Newspaper Page Text
NEEDN'T 60 IT BLIND.
Eyes for All Animals, Though Some
Differ Widely From Others.
A COLLEGE OP ANATOMY LECTURE
In lYhich Orbs of Sight, From Man's Down
to the Snail's, Are Treated.
THE CHEMISTRY OF MEDICINE TOUCHED
Before the Pittsburg College of Anatomy
yesterday, Prof. B. C. Jillson gave an in
teresting lecture on "How Animals See and
Hear," and S. H. Stevens, IT. D., Professor
ot Chemistry at the School of Pharmacy,
entertained the audience with a delightful
talk on "Chemistry of Medicines." Dur
ing the course of his lecture Prof. Jillson
The difference between men, the higher ani
mals, is in their mental deportment; their brain
power, to see, hear, realize and understand
things they see and hear. The body, legs,anns,
etc, are only the servants of the mind, and are
made use of by the mind to do its work. None
ot us has any connection or contact with the
outside world, except through the servants of
the mind, viz: hearing, feeing, feeling, tasting
and smelling. The waves ot sound strike the
eve but make no impression. One member
cannot perfect the work of the other. The
deep socket in which the eyeball is, is
surrounded by a cushion of fat, n Inch makes
a good rest for the balL The professor then
explained how the light seeks and is reflected
by the eye, just the same as it is reflected from
an object to the lenses o" a photographer's
camera. He said the eye was composed of
three coats. The outside coat has six muscles,
which move the eye to whateverobjectitseeks.
AVhen one of the muscles is pulled tight it be
comes diseased by the contraction. The eye is
also pullei in the same direction, and the re
sult ls-what is commonly known as being cross
eyed. He compared the outside coat on the
eye to a watch crystal on account of its simi
larity. Continuing he said: ....
The middle coat is black, and it absorbs the
light ir we paint the walls and ceiling of a
room white, the light coming through the win
dows wonld be reflected, and would make the
room very light. If the walls are painted
black, the effect is exactly the reverse, the
light being absorbed, and the room becomes
dark. The inner coat of the eye is composed
of little fine threads, which form the optic
nerve. The light which is reflected on the eye
is taken up bv these cords and carried to the
brain. The mind then takes cognizance of it.
If anything tonches an eye it gives us pain.
Nature has given us what is known as the eye
lid, for its protection. Snakes' eyes are ex
posed. They have no eyelids, and this gives
them the glassy, repulsive look. The fishes
have no eyelids, either. The eel has a little
glass plate or membrane imbeded in the skin,
and really pves the fish the appearance of
wearing-spectacles. Some animals seek food at
mght.on account of the formation of their eyes
liemg better able to retain the light when it is
dark than during the daytime. The few rays of
light collect in the second or metallic mem
brane, and they can see almost as well as other
animals m a stronger light.
The upper and outer part of eye pours out
secretions, or tears. The eyes of animals hav
ing no backbone, are of quite a differenct
formation or shape. Some of them have eyes
like ours. The snail has eyes on the top of
what are called bis horns. The sense of smell
is also located in the same place. The
eves of the cuttle fish are globular in shape,
and all parts are similar to our own. On the
edge of the jelly fish are soft little black spots.
You can see these also on the starfish. So. you
see, our Creator intended very f ev living things
in this world to go blind.
The speaker's reference to the ear was
also entertaining, but that on the eye was
In his talk on "Chemistry of Medicines,"
Prof. Stevens prefaced his remarks by say
ing that 100 years ago physicians poured
medicines, of which they knew little, into
patients oi whom they knew nothing, for
diseases of which they knew less. Now this
had been changed as science had progressed
and fhemistry became better known. His
address was a preliminary talk on a practi
cal fectnre. to be delivered in a few weeks,
and was listened to very attentively.
Lemon Jelly Cake.
To the yolks of six eggs, well beaten, add
three-quarters pound white sugar, juice of
one lemon, one-half pound of flour having
in it one measure "-Bajtsxr" Baking Pow
der; then add the whites of six eggs, beaten
stiff; bake in jelly cake pans.
Foe the Jellt. Take the yolks of
three eggs, beaten," and one-half pound of
white sugar, juice of one and grated rind of
two lemons, and whites of three eggs, beaten
very stiff; put in a vessel and place the ves
sel In boiling water; boil until it thickens;
when it is cold spread -over each layer of
the cakes except the top one.
The "Banner Becipe Book" is replete
with valuable household information for
baking tea biscuit, rolls, muffins and all
kinds of fancy cakes; instructions for roast
ing meats, fish and fowl; for preparing
French and mayonnaise dressings, and
making all kinds of desserts. Every lady
should have one of the books Orders
pound can with the Banner Becipe Book
from your grocer. If he cannot supply the
book, send your address to B. B. Powder
Co., P. O. Box 245, Pittsburg, Pa., and we
will mail it free.
Everybody Likes Them.
Boyal fruit biscuit are the finest things of
the kind ever turned out in a Pittsburg
bakery. Your grocer keeps them.
TUFSU S. S MAEVKf & CO.
81 Positively Only SI.
TJntil May 1, 1889, will the Eiite Gallery,
516 Market street, Pittsburg, make cabinets
for 51 per dozen; so come soon. Bring'the
SPECIAL NOTICE THERE WILD BE A
meeting of the Hotel and restaurant men
of Pittsburg and Allegheny City, held at Old
Citv Hall. MONDAY, March 1L at 2:30 P. M. A
f uli attendance is rcauested, as busic-jss of im
portance will be transacted. mhl0-40
AMEETIXG Of THE STOCKHOLDERS
of the Squirrel Hill Railway Company
will be held at the Chamber of Commerce
building. SATURDAY, March 23, 1S89, at 2 P.Jt,
for the election of a Board of Directors.
nihlO-46-WSBn R L. WHITTEN, Sec.
OT1CE MEMBERS OF SONS OF
JOSHUA LODGE No. IL A. P. A are re
quested to attend a special meeting SUNDAY,
the 10th, at 2 o'clock to make arrancements for
the funeral ot Brother John Hollerman. dec.
By order of W. M. mhlO-18
NOTICE MEMBERS OF GENERAL-PUTNAM
Council No. 125. Jr. O. U.A.M.,
will meet at thelrhaU,-cor.Twentv-secondstreet
and Penn ave., on Monday at 130 P. Jt sharp,
to attend the funeral of our late brother, John
StoppeL Members of sister councils respect
fully invited to attend.
By order of W. B. BOWMAN, Councilor.
W. S. COE. Rec Sec. mhlO-l
"RJ OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
JLl .partnership heretofore existing between
W. & Bowler and William Kyle, under the
firm name of W. S. Bowler 4 Co.. is this day
dissolved bv mutual consent. William Kyle
retiring W.'S. Bowler continuing the business
st same place. No. 960 Liberty bu. Pittsburg,
Pa. All claims doe said firm and owed by
said firm to be presented to and settled for by
W. & Bowler. WM. KYLE.
MABcm,lSS9. W. 8. BOWLER.
p a p
"Display advertisements one dollar per
square or one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, etc, ten cents' per line for each inser
Hon, and none taken for less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offloes have been
established at the following places,
where "Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient 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 The D1S
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 35u9 Bntler street.
EMU. G. STUCKET. Mth street and renn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY &CO.,Wylle ave. and Fultoast.
N. STOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
3. "W. "WALLACE, 613 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER 4; SHElBLEK,5thav. AAtwoodst.
JACOB sroHN, Mo. I Carson street.
CHAS. SCHTYAKM, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAEBCHEK, 59 Federal street.
H. J. McBRIDE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FEED H. EGGERS. 172 Ohio street.
F. IL EGGEltS & fcOJf. Ohio and Chestnut sts.
3. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Inrinaves.
G. W. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PERKY M. GtiElM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
-TTTANTED EXPF.RIENCED TRAVELING
W salesman in 'obblng Jewelry house. M.C.,
Dispatch office. TnhlO-3
WAN TED-FA PER HANGERS INQUIRE
at E. D. STRICKLER'S Paper House. K06
Penn arc, E. E. mhlO-49
WASTED-DRAUGHTSMAN FOR STRUCT
URAL Iron work: position at once. Call
at 116 WASHINGTON STREET, Allegheny.
-TTTANTED-AGENTS IRIDESCENT SIGNS
V and advertising novelties: big profits: out
fit free. BOBT. SIMS &CO.. Washington, D. C.
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS TRIMMER, ONE
thoroughlv experienced. Address, with
reference, to J. H.SHAW, 83 Euclid ave., Cleve
land, Ohio. mblO-80
-VTTANTED-GUlDE ROLLER-ONE ACCUS
W TOMED to small rounds: none but first
class man need apply. OLIVER BROS. 4 PHIL
LIPS, Tenth st. mills. mh9-66
W competent man to take charge of hooks;
Iron and steel business. Address MANUFACT
URER, Dispatch office. mhlO-oO
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS PANTALOON
maker: best wages and steady work: man
preferred. Apply at once to S. L. GOLDMAN,
Act., McKecsport. Pa. mhlO-57
WANTED PHOTO-COfYlNG AGENTS IN
every town to handle our celebrated Elec
tric Photos. Write for catalogue. GEO. LIES. 10
and 12 Sixth St., Pittsburg. mhlO-91
-TTTAN TED-SALESMAN FOR PRODUCE
V commission house; city trade: one ex
perienced and well acquainted: permanent
position for the right man. PRODUCE, Dispatch
T1TANTED-A CATHOLIC GENTLEMAN OF
V systematic business habits and refinement;
an intelligent man will receive good pay and
steady position. Apply J. V. SHEEHAN. Mc
Cance block, room 3. mhlO-54
WANTED REGISTERED PHARMACIST
muse sneak German and furnish recom
mendations as to ability, character and temperate
habits. Address, for one week, MOUSELL. care
39 Ohio St., Allegheny. mh9-I3
VTTANTED-AN A NO.ITRAVELING SALES-
V MAN by a table glassware manufacturer:
must be well acquainted with the JoDbing trade:
no other need apply. Address, giving salary and
references, to GLASS, Dispatch office. mhlO-53
-ITTA-NT-A FIRST-CLASS SALESMAN
W one who understands lnrnlture and car
pets: must be sober and Industrious and bring
reference; wages ?18 per m eek. Apply at PICK
ERING'S, cor. Tenth St. and Penn ave. mhlO-144
-TTTANTED -AN EXPERIENCED SALESMAN
IV to sell baking po der and grocery special
ties on commission, Plttsbnrg and vicinity: good
opportunity for an experienced man. Address,
gh Ing experience and reference, LOCK BOX 6o3,
Cincinnati, O. mhlO-75-TTSu
"TTTAN'TED-BAD WRITERS AT SMART'S
V PRACTICAL BUSINESS AND SHORT
HAND COLLEGE, 13 Sixth St., Pittsburg (near
bridge): terms moderate; best instruction guaran
teed: college re-opens March 11, 1SS9: dayand
evening sessions. mh7-30-TTSSu
TTTrANTED-ALL HONEST PERSONS SEEK
l ING employment, having llrst-class refer
ences from former employers, and all persons de
siring such help, call or address TVS IN CITY EM
PLOYMENT BUREAU, 67 Fifth ave. (second
floor), Pittsburg. nihlO-52
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS MAN TO
travel and appoint agents in fennslvania.
Liberal salary to the right man. Also local agents
wanted In every county. Write for particulars.
W.M. HIMKOI). Gen. Agt, Lake Shore Masonic
Relief Ass'n, Erie, Pa. feM-112-su
-VTJANTED-A FEW ENERGETIC MEN IN
V Pittsburg, Allegheny and surrounding
towns to handle a novelty that sells on sight every
where; an lndespensable household article: im
mense sales wherever Introduced. Apply berore
10 a. it. and after S P. M. at 1137 Liberty St.. W. F.
CROSBY, AGT. mhlO-139
TTANTED-BOOKKEEPER-DO YOU WANT
1 a position, promotion or Increased salary?
Farnswortu's new secret process, lightning cal
culating, win enable you to get more money for
yonr work or.glve yon a position: highest Indorse
ments. For particulars Inclose stamps to S. T.
FARNSWOR1H&CO., 17 Glenn Dl'drg, Cincin
nati, O. mhlO-109
WANTED COOK-APl'LY TO MRS. C. &.
MCLEAN. Wlnebiddle St.. E. E. mblO-56
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED GERMAN
female cook at once. 1 FOURTH AVE.
WANTED EXPERIENCED LADY AGENTS
for two new articles that sell to all business
men. Call or address 119 SANDUSKY ST., Alle
gheny City. mhlO-79
-TTJANTED-A MILLINER TOTAKECHARGE
V of the millinery department In a drygoods
store at Sharon. Pa.; must be an experienced
trimmer and saleslady. Applf at THORNTON
BROS., 1S Federal St., Allegheny. mhlO-152
WANTED-LADY AGENTS. TWO NEW
Inventions for ladies' spring, summer
wear. OuUell everything. Fay $100 monthly.
These, with our bustle-skirts, rubber goods, hose
supporters, etc.. make best business known. Ad
dress with sump. E. 11. CAMPBELL & CO., 4S4
Randolph St.. Chicago. mhlO-112-TTSU -
Male and I'cmale flelD.
"TTJ ANTED LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
wishing to adopt the stage as a profession
to address A. B. C Dispatch office. inhIO-124
TTANTED-GOOD LEADING MAN. LEAD
y IN G lady and other good responsible peo
ple tn call Immediately-at the PITTSBURG DRA
MATIC AGENCY, 96 Fourth ave., room 30.
TTTANTED-A PIANO PLAYER THAT UN
V DERSTANDS variety business: also first
part ladles. Answer quick for opening March 18,
PRANK C MORRIS, Olympic Theater, Marietta,
WANTED AGENTS. MEN OR WOMEN, TO
sell Missouri Steam Washer to families; ar
guments in Its favor numerous and convincing:
sales made without difficulty; nroflts large; sent
on two weeks' trial, to be refurne at my expense
if not satisfactory: write r Illustrated circular
and terms. J. W ORTH, 54 Beekman, N, Y.
Wanted;-partner special part
ner, with a cash capital ot (6,030 to put
Into an old established house: profits are good;
custom of the very best: the Increase In business
is wliv more capital Is required. For full particu
lars address P. O. BOXS14, Pittsburg, Pa.
-yttanted-two ROOMS EITHER fur-
T WISHED or unrurnlsued with board In Al
legheny, by a young couple. Address P. O; B.,
348, Pittsburg. mhl0-16
I T-rr AN TED-ROOM AND BOARD GOOll 1.(1.
V CALITY, East End or Allegheny, by thor
I onghly reliable couple: state terms. A. B. M.,
uupAWU uuiec muiu-14
WANTED BOARDING BY A. YOUNG
married couple, second story front room;
location near the parks, Allegheny. Address R,
B.. Dispatch office. mhlO-130
WANTED BOARDERS AND LODGERS.
-YTTANTEIJ-BOAEDERS. PLEASANT AC
VV COMMODATIONS can be had i miles from
the city. Address S., Dispatch Office. mhlO-20
-VTTANTED-FROM APRIL 1. A FEW PEO-
Y PLE to board In handsome bouseon Shady
avenue. East End; a limited number only taken.
Address A. B. C, Dispatch office, mh9-36
WANTED BOARDERS - SHADYSIDE
room wfth board suitable for married
couple or two gentlemen. Apply on premises,
AMBERSON AVE., third door from cbnrch.
-TTITANTED-OCCCPANT FOR LARGE SEO
V ON D story front room with small adjoining
room, furnished or unfurnished: suitable for
office or sleeping rooms. Apply at 008 PENN
TTTANTED BOARDERS-GENTLEMEN CAN
V obtain first-class boarding. In private
famllv; also nice furnished room, in central part
of Allegheny, not fire minutes from Allegheny
P.O. Address J, E., Dispatch office. mhlO-a
WANTED-OCCUPANTS' FOR PART OP
house, consisting of four rooms, both
gases, large hall and vestibule; excellent location;
one square from cable cars. Fifth ave.; rent
reasonable. Address CAREFUL, Dispatch
WANTED-BY A MAN OF 15 YEARS EX
a A. N ELSON, Boxll, Brookston, Forest Co., Pa.
WANTED ROOMS. HOUSES.
TTTA N T E D - FURNISHED HOUSE FOR.
VV family of four persons; East End preferred.
HOUSE, Dispatch office. mhlO-86
TTTANTED-BY TWO GENTLEMEN, AFUR
VV NISHED room with natural gas fire and
use of bath, situated in Sixth ward, Allegheny.
Address R. T., Dispatch office. mhlO-123
WANTED-FURNISHED HOUSE IN ALLE
GHENY or bewickley by couple without
cnlldrenand best references: would rent for a
year. Address J. H.. Dispatch office. mhIO-78
WA TED FINANCIAL.
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY AT 4K, 5 AND
6 per cent free of tax. W. C. STEWART;
114 Fourth ave. Ja20-2-su
TTTANTED RENTS COLLECTED PROMPT
LY LY; property managed with satisfaction
ALLES BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
WANTED-MORTGAGES-tl, 000, 000TO LOAN
on city and snburban properties at 4K, 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, 103
Fourth avenue. ap7-f41
TTTANTED-TO LOAN MONEY-WEI HAVE
V V over one million dollars to loan on city and
suburban property at 4)i per cent; no tax: we
will also loan money on improved farms In Alle
gheny, Beaver, Fayette, Washington and West
moreland conntles; any marketable security taken
for loans of any amount. BLACK 4 BAIRD, 93
Fourth ave. e3-a9-Su
ANTED-TO BUY ONE HORSE, CLOSED
carriage In good order. H. S., Dispatch
WANTED-A CATHOLIC HOME FOR A
good, bright girl aged 13. with a view to
adoption possibly. Address GUARDIAN, Dis
patch office. mh-23
TTTANTED-GOOD HOME FOR GIRL ELEVEN
V years old where she would be brought up as
one or the family: good parentage. Address,
LESLIE, Dispatch office. mhlO-93
TTTANTE D STEREOPTICON OR MAGIC
V lantern; must be good, with latest Im
provements, and cheap: Etate make and price.
Address STEREOPTICON, Box.164, Pittsburg.
WANTED SECOND-HAND REMINGTON
type-writing machine In good running
order; state price, kind and when same can be
seen. Address LADY, room 14, Stevenson build
ing, Pittsburg, Pa. mb.10-55
WANTED-PUBLIC TO KNOW THE ELITE
GALLERY, M6 Market street, Pittsburg,
will make cabinets for tl 00 per doz.. and show
proofs, until May 1; so come early; bring the
little ones; use elevator. le28-9
ANTED BUYERS FOR GOLD AND
silver -watches, chains, clocks, diamonds.
silverware, etc.. at fl per week; Rogers' knives
and forks fl 75 per set for cash. JOH-N MEfSCH,
ISO Federal st., Allegheny. fel7-18-MWFSu
WANTED-EVERYBODY TO KNOW THAT
H. Terheydcn has laid In a large stock of
American watches, gold and silver, that he can
sell as low as the lowest: remember the place.
HENRY TERHEYDEN, &30 bmlthfield St.
WANTED AUCTION SALES OF REAL
estate, merchandise at stores and house
hold goods at residences, by SM1THSON &
MOORE, General Auctioneers, office, room S3,
Eisner building, corner Fifth avenue and Wood
WANTED-BY PEARSON. LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER, 96 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that be Is making fine cabinets at (1 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous nrocesa. mhl3-k27
WANTED-PEOPLE WHO ARE LEAVING
the city or breaking up housekeeping to
know we will store yonr goods at our warcrooms,
or sell them at your residence; lowest rates: furni
ture moving and packing attended to. PITTS
BURG AUCTION CO.. 9?Thlrd ave. mh7-57
FOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
TTOR SALE-CONGRESS ST., BRICK DWELL
JD ING or 4 rooms; both gases, etc.; lot 10x90
ft.: price p. 600. ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth
ave. TeL 167. mhl0-9
FOR SALE-CONGRESS ST., BRICK DWELL
ING 8 rooms: bath, vestibule, hall, both
gases, etc.: a bargain. ALLES & BAILEY. 164
Fourth ave, Tel. 167. mhl0-9
FOR SALE NO. 69 STEUBEN ST.. THIRTY
SIXTH ward, large frame dwelling, 9 rooms:
lot, 20x64 feet: price only 2,400. LASHELL &
RANKIN, 67 Fourth ave. mhl0-10
FOR SALE MT. WASHINGTON, GRAND
VIEW ave.. S1.050; frame honse, 2 rooms;
lot, 15x157? terms, 50 cash, balance to suit. J R.
COOPER & CO.. 107 Fourth ave. mhlO-148
FOR SALE-CENTER AVE. AND CRAWFORD
St., brick dwelling, 6 rooms, hall, cellar,
etc.: lot 21x80 feet; price reasonable. ALLES, &
BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue. Telephone 167.
FOR SALE-ON MAGEE STREET-BRICK
house, 6 rooms, finished attic, natural gas,
city water, good cellar, etc.; wlllbeoldatabar
ain. J. R. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave.
FORSALE-83.800-NEW BRICK OF 7ROOMS;
has all conveniences: side entrance: lot24x
10 to paved alley: Penn ave., near Fortieth st.:
terms easy. W. C'STEWAET, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-p.oOOSUBSTANTIAL BRICK
of 8 rooms; nicely papered; tn good repair;
has all conveniences; finest neighborhood on Cen
ter ave.; terms easy. W. C STEWART, 114 Fourth
FOR SALE-NOS. 220 AND 222 ELLA ST., NEW
double frame dwelling or 6 rooms In each; lot
26x85 ft.: rents for (343: only (2,850: 800cash: bal
ance to suit: positive bargain. Til OS. MCCAF
FREY. 3509 Butler st. fe24-97-WSSu
FOR SALE-DAVIS ST.. NEW BRICK HOUSE
of 6 rooms, finished attic, hall, vestibule,
marble mantels, good cellar, nat. and art. gas;
lot. 20x94: cheap and terms easy. J. K. COOPER
Co., 107 Fourth ave mblO-143
FOR SALE-S1.500-SUBSTANT1AL FRAME
house, containing 5 rooms and Improvements,
nicely papered; lot 39x100 feet, located In a good
ne!glioorbood,near Center ave.: worth (1,800. W.
C, STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. mhlO-24
rORSALE-?I0,000-MODERN BRICK DWELL
ING ofnlne rooms, with lot 50x110 feet, with
good stable in rear: situated on Main St.: terms to
suit purchaser. STRAUB & MORRIS, corner
Wood street and Third avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-GOOD BRICK HOUSE-8 ROOMS
and hall, good cellars, side entrance: also,
two brick houses of 4 rooms, each fronting on
Mulberry St.: lot 24TI20 ft.; rents for S672; price.
6,250. J. R. COOPER & CO., 107JFourth ave.
FOR SALE BLUFF STREET. NEAR COL
LEGE, new brick houses rooms, hall, bath
room. Inside w. c., finished basement: a complete
house, all late Improvements; lot 23 feet 9 inches
by 133 feet. ROBERT COWARD, No. 20 Bluff
TTIOR SALE AN EXCEPTIONAL BARGAIN
JD Mt. Washington, fine river view, two squares
lrom incline, very neat frame, mansard roof
dwelling. 7 rooms, ball, water and gas, recently
papered and painted: lot 35x2U3: only fJ.400; easy
terms. J . R. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-8,000, BK1CK HOUSE AND LOT,
2919 Penn ave.: H00O, new frame. 7 rooms
and hall, 8915 Howlcy ave.; 900, brick house, 2
rooms, on Arch St.: $2,000, new 4-room house on
Cedar St., lot 20x130 feet: S1.100, good lot on Car
negie ave., Eghteenth ward. D. BEHEN', 4112
Penn ave., Real Estate and Insurance Agent.
East End Residences.
ORSALE-8,000-ON YOUR OWN TERMS,
new and substantial brick, containing 9
rooms and all conveniences: desirably located In
I. W. c. Bi'iiWAKT, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-ON GOOD STREET IN EAST
END. fourmlnutes from Fifth avenue cable
cars, and about six minutes from Roup Station,
frame house; 8 rooms; hath room : basement laun
dry; lavatory under front stairs: slate mantels;
natural gas: elegant front and side porches: ele
gant neighborhood; lot 4ixl30, very desirable In
cverv respect: only P.600. THOMAS LlGGETi',
No. 114 Fourth avenue. mh3-137-ITFSSu
TTIOR SA1.E-S1O.O0O-TERJIS TO SUIT PUR
JL: CHASER; new Queen Anne brick residence,
having large porches, vestibule: 4 rooms on first
floor, 4 rooms and hath on second and 3 attic
rooms; well finished, nicely papered and has
line irasfixtures: good stable on nremises: l&rcn
lot; located on a paved avenue. In a well-lm-i
S roved ana aesirauie nciguDornooa. w. c.
TEWAR1. 114 Fourth ave. mhlO-24
TJiOK SALE ON GOOD STREET IN THE
JD East End, three minutes' walk from Fifth
avenue cable cars; elegant neighborhood; large
corner lot G0xl50; new brick house, reception hall,
parlor, dining room, kitchen 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 SULuOU. THOS.
LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-ON SOUTH HILAND AVENUE,
lot 37.SX140 to 20-foot alley: selected brick ofa
rooms, bath room, basement laundry, good dry
cellar, hot and cold water, natural gas all through
the honse. large front porch, elegant shade trees,
tile hearths, slldlngdoirs between parlor and dln
ingroom; everything In perfect order: stable on
rear of lot: elegant neighborhood: convenient tu
both steam and cable cars: reason for selling
owner leaving the city. THOS. LIGGETT. 114
Fourth ave. mhS-lSf-rrrssu
FOR SALE-A BARGAIN IF SOLD AT ONCE,
beautiful corner lot on two prominent paved
streets In East End, 46x179: elegant new brick
house; parlor, dining-room, reception ball, li
brary, kitchen and large pantry-room on first
floor; 5 bed-rooms, bath and inside w,c. onsecond
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
GETf, No. 114 Fourth avenue. mh3-137-lTrssa
FOR SALE-EAST END RESIDENCE. NEG
LKY are., near Penn, elegant new brick resi
dence, 11 rooms, bath room, spacious and well
lighted laundry, large closets, closets with draw
ers and shelves, slate mantels, tiled hearths and
vestibule speaking tubes, electric bellsand lights,
flagstone pavements;, a very desirable and con
venient house; grading, paving and sewering of
Negley avenue paid without extra cost: key can
b found at residence of H. P. Sloterbeck, corner
Penn and Negley aves. TBI'S. LIGGETT, 114
Fourth ave. mhio-ss-Tnssu
PITTSBURG - DISPATCH,"
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
Eaat End Residence.
T7)K SALE-A NEW HOUSE, 153 CARVER
J street, with six large rooms, pantry and 2
porches, with stable In rear: lot 25x108: price only
fc.300. MELLON BROTHERS, 6349 Station St.,
TJiOR SALE-83.500-A NEW AND BUBSTAN
X? TIAL frame dwelling, containing 8 rooms,
bath and all conveniences; outside laundry with
rooms for help: located In East Liberty. W. C
STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. mhlO-24
FOR SALE-ON COLLEGE AVE., LOT 50X170
to 20-foot 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 are. mh3-137-Tirssu
OR SALE-ON PENN AVE.. BETWEEN
X Negley ana ot. viair st.; lot zaxi-io w ai
wood St., frame honse of 4 rooms, front and back
porches, sewer connections, etc ; only (3,000.
THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave, ,
FOR SALE-A NUMBER OF HOUSES LO
CATED In all parts or the East End. rang
ing In prices from (2.000 to (90,000. Parties who in
tend purchasing will find It to their Interest to see
W. C. STEWART. 114 Fourth ave.. berore buy
OR SALE-NEW FRAME QUEEN ANNE
dwelling, near North Hlland ave.. E. E.: 9
rooms, reception hall, bath, w. c. laundry, slate
mantels, art fireplaces, both gases; price low If
sold before April 1. Inquire at 6100 BOND ST.,
E. E. mhlO-25-TuSu
FOR SALE-(7,500-SUBSTANTIAL BRICK
residence, containing? rooms, bath and all
conveniences; lot 0x360, with outsido laundry
with rooms for help: terms, (1,500 casb, balance
same as rent: located at Edgewood. W. C. STEW
ART, 114 Fourth ave. mhlO-24
FOR SALE DOY'OU WANT TO BUY A FINE
large resldenco of 7 rooms, hall, porches,
with stable In rear; lot 48x100, Grazier street. 2
minutes' walk from Homewood station; price.
$4,000, If sold at once MELLON BttOS.. 6349
station street, E. E. mb9-20
FOK SALE-A BARGAIN-CASH. $3,750
mortgagc (3,000, 5 years, 5 per cent: Inside
and outside one of the most artistic and best ar
ranged houses In Pittsburg; new, 10 rooms; Fifth
ave, opposite Ursullne Park: lot 25x127 to20-ft.
aucy. iiLiAua. kdaimij. tot ourtn ave,
1JWB SALE-I8.0C0-TEEMS TO SUIT PUR
! CHASER, substantial new and attractive
brick dwelling, having 4 rooms on first floor, 4
rooms and bath on second, 3 attic rooms and all
conveniences: well finished throughout; desirably
located In Oakland. W. C. STEWART. 114
Fourth ave. mhlO-24
TTIOR SALE-(7,500-TERM3 (1.000 CASH, BAL
JD AN CE 825 a month a new, attractive and
substantial Queen Anne brick dwelling, contain
ing 9 rooms, bath and all conveniences: is ele
gantly finished and located In one of the most de
sirable neighborhoods In the East End. W. C.
STEWART, U4 Fourth ave. mhlO-24
FOR SALE-WITHIN 3 MINUTES' WALK OF
Roup station, elegant neighborhood; lot
50x165; brick house of 8 rooms, bath room, laun
dry, large closets, furnace plate glass windows,
hardwood finish, marble and carved wood man
tels, elegantly papered, plumbing and everything
or the very best; only (10,000. THUS. LIGGETT,
U4 Fourth ave. mh3-135-MWFSSu
TTIOR SALE-TWO GOOD BRlCK DWELL
ED INGS, one six rooms and one eight rooms, at
Bellefield; on good streets and near the cable line:
good, large lots, well planted with fruit; shade
trees, etc ; these properties are very delrable and
the prices are low; If applied for soon can have
possession April 1 next. C. H. LOVE, No. 93
Fourth avenue. mh9-68
FOR SALE COR. LOT ON ELLSWORTH
ave., 55x138, frame house of 8 rooms, bath
room, basement laundry, natural gas all through
the house; good drainage; wide hall In center ot
honse; electric bells and all modern improve
ments; within 3 minutes' walk of Roup station;
good neighborhood: only (8,000. THOS. LIG
GETT, No. 114 Fourth ave. mh3-135-MWFSbU
FOR SALE-NO. SKS HOWLEY AVE., LOT 20
xlOO; new frame dwelling: hall, vestibule, 8
rooms, bath, cemented laundry. Inside w. c ,
folding parlor doors, slate mantels. Inside shut
ters, etc : nat. and art. gas, newly painted and
paoercd, 2-story frame stable In rear; will be sold
at a big sacrifice; possession April 1; (1,500 cash;
balance to suit. THOS. MCCAFFREY. ay But
ler St. fe24-97-W6SU
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 of 6
rooms, bath and 2 rooms In finished attic, good
wide hall and vestibule electric bells, electric
light, speaking tubes, etc: (8.200, or will sell
house: lot 24x120 for (6, 600. THOS. LIGGETT.No.
114 Fourth avenue. mh3-136-TTFSSu
OR SALE-AT A GREAT BARGAIN-A
5-room honse and lot. 60x1:0. on Hazelwood
avenue, near Hazelwood station; price f 1,600; (GOO
cash, balance on easy payments, C. H. LO VE,
93 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE TO A QUICK
buyer. 2 nice houses on California ave., Alle
gheny. LASHELL & RANKIN, 67 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-85.000-BRICK DWELLING OF
seven rooms, lot 25x110 feet, west side of
Monterey St., second ward, Allegheny. STRAUB &
MORRIS, corner Wood st. and Third avenue,
FOR SALE-(12,000-MRS. COOPER'S RESI
DENCE, on Jjew'Brlghton road. Eleventh
ward, Allegheny; lot 90x260 with comfortable
brick double dwelllnx house, 14 rooms. A. LEG
GATE St, SON, 31 Federal st., Allegheny. mh9-l5
FOR SALE-SEDGWICK ST., ALLEGHENY.,
brick residence 8 rooms, hall.-bato, w. c,
range. Inside shutters marble mantels, both
gases, and In best of repair: lot 24 ft. front; cor
ner property. J. R. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth
FOR SALE-A NUMBER OF DWELLINGS
located on Ridge ave, Lincoln ave., North
ave., and othergood streets in Allegheny. Parties
desiring topnrchase will find It to their Interest
to see W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave., befoic
buying. , mhlO-24
FOR SALE-85.500 AND H600-MODEBN
pressed brick dwellings of eight rooms, with
all recent conveniences; situated on Elrkpatrlck
avenue Second ward, Allegheny, one square from
streetcars. STRAUB MORRIS, corner Wood
st. and Third avenue Pittsburg. mhlO-92
FOR SALE OHIO ST.. ALLEGHENY, AT A
bargain, good 3-story brick house of 6 rooms
and storeroom, hall; side entrance; large lot with
stable and wagon shed in rear: store occupied as
frrocery and doing a first-class business: easy
eras. J. R. COOPER & CO.; 107 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE -(8,000-THAT ELEGANT NEW
and substantial press brick dwelling (never
ocenpied). containing 9 rooms, bath, stationary
washstands, laundry, cement cellar and all lm-
Srovenients, located on Acklev st.. head of
lonterey st. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fonrth ave.
FOR SALE-AT CRAFION. COMFORTABLE
new frame house of Grooms: dry cellar, splen
did well: lot 90 feet front by 2j6 deep. Apply to
J. R. MURPHY. Dealer" in Real Estate; office
opposite It. R. station, Crafton, Pa. mhlO-3
OR SALE ON WALLACE ST., WILKINS
BURG, 2-story brick house of 8 rooms, front
and back porches: both gases, good water; lot
52x149, set with fruit and shade trees; very desira
ble location: terms to suit; price (3.800. THOS.
LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave. mh3-138-lTWFSU
FOR SALE-DESIRABLE RESIDENCES AT
Ingram, Crafton and Idle wood, at prices
ranging from (2,500 to (14,000: persons desiring
homes in these neighborhoods please give us a
call. STRAUB & MORRIS, corner Wood street
and Third ave., Plttsbnrg. mhlo-92
TTIOR SALE-(3,200-VERY PRETTY HOME AT
J? West Bellerne three minutes walk from
Btatlon; house contains six rooms, natural gas,
etc.: stable on lot: fine river view and everything
In good order. STRAUB & MORRIS, corner
Wood st. and Third ave, Plttsbnrg. mhlO-92
IT-OR SALE-(3.t3 WILL PURCHASE A
1 pleasant home at West Bellevue: lot 63x146;
house well finished; two porches; high ceilings;
natural gas: stable on premises: plenty of fruit;
convenlcnttostation. STRAUB& MORRIS, corner
Wood st. and Third avenue Pittsburg. mhlO-92
FOR SALE-ON WATER ST., W1LKINS
BURG, corner lot, 83X165, good frame house
of 5 rooms, good well of water; lot well set with
cranes, nc&ches. nears. etc.: nrice onlv 82.6C0:
small dash payment, balancehi monthly pay
ments. aiiUD. iiiljvjr.1 J,
, 114 Fourth avenue
FOR SALE-AT SHERIDAN STATION, P.. C.
4 !jT. 1 K. R., 11 acres of land, house of 4
rooms and kitchen; stable orchard, etc; 2 natural
gas mains rnn through the place: suitable for
manufacturing or building sites: capitalists tale
notice; a hlg bargain it sold at once LASHELL
& RAN KIN , 67 Fourth ave. mhl0-10
FOR SALE ATWILKINSBURG, ONE MIN
UTE'S walk from station, new Queen Anne
house of 7 rooms, hall, bathroom, laundry, Un
titled attic slate roof, slate mantels, front and
back porches now being finished; painting to suit
the buyer: price S3, WO: (500 to tl.Ofo cash, balance
to suit. Inquire of THOS. A. COLEMAN, oppo
site station. mhIO-30
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
lrom 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, Soutn
I7IO R SALE-OR TO LET-ONE OF THE MOST
" beautiful suburban places In Allegheny
countv: the house is large containing 15 rooms,
splendidly finished, and surrounded with wide
verandas; It is completely fitted up with bath'
rooms, water closets and "natural gas: there Is a
good stable and handsomefowlhouse: thegrounds
are very beautiful and well supplied with choice
shrubbery, fruit and ornamental trees; the whole
will be sold, with from 1 to 5 acres of ground, at a
verv moderate price. KNOXVILLE LAND IM
PROVEMENT CO., 85 Knox avenue Knoxville
FOR SALE LOTS.
' att iiot
T7I0B BALE-BLUFF ST., NEAR COLLEGE.
X? lot 23 ft- 91n.br 141 ft. ROBERT COWARD,
28 Bluff St. mhl0-28-TTB8a
FOR SALE-THREE LOTS 20x110, FOETY
F1FTH street near Butler street; cheap, on
easy terms. W. W. MCNEILL BRO., 162
Fourth avenue. mh2-21-24,6,8l10
East End Lota.
TTIOR SALE A NUMBER OF THE CHOICEST
t lota In the East End -will nav von to see ns
before buying. W. U STEW ART, 114 Fourth
SUNDAY, MARCH 10;
FOR. SALE LOrs.
Enst End Lota.
FOR BALE-ONE LOT, 24X100 NICELY LO
CATED, 2 minutes walk from Homewood
station: only (500. MELLON BROS., 6319 station
street, E. JE. - mh9-20
TTIOR SALE (SOO-LOT 25X124 FEET, NEAR
A? corner Ward -and WJlmot streets, Oakland.
STRAUB & MORRIS, corner Wood street and
Third avenue, Pittsburg. mhlo-9-i
FOR HALE-2 -ACRE LOTS ON FAIRMOUNT
avenue Nineteenth ward: only 5 minutes'
walk from cable line: price only (750 If sold this
week. MELLON BROS.. 6319 Station St., E. E.
FOR BALE-(5,500-LOT 82x175 FEET. LOCAT
ED In one of the finest avenues In Shadyslde,
southern exposure; adjoining-property is held at
1100 a front foot: this Is certainly a bargain, w.
!. STEWART. 114 Fonrth ave. mhlO-24
OR SALE (3,250-LOT 50x150 FEET, ON
Center nvpnne near Ronn street: terms 1750
cash, balance can remain five years If desired, or
part or all paid anytime; choicest lot on the ave
nue, w. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth avenue.
FOR HALE-S3.000-ON YOUR OWN TEEMS;
lot 50x115 feet, located on one of the finest ave
nues in the East End: neighborhood strictly first
class; within five minutes' walk of station or cable
cars. W. C. BTEWART, 114 Fourth avenue
FOR 8 ALE-(5,200-LOT 68X222 FEET, BOULE
VARD place E. E., corner Linden avenue
and Thomas St.: we also have other desirable
building sites for sale In various localities.
STRAUB & MORRIS, corner Wood st. and Third
avenue Plttsbnrg. mhlO-93
17IOR SALE-LOTS! LOT3I-3 CHOICE LOTS
on Frankstown ave., Brushton station: Bank
of Commerce addition plan: each 40x140 feet to 24
toot alley; terms, (59 down and (10 a month:
cheapest lots In the market. Secure plan from
JOHN'F BAXTER, Agent, 512Smllh(leld St.
EOK SALE-LOTS, LOTS. LOTS, ON.SOCTH
Hlland ave.. Center ave, Penn ave., Fifth
ave. Barton St., AValllngford St.. Walnut St..
Edwin st, O'Hara St.. Roup St., Conrad St.. and
all the principal sts. and aves. In the East End at
lowest market prices. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114
Fourth ave. mh3-l35-MWFSSu
TTHJIt SALE ONE OK THE FINEST BUILD
JD ING sites In the East End, 198 ft. fronton
prominent st., by 300 ft. deep; within 3 minutes'
walk of Fifth ave. cable cars and 7 minutes of R.
R. station; magnificent view and elegant neigh
borhood: will sell all or half: only 860 per foot;
cheap. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth ave.
JjTOR SALE-ONLY (S5 A FHONT FOOT; LOTS
. 39x173 or 59x173 feet, located In Shadyslde on
cbecca st., adjoining handsome residence of Mr.
Samuel Hamilton; well elevated eastern exposure,
convenientto cable t-ars and station: this neigh
borhood will undoubtedly be strictly first class
and this property Is bound to be worth. In a short
time, double the money. W. C. STEWART. 114
Fourth ave mhlO-24
FOR SALE-SI. 100 ONH OF THE FINEST
lots at Sheridan. 100x150 feet; situated near
the station: STRAUB Jt MORRIS, corner Wood
street and Third ave, Pittsburg. mhlo-92
FOR BALE-SEVERAL FINE LCI'S AT
Clifton station. P., Ft. W. C. R. R. : also 2K
acres at Neville station, with house of 6 rooms:
abundant fruit, etc. LASHELL & RANKIN. 67
Fourth ave. mbl0-10
FOR SALE-AT CORAOPOLIS. ONLY 18
minutes ride on P. &L. E. H. R.: all trains
stop: place Improving fast: now Is the ffine to
purchase while prices are low; we luvye some
extra bargains In residence properties, and a
large amount of lots ranging In size from 25 feet
front to 30 acres. LASHELL & RANKIN, 67
Fourth ave mhlO-10
FOR SALE-AT A SACRIFICE, TWO FARMS
In Crawford county. Pa., onlytOO mbesfrom
Plttsbnrg and near R. It. station. LASHELL &
RANKIN, 67 Fourth ave. mhlO-10
FOR SALE-OR EXCHANGE-FOR CITY
property In Allegheny county. Pa., a good
farm or 240 acres on B. & O. R.R.ln Wood county,
W. Va. For particulars address J AS. F. HAYS,
Carrick, Allegheny co.. Pa. mhlO-34-wsn
FOR SALE -200.000 ACRES - SELECTED
tracts Southern pine, ash, cypress, oak, wal
nut and poplar timber and mineral lands, (1 50 to
S3 per acre; indisputable fee simple titles. E. II.
BUTERBAUGH, Homer City, Pa. mh9-31
F ORSALE-M,000-PRODUCTTVE FARM 1)F
80 acres, sloping south and east; no waste
land; bouse barns, fences, etc. .all in good order;
situated 3 miles from Warren, Ohio: will exchange
for desirable city property. STRAUB & MOR
RIS, corner Wood st. and. Third ave., Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-174 ACRES SMOOTH, VERY
convenient larm. facing E. and S. : well
watered; 25 acres timber, 120 acres pasture and
meadow: 6 acres choice bearing frnits; large
frame buildings, new tenant bouse etc.; good
title; only (30 per acre. E. H. BUTERBAUGH,
Homer City, Pa. mh8-74
FOR SALE-80 ACRES JOININGCITY LIMITS:
foot of Boggs and Southern ave.. Thirty
second ward: here is a chance to get one of the
finest Investments In the city; don't fall to look
after this deal at once; coal underlying it: re
member this will be sold cheap: Boggs ave paved
nearly to land. P. A. GIBSON, 13o Fourth ave.
SOB 8ALE-200 ACRES AT AKDARA STA
TION, Pennsylvania Railroad, 18 miles from
tsburg (as a whole or to suit purchaser), has a
large sand stone quarry opened, a large sand bank
and aoout 100 acres of level laud suitable for man
ufacturing purposes; adjoins Carnegie Bros. &
Co.. and only flvemlles from the new Westing
house Works at Wllmerding. W. C. STEWART,
114 Fourth avenue. mhlO-24
TTIOR SALE-BARGAINS IN HEAL ESTATE.
r S. J. Fleming, 147 Fourth ave. Clark st.,
brick bouse of 6 rooms, price (2,200; Roberts St.,
corner property, pressed brick dwelling of 9
rooms, modern Improvements, large lot, price
(4,500; Arch St., Allegheny, frame house 6 rooms,
Jirlce (3, 800; E. Jefferson St., Allegheny, frame
ustnew, 5 rooms, price (3,000; Allegheny ave. 2
storyand mansard dwelling of 8 rooms; all mod
ern Improvements, large lot. price (3.S00: Pier st..
uasiana, 3 new iramenouses oi a rooms eacu,yrun
large lot, property rents for (470 per year, price
S3,uuu; spienaiu investment; terms very easy;
Broad St.. E. Liberty, frame of 6 rooms, lot25x!4o.
price (2.200; Fulton st., 3-story brick of 6 rooms,
lot 16x100 to an alley, price (2.300; terms easy;
Meyran ave, near Forbes st,, elegant pressed
brick dwelling of 9 rooms, all latest Improvements,
large lot. 2 minutes from cable cars, price (8,500.
Call or send for our. large illustrated price list.
Just issued. S. J. FLEMING, 147 Fourth ave.
TTIOR BALE-BY THOS. MCCAFFREY, 3509
A? Bntler street, the followingproperty:
(1,850 No. 4053 Howley ave., lot 20x100 feet, a
new frame-house of .four (4) rooms, hall and fin
ished attic; possession April 1; easy payments.
(1,850 At Uber station on the line of narrow
?angc railroad. Just out of Mlllvale borough, new
rame dwelling of five (5) rooms, and one and one
half (1M) acres or ground: on easy payments.
(7,000 No. 3502 Penn ave., new pressed brick
front dwelling house; halls, vestibules, 6 rooms,
finished attic both gases, bath, hot and cold
water, stationary range, slate mantels, inside
shutters. Inside w. c, folding parlor doors; (4,500
cash, balance to suit purchaser.
Thirty-nine lots on Klncald and Rosetta at.,
near Penn ave. cable line: sizes 22x100 and 110 ft.
each: from (250 to (40o each: (10 down on each lot,
monthly payments for the balance.
(10, 0C0 No. 53 Colwell street, lot 24x70 1-3x73 l-3x
92 1-3 and a good brick dwelling, with all modern
convenlences,uf ten (10) rooms, wide hall and fin
ished attics; both gases: terms to snlt purchaser.
(12.5C0 No. 5190 Liberty avenue grand newbrlck
Queen Ann residence of hall, eleven (11) roms,
bath, w. c, electric bells all over the house art
tile facing, fine cabinets on all mantels, plate
glass mirrors, newly papered throughout, art
glass windows, cemented cellar, lanndry, etc.
(10,000 Nos. 415417, 419 Larlmarave, lot 75x102
feet, frame house of 8 rooms, bath, natural and ar
tificial gas, wash house also donble frame
house of 3 stories. now occupied as
drugstore and drygoods store, 9 rooms In dry-
goods store building and 6 rooms in drugstore
utldlng: the whole rents for (1,350, at terms to
suit purchaser. Will divide the property.
(1,800-No. HI Forty-fourth street, lot 24x100 ft.,
good frame dwelling of five rooms, (350 cash:
monthly payments for the balance.
(3,800 OnLlberty ave, nearThlrty-nlnth street,
John V. Hughes, new brick dwelling of hall, 6
rooms and finished attic
(3,500 No. 250 Thirty-seventh St., new frame
house of 7 rooms aud hall; both gases; inside
shutters, etc; also one rear frame house of 4
rooms; the whole rents for (35 a month; terms to
(2,050 No. 363 Main St., lot 24)x97 feet, frame
house of six rooms; terms to suit purchaser.
(1,900 On Inwood ave.. near Frankstown ave.
lot 23x136. new frame house of four rooms and
finished attic: stable etc.; terms to snlt.
(2,000 No. 48 Nineteenth street, good sized lot,
frame house of 5 rooms In first-class repair; terms
to snlt purchaser.
(2,500 No. 309 Forty-fourth street, lot 22M0O
feet, brick dwelling offlverooms;7$ cash, bal. to
81,200 On Omaha street, near Merrlmac street,
lot 25x80, brick dwelling of 5 rooms, (300 cash,
balance tcj suit purchaser: possession April 1st.,
(1.900 On Stanton ave.. Nineteenth ward,
lot 40x120 ft., good frame house of 6 rooms, large
cistern, fruit, grapes and shade trees, cash, bal
ance to suit. 1
(4,200 On Center ave., near Roup station, P. R.
It., lot 33x152, new frame dwelling house or (6)
six rooms, large hall, hot and cold water, bath,
both gases, front and rear porches; X casb, bal
ance to suit.
(4, CC0-Seven acres good land between Franks
town and Hazelwood; will divide up into lots;
rare chance for speculation; very easy payments;
also hundreds or houses and lots for cash and
easv payments. Call on THOMAS MCCAFFREY,
the leading real estate agent, 3509 Bntler st. Of
flce open evenings. Telephone 1641-2. inblO-151
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-HOTEL, WITH 20 ROOMS, ALSO
offire barroom and poolroom; centrally lo
cated; furnished complete; a good trade; also
ood lease on bouse. For further particulars ad
ressST. CHARLES HOTEL, Bteubenville, O.
IOR BALE-JOB PRINTING OFFICE IN
ltv Af IfVI fWl In flHIi-i rlnln rr m nliiii linolnAsn
V1SJ wa VUVV SU UIU UUillf, CB lllk UUSIUUB,
reasons for selling, death of Dronrletor: liberal
terms to responsible parties. Address J. K. C,
care Allan C. Kerr & Co., 96 and 98 Third avenue,
Plttsbnrg. Pa. mhlO-27
FOR SALE-THE PLANT KNOWN AS THE
Bucyrus JournaLiln Its 37th year: connected
with the office is the Daily Telegraph, the only
dally in Crawford county, and both offices doing
a fine business; price (6,000; terms easy. JOHN
HOl'LEY. Bncyrus, Ohio. mhlO-110-TTSSU
FOR SALE-NEAT CIGAR STORE: GOOD
paying small drygoods and notion store, either
would salt lady; stores of all kinds and prices,
bakeries, boarding houses, hotels, confectioneries,
restaurants, coal works, etc; 100 business chances.
8HEPARD C0..'.Mjriftnave. mh8
FOR SALE BC8INESS.
FK SALE-DRUG STOKE IN TOWN OF 1,200:
no opposition: will Invoice f 1,800; excellent
lor pnysician. Address nuuuuui,
Federal St., Allegheny City.
TTIOR SALE-AN INTEREST IN GOODPAYING
JrJ dairy in thriving town in New Mexico: fcOO
required: would suit some one in search ot health.
Address DAIRY, Dispatch office mhlO-114
TTOR BALE-GROCEBY STORE ON CARSON
J; street. Southsiile, doing a nice trade: good
6-room dwelllngattached; will invoice abopt 8600.
J. C. REILL Y, 7 Diamond street. mh9-49
FOB SALE-ONE OF THE BEST RESTAUR
ANTS in the town. 8. M. SHAN ER'S, 42
Diamond Market House Pittsburg, doing a big
business and good reasons for selling. mhlO-118
FOR 8ALE-(350 WILL BUY A WELL-ESTABLISHED
and largely-advertised business
(not half its value), butmust be sold; extra chance
for active man. D. II., Dispatch office. mhl0-33
IOR SALE-ONE OF THE BEST GROCERY
stores on Second avennet-wlll be sold CCeap
as the owner Is going to quit business. Inquire at
DUAL011!,U3, unu. ffi W., 0l Lilueny bucci
OR SALE-THREE PATENTS: LACKING
capital: monopoly; no expense to commence
manufacturing sell cheap: terms reasonable or
trade for real estate; article a necessity COM
PULSION. Dispatch office. mhlO-96
Business Stands. .
lOB SALE-CENTER AVE. BUSINESS
nrnnertv! hrlrtrdweliinir A rooms and store
room, slate root both Rases, etc.: lot 22"ix96fU
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. lei. 187.
FOR SALE-(30,000-SUBSTANTIAL PIECE OF
property located corner of an alley on one of
the best business streets In Pittsburg: will rent
for (2,250; lot 24x160 feet: particulars to principals
only W. C. STEWART, 114 Fonrth ave.
IOR SALE-OR TO LET -BL ACKSM1TH AND
wnrrnn shnn In the F.lrhteenth ward, with
large trade: owner going into other business;
shop fully equipped and Inline working order.
Address L. A. B.. EastEnder office, Fortieth and
Butler streets, city. mhlO-63
FOR SALE-(10n,000-THE LARGEST AND
best located piece of property suitable for
retail trade In Pittsburg; owner has been holding
for (140, 000, but will take the above price if sold
at once; particulars to principals only. W. C.
STEWART, 111 Fourth ave. mhlO-24
FOR SALE-SEVERAL PIECES OF PROP
ERTY on Fourth ave.: also a number of
pieces on Penn ave, Smlthfleld st. and other
good streetstwill take pleasure In giving fnll par
ticulars and showing surveys to parties desiring
to purchase. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fonrth ave.
FOR SALE-OR R-ENT-A THREE-STORY
frame hotel, containing 22 rooms, 2 porches
fnll length of building, near depot at Falls City;
would make a fine summer resort; also storeroom
21x50 ft., with three warehouses attached. Ad
dress JOSEPH WILLIAMS, Ohio Pyle Fayette
CO., Pa. fe23-95-Su
FOR SALE-A PROPERTY ON FIFTH AVE.,
near the Court House with 2 stores and
dwellings on it; now rented fur SCO; will rent
readily lor (720, and a property that will surely
Increase in value: price (7,500; (4,000 cash and bal
ance on long time If desired. C. H. LOVE. 93
Fourth ave. mh9-6S
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE-MORTGAGES I MORTGAGES
from (500, (1,000, (1,500 aud upward, bearing
6 per cent Interest approved by attorney. These
mortgages are nearly all purchase money mort
gages. An excellent Investment for anvbody.
Apply to O. R. TOUDY, 1721 Carson street, south
Machinery and Metals.
FOR SALE WE HAVE FOR SALE A LARGE
lot of No. 1 second-hand engines and boilers,
all sizes, from 2 h.-p. np. taken in exohange for
new; we got them cheap and they will go cheap:
also new engines and hollers, every size and
styleat rock bottom prices. HARME'SSIA CHINE
DEPO T, 97 First ave fe3-y776n
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, die
IOR SALE-A FINE MASTIFF DOG. ONE
FOR SALE-TWO FRESH COWS-BY E. ARM
STRONG, Mornlngslde station, A. V. R. R.,
Eighteenth ward. mh9-50
FOR BALE-LARGE GOAT, WELL TRAINED,
2 sets of harness and a two-seated wagon.
Address C. F. E., Dispatch office. mhl0-67
FOR SALE-A HIGHLY-BRED JERSEY COW,
3 vears old. Inquire or SPENCER & GLOS
SEK. Real Estate Agents, 419 Smlthfleld St.
FOR SALE-DARK BROWN BAROUCHE
horse 6 years old; 16K hands; weight, 1.300:
sonnd and snlendid style with good mane and
tall, at 3806 Porbes.st. W.H.WOOD. mhlO-32
FOR SALE-FINE THOROUGHBRED KEN
TUCKY trotting mare 5 years old. 15K hands
high: pedigree given on application: owner has
no time for driving. Inquire at 112 SECOND
AVE., city. rahlO-S9
FOR SALE-TWO POOL AND THREE BIL
LIARD tables, with complete outfit for room.
Apply at MONONGAHELA HOUSE BILLIARD
ROOM. - mhlO-129
FOR SALE-FURNITURE AT 103 ARCH ST..
Allegheny. TUESDAY. March 12 at 2 o'clock
at auction; there are carpets, sofa, chairs,
tables, blankets, mirror, wardrobe hatrack,
bureaus, bedsteads, sewing machine dishes,
utensils, etc. A. LEG GATE & SON., Auctioneers.
10 LET A VERY DESIRABLE BRICK
dwelling houe ot 10 rooms. No. 411 Wvlle
ave., near Erin St.; rent (400 per annum; no water
rent. C. BERRINGEK & SON, 103 Fonrth ave.
TO LET LARGE 10-ROOM HOUSE -LOCATED
at No. 30 Townsend St.; 10 minutes
from postofflce: hot and cold water; both kinds of
gas: bath. w. c. andc: rent 833 per month; no
water rent Address P. O. BOX 766, Pittsburg,
TO LET-NO. 257 LOCUST ST ADJACENT TO
Eighth U. P. Church, near Van Braam st
House of six rooms, bath room, large finished
attic laundry, hot and cold water, vault In cellar,
natural gas for heating and lighting, city gas,
newly painted and grained, inside w. c.'s. shade
trees, porch snrroundlng kitchen, electric bell,
inside shutters, speaking tube, etc; rent (30 a
month. Inquire at 28 TUSTIN ST. (formerly
Honest.), lurearof bouse orofDR. J. B. SUL
LIVAN, 115 Arch st, Allegheny. mblO-143
East End Residences.
TO LET-RESIDENCE OF TEN ROOMS,
stabling, etc., an acre or ground: one ot the
most delightful locations on line of North Hlland
ave.. East End. M. P. HOWLEY, No. 127 Fonrth
O LET-DON'T BENT WHEN YOU CAN
buy a new frame dwelling, 7 rooms, large
attic corner fireplaces with slate mantels and tile
hearths; lot 40x137 feet; Grazier street, Brushton
station. Bank of Commerce addition; Immediate
Sossesslon. See JNO. F. BAXTER, Ag't. 612
mlthfleld street mhlO-rrsu
TO LET-ON REBECCA ST.. TWENTIETH
ward, one square from Penn ave. cable
line bouse or 10 rooms, with bath and fann.
dry: furnace In cellar: large lot with fruit trees,
grapes In abundance: beautiful location; also
small cottage with garden and grape aibor:rent
cheap. Inquire at2909PENN AVE. mh7-93
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. : wJU he rented low to good party;
shadyave. opposite Wilklns ave. Inquire of N.
S. SNYDER. M. Nicholas Hotel, orj.ll, HYND
J1AN, 6212 Penn ave. East End, mh5-3-TWSSU
TOLET-HOCSEOF14ROOMS. BOTH GASES,
bath and w. c, outside wash-house, spring
house, greenhouse, stable for 4 horses, carriage
house cow stable chicken honse, with about 10
acres of land; situated on Negley avenue 3 min
utes' walk from Penn avenne cable cars. Inqnlre
of HENRY ROBERTS, at Oliver Roberts Wire
Co., Fourth and Bingham sts., S. S. inbS-59
TO LET-HOUSE NO. 29 ESPLANADE ST.. 9
rooms, slate mantels, stationary washstands,
hath and laundry, both kinds of pas. Apply.
WM. SWINDELL, 27 Esplanade St, Allegheny.
TO LET-AT HARMERVILLE. SIX-ROOMED
house with large storeroom attached: good
Srocery stand. Address MRS. MARY McCRUM,
ox 13, Hoboken, Pa. mh4-43
TO LET-MY HOUSE. THIRTEEN ROOMS,
at Laurel Station, Ft. Wayne road, alt mod
ern Improvements, stable and carnage honse, two
acres ground, with liver view. Inquire on prem
ises, or at 219 Lacock street Allegheny. WM. T.
TO LETiA NICE SUBURBAN RESIDENCE
at Emsworth, containing 7 rooms, halls,
clothes rooms, 2 attic rooms and large attic slate
mantels, lnsldeshudders and double bay windows:
lot ',i acre. Inclosed with palling fence: situated
on Beaver road and approach to Clirton Station,
only 3 minutes walk to Clifton and 10 to Emsworth
Station, P., Ft. W. &C.R.R.:natural gas and good
spring water, with other advantages. Inquire at
residence of Mr. J. SHANNON, Grocer, or ad
dress owner. THOS. BARRE1T, No. 293 Forty
fifth St., Plttsbnrg.4 mhl0-59
TO LET-FIVE STOREROOMS ON LIBERTY
and Fourth, corner Penn and Third, on Ferry
and Fourth: rooms and dwelling houses. Inquire
of 8. MDSGRAVE, 44 Fourth street. mhS-66-FSu
TO LET-ELEGANT BUSINESS STAND 173
Flflli ave, opp Court House, running
through to Wylle ave.; newplato glass fronts on
both streets. J. C. KEILLY, 77 Diamond st
TO LET-GOOD BRICK STORE AND DWELL
ING In Mansfield, on the main St.: a good
opening for drygoods, trimmings, notions, etc.,
or an A N o. 1 location for tinstore. C. H. LO VE,
93 Fourth avenue inb9-68
TO LfET-QUARRY-ELEGANT BUILDING
stone online B. &0 R. R., near Washing
ton. Pa. : fifteen hundred feet frontage on rail
road: siding can be put in at slight expense. Ad
dress J. I. BEOWNbON, Washington, Pa.
TO LET-BRICK STABLE ON BHINGISS ST.,
Second ward, Pittsburg; either 4 or 8 stalls.
Inquire DAVID BTEEN, Fourth ave. and Try sW.
( - - - ' - mbS-8 ,
01 MM STOCK
What a World of Meaning
These Few Words I
TT ....11 t 1. .. A ;nfAfaef
this city and the surrounding country! How eagerly will hundreds upon
hundreds of the stylish and fashionable dressers of this community read"
our announcement! No. doubt about it the near approach oT spring will'
produce, as it always doe3 at our store, a veritable boom in every de
partment . ;
OUR SPRING STOCK READY-;
You must be prepared for surprises often, for we intend to offer j
greater and better inducements for you to patronize us than ever. We
shall as of old do business in a way that will meet with the approvalof -honesty,
We shall eclipse and outdistance all our past efforts to give
better satisfaction to our patrons. 1
Spring Overcoats, for Men,
Boys and Children.
The whole of' our enormous and truly beautiful stock is now in our1
house and we unhesitatingly pronounce it the handsomest we have
ever shown. While the styles are so elegant, it will be found a.--that
such great and wonderful improvements have been
made in the cut and make that the goods, we offer are , -
-as near perfection as human skill and ingenuity a-
can make them. We shall seek patronage on
the score of merit and shall do as we have - J
always hitherto done, viz.: sell better
goods at a less price than inferior
goods can be bought for
elsewhere. Depend on
NEW SPRING STYLES V i
MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS'"-
A collection of stylish and elegant garments, such as will surprise
and delight the most critical of purchasers. Goods to suit all tastes;
goods to suit all purses; goods to suit all purposes; goods unequaled for
completeness of assortment, unsurpassed for richness of texture, ele-
gance of styles and reliability of make. Keep your money in your'
pocket until you've seen how far you can make it go in a spring suit for
man, boy or child at our store.
Whatever there is new and novel in
we can and will undersell all the hat'
Offices, Dek Boom, ifce.
TO LET-DESK K001I IN ONE OF THE
finest offices In the city; nse of vault; every
thing complete. Address OFFICES, Dispatch
rriO LET-THREE UPPER FLOORS OF 631
1 Smlthfleld street, suitable for doctor's or
dentist's officas, and light housekeeping: prefer to
rent as a whole, but if desired will rent separately.
STRAUB & MORRIS, corner Wood street and
Third avenue. mhlO-92
TO LET NETLY FURNISHED ROOMS,
front or rear, centrally located, from April
1. Inquire alter 6 p. M., 63 ARCH ST. , Allegheny.
TO LET-F URNISHED ROOMS WITH KITCH
EN, tableware, sewing machine, etc. nat
ural gas; everything a. 1. 41 LOGAN ST.. Pitts
TO LET ELEGANT NEW FURNISHED
rooms for gents only, in the large new build
ing on the corner of Boyd and Watson sts.; refer
ences required; Inquire on the premises. 1'.
TO LET-TWO NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS
in private family: situated 2 minutes from
parks and 1 minute from street cars. Allegheny;
reference required. Address MANSION. Dis
patch office. mhlO-37
TO LET-ROOMS. EITHER FURNISHED OR
unfurnished, with or without board, in all
Farts of both cities; full Information abont rooms
rce: references given and required. TWIN CITY
ROOM RENTING AGENCY, S7 Fifth ave.(second
floor). Plttsbnrg. mhlO-Si
PERSONAL-J. THOMPSON HARE-RELATIVES
and friends of J. Thompson Hare
will please address F. C. VALENTINE, 347 Pro
duce Exchange, New lorfc. .mhS-87-su
PERSONAL BOOKS WANTED-1F YOU
have one boot worth 10 cents, or a library
worth 11,000, let us know: we will bay one as
qnlckly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK STOKE.
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. tea)
note for K87 89 drawn byL. MAKKWITZ.
Finder will please leave at DISPATCH OFFICE.
LOST-ON FRIDAY, BETWEEN MARKET
street and Sixteenth street, S. H., lady's
pocketboQk, containing snm of money and Tistt
Ing cards. Finder will be liberally rewarded by
leaving at ADAMS iCO.'S GLASSWORKS, S.
3., oratLOUGHKEY'S. 438 Wood st. mh 10-45
FOUND-VTHETRUTH! WE SUFFERED UN
lOLD agonies! Dr. Griffith's Ta-va-zon ren
edlcs enred us when all other means had failed.
Mrs. Rev.LotLake. Mrs. Win. G. Cover, Youngs
town, O. : Mrs. Hannah John. 663 Forbes street,
JohnS. Fahev, Tallapoosa, Ga.; Thomas Brown,
S. .: Michael Hlncs, 121 Wylle ave.. and thou
sands of others. We invite the worst rases from
whatever cause, bee testimonials at GRIFFrrH'3
PHARMACY, Third and GranU Pittsburg. Pa.
SOME OP THE
MOST DESIRABLE DWELLINGS,
MHDFAG1HI& AUD BtMN&
IN THE CUT.
J. R. COOPER k CO.,
107 FOURTH AVE.
Trunks. ' Harness.
Special sale of Fine Harness, Trunks and
Traveling Bags. Dnrinsrtbe entire winter we
have kept our large force of workmen em
ployed, and now find ourselves overstocked
with Roods. In order to reduce the same we
have concluded to give to casb buyers
A SPECIAL DISCOUNT OF 20 PER CENT
On our entire line of absolutely first-lass
(toods. None reserved. Go to "ACHES'" for
bargains this Week, comer Wood and Diamond
streeU, Pittsburg, Pa. tnol&gi
ttlATT flff tn fh ni 1 C 3 Tl ti 5 nf r.inr.Tt n
of Spring Hats.
the hat world we've secured it, and
men in town. Mark our words welt
fr$ $ fr
GRAND BARGAIN STORED
300 to 400 Market street, .
The undersigned, assignees of the Farmers
and Mechanical Bank, will offer for sale as
public auction on WEDNESDAY, April 10,
1889, at 10 o'clock A. M., the glasshouse with 8
pot furnace, known as the Independent Glass'
Company's plant, at the head of South Four-, - ,
teentb street. Twenty-eighth ward. Pittsburg, ,
together with the warehouse, cutting; shop, in-
eluding engine, boiler, shafting, etc.; also ona
frame dwelling house and frame office,stabling;
eta, and other buildings pertaining tberetov
and the parcels of ground fronting on Four
teenth and Fifteenth streets and Union alley,
comprising 12 buildimr. lots in Maria Denny's
plan. See Sheriff's deed book, voL , page w
Terms of sale Ten per cent of the purchase)
money in cash on day of sale: one-third of tha
purchase money on delivery of the deed, and
the other twonhirds in two equal annual pay
ments. with interest from delivery of the deetL"
Def erred payments to be secured by bond and "
tight mortgage containingtheusual scire facias
clause on the premises sold. The above will ba.
offered as a whole first and subsequently inlota,
J. H. SORG,
H. J. BERG. JB
Lu S. CUNNINGHAM;
Assignees Farmers and Mechanics' Bank, -
A UCTION SALE
H. W. LAWS SALE BTABLES.
Corner Liberty avenue and Thirtieth straet, -
FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 18S9,
At 10 o'clock a. x. The above sale will consist
of the following articles: One bay carriaga
team, 16 bands high, with good manes and talis,
fearless of nothing; 3 very fine saddle horses,
speedy trotting horses, one with a record of 2SBt
60 head of good driving and draught horses. '
large lot of first-class pit mules, just from tha -mines;
3 top buggies, 2 buck wagons, 3 sets
double harness, 2 sets single harness, 1 road
cart. All above articles will be sold to the high
est bidder. Anybody in need of a good road oc
draught horse should attend sale. No post
ponement on account of the weather.
J. A. McKELVT,
a UCTION SALE
1,000 pairs chenille curtains and portiere?
carpets, oilcloths, linoleum shades, rugs, parloc
and bedroom suits; mirror door wardrobes,
sideboards, bookcases, desks, bed lounges,
tables, rockers, mattresses, springs, mirrors, .".
engravings, hanging lamps, millinery goods,
Also a lot of second-hand carpets, f ornltura;
Sale on TUESDAY, March 12, at 10 A. it. '
PITTSBURG AUCTION AND 8T0RAGB .'
COMPANY, .. .
mblO-153 93 Third ave."
FURNITURE, CARPETS, MIRRORS,
pianos and household goods, at auction. .
TUESDAY' MORNING. March 12, at 10
o'clock. No. 311 Market street. Both new and
second-hand parlor suites of every description, -handsome
chamber furniture, bureaus, bed
steads, wardrobes, washstands, superior dining;
room siaeuoarus, ejueusiuu iuie au caun,,, -;
lounges, couches, easy chairs and rockers, ' . '
aeir, cmna, glass, silverware, ciocks. maniei
ornaments, pictures, mirrors, upright and
s uare pianos, carpets, brussels and ingrain,
oil cloth, linoleums, kitchen utensils, offlcr .
furniture, etc.. etc
Goods on view until sale.
HENRY AUCTION CO., LBL. .
mblO-122 311 Market street tr
TO LET. '.i
AIM ALlbl." V UUUJl iUl KSUCI.U UUiUTTOO J
purposes, with or without power, is noisy '
torrent in me new iisrAmu uuumsgt .,
on Diamond street, aDove onuiuneia.
It Is 85 feet in 'ength by 20 feet wide infroni
and 30 feet at rear. SPLENDIDLY
LIGHTED FROM ALL FOUR SIDES,
Arranged admirably for offices and workroom.
Rent with power, electric light, steaa
beating, passenger and freight elevates,
service, very moderate.
Situation most central in rinaourg. . t .,,
ATmWhtwflnll A-3t-and4p. . til
NEW DISPATCH BUILDING,-.
73, 77 and 79 Diamond stree&f