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'THEPITTSBUEG DISPATCH, .SATUEDAY, DECEMBER , 188&:
. tfhe Local Window Glass Combina
tion is flow Almost Assured.
IMPORTANT CONFERENCE HELD.
'Workings of tho United Glass Company
Explained in Detail.
PITTSBURG FACT0EIE8 TO BE UNITED
The qniet little meeting that took place
yesterday afternoon at Messrs. B. C.
Schmertz's offices between three United
Glass Company officials and a fall repre
sentation of Pittsburg's window gists
manufacturers will possibly tend to remove
all obstacles from the path of, and smooth
the way for, the local combine of window
glassmen, of which so much has been
already said. It has been sufficiently noto
rious in window glass circles lor some time
past that there was a very considerable dif
ference of opinion among those interested
as to the plans of organization and
details of the combination, and it
was even said that the projectors
of the new amalgamation were beginning to
feel doubtful as to their final success. To
remedy this state of affairs an invitation
was accorded to the President of the United
Glass Companv, Mr. Thomas D. Catlin, of
Ottawa, III., the Treasurer, Mr. M. B. De
Long, of Utica, N. Y., and one of the local
managers, Mr. "W. N. Xoble, of Ithaca, X.
Y., to journey on here and enter into the
details of organization, and subsequent
management of the United Glass Company.
This these gentlemen did, and yesterday lor
more than three hours entertained the local
manufacturer with all the minutiae apper
taining to the large corporation which they
represent The result of the discussion to
judge by the pleased appearance of those
present on breaking up must nave Deen
very satisfactory ; and what was picked up
in the course of the evening would seem to
point to an early and successful realization
ot the scheme.
A SUCCESSFUL COMPANY.
For the short time that the United Glass
Company has been in existence, it is re
ported as beine eminently successful. The
company has been in operation about a
year. It originated in the East by obtain
ing the control of the Canastota, Cleveland,
Bernhardt's Bay, Ithaca, Utica, Clyde,
Covington and Dnnbarton factories in the
State of If ew York, and those at 'Wellsboro
and Blossburg in this State. About four
months ago it extended its operations by
taking in the factories at Meadville,
Bavenna, Lanesville and Bowling Green,
and at . Ottawa, Streator and Bock
Island in Illinois. To do' this it
increased its capital to $1,500,000. As is
understood, the factories mentioned are ab
solutely the property of the company, which
manages them from its head office in
Chicago. In many instances the old pro
prietors remain in as managers on salary,
and as shareholders take a lively interest in
the welfare of the corporation.
It was said yesterday that it was not an
utter impossibility that the corporation
should further extend its meshes so as to
embrace the Pittsburg factories. It was
argued that the real estate value of the
properties, besides their worth as going con
cerns would militate against the fulfillment
of this far-reaching scheme, but it was said,
on the other hand, that this obstacle was one
easily surmounted by providing the neces
sary increase in capital. This was a subject
touched upon at the meeting, but just ex
actly what had been done in relation to the
project, the members present were not at all
desirous of saying.
Mr. "Watson, of McCully & Son, was ac
costed on his way to his office and asked if
the United Glass Company was seeking to
aDsoro tne irmsDurg lactones. i
"Well, now von are hard on me," he re- I
"What were you discussing at the meet
ing?" "What meeting?"
"At K. C. SchmerU & Co.V
"Oh, just having a little talk."
"What is President Catlin doing here?"
CATLIN qiVIHG ADVICE.
"Just giving us a little talk. Going into
a few details about the proposed but really
now you must excuse me," and the gentle
man disappeared within his office. Subse
quently other glass men were seen, but they
reticent as usual.
XioefSer was located and broached
on the subject of the meeting, but he
would neither confirm nor deny the report
anent the United Glass Company's desire to
absorb the local factories, and would only
admit that Mr. Catlin had been giving them
Later Mr. Catlin "was approached, and on
being asked to mention the purport of the
"We were talking about the condition of
the trade and the markets, and I entered
into some details relative to the working of
the United Glass Company. As yon are,
no doubt, aware, your people are consider
ing tbe practicability of incorporating their
interests within one concern, and they
wished to know how the 18 factories com
posed within my company were managed,
and how the details of the corporation were
arranged. It is always difficult to get a set'
oi men wnose interests conflict to combine
in such a way as I have mentioned. There
are always a few who seem undetermined
as to what course they should take.
I believe that your manufacturers
will now come together and combine their
interests. It is what I should wish, as I
would much sooner have one big concern
for a competitor than a number of small
ones. "When they incorporate their interests
we shall have but one concern to deal with
on the score of prices rather than a dozen,
as at present found in the association. The
ten factories here should make a very nice
concern, indeed, and I conceive that such
will soon be bronchi about."
"Does your corporation contemplate ab
sorbing the factories in this district?"
"Ob, as to that I don't know. The real
estate value of the factories is very large,
and the deal would be a very big one. I
can say, anyhow, that at present there is no
such intention. Tbey will make a very
nice concern of themselves.0
"Will tanks ever supersede pots in this
country, Mr. CatUn?"
"On that point I cannot speak. I have
no experience. I do not even know the per
centage of best qualities obtained from the
tank at Streator. The tank has capacity for
18 blowera, 6 in a shift I can sav, though,
that, in my opinion, pots will always re
quire to be used where the best grades of
glass are desired. The condition ot trade is
good, and I don't think the rates for glass
will bettered for the present. They are
low enough, however, and need not be so
low to compete with imported glass."
M'GAW WAS BEJJJSIATED.
A Local Assembly Take Issue With the
Atlanta Convention K. of L.
Last night "Warehousemen's Assemblv
So. 7190. Knights of Xabor, of which
Homer L. McGaw was a member before his
expnlsion by tbe Atlanta Convention of the
order, reinstated him. At the meeting
Secretarv James Carroll read a communica
tion from the General Secretary announcing
that Mr. McGaw had been expelled.
Under the law a member expelled, it was
announced, could be reinstated by a three
fourths vote of is local assembly. The
motion to reinstate Mr. McGaw was offered
and adopted unanimously by a rising vote.
Axesolntion was also passed to give the
action of the assembly to the press.
Catalogues illustrated and printed.
Pittsbubg Photo-Engravtno Co.,
75, 77, 79 Diamond street
Made comfortable by wearing our feet slip
ners for vnnne and old at low prices.
Cain & "Vebneb, Fifth and Market sVxesrrulBgSecretry.
HIGHEST GRADE OF ART,
In the Statuary to bo' Seen at the Store of
Hardy & Hayes.
The exquisite-work of the sculptor is seen
in the charming objects, chiseled from
purest Italian marble as white as a snow
drift, at Hardy & Hayes', 629 Smithfield
street. These beautiful works bear the fol
lowing titles: "Spring" is a dainty little
damsel's head and shoulders; another bear
ing tne same name is an exquisite bust;
"Grandmother's Glasses" shows a demure
little maiden assuming the role of grandma;
"First Knitting" is a lovely child giving
her whole attention to the homely task in
her dimpled hands; "Don't Touch Me" is
tne ngnre ot a shrinking, modest, loveiy
maiden. Bach and all of these are in the
highest style of the sculptor's art
Another article in the maze of beautifnl
things at this place is a wonderful and most
graceful table in bronze, with onyx top.
The metal is fashioned into leaves, sprays
and other designs, in a way to reveal the
hand and brain of a master in such work.
This table is from the Paris Exposition, and
is alone worth a visit of inspection to the
store of Hardy & Hayes.
The holidays are approaching, and you
are doubtless thinking of how you will glad
den the hearts of your family with a beauti
ful piano or organ. Many pianos are offered.
"You will hardly know which to buy. Take
the Kranich & Bach, and run no risks. It
is the very best the market affords. Its con
struction is superior to any piaro made.
The increasing sales attest its popularity.
We can refer to hundreds of purchasers in
the two cities. We have also the elegant
"Stultz & Bauer" and Jas. M. Starr pianos,
Miller and Packard organs. Prices and
terms to suit all. Warerooms open evenings
until after the holidays.
IiECHNEB & SCHOENBERGEE,
69 Fifth avenue.
S. Hamilton's Specialties.
In response to the growing demand, we
have just opened a department of small
goods embracing everything kept in a first
class music .house. Violins, guitars, banjos,
drums, fifes, strings of all kinds; indeed
everything needed for home orchestras,
bands, etc All our goods are from the most
reliable and celebrated makers. Fall value
is assured you. Please favor us with an
order and tell your friends. Personal at
tention given to orders by mail.
Gent's furnishings to-day.
The largest and most complete line in the
More of every line than is shown else
where, and lowest prices.
Jos. Horns & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Hen's furnishings; handsomest lines and
styles new neckwear ever shown in either
city 25c to $2 50. New handkerchiefs,
snspenders, mufflers, smoking and honse
coats, English, Japanese and American.
Come and see. Open till 10 o'clock Satur
day. Boggs & Buhl.
82 00. 82 00. 83 00.
The sales are increasing daily in onr gents'
$2 morocco, patent-leather, trimmed chamois
lined slippers. They make very acceptable
Xmas presents. Cain & Vebneb,
Fifth ave. and Market st.
We will close out our entire stock of dress
goods, wraps, underwear, etc, without re
serve, to give us more room for wall paper.
Come for bargains to 63 and 70 Ohio street,
tts Arthur, Schonselmyrr & Co.
A new 50-cent Biarritz glove misses
novelty Biarritz gloves. Ladies and cents'
gloves the best and cheapest.
Jos. Horne & Co.
A Joyous Xtnas.
This is not possible if the little ones are
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sad Or disappointed.
Mace them happy bv
j getting them some of Marvin's Christmas
loys una animal cases. J-ce nesrts oi tne
children yearn for them. ( d
S3 00. S3 OO. S3 OO.
Cold weather shoes for tender feet. Ask
for the "California" shoe at ?3 00.
Cain & VERNER,Fifth ave. & Market st
"When overworked yon will be greatly re
freshed and benefited by a glass ot Franen
heim & Yilsack's Iron City beer. Insist on
At Tail's Philada. dental rooms, 39 Fifth
ave., you can get the best set ot teeth for
$8 00. A good set for $5 00.
Aprons for Xmas presents. See our
special 25c, 35c, 50c, 65c, 75c and $1 styles.
.Bargains you want to see.
Boogs & Buhl.
Our own importations. All the new
things from all the famous potteries. Lowest
prices, atBeizenstein's, 152, 154, 15G Federal
st, Allegheny. 4 ttssu
. . 9
Slipper, Slippers, Slipper,
For Xmas at Cain & Verner's, Fifth avenue
and Market street
25 per cent cheaper than ever before.
Those dolls, doll carriages, cribs, beds, etc,
at Harrison's Tor Store. 123 Federal street.
Brocade and Fancy
Velvets and plushes in colors and black re
duced to 25a and 50c per yard to close.
H. J. Lynch, 438 and 440 Market st.
Silk and satin embroidered suspenders.
James H. Aiken & Co., 100 Filth ave.
Made comfortable by wearing our feet slip
pers; for young and old at low prices.
ICatjt & Vernke, Fifth and Market st
VT O T I C K-MEETINO MACHINISTS-
JLl Pittsburg Lodge No. S3, National Associa
tion of Machlnits. meets every
At No. 81 Fourth avenue, at 7:30 o'clock.
31HE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF
tbe stockholders of tbe Plttsbnrg and
airport Terminal Company will be held at the
office of the company, B. 4 0.K.R. station,
corner Smithfield and water streets, Pittsburg,
Pa MONDAY. December 9. 18S9. at 2 p.m.
no2424 C. S. WIGHT, Secy.
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF
the stockholders of the Pittsburg and Al
legheny Droveyard Company will be held at
the office of tho company, B. fc O. R. R. station,
corner Smithfield and Water streets. Pittsburg.
Pa., MONDAY, December 9, 18S9. at 3 p. M.
no24'J4 C. B-- WIGHT. Secy.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CiSIVED by the Board of Inspectors of
the Western Penitentiary of Pennsylvania, up
to 6 P. K. FRIDAY. December 6, 1SS9. for brick
arching, concrete and galvanized Iron work in
couth wing. Details furnished at prison. ED
WARD a WRIGHT. Warden. del-43
rlRON MANUFACTURERS. OFFICE
or the Light-House Engineer, Third Dis
trict Tompkinsville, N. Y December S, 18S9.
Sealed proposals will be received at this oQce
until 12 o'clock noon of MONDAY, the twenty
third day of December, lbS9. for furnishing the
materials and labor of all kind-i necessary
for the completion and delivery on tbe site of
tbe metal-work ot tbe Coney Island Light
House, New York. Plans, specifications,
forms of proposal, and other information may
be obtained on application to this office. The
right Is reserved to reject any or all bids, and
to waive any defects. D. P. HEAP, Major of
Engineers, U. 8. A. L. H, Engineer. Third
ATTENTION ALLENTOWN TURN VER
EIN. Tbe annual election for officers of
me aDove association win be held in tbe Turn
xiauon aiukuai ntmuni, Decembers,
at 8 o'clock. Bv order nTTARf.TOt MAOKT.
First Speaker. JOSEPH ITALXENER, Cor-
JS3-JHpIay advertitemenit one dollar per
tquare or one tntertion. Classifltd advertize
menu on thitpage ruch as Wanted, For Bale,
lb Let, do, ten cent per line for each inser
tion, and none taken for leu fhanflfTv tents.
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 ad vertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already hare accounts wlthTHiDlS-
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 3Su Butler street.
EM7L G. STUCKEY, 24th street and Penn are.
E. G. STUCKEY CO., Wylle ave. andFultonst
N. BTOKKLY. Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE. 6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER & SHED3LEB, 5th av. At wood It
JACOB 8POHN. No. 2 Carson street.
B. A. DONALDSON. 1707 Carson street.
A. J. XAERCHER, 59 Federal street.
H. J. McBRDJE. Market House, Allegheny.
FRED H. EGGERS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGERS 4 SON, Ohio and Chestnut its.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENRY, Western and Irwin ares.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
FERRY M. GLEIM. Eebecca and Allegheny aves.
W. W. FLOCKER, Stationer, No. 4 Grant ave.
THE DISPATCH HAS OPENED A
BRANCH OFFICE FOR THE SOUTHSIDE
AT NO. 1220 CARSON STREET, WHERE
ADVERTISEMENTS, NEWS AND SUB
SCRIPTIONS CAN BE LEFT, BOTH FOR
GENERAL EDITIONS, AND FOR THE
-Trr-ANTED-A RELIABLE YOUNG MAN FOR
YY porter. RED LION HOTEL. de7-31
WANTED-A LIVE, ENERGETIC MAN FOB
real estate business. J. E. GLASS, No.
138 Fifth ave. de7-97
WANTED-TINNER. INQUIRE AT JNO.
DUNLAP & CO.'S, corner Market ct. and
Second ave. de7-41
WANTED-ONE GOOD TIN N ER-BTEADY
work and good wages to tbe right roan.
Address FKNN BROS.. Johnstown, Fa. de7-74
WANTED-COACHMAN-MUSTBE A GOOD
driver, and come well recommended:
wages S30 per month. Address BOX 154, city. de6-17
WANTED-4 OR 5 GOOD MACHINISTS AT
Gaysport Fonndry. Call or address Mo
LAN AHAN & STONE, Hollldaysburg, Fa.
TTTANTED A COMPETENT ORGANIST FOR
VV Catholic church. Address ECCLESIA. Dis
patch office, giving experience and .salary ex
-VTTANTED-FOUR BBIDGEMEN. ArFLY
VV at JONES & LAUGHL1NS' Steel Works.
Carson and Twenty-seventh st, Sonthslde. C
WANTED FOBEMAN BOILER "WORKS
Who can mansge about twenty-live men and
get out good work at lowest cost Address A. J.
I, Dispatch office. de7-7S ,
"TTTANTED-A RELIABLE MAN WHO THOR
VV OUGHLY understands laving out of Iron
bridge work. Apply at the SHIFFLEB BRIDGE
WORKS, Forty-eighth st, city. de67
-TTTANTED-COMPEIENT DRUG CLERK; A
TV steady, sober and Industrious man can se
cure a permanent situation at STEPHENSON'S'
MODEL PHARMACY, Greensburg, Pa. de7-SS
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED SHOE
salesman to carry our lines of women's,
misses and children's shoes In Pittsburg and vi
cinity. HARRI8BUEG BOOT AND BHOEMFG.
CO., Harrltburg. Pa. nozs-77-D
RE1,1AULE LOCAL ANDTRAV-
special Inducements now: fast-selllngspeclaltles!
don't delay; salary from start BROWN BROS.,
Nurserymen, Rochester, N.Y. sel7-70-TTS
WANTED-AOENTS SHOULD WRITE FOR
Illustrated circular, terms ana two weeks'
trial of Missouri washer: washes dirtiest clothes
by bot steam without rubbing; easily sold; profit
able. J. WORTH, 64 Beekman st, N. Y.
-TTTANTED AGENTS -"DODGE'S HORSE
W blanket holder;" keeps tbe blanket from
blowing or sliding off the bone; nothing like It In
the market: every horse owner buys; sample by
mall 25c. STAYNER & CO., Providence, U. I.
n 010-83 -
powder and pure spices: gifts with goods;
coke workers, miners or rnillmun can makemoney
lp their spare time: special Inducements to per
sons having established trade. YAMABH1KO
TEA CO.. 83 Jackson st, Allegheny, Fa.
WANTED-SALESMEN AT 75 PER MONTH
salarr and expenses, to sell a line of silver
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
AED SILVEBWAIIE CO., Boston, Mass.
-TT-ANTED - SALESMAN EXCLUSIVE LO
VT CAL agency aiven; goods agreeable to
handle, and sells to largest ana soundest business
firms and corporations: good salesmen make flO
to tlOO weekly. Address, with references and ex
perience, HALL, 3015 Chestnut St., Philadelphia,
WANTED AGENTS FOR OUR ADJUST
ABLE, all metal, nickel or bronze door
plates; can sell and put together at once; while
enamel letters for window signs and new style
door bells: S5 to 18 a day easily made selling to
businessmen only: free samples to reliable men.
Address NEW YORK DOOR PLATE CO., 18 Ann
St., New York. del-114
WANTED-SECOND GIRL-MUBT HAVE
some experience with children, and
Protestant preferred; no laundry work. Address
BOX 154, city. de6-17
WANTED -LADY TO SELL PATENTED
music binder and portfolio; easy seller;
food pay; exclusive territory. Call and examine
aturday or Sunday. HUND, 19 Seventh ave.
mole and imitate Heln.
WANTED-COOKS; WAGES, f3 50 TO 4 00r
chambermaids, diningroom girls, nurses;
100 house girls; German and colored girls: farm
hands: drivers. MRS. E. THOMPSON, 08
Grant st deS-UThs
-TT7-ANTED-J WHITE WAITERS, MALE
V cook, 2 farm hands, cooks, chambermaids
and bouse girls, dishwasher, laundress, linen
room girl, housekeeper lor hotel, seamstress.
HEEHAN 'S, 45 Grant st no30-D
-TTTANTED-AGENTS WE FAY S0 TO F0
VV per month to energetic gentlemen and
ladles to procure members tor our association. If
you can only devote a few hours each week to our
business it will pay vou well. For furtherpartle
ulars, address NATIONAL LIBRARY ASSOCIA
TION, 103 State street, Chicago. III. deJ-63
fTTANTKD-A POSITION BY A MAN AS
VV nurse or any other light lob; can give good
references. Address NURSE, Dispatch office.
IN OFFICE OR
TV similar work.
bv a voune man of 20. now In
drugstore; change wanted on account of long
hours: best of reference. C B. A.. Dispatch of
TnrXANTED-SrrUATION AS CUSTOM CUT
VV TElt: will not object going" out or town;
can furnish security, and perfect satisfaction
guaranteed. Address F. B., 517 Smithfield st,
WANTED-A POSITION BY AN EXPER
IENCED English lady cook: can furnish
thn Vit of references. Address MRS. COLLIER.
care S. Newburry, Ridge street near Thirty
third, city. oe7-33
Rooms, Houses. fcc
-TlTANTED TO RENT IMMEDIATELY
W small bouse aboutvrooms. allconvenlcnces;
give location, terms and full description. Ad
dress GOOD TENANT, Dispatch office. deS-SS
Boarders nnd Ledgers.
WANTED-FOR A LAGE PLEASANT
room suitable for tworbr three young men
or married couple; location good; convenient to
station and cable lines: terms reasonable. Ad
dress KINGSTONE, East Liberty!'. O. de7-83
ANTED-SMALL MOR3 GAGES-L J.WIL-
SON, 149 Fourth ave.
WANTED-MORTGAGES IN LARGE OB
smaU amounts on Improved city or Alle
gheny county property, ilcCUNE & COULTER,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, 98 Fourth
WANTED TO LOAN S500,000. IN AMOUNTS
of S3. 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4)4 percent, free ortax; also smaller
amounts at S and per cent. BLACK A BAIROi
95 Fourth avenue. se21-d2S-o
WANTED MORTG AGES-ft 000, 000TO LOAN
on city and suburban properties at H, Sand
6 per cent, and on tarms in Allegbenr and aqja
eent counties at (per cent. 1. At PENNOCK: A
bON, 105 Fonrtb avenue.
ANTED-TO a,OAN 1200,000 ON MORT-
UAtiio; fioo ana upwara at o per cent;
(500,000 at 4K per cent on residences or business
ty; also in aaioiniug
counties, s. H.
FRENCH. US Fourth avenue.
WANTED-MORTGAGES-tl00,0X TO LOAN
on mortgages. In sums from tSOO to 110,000,
for t to ( years on city property, at very low rates ;
write for terms and give description of property.
. js. U1V.UC, mo juu ave, Aucpuoaeoo. um.
ANTED - MORTGAGES LARGE AND
smau. jsu. W1XJ.13U, siuuram street.
WANTED MORTGAGES-ON CITY OB
snbnrban improved real estate at lowest
ALEXANDER A LEE. 213 Wood St.
TTTANTED-MORTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
VV In sums to suit at Vi, 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES A BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 157.
TTTAliTED-MOBTGAGES ON CITY PEOP
W ERTY, ortr u,Q00i i per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER CO., S2 Fourth avenue.
TTJANTED-MORTGAGES ON PITTSBURG,
V V Allegheny or suburban Improved real es
tate at lowest rates. 'ALEXANDER & LEE. S13
Wood st. de7-W-MWB
TIT ANTED-$500 TO S50O.KO-TO LOAN ON
Vv mortsares. iX. S and 6 per cent. JAS. w.
utiArj; & (ju i to
rourth Ave., Pittsburg. Tele-
phone No. 875.
WANTED-MOBTGAG 125-81. 000, COO TO LOAN
In large and small amounts at 454. S and S
per cent, zree or Biaie tax; no aeiay. &cru o.
COYLE& CO., 131 Fourth ave.
TITANTED-HOR3ES TO WINTER
V v good farm near city, where they
well cared for. Inquire of JAMES D. GLO'
where thev will be
'AMES D. GLOVER. 129
Fourth ave., Pittsburg.
WANTED-EVERYONE TO KNOW THAT
PEARSON, the leading photographer, of
S Fifth ave. and 43 Federal St., AU'y., Is making
a life size crayon portrait, beautifully fraraecLand
one dozen cab. photos, all for fS; all fine work.
WANTED-THE PUBLIC TO KNOW THAT
the largest and most complete stock of
trusses, elastic stockings, shoulder braces, etc.,
can be seen at tbe store of ARTIFICIAL LIMB
M'F'GCO.. 909 Penn avenue, near Ninth street,
Pittsburg. Pa. nol65-ssn
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE
TTIOR SALE-CONGRESS ST.-ONLY
J brick dwelling or Brooms; lot 22x70.
COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave.
T7OR SALE COL WELL ST. -S3, 800, NEW
X' press brick dwelling or 6 rooms, ball, gona
cellars, etc; lot 20x90.
R. COOPER A CO., 107
r ouriu ave.
FOR SALE-SECOND AVE., OPPOSITE PARK
finebrlcK dwelling of 12 rooms: large lot;
very cheap. ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave.
Telephone 167. de6-20
FOR SALE-CLIFF BT.-AT A BARGAIN,
brick house of 7 rooms, hall, bath, etc: lot
E0H47; terms to suit buyer. J. R. COOFEK&
CO., 107 Fourth ave. de7-10
CH)R SALE-TWO GOOD BRICK DWELLING
A houses: large lot: paved street; half square
from cable line; Eleventh ward; only 15,000. ED.
WITTISH, 410 Grant st. de5-o
FOB BALK-tMARION ST., NEAR FORBES,
good brick bouse, mansard roof. 7 rooms,
halt vestibule, gases, finished attic etc ; lot 3)x
100; a decided bargain. J. R. COOPER & CO.. 107
Fourth ave. de7-10
FOR BALE-TO CLOSE AN ESTATE, AT A
bargain, 3 brick houses; lot 60X114 ft. ; rent
ing for S64 per month; on Vine St., Eighth ward;
call or send for particulars. W. A. HERRON &
SONS, $0 Fourth venue. no30-40-B
FOR SALE-CENTER AVE. A CHOICE 2
story brick house of 8 rooms, halt vestibule,
bath, gas and other modern conveniences: ot24x
163 it to Wylle ave.; price low: easy terms. I.
M. PENNOCK A SON, 105 Fourth ave. de5-76-TTS
FOR SALE-NEAR FIFTH AVE. MARKET
House, only 15,000, new two-story brick
house, 6 large rooms, good finished attic, both
gases, double parlors, cemented cellar, sewerage,
etc. ; lot S0X90. J. R. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth
FOR SALE-NO. 4S1S CALVIN ST., SEVEN
TEENTH ward, new brlek dwelling, slate
roof, 6 rooms, halt vestibule and large finished
attic: large stable on rear of lot; price, 2.500 at
terms to suit THOS. McOAFFBEV, 3508 Butler
a first-class Investment only S3, 000, brick
house of 8 rooms, finished attic and nail: also good
brick house 6 rooms In rear, fronting Tustln st. ;
side entrance to both; lot 24x120. J. R. COOPER
CO., 1U7 Fourth ave. de7-l0
FOR SALE -SEVENTEENTH WARD, ON
Forty-second, near Davidson street 4 modern
3-story brick houses of 7 rooms each, all in excel
lent repair: lot 70x98 ft. to Forty-third. St.; desir
able and price reasonable to an early buyer. I. M.
PENNOCK ft SON, 10S Fourth ave. de7-13-MWS
FOR SALE-MT. WASHINGTON, ULYSSES
street, a comrortable 2-story frame dwelling
house of 8 rooms; halt, cemented cellar, coal and
wood house, frame stable, good well andlarge cis
tern: lot 116x114 ft ;prlce, 15,800; terms easy. I.
M. PENNOCK ft SON. 105 Fourth ave. de3-J4-TT8
FOR SALE LAWKENCEVILLE-SPECULA-TORS
are Invited to look at this; two good
6-room bouses on nice paved lot: rentals yielding
10 per cent net: owner urges prompt sale and au
thorizes us to meet buyer. Call on us. CHARLES
SOMERS ft CO.. 313 Wood st Telephone 1773.
FOR SALE-ON MAIN. NEAR DAVISON ST.,
Seventeenth ward, at a sacrifice, as owner Is
leaving the city, a new s-room brick dwelling,
with modern conveniences; lot 25x100: price
f4,G0O; all or half cash, bat to suit; cost over
5,000. THOS. MpCAFFREY, 3509 Butler street.
FOR 8ALE-PRUiE ST.. WELL BUILT
pressed brick front dwelling, 7 rooms, hall,
finished attic both gases, water on second floor,
good cellar, sewerage, side entrance, etc.; also 6
room brick house in rear; lot 24x104: at a low price
and easy Unas. J. B. COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth
East End Residence.
FOR SALE-FOB K,250-A NEAT 8-ROOM
house In the East End In good location: ex-
,- . J.. I ." "-T7 P., ... ' .V..".--.
ceueuuui; great oargaiu. 4AS.
W. DRAPE ft
CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-IN THE EAST END-A NO. 1
hquseof 6 rooms, bathroom, laundry. Inside
shutters, w. c, range, papered throughout
porches, etc. : .ot 48x109 feet to an alley; one square
from Fifth ave : price 3,760. ALEXANDER ft
LEE, 313 Wood St. de7-98
FOR SALE-ON WEST MARKET ST.. ALLE
OIIENY, 2-story frame of 6 rooms, attic
front and back porches, good eellar, gas. Water,
etc.: lot 20x120 to an alley; this is desirable In
every respect; price f3,000. THOS. LIGGETT,
114 Fourth ave. de7-9-MWBSu
FOR BALE-EAST ENO RESIDENCE ON
inland are., a delightful bouse of 8 rooms,
finished attic, bath, laundry, range, gas, electric
bells, and in fact replete with all modern conve
niences; splendid lot: carriage bouse, stable, etc;
reasonable prlec and easy payments. I. M. PEN
NOCK ft SON, 105 Fourth ave. de7-13-MWS
FOR'SALE-ACOZY EAST END RESIDENCE,
almost new; 8 nice rooms, beautified with
Esthetic taste; all the new appliances, bath and
lavatory, laundry, natural gas; good lot 50x120
feet: lawn In front: price only (7,500; owner go
ing South; Immediate possession given. JAS W.
DRAPE & CO.,
129 Fourth avenue. Plttsburf .
FOR SALE-OAKLAND, FOURTEENTH
ward; but few of the many people in this
great city have any conception of the magnitude
immense Improvement rapid growth and en
hancement of tbe 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 the nominal fare of 6 cents;
Oakland Square Is a beautiful park around wblch
run wide streets paved with asphaltnm and sew
ered free of cost to the purchaser of one of the
beautirul dwellings facing tbe square a brief de
scription of which is here given: Built of brick,
by day work, two sires, 8 aud 9 rooms, halls, bath.
Inside shutters and w. c's, handsome elate man
tels, tile hearths, sliding doors, ran;e and both
gases; also, electric lighting apparatus, large
porches, cemented cellars, fine chandeliers, large
lot, etc.; terms, small cash payment down, bal
ance S500 per annum; 17 or these dwellings have
been sold to representative business men: tbe
time consumed In running from the postoffice to
the square is but 17 minutes, thus giving ample
"we w ku uuuie iuc uumri . sec me- square Deiore
BAJll'U w. iJItACK CO.. 99
FORBALE-AN ALLEGHENY RESIDENCE,
close to the parks and cars, brick with man
sard root S rooms, attic rooms, bath, lavatory.
nan snu ccuar, large uouoie lot: a
bargain. JAS. W.
DRAPE & CO..
FOB HALE-A NICE 7-EOOSI HOUSE AND
good lot with side entrance to an alley. In
Allegheny, on line of street cars: natural gas.
bath, w. c and other modern conveniences: price
only$5,S00. JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth
avenue. Pittsburg. de7-17-D
P AWnrhen-r investment:
a inree-storr brick
(Iwalll...... ......V.O vnm. h.th
unc.UKB, WUTfl ivwuib, v.u. cam, iuaiue W. C,
range, h. and c. water, prime repilr: rented low;
aggregate annual rental 1300. CHARLES SOA1-
uau, inside w. c.
JUU & CO,
FOR BALE-NO. 293 ROBINSON BT ALLE
GHENY, S-room house; No. 295 Robinson
St., Allegheny, 8-room house, and No. 32 Rebecca
St., Allegheny. 9-room house; these properties
can all be bought at a bargain. .MCCUNE A
COULTER, Agents. 88 Fourth ave. de7-10O
FOR BALE-ALLEGHENY-A GOOD PAY
ING lnvestment-on Lacock st, a 2-story
brick store and 7 dwelling rooms, finished attic,
eellar; also. 2-story brick house of 4 rooms, cellar,
water and both kinds gas In each: lot 45x84 feet.
I. M. PENNOCK & SON, 105 Fourth ave.
FOR 8ALE-A NICE ALLEGHENY HOME
on Pleasant st. with good surroundings, con
venient to parks; substantial brick house of six
large rooms, yestlbule, bait bath, b. and c. water,
maire, both gases, t s. closets, etc.: a very at
tractive and salable property at the price, 84,000.
CHARLES SOMEBS & CO., J13 Wood s Tele
phone 1773. de7-24
FOR 8ALE-A FINE LARGE RESIDENCE
and wide lot on one of tho best streets In Al
legheny; contiguous to streetcars; spacious and
elegant rooms and all tbe modern appliances
throughout; beautiful lot; lawn side and rear:
property Is too large for present owner, the only
reason for selling. JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO., 129
Fourth avenue Pittsburg. de7-17-D
TJiOR SALE-NEAR PLEASANT VALLEY
A? Electrle Road, on a good street In Second
ward, Allegheny, a brick row or slxhonsesofslx
rooms each, with Inside w. c ; property thorough
ly sewered: marble mantels, etc; at tbe price
asked this is a bargain, and an Inspection of the
premises Invited. Call at BOOM 814 PENN
BUILDING. X&aa ay., tsr runner particu
FOR SALEIMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
E 8ALE-3 BRICK DWELLINGS S BOOMS
gas, water, w. e. ana nat. gas:
"Jn ?f dKHlck M-t Allegheny: rents $818 per year.
A. IV WILSON. 65 Federal St., Allegheny.
street, Pittsburg, and Wllklnsburg, Pa. de5-3
TTOR BAIE- HOUSE AND LOT. INGRAM
JL station, on line of .railroad. 2 minutes walk
from station. 12,650: small payments; Immediate
possession. JAS. W. DRAPE St. CO., 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. de7-17-P
FOR SALE-SMALL PLACE OF 9 ACRES,
with abundance of fruit of all kind, wltb a
good house of 8 rooms: also a honse of S rooms and
one of 2 rooms, large bank-barn, etc.: situate
about 10 minutes' walk front Glenueld station: a
good Investment. C BERINGEB it SON, 103
FOE BALE-ON LIBERAL TEKMS OF MOO
cash and tSOO per year, an attractive brick
dwelling of 10 rooms, bath and usual convenlen
lcnces: excellently situated on Broad St., Sewlck
ley, one block from station : lot 47x203 feet; Imme
diate possession. A. W. ADAIBLKoom 614 Penn
building, Penn ave. de7-77
FOR SALE-AT WILKINSBURG AN ELE
GANT residence or 9 rooms, finished attic,
natural gas, bathroom and all modern improve
ments, with one acre of ground: plenty of fruit
or all kluds; will be sold cheap, as owner must
move In spring. W. E. HAMNETT, 404 Smith
field street, Pittsburg, and Wllklnsburg. Pa.
FOR SALE-AT WILKINSBURG, CONVE
NIENT to station, a neat 5-roomed frame
houses, lot 33Xxl00 feet: excellent water In both
houses; natural gas: good, dry cellars: will be sold
very low and on easy payments: full particulars
from SlcCUNE & COULTER. 93 Fourth ave., who
will Mke you out and show you tbe property.
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE-20 LOTS IN BYRNE'S PLAN,
Eighteenth wardtprlce, 1200 to L000:good. cheap
.SON. 105 Fourth avenue. de3-44-TTS
FOR BALE A BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOT
tl 40x102 feet on Boggs ave.. Mt. Washington,
'Ulecond ward: paved avenne; a bargain.
ALEXANDER 4 LEE, SIS Wood st. de7-93
East End Lots.
FOR SALE-LARGE BUILDING LOT, NEAR
Penn and Firth aves.. East End; 101x191 feet;
price low. ALEXANDER & LEE, 312 Wood st.
FOB 8ALE-A FINE LARGE CORNER LOT,
near Shadyslde, East End. IOuxUO feet; fine
place to build. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.. 13
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. de7-17-n
TTIOR SALE-AT WILKINSBURG AND TWEN
X! TY-SECOND ward, Pittsburg, on East End
ave., lots 50x1 J750; terms, SI05 down, bat to suit
W. E.HAMNETT, 401Smlthfleld St., Pittsburg,
and Wllklnsburg. Pa de7-70
FORSALE-THE CHEAPEST LOTS IN THE
market to-day are to be found In the Villa
Park plan, Brnshton station: no city taxes and
xonvenlently located; secure plan (book form),
from JOHN F. BAXTER, Agent, SI2 Smithfield
FOB'8ALE-47 LOTS ADJOINING SCHEN
LEY Park, about 1,300 feet front: can be
reached by R. R. and electric cars: must be sold
as a whole; price only 10 per foot; terms, 83,000
cash, balance longtime. SAMUEL AV. BLACK
& CO., (9 Fourth ave. de6-12
FOR SALE-82,800 FOR 2LOTS ON JUNIATA
St., near Allegheny ave. A. D. WILSON. 65
Federal st, Allegheny. de7-71-MPS
TTIOR SALE LOT IN
X? choice lot on Arklev St.,
25x100 ft L M. PENNOCK & SON, 105 Fourth
lus uii nraici bl.. iiciu irariiciu aic.
FOR SALE-LOT IN ALLEGHENY, BELL
ave.: a nice lot 10x100 ft; will sell cheap. I.
M. PENNOCK ft SON, 105 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE SPECIAL BARGAIN IN IRWIN
ate. lots, near North ave., to quick buyer.
ALLES & BAILEY, 1S4 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
FOB SALE-2.000-LOT 21X75, FREMONT ST..
near Pennsylvania avenue. Second ward, Al
legheny: the last of the Mohicans on this street
A. LEGGATE4S0N. 31 Federal st dc5-5
FOR SALE-LOT ON FAYETTE ST., ALLE
GHENY: will offer for a short time only;
60x140 ft; one of the finest building lots In the
city. A. D. WILSON, 85 Federal St., Allegheny.
FOR SALE-FINE BUILDING LOT ON
bbefflcld st. 30 feetPfront; bas brick stable
on rear of lot; has water and sewer: a Splendid
building site. A. D. WILSON, 55 Federal st,
OR SALE-LACOCK ST , NEAR FEDERAL
St., Allegheny; vacant lot 60x100; price tax)
a foot; new buildings being erected on adjacent
lots, which will enhance value. A. LEGGaTE ft
SON, 31 Federal st. Allegheny. de5-6
FOB SALE-AT EDGEWOOD-LOT IOOxIM: T
minutes from sta. ; (1, 100: easy terms; also lot
145x185, 6 minutes from sta. YY. E. HAMNET. 404
Smithfield street Pittsburg, and WUUusburg.
FOR SALE-AT WUiKINSBUBG-LOTB 30x150;
Rebecca street 8 minutes from sta. : S25 down,
bat your own time. W. E. HAMNETT. 404
Smithfield street Pittsburg, and Wllklnsburg.
FOR SALE-AT BRUSHTON-LOT 40x137 ON
Bennett street 6 minutes from sta., S7"0;
also corner lot 40x137, S minutes from sta., $300.
W. E7 HAMNETT, 404 Smithfield st, Pittsburg,
and Wllklnsburg, Pa. de5-53
FOR 8 ALE-A FARM CONTAINING 70 ACRES
and underlaid with coal, on Panhandle Route.
12 miles from Pittsburg. MRS. NEBO, 105 Grant
St., Plttsbnrg. de3-77-ws
FOB SALE-VERY CHEAP-ONLY (2,000-14
acres ground, with fair Improvements, at
See W . A. UER-
BON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE A GOOD FARM OF 80 ACRES ON
line ol railroad: dwelling, outbnlldlnzs,
orchard, water; would exchange In part forrlty
property: send for farm list JAS. W. DRAPE A
CO., 129 Fourth avenue, .Pittsburg.
fJiOR SALE-FARM OF 29 ACRES; ONE MILE
A; from railroad and convenient to the city; 15
acres cleared; balance good timber: excellent
soil; good water: young orchard; new frame
house; stable, etc.; price I,S0O. ALEXANDER
& LEE, 313 Wood st. de7-t3
FORSALE-A VERY FINE FARM OF K
acres in a high state ot cultivation, well wa
tered by never-falling springs; land rich and pro
ductive; frame house or 4 rooms and an excellent
bank barn: situate near Butler, Pa.; price, only
13,800. C. BEBINGEKA SON, 103 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-MARKET GARDKN FAR5I-A
choice little farm of 82 acres In Forward town
ship, 2 miles from Mooongshela City: nearly all
cleared; well watered; fine soli; orchard, brick
house of 9 rooms, large barn and stable, spring
and greenhouse and various outbuildings; price
low to an Immediate buyer. L Jl. PENNOCK A
bON, No. I0S Fonrtb ave. deJ-76-TTJ
FOR SALE-IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED
properties at Brusnton. Wllklnsburg, Edge
wood, Swlssvate, Hawkins, Braddock and Brtn
ton stations P. B.R. MCCUNE & COULTER,
Agents, 98 Fourth ave. de7-100
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-FINE CONFECTIONERY-CEN-TRALLY
located: will make an elegant cigar
store. CANDY. Dispatch office. de7-88
FOR BALE-GROCEKl" STOKE IN ALLE
GHEN Y, doing a paying business; good loca
tion; will Invoice about StODO. For particulars
address J. W., Dispatch office. deS-48
FOR SALE-GROCERY AND DRUG STORES,
wall paper and notion store, printing office,
etc, and other good business chances. PKRCl
VAL & CHAPMAN, 67 Fifth avenue. de7-20
TTIOR SALE-A FIBST-CLASS, GOOD PAYING
Jj barbershop, centrally located: must be sold
this week as the present proprietor wishes to en
cage in other business. For particulars call on
ROSS W. BLACK, 80 Diamond st, Pittsburg, Pa.
TTIOR SALE-DRUGGISTS LOOK
draff store: rood location in eltv: nice store
room; plate glass front: solid walnut fixtures;
dean stock: a place for business; on small Invest
ment: 11.800 will secure It to a quick buyer.
CHARLES SOMERS & CO.. 313 Wood st Tele
phone 1773. de7-24
I7IOR HALE-COAL BUSINESS ON LINE OF
; railroad, near the city, all In successful op
eration, and Including pit wagons, mules, tools
and allneccsary equipment: about 150 seres J) f
solid coal; side track space for 50 cars; rare open
ing for anyone who understands the coal busi
ness. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth ave.,
TTOR SALE-GROCERY STORES IN BOTH
A' cities, from $350 to 110,000; cigar stores S250,
1350, KOO. 11.800
shooting gallery paying ITS per
week clear of expenses: fine
Cliy nau cuuuirj
res: rood Darin z
drugstores: general country stores
slate roofing business in live town; boarding
bouses, milk routes, confectioneries, bakeries and
mau) uiner gooa Dusmess cnances. djujahu a
CO., 64 Fifth ave. noX3
FOR SALE-SOUTHSIDE-A 2-STORY FRAME
store and dwelling or 6 rooms, 85 Twenty-firth
street: will sell at lowflgnre. I. M. PENNOCK
ft SON, 105 Fourth are. de7-13-HW8
FOR SALE-STORE AND DWELLING, ON
Butler street near Thirty-seventh st, a good
2-story brick store and dwelling; lot 28 ftlOlnx
104 ft. 7 in. deep along an llley; price low. L M.
PEN NOCK & SON, No. 105 Fourth ave.
FOR DALE HOTEL STAND IN A GOOD
town In Stark county, Ohio, consisting of a
15-room hotel bnlldlng, large stable, etc.; lot72x
150 feet: price only $2,000, or will exchange for city
property. O. BEK1NGER& SON, 103 Fourth nve.
FOR SALE-BLACKSMITH AND WAGON
shop, with a one-story house of two large
rooms and good attic; also stable, etc., with one
aers of ground; about 30 minutes' walk from
Sharpsburg; price only tf,400; an excellent oppor-
tunltyfor a blacksmith.
a Diacisnuin. iLtfaAuiujuKEiiuii.
VOS. SALE BUSINESS.
rSiLE-GEANT ST. BUSINESS PEOP-ERTY-4
story building, size 24x100: 12 rooms
??d, . "toreroom ; special bargain. ALLES &
BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167. de3-40-TTS
FOR BALE-WE HAVE BARGAINS TO
oner In business properties: Diamond, Alle
" D.ECCb, 1CUU KID,, UlU C.a
re. Grri:i.TcssiiMKHsnn aisiwuvi
r.tu. : r - mnw -
Telephone 1778. de7-24
FOR SALE-3,S00-ORANT8T.,BET. SECOND
and Third aves. ; S-story brick business proper
ty or 8 rooms, hall and storeroom; side alley: good
cellar: rents for p per year. ALI.KS A BAILEY,
164 Fourth ave. Tel. 1ST.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Hones. Vehicles. Live Stock, dee.
FOR SALE-TWO DRAUGHT HORSES. LUM
BER wagon and harness. McQUEWAN
DOUGLAS, 207 Penn ave. de6-41
TTIOR SALE-A HORSE AND COAT. WAGON
X. also a team of sorrel mares suitable for light
Apply at 178 GRANT AVE., Allegheny.
Machinery and Metals.
FOB SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS NEW
and refitted: repairing promptlr attended to.
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny. Pa. aulO-29
TTIOR SALE-ONE 2UX24 HORIZONTAL EN-
r GIN E, 23. 000 feet second-band wire rope; also
hoisting and portable engines and Slcmen valves,
castings, etc VELTE 4 MCDONALD. 3200 Penn
FOR.SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles la stock, from 4 to
100 h. p.;allrefltted;goodasnew, at lowest prices;
portable engines, 8 to 25 h. p.; boilers au sizes
ana styles. J.S.YOUNG,3Park way.AUegheny,
PERSONAL -ASTHMA CURED PERSONS
having asthma can procure a receipt that
cuiedtbe writer seven years aeo; has not had It
since. Address A., Dispatch office. de7-87
PERSONAL-NEW BOOKS-HUNDBED3 OF
new books, nicely bound In cloth gilt at 15c
each; many fine books In elegant bindings; come
and see them. LEVI'S BOOKSTORE, Liberty
St., near Ninth. nc3-33
PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURNED; recently they bad not been on the
best of terms owing to a little family Jar occa
sioned by tbe wife Insisting on being allowed to
renovate his wearing apparet and which, ot
course, was done In a bnngllng manner: In order
to prevent tbe trouble they agreed to send all
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor, 63
Fifth ave, corner Wood St., second floor, and
now everything Is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns In their household. Telephone 1553.
Melton's Bank Building, No. 114 Smithfield
street opposite City Hall, at 10:45. Sunday
school, la Rev. James Q. Townsend. D. D.,
pastor. Subject: "A New Theology a Demand
oi Our Times." de7-8
Week Beginning Monday, Dec 9.
ONLY MATINEE SATURDAY.
First Appearance in Three Years.
CLARA MORRIS, .
In the following Repertoire:
Monday and Thnrday" Camllle."
Tnesday and Saturday, Matinee and Evening
Wednesday and Friday "Renee de Moray."
Sale of Seats Now Open.
For the benefit of the
ALLEGHENY GENERAL HOSPITAL
Will he given by the
ALLEGHENY MUSICAL ASSOCIATION.
A Chorus of 100 voices, supported by an Or
chestra of 40 pieces, and assisted by Mrs. L. C.
Webster, Soprano, and Mr.Beveridge Webster,
Pianist At Fourtn U. f. Church, Allegheny,
corner Montgomery avenne and Arch street:,
TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 10, 1889,
Tickets can be exchanged for reserved seat
tickets without additional expense at themuslo
store of Alex. Ross. Nc 137 Federal street Alle
gheny, on and after December 9, at 9 o'clock A. M.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
HALLEN AND HART,
IN LATER ON.
December 9 Clara Morris in Repertoire.
GRAND OPURA HOUBK 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.
ARRX WILLIAMS' ACADEMV-
To-night Matinees Tuesday, Thursday
SHEFFER & BLAKELY'S
del-30-D REFINED NOVELTY CO.
WORLD'S MUSEUM - ALLEGHENY
CITY Week commencing December 2.
Captain Chittenden's exhibit of rare relics. A
hundred other now objects. Hume's Very
Funny Farce Comedy GINGER SNAPS in
Theater. Dec 9-BABEL.COWBOYPIANIST.
COTTON & HOLMAN, 91 Diamond street.
Estate of Lucy Barnes, deceased.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE - NOTICE IS
hereby given that letters testamentary on
the estate of Lucy Barnes, late of the city of
Allegheny, Penn'a. deceased, have been
granted to the undersigned, to whom all per
sons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment, and to whom those
having claims or demands against said estate
will make them known without delay.
WM. H. BARNES, Executor,
nol6-2S-3 94 Fifth ave., Pittsburg.
L. B. D. REESE. Attoruey,
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States, Western District of Penn
slvania In the matter of Carrier & Baum,
bankrupts, No. 2,228, in bankruptcy. To cred
itors and all persons interested: Yon are here
by notified that on the 2d day of December,
1889, a petition was presented to the court m
the above entitled cause, by the assignee of
said bankrupts, praying for leave to settle and
compound the claims of said estate against
Henry Metzger, wherenpon tbe Court ordered
said petition to be filed, and further orderod
that the matter of said petition be heard at a
court to be bolden at Pittsburg, on tbe 14th day
of December, 1889. at 10 o'clock A. iL.when and
where all creditors and parties Interested are
required to appear and show cause, if any tbey
have, why an order should not be made by the
Court authorizing and directing tbe assignee
to settle and compound said claims upon the
terms and conditions set forth in said petition,
LEVI BIRD DUFF, Assignee of Carrier 4
L. B. D. REES1S, Attorney,
No. 129 Fifth avenue.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States, Western District of Penn
sylvaniaIn the matter of William Dilworth,
Jr., bankrupt. No. 2154 in bankruptcy. To the
creditors and all persons Interested: Yon are
hereby notified that on December 2, 1889. a
petition was presented to tbecourt iu the above
entitled cause, by tbe assignee of said bank
rupt praying for leave to settle and compound
the claim of said estate against Henry Metzger,
whereupon the uonrt oruerea saia pennon to
be filed, and further ordered that the matter of
said petition be heard at a conrt to be bolden
at Pittsburg, on the 14th day ot December,
1889, at 10 o'clock A. M., when and where all
creditors and parties interested are required to
appearand show cause, if any they have, why
an order should not be made by the Conrt au
thorizing and directing the assignee to settle
and compound said claim upon the terms and
conditions set forth in said petition. GRAHAM
SCOTT, Assignee of William Dilworth, Jr.
X. B. D. REESE. Attorney,
129 Fifth avenne.
IN THK DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States, Western District of Penn
sylvaniaIn tbe matter of Bates it Goldsbor
ougb, bankrupts. No. 1586 in bankruptcy. To
tbe creditors and all persons Interested: You
are hereby notified that on tbe 2d day of De
cember, 1889, a petition was presented to the
court in tbe above entitled cause, by the as
signee of said bankrupts, praying for leave to
settle and compound tne claim of said estate
against Henry Metzser. wherenpon the Court
ordered said petition to be filed, anttf urther or
dered that tbe matter of said petition be beard
at a court to be holden at Pittsburg on the 14th
day of December, 1889. at 10 o'clock A. Jr..
when and where all creJtturs and parties inter
ested are required to appear and show cause, if
any they bare, why an order should not be
made by the Court authorizing and directing
the assignee to settle and compound said claim
upon the terms and condition set forth in said
petition. W. a PURVIANCE.
Assignee ot Bates 4 GoldtboroBgh.
TO LET-TWO BEAUTOFULDWELLING3 0
seven rooms, ball and bathroom, both gases,
on Thirty-seventh street: rent very low. J. H.
ARMSTRONG, Real Estate and Ins. Agt.. 2115
Penn ave. dei-H
TOLET-A VERY DESIRABLE HOUSE, AL
MOST new: 10 rooms; very cheap; No. W
Fremont cor. Franklin St., Allegheny. See W.
A. HEREON & SONS, 80 Fourth ave. deS-81-XTbg
TO LET-ONE FURNISHED ROOM, WITH
kitchen, for llrht homekeeninr: dishes.
sewing wsciuiie, eic. u
LOGAN ST., near
T LET-A LARGjS, NICELY FURNISHED
art gallery: centrally located on (Clay ave
nne) tbe principal business avenne of Jeannette.
Pa.; splendid opening for the right party. Ad-
dress BOX 137, Jeannette, Pa.
mo LET-A FARM AT WILKIN SBUEG-TIN
JL acres or garden and ten acres of fruit trees
and vineyard; house, stable and sprlngbouse on
property: a German tenant without lamllv pre
ferred. For terms, etc. apply to U. BIN O EH. 73
Fourth ave de7-73
Offices. Dealt Boora. See.
TTVJ LET-300 PER YEAR-A LARGEWELL
X LIGHTED office with all modern conven
iences; newly painted and papered; baa two larra
closets for storage room. Inquire at GERMANE.
SAVINGS BANK. 423 Woodtt. noll-JI-D
ONE WEEK MORE,
COMMENCING, MONDAY, DECEMBER 9,
OVER $150,000 WORTH
F1NE FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC CRT
GOODS, CARPETS. RUGS, Era,
BY AUCTION I
723 AND 725 LIBERTY ST.,
Sales, Morning, Afternoon and Evening;
N. B. Special accommodations provided for
AUCTION SALE ON SATURDAY, DE
CEMBER It A property on Taylor
street, Bloomfleld, Sixteenth ward, containing
5 houses, grocery store, and suitable lots for
everybody. Information is given by BERN -HARD
HILTERMAN.No. 140 Taylor street,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THK
report of Viewers on tbe damages caused
by the (Trading of Urbana alley, from 12S fees
south ot south curb line of Davison street to
present pavement, bas 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 Dep't of Public Works.
Pittsburg Pa.. Nov. SO, 1889. no30-U-D
TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
JLl report of Viewers on the gradlne ana
paving of Urbana alley, from a point 128 feet
sonth of tbe sonth enrb line of Davison street
to the presentpavement, 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.
Fittsbubg, Pa, November SO, 188
"VI-OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
S 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 Pnblic Works.
Pittsbubq, PA.. November 30, 1889.
TOTICE IS HEREBY 'GIVEN THAT
JL v the reports of Viewers on the opening of
Bennett street from Frankstown avenne to
tbe city line, and Kelly street from Fifth
avenue to the city line, have been approved by
Councils, which action will be final, unless an
appeal is filed in the Conrt of Common Pleas
within ten (10) days from date.
Chief of Dep't of public Works.
PITTSBURG, Pa., November 30, 1889.
Office of the Crrr Treasurer.
Pittsbubq, December 2, 1889.
NOTICE-NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that tbe duplicates for the second as
sessments of water rents (for new buildings
completed since April L 1S00,) 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,
1S90, will be placed In the hands of W. R.
Ford, Collector of Delinquent Taxes, with 5
per cent added, for collection.
de3-38-l) City Treasurer.
Piney Woods Hotel.
Season opens December 4. 1889.
M. A BOWER, Proprietor.
For circulars, rates, etc., address
WM. E. DAVIES, Manager, Thomasville, Gs.
or F. A. BUDLONG. Windsor Hotel, N.Y.Clty.
NEAR SCHENLEY PARK.
30 acres land, having a frontage of ovsr 2,800
feet on a good street
21 acres land, street frontage 1,400 feet
6 acres, fronting on two streets.
4 acres and 2-story frame dwelling of 5 rooms.
IS acres land near the Squirrel Hill Electrio
road and Forbes street
IRA M. BURCHFTELD.
158 Fourth are.
SIXTH AVENUE DYE WORKS,
M. MAY SONS & CO.,'
STEAM DYERS AND SCOURERS '
And general renovators of textile fabrics, la
dies' and gentlemen's soiled or faded garments
neatly cleaned or restored in color. Curtains
of every description carefully attended to.
M. MAY SONS & Co.
jell-TTS 68 SIXTH AVE,, Pittsburg, Pa.
Finest location in East End. Lot extending
to another street. Price and terms very rea
sonable. Must be sold at once.
SAMUEL W. black: A CO.,
de4-23-wrh8 99 Fourth ave.
WALTEB J. OSBOtTBNX. RICHARD BARROWS.
JOB PRINTERS. .
90 Diamond street
Telephone No. 812. an31-frTTS
TTOLIDAY 'GOODS BOYS WATCHES,
1 3 and up; misses' solid silver watches,
1560 and np; fine gold watches, diamonds,
jewelry, silverware, clocks, spectacles, eta, at
WILSON'S, 61 Fourth ave., Pittaburz,
Watches and Jewelry carefully repaired.
-f A, RALPH,
41 Seventh avenue,
a AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg; Pa. ap30-7t-D
you married f If not,sendyooraddreasto
THE AMERICAN CORRESPONDING
CLUB; Box 643L Clarksburg, W. Va.
4. 6 and 6 per cent; dry o
country; no delay.
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