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Blanchard Would Beturnj
lOld System at Once
Ee BelieTes in Giving the Weak Lines
TO STOP THE COMMISSION BUSINESS
Commissioner Blanchard, of the Central
Traffic Association, passed through the city
last night bound irom If ew York to Chi
cago. There will be a meeting of the "West
ern roads with the Joint Bate Committee in
Chicago to-day for the purpose of extending
the jurisdiction of the weighing and inspec
tion bureaus. Mr. Blanchanl is impressed
with the importance of the work, and he is
anxious to have the system extended.
On the question of commissions, he said:
"The only way in which commissions can
be abolished is to give the weaker lines a
differential rate. I believe in the old pool
ing system, and would go back to it to-mor-aw
if the law would allow it. "What harm
ould be done by submitting the plan of the
pool to a Governmental committee for their
approval? Some of the Senators
TEOPOSED SUCH -A- SCHEME
ben the commerce law was under discns
on. "What difference does it make whether
the roads divide the gross receipts among
themselves on a pooling basis, or make an
agreement to maintain rates?
"A few years aco the newspapers jumped
on the roads lor making pools. Now they
rake them over the coals for cutting rates
and not earning dividends. It shows that
the gentlemen of the press have good sense,
and are coming around to accept the views
of the railroad men held before the days of
the inter-State law. If a private citizen
makes a good Investment in real estate his
fellows sav he is a shrewd man, but if he in
vests in railroad stock, and it increases, the
newspapers denounce him as a robber. 'Tis
always so when a corporation is under dis
cussion. "It is not true that the Trunk Line and
Central Traffic Associations will be com
bined. There are too many railroads for
one organization, and the plan wouldn't
work. " The Central Traffic Association will
be continued, and there is no danger of it
collapsing. The roads are maintaining
rates, and I hope it will continue. One can't
tell what kind of a year this will be for
business. So much depends on the crops
ind the lake competition."
DECIDED STEPS TO BE TAKEN.
Chairman Blanchard hascalledameefing
of general managers to be held in New
York March C to consider the commission
question, or evil rather, as the Pennsylvania
officials would express it
An intelligent drummer who travels ex
tensively, remarked the other day that the
weaker roads could not exist without pay
mi; commissions, and it is useless to pass
prohibitory laws. Such laws would be un
constitutional anyhow as well as a deliber
ate attempt to check business by shutting
out the poorer lines.
Railroad men do not agree by any means
on this commission question. The Pennsyl
vania officials who would have everything
to gain and nothing to lose at the expense
of their weaker competitors, are rabid for
the abolishment of commissions.
Said a railroad man yesterday: "It is a
notorious fact that with all the other roads
fi ghting them, the Chicago and Alton made
a finer passenger showing last year than any
other road in the country, and the C. & A.
paid commissions, and is doing it now.
"The first year the Erie system abolished
the commission business the number of
passengers carried to New York annually
tell ofi 63,000. At 510 per capita, allowing
the agent the balance of the rate between
Chicago and New i'ork, they could hare
been $630,000 ahead. The expenses would
not have been increased. Instead of
their canr should have been crowded with
people. These passengers went to other
roads, the New York Central and the Penn
sylvania. Tis plain to be seen why the
latter roads are so anxious to down the com
mission system. When they have gobbled
the earth'they will be satisfied.
"Since the agitation against commissions
was started by Judge Cooley and some of
the larger line's, the system has been greatly
abused. It attracted into the business a lot
of disreputable brokers, who have taken ad
jutage of every opportunity to cheat the
public as well as the railroads. The time
was when the commissions were confined to
railroad men only. Now the roads by their
action have deprived honorable employes of
their just dues, and turned it over to the
scalper, "When the railroads paid commis
sions to their own men, it was seldom any
complaints were ntade.
"The employes were held 4ti a rigid ac
count, and if one was discovered cutting a
rate or giving a rebate he was fired bodily.
Xont you think it would be better to have
the. business conducted by men who can be
reached rather than by outsiders who can
snap their fintrers at the companies?
"What harm is there in payine a man a
percentage? It has been proven often that
he will do more and better work than a sal
aried employe. The weaker lines must have"
men to work ud trade for them or collapse.
"Yesterday the Ohio Legislature defeated
the 2-cent a mile rate for that State. If
ouch a law were passed the majority of the
roads in Ohio would not be able to hold up
under the strain. The Nypano, Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Dayton, Lake Shore and
Pennsylvania roads could stand the reduc
tion, but none of the others."
THE EXPLOSION WAS FATAL.
Sirs. Smith Dies at Tnrentnm oflhe Injuries
Mrf. Maria Smith, one of the persons who
was injured at the natural gas explosion in
Tarentum on "Wednesday, died yesterday
The Coroner held an inquest yesterday
afternoon and irom evidence given it ap
pears that the explosion was caused -by a
leak in- the main pipe of the Tarentnm
Heat and Light Company. The rest of the
people who were injured" will all recover.
- FOE BOARDING WOMEN.
A House la Presented to the Women's
Christian Association. '
llr. and Mrs. F. E. Brnnoi have pre
sented a house to the "Women's Christian
Association to be used as a boarding home
for women who are supporting themselves.
The deed is being made out now, and the
Association will take possession of the place
by the rst of April.
AS A AERYE TOMC
Use Horsford's Acid Phosphate.
Dr. S. L. Williams, Clarence. Iowa, says: "I
.ve used it to grand effect In a case of neu
algic fever, and in uterine difficulties. Also,
in cases wliere a General tonic was needed.
Por a nerve topic 1 think it is the best I have
ever usea, ana can reyunmena it most conn
dently." No Fictitious Values Here $1 23 India
bilks for 75c
Choice large, styles good, colorings both
light and dark. Come now for these bar
gains. Jos. Hobite & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Big MarU-Dovrn Sale
to the big mark-down sale of clothing
for me and boys at the Hub. The people
WH never have another chance to buy
clothing at such low prices as we are offer
lag at this sale. "We want room and the
goods mnt be sold at the Boston Clothing
House, 439 Smithfield st.
Fixe watch repairing; lowest prices, at
Baueb-'s, No. 293 Fifth are. v?rsu
k J. i il TWts-A Lady's
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.. rin to compare notes
ie past in Pittsburg,
i and keen, interest in
among the middle
the subject yesterday,
jung, remarked that
ns of the old people as
;emed.neither so vivid
i rould have a right to ex-
. tlike men, anyhow,"
stimable critic; "they
ir observations of events.
, General Harrison at the
o.v. ,1 rememberl went there
as a child to a reption given for ladies and
children, and I certainly have had a clearer
picture of the scene in my mind than any J.
have read in the newspaper recollections so
"General Harrison was in the parlor or
the hotel facing Penn street, looking very
old and worn. He had a bine cloak, which
he kept around his shoulders. "We children
were very much impressed, by him. He
was very polite, but was either fatigued in
his right arm, from some cause or other,
as he asked us to shake his left hand.
"Then the great log cabin and hard cider
convention in Pittsburg was a big event for
the young people of those days. Many of
them must surely remember still how the
streets were thronged with country people
who came in by canal and boat it was be
fore the railroads and a much superior
class of people they were who came to con
ventions then than would be found in Pitts
burg on a political field-day now. There
were ever so many from Ohio, women as
well as men, taking an enthusiastic
part in the proceedings. I remember seeing
ladies from Ohio that day wearing strines
of buckeyes as necklaces. You can imagine
how quaint the scene would be in com
parison with what Pittsburg presents on a
thronged day now. The city was so new
and primitive then; the costumes of the
visitors were so different from those worn
now. During that convention every "latch
string" was out. It was understood that
visitors could go into any house and make
themselves at home. A celebrated French
man who happened to be in Pittsburg at the
time, on, going home wrote a book about the
United States, and therein sagely set down
that our people became insane regularly
every four years."
"And then." continued the fair informant
of The Dispatch, "I wonder how many
people remember clearly the details of Gen
eral Taylor's visit to Pittsburg. To this
moment I remember how, as a child, I was
dressed up it see the triumphal entry, which
was alone Penn street, bvwav of the Greens-
burg pike. I can remember the brass bat
tery, with the inscription that "it took nine
men to beat a Taylor." That was in allu
sion, you know, to'the Mexican "War, which
we thought a very big thing then. though,
distance and history have diminished its
proportions, its glory and its importance.
On those occasions "Wilkinsburg used to
send in showy processions, headed by two of
its best known citizens, riding upon hay
"How was Pittsburg in point of size
"Well, the best idea you can get of the
growth of Pittsburg was given me lately by
a lady who lived here (luring the War ot
1812. She was telling me of going out to
see a regiment reviewed going out along
wav, beyond wheat fields and orchards, po
tato fields, and away out. Finally I asked
her about how far the reviewing place was
from the Pointwhich was then the resi
dence part of the town. 'Oh,' said she, 'it
was away out to where the Fort "Wayne
offices now stand, that is to Eleventh street.
That was considered a long distance in the
suburbs in those days.' "
WHAT MIGHT HATE BEEN.
A Lady Drops 810 Instead of Tiro Cents In
a Besear's Tin Cop.
A blind colored man who squeezes out
"Sweet Violets" on a dismal 'accordion in
front of the new Government "building until
the statue of Mercury up on the third floor
makes faces at Venus, was making money
rapidly yesterday afternoon. He lost it
just as fast.
He was just at what used to be the sweet
part of it, and violets was stealing second,
when a philanthropic Fast Fnd lady
dropped two bright new cents in his tincup.
Vi was forgotten until the money was in his
The lady walked as far as the postoffice,
when she discovered she had lost two $-3
gold pieces. She concluded that she had
been, too generous, .and summoning Officer
Crossan, she returned to the colored man,
who was now "Climbin' TJp the Golden
Stairs." He allowed himself to be searched,
and the gold pieces were found. The phil
anthropic lady gave him two 25-cent pieces.
"When last heard of he was playing "Goldie,
Thou Art Gone, but Not Forgotten."
TO VALUE THAT LOCK.
Appraisers to View the Blonongahela Navi
Judge Acheson, of the United States Cir
cuit Court, yesterday made an order ap
pointing viewers and appraisers to report as
to the value of lock and dam No. 7 belong
ing to the Monongahela Navigation Com
pany. The viewers and appraisers appointed are
George A. Kelly, John Ml Sullivan, James
M. Bailey, S. S. Graham, James M. Clark,
John Dowlin and Alex. Nimick. The
time for meeting on the premises to make
the appraisement was fixed for March 21 at
10 A. M.
Be Did Not Like the School.
Boy Johnston, the little boy who, six
months ago, disappeared from his parents'
home, on Dinwiddie street, was found yes
terday to be in the care of Mr. Briggs, in
"Wilkinsburg. The boy said he went away
from home because he aid not like going to
Prohibition to be Discussed.
. A Constitutional amendment meeting will
be held to-night in the Fourth TJ. P. Church,
Allegheny, and prominent speakers have
promised to address the masses.
She Charges Him "With Perjury.
Rose Smith says that Louis Frank gave
false evidence in an assault and battery
case, and she suss him for perjury before
Babbit's Tbicophebous gives gloss,
silkiness, luxuriance and flowing wavy
beautv to the hair. r
Secure Your Parlor and Sleeping Car Ac
commodations To the inauguration via the Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad, 72 miles the shortest route.
Trains leave at7:00 and 1130 A. M. and 1020
P. M. Excursion tickets $9 00 the round
trip, good toreturnuntilMarchT, inclusive.
Dress Goods Department.
Plain, plaid and striped novelties at 50c
per yard. Entirely new effects'.
jiwfsu Hugtjs & Hacke.
Bich novelties in Armureand surah silks.
Plaids and stripes plain to match at $1 and
51 27 a yard. Htjqus & Hacks.
Scientific and electric massage applied by
L Munt, 806 Penn avenue. MOT
Digest Yonr Food
If yon want to be healthy. How can you if
your teeth refuse to do their work? Get them
pat in order by skilful dentists, and useSozo
dont to keep them right. Sozouont is the best
preparation for the teeth. frrsu
A NOYEL EXHIBITION.
The School of Design Tarns Out Wall
.Flowers in Sober Earnest.
OVER 300 AWARDED IN PRIZES.
Many of the Fair Artists Will Be Retained
SOMETHING ABOUT A NEW INDUSTRY
From time immemorial wall paper decora
tion has been followed in China. The very
same process is used to-day, as was prac
ticed when the world was hundreds of years
younger, with' the exception that the Mon
golian of to-aay. employs a continuous roll
of paper made by a European machine, in
lieu of the detached sheets of rice paper
formerly in vogue.
Messrs. Hughes & Temple, who are now
erecting a wall paper factory in Allegheny,
offered six weeks ago a series ot monetary
prizes to the art students of the School of
Design, for a competition in designs for
wall paper and decorations. Miss Hender
son, the talented principal of the school, ap
proved of the plan, and after six weeks
work, the designs were submitted, and the
prizes were awarded yesterday. From 60 to
60 designs were placed on exhibition.
The prizes offered consisted of three first
prizes of (50 each, and seven second-class
prizes. The judges were: G. C. Shidle,
Chairman; G. "W. Pusey,"W. H. Barker, A.
Clark Bane, J. P. Deihle ,& Son, "W. G.
Allej, J. Kerwin Miller, William Badcliffe,
J. SfSnively and. E. F. Graff.
POrNTKBS FOB ABT1STS.
The points considered in the designs were
their coloring, and .general poire. The
judges awarded the first prize to Miss Mand
Palmer. It was of a geometrical character,
or a modern Italian of scroll treatments in
No. 2- was of "a conventional character,
and consisted of a heraldic drawing, both
pleasing in form and the distribution of
color. Miss Cora Bichards was the designer.
The young lady was also fortunate enough
to capture one of the second prizes.
Mias L. McKnight was the winner in the
third first-class prize. Her design was a
specimen of the naturalesque treatment,
with the circular strap.motive.
The second prizes were awarded to Miss
Jennie McMasters, whose designs was very
attractive; Miss Bessie Young, a pretty de
sign in Japanese work; Miss Bertha Gill,
Miss Laura Dummett, Miss Florence Fast
and Miss Mary T. .Patterson, whose work
deserves much praise.
EVEBYTHIN G WAS FAIB.
None of the contestants work was known
by the committee, as each design was num
bered. The work-of the unsuccessful com
petitors, -war good, but not quite equal to
the winners of toe-prize.
The firm of Hughes & Temple is now
erecting a wall paper factory in lower Alle
gheny. It is the first that has ever been
established in the city and is one of the few
outside of the city of New York, which has
until lately, had the monopoly of wall pa
per lactones and decorative work.
Several of the youngladies at the school
are retained as artists for the firm. Em
ployment will be given a number of other
designers, as well as a small army of em
ployes about the new factory.
THE ROSE OP JERICHO.
A Peculiar Plant Is Presented to the Botan
ical Society Other Odd Gifts to the
members Last Night,
A meeting of the "Western Pennsylvania
Botanical Association was held in the parlors
of the Pittsburg Library Association last
evening. Dr. Ziegler, of Allegheny, pre
sented the society with a valuable collection
of Alpine plants. He made a few informal
remarks as to where the plants were found,
their growth, and their peculiarities. A
large collection of Bocky Mountain plants
were also prespented by the learned botan
ist. Miss Jennie "W. Jeffrey, presented an
interesting collection of Atlantic seacoast
flowers to the society.
The most interesting and valuable plant
received last evening was the Bose of Jeri
cho. One of its botanical names is Anastati
ca, the other Hioerochuntica. It may be
said here that the flower is much prettier
than its name would imply, and fully sub
stantiates the old saying about roses smell
ing sweet under any name. The plant was
given to the societyby Dr. T. L. Haggard,
who received it from a Persian traveler.
The flower is a peculiar one. When dry
weather is prevalent, it wraps itself into a
ball, and is to all appearances dead. The
wind blows it from the stalk, and it goes
bounding along the plains in an erratic
course until it reaches a moist spot, where
it unfolds its leaves, drops its seeds and a
garden of roses soon appears.
Colonel T. P. Koberts presented the Pres
ident of the society, Dr. "William K. Ham
ilton, with a gravel made of hard Brazilian
wood. A section of the Black Palm tree
was also presented to the society by him.
This tree grows in South America. Mr. C.
H. Beadle presented a collection of Texas
and other Southwestern plants.
The early part of the evening was spent
in discussing. the formation of these plants,
and in pointing out their interesting points.
The talks were by the members ana were
Prof. B. H. Patterson, of the P. C. H. S.,
read a paper upon "Indigenous Mosses of the
United States.' His talk was interesting
to botanists,displaying the speaker's knowl
edge of the higher departments of botany.
At the business meeting held during the
evening, Messrs. N. L. Scaife, Joseph
XllCESOa ana u luiuui ti. .u.euueuy were
elected to membership. Bev. Hubert Bex
Johnston was proposed for membership.
. An Inveterate Runway.
For about the hundredth time little
Amos Curly has run away from his home
at 84 Alpine avenue. This time he took
all his clothes, while at other .times he took
scarcely any. His fond mother promises
to send him to the Beform School if he but
i Fob pain in the side, back and limbs,
I .?. A4.A )j GfllvtnliAH 1 Oct
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$9 00 the Bound Trip to the Icnnicnrntlon
Via Baltimore and Ohio Bailroad, 72 miles
the shortest to Washington, D. C. Trains
leave at 7.-00 and 1150 a. h. and 1050 P. m.
Secure your parlor and sleeping car accom
modations at once.
Is order to prevent any misunderstand
ing by the general public, it has been ar
ranged that the Pennsly vania Bailroad Com
pany will run through parlor cars and
coaches on their morning trains, leaving
Pittsburg at 8 A. M., on Friday, Saturday
and Sunday, to accommodate the many peo
ple who intend to participate in the cere
monies attending trie inauguration of President-elect
Harrison. The Pullman palace
cars are of the finest construction; the
coaches are Eastlake, and superb in their
Everv arrangement is being made to ac
commodate all applications for seats on day
light trains and for "berths in the sleeping.
cars at mgnt. Jiue evening trains leave m
cioanaar. m. J.ne jure lor we ruum
trip is 59; tickets for the return trip an
good until March 7, with privilege of sto;
over at Baltimore in eitner direction, ee
in the parlor cars and berths in the slei
ine cars can be seenred at ticket officesin
Union station or 110 Fifth avenue.
Invalids call at 1102 Carson st. and be
rnnwl fraA nf r BULrfffl.
A T&CBNIOAIi .EXHIBITION.
Architect of he CitTv Sfaovrinc Some of
Their finest Drawings.
An exhibition of architectural'drswings,
consisting of water colors, sketches, per
spectives, elevations, etc, was opened in
the rooms of the "Western Pennsylvania
Association of Architects, at their rooms in
the Penn 'building, on Penn avenue. The
Work is excellent, and consists of the draw
ings of some of the finest private residences
and business blocks in the city, some of
which are soon to be erected.
The principal contributors are Messrs.
George Orth, Fred Saner, Joseph Anglin,
Joseph Stilburg and S. F. Heckert The
exhibition will continue during the re
mainder of this week, and the rooms will
opeded from 10 A. ji.' to 5 P. if. Admission
Will Take nn Aerial Boute.
A Fifth avenue cable car and a loaded
wagon collided at the corner of Fifth avenue
and Dinwiddie streets yesterday morning.
The horses of the wagon were more or less
injured, and the cable car was damaged and
windows smashed, bnt no human being was
hurt in the collision". The farmerwho drove
the wagon says he will pass through the
city in a balloon hereafter.
SEALED PROPOSALS, ADDRESSED TO
Rev. A. A. Lambing, "Wilkinsburg, Pa.,
and indorsed "proposals," will be received till
MONDAY, March 11, 1889, at noon, for the
erection of ainck church and school building
on lots of St. James' congregation. Wilkins
bnrg. Plans and specifications can be seen at
the pastor's residence. Bonds will be required
for the faithful performance of the work. The
committee reserve the right to refect any or all
bids. A. A. LAMBING,
mhl 63 Pastor.
Office of the "Westmokelaud and'
cambbia Natural Gas Company,
43 Sixth Avekue.
Pittsburg, February 28, 1859.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OP THE
stockholders and the election of Directors
to serve for the ensulnc year will be held at the
office of this company on TUESDAY, March
12, 1889, at 3 o'clock p. M.
mal-9-p R. MACKENZIE. Secretary.
IN THE COURT OP COMMON PLEAS NO.
1, of Allegheny county, No. 518. Marcn
term, 1888 Commonwealth ex reL va Elizabeth
Dean. The undersigned gives notice that be
has riled his final account as committee on
above matter and the same will be allowedly
the Court on Saturday, March 11, 18S9, unless
causo to the contrary bo shown. A. M. MAR
SHALL, Committee. fe8-25-F
ADMINISTRATION NOTICE ESTATE
of Eccles Robinson, deceased Notice is
hereby given that letters ot administration
upon the above-named estate have been granted
to Letitia Robinson, and all persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make immediate
payment, and those having claims against the
same will make them known without delav.
Or her attorney in fact, F. E, MOORE No.
63 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. mhI-7-F
JN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States, for, the Western district ol
B0T"J'anlS3hieiS0mPanyl Jgg Term
The steamboa Mayflower. dn admiralty.)
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
has been appointed commissioner to report a
schedule for the distribution of the fnnd
realized from the sale of said steamboat, and
that he will act under said appointment at the
clerk's office of said court, at Pittsburg, Pa., on
THURSDAY, March 14. 1889. at 2 o'clock P. M.
8. C. McCANDLESS, Commissioner.
Department of Public Works, (
Pittsburg, February 28, 1589. (
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TEAT THE
Viewers' reports on the construction ot
sewers on Erin street, from Webster avenue to
Wylle avenue, and Reed street, from Miller
street to Colwell street, have been approved by
Councils, which action will be final, unless an
appeal is filed in the Court of Common Pleas
within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
TO JOB PRINTERS-SEALED PROPO
SALS will be received up until March 5,
1SS9, at 3 o'clock p. Ml. for the printing and
binding for the several departments of the city
government for the ensuing year. Blanks for
bidding and Information furnished on applica
tion to the office of the City Controller. Bonds
to bo furnished as required in specifications.
The right to accept or reject any or all bids re
served. E. a MORROW, Controller.
Department of Public .Works,!
Pittsburg, February 28. 1889.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
reports of Viewers on the opening of
Carnegie street, from Fifty-second street to
McCandless street, and Kent alley, from Stan
ton avenue to Fifty-second street, have been
approved by Councils, which action will be
final, unless an appeal is filed in the Court of
Common Pleas within ten (10) days from date.
, KM. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
Crrr Treasurer's. Office,
Municipal Hall, Smtthneld street. (
NOTICE IS HEREBY" GIVEN THAT ALL
owners .(whether residents or non-residents
of the city of Pittsburg) of drays, carts,
wagons, carriages, buggies, etc must pay their
license at this office forthwith. All licenses not
paid On or before first Monday in March, 1888,
will be placed in the hands of police officers for
collection, subject to a collection fee of GO
cents, and all persons neglecting to pay on or
before first Monday in May. 1889. will bo sub
ject to a penalty double the amount of the
license, to do recovcreu ueiuro me proper legal
authorities ot said city. The old metal plate of
last year must be returned at the time licenses
are taken out, or 25 cents additional will be
charged on the license. Rates of license: Each
one-horse vehicle, 16 00: each two-horse vehicle,
$10 00: each four-horse vehicle, S12 00; each four
horse hack, $15 00: omnibus and timber wheels
drawn by two horses, $10 00. One extra dollar
will be charged for each additional horse used
In above specified vehicles.
J. F. DENNISTON,
feM-70-n City Treasurer.
11 RAND OPERA HOUSE-EXTRA!
VT E.D.WILT... Lessee and Manager.
Week Commencing Monday, March 4. Mati
nees Wednesday and Saturday. The
Distinguished Irish Comedian,
MR. JOSEPH MURPHY.
' Monday and Tuesday Nights, .
Wednesday Matinee, Wednesday and Thurs
Friday Night, Saturday Matinee and Night,
MURRAY & MURPHY.
OUR IRISH VISITORS."
,ek "The imgltive."
IRANI) OPERA HOUBE
jt I MARGARET MATHER,
Dupponea oy J. ix. ciuaiey.
WeeB March 4-JOSEPH MURPHY.
Every Afternoon ana Evening,
TRUE IRISH HEARTS.
March 4 Palmer's "Danites" Co. f e24.19-D
(ARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
lb.nlffht Matinees Tuesday. Thursdav and
Saturday. GUS HILL'S
J WORLD OF NOVELTIES.
The Golden Boom. f e24-21
7"eek of February 25 Welches. Charles and
until Asftllln aitn(naftA f3nnnn Hnvlnna A
airal Dot and others. Admission. 10c Onen
From 10 A. K. until 10 p. M. f e24-20
and other P., FtW.-itC. R.R. dwellings and
lots for sale and rent; low prices: send for list.
SAMUEL WTBLACKd: CO.,
Established 1878. 99 Fourth avenue,
1EO. H.BARBOUR. ,
, VLVUj liNUJN.lSEK,
lurveyor, Draughtsman and Destgnerof
onara xwoeb ana jhui unuaings,
Room 62 Eisner Buildtoe,
' f r
MSrJHspteg aOveriUemenU one dMar per
tquare or one tntcrUon. Classified Advertise
menu on thu page tueh at Wanted, tor Sale,
lb Xet, etc, ten cento per line for each truer-
tton, and none taken or leu than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
publio, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where "Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with Tns DIS
THOMAS McCAFKREY, 35g9 Bailer itreek
EMIL G. STUCKET, Zith street and l'cnft ave.
E. G. STUCKEY& CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton St.
N. STOKEUY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
J.W.VaLLACE, 4121 Penn avenne.
MCAX.LISTEK & SHElIiLER, Sth ay. & Atwood St.
JACOB SPOHN. No. 2 Carson street.
CHAS. SUHWABM, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAEltCHEU, S9 federal street.
H. 3. MCBKIUE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FEED H. EOGEHS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EOGE1W SON, Ohio and Chestnut its.
J. T. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHEN Br, Western and Irrrlnaves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PEBltYM.GLEtM. Rebecca and Allegheny ayes.
WANTEU-A GOOD WINDOW IBU1MKB.
FLEISHMAN A CO. mhl-32
ANTED-WOODWOHKER AT CENTRAL
CAKK1AGE WOKKS, 64 and 66 Twelfth st.
WANTED-A THOKOUGHLY COMPETENT
book keeper; no boys need apply. BOX 918,
Pittsburg, p. o. mhl-18
WANTED-HONEST AND WILLING 31AN
;' Llcht -work, steady employment nnd'good
wages. K.UNZ A CO., 62 Fourth ave., 2d floor.
WANTED-TWO YOUNG MEN WITH SE
CURITY. Apply at once at the NEWS
STAND, P. Ft. W. tCKlt. depot, Allegheny.
WANTED-SINGLE MAN TO TAKE CARE
of horse and cows; must understand gar
dening. GLO. W. SNAMAN, 138 Federal St., Al
WANTED -GLASS ENGRAVERS GOOD
and steady employment guaranteed. Apply
atonceor address WILLIAM JUESLING. 1219
Tenth ave., Heaver Falls, Pa. fe27-31
XTTANTED-BOOK CANVASSERS FOR OUK
TV great prohibition work; a bonanza for this
spring; irrlto for our extra inducements. E.
GATELY & CO., 10 and 12 Sixth st. . fe2-7S
TIT-ANTED THOROUGHLY PRACTICAL
it sheet roller whjcsn take care of a train
and turn rolls In housings. Apply SCOTTD ALE
IKON AND STEEL CO., LIM., Scottdale. Pa.
WANTED-AGENTS IN THIS CITY AND
outside towns to sell Dr. O'Keefe's pills and
bitters: steady work; can make $12to 18 per week.
DR. O'KEEFEACO., Homeopathic Chemists. 34
lifthave., Pittsburg, Pa. mhl-63
WANTED GIRL FOR KITCHEN. ALSO
one for chambermaid. Apply to HART
MAN BROS., 13 Carson St., H. 8. mhl-72
TTTANTED-A GOOD GIRL AS COOK; BEST
TT references required: l'rotestant preferred.
Apply, In afternoons, 192 BIDGE AVE.. Alle
-TTTANTED RELIABLE PROTESTANT GIRL
TV to nurse and assist with light chamber
work: references required. Call or address 5316
PENN AVE. mnl-23
WANTED FIFTEEN GUJLS TO PACK
crackers; girls of experience preferred; call
at once at the Keystone Biscuit Works, 94 to 100
Beech st,, Allegheny, Pa. THOS. B. HERD &
Mnlo and Peinale Help.
WANTED-ATONCE, A BAKER, COLORED
" liov. farm TiflnilL punk,. f.Timhrnitrfa
ljise, pantry and kitchen girls, child's nurse, SO
kjls for hotels. MEEHAJi'S, 845 Grants'. fe28-p
-TTANTEU 10 ENERGETIC MEN AND
TT women for the city and country as agents
for the Improved tailor system of dress cutting;
sells readily; no experience needed. Address
SUSTEM, Dispatch office. mtn-6l
T7-ANTED-LrVE MEN AND "WOMEN TO
TV engage in an easy, paying business al
home: can work daytime or evening and mace 50c
to (2 per hour; sure thing: sample and complete
instructions sent free Address WORLD SUP
PLY.CO., Rutland, Vt. fe25-l
WANTED-AGENTS ON SALARY: 173 PER
month and expenses paid any active man
or woman to sell our goods by sample and live at
home; salary paid promptly and expenses in ad
vance; full particulars and sample case free, we
mean Just what we say. Address Sl'ANDARD
SILVERWARE CO., Boston. Mass. fe!8-3-D
WANTED-SITUATION BY A MILLER,
widely experienced, temperate and respon
sible. Address MILLER, P.O.Ilox 898, Pittsburg.
WANTED-SITUATION -BY AN EXPERI-
ENCED nurse; bestrererences. inquire at
HOLLY TREE HALL, 123 Sandusky st. Tele
phone building, Room No. 1. mhl-33
WANTED POSITION BT A TOUNG MAN
as an assistant bookkeeper; two years' ex
perience; reference, J. C. Hill & Co., No. 109
Wood st. Address P. J., Dispatch offloe. mht-62
WANTED-POSmoiT BY REGISTERED
drug clerk In the country or city; have ex
perience In wholesale ana retail trade: can furnish
good reference. Address OPI1, 37 Anderson
St.. Allegheny. Pa. mhl-30
WANTED-A PARTNER WITH A CAPITAL
of (2,000 to invest In a flrst-class specialty.
Address IRON & STEEL, Dispatch office. le27-5
WANTED-A GOOD, ALL ROUND PRINTER
who understands Job and newspaper work
to buy half Interest In a paying country office;
?ood opening for right party: capital required,
rom goo to 11,000. Address REVIEW, room 204,
Penn building, Pittsburg. mhl-23
WANTED-IN A SUCCESSFUL MANUFAC
TURING firm in this city, a competent busi
ness man to purchase a l-5th Interest and take the
management of one of the departments: amount
of capital required fis.000: the business Is well
established and highly prosperous; present mem
bers of the firm are well known to ns and are
worthy ot Implicit confidence In every respect and
are strong financially: all communications and
conferences will be treated confidentially. J AS.
W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg.
WANTED-FURN1SHED BOOM FORTWO,
with or without board, near Observatory
Hill, Power station. Address H. M., Dispatch
in sums to suit, at VA, S and 6 per cent.
GRAEBINU & LYON, 135 Fourth ave. ap6-el-D
T7-ANTED-RENTS TO COLLECT; MONTH-
VV LY settlement .with Itemized statement.
BLACK & BAIRD, WFourth avenue. a23-a29-D
WANTEDMORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over M.00; 4 ner cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER & CO., 92 Fourth avenue.
-TTTANTED RENTS COLLECTED PROMPT-
VV LY; property managed with satisfaction.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
WANTED-MOBTGAGES-SUMS FROM 500
to (500,000 to loan at4K, S and 8 per cent.
J AS. W. DRAPE & Co., 129 Fourth avenue, Pitts
WANTED MORTGAGES, LARGE OR
small, a'.iX to 6 per cent, according to kind
and size of mortgage. W. A? HEBRON i SONS,
80 Fourth ave.
mhl-38-1. 4, 6, 8, 11,13, 15, IB, 20, 22,25.27,29
WANTED-TO LOAN 1500,00a IN AMOUNTS
of (3,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on i per cent, free of tax: also smaller
amounts at 5 ana 6 per cent. BLACK $ BAUtD,
95 Fourth avenue. se21-d26-D
VXTANTED-TO LOAN (200,000 ON MOBT
TT GAGES: (100 and upward at 0 per cent;'
(500,000 at 4H per cent on residences or business
property: also In adjoining counties. S. H.
FRENCH, 123 Fourth avenue. oc31-eS4-D
WANTED-MORTGAGES-M, COd; 000TO LOAN
on city and suburban properties at 4H, Sand
6 per cent, and on larms in Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 6 per cent; no money loaned out
of Pennsylvania, 1. M. PENNOCK & SON, 105
Fourth avenue. ap7-fll
WANTED-TO LOAN (100,000; TBUSTFUNDS
on mortgage 'at 5 per cent net In sums of
(5.000 and over, on real estate, exclusively in Alle-
fbeny County, also same amount on Pittsburg Na
lonal Bank stocks or collateral. HENRY A.
WEAVER & CO.. 92 Fourth ave. mhl-28
WANTEDPUBLIC TO TNUW THE ELITE
'GALLERY, M6 Market street, Pittsburg,
will make cabinets for (1 00 per dot., and show
roofs, until May It so come early; bring the
ttle ones; use elevator. feis-9
XT7-ANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
W TOGBAPHER. 96 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, erorybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets a: (1 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: instan
taneous process. mhl3-k27
WANTED-TO LEASE THE WARM SPRINGS
HOTEL and grounds) established In 1775; the
oldest, most historic and romantic summer resort
In the State of Pennsylanla; located five miles
from Huntingdon station, on the main line of the
Pennsylvania Railroad, Apply to M. MCNEIL &
CO., HuntiBgdou, pa, reM-iiMrwx
-TTTANTED-A. GOOD SECOND-HAND NO. 2
tY Remington typewriter. Address A- B. D.,
Dispatch omce. fs27-H
"TTTANTED-CONTBACTS FOR CLEAR LAKE
VV ice at lowest price, and shipments in car
lots during season as wanted. Address GAGEB
& CO.i'-Sandusky, O. fe27-17
-VXTANTED-A SECOND-HAND CLAY OR
TT ore pan. State price, condition, size of
pan. weight of wheels and where it can be seen.
F. B., Dispatch office. mhl.71
ANTED BUYERS FOR GOLD AND
silver) -watches, ch&rna. clocks, diamonds.
silverware, etc , at $1 per weefcr Rogers', knives
and forks tl 75 per set for cash. JOIlS MIISUH,
130 Federal st., Allegheny. fel7-ls-JtwTSu
WANTEU-EVEHYBODY TO KNOW THAT
H. Terheyden has laid In a large stock of
American watches, gold and silver, that he can
sell as low as the lowest; remember the place.
HENRY TERHEYDEN, UObmlthfleld St.
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
70R SALE-CHEAP. IF DISPOSED OF SOOK,
J No. IS Second avenue, a very desirable new
house. II rooms: lot 20x80 ft. W. A. HEBRON
& SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. fe2S-78-MWlbF
TTOK SALE-FOU S2.CO0-ON MONTHLY- 1N
Jt! STALLMENTS or (20, a good brick house of 6
rooms, bath, range, nat. gas: possession can be
had at once; No. SJ1 Plymouth St. ; call or send for
particulars. V. A. HEBRON & SONS, 80 Fourth
East End Residence.
FOR SALE-SOUTH HILAND AVENUE,
very desirable residence, 8 rooms; all con
veniences: lot 37KXH0 to alley: stable and sewer
connections. HENRY A. BREED, 316 Market st.
FOR SALE-S3,700-ON MEYRAN AVENUE,
2 squares from cable line, Oakland; bouso 6
rooms; lot 22x1(0 ft.: stable In rear; easy pay
ments. W. A. HERBON $ BONS, 80 FouTth
FOR SALE-(3,800, ON HAYS STREET, ONE
square from North Hi land avenue a beauti
ful 7-roomed residence: lot 3CKH00; all newly
papered; porches and cement cellar; a good bar
gain; come and examine. MELLON BROS.. 6319
Station St., E. Liberty. . fe23-26-MWP
FOR SALE-ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS--A
new houe with good lot In East End, near
railroad station; 6 rooms, hall natural gas, marble
mantels, porches, etc. etc.: price. tltOU; posses
sion given at once. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 123
Fourth ave., Pittsburg. mhl-52-D
FOR SALE-AN ELEGANT BRICK HOUSE OK
9 rooms In first-class condition; both gases In
this house, laundry and stationary wash tubs. w.
c, etc. ; lot 38 feet front, 120 feet In depth to a co
foot alley; situated 320 South Ulland ave , E. E.
inquire on the PREMISES. fell-M-TUF
TfOR SALE-ON EASY PAYMENTS-A NEW
Jj and complete East End residence: Just com
pleted; 9 rooms, handsomely finished and com
plete to small details: cor. lot 40X120 ft.; near
steam and cable cars; (7,500: call at once. V. A.
HERRON SONS,S0Fourchavenue. mhWG-D
FOR SALEDESIRABLE HOUSE. BEN VE
NUE PLACE, P. it. K., new Queen Anne
dwelling of 8 rooms, reception hall, bath. w. c .'
notches, laundry: all conveniences: large lot, Wx
120. with forest trees, ete.t pricereasonable; terms
to suit. BLACK & BAIBO, $5 Fourth ave.
FORSALE-A NICE QUEEN ANNEHOCSE1N
the East End; 5 minutes from railroad station;
6 rooms, with bath, w. c, natural gas, marble
mantels, hall, attic and cellar, porch front and
rear: everything In fine order andalmost new; Im
mediate possession. JA. W. DRAPE & CO., 129
Fourth are., Plttsbnrg. mhl-52-D
FOR SALE-PRETTY HOME IN THE EAST
End; street paved with asphalt: complete
sewerage; Queen Anno frame dwelling; reception
hall, range, bath, laundry with stationary tubs, 9
rooms, ptntry, furnace; lot 50x100 feet: close to P.
R. R. station; price 57,500: terms, (1,000 cash, bal
ance to suit. BLACK & BAIRD, 93 Fourth ave.
EOR SALE-SHADYS1DE RESIDENCE, ON
one of the finest streets between the station
and Fifth avenue cablo cars, complete In all its
appointments, with handsome grounds well laid
out with walks, drives, shrubbery, fruit and shade
trees: house has a rery commanding appearance;
has 17 rooms, 6 large fine rooms on first Boor, 6 on
the second floor and 5 rooms In attic; tbe laundry
Is complete; cellars are cemented: large furnace,
wide halls, natural gas all through, ample porches,
bay windows, etc.: also, stable for 3 horses; lot
1UQX-.XU ieei. inis is one or tne nest 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-MWT
FOR SALE ALLEGHENY DWELLING,
choice location. Third ward, new three-story
pressed brick, eight larxe fine rooms, bath, two
w. c., sliding doors, marble mantels, natural gas,
hard wood front and vestibule doors, stone trim
mings, stone steps: lot 24x93 with u& of 4-foot side
alley: two lines of street cars; fine location for
physician, or any one wanting a good home; as an
investment wlllpay about 8 per cent; call and see
photograph. BLACK BAIRD, 93 Fourth ave.
fc22--22, 23, 25, 27, mh-1, 4, 6, 8, 11. 12, 14, 16, 19
TTOK SALE-(12,000-SUBURBAN RESIDENCE
JL? of Mrs. Eliza A. Cooper, West End avenue.
New Brighton roadi lot 90x260; brick double
house, 12 rooms and attics. A. LEGGATE &
SON, 31 Federal St., Allegheny. fe2S-l
FOR 8ALE-(99)-ON LINE OF PROPOSED
electric road, Bellcvue: handsome mo'dern
dwelling. 8 large rooms, ball In center, heater,
natural gas, laundry, porshes, hardwood mantels,
tiled fireplaces, splendid lawn, 161x80; choice
fruit and shade trees; neighborhood flrst-class: 2
acres ground; can be snb-dlvlded. SAMUEL W.
BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth avenue. luhl-54
FOR SALE-S3.600 BELLEVUE, LINCOLN
ave., a two-story frame dwelling of 7 rooms;
natural gas, water in kitchen, front and back
Sorches. bay window, cemented cellar, perfectly
ry; lot 40x175 ft.: this property is one or the best
locations in Bcllevuc; terms to suit. Inquire of
J.W.BROWN, Dentist, '800 Penn ave.. Pitts
burg, Pa., orF. D. TRIPP, Bellevue. Pa.
IOR SALE-1N SEWICKLEY-HOUSE AND
X! large lot at a rare bargain; 9 rooms, with bath,
hot and cold water, w. c. natural gas, marble
mantels, dry cellar, porch, hall, etc, all In excel
lent order; fine large lou stable and carriage
house, etc., and pr 'e only (5,500: very cheap: best
value In the plaonly3 minutes from railway
station. PartlcnUrs from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.,
129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. mb.l-52-D
FOR SALE-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.
This beautiful place is located In what Is common
ly called Forestvllle, and only about five miles
from 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
soon to O. R.TOUDY, 1721 Carson street. South
FOR SALE-OR TO LET-ONE OF THE MOST
beautirul 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 handsomefowlhouse: tnegrounds
are very beautlfnl and well supplied with choice
shrubbery, fruit and ornamental trees; the whole
will be sold, with from 1 to 5 acres of ground, at a
very moderate price. KNOXVILLE LAND IM
PROVEMENT CO., 85 Knox avenue, KnoxvlIIo
FOR SALE LOTS.
East End Lots.
FOR sale-lots: lotsi-frankstown
ave., Brusbton station: Bank of Commerce
addition plan; no lot less than 40x140 feet to 20
foot alley; terms, (50 down and (10 a month;
cheapest lots In the market. Secnre plan from
JOHN F. BAXTER, Agent, 512 Smlthaeld st.
TTlOB SALE AT COPELAND STATION. 5
Jj minutes' walk from Braddock; 15 building
lots, 21x115, price 175 to (450, and vour own terms;
send for list, MELLON BROa, 6349 Station St.,
East Liberty. fe27-43,wr
FOR SALE-OR TRADE-FOB CITY PROP
ERTY, farm 160 acres, 2 miles from Salts
burg, W. P. E. R ; house 6 rooms, barn, etc. A.
D. WILSON, 55 Federal st, Allegheny, mhl-24
FOR SALE-FARMS NEAR MORGANTOWN,
W. Va.: all kinds, sizes and prices: see no
tice In this Issue of residences and building lots
for sale in Morgantown. Write for descriptive
UsttoT. W. ANDERSON, Morgantown, wTva.
FOR SALE-MANUFACTURING STTE-THE
property bounded b" Rebecca and Sturgeon
streets and South and Allegheny avenues, Alle
gheny City; streets all paved and sewered: large
Ironclad building, with lot of machinery, etc. ;
ftood facilities foreblpplnz either in car-loads or
ess. 1 or particulars Inquire of D. R. MCIN
TIKE, 412 Grant St., Pittsburg. fe24-61
TTIOR SALE-RESIDENCES AND BUILDING
JD lots In Morgantown, W. Va. ; also farms near
Morgantown; we have a railroad, the State Uni
versity, natural gas, and will have slack water
thlsyear. Write for descriptive list to T. W.AN
DERSON, Morgantown, W. Va. fe24-7-ltwrsu
FOR SALE-CALL FOR ILLUSTRATED PLAN
of lots on the boulevards; the finest lots in
the East End, fronting the parka and circles, with
90-foot paved streets, flagstone sidewalks, com
plete sewerage system; close to station, surround
ed by fine residences ana at remarkably low
E rices; terms, only (Sou cash, balance to anlt
uyer: come early, get theplck of lots and ground
floor prices. BLACK & BA1BD, 93 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOB SALE-A RETAIL GROCERY BUSINESS
(an old-established stand), with good paying
trade; one of the best thoroughfares in Allegheny;
stock and fixtures worth- about (3.00O; business
about (30,000. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth
ave., Pittsburg. mbl-32-D
FOR S A.L E bTORES. BTOBES. STORES;
drug, dry goods, grocery, notion, shoe, tea,
cigar and tobacco stores bakeries, hotels, restaur
ants, contectlonerles, boarding bouses, coal
works, etc.; 100 good city business chances lor
men or women. SHEPABD & CO., 64 Fifth ave.
FOR SALE A GENTS' FURNISHING AND
clothing business In a growing town, on line
of two railroads, about 50 miles from Pittsburg;
tocJclsln good condition: buslneM prosperous;
satisfactory reasons for selling. Particulars from
J A8. w, JJaAPE A CO., 1 jourth avenue, Pitts
bars, , mlil.5S-j
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
- Buslneu Chnnces.
TTK)B SALE-SHOE STOKE. WITH OB WITH
X? OUT stock; pricereasonable. For full par
ticulars, address Mrs. AUA.Ea.UU.tu1, "oonracra
ave., .Mount Oliver, Pa. fe2B-57
-TTIOR BALE-A GOOD DRUGSTORE IN A BAP
V IDLY growing manufacturing town on line
of railroad; population over 3,000 and increasing:
a splendid opening. JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO., 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. mhl-S2-r
TTIOR SALE-AN OLD ESTABLISHED BOOT
J and shoe store, lnagoodcountrytown,onllne
or railroad: present owner lias made a small
fortune; satisfactory reasons for selling, JAS. W.
DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg.
FORSALE-A RETAIL GROCERY BUSINESS
(an old-established stand), with good paying
trade; one of the best thoroughfares in AUeghenyt
stock: and fixtures worth about (8,000: business
about mono. JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO., IS Fourth
ave ., Plttsb urg. mbJ-69-P
FOR SALE-WISHING TO RETIRE. I OFFER
sir old established business stand (with or
without stoek):dolng(20, 000 annually: store, ware-
house, dwelling at
r ana siaoiesa noura irum jtuw-
bunr, on C. 4 P. K. B.
, U TJ ..ana, i
general store, Kensington,
Col. Co.. O. C. E. BICHABDS.
T?OR SALE-THE HOUSE OF 10 ROOMS WITH
JJ storeroom. No. 53 Chestnut St., Allegheny;
good lot with side entrance: to be sold at public
sale ou Thursday. March 7, at 2 o'clock, on the
fremlses: title perfectt'terms at sale; full partlcn
r n-nm JAS w. iirape A Co.. Agents afad
Auctioneers. 129 Fourth ave. mhl-53-D
FOR SALE "MISCELLANEOUS.
Machinery and Metals.
FOR SALE SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles kept In stock, from
4 to 100 h. p.; all refitted: good as new, at lowest
rices; mounted portable engines. 8 to 23 b. p.
i-25 Park way. J. S. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa.
FOR SALE 28x4 CORLISS ENGINE; ONLY
run a year; can be seen In operation; price
on application; alsoa new strange Co. stave ma
chine, all complete: capacity 10,000 In 10 hours;
will sell at low figure. J. A. MCCORMICK. 130
First ave. aul-p32-HWT
FOR SALE-CONTRACTORS' MACHINERY;
one 7jxl2-lncb double engine, double drum:
others large and small, with slHgle or double
friction drums: wire and manlla rope, eentrifugal
pumps, etc.; two 28x48-lnch horizontal engines
with flywheels. THOMAS CAHLIN '3 SON S, cor.
Lacock and Sandusky sts Allegheny. Jal7-UWT
FOR SALE-MORTGAGES 1 MORTGAGES
from (500, (1,000, (1,500 and upward, hearing
6 per cent Interest, approved by attorney. These
mortgages are nearly all purchase money mort
gages. An excellent Investment for anybody.
Apply to O. B. TOUDY, 1721 Carson street, booth
FOR SALE CHEAP, OWNER MOVING-UPRIGHT
piano, oak sideboard, walnut ball
rackr-bookcase, cook stove. .Address BOX 825, P.
O. , mhl-59
FOR SALE-CHEAP SIDEBOARD, HAT
RACK, bedroom suit, library suit, etc., in
good condition. Inquire H. A. WOLF. 162 Shef
fleld St., Allegheny, Pa. mhl-51
FOR SALE ONLY (1.000-HOUSE 2 ROOMS:
lot 23x100 reet: on AshConst. A. D. WILSON,
53 Federal St., Allegheny. fe28-6S
TO LET-107 FAYETTE ST., ALLEGHENY. 8
rooms beside bath, laundry and late con
veniences. W. A. HERRON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth
TO LET-NO. 7 STOCKTON AVENUE, ALLE
GHENY, elegant honse 12 rooms; fine order;
latest Improvements. W. A. HERRON 4 SONS,
80 Fourth avenue. mhl-46- D
O LET-NO. 103 FAYETTE ST., ALLE
GHEN Y good house, 8 rooms, besides bath,
range, washhouse, etc.; (400 per year. W. A.
HERRON SONS, 80 Fourth avenne. fe2S-77
TO LET-HANDSOME RESIDENCE. 10
rooms, with over an acre of ground, on
Linden avenue, electric road, hill district, Alle
gheny; beautirul outlook. A. LEGGATE 4 SON,
31 Federal St., Allegheny. fe28-l
TO LET-MODERN BRICK DWELLING OF
eight rooms, all modern conveniences, on
Jackson St., Allegheny: (500 per year, without
water tax. STRAUB 4 MORRIS, corner Wood
st. and Third ave.. Pittsburg. x mhl-49
TO LET-HOUSES 403 AND 405 FEDERAL ST'
extension, 5 rooms, all modem convenience;
also; store rooms and dwellings 160 and 164 Penna.
avenue, Allegheny. Inquire of J. R. McKEE, 708
Penn ave., Penn Building, room 611 Ja3l-73-uwr
TO LET HOUSES IN ALLEGHENY: 157
Grant ave . 6 rooms, (33: 43 Besaca St. 6
rooms, (28; 23 Klrkpatrlck ave . 6 rooms, (22; 3
Frazlerst., 6 rooms, (25; 13 Sheffield St., T rooms,
23. A. LEGGATE 4S0N, 31 Federal St., Alle
rTIO LET-FOUR NEW SCX-ROOM HOUSES
JL with bath, w. c, natural gas, etc: on line of
electric road, Perrysvllle ave., Allegheny: also
store and dwelling a Chestnut st., Allegheny.
Inquire of J. A. MCKEE, 708 Penn ave . Penn
building, room 611. Jl31-73-MWF
TOLET-AT INOBAM-TWO SMALL HOUSES
4 and 2 rooms each, with 4 acres of ground;
rent (12 per month. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent,
62 Fourth ave. fe27-50
TO L"ET AT INGRAM SEVEN-ROOM
frame house, with ten acres of ground; plenty
or fruit trees; rent (25 00 permonth. GEO. JOHN
STON, Ag't , 62 Fourth ave. fe27-50
T SEWICKLEY: ALL
s sizes ana pm
sale. Inquire of
some good property for
-bstate Agent, se'
fTlO LET-AT IS
-1 house, surrou
shade trees, about 10
(15 permonth. GEO.
minutes' from stall
rthave. fe27-50 '
O LET-ONE FLOOR OF NICE APART
MENTS, suitable for llirhthouseteenlnr. to
small famllv onlv. Annlv at J. G. MORROW'S
SHOESroRE,2S90hlo St., Allegheny. mhI-47
TO LET-IN THEMOST CONVENIENTLOOA
TION In tte city, double parlors. No. 720
Penn avenue, corner Eighth street; suitable for
doctor or dentist offices: can be had for sleeping
apartments, with board If desired. mhl-31
TO LET-SOME UNFURNISHED BOOMS
4-room flats, one 6 and 8-room dwelling
houses, 2 Liberty street storerooms, 1 on corner of
Penn and Third, and on t erry street. Inquire of
S. MUbGRAVE. 44 Fourth street. fe24-85-itWTSu
TO LET OR FOR SALE-ISO-ACRE FARM, i
minutes' walkfrom town of Manor,on Penna.
R. K., Westmoreland CO.: 15 acres timber, balance
cleared: bouse, bank barn and outbuildings,
orchard, etc. CHAS. L. MCCUTCHEON. 104
Fourth ave. Jal3-30-itwr
Offices. Desk Room, ifcc
TO LET-SEVERAL VERY FINE OFFICES
GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave.
rilO LET-SECOND FLOOR. 510 SMITHFIELD
i. St., one or two rooms. Inquire of A. M. 4
J. B. MURDOCH. 510 Smithfield St. fe27-9
IO LET-ROOMS SUITABLE FOR A PHYSI
CIAN or dentist, furnished or unfurnished:
good references given and required. Apply at 37
ROSS ST. mhl-13
TO LET-SUIT OF OFFICES ON SECOND
floor No. 114 Fourth avenue, adjoining the
Dollar Bank: rent low. W. A. HEREON 4 SONS,
80 Fourth ave. le2S-77
TO LET-OFFICES IN THE NEW BLAIR
building, cor. Federal and Isabella sts..
Allegheny: the offices are very desirable and rent
low. W. A. HERRON 4 SONS. 80 fourth avenue.
mhl-42-1, 4, 6, 8, 1 1, 13, 13, IS, 20, 22
IO LET- IN THE MCCANCE BLOCK,
Smithfield. Liberty and Seventh avenue
well-lighted offices, each room fronting on a nrln-
cipal street; passenger and merchandise eleva
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., Libert v 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
street: also warehouse and basement No. 211
Wood st. Inquire at A. GARRISON FOUNDRY
CO.. 10 and 12 Wood St. JalS-31
fTlO LET-NEW OFFICES: SPLENDID LIGHT.
X. The Gennanta Savings Bank, 423 Wood St.,
having changed the Interior of its building by
adding 15 large, airv and well-lighted offices, with
all modern conveniences, elevator, etc , offer the
same for rent at reasonable terms. Parties desir
ing a fine location should apply at once at the
TO LET-BUSINESS STAND ON SMITH
FIELD street: best location in the city: ac
cessible liyall car lines. Apply to 619 SMITH
FD3XD STREET. ' fe24-29
TO LET-STOKE AND DWELLING. (WILL
rent store separately). No. 1703 Penn avenue:
Sossesslon free to April 1. W. A. HERRON 4
ON S, 80 Fourth avenue. mbl-43-Mwr
TO LET-NO. 93 WATER ST., AS A WHOLE
or In parts, a fine 3-story business bouse,
elevator, 160 ft. deep to First avenue. W. A.
HERRON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
TO EET-FINE STOREROOM, 287 OHIO ST.,
Allegheny, with plate glass front; flrst-class
business location; at present occupied as confec
tionery. Apply to J. H. AUtEN, 100 Fifth ave
fTK LET-DWELLINGSLAROEAND SMALL,
X in both cities and suburbs; call or send for
printed list free. W. A. HERRON 4 BONS, 80
Fourth ave. mhl-K-Mwr
TO LET-ODB "TO LET" LIST, AS HERETO
FORE Issued, from our office. Is now pub
lished every Wednesday and Saturday (without
expense to landlords) In The Dispatch only.
SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO., 99 Fourth ave.
T OST-FEBBUABY15, GOING FROMLOCUST
XJ, street, Allegheny, to. Woods Kan, a lady's
goldwctch. A suitable reward will be paid If left
with J. O. GBOOAN, w Market street, cor. Fifth
aveaue, mbl-w -
mO LET 8-ROOM DWELLtNG. NO. HJ
1 Butler it. City; rent (90 per month. GBO.
JOHNSTON, Agent, 6S Fourth ave. fe27-
mO LET NO. rJ9 THIRD AVE.. IO BOOMS:
iabo iinpiuTciucDu; ont cisu oracr; 119 per c
UVUUli IT. A. ,1 ril.rew. , &tOlOm NJUUILU.TCt
TO LET-10-ROOM HOUSE, COR. CHAUNCEY"
and Wylle avenne: rent (as 33 per month;
large lot. GEO. JOHNSTON, Ag't., 63 Fourth.
mil LET-THAT NEARLY NEW TWO-STORT
JL brick and Mansard roof. No, 84 Locust street,
city: 8 rooms, bath, natural and artificial gas;
modern Improvements. WM. L. SMITH. 933 Fens,
TO LET HOUSE OF 10 ROOMS AND BATH.
onPennave.. near Ninth st.; will rent to
two families for light housekeeping. If so re
quired. Inquire of DR. LAKE, 906 Penn ave., be
tween 9 and 4. mbl-65
mo LET-THE RESIDENCE AND GROUNDS
I of the late M. McCulIough, Jr.. Forty-rourth
street. Seventeenth ward, cltyt frame dwelling of
12 rooms with modern Improvements, stable, etc;
long lease can be had. GUSHING 4 FOX agents,
4319 Butler street. fe20-86-wrsa
East End Residences.
TO LET NO. 5604 ELLSWORTH AVENUE i
line new house. 8 rooms, late Improvements;
location first class; 2 squares of Roup station. V.
A. HERRON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. fe28-77
O LET-SNEAK FIFTH AVENUE CABLE
line and Roup station, several good house
from (20 up to (45 per month. Call or send for list
free. W. A. HEBRON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
TO LET FOUR ROOMS. WITH CELLAR. IK
new honse. furnished or unfurnished, la
pleasant location on cable line; references re
quired. Address, by mall, L. L COOPER, eara
PERSONAL-BOOKS WANTED-IF YOU"
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library '
worth (1,030, let us know: we will buy one as) .
quickly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK STORE,"
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. fe20
ERSONAL YOU WILL BE A CONG TIME
Mead, but a short time alive, so be np and
make the best of it: see that vour wearing apparel
always looks neat and tidy. DICKSON, the,
Tailor, of 63 Fifth avenue, corner Wood street,
second floor, makes a specialty of flnecleanlor
and repairing: give him atrial. Telephone 1558. as
TTOUND-THE TRUTH! WE SUFFERED UN-i-.JD
TOLD agonies 1 Dr.Grlffith'sTa-va-zon rem
edies cured us when all other means had failed.
Mrs. Rev. I-otLake, Mrs. Wm. G. Cover, Youngs
town. O. ; 31rs. Hannah John, 663 Forbes st. ; John, i
S. Fahey, Tallapoosa. Ga.; Thomas Brown, S.S.:
Michael. Hlnes. 121 Wylle ave., and thousands oc
others. W elnvlte the worst eases from whsteveV
cause. See testimonials at GRIFFITH'S PHAU
MACY. Third and Grant, Plttsbnrg. Pa. mhl-7S
ATJCTIONSALEAT31I MARKET ST-FRT-DAY
MORNKIG.Marcb J, comroencineaf
10 o'clock. Fine mahozany, 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, I square grand piano forte, npriffhe
piano, fancy rockers, easy chairs, fine pictures,
bronzes and ornaments, lace curtains, stair
pads, brussels, ingrain and rag carpet, lin
noleuru, rues, clocks, decorated toilet ware,
lamps, glassware, drygoods, notions, tea,
stores, trunks, easel, wraps, harness, bedding,
HENRY AUCTION CO.. LIM".,
fe2S-92 Auctioneers. '
BY ORDER OP THE CITY PROPERTY
Committee of the city of Allegheny; I
will expose at public sale on the premises, on -1UESDAY,
March 5, 18S9. at 10 o clock: a. m
building lot cor. of Anderson and Lacock: stSi,
Fourth ward. Allegheny, on which is erected a
two-story brick building, better known as tho
old Columbia engine house. This property is
used as a business property at present- Terms
made known at sale. Particulars from A. J.
PENTECOST, Auctioneer and Real Estate)
Agent, 413 Grant, Pittsburg. .fe26-T
a'O WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
. That certain 7-octave square Calenburg 4
Vaupel piano No. 1369, carved legs and two
round corners, left on storage by one Mlss
Hall, of Pittsburg, will be sold for charges
(storage and repairs), amounting to $150, on
March 20, 1889, at 10 A. c. at our storerooms, -No.
508 wood street, 'Pittsburg, unless re
deemed cm or before said date,
f e250-Jf F H. KLEBER A BRO.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Always open. Appointments first-class:
steam heat, sun galleries, etc.
fe22-30 W. H. REYNOLDS.
THE ELDREDQE, NO. 18 SOUTH CARD
UNA avenue, within three minutes' wait
to depot or beach. Large cheerful rooms, ex
cellent table. Terms moderate, MRS. E. J.
ELDREDQE, Proprietress. . feU-3-TJ
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-l
IHE OCEAN HOUSE-
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J
Now onen nnder old manasrement.
T70TH1SRGILLH0TJSE. ATLANTIC CITY,
T N. J. Located near beach. Perfect san
itation. Steam beat. ELIZABETH HART
LEY, Prop.' f e25-13-MWTSu
ATLANTIC CITY. N. 3.
Ou the beach, sea end of Virginia avenue.
Steam heat, electric bells. Will open Febra
fal3-72-MWTSu BUCK & McCLELLAN.
ON THE BEACH:
Atlantic Crrr, N. I,
felO-51 EDWIN LITPINCOTTr
THE CHALFONTE, '
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.
MOVED TO THE BEACH.
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED.
UNSURPASSED OCEAN "VTETV,
Salt water baths in the house. Elevator.
fel&oo-D E. ROBERTS &. SONS.
HOT SPRINGS, N. O.
MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL'
First-class in every particular. Stsamheaf,
Open Fires, Porches inclosed in glass. Superb
Location, ideal Climate fer the debilitated.
Baths in Marble Pools. Finest inAmaricaf
Waters unexcelled anywhere in curative power
or luxury. G. K. LANSING,
(Lata of Astor House. N. Y.) Manager.
OLD POINT COMFORT,
100 yards from FortMcnroe; open all the year,
accommodates I.uOO guests; admirable location;
delightful climate; thrilling historic snrround
Ings. Turkish, Russian, Roman, Electric and
HOT SEA baths, the latter especially beneficial
in rheumatic troubles. Music by the famous
Artillery School Band. Glass-Inclosed verandas.
Average temnerature for winter 48. Absolutely
free from malaria. All things considered, the
most comforatable and delightful resort at
which to spend the winter months in the United
States. Send for desenptive pamphlet.
noZ7-y40-TuFSu F. N. PIKE, Manager.
At the SEVENTH AVE.HOTEL. will give
A FREE LECTURE :
To men NEXT SUNDAY atf 2 o'clock r.
Corner Seventh avenue and new Grant street. - ,
Atthecloseof thelecturetheDoctorwillheal '.. t
the sick free of charge. Everybody invited. No T i
tauies aamitteu. mui-oo' , - .
Between Wood and Smithfield, lots 129 feet
deep for sale by SAMUEL f. BLACK 4CO,i
va e ouna ave. leit-xi-xwr.
A E. L1NKENHEIMER;
613 Se&Ithfleld stoeefcOPlttstafr. Pa. Fr
Kxeuad BoildlBg, seed fleer. Ie3fSl-i