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She Sabbath Set Apart to Enable the
World to Uest From Labor.
t& HAN SHOULD KOT WORK FOREVER.
T How Sunday Shonld be Observed in
ff Christian Families.
THE SOCIAL MEANIKG OF THE DAI.
H'uinn ron m dispatch.
The old law of the Sabbath, I was saying
last Sunday, that .old commandment cum
bered fourth among the ten, has passed away
in part. So far as concerns the selection of
the day on which men ought to rest, the old
day has gone ont with the old reasons which
made it sacred. The Saturday of the He
brews means no more to us than the Friday
of the Mohammedans.
But all that was essential and helpful
abont that ancient Sabbath, all of it which
Christ kept when He lived here, stayed.
The central meaning of the fourth com
mandment was in the word rest. If you
will think of it, vou will see that in the
commandment as it stands, rest is command
ed, and notbinc beyond that physical rest.
the stoppage of work, a day for tired people
to getsome leisure tnat is the whole meamnp
ot this fourth commandment. There is not
a mention here, it yon will notice, of re
ligion. "We arc apt to think that there is,
on account of the word "holy." Bnt that
word, as I said, simply means "separate."
Keep this day apart. Six days you work;
that is well; now take one day for rest.
The Sabbath, as a matter ot fact, was not
kept by the Jews a a day in which the chief
thought was religion. True, in later times,
they had preaching in the synagogues on
that day. But quite another thought was
uppermost in the Hebrew mind. The Sab
bath was the day of rest. Dr. Edersheim,
in his lire of Christ, has a long and curious
appendix upon the "Talmudic Sabbath
Law." It is a singular illustration of -the
nlil scs of folly into which it is possible lor
men to fall, The details which are
set down for conscientious observance,
one nardly knows how to believe
that sane men ever invented
them. "And yet," says Dr. Edersheim, "in
all these wearisome detailsthereisnot a
single trace of anything spiritual not a
won! even to suggest higher thoughts of
God's holy day and its observance."
SIMPLY FOE BEST.
Because the central purpose was not wor
ship, but rest. And men somehow persuaded
themselves that rest, which to most of us is
the simplest thing in the world, was a most
elaborate affair indeed. They would com
. pel people to rest by violence, if it was
necessary. The complicated Sabbath law
nas like a great, cast-iron rest machine. It
rested people as the iron clamp at the pho
tographer's rests our heads.
However, the point which I desire you to
notice is that the emphasis was upon rest.
God gave a commandment that men should
not wort forever, but that they should have
a little leisure in their lives. It is very
beautiful and gracious and loving, the inser
tion into the midstof the moral law of God of
an injunction against excessive work.
There were the lightnings and thundering!
and strange voices abont the Beak of Sinai,
and below were the frightened Hebrews
shaking with fear. And then down comes
Moses with the will of God written out so
that men may tremblingly read it, and here,
just in the midst, God says: "My children,
I would not have you work too hard; take a
dav oS once every week, and cet a rood
rest, all of you." To me, this word of
tatberly solicitude is very touching.
And what a dreadlul thing men made ont
of it, working out its meaning with such
narrow measures that the great, fine, father
ly intention was lost altogether. And what
a tragic lailure men make to-day in the
keeping of itl "Six days snalt tbou labor"
and "six hours a day" I wish had been
TCtiBl&the. commandment "bnt the sev
enth day is the Sabbath of the Lord thy
God. In it thou shalt do no manner of
"Why, there are thousands of men and
women in this Christian world to-day who
do not know what rest is; they are slaves in
a bondage compared with which Old Egypt
was a blessed Paradise. They are ground
between the upper and the nether millstone,
over-hours on one side and under-pay on the
other. There are men and women who
WORK SIXTEEN HOURS A DAT,
and miss then of getting decent food. One
day in seven? 2To; not one day in 7001
And in the midst of such a condition of
things did you read the story of the Lon
don strike? in the midst of such a world,
over a partot which Satan himself seems to
be ruler, the priest reads the commandment
of rest, and the people answer, "Lord, have
mercy on us, and incline our hearts to keen
this law." Have mercy on us for what?
The sooner we find that out the better. The
sooner we learn the meaning of the com
mandment of rest in this world of work, the
better for all ot us.
And yet, on the other hand, "no manner
of work" shall we hold to that literally?
That is a very comprehensive phase. I am
afraid that if we were to insist upon It strictly
it would defeat for a eood many of us the
whole purpose of the commandment.
There were certain Babbis who held that
when a man waked up on the morning of
the Sabbath, he should continue in the atti
tude in which he found himself, and stir
neither hand nor foot till the sun went
down. To call this rest is like making a
wilderness and calling it peace. No; the
best rest is oftenest found in work, in change
If we are to make "no manner of work" a
phrase to be interpreted by grammar and to
be translated into rubrics, we will all find
ourselves Sabbath-breakers, as I said at the
beginning. But Christ did not so interpret
it. ' Common sense is wiser than all the
grammars. "2o manner of work" that
means no work which interferes with the
purpose of the commandment, which is rest.
'The Sabbath," Christ said, "was made for
man." God established it for our benefit.
' "Kot man for the Sabbath."
But the Christian Sabbath means more
than the Hebrew Sabbath ever meant. The
Christian Church has taken this fourth
commandment, as Christ took others of the
commandments, and added to it, put a new
and higher meaning into it The old law
concerned the body, the new law concerns
the body and the soul, too. The central
thought of the old Sabbath was rest; the
central thought of the new Sabbath is
REST AND EELIGION.
The old was negative; it commanded rest
from work. The new is positive; it com
mands rest for worship. Both were days of
commemoration, but the events which" the
Christian Sabbath brings to mind are far
more distinctively religions, farmore closely
connected with God and the soul. Accord
ingly, the new day has a new name. It is
never called the Sabbath. That day
throughout the Bible, means Saturday"
always. It is called "the Lord's day."
Once every week there comes into every
well ordered Christian lire a day which
deserves to bear that name. The hurry,
the rush, the noise of the week, is shut out
It is a qniet day.
The books, the magazines, the papers
which are read every other day, are read
sparingly to-day. Sunday is ma'de a differ
ent day, even mentally, from the other days.
The emphasis is put upon the higher side of
life, upon religion. That is read to-day
which lifts ns up, and makes us think
thoughts which are high and ennobling and
worth whiles And nothing else. There is
the religious paper, there is the religious
book; remembering that all which elevates
men is religions. There is the Bible.
In the morning and in the evening, the
church bells ring. And that means worship
in the house of God. That means the neces
sity of a choice between the refreshing of the
body and the refreshing of the sonl, between
the lower and the higher. Thou shalt not,
the old commandment says, "and thy
cattle," too. For there is one kind of Sun
day which a horse can keep as well as a
ma'n. But "I was in the spirit on the Lord i
day." said St. John, setting us an example.
And that lilts us above the animals. The
church bells ring, and men. make this most
sicnificant of choices, whether they will
keep the rest day like an ox or like a man.
The afternoon is sacred to the family. "It
came to pass 'that Jesus' wentinto the house
of one of the chief Pharisees to eat bread on
the Sabbath day." This gentleman had
invited Christ to take dinner with him, on
Sunday, as wc would say to-day. And that
invitation Christ acceepted. I do not know
what He would say to some of our Sunday
visitin?. I am sure that He would have dis
approved of a good deal of it. Nevertheless,
xie uu set .o.ia eem iiexe 10
THE SOCIAL MEANING
of the day. Especially in the family,
Lord's dav oueht to be the weekly festival
of household happiness. "This is the day
which the Lord hath made; let us rejoice
and be glad in it." Make it a bright day.
Let everybody have a happy face on this
day. Let it be the feast of' gladness. Let
the public flower gardens be open in the
summer time. Let the railroads take people
out into the country under God's clear sky.
Let us get all the genuine pleasure that we
can into this day for everybody.
For the little children it is well, as I have
said before, to have special toys and games,
the best of all, reserved for Sunday. For
the older children there are the Mother's
Bible stories. Celebrate the day with
music Keep that good old custom which
gathered the family together to sing the
beautiful old hymns.
It is "the Lord's dayl" May I do this?
May I do that? May I go here or there?
May I behave myself thus or so? The name
answers all questions. Whatever is con
sistent and fitting to do upon a day which is
set apart and consecrated to the blessed
memory of Him whose helpful life we read
in the Gospels do that, you cannot go
But of all this in the fourth command
ment there is not a word. We have added
this, waiting for no commandment, seeking
no texts to justify us, content with the com
mandment of Christian reason, to the rest of
the old day we have added religion.
Such a Sunday, such a restful and relig
ious day, ought to be kept in every house
hold. It is not kept in every household;
the ambitions, the hurries, the frivolities,
the bargains of the week crowd in upon it;
the transitory is suffered to obscure the
eternal. A generation is growing up which
is not being taught at home the" happiness
and help which this day holds. And the
wise shake their heads over the fact, and
see in it a menace both to soul and body,
both to church and State. And it does not
need any unusual wisdom to see how Chris
tian civilization and the Christian Sunday
are bound up together.
"We, at least, can do our own part "We,
at least, in all our homes, can keep the
Lord's day in the Lord's way.
Patents to Pennsylvanlans.
Higdon & Higdon, patent lawyers, 95
Fifth avenue, Pittsburg, and St. Cloud
building, opp. Patent Office, Washington,
D. C, report the following patents granted
during the week ending October 29, 1889:
Gas manufacture. Gearing; gas meter,
Hyams; mold, Kinzer; annealing wire,
Boberts, Pittsburg; eccentric hook, Babbitt;
fire signal, Head; draw plate, Taylor;
furnace, Swindell, Allegheny.
EXCURSION TO BALTIMORE
The B. & O. B. B, will sell excursion
tickets to Baltimore, good to stop at Wash
ington, D. C, at fate of $8 for the round
trip, from Nov. 7 to 12 inclusive, good to
return until the 16th, on account of the
Catholic Congress. Trains leave Pittsburg
at 8 a. at and 9:20 p. at
If you hold a family ticket for Hendricks
& Co.'s photograph gallery, 68 Federal
street, Allegheny, use it and get a hand
some life-size crayon for Christmas of your
self or children, tree.
DURING the week the friends of B. H.
Johnston worked hard to have tbe Bar As
sociation, at its meeting yesterday, indorse
Johnston for District Attorney. The effort
was a miserable failure. The lawyers are
for Bowand. They know he is the best man.
The Staff oJ Llfv
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The Baeurerlein Brewing Co.'s beer is
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New Flash Snccjuew,
Plush jackets, cloth jackets, jerseys, new
markets, short wraps and children's sacques
in great variety and low prices, at H. J.
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What drink is the most healthful and re
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All the celebrated brands of corsets, 50c
and 75c less than regular price, at the clos
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Fine watches a specialty, low prices a
certainty, at Hauch's, No. 295 Fifth aye.
The "Jervis" is the best. Can only be had
at French, Kendrick & Co.'s, 516 Smith
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well with lard one dozen common cups; fill
them half full with batter; then place the
apples in; fill the cavities in the apples
with sugar and a little grated nutmeg or
ground cinnamon; cover with the remainder
of the batter; bake abont one hour in a
moderately hot oven; if no cups use a large
The "Banner Eecipe Book" is replete
with valuable household Information for
baking tea biscuit, rolls, muffins and all
kintis of fancy cakes; instructions for roast
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French and mayonnaise dressing and mak
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have one of these books. Order a pound
can with the Banner Recipe Bonk from
your grocer. If he cannot supply the book,
send your address to Banner Baking
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Pa., and we will mail it free.
Now is the season to keep
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ONE HUNDRED TEARS
Since the Founding of the Catholic
Hierarchy in America.
DEDICATION OF THE UNIVERSITY.
The Law Trouble in Connection With the
START WITH FIFTI STUDENTS
tcoBBXsroitnzNCx or tits dispatch.
Washington, November 2. In tho
dedication of the new Catholic University
on the 13th of the present month, Catholic
education in America will receive a mighty
impetus. In 1790, the first year of the es
tablishment of the Catholic Hierarchy in
this country, there was but one Catholic
institution, the historic Georgetown Col
lege, formed by the Jesuit Fathers in 1788
and the alma mater of so many distinguished
men in America. To-dav there are 650 col
leges and academies and 27 ecclesiastical
schools in the United States.
Thus the opening of the second century
of the Catholic Hierarchy in America will
be marked by the founding of an American
University which it is the hope of theoriein
ators will tend to elevate ecclesiastical
learning in this country to a higher plane.
The faculty of the university will be com
posed of men of the highest religious 'and
secuiar learning. The decision of the
Treasury Department as to whether the
foreign professors can be admitted to this
country under the provisions of the contract
labor Taw has not yet been given, but Bishop
Keane, of Baltimore, the rector of the new
university, is confident that the law ran be
so interpreted as to admit of their entrance.
ONE LITTLE CLOUD.
Should an adverse opinion be rendered it
will go rather hard with the university
authorities, as the majority of the members
ot the faculty are from abroad. Dr.
Schroeder, who will expound dogmatic
theology for the edification of the embryo
priests is from the SeoSinary of Cologne. Dr.
Boquillion. professor of moral philosophy,
and Prof. Hyvenat, who will have charge of
Scriptural instruction, are from Belgium.
The Bev. Dr. Pohle, who will deliver
lectures on philosophy, is from the Uni
versity of Fulda. Father Hogan, pro
fessor of sacred eloquence and liturgy, was
formerly of St Suf pice, Paris, but has lat
terly been teaching in an American semi
nary, and so will not come under the ban of
the law. The extreme penalty for violation
of the contract labor law is $1,000 for each
offense. Father Hogan, assisted by the
Sulpician Fathers, will have charge of the
discipline of the students and the domestic
affairs of the university.
The university will open with some 50
students selected by the various bishops of
the United States. Where a student is not
.able to bear the expense himself attendant
upon his course in the university, he will
be supported by a fund set-apart by the dio
cese from which he comes.
Upon gently sloping ground adjoining
the Soldiers' Home, and overlooking the
park and cemetery of that institution, stands
the massive stone structure known as the
divinity building, the only one of the uni
versity group yet constructed. Standing on
the avenue leading to the Soldiers' Home,
through the masses of richly colored au
tumnal foliage, ont catches glimpses of the
heavy walls,' broken here and there by
gables and chimneys, standing out in strong
relief against the sky. Situated as it is. in
one of the most picturesque portions of the
city, a finer site lor the university bnilding
could scarce have been chosen. Pleasant
drives lead to it Irom the fonr points of the
compass, while it will he easy of access to
the immense crowds of the faithful who
will be present at the solemn ceremonies at
tendant upon the dedicatory exercises by
way oi an electric railway which will be
shortly completed. It can also be reached
by the Metropolitan Branch Railroad,
which lies a short distance to the east
A MASSIVE STRUCTURE.
The main or central portion of the
divinity building is five stories in height,
while the flanking wings are but four stories.
It is built of a bluish stone found in the dis
trict, relieved by trimmings of Ohio sand
stone. The exterior of the bnildlntr nrptents
no elaborate ornamentation, but the severe.!
lines oi tne -Romanesque architecture give it
a strikingly solid and massive appearance.
Upon the pinnacles ot the building are
placed figures of ancient philosophers, and
over the arches of the windows are placed
smaller figures. Above the main entrance,
which is in the center of the bnilding, in a
niche id the wall, is z. marble statue of the
Savior, the work of a Munich artist.
At this entrance there is a stone porch in
the pediment of which is set a slab with a
Latin inscription commemorative ot Miss
Mary Gwendolen Caldwell's magnificent
gift It was mainly through the efforts and
wealth of Miss Caldwell that the structure
was erected. As a mark of his appreciation
the Pope invested Miss Caldwell with the
Order of the Golden Bose, a decoration con
ferred but once before upon an American.
Mrs. General Sherman, some years ago, was
honored with this order. The entrance to
the chapel is upheld by a number of small
pillars with handsomely carved capitals.
On one side of the chapel entrance stands a
large statue of Mary, the Mother of Christ,
the gift of a Parisian lady.
Upon each side of the main entrance are
the receiving parlors. In one of these par
lors will be placed a handsome oil painting
of Pope Leo XIII., his gift to the new
university. This picture was presented to
the Pope during the Golden Jubilee, and it
was intended that it should hang in the
halls ot the Vatican at Borne. Upon either
side of this painting will be hung counter
feit presentments of Washington and Arch.
Bishop Carroll, the first Bishop of Balti
more, under whose administration the Cath
olic hierarchy in America was established.
THE PATRON SAINT.
Frpm the Eternal City comes another ob
ject of deep interest to all Catholics. Odou
the Pincian Hill the Boman government
has placed busts of many of her dis
tinguished tons, one of these, being that of
St Thomas Aguinas, the patron saint of the
university. During his recent sojourn in
Borne, Bishop Keane became well known
to the members of the English colony
through his lectures and sermons before
them. Upon the annonncemenc being made
of his choice as rector of the new university,
the English colonists had a copy of this
statue made and presented to the Bishop as
a mark of their loving remembrance.
Bishop Keane has been informed that Mr.
V. Loubat. a Frenchman, now residine in
New York, will present to the university a
colossal statue of the present Pope. This
statue will be of the finest Carara marble,
and will be the work of Italy's leading
The first floor of the bnilding will con
tain, besides the parlors, the lectnre room,
chapel, refectory or dining room and
kitchens. In the chapel are 13 marble
altars executed in Caen, France, the grand
altar standing at the eastern end, with the
smaller ones upon either side. From Mu
nich comes the stained glass windows of the
chapel. A resident of the city has pre
sented the university with a $2,000 organ
for chapel use. Leading to the second floor
is a broad and spacious staircase, a splendid
specimen ot the wood carver's art On the
second and third floors will be the rooms of
the protessors and students. Upon the fifth
floor will be the recreation rooms, one being
a finely fitted up billiard room, while a
well-equipped gyninasiuin will prevent the
development of the gray matter in the skull
of the young theologians at the expense of
their physical powers.
It is 'the intention of the university
authorities to erect six additional buildings,
the sites of which have been already marked
out These buildings will be known as the
Hall of Science, with its laboratories, the
library and the university chapel. An ob
servatory, provided with all tbe modern ap
pliances for the study ot astronomy, will be
erected upon an elevation in the rear of the
Hall of Science. The other buildings will
be used as residences by the members of the
faculty. M. M.
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VV ;for illustrated circular, terms and twoweeks
trial of Missouri Washer; washes dirtiest clothes
by hot stetm without rubbing; easily sold; profit
able. J. V OKTH, U lieettoan st., N. Y.
TTrA.NTED-ACTIVK MEN TO SELL HOU3E
VV HOLD goods in Pittsburg and Allegheny:
we have all kinds of goods that peoplu buy fast
because they need tbem. Call and get terms. E.
GATELY k CO., 25 Federal street, AUegheny.
WANTED-CORRESPONDENT. ALSO PAVE
MENT salesman, for produce commission
house; none but flrst-clas. experienced parties
need apply; stato where last employed and give
references. CONFIDENTIAL, Dispatch office.
WANTED-MALE HELP-JCO 8ALAKY, 0
expenses In advance allowed each month.
Steady employment at home or traveling. No
soliciting.1 Duties delivering and making collec
tions. No costal cards. Address with stamp,
HAFER& CO., Plqua, Ohio. ocS-6S-TTESu
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. oc3i-rrssu
WANTED-LABORERS WANTED IN NEW
Orleans-300 able-bodied men to ship as
crew; wages 00 per month and board; to reliable
men Steady employment will be given. Apply to
M.N. WOOD. Coast and Lalausche Line, No. 2
Canal St., New Orleans, La. ocl6-42
TTANTED-AGENT3 TO SELL LYONS'
VV Golden Liniment: a certain enre In ail cases
of rheumatism, headache, neuralgia; also cures
catarrh; everv bottle warranted. S. C. LYONS &
CO., Boom 17. McCance Block, corner Seventh
ave. and bmlthfleld St., Pittsburg. noS-27
TJANTED-TWO COLLECTORS AND SALES
VV MEN for coantry territory: only exper
ienced canvaisers In the Installment specialty
business need anslv: security reonlred: steady
employment to good men. Address NEW YORK
INSTALLMENTCO., Dispatch office, city.
W ANTED-A YOUNG MAN IN ARAILROAD
office in this city as stenographer nud type
writer and to mate himself generally useful; to
one wishing to learn the railroad business this
would be desirable; salary 25 per month. Apply
to W. M. CLARK. 1119 Liberty St., on Tuesday
and Wednesday, this week. no3-17
ING wort and employers and all others
who may wish to employ bricklayers shonld regis
ter such wants, free of charge, at the headquarters
or the INDUSTRIAL MUTUAL BENEFIT AS
SOUIA110N, S3 Fourth ave... first floor front.
Open until 9 r. M. Saturdays. ocll-so-uwrsu
WANTED - DISTRICT MANAGER TO
locate at Meadrllle or Wllllarosport to em
ploy and manage agents: salary fl.oooa rear: must
Invest f 100 fo. stock furnished, and give security
for money handled. Call or address GEO. 3.
CLINE PUBLISHING HOUSE. 4 blxth aye.;
only flrst-class men full or energy need apply.
TTTANTED-SALESMEN-ON R A I. ART
VV commission, to sell our household specli
ties by -samples to hardware, tinware And hnm
furnishing dealers. We hare been established 8
years manufacturing: labor-saving patent special
ties, and now have finest selling line in the world.
Special exclusive routes arranged. Liberal salary
and permanent employment to energetic sales
men. Write for catalogue and speeialofler. THE
CLD7PERMFG. CO. (LIM.), Cincinnati, 8.
WANTED -AGENTS-TO SELL OUR NON
EVAPORATING, non-freezing chemical Are
palL 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 Mat, Ins. (..Chi
cago Underwriters' Association, etc.; sample nail,
price list, etc , sen t on receipt or 2. Addreas THE
WORCESTER FIRE APPLIANCE OO. rlncor
po rated J, No. J8 Front street Worcester, Mass,
TTANTED- PLASTERERS AT W1LMERD
W 1NG, on P. R. R. K. C CADY, Contrac
TUVANTED-SKILLED LABORING MEN AT
VV good wages on Smlthlleld st. bridge. J.
WANTED-GIHL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
WORK In family or three; must be good
cook and laundress; reference required. Apply
NO. 3 MAKCHAND ST., E. E. no3-S
TTTANTED-LADY AGENTS FOR OUR NEW,
TV Mcintosh Raglln; superior ciotn, rawiut
strloes on outside: vulcanized rubber on Inside:
close fitting; very stylish; never spots: beautiful
as the finest cloth garment ever made an Is abso
lutely waterproof: agents sell six a day and make
Id 00; great opportunity; also fine line pt.ier
goods. Address E. H. CAMPBELL 484 Randolph
St., Chicago. no-6!-TT8n
WANTED-TO EMPLOY A FEW LADIES,
on salary, to tako charge of my business at
their homes: entirely unobjectionable; light: very
fascinating and healthful: no talking required;
permanent tosltlon: wages W per week In ad
vance; good pay fot part time; my references In
clude tome of the best well-known people of Lou
isville, Cincinnati, Pittsburg and elsewhere. Ad
dress with stamp. MRS. MARION WALKER,
Fourth and Chestnut sts., Louisville. Ky.
Mala and Female fleln.
WANTED-A TEACHER TO GIVE DANCING
lessons. Address with reference, E. P.
LAUGHEAD, Unlontown, Pa. noS-89
TTANTED-A FEW ADDITION ALMEMBERS
VV for an amateur dramatic club; good oppor
tunity for elocutionary culture and general im
provement. D. W. M., Dispatch office. no3-129
TTTANTED-LADY AOENTS-ALSO MEN
VV Two lmmensenew specialties: one lady made
S27 before dinner, another 116 first hour. Address
LITTLE A'.'O., Box 443, Chicago, Hi.
WANTED -LIVE AGENTd- LADIES OR
gentlemen, for the "Boy Spy:" good com
mission; territory In Pittsburg. Allegheny or
suburban. Address E., P. O. Box SSL Pittsburg.
WANTED-LADIES AND GENTLEMEN IN
city or country wishing to earn S3 to SS a
day at their own homes; no canvassingr work
Inrnlshed and sent by mall any distance. Ad
dress, with stamp, CKYSTAL1ZKD mu-TO CD.,
TTTANTED POSITION BY A LADY AS
VV cashier or assistant bookkeeper: car. give
good references. Address A. B., Dispatch offlce.
TTTANTED -SITUATION -BY YOUNG LADY
VV as typewriter and stenographer: also ac
quainted with use of phonograph: uses both Rem
ington and Callgraph typewriters: one years ex
erlence and good references. Address 0. K. D
dspatch offlce. no3-61
large profits. Address D. M. a, Dispatch
WANTED -PARTNER -A YOUNG MAN
with S500 to engage in a legitimate business
that will net 11,000 to him per annum; no
speculators need apply. Address S. W., Sis
patch offlce. no2-M
TTTANTED PAKRNER-SILENT OB ACTIVE,
VV with money, to take interest in wholesal
ing and retailing the Taylor Patent Adjustable
8MOE PARLOR, Room 2, 616 Penn ave., Pitts
burg, Pa. noS-115
WANTED-PARTNER TO SHARE IN THE
work and development of a specialty, be
ing produced In connection with an established
city ouslness: an active man, with a capital of
from fSOO to (1,000, may secure a one-half interest
In a business promising steady growth and pro
ductive of liberal returns on amount of Invest
ment. CHARLES HOMERS & CO., 313 Wood St.
Boarders and Lodgers.
WANTED OCCUPANTS FOR TWO UN
FURNISHED rooms, both gases and water,
at No. SOTH.RRY bT. no3-124
second story front and back room, together
Apply on premises, a juuir.iuu.m-no3-13
ave., near Federal, Allegheny: pri
vate family: flrst-class table: reasonable rates.
Address C. G., Dispatch office no3-m
ANTED-GENTLEMEN OCCUPANTS FOR
a nicely Inrnlshed second story front room;
both kinds or gas and use of bath. Call or ad
dress 62u FIFTH AVEN UK, city. no3-S5
Rooms, Bouses, etc.
'-TTTANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE COUPLE,
VV room or board with a private family In
Pittsburg, Allegheny or suburbs; good company;
state terms: must be moderate. Address, 3 days.
HERE, Dispatch office. no3-83
TTTANTED-BY ONE GENTLEMAN, ONE"o5
VV two finely furnished rooms; runs; be cheer
ful and comfortable: in either private family or
very select boarding honse; with or without board;
arouna Aiiegnenv jrana preterrea. xmuiua-
NENT, Dispatch office.
"TTr ANTEDTO LOAN MONEY AT 4K.5
YV 6 per cent free ot tax. W. C. STEW.
114 Fourth ave. Ja20-i
-TTTANTED-MORTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
W In sums to suit at Hi, 6 and 6 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
In large and small amounts at 4H. oardS
per cent, free Of State tax: no delay. REED B.
COYLE& CO., 131 Fourth aye. myH-60
-TTTANTED-TO LOAN MONEY ON MutT
VV GAGES on improved real estate In snmso.
S500 and npward at H. 5 and 6 percent. L. O
FRAZIER. Forty-fifth and Butler sts.
TTTANTED-MORTG AGES-SI, 000, 000TO LOAN
V V on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
o per cent, ana on unns m auc
, iL PEN NOCK ft
cent counties at 6 per cent.
sun, iiw x onnn avenue.
ANTED-SMO-UN USUAL BUSINESS OP
PORTUNITY, to rlzht nsrty with K00 or
more Is offered opportunity to make p. 000 to 15.000
annually; managing agents and branch offlce.
Address DUNLAP ELECTRIC CO., Philadelphia.
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY WE HAVE
over one million dollars to loan on city and
suburban property at 4K per cent; no tax: we
will also loan money on improved farms In Alle
gheny, Beaver, Fayette, Washington and West
moreland counties; any marketable security taken
for loans of any amount. BLACK ft BAIRD, 93
Fourth ave. Je3-a9-Su
WANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
dosen (13) of Etewart ft Co. '3 fine cabinet
photos for ft, at SO and 92 FEDERAL bT.. Alle
gheny. , mv2S-49-TTSu
WANTED -NOVEMBER IS THE LAST
month for fine cabinets at SI per dozen, at
AUFRECHTS ELITE GALLERY, 516 Market
St., Pittsburg. Bring the children on elevator.l
TTTANTED-PEP.SONb TO KNOW 1HAT BY
agreeing to pay SI per week you can get
possession of fine gold or silver watches, clocks,
lenelry, diamonds, silverware, etc. J. M1TSCH,
130 Federal st.. Allegheny, Pa.
WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER, 88 Fifth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making line cabinets at U CO per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous process.' mhl3-63
WANTED-TO WINTER HORSES IN WASH
INGTON co , Pa., at reasonable prices by
Joseph Main, of the great Kanbuck Farm; plenty
of pasture, grain and hay. Apply or address
JOS. MAIN. Thomas P. O.. Alleeheny co.. Pa.,
or GEO. SCHAFFER, Farmers' House, 1114 Car
son st., S. S. n o2-13
FOR SALE-iafPUOYBD REAL ESTATE.
F )R SALE-GIST ST. -S2.100-BRICK HOUSE,
4 rooms, natural gas, and In good repair. J.
R. COOPER ft CO., 1U7 Fourth ave. no3-105
OR SALE-JL800-GRANDVIEW ATENUE
frame honse, 4 rooms; lot 61x60: corner lot and
near Incline. J. B. COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth
ST. S3, 800 NEW
6 rooms and hall.
A? pressed brick dwelling,
gas, etc.; lot 20x90; a bargain. J. K. COOPER ft
CO., ;t7 Fourth ave. no3-I0S
FORSALE-MT. WASHINGTON-ONLY L700
frame house of S rooms, hall, cellar, city
water, etc ; lot23i91
easy terms. J. n. vourcu
ft CO.. 107 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-BIiUTF NEAR CHESTNUT ST.,
(5,000. good two-story brick lionse of 8 rooms
and all the modern conveniences; lot 21x02. J. R.
COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth ave. no.T-105
FOR8ALE-DAV1SST. VERY CHEAP BRICK
bouse, S rooms and finished attic hall, vesti
bule, marble mantels: both gases; side entrance;
lot 20x96. J. B. COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth ave.
ORSALE-PBIDE ST. -ft, ISO-VERY NEAT
brick and mansard roof dwelling, six rooms,
finished attic hall, bath. w. c and every conven
ience; In flrst-class repair. J. R. COOPER ft CO.,
107 Fourth ave. no3-!05
FOR SALE-ROBERTS ST. NEW 9 ROOM,
brick house, mansard roof. hall. bath. w. c:
both gases: handsomely painted and grained;
electric bells, etc.; lot 20x90. J.R. COOPER ft
CO., 107 Fourth ave. ncS-103
FOR SALE-ON ACCOUNT OF OWNER
leaving the city will be sold cheap; Mt.
Washington, near Incline, neat frame houses
rooms, hall, natural gas. city water, etc., lot
SOxioo. J. B. COOPER, 107 Fourth ave. no3-103
X st. , H SoO, brick house of 9 rooms; bail, bstb,
range, w.c, both gases, laundry, etc.; stable In
rear: lot 20x100 to spring alley; terms to suit. J.
& COOPER ft CO.. 107 fourth ave. noS-106
East End Residences.
FOR SALE AN ELEGANT CORNER PROP
ERTY, fronting 60 feet on HUand avenue, a
beautiful residence location, with perfect sur
roundings; house of 10 rooms perfectly arranged
and finished with every appliance, combining
elegance and comfort; stable and carriage house:
situation of owner demands immediate disposal or
property, and we can accept a pries much below
actual value. CHARLES SOMEK3 ft CO., 313
Wood st. noS-123
FOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
East End Restaencea.
BALE-A PENN AYE. -RESIDENCE
X1 ,with large-lot for 85,500; that Is cheap.
LOVE, 93 Fourth are.
FOR SALE-A NEW HOUSE. 6 ROOMS, NEAR
, .5i!ybeTtTuIonrrj,200-cheap. C. H.
LOVE, 93 Fourth aye, no3-66
TjIOR SALTS-ROBINSON AVENUE-TWO.
jl. diudi jrame, 4
rooms, rooor cellar, lot
CHARLES SOMERS ft CO.. 313
TTIOR SALE-MAHAN AVE., AS-NEAR
jl. .yciiirai .traction roan, ones nouse on rooms
lot 24x100; easy terms.
R. COOPER ft CO.. 107
:OR SALE-S6.60G-SU3STANTIAL BRICK
utrcjuur containing a rooms ana an conven-
lenees, well. located In Hhadyslde.
locatedln Hhadyslde. W.C. STEW.
a.djj, uaruurm ave.
house, mansard roof. 9 rooms, hall and all
the late modern Improvements; lot 29x100. J.R.
COOPER ft CO,, 107 Tourth aye. no3-I0S
FOHSALE-fARKAVE.. E. E.-S5.50O GOOD
frame house? rooms, hall, bath, range, b. and
c. water, lanndry, both gases, sewerage, etc., lot
60x130. J. K. COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-p, 000 NEW yUEEN ANNE
brick dwelling, containing 10 rooms and alt
coveniences: lot 47x148
money In bhadyslde.
the best property for tbe
W. C. STEWART, 114
FOR SALE-SPLENDID NEW QUEEN ANNE
frame, 10 rooms, reception ball, attic slate
mantels, hot and col
water, bathroom, lanndry.
inside w. c's., porches, etc.: Evallne St., E.
(6,500. D. BEHEN &SON. 4112 Penn ave.
.'s.. norpliea. etc: Kvallne St.. K FL
v, j3JMiz.it ssufi, mil jrennave.
,. ...i...;.-. ....i, r -. ----. ,
TTIOR SALE-NEW DWELLING HOUSE OF 6
A' rooms, attic, bath. w. c. range, slate man.
tela, front and back norchrlot 30x100: Cypress
street, bhadyslde: easy terms: Immediate pos
session. lt.UIlUJ5 OlU
GEORGE SCHMIDT, 1S7 Fourth ave.
FOR 3 ALE-ISO, COO-NEW AND SUBSTAN
TIAL brick residence, containing 12 large
rooms and all conveniences: lot 114x400 ft: this Is
one of tbe finest located and cheapest pieces of
property in Bhadyslde. W. a STEWART, lit
Fourth aye. aulj-11-sa
FOR SALE-ELLSWORTH. NEAR O'HARA
ave., new frame house of 4 rooms, finished
attic, laundry, slate mantels, tile hearths, electric
bells, both gases, nicely papered and grained;
street sewered and paved; easy terms. J. R.
COOPER 4 CO., 107 fourth ave. no3-K5
COR SALE-811.000, ON EASY PAYMENTS: A
JJ new Queen Anne brick dwelling, containing
tins ras fixtures, and
IJ.UCI CU. .Ub b.J.A.1 W .... .V..... ... M.
.a-MA.,... In. K(.
XI7S feet: located In tbe
hiart of the East End, on one of the main avenues,
-W. C.'STEWART, U4 Fourth ave. jinll-66-su
IOR SALE-ON BRYANT STREET, NEAR
Hlland avo.. E. E.. a 2-story frame dwelling
of 8 rooms and bath, with modern attachments, all
In excellent condition: hot and cold water, both
rases, stable and carriage honse: lot 60x124. A.
D. CHERRY, Forty-third ahd Butler sts. no3-47
CHERRY, Forty-third ahd Butler sts.
OR SALE-ON STANTON-AVE , NEAR HI
LAND, E. E., a splendid btlck dwelling of
12 rooms and bath: finished throughout in the
most Improved architectural style: electric bells,
speaking tubes, ranges 1ir kitchen and laundry,
hot and cold water, cemented cellar, etc.. etc.: lot
40x120 to -Stwfoot alley. A. D. CHERRY, Forty
third and Butler its. no3-47
FOR SALE-l,S00-A COZY NEW 6-ROOM
frame dwelling on line of Pleasant Valley
cars. Allegheny: terms-to suit. W.W. MCNEILL
ftBBO., 105 Fourth ave. no3-l07
17I0B SALE - WASHINGTON ST.. ALLE-
L GHENY. brlck-resldence, 8 rooms, bath
room, etc. tall conveniences
price SS.0O0; terms easy. w.
saiMJ: terms a
105 Fourth ave.
W. MCNEILL ft
FOR SALE-NO. 176 JACKSON ST., NICE
frame dwelling of 5 rooms; bath. w. c. and
finished attic both, gases, etcfprlce t8,C0Q: terms
1,000, balance 2 years; cheap property. ALLES
& BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167. no3-3s
FOR SALE-COMPABATIVELY NEW SIX
ROOMED dwelling, with all modern conve
niences and In thorough repair, situate on Gar
field avenue. Allegheny; price (5,300 cash. Ad
dress PROPERTY, Dispatch offlce. no2-61-TTSU'
T710R SALE PARK PROPERTY"-NO. ISO
X' NortL ave., Allegheny: stone front aud
forch, 10 rooms, bathroom, laundry,
shed In tbe latest strlc with all mod
lences. Inquire at 171 SANDUSKY ST., AUegheny
FOR SALE-20 PER CENT INVESTMENT-1N
Fourth ward. Allegheny, 3-story brick house
of 9 rooms: all modern Improvements; price,
(6,000; easy terms; this lsyonr chance, as this
iroperty must be sold. W.W. MCNEILL ft BRo..
05 Fourth aye. nb3-107
FOR BALE -S9.2S0-THAT ELEGANT NEW
and substantial press brick dwelling (never
occupied), containing 9 rooms, batb, stationary
washstands, lanndry, cement cellar and aU Im
provements, located on Ackley St., head ot
Monterey St., Allegheny. W. C. ETEWART. 114
Fourth aye. apH-18-su
TCWR SALE-A BEAUTIFUL HOUSE ON THE
JJ Allegheny Parks, Just completedrwtU sell
cheap if sold at once; all modern Improvements,
etc.; also vacant and Improved property of any
size or price desired, and several good business
chances. For particulars see J. II. ROWAN ft
CO., Room 60S, Hamilton Building, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-ATEDGEWOODJ FRAME HOUSE.
8 rooms, -tvlth, 1M acres ground, 5 minutes
from station: a bargain: 17,500. W. E. HAM
NETT,404SmlthfleId street, Pittsburg, and WU-
klnsburg. Pa. no2-39
FOR BALE-OAKMONT-MODERN DWELL
ING 6 rooms, attic bath, fine dry cellar,
slate mantels, marble and tile hearths, stationary
sideboard, electric bells, gas. water, large lot:
(1.500. CHARLES SOMCRS ft CO., 313 Wood St.
-7OB 8ALE-AT INGRAM STATION -HOUSE
E lust finished. 7 rooms, besides large reception
hall, pantry and attic: slate mantels and tile
hearths throughout; large porches tront and rear;
sewer connections: lot 50x162: price (3, 800t terms
easy. W. A. ZAUN, No. 63 Fourth avenue (sec
ond floor. oc3l-83-TliF6n
FOB SALE SEWICKLEY EXCELLENT
brick residence on Broad st. (80 ft. wide).
containing 10 rooms, lanndry. bath, both eases.
hot and cold water, Inside shntters. etc.; large
lot 47x203 It.- lawn and fruit trees; as this bouse is
near P. O. and" stores, and only 1 block from
station. In an elegant neighborhood, it makes a
most desirable home for a city business manr low
price and terms to suit, A. W. ADAIR, Room
708. Penn building. Penn ave. no2-25
FOR SALE LOTS.
TJWR SALE-CHOICE BUILDING lOT ON
J? Colwell street: 23x100; LO0O. CHARLES
HOMERS ft CO., 313 Wood St. no3-123
FOR SALE-LOT 30x75 FEET, BOUTHEEN
aye., Alt. Washington, with frame house, 7
rooms, attic, good cellar: (2,2(0, D. BEHEN ft
SON, 4122 Penn ave. no3-I4
IOR BALE-1'KOP.EirrY TO-DAY IS LOWER
in the Hill districts than el-ewhere within
the cltr 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 Centerarenue electric cars will
carry residents to and from their homes right to
the heart of the city In from 5 to 10 minutes; these
cars will be running before Christmas. and aboom
In valuations will follow: our lists of properties In
this district covers every ward and street, and In
cludes building lots, acre tracts, residences, busi
ness properties; we have bargains for early buy
ers; call on us. CHARLES SOMER ft CO.. 313
Wood st. no3-I28
East End liora.
FOR 8ALE-t3,0W-J50xl25 FEET 'ON NEGLET
avenne, pear Center. W. a STEWART. 114
Fourth aye. sel-13-su
FOR SALE-20 BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS,
HerronHlll Park, grand view of East Lib
erty valley. CHARLES. SOMEB3&CO., 813 Wood
FORSALE-X0 FOR HEBRON HILL LOTS,
Madison ave.'. Just at terminus of Wylle ave.
cable line 24x100 feet. BLACK ft BAIRD, 95
Fourth ave, no2-65
T7)R BALE-lit COO- EASY TERMS
il nflpvelland desirably located on So
located on Squirrel
i - " - . . T. ..- .. ..-... . ? ...
Hill: will sell portion
W. U. DiX.IV Altl, 111
FOR SALE-(2,300 LOT 47x120 FEET, LOCATED
In Bhadyslde, near Fifth ave., in a choice
neighborhood: tbe best lot for, the money in tbe
East End. Vf. 0. .STE WART, JU4 Fourth, ave.
FOR SALE-(7,500-5 ACRES OF CHOICE
land, desirably located on Squirrel. Hill,
within two minutes' walk of new electric road:
terms to suit purchaser. W. C. STEWART, 114
Fourth ave. ' se23-45-sn
TJWR SALEt-ON LINCOLN AVE., SEAR
JD Lemlngtob. E. E.. 3 lots together, making a
frontage and depth, of 83x120: will sell them to
gether or.separateiy i price low and terras moder
ate. A. D. CHEEKY, Forty-third and Butler sts.
FOR BALE-ONLY (5,503. TERMS EASY-10O
x440feet, desirably located on Shady lane
extending to-Dennlston ave: think of Itl only
(27 to a lront foot for the finest piece or property
on Squirrel Hill. W. C. S1EWAHT, 114 Fourth
FOR SALE-CHOICE RESIDENCE SITES IN
the most attractive- part or East End to be
secured by Investing In a let In Baum Grove plan;
investigate this plan before purchasing elsewhere.
MELLON BROS.. East End, or JNO.F BAXTER,
Agent, 512 Bmlthfleld St. no3-72-T'iSSU
IOKSALE-lF YOlf WANTASAFE INVEST
MENT In property.and one that wUl increase
., .... .,..rAn&..r .nAas vbvw ..aB.va .,1a
lots in Villa Park plan. Urusbton; our prices are
low and terms exceptionally easy. JNO. F. BAX
TER. Agent, SKSmlthneldst. bo3-71-tT8Su
FH-SALE-H50O-TEBMS EASY; LOTS 60x200
feet: located on paved part of Forbes ave
nne right at maid entrance to Sebenley Park, and
on line of new electric road, which win be In ope
ration January l: nothing tn the East End to ex
eel them. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth avenne
FB SALK-39 ACRES AT A REASONABLE
prloe aad on. easy terms, located on pved
part of Forbes ave- at tbe main entrance to Seben
ley Park, andoatha Una of new electric road,
which will bo la operation January 1; the finest
lying projMrtT In nnbv neighborhood. W. C
STEWART, 114 Fourth ave ncS-15-sa
IOR BALE-fLMO-TERMS TO BOH PUB-
CHABERioMowtiwiettto as auey oetira
located in SbadysMa (Sautrrei Hill district!
right on lino of new eleotrlo road, which will be
la operation December T, and only M minutes
walk from Fifth avenue cable ears, are tbe choicest
lots In the East-Kndv W. C. STEWART, 114
Fourth avenne self-tf-sa
Glen wood Ita.
TTOR SALE-LOTS AT GLENWOOD: CON
r VENlENTtotne station and .Second Ave
Electric Railway: graded streets, sidewalks, dty
water; bouses and lots for sale on monthly pay
ments. GEORGE a BURG WIN, 150 Fourth ave
TTTWR SALE-CHOICELOTS; 50XJ94, (400 TO (800,
JC Belmont Place Ingram. P.. C. JtSt. LB. JUt
streets 50 ft. wide; sewered: houses to set back 40
ft., cost at least (2.000: terms (23 down, balance (10
per month. INGRAM LAnBaND IMPROVE
MENT CO., 60 Fourth ave (second floor).
FOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL LARGE LOTS,
rlcht at two stations: plenty .or trains: elec
tric and other rotds chartered to run near: 3 miles
from citv postofflce; prices (8P to (150; 60s toll per
week: no lots sold; come to offlce for free ride to
the grounds. MAGAW 4 GOPF. LIM.. 14J
Fourth are. noJ-67-TTSSu
FOR SALE-A NICE LITTLE INVESTMENT
in Kansas: 4 good booses, each on large lots,
yielding good rentals: live town: eonnty seat;
two lines railroad; two additional projected;
copulation 6,000, growing rapldlv: will sell for
(4,000 or exchange for good stock of merchandise
stationery or books preferred. CHARLES SOM
ERS ft CO., 313 Wood St. no3-128
TjKJR SALE-BY THOS. M'CAFFEEY-THE
JD leading Notary Public Real Estate and In
surance Agent, 3509 Butler st.
(4,500 Cor. Thirty-seventh st-and Woolslaver
alley; lot 24X80: brick dwelling, pressed brick
front, hall, vestibule and 7 rooms, and a4-roomed
honse on rear ot lot;. terms very easy; both houses
In No. 1 repair.
(3,500 No. 3227 Penn ave. lot 24x130, frame busi
ness house and dwelling of 7 rooms and frame
dwelling of 4 rooms on rear of lot; everything
sewered: No. 1 location lor business property;
(3.000 cash; balance to suit.
(18,000 Cor. Fifty-first and Butler sts.: lotl45x
100. with old brick dwelling; (5,000 cash; balance
M. ooo On Rebecca st.. near Perm ave, lj" acres
of ground: suitable termsj
(13,000 Wlneblddle plan, 4 acres of ground
fronting on Rebecca, Dauphin, Klneald and At
lantic are: easy terms.
(7,000 Each for 3 acres and 92 perch each, front
lag on Rebecca st.
(15,000 Wlneblddle plan, near Penn ave eable
line: 7J4" acres of land; suitable to lay ont In lots;
50 lots In the McKlnley plan, fronting on Liberty
ave.. Pearl, Taylor, Ella sts. and .Friendship ave.;
from (GOO to (1,500 each: very easy payments: these
lots are handy to tbe cable roads and steam cars.
Also for sale 1,003 houses aud lots all
oyer both cities and county, for cash and
easy payments; when you are ready to boy, before
Solng elsewhere be snre to call on THOMAS Mo
AFFREY, SE09 Butler street. Telephone 5514.
Office open evenings. n 03-135
TCWR BALE-DAILY AND: SUNDAY D1S
JD PATCH route: good location. NO. 79 CON
GRESS ST., Pittsburg. noJ-70
FOR SALE AN ACCOUNT FOR REPRE
SENTING a large manufacture In the city.
MANUFACTURERS AGENT, Dispatch office
OH SALE-WHOLE OR HALF INTEREST IN
eood navlna-nhotozraob aallerv: central lo
cation in rituonrg.
Address PHOTO. Dispatch
FORSALK-A GROCERY STORE IN UNION
TOWN: centrally located and doing good
business. Address LOCK BOXS"o. 7L Unlontown,
FOR SALE A GOOD PAYING GENERAL
store at a bargain: storeroom and dwelling.
Far particulars address S. P, POOEBAUGH,
Glencoe Pa. ocS-3s
TPOB SALE-A GOOD PAYING BUSINESS:
JC will show good reasons for selling: price
(1.500. Apnly to FRED GEEINEK, cor. Fourth
ave. and Try St. oc31-89
FOB SALE-A SMALL GROCER X STORK IN
Allegheny, doing a paying business: will
lnvoire abont (1.000. For particulars address J.
W., Dispatch offlce. no3-M
FOB SALE-A FIRST-CLASS BESTAUEANT
rentrally located: doing a good business.
For further Information call and see BALTEN
SPERGERft WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth are.
FOR SALE-JOB PRINTING OFFICE-HAVING
four presses, paper cutter and complete
outfit In flrst-class condition; doing a large city
trade: good reasons for selling. Inquire or KING
ft GILLFLAAD. Printers' Warehouse 80 Hlxti
avenue Pittsburg, Pa. noJ-53
FJR SALE-ONE OF THE FINEST AND OLD
EST established retail businesses In Pittsburg.
Is located In tbe heart of the city: stock Is new and
not controlled by style: will Inventory about (10,
000. This is an elegant opportunity for a wide
awake man to get Into a clean, profitable and
legitimate business. W.O.STEWART. Ill Fourth
FOR SALE A FIRST-CLASS CONFECTION-,
ER ice-cream, lunch and oyster stand, lo--cated
next to new C. ft P. R. R. passenger depot,
at East Liverpool: acknowledged to b one of the
best stands In the city; good reasons for selling;
this Is a rare chance and will not last long. For
Information call on or address H. V, SANOR,
East Liverpool, O. nol-18
TTIOR SALE-NEW FIRST-CLASS -STEAM
X) lanndry: fine family grocery store with
splendid location and business, will Invoice abont
(5,000; smaller grocery stores, (tea to (COM; nilkr
route; cigar and confectionery stores (ffiS to S6S0;
drygoods and notion stores; feed store; Sprinting
offices: drug stores; shoe stores; bakeries and ICO
other business chan ers: free particulars. 8HEP
ARD A CO., 54 Fifth ave. oc2S
TT-OR BALE-A WOOD ST. AND A LIBERTY
JD st. property: a
LOVE, S3 Fourth ave.
good Investment; C H.
FOR SALE-AT A BAB9AIN-A PIECE OF
property desirably located on Wood st. W.
C. STEWART, 114 FourtiLave oc20-3S-Su
FOR 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. Inquire of SELLERS ftCOWEN,
Sixth street. oe3s-99-vnhrsa
TTIOR SALE-SEVERAL PIECES OF PEOP
X? ERT Y on' Fourth aye : also a- number of
pieces on Penn ave., Smlthfleld St. and other
good streets: will take pleasure in riving full par
ticulars and showing surveys to parties desiring
to purchase W. C. STEWART. 114 Fourth ave
FOR SALE-BUSINESS PHOPEKTY-SOUTM
Diamond, near Federal street, Allegheny: to
a prompt bnyer we can sell this business house
and lot, 20x9o to an alley, at a price below valua
tion of any business property equally good In
AUegheny. ClIABLEtlSOMERSftCO., 313 Wood
T7I0R SALE HOTEL PROPERTY -NEW
CASTLE, jr.: the nnderslgned will sell at
public sale tbe Crawford House New Castle
Pa., Tuesday.. .Nov. 19, 1889. at 2 o'clock P. K.;
house has always been a licensed hotel, and Is In.
good repair. For particulars inquire of C. M.
CRAWFORD, New Castle Pa. oc27-88-ThSU
TTIOR SALE-FHANKSTOWN' AVE., E. E..
jV fine business location, flrst-elasa grocery;
clean, choice goods, fixtures, lease horses, de
livery warons: comnlete establishment, dolnir an
active and profitable business: well adapted
building; large yard, stable etc: low rent: will
sell at Invoice. CHARLES SOMERS ft CO., 311
Wood St. not-133
R SALE-AT A REASONABLE PRICE AND
on terms to snlt purchaser, the Newell prop
erty, located on Forbes aye, corner Shady aye..
Squirrel HUL contains six acres or tbe finest lying
land In that district, and has erected thereon a
large fine new brick building, suitable for hotel
ana road bonse purposes: also stables and out
buildings: can be purchased forless money than
Is asked for vacant property In tbe immediate
neighborhood: can be rented so as to net 6 per
cent on investment. For permit to examine build
ings see W. C. STEWART. 1H Fourth ave
Horses. Vehicles. Uvo Stock. fce
good as new; used only a short time Inquire
of F. LIOUEXT, 133 Sandusky St., AUegheny.
TTIOR SALE-SPEED-7HEAD OF FIRST-CLASS
JD trotters, as slow as 2MH and fast as Z3.
FAUL H. UACEE; Fifth are. and Market sU
Fa SALE-A BULL CALF, 4 WEEKS OLD,
sired by a registered Aldernev bnlL andby a
cow from a registered Holsteln bull and Alderney
cow; price (25. Address B. C Dispatch oSee
FR SALE-A 5-YEAR-OLD COAL-BLACK
riding and dnvlng mare Une style single;
foots to saddle and trots to harness, feu tabulated
pedigree on both sides; price (280. Address B.
M.. Dispatch offlce. got-lO
Machinery ana Metals,
FOR SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
and refitted: repairing promptly atteaded to.
below Suspension bridge Allegheny, Pa. aulfl-3
FOESALE-MAESTON'S FOOT POWER CIR
VOLAR saw; cost 5J; will sell for (; only
ned a few days: good reasons for seUlng. Address
CIRCULAR SAW, Dispatch oSce. not-A
-T7I0U SALE-MACHINERY, TOOLS AND
J? stock-On the premises. No. 4S Water
street will be sold at auction, November 1
18SO. at 10 A. v.. an excellent lot of lathes from IS
to 26 Inches, swing from 8 to M-feot bed; brass
lathes, drill presses, planer, wood-werklsf ma
chinery, S-lnca Saunders tapping machine pipe
machine; lot machine and gas-imag too), ream
ers, taps. etc. : malleable and eastlron tttlast;
gate and globe valves suitable for steam aad
natural gas: bendlar table and furnace; flasks
and patterns of valves, flanges and MtlBgs: also
large gray mare, harness and wagon. JtEjSS,
Dnuu-n, a; w. 10 nates street, -sristaoargt j-s.
IB BALE-A CARLOAD OF FBWK MILK
(ftWfl rtn TnMdir. WnrvMniHsw S u
.RX, 46 First street, Allegheny, aot-X
TpOKSALE-THETlKBER OK M ACMB OT
V land, adjoining tho depot at Hswlonvllle
Forest co.. Fa.; suitable for coal bank props: sise
from 3 inches tOW. Apply to KDylNBEVIsOt,
BrookrlUe Fa. no-l
TPODND-THAT VOLTAIC DIAMONDS ABB
brilliancy Ts positively gaafutewdTPrlses
lows: Eardrops, s so aaa ,n; tas
rings, S8 7i and up: Hd. ttaaaisei
s$3Te.AROS. Mill ave.
aad,.n; stas. am a:
ant set all setM
irs-m r.-OTitfVTV -RRftri( a ROOMS. i?ALL
JL finished attic, slate mantels, wsjerjroo
cellar, etetMt. Washington; (15. D.BEHENf!
sus, siux-euaave. "!
East End Residence.
mo LET-HOilSK OF U ROOMS. STAWJsl
X and outbuildings: large- grounds; en Neglerl
avenue near Penn avenue cable ear. Inquire oil
HENRY ROBERTS,at Oliver ftRoberts WlreCoTj
mO LET-ELEGANT RESIDENCE IS ALUM
L GHKNY. No. 139 franklin street? contHwl
right rooms, good hall, bathroom, w. c, botal
Vsjuhi ind All mnrfprn Imnravefnenta. wltL.133ce)l
grounds. GEO. R. BOTHWELL, Ho. UK Fraak-J
iin street. Allegheny. wc--
mo LET-ELEGANTLY' FURNISHED IMOMgJ
A. for one or two s-entlemen. NO. 2S1NOKXBI
AVE.. AUegheny.- ao
TO LET-FIVE ROOM APAETMENTSf VSi
new brick lionse on Colwell street, aboruj
Vine, with all modem Improvements. Inga'rJ
ZS3 JTlsTXil AVJV uuatia
rro LET LARGE FURNISHED FRONTl
X room on first floor, fronting toiweu smews
suitable for two gentlemen: natural gas. Inool
U IJ. ID IUXID1..CIII. -tr.
mo LET-COMMODIOUS PARLOR, SECOND!
JL story front; every modern conTenlencoifojl
nome comxort: private zamur; iwr wcu. m aai
ST.. Allezbenv. 12to2L to loor.JL, n OJ-6B a
fTTO LET FURNISHED ROOMS-ONE FIRSTtl
J floor elegantly furnished front roonusntt-g
sole for gentleman andwlfe ortwogentitzaentalsa
tnree bacx rooms, no. ui uA.-iioi,wij. .i
OScew. Desk Kooa. Ac
mo LET-DESK ROOM CHEAP, CENTXAIi
A. locitlon; also spienaia omcer cneap. v. dw
patch offlce no3-l0a
TO LEr-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILDil
ING, 75, -77 artd 79 Diamond street, two of tool
roomieax ana oest-iiznteaomces to oe ipnaaan wor
city; rent, (200and(3oo per annum. Including eleej
inC UgUlB. JliUWr SCCT1CU lOU JWOW USMUIX.B
Apply between 10 A. it. asdlr.su, orbctweeaj
isnatr. js. jj-tf-a
T-iERSONAI. ANOTHER GREAT CTJT-
X Solid gold-filled case American watches fori
iilln sis sS. for rents SIS SO and SIS 90: sold.brt
watch clubs for (33. B. E. AEONS, 65 Fifth ave$
A Diamonds:" oriuianey warranted or stones
replaced free of charge; tbey become more brtl-L
liant by washing. B. E. AEONS, Sola Agent;6Sl
jnun ave hoj-uie
PERSONAL-HAVE YOTJ SEEN LEVI'S!
as well aj old? Do yon know we have tbe largessl
stocEoroia noocswesi oi tne Aiiegneny jiuan-
taintr Lvi'Siiuuiusiuiu; ssuLioenyst. g
T OST-I CAN SET "VOLTAIC DIAMOND'!
1 A stones m any kind of rings, eardrops. studlS
etc that yon may have In use; their equal has
never neen Known; can ana examine tncnu. c
E. AEONS. S3 Fifth aye. Sole A gent. no3-13
Important to tbe public. Tha stock oC
a large dryjoods lmpoTtdBt hoase,-,.
CAEPETS, BUGS ,
J9I A.ULTJ.XUXS Ai I
J. H., BORLAND'S
LARGE AND SPACIOUS COMMIMMM
Nos. 723 and 725 LibertyfsfrJS
at (lie bead of Wood street, cpyssli!
-ffeeAibsckla block. commeac4t
MONDAY, NOV. ViSSa
Sales wfll commence daily at JiJJ
ir. X. aad 720 P. Jt, aad
from day to day until, tne eatis
it disposed of,aBdlnqaBUtl tesssatj
Tills Is without exception the lstrfts srtes
Ftae Drygoods, Carpets -asssIKafCi
in Pittsbnre, aad la well werti y te s
of tho pnelle generally. Ike- tssMM;
mast to sold regardless or eetc
order to satire a prompt
All geeds teM t thla wJe yiwtstf etf
an teed sad wmaated a reftaseatsd,
a T AUCTION TUESDAY MOl
ae wsjeat etember isitewita roe.nl sjleees
Blrrofa.we.BHt aad out Meaner sit
poUaied weed and marble tope, cb1o1iO
wardrobes, decorated" toilet ware, dinner aaia
tea. seas, bt ana nut Bunresaes, j.or-
rags, willow aad rattan rockers, frataenv -anst
parlor sains, Brussels ana ingrain earpoe-. cur-a
tsuae, deesT, becMee. sideeoard, Ciilsej
closets, ejtfessitosr tables, diaieg cbsvlrebeeVJ
KeMS, BBJMBs, wsWCMOS, stoves, SWHIflH
UnoIesBse. dmsgeta. coosdae: stensUs,Mmfsvf
cornices, lonefe, coaeees, pictures, deeM,
HEHKY AUCTION CO. LIHwi
4 UCTION SALE-CHOICE EAST ''EN 1
J iota 40x136 feet, J. W. Arrow plan, Grefi
street, near inn ave, .: i
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, lMd
newPiftiave station, B R.B.aadi
road, within one minutes' walk; very resanei
terms; trains leave Union depot at Slaae
o'clock. BLACK BAIIU), 7em Mg
BY HEKBT AUCTION CO., T.TlsT.
Q V E O I A L AUCTION 8 AIJWEMWsVl
O DAY MOBK1N G, K OTesaber fi, ftt tMiesMBU
No. 811 Ma-ike-t street 'jyaM
Fine line of eifttlonery, trlasstefs, notieee. HyS
goods, ladies' wraps, fancy goods, dress sneseil
all-wool eonafry blankets, etc., etc. Sale peesj
wioaui vasna- a
SrwWBV ITTlTTTllirr'Y rrirp
wain AVVAAV41 VIA. 4aAffl
TVssonrnoiT notice - the. i-flyci
taselaeas otke lete Ann wUl be cagfcmeed by J
W. I. Straw, wbo wm assume all debts e ssjM
SraaedtevBesBau accoaiti dee MR Ml
w. L. Bfiau.'"
AixasKSHT Cirr, fx. Nar.uvmx
beHssee H. H. Dcrbin and JobaF.An
at He. m mth. avenne. Plttstssirsr. itM 1
aiKBeaee of H.H.Durbin 0VC0, has (Ms dss;
seen ninsoivsn Bymntosa coneeaw jui sstssss
dae to tbe MOdprtnerabierwte1e)wMtss4
tsoee doe ftna the same discberged m ssi
tssrd, where the business will be toithni by.
a. ja. xrarom ana wnuiiiBinf,i7
theltm same of H.H.DrW dt C. must
Jnnry 1,-ym. after whlektlsae the beileise
will be emttaned by tbe said S. 31. Dvbrn mZ
JteertIi.MoWatry,nBdr tbe arm msm'sI
dwmb ate wartv. seiei jteeen u jmwsmk
bvispejessediiTrest of sssVd JsjemK
ArmssroBC at uw osa swssv aM mm ssst rstsjasssj
sawwjariaeTaiiijs via hh jsl. Ja.
J eta r. Arsttroac coreuaRyi
inesMsa to ma new aim.
rmmma, Korea ber j, mh,