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WORK OF COUNCILS.
' A Kew Water Tank for the Eighteenth
and Nineteenth Wards.
SOME TALK ON STEEET CLEAKLNG.
The Bill to Change the flame of Chief to
HE. THGHTJIAN ASKED TO EEC0SS1DEE
The regular session of Pittsburg Councils
was held yesterday in both branches, Select
Councjl beating its own record by holding
the shortest session of the year, lasting just
45 jninutes. On the call of wards a number
of ordinances were presented and referred
to the appropriate committees. Mr. "Warm
castle presented a resolution requesting the
Chief of the Deportment of Public "Works
to furnish an estimate of the cost of erect
ing a water tank in the Nineteenth ward to
supply the residents of part of the Eigh
teenth and Nineteenth wards with a supply
of water. Iu presenting the resolution,
Mr. "Warmcastle said that there was a large
area in those two wards that was situated
higher than the Hiland avenue reservoir,
and in consequence the people were without
a supply of water. It would be too expen
sive, he thought, to pipe the water from the
Herron Hill reservoir to supply this dis
trict, and if the resolution was adopted it
might be found that a tank would supply
the demand at a comparatively small cost
The resolution was adopted.
Mr. Bigelow was asked about the matter
later, and said it had been contemplated by
him for some time. His idea is to erect a
large iron tank on Winebiddle Hill, run
ning the water by gravity from the Hiland
avenue reservoir as near to that point as
possible and pumping it to the lank with a
small pumping engine.
CLEANING THE STREETS.
The resolution requesting the Chief of
the Public "Works Department to clean the
streets of the Seventeenth ward was adopted,
but Mr. Keating took occasion to remark
that it was a ridiculous thing to do to tell
the chief of that department to do what he
well knew was necessary, but lacked money
to do. If the streets of the city were to be
kept clean, Mr. Keating said) the appro
priation for that purpose would have to be
quadrupled. He advised the people ol the
Seventeenth ward to have all their streets
paved if they wanted them kept clean.
A resolution providing for the repaving
of Butler street from Fortieth to Forty
ninth streets, to be referred to the Finance
Committee, and included in the appropria
tion of 1890, was adopted after a motion to
strike out the clause including the improve
ment in the appropriation was passed.
The following ordinances were passed
Authorizing the Chief of the Department of
Public Safety to purchase lots in the Thirty
second and Thirty-filth wards for fire depart
ment purposes; grading, paving and curbing
Barton street from Fifth avenue to Forbes
street: grading and paving Jumonville street
from Fifth avenue to Forbes street; grading,
paving and curbing Sheridan street from Penn
to Ellsworth aTennes; grading, paring and
curbing Thirty-sixth street from Charlotte
street to Railroad street; sewer on Lincoln ave
nue from Mayflower street to the Negley run
sewer; sewer ou Twenty-sixih street from Penn
avenue to the Allegheny river.
"W. A. Magee presided at the meeting of
Common Council. Alter the presentation
of several street ordinances and resolutions,
which were referred, Mr. Duncan presented
a resolution for a water main on Brereton
avenue from Twenty-eighth to Thirty-third
street. "With it he presented a communica
tion from Superintendent Evans, of the fire
bureau, to Chief Brown, in which he said
that at a fire at this point on October 14 the
nearest ping was 1,600 feet away, and this
caused such a delay that the department
was practically powerless.
HOUSES CLOSE TOGETHER.
- The neighborhood is closely bnilt up and
if a better water supply is not afforded there
is danger of a fire that would be beyond the
power of the department. Mr. Duncan
said in support of the resolution that three
to four houses are being built in this neigh
borhood a week and about eighty have been
built in the last six months. They have no
protection from fire whatever. The resolu
tion was passed.
Mr. Ferguson presented a resolution ask
ing the Chief of the Department of Public
"Works to make an estimate of repaving
Butler street from Fortieth to Forty-ninth
street with block stone. Adopted.
Mr. Fereuson also presented a resolution
asking the Chief of the Department of
Public wonts to nave tne streets or the
Seventeenth ward cleaned. Mr. Ferguson
said that at present the people out there had
to walk ankle deep in mud. He alleged
that the street hose had been loaned to the
Citizens' Traction Company and cut up, so
that it could not be used again. For this
reason the streets can't be cleaned. It was
a ridiculous outrage on the people, he said,
and if something was not done thev would
go into court. The Twelfth, Fifteenth and
Sixteenth wards were as bad, but Hiland
avenue was swept every day. Mr. Bigham
moved to amend by making it include the
whole city. Mr. Ferguson agreed if he
would insert the words "particularly the
Seventeenth ward;" and in this shape the
resolution was adopted.
Mr. Donehoe, from the Finance Com
mittee, presented an ordinance increasing
the salary of fire alarm telegraph operators
to J1.150 per year; passed. Mr. Donehoe
also presented an ordinance fixing the title
of the heads ol departments as "General
Messrs. Ferguson and Duncan ridiculed
CHIEF-A LITTLE TOO COJIMOJT.
Mr. Magee explained that the only reason
for changing the title was that when the
chiefs of the departments went away from
home for information they were taken for
chiefs of fire departments, etc, and not
given an opportunity to learn what they
went after. Mr. MacGunnigle moved to lay
the ordinance over to the next meeting; he
could not believe that a man like Captain
E. C. Elliott could not impress strangers
with his true worth and position. The
motion to postpone was adopted.
Mr. "Wright presented a resolution as
Whebeas, Mr. J. S. AVightman, member of
Common Conncil from the Twenty-second
ward, has tendered his resignation as a mem
ber of this body; the close attention given to
the business of the citr. Doth in council and
committee by Mr. Wightman.has demonstrated
that be is a useful and valuable member, and
council can illy spare bis services; therefore.
Resolved. That J. S. Wightman be requested
- to withdraw his resignation.
The resolution, almost tbe first of its kind
offered in council, was unanimously adopted.
The Select Council resolution granting
the Eighteenth Regiment and Battery B a
lease of the Fifth avenue market house,
passed finally by a unanimons vote, and
after attending to some routine business
Messrs. Carnahan, Shannon and Bierham
have been appointed on the committee to
call on Andrew Carnegie relative to the
Headache, Langtjok and Melan
choly generally spring from a disordered
stomach, costiveness, or a torpid liver.
Each may readily be removed by Dr. D.
Jayne's Sanative Pills, a few doses of which
will be found to stimulate the liver and
stomach to healthy action, remove all bil
iousness, and produce regular evacuations
of the bowels.
Quench your thirst with F. & V.'s
Pittsburg beer. There's not a headache in
a barrel of it. Telephone 1186.
Sff. WAXJrtVBIGHT & Co.'S standard brew
of lager beer is highly recommended for
purity. Sold by all dealers. tusu
Cabinet photos, fl per dor. Extra
panel picture. Lies' -Popular Gallery, 10
and 12 Sixth gt ttso.
THE PABHAKDLE FEEIGHT TAED.
There Will be Side Tracks, and After a
While a Repair Shop The Die Steel
Mill nt Chnrticrs.
Superintendent Turner, of the Panhandle
Eailroad, was seen yesterday regarding the
report that their company had bought con
siderable land in the Chartiers valley so
that the company could increase their
freight yard accommodation. He said:
"It is true that we have purchased about
30 acres of land in the Chartiers valley.
For the past few months the increase in our
freight business has been so great that we
have been hampered in handling the cars.
The laud we have bought adjoins our pres
ent yard, and it is our intention to lay side
tracks down at once. The clearing of the
ground and the putting down of the tracks
will give employment to about 500 men for
"In the future we expeot to erect repair
shops where all the work on freight cars
will be done. As soon as the lines are laid
we shall build an additional freight depot"
An interview was sought with Mr. "W. J.
Hammond. He was, however, in Denver,
Col., but his son stated that his father had
purchased a tract of land, and it was his
intention to erect a large steel plant. He
said since his father's mill burnt down on
Second avenue, 12 months ago, they had
ceased to manufacture steel. He said that
when the new plant was built, they would
resume their steel business.
LOTS OF COAL IN MOTION.
Some More Big Tom Go Out Scarcity of
Slenmbonti More High Wnter.
The river yesterday ran about 12 feet, and
there was a large movement of coal. Not
as much was sent down on Sunday as would
have been the case had this been the first
rise of the season, because many of the
steamboats were down the river, and had to
fight their way upagainst a very strong cur
rent. Almost all of the coal awaiting the
second rise was sent out yesterday morning.
W. H. Brown Sons sent out the Sam Brown,
the Swift, the Kelsey and the Pennev, in
all conveying 32 coal boats and 4 barges,
carrying about 820,000 bushels of coal.
John A. "Wood & Son sent down 250,000
bushels. The steamer Pacific, of the Mo
nongahela Towing Company, took out 6
boats and 5 barges, carrying' about 180,000
bushels for various shippers. "W. "W.
O'Neil & Co. sent 20 coal boats by the Dick
Fulton and the Fred "Wilson, with 500,000
bushels. To-day theTomLysle will take
out 12 barges, with 150,000 bushels, for
George Lvsle & Sons. Joseph "Walton &
Co. sent down the Sam Clark with 10 barges
The shipments from this, port since the
rise began two weeks ago have amounted to
aDout 8,000,000 bushels. Joseph "Walton &
Co. have shipped 1,550,000, "W. H Brown
Sons a little over 2,000,000 bushels, and
John A. "Wood & Son about 1,000.000
bushels. These three firms are the largest
shippers in the port, and represent fairly
well the magnitude of the coal trade from
Further shipments will be made to-day,
as boats are coming up the river to take
down tows. Among the steamboats to ar
rive is the Bob Pritchard, which will push
a tow for Joseph Walton & Co. That vessel
is owned bv Hon. B. S. Carr, President of
the West Virginia State Senate, who will
be in the city this morning.
The river last evening was falling slowly,
but the stream will undoubtedly keep up
for some time. It is the permanent fall
freshet. The Allegheny was reported yes
terday to be rising at Oil City.
A Receiver Desired.
A. W. Bristor yesterday filed a bill in
equity against Wm. Schomaker and George
Buidfuss. He states that in April, 1888,
the three went into the furniture business
together, calling tbe firm tbe Schomaker
Furniture Company. In August, 1888, the
defendant;, withont any justification, re
fused to recognize him as a member of the
firm. He now wants a receiver appointed
and an accounting of the firm's business.
Chamberlain's Coash Remedy.
Several years ago Chamb erlain & Co., of
Des Moines,. Iowa, commenced the manu
facture of a cough remedy, believing it to
be the most prompt and reliable preparation
yet produced for coughs, colds and croup,
that the public appreciate true merit, and
in time it was certain to become popular.
Their most sanguine hopes have been more
than realized. Over 300,000 bottles of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy are now sold
each year, and it is recognized as "the best
made," wherever it is known. It will cure
a severe cold in less time than any other
treatment. For sale at 50 cents per bottle
by E. G. Stuckey, Seventeenth and Twenty
fourth sts., Penn ave.. and cor. Wvlie ave.
and Fulton St.; by Markell Bros., cor. Penn
and Franklin aves.; by Theo E. Ihrig, 3,610
Fifth ave., and by Carl Hartwig, Butler at,
in Pittsburg; and in Allegheny City by E.
E. Heck, 72 and 194 Federal St., and Thos.
B. Morris, cor. Hanover and Preble aves.,
Fred H. Eggers, 172 Ohio street, F. H. Eg
gers & Son, Ohio and Chestnut streets.
The Boom Is On
And this local is to make you notice it.
Prices have been placed away out of sight
since we started our great sale of men's
winter overcoats aud suits. Nothing like
this ever seen before. Imagine heavy
weight melton overcoats to fit men 34 to 42
breast measure, price , $5, usually sold at
$12. Men's elegant kersey overcoats at $10,
in three shades, black, blue and brown;
also 2,000 handsome Schnabel's chinchilla
overcoats, worth $24; our price, and make a
note ot it, $12 to-day. P. C. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
Christmas Ii Coming.
If you are thinking of buying a piano or
organ begin early to look around and post
yourself. Prices are low now. We do a
very large business and do it on a very
small expense. Can therefore afford to cut
prices down to the last dollar. As a result
of our reasonable prices we are selling
pianos in every State in the Union. Write
for our catalogues and we will surprise you.
See if we cannot save you from $50 to $75
on a piano. Instruments sent on ten davs'
trial. Address W. L. Thompson & Co.
East Liverpool, O. us '
Can It Be Possible.
Bradford Piano, l$i octaves, square. ..$100
Von Minden Piano, 7 octaves, square 125
Grovestine& Fuller Piano, 7 octaves
New "Upright Piano, 7 octaves ". 175
New Organ, 5 octave 44.
New Organ, 6 octaves 55
Mellor & Hoene Organ, 6 octave 20
Pittsburg dealers' expenses are so high
that it is impossible for them to sell within
25 per cent of our prices.
Echols, McMueeat & Co.,
123 Sandusky st,
(Telephone Building), Allegheny, Pa.
Style suitings, from best German, French
and American manufacturers, GO to 54
inches wide, $1 to $1 25, genuine $2 25 up
90 choice designs. Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Peepare for the holidays. Cabinet
photos $1 per doz. Extra panel picture at
Lies' Popular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st
$3 75 This bargain is in upholstery de
partment to-day. Velonr table covers at
$3 75. Booos & Bchl.
Z. Wainweight Ss Co.'s standard brew
of lager beer is highly recommended for
purity. Sold by all dealers. msu
"The cup that cheers" is the one filled
with P. &V.'a Pilsner beery- , ,
The Scarcity of Natural Gas Makes
SOME THREATS OF A STEIKE MADE.
Workmen Object Decidedly to Changing
THE PHILADELPHIA COMPANY SHOET
The insufficiency of the supply of natural
gas to some of the mills within the city and
neighborhood is causing a deal of dissatis
faction all round.
The Philadelphia Company is no longer
able to keep up with the demand, and some
firms are looking for a supply elsewhere.
Shoenberger & Co. have been idle for the
past week while waiting for a line to be run
into their works from the Equitable Com
pany's main, to which company the firm has
decided to change.
The managers of Carnegie. Phipps &
Co.'s Union Mills were notified by the Phil
adelphia Company on Saturday that for the
present the supply of gas between the hours
of 6 o'clock in the morning and 12 o'clock
would be short, and in turn the puddlers
were informed of the fact They were told
that it would be necessary for the day pud
dlers to start in at 12, noon, and work until
9:30, making five heats, to be followed by
the night turn, which would commence
charging at 10 o'clock and work until 6
A. M. To this scheme the men
and have refused to work any longer
on the all night turn rule. They
suggested to the managers that they
should work six heats, or three heats in
each turn, which could be effected in 10 or
11 hours. The managers want the men to
work but five heats, and also require the
two turns to work week about, but the men
object to this arrangement also. They pre
fer each turn to alternate every second day.
The loss in output to the firm is about 45
tons of iron each week, and the men claim
that they could make 30 heats if the man
agement would allow them to work 24 heats,
as they suggested, but under the existing
rule each turn can make but 25 beats. A
committee of the men has been appointed to
consult with the firm in the premises.
The managers of tbe Vesuvius mill,
Sharpsburg, asked their puddlers last week
to change the working hours for one week.
They agreed and commenced to work at
1 o'clock f. m., each turn to make four
heats, but it was impossible to make eight
heats between that time and 6 o'clock next
morning. The puddlers went to work yes
terday morning at the usual time. It was
stated that tbe restriction on the output of
muck iron last week was equal to 80 tons.
In view of the continued scarcity of gas,
several of tbe furnaces recently repaired
have been remodeled so that they can be
made ready for coal in a few minutes.
GOIKG BACK TO FUEL GAS.
At the Pittsburg Forge and Iron Works
arrangements are being made for a return to
fuel gas in the finishing department
The Pittsburg Tube Works, Soho, which
has been idle for the last two weeks, owing
to the insufficient supply of natural gas, re
commenced work yesterday on halt turn,
but during the day the supply became weak
and there is a possiblity of the mill having
to shut down again.
William Charles & Co., of Allegheny,
stopped four of their nut furnaces, owing to
the shortage of gas, and laid off four of their
hands. The rest of the men wanted to di
vide up the work so as to keep those laid on"
in work, but the firm would not hear of it.
Subsequently the firm discharged all its
HOW dreary would winter be withont the
matchless Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup I 25
Winteb term of Pittsburg Female Col
lege and Conservatory of Music begins No
vember 18. Attention is called to the su
perior advantages of this central city college
for young ladies. Well equipped with a
large corps of excellent teachers in all de
partments. Location, Eighth street, near
Penn avenue. Bates very moderate. Call
or send for information to President A. H.
Norcross, D. D., Pittsburg, Pa. Tu
REAL ESTATE SAVINGS BANK, IJnL,
401 Smlthfield Street, cor. Fourth Avenue.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $45,000.
Deposits of $1 and upward received and
interest allowed at 4 per cent tts
Coughs and colds are dangerous intruders.
Expel them with Parker's Ginger Tome.
Parker's Hair Balsam aids the hair growth.
VTOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS THE
annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Pittsburg Traction Company will be held at tbe
office of the company. No. 310 Fifth avenue, on
MONDAY, November 18, 18S9, at 11 o'clock A.
jr., for the pnrpose of electing seven directors,
to servo for the ensning vear, and for such other
business as may come before the meeting.
GEO. U McFARLANE, Secretary. no8-63
Fidelity. Title and Tbust Company, j
121 and 123 Fourth avenue, J
Pittsbubq, Pa., November 4. 1889.
mHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
I stockholders of the Fidelity Title and
Trust Company will be held at its office on
THURSDAY, November 14,1889. at 1 o'clock
P. M., for the uurnose of receiving the annnal
report the election of 15 directors to serve tor
tbe ensuing year, and the transaction of such
other business as may properly come before the
meeting. C. B. McVAY, Secretary.
Office Westehn Insurance Co . 1
Pittsburg, Novembpr 2. 1889. J
TTILECTION-THE ANNUAL ELECTION
Jlj for 13 directors of this company, to serve
lor tbe ensuine year, will be held at the office
on TUESDAY, the 12th Inst, between the
hours of 11:30 A. M. and 1 P. M.
noB-GS-p WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary.
DISSOLUTION NOTICE-THE UNDER
SIGNED firm of Lindsay, Sterrit & Co.,
composed of James C. Lindsay and George E.
Sterrit, has been dissolved.
LINDSAY. STERRIT & CO.
Co-partnership The undersigned has admit
ted John S. Lindsay and Thomas McMurray,
for many years employed by the late firm, to
tin interest in the business. The business will
be continued nnder the firm name ot
JAS. C. LINDSAY & CO.
nolO60-TTSu JAS. C. LINDaiY.
PROPOSALS FOR CRANK-SHAFT FOR
U. S. S. Brooklyn, at Navy Yard, Norfolk.
October 29, 1889. Sealed proposals, indorsed
"Proposals for Shaft, etc, to be opened NO
VEMBER 28, 1889," will be received at the Bu.
reau of Provisions ana Clothing, Navy Depart
ment, Washington, D. C, until 12 o'clock noon,
November 26, 1889. and publicly opened imme
diately thereafter, to furnish and deliver at the
Navy Yard, Norfolk, Vs., a crank-shaft for the
U. S. S. Brooklyn, within 120 days from date of
contract The weight of the shaft will be about
7,600 pounds. Bids will lie received for Its
manufactnre of either steel or iron. If of steel,
tbe metal must be made by tbe open-hearth
process, and must conform to specifications
which, together with blank proposals, etc., will
be furnished upon application to the Bureau.
Tie bids decided by lot The Department re
serves the right to reject any or all bids not
deemed advantaceous to the Government
JAMES FULTON, Paymaster General. U. S.
THE WEST VIRGINIA AND IRONTON
RAILROAD COMPANY, authorized to
construct a bridge over the Ohio river at a
point about one and one-half (1) miles above
the month of the Big Sandy river, hereby elves
notice of its intention on the 19th day of No
vember, 1889, to submit to the Hon. Redfield
Proctor, Secretary of War, for his examination
and approval a design and drawings of the pro
posed bridge and piers, with tbe maps and
other Information required under the act of
Congress of December 17, 1872, and tbe supple
ments thereto, authorizing the construction of
bridges over the Ohio river and prescribing tbe
dimensions of the same. WEST VIRGINIA
AND IRONTON RAILROAD COMPANY, by
Joa 1 DORAN, President OHAB. H. MEL
LON, Secretary, no8-2-p
THE- PZCTSBUEG DISPATCH,
B3DUplay advertttementt one dollar per
iquare or one interiion. Clattifled advertite
menu on tht page tueh at Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, etc., ten cent per line for each Inter
tion, and none taken for leu than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion nest morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with Tax dis
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 8X9 Batter street.
EMILG. STUCKEY, SUh street and Penn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY A CO., Wylle ave. and Fultonst
N. faTOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
3. W. WALLACE, em Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER & EHEIBLEK, 5th av. AlWOOd St
JACOB SFOHN, No. 2 Carson street
B. A. DONALDSON. 1707 Carson strest
A. J. KAFItCHEK. 59 Federal street
II. J. McllltlUIt Market Uout, Allegheny.
FKKDU. EGG EPA 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEH3&SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENKY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PEKKY M . G LEIM. Kebecca and Allegheny aves.
W. W. FLOCKEE, Stationer, No. 4 Grant ave.
THE DISPATCH HAS OPENED A
BRANCH OFFICE FORTHESOUTHSIDE
AT NO. 1220 CARSON STREET. WHERE
ADVERTISEMENTS, NEWS AND SUB
SCRD7T10NS CAN BE LEFT, BOTH FOR
GENERAL EDITIONS, AND FOR THE
ANTED-AGENTS-APPLY TO A. J. PEN
TECOST, 413 Grant st. noiz-w
WANTED-WOOD TURNER. APPLY J. F.
& J. L. SCOTT, 43 Water St. noll-53
ANTED-A GOOD BARBER AT ONCE. M.
F. KAYJJUKN, Homestead, Pa. noiz-
ANTED GOOD. ACTIVE SALESMAN.
Apply for three days. 642 PENN AVE.
WANTED-4 OR 5 GOOD MASONS, APPLY
to J. R. COOK, Rochester, Pa. bhallen
WANTED-OFFICE BOY ADDRESS, IN
own handwriting, giving age, N. S.. Dis
patch office. nolI-96
WANTED - DENTAL ASSISTANT - AD
DRESS, with reference, DR. A. E. HALL,
McKeesport Pa. nol2-48
-VTTANTED-GROOERY CLERK. ADDRESS,
VV giving age, experience and salary wanted,
M. N., DIspatcn office. no!2-5
WANTEDSTRONG BOY OR MAN: WAGES
Jl per day. 34 ALLEGHEN Y AVE., near
Rebecca st. Allegheny. nol2-99
WANTED FIRST-CLASS DRUG CLERK;
none other need apnly. Address P. O.
BOX 1005. Pittsbarg, Pa. no!2-63
WANTED-4 QUARRY MEN AND 2 GOOD
laborers by K. S. MCCUTCHEON. Ben
nett's station, W. P. R. B. nol2-M
WANTED-TEN LABORERS. INQUIRE AT
nnrserles, Charles stand Perrysvllle road,
Allegheny. B. F. ELLIOTT CO. nol2-S3
WANTED FOUR FIHST-CIjASS STEEL
molders; steady work; no strike. SHARON
STEEL CASTING CO., Sbaroa, Pa. nolO-13
WAN TED -IMMEDIATELY -A GOOD
wagon-maker. Apply at 677 and 679 PRE
BLE AVE., W ood's Run, Allegheny. nol2-65
TTTANTED-MAN TO COOK ON PIPE LINE
v V for about threee months: must be sober and
reliable. BOOTH & FLINN, 933 Penn ave.
TTTANTED - NON-UNION MOLDERS BY
V UNHED STATES ROLLING STOCK CO..
Annlston, Ala. Steady work and good wages.
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN AS SALESMAN
in retail wall paper store: good reference
required. Inquire of M. H. HAGER, 3546 Butler
WANTED A FIRST-CLAbS PRACTICAL,
bookkeeper A No. 1 man win get a fine
salary; address, GLASS FACTORY, Dispatch
office. n 012-97
WANTED -4 ERRAND BOYS ACQUAINTED
with the city: good reference required.
Inquire WANAMAKER& BROWN, Sixth street
and Penn ave. nol2-6S
-rjJ-ANTED-CLERK WHO CAN GIVE UOOD
V V references: state age, experience and salary
expected; also give references. Address R. R.
CO., Dispatch office. nol2-75
ANTED-A GOOD HORSE SHOER, ONE
that can fit and drive shoes, to work in the
country: good lob for a good man. Apply to W.
C. GULLYES, Melltown, vlaA.V.
WANTED-GENTLEMEN WHO DESIRE A
wife or a lively correspondent to send their
address and stamp to THE AMERICAN CORRE
SPONDING CLUB, Box 643, Clarksburg, W, Va.
WANTEDA YOUNG SIAN TO ACT AS
assistant shipping clerk; must be a good
marker, only those navlnar had experience need
apply. At CABLE WORKS, cor. Sixteenth and
Pike sts. nol2-93
VTTANlED-REl.lABLE LOCAL ANDTHAV
VV ELING 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 AGENTS -"DODGE'S HORSE
VV blanket holder:" keeps the blanket from
blowing or sliding off the horse; nothing like It in
the market: every bor6e owner buys: sample by
mall 25c. bTAYNEU & CO., Providence, if. I.
TTJANTED-A COMPETENT, SOBER MAN
VV to take charge of a small place: one that
can take care of horses and cows and do general
work about a small place; must come well recom
mended. Inquire of H. M. DUNHAM, 191 First
ave., city. nol2-53
WANTED-LABORERS WANTED IN NEW
Orleans 200 able-bodied men to ship as
crew; wages (60 per month and board; to reliable
men steady employment will be given. Apply to
M. N. WOOD. Coast and Lalausche Line, No. 2
Canal St., .New Orleans, La. ocl6-42
WANTED GENTLEMEN AT SMARTS
, Practical Business and Shorthand College,
4 Sixth st.; greater Inducements at lower terms
than any other college: private lessons for both
sexes dav and evening; the best Instruction guar
anteed without text books. ocSl-TTBSu
VV powder and pure spices: gifts with goods;
coke workers, miners or mlllmcn can make money
In their spare time; special Inducements to per
sons having established trade. YAMASH1KO
TEA CO., 83 Jackson ., Allegheny, Pa.
-TJANTED-SALESMEN AT 875 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
Bsrtlcnlars and sample case of goods free. STAN
AKD SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass.
WANTED-AT ONCE-ONE ENERGETIC
salesman to handle oar line of 60 samples In
women, misses and children's hand-sewed turns,
hand welts and McKay sewed shoes on a commis
sion of 5per cent, in Western Pennsylvania and
Eastern Ohio: goods well known: samples ready.
MCCLUBE, BLOE&EB & EGQEKT, Buffalo, N.
WANTED SALESMAN A RELIABLE
young man to act as salesman In Pitts
burg and vicinity for a N. E. manufacturing
company; a permanent and paving position to the
right man; must be a natural salesman, of good
habits and willing to work hard. Address, giv
ing references,tage and previous business expe
rience, W. W. COLE, care Wade, Dispatch office.
WIANTED-WE WANT A STIRRING MAN
of good address, aged 25 to 35, to represent
ns In Central and Southern Ohio: mnst have at
least sio In cash and be able to give first-class
reference: salary $60 to (90 per month; the right
man will be promoted as rapidly as he Is fitted for
abetter position; do not apply unless you mean
business. Call any time between 9 A. M. and 4 r.
II. ROOM 45, Eisner building. no 12-63
WANTED - BUSINESS MEN OUT OF EM
PLOYMENT, teacher, or anyone desiring
to make from 3 to (5 per day. note what is said of
our new book, "Mary, tbe Queen or the Honse of
David:" "It has a fascination on every page."
Benson Lossing. "it is a fit companion for
'Ben Uur, ' and like it is fascinating and in
structive." Dr. J. H. M. Knox, President of
Lafayette College. "I accept with thanks your
beautiful book, 'Mary,' etc."-Oneen Victoria,
"ltisa marvelous book." Dr. A. H. Norcross.
Salary (GO to (90 per month to tho right men; no
catch-penny business: come and sea what oar
active agents are making with tbe book. Pub
lished exclusively by A. S.GRAY & CO., Eisner
WANTED-PABTNER, WITH 115,000 TO
(20,000 cash; good opportunity for Invest
ment in first-class wholesale business, well estab
lished; Investigation solicited. Address WHOLE
SALE, Dispatch office, stating where Interview
can be had. nol2-5I
TTJANTED-A PARTNER TO BUY A HALF
VV Interest In a well advertised, paying busi
ness in Allegbenv: location choicest; trade most
elegant and refined; profits 100 per cent: price
only (2,500. which Is nothing lo what Is realized.
Address for particulars PARTNER, Dispatch
WANTED-IN OAKLAND OR VICINITY,
two furnished rooms with board, by brother
and sister. Address E. Q, B p. o. jjox No. 605,
city,- - B012-H--
TTJANTED-A GOOD COOK. APPLY'COH
VV NEKPENN AND FIFTH AYES., No. 6705
(East End). noll-9
WANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
WORK: one that can cook. Inquire, with
reference, at 186 LOCUST BT., Allegheny.
VV TOR (lady preferred), to exhibit coffee pots,
egg breakers and cooking utensils In our house
furnishing department. FLEISHMAN & CO.
WANTED-LADY AGENTS FOR OUR NEW
Mcintosh Raglln; superior cloth. In wide
tripes on outside: vulcanized rubber on Inside;
close fitting; very stylish; never spots: beautiful
as the finest cloth garment ever made and is abso
lutely waterproof; agents sell six a day and make
(6 00; great opportunity; also fine Ime other
goods. Address E. H. CAMPBELL, 4S4 Randolph
St., Chicago. no69-TTsn
Blnle nnd Female Help.
WANTED WHITE 'WAITERS, CARPEN
TERS, farm hands, night cook, dish
washer, pantry and dining room girls, cooks,
chambermaids, house girls, nurse girl, house
keeper, Catholic preferred. MEEHAN'S, 545
Grant st. nol2-D
TTJANTED-POSrnON AS DRUG CLERK;
VV !K years' city experience, registered assist
ant, reference given. Address OPIUM, Dispatch
WANTED-A SITUATION BY YOUNG MAN
as assistant druggist or coachman: best or
references. Address ZSTFRANKSTOWN A VE.,
East End. no!2-45
TTJANTFD-DnUG CLERK OPEN FOR HN
VV GAGEMENT; experienced; registered as
manager: best reference. Address PRESCRiP
TlONs, Dispatch office. . no!2-81
WANTED-A POSITION A3 CLERK IN A
grocery store: has had experience as trav
ellngsnlcsman; good reference. Address M. G.
ELLIOTT, New Castle, Pa. no!2-67
TTJANTED - MORTGAGES - LARGE AND
TV small. ED. W1TTISH, 410 Grant street.
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP-
ERTY, over (4,000; 4 per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER CO., S2 Fourth avenue.
VV In sums to suit at H, 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
TTJANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
VV dozen (13) of Stewart 4 Co. 's fine cabinet
photos for (L at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST., Alle
TTTANTED -MOETG AGr3-(l. 000, 000 TO LOAN
VV In large and small amounts at 4H. 5 and 6
uer cent, iree oi state tax; no aeiar. &riuu a,
COYLE & CO., 131 Fourth ave. myaO
TTJANTED-TO LOAN MONEY- ON MORT
VV GAGES on Improved real estate in sums of
(500 and upward, for t or 5 years, at 4, 3 and 6
per cent. L. O. FRAZ1EB, Forty-fifth and But
ler sts. noS-86-Tursa
TTJANTED-TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
VV of (3, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4K per cent, free of tax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK k BAIRD,
95 Fourth avenue. se2I-d26-D
TTJAN TED MOHTGAGES-(l, 000, COOTO LOAN
V V on city and suburban properties at H, Sand
6 per cent, and on larms In Allegbenv and adja
cent counties at 6 per cent. 1. M. PENNOCK A
bON, 103 Fourth avenue. ap7-f41
TTJANTED-TO A.OAN (200,000 ON MORT
VV GAGES; (100 and upward at 6 per cent;
(500, 000 at 4,H per cent on residences or business
urupervr; also in aaioimng
FRENCH, la Fourth avenue.
.Iso In adloinlng counties. S. H.
WANTED-TO LOAN (43.0M IN SUMS TO
suit on first mortgage. Save expense by
addressing PRIVATE, Dispatch office. nolO-42
WANTED-TO BUY OR LEASE A LARGE
business property (or ground on which to
build); state particulars, location and price In
strict confidence. BOX 476, city. no3-91
WANTED - NOVEMBER IS THE LAST
month for fine cabinets at (1 per dozen, at
AUFRECUT'S ELITE GALLERY, 516 Market
St., Pittsburg. Bring the children on elevator.
WANTED-GUN-A HAMMERLES8 GUN;
describe weight, length of barrel, gauge,
with maker's name, and price: state where can be
seen. Address WM. J. HOUSTON, care Jones &
Laughllns, American Iron Works. no!2-47
TTJANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
V V TOGRAPHER, 96 1 lfth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at (1 SO per
dozen; photos delivered when promised; Instan
taneous process. mhl3-63
ANrED-PEESONS TO COME AND '.EX
AMINE the Patterson nl&n of lots at Cochran
station, onme Jiononganeiaaivisionoiine jr. n.
B., before purchasing elsewhere: see advertise
ment another column. J. K. WYLIE. Cochran
station, Duquesue, Pa., or No. 8 WOOD STREET,
Room 5. Iron Exchange building, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE IMPROVED UEAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-CENTER AVENUE, NEAR FUL
TON St., a good house, 9 rooms: late Improve
ments: nrlce and terms verv moderate. W. A.
HEBRON & SONS. 80 Fourth avenue. no5-87-Tnr
East End Resiaencea.
FOB SALE-ON CRAIG ST., NEAR FIFTH
ave., neat cottage 8 rooms; corner lot, 65 feet
front: price and terms reasonable. W. A. HER
RON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. noI2-87-xur
FOR BALlv-LOOK AT THIS BARGAIN-Z
six-room houses (nearly new) on Edmond
St., near Llbertvave., Twentieth ward, lot 38x120;
price only (3,000 to a quick buyer. BALTEN
SPERGER i WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth ave. n 012-58
lOR SALE-ON ROUP ST.. NEAR FIFTH
avenue, a good bouse, fine appearing, 8
rooms: well Improved: lot 42 or 84 feet front, as
the purchaser mav desire: price very reasonable.
SeeV. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-ON ELLSWORTH AVE.. NEAR
Roup St., corner lot 55 by ab't 133: framehouse,
8 rooms, bathroom; natural gas, elegant front
porch, hall In center of house; good elevation;
very desirable In every respect; only (3.000.
THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave. no9-5S-TT8Su
FOR SALE-(2.800-LD3ERTY AVENUE AND
Thirty-ninth St., new modern frame dwell
ing 5 rooms, finished attic, ball, vestibule. Inside
shutters, side entrance, etc.: lot 20x100 feet;
f mined and well finished: convenient to cable
Ine: easy terms. L. O. FUAZIER, Forty-fifth
and Butler sts. no8-86-TuF8u
FOR SALE-(5.800 EACH-2 ELEGANT BRICK
houses on Niagara street, near Craft ave.,
Oakland: 8 rooms, all the latest Improved con
veniences: no expense has been spared to make
them complete: close Inspection Is Invited: large
lots: yon should see them. BLACK & BAIRD. 95
Fourth ave. zd-81. nolO-65
ING, 5 minutes' from cable line or F. It. R.;
substantial, almost new six-room frame dwell
ing; hall, gas, water, etc., with two lots, each24x
109 feet: this Is a 'corner property, and very de
sirable: call at once. SAMUEL W. BLACK
CO., 99 Fourth ave. nol2-78
FOR SALE-SHADYSIDE-AN ELEGANT
little home In a choice residence district:
two-story frame house, 4 large rooms in perfect
condition, lot 25 feet front. Inclosed with hand
Borne iron fence; ground sodded; hard walks,
grape arbor: (2.S0O- terms to suit. CHARLES
SOMERS St. CO., 313 Wood st. no!2-8
FOR SALE-ELY3IAN AVE., NEAR POINT
BREEZE A choice corner property la a rap
Idly Improving and promising locality; new two
story frame, 6 rooms, oath, porches, excellent
cement cellar, private sewerage; lot 48x109 feet;
an attractive and desirable borne, (4,000.
CHARLES SOMERS ft CO., 313 Wood St. nol2-7
FOR SALE ON O'HARA ST., BETWEEN
Fifth ave. andWalnut st., lot 42x130: frame
house of 8 rooms and bathroom; lavatory on first
floor; slate mantels, natural gas. elegant front
and side porch; ab't 3 minutes from Fifth ave.
cable cars; desirable In every respect: only (6,750;
a bargain. THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR S ALE-HANDSOMEHOME FOR (6. 300 ON
very reasonable terms; street andsewerlm
prove ments made; a complete brick honse, late
style of architecture, 9 rooms, finished and con
venlenced most thoroughly; beautifully located
on Coltart square, Oakland. Fnll particulars
from W. A. HERRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
FOR BALE-ON COR. EL WOOD AND EDWIN
sts., lot 50x120 to 20-ft. alley: new frame house
of 8 rooms, reception hall, bathroom, basement
laundry and all modern improvements; elegant
front and side porch: good neighborhood: onlr2
minutes' walk from Firth ave cable cars: (6,750;
easy terms. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth
FOB SALE - ELLSWORTH, NEAR ROUP
station and cables; new Queen Anne brick; 10
large rooms: large tile vestibule reception hall;
bath, laundry, cedar closet, bard wood mantels with
mirrors: a beautiful bouse; embracmg.every mod
ern appliance and convenience: large lot with
lawn, shade and hard walks: well worth (14,000.
CHARLES SOMERS i. CO., 313 Wood St.
FORSALE-BEATTY, NEAR HAY STREET,
new honse 6 rooms, vestibule, ball, attic,
nicely papered and painted, front and rear
porches, water, gas, lot 15x128. two-room house in
rear; this Is an attractive little property, afford
ing a cozy home, with an Income derived from
small house to assist in paying: (3,000; terms to
suit purchaser. CHARLES SOMERS & CO., 313
Wood st. no!2-6
FOR SALE-EAST END A FINE NORTH HI
LAND are. dwelling containing 10 elegant
rooms; all conveniences; this Is a very desirable
home, complete In all respects; only a few min
utes' walk from both cable Hues, and a short dis
tance from East Liberty station: lot 55x118; ele
vated above the street: the price has been re
duced to a very reasonable figure. BLACK ft
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 3A-143. nolQ-63
FOR SALE-S365 CASH. BALANCE SMALL
monthly payments, for 7-room Queen Anne
dwelling; hall, vestibule, porch, batb. inside w.
c, range: lot 30x120: one minute from Second ave.
electric railway; price (3,6o0; this Is part or the
large Blair estate, and we offer these low prices
and easy terras to Interest downtown people, ex
pecting to make our profits later on. SAMUKL
W. BLACK ft Ct., 99 Fourth ave. no9-92-TTS
FOR 8ALE-(3,000-FINE RESIDENCE ON
Washington street Allegheny, near Parks:
all conveniences, W. W. MCNElili ft HO., 106
Fourth, aye. B919-H
FOR 8ALE-IMPH0VED SEAL ESTATE.
SOR SALE-ELEGANTMAN8ION. 11 BOOMS,
largo lot, shade trees and shrubbery: Wash
ton street, Allegheny; will be sold at a bar
gain. W. W. MCNEILL ft BEO., 105 Fourth ave.
OB, SALE-AT A VERY REASONABLE
80 Fourth avenue,
FOR SALE-A BABGAIN-AT A GREATLY
reducedprlce a very desirable brick house,
9 rooms, in Fourth ward, Allegheny, tor (6,000,
on reasonable terms. W. A. HERRON ft SONS,
80 Fourth avenue. nolZ-87-Tui'
FOR SALE-SECOND WARD, ALLEGHENY
6 brick dwellings, one square from Pleasant
Valley cars: 6 rooms each, hail and vestibule. In
side shutters and w. c, marble mantels, natural
gas, etc.; lot 140x80 feet; all now rented to pay
about 9 per cent above taxes and water rent: own
er Is a non-resident and will sell cheap. SAMUEL
W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave. noS-96-Turs
FOR SALE CHOICE LOTS; 50x194, (400 TO (600,
Belmont Place, Ingram, P., C. ft St. L. B- R. :
streets 50 ft. wide; sewered; houses to set back 40
ft., cost at least (2,000: terms (25 down, balance (10
per month. INGRAM LAND AND IMPROVE
MENT CO., 60 Fourth ave. (second floor).
FOR SALE-LAUREL STATION, P., P. W. ft
O.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 ft
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 2H-69 nolO-65
FOR BALE-CONVENIENTLY AND ELE
GANTLY located near station, store", etc..
a homo on Broad st., Sewlckley, containing 10
rooms, bath, hot and cold water, both gases, etc.;
large lot 47x203 ft.;lawn and large fruit trees; re
duced price and terms to suit purchaser; Immedi
ate possession. A. W. ADAIR, Room 703 Penn
building, Penn ave. nol2-61-Tnr
FOR BALE AT CRAFTONi P., C. ft ST. L. B.
R., house of Sroomsv beside large reception
ball, bathroom, pantry, attic laundry wltn sta
tionary tubs, hot and cold water, heater, natural
gas, cistern, well, tank In attic, large porches
front and rear; about one acre of ground, with
spacious lawn, fruit and shade trees, grapes,
shrubberv, etc.: delightful location: price low,
terms reasonable. GEO. GLASS, 83 Water St.
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE-ON FOURTH AVENUE, AD
JOINING the Dollar Bank, lot 45x85 feet, to
be sold to settle an estate. W. A. HERRON ft
BONS, 80 Fourth ave. nol2-90-TUP
East End Lots.
FOR SALE-OAKLAND LOTS ONE'JMEO ST.,
Boundry St., Joncalre st. and Sylvan ave. :
(250 and (300 each. BLACK ft BAIRD, 95 Fourth
ave. 2D-217. nolO-61
FOR SALE-HEBRON HILLtLOTS (SCO EACH,
Madison ave.. Just at the terminus of the
Wylle ave. cable line: this Is a good place to buy
for a home or Investment. BLACK ft BAIBD, 95
Fourth ave. nol3-63
FOR SALE-AT LOW PRICE-LEVEL BUILD
ING lots, on grade, on Homewood avenue,
24x100 ft., near Homewood Station, P. R. R.;
Soodbuslnesslocatlon. W. A. HERRON ft SONS,
I Fourth avenne. nol2-87-rnr
FOR SALE-COR. WALNUT ST. AND COL
LEGE ave.. lot 100x147; sets well above grade;
about 3 minutes' walk from Fifth ave. cable ears;
small cash payment, bal. on time. THOS. LIG
GETT, No. 114 Fourthave. no9-58-TTbSu
FOR SALE-EAST END BUILDING LOTS,
40x120 ft., t square from Fifth and near b.
Hiland avenue, in College place plan, on grade,
with city sewerage; price only (2,250: terms rea
sonable. W. A. HEBRON ft SON B, 80 Fourth ave
FOB SALE-VILLA PARK PLAN OF LOTS
are the most desirable in tbe market; no lot
less than 40x140 feet; good walks, close to station;
prices low and best or terms: Investigate this plan
before purchasing elsewhere. JOHN F. BAX
TER, Agt., 612 Smlthfield St. nolO-44-TTSSu
FOR SALE-SECURE ONE OF THOSE VERY
desirable lots for a borne or Investment;
Baum Grove plan, Boup station; the Baum Grove
plan Is the most central location In the East End,
and prices below actual value. MELLON BROS.,
East End, or JNO. F. BAXTER, Agent, 512 Smith
field st. noll-5-TT
FOR SALE-HEBRON HILL LOTS ON HER
RON ave., Clarissa and Adelaide sts., 20x100
feet to alley; Inst at terminus of new cable line;
prices (500 and (00 each; terms on lots sold for Ira
ni edlate Improvement (100 cash, balance to suit
?urcnaser; send for plan. L. O. FRAZ1ER, For-y-fifth
and Butler sts. no8-8S-Tursa
FOB BALE-FINE LEVEL BUILDING LOTS
In the Blair estate. Twenty-third ward. 5
minutes from Hazelwood or Glenwood stations
and on line of Second avenue electric railway;
these lots are sold on the easy payment plan and
are cheap, consldenng the facilities for reaching
tbem irom the business center; present prices
J (co to (1,600. will be good only for this year, after
annaryl, 1S90, prices will beconslderablyhlgber;
to those who contemplate buying wo would say,
buy at once and obtain the enhancement of values
which is sure to come In the near luture. SAMUEL
W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave. no9-93-Tus
FOR SALE-FARM 125 ACRES; 55 ACRES
good timber; good brick dwelling. 10 rooms;
large frame barn: near K. Ii. and town; best situ
ate farm In Stare; (40 per a. ED. WITTISK. 410
Grant St., Pittsburg. no8-o
FOR SALE-20O ACRESK 8-ROOM HOUSE, 2
barns. Urge orchard, 1 mile from station, for
(50 per acre: sell easy payments or take other
croperty In exchange; also 35 acres, nice home,
6 rooms, barn, orchard, well. etc. ; 2 miles from
Beaver: sell easy payments or exchange: send for
farm and ex. list. N.F. HURST, Lock Box 49,
Rochester, Pa. oc31-I5-ttb
FOB SALE - BEAUTIFUL LEVEL LOTS
streetand sewer Improvements being made;
tne best lots in the market for the money: terms
easy: at Asplnwall, West P. B. R , adjoining
Sharpsburg, only 7 miles from Federal street,
Allegheny. Send for plans. W.A. HERRON ft
BONS, 80 Fourth avenue. noS-86-TuT
FOB SALE LOT IN ALLEGHENY CEME
TERY: section 3L Inquire of CHRIST
BLUME. 210 Smlthfield st, nol2-69-Tns
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-GOOD PAYING BARBER SHOP;
S chairs; can give good reason for selling.
Inquire ROSS BLACK, SOXHamond St., city.
FOR BALE-LEASEHOLD, LICENSE AND
furniture (20 rooms) of a good hotel In
Yonngstown, O:: price reasonable: possession at
once. THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave. no9-5S
FOR SALE-BABBER SHOP. WITH EQULV
MENT for tbebuslness,wltb lease of bull ding;
location first-class. For particulars call at NO.
179 FEDERAL STREET, Allegheny City. U012-9
FOR SALE - RESTAURANT, CENTRALLY
located: business large and profitable; estab
lished 5 rears: one of the best paying stands In
the city. BALTENSPERGER ft WILLIAMS, 154
Fourth ave. nol2-5S
FOR 8ALE-AT A SACR1FICE-A FIRST
CLASS drygoods business; stock fresh and
clean: location one of tbe ery best. In a large
manufacturing district; stock will Invoice about
(8.0CO; can be reduced to (5,000: good and sufficient
reasons for selling. Those meaning business can
et full particulars by addressing P. O. BOX SO,
IcKeesnort. Pa. noz-43-TTS
FOR 8ALE-SEVEBAL FINE GROCERY
stores, large and small, at low prices: cigar
stores, small drygoods stores, confectioneries, bak
eries, laundry, feed store, milk depots, boarding
houses, printing office, etc N. B. We have
customer with (5,000 ormore capital whowill take
Interest in good paying city drygoods business.
SHEPARD ft CO. , 54. Fifth ave. no9
FOB UALE-A BUSINESS 1NVESTMENT
that we can recommend as a rare opportunity
for an active and ambitions yonng man who de
sires to become a part owner In a wholesale estab
lishment of high repute: well equipped; perfectly
systematized and successfully handling a line of
goods that sell actively during each month in the
year, and yield certain and liberal profits; capital
required J5, 000 to (7,000. CUABLES SOMERS ft
CO., 313 Wood St. nolM
FOR SALE-A WHOLE OR HALF INTEREST
la an extensive general store doing a large
and lucrative bislness In a rapidly growing man
ufacturing town on line of railroad; spacious
rooms In a brick building on tbe corner of tbe two
leading streets In the place; oldest and best stand
In town; sales about (80,000 annually, mostly ona
cash basis; no bad debts; such a fine opportunity
as this presents to secure a money-making busi
ness Is of rare occurrence. Fuller information to
principals only and those meaning business can be
obtained at our office, or sent by mall when real
name and address is given. JAS. W. DRAPE ft
CO.. 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. nol2-7
FOR SALE-BUBINESS PROPERTY COR.
Wylle and Hleh st.: now paying a good In
vestment. For Information see W. A. HKRRON
ft SONS, 80 Fourtb ave.
FOR SALE-MANUFACTURING SITE, 200x
300 feet (or In sizes to suit). In First ward,
Allegheny, fronting four streets and P. ft W. R.
B. W. A. HERRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Machinery and Metals.
IOR SALE ENG1NE8 AND BOILERS NEW
and refitted: renairinfimromntlvattrnrii.il tn
PORTER FOUNDRY ANDMACHlNEOO.,LIM.,
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulO-23
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles la stock, from 4 to
100 h. p. ;all refitted;good as new, at lowest prices;
portable engines. S to 25b. p. i boilers all sizes
and styles. J.S.YOUNG,23Park way, Allegheny.
FOB SALE NOW ONE SECOND-HAND
tenoning machine, Z surface planers andl
sbaper, and new and second-hand engines, boilers,
lard kettles, tar tanks. Slomen valves, castings,
etc. VELTE & MCDONALD, Thirty-second st.
and Penn ave. Iv21-91-TTS
FOR BALE-ON SFKCIAI.II EASY TERMS,
acompletely equipped malleable and gray
Iron foundry, in full running order; property is
25x160 feet; brick building, with machine shop,
patterns, etc., and Is situated within three blocks
orthe switch track In the heart of St. Louis. For
full particulars apply to JOHN GUKHEK, No.
JMN.Slghthst., St.LooU.-ilo, oeM-M-TM
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOIIS.
T7I0R SALE-COUNTERS AND GLASS BHILV
JD ING, suitable for clothlnr and hats; store to
rent. 1318 CARSON ST., B. 8. noM-S
B SALE-ONE POOL AND THREE BIL
LIARD tihin in ir.t-H condition: pool
and billiard supplies: tables ent down and re-
d billiard supplies: tables ent aowa ana re
tred. C. L. IRAOY, 1313 Tenth ave.. Altjona,
FOE BALE FURNITURE AT AUCTION, 392
Beaver ave., Allegheny, Wednesday, No
vember 13. at 2 o'clock; there are bedsteads, bu
reau, sideboard, clocks, stoves, showcase, stands,
chairs, hat rack, lounge, sora, BInger sewlngma
chlne, mirror, carpets, etc. A. LEGGATEft
SON. Auctioneers. nolO-140
TO LET-ON" FEDERAL ST., NEAR "WYLIE.
ave., brick house of 7 rooms and bathroom.
THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave. no9-58-TTSSU
East End Kealdences.
TO LET-HOJ3E OF 14 ROOMS, STABLE
and outbuildings: large grounds; on Negley
avenue, near Penn avenne cable cars. Inquire of
HENEY ROBERTS, at Oliver ft Roberts Wire Co.,
TO LET-VERY CHEAP ON ACCOUNT OF
removal of owner;a good house of 5 rooms,
large yard: near station, at Bellevue. P., Ft. W.
ft 0. R. K. Bee W. A. HERRON ft SONS, 80
Fourth avenue. notz-91-TTS
TO LET-BY CHARLES SOMERS ft CO., 313
Wood St. Avalon (20 Good house, 8 rooms:
gis; watir; lirge grounds: stahlo. Hazelwood
ave. 3l2 50 Two new 5-room bouses: large lots.
Grandvlcw ave.-(17-Close to Incline; new 5
room houses. Sixth ave., bet. Wood and Liberty
sts. Business house; finest business location In
the city. no!2-6
TO LET-BOOMS BETWEEN BOUP AND
Bhadyslde stations. 5 are suitable for light
housekeeping. Address I. M. E., Dispatch Office.
TO LET-STONE QUARRY ON SECOND AVE
NUE, Glenwood; the large number of build
ings going np In this vicinity makes a near market
lor the stone: fronting on the B. ft O.. wbtch
gives the greatadvantageof loading the cars right
at the quarry; also having the fine Second are.
pavement to haul down town: a great chance for
a party who is able to handle good stone In large
quantities. SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO.. 99
Fourth ave. nol2-79-TTB
PEHSONAL-THOSE WATCHES THAT I AD
VERTISE for (15, (16 and (17 are solid 14 karat
gold filled cases with any first-class movement;
same as sold by watch clubs at (33. B. E. ARONS,
65 Fifth ave. nolO-lU
PERSONAL-HAVE YOU BEEN LEVI'S
bookstore? Do yon know we have new hooks
as well as old? Do yon know we have tbe largest
stock of old books west or tbe Allegheny Moun
talns?LVI'S BOOKSTORE. 900 Liberty St.
PERSONAL--I DID NOT THINK THEY
would stand washing, but they are now
more brilliant than ever, "said a ladv last week;
referring to her Voltaic diamond eardrops; she
only paid (4 50 for tbem; they are solid gold. B.
l Attuns, sole Agent, u f uiu ave.
PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURNED; recently they had not been on the
best of terms owing to a little family !ar occa
sioned by the wife Insisting on being allowed to
renovate his wearing apparel, and which, ot
course, was done In a-bnngllngmanner; in order
to prevent the trouble they agreed to send all
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor, 65
Fifth ave.. corner Wood st.. second floor, and
now everything is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns In their household. Telephone 1558.
FOUND "1 HAVE FOUND THAT YOU BET
Voltaic diamonds In rings, eardrops, etc.,
that have been worn, "said a lady the other day,
"and yon can Just set some In mine; they arejnst
beautiful." B. E. ABONS. Sole Agent, 65 Firth
LOST-THAT THIEF THAT STOLE MY STUD
thought It was a genuine diamond. It was a
'.Voltaic Diamond." 1 paid B.E. AEONS, the
sole agent, only (2.75 for It: solid gold. 65 Fifth
Law office of W. A. LEWIS, 9fl Diamond st
E SPATE OF MICHAL WEHRMAN,
deceased. Notice is hereby given that let
ters of administration on the estate of Michael
Webrman have been granted to the under
stand, to whom all persons indebted to said es
tate are requested to make immediate payment
ana.tboehavirjfr. claims against tbe sameshonld'
make tbem known without delay. JAMES F.
GfUHH-J, Administrator. no&W-TU -
NOTICE D3 HEREBY GIVEN THAT LET
TERS testamentary on the estate of John
Koenle, late of Allegheny City, deceased, have
been granted to the undersigned. All persons
bavin? claims or demands against the estate of
the said decedent are requested to make
known the same to her without delay, and all
persons indebted to said estate will make Im
mediate payment to ber.
MRS, ELIZA KOENIG,,
nolZ-50-TU 45 Boyle st, Allegheny.
VTOTICE - APPLICATION WILL BE
LN made to tbe Court of Common Pleas No.
L of Allegheny county, at No. 641 December
Term. 1SS9, for leave to amend tbe charter of
the Pittsburg Natatormm. Tbe petition for
the amendment is bow on file in tbe Prothono
tary's office at tbe above number and term,
where tbe same may be sees until the 30th day
of November. 18S9, when the same will be pre
sented to Court at 10 o'clock A. x.
no5-27-Tn A M. -NEEPER, Solldtor.
ESTATE OP SAMUEL MOORE. Deceased.
ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE NOTICE
Is hereby given that letters testamentary
on the estate of Samnel Moore, deceased, lata
of Chartiers 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 tne same win maxe mem known tod
out delay. WM. M. CRAMP, MARY E.
MOORE, Executors. 0C29-43-TU
ESTATE OF LET1TTA W. GAZZAM, De
ceased. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE NOTICE
is hereby given that letters of administra
tion on the estate of Letltla W. Gazzam, de
ceased, late of the city of 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 the same will make
them known without delay. FIDELITY
TITLE & TRUST CO., Administrator. DAVID
Q. EWLNQ. Attorney. oc29-41-tu
ESTATE OP PRANK L. ROWLAND, De
ceased. ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE NOTICE
is hereby given that letters of administra
tion on the estate of Frank L. Rowland, de
ceased, late of Mystic River Conn., bava
been granted to tbe undersigned, to whom all
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment and those having
claims or demands against the same will make
tbem known without delay. FIDELITY
TITLE & TRUST, CO, Administrator. DAVID
Q. EW1NG, Attorney. oc2940Tu
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
LN application will be made to tbe Governor
of Pennsylvania on WEDNESDAY, Novem
ber 20, 18S9, by George Westinghocse, Jr.,
Charles A Ashburner, John Caldwell. H. H.
Westlnghouse and Walter D.Uptegraff, under
tbe general corporation act of 1874 and its
supplements, for tbe charter of a corporation
to bo called Duquesne Mining and Reduction
Company, the purpose of which is to mine and
reduce cold, silver, copper and other ores, and
for these purposes to bare, possess and enjoy
all tbe rights, benefits and privileges of said
act of Assembly and its supplements.
DALZELL, SCOTT & GORDON,
Piney Woods Hotel.
Season opens December 4. 1SS9.
M. A BOWER, Proprietor.
For circulars, rates, etc., address
WM. E. DAVIE8. Manager, Thomaaville, Ga,
or F. A BUDLONG, Windsor Hotel, N.Y.City.
PITTSBURG ART BCHOOL, ESTAB
LISHED 1884, offers advantages of a
tnorougn Academic School of
Art, combined with private in
struction; eacn pupil under
joint direction of George Het
zel (Dusseldorf Academy), John
W. Beatty (Municb Academy).
Students wbo cannot attend daily
may enter ior limited numoer ot
days a week. For prospectus address
JOHN W. BEATTY, Principal,
anS63-Tns 413 Wood street Plttsbnre.
81 AND 83 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg. Pa. ap80-7i-D
p A.BALPB, t
4i fcsevenm avenue,
E WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD
Watches, clocks, iewelrr and silverware.
etc., etc. Finest qualities. Lowest prices is i
tike two cities, at WILSON'S JEWELRY
STORE, EosrftavePitkwK. TteewaMk I
XvysjstfsBgi BtCbf alyffisNfTi
pi v. &c. r. r., y
Where tbe Allegheny Bessemer Steelworks,
The Howard Plate Glass Works, and
Tbe Duquesne Tube Works
Are located, is one of the most desirable places
now Drought before the notice of persons look
ing for a place to locate for a pleasant HOME, '
where steady employment maybe bad, and
LOTS can be nurchased on the PATTERSONS
t.t .it . no i Dntr i m x traTmra mA rw
r ' ,f "i fc Maov.iiiniii aa.wa-w w w- j.
prv TtniMa 5 Jsj"a
' . -.-v5-?V
It will pay anyone to coma ana leebeiorej
purchasing at any other place.
Or Ho. 8 Wood street Room S, Iron KTChangt) j
Building, Pittsburg, Pa.
OVER 1150,000 WORTH
FINE FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRT j
GOODS, CARPETS, EUGS,Eltt!; ;
BT AUCTION X
723 AND 725 LIBERTY ST
Bales, Morning, Afternoon and Ereninfc j j
COMMENCING, MONDAY, NOVEMBER lLf
N. B. Special accommodations provided, forj
lames. noirraaa; ,
T AUCTION-TUESDAY MORNINGS
XV. Novemoeriz,asiu ocioci, aime room;
No. 311 Market street, a laree consignment
which- mnst posltlvelT be closed out so aste
settle with owners. Fine parlor suits, almost
new; gentlemen's easy enairs, Turkish conch,1!
oak dining; room suit, embracing: leather cbairs.'f
10 feet extension table and handsome sideboard!
and buffet; decorated dinner service, brnseelsl
.nil tnffnln Mm.tl mcr Ann Yralnnt ti1 nH
chamber stilts, bed snrinea. hair and husk raat-'-a
tresses, pictures, clocks, bookcase for corner,'
library taoie, cabinet aess, January ana Hicneas
gooos, etc, etc
No postponement of sale.
HENRY AUCTION CO LTM..
ONLY FIVE DAY8 MORE
. . ..: .. -' rsa
xne opportunity 01 a iueame.1 ;
Concert each evening by tho -
. .I 2
GREAT WESTERN BAND3
ADMISSION 2S CENTS.
POPULAR RAILROAD KXCURSIO:
November 18 The McCaull Opera ComseiyJ
in 't;lov;k." noii-ts-TTi
RATTD OPERA HOUSE
XX To-night, Matinees Wednesday and r3
TM-rfWAVflninrf Rruvtacnl&r Rafaakxh
Every afternoon and evening
THK MAGIC OTTEEN.
Week Not. 17-"A Legal Wrong." nolMSJ
TTARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
To-night, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday
REDLLY tc WOOD'S NEW BIG BHOWfl
All new and novel features. nolQ-VJ
This week Bass, the Ossified Man; MrJotasw
Connors, the Bontnsiae piay Actor, noiiwtioj
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING TBS
construction of a sewer on Reed street,!)
Irom OverhiU streetrto Dinwiddle street.
Section 1-Be it ordained and enacted by UwJ
city of Pittsburg, In Select and Common Cow-j
disassembled, and it is hereby ordained ias4j
enacted by the authority of tbe saaevfl
That tbe Chief of the Department of Puell1
Works be and is hereby authorized and direct-f
ed to advertise m accordance with the acts oft
Assembly of tbe Commonwealth of PeaatwI-g
vanla and the ordinances of the said city 6L
Plttibnr? relatlncr thereto andrezuiatine tfcoi
same, for proposals for the construction of a
pipe sewer la xncnes in auuneieroa AeaascFvewai
commencinsrat Overhill street, thence alsacE
Reed street eastwardly to a connection witfc,1
a sewer on Dinwiddle street, u cea-
tract therefor to be let In tho
directed by tbe said acts of Assembly and or-J
oinancea. xnecoai ana expense ox mani
to be assessed and collected in accordance wlefc
the provisions of an act of Assembly of UM
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania entitled "Aa
act relating to streets and sewers in cities of i
tne second ciass," approved us loiauajott
May.AD-lSsa . 1
Section 2 That any ordinance or part of for-
dinanceconflictlne with the provisions of thlsl
ordinance be and tbe samels hereby repeale
so far as the same affects this ordinance ,-a
Ordained and enacted into a law iaCosBeflQ
thUWth dav of October. A D. ISW. 4KB
H. P. FORD. President of Select CoubH.1
Attest: GEO. 8HEPPARD. Clerk of Beleetl
ConndL W.A.MAQ1SIS, presiaens 01 uo m-u
mon Council pro tem. Attest: GEO. BOOTJLjJ
nlfirfc of Common ConndL J
Major's office, October 81, 1889, Approjslr
WM. MCOALLIN, Major. Attest: ROBI
U3T.HUALAJ..BK, Assistant Majors oteiJU- va
Recorded in Ordinance Book, voL 7, page 17T,1
7th day of November. A. a. IBS. no
SIXTH AVENUE DYE WORKS,
M. MAY SONS & COJ
STEAM DYERS AND SCOURERS fiifcgl
And general renovators of textile laMeeYlstn
tl.t -A iu.tl.mWl KAfTAtf ATfufM BtarUS
neatly cleaned or restored in color. CartaijUj
01 every description careiouy aueaue ssv;
M. MAY SONS & Co.!
ieUTTS M SIXTH AVE. PitfbnqtPgB
A 7TZL '.i-il
BUTCHERS AND UlSUUJaWL ,
Wo are ilsnzhterine hoes daHr. aad an 1
Dared to furnish tne taraa "fid
Dressed Hoes. Pork Loins. Leaf Lard..
pigs r eet, rure Daxera' Lata, v
Lilly Bnttd, Trimssts. eta.