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''Innocent Traveling Public
LTHE HOTEL CAN VASSIKG STOPPED.
Henceforth the Depots Will he Orderly
Outside as Inside.
PBOPEIETORS GRUMBLE BUI AGREE
The days of the depot hotel runners sre
past, in Pittsburg, Inspector McAleese
having, after a thorough investigation,
found that the attractions for the traveling
public to Yisit this city are greatly handi
capped by the rush made for each traveler
by'touters to take him to "the best hotel lor
the money." The Inspector continued: "It
look? bad enough to the stranger to be
grabbed by his collar immediately on his
arrival and rushed off as if he were
under arrest, and worse when two rival hotel
runners grab tbe visitor one by each arm,
making a spread-eagle of him, while a third
knocks their schemes out by seizing his
baggage which the average wayfarer is sure
to follow and thui perch the banner of vic
tory on the third hotel. All this is bad
enough, bnt when in their zeal for the
benefit of the hotels they work for, the run
ners seize a man and his wife and rush
them to different hotels I thought it Was too
much and had to be put a stop to.
THE LAW IS IMPERATIVE.
"I found some difficulty at first as one
hotel proprietor would say "he could not dis
continue his runners unless his rival in the
next block did the same. But when I ex-
plained that the order was imperative and
.all must stop, a very meager degree of satis
faction was expressed. I suppose one or two
of their volunteer touterswill have to be ar
rested if they show up around tbe stations,
but I tbink, on the whole, a man can in
''future come into Pittsburg over any line
without being molested. This goes into
effect at once."
With the abolition of the hotel runner
will come a muzzle on the gong which is in
dustriously slugged by an intelligent con
traband on the arrival of every train with
an energy and muscular force worthy of the
great and only Sullivan.
THE TRIANGLE MUST CO.
The bell, too, whose tintinabulations were
the terror of invalids and excruciating
agony to nervous people, will have its
tongue silenced effectually and will no
longer be the belle of the dinner bawl; al
though even the Police Bureau will find it
a -very difficult task to silence a belie.
The triangle will not have a corner left to
display its musical abilities in and quietude
like that snake story specimen of orni
thology the roc, will brood over all the
depots of Pittsburg.
Another abuse of the privacy which is
the rightof travelers is the boarding of trains
at available points close to the depot, such
as the Penn avenue crossing, by runners to
canvass the cars in the interest of hotels.
This will be taken in hand by the detectives
'and police of the various lines, so that Pitts
iburg will soon become a shining exception to
the general rule all over the country of har
assing the incoming travelers.
MONET FOR THE HOSPITAL.
A New-Plan to Raise Fundi for the Sontb
The directors of the Southside Hospital
will meet next Monday evening to hear the
report of tbe committee appointed some
weeks ago to devise a plan to raise subscrip
tions for the benefit of the institution. The
committee consists of John Lewis, of the
Lewis Foundry and Machine Company;
"Wallace Frost, of the Bepublic Iron
Works, Secretary; James Fe'ker, of the
Thomas -Evans Manufacturing Company,
andJF. K. Gearing, the lumber dealer.
The committee, after meeting two or three
,tjmes.a.KMlJiave formulated a plan which
t thought to be the moscertelnal in its de
tail of any ever tried irr"connectioh -with
such enterprises. It is a unique scheme to
raise popular subscriptions for the hospital.
The idea is to map ont the Southside in sec
tions and place each member of the com
mittee in charge of a different section. The
manufacturers, their employes; the business
men, their clerks; organizations and socie
ties, and in tact every individual on the
Southside will be given an opportunity to
give something to aid a worthy institution.
The hospital has been constantly growing
in lavor ana useiuiness on tne southside.
Its capacity has been strained for several
wrcks. .Additional room had to be secured
some time ago and it is now all occupied by
patients. The board feels that the people
owe tbe institution their support, and ii the
hospital is not a success in the fnture it will
iztot be the fault of the board.
THE POSTOFFICE TO MOTE.
JFostsaaster.Svran Will Leaie the Scrapie
" Building for Fire Tear.
Inspectors Parakeen and Billingsby, of
the'Philadelphia division of tbe postal de
partment, arrived in the city yesterday. In
company with Postmaster Swan they in
spected the Semple building, where the
postmaster wants to locate.
The inspectors were well pleased with the
place, and will report favorably. The cost
ol the necessary repairs and remodeling of
the lower floor will be defrayed by the Sem-
?le estate. The lease will be for five years,
he Government is merelv a tenant at will
"?;in its present quarters in City Hall, and can
xacate on short notice.
HASYT FOUND A SUCKER.
&ttn C... JI....... tlT..!. C . n . .
aiib ojiiuiMc numotvi), nt ituames ana
" k Brickyards.
gOflate days the telegraphic reports have
Jjnsfbeen laden with rumors of tbe efforts of
oreign syndicates to buy up American in
sstitutions, from the ballet to the breweries.
The latest story is that an English syndi
cate is Working in Maine to buy up the
stone quarries and brickyards, and extend
ing its operations through all the States to
" tcorner the building business.
"William Fiinn, of Booth & Plinn, said
"jnresterday that he hsd not been approached
Jbyjany syndicate for either one of his
quarries or brickyards, but was quite will-
'rnto be. "No," he added, reflectively, "I
haven't found any foreign sucker yet."
Tbe Colored Social Cinb.
An application was filed in court yester
day for a charter for the Union Club of
Allegheny county, a social and beneficial
organization. The directors are William
Lee. W. D. Jones, James Jackson, B. J.
Davis, Sr., J. H. Chilton. Lemuel Googins,
B. T. Stewart, Lewis Smith and Charles
. To Begin on the Albemarle.
w . "Work on the remodeling of the Hotel Al
bemarle will be begun next Monday. The
r bouse will be entirely remodeled. The office
will be changed largely. The apartment
.formerly ticcupied by the" bar, now constitu
ting" the finest barber shop in the city, will
be i made the hotel cafe.
" WIllamRl.sner's Funeral.
'.The Elks, .Bed Men and Duquesne Greys
wjlljattend in a body the funeral of "William
Rusher from his late residence in Bloom-field-this,
afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Elks
willtf eave their hall on Fourth avenue lor
tbe'scear of the last sad rites at 12:30 o'clock
TbeJHasflond Widening; Question.
TieBoard of Tleweri yesterday set apart
rsdaya the date for the next meeting
e Diamond street widening. The busi-
f ithe meeting will be the taking of
iny.oT.tbe cl$i for damages.
TBEY WILL HAYE DAMAGES.
Coal Men Say the r. fc L. E. Blast Far for
the Lost Boata The Company Will Re
fuse Light Milpmeuts Yesterday.
The present rise In the river gave the coal
operators an opportunity to get about 5,000,
000 bushels shipped. The amonnt would
have been more than doubled but for the ob
structions at the Beaver bridge. There was
some talk around the wharf yesterday of a
feeling existing among the operators that
might prompt them to make an effort to de
stroy the false work under the Beaver
bridge by purposely running loaded barges
against it. The fact that four barges had
been sunk at the bridge helped to form a
foundation for tbe theory.
The operators seen yesterday hooted the
idea, however, saying that they would not
run the risk of losing their property for tbe
sake of knocking the false work down. The
channel under the scaffolding is less than
100 feet wide, and, the current being rather
swift, it is difficult for the boats to pass
through without strikiug one side or the
other. The indignation against the railroad
company for making no efforts to have the
obstruction removed, remains at a high
state. The bridge has been completed for
several weeks, and the company was notified
that a rise was expected at any time.
The operators declare that they will en
deavor to compel the railroad company to
pay for the coal lost at the bridge. This
loss is estimated at about 6,000, O'Neil &
Co. lost two barges; Forsythe & Blackburn
lost one and W. C. & A? Jutte lost one flat
of coke and one of coal.
A call was made yesterday at Superin
tendent E. Holbrook's office, but that gen
tleman was not in. His chief clerk said the
company could certainly not be expected to
pay for coal lost at the Beaver bridge, as
they have nothing to do with the building
of "the structure. The Keystone Bridge
Company has the contract for the bridge,
and the'v are said to be responsible for the
existing state of affairs.
The Allegheny river was rising last night
and the coal operators are preparing to make
A SAFE CURE.
Why the Tanlt In the Controller's Offlco Had
to be Jimmied.
The power of wind and air pressure has
been frequently demonstrated in political
conventions and other places where elo
quence has been subordinated to the efforts
of the orators to out-talk one another.
But yesterday afternoon, in the Controller's
office, an experiment in air pressure on the
safe in the inner office resulted in the dem
onstration that a jimmy Is a necessary piece
of furniture in the office. When the safe
was closed at 420 p. m. it was found neces
sary to reopen it; but although the combi
nation and the outer door worked all right,
the inner one resisted all efforts to pull it
Assistant Controller John J. Davis said
it should be opened, as otherwise it might
subject Mr. Ed. Phelps, the Controller's
clerk, to inconvenience, and he labored for
over half an hour to pull the door open.
Officer Maschell, of the hall, with a curva
ture of the spine and a mighty effort, tried
and failed, and J. J. Davis, again baring
his big right arm, tackhd the door, but
Finally a pinch bar was secured, and put
ting it through the handle of the door and
bearing upon tbe post, an opening was
made. Controller Morrow, in true lecture
room style, explained how the pressure of
circumstances and the outside atmosphere
were brought to bear upon the door through
shutting it violently and exhausting the air
within had produced a resistance of some
20 pounds to the square inch. The moral to
be derived is that burgUrs who wish to study
donble entry on the two doors of the Con
troller's safe should come well prepared.
A COLD-BLOODED SUGGESTION.
A Possibility of a Wife Murderer Making a
CInIm for DerEstntr.
An unusual question was raised yesterday
in the matter of the settlement of the estate
of JJn-JLnjic J'onfsf-wh-jrna. murdered by
her husband two years ago at Hew Turner
Hall. Mrs. Jones was a sister of Joseph
Mr. James Flannery was .administrator of
Mrs. Jones' estate and John Marron, Esq.,
was Flannery's counsel. The question
raised was that Jones, tbe slayer, had an in
terest in the estate, but as Messrs. Flannery
and Marron had no desire to see him assert
his right they finished the business and got
a decree and the assets are now secured to
Mr. Beardon, who defended Jones, said
he badn't got anything for his services, but
he made no claim. It isn't likelv that
Jones will ever put in one anyhow, as he
has 10 years of prison life yet before him.
The estate is not large, and by the time he
is released the money will likely be spent
in the maintenance and education of the
A NEW ALUMNI.
Young Men Want n Fraternity A Banquet
to be Held Shortly.
An enthusiastic meeting of the younger
alnmni members of the Phi Kappa Psi fra
ternity was held last night at the office of
Chas. Wv. Ashley, .Esq., No. 403 Grant street,
lor the purpose of organizing an alumni as
sociation of the fraternity in this city. Mem
bers were present from the following chap
ters: Pennsylvania Aloha. Beta. Zeta.
Iota, Kappa; Ohio Gamma, Michigan Al
pha, and District of Columbia Alpha. En
couraging letters were also read Irom several
members who were unable to be present. A
committee, consisting of Messrs. Chas. W.
Ashley, Albert J. Walker and Horace J.
Miller, was appointed to make the necessary
arrangements lor a banquet, to be held Ko
yember21. Many of Pittsburg's most prom
inent professional and business men are
members of this fraternity, and the associa
tion bids fair to be a prosperous one,
GOT THE WRONG JJOIS.
A Crovrd of Juveniles In Alderman McKen
na's Conrt Yeaterdny.
Five boys Harry Malone, Willie Hyde.
Dave Pickels, Jamas Dhddy and Walter
Marron were arraigned belore Alderman
McKenna yesterday afternoon, charged with
disorderly conduct by Emma Mitchel, tbe
6-year-old daughter of Mrs. Delaney, of
Fourteenth street The little girl is verv
pretty and large for her age. The Alder
man had no doubt that an offense was com
mitted, bnt was satisfied as to the innocence
of the lads arrested and discharged them.
Sol Smith Russell Next Week.
Of the few meritorious comedians upon the
American stage there is none whose hnmor
combines to such a degree a does Mr. Sol
Smith Bnssell's, the elements of versatility,
naturalness, spontaneity and delicaov. His
new play, "A Poor Relation;" is said to be
by far the best he has yet appealed in, and
combining pathos with quaint humor is ex
actly suited to this great comedian. The
sale of seats opens this morning. The
Grand Opera House should have a very
large week's business next week with Bus
sell as the attraction.
EXCURSION TO BALTIMORE
Via the B. fc O. R. R.
TheB. &0. R. E. will sell excursion
tickets to Baltimore at rate of $8 for the
round trip, trom Noy. 7 to 12 inclusive,
good to return until the 16th, on account ot
the Catholic Congress. Trains leaye Pitts
burg at 8 A. M. and 920 F.Jai.
Eich metal effects (gold and silver) bro
cades for evening dresses, 53 60, $4 and up
to (10 a yard. Boo OS & Bohl.
Cabinet photos, 51 per doz. Lies' Pop
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st ttsu
Hosiery and Underwear, Eargalaa.
Knable & Shcstee, 35 Fifth ave.
A CAPITAL WEDDING
On tbe Cards for More Tban the Late
White Bouse Steward.
SCHLOSSER AS A BROTHER-IN-LAW
Of Hugo Ziemann8 Bride Expectant,
About Christmas Time.
A FAMOUS CATERER'S SEW DEPARTURE
John B. Schlosser, formerly one of the
proprietors of the Duquesne Hotel, and the
new owner of the Hotel Albemarle, will be
married during the last week of December
to a Miss Velker, of Washington, D. O.
The wife expectant is an heiress after a
manner, and is described as being one of
the most beautiful young women of Wash
ington. Mr. Schlosser was called upon by a re
porter for The Dispatch yesterday, but
he would give no information concerning
the coming union. He said that it was
only private to himself, and that when tbe
marriage occurred he would have no hesita
tion in giving the matter to tbe public
From another source, however, the reporter
secured information about tbe bride to be.
Almost every man about town in the city
knows Mr. Schlosser. For some years he
was one of the proprietors of the Hotel
Duquesne. He came to this city from the
Metropolitan Hotel, New York, about 1877,
and took charge of the dining room of the
Duquesne Club, which was then the only
social club of note in tbe city. Schlosser was
the boue of contention over which a split oc
curred in the club, and
the younger members left
it. He had a dispute with one of them, and
the case went before the Board of Directors.
The latter, backed up by the old members of
the club, sustained the steward. The young
men pulled out of the organization, and
formed the Pittsburg Club, which is still In
existence. At that time the Pittsburg Club
was about to move into the Blume building
upon the site of tbeir present quarters. The
new organization quietly worked a deal by
which they secured possession of the fixtures,
etc., of the old clubhouse on Penn avenue.
It was Mr. Schlosser wbo stirred up Pitts
burg to the present manner of conducting
restaurants in this city. He brought from
the old country the notion of first-class eat
ing honses, and the manner in which he
conducted the Duquesne restaurant was an
example to Pittsburg in general. Mr.
Schlosser went from the Duquesne Club to
the Dnquesne Hotel, and there established
his idea of what a hotel cafe should be. The
wonderful success of the Duquesne cafe is a
tribute to Mr. Schlosser's perspicacity.
WHO Tlf E BIUDE IS.
Miss Velker, whom Mr. Schlosser will
wed, is a daughter of tbe noted Fourteenth
street restaurateur of Washington, D..C.
He, for many years, conducted one of the
most fashionable and best patronized
restaurants of the national capital. He has
been dead 16 years, but left a fortune which
be acquired in the restaurant business. The
house was managed, after his death, byJ
juts, venter, woo later inarnea a gentleman
Mr. Velker was the father of two beauti
ful daughters. One of them is betrothed to
Mr. Hugo Ziemann, who was the steward
of the White House untilabout three weeks
ago. At that time he left the President's
mansion to become the steward of the Hotel
Bichelieu of Chicago, at a munificent
salary. It is said that the weddings of
Messrs. Ziemann and Schlosser will occur
in Washington December 26, and will be
made society event'.
Miss Velker, it is reported by those who
know her family, will bring an addition
to the present comfortable fortune of, Mr.
Schlosser. The latter has decided to be
come the proprietor of .s practically new
hotel in this city, and on the occasion of the
return home of himself and bride will give
a reception at tne Albemarle
appetite is generally "restore'd to
delicate children by the use in tonic dose
of Dr. D. Jayne's Tonic Vermifuge; and not
onl v an appetite, but strength and vigor as
wefl. While essentially a strengthener, it
is also an excellent vermifuge; and if these
pests of childhood are present, there is no
better, safer or cheaper remedy. Sold by all
Is always a very busy day at our store. W,e
don't believe in crowding all the business of
the week into Saturday, we couldn't proper
ly wait on all our patrons. In accordance
with our usual custom of making Thurs
days busy we name a stunner for to-day. We
have marked a fine lot of chinchilla and
kersey overcoats, guaranteed tailor-made
and all wool, in gray, brown and bine and
worth from $24 to 28 at the bargain price to
day of $12. Call and see, even if only out
of curiosity. P. C. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond Ets., opp. the new
REAL ESTATE SAVINGS BANK, IiIIlL,
401 SmlihOeld Street, cor. Fourth Avenue.
Capital, 5100,000. Surplus, 545,000.
Deposits of 51 and upward received and
interest allowed at 4 per cent. its
Five hundred trimmed hats and bonnets
to select from, 51 60 to 515. For novelties
and correct styles and lowest prices in mil
linery go to The People's Store.
Campbell & Dick.
Happy Little Ones.
Make the children happy by getting them
some of Marvin's Little Lord Fauntleroy
Cakes, the newest and most delicious cake
on the market. Grocers keep them, ttssu
If you bold a family ticket for Hendricks
& Co.'s photograph" gallery, 68 Federal
street, Allegheny, use it and get a handsome
life-size crayon for Christmas of yohrself or
Arc Yon Luclty
Enough to hold one ot onr club tickets? If
so, call at Elite Gallery, 516 Market street,
immediately and receive the benefit.
Blair's Pills Great English pout and
rheumatic remedy. Sure, prompt and effect
ive. At druggists'. ttsu
Dolla Given Away
This week to all purchasers in our infants'
department. Fleishman & Co.
Every family in Allegheny county can
save fully $30 per year in actual money on
the wear'and tear of their clothes by using
"Walker's wax soap. MWThF
Bresa Goods Bargains
At Knable & Shuster's. 35 Fifth aye.
MEMBERS OF SHARPSBURG LODGE
No. 752, 1. O. O. F., are requested to meet
at tbeir hall, Sharpsbnrg, on THUR8DAY,
(Jet. 31, at 1 p. M. sharp, to attend tbe funeral of
onr late brother, William Fix, Sr. Members
of sister lodges are Invited to attend. By Order
of N. G. OC30-51
NOTICE MEMBERS OF DDQUESNE
Greys will meet at the armory to-day at
12 JO in citizens' clothes to attend the funeral
of late Member Wra. Rlsser.
JAS. F. MOORE, Captain.
H. M. Bleecklev. Secretary. OC31-80
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 1HAT
X'l there will he a special meetlnc of the
stockholders of the Sewickley Dairy Company
on THURSDAY, November H, 1S89. at 8 p.m.,
at the parlors of tbe St Charles Hotel, for tbe
purpose of voting for or against a proposed de
velopment of the company's property for gas
and oil. O. P. COCHRAN, Secretary.
PrrrsBTBO, October 18, 1889.
SI AND 83 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg, Pa. ap30-7a-S
B3-DUplav advertiiementt one dollar per
square or one insertion, Classified advertise'
menu on this page such at JFanted, For Bale,
'To Let, etc., ten centt per line for each inser
tion, and none taken or leu than fifty cents.
For the accommodation of the
public, Branoh Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning!
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already haye account with Tai VU
THOMAS MCCAFFKKY, S&A Butler street.
EMIL G. STUCKET, 21th street,and 1'enn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY ACth, Wylle ave and Fultonst
N. STOKELY, VUlh Avenue Slarket House.
J. W. WALLACE, I21 Fenn avenue.
UCALLIBTEK S. BHEIBLER, 6 to ay. & Alwood It
JACOB Sl'OHM, Iw. : Carson street.
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carton street.
A. J. KAEKCHEK, St Federal street.
H. J. McBRIDE. Market Home, Allegheny.
FRED H. EGGERS. 172 Ohio street. "
F. H. EGGERS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Westernana IrwlnaTes.
G. TV. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaveraves.
FERRY M. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
W. 'W. FLOCK.EB. Stationer. Ko. 4 Grant avCy
i second floor.
Sixteenth and Mulberry sts., city. OC31-30
WANTED-TWO GOOD TIN ROOFERS O.
C MORGAN. 70Frankstown ayenne, E. E.
ANTED-GOOD VAKtflSHERS TO WOHK
piece work. Address VAttMSHEK. Dis
patch office. ocSl-97
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS BARBER. NO
other need apply at 220 ARCH bT Alle
gheny City, Pa. OC31-31
-CT7ANTED-S0 LABORERS AT COR.THIRTY
W THIRD and Herron ave., at Wylle ave. car
stables. BOOTH FLINN. ocJl-96
WANTUD AN EXPERIENCED MANTEL
and tile setter. Apnly to PITTSBURG
TILING CO., 213 Wood street.
TU"ANTED SIX BRICKLAYERS AT KIT
VV TANNING. Pa., at once: highest wanes
paid; no strike. JOHN WICK, JR. OC3I-17
ANTED FOUR GOOD BARBERS FOR
country; also city barbers; best of wages.
LU A. KaUULO A lv'., W4 W tl.V Jj.UCtbJ.
-VT7-ANTED-A LIVE MAN TO REPRESENT A
YY large accident insurance company; liberal
terms to right party.
Address BOX 52(9. Boston,
WANTED-150 LABORERS, il 60 PER DAY,
to work on Nat. Transpt. line at Manor. Ap
ply either there or at OTT BROS. BRICK Y ARD,
Boyd's Hill, city.
-TTTANTED-MECHANICAL ENGINEER AND
VV machinist; must have experience In running
bnrr stone-mill. Inquire at WORKS, 93 Main st ,
Allegheny City, Pa. OC31-22
ANTED-A GOOD MALE COOK TO TAKE
charge or Kitchen: gooa wages ana penna
losltlon for right man, at BOLEY'S HOTEL,
SI to 5
I Diamond, city.
-TO-ANTED-H) COAL MINERS, 1.000 YARDS
VV entry to drive; new mine Just opened;
honses for lainllles. J, V. W. COOK & SONS,
Arden station, C. V. Ry. OC31-82
VTTANTED BOILER MAKER, WHO IS
V thoroughly competent to lay out all kinds
of boiler and gas work. Address, with reference,
Z., P. O. Box 672, New York. oc291
WANTED-A SI AN TO SELL SOAP FROM A
wagon; must he well dressed and a hustler;
big Inducements to right party. J. O'NEILL,
Union Hotel. Mansfield, Pa. OC31-6
WANTED GENTLEMEN TO 8ELL CON
DENSED coffee Chutney table sauce, and
new 60c kitchen utensil: send for terms. BENN
AGE MFG. CO., Philadelphia, Pa. OC31-74
WANTED ONE FIRSr-CLASS COAT
maker; steady work and good wages to sober
and Industrious man. Apply Immediately W.J.
HUSTON & CO., East Liverpool, O. oe30-S3
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN FOR HORSE
bHOEING; must be a good driver: will have
a trood chance at fire. Inquire HUEY DONNEL
LY, 1359 Second avenue, Frankstown'. OC31-&I
position in city; splendid chance for good
man. Personal application, with references.
Personal application, with references, to
l-. rt Atiu, noon. z. km jrenn avenne.
WANTED AGENTS TO-SOLICIT OK11EK9-
A wonderful advertising scheme; Just
patented: big pay. Call or address W. G. GIT
TINGS. Hamilton Hotel, Pittsburg. Call to-day.
ISO for pipe line, SO for stone quarry, JO coal
miners: farm and gardeners, at 640 Grant street;
steady work. AUG. P. GEI3EK, General Agent.
WANTED-GENTLEMEN WHO DESIRE A
wife or a lively correspondent to send their
adres and stamp to I HE AMERICAN CORRE
SPONDING CLUB, Box 613, Clarksburg, W, Va.
-VTTVANTED-AGENTS TO COME AND LOOK
V over our new lineof albums for tbe holiday
trade: there is a big hit here for a tot of live
to P. J. FLEMING CO., 77 Dla-
mond St., Pittsburg, Pa.
TTT-ANTID A GOOD MAN TO TRAVEL
VV throueh Western Pa.. East Ohio and W- Va.
on a good ready selling article; must have had ex
perience: good salary. For further partlculafs
call atlOTCAKSONJST., S. B.
WAN1 ED-RELIABLE LOCAL AJ'D TRAV
ELING salesmen; positions permanent;
special Inducements now: fast-selling specialties;
don't delay; silary from start. BROWN BROS.,
Nurserymen, Rochester. N.Y. sel7-70-TTS
TTJANTED-DETECTIVES IN EVERY COUN
VV TY; shrewd men to act under Instruction
In our secret service: experience not necessary:
send 2-cent stamp. GRANNAN DETECTIVE
BUREAU CO., Arcade, Cincinnati, O.
WANTED-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 office.
WANTED CORRESPONDENT. ALSO PAVE
MENT salesman, for produce commission
house; none bnt first-class, experienced parties
need apply; state where lastemployed and give
references. CONFIDENTIAL, Dispatch office.
-TSJ-ANTED-S HONEST, ACTIVE MEN TO
V sell household goods in Pittsburg and Al
legheny; we have all kinds of goods that people
buy fast because they need them. Call and get
terms. E. GATELY & CO., 25 Federal street,
WANTED-LABORERS WANTED IN NEW
Orleans 200 able-bodied men to ship as
crew; wages SCO per month and board; to reliable
men steady employment will be given. Apply to
M.N.WOOD. Coast and Lalausche Line, ifo. 2
Canal St., New Orleans, La. ocls-42
WANTED-MALE HELP-JOO SALARY, W0
expenses In advance allowed each month.
Steady emnlovtnent at home or travellnir. No
soliciting. Duties delivering and making collec-
tlons. No nostal cards.
HAFER & CO., Plq.ua, Ohio.
Address with stamp,
powder and pure spices; gifts with goods:
coke workers, miners or mlllmin can makemoney
In their spare time; special inducements to per
sons having established trade. YAMASHIRO
TEA CO., is Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa.
VTTANTEU-SAI'ESMEN AT f75 FER MONTH
V salary and expenses, to sell a Uneofsllver-
plated ware, watches, etc : by sample only; horse
and team furnished free; write at once for full
Eartlculars and sample case of goods free. BTAN
iARD SILVERWAitE CO., JSoston, Mass.
WANTED-AGENTS TO SELL OUR NEW
books: Banyan's Pilgrim Progress, the
Parnell Movement, tbe History of the U. S.
by America's historian. Losslng; History or the
becrct Service in the Civil War by the late Head
orthe Secret Service Bureau: lots or new books;
holiday hooks on sale: liberal terms.' Apply P.
J. FLEMING & CO., 77 Diamond St., Pittsburg,
Pa. , OC27-49
WANTED-AGENTS-TO SELL OUR NON
EVAPORATING, non-freeslng chemical fire
palU patented: exclusive territory-given: sells to
factories, hotels, business blocks, dwellings, etc.:
an entirely new thing and sells on sight: Indorsed
N. E. Insurance Ex.. Factory Mut. Ins. Cos , Chi
cago Underwriters' Association, etc: sample nail,
price lUt,etc. sent on receipt of 2 AddressTUE
WORCESTER FIRE APPLIANCE CO. rlucor
poratertj. No. 38 Front street, Worcester, Mass.
W ANTED-GOOD BARBER; HOOD WAGES.
W.M. DUNN, Homestead, Pa. OC31-90
VTJANTED-2 GIRLS FOR GENERALHOUsE-
tv wukk cor. urani ana seventh ave,
EXPERIENCED DIN IN G-
KOOM girl: alto, chambermaid, one to as
sist with table; no washing or Ironing. 800
oi3i WILII lauic. i
"TXTANTED-A GIRL-MUSTRE FIRST-CLASS
V washer and lroner and cook; none other
need ap,l: best of wages given. Inquire 22
LIBERTY ST., Allegheny. oc31-7
TTTANIED-TO EMPLOY A FEW LADIES,
V V on salary, to take charge of my business at
their homes; entirely unobjectionable; light: very
fascinating and healthful: no talking required;
permanent r.oittlon: wages 410 per week In ad-
iiuce; gooa par iui pan ume; my reierences in
clude some of the best well-known oeonle ofLon.
clude some of the best well-known people of Lou-
lavIUe, Cincinnati, PIttthnrg and elsewhere. Ad-
dress with siamp. MRS. MARION WALKER,
Fourth and Chestnut sts.. Louisville. Kv.
Mate and Female Help.
"TXTANTED-AUUTLER, YARD MAN, MAN
t V and wife for farm house; cook and chamber
maid for small family; 100 house girls: dishwasher
and pantry girl: so cooks; 20 chambermaids;
child's nurse. UEEHAN'3, MS Grant st.
WANTED FRENCH NURSE TO TAKE
charge of two children, cooks, dlnlng room
girls, chambermaids, nurses, 100 l.outeglrls, Ger
man and colored girls, farm hands, drivers, man
for dairy. MRS. E. THOMPSON, to Grant St.
"tTJANTED GEN1LEMEN AT SMART'S
VV Practical Business and Shorthand College,
4 Sixth st. ; greater Inducements at lower terms
than any other college: private lessons for both
sexes day and evening: the best instruction guar
anteed without text books. oc31-ttssu
WANTED-TO SUPERINTEND BUILDINGS;
can furnish all kinds nf hoisting apparatus.
Address SUFE1UN1KNDENT, Klttannfng, Pa,
TITANTED-ANY KIND OF HONORABLE
v V employment for man 22 rears-old, with ex
cellent recommendation. Address ENERGY,
Dispatch office. oc30-60
-rrjANTED-SITUATION BY A MAN WHO
TV thoroughly understands his business, as
Inspector of crucible steel; best or references.
Address C. Q. S., Dispatch office. oc30-S
TTANTED-BY A HIGHLY RESPECTABLE
VV young lady, age 22, situation In private
family In Pittsburg: good reference can be given
In exchange. Address J. P. G., Dispatch office.
rANTED-PABTNER BY PROMOTER:
VV MENSE line of lands and mines all" over
North America. BERKS, 18 East Sixth street.
A&MUaSB jXiJ, JUU,
Rooms, Houses. Etc
WANTED-FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING
Three or four rooms, unfurnished, within
ten minutes' walk of W ood st. X. Y. Z.. Dis
patch office. oc31-S5
WANTED TWO NICELY FURNISHED
rooms with board in Allegheny, fay brother
and sister: references exchanged. Address E. G.
S., Dispatch office. QC3I-32
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 N 0. 131, Qulncy,
WANTED-TO BORROW ?40,000 ON GOOD
mortgage security at a low rate of interest.
Address BORROWER, Dispatch office oc31-93
TTTANTED-MOBTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
VV In sums to suit at X, 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth are. Tef. 167.
:TT7-A.NTED-MOBTGAGES ON CITY PBOP
W ERTY. over 4,000; 4K per cent; no tax.
HENBY A. WEAVER A CO., 82 Fourth avenue
WANTED-f500 TO S500.C00-TO LOAN ON
mortgages, 4K, 5 and 6 per cent. JAS. W.
DRAPE CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. Telo
phone No. 975. QC30-23
WANTED-MORTGAaiOJ-11.CO0. 000 TO LOAN
In large and small amounts at 4H. 5 and 6
per cent, free of State tax; no delay.
n state tax; no ueiay. aae.1 a.
131 Fourth ave. mya-
WANTED-TO LOAN (330,000 ON MORT
GAGES In amounts to suit. In city or coun-
try. at 4K to 6 ner cent, as to
securuy; no aeiay.
, 89 Fourth ave.
SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO.
WANTED-TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
of S3, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4X per cent, rree of tax: also smaller
amounts at Sand 6 per cent. BLACK & BAIRD,
96 Fourth avenue. se2l-d26-D
V V on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
(percent, and on farms in Allegheny and aqja
cent oonntles at S per cent. 1. M. PENNOCK A
SON, 103 Fourth avenue. ap7-fU
WANTED-TO i.OAN 1200,000 ON MORT
GAGES: 8100 and upward at 6 per cent;
1500,000 at 4K per cent on residences or business
property; also In adlolnlng counties. S. H.
FRENCH. 123 Fourth avenue. oc2l-4-D
WANTED-SECOND-HAND FIXTUBES FOB
a drugstore Address FIXTURES, Dis
patch office. OC31-72
WANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKEB'S
dosen (13) of Stewart ft Co. 's fine cabinet
photos for II, at SO and 92 FEDEBAL ST.. Alle
WANTED HORSES TWO OR THREE
sound, active horses; must be used to city
work: weigh about 1,000 pounds each, inquire 192
FHtST AVE., Pittsburg. oc30-19
WANTEDTO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one In the club at si 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX 601, and I will call and snow you the watch.
fTTANTED-LADlES' SOLID GOLD FILLED
'V V case Elgin watches, 115 60; gents' sizes,
18 SO: same as are sold by watch clubs at (38:
written guarantee given: mall orders promptly
d to. 15. E. Alt'JNs, Jeweler. S5 Finn
-VTTANTED BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO-
W -TOGKAPHER, K8 Fifth avenue. Pittsburg;
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he Is making fine cabinets at (1 SO per
dozen; photos delivered when promised; Instan
taneous process. mhl3-63
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
TflOB SALE-RlOC-DESIRABLY LOCATED,
JU near Incline, Mt. Washington, new, cozy
frame house of S rooms, cellar, city water, etc :
good lot; easy terms.
FOB SALE COLWELL ST., NEAR DIN
WIDDIE, a very desirable 2-story brick
dwelling; 8 rooms and finished attic; price 82,700;
termseasy; lot 20x100 to alley. J. C. BEULY. 77
Diamond st. OC27-12S
East End Residences.
FOB SALE BBICK HOUSE OF 6 BOOMS, ON
line cable cars; price 82,600: terms reason
able. C. H. LOVE, S3 Fourth avenue. OC31-81
TTlOR SALE-COZY 6-BOOMED FBAME HOUSE
X' and-larce lot on Hastings St.. near Fifth
and-larce lot on Hastings St., near FI
are : handy to railroad and cable: price 82,700,
St., E E.
MELLON BBOTHEBS, 6349 Station
FOB SALE-ONE SQUARE FBOM NEGLEY
ave. a 7-roomed frame house, with porches,
bav window, and grained throughout; exterior
newly painted: this house together with large
lot, weofferatf4,S0O.oneasypayments. MELLON
FOB SALE-COMPARATIVELY NEW SIX
UOOMED dwelling, with all modern conve
niences and In thorough repair, situate on Gar
field avenue, Allegheny. Address PROPERl'Y,
Dispatch office. oc31-77-ThS
FOB SALE-ON LOCUST 8TBEET, ALLE
GHENY, fine 3-story brick dwelling, with
all modern improvements; good brick stable; lot
48x130 feet; price 814,000. A. D. WILSON. 55
Federal street, Allegheny. oc30-8-Ths
FOB SALE-ON LINCOLN AVENUE. ALLE
GHENY, fine brick dwelling: 13 rooms; 2
stories and mansard; large lot; good Btable; ex
cellent location, price 52), 000. A. D. WILSON,
65 Federal street, Allegheny. oc30-8-Ths
OR 8ALE ON LINCOLN AVE., ALLlC
GHENY. fine orick dwelling; 5 rooms first
floor, 4 rooms and 2 hatb rooms on second floor, and
1 rooms In mansard: laundry and heater In cellar;
lot 23x120 ft.: price (17,000. A. D. WILSON. 55
Federal St., Allegheny. oc30-9-WTB
FORSALE-CEETAINLY CBfeAP;ONLY 88,500;
centrally located at Wllklnsbnrg, P. R. R.,
a verv desirable new bouse 8 rooms; thoroughly
Improved: lot 100x200 ft. SeeW.
A. UH.KKUJ a
sons, 0 Fourth avenue
FOR SALE-AT INGRAM STATION -HOUSE
lust finished. 7 rooms, besides large reception
hall, pantry and attic; slate mantels and tile
hearths throughout; large porches front and reir:
sewer connections; lot 50x162- price 83,800: terms
easy. W. A. ZAHN, No. 63 Fourth avenue (sec
ond floor). oc31-85-Thrsu
FOR SALE EDGEW OOD, P. It. It.. ON ELM
street. 3 minutes from the station, anew
frame dwelling of 8 rooms and finished attic bath
room, w. c, h. and c. water, state mantels, nat
ural gas, fine chandeliers, electric light, laundry,
etc; lot 40x150: price 8.250, fi&OO cash, bal. to
suit; Immediate possession. BLACK ft BAIRD,
95 Fonrth arc. 4A-197. OC27-7Z
FOKSALE-T HOUSES WITH 1 ACRES OF
ground at liulton station, A.V. R. K.. almost
opposltetue depot; all to be sold at pnblic sale by
order of the Orphans' Court of Allegheny county,
on Thursday afternoon of this week, October 31. at
i o'clock, on tbe premises; peremptory sale to
c'ose an estate. Terms at sale or Irom JAS. W.
OUAt'E & CO., Agents and Auctioneers, 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. OC29-M
FORSAIE-UBOAD ST.. SEWICKLEV-BAK-GAINS
Brick residence of 10 rooms, laun
dry, bath, hot and cold water, sat. and art. gas;
line lot 47x203 ft.: fruit, lawn, flagstone walks,
also adjoining lot89Kx220 ft,, with frame dwelling
of 7 rooms, nat. gas and water: these are the most
conveniently located properties In Sewickley. In
an elesant neighborhood, near the station, stores.
etc., and are without donbt tbe most desirable
Places in me maraet ror tne prices, viz, ss.ouoand
(4 500 respectively; terms can be arranged to snlt
purchaser. Farther particulars can he had by
applying to A. W. ADAIit, Boom 70S, fenn Bulld
lng Fenn ave. oc29-W
FOR SALE LOTS,
iOR SALE-ELEGANT LARGE BUILDING
JP lots on Fortb-fifth street, cheap; terms tosutt.
t,cneap; terms 1
108 Fonrth ave.
W. Vt . MCN E1LL A BKO
fJOK hALE-A LEVEL LOT 25x100 FEET ON
a.' cuiier st.
near cable line, for 1230 on easy
payments. MELLON BROTHERS. 6H1 station
St., East End,
TTIOB SALE-ALMOST IN THE CENTER OF
JC Allegheny good building lots, easy of access.
lor hw, on easy terms.
SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
bee . A. hekkom &
FOR BALE-NEAR NEW ELECTRIC BOAD
flnelot, SexISdfcet, on Center-are., near Jef
ferson St.; on account of rapid transit and Im
provements made In nelghbcrbood this lot is cheap
at the price asked, (850; t2St cash, balance in 3
years. A. W. ADAIR, Room 708, Penn Building,
Penn ate. oc28-sf
Enat End Lata.
FOR BALE-VERY LOWTO QUICK.BUYEK
Choice building lot on Forbes St., near Craig.
BALrENbPEBGKB St WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth
TTWR SALEIN BATJM'S GROVE, ON AMBER
X1 avenue, lot 40x183; 3 minutes from Roup st.:
will be sold cheap and on easy terms. W. E.
HAMNETtJ 404 Smlthfield street. Pittsburg, nd
Wllsinsburg. Pa. ocM2
FOR BALE-I HAVE FOB SALE AT LESS
than value, a splendid building site; no nicer
In tbe connty: first-class neighborhood: 2 minutes'
irom eahle and 7 from Pennsylvania Rahroad. M.
E. HARRISON. Draughtsman, 131 Fifth avenne,
city. P. O. boxTM. oc2S 58
FOR SALE-1F XOC WANTTA SAFE INVEST
MENT la property, and one thauwlll Increase
rapiuiv in value, ouy one oi inose Tery ueairauie
lots in Villa Park plan. Urnshton; our prices are
low and terms exceptionally easy,
JNO. F. BAX-
j rso. Agent, disiniinneiast
TrWR SALE-BAUM GROVE LOTS FOB SALE,
JQ KastEndt finest lot In that plan, corner Am
ber nnd 1 riendthlp. 40x110; also lots No.30 and 31,
adjoining each other, on Amber St.; come quick;
also stock drygoods tc exchange for real estate.
N. F. HUKSTiBeal "Estate Agt, Rochester. Pa.
Send for farm and ex. lists. , ocll-14-EOD
T710R SALE-AT WUiKINSBUBG,
4 minutes from sts.
a good investment, w.
E. HAMNETT. 404 Smith
field street, Pittsburg,
ana wiiKinsourg, r.
FOBS LE-CU01CE LOTS: (0x194, MOO TO J600,
Belmont Place, Ingram. P., C & St. L. B. .:
streets SO rt, wide; sewered; houses to set back 40
ft., cost at least (2,000- terms rsdown, balance f 10
rer month. INGRAM LAND .AND IMPROVE
MENT CO., 60 i ourth ave. (second floor).
FORSALE-FARM-IB2 ACRES, GOODFBAME
house, bank barn and otner outbuildings;
good soil, water and coal: near Saltsburg: $50 per
acre. ED W1TT1SH,T4.10 Grant St.. Pittsburg,
FOR SALE A VEBY FINE PLACE OF 38
acres, 14 miles from Pittsburg and only 15
minutes' walk from the R. B. station: large num
ber of fine apple, peach, cherry and quince trees:
also an abundance of small fruits; frame house of
4 rooms, good stable, etc. C. BERINGER&SON,
103 Fourth ave, oc30-15-wins
FOB SALE A VERY FINE FABM OF 86
acres. In 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 Smiled from R.J1. station and 8
miles from Butler; price low. C. BER1NGER A
SON., 103Fourtb ave. oc30-I5-WThS
-T710B SALE-I00 ACRES, 8-P.OOM HOUSE, 2
Jj barns, large orchard, 1 mile from station, for
1:0 per acre: sell easy payments or take other
oroperty In exchange; also 33 acres, nice home,
5 rooms, barn, orchard, well. etc. ; 2 miles from
Beaver: sell easy payments or exchange: send for
farm and ex. list. N. F. HUBST, Lock Box 49,
Rochester, Pa. oc3l-l5 TTg
FOR. SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-'SALOON AND FIXTUBES, NO.
231 Diamond alley: good reasons for selling.
A. ZaNGE, East Liverpool, O, 0C31-78
FOB SALEPATENTS OF VALUETO BAIL
ROADS and foiling mills. Address MAU
RICE CASHMAN, Homestead, Pa. OC31-75
fTKJB SALE A GOOD PAYING GENERAL
Jj store at a-bargain: storeroom and dwelling.
For particulars address 8. P. POOBBAUGH,
Glencoe, Pa. ocS-3o
FOB SALE 'A GOOD PAYING BUSINESS:
will show good reasons for selling: price
tl,600. Apnlr to FBED GBEINER, cor. Fourth
ave. and Try st. OC31-69
FOR SALK-J2, MO-LEASE OF A VALUABLE
manufacturing site with Iron building,
boiler, englnectc; site in city proper. S1BAUB
&MOBBIS, 106 Third aye., cor. of Wood st.
-I7I0R SALE-NEW FIRST-CLASS STEAM
J laundry: fine family grocery store with
splendid location and business, will invoice about
89,000; smaller grocery stores, 8400to &5.000; milk
route: cigar and confectionery stores 835 to 1650;
drygoods and notion stores: feed store: 2 printing
offices: drug stores: shoe stores; bakeries and 100
other huslness chan ces: free particulars. SHEP
ABD & CO., 54 Filth ave. oc2S
FOB SALE-A GOOD BUSINESS STAND IN
Homestead, with trade established; fresh,
clean stock of groceries, drygoods and notions;
only been In business six months; owner wishes
to go West.rinqulre of SELLERS ftCOWEN,
Sixth street. oc30-99-WThFSu
FOB SALE-BUSINESS PBOFEBTY-SOUTH
Diamond, near Federal St., Allegheny; this
property Is placed In onr hands with instructions
to make immealate sale and to do so we sre per
mitted to accept a price below any business prop
erty of equal value in Allegheny. CHARLES
S0MER3 ft CO., 313 Wood St. OC31-25
or hale Hotel property new
CASTLE. Pa.: the undersigned will sell at
public sale the Crawford House New Castle
Pa., Tuesday, Nov; 19, 1889, at 2 o'clock P.M.;
house has always been a licensed hotel, and Is In
good repair. For particulars inquire of C M.
CRAWFORD. New Castle Pa. oc27-98-Th8a
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
nones. Vehicles- Live Stock, dtc
FOKSALE-2 SIX-PASSENGER CARRIAGES,
good as new; used only a short time. Inquire
of F. B. LIGGETT, 13S Sandusky St., Allegheny.
yjWB SALE SECOND-HAND BAROUCHE.
Jj as good as new. Can be seen at C. WEST A
CO. 'S, Carriage Makers, 44) Duquesne way, Pitts
burg, Pa. - oclO-28
T7AOR BALE-A GOODNO. 1 SOUND DB1V1NG
JD horse: a good roadster, quiet and gentle. In
quire at 121 SANDUSKY ST., or 81 FEDEBAL
ST.. Allegheny. oc3l-l8-Ths
FOR SALE-HOBSE A HANDSOME, SPIR
ITED animal, works both In buggy and under
the saddle: will selKcheap. Call at W. H.
WOOD'S Livery Stable, Oakland.. OC31-68
FOB SALE-HANDSOME JET BLACK GELD
ING. 15"4 bands high: trots in harness; finest
riding horse In the city: quite fast: will sell at a
sacrifice If sold soon. Address 545 SMITUF1ELD
BT second floor front. oc30-12
IOB SALE-A GOOD FAMILY HOBSE; ALSO
a lnmo-seat shaeton-hu-r-rrand harness. In
good condition: will he sold very low. for want of
use: can oe cxaminea in tne ust cna or aown
town. Address SALE, P. O. BOX 222, city.
Machinery ana Metals.
JJTOtt SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
and refitted; ripalrlng promptly attended to.
below Suspension bridge Allegheny, Pa. aul0-23
FOE SALE SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers: all sizes and styles In stock, from 4 to
100 h. p. ;all refltted;good as new, at lowest prices;
portable engines, 8 to 25 h. p. ; boilers all sizes
and styles. J. S.YODNG.23 Park way, Allegheny.
Pa. , OC25-S0-D
FOR SALE NOW ONE SECOND-HAND
tenoning machine 2 surface planers and 1
shaner, and new and second-hand engines, boilers.
larianag. ou'men vaivea. castings.
etc VELTE 4 -MCDONALD, Thirty-second st.
and renn ave. ivzI-si-tts
T7OR SALE-ON SPECIALLY EASY TERMS.
JD a completely equipped malleable and gray
Iron foundry, in full running order: property Is
223x180 feet; brick t
rice Duuuing. wun Tnacaine snop.
pattern, etc., ana is suuaiea wuain taree uiocas
of the switch track id the heart of Bt. Lonis. For
full particulars apply to JUHM URETHEIC, No.
301 N. Eighth St., St. Louis; Mo. oc26-39-tts
TTIOK SALE MACHINERY,
No. 48 Water
jj stocc on tne premises.
street, will be sold at auction. November 12.
1889. at 10 a. irU an excellent lot of lathes from is
to 26 Inches, swing from 8 to 18-foot bed: brass
lathes, drill presses, 'planer, wood-working ma
chinery, 8-lnch Saunders tapping machine, pipe
machine; lot machine aud gas-lltung tools, ream
ers, taps. etc. r malleable and cast Iron flttlntrs;
gate and globe vnlvts suitable for steam and
natural gas: bending table and furnace; flasks
and patterns of valves, flanges and flttlnzs; also
large gray in are, harness and wagon. It ECS,
SHOOK A CO., 48 TV ater street, Pittsburg, ra.
LUST-BETWEEN JEANNETTE ANDIKWIN
stations. 1'. It, K . a draft tor 8405 parable to
Samuel CearselL on New York bank: all banks
stop payment. A liberal reward will be paid for
the return or the same to LEWIS bHUTVEI,
Irwin Station, Pa. oc3a-84
T OST WHlLELOOKINGATTHEELEOANT
JU aispiay orvoitaic aiamonds at ? Je irta ave.,
1 lost my senses at the beanty. brilliancy and low
prices: eardrops, 83 50 and up: rings, S350andup:
studs, 82 and up: stick pins, 2 25 and up; all solid
bole Agent for
FOUND-HANDSOME. SOLID GOLD FILLED
case Elgin watches for. ladles, SIS 50; gents'
site. 818 50; same as sold by watch clubs for 838;
written guarantee given; mall orders promptly
attended to. B. E. ARUNS, Jeweler, 65 Fifth aver
IN THE COURT OF COMMONPLEAS NO.
1, of Allegheny county. No. 331 of Decem
ber term, 18S9. Notice Ubereby given that an
application will be made to the said conrt on
SATURDAY, the 16th day of November, 18S9.
at 10 o'clock a. M., under the "corporation ace
of April 29, 1874," and tbo supplements thereto
by Charles 3, Clarke. Joseph Home, S. S. Mar
vin, John Walker, Milton L. Myers, O. P.
Scaile. W. B. Sdbmertz. Wm. G. Johnston, J as.
H. D. Meeds Wm. R. Thompson. Thomas H.
Lane, John Dnnlap, UnureeAl Kelly, James B.
Scott, Edmund M- Ferguson, H. L., Mason.
Leonard II. Eaton, Joseph G. Walter, Fred
Rlnebart, George Wilson, Henry A. Weaver,
William Wade, John HMcCreery. JoeLKerr
and O. M. Edwards for the charter ot an in
tended corporation tdbeHcalIed the "Western
Pennsylvania Humane Society," the character
and object of which Is the prevention of cruelty
to anliLaU, cnildren and' aged persons and for
these purposes tohave. possess and enjoy all
the rights, benefits and privileges conferred
by tbe said act and Its supplements.
oc24-86-Th FRANK W. SMITH, Bollcitor.
"I A. RALPH,
41 Seventh avenne,
Telephone lMi - , - seS8-TTS
TO LET FINE BRICK BESrDXNCE' ON
Forty-sixth St., close to- cable line, rooms,
attic, halL bath. Inside w. c hot and cold water,
both gases, etc : finely papered: Immediate pos
sestlon; rent S25 per month. L. O. FKAZTEB,
Forty-fifth and Bauer sts. OC30-61
East End Residence.
TO LBT-HOJSE OF 14 BOOMS, STABLE
and outbuildings: large grounds; on Negley
avenne, near Penn avenne cable ears. Inquire of
HENRY EOBEKTH.at Oliver &Koberts Wire Co..
TO LET JUST FINISHED NEW BRICK
house, late style, 8 rooms, late Improve
ments, on paved street, near cable eats, at Belle
ilrld (near Oakland). W. A. HEBKON ft SONS,
89 Fourth avenue, oc3MS-TTS
LET NEAT 4.BOOM HOUSE. LARGE
attic water in kitchen r little a-exafor small
family: Market street. Allegheny. Inquire
CL.ARENCEPETTIT, 114 Seeona are., Pittsburg.
TO LET ELEGANT RESIDENCE IN ALLE
GHENY, No. 130 rranklin street; contains
right rooms, good hall bathroom, w. c, both
gases and all modern improvements, with nice
grounds. GEO. R. BOTHWELL, No. 104 Frank
lin street, Allegheny. oc24-39
TO LET-AN ELEGANT LARGE BRICK
dwelling house, furnished, with largi
grounds, at Emsworth, P., Ft. W. AC. It. W.:
rent very low to a good tenant. C.BERINGEB
& SON, 103 Fourth ave. ocSO-U-vnhs
TO LET-KOOMS-FUBNISHED OB UNFUR
NISHED, on Stockton ave.: all modern conf
venlences. S. E. A., Dispatch office otSB-Tf
fTK LET-41RARGE, ELEGANT ROOMS IN
JL Allegheny: desirable location slow rent. W.
W. McNEILL A BRO.,10i Fourth ave oci3
TOLET-AVEBYNICEHOUSEOF 4 ROOMS
and store room, wltb large lot and stable on
the Perrysyille Plank road, about 1 mite beyond
Electric li. K. : rent only fid per month. C BEB
1NGEB ft SON., 188 Fourth ave -oeSVJS-WTbs
TO LET-NO, 133 THIRD AVENUE A BUILD
ING containing storeroom and 11 dwelling;
rooms, all In perfect order, all newly papered,
painted, etc, natural gas, water, etc : would pre
fer to rent as a whofe, but wilt rent separata If
everything is satisfactory. C. H. LOVE, 93
Fourth ave. ocH-81
Offices. Desk Room. &c
TO LET-BACK OFFICE-LABGE, WELL
lltrhted: will rent cheap to the right party
Call at 643 SMITHFIELD ST., second floor.
mO LET-IN STANDARD BUILDIN O LARGE
JL and well lighted offices, cheap; Wood, near
dizu avenue w. A. uzuuiua s suns, ou
Fourth avenue. ocS-46-tts
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two or the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be fonnorln ths
city; rent, 8200 and 8800 per annum, including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam heating.
Apply between 10 A. u. and 1 r. jr., or between
Sand 4 P.M. 1y23-67
PERSON AL-CHESTEE-MIBS FLORA- CHES
TER will find an Important lettenln general
delivery, Pittsburg postofilce ocJl-09
PERSONAL-MALTBY'S OYSTEB DEPOT,
late 76 Fifth avenue removed to 641 Smith
field street: fresh oysters received dally; orders
filled at lowest prices. J. B. HEMMKKLE. Mgr.
PERSON A L-BOOKSl BOOKS! BOOKS!
New and old. ancient and mouern. standard
and rare. legal, medical and scientific 30.000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 900
Liberty st. au3-3
PERSONAL-,,CUT BATES" ON WATCHES:
richly engraved, solid gold, filled case, Elgin
watches for ladles, 1 13 50; gent's size 818 60: sama
as sold by watch clubs for 888: written i
given: mail orders promptly attended :
ABONS, Jeweler, Fifth ave
o. B. E.
-DEBSONAL "WHAT ARE "VOLTAIC
X Diamonds?" Found 18 miles south of Hot
at the foot of tbe Ouachita range
of moutalns, in Silver City basin; they are a natu
ral stone not paste, or glass, and are warranted
for brilliancy. B. . ABONS. Jeweler. Sole
Agent for U.S., 85 Fifth ave. oc27-U
PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURNED; recently they had not been on the
best of terms owing to a little famly jar occa
sioned by tbe wife insisting on being allowed to
renovate his wearing apparel, and which, ot
course was done In a bungling manner; In order
to prevent tbe trouble they agreed to send alt
their work; hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor. M
Fifth ave. corner Wood st., second floor, and
now everything Is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns In their household. Telephone 1868.
ptRAND OPERA. HOUSE
EXTRA. EXTRA. EXTRA. r
Bale of seats now open for the engagement next
week of the eminent comsdian,
MR, SOL SMITH. SUSSELL,
In his new and successful comedy,
A. POOR RELATION.
The production of this quaint comedy during
Mr. Russell's recent engagement In New York
and Boston, met with unqualified praise by th
press, and filled Daly's Theater nightly with
largo and fashionable audiences. The play will
be produced here next week with the samecast,
scenery and stage settings as used during ths
New York ran. oc31-28
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
To-night. Matinee Saturday.
THE "WOMAN HATER.
Week November i Sol Smith Russell. A.
POOR RELATION. ocSl
"VV. "W; Tillotson's Merry Company in
"Week November 4 Evans & Hoey, In MA
Parlor Match." 0C28-U-KTTF
SARRY wfl.r.TAMR' ACADEMY
light, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and
QlLLETrS WORLD ON WHEELS AND
VAUDEVILLE CO. ocS7- f
HARRIS' THEATER EVERY AFTER
NOON and evening.
GRAY 4 STEPHENS
In their Beautiful and Pictureaqre Drama
SAVED FROM THE STORM.
Week of Noy. 4 Barlow Bros. Minstrels.
WORLD'S MUSEUM. ALLEGHENY
CITY Week October 23. GEARY'S
OWN MINSTREL COMPANY. Previous
efforts succumb to greater achievements.
Positively the hit of tbe season. "BASS," tbe
Ossified Man, week November oe48
Office of tujs President, oj- the
Second Ave. Passenosb Raxcwat Co.,
Ko. 500 Liberty avenue.
TJiiwi,mjiTT D A n.tnh. W IQfiO.
TIDS FOR THE WHOLE OR ANY PART
ONEBUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND
FIRST MORTGAGES PER CENT 20-YEAR
Of this company froe ot tax, will be received
at this office until noon of NOVEMBER J,
1889. Tbe President reserves tbe right to re
ject any or all bids.
OC25-89 JAMES D. CALLERY, President.
TJROPOSALS KOR THE ERECTION OF
J BUILDINGS Columbia Arsenal. Colum
bia, Tenn., October 24, 189. Sealed proposals.
in triplicate, will be received at this office until
12 o'clock if. on TUESDAY, November 28. 1S88,
for the erection of one main storehouse. Com
manding Officer's quarters, office, guard house,
workshop, magazine, stable and sued, and two
sets barracks for enlisted men; bids may be
made for the whble work complete, or for each
building separately; plans and specifications
may be seen at this office, aad at tbe
office of tbe Cblef of Ordnance, TJ.. S.
A. Washington, D. C. Blank forms and
full information can be had on application.
The Government reserves thericht to reject any'
and all bids, or parts. thereof. Proposals muse
be roaxkedt"Proposals for the erection of build
ings." and addressed to MAJOR CLIFTON
COMLY, Ordnance Department. U. a A.
Piney Woods Hotel.
Season opens December 4. 1S88.
M. A BOWER, Proprietor.
For circulars, rates, etc., address
WM. E. DA VIES, Manager, ThomasvHie. Ga.,
or F. A. BUDLONG, Windsor Hotel, N.Y.CIty.
"VTOTICE TO THE PUBLIC DANIEL"
JA MEIK has re-opened a wholesale and
retail butcher shop on Liberty avenne, near
Osceola st. Twentieth ward, Pitlsbarg, where
he will have 'on hand constantly all kinds ot
fresh meats, lard, etc., at tbe lowest prices.
Anchor Bank. or Ptttsbubo, i
PrrrsBUBO, October 30, 1886. J
DIVTDENI-THB BOARD OF DIRECT
ORS ol this bank bave this day declared
a dividend of FOUR (4) P1CR CENT, on tbe
capital stock, payable on and after the 'first ot
November to the stockholders or tkefr legal rep
resentatives, free ot taxes. -
ocai-2 KOST J. STONKY, Cssfcse.
NEW ELECTRIC RDAB1
Ee4fl constructed la OaWasd raas 1y -
she end ot
and will carry passengers dbeeltsr ftew)
the square to tbe cityvlPrtws-
Tractloaroad for 5 CENTS. Vfee
lot tale in this square tor tt,S60 to f,M8)
(whfch includes alt trnprovoments,
street or otherwise), elegant sewtwaj
story and mansard 8 and f room brie
j.tti. ... ..ii t.k i..a
UWeiUJl, Wild JUU9, JJB, II1IMIWI J
stationary tube, cemented oellar, nags,-;
fine chandeliers, both gases, hands sa ,
Slats mantris, wltb t&s bean, also
tils vestibule, bay windows, Tssash
plate glass, electric llghtine apparatus.
.front and rear porches, etc.; tarfs let p Zt
!..... d.. :! .... .J Mmy-1 ,.!
tirJUS Alttlk, MM UU. .6W JOTU, WWX
ins asphalt paved and sewered street ..a
xm xeec iswiata vns pars, as twusui
magnificent view, perieet drnssisis,',,,.
high and faealty location. These dwsK.
ings are beinc built by day work.
down; balance pkr tbajcti
See and be convinced.
SAM'L W. BLACK & CO.;
t9 fourth: avenue.
LAWBKNCaf BANKjOF PirFSSBSS, ,
PrrrsBCBO.PA-. October 38, JS88. ig
ELECTION-THE ANNUAL SLBCX
for nine directors of tfcis bask will fen
at the banklse house on MONDAY. Nove
U, 1889. between the boars ot 1 aat 3 e'etoekMI
K. JOHN HOERR. Cashier. -oo88-i w
ATOTICE IS HEREBT GIVENT
XI Bureau ot Health of the city of
onrg nas tnis oay estaDiisnea ana pi
and does hereby designate the foot ot
teentn u' J street. mine cnyoi ma
the Allegheny river, and Clark's d
imEieaiateiy aoova tne norm ena ot
Tentn street bridge, in tcsatyoi
on the Monosgaheia river, as the pi
t ptoses wkesai
are to be received asd deposited the
of all privies as they shall irom time to
cleaned and emptied, and all other e
substances found, upon the paMie Wjssjwm.
THOMAS W. BAJOssV
Superintendent of the Bureau of
at auction: - i
J. R BORLAND,.
Important to tfee pubHev Tie steek SCI
a large drygoods importtee
oyer 858,088 worth ot ;
and domestie -' stsa
BY AUCTION AS
. J, H.JBORLANrrs3
LARGE AND SPACIOUS
Nos. 723 anrl 7.25 Jibeftv,s
attfas bead ot Wood street,
ths Arbackls Meok. commneiw
MONDAY, October 28, i!
Sales wHl oommonoo day a K A. acj
2y. K. and 7J8 P. v.,
from day today wW tke easts stvsttj
b disposed of, aad fas. efgaBtrttes f tmiii
XlftxS J9 wTCTftOft CJs.COpUSB B0 .
Fine Dryfcoeds, Carpets a4 Rags srsrs
in Pit8afesrg,adisweHweta7 sk :
of the psaHe seaeraHy. ' Tfce
must be seM .regardless of seat er
order to make a proBapt leisismsat w
All coods seM at this sale pesstsnl
aateed asd warranted as reyressiissV
Special aseegaodatfams previslesl Jtr 1
BY" HENRY AUCTIOr CO. :
T ARUE CONSIGNMENT OF Nl
1 1 second-hand furaitare and earpet
must positively be closed oat FRIDAY H
ING, November L at W o'eloek, as No. 1
ketst. Fine walnut, cherry and oskel
salts, wardrobes, chiffoniers, Joidtsc
diessing eases, bedsteads, wasbsMtsst,!
leainer, cane ana wooa seas eawrs aas r
pier and mantel mirrors, pahsttnjH sod
lags. Bronzes ana oraaraeatswiiMwasi
rockers, easy chairs, handsome parlor i
piBsaes, tapestries, Tugs ana inumii
cases, bouquet stands, eeater tabletv I
aescs, curtains, ruga, enaaea, oait,
stair earneta. decorated dinner, tea
sets,seakkin sacque, ladies' weanswj
ana wraps, notions, isnoy arua, i
kitchen furnisbraeots. etc. etc
AUCTKIN CO LIM Aartieseeia.
SB CONGRpS 9ThNBAFTA1
THURSDAY. OCTOBan'M, XM.
4 P. M. ON THE PI
A substantial 3-starv Bttek
'rams. hall. balk. w. a., raace as
niences; nose aswiy paseres.
haiku, w r oarta ave.
CHICAGO, ILL., ot Ufh
tbeir plant, with no iBsembraaess, sd
profitable business (expeot to dossble tstets
its! the coming year from tbe eatatassi l.4i
business), wish to add to their v-
to eae handred thousand dolUrs; wssbs
oi a thoroughly capable basts oas
experKBCea in maiiuiauriBt i
lerreo. Aaaress, siatuie: I
ocg-M-Tbaen Clttssya .
SIXTH AVENUE.DYK WORM. VJ
I. MAY SONS &,
STEAM DYERS AND 3COU1
And general renovators ot tents
dies' aad geaiieasa's seiissi er
sa.tlv cleaned or restored la ea
ot every deseriptioa esrotaBy atfee H.
M. MAY SONS & Cow
JeU-ns SIXTH ATt, rttntiiifc
TTTE WILL NOT
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tste two assies, a
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