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XGEEAT OIL GUSHER.
Petroleum Struck on the Arbuckle
Farm in Stowe Township
WITHIN FOUR MILES OF THE CITY.
It is Flowing 700 Barrels a Day and the
Shell Only Cracled.
CflAETIERS .CREEK IS
"To liim that hath shall he given," etc.
Out oi 100 observant people 40 years of age.
99 -will believe at least that much of sacred
'writ is true, for their experience has veri
fied it, and the unquoted end of the sen
tence will also receive the same percentage
of assent. The Arbnckles heirs struck it
rich on Monday evening, hut not until yes
terday did the public begin to pet onto the
significance of the strike. They could
scarce conceive that a 700-barrel petroleum
vrell was spouting within four miles of the
Court House. Up a rough and ragged ra
vine leading from Chartiers creek, about
a mile south of the mouth of the creek, the
oil flowed in torrents at intervals, coloring
the creek with $1,000 worth of iridescent
hue. The distance to the well by wagon
road is perhaps a mile lurther, but "as the
crow flies" it is not more than four miles
from the court house, and the spot might be
seen from the top of the tower, perhaps.
The well is in the 45 line, said one of the
drillers, the line extending across the river
in the neigbborhood oi the mouth ot Woods'
run in Allegheny. The depth of the well is
variously stated at 2,000 and 2,200 feet. The
band has been merely penetrated, the shell
of the rock only being broken. One of the
men at work said that the flow might or
might not be increased by deeper drilling.
The output is variously estimated at COO to
. 700 barrels a day, and some Bay it is 50 bar
rels an hour. It is flawing by heads, and
ut one time was timed and there came 11
barrels in ten minutes. There is great abun
dance ot gas, and the tank being lull, the
pas throes made a commotion that sent oil
in spray several rods lrom the tank.
SHOES GREASED FOR KOIHISG.
You could get vonr shoes greased by
walking through the grass 50 feet from the
well. There was no attempt made at con
cealment, and it was a good day for livery
stable men at Chartiers, rigs being in more
request as the day grew. The only people
not allowed near the well are coon hunters
with their torches and lanterns. If you
don't mind climbing a steep hill and being
covered with beggar lice and Spanish
needles you can get up to tbe hill from
Chartiers creek in a few minutes on foot.
As an evidence ot how little is known
even by" geologists and people whose busi
ness it is to know something about oil and
gas bearing rock, a short distance west
of the Arbnckles well is one on the
Clever farm, which was supposed to be
much better territory and though this well
is deeper than the Arbuckles, gas hardly
sufficient to supply two boilers was found,
while a fev rods still further west is a good
well on the same farm, that has been pro
ducing oil for months. Still west of this is
the iloore gas Tell, which did not come up
to expectations, and on strength of tbe dis
appointment leases westof it wereabandoned.
Scarcely had this been done when the Fort
Pitt Company struck a well nearly a mile
still further west on the Diep farm, which
alter a month from date of strike is still
putting out 1,000 barrels of oil a week and
rt1s but 1,400 leet deep. It was bored for
gas, but a revenue of $150 a day isn't bad
consolation lor the disappointment.
IT TVAS TKOTJBLESOME "WORK.
The Arbuckles' well has had an eventful
history. Work was begun in April. At a
depth of 1,000 feet a slanting fissure in the
roct was struct, ana alter a protracted enort
to straighten a crooked hole it was aban
doned, the rig readjusted and a new bore
begun 20 feet away. After the second hole
was well on the way the tools were lost in it,
and then followed a five weeks' fishing job.
People in the vicinity say that Fred Lan
inger has for year stated there was
either oil or gas in the ravine. "When tired
huuting he would sit down and meditate,
and if not startled out of his reverie by the
gambols of a squirrel on the brink of ruin he
would hear labored sounds in the bowels
ol the earth. At times they resembled
the gurgling of some fluid, like the kechug,
kichugof hard cider from a jug, and at
others like the ..labored breathing of some
subterranean monster who was struggling
ior more room. As Sir. Lauinger has been
saying so for jears, some people who
laughed at him now begin to think he may
have been an unconscious seismometer.
The oil is considered equal to that of
"Washington county. The Gufiey people
control a large amount of territory m the
neighborhood. The well is in the Gordon
sand, and is the largest yet struck in the
Crafton field. H. S. Stewart, the contractor,
find his men were hustling yesterday to take
care of the oil, and at noon "the second tank
was almost completed, and at 12:55 p. M.
. the United Pipe Line Company made con
nection and soon alter the distressful waste
of oil was stopped.
California In Winter.
Messrs. Raymond & Whitcomb are nre
paring to take a large number of Eastern
tourists to the Pacific coast the coming
winter. Two parties are to leave Philadel
phia, November 14 and December 12, and a
lan;e number of names are enrolled upon
both lis.ts. Magnificent vestihuled trains
are to be used on both occasions, the cars
gotng through from Philadelphia to the
doors of The Eavmond, at East Pasadena,
Cal., without change. Dining cars- and
composite cars (with barber shop and bath
room included) will be run on both trains.
That the comine; winter will witness an
increased tide of travel to the Pacific coast,
it already strongly indicated. The Califor
nia trips will be continued throuch the
winter and early sprinp months, and there
will also be excursions to Mexico in
January, February and March. Send to
Raymond & Whitcomb, 111 South Xinth
street (under Continental Hotel), Phila
delphia, for a descriptive circular.
A.n Important Sale.
Messrs. I. M. Pcnnock & Son will offer
at auction on Thursday, October 17, two
very desirable properties. See advertise
ment on third page of this paper for luller
For Cold Moekings. The moEt de
lightful thing imaginable forthe cold morn
ings is a plate of light, flakey hot cakes
made from Marvin's sell-rising pancake
flour. Get a package from your grocer and
try it. ttssu
To be found at our ladies' underwear
counter the genuine "Jenness Miller" un
derwear in combination suits.
Boggs & Buhl.
SI Felt Ilatx.
In all the newest shapes and styles for
ladies and children, extra good value, at
Home & Ward's. 41 Fifth ave.
'DAUBS exhibit of crayon and pastel por
traits at the Exposition prove he is just as
-perfect with them as in his, cabinet photo
Gabikiit photos, SI per doz. Lies Pop
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st. TTSa
,i fV & "Ws Pittsburg beer pleases better
every time. Can't be excelled.
Baseball game to-day at our store.
Chicago vs Allegheny. Fleishman & Co.
The Jcnnrss Sillier System Patterns
Are on sale here. Jos. Horse & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
, - - B. & B.
'Wrappers and house dresses; see the
''handsome, new striped printed! cashmeres
at'lZKC t - iwucs a. ugai.
THEIE'KEW GaS MAIN'.
The Philadelphia Company's 36-Inch Lino
The officials ot the Philadelphia Company
expect to have their new SG-mch line from
Telford to Niblock, a distance of about 1$
miles, completed between the 1st and 5th of
next month. "When the line is finished it
will have a greater capacity than all the
other lines in tbe held put together, ine
company is laying abont 500 feet per day.
and abont one-third of the line is. down.
"When the small lines are turned into 'the
large 36-inch main there will be more than
a sufficient quantity of gas for consumers.
It is expected that the howl about a shortage
of gas will cease in consequence this winter.
An official ot the company stated yester
day that the complaint among iron manu
facturers and other consumers about a
shortage of gas was wrong, and the short
supply was the fault of the consumers them
selves. "When the 36-inch main is in opera
tion the same trouble will be experienced
unless the consumers change their pipes.
"When the company increases the size of
their pipes the mills must do likewise. Some
time ago one mill in this city ordered the
cas shut off after laying their own pipe line.
They had been asked to enlarge their pipes,
and refused. They put in their own gas,
bit found in the end that they would have
to repipe the mill. This was done and
there was no further trouble about a short
MISCHIEVOUS CABLE CARS.
How They Sling Stones nt People's Heads
nod Smash Windows.
As George JJassey was proceeding along
Fifth avenue, near the corner of Market
street, yesterday a small stone flew past his
face with lightening rapidity and crashed
into the show window of Hugus & Hacke's
drygoods store, making a round hole like
that caused by a pistol bullet Massey com
plained toJJOfficer Brennan that some one
had thrown the stone at his head, but in
vestigation proved that the real culprit was
one ot the cable cars which had passed a
few seconds before. The stone had fallen
from one of the city gravel carts into the
track of the cars, and the trucks striking it,
propelled it catapult-wise through the win
dow. This accident is of very common occur
rence, and the officer pointed out three
other smashes in the Hugus & Hacke win
dows from the same cause. These windows
are of valuable French plate glass, and
Messrs. Hugus & Hacke rate them at over.
$150 each. Utber houses along Filth ave
nue complain of similar smashes in their
windows, but have been in the habit of as
cribing the damage to the ubiquitous small
TBE SfiW TEUCK HERE.
Superintendent Evans Says the Department
Will Take It.
Superintendent Evans, of the fire depart
ment, stated yesterday that he had received
notice that the new Warwick fire truck was
at the Pittsburgh transfer station and as
soon as the Pennsylvania Railroad moved
it down to Liberty street the department
would receive it. He laughed at the story
published yesterday that they would not
take the truck because it was not ready for
them at tbe end of the contracted time. The
new truck will be placed in No. 3 engine
house and the one now in use will be
The new truck is of handsome finish. It
only measures 36 feet from the tip of the
tongue to the rear ot the longest ladder. It
weighs onlv 5,190 pounds, including lad
ders and all equipments. Two horses can
easily take it to almost any part of the city.
The old truck weighs 11,000 pounds and
four horses are required to haul it. One
man can throw the ladders to the top of
most any of the high buildings in the city
within a minute and lower them in less
THE 21DSIC GEEAT.
Bandmaster Innes Distinguishing Himself
at tbe Exposition.
The closing week of the Exposition is
proving by long odds the most brilliant, as
it certainly will prove the most profitable,
of the season. Kot only are the attendant
crowds larger, but they are better enter
tained than at any time since the exhibition
opened. It is essentially "Musical Week."
Conductor Innes having something new in
store ior the patrons of the show at each of
the four daily concerts, and it is safe to as
sert that never have Pittsburgers enjoyed
such a prolonged season of good music as
the one now closing.
To-day some of the music from the II
Trovatore will be presented. To-morrow
evening Beethoven's symphony will be
WAS IT SUICIDE.
Wesicy O. Way Dies in tbe Jail From
Wesley O. Way, who was committed to
jail Tuesday morning for drunkennesss, wa3
found dead in his cell at G o'clock yester
day morning. The Coroner's verdict was
that death resulted from delirium tremens.
Way's mother lives in Altoona. He was a
piano and organ salesman, having been em
ployed by some of the best firms in the city.
His wife has a petition for divorce from him
cow pending in the civil courts.
REAL ESTATE SAVINGS BANK, LIMn
401 SmllhCeld Street, cor. Fourth Arenne.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $45,000.
Deposits of 51 and upward received and
interest allowed at 4 per cent its
We are receiving daily the newest things
in wall and ceiling hangings, designed by
tbe leading artists.
Cbumeine, Bake & Bassett,
TTS 416 Wood st.
The Jenncas Miller System Patterns
Are on sale here. Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
SI Felt Hats,
In all the newest shapes and styles for
ladies and children, extra good value, at
Home Si Ward's, 41 Filth ave.
SI Fell lints,
In all the newest shapes and styles for
ladies and childreen, extra good value, at
Home & Ward's, 41 Filth ave.
Baseball game to-day at our store.
Chicago vs Allegheny. Fleishman & Co,
Cabinet photos, 51 per doz. 'Lies' Pop
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st tisu
The Jenness Miller System Patterns
Are on sale here."Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Time is the true test F. & T.'s Pilsner
beer grows daily in popularity.
Baseball game to-day at our store.
Chicago vs Allegheny. Fleishman & Co.
VTOTICE MEMBERS OF COURT GOOD
J INTENT No. 5878, A. O. F. of A. 3I are
requested to attend the funeral of our late Bio
Samuel H. Brooks on THURSDAY. October
17. at 2 P. it., from his late residence. Southern
avcMt Washington. Sisterconrts arerespect
Inily invited to attend. By order nf C. R.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OP THE
stockholders of the Pennsylvania Salt
Manufacturing Co.iill be held at their office
No. 115 Chestnut t, Philadelphia, on
WEDNESDAY, October 23.1SS9, 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. PURVES, Secretary.
,81 AND 83 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-74-D
MS'Displaj; advertisements one dollar per
square for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
To Lit, etc, ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken or less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where "Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient ad vertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with Tub 1J1S
rnOMAS MCCAFFREY, 3X9 Butler street.
F-MIL G. STUCKET. S4th street and Peniyive.
E. G. STUCKEY CO Wylle ave. and Fulton St.
H. STOK1SLY, Filth Avenue Market House.
3. "W. WALLACE, (DFcnn avenue.
MCALLISTER & SHElBLEI',5thaV. SAtwOOdTSt.
JACOB SPOHN. So. 5 Carson street
H. A. DOUALUbOif, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAEKCHER, S9 Federal street.
H.J. JICBRIDE, Market House, Allegheny.
FKKD H. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEUS&SON, Ohio and Chestnut st.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENKY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGIIKS. Pennsylvania nd Beaverave.
PEKKY11. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
W. W. FLOCKER. Stationer. No. 4 Grant Ave.
VTTANTED ONE GOOD CARPENTER AT
V W1LKINSBURG PLANING MILL. OC17-27
WANTED-15 MASONS. IMMEDIATELY.
Apply to MOFFITJt SON, Wllmerdlng.
WANTED-A GOOD CAKE BAKER AT HAR
RIS' BAKERY, Wllklnsburg, Pa. Day
"TTTANTED A GOOD BERBER APPLY TO
V JACOB HEIL, No. 902J, Main St., bhsrps
bnrg, Pa. ocl7-19
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED GROCERY
clerk. Address with reference, G. P.. Dis
patch office. ocl7-ffl
-VTTANTED-S1X WRAPPERS. BOYS ABOUT
VV 16 years old. Apply GUSKY'S, 300 to 400
Market street. OC17-16
-T7"ANTED-A gim, FOR GENERAL noUSE
Y V WORK, at 175 HIGH ST., near Spring Gar
den ave., Allegheny City. OC17-S8
XTJ-ANTED-IO STONECUTTERS AT ONCE;
VV . apply at 349 Ohio St.. Allegheny. KUN-
KEL & JORDAN, Contractors.
WANTED FIRST - CLASS CLOTHING
salesmen: none but thoroughly experi
enced need apply. P. C C. C. OC17-1S
-TTTANTED-ONE GOOD BELL BOY-FROM
V 14 to IS years old, Immediately, at BOLF.Y'S
HOTEL, 3tto S3 Diamond, cltv. 0C17-31
WANTED-A NO. 1 PLANING MILL MA
CHINEhand or engineer. Apply atDuHER-
TYBROS'., 33 Bedford ave., city.
! ANTED-6 SLACK BARREL COOPERS.
V Apply to UNION BARREL AND CASK
FACTORY, South Mnth st Soutuslde. OC17-S5
WANTED ONE HUNDRED LABORERS
and twenty-five canlkers. Apply to OTT
BROS., Boyd's Hill, head of Bhlnglss st. oc!7-100
WANrED-A FIRST CLASS COAT MAKER:
first rlassrirlces paid to the proper party.
Address REIS & G ADDIS, Unlontown, Pa.
ITTANTED-FIFTEEN STONEMASONS AND
V six cutters. Apply to JAMES NICHOLS,
Presbyterian Church, Turtle Creek. Union wages.
yTT-ANTED SALESMAN TO SELL GOODS UY
V sample: good salary paid. Write to CEN-
TENNIALMFG. CO., Cincinnati, O.. or Chicago.
WANTED-TWOYOUNGMEN AS WAITERS;
ones speaking English and German prefer
red. Apply at No. 49 DIAMOND ALLEY, Pitts
WANTED YOUNG MAN FOR OFFICE
work: answer stating age, reference and
salary expected. Address H. B, N., Dispatch
-VTTANTED-NO. 1 BLACKSMITH FORPOINT
W ISO stonecutters', tools: applv at once.
COR.AMBERSON AVE. AND WT&TMINSTEB
ST., Sliadrslde. OC17-8
ANTED-BOY TO LEARN THE BARBER
trade: one with some experience prelcrred.
Apply M. J. EHRENFELD, Second ac, near
Brady St., Soho, OC17-3
-TT7-ANTED-A NO.l BOLOGNA MAKER AND
V weaner-wonrst and knock-wourst maker.
Write to ANDREW GODFREY, Canal Dover,
Tuscarawas Co., Ohio. OC16-12
only flr6t-class men, with reference: salary
and expenses, or commission. Apply at HAMIL
TON HOTEL, 4 to 6 r. M. Saturday. oclO-77
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN ABOUT 16 TO
learn a good business: will have to come
well recommended and have good Ideas in draw
ing. Address B. N. W., Dispatch office, oclr-78
WANTED-5 OR 6 EXPERIENCED BARGE
builders; i.one others need apply: steidy
work for 6 mos. Apply at office ALEX. Mo
CLURE, Twenty-seventh and Railroad sts.
WANTED-MALE COOK, WITH REFEREN
CES, to operate at hotel. 40 miles north of
Pittsburg; man and wife preferred. Call at Y. M.
C. A. BUILDIN G.Thursday, October 17, at2F.lt.
-tT7" ANTED IMMEDIATELY AN ACTIVE
V man with some business experience: liberal
terms to proper party; references and personal
application necessary. P. WARD, Room 2. 103D
Penn ave. ocl7-23
-TTJAN1EU-RKL1ABLK LOCAL ANDTRAV
W EL1NG salesmen: positions permanent;
special inducements now; fast-selling specialties;
don't delay; salary from start. BROWN BROS.,
Nurserymen, Rochester, N.Y. sel7-70-TTS
-TTTANTED-DETECTIVES IN EVERY COUN
TY TY: shrewd men to act under instruction
in onr secret service: experience not necessary;
send 3-cent stamp. GRANNAN DETECTIVE
BUREAU CO., Arcade, Cincinnati, O.
TTTANTED-BUblNESS MEN AT SMART'S
V COLLEGE, No. 4 sixth St.; expert book
keeping and balancing, arithmetic penmanship,
shorthand and typewriting taught thoroughtv for
?5 per month to ladles and gentlemen: open dally
from 9.A. JI. to 9 r. H. OC12-C5-TTK6U
TITANTED-LABORERS WANTED IN NEW
YV Orleans 11)0 able-bodied men to ship as
crew: wages $G0ptr month and board; tarellable
-men steady employment will be given. Apply to
M.N.WOOD. Coast and Lalausche Line, No. 2
Canal St., New Orleans, La. oclC-42
TTJANTED-MALE HELP-JCO SALARY, S40
VV expenses In advance allowed each month.
Steady employment at home or traveling. No
soliciting. Duties delivering and making collec
tions. No postal cards. Address with stamp,
HAFER & CO., Plana, Ohio. oc8-6S-TT6su
-TTTANTED AGENTS TO SELL TEA. BAKING
VV powder and pure spices: gifts with goods:
coke workers, miners or mlllmtn can makemoney
in their spare time: special Inducements to per
sons having established trade. YAMASH1UO
TEA CO.. 83 Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa.
-TT7-ANTED-SALESMEN AT S75 PER MONTH
V salarvand 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 SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass.
WANTED-AGENTS-TO SELL OUR NON
EVAPORATING, non-freezing chemical Are
pall, patented: exclusive territory given; sells to
factories, hotels, business blocks, dwellings, etc.:
an entirely new thing and sells on sight: Indorsed
N. E. Insurance Ex.. Factory Mut. Ins. Cos., Chi
cago Underwriters' Association, etc; sample nail,
price list, etc. sent on receipt of J2. Address THE
WORCESTER FIRE APPLIANCE CO. rlncor
porate'I, So. S3 Front street, Worcester, Mass.
nrTANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR COOK AT 407
VV PENN AVENUE. Pittsburg. ocI7-7
WANTED-CHAMBERM AID MUST HAVE
references. Apply 62 BEECH ST., Alle
-TiT-ANTiCD-MlDDLE AGED LADY OF BUSI
VV NESS ability In our special order depart
ment; hours 9 to 5 dally: reference; salary. Sis per
week. MANAGER'S OFFICE, room 16, No. 5,
Seventh ave. Call after 10 a. it. ocl7-91
-TTTANTED-LADY AGENTS FOR OUR NEW
V Mcintosh raglan; superior clotb, 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-prooi; agents sell six a day and
make S; great opportunity: also fine line other
goods. Address E. H. CAMPBELL, 434 Randolph
st., Chicago. ocl-66-TTS
-TITANTED-TO EMPLOY A FEW LADIES,
V on 6alary, to take charge of my business at
their bomci; entirely unobjectionable; light: very
fascinating and bealthfnl: no talking required;
permanent rosltlon: wages tin per week In ad
vance; good pay foi part time; my references In
clude some oi the best well-known people of Lou
isville, Cincinnati, Pittsburg and elsewhere. Ad
dress with stamp, MRS. MARION WALKER,
Fourth and Chestnut sts., Louisville, Ky.
-VTTANTED-A POSITION BY MAN AND
VV wife as cooks in clubhonse or hotel; both
excellent cooks; number of years experience.
Address COOK, No. 831 Liberty St., city.
Booms. Ilouses. Etc
WANTED ONE OK TWO FURNISHED
rooms for light housekecninj:: rent not over
.1S per month; not be overs blocks lrom postoffice;
lucrcucc siicu auu iniuuvu. auuicm ty.x
GROFF, Keystone Hotel. , . OC17-1
THE PITTSBURG ' DISPATCH,
Stale and l'eirmle HclD.
WANTED-50 ITALIANS, tl 75 FEB DAY;
child's nnrse: 2 nurse girls: girls for hoard
ing houses: cooks, chambermaids, house girls: 2
Colored. MEEllAN'S, M5 Grant st. ocl4-D
WANTED-FHENCH NURsll TO TAKE
charge of two children, cooks, dining room
girls, chambermaids, nurses, 100 l.ouseglrls, Ger
man and colored girls, farm hands, drivers, man
for dairy. MRS. K. THOMPSON, 603 Grant sti
WANTED-AGENTS. MALE OR FEMALE,
In all country towns, to sell photograph
albums: latest designs for lall trade Just received;
big profits and quick returns to encrgeticagents;
write terms, etc. DNION PUBLISHING CO.,
103 Fourth are. seB-80-TTFSu
WAKTKD-BOAKD AND ROOM IN PRI
VATE family for man an J wire. Address,
with price, F., Dispatch office. oclT-83
-Tir ANTED-MORTGAGES ON IMPROVED
V city property. In large or small amounts. See
A. HEBRON & SONS, DO Fourth ave. .
TT-ANTED-MORTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
W In sums to suit at X. S and 6 per cent.
ALLES BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave, Tel. 167.
ANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP-
ERTY. over f4,000; 4K per cent; no tax.
WANTED-foOO TO SSOaOOO-TO LOAN ON
mortgages. 4H, Sand 6 per cent. J AS. W.
DRAPE& CO,, 1S9 iourtu ave., Pittsburg. Tele
phone No. 975, cl7-4-MThS
Wanted-mortgag.es 11.000,000 to loan
la large and small amounts at 4H. ' and 6
per cent, rrce of State tax; no delay. R15ED B.
CO YLE CO., 131 Fourth ave. mv21-6Q,
WANTED MORTGAGES IN LARGE OR
small amounts on improved city or Alle
gheny county property at 4 hi, S and 6 per cent.
TH03. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave. ocl3-K3-TTSSU
WANTED-TO LOAN 1350,000 ON MORT
GAGES in amounts to suit, in city or coun
try, at 4f to 6 per cent, as to security; no delay.
SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth ave.
WANTED-TO LOAN t500,COO. IN AMOUNTS
of Ji 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on i per cent, free ortax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK & BAIRD,
85 Fourth avenue se21-d76-D
TT7-ANTED MORTG AGES-11,000, 000TO LOAN
V V on city and suburban properties at 4i oand
6 per cent, and on larrns la Allegheny and aaja
cent counties at 6 per cent 1. 11. l'ENNOCK &
SON, 103 Fourth avenue. ap7-fu
-TTTANTED-T-o i,OAN 2O0,00O ON MORT-
VV GAGES: 100 and upward at 6 per cent;
1500,000 at 4)4 per cent on residences or business
iroperty; also In adjoining counties. S. H.
FRENCH. 125 Fourth avenue. oc31-e84-D
WANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
dozen (13) or Stewart & Cc 's fine cabinet
photos for SI, at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
WANT EDTO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one In the club at fl 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX SOL and I will call and show you the watch.
ANTED-THE PEOPLE TO KNOW THAT
YEAGEE A CO..70 Federal st . Allegheny.
will make cabinets of anybody during this month
for 75c per doz;: bring the little ones: don't miss;
Ho. 70 Federal st. Uhese cabinets will not fade.
WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER, 96 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at fl 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised; instan
taneous process. mhl33
WANTED-IRON AND GLASS WORKERS
to take notice where emuloymentis steady,
at Cochran station, and purchase cheap lots in
the Patterson Plan; cheap; on easy terms; month
ly or yearly payments. J. It WYLIE, Agent
Duquesne, Pa., or No. 8 Wood street, room 5,
Pittsburg. Pa. OC12-92
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOE SALE-ON COLWELL ST.. NEAR
Dinwiddle, 2-sty. brick dwelling. 6 rooms,
n. and a. gas; in good condition: a bargain; lot
20x100 to alley. J. C. BEILLY, 77 Diamond st
FOR SALE AT H750-VERY REASONABLE
terms: short walk from the postoffice, on
Bluff st., Sixth ward; a neat brick bouse of 8
rooms, late conveniences. See W. A. HERRON
& SONS, No. SO Fourtu ave. ocl0-20-UTh
FOR SALE BARGAIN WYLIE AVE.-7-room
brick, hall, side entrance: on line of ca
ble cars; to fronts, large lot, water, gas, marble
mantels, inside shutters: S2,500 to prompt buyer.
ALLES Jt BAILEY, 104 Fourth ave. OC15-38-TTS
FOR SALE VERT CHEAP-A DESIRABLE
new house, late style,9 rooms: lot 3d ft. front:
street is paved, city sewer; centrally located and
a very short distance from the Court House: a bar
gain Is ofiered If sold quick. W. A. HERRON &
SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave. oclO-20-KTh
. East End Residences.
FOR SALE-SHADYS1DE DWELLING, WAL.
N UT st. : a 2-story frame of 7 rooms and fin
ished attic hall. b. A c. water, gas, etc. : call and
get full particulars. BLACK A BAIRD, 95 Fourth
avenue. 3A-147. OC13-74
FOR SALE-MODEL OAKLAND HOUSE, AT
WOOD street, near Cable place, a 2-story
brick dwelling of Brooms, hall, laundry, front
porch; other conveniences: large lot 95x123 to au
allev. BLACK A BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 2D-85.
FOR SALE-FIFTH AVE., NEAR SHADY
lane, a very desirable home at a very lowflgure:
11 rooms, with all modern Improvements; nearly
new; stable on lot; this Is a very line residence
and is worth more than we are now asking: lot
55x100. J. (J. BEILLY, 77 Diamond St. ocl3-150
FOR SALE NEW DWELLING OF 8 ROOMS,
wide hall, vestibule, Inside shutters, inside
w. c, bathroom, eleetrlc bell, etc.: this bouse is
located near to Shadyslde station. Pa. R. R.; this
house Is new, never occupied, and one of the most
saleable properties on our books. C. H. LOVE,
93 Fourth ave. OC1S-57-TT
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 commodious rooms, recep
tion hall, range, bath, laundry, all the latest Im
proved conveniences: large lot: ILOOO cash, bal
ance to suit. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN ON THE COR
NER of two prominent paved aTes. In the
last End; lot 40x193: elegant brick house recep
tion hall, 9 rooms and finished attic with cedar
room, large drvlng room and servants' room,
basement laundry, electric bells, In short com
plete In every respect THOS. LIGGETT, No. 1H
ruurin ave. ocid-Jo-riBsu
TTttlR SALE 5.000 SHADYSIDE.
X? square lrom Fifth are. cable line, on
ered street elegant, new and substantial 9-room
frame dwelling; hall, bath, Inside shutters and
w. c slate mantels, tile hearths, sliding doors,
fine chandeliers, stationary washstand, range,
etc.: lot 82x110 leet: this is a first-class neighbor
hood and on a through street. SAMUEL W.
BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth ave. OC17-81
FOR SALE A FINE. NEW BRICK RESI
DENCE property, with beautiful, large lot,
situate ou one of the most pleasant avenues In the
East End; a gentle elevation, affordlngacbarming
view of Liberty Valley, and securing a perfect
sewerage system: 12 elegant rooms, wltn spacious
reception hall, billiard room, bath and lavatorial
facilities with patent Scotch closet; laundry, nati
nral gas and all of the more recent appliances, and
everything in the roost perfect order; wide piazza
covering the entire front and side; it will prove In
teresting to any one in quest of a handsome East
End home to examine this valuablepropcrty. Par-
tlculars from JAS.
W. DKAP15 A CO., 1Z) FOUriU
SALE A BARGAIN, IN SECOND
d. Allegheny property, new 6-room
fnmp! r 500: rents for Sa Tier montb. BAL-
TENSPERGER & WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE A COZY NEW SIX-ROOM FRAME
bouse (just completed), situated in Alle
gheny; convenient to street cars and market
house; lot 23x101 feet: (A200 on easy payments.
W. W. MCNEILL A BRO., 105 Fourth ave. OC17-6
FOR SALE A VERY FINE BRICK RESI
DENCE in Second ward. Allegheny, near
parks and street cars: 10 large rooms; library,
tedar room, bath and lavatory, natural gai, fur
nace, China closets, pantry.groceryand vegetable
niches: a first-class residence in every particular,
replete throughout with all modern appliances:
everything almost new; large lot side entrance,
alley la the rear. Fuller particulars and permit
to examine the property from JAS. W. DRAPE
A CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg, Pa. ocl7-4-ThB
TTtOR SALE-AT WILKINSBURG HOUSE, 8
JrJ rooms, all modern Improvements: lot 40x132:
beautiful location. W. E. HAMNETT. 404
Smilhfleld street, rittsburg, and Wllklnsburg, Pa.
centrallv located at Wllklnsburg, P. K. R.,
a vcrv desirable new house. 8 rooms; thoroughly
Improved Mot 100x200 ft. SeeW. A. HERRON A
SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. oc!7-95-MTh
TTIOR SALE-NEAR SANDY CREEK STATION,
jD A. V. R. K.. 2-story frame dwelling, 6 rooms
and finished attic; new and modern; i acresof
level ground: a verv pleasant country home. Ji
C RtlLLY, 77 Diamond St. OC13-150
FOR SALE AN ELEGANT SMALL PLACE
of 9 acres, with all kinds of frults;-good house
of 8 rooms, also one of & rooms and large bank
barn: 10 minutes' walk from Glenfleld station, P.,
Ft. W.AC. R. B. C. BERINGER A SON. 103
Fourth ave. ool2-82-TTS
FOR SALE-HANDSOME RESIDENCE, HOME
ave., Bellcvuc, P., Ft. W. AC. It It, 8 min
utes from station: complete bouse. 14 rooms, all
modern Improvements; large well-kept grounds
covered withlrult trees; lot 140x200 feet: will Bell
cheap. SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO., 9!) Fourth
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE-LOIS AT GLKNWOOD.-NEAR
tbe station: graded streets, sidewalks, city
water, houses and lots lor sale 1 1,550. 81,750. 12.000,
ten per cent cash, balance on monthly payments:
Second Ave. Electric Railway will pass In front of
these lots; B. A O, Railroad fare monthly tickets,
5U cents per trip; 12 minutes from Smfthfleld st.
tiLuKGJfi C. BUHGW1N, 150 Fourth aye.
THURSDAY;' t OCTOBER
FOR SAL&-?60O FOR LAWBEKCEVILLE
lots, McCandless and Duncan streets. SoxlOO
each ; convenient to mills, etc.
BLACK & 11 Alii V,
wj r ounu ave. en
T710R SALE IF YOU WANT THE FINEST
-.' viewoi me city, buy a lot on Bailey ave.. in
each: terms to suit all. BLACK A BAIRD,
Fourth ate. 2I-K.
Enst End Lots. I
FOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN, LOT MxlSvON
Atlantic avenue, near Liberty. GEO. T.
MCCO.N N ELL, Forty-third and Butler s". t
TTIOR S A LPI TWO (31)1111 r.KVKL LOTS ON
X" River avenue, near Collins svenne: a bar
gain at rao each. MELLON
tauon street, E. J,
FOR SALE-ON EDWIN ST.. NEAR ELWOOD
St. lot 40x120 to sewered alley; both gases and
city water on the street: only It GOO. THOS. LIG
GETT, No. 114 Fourth ave. ocl3-128-TT6sa
FOR SALE-SHADYS1DE BUILDING LOTS
verv desirable, on Bellefonte st , one square
from Fifth avenue tCBeap; lot 40x160 ft. w. A.
HERRON A SONH.T5Q Fourth avenue. ocl3-77-MTh
TJWR SALE-CENTER AVE., E. E., 2 M1N
E UTES' from.Koup station; fine building, lot
100x200; cholceJocatlon for a home; terms reason
able. S AM'L! W. BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth ave.
FOR SAXiE-A NICE LOT ON GRAZIER ST.
(G0-fL):ln excellent location: handy to rail
road and school: this is a bargain at t750, on easy
payments. MELLON BROTHERS, (349 Station
st, JJ. E. ocl3-l23-TTSu
FOR SALE-BUY A LOT IN BAUM GROVE,
notice the Improvements now being made;
when completed will certainly enhance value.
MELLON BROS.. East End, or JOHN F. BAXTER.
Agent. 512 Smlthfleld st. ocll-1-MihF
T710R SALE-NICE, LEVEL LOT. 24x110
Jl feet on Elyslan avenue, near Fifth avenue;
In excellent location, near railroad and cable;
price 1500. on easy payments. MELLON HROTH
ERS, 6319 Station street E. E. ocl3-129-TT8u
FOR SALE CHARLES SOMERS A CO., 313
Wood st, a bargain in a block of lots in the
Baum Grove plan; 5 of these handsome 40-foot lots
on a choice street to be sold as a whole to a prompt
buyer at prices away below those firmly held on
all adjoining! unsold; we recommend this as a
FOR SALE RARE CHANCES FOR PROFIT
ABLE Investments In the shape of lots in
The Villa Park plan. " adjoining tbe "Bank of
Commerce addition," at Brushton, which has
proven so profitable for those who purchased
there: better opportunities than ever. JOHN F.
BAXTER, Agt, 612 Smlthfleld St. ocl3-75-rrssa
FOR 8ALE-HAZELWOOD LOTS. S300 EACH.
3 vacant lots oxi Kcarchcr ave. Twenty. third
BLACK A BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-S300 EACH FOR HAZELWOOD
lots; 13 beautifully lying lots on Blgelow, n.
Sylvan ave, 25x100 feet each,
9i Fourth ave. 2D-30S
BLACK A BAIRD,
FOR SALE ALMOST In THE CENTER OF
Allegheny good bnlldlnglots,easr of access,
for 8100. on easy terms, bee W. A. ULRRON A
SON 3. 80 Fourth avenue OC15-79-TTS
FOR SALE-CHARLES SOMERS A CO., 313
Wood St. Three beautiful plots of ground,
containing from to 2 acres each, on hand
some paTed street in Eleventh ward, Alle
gheny; elegant residence location or hlghlv pro
ductive properties for subdividing; this is tbe
prospective tine residence portion of Allegheny,
in the vicinity of rapid transit and new avenues
to Allpffhpnv'fiTTiftat nttrjir.tlvpoiitlvlnir dlatrlntq.
FOR SALE LOT 148X100, LACOCK ST., NEAR
Federal St.. Allegheny, at trustee's sale by
direction of Orphans' Court. On Thursday, Oct.
24. at 2 o'clock, will be sold on the premises, in
lots to suit purchasers, that piece of valuable real
estate belonging to the estate of the late Martha
McDonald Smith, fronting 143 feet on tbe north
side of Lacock st. by 100 feet deep to a street ad
jacent to West Penn Railroad; very eligible prop
erty for manufacturing purposes; terms, onc
fonrth cash and balance in threeyearly payments.
A. LEGGATEASON, Auctioneers. oclS-74
FOR SALE AT WILKINSBURG, ON COAL
St., 2 lots. 60x200 each, price 8375; cheapest
lots in Wllklnsburg. W. E. HAMNErr, 404
Smlthfleld street Pittsburg, and Wllklnsburg. Pa.
FOR SALE LOTS, LOTS, LOTS IN THE
Herr Fulbacb plan, between Willow Grove
and Bennett stations, on West Penn R, R Just
outside Allegheny City line, at rroin 8200 to (1,500;
cheapest property in the market THOS. LIG
GETT, 111 Fourth ave ocl2-12S-TTS6u
FOR SALE CHOICE LOTS: 50X194, 8400 TO 600;
Belmont Place Ingram. P.. C A St. L. R. R. ;
streets SO ft. wide; sewered: houses to set back 40
ft., cost at least fiOOO: terms 825 down, balance 10
per month. INGRAM LAND AND IMPROVE
MENT CO., 60 Fourth ave. (second floor).
FOR SALE CHEAP FARM-75 ACRES,
4-room house, frame barn, good fences, lays
well, 19 miles from Pittsburg, for Si 800, to close an
estate. N.F. HURST, Lock Box 49, Rochester. Pa.
FOR SALE FARM 175 ACRES. FRAME
house, large barn, fine apple and peach or
chard, good timber, three veins coal. P. A W. It
It, only 840 per acre. ED. W1TTISH, 410 Grant
st Pittsburg, Pa. OC16-D
FOR SALE-A FINE LAYING FARM)F 74
acres In Trumbull co., O., near Sharon, hav
ing a fine sugar camp of 300 trees; good house or 7
rooms, new barn, etc.; convenient to churches,
schools, etc. : price 84,5U0. C. BER1NGER A SON,
103 Fourth ave. oc12-S2-tts
FOR SALE -192 ACRE FARM FOR 12,500,
near Connellsvllle: having one 7 and a 4
roomed house barn; plenty of fruit: will sell on
easy payments or exchange for other property ;
Jiave a large variety of farms, all sizes ana prices
In Allegheny and adjoining counties. MAGAW
A GOFF, 15 Fourth ave. ocl3-87-rrsn
FOR SALE TO CLOSE UP AN ESTATE A
fine farm of 100 acres, 2 miles from Freeport
West Penn R. R. : farm lays to tbe 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 underlaid
with coal. C. BER1NGER A SON, 103 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE IT WILL BE TO YOUR INTER
EST to secure one of our new revised cata
logues with supplement (Just published) before
buying elsewhere; we havealarga variety of new
properties coming in dally, and can supply your
wants without delay; lots and dwellings In all
parts or the 2 cities and suburbs: all prices and
terms: call or sendfor this valuable book. BLACK
A BAIRD. 95 Fourth ave. ocD-58
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
TTIOR SALE A OOOD PAYING GENERAL
JU store at a bargain: storeroom and dwelling.
For particulars address
TTIOR SALE GROCERY STORE IN LIVE.
A? growing town near city: will invoice about
(300: trade eood. mostly cash
GER A WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE 2 FINE BAKERIES AND CON
FECTION ERlES,ln excellent locations, large
grocery store In Pittsburg, 19,000 or Invoice, doing
vearlv business of S100.000: Smaller crrocerr stores.
f400 to (5,000: cigar stores, small bakeries, confec
tloneries, boarding houses, drygoods and notion
stores, feed store. Ttrlntlntr omce and manv other
business chances ior males or females: free par-s
ucuiars. oniirAAitstu, nziiLasTC. OC4
FOR SALE-A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY;
good paying builders' supplies and livery
combined with large hauling trade, will invoice
f2. 000: profits past year 82,000; warehouse new;
stables and office all connected, wltn R. R. siding;
located in a growing center on good It R. line
near city: must be sold on account owner's bad
health. For Information call on JAMES IIOW
ARD. Jit, No. S3 Park way, ilAGEK A COM
PANY. Allegheny City. . OC17-96
FOR SALE-CHARLES SOMERS A CO., 313
Wood st We can safely recommend as good
Investments and as auaveoue to a successful, re
spectable and profitable business connection the
following, each in its Une desirable: An active
Interest In a wholesale mercantile business: an
active or silent Interest In an establishment deal
ing directly with consumers In a choice line of
goods yielding large and certain profits: an Inter
est in a live, progressive and profitable country
newspaper. located In a field where continued
growth and enlargement Is assured; capital re
quired In each from 85,000 to 8,000. OC17-14
near Logan street, 3-sty. pressed brick front,
7 rooms and storeroom; price low enough to be
considered a good purchase; lot 21x89. J. C.
RE1LLY, 77 Diamond st. ocl3-150
FOR SALE FIFTH AVE. BUSINESS PROP
ERTY, only f368 per front foot, near the
Court House, a lot 123x112 ft. to another street;
especially adapted for stores, warehouse, light
manufacturing or any other purpose requiring
large space and down-town location; satisfactory
terms can be made. SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO.,
99 Fourth ave. ocl7-22-Ths
FOR SALE THE VALUABLE BUSINESS
property No. 1125 Penn avenue, city, between
Eleventh and Twelfth streets, to be sold at Mas
ter's sale, by order of the Court of Common Pleas,
on next Thursday morning, October 17, at 11
o'clock, on tbe premises: get handbill of full par
ticulars at our office. JAS. S. YOUNG, Master.
JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pitts
site near Fifty-rourth street, city, fronting
300 feet on Allegheny Valley Railroad by axrfeet
deep to a street; one of tbe most eligible sites la
tbe city for manufacturing purposes; will sell at a
bargain on long, easy payments: owner being a
non-resident, wants to sell. Particulars from
JAB. W. DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pitts
bnrg. Pa. ocl7-4-MThs
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Machinery ana Metals.
FOR, SALE ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
and refitted; rcpairingpromptht attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY ANDMACHlNECO.,LIM.,
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa- aulo-23
TTIOR SALE NOW -
2 surface nl&ners md 1
.1 tenoning machine,
Buaucr,anu new auu seconu-usna engines. Doners,
lard kettles, tar tanks. Sli'men valves, castings,
etc VELTE A MCDONALD," Thirty-second st
and Penn ave. .Jt21-81-tis
?EimW$'.&'' v ''-iWi,
17; "1889 ,
Ilorse. J chicles. Live Stock, dee."
FOR H ACC-A BAY PACING HORSE, YEARS
old.-!4S bands high: weighs 1. 000 pounds.
InqultrgVNO. 49 FREMONT ST., Allegheny.
' SALE SECOND-HAND BAROUCHE,
&S KOOd as new. Can lift inm at 11. WESr A
Cu.'S, Carriage Makers. fl Dnauesne war. ntts-
95. -burg, Fa. . oclo-M
T?gR SALE-VERY" CHEAP-A PAIROFSOR
X' REL horses s and 6 years old; warranted
sound: one would make an excellent coach horse;
as a work team they are bard to beat; must be sold
tlmweek. Can be seen at lumber yard of H. W.
AHLKRSA CO., 323 Ohio St., or inquire or J. C.
GRAY", at West Penn railroad station, Allegheny
TO LET-NO. 511 PENN AVENUE. 8 ROOMS
fall the house except the parlor). W. A
HEBRON A SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. ocl5-Sl-TT8
mo LET BRICK DWELLING. E ROOMS.
JL front and rear halls and stairway, natural
5 us, oaiu; s minutes tocaois ears;
OUN ALLEN, 6219 Penn ave.
2u per month.
TO LET-ON CONGRESS STREET, BRICK
house, 8 rooms, bath, range both gases;
fine brick stable for two horses: rent low to good
party. M AGAW A GOFF, 145 Fourth ave. OC17-2S
TO LET-fI3 PER MO. -THE BEST HOUSE IN
either city for the money: neat brick house
0 rooms, late improvements; No. 201 Plymouth St.
W. A. HERRON A SONS, 80 Fourth ave. .
East Ead Residences.
LET-VERY CHEAP-K5 PER MONTH.
neat brick house. 8 rooms; late improve
ments: on Ward St., Oakland. See W. A. HER
RON A SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. ocli-61-TTS
TO LET-HOUSE OF 14 ROOMS. STABLE
and outbuildings: large grounds; on Negley
avenue, near Penn avenue cable cars. Inquire of
HENRY ROBERTS,at Oliver 4 Roberts Wire Co.,
TO LET-FINE UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR
housekeeping on Liberty, Penn and Ferry
streets; 39-room hotel, with store rooms: both
gases. Inquire or 3, MUSGRAVE. 44 Fourth
Offices. Desk Room, etc
TO LET-IN STANDARD BUILDIN G LARGE
and well lighted offices, cheap: Wood, near
bixth avenue, tv. A. HERRON A SONS. 80
Fourth avenue, OC5-45-TTS
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street two of the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be fonna in the
city; rent, 200 and (300 per annum, including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam beating.
Apply between 10 A. it. and 1 r. v., or between
2 and 4 P.M. Jy237
PERSONAL-MALTBY'S OYSTER DEPOT,
late 76 Fifth avenue removed to 641 Smith
Held street; fresh oysters received dally; orders
filled at lowest prices. J. B. HEMMKRLE, Mgr.
PERSONAL-BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
New and old, ancient and Modern, standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30, 000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. SCO
Liberty st au3-98
TEHSONAL HIS LOVE
recentlr thev had not been on the
best of terms owing to a little family lar occa-
sionea Dymewiie insisting on oeing aiiowea 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 all
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor. 65
Firth ave, corner Wood St., second floor, and
now everything Is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns la their household. Telephone 1558.
PROPOSALS THE REDSTONE OIL,
Coal and Coke Company will receive
sealed proposals for the erection of 10 or more
double coke ovens until October 21, 1SS9. Ovens
to be built with diriaine wall bearingpiers.
For further particulars inquire at the office of.
W. R, WILSON, Engineer, Penn building,
TO BUILDERS-OFFICE OF THE LIGHT
HOUSE Engineer, Fifth and Sixth Dis
tricts, Baltimore Md., October 12. 18S9. Pro
posals will be received at this office until 12
o'clock noon of FRIDAY, tho 15th day of No
vember, 1889, for furnishing the materials and
labor of all kinds necessary for the erection
and delivery of the Newport News Light
House, Hampton Roads, Virginia. Flans,
specifications, forms of proposal and other in
formation may be obtained on application to
this office. The right is reserved to reject any
or all bids, and to waive any defects. J. O
MALLERY, Captain of Engineers. V. B.
Army, Light-House Engineer, Fifth and Sixth
TO IRON MANUFACTURERS-OFFICE
of the Light-House Engineer, Fifth and
Sixth districts, Baltimore, Mi, October 12, 1SS9.
Proposals will be received at this office until
12 o'clock noon of FRIDAY, the 15th day of
November. 1889, for furnishing the materials
and labor ol all kinds necessary for the com
pletion and delivery of tbe metal work of the
Newport News Light House, Hampton Roads,
Virginia. Plans, specifications, forms of pro
posal, and other information may be obtained
on application to this office. The right is re
served to reject any or all bids, and to waive
any defects. J. C. MALLERY, Captain of En
gineers, U. 8. Army, Light-House Engineer,
Fifth and Sixth districts. 0C15-37-TT3
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED by the undersigned, at the Mer
chants and Manufacturers' Bank, at Detroit,
Mich., until OCTOBER 20, 18S9, at 12 o'clock
noon, for tbe purchase of 50,000 of the Baraga
Graphite Mining Company's 6 per cent first
mortgage coupon bonds, in sums of $500 and
upward, reserving the right to reject any or
all bids. The property consists of SS0 acres of
laud in Baraga county, llich., with a vein of
graphite or black lead 170 feet in thickness now
workUn;, and a personal guarantee given by a
good party if roquired.
Further information given on inquiring of
Fred Carlisle, 51 Campan Bnilding, Detroit
Mich. F. CARLISLE & CO.
CITY CLERK'S NOTICE OF THE CITY
of Spokane Falls, W. T. To all whom it
may concern: Notice is hereby given that
sealed proposals for the furnishing: and laying
in the city of Spokane Falls, WVT.,' a twelve
(12) inch water main, length approximately
when laid three thousand seven hundred and
eighty (3,780) feet; also to furnish and lay a six
(6)- inch water main, length approximately
when laid one thousand eight hundred and
fifty ILS50) feet: also furnish and lay one
hnndred and sixty feet of fonr (4) inch pipe
far hydrants, will be received by meat the
time or the meeting of tbe City Council on
WEDNESDAY EVENING, November 6, 18S9,
and not later than 8:30 o'clock ot said day;
specifications for above furnishing and laying
of water malnj can be examined in the office of
(-the Pittsburg Dispatch. Ail bids must be
securely seaiea, ana inaorsea on ine envelope
substantially, sealed proposals for tbe furnish
ing and laying of water mains in tbe city of
Spokane Falls, W. T., and also accompanied by
a certified check of five hundred ($500) dollars
as a guarantee of good faith. The Council re
serves the right to reject any or all bids.
J. J. WHITE, City Clerk.
SPOKAUE FAXLS.W ASn.TER,Octobr 8, 1889.
NEARING THE END, ONLY THREE DAYS
IN WHICH TO 8EE THE LARGE SHOW
AND HEAR THE GREAT
THIRTEENTH REGIMENT BAND."
J. M. HILL'S
A POSSIBLE CASE COMPANY.
Oct 2L Oliver Doud Byron. ocl4-23-MTTr
pRAND OPERA HOUSE
To-night RUDOLPH ARONSON Comic Opera
Oct 2L Little Lord Fauntleroy. ocl4-16
GRAND OPERA HOUSE EXTRA
NEXT UTTLELORD NEXT
WEEK, FAUNTLEROY, WEEK,
With the original New York Company. Prices:
Parquet and first 3 rows parquet circle, tl SO;
balance, SI. Dress circle, 3 rows, 75c; balance,
60a Gallery, 25a ocl-43
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. oc!3-31
SABRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
light, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and
BIG SPECIALTY SHOW. ocl3
ft A. BALPH,
41 Seventh arenne, "
Telephone VM. '-, seo86-XTS .
"ElOR 8AL1S- '
On Liberty, near Eleyenth street
HENRY A. WEAVER & CO.
NEW ELECTRIC HUAD
Being constructed la Oakland runs by
the end of
and will carry passengers directly from
the square to, tbe city via Pittsburg
Traction road for S CENTS. We offer
for sale in this square for $5,500 to $7,509
(which includes all improveiaent5,street
or otherwise), elegant new two-story
and mansard 8 and 9 room brict dwell
ing, with balls, bath, laundry, stationary
tubs, cemented cellar, range, fine chan
deliers, both gases, handsome slate
mantels, with tile hearths, also tile ves
tibule, bay windows, French plate glass,
electric lighting apparatus, front and
rear porches, etc.; largo lot (giving
front, side andrearvard),facinc: asphalt
paved and sewered street 120 feet in
width with park in center; magnificent
view, perfect drainage, high and healthy
locationThese dwellings arebeingbnilt
by day work. TERMS-SMALli CASH
PAYMENT DOWN, BALANCE COO
PER YEAR. See and be convinced.
SAM'L W. BLACK & CO.,
99 FOURTH AVENUE-
J. H. BORLAND, Auctioneer.
Important to the public The stock of a
large drygoods Importing house, over $156,000
worth-of foreign and domestic drygoods, car
pets, rugs, druggets, etc-, eta, by auction, at
J. H. BORLAND'S
Large and Spacious Commission Rooms,
NOS. 723 and 725 LIBERTY STREET,
at the bead of Wood street, opposite the Ar
buckle block, commencing
MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1&S8.
Sales will commence daily at 10 A. at, 2 P. st
and 7:20 P. at, 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 Cloakings, Broche,.
India Kashmyr, Real Camels' Hair, French
and American Velvet Reversible and other
fasbionable and desirable Shawls. Tambour,
Brussels, Nottingham, Madras, and Antique
Lace Curtains, Portieres, eta, etc,
In great variety, such as Black and Colored
Silka, 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 SiDr Plush Saltings 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, eta, , Bleached and Un
bleached Cottons from one to three yards wide,
a large assortment of Ladies. Gents and Chil
dren's Hosiery, "Underwear, eta English and
American Blankets "of the finest makes."
Flannels, Marseilles. French Reversibles,
Turkish and other Choice Quilts, together with
a. large and elegant assortment of Carpets.
Turkish, Oriental, Smyrna. Crossiey's Velvet
and other rich' and rare Rugs, Druggets, eta,
eta, with an immense variety of other goods
too numerous to mention.
This is without exception the largest sale of
Fine Drygoods, Carpets and Rugs everoffered
In Pittsburg, and is well worthy the attention
of tbe public generally. Tbe entire stock
mnst ba sold regardless of cost or 'price in
order to make a prompt settlement with the
All goods sold at this sale positively guar
anteed and warranted as represented.
Special accommodations provided for ladies.
RY HENRY AUCTION CO., LIM. AUC
TTfiV iTa-Av Ann fnmlHiM Anil
FRIDAY MORNING, October IS, at So. 3li
Market st, 10 sharp. Chamber suits, side
boards, bail racks, bookcases, bedsteads, wash
stands, leather chairs and conches, pillows and
bolsters, rugs, curtains, brnssels and Ingrain
carpets, Turkish rugs, mattress springs, desks,
bookcases, extension, centerand kitchen tables,
folding beds, wardrobes, chiffoniers, parlor
suits in Litest styles, colors and materials,
clocks, lamps, pictures, eta Peremptory and
positive sale. Conic and examine goods before
sale. HENRY AUCTION CO.. LLM-,
ADJOURNED SALE DESIRABLE
Pittsburg properties at auction, on
THURSDAY, October 17, at 3 o'clock P. at on
the premises on Short Liberty or Ltgo
nier street Sixteenth ward, near Thirty
fourth street and Howard Public School
house. Lot 00x100 feet with two 2-story
bricks, five 2-story frames and one frame
cottage house thereon. The attention of capi
talists is invited. For fall Information apply
to L M. PENNOUK & SON, 105 Fourth ava,or
A J-PENTECOST, Auctioneer. 413 Grant st
ADJOURNED 8 A. LB DESIRABLE
Pittsburg properties at Auction, on
THURSDAY, October 17, at 2 o'clock P. at, on
tbe premises, on the comer of Thirty-fifth and
Butler streets. Fifteenth ward; lot 96 ft on
Butler st. 240 ft. on Thirty-fifth stand 79 ft- on
houses; efigibly situated for business purposes-
or dwellings: now a good paying investment;
can ba improved to great advantage. For full
information apply to I. M. PENNOCK SON,
105 Fourth ave., or A. J.PEMECOST. Auc
tloneer. No. 413 Grant st oc!32
SIXTH STREET, PITTSBURG.
- 1,477 STUDENTS LAST YEAR.
Classical, Scientific, Ladies' Seminary, Normal,
Musical, Elocutionary, Business College and
Shorthand aepartments. Send for new cata
logue. Correspondence with young persons de
siring a better education respectfully solicited.
JAMES CLARK WILLIAMS, A. JL. Pres't
Tbe partnership heretofore existing be
tween Adoloh Goeddel and Albert J. Manv
znann, under the firm name of Goeddel fc
Mansmann. drygoods and gents' furnishing
goods, lias this day been dissolved by mutual
consent Tbe bpsinessotthe late firm will be
settled by Albert J. Mansmann & Co., who will
continue tbe business at the old stand, No.
6125 Penn ave East End.
OC16-15 ALBERT J. MANSMANN.
David Lentz & Son. successors to Peter Tesh,
formerly of Stall No. 99, Diamond Market
Pittsburg, will open anew stall at Na 68 Alle
gheny Market, and continue running the old
stall, where their sausage can be bad at either
stands, or at
JNO. DAUB'S SONS, -
' 647 Smlthfleld st.
-oelMB- .. ,v ,. r vf s PHtrtare; Fa,
- BFFICTAL-nTISsURG. -Jtjj
-TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT tJS M
ing oi ureases Auey. irom r my aaoona mw
to McCandless street, has bees awprorrt-sy
Councils, which actios, will be final, onleda a
appeal is filed in tbe Court of Comsaes frlsa
within ten (10) days from date.
Chief of Department orPubiie WorsH.
Pittsburg. Pa.. Oct 17, 1889. oei7-T -
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TM '
JLN report of viewer on the gracting-of WaH-
ingford street from Neville street to Bartect '
street and Grazier street from Fifth aveaaa :
to Homewood avenue, has been approved ky '
councils, which action wiu be nsai, tuweju sat:
appeal Is filed in tbe Court of ComaioaPl
within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW, ,
Chief of Department of Pnblle Wstks.
PrrrsBUBO, Pa October 17, 1898. oei7-T
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THK
reports of Viewers on the gradise, pavtag
and curbing of Fifth avesoe, from Pom ave
from Hampton street to Reap street' Sai-ekeea
approved by Councils, wbiefc aetioe will be
final, unless an appeal is tiled 1b the Coast ot
Common Pleas within tea (10) oays frew a4.
Chief of Department of Public Worfe."
PrrrSBORG, Pa., October 17. 18ecV oelff-ar
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TM'
report of Viewers on tho damages Wjsgf
by. the grading of Grazier1 street, em 'MMk
avenue to Homewood avenue, has bees a-
Tirnved bv CnnnHTa mhfoh attnn will 1m 'Asm
unless an appeal is filed in the Cearr of Csw-''
moa fieas witnin tea iiui oays irem ansa, r
Chief of Department or'Pabtte Wefts. "
PrrrsBcco. Pa Octoberrr. lew. eenwr -'5
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIYEN THAT'
Bureau of Health of tfeecttro' J
burg has this day established aad jMSjusd,
and does hereby designate the font of Sevea-
teentn (uj street, intae cktoi jc-msj
the AUeehenV river, and Clark's du
immediately above tbe north esd of the 1
Tenth street bridge, in ttcirvof Prsta
dn the Monongahela river, as thepiaaeei
araio oe received ana deposited, toes
of all privies as they shall from tteae te 1
cieanea ana emptied, and au otsereH
substances found upon the public highti
Superintendent of the Bureau of HeaMk.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THATJMIftt :
JL1 reports or viewers on the oi
Omaha street from Bigham street to Munisnj V
street; Emily street from Craft a'
naitet street: Felicia alley, tres
street to the city line: Zenith aHey.
Felicia allev to Formosa aBev. and Km
from Felicia alley to Formosa aUey. have
final unless an appeal is filed la the Cats mt rM
Common Pleas within ten (10) days f njsBjta-- -
.ci. JI. S1UB
Chief of Department of Pubhe
rcresBUBO,. jta., vctooer 11, iear.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAXI
Xi reports of viewers on tbe constw
sewers on flleyran street, from crews
j-iouisa ana .Dates sireeia 10 juoaissk s
Carey alley, from South Twecty-B
Liberty avenue to the Allscheay tirtr, :
Fifth avenue, from Ambersoa awiii M i
point west 01 .uorebead's lase.aTei
proved by Councils, which actio wbH
unless an appeal is filed la the Ceart 4
nion jrieas, wiuun ten uujaays iron 1
Chief of Department of PaMtc Wets. J !
PiTTSBUBO, Pa., October 17, Vm. "v.
XI. opening of EvaliBB street; Ire
avenue to Breed's Hill street
Section 1 Be it ordained aad
city of Pittsburg-, in Select aad
ciis assembled, and it is hereby
enacted by the authority of the as
Chief of the Department of Pubtie
and is hereby authorized aad directed to'
to oe surveyed ana opened wrtnia w
tne oate 01 ine passage or tnisora
linn street from Liberty avenue to
street, at a wiatn 01 au ieec ib ac
an ordinance locating the sarae,
vemberli 1886. and September 27.
ages caused thereby and the beneSts to
same to oe assessed and collected
with tbe provisions of an act ot
the Commonwealth of PeaBsylvaaav
"An act relating to streets ana sw
of the second class," approved the
may, a. u. uea.
A N OBDINANCE-AUTHOl
J- coBs-truction of a sewer
avenue, from the crown of street 1
street to Everett stree -Section
1 Be it ordaraed aad
city orprittsburg, la seleet and (
ciis asemoied, and it is sereey o
acted by tbe authority of the
Chief of the Department of PabHe
auu 13 ueroujr autuuiueu asv, uirMSVtia
veruse in accuruaace wish sue i
sembl v of the Commonwealth ofvPe
and the ordinances of tho said city eC
relating tnereio ana regtuattBfftaei
Tjror-osals forthe coastrnetioB of a ac
15 inches In diameter on Fraaketewa
from the crown of said avenue west
street to a connection with a sewer ea 1
Everett street the contract therefor
In tbe manner directed by the Sft4d
AssemDiy ana ordinance, xne eea
pense of the same to be assessed. aa
in accordance with the provisloas
Assembly of the Commonwealth a
vania. entitled "An act relatine to
sewers in cities of the second cians," 1
tne lotn aay 01 May, a. jj. isbw.
A N ORDINANCE-AUTHOKIZWO:
VA construction of a sewer oa Ceraeca
from line of Jones' property" te Maori M
sewer. . '
Section 1 Be it ordained and esn-xs-t I
city of S ittsbure. in Select and I
cils assembled, and it is hereby
enacted or tne authority 01 toe saax
Chief of tba Department of PabHe
and is hereby authorized and diree
Vertise in accordance with the acts otJ
of the Commonwealth of Fennsy
ordinances of the said city of P
ine thereto, and recuIatlEg the
posals for the construction of a pipe'
incnes in diameter on voraec
line of Jones' Drosertr to
tion with a sewer oa Maurtoe
the contract therefor to be let
minnM1 rilrptArt lwr th said aAa ATA
and ordinances. The cost aad exaeaaea
same to oe assessed asdeoueefeawa
ance with tbe provisions of an aet a.
of the Commonwealth of PeBBsyivaatat
n act relating 10 streets ana sewers '
01 the second class," approved tne
May. A. D-. 188R
VTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-8S
Jiroposais wiii bo reeetvea at M
ontrolier until MONDAY. the
October. A. D. 1S88. at 2 P. ac f er 1
juurtiana si, irom jrenaare. te Aeay st,r
tnen pipe. .
Bayard st, from BfdweU st, te No rase
15-inch niDe. 'J.
Center are., from Crahr st te
and 20-Inch pipe. c '-$
mignonette stirosa negley are.' to.
st-rio and 10-mcn pice. .
Harvard st,Irom Negleyave. DeMasMJ
Howard alley and Tbmy-fosrMl St.
feetnortheastof Thirty-fourth st to
with a sewer on Thirty-fourth st at
Spring alley, from Twenty-first at to
HCCDDU Bk.:X(-lUU2 UIU&
Mulberry alley, from Sixteenth st to
Fourth ave., from Grant st te Caersy,
Flans and srtecIfioatloBS pan na
blanks for bidding' can be obtained
Each proposal must be aeeosBael br
bond, probated before the Mayer or City OsMKf
The Department of Awards reaerres'llM
right to reject any or an bids. v
JU M. J51UELUW,
oclQ-19 Chief of Dept of PnaHe Wajl
Piney Woods HoteLt
Season opens December 4. 1S88.
t M. A. BOWER.
For circulars, rates, eta, addrons r, i
Txnr T TtAVTlra u.,. ti ,ss.Ti
or F. A, BUDLOiJG, Windsor Hotel X.T.I
SIXTH AVENUE DYE WORK4Vf
I. MAY sous & m
And general renovators ot textile
dies' and gentlemen's soiled oar faded j
neatlv cleaned or restored te ester.
of every description carefully attended tsw
M. MAY SONS & Coil
J611-TT3 68 SIXTH AVE,. Pitiobpife )
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Telephone Nc 812.
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