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Judge Swing's Decision Against the
Central Traction Company
M THE HIGH STREET 1KJUKCTI0N,
The Double Track on That Thoroughfare
Jlaj Have to Come Up.
FEOPIETI HOLDEES HATE A GOOD CASE
The property holders on Sixth avenue, be
tween "Wylle and "Webster avenues Qoli
High street), have scored a victory against
the Central Traction Company. Judge
Swing has handed "doira an opinion over
ruling the demurrerentered by the company,
and it is barely possible that the company
will have to tear their tracks from the
If the property holders finally win the
case, the company will either have to vacate
the thoroughfare or pay the residents for the
-privilege of running their cars on the street.
As the readers of The Dispatch al
ready know the traction company now oc
cupy the street -with their tracks. It is a
narrow thoroughfare and the space between
the outside tracks and the curb is so narrow
that vehicles will be unable to pass.
"When the cable cars are runninc
on the street vehicle travel will
have to find some other .way of
getting to "Wylie or Filth avenues from that
part of the city. The street is no w crowded
most of the day with teams from the Pan
handle freight yard and is about the only
one that can be used by teams to or Irom
that place and the hill. At the corner of
"Wylie avenue the outside track is within
four inches of the curb, and the residents of
thevicinity say there will be numerous ac
cidents at the corner on this account.
A PRET.TMTNABY INJUNCTION.
Some months ago the property holders
along the street asked the Court for a pre
liminary injunction restraining the com
pany from putting down a double track.
They had one track down, and the general
supposition was that the cars would go down
Sixth avenne and up "Wylie from Fifth and
Grant. "When the residents found that the
company was putting down two tracks
they were astounded on account of the
Barrow condition of the street. "When they
asked lor the preliminary injunction the at
torney of the corporation, James Reed, Esq.,
of Knox & Keed, said the company would
furnish indemnity bonds if they were al
lowed to continue the construction of the
road. This arrangement was made, and the
work of laying the second track was com
pleted. Mr. Beed then put in a demurrer, alleging
that there was no jurisdiction in equity in
the case, and asked that the proceedings for
an injunction be quashed. He said the
remedy of the property holders was suits
for damages if they had any grievances. He
said it was not a case in equity. The Court
took the papers under advisement. In the
meantime the tracks have been completed.
In his opinion, which was filed in the
Prothonotary's office yesterday, Jndge Ew
ing said there was jurisdiction in equity
and the company mnst show why they took
possession of the street. The company is
chartered under the traction act of
1S87, which 'does not allow a trac
tion company to traverse any street not
already occupied by a passenger railway.
The only way in which they could legally
get possession of the street was to obtain the
consent ot the property owners. This thev
did not do, and the street was never occu
pied before by any railway. This makes
them trespassers, the attorneys lor the de
MUST GO TO THE SUPBE2IE COUBT.
Judge Ewing says the objections to the
bill are all overruled upon the grounds in
which they have been made. He did not
like to express anv opinion on the merits
of the case itself, feeling confident that it
would go to th' Supreme Court.
The defendants wilt be siren 30 days in
which they sre expected to file an .answer.
lfXhorjhKt ahSwef VytBSt time fhettts'
junction will be granted by the Court. It
will then be optional with the property
holders what shall be done with the tracks.
If they decide to remove them the companv
willliave to take them up. It is possible a
monetary arrangement may be made, and
the property owners paid by the company
for the privilege of running the cars on the
Messrs. C C. Dickey and George Shiras
HI were the attorneys for the plaintiffs. In
conversation with a Dispatch reporter
yesterday Jlr. Shiras said:
"The company are trespassers and if we
win the suit in the end they will have to
pay for the privilege of occupying the street
or tear up their tracks. It is not a question
of damages, but one of right They must file
an answer and disclose their line of defense
in the final proceedings. Judge Ewing
says the case should go before a Master to
be argued. I suppose that one will be an.
pointed and testimony taken. The property
holders have a good case against the com-
Sany and in Judge Ewing's opinion they
ave scored a victory. No, the opinion
will in no way affect the Pittsburg Traction
Company. They secured the consent of all
the property holders except one before they
put their tracks on Fifth avenue between
Liberty and Grant street The fact that
they acquiesced to the proceeding waives
all claims for trespass."
A Preventive for Croup.
Croup is a terror to young mothers,
especially during the winter months, as it is
then sost 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 couch. If Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy 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. For sale at SO cents per
bottle by the following named druggists:
E. G. Stuckey, Seventeenth and Twenty
ibttrth sts., Penn ave., and cor. "Wylie ave.
and Fulton st; by Markell Bros., cor. Penn
and Frankstown aves.; bv TheoE.Ihrig
3610 Fifth avenue, and by Carl Hartwigl
Butler st, in Pittsburg, and in Allegheny
City by E. E. Heck, 72 and 174 Federal st.
and Thos. It Morris, cor. Hanover and
Preble aves.; Fred H. Eggers, 172 Ohio st:
F. H. Eggers & Son, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
A Special Lot
Of men's fine overcoats just received which
are selling at 812. They include fine chin
chillas, kerseys and beavers in many new
shades. This morning we start the sale ot
them at $12. Call and see them.
P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts.,
opp. the new Court House.
"Stunningly ajsthetic." someone said to
day about the new India stools. Calfskin
(with the hair on) cushions; also chamois
cushions on some. uoggs & Buhl.
New, Sweet, Delicious.
Marvin's royal bread possesses all these
properties. If you haven't tried it do-so at
once, if you want to renew yoar youth and
be happy. d
Of new patterns and shapes of toilet chamber
sets in unique designs and colorings at
Beizenstein, 152, 164, 156.Federal st, Alle
gheny. A TTSSn
j fstirllsa Trousering.
affheIargest stock at popular prices,
axsu PlTCAUur'S, 434 "Wood street
TOTJ won't believe it until you try it, how
much vo. can save by purchasing vour
Christmas gifts at Harrison's Toy Store, 123
Federal street, Allegheny. its
Economical Gas Fires, Moves, Bonces, dec.
O'Keete Gas Appliance Co.,3i-Fiitii av.
SoctbsIdersKlck Formally for Safety-Gatra
nt Railroad Crossings Chief Bleejow
Heard Tbem Affably Olhcr City Bnll
Chief Bigelow was waited upon yesterday
afternoon by Councilmen Donley, Matthews
ana Evans, ot the Southside, and Daniel Mor
gan, chairman ot the committee appointed at
the indignation meeting on the Southside the
other night, the object of the conference being
to secure the Chiefs aid in suppressing the
danger at the Pittsburg, Virginia and Charles
ton Railroad crossings at the cross streets from
Sooth Twenty-filth to Eouth Twenty-ninth
streets. The conference was held in the City
Attorneys office. The committee explained to
Mr. Bigelow that on many streets the cross
streets converge to such an extent that when
an ordinary train stops between Twenty
fifth and Twenty-ninth streets, those and
the intervening streets are blocked until
the train pulls out again. They also pointed
out that hundreds of workingmenhaTe to cross
the tracks at these streets every morning ana
eveaing on their way to and from work, and
they are not only in danger of being killed or
injured, bnt are frequently kept late in getting
to their work if they do not choose to climb
over the moving trains that pass along with
great frequency. Hundreds of school chil
dren, not to speak of the many other citizens
who must cross the tract. daily, are likewise
impeded and their safety endangered. The
committee related incidents to illustrate the
manv troubles these street crossings cause.
One of the incidents was that of a laboring man
on his way to work at Jones fc Laughlms' mill
He lived up on the side of the bill and was a
little behind time and anxious to get
to the mill as quickly as possible. When he
came flown Twenty-seventh street a freight
train blocked the crossing. He waited a mo
ment for the train to move, and then, thinking
he bad plenty of time, started to climb over.
He set his dinner pail on the end sill of a box
car and was just in the act of climbing up him
self when the train started off at a sharp speed.
Being badly frightened, he lumped off to save
himself from Injury, bnt his dinner pail re
mained on the car and went speeding
along toward the other end of the road.
The committee stated that they did not want
saiery gates, as tney wouio, not euro mccm
of which they complained. Overhead bridges
at Twenty-seventh and Thirtieth streets would
be all they would ask at present, except a flag
man at Eighteenth street, where there
is also a great deal of danger. Mr.
Bigelow promised them he would do all
in bis power to helo them out, and said he
would have a conference with Superintendent
D. A. Watt, of the Pittsburg, Virginia and
Charleston road, to see what the company
would be willing to do. The committee will
call again next pi onday for an answer.
Louis Kim, who was also arrested by Officer
James Mulvibill on last Saturday night, was
held for court by Judge McKenna in 1,000
bail for highway robbery. It appeared that
Louis, being an enterprising citizen, thought
an equable distribution of the currency would
be a good financial movement. He accordingly
stopped a boy named John Spaeth at the
Eleventh street bridge, when he was going
home, about 10 days ago, and relieved him of
his week's wages, amounting to 3. The finan
cial transaction resulted disastrously for the
gentleman who attempted to solve the social
and monetary equality question.
The Department of Awards will meet this
afternoon to award the contract for the Im
provement of Grandview avenne, ML Wash
ington. This contract Includes sewering, grad
ing, paving, curbing and building a solid ma
sonry retaining wall along about a mile and
three-quarters of the street, and is one of the
biggest contracts of the year. H. C Howard's
total bid was the lowest among about a half
dozen, but it is quite likely that the work will
be divided up among the bidders, giving to
each that work on which he bid lowest.
The work of the Police Bureau as shown by
the November report,. completed yesterday by
Mayor McCallln, shows a total 1,304 arrests
made in the city during the month. Of these,
862 were made in the First district, 258 in the
Second and 1SS in the Third. Fines were paid
by 488, 238 were sent to iail, 15S to the work
house, 392 were discharged, 15 held for court, 2
sent to the Reform school and 1 to the hospital.
Of the arrests made 533 were drunks, 443 dis
orderly conduct, 99 vagrants, 107 suspicious
characters and 116 for various causes.
Offices Jaues Hultieill yesterday
morning arrested August Webber on a charge
of larceny. He had engaged lodgings at 1151
Penn avenue with a friend a few nights ago,
and during the solemn stillness of the night
arose, and whether in a state of somnambulism
or ot kleptomania is not known, but tbe pockets
of his roommate were found more thoroughly
cleaned out than the city's bank account at the
close of the fiscal vear. Webber was brought
before Judge McKenna and committed to jail
in aeiauit oi ci,uuu naiu
The Councils Committee on Public Safety
yesterday considered the ordinance presented
at the last meetiner of Councils to authorize
the Chief t jhjSD.epartment of-Pablle-Safetyi
w luviiun met ikhui uiu jwuta service, H
suggested by Coroner McDowell. Councilman
Berry moved that a sub-committee be appointed
to investigate the subject, taking in the ques
tions of cost, utility and efficiency. Messrs.
Berry, Nesblt and S. A. Dncan were appointed
as such committee.
Captain Dak Stlvus last evening when
asked what it would cost to have two police
men detailed for service at an evening enter
tainment said very sadly: "In tbe old time it
cost 35 each for tho officers to attend such gath
erings, but I am sorry to say that the value of
tbe force as a circulating medium has depreci
ated, and now you can have the men at the
rate of two for five, but they must not be
called Uwofor under any circumstances. You
can have the men."
The County Treasurer yesterday paid over
to Major J. F. Denmston $17,021 82 due the city
from the liquor license collections. This is
$32,975 03 less than the estimate of the Finance
Committee, which was $50,000. Controller
Morrow feels perfectly certain that the amount
collected will fall far short of tbe estimates
provided this year, and has already, as noted,
commenced to economize as far as possible hv
checking the demands for supplies in every de
partment. Tuekket Jackson Larimer, of the Cen
tral station, leaves for Johnstown to-day to
testify in tbe case against "Gentleman Jim"
(James) McMuUin, arrested in Pittsburg and
taken to Johnstown Monday night. The testi
mony will consist in the tact ot finding tbe
gold watch said to have been stolen on the per
son of tbe prisoner when arrested.
Peeeidewt Fobs, of Select Council, yester
day appointed Messrs. Nisbet, Thirty-first
ward, Robertson, Thirty-fifth ward, and Mon
roe, Twenty-eighth ward, as tbe contingent to
represent beleit Council on the Joint Commit
tee on Free Bridges.
The receipts of the police magistates from
city cases were as follows: Magistrate Gripp.Sl,
291 81; McKenna, $631 GO: Brush, $503 SO: Hynd
man, $665 95; Brokaw, $761 80; Mayor McCallin.
from licenses issued, $60; total, $3,978 46.
The Board of Viewers yesterday held a meet
ing on the ground to fix the valuations for as
sessment for the big Twenty-eighth street
Weak lungs and sensitive throats are se
verely tried by the sudden changes of tem
perature usual in our climate, and in conse
quence asthmatic. affections, inflammation
of tbe lungs, pleurisy, bronchitis and simi
lar complaints are sure to be more or less
prevalent Coughs and colds, tbe forerun
ners of these often fatal complaints, should
be prudently taken in hand on the first
symptoms, by resorting at once to Br.
Jayne's expectorant, an old and well-tried
remedy, certain to remove your cold and to
exert a healing and strengthening effect on
the pulmonary and bronchial organs.
A Special Lot
Of men's fine overcoats just received which
are selling at $12. They include fine chin
chillas, kerseys and beavers in many new
shades. This morning we start the sale of
them at $12. Call and see them.
P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts.,
cpp. the new Court House.
AtThePtople's Store; look at our choice
stvles and quality: always a large stock tn
select from; great reductions in nil millinery
goods. Look at our 25 cent ribbons.
CAiirnELL & Dick.
A Jojon Xinns.
This is not possible if the little ones are
sad or disappointed. Make them happy bv
getting them some of Marvin's Christmas
tdr,and animal cakes. The hearts of the
children yearn for them. t
At Taft's Philada. dental rooms, 39 Fifth
ave., you can get the best set ot teeth for
$8 00. A good set for 85 00".
Fine neckwear for holiday presents.
James H. Aiken & Co., 100 Fifth ave.
Econmnlcnl Ga Firrp. !tvr. Ranges, dec
CKKeefe Gas Appliance Co.,34 Fifth av.
ALL 'the best dealers frn V A-V.
PitUbnrgbeer. Try it. Xoa irfll like it. J
A Food Genaam Mother Traces Her Boy to
Mrs. Ernsteln Pohl, of "Hohenweise,
Schmiedberg, Hisenberg, Germany, wrote a
few days ago to Mayor Pearson, of Alle
gheny, requesting information about hex
son, who she said had been for six years n
teacher in the public, schools. As he hsvd
not.-writteu to her for a year, she feared lie
might have lost his life in the Johnstown
The facts were published and read by -the
son, "William Pohl, a music teacher,' who
yesterday called on Mayor Pearson. He
said he had not written to his mother since
last Christmas, and asked the Mayor" to in
form her that he was well. The Mayor "will
Christmas and Pianos.
Holiday gilts will soon bein order uni
versally, when the all-absorbing topic will
once more arise, "What shall if be?" Ah!
Tnat's the question! But why hesitate?
What's the matter with a good piano or or
gan? "Too expensive," did you say?
There's just where you are mistaken. Be
advised, and before you arrive at a hasty
conclusion you will certainly drop in at
Mellor & Hoene's, 77 Fifth 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. You will find they submit a choiije
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
Rich Cut Glass.
Our stock now complete with every re
quisite for the table or bu&et in all new and
artistic effects. Our prices and depth of
cuttings are the very lowest
122, 154, 156 Federal st, Allegheny.
Fur capes, S5..S10, up to 5125. Visit -this
fur department for Christmas presents and,
once for the choice bargains.
Boggs & Buhl.
Only a few dozen of those 16-in. kid body
bisqne face dolls left at 50c each. Buy one
and secure the greatest bargain of the season
at Harrison's Toy Store, 123 Federal street,
Allegheny. " tts
Economical Gas Fires, Stoves, Ranjres, dec
O'Keefe Gas Appliance Co.,34Fifthav.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED by the Board of Inspectors of
the Western Penitentiary of Pennsylvania, up
to 6 P. It FRIDAY, December 6. 18S9. for brick
arching, concrete and galvanized iron work in
south wing. Details furnished at prison. ED
WARD a WRIGHT, Warden. del-43
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.4A.K. IL,
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. t A. R. R. Co.
PrrrsBUEO, PA,, November 29, 1889.
3PIHE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF
the stockholders of the Pittsburg and
airport Terminal Company will be held at tbe
office of the company, B. 4 0.K.E. station,
corner Smltbfield and water streets, Pittsburg,
Fa.. MONDAY. December 9, 1S89. at 2 p. K.
no21-2! C. S. WIGHT, Secy.
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OP
tbe stockholders of the Pittsburg and Al
legheny Droveyard Comnany will be held at
tbe office of the company, E&O.B.B. station,
corner Smithfield and Water streets, Pittsburg,
Pa., MONDAY, December 9, 1889. at 3 P. II.
PQ2121 C. B. WIGHT. Secy.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. ESTATE OF
Fabian Boehm, deceased. Notice is here
by given that letters testamentary on the estate
ol Fabian Boehm hava neen granted to the un
dersigned, to whom all persons Indebted to said
estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims against the same
should make them known without delay.
ANNA MARY BOEHM, 823 Penn ave.. Pitts
burg. Pa. no28-45-Th
Week Beginning Monday, Dec. 9.
OET WM SAMDAT.
First Appearance In Three Years.
In the following Repertoire:
Monday and Thursday 'Camille."
Tuesday and Saturday, Matinee and Evening
Wednesday and Friday "Renee do Moray."
Sale of Seats Now Open.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
HAIil.t.N ASS u UAltl,
IN LATER ON.
December.0 Clara Morris in Repertoire.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE TO-NIGHT.
BLUE BEARD, JR.
The Greatest Spectacular Operatic Ex
travaganza. Next week Nat C. Goodwin. de3
Every Afternoon and Evening.
A New and Beautiful Drama.
Week Dec 9 My Partner.
HARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
To-night, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday
SHEFFER 4 BLAKELY'S
del-30-D REFINED NOVELTY CO.
E AND RILEY-
Good Seats 60 cents.
WORLD'S MUSEUM ALLEGHENY
CITY Week commencing December 2.
Captain Chittenden's exhibit of rare relics. A
hundred other new objects. Hnme's Very
Funny Farce Comedy GINGER 8NAPS in
Theater. Dec -BABEL,COWBOY PIANIST.
NEAR SCHENLEY PARK.
80 acres land, having a frontage of over 2,800
feet on a good street
21 acres land, street frontage 1,100 feet
S acres, fronting on two streets.
1 acres and 2-story frame dwelling of 6 rooms.
IS acres land near tbe Squirrel Hill Electric
road and Forbes street
IRA M. BURCHFIELD,
168 Fourth ave. deS-64-TTS
Finest location In East End. Lot extending
to another street Price and terms very rea
sonable Mnst be sold at once.
SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO.,
del-29-TnbS 1 99 Fourth ave.
TTm-idrrlodT If not, send youraddressto
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ments on this page sucA at Wanted, For Bale,
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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of tho
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 to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with THE 1)18
THOMAS MCCAF1TKKY, S5o8 Butler street.
EMIL G. BTUCKEY, zith street and Fennave.
. G. STUCKEY ACQ., Wylle ave. and Fultonst
N. STOKELY. fifth Avenue Market Bouse.
J. TV. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
'UCALLISTEK BHE1BLEK, 5 th av. ft AlWOOd St.
JACOB SPOHN. No. 2 Carson street.
H. A. DONALDbON, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAERCHEK, S9 Federal street.
H. 3. McBRIDE. Market Bouse, Allegheny.
FEED B. EGGERS. 17Z Ohio street.
F. B. EGGERS ft SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson street!.
THOMAS McHENRY, Western and Irwin aves.
G.TV. HUGHE3, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PKKEY M. GLEIM. Kebecca and Allegheny aves.
W. W. FLOCE.EB, Stationer. No. 4Ursnt ave.
THE DISPATCH HAS OPENED A
BRANCH OFFICE FOR THE SOUTHSIDE
AT NO. 1220 CARSON STREET, WHERE
ADVERTISEMENTS, NEWS AND SDB
SCRIPTIONS CAN BE LEFT. BOTH FOR
GENERAL EDITIONS, AND FOR THE
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at McELYEEN'a, 1S1 Smithfield st. de5-57
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Apply at once. No. 710 FIFTH AVE. de5-S7
Call on or address FAMOUS,
WANTED-BOILER MAKER, FD1ST-CLAS3
repair worker, at once: none other need
apply. MORRISON'S BOILER WORKS. deS-60
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS CUTTER: ONE
who can speak German preferred. Inquire
at P. J. LOUGHNEY'S, No. 922 Liberty St.
TTTANTED-4 OR 5 GOOD MACHINISTS
vv liayspon ounarr.
Call or address Mc-
LANAHAN ft STONE, HoUldarsburg, Fa.
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED COACH
MAN: one who Is well acquainted with the
streets in the clrr. Armlr J.
1610 and 1612 Second ave.
WANTED-A RELIABLE MAN WHO THOR
OUGHLY understands laying out of iron
bridge work. Apply at the SUIFFLER BRIDGE
WORKS, Forty-eighth St., city. deS-67
WANTED-F1RSTCLAS3 BARBERS FOR
the country: will pay good wages. Apply
at The Leading Barbers Supply Depot. A. ED
LIS ft CO., 504, 5M, 806, 60S. 51(fLlberty st, Pitts
T7-ANTED AN EXPERIENCED SHOE
TV salesman to carry our lines of women's,
misses and children's shoes In Plttstnrg and vi
cinity. HARRISBUBG BOOT AND 8HOEMFG.
CO., Sarrlsburg, Pa. . , no28-77-D
AGENT IN EACH
ntvlvjLTilft for 'HftliTrr
V V town In Western I
Thoughts on Home Ton
Thoughts on Home Topics;" entirely new boo
w rite at once zor excj
XLRO Y, 547 Liberty st
Write at once for exclusive territory, T. C. Mc-
WANTED-REL1ABLE LOCAL AND TRAV
ELING salesmen; positions permanent:
special inducements now: fast-selllngspeclaltles:
don't delay; salary from start
.nurserymen, itocnesier, .n. y,
-TTT-ANTED AGENTS "DODGE'S HORS
VV blanket bolder:" keeps the blanket from
blowing or sliding off the bOrse; nothing like it In
the market every horse owner buys: sample by
mallSSe. STAYNEK ft CO., Providence, K. I.
WANTED-BY THE UNITED STATES
Rolling Stock Company three good axis,
makers and their heaters: must be sober, steadt
men, who can have steady work the yearroundl
Inquire of W. H. CHADDOCK, Superintendent
-U.UM! WW. AW. , UnMl T 1J
"TTT-ANTED AGENTS TO SELL TEA. BAKING
TV powder and pure spices; gifts -with goods:
coke workers, miners or mlllmcn can makemoney
In their spare time: special Inducements toper
sons havfnir Mtnhllnhnd triA YAXfHII!H(
TEA CO., 83 Jackson st, Allegheny, Pa.
U 4.V IV-liS
"TTTANTED-SALESMEN AT S75 PER MONTH
TV salarrand expenses, to sell a Ilneorsllver-
plated ware, watches, etc.: by sample only; horse
and team furnished free; write at once for full
Ssrtlculars and sample case of goods free, STAN
ARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass.
TTTANTED AGENTS FOR OUR ADJUST
V 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; SS to 815 a day easily made selling to
business mpn nnlv; frpn t srnnlpn tn wlUhl. mpn
. Address NEW YORKDOOK PLATE CO., IS Ann
'st, New York. del. Ill
VTT-.AOTED-GOOD AGENTS TO SELL
mat selling nooE mat every iaay needs.
once. 547 LIBERTY ST, Room 3.
"TTT-ANTtD-lMMEDIATELY-A SMART. ACT
VV IVE business woman; mnst be willing, if
necessary, to make short trips for us; good pay,
and expenses. For particulars call on the man
ager, BOOM 16, 701 Smithfield, after 1 r. jr. de5-85
"TTJANIED-TO EMPLOY A FEW LADIES.
V V on salary, to take charge of my business at
taeir homes; entirely unobjectionable; light: very
'Asclnatlng and healthful: no talking required;
permanent position; wages 10 per week In ad
vance; good pay foi part time; my references In
clude some of the best well-known people of Lou
isville, Cincinnati. Pittsburg and elsewhere. Ad
dress with stamp, MBS. MARION WALKER,
Fourth and Chestnut sts., Louisville, Ky.
Male nnd lfemale HelD.
TTTANTED-COOKS; WAGES, fS 50 TO tl 00;
VV chambermaids, diningroom girls, nurses;
100 house girls; German and colored girls; farm
hands; drivers. MRS. E. THOMPSON, 608
Grant st deS-MThs
TTT-ANTED-S WHITE WAITERS, MALE
VV cook, 2 farm hands, cooks, chambermaids
auu nouse gins, uisuwasner,
ruuiu gin. nouseaeeper lor
MEEHAN'S, 545 Grant st.
WyiNTED-A YOUNG MAN OF GOOD AD
DRESS to bnv a half Interest in one or tbe
best paying businesses in the cltv: will stand
thorough investigation. Address BOX Dispatch
office. . de5-83
WANTED-A PARTNER WITH 85.000 TO EN
GAUE in a well-established light manufac
turing business: large profits; parties meaning
business will be treated confidentially. Address
C. 8., Dispatch offlce. . de5-62
TTTANTED-SITUATION AS DRESSMAKER
in private lamiiy. Aaaress L, T., Dispatch
ANTED-STEADY EMPLOYMENT BY A
afraid of work; indoor work preferred.
WANTED-POSITION IN WHOLESALE OR
manufactory business as salesman; sold
shoes for years: want a change to another line.
Address CHAS. BTAKK, Allegheny City, Pa.
TJANTED-6ITUATION JANUARY 1 BY
vv bookkeeper cf one of tbe largest flint glass
factories in Ohio, who must change present local
ity on account hay fever. Address T Dispatch
Boarders and Lodgers.
T)TTA.NTED-OCOUPANTS FOB HANDSOME-
tv iii rurnisnea iront room, racing para.
NO. 23 MONTGOMERY AVE.
Rooms. Houses. 3kc
"rrjANTED TO BENT IMMEDIATELY
VV small house about 9 rooms, all conveniences;
51ve location, terms and full description. Ad
ress GOOD TENANT, Dispatch office. de5-58
Horses, Vehicles, Live Slock, Etc
WANTED-A FINE BIDING AMD DBIVING
horse; give full description. Address O. P.
DEARTH, Box 259, Brownsville, Pa. de5-72
"TTTANTED-HOR3E3 TO WINTER ON A
V V good farm near city, where they will be
well cared for. Inquire of JAMES D.GLOVElt.129
Fonrth ave, Pittsburg,
T7"ANTED-MORTGAGES-il, 000, 000TO LOAN
TV on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
o percent, anu on xarms in Auegnenyana aaja-
cent counties at 8 per cent
wfli iu z onrta avenue.
TTTANTKD-TO x,OAN 8200,000 ON MORT-
V V GAGES: 8100 and upward at 6 per cent;
tax), OX at 4J per cent on residences or business
iJivutm; siBu m aaioiniug eunnues. o. .
125 Fourth avenue.
TTTANTKD-MORTOAGKS-tl00,000 IX) LOAN
.tv on mortgages, in sums irom sow to amuAt
for 3 to 5 years on city property, at very low rates;
write for terms and give description of property.
J. E. GLA.S6, 118 Ffiifc av. && He. KM.
"TtrANTED-SMAXL MOitlGAGEB-L J.TVIL
VV SON. H9 Fourth ave. no3S-S
TTTANTISD - MOKTOAUES - LAKGE AND
VV small. EU. W1T1IHU, 110 Gran? street.
WANTEU-MOKTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
in sums to suit at Hi, 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLE8 ft BAILEY, 1 Fourth ave. Teh 167,
W'ANTED-MOBTGAGEJ ON CrTT KBOl'-
EKTY. OTerM.000: 4H cer cent: no tax.
HENEY A. WEAVES ft
, S2 Fourth avenue.
WANTED KENT3 TO COLLECT AND
houses to rent In all parts of both eltlei and
suburbs: established 1863. W. A. HEKKON ft
BONS, 80 Fourth yyenne
TV in large and small amounts at 1H. 5 and a
per cent, free of State tax: no delay. KKKD IS.
COYLE ft CO.. 131 Fourth ave. mya-CO
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY ON MORT
GAC1EH on lmnrnvpri Trial estate In mtnit of
$300 and upward for 3 or S years at H, 6 and 6 per
tui!'. u.j. x xA4ii.n, r ony-mia anu Duuer sis.
-TTT-ANTED TO LOAN So00,00O. IN AMOUNTS
TV of f3,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on M percent, free or tax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent BLACK ft DAIKD,
85 Fourth avenue. se21-d3-D
WANTED-TO EDECHASE A BAKERY AND
confectionery; will pay cash for rood
stand. Address BUSINESS, Dispatch offlce.
WANTED-HOKSES TO KEEP DDK1NG
the winter: terms very reasonable. Call en
or address R. A. MORRISON, 10 Sixth st, city.
TT7ANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
VV dozen (13) of Stewart ft Co. 's fine cabinet
photos forfl, at SO and S2 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
ANTED-ALL PERSONS HAVING FUtST
rlass referenrft. wlahlnir rmnlarmptiL call
or aaaress iiiiu uixx juirLUX.aLft.ni.
: . j. rii;. -.i. -v..r. Trr..r; ....
BEAU. 67 Fifth ave.
WANTED-EVEBYONE TO KNOW THAT
PEARSON, the leading photographer, of
06 Fifth ave. and 43 Federal St., AlTy., is making
a life size crayon portrait, beautifully framed, and
one dozen cab. photos, all for SD: all line work.
TTANTED-32) ABLE-BODIED MEN TO
TV call and buy our sold filled Elgin stem
winding watches at 113 SO each; other dealers
charge tlS 00 to CO 00 for same watch. M. J.
SMIT, 311 Smithfield st, third door from Fourth
FOR SALE I3IPROVED REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE-A 3-STORY DWELLING HOUSE
of 10 rooms, opposite Second ave. park.
HENRY A. WEAVER ft CO., 82 Fourth ave.
FOR BALE-TWO GOOD BRICK DWELLING
houses: large lot: paved street; half square
from cable line: Eleventh ward; only 13,000. ED.
WITTI3H, 110 Grant St. de5-D
PORSALE-FORH750, '.750 OASH-A NEAT
brlek house 8 rooms, lot 21x100 ft.. In Sixth
ward: only a short walk from the P. O. BeeW.
A. HERRON ft SONS, SO Fourth avenue.
A. HERRON ft bONS, 8T Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-CENTER AVE. A CHOICE 2
story brick bouse of 8 rooms, halL vestibule,
bath, gas and other modern conveniences: lot24x
163 ft. to Wylle ave.; price low; easy terms. L
M. PENNOCK ft SON, 10S Fourth ave. deS-76-TT8
FORSALE-ON SIDNEY, NEAR TWENTY
THIRD st, a complete new brick house, 8
rooms; Just finished; late style, handsome ap
pearance: only M, 750 on very liberal terms. Bee
W. A. HEREON ft BONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
SALE-S25 CASH. REMAINDER IN
s.' montniv installments or rzi; no other n&v
monthly Installments of 825; no other payment
required; a neat brick house, 8 rooms, late lra-
provements; on Sycamore street. Thirty-fifth
wara; price only p,aJU. w. A. xlEKRON ft SONS,
TJIOR 3ALE-MT. WASHINGTON, TJLYS3ES
JJ street a comfortable 2-story frame dwelling
bouse of.8 rooms: hall, cemented cellar, coal and
wood house, frame stable, good well andlarge cis
tern: lot 116x114 ft: price, 5,5i)0: terms easy. I.
M. PENNOCK ft SON. 105 Fourth ave. deS-44-rrg
FOR SALE LAWHENCEVILLJ5-SFECULA-TORS
are Invited to look at this; two good
5-room houses on nice paved lot; rentals yielding
lOper cent net; owner urges prompt sale and au
thorizes us to meet buyer. Call on us. CHARLES
SOMER3 ft CO., 313 Wood st Telephone 1773.
FOR SALE-LIBERTY AVE. AND THIRTY
NINTH St., new modern frame dwelling, S
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 82,800; terms easy.
L. O. FRAZIER, Forty-fifth and Butler sts.
East End Residences.
Tri O R SAL E OAKLAND RESIDENCES.
JP CHARLES SOMERS ft CO., 343 Wood St.
'Telephone 1773. deS-1
FOR SALE-HILAND AVENUE PROPER
TIES. CHARLLSSOMEKS&CO., 313 Wood
TlORSALE-t2,000, EASY PAYMENTS-HOUSE
J of 5 rooms; lot 25 ft. front on Murtlandavr
ite, near Dallas avenue. W. A. HERRON ft
UVB, 80 Fonrth avenue. no!7-l-iiTh
H SALE-5 MINUTES FROM HOMEWOOD
station; 3-room. frame dwelling: lot 25x100:
only 8700; must be sold at once. SAMUEL W.
BLACK ft CO.. 99 Fourth ave. deS-M
T710R SALE-CHOICE DWELLINGS-9 TO 13
JU .rooms, on lorbes st and Coltart Square,
Oakland; late style: elegantly finished; price low,
terms easy. See W. A. HEBRON ft SONS, 80
Fourth avenue. de4-13-uih
FOR 8ALE-H.0C0 WILL BUY A NEW, SUB
STANTIAL modern frame dwelling, well ar
ranged and convenient to steam and cable cars;
located in the finest part orthe East End; it con
tains 6 large roomB, and all modern conveniences,
complete sewerage, etc. ; fine lot 21x133 feet to
alley; terms very easy. L. O. FRAZIER, Forty
fifth ana Butler sts. no30-3-TTBu
FOR SALE-OAKLAND, FOURTEENTH
ward; but few of the many people In this
?:reat city have any conception of the magnitude,
mmense improvement rapid growth and en
hancement orthe now most aeslrable residence
district within our city limits; within 80 days tbe
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 beantlful park around which
run wide streets paved with asphaltum and sew
ered free of cost to the purchaser of one of the
beautiful dwellings facing tbe square, a brief de
scription of which, is here given: Built of brick,
by day work, two sizes, 8 and 9 rooms, halls, bath.
lpsiae snorters ana w. cs, nanasome 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 (500 per annum; 17 or these dwellings have
been sold to representative, business men; the
time consumed in running from the postofiloe to
the square is but 17 minutes, thus giving ample
time to go home for dinner: see the square before
buying elsewhere. BAM'L W. BLACK ft CO.. 99
Fourth ave. no2S-61
FOR SALE-ALLKGHENT PARK PROPER
TIES. CHARLES SOMERS ft CO., 313 Wood
st. Telephone 1773. de5-l
FOR bALE-ONLY 111.000 FOR A WESTERN
avenue. Second ward, Allegheny, residence
or 8 rooms. For full Information see W. A.
HERRON ft SONS, No. 80 Fourth avenue.
FOB BALE A NICE ALLEGHENY HOME
on Pleasant st. with good surroundings, con
venient to parks: substantial brick bouse of six
large rooms, vestibule, ball, batb, h. and c. water,
range, both gases, 1. s. clqsets, etc.: a very at
tractive and salable property at the price, 81,000.
CHARLES SOMERS ft CO., 313 Wood st. Tele
phone 1773. -de5-l
FOR SALE-AT WILKINSBURG-HOU8F, 7
rooms; lot 50X132; 8 minutes rrom sta.; 84,000:
easy terms. W. E. HAMNETT, 404 Bmlthfleld
street Pittsburg, and Wllklnsburg, Pa. de5-53
FOR SALE-SMALL PLACE OF 9 ACRES,
with abundance of fruit of all kind, with a
good bouse of 8 rooms; also a honse of 5 rooms and
one of 2 rooms, large bank barn, etc.: situate
about 10 minutes' walk from Glenfield station; a
food investment. U BERINGEB ft SON, 103
ourth ave. de5-75-Ths
"CIOR SALE-AT WILKINSBURG AN ELE
X GANT residence of 9 rooms, finished attic,
natural gas, bathroom and all modern Improve
ments, with one acre of ground; plenty of fruit
of all kinds; will be sold cheap, as owner must
move in spring. W. E. HAMNETT, 404 Smith
field street Pittsburg, and Wllklnsburg, Pa.
FOR 8ALE-AT WILKINSBURG, CONVE
NIENT to station, X neat 5-roomed frame
houses, lot 33KX100 feet: excellent water in both
houses: natural gas; good, dry cellars: will be sold
very low and on easy payments: full particulars
from MCCUNE ft COULTER, 98 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 Butler turnpike,
near Etna postofflce, will be sold at auction on
Thursday, December 5, at 2 o'clock; lot 30x100:
frame house and store: terms, rourth cash and
three years, A. L1.UUATE ft BON, Auctioneers.
FOR 8ALE A DESIRABLE WILKINSBURG
residence and large lot; 8 spacious and cheer
ful rooms, bath, w. c, lavatory, hot and cold
water, natural gas, pantries and other modern ap-
Sliauces; 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 minutes to rail
road station; exceptionally pleasant and con
venient neighborhood. Particulars from JAB. W.
DRAPE ft Co., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE LOTS.
TRTOH BALE-IN THE HE ABT OF THK CITY. A
JL fine manufacturing site, containing one-third
FUK SALE LeTK.
FgB. SALE-M LOTS IN BYHNE'S PLAN
S?0,;eiTe"r Payments. I.M. FENNOOK i
SON. 105 Fourth avenue. de3--TTS
FOR SALE-CHEAPt-EASr END BUILDING
lots: call or send for printed list. Just issued,
free. W. A. HERKON ft SONS.80 Fourth avenne.
FOR SALE-BUILIHNU LOTS. IS FT. DEEP,
in sizes la iront to suit, on Alder st. near Hl-l?2.t!e.-i
E8' End: location nrt-class. W. A.
HERBONftSON 3, 80 Fourth ave. nol7-ffi-MTh
TJIOR SALE-A LARGE CORNER LOT, 100X133
JL' feet, in tbe ShaUyslde district, East End;
Srice to a prompt buyer, S3. 000; a decided bargain.
VAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., m Fourth avenue. Pitts
FORSALE-THE CHEAPEST LOTS IN THE
marketto-day are to be found in tbe Villa
I ark plan, lirnshton station: no city taxes and
conveniently located: secure plan (book form),
from JOHN F. BAXTER, Agent, 5iS Bmlthfleld
FOB BALE-BAUM GROVE LOTS -THE
choicest i estrlcted property foi private dwell
ings in the EaBt End: for convenience of access
and prospective advancement lu value nothing
else on the marker approaches it Full informa
tion fronvMELLON BROS., East End,or JNO.F.
BAXtEBjAgt, 513 Bmlthfleld street
FOR 8ALE SPECIAL BARGAIN IN IRWTN
ave. Iota, near North ave., to quick buyer.
ALLES A BAILEY, 161 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
TflOR BALE-tlOOO-LOT 21X75, FREMONT ST.,
X! near Pennsylvania avenue. Second ward. Al
legheny: the last of tbe Mohicans on this street
A. LEGGATEftBON. SlFederaUt de-S
FOB SALE LACOCK ST , NEAR -FEDERAL
st, Allegheny: vacant lot 60x100; price I20O
a foot; new buildings being erected on adjacent
lots, which will enhance valne.
SON, 31 Federal st- Allegheny.
TjIOB SALE-AT EDGEWOOD-LOT 10OXI5O; T
-L' minutes irom sta.;fi, iw: easy terms: also lot
145x185. 6 minutes from sla. W. if. HAMNET..404
Bmlthfleld street, Pittsburg, and Wllklnsburg.
FOR SALE-AT WILKINSBUKG-LOTS 30x150;
Rebecca street 8 minutes from sta. : 3S5 down,
hal. your own time. W. E. HAMNETT, 101
Smithfield street 'Pittsburg, and Wllklnsburg.
FOR SALE-AT BRUBHTON-LOT 10x137 ON
Bennett street 5 minutes from sta., 17 0;
also corner lot 40x137, S minutes from sta., 1300.
W. E, HAMNETT, 401 Bmlthfleld st, Pittsburg,
and Wilkinsburg, Pa. de5-5f
FOB 8ALE-A GOOD FARM OF 71 ACRES, ON
line of railroad, about IS miles from tbe city;
dwelling house, outbuildings, orchard, water.etc,
etc.; would exchange In part for city property.
JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth avenue,
OH SALE-A VERY FINE PARM OF 59
acres in a nigh state of cultivation, well wa-
tered by never-failing springs; land rich and pro
ductive; frame house of 1 rooms and an excellent
DanEDamrsituate near Butler, fa. ; price, only
3,800. C. BEBINGEB ft SON, 103 Fourth ave.
FOR BALE-MARKET OABDEN FABM-A
choice little farm of 82 acres In Forward town
ship, 2 miles from Monongahela City; nearly all
cleared: weltwatered: fine soil: orchard- brick
bonse of 9 rooms, large barn and stable, spring
and greenhouse and various outbuildings; price
ow to an Immediate bnTer.
x. ai. rK.iut;a. a
BON, No. 105 Fourth ave.
TTIOB BALE-AT 8100 PER ACRE-28 ACRES OF
.a- iana weu locaiea in xwenty-xnira wara
sldered cheap. See W,
HEBRON ft SONS, 80
FOR BALE-SQUIRREL HILL, NEABSCHEN
LEY Park, 30 acres lana having a frontage
of over X 800 feet on a good street: 21 acres land,
street frontage 1.400 feet; 5 acres fronting on two
streets; 4 acres and 2-story frame dwelling of &
rooms; 15 acres land near the Squirrel Hlllelec
trle road and Forbes street IKA M. BURCH
FIELD. 15a Fourth ave. de3-25-TbSM
VOU SALE BUSINESS.
SALE-GBANT ST. BUSINESS PBOP-
EBTY-lstorvbnlldlng. size 24x100: 12 rooms
buu Bboreruum; special Dargain.
. -.. vzr. ;. . wi .
BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
FOB SALE-FIFTH AVE.-FKAME HOUSE;
storeroom and 7 rooms: natural gasand water:
lot 20x120; rents 312: taxes and ground rent 1100: 5
years' lease from February, 1890: price only I80O.
SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO.. 96 Fourth avo.
FOR SALE-STORE AND DWELLING, ON
Butler street near Thirty-seventh st , a good
2-story biick store and dwelling; lot 28 ftlolnx
104 ft. 7 In. deep along an alley; price low. L M.
PENNOCK ft SON, No. 105 i ourth ave.
TTtOK SALE-HOTEL STAND IN A GOOD
J? town In Stark county, Ohio, consisting of a
15-room hotel building, large stable, etc.; lot72x
160 feet: price only 82,000. or will exchange for city
property. C. BEKIN GEK ft BON, 103 Fourth ave,
FOR BALE-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 1 rooms, cellar,
water and both kinds gas in each: lot 43x61 feet
L M. PENNOCK ft BON, 105 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-AN INTEREST IN A RETAIL
grocery store to a man capable of running the
business. Address Q. B. O., Dispatch office.
FOR SALE-BUblNESS-NICKLE IN SLOT
Machines Co., automatic Waukesha water
fountains, tanks, patents and contracts: a great
suecess here last summer. For particulars ad
dress H. M. BLACK, 821 Penn ave. ds5-6S
IOR SALE DRUG STORES. GROCERY
stores, nrlntlng offlce. wall psoer and notion
store, and other good business chances: we also
have a purchaser for a well located cigar store.
PEKCIVAL ft CHAPMAN, 67 Fifth ave., second
FOR BALK-A VERY FINE SANDSTONE
quarry on the West Penn Railroad, with a
200-foot face and rock !0 feet thick; R. R. siding,
tools, derrick, blacksmith shop, boarding house,
etc.: price only 84,000. C. BEHINGERASON. 118
Fourth ave. deS-75-Ths
FOB SALE-DRUGGISTS LpOK AT THIS;
drug store: good location In city; nice store
room; plate glass front: solid walnut fixtures;
clean stock: a place for business; on small invest
ment: 11,800 will secure It to a quick buyer.
CHARLES BOMERS ft CO., 313 Wood st Tele
phone 1,773. de5l
FOR SALE-BLACKSMITH AND WAGON
shop, with a one-story house of two large
rooms and good attic; also stable, etc., with one
aere of ground;. about 30 minutes' walk from
onarpsnurg; price OLiy si,wm; an excellent oppor-
tunltyfor a blacksmith,
103 Fourth ave.
U. DJUUIl ur.it s. duj,
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; about 150 acres of
solid coal; side track space for 50 cars: rare open
ing for anyone who understands tbe coal busi
ness. JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth ave.,
FOB SALE-AN OLD ESTABLISHED AND
successful light clean mercantile business:
no opposition, and first-class location; established
27 years: doing a businessof 10,000 per annum;
owner must sell on account ot Infirmities; this Is a
first-class opening which we can highly recom
mend: will require about rzooo cash. See L. O.
FRAZIER, Forty-fifth and Butler sts. no30-8-TTSu
FOR SALE-GROCERY STORES IN BOTH
cities, from 8350 to 110,000; cigar stores 8250,
8350, 8500. 11,800; shooting gallery paying 875 per
week clear or expenses: fine city and country
drugstores: general country stores: good paying
slate roofing business in live town; boarding
houses, milk routes, confectioneries, bakeries ana
many other good business chances. BHEPABDft
CO., 54 Fifth ave. noB
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, etc
FOR BALE-ONE HORSE TEAM COMPLETE.
Apply to A. L. BEBER, Cherry and Oak
Machinery and Metals.
FOR SALE ENGINES AND BOILERS NKW
and refitted: repairing promptly attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY ANDMACH1NECO..L1M.,
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. anlO-29
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers: all sizes and styles In stook, rrom 4 to
100 h. p. ;all refltted;good as new, at lowest prices;
portable engines, 8 to 25 h. p. ; boilers all sizes
and styles. J .8. YOUNG, 23 Park way, Allegheny,
-wTuiK sarrc NOW ONE 8ECOND-HANI1
JC tenoning machine, 2 surface planers and 1 I
hsner.and new and second-hand engines. boilers. I
lard kettles, tar tanks. Slemen valves, castings,
etc VELTE 4 MCDONALD, Thirty-second st
and Penn ave. jvzi-sii-TTS
1TiOBB.I,K-A GKANDPATHEB'B CLOCK IN
J good running order: is SO years old; price as
Apply at BOYEB HOTEL, Dnqnesne way. de5-53
TT10B SALE THE LARGEST SELECTION OF
JD genuine diamonds in the city at BMIT'S. 311
Bmlthfleld st, third door from Fonrth ave. All
goods marked In plain figures. del-97-TTBU
LOST-PACKAGE OF FBOMISSOKY NOTES
ot value to owner only. Liberal reward lor
tbelr return to B. HUMPHREY, 543 Bmlthfleld
st. city. de4-8
LOST-81TU K WILL BUY YOU AN ELEGANT
pair of Khtne or Voltaic stone eardrops,
mounted in solid gold: scarf pins from 75e to 81 75,
and all other goods In proportion. M. J. SMIT,
311 Smithfield st. third door from Fourth are.
FOUND-THAT YOU CAN BUY SOLID
gold baby rings for o at M. j. SMTt'S, ail
BaUSaeld H.t MUrd Ooor ftus Jfoarth ave.
mo LET-TWO BEAUnFUKDWi.
J. seven rooms, hall and bathroom, .
on Tblrty-serenlh street: rent very lo
ARMSTRONG, Real Estate and-Ins. A
Penn ave. r.
fast End Residence. "
mO LET-7-ROOMED HOUSE ONDENNISTON
X ave.. East End; both gases, hot and cold
water, bath, range, etc; within two minutes'
walk from depot; rent (25 a month. Inquirer H.
T. DUBHFIElD, N o. 213 Fifth ave. de5-96
mOLET-A VERY DESIRABL1THOUSE, AL-
i MOST new: 10 rooms; very cheap; No. 69
Fremont cor. Franklin st, Allegheny. See W.
A. HERRON ft SON&, 80 Fourth ave. de5-81-KTbS-
OHces. Desk Boon, etc
TO LET-I30D PER YEAR-A LARGE, WELL
LIGHTED office with all modern conven
iences; newly patnted and papered: has two large
closets for storage room. Inquire at GERMAN LA
SAVINGS BANK, 123 Woodst noIl-D
TO LET YOU CALL AT ONCE AND EXAM
INE our line of diamonds, watches. Jewelry,
silverware, etc. M. J. BM1T, 311 bmlthfleld st,
third door from Fourth ave. del-97-TTSu
PERSONAL-NEW BOOKS-HUNDREDS OF
new books, nicely bound In cloth gilt at Sic
each: many fine books in elegant bindings: come
and Bee tbem. LEVI'S BOOKSTORE, Liberty
st, nearNlntb. , nc3-33
PEKSONAL-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 S9 50 and np; gold filled
Elgin watches, SI3 60; gold rings from 25c up, at
XL. i. SMIT'B, 311 Bmlthfleld 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 Jar occa
sioned by. the wife insisting on being allowed to
renovate his wearing apparel, and which, ot
course, was done in a bungling manner; In order
to prevent tbe 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 lu their household. Telephone 1558.
THE LAST WEEK,
COMMENCING, MONDAY. DECEMBER 2,
OVER $150,000 WORTH
F1NE FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY
GOODS, CARPETS, RUGS, Era,
BY AUCTION 1
723 AND 725 LIBERTY ST.,
Sales, Morning; Afternoon and Evening,
N. B. Special accommodations provided for
GEO. D. RIDDLE, Att'y, Nc 118 Diamond St.
ORPHANS? COURT SALE ESTATE
Mary Meredith, dee'd. By virtue of an
order of the Orphans' Court of Allegheny
county, at March term. No. 7, 1SS9, in partition,
I will expose at public sale, on the premises, on
THURSDAY. Dec 12, at 3 o'clock P. H.. tbe
following described real estate: A lot or piece
of ground, situate in the Third ward of the city
of Allegheny, county of Allegheny and State
of Penna being lot No. 35. in Hugh S. Flem
ing's plan of lots, recorded in Recorder's Office
aforesaid, of tbe connty of Allegheny In Plan
book, vol. J, part 1, page 106 having a front
age of 20 feet 6 inches on tbe easterly side of
Sandusky st and extending back in an east
erly direction, preserving the same width along
the line of a 3-foot alley on tbe north sldeof said
lot to line of J. H. Sewell property. Being the
same premises which Mathew Graham and
wife by deed, dated June 2L A. D. I860, and re
corded in the Recorder's office aforesaid. Deed
Book, vol. 248, page 159, granted ana conveyed
to the said Mary Meredith, dee'd. Terms of
sale One-third cash on delivery of deed, bal
ance three equal annual Installments secured by
tight bond and mortgage on the premises with
interest JAMES MILUGAN, Trustee. A. J.
PENTECOST, Auctioneer. 113 Grant street
HENRY AUCTION CO.. LIMITED.
ATTRACTIVE AUCTION SALE OF FINE
buggy, carriage, bay mare, stable goods,
Siano, furniture, carpets, etc. etc, at the resl
ence 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 inare. harness, hose and
stable outfit: elegant Stelnway piano, solid wal
nut parlor suit, lur rugs, lace curtains, mahog
any cabinet, ornaments, pictures, desk, concb,
Wilton velvets and body bmssels carpets, oak
ball rack with French plate class, carved oak
chamber suit, fine walnut chamber suit, ward
robe, bedsteads, bureaus, rockers, chairs, wash
stands, line Doulton dinner set of ISO nieces,
glass and silverware, walnut sideboard, leather
dining chairs, walnut extension table, laundry
acd kitchen goods, etc.
Honse open at 8 o'clock morning of sale.
HENRY AUCTION CO., UM.,
A T AUCTION-
FRIDAY MORNING, December e,
At the Rooms, No. 311 Market st,, at 10 o'clock.
Fine line of parlor suits in crushed and silk
plushes, brocatelles. rng3 and hair cloth, easy
chairs, couches, rockers, cabinets, bookcases,
secretaries, desks, wilton, velvet and body
brussels carpets, linoleum, rugs, shades, cur
tains, chambersuits, bureaus, wasbstands, bed
steads, chiffoniers, folding beds, hair and husk
mattressses, mirrors, picture?. wiUowwarc fine
sealskin sacque, iron safe, stoves, revolving
chairs, springs, china, glass and silverware, no
tions, dress goods, fur trimmings, etc
HENRY AUCTION CO., UM., Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALE ON SATURDAY, DE
CEMBER U. A property on Taylor
street, Bloomfleld. Sixteenth ward, containing
S bouses, grocery store, and suitable lots for
everybody. Information is given by BERN
HARD HILTERMAN, No. 110 Taylor street,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THIS
report of Viewers on tbe damages caused
by the grading of Urbaca alley, from 128 feet
south of south enrb line of Davison street to.
present pavement, has been approved by Coun
cils, 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 Dept of Public Works.
PITTSBURG PA, Nov. 30, 18S9. noSO-11-D
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THATTHE
report of Viewers on the grading and
paving of Urbana alley, from a point 123 feet
south 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
within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
Pittsburg, Pa, November 80, 188a.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
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 w.U
be final, unless an appeal is filed in tbe Court
of Common Pleas within ten (10) days from
date. ELM. BIGELOW.
Chief of Dert of Public Works.
Pittsetjbg, Pa, November SO, 1889.
OT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1 tbe reports of Viewers on the openinir of
Bennett street from Frankstown avenne to
tne city line, ana ikeiiy street, irom film
avenue to tne city line, have been approved by
Councils, which action will be flnas unless an
appeal is filed in tbe Court of Common Pleas
within ten (10) days from date.
Chief of Dept of Public Works.
PxrTSBUBO, PA, November 30, 1SS9.
Ofticb ot tits Crrr Treasurer. 1
Pittsbubg, December 2, 1889. (
NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the duplicates for the second as
sessments of water rents (for new buildings
completed since April 1, 1SS0.) 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,
1880, will be placed in the bands of W. R.
Ford, Collector of Delinquent Taxes, with 5
per cent added, for collection.
rie33S-T City Treasurer.
WAX.TKBJ.OSBOUBXE. RICHARD BARBOW3.
BARROWS 4 OSBOURNE
80 DiajBond street
No. 6 Two ste.
practice vessel of abu
Gunboats No. S and No.
in accordance with the .
aforesaid act of March 2,1889.
August third, eighteen bundreu
entitled 'An act to increase the im.
ment,' so far as applicable, shall
construction of the two steel ennboa
said vessels shall be of domestic manufac ,-iev
ijie JTUcfcii3 vessel is w u cousirucieuftasixe
quired by tbe aforesaid act of September,?
1883. viz: "To be built by contract in accord
ance with tbe terms of tbe 'act to increase thsf
naval establishment,' approved Angnsttblrd.'Q
eighteen nunarea ana eighty-six." The con
tracts for the construction of said vessels
will contain provisions to the effect thaf
tbe contractor guarantees- that when
completed and tested for speed, nnder condK
tionsto be prescribed by tbe Navy Depart
ment, the speed developed by said gunboats
upon such trial shall be not less than an aver
age of 13 knots per honr, maintained success
fully for four consecutive hours, during which
period the air pressure in the flreroom shall
not exceed one-half inch of water; and tbe
speed developed by said practice vessel upon
such trial shall not be less than an average of
12 knots per hour, maintained successfully for
four consecutive hours, during which period
the air pressure in tbe ash-pita shall not exceed
one-half inch of water; and in the case of each
vessel, for every quarter knot of speed so de
veloped above said guarantee, the contractor
shall receive a premium, over and above the)
contract price of five thousand dollars; and for
every quarter knot that such vessel falls of
reaching said guaranteed speed, there shau be
deducted from tbe contract price the sum of
five thousand dollars: bnt that If, nnder the
conditions prescribed as aforesaid, cither of
said gunboats shall tail to success! nlly develop
and maintain, for four consecutive hours, an
average speed of at least 12 knots
per boar, she shall be rejected, and
if, nnder such conditions, said practice
vessel shall fail to develop and main
tain, for such period, an average speed of at
least 11 knots per hour, she shall be rejected.
Said vessels are to be constructed In accord
ance with plans and specifications provided or
adopted by tbe Secretary of the Navy. Plans'
and specifications, forms of proposals embrac
ing a genenl statement of provisions
to be included in the contract for
the vessels will be prepared by,
this Department, and may bo seen and
examined at tbe department, where all in
formation essential to bidders can be obtained.
Said vessels must be completed within two
years from the dates of the respective con
tracts, and payments on each vessel will be,,
made in twenty equal installments, as the work,
progresses, upon bills duly certified, from
which ten per cent will be reserved to be paid'
on the fnll and final completion of the con-'
tracts. The cost of said gunbeaas, excluding1
the cost of armament, but including equip-,
ment is limited to an amount not exceeding
$350,000 each, and tbe cost of said practice ves-r
sel is limited to an amount not exceeding $260,-
000. Proposals for the construction of said ves
sels will be received "from every American,
shipouilder and other person who shall show.'
to the satisfaction of tbe Secretary of the
Navy, that within three months from tbe date
of the contract he will be possessed of the
necessary plant for the performance of the work
in tbe United States which he shall offer to
undertake." Tho evidence thus required must
accompany the proposals or be submitted to the
department in advance. Each proposal must
include the construction of both tbe vessel and
her machinery complete in all respects, as re
quired by the plans and specifications, and
contracts will be made separately for each
vessel. including hull and machin
ery. Proposals for each vessel are
divided into four classes, as follows:
Proposals for Hull and Machinery. Class L
For the construction uf the hull and ma
chinery, including engines, boilers and appur
tenances, complete in all respects. In accord
ance with the plans and specifications provided
by tbe Secretary of the Navy. Proposals for
Hull and Machinery. Class 2, For the con
struction of the huB and machinery, including
engines, boilers and appurtenances, complete
in all respects, in accordance with the plans
and specifications provided by tbe contractor.
But no such proposal will be considered unless
accompanied by as lull and complete plans and
specifications of such hull and machim ry as
are issued by the Department for tbe vessel;
and a satisfactory guarantee of tbe results of
the same if adopted. Proposals for Hull and
Machinery. Class S- For the construction of
the bull according to the plans and specifica
tions provided by the Secretary of the Navy.
the contractor to put In engines, boilers and .
appurtenances of any design which he may
consider more suitable than those called for by
said plans and specifications, not to exceed,
however, in weight nor in the space to be
occupied, that allotted in said plans and
specifications. Bnt no such proposal win be,
considered unless accompanied by as full,
and complete plans and specifications of such,
proposed engines, boilers and appurtenances
as are issued by the Department for the vessel. ,
and a satisfactory guarantee of the results of
the same If adopted. Proposals for Hull and
Machinery. Class 4. For the construction of
the machinery, including engines, boilers and
appurtenances, complete In all respects, in ac
cordance with the plans and specifications pro
vided by the Secretary of the Navy. For the
construction of the hull complete in all respects
In accordance with the plans and specifications
provided by tbe contractor: but no such pro
posal will be considered unless accompanied by
as full and complete plans and specifications of
such hull as are issued by the Department for -the
vessel, and a satisfactory guarantee of the
results of the same if adopted. The arrange
ments for tbe accommodation 01 ail machinery,
coal, armament.flttings, equipments and stores
complete, mnst oe for the same articles and
equally convenient and commodious as those,
contained in the Department's plans and speci
fications. Bidders who may desire to offer to
construct mora than one of said vessels, may
embrace. In one proposal, either two or three
of said vessel", tne price ot each being given
separately. Bidders are not restricted to one
proposal, i. e the same bidder may propose for
one or more of the vessels under one or more
of the four classes of proposals, as above speci
fied. Each proposal must be accompanied by
a cash deposit or satisfactory certified cheek
payarjie to tne oraer 01 tne secretary 01 me
Navy, which shall become the property of the
United States in case the successful bidder
shall fallta enter Into tho requisite contract
and to furnish the requisite security on the ac
ceptance of his proposal. The amonnt of such
deposit or check must not be less than 5 per
cent of the amount of the bid, bnt bidders in
cluding more than one vessel in their proposal
will not be required to submit therewith a cer
tified check exceeding in amount the sum of
830.000. All deoosits and checks of bidders
whose proposals shall not be accepted will, on,
the award of the contracts, be returned to,
them: the deposits or checks of each successful ;
oiaaer wiu do returned to mm wuen nis con
tract has been duly entered into and the requi
site security furnished. Every bidder will be
required, within 20 days after the acceptance of
his proposal, to enter into a formal contract for
tbe faithful performance of the work and to
Svea satisfactory bond for such performance
a penal sum equal to 15 per cent of the
amonnt of his bid. Proposals mnst be made. In
duplicate, in accordance with forms which will
be furnished on application to the department.,
inclosed in sealed envelope', addressed to the
Secretary of tbe Navy, Navy Department,
Washington. D. C, and marked "Proposals for
tbe constrnction of gunboat No. . or practice
vessel" (as the case may be). The Secretary of
the Navy reserves tbe right to reject any or all
bids, as, in bis judgment, tho interests of the.
Government may require. B. F. TRACY, Seo
retary of the Navy. no21-68-Th-ja21
Piney Woods Hotel.
Season opens December 4. 18S9.
SI. A. BOWER, Proprietor.
Crip Mlvitnlaa sofa atn f1fOV
WM. E. DAVIESS, Manager, ThomasviHe, Gs.V
or jr. A. .ts uuiAi.au. windsornoiei,r..x.i-iiy?.
SIXTH AVENUE DYE WORKS,
M. HAY SONS & CO:
ciiiAji ixtua ajxu stuuiuiiw r. a
Auu kgucim caui4(uia u& c..v -mw.ivo, .Mr
dieS' and gentlemen's soiled or faded garments;
neauy cleaned or restored in coior. wuitaiua
of every description carefully attended to.
M. MAY SONS & CoJ
JoU-TTS 68 SIXTH AVE. Pittsburg.' Pajj
HOLIDAY GOODS-BOYS WATC
Si and np; misses' solid sliver wa
$3 60 and np; tine gold watches, dian.
Jewelry, silverware, clocks, spectacles.. el
WILSON'S, 61 Fourth ave Pittsl
Watches and Jewelry carefully repaired. Ufa
p A. BALPH,
U Seventh avenue.
Telephone 1314. se38.TT31
HAND83 FIFTH AVENUE, .3
PUtaburg, Pa, a.p3