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EAT GAS DISPLAY.
EtSLoota Kow as if Pan-American
Delegates Won't See an Exhibition.
TAB GAS OFFICIALS LUKEWARM.
Sending Oat the Imitations for the Swell
THE WESTlSGHOUSE LIGHT IXEIBIT
The invitations to the reception to be ten
dered the Fan-American delegates at the
.llonongahela House Thursday evening
' "next were received by the Secretary of the
Chamber of Commerce yesterday aiternoon.
About 200 invitations will be issued. A
list of those who are to get them will be
made out by the Chairman of the commit
tee this morning, and they will be mailed at
once. There is a great demand for the invi
tations and quite a number of those who are
. expectineto receive one will be sadly dis
appointed. A meeting of the General Reception Com
mittee will be 1ield this afternoon. The
different tub-committees will report the
progress of the work. Details, etc. will be
' arranged, and a report of the Finance Com
mittee will also probably be read.
The display of the Westinghonse interests
in machinery hall will be something won
derful. Among the -different machines to
be displayed will be a 3,000 light alternate
irig current dynamo, which is the largest
machine of its Kind ever manufactured.
A DISPLAY OF LIGHTS.
On the topofthis dvnamo will be a pony
A. a machine for '15 lights. It is the
smallest electric light dynamo ever made in
this countrv. Other light machines will be
a"35arc light dvnamo. a 750 hght dynamo,
a 150 direct current lieht dynamo and a
motor generator. Most of these machines
will be running and a large number of
lights will be operated by them. A five
horse-power Tesla motor, operating a print
ing press, will be a very
attractive piece of machinery, proving the
laetthataltemating current dynamos can be
made a success. Souvenirs will be printed
on the printing press and presented to the
A Westinghonse rotary engine, unique
among the inventions of modern mechanics,
will also be on exhibition. This is the first
rotarv engine ever seen in public, because
Mr. "Westinghonse has only lately com
pleted the invention. This rotary engine, a
350 horse-powef machine, will operate all
the electric dynamos. The Shallenberger
meter will be on exhibition, and its works
may be observed and examined.
IMITATION OF A BORDER.
An imitation of a stage light border will
also be shown with a stage light regulator,
demonstrating how the brilliancy of electric
lights can be decreased and increased. An
exhibition of lamp coil will also be made in
.There is a great possibility that the nat
ural gas display, which was to be the prin
cipal feature in the mechanical exhibition,
vjll not come off according to the pro
gramme of the committee. The latter haye
a misunderstanding with the Philadelphia
Company. The officials of the com
pany "sav they want to make
the exhibit a success, but are
not voluntarily doing anything about the
free use of their gas. One of the officials of
the .company when seen by a Dispatch
reporter, yesterday, said:
"I do not know anything about the
' proposed display. The committee has not
been to see me about the matter and I do
not know what they intend to ao. I was
'.always opposed to that kind of a display, as
I think it 'is considerable of a nuisance."
The street department turned a lot of men
loose yesterday afternoon on Dnquesne way.
"With a liberal use of a large how they soon
had the street looking as clean as a celluloid
.ooilar. -AIL. the side- streets leading to the
Exposition building will also undergo the
cleaning operation. ;
The work of decorating the building was
begun yesterday by Boeuigk Bros. A
scheme is on foot to have the building thrown
open to .the public on Saturday next, alter
the departure of the Fan-Americans.
At a joint meeting cf the managers of
Carnegie Bros. & Co., Limited, and of Car
negie, Fhipps & Co., Limited, held at their
branch offices. 48 Fifth avenne, Fittsburg,
on October 3, 1889, the following resolutions
Resolved, That as this firm, in all its his
tory, has never been called upon to record a
loss so tragic as that which has deprived it
of its great manager. Captain William
Blchard Jones, so neither has it ever lost an
officer whose services were more valuable or
to whom it was more deeply indebted for
the success which has attended its opera
tions. 3esolved, That Valuable as the services of
Captain Jones have been, not only to us
but to steel manufacturers in general, the
remembrance of these fade away in the keen
Jrpangs of grief awakened in us by recollec-
,;-,. jytionsoi our mend, the man.
pf Resolved, That the history of steel manu
facture will record his name with those
j whose joint labors have brought the art to
' its present state of perfection, and in the list
L" a of men who have risen from the ranks
: b. . through the possession of indisputable
5.- genius to commanding positions as organ
ist iters and managers of masses of men in the
' industrial armies of this age, the highest
lrank must be accorded to Captain Jones.
'-' "Resolved, That to us, his employers and
v ; -friends, wbo knew him intimately throneh
many years of almost daily intercourse,
'. there is still left in our grief, though he is
, gone, 'the precious privilege of meditating
- upon a combination of manly qualities,
which constitute the real man, and which,
f " united in him, gave forth that indefinable
. ' but rarest quality, character; a hrave, jnst,
honest, transpatent sonl: a staunch, loyal
hearted, generous friend was he, whose ab
sence lrora us and from our councils we
to-day so deeply mourn.
Kesolved, That his life should have been
sacrificed in our service must ever hereafter
tinge our thoughts of the Edgar Thomson
' t - Steel Works with feelings of profound re
gret; and yet we would not forget that the
v' Commander fell at the head ot his men, at
the post of duty, amid the roar of the vast
' 4 establishment, which was his work, and
."which is his monument A heroic end was
- " - his. worthy of the soldier he was; for Cap-
lain tiones upu uc uciu which ub nuu
EBesolved, That the firm cannot forget the
faithful men who died or suffered with their
Cantain. It bees to thank the survivors and
to assure them that it appreciates, to the-
fullest extent, their devotion to duty; and;
the profound sympathy of the firm is hereby'':
.f-'!oflerea to Aira. J ones ana ner lamiiy, and to
' Athe families of those who were stricken by
the recent grievous accident
"Resolved, That these resolutions been-
- 'v'igro'ssed upon the minutes and copies for-
-swanied to the bereaved families. .
r " '
IWhonever wore ready-made clothincrin
rthMf lives will be surprised and delighted
Iwith' the garments we are selling to-day for
IS13 and 15. They represent overcoats
;really worth .from $28 to $35. P.CaC.,
ECor.;tirant ana uuluiub sis., opp. tne new
j .-.;.. .
-Gents' Fnrnlsulng-s aics xo-Dny The Best
9 , Line
Wi fine neckwear, underwear and hosiery,
-, - .JOS. LUHSE CC (JO. 8
r Penn Avenue stores.
Sell Given A Troy
''This week to all purchasers in our infants'
"J.i-m Vtktsttmav Jk Cn
rfe-?A-: your plumber for Anderson Gas
IJ&SavinK Burner. A- ws
SaV ' -. -.
lEN'sTindenrear. atvames H. Aikea JJc
-....-'.- . a. . I
" Waatc. Everybody to "Kbott
The excellent repntation of the Mew .En
gland Mutual Accident Association for fair
dealing and 'prompt payment of losses.
That, since organization, "A" risks have
not been lequired topaymorttha'n $3 00 per
quarter exclusive of membership fee for
$5,000 Insurance and Other classes but little
That on this small cost to members the
association has promptly met all liabilities
and accumulated a reserve "or over $25.000. 4
That the good record' ot the association,
the trifling cost of the Insurance and very
wise provisions of Massachusetts laws'regu
lating insurance, make it the most desirable
accident association to' insure in.
Ihat,,having been a member; and allowed
the certificate to lapse ft may be renewed
without any extra charge.
And that scents can' make more with the
JSew England than other accident associa
tions. 1.11. Station; Manager,
d -Soom 38, Eisner Building, Pittsburg.
We Will sell 2,000 jnen's fine overcoats,
manufactured from -costly chinchilla, chev
iot and kersey, lined and trimmed equal to
custom-made garments",, and worth from $21
to $28, at the ridiculous low price of -$12 for
Cor. Grant and Diamond lis., opp. the new
The Stag; of Life.
In the general scramble -for the good things'
of this life don't forget, that Marvin's
Queen's Jnbilee Bread isihe best and most
wholesome that'ean be rfound All grocers
keep it ttssu
E3POLIVER OPTTO, In to-morrow's
DISPATCH, relates some of
ius experiences on European rail
roads. BUSINESS CHANGES.
DISSOLUTION NOTICE THE FIRM,
heretofore doing bbslness" under the name
of Straw & Hope, dentists, at 81 Federal st, Al
legheny City, lias this day .been dissolved by
mutual consent, J. Homer Hope retiring. The
business of tho late Urm will be continued by
W. L. Straw, wbo will assume all debts of said
firm and to whom all accounts due must he
. W. L-STBAW,
. J. HOMER HOPE.
AlAEGHBiT- Cur, PA.. Nov. 1. 1888. no2-55
PlTTSBURG,EA October 28, 1889. J
ELECTION-THE ANNTJAL ELECTION
' for nine directors of this bank will bt held
at the banking house on MONDAY, November
11, 1SS9. between the hours of land 8 o'clock p.
M. JOHN HOERR, Cashier. oc30-10
VfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
J application will be made to bis Excellency,
the GoTeronr of PennsyLT-nia, on MOJNDAY,
NOVEMBER 11, 1&S9, for a charter Incor
porating the "Iron and Glass BalldlngandLoan
Association" ot the city of Pittsburg. The
subscribers are Johns. Coates. Joseph MolL
Henry Becker, Joseph Auen, F. F. "WaUcer and
'Will & Jones. The character and object ot
said intended corporation is the doing and
transacting of such business as building and
loan associations are bv law authorized to do
and transact. AUGUST FLACH,
OC19-64-S Solicitor for Applicants.
A. Ji WEGER, Attorney.at Law,
93 Diamond street.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN" THAT LET
JLl TERS testamentary on the estate of
Julius Bitzel, late of Allegheny City, deceased,
have been cranted to the undersigned, to whom
all persons indebted to said estate are requested
to make Immediate payment, and those having
claims against the same should present them,
dulyprooated. withont delay. MARYT.RIT.
ZEL. CASPER GAERTNER. FRANK FER
TIG, 65 and 67 Sandusky street, Allegheny City.
TVm. Ross, executor, etc., et al, ) No. 2, Sep
ts tember Term,
Elizabeth Donneil, et at 1889.
310 WM. ROSS, EXECUTOR, ETC.,
Joseph Donnell, John Dohnell, Thomas
bnnell of John, John Montgomery and Mary
A, his wire, Asa Derrick 'and Eliza P., his wife.
Thomas Donnell of William. James Donnell,
Joseph Donnell of William. Pater Ward and
Martha E, bin wife, Henry Donnell, Minnie
M. Donnell, Margaret R. Donnell and Margaret
, You are hereby notified that the writ breve
departttione Taeienda'aaSltened in tbftaboTB'
case, and that the -inquisition will be held on
the 19th day of November. JSS9. at U o'clock
X. M upon the premises situate In Fawn town
ship, Allegheny county; Pennsylvania; begin
ning at a white oak, thencsr N. 2U W.200
perches to a post; thence N. 87k E. 200 perches
to a post; thence S.2-E.2ft) perches to a
white oak: thence S. S7X- W. 200 perches to the
place of beginning; and that said inquisition is
returnable on the 23d -day of November, 1889.
ALEX. JE. McCANDLESS, Sheriff.
W. W. Tillotson' Merry Company in
Week November 4 Kvans t Hoey. In "A
Parlor Match." oc28-12-ws
fRAND OPERA HOUSE
X To-night. Matinee Saturday.
THE "WOMAN PATER,
Week November 4-8ol Smith. Kussoll, A
POOR RELATION. oc31 .
ARRY WILLIAMS' AC AD EM Y-
a'o-night, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and
GILLETT'S WORLD ON WHEELS AND
VAUDEVILLE CO. ocZM
HARRIS' THEATER-BVERY AFTER
NOON and evening. -GRAY
In their Beautiful and Picturesque Drama
SAVED FROM THE STORM.
Week of Nov. 4-BarlovrBrbs. Minstrels.
. . oc3l
WORLD'S MUSEUM.- ALLEGHENY
CITY Week October 28. GEARY'S
OWN MINSTREL COMPANY. Previous
efforts succumb to greater achievements.
Positively the hit ol the season. "BASS," the
Ossified Man, week November 4. ocSO-48
UGH O. PENTECOST,
. AAA.A4A AU UaUlJ,
Tuesday evening, November 5.
8abject-THE TYRANNY OF THE DEAD.
Admission. 25 cents. nol-91
Lawrence Bank of Pittsburg. I
Pittsbubg. October 5L 1SS9. t
DIVIDEND-THE BOARD OF DIRECT
ORS of ihls bank have this day declared
a dividend of THREE (S) PER CENT on the
capital stock out of the earnings of the last six
months, payable on demand...
nol-78 -JOHN-HOERR, Cashier.
anchor bank of Pittsburg i
Pittsburg, October 30. 18S9.
DIVIDEND-THE BOARD OF DHtECT--,.9R
ot.tl!Sj,&?Hftjy tMvday- declared
a dividend of FOUR (J) PkB CENT on the
capital stock, payable on and after the first of
November to the stockholders or thelrlecal rep
resentatives, free of taxes:
QC31-2 ROBERT J. STONEY Cashier.
. "-"triMr VAorHe- Nnta
ISeason' opens December i 1889
M.A. BOWER, Proprietor.
l, or circulars, rates, etc., address
ui i-.iuiLiuiiT, niuuaorxi.oiei,-r.x.-Jlty.
i-vrrfsnnRn a on Rnnnnf c-oti .
r.-V"N- .. WVA4.WU, IiOlAO
U3HED 188L offers advantaees of a
- luuiuugu &v-&uciuic OCOOOl 01
A.( njuimuou wii. private in
RtrnetJnn: Aanh nnnll ,.,.
joint direction of deorge Het-
zel (Dusseidorf .Academy), John
w. seaiy vluuu1'''1 Acaaemyi.
Students who cannot attend daily
n.. ..f..fA.ltmff.J .... , a
days a week. For prospectus address-
JOHN W. BEATTY, Principal,
auSSS-Tns 41?"Wood street. Plttsbure-.
81 AND IS FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittabcrg. Pa. ap30.7-D
WALTEE J. OSBOURNZ. KI0BARD BAEEOTCS.
B ARROWS OB'BOTJRNE
80 Diamond street.
Telephone No. 812. auSMS-TTS
. ."BJaiEDlNG.CONTRACTOR, '
3:'2.i Sevei Tne;'-,-S , -.
V tJ'M-J, . - -JJi'. PiMaMr,Pa.; J
THB ' PITTSBURG-
tS-JHtptay adverttiemaitt on dollar ptr
sguore for one insertion. CtowCt advertito
menu on thii page tuch ax Wanted, For Sale,
To Xitt, eta, ten eentt per line or each inter
tton, and none taken for tut than fifty tent.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
v 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 reoeived up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Adrertltementi are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already hare accounts with Tax D1S-
THOMAS MCCAFFKKY, SSC9 Bntler street
EMXL O. STUCKEY. 21th street and 1'enn are.
J5. G. STDCKEY ACO., Wylle are. and Fultonst.
N. STOKELY, ITUth Avenue llarket Home.
t. W. WALL ACS, 6121 Fenn avenue.
MC A LLISTEK tb SHE1BLEK, 5th av. & AtWOOd St. .
JACOB SPOHN. No. 2 Carson street.
H. A. DONALDSON. 1707 Carson street.
A. 3. KAERCHEK, J9 Federal street.
H. J. McBRlDE, Market Bouse, AUecheny.
FKED B. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS & SON, Ohio and Chestnnt its.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENRY, Western and Inrlnaves.
G.W. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and EeaveraTej.
PEKKYM. GLEUL Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
W. W. FLOC'KER. Stationer. No-1 Grant ave.
, Male Help.
ANTED-2 TINNEK8, AT J. A. DOLAN'S,
4SS Forbes st.
WANTED-PLUMBKB-INQUIKE AT JAS.
LAWLEKACO.'S, 6014 Pennavc., E. E.
WANTED-A GOOD BAKBEH T,0 HELP
out. 209 FEDERAL ST., Allegheny.
WANTEU-A GOOD BirrCHER. APPLY TO
MEAT MARKET, No. 4S11 Butler street,
WANTED-ONE FIEST-CLASSTIN ROOFER,
Apply to HOWELL & BROWN, Greens
bnrg, Pa. nol-43
WAN TED-SKILLED LABORING MEN AT
good wages on Smlthfield st. bridge. J.
work guaranteed. Apply L. J. KAMPS,
W agency: commission. R. 21, 139 MADISON
ST., Chicago, 111. PQ2-M
WANTED-DRUG CLERK TO MANAGE
store; speak German. Address DRUGS.
Dispatch offices; no2-7.
WANTED - AN EXPERIENCED SHOE
packer. Apply at a. L SCOTT 4JCO. '8, 110
Market St., at once.
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED CLERh. FOR
the retail grocery business. Call at 331
MARKET ST., city. no2-8l
TTTANTED-BOY WITH SOME EXPERIENCE
vv in clock worcana joDuing.
lnqnire at 43
OHIO ST., Allegheny.
WANTED-BAKER TO WORK SECOND
hand on bread. Apply W. J. WARD, 21
Besses st, Allegheny. no2-U
WANTED-DRUG CLERK COMPETENT TO
take chrKe at once. STEPHENSON'S
MODEL PHARMACY, Grcensburg, Pa. no2-8
none others need aDDlT.
?T FER makers:
CENTRAL L11H. CO.. No. 48 Fifth ave. no2-2S
WANTED-500 LABORERS ON B.N. LAB.
R. K.: one vear's work. Address T. K.
MCCANN &SON, Why Not P. O., Leeeo., Ky.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS HARNESS
MAKER : no other need apply. Inquire of
FRANK GRIEB, No. 7708 Main street, Braddock,
WANTED-AL1VE MAN TO REPRESENT A
large accident Insurance company: liberal
terms to right party.
Address BOX S248. Boston,
WANTED-STRONG BOY ABOUT 15 WHO
writes well and give security If required.
Address or call 965 LIBERTY (upstairs), Pitts
WANTED-MACHINISTS AND MOLDERS;
four first class machinists and two molders
to go to the country.- Apply at 61 FEDERAL
STREET, Allegheny. no:-33
TTTANTED-W COAL MINERS, LOOO YARDS
.vivfentry: to "drive: new'hflne' Just opened;
houses for families. J. V. W. COOK i. SONS,
Arden staUon. C. V. By. ' oc3I-82
WANTED -SALESMAN IN THIS DIS
TRICT: oneor our men earned M.600 In '87
and ?s,20Q in '88 and is doing better this year. P.
O. BOX 1371, New York. not34
XXJ ANTED BOILER MAKER, WHO IS
V thoroughly competent to Uy out all kinds
of boiler and gas work. Address, with reference1,
Z., P. O. Box 672, New York. 0CS9-64
WANTED-EXPER1ENCED STOVE POL
ISHERS and buffers at once; none others
ippl r, Call or address CUTTER M'F'G CO.,
dusky St., Allegheny, Pa. no2-31
WANTED-TWO SMART MEN TO TRAVEL
on the road to sell soap from wagon; ear
fare and big Inducements to good hustlers. Ap
ply J. O'NEILL, Hotel Hamilton, 9 o'clock A. X.
WANTED-GENTLEMEN WHO DESIRE A
wife or a Uvelv correspondent to send their
address and stamp to THE AMERICAN CORRE
SPONDING CLUB, Box 643, Clarksburg, W, Va.
WANTED-BOO&KEKPEB-MUST BE HOOD
correspondent, of moral habits and rlre
security If required; light but responsible posi
tion: salnrv about flO weekly. BOOKKEEPER,
Dispatch office. no2-49
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED DRAUGHTS
MAN as assistant on building and machin
ery plans: give age, amount of experience, refer
ence and present occupation. Address W. H.,
-TTTANTED-AGENTS TO COME AND LOOK'
V V over our new line of albums for the holiday
trade: there Is a big hit here for a iot or live
agents. Apply to P. J. FLEMING CO., 77 Dla
mond.st., Pittsburg, Pa. oc27-49
WANTED-KElilABLE LOCAL AND TRAV
ELING salesmen: positions permanent;
special inducements now: fsst-selllng specialties;
don't delay; salaryfrom start.
Nurserymen, Rochester, N. J.
WANTED-MALE HELP-JO) SALARY, UQ
expenses in advance allowed each month.
Steady employment at home or traveling. No
soliciting. Duties delivering and making collec
tions. No posul cards. Address with stamp,
HAFEH & CO., Plqna, Ohio., oc8-6S-TTBSU
WANTED - GENTLEMEN AT SMART'S
Practical Business and Shorthand College,
4 Sixth St.; greater Inducements at lower terms
than any other college: private lessons for both
sexes dav and evening: the best Instruction guar
anteed without text books. oc31-ttssu
-TTTANTED-AGENTS TOSELL TEA BAKING
YY powder and pure spices; gifts with goods;
coke workers, miners or mlllmcn canmakemoney
In their sparetlme: special Inducements toper
sons having established trade. YAMASH1RO
TEA CO., 83 Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa.
WANTED-LABORERS WANTED IN NEW
Orleans-200 able-bodied men to ship as
crew; wares S50 per month and board; to reliable
men eteadr employment will be given. Apply to
M. N. WOOD.- Coast and Latausche Line, No. 2
Canal St., New Orleans, La. OC16-42
YTJANTED-SALESMEN AT 375 PEE MONTH
Y salarvand expenses, to sell a line of silver
plated ware, watches, etc.; by sample only; horse
and teamfnmlshed free; write at once for. mil
Particulars and sample case of goods free. BTAN
ARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass.
WANTED-AGENTS TO SELL OUR NEW
books: Bunyan's Pilgrim Progress, the
Parnell Movement, the History of tho U. S.
by America's historian. Losslng; Hlstorv of the
Secret Service In the Civil War by the late Head
of the Secret Service Bureau; lots of new books;
holldsr books on sale: liberal terms. Apply P.
J. FLEMING A CO., 77 Diamond st,, Pittsburg,
WANTED -AGENTS TO SELL THE PINLESS
clothes line; the only line ever Invented that
holds the clothes without pins; a perfect success;
patent recently Issued; sold only by agents, to
whom the exclusive right Is given: onrecelptof
50 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 Herman st.,
Worcester, Mass. oc23-44-ws
AKTED-GIEL FOB GENERAL HOUSE
WORK; small family. NO. 14 senega.
ST., brick row, city.
-TTT-ANTED-COOK-MUST BE A GOOD PLAIN
VV cook. Inquire CORNER CRAIG AND
CENTER AVE., Bellefleld, E. B. no2-4S
WANTED-AN AMERICAN LADrOFGOOD
education and neat appearance, somewhat
familiar with art: salary at start, S3- Call after
10, 65 Ninth St. E. V. WALKER ss CO. Uo2-6
WANTED-LADY AGENTS FOR OUR NEW
Mcintosh Raglln; superior cloth. In wide
strlbes on outside: vulcanized rubber on Insider
close fitting; very stylish; never spots: beautirul
as the finest cloth garment ever made and Is abso
lutely waterproof: agents sell six a day and make
S3 00: great opportunity; also fine line other
goods. Address E. H. CAMPBEL1 434 Randolph
St., Chicago. noZ-C9-TTSu
.Hale and Female Help.
TTrttKTED-FBENCH NURSE TO TAKE
TV charge of two children, cooks, dining .room
Kirk, chambermaids, nurses, 100 l.onseglrls, Ger-
sim and.eolered girls, farm hands, drivers, man
J : - - -
Male apdlfeffiue Belo.
-ttt-ante'd-lady AGENTS-ALSO mkn
VV Twq Immense nCTriDeclaltlei: ono ladymade
tv berore dinner, another (IS first hour. Address
LITTLE ft CO., BOZ443, Chicago, III.
WANTED-A BUTLER. YARD MAN, MAN
and wlfefor farm houso; cook and chamoer
mald for small famllysJOO house girls; dishwasher
and pantry girl: so cooks; 20 chambermaids;
child's nurse. MEEHAN'S, US Grant St.
WANTED -POSITION- A3 BOOKKEEPER;
best city references. Address BOOK
KEEPER, Dispatch office. PQ2-95
-TTTANTED-DRUGGtS-l'S' RELIEF CLERK
VV open for engagement; city experience;
registered. Address RELIEF CLERK, Dispatch
office. . noi-85
WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN 21 YEARS OF
age. Is a graduate of a commercial school,
a situation as assistant bookkeeper, bill or ship
ping clerk: can furnish references. Address
WILL, Dispatch office. nol-ti
WANTED -PARTNER-SMALL CAPITAL:
Urge profits. Address D. M. C, Dispatch
WANTED-BY MAN OF 38, INTEREST IN
manufacturing or office business to look
after, either outside or office work: references
given and required. Address RIGHT, Dispatch
WANTED PARTNER A YOUNG MAN
with SS00 to engage in a legitimate business
that will net Sl.-coo- to him per annnm;no
speculators need -apply. Address S. W.. Dis
patch office. noa-M
T . in sums to sail &i v&.
S and per cent.
ALLES tfAUUCr, 1M -1'onrtn are.
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, orer f4.O0O; t ner cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER & CO., 2 Fourth avenue.
phone No. 975.
in'large an dr small amounts at 4H. 5ands
per cent, free of Statfctax: no delay. REED B.
COYLE & CO., 131 Fourth ave. myn-a)
WANTEO-MORTaAGES-WE CAN LOAN
In sums of foOO'to 130,100 on Pittsburg. Alle
gheny orsaburban improved real estate at lowest
rates. ALEXANDER X LEE, 313 Wood St.
TfT ANT ED MORTGAGES IN LABGE OR
YV small amountson Improved city or Allegheny
county property. McCUNE & COULTER. Real
Estate Agents and Auctioneers, 98 Fourth are.
WANTED-TO LOAN t350,000 ON MOBX-.
GAGES In amounts to suit. In city. or conn
try, at AH to 6 per cent, as to security: no delay.
SAMUEL W. liLACK CO., 83 Fourth ave.
TTTANTED-TO LOAM SSOCOX. IN AMOUNTS
V V of S3, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, bn 4 per cent, free otui: also smaller
am ounta at S and 6 per cent. BLACK & B AIRD.
S5 Fourth avenue.. se21-d2S-D
"ITANTED-M0BTGAGE8-fL 000, C00TO LOAN
V on city and suburban properties at H, Sand
Bpcr cent, anuon juries in Aiiegneny ana "J":
cent counties at S-per- cent.
au xrxiivjx a
qua, iua fourtn avenue.
TTTANTED-TO LOAN 00,000 ON MORT
W GAGES; tUO and upward at 6 per cent;
two, 000 at 4K per cent' on residences or business
property; also- in adjoining counties. S. H,
FREN CH, 123 Fourth aVeaue. oc2l-4-D
-TTT ANTEDTHE PUBLIC TO KNOW THAT-
VY the most complete stock of trnsses, elastic
stockings, electric batteries, etc.. canhehad at.
h ARTIFICIAL LIMB CO., BG9 Penn ave., FlttJ-
nurg, ra , noj-i
ANTED-LA1UES' SOLID GOLD FILLED
case Elgin watches, SIS CO: genu' sires,
SIS SO: same as are sold by watch clnbs at f3Ss
written guarantee given: mall orders promptly
attended to. B. E. AEONS, Jeweler, 63 Fifth
YTTANTED-BY PEARSON. LEADING PHO
W TOGRAPHIE, 98 Fifth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at 1 CO per
dozen: photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous process. mhlS-O
FOR SALE-IMFBOVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-f 1.330 BUYS S-ROOM HOUSE IN
good neighborhood on Mt. Washington: K00
cash, bal. Ilf perm on. RALTENSPEBGElTft
WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth ave. no2-52
FOR SALE-B.7O0-A S PER CENT NET (IN
VESTMENT, brtck house, 8 rooms, on Marlon
st., Sixth ward, one-hairsquare from Fifth ave.
W. A. HEREON & SONS, SO Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE -ONLY fS 000 -TERMS VERY
easv: for"'a,-!ar)R!:,,onraddldus house: 10
rooms; cor.-lot, ,14Cx127rR.i well located on Mt.'
Washington. SceW.A. HERRON .A SONS. SO
Fourth avenue. ' oc23-33.vrs
FIR SALE-NINE PER CENT NET INVEST
MENT for (5,000; on Fifth ave., short distance
from Court Bouse; 3 houses, almost new, rented
to good tenants: large lot fronting two streets;
certain of enhancement in value. 'SAMUEL W.
BLACK &. CO., 99 Fourth ave. no2-98
East End Residences.
FOR SALE-AT CUOO-HOUSE AND LOT,
East End, near Larimer avenne, 6 rooms and
large, lot; this Is a rare bargain; title perfect.
JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue,
FOR SALE-NEW DWELLING HOUSE OF 6
rooms, attic, bath, w. c, range, slate man
tels, front and back porch: lot 30x100: Cypress
street, ShadTsldc; easy terms; Immediate pos
session. GEORGE SCHMIDT, 157 Fourth ave.
T7I0R 8ALE-1N THE EAST END,
JL' ENT to steam and cable cars.
dwelling ot 6 rooms, bath, laundry. Inside shut
ters, gas. etc: corner lot. 48x109 ft., to an alley;
price, 33, 900. ALEXANDER & LEE, 313 Wood st.
FOK SALE-A PRIME NEW RESIDENCE,
East End. near cable cars and railroad station;
S rooms, with bath, lavatory,. natural gas. hall,
attic, cellar, porches, etc.: a beautirul property;
price only 85,500.. JAB..W. DRAPE & CO.. 129
Fourth avenne, Pittsburg. no2-68-D
FOR SALE-IN THE EAST END,' NEAR
Penn and Flfth.aves., an excellent dwelling
of Brooms, finished attfc bath, laundry, pantry,
both gases, etc 'etc: lot 09x100 ft., to an alley,
with stable, carriage house, etc. ALEXANDER
& LEE, 313 Wood st. no2-49
FOR SALE-AN EAST END DWELLING
house, with large lot; eight nice rooms, reception-hall,
natural gas, bath, laundry, porch
front and rear: almost new and In excellent con
dition throughout: owner Intends going South
and is prepared to sell at only 7,500: possession
within thirty days. JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO.. 129
Fourth ave., Pittsburg. nol-70-P
FR SALE-A FINE NEW BRICK RESI
DENCE and large lotatShadyside, East End,
near cable cars and railroad station; 10 large
rooms: bath and lavatory, laundry, natural gas
and all other conveniences; everything in prime
order: beautllul large lot 40 or 85x170 feet: Imme
diate possession:, terms to snh. JAS, W, DRAPE
& CO., 129 Fourth ave., rittsuurg. nol-70-p
FOR SALE-EAST END RESIDENCE AND
grounds: an excellent brick residence. 10
large and luxurious rooms, all In line order and
renlcte throughout with all of the newcat annll-
ances: about 2 acres of ground, copious supply of
pure water, snaae. ana iruu trees, etc., erc. ; price
low; Immediate possession. JAS. W. DRAPE &
CO., 129 Fonrth avenue, Pittsburg. no2- 83-D
FOR SALE-OAKLAND AVE., FINEST SPOT
on the street, lot 33X12(1, fine two-story brick
and mansard of 7 large rooms, hall, vestibule,
front and rear stairs,. Slate mantels throughout,
tile hearths, inside shutters, bay windows, bath
and w.c, chandeliers,- cement cellar, line range,
stationary wash tubs, front and rear porches, ce
ment walks; a complete house In all respects:
S3, COO: no less. ALLES A BAILEY, 184 Fourth
ave. Tel. 167. OC23-61-WS
FOR SALE-OAKLAND AVE., FINEST SPOT
on the street, lot 33x12a fine two-story and
mansard brick dwelling of 7 large rooms, hall,
vestibule, front and. rear stairs, slate mantels
throughout, tile hearths. Inside shutters, bay
window, bath, inside w, c, chandeliers; ce
mented cellar, fine range, stationary washsunds,
front and rear porches, cement walks, excellent
sewerage: 3,000. ALLES A BAILEY, 161 Fourth
ave. Telephone 167. no2-32
FOR SALE-SEVERAL KIlldi-CLASS RESI
DENCES and ground in the East End In
central localities on and around line or cable cars,
near Shadysldo station: we have a number of fine
firopertles on our list for sale to which we would
nvite the attention of anyone desiring to secure
position in the Shadysldo district; wo will tike
pleasure In showing any of theplaces and giving
full particulars confidentially at any lime: we
have a system of conducting our business by
which buyers are not known until deals are con
summated, and at no time are names published.
JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 123 Fourth avenne,
-niOR'SALE-CHEAB-ONLx 7,50O FOR TWO
V acres of well-laying gronndY with good frame
house of 8 rooms; the ground will subdivide to a
profitable advantage: near Second avenue. Hazel-,
wood. See W. A. HERRON A SONS, 80 Fonrth
TpOR SALE-CHOICE UTILE &-R005I HOUSE
I within lOmlnutes' of Allegheny p. o.: only
UALXENSPERUJK A WILLIAMS. IM
TTIOR SALE -PARK PRPPERTY'-NO. 180
JD North ave., Allegheny; stone front and
foreh, 10 .rooms, bathroom, laundry, etc.: fin
shed in the latest style, with all modern conven
iences. Inquire at 17f SANDUSKYsT., Allegheny'
FOR SALE-ON LINCOLN. AVE., ALLE
GHENY, fine orlct dwelling; 5 rooms first
floor; 4 rooms and 2 bathrooms on second floor, and
:ronms In mansard: laundry and heater In cellar:
lot 25X120 ft.; price f 17, 000. A. V. WILSON, 65
Federal St.. Allegheny,- ocJO-9-wrs
-TTIOK SALE-HOUSE AND THREE LOIS
JD Aiiegneny, on line of street cars; lots 60x139
feet to a paved alley; Ane pUc? to' build five or six
aaa-ition&i nouses; seo prese .nonse uas ut
rooms, bath, "natural sh 'asm other eeraeon-
venienees, aaa Ml in.-gooa-'orswr.rjAS.
DRAPE A CO.. i F6SKS& av..sHsins. -j . .
FOR SALE IMPKOVEB REAL ESTATE.
1?OR BALE-IN ALLEGHENY. NEAR THE
A' parks, new modern brick house orsrooms;
all latest improvements; lot 25x129 ft, ; price only
S3.U0. ALEXANDER LEE, 313 Wood St.
FOR 8ALE-COMPAEAT1VELY NEW srx
UOOMED dwelling, with airmodern conve
niences and in thorough repair, situate on Gar
field avenne. Allegheny r price SS.3C0 cash. Ad
dress PROPERTY, Dispatch office. QC31-77-ThS
FOR 8ALE-0N. LOCUST STREET, ALLB
GHENY. line 3-story brick dwelling, with
all modern Improvements: good brick stable; lot
48x130 feet: price S14.000. A. D. WILSON. M
Federal street, Allegheny. oc30-S-Ths
FOR 8ALE-ON LINCOLN AVENUE. ALLE
GHENY, line- brick dwelling: 13 rooms; 2
stories and mansard; large lot; good stable; ex
cellent location: price 320,000. A. D. WILSON,
S3 Federal street. Allegheny. oc30-s-ThS
T7I0RSALE-N0. 293. 9-ROOtt BRICK HOUSkT
V cor. Robinson and Goodrich sU., Allegheny;
No. 295 Robinson St., S-room brick house, wltu 4
room frame house in rear: a good Investment.
MCCUNE& COULTER, Agents, 93 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-10-ROOM HOUSE. WITH 6 ACRES
ground, near Hawkins station, P. R. R.
McCUNE 4 COULTER, Agents, 98 Fourth ave.
170R S AiE-AT EDOEWOOD. FRAME HOUSE,
JD "8 rooms, with IX 'acres rronnd, 5 minutes
from station; a bargain; 37,800. W. E. HAM
NElT,404Smlthfleld street, Pittsburg, and WU
klnsburg. Pa. no2-30
FOR SALE FOR 2,600 EASY TERM8-A
good house of S rooms, lot 54x175 ft., on Mon
roe St.: well located: quick sale Is desired on ac
count of removal of owner, on Monroe street,
Bellevue. P., Ft. W. & C. It. R. W. A. HER
RON SONS, 80 Fourth arenue. oc30-21-vrs
FOR BALE-A GOOD HOUSE AND LARGE
lot, monthly payments, 2 minutes' walk
from Ingram station: house, Is sew, has 7 rooms,
hall, natural gasi pure water, etc, and nnc largo
lot; monthly payments: possesslonat once. JAS.
W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
IOR SALE A NICE RESIDENCE AND
a.' larae lot m Sewickley, near raiiroaa station.
S rooms, hall, cellar, porches, natural gas, hath,
etc., large lot. open side en trance stable and car
riage house, etc.;, price only 3A500; a great bar
gain. JAS. W. DRAPE i. CO., 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. no2-72-MWS
FOR SALE '8EWICKLEY EXCELLENT
brick residence on Broad st. (80 ft. wide),
containing 1C rooms, laundry, bath, both gases,
hot and cold water. Inside shutters, etc; large
lot 47x3)3 it. lawn and fruit trees: as this honsels
nearP, O. and stores, and only 1 block from
station. In an elpgant neighborhood. It makes a
most desirable home fora city business man: loir
price and terms to suit. A. W. ADAIR. Room
708. Penn building-. Penn ave. no2-25
f OS SALE-LOTS.
i CItr Lot.
FOR SALEi-PROPERTY TO-DAY IS LOWER
In the Hlll'dUtrlcts than el-ewbcrc within
the city limits: this section of the city Is desirable
as a place of residence, because its elevation
places It above smoke and confusion, and In an
atmosphere of health: it is convenient, as the new
Central cable and Center avenue electric cars will
carry residents to and from tnelr homes right to
the heart of the city In from 5 to 10 minutes; these
cars will be running before Christmas, and a boom
In valuation will follow: our lists of properties In
this district covers every ward and street, and In
cludes building lots, acre tracts, residence, busi
ness properties; we have bargains for early buy
ers; call on us. CHARLES SOMERS & CO., 313
Wood st. "no2-8
East End Lota.
FORSALE-tSOO FOR HEBRON HILL LOTS,
Madison are., Just at terminus of Wylle are.
cable line. JU1W feet. BLACK $ BAIRU, 95
Fourth ave. no2-65
FOB SALE-IN BAUM'S GROVE, ON AMBER
avenue, lot 40x135; 3 minutes from Roup sU.;
will be sold cheap and on easy terms. W. E.
HAMNETT, 404 8ml thfleld street. Pittsburg, and
WUKlnshurg, PaT oc30-92
FOR 8ALE-1F: YOU WANT A SAFE INVEST
MENT in property.snd one thatwUl Increase
rapidly lrrvalue. boy one or those very desirable
lots In Villa Park plan. Brnshton; our prices are
low and terms exceptionally easy. JNO. F. BAX
TER, Agent, 512 Smlthlleld St. OC27.70-TTSSU
FOR SALE-SECURE ONE OF THOSE VERY
desirable lots for a home or Investment;
Baum Grove plan. Roup station ; the Baum Grove
plan Is themost central location In the East End,
and prices below actual value. MELLON BROS.,
East End, or JNO.F. BAXTER, Agent, 312Smlth
field St. OC27-7I-V68U
FOR 3ALE-BAUM GROVE LOTS FOB SALE,
East End; finest lot in that plan, corner Am
ber and Friendship. 40x110; alsolots No.S0and 31,
adjoining each other, on Amber st. ; come quick;
also stock drygoods to exchange for real estate.
N. F. HURST, Real Estate Agt, Rochester. Pa.
Send for farm and ex. lists. oc3I-14-EOD
TTOR SALE FINE BUILDING LOTS ON
i? Fayette st.. -near Bid-well t.; the outbuild
ing lots now-offered for sale: come and see' about
them. A.D. WILSON, 65 Federal St., Allegheny.
-CHIR SALE-A-. FINE LOT 37X177 FEET OK
jj I'errysviue avenue, Aiiegneny, on iine.ox
dectrlc cars, one of the prettiest lots on the ave
nue. Terms from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. ' no2-6s-Q
FdR SALE-ATWILKINSBUKG. LOT 100X110;
4 minutes from sta.: a good investment. W.
E. HAMNETT, 4M Smlthfleld street, Pittsburg,
and-WIlklnsburg, Pa. oo30-92
Wllklnsburg, Edgewooa, SwisSvalc -Braddock
and. Brlnton, P. R.R, MCCUNE & COULTER,
Agents, 93 Fonrth ave. no2-S3
FOB SALE-BEAUTIFUL LARGE LOTS,
right at two stations: plenty of trains; elec
tric and other roads chartered to run near; 3 miles
from city postofflce; prices S9P to U0: 50c to ft per
week; no lots sold; -come to office forfreerldeto
the grounds. MAGAW & GOFF. LIM., 145
Fourth ave. no2-7-Ti8Su
POK SALE-BUILDING LOTS CHEAP-THK
best in the market for the money: special In
ducements to purchasers desiring to build: terms
easy: location very desirable; only 7 miles from
jeucrcu st.; as Aspinwaii siauon, aajoining
Sharosburg. West Penn R. R.
or plans see v .
A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
FOR BALE-FARM 412 ACRES: OAK AND
chestnnttlmber, with coal. Iron ore and lime
stone, near Falrchance, 8. W. R. R. ED WIT
T1SH, 410 Grant St.. Pittsburg, Pa. nol-D
FOR SALE-A DESIRABLE FARM OF 50
acres, near the city,-dwelling and outbuild
ings, orchard, water; etc.: in the oil and gas belt,
JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.. 129 Fourth avenne. Pitts
OR BALE-A VERY FINE PLACE OF 38
acres. 14 miles from Pittsburg and oulr 15
minutes' walk from the B. B. station: large num
ber of line apple, peach, cherry and quince trees;
also an abundance of small fruits: frame bonte of
4 rooms, good stable, etc. C. BEKINGER A BON,
103 Fourth ave. oc30-15-WThs
FOR SALE-A VERT FINE TARM OF 68
acres, In a high state of cultivation, good
fences, well watered, land rich and productive,
with a farm bouse' of 4 rooms and an excellent
bank barn, only 3 miles from R. R. station and 8
miles from Butler; price low. C. BEKINGER A
SON., lOSKourth are. oc30-i5-wrbs'
FOR SALE-200 .ACRES, 8-ROOU HOUSE,. 2
barns, large orchard, Imltefrom station, for
X) per acre: sell easy payments or take other
property In exchange; also 35 acres, nice home,
5 rsoms, barn, orchard, well, etc. : 2 miles from
Beaverr'sell easy payments or exchange;' send for
farm and ex. list. N. F, HURST, Lock Box 49,
Rochester. Pa, oc31-I5-tts
T70R SALE-SALOON AND FIXTURES, NO.
C 231 Diamond alley: good, reasons for selling.
A. ZANGE, East Liverpool. O. ocll-78
17I0R SALE-DBUG STORE-ONE
A' best stands In the city at a
sacrifice If sold
Address KINO, Dispatch office. nol-58
FOR SALE-A GOOD PAYING GENERAL
store at a bargain f storeroom and dwelling.
For particulars address' 8. P.
TTOR SALE-A GOOD PAYING BUSINESS:
E will show gdod reasons' for selling; price
1 1,500. Apply to FRED GREINER, cor. Fonrth
ave. and Try st.
JD prosperous manufacturing business, having
a splendid line of specialties; perfect monopolies;
only principals and those prepared to lnvestfrom
S 15,00u to 5(1, OCO need apply; particulars eonfl
entlally from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. noWB-D
FOR SALli-AT A 8ACK1FICE-A FIRST
CLASS drygoods business; stock fresh and
clean: location one of the ery best,. In a largo
manufacturing district; stock will involve about
!i0CO; can be reduced to 35,000; good and sufficient
reasons for selling. Those meaning business can
get f nil particulars by addressing P. O. BOX SO,
McKeesport, Pa. n02-i3-TTS
FOR SALE-NEW FIRST-CLASS STEAM
laundry: fine family- grocery store with
splendid location and business, will invoice about-'
8,000; smaller grocery stores, atooto S5.090; milk
route: clrarand eonfcctlonerv stores 3225 to 3850:
drygoods and notlonlstdres; feed store: 2 printing J
omces: arng stores; suoo stores; oaKenes ana iw
other business chances: free particulars. SHEP
ARD CO. , 54 Fifth ave. oc25
XT'OR BALE-A LARGE BUSINESS PROPERTY
J? ' on Water street,- running through to First
avenue:' splendid chance for Investment. JAS.
W. DRAPE H CO., 123 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-FIFTH AVE. BUSINESS.PROP
ERTY. only JOBS per foot front, near the
Court House, aiot 123x112. ft. to' another street:'
especially adapted for stores,, warehouse,- light
manufacturing or any other " purpose ZMUlrlng
large space and down-town location: saTIsiactory
terms van be made. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO.,
89 Fourth aye. no:-7-TTS
T?OR SALE-THE MISSION CHURCH PROP
E ERTY, wlta three.lots about SO feet front, on
Lombard street, Allegheny; near head of Federal
street, and adjoining the -spacious residette ar
grounds of Colonel Andrews; te he soM at pbUc
sale, bv order ef (e tCBttew. oa Flidsw aflso
leras, etefrosajAS-.W. DCAfIc f$!?jJm
OR 8ALE-:SITHF1ELD ST., NEAR TSB
l- UBH uustumcc, DUHHCB DlOWIWl 4CHS&U v
ooa KBiiiu, o pax o per cent, &boiuiit ikw
esldocerula In create la TIae SAMUEL W.
BLACK. A CO.. OaFpnrtb are. hoC-?7-tts
IOK. SALE - SIXTH .STREET BUSINESS
exnensea tA nnrphitiffr' Yulnpt ftr ftteaiMrv srr
lngon this street. SAM'LWi H-LACK.4CO.. 9
Fourth ave, . BQ5t-97-TT8
FOR SAIjEJ-FINE LOT-SUITABLE FOR
manufaeturlng establlsknent; situate on.
Second avenue, above Rosa at.; If sold soon can be
had at a bargain and onv easy payments. Seew.
A. HEHKON SONS. 80 Fourth are. no2-89-W8
Hones. Tehleles. Live Stock. fcc'
FOR8ALE-2 BlX-rASSENGER CARRIAGES,
good as new; used only a short time. Inquire
of F. S. LIGGETT, IS Sandusky tt., 'Allegheny.
TTIOR SALE-A GOODNO. 1 SOUND DRIVING
J horse: a good roadster, quiet and rentle. In -quire
at 123 SANDUSKY ST., or SI FEDERAL
ST.. Allegheny. " oc31-18-ThS
MacHnerr was Metmlsw .
FOR SAJE-ENG1NES.AND BOILEB8-NJ5W
and refitted; repalrlngpromntlv attended to.
below Suspension, bridge, Allegheny. Pa. auie-39
I7OR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
? boilers: all sizes and styles In stock, from 4 to
loo h. n. :all refttted:sood as new. at lowest Dzlces:
portable engines. S to 25 h. p. ; bolters an slajes ,
ana styles. ) ,n. l u un u, is rara way, Auegneny,
FOR SALE -NOW ONE SECOND-HAND
tenonlngmachlne, 2 surface planers andt
shaper, and new and second-hand engines, boilers,
lard kettles, tar tanks, stflmen valves castings,
etc VELTE A MCDONALD, Thirty-second st.
and Penn are; 'V21-91-TTS
FOR SALE-ON-SPECIALLY EASY TERMS,
a completely' equipped malleable and- gray
Iron foundry. In fnllrunning order; property Is
225x160 feet; brick building, with machine shop,
patterns, otc.and IS situated within tnree blocks
or the switch track In the heart of St. Louis. For
full particulars apply to JOHN ORETHEK, No,
304 N, Eighth St., St. Louis, Mo. ocaMB-TTS
IOR SALE-MACHINERY, TOOLS AND.
tnrk im thi- nremlsea. No. 46 water
street, will be sold at auction. November 12.
1881. atlOA M.. an excellent lot or lathes Aom IS
to 28 Inches, swing from 8 to 16-foot bed: bras
lathes, drill -presses, planer, wood-working ma
chinery, 8-lncb Saunders tapping, machine, pipe
machine; lot machine and gas-fitting tools, ream
ers, taps, etc : malleable and east Iron fittings;
gate and globe valve suitable for steam and
natural gasr .bending table and rurnace; flasks
and patterns of valves, flanges and flttluas: also
large gray mare, harness and wagon. REE3,
SHOOK & CO., 46- water street, jt-iiuourg. is.
PERSONAL-HAVE YOU SEEN LEVI'S
Bookstore? Do you know we havencw books
as well aS old? Do you know we bare the largest
stock of old books west of the Allegheny Moun
tains? LEVI'S BOOKSTORE. 990 Liberty St.
PERSONAL "CUT HATES" ON WATCHES:
richly engraved, solid gold, filled case. Elgin,
watch es for ladles, 315 50; gent's slse, 18 50: sam e
as 'old by watch clubs for S98: written guarantee
riven; mall orders promptly attended, to. B. E,
ARUNS, Jeweler, MFirth arc. OC27-134
PERSONAL WHAT ARE "VOLTAIC
Diamonds?' rosea- IS miles south of Hot
Springs. Ark;, at the foot of the Ouachita range
of mou tains, in. Silver City basin: they are a natu
ral stone, not paste; or glass. , and are warranted
for brilliancy. B. E. AEONS, Jeweler. Bole
Agent for.u..8., errata aye. OC27-134
PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURNED; recently they had not been os-the
best of terms owing to a little family lar occa
sioned by tho wife insisting on being allowed .to
renovate his wearing apparel, and which, ot
course, was done In. a.bungllng maimer; Is order
to prevent the trouble they agreed to send all
their work hereafter to DICKSON:' the Tailor. SB
Fifth aye., corner. Wood St., second floor, and,-
now every tning u loveiy anapeace ana nappiues
again reigns la their household. Telephone 156.
TO LET-BUTLER ST., NEAR FIFTY-SEVENTH,
4 very nice new 2-story brisk houses
of rooms each. L M. PENNOCK A SON. 106
Fourth are. - nos-w-na
East 'Bad, Residences.
mo let-hose' of m rooms, stable
JL and ontbulldlnxs: large grounds; on Negler
avenue, near Penn avenue cable cars. 'Inquire of
HENRY .ROBERTS, at Oliver A Roberts Wire Co.,
Southsfde, ' sei9-M
TO J,ET-JUST FINISHED NEW BRICK
house, late, style, 8 rooms, late, improTe
menta, on paved-street, near cable cats, at Belle
field (near Oakland). .W.'A. HERRONkSONS;
(TIO LETA-BKICK KK8IDSC TsVSfsw
j JL groostha-EMtEsaioraiiBostnetftiBf::
to a good nariv:wixn a 'Ban nmuv who wom
take proper cue, of the house the rent would be'
no ODiecs . immeaiaie possessjoni rfjta. vr
DRAPE CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
B02-43 l . i
' AHeJEbeW ReaMeac'es.
TO LET-Olt RIOGEWOOD AVE., ALLE
GHEN Y,. modern dwelling of S rooms, at 122
per months -no .water rent. ALEXANDER Si
LEE, 111 Wood st, . no2-50-D
mo LET-.A:YEllYJJIIIEHOnSKOF a ROOMS
JL and storeroom, with large lot and stable,', oil
tneirerrysriiiQsriKna rosa, auuu s isirc uctuiiu
Electric R. lUtrent only I9 per months C. BEkV"
1NGEK& SON., ;u3 Fourth aye, oc30-15-WTbS
TO LET ELEGAKX RKS1DENCEIN ALLE-,
UHENY, No. J FrankUn street; contains
elghtrta'om. -good"" hall, bathroonu w-c, both
gases and 'all" modern' Improvements,' with alee
grounds. -GEO..H BOTH WELL, IS.o..le4 Frank-,
fin street, Allerlleny,; . oe84.
TO LET-AN- ELEGANT.LAHGE -BRICK
" dwelling, house, furnished, with "large
grounds, at Emsworth, P., Ft.- ff.-.C.K.W.;
rent very low to a good tenant. C.BERINGES
SON, 103 Fourth are. oc-15-wtb:4 '
rpo LET A FIRST-CLASS FURNISHED
JL front parlor, lor one or two gentlemen: rent
reasonable to-right party- 46 THIRD AVE. noe-2
OiBcea. Dsk Room. &c
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING, 75, 77and 79 Diamond street two of the.
roomiest and best-lighted oSIces to be found-In the
city; rent, 2e0andSSeijper,aunom.IncludlBg elec
tric llglits, janitor service ana steam nesting.
Apply between 10 A. X. and It, v,
2 and 4 P.M. , -
STBAYEDM3AME TO THE BKSIDENCEjOF'
the undersigned, 'near Ingram sutlon, .Char
tiers township, on October 27, a large white "cow;
owner can bave,tBe .same by provlB; propesfr
and paylnr charges, or she will be sold according
to law. MRS. WM?PETB1E. . aoMg
TTOST-OR STOLEN-A BROWN OOCKBEL
JJ tpanlel on last Tuesday week; has collar and
register uroni A suitable reward for retarnisi;
him to 42 SHERMAN AVE., Allegheny City.
no2-45 " r
display of voltaic diamonds at 86Flfthave...
I lost my senses at the beauty, brllHaaerandlew
prices; eardrops, ft 50 asd up: rings, .1858 aad ns
studs, Kandnp; stickpins,. ISKand up: allsotH..
gold.' B. E. ARONS, Jeweler, Hol:Agt fer
U, D w---"
FOUNH-A 'P0CKETBOOK-OWNEK CAN
get same by calling at SEVENTH AVE..
HOTEL OFFICE anddescrlbinylt, no2-4l
1TIOUND-HANDSOME. SOLU) GOLD FILLED
11 ,. vrin watches for ladies. 345 SB:, reals'
site, 313 50;same as Sild by watch clubs' for fSS;,
written guarantee glreu; man oroers jwejapiiy
attended to, J?. V. AKONS. Jeweler. 65 rug-
STOtEN-BEWARH OFJK0 WILL BE PAID
to any person sjtving iBforsaae. tkat, will,
lead to the dlsiovery.of the person er jsersoj who
stole and carried off my front gate. WM. HALL,
Emsworth P. (.,. Allegheny cq.Pa, Nevesaser
1. 1SS9. nn2-28
VTOTiCB IS HEBEBT GIVEN,TiTAT THE
1 reports of. Viewew oa the otsenraf: f la
wood street.romt Frahkstewn aventta to a 49
foot street; MurtHml street, from Penn aveaHe
to Chancer street;' Dallas avenue, from Pe
avenue to Jranlutowa. avenae: JoeBs lane,
from Grandvlewavenu to Oreaha trt, aad
the Court bf CoanBO' Pleas wH&ia ten (W)
days front date. ; , jei.Jt. eiuaLuw,
Chief of Dipartsawnt of PuHteHTork;
VTOTICE IS HMtEBY GIVEN THAT THK.
JM Burean of Health of she city of Pitts
burg has this day established aad provided,
and Uo fiereby.deeiitnate the feet' of Seven
teenth (17) street," in the city of Fitts)iwrx,at
the Allegheny' river, and Clark's dampboat,
iraaiediately above the Berth end of the South
Tenth sweet Vridge,-in tfceityof Pittabarf.
on the Monongahela river; as tte plsvees where
are to be received .soddsposited ,tke oteWi
of all pdvfes as they snail from tine to time be,
cleaned and. earpttedand ail other offensive .
Soperlateadent of the Burean ot Health,.
Centintui oh "Tenth ?ag.
NEW ELEETRIC READ;;
Beiaf MBsraeid'i OisA raac by
and will carry paaseng,ers dfeeetfy frees. ' ,
the siBare,,to the dtrvia,'Piurg ,j
Traction road for 5 CENTS. We offer
for sale ia tfck squire far' to,te6 to fr,Ss
(which includes t all tssprovemeata, .
street or otherwisJ,.eIeent new two
story asd mansard S and 9 rswm brick
dwelling, with halls, bath, laundry,
stationary tubs; cenieated" cellar, Tasge,
fine chandeliers. both:ga, haudsome
state mantels, with tile hearths, also "
tile vestibule, bay windows, French
plate class, efeetr'ic Ilghtia; apjaratas,
frost and "rear, perches, etc.;. Usnfe. lot
,(giviBgfjeBt,si4e asd rear yard), fae
ing asphalt paved and sewered street
130 feet in. width wRh parkta ceaterj ,
tnaiSeeat -riew,' perfect drainage,. ' B
high aad healty lsoswioB. Tbese dwell- li'
ingsare,BiB4r.hallt by-day work. Ji .
TERM8-stALI.CAPHPA.Y3ENT in .
DOWK, BALANCE g P'JER YEA&
See and be cosvisceC '"""',
SAM'L W: BLACK & GCfei
W FOURTH: AVEN HE.
; :M'P: n
' "ISMSS1ISIIB- . - W --.
Importaut to the p'ufellc -The stock as!
a large ilrjgouJe teyertias hoaMJ -
r v. - '
orWlJSJ.Mu worth of farslfa
aud domestic uir
DR.YGOODS, -H--;. '
CARPETS, RUGS, ',, .
--.' i'. .-- - .
DRQqGtfTS;' Etc, 1
J. H. BORLAND'S .fe
LARGE AND SPACIOUS
t-Jsfc J'itt' V k'
Nos. 723 di72S.Libertr streeiy
' at the head ot Wood street, opposite
M ArbacBe WocGWswciB
MONDAY. October28, 1889$
Sales wiH cemence dally atlOAJJt. - -;.
. -- .- - .-a--;
3 7; x. aaa 730 r. aaa osssoh -.- -j a-
- iroaaay iorufliii toe huh wsa:a
is disposed' of, and In quantities to suit
Tbk'ia wittesceseeetJast. the Iswisat sttk rfj?i-',,i
w. ..r. '-. 7 j. sm .-jfl
in Pittsfcurg, and is weU'worthr Mw Wmo -':
of te paWie gessara-lly. The eatife swsek
mast be kM rfaraleiOi cast or pried 1st '
order to make a proBapt settlt with tW ,
creditors, - " ;,
' -. ' . ," "&
111 ....1 ,XA t.fm a.1n&lAlAlMnA-'vfS
AU. buwss Bum n m yJTO ?f :
aateea aaa warraatea as. repreesawsv -. --i-,i
r -" .- --," J.
Special aeeesBmodatiofis'previded fer.lasHesy
HOTEL atPUBLIC sME
THE McCLXLLAN HOTJSS,
This Ioag S3UbMslid-ad wwU-kaovnt a sassy
,,. .a :v.
Also the Opera. Hoaste anHdiaa; wHa stars ,':
roosas, oSces. ete. etfuadloiaiaic the hot at.' w
These properties wi b seW seaarately, or-te C
getaer, as way-sait pareaassrs. xar luisaan -s
iaformatlnn spalv to ., . "iS,"'-
-JAAtJKS HnaH. aesassaujg.iga rL
AdsalnistratorsW Joha JCMTCWsaa. deoeasssl.'. . -: -?
ocW-15-afWS' ' -" t.
BUSBffiSS PROPIRTY. ;
We win ejar-atpsblic aale m tfc rsJ,'
valuable baainesa prasrrttaataositfea set
east corner of Oslo, and Arch streata. Alls-
ghaHy, eonsntwie at-a hsraa las, tom iVatW
tog fwetatw aa pbla ottslft, assd sf.,
fsudwf; back aloac Are tfH a.sHsaaaes a-I m
ft., on whWiU ereetad alswfa 3srv brieit:
hotel coatajBine 30. roosas, ami 4 star raeas;
an excellent loestioa oa at tssasae bass-.
ness thersaabfarea- ef Mt ofty.sjsd raaMsr
growiacin iiswartaaca aad. Vila. Tnsts,oa
fsjBrth csa7WwO Jia? jasW.
boni.ilSNER 4 yAsSawiis-J,
813 Wood. stGKO., IX RIDDL. Atroraef,,,
llSDIaaaoadsfc"1 ' ' ' 3at -
as i sissssssassas si.ssassssssysisjpasaiassassass.aaa
a istJsJsyrXCTciuifa concirn nr.
UnlVAUU, hum. aa. tai iiuiia, mmj
their plant, with a laeaaieraaoat, sm aatasc a .
.... ..... isfsaf x- ilisMs 111 sir rna '1
bd tw '-J iairtramOm stfwJassf4t t(r. ' .V
rr'.rmir. :?jrs.: .--Z. lm.
Basaaasaj, wsa we JS sauu jb isauBi, jrns-j
to ee.haadte saeaaaad jWUsa. wist sarrissa.v
of a thotaahlysafakle .bnstnsas aaa. Oa.
exsarWtKed is wsjiafaatafiac kas .gsainfai; -ferred.
? O. LOCK BOX 1SU
i.'l -. ,1, -'
vsnessfH. an. -.
SIXTH AVEND llxTf WORXS,
M. MAY $m & '009
STEAJt-DYsSMB AISSJ W!JUUJvas .
Aad 3swrsi isve4i ,ff ii J
dies' and fed0wSaa'S9drfdad aanasattl
"--'- Ik Asasr r7aasaaa .
ot every, daw ipsJatTeafaiiillir aeeaaesd 3. a?M
M. WAX 3U1N3 tX o. .;
4.11-m M tUXTK" AVR. PltsabaHs. T. J
J .TZ - n .v LL JS
sV m t n m n
I ksflsaat Was XsjatdtsTC
Nowm bar 4, t 'tmt
WHU BtsTU tVMaSfasHBassasn aasas wssawj swsm sswas m Bfsssi si r-mry ..
fartMiMTnstaa7.talTc'fMti r1tl,: !
drsasad a(tvpnc s
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tvrnZ-Z-JZ: s-a 1 J','S
m imrni iy a-w, jnv
ii iisss san-Bsnsii isiiviswst
asm. ssv Jrasaat:
( f. iff 8-8f S
ivosioo jf uta avenues
r. ail.iss . .. JaMa .. tJ.itt;wws,3.. i t
. &l--B .n Tsw'iJ:Lis.f tft.2xrjMaisrtj!l.