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THE : PITTSKiniG- DISPATCH, TUESDAY ' JANUARY ' 29, 1889."
4 IS IT A CABLE GOBBLE?
k
Beport That the Pennsy Has Gained
Entire Control of Bolh
FIFTH AXD FEXN AYE. CAR LINES,
And That Small Stations Between East
Liberty and the City May be Left
A PEXSA. OFFICIAL DENIES ITS TEDTH
In view of the rapid development of trac
tion railway traffic in this city and to its
eastern suburbs, many rumors, based upon
the live interest the people naturally feel in
such a new departure, have from time to
time cropped out regarding the ultimate
ownership and policy of these lines. One of
the most interesting of these reports came
very quietly, if not confidentially,
to the surtace last evening. It con
cerned both the traction lines and
the Pennsylvania Railroad, whose
local traffic the former has notably and ad
mittedly affected of late, to a degree. It
was to the effect that local passenger trains
on the Pennsylvania Railroad need not, in
the very near future, stop at all at Law
renceville, Ben Tenue or Roup stations,
because, as it was alleged, the Pennsylvania
was seeking to gain, or had already gained,
control of the traction lines. False or true,
the rumor seemed too interesting to be hid
den under a bushel, and so, after doing all
in its power to get at both sides, The Dis
patch gives it to the public for whatever it
may be worth.
The beauty of the whole thing can be seen
by putting the two together. If the Penn
sylvania has gained control of the cable
lines as reported, the most natural thine in
the world would be to discontinue some of
the numerous local trains and small sta
tions, and thus allow the cable lines to pick
up the balance ot trade. In order to ascer
tain just what there was in the report an ef
fort was made to find Superintendent B.
Pitcairn.
HE HAD GONE EAST.
A call was made at his residence, on Ells
worth avenue, last night, but it was found
he had left earlier in the evening for the
East. He had gone to Xew York, and why
was not stated.
Another prominent Pennsylvania official
was found, and he expressed himself as sim
ply amazed at the reports, which, he said,
were entirely new to him. After a few mo
ments' thought the gentleman said:
On behalf ot the Pennsylvania road I would
say that, even admitting the fact that the
Pennsylvania had lost some local travel, and
that the people who find it convenient are
using the cable lines, still I know we have not
lost sufficient to cause us to discontinue any of
our trams, and it is simply preposterous to
imagine that any of onr way stations would be
discontinued in order to throw travel to the
cable lines.
In regard to the Pennsy controlling the
cable lines, I don't think that road is in the
cable business, and I don't think that road
wants any of it either, and as far as I know,
that report of their controlling the Fifth and
Penn avenue lines is absolutely untrue.
I repeat that we have lost some travel be
tween bere and East Liberty, but if we had lost
one-half as much as popular impression im
agines, the cable cars would be utterly unable
to carry their enormous trade. The bulk of
their busine-s is entirely new, because people
finding it convenient to travel do sc, where be
fore they stayed at home for want of facilities
to reach the city.
Here the interview closed, the gentleman
relusing to answer some questions in regard
to his knowledge of the individual stock
holders of the Penn avenue and Filth ave
nue lines, nor was he willing that his name
be used, though he declared it was both
PERSONALLY JUTD OFriCIALLV TRUE
that no trains would be .taken off the
Pennsylvania, but on' the contrary there
wouldbe more trains running six months
later than there are now.
Notwithstanding these denials, which
were certainly made in good faith, the re
ports were so straightforward, and also
given in such good faith, that they are at
least worth printing as among the possibili
ties or which not even every official of the
road would necessarily be advised.
It will be remembered by the financial
people that Mr. Robert Pitcairn was a large
buyer of Penn avenue cable stock, he, with
2." Holmes & Son, and several Pittsburg
and Allegheny people practically con
trolling the line. It is also known that
both Messrs. Elkins and TVidener, of Phil
adelphia, are very large holders of the Fifth
avenue stock. They are also stock
holders in the Pennsylvania; so it can
easily be seen that the Pennsylvania
can practically own the cable lines without
even having its name mentioned on the list
of stockholders It seems almost impossible
to get at the heart of the affair now, but
events will be watched keenly by both the
financial public and the public at large,
who are ol the non-gobbling idea, and who
realize that between the upper and nether
millstone of the cables and Pennsylvania,
run for revenue only, they may be ground
down a little.
A Sinculnr Form of Slonomanln.
There is a class of people, rational enough in
other respects, who are certainly monomaniacs
In dosing themselves. They are constantly try
ing experiments upon their stomachs, their
bowels, their livers and their kidneys with
trashy nostrums. "When these organs are
really ont of order, if they would only use
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, they would, if not
hopelessly insane, perceive its superiority.
Another Surprise.
"We advertised in the Sunday Dispatch to
sell men's genuine English melton over
coats, worth from $12 to 15 for 3. The rnsh
was even greater than we anticipated and
we sold em out clean and clear. To-day
" we have another surprise in store. We shall
offer (for to-day only) between 8 A. M. and
6 P. 51. men's elegant ape overcoats made
to sell from 25 to 540 for the unheard of
low price of 510, 510,510, 510. These over
coats are just the thing lor nobby dressers
and have a detachable Tcape. Many of them
are elegantly lined with lancy cloth linings,
and when the cape is detached present the
appearance of a stylish ulster. This low
price holds good for to-day only, at the
Pj C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts.,
cpp. the new Court House.
Whitmtee & Co. find great gratification
in the manner in which "Rosalia" flour is
making a footing in the two cities, exclu
sivelv upon its merits as a well-ground
article made from the very best hard wheat
and milled by the most careful methods.
Merit will always win, and "Rosalia" flour
sales show infallibly that nothing succeeds
like success. For sale by all grocers and in
use universalis
The DtafWIII be Glad He is Comlne.
H. A. "Wales, of Bridgeport, Conn., the
inventor oi the invisible device to aid the
hearing, which has attracted such wide
spread attention in thiscountry and Europe,
will be at the St Charles Hotel to-morrow.
Foot Route to London.
The Kord Deutscher Lloyd line of steam
ers Irom New York to London and the con
tinent offer superior inducements to Euro
pean travelers. The steamers are swift,
well-furnished, and under the best of man
agement, insuring safety and comfort. Note
card giving particulars in another column
of this paper.
Kent Fencing
Of iron or wire for front of public or pri
vate buildings and around cemetery lots.
Also stable firtures.iron stairs and shutters,
tree boxes, fire escapes, and wire wiudows
and door screens for protection against flies
and mosquitos. TAYLOR & DEAK,
203 and 205 Market st.and 67 Second ave.
ITS i
UNEARTHED A JIAEE'S NEST.
Twenty Illrcnl Totes Discovered in One
"Ward In That Council Content.
Commissioner J. S. Young filed his report
in the Common Council election in the
Thirty-first ward, giving the election to An
drew Binder by a majority of 12 votes.
Binder was elected by two votes over William
O. Russell last February, and a contest ensued.
Mr. Young in his report says the following vot
ers were illegal: For Binder John R. Frisbee,
Gotlieb Paul, John Hartner, Sr., Albert Flan
ders, Thomas Pntchard, William H. Lindsey,
B. D. Ualbraith and Richard Rossiten total, 8.
For Russell Samuel Ansel!, Jr., John Beck
man, Sr., John Beckman. Jr., George Lone,
Lawrence Tratressor, John Quinn, Robert Beck.
George W Bean, Thornton Smith, Charles
Haff ev, James A. Wheeler and Andrew Sowers:
total, 12.
Binder's total vote was 264. and 8 illegal votes
left him a vote of 25G. Russell's total vote was
262. and 12 illegal votes lelt him a vote of 250.
giving Binder a majority of 12, and confirming
his election. The Commissioner stated further
that the appeal was well taken on acconnt of
the number of illegal votes discovered, and
that he recommended that the costs bo paid by
the city.
FOR SELLING '.MARGARINE.
Three Convictions Ont of tho Twenty Cases
Broacht by n Grcensburser.
In the oleomargarine suits against Allen
Kirkpatrick & Co., Frank Y. Over, P. Brady,
and W. C. Staving, before Judge Slagle, the
former was acquitted and the last three were
convicted and ordered to pay $100 fine.
In 1SS7, a Greensburger named S.J.Adam
son, entered a suit against about 20 Pittbnrg
ers for selling olco, but all were discharccd ex
cept the four above named, who were held for
court.
Adamson cets half the fines as prosecutor.
To-Dny's Trial Lists.
Common Pleas No. 1 Hnfschmidt vs Wood
row, Hufschmidt vs McCullough, Cridge vs
Friday et al, Welsh vs Oliver & Roberts, Liv
ingston t Co. vs Peoples Natural Gas Com
pany, Baudie vs Guffey fc Co., Holtzman vs
Peoples' Natural Gas Company, Napolitan vs
Maiatesta etaL Dickson vs Delaney, Hutchins
et ux vs Knnxville Land Improvement Com
pany Craig vs Gregg. Hackett vs Brown, Nell
et al vs Woods.
Common Pleas No. 2 Shnbkagel vs Dier
stein. Old vs Mansfield & Co., Warne fc Co. vs
Robison, Maon vs Elk, Poundstone vs Ham
burger et al, Bowarksky for use vs Hamburger,
Martin ct al vs Heskctt & Co.
Criminal Conrt Commonwealth vs John
Griffith. Dora Mehring, David Elkins, Wesley
C. Creal. Albert Goldman, Ro-e Hall. Cath
erine Martin. P. G. Morrow. W. F. Spade,
George H. Havens, James HartzelL A. W.
Gross, Thomas O'Brien, F. C. Harbison, John
Rodgers, James Flannigan, Weston Cook,
Alleged Bnd Tooth Polllns.
In the suit now on trial before Jndge Magee
acaist Dr. J. O. Flower, for alleged malprac
tice, the prosecutor, J. H. Johnson, will claim
that as a resnlt of having a tooth pulled by the
doctor, his jaw swelled and a piece of the jaw
bone had to be removed, resulting in disfigure
ment and months of detention at the hospitaL
Dr. Flower will claim Johnson's condition was
not a resnlt of tooth pulling.
Wishnrt vs. Illustrated Papers.
The case of Captain Wishart against three
newsdealers for handling alleged immoral
newspapers, tho Police Gazette and Police
Items, was postponed until to-day, as Messrs.
Moore and Montooth said they t ere not quite
ready for the defense. Representatives of the
journals were present.
Cnblo Comrlnlnts IlInterlRlIzlnc.
Mary J. Bown yesterday entered Suit against
the Pittsburg Traction Company for 53,000
damages. She claimed that when getting off a
car, December 25, 1SSS. the car was started too
soon, and she was dragged along the ground
for some distance, badly cutting and bruising
her.
Lines From Leenl Quarters.
The suit of R. B. McLean against the Citi
zens' Traction Company for wages is on trial
before Judge Stowe.
A. F. Pierce and wife and Thomas and
Mary Noble want $1,000 damages from Robert
Fitzpatrick for digging a trench through their
lot.
Frederick L Davis and wife yesterday re
ceived a verdict for $475 against George AV.
Ache and others in a landlord and tenant
case.
John G. A. Fries yesterday brought an ac
tion in ejectment against C. Grenzinger for the
possession of a lot on Soho street. Fourteenth
ward.
TnEsnltof August McAllister against the
Chartiers Valley Gas Company for damages
for a right of wav obtained through his farm Is
on trial before Judge Ewing.
Albert Bingman, arrested by Detective
Eichenlaub in Allegheny and charged with
passing counterfeit money was given a bearing
yesterday afternoon befqre United States Com
missioner McCandless. There being no evi
dence against him be was discharged. Frye,
his companion, is under bail for court, having
waived a hearing.
A STEAKGE BILL IN EQUITY.
Seeklnc to Establish the Sanity of a Woman
Before Witnesses Die.
Henry McD. Morrow has filed a strange
bill in equity against Joseph J., "William
and John McC. Reece asking for the priv
ilege of examining witnesses as to the sanity
of Elizabeth Reese, who died in 1854. The
plaintiff alleges that the defendants claim
certain lands willed to him, on the cround
that their mother was of unsound mind
when she made the will.
Morrow alleges that she was sane, and
wishes this fact established at once by wit
nesses, as they are becoming aged and
infirm, and he tears deliy may endanger his
title.
Rid yourself of the discomfort and danger
attending a cold by using Dr. Jayne's Ex
Dectorant, an old established curative for
coughs, sore throat and pulmonary af
fections. Another Snrprise.
"We advertised in the Sunday Dispatch to
sell men's genuine English melton over
coats, worth from 512 to $15 for S3. The rush
was even greater than we anticipated and
we sold 'em out clean and clear. To-day we
have another surprise in store. We shall
offer (for to-day only) between 8 A. M. and
6 P. M. men's elegant cape overcoats made
to sell from 525 to 510 lor the unheard of
low price of $10, 510, $10, $10. These over
coats are just the thing for nobby dressers
and have a detachable cape. Many of them
are elegantly lined with lancy cloth linings,
and when the cape is detached present the
appearance of a stylish ulster. This low
price holds good for to-day only, at the P.
C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts,,
opp. the new Court House.
The Bargain Tables in Center of Store.
Laces, embroideries, dress trimmings,
winter underwear, hosiery. Prices hardly
any at all; it's a cleaning up we're
after, not prices.
JOS. HORNE & CO.'S,
Penn Avenue Stores.
Clearance Sale of Breech Loaders.
Target rifles, $2 25, $3, $5 and upward.
Double shot guns al S6 75, $8, $10 and $12.
Single shot guns at 3 50, $4, $6 and up
ward. Fine repeating rifles from $8 upward,
at J. H. Johnston's, C21 Smithfield street
An Acknowledgement.
We take this opportunity to thank our
many patrons and the public in general for
their liberal patronage in the past and hope
to merit a continuance of the same. We
will oiler for two weeks only our line of fine
plates, cups and saucers, ornaments, rich
cut class dinner sets, chamber sets, in fact
our entire line of fine imported and domestic
wares and glass at greatly reduced prices.
C. Reizenstein,
152, 154,456 Federal street. Allegheny.
TTSSU
Clearance Sole of Revolvers.
Double action, self-cocking revolvers, any
caliber, at$l 75, $2 25, $2 75 and $3 up
ward, at J. H. Johnston's, 621 Smithfield
street.
SCKOruLA cured free of charge at 1102
Carson st,, Southside.
C3-Display advertisements one dollar prr
square for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, etc, ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken for less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
BRANCH OFFICES.
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient ad vertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion nest morning:
Advertisements arc to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have acconnts with Tee Dis
patch. rrrrsBUKO.
TIIOMAS McCAFFUEY, 33i,9 Butler street.
EMU. G. STUCKEY. SUh street and Penn ave.
E. GATUCKEY ACO., Wylieave. and Fulton st.
N. STOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
EAST END.
J. W. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
OAKLAND.
MCALLISTER L SHEIBLER,5th av. Atwood st.
sotrrnsiDz.
JACOB Sl'OHN. So. 2 Carson street.
CUAS. SCHWABM, 1707 Carson street.
ALLEGHENY.
A. 3. KAERCHEK, 59 Federal street.
McBRIDE Bl'.OS.. Federal and Ohio streets.
FRED H. EGGEUS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS & SUN, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY. Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PERRY M. (JLK1.M. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
WANTED HELP.
31nle Heln.
TTTAXTED-AN EXPERIENCED CIGAK AND
candv salesman wauts a situation. Address
W. H. S-, Dispatch office. laJS-M
WANTED-1 GOOD HARNESS MAKER:
would prefer a single man; none but sober
men need apply. Apply at 513 WOOD ST. JaK-W
WANTED-FIRST CLASS JOURNEYMAN
barber: no other need apply. Applv at
CUAS. DECKLER'S, J510 Carson St . Southi-lde
Ja:s-46
WANTED-GOOD BOY TO LEARN THE
barber trade-one who has had some experi
ence preferred. Apply 3709 FIFTH AVE.. Oak
land. JaJ3-44
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS COATMAKER
to eo to the countrv; a married man pre
ferred. Inquire at P. J. LOUGHNEY, No. 833
Liberty street. Ja-77
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED MAN FOR
the tea business: oue having outside trade
preferred; will pay good wages. UNION PACIFIC
TEA CO., 433 Market St. J127-120
-ftfANTED ASMART.ACTIVEYOUNGMAN;
V American, about 15. as a collector for a pub
lishing house; best or references. E. W.WALKER
&. CO., 55 Ninth street. Ja29-S0
WANTED AGENTS It) SELL CLINE'S
foot heaters and patent fuel for carriages,
wagons, cu.: sells at sight. Inquire after 3 p. M.,
Wfi. bEMPLE. JR., 165 Federal St., Allegheny,
Fa. del6-9-D
W'1
ANTED-A DRYGOODS SALESMAN TO
travel West with a manulacturer's agent:
one of experience and able to sell best trade; call
In persou. Room 247 Anderson Hotel. G. W.
.ailljLtClt. jwm
TTT ANTED A FEW FIHST-CLASS MA
TV CHIMSTS; must be rellablu and indus
trious men. Apply to FOREMAN of machine
shops at works of N ational Tube Works Company,
McKeesport, Pa. JaS-62
WANTED-AGENTSTOSELLTEA. BAKING
powder and pure spices: gifts with goods;
coke workers, miners ormlllmen can make money
In their spare time. YAMASHIRO TEA CO.. 83
Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa. JaIS-86-TTS
WANTKD-BUSINESS M.ttf. GOOD STAND
ING (own offiee) to represent a New York
firm: business suitable for lnburance. real estate
agents and young lawvers seeking st ady remu
neration: terras liberal. Applv HUGH B. MAC
CULLOCH, 30 E. Fourteenth st., N. Y. City.
1affi-21
WANTED AGENTS - GENTLEMEN OR
lady canvassers for Pittsburg. Allegheny
and suburban towns, to sell on commission, lava
tor, a laundry article, readily sold with good prof
It. Apply between 9 and 10 o'clock a. m., at H.
HOLTZMAN Jt SONS, 35 fcixth St., Pittsburg. Ta.
JalS-1
WANTED-BY A WHOLESALE HOUSE
with trade established, one or two good ac
tive young men as partners, with SI2.U0 each;
hare a paying trade; none but good, steady men
that mean business need answer: all correspond
ence strictly confidential. G. H. .. Dispatch
office. jaaWS-TTS
-rTTANTE1,-EXTKASETOF1J0OKSTO keep.
t A competent bookkeeper with A 1 refer
ences would like an extra set of books to post
evenings; parties not wishing to employ a sal
aried bookkeeper will find this a cheap way to
have their books well kept. Address BOOK
KEEPER, Dispatch office. ja"J9-74
-T7-ANTED-A LIVE CANVASSER IN EACH
V town to sell a commercial specialty, popular
and of longstanding. Large commission. Quick
sales. No capital required. Inqulrethe commer
cial standing of our house. Established 18SS.
Write for particulars. Indexing 2-cent stamp.
THE REYNOLDS REYNOLDS CO., Dayton, O,
JaJ-3-EOD
-TTTANTEDCAPABLE MAN TO SUl'ERIN
v V TEND wholesale department of large busi
ness In Pennsylvania; will manage branch stores,
finances, corresponding, shipping, and have
charge of over $10,000 (wholesale) worth of goods;
must make S3.503 cash deposit: salary, IA-4CU;
references. Address LIPP1NCOTT, Box li Sta
tion D, New York. JaIS-3
Female ITclD.
-TTTANTED-FEMALE SECOND COOK AND
V dishwasher, at GOODWIN'S RESTAU
RANT, 115 Fourth ave. jaS-92
"TTT ANTED-A GOOD SALESWOMAN. CAPA-
HLEofmeetlngllrst-classcustomers. Ap
plv, before 10 o'clock, Tue6dav or Wednesday,
41H SIXTH ST., rooms 1 ana Z. JaSM.
WANTED A GIRL WITH EXPERIENCE
and refinement for care of child 4 years old:
German preferred. Applv, with reference, 148
SHEFFIELD STREET, Allegheny. Ja-78
WANTED-IMMEDIATELY. FOR HOTEL,
pantry, kitchen, etc., dining room girls,
cooks and chambermaids; S3 50 to St per week:
nurse and house girls; all first-class help report
here. MRS. MEEHAN, 545 Grant St. Ja21-I
Male and Female flelD.
TirANTED-AGF.XTS-MALE AND FEMALE.
V Address H. E., Dispatch offiie.
Ja29-33-TTS
W ANTED-A IRST-CLASS STENOG R APH
ER: male or female. Apply at KELLY',
JONES & CO., 141 Firet avenue. ja-68
WANTED-LIVE MEN AND WOMEN TO
engage In ftn easy, paying business at
home; can work daytime or evening and make 50c
to S2 per hour; sure thing; sample and eoinnleto
Instructions sent free. Address, WORLD
SUPPLY CO.. Rutland. Vt. Ja3M10
WANTED SITUATI ONS.
-TTTANTED-POSITION BY SALESMAN WHO
V has had four vears experience on road;
reference given. Address T. R., Dispatch office.
JaS3-70
-TTTANTED-SITDATION AS COLLECTOR BY
V as-oung man who can give best of citv
reference. Address COLLECTOR, Dispatch
office. ja29-89
WANTED-POSITION AS FOREYMEN OR
stable boss In livery or other stable: 10
years experience. Address II. W. R., 58 Chestnut
St., Allegheny. Ja2M7
XSTANTED POSITION A FIRST-CLASS
V German plant and flower gardener wants a
good place; he will take a place in a private house
gardening. A. W., Dispatch office. JaM-34
WANTED ROOMS. IOUsES.
WANTED-ROOM. BY A MACHINIST,
first or second floor, about 35x60, with or
without power. Address BOX 181, Pittsburg.
jas-o
TITANTED-TO RENT-ONE OR TWO-STORY
W brick building, with power if possible; cellar
and railroad facilities preferred. Address at
once J. F Dispatch office. Ja29-43
TTTANTED-BY APRIL I, SHOWROOM ON
V first floor on good business street; would
rent one-half of large room with first-class party.
Address SHOWROOM. Dispatch office. de7-f33
WANTED PARTNERS.
TTTANTED-TO SELL HALF INTEREST IN
V a valuable patent, cheap. Address M. X.,
Dispatch office. Ja29-5l
TTTANTED-ENERGETIO jian TO TAKE
half interest in a good paying business and
to act as business manager; smail capital required.
Address MUTUAL, Dispatch office. Ja-61
J
ANTED-AN ACTIVE MAN WITH S3.000
patent article: a fair trade established: good
profits. 'Address PATENT, Dispatch office.
laS7-79
TIT ANTED-A RELIABLE PARTY WITH JVX)
Y to take half interest In a light manufactur
ing business: goods staple: business easily
learned: satisfactory Income assured: references
If desired. Address LIGHT, Dispatch office.
Ia2
WANTED FINANCIAL.
WANTED-BUSINESS HOUSES, OFFICES
and dwellings to rent. W. A. HEREON &
SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
Ja2-44-4,8,10,15.17,24.i9,31
WANTED-HOCSES TO RENT AND RENTS
to collect In both cities. We give special
attention to repairs, taxes, insurance and man
agement of oropertles: Itemised acconnts, inonth-
lyseltlements. 1'iirsuunir iu. 1.1m., jjsnun
avenue. Real Estate and Insurance.
Jal-94-D
TTTANTED-HOUSES TO KENT, BENTS TO
V collect, prompt returns, monthly settle
ments. Itemized statements, with check. Insurance
and repairs attended to, thus relieving landlords
of all annoyances and losses connected with the
management of their property: also mortgages
Irom 500 to any amount in- keeping with location
and valne or property, and no delay, If title be
good. J. DERM1TT, 407 Grant street. JaS-49-TTS
WANTED FINAN CIAL.
WANTKD-RENTS TO COLLECT; MONTH
LY" settlement with Itemised statement.
BLACK & BAIRD. K Fourth svenue. aM-a-D
TTANTED-MORTGAGES-MONEYTO LOAN
VV In sums to suit, at 4W, 5 and 6 per cent.
GRAEB1NG & LYON, 135 Fourth ave. ap6-el-D
TXTANTED-KENTS COLLECTED PROMPT-
W LY; property managed with satisfaction.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, TeL167.
j:9-8i
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY', over H 000; 4M per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER CO., S2 Fourth avenue.
mh2-a22-D
WANTED-MORTGAGES IN LARGE OB
small amounts on improved city or Alle
gheny Bounty property at lowest market rates.
.liua. LlbUMT, no. -ii founu ave. j"
WANTED-GOOD MORTGAGES FOR ANY
amount: lowest rates of Interest and commis
sion. riTTSBUBG CO.. LIMITED, Real Estate
and Insurance, 133 Firth avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.
Jal-91-n
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY IN SUMS
Irom $900 to raoooat AH toepercent, ac
cording to size and kind of mortgage: no delay If
the title Is good. W. A. HERRONASONS. 80
Fourth ave. Ja2-4M,5.&12,15.19,22,26,3
WANTED-TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
or $3,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on it per cent, free of tax; also smaller
amountsat5and6percent. BLACK & BAIRD,
95 Fourth avenue.
se21-d26-D
TTANTED-TO LOAN $200,000 ON MORT
VV GAGES: flOO and unward at 6 ner cent;
$509,000 at iH per cent on residences or business
properly: also in aojoimng cuumie;,.
S. H.
FRENCH, ia Fourth avenue.
oc3l-eS4-r
.. - . .Ttni.1 . .t.ti.rrir, . ,iu .. im nnnrw.T f 1 I V
on city and suburban properties at 4K, 5and
6 per cent, and on farms In Allegheny and aaja
ccnt counties at 6 per cent: no money loaned out
of Pennsylvania. 1. M. PENNOCK t SON, 10j
Fourth avenue. ap7-f41
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
-TTTANTED-TO BUY A GOOD PAYING
VV downtown drugstore for cash. Address
PURCHASER, Dispatch office. Ja2)-5
WANTED-TO BUY HOUSEHOLD GOODS
of all kinds. Address PITTSBURG AUC
TION CO., 93 Third ave., near Wood st. Jai9-99
WANTED-SECOND-HAND LATHE, DRILL
press, steam hammer, planers, etc. Ad
dress j: G. SUTTON 4 CO., West Newton, Ps,
Ja3-S5
-TTrANTED-PEOPLE -WHO L1VEWUTSIDE
VV the city to attend our auction sales of furni
ture, carpets, etc.. Tuesiiavsand Fridays at 10 A.
M. and 2 P.M. PITTSBURG AUCTION CO., 93
Third ave. JaM-99
WANTED HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND
general merchandise, to sell at our sales
rooms or on the premises: no charge for adver
tising: storage at lowest rates. PITTSBURG
AUCTION CO., 93 Third ave., near Wood st.
ja29-ioo-rrs
WANTED-BY PEARSON. LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER. 96 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at $150 per
dozen: photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous nrocess. xnhl3-k7
-TTTANTED-OFFERS-A MANUFACTURING
VV corporation desires to establish a
branch factory In the vicinity of Pittsburg: em
ploys 100 hands and ships fia 000 tons of freight an
nually: requires 5 to 10 acres of ground having
navigable water and railroad frontage. Offers
mav be sent to CHAS. L. WOKK.501 Chestnut St.,
Philadelphia, Pa. Ja29-73-Tuwssu
TT7-ANTED-1F YOU WANT TO KNOW HOW
VV to write a good business hand, write a bus
iness letter, add a column of figures rapidly, make
out an ordinary account, write a receipt, write a
promissory note, reckon the discount on it for
days, months and years, and get a general knowl
edge of bookkeeping, penmanship and arithmetic,
attend the College of Commerce, 96 Fourth ave.
W. W. MCCLELLAND. Prln. no-slOO-Tue
-TTJANTED-PROPOSALS TO FURNISH THE
V V following machinery, to be delivered at the
Thompson Glass Co.'s. Limited, works at Union
town, Pa., to be paid for cash: 1 60 horse-power
engine; 1 Iron boiler, two flues, for 70 horse-power
engine; 1 No. 9 volume ran: iJOfeetsliafttng.more
or less, Z-ln. diameter, with couplings: 19 2-ln.
hangers, more or less. Bids to be closed February
4. 1SS9. The companv reserves the right to reject
any or all bids. THOMPSON GLASS CO., LIM.,
No. 1 Carson st,. Southside. jaM-48-TTB
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
Citv Residences.
FOB SALE OR TO LET-ON CARSON ST..
dwelting of 6 rooms and 6tore room, would
make an elegant location for a saloon. J. C.
REILLY, 77 Diamond st. Ja27-77
FOR SALE-VERY CHEAP $3, 000 - $1. 000
cash, balance on easv payments, brick house,
7 rooms, lot 20x90 ft.. Caldwell, near Vine St. W.
A. HEREON A SONS. 80 Fourth avenue. Ja-97
FOR SALE 6-ROOMED BRICK DWELLING,
finished attic good cellar, on Granville
street, near Eleventh ward schoolhouse:lot 20x110:
price SiaW; very cheap. GEO. SCHMIDT, 158
Fourth ave. lalS-4l-18,:0,21.23.:6,27.29,31
FOR SALEWYOMING ST.. MT. WASHING
TON. 3-story brick dwelling, 9 rooms, hall
and vestibule: n. and a. gas: hot and cold water;
good sewerage: price low; lot 30x90. J. C.
REILLY, 77 Diamond st. Ja27-77
FOR SALE HARRISON STREET, NEAR
Fortv-nlnth St.. 1 two-story liame house, 6
rooms and attlt, alsodn rear 1 two-story frame,
4 rooms and attic, fronting on nice paved alley;
wlllsell oneorbothtlot 21x100. J. C. BEILLY,
77 Diamond St. Ja27-77
FOR SALE-(99)-2.800 CRAWFORD STREET,
100 yards from Fifth avenue cable; 10 min
utes walk from P. 0.:2-storyandmansard brick
dwelling. 6 rooms and 2 rooms In mansard; newly
papered and nicely grained; vestibule. Inside
shutters, gas and water, laundry, back porch,
good cellar; lot 75 feet deep to alley; a bargain;
very easy terms. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO.,
99 Fourth avenue. la29-87-TTh
Enst End Residences.
FORSALE-ON HILAND AVE.. LOTS7Mxl40
toZO-ft. alley: selected brick of 8 rooms, bath
room, natural gas; stable In the rear of lot: large
front porch, shade trees, etc.; elegant neighbor
hood; convenient to both steam and cable cars;
verv delrabie In every respect. THOS. LIG
GETT, No. 114 Fourth ave. Ja:5-36-TTESU
FOR SALE-ON PAVED ST.. WITHIN 4 MIN
UTES' walk of Roup station, large corner
lot, modern frame house of 8 rooms, hall in center
oftlichonse, bathroom, natural gas, good drain
age, elegant front porch: house nicely elevated
above the street: good neighborhood, etc.; only
$8, 000. THOS. LIG GETT, 114 Fourth ave.
Ja25-3S-TTESU
FORSALE-ON SOUTH HILAND AVE.. ELE
GANT stone and brick house of 10 rooms, re
ception hall, bathroom, natural gas, sliding doors,
electric bells, elegant front porch, plate glass win
dows, bard wood mantels, etc. ; a perfect house In
every respect: good sized lot ana elegant neigh
borhood. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth ave.
Ja25-35-TTFSSU
FOR SALE NEGLEY AVENUE HAND
SOME residence properties along this great
connecting thoroughfare of all other avenues
leading from the city Tor sale at the low price of
MJ, $30 and $60 per foot front; thispropcrtj will
be worth from Sw to $100 and over when pavement
Is finished. MELLON BROS., 6319 Station street,
E. E. ja29-40-TWT
FOR SALE-NEAR EAST LIBERTY STATION,
on a paved street, a handsome new 2-story
and attic pressed brick residence, containing 9
rooms and bathroom. 2 inside w. c, range, hot
and cold water, artificial gas, etc.: laundry in
attic; this Is a corner property; well sewered, and
a special bargain. BLACK A BAIKD. 95 Fourth
avenue. ls20-104-21,2S,25,26l29.3l
FOR SALE ON PARK AVE., NEAR
Frankstown ave., lot 26x78, new frame house
of 8 rooms, reception hall; bathroom, natural gas,
electric bells, all modern Improvements, about 6
minutes' walk from East Liberty station and
about 8 minutes from either lino of cable cars; only
$3,250: terms to suit. THOS. W. LIGGETT. No.
114 Fourth ave. Ja25-3!-Tuwssu
FOR SALE-A REAL BARGAIN-510,500 FOR A
large and elegant brick dwelling of about 15
large rooms, hall in center, all conveniences, per
fect sewerage, on one of the finest paved avenues
in the E. E.: lot 120 feet front: house cost $13. 000 to
build; lot Is worth $9,000: moderate amonnt down,
balance on bond and mortgage. BLACK &
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. ja'J9-39
FOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN IF SOLD AT
once, elegant lot. cor. two prominent paved
aves. In the East End. elegant brick bouse, almost
new. reception hall, parlor, llbrav, dining room,
kitchen and large pantry on flm floor, 5 good bed
rooms, bath and w. c. on second fioor. large fin
ished attic, servant's room ana cedar closet on the
third floor, electric hells, speaking tubes, sliding
doors, large front porch, oay windows, elegant
neighborhood and convenient to both steam and
cable cars. THOS. LIGGETT. No. 114 Fourth
ave. Jaz5-32-Tuwssu
FORSALE-EASTEND-VALCABLEHOUSES
and lots at very low prices and easy terms:
WIlkln6burg, near station, large, flncly-flnlshed
brick house 9 rooms. $500: $2,500 cash, balance to
suit; also six smaller bouses at low prices, monthly
payments; Osborne, houses and lots on easy
terms; Haysvllle, one house and several lots,
cheap; Glcntleld, two houses on easy terms; Ems
worth, fine Oucen Anne house and vacant lots:
Pittsburg, on Reed St., 4 frame houses. 6 rooms
each; can be bought cheap. II soon. Call on J.
DERMITT, 407 Giant street. JS29-4S-TT8
TTIOR SALE-$10,500-IF SOLD AT ONCE-A
C new two-story and attic frame dwelling of
7 rooms and 3 finished attic rooms, vestibule, al
cove In reception hall, bevel-edged plate glass In
door of vestibule, hardwood mantels, with beauti
ful cabinet having magnificent bevel-edged glass
In parlor and dlnlngroom, Wlllman brass grate in
parlor and nickel grate in dlnlngroom. tile hearths
and facings, bathroom -finished in hard wood, and
has marble-top washstand, tub and w. c, laundry
with stationary tubs, furnace, stained glass win
dows in laundry and bathroom, cedar closet on
second floor, front, 6ide and rear porches, near
ncarnew cable cars and Shadyslde station: large
lot: terms to suit purchaser. BLACK BAIRD,
95 Fourth ave. Ja20-123-2l,23,25,29,31
FOR SALE-3 NEW BRICK DWELLINGS,
within 5 minutes' walk of cable cars, in one
of the choicest locations of Oakland: the homes
are ormodern style, built entirely of select brick
and contain 9 rooms, hall, vestibule, with tiled
floor, sliding doors between parlor and dining
room, line large plate glass windows, elegant
slate mantels and art fireplaces ana fixtures, tiled
hearths, art stained glass windows. Inside shut
ters, large kitchen pantry, an improved natural
f:ss range, laundry, with stationary tubs and dry
ng room, hardwood front stalls, also back stairs,
a very complete bathroom, with w. c. and sta
tionary washstand, also w c. In cellar, a large
cedar closet, elegant chandeliers and gas fixtures,
front and back porches, etc; the sewerage and
sanitary arrangements are exceptionally good;
larre lot with walks laid: stone coninir In Trnnt
and fUgstone sidewalks: price only 13,000. BLACK
& AinU) w x ounn ave.
FOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
East End Residences.
FOR 8ALE-$3,800-LOMBARD STREET. 7
roomed brick dwelling, with hall, vestibule,
sliding doors between parlor and dining room,
range, bath, slate manleis. etc.: lot JixlJO, with
front yard. GEO. SCHMIDT, 158 Fourth ave.
Ial8-41-18,20,2,23,26,27,29,31
TWR SALE 8HADYS1DE. BETWEEN AM
X1 BERSON and Aiken avenues, and between
P. R. K. and Fifth ave. cable line, elegant resi
dence 9 rooms, best finish: all latest conveniences
and improvements: sewer connections: large lot:
choice location. HENRY A. BREED, 516 Market
St. . , Ja29-53
FOR 8ALE-PENN AVE., BRUSHTON STA
TION, new pressed brick dwelling of 15
rooms: hard wood finish, slate mantels, with im
proved fireplaces. laundry with cemented floor;
exceptionally low priced: terms to suit; Immedi
ate possession. See JNO. F. BAXTER Agt.. 512
bmlthneld st. ta27-G0-Tusu
Allegheny Residences.
FOR SALE. ELEGANT RESIDENCE 8
rooms and attlcwlth all conveniences, facing
tnepark; best exposure: terms very reasonable.
HENRY A. BREED, 516 Market St. Ja29-53
FORSALE-$2,10O-HOUSEAND LOT, 68COR
KYst,, corner Ann St., First ward. Alle
gheny, lot 23x27. brick house six rooms. A. LEG
GATE & SON, 31 Federal et., Allegheny. Ja2S-M
FOR SALE NORTH AVE., FRONTING
parks, 2-story brick dwelling 7 rooms, bath,
h. and c. water, nat. and art. gas: everything in
first-class order: price low. terms to snft: lotl9x
100 to alley. J . C REILLY, 77 Diamond St.
JaK-43
FOR SALE-SMALL HOUSE WITH GOOD
lot, having a front on two streets, near
wood's Run. Tenth ward. Allegheny, near to
ironworks, etc.: will sell for $600 ir applied for
toon. C. H. LOVE, No. 93 Fourth avenue.
Ja?9-63
FORSALE-ONTHE PARKIN-ALLEGHENY,
handsome brick dwelling:!: rooms, range,
bath. Inside w. c, hall, vestibule, laundry with
stationary tubs, nat. gas all through; large lot,
fine location: very cheap and easy payments.
BLACK & BAIKD, 95 Fourth ave.
JS27-I07-27, 29, 3L fe2, 4, 6, 8. 9, 11, 13, 15. 16
FOR SALE-THAT HANDSOME BRICK RESI
DENCE (almost new) on North avenue, Alle
gheny, corner Palo Alto street, fronting on the
parks, 10 large, cheerrulrooms: library and sitting
room, lavatory and bath, stationary washstands
with marble tops, and hot and cold water through
out: several elegant Pillard marble mantels:
natural gas; Inside shutters; china closets and
Rantrles, elevator. laundry and drying rooms,
irnace; dry cellar nnderthe whole house, etc : to
be soldatpubllesaleonTUESDAY AFTERNOON,
FEBRUARY 5, at 2 o'clock, in our offlce.129 Fourth
avenue. Pittsburg. Terms, etc., from JAMES W.
DRAPE & CO., Agents and Auctioneers, 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. Ja29-65
Suburbnn Residences.
FOR SALE-80 ACRES. HOUSE. STABLE.
or;hard: near Woodlawn station. P. ft L. F R.
R.: also 39 acres adjoining above, rich. Ohio river
bottom land. GRAEB1NG ft LYON. 135 Fourth
avenue. ja27-57-TTSu
FORSALE-$2,550W1LL BUY A SNUG LIT.
TLE house, situated convenient to station at
Ingram, Pa.: house contains five large and two
small rooms: fitted with natural gas: spring water
in kitchen; lot 50x150. bl'RAUB ft MORRIS, cor
ner Wood street and Third avenue, Pittsburg.
Ja29-67
FOR SALE-OR TO LET-ONE OF THE MOST
beautiful suburban places In Allegheny
countv: the house le large, containing 15 rooms,
splendidly finished, and surrounded with wide
verandas; It Is completely fitted up with bath
rooms, water closets and natural gas: there Is a
good stable and handsome fowl house: the grounds
arc very beautiful and well supplied with choice
shrubbery, fruit and ornamental trees: thewhole
will be sold, with from 1 to 5 acres of ground, at a
very moderate price. KNOXVILLE LAND IM
PROVEMENT CO., 85 Knox avenue, Knoxvllle
borough. Jal9-9
FOR SALE LOTS.
City Lot
FOB SALE-LOTS IN TWENTY-SEVENTH
ward, S. S., the best lots for theleast money,
only $250 each, and such an easy way to pay It, $10
down and $10 monthly; 25x100 each. J. C.
REILLY, 77 Diamond st. Ja27-77
FORSALE-DICKSON LOTS: DICKSON LOTS;
Dickson lots; Dickson plan of lots; Thirty
third street: buy a choice, level lot: price low;
terms easy. See THOS. MCCAFFREY, agent,
35C9 Butler st., at once: office open evenings.
JalO-94-TTSu
FORSALE-LOTS1LOTSI-FEBRUARY2, 1839,
at 3 o'clock, and every Saturdav thereat ter'
on the premises, "West End Place. " Thirty-fifth
ward, Pittsburg; 40 minutes from Fifth ave. and
Market st. : near the terminus of West End street
car line, and known as "Halerman's II1IL" at
auction: terms, $5 cash, balance in monthly pay
ments of Si. with Interest at 4 per cent. SAMUEL
W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave. ja20-54-TTS
FOR SALE-LOTS. LOTS; BARGAINS IN
lots In Dlcksou and Denny's new plan; 500
building lots, between Twenty-eighth and Thirty
third street, above P. K. It., at prices Irom $100 to
$1,000 per lot, on very easy payments: call and
see nlans at my office at once If you want
the pick of location and before the
price goes up: come and 6ee mc before purchasing
elsewhere. Call or send for immense list of over
700 properties for sale all over both cities ind
suburbs, by THOS. MCCAFFREY, Notary Public
and Leading Real Estate Agent, 3509 Butler street.
Telephone 1641-2. Office open evenings.
Jal-29-rrs
Enst End Lots.
TJIOB SALE-FIFTH AVENUE-BUILDING
JrJ lots In the midst or Oakland, 51x270 leet. W.
A. HERRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
Ja24-74-TTS
FOR SALE OAKLAND AVENUE BUILD
ING lots 3 minutes from cable Mne: street
paved: 50x150 feet. W. A. HERRON ft SONS. 80
Fourth avenue. Ja24-74-TTS
FOR SALE BARTON ST.-BUILDING LOT
40x100 feet, near steam cars and Fifth avenue
cable cars, Shadyslde. W. A. HERRON ft SONS,
80 Fourth avenue. Ja24-74-TTS
FOR SALE-LOTS ON LINDEN AVENUE,
near Point Breeze, size 0x150 feet: this
property has Just been recently graded and will
be sold at a special bargain. BLACK ft BAIRD,
95 Fourth ave. Ja25-26-D
FOB SALE THREE ACRES OF BEAUTIFUL
land on Stanton ave., near Hlland; situation
unsurpassed: fine fruit and shade trees: price and
terms reasonable. Inquire of D. C NEGLEY,
6106 Penn ave.. East End. Jal9-12-TTS
FOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS. AT DALLAS STA
TION, P. R. K., convenient to steam and
street cars: cheap and on 'easy terms, situation
unsurpassed: price ranging from $400 to $600. In
outre of D. C. NEGLEY, 6106 Penn ave.. East
End. no2S-y78-TTS
FOR SALE -LOTS, LOTS. LOTS ON HILAND
ave., Linden ave.. Walnut St., Howe St.,
Roup St.. McCully St.. Hastings St., Penn ave ,
Center ave., Euclid ave., and nil the principal
streets and avenues In the East End. THOS. LfG
GETT, No. 114 Fourth ave. Ja25-35-TTrsSu
Suburban Loin.
FOR BALE LARGE BUILDING LOTS AT
BIssell station, B. ft O. K. K.: large rorest
trees; low price and long time. Inquire at ROOM
8, BIssell block. Jal8-45-D
FOR SALE-A CHOICE PIECE OF CROUND,
cor. or Rebecca and Pitt St., Wilklnsburg,
fronting on paved street; Iot50xl22 to alley. J. C.
REILLY, 77 Diamond st. Ja27-77
Farms.
T7IOB SALE-40 ACRES LAND WITH ELE
V OANT suburban residence of 10 rooms, gas
for light and heat, good barn, orchard, etc ; right
at station on Ft. Wayne R. I!.. IS miles from
Pittsburg, $6,500: send tor big farm list and ex
change. N. F. HURST, Real Estate Broker.
Rochester. Pa. Ial9-Il-TTS
FOR SALE-CHEAP AND CN EASY PAY
MENTS. In large or small lots, by the acre or
as a whole, 130 acres of 'he finest building prop
erty on Mt. Oliver, adjoining Knoxvllle and
Bcltzhoover boroughs, two minutes walk from
electric cars; Castle hhannon R. R. runs through
the property; It Is level, healthful, good water.
Eartiallv underlaid with coal, limestone and
uilding stone: 20 acres timber; the most availa
ble suburban property in the market for dividing
into lots; a rare chance. Apply at once to ,1.
BANDL on property, or PH. BAUMGART. 104
S. Nineteenth St., Pittsburg. Ja29-30-TTS
Mnnufncturing Sites.
FOR SALE-MANUFACTURING SITE NEAR
McKeesport and new gas territory; low price
to large works. Inquire at ROOM 8, BIssell block.
jal8-45-D
I7IOK SALE -MANUFACTURING SITE: ONE
of the best In the city, near Twenty-firth
St., on Allegheny Valley Railroad; has an iron
clad building on lot 100x120 feet, on long lease;
side-track connections with Allegheny Valley
Railroad. For all particulars address CARRIER
NO. 25. Pittsburg P. O. ta3-90-D
Miscellaneous.
FOR SALE-OIL LANDS-A VALUABLE
large concession south or the Ohio river, with
machinery, etc. E. D. E., P. O. Box 131, Canton,
O. Ja27-90
FOB SALE SEE AUCTION SALE OF 563
Fifthave. In another column; terms $300 cash,
balance long time. SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO.,
09 Fourth ave. Ja29-84
STRAYED.
STKAYED-A DUN HORSE WAS LEFT AX
iny stable about the middle or December:
owner will please call and pay charges or horse
will be sold according to law. C. P. N ASEK, cor.
Forty-first and Butler sts. Ja26-69-p
LOST.
LOST - MONDAY MORNING PUG DOG;
reward will be paid by leaving It at 27 SIXTH
AVE. Ja29-03
flIEETlNGSs.
Pittsburg and Lake Erie
Railroad company,
January 21. 1889.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT
a retrular meeting of tho directors of
the Pittsburg and Lake Erie Railroad Com
pany, held January 22, 1683, it was
unanimously resolved that a special meet
ing of tho stockholders of said company
bo held at the office of said companv in the citv
of YonnRStown, State of Ohio, on FEBRUARY
28, 1889, at 10 o'clock A.M.. to consider the advisa
bility of increasinz the capital stock of said
company to S4.COO.000. and also to consider the
advisability of increasinc the bonded debt of
said company from $2,000,000 to S4000.000, and
issuing the bonds of the company, secured by
a second mortgage, therefor. JOHN O. ROB
INSON, Secretary. ja2I-3S-To.
FOR SALE BCSINES3.
Business Cbnnrcst.
FOB SALE-BAKERY AND GROCERY: AN
old established stand doing a good business.
Inquire of P. CLABK, 66 Seventh avtnoe. Ja22-56
FOB SAL E-A COMPLETE CHEMICAL
laboratory: desirable location and low rent.
Inquire at ROOM 8, BIssell block, corner Seventh
avenue and Smithfield street. Jal8-45-D
FOB SALE-SHOE BUSINESS IN A TOWN
of 4.000, 50 miles from theclty, doing a.busl
ness of $17,000 per annum: satisfactory reasons for
selling; goodopenlngfor live, active man. Ad
dress O, Dispatch office. Ja26-63-Tus
FO K S A L -$15,000 WORTH OF STOCK AT
par, paying 20 per cent: extensive coal works,
good small hotel, stores, drug stores, boarding
houses, tea stores, shoe stores, bakeries, con
fectioneries, and other business chances. bllKl'
ARD 4.CO., 54 Filth avenue. Ja3
F
lOR SALE-A REPUBLICAN WEEKLY PA
PER, with a thrivinir dallv. !n one of the
weauny counties oi unio: aaveriising ana joo
work good and resources of office extensive: the
whole or a controlling interest will be sold; terms
$7,000 and well worth H. Applv to S. H. PAH
VIN'S SONS' ADVERTISING AGENCY. Cincin
nati. O. JaCT-92-TTsn
Business) Stands.
T710R SALE-S-ROOMED BRICK HOUSE. WITH
r storeroom and hall entrance, located at 518
Forbes Street: lot 21170: cheap If sold soon. GEO.
SCHS11DT, 158 Fourth ave.
Jal8-41-18, 20,21,23, 26. 27,21,31
FOB SALE-THE PARK PLACE HOTEL,
cor. Penn and Hrushton ave.. K. E.. contain
ing 16 rooms: everything in first-class condition:
an elegant opening to start business: lot 75x140.
J. C. BEILLY, 77 Diamond St. Ja27-77
FOR SALE THE SlOST ELIGIBLY LOCATED
hotel property In Masslllon, O.: two-story
frame building: 25 rooms; vlll be sold cheap:
terms easy; lfnot sold by March 1 will be for rent;
Sossesslon April 1. For particulars address M. H.
:iNG. Masslllon. O. ja26-77
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Machinery and Metals.
FOR SALE 2 HORIZONTAL ENGINES. 18x2.
1 Ball engine, 1 small dvnamo and 2 lamps and
meatchoppers, rendering kettles, etc. VELTEft
MCDONALD, Penn ave., cor. Thirty-second st.
Jel6-I63-rrS
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND
machinery: engines from 4-horse power up.
boilers, pnmps, etc.: call or write for prices.
FAHEY PFALLER. Faber and Washington
sts., near Union depot. ap24-v35-TTS
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock. fcc.
FOR SALE DOGS GORDON SETTERS TWO
beantles; one broken and one pup. RED
LION SALE STABLES. )a29-55
FOR SALE-CLYDESDALE STALLION AD
DRESS or call on P. A. CALLAHAN, Wex
ford, Allegheny CO., Pa. Ja27-4
FOR SALE BAY HORSE, PAST TROTTER:
buggy harness, organ, piano and a lot of
good second-hand furniture. Call61 SANDUSKY'
ST., Allegheny City. Ja29-81
Miscellaneous.
FOR SALE-A FEW PAIRS OF VERY FINE
deer antlers. At J. II. JOHNSTON'S. 621
Smithfield street. Ja29-54
FOR SALE-TENTS-ONE VERY LARGE AND
four small tents, at hair price. J. H.
JOHNSTON. 621 Smithfield street. Ja29-56-TT3
TO LET.
City Residences.
TO LET-NO. 27 FIFTH ST., NEAR PENN
aveuue; 10 rooms. W. A. HERRON ft
SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. Ja29-97
TO LET OR FOR SALE 56.1 FIFTH AVE.;
only 5 minutes rrom Court House: $500 cash,
balance long time: will be sold at auction on
Thursday, January 31, 18S9, at 10 o'clock A. M.
SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth avenue.
Ja29-85
East End Reslaences.
TO LET-ON COLLINS AVE., NEAE STATION
st . brick honseor7rooms. bath room, nat
ural gas, etc.; 4 n.lnntes' walk from either steam
or cable cars. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth
ave. Ja25-34
rpO LET TWO HOUSES, 8 ROOMS EACH.
JL conveniences; lot, with orwlthout stable: 2
ralnntes rrom ltonp station. L. R. R.. and cable.
Inquire at 48 WYLIE AVENUE, or 33 UNION
AVENUE, Allegheny. Ja29-52
TO LET-ON BOND ST., NEAR HILAND
ave., larse lot, modern frame house of 8
rooms, bathroom, natural gas, elegant front and
side porches: good neighborhood and convenient
to both steam and cable cars. THOS. LIGGETT,
No. 114 Fourth ave. Ja25-34
Hnzelwood Residences.
TO LET-BEAUTIFUL HAZELWOOD AVE
NUE residence, 9 rooms, late Improvements,
nice yard: near steam cars; possession can be had
at once irdeslred at a nominal rent to April l.l&f9.
W. A. HEBRON ft SONS, SO Fourth ave. Ja29-96-TT
Allegheny Residences.
TO LET-A DESIRABLE THBEE-STOKY
press brick dwelling house "9 rooms, finished
attic, laundry, natural gas throughout, heater In
ball, all modern Improvement; Sherman ave..
Allegheny. Apply to ROBERT KNOX, JR., 17
Sherman ave., AUegheny City.
Jal2-25
ApnrtrnrnH,
TO LET-ONE FLOOR OF NICE APART
MENTS on Ohio St., Allegheny, sultablx for
light housekeeping; to small famllv-oniv: Imme
diate possession. Apply to J. G. MORROW,
shoe store, 2S9 Ohio St., Allegheny. Ja29-66
Farms.
TOLET-OR FOR SALE-FOB ONE OB TWO
years, nrto.workon shares, a stocked farm,
about 10 miles from city. Apply at 10 o'clock
Wednesday morning, January 30, at DISPATCH
OFFICE. Ja29-91
TO LET-DAIKY FARM OF 35 ACRES IN
Nineteenth ward, near Penn avenue; good
dwelling, capacious stabling and plenty of spring
water; rent $500. STRAUB ft MORRIS, corner
Wood st. and Third av., Pittsburg. JalS-39
Offices. Desk Room, etc
TO LET-(99) OFFICES AND BUSINESS
rooms in best location; call for prices.
SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave.
JS16-2S-D
TO LET-DESIRABLE FOURTH AVENUE
offices cheap In the Dallmeyer block. Call or
send for particulars. W. A. HERRON ft SONS,
80 Fourth avenue.
Ja3-32-TUP
TO LET-FKEE RENT-TO APRIL 1. 1S89
Offices, cor. Fifth avenue and Wood street;
Sood light and Crane elevator. SAMUEL W.
LACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave. Ja29-S6-D
TO LET-OFFICES-COR. FEDERAL AND
Isabella sts.. Allegheny: elegant light, con
venient location: low rents; immediate posses
sion. W. A. HERRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
ja26-22-TTS
TO LET- IN THE 3ICCANCE BLOCK,
Smithfield, Liberty and Seventh avenue,
well-lighted offices, each room fronting on a prin
cipal street: passenger and merchandise eleva
tors. . ja8-32-D
rpo LET-LARGE FRONT ROOM, SECOND
JL floor, 518 Smithfield St.. opposite City Hall
and adjoining Duquesne Hotel, with chairs,
desk, etc. MORRIS ft FLEMING, 106 Fourth
ave. de4-d63-rrs
TO" LET SINGLE AND CONNECTING
rooms in the Garrison buildings, cor. Wood
and Water streets, and Third ave. and Wood
street. Inquire at A. GARRISON FOUNDRY
CO.. 10 and 12 Wood st. JalS-51
TO LET-HOUSE NO. 814 PENN AVE., 10
rooms; elegant location for physician or
dentist offices: also No. 27 Fifth St.. between Penn
and Duquesne wav, 10 rooms, bath, etc. W. A.
HERRON &SO.NS, EOFourttiave Ja26-22-TTS
rpO LET-NEW OFFICES: SPLENDID LIGHT.
JL The Gerinanla Savings Bank. 423 Wood St..
having changed the Interior or Its building by
adding 15 large, alrr and well-lighted offices, with
all modern conveniences, elevator, etc., offer the
same for rent at reasonable terms. Parties desir
ing a fine location should apply at once at the
BANK. de21-75-D
Rnsiness Stand.
TO LET-STORE AND 4 ROOMS, FIRST
floor: also house of 7 rooms, hall and 2
porches: rent only $18. Inquire 61 SANDUSKY
ST., Allegheny, Ja29-Sl
TO LET-WAREUOOM AND CELLAR, 144
Water St., next door to Cherry alley: rent
low. Apply to V. W.C BID WELL ft CO.. corner
Water st. and Cherry alley. Ja27-22
TO LET-NO. 1616 PENN AVE.-STOHEROOM
and 6 "dwelling rooms: also No. 1703 Penn
ave.. storeroom and 7 dwelling rooms. W. A.
HERRON ft.SONS, 60 Fourth ave. Ja2C-22-TTS
TO LET THREE-STORY BUSINESS HOUSE,
20x85, on , bet. .Market and Wood sts. ;
suitable for almostany kind of business: rent low;
Immediate possession. C. BALTENSPERGERft
CO., 154 Fourth ave. Ja24-79
TO LET-THE POPULAR HOTEL KNOWN
as the White House, at Perrysvllle, on the
Perrysville plankroad, with 21 acres of land, good
orchard, barn, 'Stablings, sheds; and also frame
dwelling, with large garden Joining, and every
thing In first-class order: long lease is given to the
right pirtv. For rnrther Information call or ad
dress 1 IIE'DAN NEB MEDIC1N E CO., 212 Federal
St.. Allegheny City. Ja22-2l
Speclnl.
rriO LET-DWELLINGS LARGE AND SMALL
1 in both cities and suburbs, (jail or send ror
printed list free. W. A. HERRON ft SONS, 80
Fourth ave. Ja29-9S-rr
TO LET-LARGE DWELLINGS IN ALLE
GHENY. No. 7 Stockton ave.. new, 12 rooms; late im
provements: fine order.
No. 232 Western avenue, 10 rooms; well Im
proved. No. 10 Cedar avenue, fronting the parks, 14
rooms, large yard.
No. 62 River avenue, near Anderson St., 14
rooms.
No. 106 Western avenue, 10 rooms; late conve
niences. Call or send for particulars W. A. HERRON ft
SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. Ja29-97
PERSONAL.
-rERSONAL-NEW BOOKS! NEW BOOKS!
JL come and seel come and see! good editions
low prices. LEVI'S BOOK STOKE. 900 Liberty
St. n 04-18
PERSONAL-YOU WILL BE A LONGTIME
dead, but a short time alive, so be up and
make the best of It: see that vour wearing apparel
always looks neat and tidy. DICKSON, the
Tailor, or 65 Fifth avenue, corner Wood street,
second floor, makes a specialty of fine cleaning
and renalrlng: give him a trial. Telephone 1558. JaS
EDUCATIONAL.
PENNSYLVANIA FEMALE COLLEGE
East End. Pittsburjj. Second term opens
February J, 1SS9. Dllworth Hall is ready for
occupancy and will accommodate a Iarjrernum
ber of students. Apply to MISS HELEN ' E.
PELLETREATJ. President. jaS-lS
plTTSBURG FEMALE COLLEGE
Unsurpassed for health and comfort. Music,
elocution, flue arts, Enprlish literature, classics,
French. German, etc Full courses of stndy.
Largest and best equipped school for ladles.
Tv.entv-three Instructors. The next term will
begin January 29.
Send for catalogue to
REV. A- H. NORCROSS, D. D-,
' 1a8-48-Tus Pittsburg. Pa.
BUSINESS CHANGES.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION THE ALLE
GHENY Construction Company, limited,
of Pittsburg. Pa., has been dissolved by resolu
tion dnly passed. The undersigned dnly elected
liquidating trustees will close up its affairs. A.
w. Mcdonald, joseph gianini. d. a.
Mcdonald. ia22-D
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
IN the partnership heretofore existing as -N.
Heinrich & Co., has been dissolved by mutnal
consent, N. Heinrich retiring. William and
Herman Schiefelbein, the remaining partners,
to pay all debts and collect all assets, and con
tinue the business of shoe manufacturing under
firm name of Schiefelbein Bros. WILLIAM
SCHIEFELBEIN, HERMAN SCHIEFEL
BEIN, N. HEINRICH. ja29-23
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WE
have purchased of L. P. Rider his patent,
dated July 9, 1875, for improvement in casting
axle boxes and other tnbular articles, and that
all parties infringing said patent will be held
strictl v accountable. KINZER & JONES.
PrrfsBUBG. January 17, 1889.
KINZER & JONES,
FOUNDERS,
101 TO U1PENN AVE.
Seamless Axle Boxes,
Pipe Balls and
Fine Gray Iron Castings
A specialty. Jal9-77-TTS
PROPOSALS.
TO CONTRACTORS FOR
ELECTRIC LIGHTING.
Office of the
0.1
Boabd of Public Imfrovemiwts.
st. loots, Januarys,
Sealed proposals for the public work hereinafter
mentioned will be received at the office of the
Board of Public Improvements of the City of St.
Louis.Mo., until 12 m. of the 23th day of February.
1889, at which hour they will be publicly opened
and read. viz. :
For lighting with electricity for the term or ten
years from January L 1890, the streets, public
places and such public buildings as may be desig
nated in the following districts of the City of St.
Louis, Mo., viz. :
Letting No. 2,503. The district described as the
southern district In ordinance numbered It, 637, ap
proved December 29, 1883.
Deposit required, f5,000.
Letting No. 2.504. The district described as the
northern district in ordinance number 14,697, ap
proved December 29. 1SSS.
Deposit required. 15,000.
Bidders will state prices per annum at which are
lights of 2,000-candle power each, or incandescent
lights, of 30-candle power each, will be furnished,
operated and maintained, for lighting streets and
public places: also prices per annum at which arc
lights, oriOOO-canale power each, or Incandescent
lights, or 16-candle power each, will be furnished,
operated and maintained for lighting public build
ings. Everything reqnired Tor the aboveelectrle light
ing shall be furnished and maintained by the con
tractor. The contract with the city will carry the privil
ege of furnishing electricity for light and power
to private parties and corporations along the
lines of distribution.
The contract will contain stipulations by which
the City or St. Louis may acquire the entire elec
tric plant and appurtenances at the expiration of
the contract.
Bidders must submit with proposals, general
and detailed plans and specifications of the pro
posed system of distributing the electrlcltr. mode
of supporting the lights and wires, and of safety
appliances.
Proposals must be made on blank forms and In
closed In envelopes furnished by the Board of
Public Improvements. The certificate of the
Treasurer of the City of St. Louis that the sum of
(4,000 has been deposited In the treasury must be
Inclosed with the proposal.
The right to reject any or all proposals lsex
presslv reserved.
bpeciflcatlons, form or contract and plans of the
districts to be lighted, may be seen at the office of
the President of the Board of Public Improve
ments or the City or St. Louis, on and after Janu
ary 25, 1889.
Any contract let hereunder will require the ap
proval of the Municipal Assembly by ordinance.
By order of the Board.
HENKY FLAD,
President.
Attest:
EMORY S. FOSTER,
Jall-22 Secretary.
AMUSEMENTS.
THE WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA
POULTRY SOCIETY
"Will hold their
BENCH SHOW DF DDEB
AT GRAND CENTRAL RINK,
PENN AVENUE,
JANUARY 29, 30, 31 AND FEBRUARY L
In addition to the grand display of best dogs
in the United States, Professor Parker, from
New York, will give an exhibition every after
noon and evening of his Grand Dog and Cat
Circus. The finest trained dogs in the world.
ja27-17
H
ARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY-
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
FERGUSON & MACK'S
ja29 SPECIALTY COMBINATION.
HARRIS THEATER
Every Afternoon and Evening,
A COLD DAY!
A COLD DAY I
Week of January 2S Dore Davidson In "Dr.
Jekyl and Mr. Hyde." ja27-ll
B
LIOU THEATER TO-NIGHT I
J. C. STEWARTS COMEDY CO.
"THE TWO JOHNS."
Next week Minnie Palmer.
ja28-27
-RAND OPERA HOUSE
V3T Every evening. Matinees Wednesday and
Satnrday. The original and world-famous
HANLONS' NEW FANTASMA.
Week February 4 Evans & Hoey in "A
Parlor Match." ja27.12
rpOBOGGANING
TOBOGGANING
AT
RECREATION PARIC
ADMISSION 15 CENTS.
ja29-90
CASINO MUSEUM
WEEK OF JANUARY 28.
Zublins. Herlbert and Daisy: Santfords, Jen
nie and Billy; the human phenomenon, the
Minnesota Woolly Child. Admission, 10c. Open
from 10 A. Jt nntil 10 P. 3f. ja28-7
NOTICES.
Couxtt Commissioners' Office. i
Pittsburg, January 18, 1889. j
THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WILL
hold appeals on the following named dis
tricts as follows, to-wit:
Tuesday. January 2!). 8. Fayette, Ohio; Penn,
Plnm and Pine townships.
Wednesday, January 30, Ninth, Tenth and
Eleventh warrK Allegheny City.
Thursday, January 31, Seventh. Eighth,
Twelfth and Thirteenth wards, Allegheny City.
Bv order County Commissioner,
ja'19-30 P. W. SlEBERT, Clerk.
County Commissioners' Offce,
Pittsburo. January 28. 1SS9.
THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WILL
bold appeals on the following named dis
tricts as f o'lnws, to-wit:
Monday, February 4 First, Fifth and Sixth
wards, Allegheny City.
Tuesday, February 5 Third and Fourth
wards, Allegheny City; First. Second and
Third wards of Homestead borough.
Wednesday. February 6 Borough of Wil
kinsburg. Mifflin. West Deer, Scott and Mar
shall townships.
Thursday. February 7 Thirty-second, Thirty
third, Thirty-fourth, Thirty-fifth and Thirty
sixth wards of Pittsburg:
Friday, February 8 Twenty-seveotb.Twenty-ninth,
Thirtieth and Thirty-first wards of Pitts
burg. Saturday. February 9 Fifth. Twenty-fourth,
and Twenty-eighth wards of Pittsburg.
Bv order of
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
P. W. SlEBERT. Clerk. ja20-4
ERNST AXTHELM.
MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL
BELL HANGER.
Repairing a specialty.
103 THIRD AVE., near Wood st,
Telephone 85L PITTSBURG, PA.
au2e76-ws
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
TO LET.
OTTTV TTTP7F 'ti?!re0V
rooma
or
general business purposes. In the new DIS
PATCH building on Diamond street, now ro-
main nnrented.
THOSE WHO WISH
-4i..n in frtia i. with th Mini
the most
rpntral flit-
inveniences of
UAUUU JU uw BJV uw - .-,- -
fiassenger ana ireignt elevator service, ekcuk
ight and steam-beating, shnnld applv at ones
to the new DISPATCH BUILDING.
Nos. 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street.
Walter J. Osborse. Richard BakeowS.
BARROWS & OSBORNE
JOB PRINTERS,
SO Diamond street.
Telephone No. 8E!
se2-k58-TTSSri
CONSUME YOUR OWN GARBAGE TUT
stoves and ranges while using the same for
cooking; or any other purpose, by using tho
Eureka Garbage Burner. "For illustrative cir
cular, containing fall information, call on or
address
JAMES ANDERSON,
S3 East Diamond street,
e5-n57-TT3 Allegheny. Pa.
G
A.BALPH,
BUILDING CONTRACTOR,
41 Seventh avenue.
Pittsburg. Pa.
Telephone 134L se5-n60-TT3
-
aEO. H. BARBOUR,
CIVIL ENGINEER,
Surveyor, Draughtsman and Deslgnerot
Bridges Roofs and Mill Buildings,
Room 62 Eisner Building:
rlel2-k66-D M FIFTH AVENUE. Pittsburg.
AUCTION SALES.
AT AUCTION-FURNITURE. CARPETS,
Household goods, eta, etc, at the resi
dence of Dr. J. S. Dodge, corner of Whitfield
and Kirkwood streets Pittsburg, East End,
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 30,
at 10 o'clock, prompt, household furnish
ments, embracing easy chairs, lounges, tables,
pictures, chamber furniture, dressing bu
reaus, wardrobes, washstand3, bedsteads,
spring mattresses and bedding, dining-room,
delf and glassware; kitchen and laundry
lurnisbments; fine body bmssels, and other
carpets, on rooms, halls and stairs. Sale posi
tive: terms cash. House open after 8 o'clock
morning of sale. Take Penn Avenne Traction
cars to Whitfleld street.
HENRY AUCTION CO., LIM..
ja27-70 Auctioneers.
THREE OAK CHAMBER SUITS. TWO
natural cherry and 3 walnut suits. 9 suits)
parlor furniture, easy chairs, couches, lounges,
rockers, in plush, brocatelle. silk and haircloth:
wardrobes, dressers, bedsteads, cots, springs,
mattresses, folding beds, coeval glass, pier
mirror, pictures, clocks, rugs, brussels and in
grain carpets, marble and wood center tables,
washstands, cabinets, square piano, upright
piano, decorated ware, dishes, notions, wraps,
tinware and glassware, sideboards, silverware,
hall racks, secretaries, chairs, desks, bookcases,
linoleum, harness, lamps, fancy goods, curtains,
cooking utensils, stoves, at auction at the auc
tion rooms, So. 312 Market street, TUESDAY
MORNING, Jannarv 29. at 10 prompt
HENRY AUCTION CO.. LIM.
ja27-69 Auctioneers.
GREAT AUCTION SALE
OF 465 HEAD OF HORSES AND
MULES, BY THE
Citizens' Traction Company,
OS
TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1889.
At 10 o'clock A. sr. Sale to take place at Citi
zens' Car Stables corner Forty-seventh
and Butler streets.
The above sale will consist of the following
articles: 1S7 head of geldings, 153 head of.
mares, 123 head of mules, 330 sets of harness, a
large lot of blankets and other stable equip
ments. All the above articles will be sold to
the highest bidder. Anyone in need of the)
above articles will find it to their advantage to
attend the sale. No postponement on acconnt
of the weather.
JaSO-31 J. A. McKELVY. Auctioneer;
ADJOURNED
AUCTION SALE.
THURSDAY, January 31, 18S9, at 10
o'clock A. if., on the premises,
NO. 563 FIFTH AVE..
H TOUT BRICK BWBHHIi, .
8 rooms and finished attlcnat. and art.
gas, etc. Lot 20x100 feet, with privi
lege of buying 200 feet additional.
Terms S50O cash, balance long time.
Samuel W. Black & Co.,'
99 Fourth Ave.
Ja293
A UCTION! AUCTION!
Valuable business property, on Butler street,
Eighteenth ward, on
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1b89, 3 f. jr. J
Owing to the owner leaving the city to en
gage in other business, he will offer his two
valuable properties at auction, to be sold to
highest bidder, described as follows:
Nos. 5137 and 5139 Butler street, lot 40x100,
with large two-story frame building covering
the fall width of lot, used as dwelling, black
smith and carriage shop. The dwelling Is on
second floor, containing 8 rooms, with hall en
trance, paint shop and stable in rear. City
water, both gases. Possession April L Will
sell stock of wagons,carriages and blacksmiths'
tools oi an Kinds at private sale.
- Also just opposite above described property,
Nos. 5132 and 5134 Butler street, lot 40x110; with)
a good frame business honse and dwelling, con
taining five rooms. Good stable in rear.
Possession can be given at once.
The above described properties are located
in the best business square in the Eighteenth
ward, and are suited for any kind of business.
Sale positive. No reserve or postponement.
Terms made known on day of sale. Full par
ticulars of
-THOS. MCCAFFREY,
3300 Butler street.
Notary Public. Real Estate and Insurance Agt
Or FRED RILEY, on the premises.
ja23-2S B. Y. BOYCE, Anctioneer.
OFFI CIAL-PITTSB DRG.
TAXPAYERS' HOTICE.
Office of the Board of Assessors, )
Pittsburo, PA., January 25, 1889.
Valuations upon property in the Fourteenth,
and Twentieth wards have been completed for
the triennial assessment of 1SS9. Appeals may
be made from 28th to 30th inclusive upon,
forms furnished with transcripts, which can
he had at once upon personal application, or
by letter or postal card. All orders for tran.
scripts now on file will be mailed at earliest
possible moment. All appeals must be pro
bated at this office.
Office hours from 9 A. M. till 4 P. X.
Attention is called to Section 23 of the new
charter, which provides that '"The Board ot
Assessors shall assess all property taxable for
city purposes'at its actual cash value: provided,
that no property shall be assessed for a less
amonnt than the price paid for at the last re
corded lale."
By order of Board.
FRANK P. CASE, )
PHILIP HOEKR. Assessors.
JAMESJ.LARKIN. Ja26-59-P
RESORTS.
HOT SPEINGS, N. O.
MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL
Firsi-class in every particular. Steam' Heif,
Open Fires. Porches inclosed in glass. Superb
Location. Ideal Climate for the debilitated.
Baihs in Marble Pools, Finest in Amerioaj
Waters unexcelledanywhere in curative power
or luxury. G. K. LAPSING,
(Late of Astor House, N. Y.) Manager.
jal5-5S-D
OLD POINT COMFORT,
VIRGINIA..
HYGEIA HOTEL.
100 yards from FortMonroe; open all the year,
accommodates 1.000 guests; admirable location;
delightful climate; thrilling historic surround
ings. Turkish, Russian, Roman. Electric and
HOT SEA baths, the latter especially beneficial
in rheumatic tronbles. Music by the famous
Artillery School Band. Glass-inclosed verandas.
Average temperature for winter43. Absolutely
free from malaria. All things considered, the
most comforatable and delightful resort at
which to spend thewinter months in the United
States. Send for descnptivepamphlet.
no27-y40-TnFSn F. N. PIKE. Manager.
Our SPECIALTY
RENT COLLECTENG.
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