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THE PITTSBTJEG- DISPATCH, JERIDAT, PEBEUART 1 1889.
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IN THE CATS HEART.
The Board of Assessors' Valuations
in the Third Ward Show Some
EEMARKABLE GROWTHS IN VALUE
An Average of at Least Forty Per Cent of
an Increase is Shown.
THEATERS AND BUSINESS HOUSES
The greater part of the assessments of the
Third ward was finished yesterday. Final
decisions were not reached on Diamond
street and Virgin alleys, but the rest are
practically settled. Below will be found
the assessments on Fifth avenue, Liberty
avenue, Smithfield, Wood and Market
streets, and the more important points on
Grant street, Sixth and Seventh avenues.
Until -the final corrections are made in
the book the totals and the percentage of
increase cannot be given, but the increase
will at least average 40 per cent. The
figures are appended; in cases where new
buildings are in course of construction the
assessment of the lot alone is given:
Allegheny National Bank, lot
and bouse ? Si-."S2
Mrs. A, Black, lot and house.... 33.900
llreadlnp & Hogg, lot and house. .a00
Central Bank, lotandliousc 61..J0
1'trst National Bank, lot and
William Carr. lot and three
John DalzelL. lot and houc 19,0X1
Duncan 4 Thompson, lot and
house....... - as,...
J. H. Koter. lot and house . 83,000
.Mrs. M. F. Fuller, lot, house and
SlAhlc -- .." IS. 4Q
John Graham heirS lot and house 23,503
Thomas Hamilton Heirs, 101 aim
A. V. Holmes, lot and three
Dr. C. ... Hussev, lot and house.
Dr. C W. llussey. lot
Hr. C . Hussev. lot and house
l'aul II. HacVe, lot and two
1. P. Hutchinson, lot and two
houses ...... ......
78,000 IIS, 000
S. Hamilton, lot and house,
P. i'- Keller, lot and house Si, .50
. V.. Knox and .1. II. Heed, three
lots and three houses 60,503
trader Publishing Co., lot and
C S. Maltiiv, lot and two houses. 6I..1OO
Mcfinire 4 Grav. lotand hooc.. 19,000
Andrew Morton, lot and three
Slorganstern Ulemian, lot and
two houses 93,050
.1. H Miller, lot and house. 19.000
"harles Mr-vran, lot and house. . . 4S.WX)
lellor & Iloene, lot, house and
3. S. McCullough, lot and house 53,337
Oilier McCllntock ct at, lot and
31rs. C Oudry, lot and house.... 42.200
AV. V. Patrlck,lotand house.... 16,550
James I'hclan, lot and two
1'lttshnrg Opera House Co.. lot
and one hrlck Opera House,
(Harris" Theater) 1S2.26G
Pittsburg Opera House Co., one
Opera House (Hrand Opera
Tlie lot on Diamond street has
not been dennlteiy assessea.
Micopard heirs, lot and house...
lire. Sarah A. lteed. lot and
L. Keineman, lotandliousc 41,000
A. Kelneinan, lotand house 67,750
John liodgcrs. lotand house... S3.SKI0
N. P. h ed. lot and two houses.. 39.400
W E. Selimertz, lot and two
D- lldlngs (Include lot In Virgin
Pheppard heirs, lot and liouse... 29,u50
Mrs. J. V. bawver, lotand liouse 55,200
George W. fcchtnidt, lot and
James Vernev, lotand house.. . 3,750
tleorgelt. White, lot and house. ta,5u0
Exchange National Bank, lot
and house 111,950
Slason IcIIall, lot 10S,5lO
Methodist Board of Publication.
lotand house 21000
J. F. Macder, lotand house 19,300
Henrietta V. Fiord, lot and
B.Auth, two lots and twohouscs 41,000
Wra. Badger, lotand house 1S,500
Bailey, Farrcl & Co., lots and
four houses. Including lots on
fctrawberrv alley 57.3."i0
City Bank, lotandhouse 39,800
Masonic Bbnk, lot and house 28,200
S. Murray Clark, lotand house.. 18,500
F.va .gellcal Herman Church, lots
ant 17 houses 103,000
Joseph M. Clark, lotand house.. 0,375
George II. Dawler, six lots and
.even houses 150,760
Jac.b 1'. Weill, lot and two
John Daub, three lots and four
hou.-es, Including lotonfctraw-
be ry alley 9S.3IC
C Donnelly and G. T. Kaucrty,
lotand house. 23,000
Charles Freibcrtshauser, lot and
David Gregg, three lots and
three houses 09,000
V. G. Hawkins' heirs, two lots
and four houses S4,3J5
Lvdia Howard, lotand six houses 154,000
iS." L. HlU'hoct, lot and house,
Kaufmaun Bros.' building
Mrs. Mary Hunter, lot and two
George Jackson heirs, lot aud
Jacob Keller, two lots and three
It. U. King, lot and house 2u,5fl0
John Caldlcll. Iut and house 23.250
George Copneh lot and houi-e 1S.SO0
James Loughrldge. lot and house 20.000
John Liggett, lot andfour houses 135,821
"William Lindsay. lot and house. 19,03
Marvlt. haughlin, lotandhouse 43,500
". J. Lwls, lot and house (in
cluding lot on sixth aenue 170.GO0
John H. Murtland. lot and liouse 22,000
Methodist Book Concern, lot and
two houses 45,153
Thcuas Jlellon, lot and two
James Murdock. lotand house... 19,650
John K. A A. Murdock, lot and
Mrs. McQuen heirs, lot and liouse 22,200
1.. S W. A relic, lotand house 25,000
Mrs. O'Nell, lot and house. 16,500
John Qulgg heirs, lot and two
Henry bhaler. lotandhouse 11,500
Dr. bterretu lot and tw o houses.. 2a 200
George fcplanes heirs, lots and 13
houses (including lot on Fifth
August btenmejer, lot and twb
Ellen C Sneer, lotand house.... 23,500
A Iliiaiu K btelrcn,lot and house IS, 750
Jacob bchoeb, lot 16,000
Uriah L'pdegraff, lot and six
D. T. Watson, tw o lots and two
John Zweldinger, lotand house. 21,000
W;. b. Blssell, lot and five houses 104,600
Annie N. lilsscl. lotand house.. 37,650
Mrs. Fannie Barker, lot ana
James i. Barr & Co., lot and
, house 53.113
Mrs. E. Breading, lotandhouse. 23,300
Mrs. Annie II. Boss, lot and
house . 19,979
Germania National BanL,lotand
fivehouses.. . 44,800
Rational Bank of Commerce, lot
andfour houses 116,873
41111U .oiivuai ajuiik, lub auu
William Carr, three lots and file
II. Childs 4 Co., lotand house..
Isaac CTAlir. lot and two houses..
Mrs. Mary K. Coffee, lot aud
Mrs. I. Dennlson. two lots and
two houses 46.075
Miry lenliam, lot and one-half
J. 1.. Eisner, lot and building...
II. Fitzslmmous. lotand bouse .
Gearing Hunter, lot and two
John K. Gregg, lotandhouse
Her. David Gregg, lot and
David Gregg, four lota and three
A. llol-toln, lotandhouse 18.3",o
James Herdman, lot and bouse.. 21,275
Joseph Iloruc & Co., lot and
Klebber Bros., lot and house 27,950
Mary Logan ctal, lotand hair of
Emellne Matheney, lot and
Wm. Morrison, lot and house.... 23,4m)
Thomas D.Messlcr.lotandhouse. 16,810
"m. McCrum, trustee, lot and
McCordi Co., lot and house 31,000
bamuel McClurken, lot and
Hsrj- F. McKee. lot and honse... 26,575
KdaMeKee, lot 21.S25
James McCandless, two lots and
II V l'atlerson estate, lot and
four buildings 75,300
in. ltoseburg, two lots and two
Mrs. Sarah A. SawgeL lot and
house ....... .................. 21,875
J. D. Thompson, lot and house.. 41,000
I sale Taylor, lotandhouse 21,850
John W. Tim, lotandhouse 22,950
J. M. Taylor, lot and house 23,000
Henry Ansclmtr, lot and house. . 19,000
George Alexander, two lota and
two houses 31,200
F.Aschcim.twolotsand building 42,000
Arbuckles & Co., lots and two
buildings. Including lot on
Cherry alley. 140,779
K.J. Allen, lot and house (Acad
emy or Music) .. 86.388
Mrs. ii. U.CarUsle, lot and three
EXPERTS ON THE MILLAGE.
An Interesting Experiment Showing Just
How Small Holders AMU be Affected
They Pay S Ter Cent Less.
By direction of the Board of Assessors,
Clerk E. H. Douglas yesterday compiled
the statement, and made the calculations
given below, the purpose being to ascertain
how the prreent assessment would affect
small propertv owners as compared with
The directions were to take the first three
names of ?3,000 or under, in each ot the first
11 wards of the city, and make comparison
as shown. The old valuation, and the new,
is. given together with the tax paid last year
at 17J mills, and the tax to be paid
at 12 mills this year. Of this total of 33 tax
payers, 24 will have their burden reduced,
as against 9 increased, or a percentage of 73
in favor of the former class.
Itappears then that even with an increase
of 37 per cent, to raise the same amount of
money upon these 33, they will be called
upon to pay less than before by 5 per cent.
The result is shown by the following table:
J. H. Dcmmler, lot and house.... 35,475
Charles Devlin, lot and house.... 14, 141
Mrs. il.T. Fuller, lot and house.. 11,800
Henrietta W. Floyd, lot and house 24, 110
G. Y. Guthrie, trustee, lot and
house.. .. 14,000
Darld Gregg, lotand house Jrlii
John F. Havekottclot and house 15,500
Catharine Happ, lot and house.. 12,798
Mrs. Marv Med Jones, three lots
and two houses (seventh Ave-
nnc Hotel) 95.83
B. F. Jones, seven lots and two
buildings (Seventh Avenue Ho-
IsaacJacksou. lot 2L300
15. Jones estate, lotand house.... 31,475
Joseph Kelser heirs, lot and house 14.840
Mrs. E. A. King, lot and house.. 28,775
William Logan, lot and house... 14,641
Isaac LaMnan, lotandhouse 38.723
Janes .Marshall, lot and house... 38, 500
Mrs. Morcley, lot aud honse 8,000
J. T. McCancc, lot and house.... 76,125
Thomas McCancc, lot and house.. 30,500
fl. A. McKee, 31oU and 3 houses.. 52,200
Wm.l'ore. lotandhouse 26,695
Seibold, Vogcll Jt Hcrr, lot and 2
Seibold A Vogell, lotandhouse.. 16.500
D C Thompson and V. J.,GU-
more. lotandhouse 30,475
Ger. Fire Ins. Co., lotand house.. 25,110
Joseph VngeL lot and 2 houses... 14,954
Jos, Zimmerman, lot and house.. 7,477
Dnid Gregg, lot 30,000
A.V.Holmes, lot and 2 houses.... 10,000
l'aul H.Uackc,3 lots and 2houses 120,000
Tliomas B. Hutchinson, lot and 4
H. J. Lvnclu lotandhouse 26,500
Thomas JlcMastcrs, lot and house 73, COO
T. MeCIIntocketaUlotandhouse 131,700
John Whltten, lotandhouse 26.500
C. Veager, lot 3L500
J.J. Flannery, two lots and two
houses f 09,133
Hamilton, Leonard, Arnold &
llCo , lotand house (Excelsior
John McCunc heirs, lot and stable 19,500
W. C llaflerty. lot and two
CL.Magec, lot and seven houses 96,650
1'ennsylranla Railroad, lots and
buildings (including Liberty
street and Cherry alley) 160,277
Bishop Tulgg, lot and Episcopal
J. M. Batton, lotand house 11,450
First l'resbvterian Church, lot
and two buildings 12,600
J. 11. Demmler. lot and house.... 17,800
Dr. W. H. Daly, lot and house... ILOIs
Duquesuc Club, lot 15,750
Demmler Bros, lot and two
Michael May, lotand house 11,500
l'iltsburg Gas Company, lot and
A. G. Walters, lot and house.... 22,800
John P. BIndlcv. lot and two
houses. S 20,150
W. S. BlsseU. lot 12,000
T. Jamison and G. Alexander, lot
and house 21,100
Mrs. Patrick heirs, lot and two
It. Walker, lotand two houses... 39,000
Wm. Ward, lot and house 11,050
ii Valnatlon. Taxes.
2 1SS8. 1889.
. 1883. 1889. 17J4 12
: snllis mills.
1-I.oulsa Brant., t 18 12 8 22 87 $ 3171 27 44
Bridget Binke. 6 50 9 TO 1137 10 80
Jlrs.M.J.Cliew 8 50 10 00 14 ST 12 00
2-Chas. Campbell 8 30 10 75 14 52 12 90
Tlios. Devine.. 10 18 16 35 17 81 '19 62
Mrs. Francis... 19 61 25 06 34 31 3)07
3 M. Ulttmer..... 20 12 36 24 35 21 43 48
John Gripp.... 22(0 2975 3850 35 80
J. Heller. 3055 57 15 53466358
4-Mrs.M. Allison. 1109 19 8J 19 40 23 85
John Anderson 15 60 20 00 27 30 24 00
John Coll 16 10 22 50 23 17 27 00
5 Mrs.E.Barrow. 16 65 23 21 29 13 27 85
C. Barry 6 00 6 75 10 50 8 10
John Cahlll.... 12 SO 14 50 22 40 17 40
6 J. Asklns' h'rs 14 75 14 93 25 81 17 98
A. Aspcr. 10 60 14 50 IS 55 17 40
A. Ainmon 15 00 2100 25 50 25 20
7-Jas. Anderson. 27 20 25 CO 47 GO SI 2u
Jno. Aiken 17 CO 18 50 29 70 22 20
.Mrs. S. Armour 12 73 17 35 22 27 20 82
8-G. F. Arnold.. 11 43 18 60 20 OS 22 32
C. Andv 14 30 16 90 25 02 20 28
Annie Berry... 7 32 7 78 12 81 9 33
9 Jno. Flynn.. ., 9 90 15 66 17 32 18 79
J!. Flanacan... 17 00 25 00 29 70 30C0
F.Friedman... 14 00 2100 24 50 28 60
10-F. Allgeier..... 15 53 22 53 27 21 27 09
E.lllnke 450 400 887 480
Geo. Brown.... 400 400 700 480
11-1. Alberta 9 50 14 00 16 62 '16 80
H. Aulke. 2000 2300 S5O0 3360
V. Ashficld.... 10 94 1120 19 14 13 41
Must Kick In Five Days.
The Board of City Ta Assessors is about
to give notice that it will within a short
time take into consideration 'thl question of
classification of property in the rural wards
and give those desiring to appeal five days
in which to make their objections known.
Constitutional Amendment Convention.
The undersigned were appointed at a
meeting of temperance workers held Janu
ary 23, as a committee to issue a call for a
county convention to organize for the pend
ing campaign to support the Constitutional
amendment. The convention will convene
on Friday, February 15, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
in iaiayette ian, wood street, i"ittsburg,
Pa. It is to be composed of five (5) dele
gates from each ward, borough and town
ship in Allegheny county.
It is to be organized on a non-partisan
basis. Persons without regard to party,
creed or society, either open or secret, are
requested to unite in selecting delegates to
represent them in the convention.
AVs call upon all good citizens to meet
and select delegates. "We have but oue end
in view, and that is to invite Catholics and
Protestants, Israelites and Gentiles, white
and colored, native-born and foreign citizens
in meeting the responsibility that is upon
us to say, by act aud vote, that the Consti
tutional amendment shall carry and that the
saloon mustgo. "While some shall actively
engage to continue an institution that is the
enemy of virtue, let us rally around a
common standard and strike an effective
blow for God, home and native land.
J. K. Bakboub,
Thomas SI. Botle,
I. J. CiiAPXAir,
JIks. Ellen M. "Watson-,
Mes. J. S. Collins,
Now, to-day and to-morrow, for kid
gloves. Throuzh stock takingand find too
many kid gloves. Opera shade?, white
cream and street shades, 50c, 75c, 1. Your
opportunity this. Boggs&Buhl,
Fine French jerseys must be closed out;
prices cut in half. An
58 quality for $4.
S10 quality for S5.
12 quality for SO.
15 quality ior S7 50.
520 quality for 510.
And a 525 pure silk jersey at onlv 512 50.
mwfsu Htjgus & Hacke.
If health and beauty you'd maintain.
And keep your breath a perfect charm,
Use Sozodont with might and main;
For it alone prevents the harm
That mars a woman's teeth and breath
And leaves her mouth as dark as death.
Scientific and electric massage applied
by I. Hunk, 806 Penn avenue. Jtuwfs
For wax candles go to Heating's Book
Store, 127 Filth avenue, above Smithfield St.
WHAT CHAEITT DOES.
Interesting Annual Meeting and
Reports of the Work of the
WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
With the Good Work of All Its Various
Branches in Caring For
lOONG AND OLD, AND THE YERI POOE
A most interesting meeting to all those
charitably inclined, was that held yesterday
afternoon; the annual gathering of the
"Woman's Christian Association in the
chapel of the Y. M. C. A. building, with
Sirs. F. E. Brunot in the chair, aud Miss
M. A. Sterlintr acting as Secretary. A
beautiful basket of flowers was presented to
Mrs. Brunot by Sirs. A. SI. Murdoch. The
meeting was opened with devotional exer
cises conducted by Mrs. Brunot, after
which Sirs. Ormsby Phillips read an inter
esting paper on Christian work.
The reports of the various institutions un
der the care of the association were then
read, and in substance were as follows:
Home for Christian "Women shows that there
are now 29 inmates in the reformatory, 15
women and 14 babies, and that there are 13
women and 1 child in the hospital. During
the year 4 inmates left without permission,
1 was returned to her parents, 5 were dis
charged and 2 died 1 child and 1 adult.
The Treasurer's report shows that the re
ceipts were 1,903 93; expenditures, 51,
640 17; balance on hand, 5263 76.
nr a flourishing condition.
The Home for Aged Protestant "Women
report shows the institution to be in a flour
ishing condition. There are at present 53
inmates, 8 of whom were admitted during
the year, and there have been 6 deaths.
The Treasurer's report shows receipts
$37,642 95; expenses the same. The report
of the Temporary Home lor Aged "Women
is also encouracing. During the year 319
inmates had been cared for, 75 of whom
were children. This is a diminution at
tributed to the unusual prosperity of the
times. Those able to pay are charged 25
cents for lodging and a meal.
Of the admissions75 were sent to service; 43
of their own volition; 28 dismised, and
15 sent to the City Home; 8
with children assisted to housekeep
ing; 10 sent to the Children's Aid
Society; 1 to the Homeopathic Hospital; 1
each to the County Home, to the Washing
ton County Home, and 2 children died.
The Treasurer reported receipts 5679 76; ex
penditures, 5758 23.
xne secretary oi ine name ior uoiorea
Children acknowledges receipt of free fuel
gas from the Philadelphia and People's Gas
Companies; acknowledges receipts of
money, linen, etc., and mentions 55,000, the
result of concerts given in aid of the West
The report of the East End branch of the
"Women's Christian Union reported excel
lent work there. The industrial school has
171 pupils enroled, ranging in age from 6
to 14 years. They are taught sewing now.
Other branches will be taught if funds for
a building can be raised. They expect to
Mrs. Slair, of the "W. C. T. V. of Alle
gheny, reported that during the year nine
new unions had been started, and 51,561 col
lected. TAKING CAKE OF BAILKOADEKS.
She wants the caboose cars of railways
furnished with bibles and other literature,
and small libraries of religious and other
works placed in all engine houses, as fire
men, owing to the nature of their duties,
cannot attend church. Sheyenggestod that
pastors announce from their pulpits 'dona
tions ol boots lor -tins- ooject. -
The Christmas letter mission made a very
favorable report, '"and the Secretary said
they hoped to cover the entire United States
next year with their cheering missives.
Heretofore the letters have been written in
London, but now America will care for
American's needs. There is on hand a bal
ance of 5318 23, as reported by Treasurer
Mrs. S. McKee.
One of the most interesting reports was
that of General Secretary Sliss Martha A.
Sterling. She cc-ered in a terse statement
the noble work of the association aud its
branches. In speaking of the Home for
Destitute "Women, she said, in these days
of many newspapers, they were informed of
many sad cases through their printed pages.
She spoke feelingly of the circumstances
surroundinc the lives of the inmates of the
Home for Fallen "Women. She then cited
instances of particular cases of these
women and their children, and some of
these instances were truly
A KEEN POBTBAYAL OF PROMISES
made and promises broken, with all the en
suing wretchedness. She then explained
the object of the local and foreign branches.
When the reports had been received Mrs.
Brunot said she had hoped to be able to lay
a plan for the Boarding Home for Women
before the meeting, and present the associa
tion with a completely furnished home in
Allegheny, but circumstances had prevented
this. Other ladies spoke of the need of such
a home, but no action was taken.
The association decided to meet hereafter
on the last Thursday of Slarch, June, Sep
tember and December. Mrs. J. 31. Patter
son reported that the Domestic Training
School in the Fast End was prospering, and
that she hoped to enlarge its work in a
THE ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK
At Hubus & Backo's
Are the unprecedented values in black
silks, all weaves; gros grain, faille Fran
chise, armures, royals, surahs, satin mer
veilleux and satin rhadames at the uni
form price of 51 per yard. We positively
assert that never betore have such values
been offered in these desirable fabrics.
While we have many higher priced grades,
relatively of equal value, we call special at
tention to this 51 a yard line as a bargain
worthy your immediate attention.
Black and white striped gros grains,
black and white striped satins, black and
white striped and figured surahs, suitable
for costumes, skirts or combinations the
handsomest line ever shown in the city.
French challis at 50 cents per yard--only
a small percentage yet arrived of the quan
tity we are importing, although plenty to
make a selection trom, as the styles are all
new, handsome and desirable.
In our wash goods department we show
an elegant line ol the celebrated Kocchlin's
French sateens, Anderson's novelties and
zephyrs, domestic sateens, toile du Nord,
In the linen (housekeepers') department
the attractions are so many it would be
almost impossible to enumerate specially,
and we will only say that our display and
values of towels, table linens, napkins,
honey-comb and Marseilles quilts, scarfs,
tidies, eta, cannot be excelled.
The many attractions in our grand cloak
room (second floor) which we are now
offering, must insure a busy season here.
The special styles we are showing in long
and short wraps, jackets, etc., presents to
those desiring a fashionable, stylish, 'well
made and good-fitting garment an opportu
nity not to be.neglected.
All we have left of our last importation
of French jerseys will be closed out at 50
per cent reduction 58 quality lor 54; 510
quality for 55; 512 quality for 56; 515
quality for 57 50, and an all-silk jersey at
512 50 that sold formerly at 525.
HUGTJ3 & HACKE,
Fifth avenue and Market street.
MACHINISTS AND BLACKSMITHS' AS
SEMBLY TSlwilL on SATURDAYEVE.,
at 7:30, February 2, hold a special meeting, it
is requested that all members be present, as
business of unusual importance will be trans
acted. ' Iel-13
. 83-Display advertisements one dollar ptr
square 'for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, etc, ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken for less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with The dis
THOMAS MCOAFFIIEY, 3K9 Bntlcr street.
EMIL G. STUCKEY,' Mth street and Penn ave.
E. G. bTUCKEY & CO., Wylle ave. and Kultoa st.
N. STOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. TV'. WALLACE, 6121 Vena avenue.
MCALLISTEK & SHElBLER,Stliav. 4 Atwood St.
JACOB SPOHN, No. 2 Carson street.
CHAS. SCHWABM, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAEKCHEK, 59 Federal street.
MCHRIDE ISKOS., Federal and Ohio streets.
FEED H. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS SON, Ohio and Chestnnt sH.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENKY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PEKKYM. GLEIM. llebeccaand Allegheny aves.
-TTTANTED-AMAKBLE POLISHER. APPLY
W at once to G. G. O'BBIEN, painter, 292
Fifth stenue. fel-41
-TTTANTED-TWO RELIABLE MAKKIED
W men. .Call before 10 o'clock, KOOM 4. 49
Fifth arenne. fel-31
WANTED-A BOY TO LEAEN THE TIN
trade: one with some experience. Apply
at DUFFY Jfc CLAKK'S, 618 Grant st. fel-02
WANTED-STEADY CATHOLIC GENTLE
MAN for permanent position: srood waces;
references exacted. KUNZ & CO., 62 Fourth ave.,
WANTED AGENTS TO SELL CLINE'S
foot heaters and patent fuel for carriages,
wagons, etc. : sells at sight. Inquire after 3 r. M.,
VM. SEMl'LE, JK., 165 Federal St., Allegheny,
-T7-ANTKD-AT ONCE A PRACTICAL DYER
VV and cleaner: one who thoroughly under
stands the business: to the right party a steady
Job. Address No. 132 WASHIS
J1NGTON ST.. .Mew
ANTED - ENERGETIC YOUNG MAN
with some exnerience in real estate busi
ness to sollcltand sell; large list of saleable prop-
erty to begin with,
Aaaress, witn reierencc. i.
Xj., .uispaica omce.
-TTTANTED - GIKL3 EXPERIENCED AND
VV speedy in plain sewing. Call Friday be
tween 4andr. M. H. HOLTZMAN & SONS, 1U
Market street. fel-72
WANTED AT ONCE. WAITRESS AND
chambermaid for private family. S3 60 per
week: cooks, chambermaids, house girls, nurse
girls, girls for hotels and boarding houses; cm-
Sloyers supplied with reliable help on short notice.
K3. MEEHAN, 645 Graut St. Ja31-99-D
Male and Female flclD.
XTJANTED-LIVE MEN AND WOMEN TO
VY engage In an easy, paying business at
home; can work daytime or evening and make 50c
to J2 per hour; sure thing; sample and complete
Instructions sent free. Address, "WORLD
SUPPLY CO.. Rutland. Vt. JaiSMlO
-TTTANTED-A SITUATION AS GROCERY
V V clerk by an experienced young man: best of
reference given. Address X. L., Dispatch office.
WANTED-SITUATION BY A COMPETENT
electric light or stationary engineer: best of
reference given. Apply PH03N1X HOTEL, 61
Eleventh St. fel-31
-TJANTED-FOK PARIS EXHIBITION, BY
V V younK man with ten years' business ex
perience, situation as interpreter or exhibitor of
an American Industry. AS II, 72 Fnlton. Cleve
land. onlo. Ja30-19
-rrTANTED-WHOLE OK HALF OF STOKE
V V KOOM on Penn ave. or Sixth st. Address
GOOD TENANT, Dispatch office. - "fel-16
WANTE1-BY APRIL L SHOWROOM ON
first floor on good business street; would
rent one-half of large room with first-class party.
Address SHOWROOM. Dispatch office. dc7-f33
-TTTANTED-TO KENT-1N EAST END BY A
VV small family, a modemly convenlenced
house of 6 to 8 rooms at a moderate rent; mnst be
handr to Penn ave. cable line. Address J. S. K...
103 Bldwell St.. Allegheny. lel-21
WANTED -GOOD CUT MORTGAGES IN
large aud small amounts. C. H. LOVE. 03
Fourth avenue. fel-37
VV in sums to suit, at 4K, 5 and G per cent.
GRAEBING & LYON, 135 Fourth ave. apG-el-D
TTJANTKD-RENTS TO COLLECT; MONTH-
VV LY settlement with Itemized statement.
BLACK Jfc BAIRD. 95 Fourth avenue. a2S-a29-D
-TTTANTED -RENTS COLLECTED FROMPT-
VV LY; property managed with satisfaction.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over S4.0O3; 4 per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER & CO., 92 Fourth avenue.
TTTANTED-.MOKTGAGES-SUMS FROM &3C0
VV to saO,000to loan at 4, 5 and 6 per cent.
JAS. V. DRAPE & Co., 129 Fourth avenue, Pitts
WANTED-TO LOAN SIONEY IN SUMS
from fS00to20,O00at 4,S to 0 per cent, ac
cording to size and kind of mortgage; no delay if
the title is good. W. A. HERRON&SONS, 80
Fourth ave. fel-48-TuP
WANTED-TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
of S3.000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4 per cent, freeoftax: alsosmaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK & HAIKU,
M I ourth avenue. se21-d3i-D
ANTKD-TO LOAN 1200,000 ON MORT
GAGES: ilOO and unward at 6 ner cent:
500,C00at iX per cent on residences or business
property: also in adjoining counties. S. U.
FHEN OH, 125 Fourth avenue. oc31-e84-D
-TTTANTED-JIOKTGAGES-fl, 000, 0ODTO LOAN
V on city and suburban properties at 4M, Sand
6 per cent and on lanns In Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 6 per cent: no money loaned out
or Pennsylvania. 1. M. PENNOCK & SON, 103
Fourth avenue. ap7-f4t
WANTED THE GENTLEMAN WHO
bought two tickets at the Seventh Avenue
Hotel on Friday evening, January 25, to call at 31
FEDERAL ST., Allegheny. fel-76
WANTED-TO RENT SMALL BRICKYARD
or clay ground suitable for same, in locali
ty where above business Is needed ; state full par
tlculais. RICHARDS, Dispatch office.
WANTED-EVERYBODY TO KNOW THAT
H. Terheyden has laid In a large stock of
American watches, gold and silver, that he can
sell as low as the lowest: remember the place.
HENRY TERHEYDEN, 530 bmithfleld St.
WANTEDBY PEARSON. LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER, 96 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Fuderai street, Allegheny, ercrybodyto
know that he Is making fine cabinets at 130 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: lnstan
taneous process. roh!3-k27
East End Lota.
IOR SALE A LARUE LOT. 100X120 FEET,
corner lot to an alleT. near KhxHrelrfonnd
Ben Venue stations: price only S3. 000: a rare bar
gain. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth ave
nue, Pittsburg. fcl-46-D
FOR SALE-A NICE TRACT OF LAND OF 70
acres at Swjssvale, on Pennsylvania Railroad
and near station: the land lies nicely for laying
out in lots and suburban homes, and owner will
release, on easy terms, each lot as sold: a fair cash
payment only required; this Is a splendid oppor
tunity for parties to lay out a plan of lots that will
afford large prollts. HENRY A. WEAVER &
CO., 92 Fourth avenue.
of the beautiful Chartlcrs creek (P. & L. E. H.
R), 4 miles from Court House; easv terms and low
Srlce: call and axaralne plans at office. W. W.Mc
EILL & BRO , 162 Fourth avenue. fel-39-MWFS
OR SALE-A MANUFACTURING SITE 250
feet on Fortv-second street unii rwi fpptnn
Forty-third street, on the A. V. H. R. HENRY
A. WEAVER A-CO., 92 Fourth avenue, fel-24
F)R SALE A MANUFACTURING SITE OF S
acres, near and west of the Sharpsburg bridge,
having a front on Butler street 625 ieet and depth
to river or 650 feet. HENRY A. WEAVER A CO.,
92 Fourth avenue. fel-24
FOR SALE-MANUFACTURING SITE; ONE
or the best In the city, near Twenty-fifth
st., on Allegheny Valley Railroad; has an iron
clad building 6n lot 100x120 feet, on Ions lease;
side-track connections with Allegheny Valley
Ratlroad. For all particulars address CARRIER
NO. 25, Pittsburg P. o. ia3-90-D
FOR SALE-A. MANUFACTURING SITE
adjoining the Linden Steia Works, Four
teenth ward, having a front or 2S5 feet on Second
avenue, with depth of 600 feet to river; the front
can be laid out In salable lots, and the rear used
,ror manufacturing purposes. HENRY A.
WEAVER & CO., 92 Fourth, avenue. fel-24
.'- ... . ,v
FOR SALE-IMTKOVED HEAL ESTATE.
OR SAI.E-A BARGAIN, 3-STORY 10-
rnAmpH hrtk hnncpftnd full lot. Washington
St.. lIttshurir:rente54J:nriceS4.800. AMERICAN
TRUST Co.. 504 and 506 Smlthfleld St. lel-60
FOR SALE-FINE PROPERTY COR. PENN
and Fourth-st. : lot 2ixll0ft. to an alley, with
large and very desirable houso of 4 stories. W. A.
HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
OR SALE CHEAP, A BEAUTIFUL 10-
HOOMED brick house, with 2 corner lots, 10
minutes' from P. O. and 1 minute off Fifth ave.
Traction. AMERICAN TRUST CO., 501 and 506
Smithfield st. fel-60
FOR SALE-S550 CASH WILL BUY THAT
neat little 3 room fr. house on Rubicon st.
near Roberts, Mt. Washington; the owner is going
to leave the city and will take the above price for
It If sold within a few days; 10 or 15 fruit trees on
the place; lot 50x138. J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond
St. . Ja31-1
FOR SALE-(99)-K.8C0 CRAWFORD STREET,
100 yards from Fifth avenue cable; 10 min
utes walk from P. O. ; modern 2-story mansard
brick dwelling. 8 rooms, vestibule. Inside shut
ters, stone hearths, gas, water, ladndry, back
porch; first-class repair; good yard; lot 75 feet
deep to alley; very easy terms: a bargain.
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE 55,000-NEAR FIFTH AVENUE
cable cars, frame dwelling of six rooms and
finished attic, hall, vestibule, natural gas, center
chandeliers, slate mantels throughout, tile
hearths downstairs and slate hearths upstairs,
range, hot and cold water, inside w.c, slate roor,
front and rear porches, cemented cellar under
whole house, laundry and furnace in cellar, china
closet In dining room, hard wood staircase, elec
tric bells: this is a very desirable home and in
ood location: easy payments. BLACK &
A1RD, 95 Fourth avenue. fel-Ct-D
Enst End Residences.
FOR SALE AT J2.E00-HOUSE AND LOT.
East End: 6 rooms, hall-cellar, and lot 25x120
feet, near East Liberty station: 8250 down. balance
to suit: a rare bargain. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.,
129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. fel-46-D
FOR SALE-1N THE EAST END-TWO NEW
houses of 0 rooms each; hall, cellar, natural
gas, marble mantels, full flow of water, large lot,
side entrance; at 3,200 each: S200 down, balance to
suit; Immediate possession. JAS. W. DRAPE &
CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. fcl-46-D
FOR SALE-SHADYSIUE. .BETWEEN AM
BERSON and Aiken avenues, and between
P. R. R. and Fifth ave. cable, line, elegant resi
dence 9 rooms, best finish: all latest conveniences
and improvements: sewer connections: large lot:
choice location. HENRY A. BREED, 516 Market
FORSALE-AT SHADYSIDE HOUSE AND
3 lots, 72x100 feet: fruit and shade trees :7 rooms
In house, with laundry, bath and w. c; hall: dry
celUr; gas; hot and cold water; all In prime order;
only one square from cable cars; a beautiful
property; price, only S7.300. JAS. W. DRAPE
& CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. ftl-JG-D
FOlt SALE NEGLEY AVENUE -HANDSOME
residence properties along this great
connecting thoroughfare of all other avenues
leading from the city for sale at tbfi low price of
W J, S50 and SCO per foot front; this property will
be worth from f90 to 8100 and over when pavement
is finished. MELLON BROS., 6319 Station street,
E. E. Ja23-40-TWF
FOR SALE-QUEEN ANNE HOUSE-NO. 6217
Howe street, 140 feet west of Shady avenue.
East End; Pittsburg traction cars run on Shady
avenue every few minutes; house has 8 rooms,
bath, Inside water closet, laundry In cellar, which
has cemented floor: has electric bells, etc.; lot35x
125; good neighborhood; fine building now being
finished near It; price 85,500; SI, 100 cash and the
balance on long time If desired, C. 11. LOVE,
No. 91 Fourth avenue. fel-23-FSu
FOR SALE AT A BAKGAIN, ROUP ST.,
Queen Anne frame dwelling of 11 rooms: re
ception hall and bathroom: bay windows full
height of house: triple windows in library and
room above: ample closets and china cupboard;
artificial and natural gas; good cellar with laun
dry having stationary tubs and stove: hot and
cold water; front and rear porches; lot 42x169
to a 20-foot alley; good stable on rear of lot: terms
easy. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. fel-64-D
FOR SALE-EAST END RESIDENCE PROP
ERTY, with flue, large lot 120x274 feet on
Penn avenue: shade and fruit trees and shrub
bery; full supply of pure water: 10 rooms in resi
dence, with batb, dressing room, natural gas,
cedar closet, china cupboards, dry cellar with
furnace and vegetable Dins: porches front and
sides; brick residence with slate roof and com-
filetc thronghont In all Its parts; a bargain on
ong. easy payments. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.,
129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. fel-40-D
FOR SALE-HAZELWOOD-THE GREATEST
bargain yet offered, two frame houses of 6
rooms each; lots each 90x150: only $2,500 each; on
easy terms. J. R. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth
FOR SALE-15,000 BUYS A NEAT 4-ROOM
frame In Second ward, Allegheny; lot 25x100.
C. BALTENSPERUER&CO., 154 Fourth ave.
17OR SALE-AT MUCH LESS MIAN VALUE,
ao-rooracdbrlck bouse and large lot, San
dusky St.. Allegheny. AMERICAN TRUST CO.,
504 and 506 Smithfield st. fel-60
FOR SALE ELEGANT RESIDENCE 8
rooms and attic, with all conveniences, facing
the park; best exposure: terms very reasonable.
HENRY A. BREED, 616 Market St. Ja29-53
FOR SALE -HARE CHANCE -TWO LCI'S
20x60 ft. each, three frame dwellings with lot
49x60 ft., and brick dwelling with lot 20x60 it. on
Arch St.. Allegheny. GEO. D. RIDDLE, At
torney, 118 Diamond st. Ja31-78-D
FOR SALE A NET 8 PER CENT INVEST
MENT a block of six new brick dwellings
in Second ward, Alleghony. contiguous to street
cars and parks, natural gas, bath, marble man
tel', etc.. etc: rents about ?i,600: wlllpay8per
cent: a rare good thine: owner going West. JAS.
W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-2 NEW BRICK HOUSES IN SEC
OND ward. Allegheny; convenient to the
parks and street cars: tt rooms In each; hall, bath,
w. c, natural gas, marble mantels, dry cellar, all
concreted: everything In prime order; $3,600 and
13,500: benvMne and most complete houses of
the s'ze in either city. JAS. W. DRAPE Jfc-CO.,
129 Fourth ave., Plttsbnr. fel-46-D
ITIOR SALE-A HANDSOME RESIDENCE,
1 almost new, with largo lot, in Second ward,
Allegheny, on line of street cars, JO large rooms,
walls and ceilings in superb condition, fine library
room, bath and lavatory, china closet and pantry",
marble mantels, inside shutters, stationary wash
stands, with hot and cold water, furnace. registers,
natural gas, beautiful chandeliers, plate glass
windows; laundry, vegetable cellars;everythlng In
prime order; Iargelot 30x139 feet: side entrance;
alley In the rear. Terms, etc., from JAS.
W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue. Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-BEAVER ROAD, E1ISWORTH,
P., Ft.W. & C. R.R. ; rare bargain; frame house
7 rooms; large grounds, fruit trees, natural gas,
good water. BLACK. & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-HANDSOME SUBURBAN BRICK
residence on P. K. R. Just beyond city line
and near station, having ten rooms, double nails,
bath room, range, hot and cold water, natural
gas, together with fine stable and carriage houses;
also 2 acres of ground covered with choice irult,
flowers: onlv 1 11.000: on terms to suit. BLACK &
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. fel-64-D
FOlt SALE-IN SEWICKLEY -HOUSE AND
large lot at a rare bargain; 9 rooms, with
bath, hot and cold water, w. c, natural gas, mar
hie mantels, dry cellar, porch, hall, etc., all in
excellent order; fine large lot, stable and carriage
house, etc. :prlce only ?5, 600: very cheap: best value
intheplace:only3mlnutesfrnmlf. R. station. Par
ticular from JAS. W. DRAPE& CO., 129 Fourth
ave., Pittsburg. fel-46-D
I.IOR SALE-OR TO LET-ONE OK THE MOST
J beautiful suburban places In Allegheny
countv; the house is large, containing 15 rooms,
splendidly finished, and surrounded with wide
verandas: It is completely fitted up with bath-,
rooms, water closets and natural gas; there is a
good stable and handsomefowlhouse: thegrounds
arc very beautiful and well supplied with choice
shrubbery, fruit and ornamental trees; the whole
will be sold, with from 1 to 5 acres of ground, at a
verv moderate price. KNOXVH.LE LAND IM
PROVEMENT CO., 85 Knox avenue. Knoxville
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-A SOAP FACTORY IN GOOD
condition; splendid chance for man with
small capital. Address 11. H., Dispatch office.
FOB SALE BAKERY AND GROCERY; AN
old established stand doing a good Wuslness.
Inquire of P. CLARK, 66 Seventh avenue. J 322-50
FOR SALE-GROCERY AT INVOICE-BEST
location in the city : doing a thriving business,
and principally cash: good, fresh stock of goods;
fixtures, etc.: satisfactory reason given for sell
ing. J. R. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave.
for the right party to buy agents' furnishing
goods store, lease and fixtures; best location In
city; doing good business; good reason assigned
for selling: stock in perlect condition. C. U.
LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue. Ja31-83
FOR SALE-STORES, STOKES, STORES;
drug, dry goods, grocery, notion, shoe, tea,
cigar and tobacco stores, bakeries, hotels, restaur
ants, confectioneries, boarding bouses, coal
works, etc.; 100 good city business chances ior
men or women. SUEPARD & CO., 51 Fifth ave.
FOR SALE-VERY CnEAP FOR CASH -A
double house with store and 2 lots on Lacock
St., Allegheny. AMERICAN TRUST CO., 504 and
506 Smithfield st, fel-60
OR SAI.E-COR. PENN AND THIRTEENTH
Jj St.: now paying 11,800 rent per year; lot 50x100
it. to spring auey; J ousincss nouses anu oaweu
lngs: price low and future enhancement sure. W.
A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-TEN PER CENT INVEsTSIENT,
6 2-story brick dwellings and 1 2-story frame
and 6toreroom, fronting on three streets, 60 feet
on Wylie ave.. 45 feet on Green and 60 feet on Lin
ton St., a positive bargain. J. C. REILLY. 77
Diamond st. fel-67
OR SALE THE MOST ELIGIBLY-LOCATED
hotel property In MasslIIon, O. : two-storv
frame building: 25 rooms; will be sold cheap:
terms easy; ir not sold by March 1 will be ror rent;
Sossesslon April 1. For particulars address 51. II.
LING, MasslIIon. O. Ja26-77
FOR SALE-(09)-WAREHOUSE PROPERTY
on Church ave., near Sandusay St., Alle
gheny, frontage" of 40 feet on the R. R. and 80 feet
In depth: fine location for bnslness requiring a
R. R. siding; wfe have sold three of these proper
ties In this block within a year." SAMUEL W.
BLACK & CO.. 09 Fourth are, , . - fel-5S-D
Machinery and Metals.
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles kept in stock, from
4 to 100 h. p.; all refitted; good as new, at lowest
rices; mounted portable engines, 8 to 25 h. p.
1-25 Park way. J. S. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa.
FOR SALE-28X43 CORLISS ENGINE: ONLY
run a year: can be seen In operation; price
on application; also a new Strange Co. stave ma
chine, all complete: capacity 10,000 In in hours;
will sell at low figure. J. A. MCCORMICK. 150
First ave. aul-p32-MWF
FOP. SALE-CONTRACTORS' MACHINERY;
one 7Kxl2-lnch double engine, double drum;
others down to 4xS-lnch. with single or -double
friction drums: wire and manlla rope, centrifugal
pumps, etc. THOMAS CARLIN'S SONS, corner
Lacock and SanduskyBts., Allegheny. Jal7-Mwr
Hones. Vehicles. Live Stock. &c
FOR SALE-ONE OF THE GREATEST IN THE
world, a fresh registered cow; Jersey and
Holsteln: gives four gallons of milk: will give the
cow on trial. Apply at 189 BEAVER AVE.. Alle
OR SALE-STYLISH PAIR CHESTNUT
eobbs. Sandfivears old. thoroughly broke to
drivfi slncle or rtnnfilp. both irood saddle horses:
kind and gentle: they are perfect matches; 1 side
bar pole buggy: 1 sidebar buggy with shafts: l
top delivery wagon, pole and shafts, nearly new;
1 single cutter; 2 sets single harness: 1 set double
buggy harness; 1 set double carriage harness:
whip, blankets, robes, etc., all In good condition.
The above can be seen at FISHER & EVANS'
STABLE, South Diamond St., Allegheny, or by
addressing BOX 744, Pittsburg office, they can bo
shown at any residence or place of business.
TO LET-NO. 814 PENN AVE., NEAR NINTH
street, large dwelling 10 rooms. W. A.
HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
TO LET-(99)-563 FIFTH AVE., TEN MIN
UTES from Court House; neat two-story"
press brick dwelling, seven rooms and attic, salon
parlor, bath, range, hot and cold water, both
gases: SSO per month: immediate possession.
SAMUEL V. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth avenue.
TO LET-BRICK HOUSE AT NO. 82 RIDGE
av.. Allegheny, containing 6 rooms, gas ana
water. JOHN A. VERNER, 120 Locust street.
O LET A DESIRABLE THREE-STORY
press brick dwelling house 9 rooms, finished
attic, laundry, natural gas throughout, heater In
nau, ail mouern improvements, suerman ave..
Allegheny. Apply to ROBERT KNOX, JR., 17
Sherman ave., Allegheny City. Jal2-25
mo LET-HOUSES 403 AND 405 FEDERAL
JL extension. 5 rooms, all modern convenien
aisoNos. 7 anuaseagwicic st., 6 rooms, oatn
finished attic: storerooms and dwellings 160
164 Pcnna. avenue, Allegheny, inquire of J.'IR,
cae. 7CS renn ave., renn isuiiaing. room till.
TO. LET FOUR NEW SIX-ROOM HOUSES
with bath. w. c, natural gas, etc.; on line of
electric road, Perrysvllio ave., Allegheny; two
story and mansard. No. 168 North ave,, 9 rooms
with all modern improvements; also store and
dwelling 3 Chestnut St., Allegheny. Inquire of
J. A. MCKEE, 703 Penn ave., Penn building,
room 611. Ja31-73-SIWF
rriO LET-SUBURBAN RESIDENCE. TEN
JL rooms; orchard, fine view: hill district,
electric road, Allegheny; 8700; also house eight
rooms, hilt district, Allegheny; largo lot; $300.
A. LEGGATE & SON, 31 Federal St., Allegheny.
TO LET-DAIRY FARM OF 35 ACRES IN
Nineteenth ward, near Penn avenue; good
dwelling, capacious stabling and plenty of spring
water; rent $300. STRAUB 4 MORRIS, corner
Wood st. and Third av., Pittsburg. jal5-39
TO LET OR FOR SALE-150-ACRE FARM, 5
minutes walk from town of Manor, on Penna.
R. R., Westmoreland co.: ISacres timber, balance
cleared: house, bank barn and outbuildings,
orchard, etc. CHAS. L. McCUTCHEON, 104
Fourth ave. jal3-30-MWF
TO LET-GOOD CHANCE FOR BUTCHER
meat shop doing good business: Ice and
slaughter house, stables and wagon sheds; also
brick house of eight rooms, wide hall, good cellar
and all modern improvements for carrrtngon
butcher business. Apply to WM. J. ROTHRUM,
109 Taggart st. or 107 Jackson St., Allegheny.
Offices. Resit Room. Arc
0 LET-OFFICES-SUITABLE FOR DOC
TOR. Apply at 951 PENN AVE., Pittsburg.
TO LET-UESKROOM,1N ONEOFTHEBEST
locations la center of the city. Address
DESK, Dispatch office. Ja31-69
TO LET-(99) -OFFICES AND BUSINESS
rooms in best location; call for prices.
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave.
TO LET-DESK ROOM IN OUR MAIN OFFICE
with use ot desk and also use of safe. If de
sired; rent low. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue.
TO LET-STORE ROOM AND DWELLING
No. 433 Fiftn avenue: a good location for any
kind of retail business. C. H. LOVE. 93 Fourth
TO LET TWO LARGE CONNECTING
offices, second floor of 163 Fifth avenue, sec
ond door from Grant St., opposite Court House.
J. P. QUINN. Ja30-10
TO LET FRONT OFFICES IN BUILDING
corner Water street and Cherry alley: rent
low. D. W. C. BID WELL Jt CO., corner Water
street and Cherry alley. ja30-28
TO LET-FBEE RENT-TO APRIL 1, 1839
Offices, cor. Fifth avenue and Wood street;
good light and Crane elevator. SAMUEL W.
BLACK& CO., 99 Fourth ave. Ja29-86-D
TO LET- IN THE MCCANCE BLOCK,
Smithfield, Liberty and Seventh avenue,
well-lighted offices, each room fronting on a prin
cipal street; passenger and merchandise eleva
TO LET SINGLE AND CONNECTING
rooms in the Garrison bnlldlngs, cor. Wood
and Water streets, and Third ave. and Wood
street, inquire at A. GARRISON FOUNDRY
CO., 10 and 12 Wood St. JalS-Sl
10 LET-NEW OFFICES: SPLENDID LIGHT.
The German ia Savings Bank. 423 Wood St..
having changed the Interior or its building by
adding 15 large, airy and well-lighted offices, wltfi
all modern conveniences, elevator, etc., offer the
same for rent at reasonable terms. Parties desir
ing a fine location should apply at once at the
TO LET NO. 93 WATER ST.-LARGE 3
story business or warehouse, 160 ft. deep, to
First avennc; elevator: all in good order. W. A.
HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
O LET-2 STOREKOOMS ON CORNER OF
Liberty and Fourth, 2 on corner of Penn and
Third, 2 on Ferry street: some unfurnished rooms
with natural gas. Inquire on premises. 44
FOURTH STREET. Ja31-3-ThFSU
TO LET-CORNER STOREROOM. WITH FIVE
living rooms, in Ninth ward. Allegheny;
food location for grocery, bakery, or any other
uslness: lowrent: otherhouses to rent. MAGAW,
VIELSACK &GOFF, 105 Fourth ave.
TO LET THE ELEGANT STOREROOM. NO.
287 Ohio St., Allegheny, at present occupied
by W.J. Stalgeras wholesale and retail confec
tionery, one of the best locations in the city for
confectionery, bakerv and ice cream business.
Apply to J. H. AIKEN. 100 Fifth ave. fel-28
PERSONAL-NEW BOOKS! NEW BOOKSI
come and seel come and seel good editions
low prices. LEVI'S BOOK STORE, 900 Liberty
PERSONAL YOU WILL BE A LONGTIME
dead, but a short time alive, so be up and
make the best of It: see that vour wearing apparel
always looks neat and tidy. DICKSON, the
Tailor, of 65 Fifth avenue, corner Wood street,
second floor, makes a specialty of fine cleaning
and repairing; give him a trial. 'telephone 1553. JaS
LOST-THREE PHOTOGRAPHS IN AN EN
VELOPE, with address or owner. The
finder will he suitably rewarded by returning
them to MRS. Y EAGER, 26 Western ave.. Alle
t OST WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. BE
JU T WEEN post-office and Fourth ave.. byway
of Fifth ave. and Wood st.. a bunch of keys. A
liberal reward will be paid by leaving same at 304
WOOD ST. fel-18
-T OST-OR STOLEN-FROM THE PREMISES
JU of the subscriber, on Wllklns ave.. near
Fifth, a dark brown water spaniel, with docked
tail: answers to the name of 'Bingj" a reward
will be paid for his return. JOHN M. KEN
FOUND-THE TRUTH I WE SUFFERED
untold agonlesl Dr. Griffith's Ta-va-zon
Remedies cured us when all other means failed, and
they will cure you; try them: Mrs. G.C.Fink,Fox
burg. Pa.; Mrs. Hannah John, 663 Forbes St.;
Thos. Kcere, Mt. Washington; D. W. James, B.
O. R. R., city, and thousands of others: see
testimonials. GRIFFITH'S DRUGSTORE, Third
and Grant, Pittsburg: Ta-va-zon L. C. Syrup, the
best for coughs, colds, etc. fel-83
PENNSYLVANIA FEMALE COLLEGE
East End. Pittsburg. Second term opens
February L 1889. Dllworth Hall is ready for
occupancy and will accommodate a larRem um
ber of students. Apply to MISS HELEN E.
PELLETBEAU. President. JaS-13
Tiie Umoir Swrrcir and Sighiai. Co., J
Pittsbdbo, Pa.. January 2), 1889. S
PREFERRED DIVIDEND NO. 1-THE
Board of Directors of this company have
on the preferred stock, out of the earnings for
the year ending December 31, 1888, payable
.forthwith, by checks to be mailed to stock
holders ol record, this date.
ja30-27 A. I. RO WAND, Secretary.
County Commissioners' Offce,
PnTSBTJRO. January 2S. 18S9. t
THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WILL
hold appeals on the following named dis
tricts as I oflows, to-wit:
Monday, February 4 First, Fifth and Sixth
wards, Allegheny City.
Tuesday, February 5 Third and Fourth
wards, Allegheny City; First. Second and
Third wards of Homestead borough.
Wednesday. February 6 Borough of Wil
kinsburg, Mifflin. West Deer, Scott and Mar
Thursday, February 7 Thirty-second, Thirty
third, Thirty-fourth, Thirty-Hfth and Thirty
sixth ward3 of Pittsburg.
Friday, Februarys Twenty-seventb.Twenty-ninth,
Thirtieth and Thirty-first wards of Pitts
burg. Saturday. February 9 Fifth, Twenty-fourth,
and Twenty-eighth wards of Pittsburg.
Bv order of
P. W. SIEBERT. Clerk. jaZM
ELECTION -THE ANNUAL MEETING
of the stockholders of the Westmghouse
Electric Company will be held at the office of
tho company. Garrison alley, city of Pittsburg,
on TUESDAY, February 12, 18S9, at 2 o'clock
p. Jl., for the purpose of holding an election for
directors, and for the transaction of such other
business as may properly come before the
meeting. A. T. ROWAN D, Secretary.
Office of the j
Pennsylvania Construction Co.,
No. 132 First avenue, citv. S
ELECTION THE ANNUAL MEETING
of the stockholders of the Pennsylvania
Construction Company will be held at the office.
No. 132 First avenue, "on MONDAY", February
11, 1889. between the hours of 12 Jr. and 1 P. Jt.,
for the purpose of electing five (5) directors to
serve for the ensuing vear.
Ja31-89 W. N. VOEGTLY. Secretary.
FRANK W. SMITH, Attorney at Law.
ESTATE OF ELIZABETH WILBERT,
deceased. Notice is hereby given that
letters of administration on the estate of
Elizabeth Wilbert, late of the city of Pitts
burg, Allegheny county. Pa., deceased, have
been granted to Harry J. Wilbert and Samuel
C. Dally, of the said city of Pittsburg, to
whom aU persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make payment, and those having
claims or demands will make known the same
without delay. HARRY J. WILBERT,
SAMUEL C. DALLY", Administrators.
MARSHALLS & IMBRIE, 117 Diamond St.
STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA. COUNTY
of Allegheny, ss. In the Court of Com
mon Pleas No. 1, No. 793 December T., 1887.
In the matter of the American Bank, William
Floyd vs Lewis Peterson et al. January 12,
1889, account of receiver presented and on mo
tion of attorney for receiver said account 13
confirmed and James F. Robb, Esq., is ap
pointed Auditor to dlstribnte the funds.
BY THE COURT.
From the Record.
tSeal. JOHN BRADLEY,
Notice Is hereby given that I will attend to
the duties of the above appointment at my
office. No. 10O Diamond street, Pittsburg, Pa.,
on WEDNESDAY. February 27, 1889. at 3
o'clock P. jr., when and where yon may attend
If yon see proper.
fel 55-F JAMES F. ROBB. Auditor.
PlTTSBUKO AND SOUTHERN COAL CO., )
(A corporation of West Virginia)
Pittsburg, January 3. 1889. )
THE SYNDICATE HERETOFORE EXIST
ING in connection with the Pittsburg and
Southern Coal Co. was dissolved November 30,
18S8, by limitation. Tho business hereafter will
be conducted by the Pittsburg and Soitbern
Coal Co. alone, a corporation of West Virginia,
with a paid-up capital of JI0O,OCO, at their gen
eral office, Rooms 13, 11 and 15, Iron Exchange
Building. No. 8 Wood st.
JOSEPH WALTON. President.
JAMES DICKSON. Secretary.
T. H. GIVEN, Treasurer.
Vice Presidents: JNO. A. WOOD, SAM'L S.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION-THE FIRM
of Grace & Lamker, Insurance Agents,
has this day been dissolved by mutual consent.
The business of the said firm will be settled by
Edward S. Grace at his ofiice. No. 96 Fourth
avenue (second floor), Pittsburg, Pa.
EDWARD S. GRACE,
J. F. LAMKER,
The undersigned have this day associated
themselves together as partners, under the
firm name of Grace. Lamker & Co., to carry on
the general insurance business at 96 Fourth
avenue (second floor), Pittsburg, Pa.
J. F. LAMKER,
J. 8. GRACE,
EDWARD S. GRACE.
Pittsburg, Pa., January 31, 1SS9. ja31-3
THE PUBLIC WILL PLEASE TAKE
notice that the partnership heretofore ex
isting between John Kenna. Bernard Kenna,
John B. Kenna, James E. Kenna, under the
firm name of Kenna Co.. wagon makers and
blacksmiths, doing business at corner of Twenty-first
and Small man streets, has this day been
dissolved by mutual consent, John Kenna and
Bernard Kenna retiring from said firm.
JOHN B. KENNA.
JAMES E. KENNA.
Pittsburg, January 1, 1889.
The undersigned having this day formed a
partnership, will continue the business of
wagon makers and blacksmiths at the old stand
nnder the firm name of Kenna &. Co., and the
patronage of friends of tho old firm and the
public generally is hereby respectfully solicited.
All persons Indebted to the firm of Kenna &
Co. will please settle with the undersigned, to
whom all persons having claims against said
firm should present their bills for payment.
JOHN B. KENNA.
JAMES E. KENNA.
PiTTSBURO. Jannarv 1, 1889. fel-73
NOTICE TO OIL AND GAS WELL
drillers Bids will be received until
TUESDAY. February 5, at 7 P. M., for the
reaming and casing of the McKeesport Oil
Company, Limited, well in McKeesport, to tne
depth ot eighteen hundred and seventy feet
(1.870) and drilling the same four hundred feet
(400) deeper, more or less. The company re
serves the right to reject any or all bids. For
further information call or address A. W.
SMITH, Chairman of Well Committee, No. EC9
Fifth ave., McKeesport. Pa. f el-74
Office of the Controller of )
Pittsburg, January 30, 18S9. )
NOTICE TO PRINTERS
Sealed proposals will be received at this
office until 3 o'clock P. 3f. SATURDAY, Feb
ruary 2, li&l, tor the printing in pamphlet form
the Controller's report of the fiscal affairs of
Allegheny county for 18S8.
For further information inquire at this ofiice.
ja3U3 JOS1AH SPEER, County Controller.
TO CONTRACTORS FOR
Office of the )
boabd of public impnovejiexti.
St. Locis, January s, 1839. )
Sealed proposals for the public work hereinafter
mentioned will be received at the office or the
Board of Public Improvements of the City of St.
Louls.Mo., until 12 m. of the 23th day or February,
13S0, at which hour they will he publicly opened
and read, viz. :
For lighting with electricity for the term of ten
years from January 1, 1800, the streets, public
places and such public bnlldlngs as may be desig
nated In the following districts ofthe City of St.
Louis, Mo., viz.:
Letting No. 2,503. The district described as the
southern district In ordinance numbered 14,697, ap
proved December 25, 1833.
Deposit required. foco.
Letting No. 2. 504. The district described as the
northern district In ordinance number 14,697, ap
proved December 19. 1S33.
Deposit required. ?5,OXl.
Bidders will state prices per annum at which are
lights of 2.000-candle power each, or Incandescent
lights, of 30-candle power each, wilt be furnished,
operated and maintained, for lighting streets and
Fiubile places: also prices per annnm at which arc
Ights, of2.C00-candle power each, or Incandescent
lights, or 16-candie cower each, will be furnished,
operated and maintained forllghtlngpublicbnlld
lngs. Everything required for the aboveelectrlo light
ing shall be furnished and maintained by the con
tractor. The contract with the city will carry the privil
ege of furnishing electricity for light and power
to private parties and corporations along the
lines of dlstrlDUtlon.
The contract will contain stipulations bv which
the City of St. Lonis may acquire the entire elec
tric plant and appurtenances at the expiration of
Bidders must submit with proposals, general
and detailed plans and specifications of the pro
posed system of distributing the electricltv, mode
of supporting the lights and wires, and of safety
Proposals mnst be made on blank forms and in
closed In envelopes furnished by the Board of
Public Improvements. The certificate of the
Treasurer ofthe City of St. Louis that the snm ot
85,009 has been deposited lu the treasury must be
Inclosed with the proposal.
The right to reject any or all proposals Is ex
Specifications, form of contract and plans or tho
districts to be lighted, may be seen at the omce of
the President of the Board of Public lmprove
mentsofthe City ofSt. Louis, on and after Jana-
ary 23, 1839.
nv contract let hereunder will reanlre the ao-
proval or the Municipal Assembly by ordinance.
By order of the Board.
general business purpose
of the large rooms -
suitable ior omce on
general business purposes, in the new Dla--
ATCH buildinz on Diamond street, now re'
mam nnrenteo: . ,
TTinCT! TXTTTn TTTTfvrr the most
i-QUOC linSJ mOIl central sit-",
nation in the city, with the conveniences of
passenger and freight elevator service, electric '-t
light and steam-heating, should applv at onca
Nos. 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street.
BY GEO. K. STEVENSON 4 CO..
GROCERIES AND TABLE DELICACIES,'
SIXTH AVENUE. ja&9-MWT r-
-TUNCAN C. WHITE,
71 Diamond street.
Second door above Smithfield,
Surveyor, Draughtsman and Deslgnerof
Bridges Roofs and Mill Buildings,
Room 62 Eisner Buildine.
de!S-k66-D M FIFTH AVENUE. Pittsburgh -
The wholesalo Jewelry store of Chas. Zug
smith, Jr., corner Wood St. and Sixth ave.
will be sold out at public auction, commencing
on Monday, February 4. and continne until the
entire stock is disposed of. The stock is com
posed of diamonds, jewelry. Howard and Elgin
watches, silverware of the Rocers and Meriden
make, Seth Thomas marble and Ansonia
enameled clocks, safes, show cases and coun
ters. Mr. Zugsmith is retiring from the jew
elry business. All articles will be sold to tba
highest bidders. Don't forget. MONDAY,
FEBRUARY 4, at 930 o'clock A. M.
J. A. ROBINSON,
notions, carpets, eta, at auction, FRIDAY
MORNING, February LatlO o'clock, atNo. 311
Market street; parlor, bedroom, library, dining
room and office furniture: brussels and ingrain
ball, room and stair carpets; curtains, linoleum,
picture?, mirrors, wraps, bedding, toilet suits,
dishes, towel racks, clocks, lamps, ornaments,
folding beds, stoves, cooking utensils, tinware,
harness, pianos, etc.; also at 2 o'clock the same
afternoon, fine groceries, all kinds pickles, con
diments, jellies, chocolate, canned goods, buck
wheat, baking powder, soap, tea, fruit, bath
brick, blue, syrups, cigars, etc
HENRY AUCTION CO., LTM.,
SATURDAY, FEB. 2,
At 10 A. Jr., at McCoy's stables, Duquesne way,
near Point bridge, Pittsburg, Pa., a carload of
fine bred young horses Irom Lamed, Kan.
Clydesdale mares and geldings, coachers and
thoroughbreds. No postponement on account
of weather. J. A. McKELVEY, Auctioneer.
THE WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA
Will hold their
BENCH SHDW DF DDBS
AT GRAND CENTRAL RINK,
. PENN AVENUE,
JANUARY 29, 30, 31 AND FEBRUARY L
In addition to the grand display of best dogs
in the United States, Professor Parker, from
New York, will give an exhibition evejy after
noon and evening of his Grand Dog and Cat
Circus. The finest trained dogs in the world.
BIJDU THEATER-EXTRA I
Week of February 4, A Brilliant Attraction!
Return from Europe of the World-Famed
Monday, Tuesday and Saturday evenings, tho
"MY SWEETHEART." 1
As played over 000 times. Wednesday. Thurs
day and Friday evenings and Saturday Mati
nee, her latest and greatest success,
" My Brother's Sister."
MINNIE PALMER AS A BOY.
MINNIE PALMER AS A GHIL.
NO WEDNESDAY MATINEE.
Secure your seats early. f el-84
The world-renowned phenomenal pianist,ln
TWO (2) GRAND ROSENTHAL CONCERTS
At Old City Hall,
MONDAY and TUESDAY' EVENINGS,
February 4 and 5, 1889,
Assisted by the famous Austrian boy violinist,
MASTER FRITZ KREISLER. .
Chas. E. Pratt Accompanist
Admission (including reserved seat) 31 00
.BJf-Seats at Kleber's, commencing Wednes
OLD CITY HALL,
Saturday evening. February 2.
THE RHONDDA GLEE SOCIETY.
19 Gold Medalists 19
From the Royal Albert Hail, London, England,
under tho auspices of Gilt Edge Lodge. No. 02,
Switchmen's Mutual Aid Association of North
This society has been especially engaged to
sing at the inaugural services at Washington,
D. ft, March 4. by special request of Governor
Foraker. of Ohio.
ADMISSION, $1, 75 cents and M cents.
J. C. STEWART'S
IN THE TWO
Next week Minnie Palmer.
TTARRY WHJJAMS' ACADEMY
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
FERGUSON fe MACK'S
ja29 SPECIALTY COMBINATION.
Every Afternoon and Evening,
A COLD DAY!
A COLD DAY!
Week of January 28 Dore Davidson in "Dr.
JekylandMr.Hytle." ja27-U -"
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Every evening. Matinees Wednesday and
Saturday. The original and world-famous
HANLON6. NEW FANTASMA.
Week February 4 Evans & Hoey in "A '
Parlor Match." ja27-12 -:
WEEK OF JANUARY 28.
4.U1M1US. xictiuctb aim jjajay; T.mbiurus. jch-t
nia and Blllv: the hnnian nhenomenon. tha- )
Minnesota Woolly Child. Admission, 10c. Open.'
iroui iu A. a until lu p. m. jaa-i
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
On the beach, sea end of Virginia avenue..
Steam heat, electric bells. Will open Febro- ;' '
ary w, ioov.
Jal3-72-3iWFSa BUCK & McCLELLAN.
HOT SPRINGS, N. O.
nuunmin rnnft nuiuw
First-class in every particular. Stsam Heat,
Open Fires. Porches inclosed in glass, Superb -
Location. Ideal Climate for tha debilitatad.f .
Baths in Marble Pools, Finest in Amtrloa;
Waters unexcelled anywhere in curative power-
or luxury. G. K. LANSINQ,
(Late of Astor House, N. Y.) Manager.
OLD POINT COMFORT,
100 yards from FortMonroe; open all the year. '
accommodates l.OCO guests; admirable location;
delightful climate; thrilling historic surround- .
ings. Turkish, Russian. Roman, Electric and
HOT SEA baths, the latter especially beneficial
in rheumatic troubles. Mnslc by the famous
Artillery School Band. Glass-inclosed verandas.
Average temperature for winter 48. Absol utely
free from malaria. All thinirs considered. tha" ;
most comforatable and delightful resort at .i
mates, oena ior descriptive pamphlet.
no27-y40-TWSa JbN. PIKE, Man