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THB PITTSBURG DISPATCH, MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1889.
Nff CAUSE TOE ALABH
Bodies Won't be Forcibly Kemoved
From the Troy Bill Cemetery.
OTHER LOTS WILL BE EXCHANGED.
A Chance to Sell the Old German GraTe
jard for a Good Price.
FATEEE "WERNEE EXPLAINS HIS PLANS.
Quite a controversy has been raised among
the old German Catholic families of this
city over an item concerning the removal of
the bodies in the old Troy Hill Cemetery in
Allegheny City. The cemetery has been in
existence for 40 years, and was the only one
in early days for the nse of German Cath
olics. It was laid out by tbe Redemptorist
Society, who have recently consecrated a
new burial ground on the Perrvsville road.
The society desires to nave all the bodies
now lying-in the old burial ground removed
to tbe new cemetery. If this is done they
will sell the ground".
A number of relatives of persons who
were buried there, became quite excited
when they read the report. They thought
the society would force the removal of the
bodies and confiscate the old monuments. A
number of them called upon the officials of
the order, and asked for information about
it. Some of them looked up tbe law cover
ing such cases, and if necessary, said they
would take legal steps to prevent the re
moval of the bodies.
CONSENT OF LOT OWNEBS.
About four years ago the Twelfth Ward
School Board became engaged in a law suit
with -the Jot owners of the old Lawrence
ville Cemetery. The courts decided that
tbe ground and monuments belonged to the
lot owners and the latter would have to give
their consent before the graves could be dis
turbed. Father "Werner, rector of St. Philomena's
Church, which belongs to the Bedemptor
ists, was absent from the city at the time the
information was given by one of the priests
connected with the church. In an interview
last night with Father Werner, the reverend
"It is correct that we are desirous of re
moving the bodies from the Troy Hill Ceme
terv to the new burial ground on thePerrys
vilie road. The sooner it is done the quicker
we will be able to complete the new ceme
tery. We would be able to dispose of the
Troy Hill property to advantage. It has
been asserted, however, that the $ lergy of
this church 'would enforce the removal of
bodies immediately. We will not force any
person to exhume their dead, but we have
advised our people to exchange their pres
ent lots in the Troy Hill Cemetery for others
in the new one on the Perrysville road.
Our overtures in every instance were fair.
A FAIB OFFEB MADE.
"If a family held a lot on Troy Hill, say
8x10 feet, for which they paid $14 to $25, we
offer them in exchange a lot 9x18 feet,
valued at $50. We do not ask them for one
cent, although the difference is considerable.
In cases where the present owners of lots
have paid $60 and upward for their ground
on Troy Hill, we will give lots in the new
cemetery equal in worth. In justice to the
congregation we could not make any more
liberal offer, nor do I think our people
would ask more from us,
"In regard to the removal of monuments,
some people believe that we intend to take
peremptory measures to have them re
moved. This is not so. No one can take
the monuments from the ground without my
orders, and I have not the least
intention to do anything unjust in the mat
ter. We want it to be distinctly understood
that all persons removing their dead friends
will take with them the headstones. If the
bodies are taken away and the monuments
left, after an elapse of a given period of
time, in which due notice has been served
on the owners of the same, we will appropri
ate the crosses and other emblems -that are
left and donate them to the poor of tbe
parish, charging them with the cost of re
modeling and renaming them.
"All the late parishioners who are in
terred in single graves will, on the request
of their friends, be transferred to the Per
rysville cemetery without cost to them
selves. The expenses will be defrayed by
the church. If relatives of persons in'single
graves on Troy Hill desire a lot in the new
burial ground a deduction will be made to
them from the price of the lot according to
the value of the single grave."
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 tor it, it will live but a little while.
Soon, yes very soon, the people will brand
it n. g. Kot so, however, with the real
thing, but 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 Bye."
No better indorsement can be obtained than
the continued sale to those who have been
using it for years. Doctors and hospitals
hare tried it and are still using it, proof of
which, if wanted, can and will be furnished
aboundingly. Silver Age Eye 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 remedv
for many. It is sold everywhere at $1 50
per full quart. We aUo 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 Jist, or call on Max Klein, 82
Federal street, Allegheny. mwf
PITTSBDKGEKS NOT SLOW.
Tbey Know a Good Thins- When They See It.
"We have great confidence in the practical
common sense of the people in this com
mnnity. Propose to them a new idea or
system of conducting any large enterprise,
and if it is good yon can rest assured of their
support. Ko better evidence of the trnth of
Uys statement is needed than the wonderful
success of the Everett Clnb, or co-operation
plan of selling pianos adopted by Alex.
Boss, if Allegheny. This plan is simple,
bnt very effective. Mr. Boss proposes to
conduct the piano business by making large
contracts for 350 pianos atone time, thus
getting the lowest possible cash price and
saving each member of the clnb at leas' J5
, ' in the priceoi each piano, at the same (..me
he gives everyone an opportunity to get a
',fine piano." The plan is so arranged that
members can pay in the way most convenient
to themselves, lrom (1 a week op to the
,.whole amount. Since this plan has been
.adopted Mr. Boss has had to increase bis
s force of employes six times, and they have
all they can do to snpply the demand. The
rvEtem is good, and the people know it. All
that is necessary to convince anyone is to
examine the pia'no and understand tbe plan.
Send for circular to Alex. Boss, 137 Fed
eral st, Allegheny.
Jor nny article securing a high place in
public esteem mnst be that that article pos
sesses merit. Solely upon real merit Frauen
heira & Vilsack's Pittsburg beer has taken
the lead in this market. No bad effects fol
low its use. Then, too,: it deserves recogni
tion because it is a product of home in
dustry. HENDRICKS & Co., 68 Federal street,
Allegheny, is the best place in the two citie
to ia ve.your photoeraphs taken. Bring the
children.' Good cabinets $1 a dozen. Pic
lures warranted not to fade.
To Mr Patron nnd (he Pnbllc
My branch Steamship and Exchange
office, at 639 Smlthfield street, is now open
fr business. J. J- McCoBMlCK, Agent.
i, . ,-A. besntif al nd varied stock at the jewel
,ry house of KeBry Terheydea, 630 Bmith-
field street HW
THE OLD AND THE KEW.
How Meoauret Were Sometimes Carried In
Plti.bnrc Coanclls A Stun Held Dp While
an Ordinance Passed.
It would appear on examination that one
age is pretty much like another, and that a
difference in methods is the only substantial
one. About 30 years ago Congress street,
from Franklin to Fifth avenue, then the
Fourth street road, was, in a wet time, a
dangerous uiudhole, but many of the prop
erty holders were opposed to grading and
paving on the score of expense. Mr. Whit
ney had made several attempts to have it
paved, but, though he could get a majority
of householders to sign a petition therefor,
the opposition knocked him out repeatedly
in Councils. John Bebman was then a
member of Council, and, living on the
street, decided to have it paved. He got
Whitney to get up a petittob,"and his Beb
man's work was to secure the passage of
the ordinance. The objectors bad decided to
mass their forces, and bring all their
opposition to bear on Select Council. At
length the fateful day arrived. The op
position were all in Select Chamber. Beb
man got the ordinance through the common
branch without much trouble, and had all
his friends in the upper house posted as to
the tactics to be pursued. By various
methods they succeeded in prolonging the
session of Select Council until the opponents
of the ordinance became convinced that it
would not be sprung, and scattered about
At an opportune moment the clerk of
Common Council rushed into Select Cham
ber with a bundle of matter for concurrence.
All the determined opposition had strag
tried out, leaving only Councilman Samuel
Morrow on that side. Bebman got close to
Morrow and before the latter could get in
an objection, which would have thrown the
matter back a month, Bebman, with his
dukes up, quietly informed Mr. Morrow
that if he did not sit down
quietly and let the ordinance pass, he (Beb
man) would knock him down. Morrow be
came very indignant, but Bebman kept him
so engaged that a motion to concur was put
and carried by a bare majority before the
whippers-in could rally their lorces. Beb
man succeeded in having the work begun
before the opposition could again centralize,
and before the next meeting of Councils
some of the objectors were converted. His
tory does not say whether or not they were
convinced by the method applied to Mr.
Morrow, bnt it is certain that when the
work was finished it sprang into popularity
Since 1860 the methods of lobbyists and
politicians have been sublimated. For in
stance, it has been fonnd perfectly feasible
in some parts of the South to accomplish
political results. by means of tissue ballots,
etc, and the shotgun is laid aside as cum
brous and unreliable. If every time a street
improvement is to be made in this city it
were necessary to use tbe Bebman method,
few except athletes would care to serve as
Councilman. In such case a few John L.
Sullivans would have the roost all to them
selves. FOX IN HAIfD LUCE.
He Hall From Buenos Ayres, But He la
Not a Pan-American Dolcsnte.
"CanJI have lodgings here this evening?"
The applicant was one of the hundreds of
people who apply every week lor a roof
over their heads and a warm place to sleep
at the Central police station. He was a
well-built young fellow, of about 24 years of
ace, and as he stood in front of Sergeant
Gray's desk last night, he looked honestly
into the officer's lace with a rather attractive
"Where are yon from?" was the next and
"From Bnenos Ayres," was the reply.
The police crowded around to see what
might have been a Pan-American delegate
in hard luck. He repeated his assertion,
said his name was Thomas Fox, and his
home at Oniga, I1L He had taken a cargo
of horses to South America some two years
ago, but got tired of his associations and
started for home on a coasting schooner,
landing at Norfolk, Va., spending his last
$2 to get to Baltimore, whence he took a
fast freight to Pittsburg, and wanted a job,
as he is a good hand at horses.
He had been fasting from Friday morn
ing, he said, which caused Inspector Mc
Aleese to shout for the biggest meal the
restaurant could get up, and it did not take
the traveler long to get on the outside of it.
Superintendent Dean trill provide him
with a situation to-day.
BR0WU AND OVERHEAD VVIEES.
The Chief Says the Streets Are Too Narrow
lo Pat Them UndersTonnd.
Chief Brown, of the Department of Pub
lic Safety, has returned from his trip to
Chicago and Grand Bapids, Mich., .where
hs has been inspecting the underground
system of wires in the former and a new
style of chemical fire engine in both places.
He declines at present to give the result of
his investigations to the public, hut thinks
the same system of underground wires in
nse in Chicago would not be entirely appli
cable to Pittsburg, on account of the much
greater width of the former's streets. He
thought, however, that the "wires would
ultimately have to go under, but the
methods adaptable to Pittsburg would have
to be first devised and considered.
On the subject of the chemical engines
the Chief was more communicative. They
resemble the Babcock, but work on a differ
ent principle, the liquid used being so con
structed that it will not stain as the Bab
cock water does. He thinks by a timely
application of one of these engines any fire
can be gotten under control in its incipl
ency. The work is continuous as while one
reservoir is being used the other can be
charged, and a tank wagon containing an
abundant supply is always at hand. He
could not say as yet whether the Fire
Bureau would purchase one or not.
THE OTHER ME. JOHNSTON.
Sonthilde Anti-ProhlbltlonUta Decide How
Thej Will Vote.
The Anti-Prohibitionists ot the Southside
met last night in Druids' Hall, on Carson
street, and made up the lull ticket which
that organization intends to support during
the present campaign. George Fritz pre
sided, and J. jyKyine acted as Secretary.
The candidates indorsed are: For State
Treasurer, IE. A. Bigler; District Attorney,
B. H. Johnston: Judge, Hon. F. H. Collier;
Director of the Poor, W. P. Loncks. The
association indorses no one for Coroner,
leaving their members free to decide ior
whom they will vote.
Secretary Kline stated after the meeting
adjourned that 45 societies, representing
9,000 voters, are now members of the asso
ciation, which has been permanently organ
ized as the Freibeits Bund. They wish
it to be understood the Mr. Johnston they
indorse is not the Prohibition candidate for
TAG CHILDREN MARCHED.
The Forty Hours' Service In the West-End
Catholic Church Concluded.
The conclusion of the celebration of forty
hours' devotion in SL James K. C. Church,
"West End, occurred yesterday afternoon at
4 o'clock. Solemn high mass was celebrated
bvBer. Father Cosgrove, assisted by Father
Voight, of St. Martin's; Father Cunning
ham, of Turtle Creek; Father Coyne, of
Chartiers, and Father Sheedy, of St. Mary's
Church. There was an imposing parade of
200 children dressed in white, who carried
flowers and scattered them as they marehed
through the aisles of the church.
Dlstnrbance of the Heart.
Heart disease is like an assassin, which creeps
apon yon In tbe dark, and strikes you when un
aware. Therefore, do not overlook any uneasi
ness in the region of the heart or disturbance
in its action, bnt at once take Dr. Flint's
Behest. Descriptive treatise with each bot
tle; or address Mack Drug Co., S. Y. atwp
Bloomfield's Highways Knee Deep in
Mud and Stagnant Fools.
CITIZENS PROTESTING IN VAIN.
Prevailing Contagions Diseases Traced to
This Canse Alone.
AN OUTBREAK OP SICKNESS EXPECTED
The deplorable condition of the Bloom
field streets is attributed to be the cause of
the prevalence of diphtheria, scarlet fever
and other Infectious diseases in that neigh
borhood. Many of the doctors living in the
Sixteenth ward state that there is a rapid
diminution of diphtheria, yet they are fear
ful that another outbreak of fever of a more
virulent character will result after the rain
has ceased, and the warm weather returns
which generally follows a continuous down
pour. It doesn't make much difference
which street you walk on in Bloomfield,
they are all in a filthy condition. The con
trast between other suburban places around
Pittsburg and this section of the city-is
grotesque. While in the neighborhood it
makes one think that he has been trans
lated a few ages back, when mud and dirt
reigned supreme, and sanitary science was
a thing to be discovered.
Upon every hand the residents are loudlv
complaining of the city's apparent neglect.
Some of them go so far as to state that it is
criminal lassitude on the part of the city
authorities in treating the matter in such a
light manner. They say that remonstrances,
both verbal and written, have been dunning
the ears of the ruling powers for several
years past to put the streets in proper con
dition. They state that they are a menace to
the health of the resident population, besides
being dangerous to foot and vehicle travel.
Pearl, Ella and Scioto streets are
two feet deep in jnnd and slush
after a short rain, which makes it repulsive
to,travel along these streets. At short dis
tances are deep ruts where the water lodges.
When the snn shines the water in the rut
holes becomes stagnant, impregnating the
air with poisonous gases. The women and
children who are constantly breathing these
impure gases are attacked with various dis
eases, which have resulted in a number of
The accumulation of dirt on the streets
enumerated has raised them two feet higher
than they should be. The channels are
choked up, preventing proper drainage.
Indeed they are not f drained through the
sewers at all; most of the waier is absorbed
by theoil, and this is another evil wnich
the citizens complain about.
Quite a large number of streets on the
west side of Liberty avenue are nota graded,
yet tbe streets have been inhabited for
years. Many of the people in this vicinity
own their own property, and they are in a
fix as to what course to adopt. They are
cognizant that their health is constantly
imperiled by the impuritv of the air caused
by the bad odors arising from the unkempt
streets. " They are mostly working people,
and cannot afford to sacrifice their property
and lose years of hard-earned wages.
Celebrated by the American Protectant As
sociation Eloquent Sermons and a Street
The various lodges of the American
Protestant Association in Allegheny county
celebrated the three hundred and seventy
second anniversary of Martin Luther's
Beformation. The services were held in St.
Peter's Church, Liberty street, Allegheny,
vesterday afternoon. About 1 o'clock 600
members of the order, representing lodges
Kos. 2, 6, 24, 33, 54 and 57, assembled at the
corner of Liberty street and Garrison
alley, and, headed by the Grand
Army Band and Nicholas Ott, of John
Huss Lodge No. 24, as Marshal, they
marched to the church on Liberty street.
The services commenced by the congrega
tion Kinsnntr Martin Luther's hvmn. "God
r is Onr Castle." Eev. T. F. M. Helmkamp
read tbe Forty-sixth Psalm and preached
the first sermon, explaining the objects of
the American Protestant Association,
which is to defend the rights of all Protes
tants against the alleged infringements of
the Boman church. The association makes
a special effort to do for those of the Protes
tant faith what Martin Luther and his fol
lowers did for his converts in hip day. The
principles of reformation, the Bible and the
doctrine of faith, which were set aside by
Luther's opponents, are being held up and
Bev. Frank Valtzer, of the East End.who
was announced to preach, was prevented
from being present by sickness in his fam
ily. Bev. Paul Zellers, of Sharpsbnrg, took
his place and preached a sermon on the
duties of the church toward the association.
which be claimed were to guard them and
extend to the members the benefits of the
The services were all in German and were
concluded at 5 o'clock. The audience was
very large and the parade was reinforced by
G00DBI, MR. EAIN.
The Slgnnl Observer bay, the Snn Will
Sbiue na Canal To-Day.
The rain which began yesterday morning
set in with a sullen sort of splish-splash
which indicated a determination to continue
for several days. The sky was leaden and
heavy, and il was the general opinion that
tb.e fall rain had begun. For several days
J. Pluvius had been making spasmodic and
decidedly portentous struggles to get up a
real heavy rain, and people said yesterdav
that he had finally got things started".
Many a riverman or coal operator looked at
the sky and said, "Here's the fall freshet
and that dam work down at the island ain't
done vet." Then he slammed the door and
went back to the fire.
All day long the rain came down, not
bard, but persistently, and after dark it be
came heavier, and it certainly looked like a
general storm. Up to 11 o'clock last night
the rainfall ior tbe day had been two-fifths
of an inch. The weather bulletins last night
indicate, however, that the rain will not'
last. To-day. they say, the clouds will
break, and the sun may even shine. The
storm, which was yesterday central over
Pennsylvania, has moved to the New Eng
land States. A high barometer wave is
moving this way from the West The
weather to-day will be slightly cooler, and
perhaps decidedly cooler along the lakes.
It is very important in this age nf vast ma
terial progress that a remedy he pleasing: to the
taste and to the eye, easily taken, acceptablo
to tbe stomach and healthy in its nature and
effects. Possessing these qualities, Syrnp of
Figs is the one perfect laxative andmost gentle
HtSf-jr- Thoae Entitled
To the benefit of club tickets at Aufrecht's
Elite Gallery, 516 Market street, and still
holding same, should call early and avoid
Combinations of different pieces. Very
handsome, in plush cases, ai Henry Terhey
den's. 530 Smithfield stret mwf
The nartnershln heretofore existing between
Wm. L. Adams and Luther Crone, under the
firm name of Adams dc Crone, was dissolved
this date, they baring sold out to T. J. Fulmer,
who. will continue the unsmeis at tbe same
PlTTBBUKQ, East End, Oct. 23. 18S9. oc27-110
tl AND 03 FIFTH AVENUE.
Pittsburg, Pa. pS0-7i-B
BjTDUplay advertisements one dollar per
square for one insertion. Clarified advertise
ment! on thit page such at Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, etc., ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken or leu than fifty "xnts.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of tho
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following plaoes,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient ad vertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning::
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts wlthTMDls-F-lTCn.
THOMAS McCAFFRJSY. S5o9 Bntler street
EMIL G. STUCKEY, Mth street and Penn are.
E. G. STUCKEY 4 CO., Wylle ave! and Fultonsfc,
N. STOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. TV. WALLACE, tin Penn avenue.
McALLISTEK & SHEIBLER, Sth av. & Atirood it.
JACOB 8FOHN, No. 2 Carson street.
H. A. DONALDSON. 1707 Carson stresi.
A. J. KAEKCHER, S9 Federal street.
H. J. McBKIDE, Market Home, Allerheny.
FRED H. EGGEK3. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS 4 SON, Ohio and Chestnut its.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENRY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
l'ERKYM. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
W. W. FLOCKEB. Stationer. No. 4 Grant aTe.
WANTED LABORERS AT SMITHFIELD
street bridge. J. FRIDAY. OC27-1OT
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED YOUNG
man for porter at RED LION HOTEL.
TIT" ANTED IMMEDIATELY EXPERI
VV FNCED gas fitters. -Apply at 216 WOOD
WANTED-OFF1CE BOY ADDRESS IN
own handwriting, giving age. J. K., Dis
patch office. ocIS-8
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS CANVASSER
for the Century Dictionary. H. WATTS &
CO., 431 Wood St. OC27-56-MWP
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS rtARBER:
other need apply; good wages paid
six la AVJk, uaKiana.
WANTED PLUMBER TO WORK AT LEE
TONIA, O. Inquire Of CHANDLEYBltOS.
& CO., Beaver Falls, Pa. oc27-28
WANTED AT ONCE-A FIRST-CLAbS TIN
and sheet iron worker. JAME3T. KIN
CAID, JR., No. 107 First ave.. Plttsbnrg. 0C27-59
WANTED-SIX SPRING FITTERS-NONE
bnt the best need apply. LA BELLE
STEEL WORKS. Ridge aye., Allegheny Cltv.
ANTED-BOY. FROM 17 TO 18 YEARS
old. can to-morrow mornln?, between 7
and 8 o'clock,
MASHEI'B CAFE, 83 Fifth are.
WANTED AT ONCE ONE GOOD AND
stead v coatmaker: none else need apply at
FRED . WEST A CO. '3, Sixth ave., Homestead.
v wares, S3 25:
nine hours' work. Annlv to
BORDER & LOUCH. at John Sblndetutte's. Mc-
Kee's Rocks. oc27-4S
V Beaver. Lawrence,
W.ishln srton counties to sell a household necessltv.
Address A. K. MABTELL, til Smlthfield st.
WAN! ED-GENTLEMEN WHO DKSIRE A
wife or a llvelv correspondent to send their
address and stamp to THE AMERICAN CORRE
SPONDING CLUB, Box 643, Clarksburg, W, Va.
WANTED SALESMEN IMMEDIATELY
In every town 4nd city: good salarv or
commission paid; steady employment. Address
H. V. CLARK&CO., Nurserymen, Rochester, N.
WANTED-YOUNG MAN TO COLLECT
mnst be acquainted with both cities; have
good references and give security; 6tateageand
salary expected. Address PUNCTUAL, Dispatch
WANTED-FIFTY LABORERS TO WORK
on East Palestine, O.. water works; wages
il 50 per day: pay every two weeks: work all
winter. Apply on works, M. PHILUIN, Con
WANTED-SALESMEN FOR FINE LINE OF
quick-selling, labor-saving specialties
needed fcy every retail dealer: exclusive territory.')
and big commission clven. W. B. PEKSHIxi,
and big commission given.
South Bend, Ind.
WANTED-AGENTS TO COME AND LOOK
over our new llneof albums for tbe holiday
trade: there Is a big hit here for a iot of live
agents. Apply to P. J. FLEMING & CO., 77 Dia
mond st., Pittsburg, Pa, oc27-49
WANTED-TRAVELEB TO SELL PAPER
patterns and establish agencies for the same;
a splendid paying side line for a smart man; com
mission liberal. UNIVERSAL FASHION COM
PANY, 40 E. Twelfth St., New York. oc28-22
WANTED-MAN 10 LOCATE AT WHEEL
ING cr Canton as district manager: salarv
L 000 a year; must deposit 000 cash for stock and
gle reference and securllr. Call on GEORGE
CLINE, No. 5 Sixth ave., Monday or Tuesday.
WANTED-FOREMAN-A GOOD, SMART,
reliable and steady man to take charge of
finishing department In country harness leather
tannery. Inside two months. Apply personally
thlseyenlngafter7. ROOM268, Hotel Anderson.
T7 ANTED SALESMAN TO
VV specialties to merchants: samples and case
furnished: exclusive terrlto:
commlsiion: nermanent situa
xciusire territory; salary paia or
permanent situation, with chance to
establish fine trade. MODEL LEDGER CO.,
bouth Bend, Ind. oc16-44-mwt
-TTJANTED-LABORERS WANTED IN NEW
YV Orleans 200 able-bodied men to ship as
crew; wages 60 per mouth and board; to reliable
men steady employment wUl he given. Apply to
M.N.WOOD. Coast and Latausche Line, No. 2
Canal St., New Orleans, La. oclS-42
"VTJANTED-SALESMEN AT 75 PER MONTH
V V salarv and expenses, to sell a line of silver
plated ware, watches, etc; by sample only; horse
and team furnished free; write at once for full
srtlculars and sample case of goods free. STAN
ABD SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass.
T7-ANTED-AN OLD LINE LIFE INSDR
VV ANCEcorapanvwlshestosecure the services
ot a representative for Western Pennsylvania;
liberal terms granted to the right man; all-com-municatlons
strictly confidential. Addrss. stat
ing experience, etc., SHFX. OF AGENCIES Y.
E S., Dispatch office. OC2S-15
v? irt work ana employers ana all others
who may wish to employ bricklayers should regls-
t eucii hbuu, ireu vi ciisrKe. atincneaaquaricrs
of the INDUSTRIAL MUTUAL BENEFIT AS-
bOCIATlON, 93 Fourth ave..
first floor front.
open until 9 p. M. Saturdays.
TIJAN TED-AGENTS TO SELL OUR NEW
VV books; Bunyan's Pilgrim Progress, the
Parnell Movement, the History of the U. S.
by America's historian; Losslug; History of the
becret Service In the Civil War by the late Head
of the Secret Service Bureau; lots of new books;
holiday books on sale: liberal terms. Apply P.
J. FLEMING CO.. 77 Diamond St., Pittsburg,
-TT ANTED COOK AN EXTRA TIRST-
tV CLASS cook for a private family; highest
wages paid. Address P. if.. Dispatch office, stat-
Ing references, amount of experience, etc.
"TTTANTED IMMEDIATELY AN EXPE-
YV KlEMCEDand thoroughly competent lady
teacher for a school outside the city: middle-aged
single woman preferred; employment constant:
wages S30O pe
ler annum, witn Doara. Address
MUNM1N, Dispatch office.
OInle nnd Female Help.
WANTED-200 LABORERS FOR PIPE LINE,
railroad and stone quarry; wages 11 SO to
P 75 per day; 20 laborers for factory; 20 for farms
and gardeners: man and wlfef or country. In
quire MO GRANT 81BEET. OC28-10
WANTED-A BUTLER, YARD MAN, MAN
and wife for farm house; cook and chamber
maid for small family; 100 house girls: dishwasher
and pantry girl: 60 cooks; 20 chambermaids;
child's nurse. MEEHAN'S, 5B Grant St.
WANTED-KKENCH NURSE TO TAKE
charge of two children, cooks,idtnlng room
girls, chambermaids, nurses, 100 houseglrls, Ger
man and colored girls, farm hands, drivers, man
for dairy. MRS. E. THOMPSON, 608 Grant st.
WANTED-AN ACTIVE "BUSINESS PART
NER in a commercial and manufacturing
business; capital required 83,000. Address COM
MERC1AL, Dispatch office. OC27-S4
Machinery nnd Metals.
WANTED-A GOOD SECOND-HAND TOW
BOAT with about seven teen-Inch cylinders
and six-feet stroke. Address, with full descrip
tion and price asked, LOCK BOX NO. 131, (julncy,
WANTED-TO LOAN 8500,003. IN AMOUNTS
or 13,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4X per cent, free of tax: also smaller
amounts at S and S per cent, BLACK & BAIKD.
85 Fourth avenue.
WANTED-TO iOAN 8200.000 ON MORT
GAGES; 8100 and upward at 6 per cent;
8500,000 at 4H per cent on residences or business
property; also In adloinlng counties. S. H.
FRENCH. 125 Fourth avenue 0C2I-4-D
TT7-ANTED-MOBTGAGES-81, 000, C00TO LOAN
SON, 1Q3 Fourth avenue.
TXTANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
VV EKiy. over 84,000; H ner cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER CO.. 82 Fourth avenue.
WANTED -HOKTG AG3-81. COO, 000 TO LOAN
in large and small amounts at ii, 5 and 6
per cent, free of State tax: no delay.
fcOYLE ft CO.. 131 Fourth are.
TTTANTED-TO LOAN 850,000 ON MORT
V V GAGES In amounts to suit, in city or coun
try, at 4) to s per cent, as to security: no delay.
SAMUEL W. liLACK. ft CO., 09 Fourth avr.
"ITr ANTED MORTGAGES WE HAVE
TV money to loan In large or small amounts
on Pittsburg. Allegheny or suburban improved
real estate at low rates. ALEXANDER A LEE,
313 Wood t. OC2S-7-MWS
TH7"ANTED-HIGHEST SPOT CASH I'KICES
VV paid for second-hand furniture, carpets and
honssnold goods of all kinds. 1211 PEN S AVE
"TTT-ANIED-TOSTARTACLUB OF CMBI-
BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
BOXMl. and I wifl calf and snow you the cratch.
WANTED PHOTOGRAPHERS, AGENTS
and artists to know that we make prints
and finish them at lowest rates, also dealers in
frames. PITTSBURG CRAYON CO., 831 Smith
field street. oc27-l55
WAVrED-PERSONH It) KNOW THAT BY
agreeing to pay II per week you can get
fiosgession ox nne goia or silver watcnes. ciocks,
ewelry, diamonds, silver ware, etc J. MITSCH,
130 Federal St., Allegheny, Pa.
TTTANTED-THE PEOPLE TO KAOWTHAT
r YEAGER & CO.,70 Federal it , Allegheny,
will make cabinets of anybody during this month
for 75c per doz.: bring the little ones: don't miss;
No, 70 federal it. These cabinets trill not fade.
VTTANTED-LAD1ES' 80LID GOLD FILLED
VV case Elgin watches, (15 50: gents' sizes,
$18 60; same as are sold by watch clubs at 33;
written guarantee given : man orders promptly
attended to, B. E. AR'J&S, Jeweler.
do r ii m
"rn-ANTED-BY PEARSON. LEADING FHO-
II iUUliAllittt, e rum avenue, irutsDurg;
ana Federal street, Allegheny,
know that he Is m&kln? fine cabin
tine cabinets at (1 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: lnstan-
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOBSALE-ON MAGEE STREET. COR. ANN
street, 3 very desirable lots; only (8,000. See
W. A. HEUKOM &SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-COLWELL ST., NEAR DIN
WIDDIE, a very desirable 2-story brick
dwelling; 6 rooms and finished attic; price 1 TOO:
terms easy; lot 20x100 to alley. J. C. KE1I.LY, 77
Diamond st. 0C27-125
FOR SALE-AT 4,750-VEHY REASONABLE
terms: short walk from the postofflce. on
i Bluff st.. Sixth ward: a neat brick house of 8
rooms, jaie conveniences. Dee w. a. tiiuinun
& SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave. ocIv-20-HTh
FORBES sr.NEAB VAN BRAAM,
A? a two storv
brick aweiiln in rear or lot racing
Tustln st. nf four rooms and basement; water.
fas, fine store roc
BAIKD, 85 Fourth
fine store room in front house.
FOR SALE-ONLY 10 MINUTES FROM THE
Court House a new complete brick house, 8
m: price low
.. - .. .. .,
a aesiraoie location
sua terms easy,
W. A. UERRON A SONS. 80
FOR SALE-GIVE US A BID; WILL SELL AT
a bargain to close an estate: two brick
houses of7 rooms each, one Of 6 rooms: lot 60x114
ft, (room yet to build one house in front), on Vine
st.. Eighth ward.
. HEBRON & SONS,
80 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE VERY CHEAP-A DESIRABLE
new house, late styie,9 rooms: lot 30 ft. front:
street is paved, city sewer; centrally located and
a very short distance from the Court House: a bar
gain Is offered If sold quick. W. A. HEBRON &
SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave. oclO-20-JiTh
FOR SALE-5 BRICK HOUSES IN THE CITY
in excellent neighborhood, all In good order
and well heated; Income about (1,500 annually;
will be sold at a great bargain; good thing for
permanent Investment; will pay overs percent
clear of all taxes and expenses. JAS. W. DRAPE
& CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. oc26-30-D
East End Residence.
SALE -FRIENDSHIP AVE. NEAR
six two storv brick dwellings of five
rooms and fine attic each. ras. water, etc. : will
sell separate or as a wnole. BLACK & BAIRD.
95 Fourth ave. C-106 Oct 24-7.
FOR SALF-A SMALL EAST END RESI
DENCE, almost new, and good lot with side
entrance, on easv payments: 6 rooms, hall and
cellar; all In good order: nrlce only e,530: small
payments. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.. 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. oc26-31-HWS
FOR SALE-SEVERAL FIRST-CLASS RESI
DENCES and grounds In the East Ena in
central localities on and aroundline of cable cars,
near Shadyslde station; we have a number of fine
firopertles on our list for gale to which we would
nvlte the attention of anyone desiring to secure,
position in the Shadyslde district: we will take
Fleasure In showing any of tbe places and giving
all particulars confidentially at any time; we
have a system of conducting our business by
which bnyers are not known until deals are con
summated. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. oc26-30-n
small houses In Allegheny, now renting for
C43 annually to prompt paying tenants: will sell
for S3, 500. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. oc2630-D
FOR SALE-20 PERCENT INVESTMENT: IN
Fourth ward, Allegheny; 9-room brick house;
bath, etc : In first-class order: price sa,0()0: easy
terms; this is your chance. W. W. MCNEILL &
BRO., 1C5 Fourth ave. OC27-74
FOR BALE A FINE PARK RESIDENCE
property In Allegheny, with large corner
lot, handsome brick residence, hall In center, spa
cious rooms on either side and replete throughout
with all the newest and more recent modern ap-
Sllances; stable and carriage house, etc., etc.
AS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue. Pitts
FOR SALE A GOOD BRICK RESIDENCE
property In Second ward, Allegheny, near
Earks, and on Hue of street cars; 10 flue rooms, and
eantlficd throughout with artistic taste; bath,
lavatory, laundry, natural gas, etc., etc.; large
lot, side entrance, etc.; a most valuable property
In every particular; one of the best residences in
the Second ward. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. oc26-30-D
FOR SALE HAZELWOOD-QUEEN ANNE, S
rooms, hall, porch, vestibule, etc.: lot 24x120;
only 1 minute from becond Ave. Electric By., or
S minutes from Hazelwood station; price, &S0O;
$500 cash; balance. 200 annually. SAMUElT W.
BLACK i CO., 89 Fourth ave. oc23-i:-mf
FOR SALE-SECOND AVE., GLENWOOD,
B. 4 O. K. R., a fine brick dwelling org
rooms, finished attic, 3 acres of ground and only
S minutes walk from station: this property Is
well adapted lor manufacturing purposes.
BLAOK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 2D-308.
centrally located at WllklUBburg. P. R. tt.,
a verv desirable new house, 8 rooms; thoroughly
improved- Iot 100x200 ft. See W. A. HERBON A
SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. ocl7-95-UTh
FOR SALE-A HOUSE AND LARGE LOT-2
minutes' walk from Ingram station, 6 rooms,
hall, cellar, natural gas, water, etc.; price only
82,650, on smallpayments: Immediate possession.
JAS. V. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth arenucPItts-
FORSALE-EDGEWOOD, P. B. R.. ON ELM
street, 3 minutes' from the station, anew
frame dwelling of 8xooms and finished attic, bath
room, w. c, h, and c water, state mantels, nat
ural gas, fine chandeliers, electric light, laundry,
etc.; lot 40x150: prlco 83,250, 82,500 cash, bsl. to
suit; immediate possession. BLACK A BAIRD,
95 Fonrth ave. 44-197. oc27-72
home for a cltv
business man, a brick dwell-
ing on Broad st. (80 ft. wide). Sewlckley, contain
ing ten rooms, bath, laundry, nat. and art. gas,
hot and cold water. Inside shutters, etc. ; fine large
Iot47x203ft,, fruit trees,lawn and flagstonewalks;
also, adjoining above a beautiful level lot 89x220
u, jrmt trees, aspnauuiu wants, etc., irauic
ertlcs are In an elegant neighborhood, opposite
the 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 house; tho
owner, a non-resident, will sell for a short time
for 80,000 and 84,500 respectively: terms will be
made mutually satisfactory. For fuller Informa
tion call on or address A. W. ADAIR, Room 708
Penn building. Penn ave. oc28-12
trOR SALE-LOTS AT GLENWOOD, NEAR
the station: irradcd streets, sidewalks, cltv
water, houses and lots lor sale 81,350, 81,750. 82.01'u,
teu per cent cash, balance on monthly paj ments:
Second Ave. Electric Itallwav will nass
win pass in
these lots; B. AO. Railroad fare monthly tickets.
h cents per trln: 12 minutes from Sn
12 minutes from Smlthfield st,
GEORGE C BURGWIN, 150 Fourth ave,
FOB SALE-AT WILKINSBURG-LOTS IN
the Wilson and Beatty plan;8 minutes from
sta-t beautiful location: size 30x140: 8375; easy
terms W. E. HAM.N KPT. 404 Smlthfield street,
Pittsburg and Wilkinsburg, Pa. oc20-9
17IORBALE-FARM-182 ACRES, GOOD FRAME
JD honse, bank barn and other -outbuildings;
good soil, water and coal; near Saltsburg: 850 uer
acre. ED WI'iriSH, 410 Grant St.. Pittsburg,
FOR SALE-FAUU-TO ANY CAPITALIST,
either rady or gentleman, that wishes to buy
one of the finest Improved farms in the State of
Kentucky; price, (65,000: it contains over 700
acres, and ss 1 nave a personal knowledge of It
ana the surrounding country, 1 will give a guar
anteed, truthful statement of tbe tacts to any per
son wishing to Investigate, who la able and willing
to buy. lfall be found correct. Call on or address
LEVI J. J&FFBIEiSBellCTeraen, Fayette Co., Pa.
East End Lots
FOR SALE-HANDSOME LARGE LOT, ONE
square from Negley and Hlland aTes.. at low
price and easy terms. .MELLON
MuotauguBb) Xm x
FOR SALE-THE CHEAPEST LOTH IN THE
market to-day are to be fonnd in the Villa
Park plan, Urnsbton station: no city taxes and
conveniently located: seenre plan (book form),
from JOHN F. BAi.rEK, Agt., 5U Smlthfield it.
FOR SALE-I HAVE FOR SALE AT LESS
than value, a splendid building site; no nicer
In the county ; first-class neighborhood : 2 minutes'
from cahleand 7 from Pennsylvania Railroad. M.
K. HARRISON. Draughtsman, 131 Fifth avenue,
city. P. O. box 723. oc26-3
FOR SALE-LOTS IN THE BAUM GROVE
plan; fronton-wide aspbaltum stret-ti, have
flagstone sidewalks, with grass plots and a cen
tral location, makes this plan the most desirable
in the market-
Secure plan from MELLON
HKOS.. East End, or JOH
J '. JJAXTEK, Agt.;
si? smlthfield street.
Allegheny Lots. .
T7IOB SALE-DESIRABLE BUILDING LOT,
frontlng 25 ft. on Avery St.,
close to oarks.
W. W. Mc-
FOU- SALE BUSINESS.
TfiOB SALE A- GOOD PAYING GENERAL
JU store st a Dargnint storeroom ana aweiunjr.
ror particulars aaaress o. jr.
FOR SALE-AT A HACRIFICE-THE ENTIRE
rurnlsnment. with lease of 8-room dwelling,
on Wylloave., near Federal St.: good roomers
occupying same and paving mora than rent of
entire building. J. C KEiLLY. 77 Diamond st.
T7KJR SALE-BETAIL GEOCEBY-ON ONE OF
X? the best streets in Allegheny; stock, fixtures
and goodwill of a retail grocery: average montli-
lv sales 12.000: stock SLSOO to J4.
ics fz, wu: siock s,euu to .iui:
a jrood paying
trade: special reasons for selling.
Apply to i.
M. PENNOCK & SON, No, 105 Fourth ave.
IOR SALE-NEW FIRST-CLASS STEAM
lanndrr; fine fAmilv irrocerv store With
splendid location and business, will Invoice about
su.uoo; smaller grocery stores, fuuto ,mi; mm
route; cigar and confectionery stores (22S to t.VJ;
drrgoodsand notion stores: feed store; 2 printing
TStjs: drug stores; shoe stores; bakeries and 100
otheruuslness chances: free particulars. SHEP
ARD 4 CO., 54 Vlfth ave. oc23
FOR SALE TO A GOOD BUSINESS MAN"
who can command considerable capital and
assume charge of the office work; finances, etc.,
an Interest In an extensive manufacturing con
cern near the city: a first-class firm, having a line
of specialties only a perfect monopoly. Partic
ulars in confidence from J AS. W. DRAPE A CO.,
128 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. oc26-30-D
FOR SALE-THE VALUABLE MANUFAC
TURING site 302x301 feet, fronting on Alle
gheny Valley K. It., near Fifty-fourth street and
McCandless station: full, free and unobstructed
railroad front; to be sold at public sale on Tues
day afternoon, October 29. at 2 o'clock, on the
B remises. Fuller particulars from JAMES W.
RAPE & CO.. Agents and Auctioneers, 129
Fourth avenue. Pittsburg oc24-14-P
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, dec.
FOR SALE SECOND-HAND BAROUCHE,
as good as new; Can be seen at C. WEST It
CO. '3, Carriage Makers, 420 Dnquesne way, Pitts
burg, Pa. oclO-20
machinery and metals.
FOR BALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
and refitted! repalrlngpromptlv attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY ANDMACH1NEOO..LIM.,
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. anlO-29.
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers: all sizes and styles. in stock, from 4 to
100 h. p. ;all rentted:good as new, at lowest prices;
portable engines. 8 to 25 h. p. ; boilers an sizes
and styles, J.3. YOUNG,23Part way.AUegheny,
FOR SALE HOISTING ENGINES, NEW
and second hand; wire and manllla rope, der
rick and fittings, hoisting tubs and cars, clay and
ore pans, engines, boilers and machinery.
THOMAS CARLIN '3 SONS, Lacock and Sandusky
sts., Allegheny. au5-17-MWV
FOE SALE FOUNDRY BAKE BUSINESS
opportunity for Individuals or corporations,
to close the estate, as a whole, the Archi
tectural Iron Foundry, as most successfully run
for over IS years by the late Samuel J. Creswell,
Twenty-third and Cherry sts.. Philadelphia, Pa.
Location freight yards of Baltimore and Ohio
and Philadelphia and Reading; Railroads within
one block and Pennsylvania Railroad within
four blocks. Buildings specially erected for this
business, and of most substantial character. Beat
estate owing to location, of great Intrinsic value,
apart from- present occupation. Equipment the
finest of Its kind In this country. Patterns, tools
and machinery all modern, and requiring no
further outlay. Possibilities of production un
limited. Business running as in lifetime or late
owner, with full force or employes, large con
tracts on hand, and In. midst ot great activity.
Possession Immediate. Apply to or address
JOSEPH DE F. JUNEIN, Executor. S. E. cor.
Sixth and Walnut sis., Philadelphia, Pa.
B. SALE-GROCERY FIXTURES AND
stock. Address N. H. D.. Dispatch office.
LOST-A LADlr'S GOLD HUNTING CASE
watch with tbe name Katie Uellerbach en
graved on Inside cap, between 1731 Liberty st.
and the corner of Penn and Thirteenth st. A.
nttable reward wUl be given by returning It at
1731 LIBERTY ST. r 0C2&-21
T OST WHILE LOOKING AT THE ELEGANT
U display of voltaic diamonds at GSPlfthave.,
I lost my senses at the beauty, brilliancy and low
prices: eardrops, p M and up: rings, S350andup:
studs. S2 an d ur: stick Dins. 12 25 and ud: all sol
ip; sties pin soana up; aiisoiia
gold. B. E. ARONS, Jeweler, Sole Agent for
u. . oczi-m
East- End Residences.
TO LET-HOJSE OF 14 ROOMS. STABLE
and outbuildings: large grounds; on Negley
avenue, near Penn avenue cable cars. Inquire of
HE.NKY BOBERT3,atOliver&K0berts Wire Co.,
TO LET-FINE BRICK RESIDENCE AND
beautiful grounds In the East End, conven
ient to rallread station: 10 rooms, bath, natural
gas, furnace, full -Bow of water, etc. J AS. W.
DRAPE & CO., J29 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
Allegheny Residences. '
TO LET-ON ERIE bT., NEAR THE PARKS,
2-story brick dwelling, 6 rooms; rent very
low. J. C. KEILLY, 77 Diamond st. ocZ7-124
rrtO LET-ON RIDGEWOOD AVE.. ALLE
1 GHENT, modern bouse of 0 rooms, recep
tion hall, both gases, at (22 per month. ALEX
ANDER A LEE, 313 Wood street.
TO LET--ELEGANT RESIDENCE IN ALLE
GHENY, No. 130 Franklin street; contains
eight rooms, good ball, bathroom, w. c, both
gases and all modern Improvements, with nice
grounds. GEO. R. BOTHWELL, No. lot Frank
lin street, .Allegheny. oc24-39
TO LET-THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS
on Smlthfield street, for light housekeeping;
natural sas, water and other conveniences: Imme
diate possession. JAS. W-.DRAPE & CO.. 129
Fonrth ave., Pittsburg.
I Suburban Residences.
TO LET-GLEN FIELD, P.. FT.W. 4 C. RY., 5
minutes' walk from station, a 2-story frame
dwelling of 9 rooms: water In house, natural gas.
good cellar, stable for 3 horses, abundance of
lrult; about. 6 acres of ground: rent 815 until
April 1, 1890. BLACK 4 BALHD, 95 Fourth ave.
Offices. Dek Hoom. &.C
TO LKf-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two of the
roomiest and best-lighted offlces to be fonnd in the
city; rent, 20oandsxo per annum. Including elec
tric lights, Janitor service and steam heating.
Apply between 10 A. M. and 1 r. v., or between
2 and 4 P.M. 1T23-C7
OLD CITY HALL,
Friday Evening, Nov. 1.
Grand Testimonial Concert
THE CELEBRATED ORCHESTRA.
The Eminent Pjanist. RAFAEL J OSEFFY.
Also the Fanious Celloist, VICTOR HER
BERT. Reserved Seats, $1 GO and SL Can now be
had at H. Kleber & Bro.'s Music Store. OCZ7-17
GRAND OPERA HOUSE-'
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
THE WOMAN HATER.
Nov 4 Sol Smith Russell, A Poor Relation.
, .To-night, v
W. W. Tillotson'S Merry Company In
Week November 4 Evans & Hoey, In "A
Parlor Match." oc28-11-xttf
'lo-nlght. Matinees Tuesday, Thursday
GILLETTS. WORLD ON WHEELS AND
VAUDEVILLE CO. oc27-4
HARRIS' THEATER-EVERY AFTER
NOON and evenlDE..
GRAY' A STEPHEN8
In their Beautiful and Picturesque Drama
THE OLD OAKEN BUCKET.
Week ol Not. s-Srkw Are. aUarei.
PERSONAL-MALTBY"S OYSTER DEPOT.
late 76 Fifth avenue, removed to 641 Smith
deld street; fresh oysters received dally; orders
filled at lowest prices, J, B. HEMHBBLE. JUgr.
PERSONAL-BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
New and old, ancient and icoaern. standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30,oaOTol
nmes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK, STOKE. 989
Liberty st. au3-ss
PERSONAL-"CUT KATES" ON WATCHES;
richly engraved, solid gold, filled case. Elgin
watches for ladies, $15 SO: gent's size. SIS SO: same
as sold by watch clubs ror S33: written guarantee
given: mail orders promptly attended to. B. E.
ARONS, Jeweler, M Fifth ave. OC27-134
PERSONAL WHAT ARE "VOLTAIC
Diamonds?" Founa is miles south of Hot
Springs. Ark., at the root of the Ouachita range
of mou tains, in Sliver City basin; they are a natu
ral stone, not paste, or glass, and are warranted
for brilliancy. B. E. ARONS. Jeweler. Sole
Agent for U. S., 65 Fifth ave. ocZ7-m
PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY" RE
TURN ED; recently tbey bad not been on the
best or terms owing to a little family tar occa
sioned by the wife insisting on being allowed to
renovate his wearing apparel, and which, ot
course, was done In a bungling manner; In order
to prevent the trouble they agreed to send all
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor, 66
Firth are., corner Wood st.. second floor, and
now everything is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns In their household. Telephone ISM.
FOUND-HANDSOME. SOLID GOLD FILLED
case Elgin watches for ladies. SIS 50; gents'
size, vis ou; same as sola Dy waicn ciuds xor fs;
written guarantee gtren; mall orders promptly
d to. B. E. ARONS, Jeweler, 65 Fifth in.
AUCTION SALE OF THE FURNISH
MENT of an elegant East End residence,
at the anctlon rooms No. 3U Market St.,
TUESDAY morning. October 29, at 10 o'clock.
Solid mahoganyichamber suit, walnut cham
ber suits Tennessee marble tops and French
plate mirrors: toiletware, hair and husk mat
tresses, str. pads: carpet and rods, door
and window curtains, mirrors, shades,
pictures, tables and covers, mantelets,
toilet tables, dressers, bedsteads wash
stands, commodes, ball chairs and racks,
towel racks, boot-boxes, fine group parlor
salt, odd easy chairs and rockers, leather
dining chairs, fine walnut sideboard, handsome
dinner service, silver and glassware, kitchen
and laundry fnrnisbments. blaek marble
refrigerator, dmegets, fine Brussels carpets,
almost new aqnarium. ice chest, step ladder,
cornices, carpet sweeper, extension and kitchen
tables, bookcase, desk, folding bed, bedding,
fenders, cabinet, and many other things too
numerous to mention. HENRY AUCTION
CO., LIM., Auctioneers. ocZ7-133
HOTEL at PUBLIC SALE
THE McCLELLAN HOUSE,
This long-established and well-known house
will be offered at public sale
WEDNESDAY. NO VEUBER 26,1889.
Also the Opera Honse building, with store
rooms, offices, etc eta. adjoining the hotel.
These properties will be sold separately, or to
gether, as may suit purchasers. For further
information apply to
O. EDWARD HERSH, York, Pa.
JAMES HEP.SH. Gettysburg, Pa.
Administrators of John H. M'Clellan, deceased.
BY JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO.'
VALUABLE MANUFACTURING SITE
at public sale, on A. V, R. R., near Fifty
fourth street, 302x301 teet, fronting on railroad,
with facilities for sidetrack, and extending to a
wide street; one of tbe most eligible manufact
uring sites of any point in tbe city, to be sold
TUESDAY. OCTOBER 29.
at 2 o'clock P. 3T-, on the premises.
As the owner is a non-resident; he is anxious
to sell, and will let theT property go at a great
bargain. Terms at sale. Title perfect and un
encumbered. Fuller particulars from
JAS. W.DRAPE 4 O,
129 Fonrth avenue,
OC2632-D Pittsburg. Pa.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Li report of Viewers' on the damages caused
by the gTadinc of Grazier street, from-Fifth
avenue to Homewood avenue, has been ap
proved by Councils, which action will be final,
unless an appeal is filed in tho Court of Com
mon Pleas within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PrrrsBtTBO. Pa.. October 17. Igsa. ocI7-37
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
JL1 report oi viewers on ice grading oi wail
ingford street, from Neville street to Barton
street, and Grazier street, from Fifth avenue
to Homewood avenue, has been approved by
Councils, which action will be final, unless an
appeal is filed in the Court of Common Pleas
within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Pnbllc Works.
rrrrsBrmo, Pa.. October 17, 1889. ocI7-37
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GrVEN THAT THE
JN report of viewers on tbe grading and pav
ing of "Dresden Alley, from Fifty-second street
to McCandless street; has been approved by
Councils, which action will be final, unless an
appeal is filed in tbe Court of Common Pleas
within ten (10) days from date.
Chief of Department or Public Works.
PTTTSBTJBQ, Pa.. OctJ7, 1889. OC17-3T
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
reports of Viewers on, the grading, paving
and curbing of Filth avenue, from Penn ave
nue toFrankstownavenne, and Negleyavenne,
from Hampton street to Roup street, have been
approved by Councils, .which action will he
final, unless an appeal is filed in the Court of
Common Pleas within ten (10) aays from date.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Pnbllc Works.
PrrrsBUKG, Pa., October 17. 1888. ocl7-37
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
jj reports ot viewers on me opening or
Omaha street, from Bigham street to Merrimao
street: Emily street, from Craft avenue to
Halket street; Felicia alley, from Murtland
street to the city line; Zenith alley, from
Felicia alley to Formosa-alley, and Ecru alley,
from Felicia alley to Formosa alley, have been
approved uy i;onnciis,-wnicn action win do I
final unless an appeal Is filed in the Court of
Common Pleas within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
ErrrSBTJHG, Pa., October-17, 1888. ocl7-37
October 3. 1S89.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT-THB
Bureau of Health of tbe city of Pitts
burg has this day established and provided,
and does hereby designate the foot of Seven
teenth (17) street, in the city of Pittsburg, at
the Allegheny river, and Clark's dumpboat,
immediately above the north end Of the South
Tenth street bridge. In the city of Pittsburg,
on tbe Monongahela river, as tbe places where
are to be received and deposited tbe contents
of all privies as tbey shall from time to time be
cleaned and emptied, and all other offensive
substances found upon tbe public highway,
THOMAS W. BAKER.
Superintendent of the Bureau of Health.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
reports of Viewers on the construction of
sewers on llevran street, from crown between
Louisa andBates streets to Louisa street sewer;
Carey alley, from South Twenty-ninth street to
a point 450 feet westwardly: Fifth street, from
Liberty avenue to the Allegheny river, and
Fifth avenue, from Amberson avenue to a
point west of Moorhead's lane, have been ap
proved by Councils, which action will be final,
unless an appeal is filed in tbe Court of Com
mon Pleas, within ten (10) days from date.
Chief of Department of Pnbllc Works.
PrmBUEG, Pa.. October 17, 1889.
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THK
. Chief of tbe Department of Public Safety
to purchase a lot df ground in tbe Thirty-first
ward for the nse of the Bureau of Fire.
Section 1 Be It ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is hereby, ordained and
enacted by tbe authority of the same.
That the Department of Public Safety
be and it is hereby authorized and em-
powered to purchase a lot or piece ot ground,
situate In the Thirty-first ward, la the neigh
borhood Of the intersection of Arlington and
Brownsville avenues, for tbe purpose of erect
ing thereon an engine and hosehoase building,
the price or consideration thereof not to ex
ceed the sum of (18,000) three thousand dollars,
and the said purchase to he subject to the ap
proval of Conncils.-
Bection 8 That any ordinance or part of
ordinance conflicting with the, provisions of
this ordinance be and tbe same is hereby re
pealed, so far as tbe same aSects this ordi
nance. Ordained and enacted into a law ia Councils,
this 14th day of October. A. D. 1889.
H. P. FORD. President, of Select Counea.
Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD, Clerk of Seleet
Council. W. A. MAGEE. President of Com
mon Council pro tern. Attest: GEO. SOOTH,
ciers: oi common cobbou.
Mayor's Otaee, .Oeteber 17, M88. Apareved:
wM.MGUAXdjiis. Mayer. -Attest: w.a.mo
CLEAR Y. Mayer's Clerk.
"Pslimislaaal 4b raaUa&aLsjLssk aWalr VsaS V 1
AtVUWXirw sn J S UUCsVaSSO UVlla Tama fa I
TVTOT1CE TO BOOKBINDERS-SEAIJ
IN proposals will be received atsMeuflliuj
tintll 4 o'clock P.M. TUESDAY. Oetefeer A
USB, tor rebindlsg 44 record dockets, or far 1
nishing the same new- rorparxtefuan,
riiinij etclnanirBattheoSceof tbeC
HommiHlonen. JOBIAH SPEBR.
0C2S-43 County ControHor.'-'
OmcE or nrs Pkbsisext of the
Second Ave. Passwsxb Katxwat Co., I
No. ow Ltnerty aveaae.
DIDSFORTHEWHbliE OR ANY PAMj
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSANBS
FIRST MORTGAGE 5 PER CENT38-YEAJM
Of this company f rer of tax, wH be reeevei
at this office onto soon ot NOVEMBBX 1
1859. The President reserves the right to se
lect any or all bids.
ocSSSS JAMES D. CALLERY. Preside.
Office of Bobocoh Cussx. t
NOTICE TO UONTRACTORS-SEALBB
proposals will be received at the ntBoo of,'
th. UA.nt,.i, nw..tu urrnnrBan i v-nri-.:
IUO WUIWBJU WIU. MUM. M.t.VJMn., VW4.M
30, 18S9, at 4 o'clock p. jl, Xor the feWewfcsc
One on Jerome street, from a- potet
street car nam west to new ones sewer, ot si
aiameier ot id incnes ana approximate I
One of 13 in. diameter. Irons north See
Power's line to center of Thlrteeoth av
length 260 ft: thence alone Thirteenth ave. 1
tbe lough, river, of a diameter of 34 lnaaesw
length 4 ft '
Plans and specifications of the above week,'
canJe seen and blanks for bidding as4 an ta- i
iorssuon can no naa at ue -Engineers c
on una alter uctooer 2a.
Each proposal mnst be accompanied by
bond in amount to equal that of the oeafeaec,.
and be probated before a Notary: and, saM we-'
posais mnst be banded In on or before a
above specified tune. Unless said reqakomentsH
are sincuy earned one ine ma wm net Be c
The Counea reserves the right to rejeetaay"
ui au proposals.
ocSB-98 MTUF GEORGE BOSSART, Clerk.
PROPOSALS FOR S1EEI FOR USK Htf
tbe construction of two cruisers, of ahes
&0G0 toss displacement each. for the UaMncUt
mhw, ..,, uua v imu MUMViall.i;M W
cunsirucieu at tne navy yarn, jsrooxiyn, . X-l- -and
the other (No. 8) at the navy yaraVPsrw-i,
juuuiu. to. iiaijr .ieparcmeni. vyaaaingioBu
D. C September 27- 1888L Under isMMritxi.
conferred by tbe act of Congress reakkw xJ vjj
Srupriauona ior too naval service, apsroveger,
eotember 7. 1866 (Statutes at Lane. voJ.asT
pa?e 472), sealed proposals are hereby tavMe1
and will be received at this department ut-
CclocK noon on THURSDAY, tbe 9M
day of October, 1S80. for faralsh-J
ing and delivering the following stats
and quantities of material at each ofsaM yyj ,
yards, for use in tbe construction of sets.
cruisers: Class A Steel Plates. About afcri.
hundred and seventy-two (8721 teas of stesfe- :
plates, z to 23 pounds per square feet. Olasai
a. About one hundred and ninety (W9J1
of steelplates from 40 to 80 pounds per ssjsiaeei
foot. CXass C. One armored tube of vmsW1'
steeLSO pounds per square foot; dmmoior wJ)
clear inside, 13 Inches, to be in ope piece tt feet'
3 inches long; weight about 6.99b poaaeto. Cm'
conning tower, crtalsitace, size ia clear IiiiiMii.i
7 feet 6 inches by 4lBt 9 inches by abeat SJeet
10 Inches high, of wrought steel; 88 poaesM1
Ser square foot; wntghr itnnl t flftft ynmnin J
ne top to conning tower of muimttt
steel plate of 60 pounds per' sqaare feet.)
the edge to be flanged down aeeatS tnsasg tei
shape of conning tower; weight aboat IjMSsV
pounds, une smeia or guard piste to sewer JC,
wrougufr eei pw ui ov poaotts, per i
loot: weigat aooat 4,u pounds, tme i
over entrance extendisz from shield I
of wrought steel plate of 99 ponnda per tmmtm
foot: weight about L20B ooaads. Ia sJLmtmmt
ten (10) tons. Class D Steel Shapes Abe
one hundred and six (109) taaa-of steel mates'
of various sizes; about Mfy-str (fit) teas as
steel angle and T-balb beans, wttkwaaer eaJ
atnre, from 15 to 35 pnnnitsiinr frinlf ishiiasr
thirty-eight (38) tear of steal Z-bars, W
to 14 pounds per foot. Class X Steel Btrets
About seventy (70) tons steel rivets frsa Xtaast
to 1W Inch diameter, fin in T" ninul raiiftim I
About eighty-three (88) toss of steel aistlaas ,
etc. The tons of material herein eaAW ar fk
be of 2,340 pounds each, fill mild inaHilaT fa
be of such detailed dimensions, weights aaat-
shapes as may be recmired lntaei
of the vessels, and to be deHvere at
place or placesin tbe said nayylyaiasae
ne designated try see respecsrve
thereof. Deliveries to oomajeaeei
(30) days from tbe date of ooairaet. a sal
completed witnin six ioj montae a
date. The material to be delivered i
in accordance with detailed
prepared by the Naval Coastraesar a
said navy yards, respectively, awl
Order required to carry on tbe work ta 8fea 1
interests of the Government. Allxaatetsalsa
be of domestic manufacture, and to fea ac
cepted only after passing -aoea tests aasaMrta ,
Srescribed therefor by the Secretary at tasV
law. Proposals mnst be iniiln iiniiiianri sas"
the material for each vessel, in aaasvSMtpu
wita lorms wares will oe isnwsss 64
tion to tbe Bureau of CoastroetMn tmt
and any one or more of the classes
may be embraced in the same prnpnesl.
bid for a portion of any class will be
ereo. xacn proposal most do aeooQi
satisfactory evidence that the
is able to furnish and deliver
terial for which be bids; also, b;
cheek, parable to the order of the
the Navy, for an amount eqaal to a Mr
the bid. The check: received from the i
f nl bidder will be retarned to bim oa
ing into a formal contract for tee daa
an ce oi tne wore ana giving Dona iec
with satisfactory surety, in a pee m
to 35 per cent of tbe amount of. kas Ms!
case he snail tail to enter into sat
and to eire such bond within 90 days
tice of the acceptance of bis proposal,
check accompanying such proposal aaal
come tbe property of the United
All cheeks accompanyrBK proposals
are not accepted will Be n
immediately after tbe award
bare been made. Information relative sx (
dimensions and shapes of material, wjat
other information essential to bidden, wat
furnished on personal appUeatwa ta the
or uonstruction ana rvepair, n-
Proposals mast he maue in aw
closed in envelopes marked "Pn
V S ,w . w n ,a f n.H.w
Washington. D. d JSaeh class of, sa
be bid for separately, and the Secretary i
Navy reserves the rfcnf to refeet asnr ar i
bids, or tbe bids on any esses ar ettissa, as, aav ,
his judgment, tbe interests of the fls i tMaHai'
may require. B. F. TRACY; Beeretajf jB ;
I OCTOBER 8. 18S8. This
advertisement dated September 37.
ing proposals for steel for use bathe
tion of two cruisers, or about XM0
placement each, for the Uaited States
one of which ism. 7) Is to be
naw yard. Brooklyn. N. Y and the ether I
8) attne navy vara, r-orasuonin, vatsi
...- t .-. .. - . -
nea as ieuows- xne jjeparrmeni i
right to irirs orders for material la :
classes from time to time daring-a
one year lrom tne date oi.tae
classes A and B (steel plates). D (
and if (steel rivets) deliveries ot i
shall begin under eacE order or i
or designated at an v time by the
within 30 davs from the data of
of tbe order or schedule, and shall
Dieted within .90 days
date. Jn case tbe oompIeaoaoTsba
oi an me materials required nnoer ;
or schedule shall be delayed hevoasl
of 60 days from the date of tbe reeetMt
d eductions of 390,08 per day may. ia taa
tion of the Secretary ot the Navy, he
irom tne contract price ior eacn a
(excepting Sundays) during wUea
detlon ia delayed beyond the sat
80 aays; provided, that such orders ar
snail not require we aeuvery or
sixth of the amount of aav es
month. In classes C and F deliveries af
lals shall be completed within W aays
date oi tne receipt oi the patterns or
orders for saeh materials. Paysai
reservation of 5 per cent win be
claasea A. B. D and E. oa the are
month, and for the materials delivered
tne preceding moato. r-avmeat, lass a
tion of 18 per cent, will be maae aa e
and F, on each delivery. Keservatieas
withheld nntH the eomnleuoaaf an
erles under the- contract. B. F. TRA
rotary of the Navy.
OFFICE OF IrlDKLtTT TTTLX
-TTlHTATEOIf TIMOTHY BOWK.
Jh Notice is hereby glvta that letters
titration on we estate ot xusemy
late of Prtuaers. Pa., have Beea
undersigned., to whom all person
aia estate are reqnesiea mi maae
meat, ana nose savins ewusv or i
the same will make Shear kaown
riDELlTT TITLK AND TKDST CO.,
trator. DAVID Q. XW1N8, Attorney.
BRUCE A SHIELDS. Attorneys
Corner Fifth aveaae and on
TESTATE OF JOHN McKAY.
J2i Notteeta hereby gtvaa abas
mentary on the estate of Jsta M
Peon township, Allegheny on
ceased, have been crated to taa
to whom all persons indebted to MM
requested, to mase lmzsesoaia
these haviag'' dairas afaJaattSM
make them known wtthoot delay.
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