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SHE PEETSBUKG- DISPATCH, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23; 1889.'
THE OFFER ACCEPTED
ladies Organize a Society to Carry
Ont Miss BasendorFs Plan.
A MEETING IN MR, LOGKE'S CHtfKCH.
JUfss lonng Explained the Scope of Her
Home in Grand Rapids.
HEK TOUCHING STOKI WELL EELATED
' A second meeting to secure the opening
and maintenance of a home lor nnfortnnate
women, was held yesterday afternoo, at 2
o'clock, in the Sunday school room of the
Smithfield Street SL E. Church. About 40
ladies and half a dozen gentlemen were
present. The ministers who gave the move
ment their approval by attendance were,
Eev. C. E. Locke, Rev. C. E. Felton and
P.ev. J. "W. Miles, of the Methodist Episco
pal Church; Eev. J. T. McCrory, of the
United Presbyterian Church; Eev. J. W.
Spronll, of the Berormed Presbyterian
Church, and Eev. "W. E. Mackay, of St
Peter's Protestant Episcopal Church. Miss
Biendorf (Daisy Hutchinson), of this city,
and Miss Geoieia Youns, of Grand Eapids,
Mich , were at the meeting.
Mrs. C. E. Locke was called to the chair
and Miss B. M. Such was elected secretary.
Rev. Mr. Locke explained how the move
ment had been started by Miss Basendorfs
ofier of $1,000 and her house for one year
He said that since the meeting held on
Monday, letters had been written to Grand
Rapids, inquiring about Miss Toung's
work there. The replies were satisfactory
and praised Miss Young Letters were
read from the Methodist and the Episcopal
ministers of Grand Rapids, and from Mrs.
S. A. King, who was at the head of the
home in that city. The Episcopal minister
and Mrs. King spoke very highly of the
work started bv Mis Yonng but Rev. Mr.
Graham, the Methodist minister, did not
praise so highly. A letter was read con
cerning the home at No 919 Locust street,
Philadelphia, and statements were made in
regard to similar establishments in Chicago
and Ifew York. All of these institutions
were reported to be successful in their
labors, and instrumental in reforming
many young women.
MISS TOUNG'S TALE OF WOE.
Miss Young was then introduced by Rev.
Mr. Locke, and told her story of the lound
ing of the Grand Rapids home. She said:
"My mother was poor. She worked by the
day, but I believe she was a good woman.
The Bible was sometimes open on the table
when we had nothing to eat. Every morn
ing she prayed, but did not give us more
thae a cracker lor breakfast. So X came to
think that prayer and religion did not do
much good. Money was the thing to be
soucht. With that one could get food and
clothing and a fine house. I was married very
young, and my husband deserted me when I
was 1C years old. I was penniless and ig
norant. I started out to find work, but I
found a policeman. He took me to the
station house. Next day there was no place
to send me except to the county jail, and I
was sent there. From that place I was
transferred to the poor farm. The authori
ties then sent word to the mother of my
husband that if she did not give me a home
ehe would be prosecuted. So she took
xne in. She was poor herself, and
could not well afford to keep
me. One day she suggested that I ought to
go to an intelligence office and try to find
work. I went, but got nothing. Then I
visited some of the rich houses, but without
getting employment. That night I slept on
the ground. The next day I found my way
to a disorderly house. I did not know its
real nature wnen I entered, but I will say
that I was glad to find a place to lay my
"I grew hardened to the life. I prospered,
pot money and property and became a pro
prietress. I thought nothing about religion.
What I had seen of it did not impress me
ery well. For many years we Civer heard
n word about religion nor the voice of one
pure, woman. 'We were not heathens ex
actly, but we lived in greater darkness. I
was led into this work by seeing that when
n girl became sick she had no place to go.
"hen she died we buried her, but no prayer
was ever said over her dead body. I went,
at different times, to get a minister to pray
at a funeral. They all refused. Seeing
these things I went to the Chief of Police
and oflered to provide for any girl who
should fall sick.
THE OFFER ACCEPTED.
"This offer got into the newspapers, and
the Episcopal minister came to see me. He
tried to persuade me to become a Christian,
but I told him I did not wish to haveanytking
to do with religion. I told him if he could
get a minister to pray over the grave of a
girl who had just died, I would listen to
him. He said he would do it himself, and he
did. At the funeral nearly all the women
of that class in the city were present, and
they heard words which most of them never
had heard before. The minister called on me
again. I do not believe he would have per
suaded me, but he brought with him a good
woman. She led me into the work which
we are now conducting in Grand Rapids. I
was making hundreds of dollars, and it was
hard to give that up, but one night the
house was closed "
Miss Young then briefly told how the
Emerson Home in Grand Rapids was man
aged. Her story deeply impressed the
listeners, and several speakers said that no
greater incentive could be given for the
work than that woman's simple tale.
Eev. Dr. Felton, of Christ Church, ad
vised the acceptance of the offer of Miss Bas
endorf. Rev. Mr.Sproull moved that the gift
we accepiea, ana mat a permanent society be
organized, which was carried. A committee
was appointed to nominate officers for the
society, and alter retiring for awhile, it
presented the following list, which was ap
proved: President, Mrs. C. E. Locke;
Vice Presidents, Mrs. Rev. "V. H. McMil
lan, Mrs. Rev. J. P. E. Knmler and Mrs.
Rev. J. W. Riddle; Recording Secretarv
Miss B. M. Such; Treasurer, H. K. Porte'r.
Rev. J. T. McCrory, Samuel Hamilton
Mrs. Rev. T. J Leak, Mrs. J. O. Brownj
Rev. J. "W. Miles, Rev. C. E. Locke and
Mrs. R. H. Jones were appointed a com
mittee to report a form of permanent organ
ization at the next meeting. That meeting
will be held at 2 o'clock next Friday after
noon in the Third United Presbyterian
Church, on Diamond, opposite the Court
House. Ministers and members of all de
nominations are invited to attend. The
movement is intended to be entirely unde
nominational. Henry Scarlet Underwear,
All wool, at 88c to-dav sold all over the
city at 1 25. ' p. C. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
SXOO S3.00 S3 00.
Cain & Yerner's 53.00 shoe for ladies and
gentlemen fit all shapes of feet and are
comfortable. Fifth ave. and Market st.
Atr Sledieaior and Injector.
An apparatus for the cure of catarrh by
medicated air. It restores bearinc break
"m units, cures roar
ing in the head. It
is cheaper than any
other treatment, cur
ing simple catarrhs
in from three to six
months. ThU ;
kjector given with
each treatment, or
sent to any express
I attention to catarrh,
j nervous and chronic
I tryTBMff uiseases.
SS3S o. u. JUOOBE, M.D.,
34 Arcn si., .auegneny, Pa.
CATARRHAL DEATlf ESS CURED.
De. Moobe When I came to you I
could not hear a watch tick at my right
ear. Your injector has restored my hearing
and relieved me of roaring in the head.
185 Ohio st, Allegheny, Pa.
i? I ww 0 i
' AMERICAN NECKWEAR
It What the People Want,
From the fact that it is superior in style
and finish to any makes of foreign neckwear;
the English and French can manufacture
the silks, but they have not yet learned the
art of designing the shapes and putting
the scarf together to suit the American
markets. Foreign scarfs are all thick,
heavy and clumsy, and if you notice the
houses that make their great efforts on
foreign neckwear are always compelled to
sacrifice the greater portion of their impor
tation at the end of each season, and at a
great loss. This certainly should be evi
dence enough that the people of our busy
cities do not appreciate cheap foreign labor,
and especially on neckwear, which is .made
superior in our own country, affording work
for a great army of our own working girls,
thus affording them a good living.
The leading and exclusive furnishing
stores of our Eastern cities discovered this
fact long ago, and are now importing silks
in the piece and having the scarfe made at
Also, while you are led to believe that
you are seeing new styles you must bear in
mind that from the time foreign neckwear
is ordered from four to five months elapse
before it is shown to you, and in this time
our styles and fancies change. Well dressed
gentlemen are constantly wanting some
thing new in neckwear, and the only way
to get it is by purchasing from a store thit
orders every week, as we do from our lead
ing American manufacturers.
We show to-day entire new shapes and
silks, from the well-known American mak
ers, Fisk, Clark & Flagg, Fred M. Walton
& Co., Keys & Loekwood, whose reputa
tions are superior to any foreign neckwear
makers, of high classed goods.
We display to-day in our windows and
store, 200 dozen of Fred M. Walton & Co's.
great SOc scarfs.
When purchasing your scarfs, see our
great stock of American neckwear.
Hotel Anderson. 47 Sixth st
We will offer 500 men's handsome Kersev
overcoats, in five shades, at $10. Other
stores sell these same garments at $20.
Don't take our word for it, call and see
them. Price $10.
P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts.,
odd. the new Court House.
Only a Few Left.
Sec. hand 5 oct. organ $ 20
Sec. hand C oct. organ 25
NewSoct organ 44
XewGoct. organ S3
New T oct upright piano 175
Sec hand 7 oct. square piano 100
Sec hand 7 oct square piano 125
We defv dealers in either city to under
sell us. Examine instruments and be con
vinced. Store open everv night till 9 o'clock.
Echols, McMubbat & Co.
(Telephone Building), 123 Sandusky st,
REAL ESTATE SAYIItGS BANK, LIM-
401 SmlthGeld Street, cor. Fourth A-euue.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus, 550,000.
Deposits of $1 and upward received-and
interest allowed at 4 per cent tts
Why 1 Dreydoppel Soap Like Mr. EIIT
Because it gets there; washes clothes
clean, beautifully white, sweet and health
ful to wear; is the finest, best and most
economical for all purposes that soap can be
used for. Reduced to 8c a lull pound bar,
at grocers everywhere.
Heavy Scarlet Underwear,
All wool, at 88c to-day sold all over the
city at $1 25. P. C. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
B. & B.
Special for Saturday sales: Ladies' all
wool ribbed vests, high neck, long sleeves,
at the low price of 50c See this bargain.
Boogs & Bdhl.
t Tor bad weather, ladies should see our
California Shoe, $3; all widths.
Cain & Vebner, Fifth ave. and Market st
Uew line of fine neckwear.
James H. Aiken & Co., 100 Fifth ave.
Fob bad weather, ladies should see our
California Shoe, $3; all widths.
Cain & Vebnee, Fifth ave. and Market st
Money Bare Them.
$8 buys your choice of men's chinchilla
overcoats, in blue, black or brown colors,
guaranteed not to fade; price to-day 58.
Other stores charge $16 to $18 for these over
coats. P. C. C. C., cor. Grant and Diamond
sts., opp. the new Court House.
C-A TRIP TO MOBGANTOWN
is described" in a graphic manner
by S. Latimer in to-morrow's DIS
U McCance block, cor. Smlthfleld. and Sev
enth ave.. Rev. Dr. Townsend, pastor. Service
at 10 45. Sunday-school, 10 o'clock. Subject:
Is Unltariamsm a Real Gopel? no23-s
VT O T I C K-MEETING MACHINISTS
JLM Pittsbnrg Lodge No. 52, National Associa
tion of Machinist meets every
At No. 81 Fourth avenue, at 7.30 o'clock.
VTOTICE THE MEMBERS OF SARA
i TOGA Council No. 262, Jr. O. U. A. M.,
will assemble at their hall. cor. Main and Bntler
sts., SUNDAY MORNING, Nov. 21. at 9
o'clock, to attend divine services at Liberty St
M. E. Church. JOHN MAJORS, Councilor.
A. E. WEGER, Attorney at Law,
93 Diamond street.
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT LET
J TERS testamentary on the estate of
Julius Ritzel, late of Allegheny City, deceased,
have been granted to the undersigned, to whom
all persons indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment and those having
claims against the same should present them,
dnly proDated, without delay. MARY T. RIT
ZEL. CASPER GAERTNER, FRANK FER
TIG, 65 and 67 Sandusky street, Allegheny City.
COTTON fc HOLMAN, 91 Diamond street.
Estate of Lucy Barnes, deceased.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE NOTICE IS
hereby Given that letters testamentary on
the estate of Lucy Barnes, late of the city of
Allegheny, Penn'a, deceased, have been
granted to the undersigned, to whom all per
sons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment and to whom those
having claims or demands against said estate
will make them known without delay.
WM. H. BARNES, Executor,
B016-2S-S 94 Fifth ave., Pittsburg.
Piney Woods Hotel.
Season opens December A 1SS9
M. A BOWER, Proprietor.
For circulars, rates, etc, address
WM. E. DA VIES, Manager, Thomasville, Ga.
orF. A BUDLONG. Windsor Hotel, N.Y.City.
TTNITED STATES ENGINEER'S OFFICE.
U No. 3 South Rampart street. New Orleans
November 18. 1SS9. By direction of the Secre
tarv of War, a. Board of Officers of the Corps
of Enplneers will convene at New Orleans. La.
NOVEMBER 29, 1SS9, to consider and report
upon Senate bills Nos. 3901 and 8S80, Fiftieth
Congress, Second Session, relating to the con
struction of a bridle across the Mississippi
river, at New Orleans. The meeting will be
held at No. 3 South Rampart street at 11 A. sr.
on the above date. All parties interested are
Invited to appear before the Board and present
their views. It is requested that, as far as
practicable, all arguments, statistics, etc, be
submitted to the Board in writing. C. B.
COMSTOCK, Colonel Corps of .Engineers IT. S.
Army, President of the Board. DAN C
KINGMAN, Captain Corps of Engineers, U. S.
A, Recorder. no23-92
MS-Jhsplay aavertitemtnU one dollar par
tquarc for one insertion. Claatfled advertite
menU on ihit page such at Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, rift, ten centi per line or each inter
Hon, and none taken for lest 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 ad vertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser?
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have acconnu with Tns DIE
THOMAS MCCArritEY, S&,9 Butler street
EiilL G. STUCKEY. ath street and Penn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY A CO., Wylle ave. and Fultonst
N. bTOKELY. Plfth Avenue SUrket House.
1. "W. WALLACE, em Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER &SHEIBLER,5thav. &AlW00dst
JACOB 8POHN. Ko.SCarsop street.
IL A. DlNALDbON, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. XAEKCHEU, 89 Federal street
H. J. MCBRIDE. Market Hone, Allegheny.
FKKD H. EGGER3. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS&SON, Ohio and Chestnut M.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHEN BY, Western and Irwin avei.
G. W. HUGHES, Peinsvl vanta and Beaver ares.
PEBBY M. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
W. W. FLOCKEB, Stationer. No. 4 Grant ave.
THE DISPATCH HAS OPENED A
BRANCH OFFICE FOR THE SOUTHSIDE
AT NO. 1220 CARSON STREET, WHERE
ADVERTISEMENTS, NEWS AND SUB
SCRIPTIONS CAN BE LEFT, BOTH FOR
GENERAL EDITIONS. AND FOR THE
WANTFD ATONCE HARNESS MAKEB
at97abfcCONI AVE.; none hat sober men
need apply. no23-U
WAITED-AFILEGE1NDERAND A HAND
cutter to ko to Erie. Inquireof HASKELL,
at Home Hotel. no23-59
WANTED-ONlC FIBST-CLASS TEMPLET
maker. Aooly at PlTTSBUBG BRIDGE
CO., Thirty-sixth st. no3-9S
YTTAlTED-BKIliGK MEN-10 OB 12 GOOD
T V men to work on erection of bridge. Applv
at TENTH ST. BRIDGE. Beaver Kalls,Pa. noa 98
WANTED ALL COMPETENT PERSONS
seeking emplovment to call at TWIN CITY
KMPLOYMLNT BUREAU, 67 ilfth ave.. second
WANTED-OFFICE BOY FOB NIGHT
work. Address by letter onlv. stating age,
reference and experience, EMPLOYER, P. O.
BOX1S2, ity. noK-117
WANTED-SALEbMEN S60 SALARY: 40
advanced for expenses; work steady: send
stamp, no postals. BELLEFONTAINEM'F'G.
CO., Cincinnati, O. no23-97
-OTANIED-A BLACKS311TH WHO CAN DO
V shoeing and general wagon and blacksmith
work: steady Job the year round. Apply to UKO.
HOFFMAN, McKeesport. non-100
WANTED-TEN FIRST-CLASS PLUMBERS
and gas fitters: only sober men need apply;
references required: name wages expected. Ad
dress L., Lock Box 3, Jeannctte, Pa. no23-12
WANTED SALESMAN TRAVELING
salesman who is thoroughly acquainted
with the grocery trade through Western Pennsyl
vania and Eastern Ohio. Address GBOUER. Dis
patch office. noIl-53
WANTED-EMFLOYEltS TO KNOW THAT
they can save time and money when need
ing firat-cfasa assistants by calling on or address
ing TWIN CITY EMPLOYMENT BUREAU, 67
Fifth ave., second floor. noI3-18
-VTTAMED-KEL1AMLE LOCAL ANDTRAV
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
-TT7-ANTED-AGENTS SHOULD WRITE FOB
Y illustrated circular, terms and two weeks'
trial or Missouri Ttaihcr; washes dirtiest clothes
by hot steam without rubbing; easily sold; profit
able J. WORTH, 54 Beekman St., NY.
-TTT-ANTED AGENTS "DODGE'S HORSE
W blanket holder:" keeps the blanket from
blowing or sliding off the bone; nothing like it In
the market every horse owner buys: sample by
mall 25c STAYNER & CO., Providence, K. 1.
WANTED GENTLEMEN AT SMAET'S
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. nol771-TTSSu
TV powder and pnre spices: gifts with goods;
coke workers, miners or mlllmun can mute money
In their spare time: special inducements to per
sons having established trade. YAMASHIRO
TEA CO.. 88 Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa.
WANTED-SALESMEN AT S75 PEE MONTH
salary and expenses, to sell a line ofsllver
platedware, watches, etc.: by sample only; horse
and team furnished free: write at once for full
artlculars and sample case of goods free. STAN
ABD SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass.
WANTKD-A FEW CANVASSING AGENTS
(gentlemen) to go South with me for the
winter; also ladies and gentlemen as local agents:
this Is no useless humbug, nor false statements
of Immediate fortunes without work, etc.; satis
factory references given: write for Information.
LOOK BOX 55, Steubenvllle, O. no!3-S7
TITANTED-WE WANT TO HIRE AN ENER
V GETIO person In every 1 callty to distribute
advertising matter and attend to our local Inter
ests, a straight salary of S2 60 per day and ex
penses will be paid. Address, Inclosing 2c stamp
For particulars. UNIVERSAL SUPPLY CO., Chi
cago, UL No postals answered. no9-76-SSu
WAN TED-AGENTS-BOTH GENERAL AND
canvassing, forZell's Illustrated Universal
Encyclopedia, In five volumes, Just Issued, em
bracing a complete dictionary, gazetteer, analysis
and atlas of the world, 150, 0C0 articles and 1,000
Illustrations, the cheapest and best encyclopedia
published. Address T. ELLWOOD ZLLL, Pub
lisher, Philadelphia. no3-32
TTTANTED-GENERAL STATE AGENT TO
V V open office headquarters in some principal
city, assume exclusive control of our business, and
appoint local or sub-agents in every city In this
State. Goods well known, staple as flour. In uni
versal demand, and pay a net oront of 50 to J 00 per
cent. Address, wltb credentials, THE UNION
COMPANY, 744 Broadway. New York. noI2-60
-VTTANTED-A RESPONSIBLE HOUSE IN
TV Chicago desires to engage the services of a
thoroughly practical and experienced man on or
before January 1 next, to take charge of depart
ment for manufacturing Jellies, Jams and pre
serves: give experience and references. Address
J. 21, care Lord & Thomas, Chicago, 111.
WANTED-AGEN JTS TO SELL THE PINLES3
clothes line; the only line ever invented that
holds the clothes without pins; a perfect success;
patent recently Issued; sold only by agents, to
whom the exclusive right is given; onreceiptof
50 cents we will send a sample line by mall; also
circulars, price list and terms to agents- secure
your territory at once. Address WORCESTER
FINLESS CLOTHES LINE CO., 17 Hermon St.,
Worcester, Mass. OC23-44-W8
WANTED-LADY AGENT8-ALSO MEN
Tffo immense new specialties: one lady made
v27 before dinner, another 16 first hour. Address
LITTLE 'JO., Box 443, Chicago, 111.
Male and l'emnle Heln.
WANTED-noUSEKEEPER, COOK AND
chambermaid for same family; cooks, din
ing room girls, chambermalds,nurses, 100 house
girls, German and -colored girls. MRS. E.
THOMPSON, 60S Grant St. noI7-MTbS
-TTT-ANTEn-HOTEL COOK, MALE OR FE
YV MALE, dishwasher. 2 dining room girls,
night cook, cook and chambermaid for small fam
ily, 100 house girls, 60 cooks. 10 chambermaids,
nurse girl, laundress. MELHAN'S, 545 Grant St.
-TTT-ANTKD-AGENTS W E PAY 60 TO poo
VV per month to energetic gentlemen and
ladles to procure members for our association; If
yon can only devote a few hours each week to our
business it will pavvpu well. For further partic
ulars, address NATIONAL LIBRARY ASSOCI
ATION. 103 State street, Chicago, 111. no23-99
-TT7- AN TED-SITUATION AS TRAVELING
W salesman or collector. Address S.
CHARLES, bharpsburg. Pa. no21-73
WANTED A POSITION IN WHOLESALE
or retail drygoods store: haye good refer
ences from former employers, and can speak Ger
man and English. Address Yr. K. M., Dlspttch
-TTTANrED-SITUATION A BOOKKEEPER
VV with many years' experience and now act
ively engaged during the day would like books
to balance or accounts to adjust during evenings.
Address P. O. BOX 6L city. no22-2s
ANTED-A NICELY FURNISHED BOOM
-with board In nrlvate family, bv voune cen-
tleman in business: must be near Oakland and
cable cars. Address THEODORE, Dispatch of
Rooms. Ilontca. Etc
-rjT-A-NTED-FUBNISHED OFF1CEIN PITTS
VV BUBG: permanently If desired. Address
B7, Dispatch otSce. noa-2
ANTED MORTGAGES LABGE AND
small. Eli. w 11 lua, -o uram street.
TITANTED-MORTGAGES-JUINEY TO LOAN
VV In sums to suit at 4, S and 6 per cent.
ALLES 4 BAILEY, 14 Fourth are. Tel. 107.
W ANTED-MOBTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over Stooo; 4 per cent; no tax.
HENEYA. WEAVER Jfc CO.. KFourth avenue.
ANTED-M0KTGAGE3 ON PITTSBURG,
Allegheny or suburban improved rail estate
at lowest rates. ALEXANDER & LEE. 313 tt ood
ANTED-fWO TO SaOftOOO-TO LOAN ON
mortgages, 4.K, land 6 per cent. JAB. v.
DRAPE & CO., l!9 Fourth-aye., Pittsburg. Tele
phone No. 975. U023-21-MW8
WANTED-M0RTGAGl!3-ll. 000, 000 TO LOAN
In large and smaU amounts at 4H. S"?,8
per cent, free of State tax: no delay. REED B.
LOYLB & CO.. 131 Fonrth aye. mva-l
WANTED lO LOAN (500,000. IN AMOUNTS
of $3,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4Ji percent, free of tax: also smaller
am ounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK & B A IBD,
95 Fourth avenue. teZl-d35-D
-TTTANTED-MORTG AGES-SI, 000, 000TO LOAN
T V on city and suburban properties at 4, Sana
6 per cent, and on larms in Allegheny and adja
cent counties at Sper cent. 1. iL PENNOCK &
SON, lOorourth avenue. ap7-ffl
-ITrANTKD-TO A.OAN 1200.000 ON MORT
VV GAGES; 100 and upward at 6 per cent;
WANTED MORTGAGES-100,000 TO 1UA
on mortgages, in sums Irom S300 toSI0,000,
for 3 to 5 years on city property, at very low rates;
write for terras and give description of property.
J. E. GLASS, 138 Fifth ave. Telephone No. 1.
WANTED-LAROE SAFE: GOOD CONDI
TION. L. J. POPE, 5190 Liberty ave.
WANTED-PURCIIASEK FOR ELIGIBLE
lot in Allegheny Cemetery. For description
address BOX 13, Pittsbnrg. . not3-l
WANTED - NOVEMBER IS 1HE LAST
month for fine cabinets at SI per dozen, at
AUFELUIT'S ELITE GALLERY, 516 Market
St., Pittsburg. Bring the children on elevator.
WANTED-EVERYONE TO KNOW THAT
PEARSON, the leading photographer, of
96 Fifth ave. and 43 Federal St., All'y.. is making
a life size crayon portrait, beautifully framed. and
one dozen cab. photos, all for SS; all fine work.
WAN1ED-THE PUBLIC TO KNOW THAT
the largest and most complete stock of
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,
Pittsbnrg Pa. no!65-ssn
FOR hALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
'OR SALE WYLIE AVENUE PROPERTIES.
UHAKL.S SUllttK) A UU., 013 WOOO. SI
GBSALE-PENN AVENUE PROPERTIES.
CHARLES SOHERS & CO , 313 Wood St.
FOR SALE-LOCUST ST., NEAR MAGEE
St.. a very desirable two-story brick dwelling
7 rooms and finished attic; both gases; lot 21x60.
J. U. REILLY, 77 Diamond st. nol7-141-TTSSu
FOR SALE-COK. TWELFTH AND NEVILLE
St.. S. S.4-room frame dwelling and attic:
this can be made a No. 1 business stand; price very
low. J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond st.
St. 2-story brick dwelling, 5 rooms and store
room; lot 20 ft. lront. running to Wilson St.; price
fi.COO. J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond st.
FOR SALE-GIBBON ST., N EAR MAGEE ST.,
Sixth ward, nice brick dwelling it 0 rooms,
vestibule, hall, slate roof, both gases: 3,625, easy
terms. ALLES & BAILEY, 161 Fourth ave. Tel.
FOl SALV-PLUFF ST.-ONLY I3.000-A
modern brick dwelling oi 8 rooms, ball, ves
tibule, etc ; well finished: lot 21x92; an excep
tional bargain. J. B. COOPER & CO. , 10! Fourth
IfOR SALE-CLARK ST., NEAR 3IILLER,
. one of the finest dwcllincs In that locality,
10-room 2-story brick, with every modern con
venience; price low; lot 20x120 to street. J. C.
BEILLY, 77-DIamond St. nol7-141-TTSSU
FOR SALE-S3.80O EASY PAYMENTS A
good brick house 6 rooms, attic, bath, range,
naturargas: 2 squares from cable cars, on Bed
ford avenue Eleventh ward. See W. A. HERRON
A SONS. 80 Fonrth avenue. nol3-41-ws
FOB SALE-MABION ST., NEAR FORBES,
good brick house: mansard roof. 7 rooms,
halt, vestibule, both eases, finishe attic etc:
lot 20x101): a decided bargain. J. B. COOPER
CO., 107 Fonrth avenue.
FOR SALE A COLWELL STREET PROP
ERTY, now rented for J20 per month, and
room to build a good house in front; street and
alley both paved; price FA 500: terms reasonable.
C. H. LOVE, NO. 93 Fourth avenue. no22-39
FOR SALE NEAR FIFTH AVE. MARKET
house, only 15,000. new two-story brick
house.6 large rooms, good finished attic, both gases,
double parlors, cemented cellar, sewerage, etc.;
lot 20x90. J. B. COOPER & CO , 107 Fonrth ave.
FOR SALE FORBES ST.. NEAR VAN
BRAAM: a prst-class investment: ctaly
S3 000. brick: house of 8 rooms, finished attic and
hall; also good brick house 6 rooms in rear, front
ing Tustln St.: side entrance to both; lot 24x120.
J. R. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave, no23-40
FOR SALE-COLWELL ST.. NEAR DIN
WIDDIE, 2-story 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.
FOR SALE PRIDE ST. WELL BUILT
pressed brick front dwelling. 7riMimn. hall.
finished attic, both gases, water on second Aoor,
good cellar, sewerage, side entrance, etc.: also 6
room brick house in rear: lot 24x104: at a low
Srice and easy terms. J. R. COOPER & Co., 107
ourth ave. no23-40
East End Residence.
FOR SALE-AT SfSSO-A HOUSE OF 6 ROOMS
wltb good lot. In the East End, near Liberty
station and cable cars. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.,
129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. no23-20-D
FOR SALE ON EUCLID AVENUE,' EAST
END, near both cable lines, seven-room
house with good lot; price (2.900, (500 cash and (20
a month: this Is a very cheap property. C. H.
LOVE, No. 93 Fourth avenue, no22-37
FOR SALE-S500 CASH AND REMAINDER
on monthly payments or (25, a neat new
house of 6 rooms and attic: late improvements;
welt located: near bhadyslde station. W. A.
HEREON A SONS, 80 Fourth ave. nol2-88-WS
FOE SALE-OAKLAND-MEYEAN AVE.
only (5,000; two-story, mansard, brick dwell
ing of 8 rooms, hall, vestibule, bath.ranee, w. c ,
slate mantels, tile hearths. Inside shutters, etc J.
R. COOPLR & CO., 107 ourth are. no23-40
FOR SALE-IN OAKLAND-AN 8-ROOM
brick house with bay window, sewer, both
gases and all modernlmprovements: street paved;
corner lot; 4 -nlnntes from cable car: price (6.800;
easy terms. JAMISON A DICKIE, 9SFourtb ave.
FOR SALE-NO. 4515 CALVIN ST., 8EVEV
TELNTH ward, new brick dwelling, slate
roof, 5 rooms, hall, vestibule and largo finished
attic: large stable on rear or lot; price. (2,600 at
terms to suit. 1H03. MCCAFFREY, 3509 Butler
street. . no22-3I-ws
FOE SALE-OAKLAND-5 MINUTES FROM
cable road: new 8-room frame dwelling; hall,
vestibule, bath, laundry, nat. and art. gas; slate
mantels and tlle4iearths; price (4 000: terms very
reasonable; fine large lot. SAMUEL W. BLACK
&. Co., 99 Fourth ave. no23-33
FOR SALE-ON ELLSWORTH AVENUE,
(5,250, a neat, almost new house, 6 rooms,
large attic, late Improvements, all In first-class
order; street and sewer Improvements made: well
located at ShadyBide. bee W. A. HERRON 4
SONS, SO Fourth avenue. no6-40-WS
FOHSALE-PENNAVENUE, NEAR THIRTY
THIRD st.-2-story and Mansardbrlck dwll
lng, 9 rooms, bath, n. and c. water, n. and a. gas;
by putting storeroom In this It can be made a
splendid business location: win trade for a home
In East Liberty. J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond St.
FOR SALE-ON MAIN, NEAR DAVISON bT.,
Seventeenth ward, at a sacrifice, as owner is
leaving the city, a new 8-roora brick dwelling,
with modern conveniences; lot 25x100; price
(4,500; all or half cash, bal. to suit: cost over
(5,000. THOS. MCCAFFREY, 3509 Butler street.
FOB SALE-EAST END RESIDENCES AND
grounds on and contiguous to cable cars and
close to railroad stations: we have several very
desirable residences for sale, ol which we will take
Sleasnre In furnishing full particulars at any time.
AS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fonrth avenue, Pitts
FOR SALE-H600-E. E.. 1 SQUARE FROM
cable road. Fifth or HUanuaves., on a50
loot street, substantial Broom frame dwelling,
hall, water, etc.. all In excellent repair, with 4
lots 24x100 feet each, which are alone worth the
price asked for all. SAMUEL W. BLACK &
CO., 99 Fonrth ave no20-17
FOR SALE-A NEAT EAST END RESIDENCE,
near cable cars and R. It. station, 8 nice
rooms, bath, lavatory, natural gas and all other
modern conveniences, everything in prime
order: good piazza in front, large lot, side
entrance, price only (5,500. JAS. 1. DRAPE &
CO., 129 Fourth aveuue, Pittsburg. no23-20-D
FOR SALE-NEGLEY AVE.. E. E.. NEAR
Penn ave., new Queen Anne brick residence
of 12 rooms, reception hall, front and back stairs.
Inside shutters, nat. and art. eas. laundry, bath,
h. andc. water, 2 Inside w. c's. complete electric
work, sewered and asphaltnm street: lot 45x100:
small cash payment, balance on long time. SAM
UEL 'A . BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave. nol7-89
FOR SALE EAST END-RESIDENCE ON
Ellsworth ave.. near Roup station, a very
handsome Queen Anne brlcK dwelling, containing
reception hall, 10 rooms, bath, both kinds gas.
electric bells, and In fact replete with all modern
conveniences: one of the choicest residences In
the market: fine lot: price lowi easy payments. I.
M. PENNOCK & SON, 105 Fonrth ave
FOR SALE (89) ONE SQUARE FBOM CABLE
cars; Is one of the finest locations in Shady
side: new 9-room residence, hall, vestibule, front
andback stairs, inside shutters, slate mantels and
tile hearths, bath. Inside w.'e., range, stationary
wasbstands, nat. and art. gas. fancy brass
chandeliers, good dry cellar, property all sewered,
lot 30X100: price (4,800; terms reasonable: posses
sion at once. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99
Fourth ave. , so3-3-tts
FOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
East End Residence.
FOE, SALE-FOR (3,300, A NEAT, NEW
honse, 5 rooms, well improved; lot 27x120
feet: onllallman. near Howe st.. Twentieth ward.
See W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
FOB SALE-FIFTH AVE.. NEAR O'HABA
St., two-story brlcc dwelling, II rooms, with
all modernlmprovements; this Is a very desirable
locality for a home: lot 55x103, to alley. J. C.
HEILLY, 77 Diamond St. nol7-lll-TTSSU
FOR SALE-BRICK DWELLING AND 3 LOTS
at Shadyside, near cable and steam cars; beau
tiful property and In a rapidly Improving locality.
Particulars lrom JAS. W. DRAPE CO., 12D
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. ,no23-20-D
IfOR SALE-AT" HAZELWOOU-ON CATHA
. RINEst., nearR. B. station, an almost new
modern 2-storv frame house, Qneen Anne style, of
10 rooms, reception and back hall, bath, water,
both kinds gas, electric tiells and other modern
conveniences: good lot: price reasonable; terms
easy. I. M. PENNOCK & SON, 105 1 ourth ave.
FOR SALE ALLEGHENY-AN "ELEGANT
park property; (K,0C0. CHARLES SOMERS
& CO., 313 Wood st. no23-49
FOR SALE-A DIAMOND SX. PROPERTY,
close to Federal St.; we have Imperative
orders to sell forthwith: a bargain ror prompt
buyer. CHARLES 80MERS & CO., 313 Woo-i st.
FOR SALE-AT A BAHGAIN-ALLFGHENr.
close to parks a choice pronertv; press brick;
9 rooms, lanndrr, bath: large lot, exteudlng to
street In rear; (7,000. CHARLES SOMERS & CO.,
313 Wood St. D023-49
FOR SALE-5,000-HOUSE AND LOIk. 16
Anderson St., Alleahcney, near Ninth street
bridge: lot 20x100; brick house seven rooms; good
value at the price. A. LEGGATE & SON, 31
Federal st. no21-55
I7IOR SALE-ON NORTH AVE.. BRICK
honse, 2 stories and mansard, side entrance,
front yard: fine park view; house has 8 rooms,
laundry, etc., with modern conveuiences. For
full particulars and card of admission apply to A.
D. WILSON, 65 Federal St., Allegheny. no22-46
FOB SALE-JACKSON ST., SECOND WARD,
Allegheny; best location on the street: 1 sqr.
from Pleasant Vallev cars; new 8 room brick
dwelling; all modern improvements; a bargain at
(-1.500: terms to snlt purchasers. SAM'L W.
BLACK CO., 99 Fourth ave. nol9-73-TTS
FOR SALE-FINE RESIDENCE ON THE
Parks, Allegheny; 12 spacious rooms; aU
bright and cheerful; a full flood of Uzht tnrough
out: one ol the most pleasant residences on the
Parks; price only 116,000. Particulars from JAS.
9 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-DESIRABLE PBOPEHTY AND A
profitable Investment considered cheap:
only(7,oco; payments made to suit; on Lacock,
near sandusky st., Allegheny: lot 21x100 ft.: two
houses, one In front and one In rear on Stoddard
st. VV. A. HERRON bONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
FOB SALE-HOUSE AND TWO LOTU-QUITE
near to the parks, Allegheny, two-story brick
with mansard, 8 rooms, batb,w. c, finished attic,
natural gas, marble mantels, dry cellar, etc.
etc., all in good order: large side lot; excellent
location. JA3.W. DRAPE CO., 129 Fonrth aye.,
TTIOR SALE-FRANKLIN ST.. ALLEGHENY
12 must be sold to close an estate, almost new
brick dwelling; "rooms, hall, bath, range, h. and
c. water, both gases, marble mantels, double par
lors, and elecantly finished throughout: penect
sewerage: lot 24x130 to Decatur st. J. R. COOPER
& CO., 107 Fourth ave. no23-40
IOR SALE-A GOOD BRICK RESIDENCE
nroncrtv In Second ward. Allecrhenr. near
parks, and onllneof streetcars; 10 large and ele
gant rooms, and beautified thronehont with ar
tistic taste; bath, lavatory, laundry, natural gas,
etc., etc. ; large lot, side entrance, etc.; a most
valuable property in every particular; one of the
best residences in the Second ward. JAS. W.
DRAPE & CO., 129 Fonrth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-A HOUSE AND LOT ON MONTH
LY payments, on line of railroad; 2 min
utes' walk from Ingram station; Immediate pos
session. JAS. W DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth ave
nue, Pittsburg. nc23-20-D
FOR SALE-GOOD FRAME HOUSE OF t
rooms: stable and carriage house: with two
lots: at Duff's station, and only 10 minutes'
walk from Cbartleis: price only (2, 800. c. BER
INGER & SON, 103 Fourth ave. nolS-U-TTS
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOB WESTERN
land, 4 new 2-story frame dwellings: price
(6,000, encumbrance (COO: and 4 new 2-story brick
houses: price (10,000, encumbrance (2,200; all sit
uated in Baltimore. J. C. KENNEDY, Mar
tlnsbnrg. W. Va. no22-69
FOR SALE LOTS.
East End Lots.
FOB SALE-LOTS 40x100 FEET FOR 11,000 ON
easy payments, one square from Fifth av
enue, near College avenue. See W. A. HERRON
& SONS, 80 Fourth ave. nol2-83-vrs
FOR SALE 1 ACRES AT SHADYSIDE.
fronting on fonr good streets: lies beautifully
and convenient to both steam and cable cars; &
great bargain. J. R. COOPER CO., 107 Fourth
FOR SALE-ELEGANT LOT-100X200 FEET;
Shadyside district: large number of trees
thereon and exceptionally desirable neighbor
hood. JAS. AV. DRAPE Sb CO., L Fourth av
enne, Pittsburg. no22-57-D
FOE SALE-FINE LOT ON SOUTH HILAND
avenue: East End: 50 feet front, extending,
hack to an alley: best location on the avenue; sur
rounded bv first-class residences. JAS. W.
DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsbnrg.
IOR SALE-BARE CHANCES FOB PROFIT
ABLE Investment: bv bnvlnc a lot now in
Banm Grove plan at present low prices you are
bonnd to make nionev: Banm Grove plan will
have more fine aspbaltum streets and wide flag
stone sidewalks than any other plan In the mar
ket. MELLON BROS . East End, or JOHN F.
BAXTER. Aeent, S12 Smlthfleld street.
fTOR SALE ONLY (SCO EACH, ON GOOD
JU terms, lots 25x135 ft., fronting on a 60-foot
street, 24-foot alley In rear, located near station.
East End; don't fall to see these lots; they are
selling rapidly and are worth the money: nothing
better in the market; also for sale 2jiew(Just
finished) 6-room houses and fine lots, well sit
uated, near station; everything in modern style;
price only (2, 800 on good terms. For particulars
call on or address KtLLY A ROGERS, No. 6315
Station street. East End. no23-3
FOR SALE FINE B UILDIN G LOT ON SHEF
FIELD St., 30x124 feet: brick stable on rear
of lot; good sewer and water connections; Just
ready to build on. A. D. WILSON, 55 Federal
St., Allegheny. no22-46
FOR SALE AT EMSWORTH. CONVENIENT
to station, lot of IK acres: excellent land,
cottage house, natural gas, stable, etc.; price only
(2.700. ALEXANDER LEE, 313 Wood st.
FOR SALE-BUILDING LOTS CHEAP-THE
best in the market for the money: special In
ducements to purchasers desiring to build: terms
easy; location very desirable; only 7 miles from
Federal St.; at Aspinwall station, adjoining
Bharpsburg. West Penn B. R. For plans see W.
A. HERRON &, SONS. SO Fonrth ave. no2-90-WS
FOR SALE-FINE LARGE BUILDING LOTS
InSwissvale Place at Swlssvale station; this
property combines most of the advantages of
town and conntrr; water and gas mains, side
walks, electric lights, stores, schools, frequent
rapid transit, and merely nominal taxes: prices
(100 to (1,000: (10 to (50 down and the balance on
monthly payments; locate your hoinewbereyou
can have plenty of room, pleasant surroundings
and be in the line of the great movemeut of popu
lation toward East End. SAM'L W. BLACK &
CO., 99 Fonrth ave. no23-S9-TTS
FOR SALE-ON LINE OF RAILROAD AND
convenient to the city, farm or 14) acres of
good land; orchard, house, stable, etc., etc.: only
(2,000. ALEXANDER & LEE, 113 Wood St.
FOB SALE-CHEAPEST FARM IN ALLE
GHENY county, consisting of 125 acres nice
lying land with good house, barn, etc., at Glen
shaw. P. A W. R. K. C. BEBINGEB SON. 103
Fourth ave. nol9-45-TT8
FOR 8ALE-A NICE DAIRY FARM, OVER
100 acres, near railroad: good land, orchard,
water, dwelling nnd outbuildings, etc.. etc., in
Washington county. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.,
129 Fourth ave , Pittsbnrg. Uo2S-20-D
dwelling, new bank barn, extra outbuild
ings, all slate roof, fine springs, rich soil: at
station; the best farm on the Monongahela; low
price easy terms. EDWITTISH, 410 Grant st.
FOR SALK-A LARGE FARM-OVER 225
acres; close to raUroad; near the city: ex
cellent place for a dairy or stock farm: dwellings,
outbuildings, orchard, etc., etc r will be sold
cheap to close up an estate. JAS. W. DRAPE &
CO., 129 Fonrth avenue, Pittsburg. no2S-20-D
FOR SALE VERY CHEAP A FARM OF 200
acres In Monroe ro , O. : good orchard and well
watered: about 50 acres In timber; new frame
house of 6 rooms, large bank barn, etc.: price
only (4.000, or wlU exchange for city property. C.
BERINGEK & SON, 103 Fonrth ave.
TCIOR SALE-A FARM OF 104 ACRES OF RICH
1 land, with large new honse of ten rooms. Urge
barn, two-story stable and all necessary outbuild
ings, good springs, etc.: situate W miles from
Hillside station. P. B. B.: price low, or will ex
change for city property. cTbEBINGER A SON,
103 Fonrth ave. nol9-45-rrs
EOR SALE-DAIRY, IN GOOD ORDER
About 4 miles from Allegheny City Market,
consisting of 20 head of cattle, 4 horses, wagon,
harness, nay, corn, etc : also, a lease can be ob
tained of 42 acres. For further Information in
quire at the place. JOHN BENFEK, Evergreen,
near Ross Postofflce. nol3-lS-srrn8Su
FOR SALE-VALUABLKFARMAND FLAG
STONE quarry; the farm contains 42 acres'
more or less, and Is situated IX miles from
Canonsburg, Wash. CO., Pa. : upon this farm are
a good two-story frame house of five rooms, a
largebarn, a two-story brick wash and spring
bouse and other outbuildings; two good orchards
of choice varieties of fruitrtbe farm is In the oil
and gas belt, and is unencumbered by a lease; it
Is Veil watered: the stonequarryls known as the
Cook quarry. Call on or address GEORGE Mc
WlLLlAkS, Canonsburg, Ayash. CO., Pa.
TjWP, SALE-LOT IN ALLEGHENY CEME
ATJ?85 action SL Inquire of CHRIST
BLUME, 219 Smlthfleld st. nott-CO-Tus
FO R B A L E-NATUEAL GAS LANDS-160
acres on Noblesvllle road, eight miles from
Indianapolis; no wells yet drilled on this land,
but lands on all sides have flowing wells, from
which entire supply ror Indianapolis is obtained.
For prices apply to L. A. CO QUARD. 124 North
Third St.. bt. Lonls. Mo. nol4-48-D
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-A CHOICE INVESTMENT IN A
cltv business establishment, CHARLES
SOMERS & CO.. 313 Wood St. no23-49
TTiORSALE-AN OLD ESTABLISHED UKUG-
-L store: Dandy to the city;
selling. Address BOX- NO. 50.
STORE: bandy to the dry; good reasons for
17IORSALE FIXTURES AND STOCK OF GRO
. CERIES, located In prominent business
center of Allegheny; a bargain. CHARLES
SOMERS & CO., 313 Wood street. nol3-49
TTIOR SALE-GROCERY STORE, ON MAIN
X! street, doing cash business: large room, new
stock, low rent; invoice about (1,600; at bargain.
Address B. C, Dispatch office. no21-7
FOB SALE-DBUGSTORE-AN OLD ESTAB
LISHED Stand; sold on account of death of
proprietor; telephone connections. Apply to
Mrs. T. B.BENBHAW, Freeport, Pa.
FOR SALB-GOOD GROCERY-GOOD LOCA
TION, doing a good business; railroad trade;
money sure: will sell for (1.000; reason ror owner
selling Is sickness. Address H. L., Dispatch office.
FOR SALE-A GOOD GROCERY 8TORE AND
8 furnished rooms, within two minutes' walk
of Pittsburg postofflce: on acconnt ot sickness will
be sold cheap II sold at once. THOS. LIGGETT,
114 Fourth ave. no2l-62-2t .13,24,25
FOR SALE-FIRST-CLASS GENERAL STORE
In rich agricultural section of Ohio: excellent
location for business and desirable for residence:
low to prompt buyer. CHARLES SOMEKS &
CO., 313 Wood 6treet. no23-49
FOR SALE-LEASEHOLD. FIXTURES. TOOLS
and goodwill of a flrst-class meat and fish
market; best location in East End: an elegant
place to make money. Inquire C B. SEELY, 6017
Penn ave , Pittsburg, Pa. noI9-34-TTa
FOR SALE-GOOD NEWSPAPER ROUTE IN
Allegheny; active steady man with some
capital can find excellent investment. Apply be
tween 4 and 6 P. It. Monday., the zSih, and at no
other time, to MR. MILLER, at Dispatch Business
Office, Fifth avenue. no23-117
FOR SALE-THE FURNITURE AND BAR
fixtures of Cottage House, Martin's Ferry.
O. : have excellent trade, but sickness cause of
sclllhg: bouse Is well furnished, and situated near
new Union bridge. Call or address "Cottage
House," Slartln's Ferry, o. GEO. DOKSCH,
FOR 8ALE-AN OLD-ESTABLISHED FAM
ILY grocery business in Allegheny, one of
the best stands in the city: everything In full run
ning order, with a fine line of cash customers:
carefully selected stock, all merchantable; a rare
opening. J AS. AV. DRAPE A CO , 129 Fourth
avenne, Pittsburg. no23-20-O
FOB SALE DRUG BUSINESS GOOD
trade with specialties yielding handsome
Income; fine storeroom: flrst-class location, busi
ness center of large town; expenses reduced to a
nominal figure; proprietor Interested in outside
enterprise and will sell at a bargain. CHARLES
SOMERS A CO., 313 Wood St. U022-83
FOB SALE-A WELL-ESTABLISHED DRUG
STORE on one of the best streets In the city,
a large thoroughfare: stock and fixtures all fresh,
neat add clean; would Invoice about (5,500; will
sell for (L00O: easy payments: 5 years' lease on the
E remises: Immediate possession. JAS. W.
IRAPEACO, 129Fonrth.avenue. Pittsburg.
FOR HALE-COAL BUSINESS ON LINE OF
railroad, near the city, all In snecessful op
eration, and Including pit wagons, mules, tools
and all necessary equipment; about 150 acres of
solid coal; side track space for 5b cars: rare open
ing for anyone who understands tbe coal busl
ness. JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth ave.,
FOR SALE-GHOCEBY STORES IN BOTH
cities, from S350 to (10,000; cigar stores (250,
(350. (500, (L800; shooting gallery paying (73 per
week clear of expenses: fine city and country
drugstores; general country stores: good paving
slate roofing business sn live town; hoarding
houses, milk routes, confectioneries, bakeries and
many other good business chances. SHEPARD A
CO., 64 Filth ave. noSJ
F" OR SALE A HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL
general store in a prosperous manufacturing
town on line of railroad, the oldest and best
stand In the place, both In volume ot sales and
desirable character of its patrons, has always
made money: sales about (80,000 annually: no bad
debts: It Is rare that such a fine opening as this
can be obtained: satisfactory reasons forseUlng.
Terms from JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129 Fonrth
avenue, Pittsburg. noC3-3M
FOB SALE-A FINE LARGE BUSINESS
property on, Water street, extending through
to First avenue: wide lot and substantial build
ings: fine point for bnsiness or Investment. JAS.
W. DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsbnrg.
FOB SALE FIRST-CLASS STAND- FOE
blacksmith and wagon maker: frame honse of
2 rooms, attic and cellar; blacksmith shop, and
stable, with one acre of ground, on the Klttan
nlng road, about 30 minutes' walk from bharps
burg; will sell at a bargain. C. BEBINGEB A
SON, 103 Fourth ave. noia-15-TTS
TJIOB SALE-MANUFACTURING SITE, 200i
JU 300 feet (or In sizes to suit). In First ward,
Allegheny, fronting four streets and P. AW. R.
R. W. A. HEBRON A SONS, EO Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-FINE LOT-SUITABLE FOR
manufacturing establishment: situate on
Second avenue, above Boss st. ; if sold soon can be
had at a bargain and on easy payments. See W.
A. HERRON A SONS. 60 Fonrth ave. noM-ws
FOR SALE MANUFACTURING SITE IN
Allegheny; one of the beat located and cheap
est In the market, containing S acres wltn fine
front on the Ohio river and two R.B. connections,
thus affording every facility for shipments: par
ties wanting a manufacturing site by sn early ap
plication will secure a grand bargain attbeflgnres
we are authorized to sell. I. M. PENNOCK A
SON. 105 Fourth ave. no23-19-MW8
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock. fcc
FOR SALE-HORSE. WAGON AND BUTCH
ER route. NO. 130 EAST ST., Argheny.
FOR SALE-LIGHT ROAD WAGON, PEAR
LY new, very cheap, at BOB WARE'S. No.
63? Penn ave. no22-73
FOR SALE-BAY GELDING 8 YEARS OLD,
sound, fearless and very speedy. SK ELTON
LIVEEY Alt D SALE STABLES. Third ave.
FOR SALE-A PAIR OF COACHERS, BAYS,
16 hands high, 5 yean old, sound and rear
less, at -TAMES KERB'S SALE STABLE, Penn
FOB SALE-IN GOOD ORDER, LADIES'
buggy, one set single harness and ladles!
three-horn saddle. JOS. B. D1LWORTH. Bid
well St., bhadyslde. so22-36
-ITIOB SALE-THREE FINE TROTTERS AND
V. one good family animal, b. m. Uli hands
high, large enough for coupe: also 1 top and 1
one-man wagon at (75 each, and four-man wagon
with top, for 5110. PAUL H. HACKE, cor. Filth
ave. and Market st. no23-95
Machinery and IHctnls.
FOB SALE ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
and refitted: repairing promptly attended to.
below suspension bridge, Allegheny. Pa. aalO-29
FORSALE ABATTERYOF X 2-FLUE BOIL
ERS, 44 in. diameter by 24 ft. long: boilers and
fixtures complete. Inquire Beaver Valley Boiler
Works. CHAS. MILLER, Beaver Falls, Pa.
FOE SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; aU sizes and styles la stock, from 4 to
100 h. p.;all refltted;good as new, at lowest prices;
portable engines. 8 to 25 h. p.; boilers all sizes
ana styles. J.S.YOUNG,23Park way, Allegheny,
FOB SALE NOW ONE SECOND-HAND
tenoning machine, 2 surface planers anda
shaper, and new and second-band engines, boilers,
lard kettles, tar tanks, bicmen valves, castings,
etc VELTE A MCDONALD, Thirty-second at.
and Penn ave. 1v21-9l-TTS
FOB SALE-ON SPECIALLY EASY TERMS,
a completely equipped malleable and gray
iron foundry, in fall running order: property is
225x100 feet: brick building, with machine shop,
patterns, etc., and Is situated within three blocks
of tbe switch track In the heart of St. Louis. For
full particulars apply to JOHN GBETHEK, No.
304 N. Eighth St., St. Louis. Mo. OC26-Z9-TTS
FOE SALE-A CONSTANT SUPPLY OF
empty boxes and barrel good for pack
ing. Address ELECTRIC, Dispatch office.
PERSONAL HAVE YOU SEEN LEVI'S
bookstore? Do yon know we have new books
as well as old! Do you know we have the largest
stock of old books west or the Allegheny Moun
tains? LEVI'S BOOKSTORE, 960 Liberty St.
PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURNED; recently they had not been on the
best of terms owing to a little family tar occa
sioned by the wife Insisting on being allowed to
renovate his wearing appareL and which, ot
course, was done in a bungling manner; In order
to prevent the trouble they agreed to send all
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor, 65
Fifth ave., corner Wood st , second floor, and.
now everything Is lovely and peace nd happiness
again reigns In their household. Telephone 1558.
T OST-GOING FROM LINDEN AVENUE TO
JU Federal St., Allegheny, aold link bracelet.
Liberal reward If left at ISO FEDERAL ST.
n 021-58 .
OLIDAT GOODS-BOYeJ 'WATOHEo.
S3 and up: misses' solid silver watefass.
(5 60 and up; tine cold watAn, dtine4i.
eweiry, silverware, eioc, p-pecwcie. vk. wt
.VirjMlN'S. ffl Fourth ave.. PMaafcan.-
Vfatches aad jewelry caref aHf araa. v-i,-
TO LET-ABOUT4 ACBES IN THE CITY. ON
both steam and electric railroads. lor one year
or more: small dwelling bouse, natural gas and.
city water: garden, greenhouse, vineyard, orchard :
sale for all products at the door; a good gardener
can make money. Inquire at NO. 150 FOURTH
TO LET-ON BOYLESTEEET; ALLEGHENY.
brick honse of 3 rooms: (9 per month; no
water rent. ALEXANDER A LEE, 313 Wood St.
TO LET-ON BIDGEWOOD AVE., ALLE
GHENY, modern dwelling of S rooms, re
ception hall, both eases, etc.. at (2 per month : no
water rent. ALEXANDER A LEE, 313 Wood St.
rra let furnished large brick
JL drteltlnjr house at Emsworth at a very low
rent. C. BEBINGEB A SON, 103 Fourth are.:
1JV) 1ET-BTOKE AND 9 LIVING ROOMS;
JL cemented .cellar good business location:
Seventeenth ward. A. H. LESLIE. Alderman and
Real Estate Agent. no2l-g-Thssn
TO LET-A VERY NICE STORE AND
dwelling of four rooms on the Perrysrille
Eoad, about une mile from the Electric R. B.;
rent only (10 per month. C BEBINGEB A SON.
103 Fourth ave. nol9-45-TTS
Offices. Desk Boom. dee.
10 LET-DESK OBOFFICEBOOM; CENTRA!
nartof cltv: lanlur service, heat, llffhr. call
bells, typewriter, every convenience: low rent.
CHARLES SOMERS A CO., 313 Wood at. no23-49
TO LET-BOO PER YEAH-A LARGE, WELL
LIGHTED office with aU modern conven
iences; newly painted and papered: has two large
closets for storage room. Inquire at GEBMANLA
SAVINGS BANK, 423 Woodst. nolJ-JI-D
mO LET-CORNER FIFTH AVE. AND WOOD
JL St., 2 nice connecting corner offices, unex
celled location: elevator, heat, and Janitor's ser
vices free; moderate Tent to a good tenant: posses
sion at once. SAM'L W. BLACK A CO., 99
Fourth ave. nol7-8i
TO LET-FINE 3IANUFACTUBING SITE ON
long lease: fronts Duqnesne way, near Third
St., opposite the Exposition building; size of lot.
89x120 feet: Immediate possession. See W. A.
HEBRON A SONS, 80 Fourth ave. nol9-(6-TTS
TO LET-ONLY (500 PER YEAR WILL RENT
a new orlck building, size 60x150, adapted for
manufacturing purposes: Is situate only 10 miles
from city on prominent It B., with switch siding;
natural gas on premise. Apply to REED B.
CO YLE & CO., 131 Fourth ave. no21-8-Ths
BRUCE & 8HIELDS, Attorneys,
Fifth ave. and Grant st
ADMINISTRATOR'S EXTENSIVE DIS
FlENISHING public sale of the valuable)
dairy and farmloR stock, over 10O cows, SI
horses, wagons, implements, dairy "utensils,
etc- of the estate of the late Alfred Harrison,
The Safe Deposit Company, of Pittsburj,
administrator of said estate, has Instructed us
to sell at public sale on tbe late premises of
said decendent. on Ellsworth avenue, corner of
Barton, near Shadyside Station, and also at
the dairv farm near Fifth avenne. Oakland,
In rear of Fourteenth,Ward School House, City
of Pittsburg; on
TUESDAY Aim WEDNESDAY,
December 3 and 4, A. D. 18S9,
Commencing each day at 10 o'clock.
The entire valuable dairy and farm stock;
implements, etc, on said premises, comprising
in part milk cows, heifers, bulls, calves, horses
and hogs. A large lot of wagons, carts, buggies,
sleds, wheelbarrows, single and double harness;
lmptements.dairy utensil vs. milk cansJCameron
pump, engine, boner and shafting? quarry
implements: blacksmith's forge, with tools,
portable forge, etc. Call or send for band bill
giving more complete details.
N.B. Tbe first day's sale will take place on
the premises, at the old homestead, on Ells
worth avenue, corner Barton street, near
Shadyside Station, with about 18 horses', har
ness, stone wagons, implements, etc.. and then
proceed to the other premises, near Fifth
avenue, Oakland, where the sale will be con
tinued from day to day until everything has
been disposed of. Peremptory sale. Terms
JAS, W. DHAPE & CO..
129 Fourth Avenue, Pittsbnrg. '
BANKRUPT SALE. :
OVER J150,000 WORTH
FLNE FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRT.
GOODS, CARPETS, RUGS, Era,
BY AUCTION I
723 AND 725 LIBERTY ST.,
Bales, Morning; Af temoonT and Evening,
COMMENCING, MONDAY", NOVEMBER U.
N. B. Special accommodations provided for
MONONOAHELA INSURANCE CO., 1
98 Fourth avenue.
Novx-fBXB 20. 1889. )
ELECTION THE ANNUAL MEETING
and election of fifteen directors toserrs
lor tbe ensnlngyear will beheld at tbe office
of tbe company on TUESDAY, December 3,
IBS), between the hours of 11 a. m. and Ir.x,
nna.70 J OHN H. CLANEY. Secretary?
McCAULL OPERA COMPANY IN
Nov. 25 J. Bl Emmet in his New Play.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE . '
KATANKA. . .
Next week Salvlnl & Co. In repertoire. nolS-13
Everv Afternoon and Evenlmr.
George JO. Morris' Spectacular Melodrama,
A LEGAL WBONG.
Week Nov. 25 The Nelsons. nol7-23
SAKRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
tight, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and
COLOSSAL GAIETY COMPANY.
-ClLECTRIO AUTOMATIC SILVER MINE
OPENS MONDAY. NOVEMBER 18.
74 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY.
The most perfect exhibition of mechanical and
electrical skill overproduced. Admission 10c
Week of November 18. The world's
great absurdity, CON-GO. Seymour, the mind
reader. The fat man, skeleton and others.
Great stage show;
Nov. 25-G eary's World's Circus. noUfrl
SIXTH AVENUE DYE WORKS,
I. MY SONS & CO.,
STEAM DYERS AND SCOURERS '
And general renovators of textile fabrics, la
dies' and gentlemen's soiled or faded- garments
neatly cleaned or restored In colon Curtains
of every description carefully attended to.
M. MAY SONS & Co.
jeU-TTS' 68 SIXTH AVE,. Pittsbnrg, Pa,
"t A. BALPH,
41 cieventn avenue.
a AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg, Pa, apSMi-B
Waltss j. osbotoxx. Richard BABBews;
BARROWS A OSBOURNE
90 Diamond street'
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