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IWA LETTER TO THE STATE BOAED.
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.ILECTEICITI PAINFUL, BUTHABMLESS.
fHYesterday, Mr. James B. Scott, one of the
local members of the State Board of Chari
ties, made a report to that body on the re
cent investigation at the "Weilern Peniten
tiary. The board met at Harrisburg, when
4he following paper was submitted :
PirrSBUKQ, February 22, 1S89..
Totbe Board of Public Charities:
GentJ-eitej; Your members, resident in
Alleg heny City, Pa, were recently apprised by
the Board of Inspectors of the Riverside Prison
of certain'charges preferred by Prisoner James
McPhillamy against the hospital steward of
the prison, B. B. Maharneke, and were specially
requested to be present at the investigation to
be made into the correctness of said charges.
The investigation was held and continued on
the .afternoons and evenings of Tuesday,
Thursday and Friday, the 5th. 7th and 8th in
stant. The charges made against the steward
were contained in a previous affidavit of the
prosecutor, and were found to consist of three
First Alleged collusion of Maharneke with
prisoners to assist in effecting escape.
Second Cruelty to patients in hospital.
Third Accepting money as bribes from pris
oners and general corruption.
In the process of the investigation the widest
latitude was permitted both sides, and a very
large proportion of the evidence offered was
entirely irrelevant; but it was thought better to
allow much that was not related to the case to
enter, rather than to enable anyone to. insist
that anything pertinent to the case had been
From the peculiarity of the circumstances
andpersons, it is no easy task to winnow the
grains of truth from the enormous quantity of
'chaff, or to make the proper allowance for the
manifest animus characterizing a large propor
tion of the evidence offered.
Regarding the first charge, there is not the
slightest evidence supporting the statement in
the affidavit of the prosecutor. His own com
rade in the attempted escape testified that he
had never spoken to Maharneke, nor had been
addressed by Maharneke on the subject of the
escape, nor had McPhillamy at any time inti
mated to him that Maharneke was associated in
any way with the adventure.
JUST A LITTLE FAIXFCL.
Regarding the second charge, viz., cruelty.
It Is proper here to state that, in the hospital
there were the usual appliances of straight
jackets for use upon incorrigible cases, many
of them of moral taint, and these ap
pear to be the only appliances of any kind in
use. The physician in charge had a No. 3 Mc
intosh Faradic battery, used in connection with
medical treatment, and frequently in the way
of te'st of cases considered as "shamminc."
Its value in connection with medical treatment
is without dispute.
As to Maharneke personally, it is evident
that he was a person of impulsive and excita
ble temperament, aud given to occasional out
bursts of temper, accompanied with profanity.
He does not seem to have been a "cruel" man
nor given at any time to "acts of cruelty" toward
patients or others under him. The only cases
of cruelty testified to were those perpetuated by
the very witness testifying thereto. The state
ment, as made, seemed incredible, even if the
actions reported were the result of instructions
of Maharneke. as insisted upon by the witness.
In the case where the witness describes that
"the fleshwas taken off the man" by the use
of a broom while in the bath room, he after
ward alludes to the notice by the Inspector
"that the man's face was scratched at one
time," butno complaint of any further injury
was made by the patient himself or notice
given by any other person, the inspector giving
warning that such acts as the scratching might
(n the treatment of incorrigible patients it
... ied apparent that Maharneke had used the
"batsry referred toss a means of, subjecting
"themlothe discipline,' -which tbet resented,
and. in cases, we susitect that Maharneke.
when irritated and angry with mutinous re-J
Eisiance on tne part oi sucn persons, nas ap
plied it with severity productive of much pain,
although without dinger to the patient
There is no evidence whatever of anything
approaching systematic cruelty on the part of
Maharneke; but we do not justify the harsh
cess or severity which Maharneke, no doubt,
visited upon some of the patients when exas
perated by their continual resistance to orders.
MONEY O. K., BUT OATHS AtTFITL.
Regarding the third' charge: The principal
testimony was given by Prisoner Hall, whose
statement is to the effect that on several occa
sions small amounts of money were given to
Maharneke by him, sometimes for the pur
pose of securing articles .for the prisoner, and
in almost every case either the money or the
goods were returned to the witness. The oc
casions were widely separate as-to date, and the
amounts were Small, and he thought possibly
there might have been "a few dollars that he
did not get."
The nrosecntor's statement as to the payment
of large amounts of money to Maharneke at
various times was to have been corroborated
by the witness Robinson: but his testimony
was only to the effect that McPhillamy was
possessed of certain sums of money, and that
he had heard McPhillamy say that he had
riven Maharneke money; but he personally
knew of no such transaction. Robinson
further testifies that McPhillamy told him that
he could have most of the amount in case of a
certain political result a virtual bet on the
election; but bow the cash conld be given to
Maharneke and also retained as a bet was not
It is but fair to the defendant to state that
he unequivocally denied the statements of the
witnesses for the prosecution in every particu
lar where they imputed to him any acts of in-
tentional cruelty orjof money transactions in
which he was interested. He stated, that while
a prisoner himself, money may have passed be
tween his comrades and himself, but since his
release and engagement as hospital steward
that be had been absolutely free from entan
glements of any kind.
On general principles it is apparent that it
was a mistake for the management to select an
ex-convict for a position of even seeming au
thority ever those who had been his comrades,
as his insistence upon the proper rules and reg
ulations of the prison would naturally be re
sented by men in their position and by his
former associates; but it is recognized that this
action was in the line of encouragement and
assistance to prisoners, which is one of the
principal elements in the argument of those
giving special attention to the science of pen
ology. The foregoing was written after close of in
vestigation and prior to final consideration and
decision by the Board of Inspectors of the
prison. This decision was made on the even
ing of February 2L and orders the discharge of
'Maharneke from his position as hospltaPstew
ard. .Respectfully submitted.
" - James B. Scott,
Member of Board.
V ' 'A Trust That Is No Monopoly.
The (rust reposed by the dyspeptic and bil
ious In Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is not a
monopoly. It is shared not only by them, but
by residents of malarious localities, quondam
rheumatic sufferers whom it has relieved, and
the nervous, debilitated and infirm whom it
has built up. If troubled with inaction of the
kidneys you should use it. Give this medicine
. the systematic trial it merits.
', . REAL ESTATE SAVINGS BANK, LIBL,
, 401 Smlthfield Street, cor. Fourth Avenne.
r Capital, 5100,000. Surplus, 538,000.
Deposits of 51 and upward received and
I interest allowed at 4 per cent its
'- Only a Few More.
u1 "We have about 90 more of those fine
'tailor-made men's suits at 56 00. They
Income in stripes, plaids and broken checks
' and'wonld easily sell for $15. Six dollars
r3is our price lor tbem to-day. Extra 1,000
pair ot men's'nglish worsted pants at 51 25,
3worth 53 00. P. C. C. C,
.Cor. Grant and Diamond streets, opp. the
' new Court House.
Try Thera Now.
r-;Don't fail to fry Mrs. Harrison's Inaugu
jration cookies, Marvin's newest production,
;Tandone of the daintiest, most delicious
j cakes in existence. ITS
J- t Wall Pnper.
C Prices tne very lowest.
d .John b. Roberts, 414 "Wood st
Beyi' Shirt Walrt Opening
This week. All the newest things ready
, Horn Award's. 41 Fifth are, XI
NOT A WHISKY PARTI.
Democrat Will Tote for Prohibition to Re
buke Republicans So Says J. Ross
Thompson, of Eric.
"I think prohibition will carry in Penn
sylvania with a majority of 40,000 Totes,"
said J. Boss Thompson, of Erie, at the
Monongahela House yesterday. Mr. Thomp
son is a well known politician of Erie
county, and was once the Democratic candi
date for Supreme Judge of the State..
Continuing, he said: "Erie county will
vote for prohibition. I have a friend, an
anti-Prohibitionist, who has been traveling
through the anthracite coal districts of the
State. He is thoroughly convinced the
whisky men will be beaten'in the fight. He
was surprised at the strong temperance sen
timents of the miners.
"A number of Democrats will vote for
prohibition to clear their skirts. The Dem
ocrats have alwavs been accused of being
the whisky family, and they are going to
show the people tbat this imputation is not
correct. The Republicans have catered to
the moral element, and posed before the peo
ple as the moral party for a purpose. "When
they agreed to submit the question to the
people they felt certain that it would be
voted down. They fixed the election at a
time when the farmers will be busy in their
fields hoeing corn, with the expectation
that the heavy vote in the cities will coun
terbalance the light vote in the rural dis
tricts. "But they have reckoned without their
host. The Democrats will make up for
losses in the country, because the farmers
were too busy to go to the polls.
"Lawyers have questioned, if prohibi
tion carriesfwhether it could be enforced,
without legislative enactments defining the
punishments, but it is now settled that no
snch laws are necessary. Illegal liquor sell
ing is punished by the courts. If prohibi
tion is a success, all licenses are revoked at
once, and retailers will sell at their peril.
There are no laws at present prohibiting the
manufacture of liquor, and the makers
could not be reached until the proper laws
were passed by the Legislature, but woe
betide the retailer who sells whisky alter
the people have declared against it"
SAFEE FOE THE PUBLIC.
Report of the Company Managing
Bljon Building nnd Library.
At a meeting of the Mercantile Library
Hall Company at 90 Fourth aven ue, yester
day afternoon, the regular reports of the
past'year were read and approved, and the
new Board of Managers for the year was
formed as follows: Charles J. Clarke, Presi
dent; Hon. Felix R. Brunot, "Vice Presi
dent; William E. Thompson, Secretary, and
L. H. "Williams, Treasurer. The managers
elected were: William Shaw, John W.
Chalfant, Frank Semple, Charles W. Batch
elor and John W. Batchelor, the latter
taking the place of Captain Gray, deceased.
A report was read relative to the two
large fire escapes pnt up at the Bijou, the
one located on Barker's alley, next to the
Hamilton House, and the other on the river
side of the building. The escape in Barker's
alley was pump especially for the possible
needs of the actors and stage people. The
windows have also been provided with iron
shutters, in order to obviate the danger oi
fire from the outside. For this reason also
the Sixth street entrance has been provided
with iron sliding doors that are very neatly
concealed, but can be shut at a moment's
As these fire escapes -and precautions
have been heartily approved by the Fire
Commissioners, the pretty Bijou may now
be considered one of the best protected
buildings in the city.
The Treasurer's report showed the com
pany to be in a good financial condition.
Objections were rather raised at the assess
ment of 5266,400 instead of .$153,800, as last
year. This will make their city and county
taxes somewhere about 55,000, and. as the
library has sot paid rent for four years, and
the fourth story, now used for Masonic
meetings, will soon be vacant, the outlook
in a financial way is not so rosy as it might
Wattles & Sbeafer in Their Elegant New
Store, No. 37 Fifth Avenne.
Last week this old-established and widely
known jewelry firm moved from their old
store, where they have been for the past 13
years, into their new location .at Ko. 37
Fifth avenue The move was made neces
sarv by the great growth of their business
.and the imperative demand for more room
and better facilities in which to store and
display their goods. Though, the new store
(which is at least three times larger than
the old one) is not yet fitted up in the ele
gant manner designed for it, the firm are
ready for business, and are in a position to
display their stock to good advantage.
Their new cases, cabinets, etc., are in the
highest style of art, and when the decora
tions are completed, their store -xill be one
of the largest jewelry houses in the country.
The well-known and progressive enter
prise of this firm will be exemplified in the
fullest degree in their beautifnl new store,
where they will welcome the public with
all the old-time courtesy and attention.
D. & F. S. WELTY.
Carpets nnd Wall Pnper, Wholesale and Re
tail The Only Jobbing House in the City.
To supply our jobbing trade, we bny our
carpets, wall paper, oilcloths, mattings,
window shades, lace curtains, etc, from
first hands in large quantities, and at lowest
prices. This enables us to offer every in
ducement in our retail department.
Our prices are always as low, if not lower,
than any other house in the city. A full
stock for spring trade at 120 Federal street
and 65 and 67Pafk way, Allegheny, Pa.
D. & F. S. Welty.
Established 1869. Ths
Every Day and Sunday Too.
There will be a Pullman parlor car run
from Pittsburg to Washington, D. C, by
the Pennsylvania Railroad to and including
March 3, on train leaving Pittsburg at 8 a.
m., thus affording persons desiring to avail
themselves of the low rate of fare to Wash
ington and return on account of the inaugu
ration of President-elect Harrison. You
can go to Washington any day irom now
until March 4 and return at half fare, 59,
for the round trip, good to return until
March 7. Ample provisions have been
made by the Pennsylvania Railroad Com
pany for through sleeping cars on their
night trains and coaches and parlor cars on
day trains.- Tickets are now on sale at 110
Fifth avenue and TJnign station.
Nothing Succeeds Like Success.
Yesterday we dropped into Dr. Charles
S. Sott's dental offices, at 624 Penn avenue,
opposite Home's, and, as usual, found them
crowded with sufferers seeking relief.
While we were there (only a few minutes)
the doctor extracted 16 teeth for one. lady
and 14 for another, and each lady assured
us that she did not suffer the slightest pain,
bnt on the contrary had a delightful dream.
Seeing is believing, and we can assure those
who are suffering from toothaceorwish their
unsightly and decayed teeth removed, that
Dr. Charles Scott can extract them without
the slightest pain, and that his anaesthetic
is absolutely safe.
The China Store,
We should be indeed ungrateful if we
allowed to pass unnoticed the many ex
pressions of goodwill showered on uc by our
neighbors, expressions often of a tangible
character, and if we thus publicly thank
them for their kind wishes and the warm
welcome they have given us, we beg they
will think that our thanks are none the less
sincere than if conveyed to each individu
ally. Fkench, Kendbick & Co.,
Opposite City Hall.
Only a Few More.
We have about 90 more of those fine
tailor-made men's suits at 56 00. They
come in stripes, plaids and broken checks
and would easily sell for'$15. Six dollars
is our price for them to-day. Extra 1,000
pair of men's English worsted pants at$l 25,
worth $3 00. f P. O. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond streets, opp. the
new Court House.
BIG NAIL CHANGES.
A Company Formed in This City to
Make Mis by a Kew Process,
CLAIMING TO SAVE 25 PEE CEHT.
Another Combination. of Pittsburg and
WILL STAET A LEAD COATED 5A1L CO.
Two practical wire drawers named Raw
son and Wilkinson,- living in Allegheny,
claim to have patents and machinery that
solve the problem of cheap wire .nail
These gentlemen have placed the manage
ment of their patents in the hands of Mr.
White, of White & McClure, Penn build
ing, and a company is being formed for the
building of a wire nail plant somewhere in
the vicinity of this city.
It is claimed'by the owner of the process
that their way ot making wire" nails makes
a savins of 25 per cent over the old method.
They say the wire can be reduced from a'
No. 5 rod to a No. 12 in one continuous
process. This is the secret of their claim.
They- say theirs is the only continuous
process of drawing the wire and the nails at
the same tune and place. The old method
has been to draw the wire at distant mills,
and ship to nail mills with a consequent
heavy expense, in labor and charges.
By their plant, it is claimed, one wire
drawer can tend to the plates of 27 ma
chines, while by the old process this num
ber of machines requires the constant at
tention of 15 men. Patents have been
granted for all parts of the continuous pro
cess machinery, and a big company will
soon be formed, as local wire men are great
ly interested in the plant, which they have
seen in operation, and pronounced perfect
Nails of any sort can.be made, it all de
pending on the dies, though, of course, the
great saving of labor will not interfere with
the regular fence wire drawers, though they
claim one man'can now do the work of 15
in the continuons nail process.
Another venture in the nail business is
given below, although no such radical
change in the making of nails is contem
plated. A nnmber of capitalists in this city,
Philadelphia and Wheeling are consider
ing the advisability-of starting np a lead
coated nail industry in the latter city.
'For some time past A L. Bonnafin, of
the Aiax Lead Coating Company, at Phila
delphia, has been making frequent trips be-,
tween Philadelphia aud Wheeling, and'
generally stopping over in this city. He
has interested a number of capitalists in the
scheme, and proposes to form a company
with a capital stock of 5500,000.
Mr. Bonnafin is now in Wheeling looking
after the scheme, and will probably be in
this city within a few days. The process of
coating the nails is a substitute for galvan
ized iron nails. The name of the company
will be the Lead Coated Nail Manufactur
One scheme is to manufacture their own
nails and coat them with lead, while an
other is to bny their nails from some of the
Wheeling concerns. Those favoring the
latter scheme say it would not be advisable
to manufacture nails on account of the de
pressed condition of the market
AN UNGBATEFDL TKAMP.
He Attacks the Woman Who Offered
Food-His Arrest Effected.
Caspar Wehner will have a hearing before
Magistrate Brokaw on next Monday for as
saulting a woman named Armitage, of
Beltzhoover borough. The man came to her
house and asked for something to eat, and,
when Mrs. Armitage handed if rtoTiim, he
attempted to attack her, but he was re
pelled by the husband, who came into the
room at the time.
"Wehner was given over to the police. He
is said to have two accomplices.
TWO NATDEAL GAS EXPLOSIONS.
A House Collapsed on the Sonthside, nnd
Others at Tarentnm.
The house of Michael Murray, a puddler,
on the hillside at Fortieth street, Southside,
was wrecked yesterday morning by a natural
gas explosion. The family, however, mirac
ulously escaped with but a few 'burns and
Another explosion occurred at Tarentum
last night, damaging several houses and in
juring several persons, among them Mrs.
Joel Smith, probably fatally.
IEOif MEN PLEASED.
New Pig Iron Rates From the Valleys Xo
At the meeting of the Youngstown com
mittee ol freight agents at Cleveland yes
terday the following pig iron rates from the
Mahoning and Shenango valleys to Eastern
points were made: Boston, 54 20; New
York, 53 20; Albany, 52 70; Rochester,
51 95; Utica, 52 60.
The rates on limestone, from the valleys
were also equalised.
The Next Proprietor.
Colonel Scott will be inaugurated with
Ben Harrison next Monday; one will be
come President of the United States, the
other will take charge of the Albemarle
hotel. Colonel Scott is an old proprietor of
hDstelries 'and understands the business
well. The Albemarle should thrive under
Stood the Test.
Allcock'8 Porous Plasters have successfully
stood the test of over 30 years' use by the pub
lic; their virtues have never been equaled by
the unscrupulous imitators who have sought to
trade upon the reputation of Allcock's bv
making plasters with boles in them, and claim
ing them to be 'just as good as Allcock's."
Allcock's Porous Plasters stand to-day In
dorsed by not only the highest medical author
ities, bnt by millions of grateful patients who
have proved their efficacy as a, household
Only a Jew More.
Wc have about 90 more of those fine
tailor-made men's suits at 56 00. They
come in stripes, plaids and broken checks
and would easily sell for $15. Six dollars
is our price for them today. Extra 1,000
pair of men's English worsted pants at $1 25,
worth $3 00. P. C. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond streets, opp. the
new Court House.
Try Them Now.
Don't fail to try Mrs. Harrison's Inauguration-cookies,
Marvin's newest production,
and one of the daintiest, most delicious
cakes in existence. its
At John S. Roberts', 414 Wood st
Largest line of low priced goods in the
two cities. Jpnir S. Robebts,
414 Wood st.
Scrofula cured free of charge at 1102
Carson st, Southside.
"VrOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT L.
i T. Yoder. E. "C. Weaver, C. W. Costello
and J. C. Patch have associated themselves to
gether as copartners under tee firm name and
style of Yoder, Weaver, Costello & Co., for the
purpose of carrying on the business of manu
facturing confectionery and dealing in crack
ers, cigars, etc., at Nos. 136, 188, 140 Third ave.,
City of .Plttsbnrr. The above firm succeeds L.
THE- PITTSBUBQ- DlSPATOH,' THURSDAY, KEBRIPAIIY- .
X3-Display cuJverttoementt one dollar psr
tquare for one imeriUnu Classified adverttie
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Bale,
lb Let, eta, ten cents per tine for each inser
tion, and none taken for lest than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For 'tha accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at thefollowing places,
where Want, For Sale,. To Let, and
other transient advertisements.'will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be. prepaid except where
advertisers already have acconnts with The dis
THOMAS MCCAFFRKY, SK9 Butler street.
EMU, 6. STOCKET, Slth street and Penn ave.
E. J. STDCKEY &CO WyUe'ave. and Fnlton it.
N. STOKELY, Fifth Avenne Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, 6121 Penn' avenne.
McALLISTEB & SHZ1ULEH, Sth av. & Atwood St.
JACOB SPOHN. No. 2 Carson Btreet.
CHAS. SCHWABM, 1707 Carson street;
A. J. KAERCHEK, 9 Federal street.
H. J. McBRIDE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FEED H. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut its.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and' Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PERRY M. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
ANTED-A BUTCHER TO TEND SHOP.
COK.OFV1K1SA1I1HV HJiBTtli. IeZS-57
XTTANTED-DRUG CLERK; THKEEOR FOUR
TV years' experience. Address AL01N, Dis
patch office.' fe28-S4
VV has had 2 or 3 yearst experience. Apply
2132 CARSON ST. fc28-14
WAN TED-FIRST-CLASS WHITE BARBER;
rood wares and steady work. S. 1). VA3
BINDER, Grove City, Mercer co., Pa. fe2S-93
WANTED-A' MAN, A GOOD MILKER, AT
InRhsm's dairy. Inquire at FIRST TOLL
GATE, New Brighton road, Allegheny City. Pa.
WANTED A SINGLE MAN TO SCRUB
and make himself useful about a house. In
quire at WEST PENN HOSPITAL, Twenty-eighth
TsTANTED-15 JOURNEYMEN PAINTERS:
VV Pittsburg Union prices paid: none bnt union
men "need apply. Apply JEANNETTE, Pa.
WANTED-A FIKST-CLASS BABBER; NO
Sunday wort, and will pay good wages to
a rood man. EDWARD CORNELL, Box 702. Oil
WANTED-BRIGHT, ACTIVE BOY, ABOUT
15 years of aze, to work lit Insurance office.'
Address, in own handwriting, INSURANCE. Dis
patch office. feS$-70
VITANTED-TWO GOOD TAILORS AT ONCE,
YY one to work in store and other to take work
home. Apply S. J. TOPPING, merchant tailor,
17 Anderson Bt., Allegheny. fe2S-97
WANTED - GLASS- ENGBAVERS - GOOD
and steady employment guaranteed. Apply
at once or address WILLIAM EIESLING. 1219
Tenth ave., Beaver Falls, Pa. fe27-33
-TTTANTED-BOOK CANVASSERS FOR OUR
YY great prohibition work; a bonanza for this
snrlne; write for our extra inducements. E,
GATELY & CO., 10 snd 12 Sixth 6. fe36-78
Tfr A NTEDEXPERIENCED MAN TO CARE
YY ior horses; single preferred;none need apply
unless well recommended and not afraid to work.
Inquire JOHN L. 110 ORE, Hazelwood. city.
WANTED-ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPEB FOB
furniture department: none but those of
experience and good references as to character
need apply. O. SlcCLlNTOCK., & CO., 33 Fifth
m-ANTED-A MAN OF TEMPERATE HAB
YY ITS located outside of Pittsburg, to repre
sent an old house In bis section: salary to begin,
70 per month; refereaces. GEN. MANAGER,
Lock box 1610, N. Y. oc7-4S-Th
WANTED PHYSICIAN OR DRUGGIST
who can give a part or the whole of his time
to calling on the doctors of this city In the Inter
ests of a manufacturing arm; no selling. Address
8. O., Dispatch office. fe23-S3
T7-ANTED-AGENT8 IN THIS CITY AND
V V outside towns to sell Dr. O'Keefe's Ellis and
bitters: steady work; can make S12to J18 perweek.
DR. O'KEEFK A- CO., Homeopathic Chemists, 34
Fifth avc.PIttsburg. Pa. fe28-3
AN'TED-KELIABLELOCAL AND TRAV
ELING salesmen;' nositlons nermanent:
special Inducements now: fast selling specialties;
don't delay: salary from start. BROWN BROS.,
Nurserymen, Rochester; N. Y. fe9-&)-TTfl
WANTED-YOUNG MAN WITH KNOWL
I EDGE of bookkeeping as partner in an es
tablished and growing business; present owner
deslrons of adding additional line of goods to bus
lnessbest of references given and required; capl
tel desired from HO0O to (8,000. AdressM. G. &
T.. Dispatch office. feffl-22
WANTED -EXPERIENCED LAUNDRY
girls at CRESCENT STEAM LAUNDRY,
cor. Chestnut and Gibbon sts.. city. fe28-9S
ntale and Female HelD.
-TT7-ANTED-ATONCE, A BAKER, COLORED.
TT coy, isrm nanas, coots, cnamcermaias,
house, pantry and kitchen girls, child's nurse. 20
girls for hotels. MEEHAN'B, MS Grant St. feiS-D
TITAN TED-COOKS, DINING ROOM GIRLS,
V V chambermaids, house girls, German girls;
also situation for a sober, reliable man as watch
man or barkeeper. MRS. THOMPSON, 60S Grant
-TTrANTED-LrVE MEN AND WOMEN TO
VY engage in an easy, paying business at
home: can work daytime or evening and make 50c
to S2 per hour; sure thing: sample and complete
Instructions sent free. Address WORLD SUP
PLY CO., Rutland,. Vt. fe25-l
WANTED-AGENTS ON SALARY; 75 PER
month and expenses paid any active man
or woman to sell our goods by sample and live at
nome; salary paia prompiiy ana expenses in aa
vance; full particuli
liars anu i
I sample case free, we
mean Just what we say. Address 8TANDARD
SILVERWARE CO., Boston. Mass. fels-3-D
TTTANTED A POSITION IN AN OFFICE BY
YV ayoungman: best of references given. Ad
dress?. W., 62Besaca St., Allegheny. fe28-74
WANTED-SITUATION BY A MILLER,
widely experienced, temperate and respon
sible. Address MILLER, P.O.Box 838, Pittsburg.
-VTTANTED-A POSITION AS STENOGRA
YV PHER and typewriter by a young man
having good references. Address BOX So, New
Castle, Pa. fe2S-S2
TTTANTED-S1TUATION AS FLORIST OR TO
VV take charge of greenhouse, nursery or fruit
farm; good references. Address C J., 350S Mad
ison avenue, Allegheny. le26-44
TTTANTED-SITUATIONS-BY TWO YOUNG
VY men or good character, willing to do any
kind of work; can give references. Address
WORKMES. Dispatch office. fc27-4
TKTANTED-A PARTNER WITH A CAPITAL
Y V of 12, 000 to invest in a first-class specialty.
Address IKON & STEEL, Dispatch office. 1&.7-JS
TTJANTED-A PARTNER: $6,000 WILL BUY A
V V hair Interest in one or the largest and best
established and. paying businesses of its kind In
Western Pennsylvania, located in heart or busi
ness center in Pittsburg; trade the most rettned
and elegant; business strictly cash; the price Is
nothing compared to business done and profits re
ceived therefrom: only those w are willing to
become helpmates and mean strictly business
need apply tor particulars to CASH BUS., Dispatch
TITAN IE D-A SECOND-STOKY FRONT
YV room, furnished, with board, in private
famllyi everything strictly first class: references
exchanged. Address C.,T. M.. Dispatch office.
, i fe28-69
TTANTED-FUBNISHED HOUSE, OR PART,
YY or several nicely furnished rooms for house
Keeping; cleanliness and care of furniture guar
anteed; references. Address .P. O. BOX 9-n,
WANTKD-RENTS TO "COLLECT; MONTH
LY settlement with Itemized statement.
BLACK BAIRD, 05 Fourth avenue. aM-aS-D
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over M.OOO; 4K ucr cent; no taxi
HENRY A. WEAVER CO., 92 Fourth avenue.
WANTED-KENTS COLLECTED PROMPT
LY; property managed with satisfaction."
ALLES BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
TTT ANTE D - MORTGAGES IN ANY
Y V amounts: )i to 6 per cent; city and country:
no delay. SAjilUEL W. BLACK & CO.. $9
.Fourth avenne. t Ja20-55-MThs
WANTED-TO LOAN S500,D0O. IN AMOUNTS
of S3, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4J$per cent. free oftax; alsosmaller
amounts at 5 an
a o per cent. iUiAUA. BAIRD,
85 Fourth avenue.
WANTED-TO LOAN J200.000 ON MORT
GAGES: ?100 and upward at S per cent;
(900,000 at 4M per cent on-residences or business
property: also In adjoining counties. S. H.
FRENCH, 125 Fourth avenue. oc31-e84-D
TTJANTED-MOKTGAQES-I1.C0O, OOOTO LOAN
VY on city and suburban properties at 4& Sand
(percent, and on larms In; Allegheny and aaja-
VV In sums-to suit, at 4K,S and. S per cent.
GRAEBING A LYON, 1SS Fourth ave. apS-el-D
TAT ANTED-TO LOAN 125,000 ON CITY PROP
VV ERTY at S and S per cent. In sums to suit.
D. P. THOMAS & CO.. Ho. 403 Grant street.
T4TANTED-A GOOD SECOND-HAND NO. 2
VV Remington typewriter. Address A. B. D.,
Dispatch office. fe27-14
WANTED-MANUFACTURER3 AND OTH
ERS seeking locations should communicate
with M. V. RICHARDS, Land.Agent, B. & O. B.
R., Baltimore, ild. fe2l-81-TT8sn
TATATTED-C0NTHACT3.F0B CLEAR LAKE
, V V Ice at lowest price, and shipments In car
lots during season as wanted. Address GAGER
ACQ., Sandusky, O. feZ7-174
WANTED-I HAVE FOR RENT OR LEASE A
lot 24x120 feet on Braddock ave. ; central
location for business; terms reasonable. Address
BOX 220, Braddock, Pa. fe2S-54-MTh
WANTEU-rUBLIO TO KNOW TnE ELITE
GALLERY. 516 Market street, Pittsburg,
will make cabinets fortlU) per d and show
proofs, until May 1: so' come early; .bring the
little ones; use elevator. feiS-9
ANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOHRAFHF.R. 98 Fifth avenne. Plttsburir.
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny,- ererybodyto
know that be Is making flue cabinets at 1 0 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous orocess. mhl3-k27
FOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
TTIOR SALE-CHEAP. IF DISPOSED OF SOON.
X- Ho. 15 Second avenne, a very'deslrable new
House, li rooms: lot 20x80 ft. W.
buns, so Fourth avenue.
FRSALE-WEBSTER AVE, NEAR GRAN
VILLE St., 2-story and mansard brick of 7
rooms, hall, vestibule, etc.; lot 20x127, to Keat
lng's, alley: will be sold cheap. BALTEN
SPEBGEK & WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-(99)-U PER CENT NET INVEST
MENT, Eighth ward, city; 8 mlnntes' walk
from Court House; 2-story mansard brick dwell
ing. 8 rooms, gas, water, etc: price, $2,350: easy
terms: owner must sell. SAilUEL W. BLACK
CO., 99 Fourth ave. fe26-79-TT
East End Residence. t
FOR SALE-CENTER, .NEAR AIKEN AVE,,
new house, late style; well planned and
built (10 rooms): late Improvements; Just finished.
W. A. HERRON A SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. "
FOR SALE-StOOO WILL BUY A NICE HOME
In the East End, and near the cable and rail
road, 6 rooms, batb, natural gas and large lot;
terms reasonable; call at office and see photo.
BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. fe288-TTS'
TTOR SALE- 2-STORY FRAME SLATE ROOF,
j.- uweiung in &asi iu, near siauon; cny water
and gas, bath and all conveniences; tile hearth In
parlor; natural gas; HOOO; payments to suit In
quire MORRIS & FLEMING, 108 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-AT fS,0O IF SOLD IN THE NEXT
few days, at Oakland, fronting Firth avenue,
(excellent business location), lot 22x127 ft., paved
alley In rear-good brick dwelling, 6 rooms, (easily
converted Into a store) : terms reasonable. W. A.
HERRON i, SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. fe27-4S
FOR SALE-tlS.000: ONLY 8 MINUTES' OF
Shadyslde station, a desirable residence,
good style; 10 rooms: late Improvements; beauti
fully located; lot 70x300 ft., fronting 2 streets, on,
Cuter avenue, in the midst of fine residences. W.
A. HEBKON i, SONS, 80 fourth avenue.
FORSALE-THE LATEST STYLE HOUSE, S
rooms, with bath; large pantries, porches
and an extra fine finish throughout, with a lot
50x110 feet, on- Mellon St., 4 squares from Cable
line and Roup station; price, HOOO, and terms to
suit. MELLON BROS., 6349 Station St., East Lib
FOR S A LE-S3, MO-JUST ONE M1N UTE FROM
Fifth avenue cable cars, on a good street and
convenient to E. E. station a pretty frame dwell
ing of 6 rooms, hall and vestibule, nat. and art.
gas, water, screens for windows and doors, front
yard; choice location and special bargain. BLACK
Ss BAIRD, 95 Tourth avenue. feS-49-D
FOR SALE-WK CAN SELL YOU AN EAST
END residence for SSOOcaih, and will make
payments on balance like rent; this Is a brick
dwelling situated on South Hlland ave,, and on
line of new cable cars; has every modern con
venience, and will be sold. If taken at once, very
cheap. BLACK A BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
f eS-52-6, 8, 9, 12, 14, 16, 19, 21, 23, 28, 2S
FOB SALE-84,250 WILL BUY A MEADOW
street dwelling of 8 rooms, nicely arranged;
hall, vestibule, laundry In cellar, front and back
porches,. range, bathroom, hot and cold water,
natural and artificial gas, slate mantels and nice
chandeliers: this is only 8 minutes' from Liberty
station.- BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth avenne.
station, handsome new Queen Anne brick.
dwelling, 12 rooms, reception hall, nice pantry.
range, bath, laundry with stationary tubs, house
wirea ior eieciric lignn
, Inside w. c, slate roof.
large porches, 13-tnch walls, good sewersLlot50x
150 feet: convenient to both cable lines andP.R
R. ; one of the most desirable residences In the E.
E.; price only tlLOCOj terms to suit. BLACK ft
BAIRD..S5 Fourth ave. , , fe2I-97-D
FOR 8ALE-J8.H-IF SOLD AT ONCE-ONE
'of the best locations In Oakland; a new
modern style brick dwelling of 8 rooms, hall,
vestibule, bath, two Inside w. c.'s, stationary
wasbstand, pantry between kitchen and dining
room, laundry, cemented cellar, sliding doors and
inside shutters; beautifnl slate mantels and tile
hearths: fine front and back porches; also, front
and back stairs: house papered throughout In the
most artistic manner: good sewerage. Iron fence,
cement walks, etc. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth
'ORSALE-5,000-HAZELWOOD, B. O. K.
JD R. elegant new Queen Anne style frame
dwelling, 7 largo rooms and 3 attic rooms, hall,
hath, hot and' cold water, sliding doors, inside
shutters, nat. gas, slate mantels, etc.;' lot 49x303
ic; oniv i minutes' waic irom juanon station,
SAMUfiL W. BLACK 4 CO., 99 Fourth ave.
T710B SALE-GLENWOOD, JHE MOST CON
JP VENIENT suburb or the city; only 12 min
utes by the B. & O. : 24 trains a day each way;
building lots for sale near the station at (300, f ICO,
1500, KOO, poo, fSOO, 11,000, according to location
and she oflot: terms to suit purchasers. GEORGE
C BURGWIN, Attorney at Law, 150 Fourth ave.
TJiOB SALE-ONLY 2,CO0-BRICK HOUSE; 5
A' rooms and attic; water and sewers: on La-
cock St.. near Federal st.
Federal st., Allegheny,
TTIOR HALE-ON WESTERN AVE.. NEAlt
Jj Fulton St., house 10 rooms; modern Improve
ments; lot 29x125; price 17,500.
D. 1LHUN, 55
Federal St., Allegheny.
FOB 8ALE-ON CEDAR AVE:. ALLEGHENY
CITY, brick house of 12 rooms; lot 20x19311.,
with stable; price low and terms easy. W. A.
HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth ave. ' fe26-92
FOR SALE-12,750 (FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY),
buys 5-room brick ou paved street near P. V.
cars, Second ward, Allegheny; a bargain. BAL
TENSPERGEB A WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-ON EASY PAYMENTS, FOUR
new, 6-room bouses, 'with bathroom, w. c
natural and artificial gas; lot 33x100. or larger. If
desired: situated on line of Perrysvllle Ave. Elec
tric road, inquire of J. A. McKEE. 708 Penn
are., Penn building, room 611. Ja31-72-iT8
FOR SALE-I12.000-SUBURBAN RESIDENCE
of Mrs. Eliza A. Cooper, West End avenue.
New Brighton road: lot 90x160; brick double
house, 12 rooms and attics. A. LEG GATE
SON, 31 Federal st., Allegheny. fe28-l
FOR SALE KNOXV1LLE, K1CJHT AT TER
MINUS of electric road and street car line, a
2-story brick of 4 rooms, slate mantels, tile
hearths, city water, nat. gas; lot 25x100; prlceonly
S2, 500; bargain. BLACK BAIRD, 95 Fourth
FOR SALE-CHEAP, AND ON VERY EASY
terms, new 5-room frame dwelling (good
style); ball, porches, water and both gases, at
WestBellevue. P., Ft. W. &C. R. R.;a lovely
home. BALTENSPEKGER & WILLIAMS, 1&
xuuxtu avenue. 162o-t2
TTIORSALE-Ji ACRE OF GROUND 1IEA1ITT.
JD FOLLY located at Evergreen Hamlet, wltli
s-roomea irame aweiung consc. cellar under
same, good water, large lot of fruit trees on samfc:
can be bought cheap. 'Inquire fori month on the
premises,. W. S. MARSHALL, or of W. A.
YOUNG. 54 Grant ave., MUlvale borough, Pa.
FOR SAL15-TWO ACRES OF LAND AT
Howard Station. P. V. and C. railroad,' with
fine house, containing seven rooms, water In
kitchen, spring-house, grapery, fruit trees, etc.
Tnis beautiful place Is located In what Is common
ly called Forestvllle, and only about 'five miles'
Jroin the city, and cost only ordinary? car fare.
This place will be sold at a great sacrifice. If sold
soon, or will rent the same reasonable. Apply
boou vu u.s.iuuiii, i(2i uarson street, smiin
FOR SALE-VERY DESIRABLE $UBURBAN
home, with stable and two acres or ground,
nicely laid off in walks, flowerbeds, shrubbery,
etc.: on line of elitrln rnrr ifirvWvm v a I.
- legheny: bouse contains 11 rooms and 1 small
room, fitted up with shelving sultablefor stdrage
and clothes room, also bathroom, w.tc., natural
nnn ttVffflM1 fra anil mIIw m. (I.i.Um.I.1.11..
...... ... ......... ftwJ um i.i.j novel, uiu, i;uiuuiuiii&
the- advantages of the country and' all con
veniences of the city. Jn quire of J. A. McKEE,
TOSPennave,, Penn building, roomCll.
FOR SALE-OB TO LET-ONE OF THE 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 bouse: the grounds
arc very beautiful and well supplied with Choice
shrubbery, rrult and ornamental trees; the whole
will be sold, with from I to 5 acres of ground, at a
very moderate price. KN OX VILLE LAND IM
PROVEMENT CO., 85 Knox avenne. Kiioxvllle
T70RSALE-AHOMEIN THE COUNTRY AT1
X Bellevue, Neville station, new frame house
of 8 rooms and mansard; hall In center,-upstairs
,and down: front building 40x19, hack 40x20, front
porch 36x7Ji. side porch 40x5J4:hot and coldwater.
bath. .fine santtaryw. c, stand, etc: natural and
Illuminating gas: flnogss fixtures and newel It.:
house Is grained throughout, slate mantels and
stone hearths In every room: well supplied with
psntrlesjand closets: lot 20x230, with stable, feed
house, cnlcken house and other rooms, all under
one roofilarge and small fruits ot all kinds Inst in
bearing: For terms and price inquire at 32 WEST
vr t iti'-11" O0OT w AuegnenyjieaungLO'
r , i ja
FOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
OR SALE BEAUTIFUL SUBURBAN,
dwelling with 3K acres land: one minute
from Edgewood station, IV R. R-: 10 rooms, halls,
porches, water, natural gas, carriage house, good
stable, fruit and shade trees In abundance: price
(16,000, one-third cash, balance to snlt purchaser.
E. D. W1NGENROTH. 100 Fourth ave. fe26-51-TT
East End liora.
IOR SALE-SPECIAL BARGAIN-LOTS ON
Linden ave., fc. 1, rociauit.: onry$ a ii-j
traded: street sewered and pared. BLACK
A BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
OR SALE2 CHOICE. BUILDING LOTS' ON
Wood street, each 80x550. Villa Placn plan.
Brushton station. Secure.plan from JOHN h.
BAXTER, Agent, 612 Smlthfield St. re24-63-MThS
IOR SALE-TWO CHOICE LOTS ON STAN
TON avenue, near Hlland ave.. each 40x100
teet to 20-foot alley ; price reduced to B per foot
BijAUK &BA11U, 95 i our in ave.
FOR SALE-THREE ACRES OF BEAUTIFUL
land on Stanton ave., near Hlland; situation
unsurpassed.' fine fruit and shade trees: price and
terms reasonable. Inqnlre, of D. C. NEGLEY,
6106 Penn ave., East End. " Jal9-12-rrs
lOK SALE-CHOICE LOTS, AT DALLAS STA
TION, P. R. It., convenient to steam and
,trar! rhran and on easv terms, situation
street cars: cheai
and on easy terms, situation
nnsnrnassed: nrice ranging from WOO to 1600. In-
6106 Penn ave., East
FOR BALE-CHEAPER THAN RENT-FOUR
large building lots, only 2 squares from Boule
vard place and Torrens station and near cable
line; you can make your own terms and we will
help you to build: price 8550: come and see us or
write for list. MELLON BROS., 6349 Station St.,
East Liberty. fe27-4t-Ths
FOR SALE-(99)-PARK RESIDENCE SITES;
one or more lots 21x80 on North ave. ; fine op
portunity to acquire choice building sites without
Saying for valueless old buildings; terms to suit.
AS1ITEL W. BLACK & CO.. 99 Fourth ave.
SALE-ONE TO THREE ACRES OF
nicely located ground at
Kmsworth. P.. Ft.W.&
EU K. it., wim orwuuoui
Improvements; will be sold at a bargain. BLACK
& BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
fe7-99-8, 9, 12,14,16, 19.21, 23, 26, 28
FOR SALE-MANUFACTURING STrE-THE
property bounded by Rebecca and Sturgeon
streets and South and Allegheny avenues. Alle-
f;heny City; streets all paved and sewered; large
ronclad building; with lot of machinery, etc.;
good faculties tor snipping eitner in car-ioaas or
TIRE, 412 Gl
For particulars Inquire of D. R. McIN-
rant st., Pittsburg. re24-6i
FOR SALE-CHEAP-FARM 70 ACRES, GOOD
7-room house, barn, orchard, etc., .4 miles
from Rochester; price 3,000; also 50 acres, house,
barn, fruit, etc., level land, 5inlles from Rochester,
for 82,000; 120 acres level land, 6-room bouse, barn,
orchards, etc., adjoining Beaver; mnst sell; price
S100 per acre. Send for big farm and exchange
list. N. F. HURST, Real Estate Agent, Rochester,
FOR SALE-FARM: ATA BARGAIN-DAIRY
and truck tarm, 60 acres. Including line two
story dwelling, 8 rooms, stable and sprlngbouse;
8 acres In orchard, apples, pears, cherries,
quinces, grapes, etc.; well and spring water soft;
one-half the property Is rich bottom land: the
whole underlaid with 9-foot vein of coal; situated
on Plum Creek Branch,-A. V. R. H., one mile from
Verona, Allegheny county; convenient to Pitts
burg; this is a splendid property, and will be sold
cheap on easy terms. Inquire MORRIS k FLEM
ING, 106 Fourth ave. fe26-33-TT8
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-SHOE STORE, WITH OR WITH
OUT stock; price reasonable. For full par
ticulars, address Mrs. AGNES HORN, 72 Southern
ave., Mount Oliver, Pa. fe2S-57
FOR SALE-1N THE C1TY-A NO. 1 BUSINESS
Job printing office and stationery store do
ing an excellent business. Particulars from
ALEXANDER & LEK, 313 Wood St. fe2t-0-ThS
FOB SALE-J1.000 WILL PURCHASE A HALF
Interest in an established printing business:
none but a good office man need apply. STUAUB
& juuHiua, corner w ooa street ana j.uira ayenue,
FOR SALE-STORES, 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 ior
men or women. SREPARD A CO., 64 Fifth ave.
' Business Stands.
FOB SALE-BUSINESS SITE-OVER 100 FEET
fronting on Klveravenue, by 215 feet In depth;
two-story brick tannery covering nearly the
entire lot; will be sold cheap to quick buyer.
BL ACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth avenue. feU-lD
FOR SALE-FIFTH AVENUE, OAKLAND,
between Meyran ave; and Atwood St., a first
class business location; lot 22x127 ft. ; a good brick,
house of 6 rooms: a bargain Is offered If sold at
once. AV. A. HEREON & SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
OR SALE-$3,500-VALUABLE BUSINESS
lot on Beaver avenue. Allegheny, near car
staoies; uweiuugnow on premises,, wnicn coma
be remodeled; no better opening In the two cities
for a bakery. STRAUB A MORRIS, corner Wood
street and Third avenue, Pittsburg. fe28-76
FOR SALE-0)"-WABEHOUSE PROPERTY
on Church ave., near Sandusky st., Alle
gheny, frontage of 40 feet on the railroad and 80
feetlndenth: fine location for business reaulrlnr
a railroad siding; we have sold three of these
properties In this block within a year. SAMUEL
. BLACK A CO.. 99 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Machinery and Metals.
T710RSALE-2 HORIZONTAL ENGINES, 18x22,
Ball engine, 1 smill dynamo and 2 lamps and
lers, reuueriug iteiues, etc. v.ca.LXjdE
MCDONALD, Tenn ave., cor. Thirty-second St.
FOR SALE-NEW AND SECOND-HAND
machinery; engines from 4-horse power up,
bollersl pumps, etc.; call or write for prices.
FAHEY ft PFALLER. Faber and Washington
sts., near Union depot. ap24-vK,S-TTS
JD fromfjOO, ir.OOO, SLSOOand upward, bearing
8 per cent interest, approved by attorney. These
mortgages are nearly all purchase money mort
gages. An excellent Investment for anybody.
Apply too. B.TOUDY.J721 Carson street South
PERSONA L-BOOKS WANTED-IF YOU
have, one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth iLOOCvlet ns know: we will buy one as
quickly' as the other. LEVI'S BOOK STOKE,
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. fe20
PiERSf)NAL-YOU WILL BEA LONGTIME
,dcsd. but a short time alive, so benpand
make tlie best of It; see tbat vour wearing apparel
always hooks neat and tidy. DICKSON, the
Tallor.for 65 Fifth avenue, corner Wood street,
secondBoor, makes a specialty of fine cleaning
and repairing: give him a trlal.Telenhonel558. lag
TICE TO BOSS BAKERS OF-PITTS;
3URG. AUechenvand surro undine towns.
that the employment bureau of the National
Bayers Union So. 27,has removed from Jeffer
sonHall, Allecn'eny; to corner of Fifth avenue
and Smlthfield street, Pittsburg.
ntranco on tilth avenne, opposite Kanf-
CO'TJNTY COMMISIONEES' OFFICE, I
I llllODUAU, J.-CU. 1U, HW. ,
PHB COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WILL
hold anneals on the following: named
istrlcts aa follows, to-wlt:
Thursdav. February 2?. Patton township.
By order of County Commissioners.
R. B. MERCER,
GEO. Y. McKEE,
P. W. S1EBERT. Clerk. fe21-14
PROPOSALS FOR MINERAL OIL.-JEF-FKRSON
VILLE. Ind., February 7, 1889.
Healed proposals. In triplicate; subject to usual
conditions, will be receivedhere until 11 o'clock
A.Sf, (central standard time), SATURDAY,
March 9. 18S9. and then opened, for furnishing
at this Depot 100,000 gallons of Mineral Oil, of
135 flash test, in cases ot two 'five-gallon cans
each. Proposals for delivery of the oil at other
points will be consideted. The Government re
serves the right to reject any or all nropos ils.
Preference will be given to articles of domestic
production, conditions of quality and price (in
cluding in the price of foreijn productions the
duty thereon) being equal, and such preference
will be given to articles of American produc
tion produced on tbe.Pacific coast to extent of
tho consumption required by the public service
there. AH information furnished on applica
tion to this office. Envelopes containing pro
posals should be marked "proposals for Mineral
Oil," and addressed to undersigned. HENRY
C. HODGES, Assistant Quartermaster Gen
eral. U. S.Army, Depot Quartermaster.
-VTOTICE-A. O. U.. W. MEMBERS OF
i .General Custer Lodge No. 118, are re-
aucstea to assexnoie ac meir nair on luuxur
AY, February 23, aU o'clock, to attend.' the
funeral oi onr late Brother R. J. Fleming.
Members of sister lodges arc cordially invited.
By order, W. H. MUHL, M. VV.
Attest: THOS. SIMPSON, Recorder.
The Chabtiebs "Valley, Gas Company, I
Corner Wood st. and third ave., f
Pn-rsBUBO, Pa.. Dec 31, 18S8.J
XT OTICE A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
11 stockholders Of this company will bo held
ax the office ot the company on Wednesday,
March 8,1880. at 2 o'clock p.m., to take action
onl the recommendation by the Board of Direct
ors, to issue bonds to; the amount of $1,000,000,
secured by mortgage upon the property of the
company, being for the funding of the debt ot,
saia company, x. i, tstasia, oewewrjr.
mo LET-8-ROOM DWELLING, NO. 4115
JL Bntler St., City; rent $30 per month. GEO.
JOHNSTON, Agent. 62 Fourth ave. fc27-0
TO LET-NO. 179 THIBD AVE., 10 ROOMS:
. late Improvements: first class order: f7S per
month. W. A. HEREON A SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
TO LET-10-EOOM HOUSE. COR. CHAUNCEY
and Wylle avenne: rent $33 33 per month;
large lot. GEO. JOHNSTON, Ag't., 62 Fourth
ave. ' fe27-S0
TO LET-10-ROOM DWELLING AND STABLE
ou Fourth avenne. near Smlthfield st. ut portion,
of It is well adapted for offices, and the remainder
for boarders and lodgers. C H. LOVE. 93. Fourth
TO LET-BRICK DWELLING HOUSE OF 6
rooms. No. 366 Webster avenue, near Devll
ller street, Keren th ward: rent only 114 per month.
Apply to ARCHIBALD WALLACE; No. 971 Lib
erty St., upstairs. fe23-78
TO LET TWO HOUSES ON FRANCES ST.,
between Wylle and Center aves., of 7 rooms
and hall; flted for natural gas; hot and cold water.
Inside w.c aud batb. front and back porch: rent
20 per month. Inqnlre or ffn. M. JOHNSTON,
on premises. fe2S-61
East End Residences.
TO LET-NO. 5604 ELLSWORTH AVENCE
flne new bouse, 8 rooms, late Improvements:
location first class: 2 squares of Roup station. W.
A. HERRON A SONS. 80 Fourth avenue. fe28-77
TO LET-NEAR FIFTH AVENUE CABLE
line and Roup station, several good houses
from 20 up to S45 per month. Call or send for list
free. W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
TO LET-7 QUEEN ANNE BRICK DWELL
INGS, Just finished, at Roup station, front
ing P. R. R.: 8 rooms, finished attic, batb, elegant
staircase, front and rear porches, natural gas,
complete sewerage, range, hot and cold water,
marble-top wasbstands, hardwood mantels with
cabinets, tile hearths, complete electric work; nice
lawn, largelot: rent K0: free rent to April 1- Ask
for REY.CHAPMAN HOUSES-,or call on BLACK
A BAIRD, 93 Fourth ave.
f el5-77-lS, 18, 20, 22, 23, 27, 2S
T7OB SALE-ONLY 81,000-HOUSE 2 ROOMS;
A.' lot 23U03 leet: on Asnton sw a,
53 Federal st., Allegheny.
TO LET NO. 103 FAYETTE ST., ALLE
GHENY good house, 8 rooms, besides batb,
range, washhouse, etc.; f400 per year. W. A.
HEREON SO NS, 80 Fourth avenue. fe2S-77
TO LET-NO. 82 8HEFFIELD ST., ALLE
GHENY, very desirable new brick bouse 8
rooms: late improvements: possession at once If
desired. W. A. HERRON A SONS; 80 Fourth
LET-HANl)SOME RESIDENCE, 10
rooms, with over an acre or ground, on
Linden avenne, electric road, bill district, Alle
gheny; beantlful outlook. A. LEGGATE A SON,
31 Federal St., Allegheny. feS-1
TO LET-ALLEGHENY HOU3ES-83 SHEF
FIELD street, 7 rooms,- 830; 3 Frazlerst., 6
room;, 823; 313 Sanduskvst., Brooms, (25: Harri
son St., 6 rooms, K0; Vlllls St., Nunnery Hill, 6
rooms, 115. A. LEGGATE A SON, 31 Federal St.,
TO LET-TEN-ROOM DWELLING" HOUSE,
No. 35 Washington St., Allegheny; heating
and artificial gas, hot and cold water, with bath
room, and one square ftom the parks: rent 850 per
month. Inquire of S. ARNOLD. 160 Fourth are.,
or 14 Union ave., Allegheny City. fe28-58
mOLET-AT INGBAM-TWO SMALLH0USE3
X 4andzroomseacn, witn 4 acres 01, ground;
rent 112 per month.
ueo. ouiiNaioi, Agent,
TO LET AT INGRAM -SEVEN-ROOM
frame house, with ten acres of ground; plenty
or fruit trees; rent 825 00 per month. GEO. JOHN
STON, Ag't., 62 Fourth ave. fe27-50
mo LET-AT IN GRAM-SIX-ROOM
house, surrounded by stfade trees, abont 10
minutes' from station: rent 1 15 per month. GEO.
JOHNSTON. Agent, 62 Fourth ave. fe27-)
mO LET-FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS.
JL with board, to gentlemen only. Apply at S9
ARCH ST., Allegheny.
Offices, Deik Room, &c
IO LET-SEVERAL VERY FINE OFFICES.
GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave.
a 10 LET-SECOND FLOOR.' 510 SMITHFIKLD
. st., one or two rooms. Inquire of A. M. A
J. B. MURDOCH, 510 Smlthfield St.
TO LET-SUIT OF OFFICES ON SECOND
floor No. 114 Fourth avenue, adjoining the
Dollar Bank: rent low. W. A. HERRON A SONS,
80 Fourth ave. te2S-77
TO LET IN THE McCANCE BLOCK,
Smlthfield, Liberty and Seventh avenue,
well-lighted offices, each room fronting on a prin
cipal Btreet; passenger and merchandise eleva
IO LET LABGE FRONT ROOM, SECOND
floor, 518 Smlthfield St., opposite City Hall
lng Dnquesne Hotel, with, cna
Dnquesne Hotel, with, chairs,
FLEMING, 10s Fourth
TO LET-THIRD FLOOR OF DIAMOND
National Bank building, cor. Fifth ave. and
Liberty St.; this large and well-lighted room
fronts on Fifth ave., Liberty and Union sts. ; use
of elevator. GEO. JOHNSTON, Ag't, 62 Fourth
TO LET -SINGLE AND CONNECTING
rooms in the Garrison buildings, cor. Wood
and Water streets, and Third ave. and Wood
6treet; also warehouse and basement No. 213
Wood St. Inqnlre at A. GARRISON FOUNDRY
CO., 10 and 12 Wood st, JalS-51
mO LET-NEW OFFICES: SPLENDID LIGHT.
a -xne uermania savings nana. a wooasc.
having changed the Interior or Its building by
addlngl3 large, airy and well-lighted offices, with
all modern conveniences, elevator, etc.
snees. elevator, etc.. offer the
same for rent at reasonable terms. Parties desir
ing a fine location should apply at once at the
mO LET-BUSINESS STAND ON
1 FIELD street
best location In the city: a
cesslble by all car lines,
Apply to 619 SJ1ITU-fe24-29
TO LET-BRICK STOREROOM. WITH 8
living rooms. No. 114 Frankstown avenue,
with small tenement house In rear: 130 per month.
MELLON BROS., 6343 Station Bt., E. Liberty.
TO LET-FINE STOREROOM, 287 OHIO ST.,
Allegheny, with plate glass front: first-class
business location; at present occupied as confec
tionery. Apply to J. H. AIKEN, 100 Fifth ave
IO LET-OUR 'TO LET" LIST, AS HERETO-
VIIRD! fsenorf tmyn nnr nffiM ts now nnb-
llshed every Wednesday and Saturday (without
expense to landlords) in The Dispatch only.
SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth ave,
ESTATE OF M. F. LUDWIG, DECEASED
Notice is hereby given that letters of
administration on the estate of M. F. Ludwicr,
deceased, late of the Seventh ward, City of Al
legheny, have been granted to the under
signed, to whom all persons indebted to said es
tate are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those having claim or demands'
against the same will make them known with
out delay. J. W. LUDWIG, 14 Federal street.
J. R SWEITZER. 96 Diamond street
T7STATE OF J. B. SWEITZER, DE
J2i CEASED Executrix's Notice Notice is
hereby given that letters testamentary on
the estate of J. B-Sweitzer, late of Allegheny
City, connty.of Allegheny, and State of Penn
sylvania, deceased, have been granted to the
undersigned, to whom all persons indebted to
said estate are requested to' make immediate
payment, and those having claims or demands
against the same will make tbem known with
out delay to MARY H. SWEITZER, Execu
trix, 81 Beech street, Allegheny. f e7-83-Th
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States, for the Western district of
Bovard, Rose 4 Company! Vn s .., .
and others r0, ?Z? xelm
The steamboat Mayflower. J i" "
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
has been appointed commissioner to report a
schedule for the distribution of the fund
realized from the sale of said steamboat, and
that he will act under said appointment at the
clerk's office of t aid conrt, at Pittsburg, Pa., on
THURSDAY, March H, 1889. at 2 o'clock P. H.
8. C. McCANDLESS, Commissioner.
Vf OTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
X application will be made to the Governor
of Pennsylvania on THURSDAY, March 21,
1889, by Allen Marthens, Frank Wilcox, Edwin
E. Little, Walter D. Uptegraft and Charles C.
Wolfe, under the general corporation act of
1874, and its supplements, for the charter ot an
intended corporation, to be called the Turtle
Creek Valley Electric Light Company, tho
purpose of which is to supply light and heat by
means of electricity to the public at and within
the townships of North Versailles, Patton,
Braddock and Wilklns, in the connty of Alle
gheny, and State of Pennsylvania, and for these
purposes to have, possess and enjoy all the
rights, benefitsand privileges of said corpora
tion act and its supplements.
DAiaELL, SCOTT & GORDON.
41 seventh avenne,
Telephone 1344. se5-n60-TTS
GEO. H. BARBOUR.
Surveyor, Draughtsman and Deslgnerot
Bridges Roof 9 and Mill Buildings,
I Room 62 Eisner Bulldlne. "
de!2-k66-D 64 FIFT AVENUE. Pittsburg.
,1 E, L1NKENHEIMER,
: ' architect;
545 Smlthfield street Pi'ttsburflr. Pa. Frefhelts
I Freuad Building,' moad floor, UWi.-a
k UCTION SALE AT
Dnquesne way, near PoIntbrldge-onFRXDAY, ,
juarcn i, ai 1x1 a. ji., iub luiiuniut
15 HEAD OF MULES;
From 14 hands high upward, and 4 years old '
npwara. au guaranteed ana wen utu&c.
Also, a herd of
Short; .Horn Durham Cattle, "i
Of the Rose ot Sharon family,
One bull, 3 years old.
One bull, 2 years old.
Two bulls, 1 year old.
Two cows and 3 heifers.
All good colon, and for Individual merit can"
not be surpassed, and in good breeding- condi-.
tion. Also, two fine welt-bred colts,whose ped
gree will be given day of sale. The above con
signmentls from Joe W. Savage, Ironton. O.
Will be sold to the highest bidder Np postpone
ment on account of weather,
f e27-22 J. A- McKELVY, Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE AT 3U MARKET ST, FRI
DAY MORNING.Marcn I, commeneingat
10 o'clock. Fine mahoeany, walnut, oak and
cherry chamber suits, folding beds, wardrobes,
dressers, washstands. bed lounges, cupboards,
desks, bedsteads, chiffoniers, bookcases, secre
taries, cheval and pier mirrors, center and ex
tension tables, sideboards, hall racks, chairs,'
rockers, 1 square grand piano forte, upright
Eiano, fancy rockers, easy chairs, fine pictures,
ronzes and ornaments, lace curtains, stair
pads, 'brussels, ingrain and rag carpet, Ih
noleum, rugs, clocks, decorated toilet ware,
lamps, glassware, drygoods, notions, tea,'
stoves, .trunks, easel, wraps, harness, bedding,
HENRY AUCTION CO.. LLM..
BYORDSROF THE CITY PROPERTY
Committee of the city of Allegheny, I
will expose at public sale on the premises, oa
TUESDAY, March 6, 1889, at 10 o'clock a; m,
building l6t cor. of Anderson and Lacocksts..
Fourth ward. Allegheny, on which Is erected a
s. two-story brick building, better known as tho
oiaiOiumDia engine nouse. inis property is
nsed as a business property at present. Terms
made known at safe. Particulars from A. J.
PENTECOST, Auctioneer aud Real Estate)
Agent. 413 Grant. Pittsbnrg. fe2647'
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Always open. Appointments first-classt
steam heat, sun galleries, eta
fe22-30 W. H. REYNOLDS. .
THE ELDREDGE, NO. 18 SOUTH CARO
LINAavetme, within three minutes' walk
to depot or beacb. Large cheerful rooms, ex
cellent table. Terms moderate. MRS. E. J.
ELDREDGE, Proprietress. f ell-3-D
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.-HOTELS, '
Boarding houses, cottages, lots and bath
houses to let or tor sale by L G. ADAMS & CO,
Real Estate Agents, Real Estate and Law
Building, Atlantic City, N.J. felt-6-D
ExcellentlocatIon;unobstructed ocean views;
Cuisine and appointments of the best. Steam
heat throughout the hotel. G. WATERS.
W. E. COCHRAN.Chlet Clerk. fel7-rrssu
ON ,THE BEACH.
Atlantic CrrY, N. J-
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
MOVED TO THE BEACH.
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED.
UNSURPASSED OCEAN VIEW.
Salt water baths in the house. Elevator.
fel6D E. ROBERTS & SONS. .
HOT SPRINGS, N. O.
MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL.
Flrst-elass in every particular. Steam heil.
Open Fires. Porches Inclosed in glass. Superb
Location. Ideal Climate far the debilitated.
Baths In Marble Pools. Finest in America;
Waters unexcelled anywhere in euritive power
or luxury. G. K. LANSING,
(Lata of Aster House, N. Y.) Manager.
RAND OPERA HOUSE EXTRA!
B. D. Wilt. Lessee and Manager.
Week Commencing Monday, March t. Matt'
nees Wednesday and Saturday. Tha,. .
Distinguished. Irish Comedian,
MR. JOSEPH MURPHY.1
Monday and Tuesday Nights,
Wednesday Matinee, Wednesday and Thur
Friday Night, Saturday Matinee and Nighty
GRAND OPKRA HOUSE
Supported by J. E. Studley.
ROMEO AND JULIET.
Week March 4-JOSEPH MURPHY.
MURRAY & MURPHY.
"OUR IRISH VISITORS."
Next week-'The Fugitive."
Every Afternoon and Evening, . .
TRUE IRISH HEART&
March -Palmer's "Danites" Co. fe3i-19-B
TJaRRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
To-night Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday. GUS HILL'S
WORLD OF NOVELTIES.
The Golden Boom. fe2i-21
Week of February 25 Welches, Charles and
Jennie: Millie Antoinette. George Derlous. Ad- "
miral Dot and others. Admission, lUc. Ones
from 10 A. M. until 10 P. ar. lea-a)
PIMM HAMRIDM COMPANY.:
Incorporated under act of April 29, 1S7L
CAPITAL STOCK $25,009
In 250 shares of the par value of $100 each.
MR. W. G. McCANDLESS,
MR. F. T. TORRANCE,
MR. TV. H. STOTZ.
OVER HALF CAPITAL- STOCK ALREADY
The attention of those wishing for a good in
vestment is called to this enterprise. The Stock
Subscription Book is now open and the names
of the subscribers therein include many of
Pittsburg's shrewdest, most successfnl and
most prominent business men. Early applies
tion In order to secure stock is necessary and
should be made to the undersigned, who will .
give fullest particulars relative to the project
FRED GOODWIN. Secretory.
Temporary offices: 123 Fifth avenne. city.
-HOUSESF OR ALL&-
3 rooms np to 10 rooms. In the beautiful y
borouen. 01 Knoxvuie, omy lft miles irom city ,
Beautifnl homes are sold on payments' the)
same as rent.
Byall means visit Knoxville before taking
your house for another year. Never have
there been such oppcrtnnitles for people to get
49-Take Southside cars to Twelfth street,
and ML Oliver Incline and Street Railway, or
to Thirteenth street, and the Electric Railway.
OFFICE, 85 KNOX AVENUE,
fe8-57-TTflSu. KNOXVILLE BOROUGH.
CONSUME YOUR OWN GARBAGE -INy
j stoves ana ranges wnue using tne same ferj"
cooking, or any other purpose, by usteg tba -Eureka
Garbage Burner. For illustrative cr-" -'-'
cular, containing full information, call oa or' ',
address , ' .
63 East Diamond street,
Je5-n5T-TT3 , Allegheny. Pa.
WalterJ.osborse. Richard B&BBOwa.
BARROWS & OSBORNE
. WDJaaead street. -
Telephone No. 813 .'
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