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AH the Pan-American Delegates Will
be Here and Maybe Mr. Blaine,
THE SECRETARY WAS INVITED.
A Proposition to Continue the Mechanical
Display for a Week.
AtL PREPARATIONS BATE BEEN MADE
The visit of the delegates to thean
American Congress to this city will be dis
tinguished by the attendance of all the
members of that Congress. This will be the
only city in the tour where snch wjll be the
case. The reason for this, as explained by
Mr. Cnrtis, in a letter written by him a few
days ago, is that Pittsburg is considered by
everybody to be the center of the iron and
steel industry in this country. This is the
particular thing which the delegates desire
to investigate, and in that way Pittsburg
will be the most interesting city in their
rounds to a majority of them.
The delegates from this country and two
or three of the foreign commissioners who
have been engaged in independent investi
gations, and have not been with the tour
ists, will join the body of the Congress in
Pittsburg. In view of this fact Mr. W. E.
Schmertx, the President of the Chamber of
Commerce, yesterday sent the following
telegram to Mr. James G. Blaine, the emi
nent Secretary of State:
The Chamber of Commerce of Pittsburg
earnestly desires your presence upon tbe oc
casion of the gathering of the International
American Congress on November 6. 7 and 8.
As a Inll attendance Is expected here, your
vjsit would be mot timely, and would bo bailed
with pleasure by your many fncnas.
W E. SCHJIEKTZ,
President of tbe Chamber of Commerce.
The telegram was sent about 2 o'clock yes
terday afternoon, so that no reply is ex
pected until this forenoon.
WILL ABBITE ON TIME.
President Schmertz yesterday received
from William E. Curtis, the representative
of the State Department with the delegates
a letter saying that the special train will
arrive in this city promptly at 6 O'clock to
morrow afternoon. 'The Keception Com
mittee from this city will depart at 2:15 r.
M. by a special train for Steubenville, where
the delegates' train will be met,
"Work on the decorations by Eoenigk, and
on the floral ornaments by the Murdochs,
will begin at the Monongahela House
A proposition will be made at the meet
ing of the directors of the Exposition Soci
ety to-day to continue the exhibition of
machinery and appliances which are being
put in place for inspection by the Pan
American Congress. The suggestion that it
be continued on the Saturday lollowing this
inspection has met with such general com
mendation, that it is now suggested that the
building be kept open the entire week fol
lowing. The directors are confident that
the scheme would meet wit a favor, especi
ally in this city, where so many are inter
ested, directly or indirectly, in machinery
of so many varieties.
SHAX.Ii MAKEBS IK LIKE.
As is well known, the space has nearly all
been taken up by manuiacturers of small
goods, such as brushes, brooms, shoes and
tbe like, which are as important in their
way as commodities reauiring larger ma
chinery in tbei- manufacture. The latter
can be and will be Feen by the delegates iu
their tour of the larger mills and factories,
and the only opportunity they will have in
seeing the smaller machinery will be at the
Exposition, where they will be concen
trated. The electrical display, however, which is
contemplated, will not be one of the smaller
attractions. On tne contrary, it will be
large, and perhaps the biggest display of
electrical appliances ever shown outside of
an exposition of such -appliances alone.
About haif the entire hall has been allotted
to the interests centered in the Wetiughouse
patents and those controlled by the Thomson-Houston
The hall itself, will be made very attrac
tive with flags and bunting, a special dis
play being prepared of the colors of the na
tions having a representative in the Con
gress. The details! the exhibition and the
proposition to continue it for a week will be
discussed at length by the Board to-day.
A Great Discovery.
Tbe factlbat castor oil, as vile a medicine as
was ever discovered, has so long held its own
as a laxative, is because, until Hamburg figs
w ere discovered, no medicine could take its
place. Now. bow ever, ladies and children take
Hamburg figs, and like them. 23 cents. Dose,
one fig. Mack Drug Co., X. Y. ttsu
CARPET REMXAVTs CHEAP.
Best Body Brussels, Enoneh to Cover Ordln.
nry Sized Boom, at 75 Cents a Yard.
Beginning November 4,
We will offer 5,000 yards
Best body brussels carpets,
Eowelland Hartford makes
At 75 cents per yard.
$1.50 per yard is the regular
Price of these goods.
The pieces run from 10 to 30 yards.
Borders to match all patterns.
627 and 629 Penn avenue.
EXCURSION TO BALTIMORE
The B. & O. B, B. will sell excursion
tickets to Baltimore, good to stop at "Wash
ington, D. C, at rate 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. M. and 920 p. ir. e
Yea, We Will
Sell for to-day abont 480 handsome over
coats for men,, in imported Kerseys and
heavy Chinchillas. The attractiue price is
$12. If you cast your eyes on them one
glance will suffice to show you that they are
big bargains, worth a great deal more than
$12. Make & point to see 'em to-day.
P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts.
opp. tbe new Court House. '
Three Special Bargain Lota of Fine Im
ported Cloth Newmarkets,
In -plain and fancy colorings, at $8, $10 and
$15 each. The cloak rooms teeming with
new goods and bargains.
Jos. Eoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
IfYon Want Ladles' skint
Examine our stock, which includes merina
at $1 and $125, stockinette at $1 and 5125
knit wool, $1 25, $2, $2 50, $3 50. white, natl
ural, cardinal, natural wool cashmere. $3 25
and $3 75.
MORSE as ward, 41 Filth avenue.
Boy' Bicycle Wool Hose, Extra Heavy.
Sires 7$ to 10, and special bargain, 25c a
Hobne & Wabd, 41 Fifth avenue.
Don't be misled. Stick to the old relia
ble "Wainwright's beer. All dealers keen it.
5525 is their telephone number. msu
A glass of F. & V.'s Iron City beer at
njght insures quiet sleep.
Cabinet photos, $1 per doz. Lies' Pop
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st nsu
-The Tyranny of the Dead," at Lafay,
ette HaU to-night
Buun's Prixs Great English gout and
rheumatic remedy. Sure, prompt and effect
ive. At druggists'. TTSU
Essence of Ginger don't enre coughs and
build you up like Pabkzb's Getoeb Tonic.
Paxjces's Hatb Bauax cleanses the scalp.
A ERATH) 0NTHE PEOPLE.
LAST DESPERATE NOTE OF TUE DEM
The Nora- of Dead and Absent Attorneys
Printed ni Sapportera of Johnston, and
Many of Rownnd'a btnnncheat Friends
Included In the List Deception That
Surprised by the substantial Indorsement
of the candidacy of Arch C Bo wand by rep
resentative members of the bar, and made
desperate by their inability to induce the
Bar Association to indorse Johnston, the
friends of the latter yesterday perpetrated
one of the boldest confidence games on the
public yet attempted in ft local political
campaign. They made a copy of tbe list of
attorneys, arranged in alphabetical order,
which is kept in the Frotnonotary's office,
and had the whole list published with the
statement that "the following named attor
neys are for Johnston for District Attorney."
The fraud was so apparent that the Leader,
which has stopped at nothing in its efforts
against Bowand, declined to be a party to
it. But the Press, with its Democratic
editors, was glad to serve up the mess to its
"What was intended to be tkboom for John
ston proved a great boomerang, however. As
soon as it was glanced at by persons familiar
with the names of attorneys the fraud was
apparent. Scattered through the list of al
leged supporters of Johnston were the names
ot attorneys who have long been dead.
Among these was-the name of the late A. C.
Hover. The names of a number who have
removed Irom the city among them that of
M. H. Houseman were also freely used.
But the climax of impudence was reached
by the publication of the names of a large
number of the members of the bar who were
for Bowand first, last and all the time, and
concerning whose position there never has
been any doubt. Included, uuder this head
were the names of W. "L. Bird. Josiah.
Cohen, E. E. Cotton, John P. Cox, C. S.
and J. P. Crawford, Dr. JohnDouglass, W.
C. Erskine, J. A. Evans, Chas. A. Eagiu, C.
S. Fetterman, John H.Hampton. A B. Hay,
John C. Haymaker, J. P. Hunter, Thomas
Hnnter, P. C. Knox, John S. Lambie,
John B, Large, George E. Lawrence, C C.
Lee, John Marron, Thomas M. Marshall,
J. H. Miller, Samuel McClary, Lewis Mc
Mullen, "Wes McMurrav, John Petty, B.
B. Petty, AV. P. Potter. Charles L. Powers,
James W. Prescott, "Wm. Beardon, D. C.
Beardon, C. W. Bobb, C. A. Eobb, C. E.
Bohison, 5. Schoyer, Jr., Joseph Stadtfeldt,
"W. C. Stillwagen, Charles A. Sullivan,
James S. Young and a list of others. All
these gentlemen will be at the polls to-day,
working and voting for Howand. They
know he is a Better lawyer than B. H.
Johnston, and that the interests of.
'Allegheny county will be safer in the
hands of Arch H. Bowand than they would
be if intrusted to B. H. Johnston,
Such deception as was attempted on the
voters of Allegheny Tcounty, by the Demo
cratic managers aided by the Pittsburg
Press, should be most severely rebuked.
This end can best be obtained by voting to
day for Arch H. Bowand for District
45-mcn black silk striped and figured
drapery nets at $1, value Si 50.
Boggs & Buhl.
f lOLLS given awav, worth 25c to $2, with
purchases in all departments this week.
Busy Bee Hive, Sixth and Liberty.
FnEixrr Title aud Tbcst Company,
121 AND 123 FOTTRTH AVEMJK,
PlTTSBCBG. Pa November 4. 1SS9.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of tbe Fidelity Title and
1 rutt Company will be held at Its office on
THURSDAY, November 1, 1SS9. at I o'clock
r. M for tbe purpose of receiving tbe annual
report, tne election of 15 directors to serve tor
the ensnlng year, and tbe transaction of such
other business as mav properly come before the
meeting. C. B. JlcVAY, Secretary.
Lawrence Baits: or PrrrsBUKO, 1
PrrrSBUBO. October 31, 1889. I
DIVIDEND-TRE BOARD OF DIRECT
ORS of this bant hive this day declared
a dividend nf THREE (3) PER CENT on the
capital stock out of the earnings of tbe last six
months payable on demand.
nol-78 JOHN HOERR. Cashier.
IX The firm of Logan & Pope has this day
T. H LOGAN.
F. R POPE.
Pittsburg, Pa., November L 1889.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT 1
have sold my entire stock and fixtures
used in the harness business, consisting of har
ness, saddles, robes, whins, etc, to Alex C.
Grant, who will continue to do business at tbe
old stand, cor. of Ferrr St. and Fourth ave.
Mr. Grant is a thoroughly competent man in
this business and I most cheerfully recommend
him to my former patrons.
PlTTSBUBP. Pa., October 20. 18S9. no5-72
Law office of W. A. LEWIS, 36 Diamond St.
E SPATE OF MIOHAL WEHRMAN,
deceased. Notice is hereby given that let
ters of administration on the estate of Michael
Wehrman have been granted to the under
signed, to whom all persons indebted to said es
tate are requested to make immediate payment,
ana tbne having claims against tbe same should
make thorn known without delay. JAMES F.
GRIME , Administrator. no5sSS-Tu
NOTICE APPLICATION WILL BE
made to the Court of Common Pleas No.
Lot Allegheny county, at No. 641 December
Term. 18S9, for leave to amend tbe charter of
the Pittsburg Natatonum. The petition for
the amendment is now on file in the Prothono
tary's office at the above number and term,
where tbe same may be seen until the 30th day
of November. 1SS9, when the same will be pre
sented to Court at 10 o'clock A. M.
noo-27-Tu A. M. NEEPER, Solicitor.
ESTATE OF SAMUEL MOORE. Deceased.
ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE NOTICE
is hereby given that letters testamentary
on the estate of Samuel Moore, deceased, late
of Charters township, have been granted to
the undersigned, to whom all persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment, and those having claims or demands
against tbe same will make them known with
out delay. WM. M. CRAMP, MARY E.
MOORE. Executors. oc29-42-tu
ESTATE OF LET1TIA W. GAZZAM, De
ceased. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE-IS OTICE
is hereby given that letters of administra
tion on the estate of Lctilia W. Gazzam, de
ceased, late of the city ot Allegheny, have been
granted to the undersigned, to whom all per
sons indebted to said estate are requested to
make Immediate payment, and those having
claims or demands against tbe same will make
Ibem known without delay. FIDELITY
Til LE A. TRUST CO., Administrator. DAVID
Q. EW1NG. Attorney. ocSMI-tu
ESTATE OF FRANK L. ROWLAND, De-
ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE NOTICE
is hereby given that letters of administra
tion -on tbe estate of Frank L. Rowland, de
ceased, late ot Mystic River Conn., have
been granted to the undersigned, to whom all
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment, and those having
claims or demands against tbe same will make
them known without delay. FIDELITY
TITLE fc TRUST CO, Administrator. DAVID
Q, EW1NG. Attorney. oc29-40Tu
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
LN application will be made to tbe Governor
of Pennsylvania on WEDNESDAY, Novem
ber 20. 1S89, by George Westinghonse. Jr,
Charles A. Ashbnrner, John Caldwell. H. H.
Westlngnouse and Walter D, Uptegraff, under
the general corporation act of 1874 and its
supplements, for tbe charter of -a corporation
to be called Duqnesne Mining -and Reduction
Company, the purpose of which Is to mine and
reduce gold, silver, copper and other ores, and
for these purposes to have, possess and enjoy
all the rights benefits and privileges of 'said
act of Assembly and its supplements. ..,
DALZELL, SCOTT &. GORDON,
a HAMILTON. ,
81 AND 83 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg. Pa. ap30.74-E
WALTZK J. OSBOUEKE. UICRABD BABEOWS.
BARROWS 4 OSBOURNE .
90 Diamond street.
Telephone No. E12. u8I-6-cts
KfDirplay advertisements one dollar per
tgvare for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, Tor Bale,
To Let, etc, ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken for less than fifty tents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the folio-wing plaoes,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient ad vertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to bo .prepstd except "here,
advertisers already have accounts wlthTMDls
THOMAS MCCAFFKEY. S5u9 Butler street.
FJ1IL G. STUCKEY, Zh street and Tenn ave.
E. G. STUCKEYACO., WyUeave. and Fultonst
K. bTOKELY. Firth Avenue Market House.
i. W. WALLACE, 6K1 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTEK & SBELBLER,5th av. Alwood St.
JACOB 8POHN. No. SCarson street
H. A. DONALDbON, 1707 Carson street
A. J. KAEHCHElt, 59 Federal street.
H. 3l McBRIDF. Market House, Allegheny.
FKF.DH. EOOElte. 172 Ohio street
F. B. EGGEKS bON, Ohio and Chestnnt sts.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENKY, WesternsLd Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Peinsvlvanla and Beaver aves.
PEKBYM. GLEIM. Kcbeccaand Allegheny aves.
W. W. FLOC KER. Stationer. No. Grant ave.
-TTTANTro-A GO0D BARBER, AT 4M FIFTH
W AVE. now
WANTED-F1RST-CI.ASS CUSTOM CUTTEK.
ApplySM LIBERTY ST. not-S.1
TTTANTFD-A GOOD BABBER. AI'PLY IM
V MEOIATEI.Y at 2003 OABbON BT., S. b.
WA.NTED-A DRUG CLERK-ANSWER IN
roll name. Address OPIUM, Box 821. Pitts
bnrg. Pa. noo-8
WAMED-A FIRST-CLAbS CANVASSER
for tbe Century Dictionary H WATTS t
CO., 431 W ood St. no5-71-rrs
WAM'ED-A FIRST-CLASS PLUMBER.
Apply to OLNHAUSEN BROS., 2000 Car
son st, faouthslde no5-75
VTTANTED-MACHINIST AT ONCE FOR
Y general work. Inquire at VULCAN IKON
CO., New Castle, Pa. no5-23
AlTED-3) STONE CUTTFRS AT ONCE.
Inonlre at office of KUNKEL JORDAN.
319 Ohio street, Allegheny. noS-8
TTT-ATED BREAD AND CAKE BAKER.
W Applv after 1 P. M. to JOHN DODOS, 57
linens Vista St., Allegheny. no5-25
WANTED-A GOOD. STEADY GERMAN
barber; none other need apply. JOS.
CHRIS1MANN 274S Penn avenue. noo-M
WANTEU-AT ONCE-A IRbT-t'LASS TIN
and sheet Iron worker. JAMES T. KIN
CAID, JR., 107 First ave., Pittsburg. no5-E
WANTED-A GOOD BARBER IMMEDIATE
LY: frood wages and steadv employment
Apply 1". STOHMFELs, McKee's Bocks, Pa.
WAI.TED-STONECUTTER3, INQUIRE AT
JOHN SCHREINER'byard, head of Adams
St.. Allegheny. no5-44-TTS
WANTED-500 LABORERS ON R. N.I. B.
K. K : one Tear's work. Address T. K.
ilcCANN &SON, WhyNotP. O., Leeco., Ky.
WANTED -A TRAVELING SALESMAN
thrsugh Ohio and Penna to handle a side
Hue to retail grocers. J. T. B., Dispatch office.
-TTTANTED-A YOUNG MAN AS bALESMAN
Y In retail store: must understand German:
good reference required. Apply at &4S BD1 Lr-lt
-TTTANTED-A LIVE MAN TO REPRESENT A
large accident Insurance company: liberal
terms to right party. Address BOX 5:49. Boston,
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED BOOK
KhEl'ER. Address BOOKS. Dispatch
office, staling experience and references and sal
ary expected. no5-69
-TTTANTED-A GOOD MAN AS CANVASSER
Y and collector for Industrial Insurance.
Apply to E. rHIlCHAKD, cornerof Twelfth and
Carson streets, S. S. no5-100
WAN1ED-MACHINISTS AND HOLDERS;
lonr first elnss machinists and twomolders
to co to the country. Apply at CI FEDERAL
umrvirr iu..hfm, n.ja
WANTED-EIFTY CAULKERS ON VAT-
URAL ras line. Apply to J. C. GIBNEY
& CO., 24 East Main street, Columbus, Ohio.
W ages, S2 25 per day. no5-2S
"TTTAJSTED-A YOUNG MAN FOR HARD
V V WARKstore, one having knowledge of the
business preferred; must live In Allegheny. Ad
dress 8.. Dispatch Office. no5-S
WAMED-AGENTS TO SELL TEAS, CO
FJhEand spices to families: salary and
commission: references required. ASSAM TEA
CO., 4o05 Liberty ave., Pittsburg. noo-63
WANTED YOUNG MAN AS A GENERAL
clerk; must write well and be a good short
hand and typewriter. Address, P. O. BOX 55,
gltingage, experience and references. noS-66
ANTED-A YOONG MAN, AGED ABOUT
18, to learn Jewelry and watch repairing;
one who nas had some experience preferred. Ad
dress WA 1 C1IMAKER, Dispatch office. n 05-21
WANTED-GENTLLMEN WHO DESIRE A
wife or a lively correspondent to send their
address and stamp to THE AMERICAN CORRE
SPONDING CLUB, Box 643, Clarksburg, TY, Va.
WAMEU-KE1.IABI.E LOCAL. ANOTKAV
EL1NG salesmen; positions permanent;
special Inducements now: fast-selling specialties:
don't delay: salary from start BROWN BROS.,
Nurserymen, Rochester, N. Y. sel7-70-TTS
-TTTANTED-ACTIVK MEN TO SELL HOUSE
VV HOLD goods In Pittsburg and Allegheny:
we have all kinds of goods that peoplo buy fast
because they need them. Call and get terms. E
G ATELY A CO , 25 Federal street Allegheny.
TTTANTED GENTLEMFN AT SMART'S
V Practical business and bhorthand College,
4 Sixth st; greater inducements at lower terms
than any other college private lessons for both
sexes dav and evening: the best Instruction guir
anteed without text books. ocSI-ttssu
WANTED-LABORERS WANTED IN NEW
Orleans sn able-bodied men to ship as
crew; wages tfSO per month and board; to reliable
men steady employment will be given. Apply to
M.N. WOOL). Coast and Latausche Line, No. 2
Canal st. New Orleans, La. oclG-42
WANTED-AG LNTS TO SELL LYONS'
Golden Liniment: a certain enre In all cases
of rhenmatlsm, headache, neuralgii: also cures
catarrh; cverv bottle warranted. S. C. LONS &
CO., Room 17. McCance Block, corner Seventh
ave. andSmlthflcld St., Pittsburg. noo-22
V ponder and pure spices: gifts with goods;
coke workers, miners or millmen can makemoney
In their spare time: special Inducements toper
sons having established trade. YAMASH1RO
TEA CO., S3 Jackson st, Allegheny, Pa,
-TTAITE1-SALESMEN AT S75 PER MONTH
V salarvand expenses, to sell a Ilncofsllver-
platedware, watches, etc.: by sample only: horse
and team furnished free: write at once for full
Particulars mid sample case of goods free. bTAN
ARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass.
WANTED-1 RAVELING SALESMAN-ONE
who has an established trade in Ohio, est
Va. or any territory west of Pg., to handle a good
paying side line that requires no samples; our
line afone will pay all vour expenses and be little
trouble. Address C D. & CO., Box 900. Pitts
WANTFD 4 GIRLS TO SEW CARPETS AP
PLY to UPHOLSTERER, Monongahela
House. n ol-15
TTTANTED ONE GOOD. EXPFRIfcNCED
YV dining room girl, at BOLEY'S HOTEL,
MiyiMiJiauiuuu, Vlljt uuo-u
-TTTANTED-GIRLS FDR HAND PAINTING
VV on bolting cloth. Apply H. H0LT2MAN
& SONS, 111 Market st noo-U
tltKN C'E required: Inquire or address MRS.
M. STKIGHr, cor. Adams and Lhartler sts.,
TTTANTED-LADY AGENTS FOR OUR NEW
VV Mcintosh Raglln; superior cloth, in wide
stripes on outside; vulcanized rubber on Inside:
close flttlngtveryetyllsU; never spots: beautiful
as the finest cloth garment ever made and Is abso
lutely waterproof: agents sell six a day and make
S6 00: great opportunity; also fine line other
goods. Address E. H. CAHPBEL1., 4S4 Randolph
st, Chicago. noJ-63-TTsu
Stole nnd Female ITcId.
WANTED AT ONCE-4 FARM IA.NDS.
col. boy, cooks, chambermaids, bouse girls,
nurses, dishwashers, pantry and dining room
girls. MEEHAN'S, 545 Grant st no4-o
W ANTED-A YOUNG MAN OB WOMAN
wbo can keep books and is willing to make
him or her sell generally useful In the office. Ad
dress, with reference. LOCK BOX 361, Pittsburg.
-TTTANTEO MORTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
VV In sums to suit at H, 5 and 6 per cent
ALLES BAILEY, 164 Fourth are. Tel. 167.
ANTFD-TO l.t)A 1200.000 ON MOICT-
UAtr Ksitioo ana upwara at 0 per cent;
$500,000 at 4)4 per cent on residences or business
properly; bibi iu auiujaiuK
FRENCH. 125 Fourth avenue.
so in adlolaiug counties. S. H.
AN TED-tMO-UN USUAL BUSINESS OP-
ruiauniii, to ngni party witn fo or
THE" PlTTSBURGr -DISPATCH,
WASTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over S4.000I 4 tier cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER CO., S2 Fourth avenue.
ANTED-A PARTY TO LOAN FIVE
thousand dollars for building purposes;
good security. Address SECURITY, East Liberty
TTTANTE1J-MORTG AGlsS-ttCOO, 000 TO LOAN
lnlarreand small amounts at 4k. 5 and 6
ier cent, free of State tax; no delay, REED B.
COYLE& CO., 131 Fourth ave
WANTED-TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
or fs, 000 and npward,6n city and suburban
property, on 4H per cent, free or tax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent BLACK BAIBD.
85 Fourth avenue. eil-US-D
"fTJASTED-HOirrGAGES-SL 000, 000TO LOAN
V V on city and suburban properties at 4K, tand
(percent and on larms In Allegneny and adja
cent counties at 6 per cent 1. M. PENNOCh.
bON, 10j Fourth arenne.
W ANTED-A SITU A7I0NA8 ENGINEER OR
machinist; good references. Address. M.
C Dispatch Office. no5-43
WANTED-POMTION AS BOOKKEEPER;
best city references. Address BOOKKEEP
ER, Dispatch office. noW
WANTFD-A SITUATION AS CHAMBER
MAID or general housework. Address
MARY. 65 Second ave. uoi-M
W ANTED-A SITUATION IN A WHOLE
SALEorretallgroeerybyayoqngmanoro years' experience,
!. Address v, ft, Dispatcn oi-
TTTANTED DRUGGISTS' RELIEF CLERK
W open for engagements: registered as man
ager; ciiy experience. Address KEI.lEFCLbltK,
Dispatch office. ' no5-9
WANTED-BY'A YOUJG MAN OF GOOD
address, a cltaatlonns traveling salesman
for a reliable firm: best orclty references: at pres
ent employed by an Eastern manufacturer. Ad
dress A., Dispatch office. no5-50
WANTED - SITUATION AS TYPEWRHER
and stenographer; lias had 3 years' experi
ence; uses the Remington and Hauvnocd and un
derstands use of pbotopbonc: good reference.
Address RAPIDITY, Dispatch office, no5-65
WANTED-POSITION IN MANUFACTUR
ING business by young man with ten years'
experience ss shipping clerk, psymaster, pnr
chaslng agent, etc.Jn a large establishment in
tblsclty; would accept troderate salary at first:
best of references given. Address S., Dispatch
WANTED-BUSINES9 MAN WITH $3,000 TO
take charge ot office in paving iron busi
ness. Address J. V. 11.. Dispatch office. nc5-6j
WASTED-TO BUY A SMAL1, CLOTHING
or furnishing goods store, or interest In
same. Address L. C., Dispatch office. no5-92
-TTTANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
VV dozen (U)of Stewart Co. 's fine cabinet
photos lor 1, at SO and 82 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
W ANTED-A LARGE SECOND OK THIRD
floor, with power and elevator, located in
about center of PltUburc Address, BOX 711,
WANTEO-RESPECTABLE PARTY WILL
IN O to adopt perfectly healthy girl baby,
four weeks old: legitimate and healthy pareuts.
Inquire 903 PENN AVE. no5-C2
WANTED -NOVEMBER 13 THE LAST
month for line cabinets at tl per dozen, at
AUFRLGHT'S ELITE GALLERY, 516 Market
st, Pittsburg. Bring the children on elevator,
WANTED -ONE SECOND-HAND STEAM
power punch, such as Is used in boiler
shop. Address by letter only, giving dimensions
and price and where It can be seen, HENRY It
HIbSRICH, IS Walnut St., Allegheny no5-61-TTS
TTTANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING THO
VV TOGRAPHER, 90 Fifth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street Allegheny, everybody to
V now that he is making fine cabinets at fl 50 per
dozen: photos delivered when promised Instan
taneous process. mhl3-63
WANTED - BARBERS TO BUY A GOOD
paying barber shop, well located; no com
mission required from either party. Call at A.
EDLIS A CO.'S. Leading Manufacturers of Bar
ber Supplies and h urntture, 502, 504. 505. 60S. 510
Liberty street Pittsburg. Pa. nol-67-MTuwr
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
TJiOR SALE VICEROY STREET, A BRICK
' dwelling of 7 rooms, both gases, cltywater,
bath, w.c. all conveniences and newly papered.
BLACK BAIRD, 95 Fourth are. 2E-S1 no5-4
l()R SALE-CENTER AVENUE. NEAR FUL
TON st. a good house. 0 rooms: late lmnrore-
ments: price and terms very moderate. W. A.
HERHON SONS, 8U Fourth avenue. no5-87-Tur
FOR SALE WASHINGTON bT.. NEAR WY
LIK, a 2-story and attic brick dwelling of 6
rooms, hall, bath, laundry; both cases; hard
wood mantels, etc. ; well sewered and In good re
pair; lot 20x102. BLACK BAIRD, 95 Fourth
are. 2X no5-2
East End Resioencea.
FOR SALE ROBINSON AVENUE-TWO-STORY.
frame.- 4 rooms, good cellar, lot
25x117; 11,201). CHARLES SOMERS CO.. 313
Wood st. no5-33-TWTS
FORSALE-A PROM1T BUYER CAN BUY
for 30,000 a large, well Improved East End
Broperty. worth50,OM. AddrcssbOUlHBOUNO,
'lspatcli office. 'no5-97
FOR SALE-OAKLAND RESIDENCE, CRAFT
ave., near Fifth ave.; 14 rooms. bath, laundry;
all the latest Improved conveniences: large
grounds. 135x260. BLACK BAIRD, 95 Fourth
ave. 2D-6S. no5-2
FOR SALE-A TWO-STORY FRAME HOUSE
of5 rooms and finished attic: lot 30x140 feet;
planted In good fruit trees: located on Shady ave
nue. Eleventh ward, Allegheny; price only (2. 100.
C. BEBINOEB bON, IU Fourth ave. no5-53-TT
OR SALE-NEW DWELLING HOUSE OF 6
rooms, attic, batb, w. c. range, slate man
tels, front and back porch: lot 30x100: Cypress
street, Shadrslde: easy terms: immediate pos
session. GEORGE SCHMIDT, 157 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE A GREAT BARGAIN IP bOLD
In the next few days, only SioOO for 2 acres
of ground with a house of 8 rooms, will subdivide
to great profit; 1 square from electric line.
Hazelwood. W. A. HEBRON SONS, 80 Fourth
FOR SALE-LOTS IN THE BAUM GROVE
Plan, iront on wide avenues: all streets
curbed, sewered and flagstone sidewalks with
grass plats: this plan Is situated In the center of
East End and has all the advantages. MELLON
BROS.. EastFnd. or JOHN F. BAXTER, Agent
FOR SALE S1X-ROOMED TRAME AND
hall: lot 25x106. painted and papered, only
five minutes from cables and East Libert) station:
desirable neighborhood: monthlv payments, S300
down, balance (14 per month: prlrcf!,400. H. 51.
LYNN, No. lFrankstown ave., Denholm build
ing. East Liberty. no5-76
FOR fa ALE-HANDSOME HOME FOR S3. 300 ON
very reasonable terms; street and sewer Im
provements made: a complete brick house, late
stvleof architecture, 9 rooms, finished and con
vcnlenced most thoroughly; beautifully located
on Coltart square, Oakland. Full particulars
from W. A. HERRON bONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE - F1VE-ROO MED HOUSE AND
hall: newly papered and painted: lot 25x100,
from street to street: desirable neighborhood,
only five minutes from cables and East Liberty
station: on monthly payments, $300 down, balance
!15permonth; price 1.800. H. M. LYNN. No. 1
r raukstowu ave., Denholm building, JEast Lib
FOR SALE OAKLAND AVE , FINEST SPOT
on the street lot S!xl20; fine two-story and
mansard brick dwelling of 7 larfc rooms.
hall, vestibule, front and rear stairs, slate
mantels throughout tile hearths. Inside
shutters, bay window, bath and w.c,
chandeliers, cemented cellar, fine range,
stationary washstands, front and rear porches, ce
ment walks: excellent scweraec; $8,000, ALLEs
BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. lei. 167. no5-51
FOR SAl.E-3 ACRES GROUND, GLENWOOD,
froutlng Second ave.. with a brick dwelling
of 8 rooms and 4 attic rooms: only five minutes
walk from station: well adapted for manufactory
ur poses. BLACK BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 2D
FORSALE-S BRICK HOUSES, ALLEGHENY,
2 on Koblnson of 9 rooms, bath. h. audc.
water, both gases, etc., and 3 on Rose alley, 4
rooms and attic; each all well sewered. BLACK
jaiiuj, w x onrin ave. -a-mi noa-.
FOR SALE-57,000. CONSIDERED CHEAP, A
dcslraule Allegheny residence. No. 203 Junl
atta st : lot :4xl29 ft : a good brick hnnse: 6 rooms
and attic: late Improvements. See W. A. HER
RON SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. oc22-61-tuf
FOR SALE-COMPAHAT1VELY NEW SIX
ROOMED dwelling, with all modern conve
niences and In thorough repair, situate on Gar
field avenue, Allegheny: price (A3C0 cash. Ad-
urvss I'nui rjts.1 1, .uisuabcH uuice. noz-oi-TT&u
FOR SALE AT A GREAT KEDUCTION
trnly a bargain: only (6,000: a good brick
bouse: 9 rooms. In first-class order: late Improve
ments; well located In Fourth ward, Allegheny,
bet l . A. HEBRON A SONS, 80 Fcirth ave.
FOR 8ALE-4JAKMONT-MODERN DWELL
ING 8 rooms, attic, bath, fine dry cellar,
slate mantels, marble and tile hearths, stationary
sideboard, electric bells, gas, water, large lot;
S4.500. CHARLES bOMEBS CO., 313 Wood St.
two-story frame bouse of 5 rooms and attic,
with two large lots of 48 feet front each by 155 feet
deep. In Mlllvale borough, on a good street: price
only 2,500. C. BER1NGLR SON, 103Fourthave.
FOR SALE-CHOICE SEW1CKLEY RESI
DENCE iiroperty: modern uwclllng. 11
rooms, baft, lnsiile w. c, hardwood mantels,
handsome tile fireplaces, laundry, nat and art.
gas, house supplied with filtered water under
pressure, concrete sidewalks, stable, etc.: large
grounds, shaded with fine old forest trees; excel
lent neighborhood; houses all set back 50 to 100
Icet from street; also fine building sites, with
same advantages as to location and surroundings ;
trains ran on express time at the hours most
needed by business men. SAMUEL W. BLACK
4 CO., n Fourth ave. noJ-11-TT
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-ATEDGEWOOD, FBAMEHOUSE,
8 rooms, with 1 acres ground, 5 minutes
from 6tatlon; a bargain; 7,5C0. W. E. HAM
NETT, 404Smlthfield street, Pittsburg, and Wll
klnabnrg. Pa. no2-30
FOR SALE-CHOICE BUILDING LOT ON
Colwell street: 23x100; SLOOO. CHARLES
bOMERS&CO., 313 Wood st. no5-33-TWrS
East End Lots.
I7OR SALE-20 BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS,
! HerranHUl Park, grand view or East Lib
erty valley. CHARLES SOMERS CO.i 313 Wood
FOR SALE-J60O FOR HEBRON HILL LOTS,
Madison ave., lust at terminus or Wylle ave.
cable line, 24x100 feet. BLACK BAIBO, 95
Fourth ave. no2-65
FOR 8 ALE-BAUH GROVE-A N UMBER OF
the finest lots in this choice property at prices
away below present valuation. CHARLES
SOMERS & CO., 313 Wood St.
FOR SALE-A BEAUTIFUL BUILDING SITE
47x164 feet on paved street In Oakland, close
to Fifth ave., flrst-class neighborhood; only 1100
per foot front. BLACK 4 BAIRD, 85 Fourth
ave. 2D-2I6. 105-2
FOR 8ALE-EASr END BUILDIN43 LOTS,
40x120 ft, 1 square from Fifth and near S.
inland avenue, In College place plan, on grade,
with city sewerage: price only S2,2i)0: terms rea
sonable. W. A. HEBRON SON S, 80 Fourth ave
FOR SALE-CHOICE RESIDENCE SITES IN
tbe most attractive part of East End to be
secured by Investing In a lot in liaum Grove plan;
Investigate this plan before pnrehaslng elsewhere.
MELLON BEOS,. East End, or JNO. K BAXTER,
Agent, 512 Smlthfleld st. no3-72-T'issu
FOR SALE-1F YOU WANT A SAFK INVEST
MENT In property.and one that will Increase
rapidly In value, buyoneorthose very desirable
lots in Villa Park plan. Brnshton; ourprlces aru
low and terms exceptionally easy. JNO. F. BAX
TER, Agent, 512 Sinifhtield st. no3-71-TT8Sn
FOR SALE-LOTS ON NUNNERY HILL.
Twelfth ward. Allegheny: a few choice lots
remain In the late Robert Henderson plan on Nun
nery Hill; to secure slot here an early visit Is
necessary. A LEGGATE 4,bON, Agents, 31
Federal st. Allegheny. no5-19
ITIOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS; ISOxlM, S400 TO COO,
Belmont Place, Ingram. P.. C. St L. K. It:
streets 50 ft. wide; sewered: houses to set back 40
ft, cost at least 2, COO: terms ta down, balance 10
rer month. INGRAM LAND AND IMPROVE
MENT CO., 60 Fourth ave. (second floor).
FOR SALE BEAUTIFUL LEVEL- LOTS
street and sewer Improvements being made;
the best lots in the market for the money: terms
easy: at Aspinwall, West P. R. R , adjoining
bharpsburg, only 7 miles from Federal street
Alleghenv. bend for plans. Y. A. HFRRON
SONS, W Fourth avenue. no5-8-Tur
FOR SALE-FARM -150 ACRES; 40 ACRES
poplar, oak and hickory timber: good coal,
limestone: water; 4 acres choice fruit: frame
house, 6 rooms; bank barn; near Apollo: S40 per
acre. ED. WITTISH, 410 Grant st Plttkburg,
FR SAGBuM ACRES OF FINE LAND,
house, barn, well of water, all in cult and
fenced, near city and R. R. In the OH Belt; 2M
per acre; good terms; also several other small
farms for sale. GEU. S. MARTIN CO.. 105
Fourth ave. no5-41-TTSsu
FOR SALE-200 ACRES, 8-ROOM HOUSE, 2
barns, large orchard, l mile from station, for
f 6 per acre: sell easy payments or take other
uroperty In exchange: also 3.) acres, nice bome,
5 rooms, barn, orchard, well. etc. ; 2 miles from
Beaver: sell easy payments or exchange: send for
rarm and ex. list N. F. HURsT, Lock Box 49,
Rochester, Pa. oc31-l5-TT8
FOR SALE-FARM OF 70 ACHES NEAR DE
HAVF1N, P. W. Ry.: all cleared and In
good order; elegant buildings, orchard, etc.;
probably has oil or gas under It: boring for gas
half mile away: also an elegant farm of 100 acres
on P. L. E. Ry.. with gas well on It for (30 per
acre, and farms of all sizes In adjoining counties;
also coal, timber and farming lands ln"W. Va.
MACAW GOFF, L1M., 145 Fourth ave.
TTIOR SALE-IMPROVED PROPERTY PAYING
J handsomely In a growing Kansas city: low
Erice or exchange for merchandise. CHARLES
O.MERS CO., 313 Wood St no5-33-TWTS
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-CHEAP-AN INTERESTMN AN
oil well, nearly finished, with 500 acres, near
producing wells. Address FORTUNE, Dispatch
office. noS 93
FOR SALE A GOOD PAYING GENERAL
store at a bargain: storeroom and dwelling.
For. particulars address S. P. POORBAUGH,
Glencoe, Pa. oc8-3
FORSAI.E AN OLD ESTABLISHED WHOLE
SALE and retail tobacco business on one of
the principal streets of the city: doing a paying
business; reason for selling; going into another
business. Address TOBACCO, Dispatch office.
FOR SALE DRUG STORE-ONE OF THE
test stands on the Sonthslde, Carson st, with
a very fine established trade: prescription trade
large; an elegant opening for the right party;
stock will invoice about 25,000; on reasonable
terms. Particulars from CAMPBELL, DENNY
CO., 1507 Carson St., S. 8.. Pittsburg. no5-74
FOR 8 ALE-AT A SACRIFICE-A FIRST
CLASS drrgoods business: stock fresh and
clean: location one of the aery best In a large
manufacturing district; stock will Invoice about
S.0C0, can be reduced to 5,000; good and sufficient
reasons for selling. Those meaning business can
get full particulars by addressing P. O. BOX 50,
McKcesport Pa. no2-43-rrs
FOR SALE-NEW FIRST-CLASS STEAM
laundry: fine family grocery store with
splendid location and business, will invoice abont
9,000; smaller grocery stores. 400 to 5,000: milk
route; cigar and confectionery stores 225tofC50;
drrgoods and notion stores; feed store; 2 printing
offices: drug stores; shoe stprcs; bakeries and 100
other business chances: free particulars. BHEP
ARD CO., 54 Fifth ave. , oc25
FOR BALE-AN OLD ESTABLISHED COUN
TRY store, with a general and well assorted
stock of goods and doing a safe and profitable
business: situate In the midst of a populous and
wealthy community; postofflce established In same
building; 111 health on the part of present owner,
and anxiety to retire from bnslness the only rea
sons for selling. Particulars from J As. W.
DRAPE CO., 129 Fonrth avenue, Pittsburg.
T7IOR SALE-A WHOLE OK HALF INTEREST
J? in an extensive general store doing a large
and lucrative business In a rapidly growing man
ufacturing town on line of railroad; spacious
rooms in a brick building on the corner of the two
leading streets In the place; oldest and best stand
In town; sales about 80,000 annually, mostly on a
cash basis: no bad debts: snch a fine opportunity
as this presents to secure a monev-maklng busi
ness Is of rare occurrence- Fuller Information to
principals onlyand those meaning business can ba
obtained at our office, or sent by mall when real
name and address Is given. JAS. W. DRAPE
CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. no5-29
FOB SALE--BUSINESS PROPERTY COR.
Wylle and High st: now paying s good In
vestment For Information see W. A. HERRON
bONS, 80 Fourth ave. " no5-87-Tur
FOR SALE-SJ1I1HFIELD ST., NEAR THE
new postofflce, business property, rented to
good tenants, to pay 5 per cent absolutely net
Cf-lde certain Increase In value. SAMUEL W.
BLACK CO., 99 Fourth ave. no2-97-TTS
FOR SALE BUSINESS PROPEKTY SOUTH
Diamond, neat Federal street Allegheny: to
a prompt buyer we can sell this business houe
aud lot 20x90 to an alley, at a price below valua
tion of any bnslness propcrt equally good In
Allegheny. CHARLES bOMEBS CO., 313 Wood
FOR SALE-FKANK&TOWN AVE., E. E..
fine business location, first-class grocery;
clean, choice goods, fixtures, lease, horses, de
livery wagons; complete establishment doing an
active and profitable business; well adapted
building: large yard, stable, etc.: low rent: will
sell at Invoice, CHARLES SOMERS CO.. 313
Wood st. noS-33-Twrs
FOR SALE-FIFTH AVE. .BUSINESS PROP
ERTY, onlv S3GS ncr foot front near thi
Court House, a lot 123x112 ft. to another street:
especially adapted for stores, warehouse, light
manufacturing or any other purpose requiring
large space and down-town location: satisfactory
terms can be made. SAMUEL W. BLACK CO.,
99 Fourth ave. no2-97-TTS
FOR SALE THE MISSION CHURCH PROP
ERTY, with three lots about 60 feet front on
Lombard street Allegheny, near bead of federal
street and adjoining the spacious residence and
grounds of Colonel Andrews; to lie sold at pnbllc
sale, by order cf the trustees, on Friday after
noon. November 8, at 2 o'clock, on the premises.
Terras, etc.. Irom JAS. W. DKAPE t o . Agents
and Auctioneers, 129 Fourth avenue. Pittsburg.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Machinery ana Metals.
FOR SALE ENGINES AND BOILERS-NKW
and refitted: repairing promptly attended to.
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29
FOR SALE NOW ONE SECOND-HAND
tenoning machine, 2 surface planers and 1
sbaper, and new and second-hand engines, boilers,
lard kettles, tar tanks, bli'men valves, castings,
etc. VELTE MCDONALD, Thirty-second st
and Penn ave. lv2l-9I-TT8
FOB BALE-ON SPECIALLY EASY TERMS,
a completely equipped malleable and gray
iron foundry. In full runplng order: property is
225x160 feet: brick building, with machine shop,
patterns, etc., and Is situated within three blocks
of the switch track In the heart or St. Louis. For
foU particulars apply to JOHN GRETHER, No.
304 N. Eighth st, St Louis, Mo. oc28-3StT8
FOR SALE MACHINERY, TOOLS AND
stock-On the premises. No. 49 Water
street, will be sold at auction. November 12,
IStrt. at 10 a. It., an cxeellent lot of lathes rroin 18
to 28 Inches, swing from 8 to 16-foot bed: brass
latncs. drill presses, planer, wood-working ma
chinery, 8-Inch Saunders tapping machine, pipe
machine; lot machine and gas-fitting tools, ream
ers, taps, etc.; malleable and cast iron fittings;
gate and globe valves suitable for steam and
natural gas; bending table and furnace; flasks
and patterns of valves, flanges and fittings: also
KWUF'' mare, harness and vagon. BEES,
SHOOK CO., 46 Water street, Pittsburg. PaT
'Machinery and Metals.
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers: all sixes and styles la stock, from 4 to
100 h. p. :alt relltted: good as new, at lowest prices;
portable engines, 8 to 23 h. p. j boilers all sizes
and styles. J.S,YODNG,23Park way, Allegheny.
Pa. " ocS-80-D
FOR BALE SIXTH TJTEEKT BUSINESS
property: good building 27 ft. front 110 deep
to an alley, now rented to pay 6 per cent above all
expenses to purchaser; values are steadily grow
ing on this street SAM'L W. BLACK CO.. 99
Fourth ave. no2-87-rrs
Horses. Vehicles, Live Stock, tfce.
FOR SALE COMBI.SATION HORSE: DARK
gray, vcrr tonnr driver. IS hands hlirh. six
years old: has all tin gaits. Call at 608 WOOD
OR SALE-tVERY FINE WORK HORSE. 7
years old: weight abont L40O pounds: also one
buggy mare: wju sell reasonable. Call or address
89 WATER ST.. PlttsbhrsT. noVSS
TO LET-BUMiER ST., NEAR FIFTY-SEVENTH,
very nice new 2-story brick bouses
of 6 rooms eac:
:n. i. bi. rtua.iuua sua. nu
TO LET-CORNER FIFTH AVE. AND FIFTH
St., three-sjiory brick house, nine rooms: ail
conveniences: unexcelled location for lodging
bouse, offices or professional men; Immediate pos
session. SAM'L V. BLACK. CO., 99 Fourth
ave. . ' no3-u
East End Residences.
10 LET-HOJSE OF 14 ROOMS, STABLE
and outbulldlnasi laree grounds: on Neirlev
avenue, near Penn avenue cable cars. Inquire of
mwibi KUura3,atuuverB.KODerts wire Co.,
TO LET-ELEGANT RESIDENCE IN ALLE
GHENY, No. 133 Franklin street: contains
eight rooms, good hall,- bathroom, w. c. both
gases and all modern Improvements, with nice
grounds. GEO. K. BOTHWELL, Ho. 104 Frank
lin street, Allczlicnr oc34-39
TO LET-CHOICEST,RESIDENCEIN BELLE
FIELD, clots tb cable line, 14 large roomt,
bath, both gases, all conveniences: reasonable
rent till April. BLACK BAIRD.DS Fourth are.
Offices. Desk Tioom. 3tc
TO LET-IN THE-UEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING, 75, 77 and7 Diamond street two or the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be found In the
city; rent f200and 10 per-anuum. Including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam heating.
Apply between 10 x.'u. and 1 P.M.. or between
2 and 4 P.M. v' JT23-67
ERSONAL -4 ANOTHER GREAT CUT-
Solld cold-filled ease American watches for
ladles 15 51, for gents. 16 60 and (18 50: sold by
-watch clubs for ?33. B. E. ARONS, 65 Fifth ave.
PERSONAL- ADMIRED BY ALL- 'VOLTAIC
Diamonds:" brilliancy warrsnted or stones
replaced free of charge; they become more bril
liant by washing. IV E. ARONS, Sole Agent 65
Fifth ave. noJ-131
PERSONAL HAVE YOU SEEN LEVI'S
bookstore? Do yon know we bave new books
as well as old? Do you know we have the largest
stock of old books west ot the Allegheny Moun
tain!? LEVI'S BOOKSTORE, WO Liberty St.
PERSONAL 'HIS LOVE SUDDENLY KE
lUKNED recently they had not been on the
best of terms Owing to a little family tar occa
sioned by the wife Insisting on being allowed to
renovate his wearing apparel, and which, ol
course, was done in a bqnjfllng manner; In order
to prevent tbe trouble they agreed to send all
their work bereafterto "DICKSON, the Tailor, 65
Fifth ave.. corner Wood at., second floor, and
now everything Is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns In their household. Telephone 1558.
T OST-BLACK ANDWHITK SCOTCH SHEP
JLi HERD dog; answers name of Dan. A suitable
reward will be paid If left at No. 7& WASHING
TON ST., Allegheny City. not-93
T OST-DIAMOND RING, TTFFANY SET
JU TING, Sunday, Nov. 3: on Smlthfleld at or
lonrth ave.: finder will-be liberally rewarded.
GREEN BROS., 402 Smlthfleld st. n 05-73
LOST-I CAN BET "VOLTAIC DIAMOND"
stones in any klndof rings, eardrops, studs,
etc.,' that you may bave in use; their equal has
never been Jrnowntcajl and examine them. B.
E. ARONS. 65-FlMl ave;. -Sole A gent. Ho3-lSt
EOUND-THAX VOLTAIP DIAMONDS ARE
taking the place of genuine diamonds; their
Ulancy is positively guaranteed. Prices as fol
lows: Eardrops, 2 80 and art; pins, 2 and np;
rings, S3 75 and np: studs. S3 25 and up; all solid
gold. B. E. ABONS.&) Fifth ave. no3-131
Important to. the pnbllc The stock ot
a large drygoods Importing house,
over J156",O0o worth of foreign
CARPETS, "BUGS, ,
J DRUGGETS, Etc, Etc,
BY AUCTION AT
J. H." BORLAND'S
LARGE AND SPACIOUS COMMISSION
Nos. 723 and 725 Liberty street,
at the bead of Wood street, opposite
tbe Arbuckle block, commencing
MONDAY, NOV. 4, 1889.
Bales will commence daily at 10 A-lt,
2 P. H. and 731 P. it., aud continue
from day toMay until the entire stock
is disposed, of, and in quantities to suit
the purchaser. ,
This is without exception the largest sale of
Flue Drygoods, Carpets and Rugs ever offered
in Pittsburg, and Is Tvell worthy the attention
of the public generally Tbe entire stock
must be sold regardless of cost or price in
order to make a prompt "settlement with the
All goods sold at this sale positively guar
anteed and warranted as represented.
Special accommodations provided for ladies.
BY HENRY AUCTION CO.
A T AUCTION TUESDAY MORNING,
A. November 5, aj 10 o'clock, at 3U Market st
Fine walnnt chamber suits with, round class
mirrors, walnut and oak chamber suits with
polished wood a'nd marble tops, chiffoniers,
wardrobes, decorated toilet, ware, (llnncr and
tea sets, hair and huak; .mattresses, Turkish
rugs, willow and rattan rockers, feathers, fine
parlor suits, brusels and ingrain carpets, cur
tains, desk, bookcases, sideboards, China
closets, extension tables dining chairs, bed
steads, bureaus, washstands, stores, springs,
linoleums, druggets, cooking ntensils.nmps,
cornices, lounges, couches, pictures, clocks,
HEURY AUCTION CO. LIM
nc&sS ' Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALE-CHOICE east ENr)
lots 40x135 feet, J". W. Arrottplan, Grazier
street, near Fifth ave
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1889,
new Fifth ave. station, P, R. R. and electric
road, within one minutes' walks very resonable
terms: trains leave Union depot at 2 and S
o'clock. BLACK fe BAIRD, So Fonrth ave.
BY HENRY' AUCTION CQLIM.
SP E CI AL AUCTIONSAL&-WEDNES-DAY
MORNLVG. NoremberO, at the rooms.
No. 311 Market, street
Fine line of stationery, trimmings, notions, dry
goods, ladies' wraps, fancy goods, dress goods,
all-wool country blankets, eta, etc Sale posi
tive for cash.
HENRY AUCTION CO, LTM.
i ' ,- . Auotleaee
Lawbkncb Bank of PrrrsBinto, I
Pittsbiiro.Pa.. October 28, 1889. i
ELECTION-THE ANNUAL ELECTION
for nine directors or this bank will tw held
at the banking house en MONDAY, November
1L lSSS. between thu hours, of 1 and 3 o'clock P,
M. JOHN HOERR, Cashier. oc30-10
BIJOU THEATER TO-NIGHT-EVANS
& HOEY IN
A PARLOR MATCH.
Election returns will be read from tbe stage
to-night Week, Nor 11, Bartley Campbell's
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
MR. SOD SMITH RTJSSELL.
"A Poor Relation.';
Wednesday Matinee and Saturday Night,
Next week-"A Midnight Bell." nol
TXTORLD'S MUSEUM. ALLEGHENY.
Week commencing November 4,
BASS, the Ossified Man.
Many curios. Clever theater entertainment.
Every afternoon and evenlne.
BARLOW BROTHERS' MINSTRELS.
Week November 11-ZO-ZO.
TTTARRV W1LL1AM8' ACADEMY
To-night, Usual Matinees,
The Bntz-Santley Novelty and Barlesqua Co.
ANTHON Y AND CLEOPATRA.
ioS-2 LA TOSCA'S RECEPTION.
Piney Woods Hotel.
Season opens December 4. 1889.
M. A. BOWER, Proprietor.
For circulars, rates, eta, address
WM. E. DAVIES, Manager, Thomasville, Ga.,
or F. A BUDLONG, Windsor Hotel, N.Y.Clty.
PITTSBURG ART SCHOOL, ESTAB
LISHED 18SI, offers advantages of a
tnoroagn Academic Bcnooi or
Art, combined with private in
struction; each pupil under
Joint direction, of George Het-
zei (Dusseiaori Acaaemyj, jonn
w. Bcattv iMnnicn Academy i.
Stndents who cannot attend daily
may enter for limited number of
days a week. For prospectus address
JOHN W. BEATTY, Principal,
auS68-TUS 413 Wood street Plttsbure.
PROPOSALS FOR CRANK-8HAFT FOR
U. S. 8. Brooklyn, at Navy Yard, Norfolk.
October 29, 18SV Sealed proposals, Indorsed
"Proposals for Shaft, etc., to be opened NO
VEMBER 28, 1889 will bo received at the Bu
reau of Provisions and dotblnp. Navy Depart
ment, Washington. D. C, until 12 o'clock noon.
November 26, ISS9. and publicly opened imme
diately thereafter, to furnish and deliver at the
Navy YardrNorf oik, Vs., a crahk-sbaf t for tbe
U. a 8. Brooklyn, within 120 days from date of
contract. The weight of the shaft will be about
7,500 pounds. Bids will be received for lu
manufacture of either steel or iron. If of steel,
the metal must be made by tbe open-hearth
process, and must conform to specifications
wblcb, together with blank proposals, etc., will
be furnished upon application to (be Bureau.
Tie bids decided by lot Tbe Department re
serves the right to reject any or all bids not
deemed advantacreons to the Government
JAMES FULTON, Paymaster General. U.S.
PROPOSALS FOR MATERIAL RE
QUIRED for use in tbe construction, at
the Navy Yard, Brooklyn. N. Y.. of the
machinery for two cruisers of abont 8,000 tons
displacement each. Navy Department Wash
ington. D. C, October 6, 18S9. Underauthorlty
conferred by the act of Congress making ap
propriations for tbe naval service, approved
September?, 188S (Statutes at Large, vol.' 25,
page 472), sealed proposals are hereby invited
and will be .received at this department.untll 12
o'clock noon, on WEDNESDAY, the 6th day
of November, 1SS9, for furnishing and deliver
ing the following classes and quantities of ma
terial at said navy yard, for nse ia tbe con
struction of said cruisers: Class 30. Fnel for
foundry. Anthracite coal and oven or kiln
coke, abont 100 tons ot each. Class 35. Pat
tern maker's lumber. About 37.060 feet
Class 38 A Finished and rough-turned' steel
shafting. Crank, thrust and" propeTlecCsWM.
Class 3SB.-Corruzated steel fttraacei Plrty
six In all. Class 88 C Condenser tube sheets
and packing. Eight tube sheets, about 38.068
glands, and about 35,000 cotton-tape packings.
Class 39 A Ana-friction metal. Five thou
sand pounds. Class 39 B. Pig tin. Ten thou
sand pounds. Class 39 C Steel castings.
About 100 tons. Class 42 Pig iron. Three
hundred tons. Class 44 A Steel plates for
boiler shells. About 200 tons; trimmed to
shape. Class 44 B. Firebox steel and flanged
plates. About 125 tons, trimmed t o shape and
flanged. Class 44 C. Steel rods, shapes and
forgings for boiler bracing. About SO tons.
Class 44 D. Steel engine forgings. Abont 100
tons, comprising connecting and piston rods,
valve-gear. etc. Class 63 A. Boiler tubes.
About 8,600 lap-welded or seamless-drawn
steel tubes. Class 63 B. Condenser
tubes. About 15,000 seamless-drawn brass
tubes. Class GS Steel rivets. Abont 30 tons
of open-hearth or Clanp-Gnfflth boiler rivets.
The tons of the material berein called for to
be of 2.240 pounds each. All of said material
to be ot such detailed dimensions, weights
ana snapes as may ue required, ana to do deliv
ered at such place or places in said nayv yard as
may be designated by the commandant thereof.
The material to be delivered promptly In ac
cordance with the requirements of the sched
ule. All material to be of domestic manufac
ture, and to be accepted only after passing
such tests as may be prescribed therefor by
the Secretary ot the Navy. Proposals must
be made in accordance wi:h forma which will
be furnished on application to tbe Bureau
ot Steam Engineering, and any one or
more of the classes designated may be
embraced in tbe same proposal, but no bid for
a portion of a class will be considered. Each
proposal must be accompanied by satisfactory
evidence that the bidder is able to furnish and
deliver tbe material for which he bids; also, by
a certified check; payable to the order of tbe
Secretary of the Navy, for an amount equal to
fiveper cent of tbe bid. The check received
from tbe successful bidder will be returned to
him on his entering into a formal contract for
tbe due performance of the work and giving
bond for the same, with satisfactory surety, in
a penal sum equal to twenty-five per cent of tbe
amount of his bid; but in case he shall fail to
enter into such contract and to rive such bond
Vlthm twenty days after notice of tbe accept
ance of his proposal, the check accompanying
such proposal shall become the property of
the United States. All checks accompanying
proposals which are noc accepted will be re
turned lmmediatelyaf ter tbe award shall bave
been made. A schedule of the material re
quired and all other Information essential to
bidders will be furnished on application to the
Bureau of Steam Engineering, Navy Depart
ment Proposals must be mads in duplicate
and Inclosed in envelopes marked "Proposals
for material for machinery of cruisers Nos. 7
and 8," and addressed to the Secretary of the
Navy, Navy Department Washington, D. C
The Secretary or the Navy reserves the right
to reject any or all bids, or the bids on any
class or classes as. In bis judgment the inter
ests of the Government may require.
B. F. TRACY, Secretary of the Navy.
TOTICE IS HEREBY GIV EN THAT THE
J reports of the Board of Viewers of Street
Improvements on tbe vacation of South Elev
enth street from Murell street to tbe Mononga
hela river, and Gorman (formerly Virgin) alley,
on tbe Southslde, from South Eleventh street
toonth Twelfth street, hare been approved
by Councils, which action will be final, unless
an appeal Is filed In tbe Court of Common Pleas
within ten (10) days from date.
PITTSBURG, PA, Nov. 4. 1889, noW
VfOTRJE IS HEREBY GIVEN THATTHE
iS reports of Viewers on the opening of. Jn
wood street, from Frankstown avenue to a 40
foot street: Murtland street, from Penn avenue
to Chancer street: Dallas avenue, from Penn
avenne to Frankstown avenue: Joel's lane,
from Grandview avenne to Omaha street and
Fleury alley, from Alurtiand street to the city
line, bave been approved by Councils, which
action will be final unless an appeal is filed In
tbe Court of Common Pleas within ten (10)
days from date. E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Publlo Wort.
Pittsburg, Pa-, November 1, 1888. nol-88
October a 1E89.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THATTHE
Bureau of Health of the city of Pitts
burg has this day established and provided,
and doe hereby designate the foot of Seven
teenth (17) street in tbe city of Pittsburg; at
the Allegheny river, and Clark's dumpboat
immediately above the north end of the South
Tenth street bridge. In ttidtyof Pittsburg,
on tbe Monongahela river, as the places where
are to be received and deposited tbe contents
of all privies as they shall from time to time be
cleaned and emptied, and all other offensive
aubstahwSS found upon tbe pnbllc highway.
THOMAS W BAKER.
Superintendent of the Bureaa of Health.
41 Seventh avete, - -
jam ABTSKTisrazxra w
CARllirf VA7 Dl API x. rn f'
99 Fourth Avenue,
Real Estate Agents. Established 1S7O
Renting and Collecting a. Specialty.
STOKE BOOMS ETC
SI nilK.ITMM . donhte U-StorV briCK '
....... -- .Ih.1... JAvWI. SLM T.. ..
Second ave., near Bobo, X acres; Kjjt sid-nut V?-.
fiver front: sheds, oaces. etc. Sl.30yr. .. ,-,
Wood st. 204 and 205, 2d floor wareroout SS&sft. 4
wnn 1 omce sun cictbmm, iuww w
Cor. Strawberry and Cherrr alleys, 1 B., thir ga
noor, juxai. witn power, f j -w-U- 9
asanas a ininn.t a u, lonrta aoor, i.n, n
143 Kt t. nnr Xnrth v AUechenr. 1 X.
first floor: suitable for bakery! oven, gas. etc,.!
tJftvMLT nlort Hisyyil
143 last st, t room, U floor, 40x40. 130 yr. ; iulf-Tl
able fir light manufacturing. - ' VS&
4B jrinmmer street, z store rooms uu ynwum :
rooms, fipcr mo.
Diamond ., basement under Boley's Hotel; ft.
ryth ave. & Wood st.; offices, single and-la inrlssr-
in tne new s story ".Eisner umiainj;-' 1111a jm
ave. entrance; Crane elevator, steam heat r Va
janitor services, etc jfloor plans can be teens $;?
mis omce. 1
"Penn Btilldlnr " Penn ave.- near Seventh ft." 'i'-
oflces. single or In salts In the elegant new s ,..-'
story Dnuamr. z urane elevators, oe ana. .
janitor services: rents exceptionally low. "fi
'""rr.T!";.-"i -..1 m -"-
.Hamilton euuaing. rntaave.;omce, uw ooart ,
Room No. in: lSxlG: CO pernio.
Fourth ave.. 1&. 2 K. 1st floor. SSOOyr.
Water st, lO, front office. 2d floor. UxSOL SKIyr.
Water st. 143. front offlce, 2d floor, IS It. so.
Office room, KOBUseU Block, fifth, floor, 18x22, fiVi
101 Fourth ave.. seeond floor rear. X offices. B0 too.
Same as above, 1 room, second floor front flClao. -
Pinta Pawn awa an ft "BMitH trvssf SfAFVwiena '
sard residence, 9 B-, hall, bath, h. and c. 'f ',
water, maroie juioku. range. nMuuuuse, j
cellar. In rood order. SL200 VT. 1- ff
SSBoss st, a-story brick dwelling 13 E.. finely. j.a
11 nlshed. In good order, 8900 yr. l
J vicaroj Bt -tor7 uric, 9-a.9 nu, etc.; -j
2V?rknitrlf.bt.- iK.. all. eti!.' lUrnn. f" I
216 Center are., Mtory 7K., mod. lmp.,frontsnI yfti
rear varus; sjj do. ' Jf'-i
Herron ave., opposite water basin. S-roosied.,"
rnmhAni v. ti . CIO HlmA. --
XC7 Thirty-eighth st, 2nd floor. 2 B. and attic: S
Bluff st, near College, 2d floor. I E. in Walter's,
EOBIdwell si.. 2-storr and mansard. 10 S..
mod.imp.rpoM. March or April, ItSO; 300 yr.v'i'fl
ana water rent. - taj
Irwin ave., above Washington ave,new 4-roomedj
framnhontii. SlSmn. ?T
Tr.ln v .stn .. thnr. yTT IL.flrtmMt tlVfeSfl
honse. 822 mo. - 'fi
as Rebecca st-J-sty brick, S E., attic S3 mo. . $g
asoou xriamona St., f-sty, jk.. o mtf.
245 Madison ave.. 2-sty brick. 4 B., IS mo.
IA JIUSkSS.t a-9wVJ AAUJGt fM UIVj - Tlfcl
Woodland ave.. Eleventh ward, ttoryfr.. 'X
1 acre ground; S15 mo. 't-"s,,
aeuaAnaii., z-siory xr.r a u. ; o mo. (j
EAST ZSD DWEbUaQS.
Neilev ave.. frame dwelllnr. 14B.. all mod. tm..i
finely finished, sttble, earriaje house, gree
honse. outhouses, etc . IL30O yr. !
v.itit i. fnim virth ktil. a k.. larsaiat. 'e
fruit and shade trees. Boon. ijj
33 Penn ave., near Megley, 2-sty brick. SB.. SSfk
mo. , . . . ?,l-i
Aurelia st, near uenniston aves-atorj otn t fc ,
halL etc.: ta mo. r J
Thomssst., flomswood. JK.; S3mo. i
1S17 Wharton st. 2-sty, mansard. B attie; SH ,
1102 Virginia ave., Dunuesne Heights, near In
cline, z-sty, )&fpii mo.
cor. fine ana ninui su.. a m uor; iw wo. -
SOS XdXiuns uey. is. ana aitcnenri'' mo.
B. t O. E. K. DWELMJI G3
Hazelwood ave.. Hazelwood, Twenty-third. wd.VS
12 minutes from sutlon. 2-story br.. 7 R. and 2
finished attics.; mod. Imp., large grounds: Sttl
Benova.st. Glenwood, 5 minutes from station, 3
storiMx.. 4 Jt and attic: tto mo. . ir
Bazelwoodt Twenty-third ward, riowers ave.SJl
iUItmcx su, J-story ir., 9 a. ; fi mo.
a-.a'v M.TC.Int tj IWImrnn nr BTr1ra& 1
, satlons. 2-stonr br. residence, 12 R all mo f
imp.; large ana nanusoine rrounas; now do. a
copied by MrsvEobers S. Davis; a very'nwdJI
erne rent to a auou Kuwii ywm. . uuw. um
rAnwarth station. 2-str. mansard. 11 K,. aUf
mod. Imp.. large rrounds, fruit and shel
trees; occapiea aj jius aiur wj.
VTnTn ... KUi.vne! hmndsoma reslaenee. 148.
elcrant-y flnUhed and all mod. Imp. : lot lcj
290: choice fruit and shade trees, etc., eta.
27 Granville st, brick stable for 2 horses and er
riare entrance, siwvr. iwm
Stem Ferry Boat. IM i Of mh
The above named Side-Wheeled Steam Tenjr
Boat will be offered at pnblto aacttea,. XK
o'clock, on SATURDAY. November 8. Msa?
tbe wnarr. in tne city 01 vrneeiiBe. one
measures about 65 tons, is Wieet long, at jeeci
wide and three in depth; guards six feet. Wa F
last inspected September 20. 1S80.
TERMS One half, ana so much more as Ska
purchaser may elect to pay. cash, the residue Is
four and eight months, purchaser to give h4a
notes with security to be approved by trmst .h
J. XT. XiWlilU,
SIXTH AVENUE DYE WOBBV
M. IAY SONS & C0.,i
H'l'flAJU. UHUna AJXU OI.UUiU.JM 1
And general renovators of textile fabrf en, lv j
dies' ana gentlemen s souea or jaueo. (numuiw.
neatlv cleaned or restored In color, CurtdM
of every description carefully attended to.
M. MAY SONS & Co.
JeU-TTS 86 SIXTH' AVEPitaburji; Pa."
E WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD-
Watches, clocks, ie welrr and sllverwarsLj
etc. etc Finest qualities. Lowest pries teg
tha two cities, at WILSON'S JEWEXRTl
BruKtoii' ourta ave i-iiuDurg. jmswiim
repairing etc a specialty. oc5B-TT
Mis and ElEctric En.
But few of the many people In this great 1
tude. Immense Improvement rapid grawtsr "
and enhancement of the now most deafer.
able residence district within our cMy
limits, witnmaj aaya tne new xakw
otreei xiaiiway wui 00 ia operauoa wu
nectinguaxianaoquare ana tne city ivuv
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Scenta. Oakland Square Is a beautiful"
park around which runs wide streets pave?
with aspbaltum and sewered rree or com m
the purchaser of one of the beautiful dwell
inzs faclnc: the sauare. a brief description of
wHtoh I t.M fvan Till nf hrflr iv Av' I d
work; two sizes 8 and 9 rooms, balls, bath.
inside shutters and w. c's, Candsoaw slats -1
mantels, tile hearths, sliding doors, rw
and both gases. Also electric ltehtteg
paratus, large porches, cemented ceHws,?
nne cuauaeuers, urga im, et& acwae,
small cash payment down, balance UWpec'H
annum. Fourteen of these dwelllafs bAvej
been sold to representative nusisess Best, .
ijiBuuacwuiuucu iu iwmii ua iw
postoSce to the square Is but 17 lata
thus giving ample time to go hoaa ret
ner. See tbe square before buyfaag e4a.
SAM'L W. BLACK & CG3
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