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THE PITTSBUKG- - DISPATCH, FpSdAT, NOVEMBEE 29, 188ft?
"Tllie Germans Dedicate Their Hand
some New flail.
C A GREAT SHOWING IN THE PABADE
"v Poems, Music, ttjmnastlcs and Good Cheer
GEO. ELPflDfSTONE'S SEAT ADDRESS.
The neir Allegheny Tamer Hall, which
has risen up, larger, grander and more
beautiful irom the ruins of its predecessor,
was dedicated yesterday afternoon 'with ap
propriate ceremonies. The German citizens
of the two cities made a most cred
itable showing both in the turnout
that preceded the exercises at the hall
and at the dedication. The parade was
largely made up of the local German socie
ties, but there were many visitors from Me
Keesport, Johnstown, Homestead and other
surrounding towns. It is estimated that
there were 3,500 men in line, and iu point of
artistic form and general appearance the
parade teas nearly as imposing as that of
the labor organizations.
The parade formed at the corner of Fed
eral and Isabella streets, Allegheny, and at
2 o clock the column moved. The route
Svas confined almost entirely to Allegheny,
and it was handsomely decorated. Flags,
banners and draperies were floating in the
air in profusion and from many a window
came loud cheers as some of the marchers
FORMATION OP THE PABADE.
The column was headed by three heralds
and a olatoon of police. The Teutonic sing
ing society headed by the Great "Western
Band, acted as escort to Chief Marshal John
If. Xeeb and his staff. The clevermanner
vin which Mr. Neeb handled the column
proved his ability for the position he occu
pied. There was not a ar from the time
the column moved until it was halted in
front of the Turner Hall on Canal street
The following is the make-up of the parade:
The first division included the societies
from the Southside, the Building Commit
tee of the new hall in carriages, the district
officials and veteran Turners. The order
of the division was as follows:
Marshal John Arras. Chief of Staff Joseph Sim
mens. Assistant Adjutant General J. Mar
tin Schaefer. and 60 aids.
Carriage containing Dr. H. Hechelmann,
George Klphlnstone, Esq., and C, H.
The District officers. President William Wart
man, Secretary Oscar Scbere, Treasurer
George Reiser, and C Conrad, Louis
Voli, Albert Fecbtner, and Henry
The "Veteran Turners George Fischer. John
Dietolf, August Redenbacb, Edward Reden
bach, John Busch. Fred Lang, R. C. Oehl
mer, Chas. Sautter, George Galtbardt,
Wm. Eberhardt, T. L. Ober, John P.
Ober, Philip Tress. Joseph Loflnk, Sr.;
Chas. BeilsteinWm. Beilstein, Chas.
R. Weitershausen, H. Rise. Peter
Sutler, J. H. Hammer, and W.
H. Weitershausen. These men
were members of the society
from 1S51 until 1861, whn
the organization disband
ed -to permit its mem
bers to enlist in the
The Building Committee, 21 Member In
Electric Band, of McKeesport.
Allegheny Turn Verein, Commanded by Albert
Kohlman, 200 Men.
Altoona Turn Verein, Commanded by George
BroedeL, 23 Men.
Bellaire Turn Verein, Commanded by A. Ebcr-
ling. 20 Men.
McKeesport Turn Verein. Commanded by
Charles Nil!. SO Men.
Johnstown Turn Verein, Commanded by J
Fifty Mounted Turners.
Iron City Band.
AUentown Turn Verein. Commanded by W. J.
Eschreit, 75 Men.
Southside Turn Verein. 150 Men.
German Slnzing Society, 16 Men.
A. Haller Band.
Lower Si. Clair Torn Verein. Commanded by
West End Mannecbor, Commanded by George
Grimm. SO Men.
Homestead Turn Verein and Homestead Sing
ing Society. Commanded by John Ot
terman, 60 Men.
Mt. Washington Singing Society, Commanded
by Fred Holdling, 50 Men.
Birmingham Turn Verein, in 9 Carriages.
This division was made up of the societies
from between the rivers. It marched as
Marshal Peter Hermes, Chief of Staff Oscar
Breitenbach. Assistant Adjutant Gen
eral A. E. Richter, and 75 Aids.
Central Turn Verein, Commanded by Joseph
Kramer. 150 Men.
German LeiderLranz, Commanded by John
Breau, 150 Men.
First Regiment Select Knights. Band.
Bennett's Singing Society, Commanded by
John Freech, 100 Men.
Emtrocht Turn Verein, 50 Men. Bloomfield
Singing Society, Commanded by
George Keitz. 100 Men.
Lawrenceville Turn Verein. Commanded by
Charles Nottmg, 100 Men.
German Military Society, of the East End, in
Franz AbtJLeiderkranz, of Millrale. in Ten Car
riages. mniD DIVISION.
The socletrrs from north of the rivers
made up the Third division. The great fea
ture of this part of the parade was the
display of the County Butchers' Associa
tion. There were 200 of them, all mounted.
Eight men, dressed from head to foot in red
and carrying axes, acted as pioneers, and
the others wore white coats and colored
sashes. The decorations on the carriages
were also finer than were those of either of
-the other two divisions.
The formation of tie division was as fol
lows: Marshal J. F. Beelstcin, Chief of Staff, Charles
Neldhirfcr Assistant Adjutant General.
William M. Sauer and 200 aids.
Allegheny County Butchers' Association, Com
manded by Andrew Kalchthaler,
Pittsburg City Band.
Allegheny Mannerchor. Commanded by John
Sweitzer. 100 men.
Arlon Singing Society, Commanded by Andrew
Neckler, 75 men.
J. G. Wyman Band.
Manchester Turn Verein, Commanded by J.
Mnse, 100 men.
Bavarian Beneficial Society, 100 men.
Tweed Singing society Commanded by Charles
Orr, 100 men.
Troy Hill Mannerchor, 50 Men.
Cecelia Singing Society. Commanded by J. R.
xusciuia. ov juen.
Odd "Fellows Singing Society in 20 Carriages.
Allegheny German Military Societies, Under
Command of K. Schieble, 75 Men.
Allegheny City Band.
Scbrelber Slneing Society, 30 Alen.
Members of the Allegheny Turn Verein In 12
German Soldiers' Society, 25 Men.
Hecfeelschraeder Turn Verein, 80 Men.
Orpheus Singing Society of the East End in
SWINGING 'BOUND THE CIBCLE.
The societies marched over the principal
streets on theeast side of Federal street, and
passed in review at the corner of Main and
Chestnut streets, after which they marched
to the hall on Canal street
The new building had beep neatly dec
orated. A bust of Jahn, the recognized
father of gymnastics, adorned the center of
the stage in front of the curtain, and was
flanked on either side by busts of the Ger
man poets, Frederick von Schiller and
Goethe. Pictures of Washington and Lin
coln adorned the sides of the stage, and
tropical plants occupied the space in front
of the footlights. On an arch of evergreen
in front of the building was inscribed the
words, "Gut Heil," meaning "good luck."
It was nearly 4 o'clock when the regular
dedicatory exercises began, bv the Great
"Western Band playing '"Templeweihl," by
Keler-Bela. -The selection was supposed to
be descriptive of the building of a temple.
A song of welcome was then sang by a
chorus from the singing society.
STJESENDE2ED THE KEYS.
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formally surrendered the keys of the build
ing to the committee in the name of the con
tractors, Mnrphv & Hamilton. In his
speech Mr. Stillberg referred to thehall as
a home where bodily instructions in con
nection with an educational training serve
as a great benefit to the members.
Chairmau A. C. Bloedel, in receiving the
keys, thanked the architect for the magnifi
cent bnilding which had been erected.
"This is indeed the Feste Burg of the
Turners," he said. "In the sense expressed
by Frederick Ludwig Jahn it is the plat
form of the North American Turner Bund.
May the impressions made by this demon
stration to-day be a favorable one and serve
to perpetuate'the German language, German
customs, German art and song."
The dedicatory song, "Weihe-Grnss," was
then sung, and the address of welcome was
delivered by Dr. Hermann Hechelmann.
Dr. Hechelmann reviewed the acts of the
Germans of this country since the
FIEST GEEMAN COLONY
was established by Daniel Pastorius at
Germantown on October 6, 1683. He said
it had been the intention to dedicate the
hall on the anniversary of that occasion, but
the building could not be made readv in
time. He referred to the actions of the Ger
man Turners during the war, when the Al
legben v Turners were among the first to take
up their arms and march against the rebels.
Speaking of the lovalty displayed and recog
nized in the Germans, he recited a poem de
scriptive of the capture of a man during the
war. snnriosed to be a rebel sdv.
The captive was -taken before General
Garheld, to whom he gave proof of his iden
tity as a German Turner, and was at once
released. General Garfield remarking that
no German Turner could be guilty of
trpnson. Dr. Hechelmann closed bv arJDeal-
ing to the Germans as a class to work forthe
fundamental principles of America. "That
is, freedom in everything and to all, but not
to secure it b) the law of auarchv.
After another selection was sung, Chair
man Bloedel read the following letter from
Mayor Pearson, who had been invited to
make an address:
Mator'b Office, Municipal Hali J
Allegheny, November 27, 1SS9. $
Mr. H. C. Bloedel, Esq.:.
Dear Sib I exceedingly regret that! am
unable to be with yon to-morrow afternoon, as
I bad counted much on taking part in tbe dedi
catory proceedings of your elegant hall, bat
this enjoyment has been denied me. as I havo
been called to Indianapolis, Ind.
1 wish to offer to you and to your members
my hearty congratulations in the erection and
completion of yonr magnificent hall, and I sin
cerely hope that you au may lire long to enjoy
the frmts of yonr labors.
As Mayor of the city of Allegheny, I wish to
extend to tbe visiting members and their
friends the freedom and hospitality of oar city,
and I trust that their visit with us may be a
pleasant ana profitable one.
Hoping that everything may pass off in a
manner to exceed yonr expectations, I remain,
with best wishes, yours respectfully,
R. T. Peaeson, Mayor.
OBATOB ELPHINSTONE'S ADDBESS.
City Solicitor George Elphinstone was
then introduced, and he delivered the fol
Sir. Chairman and Members of theAllegheny Tarn
With great propriety you hare chosen
Thanksgiving Day as tbe time for the dedica
tion of the beautiful hall.
"By the liberality of German citizens it has
been erected; pooenix-like it has sprung from
tbe ashes of the former structnre. larger, more
handsome and better equipped for its great
mission. To-day you consecrate it to most
worthy purposes. Social intercourse and the
cultivation of musical talent, so distrnctive of
the German race, are commendable objects of
yonr association. Bat tbe physical education
of tbe youth of our land is to my mind the most
noble object of the Turn Verelns.
"Great patriots in yonr Fatherland, realizing
that tbe best interests of tbe Government, so
ciety and individuals, demanded a co-education
of body and mind, perceived the passage of
laws making physical training part of. the com
mon school education, compulsory upon all
children. The gymnasinm was attached to
every school house, and while the minds of the
children were being stored with knowledge,
their bodies were receiving that exercise and
training which added grace and vigor. The
wise svstem of training .was retained by the
Turn Verelns when the period of compulsory
education was ended, and tbe beneficlent re
sults are seen in tbe German manhood and
womanhood of to-day.
"i. he culture tnus pDtainea exercised a pow
erful influence for cood in every walk and
station in life it turned the tide of many bat
tles, and has left an impress on the history of
"It is the noble purpose of the Turn Verelns
to introduce and firmly establish in this coun
try thee wise customs and laws of your Father
land. With this object in view, you to-day
dedicate this haU.
"It Is high time that legislation should be had
providing for the addition of gymnasinms in
every schoolhouse, and requiring every scholar,
male and female, under proper instruction and
rcrulations to undergo a system of physical
training. The need of- tbe times, and tbe ne
cessities of the future demand stronc men and
women: mind and body are united in such a
wonderful and intimate relation that tbe
health and beauty of the one is dependent up
on tbe grace and vigor nf the other. Tbe mod
ern tendency is to subject tbe mind to a hot
house culture, to the utter neglect of the body.
Precocious weaklings cannot fulfill tbe de
mands of our civilization.
"In this matter of physical culture there is
valuable food for thought in the customs of
the ancients. The school'gymnaslnms of Ger
many, Denmark, Sweden and Norway are at
once a lesson and a warning to tbe legislator
and the philanthropist.
"This treat nation will sot fulfill its high
destiny if in the mad rush for wealth and fame
the physical health of the youth of the land is
"The people must be aroused to the necessity
of legislation making physical training a com-
pulsory part of common school education.
"In erecting this building ana throwing the
doors open to tbe school children, tbe German
citizens of the Allegheny Tarn Vereins show
their loyalty to this, their new Fatherland.
ALLEGIANCE ALWAYS THE BULK.
"From the foundation of this Government to
the present time the German people have
always displayed allegiance to our laws and de
votion to our common country: on every battle
field ran German blood: in every cemetery lie
the German dead; every walk and station in
lifo bears evidence of German learning, culture
"The dedication of this beautiful hall to tbe
noble object of a vigorous American manhood,
is but fresh proof of yonr patriotism. Such de
votion is in strict accord with the sublime sen
timents of tbe almost inspired poet when he
" Thou too, sail on, oh ship of State,
Sail on, oh Union, proud and great.
Humanity, with all Its fears,
With all its hopes of future years,
Hanzs breathless on thy fate.
Onr hearts, our hopes, are all with thee.
Our hearts, onr hoDes, oar prayers, oar tears,
Our faith triumphant o'er our fears.
Are all with thee, are all with thee.'
DR. HECHELMAN'S POEM.
In the golden rays of freedom
Risen proudly has this hall
In the rooms pervades a perfume
Floats the banner! Bed, White, Bine!
Stars and stripes are greetings waving
To the coming multitude.
And from heights of flowery colors
Bursts a cordial "Welcome" forth.
To the portals lofty pillars
Clear In soul and strong in arm
March these sons of Germany
Who defended home and farm.
German songs and German forces
Have united former breaches
And the chords of dedication echo
"Fresh and free and strong and truer'
Bend your vision down Columbia
On Gennania's throntf with joy
Fur it offers in yonr blnor
Hearts and songs for evermore.
Right and Freedom, Truth and Peace
May they grow within these walls.
"Gut Heill" Be it always
German Unity's strongest fort!
The poem was read iu German and was
received with hearty applause. Tbe affair
wound up with a dance and house warm
ing. TfOTES OP THE OCCASION.
The Allegheny Turn Verein was organized in
Jul V, 1851. Its founders and officers were Rev.
C. weitershausen. First Speaker; Joseph Le
ant, Second Speaker; H. L. Vanbel,
Secretary; CoL Geo. Gerst, Treasurer;
F.Daeweritz and CSchlotter, Instructors. The
society ceased to exist during tbe war and was
reorganized August 12. 1865. Tbe building
erected on South Canal street in 1871 was de
stroyed by Ore in 1887, and tbe one dedicated
yesterday succeeds it Tbe society has a mem
bership of 400 including the Robert Blnm
Maennercbor, which has been admitted to
membership In a body.
Mr. Elphlnstone's address "was slowly and
carefully delivered. He was frequently inter
rupted with applause and at the close of bis
remarks the audience almost went wild. The
exercises closed with a selection by the hand.
Supper was served in the lower part of the
hall, by the ladies committee. The prominent
participants in the parade were served In the
hall as well as the visiting Turners.
It requires but a trial to convince every
one that Salvation Oil vfll cere all nafn
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RU1J ORE OUTPUT.
During Last Season 7,000,000 Ton3
Were Mined in Ihe Korthwest
ABOUT 4,000,000 TONS CAME HERE.
The Pittsburg 4 Western Croirdea With
a Large Contract
GOSSIP AM0KQ THE COAL 0PEEATOKS
It is not generally ku6wn, except by the
iron men, that the outpnt of iron ore from,
the Northwestern or Iiake Superior region,
for the season just closed, was away above
the average for other years. The demand
for ore was brisk all summer, and even now
the mills are active in their operations,
many of them being forced into running
But at the close of navigation last week
the outpnt of ore from the Northwest for the
season was 7,000,000 tons, exceeding the
output of last season by 2,000,000 tons. This
amount beats the record and the ore pro
ducers are feeling very proud of their work
It is estimated by careful manu
facturers that about 4.000,000 tons ot
this ore reached Pittsburg markets.
The balance was distributed in the Mahon
ing and Shenango Valleys and other places.
The Pittsburg and Western road had a con
tract to carry to Pittsburg from Cleveland
1,600,000 tons, and this fact accounts for
their crowded and blockaded condition.
THE BOAS WOBKED HABD.
The road did the best it could, but some
oftheore.it is stated, has not yet reached
its destination. The Baltimore and Ohio
and its connections had some heavy contracts
The prospects of the iron trade, therefore,
at present are very bright, and the indica
tions are that iron workmen will have a
prosperous and cheerful winter. In times
past this lively condition of affairs meant
money iu the pockets of the rail
road coal men, but while their pros
pects are rather good, a coal man
ager said yesterday that they were
not the best.
"Do you know," he continued, "how
much coal is displaced by natural gas in
Pittsburg? 'Well, I will tell you. It now
reaches 30,000 tons per day or 865 times that
many tons in a year. We have carefully
compiled statistics on the subject, and for
the past two years this rate of gas con
sumption has been maintained. That it
injures the coal business is apparent
without any further facts or arguments.
Some of the'iron manufacturers who do not
own their own lines, are going back to coal,
and they help the coal operators a little.
FOBCING OUT THE MILIS.
"There seems to be.a determined effort on
the part of gas companies to force up prices
on manufacturers to such an extent as to
compel them to resort to the use ot coal again.
The gas companies find it more profitable to
furnish fuel for domestic purposes.
There was a good demand for coal last sum
mer, but miners and cars were so scaice that
we could not realize half what we should
have on our opportunity."
It appears to be pretty well settled that
the river operators will sell out to the syndi
cate. The attorney who Is engaged in
drawing up the papers, and whose name
must be reserved for the present, said that
so far there had been no kick, and
tbe syndicate people are busy examiningthe
various plants. It is quite certain that tbe
syndicate will hold 16 ot the leading opera
tors along the river.and he thought it would
be a good thing for all concerned. With one
head rather than 16, he believed that prices
could be better maintained, and the miners
would come in for their share of the reward.
For a time a strong effort was made to hoo
doo the railroad coal operators into a syn
dicate composed of Americans, hut a coal
operator stated last night that all negotia
tions were off.
At this season, are especially'due from those
who have achieved success from good things
and honest service. I am, therefore, thank
ful to the general public for the confidence
they have reposed in me, and feel I have
achieved a victory by convincing them that
all I have submitted in my advertisements
was the truth and nothing but the truth.
The people have proven it to be true by
their liberal-patronage. It is also true that
I will and do sell the best and purest goods
in the market. It is true that I offer 6-year-old
Guckeoheimer, Gibson, Finch and
Overholt's rye (in full quarts) at ?1 each or
six bottles for 55. It is true that I sell pure
California wines, direct from the vineyards,
at COc; also port, sherry, or any other known
brands. It is true that I have the finest im
ported ports, sherries, Madeira and, iu
fact, any imported wine, unexcelled in the
rity. It is further true that I have the
finest gin, Jamaica rum, "Gold Seal"
brand v, or any other known liquor or
cordial my patrons may call for, all ot
which I guarantee to sell at regular New
York quoted prices. I will thank con
noiseurs to call before purchasing else
where, and would add that I have made
special arrangements for Thanksgiving
Day to conduct qnick deliveries both in
and outside the city. Thanking you for
past favors and trusting to a continuance.
MffF 82 Federal St., Allegheny.
IN THREE GREAT CITIES.
The Olnslc of Bluebeard, 'Jr., Whistled on
Some of the most popular melodies in
"Bluebeard, Jr; or Fatima and theFairy,"
next week's attraction at the Grand, are be
ing whistled on the streets of New York,
Philadelphia and Chicago. The score of
"Bluebeard, Jr.," is full of musical gems,
and the piece is conceded to be tbe most
elaborately staged and costumed, as well as
the most tuneful and catchy operatic spec
tacular extravaganza ever produced in this
country. Over 200 persons are encaged in
its production, ot these there are 60 in the
ballet The chorus numbers 60, and there
are 40 children. All the people in the cast
are well known. '
They Rearmble George Washington,
George Washington was always happy to
receive advice, and in that respect Pittsburg
young men resemble the immortal father of
their country. They like to be told where
to get the best clothing. Well, tbe place
where yonr taste and pocketbook can be
suited is at A. L. Sailor's, corner Liberty
and Sixth streets. He makes the neatest
fitting garments in the city. Mr. Sailor is
also sole agent here for Brokaw Bros, fa
mous clothing. It is equal to custom made
in style and finish.
Elegant quality and stylish colors fl5;
$7 50 to-day, at the Paris Kobe department.
Boggs & Buhl.
Our advance holiday announcement second
page. J03. HobnE &rCo.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Salt Water Oller
20 cents per quart. Get them at the Fulton
Market, 628 Smithfield st.
John a. IXabxct.
Ladies. Be Wise. Attend the 10 day
bargain sale of ladies' jackets, newmarkets
and. girls' cloaks, dresses and infants wear.
Bust Bee Hive, Sixth and Liberty.
Salt Water Oysters
20 cents per quart. Get them at the Fulton
Market, 628 Smithfield st
John A. Mabxin.
Fine watches specialty, low .prices
certainty, at Hauch's, No. 295 Fifth ave.
T. & V'B. Pittftbnr? beer crows In ikvor I
everv rear. Kent by mU.Mln, .
m m - - -- -, vjpc
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tgrtare or one insertion. Clattified advertUe
mentt on Vittpagc such at Wanted, For Bale,
3b Let, eta, ten cents per line or each inter
tion, and none taken for leu thanll ientt.
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established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 0 P. M. for inser
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established firm doing business in this city, to
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BOOM 4a, Eisner building. no-68
WANTED AGENTS "DODGE'S HOK3E
blanket holder:" keeps the blanket from
blowing or sliding off the horse; nothing like it in
the market: every horse owner buys: sample by
mall 25c. STAYNEB & CO., Providence, K. I.
WANTED EXPEBIENCED WHOLESALE
notion salesmen, acquainted with the trade
of the two cities, the near-by towns and the
country trade or Ohio, Western Petinsvlvania
and West Virginia. Address BOX 631, Pittsburg
P. O. no27-OT-WT
WANTED-SALESMEN AT 175 PER MONTH
talarvand expenses, to sell a Uneofsflver
plated ware, watches, etc.; by sample only; horse
and team furnished free: write at once for full
Emlculars and sample case of goods free. STAN
ABD SILVEBWARE CO., Boston, Mass.
ING work and employers and all others
who may wish to employ bricklayers are entitled
to register such wants, free of charge, at the
headquarters or the INDUSTBIAL MUTUAL
BENEFIT ASSOCIATION, 93 Fourth ave., first
floor front. Open until 9 P. II. Saturdays.
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 full terms ad
dress CENTENNIAL MFG. CO.. Chicago, I1L, or
Cincinnati. O. no9-77-wrsn
-T7ANTED-YOUNO MAN. 17 TO 20 YEABS
V V orage, to act as general clerk in a financial
institution lu Pittsburg; a good opening: mutt
write a good hand, have good health and lie able
to furnish first-class references as to honesty,
habits, etc. Address a specimen letter, giving
very full particulars, toG. B. B. McD., Dispatch
office, Pittsburg. noS-23
Stale nnd Female Hclo.
WANTED-AT ONCE-MALE COOK. FARM
hands, housekeeper. Catholic preferred;
50 cooks. 10 chambermaids, 100 house girls, nurse,
col. girls, 2 kitchen girls. 2 dining room girls.
MEEHAN'S, 615 Grant st, no26-D
WANTED-FIRST-CLASS BOLICITOBS. LA
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r reporter ana snonaana writer. Aaaress
G. E. K., Dispatch offlce. no29-27
-VVTAM'ED-CABPENTER, NO. J, WANTS
VV work, permanent or lobbing. Address, X.
Y., Box 113. Wllklnsbnrg. Pa. noV9-24
TX7-ANTF.D-S1T-.1ATT.ON JANUABY 1 BY
V V bookkeeper f one of the largest flint glass
factories in Ohio. Wusxniistchanire nresntiorl-
ltv on account hay fever. Address T Dispatch
WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG
woman, aged 22. a situation In small pri
vate family in Pittsburg or Allegheny: comforta
ble borne principally desired by advertiser. J. I.
W., Dispatch office. no29-15
TTJANTED-TO INVEST tXOOO. BY A YOUNG
V V man of experience and thorough business
training in a mercantile or mfg. business: is a
hard worker and wilt devote entire time tu busi
ness. Adarcss for one week with particulars,
"MEBCANTILE," Dispatch office. , noZS-51
Room. Booses. &c
WANTED-A SEVEN OB EIGHT BOOM
bouse, in good location, by a young mar
ried couple, without children. Address, with
terms, H. H., Dispatch office. no29-5
"TT-ANTED -MOBTGAG1Q5-S1. 000, 000 TO LOAN
TV in large and small amounts at 4H.5andt
per cent, free of State tax: no delay. REED B.
COYLE & CO... 1M Fourth are. my21-60
TJANTED-TO LOAN Sa00,000. IN AMOUNTS
TV of p, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on H percent, tree or tax: also smaller
amounts at 6 and 8 per cent. BLACK A BAUtD,
85 Fourth avenue. teZl-dSS-D
WANTED-TO X.OAN 300,000 ON MORT
GAGES: MOO and unward at ner cent:
500, 000 at 4)4 per cent on residences or business
properry; also in auioiaiug
counties. 8. H.
is Fourth avenue.
'TTrANTEDMORTGAGES-rlOO.eoO TO LOAN
WW r-,r n.tvtiMval In otttmsi Vrtw s 4hA t)Ott
for S to 5 years on city property, stverylowrates;
write for terms and give dwartnMea otsroeerty.
'Ii'.ftrt"nBlHT ""Wlpttea otHMarty.
Lv5;i? " " "! wwfw ,t. wmy
"TTTANTED- MOBTG AGES-JL 060, 000TO LO AN
VV on city and suburban properties st 4K, tand
(percent, and on farms in Allegheny and adja
cent counties at a per cent. 1. Ji. PENNOCKT
SON, 101 Fourth avenue. ap7-M
. wis, - -11- j, ,; f
TTTANTED MORTGAGES LABGE
small. ED. WlTTISH, 410 Grant street.
WANTED-S30.000FOBALONG TERM ATA
low rate Interest; good city security. Ad-
-. j xi. d .. uispaicn omce,
WANTED-SMALL MOR1GAGES-L J.WIL
SON, 149 Fourth ave- no2S-23
WANTED-HIGHEST SPOT CASH PRICES
paid for second-hand mrnlture, carpets and
honsefiold goods or ail kinds. 1211 PENS AVE
TT7AN TED-PERSON S TO KNOW THAT BY
TT agreeing to nay tl per week you can get
possession orfine gold or silver watches, clocks,
lJ?1'?. diamonds, silver ware, etc. J. MITSCH,
130 Federal st.. Allegheny, Pa. sel2-MWTbu
ANTED EVERYONE TO KNOW THAT
PF-AUlnV ih. ln,1ltiw ttlmtmrninhpr nf
98 Fifth ave. and 41 Federal St., All'y., Is making
a me sue crayon portrait, beautifully framccLana
one dozen cab, photos, ail for ft); alt fine work.
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOB SALE-AT 13,000: MODERATE TERMS
a good brick house: 6 rooms; No. 1M Colwell
St., one square from Fifth ave.: lot 20x90 It. to
Our alley. See W.A. HEREON ASONS, 80 Fourth
East End Residences.
T7IOR SAT.Tr.-nnrrqr. Vii t.ot. ktibo.
JP Meyran st. ; 4 rooms, hall, side entrance;
ft. 700. I. J. WILSON. 149 Fourth ave. no28-22
FOB SALE-ON CBA1G ST., NEAR FIFTH
ave., neat cottage 8 rooms; corner lot, 65 feet
front: price and terms reasonable. W. A. HEB
RON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. nol2-87-TuP
FOB SALE ELEGANTLY FINISHED
, houses in Ooltart square, Oakland, 9 rooms,
only m, 300. For full particulars see W. A. HEB
RON & SONS. 80 Fourth avenue. nol7-60-MV
FOB SALE-i2.70CNEW FRAME 6-BOOMED
house and two lots: handy to K. B. and cable;
will sell on time, same as rent. MELLON
BBOTHEBS. 6349 Station St., E. E. no24-l28-ltWI'
FOR SALE-ON ROUP 8T.. NEAR FIFTH
avenue, a good house, fine appearing, (8
rooms: well improved: lot 42 or 84 feet front, as
the purchaser roar desire: price very reasonable.
See W. A. HEBRON 4 SONS, so Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE CONVENIENT S-EOOMED
frame house, newly painted, with porches,
bay windows, etc., and lot 43x135 on a 60 ft. street;
handy to P. R. B. ; we offer this bargain at 4.500
on easy payments. MELLON BBOTHEBS. 6349
Station st., E. E. no24-12S-xwi
FOB 8ALE-TWO NEW DWELLING HOUSES
of Brooms. flnliihMl attlr. bath. w. c ranpe.
slate mantels, front and back porches. Inside
shutters; lot 30x100 each; near Shadyslde station:
terms easy; immediate possession. GEOBGE
SCHMIDT; 157 Fourth ave. no27-79
OB SALE-AT A BABGA1N HOUSE AND
lot. East End. close to Htland avenue school and
cable cars. 8 rooms, hall, cellar; house almost new;
good lot, to an alley; side entrance; the owner is
a sufferer in the Lawrcnca Bank and will sell at
less than value to a prompt purchaser. JAS. W.
DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-BEN VENUE PLACE. CONVEN
lENTtoP.R.B. and cable Hne-3 new. modern
frame dwellings of 6 rooms, center hall., bath, nat
ural gas, electric light and all improved conveni
ences: lota 50x175 each: price low, terms to suit;
these houses are of the style and size that are In
great demand: an early Investigation will con
vince you of their real worth. BLACK &BA1BD,
95 Fourth are. 4A-100. no24-89
FQR SALE 821,500 SHADYSIDE RESI
DENCE: corner property, convenient to ca
ble Hue or P. R. H.. on a 60-foot street; elegant
new Queen Anne style brick dwelling, 10 rooms
add reception hall, with hard wood finish, hard
wood mantels, tile hearths, sliding doors, both
gases, Incandescent light, etc ; lot 100x142 feett
this dwelling was not built for sale and Is well
constructed: see and be convinced. SAM'L W.
BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave, no28-73
FOBSALE-A HANDSOME QUEEN ANNE
brick residence in the East End, 1 minutes
from railroad station, 11 commodious rooms, bath,
lavatory, laundry, natural gas, electric bells, tile
hearths, marble mantels and all other of the more
recent requirements and in prime order through
out; the residence was built for a home and is
only now being offered for sale on account of it
being too large for present owner; fine lot 50x150
feet to an aUey. Terms, etc. from JAS. W.
DRAPE & CO., la Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOB SALE-OAKLAND. FOURTEENTH
ward; but few of the many people In this
great city have any conception of the magnitude.
Immense improvement, rapid growth and en
hancement or the now most aeslrable residence
district within our city limits; within 80 days the
new electric street railway will be in operation,
connecting Oakland Square and the city (via the
traction road) for the nominal fare of 5 cents;
Oakland Square is a beautiful park around which
run wide streets paved with asphaltum and sew
ered free of cost to the purchaser of one of the
beautiful dwellings facing the square, a brief de-
here given: Built of brick.
by day work, two slzei
ro sizes. S an
o ana 8 rooms, nans, bain.
inside shatters andwve's, handsome slate man
tels. tile heirths, sliding doors, range and both
gases: also, electric lighting apparatus, large
porches, cemented cellars, fine chandeliers, large
lot. etc.: terms, small cash payment down, bal
ance 8500 per annum: 14 of these dwellings have
been sold to representative business men: the
time consumed in running from the postoffice to
the square is hut 17 minutes, thus giving ample
time to go home for dinner: see the square before
buying elsewhere. SAM'L W. BLACK & CO., 99
Fourth ave. no26-64-D
IOR SALE A BABGAIN-AT A GBEATLY
reduced nrlce a verr desirable brick house.
v rooms, in j ourui wara, Aiiegneny,
r . -rfi .- j- . .. .
on reasonable terms.
80 Fourth avenue.
T7IOB 8ALE-NEW QUEEN ANNE DWELL
J7 ING, choice location In Second ward, Alle
gheny", containing 11 rooms. large reception hall,
bath, 2 Inside w. c.'a, slate mantels, tile hearths,
closets, pantry, laundrv. etc; front and rear
porches, plate-glass windows, stable and carriage
house; lot 0xli7 feet to a street: a most complete
home: within 300 feet of electric cars: will bear
the closest inspection, as house was not built to
sell; price, flKdOO; terms, half cash, balance to
suit purchaser. SAML. W. BLACK & CO.. 99
Fourth ave. no23-74-Mwr8
SALE IN THE SECOND WARD.
Allegheny A fine Investment property, con-
slstlng of a well built row of 8 brick houses contain.
lng 6 rooms each, with marble man tels. inside w.c.
(property thoroughly sewered), nat. and art gas,
etc.; this property Is near the Pleasant Valley
Electric road, and will certainly increase In value;
the owner, a non-resident, has urgent reasons for
selling. Call soon at 708 PEN N BLDG., Perm ave.,
between 9 and 10 A. M. and 1 and 2 r. u. tor fuller
7 rooms, bay window, inside shutters: 5 min
utes from station; 13,600. L J. WILSON. 149
Fourth ave. no2S-22
FOR SALE-S300 CASH, BALANCE 200 AN
NUALLY, for a 2-story dwelling of 7 rooms,
bath, natural gas, water, etc, : lot 50x145, on Fred
erick ave., aewickley. SAMUEL W. BLACK &
CO., 99 Fourth ave. no2S-73
FOR BALE-AT WILK1NSBUBG, CONVE
NIENT to station, z neat 5-roomed frame
houses, lot 33XX100 feet: excellent water In both
nooses: natural gas: good, dry cellars; will be sold
very low and on easy payments: full particulars
from McCUNE & COULTEU. S3 Fourth ave, who
wilt take you out and show you the property.
FOB SALE-HOUSE AND LOT, ETNA BOB
OUGH, at Orphans' Court sale: the property
of Lewis King, deceased, on tbe Butler turnpike,
near Etna postoffice, will be sold at auction on
Thursday, December 6, at 2 o'cIock; lot 30x100:
frame house and store; terms, fourth cash and
three years, A. L1.UUATE & SON, Auctioneers.
FOB 8ALE-SEWICKLEY RESIDENCE. AD
JOINING the residence of Dr. George Woods,
Tbornest., near Little, 5 minutes' from Sewlckley
station, 2-story brick, hall In the center, 8 rooms,
bath, hot and co'd water, natural gas, porches,
etc.: also laundry, separate, and stable; lot 65x275
to an alley; price, 17.600: terms. 81,000 cash, bal
ance SJOOannually. HAllOEL W. BLACK 4 CO.,
99 Fourth ave. no28-73
FOB SALE-ON TEBM3 OF BENT OF SMO
cash and 8500 per year, a 10-room brick dwell
ing with modern conveniences on the best street
in bewickley, but 3 mln. from the station; line lot
47x203 ft. : for a city business man who must de
pend on tbe trains this Is the most convenlentlv
as well as the most desirably located properly In
the market. A. W. ADAlB, Room 708 Penn
bldg, Penn ave. no28-13
FOR SALE LOTS.
IOR SALE AT INGRAM, 1.000 LOTS. GEO.
juunston, Agent, sz irourtn ave. nojj-n
FOB SALE AT INGRAM, SEVERAL VEBY
nice one-acre lots: price, (700 eachlot. GEO.
JOHNSTON. Agent, 62 1 onrth ave. no28-14
FOB SALE-AT WILKINSBUBG, LOT-60X200.
11 minutes' from station, (475: easy terms.
W. N.HAMNETT, 404 Smithfield St., Plttburg,
and Wllklnsbnrg. UQ27-S0
TJWR 8ALE-SEWICKLEYLOT, 50X145, FRED
I? ERICK ave., adjoining the new brick resi
dence or Mr. Frank Straw, one of the choice
streets of Sewlckley, and very convenient to tbe
station: terms, S300 cash, balance 3 or 5 years.
SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE BEAUTIFUL LEVEL LOTS
street and cewer improvements being made;
the best lots In the market for the money: terms
easy; at Aspinwall, West P. B. B adjoining
Sharpsburg, only 7 miles from Federal street.
Allegheny. Send for plans. W. A. HERBON &
SONS, W Fourth avenue. noS-as-rui
TTOR 8ALE-100 ACRES ON SQUIRREL HILL;
.a.- price, S2,K per acre.
Agent, 82 Fourth sve.
T7K3B BALE VALUABLE FARM AND FLAG
X! STONE quarry; the farm contains 41 acres
more or less, and Is situated IX miles from
Canonsburg, Wash. Co., Pa.; upon this farm are
s good two-story frame bouse of five rooms, a
large barn, a two-story brick wash and spring
house and other outbuildings; two good orchard
of choice varieties of fruit; the Arm Is In the oil
and gas belt, and Is unencumbered by a lease; it
j-- a wui, ,uu juuiuunniw wj .. .
M Well Yntrrf . !, itAnMinirrvti KTiAirn &ailin
CoolcouaiTT. Call on or address GEORGE Mo-
niuuim, QHNim WU .,":,
" "" W. " - t
FOR SAL)! LOTH.
East End Lots.
T7"OR SALE-10 ACRES ON FORBES ST.. NEAR
price (6,000 per acre. GEO.
JOHNSTON, Agt.. 62 Fourth ave.
TTIOB.SALE-g ACKES.OF LAND-FINEST
JJ situation on Shady lane, near Forward ave.;
price (14, 000. ED wnTISH, 410 Grant at.
TTiOR Sale-fine r.iyr. sorins. on merlon
JU street, one square from Negley ave., at (40"
per foot front. MELLON BEOS., 6W9 Station St.,
TTIOB bALE-AT LO W PBICE-LEVEL BUILD
JL1 ING lots, on grade, on Homewood avenue,
24x100 ft., near Homewood btatlon, P. B. B.;
Soodbusinesslocatlon. W. A. HEREON AbONS,
I Fourth avenue. nol2-87-Tnr
FOB SALE-170 PER FT., E. E. BUILDING
site, Boup street, near Firth ave.. lot 150x150
feet: magnificent view; good location and unsur
passed neighborhood: terms to suit. SAMUEL
W. BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth ave. n 027-16
TTIOB SALE-EAST END BDILDING LOTS,
1' 40x120 ft.. 1 square from Fifth and near S.
Hlland avenue, In College place plan, on grade,
with city sewerage: price only 82,250; terms rea
sonable. W. A. HEBRON & bONS, 80 Fourth ave
T710E SALE-THE CHEAPEST LOTS IN THE
1 market to-day are to be found in the Villa
Park plan, Bruebton station: no city taxes and
conveniently located: secure plan (book -form),
from JOHN F. BAXTER, Agent, 512 Smithfield
FOR BALE-CHOICE RESIDENCE SITES IN
the most attractive part or East End to ne
TER, Agent, 512 Smithfield St. no24-41-HWT
IOR SALE AT INGRAM, NINE ACRES OIL
GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth
TTIOB SALE-CALL OR SEND FOR PBINTED
AJ sale List. Justlssnec
& SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
TTIOB SALE-NATURAL GAB LANDS-160
J acres on NoblesvUle. road, eight miles from
Indianapolis; no wells yet drilled on this land,
but lands on all sides have flowing wells, from
which entire supply for Indianapolis Is obtained.
For prices apply to L. A. COQUAHD. 124 North
Third St.. St. Louis. Mo. nol4-48-D
If OK SALE BUSINESS.
17TOR SALE (IN A LIVE MANUFACTURING
town), an established butchering and meat
staxdi real estate: good well and fixtures. H. A.
SaCITH, Klttannlng, Pa. n 028-56
OB SALE-VALUABLE PATENT IMPBOVE
MENT on elevators: now in oneration at Star
lnlsbing Works. 2333 Hamilton St.. Phlladel-
Shla. Pa. : preserves life and limb.. For lull par
culars apply to BOUT. J. WALKER, Inventor.
TfoB SALE-GBOCKBY STOKES IN BOTH
JP cities, from tttOto (10,000: cigar stores (220,
(350, (500, (1,800: shooting gallery paying (75 per
week clear of expenses: fine city and country
drugstores: general country stores: good paying
slate rooting business in live town; boarding
houses, milk routes, confectioneries, bakeries and
many other good business chances. SHEFABD ft
CO., 54 Fifth are. no23
TTOB SALE-HALF INTEBEST IN FIBST-
CL A3S erocerv store In bealthv. nrosDerons
and rtoldly growing Southern city of GO, coo peo
ple: was established 1874 and pays net profit of
over (87,000) seven thousand per year; said busi
ness is free from debt and will only be sold to
man or good character, capable of running and
willing to devote his whole time to the business,
relieving present owner of all details; price
810,000; no attention paid to those not meaning
business. Address, with reference. D., Box No.
9, Savannah, Ga. no28-79-Tursn
FOB SALE-FEDERAL STREET PBOPEBTY,
Nos. 43 and 45, having a front of 40 feet; this
Is a rare chance for buying a business property la
one of tbe best locations in Allegheny. See
SAMUEL DYER, or GEORGE ALEXANDER, 48
Parkway, Allegheny. no27-30-XWT8
FOB 8ALE--A FLHST-CLASS FULL ROLLER
mill, from 75 to 80 barrels capacity, frame
building 40X80 feet, JK stories high, 55 horse
power steam engine, 12 sets 6x18 Dawson rollers,
10 fourteen feet reels, 4 Smiths' purifiers, dust
collector, magnetlo separator, flour packer, Rich
mond bran duster, four cleaners, 30-inch corn and
feed stone, new buckwheat roils, etc: this
property Is situated on the line of the Pennsyl
vania Railroad at New Florence station, West
moreland county. Pcnna.. with a side track to
the mill door: It is Ins good grain country, and
should command a good run of custom; the
present owners are not practical millers; they re
side at a distance irom New Florence, and are
engaged In other pursuits; they would therefore
rather sell tbe mill at a bargain to a good cus
tomer, than rent it. For terms, etc, apply to
ANTES SNYDEB, BlalrsvBle, Penna.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses, Vehicles, Live Block, Etc.
FOB SALE-1 .FINE PEBCHEBON JUABE S
years old In March. 17 hands high; weight.
1,750 pounds; color roan: sold for the want of
use. Inquire, any- afternoon or WM. MORRIS, '
head of Brunbt's Island; Chartlers packet land on
the place. no29-l9
Machinery and Metals.
TTIOR SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
jj ana renttea: repainngprompuy attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY ANDMACH1NECU..L1M.,
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; aU sizes and styles In stock, from 4 to
100 h. p. ;all refitted; rood as new, at lowest prices;
portable engines, s to 23 h. p. : boilers all sizes
and styles. J.S.YOUNG.&Parkway.Anegheny.
FOR SALE- HOISTING ENGINES, NEW
and second band; wire and manUIa rope,der
rlekand flttlngi, hoisting tuba and cars, day and
ore pans, engines, boilers and machinery.
THOMAS CARLIN 'S SONS, Lacock and Sandusky
sts.. Allegheny. auS-17-iiWT
PERSONAL-HAVE YOU SEEN LEVI'S
bookstore? Do yon know we have new books
as well as old? Do vou know we have the larrest
stock of old books west ot the Allegheny Moun
tains? LEVI'S BOOKSTORE. M0 Liberty St.
PEBSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURNED; recently they had not been on the
best of terms owing to a little family lar occa
sioned by tbe 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 tney agreed to sendaU
tnefrwork hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor. 65
fifth are., corner Wood St., second Boor, and
now everything is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns In their household. Telephone U68.
I.WABD A LIBEBAL BEWABU WILL BE
XV paid for the recovery or tlto body orGeorga
Manlwho was drowned at Woods landlnr on
November 22, age 22years, medium height, dark
balr and eyes. NICHOLAS MAUL, 1104 Carson
St., Pittsburg, 8. S. noT7-33
NOTICE-THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the stockholders of tbe Masonic Fnnd So
ciety will bo held in Freemasons Hall. MON
DAY EVENING, December 2, at 6 o'clock.
no2S-ti9-D A. M. POLLOCK, Sec'y.
mHE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OFl
tee stocsnoiaers 01 tne nnsonrg ana
Fairport Terminal Company will be beld at the
office of the company, B. & O. R. R. station,
corner Smithfield and Water streets, Pittsburg,
Pa MONDAY. December 9. 1SS9. at 2 P. K,
no24-24 C. S. WIGHT, Secy.
AO. U. "W. NOTICE THE MEMBERS
. of lorley Lodge. A.O.U.W., No. 142,
will meet at their ball on FRIDAY, November
29, at 120 P. Jf., to attend the funeral of our
late brother, Robert Warren. Sister lodges la
Tlted to attend. W. J. CROOKS, MV W.
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF
tbe stockholders of tbe Pittsburg and Al
legheny Droveyard Comozny will be beld at
the offlce of ths company, B. fc O. R. R. station,
corner Braitbneld and Water streets. Pittsburg,
Pa, MONDAY, December 9, 1889. at S p. it.
no24-24 C & WIGHT. Secy.
All journeyWn plasterers are requested to
attend a special meeting of Lodge No. 31. at
CommonerHalL corner of Smithfield street
and Fifth avenue, on FRIDAY EVENING at
7-20 o'clock, to take action in regard to the
death of brother Thomas Brannon.
no29-31 R. A. FRAZIER, President.
Heasquabtebs col. J. W. Pattxbson j
POST No. 161 G. A. R. I
November 29, 1868.
Bpecial Order No. 8.
10MRADES OF THIS POST ARE
J ordered to assemble at headquarters. No.
1D23 Carson st, a S., on FRIDAY, November
29, all o'clock p. M. to attend the funeral of
our late comrade, Henry Hetser. By order
D. A. JONES, JOHNDETTIS.
Adjutant. . Commander.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-SEALED
proposals, addressed to tbe undersigned,
indorsed "Proposals for Grading." will be re
ceived until MONDAY NOON, December 9,
for grading six mfles of the PM Y. 4 A. R. R,,
from Wampum Junction, Fa, to Lawrence
Junction, Pa. .
Good bonds will be required. Bondsmen must
be named aad bids made on blanks, which mar
be obtained at my omce, where profiles aad
specifications may be seen.
Ths right is reserved to reject any or all bids.
Of Esecutire Committee, P., Y. A A. K. R. Co.
PrrrgBTjRO, PA. November 29. 1889.
ji rarest a. Yi
rTTO LET-HOUSE OF 11 JBOOMB ON PESN
JL avr.: all modern, conveniences. GEO.
JOHNSTON. Agt., 62 Foarta ave. ao27-14
rpO LET-NO. 138 BEDFORD AVE., NEAR
X. Fulton St., a good brick house, 6 rooms and
attic: rent low. See W. A. HERBON A SONS. 80
Fourth sve. na24-5S-JCW7
TO LET-AT INGRAM, HOUSE OF 10
rooms; natural gas: delightful location.
GEO. JOHNSTUN. Agt,, 6J Fourth ave. no27-14
rpO LET-AT SHERIDAN-HOUSE OF 8
X. rooms and storeroom about 3 minutes from
B. K. station: low rent. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agt.,
62 Fourth ave. B027-I4
TO LET-FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS. WITH
kitchen, tableware, sewing machine, etc.,
(4 50. 41 LOGAN ST., near WyUe. O028-3S
TO LET-AT INGRAM, AN OLD ESTAB
LISHED vegetable garden, containing 40
acres, underhlgh state of cultivation: on premi
ses 4 rooms and biuement dwelling, 3 green houses
13x30 ft. with other outbuildings. GEO. JOHNS
TON, Agt., 62 Fourth ave. no27-14
Offices. Desk Boon. dee.
TO LET-CHOICE OFFICES IN THE STAND
ARD building, 531 and 538 Wood st: Urge,
well lighted; rent low: special inducements to
early applicants. See W. A. HERBON SONS,
80 Fourth ave. 4 noS-64-ur
TO LKT-830O PER YEAR-A LARGE, WELL
LIGHTED offlce with aU modern conven
iences; newly painted and papered; has two large
closets for storage room. Inquire at GERMAN 1A
SAVINGS BANK, 423 WoodTst. nolS-J!-D
ptRAND OPEBA HOUSE-SPECIAL
(This) " v
THANKSGIVING AFTEENOON AND
The celebrated English drama of
ALEXANDER SALVTNI. JB
Will appear, supported by tbe 1 nil company of
Slgnor SalviDi, from Palmer's The
ater, New York.
On these" performances the regular prices,
25c, 60c, 73c and tl.
SIGNORSALVINIas the GLADIATOR.
BIGNOR 8 ALVINI as OTHELLO.
SATURDAY NIGHT, PARTNERS,
At regnlar prices.
Next week Bine Beard. Jr.
"With hit .
GREAT CONCERT COMPANY,
At Old City Hall,
5 SATURDAY; NOVEMBER 38.
Matinee aid Nleht.
Tickets at Hays' Music Store 75 Fifth avena-e.
Prices Nteat, 73c aadSL Matinee, 60 and 7oc
GRAND OFJSRA HOUSE-TO-NIGHT.
Next week Bluebeard, jb.
"3. K. EMMET IN "UNCLE JOE.
Deo 2. Hallen A. Hart in "Later On."
Every Afternoon and JsTenlBg.
GREAT "WORLD COMBINATION.
Week Dec. 2 Beacon Light. aeSS
ARKY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
To-night, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday
THE NIGHT OWLS BURLESQUE COM
PANY Thanksgiving Day matinee, aht prices.
TTTORLD'S MUSEUM ALLEGHENY
VV City Week of November 26, Uerrs Own
World's Circus. The Skeleton Pudelet.
thinnest woman on earth. Positively the event,
of the season. December Z Wax groupings
of the great Croain murder mystery. Haines
GlBgeranap-Company. no'J5-4 t
TVT OT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
1 application will be made to the Governor
of Pennsylvania on DECEMBER 38, A.B. ls,
by Matthew Chambers, William C. JokaetesT
Roberta. MoEibbia, John Browalse, Frank,
M. Stone, William Daniels, Robert A. Cartsr.
James Hunter. Thomas A. McKeever, Edward
J. Reamer. Frederick H. Kennedy, Henry
riec&ner, jreierjuoa. xtoDjBEaiB w. scanner,
Charles H. Lowe, Rees Rees and H. E. Billing
ton, under tn e General Corporation Aet of April
29, 1871, and supplements thereto, for ths char
ter of an intended corporation to be called the
"Provident Building and Loaa Association of
Pittsburg," the object of which Is to transact
business as a building and loan association; and
for said purpose to have, possess aad enjoy the
rights, benefits aad privileges eoBferred by said
act and supplements.
vrOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
Xv application will be mad to the Govern
or of the State of Pennsylvania on MONDAY.
the 16th day of December, 18, by E. G. Hays,
C. E. EUsbree. H. P.Ecker. B. P. Wallace and
W. H. Gardner, under the act of Assembly
of tbe Commonwealth ot PeBssylvaaia, ea-'
ntiea "An act 10 proviue lor tne incorporaHos
and regulation of certain corperationa," ap
proved April 29. 1874, aad the supplements
thereto, for the charter of aa intended corpora
THE PENNSYLVANIA JRENTnjG COM
PANY. tbe character and object of wales is manu
facturing, selling; and dealing is planes aad
organs and the Virions -parts thereof, with the
right to acquire and dispose of such real aad
personal property as may be necessary ta car
rying on tbe business of said corporation, and
for these purposes to have aad possess aad en
joy all the rights, benefits and privileges of the
said act of Assembly and its- supplement. S.
SPENCER CHAPMAN, Solicitor.
BRUSSELS AND INGRAIN CARPETS,
new and second-hand, fftraitare of all
kinds, plaaos, office safes, stoves, etc
AT THE SALESROOMS,
NO- 311 MARKET ST..
FRIDAY MORNING, NOV. 29.
AT 10 O'CLOCK.
Chamber, parlor, library, office aad ataiag
room furniture, hall, room and stair, bressels
and Ingrain carpets, rugs, mats, curtains,
clocks, pictures, linoleum, pianos, ball racks,
iron safes, stores, mirror?, beddlag, mattresses,
springs, dishes and toilet ware, notions, sun
dries, ladies coats, glassware. tinware, blankets,
lamps, chairs, rockers, etc
HENRY AUCTION CO, LIM,
MONONOABELA IXSXTBAKCB CO,
98 Fourth avenue,
ELECTION-THE ANNUAL MEETING
and election of fifteen directors to serve
lor tne ensuing year win do ceia at tne omce
of tbe company on TUESDAY, December 3,
1889, between the hours of 11 A. jc aad 1 P. X,
no2J-'0-D JOHN H. CLANEY. Secretary.
NOTICE 18 HERESY GIVEN THAT THE
reports of the Board of Viewers or street
improvements on the opening of Moors street,
from Bedford avenue to. Ridge street, aad.
Klrkpatrlck street, from Wylie avsaae to Web
ster avenue, have bees approved by Councils,
which action will be final unless aa appeal is
tiken from tbe same In the court of Cea
Pleas within tea days from date thereof.
Pxttsbubs, November 29, 1889. ao29-3g
N ORDINANCE-AUTHORIZING THE
grading; Baring- aad caratae of Thirty
sixth street, from Charlotte street to Railroad
Whereas, It appears by' tae Betttiea aad
affidavit oa file In the office of the Clerk ot
Councils that one-third' la interest of tbe
owners of property IroutiBg aad akatttac upoa
tbe said street have peMttODed tae Ceaaefle of
said city to enact aa ordinance tor the jrradlor,
paving and carblng of the same therefore
Section 1 Be it ordalaed aad enacted by the
oityof Pittsburg, in Select and Cosssboq Coun
cils assembled, aad it is hereby ordained aad
enaoted by the authority of tsje taste. That
the Chief of the Department ef Fabric Works
be aad is hereby authorised aad attested to ad
vertise la accordance with tbe sets of Assem
bly of the Commonwealth ot Pettsssylvaasa aad
the ordinances of the said city of Fittsbarc re
lating thereto aad resUattas: the same,
for proposals for ths gradinc, pav
ing, aad carbine of TMrty-sVxtu.
street. from Charlotte street to
read street, the contrast aerator to
let la Um sssssisr directed hr the
aet ef Assembly aad ontrnsneat. The eoat
sjtoeaee et aae ssaie as swassaaaaasa
aVTCL I i!m3miZm&7&5mimm3Sk
- -- - m- .. -MMTtA mmmmM
SilS mm nm atmm i
and sewers in cities of the second clMe.'J?
approved the 16th df ot May, A. D. We, iij,'.
ordinance conflicting: with the provisions, of
this ordinance be and the same is hereby re
pealed, so far as tbo same affects this oral-
nance, j- ,- -jib
Ordained and enacted into a law in Cotindw' 1
this 11th day of November, A- D-1889. ,
H.P. FORD. President of Select Council.
IttM. nvr, aDVDDADn m-l. .. sz.tui
Council. W.'a. MAGEE. President of Com-1':
moncoancil protem. Attcsu Ui.U.uuui'H-
Clerlc of Common Council. t n.
Mayor's office, November 12, ISSK. Approved: '
"WM. McCALLIN. Mayor. Attests ROBERT , ':
OSTERMAIER, Assistant Mayor's Clerks
Recorded m Ordinance Book. voL 7. nace SKA Jr .
36th. day of November, A. D 1SS, no2S-9eyfr
A N ORDINANCE-AUTHORIZING THEL
Xx. grading; paving and curbing of Jumoa-js
tuio sueet, irom, tina avenue to roroesi
Whereas. It srneara bv th netirJon and 1
davit on file in the office of the Clerk of Cannf
cils that one-third in interest of tbe owners, of
property fronting and abnttintr noon the said
street have petitioned the Councils of said.-,
city to enact an ordinance for the eradlsa-' ,S
Section I Ha It ordained and fnfrt
-v i. . -7-t- " . a . t r - - .
.us cut ui jritisDsrc is oeieci ana itframomtu
voanciis assembled, ana it is hereby onlalneay
and enacted hr ths anthrrritv of th im
That tbe Chief of tbe Department of Pnbllel
worss ra and U hereby authorized and directed,
to advertise. In accordance with the acts of As-?
Sembly of the Commonwealth of PennsvlTanis.V
and ordinances of the said city of Pittsburg; ri
""ii tusreuj ana regulating tne same, tor pro- ;
posals for the grading, pavinj: and curbing" ofl
JamonvlUe street! rom Fifth avenne to orbesi
sireet.inecontractthereloretobeletiathemrB- . !
ner directed by the said acts of Assembly aad M
w.uuiuuca. mo cgst auu sxpeoas di toe hbs
to be assessed and Collected In accordance wltau,..
sue provisions or an act 01 Assembly 01 own, .
bommonweaiia oc Pennsylvania, entitled, "Abts
act relatlnz to streets and aawars in cmaacJ.L
the second class," approved the 10th dr'K
Mv. A-TV IftKO ' J.,a
Sections That any ordinance or part of ati
j. tuuMicune wito, sue provisions ot tfl.
ordinance be, and the same Is hereby repealed.'?!
go far as the Sams' affects this ordinance. tS
Ordained and enacted intoIawiaCoUBas5i
this lltb. dav of November, A. D. 18. 1
H. P. FORD. President of Select CcWl
en. Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD, Cleric oCS
dent of common Council pro tem Atteel
uj. uuu in, uierjcoi common Council.- m
Mayor's office. November 12.1289. Arjrjrovndia
WM. McCAIXIN. Mayor. Attest: TBOJST;!
OSTERMAIER. Assistant Mayor's Cleric -f
Recorded In Ordinance Book. voL 7, page 9BVi
uaj v. iiaicmucr, .a- as. aoov. no2BB.
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THBl
construction of a sewer on Twentr-slitki
street, from Penn avenne to tbe AUegheeytf
Section 1 Be it ordalaed and enacted by taS
city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coaa-I
cils assembled, and it Is hereby ordained adK
enacted by the authority of tbe same, Thattfca
Chief of tbe Denartment of Public Works bari
and is hereby authorized and directed to ad-si
vertise,in accordance witn the acts or Asses
bly of the Commonwealth ot Pennsylvania adl
we orm nances 01 toe sai a city 01 ntUDurgr
lng; thereto and regulating tbe same, fsra
proposals lor the construction of a p:a';
sewer 18 inches ta diameter on Twenty-sfasSaJ
street from Penn avenne to tbe Allaghsssrj
uver, ujb. contract luereior to do ie& m-sssii
manner directed by ths said acts of AasasaMwj
aad ordinances. The cost and expense ot thai
same to be assessed and collected in accordaswsti
witn tne -provisions 01 an act 01 Assess Wy
us uommonweaitn or Pennsylvania, eM
"An act relating to streets and sawers las
of the second class." approved the 1 day oJ
Ma. A. D. 1889. sft Jj
Section 2 That any ordinance or pcrtofs
urn-nee connicungwiui tne provisos c 1
ordinance, be and the same is hereby rrrnsJ
so far as tbe same affects this OrdinaBee.., j ,
uruainea ana enactea into a law ra L,s
this lltb day of November, A. D. 18M.
'H. P. FORD, President of Select Ce
Attest: Gjso. hheppakd. Clerk of
Council. W. A. MAGEE, President
Common Council pro tem. Attest: G
BOOTH. Clerk of Comsaon ConnciL
Mayor's Office. November 12. 1SBB. Ansrov
"WM-MoCaLLLN, Mayor. Attest: ROBS!
OSTERMAIER. Assistant Mayor's Clerk. -S
Recorded in Ordinance Book. voL 7, pace 2Mra
27th day of November. A. D. ISSK aomMtm
A N ORDINANCE-AUTHORIZING
J. construction of a sewer ea Lisesta
one, from" Mayflower street to a i
with Nesflev mn sewer.
' Section 1 Be it ordained' and enacted br Mwl
city of Pittsburg in Select and Comae I
ens assemoiea. aaa it is cereoy oraanwet a
acted by the authority of the ns.-
the Chief of ths Denartment of FabUo W
be. and is hereby authorised aad dirosSssLSsO1
advertise. In accordaase with, the acts Sfi-sii
sembly of the Commonwealth of Pesasgvwissif
ana me ordinances oi tne stua cny as rnm
relating thereto and. regulatine tbesavax
proposals for the construction of a
sewer oa Lincoln arenas, coimiiiiiiubi
Mayflower street; thence to Wisstows
to bo IS Inches la diameter, thence 29 iael
diameter to a connection with a sewer la Na
run, tba contract therefor to bs let 1st
manner directed by the said acts'
Assembly and ordinances. Tbe oeaa4,i
cease of the same to be assessed aad
In accordance with tno provisions of asastva
Assemoiy ox tae (omraonweutn oc .
vaala, entitled, "An act relating to str
sswers in cities of the second class." i
ths 19th dav of Mav. A. D. 1888.
section 2 That any ordiaswee or Mst-isifl
ordteance conffictlng with the prclssS;S
tais orainance us ana tne sama is uuiusf i
peaiea, so iar as tas same aaecis tsss
Ordained and enacted into a lawlH I
this 11th dav of November. A. D. 188HL
H. P. FORD. President of Select: Co
a ...... zipn Bni-DDmTi rni- I
CounciL W.A. MAGEE Presides of
moo Council pro tern. Attest: GBO.JiOOTl
Clerk oi commoa coaneu.
Mayor's Office. November 12, lgtsV As
WM. McCAT.tTtN. Mavor. Attest'. W
OSTERMAIER. Assatsmt Mane's Clerk.
Kecrtaea in urataanca .book, vol.7. j
wtn oay oi xiovemoer. A. ivisew.
. grading, paving asd. curbins; of BssM
street, from Fifth aveaaa to Ferass sSsasKV
theTwenty-secosMtwardof PitsettarsL S
Whereas, It appears bv the pssstloa. assf J
aSdavit on nls la tbeoasesaf tM Ctattistl
Councils that oue-tblrd la latsnst at t
owners of property frootlsg aad ahntWasjasi
the said street havis; peMtioa ths CMsm
of said city to enact aa otdiaaas lsrl
irradinr. navmz aad curbinaof the sassweaasi
fore. ' "vi.
Section 1 Be it ordained aad" asassssl layjsaJj
city oi xtttsoarg, tn eewec aa&
UouBClls assemWed. aad It is heresy
and enacted by the authority of ts sai
tha Chief of ths Dtiartaiot f Paasht'
bo and Is hereby authorised aad ilitsiMs as savd
TerBssta aecoraaaes witatna hh Jksaatsanj
bly of the Commonwealth of PsaasyHsjaaa sasM
the ordlnaacts of the said dry of Pisss ssjjj
latlsz thereto aad regniatisgtaa sss
posals for tbe grading, paying: aad
Barton street, from Fifth avenue ta
attest, ths contract therefor ta bs hat
the manner directed by the said smss of .
bly and ordinances. The cost aadt
the same to be assessed aad eolltetsd to
cordance with the provisioas of aaaeteCc
sembly of the Commonweal ta or rseas
entitled, ;'An act relating to streets seal seas
ia cities of the second class," approved toe 1
oay of Jtay, x. if. las.
8eettea2 That aayordteaaew or past ;
aiaaaceconniciiasrwiui u pswraaaa
ordinance be and tie saata is hssaar l
so far as the same affects this eevstoaw
Ordained and eaaotod iatoalawiat
ik1 11th Hivn fNnvMshar. . T. 1SBB.
H. P. FORD. President of Select
Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD. derk et
nmmelL W.A.MAOEE. Presidastt i
taoa uouncu pro teas. Attest: usbv.j
cierc oii;oBjmo ijeaaeu.
Mavor's office. November 13. 1889.
WM. McOALLIN. Mavor. Attest.'
OSTERMAIER, Anstotsat Mayor's Ceetai,
iteecraea in vrramaace jjoos. vot. i,
jaui aay oi aoretastr. A. v. am.
S S ORDINAlf CJs-AUTHOI
A sradin?. savin aad earbinaTaf I
street, fn m PeaaaveBae to Blswerth s
Section i Be It ordalaed hndeoaetoCk
city ofFUUburg.mBeIeet and Corns
enacted hr toe aatherltr of tbe seal
OiiAf ot the Deaartssent of PubiiO '
and Is heresy as aorised aad dlreeesd 1
vertise ta aeeoraaace wita tne acts ih .
bly of toe ComawmweeltB of PeaasTiv
tne uraiaaasss ot too saia city t
ralatlnr thereM aad rssrslatiDsr the-1
erososaU foe the aradiBC.ija vine aedi
of Sheridan street, from Penn aveaaeto
wurth aveeae. tbe street to be paved as to t
building line without curb on the- east
thereof, the eontraet therefor to be let
unur airootsd bv ths said acta of Aa
aad Ordinances, the cost aad expeaee
tame to he assises aad eoueotsa ia
ansa with the provtaioos or the ao.jat.
oiy oz tsw wMMoawsano ox - sursyi
tltlad "An set relssSawta streets aad
ettles of toe second das,' aparOTe
tor of May. A. D. lam
aaaes ooaftletiaa wtththe pro vissoaa at -.1
ordtaaaoe be aad the saote lsnereay
so far as the sasaa afleets this ordtoaa
OTdeJoed aad eaaeted Jatea hserto
thUUth day of November. A. D-PaaV
H. P. FORD. President of Setose
Attest: ujbu. tuimrr&jw,
CoansIL W. A. MAGKAV P
bob Council pro torn. Attest.' 0
utstK or uosaasea ixraacu
!iSSMBMatmauS&JrrJEL,il. .- JLW..S,