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EUCouncil Torn Up Over an Effort to
lllake a Member Obey a Local law.
COBAOPOLIS COMES TO THE FRONT.
Eome Citizens Think They Bow Pay Too
Jlnch for Their Whistle.
BOAED WALK8,FENCES AKD IHE DRAINS.
Coraopolis isn't over the measles yet. At
the meeting of ito'Council night before last
there was (according to the statement of a
resident of the village, -who is too modest to
be quoted, but perfectly reliable, neverthe
lebs) a tizne'that verged on the monkey and
parrot order. It teems that it was started
by Councilman J. K. Jolly, who insisted
that a brother Councilman be made make a
a boardwalk and take down a barb wire
fence that fronted on the highway in con
travention of an ordinance "made and pro
vided" to govern municipal fencing. There
were do blows struck, but there was warm
talk much of It and there wasn't much
that was suave about it
The row has stirred up all the bad blood
in the borough, set people to talk about the
inequalities in assessments, and various
other matters whose ruffled plnmage was
beginning to lie down. A gentleman
named Wilson, who is a civil engineer, has
been taking notes of the street engineering
by which water is occasionally made to run
uphill; and it is said he has come to the con
clusion that a Street Commissioner would
lose none of his dignity were he to nse tools
himself; that the bossing of one small man
and a boy isn't exercise sufficient to keep a
man warm in this inclement season or the
PLENTY OP GRIEVANCES.
The comnlaint mill having begun to
crind, there is no telling when it will stop.
.Another grievance is that a ditch, said to
be 15 feet in depth in some places, dug to
drain Phil Haas' turtle ponds, a very meri
torious aim, by the way, is being left with
banks unprotected, and that if allowed to
remain so until spring, some of the McFad--den
property will soon be in the Gulf of
Mexico,' and the borough will be called on
to pay lor it and no one will be benefited,
unless it be the inhabitants of a future con
tinent to be built in the Golf a contingency
,to- remote to interest the present taxpayers
of Coraopolis, and the deposit may possibly
be injurious to the Eaas jetties and the com
merce ol the Crescent City, and reflexively
to that of the entire nation.
It is cold comfort for a Coraopoltan tax
payer to tell him that Pope said all partial
evil is universal good, for he fears that uni
versal good may not declare a dividend
during the life of the present generation;
that when it is declared Coraopolis' share
may be so small as to be inappreciable, but
all thines come to those who wait, and the
time will come when that borough can wipe
its weeping eyes, smile at Satan's rage and
face a frowning world with equanimity and
the approval of a good conscience.
A LESSON FROM THE BIBLE.
They can also, in the language of St
Paul, lay the flattering unction to their
souls that "though our outward man
perish, yet the inward man is renewed day
by day. Por our light affliction which is
but lor a moment, worketh for us a far
more exceeding and eternal weight of
glory;" while the wars and contentions
among them may arise, yet they are evi
dences of life, and a desire to pnt off the old
man put on the new, which is an indica
tion ' of progress, and an evidence
.also that the town is not done
growing; If this contentious spirit
be fostered Sewickiev, across the river from
Coraopolis, must look to her laurels, for she
is notoriously opposed to modern progress,
and take a "conniption" fit every time any
one 'proposes to establish a factory in her
midst, and is now in convulsions lest pe-
brujeuuj ue ujmxjvctcu wimxu iier Doraers,
which dire discovery-would be sure to invite
an influx of greasy mechanics.
CiTI HALL BOTES.
A Half Dozen Paragraph From Officers In
tfae People's Building.
The Board ot Viewers yesterday held a meet
ing on the Fifty-first street sewer.
The fire department will receive their sal
aries at 2 o'clock this afternoon, the water de
partment to-morrow, atreets on Friday, and the
police on Saturday.
Captats William Scott, chief clerk In
the Police Bureau, and Captain Sick Brophy,
of the Second police district, yesterday after
noon conveyed to the widow of the late James
Ford,-whose position Captain Scott now holds,
the balance of the police fund of $540, volun
tarily contributed by the Pittsburg police to the
BtrrLDiKa Inspector Hoffman yesterday
afternoon made a thoroneh examination of the
Kan f man n building on the corner of Fifth ave
nue and Smithfield street to determine
whether the cracks that opened along the
Fifth avenue side of the old building were
dangerous or not. He found that In excavat
ing for the foundations of the addition on
Fifth avenue the old foundation wall sank
about a half-inch, causing the upper part of
the old building to sway over against the new
one and causing the cracks to appear on the
walls of the upper stories. The inspector is of
the opinion that the wall has moved as far as
possiDie now, ana wiin tne use of a brace
which he advised, the building will be stronger
and safer than ever.
The Committee on Public Works met yes
fcttJay afternoon, and gave an affirmative
recommendation to the following ordinances:
Grading and paving Eden alley from Forty
fifth to Forty-sixth streets; opening Kearcher
street from Greenfield to Forward avenues;
opening Vine Cliff street from Wyoming to
Sycamore streets; opening Larimer avenne
from Station to Broau streets; opening Hart
ford street from Brownesville avenue to Fritz
street; board walk on Belonda street from
Mason to Wilbert streets; sewer on Soho street
from John street to Center avenne; sewer on
John street from Mabon to Soho streets; sewer
on Harcnms alley from South Twenty-second
to South Twenty-third streets; sewer on Spring
alley from Twenty-sixth to Twenty-seventh
streets. The ordinance for opening Wick
street was laid oyer.
THE Building Inspector's report for Novem
ber was Hied in "hief Brown's office yesterday,
and shows 21 permits issued, the estimated
value of the buildings being 360,103. Two per
mits were for dwellings of stone, 15 were for
Ironclad buildings. 59 for brick structures and
145 for frames. The Nineteenth ward took the
lead, with 33 permits to her credit, the build
ings valued at $68,540. The Twenty-first ward
follows wltn 29 permits and valuation of 149
625. The Twentieth ward, which generally leads,
drops back into third place, with only 25 per
mits to her credit and a Taluation of $53,670,
The Thirteenth wardV comes next on the list
u-ith 15 bnildincs rained at 813.58.1 follower!
closely by the Fourteenth ward with 14 tmild-j
lngs vaiuea v id,oou. une permit ior a :i7,ouu
building was granted to the First ward, and
the Fourth ward also had only one to its credit,
but it was $20,000 affair. The receipts to the
city from the Inspector's office were $855 50.
ANOTHER DELIGHTFUL SURPRISE.
The Everett Club Piano This Week'
"Will be delivered to certificate .No. 116,
a, held in Allegheny City, on payments of 51
. per week. The name of this member is
withheld by request. We have ft number
of these surprises among our club members
and there'will be many homes made happy
by one of these lovely pianos that could
M never have possessed them in any other than
m our club system of easy payments.
W It is the only practical plan ever adopted
wherebyipurchasers can get the lowest pos
- Bible cash - price, and at. the same time have
t 'the privilege of making payments in easy
" installments. -We can admit a few more re
liable peopVeTo membership, but you had
better make haste, the list is almost full.
Call at 137 Federal st, Allegheny, or send
lor circular. Alex Boss, Manager.
A Joyous Xmns.
"This is not possible if the little ones are
Md nr riiunDointed. Make them happy bv
' getting them some of Marvin's Christmas
f toys and animal cakes. The btarta of toe
children yearn lor uem, u
TALE ABQOT THU TA
Accordlng to (ho tBookn lb Ctty'a
oarcea Are All, Rial".
There is a very great deal of qniet discis
sion on the question of taxes going on at
present, and the close of the year, at least
the close of the time for renewing taxes out
side of the Delinquent Tax Collector's office
having expired, the question of who will
pay for the parks, for widening the streets
and other city improvements is brought very
prominently to the front The resources of
the city appear to "be all right, according to
the figures famished by the city officials.
The last call of the Finance Committee upon
the Delinquent Tax Collector was $250,000,
which, by his collections up to date, is very
nearly filled. The end of December will
show. Mr. Ford said, probably a little in
crease upon the amount set aside by the Pi
Still it dawned upon the mind 'of some or
the taxpayers that the amount aid would
ran short of the amount required, and
Major Joseph P. Denniston, CityTreasurer,
was asked how the city stood. The Major,
as City Treasurer, Is simply the cashier of
the municipality, and immediately took his
books to examine how the accounts stoodas
between the city and the citizens. He said:
"I am now in the position of the boy who
could not get the strawberry jam. I'd like
to take in more taxes, but I cannot The
money has come in, and will be a very valu
able adjunct to the citys resources, but I
am afraid the amount paid in. will not eqnal
the sum required."
"What was the total amount placed in
your hands for collection of taxes?"
'There were $2,602,794 7.4 placed in my
hands for collection in the city alone, of
which 52,155,958 61 was paid."
The only discrepancy found in the books
was one of six cents In 2,000,000, occasioned
by some error in making up the paper. In
addition to the figures above given the
amount handed over to "people outside was
THE SCHEME STRUCK A SNAG.
The Location of tho Hammond Plant at
Cbartlera Banes In the Balance.
The scheme to have J. W. Hammond &
Son locate their big plant at Chartiers
borough has struck a snag. The citizens of
Chartiers were extremely anxious to have
the plant located there, and had raised $2,000
of the amount necessary to purchase the
site. Colonel Glenn had donated five acres
of ground in a ratheroff-hand way, and ten
acres, were purchased from theCarrothers es
tate. When a call was made upon Colonel Glenn
to make good his offer, he wanted the privi
lege of an outlet through the plant from his
property to Chartiers borough. This Ham
mond & Son would not agree to, and there
the project hangs.
There are no new developments in the
consolidation scheme, although the matter
is agitating the citizens of Mansfield and
Chartiers to a considerable extent.
TO CENTRAL AMERICA.
A Plttsburger to Snll on the l?th and Light
E. G. Kemmler, electrical engineer of the
Westinghouse Electric Company, will sail
from New York on the 17th instant for Sal
vador, Central America. He will take
with him two complete electric plants
which he will erect in that country.
One of these is an arc and the other an in
candescent outfit The former will be
erected at -Santa Anna and the other at San
Sonnate, about 60 miles distant The ma
chinery has been packed and will be
shipped to New York to-day. It will take
three or four freight cars to transport the
stuff. This is another illustration oi how
Pittsburg is lighting the world.
There are probably fewwho realize the en
ormous amount of money annually paid into
the United States Treasury on both imported
and domestic liquors, Are yon aware that
Max Klein. 82 Federal st, Allegheny, is a
large contributor to that fund? Are you
posted as to who dae&rm.e.Qttbelargest busi
nesses in the liquor line? It not, let us tell
youthat Max Klein leads them all, and
why? Because he has long ago succeeded
in convincing the public that he furnishes
value for value. Here are a few of his
prices: Six-year-old Guckenhelmer, Tinch,
Overholt and Gibson at $1 per -quart or six
for 55; 4-year-old Guckenheimer, Finch,
Gibson and Overholt, 75 cents each, and his
Silver Age Eye, that defies competition, at
$1 50 each quart "Wines, 50 cents per full
quart and upward. There is not a liquor
known to anyone that is not for sale at his
place. He ships in neatly packed boxes.
Send for his price list and complete cata
logue, and do not hesitate to send in vour
order to Max Klein, 82 Federal st, Alle
English Plnm Podding.
One-half pound of bread crumbs; pour
over them one pint of boiling milk; when
cold add one-quarter pound suet chopped
fine, one-half pound seedless raisins dredged
with flour, one-half pound currants washed
and dried, one-half pound of sugar, three
ounces of citron chopped fine, three eggs
well beaten, one-half teasnoo.nful.salt. two
grated nutmegs, one tablespoonrul ground
mace, one-half gill brandy; mix well; add,
last one and a half measures "Banner"
Baking Powder; bake two hours in a mod
erately hot oven; before it begins to brown.
stir from the bottom. Eat hot 'with -wine
A grand display at the very -lowest cash
prices at the manufacturing jewelry" house
of Henry Terheyden, No. 530 Smithfield
Solid eold watches, 615. $18, $25, $30, $35,
$45. $75, $90, $100, $110. $150 and Upward.
Chatelaine watches, $4 50, $7 50, $9, $11.
Boys' watches, solid silver, $15: beauties.
Gold chains, 10 and 14 k., $10, $15, $20,
$25, $30, $40. $75, together with a large and
very select stock of lancy goods. Just the
thing lor holiday presents. mwf
Handsome Gowm and Garments.
Hiss E. S. Farr, from the establishment
of Mr. A. H. Kosenbaum, Boston, London
and Paris, will take pleasure in sbowingthe
ladies of Pittsburg and Allegheny a large
lice of handsome, gowns and garments for
home, street, carriage and evening Wear, be
ginning Thursday, December 5, and con
tinuing for one week JUonongabela House
Parlors. 11 and 12.
Newly Married Coaplest
Making preparations for housekeeping do
not forget that Dreydoppel yoap is a very
important article to have. The finest and
best for all purposes that soan can be used
for. Benders clothes beautifully white,
sweet and healthful to wer Pull pound
bars, 8c per pound, at grocers levefywbere.
Holiday Opening lYcdnesdar, December 4.
The most elegant line of fancy goods in
every conceivable shape and material ever
shown in Pittsbure-
JOS. ElCHBAUM & CO.,
48 Fifth avenue.
Umbrella for the Holidays.
Fine Bilk, cold and silver handles, best
quality, lowest prices; no charge for en
nravinr? name, at Hauch'a Jewelry Store,
No. 295 Fifth ave. WFSu
Highest prices paid for ladies' or
gents' cast-off clothing at De Haan's Big
6, Wylie ave. Call or send by. mail, wsu
fa " '" --
Whek overworked you will be greatly re
freshed and benefited by a class ot Frauen
heim & Vilsack's Iron City beer. Insist on
xlconomlcnl Gas Fir m, sieve, B.nngr. &cr.
O'Keefe Gas Appliance Co.,34 Filth av.
To rub .with, in rheumatism the genu.
iaeBrow' Ginger. Fred. Srewn, PhiU.J
" s wx.r v i J n-
T0-B8 HE BETHESDA HOME.
The Project tar the Redemption of" UnfortB
ante VYerarn Takes Deflolte Form
Offlcers 'Bad Trustees Chosen TeaWo
rarlly. The managers and some others interested
in the proposed home for unfortunate
women met in the music room of the
Hamilton, building yesterday afternoon.
Rev. J. T. llcCrory was made Temporary
Chairman and Miss Mary Hunnings Tem
Mr. McCrory read the resignation of Mr.
Durbin Home, of the board, who regretted
his inability to serve, as he conld not give
the required time or attention to the project.
Mr. B. T. A. David also resigned for the
same reason, and on motion both resigna
tions were accepted, and Edwin L. Porter,
Esq., and Lee S. Smith elected to fill tbe
vacancies. Mr. Samuel Hamilton sent a
letter regretting his absence, but tendering
we use oi nis nail whenever wanted.
Rev. J. H. Prngh moved that a commit
tee be appointed.to nominate officers and ap
point committees to serve in the organiza
tion. The motion was adopted and Dr.
Miles, Rev. J. W. Snroul, "W. B. Brickel,
Mrs. Dr. Smith and Mrs. Leak retired to
nominate them. In their absence Mr. Tost
announced that it would not be proper to
elect any permanent officers before securing
a charter. It was decided to place them in
nomination, however, and elect them after
the charter will have been obtained. Mr.
McCrory then asked that names be sug
gested tor the institution. Some three or
four were suggested "Good Samaritan,"
"Bethesda," ?'In His Name," and Rev.
Mr. Locke suggested that it be called the
"Wm.Thaw Home"out of respect to that phil
anthropist and particularly as the name has
not yet been adopted by any institution in
the city. A vote by ballot was taken on it
and that of Bethesda chosen by 12 votes,
there being but six other votes cast Mrs.
Locke moved to amend the name, and call
it "The Bethesda Home." which was ear
Mr. Tost then read a draft of the charter,
in which the objects as already known were
stated to be for the careof unfortunate women,
for their religious education and aid in their
Mr. Yost suggested that the Board of
Managers be reduced from 30 to 21, but the
original number was retained when a vote
was taken on it The committee returned
at this point, and announced the following
President Edwin L. Porter, Esq.; Secretary,
Mrs. Di. C W. Smith; Treasurer, &. Samson.
Committee on Site W. B. Brickel, Mrs. E. Z.
Brown and Rev. J. T. McCrory.
Committee on Finance S. Hamilton, Dr.
Bterritt and E. L. Porter.
Committee on Matron Mrs. W. C. Moreland,
Mrs. O. E. Locke and Mrs. Helen Myers.
Committee on By-Laws Rev. O. E. Locke,
Miss Mary Hunnings and Rev. J. H. Prugh.
The trustees, some of whom were not
present to sign the charter, and who are
requested to do so as early as possible, are
H. Samson. Dr. W. C. Shaw, Eev. J. W.
Sproul, J. L. Cooper, T. H. Rabe, Dr. O.sL. Mil
ler, W. B. Brickel, 8. Hamilton, Key. J. H.
Prugh. George R. Lauman, Mrs. Wm.Vankirk,
Mrs. E. Z. Brown, Mrs. Melissa McKee, Mrs.
Rev. W. J. Reid, Mrs. T. J. Leak, Mrs. Sarah
Hammet, Mrs. Dr. Sterritt, Mrs. S, L. Wood
and Mrs. Rev. J. W. Riddle.
Beecham'S Fills cure sick headache.
Peaks' Soap, the purest and best ever made.
Oedee yonr crayon portraits now for Xmas,
at Aufrecht's, 516 Market street. Best and
cheapest In the two cities.
No tonic equals Wainwright's beer.
Families supplied direct 'Phone 5525. vsu
Economical Gas Fires, Stoves, Ranges, tc.
O "Keefe Gas Appliance Co. ,34 Fifth av.
Fine neckwear for holiday presents.
James H. Aiken & Co., 100 Fifth ave.
3flHE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF
L the stockholders of the Pittsburg and
airport Terminal Company will be held at tbe
office of the company. B. 4 0.E.R station,
corner Smlthfleld and water streets, Pittsbnrc,
Pa, SIONDAY. December 8, 1889. at 2 P. M.
no24-24 , C. S. WIGHT. Secy.
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF
tbe stockholders of the Pittsburg and Al
legheny Droveyard ComDany will be held at
the office of the company, B. fc O. R. R. station,
comer Smlthfleld and Water streets, Pittsbure.
Pa., MONDAY, December 9, 1859. at S P. M.
no24 24 C. S. WIGHT. Secy.
GEO. D. RIDDLE, Attorney-at-Law,
118 Diamond street.
TESTATE OF WINFIELD a WILSON, DE
XJ CEASED Notice Is hereby given that
letters testamentary on the estate of Wlnfleld
S. Wilson, late ot Allegheny county, deceased,
have been granted to the undersigned, to whom
all persons Indebted to said estate are request
ed to make immediate payment, and those
having claims against the same shonld make
tbem known without delay to MARY H. WIL
SON, Executrix, No. 23 Cabinet St., Allegheny.
EXECUTOR'S AUCTION SALE OF PER
SONAL property belonging to the estate
of Wm. M. Lyon, dee'd., WEDNESDAY
MORNING, Dec 4. at 10 o'clock, at tbe Henry
Auction Co., No. 311 Market st, city, furniture,
microscope, lot jewelry, mirrors, etc, etc to
be sold to close np the estate, by order of the
Safe Deposit Co., of Pittsburg, executor. Also,
at same time and place, of the estate of Char
lotte Blame, deceased, watches and other arti
cles, by order of the administrator, the Safe
Deposit Co., Pitts. For further particulars in
quire of HENRY AUCTION CO.. LIU., No.
311 Market st, nol9-C7-19.2o.2a.de2. 8,4
SEALED PROPOSALS WIXL BE RE
CEIVED by the Board of Inspectors of
the Western Penitentiary of Pennsylvania, np
to 6 P. M. FRIDAY, December 6. 18S9. for brick
arching, concrete and galvanized Iron work In
south wing. Details furnished at prison. ED
WARD 8. WRIGHT, Warden. del-43
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORSr-SEALED
proposals, addressed to tbe undersigned,
indorsed "Proposals for Grading." will be re
ceived until MONDAY NOON. December 9.
for grading six miles of the P., Y. t 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.
Tbe right Is reserved to reject any or all bids.
Of Executive Committee. P., Y. fc A. R. R. Co.
Pittsburg, Pa,, November 29, 1889.
GRAND OPJSRA HOUSE TO-NIGHT.
Wednesday and Saturday Matinees.
BLUE BEARD, Jr.
Tho Greatest Spectacular Operatic Ex
travaganza. Next week Nat. C. Goodwin. de3
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
HALLEN AND HART,
IN LATER ON.
December 9 Clara Morris in Repertoire,
Every Afternoon and Evenlnjs.
A New and Beautiful Drama.
Week Dec 9 My Partner.
HARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
To-night, Matinees Tnesday, Thursday
SHEFFER & BLAKELY'S
del-SO-n REFINED NOVELTY CO.
-VTYE AND RILEY,
ji In a New Entertainment at
NEXT THURSDAY EVENING.
AUBPICES PRESS CLU&
.O-Tickets at Klebers'. des-23
WORLD'S MUSEUM 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.COWBOY PIANIST.
DISSOLUTION NOTICE-THE PART
NERSII1P heretofore known as A. J.
(jlvens & Co., doing business at Chartiers, Pa.,
has been dissolved hy mutual consent, A. J.
and 8. D. Girens retiring. All money due
above firm are payable to C. A. GIVEN8 4
CO and those having elaims will present them
JWMHffXoy odinrHtemenU site, dollar par
ignore $r one itucrUo. CltutiftM odvertite
mtntt en this page ruch at Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, etc., ten cent per. lne for each inter
Hon, and none taken for leu than fifty zentt.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at tfce 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;
Advertisement are to be prepaid except where
advertiser already hare aca.iau wltliTBCDls-
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, S5u9 Butler street.
EMU. G. STUCKEY, Zfth street and Penn aye.
E. G. STUCKEY 4CO Wylle ve. and Fulton ft.
N. bTOKELY, riRhytvenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, SElPenn avenue.
UCALLISTXU A SBEIBLEB, Sth av. 4 Atwood t
JACOB SPURN, No. JCanoa street
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carson street
A. t. KAEBCHEK, SS Federal street.
H. J. MclJRIDE. Market House, Allegheny.
FBKD R. EGGEKS. 172 Oblo street.
F. B. EGGEK3 & SON, Ohio and Chestnut its.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENBY, Western and IrwLn ayes.
G. TV. HUGHES. Pennaylvanla and BeaTeraTea,
VEUBY M. G LEUU. Bebeeca and Allegheny aTes.
W. W. FLOCKEB, Stationer, No. 4 Grant aye.
THE DI8PATCH HAS OPENED A
BRANCH OFFICE- FOR THE SOTJTHSIDE
AT NO. 1220 CAR80H STREET. WHERE
ADVERTISEMENTS, NEWS AND SUB
BCRrPTlONS CAN BE LEFT. BOTH FOR
GENERAL EDITIONS; AND FOR THE
WANTED-TWO FEEDERS FOR 2 DAYS AT
STOOKAIAN & FARMER office, East End,
WANTED AGENTS TO SELL HOLIDAY
signs and shoir cards. MAETELL. 411
Bmlthneld st. de4-rnT
"TTJANTEO-TTVO GOOD BAEBEKS. APPLY
YV at once to W. B. WEST, National Hotel Bar
ber Shop, McEeespOrt de4-49
WANTED MACHINIST. GOOD LATHE
and planer hand: good wages. Applvto
TAYLOR, SHAW & OO.. SharpsvUle. Pa. deS-85
WANTED-4 OR 5 GOOD MACHINISTS AT
Gaysport Foundry. Call or address MC
LANAHAN & STONE; Hollldarsburz, Pa.
-TO-ANTED-TWO YOUNG MEN ASWA1TEES:
VT ones speaking Ge-raan and rngllsb pre
ferred. Apply at NO. 48 DIAMOND ALLEY,
WANTED A LIVE. ENEHGETIC MAN
state age and business experience; must
have a large city acquaintance. F. O. V, Dis
patch office. de4-2
IN EVERY TOWN TO
vv sell our teas, coni
salary and commission,
sell our teas, coffees and spices to families;
ASSAM TEA CO.. 4505
WANTKD-MAN OF BU81HKSS TACT DE
SIRING active work, can find permanent
Soiltlon at salary or SCO a month. Call at NO. 5
1XTH AVE. del-lll-wsu
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED COACH
MAN : one who Is well acquainted with the
stretU In the city. Apply L. ULESENKAMP,
3l8and33)Penn ave. de4-4S
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED BOOKMAN
to take charge of our book and stationery
department; also several assistants. FLEISH
MAN & CO., Pittsburg, Pa.. de4-13
WANTED-TEN BOYS ACQUAINTED WIM
the work la bolt and nut shop; most under
stand how to run cutting and tapping lathe.
Apply at 180 GRANT AVE., Allegheny. de4-M
WANTED-A GENTLEMAN OF- GOOD AD
DRESS for permanent position, with good
salary: reference and personal application Im
mediately. P. WARD, Room 2, lCMPcnn ave.
WANTED-F1RSTCLASS BARBERS FOR
the country: will pay good wages. Apply
at The Leading Barbers' Supply Depot. A. ED-
LIS & CO., 802, 504, SOS, 80S,
6tuL.iDerty St., Pitts-
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED SHOE
salesman to carry our lines of women's,
misses and children's shoes In Plttscnrg and vi
cinity. HARRISBUHG BOOT AND SHOEMFG.
CO., Harrlsburg, Pa. no28-77-D
WAHKD-A .GOOD. -AGENT IM EACH
town In Western Pennsylvania for "Happy
Thoughts on Uarae Topics;" entirely new book.
W rito at one for exclusive territory, T. C. MC
ELROY, 547 Liberty st. de4-32
LY experienced.man for wholesale house
in Pittsburg: no traveling required; good posi
tion for a man who can fill it properly. Address
SHOES, Dispatch office. de3-80
WANTED AGENTS SHOULD WRITE FOR
Illustrated circular, terms and two weeks'
trial Af Missouri washer: washes dirtiest clothes
by hot steam without rubbing; easily sold; profit
able. J. WORTH, 54 Beekman St., N. Y.
WANTED AGENTS "DODGE'S HORSE
blanket holder:" keeps the blanket from
blowing or sliding offthe horse; nothing like It In
the market: everyhorse owner buys: sample by
mail 25c. STAYNER & CO., Providence, R, 1.
"VYTANTED BY THE UNITED STATES
vv Rolling Stock Company three good axle
makers and their heaters: must be sober, steady
uicu, mm can nave Bicaux wars uie yearronua.
Inquire or W. H.
WANTED A FEW tMOREI FIKST-CLAtS
agents at good salary ror our book, 'Mary,
the Queen of the House oiDavld:"lt sells every
where: good salary to right parties. Published
exclusively by A. S. GRAY CO., Eisner and
Phillips building. de4-21
WANTED-SALESMEN AT S75 PER SIONTH
salary and expenses, to sell a line of silver
plated ware, watches, etc.; hy sample only; horse
and team furnished free; write at once for full
Eartlculars and sample case of goods free. STAN
AHD SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass.
WANTED-A THOROUGHLY COMPETENT
and active business man, with first-class
references, would like to Invest &5. TOO to 110.000,
with services. In a good paying business; manu
facturing preferred: all communications strictly
confidential. AddrcssBUSlNEbS. Dispatch office.
WANTED-ALL BRICKLAYERS AND CON
TRACTORS to know that the headquarters
of the INDUSTRIAL MUTUAL BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, at 83 Fourth ave. near Wood, is
the authorized Central Labor Exchange for the B.
and M. L. U.; no charge to employes or mem
WANTED-AGENIS FOR OUR ADJUST
ABLE, all metal, nickel or bronze door
plates; can sell and put together at once: white
enamel letters for window signs and new style
door bells: 85 to 815 a day easily made selling to
business men only: free samples to reliable men.
Address NEW YORK DOOR FLAE CO., 18 Ann
St., New York. del-114
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
tatary paid; permanent position: money advanced
for wares, advertising, etc. For full terms ad-
urcu iiTMHiai,iuu. cu Chicago,
WANTED-A CHAMBERMAID: MUST BE
well recommended. Apply to 203 RIDUE
AYE , Allegheny. de4-13
WANTED-TWO WOOD DINING I -ROOM
girls: also good girl (white), 14 to 15 years
old, to take charge child 3 years old. Apply
HOIEL HAMILTON, city. def-43
WANTED TWO LADIES FOR FOUR
months' work at 840 to too per month; must
be of excellent address and willing to work. Call
at ROOM 45, Eisner building. de(-21
TTTANTED-GOOD AGENTS TO SELL
iiung dooe mat evrrr iaoy needs.
once. 547 LIBERTY ST, Room 3
Male and Female flclo.
"TTTA-NTED-2 WHITE WAITERS, MALE
VV cook, 2 farmhands, cooks, chambermaids
and house girls, dishwasher, laundress, linen
room girl, housekeeper lor hotel, seamstress.
MEEHAN '8, 545 Grant st.
WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN, POSITION
as clerk, assistant bookkeeper or any kind
of office work; good reference. Address D. R.,
Dispatch office. dc4-35
WANTED-81TUATION JANUABY 1 BY
bookkeeper cf one of the largest flint glass
factories in Ohio, who must change present local
ity on account bay fever. Address T Dispatch
nrr anted an excellent opportun-
t V rrx wm be onerea 10 a gooa ousiness man
to Invest (3,000 or 10,000 in a large, well-established
and profitable mercantile business; onewho
can give nis lime to ouswess,
Address A. !.,
"TTTANTED TO INVEST flOOQ, III A YOUNG
v v man of experience and tborongb 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 particular.,
MERCANTILE, " Dispatch offlce. uo23-51
YV In large and small amounts at 4. 5 and t
per cent, free of Bute tax; no May. Seed B,
tow.. i.. 13 Fourth ave. ,, " mVxi-sn
v. .,, --.-.- ,-.
ANTED-SMALL MOltl G AGE3-1. J.AVIL-
sua, us jrounn ave. nc2S-2i
ANTED - MORTGAGES - LARGE AND
small. U. wuiiSH, UO Grant street.
WANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY l"BOr
EBTY. oyer M.OOO; 4 ner cent; no tax.
HEN BY A. WEAVEUACO., 92 fourth avenue.
WANTED -MORTGAGES-ON CITY OR
snbnrban Improved real estate at lowest
rates. ALEXANDER & LEE, 213 Wood st.
TTTANTED-TO LOAM 1500,000, IN AMOUNTS
TT or (3; 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on AH percent, free of tax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and S per cent BLACK 4 RAIBD,
ii Fourth avenue. iea-d26-D
TrrAMED- MOKTO AGES-SI, 000, 000TO LOAN
ovrn, iiu ronnn avenue.
WANTED-TO rOAN 1310,000 ON MORT-
GAGES: 1100 and uoward at 6 ner cent;
iaiu,O0Oat 4)4 per cent on residences or business
; aiio in aaioimng
counties. S. H.
FRENCH. 12S Fourth avenue.
"rsTANTED-MOUTGAOES-l(,00p TO LOAN
for 3 to s years on city property, at very low rates;
vi uu murigages. in sums irom ow iucujlum.
iur terras ana give aesi
J. E. GLASS, US Ffith ave.
iWerlntlnn of nrODertv.
vh Tal.nhnna Nn. Y?fl
A W.f,.. - A1.T. .
TtTANTED-HORSES TO KEEP DURING
vv the winter: termsverrreasonable. Call en
or address R. A. MORRISON, 10 Sixth St., cliy.
TlfANTED-HlGHESr SPOT CASH PRICES
T T paid for second-hand furniture, carpets and
household goods or all kinds. 1211 PEN S AVE
TXTANTED HORSES TO WINTER-TERMS
.. reasonable: good box stalls. S. W. MOR
ROW, BaVerstown, Allegheny co., Pa., or T. M.
MORROW -S LIVERY AND SALE- STABLES. 15
Ohio St., Allegheny. Pa. no30-60-MWs
ANTED PERSONS TO KNOW THAT BY
line to Day 81 Der week you can get
possession of fine froldor sliver watches, clocks.
jewelry, diamonds, silverware, etc. J.M1TSCH,
ov r cue
deral St., Allegheny, Fa.
WANTED-EVERYONE TO KNOW THAT
PEARSON, the leading photographer, of
98 Fifth ave. and 43 Federal St., AU'y.. Is making
a life stie crayon portrait, beautifully framed, and
one dozen cab. photos, all for 8; all line work.
FOR SALE iaiPUOVED REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE-A 3-STOHY DWELLING HOUSE
or 10 rooms, opposite Second aye. park.
HENRY A. WEAVER & CO., 92 Fourth aye.
FORSALE-ON FIFTH AVE.. FORI2.SC0, ON
monthly payments If desired, a neat brick
bouse of 6 rooms: location good; call or send for
lilt. W. A. HEUBON& SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-NO. 4315 CALVIN BT.. SEVEN
TEENTH ward, new brick dwelling, slate
roof, S rooms, hall, vestibule and large finished
attic: large stable on rear or lot: price. tlMOat
terms to suit. THOS. MCCAFFREY, 3309 Butler
FOR SALE-LOCUST ST., NEAR CHESTNUT,
2 fine 2-story pressed brick dwellings of 8
rooms and batbroora each; all Improvements: lot
42x113 to a street; room to build 3 more honseson
lot; big bargain. ALLKS & BAILEY, 184 Fourth
ave. 'telephone 167. de4-41-'WTSu
FOR SALE-WITHIN HALF SQUARE OF
cable; 8 minutes ride from center of city, on
nice resldenco street; block stone paving; sewer
age: sidewalk; all complete: 40 feet front bv 100
deep; only tl.TTO: wc cannot duplicate this.
CHARLES SOMERS & CO.. 313 Wood at. de4-47
FOR SALE-ON MAIN. NEAR DAVISON ST..
Seventeenth ward, at a sacrifice, as owner is
leaving the city, a new 8-room brick dwelling,
with modern conveniences: lot 25x100: price
(4,500; all orbair cash, bal. to suit; cost over
&O00. THOS. MCCAFFREY. 3509 Bntler street.
T7OR SALE-AT A BARGAIN FOR A FEW
X' days only Prime Sixth ward property; sub-
front: 2-story attic: 7 rooms.
gas both floors:
side entrance: im-
grovlntr neighborhood: lowi
OMER3 & CO., 313 Wood St.
owat fi.600. CHARLES
Erut End Residences.
FO R S A L E OAKLAND RESIDENCES.
CHARLES SOMERS & CO., 313 Wood st.
Telephone 1773. de4-47
FOR SALE-HILAND AVENUE PROPER
TIES. CHARLES SOMERS & CO., 313 Wood
St. Telephone 1773. de4-47
fTlOR SALE MUST BE BOLD AT ONCE,
a.' cneap, Lincoln ave., nouse ana 101. 47xuu:
S300 cash, balance to suit purchaser.
DICKIE, E. E.
FOR SALE-FOR 13,300,
house, s rooms, well in
A NEAT, NEW
nnroved: lot 27x120
feet: onHallman. near Howe sL. Twentieth ward.
See W. A. HERRON &SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-H200-ATWOOD. NEAR BATES
St., Oakland: fine location; street sewered
and paved; two-story frame; 7 rooms; hall, bath,
ranee, U. and c water: all In prime condition: lot
22x100, CHARLES SOMERS oV-CO., 313 Wood st.
FOR SALE-A FINE PROPERTY FOR THE
money, nicely located within two squares of
Penn ave. cable; a choice home and an Invest
ments two-story brick, vestibule, hall, attic six
rooms, poiches, side entrance; excellent condi
tion throughout: gas, water and every conveni
ence; perfect sewerage: we can offer tbe property
now at $1,000.
ILLtlLO dvjijlxu a vt.
FOR SALE-THOSE TWO BEAUTIFUL NEW
residences corner Atwood and Bates sts..
Oakland, eich containing 8 rooms, hall, vestibule,
with tile floors, sliding doors between hall, parlor
ami tuning rooms, insiue snuuers. porcnes irom
and rear, slate mantels, tile hearths with fancy
basket grates, natural and artificial gas, fine ar
tistic chandeliers with electric attachments for
lighting, electric bells, bath, Inside w. c, and
marble top w. s range, hot water, laundry in
basement with cemented walls and ceilings, with
3 large tnbs. These houses are in tbe best location
in Oakland, have direct connection with city
sewer, are nicely finished and grained throughout
in oak. cemented walks and pavement, lots graded
and sodded, fine Iron fence aronnd lots, street is
paved and the electric cars will pass the door;
come and see these honses before buying else
where. REED B. COYLE Jb CO.. 131 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE OAKLAND, FOURTEEATH
ward; but few of tbe many people in this
Jrreat city have any conception of the magnltnde,
mtnense Improvement, rapid growth and en
hancement of the now most aeslrable 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 tbe nominal fare of 5 cents;
Oakland Square Is a beautiful park around wblch
run wide atreets paved with asphaltum and sew
ered frer of cost to tbe purchaser of one of the
beautiful dwellings facing the square a brief de-
Bcripuon 01 wnicn is nere given: juin 01 onrs,
by day work, two sizes, 8 and 9 rooms, halls, bath,
inside shutters andw. c's, handsome slate man
tels, tile hearths, sliding doors, range and both
gases: also, electric lighting apparatus, large
fiorches, cemented cellars, line chandeliers, large
ot. etc.; terms, small cash payment down, bal
ance 8500 per annum; 17 or these dwellings have
been sold to representative business men: the
time consumed in running from the postoffice to
the square Is but 17 mlnntes, thus giving ample
time to go home for dinner: see the square before
buying elsewhere. bAM'L W. BLACK & CO.. 99
Fourth ave. n 028-04
FOR SALE-ALLEGHENY PARK PROPER
TIES. CHARLES SOMERS & CO., 313 Wood
st. Telephone 1773. det-47
FOR SALE-NEW QUEEN ANNE DWELL
INU, choice location in Second ward, A.le
Sheny. containing 11 rooms. large reception hall,
ath, 2 Inside w, c's, slate mantels, tile hearths,
closets, pantry, laundry, etc.; front and rear
porches, plate-glass windows, stable and carriage
house: lot 80x137 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, (11,600; terms, half cash, balance to
suit purchaser. BASIL. W. BLACK CO.. 99
Fourth ave. no23-74-MWF8
FOR SALE-AT BRADDOCK-6 GOOD 2
8T0RY frame houses of 6 rooms each; nat.
gas; lot 120x130 ft., on Bell ave. and Itebecca st. ;
will be sold at a very reasonable price and on
easy terms. L M. PENNOCK A SON. 105 Fourth
FOR SALE-AT WILK1NSBURG, CONVE
NIENT to station, X neat 5-roomed frame
houses, lot 33KH00 feet: excellent water in both
houses; natural gas: good, dry cellars; will be sold
very low and on easy payments: full particulars
from McCUNE Sb COULTER. 93 Fourth ave., who
will take you out and show you the property.
FOR SALE-HOUSE AND LOT, ETNA BOR
OUGH, at Orphans' Court sale: the property
of Lewis King, deceased, on the Uutler turnpike,
near Etna postoffice, will be sold at auction on
Thursday, December 5, at 2 o'clock: Iot33xl00:
frame house and store: terms, fourth cash and
three years, A. LEGOATE&SON, Auctioneers.
FOR 8ALE-A DESIRABLE WILKINSBUBG
residence and large lot; 8 spaclons and cheer
ful rooms, hath, w. c, lavatory, hot and cold
water, natural gas, pantries and other modern ap-
S llances; everything in excellent order; fine lot
1x132 feet: considerable number of fruit trees,
grape vines on trellis work, etc., etc: perfect
sewerage: stone walk in front; 2 mlnntes to rail
road station; exceptionally pleasant and con
venient neighborhood. Particulars from JAS. W.
DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
machinery ana metals.
FOR SALE ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
and refitted: repairing promptly attended to.
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. anlO-a
TT'OR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
J boilers; all sizes and styles In stock, from 4 to
100 h. p. ;ali rcflttedtgood as new, at lowest prices;
portable engines s to 25 b. p. ; boilers ail sizes
ind styles. J.S.YOUNG,23Parkway,Allegheny.
TJIOR SALE- HOISTING ENGINES. NEW
J and second hand; wire and manllla rope, der
rick and fittings, hoisting tubs and cars, day and
ore pans, engines, boilers and machinery.
THOMAS CAKLIN "5 SONS, Lscock and Sandusky
sts.) Allegheny, aaS-17-Mmr
reR SALE L0TM.
East Ead Lor.
TK)H SALE-A LARGE CORNER LOT, M8X130
I? feet. In the Shadyslde district. East End;
o -S; ,Vt, "ItKi outer, w.ouu:a aeeiaea uargain.
dAO. IV xrAJUrxi vy.
r12S Fourth avenne. Pitts-
fTlOB SALE-VILLA PARK PLAN OF LOTS
JL' are the most desirable in the market: no lot
less than 40x149 feetrgood walks, dose to station:
prices low and best of terms: Investigate this pUn
before purchasing elsewhere. JOHN F. BAX
TEB, Agt, SUSmlthfleldst. del-Worwr,
TCWR SALE-CHOICE RESIDENCE SITES IN
A." tno most attractive part ot East End to be se
cured by Investing in a lot in Bun Grove plan;
HSsJ'?ate thl Plan before purcbasingelsewhere.
MJ.LLON BROd., EastKnd, or JOHN F. BAX
TER, Agent, SLI Smlthfleld st. dcl-Korwr
Glen wood Lots.
FOIt BALE-LOTS AT OLENWOOD: CON
. VENlENTtotne station and Second Ave.
Electric Railway: graded streets, sidewalks, city
water; houses and lots for sale on monthly pay
ments. GEOBGK C. BDBG WIN, ISO Fourth ave.
FOR SALK-AT W1LKINS15UBG, ON MON
1 OUR st, 2 nice lots, .-WxCWit., price fKB, and
30x300 ft., price fffiO. I. M. PENNOCK A SON.
No. 105 Fourth ave. no3Q-74-TWS
FOR SALE-B ACRES LAND-CHOICE SPOT
for Investment; K mile from railroad: Imlle
from city limits; price 8,000. EDWITXISH,
410 Grant st. no30-D
FOR SALE-A FARM CONTAINING 70 ACRES
and underlaid with coal, on Panhandle Route.
12 miles from Pittsburg: MRS. .NEBO, 105 Grant
St., Pltlsbnrg. de-77-ws
FOR SALE-VERY CHEAP-ONLY HO0O-14
acres gronnd. with fair Improvements, at
Stoops Ferry, P. 4L. E. It B,
RON 4 SONS, M Fourth ave.
bee ft . A. HER-
FOR SALE-A GOOD FARM OF 71 ACRES. ON
line of railroad, about IS miles from the city;
dwelling honscv outbuildings, orchard, water, etc,
etc.; would exchange In part for city property.
JAS. W. DRAPE CO., 123 Fourth avenue.
Pittsburg. . de4-93
FOR SALE-PRODUCTIVE FARM OF 130
acres, almost level and all tillable, except 20
acres in timber; new barn; 4 miles from railroad;
within driving distance of numerous large towns;
cheap at 130 ner acre. CHARLES SOMKRS &
CO., 313 Woodst. de4-47
1TOR SALE 4.0CO ACRES HEAVY TIMBER.
I? Cameron county. T. LIVEZEY, Allen's
FOR SALE-COAL BUSINESS ON LINE OF
railroad, near the city, all In successful op
eration, and Including pit wagons, mules, tools
and all necessary equipment: abont 150 acres of
solid coal; side track space for 60 cars: rare open
ing for anyone who understands tbe coal busi
ness. JAS. W. DRAPE A CO.. 129 Fourth ave.,
FOR SALE-GROCERY STORES IN BOTH
cities, from $350 to 310,000; cigar stores fSoO,
350, fSOO. (1,800; 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. SHEPAHD Jc
CO., 54 Fifth ave. noS
OR SALE-A FIRST-CLASS FULL ROLLER
mill, from 75 to SO barrels canacltv. frame
building 40xS0 feet, 3H stories high, 55 horse
Iiowersteim engine. 12 sets SXI8 Dawson rollers,
0 fourteen feet reels, 4 Smiths' purifiers, dust
collector, magnetic separator, flour packer, Rich
mond bran duster, four cleaners, 30-inch corn and
reed stone, new bnckwheat rolls, etc: this
property Is situated on the line of the Pennsyl-
vanla Railroad nt New Florence station. West
moreland county. Pcnna., with a side track to
the mill door: It is In a good grain country, and
should command a good run of custom; the
present owners are not practical millers; they re
side at a distance from New Florence, and are
engaged In other pursuits
thev would therefore
rathersell tbe ml
at sr bargain to- a good cus-
tomer, than rent It. For terms, etc, apply to
Aaxea a.iiuisis, uiairsvuie, renna.
FOR SALE FEDERAL STREET PROPERTY.
Nos. 43 and 45, having a front or 40 feet: this
is a rare chance for buying a business property In
one of tbe best locations in Allegheny. See
SAMUEL DYER, or GEORGE ALEXANDER. 48
Parkway, Allegheny. no2T-30-irwrs
FOR SALE AN EXCELLENT PROPERTY OF
4 acres: new building of 15 rooms, occupied
as hotel doing good business: st-tble, icehouse,
frblt in abundance; soil adapted to gardening,
location close to station and river; (8,000.
CHARLES SOMERS A CO., 313 Wood st. de4-47
10 LET-NEW HOUSES IN 5-ROOM APART
MENTS at 119. with all separate conve
niences, on uoiweu st., aoove vine, inquire at
V. LANGE'S, 333 Fifth ave. de4-9
10 LET-BRICK DWELLIN G. WASHINGTON
1 street. Alleirhenv; 12 rooms, modern im-
rr- -. ------- --.-..--., -- ..-.,, , --- 1
inquire kuuju ua, jiisseii mocK. r
TO LET-FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH KITCH
UI. tableware, etc 1CI FOURTH AVE.,
near Grant. de4-37B
TO LET-FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS, WITH
kitchen, tableware, natural gas, etc. 41
LOGAN ST.. near Wylle.
BLE for light- housekeeping, 4th floor: rent
reasonable: no children. 1313 PENN AVE. deS-45
Offices. Desk Boom, dee
TO LET-LARGE OFFICE-INQUIRE ROOM
208, Blsscil Block. de4-96-rwFBU
TO LET-fSOO PER YEAR-A LARGE, WELL
LIGHTED offlce with all modern conven
iences; newly painted and papered: has two large
closets for storage room. Inquire at GERMANIA
SAVINGS BANK. 4a Woodst. no-31-D
PERSONAL-WILL MR. JOHN O'DONNELL,
foimerly of Homestead. 1'a., please send his
address to M. C. care City Hotel, Pittsburg, Pa.
PERSONAL HAVE YOU SEEN LEVI'S
bookstore? Da you know we have new books
as well as old? Do you know we have tbe largest
slock or old books west ot the Allegheny Moun
tains? LEVI'S BOOKSTORE, 800 Liberty St.
TJERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY EE-
i. lUKMU; recently
bpst of terms owtneto
TURNEU; recently they had not been on the
a little family lar occa-
sloned by the wife insisting on being allowed to
renovate his wearing apparel, and which, ot
course, was done in a bungling manner: in order
to prevent the trouble they agreed to send all
tbelrwork hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor, 65
Fifth ave., corner Wood st., second floor, and
now everything is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns la their household. Telephone 1553.
LOST-PACKAGE OF PBOM1SSOKY NOTES
of value to owner oulr. Liberal reward lor
tbelr return to R. HUMPHREY, 543 Smlthfleld
st.. cltyj de4-8
t- iisT or Misr.Ain poLicr
J J Issued by tbe Penn Mutual Life Ins.
Philadelphia, on the Ufe of Theodore Kestner.
The flnderwlll please return It to the undersigned.
Application has been made for tho Issuing or a
duplicate. (Slrued) MELCHER VAHNEH.
uo 24-34-21.26.28 30-de2. 4
T)Y JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.
Administrators' sale continued to-day,
WEDNESDAY, AT 10 O'CLOCK,
DAIRY STOCK, HORSES. UTENSILS, etc.
fMILK WAGONS, MDLK CANS, etc,
at the dairy of tbe late
ALFRED HARRISON, deceased,
Oakland,near public schoolhonse; nearly 75 good
COWS, HEIFERS, BULL8, CALVES,
S.HORSES AND IMPLEMENTS, etc,
will be sold at to-day's sale, commencing
promptly at 10 o'clock. Peremptory sale; no
JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.,
d&4-23 129 Fourth avenne.
' HENRY AUCTION CO.. LIMITED.
ATTRACTIVE AUCTION SALE OF FINE
bnccy, carriage, bay mare, stable Roods,
piano, furniture, carpets, etc, etc. at tbe resi
dence of Mrs. J. J. vetter, on center avenne,
between Roup and Aiken avenues. East End,
at 10 o'clock.
Fine carriage, made by West, almost new:
buggy, wagon, bay mare, harness, hose and
stable outSt: elegant Steinway piano, solid wal
nut parlor suit, tur rugs, lace curtains, mahog
any cabinet, ornaments, pictures, desk, couch,
Wilton velvets and body brussels carpets, oak
hall rack with French plate glass, carved oak
chamber suit, tine walnut chamber suit, ward
robe, bedsteads, bureaus, rockers, chairs, wash
stands, fine Doulton dinner set of ISO pieces,
glass and silverware, walnut sideboard, leather
dining chairs, walnut extension table, laundry,
ard kitchen goods, etc
House open at 8 o'clock morning of sale.
HENRY AUCTION CO, LIM.,
98 Fourth avenue, I
November 20. 1889. j
ELECTIOy-THE ANNUAL MEETING
and election of fifteen directors toserre
for the ensuing year will beheld at tbe office
of tbe company on TUBSDAY, December 3,
1889, between the boon of 11 A. h. and lr.it,
noll-W-B JOHN H. CLANEY, ftarttuy.
XyEW ABTEKTISgaiZrtTg. ti
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO,,
99 Fourth Avenue,
Real Estate Agents. Established 1873.
Renting and Collecting a Specialty, "
STORE ROOMS. ETC.
U and S3 Third ave.; danble S-story brick war-
house; power elevator: 40x80: HOOD yr.
23) Liberty st, between Third and Fourth aveSj.
3-sty brick warehouse: storeroom Hx77, ,
through to Third ave. 11,800 yr.
Second ave , near Soho, 3 acres; B. B. sldingfr
riverfront: sheds, offices, etc. tl.20Oyr.
Wood St.. 304 and 206, 2d floor wareroom. 30x4
with 1 office and elevator, moderate rent to
Cor. Strawberry and Cherry alleys, I B., third
floor, 20x60. with power. COO yr.
53 and S5 Ninth St., 1 B., fourth floor, 36x2, both
gases. S000 yr. '
4409 Plnmmer street. 2 store rooms and 3 dwelling
zooms, (12 per mo.
Cor. Penn aye. and Fifth St., fine office building,
pieutr ugiu. mou. unp., fiUf yr.
Fifth ave. NY ood St.; offices, single and In suite
In the news story "Eisner Building;" Fifth
ave. entrance; Crane elevator, steam heat,
janitor services, etc ; floor plans can be seen at
"Penn Building," Penn aye., near Seventh st,
offices, single or in suite In the elegant new S
story building; 2 Crane elevators, beat and
Janitor services; rents exceptionally low.
Floor plans can be seen at this office.
Hamilton Building, Fifth avc:offlce, sixth floor,
Room No. 612: 16x18; 120 per mo.
.Fourth ave., 152, 2 R. 1st floor. tGOO yr.
Water St.. 143, front office 2d floor. 15x20. 175 yr.
Water St., 143 front office, 2d floor, 15 ft. so.
Office room, 530 BIsseU Block, fifth floor, 18x22, fl5
101 Fourth ave,, second floor rear, 2 offices, 110 mo.
101 Fourth ave., 1 room, second floor, 10 mo.
9 Oakland Square, 2-sty mansard residence, 8 R.,
first-class location. In good order, all modern
conveniences, 17 minutes from P. O., cars al
most to door, 45 mo.
25 Boss St., 3-sty brick residence, 11 R., mod. Imp.
good order, 81.000 yr.
102 Marlon, cor. Ann sts., new 2-sty and mansard
residence, 7K.. mod. Imp., 25 mo.
Ridge, near Monroe St., 2-sty fr., 7R., f 18 mo.
Corner Penn are. and Fifth street. 3-story man
sard residence, 9 R., hall, bath, h. and. c.
water, marble mantels, range, washhouse,
cellar. In good order, tL.209yr.
3 Klrkpatrlck St., 4R., hall, etc; 314 mo.
218 Center ave., 2-story 7 B., mod. lmp.,frontand
rear yards: porno.
Herron ave., opposite water basin, 5-roomed
lrame bouse, nat. gas, etc. fio 50 mo.
Rear 358 Cedar St., Bioomfield, second floor, 2B.
and attic, a 50 mo.
98 Page cor. Manhattan sts., 2-sty br. res., 9 B.,
mod. imp., 8503 yr.
SOEIdwell St., 2-story and maKsard. 10 R.,
mod. imp.: poss. March or April, 1890; S900 yr.
and water runt.
Irwin ave., above Washington ave,new4-roomed
frame house, S 15 mo.
Irwin ave. same as above new 6-roomed brick
house 822 mo.
Woodland ave.. Eleventh ward, 2-story fr., 8 R.,
1 acre ground; 15 mo.
100 Gerst alley, second floor, 2 R., 37 mo; first
floor. 2 U , v mo.
Spring Hill road, fr. house 3 R., 84 mo.
EAST END DWELLINGS.
9 Oakland Square 2-sty and mansard brick resi
dence 8 R.. alt mod. imp., in good order; this
Is a first-class location. 17 minutes from P. O.,
cars aimot 10 QOQr.ftu mo.
Edgewood, 2-sty fr., 4 R.. 813 50 mo.
Neville st 1st from i lfth are.. 8 K., large lot,
fruit and shade trees, $J00 yr.
Aurelia st., near Denniston avc,2-story br.,6 H.,
hall, etc.; S20mo.
Thomas St., Homewood. 3 R-; S3 mo.
1906 Josephine st,, 2-sty fr., 5 R., 315 mo.
1817 Wharton St., 2-sty, mansard, 5 K., attic 23
1102 Virginia ave, Duquesne Heights, near In
cline 2-sty, 5 R., $12 50 mo.
2814 Mary st., 4 R. ; 810 mo.
Cor. Pine and Nintn sts., 4 It.. 2d floor: V mo.
22C3 Larklns alley, 4 R. and kitchen; 14 mo.
B. & O. R. K. DWELLINGS.
Glenwood. Second ave.. cor. American St., Glen
wood Hotel, 2-sty and mansard frame store
room and 12 R. and large hall 23x68, 873 me
Hazel wood aye.. Hazelwood, Twenty-third wd.,
12 minutes from station. 2-story br., 7 R. and 2
finished attics.; mod. Imp., large grounds; 2S
Benovast., Glenwood, Tmlnutes from station. 2
storyfr..5R. and attic: 820 mo.
Hazelwood. Twenty-third ward. Flowers ave. and
KRbuck St., 2-story fr., 4 R.; 310 mo.
P., FT. W. 4 C. R. R. DWELLINGS.
Sewlckley. convenient to Osborne or Sewickiev
stations, 2-story br. residence 12 R-, all mod.
Imp.; large and handsome grounds; late oc-
cupled bv Mrs. Bobert S. Davis; a very mod
erate rent to a good tenant: poss. at once.
Edgewortb station, 3-sty, mansard, 11 &,, all
mod. Imp., large grounds, fruit and shade
trees: occupied by Miss Agnes Way.
Home ave., Bellevue: handsome residence, 14 R.,
elegancy finished and all mod. Imp.; lotHOx
290: choice fruit and shade trees, etc., etc;
27 Granville St.. brick stable for 2 horses and car
rlage entrance, 1 100 yr. de4-30
Finest location In East End. Lot extending
to another street. Price and terms very rea
sonablc Must be sold at once.
SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO.,
de4-29-WThs 99 Fourth ave.
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report of Viewers on the grading and
paying of Urbana alley, from a point 128 feet
south of the south curb line of Davison street
to the present pavement, has been approved by
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appeal is filed In the Court of Common Pleas
within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW,
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Pittsbubq, Pa., November SO, 1889.
"VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
J report of Viewers on the construction of
a sewer on Fox street, from South Twenty
fourth street to South Twenty-third street, has
been approved by Councils, which action will
be 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.
PnTSBtrBQ, Pa November 30, 1889.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the reports of Viewers on the opening of
Bennett street, from Frankstown avenne to
the city line, and Kelly street, from Fifth
avenue to the city line, have been approved by
Councils, which action will be Ana's, unless an
appeal Is filed in the Conrt of Common Pleas
within ten (10) days from date.
Chief of Dep't of public Works.
PrrrsBTJBO. PA November SO, 1889.
OFFIOSOFTHE CrrTTBIASTrjttB. 1
PrrTSBTTJta, December SL 1889.
NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the duplicates for the second as
sessments of water rents (for sew buildings
completed since April L lS90,)have been placed
in my bands for collection, and payable at this
office during the month of December.
AH water rents remaining unpaid January I.
3890, will be placed In the bands of W.R.
Ford, Collector of Delinquent Taxes, wltn S
per cent added, for collection.
J, y. DENNISTON,
trtfrW-B City Treasurer.