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THE PITTSBURG DISPATOH, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1889.'
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TOES OF A FATHER.
Bigi Allowance of 25 Cents to Bis
uuja ujjguu v" amvii vwiu
-JflET EEFDSED TO PRAY AT EIGHT.
The OH Man Appealed to the Police toSnp
press the Singing.
SAMPLE OP THE FDN AT THE COTEAL
Th? shades of night were falling fast, as
were.also the snores of a solitary "D. T"
in"cell 21. Central station, when a patriarchal-looking
gentleman -with lonj.flowinrj
'beard entered, and, sizing up the first re
porter he met for a detective, he unfolded a
tale of woe. His name was A. JIaxersky,
of 31 Haiel street, and he represented him
self as being a citizen, a man worth $10,000
in real estate and the father of five boys.
The three youngest boys, aged 19, 15 and
13, were the causes of his tribulation, and,
in order to prevent their losing every ves
tige of the religions training which he had
so carefully inculcated, be demanded that
the Hebrew dramatic exhibition in the
Forbes street Turner Hall be suppressed.
A LIBERA! ALLOWANCE.
He claimed that the boys had asked and
received 25c each to go" to the Bijou Mu
seum, but Instead the v attended the Semitic
drama so lately introduced.
Being -asked his reason he replied that
when .a few nights ago he called his sons to
evening prayer the boys replied that there
wasn't anybody to pray to, asking the old
gentleman if he bad ever seen God, or what
he knew about Him, anyhow. The horrified
parent immediately concluded that the
drama was the source of the atheistic, an
archistic and revolntionary ideas, as well as
being 75c ahead of the game. He therefore
demanded the immediate suppression of the
Hebrew drama before the religious princi
ples of the boys were entirely obliterated.
MONEY AK OBJECT TO HIM.
It was gently suggested that the crushing
opera tionsof the mimic world behind the foot
lights would require time and trouble and
necessitate some expense, at which he threw
up both hands, and demanded where his
rights as a citizen were. As for paying ont
one cent he would see the whole police force
and the family further first, and be would
find means to prevent the youngsters going
by stopping off their supplies, forget
ting the good old fashions of avoiding
crawling under the canvas, by carrying
water for the elephants and doing chores for
the property man. He became somewhat
disorderly after this, and was ordered.out of
the station by Chief Brown.
THE AMERICUS CLUB'S TBIP.
A Sort to be Mr.de for Warren at
Sharp To-BIorrow Morning.
The final arrangements for the Americas
Republican Club's trip to Warren, O., were
made by the committee yesterday afternoon.
The club will assemble at their rooms to
morrow morning at 8:30, and, preceded by
the Grand Army Band, will march to the
Union depot by way of Wood street, Fifth
avenue, Smithfield and liberty streets. At
the depot a special Pullman train will be
ready to carry the club to Warren. The
train will leave at 9.30 sharp. The train
will make two stops between Pittsburg and
Warren, one at Bochester and the other at
Upon the arrival of the club at War
ren, the members will be escorted to
dinner, after which they will parade
and escort the distinguished visitors to the
wigw m. At the conclusion of the meeting
the club will at once' proceed to the train
and start lor Youngstown. Here they will
dc met Dy tne -loung jnen s republican
Club and the Foraker Club and will be es
corted to the residence of Hon. C. H. An
drews, where the Americus Club will ten
der that gentleman a serenade. A banquet
will be given them by the young ladies of
Youngstown. A parade of the clubs acting
as an escort to the Americus will be given
preceding the meeting in the Opera House.
Considerable time and money are being
expended in decorating the interior and ex
terior of the train. The engine will be
beautifully decorated and the train will be
one of the finest that ever left Pittsburg.
General Hastings and other prominent
members of the club will accompany it and
speak at the meetings. Governor Poraker,
through bis private secretary, telegraphed
The Governor directs me to express his grati
fication at the cordial and enthusiastic show
ing by the Americus Club in his success upon
all occasions, and feels that their proposed
trip will result in great good to the cause.
A PE1EST AT TAEENTDM.
Father Otten, of Sbarpsbnrg, Takes Charge
of a New ParUh,
Et- Bev. Bishop Pbelan has just ap
pointed one of the most able priests of the
diocese, Bev. Father John Otten, to the
pastorate of the new St. Peter's church at
Tarentum. He is the first priest to be sta
tioned there. Father Otten is a member of
the order of the Holy Ghost. As the bishop
did not have a priest to supply the church,
he applied to Father Strub, Superior of the
Order, lor one. Father Otten succeeded
Father Meyers at the St. Mary's Church at
Sharpsburg two "years ago. He has gained
the reputation of being the best German
pulpit orator in the State. He has preached
;"airfnearly all the leading German churches
'Jlin.the two cities. He is master of a number
JoHoreign languages, notably French. His
Inejtcongregation are nearly all French and
Germans. His place at Sharpsburg was
filled by Father John Bart, of the Catholic
Disturbance of the Heart.
Heart disease is like an assassin, which creeps
upon you in the 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, but at once take Db. Flint's
Bemedt. Descriptive treatise with each bot
tle; or address Mack Drug Co., N. Y. JtWF
'An Easy Way or Savloe Money.
The savin:: in an ordinary family of five,
hy using Walker's wax soap instead of anv
ordinary soap, is fully 10 cents per week on
the actual cost of the soap, and probably five
times that amoant on the wear and tear of
the clothes; estimating the total savins; at
' i60 cents per cents per week, that wonld be
$31 12 per vear, and in 25 years, with in
terest, would amount to $1,167. Ask your
grocer for "Walker's wax soap. aiwrhF
Tiro Drives for To-Day.
To make it lively we will sell to-day about
50 men's kersey and chinchilla overcoats,
in Cray, blue, brown and black, for the
riaicuious low prices oi foand $6.
This will give everybody a chance to weir
an;Overcoat. The above prices we name
positively for to-day only. P. C. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
ASK .your plumber for Anderson Gas
Sving Burner. wa
TV:- Dolls Given Away
ThUjWeek to all purchasers in our infants'
department. Fleishman & Co.
HIGHEST prices paid for ladies' or
v.ents'icastKift clothing at De Haan's Big
"WylltTave. Call or send by mail, wsu
$, JSTJ, pitcners; uesuuiui goooi; a
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Invoice.- ' tiiufJtr xekhetden,
vp -V, - 030 Smithfield st.
yoarc plumber for Anderson Gas-
A NejgjgelGss for Mills.
4CrA8 jLjPPLIAN CE CO,,3i Fifth BY.
COAL BOATS CAN'T GO OUT.
The Beaver Bridge sink Tiro Burses
Only One-Third of thai Craft to Start
Now Shippers Indignant.
There was considerable activity among
the coal operators yesterday, caused by a
rise in the river, which reached the stage of
ten feet at 1 o'clock. It was not expected
that they would get a coalboat stage of
water. When it came the operators were
disgusted to find that the obstructions at the
Beaver bridge would prevent them shipping
one-third of the 12,000,000 bushels in the
O'Heil & Co. sent out 40 barges with the
steamers Fred Wilson, Dick Fulton, Belle
McGowan and Little Fred. Joseph Wal
ton & Co. sent the Sam Clarke, Coal City,
Nellie Walton and I. NBunton to Cincin
nati and the Joseph Walton to Louisville
with 30 barges. W. H. Brown's Sons sent
35 barges, and Thomas Fawcett, John A.
Wood & Sons, Horner & Jtoberts, S. S.
Crump, George Lisle & Sons and Charles
Jutte sent out small tows.
Word was received at 2 o'clock that the
Charles Jutte had sunk two barges at the
Pittsburg and Lake Erie bridge at Beaver.
When the boat went through the passage
under the scaffoldings the swell from an
other boat threw her in against the ialse
pier. The shock carried away a part of the
pier and sunk two boats. "The obstruction
was soon removed and the other boats passed
through all right.
Xhe coal men are in a high state of in
dignation over the condition of affairs at
Beaver. It is claimed that had the river
been clear the entire 12,000,000 bushels now
ready for shipment would have been sent
out, but owing to the great risk not more
than 4,000,000 bushels will be shipped. A
complaint has been filed with the Secretary
of War against the railroad company.
K0 COOKED MEALS.
A Woman and Her Children Living In a
Shanty Boat Without a Fire.
Mrs. Daniel Douglass, who lives in the
rear of No. 4022 Liberty avenue, called at
the office of the Humane Society yesterday
and related a pitiful story to Agent Dean.
She said she had lived happily with her
husband, who is a machinist in the Pitts
burg and Lake Erie" shops, for many years.
They bought a house and lot in the Fast
End, and had it nearly paid for, when Sir.
Douglass began to neglect his family. He
applied for a divorce, on the grounds of
cruelty. The courts refused the divorce,
and he then deserted bis family.
Mrs. Douglass was about to enter suit
against her husband for desertion, when he
agreed, to pay her $20 & month. About a
year ago Douglass ceased to send his wife
money. Since then she has been in poor
circumstances. Last spring Constable Ban
der, of conspiracy fame, put her out on the
street one cold, rainy day, because she could
not pay the rent. She is now living in a
small shanty on the rear of a lot on Liberty
avenue, and has no stove. She says she nor
her children have bad a cooked meal in
eight weeks. She tried to earn a living for
some time by sewing, but did not succeed.
. No Longer la Doubt.
It is no longer a question but an absolute
fact that merit is a winner all the time.
Thrust an article of merchandise in the
open market and if it has not the qualities
claimed for it, it will live bnt a little while.
Soon, yes very soon, the people will brand
it n. g. Not 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 Eye."
No better indorsement can be obtained than
the continued sale to those who have been
using it for years. Doctors and hospitals
have tried it and are still using it, proof of
which, if wanted, can and will be furnished
abouudinglv. Silver Age Bve 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
w2o know. that jt is an excellent remedr
for many. It is sold Everywhere at 1 50
per full quart. We also keep all the lead
ing Pennsylvania rye whiskies, full quarts,
6 years old, your choice for $1 00 per quart,
or 6 quarts for ?5 00. Wines, brandies and
gins at from 50 cents :and Upward. All
goods neatly packed and sent anywhere.
Send for price list, or call onilax Klein, 82
Federal street, Allegheny. mwf
EXCURSION TO BALTIMORE
Via the B. fc O. R. K.
The B. & O. B. B will sell excursion
tickets to Baltimore at rate of $8 for the
round trip, irom Nov. 7 to 12 inclusive,
good to return until the 16th, on account of
the Catholic Congress. Trains leave Pitts
burg at 8 A. M. and 920 P. M.
Two Drives for To-Day.
To make it lively we will sell to-day about
550 men's kersey and chinchilla overcoats,
in gray, blue, brown and black, for the
ridiculous low prices of $5 and $6.
This will give everybody a chance to wear
an overcoat. J.ue aDove prices we name
positively lor to-day only. P. C.
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts.,
new Court House.
Some people cannot understand what
causes their hands and face to chap, when
they insist on using soaps made irom poison
ous greases and compounds.
Use "Walker's wax soap, which is perfect
ly pure, and will keep your hands soft. If
you use it once you will never use any other.
Ask your grocer for "Walker's wax soap and
insist o. getting it. MWThF
The biggest bargain in ribbons will ar
rive and be placed on our counters Thurs
day moraine. October 31, the whole lot to
be sold at 27 cents per yard. They cost 40
ceuts to import. Don't miss this big ribbon
sale at The People's Store.
Campbell &; Dick.
This Chilly Atmospbore
Demands that gentlemen protect themselves
against colds by changing thin clothes lor
thicker. The celebrated Brokaw Bros.'
New York tailor-made garments are beyond
compare tbe handsomest in the market.
Sold only in Pittsburg by A. L. Sailor, cor.
Sixth and Market streets. wf
Sngnr, Cream nod Spoon
Holder make a nice combination for the
table then you can add teapot, butter dish,
cake or berry stand. You can buy any of
these odd pieces from E. P. Boberts & Sons,
cor. Fifth ave. and Market st. wsu
See our novelties in neckwear.
James H. Aiken & Co., 100 Fifth ave.
Hendricks & Co., 68 Federal street,
Allegheny, is the best place in the two cities
to have your photographs taken. Bring the
children. Good cabinets $1 a dozen. Pic
tures warranted not to fade..
Quite a variety of pearl, gilt andoxydized,
at Henry Terheyden's Jewelry House, 530
Smithfield st mwf
To the benefit of club tickets at Aufrecht's
Elite Gallery, 516 Market street, and still
holding same, should call early and avoid
Ton Save Money Buying' your blank
ets, comforts and underwear now at Busy
Bee Hive, Sixth and Liberty.
Dolls Given Away
This week to all purchasers in onr infants'
department. Fleishman. & Co.
See our novelties in neckwear.
James H. Aiken & Co., 100 JFifth ave.
ASK vour plumber- for" AnSersnri 'Ga.
Sating Burnerv- . , , ws
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THE CITY TAX RECORD
Previous Tear's Proportion 'Kept Up
in March and September.
SOME INCREASED COLLECTIONS.
Though Taxes Are Larger Citizens Are Pay
ing as Promptly as Usnal.
A STATEMENT OP DELINQUENT TAXES
Chief Clerk TorrenceoftheCity Treasurer's
office, yesterday completed the annual state
ment of the taxes assessed in each ward of
the city, with the amount paid on the March
and September installments, the amount
turned over to the Delinquent Tax Collector
lor collection, and the statement of the
water and business tax. The water tax
statement only includes the first twentv-
three wards of the city, the balance being
Souths ide wards which receive their supply
frm a private corporation.
The business tax is not divided into wards,
but the whole city is included in one set of
ngures as loiiows: Total business tax levied,
as per duplicate, $218,461 18; collected by
City Treasurer, $170,228 92; turned over to
the Delinquent Tax Collector, $48,232 26.
About 80 per cent of the city taxes paid
were paid in the March collections, which
is about the same proportion shown to have
been paidin previous years at that time, al
though this year the sum is larger, owing to
the increase in the valuations by the Board
of Assessors. The March collections for
1888 were $1,092,342 25; this vear, $1,099,
71175. September collections, $1888, $1,093,
864 40; this year, $1,100,564 09.
The statement by wards of delinquent
tax is given below, the March and Septem
ber installments being given separately:
First ward, to. 785 90; Second ward, H89819;
Third ward. $3,434 53; Fourth ward, $5.240 86:
Fifth ward, 3,651 70; Sixth ward, $3,23 64; Seventh
ward, 8" CM 89; Eighth ward, $3,636 IS: Ninth
ward. $1,845 28; Tenth wird, $1. 107 83; Eleventh
ward, M.31J 32: Twelfth ward. First district. S.L
6SS 12: Twelfth ward. Second district. $1,681 45;
Thirteenth ward. $5,SS9 89; Fourteenth ward.
114.736 23: Fifteenth ward, $3,464 83; Sixteenth
ward. H 194 01: Seventeenth ward. $4.247 32;
Eighteenth ward. $2,48151; Nineteenth ward. 85,
177 72: Twentieth ward, $8,767 33; Twenty-first
ward. First district, $4,582 64: Twenty-first
ward. Second district. $1,899 92; Twenty
second ward. First district, $1,668 88:
Twenty-second ward, Second district, $1,451 69:
Twenty-third ward. $5,497 40: Twenty-ronrth,
$1,063 62; Twenty-fifth ward, $4,282 7J: Twentv
slxth'ward, $4,059 43; Twenty-seventh ward, $$
739 78: Twenty-eighth ward, $3,731 40; Twenty
ninth ward. $4,397 88: Thirtieth ward, 11,752 27;
Thirty-first ward, $2.742 32: Tblrtv-second ward,
$3,24104: Tfalrty-tnird ward, $3,117 23; Thirty
fourth ward, $1,558 77: Thirty-fifth ward, $2,368 30;
Thirty-sixth ward, $1,620 50. Total, $154,932 89. .
First ward. $5,227 64: Second ward, $8,357 45:
Third ward, $3,994 43:FonrthWard.$5,328 65: Hfth
ward, $3,678 S6: Stxth ward. $7,606 76; Seventh
ward, $2,561 94; Eighth warn, $3. 682 23; Ninth ward,
si.JOoSl; Tenth ward. $098 92; Eleventh ward,
$4.360 02: Twelfth ward. First district, $1,924 12;
Twelfth ward, Second district, $1,894 U; Thirteenth
ward. $S,C77 05: Fourteenth ward, $15,536 82; Fif
teenth ward, $3,596 60: Sixteenth ward, $3,981 6:
Seventeenth ward. $4.63 86: Eighteenth ward, te.
077 11: Nineteenth ward. $5,534 M: Twentieth ward.
,89.509 76: rwenty-flrst ward. First district, $4.-
Twentv-secend ward. First district, $1,400 90- Twenty-second
ward. Second district, $1,344 82: Twenty
third ward, $4,607; Twenty-fourth ward. 1892 54;
Twenty-firth ward, 83,647 82; Twenty-sixth ward.
$4,291 oat Twentv-seventh ward, 3, 163 Twenty
eighth ward, $3,573 43: Twenty-ninth ward, $4,706 41;
Thirtieth ward. $1.27334: IMrty-flrst ward, $2,
45912; Thirty-second ward, $2,87308: Thlrtv-thlrd
ward, $2,126 63: Thirty-fourth ward, $1,126 46; Thlr-
ij-uuu ware; ?ui srj; .mixir-sixiQ warn, ez,
OJ4 SI. Total, $147, 5S6 10.
THE WATER TAX.
First ward. $10,430 50; Second ward, $13,332 50;
Third ward, $12,418; Fourth ward, $9,4o7; Fifth
ward. $3,851: Sixth ward.. 87,328; Seventh ward.
$3,687; Eighth ward, $3,732 50: Ninth ward. $3,394;
Tenth ward. $2,232 50: Eleventh ward, $4,4W 50:
Twelfth ward, $3,716: Thirteenth ward. $6,204;
Fourteenth ward.Jl3.966: Fifteenth ward, $3, 724 5C:
Sixteenth ward. $4,990: Seventeenth ward. $5,181;
Eighteenth ward, $2, S32; Nineteenth ward, $5,950 50;
Twentieth ward, $9,571: Twenty-first ward, $5,693;
Twentv-sccond ward. $2, 059 75; Twenty-third ward,
$2,326 aO. Total, $145,615 75.
TOO BUSY TO BE A C0UHCILMAK.
Sir. Wfghtmnn'S Heavy Bnslness Compelled
Him to Resign.
The resignation of J. S. "Wightman from
Common Councils, was still the topic of
considerable comment yesterday. George
Booth, Assistant City Clerk, said that he
knew Mr. "Wightman had repeatedly asked
him to notify him if his presence was abso
lutely necessary to secure a quorum, as his
business engagements were snch that he
could not attend. Mr. Booth felt confident
that this was the real reason lor Mr. "Wight
man's resignation, as stated in Council on
A Peculiar Carriage Accident.
A pair of horses attached to a close car
riage ran offon Penn avenue yesterdayafter
noon. "When nearing Thirteenth street the
pole of the carriage was forced through the
window of a cable car, and stuck between
the two levers. The car could not be stopped,
and the carriage was consequently dragged
a block before it was dislodged from the car.
Nobody was hurt.
The genuine imported Carlsbad Sprudel
Salt is the best aperient, laxative and diur
etic. Beware of imitations.
The largest assortment in the city and at
prices that defy competition. Satisfaction
guaranteed in all cases. Bemember the
place and save money.
Jos. Fleming & Son, Druggists,
WS 412 Market street.
Fine Art Classes
Are now being organized at the new Boman
Art Studio, 516 Market st, Pittsburg,
Boom No. 13; 6 lessons in crayon or water
colors for $5; an accomplishment worthy
of anyone. For particulars address Prot.
Sanders, care Elite Gallery, 516 Market St.,
Kewlr Married Cooples!
Making preparations for housekeeping do
not forget that Dreydoppel soap is a very
important article to have. The finest and
best for all purposes that soan can be used
for. Benders clothes beautifully white,
sweet and healthful to wear. Full ponnd
bars, 8c per pound, at grocers everywhere.
For any article securing a high place in
pnblic esteem must be that that article pos
sesses merit. Solely upon real merit Frauen
heim & 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. Gold Test. Chains.
10 to 14 carat, solid; very handsome, and
sold at the lowest figures by Henry Terhey
den's Jewelry-House, 530 Smithfield st.
Ask your plumber for Anderson Gas
Saving Burnet. ws
Malaria in the system instantly des
troyed by using Fred. Brown's Ginger.
Ask your plumber for Anderson Gas
Saving Burner. ws
LA whence BankJof Pittsburg, i
PlTTSBUKO.PA., October 28, 1889.
ELECTION-THE ANNUAL ELECTION
for nine directors of this bank will be held
at tbe banking bonse on MONDAY, November
1L 1S89. between the hours nf 1 and S o'clock P.
M. JOHN HOERR, Cashier. ocSO-10
SI AND A3 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-7-D
MONEY TO IRELAND. SCOTLAND AND
England can best be sent by checks ion
the "Cheque Bank," which are cashed by all
bankers, merchants and tradespeople. Pitts.
bure Agency-MAX SCHAMBERG CO., 627
Bmlthfleld st, Pittsturjr, - "v ee36-wsa"
ta-Display advertisements one dollar per
square for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, eft, ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none fa7;e for lets than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 0 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to he prepaid except where
advertisers already hare account with Tax Dls
PATCH. ' ,
THOSIAS MCCAFFREY. !5o9 Butler street.
EMIL G. STUCKEY, 24th street and Fenn ave,
E. G. STUCKEY ACO., Wylle ave. and Fultoast.
N. bTOKELY, Firth Avenue Market House.
J. Vf. WALLACE, em Fenn avenue.
MCALLISTER & SHE11JLEK, 5th ay. ft Atwoodlt.
JACOB SFOHN. No. 2 Carson street.
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Canon street.
A. 3. KAERCHER, 59 Federal street.
II. J. McBRIDE. Market House, Allegheny.
FREOH. EGGERS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGOEltS 4 HON. Ohio and Chestnut sta.
J. F. STEVE&SON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwlnaves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
FERRY M. GLEIM. Kehecca and Allegheny avei-
W. W. FLOCKER, Stationer. No. 4 Grant ave.
for the Century Dictionary.
CO. -431 Wood st.
-TO-ANTED- BRLOQE MASONS.
vr $3 so per day: long
HEPBURN, Jersey Shore. :
VV $3 SO per day: long lob. McCAULEY
WANTED-BARBEKS FOR CITY AND
country Jobs. Call on ROSS W. BLACK,
80 Diamond St., Pittsburg. OC30-45
WANTED-1 COLORED BOY FOR DOOR
bov:one white cash hov: one errand bov.
Appiy 10 avax to & WAtiu, a.
. :. . .. ....... . . .. . v....
.pply to 1
WANTED A RELIABLE OFFICE BOY AGE
12 to 14 years: labor Is light: reference re
quired. Address E. L. M., Dispatch office.
WANTED -AN EXPERIENCED COLORED
barber of temperate habits: must be well
recommended. Address B. B. WRIGHT, Irwin,
-rTJATED-A LIVE MAN TO HEPRESENT A
YV large accident insurance company; liberal
terms to right party. Address BOX 6248. Boston,
WANTED-150 LABORERS, $1 60 PER DAY,
to work on Nat. Transnt. line at Manor. Ap
ply either there or at OTT BROS. BRICK YARD,
Boyd's Hill, city. oc30-20
WANTED BOILER MAKER, WHO IS
thoroughly competent to lay ont all kinds
of boiler and gas work. Address, with reference,
Z., P. O. Box 672, New York. oc29-6t
WANTED ONE FIRST-CLASS COAT
maker: steady work and good wages to sober
and industrious man. Apply immediately W. J.
HUSTON & CO.. East Liverpool, O. oe30-V3
WANTED-YOUNG MAN AS SALESMAN
one who has had experience in a shoe store
preferred. Address, giving referencesand expe
rience bad, H. A. C, Dispatch office. oc29-33
ANTED BOOKKEEPER AN EXPERI-
i;raj dook teener out or employment
may near or sometnme
to nis aavamage by aa-
dressing ACCOUNTANT. Dispatch office.
-rrr anted agents
V Beaver. Lawrence,
Washington counties to sellahouseholdnecessltv-
Address A. K. MARTELL, 411 Smithfield st.
WANTED-GENTLEMEN WHO DESIRE A
wife or a lively correspondent to send their
address and stamp toTHE AMERICAN CORRE
SPONDING CLUB, Box 643, Clarksburg, W, Va.
WANTED SALESMEN IMMED I ATELY
In every town and city: good salarr or
commission paid; steady emplovment. Address
H. V. CLABK&CO., Nurserymen, Rochester. N.
"TTTANTED-FIFTi LABORERS TO WORK
V V on East Palestine, O.. water works; wages
$1 SO per day: pay every two weeks; work all
winter. Apply on works, M. PHILBIN. Con
WANTED-BALESMENFOR FINE LINE OF
quick-selling, labor-saving specialties
needed by every retail dealer: exclusive territory.
and big commission given.
w. o. r-KKsmHU,
duui dcou, xnu.
WANTEK-ENERGETIC MAN WITH SOME
business experience for order departmn t;
good prospects and permanent position. Per
sonal application and references to P. WARD,
Room 2, 1036 Penn ave. oc30-41
WANTED-AGENT3 TO COME AND LOOK
over our new Uneof albums for tbe holiday
trade: there is a big hit here for a tot or live
agents. Apply to P. J. FLEMING & CO., 77 Dia
mond St., Pittsburg, Pa. OC27-49
WANTED-GARDENER, MIDDLE AGED
man. married, without children: the right
party will find a good home and satisfactory
wages; must have best of reference. Address
W-. P. O. Box316.Plttsburg. Pa. 0C29-76
-TTANTED-AGENTS WHO SHOULD WRITE
VV Jfor illustrated circular, terms and two weeks'
trial of Missouri Washer; washes dirtiest clothes
bv hot steam without rubbing; easily sold; profit
able. J. V, ORTH, M Beekmaa St., N. Y.
WAITED A BRIGHT, ACTIVE, YOUNG
man for bill clerk; must be good penman,
quick and acurate In figures and not afraid of
work. Address, with references, stating wages
expected, etc., WHOLESALE, Dispatch ofilce?
WA NTED CORRESPONDENT. ALSO PAVE
MENT salesman, for produce commission
house; none but first-class, experienced parties
need apply; state where last employed and give
references. CONFIDENTIAL, Dispatch office.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED AGENT
wishes to meet a gentleman of good habits
to solicit with blm from honse to house on holiday
Bonds: experience not necessary: good wares.
NION CREDIT CO.. 103 Fourth ave., Pittsburg.
"TTTANTED SALESMAN TO SELL OUR
Vv specialties to merchants: samples and case
furnished: exclusive territor
commission: nermanent sltuat
exclusive territory: salary paid or
permanent situation, with chance to
establish fine trade. MODEL
south Bend, Ind.
WANTED-LABORERS WANTED IN NEW
Orleans too able-bodied men to ship as
crew; wages $60 per month and board; to reliable
men steadv employment wUl be given. Apply to
M. N. WOOD. Coast and Xalausche Line, No. 2
Canal st.. New Orleans, La. OC16-42
WANTED-MAN TO LOCATE AT ALTOONA
as district manager, to em ploy and sudct-
intend arentn. Knlnrr SL nl)0 a vpsr'
$100 cash for stock furnished and able to give ref
erence and bond. Call on THE GEO,
run. uuuse, ssmnave,
TTTANTED-SALESMEN AT $75 PER MONTH
; r salarv and expenses, to sell a line of silver
plated ware, watches, etcr by sample only; horse
and team furnished free: write at once for full
Bartlcnlars and sample case of goods free. STAN
ARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass.
"Trr anted a practical:carpentek to
Vv take exclusive agency for a term of years
ror valuable building specialty; to good man it
win pay $1,000 to $3,000 a year: must be able to
invest few hnnrirffri rtnl!ftr
iew Hundred dollars; present holder Is not
I aoie to noid it any longer,
f Dispatch office.
Address J, II. c. A.,
V 1JVG work and employers and all others
who may wish to employ bricklayers should regis
ter such wants, free of charge, attbeheadqnartcrs
of the INDUSTRIAL MUTUAL BENEFIT AS
bOCIAllON, 93 Fourth ave., first floor front.
Open until 9 r. M. Saturdays., ocll-80-uwrsa
ANTED-AGENTS TO SELL OUR NEW
books; Ttnnvan'fl Pllfirrlm PrmrreaR th
i-araeu Morement, tne History or the U. S.
by America's historian, Losslng; Htstorv of the
Secret Service In the Civil War by the late Head
ofthe Secret Service Burean; lots or new books;
holiday books on sale: Jlber.il terms. Apply P.
J. FLEMING A CO., 77 Diamond St., Pittsburg,
. - .. .: : r. m: --- n- --
"TTATED-AGKNTS TO SELL THE PINLESS
V V clothes line; the only line ever invented that
holds the clotbes without pins; a perfect success;
patent recently Issued; sold only by agents, to
whom tbe exclusive right Is given; on receipt of
W rents we will send a sample line by mall; also
circulars, price list and terms to agents: secure
your territory at once. Address WORCESTER
PINLESS CLOTHES LINE CO., 17 Hermon St.,
Worcester, Mass. oc23-44-wg
TTTANTED GIRL FOB GEr,ERAlj HOCSE
VV WORK; family of rbur. 96 PAGE ST.,
XTTANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
T wukk.. Apply wiin reierence at 498.
GHENYAVE., corner or Washington ave
WANTED SALESLADIES NONE BUT
those or experience and reference need
annlyrrom7:30tos. AMERICAN TEA CO.. 340
Fifth ave. oc30-3
WAMED LADY AGENTS-ALSO MEN
Two tmmensenew snectaltles:one ladymade
17 before dinner, another Sis first hour. Address
LITTLE ft CO., Box 443, Chicago, III.
W A TED-INTELLIGENT LADY OF 80ME
business tact desiring active business can
find permanent position at salary of SCO a month
by calling at No. 0 blXTH AVENUE. Reference
WANTED-A MAN WITH dAPITAL TO IN
VEST in first-class theatrical enterprise;
will give reference to proper party." Address T.
C. P. , Dispatch Office, ";. -r - - ocM-H 1
Male and Female Help.
TTJANTED-A BUTLER, YARD MAN, MAN
V and wife for farm house; cook and cham ber-
mald for small family; 100 house girls: dishwasher
and pantry girl: to cooks; 20 chambermaids;
child's nurse. MEEHAN 'S, 545 Grant st.
WANTED-WORKZ1N WHOLESALE OR
retail store Or office; can give good refer
ence. J. v.. Dispatch office. OC30-2
WANTED POSITION AS BOOKKEEPER;
can furnish first-class reference or security.
Address BOOKKEEPER, Dispatch office. OC30-40
WANTED TO SUPERINTEND BUILDINGS;
can furnish all kinds of hoisting apparatus.
Address SUPERINTENDENT, Klttannfng, Pa.
WANTED-FOSIHON Hi AN EXPE
RIENCED shorthand and typewriter; can
Rive best of reference. Address SfENO., Dis
patch office. OC27-47-WSU
WANTED-SITUATION IN DRUGSTORE; 7
years experience; graduate and registered
manager In Penna.' Address BOX NO. 129, Wheel
ing, W. Va. OC30-47
VT7ANTED-ANY KIND OF HONORABLE
VV employment for man 22 years old. with ex
cellent recommendation. Address ENERGY,
Dispatch office. OC30-60
"TTTANTED SITUATION BY A MAN WHO
VV thoroughly understands his business, -as
inspector of crucible steel: hest of references.
Address C. C. 8., Dispatch office. oc30-5
"TTTANTED A POSITION BY A YOUNG
VV lady as stenographer and typewriter: can
furnish A 1 references. Please address TYPE
WRITER, Room 14, No. 59 Ninth St., Pittsburg,
"TTANTED-BY A MACHINIST AND BLACK
VV SM11H, a position to take charge or and
look after machinery; accustomed to handling of
men In the Iron bnslness. A. B. M., Dispatch
Machinery nod metals.
WANTED-A GOOD SECOND-HAND TOW
BOAT with abont seven teen-lncb cylinders
and slx-reet stroke. Address, with full descrip
tion and price asked, LOCK BOX NO. 131, (julncy,
TTANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY PBOP-
VV ERTY, over $4,000; 4K oer cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER CO., 92 Fourth avenue.
WANTED-S-500 TO $500.W0-TO LOAN ON
mortgages, 4K, 5 and 6 per cent. JAS. W.
DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. Tele
phone No. 875. OC30-22
TTTANTED-MORTGA0125-$l. 000,000 TOLOAN
VV In large and small amounts at 4k, Sand
per cent, free of State tax: no delay. REED B,
COYLE& CO., 131 Fourth ave. my21-60
WANTED MORTGAGES WE HAVE
money to loan In large or small amounts
on Pittsburg. Allegheny or suburban Improved
real estate at low rates. ALEXANDER & LEE,
313 Wood st. OC2S-7-UWS
"TTJANTED-TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
V V of $3,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4)i percent, free of tax; also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK A BAD2D,
85 Fourth avenue. se21-d26-r
V V on city and suburban properties at tHt Sand
6 per cent, and on larms In Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 6 per cent. 1. M. PENNOCK &
bON, 105 Fourth avenue. ap7-f4t
"TTTANTED-TO JuOAN $200,000 ON MOKT-
VV GAGES: $100 and npward at 6 per cent;
$500,000 at 4K per cent on residences or hnslncsj
also in aaioining counties, s. n.
125 Fourth avenue. oc21-4-D
WANTED-S200-UN USUAL BUSINESS OP
PORTUNITY, to right party with $200 or
more is offered opportunity to make $2,000 to $5,000
annnally: managing agents and branch office.
Address DUNLAP ELECTRIC CO., Philadelphia.
TTXANTED-TO BUY SECOND HAND SET
of light double harness in good condition.
Aaaress ujlxvxs&, uispaicn omce.
ANTED-HIGHEST SPOT CASH PRICES
paid tor 6econd-band rurnlture, carpets and
hold goods of all kinds. 1211 PEN S AVE-
HORSES TWO OR THREE
active horses; mnst be used to city
hont 1.000 nonnds each. Inanlre 192
work; weigh about 1,000 pounds each.
Pitts Durg. OC39-I9
VjrXANTED TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM-
V V BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one In the club at $1 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX 601, and I will call and show yon the watch.
WANTED-PERSONS IX) KNOW THAT BY
agreeing- to pay $1 per week you can get
lossession ornne goiaor silver watcnes, clocks,
(ewelry, diamonds, silver ware, etc J. M1TSCH,
3j( Federal et., Allegheny, Pa. selS-Mwrau
WANTED-LAD1ES' SOLID GOLD FILLED
case Elgin watche,aJ15 60: gents' sizes,
$18 50; same as are sold by watch clubs at $38:.
written guarantee given : mall orders promptly
attended to. B. E. AEONS, Jeweler. 65 Firth
-TTTANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
YV TOGBAPHER. 96 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that be is making fine cabinets at $1 SO per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: instan
taneous process. mhl3-63
WANTED-PEESONS TO COME AND EX
AMINE tbePattersoifplan of lots at Cochran
station, on the Monongahela division or the P. R.
R., before purchasing elsewhere; see advertise
ment another column. J. U. WYL1E. Cocbrau
station, Duqnesne, Pa., or No. 8 WOOD STREET,
Rooms, iron Exchange building, Pittsburg.
OC29-60-OC30, noi .4. 6. S 12, 14
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-AT $2.000-FAYMENTS CAN BE
made at $25 per month, or reasonable terms;
aneatbiick bouse. 6 rooms: lira Virginia ave.:
send for particulars. W. A. HERRON & SONS, SO
Fourth ave. ocl2-99-ws
IOR SALE-COLWELL ST., NEAR DIN-
WIDDIE. a very desirable 2-storv brick
dwelling: 6 rooms and finished attic; price $2,700:
terms easy: lot 20x100 to alley.
a. V. BiULI, 77
FOR SALE ONLY $6,000 TERMS VERY
easy; for a large, commodious house: 10
rooms: cor. lot, 140x127 ft.: well located on Mt.
Washington. See W. A. HERRON A SONS, SO
Fourth avenue. oe23-39-ws
FOR SALE-WORTH YOUR ATTENTION-BE-TWEEN
Forty-ninth and Fiftieth streets,
near Bntler: lot 25x100; house, 6 rooms and attic
front: house, 4 rooms and attic In rear: prime
condition: attractive to desirable tenants: good
rental: price $3,500. CHARLES SOMERS ft CO.,
313 Wood st. OC30-35
East End Residences.
FOR SALE NICE PRESS BRICK FRONT; 4
large rooms and hall: lot 22x93 feet: hair
square from Central Traction line; 8 minutes'
nue irom neari oi city; a oargatn at sxsoo; terms
to suit you.
lCL.O.fUJJC' DU31.C.1U A
TMOR BALE A SMALL EAST END RESI.
JC DENCE, almostnew, and good lot with side
entrance, on easy payments:
0 rooms, hall and
cellar; an in gooa oraer;
price onlv S2.5S0: small
payments. JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO.. 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. oc26-zl-nws
FOR SALE-OAKLAND AVE., FIN EST SPOT
on the street, lot 33x120, fine two-story brick
and mansard of 7 large rooms, halt, vestibule,
front and rear stairs, slate mantels throughout,
tile hearths. Inside shutters, bay windows, bath
and w.c, chandeliers, cement cellar, fine range,
stationary wash tubs, front and rear porches, ce
ment walks; a complete house In all respects;
$3,000; no less. ALLES ft BAILEY, 164 Fourth
ave. Tel. 167. oc23-ei-ws
TTiOR'BALE-CHEAP-ONLY $7,500 FOR TWO
I? acres of well-laying gronnd. with good frame
house of 8 rooms
megrouna win snoaiviae to a
ge: near Second avenue. Hazel-
woou. eee w,
ilEKUUfl ft SONS, 80 rourth
FOB SALE A HANDSOME NORTH AVE.
residence, corner lot: one or tbe best loca
tions in Allegheny. For full Information see W.
A. HERKONft SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
EOR BALE -ON LINCOLN AVE., ALLE
GHENY, fine orlck dwelling; S rooms first
floor. 4 rooms and 2 bathrooms on second floor, and
2 rooms tn mansard: laundry and healer in cellar:
lot 23x120 fb: price 117,000. A, D. WILSON. U
Federal at., Allegheny. oc30-9-WTS
FOR SALE-A HOUSE AND LARGE LOT-2
minutes' walk from Ingram station, 6 rooms,
hall, cellar, natural gas. water, etc; price only
u.pgv, on smaiipaymenis: immediate possession
ti Aa. n . usi ar X4 a ;v.
129 Fourth avenue. Pitts-
EOR SALE FOR 2,800 EASY TERMS-A
good house of S rooms, lot 4x173 ft., on Mon
roe St.: well located: quick sale Is desired on ac
count or rcmowil or owner, on Monroe street,
Uellevne. P., Ft. W. ft C. R. R. W. A. HER
RON ft SONS, 60 Fourth avenue. OC30-21-WS
FORSALE-EDGEWOOD. P. It. R.. ON ELM
street. 3 minutes' from the station, anew
frame dwelling or 8 rooms and finished attic, bath
room, tt. e h. and c. water, state mintels, nat
ural gas, fine chandeliers, electric light, laundry,
etc.; lot 40x150; price 13,250, p. 600 cash, bal. to
suit; immediate possession. BLACE.ftBAlHD,
93 Fourth ave. 4A-197. OC27-7J
FOB BALE-7 HOUSES WITH IV ACRES OF
ground at Hnlton station, A.V. R. R.. almost
'cloct. nn tha nremttei; nprrmntnrv ! n
close an estate. Terms at sale or from JAS. W.
DRAPE ft CO.. Agents and Auctioneers. 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. 0C29-M
ITiORSAtE-BROAD ST.. SEWICKLEY-BAR-
GAINS Brick residence of 10 rooms, laun
dry, batn. hot and cold water, nat. and art, gas;
fine lot 47x203 ft: frnlt, lawn, flag-stone walks;
also adjoining lot 89J4X220 ft. , with frame dwelling
of 7 rooms, nat, gas and water: these are the most
conveniently located properties in Sewlckley, In
an elegant neighborhood, near the station, stores,
etc., and are without doubt the most desirable
piacea in tne maraet ror tne prices, viz, fs.000 and
f,ouuxspcciivcir; icrms can 00 arrangea to suit
purchaser, former particulars can oe nad b
annivinr to.au vt. aijaxk. Koom 7UH. fmii Rniif1
.tog, Fenn ave, - - .. - lSiaoca.8
FOR SALE-ON FOURTH AVE., ADJOINING
the Dollar Bank, lot fex&l ft. : must be sold to
settle an estate. W: A. HERUON &SONS, No.
80 1 ourtb ave. ocl2-49-ws
East End Lota.
FOB SALE-VERY LOW TO QUICK BUYER
i Choice hnlldlng lot on Forbes St., nearCraic.
BALTENSPEEGER & WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth
JL. B U1.UI located at uomownou Biauon. jr. x..
R.. 25x100 feet each. See W.
80 Fourth avenue.
, HERRON & SONS,
FOR SALE-HANDSOME LARGE LOT, OHE
square from Negleyand Hllandavea.. at low
price and easv terms.
) Station St., E. E.
FOR SALE-IN BATJM'S OKOVE.ON AMBER
avenue, lot 40x135; 3 minutes from Roup sta. ;
will be sold cheap and on easy terms. W. E.
HAMNETT, 401 Smithfield street, Pittsburg, and
IOR SALE THE CHEAPEST LOTS IN THE
market to-dav are to be found In the Villa
Park plan, tfrusbfon station: no city taxes and
conveniently located: seenre plan (book form),
from JOHN F, BAXTER, Agt., 512 Smithfield St.
FOR SALE-1 HAVE FOR SALE AT LESS
than value, -a splendid building site; no nicer
lu the countyt first-class nelgbborhood:2mlnntes'
from cable and 7 from Pennsylvania Railroad. M.
E. HAHRISONDraughtsman, 131 Fifth avenne,
city. P. O. box 725. oc26-6
TJHmSALE-SECURK ONE OF THOSE VERY
JC desirable lots for a home or Investment;
Baum Grove plan. Roup station; the Baum Grove
plan Is the most central location In the Eaut End,
and prices below actual value. MELLON BROS.,
East End. o JNO. F.BAXTER, Agent, 512 Smith
field st. 0C27-71-WSSU
FOR SALE-LOTS IN 1HE BAUM GROVE
plan; front otr-wlde aspbaltum streets, have
flagstone sidewalks, with grass plots and a cen
tral location, makes this plan the most desirable
In the market. Seenre plan froni MELLON
BROS., East End, or JOHN F. BAXTER, Agt.,
512 Smithfield street. OC28-1-MW
FOR SALE-LOTS AT GLENWOOD; CON
VENIENT to the station and Second Ave.
Electric Railway: graded -streets, sidewalks, city
water; houses and lots for sale on monthly pay
ments. GEORGE C. BURG WIN, 150 Fourth ave.
TIOR RAT.F llESTRABLE BUILDING LOT.
J? fronting 25X ft. on Avery St., close to parka.
Allegheny: price low
terms easv. W. VT. Mc-
NE1LL & BRO.,
105 Fourth ave. oc27-76-mwsu
FOR SALE -FINE BUILDING LOTS ON
Fayette St.. nearB'el! St.; the best build
ing lots now offered for t:come and see about
them. A. D. WILbOIv WF-deral St., Allegheny.
OX 8 A L E BEAUTIFUL PIECE OF
ground, level, no grading, unobstructed
view; healthful, valuable and enhancing; near
California ave. extension. Allegheny: 25x150; onlv
$600. CHAS. SOMERS CO., 313 Wood St. OC30-35
T7IOR BALE-NEAR NEW ELECTRIC BOAD
JP fine lot, 36x150 feet, on Center ave., near Jef
ferson sl.: on account or ranld transit and Im
provements made in neighborhood this lot Is cheap
at the price asked, $850: $250 cash, balance In 3
A. VY. adaib, liOonKoo, icon .nuiiaing,
i",OR SALE-AT WILKINSBURG. LOTlCOXllO;
4 minutes from sta.: a gooa investment, w.
E. HAMNETT. 404 Smithfield street, Pittsburg,
ana YYiismsDurg, jra. h
FORSALE FARM 182 ACRES. GOOD FRAME
house, bank barn and other outbuildings;
good soil, water and coal; near Baltsburg: $50 ser
acre. ED WITT13H, 410 Grant St.. Pittsburg,
FOR SALE OIL FARM-FARM OF W ACRES
for sale near tbe noted Duff oil well in Frank
lin township. Allegheny co.. Pa., some IS miles
from the cltT. Innulre of SAMUEL POLLOCK.
70 Ackley street or at 89. cor. Federal st. and
Stockton ave., Allegheny City, Pa. oc29-49
POR SALE-A VERY FINE PLACE OF JS
acres, 14 miles from Pittsburg and only IS
minutes' walk from the R. R. station: large num
ber of fine annle. neach. cherry and anlnce trees:
also an abundance of small fruits: frame bouse of
4 rooms, good stable, etc. C. BERINGERASON,
103 Fourth ave, oc30-is-wrn3
FOR SALE-GARDEN JARM-PLANTED TO
asparagus, grapes, peaches, etc.; products
have realized In single season $1,000: 15 acres with
in driving distance oftwo manufacturing towns,
one mile of railroad: we can sell to prompt buyer
at$L20O:$5Mcash. balance time. CHAS.SOMERS
4 CO., 313 Wood st. OC30-3S
FOR SALJJA TTERY FINE FARM OF M
acres, fn a high state of cultivation, good
fences, well watered, land rich, and productive,
with a farm house of 4 rooms and an excellent
bank barn, only 3 miles fronr R.R. station and S
miles from Butter: price low. C. BER1NGER
SON., 103Konrth ave. oc30-lS-WThs
VOR SALE BUSINESS.
- Sosmess Chances.
T7OB SALE A GOOD PAYING GENERAL
JTJ store at a bargain: storeroom andidwelllng.
For particulars address B. P. FOORBAUGH,
Glencoe, Pa. ocs-3
FOR SALE-A VERY DESIRABLE BHOEJAND
hat store, doing a cash business; very large
mlll.800 men employed, construction works, two
glass factories, all new: several thousand coke
ovens, three furnaces -near: alt the coal not de
veloped, will be this year: good country around;
will sell at cost; town of 8,000: a rare chance: rea
sons ror selling.
Address care BOX 638, Union-
IOR SALE-NEW, F1EST-CLAS3 STEAM
laundrv: fine family crocerv store with
splendid location and business, will invoice abont
$9,000; smaller grocery stores, $400 to $5,000; milk
route: cigar and confectionery stores $225 to $650;
drygoods and notion stores: feed store; 2 printing
offices: drug stores: shoe stores; bakeries and 100
other business chances: free particulars. SHEP
ARD & CO. , 54 fifth ave. oc25
TTlOB SALE-COB. ROSS STREET AND FIRST
JJ avenue, a good business location: can be
ee W. A. HERRON A SONS. 80
T7IOR SALE-A GOOD BUSINESS STAND IN
JD Homestead, with trade established: fresh,
clean atock of groceries, drygoods and notions;
only been In business six months; owner wishes
to go Welt.-Inqulre or SELLERS ftCOWEN,
Sixth street. oc3o-W-WTbF8u
Tlomes. Vehicles. Lire Stock. ic
FORSALE-2 SIX-PASSENGER CARRIAGES,
good as new; used only a short time. Inquire
of F. S. LIGGETT, 135 Sandusky St., Allegheny.
IOR SALE SECOND-HAND BAROUCHE.
ood as new. Can be seen at C WEST ft
.rrlage Makers, 420 Duqnesne way, Pltts-
T7IOR SALE-HANDSOME JET BLACK GELD-
JL' ING. UH bands high: trots In harness: finest
riding horse In the eltv: Quite fast
riding horse in tbe city
will nit at a
sacrifice If soldaoon. Addri
ess 545 SMITHFIELD
bT., second floor fronts
Machinery' and Metals.
FOB SALE-ENGINES AND BOILER3 NEW
and refitted:- repairing promptly attended to.
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa,
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; alt sizes and styles In stock, from 4 to
10O b. p.; all refitted, -good as new, atlowett prices;
portable engines, s to 25 h. p. : boilers aft sizes
ana styles. J .8. Y O ON G, 22 Park way, Allegheny,
FOR SALE HOISTING ENGINES, NEW
and second hand: wire and manllla rope, der
rick and fittings, hoisting tubs and cars, clay and
ore nans, engines, boilers and machinery,
THOMAS CARLIN'S SONS, Lacock and Sandnsky
sts., Allegheny. ano-7-MW
FOR SALE-MACHINERY, TOOLS AND
stock On the premises. No. 48 Water
street, will be sold at anctlon. November 12,
1&9. at 10 a. in, an excellent lot or lathes from 18
to 26 Inches, swing from t to lS-foot bed; brass
lathes, drill presses, planer, wood-working ma
chinery, 8-lnch Saunders tapping machine, pipe
machine; lot machlneand gas-flttfng tools, ream
ers, taps, etc.; malleable and cast Iron fittings;
gate and globe valves snltable for steam and
natural gas; bending table and furnace; dasks
and patterns of valves, flanges and flttlnars: also
large gray mare, harness and wagon. BEES,
SHOOK, ft CO.. 44 Water street, Pittsburg, Pa.
OR SALE FOUNDRY- RARE BUSINESS
opportunity for Individuals or cornoratlons.
10 close tne estate, as 'a wnoie, tne .arcni
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 or Baltimore and Ohio
and Philadelphia and Reading Railroads within
one block and Pennsylvania Railroad within
four blocks. Buildings -Specially erected ror this
business, and ormost substantial character. Real
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 reaulrlnr no
further outlay. Possibilities or production un
limited. Business running as In lifetime or late
owner, with fuU'jbrce or employes, large con
tracts an hand, anqwn midst ot great activity.
Possession Immediate. Apply to or address
JOSEPH DE F. 'JVNEIN, Exccntor, S. E. cor.
Sixth and Walnut sU., Philadelphia, Pa.
LOST-GOLD MEDAL, WITH OWNER'S
name and St. Mary's Academy engraved on.
Finder wll please return same so No. 2217 PENN
AVE., city. Liberal reward. oc30-S7
X OST-WHlLE LOOKING AT THE ELEGANT
g-j mspiayorvoitaicrdiamonos at w Finn ave.
I lost my senses at the beanty, brilliancy and low
prices: eardrona. 82&0anaun:rin?s. ss&Oandun:
prices: eardrops, f2 60 and up: rings, flSOandu
studs, (2 and up: stick plus, 225 and up: all solid
gold. B. .. AHOJSS, Jeweler,
Hole Agent for
TTIOUND HANDSOME. SOLID GOLD FILLED
JQ case Elgin watches for' ladles, SIS SO; gents',
size, 113 SO; same as sold by watch clubs for r;
written guarantee glveni mall lorders -promptly
attended to..;B. E. ABO ifS, Jeweler, Firth ave.,
TO LET-NEW AND ELEGANT 8-ROOH
brick, with both gases, bath, large yard, on
Vickroy st-;rent low. MACAW & GOFF, 14S
BRICK RESIDENCE ON
FortT.slTth it., clone to cable line. S rooms;
attic, hall, bath. Inside w. c, hot and cold water,
both gases, etc. : finely papered: Immediate pos
session: rent $25 per month. L. U. FRAZIEK.
Forty-fifth and Butler sts, ocaO-61
East End Keiideneem,
LET-HOJSE or 14 ROOMS. STABLE
JL and outbuildings: large- grounds; on Negley
avenue, near renn avenue came cars, inquire oi
umbi BOBEiua,at Oliver amooeta wireuo..
mO l.BT-NFW RHlnlT HnllKJ!.
JL bath, laundry, range: Jus t papered through
out: all modern improvements: on Locust St.,
Allegheny. Inquire JAMES McGAW. 18S Juni
ata St., Allegheny. Immediate possession.
TO LET ELEGANT RESIDENCE IN ALLE
GHENY, No. ,139 Franklin street; contains
eight rooms, good hall, bathroom, w. c both
gases and all modern Improvements, with nice
grounds., GEO. It. BOTHWELL, No. 1(J4 Frank
lin street, Allegheny. oe24-39
TO LET-AN ELEGANT LARGE BRICK
dwelling house, furnished, with large
grounds, at Emsworth, F., Ft. W. AC. R. W.J
rent very low to a good tenant. C. BERINGER
Jt SON, 103 Fourth ave. oc30-l5-WTh
TO LET FURNISHED ROOM SECOND
floor. with table board, 15S SANDUSKY ST.,
Allegheny City. l oeJ0-
TO LET-ROOMS-FURNISHED OR UNFUR
NISHED, on Stockton ave.: all modern con
veniences. S. E. A., Dispatch office. oc30-Sl
TO LET-SOME FINfc UNFURNISHED
rooms: one 7-room house; 4-room flats; one
24-room house with storeronms snltable for
hotel. Inquire on premises, 44 FOURTH STREET.
TO LET AVERYNICEHOUSEOF "BOOMS
and storeroom, with large lot and stable, on
the PerrysYllle Plank road, about 1 mile beyond
Electric K. R. -rent only $10 per month. C BEB
1NGER A SON., 103 Fourth ave. 0C39-13-WThg
Offices. Deilt Boom. fcc
LET-BACK OFFICE-LARGE, WELL
X lighten; will rent cheap to the right party.
043BM1TUFIELD19T., second floor.
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two of the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be round In the
city; rent, $200 and $300 per annum, including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam heating.
Apply between 10 A, M. andlr. li or between
2 and 4 F. n. jy23--S7
PEBSONAL-MALTBY'S OYSTER DEPOT,
late 76 Firth avenue, removed to 641 Smith
field street: fresh oysters received dally; orders
filled at lowest prices. J. B. UEMMERLE, Mgr.
PERSONAL-BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
New and old, ancient and mouern. standard
and rare, legal, medical and sclentlfle--3a,000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 900
Liberty St. au3-9S
PERSONAL "CUT RATES" ON WATCHES:
richly engraved, solid gold, filled case, Elgin
watches for ladles, $15 SO; gent's size, $18 50: same
as sold by watch clubs for $88: written guarantee
given: mall orders promptly attended to. B. E.
ARONS, Jeweler, 65 Fifth ave. 0C27-1U
PERSONAL WHAT ARE "VOLTAIC
Diamonds?" Fonnd IS mllea aonthofHnt
.springs. Ark., at the foot of tbe Onacblta range
oi montains, in silver city basin; they are a natu
ral stone, not paste, or glass, and are warranted
for brilliancy. B. R. ARONS. Jeweler. Sole
Agent for U.S., 65 Fifth ave.
PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURNED: recently they had not been on the
best of terms owing to a little family lar occa
sioned by the wife insisting on being allowed to
renovate his wearing apparel, and which, ot
course, was done in a bungllngmanner; In order
to prevent the trouble they agreed to send all
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor. 65
Fifth ave.. corner Wood at. second floor, and
now everything Is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns In their household. Telephone 1558.
NOTICE a P. O. ELKS THE MEMBERS
of Pittsburg Lodge No. 11 are hereby no
tified to attend the meeting THIS EVENING,
to make arrangements- for attending the
funeral of onr late brother, William BUser.
W. W. MCCLELLAND. E. K., WM. G. LEE.
TITEMBERS OP SHAKPSBURO LODGE
ijX No. 752, L 0. 0- F are requested to meet
at their ball, Sharpsburg, on THURSDAY,
Oct. 31, at 1 F. if. sharp, to attend the funeral of
onr late brother, William FixT" Br. Members
of sister lodees are invited to aKend-'Br Order
ofN.G. , oc54
NOTICE THERE W1LL3E AM1SETING
to organize the new Thirty-third Street
TJ. P. Church, by the Rev. Mr. Wallace, at the
bouse of James Harrison. Ridge and Hill sts..
Thirteenth, ward, on THURSDAY EVENING.
October SL at 8 o'clock. JAMEa HARRISON!
HOTEL Af PUBLIC SALE
THE McCLELLAN HOUSE.
This long-established and well-known bouse
will be offered at pnblic sale
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26,1889.
Also the Opera Honse building; with store
rooms, offices, eta. eta. adjoining .the hotel.
These properties will be sold separately, or to
gether, as may suit purchasers. For farther
Information applv to
G. EDWARD HERSH, York; Pa.
JAMES HERSH. Gettysburg, Pa.
Administrators of John H.,M.'Clellan, deceased.
W. W. Tillotson's Merry Company in
Week November 4 Evans & Hoey, in "A
Parlor Match." oc28-12-ws
GRAND OPERA HOUSE-TO-NIGHT.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday:
THE WOMAN HATER.
Nor. 4 Sol Smith Russell, A Poor Relation.
SARRY WILLIAMS1 ACADEMY
light. Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and
GLLLETT'S WORLD ON WHEELS- AND
VAUDEVILLE CO. oc27-4
ARRIS THEATER-EVERY AFTER
NOON and evening.
GRAY 4 STEPHENS
In tholr Beautiful and Pfctnresnne Drama
THE OLD OAKEN BUCKET.
Week of Nor. 4 Barlow Bros. Minstrels.
WORLD'S MUSEUM. ALLEGHENY
CITY Week.. October 28. GEARY'S
OWN MINSTREL COMPANY. Previous
efforts succumb to greater achievements.
Positively tbe bit of tbe season. -BASS "the
Ossified Man, week November 4. oc30-48 '
Omcs ot ttts President of the
Second Ave. Passengeb Katlwat Ccu,
t o. oiAi ljiDerty avenue.
TJID8FORTHE WHOLE OR ANY PART
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND
FIRST MORTGAGE 5 PER CENT 20-YEAR
Of this company free of tax, wilt be received
at this office until noon ot NOVEMBER 1,
18S9. The President reserves. the right to re
ject any or all bids.
oc29 JAMES D. CALLERY, President.
PROPOSALS FOR THE ERECTION OF"
BUILDINGS Columbia Arsenal. Colom
bia, Teun.. October 24, 1888. Sealed proposals.
In triplicate, will be received at this office until
12 o'clock M. on TUESDAY, November 26. 1889,
for the erection of one main storehouse, Com
manding Officer's quarters, office, guard house,
workshop, magazine, stable and shed, and two
sets barracks for enlisted men; bids may be
made for tbe whole work complete, or for each
building: separately; plans and specifications
miy be seen at this office, and at tbe
office of tbe Chief, of Ordnance, U. S.
A., Washington, D. C Blank forms and
full Information can be bad on application.
Tbe Government reserves the right to reject any
and all bids, nr parts thereof. Proposals mnst
be marked "Proposals tor the erection of build
ings." and addressed to MAJOR CLIFTON
COMLY, Ordnance Department. U. 8. A
,128k THIRD AVE- UPSTATBB.
Genie' shoes 'Seied zAdlwetwi lsMmlMlsii
lor (OeoMs. .'. j- jiw- sss. s.
ri wo M tsM tm.,m$mimpwr;
NEW ELECTRIC RDAD
Being eoastmcted In Oakland rasa by
tbe end of
and will carry passengers dlreeHy Stem
the square to the city via. FlMstHtrs;
Traction road for 5 CENTS. "We oer
for sals in this sqa&ro for 56,560 to $7,569
(which includes all lmproveaeats,
street or otherwise), eleeaat new two
story and mansard 8 and 9 room brick'
dwelling, with halls, bath, laundry,
stationary tubs, cemented, cellar, rasjge,
fine chandeliers, both gasaa, handsome .,
slate mantels, with t& fceartfes, also
tile-vestibule, bay windows, Freaek
JJiMJ UU3t OIWUIV AJlieulfc Jnil lf . ,-
front and rear porchestett; large let',. j
(giving front, side and- rear yard), fa-
lag aspnait pavea ana seweiea see ,-
120 feet. In width with park: center
magnificent view, perfect drainage, -i
hieh and healty location. These dweU-
JJJSAl? UOlu lini, V WJ nwA y
X MSttJlB O MAJjJj j ABO. rAJ JS-CKl.A
DOWN, BALASCK J600 PER YEAS.
Bee ana be convinced. -. j.
SAM'L W. BLACK &' COTjl
"99 FODBTH A.VENTK
p v fir r T? T? ' '
j. . . v. -w. jv- aw, -"gi
Where the Allegheny Bessemer SteelWtaHra
The Howard Plate Glass Work, and
me jvaqueane j.aoo woisi -& gr!
Are located, is one of tba most desiraMe pteeeC J
now brought before the notice ofpersose teeir-
ing for a place to locate for a pleasant HOJHT,H
where steady employment maybe had,aaJ.
LOTS can be purchased on tbe PAlTeWBOKJ
PLAN, at REASONABLE PRICBS aid
EASY TERMS. -wdF!
It will pay anyone to come aad see
purchasing at any other place.
J. R. WYIXE, ,
COCHRAN 8TATKH4Y "
DTJQUESNE, PA, - $
Or No. 8 Wood street. Reese 5, Xros 3iTiie
XiEUAL. MBTlCBo. iffj
87 Diamond street-.
TESTATE OF PETES HKRDTlTJKO:
XL) Notice is hereby given that lstten
raentary on tne aeove estate save sees
to tne nnaerairned,to whom all persons
to said estate are requested to make
ate payment, and those having; clatas
too tamo snooia mage tnera Known
lay. PHILIP SP1EHL.
oc28-l4Vnr 146 Ohio at.
mO ROBERT G. BROWNE. LAT
JL .FltteburgiPa You are heretty
luai proeeeaings against you lor a
T.m., upon the grotuit of cteeertfcn,
commenced by your wife. Jenate C
in the Court of Common Pleas No. 3c oi. J
delpnla county (March Term. 1, N sv.
iet uas uwm appointee, ana a sm
takinz testimony in said case will
the office of tbe Master. No. 727 Walnt s
Philadelphia, on THURSDAY. Noveasbee 1
icev.at a ocioct p. M.,w&en and. where ym 1
fcrcuu wiu uo acara, suoaia you so
iiii-i uuxuiAnr j it, juasier. in
street Phllorielnhf-i T ' e
OFFICIAL PI TTSBDH8. A
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAll
L1 Bureau 01 .ileal m or the city of
uurg nasinisaay estaBUSBea ana
and does hereby designate the foot
teesia mi street, m tne ettyoi n
the Allegheny river: and Clark's
immediately above the north end of tfre
-.tenia street Midge, la its city of
on tbe Monoocahela. river, as the !
are to be received and deoosited Um
of all privies as they shall from tine to
cieanea ana empties, ana all otuere
auDetances loand upon the pnwtehteawsst
THOMAS W. BAJCML
SaeeriateBdeat of the Boreas of HeaMfc t'.
A N ORDINANCS-AUTHORIZIirO ;
A construction or s sewer oa
street, from Penn avenae to tbe ,
Section 1 Be it ordained a4 ottaetod 1
city of Plttsbnrc in Seleet aitd Coasasn 1
cus assembled, and it is hereby ordained
enacted Dy tne antnonty ot too ssusw,
the Chief of tbe Deoartraent of PnbllcO
be and is hereby authorised and cliietJes! s
venue la accordance with the aetsol.
bly of tbe Commonwealth of Peasm
tneorainancesoz tne said arty or.
latins thereto and reeulatisethe mum. saws
posais iortne eonstractlon ot a pipe sow
inches In diameter on Tweotv-oixtli straac 1
Penn avenue to tba Allegheny river, th
tract saerner to os let in ine mainer 1
br tbe said acts of Assembly and 1
Tbe cost and exponas of tbe same to be a
ana couectea in accordance who im pi
o t an act of Assembly of the Common
Pennsylvania., entitled "Liljt.-aot.roli
streets and sewers in cities of (be teeoad
appravea tne isto aay 01 aiay, a. d.
construction of a sewer on Linootl as
frona Mayflower street ton
Necle v ran sewer.
Section 1 Be it ordained and enieted 1
city of Pittsburg in Seleet aodCoas
ciis assemoiea, ana it is neroey 01
enacted bvtbe authority of the:
the Chief of the Department of PabBe
be and is hereby authorized and directed i
verwse. in accoroanee w:tn ttw aeta ox .
bl v of tbe Commonwealth of Pemmb
the ordinances of tbe said city of Plttofeaear :
laung toereto ana reguiaung sae ssdm, sort
posais lor tee construction 01 a prpe
Lincoln avenne. commencing at 1
street, thence to Winslow street to oo J
la diameter, thence 20 iaebes in die am
connection with a sewer in Necley rna, t
tract mereior to oe let in tne manner 1
by tbe said acts of AasemWr and
The cost and expense of the some to be 1
ana collected in accoroanee wrto toe 1
of an act of Assembly of the Cosaa
of renasylvanla enuuea -An act
streets and sewers la cities of the se
approved tbe 18th day of-May, A. D. 1
A N ORDINANCE AUTHORIZZirO
J, grading. Da viae and oorbtac of !
street, from Penn avenae to EHswortb
Whereap.xt appears, py wo yetuson as
davit on file in the ofiee of the Clerk: at
clH that one-tbird in interest of. tba
cronertr f roatistr and abnttliwr vnom
street have netiuoncd tbe Councils of 1
to enact an ordinance for tbegradiitg,
and curbing of the same, therefore
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted
elty of Pittsburg; in Select and Coai
eusasMHiwea, anaii is nereoy o
aacted bv tbe authority of tbe
tbe Chief of tbe Department of PaMie
be and is hereby authorized and
vertlsa in aoeordanoe with the aeta of
My or toe Commonwealth or Pbi
tne orataanees 01 tne saia city oi
latine thereto and recnlating the
dossus for tbe grading, mmae and
Sheridaa street, from Penn area oe to
avenne, the street to be paved an so taw
ing line wtsnoBt corn on tne east ssox
tbe contract therefor to be let hi
ner directed by tbe said acts of
and ordinances. The cost and expanse
same to be aseeseed and collected in soot
with tbe provisions of an act of Assembly
Aommopweaim 01 rennsviyanrav ewtj
act relating to streets tndsewersin ell
second efaee," approved the KKb day ot
f (Cowrawed on BevmOtPagnl
f a-tsa. ? ?m?F-?iLtr3'-.
v , ' Z ..-. TVs.