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That AnU-Amoskeag Equity Suit,
'f; With Stinging Charges,
AYERRLNG COLLUSIYE INTERESTS
lia Foundation for the Kon-Eesident At
i tack on Home Engines.
SOME EEALLT READABLE EEPLIES
Chiefs J. O. Brown, E. 31. Bigelow and
E.iC. Elliot yesterday filed their answer in
theequitv proceedings instituted by H.E.
Safford against the Board of Awards to
prevent them from giving the contract lor
the two fire engines to the Manchester Lo
comotive Works, the manufacturers of the
Amoskeag engine. Mayor McCallin has al
ready filed his separate answer, in which he
virtually admitted the allegations of SaBbrd,
and explained his reasons for voting against
the award of the contract to the Amoskeag
The answer of Chiefs Brown, Bigelow and
Elliot commences by denying the first
paragraph ol Saflbrd's bill, and holding that
he is not a bona fide taxpayer in the city of
Pittsburfc, nor is he an owner of any real
estate whereon taxes have been or will be
levied and assessed against him in the city.
Continuing, the answer in substance says:
We aver that this bill has been filed by plain
tiff, directly in the interest of the Clapp fc
Jones and the .La France Engine Companies,
in which he is pecuniarily interested, and that
he is directly interested in a pecuniary man
ner in procuring the vacation and annullmcnt
of the award to the Manchester Locomotive
Works, and procuring the award to the com
panies, or one qt them, in which they believe
him thus Interested. And that the averment
that he is a taxpayer and owner of property in
said city, is but a pretense and does not fully
disclose the real interest of plaintiff. That the
bill is not filed in good faith, but is collusive
and a fraud upon the court.
Second The aTcrments in the second, third,
third, fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh para
graphs of the bill are admitted, except it is de
nied th it the bids of the La France Company,
or the Clapp & Jones Company, complied with
THE ACT ALKEADT DOJTE..
Third It is not true, as averred in the eighth
paragraph, that the contract is as yet not fully
executed, but must bo approved by the Coun
cils of Pittsburg and must be signed by J. O.
Brown, Chief of the Department of Public
Safety, but it becomes binding. On the 23d of
October, 18SS, the Department of Awards
awarded the contract to the Manchester Loco
motive Works and made report of the same to
Councils. On the 12th of November. 1SSS. Se
lect Council of said city approved said report,
and on the 29th of October, 1SSS, Common
Council did the same, and on the 4th of Febru
ary, 1SS9, J. O. Brown, as Chief, signed the con
tract as required under the law.
Fourth The averment in the ninth para
graph, that the bid of the Manchester Locomo
tive Works was greater than that of the other
two companies, is admitted; but It is denied
that it was much greater, and it is further de
nied that the bid of either the La France or
the Clapp & Jones Companies complied with
Fifth The averments in the tenth paragraph
Sixth The averments in the eleventh para
graph are denied.
Seventh For answer to the twelfth and thir
teenth paragraphs of said bill, the defendants
say that the bid of the Manchester Locomotive
Works complied in all particulars with the
specifications referred to in said paragraphs;
that "fine boilers" and "tubular boilers" are
practicallv the same thing, and they deny that
a tubular boiler is superior to a flue boiler tor
the purposes of a steam fire engine.
Eichth For answer to the averments con
tained in the fourteenth paragraph of said bill,
the defendants say tliat tbe guarantee therein
mentioned was superfluous and not called for
by the specifications, and embraced nothing
but that which wonld necessarily be included
in the contract, even without any guarantee.
Ninth The defendants deny the averments
contained in the fifteenth and sixteenth para
graphs, except as they are hereafter admitted.
Tenth The averments contained in para
graph 5Jf of the amended bill are denied.
Eleventh The averment in paragraph 17 is
EIGHT DOW1T TO BEASOXS.
Twelfth And, for the further answer in this
behalf, the defendants say that the bill should
not be sustained, for the reason thatthe defend
ants are tbe Department of Awards of the
city, which defendant completely exhausted
all its acts, powers and duties in regard to the
raid award a long time ago, and which defend
ant has not since that time, nor will it ever
have any further control or duty to perform
in regard to said contract. Here follows a
review as to test, proposals, etc That the
Board of Awards, in determining' this matter,
took into consideration tbo full facts,
among others that the Amoskeag engines
have the best reputation for force, ca
pacity, durability and consequent saving
in the way of repairs, of any engine in the
United States. That the city has purchased
encines other than the Amoskea? and the re
sult, has invariably been to demonstrate the
great superiority of the Amoskeasr. Thatthe
engines manufactured by the LaFrance and
Clapp & Jones Companies have never been
used in this city. That in addition thereto the
bid of the Manchester Locomotive Works in
cluded the equipment of said Amoskeag en
gines with the "Endicott springs" (not in
cluded in the specifications) without extra
charge to the city; that the said springs can be
furnished only by the Manchester Loco
motive Works and are an indispensable
pait of a steam fire engine; that the engineers
of the department are perfectly familiar with
the Amoskeag engine, and with no other kind;
that tbe demands of the fire department fre
quently require that engineers be changed or
shifted from one engine house to another; and
it is therefore essential that the engines in use
in the fire department should be such that
each of tbe engineers can take charge of and
run any of the fire engines of the city at a
moment's notice. That it seemed to the
board, from this view alone, it was
more economical to pay $3,000 for
an engine which all the engineers of the de
partment can run, than $1575 for one which
none of the engineers could operate without
special training and at least some expense.
Tbat.in the judgment of said Board of Awards,
taking everything into consideration, the
Amoskeag engine was a better engine than
either the La France or the Clapp fc Jones en
gines. Wherefore, these defendants pray that the
said bill may be dismissed with their reasona
ble costs sustained. J. O. Bro w",
B. M Bigelow,
R. C. Elliot.
City Attorney 31 oreland and D. T. Wat
aon, Esq., are the attorneys for the board,
with the exception of Mayor McCallin.
DISSOLUTION NOTICE THE PAN
HANDLE Coal Company has this dav
been dissolved by mutual consent. All parties
having claims against said firm will present
tbe same to John M. Andrews. All accounts
due said firm will be collected by Duncan fc
King's Collecting Agencv.
JOHN M. ANDREWS.
A- J. SCHULTE.
la retiring from the Panhandle Coal Com
pany 1 would recommend to friends atad patrons
my late partner, Mr. John M. Andrews, who
will continue tbe business at tbe old stand.
Respectfully yours. A. J. SCHULTE.
Having purchased the interest of my former
partner, Mr. A J. Schulte, I would respectfully
ask for a continuance of patronage extended
to the Panhandle Coal Company. Very re-
EP6C JOHNM. ANDREWS. 72 Sandusky St.
AixiaHKST Crrr, February 25, 18S9.
ETHE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States, for the Western district of
Bovard, Rose 4 Company! Na 2 jj Term
and others L jtgg
Tbe steambo" Mayflower. (admiralty.)
Notice is hereby gl? en 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 said court, at Pittsburg. Pa on
THURSDAY, March 14. 1SS9. at 2 o'clock p. jc.
8. C. McCANDLKSB, Commissioner.
i E IJNKENHE1MER,
5 Smlthflelditreet, Pittsburg, Pfc Jrelhelu
Freand Building, econd floor. Ie3tl-D
X3Display advertitemenU one dollar per
tgruare for one imertion. Clauifled advertUe
menu on thU page ruch at Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, efc, ten cent per line for each imer
tion, and none taken for lest than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where "Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion net morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with Tins DIS
THOMAS MCCAFFREY. 35u9 Butler street.
EMIT, O. STUCKEY, Mth street and Fenn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY & CO., Wylie ave. and rulton St.
N. STOKKLY. Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, 6111 l'cnn avenue. '
JACOB srOHN. Ko.S Carson street.
CHAS. SCHWARM, 1707 Carson street.
-A. J. KAEItCHEK, S9 Federal street.
II. J. McBItlDE. Federal and Ohio streets.
FKEDH. rUGEUS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS A Sl Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHEN BY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. "W. HUGHES. Bennsylvanlaand Beaver aves.
i'EKRYM. GLEIM. Kebeccaand Allegheny aves.
WANTED-A FARM HAND THAT CAN
milk. Call after 2 o'clock at 313 TVOOO
ANTED-GERMAN DRUG CLERK. AD-
iiittss oiiAJiuJUL,! uispatcn oince.
WANTED-TWO FIRST-CLASS MEN. "WITH
relcrence. Call before noon, BOOM 4, 49
Fifth avenne. ml)5-G3
WANTED STODENT-TO LEARN DENT
ISTRY: must pay a fee. Inquire of DR. W.
S. YATES, 8U3 Penn ave. mh5-7J
-TTTANTED-A FIRST-CLASS WAITER. AP
Y I'LY BITTSBURG CLUB, Fenn ave, from
8 to 9 A. M. and 12 to 2 T. M., right side door.
WANTED A THOROUGHLY COMPETENT
and reliable soap salesman to handle trade
or branch house. Address SOAF, Dispatch office.
WANTED-FIEST-CLASS COATMAKER TO
ro to live town near Pittsburg. Call at
ROOM NO. 3D, 10 federal street. Allegheny, after
9 A. M. mh5-I2
WANTED-A BOY. 18 OR 18 YEARS OLD,
who is anxious to learu Jewelry repairing
and watca work. Address E. H. il.. Dispatch
TTfANTED BOOK CANVASSERS FOB OUR
V great Prohibition book; a bonanza for this
spring: write lor our extra Inducements. GATE
L Y CO., 10 and 12 Sixth st. mh3-85
WANTED-BOY TO LEARN THE BARBER
trade; ne who has had some experience
preferred. Apply at once. 204 Wylle avenue, cor
ner Townsend street. J, F1KKST. mh5-10
XVTANTED-S1XMENTO SELL AFATKNTED
V article in stores and offices; quick sales,
large profits. Apply to-dav alter 12 o'clock,
1TTANTED-A RELIABLE FEKSON WHO
V understands telegraphing, type-writing
and shorthand: permanent position; state salary
expected. Address BOX 237, Flttsburg. mhS-90
-TTT-A.NTED-A SOBER. RELIABLE SIN OLE
V man for position in public Institution out
side of city, salary S40O per year, with board and
washing: reference required. Apply to 633 LIB
ERTY bTKbET. mh5-60
-ITTANTED SALESMEN TO SELL OUK
TT choice and hardy varieties of nursery stock;
many new and valuable varieties. Address, with
references, JUA-Y BROTHERS, Nurserymen,
Rochester, N. Y. mhS-C3
-TTJANTED-MEN TO SELL OUR NEW LINE
It of household necessities, novelties and lux
uries, on easypayments,ln Flttsburg and Alle
gheny. Gooa references required. GATELY &
CO., 10 and 12 Sixth st. mb3-S5
-TT7-ANTED AGENTS TO.SELL TEA. BAKING
TT powder and pure spices: gifts with goods:
coke workers, miners or millmen can makemoney
in their spare time. YAMASH1BO TEA CO., Hi
Jackson St., Allegheny, Fa. JaK-86-TTS
-TTANTED-REL1ABLE LOCAL AND TRAV
vY EL1NG salesmen; positions permanent;
special inducements now: fast selling specialties:
don't delay: salary from start. BROWN BROS.,
Nurserymen, Rochester, N. Y. fc9-0-TTB
-TT-ANTED-AGE1TS ON SALARY: J75 FEB
I Y month and expenses paid any active man
or woman to sell our goods by sample And Uve at
home.galary paid promptly and expenses In ad
vance; foil particulars and sample esse free, we
mean lust what we say. Address STANDARD
SILVERWARE CO., Boston. Mass. fels-3-D
WANTED GENERAL AND LOCAL
agents to handle the new patent Ink-erasliiK
pencil: greatest novelty ever produced: erases Ink
in two seconds; no abrasion of paper; 200 to 500 per
cent proat; sells at sight: territory absolutely
free; salary to good men; sample 35 cents by mall.
For terms and lull particulars address the manu
facturers, J, W. SKINNER & Co., Onalaska,
-inrjANTED-COMPETENT BUSINESS MAN
V could obtain prominent officer's position
(salary 2,400) in large corporation (having scores
of offices and stores doing extensive safe cash
business); must take $5,000 dividend paying stock
at cost (par) from present officer, who has pur
chased extensive European railroad Interests re
quiring his attention. Address APFLETON, Sta
tion D. New York. mh3-lS3
TT7-ANTED-A GOOD PROTESTANT GIRL TO'
V do cooking In a family of two. Address
SHERMAN, Dispatch office. mh5-13
-TTTANTED-e GOOD-LOOKING FIRST FART
YY ladies: good salary given: for G to 8 and 10
weeks; write at once. A. IIAMMEBLY, London
Theater, Steubenvllle, Ohio. mhs-2
WANTED-LADIES TO LEARN PORTRAIT
painting on glass, can be learned in one
hour; can make money at home; work light and
easy and very profitable. ART STUDIO. 36 Fed
eral St., Allegheny. mh5-99
Male and Female Help.
-VTTANTED-AT ONCE-2 COLORED WAIT
.V ERS. 6 farm bands, vegetable cook, store
room girl, pantry and kitchen girL cooks, cham
bermaids and house girls. MEKHAN'S. S4S
Grant st. mh4-D
-TTTANTED-LIVK MEN AND WOMEN TO
YV engage in an easy, paying business at
home: can work daytime or evening and make 50c
to 2 per hour; sure thing: sample and complete
instructions sent free. Address WORLD SUF
FLY CO.. Rutland. Vt. fe25-l
-TTANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN POSITION
TV as bookkeeper or stenographer; can give
references. Address BERLIN, Dispatch office,
-TTT-ANTED-POSITION BY A YOUNG LADY
V (trained nurse) to take charge or an inva
lid. Address P. S. F., 240 Meadow st. East End,
-TTT-ANTED-SITUATION BT A YOUNG MAN
V (German) with 5 years experience in the
wholesale and retail grocery trade, can give city
reference. Address GERMAN, Dispatch office.
VTTANTED SITUATION AS GARDENER BY
V a married man: understands care of green
house, fruits, vegetables; also care of cows: good
reference. Address GARDENER, Dispatch
-VTTANTED-POSITION BY A COMPETENT
Y V drug clerk, aged 22 years, desires position
Immediately; registered: our years' experience;
honest, sober, reliable prescription and prepara
tlon clerk. A. L. S.. Dispatch office. mh5-l
-TTT-ANTKD-A SOBER, INDUSTRIOUS PART
YY NER, a first-class workman, to take half
Interest In a blacksmith shop. Apply to-day at
L-SAXTON'S. 196 and 198 First avenue. mh5-95
-rTANTKD-PA.BTNER -WITH 1300 CASH FOB
Y half Interest In established business, clear
ing SS0 per week: oustness light and easy; highly
profitable and perfectly legitimate; will guaran
tee partner S23 per week; trial given at the busi
ness before Investing. Address OPPORTUNITY,
Dispatch office. mhS-33
-T7"ANTED-FABTNER-ii,000 (HALF DE-
YY FERBEl)and office services can secure
hairintcrcstlnanewand splendid agency, pos-
TION. Dispatch office.
WANTED BOOMS. HOUSES.
XITANTED-ONE OR TWO NICE ROOMS FOR
YV gentleman and wire, with board. South
RHand ave., Shadyslde, . K. E., or North ave.,
Allegheny, preterrcd. Answer at once to
HARRY, Dispatch office. mh5-68
WANTED BOARDERS AND LODGERS.
WANTED OCCUPANTS FOB PARLORS
facing part, with or without board. Ap
ply 24 MONTGOMERY AVE., Allegheny.
-TTT-JiTED-TO LOAN $500,000. IN AMOUNTS
YY of 13,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on H per cent, free of tax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK & BAIBD,
SS Fourth avenue. se21-d2S-D
-TT7ANTKD-TO LOAN 1200,000 ON MORT-
V GAGES: JlOO and upward at 6 per cent;
fStt),00at 4M per cent on residences or business
1 per ceai on resiliences or ousmess
iso In adjoining counties. S. H.
property: also in aajoimnj
FBENCH, 125 fourth avenue.
-XTANTED MOKTGAGES-S1.O0U. 000TO LOAN
YY on city and suburban properties at i. 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. FENNOCK & SON, 10S
Fourth avenue. as7-fll
ANTED MORTGAGES MONEY TO LOAN
In sums to suit, at 4, s and 6 per cent.
GBAEB1NG A LYON, 135 Fourth ave. ap6-el-D
-YTTANTED-RENTS TO COLLECT; MONTH
LY LY settlement with Itemized statement.
BLACK BAIRD, 95 Fourth avenue. a28-a29-D
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over M. 000; 4), per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER & CO., 82 Fourth avenue.
ANTED RENTS COLLECTED PROMPT
LY: DTonertv manared with sattsfaetlnn.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
-TTTANTED-HOUSES TO KENT, LARGE OB
V small, in both 'ltles: great pains taken to
secure good tenants. Established: 1S63. W. A.
HERRON SONS. 80 Fourth avenue. mhl-40-TTS
-rnrANTED HOUSES TO BENT, BENT'S TO
V collect, monthly settlements: also mort
gages on city or suburban nroperty at 4K, Sand 6
per cent. J. DERM1TT. 40TGrant street.
-TT7ANTED-FUKNITDRE AND GENERAL
merchandise for storage; lowest rates.
PITTSBUKG AUCTION CO., 93 Third ave.
-rT7-AN fED-HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND GEN
V ERAL merchandise to sell at auction.
PITTSBURG AUCTION CO., 93Thirdavc.
-TTTANTED-WESTERN ENERGY PARTIES
YY desirous of establishing manufactories or
plants in Western cities or towns, will do well to
communicate with AMERICA. Dispatch office,
WANTED PARTIES DESIRING- TO DIS
POSE of their furniture and household
Soods either by auction or private sale, call or ad
ress ROOM 58. Eisner building, cor. Fifth aVe.,
and Wood street. mh3-167
WANTED-PUBLIC TO KNOW THE ELITE
GALLERY, 516 Market street, Pittsburg,
will make cabinets for 1 00 per doz and show
iroofg, until May 1; so come early; bring the
lttle ones; use elevator. fe28-9
-TTT-ANTED-HUUSEKEEFERS TO KNOW
YV that we are selling house furnishing goods
cheaper than anv other house in the city; anctlon
sale everr Tuesday and Friday at 10 a. M. : terms
cash. PITTSBURG AUCTION CO, 93Thlrdave.
-T)TTANTED BYFEARSON, LEADING FHO
YV TOORAFHER, 98 Firth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he Is making fine cabinets at ?1 60 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous nrocess. mbl3-k27
-TT7-ANTED HOUSEKEEPEES TO KNOW
YY thatthe old reliable expressman and hand
carpet beater Is still at the old btand, No:290 West
ern ave., Allegheny; takes down, packs or moves
and sets up the best or furniture and puts bouse
in order on short notice at low rates; orders so
licited. A. HIVELY. rah5-47
FOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE S2,500 TWO 2-STORY FRAME
houses, with stable: Gangwlsch St.; easy
terms. W. W. McNFJLL & BRO., 162 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-82, 500-2-STORY BRICK HOUSE,
7 rooms: Devilllers st. : all conveniences: easy
terms. W.W. MCNEILL & BRO.,162 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-A BABE CHANCE TO SECURE
ahome:2o0. balance like rent, buys good
5-room bouse on Grandvlew avenue. Thirty-fifth
ward: call atonce: ?l,500. BALTENSPERGER &
WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth avenue. mh5-91
TTIOB SALE-2,I50 BUYS A NEAT 5-ROOM
Jj house, having hall, vestibule, porch, natural
gas, city water, etc, on the corner of Grandvlew
avenue and Hallock street; a bargain. BALTEN
SPERGER & WILLIAMS, 1M Fourthavcnue.
FCR SALE-56.000 AND YOUB OWN TIME,
for a 2-story frame dwelling on Mission St.,
Southslde; 9 rooms, finished attic ball, vestibule,
bath, slate mantels, natural gas, cemented cellar,
front and reur porch, cistern, etc.; lot 50x150;
good view of surronndlng valley. BLACK &
BAUtD, 95 Fourth ave mh4-15
Enst End Residences.
FOK SALE-HOUP STREET DWELLING;
very desirable; 4 rooms on a floor; late im
provements: large lot: near steam and cable cars.
W. A. HERROIT & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
IOR SALE-H.600-ZULEMA STREET, OAK
LAND, new 5-room frame; pantry, natnral
gas. etc.: payments same as rent. sAiji..E..H
SFERGKB & WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth avenue
FOK SALE-CBAIG AND CENTER AVE.
elegantTcsldence: 12 large rooms; very hand
somely finished and replete with all modern con
veniences; lot 100x142 feet. 1. M. FENNOCK &
SON, 105 Fourth ave. mh2-25-TTS
T7OK SALE-NEGLEY AND FENN AVE.
X handsome 2-story brick house; mansard fin
ish: 12 rooms; bath, laundry: both kinds gas;
modern in all respects: lot 45x100. I. M. PEN
NOCK SON, 105 Fourth ave. mh2-25-TTS
FORSALE-ON COLLEGE AVE., LOT 50X370
to 20-root alley, one-story frame cottage of 5
rooms; stone foundation under whole house: con
venient to both steam and cable cars; (3.000.
THOS. LIGGETT. 114 Fourth ave mh3-137-TTFSSU
FOB SALE-S4.000 ATILL BUY A NICE HOME
in the East End, and near the cable and rail
road, 6 rooms, bath, natural gas arid, large lot;
terms "reasonable; call at office and see photo.
BLACK & BAUtD, 95 Fourth ave. fe26-58-TTS
FOK PALE-S3.800-ON HAYS STREET, A
seven-roomed residence with lot 86XX100: s
porches, shite mantel andnewly papered through
out; only one square from North inland avenue.
MELLON BROS., 6349 Station St., E. E.
FOR SALE-CHEAP IF SOLDATONCE-A
desirable East End residence; 8 rooms, late
Improvements; large lot: near steam and cable
cars; location good; send for full information. See
W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue
FOR SALE- 2-STORY FRAME SLATE ROOF
dwelling in East End. near station; city water
and gas, bath and all conveniences; tile hearth in
parlor: natural gas: S4.O00: payments to suit. In
quire MORRIS A FLEMING, 106 Fourth avenue
FOR SALE -AN ELEGANT BRICK HOUSE OF
9 rooms in first-class condition; both gases In
this house lanndryand stationary wash tubs. w.
c, etc: lot 36 feet front, 120 feet in depth to a. 20
foot alley; situated 320 South Hlland ave., E. E.
Inquire on the PREMISES. fe21-54-TUF
FOR SALE-EASTEND DWELLING; BRICK;
late style: just finished: 9 rooms well fin
ished; all latest Improvements: bath, range both
kinds of gas, laundry, pantry, perfect sewerage
street graded, near cable cars, three squares .of
Koup station: only f7,000: terms easy. TV. A.
HEBRON & SONS, SO Fourth avenue.
TTOB SALE A SMALL CASH FAYMENT AND
X? your rents will buy a house on Broad street
with 4 large rooms, cemented cellar, good sewer
age with shrubbery planted lu lot; onlyjhalf
suuarefrom Penn avenue cable line; room to
build another house on same lot; price 82,700. and
your own terms. MELLON BROS., 6349 Station
street. East End. mh2-67-TuSu
FOR SALE-ON PAVED STREET IN EAST
END. within four minutes' walk of either
line of cable cars or East Liberty station; lot 47x
120, to a 20-loot alley: new selected brick or 6
rooms, bath and 2 rooms in finished attic, good
wide ball and vestibule electric bells, electric
light, speaking tubes, etc: 83,200, or will sell
house; lot 24x120 ror 86, 500. THOS.-LIGGETT, No.
114 Fourth avenue mh3-lS3-TTFssu
FOR SALE ON GOOD STREET IN EAST
END, four minutes rrom Fifth avenue cable
cars, and about six minutes from Roup Station,
frame house; 8 rooms; bathroom: basement laun
dry: lavatory under front stairs; slate mantels;
natnral gas: elegant front and side porches: ele
gant neighborhood; lot 42x130, very desirable in
everv respect: only-7, 500. THOMAS LIGGETT,
No. 114 Fourth avenue. mh3-137-TTFSSu
TTiOR SALE-ON GOOD STREET IN THE
X? East End, three minutes' wnlk from Fifth
avenue cable cars; elegant neighborhood; large
corner lot 60x150; new brick house, reception ball,
parlor, dining room, kltcben and pantry on first
floor, 4 bedrooms and bathroom on second floor,
4 good rooms in attic natural gas, electric bells
and all latest Improvements; only 813,000. THOS.
LIGGETT, No, 114 Fourth avenue
FOR SALE ON SOUTH HIX.AND AVENUE,
lot 37x140 to 20-foot alley: selected brick of8
rooms, batu room, basement laundry, good dry
cellar, hot and cold water, natural gas all through
the house, large front porch, elegant shade trees,
tile hearths, sliding doors between parlor and dln
lngroom; everything In perfect order; stable on
rear of lot: elegant neighborhood: convenient to
both steam and cable cars: reason for selling
owner leaving, the city. THOS. LIGGETT, lli
Fourth ave. mh3-137-TTFSSu
FOK SALE A BABGAIN IF SOLD AT ONCE,
beautiful corner lot on two prominent paved
streets In East nd. 46x179; elegant new brick
house; parlor, dining-room, reception hall, li
brary, kitchen and large pantry-room on first
floor; 5 bed-rooms, bath and Inside w.c on second
floor; large finished attic with servant's room,
cedar closet and trunk-room; sliding doors;'
speaking tubes, electric bells, perfect in every re
spect, and elegant neighborhood. THOMAS LIG
UETf, No. 114 Fourth avenue mh3-137-rrrssu
FOK SALE A HANDSOME SHADYS1DE
residence: one of tbe finest avenues in the
East End: convenient to railroad station: 12 spa
clous rooms and replete throughout with all the
more recent appliances; reception hall, cabinet
mantels, natural gas, bath, lavatory, etc, etc;
piazza In front, large lot, side entrance alley In
rear; everything In prime order; almost new; Im
mediate possession given, and price and terms
much less than actual value to a prompt pur
chaser. JAB. W. DBAFJ5 & CO.; 129 Fourth
avenue Pittsburg, mh2-33-D
FOR SALE-840.000-FINE RESIDENCE ON
North avenue A. LEGGATK & SON, 31
Federal st., Allegheny. mh2-53
FOB HALE 8175-LOT 2-5x75, RIDGEWOOD
avenue Second ward, Allegheny; a hillside
lot, pretty steep. A. LEGGATE & SON, 31 Fed
eral st. mh2-58
FOR SALE-GOOD INVESTMENT; ONLY
K. 000 for two new S-room frame dwellings In
Allegheny that rent for 8334 per vcar. bai.ten.
SPERGEB & WILLIAMS, 151 Fourth' avenue.
FOR SALE-CHEAP IF SOLD AT ONCE
(Price very greatly reduced): on Franklin
street, Allegheny: a very desirable residence; 9
rooms: lot 43x130 leet. Call on or address W. A.
HERRON &3QNS, 80 Fourth avenne. mh2-12-TTB
T710R SALE-ON EASY PAYMENT'S, FOUR
A? new, 6-room houses, 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
ave., Penn building, room 611. Ja31-72-TT8
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
One elegant brick residence finished through
out with complete modern conveniences on Fre
mont street extension; also 9 new dwellings cheap
and on easy payments; two houses on California
avenue nicely finished; a three-story brick store
and dwelling on Anderson street. LASHELL A
KANKIN, 67 Fourth avenne. mh3-7-Tus
FOR BALE-GLENWOOD, THE MOST CON
VENIENT suburb or tbo city; only 12 min
utes by the B. & O. : 21 trains a day each way;
building lots for sale near the station at poo, (400,
toOO, (600, 8700, 1300, f 1,000, according to location
and size of lot : terms to suit purchasers. GEOBGE
C BURG WIN, Attorney at Law, 150 Fourth ave.
FOR SALK-OR EXCHANGE-22 ACRES FINE
bottom garden land: No.l bnildlngs.orcbard,
etc. : natural gas; Is below Sewlckley; price $11,000.
8TEVEN SON'S AGENCY, 100 Fifth ave.
-rjlOB SALE-mOOO-SUBURBAN RESIDENCE
X of Mrs. Eliza A. Cooper, West End avenue
New Brighton road: lot-90x260; brick double
house, 12 rooms and attics. A. LEGGATE &.
SON, 31 Federal St., Allegheny. fe23-l
FOE S ALE-AT HOBOKEN, PA., S MINUTES'
walk from station, almost new two-story
frame with natural cas and water in tho house
8 good large rooms, facing public road; also street
In tbe back: good site 40x160: will be sold cheap
on easy terms; price 83,000. CaU on'or Address ,1.
HETZELL. Hoboken, Pa. nVbJJ-ST-TuVf su
FOR SALE-AT SHERIDAN STATION, P., C
& St. L. R. B.. 12 acres -of land, suitable for
fine residences sites; at .Shousetown station, P.
& L. E. K. B.,4 small houses and lots: each lot 47K
X20O feet: price ror all 83,300; also a frame house of
6 rooms: lot 80x90 feet; price 1,000. LASHELL
RANKIN, 67 Fourth ave. mli3-7-Tnsu
FOR SALE-SUBURBAN RESIDENCE AND
large grounds: brick house or 9 large, cheer
ful rooms and finished attic bathroom, natural
gas, heater, range, etc ; Hi acres of excellent
land, fruit and shade trees, shrubbery, etc.: con
venient to city and near R. K. station. ALEX
ANDER & LEE, 313 Wood St. mhS-W-TUS
FOB SALE-(99)-ON LINE OF PBOPOSED
electric road, Bellevue; handsome, modern
dwelling. 8 large rooms, hall In center, heater,
natural gas, laundry, porches, hardwood mantels,
tiled fireplaces, splendid lawn, 161x80; choice
lrultand shade trees; neighborhood first-class; 2J6
acres ground; can be sub-divided. SAMUEL W.
BLACK & CO.. 99 Fourth avenue mh3-9
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, lrult trees, etc.
This beautiful place is located In what is common
ly called ForesivUle and only about five miles
lrom the city, and cost only ordinary carfare.
This place will be sold at a great sacrifice If sold
soon, orwUl rent the same reasonable. Apply
soon to O. B.TOUDY, 1721 Carson street. South
IOK -SALE-VERY DESIRABLE SUBURBAN
& IIUU1C, I1..U O.AU.B UU K,V 4UC3 V, ,UUU,
niceiy laia on in wsiks, nower Deas, snruDDsry,
etc.; on line of electric road, Perrysvllle n Al
legheny: house contains 11 rooms and 1 small
room, fitted up with shelving suitable for storage
and clothes room, also bathroom, w. c, natural
and artificial gas and city water, thus combining
the advantages of the country and all con
veniences of the city. Inquire of J. A. MCKEE,
70S Penn ave., Fenn building, room 611.
FOR SALE-OR TO LET-ONE OF THE MOST
beautiful suburban places in Allegheny
countv; the house Is large containing 15 rooms,
splendidly finished, and surrounded with wide
erandas; it Is completely fitted up with bath
rooms, water closets and natural gas: there Is a
good stable and handsome fowl house: the grounds
arc very beautiful and wellsupplled with choice
shrubbery, fruit and ornamental trees; the whole
will be sold, with from 1 to 5 acres of ground, at a
verv moderate price. KNOXVILLE XiAND IM
PROVEMENT CO., 83 Knox avenue, Knoxvillo
FOR SALE-A HOME IN THE COUNTRY AT
Bellevue Neville station, new frame house
of 8 rooms and mansard; hall In center, upstairs
and down: front building 40x19, back 40x20, front
porch 3Gx7), side porch 40x54:hot andcold water,
bath, fine sanitary w. c, stand, etc ; natural and
illuminating gas; fine gas fixtures and newel It.;
house Is grained throughout, slate mantels and
stone hearths in every room: well supplied with
pantries and closets: lot 220x280, with stable, feed
house, chicken bouse and other rooms, all under
one roof; large and small fruits ot all kinds lust In
bearing. For terms and price Inquire at 32 WEST
DIAMOND, next door to Allegheny Heating Co.
FOR SALE LOTS.
Knm End lot.
FOR SALE-THREE ACRES OF BEAUTIFUL
land on Slanton ave., near Hlland; situation
unsurpassed: fine fruit and shade trees; price and
terms reasonable. Inquire of D. C. NEGLEY,
6105 Penn ave.. East End.. laf9-12-TTS
FOR SALE-SOMETHING CHEAP-3 LOTS ON
Mellon street 24x110. one square from paved
street In Nineteenth ward; price only EOO each:
come at once as thev will seU
ell soon. MELLON
ui'.us., caw station St., .,
FOB SALE NOW IS, THE TIME TO SECURE
a choice building site for a home; 60-foot
streets; no city taxes; Bank of Commerce addition
?lan, Brushton station. Secure colored plan from
OHN F. BAXTER, Agt., 612 Smlthfleld at.
OB SALE-CHOICE LOTS, AT DALLAS STA
TION, P. B. R.", convenient to steam and
street ears: cheap Sod en easy terms, situation
unsurpassed: price ranging rrom 8400 to 8600. In
qnlreof D. C. NKGLEYJ 06 Penn ave. East
FOB SALE-CHEAP LOTS II CHEAP LOTS II
Second ward, Allegheny, (350, 22x100 feet;
easy terms. W. W. MCNEILL & BRO., 162
FOB SALE-IU800-BUILDING LOT, TAG
CART St., adjoining incline plane 38 feet
Iront. 18 feet rear, 125 feet deep; stores here would
rent well. A. LEGGATE & SON, 31 Federal St.,
FOB SALE-(99)-PAKK RESIDENCE SITES;
one or more lots 21x180 on North ave ; fine op
portunity to acquire choice building sites without
paying for valueless old buildings: terms to suit.
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-TENTn WABU, ALLEGHENY,
25 choice lots. Clifton ave and adjacent sts.;
city water and both gases; two handsome and
convenient houses and large lots on Clifton ave.
on easy terms; these properties are close to new
Incline and Federal Street Electric railway: a
handsome 6-room brick on Chartlers St., near
Favette at a bargain; four bricks 011 Voegtlyst.
and Madison ave.: these are a first class Invest
ment; also a number of two and three room
houses In Second and Tenth wards, cheap and on
monthly orquarterly payments; a very fine nine
room and mansard brfek. modern and complete In
all its appointments; choice location: near the
parks: easy terms. JOHN It. McCBEEBl, 95
Fifth ave. mhl-23-ns
FOB SALE-CHEAP-FARM 70 ACRES, GOOD
7-room bouse barn, orchard, etc., 4 miles
from Rochester; price 83,000; also SO acres, house
barn, fruit, etc.Ievel land, Smiles from Rochester,
ror 82, COO; 120 acres level land, 6-room house barn,
orchards, etc, adjoining Beaver; must sell; price
tlOO per acre Send for big farm and exchange
list. N. F. HURST, KealEstate Agent, Rochester,
FOB SALE-FARM; ATABARGAIN-DAIEY
and truck larm, 60 acres. Including fine two
story dwelling, 8 rooms, stable and sprlngbouse;
8 acres In orchard, apples, pears, cherries,
quinces, grapes, etc. ; well and spring water soft;
one-balf tbe property is rich bottom land: the
whole underlaid with 9-foot vein of coal; situated
on Plum Creek Branch, A. V. R. R., one mile from
Verona, Allegheny .county; convenient to Pitts
burg; this is a splendid property, and will be sold
cheap on easy terms. Inquire MOBBIS & FLEM
IN G. 106 Fourth ave. fe2-38-TT8
FOR SALE-CITY AND SUBURBAN PROP
ERTIES, manufacturing sites, farms, lumber
and mineral lands. Send for new price list. 1. M.
PEN NOCK & SON, No. 105 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-HOUSES AND VACANT LOTS IN
Flttsburg, Allegheny, Bellevue Emsworth.
Ulenfleld. Osborne Sewlckley, East End, Brush
ton, Wilkin sburg, Edgewoodand on the South
Side, Mt. Washington. Crafton and CasUe Shan
non. J. DEBMITT, 407 Grant street.
FOK SALE-A NUMBER OF NICE PROPER
TIES at Bellevue on Ft. W. B. B.. about 15
minutes from city, ranging in price from 1 1,600 to
83,600; these are desirably located, and can be pur
chased on yonr own terms. For further particu
lars call on THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave
1,000, Third avenue dwelling.
9.000. Ben Venue new brick residence.
1,250. Oakland, fine-brick house 8 rooms.
tl.euo, Brushton, new elegant 5-room frame.
110. 500, Shadysldp.abeanllrulresidence property.
g.000, Forbes street, near Gist, finely finished,
rick residence of9 rooms. AU on easy terms.
W.W. MCNEILL & BRO., 162 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-K0O-UNUSUAL BUSINESS OP
PORTUNITY: right party with over Ku0 can
make 82,000. to 85.000 annually managing branch
office. DUNLXp ELECTRIC CO.. Knoxville,
Iowa. , mhS-39-TTSU
FOK SALE-DRYGOODS AND NOTION
store: great bargain to good party who will
buy immediately, or will take real estate in ex
change; send for farm and exchange list, N. F.
HUBST, Rochester, Pa. mh5-40-TTS
FOR SALE-BAKERY AND CONFECTION
ERY on good street near heart of city; good
trade established; living rooms connected: satis,
factory reasonsfor selling. BALTEN SPERGEB A
'WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth avenue mh5-94
FOB SALE A GOOD INVESTMENT FOB A
live:, energetic man; 8. M. SHANER'S RES
TAURANT, 42 Diamond Market House Pitts
burg; doing good business; good reasons for sell
ing. ' mh5-88
T7OK SALE-SHOE STOKE-BEST TOWN IN,
JC Western Pennsylvania: established 10 years
best location in the city; stock small; will sell
cheap; present proprietor must retire owing to
poor health; a good chance for a live man. Ad
dress SHOE, Dispatch office. mh5-W
FOB SALE-STOKES, STOKES. STORES;
drug, dry goods, grocery, notion, shoe tea,
cigar and tobacco stores, bakeries, hotels, restaur
ants, confectioneries, boarding bouses, coal
works, etc. ; 100 good city business chances lor
men or women. BHEPAKD ft CO.. M Fifth aTC
R 8ALK-ANII HE NT-A BABBEB SHOP.
2001 CARSON ST., S. 8. mh5-98
Bnslucss Stands. (
T7OR SALE-(W) BUSINESS PROPERTY ON
JD Penn ave., downtown, paying fair rate on
price; enhancement certain: buy now for a bar
gain. SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO., ,99 Fourth
F)K SALE-WISHING TO KETXRE, I OFFER
my old established business stand (with or
withoutstock):dolngv20,OOOannnally; store, ware
house dwelling and stable: 8 hours from Fltts
burg, on C. &'. B. K.. general store, Kensington,
Col. Co., O. C. E. RICHARDS. fel3-30-IOD
FOR SALE-CHEAP A BBICKYABD WITH,
machinery, necessary material, in good run
ning order: or will exchange for city property:
will be sold one-half cash and the balanco to be
taken out in brick, or as buyer may desire: owner
sick and cannot attend to. Inquire at 133 CHEST
NUT ST., Allegheny. mh3-6-TTSU
Machinery and Metals.
1 Ball engine 1 small dynamo and 2 lamps and
meat shoppers, rendering kettles, etc VELTE is
MCDONALD, Penn ave, cor. Thirty-second st."
OB SALE-NEW AND SECOND-HAND
machinery, pntrlnea frnm,4-horse nawernn.
boilers, pmnps, etc: call or Write for prices.
FAHEY .t RFAl.LFR. Faber and Washington
sts., near Union depot. " ap24-v35X-TTS
nones. Vehicles. Uve Steele, ifcc
FOK S ALli-FINE SIDEBAR. TOP 8PKEDING
bnggy. costt25nnew;wlll sellltandgood set of,
single harness for 830. Address U. 11., Dispatch
FOB SALE FINE YOUNG KEGISTEBED
Alderney cow, with heifer calf, at a bargain.'
JOHN SKELLY. Thirty-third it, abovo P.R. R.,
Thirteenth ward, Pittsburg, mh5-38
FOK SALE-MORTGAGES I MORTGAGES
from 8500, 81,000, 81,500 and upward, bearing
6 per cent interest, approved by attorney. These
mortgagea,are nearly alt purchase money mort
gages. An excellent Investment for anybody.
Apply to O. B. TOUDY, 1721 Carson street, Uonth'
Side. . feW-61
FOE SAL&-AM GOING OCT OF BUSINESS,
want to sell one national cash register cheap.
Address REGISTER, Dispatch office. mh5-69
FOR SALE-CHEAP-PIANOIF BOLDEABLY
this month: seven octave, Vose & Sons, Bos
ton; rosewood case square four round corners,
carved legs. Address P. U. BOX 27. Hulton. Pa.
EOE SALE CHEAP-THE ENT1BE OFFICE
furniture and fixtures of tbe German Fire
nrance Company: 2 iron safes, counters, desks,
chairs, bookcases, carpets, stoves and partitions;
as the company intends moving dnring the month
to their own building. No. 601 Wood street. GEB
MAN FIKEINS. CO., cor. Slxthave.and Woodst.
TO LET-NO. 179 THIRD AVENUE. 10 BOOMS:
late Improvements. W. A. HEBRON &
SONS. 80 Fourth avenne. " mh3-119
TO LET-TWO HOUSES ON FRANCES ST.,
between Wylle and Center aves., of 7 rooms
and ball: fitted for natural gas: hot and cold
water, inside w. c. and bath, front and back
Jorch; rent 820 per month. Inquire or WM. M.
OHNSTON. on premises. mh3-131-TSu
TO LET-AT 17 50 PER MO.-OWNEB FUE
NISHES nat. gas for fuel; brick house ore
rooms, and late Improvements; No. 207 Plymouth
St.: rent free until April I, 1889; (wUl rent with
privilege to buy, and all money paid as rent cred
ited toward the purchase money, which can be
paid In monthly installments of 820. W. A.
HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue
East End Residences.
TO LET-EAST END DWELLINGS. L'ARGE
and small. Call or send for printed list free.
W. A. HEURON & SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
TO LET TWO 8-ROOM HOUSES LARGE
lot, bath, w. c: near Roup station and cable
KOOM 14, Schmidt & Friday buUding. Fifth ave.,
between 10 A. M. and 1 P. M. . mti5-ll
TO LBI-BRICK HOUSE ON MEADOW ST.,
between Lincoln and Park aves.. East End,
10 rooms, bathroom, hot and cold water, natural
gas, good cellar, stable on lot; rent 8500 per annum.
Inquire NEXT DOOR, or of DAVID BLAIB,
Liberty ave. and Edmund St., Twentieth ward.
TO LET-TnE TWO-STORY BRICK DWELL
ING honse mansard roof, corner Filth ave
nue and Dlthrldge street, Bellelleld, dlrectlyop
poslte "Lloyd's circle;" has ten rooms, bath
room, water closet and wash room; supplied with
natural gas; on cable road ; no better location In.
East End. Inquire NEXT DOOR, or of WM.
HOLMES, Wand 12 Wood St. mb5-57
TO LET-SEVF.KAL SMALL HOUSES IN SEC
OND and Tenth wards. JOHN H. Mc
CREERY, 95 Fifth ave mhl-23-TTS
TO LET-IN ALLEGHENY, JJEAB THE
parks, a new modern brick house oro rooms:
all latest Improvements: a first-class house in
every respect. ALEXANDER & LEU, 313' Wood
st. . mhl-97-Tus
TO LET ON BIDWELL STREET, ALLE
GHENY, large modern brick house or 12
rooms; all latest modern appliances: brick stable
and carriage bouse. ALEXANDER & LEE, 313
Wood St. mh2-97-Tus
TO LET ON K1RKPATRICK AVBNUE,
Allegheny, two brick houses of 6 rooms each;
finished attics, bath, both gases, w. c. etc., etc.;
1 sqr. from street cars, at 820 per month; no water
rent. ALEXANDER & LEE, 313 Wood St.
TO LET-AT HAKMERVILLE, SIX-ROOMED
house with large storeroom attached: good
grocery stand. Address MRS. MARY MCCRUM,
Box 13, Hoboken, Fa. mho-33
TO LET-AT EVERGREEN. TWO FRAME
houses oflO and 12 rooms, with 3 and 4 acres
or ground; Immediate possession. ALEXANDER
& LEE, 313 Wood st. mh2-97-TuS
TO LET-SUBUBBAN BESIDENCE AND
large grounds, brick house 9 rooms and 2
finished attic rooms, natural gas, batb, range
etc. : 7M acres land, fruit and shade trees, ALEX
ANDER A LEE, 313 Wood St. mh2-97-Tus
TO LET-FINE RESIDENCE, TWO-STORY
brick mansion, seven rooms and finished
attic cemented cellar, bathroom and all conven
iences; 3 acres of ground, fruit trees, shrubbery,
stables, etc. : will be rented low to good party;
Shad v ave.. opposite Wllklns ave. Inquire or N.
S. SNYDEK.St. Nicholas Hotel, orJ.B. HYND
MAN, 6212 Penn ave, East End. mh5-3-TWSSu
TO LET IN THEMOST CONVENIENTLOCA
TION in tbe city, double parlors. No. 720
Penn avenue'eorner Eighth street; suitable for
doctor or dentist offices: can be had for sleeping
apartments, with board if desired. mhl-31
TO LET-TWO FRONT AND BACK CON
NECTING rooms, first floor, unfurnished;
with use of kitchen and laundry if desired; for
light honsekceplng; all modern Improvements;
on line of street cars, Allegheny. GEO. BOCHES
TER, Allegheny P. O. mb5-34
TO LET-STOBE AND DWELLING, NO. 146
Wylle ave. L M. FENNOCK 4 SON. 105
Fourth ave. mh2-25-TTS
TO LET-COB. OF LIBEBTY AND DIAMOND
sts., first-class produce or grocery stand.
Call on W. A. HEREON SONS, 80 Fourth ave
TO LET-WAREHOUSE. WOOD ST.-LABGE
4-story warehouse cor. First ave. and Wood
st. ; 30 -foot front; telephone 335. U. T. MORRIS,
106 Fourth ave. mh2-18-rrs
IOLET-A LONG AND WELL-ESTABLISHED
erocerv stand on Fifth avenue Shadv-
slde; large storeroom and dwelling. W. A. HER
RON & SONS, 80 Fourth ave. mh3-119
TO LET-ELEGANT STOREROOM WITH
plate-glass front; fine opening for bakery and
confectionery, China and glass orlcwelry busi
ness: first-class retail location. Apply to J. H.
AIKEN, 100 Fifth avenue. 1 mh5-35-D
TO LET-OR FOR HALE-A NO. 1 BUTCHER
establishment, two young horses, two new
wagons, one new barouche upright engine and
boiler, steam chopper, kettles, etc.: a fine large
slaughter house and a Ho, 1 business, butcher
shop and ronte: a good chance ror a live man:
reason for selling, owner Is sick. Inquire or
JNO. WESLEY, 7231 Tioga St., Homewood, E. E.
Offices, Desk Room, &c
TO LET-TWO UNFUENISUED PARLORS,
suitable for office. Apply at 68 F1KST AVE.',
TO LET-TWO UNFURNISHED PARLORS,
suitable for office. Apply at 88 FIRST AVE.,
TO LET-LARGE FRONT OFFICE OR DESK
room! best of light. PENN BUILDING.
See Janitor. mh5-5S
TO LET-OFF1CES-CHEAP-THE BEST ON
Fourth avenue In the Dallmeyer block: ele
vator, heat and Janitor service. W. A. HEBRON
& SONS, 80 Fourth avenue mhJ-119
TO LET-FRONT OFFICES AT POOFEB YR.,
with elevator, heat and Janitor service, in the
"Dallmeyer block." 96 Fourth avenue. W. A.
HKRROM SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
mbl-39-2, 5, 7, 9, 12, 14, 16, 21, 23
TO LET IN THE MCCANCE BLOCK,
Smlthfleld, Liberty and Seventh avenue
well-lighted offices, each room fronting on a prin
cipal street; passenger and merchandise eleva
tors. . Ja8-32-D
TO LET SINGLE AND CONNECTING
rooms In tbe Garrison buildings, cor. Wood
and Water streets, and Third ave. and Wood
street; also warehouse and basement No. 213
Wood St. Inquire at A. GARRISON FOUNDRY
CO., 10 and 12 Wood st, Jal8-5I
O LET-NEW OFFICESrSPLENDID LIGHT.
The Germanla Savings Bank. 423 Wood st..
having changed the Interior or its building by
adding 15 large, airy and well-lighted offices, with
all modern conveniences, elevator, etc., offer the
same for rent at reasonable terms. Parties deslr-'
log a fine location should apply at once at the
TO LET-OUB "TO LET" LIST, AS HERETO
FORE Issued from onr office i now pub
lished every Wednesday and Saturday (without
expense to landlords) In The Dispatch only.
BAMUEL W. BLACK CO., 99 Fourth ave
PERSONA L-BOOKS WANTED-1F YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth 11,000, let us know: we will buy one as
quickly as tbe other. LEVI'S BOOK STORE,
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. fe20
PERSONAL YOU WILL BEA LONGTIME
dead, but a short time alive o be up and
make the best of It: see thafvour wearing apparel
always looks neat and tidy. DICKSON, the
Tailor, of 63 Fifth avenue, corner Wsod street,
second floor, makes a specialty of flue cleaning
and repairing; glvehlm a trlal.'l'elephonelaoS. las
FOUND -THE TRUTH f WE 8UFFEBED UN
. TOLDagonlesI Dr. Grifflth'sTa-va-zon rem
edies cured us when all other means had failed.
Mrs. Eev. Lot Lake, Mrs. Wm. G. Cover, Youngs
,town, O. : Mrs. Hannah John, 663 Forbes St.: John
.8. Fahey, Tallapoosa, Ga.; Thomas Brown, S. S.:
Michael nines, 121 Wylie ave., and thousands or
others. We Invite tho worst cases from whatever
.cause. See testimonials at GRIFFITH'S FHAK
MACY, Third and Grant, Pittsburg. Pa. mh5-4
LOSTOR STOLEN A BLACK AND- TAN
setter dog. answer to name of "Bill:" feet,
breast and over eyes tan; lost on Tuesday In Alle
gheny t5 reward for Ida return to . MAGEE &
CO.. 33 Park way, Allegheny City. Dog Is regis
tered. " mb5-5l
DISSOLUTION NOTICE-THE FIRM OF
Soraers, Brother & Co. is this day dissolved
by mutual consent, Charles -Somers and E.D.
Bchols retiring. J.-L. SOMERS.
W. H. WILLIAMS,
Having purchased the Interests therein of
Charles Somers and 'Ei-D. Echols, we will con
tinue tha wholesale produce, fruit and com
missiqn business of Somen, Brother & Co., un
der the same firm name, at No. 63!) Liberty
street, Pittsbnrp;, where all debts due. to the
old Arm are to be paid, and those due from the
The financial resources and general manage
ment of. the old firm will remain undisturbed,
and the policy which secured for and has re
tained to it a leading position in tbe produce
trade of this city will be closely adhered to.
W. H. WILLIAMS,
PrrTSBTTRG, Pa.. March 1, 1889. mh5-51-Tn
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
mechanics' national bank, at
Pittsburg, in the State of Pennsylvania, at the
close of business, February 26, 1889.
Loans and discounts $1,631,719 91
Overdrafts 6,246 06
IT. S. Bonds to secure circulation... 155,000 00
Due from approved reserve agents. 301,495 07.
Due from other national banks 163,421 38
Due from State Danks and bankers. 10.5-53 10
Real estate, furniture and fixtures. 30,750 00
Current expenses and taxes paid... . 6,499 59
Checks and other cash items 1.750 65
Exchanges for Clearing House 120,61190
Bills of other banks 91,035 00
Fractional paper currency, nickels
and pennies 1,261 SO
Specie 117,500 CO
Legal tender notes 141,000 00
Redemption fund with U. S. Treas
urer (Spercentof circulation).... 6,950 00
Capital stock paid in $ 500,000 00
Surplus fund 300,000 00
Undivided profits 133,977 74
National bank notes outstanding... 111,900 00
Dividends unpaid 9,293 00
Individual deposits sub
ject to check $1,352,243 15
Time certificates of de
Cashier's checks out
standing 69,373 41
Duo to other national
banks 360,829 91
Dae to State banks and
bankers 7,917 98
State of Pennsylvania, county of Allegheny, ss.
I, Saml. C. Applegate, Cashier of the Me
chanics' National Bank of Pittsbnrg, Pa., do
solemnly swear that tbe above is true, to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
SAML. C. APPLEGATE, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 2d
day of March, 1889.
GEO. L WHITNEY, Notary Public
JAS. S. ATTERBURY,
SEPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
IRON CITY NATIONAL BANK,at Pitts
g.'in the State of Pennsylvania, at the close
of business, February 26, 1889.
Loans and discounts $1,654,939 48
Overdrafts 563 51
U. S. bonds to secure circulation. . . . 100,000 00
Other stocks, bonds and mortgages . 53,279 98
Due from approved reserve agents. 154.893 22
Due from other national banks-.... 124,462 75
Due from State banks and bankers. 3,637 21
Real estate, furniture and fixtures. 95,600 14
Current expenses and taxes paid. . . 9,008 30
Premiums paid 6,000 00
Checks and other cash items 14,345 17
Exchanges for Clearing House 69,478 39
Bills of other banks. 17,671 00
Fractional paper currency, nickels
and pennies., 6 23
Specie 163,200 00
Legal tender-notes 161,250 00
Redemption f nnd with U. S. Treas
urer (5 per cent of circulation)... 4,600 00
Capital stock paid In S 400,000 00
Surplus fund 250,000 00
Undivided profits 84,556 60
National bank notes outstanding. . . 88,620 00
Dividends unpaid 1,810 00
Individual deposits subject to check 1,347,730 41
Demand certiUcates of deposit 9,500 00
Cashier's checks outstanding 11,530 81
Due to other national banks 417,971 90
Due to State banks and bankers. ... 21,117 70
State of Pennsylvanla,county of Allegheny.ss.:
I, Oliver Lemon, cashier of the Iron City
National Bank of Pittsburg, Pa., do solemnly
swear that the abovo is true, to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
OLIVER LEMON, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 2d
day of March, 1889.
GEO. I. WHITNEY,
Correct Attest: Notary Public
ALEX. M. BYERS. )
SAM'L LINDSEY, Jr., Directors.
J. R. MCGINLEY,
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
ALLGHENY NATIONAL BANK, at
Pittsburg in the State of Pennsylvania, at the
close of business Februry 26, 1SS9.
Loans and discounts $1,540,717 06
Overdrafts 6,874 91
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation... 60,000 00
Other stocks, bonds and mortgages, 67,733 00
Due from approved Re
served Agents $ 387,936 89
Due from other National
Banks 167,003 93
Due from State banks
and bankers 28,959 27
Real estate, furniture and fixtures, 116,575 00
Current expenses and taxes paid. . . 3,585 51
Premiums paid ' 12,600 00
Checks and other cash
Items 41,810 86
Exchanges for Clearing
House 183,075 28
Bills of other banks 44,709 00
Fractional paper curren
cy, nickels and pennies, 127 11
Specie 249,778 00
Legal tender notes 150.C00 00
Redemption fund with U. S. Treas
urer, (5 per cent of circulation)..
Capital stock paid in $ 500,000 00
Surplus fund 160,000 00
Undivided profits 40.063 31
National bank notes outstanding.. . 45.000 00
Dividends unpaid 2,013 00
Individual deposits sub
ject to check J1,953,U9 89
Demand certificates of -
deposit 87,033 30
Due to other national
banks 177,459 31 .
Due to State banks and
bankers ,. 23,554 01
8 2,246.159 51
State ot Pennsylvania, County of Allegheny, ss.
I, F. C. Hutchinson, Cashier of the Allegheny
National Bank of Pittsbnrg, Fa., do solomnly
swear that the above is true, to tbe best of
my knowledge and belief.
F. C. HUTCHINSON. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn, to before me, this 2d
day of March, 1889. W. F. ROBB.
JNO. OALDWELL, JB.,
EEPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
THIRD NATIONAL BANK, at Pitts
g, in the State of Pennsylvania, at the close
of business, February 26, 1889.
Loans and discounts Jl,739,585 28
Overdrafts 2,490 30
U. S. bonds to secure circulation. . . . 60,000 00
Other stocks, bonds and mortgages. 53,571 04
Due from approved re
serve agents $165,085 93
Due from other National .
Dne from Stat banks and
bankers 2,863 33
Real estate, furniture and fixtures". . 64,060 00
Current expenses and taxes paid... 6.36102
Premiums paid 9,625 00
Cbedks and other cash
items S 19,811 08
Exchanges for Clearing
House 225,402 07
Bills of other banks .13,659 00
Fractional paper curren
cy, nickels and pennies. 2,363 55
Specie 242.241 00
Legal tender notes 66,500 00
Redemption fund with U. S. Treas
urer (5 per cent ot circulation).... 2,250 00
Capital stock paid in. $ 600,000 00
Surplus fund 250,000 00
Undivided proflts 21,544 09
National bank notes outstanding. . . 45,000 00
Dividends nnpald 1,730 00
Individual deposits suoject to check 1,484.149 50
Demand certificates ot deposit 128,975 50
Cashier's checks outtanding. 43,006 55
Due to other national banks 144.807 27
Due to State banks and bankers.... 95,780 20
State of Pennsylvania, County of Alleeheny.ss.
I, Wm. Steinmcyer, Cashier of the Third Na
tional Bank of Pittsburg, Pa., do solemnly
swear that tbe above Is true, to the best of my
knowledge and belief
W. STEINMEYER, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2d
day of March. 1SS9.
JAMES R. STERRETT, Notary Public
W. E. SCHMERTZ,
EEPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
FIFTHNATIDNALBANK, at Pittsburg,
in the State of Pennsylvania, at the close of
business, February 26, 1889.
Loans and discounts $378,812 10
Overdrafts LC22 00
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation 25,000 00
Other stocks, bonds and mortgages. . . 5.750 00
Due from approved reserve agents... 28.826 49
Duefrom other National Banks 48,529 52
Dne from State Banks and Bankers.. 6,419 68
Real estate, furniture and fixtures... 6,969 00
Current expenses and taxes paid 1.14G 77
Premiums paid 2,400 00
Checks and other cash items 7,480 46
BUIs of other banks. 660 00
Fractional paper currency, nickels
and pennies 177 86
Specie 28,087 75
Lecal tender notes 41,236 00
Redemption fund with U. S. Treas
urer, (5 per ct. of circulation) 1,125 00
. 20,000 00
. 7.089 19
. 22.600 00
Capital stock paid in
National Bank notes outstanding.,...
Individual deposits subject to check.
Cashier's checks outstanding
Due to other National Banks
Due to State Banks and Bankers....
State of Pennsylvania,County of Allegheny.ss.
I. A. C. Knox, Cashier" of the Fifth National
Bank, of Pittsburg, Pa., do solemnly.swearthat
the above 13 true, to the best of mv knowledge
and belief. A. C. KNOX, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 2d
day of March, 1889.
GEO. L WHITNEY, Notary Public
ROBERT ARTHURS, )
F.L. STEPHENSON, V Directors.
W. W.'PATRICK, i -
Cotntt Commissioner's Office,
Pittsburg, February 27. 1889. C
fTTHE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WILL
X bold appeals on the following named dis
tricts, to-wit: ' ,
Thursday, March 7. Chartlers township.
By order of County Commissioners.
R. E. MERCER.
GEORGE Y. McKEE,
P. W. SD3BERT. Clerk. mh2-53
Office of the Westmoreland and
Cambria Natuh al Gas Company,
43 Sixth avenue.
Pittsburg, February 28, 1889.
mHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
JL stocKnoiaers ana tne election 01 .Directors
to serve for tbe ensuing year will beheld at tbe
office of this company on TUESDAY, March
12. 1889, at 3 o'clock. M.
ma2-23J-l R. MACKENZIE, Secretary.
Chamber of Commerce of Pittsburg, ?
Pittsburg, Pa., March 2. 1889. j
ELECTION THE ANNUAL MEETING
of the members of the Chamber of Com
merce of Pittsburg, far the purpose of electing
officers, viz.: President, seven Vice Presidents
and 25 Directors, to serve for the ensuing year,
will be held in the rooms of the Chamber on
TUESDAY. MARCH 5, 1889, at 11 o'clock
A.M. Tho polls will be open from 11 o'clock
A. M. until 1 o'clock P. M.
mh3J S. L. McHENRY. Secretary.
Pittsburg, Cincinnati and St. Louis i
Railway Co.. Pittsburg. March 5,1889. (
ELECTION-THE ANNUAL MEETING
of tbe stockholders of the Pittsburg. Cin
cinnati and St. Louis Railway Company will be
held at tbe principal office of tbe company, in
the city of Columbus. O., on TUESDAY.
March 19, 1889, at 10 o'clock A. v.. for the pur
pose of receiving the annual report for 1883. the
election of 13 directors to serve for the ensuing
year and the transaction of such other business
as may properly come before the meeting.
The transfer books wiU be closed on Saturday.
March 9, and reopened on Friday, March 22,
1889. 8. B. LIGGETT, Secretary.
VTOTICE TO DRILLERS
J.1 Bids will be received by the undersigned
for the drilllne of a gas well in the borough of
McKeesport. Pa., to a deptb of not less than
twentv-nve hundred (2,500) feet to be cased
-with six (6) inch casing, (all materials to be
furnished by contractor except casing), until
March 13, 1889. Right reserved to reject any
or all bids.
MCKEESPORT FUEL GAS CO.
W. C. SOLES.
JAMES E. PATTERSON,
JOS. T. TREES,
J)R0P0SAL3 8EALED PROPOSALS
will be received by the Board of School
irectors of Chartlers township, Allegheny
connty. Fa., at the office of the architect until
3 o'clock p. M. Saturday, March 16, 1889. for the
erection of a, two-story brick school building at
Riverside, near Chartiers.P. &L. E. R.R.
The Board of Directors reserve the right to
reject any or all bids.
Plans and specifications may be seen at the
office of James N. Campbell, Architect, room
814 Penn building, Pittsburg, Pa., where all
bids must be addressed.
WM. SHERIDEN, Jr.. President
WM. GRAHAM, Secretary.
T)ROPOSALS FOR LOCK ON MUSKIN
X GUM RIVER U. S. Engineer Office,
.Zanesville. O., February 13, 1889.
Sealed proposals, in duplicate, for furnishing
material and constructing a new masonry lock
in the Muskingum River at Taylorsville, Ohio,
10 miles below Zanesville, will be received at this
office until 1 p. Jr., Central time, on Thursday,
the 4th day 'of April, 1889. All information fur
nished on application to Lieut. Lansinc H.
Beach, Corps of Engineers, Zanes
ville, Ohio. The attention of bid
ders is invited to the Acts of Con
gress approved February 26, 1S85. and February
23. 1887. WILLIAM E. MERRILL. Lieut.
Col, of Engineers. mh3-101-4.5. 6,7.29,30
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
Afternoon and Nights,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
- "D&UtTES." mh4-18
pi RAND OPERA HOUSE
JT Every Evening. Matinees Wednesday and
Saturday. MB. JOSEPH MURPHY.
TO-NIGHT "THE KERRY GOW."
Week March U Robson &. Crane in "The
TIJOU THEATER TO-NIGHT
Next Week "The Twelve Temptations."
J Week of March 4.
Kennedy & Mack Frank and John. Cupon
ties Charles and Alice. The smallest living
being now on earth. Admission 10 cents. Open
from 10 A. M. to 10 p. m; mh3-42.
JjARRY WniLIAMS" ACADEMY-TO-NIGHT.
Matinees Tuesdty, Thursday and Saturday.
LILLY CLAYS'S COLOSSAL BURLESQUE
Law- offices CHARLES F. McKENNA, 148
ADMINISTRATION NOTICE LETTlCRS
of administration cum testamento annexe?
on the estate of the late Thomas E. Pollard,,
of the city ot Pittsburg; deceased, baying beea
granted to the undersigned, all parties In
debted will make Immediate payment and
those having claims will present the same duly
Erobated without delay, at office and ware
ouse, corner of Penn avenue and Eleventh,'
street. Pittsburg. MRS. M. E. POLLARD,
f e5-96-Tn Administratrix C. T. A.
UCTION SALE OF DRUG 8TORE TO
Quit Business. TO DRUGGISTS! Thet
nndersltmed will offer for sale at nnblic anctlon
his Drug Store, situate No. 1707 Carson street,
Konthside.on SATURDAY, March 13, at 2P. M.
This is tbe best known and oldest drug store
on the Southslde, and in famishment and com
pleteness of detail will compare with any In the)
city. Fixtures, counters, prescription case,
drawers, eta, solid walnut. Six show cases,
two finest prescription scales, one marbled
connter scale, one Fairbanks counter
scale, safe, etc, etc The stock Is com
plete in every detail, and an inspection of tho
premises is cordially extended to intending;
purchasers. This is a rare chance and one that
does not often present itself. Sale absolute to
highest bidder. Terms cash. CHARLESI
SCHWARM, 1707 Carson street, Pittsburg; 8.'
S., Pa. L. BLATTNEB, Auctioneer.
A T AUCTION TUESDAY. MARCH 5, 19
J. A. x. Fine fnrnisbments of an elegant
borne removed to the auction rooms. No. 311
Market st for convenience of sale. Elegant
solid walnut chamber suit, full Tennessee)
marble tops and French plate mirror, single
wardrobe to matcb, with glass door, Turkish;
coucb. brussels and ingrain carpets, fancy
rockers, very fine parlor suit upholstered la
silk and plusb, easy charts, square piano in.
good condition, fine pictures, bric-a-brac orna
ments, bedsteads, bureaus, wasbstands. book
cases, library chairs and table, very elegant
dining room sideboard and extension table in
walnut with leather chairs to match, silver,
glass and delf-ware. lanndryand kitchen furn
isbments. fine hall rack, hanging and parlor
and piano lamps, clocks, toilet ware, etc, etc,'
etc Goods now on exhibition at room.
HENRY AUCTION CO.. LIU.,
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Always open. Appointments first-class
steam heat, sun galleries, etc
fe22-30 W. H. REYNOLDS.
-TTIOTHKRGILLHOTJSE. ATLANTIC CITY,
JD N. J. Located near beacb. Perfect san
itation. Steam heat. ELIZABETH HART
LEY, Prop. f e2542-TTSSu
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.-HOTELS,
Boarding houses, cottages, lots and-bath
houses to let or lor sale by I. G. ADAMS & CO.,
Real Estato Agents, Real Estate and Law
Building, Atlantic City, N. J. fel4-6-D
THE ELDREDGE, NO. IS SOUTH CARO
LIN A avenue, within three minutes' wall:
to depot or beacb. Large cheerful rooms, ex,
ceUent table. Terms moderate MRS. E, J.
ELDREDGE, Proprietress. feU-3-D
Unobstructed ocean view.
Cuisine and appointments of the best. Dinner
1:30 and 6:30. G. WATERS. ,
W. E. COCHRAN.Chlef Clerk, mbl-rrssu
ON THE BEACH.
Atlantic Crrr, N. J..
ED WIN LIPPINCOTT.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
MOVED TO THE BEACH,
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED.
UNSURPASSED OCEAN VIEW.
Salt water baths in tbe house. Elevator.
fel&6D E. ROBERTS 4 SONR
HOT SPRINGS, N. O.
MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL.
Firsf-clsss in every particular. Steam heat.
Open Fires, Porches inclosed in glass. Superb
Location, ideal Climate fer the debilitated.
Baths In Marble Pools. Finest In America;
Waters unexcelled anywhere in curative power
or luxury. G. K. LANSING,
(Late of Astor House. N. Y.) Manager.
OLD POINT COMFORT,
100 yards from Fort Monroe: open all tbe year,
accommodates LOCO guests; admirable location;
delightful climate; thrilling historic surround
ings: Turkish, Russian, Roman, Electric and
HOT SEA baths, the latter especially benefl cial
in rheumatic troubles. Music by the famous
Artillery SchoolBand.Glass-IncIosed verandas.
Average temnerature for winter 48. Absolutely
free from malaria. AU things considered, the
most comforatable and delightful resort at
which to spend tbe winter months in the United
States. Send for descriptive pamphlet.
no27-y40-Tursn F. N. PIKE. Manager.
MY OM HOME"
We have yet a few of those beautiful homes
Ajt 4T Allows
First A very beautiful 5-room house, with
natural gas, water, etc, for J20O cash and
J19 33 per month.
Second A lovely 4-room cottage, $200 cash
and tlU 33 per month.
Third A beautiful 3-room cottage, $200 cash;
$15 33 per month. 91
Fourth We have also a number of other
handsome properties on equally reasonable
43Take Southslde cars to Twelfth street,
and Mt. Oliver Incline, or to Thirteenth street,
and the Electric Railway.
OFFICE, 85 KNOX AVENUE,
mh3-TTSSa KNOXVJXLE BOROUGH.
A FEW CHOICE OFFICES,,
Some Offices asLow as
AN ELEGANT ROOM for general business
purposes, with or without power, is now
for rent in tbe new Dispatch building
on Diamond street, above Smlthfleld.
It Is 85 feet in length by 20 feet wide in front
and 30 feet at rear. SPLENDIDLY
LIGHTED FROM ALL FOUR SIDES.
Arranged admirably for offices and workroom.
Rent with power, electric light, steam
heating, passenger and freight elevator
Situation most central in Pittsburg.
Apply between 11a.m. and 4 p.m. at
NEW DISPATCH BUILDING,
75, 77 and 79 Diamond street:
CONSUME YOUR OWN GARBAGE HT
stoves and ranges while using the same for
cooking, or any other purpose, by using ths
Eureka Garbage Burner. For illustrative cir
cular, containing full information, call on or
63 East Diamond street,
WAITEnJ.OSBOKNK. RICHARD BAKB0W3.
BARROWS t OSBORNE
80 Diamond street. -Telephone
u sevenui avenue, ,
Telpaose-1344. 5-b8MM 9.
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