the niiimMlt' JA&E3 FULTON. Paymaster GeoMK &! l 2YJ 4 96sWTTw"r4l JCPS TiROPOSALS 1TOR MATERIAL X QUIRED for use in the cosetnuOJea. at tne navy xara, .oroojuyn. n. 1- ot machinery f or two emlsers of abont 3.M0 displacement each. NaVr Deportment. Wa ington. D. C. October 5. 1889. Under aalhuitar conferred by the act ot Congress raakisteaa-i propriations for the naval service, a jprev nig September?, ises (statutes at Large, vet.-1 patre 4721. sealed proposals-are hereby taviai and will be received at this department na4ar o'clock noon. on WEDNESDAY. the Mad of November, 1889. for furnishing anddeHver! mg tne following classes ana quantities 01 1 terfalat said navy yard, for use is thee struction of said cruisers: Class 39. Fuel sZ foundrr. Anthracite coal and ovea or kHa' coke, about 100 tons of each. Class 35. Pat- j tern makers lumoer. adoui jh.to ksli Class 38 A. Finished and rough-turned steel : shafting. Crank, thrust and propeller sh4ww Class 38B. Corrugated steel furnaces. FMtf-,a six in an. Class asc condenser tnne aseetsK and packing. Eight tube sheets, abont 3MMJ4 Cianos. ana. auuut oa,wu cufriua-iape pjfcBiuiipjB! g Class 39 A. Anti-frtction metal. Five thea-c! MnAnAnnili f!liia SO R 7lrtfn Ta ftfcAa.,3 sand pounds. Class 39 C Steel casttan Jgj hundred tons. Class 44 A. Steel plates fer . boiler shells. About 200 tons, trimmed "pg shape. Class 44 B. Firebox steel and flanged-rf! plates. Anout 120 tons, inmmea t o snaps aso. nangea. mass u.-eu rous,Hape foreincs for boiler bracinc About 68 t Class 44 D. Steel engine forgings. Aboat Ma jj HJU9, liuuijjiuiui; uuucbuu ....u u-vvn (n,c val vR-irear. etc Class 3 A Boiler tabes. . About 8,600 lap-welded or seamless-drawafj steel tubes. Class 53" B. CondnnserV j tubes. Class 66 Steel rivets. Abont 38 toss-! of open-hearth or Clanp-unnitn Doner rivets.. The tons 01 ice material nereincauea tor ; be of 2.240 pounds earb. All of said material. to oe 01 bucu ueiaueu dimensions, weifrHis and shapes as may be required, and to be deliv ered at snch place or places In said navy yard as may be designated by the commandantthereelV The material to be delivered promptly ia .ae-i cordance with the requirements of the sched ule. All material to be of domestic maaufae tare, and to be accepted only after pesetno such tests as may oe prescnuec tneretor ay the Secretary of the Navy. Proposals mast be made in accordance wi;h forms which will be furnished on application, to the Bureaa. of Steam Engineering, and any" one or" more of the classes designated may he - pmhmesd In the same pronesaL bnt no hid for , a portion of a class will be considered. Eaea proposal must oe accompameu dj ntueracfrerr- evidence that the bidder is able to furnish, aad " J.tt ...k. ......1.1 .....lil.t, T, Yitrta. 4 Ism lur Rcrrstirr of the Navv. f or an amount eaosd te ? five per cent of the bid. The check received' vj irom tne succcssixu uiuuer win ud jv.uxiwt. sw 13 him on his entering into a formal contract for, ' the due performance of the work and gtiia(J bond for the same, with satisfactory surety.' is: m a penal sum equal to twenty-five per cent 01 the ""23 . . . -l. 1.1... . I. mm fa ata-l, 9n U a.Vr.3 SUOUDt Dl UU U1U, UUklU . aaw oneaaa mn xr i ... l. ....... .......M. m. a n . ,fwn atiali l.naa.1 t within twenty days after notice ot the aceev ancn of his nronosal. the check accompanyiate such proposal shall become the property- of & the United states, -oji cuecsj accompaayiBfr-ja .im.Ii vb-YiIj.i .-a nnfe n LiT,rAft wllf tin a r?t turned Immediately after the award shall bavaB. been made. A. schedule of the material re- -. quired and all other information essential to -- Didders will oe lurnisnea on application .0 .110 ; Borran of steam engineering, navy juepan-j ; ment. Proposals must be made in dnpllcat9 , for material for machinery or erui-ers Nos.7 ami 8 " and adrtrtusad to tho Secretary of their Navy, Navy Department, Washington, DUaa The Secretary of the Navy reserves therrighra to reject any or ail Dias, or tne mas oh any- Class or classes as in nis juui;iueii., ww .ui-svr ests of the Government inayTequire. '- . B. F. TRACY, Secretary ql the Navy., ociMjy-Tn SIXTH AVENDE DYE WORKts, . 1. MAY SOUS & COf STEAM DYERS AND SCODRERS '"LA A .l a...a.M1 -Atnvnlnt-aI lf tAYClIn f-! 1 1 1"4 nO laL- dies and gentlemen's soiled or faded garment neailT cieanea or restureu m wu.ur. vumjmusi of every description carefully atteaded lei, M. MAY SONS & Co. jell-TTS 58 SIXTH AVlC. Pittsburg. Pa. WALTER J. 03B0UR5E. RICH AKD BABBaWS. i T ARROWS A OS BOURNE " 90 Diamond street, i Telephone No. 812. aoSl-tVrM IS, MALL EXPENSES SMALL PHOFIMlV Friend, it von want a fine gold watch mm ail Fo ourth are.: mine isgoed yet. ItwMhasaahtl SO years ago at WILSON'S, FatHth'dkrd Plttsbnrg. watoa.otoeicaattie-fenj iMijfg-M a specialty. HMa.fi 7 'AV'i.Afi EaSS icfc.-iafc.Al!