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I FROM MILL MEN.
Plans of the Hospital Sunday Com
mittee to liaise Money.
APPEALING TO THE CHURCHES.
" Contribution Boxes to te Put in "Working
EIPCTED TO HELD 100,000 TEAELT
A circular has been issued by "William
McCreery. Chairman, to the members of the
Hospital Sunday Committee, asking them
to attend a meeting to further the objects of
the association, and to hear reports from the
various hospitals -which were benefited
through the fund last year.
The Hospital Sunday fund has been ia
partial operation in Pittsburg for three
years. A committee was formed at that
time to lay belbre the churches the necessity
of devoting one Sunday annually to make
collections for the hospitals. The first
vear's collection through this channel was
'$1,400. This sum was increased to $3,000
last year. Only three hospital treasuries
received any monev from the fund, namely,
the "West Penn, Homeopathic and Alle
The source from which the fund was de
rived was very limited, the natural result
being lhat the money collected was insuffi
cient. No church outside the f Protestant
denomination was asked to contribute to -the
hospitals, and no hospital of a sectarian
character, no matter what good it was ac
complishing, received a penny of the money.
THE CHUBCHES TO HEW.
The committee in the future hope to
largely swell the fund by adopting a more
comprehensive plan. They intend to confer
with all the church authorities, to see if
some day can be set apart, to be named Hos
pital Sunday, when everyone in the city
will be given, a cnance to neip u carry uu
the various beneficent institutions, irre
spective of their religious proclivities. Then
the committee has under consideration the
advisability of conferring with a represent
ative workingmen's committee, to 6ee if
some scheme can be devised so that the
workingmen can contribute to the hospitals
in a systematic way.
The idea which the committee think is
feasible to gain the practical support of
workingmen is to place in all the mills,
workshops, business houses, offices and
wherever men are employed a hospital Sat
urday box. They will ask all the proprie
tors of business establishments to nail on
their premises a large box which theywill
supply, so that the men may contribute
whenever they feel disposed. The box will
be marked "Hospital Saturday."
OUGHT TO GIVE $100,000.
By this new move on the part of the Hos
pital Committee, it is expected the fund wiil
be largely increased. Superintendent
Cowen, of the "West Penn, stated that the
churches and the mills ought to help the
hospitals every year to the tune of $100,000.
Mr. Cowen said further:
"The system which we hope to inaugurate
has worked successfully in New York. In
England the hospital Sunday and Saturday
fund is a great institution, and it accom
plishes great good. If it works well there it
should do the same here. After we get
it fairly started we will enlarge the varions
institutions, increase the s tafia and, generally
speaking, do more good."
According to the present arrangements a
collection will be taken up in the various
churches of Pittsburg and Allegheny on
the second Sunday in January. There will
be an increase in the number of churches
that will devote their proceeds this year to
the fund. George L. McCoy, Secretary of
the association, will furnish all particulars
concerning the object of the movement.
Fairbanks & Cole Banjos,
Also the Victor, Lascomb and other good
makes. Our stock of banjos is large, and
comprises all the various kinds, from the
cheap instrument used by the steamboat
roustabout to the handsome and elegant
professional banjo, at Geo. Kappel's, 77
JBUith avenue. 14,22
$12 will buy at our great stores to-day a
stylish suit and overcoat price for the two,
$12. You will have to pay at least $25 for
the same goods at any other store. Be on
hand early and get first choice. No such
bargains have ever been offered by anv firm
in America. P. C.tC. C,
Cor. Granttind Diamond sts., opp. the new
Call nod Examine
The convenient offices in the building of
.LUC kHUC XCpV9lli WUUIIBUj, Ul AlUBUUIg,
if you are wanting an office. The bnilding
is carefully constructed, well lighted with
electricity, has a fine elevator and is pro
vided with every modern convenience.
Take the Hint and Come Enrty.
At 8 o'clock this morning Kaufmanns',
anxious to reduce immediately and consider
ably their tremendous stock of men's over
coats, will place on sale 1.000 heavy silk
lined English chinchilla, French wide wale
and beaver overcoats, cut in the latest
shapes, and worth $18 to $20, at only $12.
Our Special Watch,
Pronounced bv all who have seen it to be
the neatest and most tasty in the market to
day. Guaranteed to be absolutely satisfac
tory as regards time. Bv
Hardt & Hates,
Jewelers, Silversmiths and Art Dealers,
629 Smithfield Et New building.
Feople Will Realize
That our store is the place to buy their
clothing at Think of it, $12 for a first-class
suit and overcoat we mean $12 for the twol
What better can you bny for a Christmas
present than invest $12 for a whole outfit?
P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts.,
opp. the new Court House.
Pocketbooka, Card Cases, Letter Cases,
In calf, morocco, Russia leather and seal
skin, at all prices, from plain to finest, with
or without sterling silver mountings. No
assortment to be found equal to ours.
Store open till 9 o'clock every evening.
, JOS. ElCHBAUM & CO.,
48 Pilth avenue.
, Be Sensible! Be Sensible!
ilf you want to buy a man's or boy's suit
or overcoat get it at Kaufmann's great holi
day sale to-day. Don't waitl You have
everything to gain by coming to-day
everything to lose by waiting. The wonder
ful bargains we shall offer to-day will go
with lightning rapidity. Kaufmanns'.
Casey's "Excelsior" rye is their special
brand. It is very favorably known in this
community, and we advertise only to give
outsiders a chance to become acquainted
with this fine old brand of straight and pure
MonongahelaTye. For sale at T. D. Casey
&"Co.'s, 971 Liberty st ps
x"VTe have a very large assortment of reed,
rattan and willow rockers, which are valued
very much as a gilt Tfiey make a very
Hoppee Beos. & Co.,
.TTS 507 Wood street
Xmas Gifts. ,-
Jos. Hobne & Co. 'a
Penn Avenue Stores.
i And quilted
, Handkerchiefs far Presents.
Immense choice initials, 10c, 15c, 18c,
r 1AA-mA llUfn ff3 illr If. ir
also Japanese silk, plain and initials, very I
cheap tit .Bosenbsum as w.. wxnssu
WHAT I WANT TOR CHRISTMAS
I Can Get Best at Hamilton's.
Is that so? Yes. I can get there an ele
gant, warranted, well-known, reliable pi
Trao at $230 in payments, or $210 cash, which
he will cheerfully place alongside so-called
$350 club pianos and some other new-fangled,
unpronounceable "pianos discovered only re
cently. Also another and better grade for
$250 on time, and $230 cash, which, if set
alongside above referred to (New Idea)
pianos, any purchaser would willingly pay
$50 ad ranee over New Idea machine. Also
can purchase a Decker Bros. orKnabe piano
at Hamilton's, which cannot be purchased
anywhere else. Also the great Fischer
pianos, of which there is now over 80,000 iu
use. President Harrison has recently pur
chased one for the White House (private
use). All the attempts of rival dealers to
cry down these brilliant and durable ar
tistic pianos have only served to call
forth favorable surnrise and friendship,
which usually ripen into purchases. Also-
I can get the great Estey cottage organs ai
Hamilton's. What other dealer in this
city but would auickly throw overboard
every other agency if he could only secure
the Estey? But no, you can only get the
Esteyat Hamilton's; also the-magnificent
mirrored Story & Clark, and also Clough &
Warren organs alone at Hamilton's, prices
running from $40 to $200 and over; pay
ments $5 and $10 per month. Now, why
should I go anywhere else than to Hamil
ton's, lam sure of the best grades and
quality of goods; sure of the lowest prices,
lor who does not know that Hamilton leads
the trade and has for many, many years.
Everybody knows it All who see his
stock, his facilities, and then the actual
trade done here need not be told why he can
and does sell better goods for less money
than any of his competitors. Then he has
just opened up a magnificent stock of
newfkesh small insteuments.
No old stock, broken, damaged, old styles,
lifeless, toneless instruments, but new, soul
ful, bright violins, $1 to $100; bows, 25 cents
to $10; bags and cases, 50 cents to $10.
Guitars, beauties, $3 to $50.
Mandolins, $5 to $30.
Banjos, $3 to $30.
Tambourines, 25c to $5.
Drums (musical), 50c to $30.
Fifes, 10c to $3. Flutes, $2 to $50.
Cornets, $8 to $100. Special line of beau
tiful C cornets for home and church use.
Ballad horn Home use.
Accordions, harmonicas, harps, music roll
cases, folios, zithers, autoharps, operinos,
Musical decanters, great novelty.
Music boxes, immense variety; prices
from 50c to $200. Everything! Every
thing. Come along to Hamilton's, 91 and
93 Fifth avenue, Pittsbnrg. Open every
New Departure In Accident Insurance.
The People's Mutual Accident Insurance
Association, of Pittsburg, Pa., have devised
a new plan for accident insurance which is
believed to be a great advance over anything
hitherto attempted in this line. It consists,
in brief, in dispensing with the membership
fee and the annoyance of frequent assess
ments. In lieu of this fee, and of an assess
ment issned before the ink is dry on the pol
icy, an advance of $4 with each apnlication
will carry insurance for the member for
three months, to be extended in force on the
same terms quarterly, or by the pavment of
$15 in advance the membership will be car
ried one year. From each of these payments
a certain portion (10 per cent) is to be set
aside to create a reserve fund for special
emergencies. Agents will be entitled to a
definite credit with each payment; this will
give them a permanent interest in the renew
als. We think this scheme will commend
itself to the assured, to the agents and to the
public generally. It is conceded by insur
ance experts that this plan adopted by the
People's is the most business-like and prac
tical form of insurance on the mutual or as
sessment plan that has ever been presented
to the public by an accident association.
LECHKER & SCHOENBERGER,
69 Fifth Avenae.
The policy of this house has always been
to sell pianos and orcans of the highest
grade onlr. Every instrnment fully war
ranted. No shoddy goods. Prices the low
est in the city for the quality of the goods
offered. Terms to suit all. 'Call and con
vince yourself. Store open every evening.
IiECHNEB & SCHOENBEBGEB,
69 Fifth avenue.
Pianos and Orcans.
New 5-octave parlor organs, $44.
New 7J-octave upright pianos, $175.
Second-hand 7-octave square pianos,
$80, $100. $125.
Second-hand 5-octave organs, $10, $20.
Store open nights till 9 o'clock.
Echols, McMukray & Co.,
123 Sandusky st,
TuSSu Allegheny, Pa.
Careful Choice at Jewelry
For Christmas presents doubles the recip
ient's nleasure. Nowhere else can eaual
f variety and beauty, utility and sterling
value oe lounu uian iu uic spienuia jeweirv
establishment of Wattles & Sheafer, 37
Store open at night for the holidays.
Young folks who intend to start house
keeping will consult their interest by buy
ing their outfit in furniture at H. Seibert '&
20c a yd. for fine French satine. Koech
lin's make, choice styles and colorings
were 35c and 40c. Hucus & Hacke.
Patbonize home industry and drink
Frauenheim & Yilsack's Pittsburg beer.
Novelties in walking gloves.
James H. Aiken & Co., 100 Fifth ave.
We All Cue the Banner.
There is no baking powder Comparable to
the old reliable "Banner" Baking Powder,
which has been used in many of onr very
best families for nearly a quarter of a cen
tury. Amateur bakers and even quite
small children bake delightful cakes with it
Take one enp dark Porto Bico molasses,
half cup dark brown sugar, one-fourth cup
butter and two eggs; beat these all together.
Stir into this one enp sweet milk, two tea
spoonfuls ground ginger, and three even
tups of Biffed flour, having mixed thor
oughly through the dry flour one measure
of "Banner Baking Powder." Bake in
pudding or cake pan one hour; slow
oven: serve hot, with the following hard
dressing: One-fourth pound butter beaten
to a cream, adding one egg and six taele
ipoonfuls of granulated sugar, beating nntil
quite light Flavor with vanilla or rum.
r-SOME PEOPLE'S WATS are
charmingly described In to-morrow's
DISPATCH by Jessie Fother
gill, the eminent authoress.
Walter j. Osboubne. RichabdRabbovs.
BABR0W8 & OSBOURNE
i . . .. v xuuiiu treefc
Telephone No. ai s1-6-tts-
i5-11I -J T
JO-DUplay advertisements one dollar per
tguare or one insertion. Classified advertise'
mentt on this page such as Wanted, For Bate,
To -Let, etc, ten cents per line for each inser
Hon, and none taken tor lets than fifty rents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient 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 with Thx Dis
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, S5iO Bntler street.
EMIL G. BTUCKEY, 24th street and Penn are.
E. G. BTOCKEY&CO.,WjUeave. andFultonst
N. bTO&ELY, fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, 6121 Fenn aTenna.
MCALLISTEK & BHEIBLEK, Sth ST. A Atwood it
JACOB SPOHN, No. Z Canon street. '
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carson street
A. J. EAERCHEK, 59 Federal street.
H. J. McURIDE. Market House, Allegheny.
FKKD H. EGGEBS. 172 Ohio street.
F. B. EGGEK3&SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENKY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Bearer ares.
PEKKYM. GLEIM. Rebecca and Alleghenr ares.
VT. W. FLOCK-EB. Stationer. No. 4 Grant are.
THE DISPATCH HAS OPENED A
BRANCH OFFICE FOB THE SOUTHSIDE
AT NO. 1220 CAESON STREET. WHERE
ADVERTISEMENTS, NEWS AND SOB'
SCRTPTIONS CAN BE LEFT. BOTH FOR
GENERAL EDITIONS, AND FOR THE
SPECIAL SOUTHSIDE ISSUE PUBLISHED
to O. MCCL1NTOCK. & CO., SI Filth
ave. . dell-76
TT7-ANTED FIRST-CLASS CPHOLSTERER:
VV atate experience and wages expected. Ad
dress UPHOLSTERER, Dispatch office. deH-51-D
TTTANTED A FIRST-CLASS FEEDER FOR
V a cylinder press. Apply at once, Room SI
DISPATCH BUILDING. Diamond street del4-8S
WANTD-A FIRST-CLASS CUTTER. ONE
who can speak German preferred. Inquire
at P. J. LOUGHNEY'S, No. KB Liberty st.
WANTED-AN A 1 VISE HAND IN MOLD
shop at McKEEt BKOTHEKS', Jeannette,
Pa. Inquire at 955 LIBERTY br., Plttsborr. Pa.
WASTED-ONE PLUMBER AND ONE GAS
fitter at once. Apply to D. CH1SHOLM,
SIS Walnut street, McKeesport. Steady work to
the right parties. del2-l(K
WANTED FOREMAN BOU.EB WORKS
Who can manage about twenty-five men and
tret out (rood work at lowest cost. Address A. J.
P., Dispatch office. de7-75-s
-TTJANTED TWO INTELLIGENT MEN. WHO
VV are not afraid to work, to represent us In
towns near the city: roid ealaryto the rijrht par
ties. Call or address ROOM . Eisner bnllalnp,
woodworker on light and heavy work: will
give steady employment dt the year to good man.
Apply to J. K. WOLFE. Monongahela City. Pa.
WANTED-A FEW EXPERIENCED bOLIC
1TOK3 who can furnish good references.
The right men can secure permanent and profit
able employment by addressing L-, Dispatch
WANTED-A GOOD PRACTICAL BOILER
maker, competent to lay out boiler and
tank work In all Its branches. Apply, stating
age, experience and references, to B. X. W.,
Dispatch office. de!3-52
-TTTANTED AOENTS-TO INTRODUCE OUR
VV ft self-operating washing machine; no
washboard or rubbing required: samplefree. Ad
dressMONARCH LAUNDRY WORKS, 2S Pacific
ave.. Chicago, 111. de!4-S9
WANTED A YOUNG MAN OF FROM
seventeen to twenty years of ace as Invoice
clerk; must be an exceptional good penman and
quick and accurate at figures. Address MANU
FACTURER, Dispatch office. deia-7
WAMED-RE1.1AHLE LOCALNAND TRAV
ELING salesmen; positions permanent:,
special Inducements now; fast-selling specialties!
don't delay; salary from start. BROWN BROS.,
.Nurserymen, Rochester. N.Y. sel7-70-TTS
-TTXANTEO-AQENTS SHOULD WHITE FOR
VV Illustrated circular, terms and two weeks1
trial of Missouri washer: washes dirtiest clothes
by hot steam without rubbing; easily sold; profit
able J. WORTH, MBeekman St., N. Y, .
WANTED PARTY WITH MONEY WHO
wishes to engage in manufacturing: new
invention; sells at sight in home and office.
Goods can be seen at SEVENTH AVE. HOTEL,
Room 233, Friday and Satardav; also general act.
wante d for Pittsburg. de!3-63
WANTED AGEMTSTOSELL TEA. BAKING
powder and pure spices: gifts with goods:
coke workers, miners or mlllmin can makemoney
in their spare time: special Inducements to per
sons having established trade. YAMASHLRO
TEA CO.. 83 Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa.
-TT7-ANTED-SALESMEN AT 75 PER MONTH
TV salarvand expenses, to sell a line of silver
plated ware, watches, etc.: by sample only; horse
and team furnished free; write at once for full
Bartlculars and sample case of goods free. 8TAN
ARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass.
WANTED -AGENTS IMMEDIATELY FOR
the book, "History of the Clau-na-Gael and
the Murder of Dr.Cronln :' 'a full and Impartial ac
count: the sensation of the century: a harvest for
agents: send for circulars and 20 cents for canvass
ing outfit: liberal terms. BORLAND & CO., 1CI
State sr., Chicago, 111. del4-3
WANTFD-EXPER1EN CED MALE STENOG
RAPHERS for railroad and manufacturing
business; $55 and 00 per month: situations fur
nished bookkeepers, office clerks, etc, with ex
perience and references: business houses sup
plied with professional and clerical assistance,
permanently or temporarily, without expense or
trouble to idem. COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTING.
AGEN CY, 163 Fifth avenue. deH-lS
-TTTAMED-YOU TO KNOW THAT HOSTS
TV of people are huvlng onr new hook.
Mary, the Queen of the House of David." and
are delighted with It: read the following: Mrs.
Louisa P. Hopkins, authoress, says: "I welcome
and commend the book:" C F. P. Bancroft "It
will be read with an Interest amounting to fasci
nation:" Dr. J. A. Chapman "1 have read It
with unflagging Interest:'' "Ik Marvel" "Dr.
Walsh has certainly put a verve and a glow Into
the narrative which Is sure to make the book ac
ceptable to thousands of readers;" goodsalarr to
earnest solicitors. Published exclusively by A.
b. GRAY & CO., Eisner & Phillips' building.
TTrANTED-TWO GOOD GIRLS FOR GEN
VV ERAL housework. Immediately. GRANT
HOTEL, 2831 Penn ave. de!4-39
WANTED-A COMPETENT GHtL FORN UHS
ING and chamber work: Protestant pre
ferred. Apply at 77 FIFTH AVE. de!4-25
without children, living In suburbs, wishes
housekeeper about 45 years old. Address PRO
FESSION, giving two unexceptionable references.
Male and Pcmale Heln.
WANTED-COOKS; WAGES, fJ 50 TO W CO:
chambermaids, dlnlngroom girls, nurses;
100 honse girls; German and colored girls; farm
hands; drivers. MRS. K. THOMPSON, 608
Grant st- de5-Mih8
TTXANTED-M QUAKBYMEN. 60 COOKS, 30
VV chambermaids, too house girls, nurse girls,
dishwasher ana laundress, col. cook, housekeeper,
CatboUo preferred. MEEHAN'S AGENCY. 545
Grant st. de9-D
WANTED SITUATION AS WATCHMAKER
and salesman by an experienced young
man; good reference. Address O. L. bHiFLEK,
48 Park way. Allegheny. del3-54
WANTED-BY A STEADY, COMPETENT
man of 25 years' experience, position to
oversee and work on a farm: reference as to ability
given If required. Address A. B. 9. Dispatch
TT.ANTED-ONE OR TWO GOOD PARTIES,
VV active or otherwise, to take an Interest In
a full running and rapidly growing lumber busi
ness la the Blty that has always made and Is now
making money, and susceptible of increased reve
nue with additional capital and assistance. The
firm stands high in commercial circles, and is foil
of energy aud enterprise, and possesses abundint
means, and only proposes now to accept of addi
tional capital, with or without personal services,
in order to meet the expansive character of the
business. This Is a splendid opportunity to mate
an Investment that has every element of safety,
and profit, and offers the privilege of becoming
associated with gentlemen or Integrity and finan
cial worth. Fuller particulars will be disclosed
only to principal! and parties who mean business,
by Mr. Drape, who Is personally acquainted with
the firm. Amount of capital wanted, 30,000.
JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth avenue,
TTTANTED-TO A.OAN 1200,000 ON MORT
V V GAGES: tlOO and upward at 6 per cent;
1500,000 at AH per cent on residences or business
property: also in. adlolnlng counties. 8. H.
FRENCH, US Fourth avenue. oc2-4-D
TTTANTD-MOBTGAGES-lCI0,000 TO LOAN
T T on mortgage, in sums irom sow to fio,wo.
for J to 5 yean on city property, at very low rates;
write for terms and rive du ertptlon of property.
f. E. GLASB, US XQtb are. Telephone No. 1764.
BON, 149 Fourth aTe. no-"
VT7-ANTED-MORTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
W In sums to suit at H, 5 and 6 per cent
ALLES ft BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave, Tel. 167.
TTrANXED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROF
W ERTY. over HO0O; 4 per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER ft CO.. S2 Fourth avenue.
WANTED-500 TO 500,000-TO LOAN ON
mortgages, 4K. 5 and 6 per cent. JAS. W.
DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. Tele
phone No. 975. del4-S9orWS
-TT7-ANTED-MORTGAGE3 ON PITTSBURG.
VV Allegheny or suburban Improved real estate
In large or small amounts at lowest rates. ALEX.'
ANDER ft LEE, 311 Wood St. del4-48-MWS
X1YLEA CO.. 131 Fourth ave.
TTITANTED-MORTGAGES IN LARGE OR
VV small amounts on improved cltyorAlle-
6 heny county property. McCUN E 4 COULTER,
eal Estate Agents and Auctioneers, 93 Fourth
ANTED-TO LOAN (500,000. IN AMOUNTS
nr 9X cm And nnwArH. on rltT and suburban
property, on 4) percent, tree or tax: also smaller
amounts at 6 and e per cent BLACK ft BAU4D,
95 Fourth avenue. sea-a-i
v h;l nui, .u vu ... turn ...
cent counties at 8 per cent.
bON, lOo Fourth avenne.
WANTED-TOBUYAGOOD PAYING GRO
CERY store In either city. Address J. O.,
Dispatch office. deU-50
WANTED-A SMALL SECOND-HAND UP
RIGHT boiler about ten horse power. Ad'
dress J. W. T., Dispatch office. de!4-40
WANTED-1NVEBTOR3 TO KNOW THAT
we have several properties for sale which
would make No. 1 Investments. McCUNE ft
COULTER. Agents. 88 Fourth ave. de!4-52
WAMED-EVERYONE TO, KNOW THAT,
PEARSON, the leading photographer, of
90 Fifth ave. and 43 Federal st., All'y., is making
a life size crayon portrait, beautifully framed, and
one dozen cab. photos, all for 33; all fine work.
WANTED-THK PUBLIC TO KNOW .THAT
the largest and most complete stock of
trusses, elastic stockings, shoulder braces, etc.,
can be seen at the store of ARTIFICIAL LIMB
M'F'GCO., 909 Penn avenne, near Ninth street,
Pittsburg. Pa. nol65-S8n
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE-8,700-CLIFF ST. BRICK HOUSE
7 rooms, hall, bath, porches, etc; lot 50x147.
J. R. COOPER ft CO., vn Fourth ave. de!4-l
T7I0R SALE-ON CLIFF ST.. CITY. BE1
fi riwpltlnir nf llTnomn; all litest modem am
ances: lot 30x147 ft. ALEXANDER ft LEE, 313
FOR SALE-ON BIDGE ST., NEAR THIRTY
THIRD, IZ300: lot 25x90; new frame dwelling
of 6 rooms; 11,600 cash, bal. to suit. THOS. MC
CAFFREY, 3509 Butler st. de8-42-TTSSU
FOR SALE MARION ST., NEAR FIFTH
ave. ; substantial and modern brick dwelling
of 9 rooms, hall, bath, range, gases, excellent
cellar, slate roof, etc. ; lot 24x103. J. R. COOPER
4 CO., 107 Fourth ave.- de!4-l
FOR BALE-TO CLOSE AN ESTATE, AT A
bargain, 3 brick houses: lot 60x114 ft.: rent
ing for 161 per month: on Vine st., Eighth ward;
call or send for particulars. W. A. HERRON ft
SONS, SO Fourth avenue. no30-40-S
FOR SALE-ON WATER NEAR GRANT ST..
a good paying Investment, 7 brick tenant
houses: lot 20x80 it., with 40 ft. in the rear; will
close at a bargain; apply soon. I. M. PENNOCK
ft bON, No. 105 Fourth ave. deI4-44-MWS
IOB SALE -MARION ST. A BARGAIN-
C brick house, 7 rooms, hall, bath, range, w.
V. K.K3, UVUUIO UUIUl IUK UIAU.C... l.UUUI
with stationary tuba, etc : lot 20x90 to 6-foot alley.
J. R. COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth ave. de!4-l
FOR SALE PRIDE ST. PRESS-BRICK
front dwelling, 7 rooms, ball, finished
attic, eases, good dry cellar, also 6-room brick
house in rear: lot 24x104. low price and easy terms.
J. R. COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth ave. del4-l
OR SALE-VIRGINIA AVE.. MT. WASH
INGTON, a nice 2-storr brick house or s
rooms, bath, range nat. gas. etc.. in good re
pair: price 1300; cash $3uX bal. to suit. I. M.
PENNOCK ftSON, No. 105 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE-BARGAINS IN
houses and lots for homes and Investments;
over 1, OX properties to select from; now Is the
time to buy; real estate Is the best security In the
conntry, and the safest-place to put your monev.
Before buying be sure to call on THOS. MCCAF
FREY, 3509 Butler it. Office open evenings.
Telephone 5514. deS-145-WSSu
Enst End Residences.
FOR SALE-ta.500 WILL HUT A MODERN
house of 6 rooms, with all latest improve
ments, lot 22x100 ft., with stable, etc.. at Oakland,
near cable cars. ALEXANDER ft LEE, 313 Wood
FOR SALE NO. 4431 PEMN AVE.. 32.750 FOR
2-story brick business honse and dwelling,
store and 6 rooms, large stable and lot 20HU0;
one-half cash; bal. to suit. THOS. MCCAFFREY,
3509 Butler St. ' delO-23-TTS
FOR SALE-SHADYSIDE A COZY 2-STORY
frame house of 6 rooms, finished attic bath,
both kinds gas, substantially built and nicely
finished; fine lot. I. M. PENNOCK ft SON, No.
106 Fourth are. delO-51-TTS
TOR SALE-FIVE-BOOM BRICK H'JUSE ON
X: Fifth avenne near Robinson street, on line
ot cable cars, at a bargain: price (2,500; (i, 000 cash
and the balance on ten years' time If desired, u.
H. LOVE, No. 93 Fourth avenue del4-43
FOR SALE-A BARGAIN ONLY 13,000 AT
Oakland, location good -a good, new brick
house, 12 rooms; corner lot, containing 2 acres of
level ground. For full Information see W. A.
HERRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth avenue
FOR SALE-NO. 4515 CALVIN ST.. SEVEN
TEENTH ward, new brick dwelling, slate
roof, t rooms, hall, vestibule and large finished
attic: large stable on rear of lot: price 32,600 at
terms to suit. 1HOS. MCCAFFREY, 3509Ttutler
FOR SALE AT 32,500-EAST END HOUSE OF
6. rooms and good lot, with side entrance;
bouse almost new and in first-class order: Imme
diate possession: terms quite reasonable. JAS.
W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth avenue Pitts
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN ON COR. OF
Penn and Linden aves., large lot and modern
brick house of 12 rooms, reception hall, sliding
doors, hardwood mantels, etc. etc: elegant and
omplete in every respect. THUS. LIGGETT, No.
114 Fourth ave. del4-41-TTsu
FOR SALE COR. FIFTEENTH AND SARAH
sts , S. S., fine 2-story pressed brick dwell
ing, 7 rooms, hall, cellar, sewer, both gases, fin.
attic: also on Sarah st., a 2-room and storeroom
frame dwelling: lot 30x62)4 ft.; price only (5,500.
A. A. ALLES. 162 Fourth ave OC14-I0
FOR hALE 14,500-SHETLAND AVE , NEW
two-story mansard; nlnu rooms, hall, vesti
bule bath. Inside w. c, hot and cold water, slate
mantels, electric Ugnts and bells, natural gas; a
pleasant home at a small price: lot 9x100. J. R.
COOPER ft CO., 167 Fonrth ave. deH.l
FOR BALK-SEVENrERNTH WARD-5,300-8
per cent net Investment: situate on one of
the principal streets, two 2-story frame bouses
front, and two 2-story brick bouses rear, fronting
an alley: all In best of repair; lot 25x150. J. R.
COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth ave del4-l
FOR HALE-COR. PROPERTY: LOT 43x100,
with 6-room frame dwelling, all modern con
veniences, near P. R R. and cable lines: worth
4.500; will sell at 3.600: terms reasonable; this Is
a bargain for some one: possession at once.
SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave.
TjV)B SALE-ON MAW. NEAR DAVISON ST.,
X! Seventeenth ward, at a sacrifice as owner Is
leaving the city, a new 8-room brick dwelling,
with modern conveniences; lot 25x100; price
4,600; all or half casb. bal. to enlt: cost over
fc, 000. THOS. MCCAFFREY, 3509 Butler street.
FORSALE-ia,000-PENN AVE,, NEABWINE
BIUDLE, brick house 6 rooms and attic hall,
vestibule, bath, hot and cold water, both gases.
porches, wash house, well sewered: this Is a bar
gain; lot25xlOO. J. B. COOFERftCO., 107 Fourth
FOB SALE-A NICENE W DWELL1N G. WITH
corner lot, in the East End, near to cable
cars and railroad station: 9 cheerful rooms, attle
rooms, bath, w. c, natural gas, laundry and all
other domestic appliances: a beautiful property
and in prime order. JAB. W. DRAPE ft CO., 129
Fourth ave, Pittsburg. del2-19
FOR SALE 320,000-0 AKL AND RESIDENCE.
Craft ave.. convenient to Fifth ave cable
line substantial 2-story and mansard brick dwell
ing, 12 rooms, hall in center. 2 bathrooms, laun
dry, stationary washstands, slate and marble
mantels, etc.; lot 100x227, with good stable and
carriage house In rear; this dwelling was not built
for sale, and Is one of the most substantial houses
In the E. E,: all partitions are built of brick: see
and be convinced. SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO.,
99 Fourth are de8-94
FOBSALE-AN ELEGANT EAST END RESI
DENCE, on one of the fine avenues, con
tiguous to cable cars: II spacious rooms, billiard
room, Ubrary.bath. lavatorial facilities, laundry,
natural gas, and modern throughout with all the
more recent appointments; beautiful large lot
girds the entire residence: the situation is one o(
rare grandeur; a rich bloom of landscape beanty
greets the eye at every nolnt; Immediate pos
session: payments to suit purchaser, JAS. W.
DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth ave, Pittsburg.
OR SALE THERE ARE TEN VERY -UE-HIRAHLK
nouses nowln course of rfrnstnre-
tlonou Oakland square; to be finished complete
ready for occupancy by April l; five of these
houses are already sold, leaving five still available
to buyers: prices, 17,500, 18,000 and 10,000, accord
ing to size and location; lots vary In size from 301
100 to 92x150; Atwood St., npw pared with asphalt
from Filth ave. to Oakland square and traction
road being laid. Apply to SAMUEL W. BLACK
ft CO., 99 jrounn ave. aei2-4
FOB SALE-A NEAT NEW RESIDENCE
with large corner lot, near Shauysldc East
End and Ben Venue: large reception halL parlor,
dining room and kitchen, with china closets, etc,
on first floor; 4 bedrooms, bath and w. c. on see
ond floor, 2 finished attic rooms, natural gas, dry
cellar, all under concrete; perfect sewerage piazza
In front and porch' In rear; everything qnlte new
and complete: will be ready for occupancy In a
week-or two: price lew, on moderate payments.
Particulars horn JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., IS
Fourth are, flttt&ura;,-, - deM-H-B.
tTTANTED MORTGAGES-tl, 000, 000TO LOAN
V V on city and suburban propertles-at 4K, 5 and
C .. mA n ...ot. In 1 llD.n. anil ftflla.
u;tM.-, .-- -v--
F8R SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
Eat End Re4aeBcea.
CWB BALE -1,700- A COZY HOME AT
X; Brushton; one equally good, same price, at
WUklnsburg. CHARLES SOMERS ft CO.SU
Wood st. del477
FOR SALE CHOICE AND COMPLETE
homeatBrushton; large lot: near statloni
ft 000. CHARLES SOMERS ft CO., 313 Wood St.
Telephone 1771 del4-77
FOR 8ALE-I10.50O-ON TAYLOR ST., 8IX
TEENTHward, at terms to suit: lot 45x137
reet, eornerproperty. 5 almost new brick dwell
ings in first-class repair, n ow rentl n g for 1, 008 per
nnum; will net over 8 per cent. THOS. McOAF
FKEY, 3509 Bntler st. del4-14-W88u
FOB SAKE-CHOICE ALLEGHENY INVEST-MEvr-M
substantial S-itory brick dwellings;
rental njtn per year. CHARLES SOMERS ft
CO., 313V?oodst. Telephpne,1773 de!4-77
FOR SALE-NO. 73 LINCOLN AVENUE; AL
LEGHENY, at anctlon, on the premises, on
Jan. 7 next, by order of Orphans' Court. See W.
A. HERKON ft SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-PARK PROPERTY RESIDENCE
No. 21 Montgomery avenue Allegheny: 14
rooms, bath, lavatories, lanndry, all conveni
ences. BAILEY, FARBELL 4 CO.. No. 619
Smlthfleld street. del2-l2-TTSSn
FOR SALE-ALLEGHENY-FULTON ST.-A
snug 2-story brick bouse of 6 rooms, attic
good cellar, both kinds gas; In complete repair:
lot 18SX72 feet: price 3,500. I. M. FENN0CK4
BON, No. 105 Fourth ave. del4-44-MWS
FOR BALE-NEW 8-ROOM BRICK DWELL
ING, Jackson St., Second ward, Alle
gheny; 400 feet from street cars: best location In
the Second ward; a bargain for (5,600. SAMUEL
W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave. delO-96-TTS
FOR BALE NORTH AVE. RESIDENCE,
nearly new. contains Broome hath, range
etc.; house built back from street; corner lot; a
fine chance to get a home on the park. A. D.
WILbON, 55 Federal St.. Allegheny. delO-27-TTS
FOR SALE A NICE 7-ROOM HOUSE AND
good lot with side entrance to an alley. In
Allegheny, pn line of street cars; natural gas,
bath, w. c. and other modern conveniences: price
only (3,500. JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO., 129 Fourth
ave., Pittsburg. del2-19
FOR SALE-ALLEGHENY GOOD LOCAL
ITY, line street cars horse power soon to be
substituted by cable: lot fronting two paved
streets: two brick dwellings. 7 and -4 rooms: ten
ants never wanting; 5,300. CHARLES BOMERS
ft CO., 313 Wood st. del4-77
TjTOR BALE-FRANKLIN ST., ALLEGHENY,
JU good brick house 7 rooms, ball, vestibule
ublu, range not ana coia water, insiae w. c, in
side shutters; well finished throughout; price low
to a quick buyer; lot 24x130. J. B. COOPER ft
CO., 107 Fourth ave del4-l
POR SALE NO. 293 ROBINSON ST.. ALLE
GHENY, 9-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 4
COULTER, Agents, 98 Fourth ave del4-52
FOR SALE-MONTEREY ST, ALLEGHENY,
brlcK house 8 rooms, hall, restloule batb.
Inside w. c, range hot and cold water, both
gases, front and back stairs, china closet; an ele
gant house in every respect and price low ; lot 20x
110 to Morgan st. J. R. COOPER 4 CO., 107 Fourth
FOR SALE-ON SHEFFIELD ST.-AN ELE
GANT 3-story brick dwelling, containing 12
rooms, laundry, etc. ; has every modern conven
ience; front porch, good yard all paved, fine
brick stable cement pavements: can give imme
diate possession. For full particulars call on A.
D. WILSON, 65 Federal St., Allegheny.
OR SALE-A HANDSOME RESIDENCE,
almost new, with corner lot, on the parks, Alle
gheny; most desirable location and particularly
fine residence; replete throughout with all modern
requisites and in elegant condition; would take a
smaller property in exchange as part payment
and allow long time on cash difference. JAS.
W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth avenue Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-DESIRABLE RESIDENCE AND
investment property, corner page and Man
hattan sts., fine 2-story brick dwelling 9 rooms,
bathroom, w. c. in and outside vestibule, halL
both gases: house 22 ft. frontage; lot 22x132 ft. to
Franklin st. : also adjoining lot, 58 ft. on Page st.
by 58 ft. on Manhattan st. ; choice property: terras
easy. ALLES 4 BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave lei.
FOR SALE-NO. 38 SAMPSON STREET,
Allegheny, a two-story and mansard brick
dwelling of 9 rooms, halt, vestibule, bath, lnsido
w. c. and stationary v. s range b. and c. water,
slate mantels and tile hearths, sliding doors be
tween parlor and dining room, both gases; this
house la elegantly finished throughout; price only
(7 500. J. E. GLASS, No. 138 Fifth ave. Telephone
-FINE BRICK DWELLING. COK-
rrazier and Sheffield sts.: contains
ars. dining room, kitchen and china
r st floor; 4 chambers, bath room and
second floor: 4 rooms on third floor:
i heat in cellar: back ana front stairs;
f : In fact,has all modern conveniences;
r new and In snlendld condition. A.
jt, 55 Federal St., Allegheny.
FORSALE-A COMMODIOUS BRICK DWELL
ING vith beautiful double lot, 49X138 feet, in
AlleghenT.1 on a flue street near street cars: 10
spacious rojm,wlth hath, lavatory, laundry, fur
nace and other needed requirements; good brick
stable aid. carriage house on rear of lot opening
out to ajpaved alley: this property can be secured
at a great bargain: the best value of any property
In eitbcf city. JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth
ave , Pitsburg.
FOR 18ALE A PRINCELY RESIDENCE
property on the parks, Allegheny: almost
new: spacious and luxurious rooms: fitted up and
arrangiU throughout with every known recent
convenience and appliance; one of the most per
fect of I city residences, and In a location with
surroundings of a most attractive nature; line
southern exposure and full view of the fragrant
parks; side and rear entrance; brick stable and
carriage house etc., etc. : to anyone seeking an
elegant elty home this property has special feat
ures oft attraction. Fuller Information and a
Eermlt to examine the premises from JAS. W.
iRAFEft CO., 129 Fourth avenue Pittsburg. .
FOR SALE -AT HAZELWOOD- A FINE
residence on Sylvan ave. of 12 rooms, hall,
vestibule water, both kinds gas, stable and out
buildings: &)i acres ground; splendid location,
with pleasant surroundings: cheap to an early
buyer. 1. M. PENNOCK 4 SON, No. 105 Fourth
FOK3AL E-AN ELEGANT HOME FINE
houle large lot, at WUklnsburg; 5.500.
CHARLES SOMERS 4 CO., 313 Wood at, del 4-77
or Sale-very cheap-only 2,000-14
acres ground, with fair lmDrovcments. at
btoops' Kerry, P. 4 L. E. R. R. See W . A. HER
RON ft SONS, SO Fourth ave. de4-12-tvs
FOR SALE WILKINSBURG-A FINE 9
rooni modern dwelling, well arranged; laun
dry, finished attic bath, hot and cold water, nat.
gas, electric light, slate mantels, fine tile hearths;
lot 80x264 price reasonable. L. C. WELIUN,
Room 7, Union station, city. del4-15-TuW8
FOR SALE-AT WlLKINSBURG, HOUSE 6
rooms, with corner lot. 45xl26,6mlnutes from
WUklnsburg station and 6 minutes from Brush
ton station: cheapest property In WUklnsburg to
day: price 12,700. W. E. HAMNETT, 404 bmlth-
neiu street, xitisDurg, ana wiuuusDurg, jra.
OR SALE-HOUSE AND LARGE LOT AT
Ingram station: monthly payments; 6mall
amount down: 6 rooms, hall, porches, natural
gas, water, etc; large lot: two minutes from
railroad station; rare bargain; Immediate pos
session. JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO , 129 Fourth ave.,
FOR SALE-AT WlLKINSBURG, CONVE
NIENT to station, 2 neat 5-roomed frame
houses, lot 33'xl00 feet; excellent water in both
houses; natural gas; good, dry cellars: wUl be sold
very low and on easypayments. Full particular!
from McCUNE 4 COULTER, 93 Fourth ave., who
will take you out and show you the property.
FOR SALE LOTS.
Eaat End Lot.
FOR BALE-ON MELLON ST., NEAR STAN
TON ave., lot 133x120, only 3,000. THOS.
LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth ave. del4-41-TTSSu
FOR BALE-MUST BE BOLD PROMPTLY;
lotabont 50 ft. front on NegleVave.. E. ..
lotabont 50ft. front on Negleyave., E. .,
an elegant location for fine residence. GEO. T,
MCDONNELL, Forty-third and Butler sts.
FOR SALE COR. CENTER AVE. AND BAB
TON .st, lot 150M75, elegant location, good
sewerage and convenient to both steam and cable
cars. THOS. LIGGETT, No. Ul Fonrth ave.
FOR SALE-I STILL HAVE A FEW CHOICE
lots In the Bank of Commerce addition plan,
at prices and terms that should meet ready sale;
act quick. JOHN F. BAXIER, Agent. 512 Smith
field street. de8-7S-TTSSU
FOR SALE-ONLY $3,500 FOR A LOT 93X195
ft. to 2C-ft. alley, only one square from
Hllandave.. E. End: good investment, SAMUEL
W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fonrth ave. de!2-92-Thg
FOR BALE-BUILDING.' SITES, E. E 80x225,
Penn and Dallas aves.; 100x163, Boulevard
place; 188x260, Linden ave.: 68x222, Boulevard
place: 60x120, Edmund st. and Alden: 60x120. Ed
mund St. (corner lot): choice locations; prices
reasonable: terms easy. 1. M. PENNOCK 4
SON. 105 Fourth ave. delO-51-TTS
FOB 8ALE-BAUM GROVE LOTS ARE THE
most promising lots In the market; prices are
very low; this plants located In the center of the
East End and but a few minutes' walk from both
traction lines and Penna. B. R. Full informa
tion from MELLON BROS., East End, or JNO.
F. BAXfER, Agent, 612 Smithfield st.
' i- deS-75-MThS
TTIOR SALE-ON FOBBES ST., IN THE IM
JC MEDIATE vicinity of Schenley Park, from
one to five acres; convenient to new electric road,
and bound to increase In value from 50 to 100 per
cent, as It is without doubt naturally the moat
beautiful property In the Schenley Park district.
THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth ave.
IOR BALE AN EXCELLENT FARM OF 200
L. aeic, Close to rauroau SLa.ivu, guuu lauu,
all susceptible of tillage well suited for a dairy
u bhj larm, Tery comionauic uncuuijc uuusc,
large bank barn and numerous other outbuUd
ings; splendid orchard and copious supply of
water, etc ; would accept of a small city property
In part payment. JAlC W. CRAPE ft CO.. 12V
Fourth avenue PltUburj. v dtu-ao-xrha .t
FOR BALE-ON SEIGLXH STREET, ALLfi
. ., GHENY, goodframe house of 6 rooms, batb,.
but, fyestl bole etc. lotOxTdtrrt.; price 2.600.
AuafejUIAJJeOblC JU.43ia vvooaTC.
FOB. SALE-FARM, 110 ACRES, VERY BEST
of buildings, in rich farming community
Lawrence co.: must be sold soon. ED.WITTISII,
410 Grant St., PlttsDurg. de!3-D
-IJiOR SALE-A FINE FARM IN OIL TEKRI
JD. TORY, adjoining Montour Bun, about 109
acres; large dwelling, barn, etc., orchard, -water,
etc jjsrettlest farm site In the county: Is known
as "Cairnbeads;" it Is believed by experts to be
on the line or the oil developments. Particulars
from JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourtb-avenne
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-DRUGSTORES FROM 1,500 TO
3,000, confectionery store for jOU, cigar
stores, grocery stores, notion store restaurant,
etc. PERC1VAL 4 CHAPMAN, 67 FUth ave
TfilOR SALE-ONE OF THE OLDEST AND
X1 best paying photo galleries of Allegheny: a
rare chance for right partv: good reason for sell
ing. PHOTO, Dispatch-office delI-36-WTbsSU
FOR BALE-AN ESTABLISHED GENERAL
store, with good trade; will exchange for
property: good reasons for selling. , Address
BILLINGSLEY, Dispatch office. deU-S5-vuS
FOR SALE-AN ESTARLISHED RETAIL
grocery business In Allegheny: beat location
in the city and a large trade, mostly casb. Ad
dress RETAIL GROCER, Dispatch office de!2-3
FOR SALE WELL-PAYING BOABD1NG
bouse, in central part of business, steady
trade honse full; will sell at abont half price;
physical inability the cause; terms half casb,
balance on time. MAGAW 4 GOFF, LIU.. 145
Fourth ave. del4-38
OR BALE-GRAND OPPORTUNITY FOR
A.' one or two active men with some capital to
step into a paying wholesale prodnce commission
business, nrofita this year will reach S10.000: owner
engaged In other business reason for selling. Ad
dress F. C. DICKSON, 140 Monterey at., Alle
FOB SALE-GROCERY STORES IN BOTH
cities, from 33a0to 10, OOOi cigar stores 250.
350. oOO. 1,800; shooting gallery paying 75 per
week clear of expenses: drugstores: general
country stores:board!ng bouses, milk routes, con
fectioneries, bakeries and otber good business
Chances. SHEPARD 4 CO., 54 birth ave. no23
FOR'BALE-COAL BUSINESS ON LINE Of
railroad, near the city, all in successful oper
ation, and including pit wagone mules, tools and
all necessary equipment: about 10 acres of solid
coal: side track space for 50 cars; rare opening for
anyone wbo understands the coal business. JAS.
W. DRAPE 4 CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pittsbnrg.
FOR SALE-AN INTEREST IN A WELL
establlshed stove house furnishing and
builders' hardware business In the city: a good
man. wbo can furnish 5,000 and come well recom
mended andprove competent to take charge of the
books and office work, will be liberally dealt with;
this Is a good opening: the business Is prosperous
and growing. JAS. W. DRAPE4 CO., 129 Fonrth
avenue, Pittsburg. del4-90-D
TpOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 300 ACRES OF
Jj coal and mineral land on line of railroad and
river, about GO miles from the city, with connec
tions to Buffalo and the Canadian trade; besides
coal there is iron ore lime and bnilding stone and
fire clay: two coal mines and one ore mine open;
equipped with tracks, care etc.; demand tor all
coal and Iron ore that can be mined; 45 dwelling
bouses, large store and other buildings: two good
gas wells on the land; a splendid opening lor a
profitable business; will sell, or exchange for
other property In part payment. W. W. ACHE
SON, or JOS. PAINTER, Room 204 BIssell block,
or JAS. W. DHAPE& CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pitts
bnrg. t del4-87-D
IOB SALE-A BARGIN TO PROMPT BUYER;
choice Alleghenvuiamond business nronertr.
CHARLES SOMERS 4 CO.. 313 Wood st. del4-77
FOB SALE CITY IN VESTMENT CORNER
property with buildings: 270 feet street front
age: 120,000. CHARLES SOMERS 4 CO., 313
Wood st. Telephone 1773. del4-77
FOR SALE-GOOD ALLEGHENY BUSINESS
property: two-story brick, 20x100; corner,
large frontage: 8.000. CHARLES SOMERS 4
CO., 313 Wood st. Telephone 1773. de 14-77
FURS ALE A FOURTH AVENUEPROPERTY
well located, for less than anything In the
neighborhood: a snre property to enhance In
value. C. H. LOVE, No. 93 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE A LARGE BUSINESS PROP
ERTY on Water street, city: snbstantlal
building; adopted for almost any kind of busi
ness. JAS. V. DRAPE 4 CO., 129 Fourth ave
nue Pittsburg. del4-87-D
FOR SALE-SCHENLEY LEASEHOLD ON
Water St., n. Penn ave., lot about 5ux75ft.,
brick store aud dwelling of 8 rooms and a 2-room
brick house In the rear; will be sold at a low price:
a good Investment. 1. M. PENNOCK 4 SOM,
No. 105 Fonrth ave. deM-44-Hws
FOR SALE-THE BULL'S HEAD TAVERN,
with 40 rooms and stabling. No. 195 Second
ave: a three-story building, with lot 48 feet front
on becond ave and 24 feet on Third ave For par
ticulars call on GEORGK.F4CARNLEY or HENRY
A. WEAVER 4 CO.. 92 Fonrth ave de!3-58
FOR SALE FIFTH AVE. BUSINESS PROP
ERTY, only 363 per front foot, near the Court
House: a lotu3xllo feet to a street; well adapted
for any purpose requiring large space and down
town location; certain enhancement in value and
unsurpassed. aB a safe speculation; satlsfactorv
terms can oo maae. Dd.aiuji.Li n. jslaa. &
CO.. 99 Fourth avenue
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, dtc
FORSALE-A LIVERY AND UNDERTAK
ING business; 11 horses: carriages, buggies,
wagons, bearses, with all the necessary outfit,
etc., in one of the most active manufacturing
towns on line of railroad in the county; a splen
did opportunity for a man who understands the
business; the present proprietor has made a snug
fortune; particulars to principals and parties who
are able to purchase will be furnished at our of
fice. JAMES W. DRAPE 4 CO.. 129 Fourth ave,
Machlncrr and Metals.
FOR SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
and refitted: repairing promptly attended to.
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29
FOR SALE-ONE 20X24 HORIZONTAL EN
GINE, 25,000 reet second-hand wire rope; also
hoisting, and portable engines and Slemen valves.
castings, etc VELTE4 MCDONALD. 3200 Penn
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
botiers; all sizes and styles in stock, from 4 to
100 h. p. ;all rentted;good as new, at lowest prices;
portable engines, 8 to 25 h. p. ; boilers all sizes
ana styles. J.S.YOUNG,23Park way, Allegheny.
FOR SALE tEUNDERSIGNED.RECEIVER
of Rees, bhook ft Co., offers for sale the ma
chinery, tools, patterns, etc., of said Arm; the
machinery consists of lathes, drill presses, etc.;
also a large gray mare 7 years old. and harness
celver, Bakewell Law Building, Pittsburg, Pa.
FOR SALE SIACHINE SHOP-THE VALUA
BLE machine shop of Washington Beck, Esq..
sltnate on B. Sixteenth street. S. b.. is now offered
for sale owing to HI health: lot 60x60 ft., with one
2-story frame bnilding, 40x60 ft., and a one-story
frame 20x60 feet, with engine boiler, fan, 3 Hues
of shafting, pulleys, etc.: the machinery is all
flrst-class and in good condition; location excel
lent, heretofore doing a nice business; this valua
ble property will be sold at a low price to an Im
mediate purchaser; an excellent opportunity for
a man ol experience and means to step into a
well-established trade. Apply to I. M. PEN
NOCK ft bON, 105 Fourth are. del4-45-D
FOB SALE-PIANO; ALMOST NEW: WILL
sell at a sacrifice for cash: parties desiring a
bargain for a Christmas girt will do well to
answer, as owner is leaving cltv: answer for next
three days, giving real, name and address. Ad
dress PIANO, Dispatch office. del4-34
FOR SALE ONE ELEGANT HAND-MADE
dlnlngroom sideboard: Just completed; also
elegant chamber suit, ornamental center table,
fine writing desk, suitable for office or private
dwelling: made expressly forhoUday presents.
At BAWERS ft SCHIMPF'S. cor. Chestnut and
Pike sts., Allegheny.
Pittsbtjro. PA., December 13, 1889.
ELECTION THE ELECTION FOR DI
RECTORS of this Dank for the ensuinc
year will be held at the hanking honse, No. 4o
Filth avenne, on TUESDAY, January 14, 1890,
between the honrs of 11 a. m. and 12 M.
del-32 F. C. HUTCHINSON, Cashier.
First National Bank, PrrrsBtrRo, Pa.
PITTSBtjbo. December. 14, 1889.
ELECTION-THE ANNUAL ELECTION
of nine directors for this bank, to serve
for the ensuing year, will be held at the Banking
House, corner Wood st and Filth avenue,
TUESDAY, January 14, IS90, between the
honrs ot 11 A. Jt. and 1 o'clock p. M.
dell-D J.T). SCULLY.
OLD POINT COMFORT,
VA., HYGEIA HOTEL.
One minute's walk from Fortress Monroe,
where daily inspections, drills, guard mounting
and dress parade take place The sceulo at
tractions are unrivaled.
Muslo afternoon and evening. Climate mild,
yet bracing and inyigoratinc: The most de
lightful winter resort in the United States.
Turkish, Russian, Electric and HOT SEA
Baths. Send for illustrative descriptive
pamphlet F. N. PIKE,
Piney Woods Hotel.
Season opens December 4. 1889.
M. ABOWER, Proprieton
For circulars, rates, ete, address
WM. E. DA VIES, Manager, Thomasville, Ga.
or F.A. BUDLONG, WindsorHotel, N.Y.City.
4K, S and 6 per cent; city or
country: no delay.
SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO.,
TO LET ON FEDERAL ST.. PG.. BRICK
house of 7 rooms and bathroom; reduced rent
to April 1.' THOB. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth
fl-tO LET-LOCUST STREET, NEAR VAN
X. BRAAMst.,new brick bouse of8 rooms, bath,
range, hot and cold water, both kinds of gas fix
tures, 15 minutes from P. O. ; rent 30 per month.
SeeW. A. HERRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth ave
Offices, Dealt Boom. ic.
TO LET-FOUBTH AVE. OFFICE-2 OFFICES
first floor, between Smllhfleld and Wood;
well lighted; also large front office. Inquire
MORRIS ft FLEMING. 110 Fonrth ave.
TO LET-300 PER YEAB-A LARGE, WELL
LIGHTED office with all modern conven
iences; newly painted and papered ; has two Urge
closets for storage room. Inquire at GERMAN IA.
SAVINGS BANK. 423 Woodst. nol3-31-P
PERSONAL NEW BOOKS-HUNDREDS OF
new books, nicely bound In cloth gUt, at2tc
each? many fine books In elegant bindings: come
and see them. LEVI'S BOOKSTORE, Liberty
st., nearNlnth. ncS-33
PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURNED; recently they had not been on the
best of terms owing to a little family lar occa
sioned by the wife insisting on being allowed to
renovate bis wearing appareL and which, ot
course was done in a bungling manrter; in order
to prevent the 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.
PERSONA L-THE FOLLOWING LATE OFFI
CERS U. S. Navy (and their heirs) wUl learn
something to their advantage by addressing the
undersigned: Lieut. C. W.'Amstrong, tinrg. R.
T. Barry, Com'r. E. Byrne Mid. C. 8. Bell, Mate
A. K. Baylor, Burg. E. J. Bee Com'r. E. A. Bar
nett, SaUmaker N. Buck. Surg. D. W. Ballentlne
Surg. 8. Harrington, Com'r. T. McK. Buchanan,
Mid. J. X. Bredln. Surg. J. L. Burtt, Lieut. E.
Brlnler, Jr., Chap. Walter Colton. Com'r. J.
Calhoun. Lieut. G. W. Chapman, Lieut. W. M.
Caldwell, Mid. R. M.JCaldweU, Lieut. F. S. Con
over, Engineer John Carroll, Surg. E. F. Dray
ton, Mid. E. D. Denny, Surg. E. R. Dodge Engi
neer N. C. Davis, MldT. S. B. Elllott,GnnnerC.E.
Earnshaw. Surg. D. Egbert. Chap. N. Frost,
Engineer J. Fouansbee Ensign J. Greenhalgb,
Mid. W. B. Hayes, Lieut. T. TV Houston, Surg. A.
A. Henderson. Surg. W. A. Harris. Surg. X.
Hudson., Com'r. W. E. Hunt, Lieut. Geo. H.
Hare Lieut. C. G. Hunter, Surg. J. Hastings,
Lieut. H. Ingersoll, Lieut. Montgomery Lewis,
Capt. E. A. F. Lavellette Boatswain Joseph
Lewis, Master T. J. Llnnekm. Mate a W. Levins,
Cban. John S. Lenhart, Gnnner W. H. Myers,
Lieut. 3. B. McCanley. Lieut. R. M. MeArran.
Surg. J. J. Magee Mid. F. B. McKean, Engineer
D. B. Martin, Com'r. W. W. McKean. Lieut. B.
McUvalne Lieut. D. P. McCorkle, Chap. J. W.
Newton. PnrserR.il. Price Boatswain Herman
Peters, Mid. J. Parrlsh, Ensign J. Parry. Lieut.
F. B. Renshaw, Surg. W. Sherman. Surg. J.
Howard Smith, Mid. E. C. Stiles, Mid. W. F.
bhunk. Com. T. D. Shaw. Capt. H. S. Stellwagen,
Engineer J. C. Tennant, Com. E. R. Thomson,
Lieut. J. D. Todd, Surg. J. Taylor, Com'r. O. J.
Van Brunt. Lieut. G. P. Welsh. MasterE. W.
White Master Peter Wager, Ensign H. Whelan,
Surg. Holmes Wit off, Mid. J. B. Yates. TALL
MADGE ft TALLMADGE, Attorneys, 1425 N. Y.
ave., Washington. D. C. de!4-a
OUND-POCKETBOOK. CALL AT CHAP
LIN. FULTON 4 CO.'S. 91 First ave. oen-w
OFFICE OF FIDELITY TITLE 4 TRUST CO.,
121 and 123 Fourth ave.
ESTATE OF JAMES H. SEWELL.DECEASED.
Notice is hereby given that letters of admin
istration on the estate of James H. SewelL de
ceased, late of Pittsburg, have been granted to
the undersigned, to whom all persons Indebted to
said estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims or demands against
the same will make tnem known without delay.
FIDELITY TITLE 4 TRUST CO., Administrator.
DAVID Q. EW1NG, Trust Officer. de!4-21-B
OFFICE OF FIDELITY TITLE 4 TRUST CO.,
121 and 123 Fonrth ave.
ESTATE OF- CATHERINE DOHEETY, DE
CEASED. Notice Is hereby given that let
ters of administration on the estate of Catherine
Doherty, deceased, late of Pittsburg, have been
granted to the undersigned, to whom all persons
Indebted to said estate are requested to make Im
mediate payment, ond those having claims or de
mands against the same wlU make them known
FIDELITY TITLE 4 TRUST CO.. Administrator.
del4-22-s DAVID Q. EW1NG, Trust Officer. '
OFFICE OF FIDEL1TYTTTLEAND TRUST CO.,
121 and 123 Fourth avenue
ESTATE OF CHARLES J. WAITE, DE
CEASED. Notice Is hereby given that letters
or administration on the estate of Charles J.
Watte deceased, late of Pittsburg, bate been
granted to the undersigned, to whom all persons
Indebted to said estate are requested to make im
mediate payment, and those having claims or de
mands against the same wUl make them known
FIDELITY TITLE AND TRUST CO..
de!3-19-8 DAVID Q. EW1NG. Trust Officer.
OFFICE OF FIDELITY TRUST 4 TITLE CO.,
121 and 123 Fonrth ave.
ESTATE OF JOSEPH STROBLE DECEASED.
Notice la hereby given that letters ofadmln
lstratlon on the estate of Joseph btroble deceased,
late or Pittsburg, have been grantedlto tho under
signed, to whom all persons Indebted to said es
tate are requested to make Immediate payment,
and those having claims or demands against the
samewill make them known without delay.
FIDELITY TITLE 4 TRUST CO., Administrator.
DAVID J. EWINO, Trust Officer. de!4-20-g
COTTON & HOLM AN, 91 Diamond street.
Estate of Lncy Barnes, deceased.
TitXECUTOR'S NOTICE NOTICE IS
JCJ hereby clven that letters testamentary on
the estate of Lucy Barnes, late of the city ot
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 tbem known without delay.
WM. H. BARNES, Executor,
noltMS-S 94 Fifth ave. Pittsbnrg.
Office of the city treasurer, i
Pittsburg, December 2, 1889. f
NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the duplicates for the second as
sessments of water rents (for new buildings
completed since April L 1890.) have been placed
in my hands lor collection, and payable at this
office during the month of December.
All water rents remaining unpaid January 1,
1890, will be placed in the bands of W. R.
Ford, Collector of Delinquent Taxes, with 5
per cent added, for collection.
le3-3S-D City Treasurer.
N ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE
grade of Twenty-second street, fiom RaU
road street to the Allegheny river.
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted br the
city of Pittsburjr, in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and
enacted by the authority of the same That the
Trade ol ITwenty-second street, from Railroad
street to the Allegheny river, be and the same
is hereby established as follows, viz: Begin
ning at the north curb line of Railroad street
at an elevation of 32.75 feet; thence falling at
the rate of 0.5 feet per 100 feet for a distance of
271.6 feet to a point at an elevation of 8X39 ieet;
thence rising at me rate or a.ieecper iiai ieet
for a distance of 115.4 feet to the Pittsbnrg;
Junction Railroad near the Allegheny river at
an elevation of 33.7 feet. dell-11
AN ORDINANCE-ESTABLISHING THE
grade of John street, from Junilla street
to property line
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the
city or Pittsbnrg, in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and
enacted by the authority of the same. That the
grade on the north curb line of John street be
and the same shall be established as follows,
to-wit: The grade of the north curb line of John
street shall begin at the east enrb line of Ju
nilla street at an elevation of 368.59 feet; thence
rising at the rate of 11.60 feet per 100 leet for a
distance of 214.20 feet at an elevation of 396.67
feet: thence by a convex vertical curve for a
distance of 20 feet at an elevation of 397.6S feet,
thence falling at the rate of I foot per 1C0 feet
for the distance of 12L33 feet to property line,
at an elevation of 398.48 feet, the south curb to
be one foot lower than north curb. del4-ll
AN ORDINANCE LOCATING GEM AL
LEY, from Mathilda street to Atlantic
1 Section L Be it ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsburg in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and
enacted by the authority of the same. That
Gem alley, from MathUda street to Herman
street be and the same shall be Iocat'd as fol
lows, to wit: The center line shall begin on the
east five-foot line of Mathilda street, at a dis
tance of 115 feet north of the north fire-foot
line of Penn avenue; thence deflecting to the
right 90 W parallel to and at a perpendicular
distance of 115 feet north of the north five-foot
rnnnlng line of Penn avenue, a distance of
1,958.50 feet; thence deflecting to the left 13 21'
tor a distance of 251.79 feet to the east fire-foot
running line of Herman street, and the sala
Gem alley shall be of a width ot 20 feet deli-11
Continued on Tenth Page.
SIXTH AVENUE DYE WORKS,
M. MAY SOHS & CO.,
STEAM DYERS AND SCOURERS '
And general renovators of textile fabrics, la
dles' and gentlemen's soiled or faded garments
neatly cleaned or restored in color. Curtains
of every description carefully attended to.
M. MAY SONS & Co.
JoU-tts 66 SIXTH AVE., Pittsburg. Pa.
And all manner of Small Instruments
. delO-D Fifth avenue
? remarried? If not, lend yonraddressto
HE AMERICAN CORRESPONDING
CLUB;ti0XW,WttHBBJg, W va.
VTO TI CF-MEETING MACHINISTS
IN Pittsburg Lodge No. 52, National Associa
tion of Macbini'ts. meett ejery
At No. 81 Fonrth avenue, at 730 o'clock.
street opposite City Hall, at 10:45. Snnday
scbooL at 10. Her. Dr. Townsepd, pastor. Snb
Ject: "Measure and Meaning of Life." del-8
THE WZSTTWOHOPSE AIRBRAKE CO.
PTrTSBTrBO, Pa December 9. 1SS9. J
DIVIDEND THE BOARD OF DIRECT
ORS of this company baa this day de
clared a regular quarterly dividend o FOOTS
PER CENT and an extra dividend of TWO v
PER CENT, payable to tho stockholders of
record on the 25tn inst Books will ba closed
from December 25, 1889, to January L 1890, both;
inclusive. Checks will bo mailed to stockhold
ers. JOHN CALDWELL, Treasurer.
dell-42 1 .
OAKLAND SQUARE '
Since July 1.1889.
This remarkable sale of dwellings proves con
clusively that the square meets with the ap
proval of the majority of those who are seeking
homes. A few of the advantages and brief de
scriptions are as follows:
Location Directly bordering on Schenley
Park, a magnificent Tiew of which can be had
from any part of the square. Only four squares
from Fifth avenne traction road, and directly
on line of new electric road now being com
pleted as a feeder to the Fifth avenue line, and
which brings the square within 20 minutes of
Pittsburg postofflce for 5 cents.
Dwellings are constructed of brick by day
work, not by contract, contain 8 and 9 rooms,
wide halls,, baths, inside w. c inside shutters,
range, laundry, cemented cellars, automatics
electric lighting, slate mantels and tile hearths;
In fact, all modern conveniences.
The sauare is 120 feet wide, with park la tho
center, around which runs aspbaltum paved
streets and sidewalks. Perfect sewerage, gas,
water, etc. Price. 56,500 to $10,000, Terms
Small cash payment down, balance $500 per
annum. SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO,
del4-Sl 99 Fonrth avenae.
NEAR SCHENLEY PARK,
30 acres land, having a frontage of over 2,800
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 5 rooms'.
15 acres land near the Squirrel Hill Electrio
road and Forbes street
IRA M. BURCHFTELD,
158 Fourth ave.
ONE WEEK MORE,
COMMENCING, MONDAY, DECEMBER ,.
OVER J150,00O WORTH
FINE FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY
GOODS, CARPETS, RUGS, Eltt,
BY AUCTION I
723 AND 725 LIBERTY ST.,
Sales, Morning, Afternoon and Evening;
N. B. Special accommodations provided for
ladies. ' deiO-67-nssa
A DJOURNED EXECUTORS' SALE OF
A business property THURSDAY. Decern
ber 19, at 2 o'clock p. M., on tho premises, we will
offer at public salo that large tick building,
with lot 60x80 feet, corner of Ohio and Area
streets, Allegheny. GEO. D. RIDDLE. Attor
ney, 118 Diamond st ALEXANDER A LEE,
Auctioneers, 313 Wood st del4-49-TTS ,
AUCTION 8ALE ON SATURDAY DE
CEMBER 14; a property on Taylor street
Bloomfleld. Sixteenth ward, containing 5
bouses, grocery store, and suitable lots for
everybody. Information is given by BERN
HARD HILTERMAN, No. 140 Taylor street,
Matinee this afternoon.
By special request Miss Morris wUl repeal
ber delightful performance of
This Saturday erening. December 16 CNIH .
in Monte Crista. del4-S
r RAND OPERA HOUSE
SPECIAL XMAS ATTRACTION WEEK
COMMENCING 510NDAY, December 23.
Matinees WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
GRAND ENGLISH OPERA COMPANY.
Monday, Dec 23 Carmen.
Tuesday, Dec 24 fl Trovatore.
Wednesday matinee, Dec 25 Postilion of
Wednesdar evening. Dec 25 Bohemian Girl.
Thursday, Dec 26 Kanst
Satnnl.-iv matinee. Dec 23 Maritana. .
Saturday evenintr, Dec 28 Der Freiscbntz. ?
Prices $2; II 50, H, 60c according to location. .
Bare 01 seats opens Monaay, xiec, 10, at oox omce.
MATINEE AND EVENING,
Dec 16-O'Neill, In "Monte Crista." dels , J
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Matinee Saturday Only. v
MR. NAT. C. GOODWIN
in A GOLD MINE. -
Week Dec 23, EMMA JUCH GRAND OPERA?
Every Afternoon and Evening.
Week Dec 16-Ada Gray in EAST LYNNK
ARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
To-night, Matinees Tuesday, xnunoayt
ana aaiuruay. 4
T.wTvr wrr.f.i A rs J
LONDON SPECIALTY COMPANY.
1M-MENSE. de8-16-P 1
Every day and evenlne,
THE TORPEDO BOAT.
Holmes' Specialty Company.
An elegant stock of ladies and gents" flnef,
watches, diamonds, jewelry, plain and see;
rings, gents' chains, ladies' queen chains, Vic-jr
tori chains. Test chains, charms, lockets, beadf
neck chains, lace pins, stickpins, bracelet.,.
sleeve buttons, etc. clocks, silverware and!.
spectacles, etc. etc Boys' watches, 13; MisseaM
silver watches, to 50, at
WILSON'S. 61 Fourth are
del4-TTS Pittsburg. I
41 Seventh avenue.