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THE PTTTSBtlEG gISPATOH, SUNDAY,""' NOVEMBER ? ' 17, 1889.1
ET THE GATE OMAIN
iKatureWas Bright and Joyous in
the Fresence of Death When
CHRIST RAISED THE WIDOW'S SON.
The Tower of Sympathy as Expressed Ij
GOD'S LIST AKD GEEATEST ENEMI
1WJU11JL3I rO THB. DI8PATCH.1
"And it came to pass the day after"
Upon which day He had done a blessed mir
acle of healing in Capernaum, curing the
centurion's servant it came to pass by one
of those coincidences which we call chance,
but which are themselres, as plain even as
a miracle, a revelation of God's power In
the ordering of human lives it came to
pass that He went into a city called Sain.
There is no city any longer in that conn
try to be called Kain. "A few houses of
mud and stone, with low doorways, scat
tered among heaps of stone and traces of
walls," are all which a traveler can find
to-day along the street where the yonne
man of this gospel lived and died and took
dp life again. "Nam" means "the place
of pleasantness," and no doubt but it had
a look which answered to its name; upon
that evening in the Syrian spring-time, when
the master with "many of His disciples"
going with Him, "and much people," came
first in sight of it, after a day's wait irom
Capernaum. The city stood upon a gentle
hill, so they say who have seen the place.
To the north rose Tabor with its vesture of
green; and towering, high up beyond, the
peaks of Hermon, white with snow, upon
one side was Nazareth, upon the other Endor.
To the south lay that great battlefield, the
pla-in -of Jezreel. But here, beside this
quiet gate, was to be fought a greater battle
than any whose shouts ever echoed up that
hillside from the days of Pharaoh to the days
For "when He came nigh to the gate of
the city, behold, there was a dead man car
ried out." And so the Iiord of Life came
into the presence of death. And so there
was a fctaiu upon the beauty of the evening
in the pleasant village. Death must almost
alwavs teem tragically out of place in the
world. Sometime when it comis to one ad
vanced in years, who sits in his
chair and reads his Bible, and
just shuts his eyes and passes
away into that blessed life where all mys
terv will be made plain, and nobody knows
that death has come till all is over, and
hardly then can be persuaded that it is not
sleep; sometimes I say,
WHEN DEATH COSIES
with that tender touch, there seems a beauty
and a blessed fitness about it. But more
commonly death is dreadfully out ot place
here. And never more so than when the
strong and the young are earned out, and
the desolate follow behind, and all the air
is full ot sunshine and the song of the
Epring birds, and all nature seems perfectly
and heedlessly happy. Oh! what a fright
ful discord in the harmony; and yet the or
chestra of nature goes on playing as merrily
as ever, and pays no heed. For nature has
a pretty face, and sweet voice, sometimes;
but no heart at all ever.
All the pleasantness of the little village
was turned into bitterness by that pitiful
procession, where there was "a dead man
carried out, the son of his mother, and she
was a widow." The householder arose one
morning, in the parable, and lo, there were
tares among the wheat. And he said: "An
enemy hath done thisl" Christ looked out
over the fair world, and saw the sin that
was in it, and the sorrow and the death
which marred it, and said, no doubt, the
same words over again: "An enemv hath
done thisl" For God has planted no tares I
among the wheat; He has put into the world J
aeither sin, nor sorrow, nor even death. "We I
have brought these ills into human life our I
own selves. Do vou remember that in the
e.-rT of Eden, first comes sin, and after that
death? And do you remember 'how St. Paul
repeats and emphasizes that? Death, then,
is the enemy of God. "We have the Scrip
tures for -that "The last enemy that shall
be destroyed is death."
Let no one think that God sent down a
dread messenger into that poor widow's
home and took away her son, her comfort
and her sole support No; the enemy came.
And God, who knows the end from the be
ginning; God, who knows how to turn even
curses into benedictions; God suffered it to
be so. He knew what we cannot know
just why it was best that there in that little
house in Nain, and in houses beyond num
berinf, some of them very much nearer at
at hand than Nain, the enemy should have
his way. Somehow it was, and is, best Oh,
thank Godl one day even that last enemy
shall be utterly destroyed; thank God that
beyond this life is another into which the
gate of death gives entrance, where sorrow
and crving will have no place at all, where
there will be no death, no bitter parting,
forever and ever.
t ' "And when the Lord saw her. He had
compassion on her, and said unto her,
'Weep not' " How easy it is to say that!
and how hard to heed itl And yet the very
saying ot it, even from our lips, does good.
Because it means sympathy. And sym
pathy helps when nothing else can help.
Christ does not forbid tear'. Some people
are afraid that to be sorrowful is itself an
act of unbelief; that God is angry at human
grief. But there is no foundation for that
fear. Christ Himself wept beside the grave
of His friend.
Sorrow is but the natural effect of affliction.
It means love. It is the crv ot pain which
comes at the breaking of a bond which God
Himself hasmadestrong. God, Who put love
into our hearts, made griet at loss of the
sight of thoscwe love a part of our nature.
There is only one kind of sorrow which
offends God. That is selfish sorrow.
The wisdom of God and the love of God
let us go to these in the presence of the
enemy. God knows best, and loves us.
That ib the best kind of comfort.
Somebodv sent me a tract the other day
entitled, "Karma as a Cure for Trouble."
The tract began by stating the old problem
of pain. The world is lull of trouble, pain,
injustice, suffering of all sorts. "Why? Why,
says the political economist, because "in
equalities in social life" troubles of that
kind are the necessary effect o: high civili
zation. Or, "it is the will of God," so the
parish clergyman says. "He has been
pleased to make a few rich and many poor,
some healthy and others weak and we
must accept the fact with devout
resignation, not eye it with doubt
or bitterness." The writer of the tract
thinks but meanly of these meagre and un
satisfying words of attempted comfort. He
has a'word of his own. The cure for trouble
is the doctrine of Karma. "This doctrine
holds that men are what tbey have made
themselves; that their lot has been fashioned
by their own acts; that they suffer and en
joy because they have earned either suffer
ing or enjoyment." This seems, however,
but a hard-hearted comforting. "You poor
fellow," It says to the man in trouble; "you
deserve all this. It is your own fault"
"Whv this is precisely what Job's comforter
tried to persuade him of.
But wait There is more in this doctrine.
Men will say. continues the essayist, how
can that be true? "My condition began
with my infancy." I was born poor, or
weak, or subject to temptation, to which the
theosophist will answer: "Ah, but before
vou were born there was a life, perhaps 20
lives, perhaps a hundred. There is where
the blame belongs. If you are nnhappy in
this life, beyond doubt you were a scoundrel
in your previous life, and are now getting
properly punished for it This is the
Karmie solution of the problem of human
pain. "The doctrine of Karma presupposes
THE DOCTRINE OP TEANBMTGBATION.
jt Anybody may believe that who can.
Anybody may get out of such a belief what
ever comfort they can discover in it I
Hook at Christ standing beside the coffin
there at Nain filled with compassion, saying,
"weep not" X remember that Christ came
here to reveal God.to "shownsthe Father;"
and I learn that there is no human sorrow
without God's sympathy. I learn that
God above, who permits -pain and even
death He knew why I learn that He cares
and loves. And is not this availing and
"And He came and touched the bier; and
they that bore him stood still. And He
said, young man, I say unto thee, arise.
And he that was dead sat up and began to
speak. And He delivered him to his
mother.' And then St. Luke goes on to tell
how the multitude were affrighted by the
miracle. "And there came a fear on ell;
and they glorified God, saying that a great
prophet is risen up among us, and that
Goa hath visited His people." I wish St
Luke had told us how the young man was
affected. It would be universally interest
ing to know how life looked to him, and
what he did with his life after that marvel
ous restoration. He who gave him life
taught him it only by His gift that life is
worth living. Did he live it afterward ac
cording to this beginning?
It makes one think of Browning's poem
about Lazarus. You remember how
Karshish, an Arab pilgrim, is represented
in the poem as making a visit to Bethany
and spending a little time with Lazarus
alter Christ had raised him from the dead,
and writing back a letter about him to his
master in the Fast. Lazarus seemed to him
the strangest man that he had ever
seem. And especially in his estimation
of the value of things in the life about him.
To him, what other men accounted great
the splendors of men, the riches, the ambi
tion which influence men's hearts to Laz
arus the talk about these things seemed idle
as the buzzing ot the flies. And the small
seemed great. The man looked out at human
life with eves which had been bathed in
heaven. "The spiritual life around the
earthly life" he held to.
"His heart and brain move there; his feet
It makes one wonder if the young man at
Nain lived such as that after Christ gave
him life. Surely he went not back into the
old worldly ways of doing and measuring
And why need we? George Hodges.
MARKED BI A EOG BLNGER.
The Queer Stamp Fat Upon the Gift of a
New York Evening San.
"One of the funniest things that I have
heard for a long time happened a few weeks
ago," said my 'Western friend, "out in In
diana, where one of the 'pillars of society' is
a wealthy and generous old soul with an
immense fortune the result of the inven
tion of an ingenions triangular bit of iron
designed for the noses of hogs and called a
hog ringer. Now, it happened that the
pretty daughter of his pastor was about to
be married and (surely a bride may indulge
in a little lady-like wonder as to such
things) speculation was rife in the pastor's
family as to what the good 'pillar' would
send as a gift On the morning of the wed
ding day tnere came to the house a great box
bearing the card of the wealthy inventor.
"With pleased anticipation it was opened.
It contained a dinner service of solid silver,
exquisite in design and finish. With little
cries of rapture, the bride took out piece
after piece and placed them side by side.
Then a qneer little mark, where the mono
gram usually is, caueht her attention; she
bent over it, and what do you think? Ex
actly in the most conspicnous place on each
piece the dear old donor, with happy inspir
ation, had had his hog ringer engraved."
THE DOG WAS SO SAILOR.
Escape a Sea Voyage He Traveled
Hundreds of Mile Alone.
Many a landsman on board ship has been
ready to say that if he were only once more
on shore he would never leave it Such
seems to have been the feeling of a dog, of
which we read in the "History ot Thomas-
Captain "Norton, of Cashing, had a favor-
ite dog, which he took with him on a voy
age to Wilmington, N. C, No sooner were
they at sea than, from sea-sickness or some
other cause, the creature became uneasy, and
remained inconsolable through the whole
voyage Soon after the vessel arrived at
'Wilmington the dog was missed, and noth
ing more was seen of him. On getting back
to Cushing, however, the Captain found the
dog at home safe and sound. He had arrived
there in just 14 days from the time of his
landing at Wilmington.
How he had made his way, whether
across or around inlets or bays, passing cir
cuitously along the coast, or by the regular
traveled roads, nobody could tell, and he,
of course, could not communicate. One
thing was clear, he had had enough of salt
THEBE ARE PLENTY OF GENTS.
Men Who lack Some of the Qaallllri That
New York Evening San.
"Now see here," said a bright girl yester
day, "I'm sick of all this outcry against the
word 'gent' I like it and I'm going to use
it, for there isn't any other word to take its
place. Don't yon know the 'gent?' Why,
America is full of them. There goes one
now a perfect type. You see he is well
dressed and good-looking, but without the
distinctive stamp of gentle breeding. He is
lnu-ueancu, tumwvu iu uio viuuk way.
He has considerable knowledge of the
world, and is a capital story-teller. He is
not actually vulgar; he is sometimes very
well educated, but he stops short of the
finest tact and the best of taste..
"He never fails in a kind of hearty-souled
chivalry toward women that somehow suits
them in spite of its clumsiness, because it is
so transparently honest and he himself so
deeply respectful. He is a little pushing
and aggressive, but he is neither a braggart
nor a bully. In short, the 'gent' is the type
of American whose sons will probably be
THE TOUGH OLD GK1ZZLI.
An Animal That a Snot Through the Heart
t Will Mat Kill. y
The grizzly bear, of all the animals, of
this continent, is the most difficult to kill.
Senator Penrose tells me that the hunter's
tradition that a grizzly bear may be shot
through the heart and yet live long enough
to kill his assailant is true. The only cer
tain way to put one of these gigantic bears
to death at once is to send the bullet through
his brain. Mr. Barringer was with Senator
Penrose when they started one morning with
both dogs upon the trail of a big bear lead
ing from the carcass of the elk. A very
few minutes' walk brought them to the ani
mal, which was standing in an open spot
near the base of the Teton Mountains.
Senator Penrose sank upon bis knee,
raised his Winchester rifle, and at close
range perhaps 60 feet blew the top of the
bear's skull off. The brute dropped in his
tracks and hardly kicked. The skin was
was taken off and taken back to the camp
and now adorns the floor of one of the" rooms
in Senator Penrose's residence.
A Church Unlit by a Girl.
Detroit Free Press.
Let no one sneer at the hired girl. There
is a -church in this city which was built and
is sustained out of her savings. It belonrs
to one of the evangelical societies.-and is lo
cated on a fashionable street in quite an
aristocratic neighborhood. It is not named
after any saint but is simply and effectively
known as the "church of the hired girL"
An Eye to Business.
Lsjwlitoa Journal. 1
Host young men have felt a longing to be
Independent and have formed visionary
Ideas of what they'd do if 8 fortune should
drop into their hands; but a Portland youth
has hit upon a highly original way of as
serting his good luck, should it come, "if
I was left 1 100.000, ".said he, "I'd strike my
boss for a rise in pay, the next morningl"
Prominent Politicians Who Will Live
at the Yice President's Hotel.
CAHDIDATES FOR SPEAKERSHIP
Who Will Be Guests at the flow Famous
A PECULIAR OBJECTION TO COL. BAINE
cohbespoxoexcx of the dispatch.
WASHnrGTON.November 16. Vice Presi
dent Morton's splendid apartment house,
the Shoreham, which has lately received so
much free advertising through the medium
of the W. C. T. TJ. Convention at Chicago,
will be the home of at least 16 Congressmen
during the approaching session of Congress.
Many have wondered at the rather En
glish title bestowed upon the house by the
Vice President Ex-Governor Kellogg, of
Louisiana, explains this by stating that it
was named after the village of Shoreham,
Vt," the scene of the Vice President's na
That quaint figure in the Speakership
race, "Uncle Joe" Cannon, as he is famil
iarly termed by the inkslingers of News
paper Row, has removed his lares et pen
ates from the Willard to the Shoreham.
He has secured, handsome apartments in
this already popular house, wherein Mrs.
Cannon, assisted by
TWO PBETTY DAUGHTERS,
will entertain quite extensively through the
coming season. Cannon was one of the
most conspicuous of the crowd of promi
nent loungers in the lobby of the Willard
last winter. Every morning at 9:30 he
would make his appearance, a soft hat
perched jauntily on the side of his grizzled
head, and with his long overcoat, carried
upon his arm, just touching the floor.s I
believe it is not generally known that Can
non is of Southern birth, but such is the
fact, he having been born in the town of
Guilford, N. C, some 50 odd years ago.
In point of Congressional service he leads
the contestants in the Speakership fight
entering the Capitol during the -forty-third
Congress. Senator Earwell and Bepresen
tative Taylor, also ot Illinois, have also se
cured apartments under the Vice Presi
Reed, of Maine, the real leader in the
race for the privilege of wielding the House
gavel, is also at the Shoreham. Colonel
Tom Bayne, of Allegheny, is a fast friend
of the would-be Speaker, and many a quiet
game of whist do they enjoy at the magnifi
cent residence of the former on Massachu
setts avenue. While at Johnstown during
the days when General Hastings was work
ing day and night to bring order out of the
terrible confusion then existing, a former
State official in speaking of the genial
Colonel said that his only objection to him
was that he talked so much on finance. A
rather peculiar objection, but as Colonel
Bayne stands a fair show of capturing the
Chairmanship of the Committee on Elvers
and Harbors, I hardly suppose he will cease
talking on his favorite subiect
A WASHINGTON MICAWBEB.
Among the hotel loungers who gather in
the corridors of the hotels these chilly
nights are some who have achieved distinc
tion in civil life, and some who have "grown
gray in wars." Thirty years ago the most
prominent photographer of Washington was
a man named Brady. From '61 to '65 his
studio was. crowded with scores ot that
famous product of war brigadier generals
all anxious to provide posterity with conn
'terfeit presentments of their martial figures.
Many of the photographic reproductions in
the Century war articles were the work of
this man. At the close of the war he had a
large and complete collection ot photos of
public men, which be sold to the Govern
ment for quite a large sum. Brady was
successful for a long time, but after the war
business reverses crowded upon him, and
to-day he is living upon a small annuity.
Always scrupulously neat in his well-worn
black suit, with a beaver so obsolete in point
of style that the gamins cry out with aston
ishing vigor, "Where did you gel that hat?"
the old man hobbles into the hotel early in
the morning to take up once more his cease
less watch for something to turn up.
A Good Deal Easier to Find Than Animals
From tbe Wasco San.
A crowd of professors, students and pack
mules is over in the John Day country
searching for fossils. The ignorance of
Eastern people concerning matters pertain
ing to this coast is truly wonderful, and tbe
ground chosen by this party of scientists to
prospect for fossils in is a fair example of
it Had they understood their business
they would have purchased through tickets
to Portland and stopped at the hotels tnere
while prosecuting their search.
It is true there are some fine fossils
up John Daywards, but at the best the
specimens are only fossilized animals. In
Portland the partv oould have found with
out trouble perfect specimens of tossilized
men. Some of the interior towns, excepting
our own of course, oould furnish fine speci
mens, but Portland has the advantage of
through ticket rates and competitive point
No Hulling There.
Detroit Free Press.
In Concord, Mass., there are 42 front
doors to dwelling houses which have not
been repainted or varnished for 60 years,
and not one of them ha been opened for
over half a century. The back door is
good enough for Concordians, each one of
whom carries a lantern as he goes out
Reward! for Literary Labor.
Detroit Free Press.i
Take ten writers of novels whose books
have a fine sale and ten mechanics who
have steady work at $2 SO per day, and at
the end of two years the mechanics will
have earned the most money.
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The "Banner Becipe Book" is replete
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baking tea biscuit, rolls, muffins and all
kinds of fancv cakes; instructions for roast
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French and mayonnaise dressing and mak
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WANTED-OFFIOE MANAGER AT CLEVE
LAND to manage business for Northern
Ohio; must Invest si, COO cash: ample reimburse
ment and security given for 6ame; salary 11,200 a
year (payable monthly). Address G. S. C.. Dis
patch office. no!7-l37
TTTAI.TED GENTLEMEN AT BMAET'S
V V Practical Business and Shorthand College.
4 Sixth st. ; greater inducements at lower terms
than any other college; private lessons for both
sexes day and evening: the best Instruction guar
anteed without text books.
have the finest holiday presents sold on
easy payments ever Introduced to the people;
now Is the time to make sales, and we pay big
salaries weekly to good men; references reaulred.
UNION CREOIT CO., 103 Fourth ave. DO17-130
TTANTED-10O COAL MINER3-THE CRES
VV SON and Clearfield Coal and Coke Co. will,
give steady employment to 100 coal miners: two
weeks' pay: no company store: highest wages
paid; good dwelling houses for families. Call
on or address P. H. WALLS, Mgr., Frugality,
Cambria co.. Pa. nol4-81-8u
-rrjANTED-WE WANT TO HIRE AN ENER
V V GETIO person In every 1 callty to distribute
advertising matter and attend to our local Inter
ests, a straight salary of 2 50 per day and ex
Fienses will be paid. Address, Inclosing 2c stamp
or particulars. UNIVERSAL8UPPLY CO., Cht
cago. Hi. No postals answered. no9-7S-ssu
ING work and employers and all others
who may wish to employ bricklayers are entitled
to register such wants, free or charge, at the
headquarters or the INDUSTRIAL MUTUAL
BENEFIT ASSOCIATION, 93 Fourth ave., first
floor front. Open until 9 P. w. Saturdays.
WANTED DISTRICT MANAGER TO
locate at Meadvllle or Wllllamsport to em
ploy and manage agents: salary fl.oooa vear;muat
invest tioo fo. stock furnished, and give security
for money handled. Call or address GEO. S.
CLINE PUBLISHING HOUSE, 5 Sixth ave.;
only first-class men full of energy need apply.
WANTED AGENTS AT ONCE FOB "1HE
Greatest Crime of the Century." The
assassination of Dr. Patrick Henry Cronln.
Write at onre and secure agency for the greatest
selling book yet Issued. 30 cents for complete
outfit. Agents wanted In every town and county.
Address, V, B. PARISH CO., Youngstown. O.
WANTED SALESMEN AT ONCE A FEW
' good men to sell our goods by sample to the
wholesale and retail trade; we are the largest
manufacturers in our line In the world: liberal
salary paid; permanent position; money advanced
for wages, advertising, etc. For mil terms ad
dress CENTENNIAL MFG. CO., Chicago, III., or
Cincinnati, O. no9.77-wrsa
WANTED-GENERAL AND LOCAL AGENTS
to handle tbe New Patent Chemical Ink
Erasing Pencil. Greatest novelty ever produced.
Erases Ink In two seconds, no abrasion of paper:
200 to 00 per .cent profit. One agent's sales
amounted to SS20 In six davs another $33 In two
hours. Terrltorv absolutely free. Salary to good
men. No ladlesneed answer. Sample ss cts. For
terms and foil particulars, address THE MONROE
ERASER CO., Manufacturers, Lacrosse, Wis.
TTANTED-TO INVEST ABOUT ft&30 IN A
V V legitimate business by an enterprising busi
ness man, capable of taking charge of the books
and office in any establishment. Address with
full name and particulars, ENTERPRISE, Dis
patch offlce. nol7-145
WANTED-A PABTNEtt WITH ft. 000 TO TAKE
, charge of office and loin with a practical
workman Id establishing a manufacturing busi
ness In this city In which the profits are large and
the demanil almnit nnllmlted. AririvAu Pir a rrrr
J CAL MECHANIC, DUpateaomce. v 017-tS J
TITANTED-A GOOD FEMALE COOK FOB
v v country Hotel: best or wages to right part;
vau at S509 BUTLER ST. not;
., In millinery. None other need apply at
ROSEN BAUM & CO. 'S, Market st. nol7i4
WANTED-LADY WHO CAN LEAVE THE
, city to solicit for special work: salary (60 a
month. CallN 0.5 SIXTH AVENUE.
WANTED LADY AGENTS FOR OUB NEW
Mcintosh Raelln: sunerlor cloth, in wide
lutely waterrjroof: arenta sell al-r a d&v and make
(8 00: great opportunity; also fine line other
goods. Address E. H. CAMFBELIj, 484 Randolph
St., Chicago. noS-69-rrsu
"VTTANTED-TO EMPLOY A FEW LADIES,
.' on salary, to take cbaree of my business at
tneir homes; entirely unobjectionable: light: very
fasclnatlng and heal
utnrui: no tailing requireu.
wages Big per weexinaa-
vance; good pay foi part time; my references ln-
elude some of the best well-known neonle of Lou
isville, Cincinnati. Pittsburg and elsewhere. Ad-
i me oesi weii-
dress with atmn MR1 ftAIHON WALKER.
Fourth and Chestnut sts., Louisville, Ky.
Male and Beinnle Heln.
"T7-ANTED-LADY AGENTS-ALSO MEN
V V Two immense new speclsltlestone ladymade
(27 before dinner, another J16 first hour. Address
LITTLE & CO., Box 443, Chicago, IU.
TTTANTED-HOUSEKEEPER. COOK AND
TV chambermaid for same family; cooks, din
ing room fflrls. chambermaids, nurses. 100 Louse-
l?.8.0ennn and colored girls. SIRS. E.
juiurjua, oua uram St.
TJA N T ED HOUSEKEEPERS, SEWING
T T eirls, nurses, cooks, waiters, laundresses.
general house servants, ean get
,t No. (SS Federal St.. Boom 2. Al-
Call at No. 06 Federal St.
MBS. ETTA CLIFFORD. U017-44
"TTJANTED-LADIES AND GENTLEMEN IN
vi city or countrv wishing to earn n to is
"j a. meir own nomes; no c
Inrn ihul .. .. .. .
day at their own homes; no canvassing; work
luiumiiniana sens ny mall any aistance. aq.
?.?!& w,th 8tnp. CRYSrALIZI
MSW. Sixth st,, Cincinnati, O.
lYSTALIZED rHUTO UO.,
"TTTANTED INTELLIGENT, ACTIVE MEN
V V and women to sell the "Boy Spy:" the larg
est and finest holiday book ever published; 630
Paires, 120 engravings; sells like hot cakes; work
all in AUezhenv county; one agent sold 290 copies
In one week; big profits. For particulars address
BOY SPY, Dispatch office. no!7-107
WANTED BY YOUNG LADY POSITION A3
copyist, or any kind of office work: can give
good references. Address H. F., Dispatch offlco.
WANTED-CLEBICAL WORK FROM SA. M.
till 12 by a young man who Is employed In
tbe afternoon. Address T. K. H., Dispatch office."
WANTED--A POSITION BY A GOOD. EXPE
RIENCED draughtsman (practical man)
for buildings, bridges, machinery, etc, and rail
roads; good reference will be given. Address N.
O., Dispatch office. nolS-82
WANTED-SITUATION-A BTBONG AND
useful man would like to have any kind of
work; has good references as a driver; speaks
German and French. Address BAUDIN. No. 55
Page St.. Allegheny. nolG-87
WANTED-A POSITION AT SHORTHAND
and typewriting by a young lady who Is
Just through schooling and Is now ready to take a
position: can bring recommendation. Address
TYPEWRITER. Dispatch offlce. no!7-32
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN OF BUSINESS
experience wants to engage with a reliable
city firm, where there Is chance of advancement;
city references. Address ENERGY, Dispatch of
Boarders and Lodgers.
WANTED-OCCUPANTS FOB HANDSOME
LY furnished front bedroom facing parks.
23 MONTGOMERY AVE. nol7-15
TXTANTEU-JJCCUPANTS FOR TWO CON-
VV NEC1ING furnished room"; suitablefor
two or three gentlemen,
Rooms, nouses, dec
"TTTANTED-B Y A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE
V V furnished front room within three squares of
postoffice. Address T. W. T., Dispatch offlce.
WANTED BY JANUAEY 1, '90, BY A
couple without children, three or four un
furnished rooms or small house In the East End;
handy to Penn and Frankstown aves. Address Z.
A., Dispatch office. no!7-lS
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY AT f. 5 AND
8 per cent free ot tax. W. C. STEWART
114 Fourth ave Ja20-2-sr
TTTANTED-MORTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
VV In sums to salt at 4K 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 157.
VV In large and small amounts at 4H. SandS
per cent, free of State tax; no delay. RjSED B,
COYLE& CO., 131 Fourth ave. my21-60
WANTED-A LADY WOULD LIKE TO
. .negotiate for loan or (800 from responsible
party at low rate or Interest: will give diamonds
as security. Address J. M. G., Dispatch office.
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY ON MORT
GAGES on Improved real estate In sums or
(JO0 and upward, ror 3 or 5 years, at 4), 5 and 6
per cent. X. O. FRAZIER, Fortv-flRh and But
ler sts. noi7-43-TTSn
WANTED MOKTGAGES-(l, 000,00010 LOAN
on city and snburban properties at 4)4, Sand
C per cent, and on larms in Allegheny and adja
cent counties at S per cent. 1. M. PENNOOK A
SON, 105 ourth avenue. ap7-f41
-rTTANTED-MORTGAGES-dOO.COO TO LOAN
tt on mortgages, in sums rrom sx iojiu,u.
for 3 to 6 years on city property, at very low rates;
iescrlptlon or property.
J. E. GLASS, 133 Fifth ave
niuuior lennBaDQ eitc uce
b.vfuvuv Mg, .vm.
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY-WE HAVE
over one million dollars to loan on city and
suburban property at i per cent; no tax; we
will also loan money on improved farms In Alle
chenv. Beaver. Favette. Washington and West
moreland counties; any marketable security taken
for loans or any amount.
BLACK ft BAtRD. 95
x ouna ave,
WANTED-SECOND-HAND ENGINE AND
bolter, six to ten horse-power. Address,
stating lowest price P. O. BOX232, Apollo, Pa.
WANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
dozen (13) or Stewart & Co. 's line cabinet
photos for(l, at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
XTTANTEU-KVERraODY TO KNOW THAT
VV the Remington Standard Typewriter can be
?rocured on the Installment plan or A. M. MAR
IN, 412 Wood st. U017-S3
WANTED PHOTOGRAPHERS, ARTISTS
and agents to know we make pictures and
sell trames at the lowest rates: send lor price list.
PITTSBURG CRAYON CO., 631 Smlthfleld St.
WANTED - NOVEMBER IS THE LAST
month for fine cabinets at (1 per dozen, at
AUFRECHT'S ELITE GALLERY, 516 Market
St., Pittsburg. Bring the children on elevator.
WANTED-PERSON S DESIRING TO LEARN
shorthand and typewriting In tbe shortest
possible time: situations procured. Address or
call at MARHN'S SHORTHAND SCHOOL. 412
Wood st. D017-S3
WAN TED-PERSONS TO KNOW THAT BY
agreeing to pay Si per week yon can get
puoBcBBiuu ui une goiu or silver waiciies. ciuct.s,
Jewelry, diamonds, silver ware, etc J. M1TSCH,
130 Federal St., Allegheny, Pa.
WANTED-THE PUBLIC TO KNOW WE
sell fur capes, muffs, fancy umbrellas, sil
verware albums, etc, on easy payments: call or
send postal ana we will wait on you. UNION
CREDIT CO., 103 Fourth ave. nol7-130
WANTED-THE PUBLIC TO KNOW THAT
the largest and most complete stock or
trusses, elastic stockings, shoulder braces, etc..
can be seen at the store of ARTIFICIAL LIMB
M'F'G CO.. 909 Penn avenue, near Ninth street,
Pittsburg, Pa. noIO-Go-SSu
-TTTANTEDBY PEABSON, LEADING PHO
W TOGRAPHER, 96 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that be is making fine cabinets at (1 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous nrocess. mhl3-63
WANTED-TO SELL ONE OF THE FINEST
drugstores, not only In the city of Pitts
burg, but west of the mountains; stock all fresh
and new; store exceptionally well arranged for
business; Sue fountain, and, in fact, everything
that pertains to a first-class store: location one of
the finest, ir not tbe finest. In the city, with long
lease or property; this Is no "catch-penny" busi
ness, but strictly bona fide In every respect and
one or the best opportunities ever offered to get
Into a flrst-class established drug business; rea
sons for selling tbe best, and given before any
proposition is received; no attention to any
communication unless accompanied by lull name
and address. Address, for three days, Z. D.. Dis
patch offlce nol6-34
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
SALE-BLUFF ST.. ONLY (L700, A
. Dries: dwelling or a rooms, nan, ves
well finished: lot 21x92: an exceptlon
J. it. COOPEB CO.. 107 Fourth ave.
Incline: cnod 2-storv frame
house: slate roof, 6 rooms, hall, good cellar, nat.
gas, etc.: must be sold soon. J. B. COOPER &
CO., 107 Fourth ave. nolS-80
TTIOR SALE-A CALDWELL ST. PBOPEETY;
C now rented for (20 per month, and room to
build a good house la front; street and alley both
tayed; price (2,600; terms reasonable. C. II.
OVE, M Fourth avenue nol5-86-rsu
TTIOB BALK V1CKBOY ST. TWO-STOBY
JJ and attlo brick, S rooms, vestibule bath,
laundry, range 1. s. closets, h. and c. water,
electric bells, etc: convenient and comfortable
house; lot 100 feetto paved alley; (4.600. CHARLES
SOMEKS & CO., 313 Wood street. nol3-79-W8Su
FOB SALE-ON MAID. NEAR DAVISON BT.,
Seventeenth ward, at a sacrifice as owner. Is
leaving me city, a new s-room oncx ow
with modern conveniences; lot 25x100;
(4,600; all or hair cash, bal. to suit: cost over
THOS. M.CQAJEFKSY. v8 Butler street.
FOR SALE IMPEOVED REAL ESTATE.
TTIOB BALE MILTENBERGER ST..
A! neat brick house of 7 rooms: electric bells.
both gases, e(c. J. R. COOPEB & CO., 107 Fourth
F5J3A,1yc-MT- WASHINGTON, NEAR IN-
, CLINE, (L700, frame house of S rooms: lot
???AiT.ei7Jfhea?:terntOBnlt- J- COOPEB
& CO., 107 Fourth ave. nolS-80
FOB SALE-LOCUST ST., NEAR MAGEE
st a very desirable two-story brick dwelling
rS??.iJ??inl8ne1 "le; both gases; lot 21x60.
J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond St. nol7-14l-TTSSu
FOR HALE-CENTER AVE.-FIRST-CLA83
brick house. 8 rooms, hall, vestibule; all con
veniences: prime eonditlon; lot 24 ft. front; S3, 000.
CHARLES SOMERS & CO., 313 Wood St. nolS-20
FOESALE- WEBSTER AVE.. NEAR FULTON
St. 2-story brick dwelling. S rooms and store
room; lot 20 ft. front, running to Wilson st. ; price
(4, 000. J. c. REILLY. 77 Diamond St.
TfTOR SALE-CLARK ST., NEAR MILLER,
AJ one of the finest dwellings in that locality,
10-room 2-story brick, with every modern con
venience; price low: lot 20x120 to street. J. C.
P.BILLY, 77 Diamond St. nol7-141-TTSSn
FOR SALE-COLWELL ST., NEAR DIN
WIDDIE, 2-tory Brick dwelling, 7 rooms
and finished attic In good condition: this neigh
borhood Is Improving rapidly and the price for
this house Is only (2,700: easy terms; lot 20x100 to
alley. J. c. REILLY, 77 Diamond st.
East End Residences.
FOR SALE-THE BEST BABGAIN ON SQUIR
REL Hill. C. H. LOVE, S3 Fourth avenue.
I 'OR SALE FINDLEY ST., E. E.-(2,300
Frame dwelling. S rooms, hall, porches: both
gases: stable on rear of lot. J. B. COOPER &
CO., 107 Fourth ave. nolS-89
FOR SALE-GOOD SMALL HOUSE, THREE
rooms, with large lot, on Orphan avenue,
East End: price (1.200; terms easy. C. H.LOVE,
N o, 93 Fourth avenue. nol4-3
FOR SALE-(S.500-SO3STANTIAL BRICK
dwelling containing 8 rooms and all conven
iences, well located In Shadyslde. W. C. STEW
ART, 114 Fourth ave. sel-13-Bu
FOR SALE-HANDSOME BBICK RESIDENCE
on Rlppey st., on large lot; all conveniences;
Srlce tO,A on easy payments. MELLON
ROTHERS, S349 Station St.. E.E. nolS-ll-Tursn
FOR BALE ON LEXINGTON AVE., NEAR
Lincoln ave., 234 acres: good frame house of
5 rooms: elegant water: finest of fruit In abund
ance: only (6,750. THOS. LIGGETT. No. 114
Fourth are. no9-67-MWrsSu
FOR SALE-S3.000-NEW OUEEN ANNE
brick dwelling, containing 10 rooms and all
covenlences: lot 47x148; the best property for tbe
Tnonev in Rhadvalde.
T7AOR SALE-FIVE-ROOM BRICK HOUSE ON
X1 Fifth avenue, near Robinson street, on line
of cable cars, at
Cash, balance on t
bar-rain: nrlee ffLfiot SI. 020
cash, balance on ten years' time If desired. C. H.
LOVE, No. 93 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-FIFTH AVE., NEAR O'HARA
St., two-story brlcx dwelling, 11 rooms, with
all modern Improvements; this Is a very desirable
locality for a home; lot 55x100. to alley. J. C.
REILLY, 77 Diamond st, nol7-141-TTSSn
FOB SALE-ON EUCLID AVENUE, EAST
END, near both cable lines, seven-room house
with good lot; price &9Q0, (500 cash and (20 a
month; this is a very cheap property. C. H.
LOVE, No. 93 Fourth avenue nol4-9-ThSSn
FOR SALE-HOWLEY AVE,, GOOD LOCA
TION, close to cable cars; two-story attlo
brick, S rooms, hall, porch, side entrance, perfect
sewerage: Tor convenience look at It; (4.000.
CHARLES SOMEHS & CO.. SIS Wood st. nol5-20
FOR BALE HANDSOME FRAME QUEEN
ANNE of 7 rooms, slate mantels, all modern
conveniences: Edwin st., one sqnare lrom cable
lines; lot 29x120; price (4.500. on easy terms. MEL
LON BROTHERS, 6319 Station St., E. E. .
FOR SALE-(30,000 NEW AND SUBSTAN
TIAL brick residence, containing 12 large
rooms and all conveniences: lot 114x4CO ft: this Is
one or the finest located and cheapest pieces of
property in snaaysiae. w. u. BiWAKi, m
Fourth ave. au25-ll-sa
FOR SALE-PRIME EAST END INVEST
MENT: good streets, convenient location:
lot 44x120 to paved alley: two houses, each 6 large
rooms, wide halls, drycellarsrrentals yield good
returns on price; U,0fo. CHARLES 80MER3 &
CO , 313 Wood St. nolS-00
TTIOR SALE NEW FRAME DWELLING OF S
J? rooms, ball, vestibule, attic and cellar, slate
mantels, tile hearths: plenty or closets: nice level
id only 3 squares from station, in East Fnd;
orice S3.000: easy u
J. E. GLASS, 133 Fifth
ave Telephone 1764.
FOR BALE ONLY (4,200 OAKLAND A
new 2-story frame dwelling of 8 rooms, hall,
vestibule, bath, inside w. c. and w. s. range, h.
and c. water. Inside shutters, slate mantels and
tUe hearths, lot 24x100 to an alley. J. E. GLi ASS,
138 Fifth ave. Telephone 1764. nol7-8S
FOR SALE-(11,000, ON EASY PAYMENTS: A
new Queen Anne brick dwelling, containing;
12 rooms, all conveniences; fine gas fixtures, and
Is elegantly papered: lot 55x175 feet: located in the
heart of the East Kud, on one of themaln avenues.
W. C. STEW ART, 114 Fourth ave. aull-68-su
FOR SALE LD3ERTY IAVENUE AND
Thirty-ninth St., convenient to cable line
new frame dwelling, 5 rooms, finished attic, ball,
vestibule. Inside shutters, etc.. grained and well
L. O. FRA
lot loxlotrf ect : nrlee S2.80O: terms eaav.
. FRAZIER, Forty-fifth and .Butler sts.
MIGNONETTE ST., PRIME LO
snrrounded bv fine Imnrari.
ments; close to cables and P. H. B, ; large, nand
some lot 43X120; two-story, S rooms, attic, cellar
under all of house; water both floors; gas; all con
veniences; to,500. CHARLES SOMERS & CO.,
S13 Wood St. nol5-20
OP. SALE-ELEGANT BRICK RESIDENCE:
new (just compieiea.1: corner property, on
Stanton ave.. lso.
irom jinanu ave: n rooms.
receotiou hall, etc.: all modern Improvements:
large groonds;jirlce $3,500; terms easy; beat bar
gain in the E. E. WVW. MCNEILL & BBO., 105
Fourth ave. nol7-5S
FOR SAL E NEWFRAMEHOUSE-10 ROOMS,
reception hall, attic laundry, bath, 2 Inside
w. c's. hot and cold water, slate mantels, tile
hearths and all modern Improvements: the great
est bargalnln the A". E.: lot 45x125: Eveline St.:
(1, 500 down, bal. on long time D. BEHEN &
SON, 4112 Peun ave.
FOR SALE-BEN VENUE PLACE, A FIRST
CLASS Queen Anne frame residence of 8
rooms and attic recept. hall and bathroom. Inside
w. c. and stationary w. s., nat. gas for fuel, elec
tric light, electric bells, cemented cellar, laundry
with stationary tubs; elegantly finished through
out and Is one of the most desirable residences In
East End, with a beautirul lot 52x140, and only
(7,500, in easv terms. For particulars see J. E.
GLASS, 133 Fifth ave .Telephone 1764. nol7-S3
FOE 8ALE-S-ROOM BRICK HOUSE. A NICE
home In Second ward, Allegheny City; terms
reasonable; price (4,600.
C.H.LOVE, 93 Fourth
FOR SALE AN ALLEGHENY CITY PROP
ERTY, Second ward; near parks; now rented
for over (600 per annum; will sell for (5,500. C. H.
LOVE, 93 Fourth ave no!7-J .
TTKJR RALK ADAMS
1 room and attic brick house:
11.JV I1VUDC. A4JI3 IUVIUB.
halL etc: lot 20x120 to caved aller.
RLE3 SOMERS & CO., 313 Wood St.
TTIOB SALE NEW 8-ROOM FRAME HOUSE,
JO on line of Pleasant Valley cars, Allegheny;
small cash payment, balance same as rent: price,
(1, 600. W. W. McNEILL A BBO., 105 Fourth are
TTIOR S ALE-DESIBABLK BRICK BESIDENCE
JU in Aiiegbeny; close to paras: s rooms, nam
room, etc: all
LL A BRO.l
terms: examine this.
.7 . ... J. ..... J '-;"
vv. n. Aianxaitij s mtu,
105 rourtu ave.
FOR SALE-WANT A QUICK PURCHASER,
for a good little Allegheny investment 6
room house; new building, flrst-class condition:
good lot: Irwin ave. : will yield rental of (300:
(2.230. CHARLES SOMERS & CO., 313 Wood St.
TTIOR SALE-PARK PROPERTY, ALLB-
X' GHENY, choice residence no. 21 Montgom
err ave.. 14 rooms, bath, lavatories, laundry and
an conveniences: qnicx sale aesirea to settle
nick sale desired to settle an
estate. BAILEY, FABRELL CO,
FOR 8ALE-(9,250-THAT ELEGANT NEW
and substantial press brick dwelling (never
occupied), containing 9 rooms, bath, stationary
washstands, laundry, cement cellar and all Im-
rovements, located on Ackley St., head ot
onterey si, Allegheny. W. C. BTEWART. U4
Fourth are. ap21-i9-sn
FOR SALE-FRANKLIN ST., ALLEGHENY
Must be sold to close up an estate; almost
new brick dwelling, 7 rooms, nsii, cam. range,
b. A c. water, both gases, marble mantels, double
parlors, and elegantly finished throughout;
perfect sewerage; lot 24x130 to Decatur st. J. E.
COOPER CO., 107 Fourth ave. nolS-SO
IOR SALE - ALLEGHENY WE THINK
wen or this TiroDenr as a point tor business
in the center or a rapidly growing locality and
as a place affording a pleasant home: substantial
new two-storv irsme large storeroom, side halL
4 large nice dwelling rooms: lot 24x130; well ex
cellent water: stable etc: a good Investment;
(3, 000. CHARLES SOMERS So CO., 213 Wood st.
TTOR SALE- HANDSOME CORNER PHOP-
A" ERTY. fronting on pans; three-story resi
dence press brick. 9 rooms, vestibule bath,
laundry, elegant finish, all modern appliances;
aoume oricx aweinug iruauu wir street, yield
ing good rentalr' this property, as a whole la most
desirable affording, as
it uucs a ocaumui nome
and a aonrre of Income:
SOMEBS & CO., 313 Wood st,
large 101, duxi-u; -5orj jrme nouse, a
rooms: two In cash. bal. at 4H per cent Interest.
CHARLES SOMERS & CO., 313 Wood St. nol5-20
FOR 8 ALE SIX ACRES. HOUSE OF 8 ROOMS,
stable, abundance fruit of all kinds; price
only (1,500; also several farms, and small pieces of
properties near wo cuy. nMuiuiunAssu,
FOR SALE AVALON-P.. FT. W. 4 O. B. E.
a handsome corner property, near station;
nice elevation; large choice lot. 68x146; well built,
comfortable, convenient and attractive house ot 6
rooms; (3,200. CHARLES) SOMERS ft CO., SIS
Wood st. nol3-79-wssu
TTOR BALE-ATW1LKINBBURG, 3 MINUTES
JO walk, from station; 6-roora house finished
attics: !bath, hot and cold water; electric light,
gas: sliding doorstslate mantels; tile hearths; bar
window, front and back porches; handsome lotto
alley: price (8.360, (HO ease: tern to suit: eaU
sumo? jjhosvju vvmssumi ojtsswswauoju
VOK SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
TJiOK 8ALE-IN SEW1CKLEY-ON" ONE OF
J the best streets (60 ft. wide) but one block
from station, tn an elegant neighborhood and at a
low price, an attractive brick dweUlng of 10
rooms, bath, hot and cold water, nab and art.
gas, stationary washtubs, inside shutters, porches,
etc: lot 47x203 ft., with good lawn, plenty of
large fruit trees and flagstone walks; Immediate
possession: also, adjoining property, lot 89Xx20
ft., with comfortable frame dwelling, nat. gas,
city water, etc: the properties will be sold sep
arately or together at a reduced price. A. w.
ADAIR. Room 708 Penn bldg.. Penn ave. noI7-4
FOE BALE LOTS.
East End Lota.
FOB SALE-S3,00a-50X125 FEET ON NEGLEY
avenne, near Center. W. C STEWART. 114
Fourth ave. sel-13-Sn
FOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS ON WARD ST..
Oakland; only (I, OX. J. E. GLASS, No. 13S
Fifth ave. nol7-89
FOR SALE-OAKLAND LOTS ONROMEO ST.,
Boundry St., Joncalre st. and Sylvan ave.:
(250 and (300 each. BLACK & BAIBD, 95 Fourth
are. 2D-217. noUM4
FOB SALE -li,O0O-EASY TERMS: 11 ACRES
. .. of level land desirably located on Squirrel
Hill: will sell portion.
FOR BALE-(650 LOT 24x109 FT. ON REY
NOLDS St.. near Fifth ave.. handy to cable
and railroad: on easy terms. MELLON BROTH
ERS, OI3 Station St.. E. E. nolS-11-TuTSu
FOR SALE-(2, 300-LOT47X120 FEET, LOCATED
In Shadyslde, near Fifth ave., in a choice
nelghborhoodrtbe best lot for the money In tbe
East End. W. O. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
OR SALE-CHOICE LOTS ATTHE PRICE
Montlcello street, near Frankstown ave. and
allasa station, S lots, 23 1-3x120 feet to paved
CHAS. SOMERS A CO.. 313 Wood St.
FOR 8ALE-r7.M0-5 ACRES OF CHOICE
land, desirably located on Squirrel Hill,
within two minutes' walk of new electric road:
terms to suit purchaser. W. C. STEWART, 111
Fourth ave. se29-45-sa
TTIOB SALE-ONLY (5,600. TERMS EASY-1W
X? x440feet, desirably located on Shady lane,
extending to Dennlston ave.: think or lit only
(27 50 a front root for the finest piece or property
on 8q.ulrrel-HlH. W. C. BTEWABT, 114 Fourth
TTIOB SALE-10 ACRES OF THEMOST BEAU
V T1FUL land in the Squlrel Hill district, within
500 reel or the Sehenley Park, and having a front-
aze on three streets: this is without doubt the
best property offered In the market for a plan of
lots. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth ave.
10 R BALE-(2.500-TERMS EASY; LOTS 50x200
feet: located on caved Bart of Forbes ave
nne right at main entrance to Scbenley Park, and
on line of new electric road, which will be In ope
ration January 1: nothing in the East End to ex
cel them. W. C STEWART, 114 Fourth avenne.
FOR 8 ALK-A.LOT 60x120 FEET ON A M-FOOT
street: sewers, pipes, curbs and flagstone
walks all down and no extra cost for them: within
5 minutes' of steam cars and Z lines or cable ears;
churches and schools close by. MELLON BEOS.,
E. ., or JOHN 7. BAXTER, Agent, 612 Smith
field street. nol7-7)-Thsu
FOR SALE-HEBRON HILL LOTS 20X100
feet to alley on Herron ave., Clarissa and
Adelaide sts.. Just at the terminus or new cable
line: the place to buy ror a home or Investment;
prices (JOOand (000 each; terms (100 cash, balance
to suit purchaser: send tor plan. L. O. FRAZIER,
Forty-fifth and Butler sts. nol7-43-rrsn
TTIOB SALE (1.500-TERMS TO SUIT PUR
Jt? CHASER, lots 50x150 feet to an alley desira
bly located in Shadyslde (Squirrel Hilt district)
right on Hue of new electric road, which wlU he
in operation December 1. and only 10 minutes
walk from Fifth avenne cable cars, are the choicest
lots In the East End. W. U STEWART, 114
Fourth avenue. sel5-S7-sn
FOR SALE-ON WILKIN S AVENUE. NEAR
Firth avenue four acres, one of the finest lo
cations In the Squirrel HU1 district, not over two
minutes' walk from new electric road, and about
five minutes from Filth avenne cable line: this Is
one of the most desirable locations now for sale
In the suburbs of the city. C. H. LOVE, No. S3
Fourth avenue. nol4-ll-Thrsa
TTH)R SALE-LOTS AT GLENWOOD; CON
J? YENlENTtotbe station and Second Ave
Electric Railway: graded streets, sidewalks, city
water; houses and lots for sale on monthly pay
ments. GEORGE a BURG WIN, 150 Fourth ave
TTIOR 8ALE-p,C00-LOT 21x75. FEEMONTJST.,
JL' near rennayivania ave, secona ws
ghenv: good adjacent Improvements.
GATE & SON, 3f Federal at.. Allegheny,
8 minutes from station, (LOU): a bargain. W.
K. HAMNETT. 401 Bmlthflefd street, Pittsburg,
and WUklnshurg, Fa. nol7.7
FOR SALE CHOICE LOTS; 50x194. (49P TO (000,
Belmont Place Ingram. P.. C. & St. L. B. K. :
streets SO ft. wide: seweredrhousestosetbaek4o
ft., cost at least (2,000: terms KSdown, balance tie
per month. INGRAM LAND AND IMPROVE
MENT CO., 60 Fourth ave (second floor).
TTIOR SALE-THREE NEW LITTLE FARMS. 15
JC acres each: nice laying and productive
ground: abundance of fruit; good water: 4, Sand
6 room dwellings; outbuildings: lOmlles from city;
halftone or depot: 5 mUes drive from East Lib
erty; (2,500 and (3,000. CHARLES SOMERS
CO.. 313 Wood st.
TTIOR SALE-520 ACBES OF GOOD, RICH
X? rolling prairie land, and 40 acres of timber In
Jefferson county. IU.: 520 acres bra high state or
cultivation: live tenant houses and barns on the
farm: orchards, wells, etc; 9 miles from county
seat and 2Jf miles from good railroad town: the
land is good and lays beautifully no waste or
broken land on the farm: located in afloe country
and one of the best farms in the county; a rare
bargain: price only (15 per acre Call on or ad
dress SAMUEL CASEY, Mt. VernonA Jefferson
county. III. no!7-95
POR SALE BUSINESS
TTIOR SALE-BUSINESS CHANCES REQUIRING
X' from saw to az.wu are oeingonereo oy . su
ItUWAN ft W.t J002B GUOt aimUWB DUUOiDJ
TPOR SALE-GOOD PAYING SALOON IN
X East End, Oblor population of town L030;
owner In other business In this city, and cannot
attend to both: great bargain to good man mean
ing business. Address V. A. B., Dispatch offlce
EOE SALE-GROCERY STORE ON GOOD
corner. In. Allegheny: an excellent stand for
business; fresh stock; will sell at Invoice. Ad
dress A. R. BRAGDON, care GEO. S. MARTIN
sCO., Commission Merchants, 503 Liberty ave,
FOB BALK SEVERAL 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.-W have
customer with (5.000 0- more capital who will take
Interest In good paying city drygoods business.
BHEPABDCO., 64 sUth ave no9
FIOE SALE-AT A BABGAIN-A PIECE OF
property desirably located on Wood st. W.
a STEWART, 114 Fourth ave oc20-38-gn
TJTOR BALE-COB. TWELFTH AND NEVILLE
X? St.. S. 8. 4-room frame dwelling and attic:
this can be made a No. 1 business stand;prlee very
low. J. O. REILLY, 77 Diamond st.
FOR SALE-A LIVERY AND BOARDING
stable now doing a good profitable business;
tbe present owner has business that requires his
full attention. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth are.
FOR BALE A BUSINESS WAREHOUSE IN
the very best location on Liberty st. ; wUl
Jiay over 8 per cent clear of tax, Insurance etc.;
his I think the most desirable business location In
the city now offered for sale. C. H. LOVE, 91
Fourth avenue nol7-62
FOB SALE-SEVERAL PIECES OF PROP
ERTY on Fonrtn ave: also a number of
pieces on Penn ave., smlthfleld st. and other
?:ood streets: will take pleasure In giving full par
lculars and showing surveys to parties desiring
to purchase "W. a BTEWABT, 114 Fourth ave
JD THIRD st.-2-storyandMansardbrlckdwlI-ing,
9 rooms, bath, n. and c water, n. and a. gas;
by putting storeroom In this it can be made a
splendid business location; will trade for a home
In East Liberty. J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond st,
TTIOR SALE A 16 PEB CENT. INVESTMENT
XT New house of 12 rooms and storeroom, guar
anteed to rent for (55 per month; bouse well
adapted and In good location for boarding house:
lot 25x120: necelsary outbuildings; rare chance
for Investors and won't stand long; price (4.000.
MAGAW AUUSF., LLU..Heai .Estate and Ins
ance. 145 Fourth avenue Pittsburg.
TCHIR SALE A FINE HOTEL IN ONE OF THE
X most prosperous xowns in western r
vanla; everything new and or tbe most lmj
most prosperous towns In Western Pennsvl
a: evervtbinar new and of the moat Imnrnved
stvle: steam heat, closet and bathrooms. 28 bed
rooms, two offices, reading and sample rooms,flce
range In kitchen : barn 36x75 ft. : elegant Hus and
team; business aU that could be desired: reason
for selling poor health. For further particulars
write to or im
nqulre at DISPATCH OFFICE.
FOR. 8ALE-UNIONTOWN THE THRIVING
little city of 10,000 active workers In the coke
and gas center; a flrst-class property, located
right in business center, used as a residence but
can be adapted to business purposes, very sub
stantial and attractive brick, s large rooms, wide
halls, hlcli celllnsrs. bath, lanndrv. marble man
tels, hardwood finish; veranda, gas, water, etc..
large lot, stable carnage house etc.; conditions
pertaining to the ownership or this property, de
mand its immediate sale, and to avoid delay In
its disposal, we are authorized to accept a price
below actual value or buildings alone: we invite
attention to It, as a prime Investment. CHAKLK8
HOMEK.1 A CO.. SlSTVood st. nolS-BB
(lone. YeWcIes. Live Steele (fee.
TTlOE SALE-PHAETON BUBOY AS GOOD AS
i? new. Can be seen at a WEST t CO.'S, Car
riage Makers, 430 Dacaesse wav, Pittsburg, Pa.
-I710K SALE A VERY WXLL-BHID SADDLE
32 and driving mare; 5 years oW, oelsek with
strip la fee; tabulated MSUcree est be sMes;
dB sbbbbsB sV sl ! B ssf UsukAAssaW ssatssitM)
FOR BALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Machinery and Metals.
TTKJR SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS NEW
A? an d refitted : renalrin g prom ptlv attended to.
and refitted: repalringpromptlv attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY ANDMACH1NECO..L1M..
below suspension bridge Allegheny. Pa. anio-a
TT'OR SALE THE CELEBRATED ACME AU
X TOMATId safety engine the best and cheap
est power In the market: also the latest Improved
automatic knitting machine. Cheap for cash, by .
J. PRAGER, Gen'lAg't, No. 4 Filth avenue
FOR SALE CHEAP 8,000 YARDS FD3ST
CLA83 rubble and concrete stone For par
ticulars address P. O. BOX 172, Pittsburgh Pa.
OB SALE-GENUINE ALASKA SEALSKIN
sacque at a sacrifice: 38 bust. 40 long; pure
London dye: perfectly new. Address AMBROSB
G. BUDD, 93 Fourth ave. city. nol7-53
FOUND50 PEOPLE EVERY HOUR EXAM
INING "Voltaic Diamonds:" tho popular
verdict, "The finest we ever saw;" I also set them
In any rings, eardrops, etc, that yon have In use..
B. E. ABON3. Bole Agent. 65 Fifth ave. nol7-ltT
iTIO LET-NO. 24 SAMPSON BTBEET-BEICK
JL bouse 7 rooms and all conveniences; posses
sion at once See EWING- BYEB3. No. 93 Fed
eral street. Call for list. D017-U
TO LET-NO. 34 CHURCH AVENUE-BRICK
house 8 rooms and aU conveniences: rent
lossesslon at once. See EWING It BYEB3.
Federal street. Call for ust. non-u
TO LET-COZY FOUR-BOOM HOUSE: MABV
KET sL: large attic: back porch: water In
kitchen: papered this spring: onlrSlS; Immediate
possession. CLARENCE PLTT1T, 114 Second
ave, Pittsburg. nol7-15S '
mo LET THREE NICELY FTRSISHEDv
X rooms, with or, without board
norr-37 1 ;
mO LET VERY DESIRABLE BOOMS, TUR-i
X N1SHED or unfurnished; Dotn gases. Appr
at NO. 270 SHADY LANE, East End.
FUBNISHED ROOMS WITH.'.U
washing done: all only (3 75 to (1 50. 41 LOOANCVl
Sf.. near W vile. MBJ4r'f!
ST., near Wylle.
rXIO LET-TWO FRONT BOOMS ON THEi
X Parks. Allesrhenv: verr deslrablr located:
both gases reference given and required. Addressj
iiuuai, xiupaicn omce. nou-au ' i
Offices. Dealt Room. &c
w m i.. T.wTM rTnpivv TTtl.r. TfTTvmnwrHi
X furnished lodge rooms, with banquet haU
and. kitchen attached: Ught. fuel and staze-1
Apply to P. O. BOX 790. non-13 tU
TO LET-ONE-HALFOF ONE OF THEBESTAj
ttnrafvMrni ah Havvi srtvsuf- Hm VWTVI1 t
it BYERS, N o. 93 Federal street. nolS-49
mO LET A VERY DESIRABLE BUSINESS
JL place: Wood st.. near Fifth aveiaJ-storrSL .
brick: large store room, and 2 business floors. ". '
uiiAta s. oaiw w ounn ave uumi , -,,
TO LET-OR BOB HALE-TO HOTEL. MEJT .
A new 36-room house all modern improve-"'
ments. lurnace eiectno ugni, eiectno cans, etc. .
etc.: cltv 5.000 Inhabitants: a railroad division:,
no other good hotel In tbe place; house been, ran .
two years and has secured: good patronage. Ad-f
aress J. ar, care lord Jt THOMAS, Chicago, iu.a
rpOLET-STOBEBOOMAND FIVE DWELLS!
X uiu rooms, or can include 10 or u additional!
rooms, affording room for hotel or large boarding!
house: fine business location; terminus of eleetrlo
road in midst or large working population: favor-l
able lease to good tenant- CHARLES SOMEBS A!
uu.. ij w oua st non-i
PERSONAL-THE TIME IS LIMITED FOB
buying those solid gold, tilled case watches ati
f m w, sis au ana sis eu; wis is a special "cut" ini
prices: watcn cjuos sen uienx as oa. a J&. .ajujaivj
tfeweier, uiuiqits. nou-iu j
PERSONAL-HAVE YOU SEEN LEVI'S jj
bookstore? Do von know we hava new books I
as well as old? Do von know we have the larffes. T
stock or old books west ot tbe Allegheny Moos- - .
tamtr xixvx's isuunoiuiu wju iioerry st-
TJERSONAL THE GREAT EXCIIEMENT,!
X caused Dy "voltaic uiamonaj'- is oauyoa
tbe increase: they are actually taking the place ofs
toe genuine aiaroonas; rings, fa i ana op: sraas,ir
(2 50 and no: eardrops. (3 50 and np: heavy soUaj!
STRAYED CAME TO THE PREMISES OFl
the undersigned, a Strang cow; owner wills
piease can ana, pay cnarges ana nmarsiDeeow.s
CHARLES W13ENEK. corner Forbes and Mariomf
ave. Twenty-second ward. noi7-i:
J J 40c 75c 98c : for misses. SL St 50. tl 7t Ladle'!
sizes, szana np: ooys' rings, w vt, fJ a ana. an;
ss ouv r " au u0 -b- a-u
ABON8, 5 Fifth ave.
ATOT1CE TO STOCKHOLDERS TH1
l annual meetine of. the stocknoU'ers of tkai
Pittsburg- Traction Company will be he!dttj
omce 01 tne company, .jxa. iu ruui avenue. 01
MONDAY, November IS. 1S39, at U o'clock xS
mi. tor the nnmose of electlnc seven directorsLl
toserve for the ensuing year, and for such otieejl
business as may corns Deiora mo meeirafn
GEO. L. Met AltLAJNii secretary. no4M
OTICE HILLDALE CODNCII HOV
Z35.JB.O. U.A.AL. will meet atinett
INd, November 17, at BrfS o'clock sharp, to
attend divine services at Df. A. M. Hill's
rrhnreh. corner Franklin and Manhattan
streets, Allejtneny City. Members of slstr
councils are cordially invited. H.E.JOHK-
BON. a: O. O. FRAZIEB. B. 8. noI7-ll
MT. BT. ALOYSIU8,
The scholastic year of the Mountain Aeaettf
emy, nnaer tne direction 01 ma sisters ot j
Mercy wfll commence its fall term September!
Z Tuition for five months. Including French
and music, (lrjQ. Loretto is famed as a health 4
resort, and like Cresson.ls a. sanitarium ofi
unquestionable excellence. The reputation oft
tbe Sisters of Mercy as instructors to world-f
wide iw particulars address we Directress a
of tbe Academy. anSMSn i
OVER (150,000 WORTH
FINE FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DSTJ
GOODS, CARPETS. RUGS, Era,
BT AUCTION I.
723 AND 725 LIBERTY STVf
Sales, Moraine, Afternoon asd Evesiaj&ij
COMMENCING, MONDAY, NOVEMBER MJ
N. B. Special accommodations provided feci
TTANDSOME FURNITURE, ELEGASTJ
carpets, mirrors, eta, at Ancaon ,-
TUESDAT MORNING, Nor. 19, at 10 tfetoesg
At No. 311 Market st.
Parlor, library, office, chamber and dinls.
mattresses, flno decorated dinner, tea and
toilet seta, fancy goods, mirrors, rnjrs. llnolensaj
stoves, kitchen and lanniry coods. ladletTJ
wraps, stationery, wanes, iron saie, iuw
Clocks, ornaments, lutkiso rutrs 01a,
HENRY AUCTION CCwTJM..
Cor. Seventh ave. and New Grant street.
THE IMPERlAli CLUB RECEPTION,!
EVERT THURSDAT EVENING.
If you are fond of dancing, you will certs ls-q
1 In 1 If sir ITi rnni lift fin " 2f4al
WJUI lUUtJOU ) lUSA SOVUJIM"-"
Mosart and Royal Italian Orchestras.-'
Admission, 66c. Hat box, 100 ana 100.
Jjl VBGETABU5 AND P0UX.TKT8TA3li
supplies aJl-tbs city hotels: boaatnttrss tm
And It to tbelr advantajs to aeai ww ssssy-jsi
Telephone M. LB DIAMOND MAJftXBsVj
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