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i THE? PITTSBURG' DISPATCH, SUNDAY,- OCTOBER 27," 1889;
Christ's Broad Interpretation of the
" Fourth Commandment.
ifiOW THE SABBATH IS BROKEN.
""Why the SeTenth Day Was Set Apart as a
Day of Rest
1 LAW WRITTEN UPON NATURE'S FACE
rsrmiTTEN for tub oispatcb.1
There is one of the commandments which
nearly all good Christian people are in the
habit of breaking once every week. I mean
the fourth. The fourth commandment is
perfectly plain. There is no excuse to be
found for us in that direction. There are
no disputed readings in the text of it, nor
any obscurity, nor any ambiguity about it.
"We know well enough that this command
ment sets down for us two entirely unmis
takable duties: "Ye are to set apart a cer
tain day, and we are to keep that day in a
certain manner. As a matter of fact, we
neither keep that day, nor do we observe
even the day which we have put in its place
in that manner.
'The seventh day," the commandment
says, "is theSabbath of the Lord thy God."
2fo kind of arithmetic, no kind of almanac
can make seven equal to one, nor the sev
enth mean the first, nor Saturday mean
And upon this seventh day "thou shalt
do no manner of work; thou and thy son,
and thy daughter, thy man-servant and thy
maid-servant, thy cattle and the stranger
that is within thy gates." Let us even sup
pose, for a moment, that when the Bible
says Saturday it means Sunday. Even so,
who can plead innocent? "Wherever there
is fire in a cooking-stove to-day there is the
lonrth commandment broken. "Whoever
goes to church to-day in his own carriage,
or in the people's carriage the cars, steam
cars or cable cars breaks the fourth com
mandment. "Whoever is interested in a mill
where men work on Sunday is just as much
guilty of a violation of the fourth command
ment as the men who work. The opening
of a puolic conservatory or reading-room,
the running of a summer excursion train,
the consequent necessity for work these
BREAK THE SABBATH OAT.
The fact is that we are all Sabhath break
ers, every one of us.
Christ was a Sabbath-breaker, the Jews
said. "It came to pass," we read, "as He
went into the house of one of the chief Phari
sees to eat bread on the Sabbath-day, that
they watched Him." They watched Him,
because they fully expected that He would
"break the Sabbath. He had many times al
ready done things upon that day which went
straight in the face of the fourth command
ment, so the men of thatgeneration thought.
And, sure enough, "behold, there was a cer
tain man before Him which bad the dropsy."
And it was written down somewhere in the
24 dreary chapters which the Rabbis had oc
cupied with their expoundings of the law of
the Sabbath, that one of the works which
was forbidden in that comprehensive phrase,
"no manner of work," was the exercise of
healinc. And so, here was a man in need,
here was a deed which called for Christ's do
inr of it: this was one alternative. And
here were the watching scribes, reciting the
law over to themselves, and waiting to see
what He would do. They stood on the oth
er side. TTpononehand,a man; upon the oth
er hand, the Sabbath. Christ hesitated nut.
Straightway he pnt aside all that the Babbis
had taught, and helped that man. Saying
here, perhaps, as he said another time say
ing it at least by his significant action
"The Sabbath was made for man, not man
for the Sabbath."
Everyone who interprets a law in a large
way runs the risk ot being a sinner to him
who interprets it in a small way. The letter
is always striving with the spirit, and the
temporary with the eternal, and the local
with the broad and universal.
There are two elements within this fourth
commandment, two plain parts. There is
an eternal and universal principle, and
there is a local and temporary application
of it. There is God's part and there is
man's part. The two parts show them
selves tne more distinctly if we accept the
opinion of scholars that the ten command
ments, or the "ten words," as they are
called in the Bible, were originally as brief,
all of them, as several of" them are still.
This fourth commandment, for instance, is
recorded twice in tne Old Testament, and
IN A DIFFERENT "WAT.
"We are ail familiar with the wording of it
in the twentieth chapter of Exodus, but this
is how it stands in the fifth chapter of
Deuteronomy: "Keep the Sabbath day to
sanctify it, as the Lord they God hath com
manded thee. Six davs thou shalt labor
and do all thy work, but the seventh day is
the Sabbath of the Lord thy God; in it thou
shalt not do any work, thou, nor thv son nor
thy daughter" and the rest of the'list as it
is given in Exodus "that thy man-servant
and thy maid-servant may rest as well as
thou! And remember that thou wast a ser
vant in the land of EgyDt, and that the
Lord thy God brought thee out thence
through a mighty hand and by a stretched
out arm: therefore Ihe Lord thy God com
manded thee to keep the Sabbath day."
The resting of God from the act of making
the universe is not mentioned. The deliver
ance out of Egypt is put in the place of it.
TJidGod write the commandments in two
versions? Did the chronicler make a mis
take? Is the Exodus way the true reading,
or the Deuteronomy way? Or isiit this:
that God gave the commandments and
Hoses set his conmentary beside them?
"Bemember that thou keep holv the Sab
bath day." That, 1 take it, is the whole of
the original fourth commandment. The rest
was added by way of explaining and applv
ing. Here is the statement of the eternal
i will of God. This tenches us. and claims
- obedience from us to-day; while the rest,
written for the Jews, has gone out with
" the old sacrifices, and with all else which was
merely provincial and temporary in the Old
The word "holv" means "separate." The
word "Sabbath" means "rest." Set aside a
day of rest; that is what God commands, in
the fourth commandment.
The two versions of tne fourth command
ment agree in selecting for th'is rest day one
day out of seven. And whether this provis
ion was written or not upon the tablets of
stone, it is written plainly enough upon the
nature of man. Best is an eternal necessity
for man. A stated rest is a necessity eqally
lasting and universal.
one dat nr seven
Is the best of all possible arrangements.
That is what experience says, setting its
testimony here beside the commandment
They tried the experiment at the French
Be volution, as everybody knows, of separat
ing ont one day from ten. And they found
thai men could not stand that. Thev found
that it was needful for the well-being of that
nation that the old law should stand.
Now out of the Old Testament into the
Hew comes every word of teaching which is
true eternally. And nothing else lasts.
"We read the Book of Psalms continually,
and the Book -of Leviticus very rarelv.
"Why? TVhy, because these psalms are full
of truth wh'ch is eternal, which was true
then, is true now, and will be true in heaven;
while these elaborate services and ceremon
ies have done their part and are worn out.
They were true for men once; they fitted
men once, just as the coats which we wore
when we were 2 years old fitted us when
we were 2 years old. They fit us no longer;
we hare outgrown them.
Even out of the commandments come
down to us only those parts of them whose
truth and application are as wide as the
universal sky. And whatever was only
wide enough to reach from the Valley of the
Jordan to the shore of the Great Sea, and
from Dan down to Beersheba, and no
farther, ..that .concerns us not that was
meant for Jews.
"We Kprmrate. accordingly, in this fourth
commandment, between the temporary and I
the permanent Two things, evidently, are
set iorth here which are to last These are
the principles of stated rest and the separa
tion of one day out of seven. These were
built upon foundations laid so broad and
deep in human nature that they must last
The other duty, however, which is set forth
in the commandment, has passed away. I
mean the selection, among the seven days, of
THE JEWISH SABBATH.
There are two good reasons given, one in
each of the versions, why the Jews should
hallow Saturday. It was a reminder of the
making of the world. It said once every
week to every Israelite: God made you.
That is a goo'd thing for a day to say to a
man. It was a reminder also of the escape
out of bondage. You were slaves, it said,
you were bondsmen in Egypt; now you are
tree. In this meaning of it the Sabbath was
for the Jews a sort of Fourth of July every
Saturday. It stood for liberty.
Now, those were good reasons for the
setting apart of the seventh day out of the
seven, just so long as they were good rea
sons; and not a day longer. "When there
were better reasons attaching to another
day; that old obligation ceased. The Son of
God upon the first day of the week won the
victory of victories. He conquered death
on that day; that meant all that the old
Sabbath had meant, and a great deal more.
''God made you," said the old Sabbath.
"God loves you," aid the new Sabbath.
That was better. "Sou are free from that
bondage under the dominion of
Pharaoh," said the old Sabbath. "Yes. and
from that harder bondage under the devil
and sin and death," said the new Sabbath.
That was better. That was so much better
that by a kind of immediate impulse and
instinct men who had learned these blessed
Easter truths began keeping the new day.
"The Lord's Day," they called it They
waitedhot for the decree of any council.
They waited not for any formal abrogation
of that old commandent The Sabbath of
the old time faded away just as effectually
and just as naturally as the moon fades
away out of the sky when the sun begins to
shine. For a time men kept it. Kept both
days together. But it got more and more
dim, just as the moon gets paler.
It was recognized as belonging to the night
which was past At last St Paul says,
"Let no man judge you in respect to the
Sabbath days." Let no man hold that we
Christians are bound to keep them. If any
man will keep them, he may. Whoever
will may keep both, but that old command
ment, in the local and temporary part of it,
is henceforth Dinding upon no man's con
science. That was the position of St. Paul.
And then, as parties rose in the church,
some on the side of narrowness and some on
the side of breadth and progress, the old
Sabbath became a party badge, for a little
while, and then passed awav altogether.
(Only that which was eternal lasted.
NATIONAL GUARD NOTES.
Lieutekaxt Pkttit, of "West Point Mili
tary Academy, spent a few days in the city dur
ing the weak on business.
During the latter part of November, the
"Washington Infantry will give a number of en
tertainments at Old City Hall.
W. F. Reed, formerly a member of tne local
guard, wbo has been livinc in Denver for some
time, is back on a visit to friends In this city.
Colonel W. E. Merrill, of the Engineers'
Department of the United States Army, spent
several days in the city dnring the week.
Colonel Merrill is considered an expert in his
The members of Company I, of McKeesport,
who had not already qualified as sharpshoot
ers, contested yesterday for a handsome gold
medal, which had beeu presented for that pur
pose by Captain Coon.
A NUMBER of members of Battery B were on
the range at Saltworks yesterday, and some of
them sneceeded in making the requisite quali
fing score-i. The regular drill night of the
battery has been changed from Monday to
Invitations were issued during the week
for the wedilingof Hospital Steward Fred
Eggers, of the Eighteenth Regiment The
happy event takes place November 7, at
Trinity Chnrch, and the boys are wishing him
a bright future.
Cadet Charles J. Reed, of. this city, who
has been at West Point Military Academy for
some time, is home on a sick leave, having re
cently been injured in an artillery drill. One
of his classmates was run over by a gun car
riage and killed in the same accident
Adjutant General Hastinos advocates
a popular subscription among members of the
National Guard of this State for the purpose
ot erecting a monument to the memory of
General Hartranft. A circular will Drobablv
be issued to that effect during the coming
at the close of the fiscal year there were
439,725 pensioners of the United States,drawlng
$64,246,552, or an average of 131.18 each. If
these were all fighting men, and had that
amonnt of money to spend on equipment, we
should have an army of European proportions
ready to take the field.
The floral tribute sent by the officers of the
Eighteenth Regiment to the luneral of General
Hartranf ;, last Monday, was one of the largest
and finest floral pieces that ever left this city.
It represented the regimental badge with the
letters D. G. in the center, and stood nearly
five feet high. It was the only token sent by
auy legiuieiiL, &iraut? to bay.
The commission of Captain R. V. A Sim
mons of Company H, Eighteenth Regiment
expires to-day. An election to fill the vacancy
has been ordered for next Tuesday evening at
8 o'clock, and will probably be held by Lieu
tenant Colonel Rutledge. Captain Simmons
will be re-elected to the position for five years
more and it is thought without opposition.
Major Samuel Hazlett, Brigade In
spector of Rifle Practice, and Adjutant Hayes,
of the Tenth Regiment Put in a day last week
at the rifle range at Morgan's Crossing; Lieu
tenant Hayes qualified with a score of 40 points,
wnlle Major Hazlett succeeded in making tbe
remarkably fine score of 47 out of a possible 0,
thus adding another sharpshooter's bar to his
Colonel L. A. Watres Division Inspector
of Rifle Practice, in a circular issued during
tbe week, states that at the reqnest of the
brigade and many of the Recimental Inspectors
of Rifle Practice, the season for target shoot
ing will be extended to Saturday. November 16.
As the date for becoming qualified marksmen
will positively end at this time, all members of
the guard who have not already earned their
bars, should get out on the range at once.
Captain James H. Gageby, of the United
States army, who is well known to local
members of tbe guard, has been instructed to
open a recruiting office at Johnstown and take
charge of the territory embraced in a number
of tbe adjoining counties. Captain Gageby
rendered considerable service at Johnstown
during the past few months and some of tbe
officers of tbe Fourteenth Regiment have
started a subscription to purchase a sword and
belt, to be presented to him at an early date.
Considerable speculation is being in
dulged in as to wbo will be the successor to
General Hartranft as Major General com
manding tbe division of tbe Katlonal Guard.
By reason of seniority of rank General Snow
den, of the First Brigade, should step into the
position, but there seems to be considerable
opposition to bis appointment, and most of It
from bis own brigade. General Gobln, of the
Third Brigade, baa also been spoken of: but it
is extremely improbable that he would be
allowed to jump General Snowden. The latest
suggestion to the question is that Governor
.Beaver win noid tne appointment over until
his term as Governor of tbe State expires, and
then make a move for the position himself, as
at different times be has expressed himself as
not wanting to leave the iruard as lone as ha
The principal feature in military circles in
this vicinity during the past week was tbe an
nual contest for the Brown & Hirtb medal,
which took place last Thursday on the range of
the Fourteenth Regiment, at Salt Works.
Heretofore the" medal has been shot for by
members of the Fourteenth Regiment only,
but this year a number of entries had been
made from tbe Eighteenth Regi
ment, and the contest brought out
more or less rivalry between the two
organizations. The result of the match, how
ever, was favorable to tbe Eighteenth, as both
first ana second prizes were taken by members
of that regiment. Ten shots were allowed at
each range, 200 and 500 yards, making the pos
sible 100 points. The score in the order of merit
was as follows: Corporal W. 8. England,
Eighteenth Regiment, 82: Captain O. C. Coon,
Eighteenth, U: Private Hoggins, Fourteenth,
80: Private Haddock, Fourteenth. 79; Adjutant
Robb, Fonrteeptb, 79; Lieutenant Lauer,
Eighteenth, 78, and Quartermaster Patterson,
Fourteenth, 77. There were a number of other
contestants, bnt their scores were generally,
much lower than those given above. The
medals won by Corporal England and Captain
Coon are fine pieces ot workmanship, and they
can both be congratulated on their success.
LAYEB ICE CREAM CAKE.
Two cups granulated sugar, three-fourths
cup butter, beat to a light cream, then add
one cup corn starch which has been stirred
into one cup tepid sweet milk, beat this all
together, adding one teaspoonful extract
vanilla. Stir into this the well-beaten
whites of seven eggs and two heaping cups
of flour, having thoroughly mixed through
the dry flour one and a half measures "Ban
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ers. Icing Take two and a half cups granu
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utes; when cool add the whites of three eggs
slightly beaten, and one tablespoonful ex
The "Banner Becipe Book" is replete
with valuable household information for
baking tea biscuit rolls, muffins and all
kinds of fancv cakes; instructions for roast
ing meats, fish and fowl; for preparing
French and mayonnaise dressing and mak
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have one of these books.
Order a pound can with the Banner Be
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supply the book, send your address to Ban
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245, Pittsburg, Pa., and we will mail it
Now is the season to keep
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"SCOUEENE" to do all
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is no known article for 5
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A Short Time Only Remain
To close out that fine stock of corsets,
gloves, hosiery, etc F. Schoenthal,
612 Fenn ave.
MEMBERS OF ANDREW CARNEGIE
Camp 162, Sons ot Veterans, are hereby
requested to meet in full uniform on next
TUESDAY EVENING. Business of im
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oc27-105 Capt. Com.
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selves that henceforth tbey are forever done
spending money for drags and for worse than
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no one man living who can show as many grate
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tion of the afflicted, he having received over
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has invested large sums of money in laying out
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ing sidewalks, sewers, water, natural gas and
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by tbe great and growing demand for rest
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This demand comes especially from young and
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handsome rent for adequate facilities, or pur
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Canal st New Orleans, La. ocl6-42
WANTEDMALE HELP-SCO SALARY, W0
expenses In advance allowed each month.
Steadv employment at home or traveling. No
soliciting. Duties delivering and making collec
tions. No postal cards. Address with stamp,
HAFER & CO., PIqna, Ohio. OC8-C8-TTSSU
"VTJANTED-AGENTS-SSO TO $200 PAID
VV monthly to educated gentlemen and ladles
for procuring members for our Library Associa
tion: members buy their books and music at
wholesale prices. For full particulars address
NATIONAL LIBRARY ASSOCIATION, MBstate
street, Chicago, 111. OC27-30
TTTANTED-AN OLD LINE LIFE INSUR-
V ANCE companvwlshes to Seen re the services
ot a representative for Western Pennsylvania;
liberal terms granted to the right man; all com
munications strictly confidential. Address, stat
ing experience, etc., SUPT. OF AGENCIES Y.
E. S., Dispatch office. OC26-I5
VV ING wort and employers and all others
who may wish to employ bricklayers should regis
ter such wants, free of charge, at tbe headquarters
of the INDUSTRIAL MUTUAL BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, 93 Fourth ave., first floor front.
Open until 9 P. u. Saturdays. ocll-80-Jlwrsa
YTA!'rED-AGENTS TO SELL OUR NEW
VV books; Banyan's Pilgrim Progress, the
Parnell Movement, the History of the U. S.
by America's historian, Losslng; History of the
Secret Service In the Civil War by the late Head
orthe Secret Service Bureau: lots of new books;
holiday books on sale: liberal terms. Apply P.
J. FLEMING & CO., 77 Diamond St., Pittsburg,
WANTED-AGENTS-TO SELL OUR NON
EVAPORATING, non-freezing chemical fire
Fiall. patented: exclusive territory given; sells to
actorles, hotels, business blocks, dwellings, etc:
an entirely new tblng and sells on sight: Indorsed
N. E. insurance Ex.. Factory Mut. Ins. Cos., Chi
cago Underwriters' Association, etc. ; sample rjall,
price list, etc., sent on receipt of t2. Address THE
WORCESTER FIRE APPLIANCE CO. Incor
porated, No. 33 Front street, Worcester, Mass.
TTTANTED COOK AN EXTRA FIRST
VV CLASS cook for a private ramllyj highest
wages paid. Address P. D Dispatch office, stat
ing references, amount of experience, etc. OC27-20
TUT ANTED EXPERIENCED HOUSEKEEPER
W of middle age by professional gentleman
living in suburbs: no children. Address DOCTOR,
giving full name and two unexceptionable' refer
ences, Dispatch office. oc27-M
-TTT ANTED IMMEDIATELY AN EXPE
VV HIENCED and thoroughly competent lady
teacher for a school outside tbe city: middle-aged
single woman preferred; employment constant:
wages (300 per annum, with board. Address
MUNSON, Dispatch office. 0C24-66
WANTED-LADY AGENTS FOR OUR NEW
Mcintosh raglan; superior cloth. In wide
stripes on outside: vulcanized rubber on Inside;
close fitting: very stylish; never spots: beautiful
as tbe finest cloth garment ever made, and is abso
lutely water-prool; agents sell six a day and
make (6; great opportunity: also fine line other
goods. Address E. H. CAMPBELL, 434 Randolph
St., Chicago. ' ocl-66-TTSn
ANTED-TO EMPLOY A FEW LADIES,
on salary, to take charce of mv business at
tbeir homes; entirely unobjectionable; light: very
fascinating and healthful: no talking required;
permanent position: wages flo per week In ad
vance: gooa pay ioi pari lime; my reierences in
clude aome ox the best well-known neonle of Lou-
...." u-i .. tt..i j -n r .J
ISV1UCL VlUClUUatl, ILWUUrKRUU VIKVUCTV. AU
dress with slamo. MRS. MARION W.
Fourth and Chestnut sts.. Louisville. Kv.
I Female Help.
TTTANTED-GlKLS TO DO HAND ANDMA
VV CHINE sewing. SAMPLINEE & RICH,
819 Liberty st. OC27-6D
VV ENDED salesladies. DANZ1GER
SHOENBbRG, Sixth St. and Penn aye. ocZ7-152
WANTED GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework: must be a good cook and laun
dress. Apply 15 FULTON STREET, Allegheny.
fllnle nnd Female Help.
TXTANTED-LADIES AND GENTLEMEN IN
VV p.ftv nrrnnnfry wfahtner to earn Ct to IS &
day at their own homes; no canvassing; work.
inrnisned and sent by mall any distance, aqi
dress, with stamp, CRtsrALlZED PHOTO CO.,
Cincinnati, O. oc27-97su
WANTED-POSTTION BY AN EXPE
RIENCED shorthand and typewriter; can
give best of reference. Address STENO., Dis
patch office. OC27-47-WSU
WANTED-SITUATION BY A YOUNG MAN
of considerable experience In newspaper
work, country weekly or dally outside of Pitts
burg; willing to purchase interest, ir satisfactory.
Address J. P. E., DlspaUb office. oc27-33
"TTTANTED-AN ACTIVE BUSINESS PART
VV NER In a commercial and manufacturing
business: capital required 33,000. Address COM
MERCIAL, Dispatch office. QC27-M
WANTED-AN ENERGETIC MAN WITH
f 500 to take an interest in an office netting
(200 per month. Address (full name), lor Inter
view, w, X. N., Dispatch office. oc27-53
WANTED-A PARTNER-OR WILL SELL
entire Interest in one of tbe oldest and best
equipped printing, binding, lithograph, station
ery and stereotype business west of Chicago: out
fit inventories d, 000, and Is doing a large bank,
county and railroad business. For full particu
lars address PUBLISHER, care of S. C. Beck
wlth. Tribune Building, New York City.
Machinery nnd Metals.
WANTED-A GOOD SECOND-HAND TOW
BOAT with about seventeen-lnch cylinder
and six-feet stroke. Address, with full descrip
tion and price asked, LOCK BOXNO. 131, Qulncy,
Boarders nnd Lodffers.
-TITANTED j GENTLEMEN CAN BE AC-
W COMMODATED. with room and board;
first-class accommodations. Apply at 133 FOURTH
VXTANTED-GENTLEMEN OCCUPANTS FOR
V V a nicely furnished second-story front room;
both kinds of gas and use of bath. Call or address
820 FIFTH AVENUE, city. . QC27-S7
WANTED OCCUPANTS FOR TWO FIRST
CLASS furnished rooms on Federal St.,
above North ave.: rent moderate. Address IM
MEDIATE, Dispatch office. OC27-39
TX7-ANTED-OCCUPANT8 FOR TWO ROOMS;
VV one second floor nicely furnished ana one
third floor; terms moderate: only gentlemen ap-
ly. Call soon at 147 Grant avenue, Allegheny.
L. E. S. OC27-23
Rooms, Houses. &c
WANTED-A HALL FOR SCHOOL OF
Physical Culture; central location; first or
second floor. Address 416 PENN AVE. OC27-79.
WANTED-A LADY WISHES A FURNISHED
room with private family (Allegheny pre
ferred); will pay a fair price for suitable accom
modations. Address A. X., Dispatch office.
WANTED-SECOND STORY FRONT BOOH,
with board, for gentleman and wife; facing
Allegheny Park preferred. Address, stating
terms, etc.. PARKS, Dispatch office. OC27-7S
TTT-ANTED-TO LOAN MONET AT 4K.5 AND
VV 6 per cent free of tax. W. C. STEWART;
114 Fourth ave. Jaaw-su
-TTT-ANTED-MORTGAGES-MONEY TO LOAN
V V in sums to suit at 4)j, 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. TeL 107.
in large and small amounts at 4H. 5 and 8
per cent, free of State tax: no delay. REED B.
UOYLE& CO., 131 Fourth ave.
-VTTANTED-TO LOAN MONEY ON MORT
VV GAGES on improved real estate In sums of
(500 and upward at 4, 5 and 8 per cent. L. O.
FRAZ1ER, Forty-fifth and Butler sts.
v V on cltv ai
6 per cent, and on laxms In Allegheny and aqja
cent counties at 6 per cenft 1. M. PENNOCK ft
SON, 105 Fonrth avenue. ap7-f41
W ANTED-TO LOAN MONEY-WE HAVE
over one million dollars to loan on city and
suburban property at 4M per cent; no tax: we
will also loan money on improved farms in Alle
gheny, Beaver, Fayette, Washington and West
moreland counties; any marketable security taken
for loans or any amount. BLACK ft BAIRD, 95
Fourth are. Je3-a9-su
WANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
dozen (13) of Stewart Co. 's fine cabinet
photos for 1, at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
-TT7-ANTED--TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one in :ne ciud ai ai w per wees:. Aauress r. u.
BOA S01. and 1 will
I calf and snow you the watch.
WANTED-PERSONS TO KNOW THAT BY
agreeing to pay (1 per week you can get
possession of fine gold or silver watches, clocks,
ewelry, diamonds, silver ware, etc. J. M1TSCH,
130 Federal St., Allegheny, Pa. sel2-MWTBU
WAN TED-PUPILS DESIHING TO LEARN
.Pitman's or Graham's shorthand and type
writing; experience of twenty-five years as a
practical stenographer. Address or call at MAR
TIN '8 SHORTHAND SCHOOL. 412 Wood St.
WANTED-LAD1ES' SOLID GOLD FILLED
case Elgin watches, (15 59: gents' sizes,'
(18 50: same as are sold by watch clubs at (33:
written guarantee given: mall orders promptly
attended to. B. E. ARONS, Jeweler, 65 Fifth
WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER, 9 Fifth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that be is making fine cabinets at (1 so per.
dozen: photos delivered wben promised; instan
taneous Drocess. mhl3-63
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR BALE-MARION ST.-A GREAT BAR
GAIN: only (4,200: brick house of s rooms,
hall, marble mantels, both gases, etc. ; lot 24x104;
on easy termB. J. R. COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth
FOB SALE-(3,0C0-ROSS STREET, BET. FIRST
and Second aves., a 3-story brick dwelling of
xi rooms, uau, vesuDuie. nam, w. c, doio gases,
lot 24x90. BLACK ft BAIRD, 93 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE FOURTH AVE., NEAR ROSS.
3 two-storv 4 room brick dwellings, well
finished throughout: artificial gas In each: water
In the yard. BLACh. ft BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
20-186. . . OC24-6
TTIOR SALE-(2,10O-DESIRABLY LOCATED,
JO near incline, Mt. Washington, new, cozy
frame bouse of 5 rooms, cellar, city water, etc.:
good lot; easy terms.
as. uuujrA.it & uu., 1UY
FOB SALE-COLWELL ST., NEAR DIN
WIDDIE, a very desirable 2-story brick
dwelling; 6 rooms and finished attic; price (2.700;
terms easy; lot 20x100 to alley. J. C. RE1I.LY, 77
Diamond st. OC27-12S
OR SALE-FORBES ST.NEAR VAN URAAM,
a two Btory brick dwelling In rear of lot facln?
;r. .. . . . .... ."
Austin st. ni iour rooms ana casement; water.
gas, fine store room In front house.
11 A1KD, 95 Fourth ave. 2D-87.
East End Reslaenees.
SALE-M. 500-S U 3STANTIAL
dwelling containing 8 rooms and all convex
lences, well located In Shadyslde.
ART, 11 4 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-BOQUET STREET, OAKLAND.
on line of new electric road; new press brick
dwelling, 6 rooms, finished attic donble parlors,
hall, bath, range, w. c.t tile hearths, well dntshed
large porches, etc. ; lot 24x175. J, R. COOPER ft
CO., 107 Fonrth ave. oc26-63-TusSn
FOR SALE ONE SQUARE FROM NEGLEY
ave., a 7-roomed frame bouse, with porches,
bay window, and grained throughout: exterior
newly painted: this house, together with large
lot, we offer at (4,500, on easypayments. MELLON
BROTHERS. 6349 Station St., E. E. oc27-I46-TTSu
FOB SALE-(ll,00O, ON EASY PAYMENTS: A
new Queen Anne brick dwelling, containing
12 rooms, all conveniences, fine gas fixtures, and
is elegantly papered: lot &3XI75 feet; located in the
heart of tbe East End, on one of the main avenues.
W. O. STEW ART, 114 Fourth ave. aull-66-sn
FOB SALE (2.700-GROSS STREET, NEAB
Liberty ave., new frame dwelling, i rooms,
finished attic, halL vestibule, front and rear
porches. Inside shutters, side entrance, etc: lot
21x100; convenient to station! terms easy. L..O.
FBAZIER, Forty-tilth and Butler sts. oc27-9-Tusu
FORSALE-(i800-LIBERTY AVENUE AND
Tlnrty-nlnth st., convenient to cable line,
new frame dwelling, 5 rooms, finished attic, halL
vestibule. Inside shutters, nicely grained and
finished; lot 20x100 feet: easy payments. L. O.
FRAZ1ER, Forty-fifth and ilutlcr sts.
FOR SALE HOUSE AND LOT ON BRYANT
street, near inland aye., E. K.: a 2-story
frame dwelling bouse of 8 rooms, with modern
Improvements; all In excellent condition: lot 60x
124; good stable and carriage house, well and hy
drant water; both gases. A. D. CHERRY, Forty
third and Butler sts. oc2&-l
FOR SALE-A PROPERTY ON PKNNAVE
NUEnear Lang avenue East End, there Is
a good a room dwelling and a storeroom separate
from the dwelling; will sell them separately; tbe
storeroom Is now occupied as a grocery store, do
ing a good and profitable business; the wtooielot
has a front of 90 feet on Penn avenue; will sell
them on terms to suit purchaser. 0. H. LOVE. 93
Foarth avenue. oc26-27
TTiOB SALE-A SPLENDID ilEW BRICK
Jl1 dwelling bouse, corner Stanton ave., near
AlilandYoverlooklng E. Liberty valley; 12 rooms
and batb; elegantly finished throughout, with
latest Improvements, electric bells, speaking
tubes, electric lights, etc.: cemented cellar,
ranges In kitchen- and laundry, hot and cold
water; lot 40x120 to 20-foot alley. A. U. CUF.BKY,
Forty-third and Bntler tu, ocie-i
FOR. SALE-IMPIIOVED HEAL ESTATE.
East End Residences.
-1710R SALE OAKLAND AVE. NEW 9-ROOM
Jj brick house; ball, both gases, bath. Inside
w. c hot'and cold water, all conveniences: lot
57X120. J." R. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-COZY 6-ROOMED FRAME HOUSE
and large lot on Hastings St.. near Fifth
ave. : handy to railroad and cable; price (2,700, on
payments. MELLON BROTHERS, tatb Station
St., E.JE. , OC27-146-TTSU
-T710R SALE-(9,000-NEW QUEEN ANNE
X: Dries, oweiung, containing jvruoins snu au
covenlences: lot, 47x143;
money in Shmdyslde.
the best property for tho
W. L.. Dli)VAU4', ui
a ourxn ave.
17OR SALE-(3,000-MELLON ST., EAST END,
7 new frame bouse, 6 rooms, attic, hall, both'
gases, water, etc. ; lot 30x100; a bargain, as It
must be sold at once. J. R. COOPER ft CO., 107
Fourth avenue. oc26-63-tuSmi
OR SALE FRIENDSHIP AVE. NEAR
Penn. six two story brick dwellings of five
rooms and fine attic each, gas, water, etc.: will
sell separate or as a wnole. BLACK & BAIRD.
95 Fourth ave. C-10S Oct 24-7.
FOR SALE-MEYRAN AYE., ELEGANT
two-story brick. 7 rooms and finished attic;
all modern conveniences: lot 34x101; will ex
change for Shadvslde property. J. R. COOPER
ft CO. , 107 Fourth ave. ortS-O-Tussu
FOB SALE-TWO NEW FRAME DWELLING
houses bf 5 rooms each, lots 20x100, on Scioto
between Edmund and Matilda streets, near Lib
erty ave. ; price low and terms reasonable. A. D.
CHERRY, Forty-third and Butler sts. oc26-l
FOR SALE-AT (2.050-NEW EAST END
bouse, desirable location, 6 rooms, just being
completed; will be finished In hard wood and will
Include all modern appliances; this sbould attract
CHAUL12) BU J1EJIS ft UU., 313
FOR SALE-(30,000 NEW AND SUBSTAN
TIAL brick residence, containing 12 large
rooms and all conveniences; lot 1I4X4C0 ft: this Is
one of the finest located and cheapest pieces of
property in Bhadyslde. W. C. STEWART, 114
Fourth ave. an2Ml-su
EOR SALE AN EAST END INVESTMENT,
near both cable lines; lot 30x113 feet; good
ise, 6 rooms, front; double bouse, 4 rooms
each, in rear: all In prime order; yielding rental
of close to 8600; price (3,900. CHARLES SOMERS
ft CO., 313 Wood St. OC2S-41
FOR SALE -WASHINGTON BT.. ALLE
GHENY, brick residence; 8 rooms, bathroom,
etc.; house very complete; price, (3.000: easy
terms. W. W. MCNEILL ft BHO.. 105 Fourth
17IOR SALE 20 PERCENT INVESTMENT;
A" Fourth ward, Allegheny:
9-room brick bouse;
hath, etc: in first-class order; price (6,000: easy
terms; this Is your chance. W. Vf. MCNEILL ft
BRO., 105 Fourth ave. oc37-74
FOR SALE -P.250-THAT ELEGANT NEW
and substantial press brick dwelling (never
occupied), containing 9 rooms, bath, stationary
wasbstands, laundry, cement cellar and all im
provements, located on Ackley t., head ot
Monterey St., Allegheny. W. C. STEWART. 114
Fonrth ave. apa-19-su
FOR SALE SECOND AVE., GLENWOOD.
B. ft O. K. It., a fine brick dwelling of 8
rooms, finished attic, 3 acres of ground and only
5 minutes walk from station: this property Is
well adapted tor manufacturing purposes.
BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 20-308.
SALE (2,700-AN ATTRACTIVE AND
tlrable nronertv conveniently located
close to Hazelwood station and electric cars; lot
25x175 feet: perfect drainage; new house, 8 large
rooms. wldehalL water, gas, etc.: terms to suit
purchaser; we have a number of choice little
properties, various locations In Hazelwood. at
low prices; also large and elegant bouses, with
ample grounds and acre tracts, nnimnroved, that
may be secured now at prices that will yield large
returns In advanced values. CHARLES SOMERS
ft CO., 313 Wood st. OC26-41
FORSALE-EDGEWOOD, P. R. R.. ON ELM
street, 3 minutes' from tbe station, anew
frame dwelling of 8 rooms and finished attic. bath
room, w. c, h. and c. water, state mantels, nat
ural gas, fine chandeliers, electric light, laundry,
etc.; lot 40X150; price (4.250, (2.500 cash, bal. to
suit; Immediate possession. BLACK ft BAIRD,
95 Fonrth ave. 4A-197. OC27-72
FOB SALE UP TO THIS TIME WE HAVE
only sold our lota In .Maplewood Park,
Wllklnsburg; our lane acquaintance and our
connections with merchants and others brings to
us property for tbe sale of which we are requested
to act as brokers : as a starter we offer at Wllklns
burg, onaflne street. 3 minutes' from the station,
anew 8-room frame house with all tu e latest mod
ern Improvements too numerous to mention; good
lot. small cash payment, balance long time; get
particulars: also, on Aleilon St.. E. E., near Neg
fev and Stanton avenues, 6-room frame bouse and
lot 24x110 for (1,650. GEO. S. MARTIN ft CO., 105
Fourth ave. oc26-10
FOR SALE-AN EXCELLENT SUBURBAN
home for a city business man, a brick dwell
ing on Broad st. (Soft, wide), Sewlckley, contain
ing ten rooms, batbt laundry, nat. and art. gas.
hot and cold water, inside shutters, etc.; fine large
lot 47x203 ft., fruit trees, lawn and flagstone walks;
also, adjoining above a beautirul level lot 89HX220
ft., fruit trees, asphaltum walks, etc., frame
house 7 rooms, nat. gas and city water; these prop
erties are In an elegant neighborhood, opposite
tbe Episcopal rectory, one block from the station
and near p. o., stores, etc., making the most con
veniently situated places In Sewlckley; Immediate
possession can be given to the brick bouse; the
owner, a non-resident, will sell for a short time
for (5,000 and (two respectively: terms will be
made mutually satisfactory. For fuller Informa
tion call on or address A. W. ADAIR, Room 708
Penn building. Penn ave. oc26-12
FOR SALE LOTS.
TTIOR 8ALE-DESIBABLE BUILDING LOT,
JD fronting 25Jj ft. on Avery St., close to parks,
Allegheny: price low; terms easy. W. W. .MC
NEILL ft BRO., 105 Fourth ave. OC27-76-MWSU
East End Lots.
FOR a ALE-(3, 003-50X125 FEET'ON NEHLET
aveane, near Center. W. C. STEWART, 114
FOR SALE A NUMBER OF CHOICE LOTS IN
the Baum Grove plan, at much below value.
CHARLES SOMERS ft CO., 313 Wood st. OC28-41
FOR BALE-(i6.eC0-EASY TERMS: U ACRES
of level land desirably located on Squirrel
Hill: will sell portion. W. C. STEWART, 114
Fourth ave. sel5-6J-su
FOR SALE-(5,5O0 A CHOICE INVESTMENT
in 2 acres beautiful ground, with 6-room
bouse, near new electric road. Squirrel Hill.
CHARLES SOMERS ft CO., 313 Wood at. CC2S-41
FORSALE-(2, 300-LOT 47x120 FEET, LOCATED
In Shadvslde, near Fifth ave., in a choice
neighborhood; tbe beat lot for the money In tbe
East End. W.-O. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
OR SALE-ON LINDEN AVE., NEAR PENN
ave., beautirul building lot, 98x131 to BMoot
alley; good neighborhood; street sewered: only
(3,500. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fonrth ave.
FOB SALE-(7.50-S ACRES OF CHOICE
land, desirably located on Squirrel Hill,
within two minutes' walk of new electric road:
terms to suit purchaser. W. C. STEWART. 114
Fourth ave. se29-45-sn
FOB BALE-ONLY (5,500. TERMS EASY-10O
x440feet, desirably located on Shady lane,
extending to Dennlston ave. : think of it 1 only
(27 50 a lront foot for tbe finest piece of property
on Squirrel Hill. W. C. BTEWART, 114 Fourth
EOR SALE-I HAVE FOR SALE AT LESS
than value, a splendid building site; no nicer
in the county; first-class neighborhood: 2 minutes'
from cable and 7 from Pennsylvania Railroad. M.
E. HARRISON. Draughtsman, 131 Fifth avenue,
city. P. O. box 725. QC26-58
FOR BALE-1F YOU WANT A SAFE INVEST
MENT in property, and one thattwlll In crease
rapidly In value, buy oneof those very desirable
lots In Villa Park plan, Brusbton; our prices ara,
low and terms exceptionally easy. JNO. F. BAX
TER, Agent, 512 Smlthfield st. oc27-70-TTSsn
FOR SALE-HEBRON HILL LOTS ON HER
RON ave., Clarissa and Adelaide sts., 20x100
feet each: the place to buy a lot for a boms' or in
vestment: rapid enhancement In value certain;
prices very low and terms easy; call or send for
plan. L. O. FEAZIER, Forty-fifth and Butler
FOBSALE-BECUBE ONE OF THOSE VEBY
desirable lots for a home or Investment;
Baum Grove plan, Bonn station; the Baum Grove
plan Is tbe most central location in the East End,
and prices below actual value. MELLON BROS.,
East End. or JNO. F. BAXTER, Agent, 512 Smith
field St. oc37-71-WBSu
FOB SALE (1.500-TEBMS TO BUTT PUB
CHASEB, lota 60x150 feet to an alley desira
bly located In Shadyslde (Squirrel Hill district)
right on line of new electric road, which will be
in operation December 1. and only 10 minutes
walk from Fifth avenue cablecars,are the choicest
lots In the East End. W. a STEWART, 114
Fourth avenue. eel6-67-8U
FOR BALE-"BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS,
in the " 'Rush plan of lots, " known as the W:
W. Young property, Penn avenue. East End:
tbese lots are very desirable on account of their
fine elevated location, -which Is one of the best In
the East End; they front on Penn avenue and a 50
foot street running at right angles to Penn ave
nue: this street is lined on both sides with beauti
ful full-grown shade trees, and choice fruit trees
of different kinds cover the balance of tbe
grounds: thejroperty is situated close to both
cable and steam cars; only first-class dwellings
will be erected, thereby securing a good neigh
borhood: the lota will be sold at a price that will
make it an object to any person desiring a beauti'
ful and pleasant location tor a nomcr For terms,
etc., call on K&LLY ft ROGERS, No. 6313 Station
street. East End.
TTIOR SALE-A FEW LARGE LOTS IN THE
V most beautiful part of Crafton ; price (360 and
less: (50 down, balance on long time. J. B. MUR
PHY, office opposite station, Crafton.
FOB SALE-AT WILKINSBUBG-LOTS Df
the Wilson and Beat ty plants minutes from
sta.: beautiful location: size 30x140: (375: easy
terms. W. E. HAMNETT, 4MBmlthflld street;
Ittsburg and Wllklnsburg, Pa. oc26-
FOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS: 50x194, (400 TO (600,
Belmont Place, Ingram. P.. C. ft St. L. B. R.s
streets 50 ft. wide: sewered: bouses to set back: 40
ft., cost at least fiOtO: terms KSdown, balance (10
per month. INGRAM LAND AND IMPROVE
MENT CO.. 60 Fourth ave (second floor). .
FOB SALE LOTS.
FOB BA tE-LOTfiXllO FEET, CHEROKEE ST.,
Thlrteentlt ward: easy terms. D.BEHEN&
SON, 4112 Penn ave. OC2J-38
TJIOB BALK-ELEGANT LARGE BUILDING
1 lots on Forth-flfth street, cheap: terms to suit.
W. W. MCNEILL 4 BHO., 105 Fourth ave.
FORSALE-A LEVEL LOT 23x300 FEET ON
Butler St., near cable line, for (250 on easy
payments. MELLON BROTHERS, 049 Station
St.. East End. oc27-l4S-TTSu
FOR SALE-LOTS AT GLEN WOOD, NEAR
tbe station: graded streets, sidewalks, city
water, houses and lots lor sale. (1350.(1,750.(2.000,
ten percentcash. balance on monthly payments:
Second Ave. Electric Railway will pass In front of
these lots; IS. ft o. Railroad fare monthly tickets,
5 cents per trip: 12 minutes from Smlthfield st.
GEORGE C. BURGW1N, ISO Fourth ave.
TTOR 8ALE-FABM-TO ANY CAPITALIST.
A either lady or gentleman, that wishes tobuv
one of tbe finest Improved farms In the State of
Kentucky; price, (65,000: It contains over 700
acres, and as 1 nave a personal knowledge of it
ana the surrounding country, I will give s guar
anteed, truthful statement of the tacts to any per
son wishing to Investigate, who is able andwilllng
to buy, if all be found correct. Call on or address
LEVI J. JKFFRIES,Bellevernon, FavetteCo.,Pa.
FOR SALE BUSINESS,
FOR BALE A GOOD PAYING GENERAL
store at a bargain: storeroom and dwelling.
For particulars address S. F POORBAUGH,
Glencoe, Pa. ocS-3t
T?OR SALE-AX A -SACRIFICE-THE ENTIRE
Jj fUinlsbment. with lease of 8-room dwelling,
on Wylle ave., near Federal st. : good roomers
occupying same and paving more tban rent of
entire building. J. C. REILLY. 77 Diamond St.
TTOR SALE-ONE OF THE FINEST AND OLD
JL? EST established retail businesses In Pittsburg,
Is located in tbe heart of the city: stock is new and
not controlled by style; will Inventory about (10,
000. This Is an elegant opportunity for a wide
awake man to get into a clean, profitable and
legitimate business. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth
avenue. - jyl4-14-so-
-fTIOR SALE-NEW FIRST-CLASS STEAM.
X" laundry: one ramuy grocery store witn
Bplendid location and business, will invoice about
(9,000; smaller grocery stores. (400 to (5. coo: milk
route;, cigar and confectionery stores (25 to (660:
drygoodsand notion stores: feed store; t printing
offices: drugstores: shoe stores: bakeries and loo
other business chances: free particulars. SHEP
ARD ft CO. , 64 Fif th ave. oeS
TTIOR BALE-THE FUTURE POINTS UN
Ji ERRINGLY to a period of activity, with Its
attendant gain, to every well directed enterprise
established In Western Pennsylvania; through
our connection with representative concerns here
we are enabled to Introduce Intending Investors
to favorable opportunities for business connec
tions: we have in band now to offer to men of
good repute, interests in various enterprises of
lgh character, and yielding large returns on
capital Invested: correspondence or personal In
terview solicited. CHARLES SOMERS ft CO.. 313
Wood st. OC2S-41
TTIOR SALE-AT A BAROAIN-A PIECE OF
A. property desirably located on Wood st. W
C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. oc20-3i
T7I0E SALE-S2, 500 LEASE OF A VALUABLE
a.' msnuiaciurmg site, witn iron
boiler, en glnccte. : site In cltv nrooer.
ft MORRIS, 106 Third ave., cor. of Wood at.
FOR SALE-SEVERAL PIECES OF PROP
ERTY on Fourth ave.: also a number of
pieces on Penn ave., smlthfield at. and other
good streets: will take pleasure In giving full par
ticulars and showing surveys to parties desiring
to purchase. W. U. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE HOTEL PROPERTY NEW
CASTLE. Pa.: the undersigned will sell at
public sale the Crawford House, New Castle,
Pa., Tuesday, Nov. 19. 1883. at 2 o'clock P.M.;
house has always been a licensed hotel, and is In
good repair. For particulars inquire of C. M.
CRAWFORD, New Castle, Ps. oc27-98-ThSn
TTOE SALE-OWNER CANNOT OPERATE
1? and will accept, from quick purchaser; much
less than value for a complete, newly-equipped
brick works, finely Situated: excellent shipping
facilities; borne demand for product largely in
excess of ontpnt: 16 feet of clay adapted to tbe
manufactureof first-class press brick. CHARLES
SOMERS ft CO.. 313 Wood St. 0C27-83
TTOK SALE-AT A REASONABLE PRICE AND
V on terms to suit purchaser, the Newell prop
erty, located on Forbes ave., corner Shady ave..
Squirrel HIlL contains six acres of tbe finest lying
landln that district, and bas erected thereon a
large, fine new brick, building, suitable for hotel
and road house purposes: also stables and out
buildings; can be purchased for less money than
Is asked for vacant property In the Immediate
neighborhood; can be rented so as to net 8 per
cent on Investment. For permit to examine build
ings see W. U. STEWART. 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Hones. Vehicles. Live Stock. tc
FOB SALE SECOND-HAND BAROUCHE,
as good as new. Can be seen at C. WEST ft
CO.'S, Carriage Makers, 42) Duquesne way, Pitts
burg, Pa. oclo-26
FOB SALE-DRIVING AND BIDING HORSE,
very good style. 16 hands high, 6 years old.
very showy: will be sold reasonable, Inquire 608
WOOD ST; OC27-143
FOR SALE-300 HORSES OF ALL KINDS AT
anctlon; Kldd, Edmonson ft Morse's great
combination horse sale. Chicago. November 4, fi,
6 and 7, 1889: Daniel Hayes. Muscatine, la., sells
his entire breeding establishment (63 head), in
cluding Patronage, full brother to Patron. 2:HV;
brood mares and colts: Rock River Stock Farm,
Dixon, 111., consigns their whole stud, beaded by
the Inbred Daniel Lambert, stallion, McRobert's
Venture, 1973; brood mares and;colts; Pleasanton
Stock-Farm Co., Pleasanton, CaL, enters Ecbora
(dam of Direct, 2:18Jj). bay mare by Prtnceps,
with foal to Director, 2:17; two fillies by Gny
Wilkes. 2:15X, and a flllv by Director, 2:17: also,
fast trotters and pacers with and withont fast
records: Imported and grade Percherons. Clyde
and Shire stallions, mares and colt coach and
pole teams, cob, brougham, roadster, combination
and saddle horses, standard stallion a,mares,colta.
fillies, geldings and ponies by sires representing
the best blood In tbe United states; come to tbe
horse show and make expenses by attending tbe
horse sals. Send, for catalogue to 80S W.MADI
SON, ST.', Chicago, I1L OC27-9B
Machinery and Metals.
FOB SALE-REMINGTON' TYPEWRITERS,
cabinets, office supplies and fine grades oMlnen
papers for writing machines. A.M. MARTIN,
412 Wood St. OC27-66
IOR SALE ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
and refitted: renalrlngpromntlv attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CJO..LIM.,
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Fa. aulO-S)
BALE-GEOCEBY FIXTDBES AND
JJ stock.. Address N,
H. D- Dispatch office
2- OST-ON WEDNESDAY ITVENING. A PAIR
J of gold-rimmed eye glasses: nnderwlll be re
arded by leaving them at THE DISPATCH OF
LOST LADYtS GOLD HUNTING CASE
watch, diamond-centered star on each lid.
monogram M. H. on front lid: finder will be re
warded. Address WATCH, Dispatch oflce.
TOST OB STOLEN-A BROWN COCKEREL
JLi spaniel dog on last Thursday: has collar and
register tag on. A suitable reward for returning
him to 42 SHERMAN. AVE.. Allegheny City.
LOST WHILE LOOKING ATTHE ELEGANT
display of voltaic diamonds at 66 Fifth aye..
I lost my senses at the beauty, brilliancy and low
prices: eardrops, (2 SO and up: rings, (3 50 and np;
studr. S2 and nn: stick nliis. S22Sandun: all solid
gold. B. E. ARONS, Jeweler, Sole Agent for
U. O. qca-IJI
PERSONA. L-HLLE. UUCHENE GIVES
French lessons. Address BOWMAN INST.,
l'enn ave. and Fourth st. oc27-61
PERSONAL-BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
New and old. ancient and uouero. standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 33000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 980
Liberty st. auJ-98
PEBSONAL "CUT BATES" ON WATCHESf
richly engraved, solid gold, tilled case, Elgin
watches for ladles, (15 60: gent's size, (IS 50: same
as sold by watch clubs for (38: written guarantee
given: mailorders promptly attended to. B. E.
ARUN S, Jeweler, B Fifth ave. oc27.134
PEBSONAL - WHAT ABE "VOLTAIC
Diamonds?" Fonnd 13 miles south of Hot
Springs, Ark., at the foot of the Ouachita range
of montalns, in Sliver City basin ; they are a natu
ral stone, not paste, or glass, and are warranted
for brilliancy. B. . ARONS, Jeweler, Sole
Agent for U.S., 65 Fifth ave. QC27-134
E STRAY-CAME TO PREMISES OF OEOKOE
SHAFFER, Braddock townsblp. near Coal
ville, a brown mare; if not claimed in sperlaed
time win be sold according to taw. ocXSa
-ITIOTjND-HANDSOME. SOLID GOLD FILLED
JD case Elgin watches for ladles, (15 60; gents'
size. (18 SO: same as sold by watch dubs for (38:
written guarantee given; mall orders promptly
d to. Al. B. ARONS, Jeweler, as Fifth ave.
MAOTFACTTJRING CONCERN IN
CHICAGO, ILL., oi high standing, owning
their plant; with no incumbrances, and doing a
profitable business (expect to double tbeir cap
ital the coming rear from the earnings of tbeir
business), wish to add to tbeir investment fif ty
to one hundred thousand dollars, with sertiees
of a thoroughly capable business man. One
experienced to manufacturing Irea goods pre
ferred Address, ttattee past experienee, v.
ST. V. XlUVA- SUA -SSSLli
CMog. J. .
mn y.rrn-w VEDESAL ST.. NkJLrWTL '
. I ave.. brick bouw of seven reomA baikreesaf
and natural gas. HIOB. LIGGETT, No. Jti ,
I-nnrtft aye. OcK-M-Hj'Sfilt '
mo LET-NEW BRICK HOUSES. S MMMstt,' ;
JL nan. nn. awe, warer, . uiiuj auuuuv
slate mantel, etc: rent : Natchez M.. '.
Washington? D. BEHEK ft SON, 4112 feta are.
TO LET XIV lb-BUymiJ ovuam ja.r. .
known as Orchard vllUu, besutlfnlly s4weU ,
on Grandvtew ave., one minute's wai trout vmm
Unannrae Incline Plane. AnDlytoofaddreft AL-
FRCOMABLAND. Southern avenue, Mt- waaji-
East End Residences.
TO LET-ON PENN AVE., NEAR KEBSCCA K
St.. S-roomed. brick cottage: goodneJfB.
hood; (13 per mo. THOS. L1GUETT, N Ms .
TO LET-ON PENN AVr.. NEAK KKftflCC.
St., brick bouse or 1 rooms, bstnroea. nat
ural gas, etc: good neighborhood r redaeeA nat
till April i. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 1M JMwsfc
aye. oc2-88-wwa ,
mo LET HOJSE OF 14 BOOMS, STABLX
X. and outbuildings: large grounds; oa Necier
a-WAvanA viaass Eatn jssHls . IniUSisrA AT
HENBY BOBERTS,st Oliver 4 Roberta WfreC.,.
Bonthsldc se-N , .
Allegheny Residences, '
TO LET-4JN ERIE ST.. NEAR THE PABKS,
2-story brick dwelling. rooms; rest vry
low. J. O.BEILLY. 77 Diamond st. oeg-lM,'.
TO LET OB FOB SALE-DESIRABLE KHW- :
DENCE, 31 Beech St.. A. C: 10 rooms aa H
Apply US WAXBK ST.,'
TO LET ELEGANT RESIDENCE IN ALLE
GHENY, No. 139 Fianklln street; eonSatM
right rooms, good nail, natnroom. w. c.
gases and all modern Improvements, wttir Bisev'
grounds. GEO.B. BOTHWELL, No. 14 Fr
Iln street, Allegheny.
Suburban Residences. -y
TO LET-GLEN FIELD, P.. FT.W. 4 C. BT.,
minutes' walk from station, a 2-story tax
dwelling of 9 rooms; water In bouse, natural sgss.
good cellar, stable for i horses, abnndaase of
Irult; about .8 acres of ground: rent (M'HtR
April L 1880. BLACK ft BAIRD, Krowhfc are.
TO LET FURNISHED ROOMS. "WITH
kitchen, etc: washing done by hosM."
LOGAN ST., also 184 FOURTH AVE. oesT-W
mo LET FOUR UNFURNISHED HOOMsV
JL light housekeeping, atBrushton; only (8. CsJl, 1JJ
as or aaaress bwm. m, jncvance otocs- oe-;
I mO LET-A FIRST-CLASS FTjRNKKJsD,
... lanto xrunb panuriurouc ur twvin
rent very reasonable to right party.
rTIO LET-TO COUPLE WITHOUT CHILD Haw; VS
JL two neatly furnished rooms for light hoars .gj
xeeping. DOtn gases, use oi Data: sic BHwisr.
walk from postomce, 97 SEVENTH AVE. ossf-ss;
fTIO LET COMMODIOUS FRONT BOOM F9 'J!
JL men. xurnianea or unrarnMsea: every o- ,
venience; reasonaoie; private ramuy;
home to nice parties. 70 ARCH ST.,
12 to 2, 8 to 7 r. H.
mO LETFRONT KOOM. SECOND FLctcMril
1 also front room, third floor: sulSsMe far- sra j
or three gentlemen: good location oaesMejftsS
x. Am, surrounoiuga pieuanK sua utuiu jsajb-1
class. A. N. D., Dispatch office. ocas
IO LET NO. 1C5 THIRD AVBNTTE, IMAKs
Wood street, building coa talc lag 1 . mi ssi."
eacn iffXJ leet. suitaoie lor storage or
win rent cneap to gooa tenant, see
BAIRD, 95 Fourtb arc
Oflces. TJesst Room, (See- '
mo LET-IN" THE NEW DIBPATCH BtnUf-S
JL ING, 75, TJana.s Diamond street. TWt as
roomiest and best-lighted offlces to b fauna JKJftvs
city; rent, (seo and sseo per annual, innlmrHiK
rnc Aiguta jauttor katicc hu a
Apply between 10 A. X. and If. X., oj;t
J. H. BORLAND,
Important to thepabHc Tktoeistf
aiargadryceMte faportfeg hsoss.'j
ot H58L8S9 wertli of I
DRUGGETS,, Bic. BMl
BT AUCTION AT
LARGE AND SPACIOUS CCH lUIBIstWrj
No?. 723 and 725 Liberty
at the bead of Wood street.
the Arbucile Nock, comraenolng
MONDAY, October 28,1
Sales win commence daBy at A. 1H
2 P. it. and 7:38 T. SC, and
from day to day npi tbe eatife s
is disposed of, and fa qaaatitJesr tea
This is without exeepttea tbe terfeet!
Fine Drygeeds, Carpets and Rags ever a
in Pittsburg, and is weH worthy the i
of tbe pubHc generally.
must be sold regardless of cost or, ;
order to sake a prompt i
9HIsB8B TvNbm BBFJl
All goods sold at this isle posWrely
anteed and warranted as represented.
Special aeeeissedatioss provided Jer, akdtssVj
A UCTION SALE OF" THE Fl
J MENT of an elegant East Bad i
at the aneUeo rooms No. SI Ma'
TUESDAY moraine. October 28. at M a
sous raaaogany cnamoer sure, warns
her salts. Tennessee marble toss sad
plate mirrors: toilet ware, half and besjt
tresses, sir. paas: carpev ana
and window curtains, mlrrei
pictures. tables and coven.
toilet tables,- dressers, beastssiss,
stands, cesBedes, ball chairs m
towel racks, boot-boxes, fine
suit, odd easy chairs and roe
dinins chairs. One walnat sideboard. 1
dinner service, silver and glassware. 1
ana laanary iurmsamenui.' mk
refrizerator. drueeets. Sae Brussels
almost- sew aquarium, (ee chest, tte
cornices, carpet sweeper, extenslsa and 1
tables, bookcase, desk. foMlBg bed.
lenders, canine!, ana hwhv oswi
numerous to mention. HBNRX A
UUAHJJX BAHS iA3
SS CONGRESS ST,iBARF1FaATsU1
THUBSBAV, OCTOBER S, MUVf-J
41 P. M. ON THE PREMWl
A substantial 3-story briek dw
rooms, ball, bathw. c, ruae and
niences; nosse aewiy papereu.
BAIRD. 96 Foarth ave.
With storekeepers and estates whe a
to maice a oteao awesp o tsesr
goods, woatever toeyraayei
era! dKeesnt for Snot Casa.
OC27-8B 64 Bond
ill VEGETABLE AND PO0I.TaT
supplies an we oity Hotels: ko
find It to tbeir advantage to dead i
Telephone H. 1 DaA-M