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THE HTTSBTJRGr DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23,; 1889,
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SMALLPOX IS FEARED.
The Deadly Scourge is Eavaging the
' Fair Islands of Lake Erie.
IT-IS EXPECTED IK PITTSBURG.
Doctors Ordered by the Soard of Health to
DIPHTHERIA CASES EXAGGERATED
The prevalence of zymotic diseases at
present is alarming the residents of several
wards, and added to this there is said to be
grave apprehensions of a visitation of small
pox during the coming winter, which is the
season in which it spreads more rapidly.
Captain Thomas Baker, of the Bureau of
Health, gives the following returns for scar
let lever and diphtheria for the last two
days: Monday, 1 case of diphtheria in the
Twelfth ward. 1 in the Thirteenth. 2 in the
Fifteenth, 4 in the Sixteenth and 3 cases of
scarlet fever, 1 case of diphtheria in the
Eighteenth, 1 in the Twenty-ninth and 3 of
scarlet fever and 1 diphtheria in the -Fourteenth.
Yesterday there were 2 diphtheria eases in
the Sixth ward, 2 in the Seventh and 1 of
scarlet fever, 1 of diphtheria in the Fifteenth,
1 in the Twelfth, 3 in the Seventeenth and 3
of scarlet fever and 2 of diphtheria in the
The'Board of Health is alive to the small
pox situation, and, consequently, have noti
fied the various authorized physicians to
begin the work of vaccination for their
wards. Dr.' Fife, who has held the position
in the Seventeenth and Tenth wards for ten
years, said yesterday to a Dispatch re
porter: "There is every likelihood of a
smallpox epidemic reaching Pittsburg this
coming winter. The health authorities con
sider the matter in a serious light, because
they have given peremptory notice to the
physicians to vaccinate the infants in their
wards. The islands on Lake Erie are
ravaged by this dread disease at present.
The health authorities east and west have
set up a quarantine in that section of the
country in the hope of staying the progress
of smallpox, but the indications are that
Pittsburg will be visited before the close of
the winter. x.verv precantion is being
taken by the health people to prevent an
epidemic if it does reach the city. Up to
the present time, however, I have not heard
of a smallpox case in the neighborhood.
For the last ten days I have vaccinated a
large number of infants and youths."
The doctor said further that after an infant
has once been vaccinated it is hardly nec
essary to perform the operation again. lie
says that a second inoculation is very rarely
THE EEPOETS EXAOGEBATED.
The doctor states that Lawrenceville is re
markably free from diphtheria and scarlet
fever. He declares the reports have been
grossly exaggerated as to the prevalence of
the disease in uioombeld. lie said he had
heard of a few cases and these had not all
Dr. J. J. Covert said: "Many of the
cases reported in Bloomfield as diphtheria
haven't any semblance to the disease. The
patients that I attended have merely an ul
cerated sore throat. Often the ulcers would
be the size of a man's finger nail. Not one
of them had the symptoms or the results of
diphtheria. The malady in Bloomfield is
exaggerated sore throats. The report that
the disease is in Lawrenceville is wrong.
This part of the town is very healthy and
no one need be alarmed."
Dr. Sands states also that the Bloomfield
diphtheria report is fearfully stretched. He
admits there are a few cases there, but not
sufficient to cause alarm. He says he has
two scarlet fever patients in Lawrenceville
but the neighborhood at large is free from,
contagious or infections diseases.
The Bureau of Health's weekly mortuary
report, issued yesterday, shows that there
were 86 deaths in the city for the week end
ing Saturday. This is 8 less than the pre
ceding week, but 13 more than during the
corresponding week in 1888. The maladies
causing the greatest number of deaths were:
Diphtheria, 13; typhoid fever, 13, and
croup, with 10 cases. Pneumonia caused 6
deaths and alcoholic poisoning 3. Of the
total, 40 were natives of this city and 17
were from other parts of the United States.
The East End leads in the number of deaths,
having 42, the Southside had 20, and the
Old City 14.
THE AKUIALS ERE SATED.
A Bloomfield Stable Fire, at Which Slight
A stable belonging to Samuel Hook, situ
ated at the corner of Mary and Ella streets,
Bloomfield, took fire in a very mysterious
manner yesterday morning. At the time
the fire broke out two horses and several
cows were in the stable. The place was en
veloped in flames before the animals could
be gotten out.
They were all safely removed from the
burning pile, merely singed and slightly
burned. The carts and milking utensils
were all damaged, and some of them were
made useless. The loss was estimated at
several hundred dollars.
13 pounds granulated sugarfor fl 00
14 pounds A coffee sugar for 1 00
16 pounds light yellow suear for 1 00
3-pound can best table peaches 15
2 cans Oneida Community corn 25
3 cans best new tomatoes 25
"W. & B. standard tomatoes per doz... 1 15
3-pound can Oneida Community dam
3-pound can Oneida Community
3-pound can Oneida Community cher
3-pound can Oneida Community rasp
1 can Bartlett pears 15
1 pound ginger snaps..... 7
1 pound ginger cakes 7
1 pound lemon crackers. 7
1 pound wine crackers 7
1 pound sola crackers 6
1 pound butter crackers 7
1 pound cream crackers 15
3 pounds nicknacks 25
All orders accompanied with cash or P.
O. money order will receive prompt atten
tion. Freight paid on 510 worth and up
" ward. Send for circular.
36 Ohio st, Allegheny.
If you have any old gold take it to Henry
Terheyden, the manufacturing jeweler, 530
Smithfield st, and have it made into some
beautiful piece of jewelry, or, if you prefer,
he will pay you cash for your gold. utp
B. tfc B.
New "tailor-made suitings" and broad
cloths fine qualities, low prices that is
.nnnr-ri Ipra in Ttar wn !v. .un J..
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goods departments the preference.
Bogos & Buhl.
At the Pens Avenue Stores.
A special quality all-wool French cash
mere, 45 incheswide, 60c a yard, one of the
many bargains in our cashmere department.
Jos. Horhe 8s Co.
Cain Si Tenter
Open for business in their new shoe store,
corner Fiflb avenue and Market street, to
day (Wednesday), October 23.
Highest prices paid for ladies' or
gents' cast-off clothing at De Haan's Big
6, Wylie ave. Call or send by mail, wsu
The pleasantest and most wholesome
drink is F. & V.'s Pilsner beer.
Cash paid for old gold and silver, at
Hauch's, Jo. 365 Fifttave. wrsn.
THE INJUNCTION PREMATURE.
Street Cnr Men Talk Aboot the Traction Act
James H. Beed, of Knox & Beed, attor
neys for the Central Traction Company,
stated yesterday that it was a mistake to
suppose that a permanent injunction would
be asked to restrain the company from run
ning their cars on High street between
"YVylie avenue and Webster street
In speaking of the case he said: "The per
sons who kicked against our tracks being
filaced on High street filed a bill for a pre
iminary injunction about two months ago.
They were knocked out on account of the
bill being defective. We then filed a de
murrer, and in this way the case stands. It
is a little premature for the opposition to say
that a hearing for a permanent injunction
will be given them."
George I. Whitney, President of the com
pany, said: "There will be no anrument
for a permanent injunction. When the pre
liminary injunction was asked, Jndge
Ewing dismissed the case in a half hour.
There was no question or point that they
could enjoin us on, and they were told that
it was a case of action. If they have any
case against us they have a chance to sue
Attorney George C. Wilson, solicitor of
the Pittsburg and Citizens' Traction Com
panies, said: "I have read the statements
published about the muddle in street car
affairs, and they do not touch either the Fifth
avenue or Penn avenue lines. We are acting
entirely within the limits of the traction act
of 1887. According to the interpretation
placed upon it by the morning paper, it is
necessary, in order to build a traction line,
to first construct a street railway and then
tear ud the tracks for the traction road.
There is certainly no sense in that"
An effort was made to see Colonel George
W. Elkins, President of the Pittsburg Com
pany, but he could not be found. E. W.
Davis, Treasurer of the company, stated that
when their tracks were put down on Fifth
avenue they had the consent of 'every prop
erty holder. If any attempt was made to
tear up the tracks or interfere with the busi
ness of the company, the people would rise
up and protest aga'inst it
ANOTHER HUMANE AGENI1.
Action in Regard to Sam O'Brien's Assistant
The Humane Society held its regular
weekly meeting yesterday afternoon at its
rooms in the Penn Building. The only busi
ness before the society, other than the routine
order, was the proposition to appoint an as
sistant to Agent O'Brien, at the latter's sug
gestion. The necessity for another agent
was pointed out and freely discussed, but
definite action was postponed until another
William G. Johnson was elected a mem
ber of the Board of Managers, and Mrs.
Charles Lappe and Miss M. Straub were
elected members of the society.
The report of Secretary Davidson showed
that contributions of ?1 each had been -received
from Mrs. George J. Lappe, Mrs.
Charles H. Lappe. Mrs. Adam Keineman,
Mrs. Catherine Stahl and Miss M. Straub.
Tbe society received $20, the amount of fines
imposed upon Peter Simon and Charles
Simelton, for cruelty to animals.
NO-LIGHTS THE TROUBLE.
Residents ST Fashionable East End Streets
Not in With the Arc Light Play.
Nearly a year ago contracts for lighting
East End streets were entered into which
placed the limit of time in which arc lights
were to be placed in that part of the city at
July 1. Bnt up to date only Shady lane,
Hiland, Fifth and Penn avenues have been
favored, while the balance of the streets are
in Cimmerian darkness unrelieved save by
the uncertain glimmer of patient gasoline
lamps. The electric and the city officials
are busy fabricating explanations.
The citizens are indignant because their
share of the $121,000 appropriated by Coun
cils for this purpose is so unduly centralized.
A number of poles in the gutters give
promise of light by and by, but promises do
not fill the hiatus in irradiation. A pe
tition to Councils will be the probable up
shot of the vigorous Kicking now in progress.
It is very important In this age of vast ma
terial progress that a remedy be pleasing to the
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
No Longer In Doubt.
It is no longer a question but an absolute
fact that merit is a winner all the time.
Thrust an article of merchandise in the
open market and if it has not the qualities
claimed for it, it will live but a little while.
Soon, yes very soon, the people will brand
it n. g. Not so, however, with tbe real
thing, tut quite to the contrary. If it is
what it is claimed to be, that same public
will indorse it by continuing its purchases.
So it is with "Klein's Silver Age Eye."
No better indorsement can be obtained than
the continued sale to those who have been
using it for years. Doctors and hospitals
have tried it and are still using it, proof of
which, if wanted, can and will be furnished
aboundingly. Silver Age Bye being the
only displayed whisky at the Exposition is
another proof of its fearless position as a
standard old and reliable stimulant We
do not claim that it cures all diseases, but
we do know that it is an excellent remedy
for many. It is sold everywhere at $1 50
per full quart We also keep all the lead
ing Pennsylvania rye whiskies, full quarts,
6 years old, your choice for $1 00 per quart,
or 6 quarts for $5 00. Wines, brandies and
gins at from 50 cents and upward. All
goods neatly packed and sent anywhere.
Send for price list, or call on Max Klein, 82
Federal street, Allegheny. siwf
Newly married Couples!
Making preparations for housekeeping do
not forget that Dreydoppel soap is a very
important article to have. The finest and
best for all purposes that soap can be used
for. Benders clothes beautifully white,
sweet and healthful to wear. Full pound
bars, 8c per pound, at grocers everywhere.
The largest assortment in the city and at
prices that defy competition. Satisfaction
guaranteed in all cases. Eemember the
place 3nd save money.
Jos. Flemtn o & Son, Druggists,
W8 412 Market street
Cain & Terner
Open for business in their new shoe store,
corner Fifth avenue and Market street, to
day (Wednesday), October 23.
Board for Horses.
Wanted Horses to board by the month
or year; roomy box stalls and the best of
cafe. Farm one and one-half miles from
Monongahela City. Address J. S. Coul
son & Bro., Monongahela Cicy, Pa. ws
At tbe Penn Ave. Stores.
Special sale to reduce our stock fine
Lot 1, reduced from $11 to $7 50.
Lot 2, reduced from $12 50 to $9 50.
Jos. Hobne & Co.
Cain Ov Verner
Open for business in their new shoe store,
corner Fifth avenue and Market street, to
day (Wednesday), October 23.
Combinations of different pieces. Very
handsome, in plush cases, at Henry Terhey
den's, 530 Smithfield street mwf
Charles W. Cnsbmnn, of Buffalo,
Certifies to the efficacy of Coaline headache
Cash paid for old gold and silver, at
Hauch's, No. 295 Fifth ave. WFSa
The pleasantest and most wholesome
drink is F.&T.'s Pilsner beer. .
LOSING THE CANAL.
Pittsburg May be Left by a Waterway
Through the Muskingum.
THE DANGER SIGNAL IS FLYING.
A Startling Phase of the Canal Project to
the Lakes Crops Oat.
CHEAP FEEIGHT, THE TEXED PROBLEM
The commission to look into the Pitts
burg and Lake Erie Canal project will meet
Governor Beaver at the Anderson Hotel to
morrow. If they can catch the spirit of all who
have investigated the subject it will spare
no effort to do its work thoroughly. Day by
day the matter assumes more importance.
Not only would the slackwatering
of the Ohio to a point be
low Beaver shoals extend the
periodr of navigation some months each
year, but practical men have been figuring
and have decided that the canal can be con
structed beyond any donbt within the
amount originally estimated. The piles to
protect the banks can be driven and as soon
as a channel is partially cut the work of
degradation can be largely performed by
turning in the water on the upper levels.
The river has taken away more islands with
in the memory of man than would amount
to many times the amount contained in the
course of such canal, and it has not inter
fered with navigation in the least
There will not be nearly so much lifting
as some people suppose. Four or five miles
above the mouth of the Beaver, the country
from there to thedividingridge in Northern
Ohio, is comparatively level, and people
are anxious to Know the elevations and how
long a time would likely be necessary to
construct the canal. It appears that many
Cincinnati people take nearly as much in
terest in the project as do Pittsburgers.
THE FORK CITY'S INTEREST.
It is said that Cincinnati now virtuallv
controls the Kanawha trade. Her capital
is largely interested there, and with a better
draft of water, a larger term of navigation
and some days start in cettine to the mouth
of the Kanawha they have nothing to fear
from Pittsburg coal. They would like to
see the Ohio up this way improved, how
ever, in the interest of general commerce,
and it is comlortine to know that opposition
would not be likely to come from that quar
ter. While it is true that by operating on a
large scale there is some money in the coal
business for this section under present condi
tions, it is but little compared with what
goes to dealers at the other end of the line,
and there would be an indefinite expansion
of Pittsburg commerce with the Northwest
could coal be delivered there cheaper than
now. It wonld practically give all that
country as a market fur Pittsburg
products. Coal is now mined on the Monon
gahela and put aboard cars at 90 cents a ton.
It costs $1 65 per ton to haul it to Chicago,
and it there sells at $3 25 per ton. This
makes the handling profitable, in Chicaco
operators getting seven-ninths as much for
handling as the producer gets for the article,
mining and loading all combined. Even if
transportation by water should cost SO cents
a ton fnel could be furnished so cheaply in
lake ports that all competition would be
Mr. C. Kimberland calls attention to the
fact that water communication between the
lakes and the Ohio will not always be pre
vented, and that if it is not from this region
it will be by the Muskingum river, and this
will set this section back indefinitely, so far
as coal, iron and general commercial inter
ests are concerned, for when coal veins
varying from eight to 13 feet are opened and
coal dumped into model barges, run down
tbe Kanawha and up the Musklnirnm. and
thence to Lake Erie, from coal lands costing
from $5 to $20 an acre, Pittsburgjoperators
may bang the trumpet in the hall and study
competition no more.
NATURAL ADVANTAGES OVER.
Continuing, he said:
"There is one thing the average Pitts
burger wants to learn and learn it quickly,
and that is that the natural advantages
which have in the past done so much to
make this neighborhood rich, are largely a
thing of the past and that water that has
passed the mill grinds no corn. We have
natural gas, but' so has much of the West.
It has also some fual, and in those Inland
towns light manufacturing can be
carried on as well as anywhere
else, and they have an advantage
in reaching after Western development in
the matter of freight rates, an advantage
that possesses peculiar significance under
the operation of the inter-State commerce
law. In the South the coal and iron inter
ests are growing yearly, and will continue
to grow, and there are places in the south
ern mountains where coal, iron ore and lime
stone are found close together in the same
hills. There is no longer old-time profit in
carrying coal to Cincinnati and Louisville,
and, in a year or two more, to carry it to
Memphis and below will be a veritable "car
rying coals to New Castle."
A business man said last
night: "New York may be penurious when
tbe subject of building monuments is up for
discussion, but if she had Pittsburg's coal
and gas and other facilities for making iron,
glass, etc., I tell you she would have the
Erie Canal widened and deepened sufficient
ly to supply all requirements before next
fall. If this work is to be done by Congress
that body should be supplied with all tbe
essential knowledge in the case as soon as it
meets in December, and practical business
men should be able to report before that
time. The 510,000 they have to expend in
their examinations will buy all the expert
knowledge needed and secure its delivery in
side of six weeks."
TY JAS. W. DRAPE CO.
VALUABLE MANUFACTURING SITE
AT PUBLIC BALK
On A. V. R. R., near Fifty-fourth street, 30s
feet fronting on railroad, with facilities for
side track, and 301 feet in depth, to a wide
street. One of tbe most eligible manufacture g
sites of any point in the city. To be sold on
TUESDAY, October 29, at 2 o'clock P.M. on
the premises. As the owner is a non-resident
he is anxious to sell, and will let the property
go at a great bargain. Terms at sale. Title
perfect and unencumbered.
Full particulars from
JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.,
Agents and Auctioneers,
129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
TOOKS AT AUCTION THIS EVENING
at 7:30 o'clock: at the rooms. No. 311 Market, on
second floor. .HENRY AUCTION CO., LIM.,
A description or mention of Daniel Draw
baugh's talking machine or telephone inven
tion was printed in some Pensylvania news
papers at sometime between the years 1870 and
Search has been made in the public libraries
and the newspaper offices of that State forsuch
newspapers. The files of such papers are
in many cases complete, both prior and subse
quent to said years, but the files coverinc the
precise period in question have either disap
peared or been mutilated.
The undersigned will pay a reward of tLOOO
to the person who will be the first to place in
their possession a genuine original copy of the
newspaper containing such description or men
tion of Daniel Drawbanch's talking machine,
or to tbe one who first restores tbe files con
taining such copy to tbe public library or news
paper office from which the same was taken.
The undersigned will also pay the sum of
1,000 for the detection and conviction of tbe
person or persons causing said disappearance
or mutilation of said files.
All persons who have old files of Pennsylva
pla newspapers are requested to examine the
same for snch publication made during the
BEWARD, DACOSTA 4 GUTHRIE,
29 Nassau street, New York City.
Dates, New Yobk, October, 1SS9.
MS-DUplay advertisements one dollar per
square 'for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on Oils page such as Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, etc, ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken or less than fifty tents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
BRANCH ' OFFICES.
For the accommodation of the
Dublic, 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
advertiser already hare accounts with TUB DIS
THOMAS MCCAFFREY. SK0 Butler street
EMIL G. STUCKEY, Mth street and Fenn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY ACO., Wylle aye. and Fultonst
N. bTOKELY. Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, 6121 Fenn avenue.
MCALLISTER & SHEIBLEB, 5th av. ft Atwood st.
JACOB SPOHN. No. 2 Canon street.
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carson street
A. J. KAERCHEK, 59 Federal street
H. J. McBEIDE, Market House, Allegheny.
FRED H. EGGER3. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western ana Irwin aves.
G. TV. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver ares.
FERRY M. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
W. W. FLOCKEE, Stationer. No. 4 Grant ave.
TTTANTED-DRUG CLERK, REGISTERED
YV Address S. T., Dispatch office. oc23-55
WANTED-GOOD BARBER-CITY WAGES.
Apply at 132 FIFTH AVE., McKcesport,
TT-A-NTED-10O LABORERS-APPLY AT THE
VV pfflceofMAKTlN JOYCE, Water St., Pitts
burg. Fa. oc23-l7
WANTED IMMEDIATELY 1 GOOD COAT
MAKEB at 627 Main St., Braddock: G.
VV work to good mechanics. Inquire or JOHN
W. BOWER, Homestead, Fa. OC23-7
WANTED FIVE OK SIX UNION CARPEN
TERS. Apply to bTEWAKT, at 400 East
St., Allegheny, Fa., at 9 A. II. OC23-34
WANTED4 HAND TOBY MAKERS AND 2
mold toby bunchers and 2 rollers. Apply
83 REBECCA ST., Allegheny. OCS3-30
T7"ANTED-A YOUNG MAN FROM 10 TO 18
VV years old to work In a retail grocery store.
Address, giving reference, Q,., Dispatch office.
ANT E D-AT ONCE-ONE GOOD AND
steadr coatmaker: none else need apply at
FRED G. WEST CO.
'S., SIxtn ave., Homestead.
WANTED-BOTTLE HOUSE BLACKSMITH:
roust be able to make clamps and finishing
tools. Address POSTOFFICE BOX 4M, Pittsburg.
WANTED-A COMPETENT DRUG CLERK,
registered: must speak German; good posi
tion for right party. STRYCHNIA, Dispatch of
-VTTANTED-AN HONEST BOY TO WORK IN
VV office; references required. Apply to
Room 31, DlbPATCH BUILDING, 77 and 79 Dia
mond St. OC23-36
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN AS SALESMAN
for groceries and tea; to take orders for
to P. F.
SCOTCHMAN'S. 58 S.
ANTED-A BILL CLERK. FAMILIAR
with plumber and steam fitters' supplies
must have ability and
STEAM, Dispatch office.
VV clerk; must come well recommended. Apply
by letter, stating where last employed, and salary
expected, 6117 FENN AVE.
WANTED-WAREHOUSEMAN WHO HAS
had experience in packing hardware or
glassware. Address, statlne where last employed,
HARDWARE, Dispatch office. OC22-94
V Beaver. Lawrence,
Washington counties to sell a household necessity.
Address A. K. MARTELL, 411 Smithfield St.
WANTED-BR1GHT, ACTIVE BOY, NOT
over 18 years of age. to learn the hardware
business; must be resident of the city. Address,
in own handwriting, HARDWARE, Dispatch
office. "' ocS-91
WANTED A GENTLEMAN ABOUT 30
years of age, knowing the city well, to
classify and receive orders; a permanent position
to right man; good salary. UNION CREDIT CO.,
103 Fourth ave. oc20-9-wfsu
-TTJ A N T E D AN INTELLIGENT, WIDE-
V V awake man, 25 to 35 years old, as salesman;
must come well recommended and be willing to
wont naro.: oona required, uaii at uuusi to,
Eisner building, after 9 o'clock. oc23-41
WASTED-SALESMAN TO SELL OUR
specialties to merchants: samples and case
furnished; exclusive territory: salary paid or
commission; permanent situation, with chance to
establish line trade. MODEL LEDGER CO.,
South Bend, Ind. oclG-44-MWF
WANTED-LABORERS WANTED IN NEW
Orleans 100 able-bodied men to ship as
crew; wages $60 per month and board; to reliable
men steady employment will be given. Apply to
M. N. WOOD. Coast and Lalausche Line, No. 2
Canal St., New Orleans, La. ocl6-42
WANTED-A FEW NO. 1 SOLICITORS
cholce and exclusive territory for an article
that requires very little soliciting; only si capital
necessary, and if not satisfied with the work
money cneerfully refunded: profit satisfactory.
'Inquire at o. 105 RObS STREET. OC23-19
WANTED-SALESMEN AT 75 PER MONTH
salarv and expenses, to sell a line of stiver
plated ware, watches, etc.; by sample only; horse
and team furnished free; write at once for full
artlculars and sample case of goods free. 8TAN
AKD SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass.
ING work and employers and all others
who may wish to employ bricklayers 6hould regis
ter such wants, free of charge, at the headquarters
of the INDUSTRIAL MUTUAL BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION. 93 Fourth ave., first floor front.
Open until 9 P. X. Saturdays. ocll-SO-MWrsu
WANTED-TO EMPLOY TWO GENTLE
MANLY young men (not dudes) for office
work; must be energetic and willing workers;
one to work on collections and one ror shorthand
and typewriting; must be neat writers; young
men of Methodist families preferred. Address,
with references, M. ft S., Bedford, O. OC22-73
"TTTANTED -AGENTS TO SELL THE PINLESS
V V clothes line; the only line ever invented that
holds the clothes without pins; a perfect success;
patent recently Issued; sold only by agents, to
whom the exclusive right is given; on receipt of
50 cents we will send a sample line by mall; also
circulars, price list and terms to agents: secure
your territory at once. Address WORCESTER
PINLESS CLOTHES LINE CO., 17 Hermon St.,
Worcester, Mass. oc23-44-W8
WANTED-GIRL FOB GENERAL HOUSE
WORK: must be good cook and laundress.
Apply 15 F ULTON ST., Allegheny. OC23-29
WANTED-FIRST-CLASS COOK. INQUIRE
corner CRAIG AND CENTER AVENUES,
Bellefleld, -East End. References required.
TTJANTED-A GOOD FEMALE COOK FOR
VV private residence. East End; must be a
Protestant. Apply, with reference, at front
office, first floor, NO. 136 FIFTH AVENUE.
WANTED-COOK AND CHAMBERMAID;
middle-aged women nrererred: Tor family
in Florida. Apply first floor, 150 FOURTH AVE.,
city, between 2 and 3 o'clock, Thursday and Fri
day. this week. oc22-42
"TTTANTED AT ONCE CHILD'S NURSE,
VV cook and chambermaid for small family;
3 50 per week each: 100 bouse girls, 20 for hotels,
dishwasher and night cook, waitresses. MEE
HAN'S, 545 Grant st. OC21-D
Male and Female Helo.
WANTED-AGENTS-WE PAY GENTLE
MEN and ladles 60 to (200 per month, to
procure members for our association: members
can buy books and music at wholesale prices.
For full particulars address NATIONAL LIBRA
RY ASSOCIATION, 10J State street, Chicago, 111.
WANTED - BY EXPERIENCED BOOK
KEEPER, who can devote part of the day,
small set of books to keep or other clerical work.
Address W. B Dispatch office. oc23-16
WANTED-A POSITION AS BOOKKEEPER,
assistant bookkeeper or traveling sales
man by a youne man of ten (10) years experience;
the best of city reference given. Address G. A.
R., Dispatch office. 0C23-18
WANTED-POSITION AS BOOKKEEPER,
bavlng sold out raj own business and wish
ing to connect myself with a good house; reler
enceor security can be given. Address BOOK
KEEPING, Dispatch office. OC22-S0
WANTED-SITUATION. BY A MAN OF 15
years' business experience: Is qualified to
take charge of the accounts of manntacturersor
contractors; has had experience in buying, selling
and contracting. Address W. F Allegheny, Pa.
FOR A WELL-
ESTABLISHED and Da-rintr business!
(2, uoo to HMO required: to the right man a golden
opportunity is ottered: best of reasons for wanting
a partner. Address C D., Dispatch office. ocU-20
Rooms. H oases, ifcc.
WAN TED-BOO M-WITH OR WITHOUT
board, in a private family, within easy
walking distance or tbe High School: references
required. Address S.B,, Dispatch office. OC23-3S
TTTATED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PBOP
. V ERTY. over ft,O00; 4 per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER ft CO., 82Fourth avenue.
WA N T E D-MOBTGAGES-ON C1TX OB
suburban Improved real estate, in sums of
500 to (20,000 and upward, at lowest rates. ALEX
ANDER ft LEE, 313 Wood St. OC19-39-MWS
it In large and small amounts at 4H. 5 and 6
j:r cent, iree or state tax:
131 Fourth ave.
TTTANTED TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
V V of (3, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4) percent, free of taxi also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK ft BAIRD,
95 Fourth avenue. lett-dtf-D
"TTTANTED MOKTG AGES-IT, 000, C00TO LOAN
v V on city and suburban properties at 4)4, Band
vivt rcuu ana on larms in Auexueo uu "ilr
cent counties at 6 per cent.
uva, iuj xounn avenue.
TTTANTED-TO A.OAN (200,000 ON MOBT-
VV GAGES; (100 and upward at 6 per cent;
(500,000 at i per cent on residences or business
utyueriT; also in aaioining coaaues. a. u.
r J.Cjl Ufl.
, 125 Fourth avenne.
TTTANTED -A LARGE SECOND-HANDED
TV safe In good condition. Address, giving
size Inside and ont and price, P. O. BOX 796.
WANTED-EVERYONE HOLDING CLUB
tickets to call at AUFBEOHT'S ELITE
GALLERY before November L 516 Market st.
TTTANTED-HIGHEST SPOT CASH PRICES
TV paid for second-band furniture, carpets and
honsefiola goods or all kinds. 12U PENN AVE
TTTANTED-TO PURCHASE AN INTEREST
TV In a wholesale produce ana commission
business: references given. Address.J.
WAMED-MEN, WOMEN A ND CHILDREN
to receive the benefit of AUFRECHT'S
ELITE GALLERY club tickets; 10 days more.
516 Market st, 0C22-58
WANTED-GENTLEMEN WHO DESIRE A
wife or a lively correspondent to send their
atdress and stamp to THE AMERICAN CORRE
SPONDING CLUB, Box 643, Clarksburg, W, Va.
TTTANTED TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
VV BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one in the club at II 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX 501, and I will call and snow you the watch.
TTTANTED-PEBSONS TO KNOW THAT BY
V agreeing to pay SI per week you can get
rfsucssiun vi nue goiu or silver watcnes, uiwvao,
ewelry, diamonds, silver ware, etc J. M1TSCH,
rcaeraisc, Aiiegueny, r. sei.-awjrsu
WANTED-BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE,
parents should have their children's photos
taken at AUFRECHT'S POPULAR ELITE GAL
LLRY, 616 Market St.. Pittsburg; cabinets. (1 per
dozen; life-size crayons, (5; come early. ' oc22-53
WANTED-THE PEOPLE TO KNOW THAT
YEAGER ft CO..70 Federal St., 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. 1 hese cabinets will not fade.
"TTTANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
VV TOGRAPHER, 96 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at (1 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised; instan
taneous process. mh!33
FOR. SALE IMPROVED- REAL ESTATE.
FORSALE-AT (2,000-PAYMENTS CAN BE
made a (25 per month, or reasonable terms;
a neat brick bouse, 6 rooms: 1320 Virginia aye.:
send for particulars. W. A. HERRON ft SONS, 80
Fourth ave. ocl2-99-ws
FOR SALE ONLY (8,000 TERMS VERY
easy: for a large, commodious house: 10
rooms: cor. lot, 140x127 ft.: well located on Mt.
Washington. Bee W. A. HERRON ft SONS, 80
Fourth avenue. 0C13-39-WS
"T7IOR SALE-LOCUST ST.,
BET. MAGEE AND
A' Chestnut sts.,
fine new brick dwelling 7 rooms.
bathroom, marble mantels, cemented cellar, both
gases, inside shutters: nou6etJust finished: posses
sion at once; prlce'fieou: (1.000 cash, balance to
sun. aliLicb ajsAiAi-ux, im ooriu ave, .lei. ua.
OR SALE-REDUCED TO (7,000 A MAG-
NIFICENT brick residence. In Duquesne
Heights, containing 8 commodious rooms, 2 large
attic rooms, reception hall, bath room, 2 w. c. 's
stationary wasnsianas, parxor ana nail unisnea in
hardwood, natural gas, beautiful lot, 76x125:
this bargain on easy terms. BLACK ft BAIRD,
95 Fourth avenue. 21-154. oc20-l37
Eaat End Residences.
FOB SALE-DAIRY BT., NEAR LINCOLN
aye.. East End, 2 acres of ground with 2 room
house thereon; good sprlnir of water; a bargain to
an Immediate buyer. BLACK ft BAntD, 95
Fourth ave. 3A-2U 0C21-2
FOR SALE-3,750-E. E.. NEAR FIFTH AVE.
cable road or P. K. K. station; cozy and sub
stantial 2-story 6-room frame dwelling, ball, gas,
water, etc. : lot 48x109: this is a corner property
and-very desirably located: easy terms. SAMUEL
W. BLACK, ft CO., 99 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-(3.500-8YLVAN AVE.-A GOOD
2-story brick of S rooms, wide hall, batb, b.
and c. water, both gases, marble mantels, rooms
newly papered and painted. 2 porches, abontl
acre of ground, with shade trees and shrubbery;
exceeding cheap and reasonable tennk. BLACK
ft BA1KD, 85 Fourth aye. oc20-138
FOR BALE-(50O CASH, REMAINDER ON
exceedingly liberal payments, low rate of in
terest, for a complete brick house 9 rooms: every
'thing complete to smallest details; handsomely
finished and papered; 15 minutes' ride from P. O.
by Fifth ave. cable line. Fur terms see V! A.
HERRON ft SON S, 80 Fourth avenue. OC5-CS-WS
FOR BALESIO-FABRAGUT ST., NEAR
Hiland or btanton aves., E. E., new 2
story modern style frame dwelling, 8 rooms, halL
batb, inside shutters and w.c, range, both gases,
slate mantels, tile nearth, slate roof, etc.; lot
75x268 to a 50-foot street; this property will be sold
at a very low flgnre on account of lll-nealtb of the
owner; terms easy.
QAUUiUi W. JSliACH. Si
CO., WFonrtn ave.
FOB SALE OAKLAND AVE., FIN EST SPOT
on the street, lot 33x120, fine two-story brick
and mansard of 7 large rooms, hall, vestibule,
front and rear stairs, slate mantels throughout,
tile hearths, inside shutters, bay windows, bath
and w.c, chandeliers, cement cellar, fine range,
stationary wash tubs, front and rear porches, ce
ment walks; a complete house in all respects;
(3,000; no less. ALLES ft BAILEY, 164 Fourth
ave. Tel. 167. oc23-61-WS
FOR SALE HAZEL WOOD AVE.. TEN MIN
UTES' walk from station, on line of proposed
electric road; one acre nice laying ground: six
room house, stable, etc.; price (3.K0. CHARLES
SOMERS ft CO., 313 Wood St. OC23-40
FOR BALE (3,500 FOB A , HAZELWOOD
home; a 2-story frame of 7 rooms and finished
attic, ball, washhouse, 2 porches, with well water
on back porch; lot 50x150; covered With fruit.
BLACK ft BAIRD, 95 Fourth aye. 20-307.
FOE SALE-ON BTOCKTON AVE 3-STOBY
brick dwelling: large lot. Fur full particu
lars call on A. D. WILSON, 55 Federals!., Alle
FOR SALE-H800-BRICK HOUSE 8 ROOMS,
hall, porch, range, nat. gas. etc., on Klrk
patrlckave. A. D. WILSON, 65 Federal st, Al
FOR SALE ON JUNIATA ST-8 ROOMS,
modern improvements, and 2 frame houses
In rear: nrlc
nee S5.&0U; wiu sell separate. A. u.
WILSON, 55 Federal St.,
FOR SALE-A HANDSOME NORTH AVE.
residence, corner lot: one of the best loca
tions in Allegheny. For full Information see W.
A. HERRON ft SONS, No. 80 Fonrth ave.
FOR SALE ON FULTON ST., ALLEGHENY
2 brick dwellings, 8 rooms, modern Improve
ments: price (10.000; will sell separate. A. D.
WILSON, 55 Federal St., Allegheny. ocl9-40-uws
FOR 8ALE-?S,C0O FOR AN ALLEGHENY
home; Franklin st., near Bldwell, a good 2
story brick of 8 rooms and attic bath, both gases,
other Improvements: large lot; good neighbor
hood. BLACK ft BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 2B-128.
FOR SALE-IRWIN AVE., ALLEGHENY,
near Pleasant Valley cars, new six-room
bouse: excellent dry cellar: porches; front and
side entrances: water and cas; lot 25x80; place in
nice order; now occupied by owner, but posses
sion can be given at once: price, to prompt buyer,
(2,250. CHARLES SOMERS ft CO., 313 Wood st.
11VUDC VI Jt AVWUSOa IIIVU VUO SA.1B VI Kl wuuu.
ll1f A A 4? 1) VnAMB With A A CI A A rtr A-VAnn:
beautiful site: 5 mluntes from sta. ; will be sold
cheap and on easy terms.
W. E. HAMNETT, 404
FOR SALE-BBUSHTON-HOUSE 5 BOOMS,
(1.7H); good cellar, water, gas, etc. ; lot 29x100;
good location: close to station: small cash Pay
ment, balance long tune. CHARLES SOMEBS
ft CO., 313 Wood St. OC23-40
FOR SALE-HANDSOME RESIDENCE, HOME
ave., Bellevne, P., Ft. W. ft O. B. B., 8 min
utes from station: complete house, 14 rooms, all
modern improvements; large, well-kept grounds
covered with fruit trees: lot 140x200 feet; will sell
cheap. SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth
T7IOKSALE-INSEWICKLEY, AT REDUCED
A.1 price and on easy terms, a brick dwelling of
10 rooms, batb, laundry and modern conven
iences; large lot 47x203 on Broad St., near Station,
P. O. and stores: the best place in Sewlckley for
a city bu9lnes3man;lmmedlate possession. A. W.
ADAIR, Penn ave.. Boom 70s, Fenn Building.
T7IOR SALE-A GOOD STOBE BOOM, 7 BRICK
JJ dwellings. Ice houses and outbuildings, etc,
and over an acre of land at Hotton, Pa., on the
A. V. R. B., on the opposite corner from railroad
station; property of the estate of Hannah F.
Davles, dee'd; all to be sold by order of the Or-
8 bans Court at public sale onThursday afternoon,
ctober24, at 3 o'clock on the premises; this Is an
excellent point for business, one of the best stands
in the place, on account of nearness to the rail
road depot, etc; terms at sale or IromJAS. W.
DRAPET ft CO., Agents and Auctioneers, 129
Fonrth avenue, Pittsburg. ocl9-79-MWThB
ING. 75, 77 and 79 Diamond st. Engravings of
buildings, machinery, portraits, cuts for cata
logues, etc.: reproductions ofpen and Ink draw
ings, wood cut prints, manuscripts, etc.; print
ing, binding, blank books; etc, seHS-WB
FOE SALE-ON FOURTH AVE., ADJOINING
tbe Dollar Bank, lot 43x85 ft, : mnst be sold to
settle an estate.
HEBRON ft SONS, No.
80 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-NEAR NEW ELECTBIC BOAD,
lot 36x150 ft, on Center ave.,Tentb Ward: a
improvements are being made in the vicinity,
property is increasing in value, and if bought at
once this plat will be sold at a low price and on
easy terms. A. AV. ADAIR, room 70, Penn bldg..
Penn ave. oe23-25-ws
East End Lots.
FOB SALE-(50O EACH FOR OAKLAND
lots, Frazlcr and Booth sts.; gas and water
on street. BLACK ft BAIRD, 95 Fonrth ave.
FOB SALE (650-4JN EASY TEEMS-BEACTl-FULLY
located at Homewood station. P. R.
K.. 25x100 feet each. See W. A. HERRON A SONS,
80 Fourth avenue. OC15-80-WS
FORSALE-(L1CO-EASY TERMS, FRANKS
TOWN ave- near Brushton, a-nlce level lot
60x150, covered with trait trees. BLACK ft
BAIRD, 95 Fonrth ave. 3A.30L oc2M39
FOB SALE-ON LINDEN AVE.. 'NEAR PENN
aye., beautiful building lot, 98x120 to 20-fopt
alley; good neighborhood
Ignoornooa: sixeet sewereu; umy
LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth aye.
I7I0K SALE-OAKLAND AVE. LOTS. 30X100,
X? nicely elevated above the street; flagstone,
sidewalk and paved street: convenient to cable
road, and very reasonable price. BLACK ft
BAIRD, 95 Fourth aye. 2D-2li
T7OR SALE LOTSI LOTS1 LOTSI-
JD Grove plan, with tbe Improvements now an-
der way will make this tbe finestresldence plot in
the East End; now is the time to buy. See MEL
LON BROS., East End, or JNO. F. BAXTER,
Agent, 511 Smithfield St. oc20-58-WSBU
Fm BALE-NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE
a lot for Investment or home In the Villa
Park plan: this property is rapidly enhancing in
value, and to secure a lot at present low prices,
purchasers must act quick. JOHN F. BAXTER,
Agent, 512 Smithfield st. oc20-60-uwT
OB -SALE-LOT'S AT
AT GLEN WOOD, NEAR
ded streets, sidewalks, city
lor sale (1. 350. (L 750. (2. 0CO,
water, houses and lots
ten per cent cash, balance on monthly payments:
Second Ave. Electric Hallway will pass In front of
these lots; B. ft O. Railroad fare monthly tickets,
h'A cents per trip: 12 minutes from Smithfield st
GEORGE C. BUBO WIN, 150 Fonrth ave.
TTlOR SALE FINE BUILDING LOT-FBONT-
1NG 25H ft. on Avery
parks, will be sold cheap.
wui ne soia
105 Fonrth ave.
W. MCNEILL ft
FOR SALE-LOT 14SX10O, LACOCBTST., 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 the north
side of Lacock st. by loo feet deep to a street ad
jacent to West Penn Railroad; very eligible prop
erty for manufacturing purposes; terms, one
fourth cash and balance in three yearly payments.
A. LEGGATE ft SON, Auctioneers. 0C16-74
FOR SALE-AT EDGEWOOD, LOT 218X185;
7 minutes' from station: S2,6O0;eaay terms. W.
E. UAMN KIT, 404 Smithfield st. OC23-23,
FOB SALE-AT EDGEWOOD, 2 LOTS 50x150
each; 7 minutes' fromsta.: price (550 each.
W. E. HAMNETT, 404 Smithfield St. OC23-23
FOR BALE-A FEW LARGE LOTS IN THE
most beautiful part of Craft on; price (350 and
less: (50 down, balance on long time. J. B. MUR
PHY, office opposite station, Crafton.
I7IOR 8ALE-AT EDGEWOOD-4 LOTS. EACH
: 40x145 feet, and one lot 50x155; 2 minutes' from
station: will be sold together for (4,700: easy
terms: good Investment. W. E. HAMNETT, 404
Smithfield St. OC23-23
F)B SALE INGRAM. P., C. ft ST. L. BY..
Just at the station, &i acres of line land with
young orchard; would divide into lots to good ad
vantage and meet rapid sales. For a good invest
ment don't miss getting full particulars at
BLACK ft BAIBD'S. 95 Fourth aye. OC20-13S
FOR SALE-A .DESIRABLE FAKM OF 100
acres and farm building, IS miles from city,
at Glbsonla. on P. ft W. B.H. W. A. HERRON
ft SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. oe2-39-wr
FOB SALE-FABM 30 ACBES, 2-STORY
frame house, 9 rooms, good barn; best fruit
place on llneof Fort Wayne road; lj mile from
Salem. ED WITTlsn, 410 Grant St.. Pittsburg.
Pa. ' OC23-D
FOR BALE-FABM-TO ANY CAPITALIST,
either lady or gentleman, that wishes to buy
one of the finest Improved farms in the State of
Kentucky; price, (65,000: It contains over TOO
acres, and as l nave a personal knowledge of it
and tbe surrounding country, I will give a guar
anteed, truthful statement of the facta to any per
son wishing to Investigate, wholsableandwlUIng
to buy, trail be found correct. Call on or address
LEVI J. JEFFRIES, BeUevernon, Fayette Co., Pa.
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
T710BSALE-COK.BOS3 STREET- AND FIRST
JJ avenue, a good business location: can be
bought cheap. See W.
. HERRON ft BONS, 80
TJIOB SALE-AN ESTABLISHED LEGITIMATE
V business: small capital required : good reason
ror selling. Address CHANCE, Dispatch office.
T7OB 8ALE A GOOD PAYING GENERAL
X' store at a oargam: storeroom and dwelling.
For particulars address
S. P. POOBBAUGH,
FOE SALE-DBUG STOBE IN CITY OF 15.000
pop. la Northwestern Pa,, under leading
hotel; stock and business worth (4,000, will sell for
s,ow casn: owner nas nusiness in ine Jasz. Aa-
iress SACRIFICE, Dispatch office.
FIB SALE-RETAIL GBOCEBY-ON ONE OF
the best streets in Allegheny; stock, fixtures
and goodwill of a retail grocery; average month
ly sales (2,000; stock (3,500 to (4.000: a good paying
trade; special reasons for selling. Apply to C
M. PENNOCK ft BON, No. 105 Fonrth ave.
TJIOB 8ALE-3 FINE BAKERIES AND CON
X FECT10NERIES,ln excellent locations, large
grocery store in Pittsburg, (9,000 or invoice, doing
yearly business of (100,000; smaller grocery stores,
(400 to (5,000; cigar stores, small bakeries, confec
tioneries, boarding houses, drygoods and notion
stores, feed store, printing office and many other
business chances for males or females: free par
tlcnlars. BHEPARD ft CO.. 54 Fifth ave. oc3
FOR SALE-OLD ESTABLISHED AND BE
muneratlve cotton-mill, with machinery, all
In complete order; 68 cards, 156 looms, 5,200
spindles, 21,000 square feet in main building:
picker house, cloth bouse, drying house, dye
houses, cotton house, store houses, 39 tenements,
etc., 6a acres, good water power, abundant sup
ply of water; within 130 miles of New York,
sccessiDie or ran ana water; cost over auu,uuu;
price suow. run.Lirs cc wells,
Building, New York City.
Horses. Vehicles. Lire Stock, dec
FOB SALE SECOND-HAND BAROUCHE,
as good as new. Can be seen at C. WEr A
CO. '8, Carriage Makers, 420 Duquesne way, Pitts
burg, Pa. oclo-26
Machinery ana Metals.
FOB SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
and refitted: repairing promptly attended to.
PORTER FOU ND B Y AN DM ACH1N E CO.. LIM;,
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29
FOR BALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
bailers; all sizes and styles kept in stock, from
4tolOOh. p. tall refitted: good as new, at lowest
prices: mounted portable engines, 8 to 25 h. p.
23-25 Park way. J . S. Y O UN G, Allegheny, Pa. -Ja3-92-MWT
TjWB BALE - HOISTING ENGINES, NEW
JU and second band; wire and manllla rope, der
rick and fittings, hoisting tubs and cars, clay and
ore nans, euzlnes. boilers and
pans, engines. Doners ana macninery.
THOMAS CABLIN 'B SONS, Lacock and Sandusky
sts., Allegheny. suS-17-mwf
POB SALE-GBOCEBY F1XTUBES AND
! stock. Address N. H. D.. Dispatch office.
FOR SALE OUTFIT FOR A GBOCEBY
store; shelving, counter, blnns, stove, etc,
formerly used in George Bolls' store. Liberty and
Ferry sts. Inqnlre 71 FOUBTH AVEN UE, Pltts
LOST-BEVENUE STAMPS-FINDER WILL
be liberally rewarded by returning them to
the REVENUE OFFICE. OC23-5
ITBAYED OB STOLEN-2 COWS-1 DURHAM
)and I Alderney from the premlsesof subscriber,
alias aye.. East End. Proper reward will be
paid for their return. J. Z. BPEEB. oc23-l6
PEBSONAL TO YOUB INTEREST TO CALL
immediately at AUFBECHT'S ELITEOAL
LEBY, if you bold a club ticket. 618 Market st.
PERSONAL-MALTBY'S OYSTEB DEPOT,
late 78 Fifth avenue, removed to 641 Smlth
rield street; fresh oysters received daily: orders
nUed at lowest prices. J. B. HEMMERLE, Mgr.
PERSONAL-BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKSl
New and old, ancient and mouern. standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30,000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STOBE. 900
Liberty st. anJ-93
PERSONAL-PATRICK CARLIN-IN FORMA
TION wanted of Patrick carlln, who left
New York City about IS years ago, and Is supposed
to have gone to Pittsburg; anyone knowing bis
whereabouts please write to his brother, PHILIP
CABLIN, 329 Third St., San Francisco, CaL
PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURN ED; recently tbey bad not been on the
best of terms owing to a little family Jar occa
sioned by the wife insisting on being allowed to
renovate his wearing apparel, ana 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; 05
Fifth ave., corner Wood St., second floor, and
now everything is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns In. their household. Telephone MM.
TO LET-NEAB HEAET OF CETY-A JTB3T
CLAS3 house 9 rooms: fine order; rent Terr
low, (87 to per mo. W. A. HEREON ft SONS, 80
Fourth aye. oc20-82-nw
TQ LET-ON FEDERAL ST., NEAEWYLIE
are., brick house of seven rooms, bathroom
and natural gas,
THUS. LIGGETT. kNa III
TO LET-ROSS ST. NEAB PARK. (-STORY
brick dwelling, 11 rooms, bath and c. : hand
somely painted and papered: first-class location
for roomers or boarders. SAMUEL VV. BLACK
ft CO.. 99 Fourth ave. OC19-G6-MWS
East End Residences.
TO LET-ON PENN AVE., NEAB BEBECCA
St., 5-roomed brick cottage: good nelghbc-
(15 per mo. THOS. LIGGETT. No. 114
TOXET-ON PENN AVE., NEAR BEBECCA
St., brick bouse of 7 rooms, bathroom, nat
ural gas, etc.; good neighborhood: reduced rent
till April L THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth
LET HOJSE OF 14 ROOMS. STABLE
and outbulldlnss: lance grounds: on Negley
avenue, near Penn avenue cable cars. Inquire of
bmoi uuBittia,aiuiiverK0Deri3 wire ix).,
mo LET-BENT VEBY LOW-GOOD HOUSE
JL 10 rooms, on Sheffield, near Bldwell st., Alle
gheny. W. A. HEBRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth aye.
TO LET-FINE UNFURNISHED BOOMS FOB
housekeeping on Liberty, Penn and Ferry
streets; 39-room hotel, with store rooms: both
gases. Inquire of S. MUdGBAVE. 44 Fourth,
TO LET-LABGE i-STOEY BB1CK. WAKE
HOUSE with large elevators: central loca
tion, suitable for storage purposes or carriage
factory: Twelfth street near Union station. Ap
ply at T. MELLON ft SON'S BANK. 512 Smlth-
Offices. Deslt Room, dfcc
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING. 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two or the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be round in the
city; rent, (200 and (300 per annum. Including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam heating.
Apply between 10 A. X. and 1 r. M., or between
2 and 4 P. M. Jy-3-67
The greatest inducements to get houses for
permanency or speculation yet offered. WnyT
PLAN OF LOTS.
On the Monongahela Division, p. R, R., are so
situated that they are easy of access (every
hour In the day) to three or four of the largest
manufacturing works in Allegheny county,
and they '
CAN BE BOUGHT ON FAIR TERM&
49-Qood chance for steady-work at the
Howard Plate Glass Works, Allegheny Besse
mer Steel Works and Duquesne Tube Works,
J. R. 'WYLIE,
Or No. 8 Wood street. Room 6, Pittsburg.
ROBERT J. BURDETTE
Will lecture In Old City Hall, Friday evening
of this week. This la the first of the Members'
Course of the Youna Men's Christian Associa
tion. The other dates for the season are:
Nor. S3, MTJNDKLL SISTERS VOCAL
Dec. 27, LOTUS GLEE CLTJB OF BOSTON.
Jan. 24, PROF. J. W. CHURCHILL, READ
INGS. Feb. 28, H. H. RAGAN, ILLUSTRATED
March 23, ROYAL HAND-BELL RINGERS
A five-dollar sustaining membership ticket
In the Association gives admission, with a lady,
to ail of tbe above as well as to gymnasium,
evening classes, and other privileges at the
Association. Building. Any youne man of
stood moral character Is eligible to member
shin. Persons not members will bo admitted upon
payment of GO cents each at the door. oc23-33
pOL. J. W. PATTERSON POST, NO. 1ST.
Continuation of the Exposition at the Fair
of CoL J. W. Patterson Post, No. 151, at
Salisbury Hall, Southside, every evening:
The wonderful phonograph and many other
exhibits of tbe late Exposition to be seen at
Admittance 10 cents. oc22-47
ACROSS THE CONTINENT.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE-TO-NIGHT,
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday,
LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY.
October 28, Roland Reed in
THE WOMAN HATER. oc21-13
HARRI8' THEATER EVERY AFTER
NOON and evening.
DANIEL BOONE. THE PIONEER.
Week October 28 Gray and Stephens, oc-20
SARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
light, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and
OC20-20 SPECIALTY COMPANY.
ESTATE OF GEORGE ZIEG, DECEASED
Notice is hereby civen that letters testa
mentary on the estate of George Zieir have been
granted to the undersigned, to whom all per
sons inaeotea to saiu estate are requestea to
make immediate payment, and those having
claims against tbe same should make tbem
known without delay. CAROLINE ZIEG, No.
72 Third street. Allegheny City. oc5-4
CHAS. W.DAHLINGER.V Attorney-at-Law.
87 Diamond street.
ESTATE OF PETER HERDT. DECEASED
Notice Is hereby civen that letters testa
mentary on tbe above estate have been granted
to the nndersigned,to whom all persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make Immedi
ate payment, and those -having claims against
tbe same shonld make thent known without de
lay. . PHHJPBP1EHL, Executor.
ocg-14-W 146 Ohio St., Allegheny.
81 AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-7-D
THIRD AVE- UPSTATRR.
Genta shoes setea and bested in IS minutes
for 75 cease. ... '. . -t ' .-:
Fla work to tbe jMf. 3j KtiW&lVt
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THATTHK
XH report of viewers on the grading aad par
Egof Dresden Alley, from Fifty-second stree
to McCaadless street, has been approved by
Councils, which actios will be final, unless aa
appeal is filed in tbe Court of Common Pleaa
within ten (10) days from date.
Chief of Department of Publio Worfcg.
PrrrSBTrao. pa.. Oct 17, 188K oci7-W
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THJS
.LN report of viewers on the gradinn of WaH.
ingford street, from Neville street to Bartoa
street, and Grazier street, from Fifth avenue)
to Homewood avenue, has bees approved by
Councils, which action will be final, nalew aa
appeal is filed in the Court of Common Pleaa
within ten (10) days from date.
Chief of Department of Public Work.
rrrrSBtmo. Pa October 17, 1889. oeI7-3r
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THIS
report of Viewers on the damages eaasedf
by the grading of Grazier street. Irora Fiftfe
avenue to Homewood avenue, has bees ap
proved by Councils, which action will be SaaL
unless an appeal is filed in tbe Conn of Com
mon Pleas within ten (10) days from data.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PrrTSBTOo. Pa October 17. 1886. oeXl-91
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TH'
reports of Viewers on tbe grading; pavtsg
and curbing of Fifth avesne, from Penn ave
nue toFrankstownavenne, and Negley area,
from Hampton street to Roup street, have ben
approved by Councils, which actios wfil fee)
final, unless an appeal is filed In the Court ot
Common Fleas within ten (10) aays from data.
Chief of Department of Public Worki.
Pittsburg, Pa., October 17. 1888!. oeI7-3T
"VrOTICE W HEREBY GIVEN THAT 1
V( Bureau of Health of the city of PMts
burg has this day established and prevtaed,
and does hereby designate the foot of Seven
teenth (17) street, in tbe city of Pittsburg, at
the Allegheny river, and Clark's dumpboftt,
immediately above the north end of the South
Tenth street bridge, in thedtyof Pittsteajg.
on the Monongahela river, as the places where)
are to be received and deposited tbe contests
of all privies as they shall from time to time be
cleaned and emptied, and all other oSeasiv)
substances found upon tbe public highway
THOMAS W. BAKER,
Superintendent of the Bureau of Health.
VTOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT THK
Xl reports of Viewers on the opening"' o
Omaha r;reet, from Bigham street to Uemati'
street; Emily street, from Craft avenae ts
Halket .ureet; Felicia alley, from Martha t ,
street to the city line; Zenith alley, frets
Felicia alley to Formosa alley, and Ecru aBey.
from Felicia alley to Formosa alley, have bees
approved by Councils, which action wftl be
final nnless an appeal is filed in the Court of
Common Pleas within ten (10) days from state.
Chief of Department of Public Wes.
Pittsburg, Pa., October 17, 1888. oe!7-W
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT 1SB
reports of Viewers on the constraetlea ot,
sewers on Meyran street, from crown betweea.
Louisa and Bates streets to Louisa street sewer;'
Carey alley, from South Twenty-Biata street to
a point 450 feet westwardly; Fifth street, Item
Liberty avenue to the Allegheny rrver. aaa'
Fifth avenne, from Ambsrson avesno ta a
point west of Moorhead's lane, have been ap
proved by Councils, which action wBI be 9f,
unless an appeal is filed in tbe Court of Co-
nion arieaa. witnin ten iiui aays irora oate,, . . 4r
Chief of Department of PubUe Vsml1 s
PrrrsBUEO, Pa, October 17, 1888. ,-,. -
T7-IEWERS' REPORT , "
On the opening of Mapla street, from Me- 'v
Lam street to Lillian street. , .. '
To the Select and Common Councils of taa aits;
of Pittsburg: '
The undersigned viewers of street la prove
ments in the city of Pittsburg, appointed by
the Court of Common Pleas of AUogaeny
county and authorized by an ordinanee pasted ,
on the 17th day of October. A.D. 1887, a eeyf of
whicbis .hereto attached, to appraise the inm .
ages sustained in the opening of Maple street;
from McLain street to Lillian street, ia, ,'
tne city or. .rntwrarg, ana maze aa aa
ment therefor under the provisteaa
and in accordance with aa aat
Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pi
nla. entitled "An act authorizing: aael
Councils of cities of the second class ta
viae for the Improvement of streats,
alleys and public highways, sowers aaa
walks, reauirintr plans of streets, pp
the appointment of a Board of View era ot
log appeals to Conncils and Court, riovldHttti J
for the assessment and collection of OMMst
and benefits, authorizing the use of . ssrJBssW"-
property and providing .for mbsg
reeulatiazuroceedtaHts thereon, and s
the use of nubile streets, withoat aa!
Councils." approved the 14th day of Jeae
D.. 1SB7; respectf oily report:
That, having been first duly sworn and nia-M
fled according; to law. they proceeded ,ia ska
manner and according to the direcfloBS of sssa
act to discharge the duties of their appotat
ment; and having given the aotieesrasjasrasl'
by said act, they viewed the prestos aast
beard an the allegations and evidence at !
several parties claiming damages, aact aWsr t
full consideration thereof, find that aa uim
of property has sustained any damage by sea
son of said improvement; that, after assay- ,.
tainlng the. whole amount of casts, tay sitiifg ,
an assessment ot tbe same upoa tee iiiupiislsi' .
benefited by said improvement, and eaasssSst '
plan to be made, and prepared a statemnmyis)i
required by said act. and having give a
owner of each lot tea days' notiee of Sao I
and place of meeting, they met oa the lata
ot uctooer. &.u. isev, as ine ones ot
Board of Viewers. In the city of Fr
heard, ail complaints and evidence, aad.
fall consideration tcereoz, present tae
log report, snowing tae amount eaea p
holder is entitled to pay as the proper
tion of said cost;
Printing ordinances and notices $
Printing viewers report.
Making plans and serving notices.....
ASSBS3EU. ' " ;
MxnlA street, east side, from MeLaJa M JssVS
Ban " ,
Samuel Simpson, 49.67 feet. $ 1 45
Charles C. Evans. 4&67feet.t
John Thomas, 49.67 feet
Charles B. Simpson (50), 74.86 feet.....
Mary C Brown, 74.61 feet
T.J.Perry, 14.85 feet. '
Joseph Fisher. 37,38 feet.....
John Wilurs (50), 87.10 feet.
v. L Love. 4H.t ieet z w
W.D. Thomas. 24.97 feet 1"
Louis Mossbrook.Z4.17 feet...;. , I Jit!
Robert McBride. 49.94 feet .2 41 j
Margaret Peel (60). JJ9.8Bfeet 3
Andrew Binder (2), 117.5 feet 141.
Robert W. Kennedy, 37.21 feet ,1 SLJ
Richard Best, 38.82 feet 1 ,
C. Altenberger. 24.5 feet If!
Phllomena Helm. 21.5 feet ;...... 1 i
O'Leary, 23,5 feet I'M!
W. S. Bovd. 77.45 feet ' ' ?
Mrs. P. DBanks, 26.81 feet .
A. H. Kaufman, 26.81 feet....
Mrs. Mosrusb, oLH feet '.
H. M. H.Mosrusfa, 26.81 feet.,
O. a and W. B. Lindsay, 6LS4 feet....
AUentown Baptist Mission, 59 ieet.. . .
E. T. Shifter, 26 feet
Henry Kalkofl; 25 teet
L. Evans, 25 feet
A. C. Jarre tt, 26 feet
Thomas F. Spain. 25 feet
Anna B. Boyd, 50 feet ..
Bertha Batcn37.5 feet s.
W.W.Kennedy, 37.5 feet........ .....
Fred. Smith. 49.68 feet. .3.
Olella Hoffman (48), 99.34 Ieet... ....
Henry Nease, 49.77 feet :li...
David Rankin. 49.77 feet
Ed. Williams. 24.89 feet
Cbas. Lowe, 21.88 feet
A. Hunter. 49.77 feet,
iLBonnett, 49.77 feet
T.Thompson, 49.77 feet
Mrs. a Raybnrn (125L 319.51 reet
Allen Sub. Dist. School (98). 1473 feet.
Becond Pros. Church (Trustees) la
trust, 71 feet 9i
C.H. Love, 73.5 feet.. itilSl
G. Bechter (24). 119.03 eet.
Thos. 8. Maple, 29.09 feet...
W. McLaughlin, 25 feet
Elizabeth Otway, 25 feet....
Eliza Payne, 25 feet ,
John D. Thomas, 25 feet....
B. Wolff, Jr., 126 feet.
r Yxr.ic f s .....
J f- ,-V J
Joseph Graff, 26 feet........
A If tTl.nrf... CUE fsA,
Joseph P. Caldwell, 37.5 feet..... !,'
Joseph a Garland,3L5feet....;. ;'!
Bernard Droecer. 81 ieet.... . . 1
M.T.Jones.36 feet ; rim
EDWARD JAY ALLEN,
TIMOTHY O'LEARYAJk J
PrrTSBOBa. October 26, 1889.
f V WwWll
Continued on Sixth At
Council. 147, Jr. O. U. A- M. wW balssjfl
THIS EVENING In their ban at7.te3Sjf
O. U. A-M.
action on me aeaui oi ore. j amea rstt,
IS Star Lodge No. 34, LO. O. F.. am.
qnestea to assemnie a. meuDHma
at 11:46 a. x. sharp, to attead taa
Bro. .Alex P. Newton, at xaassMia.
leaves the station at a a'eteefc. eMrl
By o4er of I 1 JLH
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