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THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1889.
HJ0T-AS THEY SEEI.
Situations With Which the Commer
cial Beporter Wrestles.
BU5LXESS MEN WHO LIKE TO LIE,
And Some Others Who Can't Do it Half as
Well as Journeymen.
fTERITfllXG LAID TO COOXTBT LOADS
The work of a commercial reporter is
not picturesque, and only those who have
tried to lift it from the horizontal day after
day for a long time can fully appreciate the
difficulty of the task of making it even pal
atable for clogged appetites. A business
man may have as much imagination and
sentiment as a lawyer or any other profes
sional man; but he sternly represses it
when it comes to matters relating to filthy
lucre. If he has a fact to state, and wishes
to state it, he does it tersely and frowns on
any attempt 10 put it in preentabie dress.
He tells you the market for money, or for
any other product, is weak, or slow, or
heavy, or active, or feverish, or easy, or
strong, or something else, and then impa
tiently wants to know what further you
want. Rhetoric may be all right in other
departments of literature; but he can't un
derstand w hat you want to know beyond
facts and figures.
This uicture of the business mind is not
unicrsal; but it is very nearly so. Trade
is prosaic, and its devotees do not care to
relax or expand their minds inside of
counting-house hours. The price of pota
toes may lie an exciting theme, but it does
not stimulate the use of tropes, and dealers
are more like to frown than smile when any
attempt is made to play on words.
Such being the case, one would suppose
that business men as a class would, under
any and all circvmsfinces, tell the truth;
ami, though some Mill, and others will as
far as delusive
SELr INTEREST ASD rBEntJDICE
will allow, there are, uniortunately, some,
who, knowing that "truth crushed to earth'
will rise again," think it will not matter
much ii they do crush her now and then, in
order to take in the unwary, who have not
learned the advance or fall of commodities.
This class, however, is not so exasperating
to a market reporter as another related one,
tor "it is soon found out, and a known liar,
like a charted rock in a channel, is not dan
gerous. If Dad's hasty estimate of hu
manity were 'rified, a market reporter
would, if conscientious, get very close to the
znarK, generally speaking, as be could get
his bearings and form his own conclusions
But there is a class that belongs to the
suppressio veri genus. It will not lie like
liar, and you have much trouble
in determining the value of its enigmas.
Between all, a conscientious reporter is apt
to feel, at the close of a day spent in inves
tigation, that it is difficult to "know "anything
about anything he doesn't know anything
about," and he feels like a fish in a glass
globe may be supposed to feel that he has
been traveling in a circle in a forest of
doubt, without a compass, and that the
wind may have changed on him, and when
he comes out at the same place at which he
went in, he doesn't recognize his surround
ings. But the most aggravating class that this
Eort of inquirer meets is the non causa pro
causa class. Since the middle of October
this class has repeated such rot as this to
explain the dullness of some kinds of trade:
"Trade is dull and will continue so as long as
the roads remain impassable from mud.
Farmers cannot market their products, and
consequently cannot buy."
PROLONG THE CONVERSATION,
and before these people are through, thev
will tell you that the market is choked
Vith countrr nroduce. a fact of which Tnn
were from the first aware. If fanners can
not get their produce to market how comes
it that onions 4 are only $1 25 per barrel,
potatoes 40 cents per bushel, turnips 75
cents to $1 per barrel (barrels thrown in),
apples 30 cents and 60 cents per bushel, and
so on to the end of the chaptei? The verri
est jackass knows that if farm products
could not be gotten to market prices would
You cannot even learn interest rates for
money with any tolerable degree of certain
ty. As a rule, they are quoted 67 per
cent on good commercial paper, while a
brokerage firm that borrows extensively,
says they are 56 per cent on good paper,
according to the circumstances surrounding
For some weeks before the winter railwav
freight tariff went into effect, shipments o'f
grain were the largest ever known, and yet
during that time the wail was heard un
ceasingly that the roads were so bad that
farmers could not get their grain to
the railway stations. The glut has yet
scarce been worked off. It is so
with hogs. There was an immense short
age reported at intervals all winter, yet at
date we are swiming in lard that is so cheap
as to be not worth adulterating, and prices of
all kinds of hog product have been rednced
week by week. Such logic might be exer
cised in the petroleum stock market; but it
is too gauzy when applied to eatables.
American economic science is certainly
one of wonderfully Comdex construction,
or else it is interpreted by a set of financial
and commercial John Jaspers.
FOR BRAIN FAG
TJso Horsford's Acid Phosphate.
Dr. W. H. Fisher, Le Snenr. Minn says: 'I
Una it very serviceable in nervous debility,
sexual weakness, brain fae, excessive use of
tobacco, as a drink in fevers, and in some
urinary troubles. It is a grand good remedy in
all cases where 1 have used it"
For buying high grade furs at wonderfully
low prices. We want to dispose of all our
furs and are making bigreductions in price.
Yott can save money by coming here. Seal
E&cques, seal jackets and small furs all must
Purchasers can arrange to take sacques at
present, or leave them with us and pay for
them during the summer months. This is a
rare opportunity for buying seal sacques on
easy terms. C. A. Smiley & Co.,
28 Fifth avenue.
P. S. Measures taken and garments made
to order for present or future delivery.
FOUR HUNDRED nieces of fini "Prpnol,
and American flannels; stripes, checks and I
figures; all prices, &c, 40c, 50c, C5c, 75c and
Jl per yard. Hugus & Hacke.
Imree Lot of Seines, Nets and Fishlns Tackle
To be sold at cost before April 1, at J. H.
Johnston's, 621 SmithScld st.
Mant novelty designs in French sateens
just opened. Hugus & Hacks,
Constitutional amendment mass
meeting at Liberty Hall, East End, to-nht,
Bargains in towels, table linen, nap
kins, tidies, sideboard covers, etc., this
week. Hugus & Hacke.
Scientific and electric massage applied by
I. Munk, 805 Penn avenue. fe7,9,ll,13,15
Fleeced-lined jerseys, plain and
braided, greatly reduced to cloe at once.
mwfsu Hugus & Hacke.
Ask your grocer, for it, Electric Paste
Stove Polish; saves dust, dirt, labor, women,
carpets and furniture.
Spring styles of all wool French challis,
light and dark colorings, 50c per yd.
Hwrsu Hugus & Hacke.
- RISING OUT OF THE RUINS.
The Neat New Business Block to Replace the Recently
Wrecked Wood Street Building.
V aSv-i iTH-. wnnr'ir- jE ih-ii--TtTI r-im wjff li.HMjc )cfn-- ? ' mi "--K7Tf .
All traces of the Diamond and Wood
streets disaster will soon be obliterated by
the erectionof afine five-story business block
on the site of Messrs. J. K. 'Weldin & Co.'s,
and Watts & Co.'s present shattered store
rooms. The building is to be built on the
properties of Messrs. Gregjj, McKee and
Morrison, and to be occupied on completion
by Messrs. "Weldin & Co. and H. Watts &
Co., both booksellers.
The new building will be five stories
high, the material being brick with granite
base and terra-cotta trimmings. The
structure will front 70 feet on Wood street,
running back 80 feet. The front willbeof
French-plate glass and hardwood finish,
Tho Old Honso oi Refuge Expose, Which
Called Forth Futile Investigations of Bad
Old Preacher Rutherford.
It was intimated to a Dispatch reporter
last week tnat ex-Mayor Henry A. Weaver,
who was in office during a famous old in
vestigation at the House of Befuge, on the
present site of Riverside Penitentiary, could
tell a reminiscence in that connection,
which, while it might have no direct bear
ing upon the recent investigation at Eiver
side, might still be regarded as analogous in
some respects. It was the notorious case of
the old lay preacher, Eulherford, who was
charged with various bad offenses as a sort
of chaplain, was investigated on the quiet
by the board in authority over the House of
ltefuge; was whitewashed with several coats,
and then indicted and convicted outside,
after a mighty hot legal and moral battle.
So the reporter went 'to Mayor Weaver and
"It was in your time as Mayor, wasn't it, that
Rutherford, a chaplain in iHthenty at the
Home of Refuge (uow Reform School), was ar
rested and convicted?"
"Yes," replied Mr. Weaver, "Rntherf ord was
arrested for cross immorality and cruelty to
me inmates, xes, ne had Doen tried many
times before the Board of Managers and
always got oft But, when a criminal charge
was made and he was arrested, it became a
serious matter for him. A part of the Board
of Managers took an active part in defending
him, yet he was found cnilty and sentenced for
nine months to the county jail. Thomas M.
Marshall, Esq., and Judge Collier (tnen District
Attorney), represented the Commonwealth.
"It seems to me from what I have read of
the trial now goinc on before the inspectors at
Riverside, that the charges against Rutherford
before tho Board of Managers were not per
mitted to come out near as strong as those
against the man more recently Investigated.
Its strong developments only came out on the
criminal trial. When the party charged is
found either guilty or cleared beforeajury.it
stops further reflections by tho public at large,
and the atmosphere is cleared np. The Board
of Inspectors of the Riverside Penitentiary, as
an Know, stana very nign m the community,
and n onld ndt countenance wrong-doing. The
trouble lies, where such serious charges aro
made against an under officer of a prison, the
others, coming in almost daily ccntan with
him, often naturally sympathize with the man,
and find it hard to believe him guilty when the
warden docs not believe tho charges.
"But you go and see Mr. Marshall abont the
"You want to know about that famous old
Rutherford corruption case in 185S, do your'
said Thomas M. Marshall, Esq., when called
upon. "Well, it would take some time to pre
pare a full statement ot the case for you for
it was a great aifair and no mistake. But I can
recall tome things about it, offhand. The
board was all tangled up with this prison
preacher, its own creature, and so whitewash
na.! an mm couia oe got out oi it Bat I took
bold of the case for our courts, and we worked
It up in such shapo that Rutherford's convic
tion came aboat, with the hearty co operation
to that end of our present Judge Colfier. who
was then District Attorney. Thev 'fixed' a
Juror against us; but 1 fixed him with my clos
ing address, so that, after staying out all night
against the other II, be bad some of the facts
thrown at him in such shape as to agree with
the rest on a verdict of conviction. Well, we
imprisoned Rutherford, and he did co more
reformatory' work of his own peculiar kind, I
"But, speaking of cruelties and corruption in
prisoni, let me tell you this: Wherever you
find unlimited power and authority you will
find abuses. Let me illustrate in a mild de
gree: A man can frequently be found who
will brutally beat his wile, over whom he has a
degree of authority and coercion; but how tew
men there are wno go about beating other
men's wives, whom they cannot coerce, but
who will appeal to the law."
Judge Collier, when seen, said he remem.
beredwhat a hot fight they had in the notori
ous Rutherford case: but neither be nor his
deputy as District Attorney, Jacob H. Miller,
Esq., could at once recall enough of its parallel
points to make it very applicable to theMahar
THAT OHIO BRIDGE.
Some of the Most Prominent Builders Put
tlnc In Their Bids.
Next "Wednesday is the last day on
which bids will be received for the Ohio
connecting railroad bridge. The contract
will hardly be given out for some time
Mr. A. Gottlieb, of the Edcemoor Bridge
Company, is at the Monongahela Hou6e.
He stated that his firm had put in a bid.
"Itis a little early in the season," he
said, "to speculate on the outlook for bridge
building during the year, but I think It
will be quite good. This is a good time of
the year to build bridges. Many of the
mills are idle, and plenty ,of men can be
had to work."
Tailors Return Home.
Henry Smith, of "Wylic avenue, returned
yesterday morning from New York. City,
where he was in attendance at the annual
convention of Merchant Tailors' Associa
tion of the United States. He. was accom
panied home by a. number of local delegates.
the first two stories haying show windows,
and the o her three being supported by
wrought iron brackets, will consist of four
b3y windows, ending in turrets. The roof
will be of tile. The show windows will
have some of the largest glass fronts in the
city. Messrs. Weldin & Co. will occupy
the Diamond street half, and Messrs. H.
Watts & Co. the remainder of the building.
The plans were drawn by Architect Jo-
sepn Angnn, ot Aliegneny, and the con
tract will be let this week, the ground being
cleared, and operations commenced as soon
as possible, so as to have the building ready
for occupancy by July 1. The exact cost
can only be determined by the letting of the
THE STORY DENIED.
It Is Time to Flop Faking Abont that Neve
The latest rumor in regard to the new
Union Depot that the Pennsylvania road
proposes to build in Pittsburg some day, is
that the road is negotiating for the Govern
ment property on Penn avenue, near Ninth
street, where the United States recruiting
station is located. Like all the other depot
stories, the plans are elaborate, providing
lor a few more river bridges, e'levated tracks,
When Superintendent Pitcairn was called
up yesterday and queried about it, he said:
" Where is that property, anyhow?"
The location was giyen. At once he re
plied: "I don't know anything ,. about it This
is the first tfra& ITiaVeAcard of it. There is
nothing in "the story.'" '
Attornev Kerr, of the Westintrhonse
Electric Company, went to New York last
night. Concerning the Government prop
erty on Penn avenue, which the company is
said to be after, he said: "I never heard of
it before until I saw the statements in the
newspapers. I don't think the company
wants the property. There has been no talk
of extending the plant here, and they are
not cramped for room. The ground occu
pied at present is ample for all their pur
poses. The company has a new factory in
Newark, and they are putting machinery in
it as fast as they can. I really do not know
anything abont the truth of the rumors."
NOTICE-THERE WILL BE A 5IEETING
of the Republican voters of the Nine
teenth ward at the Hiland school house TUES
DAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 12, 18S9, at 7:30
o'clock, to nominate ward officers. By order
of the Committee
Pittsburg. February 9. ISS9. f el0-l
Pittsburg, January 15, 1SS9.
THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL MEET
ING of the Pennsylvania Manufacturing,
Mining and Supply Company at tho office of
the company, 1004 Penn avenue, on Thursday
evening;, February 15, 1889, at 7 o'clock, for the
purpose of taking Into consideration the pro
posed sale of the sewer pipe works at Toronto.
O. D. H. STEVENSON, Secretory.
THE MEMBERS OF SARATOGA
Council No. 262, Jr. O. TJ. A. M.. will assem
ble at their hall, corner Main and Butler
streets, on TUESDAY, February 12, at 9.30
o'clock a. m., to attend the funeral of our lato
Brother, James D. Reed. Sister Councils are
cordially invited to attend. Interment at
Beaver, Pa. Train leaves Union station, C. fc
JOHN BAILEY, Councilor.
G. D. CLOWES, Jr.. Recorder. fell-29
VTOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MY
Xl wife, Christina Stein, having left my bed
and board without just cause, I will not be re
sponsible for any debts she may contract al
ter tliis date ADAM STEIN.
February 9. 18S9. f c9-37-d
tt&G.C. BURGWLN, Attorneys-at-Law,
150 Fourth ave.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
final acconnt of John A. Meelian, assignee
for tlio benefit of tho creditors of Henry J.
Lynch, of the city of Pittsburg, has this day
been filed in the Court of Common Pleas No. 1,
ot Allegheny connty, at No. 180, June term,
1881, and will bo allowed by the Court on the
2d day of March, 1SS9, unless cause be shown to
the contrary. JOHN BRADLEY,
Zanesville, O., February 6, 1889.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IT
IN is tho Intention of the County Commission
ers of Muskingum county, O., to construct
three highway bridges across the, Muskingum
river in said countv; one near the mouth of
Brush creek, one" at 'the foot of Underwood
street Zanesville. and one near the mouth of
Sjmmes creek. By order of the Commission
ers. J. A. KNIGHT,
Auditor and Clerk to Commissioners.
TT ARRIS' THEATER
Every afternoon and evening,
"A BUNCH OF KEYS."
Next week The Nelsons. fell-10
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Every evening: Matinees, "Wednesdayand
Saturday. CORA TANNER in Robert Bu
chanan's successful new play.FASCINATION.
"Week Feb. 18th the great Lyceum Theater suc
cess, "The Wife." t elO-7
JjARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY-
To-night Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and
HYDE'S BIG SPECIALTY COMPANY.
Week of February 11:
The Gleeson Children, Bertha and Johnnie;
Gen. C. R. Decker, Val Vino, Bessie Searle
and others. Admission 10c Open from 10 A.
M. to 10 p.m. fell-13
"THE STILL ALARM."
Next week Casino Opera Co. fell-30
OS" Display advertisements one dollar psr
jqvare or one Insertion Classified advertise
fnents on this pdge sXtch at Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, etc., ten cents per line for each nser-.
tton, and none taken for less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, branch Offloes have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale,'To Let, and
other transient ad verfcisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion nest morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with The DIS
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 39 Butler street.
EMIL (J. STUCKEY. 21th street and 1'enn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY &CO., Wyllc ave. and Fulton St.
H. STOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. 'WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER & SIIElBLER,5thav. &Atwood St.
JACOB SPOHN. No. 2 Carson street.
CHAS. SCHWARM, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAERCHER, 59 Federal street.
H. J. McBRIDE. Federal and Ohio streets.
FBEDH. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS A bON, Ohio and Ckestnnt sts.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENRY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
l'EKKYM. OLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
TTANTED-OFFICE BOY. ADDRESS. IN
tV own handwriting, glvinir age, BOX S1I,
Pittsburg P.O. fell-2
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED COACH
MAN for livery. Apply T. B. MORELAND,
C100 Penn ave.. East End. fS-2
"VTTANTED-AGENTS. ISIMEDIATELY, TO
TV sell Dr. O'Kecft's Pills and Bitters.
O'KEEFE & CO., Homeopathic Chemists, 34
Fifth ave. fell-15
XTTANTED-BOY ABOUT 14 OR 15 YEARS
TV of age to make himself generally ucful In
a store. Inquire, with reference, at 147 FED
ERAL ST., Allegheny. fcll-28
ANTED AGENTS TO SELL CLINE'S
foot heaters and natcnt fuel for carriages.
wukoiib. ein.; sens at signt. inquire anera r. .w.,
. ,, ... . . :- '
WiL SEMPr.Pi .nt. iRS'vertoi-Si n
TTTANTED-A MAN OF TEMrEKATE
T habits, located outside leading cities, to
represent. In his section, an established house;
monthly salary 8100 If suited; references.
JAUAUIW.ll, ijUCIk cox lbiu, Ti. 1.
WANTED-AGENTS IN ALL SECTIONS OF
the country to sell our ramous (3 pants: all
wool, to measure, and perfect fit; big money to re
liable and progressive salesmen. For terms ad
dress HUNTER. MFG. CO., Sixth and Sjcamore,
Cincinnati, o. fe7-5
WANTED STEWARD - MARRIED MAN
preftrred, to take charge or select private
club house In the heart ofthe city; cafe pri lieges
and profits and a fair salary beside for the right
man: best of reference required. Address W. M.
II., Dispatch office. fell-7
Wanted-agents to sell and every
body to try Lyons' Golden Liniment: a
certain cure tor neuralgia, sick headache, tooth
ache; cures rheumatism, inflammatory, sciatica,
lumbago, and all aches and pains; every bottle
warranted: price 50 csnts. Call or address S. C.
LYOMi & CO., McCance block, corner Seventh
avenue and bmlthfield street, Pittsburg, Pa.
-TTTANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
TV housework: one lately from Ireland or
Sootiand preferred; to a good girl good home and
good wages: must bring good reference. Inquire
feCONUKEbS STREET, city. fell-8
-VTT'A,'.'rED-A LADY TEACHER FOR AS
V &ISTANT principal with Wickersham
school. Twenty-fourth ward: one who has one or
more years' experience In steps 12. 13 and 14, and
who has experience In preparing scholars for high
school; no others need apply: all applicants to
appear personally on Wednesday evening, 7:30 p.
JI at the school house. GEOKGE W. DOWNS.
President; THOMAS PHILSON, Secretary.
ninlo nnd Female ITcId.
ER, white or colored; steady work, good
wages; cooks, chambermaids, house girls, dish
washers, nurse girl. MRS. MEEHAN, 545 Grant
St. , fe4-99-D
WAN TED-AGENTS-ENERGETIC J1EN
and women to handle our goods and ap
point sub-agents for this town and surrounding
towns and districts, the goods consist of the eei-
brated English medicines for females, and a full1.
line oi louci arucies; tney are nonest, genuine
articles, and seU well when properly Introduced:
100 per cent commission. ENGLISH SPECIALTY
CO., room 5 Mansur block, 153 East Washington
street. Indianapolis. Ind. fclI-4
WANTED-ilTUATION AS SECOND HAND
in bakery; caq make all kinds of cakes and
pastry: can take full.-charge. If Hecessarv. Ad
dress J. N OLTE, 610 Liberty St. fell-18
TITANTED -SITUATION AS HOUSEKEEPER
TV or position In some Institution where hon
esty, Just dealing and'economy can be appreciated
by the management. Address MATRON, Prot
estant Home for Incurables, Butler st., Eighteenth
-TTTANTED-PARTNEK WITH ABOUT J3,000
VV In proprietary medicine business paying
large profits. Address MEDICIN E, Dispatch olflce.
-YTTANTED-BaSlNESS HOUSES, OFF10LS
V and dwellings to rent. W. A. HEKHoN
A SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. fe2-50-MTn
-TTTANTED-MORTG AGES-MONEY TO LOAN
V in sums to suit, at 4K, 5 and C per cent.
GRAEB1NG & LYON, 135 Fourth ave. apS-el-D
WANTED-KENTS TO COLLECT; MONTH
LY settlement witn itemized statement.
BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth avenue. a23-a29-D
WANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over S4.O00; 4 per cent: no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER & CO., 82Fourth avenue.
nrTTANTED-KENTS COLLECTED PR0M1T-
.L;p.r?PrP?n.?l;eu' wltn satisfaction.
ALLES A BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenne, Tel. 107.
-TTTANTED-MORIGAGES-SUMS FROM 8500
V to o(O.C00 to loan at 4, 5 and 6 per cent.
JAS. W. DRAPE A Co., 129 Fourth avenue, Pitts
amounts: 41 to G per cent; city and country
no delay. SAMUEL
UL.Ai;ii & CO.. 99
-TTTANTED-MOirTGAGES-WE CAN LOAN
V In sums of f500 to 820.000 and upward on city
or suburban tmprot ed real estate at lowest rates.
ALEXANDER A LEE 313 Wood st. fe9-29-MWS
TTAN1ED MORTGAGES ON OITV ANII
VV suburban property. In sums to suit, at 44
and C per cent. L. O. FKAZIER. Real Estate
Broker, Forty-nnn ana Butler sts.
WANTED-HOUSES TO KENT ANI) BENTS
to collect on monthlv settlement wlthltem
Ized statement. L. O. FRAZIER, Real Estate
Broker, Fortj -fifth and Butler sts. feS-91-irws
WANTED-MORTGAOES-WE CAN LOAN
?500 to po.000 on Pittsburg, Allegheny or
suburban Improved real estate at lowest rates.
ALEXANDER & LEE, 313 Wood St. fe2-19-MWS
of S3, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4 per cent, free or tax; also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK A BAIRD,
95 Fourth avenue. se21-d20-D
GAGEb; ;ioo and upward at G per cent
500, 000 at 4K per cent on residences or business
property: also in adjoining counties. S. H,
FRENCH, J25 Fourth avenue. oc31-e84-D
VrjANTED-MORTGAGESr-Jl, 000, 000TO LOAN
t V .on clty.and suburban properties at , Sand
6 per cent, and on iarms in Allegheny arid aala
cent countlesfat 6 per cent; no money loaned out
of Pennsylvania. 1. M. PENNOCK VbON, 105
Fourth avenne. ap"-f41
WANTEU-EVEKYBODY TO KNOW THAT
H. Terheydcn has laid in a large stock of
American watches, gold and sliver, that he can
seit as low as the lowest; remember the nlace.
HENRY TEKUEYDEN, 5J0 Smlthfield st.
WAT(?mVrP,TvPnEt,NK' FADING PHO-
I ,,iPyKA.1HER' w iifthavenuc, Pittsburg,
and Federal street Allegheny, everybody to
know that he Is making fine cabluets at il 60 ncr
dozen; photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneons process. mhl3-Lgr
FOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOB SALE-WE CAN SELL YOU A NICE
little 3-room frame house on Bismarck wav
-if Tv S???.1" rorF00' cash; lot 20x75.
SILLY, 77 Diamond st. felO-126
FOR SALE-HOUSE AND LAKGE LOT ON
. Thirty-eighth st., betweert Butler st ami
T7ORFPNLr:;70rLU,E1TY AVENUE, SES-
i?if U war . ?cw "bstantlai frame
dwelling. 5 rooms, finished attic, halL vestroulc,
slate mantel, Inside shutters, well finished all
through: lot 20x100 feet to allev; vcrrcasv
L. O. o FRAZIEK. Forty-fifth and BafleTrfs
ary ceiiar, an in good order; nice lot; side en
trance: tlUe perfect near Center avenue: 10 min
utes from Court House. JAS. W. DRAPE
& CO., 129 J-onrth avenue, Pittsburg. JJUA1X'
FOR SALE-IMPROVJED REAL ESTATE
ITiOR SLE-K.500-HATFIELD STREET, SEV
: ENTEENTH ward, good brick dwelling, 6
rooms, attic. hallr slate roor: lot 20x73 feet to
5'ley: good, cheap property oil very easy terms.
L. o. FRAZIER, Forty-fifth and Butler sts.
IflOR SALE-P.250-MT. WASHINGTON, 2
minutes irom Incline. 2-story frame of 6
rooms, hail, shutters, front and rear porches,
uuu cellar, n
city: lot 29iK
house newly jianered, fine view of
82. uuack A. uaikd. 95 rourtn ave.
fe7-lC0-7, 9, U, 13, 15, 19, 21, 23,23, 27
TTIOR 8ALE-AN ELEGANT RESIDENCE ON
A! Belonda st. Mt. Washington, 9 rooms and
finished attic, bath, h. and c. water, inside w.
a. unn Ti. ens. in rr
and n. gas. in fact it Is one of the finest resl-
ices nn tnn mil rnn
terms very easy; lot G0xi20.
1. C. RE1LLY, 77 Diamond st.
East End Residence.
FOR SALE-CHOICE EAST END RESI
DENCES, large or small. Call or sehd for
new list, free. W.A. HEKKON &SONS.SO Fourth
FORSALE-S5.SOO-COZY BRICK RESIDENCE,
7 rooms, bath, Margaretta street, near cable
line. Nineteenth ward. .. MELLON BROS., 6319
Station street. East End. ft7-14-MWF
FOR SALE-2 SMALL HOUSES AT SHADY
SIDE, convenient to Fifth avenue cable cars,
t ?1,C00 each: lot 38"vxl3S feet to an alley. Terms
from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO, 129 Fourth avenue,
FOR SALE-J3.700-OAKLAND RESIDENCE,
on Mcyran avenue, '2 squares from cable cars,
new house s rooms, good styleand late style; lot
xlOO ft. ; stable on alley In rear; terms easy. W.
A. HEKkon & SONS. 80 Fourth ave. fcS-TIS-D
SALE COR. T.OT ON PAVKII ST..
Within fi Tnln.wnllr frnm ffnntt Rf. S.'iTl Jfl
frame honse, 8 rooms, bath room, hall In center of
house, nat. eas. all modern lmprotements: only
flf.000. 1HOS. LIGGErr.IH Fourth ave.
OK SALE AN EXCELLENT BRICK
dwpllinrr nnrt lnri.i lnt nn Pwin av.nnit Pic
End: a most complete residence: large rooms and
modern throughout: lot ICOxlSO feet: price only
511,000, $1,000 cash, balance In annual payments.
JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 120 Fourth ave., Pitts,
burg. . fe9-58-3ITU8
IiOR SALE-S3,3XWUST ONE MINUTE FROM
b lftb nvenue cable cars, on a good street and
convenient to E E station a pretty frame dwell
ing of 6 rooms, halt and vestibule, nat. and art.
gas, water, screens for windows and doors, front
yard; choice location and special bargain. BLACK
& RAIRD, 95 fourth avenue. fc6-M-D
FOR SALE-AT SIIADYSIDE, FOR t00O,
small cash payment down and balance ou
monthly Installments, if desired; new house 6
rooms, attic, bath, range, hot and cold watcr,nat
uralgas: lot 30x150 feet: a complete home; only 3
minutes' level walk from the station. W. A.
1IEKRON & SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave. fe3-76-D
FORSALE-ON LINEOF FIFTHAVE.CAULE
cars, on a paved street in East End. large lot,
brick house. 7 rooms, blthroom, hall In center of
house, large front and back porches, natural gas,
etc.; elegant neighborhood; only 710,000, or will
sell house and part of lot for $5,500; easy terms.
T1IOS. LIGGETT, 1U Fourth ave.
IOR SALE-H23J WILL BUY A MEADOW
Street dvfll1ntnf Drnnms nbDlvarmnmiil,
talL vestibule, launrirvln rpllnr. frnntnnri lt1r
porches, range, bathroom, hot and cold water,
natural and artificial gas, slate mantels and nice
chandeliers; this is onlv 0 minutes' from Liberty
station. RLACK & BAlRD, 95 Fourth avenue.
27IOR SALE-PRETTY" HOME IN THE EAST
.' End; street paved with asphalt: complete
sewerage; Queen Anne frame dwelling; reception
hall, range, bath, laundry with stationary tubs, 9
rooms, pantry, furnace: fot 50x100 feet: close to P.
R. IE. station; price 7,5C0: terms, $UOOO cash, bal
ance to suit. BLACK & BAlRD, 95 i ourth ave.
FOR SALE-OR KENT-A DESIRABLE EAST
END dwelling, on Roup street, near steam
and cable cars; late style: 8 large rooms: late im
provements; lot nicely elevated, 42xlu0 feet, or
84x100 feet, to suit purchaser; a bargain if sold
Quick: nosses!on at anv tlmi For nnrtlrnlnrn
ec V. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
neat 2-story rrame dwelling of 5 rooms and
bathroom; nice attic range hot and cold water,
Inside w.c. Inside shutters, marble mantels, cup
boards, wardrobes, etc.. Just new and latest Im
provements; good lot and perfect sewerage; price
onlv 83,600. BLACK & BAIRI), 95 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-ON A GOOD STREET IN THE
EastEud. lot 25x120. frame honso (about 3 y'rs
old) of 0 rooms, hall and vestibule, attic and good
cellar, natural and artificial gas pipes all through
the house, electric bells, speaking tubes, etc., all
nicely and newly papered; good neighborhood
and convenient to steam and Fifth ave.cable cars:
Rm THUS. L1UUETT, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE ON CORNER OF TWO PROMI
NENT paved aves. In East End. large lot,
new brick house, parlor, library, dining room,
leceptlon hall, kitchen and pantry on first floor,
S bedrooms, bath room on second floor, large
storage room, cedar closet and servants" room In
attic electric bells, speaking tubes, sliding doors,
Blate mantels, elegant neighborhood, convenient
to steam and cable cars: onlvS18,000; a rare bar
gain. THOS. LIGGETT. 114 Fourth ave.
FOR S ALE-SHADYSIDE RESIDENCE, ON
oneof the finest streets between thp otatinn
i and Fifth avenue cable cars, complete in all its
appointments, with handsome grounds well laid
out with walks, drives, shrubbery, fruit and shade
iirees: iiuuseuasa very commanaing appearance:
has 17 rooms. 6 large fine rooms on first floor, 6 on
the second floor and 5 rooms in attic; the laundry
Is complete; cellars are cemented: large furnace,
wide lulls, natural gas all through, ample porches,
bay windows, etc.: also, stable for 3 horses; lot
105x200 feet. Tills is one of the best located dwell
ings In the East End, has an eastern and southern
exposure, and can be bought for $30,000. BLACK
&. BAIRD. 95 Fourth ave. fe4-18-3IWF
FOB S ALE-O,0OO FOR- ONE OF THE FINEST
residences in Allegheny; large grounds, near
. W.-31CX K1LL&
BRO., 162 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-UNION AVENUE-FRONTING
parks, line brick residence of 14 rooms with
all modern Improvements : lot 22x90x70: large, new
brick stable. JNO. J. IIOWLEY, 127 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-ARCH ST.. NEAR PARKS, 2
story br. dwelling. 8 rooms, with all modern
improvements: stable on rear of lot: lot 20x100 to
Vetost; (1,000 down, bal. to suit. J. C. REILLV,
77 Diamond st. felO-120
FOR SALE-A 10 PER CENT INVESTMENTS
small houses in Allegheny near Ohio street;
lot 20x50 feet: real estate: rent8S13: will sell for
tj.100: very cheap. JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129
i ourth avenue, Pittburg. fe8-65-D
FOBSALE-ON THE PARK IN ALLEGHENY,
handsome brick dwelling: 12 rooms range,
bath, inside w. c, hall, vestibule, laundry with
stationary tubs, nat. gas all through; large lot
fine location: very cheap and easy payments.
BLACK A BAIKD, OT Fourth ave.
Ja27-107-27,29, 31, fe2, 4, C, 8, 9, 11, 13, 15. 16
ITAOU SALE-A BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE
; property in Allegheny; on one of thelinest av
enues, contiguous to the parks and Western
avenue cars; 10 rooms: library, lavatory, bath,
natural gas. and all other necessary appliances,
all In perfect condition: large lot, side entrance,
brick stable and carriage house on the rear:
119,000: payments to suit. JAS. W. DRAPE A
, 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-1N SEAVICKLEY-HOUSE AND
large lot at a rare bargain, 9 rooms, with
bath, hot and cold water, w. c, natural gas, mar
ble mantelfLdrv cellar, norr-h-linl! rtf .nil in -
tllent order. Fine large lotstable and carrlaze-
house,etc, and price only ?5, 500; very cheap: best
value In the place; only .1 minutes irom railway
station. Particulars irom JAS. W. DRAPE A
CO., 129 Fourth ave. Pittsburg. 1C9-59-D
FOR SALE-OR TO LET-ONE OFTHE MOST
beautiful suburban places in Allegheny
county: 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 handsome fowl house: thegrounds
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
,ci. H1UU5I41C jjutu, ji..ii'.yyiijLi''i ija.au 1M
I11UVLJII..X1 W W i
Knox avenue, Knoxvllle
FOR SALE LOTS.
East End Lots.
FOR SALE-OJiLYl,550-CHEAPEST LOT IN
Ben Venue, Shadyslde; 50x120 feet: If sold
soon. MELLON BROS
FOR SALE-BOULEVARD LOTS FACING
. Jthe circle and parks; cheapest and best lots
In tho E. E. BLACK & BAIKD. 95 Fourth ave.
fc4-19-4, 6,7,9, 11, 13. 15,17,19,21, 23, 25, 27
FOR SALE-TWO CHOICE LOTS ON STAN
TON avenue, near Hiland ave., each 40vI00
leet to 20-foot alley; price reduced to 8M per loot
If sold at once. B.ACK &BA1RD. 95 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-ONE OFTHE MOST BEAUTIFUL
sites for a fine residence In the market: sets
high, with magnificent view; abt. 4 min. walk
from Fifth ave. cable cars; elegaut neighborhood;
196 ft. front by abt. 300 ft. deep. TIIOS. LIG
GETT, 114 Fourth ave., felO-74-MTTSSu
FOB SALE-LOTS! LOTSI-FKANKSTOWN
ave., Brnshton station; Bank of Commerce
addition plan: no lot less than 40x140 feet to 20
foot alley; terms, $50 down and S10 a month;
cheapest lots In the market Secure plan from
JOHN F. BAXTER, Agent 512 Smlthfield st.
FOB SALE-LOTS! LOTS! LOTS! ON SOUTH
Hiland ave., Walnut st. Howe St., McCully
st. Roup st., Conrad st, O'llara st, Rural ave.,
Penn ave., Walllngrord St. Barton st . and all
the principal streetB and avenues In the East End.
at lowest market prices. THOS. LIGGETT, 114
Fourth ave. felO-74-iInssu
FOP. SALE-(99)-CRAlG ST. LOTS, NEAll
Fifth ave., $65 per Iront foot 50x142 Teet to
allev, facing east; very desirable; street Is
sewered and graded midway between Fifth ave.
and proposed Center ave. cable lines: enhance
ment certain: terms easy. SAMUEL W. BLACK
& CO., 99 Fourth ave. ' relO-72-MWF
i Alieehcnv Lots.
JTIOR SALE-SHEEMAN AVENUE: LOT 40x
? 110: finest vacant lot on Allegheny parks. A.
EGGATE & SON, 31 Federal street, Allegheny.
T70R SALE-LOTS-S340 MOR1HSON AVE,
jl. Aiii-Kucuj, ei,vuj AirKpninccave.. Aiie-
gheny; p,300 A very it. near East Park
own terms. W. W. MCNEILL&BRO.. 162 Fourth
ci y a... neat mib. rarK: till vuur
FOR SALE LOTS.
TTIORSALE-LOTS-ON THE EASY PAYMENT
.1? plan: as low as 55 per mo. taken: some on WV
lle ave. some on Wick St., some on ilt Washing
ton, others In Twenty-seventh ward, Southslde,
J. C. KEILLY. 77 Diamond St. fel0-MB
, Manufacturing Sites.
FOR SALE-BUSINESS SITE-OVER 100 FEET
fronting on Riveravenne; by 215 feet In depth;
two-story brick tannery covering nearly the
entire lot; will be sold cheap to quick buyer.
BLACK. &RAIRD, 95 Fourth avenue. fe6-!9-D
TpOR SALE-0 ACRES OF FINE LAND ON
L X! line of railroad and river: convenient to 2
stations on tr., ft. w. sv.su IE.: wen auapieu
for manufacturing sites and suburban homes,
dairy or market garden purposes: an excellent
dwelling house with natural gas; complete set of
outbuildings suitable for d-ilry purposes; abund
ance of water, large quantity of fruit trees of the
choicest varieties, ornamental trees, shrubbcrr,
grapevlnei, etc, etc. This Is probably tho most
valuable dairy and market garden farm with
finest orchard on Hue of railroad: would exchange
In part for city property. Particulars from
JAS. W. DRAPE CO., 12) Fourth ave., Pitts
EOR SALE-EAST END BUILDING LOTS. OF
all kinds. Call or send for printed list, free.
Just Issued. AY. A. HERRON Jfc SONS, 80 Fourth
TTIOR SALE-SMALL DWELLINGS. SOME ON
!' easy payments: caiiorsenu lor new pnnica
HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth
FOR SALE 15,000 REASONABLE PAY
MENTS and long time, near Shadyslde sta
tion, on Baum St., I6quare from Center ave. ; 7
large rooms, reception hall, well finished, inside
shutters, late conveniences.
LotSOxlOOft.; location good: a desirable home,
cheap. W. A. HERRON & SON S. 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-CALL FOR ILLUSTRATED PLAN
of lots on the boulevards: the finest lots In
the East End, fronting the parks and circles, with
90-foot pavcu streets, flagstone sidewalks, com
plete sewerage system: close to station, surround
ed by fine residences ana at remarkably low
E rices; terms, onlv $5uu cash, balance to suit
uycr; come earlr, get the pick of lots and ground
floor prices. BLACK & BAJRD, 95 Fourth ave.
TTIOR SALE-BY THOMAS MCCAFFREY, S5C9
ju nutier street, Dargains in
53,500 On 'lhlrty-ninth street, above Penn ave
nue; lot 20x100. with almost new brick business
house and dwelling, hall, 5 rooms and finished
attic: $2,500 cash, balance to suit.
fC750 No. 4605 Butler street, lot 20x100, 2-story
brick business house and dwelling, hall entrance:
1-story frame in the rear; water and both gasses in
house: easy payments.
si.650 No. 4008 Liberty ave.. lot 22x100, neat now
2-story brick dwelling, hall. G rooms and finished
attic Inside, shutters, porches front and rear,
newly painted and papered. One-third cash, hal.
Sl.b50 Lot on Forty-seventh St., below Butler.
20x139 ft., 10 Inches running through to Home
street, first-class lot to build on, both streets; S1,0C0
cash, bal. to cult.
84,300 On Center ave. near Roup St., handv to
steam and cable cars, L. II. McCrosky's residence
property, lot 32x152 ft , neat new frame dwelling
of hall, 6 rooms, bath, hoi and cold water, both
gases, porches front and rear, newly painted and
papered. Easy terms.
SiaiO No. 313 Main Bt. ; lot liVltilT. Npnt frnmo
Idwelling of Grooms. Easy terms.
?i,w-un stanion ave.. uuumngnam's resi
dence adJoInlngJohn Herronand McKec prop
erty. Lot 40x120. No. 1 frame dwelling of 6 rooms,
porches front and rear, grapes, shade, and fruit
trees, nan casn; Daiance to suit.
82,000 On Charlotte st., between Thirty-fourth
and Thirty-fifth sts. Lot 22x100, running back to
Smallmanst. Frame house 5 rooms and finished
attic, and frame of 3 rooms, all renting for,S33S per
year: $900 Cash: balance to suit.
Am so busy selling and renting, have no time to
advertise any more this week, but I will guaran
tee all parties that are wanting to buy real estaf
that I can save them cash by calling personally on
me any day, between 8 A. M. andWF.x. Have
nuuureusoi nouses, lots ana iarms ior sale lor
rich and poor for cash and easy payments, or vou
can send for my Immense for sale list,
mailed free: carriage always in waiting to take
parties to sec property. 1IIOS. MCCAFFREY,
the leading Notary Public and Real Estate ACent,
3509 Butler st. : telephone 1641-2. fe9-7G
FOR SALE-SHOE STOKE DOING GOOD
business: will sell cheap to the right party;
good reasons for selling out. Apply at 185 BEA
VER AVE., Allegheny. felo-2
FOR SALE-BUSINESb-PROFIT S5,000 TO
$10,000 per year: legitimate: Just opening up:
success sure; attention solicited. D. F. CO., 1221
Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa. fell-5
I1 hllchlPCfl' nnlvnnn fn nlaiva nnmiln
good prescription trade; on P. R. R.; will sell
cheap at once.
Address SAPO, Dispatch office.
T7IOR SALE-A GOOD DRUGSTORE IN AKAP-
o." 11)1,1 growing manufacturing town on line
of railroad; population over 3,000 and Increasing;
a splendid opening. JAS. 'NY. DRAPE A CO., 129
FOR SALE-AN OLD ESTABLISHED BOOT
and shoe store, in a country town, on line of
railroad: presentownerhas made a small fortune;
satisfactory reasons for selling. JAS. W. DRAPE
& CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. felo-45-Mrrs
TJ'OR SALE-ONE-HAUF INTEREST IN A
11 woolen mill and broom factory In one of the
best towns "In Western Pennsylvania: the only
business ofthe kind In countv; fully equipped ana
doing well. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.. 12 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. fclo-i3-MWFS
FOR SALE-?HOLESALE PRODUCE COM
MISSION bnslncss; the best adapted, most
convenient and one of tho best established houses
In the city; want of sufficient capital- only cause
Tor selling: all correspondence confidential. Ad
dress LOCK BOX 909, Pittsburg, Pa. , felO-53
FOR SALE-STORES, STOKES,
drag, dry goods, grocerv. notion.
cigar and tobacco stores, bakeries, hotels, restaur
ants, confectioneries, boarding houses, coal
works, etc.; 100 good city business chances lor
men or women. SHKPABD A CO., 54 Fifth ave.
T710K SALE-A HALFINTERESTIN A LARGE
X' anu successful general store. In a manufac
turlngtown, on line of railroad; last year's busi
ness, ?70,0CO. mostly cash: a rare opening to an ac
ceptable man; 111 health the only reason for sell
ing. JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., a Fourth avenue,
FOR SALE-A GENERAL COUNTRY STORE,
in one of the best small towns in the State, on
lne of three railroads, and the best and oldest
stand in the town; a rare opening; business pay-
ug nciiisuicaiiKanj fo,AAj u mourn, mosuy ior
cash; satisfactory reasons for selling. Particu
lars from JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. fe9-56-MWS
FOB SALE - THE CHAUTAUQUA HOTEL
property, with complete outfit and entire
fumishment head of Lake Chautauqua, May
vllle. N. Y., atrallroad station; 55 bedrooms, par
lors and sitting room. large dining room, billiard
room and tables, commodious kitchen, cloak
rooms, barber shop, office and barroom; also a
furnished cottage of 10 looms, adjoining hotel.
Icehouse and cooling room; large barn for livery
purposes and all necessary outbuildings: oyer 4
acres of ground tastefully laid out with orna
mental and shade trees, spacious lawn, etc , etc;
every thing Is In perfect order and in condition to
contiuue the business In Its usual prosperous
state; the most profitable hotel stand on the lake;
a rare chance for the right man; can be bought at
an immense bargain; satisfactory reasons for sell
ing. Fuller particulars from JAS. W. DKAl'E &
CO., 129 Fourth avenue. Pittsburg. fe9-5G-nws
FOR SALE THKNORTHS1DE GRAIN ELE
VATOR and warehouse in the rear, with
track connections, together with a flncly-cstab-llshcd
and paying business In grain, flour, feed,
hay, etc., etc.: said elevator contains two fast
rnnning French burrs, chopping mills, together
with all modern appliances for handling grain
cheaply and quickly; blu capacity 50.00U bit.; sold
on easy terms; III health reason for selling. JOHN
P. DEAN, cor. Irwin and North ave., Allegheny.
machinery and Metals.
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles kept In stock, from
4tolOOb. p.; all refitted: good as new, at lowest
prices; mounted portable engines, 8 ts 23 h. n.
23-25 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
1 lrst ave.- aui-pK-jrwr
,OR SALE-CONTRACTORS' MACHINERY;
one 7.Hxl2-lnch double engine, double drum?
others down to 4xS-lnch. with single or double
friction drums: wire and manlla rope, centrifugal
pumps, etc. THOMAS CAK LIN'S SONS, corner
Lacock and Sandusky ats Allegheny. Ial7-MWF
America, Picturesqiie Europe, Picturesque
Palestine, Art Treasures ot Germany and 30.000
inure uuuta iu uu ueparunenis oi literature.
LEVI'S BOOK STOKE, Seventh Ave. Hole
PERSON AL-YOU WILL BE A LONGTIME
dead, but a short time alive, so be up and
make the best orit: see that vour wearing apparel
always looks neat and tidy. DICKSON, the
Tailor, or 65 Fifth avenue, corner Wood street
second floor, makes a specialty of fine cleaning
and repairing: give him a trial, 'l elephone 1558. )aS
LOST-BETWEEN SHADSIDE AND THE
city, a bap containing surgical Instruments.
Suitable reward will be paid tor the return of the
same to DK. BENHAM, 15C Third ave. fell-6
LOST - PHYSICIAN'S BAG, CONTAINING
Instruments and medicine, onStoekton. Re
becca or Intermediate streets in Allegheny. Find
er will be rewarded by returning above to 900
PENN AVENUE. '' fell-12
LOST-A BRACELET SET WITH TURQUOISE
and pearls, between Glenwood and IS. i, O.
depot city. Saturday evening. Feb'yO; train 7il4
F. 31. Finder will be liberally rewarded by Icav
lng the same at DISPATCH OFFICE. - fell-U
Wlifl Wants mat House in Allegheny.
On corner ot two best streets? Street cars
pass it. Splendid shade trees, lront, side and
rear yard; porch, etc.; lot 41x101. House has
seven large rooms, finished attic and side en
trance; handsomely painted, papered and in
perfect order; laundry, nat and art gas. bath,
large cellar.furnace.ruarble mantels. A complete
and pleasantly situated home. This is cheap,
and will bo sold on easy terms. BLACK &
BALRD, 95 Fourth ave. f e9-ll-D
TO LET-A GOOD BRICK DWELLING OF 8
rooms, bath, w. c. near Center avenue,
city: 10 minutes from Court House; rent .
JAS. W. DRAPE Jfc CO., 129 Fourth avenue,
TO LET FORTY-FIFTH ST.. SEVENTEENTH
ward, brick, 6 rooms, attic ball, natural
gas. etc.. (25 per mo. ; Forty-fifth St.. brick. 5
rooms, attic, etc.. SIS per mo.; Main st., Seven
teenth ward, brick. 5 rooms, attic etc , 1G per
mo.; other small dwellings at low rents: cill at
our office: list changes dally. L. O. iKAZIER,
Forty-IUth and Butler sts.
East End Residences.
mo LET-HOUSE 8 ROOMS, CONVENIENCES,
JL newly painted and papered, large lot, good
,atti dellirhtfn! lnrntlnn. npsr Vlrtli ave. ca.
ble and Roup stntlon. 38 UNION AVE. Alle-
gheny, or 46 W YLIE AVE, Pitts., bet.l and 4 r. M.
TO LET-NO. 211 LACOCKST., ALLEGHENY,
good house, 8 rooms, near Sandusky St.: HZ
per mo.- W. A.- HERRON Jfc SONS. 80 Fourth
TO LET FINE 1VKOOM HOUSE, NO. 62
Chestnut St., Allegheny, range, bath, laun
dry: now a doctor's office and boarding. MA
CAW, VIELSACK & GOFF, 105 Fourth ave.
TO LET-A DESIRABLE TIIUEE-STORY
press brick dwelling bouse 9 rooms, finished
attic, laundry, natural gas throughout, heater In
hall, all modern Improvements, Sherman ave..
Allegheny. Apnlyto ROBERT KNOX. JR., 17
Sherman ave., Allegheny City. Jal2-25
rpO LET HOUSES 403 AND -KB FEDERAL ST
JL extenslon.,5 rooms, nil modern convenience:
also N os. 7 and 9 Sedgwicl. St.. C rooms, bath and
finished attic; storerooms and dwellings 1C0 and
1st Penna. avenne, Alleghenv. Inquire of J. R.
MCKEE, 7P8 Penn ave, PennBuUdlng. room 611.
rriO LET-FOUR NEW SIX-ROOM HOUSES
JL with bith. w. c, natural gas. etc: on line of
electric road, Pcrrysilllc ave, Allegheny; two
story and mansard. No. 1G8 North ave.. 9 rooms
with all modern improvements: also store and
dwelling 5 Chestnut St.. Allegheny. Inquire of
J. A. MCKEE, 70S- Penn ave.. Penn -building.
room 611. Ja.tl-73-MWF
TO LET-(99)-SEICKLEY FURNISHED
house, brick residence on Uroad St., 1 square
from station; fjO per mo.: Immediate possession.
SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO., 99 Fourth ave.
TO LET-DAIRY FARM OF 35 ACRES IN
Nineteenth ward, near Penn avenue: good
dwelling, capacious stabling and plenty of spring
water; rent fW0..srRAUB MORRIS, corner
W ood st. and Third av-,, Pittsburg.
TO LET OR FOR SALE-1S0-ACEE FARM. 5
minutes' walk from town of Minor, on Penna.
lw It., Westmoreland co.: 15 acres timber, balance
cleared; bouse, bank turn and outbuildings,
orchard, eic. CHAS. L. McCUTCHEON. 104
Fourth ave. Jal3-30-MWF
Offices, Desk Room, ifcc.
TO LET-C99) OFFICES AND BUSINESS
rooms in best location; call for prices.
SAMUEL W. BLACK 4. CO., 99 Fourth ave.
mO LET-FRONT OFFICES IN BUILDING
JL corner atcr street and Cherry alley: rent
low. D. W. C. BIDWELL & CO,
street and Cherry alley.
rpO LET-FREE RENT-TO APRIL 1. 1539
JL umces, cor. Mfth avenue and W ood street:
ht and Crane elevator.
LACKT& CO., 99 Fourth ave.
mO LET-TWO OFFICES ON LIBERTY ST..
JL near Sixth st.. opposite Fifth ave.texcel-
immediate possession. JAS.
DRAPE & CO.
, va Fourth ave., Pittsburg.
LET IN THE MCCANCE BLriCIC.
Smlthfield. Llbcrtv and Seventh avenne.
well-lighted offices, each room fronting on a prin
cipal street; passenger and merchandise eleva
O LET SINGLE AND CONNECTING
rooms in the Garrison buildings, cor. U ood
and Water streets, and Third ave. and AVood
street. Inqnire at A. GARRISON FOUNDRY
CO., 10 and 12 Wood st. JalS-M
TO LEr-NEW OFFICES: SPLENDID LIGHT.
Tho Germania Savings Bank. 423 Wood St.,
having changed the Interior or Its building by
adding 15 large, alrr and well-lighted offices with
all modern conveniences, elevator, etc., otter the
same for rent at reasonable terms. Parties desir
ing a lino location should apply at once at the
BANK. vv de2I-75-D
TO LLT-THE POPULAR HOTEL KNOWN
as the AN hlte House, at Perrysvllle, on the
Perrysvllle plankroad,' with 21 acres ofland, 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 rurther information call orad
dress THEDAN.NEP. MEDICIN E CO., 212 Federal
St.. Allegheny City. fc2-15
TO LET-FINE LARGE BUSINESS ROOM
on Fifth avenue, between Wood and Market
streets; rcntlowtoa good tenant. W.A. HER
EON A SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave. ftS-Io-lCTTS
TO LET-SECON D-STOR YROOM. 55XH) FEET,
corner of Cherry and Strawberry alleys,
suitable for light manufacturing purposes. In
quire of TAYLOR A BULLOCK, 935 Libertvst.
TO LET-SANDSTONE QUARRY AT MET
CALF station, A. V. R. R known as "City
Quarry;" also 150 acres of coal to lease or sell:
shipments by river or rail. For particulars call
on or address D. COLL, Burrell P. p.. Pa. feS-7
TO LET-BRICK STORE, WITH DWELLING,
No. 1S06 Main St.. bharpsburg; containing
storerobm, with shelving: 5 rooms, attic, halt
cellar, etc.; good place for drug store, grocery,
etc. Inquire at SALLADE A DAVIS', No. 10M
Main St., Sharpsburg, or OEO. KENNGOTT,
Shaler twp, Etna P. O. felO-33-Mwr
TO LET -1700 PER YEAR, BUTLER ST.,
Seventeenth ward, large storeroom, 5 dwell
ing rooms, counters and shelving; location very
good forany retail business; ."W per year. Forty
fifth and Plummer sts.. storeroom, 9 dwelling
rooms, counters and shelving. L. O. FRAZIEK,
Forty-fifth and Butler sts. feS-91-MWS
LET-FOUR LARGE tVELL-LIGJirEIl
rooms, with nowerfahniitfl.m snnarp ftn
lor heavy or light manufacturing, In building
auuvt us me unas. jj. jicau Doit works. Grant
avenne. Allegheny. Inquire on the premises of
SIR FRED ES1IELMAN, Manager or the AUc
gheny Wood ifrrvlng Co. jaf3-s-Mws
TO LET-BUSINESS HOUSES AND DWELL
INGS on the line of Penna. ave. and Butler
st. cable cars. See M. P. 'HOW LEY, 3319 Butler
EISSOLUTION NOTICE. - NOTICE IS
hereby given that theJ2resent Foundry
j Limited, of Allegheny City, Pa., has this
day been dissolved by mutual consent oi all the
members of said company at a regular meeting
called for that purpose, all debts due by the
company will be paid by Louis Wertheimer,
who will continue tho business at the samo
place, nnder the namo of Uresent Foundry.
AH claims dne to the company he is author
ized to collect
WM. V. KISH.
LOUIS N. KISH.
J. J. KISH'S Estate, per
WIL V. KISH and LOUIS N. KISH.
ALIEoriENY, February G. 1SS3. fe"-'J
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Office of Will H. Griggs, City Clerk,
East Liverpool. O., January 24, 1SS9.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
SEALED PROPOSALS will ba received
by the City Clerk of the City of East Liverpool,
Ohio, at Ills omco until 12 o'clock, noon, of the
Ssconu.Day of Jarch A. D. 1889,
for improving Market street from the north
side of Sixth street to the north side of Fifth
street, by paving tho same with Hreclaypaving
Erick. according to the specifications now on
file at the office of John A.,George. civil engi
neer. The bids may bo for cither work or ma
terial, or for both; if for both, each must be
I lEach bid to lie guaranteed according to law.
Bidder to furnish samples of brick to boused,
also to use tho printed forms, which will bo
fnrflished on application.
The Council reserves the right to reject any
or all bids.
Bv order of Council.
felO-100 WILLH. GRIGGS, City Clerk.
THE ELDREDGE, NO. IS SOUTH CARO
LINA avenue, within three minutes' walk
to depot or beach. Large cheerful rooms, ex
cellent table. Terms moderate. MRS. E. J.
ELDREDGE, Proprietress. felI-3-D
ATLANTIC CITY. N.J.
On tho beach, sea end of Virginia avenne.
Steam heat, electric bells. Will open Febru
jal3-72.JiVFSu BUCK & McCLELLAN.
HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL.
First-class in every particular. Steam Heat,
Open Fires, Porches inclosed in glass. Superb
Location. Ideal Climate for the debilitated.
Baths in Marble Pools, Finest in America;
Waters unexcelledinywhere incurativs power
or luxury. Q. K. LANSING,
(Late of Astor House, N. Y.) Manager.
,' PUBLIC BALE s
No. 2624 Fenn Avenue,- Twelfth ward, Pitts,
burg, and a lot ot
On the premises, on TUESDAY, February 12,
1SSO, at 10 o'clock A. M.
The undersigned, execntor of the last wfll
and testament of A. "VV. Wepner, deceased,wiU
oiler at nubile sale, on the premises, on Tues
day, February 12. 1889. at 10 o'clock A. Jr.. the
leasehold premises. No. 2C24 Penn avenue.
Twelfth ward, Pittsburg; being a lot 25 fefet
front on Penn avenue, and extending back, at
samo width, 100 feet to Spring alley, havrae
thereon erected a two-story brick and frame
house, fronting on Penn avenne. occupied as a
storeroom and dwelling house, and a two-story
frame dwelling house, containing four rooms,
on Spring alley. Lease expires January 1. 1393,
at a rental ot 3125 per year, payable quarterly.
Also, 1 wardrobe, 1 cooking stove, 2 bedsteads,
etc Terms ot sale cash.
J. R. PATTON,
Executor of the last will and testament of A.
W. Wepner. deceased.
J. ERASTUS JIcKELVY. Attorney.
ja27-19-Jt 153 Fourth avenne.
ARCH H. RO WAND. JR., Attorney, 408 Grant
RPHANS' COURT SALE
Estate of Patrick Quirk, deceased. By
virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of
Allegheny connty, at No. term, 188S, 1 will
expose at public sale at the Court Honse, city
of Pittsburg, on
TUESDAY. 26TH DAY OFFEBRUARY, 1889,
the following described real estate:
All those certain (4) lots of ground sitnate on
First Street, Borough of Coraopolis, formerly
Middletown, Moon township. AllegbemPcounty.
State of Pennsylvania, being Nos. GG, 67, 68 and
69. in J. P. Fleming's plan, as recorded In
Recorder's office. Allegheny county, plan book,
vol. , page , and having thereon erected a
frame dwelling house containing six rooms.
TERMS OF SALE One-third cash on de
livery of deed, balance one and two years.
Deferred payments to be secured by bond and
mortgage on the premises.
FIDELITY TITLE AND TRUST CO
A. J. PENTECOST.
Auctioneer, 413 Grant street. fel0-91
ATTRACTIVE AUCTION SALE TUES
DAY MORNING, February 12, at 10
o'clock, at the rooms, o. 311 Market St.
Handsome brocatelle, silk, plush and hair
cloth parlor suits, 2 piano fortes, flno pier mir
ror, mantel cabinet, pictures, bronzes, polished
wood center tables, handsome silver piano
lamp, fancy rockers, fine bookcases, secreta
ries, library tables and chairs, leather couch,
rattan rockers, desks,Sne clocks, rugs, curtains,
brnssels and ingrain carpets. linoleum, finely
carved chamber suits, wardrobes, folding beds,
bed lounges, cheval glass, chiffoniers, bureaus,
washstands, bedsteads, dining room chairs,
sideboard", hallracks, and in walnut, oak, ma
hogany and cherry; kitchen tables, chairs and
safes, laundry furnishments, dishes, cooking
utcnils. beddinsr, stoves, toiletware, lamps, etc
HENRY AUCTiON CO.. LIM., Auctioneers.
ADJOURNED ASSIGNEE'S SALE-FRIDAY,
February 15, at 10 A. Jr., will be
sold at public anction, on the premises, corner
of Carson and Eighteenth streets. Twenty
sixth ward, Pittsburg, the Farmers and Me
chanics' Bank building, and lot 40x120 feet,"
either as a whole or in two or three parts.
Also, on the same day. at 2 P. Jf on tho
premises. Maple street Twenty-seventh ward,
will be offered for sale nine building lots in
the plan of the aforesaid bank, adjoining the
school yard and grounds ot St. Michael'3
Church. - I. H. SORG,
H. I. BERG. Jr.,
L. S. CUNNINGHAM,
AUCTION SALE OF BAKERY. AT 2S08
Penn ave.. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY
13, lSb9, 2-story brick with frame in rear, bake
shop in cellar, together with stock and fixtures;
sale positive, as owner is leaving citv: sale com
mences 1 p. it, sharp. W. MERRILL, Auc
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' OfFICE, l
Pittsburg, February B, 1889. j
THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WILL
hold appeals on the following named dis
tricts as follows, to wit:
Monday, February 11. Fifteenth, Sixteenth,
Seventeenth and Eighteenth wards of Pitts
burg. Tuesday, February 12, First, Second and
Third wards, Pittsburg; First and Second
Wednesday, February 13, Fourth, Ninth,
Tenth and Twelfth wards, Pittsburg.
Thursday, February 14, Sixth, Seventh.
Eighth and Eleventh wards. Pittsburg.
Friday, February 15. Nineteenth Twenty
first and Twenty-second wards. Pittsburg.
Saturday, February 1G, Twenty-third ward,
Pittsburg, and Second ward, Allegheny.
Monday, February IS, Ross, South Versailles;
and Indiana townships.
Thursday, February 21. Thirteenth, Four
teenth and Twentieth wards, Pittsburg.
By order of County Commissioners,
R. E. MERCER,
GEO. Y McKEE.
P. W. SIEBERT. Clerk. fe7-19
ELECTION CENTRAL BANK, PITTS
BURG The annual election for Direct
ors of this bank will bo held at the banking
house, No. 47 Fifth avenue, on TUESDAY,
February 12; 1SS9. between the hours of 11 A.M.
and lP.a. M. HUNNINGS, Cashier.
The annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Shaner Gas Coal Company will be held at
the office of the company. Room 10, Coal Ex
change, corner of Water and Smithfield sts..
TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 12, at 2 F. 3L, for tho
election of five directors to serve for the en
snlng year. fet-"-M-wr
PE3T5SYI.VANTA CONSTRUCTION CO.,
No. 132 First avenne. citv. S
ELECTION THE ANNUAL MEETING
of the stockholders of the Pennsylvania
Construction Company will be held at tho office.
No. 132 First avenue, 'on MONDAY, February
IL 18S9. between the hours of 12 M. and I p. jr.,
for tho pnrposo of electing five (5) directors to
servo for the ensuing year.
ja31-S9 W. N. VOEGTLY, Secretary.
THE ANNUAL .MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the New York and Clave
land Gas Coal Company will bo held at the office
of the company. No. 208 Wood street on
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 13, 18S9. at 10
o'clock a. m.. for tile election of officers and
directors to serve during the ensuing year, and
for the transaction of such other business as
may be properly brought before tho meeting.
C. L. DIXON. Clerk.
Pittsburg, February 1. 1SS9. fe&5-jrwr
Pittsburg and Castle Shannon"!
Railroad Company, I
General Office, Carson street, f
SourasiDE, Pittsburg". February 4. 1889.J
ELECTION THE ANNUAL MEETING
of the stockholders of this companv will be
held at this office on TUESDAY. February
19, 1SS9, between the hours of 2 and i p. jr. for
the purpose of electirfg a President and ten
directors, to serve during the ensuing year and
for the transaction of such other business as
may properly como before them. E.J.
REAMER. Secretary and Treasurer. fe3-14-o
Four or five offices on the fourth floor of tho
Renihaw Building will be let from April 1;
rooms connecting or separate; good light,
water, gas and elevator. Apply to JNO. A.
RENSHAW, corner Liberty and Ninth street.
ONLY THREE of the large rooms suitable
for office or general business purposes, in
the new DISPATCH budding on Dia
mond street now remain unrented.
THOSE WHO WIsII the most centra! sit
uation in the city, with the conveniences
of passenger and freight elevator service,
electric light and steam-heating, should ap
ply at once to the new
Nos. 75. 77 and 79 Diamond street
GEO. H. BARBOUR.
Surveyor, Draughtsman and Designerof
Bridges Roofs and Mill Buildings.
Room 02 Eisner Buildine.
tleI2-kC6-D 64 FIFTH AVENUE. Pittsburg.
BY GEO. K. STEVENSON 4 CO..
GROCERIES AND TABLE DELICACIES,
SIXTH AVENUE. jafMB-snnr