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"5" A Eich Country Opened by the Con
' . flnence and Oakland Koad.
B H1SERALS IN THE MOUNTAINS.
The Begion Famous for its Hunting and
Trout Fishing Grounds.
PITISBUEG WILL HEAP THE BENEFITS
The valley of the Youghiogheny from
Conflueme to Oakland, for scenic beauty
and picturesqueness, is probably unsur
passed in the State ; and as for its mineral
wealth, great claims are made for it by the
inhabitants. Its growth of hemlock, oak
and other varieties of trees on the mountain
sides can be seen, so that there is no doubt
about its lumber capacity. As a mountain
summer resort there are many places along
the beautitnl river from Confluence to its
headwaters that far excel other losalities
that have become famous for their salubri
ousness and height above the sea, and as.
havens of rest for the sick and weary
and trysting nooks for youths and
maidens in the throes of love's
agony. The Tough river itself from Con
nellsville through the mountains is a beau
tiful Btream.but from Confluence to Oakland
the rer braces itself, becomes regular in
its flow, and the wild country through
which it passes only adds to its attractive
ness. The waters swarm with trout, and
the track of the deer can be seen frequently
at the water's edge. "Wild tnrkeys strut
through the hills, and eat the scanty
growth ot corn planted in rocEy clearings
by the hardy mountaineers.
OPENING A NEW COUNTRY.
But what makes this valley particularly
interesting to I'ittsburgers at this time is
the opening of the Confluence and Oakland
Railroad, which was built by T.
Bayard Henry, Colonel Crawford
and other Philadelphia capitalists.
It is strange that so beautiful a valley
should have been shut off so long from the
outside world, especially from the world of
railroads; yet the famous Katioual pike,
which was once the beast of the State, run
ning from Wheeling to Cumberland, pene
trates this region, and is crossed by the rail
road at SummervilK The road, of course,
as not what it used to be when the mount
ains resounded with the coachman's horn
and the crack of the cattle drover's whip.
3?or some years it has been sadly neglected,
and the rough stones protrude through the
earth, making it anything but passable and
soothing to the nerves of travelers. The
pike bridgu acrcss the Yough river at
Summerville is a marvelous structure and
a model. It was built in 1818
and the inscription says that it was formally
opened on the Fourth of July, when doubt
less the population, for miles around, in
cluding stray Indians, gathered for a holi
day. The bridge is still in perfect condi
tion, not a stone is out of place or plumb,
and they adhere together in as compact a
mass as on the day on which the bridge was
opened to the public The little village of
Summerville nestles on the high ground
just across the river, and it consists of a
few houses, the typical country store and the
public tavern. The chief business man of
the town, it is stated ,a lew years ago had
never been in Somerset, the county seat, and
there were actually some people, so the
natives claim, living in the Yough Valley,
who had never seen a passenger train until
the one passed over the Confluence and
Oakland on the opening day.
A BOAD TO OAKLAND.
T. Bayard Henry is much attached to the
village ot Summerville, and he and his
handsome young wife manage to spend a
delightful month there in the summer. It
is the intention of the railroad company to
push the road through to Oakland, on the
main line of the Baltimore and Ohio. The
-Jine will bring this mountain resort within
a few hours' ride of Pittsburgh, and tend to
develop that stction ot the country, which
is rich in mineral wealth. Along
the Yough river the veins of
coal can be seen cropping out
through the hf33s, and here and there the
Inhabitants have opened a few banks for
their own use, and then abandoned them
for lack of transportation. The peode
claim that the Connellsvi'le veins run
through this section, and if this be true, it
will some day mate a good coke region and
s rival to the Connellsville field. But the
topography ol the sections are so different
In the present coke regions the coal lies
-under the level farms that have been rained
bv the black smoke for all agricultural pur
poses. In the Yough Valley the coal is
in the hills and monntains. At any rate,
Mr. T. Bayard Henry and Colonel Craw
ford propose to see what the beautiful val
ley contains, and if there be coal and iron
ore in the hills, as claimed, Pittsburg wil.
reap the benefit ot the find.
WEALTH TJNDEE THE HILLS.
Mr. Henry and Colonel Crawford are en
thusiastic as well as shrewd business men,
and they are satisfied that their judgment
as to the richness of the country is correct
Mr. Henry is a great Sunday-school worker,
and he has completely won over the
The other day, at the opening, when, with
nis white slouch hat under his arm, he ad
vised the people wherever he spoke to im
prove their roads, his remarks were indorsed
with a yell c enthusiasm.
The party from Pittsburg were rovally
entertained in the little log club house that
was built last summer at the terminus
of the road. It stands on a ledge
overlooking the river, and a more pictur
esque spot in the wilderness it would be
hard to find. The view up the river is cut
off somewhat by the nigh hemlock trees that
tower above the club house. Colonel Craw
ford stated that he intended to construct a
bridge across the river at this point next
summer, so that the mountains opposite can
be reached. Jnst below the club house is a
hole in the stream about 20 feet deep, and a
gray-haired gentleman in the party from
Somerset, who formerly lived in the Yough
Valley, said that about 40 years ago they
pulled out of the hole in one haul of a net
2TOT SO NUilEEOTJS NOW.
This feat has never been performed since.
In those days be stated there were no laws
regulating the catching of fish, and tie
natives slaughtered the speckled beauties
by the thousand. The stream still abounds
with the finny tribe, but the population has
not been so numerous since the modern dis
ciple of Isaak Walton has gotten in his
In the neighborhood of the log clubhouse
a pet deer comes down every night to drink
. at the river. The men have" learned to love
the animal, and they often watched for its
coming. It wouldn't be healthy for the
hunter in that region who, perchance, should
bag.it as first-clas3 game. His shot would
be an unlucky one for himself if that deer's
friends should lay their hands on him.
-Even if the people in this mountainous
region have been cut off from railroad com
munication and a daily paper, a few days
old, is a luxury, still they are bright and
intelligent The good old weekly sheet is
found in their homes, and if only a week
behind the trend of current events, they are
not so far in the rear of the world after all.
For Hard Drinkers.
Dr. Flint's remedy is the only safeguard
which hard drinkers hare against the blunting
or loss of sensation, the derangement of the
sense of taste, hearing and sight and the stimu
lation of the emotions which hard drinking
brings. Descriptive treatise with each bottle:
or address Mack Drug Co., N. Y. mw
Don't let whisky get the best of you, but
get the best of whisky. Klein's Silver Age
rye only 51 SO per full quart For sale
everywhere. Ask lor it mwp
Quench your thirst with F. & V.'s
Pittsburg beer. There's not a headache in
a barrel of it Telephone 1186.
THE STAGE DEFENDED.
Her. Dr. Townsend Like Play-Aetlng and
Commend the Work of the Press.
Bev. Dr. Townsend, of the Unitarian con
gregation, preached yesterday morning on
"The cradle of morality, the press, school,
home and stage." In his remarks Mr.
Townsend said that the American home is
an inspiration of the moral sentiment
Home is the most heavenly place on earth,
and a heaven without homes would only be
a sort of celestial boarding house, where the
hash would only be a little less of a'mystery
than it is here. Mr. Townsend said that he
was glad to say a good word for the stage,
as so much discredit had been thrown upon
it by the church. The stage has
its foibles and its weakness, but
on the whole its influence is
ennobling. A good actor is always a moral
teacher. Booth and Barrett stir not only
the intellectual but the moral depths of our
nature, and even the lighter plays of Beed
and Sol Smith Bussell tell the simple story
of human life and touch i the heart By the
power of a noble actor memory becomes in
carnate, art becomes living and poetry takes
form. The past on the stage becomes the
present, and in its ideal representations we
behold what we may become. If it is said
that the province of the theater is to please,
I agree. But innocent pleasure is moral
and happiness is next door to holiness.
But it is said go behind the scenes. Yes,
but is the stage the only institution that has
its back door as well as front door? There
are pulpits and churches which might not
look so well if we went through the back
door instead of the front
Mr. Townsend spoke of the moral influ
ence of the daily paper, and of the church,
and said that work was the great sacrament
of human life, it invokes tbe moral senti
ment, and at last it is the moral life ot a
people which saves its industrial and intel
lectual life. Without it industry, art,
genius all perish.
FIXED $5 APIECE.
Magistrate Brokaw Disposed of 21 Cases
In His Bailiwick.
Magistrate Brokaw meted out justice in
small doses to 21 men at the Twenty-eighth
ward station yesterday morning. Twelve
of them were the prisoners captured in In
spector McKelvey's raids on gambling
houses. They were each assessed 5 and
costs, while the two proprietors of the places
raided, William O'Neill and John Aman,
are held for a bearing this morning on infor
mations preferred by the Inspector.
George Linder, a young married man who
assaulted Anthony Bingy on Carson street
Saturday night for insulting Mrs. Linder,
was discharged and Bingy was fined $5 and
costs. The others were of the usual Sunday
morning variety and received the customary
THE BOOMING EIVEE,
High and Rapid Water, and Mnch Coal
The river is up to a booming height, and
the coal operators are getting out their fleets
as rapidly as possible. The harbor was very
lively yesterday. The boats of Walton,
Brown, Wood and others were as busy as
they could be. The high and rapid stream
is bringing down with it much floating tim
ber and logs. Men were kept at work all
day, with long poles, clearing away the
debris which collected against the barges
anchored .along the shores. Last evening
the water was over 11 feet high in the har
bor, and rising.
THE SAFE DEPOSIT CO. OF PITTSBUBG
No. S3 Fourth Avenue.
In another colnmn of our paper will be
found the card of this company, and it is
safe to say that no other institution of the
city is more worthy of public favor than
this one. Keeping pace with the rapid
growth of our community, its building has
been recently remodeled and enlarged by
the addition of three stories, and is, in
architectural design and finish, one of the
finest structures of the city. The building
was most carefully constructed, and is
fireproof throughout The offices on the
different floors are supplied with every con
venience. A fine elevator renders access
easy to all the offices. The lighting of the
building is of a superior character, tbe com
pany owning its own plant The main of
fices of the company on the first floor are
being remodeled, and will be among the
finest in the city. The main vault is one of
the largest and most secure that has ever
been built, and contains a large number of
safes of different sizes which the company
offers for a yearly rental of 55 and upward.
All holders of bonds, stocks, securities of
all kinds, records, etc., should avail them
selves of the security and protection thus
Another and the leading feature of this
company is its fiduciary business, and its
entire freedom from all speculative transac
tions peculiarly commends it to the public
inthis capacity. Incorporated in 1867, it
brings to bear the experience of nearly a
quarter of a century in the management of
estates and trusts of all kinds. It acts as
executor, administrator, trustee, guardian
and all fiduciary capacities. Having a
perpetual charter ana ample capital full I
paid, it is thoroughly equipped to settle and
control estates and trusts. To thoughtful
minds, an impersonal administration
is the best, as an institution such as this, ex
pressly devoted to this business, has large
experience, stability, undoubted security,
and every facility for the proper manage
ment of the trust confided to it
The Industrial Watch Club of the West
inghouse Airbrake Co., Allegheny, have
given their contract forwatcb.es and chains
to Henry Terheyden, the manufacturing
jeweler of 530 Smithfie.ld street, Pittsburg,
who has agreed to famish them gold watches
and gold chains for either ladies or gents,
at prices that cannot be equaled. They can
now be seen at his store, where he has also a
large and choice stock, of goods usually
found in a first-class jewelry house, and is
now selling at the closest margins, jnyp
A FORTUNATE LADY.
She Draws a Card That Wins an Everett
Cabinet Grand Piano.
Miss Grace Hubbard, Market street, Al
legheny, is the lucky member of the Everett
Piano Club this week. She held card No.
33, and selected one of those beautiful
French walnut cased instruments, which
have no superior for elegance, finish and
tone. The club plan is proving very satis
factory, as it gives its members a chance to
get one of the best pianos in the market
upon payments of $1 per week. One in
strument is drawn each week, but if sub
scribers do not care to wait their chance
they can arrange to take their piano at once.
Alex. Ro3s, 137 Federal street, Allegheny,
Pa., is the manager for this district. Send
The Great Success
Of the genuine imported Johann Hofi's
Malt Extract as a tonic nutritive has
caused a crowd of fraudulent imitators to
come into the market. Beware of theml
The genuine has the signature of "Johaan
Hoff" on the neck of every bottle. Eisner
Si Mendclson Co., sole agents, 6 Barclay
street, New York.
$1 OO November Last Month SI 00
For fine cabinets at 1 00 per dozen, at
Aufrecbt's Elite'Gallery, 516 Market street,
Pittsburg. Elevator. Fine crayons.
Tho Pirn-Americans Are Gone,
But Marvin's Pan-American oyster crackers
are with us and are delighting thousands of
people. Ask your grocer for them. MWS
Don't let whisky get the best of yon, but
get the best of whisky. Klein's Silver Age
rye only 1 60 per full 'quart. For sale
everywhere. Ask for it inrr
"The cup that cheers'; is the one filled
with F. & V.'a Pilsner beer.
I. M. CtA. AMOAL MEETING.
Kev. Mr. Tnojrart Mndo a Stirring Address
Jnst 4,000 Associations In the World
Thirteen Hundred in This Country.
The twenty-third annual meeting of the
Toung Men's Christian Association was
held last evening in the First Presbyterian
Church, Wood street The attendance was
very large, every seat in the spacious church
being occupiedThe meeting was conducted
by Mr. J. F. Bobinson, President of the as
sociation. The anthem was sung by the
church choir. Following was a prayer by
the Bev. George T. Purves, D. D., and the
reading of the annual report of the associa
tion by Mr. Bobinson. Alter congregational
singing an address was delivered by the
Bev. Samuel! A. Taggart, who was the first
State Secretary of the Young Men s Chris
tian Association in Pennsylvania, and held
that position for 17 vears.
Mr. Taggart said that the Young Men s
Christian Association is only a little over
45 years old. The first association was
started in June 1844 in London. They
sprang up in;this country after the war and
in 1865, and for a few years afterward, be
came familar to the people. The tide then
set backward, and for a time it looked as if
the movement had met an apparent death.
Then there was an uprising, the organiza
tion of better associations from the ashes of
the old followed, and they have come to
stay. There are now 4,000 associations in
the globe, and nearly 1,300 in the United
States and Canada, and 120 in Pennsylvania.
Tbe colleges and universities have 300, and
the railroads 75. In all the large and small
cities, and even villages, they are finding
Continuing he said that the Young Men's
Christian Association is not the church, nor
a rival to the church, but an aid to it It
was not formed for the advancement of mis
sionary work, nor to send forth evangelists
as many think. It is a specialist
The Young Men's Christian Association
is a Christian agency for specialism. Its
especial mission and definite work is for
young men by young men, Jt works on the
old principle of set a thief to catch a thief.
It sets a young man to catch a young man.
Youug men, he said, can be divided into
three classes: First, Christian young men;
second, young men who are vicious, and
who are reprobates, etc, and third, the
largest class, who are not Christians, nor
are they vicious or depraved, but who are
careless and distant They form the largest
number, and are principally wage workers.
The attention ot the church has mostly been
directed to the two smaller classes, and not
particularly to the large majority, or third
class, though it is from the latter that the
ranks of tbe church must be recruited. This
class is the one for the work of the associa
tion. It is lrom them that the ranks of the
vicious are recruited. They don't get bad
suddenly, but are gradually led away.
A CATHOLIC L1TERARI CIRCLE.
Tbo Second Meeting of the Father Matthew
The second meeting of the Father Matthew
Association, of this city, will be held Wed
nesday evening in the old parochial school
building in the First ward. Invitations
have been sent out to the better class of
Catholic young men of the city, and it is ex
pected that 50 members will be on the rolls
in a few weeks. The organization has been
lormed with the hope of uniting the more
intelligent Catholic young men of this city,
for the purpose of encouraging the total ab
stinence movement, so highly recommended
by the Holy Father Leo XIII., and also to
assist by mutual interchange of views,
friendly discussion, reading of essays, etc.,
to cultivate a taste for reading and study
among Catholic young men.
In connection with the association will be
established a reading circle. This will be a
branch of the Columbiana Beading Circle,
a national institution organized by the
Catholic World. It will be run on the same
plan as the Chautauqua Circle, and wilt
embrace the literary 1 eatnre of the Associa
tion. Two meetings will be held each,
month. At one of these papers will be read,
followed by a general discussion. The other
meeting will be an open one to which the
public is invited. They will take up a regular
course of study. This will embrace the
history, sciences and social questions. At
the meeting Wednesday evening Father
Canevin will read a historical paper. The
officers of the society are: Kev. M. M.
Sheedy, Spiritual Director; James A.
Burns, President, and Bernard O'Toole,
Take no "just as good." Get the genu
ine Salvation Oil. It relieves pain instantly.
iTice, 20 cents.
Thanttsirtnc la Coming.
Don't bother to bake fruit cake or make
plum pudding. Marvin's Wedding fruit
cake and Golden Fruit plum pudding are
made from the finest selected fruits and are
simply delicious. Order from your grocer.
TIatj't lot wliiolrw frot tha lioct flf win hnf
get the best of whisky. Klein's Silver Age
rye only $1 50 per full quart. For sale
everywhere. Ask for it. mwf
Quench your thirst -with F. & V.'s
Pittsburg beer. There's not a headache in
a barrel of it. Telephone 1186.
VTOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS THE
1M annual meeting: of tho stockholders of the
Pittsburg Traction Company will be held at the
office of the company. No. 310 Fifth avenue, on
MONDAY, November 18. lbS9, at U o'clock A.
2C, for the purpose of electing noven directors,
to serve for the ensuing year, and f orsuch other
business as msEr come before the meeting.
GEO. L. McFARLANE, Secretary. no&63
OP THE MEMBERS OF THE PITTSBURG
BY A RESOLUTION OP THE COMMIT
TEE appointed by the board of directors,
a meeting of tbe members of tbe Pittsburg
Library Association is hereby called, at the
rooms of tbe Library, for MONDAY, Novem
ber Jl, at Z-30 p. M., to have laid before them
the present grave crisis in the affairs of the
association, growing out of tbe pending fore
closure and sale of tbe Library Hall building,
and to take such action as may be deemed best
by them to protect the interests of the Library.
Tbe attendance of all tbe members of the
Library Association who feel an interest in the
preservation and extension of tbe library's
work, is earnestly requested. The present
juncture may by earnest work on behalf of the
library, be converted into the means of pre
serving the building to its original public pur
pose and of providing an ultimate endowment
and revenue for the library, which will enhance
its usefulness very much. If the effort on be
half of the library is neglected it will probably
result not only in the loss of the builaing, but
In tbe entire extinction of tbe library. The
members are earnestly requested to cive their
presence and counsel in this crisis.
T. BRENT SWEARINGEN, Pres't.
C. G. MILNOR. Sec'v. no9-99-D
AT AUCTION-TUESDAY MORNING,
November 12, at 10 o'clock, at tbe rooms,
No. 311 Market street, a large consignment
which must positively be closed out so as to
settle with owners. Fine parlor suits, almost
new: gentlemen's easy chairs, Turkish couch,
oak dining room suit, embracmgleather chairs,
10 feet extension table and handsome sideboard
and buffet; decorated dinner service, brussels
and ingrain carpets, rugs, fine walnut and oak
chamber suits, bed springs, hair and husk mat
tresses, pictures, clocks, bookcase for corner,
library table, cabinet desk, laundry and kitchen
goods, etc., etc
No postponement of sale.
HENRY AUCTION CO., LIM.,
AUCTION SALE-FOR ACCOUNT OP
whom it mav concern, 10 bonds of SS00
each of the New York and Westmoreland Gas,
Coal and Coke Company at the rooms. No. 311
Market st, TUESDAY, Nov. 19. at 3.S0 o'clock.
HENRY AUCTION CO., LIM., Auctioneers.
Office Westbbn Insurance Co.. 1
Pittsburg, November 2. 18S9. r
TJtLECTION-TriE ANNUAL ELECTION
J2i for IS directors of this company, to serve
for tbe ensuiner year, will be held at tbe office
on TUESDAY, the 12th inst between the
hours of 1120 A. K. and 1 P. M.
noWS-D Wit P. HERBERT. Secretary.
M PECTSBTIRG-, t DISPATCH, t.,
tSDisplay adveriltejnenu one dollar per
tgxuxre for one intertion. Clatsifled advertttt.
menit on this page nucha Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, etc., ten cent, per line for each inter
Hon, and none taken for let than fifty cent.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following plaqes,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except whero
advertiser! already have accounts with THE D1S
THOMAS MCCAFFREY. S5o9 Butler street
EMIL O. STUCKEY, 24th street and renn ave.
E. Q. STUCKEV CO., Wylle are. and Fultonst
N. bTOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. TV. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER & 5HE1BLEK, 5th av. Alwood St.
JACOB SPOHN. No. 2 Carson street
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carson street
A. J. KAERCHEK, 9 Federal street.
II. J. McBRIDE, Market House, Allegheny.
FREDH. EGGERS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut st.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. IV. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PERRY M. GLEIM, Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
W. W. FLOCKEB, Stationer, No. 4 Grant ave.
THE DISPATCH HAS OPENED A
BKANCH OFFICE FOB THE SOUTHSIDE
AT NO. 1220 CARSON STBEET. WHERE
ADVERTISEMENTS, NEWS AND SUB
SCRIPTIONS CAN BE LEFT. BOTH FOR
GENERAL EDITIONS, AND FOR THE
SPECIAL SOUTHSIDE ISSUES PUB
LISHED EACH SATURDAY.
WANTED-WOOI) TURNER. APPLY J. F.
& J. L. SCOTT, 43 Water It. noll-23
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS BARBER. AP
PLY JOHN B. ROESSLEB,at 3709 Fifth
avenue, Oakland. noll-U
WANTED-A MAJf WHO UNDERSTANDS
pickling sheet steel. Address, with refer
ences, P. O. BOX 29. nolD-41
WANTED-A GOOD BAKBKR. APPLY AT
M. LEIMNUER'S, SS Irwin ave.. near
Jackson St., Allegheny. noll-11
TTTANTED-A FIRST-CLASS STEEL LETTER
YV cutter: good wages. Address MATTHEWS
4 ZINN, 70 Third aye., city. nolO-62
WANTEU-50 LABORERS AT CAR STABLES,
cor. Herron ave. and Thirty-third St. Ap
ply on work. BOOTH &FLIN&.. nolO-126
XTTANTED-A YOUNG MAN THATHAS HAD
V some experience In the barber trade. In
quire at 103 OHIO ST., Allegheny. noll-22
WANTED -FOUR FIRST-CLASS STEEL
molders: steady work;no strike. SHARON
STEEL CASTING CO.. Sharon. Pa. nolO-13
WANTED - NON-UNION MOLDERS BY
UNHED STATES ROLLING STOCK CO..
Annlston, Ala. Steady work and good wages.
WANTED-FOUR FIRST-CLASS STEEL
molders: steady work; no strike. Address
SHARON STEEL CASTING CO., Sharon, Pa.
WANTED - TIN AND SHEET IKON
workers: steady work for cood men. Ap
ply at one-to S. KE1UULEY & CO., 305 and 3)7
Ross st., Pittsburg. noll-31
TTTANTED-AGENTS-A NEW NOVELTY-
W the public gone crazy; Johnson's puzzle:
how New York won tho pennant; sample, mall, 15
cents, stamps. 22 ANN STREET, N. Y. noll-32
WANTED AGENTS IN ALLEGHENY.
Bearer. Lawrence, tvestmorrland and
Washington counties to sell a household necessity.
Address A. K. MARTELL, 411 Smlthfleld St.
WANTED-STOCK CLEBK-A PRACTICAL
young man as stock clerk and packer In a
wholesale notion house. Address, stating age and
reference, INDUSTRIOUS, Dispatch office.
WANTED-GENTLEMEN WHO DESIRE A
wife or a lively correspondent to send their
address and stamp to THE AMERICAN CORRE
SPONDING CLUB, Box 613, Clarksburg, W, Va,
TT7-ANTED SALESMEN IMMEDIATELY
W in every town and City: good salary or
commission paid; steady emplovment. Address
H. V. CLARK & CO., Nurserymen, Rochester, N.
WANTED 150 LABORERS FOR RAILROAD,
pipe line and stonequarry; 50 coal miners,
20 coal shofuers, 2 carpenters, farm and gardeners.
No. 640 Grant street. AUGUST P. OEISLER,
General Agent. nolI-34
WANTEO-SALESMEN FOB FINE LINE OF
quick-selling, labor-saving specialties
seeded by everv retail dealer: exclusive territory,
and big commission given. W. B. PERSHING,
Boutn Bend, Ind. oc25-S5-uwr
WANTED -AGENTS -"DODGE'S HORSE
blanket bolder:" keeps the blanket from
blowing or sliding off the Horse; nothing like It In
the market: every horse owner buys: sample by
mail 25c. STAYNER Ss CO., Providence, K. I.
WANTED-LABORERs WANTED IN NEW
Orleans 200 able-bodied men to ship as
crew; wages 60p?r month and board; to reliable
men steady employment will be given. Apply to
M. N. WOOD. Coast and Latausche Line, No. 2
Canal st., New Orleans, La. ocl6-42
VTJANTED-SALESMEN AT 175 PER MONTH
V salarvand expenses, to sell a line of silver
plated ware, watches, etc.; by sample only; horse
and team furnished free; write at once for full
Eartlculars and sample case of goods free. STAN
ARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass.
V V ING work and employers and all others
who may wish to employ bricklayers should regis
ter such wants. Tree of charge, at tbe headquarters
or the INDUSTRIAL SlUTUAL BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, S3 Fourth ave., first floor front.
Open until 9 p. u. Saturdays. oclI-Utf-Mwrsu
WANTED-AT ONCE-ONE ENERGETIC
salesman to handle our line of 60 samples in
women, misses and children's hand-sewed turns,
hand welts and McKay sewed shoes on a commis
sion of S per cent, in Western Pennsylvania and
Eastern Ohio: goods well known: samples ready.
MCCLURE, BLOESEB & EGGERT, Buffalo. N.
TTTANTED-A GOOD COOK. APPLY COR
VV NEK PENN AND FIFTH AVES., No. 6706
WANTED-G1RLS TO SEW ON ROSETTE
and badge work: call to-day. E. D.W1LT,
44S Wood St., second floor. noll-27
WANTED-A REFINED PERSON TO TAKE
full charge of a baby: references re
quired. Cal at Room 31, new DISPATCH BUILD
ING, Diamond St. nolO-16
WANTED-AGENTS-LADIE3 AND GEN
TLKMEN to sell the Perfection embroidery
and tufting machine: retails at P: a new article
that every lady will buy; so simple a child can use
It and make beautiful raised work and embroidery
on plush, velvet, etc; also handsojie Turklih
rugs, rag carpets and many other useful articles;
agents are making (10 and IIS a day selling this
wonderful Invention. PIKE & UTANSIL.L. m
Hart St., Brooklyn. N, Y. nolO-96
Blale and Pemnto Help.
TV cooks, chambermaids, dining room girls,
nurses, 100 Uouseglrls, German and colored girls.
drivers, waiters, farm hands, 1 colored boy
i Doy. ai no.
x. inuiraui ouo urani si.
TTTANTED-WAITER FOR PRIVATE FAMI-
V LY. 10 for hotel, housekeeper, Catholic pre
ferred, 100 house girls, BQcooks. lo chambermaids,
dishwasher. 2 dining room girls, boarding house
cook. MEEHAN'S, 545 Grant St. no7-D
TITANTEDDRUG CLERK OPEN FOR EN-
V GAGEMENT; experienced: registered as
manager: best reference. Address PRESCRIP-
juui 1ST, uispaicn omce. noii-ai
ANTED-A YOUNG MAN OF 18 WHO
1 npl.ln V. til . 1. 1.t .n
y f uasii jiwoimuu luii, n m not permit iuw ."
aiLeuuuigutbL-uvvi, uesires a situation eillltr a
clerk or general work in a grocery store. Address
W. H., Dispatch office. noll-70.
WANTED-MOBTGAGES IN LARGE OR
small amounts: on city or suburban Im
proved real estateat lowestrates. ALEXANDER
L,I.li 313 V OOO. St. nO (9.XWB
WANTED-TO LOAN 350,000 ON MORT
GAGES In amounts to suit, in city or coun
try, at AX to 6 per cent, as to security: uo delay.
SAMUEL W. JJLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave '
WANTED-TO LOAN 1000,000. IN AMOUNTS
of S3, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on -4)4 per cent, free or tax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK & BA1RD.
95 Fourth avenue. sea-diO-D
XTITANTED-MORTG AGES-SI, 000, 000TO LOAN
I V V on city and suburban properties at 4H, Sand
encrrent and on larms In AlleirheiiT-and aala-
cent counties at 6 per cent.
z? i. r. .. .. '. :v-..,f.r....,r
ju. jejuni. uwA. a
BON, 10) 1 onrtn avenue,
WANTKD-TO i,OAN 130.000 ON MORT
GAGES: 10O and upward st S per cent;
500,000 at iii per cent on residences or business
property; also in adiolning counties. S. H.
FRENCH. 1 Fourth avenue. . oc2l-4-D
WANTED-?5C0 to S500.000-TO LOAN ON
mortgages, 4K. 5 and C per cent. JAS. W.
DRAPE CO., U9 Fourth ave., .Pittsburg. Tele
phone No. 975. noH-fil-JTSVFS
in large and small amounts at 4H. S and 6
Ttpr rpnt IVM of State tAT! nn riplav HtfKIIB.
tuiLtd; uu im x ourin ave.
.Tr..--n-.-T.- ... .. ".. 7 -
- MONDA, - yQ.YEMBEB '
ImTANTED TO BORROW 13,000 ON CITY
VV property valued at S3, 500 and Southern
property valued at (2,500. Address Z., Dispatch
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over H000; 4 per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER 4 CO., Fourth avenue.
WANTED-TO BUY A PONY. WELL BRO
KEN forcblldren's use: Shetland preferred.
WM. A. SIPE, 83 Diamond st. nol0-17
TTTANTED TO LOAN S43.00O IN SUMS TO
VV suit on first mortgage. Save expense by
addressing PRIVATE, Dispatch office. nolO-42
WANTED-HIGHEST SPOT CASH PRICES
paid for second-hand furniture, carpets and
household goods of all kinds. 1211 PEN M AVE
WANTED-TO BUY OR LEASE A LARGE
business property (or ground on which to
build); state particulars, location and price In
strict confidence. BOX 470, city. PQ8-91
"IaTanted-persons to know that by
VV agreeing to pay fl per week you can get
!)OS6esslon of fine gold or silver watches, clocks,
ewelry, diamonds, silverware, etc. J.M1TSCH,
30 Federal st.. Allegheny, Pa. el2-MWTsu
WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER. 96 Fifth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that be Is making fine cabinets at 1 50 per
dozen; pbotos delivered when promised; lnstan-
tinMini mnMae. Tnhl3-ft
FOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-ON MAGEE STREET. COR. ANN
street, 3 very desirable lots; only $6,000. See
W. A. HEBRON & SONS, 60 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-A 9 PER CENT NET INVEST
MENT: a quick sale desired to settle an es
tate: 3 large brick bouses; lot 40x80 feet. Tunnel,
near Fifth avenue. See W. A. HERRON & SONS,
80 Fourth avenue. no6-67-irrh
FOR SALE-FINE INVESTMENT-5 BRICK
bouses with corner lot in tliecltr,half square
from Pean avenue, rents about 1.500 annually,
will be sold to pay 8 per cent net. JAS. W.
DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth ave, Pittsburg.
FOB SALE-GIVE US A BID: WILL BELL AT
a bargain to olose an estate: two brick
houses of 7 rooms eacHl one of 6 rooms; lot 60x114
ft. (room yet to build one bouse In tront). on Vine
St., Eighth ward. See W. A. HEBRON 4 SONS,
OK SALE-THE HANDSOME RESIDENCE
of Washington Beck. Esq.. No. l.Ml Sidney
street, Southslde: 2-story brick or 8 rooms: fin
ished attic; good cellar: oath; range; both kinds
of gas and other modern conveniences; verysub
tantlally built and nlcelyflnlshed; nil in excellent
repair; on the rear, fronting on an alley, a good
4-room frame house, lot 24x120 feet; location de
sirable; will be sold at a sacrifice. I. M. PEN
NOCK & SON, 105 Fourth ave. no9-94-MWS
Cast End Reaiaencem.
FOR SALE-ON LEXINGTON AVE.. NEAR
Lincoln ave., 2i acres::good frame house of
5 rooms: elegant water: finest of fruit In abund
ance: only S5.7S0. THOS. LIGGETT. No. 114
Fourth ave., no9-57-jnvrssu
FOR SALE-J6.00O-A NEAT HOUSE.7 ROOMS,
well improved: lot 69x127 feet, on Emerson,
near Alder St.. between Hlland and Shady ave
nue, East End. W. A. HEKKON 4 SONS, 80
Fourth avenue. nolO-68-MTh
FOR SALE-A NICE 6-ROOM DWELLING,
almost new, in the East End, near public
school and cable cars: good lot, with side entrance:
price only 2,600. on easy payments; Immediate
possession. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 12) Fourth
ave., Pittsburg. nos-M-D
FORSALE-15.800 EACH-2 ELEGANT BRICK
houses on Niagara street, near Craft ave.,
Oakland: 8 rooms, all tbe latest Improved con
veniences; no expense has been spared to make
them complete: close inspection Is Invited: large
lots: Tou should see them. BLACK BAlltl). 95
Fourth ave. 2D-31. nolO-65
FOR SALE-THE VERY BEST AND MOST
complete brick houses for the money offered
for .ale In either city: only 6,300 brick bouses
wellbullt: latestyle of architecture; 9 rooms, hand
somely finished: complete to smaller details; street
and sewer improvements made: location first
class, on Coltart square, themostdeslrablepartof
Oakland; send for particulars. W. A. HEBRON
4 SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. no4-4-UTh
BOR SALE-250 CASH, BALANCE SMALL
1 monthly payment, for 5-room Queen
Anne dwelling, ball, porch, vestibule, lot 24x129,
one minute from Second ave. Electric Railway:
price 2,600; we have sold several large pieces of
ground here to concerns employlcg a consider
able number of men, and Increased values In
real estate will naturally follow. SAMUEL W.
BLACK & CO.. 99 Fourthave. no9-91-OTfS
FOR SALE-EAST END-A FINE NORTH HI
LAND ave. dwelling containing 10 elegant
rooms; all conveniences: tbls is a very desirable
home, complete In all respects; only a few min
utes' walk from both cable lines, and a short dis
tance from East Liberty station: lot 55xU8; elc;
i ated above tbe street; the price has been re
duced to a very reasonable figure. BLACK &
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. Ja-143. nolO-63
FOR SALE-IN THE EAST END-BEAUTI-1'UL
nAf residence, with corner lot, near
cable cars and R.R.statlon: 8 nice rooms, finished
attic rooms, bath, lavatory, w.c, laundry, natural
gas, wide hallway, with nfche at entrance; porch,
with piazza covering the entire front; a most de
sirable proDerty: everything almost new; baa
been occupied oniy a shot time; will be sold at a
bargain on easv payments, with Immediate pos
session: carpets will be sold with the house If de
sired. Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO.,
129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. uoS-87-D
FOR SALE -OAKLAND, FOURTEENTH
ward: but few of the many people In this
great city have any conception oi the magnitude,
immense Improvement, rapid growth and en
nancement of the now most desirable residence
district within our city limits: within 30 davs the
new electric street railway will bo in operation,
connecting Oakland Square and tbe city (via the
traction road) for tbe nominal fare of 5 cents:
Oakland Square Is a beautiful park around which
run wide streets paved with aspbaltum and sew
ered free of cost to the purchaser ot one of the
beautiful dwellings facing the square, a brief de
scription of which Is here given: Built of brick,
by day work, two sizes, 8 and 9 rooms, balls, bath.
Inside shutters ana w. c's, handsome slate man
tels, tile heartbs, sliding doors, range and both
cases:, also electric lighting apparatus, large
porches, cemented cellars, fine chandeliers, large
lot, etc.: terms, small cash payment down, bal
ance 500 per annum; 14 of these dwellings have
been sold to representative business men; the
time consumed in running from the postoffice to
the square is but 17 minutes, thus giving ample
time to go home for dinner: see the square berore
buying elsewhere. SAM'L W. BLACK 4 CO., 99
Fourth ave. , no8-95-D
FOR SALE-M.8C0-ON LACOCK ST., NEAR
Craig St., house, 6 rooms; gas. nat. gas and
water. A. D.WILSON, UFederal St., Allegheny.
FOR SALE-SS.00O-FINE RESIDENCE ON
Washington street Allegheny, near Parks;
all conveniences. W. W. MCNEILL 4 BRO., 105
Fourth ave. nolO-53
17IOR SALE ELEGANTMANSION. 11 ROOMS,
? large lot, shade trees and shrubbery: Wash
ington street, Allegheny; will be sold at a bar
gain. W. W. MCNEILL 4 BRO., 105 Fourth ave.
XTOR SALE-ON SHEFFIELD ST., FINE 3
1 STOKY brick dwelling: 10 rooms, finished
In the latest and best manner; has all modern
conveniences: front porch, good yard, side en
trance and fine brick stable; a rare chance to se
cure a first-class home.- A. D. WILSON, 55 Fed
eral St., Allegheny. nolO-6
FOR SALE-THE SALIiOF THE PROPERTY
on Lombard street, Allegheny, was adjourned
to-day, on account of the rain, until Tuesday,
Nov. 19, at3 o'clock; there are 3 lots 60 feet front
and a church building, which can be arranged for
3 or 4 dwellings, and would pw 12 per cent. Par
ticulars from JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO., 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. no9-59-D
FOR SALE-A FINE RESIDENCE, WITH
corner lot, on the parks. Allegheny: excellent
location: residence almost new and replete
throughout with all modern appliances: a
very desirable point for a city home on theparks.
Particulars and permit to examine the property
can be obtained from JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO., 129
Fourthave, Pittsburg. U08-87-D
FOR SALE A SPACIOUS RESIDENCE
property In Allegheny, one square from
Western avenue cars and convenient lo theparks;
10 large rooms, with natural gas, bath and lava
torial appliances, all In prime order throughout;
beautiful double lot, with large open space front
and side, alley in the rear; stable and carriage
house; this property can be bought at a great bar
gain on account or owner being a non-resident.
JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO., 129 Fourth avenue.Pltts
FOR SALE-LAUREL STATION, P., F. W. 4
C.Ry.,11 acres of ground, 2 dwellings 1 of 12
rooms, all conveniences; the other Is a new house
containing 8 rooms with modern conveniences,
handy to station; this very desirable place will be
sold very cheap and on easy terms. BLACK 4
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 211-69 no 10-05
FOR SALE-SUBURBAN HOME-32-MINCTE
ride ana Walk from Union depot, Pittsburg;
Broad St.. Sewlckley; brick dwelling of 10 rooms,
modern conveniences; lot 47x203 ft.: lawn and
fruit; also, adjoining property, 89)ix220 ft., with
frame dwelling of 7 rooms, nat. gas, city watr,
etc; will bo sold together or separately; terms
adjustable. A. W. ADAIR, Room 708, PennBuild
lng. Penn ave noS-37-D
f OR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE-CHEAP LOTS EASY TERMS;
Forty-fifth st., city, Avery St., Allegheny,
Klrkpatrfck ave.. Allegheny, Cbartiers boro;
buy now: you will pay mora In tbe spring. W.
W. MCNEILL 4 BRO., 105 Fourth ave.
TJH)R SALE-FARM -125 ACRES: 65 ACRES
A7 good limber: good brick dwelling. 10 rooms;
large framo barn; near R. R. and town: best situ
ate farm in State; S40 per a. ED. WITT1S1I, 410
Grant St.. Pittsburg. no8-n
FOR SALE-FLORIDA ORANGE GROVES
plne apple cocoanut, banana and orange and
lemon grove lands; cottages to let: we sell our
own lands and can make terms to suit purchasers.
Send for circular to B. D. COULTER, Attorney-at-Law,
Orange City, Fla. nolO-37
FOR SALE A GOOD FARM OF 53 ACHES,
one-hair mile iromrallrod station and near
one of the best county towns in Western Pennsyl
vania; land all tillable and mostly In sod or 'grass,
is well watered, excellent large orchard, abundance
of Small fruit, good vineyard, comfortable dwell
ing house, sbeds and other outbuildings; natural
gas mains within a rew rods of the house. 1 erms,
etc, fronr JASi W. DRAPE 4 CO., 12S Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg; . noO-60-aws
East End Lots.
FOR SALE-OAKLAND LOTS ON ROMEO ST.,
Boundry St., Jonealre st. and Sylvan ave.:
250 and 30O each.' BLACK 4 BAIRD, 95 Fourth
ave. 2D-217. nolO-61 ,
FOR SALE-BUILDING LOTS FORFOO, ONE
square from cable cars, on Howe, near Roup
street: terms easy. W. A. HERRON 4 SONS. 60
Fourth avenue. nolc-GS-iiTh
FOR SALE 2 ACRES OF BEAUTIFUL
ground, almost adjoining the Schenley Park.
Twenty-second ward, for S9, 000 ir sold quick. W.
A. HERRON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-650-LEVEL BUILDING LOTS,
on grade, 15x100 feet. SCO reet from Home
wood station, P. R. R.; location desirable; terms
easy. W. A. HEBRON 4 SONS, 60 Fourth ave
FOR SALE-HERRON HILL".LOT3 1800 EACH.
Madison ave.. Just at tbe terminus of the
Wylle ave. cable line: this is a good place to buy
for a home or investment. BLACK 4 BAIRD, 95
Fourth ave. nol)-63
FOR SALE-AT BRUSHTON STATION,
choice building lots 40x140 feet to 20-foot
alley; prices from iooto S40O per lot: no city taxes:
with the Improvements now under way, these lots
will enhance rapidly In value. JNO. V. BAXTER,
Agent, 512 Smlthfield st. noll-3-MWP
FOR SALE-10 ACRES OF THE MOST BEAU
TIFUL land In theSqulrel Hill district, within
SU) feet of the Schenley Park, and having a front
age on three streets; this is without doubt the
best property offered In the marktt for a plan of
lots. THOS. LIGGETT, No. Ill Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-THE CHEAPEST LOTS WITH
greatest advantages are the Banm Grove lots;
no extra cost for sewers, grading, curbing, stone
walks, etc., easy or access: tprlces low: terms
easy, and monev to build If desired. See MELLON
BROS., East End, or JNO. F. BAXTER, Agent,
M2oraithfleld st. noll-4-itrh
FOR SALE-A FEW CHOICE LEVEL LOTH, 25
xl35 feet each, fronting on a 60-foot street In
the East End, and only 3 to 5 minutes walk from
the 1". K. U. station: will be sold In blocks of S to
10 lots, on good terms and low prices; these lots
are selling rapidly and will enhance In value very
soon. For particulars call on or address KELLY
4 ROGERS, No. 6315 Station St., East End.
FOR SALE-LOTS AT GLENWOOD: CON
VENIENT to the station and Second Ave.
Electric Hallway; graded streets, sidewalks, city
water: bouses and lots for sale on monthly pay
ments. GEORGE a BURG WIN, ISO Fourth ave
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
Business ' Chances.
FOR SALE-LEASEHOLD, LICENSE AND
furniture (20 rooms) of a good hotel In
Yonngstown, O. : price reasonable: possession at
once. THUS. LIGGETT, 111 Fourth ave. no9-56
FOR SALE-A HALF INTEREST IN THE
best paying photograph gallery In two cities.
Talk quick lfyou mean bus. and address, with
nameln fuU, PHOTOGRAPHER, Dispatch office.
TJIOR SALE -SEVERAL FINE GROCERY
J stores, large and small, at low prices: cigar
stores, small drygoods stores, confectioneries, bak
eries, launary, leca store, mux: aenots. ooaruing
houses, printing office etc N. B. We have
customer with 5,000 or more capital who will take
Interest In good paying city drygoods business.
SHEPARD 4 CO., 54 Filth ave no9
FORSALE-BUSINESS PHOPERTY-A PROF
ITABLE Investment: large and substantial
brick building, cor. Federal street and North ave
nue. See W. A. HERRON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth
P OR SALE-A FINE BUSINESS PROPERTY
on one of the best avenues In the city with a
front of nearly 100 feet, extending along a cood
street to an alley: one of tbe best sites for the pur
pose of erecting business houses, retail or whole
sale. In the city. Particulars from JAS. W.
DRAPE 4 CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-A GOOD BUSINESS PROPERTY;
brick house ot 8 rooms and storerom: Is situ
ated on the corner of two good streets In tbe East
End and is occupied at present by a grocer who
does a basinets or from iacooto 5,000 per rear;
will be sold cheap if sold soon. For terms, etc.,
call on KELLY 4 ROGERS. Real Estate Agents,
mo. 6315 Station at.. East End. nolO-40-uwsa
FOR SALE-A FIRST-CLASS FULL ROLLER
mill, from 75 to 80 barrels capacity, frame
building 40x80 feet, ZH stories high, 55 horse
power steam engine, 12 sets 6x18 Dawson rollers,
10 fourteen feet reels, 4 Smiths' purifiers, dust
collector, magnetic separator, flour packer, Rich
mond bran duster, four cleaners, SO-Inch corn and
feed stone new buckwheat rolls, etc.: this
property Is situated on the line of the Pennsyl
vania Railroad at New Florence station, West
moreland county. Penna.. with a side track to
tbe mill door; it 19 in a good grain country, and
should command a good run of custom: the
present owners are not practical millers; tbey re
side at a distance from New Florence and are
engaged in other pursuits; they would therefore
rather sell the mill at a bargain to a good cus
tomer, than rent it. For terms, etc, applyto
ANTES BNYDEK, BlalrsvUle, Penna.
FOR HALE MISCELLANEOUS.
machinery ana Metals.
FOR SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW"
and refitted: repairingpromptly attended to.
PORTER FOU NDKY AN D MACHINE CO.. LIM..
below Suspension bridge Allegheny, Pa. aulo-S
FOR SALE A SECOND-HANU PORTABLE
boiler in No. 1 condition, -.with all attach
ments: certificate for 120; for sale at a sacrifice for
wantot use. Inqutre KEYSTONE LAUNDRY,
cor. Cbartiers ana Fayette sts., Allegheny.
-TT'OB SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
JD boilers; all sizes and styles In stock, from 4 to
100 b. p. ;aU refltted;good as new, at lowest prices;
portable engines, 8 to 25 h. p. ; boilers all sizes
and styles. J .S. YOUNG, 23 Park way, AUegheny.
FOR SALE HOISTING ENGINES, NEW
and second band; wire and manllla rope der
rick and fittings, hoisting tubs and cars, clay and
ore pans, engines, boilers and machinery.
THOMAS CARLIN'S SONS, Lscocfc and Sandusky
sts., Alleghenv. au5-17-KWT
OR SALE-MACHINE SHOP THE VALU
ABLE machine shop of Washington Beck,
Esq., sltnate on S. SIxteentn street, S. 8.. le now
ofiered for sale owing to HI health: lot 60x60 ft.,
with one 2-story frame building 40x60 ft. and a
one-story frame 20x60 feet, with engine boiler,
fan, 3 lines ottshaftlng, pullles, etc.: the ma
chinery Is aU first-class and in good condition;
location excellent, heretofore doing a nice busi
ness; tbls valuable property will be sold at a low
price to an immediate purchaser; an excellent
opportunity for a man of experience and means to
step Into a well established trade; tbe attention of
machinists Is Invited. Apply to I. M. PENNOCK
4 SON, 105 Fourth ave. no7-24-irrbs
FOR SALE-MACHINERY, TOOLS AND
stock On the premises. No. 43 Water
street, will be sold at auction. November 12,
J8S9. at 10 A. M., an excellent lot of lathes from 13
to 26 Inches, swing from 8 to 18-foot bed: brass
lathes, drill presses, planer, wood-working ma
chinery, 8-lnch Saunders tapping machine pipe
machine; lot machine 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
large gray mare harness and wagon. RES,
SHOOK 4 CO., 43 Water street, Pittsburg, Pa.
1 iiynDaijcr-X uh.A uc AJk auai-, -
,.. a . t wt TiTTDWirnff a i mrrriM v
Jj Beaver ave, Allegheny, Wednesday, No
vember 13. at 2 o'clock: there are bedsteads, bu
reau, sideboard, clocks, stoves, sbow case stands,
chairs, hat rack, lounge so. Singer sewing ma
chine, mirror, carpets, etc. A. LEGGATE 4
SON, Auctioneers. nolO-140
FOR SALE-BIXLIARD AND POOL TABLES.
168 dollars, and freight paid; supplied with
our quick cushions, best cloth, balls, cloth and
outfit; tbe woodwork Is richly Inlaid with finest
imported woods: tbe regular price of this table Is
S27o;'lU0 tables will be sold at these prices oniy.are
sold at maker's cost: we defy competition on
billiard supplies; write for catalogue. THE
BLOCH BILLIARD TABLE CO., Cleveland. O.
THE WEST VIRGINIA AND IRONTON
RAILROAD COMPANY, authorized to
construct a bridge over tbe Ohio river at a
point about one and one-half (1) miles above
the mouth of the Big Sandy river, hereby gives
notice of its intention on tho 19tb day of No
vember, 1889, to submit to the Hon. Redfleld
Proctor, Secretary of War, for his examination
and approval a design and drawings of the pro
posed bridge and piers, with tha maps and
other information required under the act Of
Congress of December 17, 1S72, and tbe supple
ments thereto, authorizing the construction of
bridges over the Ohio river and prescribing tho
dimensions of the same. WEST VIRGINIA
AND IRONTON RAILROAD COMPANY by
JOa I. DORAN, President. CHAS. H. MEL
LON. Secretary. PO&52-D
November 18 Tho McCaulI Opera Company
in "CLOVER." noll-H-MTTS
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
To-night, Matinees Wednesday and
A Midnight Bell.
Next Week Grand Spectacular Kajanka.
Every afternoon and evening,
THE MAGIC QUEEN.
Week Nov. 17 "A Legal Wrong." oolO-3S
TTARRY WLLLIAMj? ACADEMY
To-night, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and.
REILLY fc WOOD'S NEW BIG SHOW.
All now and novel features. nol0-9
This weekBas tbo Ossified Man; Mr.Johnny
Connors, the Southslde Play Actor. nolMlYl,
10 LET-NEAT 4-EOOM HOUSE-LARGE
attic hr nnrrh. water In kltcbenr Market
street ears convenient: only (IS. CLARENCE
PETTIT, 114 Second are., Pittsburg. nolO-147
East End Residences.
TO LET-HOiISE OF 14 BOOMS. STABLE
and outbuildings: larger grounds; on Negley
avenue, near Penn avenue cable cars. Inquire or
nENRY ROBERTS,atOJlver4Hoberts Wire Co.,
Southslde. " el9-10
TO LET-NICE 5-HOOM BRICK DWELLING,
Sandusky st.. Allegheny; both gases, w. c
etc.; low rent. W. W. MCNEILL 4 BRO., 105
Fourth ave. nolO-51
TO LET-NO. 59 FHEMONTST.. ALLEGHENY,
a very desirable house 9 rooms, lata Improve
ments; rent very low. W. A. HEBRON 4 SON B,
so Fourth avenue. nolO-67-uwr
mO LET-ON RIDGEWOOD AVENUE, ALLE-
GHEN Y. modern house of rooms, reception
hall, etc., atC2permonth:nowsterrent. ALEX-
ANDER 4 LEE7 313 Wood St.
TO LET-BRICK HOUSE OF SIX ROOMS,
finished attic bath, bot and cold water, both
kinds of gas, rront end rear porches, at 31 Fre
mont st.; immediate possession. Inquire of W.
W, KEVAN, 12 Sixth st. nolO-221
TO LET-EDGEWORTH STATION. P.. FT.
W. 4 C. K. K.. a fine two-story and finished
attic frame dwelling of 13 rooms, newly painted
and papered, natural and artificial gas, water:
good fruit and shade trees, good barn; about 3
acres of ground: within two minutes' walk of
Edgeworth or Quaker Valley stations: 150.
BLACK 4 BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. noltMJa
Offices. Desk. Boom. &e.
TO LET-CHOICE OFFICES IN THE STAND
ARD building, 531 and 533 Wood st.: large,
well lighted;1 rent low: special inducements to
early applicants. See W. A. HERRON 4 SONS,
80 Fourth ave. noS-64-nr'
TO LET-RARE CHAN CE-SrOREEOOM AND
2 dwelling rooms formerly occupied as
butcher sbop: located at 774 Fifth ave. Inquire 17
SHING1SS sT. nolO-46
TO LET-BY THE EEK-STOHEROOM. IN
cne or the best retail locations In the city;
immediate possession. W. A. HERBON 4 SONS,
80 Fourth avenue nolO-87-MWF
TO LET-PART OF BUILDING NO. 5I3S
BUTLER ST., formerly used by Fred Helly
as horse shoeing shop: good opening for a flrst
class alioer. Apply on premises. noll-33
PERSON AL-THOSE WATCHES THAT I AD
VERTISE for 15, 16 and $17 are solid 14 karat
gold filled cases with any first-class movement;
sameassoiaDywsicnciuDsatfs. a. akoms.
63 Fifth ave.
PERSONAL-HAVE YOU SEEN LEVI'S
bookstore? Do you know we have new books
as well as old? Do you know we have the largest
stock or old books west ot tbe Allegheny Moun
tains? LEVI'S BOOKSTORE. tOO Liberty st.
PERSONAL--I DID NOT THINK THEY
would stand washing, but they are now
more brilliant than ever," said a lady last week,
referring to her Voltaic diamond eirdrnn; she
only paid 1 50 for them; they are solid gold. B.
E. ARONS, Sole Agent, 65 Firth are. nolO-141
PERSONAL-HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURNED; recently they had not been on the
best or terms owing to a little family lor occa
sioned by the wife insisting on being allowed to
renovate his wearing apparel, and which, ol
course was done In a bungling manner; In order
to prevent the trouble they agreed to send all
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor, 85
Fifth ave., corner Wood st., second floor, and
now everything is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns In their household. Telephone 1553.
FOUND--1 HAVE FOUND THAT YOU SET
Voltaic diamonds In rings, eardrops, etc.
that have been worn, " said a lady the other day.
and you can lust set some in mine: tbey arejut
beautiful." B. E. ARONS. Sole Agent, 65 Fifth
T OST-THAT THIEF THAT STOLE MY STUD
JlJ thought It was a genuine diamond. It was a
'.VolUlc'Diamond." I paid B. E. ARONS, the
sole agent, only J2.75 for It; solid gold. 65 Fifth
T OST-IN HOTEL ANDERSON-AN ALLI
IJ GATOR pocketbook containing a sum of
money and papers. The finder will be liberally;
rewarded bv returning the same to the office of
HOTEL ANDERSON. nolO-148
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE
construction of a boardwalk on Industry
street, from Arlington avenue to Amanda
Section 1 Be It ordained and enacted by tho
city of Pittsburg in Select and Comnion.Coon
cils assembled, and it Is hereby ordained and
enacted by the authority of tbe same. That
tbe Chief of the Department of Public Works
be and is hereby authorized and directed to ad
vertise. In accordance with the acts of Assem
bly of tbe Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and
tbe ordinances of the said city of Pittsburg re
lating thereto and regulating the same, for pro
fiosals for the construction of a boardwalk on
ndustry street, from Arlington avenne to
Amanda street, tbe contract therefor to
be let in the manner directed by the said
acts of Assembly and ordinances. The cost
and expense of tbe same to be assessed
and collected in accordance with the provisions
of an act of Assembly of the Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania entitled "An act relating to
streets and sewers in cities of tbe second class,"
approved the 16th day of May, A. D. 18S9L
Section 2 That any ordinance or part of or
dinance conflicting with the provisions of this
ordinance be and tbe same is hereby repealed
so far as the same affects this ordinance
Ordained and enacted Into a law in Councils
this 28th day of October. A. D. 1SS9.
H. P. FORD. President of Select Council.
Attest: GEO. 8HEPPARD. Clerk of Select
Council. W. A. MAGEE, President of Com.
mon Council pro tern. Attest; GEO. BOOTH,
Clerk of Common Council.
Mayor's Office October 3L ISS9. Approved:
"WM. McCALLIN, Mayor. Attest: ROBERT
OSTERMAIER, Assistant Mayor's Clerk.
Recorded in Ordinance Book, voL 7, page 172,
4th day of November. A. D. 1869. no8
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE
. grading, paving and curbing ot Reed
street, from Overhill street to Dinwiddle street,
in the Eleventh ward of Pittsburg.
Whereas, It appears by the petition and
affidavit on file in the office of the Clerk of
Councils that one-third in interest of the
owners of property fronting and abutting upon
the eaid street have petitioned the Councils of
said city to enact an ordinance for tha grading,
paving and curbing of tbe same: therefore
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by thr
city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and It is hereby ordained and
enacted by the authority ot the same. That the
Chief of the Department of Public Works be
and Is hereby authorized and directed to ad
vertise in accordance with the acts of Assem
bly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
and the ordinances of the said city of Pitts
burg relating thereto and regulating the same
for proposals for the grading, paving and curb
ing of Reed street, from Overhill street to
Dinwiddle street, the contract therefor
to bo let in the manner directed by tbe said
acts of Assembly and ordinances. The cost
and expense of the same to be assessed and
collected In accordance with tha provisions of
an act of Assembly of the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, entitled "An act relating to
streets and sewers in cities of tbe second class."
approved the loth day of May, A. D. 1889.
Section 2 That any ordinance or part of or
dinance conflicting with tbe provisions of this
ordinance be, and the same is hereby repealed,
so far as tbe same affects this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils
this 2Sth day of October, A. D. 1889.
H. P. FORD. President of 8elect Council.
Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD, Clerk of Select
CounoiL W. A. MAGEE, President ol Com
mon Council, pro tem. Attest: GEO. BOOTH,
Clerk of Common Council.
Mayor's office, October 81, 1SS9. Ap
proved: WM. McOALLIN, Mayor. Attest:
ROBERT OSTERMAIER, Assistant Mayor's
Recorded In Ordinance Book. vol. 7, page 170;
4 th day of November. A. 1. 1SSD.
BRUCE 4 SHIELDS. Attorneys at Law,
Comer Fifth avenuo and Grant street.
ESTATE OP JOHN McKAY, DECEASED.
Notice is hereby given that letters testa
mentary on tbe estate of John McKay, late of
Penn township, Allegheny county. Pa., de
ceased, have beed granted to tbo undersigned,
to whom all persons indebted to said estate are
requested ,to make immediate payment, and
those having claims against tbe same should
make them known witbout delay.
JAMES McKAY, Executor.
0C6-61-H 1005 Liberty street, Pittsburg. Pa.
BUTCHERS AND GROCERS!
Wo are slaughtering bogs dally, and are pre
pared o furnish the trade
Dressed Hogs, Pork Loins, Leaf Lard. Saus
age, Pigs Feet, Pure Bakers' Lard, White
Lilly Brand, Trimmings, etc
DUNLEVY k BRO., 826 Liberty St.
91 AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE.
Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-7-P
H BRADY WILK3NS
, Has resumed tbe practice t tbe law.
Office. No.37 Fidelity Trust and Title. Com
easy tmildteg, 131 asd 128 Fourth aveauef Pitis-
BBfg, l, -, poll-as
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THB
.reports of Viewers on tbe opening ofvln.
wood street, from Frankstown avenue to a 43
foot street; ilurtland street, from Penn avenue
to Chaucer street: Dallas avenue, from Pens ,
avenue to Frankstown avenue: Joel's lane,
from Grandvlew avenue to Omaha street, and
Fleury alley, from Mnrtland street to the city
line, havo been approved by Councils, which,
action will be final nnless an appeal Is filed la
the Court of Common Pleas witnin ten (ID)
davs from date. E. M. BIG BLOW",
Chief of Department of Pnblio Work.
PrnsBUBO, Pa, November I. ISS9. nol-88
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING TH3
construction of a. sewer on Reed street,
lrom Oveihiil street to Dinwiddle street.
Section 1 Be It ordained and enacted by tho
city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and It is hereby ordained and
enacted by the authority of the same.
That the Chief of the Department of Publia
Works be and is hereby authorized and direct
pA tn advertisa m accorainca with tbe acts Of
Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsyl
vania and the ordinances of the said city o
Pittsburg relating thereto and regulating tha
same, for rjroriosala for tha construction of s
pipe sewer 15 inches In diameter on Reed street.
commencing at uverniu streei uicnee ainng
Reed street eastwardly to a connection vrlta
a sewer on Dinwiddle street, the con
tract therefor to he let in the manner
directed by the said acta of Assembly and or.
ainances. ine cost ana expense ox lasuun
to be assessed and collected In accordance with
tbe provisions of an act of Assembly of tho
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania entitled "An
act relating to streets and sewers In cities of
the second, class," approved the lSthdayaf
juay, a. jj. iy.
Section 2 That any ordinance or part of or-,
dicance conflicting with the provisions of this
ordinance be anutbesameisherebyrepealed
so far as the same affects this ordinance
Ordained and enacted into a law In Councils
this 28th dav of October, A. D. 18S9.
H.P.FORD, President of Select Council.
Attest: GEO. SHEPPABD. Cleric of Selecs
Council. TV. A. MAGEE, President of Conn.-s
mon council pro tem. Attest: utsu. uuuxti.
(JlerK oi common Louncu.
Mayor's office October 3L 1SS9. Anm-oredr
"WM. McCALLIN, Mayor. Attest: ROBERT; .
ui tK.MAi.t, Assistant Mayors uierk.
Recorded in Ordinance Book, vol. 7, page 177,
au aay oi j ovemoer, a. u. ibsv. sot
A N ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE' )
r paving and curbing ot Boquet street.
irom Aiwuoa street to oempis street.
WUereas.lt appears by the petition and affi
davit on file in tbe office ot tbe Cleric of Coun
cils that one-third in interest of the owners of
property fronting and abutting upon the said
street have petitioned the Councils ot said dry
to enact an ordinance for tbojnving and curb
ing of the same; therefore
Section I Be It ordained and enacted by tha
city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and It is hereby ordained and
'enacted by the authority of tha same. That
the Chief of the Department of Public Works
be and Is herabvanthnrizeii and rllrprtAd tn A-',
vertise in accordance with the sets of Asseffl-''
biy oi tha commonwealth of Pennsylvania and
tbe ordinances of the said city of Pittsburg re
lating thereto and regulating tbe same, for pro
posals for the paving of Roquet street; from At
wood street to Semple street, to be caved with
aspbaltum or vulcanite pavement, tbs coa-,-
iruub uiereior vt ua ieb in ma manner urrecteu'
by the said acts of Assembly and ordinances.
The cost and expense of the same to be as
sessed and collected in accordance with tha
provisions of an act of Assembly of tbo Com
nouwealthot Pennsylvania, entitled "An act
relatingtd streets and sewers in cities of tho
second-class." approved tho 18th day of May.
Section 2. That any ordinance or part of
ordinance conflicting with tha provisions of
this ordinance be, and tbe same is hereby "re
pealed bo far as tbe same affects tbls ordi
Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils
this 2Stb dav of October, A. D. 1S83.
H. P. FORD. President of Select Coun
cil, Attest: GEO. 8HEPPAKD, Clerk of
Select Council. W. A MAGEE, Presi
dent of Common Council pro-tern. Attest!
GEO. BOOTH, Clerk of Common Council ,
Mayor's office, Obtober3L, 1X8. Approved:
WM. McCALLIN, Mayor. Attestr HOST.
OSTERMAIER, Assistant Mayor's Clerk. ,?
Recorded In Ordinance Book, vol. 7, page 19;
2d day or'November, A. D. 1889. no9
INo. 124. 1
A N ORDINANCE AUTJE
N ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE :
jdL construction of a sewer on Wallinzford -
street from Bidweii street to Neville street , ..
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted brtM :
city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coua-i w
Cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and.!- J
enacted by tbe authority of the same. That the. jg
Chief of the Department of Publics Worksite j9
and is hereby authorized and directed to" ad-3 M
vstfla. In qitmnlifiM with tiA 4tta fit -- 3
bly of tbe Commonwealth ot Pennsylvania ad
thirordlnances of the said city of Pittsburg re
lating thereto and regulating the samoier re
posals for tho construction or a pipe sewer 'IS -di
IUVUQ9 iU UM1UCK1 VH Tl dUUJIVlU VUCS UM
Bidwell street to a connection with a sewer oa
"Neville street, the contract therefor to be let is
tne manner airectea oy ine saia acts or.
Assembly and ordinances. The cost and .ex
pense of tho same to be assessed and collected
in accordance with the provisions or anactol
the AssemDlvof tha Commonwealth of Pass
sylvania entitled "An act relating to streets ad
sewers in cities or tne second cuss," approve
Section z That any ordinance or part otiar-t
di.....M.4ii.ii.. i.fc. .1.- ..i.r . v..,.-
U1U.UHJ KUUUJ(,UU IIIU1 UIO JUUT1UUU3.VI ns
oromanco oa ana ina same isnereoyreyc
so far as the same affects this ordinance..:
Ordained and enacted into a law in Coowefts
this 23th dav of Ootober, A. D. 1589.
H. P. FORD. President ot Select C.
Attestr GEO. SHEPPARD. Clerk of Sei
Council. W. A. MAGEE. President of Cs
mon Council pro tem. Attest: GEO. BOOT:
ClerL of Common Council. T.
Mayor's Office. October 3"L 1SS9. Apwest
WMMcOALUN, Mayor. Attest: HOBsimti
No. 123. 1
AN ORDINANCE-AUTHORIZING THl
construction of a sewer on Fifty ew
street, from Duncan street to- a const seise,!
with a Sewer running through private proisy
ox uarnegiB s uow on una or. saia street i
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by 1
city of Pittsburg. In Select and Common Cat
cus assemoiea, ana it is nereDy oraaiaea
enacted by the authority of tha same. 1
the Chief of the Department ot Public Worisn
be and is hereby authorized and directed te ad
vertise in accordance with the acts of Aww
bly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. M
the ordinances of the said city of Pinsfcurf; 1
latin t thereto and regulating the same, f or m
posals for the construction of a pipe sewer est 4
Fifty-second street, commencing at DuusemV
street: thence northwardly to Holme? street: MB
inches in diameter: thence to Natrona alley. 38V
inches in: diameter, and from thence 3(-uiest
sewer to a connection with a
running through tbs private proper:-
oi iarnegie a to. at toe i
side of the A. V. R. R.. the contract thai
to be lee in the manner directed i"i
said acts of Assembly and ordisasMaM
The cost and expense of the same to Beat-J
sessed and collected in accordance wltaai
provisions of an act of Assembly of the Ce
monwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled "An1!
relating to streets and sewers In cities ociSmi
second ciass," approved tne mm aay ox mtfft
A. U. 1BKJL , Hj
Section 1 2 That any ordinance or oart!
ordinance conflicting with tha provisioaafel
wis ordinance do anuine same is Hereby i
peaiea so iar as the same unects this1'
Ordained and enacted into a law In- CeuMsal
this 28th dav of October. A. D. 1SS9. tad
H. P. FORD, President of Select) CoasT
cii. Attest: utu. atmtrAau. cienp&Mi
Select Council. W. A. MAGEE. President eel
Common Council pro tem. Attest:. . 080.1
BOOTH, Clerk of Common Council.
Mayor's Office. October 31. 1SS9. Arinri
WM. McCALLIN, Mayor. Attest: ROBERT
OSTERMAIER. Assistant Mayor's ClerfcXBSI
Recorded in Ordinance Book, vol.7, pagalTM
oiu aay 01 i- oTemocr, A. u. issu. nova
(No. 127. 1
A N ORDINANCE-AUTHOREONa 1
a construction of a sewer on Maurice strsac'
from north line of property of Wm Ward to a
connection with a sower on Mauricesoeet
about 370 reet south ot Forbes street ' fj
Section I Be it ordained and enactad bv.tho
city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Cos;
cus assemuieo, anu it is nereoy oraaineaa
enacted by the authority of the samoC That Mm
Chief of the Department of Publio Works be
and Is hereby authorized and directed to adrer
tise in accordance with the acts of Assembly sxt
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania asdatssa
ordinances of the said cityfof Pittsburg rtMsac
thereto and regulating the same, for propoesj
ior tna construction or a pipe sewer on jsre
street, commencing at tne nortn line orn
ertv of William Ward: thence to Forbes.
15 inches in diameter, and from thence to a'e
nectlon with a sewer on Maurice street,'
at a point about 270 feet south&ec
Forbes street, to be 18 inches In dlasai'
ter, the contract therefor to betflec
in tne manner directed bytne said acts oc&s.
sembly and ordinances. The cost and eipoaee
ot the same to be assessed and collected kite-'
cordance with tbe provislonsot an actot Assess
bly of the Commonwealth of Pennsjlva!,',
titled "An act relating to streets and seweMta
cities oi tne second ciasvapprovea tap
day of Mar. A. D. 18S9. &3
Section Z That any ordinance or partofal
dinance conflicting with the Drovlslosa of .SUal
ordinance, be and tho same is hereby repcaJssvi
so iar as (no same uutrcws tuis utuusaucewiptsH
Ordained and enacted into a law la Covstawl
this 28 th dav oC October. A. D. 1888. a9dsl
H. P. FORD. President of Beleet duutaltl!
Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD, Clerk oftiMwet
council. nr.A. juuui, rresiaent.o-uasjw
mon Council, pro tem. Attest: GEO. BOOnLl
Mayor's Office. October 31.1388. As
Waf. McCALLrN. Mavor. Atut- ni
OSTERMAIER. Assistant Mayor's Cfetfc.1
Recorded in Ordinance Book, veL 7,'Mksl)tBJ
7th day of Noveaker. A. B.-WHU. '.; 'K3M
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