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THE HlTTSBTJRG- DISPATCH, SJLTNpAY,, FEBRUARY ' -8, ' s1889:
It Last, by tho Prosecutors of Ex
Cashier Henry F. Yoijt.
TEE CHARGES BASED ON FIl
Inother Adjournment Without At
for the Accused.
THE DEFENDANT SMILES AND
The dingy little office of Alderman
Shaefer, on the Southside, was very much
ke a match box yesterday afternoon, for
.ay people, curious and interested ones,
were crowded as closely together iu it as the
lighters in a 5-cent match box, to witness
the hearing of Henry F. Voigt, the ex
cashier of the Farmers and Mechanics'
Hank. The whole afternoon was taken up
with the prosecution offering evidence. It
v&s not until 630 o'clock that the case was
adjourned and Scott Ferguson, Esq., attor
ney for the defense, stated that they -were
not jet ready to offer any evidence. Then
Voigt went back to jail until next Friday
afternoon, when the case will be continued.
As has already been stated in The DIS
PATCH, there are four charges against Mr.
Voigt, viz: First, for false entries in the
books with intent to deceive; second, for
embezzlement; third, for altering the books
with intent to defraud, and, fourth, perjury.
On the first charge Mr. "W. J. Hays, as an
employe of the bank-for five years, identi
fied the various account books, and stated
that Voigt. as a rule, but not always, had
oharge of the individual ledger.
THE EXPERT TESTIFIES.
Then Mr. J. W. Keed, the expert who
has been examining the books during the
last three months, stated he had found a
discrepancy ol $12,000 on October 27 1884,
which had'been caused by several ialse en
tries. He explained ho r that amount had
been drawn out of the bank, and, in order
to have it covered up, entries of alleged
withdrawals, amounting to $12,000, were
made a day or two previous to the time the
books were to be audited. Then, after the
Auditing Committee had found the books
correct, the accounts which were supposed
to have been drawn from the bank were
again entered in the books, credited to
the narties who were supposed to
have drawn the amounts out This pro
ceeding, "the -witness said, hid the fact of
the $12,000 having been taken from the eves
of the Auditing Committee while examining
the bank books. The accounts that had
been tampered with in that way, were al
leged to be those of Klein, Logan & Co.,
tbe .Mononganeia (Sana uompanv, .Louis
Knapp, and S. JiL Clark. They were all
called as witnesses, and they all testified
that no withdrawals or deposits had been
made by them on the dates mentioned in the
bank ledger, except Mr. E. P. Loran, who
could not remember anything about it.
Then came the charge of
.ALTEBIX O THE BOOKS
'With intent to defraud, and here Mr. Cun
ningham called again upon Mr. Beed to tes
tify. He showed now, from the books, that
he found, in one case, the sum of $3,182 09
had been changed to $182 09, in favor of the
Independent Glass Company, and in an
other case he found that a check for $1,100
had been changed to $100 iu favor of H. F.
In the embezzlement case Mr. Beed stated,
from the books before him, that from April
14, 1884, until September, 1687, he noticed
systematic shortages in the general ledger,
as compared with the check scratcher,
amounting altogether to $159,500. He item
ized 20 different accounts, in which the fig
ures had been changed to such an extent as
to aggregate $10,00 loss to the bank.
Then Mr. Berg was called as a witness,
and he testified that he succeeded Mr. Voigt
as cashier of tbe bank. He stated that upon
an examination he had found that while a
balance or the general ledger showed a de
posit of $100,000 the individual ledger bal
anced at $300,000.
Mr. John McMasters testified to the hand
writing ol Mr. "Voict.
Then the case for'the prosecution closed,
and an adjournment was asked by Mr. Fer
guson. "Yheu a reporter approached Mr.
Voigt and Mr. Ferguson, both gentlemen
seemed to be quite pleased with the result
of the proceedings.
Mr Voigt said: "I am well satisfied,"
and Mr. Ferguson: "They have had their
eav now; but I am going to have my say
0 THE BEST
Take one quart rich cream, four table
rpoonfnls powdered sugar, two teaspooniuls
extract of vanilla; place this in a vessel
packed with chopped ice; allow it to thor
oughly chill, then beat (Dover egg beater)
into this two teaspoonfuls gelatine that has
been dissolved in two tablespoonfnls sweet
milk. Prepare your cake as follows: Take
the whites of 11 eggs, beaten stiff, IU tea
cnpfnls granulated sugar, measured after
sifting; beat the sugar gradually, also the
yolks of six eggs and one teaspoonful ex
tract of orange; stir into this one teacuplul
flour, measured after sifting four times, hav
ing mixed through the dry flour one measure
"Banner Baking Powder." Bake 40 min
utes, slow oven; square pan. When cake is
cold cut out the center and pour in the
whipped cream; drop over top candied cher
ries or other conserves.
The "Banner Becipe Book" is replete
with valuable household information for
baking tea biscuit, rolls, muffins and all
kinds of fancy cakes; instructions for roast
ing meats, fish and fowl; for preparing
Prench and mayonnaise dressings, and mak
ing all kinds of deserts. Every lady should
have one of the books. Order a pound can
with the Banner Becipe Book from your
grocer. If he cannot supply the book,
send your address to B. B. Powder Co., P.
O. box 245, Pittsburg, Pa., and we will
mail it free.
An elegant assortment of all the new
spring designs in solid silver and silver
plated ware has just been opened by E. P.
Roberts & Son, the Fifth avenue jewelers.
The stock embraces many new shapes, chas
ings and engravings, especially so in tea
sets, fancy articles and spoons and forks.
The display is a fine one, and is worthy an
E.ISSOLTJTTON KOTICE-THE FIRM OF
1 J. AVilbert's Sons & Co. (Albert AVilbert,
J. Wilbert and 8. C. Sally), Commission
Merchants, bare this day dissolved by mutual
consent. The affairs of said firm will be set
tled by the undersigned at the old place. No.
615 Liberty street. Persons having claims
against said firm wil please make them known
at once. Persons being indebted to the same
will please make prompt settlement.
B. C. DALLY".
JOHN A. WILBERT.
PrnSBCSo, Pa, February 1,1859. leS-4-AVou
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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
publio, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where "Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient ad vertisements "will
j be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts wlthTnxDIs-
THOMAS McCAFFKKY. 3fl Butler street.
EMIL G. STUCKEY, Mth street and Penn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY ACO., Wylle ave. and Fultonst.
N. STOKELY. Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. AA. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue,
MCALLISTEK A SHElBLER,5th av. A Atwood St.
JACOB SPOHN. No. 2 Carson street.
CHAS. SCHWAUJI, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAEKCHEK, 59 Federal street.
McBKIDE BUGS., Federal and Ohio streets.
FRED H. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H, EGGEKS A SOX, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENBY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. AV. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
FEKKYM. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
TTrANTED-PEDULERSTO SELL ELECTRIC
VV TASTE STOVE POLISH; camples free.
Address T AV. P., Dispatch office. feJ-I
TTTANTED - AGENTS TO SELL THE
VV Selr-LIgbtlng Pocket Lamp: sells at sleht.
L. AA'. MAYBAUM, 806 Smlthfield St. fe3-77(
WANTED SALESMEN FOR RETAIL GRO
CERY trade; Electric Paste Stove PolUh;
samples free. Address T. V. P., Dispatch office.
WANTED-A CATHOLIC GENTLEMAN OF
good address to Introduce a fine work among
the leading Catholics. Address P.O. BOX 568, for
terms, etc fc-22
WANTED-A COMPOSITOR WHO UNDER
STANDS maklns: up forms and attending
to a country press; salary, fSOa l
"FOREMAN." Dispatch office.
saiarv, roua monio. Aaareu
WANTED-YOUNG MAN, AGED 16 TO 19, TO
work in gents' furnishing store; experience
and reference. Call at 10 FEDERAL ST., Alle
gheny: room SO, Monday, 8 to 9 A. M. fe3-lS5
WANTED-AGENT3 IN THIS CITY AND
ouUlae towns to sell Dr. O'Keefe's pills;
steady work; can make (12 to S18 per week. DR.
O'KEEFE A CO., Homeopathic Chemists, 34 Fifth
WANTED-A WIDEAWAKE YOUNG MAN
to sell Allegheny real estate: must be well
acquainted In Allegheny, of good family and able
loiurnisu oesi 01 rcierencc.
Address P. O. BOX
-VTJANTED-A WIDEAWAKE YOUNG MAN
V to sell East End real estate: must be well
acquainted In tbe East End, of good family, and
able to furnish best of reference. Address P. O.
BOX 724. City. f 63-133
-VTTANTED-AGEXTS IN EA'ERY TOWN IN
VV U. S. to sell Dr.O'Keefe's "Boss Bitters:"
can make (12 to S24. per week. Address DR.
O'KEEFE A CO., Homeopathic Chemists, 34 Fifth
avenue. Pittsburg. fe3-124
WANTED-A MAN TO TAKE CHARGE OF
a Job printing office: one who understands
stereotyping and presswork: wages SUaweek;
state experience and ability. Address JOB
PRINTER, Dispatch office. fe2-95
TiTANTED A COMPETENT SALESMAN
V V Permanent position to right party; must be
able to sell goods: state salary, where and when
last employed, with references. Address DRY-
IcKeesportP. O., Pa.,
TTTANTED-COMPETENT MEN TO SOLICIT
V orders for a new ledger trial balance book;
bookkeepers out of employment, and of good ad
dress, preferred. For particulars call on or ad
dress THE COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTING
AGENCA, room 402, Hamilton building. fe3-107
LIVE MEN EVERYWHERE TO
t T sell '
'Trick Clear Lichter." Latest noveltv
out. Cyclone of fun. Catches everybody. Selling
by the thousands. You can coin money. Six sam-
Ele lighters and particulars by raalLlOcts (silver).
IGAR L1UHTER CO., 44 N. 4th St., Phlla., Pa.
-TTTANTED-CAPABLE MAN TO SCPERIN-
V TEND wholesale department of large busi
ness in Pennsylvania: will manage branch stores,
finances, correspondence, snipping aud have
charge of over (10,000 (wholesale) worth of goods,
must make $3,500 cash deposit: salary (2,400: refer
ences. Address LIPPINCOTT, Box 12, Station D.
New York, fe3-l9
WANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL'
housework: good wages paid. Inquire at
LUMBER OFF1CET corner Craig and Killbuck
streets. Allegheny. fe3-109
WANTED-AN ENERGETIC AND INTEL
LIGENT lady capable of dealing with the
best trade; 9 to 5 dally; good salarv; references
reqnlred: call after 10 a. M. Monday. H. A.
bCUROEDEK, Supt., 54 Sixth st. fc3-57
IHnle nnd Female Help.
-tttanted-liat: MEN AND WOMEN TO
T engage in an easy, paying business at
home; can work daytime or evening and make 50c
to S2 per hour; 6ure tblng; sample aud complete
Instructions sent free. Address, AA'ORLD
SUPPLY CO.. Rutland, Vt. Ja20-110
TTTANTED-AGENTS. MEN OR WOMEN, IX)
T sell Missouri Steam Washer to families: ar
guments in its favor numerous and convincing;
sales made without difficulty: profits large; sent
on two weeks' trial, to be returned at my expense
lrnot satisfactory: write for Illustrated circular
and terms. J. A ORTH. 51 Beekman, N. Y.
-TTTANTED -POSITION BY YOUNG MAN TO
V work about a store or driver; sober, reliable;
can furnish reference. CalloraddrcssKNOREES,
10 Federal street, Allegheny. fe3-U3
WANTED POSITION AS CASHIER OK
assistant bookkeeper by a young lady: bad
two years' experience: can give good reference.
Address J. C, Dispatch office. . fr3-43
-TTTANTED-SITUATION AS STOCK OK
T shlppingclerk, or iu any other capacity, by
a young man who has been bookkeeper 11 Tears.
Address N. O. P., Dispatch office. fe3-112
-TTTANTED-POSITION OF TRUST BY AN
V English lady in a private family: excellent
needlewoman: good references. Address A'ERA,
113 Seventeenth street, Southside. feJ-39-Tusu
WANTED POSITION AS FOREMAN BY
carpenter: 14 years experience, also fine
draughtsman and mathematician and union man.
Address CARPENTER, Dispatch office. fe3-34
-TTTANTED-POSITION BY A LADY SHORT-
t V HAND writer, who has bad exparlence and
can write from 50 to 60 words per minute on the
WANTED-POSITION BY A GOOD PEN
MAN, with excellent references, as ship
ping clerk, salesman or traveling agent for some
mercantile bouse in Pittsburg. Address P E.
N.. Turtle Creek, Pa. fe3-3S
WANTED-SITUATION BY MAN; CAN
layofi; cutout and machine all kinds of
planing mill work: understands drawings thor
oughly, and can make plans and details: com
Eetent to take charge or mill. Address HUS TLER,
Hspatch office. fe3-91
WANTED A PARTNER AVITH (5.000 TO
(10,000 to engage In a well-established manu
facturing business. Address, at once, PARTN Elt,
Dispatcb office fe3-12S
WA NTED-PARTN EE WITH (2, 500 TO TAKE
half interest In and manage manufactur
ing business: working on patent articles: good
opening for the right man. Address A. W. R.,
Dispatch office. fe3-36
WANTED ROD SIS. HOUSES.
-TTTANTED-TWO COMMUNICATING OF-
V nuES. one witn power; central location.
Address POWER, Dispatch office.
WANTED-TO HENT-A GOOD HOUSE OF 8
or 9 rooms in Se"'ekley: no children; best
ofreferente. P. O. BOX 325, city. fi3-lii
-TTTANTED-TO RENT A HOUSE OF ABOUT
V 8 rooms ou the Southside, between Fint and
Tenth sts. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth ave fe3-72
WANTED-APKIL 1, TWO FURNISHED
rooms, witb board, by mother and eon: 6
o'clock dinner. Address, with terms, 1)0
QUESNE, Dispatch office. fe3-l
WANTED-TO BUY GOOirXIODSE OF 8 OK
9 rooms in Allegheny: within ten minutes
..I. VI BUBl,Ca,uu UIIU1C, OT.ll
Address FRANCIS, Dispatch office,
pay half cash.
-TTTANTKD-BY APRIL L SHOWROOM ON
V first floor on good business street; would
rent one-balfof large room with first-class party.
Address SHOWROOM. Dispatch office de7-f33
-m-ANTED-A HOUSE, WITH MODERN CON
V VEN1ENCES, of 12 rooms, bath and w.c.
sitnated on or near Fifth avenue traction road,
near East Liberty. Address X. Y. Z.. Dispatch
-TTTANTED-TO RENT-IN EAST END BY A
W small family, a modcrnly convenlenced
house of 6 to 8 rooms at a moderate rent; must be
bandv to Penn a e. cable line. Address J. s. K.,
103 Bldwell St.. Allegheny. lel-21
WANTED BOARDERS AND LODGERS.
TTTANTED-OCCUPANTS FOR DESIRABLE
vV second floor rooms; furnished nicely, fac
ing park; ail conveniences for housekeeping to
permanent pirtles; references. 43 MONTGOMERY
AVE.. Allegheny. fe3-33
Yt on Improved city or countrv property at
4. 5 and 6 per cent. J. R. COOPER A CO.. 107
Foart a ave m fc:-55
"ilTANTED-TO LOAN MONEY AT 4K, S AND
VV 6 per cent free of tax.
ii rourtn ave.
TXTANTED GOOD CITY MORTGAGES IN
VV large and small amounts. C. H. LOVE, 83
-TTTANTED -RENTS COLLECTED PROMrT-
VV LY; property managed with satisfaction.
ALLES A BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
T17-ANTEU-LANULORUS, SEND IN YOUR
VV houses. If vou desire to have them rented
carlv; we have a large number of applicants who
desire to rent In East End. M. P. HOWLEYor
AY. S. PATTERSON, 6326 Station street, K. E.
WANTED-TO INVEST 2,0 "WITH SERV
ICES in some established business that
would pay for labor and Investment; have a gen
eral knowledge of business and understand the
handling of men. Address X. T., Dispatch office.
a personal interview I -will show you how
you can make 15 per cent on investment without
the slightest risk: you have no work, yet have full
control of capital. Address J. A. H., Dispatch
WAATED-MOHTGAGES-51, 000, flOOTO LOAN
on city and suburban properties atW, Sand
6 per cent, and on larms In Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 6 per cent; no money loaned out
of Pennsylvania. 1. M. PENNOCK A SUN, 105
Fourth avenue. ap7-fll
-TTTANTED-REAL ESTATE-AVE HAVE OUS
VY TOMEKS for houses In Second ward, Alle
gheny, at prices ranging from KOOO to 14000.
Parties having such for sale please call on
STRAUB A MORRIS, corner AVood st. and Third
avenue, Pittsburg. fe3-53
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY-AVE HAVE
over one million dollars to loan on city ind
suburban property at 4K per cent; no tax: we
will also loan money on Improved farms in Alle
gheny, Beaver, Fayette, AVashlngton and AVest
moreland countles;any marketable securltv taken
for loans of any amount. BLACK A BAIRD. 93
Fourth ave. je3-a9-sn
WANTED-STUDENT FOR DENTISTRY
Able to turnlsh good reference. DENTIST,
Dispatch office. fe3-117
TTJANTED-TO RENT A GOOD FARM NOT
V more than 12 miles from city and 1 mile
from station. FARMER, Dispatch office. fe3-127
TTJANTED-EVERYBODY TO CALL AND
VV see our line ot photos and crayons: lowest
prices for fine pictures. STANFORD A CO.. 63
Federal st. Ja!3-93-wssu
-TTTANTED-TO MAKE BROMIDE PRINTS
VV and finish in crayon at lowest rates; also 3
good solicitors wanted. PITTS BROMIDE CO.,
oil bmlthncld. . fc3-78
-TTTANTED-TO PURCHASE A SMALL GEN-
V ERA I, store, or would rent dwelling with
storeroom attached. In some live country town.
J. F. S., Dispatch office. fe3-44
-TTTANTED EA'ERYBODY TO KNOAV "THE
W ELITE" GALLERY. 516 Market St.. Pitts
burg, Pa., will make cabinets for (1 (X) per dor.
until May 1, 1889; use elevator. Jall-tsMvssu
WANTED-TO RENT SMALL BRICKYARD
or clay ground suitable for same, in locall-
wnere above Dullness is needed; 6tate rail par
ental s. RICHARDS. DlSDatch office.
WANTEO-EVERYBODY TO KNOW THAT
H. Terheydcn 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 TEBHEYDEN, 5J0 binlthfield St.
WANTED-APPLICANTS FOR CIVIL SEB
A'lCE examination questions, and full in
formation ofhow, when and where to apply for a
Government position sent on receipt of 10c. Ad
dress NAT ILL. MAGAZINE, AVashlngton, D. C.
WANTED COST OF LIFE INSURANCE
away down. "Undoubted Security," in
the Fidelity Mutual Life. W Firth ave. J. F. A
A N. PAULSON, General Managers. Agents
wanted for Pittsburg, vicinity and Western Pa.
Good pay. fe3-59
ANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER. 96 Fifth avenue. Pittsbnrsr.
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at (150 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: instan
taneous process. mhl3-k27
corporation desires to establish a
branch factory in the vicinity of Pittsburg: em
ploys 100 bands and ships 60,000 tons of freight an
nually: requires 5 to 10 acres of ground having
navigable water and railroad frontage. Offers
may be sent to CHAb. L. WORK, 501 Chestnut St.,
Philadelphia. Pa. Ja29-73-TuwsSu
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE ON EASY PAYMENTS-A 2
story brick dwelling, in First ward, cltv. C.
II. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue. fe3-72
FOR SALE-2-STOKY BRICK HOUSE ON
Forbes St., west of Chest nut st. ; price 12.500.
C. H. LOVE. 93 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE 11,500 FRAME HOUSE 4 ROOMS
and cellar, in good repair: lot 29x100 feet,
located near Center ave.: terms, (600 cash, balance
in three years. AV. C. STEAA'ART, 114 Fourth ave.
TT'OR SALE-GIST ST.. (2.000, NEAT BRICK
L nousc, 4 rooms, goo
(500 cash, balance to suit.
107 Fourth ave. v
house, 4 rooms, good cellar, nat. gas; terms.
j. a. uuupck suo.,
TTIOE SALE LOTS. LOTS. LOTS. COVINGTON.
X1 near Caldwell street, 4 good building lots.
2iixl00 each, cheap.
COOl'EK A CO , 107
FOR SALE LOCUST STREET, (2,500. EASY
terms, brick house, 6 rooms, nat. gas. side
entrance: good sewerage, etc
J. R. COOPER Jt
jj., ivt r uurui ave.
TT'OR SALE-(2.600-ON CONGRESS STREET.
X? brick dwelling 4 room6; both gases, etc.; lot
20V90 feet; a bargain. ALLES
fourth we. Telephone 167.
FOR SALE-MT. WASHINGTON, GRAND
VIEW avenue, (950. rrame bouse, 3 rooms;
lot 25x157: only (250 cash, balance to suit J. K.
COOPER 4 CO.. 107 Fourth avenue. fe3-132
T7IOR SALE-HOUSE-TEN ROOMS. ALL MOD
Jj ERN conveniences, marble mantels, tile
lnauire on nremlses. 23
city, near Catholic College. fe2-100
FOR SALE WYLIE AVE.. THIRTEENTH
ward, (2,700, (TOO cash, balance in 10 years,
new brick house 6 rooms, halL attic good cellars,
etc ; lot 20x100. J. R. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth
FOR SALE-FIFTH AVENUE RESIDENCE,
near Jumonvllle street, a new pressed brick
bouse, 8 rooms, bath room, electric bell, w. c.'s,
hot and cold water, natural and artificial gas,
cement cellar, laundry and all tbe latest improve
ments: lot 22x120 to Ann street. Call or address
RESUJENCE, 209 and 211 Market street, city.
Enst End Residences.
FOR SALE-(32,500 A LARGE AND SUB
STANTIAL brick residence with an acre of
round, in Shadysldc on paved avenue. AV. C
TEW ART, 114 Fourth avenue. fc3-I3S
FOR SALE-ON ATJRELIA ST.. LOT 24X120;
frame house 6 rooms, front and side porches.
good cellar, etc.
82.100: SiOO cash. bai. on time.
LIGGETT. 114 Fourth ave. fe3-41-MWFSSU
TTIOR SALE-(13,10-A HANDSOME BRICK
JTJ residence of 11 rooms: lot 50x215, on an Im
proved ave In E. E. Must be seen to be appreci
ated. W. S. PATTERSON, 6328 Station st.. E. E.
fTIOK SALE-S7.000-A RESIDENCE OF 12
C rooms; lot 37.x133: fitted un with all the mod
ern Improvements: 5 minutes' walk from Shadv
side. W. S. PATTERSON, 6326 Station St.. E. E.
TT'OR SALE-ON MEADOW ST.. NEW FRAME
JL' bouse or 6 rooms; Dam, casement laundry,
nat gas, finished attic and all modern
racnts: lot 30x141; only (4,000.
114 Fourth ave
FOR SALE-M8.000-A NEW AND SUBSTAN
TIAL brick residence containing 12 rooms
and all improvements; large lot: desirably located
on North Hlland avenue AV. C STEWART, 114
Fourth avenne feJ-123
FORSALE ON CEDAR ST.. NEAR LIBERTY
ave, lot 20x13 to a paved alley: good 3
roomed brick house, good stone foundation and
cellar, city water, etc.: lOmin. walk from 31111
vale sta.; (2,000. THOS. LIGGEIT, 114 Fourth
FOR SALE-(10,0C0-NEA-. SUBSTANTIAL
and attractive brick of 9 rooms, having all
conveniences: lot 50x140. with good stable located
on paved avenue with good sewerage in one of
the finest neighborhoods In East Liberty. W. C.
S1EW ART. Ill Fourth avenue fe3-138
FOR SALE-ON SOUTH HILAND AVE.. LOT
37x140: selected brick house parlor, dining
room, pantry and kitchen on first Sour; 3 good
rooms and bathroom on second floor: 3 good rooms
in attic: -natural gas nil through the house; hot
and cold water; large front porch and shade trees;
(11.000. THOS. LIGGETT, 111 Fourth ave
FOR SALE-QUEEN ANNE HOUSE NO. 6217
Howe street, 140 feet west or Shady avenue
East End: Pittsburg traction cars run on bhady
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 (5,600: (L100 cash and the
balance on long time if desired. C H. LOVE,
No. 83 Fourth avenue fel-25-rsu
F)RSALE-(2, COO CASH, BALANCE (L 000 PER
year, will buy a new pressed brick dwelling
at Brushton station: reception ball and 4 rooms
first floor, 5 rooms on second and 5 rooms In attic;
hardwood stairway, slate mantels, with Improved
fireplaces: laundry, with cemented floor; lot 75x140
to 25-foot alley, with perfect sewerage; bouse now
open for Inspection: fmmedlatepossep6lon;exceD
tfonally low price See JOHN F. BAXTER, Agt.,
512 smlthfield street. fe3-49-Tbsu
TT'OR SALE-BRICK DWELLING, HAVING
JD porches. 10 rooms, hath and all conveniences;
largo stables and outbuildings In good repair:
grounds contain 14 acres, having 2,000 feet of
frontage on good avenues, fine elevation, e" m
raanding view, abundance of pun, water and cov
ered with vineyards and choice fruit: located In
East End, near pived avenue; 15 minutes from
station; price only (20,000, on easy terms. AV. C.
STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. fe3-138
FOR SALE-HAZELWOOD A GREAT BAB
GAIN: only (4,500: frame dwelling 7 rooms,
hall, good cellar, etc.: also frame house 3 rooms,
lot 90x300, fronting on two good streets: terms to
suit buyer. 'J. R. COOPER A CO., 107 Fourth
FOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
TJIOB SALE-M.500-7-KOOMED HOUSE IN
J? good repair; Poplar street. W. C. STEW
ART, 114 Fourth ave. - feS-WS
TJIOR 8ALE-H.0C0-MODEHN BRICK. SEVEN
! rooms: an improvements: uoyie street. .
a STEWART, 1H Fourth avenne.
bouse of 8 rooms: all conveniences: Klrknat-
rick avenue. AV. C. STEWARTi'lM Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-H.500-THE BEST HOUSE ON
Clifton avenue, containing 8 rooms; large lot;
good neighborhood. W. 0. STEWART, 114 Fourth
of 12 rooms In rood renalr. with larre lot: de
sirably located on Lincoln avenue. AV. C. STEAV
AKT. 114 Fourth avenue. feJ-138
FOR SALE-SEDGWICK STREET: v5,500:
good brick house, 8 rooms, hall, bath and all
modem conveniences; corner property. J. R.
COOPER A CO., 107 Fourth ave. fe2-S5
FOR SALE ,12,500-SOBSTANTIAL BRICK IN
good repair; 10 rooms; located in one of the
most delightful neighborhoods In Allegheny City.
AV. C STEWART, 114 Fourth are fe3-138
FOR SALE-ALLEGHENY AVENUE, FRAME
dwelling, mansard, 8 rooms, hall, bath, range,
hot and cold water: in excellent repair: a bar
gain. J. B. COOPER ACO 107 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-JAMES ST.. (3,200; FRAME
house, 6 rooms: hall; water and gas; frame
house In rear of 4 rooms, fronting West st.: large
lot: easy terms. J. K. COOPER A CO., 107 Fourth
FOR SALE-S3.000-PRESS BRICK. JUST
finished, containing 9 rooms; all improve
ments: partly finished in hard woods: located In
Second ward, nearparks, AY. a STEAA'ART, 114
Fourth avenue. fes-133
FOR 8ALE NORTH iAVB., FRONTING
parka, 2-story brick dwelling 7 rooms, bath,
b. and c. water, nat. and art. gas: everything in
first-class order: prlee low, terms to suit: lot 19x
100 to alley. J . C. REILLY, 77 Diamond st.
FOR SALE-F2.500-NEW AND SUBSTAN
TIAL brick, 12 rooms, all conveniences, ele
gantly finished throughout In hard woods: in fact,
no better house built: located near parks In one of
the finest improved neighborhoods in Allegheny
City. AV. C TOW AKl, 114 Fourth ave. fe3.133
FORSALE-INGRAM, P., C. A ST. L., (1.300:
(200 cash, balance (12 per month: new frame
house 3 rooms: lot 60x120. J. K. COOPER A CO.,
107 Fourth avenue. fe3-132
T7IOR SALE-J8.000-NEW QUEEN ANNE-10
a. ruuius. an luiprutciueiikB. never uctupictj,
large lot desirably located; terms easy. AV. C.
STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-2 GOOD BRICK DWELLINGS
at Belleficld, between Fifth avenue and
Forbes St.; (6,000 and (8,600: tbese are very desir
able properties. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue.
IOR SALE -WILKINSBURG -(3,000 NEW
frame house fi rooms, ball, finished attic
good cellar, porches, nicely finished; large lot:
terms, (500 cash, balance as rent.
.1. it. uuurut
uu., 10? ronrth ave,
FOR SALE SMALL HOUSE WITH GOOD
lot, having a front on two streets, near
AVood's Bun, Tenth ward. Allegheny, near to
iron works, etc. : will sell for (600 If applied for
soon. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue. fe3-72
FOR BALE-INGHAM, P. C. A ST. L. -(3,000-(500
cash, balance as rent; new frame house
6 rooms, hall, attic front and side porch, well of
good water, nat. gas. good sewerage, frntt trees,
etc. J. R. COOPER St CO.. 107 Fourth ave. reZ-55
FOR SALE-OR TO LET-ONE OF THE MOST
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: tbere Is a
good stable and handsome fowl house: the grounds
are 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
very moderate price. KN OX VTLLE X AN D IM
PROVEMENT CO., 85 Knox avenue, Knorvllle
X avenne and Boss St.,
onnoslte the Court
tiouse: a very aesiraoie property, u. a. luve,
93 Fourth avenue. fe3-72
FOR SALE-A LOT 40xl0!)f FEET ON FIRST
avenue, near Ferry St.; well suited for a
large warehouse or some light manufactory. C.
H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue. fe3-72
FOR SALB-A LOT 40xl02)f FEET ON FIRST
avenue, near Ferry street; well situated for a
large warehouse or some light manufactory. C.
H. LO VE, 93 Fourth avenue. ft3-72
FOR SALE THIRTEENTH WARD: SEVERAL
large unimproved properties that can be laid
a lots ana sola to advantage, ror particulars
see J. R. COOPER A CO., 107 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN 41 FEET ON
Forbes St. and extending through to Gib
bons st. ; now paying a good percentage on the
price asked. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth ave.
East End IiOts.
-tpORSALE-(3.750-LOT3 50x170 FEET, LOCAT
rj ED In the finest neighborhood in Shadyslde,
are without exception, the best and cheapest lots
in the East End: onir a few left. W. C. STEW
ART, 14 Fourth ave. i fe3-138
TTIOR SALE-ONE OF THE FINEST LOTS ON
V Fifth avenue near Shadyslde. It is about.
130 feet front bv 266 reet deep, will sell as a whole
or divide. Will sell low and on terms to suit. C.
H. LOVE, No. 93 Fourth avenue feJ-72
FOR SALE-ONLY' (40 A FOOT FRONT, 116x140
feet, as a whole or to suit purchaser: located
on Atlantic avenue Shadyslde: this neighborhood
will undoubtedly be strictly first class: street to be
paved in spring; handy to cable cars and Shady
slde station. W. C. bl'EW ART, 114 Fourth ave.
TjAORSALE-K, 750 THAT ELEGANT BUILD-
JJ IN G site 5SX163 reer, located on itebeeca st..
tbe elerant residence of
Samuel Hamilton: faces the Baum grove: has a
good elevation: eastern exposure, and is within 3
minutes' walk of Penn avenue cable car line and
8 minutes' of bhadyslde station. W.C.STEWART,
114 Fourth ave. fe3-MS
FOR SALE SEVERAL VERY DESIRABLE
building lots at Hazelwood, convenient to the
station; city water, natural and artificial gas
mains: will be sold at a low figure prior to March
1. brEORGE C. BUHGAV1N, Attorney at Law,
150 Fourth ave. fel-43-TTSSn
FOR 8ALE-GLENW00D, THE MOST CON
VENIENT suburb or the city; only 12 min
utes by the B. A O.: 21 trains a day each way;
building lots for sale near the station at (3C0, (400,
(500, (000, (TOO, (800, (1,000, according to location
and size of lot: terms to suit purchasers. GEORGE
C. BURGW1N, Attorney at Law, 150 Fourth ave.
122x145: located on line of two good railroads;
rlvr frontage: 30 minutes from Postofflce. W. 0.
STEWART, 114 Fourth ave fe3-133
TT'OR SALE-82. 800 EASY TERMS: NEW
Jj bouse of 6 rooms, gas and water: lot 45x130;
corner two good streets In AYllklnsunrg. conve
nient to station. AV. C. STEAVART, 114 Fourth
20 acres, 2J miles irora Washington, Pa., on
C. V. R. K. with comfortable dwelling; plenty of
water nnd gas: no gas or oil lease on the property;
price 85,000. Address C. R. AVEIRIOH. Washing
ton, Pa. 1a26-91-wsu
FOR 8ALE-IF YOU DESIRE TO SECURE A
home in the E. E., do not rail to see M. P.
HOAVLEY or AV. S. PATTERSON, 6326 Station St.,
E. E. feJ-99
FOR SALE-STRAUB A MORRIS, CORNER
AVood street and Third avenue, offer the fol
(2,700 will purchase a brick mansion handsomely
located on Aiken avenue, , bhadyslde; lot 150x300
(1,000 will buy anew Queen Anne frame dwell
ing, 6 rooms, all modern conveniences; tile
hearths, slate mantels, bathroom, etc., situate on
Sheridan avenue East End.
(5.800 will buy a thoroughly modern two-story
brick dwelling of eight rooms; corner lot 25x160
feet situated on AVard St., Oakland.-rsr fe3-53
TT7W1K SALE STKAUB
avenue offer the fol
f Wood street and Third
(6.600 will buy an exceedingly well-built con
veniently arranged brick dwelling of eight rooms
and finished attic in Second ward, Allegheny, Pa.
(I6.0U1WIU buy a modern and very comfortable
brick dwelling, situated on corner lot and facing
the Allegheny parks.
(5, 500 will purchase an almost new brick dwelling
of eight rooms, well finished, and comer lot on
Klrkpatrlck st. Second ward, Allegheny, Pa.
(5,500 will buy a modern brick dwelling of eight
rooms, bathroom, etc., No. 75 Perry St., Alle
gheny, Pa. fe3-53
FOR SALE-STRAUB & MORKIS, CORNER
AVood street and Third avenue ofler the fol
(9,000 will purchase a modern-built commodi
ous and very comfortable dwelling situated on
The Ridge" at Ingram, Pa.; lot contains three
fourths ol an acre.
(2,600 will purchase an almost new, modern and
very comfortable dwelling of five large and two
small rooms at Ingram, Pa. ; natural gas and other
conveniences: lot 50x150; within two minutes'
walk from station.
(3.200 will purchase a frame dwelling of seven
rooms and attic natural gas etc., situated near
station at Ingram. Pa. ; lot 50x110 feet.
(3,200 will purchase a comfortable frame dwell
ing, with lot 75x102, at West Bcllevue; fine river
view; also stable on premises; natural gas, etc.
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
TjWR SALE-EXCLUSIVE OR PART RIGHT
JO or first-class patent forwantof capital. Ad
dress PATENT, Dispatch office fet-97
TjAOR SALE-GROCERY STORE-ONE OF THE
SJ finest in the East End; commands large and
profitable trade: good reasons for selling; will in
voice about (3,000; (2.000 cash, balance in one year.
For full particulars see DEN N 1SON & SCHWAN.
108 Fourth ave, or STATION ST. AND P. R. R.,
East End. 1aSl-79-Tbssu
FOR SALE-ALLEGHENY-ALL FOR (LO00;
confectionery; corner store and first-class lo
cation: 7 rooms and storeroom: stock, shelving,
counters, 8 showcases, CO jars, aoda fountain,
freezing tubs, 6 marble, too tables, one gas engine
(cost (600), all complete; also buggy and harness;
low rent. J. B, COOPER A CO.i 107 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-GROCERY, (430, CENTRAL LO
CATION, dmnir a nlr nmlneal. J. R.
COOPER St. CO., 107 Fourth ave.
FOR 8ALE-AN 1NTEREST1N GOODPAYING
dairy In lire town In New Mexico; (500 re
quired; would salt tome one in search of health.
Address DAIRY, Dispatch office. fe3-96
FOR S A L E-SHOESTOBE WITH LARGE
established trade; nice, clean stock, beat in
this growlngcltytelcgantroom: splendid location;
invoice (3,000; bargain. C. H. FOLSOM, Lima, O.
FOR SALE-FINE RETAIL GROCERY STORE
In the East End, doing a business from (25,000
to (30,000 yearly; will invoice (5,000. For particu
lars call or address C. F. FitAZEB. Box 1053,
Pittsburg, Pa. 1a27-88-lI8u
TrOR SALE-RETAIL GROCERY STORE IN
X the East End; will Invoice aboutone thousand
dollars: good location. Inquire of CHAS. F.
FRAZER, city: drummer for Arbnckles A Co.,
800 to 808 Liberty st. fc3-95-WBn
TTWR SALE-GROCERY AT INVOICE BEST
JD 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 A CO.,
107 Fourth ave.
FORSALE-A CITY NEWSPAPER ROUTE;
now making clear of all expenses (30 a week,
and room ror improvement. For particulars ap
ply at DIsPATCHCOUNTINGROOMon Wednes-
and 3 o'clock.
February 6, between the hours of 2
for the right party to buy a gents' furnishing
goods store, lease and fixtures: best location in
city; doing good business; good reason assigned
for selling; stock In perfect condition. C. H.
LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue. Ja31-88
FOR SALE-HOTEL FURNITURE AVITH
extensive transient trade; 50 rooms, furnished
flrst-clasi, and most modern brick house In this
growing city; fine bar business; license furnished
atonce; price (A 000: bargain ana easy terms. Ad
dress a Jr. KOLSOM, Lima. O. fe2-63
FOR SALESTORES, STORES, STORES;
drug, dry goods, grocery, notion, shoe, tea,
cigar and tobacco stores, bakeries, hotels, restaur
ants, confectioneries, boarding houses, coal
works, etc.; 100 good city business chances ios.
men or women. SHEPARD A CO., 54 Fifth aye.
, Business Stands.
FOR SALE-(100,000-AN ELEGANT PIECE OF
property on Penn are.; 90x130. AV. C.
STEAVAR1', 114 Fourth ave. ieJ-138
FOR SALE-(75.000-ONE OF THE FINEST
locations on Penn ave.; lot 45x1.3 feet. W. C.
STEAVART, 114 Fourth ave. fe3-138
TTHIR SALE-THREE BUSINESS HOUSES ON
X1 Fifth avenue beyond the Court House; a
C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-NO. 25DIAMOND ST. CAPITAL
ISTS take notice; a great bargain, If sold at
TTtOR SALE-I80.000-ONE OF THE BEST LO-
X? CATED nieces of property on Smlthfield St.;
wen improrea; ios wx ieet.
114 Fourth ave.
IOR SALE-(10,000 WILL BUY A LOT 240x500
feet deslrablv located In Pittiburr. on line
of railroad: switch on premises; cheapest site In
W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
SALE-S10O.00O-THE LARGEST AND
1 hest located nlp.A or nrnni
best located piece of property suitable for
retail trade in Pittsburg; particulars to princi
AV. C. STEAVART, 114 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-(350,O0OTHE LARGEST PIECE
of property in Pittsburg: has a frontage of
515 feet, a depth of 120 feet and located within live
minutes' walk of postofflce. W. C. STEWART,
114 Fourth ave. fe3-13S
FOR SALE-TEN PER CENT INVESTMENT.
6 2-story brick dwellings and 1 2-story frame
and storeroom, fronting on three streets, 60 feet
on Wylle ave, 45 feet on Green and 60 feet on Lin
ton St.. a positive bargain. J. C. KEILLY. 77
Diamond st. fel-67
FOR SALE-OR RENT-FOUR-STORY BRICK
building; adapted for light manufacturing
purposes; situated on East Ohio street foot of
Troy Hill road: IotKOxllO: has railroad siding In
rear. STRAU U A MORRIS, corner AVood st. and
Third ave., Pittsburg. fe3-53
TTiOR SALE-ONLY (30.000-A WELL IM
XJ PROVED piece of property desirably located
on Penn ave : corner of an alley; lot 24x160 feet to
an alley; will pay well on Investment; Is the
cheapest property on the avenue and is bound to
Increase In value W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth
TT'OR SALE-SLAUGHTER HOUSE, DAVELL
X1 ING and seven lots of ground having a
frontage of 196 feet on Bolman avenue Tenth
ward. Allegheny, Pa,; this Is an established busi
ness that can be stepped into by buying tbe prop
erty, which can be bought at a bargain. STRAUB
A MORRIS, corner Wood street and Third avenue
Pittsburg, Pa. fe3-53
FOR SALE-HOTEL OF 50 ROOMS, GOOD
bar, ten rods from Union depot two blocks
from steamboat landing: horse cars pass tbe door
to all parts of tbe city: situated on one of the prin
cipal streets: 75 boarders and a good transient
trade; sickness the only reason for selling. Ad
dress EMPIRE HOUSE 36 and 38 Water street
John Brennan, Proprietor, Cleveland, O.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Hones. Vehicles. Live Stock. Ac
FOR SALE-HORSE, HARNESS AND TOP
spring wagon. Inquire WM. McCOY, Du
quesne stable near Water St., or 210PENN AVE.
FINE ENGLISH STALLION, 7
sound and welehs 1.500 nounds:
X? years old.
will sell or exchange at a bargain. W. J. THU
BRON, 69 West Diamond st, Allegheny. fe3-103
TTIOR SALE-ONE OF THE GREATEST IN THE
A' world, a lresii registered cow; jersey and
Holstcln: gives four gallons of milk: will give tbe
Apply at 189 BEAVER AVE.. Alle-
FOR SALE-OR EXCHANGE-FOR A CITY
lot a first-class Kentucky-bred family
barouche or carriage horse; horse acclimated; not
afraid of steam or electric cars: none but parties
wanting a flrst-cla s horse need apply.
LASHELL A RANKIN, 67 Fourth ave. fe2-25
FOR SALE-STYLISH PAIR CHESTNUT
cobbs, 5and6vears old, thorougblv broke to
drive single or double: both good saddle horses;
kind aud gentle: they are perfect matches; 1 side
bar pole buggy: 1 sidebar buggy with shafts: I
top delivery waaron, pole aud shafts, nearly new:
1 single cutter: 2 sets single harness: 1 set double
buggy harness; 1 set double carriage harness,
whip, blankets, robes, ete, all in good condition.
The above can be seen at FISHER A EVANS'
STABLE, South Diamond st, Allegheny, or by
addressing BOX 744, Pittsburg office, they can he
shown at any residence or place of business.
Machinery nnd IWetnls.
TJAOR SALE-WE HAVE FOR SALE A LARGE
JL lot or N o. l secono-nana engines and Doners,
all sizes, from 2 h. p. up, taken in exchange for
new; we got tbcm cheap and they will go cheap:
also new engines and boilers, every size and
stvle at rock bottom prices. HARME'S MA CHINE
DEPOT, 97 First ave. fe3-y77Sn
FOR SALE-3,500 ACRES UN CULLED, LONG
leafed pine cypress and ash timber; not ex
celled as a manufacturing site and shipping point
on tidewater south; new 35-horse power sawmill,
capacity 12,000 feet per day; complete, ready for
Instant use and rapid work; goes with land: de
mand for manufactured lumber, at profitable
rates, far exceeds supply; present owner must
oversee other business requiring all his time and
capital: indisputable fee simple title. E. H. BUT
ERBACGH, Homer City, Pa. fe3-120
SAL E-HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE;
X? parties are leaving the city.
FOB SALE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
cheap, on account of owner leaving city. 43
WINDSOR STREET, near Allegheny ave. and
Rebecca st. 1C3-115
FOR SALE-NEW SAFES FOR ALL PRICES,
from ) upusrd. These safes are cheaper
than anything in the city. Come and see them.
C. H. LOVE, No. 93 Fourth avenue. fe3-72
PEItSONAL-T. J. ORR. ACCOUNTANT.
Books opened and closed for general and
limited partnerships; also by the voucher system;
accounts audited and collected. tfe3-132
PERSONAL-AN EXPERIENCED WRITER,
editor and proofreader will revise, correct
and arrange manuscript, for young authors, or
others who have not time or experience for the
work. Address AV. W. WV, Dispatch office.
PERSONAL-FINE BOOKS PICTURESQUE
America, Picturesque Europe Picturesque
Palestine Art Treasures ot Germany and 30.000
mdrc books In all departments of literature.
LKVI'S BOOK bTORE. Seventh Ave. Hotel
IJAOUND-THE TRUTH! WE SUFFERED
1 untold agonies! 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. Kcefe, Mt. Washington; D. W. James, B.
& O. R. R., city, and thousands of others: sec
testimonials. GRIFFITH'S DRUGSTORE, Third
and Grant. Pittsburg: Ta-va-zon L. C. Syrup, the
best for coughs, colds, etc. ff3-130
County Commissioners' Offce, i
PnTSDuno. January 28, 18S9. (
THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AVILL
bold appeals on the following named dis
tricts as follows, to-wit:
Monday, February 4 First, Fifth and Sixth
wards, Allegheny City.
Tuesday. February 6 Third ana Fourth
wards, Allegheny City; First. Second and
Third wards of Homestead borough.
AVednesdav. February 0 Borough of AVil
klnsbnrg, Mifflin. West Deer, Scottand Mar
Thursday, February7 Thirty-second, Thirty
third, Thirty-fourth, Thirty-filth and Thirty
sixth watds of PitUbnrir.
Friday, February 8 Twenty-seventn.Twenty.
ninth, Thirtieth and Thirty-first wards of Pitts
burg. Saturday. February D Fifth, Twenry.fonrth,
and Twenty-eighth wards of Pittsburg;.
Bv order of i
COUNTV COMMISSIONERS. ,
P. W.SIEBEBT, Cleric, ' Ja28-4 I
TO 'LET-HOUSE OF 5 ROOMS-NEAR IN
CLINE; natural gas- und large yard; Imme
diate possession. NO. 3 FETZER ST., Mt. Wash
O LET-NEW HOUSE OF 5 ROOMS AND
finished attic, on Bono street near Center
areme. Inquire ol c, F. HALLEB,
TO LET-A BRICK HOUSE OF 8 BOOMS AND
hall, hot and cold water, natural and illumi
nating gas; AVebster ave.. near Center ave. cars
and Penn Incline. AV. J. PRENTICE, 1000 Liberty
TO LET-HOUSE-ALSO LEASE AND FUR
NITURE for sale of a 14-room house; best
location on Penn ave. Those meaning business
only may inquirer on PREMISES, No. 505 Penn
ave., between 2 and 5 T. it. fe3-123
oat End Rcalaencea.
TO LET-NEW HOUSE-ALL MODERN IM
PROVEMENTS: furnished and only a year
occupied; occupant will transfer a two-year lease
to responsible party and who will buy the furni
ture, carpets, etc.: splendid chance for parties
about commencing housekeeping: location East
j.ioeriy: nanuy ana convenient to sieam cats u
both cable lines: rent moderate. For particulars
', o. 1063, Pittsburg, l'a. rez-Tnssn
TO LET BRICK DWELLING OF EIGHT
rooms, attle hall, bathroom, etc.. No. 223
Arch St., Allegheny. Pa. STRAUB A MORRIS,
corner wood street and Third avenne, Pittsburg.
TO LET-A DESIRABLE THREE-STORY
press brick dwelling bouse grooms, finished
attic, laundry, natural gas throughout beater In
hall, all modern Improvements, Sherman ave.
Allegheny. Apply to ROBERT KNOX, JR., 17
Sherman ave, Allegheny City. Jal2-25
TO LET-LARGE DWELLING HOUSE 18
rooms: Second ave, Glenwood. near station;
7 acres of land, stable orchard, vineyard, city
water, gas; good location for first-class boarding
house. EDWIN LOGAN, 150 Fourth ave. fet-44
TO LET - IN SEAV1CKLEY. THE BRICK
residence of JAMES ADAIR, on Broad St..
one square from station: (50 per month; completely
furnished: Immediate possession. Call or write
as above. fe3-26
a AO LET-SUBURBAN RESIDENCE TEN
. rooms; orchard, fine view: hill district
electric road. Allegheny; (TOO; also house eight
rooms, hill district Allegheny: large lot; (300.
A. LEGGATE A SON, 31 Federal st. Allegheny.
mO LET-THREE ROOMS IN NO. 62 MARION
JL st, city, at once. Inquire at NO. 26 SIXTH
TO LET-A NICELY FURNISHED ROOM,
suitable for man and wife or two gentlemen;
rent reasonable. Apply at 32 ANDERSON ST.,
TO LET-SOME UNFURNISHED FOUR (4)
room flats suitable for housekeeping, store
rooms and dwellings, with natural gas. Inquire of
SAMUEL MUSGRAVE, 44 Fourth street.
TO LET SECOND, THIRD AND FOURTH
floors of No. 631 Smlthfield st.; suitable lor
dwelling, storage or club purposes. STRAUB A
MORRIS, corner Wood st. and Third ave, Pltts
bnrg. Pa. fe3-53
TO LET-PLEASANT ROOM, FURNISHED
or unfurnished, suitable for one or two
gentlemen; botn kinds of gas and privilege of
bathroom; references required. Address C. Q.,
East Liberty postofflce.
mO LET-DAIRY FARM OF 35 ACRES IN
X. Nineteenth ward, near Penn avenue; good
dwelling, capacious stabling and plenty of spring
water; rent sow. aiiuLuts & .aiu-a-nia.
Wood st. and Third av., Pittsburg.
TO LET-GOOD CHANCE FOR BTJTCHER
meat shop doing good business: ice and
slaughter bouse, stables and wagon sbeds; also
brick house of eight rooms, wide hall, good cellar
and all modern Improvements for carrvlntron
butcher business. Apply to WM. J. ROTHRUM,
109Tsggart st. or 107 Jackson St., Allegheny.
Offices. Desk Boom. dVc.
TO LET-VERY DESIRABLE PARLORS FOR
physician or dentist or an eye doctor, at 931
Penn ave. Inquire at 814 PEN N AVEN UE.
TOLET-DESK ROOM INOURMAIN OFFICE
with nse ot desk and also use of safe if de
sired; rent low. U H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue
TO LET-STORE ROOM AND DWELLING
No. 433 Fifth 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. O.UINN. Ja30-10
TO LET-FRONT OFFICES IN BUILDING
corner Water street and Cherry alley: rent
low. D. AV. C. BID WELL A CO., corner AVater
street and Cherry alley. Ja30-28
TO LET SINGLE AND CONNECTING
rooms In the Garrison buildings, cor. Wood
and Water streets, and Third ave. and Wood
street. Inquire at A. GARRISON FOUNDRY
CO., 10 and 12 AVood st jalS-51
TO LET-THE SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS
of Freehold Bank building. No. 410 Smith-
Held st., containing 3 rooms on second noor ana s
rooms on third floor: the second floor rooms are
very large and well suited for lodge rooms or club
purposes. Inquire at FREEHOLD BANK.
TO LET-THE POPULAR HOTEL KNOAVN
as theAA'blte House at Perrysvllle on the
Perrysvllle plankroad, with 21 acres of land, good
orchard, barn, stablings, sheds; and also frame
dwelling, with large garden joining, and every
thing In first-class order: long lease Is given to the
right party. For further information call or ad
dress 1HE DAN NEB MEDIC1N E CO., 242 Federal
st.. AUegheny City. fe2-l5
TO LET-STOREROOM. 25x55 FEET. ON
ground floor; center of business part of the
city. Possession April 1. L. N. It, Dispatch office.'
TO LET-BUSINESS HOUSES AND DWELL
INGS on the line of Penna. ave. and Butler
st. cable cars.
SeeM. P. HOWLEY, 3319 Butler
TO LET-2 STOREROOMS ON CORNER OF
Llbertv and Fourth, 2 on corner of Penn and
Third, 2 on Ferry street: some unfurnished rooms
with natural gas. Inquire on premises. 41
FOURTH STREET. Ja31-3-Thrsu
TO LET-THE STOREROOM NO. 173 FIFTH
avenue opposite Court House running
through and fronting No. 4 AVylle ave.: Imme
diate possession. Inquire at AUFUAMER'S
CIGAR STORE, on the premises. fe3-M
TO LET CORNER STOREROOM, WITTI FrVE
living rooms, in Ninth ward. Allegheny;
good location for grocery, bakery, or any other
business: lowrenttotherhouscs to rent. MAGAAV,
VIELSACK A GOFF, 105 Fourth ave.
TO LET-TAVO BRICK STORES AVITH
dwellings attached, in Mansfield; best loca
tion in town: on Main street; one has been occu
pied as a bakery and confectionery for Ave (5)
years; it has a large oven in cellar; storeroom Is
57x22: the other store Is 19ix37; an elegant loca
tion for drygoods and trimmings: natural gas;
both bouses In flrst-class order; could give Imme
diate possession of one: low rent. Inquire C 11.
LOVE. No. 93 Fourth avenue or ROBERT H.
BROWN. Mansfield. Pa. fe3-62
NOTICE THE MEMBERS OF CORONA
Lodce No. 23. A. O. U. AV. of Pennsylva
nia are requested to meet on TUESDAY next
at 7-20 P. K. at the hall, corner Thirtieth and
Penn avenues, for tbe purpose of discussing the
proposed amendment to the Grand Lodge Con
NOTICE A SPECIAL MEETING OF
Master Bricklayers' Association will be
held MONDAY EVENING, Feb. 4, at 7:30.
Full attendance requested.
Bv order of the Chairman.
fe3-55 J. AV. KING. Sec.
AUCTION SALE OF WRECKED
freight, at 311 Market street, TUESDAY
AFTERNOON at 2 o'clock, embracing in part
shoes, ladies' coats, dishes, notions, fancy goods,
groceries of all kinds, shade", carpets, etc., etc
HENRY AUCTION CO., LIM., Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALE OF 2 PIANOS. HALL,
room and stair carpets, in brussels, in
grain and rag; parlor suits. In plusb.Drocatelles,
silk and haircloth: chamber suits, folding beds,
cabinets, wardrobes, bedsteads, sideboards,
extension tables, mirrors, pictures, easy chairs,
rockers, bed lounges, springs, mattresses. hang
ine lamps, rugs, curtains, bedding, stoves, etc,
TUESDAY MORNING. February 5, at 10
o'clock, at No. 311 Market street. HENRY
AUCTION CO., LIM.. Auctioneers. fe3-74
A RED FLAG.
The wholesale Jewelry store of Cbas. Zug
smitb, Jr., corner AVood st. and Sixth ave,
will be sold out at pnblic auction, commencing
on Monday, February 4. and continuo until the
entire stock is disposed of. Tbe stock is com
posed of diamonds, jewelry. Howard and Elgin
watches, silverware of the Rogers and Merioen
make, Seth Thomas marble and Ansonia
enameled clocks, safes, show cases and coun
ters. Mr. , Zugsmith is retiring from tbe jew
elry business. All articles will be sold to tbe
highest bidders. Don't forget, MONDAY,
FEBRUARY i, at 9:30 o'clock A. Jf.
J. A. ROBINSON,
PRICES! PRICES! PRICES!
That would in many instances pay the manufacturers to buy the goods
back, are always a strong enough combination to force phenomena
business, but when our entire and matchless stock of
iiisb his anil Footwear
Are marked down to prices which are anywhere from 25 to 40 per cent
under the prices of any or all other dealers of this city, how much
greater the inducement to people to buy now, even if they put the goods
purchased away until next season? We have at last '
FINISHED OUR LABORIOUS TASK OF STOCK TAKING
and almost every dollars' worth of merchandise in our Gigantic
Store has been taken in at a very big reduction on even our bargain
prices of last week. The result is that there isn't a man or woman
in this section of the country that can afford to neglect this most
golden of all golden oppoitunities. 'Tis money in pocket every time a
purchase is made, yes and big money, too, no matter what you buy.
Bargains, greater than you ever even thought of, stare you in the face
whichever way you look, whichever department you're in, and every"
minute this week customers will leave our store with at least 50 per cent
more value than we asked them to pay for.
THE MOCK-MARK DOWN SALES
which are so numerous just now, don't touch our Honest Bargains and
Heaping-over Values. Our cuts are deep and genuine; and you'll find
this a truthful advertisement void of all fancy allurements. Investi
gate! Investigate! Don't take our word for it, but visit our store and
all the other stores in town and then you'll find out that we offer a
harvest for our customers such as is not to be reaped outside our store.
OUR FOURTH ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION OF COAL
To the deserving poor families of Pittsburg and Allegheny, commences
to-morrow morning. 12,000 bushels will be given away, in loads of 25
bushels each, and those desirous of participating in the distribution will
please apply early to the officers of the following mentioned societies
for tickets: Pittsburg. Improvement of the Poor Society; Ladies' Relief
Society of Allegheny; Dorcas Society of Pittsburg; United Hebrew
Silver Plated Ware on Special Sale.
Rogers' Best Triple-plated Knives, SI 40 per set. Rogers'Teaspoons, new patterns, 81 per
set. Rogers' Tablespoons, new patterns, 2 per set. Rogers' Forks, new patterns, J2 per set.
Nice Silver Plated Casters, with five nicely engraved bottles, $2 23 each.
Household China and Glass Bronzes, Clocks, Lamps, Art Pottery, Gas Fixtures,
Cat Glass, etc
The J. P. Smith Lamp, Glass and China Co.,
935 Penn Avenue.
OTICE TO OIL ANU GAS WELL
drillers Bids will be received until
TUESDAY, February 5, at 7 p. M., for tho
reaming and casing of tbe McKecsport Oil
Company, Limited, well in McKeesport, to the
deptb of eighteen hnndred and seventy feet
U.B7U) ana uniting tne same lonr nnnurea ieet
(400) deeper, more or less. The company re
serves the right to reject any or all bids. For
further information call or address A. AV.
SMITH, Chairman of Well Committee, No. 569
Fifth ave., McKeesport, Pa. fe3-13
TO CONTRACTORS FOR
Ornci or tok j
BOIED or Pcnuc iMpnoATEMCiTS,
ST. Loins, January a, 18S9. )
Sealed proposals for the public work hereinafter
mentioned will be received at tbe office of the
Board of Public Improvements of the City of St. )
Louls.MountU123I. of the :3th day of February,
1889, at which hour they will be publicly opened
and read, viz. :
For lighting with electricity for the term or ten
years from January L 1890, the streets, public
places and such public buildings as may be desig
nated In the following districts of the City of St.
Louis, Mo., viz. :
Letting No. 2,503. The district described as tbe
southern district in ordinance numbered H 697, ap
proved Decembers), 1883.
Deposit required. tOCO.
Letting No. 3.5M. The district described as tbe
northern district In ordinance number 14,697, ap
proved December 2). 1888.
Deposit required. S5,X).
Bidders will state prices per annum at which are
lights of 2.000-candlo power each, or Incandescent
lights, of 30-candle power each, will be furnished,
operated and maintained, for lighting streets and
Fiubllc places: also prices per annum at which arc
Ights, of 2.000-candle power each, or Incandescent
lights, of 13-candle power each, will be furnished,
operated and maintained for lighting public build
ings. Everything required for the above electric light
ing shall be furnished and maintained by tbe con
tractor. The contract with the city win carry tbe privil
ege of furnishing electricity for light and power
to private parties and corporations along the
lines of distribution.
Ibe contract will contain stipulations by which
the City of St. Louis may acquire tbe entire c,cc
trie plant and appurtenances at the expiration of
Bidders must submit with proposals, general
and detailed plans and specifications or the pro
posed system of distributing the electricity, mode
or supporting t'uc lights and wires, and of safety
Proposals must he made on blank forms and In
closed In envelopes furnished by the Board of
Public Improvements. The certificate of the
Treasurer of the City of St. Louis that the sum ot
13,000 has been deposited In tbe treasury must be
Inclosed with tbe proposal.
Tlie right to reject any or all proposals is ex
Specifications, form ofcontract and plans of tho
districts to be lighted, may be seen at tbe office of
the President of the Board of Publio Improve
ments of the City of St. Louis, on andafterJana
ary 23, i8S9.
Any contract let hereunder will require tbe ap
proval of the Municipal Assembly by ordinance.
By order of the Board.
HEN BY FLAD,
EMOBY S. FOSTER,
AVALTEB J. OSBORNE. KIC1IARTJ BABBOWS.
ARROWS & OSBORNE
90 Diamond street.
Telephone No. 8U
GRAND BARGAIN STORE,
300 to 400 Market street,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Ou tbe beach, sea end of Virginia avenne.
Steam heat, electric bells. Will open Febru
ary 9. 1889.
jal3-72-MAVFSU BUCK & McCLELLAN.
OLD POINT COMFORT,
100 yards from FortMonroe; open all tbe year,
accommodates 1,000 guests; admirable location;
delightful climate; thrilling historic surround
ings. Turkish, Russian, Roman, Electric and
HOT SEA baths, the latter especially beneficial
in rheumatic troubles. Music by the famous
Artillery School Band. Glass-inclosed verandas.
Average temperature for winter 48. Absolutely
free from malaria. All things considered, tha
most comforatable and delightful resort at
which to spend the winter months in the United
States. Send for descriptive pamphlet.
no27-y40-Tnrsu F. N. PIKE. Manager.
FOR SALE anl TO LET.
3 rooms up to 10 rooms. In the beautiful
borough of Knoxville, only IK miles from
Beautiful homes are sold on payments tha
same as rent.
By all means visit Knoxville before taking;
your honse for another year. Never have?
there been such opportunities for people to
49-Take Southside cars to Twelfth street;
and Mt. Oliver Incline and Street Railway, or
to Thirteenth street, and the Electric Railway.
OFFICE, 85 KNOX AVENUE.
feS-87 KNOXVILLE BOROCGH.
ONLY iHREE suitable for office or
general business purposes, in the new DIS
PATCH bnilding on Diamond street, now re
THOSE WHO WISH Sffiff
nation in tbe j:ity. with tbe conveniences ol
Jiassenger and freight elevator service, electric
ight and steam-heating; should applv at ones
to the new DISPATCH BUILDING,
Nos. 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street.
DESKS AND TABLES, ALL- KINDS OP
AVOOD TURNING AND SCROLL SAAVING.
Corner Cherry and Strawberry alleys, Pitts
burg. Fa. noll-mS2-su
MISS M. MARTIN, dressmaker, formerly at
30 Stockton avenue, has removed to 213 Federal
street (Dr. McNlsh's),where she will be plaasedt
to see her patrons. fe3-S0