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PITTSBXTEa DISPATCH, TUESDAY,
gfllONG THE MINERS.
skiver Operators Think They Will
Betnrn to Work at Old Rates.
THE MEN DETERMINED TO FIGHT.
'Kanawha Coal Fast Becoming a Dangerous
BOIMAKEES1 BTE1KE AT JEAHHETTE
The 10 or 11 small mines up the Monon
gabela Valley which were operating last
week ceased operations on Saturday, frith
the exception of that of Munhall Bros., in
the first pool, who hare seven or eight boats
A leading operator stated yesterday that
he felt assured, from information from reli
able sources to which he had access, that
the river miners would have all returned to
work at the 2 cent and 3f cent rates inside
a week or ten days. The feeling, he said,
among the men and some of the leaders was
in favor of a resumption of work at the old
rates. In relation to this statement, Secre
tary Kobert "Watchoro, of N. D. A. 135,
said last night:
"I have Just returned from the river dis
trict, and think I am in a, position to ex
press .some opinion as to the feeling among
the men. They will return to work it they
get 3 cents, and 2) cents in the fourth poof,
but on no other terms.
MIKEES IK EAENEST.
"The miners are more determined now in
support of what they regard as their just
demand than they have been for many a
year, due to the tact that they knowfrom
bitter experience the impossibility of living
at the 2 and 2-cent rates. The men are
not all organized within the K. of L., but
thev are all banded together and firmly de
termined to hold out for the 3-cent and 2
The greatest competitor in the Cincinnati
and Southern markets local operators have
to deal witn is the Winifrede Coal Company,
of which Theodore "Wright is president.
The capital stock of this company is $450,
000, fully paid up, and it is said that it has
not paid'any dividend for some years past.
It has branches at Chicago, Louisville and
other river points, and only handles Pitts
burg coal when its stock runs down. It has
lately ordered 30 barges from JlcClure &
Co., of this city, and is yearly adding to its
trade. At prese'nt the company has 1,000,000
bushels in its Cincinnati yards, all of which
is from the Kanawha region. The company
has had the bnlk of the lower river trade for
the past two years, and though it maintains
its wholesale rates on a par with the Pitts
burg figures, dealers handling the Kanawha
coal sell it at 2 cents per bnshel less than the
Pittsburg article. The cost of transportation
from the shipping point on the Kanawha to
Cincinnati and from the Pittsburg port is
widely different Prom the former point to
Cincinnati the distance is 200 miles, and the
cost of transportation $45 for one barge for
the round trip.
FOOTING UP THE COST.
Prom this port to Cincinnati the distance
is 466 miles, and the cost of hanling one
barge for the round trip is $175. To the
latter cost must be added that cf lockage,
which varies from the toll on a coalboat
from the fourth pool at $66 25 to $18 90 for a
light boat, and $22 50 for a deep boat in the
first pool. A good deal of the Kanawha
coal is mined at 2 cents per bnshel, and in
relation to this National Master "Workman
John B. Eae, of K. D. A. 138, said yester
day: "There' is coal going out of the Kanawha
district which is mined at Z$ cents. At
Raymond City they have from 5 feet to 7
feet of clear coal, and the rate paid is 2
and 2y$ cents per bushel, but the men at
these mines can make better wages at those
rates than the river men here can at 3 cents.
I must say that lam inclined to advise the
men that if they cannot get a fair rate for
their work here to go down where they can
make better wages."
Biver operators are now beginning to
think that the syndicate which proposed
buying them out is out of the deal. They
argue that if they meant business they
would be around seeing how things ap
peared. A PBICE BLUFF.
The movement of Boats on the Ohio and
"Word was received yesterday that the
steamboat Joe Williams had passed Yicks
burg with its tow. The steamboat Time
yesterday left Cincinnati for Pittsburg with
a tow of empties.
Yesterday the Brownsville and Morgan
town packets adopted a new running card.
The extension oi the packet line to Morgan
town has compelled the company to leave an
hour earlier than usual. Yesterday after
noon the steamboat left at 3:15.
"Word was given out yesterday by the coal
dealers outside of the combine that the cnt
in coal to lower markets was simply a bluff,
and that at the figures set by the Pittsburg
and Southern Coal Company no sales were
made. A member of the latter company, in
answer, said limply, "Iiet the man who
vthints those prices are bluffs offer to bny
any number of bushels at that price. He
will get the price so quick it will make his
Close inquiry on the docks revealed the
fact that there was a sharp interest between
company and outside coal. Members of the
company say, however, that the price has
been fixed by the combination. This com
bination is likely to create a ruction in a
day or two.
John A. Heed, dealer in agricultural im
plements for the W. A. "Wood Harvester
Company, has removed from No. 521 Lib
erty avenue to No. 109 "Water street. He
has joined the "Water Street Club, and has
been initiated in the most royal style. He is
sow a thorough member of the Navigation
The leaving time of the Brownsville
Packet Company was changed yesterday
from 4 to 3 P. 21. The steamer Bainbow left
yesterday with a heavy cargo. The Andes
will be in this morning. The steamboat
John A. "Wood arrived at New Orleans this
morning. The S. L. "Wood stopped at Baton
Eonge with 200,000 bushels.
BOXIIAKERS OUT AGAIN.
Ther Go Strike at Jennnette Without
Mnklne Known Their Grievances.
The boxmakers working in the Jeannette
factories went out on strike again yesterday.
Two of their number, who had not returned
with the others last week, fonnd employ
ment at Herr's Island, and it is charged
that they were instrumental in inducing
the men to strike. Master "Workman Boss
said the men badi no business to go on a
strike without making known their griev
ance to their local or to the Iiistrict. He
telephoned to them to return to work, and
that if they did not he would put men in
Another New Floe Grade Steel Plant In
Course of Erection.
Another steel works is being .erected in
McKeesport. The "W. Dewees "Wood Com
pany are constructing a plant in connection
with their iron mill, which will manufac
ture a high grade of steely The plant will
sot be so large at first, bnt if successful will
be increased. "The process comprises some
Oelecntea to Boston.
Mr. Bobert Layton, Supervisor of Immi
gration, and Homer L. McGaw, will be
among the delegates to the Boston conven
tion, the call for which has been issued for
the 10th inst, next Tuesday.
Foe a disordered liver try Beecham'i Pills.
uPZikxs'oap the portst and best ever made
THE HU8BAKD 10 BLAME.
John Browne Had ills Wlte ArrcstedTTbr
Neglecting Her Heme.
John Browne, a laborer in Carnegie,
Phipps & Co.'s mills, will have to make a
very decided change in the treatment of his
family if he wishes to keep out of the work
house. Yesterday he had his wife, Mary,
arrested, charging her with abandoning her
children and not caring' for their home. He
made some very harsh statements concern
ing her habits, and when she was taken
before Alderman Porter there was a great
deal for her to answer.
She was sobbing when brought before the
Alderman, and alter answering the usual
questions declared that it was her husband
and not she who had abandoned their home
and children, and she asked to have some
one sent to the rooms to see the .condition
they were in. The Brownes live in the
three attic rooms of the rear house No. 3531
Butler street. "While an officer was looking
at the apartment the poor woman unfolded
her tale of woe.
She is Browne's ctecond wife and they have
five young children. She has always worked
hard, and until a few weeks ago had her
rooms comfortably furnished. The rooms
were furnished with her earnings, her hus
band contributing but little to the
family's support. But a few weeks
ago Browne came home and car
ried away and sold everything in
the place that had a monetary value. Then
he spread reports against his wife's charac
ter, and finally had her arrested. The offi
cer who' had been sent to investigate the
condition of the family reported that there
was not a table, chair or bedstead in the
three rooms that Mrs. Browne called home.
Thev were bare of anything necessary to
comfort, and showed the utter destitution of
the family. Alderman Porter sent the
woman home with some cheering words,
and declared that he would compel Browne
to support his family.
A Preventive for Cronp.
Croup is a terror to young mothers,
especially during the winter months, as it is
then most prevalent. It can always be pre
vented, if properly treated as soon as the
first symptoms appear. Hoarseness is the
first symptom; this is soon followed by a
peculiar, rough cough. If Chamberlain's
Cough Kennedy is freely given as soon as
these symptoms appear, it will invariably
prevent the attack. There is no danger in
giving the remedy, as it contains no in
jurious substance. Por sale at 50 cents per
bottle by the following named druggists:
E. x. Stuckey, Seventeenth and Twenty
fourth sts., Penn ave., and cor. "Wylie ave.
and Pulton St.; by Markell Bros., cor. Penn
and Prankstown ayes.; by Theo E. Ihrig,
3610 Pifth avenue, and by Carl Hartwig,
Butler st, in Pittsburg, and in Allegheny
City by E. E. Heck, 72 and 174 Federal St.,
and Thos. B. Morris, cor. Hanover and
Preble aves.; Fred H. Eggers, 172 Ohio st;
P. H. Eggers & Son, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
Christmas and Pianos.
Holiday gifts will soon be in order uni
versally, when the all-absorbing topic will
once more arise, "What shall it be?" Ahl
That's the question I But why hesitate?
"What's the matter with a good piano or or
gan? "Too expensive," did you say?
There's jnst where yon are mistaken. Be
advised, and before you arrive at a hasty
conclusion you will certainly drop in at
Mellor & Hoene's, 77 Pifth avenue, where
you will be most agreeably surprised upon
acquainting yourself with their rental plan,
or easy method of procuring a piano or or
gan. Yon will find they submit a choice
beyond comparison, ranging in prices and
supplied on terms adapted to the circum
stances of everyone. And still-more the
old established character of this house affords
ample assurance that you will meet with the
most honorable and courteous treatment.
Call or write to them for catalogue at 77
Elegant Holiday Pianos.
"We are daily receiving shipments of beau
tiful pianos, personally selected at the fac
tories by our Mr. Schoenberger for the holi
day trade. The list includes the celebrated
Kranich & Bach, the Stultz & Bauer and
James M. Starr pianos, in various styles of
finish, as rosewood, mahogany, walnut,
Spanish cedar, and oak. Everyone inter
ested in the purchase of a piano is cordially
invited to visit our warerooms and examine
these elegant instruments. Low prices and
easy terms of payment.
LECHNKB & SCHOENT3EBGER,
tusu 69 Pifth avenue.
NEW PARLOR CABS
Between Washington. Pa., and Pittsburg
Via the, P., C & St. L. By.
Beginning with Thursday, December 5,
1889, parlor cars will be run on the "Oil
Special" trains of the Pan Handle Boute,
leaving Washington, Main street, at 7:40 A.
ax., arriving Pittsburg at 8:40 a. il, leaving
Pittsburg at 4:45 P. M., and arriving Wash
ington, Main street, at 5:50 p. si. The
charge for seats will be 25 cents each.
Handsome Gowns and Garments.
Miss E. S. Parr, from the establishment
of Mr. A. H. Bosenbaum, Boston, London
and Paris, will take pleasure in sbowingthe
ladies of Pittsburg and Allegheny a large
line of handsome gowns and garments for
home, street, carriage and evening wear, be
ginning Thursday, December 5, and con
tinuing for one week Monongahela House
Parlors, 11 and 12.
A Olacntflcent Offer.
1,250 Boyal Standard kersey overcoats at
$20 for to-day. Made of imported kersey in
blue, mouse, wine, stone, black and steel
gray. These overcoats are tailor-made and
lined with a' rich farmer satin of the very
finest quality. They are the finest speci
mens ot the&ind in the city, and worth from
$25 to $30. Our price to-day $10.
P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts.,
opp. the new Court House.
The superb collection of oil paintings
that have been on exhibition for a few days
at 433 Wood street is to be sold at auction,
commencing this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
This is the best opportunity of the season to
obtain a fine painting at reasonable rates.
REAL ESTATE SAVINGS BANK, LUIL,
401 Smltlifleld Street, cor. Fourth Avenue.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $50,000.
Deposits of $1 and upward received and
interest allowed at 4 per cent. its
Sohiner Pianos boomer Pianos,
rELOUBET REED PIPS OBQANS.
TJnequaled in tone, durability and work
manship. Pine holiday assortment of these
matchless instruments at the music store of
J. M. Hoffmann & Co., 537 Smithfield
street. Open until 9 o'clock evenings.
Rich Cnt Glass.
Our stock now complete with every re
quisite for the table or buffet in all new and
artistic effects. Our prices and depth of
cuttings are the very lowest.
152, 154, 156 Federal st, Allegheny.
A Magnificent Offer.
1,250 Boyal Standard kersey overcoats at
$10 for to-day. Hade of imported kersey in
blue, mouse, wine, stone, black and steel
gray. These overcoats are tailor-made and
lined with a rich farmer satin of the very
finest quality. They are the finest speci
mens of the kind in the city and worth from
$25 to $30. Our price to-day, $10.
P. C.-C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts.,
opp. the sew Court House.
Chbistmab crayons at low prices at Lies
popular gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st. Cabi
nets, $1 per dor. zrsu
Will Caitletoh-and "Betsey and I Are
Out.' at Old City Hall to-night, JSeoti at
Mellor St Esih'i,
DRIFT m THE KRILL
It Appears to be in Every Direction
as Well as Toward the Center.
PERSPECTIVE AHD PEOSPECTIYE.
Wildcatters Determined That Surplus Shall
Not be Exhausted.
ALLEGHENY. COUKTI WILL BE BIDDLED
The way oil smellers are dodging around
these days in Allegheny county is calcu
lated to make "an evil- and gum-chewing
generation" unbutton its eyes, accustomed
though it may be to expect some fresh ma
terial developments deduced from scientific
generalization every morning.
What these gentry would do if these roads
were passable, or even jack-assable, is hard
to conjecture. : Buckle says that Spain and
Scotland were once the most religious
nations in the world and had the worst
roads, rather appearing to argue inferential
ly that intense piety and bad roads went to
gether. If there be anything in the argu
ment, the rural districts of Allegheny coun
ty ought be the most pious in the State, for
there certainly cannot be equally bad roads
anywhere else, and certainly in most of the
sections where the highways are the worst,
the people are rigidly orthodox. Were con
gregations on Sundays, before, between and
after sermons, to exercise themselves in
bettering the highways it could be easily
shown to be a work of necessity and human
ity, jnst asjnuch as the pulling of an ox or
other animal out of a pit.
Were it not for the piping of petroleum
its discovery in this county wouid be the
cause for improving the highways, for it
could never be hauled in the mud slonghs
after freezing began.
The petroleum prospectors carom from
place to place like billiard balls, and the
petroleum deposit is either serpentine in its
windings or in pools. A territory con
demned one month may be the center of
speculative excitement the next. The entire
line of the Montour Bun Bailway is now
being invested, from Imperial to the mouth
of the run at the foot of Neville Island, and
some very devious work is being done. In
some sections scarce any two farmers get the
same contract, and some who have leased,
released and re-released several times with
out bonus stand stiffly on their pins and
demand it "no givee, no takee."
A KBW FIELD ON TAP.
Last week much territory was picked up
by lessors in the vicinity of Guy's mill; or
rather Wettengail's, now. A Well will be
bored on the Wettengail farm soon, and
this will doubtless have some effect on the
determination whether or no the territory is
connected with the Swing's mill section
Por reasons best known to the company
interested, the territory west of the Moore
farm, in Robinson township, was condemned
last summer, so far as gas was concerned, it
being stated that the Moore farm well was a
failure. It appears, however, that the well
is not much of a failure after all, and that
Coraopolis is getting mnch of its supply of
gas from it. Charles Bobb states that Moore
is getting $550 a year rent for it, and that it
is above the average in pressure.
Developments are extending both east and
west in that section, and a well will shortly
be bored in Crafton. The owner of a small
piece of ground gets a bonus of $500 and
$50 per month additional until operations
are begun. This state of affairs is making
some people turn up their noses at garden
farming, which has hitherto been deemed
profitable in that section. The forests in
the vicinity of the Depp farm, on Montour
run, are being demanded to make rig tim
ber. It is a pity that they should be de
stroyed, bnt Jim Watson secures some com
fort from the fact that the resultant brush
heaps make good rabbit, or rather hare,
The wells in the Stowe and Robinson
township field are holding up quite well.
Mr. Jamison says the Arbuckle No. 1 is
still making well up to 200 barrels a day,
and No. 2 is expected to come in a day or
two, and it is believed it will be as good as
No. 1. There will be a number finished
this week and next between here and Shan
nopin, but not enough to either confirm or
condemn the territory.
Hu kill's No. 2, on the J. C. Morris farm,
ML Morris field, is in first pay streak, and
Core No. 3 and C. Wise No. 1 are still
pounding in the sand, but without results
ON A FASHIONABLE DBIYE.
The well on the Wilt farm, Horseshoe
Bend, Perrrsville road, is showing for a
lamer one than expected. It is thought it
will be a 50-barrel affair, and should it
prove so, there will be a good lumber mar
ket in that section before Yule-tide.
The fjfhamokin field isn't making much
noise, being an old one, but it is turning ont
big wells at intervals and there is enough
doing generally to prevent any likelihood of
the surplus being wiped ont this year,
though it is likely that from this time on
Pennsylvania oil will bring a remunerative
price. Present prices are a stimulant to
action and where three or a dozen wells can
be pumped by one or two engines, so that
one attendant can operate them, they are set
to work, though the output of each may be
bnt a barrel or two. The aggregate of this
work is considerable and there is likely to
be enough of it for some years to come to
repress the energies of shale oil distillers.
It will not surprise many people who have
been keeping note of the run of events to
hear of fresh developments up the Allegheny
river, between its mouth and the Kiskemi
netas and even up that Congressionally im
proved stream, should the aspirations of
Somerset county borers be rewarded.
Theories have been knocked into a cocked
hat, and no one knows for certain that a
belt might not run to Johnstown and up
People have been sitting' down on West
Virginia development from time to time.
but who is geologist enough to say that it
may cot produce enough to support the de
cline in Pennsylvania fields. The stiata
dip deeply in that direction, but there is no
reason to doubt that in time it will be found
as feasible to drill a mile deep as it is now
to go half a milel
Duff City has been been quiet for a day
or two, but the drill is at work vigorously,
and a gusher majr be heard from at any
time, as the mud is not over the top of the
Tottering to its Base.
Health totters to Its very foundations when
vigor begins to wane. To check Its loss, to re
pair its general damage to the constitution
which this Inflects, Impaired digestion must be
rendered active, the conversion of food into
blood must be facilitated. No tonic on earth
can accomplish this so effectually as Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters; a remedy also for malaria,
constipation and biliousness.
Dolls are being sacrificed at Harrison's.
Think of it. A kid body, bisque face and
hands, and 16 inches long, all ior 50 cents.
Others in proportion at Harrison's Toy
Store) 123 Pederal st, Allegheny. tts
Of sew patterns and shapes of toilet chamber
sets in unique designs and colorings at
Belzenstein's, 152, 154, 156.Pederal St., Alle
Steam train, track and all complete, only
$3 50. Absolutely necessary for a complete
Christmas tree. Harrison's Toy Store, 123
Pederal St., Allegheny. ITS
Montenac, chinchilla and kersey over
coats ready made and to order, at Pitcairn's,
434 Wood street xrsu
Thr old reliable F. & V. Pilsner beer
never fails to give satisfaction. All dealers.
Or order direct. Telephone, 1166.
Grand Christmas Oaeaina;
Today at S. 8. Dark & Co.', 96 Pifth
Mf'lHtplay advertisement one dollar ptr
square for one insertion. Clairlled advertise
ment on this page such arWanted, For Bale,
To Let, etc., ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken for lets than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are 10 bo, prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts wlthTnsUla"
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, S5 Butler street.
FJ1IL O. STtlCEET, zith street and renn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY A CO., Wjlle ave. and FultoaiU
N. bTOKELY. Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. 'WALLACE. 021 Fenn avenue.
JACOB SPOHN. No. ZCarson street.
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAEBCHEB, 89 Federal street.
H. 3. SICMUUE. Market House, Allegheny:
FRED H. EGGEBS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS & BON,. Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHEN EY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
I'EHBY M. G LEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
W. T. FLOCK.ER, 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
WANTED-25 CASHBOYS AT KAUFMANNS'
Apply at once. deS-O
WANTED MACHINIST. GOOD LATHE
and planer hand: eood Treses. Apply to
TAYLOB, SHAW & CO.. BharpsTllle. Fa. de3-85
TTANTED-A COMPETENT BILL CLERK
YV In the pipe and fittings business. Address
FIFE AND FITTINGS, Dispatch office. dcS-46
WANTED-AGENTS IN EVERY TOWN TO
sell our teas, coffees and spices to families:
salary and commission. ASSAM. TEA CO., 4S05
Liberty ave. de3-31
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS DRUG CLERK;
must be registered or a graduate in phar
macy, a single man and one -who speaks German
prelerred. Apply to J. F. UKBEN, 201 Franklin
st., Allegheny, Fa. dc3-K
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED SHOE
salesman to carry our lines of women's,
misses and children's shoes in Pittsburg and vi
cinity. HARRISBUBG BOOT AND SHOE MFG.
CO., Harrlsburg. Pa. no28-77-D
WANTED-SHOE SALESMAN, THOROUGH
LY experienced man for wholesale house
In I'lttsDurg: no traveling required: good posi
tion for a man -who can fill It properly. Address
SHOES, Dispatch office. de3-80
WANTED-REL1ABLE LOCAL AND TRAV
ELING salesmen; positions permanent;
special Inducements now: fast-selling specialties;
don't delay; salary from start. BROWN BROS.,
Nurseryman, Rochester. N.Y. self-70-TTS
WANTED AGENTS "DODGE'S HORSE
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 25o. BTAYNER & CO., Providence, K. I.
WANTED 320 ABLE-BODIED MEN TO
call and buy our gold filled Elgin stem
winding watches at 813 60 each; other dealers
charge SIS 00 to CO 00 for same watch. M. J.
SMIT, 811 Smithfield St., third door from Fourth
ANTED AGENTS TOSELL TEA. BAKING
powder and pare spices; gifts with goods;
coke workers, miners or mlllmen can makemoney
in their spare time: special inducements to per
sons having established trade. YAM A an 1 UP
TEA CO., 83 Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa.
T7-ANTED-SALESMEN AT 7S PER MONTH
TV salary and expenses, to sell a line orsllver-
plated ware, watches, etc: by sample only: horse
and team furnished free; write at once for fall
Bsrtlculars and sample case of goods free. STAN
ARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass.
WANTED AGENPS FOB OUR ADJUST
ABLE, all metal, nickel or bronie door
plates; can sell and put together at once,: white
enamel letters for window signs and new style
door bells; S5 to sua day easily made selling to
businessmen only: free samples to reliable men.
Address NEW YOBK DOOR PLATE CO., 18 Ann
sy. New York. del-Ill
WANTED-THBEE GOOD-LOOKING LA
DIES for dramatic co., to play one night a
week. Address DRAMATIC, McKeesport, Pa.
WANTED-INTELLIGENT 'WOMAN CAPA
BLE of taking entire charge of household
work: also girl to assist In care of children and
light work. Address "HOME, " Dispatch office.
WANTED SEVERAL EXPERIENCED
salesladies for oar book and stationery de
partment, toy department and housefurnlsnlng
department. Apply in the morning, FLE1S11
MAN & CO., Pittsburg, Fa. de3-55
WANTED A SUPERIOR SALESLADY. AC
CUSTOMED to first-class trade. In whose
hands we can place our best custom: city refer
ences most desirable: salarv, til. H. A.
SCHROEDER, No. S Seventh ave. Call after 1C
only. ' de3-70
atolo and Female flelo.
WANTED-J WHITE WAITERS, MALE
cook, 2 farm hands, cooks, chambermaids
and honse girls, dishwasher, laundress, linen
room girl, housekeeper lor hotel, seamstress.
MEEHAN'S, 645 Grant St. no30-P
WANTED - SITUATION BY A YOUNG
printer of S years' experience on a weekly.
Address J. D. , Dispatch office. deJ-lJ
WANTED-A SITUATION AS FOREMAN IN
stalrbulldlng shop or general machine
hand. Address O. N. F., Dispatch office. de3-50
TTTANTED-A POSITION OF TRUST HY A
W youmr man 21 years or age: fair penman;!
good references. Address H. P. D. F Dispatch
WANTED-S1TUATION JANUARY 1 BY
bookkeeper cf one of the largest flint glass
factories in Ohio, who mast change present local
ity on account hay fever. Address T Dispatch
TTJANTED-PABTNEB IN A PROFITABLE
TV manufacturing specialty: 7,500 required;
good opening for right party. PRODUCER, Dis
patch office. deS-17
TXT--' TED-PARTNERSHIP IN GOOD PAY
VV ING business, manufacturing or other
wise, in which about 11,600 could be safely in
vested. Address PARTNER, Dispatch office.
WANTED TO INVEST UOOO. BY A YOUNG
man of excellence and thorough business
training in a mercantile or mfg. business: is a
hard worker and will devote entire time to busi
ness. Address for one week with particulars,
"MERCANTILE, ' Dispatch office. no28-61
ANTED-SMALL MOB1GAGE3-I. JVWIL-
SON, H9 Fonrtn ave. no2S-3
TTT ANTED MORTGAGES - LARGE AND
YV small. ED. WITTISH, 410 Grant street.
"VTrANTED-MORTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
YV In sums to suit at )f, s and 6 per cent.
ALLES i, BAILEY, 164 Fourth are. TeL 167.
TKTANXED MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
W EBTY. over S4.O00; 4K per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER CO.. 02 Fourth avenue.
"TTJANTED -s BENTS ., TO COLLECT AND
V V houses to rent in all parts of both cities and
suburbs: established 1SS3. W. A. HERRON &
SONS, 80 Fourth ayenne. del-75-rt
VY in large and small amounts at 4U.5and
per cent, free of State tax; no delay.
W 1 UC S IAS., l&L X guimnic.
WANTED-TO LOAN, MONEY ON MORT
GAGES on improved real estate In sums of
1500 and upward for J or 6 years at 4f, s and 6 per
cent. L.O.FEAZIEE, Forty-fifth and Butler sts.
"TXTANTED-TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
ftf tmni.nd nnward. oncltT&tirf inhnrhm
property, on 4)4 per cent, iree or tax; also smaller
amounts at 6 and S percent. BLACK & BA1RD,
5 Fourth avenue. seZl-US-D
TTJ-AKTED-MOKTG AGES-SI, 000, 000TO LOAN
YV on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
(percent, and on larxns In Allegheny and adja
cent counties at Sper cent. I. M. PENNOC1C A
BON, 105 Fourth avenue. ap7-Hl
ITTANTED TO nOAN 00,000 ON MOBT-
TV GAGES: sioo ana upwara at e per cent!
two, COO at 4K per tent on residences or business
property; also in summing
FRENCH, 125 Fourth avenue.
iso in adlolnlng counties. S. H.
WANTEDMOirrGAGES-100,000 TO LOAN
on mortgages, la sums from S5O0 to 110,000,
for S to 6 years on city property, at very low rates;
write for terms and give description of property.
J. E. GLASS, 133 Filth ave. Telephone No. 1764.
WANTED-TWO BEOOND-HAND, MOOT
nnrs. saddle tank locomotive, from 5 to
tons weight; alsois or 30 pott X Mk to relay. I I
WANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
. . doxen (13) of Stewart & Co. 's fine cabinet
photos foril, at 80 and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
a lire size crayon portrait, beautifully framed, and
one dozen cab. photos, all for 8; all fine work.
FOB SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE
FOB SALX-A S-STOKY DWELLING HOUSE
a-Svi.y rooms, opposite Second ave. park.
HENRY A. WEAVER 4 CO., K Fourth aveT
FOB BALE-ON FIFTH AVE., FOB 12,500, ON
monthly payments if desired, a neat brick
hojie ore rooms: location good; call or send for
Ust. W. A. HERRON JtSONS, 80 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-AT J3.000: MODERATE TEBMS
. a good brick house: S rooms; No. 138 Colwell
t., one square from Fifth ave.: lot 20x90 ft. to
Our alley. See W.A. HERBON &SONS, 80 Fourth
TJIOB SALE-MT. WASHINGTON, ULYSSES
A; street, a comfortable 2-story frame dwelling
honse or 8 rooms; hall, cemented cellar, coal and
irood house, frame stable, good well and large cls
Sat lot. 116x114 ft. ; price. 85,600: terms easy. I.
M.PENNOOK&sdN. 105 Fourth ave. deS-44-rrs
FOR SALE LAWBENCEVILLE-LOOK AT
this and give us a bid: must sell or withdraw
from the market; two good houses, paved yards;
lots extending from street to alley: good renting
property: never Idle; paying 10 per cent net; ask
$3,500. CHARLES SOMEltS & CO., 313 Wood st.
FOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN FOR A FEW
days onlv Prime Sixth ward property; sub
stantial, attractive and complete: press brick
front: 2-story attic; 7 rooms, hall, range, water,
gas both floors; large yard: side entrance; im
proving neighborhood: low at 14,600. CHARLES
BOMERS & CO., 313 Wood st. de3-88
Enst End Residences.
FOR SALE-OAKLAND RESUJENCES.
. CHARLES SOMEBS & CO., S13 Wood St.
Telephone 1773. deS-88
FOB SALE-TWO NEW DWELLING HOUSES
or 0 rooms, finished attlo, bath, w. c, range,
slate mantels, front and back porches, inside
shutters; lots 30x100 each; near Shadyslde station:
terms easy; immediate possession. GEORGE
SCHMIDT, 157 Fourth ave. no27-79
FOR SALE-LD3ERTY AVE. AND THIRTY
NINTH St., new modern frame dwelling, 5
rooms, finished attic, hall, vestibule, inside shut
ters, side entrance, large cellar, etc.; grained and
well finished; lot 20x100 feet: good location and
convenient to cable line; price 32.800; terms easy.
L. O. FRAZIEB, Forty-fifth and Butler sts.
FOB 8ALE-H0O0 IVltli BUY A NEW. SUB
STANTIAL modern frame dwelling, well ar
ranged and convenient to steam and cable cars;
located In the finest part or the East End; it con
tains 6 large rooms, and all modern conveniences,
complete sewerage, etc. ; fine lot 21x133 feet to
alley: terms very easy. L. O. FBAZIER, Forty
fifth ana Butler sts. no30-8-TTSu
FOB SALE-OAKLAND, FOUBTEENTH
ward; but few of the many people in this
Seat city have any conception of the magnitude,
intense improvement, rapid growth and en
hancement of the now most aesirable residence
district within our city limits; within 30 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 aspbaltuin and sew
eredfreeof cost to the purchaser of oneofthe
beautiful dwellings facing the square, a brief de
scription of which Is here given: Built of brick,
by day work, two sizes, 8 and 9 rooms, halls, bath.
Inside shutters and w. c 's, handsome slate man
tels, tile hearths, 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 S50O per annum: 17 of these dwellings have
been sold to representative business men; the
time consumed in running from the postofflce to
the square is but 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. no2S-64
FOR 8 ALE-ALLEGHENY PARK PROPER
TIES. CHARLES SOMEBS Jfc CO., 313 Wood
St. Telephone 1773. de3-88
FOB SALE HILAND AVENUE PROPER
TIES. CHARLES SOMEBS A CO., 313 Wood
st. Telephone 1773. deJ-88
FOE SALE-ON JACKSON ST.. ALLEGHENY,
cheap, a very desirable property: lot 80x170
ft. : room to build in front, with a large 4-story
building suitable for manufacturing on the alley
in rear. W.A. HERRON &SONB.10 Fourth aye.
FOR BALE-2-BTORY BRICK RESIDENCE,
8 rooms, bathroom, etc. ; all conveniences:
desirable neighborhood; close to parks, Alle
gheny; we offer this barsraln for 83,100; on easy
terms. W. W. MCNEILL & BRO., 105 Fourth ave.
FOB 8ALE-ALLEGHENY-A GOOD PAY
ING Investment on Lacock st., a 2-story
brick store and 7 dwelling rooms, finished attic,
cellar; also. 2-story brick house of 4 rooms, cellar,
water and both kinds gas in each: lot 45x64 feet.
I. M. PENNOCK & SUN, 106 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE S3.5U0-DK8IBABLE AND CON
VENIENT location on Cbartlers st., Alle
gheny, brick honse, hall. 7 rooms. In prime and
attractive order: good lot, side and rear alley; a
good property for the money: buyer shonld real
ise aprofit when he desires to sell. CHARLES
SOMEBS & CO., 313 Wood St. de3i83
FOR SALE AT "WILK1NBBUBG, CONVE
ND2NT to station, 2 neat 6-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 & COULTER, 93 Fourth ave., who
will take you ont and show you the property.
FOR BALE-HOUSE AND LOT, ETNA BOB
OUGH, at Orphans' Court sale: the property
of Lewis King, deceased, on the Butler turnpike,
near Etna postofflce, will be sold at anctlon on
Thursday, December 6, at 2 o'clocc: lot 30x100:
frame house and store: terms, fourth cash and
three years. A. LXGGATE& SON, Auctioneers.
FOR SALE LOTS).
"COR SALE 30 LOTS IN BYRNE'S' PLAN,
A. Eighteenth ward:price, fan to II, ooo:good, cheap
and on very easy payments. I. il. PKNNOCK
bON, 105 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-t2.200-40HOO FEET; TWO GOOD
city lots, nice street, either as an Investmentor
location for building: this is worth attention.
CHARLES SOMEBS CO., 313 Wood St.
East End Lots.
FOR SALE THE CHEAPEST LOTS IN THE
market to-day are to be found in the Villa
Park plan, Brushton station; no city taxes and
conveniently located: seenre plan (book form),
from JOHN F.BAXIER, Agent, 612 Smithfield
FOR SALE BAUM GROVE LOTS THl5
choicest testrlcted property for private dwell
ings In the East End: for convenience of access
and prospective advancement in value nothing
else on the market approaches it. Full informa
tion from MELLON BROS., East Knd.or JNO.F.
BAXTER, Agt., 512 Smithfield street.
FOB SALE-ON ESPLANADE ST., ONE OF
the most desirable residence locations in
Allegheny: a neat brick house of 8 rooms. In first
class order, bee Y. A. HEBRON A SONS, 80
Fourth aye. del-72-Tu?
FOB SALE-LOT 80xl25- MILES FROM CITY;
good railroad accommodations, natural gas,
etc. : price, (800; easy terms to right party. Ad
dress Z., Dispatch office. de3-62
FOB SALE SPECIAL INDUCEMENT IN
price and terms to early purchasers of those
very deslrablebullding lots at Asplnwall. the most
beautiful location on the West P. H. R.: call or
sepd for plns free. W. A. HEREON ft SONS.,
No. 80 Fourth ave. de3-24-Tur
TTIOR SALE-22 ACRES LAND-CHOICE SPOT
jj ior investment: Kmueiroi
mile from railroad; l mile
from city limits; price (8,000.
410 Grant st.
POR SALE BUSINESS.
FOB SALE AN INTEREST IN A RETAIL
grocerr store to a roan capable of running the
badness. Address G. B. O., Dispatch office.
FOR 8ALE-VALUABLE PATENT IMPROVE
MENT on elevators: now in operation at Star
Finishing Works, 2335 Hamilton St., Philadel
phia. Pa. : preserves life and limb. For toll par
ticulars apply to ROBT. J. WALKER, Inventor.
FOB SALE-GROCERY STOBE WELL LO
CATED; must be sold at once, owner going
Into other business; also other good business
chances. Full particulars from PERCIVAL A
CHAPMAN, 67 Fifth ave.. Second floor. AU kinds
of business bonght and sold on commission.
FOB SALE-AN OLD ESTABLISHED AND
successful light, clean mercantile business:
no opposition, and first-class location; established
27 years: doing a business of tin, 000 per annum;
owner must sell on account ot Infirmities; this is a
first-class opening which we can highly recom
mend: will require about 12,000 cash. See L. O.
FKAZIER, Forty-fifth and Butler sts. noaw-TTSU
"C"0R SALEGROCERY STORES IN BOTH
JD cities, from S350to 110,000; cigar stores S250,
350. 500. 11,800; shooting gallery paying 75 per
week clear of expenses: fine city and country
drugstores; general country stores: good paying
slate roofing business in live town; boarding
houses, milk routes, confectioneries, bakeries and
many other good business chances. SHEPABD A
CO., 64 Firth ave. . no33
FOR SALE-HALF INTEREST IN FlRST
CLASS grocery store in healthy, prosperous
and rapidly growing Southern city of 60,000 neo
ple: was established 1874 and pays ne profit of
over (7, 000) seren thousand per year; said busi
ness is iree rrom aeot ana win oniy oe soia 10
man of good character, capable of running and
wuung to devote his whole time to tne ousir
relieTlhs- nnunt owner of all details: orlce
lO.0OTt no attention -paid to those not Bwaulog
ba4ue. Address, with refsTsaee, D., Box No.
HaVaBtlsh 3- " liBfl TM 1 llMIIMI
FOB SALE-GOOD PAYING SALOON IN
past End, O.. i miles from East Liverpool:
population 1,000; only saloon in townr owner in
other business in this city andwill sell cheap for
cash. Address V. A. B., Dispatch office, del-28
F05T5A.LE-QEANT ST. BUBINE88 PBOP-EETY-4
story building, size 24x100; 12 rooms
nd storeroom; special bargain. ALLES A
BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167. de3-40-TTS
, machinery and Metals.
FOB SALE-ENGINES AND BOTXEBS-NEW
and refitted: repairing promptly attended to.
POSTER FOU NDRY ANDM ACHINE CO.. LIM..
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29 .
FOB SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
hollers; all sizes and styles Is stock, from 4 to
100 h. p. ;all refltted;gpod as new, at lowest prices;
portable engines, 8" to 25 h. p.; boilers all sizes
and styles. J.S.YOUNG.23Park way.AUeghiny.
FOR SALE NOW ONE SECOND-HAND
tenoning machine, 2 surface planers and 1
shsper,and new and second-hand engines, boilers,
lard kettles, tar tanks. Blcmen valves, eastings,
etc VELTE ft MCDONALD, Thirty-second St.
and Penp ave. Jy21-91-TTS
FOB SALE-TINNERS' TOOLS -SECOND
hand;nearlynew; cheap If sold at once. E.
B. WEBB, 716 Fifth avenue. de3-39
FOB SALE-THE LARGEST SELECTION OF
genuine diamonds in the citv at SMUT'S. 311
Smithfield St., third door from Fourth ave. All
goods marked in plain figures. del-97-rrgq
PERSONAL THE PARTY THAT THOK AN
ovAi-Huit. with a book, will nlease leave it at
HOLT BBO'S GBOCEBY, on Hlfand ave.. as the .1
party was seen taxing it, ana mere will oe no
questions asked. de3-S9
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 boots west ot the Allegheny Moun
tains? LEVI'S BOOKSTORE, 900 Liberty St.
PEBSONAL-WE LEAD. AND NO ONE CAN
(follow, or afford to sell as low as we do; Jnst
think of it, we are selling solid gold stem-winding
watches, for ladles, at 9 60 and up; gold filled
Elgin watches, S13 60; gold rings from 25c up, at
M. J. SMIT'S, 311 Smithfield St., third door from
PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURNED; recently they had not been on the
best of terms owing to a little family lar occa
sioned by tho 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, theTallor, 6J
Fifth avo, corner Wood St., second floor, and
now everything is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns In their household. Telephone 1658.
LOST-ON MONDAY, NEAR ROSENBAUM'S
store, a pocketbook containing about (16 and
some other small articles. A suitable reward will
be paid to finder If left with CASHIER, Rosen
baum's Store. de3-73
T OST-8ITO K WILL BUY YOU AN ELEGANT
I i pair of Rhine or Voltaic stone eardrops,
mounted In solid gold: scarf pins from 75c to 8175,
and all other goods in proportion. M. J. SMIT,
311 Smithfield St.. third door from Fourth ave.
LOST-BANK BOOK CONTAINING N. 1.
draft ror 1100; loston Chestnut street between
Ohio and Main St., Allegheny. The finder will
please return the same to FRANK SISTECK, 24
Chestnut St., Allegheny: payment has been
stopped on draft; reward will be paid at above ad
OUND-THAT YOU CAN BUY SOLID
gold baby rings for S5c at M. J. SMIT'B, 311
Bmlthfleld St.. third door from Fourth ave.
rnHE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF
I the stockholders of the Pittsburg and
Fatrport Terminal Company will be held at the
office of the company, B. O. R. R. station,
corner Smithfield and water streets, Pittsbnrg,
Pa., MONDAY. December 9, 1889. at 2 p. M.
no24-24 C. B. WIGHT, Secy.
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF
the stockholders of the Pittsburg and Al
legheny Broveyard Oomnany vail be held at
the office of the company, B.AO. E.E. station,
corner Smithfield and Water streets, Pittsburg,
Pa., MONDAY, December 9, 1889. at 3 P. K.
no24-24 O. S. WIGHT. Secy.
Monongahela Insurance Co., )
98 Fourth avenne,
November 20. 1889.
ELECTION-THE ANNUAL MEETING
and election ot "fifteen directors to serve
tor the ensning year will be held at the office
or the company on TUESDAY, December 3,
18S9, between the hortrs of 11 A. M. and 1 P. M.
no21-70-p JOHN H. CLANEY. Secretary.
EALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED by the Board of Inspectors, of
the Western Penitentiary of Pennsylvania, nn
to 6 P. M. FRIDAY, December 6, 1889, for brick
arching, concrete and galvanized iron work in
south wing. Details furnished at prison. ED
WARD S. WRIGHT, Warden. del-13
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-SEALED
proposals, addressed to the undersigned.
Indorsed "Proposals for Grading." will be re
ceived until MONDAY NOON, December 9,
for grading six miles of .the P., Y. & A. R. R.,
from Wampum Junction, Pa., to Lawrence
Good bonds will be required. Bondsmen must
be named and bids made on blanks, which may
be obtained at my office, where profiles and
specifications may be seen.
The right is reserved to reject any or all bids.
Of Executive Committee. P., Y. & A. R. R. Co.
PrrTSBTJBG, Pa,, November 29, 1689.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THIS
report of Viewers on the damages caused
by the grading of Urbana alley, from 128 fees
sontb of south enrb line of Davison street to
present pavement, has been approved by Coun
cils, which action will he final, unless an appeal
is filed in the Court of Common Pleas within
ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Dep't of Public Works.
PiTTSBUHG Pa., Nov. SO, 1889. noSO-11-D
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
report of Viewers on the grading and
paving of Urbana alley, from a point 128 feet
sopth of the south curb line of Davison street
to the present pavement, has been approved by
Councils, which action will be final, unless an
appeal is filed in the Court of Common Pleas
withm ten (10) days from date. 4
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PrrrsBtmo, Pa., November 30, 18S.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
AS report of Viewers on the construction of
a sewer on Fox street, from Sonth Twentv
fonrth street to Sonth Twenty-third street, has
been approved by Councils, which action will
be final, unless an appeal is filed in the Court
of Common Pleas nithin ten (10) days from
date. E.M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Dep't. of Public Works.
PrrrsBTjita, Pa., November 30, 18S9.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GrVEN THAT
the reports of Viewers on the opening of
Bennett street, from Frankstown avenne to
tbe city line, and Kelly street, from Fifth
avenne to tbe city line, have been approved by
Councils, which action will be final, unless an
appeal is filed in tbe Conrt of Common Pleas
within ten (10) days from date.
Chief of Dep't of pnblio Works.
PTttsbtog, Pa., November 80, 1889.
Office of the city Treasurer. 1
Pittsburg, December 2, 18S9. f
NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the duplicates for the second as
sessments of water rents (for new buildings
completed since April 1, 1890,) have been placed
in my hands for collection, and payable at this
office during the month of December.
All water rents remaining unpaid January 1,
1890, will be placed in the hands of W. R.
Ford, Collector of Delinquent Taxes, with S
per cent added, for collection.
de3-S8-T City Treasurer.
Piney Woods Hotel.
Season opgna December 4. 1889.
M. A BOWER, Proprietor.
For circulars, rates, etc., address
WM. E. DA VIES, Manager, Thomasville, Ga.
or F. A. BUDLONG. Windsor Hotel, N.Y.City.
SI AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE,
. Pittsburg; Pa. ap30-7-D
"I A. BALPH,
41 ueventn avenue.
A RE YOU MARRTKDt IF NOT, SEND
JX your address to THE AMERICAN COR
RB8POVDING CLUB: Sax ML darksbnre.
mO LET--BOOMED DWELLING NO. X
X Ferry st. Inquire D. OPPENREIMEK, T1J
Liberty st. del-tl
TO LET-A FINE NEW 8 BOOM PBESSED
brick bouse, with all modern conveniences;
laundry, bath, front porch, etc. treat only B5 per
month. NO. 29 JUNIATA ST., Allegheny, Pa.
TO LET-3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS, BUITA
BLK for light housekeeping, 4th floor; rent
reasonable; no children. 1313 PENN AVE. de3-45
Offices. Deslc Boom. 3tc
TO LET-DESK BOOM-OK FURNISHED
office; best location In city: terms moderate;
call 64 Fifth ave,, room 35. J. S. PABB1SH.
10 LET-S300 PER YEAR-A LARGE, WELL
LIGHTED office with all modern conven
iences: newlr nalnted and nanered: has two larsre
closets for storage room. Inquire at GEBMANIA
SAVINGS BANK, 423 Wood St. nol3-3'.-n
TO LET-T WO-STOBY BKICK STABLE BEAB
of No. 435 Penn ave. Apply to BENBO W
CO., No. 131 Fifth ave., or 2101 CARSON ST., 8. S.
TO LET-YOU CALL AT ONCE AND EXAM
INE our line of diamonds, watches. Jewelry,
silverware, etc M. J. SMIT, 311 Smithfield St.,
third door from Fourth ave. del-97-TTBu
BRUCE & SHIELDS. Attorneys,
Fifth ave. and Grant st.
Of the valuable dairy and farm stock, over 100
cows, 13 heifers, bulls, calves, 81 horses; also
wagons, implements, dairy utensils, eta. etc.,
of the estate of the late Alfred Harrison, de
ceased, all to be sold without reserve, by order
of tbe Safe Deposit Company of Pittsburg,
administrator, on the premises on
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,
December 3 and 4, A. D. 1889, commencing each
day at 10 o'clock.
Call or send for handbill giving more full
N. B. The first day's sale will take place on
the premises, at the old homestead, on Ells
worth ave., comer Barton st,, near Shadyslde
station, with about 18 horses, harness, stone
wagons, implements, etc, and then proceed to
the other premises, near Fifth ave., Oakland,
where the sale will be continued from day to
day nntil everything has been disposed of.
Peremptorysale. Terms cash.
JA& W. DRAPE & CO., Auctioneers.
noS0-78-D 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg.
THE LAST WEEK,
COMMENCING, MONDAY, DECEMBER 2,
OVER $150,000 WORTH
FINE FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY
GOODS, CARPETS, RUGS, Era,
BY AUCTION I
723 AND 725 LIBERTY ST.,
Sales, Morning, Afternoon and Evening,
N. B. Special accommodations provided for
AT AUCTION DESKS, B00KCA8ES,
wardrobes, carpets, all kinds furniture,
sealskin sacque, etc, at auction, TUESDAY
MORNING, December3, at 10 o'clock, at the
rooms No. 311 Market st. Walnut bookcases,
oak bookcases, full line of office desks, ladies'
secretaries, fine wardrobes, hail racks, large
lot of center, library and office tables, consign
ment of assorted chairs and rockers, iron safe,
stoves, shades, linoleum, brnssels and ingrain
carpets, handsome parlor furniture, folding
beds, chamber suits, chiffoniers, bedsteads,
bureaus, wash stands, springs, bedding, mat
tresses, ladies' wraps, fine sealskin sacque,
decorated dinner, toilet and tea sets, side
hoards, extension tables, lanndryfarnishments.
kitchen goods, etc HENRY AUCTION CO..
LIM.. Auctioneers. del-83
NYE AND RILEY,
In a New En tertalnment at
NEXT THURSDAY EVENING.
AUBPICES PRESS CLUR
4S-Tickets at Klebers'. de3-65
"I RAND OPERA HOUSE TO-NIGHT.
It Wednesday and Saturday Matinees.
BLUE BEARD. JR.
Tbe GreatesOSpectacular Operatlo Ex
travaganza. Next week Nat. C. Goodwin. de3
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
HALLEN AND HART,
IN LATER ON.
Decembers Clara Morris In Repertoire.
Every Afternoon and Evening.
A New and Beautiful Drama.
Week Dec. 9 MyPartner.
ARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
To-night, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday
SHEFFER & BLAKELY'S
del-30-D REFINED NOVELTY CO.
WORLD'8 MC8EUM ALLEGHENY
CITY Week commencing December 2.
Captain Chittenden's exhibit of rare relics. A
hundred other new objects. Hume's Very
Funny Farce Comedy GINGER SNAPS in
Theater. Dec 9-BABEL.CO WBOY PIANIST.
SPIRITUALISM-MR. EDGAR W. EMER
SON, the celebrated Test Medium, will
give a Test Seance this evening, 8 o'clock, at
tbe First Church of Spiritualists, No. 8 Sixth
street, uome all ana near mm. Admission
25 cents. de3-67
NEAR SCHESLEY PARK.
SO acres land, having a frontage of oyer 2,800
feet on a good street.
21 acres land, street frontage 1,400 feet.
6 acres, fronting on two streets.
4 acres and 2-story frame dwelling of 5 rooms.
15 acres land near the Squirrel Hill Electric
road and Forbes street.
IRA M. BURCHFTELD,
168 Fourth ave. de3-64-TT3
QNE WAY EXCURSIONS PULLMAN
tourist sleeping cars from Chicago to San
i-inclsco and the Pacific coast. For the ex
clusive accommodation of purchasers of second
class ticket?, the Chicago, Rock bland and
Pacific Railway are now running excursions in
Pullman tourist sleeping cars (personally con
ducted), every second Thursday, from Chicago
to Oregon and California via Denver.
Every comfort and convenience assured at a
great redaction from regular first-class rates.
Address for full particulars
E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
Gen. Manager, Gen. Ticket and
Chicago. Passenger Agent.
8E5.TH AVENUE DYE WORKS,
M. MAY 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 color. Curtains
of every description carefully attended to.
M. MAY SONS & Co.
lell-TTS 68 SIXTH AVE Pittsburg, Pa.
TTOLIDAY GOODS-BOYS WATCHES,
11 sj and up: misses' solid silver watches,
IqoO and up; fine gold watches, diamonds,
jewelry, silverware, clocks, spectacles, etc, at
WILSON'S, 61 Fourth ave Pittsburg.
Watcbes and jewelry carefully repaired.
Walter j. osboubite. kiobabo BAssoira.
-VTOTICE APPLICATION WILL 'BE ' Hi
A.V maae lu mo ixmitut i.iuuuuia
next meeting, third Tuesday of December,
18S9. for the pardon of C. C. Burgard, convicted
at No. 2, June term O. and T, 1887 of murder ja
in the second degree w. si. jjuyxiii.
no23-30-Ta Attorney for Petitioner.
Law office of W. A LEWIS, 98 Diamond St.
ESJVATE OP MICHAL WEHRMAN,
deceased. Notice is hereby given that let
ters of administration on the estate of Michael
Wehrman have been granted to the under
signed, to whom all persons indebted to said es
tate are requested to make immediate payment
andthoe having claims against the same should
make them known without delay. JAMES F.
GRIME3, Administrator. nofr39-Ta
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN" THATLET
TERS testamentary on the estate of John
Koenig, late of Allegheny City, deceased, have
been granted to the undersigned. All persona
having claims or demands against the estate oC
the said decedent are requested to maks
known the same to her without delay, and all
persons indebted to said estate will make lm
znediate payment to her.
MRS. ELIZA KOENIG,
nol2-ou-Tn 45 Boyle st, Allegheny. !
-VTOTICE APPLICATION WILL BE
JLN made to the Conrt of Common Pleas No.
L of Allegheny county, at No. 641 December
Term. 1889, for leave to amend the charter of
the Pittsburg Natatorlum. The petition for
the amendment is now on file in the Prothono
tary's office at the above number and term,
where tbe same may be seen nntil the 30th day
of November. 1SS9, when the same will be pre
sented to Conrt at 10 o'clock a. m.
no5-27-Tn A. M. NEEPER, Bolldtor.
ESTATE OF SAMUEL MOORE. Deceased.
ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE NOTICE
la here by Riven that letters testamentary
on the estate of Samuel Moore, deceased, lata
of Chartiers township, have been granted to
the undersigned, to whom all persons Indebted
to said estate are requested tomako immediate
payment, and those having claims or demands
against tbe same will make thera known with
out delay. WM. M. CRAMP, MARY E.
MOORE. Executors. oc29-42-Tn
ESTATE OF LET1TIA W. GAZZAM, Do-
is hereby given that letters of administra
tion on the estate of Letitia W. Gazzam. de
ceased, late of the city ot Allegheny, hare been
granted to the undersigned, to whom all per
sons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment, and those having
elaims or demands against tbe same will maks
them known without delay. FIDELITY
TITLE & TRUST CO Administrator. DAVLD
Q. EWING, Attorney. oc29-4I-TU
ESTATE OF FRANK L. ROWLAND, De-
ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE NOTICE'
is hereby given that letters of administra
tion on the estate of Frank L. Rowland, de
ceased, late of Mystic River Conn., hava
been granted to the undersigned, to whom all
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment, and those having;
claims or demands against the same will maka
tbem known without delay. FIDELITY
TITLE fe TRUST CO, Administrator. DAVID
Q. EWING, Attorney. oc29-40Tu
TESTATE OF ANDREW JACKMAN, DE
tji CEASED. Notice is hereby given that
letters testamentary nnder the last will and
testament of Andrew Jackman, late of the city
of Pittsburg, in Allegheny county. Pa., de
ceased, have been issued to me by the Register
of said county. AU persons owing the estate
will please make payment thereof, and aU per
sons having claims against the estate will pre
sent tbem properly probated for payment.
EDWARD F. JACKMAN, Executor. 636 Penn
ave.. Pittsburg, Pa. noZS-43-Ta
EXECUTOR'S AUCTION SALE OF PER
SONAL property belonging to the estate
01 Wm. M. Lyon, dee'd,, WEDNESDAY
MORNING, Dec 4. at 10 o'clock, at the Henry
Auction Co.. No. 311 Market st, city, furniture,
microscope, lot Jewelry, mirrors, etc, etc to
be sold to close up tbe estate, by order of tha
Safe Deposit Co.. of Pittsburg, executor. Also,
at same time and place, of the estate of Char
lotte Blume, deeeased, watcbes and other arti
cles, by order of the administrator, tbe Safa
Deposit Co.. Pitta. For further narticnlars in
quire of HENRY AUCTION CO.. LIM No.
311 Market st. nol3-67-19,2j.2S,de2.3.4
S. A. & M. JOHNSTON,
Attorneys at Law, S3 Diamond street.
FTHE COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS
of Allegheny county, Pennsylvania In rs
application of transfer of license No. 118 of -Fabian
Boehm (late of No. 823 Penn avenne,
Fourth ward, Pittsburg), deceased, by Mary
Boehm, executrix ot his estate, to Anna Mary
Boebnu Notice is hereby given that on tha
14th day of December, 1SS9. at 10 oclock a. Jt
the application for tha transfer of license No.
118 of Fabian Boehm, deceased, for house No.
823 Penn avenue. Pittsburg, to Anna Mary
Boehm, will be heard by said conrt, at which
time persons opposing the transfer, as well as
the person above named, will appeir.
D. K. MCGUNNIGLE,.
de3-49 Clerk of Conrts
J. A. EMERY. Attnrnfiy No. 131 Fifth ayenna.
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ANT h
JLi application will be made to the Governor
of tbe State of Pennsylvania on DECrlMBEB
17. 1889, by James L. Somen, Charles Somers,,
William L Miller, Bobert H. Marks, W. Harry
Williams and George W. MoKenzie, nnder tho
act of tbe General Assembly of Pennsylvania,
entitled, "An act to provide for the incorpora
tion and reo-nlatlnn nf PArtaln cornnratinnsi
approved April 29, 1874, and the several supple- Jj
menu wereto, ior tne cnarter 01 an mtenaea
incorporation to be called tbe "Pittsburg In
dicator Advertising Company." the character
and object whereof is the manufacturing of
articles of commerce from metal and wood and
for these purposes to have, possess and enjoy
all tbe rights, benefits and privileges of tha
said act of Assembly and its supplements. J.
A EMERY, Solicitor.
PrrrsBtrBO. November IS. 1889. nol9-59-xu
J. A. EMERY. Attorney. No. 131 Fifth Avenne.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
X application will be made to the Governor
of the State of Pennsylvania, on DECEMBER
17, AD. 1889, by William L MiUer, Charles
Somers, James L. Somers, W. Harry
Williams. Robert H. Marks and Georgo
W. McKeuzie, under the act of tha
General Assembly of the Commonwealth ol
Pennsylvania, entitled "An act to provide for
the incorporation and regulation of certain,
corporations" approved April 29, 1874, and tba
soveral supplements thereto, for the charter
of an intended incorporation to be called tha
"American Manufacturing Company," tha
character and object whereof is the mannfao
turiiig of articles of commerce from metal and
wood, and for these purposes to have, possess
and enjoy all the rights, benefits and privileges
of the said act of Assembly and Its supple-'
ments. J, A EMERY, Solicitor.
PrrrsBiTBO, November 16,1889. nol9-58-Tn
L. B. D. REESE. Attorney,
129 Fifth avenne.
FTHE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States, Western District of Penn
sylvania In the matter of Carrier & Baum,
bankrupts. No. 2,228, in bankruptcy. To cred
itors and ail persons interested: Yon are here
by notified thai on tha 2d day of December,
1889, a petition was presented to the court m
the above entitled cause, by the assignee of
said bankrupts, praying for leave to settle and
compound the claims of said estate against
Henry Metzger, whereupon the Conrt ordered
said petition to be filed, and further ordered
that the matter of said petition be heard at a
court to bn holden at Pittsburg, on the 14th day
of December, 1889, at 10 o'clock A- scwhen and
w1i.rA all rreriftnr. and nartlpa fnfrf Arl an
reaulred to aonear and show cause, if any they "3
have, why an order should not be made by tha
Court, authorizing and directing tbe assignee
to settle and compound said claims upon tha
terms and condition set forth in said petition,
LEVI BIRD DUFF, Assignee of Carrier
Baum. . de3-423,7.U
I B. D. REES15, Attorney,
No. 129 Fifth avenue.
FTHE DISTRICT COURT" OF THS! c
United States. Western District of Peno-7 4
sylvania In the matter of William Dilworth,' A
j r., oanKrupt, jn o. not in Danicrupicy. a a ma.
creditors and all persons interested: You are.
hereby notified that on December 2, 1889. a -petition
was presented to tbe court In the above
entitled cause, by tbe assignee of said bank
rupt, praying for leave to settle and compound
the claim of said estate againstHtnryMetzger,'
wherennan the Conrt ordered said oetition to
bo filed, and further ordered that the matter of 1
said petition Do heard at a court to ne coiaea.
at Pittsburg, on the 11th day of December.
xootf, as IV (TC10CK JL. su, wuco .uu.uqt.w,
creditors and nartics interested are reauired to
appearand show cause, if any they hava, why ,'j
an oruer auoaiixuot do. mauo ur uio iwui. au
thorizing and directing the assignee to settle"
ana compouua saia ciaim upvu. mo betiua &uu.
conditions set lorin in said peiiuun. uiuuuui. ,
SCOTT, Assignee 01 William iniworu, jr.
L. B. D. REESE. Attorney,
129 Fifth avenue.
TS THK TJISTOIOT COURT OF THBl
I TTnl,.il I3,-..a- U'.t,am T)t.f,t nf P,nJ
sylvania In tbe matter of Bates & Goldsbor-j
oagn, nanjerupts, no. lotxi in uanarupicy. sor
the creditors and all nersons interested: Yon
are hereby notified that on the 2d day of De-t
cember, 1SS3, a petition was presented to tnag
conrt In the abovs entitled cause, by the as-i
signee of said bankrupts, praying for leave to
settle and compound the claim of said estate,,
against Henry Metzger, whereupon the Court, -ordered
said petition to be filed, and further or-1
aerea tnat tne matter or saia pennon oe neara
at a conrt to bo holden at Pittsburg on the 14th
day of December, 18S9. at 10 o'clock A. it,,
wben and where all creditors and parties inter-J
ested are required to appear and show cause. If fc
any they hare, why an order should not bok
made by the Court authorizing and directing?
the assignee to settle and compound said claim
noon the terms and condition set rortmn sau
ftssttmeo tf Bates 4 Goldeborooh, ,
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