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THIS PITTSBURG DISPATCH, FKIDAY, OCTOBER 18, c 1889. ,
TneKomination of the Prohibitionists
Lale but Welcome.
A SHORT AKD SHARP CAMPAIGN.
The Candidate Will Stump at Once in the
Canse of Temperance.
A LIGHTER TOTE THAN LAST EXPECTED
The Prohibition convention at Harrisburg
having chosen J.' B. Johnston, treasurer of
the Pittsburg Oil Exchange, as the candi
date for State Treasurer in the fall election,
he lias received a letter of notification from
John A. HcConnell, chairman of the com
mittee. In it the chairman says the notifi
cation was delayed somewhat, which he ex
cuses by saying the committee deemed it
.wise to make the campaign short and sharp.
The letter of acceptance of Mr. Johnston,
which is somewhat brief, but pointed, was
given to the public last night and is as fol
lows: Pittsburg, Pa., October 17, 1S89.
To John A. McCounell and Others of the Commit
tee: Gentlemen In reply to your notification
of mv nomination to tee office of State Treas
urer by the Prohibition party, I take this op
portunity to express to your committee and
through the committee to the Prohibitionists
of Pennsylvania my gratitude and sincere
thanks for the honor conferred in choosing me
as their standard bearer in the coming cam
paign. In replying to the nomination thus tendered
permit me to reaffirm my adherence to the
principles of the prohibition party, believing
them to be right, and being right, believing they
In the progress of civilization and the devel
opment 01 aavancea ana iioerai innns 01 gov
ernment, whereby the people are accorded the
greatest possible l.bertics consistent with safe
ty, questions of vital importance arise, and
thicu must of necessity be solved.
The suppression of the liquor traffic evil
being a question of great pruminenco before
tbe people of this State and nation at tne present
time, affecting, as it does, all social, political and
moral reforms, demands at tbe hands of the
lan-making power, the people, careful consid
eration as to the best means to secure the same.
Our system of covernment Is wrought out
through political organizations or names, which
adopt and advocate certain methods for the
settlement of pending questions requiring gov
ernmental solution, such as the suppression of
tbe liquor traffic.
Three political parties exist in Pennsylvania,
and submit in their platforms methods which,
if successful in securing through the ballot box
the control of State government, they will put
in force for the settlement of all pending ques
tions. It will scarcely be denied by any think
ing person that the most pressing question for
practical solution at the present time is that of
the suppression of tbe drink traffic
The Democratic party defends the liquor
traffic by its opposition to prohibitory, which it
calls sumptuary, laws, and favors its perpetua
tion by license laws. The Republican party in
the past had no policy for or against the liquor
traffic until by official declaration at its recent
State Convention it declared that it "heartily
indorsed the Brooks hied license law." thereby
adopting as its method for the suppression of
the liquor traffic restricted legalization by high
license laws, thus repudiating prohibition as a
means for tbe correction of the evils arising
Tbe Prohibition party was organized and ex
ists for tbe purpose of securing the suppression
of the liquor traffic by prohibitory enactments.
It repudiates any policy or plan that tends to
legalize or license the same. At tbe same time
It takes hold of other political questions, such
as tbe protection of tbe Sabbath, trusts, labor
problems, foreign emigration, etc., and clearly
defines its policy toward the same, as a reading
of its declaration of principles will disclose;and
being a party of sobriety is more eminently
fitted for bandbng the affairs or the Govern
ment, as sobriety in public officials, as in indi
viduals, is always advisable
It may be said" by some earnest conscientious
persons who desire the abolition of tbe drink
traffic that it is not properly a question for
political solution, and should be left with mor
alists rather than with statesmen to solve.
Webster defines politics to be "tbe science of
government, that part of ethics which has to do
with tbe regulation and government of a State
or nation, tbe preservation of its safety, peace
and prosperity, the defense of its existence and
rights against loreign control and conquest,
the augmentation of its strength and resources,
and tbe protection of its citizens in their rights,
with the preservation and Improvement of their
morals." This clearly indicates that any ques
tion affecting the people in their moral or ma
terial rights as does the suppression of the
liquor traffic, is a proper one for political a cita
tion and political action, and, therefore, most
certainly proper as a basis of principles on
which to establish political parties. .
The nominee. In becoming the candidate,
loses his individuality, and as such I accept
the nomination so generously tendered.
Again thanking the Prohibitionists of Penn
sylvania for the honor thus conferred, I re
mam Very truly yours,
James R. Johnston.
Mr. Johnston starts out to-day on the
stump and will proceed to make as many
converts as possible to the cause of cold
water before the snow flies. The recent di
vision on making temperance a 'political
issue in the ranks of the W. C. T. TJ., in the
opinion of temperance leaders, indicates
that the next vote will be much smaller
than the last one.
SMALL TALUAELES MISSED.
A Juvenile Depredator Arrested In City nail
The women who work at scrubbing and
cleaning the ofiices in the City Hall have.
for several weeks, been missing articles of
jewelry, money and handkerchiefs from
their wraps, which they had in a closet on
the third floor. Yesterday one of the ele
vator men saw a girl of about 14 vears en
tering the closet He took her to Inspector
McAleese's office, where there were found
in her pocket a breastpin and silk handker
chief which had been stolen from two of the
women. The girl gave her name as Ella
Dott and her home as Ingram station. She
was taken to the Centra station and there
held lor about two hours, when the In
spector released her. She said that her
mother sent her to town to beg, and she
promised to go home.
THE 2EW FIRE TKUCK.
After Much Delay the Gillespie Track Ar
rives It Is a Rlcdcl Machine.
The new Gillespie ladder truck, to be
placed in Engine House Xo. 3, will be re
moved from the car to the house to-day.
Chicl Brown took a look at the truck yes
terday, but he said that he would not give
his opinion of it until he saw it in operation.
He expects, however, that the apparatus
will prove to be a very great improvement
over anything of its kind which the city
owns. Its short length, lightness and capa
bility of being elevated at various angles
and in quick time, are its chief recommen
dations. " Complaint From Pede.lrlnns.
Considerable complaint is made bv
pedestrians by the obstruction of the side
walk at the corner of "Wood street and
Sixth avenue, where tbe new German
National Back is being erected. Both
streets at the corner are covered with build
Requires courage, but imitators have the
qualities of a burglar without his courage.
Johann Hoflf's Malt Extract is so popular
that it has been imitated. See that the
signature of "Johann Hoff" is on the neck
of every bottle. Eisner & Mendelson Co.,
s'olelgents, 6 Barclay street, New York.
Tbey Won't Fade.
Yeager & Co.'s cabinets for 75c per doz.
"Bring the children, rain or shine. No. 70
JFeaJeral street, Allegheny.
B p , B. B.
Special department for the large assort
ment ot Paris robes (adjoining tbe dress
trimming department) S10 to $75 but the
choice bargains from $14 to $25. Eaeh
bring the buyers. Boogs & Buhl.
Time is the true test. F. & V.'s Pilsner
beer grows daily in popularity.
Bbt Tobt Silverware
At Haucu's, No. 29 Fifth aye., and saTe
20 per cent Established 1853. TVTSrt
KOTHING LIKE STEEL.
Tb Boiler Maker Officially Fin Their
Faith to Steel They Sny1t Beat Iron
Hollow A Report of Singular Interest.
Yesterday's session of the boiler makers
was taken up in hearing reports and in dis
cussing items of interest to the trade. The
first business was to hear a report on man
holes and manheads. The first report
recommended that all manhole openings be
made in the form of heads ot boilers 10x16
inches in size. For drums and fronts of
tubular boilers an opening of 9x15 was sug
gested. Mr. Bynal advocated uniform
manholes and handholes for the entire
Various theories as to the weak and strong
points ot shells, heads, reinforcements, etc.,
were advanced at length. The committee
was continued to hand in a further report
at the next meeting.
The Ccmmittfe on Materials and Tests
here introduced a supplementary report of
the utmost importance to steel and iron man
ufacturers. The report was the subject of a
long discussion at the afternoon session.
The following is the report:
Your Committee on Materials and Tests, to
which had been added Mr. Leonard, of Ontario,
and Mr. Cahall, of Ohio, met yesterday after
noon to consider the claims of iron as a mate
rial for boiler construction. Wo had the bene
fit of the experience and advice of an expert
boiler iron manufacturer. After duly weighing
all statements and arguments by the advocates
of iron we can only adhere to our original de
cision, that iron as a material for general boiler
construction is out of date.
While in the standard of steel" recom
mended by us and adopted unanimously by the
convention, we limited ourselves to require
ments and tests which any good steel mill can
comply with In its c eryday product, and with
in a range of cost making it practical and possi
ble for every maker of safe and honest boilers
to use it in bis regular line of trade; and while
still better material can be furnished for
special requirements by the steel mills; it ap
pears that the best possible "boiler iron" of to
day, while undoubtedly better than tbe best
brands ot 10 or 20 j ears ago, cannot reach tne
moderate limits of tensile strength and ductil
ity established for the A.B.M. A. brand of
Doner steel, ana mzi tne moaeru, anu prac
tically universal shape of test section, adopted
by this convention, cannot bo conceded by the
iron men, so that as a compromise between the
modern "eight-inch" section and the antiquated
"groove!' section your committee conceded a
"two-inch" section for iron.
It appears, however, that for certain locali
ties where either necessity or prejudice com
pels tbe use of impure feed waters, without
previous purification by any of the well-known
mechanical or chemical means of modern good
practice, boiler manufacturers are obliged to
use iron in place of steel boilers, or at least in
certain parts of the same. And it is known,
moreover, that the slags or impurities of iron
resist corrosion better than Iron itself. .
We therefore recommend that the brand A
H. M. A, with the addition of the word "Iron,"
may be granted to manufacturers of boiler iron
whose product will come up to the following re
quirements: Tensile strength, 52.000 to 62.000
pounds per square inch; elongation not less
than 20 per cent; test Dieces two inches in
length between fillets, cut both lengthwise and
crosswise of tbe sheet; tbe iron to show no
laminations, but to be homogeneous through
out. On fracture it must show only one quality
of texture across the entire break.
E. D. Meier, Chairman;
. R Hammond,
EC J. Haetlet,
F. E. Leonard,
FODE ELECTIilC COMPANIES.
Gossip on the Sale or the Brash to the
S. A. Duncan, General Agent of the
Allegheny County Light Company, stated
yesterday that the published sale oi the
Brush Electric Company, to the Thomson
Houston Company wonld have no effect on
Pittsburg electric light interests.
The consolidation of tbe Brush and
Thomson-Houston Companies, leave but
lour large arc light companies in the busi
ness in the United States. They are tbe
Westinghouse, of this city, the Thomson-Houston,
the Schnyler and" the
Western Electric, of Chicago. Their
combined capital aggregates about
$18,000,000 or $19,000,000. The cause of
the latest combination was to prevent inju
rious competition. The Edison Company
do not run arc lights.
A VERY BUST Pi. ACE.
Some Interesting; Reasons GWen for nn Ex
tremely Good Showing.
Prosperity is a pleasant subject, particu
larly so when it is the result of consistent
hard work, energy and study to succeed.
No more bustling spot can be found than
the handsome double stores of Messrs.
Douglass & Mackie, 151 and 163 Federal
street, Allegheny. Although it is only a
year since this firm occupied its present
commodious quarters, their business has
nearly trebled, and before long they must
secure larger space for its proper accommo
dation. The reason for this gratifying prosperity
lies in the rules adopted by the firm, viz:
to obtain lines of goods such as purchasers
are always glad to secure, and then to make
the prices so attractive as to draw econom
ical buyers to them.
The first floor of the building is stocked
with full lines of dress goods, embracing all
standards and novelties ot domestic or Eu
ropean manufacture, from the lowest priced
fabrics to the highest values in silks; with
gents', ladies', misses' and children's under
wear; with hosiery, gloves, all sorts of dress
trimmings, notions, etc.," etc; blankets,
quilts, comforts and spreads; everything at
astonishingly low prices for such honest
The second floor is devoted mainly to
wraps and sacques. Erom sealskins down,
there are hundreds of styles and patterns,
all new, fresh, correct in mode, artistically
shaped, and the best materials. There is no
better assortment of wraps for ladies',
misses and children in the city. Curtains
portieres and muslin underwear, fill the re
maining space on the second floor.
In the basement and the third-story the
reserve stock is kept, and in extent it is'verv
large. But space fails to tell all there is to
say in praise ot these excellent stores. By
all means visit them.
Slellor Si Hoene.
"We can furnish you with the best pianos
and organs made, and can give you the best
and easiest terms of payment. We have
been established since 1831 (nearly 60
years), and, being the oldest music firm in
the city, we have had more experience than
any other house.
Pianos. Hardman, Krakauer, Harring
ton. Organs: Palace, Chase, Chicago Cot
tage. Persons buying from us can be satisfied
they are getting the full worth of their
money, as the pianos and organs we sell
are the best made in the United States.
Send for circulars and full particulars ot
our easy payment plan.
llELLOB & HOENE,
irwFSSu 77 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg.
Probably no game this season has created
a mora widespread interest than that be
tweea the Chicago club and the Allegheny
club, now in full swing at Fleishman &
Co.'s store, Market st. The perfect play on
the part of the Allegheny club gives great
satisfaction to the onlookers. The Ditcher
ot the Chicago club pitched a very good
game, showing good speed and good curves.
The pitchers of both clubs fieldedsplendidly.
Every baseball player should see this game,
as it is a novelty in the field of sports. "Lili
putian players, liliputian bats, liliputian
balls. In tact this is a wonderful reproduc
tion in miniaturejof a game of baseball,
played by a set of imported German dolls,
costumed to represent these two popular
clubs, with an elegantly dressed assemblage
of lady and gentleman dolls as observers.
Everything is complete, even to the mascots
and little boys straddling the fences to see
ist the thing for silver wedding presents.
Henry Terheyden's, 530 Smithfield st
THE COMMON CAUSE.
The 'Engineers and Boiler Makers'
Interests Are Identical.
A PLEASANT MEETING LAST NIGHT.
Tbe Engineers Dare Indorsed the Boiler
Makers' Trade Mark.
A UNION OFFENSIVE AND DEFENBIYE
Last evening the National Association of
Stationary Engineers, Lodge No. 5, Alle-
gheny, entertained several of the boiler
manufacturers now in this city. The social
meeting took place in the rooms of the N.
A. S. E. at No. 19 Federal street, which
were gaily adorned with draped flags and
other decorations. President M. B. Scott oc
cupied the chair, and was supported by A.
G. Carley, Secretary and State Deputy.
The attendance of lodge members was large
and added -much, both to the beauty and en
joyment of the occasion. About a score of
the boiler makers put in an appearance.
After a few opening words from the
Chairman, Colonel Meier, a prominent St.
Louis manufacturer, was called on to ad
dress the meeting. He complimented the
lodge on the handsome decoration of its
hall, and referred in brief terms to the
Manufacturers' convention, which, he said,
bad come to several resolutions highly im
portant to engineers. Some of the news
papers, he said, had made a pother over
this convention, alleging that its object was
to whoop up prices. This was a great mis
take. The object was to improve the ma
terial and workmanship of boilers
and to create a uniform standard of ex
cellence. Henceforward the manufacturers
had resolved to place the trade mark, "A.
B. M. A.," npon every sheet used in their
works. Let the engineers see that that
trade mark was on every sheet in their
boilers, as its absence might mean danger
to users of steam power.
A fact which manufacturers and engi
neers agreed in condemning was that coun
try employers were in the habit of hiring
non-licensed engineers. This was a crying
shame, and it should be remedied by a stern r
State inspection law.
Mr. D. Ashworth, member of the lodge,
replied forcibly, and coincided with the re
marks of Colonel Meier. He enlarged npon
the fact that it was minute flaws in boilers,
which caused boiler explosions.
A.'H. Beynel,M. E. Superintendent of the
Bichmond Locomotive and Machine Works,
was then introduced. He said that since the
stationary engineers and the manufacturers
had so many interests in common, they
shouldiform an offensive and defensive
league, to resist the employment of non
licensed engineers on the one hand, and to
promote the use of the trade-marked boilers
on the other.
Chairman of Convention Lappan said that
this meeting was an informal indorsement
of Mr. Beynel's suggestion. The conven
tion had come to that conclusion during
their last session, and although no regular
league had been established, the meeting
would recognize in future that there was a
thorough understanding between the manu
facturers and the stationary engineers.
Tbe formal character of the meeting then
relaxed, and the proceedings wound np with
social conversation and discussion.
It is very important In this age of vast ma
terial progress that a remedy be pleasing to tbe
taste and to the eye, easily taken, acceptable
to tbe stomach and healthy in its nature and
effects. Possessing these qualities. Syrup of
Figs is the one perfect laxative and most gentle
The HIen' Overcoat
We offer at 510 and 512 for to-day's sale ex
ceed in value anything ever seen in Pitts
burg for double the money. They are fine
Meltons and Kerseys, imported Vicunas and
Venetians. Many of them are silk lined,
some silk faced, with satin sleeve linings.
They were marked 520, 522 and 525. They
include fall overcoats, top coats, box coats,
winter coats and ulsters. We have divided
'em into two bargain lots at 510 and 512 for
to-day and to-morrow. P. C. C. C.,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
A Light In the Window.
There's a light (overcoat) in the window
for you at Sailor's, Sixth and Liberty streets.
It is a beauty, and will make the ugliest
man in the two cities look like a section of a
fashion elate. Sailor is making a special
drive on this line of goods, and the sales of
the past week show that his efforts are ap
preciated by the people. The usually big
trade is being doneinBrokawBro.'s famous
clothing garments that for utility and
cheapness cannot be surpassed. wr
Finger rings, set and plain,
As wall as quite a lot of odds and ends suit
able for such occasions, at Henry Terhey
den's, 530 Smithfield st. mwp
75c. 13 More Days. 75c.
Only 13 more days for 75c per doz.
cabinets at Yeager & Co.'s Gallery, 70
Federal street, Allegheny. Come early,
rain or shine.
B. cto B.
Entire second floors of our four stores,
Nos. 115, 117, 119 and 121, are devoted
this season to sale of ladies', misses' and
children's wraps best goods at prices
that will pay you to consult
Boggs & Buhl.
Banerleln Brewing Co.,
Bennetts, Pa. Telephone 1,018.
Opposite Forty-third st, Pittsburg, Pa.
Extra standard Wiener and Kulmbacher
lager beer. Families and the trade supplied
in bottles, quarts or pints, or in the wood.
Another Good DInn Gone Wrong
By not using coaline headache powders
when tbev are guaranteed by druggists to
stop headache arising from any cause.
F. & V.'s Pittsburg beer pleases better,
every time. Can't be excelled.
Fine watches a specialty, low prices a
certainty, at Hauch's, No. 295 Fifth ave.
75c. The Fabltc Delichted 75c.
With Yeager & Co.'s 75c per doz. cabinet
photos, at 70 Federal street, Allegheny.
Bring the little ones.
The applique robes or dress patterns, at
55 each, are worth attention.
Boggs & BtJHL.
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
iM there will be a special meeting of tbe
stockholders of the Sewickley Dairy Company
on THURSDAY, November 21,1659, at 3 P.M.,
at the parlors of the St. Charles Hotel, for the
purpose of "voting for or against a proposed de
velopment of tbe company's property for gas
and oil. O. P. COCHRAN, Secretary.
Pittsburg, October 18, 1SS9.
ESTATE OF JOS. MARTIN, SR., DE
CEASED Notice is hereby given that
letters testamentary on the estate of Jos. Mar
tin, Br., have been granted to the undersigned,
to whom all persons indebted to said estate aro
requested to make immediate payment, and
those having claims against the same should
make them Known wltbont delay.
MARY PHILOMENA BUERKLE,
pclS-56 81 Pike St., Allegheny. Pa.
12SK THIRD AVE., UPSTAIR&
Gents' shoes soled and heeled in 15 minutes
for 75 cents.
Finest work in the city. auZWOK-'vnr
tSTlHsplay advertisement one dollar per
square or one insertion. .Classified advertise
ment on this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, etc, ten cents per line or each inser
tion, and none taken or less Ihanflfty 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 advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts With THX DIS
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, SSuB Butler street.
EMU, G. STUCKEY, 24th street and Penn ave.
E. G .-STUCKEY A CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton JL
N. 8TOB.ELY. Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. TV. WALLACE, 6121 Fenn avenue.
MCALLISTER A SHEIBLEK, th av. A AtWOOd St.
JACOB SPURN. No. I Carson street
H. A. DONALDbON, 1707 Carson street
A. J. KAEKCHElt, 59 Federal street. ,
H. J. McBHIDE, Market House, Allegheny.
FREDH. EGGEK& 172 Ohio street.
F. B. EGGEltS A BON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENBY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
FEKKYM. GLEIM. Kebeccaand Allegheny aves.
W. W. FLOCKEB. Stationer, No. 4 Grant ave.
TTTANTED-ONE OR TWO BOOK COMPOSI
W TORS. Apply early to BEST A CO., 207
Wood street. . ocl8-7S
WANTED-SLX CARPENTERS AT CORNER
Fourth ave. and Wood st. Immediately.
BOOTH 4 FLINN. ools-76
T7-A1TED-EXPERIENCED FUR SEWERS.
V Apply between 9 and 10 A. M. or 5 and 6 F.
M. C. A. SMILEY A CO. OC18-91
WAKTEO IMMEDIATELY, TWO TIN
roofers and Jobbers at JOHN MCGABVEY'S,
T2 Taggartst., Allegheny. ocl8-12
WANTED-THREE GOOD TINNERS. IN
QUUtE O. -J. AMMON. M Shlloh St.. Mt.
Washington, Sonthslde, city. ocl8-68
WANTED-A GOOD BAKBEK OR BOY OF
some experience at once. WM. PETSING
ER, cor. Wood and Fifth ave. oclS-93
"TXrANTED-BOY TO LEARN THE BARBER
VT trade: one with experience preferred. D.
W. BIGGINS, 1S66 Second ave. 0C18-84
WANTED-QROCEKY CLERK: ONE WHO
can drive and has experience and reference.
Address N. B. T., Dispatch office. oclS-M
WANTED-TWO RELIABLE SALESMEN
to sell goods In any part of the two cities.
Call at 49 WATER ST., second floor. oclS-11
WANTED ONE HUNDRED LABORERS
and twenty-live caulkers. Apply to OTT
BROS., Boyd's Hill, head of Shingles st. OC17-100
WANfED-A FIRST CLASS COAT MAKER:
first class prices paid to the proper party.
Address REI3 & GADIMS, Unlontown, Pa.
WANTED-TIN ROOFERS-TO WORK ON
the Lockhart row, on Dinwiddle street.
SQUIRES HARDWARE CO., L1M., (200 Penn
WANTED YOUNO MAN FOB OFFICE
work: answer stating age, reference and
salary expected. Address H. B, N., Dispatch
WANTED-TWO A No. 1 SALESMEN TO
sell candy and crackers, only men or expe
rience need apply. Address DRUMMER, Dls
WANT ED-RIP SAWYER FOR BOXES:
none but experienced hands need apply.
EXCELSIOR PLANING MILL, foot of Craig
street, Allegheny, Pa. OC17-43
WANTED-AN EDUCATED GENTLEMAN
of good appearance as solicitor in a new
and pleasant business; 25 to $30 weekly. NO. 12
FEDERAL ST., Allegheny, room 21. ocl8-70
VV only first-class men. with reference: salary
and expenses, or commission. Apply at HAMIL
TON HOTEL. 4 to 6 ! M. Saturday. OC18-77
ANTED A MAN WITH PLENTY OF
talk, enerrr and Tierseverance. Annlv be
tween 9 and 10 A. M to JNO. MCKEOWN, No. 635
bmltbneld st., second floor front, city. ocls-52
ANTED-AN ACTIVE YOUNG MAN, 18 TO
SO vears of age; must be quirk at figures
and write a good hand. Apply by letter to
JOSEPH HORNE & CO., Retail Stores. oc!8-71
XTT ANTED AT ONCE A FIRST-CLASS
VV shoemaker to make new work and repair
shoemaker to make new work and repair:
e a perfectly sober man. Apply-to JOHN
HOD. 53 North Diamond, Allegheny, Pa.
-TTTANTED-GOOD PENMAN CAPABLE OF
V writing a good letter; moderate salary to
begin with and prospect of advancement and per
manent position for the right person. Address,
giving reference and experience, K. L., Dispatch
WANTED-SALESMAN TO SELL OUR
specialties to merchants: samples and case
furnished: exclusive territory: salary paid or
commission: permanent situation, with chance to
establish fine trade. MODEL LEDGER CO.,
bouth Bend, Ind. ocl6-44-MWT
WANTED-LABORERS WANTED IN NEW
Orleans 100 able-bodied men to ship as
crew; wages fSOper month and board; to reliable
men steady employment will be given. Apply to
M.N. WOOD. Coast and Latausche Line, No. 2
Canal St., ew Orleans, La. oclS-42
V1TANTED-8ALE8MEN AT 75 PER MONTH
VV 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
Bartlculars and sample case of goods free, STAN
AR1 SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass.
VV ING work and employers and all others
who may wish to employ bricklayers should regis
ter such wants, free of charge, at the headquarters
or the INDUSTRIAL MUTUAL BENEFIT AS
bOCIATlUN, 93 Fourth ave., first floor front.
Open until 9 F. M. Saturdays. ocll-80-MWrsu
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS COOK AND
VV chambermaid at 142 SHEFFIELD ST., Al
WANTED-GIRL FOR OENERAL HOUSE
WORK: family orfour. Call Room 57. EIS
NER BUILDING. Fifth aye.and Woodst. ocl8-63
WANTED-LADY AGENTS ALSO MEN
Iwo Immense new specialties; one lady
made 127 before dinner, another S16 first hour, ao
dress LITTLE & CO., Box. 443, Chicago, HI. OC18-59
WANTED-LADIES DESIRING TO RECEIVE
free sample copies of storyand fashion
papers, magaiines, etc., should send address at
once to UNION SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY. Ford
City, Pa. ocls-88
Dlnlo and Female HelD.
WANTED-50 ITALIANS. St 75 PER DAY;
child's nurse: 2 nurse girls: girls for board
ing houses: cooks, chambermaids, house girls: 2
colored. MEEHAN'S, 545 Grant st. ocU-D
TTfANTED LADY AND GENTLEMAN
tV agents for city and surrounding towns: a
household necessity; just out; no kitchen com-
Slete without It: it recommends and sells Itself,
all at MARTEOL'S, 411 Smithfield st.
WANTED-AGENTS, MALE OR FEMALE,
In all country towns, to sell photograph
albums: latest designs for fall trade Just received:
big profits and quick returns to energetic agents;
write terms, etc. UNION PUBLISHING CO.,
103 Fourth ave. se22-80-TTF8u
WANTBD-A SPECIAL TEACHEROF WRIT
ING and drawing for the Ninth ward
Ecjiool, Allegheny. Apply In person to the
members or the Board or Directors. JOS. A.
LANGFITT, Attomey-at-Law, Fourth ave., Pitts
burg, Secretary. OC18-55
VrjANTED-POSITION-BY A FIRST-CLASS
V collector; able to take hold In most any
capacttv. Address F. C. 11., Dispatch office.
WANTED-A PARTNER IN A WELL-ESTABLISHED
business, with $3,000 to S3, 000.
Address F. S., Dispatch office. ocls-99
TITANTED-PARTNEH-LADY OR QENTLE
VV MAN, with J1.0O5, for a light, good paying
business. Address W. F., Dispatch office.
TlTANTED-BOARD AND ROOM IN PB1
YV VATE family for man and wife. Address,
with price, F., Dispatch office. OC17-83
"TTTANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP-
TV KKTXi over 14. uu; per cent; no
HENRY A. WEAViR 4 CO., 92 Fourth aver
VV In large and small amounts at 4)4, 5 and 6
per cent, free of State tax: no delay. REED B.
CUYLK& CO., 131 ifourtn ave mv2l-e0
WANTED-TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
of S3, O00 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on H per cent, freeortax: also smaller
amounts at Sands per cent. BLACK & BAIRD,
95 Fourth avenue. se21-d26-D
WANTED-MORTG AGES-tL 0D0, 000TO LOAN
on olty and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
6 per cent, and on larms In Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 8 per cent. 1. M. PENNOOK7 &
SON, 105 Fourth avenue. ap7-f41
VT7-ANTED-TO LOAN 1200,000 ON MORT
W GAtxES: 100 and upward at S per cent;
(500,000 at Hi per cent on residences or business
.property: also in adjoining counties. S. H,
FRENCH. 125 Fourth avenue oea-est-n
"XTANTED--TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
VV BER3 to seenre a One gold watch for each
one In the clnb at 1 1 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX 501, and I will call and snow you the watch.
TJTANTED-HIGHEST SPOT CASH PRICES
TV paid for second-hand furniture, carpets and
honsehold goods of aU kinds. 1211 PENN AVE
n"ANTED-PERSONS TO KNOW THAT BY
VV agreeing to pay SI per week you can get
possession of fine gold or silver watches, clocks,
lewelry, diamonds, silverware, etc. J.MITSCH,
130 Federal at., Allegheny. Pa. se!2-MWTSn
ANTED THE PEOPLE TO KNOW THAT
YEAGER & CO.. 70 Federal bv, Allegheny,
will make cabinets of anybody during this month
for 75c per doz.; bring the little ones: don't miss;
N o. 70 Federal st. These cabinets will not fade.
TTTANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
VV TOGRAPHER, 98 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny everybody to
know that he Is making fine cabinets at 1 60 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous orocess. mhI3-3
TTTANTED-IBON AND GLAEB WORKERS
VV to take notice wbcre employment Is steady,
at Cochran station, and purchase cheap lots in
the Patterson Plan; cheap; on easv terms; month
ly or yearly payments. J. R. WYL1E, Agent.
Duquesne, Pa., or No. 8 Wooa street, room; 6,
1'ltUbnrg. Pa. QC12-92
FOIl SALE iaiPBOVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-MT. WASHINGTON, SOUTHERN
ave.. Thirty-second ward: frame dwelling
home. 6 rooms, good location, large grounds: a
very pleasant place for a home: price reasonable:
terms easy. SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO., 9
Fourth ave. OC9-59-10. 12, 14, 18. 18
TfOR SALE-ONLY 10 MINUTES FROM THE
U Court House a new complete brick bouse, 8
rooms, thoroughly improved, on Locust, near
Mlltenberger st. : a desirable location: price low
and terms easy. W. A. UERRON & SONS. 80
Fourth ave. ocs-51-mt
FOR SALE-LOCUST ST., BET. MAGEE AND
Chestnut sts., fine new brick dwelling 7 rooms,
bathroom, marble mantels, cemented cellar, both
gases, inside shutters: house Just finished: posses
sion at once; price S3.600; SltPOO cash, balance to
suit. ALLE3& BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
East End Residences.
FOR SALE MODERN 8-BOOMED BRICK
house, nicely located, on Margaretta St.:
handy to R. R. and cable line: price, 85.600; on
time. MELLDN BROTHERST6349 Station St.,
E. E. OC1S-130.MWT
FOR SALE 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 fail particulars. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth
aveuue. 3A-147. ocl3-74
FOR SALE MODEL OAKLAND HOUSE, AT
WOOD street, near Cable place, a iMiory
brick dwelling of Brooms, hall, laundry, front
porch; other conveniences; large lot 95x123 to an
alley. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 2D-85.
FOR bALE HANDSOME RESIDENCE, JUST
finished, late style of architecture, reception
hall, 8 rooms elegantly finished, thoroughly lm-
? roved, electric lights, cor. lot. 54x115 it., 1 square
rom Shady avenue; onlvfXOOO; terms reasonable.
W. A. UERRON X SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-J500 CASH-REMAINDER PAY
ABLE 8500 per year. Interest low on deferred
garments: neat new house, late style, well
nished and convenlenced: street Improvements
made; centrally located in Oakland, near Firth
avenue cable line. W. A. HEBRON A SONS,
0 Fourth avenue. ocl-04-TuF
FORSALE-A PRETTY HOME IN THE EAST
End; paved street, well sewered, and only a
short distance from the railroad; a Queen Anne
dwelling containing V commodious rooms, recep
tion ball, range, bath, laundry, all the latest Im
proved conveniences: large lot: L0OO cash, bal
ance to suit. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-ON COR. EDWIN AND EL WOOD
sts. ; lot 89 it. front 120 ft. deep to 20-ft. alley;
new frame honse, of 8 rooms, reception hall,
basement, laundry, good sewerage, elegant front
and side porches, good neighborhood, one square
from Hlland ave.: abt. 2 minutes' walk from
Fifth ave. cable cars: complete In every respect;
only (6,750, THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth
FOB SALE 85,000 SHADYSIDE, ONE
square from Fifth ave. cable line, on a sew
ered street, elegant, new and substantial 9-room
frame dwelling: ball, bath, Inside shutters and
w. c, slate mantels, tile hearths, sliding doors,
fine chandeliers, stationary wa6hstand, range,
etc. ; lot 32x110 feet: this Is a first-class neighbor
hood and on a through street. SAMUEL W.
BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave. OC17-81
FOR SALE-A COZY NEW SIX-ROOM FRAME
bouse Odst completed), situated In Alle
gheny; convenient to street cars and market
house; lot 23x101 feet: 82,200 on easy payments.
W. W. MCNEILL A BRO., 105 Fourth ave. OC17-6
FOR SALE-A VERY DESIRABLE RESI
DENCE, Clifton ave , Second ward, Alle
gbeny. near street cars and electric road, 8 rooms,
all, sliding doors between ball, parlor and dining
room, inside shutters, porches, front and rear,
fine mantels, nat. and art. gas, batb, inside w. c,
range and laundry, etc.: this house is well
finished and papered throughout; grounds large
and well kept, surrounded by large forest trees:
corner lot 106x130: more ground can be Tad If de
sired: price low: must be sold at once. SAMUEL
W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave. f
OC13-51-14, 16, 18, 22, 24, 26
FOR SALE AT WILKINSBURG HOUSE, 8
rooms, all modern Improvements; lot 40x132:
beautiful location. W. E. HAMNETT. 404
Smithfield street, Pittsburg, andWllklnsburg.Fa.
FORSALE-AT BELLEVUE. ON ACCOUNT
Of removal of owner; only 82,300; aneathouse
of 5 rooms: lot 40x176 feet: very conveniently and
desirably located. For full Information see W. A.
HEBRON & SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED AT
Edgewood, fine large dwelling of 15 rooms,
with one acre of ground; frnlt and ornamental
trees: everything in first-class order. For terms
see W. A. HEBRON & SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE BELLEVUE-P., Ft. W. & C. B.
R frame dwelling house 8 rooms. IX
acres ground, well Improved; stable, carriage
house, etc.: must be sold at once; owner going
away: price very low. bAM'L. W. BLACK X
CO.. 99 Fourth ave, ocll-5-Mwr
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR 8ALE-8600 FOR LAWEENCEVILLE
lots, MCCandless and Duncan streets. 20x100
each; convenlentto mills, etc. BLACK & BAIRD,
95 Fourth ave. C147 OC15-55
FOR SALE-IF YOU WANT THE FINEST
view of the city, buy a lot on Bailey ave.. In
the "Nautker Place, ," Mt. Washington: lots 50x125
each: terms to suit all. BLACK & BAIRD. 95
Fourth ate. 21-55. OC15-54-D
East End Lots.
FOR SALE-LOT ON HOMEWOOD AVE.. 21X
lfo feet: good location for store; bandy to
P. B, R.: price, t950. on easy payments. MEL
LON BROTHERS, 6349 Station St., E. E.
OK SALE5.EVEL BUILDING LOTS
frontlneast. 74x100 fL. on Homewood ave..
uue buuaia HUU1 jiujiicnuuu bmiiuu, t: A.,
terms easy. W. A. HEBRON bONS, 80 Fourth
OR SALE-ON ROUP ST., 3 MINUTES'
walk from Fifth are. cable cars; lot 40x100, to
20-ft. alley: 6ets well abore grade: sewerage
complete; on!-$2,400. THOS. LIGGETT. No. 114
Fourth are. oclS-127-MWFSSu
OR SALE-LOTS IN THE BAUM GROVE
slan. the finest location for residence In the
r.ttv; Apr.nra rnlnred man and Investigate. See
MKLLON BROS., East End, or JOHN F. BAX-
TER, Agt., 512 Smithfield st.
FOR BALE-SECURE ONE OF THOSE VERY
desirable lots for a home or Investment;
Villa Park plan: now Is the time to secure a se
lection. Colored plan from JOHNF. BAXTER,
Agent, 512 Smithfield street. , OC13-76-UWF
FOR SALE-ON BATES ST., AT FOOT Or
Oakland ave.. beautlrul lot. TOxl20, to 20-ft.
alley; about 6 minutes' walk from Fifth ave. cable
cars: elegant neighborhood: only fi, 000. THOS.
LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth ave.
FORSALE-S37 50 PER FOOT-BOULEVARD,
Thomas street, near Linden ave., lot 50x155
feet: this Is one of the most desirable lots In the
plan; street Is 90 feet wide, paved and sewered;
4 minutes' walk from Firth ave. station.
SAMUEL W. BLACK CO., 99 Fourth ave.
FOR BALE-HAZELWOOD LOTS. 500 EACH,
3 vacant lots on Kearcher ave., Twenty-third
ward, 41x145. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR 8ALE-t300 EACH FOR HAZELWOOD
lots; 13 beautifully lying lots on Blgelow, n.
bvlvan are., 25x100 feet each. BLACK & BAIRD,
95 Fourth ave. 2D-306 oclS-55
FOR SALE-LOT 148X100, LACOCK ST., NEAR
Federal St.. Allegheny, at trustee's sale by
direction of Orphans' Court. On Thursday, Oct.
24, at: 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 148 feet on the 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, one
fourth cash and balanceln three yearly payments.
A. LEU U ATE A SON, Auctioneers. ocl6-74
FOR SALE-A DESIRABLE FARM OF 100
acres nnd farm bonding. 16 miles from city,
at Glbsonla, on P. W. R. R. W. A. HERRON
& SONS. 80 Fourth avenue. oc2-39-wr
FOR BALE-FARM 8 ACRES. GOOD
buildings, near the new Arbuikle oil gusher;
great bargain: to close estate. ED. WITllSH.
410 Grant St.. Pittsburg, Pa. oclS-D
FOR SALE-FARM-TO ANY CAPITALIST,
either lady or gentleman, that wishes to buy
one of the finest Improved farms in the State of
Kentueky; price, 65,000: It contains over 700
acres, and aa 1 nave a personal knowledge of It
ana the surrounding country, 1 will give a guar
anteed, truthful statement of the lacts to any per
son wishing to Investigate, wbo la able and willing
to buy, trail be found correct. Call on or address
LEY! J. JEFFxUES,BeUevernon, Fayette Co., Fa.
FOR SALE LOTS.
J7IOR SALE-AT WILKINSBURG, ON COAL
X? St., 2 lots. 50x200 each, price 8375: cheapest
lots In Wilklnsbnrg. W. E. HAMNErr, 404
Smithfield street, Pittsburg, and Wilklnsbnrg. Fa.
FOR SALE-LOTS AT ASPINWALL STA
TION, on the West Penn B. R., adjoining
Bbarpsburg. only 7 miles from Allegheny City;
prices low; terms very easy: to those building on
Iota at once great inducements are offered. Call
for plans at W. A. HERRON & SONS', 80 Fourth
IOR SALE A DRUGSTORE: ONE OF THE
best stands In therltv? riomor frond nnsiness.
For nartlcnlara adds RHKIHlIltR. Dlsnatch
TfTOR SALE A GOOD PAYING GENERAL
X? store ata bargaint storeroom and dwelling.
For particulars address 8. P. POORBAUGH,
Glencoc, Pa. oc8-3b
FOR SALE-GROCERY STORE IN LIVE,
growing town near city: will Invoice about
8S0O: trade good, mostly cash. BALTENSPEB
GER A WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth ave. oeI7-36
FOB SALE-2 FINE BAKERIES AND CON
FECTIONERIES. In excellent locations, large
grocery store In Pittsburg, 89, 000 or Invoice, doing
yearly business of tlOO.OOO; smaller grocery stores,
8400 to 85, 0U; cigar stores, small bakeries, confec
tioneries, boarding bouses, drygoods and notion
stores, feed store, printing office and many other
business chances for males or females: free par
ticulars. SHEPARD A CO. , 54 Fifth ave. oc3
FOR SALE-A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY;
good paying builders' supplies and livery
combined with large hauling trade, will invoice
(2.000: profits past year 82,000; warehouse new;
stables and office all connected, with R. R. siding;
located in a growing center on good R. R. line
near city; must be sold on account owner's bad
health. For Information call on JAMES HOW
ARD. JR., No. Park way, MAGEE A COM
PAN Y. Allegheny City. OC17-96
FOR SALE-A VALUABLE PIECE OF DM
PROVED property in the Fonrth ward: very
cheap If sold at once. Call for full particulars at
BLACK A BAIRD'Sr 95 Fourth ave. oclS-90-D
TfTOR BALE (99) PENN AVE., E. E., BET.
X1 Hlland and Collins ave., fine business loca
tion: lot 20x145, to another street; a bargain.
SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth ave.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, dec.
FOR SALE SECOND-HAND BAROUCHE,
as good as new. Can be seen at C. WEST ft
CO.'S, Carriage Makers, 420 Dnquesne way, Pitts
burg, Pa. oclO-26
Machinery and Iflctals.
FOR BAEE-THE NEW INSTANTANEOUS
icecream freezer. Call at once at No. 1119
BINGHAM ST., Sou thside, Pittsburg, Pa.; choice
territory for sale. oclS-100
FOR SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS-NKW
and refitted: repalrlngnromptly attended to.
PORTER FOU NDRY ANDMACH1NECO..LUL,
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles kept In stock, from
4 to 1Mb. p.; all refitted: good as new, at lowest
rices; mounted portable engines, 8 to 25 b. p.
1-25 Park way. J. S. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa.
TTIOR SALE HOISTING ENGINES. NEW
X! end second hand; wire and raanilla rope, der
rick and fittings, hoisting tubs and cars, clay and
ore pans, engines, boilers and machinery.
THOMAS OABLIN'S SONS, Lacock and Sandusky
sts., Alleghenv. an5-7-arwir'
PERSONAL-MALTBY'S OYSTER DEPOT,
late 76 Fifth avenue, removed to 641 Smith
'field street; fresh oysters received dally; orders
fUled at lowest prices. J. B. HEMMBRLE, Mgr.
ERSONAL-BOOKS! BOOKS I BOOKSI
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. au3-93
PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURNED: recently they bad not been on the
best of terms owing to a little family Jar occa
sioned by tbe wife insisting on being allowed to
renovate his wearing apparel, and which, ot
coarse, was done In a bungling manner; In order
to prevent tbe trouble they agreed to send all
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor, 65
Fifth ave.. corner Wood at., second floor, and
now everything Is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns In their household. Telephone 1558.
LOST BED AND WHITE COW ONISUN
DAY night from tbe McKee estate. Oakland.
Any Information concerning her should be ad
dressed J. O. POEHLMAN. oclS-6
PROPOSALS THE BEDSTONE OIL,
Coal and Coke Company will receive
sealed proposals for the erection of 10 or more
double coke ovens Until October 21, 1889. Ovens
to be bniltwlth dlviainc- wall bearing piers.
For further particulars Inquire at the office of
W. R, WILSON, Engineer, Penn building,
ATOTICE-PROPOSAXS WILL BE RE
JM CEIVED by the.Scbool Board of the Six
teenth ward. Pittsburg (Howard District), until
OCTOBER 25, 1889, for the refunding of 125,000
worth of bonds bearing 4 per cent interest, run
ning as follows, viz.: 7.U00 in 1S01, 58.000 in
1896and 10,000 in 1898. Tbe Board reserves the
right to reject any or all bids. Address bids to
T. C. GRAHAM, President. No. 316 Thirty
ninth street, or H. NICHOLS. Secretary. Main
and Liberty avenue, Pittsburg. oc4-68-y
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED by the undersigned, at the Mer
chants and Manufacturers' Bank; at Detroit,
Mich., until OCTOBER 20, 1889, at 12 o'clock
noon, for the purchase of 50,000 of tha Baraga
Graphite Mining Company's 6 per cent first
mortgage coupon bonds, in sums of 500 and
upward, reserving tbe right to reject any or
all bids. The property consists of 880 acres of
land in Baraga county, Mich., with a vein of
graphite or black lead 170 feet in thickness now
working, and a personal guarantee given-by a
good party If roquired.
Further information given on inquiring of
Fred Carlisle, S1 Campau Building, Detroit;
Mich. F. CARLISLE & CO.
ptlTY CLERK'S NOTICE OF THE CITY
J of Spokane Falls, W. T. To all whom it
may concern: Notice Is hereby given that
sealed proposals for tbe furnishing and laying
in the city of -Spokane Falls, W. T., a twelve
(12) inch water main, length approximately
wben 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 (1,850) feet; also furnish and lay one
hundred and sixty feet of four (4) inch pipe
for hydrants, will be received by meat the
time or tbe meeting of tbe City Council ou
WEDNESDAY EVENING, November 5. 1889,
and not later than 8.30 o'clock of said day;
specifications for above furnishing and laying
of water mains can be examined in tbe office of
the Pittsburg Dispatch. All bids must bs
securely sealed,- and indorsed on tbe envelope,
substantially, sealed proposals for the furnish
ing and laying of water mains in tbe city of
Spokane Falls, W. T., and also accompanied by
a certified check of five handled (S500) dollars
as a guarantee of good faith. The Council re
serves tne right to reject any or an 010s.
J. J. WHITE, City Clerk.
NEARLNG THE END.
ONLY TWO MORE DAYS
Grand Musical Programme To-day.
CLASSICAL MUSIC TO-NIGHT.
J. M. HILL'S
A POSSIBLE CASE COMPANY.
Oct 2L Oliver Pond Byron. -, ocl4-23-3lTTr
pRAND OPERA HOUSE
To-night RUDOLPH; ARONSON Comic Opera
Oct. 2L Little LordFanntleroy. ocH-10
GRAND OPERA HOUSE-EXTRA-NEXT
LITTLE LORD NEXT
WEEK. FAUMLEROY, WEEK,
With the original New York Company. Prices:
Parquet and first 3 tows parquet circle, SI 50;
balance, SiDress circle, 3 rows, 75cj balance,
60c Gallery, 25c OC17-43
HARRIS' THEATER EVERY AFTER
NOON and evening.
V. A. Brady's Original Version of SHE.
Weird, Mystical, Barbaric,
Gorgeous in Scenic Effects.
Week October 21 Daniel Boone. oc!3-Sl
TTARRY WILLIAMS ACADEMY
To-night, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and
- SICfBPECIALTY BHOW. 0C13
rno LET-ON CONGRESS STREET. BEICK
X. house. 8 rooms, batb, range, both gases;
fine brick stable for two horses: rent low to good
party. MAGA W A GOKF, 145 Fourth ave. QC17-28-
East End Residences.
10 LET-HOUSE OF 14 ROOMS, STABLE
and onthnllrflnpst lAffrA cfTOnnda: on Neirlev
avenue, near Penn avenue cable ears. Inquire of
HENRY ROBERTS,atOUver&Uobert Wire Co.,
TO LET-MARSHALL AVE., COR. D1WIN
ave., near New Brighton road, a very pleas
antly located suburban home of 14 rooms, good
cellar, water and large yard, etc.; rent only 840.
BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. ocis-S9
10 LET-BELLEVUE, P FT. W. A C. B. B..
elegant residence. 14 rooms, comnlete la
every resnect: large lot. fruit and shade trees.
SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth ave.
TO LET-BAKERY-IN A SPLENDID LOCA
TIO V. Inquire at the premises. No. 2130
SARAH ST., 0. S. 0C1S-S7
TO LET-STOREROOM ON SEVENTH AVE.,
near Smithfield; immediate possession. In
quire J. BISSELL,Room3)S, Blssell Block.
TO LET-FOUR (4) STOREROOMS-GOOD
bnslness stands on corner Liberty and
Fourth and on corner of Penn and Third, with
dwellings; 24 unfurnished rooms for housekeep
ing. Inquire of 8. MUSGBAVE, 44 Fourth street.
Offices. Desk Room. &c V
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two or the
roomiest and best-llihted offices to be found In tbe
city; rent, poo and 8300 per annum. Including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam heating.
Apply between 10 A. Jt. and IF. K., or between
2 and 4 F. M. y23-67
OFFICE OF FIDELITI TITLE AND TRUST
COMPANY. 121 AND 123 FOURTn AVENUE.
ESTATE OF WILLIAM MCAFEE, DECEASED
Notice Is hereby given that letters or ad
ministration on the estate of WUllam McAfee, de
ceased, late of Allegheny City, Pa., have been
granted to the underslgped, to whom all persons
Indebted to said estate are requested to make Im
mediate payment, and those having claims or de
mands agaln&t the same will make tbem known
without delay. FIDELITY TITLE AN D TRUST
CO., Administrator. DAVID Q. EWINO, .At
-pSTATE OF MARY L. BURNHAM,
Vl deceased. Notice is hereby Riven that
letters of administration nn the estate of Mrs.
Mary L. Bnrnham. deceased, late of the city of
Pittsburg, have been granted to the under
signed, to whom all persons indebted to said
estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those bavins; claims or demands
against the same will make them known with
out delay. WM. STEXNMEYER, caro Third
National Bank. Pittsburg. Pa. 8e27-89-F
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I
Jl have no partner and am carryinc on busi
ness in my own right. That S. K. Natcher is
not, nor is any one else, associated with me as
a partner. EDWARD HOUSE, Jr.
Ftttsbtbo, October 17, 1889. 0CI8-0O
The partnership heretofore existing be
tween Adolnh Qoeddel and Albert J. Mans
mann, under the- firm name of Ooeddel :
Mansmann, drygoods and gents' furnishing
goods, has this day been dissolved by mutual
consent. The business of the lata firm will be
settled by Albert 3. Mansmann & Co., who will
continue the business at the old stand, No.
6125 Penn ave- East End.
oclo-15-, ALBERT J. MAN8MANN.
David Lent! & Son, successors to Peter Teah,
'formerly of Stall No. 99, Diamond Market,
PitUburg, will open a new stall at No. 68 Alle
gheny Market, and continue running tha old
stall, where their sausage can be bad at either
stands, or at
JNO. DAUB'S SONS,
617 Smithfield St.
ocl&CS Plttsbnrg. Pa.
TY HENRY AUCTION COLLM.-AUC-
j j.iun sain ot nne iurniture ana carpets,
FRIDAY MORIS IN G, October 18. at No. 3D.
Market St., 10 sharp. Chamber suits, aide
boards, ball racks, bookcases, bedsteads, wash
stands, leather chairs and coaches, pillows and
bolsters, rugs, curtains, brnssels and ingrain
carpets, Turkish rugs, mattress springs, desks,
bookcases, extension, center and kitchen tables,
folding beds, wardrobes, chiffoniers,, parlor
suits in latest styles, colors and materials,
clocks, lamps, pictures, etc. Peremptory and
positive sale. Come and examine goods before
sale. HENRY AUCTION CO.. T,Tf ,
EXTENSIVE AUCTION SALE OF VALU
Comprising works of history, science, travels
ana voyages, theology., law, eki,
Commendnd. MONDAY EVENING. Octo
ber 21, 1SS9. and continuing each evening dur
ing tne entire wees, at 1 o-cioce, at tne auction
rooms. No. 311 Market st.
Persons unable to attend the sale can have
their orders attended to by addressing tbe
Henry Auction Co. All that is necessary In
making ont bids is to give your highest limit,
and purchases will be made as much below as
Each night's sale will embrace about 160 lots
of tbe catalogue In the regular order.
HENRY AUCl'ION CO., LIM.,
A N ORDINANCE LOCATING FIELD-
jtt. ING alley, from Lang street to Beecher
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsburg in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and en
acted by the authority of the same. That
Fielding alley, from Lang street to Beech
er street, be and the same shall be loca
ted as follows, to wit: The south five
foot line shall begin on the west flvo-foot
line of Lang street, at a distance of 190 feet
northerly from tbe south fire-foot lino of
Idlewild street, thence deflecting to the left
90 in a westerly direction and parallel to
Frankstown avenue and Idlewild street a dis
tance of L1S3.77 feet to tbe east line of Beecher
street and the said Fielding alley, shall be ot a
width of twenty-four 21) feet. ocl&es
AN ORDINANCE-AUTHORIZING THE
opening of Duff street, from Wylie ave
nne to Bedford avenue.
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsburg, In Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and
enacted by the authority of the same, That the
Chief of tbe Department of Public-Works be
and is hereby authorized and directed to cause
to be surveyed and opened within 60 days from
the date of the passage of tbis ordinance Duff
street, from Wylle avenue to Bedford avenue,
at a width of 40 feet, in accordance with an
ordinance of Councils. aDDroved November 2.
18S8, and Lincoln Memorial Cemetery plan, ap
proved Dy toe city engineer oeptemoer zo, 1033.
and also plan of E. P. Jones et al, recorded m
Recorder's office, Allegheny county, in P. B.,
vol. 6, page 63. The damages caused
thereby and the benefits to pay tbe same
to be assessed and collected in accord
ance with tbe provisions of an act ot Assem
bly of tbe Commonwealth of Pennsylvania en
titled "An act relating to streets' and seweis in
cities of the second class," approved the Itftb
day of May. A. D.. 1889. ocl7-79
AN ORDINANCE-AUTHORIZING THE
construction of a sewer on Maurice
street, from north line of property of Wm.
Ward to a connection with a sewer on Maurice
street about 270 feet south of Forbes street.
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and
enacted by tbe authority of the same, that
the Chief of the Department of Public Works
be and Is hereby authorized and directed to ad
vertise in accordance with tbe acts of Assem
bly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
and tbe ordinances of tbe said city of Pittsburg
relating tbereto and regulating tbe same, for
proposals for tbe construction of a pipe sewer
on Manrice street, commencing at tbe north
line of property ot William ward; thence to
Forbes street L inches in diameter, and from
thence to a connection with a sewer on Mau
rice street, at a point about 270 feet south
of Forbes street, to bo 18 inches in diame
ter, the contract therefor to be let in tbe
manner directed by tbe said acti of Assembly
and ordinances. Tbe cost and expenso of the
same to be assessed and collected in
accordance with the provisions of an
act of Assembly of the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, entitled, "An act relating to
streets and sewers in cities of the second
clas," approved the 16th day of May, A. D.
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE
construction of A sewer on Fortieth
street and Butler stfeet, from a point 20 feet
sonth of line of property of John C. Kirkpat
rick, distant about 1,140 feet south of Butler
street, to connect with a sewer on Almond
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted bv the
citv of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and
enacted by the authority of the same. That the
Chief of the Department of Public Works be
and is hereby authorized and directed to ad
vertise, in accordance with tbe acts of Assem
bly of tbe Commonwealth ot Pennsylvania and
the ordinances of said city of Pittsburg relat
ing tbereto and regulating the same, for pro
posals for the construction ot a pipe sewer on
Fortieth and Butler streets, from a point on
Fortieth street 20 feet south of line of property
of John C. Kirkpatrick, distant bout 1,140 feet
south of Butler street, to -and atesg Butter
treat to connect with
alley, size of said sewer to'
Inches In diameter, the contra
therefor s bet
let in the manner directed by th
sembly ana ordinances, ineco:
the same to be assessed and ceil
cted is aeeeeaW
ahce with tbe provisions 01 am
of tha CnramonwealtB of Penm
Ct of AseessMsr
"An act relating to streets and
wers in estfes
of tbe second class," approved
May, A. D. 1889.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THATTM
y report of viewers on the gradlag anal pav
ing of Dresden Alley, from Flftyiseceerf ssoot
to McCandless street, has been approved ey.
Councils, which action will be final, nateM aa
appeal is filed in tbe Court of Common Flea
within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGEXOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PrrrsBTJBO. Pa.. Oct. 17,J68. oeI7-37
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THK
.LN report of viewers on tbe grading of Watt
ingford street, from Neville, street ta Banea
street, and Grazier street, f rest Fifth awake
to Homewood avenue, has bees approved by
Councils, which action will be final, uIM as,
appeal is filed in the Court of Cosmos" Plea
within ten (10) days from date. , - X
E. M. BIGETJOW.
Chief of Department of Public Wotks.
PrrrsBOBO, Pa October 17, 1888L oel7-37
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THB
renort of Viewers on the dasasea eaaaoa '
itf tttA r-TTtrifnfl- nf f3--.iAr' ,tM.f f-AA. TnttSm
avenue to Homewood avenue, has beea a
proved by Councils, which action -will be fisei, ,
unless an appeal is filed in the Court ef Cms
men Pleas within ten (10) daysjVrosi date.
Chief olDepartment of PnblieWorka.
PITT3BPEO. Pa October 17. 1S8. ocI7-
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT TSLB
Bureau of Health of the. city of Pitts
burg, has tbis day established and. provided,
and doe hereby designate the foot of Sere-"
teenth (17) street, in the city of Pittsburg, at
the Allegheny river, and Clark's dnmpbeet,
immediately above the north end of the Sota
Tenth street bridge. In tt city of PittsbtK
on tbe Monongahela river, as the places wseoes
are to be received and deposited the ces tents
of all privies as they shall from time to time be.
cleaned and emptied, and all other oSestttv '
substances found upon tbe public highway.
THOMAS W. BAKER.
Superintendent of tbe Bureau of Healt.
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THS
JLl reports of Viewers on tbe opening oC
Omaha, street, from Bigbam street to Merrifnaa
street; Emily street, from Craft avenue
Halkct street; Felicia alley, from Msrstaad
street to the city line; Zenith alley, frets.
Felicia alley to Formosa alley, and Eers aHef.
from Felicia alley to Formosa alley; have feeest.
approved by Councils, which action wiH.ke
final unless an appeal is filed in theCowto;
Common Pleas within ten (181 days freat'dAte.!
Chief of Department of Public Wortt..
PrrranrJBO. Pa., Octoberl7, 1589. ocl74r
NOTICE IS HEREBY G1VENTHAT TJefX'
reports of Viewers on tbe cocstruettea C
sewers on Meyran street, from crown between
"J -te -J.-- V.. ..... O..VW., .... -
lyouisaananatesi streets toixmisa street juim.
Carey alley, from South Twenty-ninth stzeet ,
a point 450 feet westwardly; Fifth street, Jrees
Liberty avenne to tbe Allegheny river, aact
Fifth avenue, from Amberson avenue te a'
point west of Moorbead's lane, have bees aJ
proved by Councils, which action will he Hiisiy
unless an appeal is filed in the Court of Cess '
nion Pleas, within ten (10) davs from 'date.
E. M. BIGELOWi
Chief of Department off uhtic We.. ,
Pxttsbubg, Pa., October 17,1388.
N ORDINANCE-LOCATING MOltni
, CELLO street, from Lang street to Ueeefcee
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by tke
city of Plttsbnrg. in Select and Commaa Coast
cil assembled. and it is hereby ordained aad eaW
acted by the authority of the same. That MeuM 1
cello street,from Lang street toBeeefeer street, W.
and the same shall be located as fellows, to w
Tbe south 5-foot line shall begin ostBeweettV
foot line of Lang street at a dietasee of 886 feet
northerly from the center Use of Frafikseewar
avenue; thence deflecting to the left 98 is at
westerly direction and parallel to Fraskstennt
avenue a distance of L188.T7 feet to te eaett,
line of Beecher street, and tbe oM MoseJ 1
cello street shall be of a width of fifty MM
A N ORDINANCE-ATJTHORUItSS
Ol construction of a boardwalk os
street, from Arlington avenue to
Section I Be it ordained and eeaeM hf fe
ci ty of Pittsburg; in Seleet and CotaaMs OUnu
ciisassemtueOvaaa.it is nereey one
enacted by tbe authority of tbe same.
Chief ot the Department of PabHe'
and is hereby authorized and 'directed to
vertise in accordance witn ttte aets m
bly ot the Commonwealth of PuiimjIismUm.
and the ordinances of the said ettyof FllnlieisJ
relating thereto and regulating ,tne setae, fat
proposals for' the construction of a Boaul
walk on Industry street, from Aiiiafrtea avetMss
to Amanda street, tbe contract tttorefec tejN,
let in the manner directed bv the seH actts
Assembly and ordinances.-Tha eos as4 safe.
Sense of the same to be assessed a4 eettoeeeev
1 accordance with the provisions of as Mat tC
Assembly of the Commonwealth of Fuauujtia
nia. entitled "An act relating to
sewers in cities of tbe second class,".
tne ltrcn aay 01 ajay ju 11., ibob.
A X ORDINANCE RE-ESTAM
J. the grade of Denniston avenue
avenue to Penn avenne.
Section 1 Be it ordained and eaaeted s Jha
city of Pittsburg, in Select and Cosasaea 0sjM
ells assembled, and it Is hereby ord attics aaar
enacted by the authority of same. That IsW.
grade of the west curb line of Dennistoa avessey
from Fifth avenue to Penn aveane, be and tar
same shall be re-established as follows, te-wiH
Beginning at the north curb line of -Fifth aae-1
nue at an elevation of 267.13 f eer, theses feUtSkc; .
anner?teoi aieexpenw reet tor a eaBtssa
of 152 feet at an elevation of 259.58, thence faaM
lug at tne rate 01 &:uieet ior a main
308.55 feet to an anzle at an elevation of
feet, thence falling at tbe rate of 2.471 feat 1
a aistance 01 vot-m ieet at an eievaoos e jwii
feet, thence falling at the rate of lfoot pee Mtf
leet lor a distance of 479.92 at an elevation e
22113, thence rising at tbe rate of lfoot per Ma. r
leet for a distance of 260 feet ta south curb (teal
nf Panti ,Ann. ,t,n Uv?i.nn nf 94S1U faaS "
L i- ,.
N ORDINANCE AUTHOKIZLaia MSB ,
jtx. grading or ue ooto street, trees rimu' ,r-
avenue to Allequippa street. j -
Whereas. It appears by the petition asdaJsVi
daylt on file In the a&ee of the Clerk at Cess 1 t.
cils that one-third in interest of the ewmnafl
property fronting and abutting upoa the sata
street have petitioned the Connolls of ssM ettf
to enact an ordinance for tbe grading ef taey
same; therefore, 1
Section 1 Be it ordained and eaaeted bjrtbM
city of Pittsburg In Seleet and Comsaoa Cosa-i'
cils assembled, and it is hereby ordaiaett atteT
enacted by the authority ot the tame, Tha
tha Chief of the Department of Public Weeks
be and is hereby authorized ami ettreetesl '
advertise in accordance with the aets of As
sembly of tbe Commonwealth of fessssav
and tha ordinances of the sakl eHv ef '
bnnr relating thereto and reguUtitHrthei
for proposals tor the grading of De Setwsataat,
from Fifth avenue to Allequrppa street; asa'
contract thereior to oe jet in we masses
rectedbythe said acts ot Assembly astl nm .
nances, Tbe cost and expense ot the sate tt
do assessen anu cuuectea m accm uuiut wm v
Commonwealth of Pesnsylvaata. eaasMeaVt ,
"An act relating to streets and sewers hi tsttai".--
of the second class," approved tste wts savv ec
May. A. D. law. .gf-w;
"VTOTICE TO CONTRACrORS-SEJi,d
City Controller until MONDAx.the21st ajreC
UCtODer. A. u. icev, at 2 r. ji., ior an nsfw ;
mg, viz.: -?
SEWTtHS. . "fit
Murtland st, from Penn are, to Kelly .:-'..
inch pipe. ..
Bayard st, irora uiaweii s, 10 -c a vote sir
Center are., from Craig St. to Bitten St.; K
and 20-lnch pipe. vj
Mignonette st, irom negtey ave. to Joans
St.; 15 and 18-inch cltje.
Harvard st, from Negley ave. to KaeHd am; t,y
Howard alley and TbIrtT-feurtB St. from
feetnortheastof Thirty-fourth st. to conmoHaa C
with a sewer on -XBirty-iourts St. at ujjiiw;.
Spring alley; from Twenty-first st. te Tweaty.
second st; 15-moh pipe.
Mulberry alley, from Sixteenth st ta S 9 vent -teenth
st: 15-lnch pipe. - "
Fourth ave.,-f rora Grant st. to Cherry afctef?
15-incb pipe. .
Plans and specifications can be sees, astl
blanks for bidding can be obtained at tataiW
Each proposal must be accompanied by a;.
rinTiri nrnlttml Ixfnra tha Mayor Or CltV CWttT- '
The Department of Awards reserves "laafi
right to rejcctanyorai.. mtfEU)1( r
nin.ia nhiar or Dent, at I'auiio W4as.
Continued o Fifth and 'Seventh. i1s4
A few private horses to board dune i
winter; will give them personal attewWeaI
refer by perm fesion to First National Bask aatt
H. uremer 00 nfraKers, oatest, u. , t ,
Aaaresau. a. tiunvr.
Loat, Bex 78, Tiltsesta. -