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THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, MONDAY, EBRTXAPvYj 25, 1889.
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"'Its Management and Its Policy Must
Lie in the Hands of a Board
I OF TOUKG MEN AND YOUNG WOMEN.
slSe Old Life Members JIusf Lapse and Sew
" f i Toters Must Come In.
FORECAST OF GEEAT COMING EVENTS
'A little fact, and at the same time a most
important one, seems to have somehow es
caped the eyes, or rather thoughts, of the
legion of friends of the coming Exposition.
The fact may be called "a little one, be
cause it does not exactly concern the pres
ent; but it is a most vitally important one,
because it concerns the future, and it is
toward the grand future possibilities, nay
probabilities, Of the splendid coming Expo
sition, that the people of the two cities are
gradually learning to turn their thoughts.
'The fact that has called forth so much in
troduction with so little explanation is
simply this: The future sale of life mem
berships, the future voters of the institution,
the future officers of the board and the
future wielders of the -policy of that superb
public educator, an Exposition, must be to
the young .men, for the young men and of
the young men of the present day.
Then it would be a pity that such a great
institution should lie wholly in the power
of the men, when the women are as greatly,
if not even more, interested, since schemes
for their advancement in public affairs are
becoming more and more popular, as their
tind and wise influence become more and
more felt in various ways. For this reason,
and for several other reasons that may not
be perfectly understood at the present day,
but most certainly will
IN THE FUTUEE,
life memberships should, and probably
will, be largely purchased by the young la
dies in the two cities; and for every mem
bership so purchased, the assurance may be
accepted, that one vote for a wise, a broad,
a progressive, and a high policy for the Ex
position managers, will be cast in the mak
ings of the future boards.
The present board has recognized the fact
that the day is coming when the young man
and the young woman of the present dav
will control an institution that presents il
limitable opportunities for the culture, the
"advancement and the actual molding of
the breadth of character of future genera
tions. Recognizing this, there is not a member
of the present board who has not taken one,
two, or even three life memberships (and
as many votes) for their sons or daughters,
providing those gentle reminders of married
life and of growing age are on hands.
Then, while not acknowledging by any
means that they are growing old, and
'hoping and expecting to live for many
years to see the results of their public spirit
and enterprise succeed, even beyond their
expectations, the present members of the
Board will, probably before they are
through, double and even treble the life
memberships in their families.
The young men of the cities are learning
to think, and beginning to see that the
future ot the Exposition lies entirely in the
bands of the present generation of young
men and women, for
THE TIME MUST COME
when the very last membership, as held by
their lathers, must expire with the death of
the holder, and it is wisest and best for all
that they and their sitters should some day
hold the balance oi power.
The reason can easily.be seen. The pres
ent board is perhaps, building wiser than it
knows, JEven though it is looking forward
far into the future, its members cannot see
the end, for the day will come when new in
stitutions, new thoughts,-new facts and new
necessities, -will be tar, far in advance of
their bewildered nineteenth century crasp,
and they must relinquish, lovingly, tender
lv, yet with confidence, an institution that
has tar outgrown them into the hands of the
molders, the makers of the events and the
history of the twentieth century.
Schemes that are now undreamedof will
then be realized. The whirling advance of
time, the infinite progress of thought, of
science, of mechanism, and greatest of all,
education, the pivot around which
revolves all of these, will be too
much for the kindly, good old men,
and they will relinquish their tired
grasp of an institution that has become
uncontrollable, and turn it over to the com
ing generation with a cheerful "We have
done our best, - boys; God bless you."
When that day comes, all glory and honor
will be to th"e Exposition Board that has
passed; all glory and honor to the Exposi
tion Board that has come. "The king is
dead; long live the king!"
A SILTIE TEA SET
Presented to the Foreman of the Westing
house Electric Work.
Mr. P. Nassau, the foreman of the ma
chine department in the "Westinghouse
Electric "Works, received a very pleasant
testimonial of the regard in which he is
.held by his employes in the company, in
the shape of a very magnificent silver tea
It was 12 o'clock on Saturday when Mr.
Nolan, the assistant foreman, in the name
of the men, requested Mr. Nassau's atten
tion for a few moments, and stated:
"On the eve of your departure from our
midst, Mr. Nassau, the boys have bought
this tea service as a present for you, and we
hope that, while you are away from us, you
will not entirely forget that you have still a
large number of friends here."
Mr. Nassau, in spite of his astonishment,
made a very neat and appropriate reply.
The late foreman left last night for New
York City, where he will take charge of the
new factory purchased by Mr. Westing
house. AS A NERVE TONIC
Use Horsford's Acid Phosphate.
Dr. S. L. Williams, Clarence. Iowa, says: "I
save useditto grand effect In a case or neu
ralgic fever, and In uterine difficulties. Also,
In cases where a general tonic was needed.
For a nerve tonic I think it is the best I have
ever used, and can recommend it most confi
dently." Raid Or Shine, Don't Delay
Bringing the children to Aufrecht's "Elite"
gallery, 616 Market st, Pittsbnrg, for the
finest crayons, pastels, large groups, cabi
net photos "hind fine frames, all at lowest
possible jrices. Use elevator. Come early.
Wash Goods Department.
All the choice novelties in Anderson and
American zephyrs, Etoile du nord, etc
siwrsu Hugus & Hacke.
Largest line hand printed goods in the
John S. Kobeexs.
414 Wood st
JAU-Wool Country Blankets S3 50 and
Itf $5 00 a Fair.
JSolid weight i and 6 pounds not a
great many; come at once for them.
JOS. HOBNE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
jT Dress Goods Department.
; . fpUin, plaid and striped novelties at 50e
per yard. Entirely new effects. '
)Mwrsu Hugus & Hacke.
"Largest line of low priced goods in the
two cities. John S. Kobebts,
4d . -' 414 Wood st.
4ScB0Uia. cured free of charge at 1102
IN THE MIDST OP SINS.
Central Station Cariosities Fay the Penalty
for So-Called Fan A Text From Which
Justice Grlpp Taught.
"They have done those things they should
not have done, and behold they are not
Justice Gripp looked most sedately se
vere as the above was given out for the text
for the Sabbath morning hearings at Cen
tral. The first member on the programme, 6.
W. Horton, failed to materialize. He had
deposited $5 as a guarantee of good faith,
and as his fine would have been $4 40 for
being drunk, he wisely reasoned that 60
cents was awfully cheap, compared to facing'
the headlight glare of outraged Justice.
T. Griffin had also tried to ward off the
chilly influence of the cold wave by taking
liberal doses of whisky as a counter irritant
The cure was worse than the disease; but
$4 40 patched up the wide breach between
Thomas Griffin drunk and Thomas Griffin
sober. . . .
James Connors was charged with being
a suspicious person. The act that aroused
suspicion in the slow-thinking copper's
mind was seeing the gentleman walk off
with a whole bundle of brooms from a Dia
mond street store. His plea that he in
tended presenting them to General Harrison
in order to help clean out the present adi
ministration, sort of staggered the good Re
publican conrt; but law ignores partylines,
and Connors will have an opportunity to
repeat his fairy tale.
John L- Sullivan was the formidable
name given by a meek and mild-eyed man
who pleaded guilty to following in the
crooked steps of the original John without
the incidental wife beating. He was let
down so easily that he never realized he had
touched the ground until they jarred him
outside the door.
William Desmond hailed from the city of
churches, reigned on Penn avenue for a
while, and was finally snowed under by an
officer who saw him begging. He had a
hard story to tell, and Gripp had learned,
long ago, that misfortune is no crime.
James Eeily owned Carr's saloon for a
while Saturday night, and attracted an ad
miring populace. He became stuck on
himself in thehandsome mirror, and squared
off and countered and declared he "hungered
for a fight When the big police on the
beat loomed ur before him nobody could
coax him to fight "Thirty days in the
workhouse or 13 40," said the Court, and
Reily slunk back through the grating with
his head away over one shoulder.
Samuel Summervilie was drunk, and said
so. The costs were Si 40 or five days to
jail, and he thought a five days' loaf could
not earn 4 40 any other way, and went. He
forgot that when he gesout this busy world
will be just five days ahead of him, while
he will be five days "nearer death.
Thomas Davis was feeling too good for
anything on Washington street He
whooped and he roared, and he yelled and
he bellowed, and he must hustle around
among his friends, if there are any left, to
raise $8 40 by 11 sharp to-day, or the Black
Maria will see he doesn't miss connections
for the workhouse.
TO BE GENEROUSLY OPENED.
A Private and n Public Reception Will be
Given by the Tariff Club.
At a meeting of the Board of Directors of
the Young Mens' Republican Tariff Club,
Saturday, a committee was appointed to
perfect arrangements for the opening of the
new club house, No. Gl Sixth avenue.
Two receptions will be given, one to mem
bers and their friends on the evening of
April 20, and another to the public on the
following evening. Admission tickets and
invitations will be required for the first re
ception, and it is expected that Governor
Bearer, John Dalzell, Congressman Bay
and other notables will be present, they hav
ing signified their desire to attend.
A COMING CONFLICT.
Tbo Contest Which Will Some Day Emtio
Between Capital and Labor.
Eev. W. N. Webbe, rector of the St
John's Episcopal Church, corner of Forty
seventh and Penn avenue, preached last
evening on the subject of "The Conflict Be
tween Capital and Labor." In his address
he laid down what was the duty of the rich
toward the poor. In his opinion, the gap
between the two classes h constantly in
creasing, and a terrible conflict will some
day ensue between the two classes if closer
relations cannot be brought about.
Removal nnd Clearance Sale.
Guns, revolvers and sporting goods. We
remove April 1 to 706 Smithfield, near
Liberty, and meantime offer unusual bar
gains. Large lot of guns of all kinds.
Tarcet guns, repaired guns, repaired re
volvers, swords, sabers, fencing foils, tents,
cots and stools, canvas boots, knives, razors,
ball traps, hunting coats, hunting vests. tele
scopes, spy glasses, compasses, army relics,
flintmnskets, fiintpistols, boxing gloves, In
dian clubs, dumb bells, quoits, dog biscuit,
dog collarsjdog medicines, muskets, carbines,
cannon, seines, nets, seine twine, gill nets,
new guns, old guns, air guns, flobert
rifles, skates, scissors at cost, powder flasks,
shot belts, caps, wads, shot, shell, primers,
shell belts, game bags, gun cases, loading
tools, fish hooks, fish lines, rods, reels, min
nows, fish baskets, game traps and a large
lot of other goods at reduced prices. Come
and see us. Write for a catalogue. Open
Saturday evening till 10.
J. H Johnston,
Great Western Gun Works, 621 Smithfield
Half Fare to Washington.
Eor the benefit of all who desire to visit
Washington at the time of the inauguration
of President-elect Harrison, the B. & O. B.
B. Co. will sell excursion tickets to Wash
ington and Baltimore at rate of one fare for
the round trip from all points on its lines.
The tickets will be on sale February 25 to
Monday, March 4, inclusive, and will be
valid for return passage until March 7, in
clusive. Please note that excursion tickets,
via B. & O. will be good to Baltimore as
well as to Washington, stop-over privileges
being granted at the latter point in either
or both directions, within the time limit of
the ticket They will also be accepted for
passage on all trains, including the "Vesti
bule Limited Express," without extra tare.
Excursion tickets from Washington to Bal
timore, at rate of $1 20 for the round trip,
will be on sale at all B. & O. ticket offices
in Washington, February 26 to March 4,
good until March 7.
KEW CAUPET ROOMS,
643 and 644 Liberty Street.
We are now prepared to show carpet buy
ers a most superb stock ot carpeting from
the best mills in the country; all of most
artistic coloring and designs, carefully se
lected bv our buyer, who has been with the
oldest carpet house of our city during the
past ten years.and, .therefore, has a thorough
knowledge of the wants of our people.
D Liberty street, cor. Sixth avenue.
We are now taking orders for present and
future delivery at the lowest possible
margin for our new designs in household
furniture. Heney Beegeb,
D JLiberty street, cor. Sixth ave.
Another Lot Tho Great $1 Bed Spreads,
Extra size and quality, regular SI 25 goods.
Jos. Hobke & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Olick Goods Department.
Elegant novelties in spring and summer
fabrics, etamines, grenadines, hernanni,
serges, etc, just opened this week.
mwfsu Hugus & Hacke.
Scientific and electric massage applied by
L Hunk, 806 Penn avenue. mwp
A WINTER THAT WAS.
Corneel Vanderbiltfs Old Canal Asso
ciate Tells of 1842-3,
WHEN THE EIVER BOTTOM FROZE,
Though There Was No Ice Prom November
27 to February 22.
WASHINGTON'S BIETHDAI TO THINK OP
There isn't so much talk about "open
winters" as there jvas, down to the latter
part of last week. Not that there is less
openness now than there was (for the zero
period has brought little ice and no snow);
but the fact is that people are really satis
fied to call it seasonable weather, and have
no disposition to find fault with the time as
being out of joint, when the mercury gets
down to its cipher in February. However,
the memory is surely of sufficient elasticity
to embrace that not very remote period when
every mouth and every newspaper were full
of comparisons that failed to show up an
other winter so very, very open as this one
Speaking of open winters, a little chat
with good old Captain William Siebert, of
this city, which a reporter enjoyed a few
days .since, will be found quite apropos.
Venerable Captain Siebert had arisen,
wiped off his spectacles and looked back to
the winter of 1842-3 to see if he couldn't.
find in it plenty of good hard facts with
which to correct the recently recorded state
ment that there was no Ice whatever, but
people picked flowers and berries in that
"My memory, reinforced by my records,
is very .accurate," said Mr. Siebert, "not
only with regard to the winter of '42-3, buj
as to the exact character of the weather we
had in many of those early seasons, when I
A PITTSBUBG BOATMAN,
at times on the river and the old canal
respectively. That winter found me on the
old packet Pittsburg, and surely we cannot
correctly speak of it as having been a
winter without ice, in view of these facts:
On the morning of November 6, 1842, 1 got
out of my berth aboard the Pittsburg to find
six inches of ice on the surface of the old
canal. Then, I distinctly recollect and
the records I have kept are ample to fortify
my memory that on the 18th of the same
autumn month the river froze over, and re
mained in that condition until the 27th.
Then there were snow and rainstorms
plenty of them to break things up.
"So ycu see. down to the beginning of
the first actual winter month (December),
we had been blessed with enough winter to
satisfy the most fastidious of frigid tastes
and not a very open winter at that But
oh! what weather followed! Through De
cember and January, right up snug to the
opening of February, we had warm snows
and rains enough to have opened any winter.
Then it remained very warm, until Febru
ary 22 (Washington's Birthday),when, as I
well remember, the old Washingtonian
temperance people had planned to have a
great turnout But alas! it snowed at 8 in
the morning; soon developed into a blizzard
(though we only called t -a storm" in those
days), and, by 3 o'clock in the afternoon,
HAD GONE BELOW ZBBO.
"I'm not guessing at all this, either, for I
froze one of my legs, and had very good
reason to recollect the occasion.
""Well, you see, this was about the only
ice we had been blessed with that winter
between November 27 and February 22.
But it teas ice; and I can tell you it stayed,
too. I became steward of the old St.
Charles Hotel, and I "know how many in
conveniences we suffered from 'the 'frigid
spell that followed Washington's Birthday
in '43. The ice remained solid until April
10, 'Solid' is a good word to use in this
connection, for Jhe Allegheny river was
frozen clear to the bottom, as you may well
appreciate when I tell you that on the 12th,
when the river broke up, there were great
chunks of ice and gravel six and eight feet
thick thrown up into one of the most dis
turbed streams I ever saw.
"No, no ! It wouldn't do to say that the
winter of '42-3 was such an altogether
'open' season, for it wasn't; or that the
farmers plowed through January, for they
didn't There was too much rain and too
much snow for that.
"I have abundant data to show the ac
curacy of my memory with regard to that
winter. And I might add, by the way, that
was the last year in which Corneel Vander
bilt ran his boat on the old canal here. By
'Corneel' I don't mean the present young
Cornelius, nor the old Commodore, but the
old man's son, Cornelius, a brother of
William H., both of whom are now dead."
F0UE SAD ITEMS.
Sadden Deaths Thnt Furnish Employment
tor the Coroner.
Patrick Murther, aged 31 years, died at
his boarding house, No. 83 Tustin street,
about 6 o'clock yesterday morning, from
hemorrhage of the lnngs. The deceased
was employed at Moorhead & McCleane's
mill. He came from Alabama about a
month ago. The Coroner will hold an in
quest this morning.
J. B. Murphy, aged 25, a switchman on
the Pennsylvania Railroad at Thirty-third
street, was killed yesterday morning by a
yard shifter. The remains were taken to
Sampson's undertaking rooms, and will be
taken to the home of his parents, at Belle
fonte, this afternoon. The Coroner will
hold an inquest this morning.
John Irvin, a resident of McKeesport,
was found dead on the Baltimore and Ohio
tracks a short distance from the McKees
port depot at 2 o'clock yesterday morning.
There was a hole'in the. back ot his head,
and he had evidently been struck by a
train. The deceased was employed on the
road, and lived at 403 Sheridan street, Mc
Keesport The remains of the tramp who was killed
on the Pittsburg, Chartiers and Yough
iogheny Bailroad on Friday are still lying
at the morgue unidentified. The only thing
upon the body that might lead to identifica
tion was a bricklayers', union emblem, in
scribed "A. A. B.'T
Mr dear girl! How pretty you look!
So can you. Ask for the "Belle" Jane
Hading veiling by the yard, 65 cents up
ward, at all drygoods stores. m
Bargain In All Winter Garments In Cloak
510 00 and $14 00 garments at $5 00525 00
to $12 50, $33 00 to $19 00 a big drop to
close them out at once.
Jos. Hobke & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
New line spring jackets, all styles, colors
and size, from $5 upward.
mwfsu Hugus & Hacke.
Tuna On. Compact, 67 Fourth avenue, i
PITTSBUBG. February 23, 1889. (
rpHE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OK THE
JL Tuna Oil Company bavo this dav declared
an extra dividend of TEN (10) PER CENT,
payable on and after the 27th inst at the office
ot the company. No. B7 Fourth avenue.
GEO. W. COCHRAN,
BY GEO. K. STEVENSON & CO.,
GROCERIES AND TABLE DELICACIES,
SIXTH AVENUE. jaB-68-srw'
UNCAN C. WHITE,
71 Diamond street
Second door above Smithfield, ,
.83-Display advertisements one dollar per
square for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, etc, ten cents per Une for each inser
tion, and none taken for less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning-:
Advertisements are.to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with THE D15-
THOMAS McCAFFBKY, S&9 Butler street.
EMIL G. STUCKEY, I4th street and Penn ave.
E. G . bTOCKEY 4 CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton st
N. STOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
3. TV. "WALLACE, MSI Penn avenue
MCALLISTEB & SHElBLEK,5thaY. AtW00d St
JACOB SPOHN, No. 2 Carson street.
CHAS. SCHWABM, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAEBCHEK, 53 Federal street
It.'J. McBRIDE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FEED H. EGGEHS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGE113 & SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PEKRY M. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
T7ANTED-A GOOD CUTTER AND TAILOK.
YY Address CUTTER. Dispatch office.
YTTANTED A BARBER. MUST BE A
VV steady man. Applj to WM. MYERS. 4,606
Liberty avenue. fe25-4
-TTTANTED-FIEST-CLASS STEEL MOLDERS
VV by CHICAGO CRUCIBLE STEEL CAST
ING COMPANY, 150 Lake street, Chicago, Steady
WANTED-THBEE STRICTLY TEMPERA1E
non-union, green sand molders, steadr
work and good wages. Address I. P. BRIGGS,
S34 Kennardst,, Cleveland, O. fe24-l30
WANTED CANDY MAKER; STEADY
work to a good roanufacturer.of plain, mix,
stick and counter goods; reference required. Ad
dress MIMM & BE1TER, Oil City, Pa. fe25-18
-TTTANTED -YOUNG, ENERGETIC MANA
VV GER by a large New Yortf house; salary
I1.8D0 and oJSce expenses must have 11,500: refer
ences. BUSINESS, Box 12, Station D, N. Y.
THTA1,TED-A FKW MORE ROD KIPPERS
VV and wire drawers at wire mill, Rankin
station, Pa., on B. & O. and P., McK. & Y. It.
It. outside city limits. Apply to SUTEKIX
-TTT-AI.TED-AGENTS IN THIS CITY AND
V outside towns to sell Dr. O'Keefe's pills and
hitters; steady work; can make 12 to Sis per week.
DR. O'KEEFEA CO., Homeopathic Chemists, U
Fifth ave., Pittsburg, Pa. fe24-I05
WANTED-A MIDDLE-AGED MAN, LOCA
TED outside large cities, to represent. In
his locality, a responsible house; monthly salary
SO to J100 at start, references. SUPT. MFG.
OUSEi Lock box 1610, N. Y. oc7-4S-M
WANTED-YOUlG MAN FROM 18 TO 18
vears of ace to keen books, correspond.
collect rents, etc.. lor real estate office; one having
experience, can talk German and operate type
writer preferred. Call Monday at 8 a. M. THUS.
MCCAFFREY. 3509 Butler st. fe24-107
-TTfANTED-YOUNG MAN WITH KNOWL-
V V EDGE of bookkeeping as partner In an es
tablished and crowing business; present owner
desirous of adding additional line of goods to bus
iness; best of references given and required; capl
tel desired from (4,000 to 8,000. Adress M. G. &
T.. Dispatch office. fc22-S
-T1TANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
VV housework, also nurse girl; good wages;
must have reference. Apply at 17 ANDERSON
ST., Allegheny. fe25-22
TITAN TED-TWO YOUNG WOMEN OF GOOD
IT sddress; those who have-had experience la
canvassing preferred; something new; light and
easy to sell. Call after 10 o'clock, 547 LIBERTY
ST., Room No. 3. fe24-7
DIalo nnd Female Help.
TTTANTED-LIVK MEN AND WOMEN TO
V engage In an easy, paying business at
home: can work daytime or evening and make 50c
to f2 per hour; sure thing: sample and complete
Instructions sent free. Address WORLD SUP
PLY CO., Rutland, Vt. feI5-l
WANTED-AT ONCB-COL. BOY, FARM
hands, nursery governess, cooks, house
and chamber maids, dining room and kitchen
gins, storeroom gin; experienced nurse girl
l..UA..n a JUJL'l.UXJUiUiXX AUIiUI,
WANTED-AGENTS ON SALARY; 175 PER
month and expenses paid any active man
or woman to sell our goods by sample and live at
home; salary paid promptly and expenses In ad
vance; full particulars and sample case free; we
mean just what we say. Address Sl'ANDARD
SILVERWARE CO., Boston. Mass. fel8-S-D
WANTED SITUATION IN WHOLESALE
drygoods house by young man of experience;
references given. Address C. B., Dispatch office.
WANTED-SITUATION AS DRIVER FOR
laundry wagon, or work of any kind about
a store; best of references. Address H. D. M ,
Dispatch office. fc25-3
-TTTANrED-SITUATION-BY A MARRIED
VV man and son, experienced In grocery bus
iness; could take charge of store; would take In
terest In business as part salary. Address, for two
days, T, Central Hotel, city. fe24-15-
-TJffANTED-A PLACE AS NIGHT WATCH
V MAN or Janitor In some large house; Is
steady and honest and can can brinz reference;
also understand tending to gas or steam pipes.
Address H. N.. McKeesport Pa. fe24-73
-m-ANTED-A PARTNER WITH tiOOO TO
h W take a one-third Interest In a metal manu
facturing business in tnecity now in successful
running order; this we believe to be a very good
opening; the business Is susceptible of large ex
tension; the new partner would be expected to
take charge of the office department. Particulars
In confidence from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129
Fourth avenue. fe22-45-D
WANTED-IN A SUCCESSFUL MAN UFACT
UKING firm in the city a competent busi
ness man to purchase a l-5th interest and take the
management of one of the departments; amount
of capital required 15,000: the business is well es
tablished and highly prosperous; presentment bers
o.'tbe firm are well known to ns and are worthy of
implicit confidence In every respect and are
strong financially; all communications and con
ferences will be treated confidentially. JAS. W.
DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
WANTED-BOARDING FOR SMALL FAM
ILY In East End. where there are large
grounds; will pav liberally for suitable accom
modations: must be near railroad and cable cars.
Address X. Y. Z., Dispatch office. fe25-9
-VTTANTED-TO KENT NEWLY FURNISHED
V V hall for lodge purposes, complete In all de
tails, with electric lights and steam heat; one to
five years' lease; over Third National Bank. cor.
Wood and Virgin alley. Inquire COMMIT1EE.
910 Penn ave. fe23-84
-TITANTED RENTS TO COLLECT; MONTH-
VV LY settlement with Itemized statement,
BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth avenue. a2S-a29-D
In sums to suit, at 4K, 5 and 8 per cent.
GRAEBIN G & LYON, 135 Fourth ave. ap6-el-p
-TTTANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
VV ERTY. over KOJ0; 4 ner cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER 4 CO., BFourth avenue.
-TXTANTED-RENTS COLLECTED PEOMPT-
VV LY; property managed with satisfaction.
ALLES 4 BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
WANTED-MOETGAGES-SUMS FROM 1500
to 8500,000 to loan at4& 5 and G per cent.
JAS. W. DRAPE 4 Co., 129 Fourth avenue, Pitts
-TTJ ANTED- MORTGAGES IN " ANY
VV amounts: 4" tot! per cent; city and countrv:
no delay. SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO., 39
-TTTANTED-MORTGAGES ON PITTSBURG,
V V A llegueny or suburban Improved real estate
In large or small amounts at lowest rates. ALEX
ANDER 4 LEE, 313 Wood t. fe23-8S-MWS
-TTJANTED-IO LOAN 8500,00a IN AMOUNTS
VV of J3, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4)4 per cent, free oftax; also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK i, BAIRD,
95 Fourth avenue. sc21-d26-D
WANTED-TO LOAN fMO,000 ON MORT
GAGES; 100 and upward at 6 per cent
(500, 000 at 4K per cent on residences or business
property; also In adjoining counties. S. H.
FRENCH, 125 Fourth avenue. oc31-cS4-D
TTJANTED-MOKTGAGES-ll, 000, 000TO LOAN
V V on city and suburban properties 4K, Sand
6 per cent and on larms In Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 6 per cent; no money loaned out
of Pennsylvania. I. M. PENNOCK 4 bON, 105
Fourth avenue. - ap7-f41
-TTTA.N1ED-PUPILS TO LEAKN TO MAKE
VV crayons at 50c a leson. Inquire for partic
ulars or L. D. BEST, Artist, at Elite Gallery, 518
Market St., Pitts. Choose your own subject.
-VTTANTED - BUYERS FOR GOLD AND
VV silver watches, chains, clocks, diamonds,
silverware, etc., at fl per week; Rogers' knlvei
and forks (1 75 per set for cash. JOHN MITSCH,
1W Federal et, Allegheny, - 'Tel7-18-MTffiu
WANTEO-EVERYBODY TO KNOW THAT
H. Terheyden has laid In a large stock of
American watches, gold and silver, that he can
ell as low as the lowest; remember the place.
HENRY TERHEYDEN, S30 Hmlthfleld St.
ANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER, 98 Fifth avenne, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he Is making fine cabinets at 1 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: instan
taneous orocess. mhl3-k27
TTTANTED TO LEASE THE WARM SPRINGS
VV HOTEL and grounds: established In 1775; the
oldest, most historic and romantic summer resort
In the state of Pennsylanla; located five miles
from Huntingdon station, on the main Hue of the
Pennsvlvaiila Railroad. Apply to M. McNEIL 4
CO , Huntingdon, Pa. f24-ll-MWT
FOR SALE-IillPKOVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR 8ALE-2,50U-TWO 2-STOKY FRAME
, houses and stable: Gangwlsch st. : a bargain.
M . W. MoN EIL 4 BRO., 163 Fourth avenue.
FOR 8 ALE-H, 500-2-STORY BRICK HOUSE,
7 rooms: all conveniences; DevUllers St.; easy
term s. y. W. MON EIL 4 BRO., 163 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-NO. 15 SECOND AVENUE, A
very desirable brick bouse, 11 rooms, late Im
provements, In first-class condition. W. A.
HEBRON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-6-ROOMED BRICK DWELLING,
finished attic, good cellar, on Granville
street, near Eleventh ward acboolhouse: lot Sox
110; price 13,200; very cheap. GEO. SCHMIDT,
158 Fourth ave. fel5-4S-irwr
EOR SALE-J3.800-LOMBARD STREET. 7
roomed brick dwelling, with hall, vestibule,
sliding doors between parlor and dining room,
range, bath, slate mantels, etc.; lot 22xl, with
frontyard. GEO. SCHMIDT, 158 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-H250-MT. WASHINGTON, 2
minutes from Incline. 2-stpry frame of (
rooms, hall, shutters, front and rear porches,
good cellar, house newly papered, fine view of
city: lot 29x82. BLACK k BAIRD. 95 Fonrth ave.
fe7-W0-7, 9, U. 13, 15, 19, 21,23, 25, 27,
FOR SALE-BLUFF STREET, NEAR COL
LEGE, new brick bouse 8 rooms, hall, bath
room. Inside w. c, finished basement; complete
house, all late Improvements: lot 23 feet 9 Inches
by 133 feet. ROBERT COWARD. No. 20 Btuff
FOR SALK-ON SUCH EA.BY TERMS THAT
tbe rent will almost pay for same; brick house,
8 rooms, in good order, late Improvements, No.
1320 Sycamore St.; price 82,400; renting for CO per
rao. For particulars see W. A. HEBRON 4
SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. feI7-74-MWT
a good brick dwelling of 8 rooms, with bath,
w. c, hall and drv cellar, and nice lot; side en
trance, etc, near Wylle and Center avenues: 10
minutes from Court House; will sell on easy pay
ments; $350 to 5W) down and balance monthly or
quarterly. JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO., 1S9 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. feJ3-n-D
East End Residences.
FOR SALE 2.200 CASH WILL BUYANEW
frame dwelling of 6 rooms in Eighteenth
ward; 3 minutes' walk to Butler street cable Hue;
must act quickly on this. FRAN K P. HO WLEY,
3319 Butler t. fe24-72
FOR 3ALE-A TWO-STORY BRICK DWELL.
ING house, with Mansard, on South Hlland
ave.; 12 rooms and all conveniences: good sewer
age. For terms apply to D. E. BAYARD, cor.
Shady lane and Walnut st. fe21-53
FOR SALE-?3,800-A NEW BRICK DWELL
ING, press brick front of 8 rooms and kitch
en; lot 20x110; on paved street; 3 minutes' walk
from Butler st. cablo line; a bargain, FRANK
P. HOWLEY, 3319 Butler st. fe24-72
IOR S ALE-A LARGE VARIETY OF DWELL
INGS In Exst End. ranplnff from SLSOOtO
813,000; now Is your time to call and make a choice
of your homes beforo renting. W. 8. PATTER
SON, KM Station St., E. E. ttU-TZ
rORSALE-2,400-A NEW FRAME DWELL
ING of 5 rooms and finished attic: lot 20x110
to an alley: on paved street; 1150 cash, balance on
monthly payments; close to Butler st. cable line.
FRANK P. HOWLEY, 3819 Butler St. fe24-72
FOR SALE-3.800, ON HAYS STREET, ONE
square from North Hlland avenue a beauti
ful 7-roomed residence; lot 38&C100; all newly
papered; porches and cement cellar: a good bar
gain; come and examine. MELLON BROS., 6349
Station st., E. Liberty. fc23-M.jrwp
FOR SALE-DESIRABLE HOUSE, BEN VE
NUE PLACE, P. B, H new Queen Anne
dwelling of 8 rooms, reception hall, bath. w. e ,
porches, laundry: all conveniences; large lot, 50x
120. wltb forest trees, etc: price reasonable; terms
to suit BLACK 4 BA1ED, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-A NEAT 6-ROOM HOUSE, WITH
good lot. In the East End; natural gas, mar
ble mantels, porches, hall and cellar good well
water; price only 83.100: 1500 down, balance In
monthly payments; Immediate possession. JAS.
W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pittsbnrg.
FOR S ALE-JS, 500-N EAR STEAM AND CABLE
cars; location good, between Shadysldeand
East Liberty; new house 8 rooms, besides laundry,
morage ruum auu uaui room; jaie improvements;
lot 40x110 feet (more ground can be had If desired
aU reasonable price). W. A. HEBRON 4 SONS,
80 Fonrth avenue. fe24-i02-irwr
FOR BALE-83,SO0-JUST ONE MINUTE FROM
Fifth avenue cable cars, on a good street and
convenient to E. E. Btatton a pretty frame dwell
ing of 6 rooms, hall and vestibule, nat. and art.
gas, water, screens for windows and doors, front
yard ; choice location and special bargain. BLACK
4 BAIRD, 95 Fourth avenue. fc6-!9-D
TTWRSALE-AT SHADYS1DE-CORNER LOT
JJ aAd nice residence, with hall in center and
rooms on either side, natural gas, etc., and double
corner lot about 60 feet front; nice property and
In good order; convenient to Shadrslde and Roup
stations and scboolhouse; price, 86,000. JAS. W.
DRAPE 4 CO., 129 Fonrth avenue, Pittsbnrg.
TrnOR SALE-H250WILL BUY A MEADOW
JD street dwelling of 8 rooms, nicely arranged;
halt, vestibule, laundry In cellar, front and back
porches, range, bathroom, hot and cold water,
natural and artificial gas, slate mantels and nice
chandeliers; this Is only 6 minutes' from Liberty
station. BLACK 4 BAIRD, 95 Fourth avenue.
0R SALE-NEAR SHADYSIDE STATION-A
neat 2W-storv frame dwelling of 5 rooms and
bathroom; nice attic, range, hot and cold water.
Inside w.c. Inside shutters; marble mantels, cup
boards, wardrobes, etc. Just new and latest Im
provements; good lot and perfect sewerage; price
only $3, GOO. .BLACK 4 BAIRD, 95 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-PRETTY HOME IN THE EAST
End; street paved with asphalt; complete
sewerage; Queen Anne frame dwelling; reception
hall, range, bath, laundry with stationary tubs, 9
rooms, pantry, furnace: lot 50x100 feet: close to P.
R. R. station; price 87,500: terms, 11.000 cash, bal
ance to suit. BLACK 4 BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
FORSALE-IN THE EAST END-HOUSE AND
lot near Hlland avenue, five minutes from
Liberty station; six rooms, with hall, finished
attic, dry cellar, natural gas, bath and w. c;
porches front and rear; everything in prime or
der; price $1750; terms to suit; Immediate posses
sion. JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO., 129 Fourth ave
nue, Pittsburg. fe22-45-D
OR SALE-CENTER AVE, NEAR ROUP
station, handsome new Oueen Anne brick
dwelling, 12 rooms, reception hall, nice pantry,
range, bath, laundry with stationary tubs, house
-wired for electric lights. Inside w. c, slate root;
large porches, 13-lncn walls, good sewers: lotSOx
150 feet; convenient to both cable lines and P. R.
R. ; one of tne most desirable residences In the E.
E.; price only 111,000: terms to suit. BLACK 4
B A1BD, 95 1 ourth ave . f 621-97-D
FOR SALE ON CABLE LINE. OAKLAND
Desirable brick dwellings. Just new; parlor,
dining room, kitchen, sitting room, six bedcham
bers, bath, laundry, abundance of closets, all well
finished; hard wood cabinet mantels, elegant gas
fixtures, handsomely papered, all tbe very latest
conveniences, even to eas lighting by electricity:
street improvements made sidewalks paved and
curbed, complete sewerage: location excellent;
terms reasonable: price S6, 300 to 83,600. For full
Information see W. A. HEBRON 4 SONS. 80
Fourth ave fe21-46-MWP
FOR SALE-SHADYS1DE RESIDENCE, ON
one of the finest streets between the station
and Fifth avenue cable cars, complete In all its
appointments, with handsome grounds well laid,
out with walks, drives, shrubbery, fruit and shade
trees: house has a very commanding appearance;
has 17 rooms, 6 large fine rooms on first floor, 6 on
the second floor and 5 rooms in attic; tbe laundry
Is complete; cellars are cemented: largo furnace,
wide halls, natural gas all through, ample porches,
baywlndows, etc.:also, stable for 3 horses; lot
105x260 feet. Tills Is one or the best located dwell
ings In the East End, has an eastern and southern
exposure, and can be bought for 830,000. BLACK
4 BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. fe4-18-jrwr
FOR BALE CLIFTON AVENUE, ALLE
GHENY, on easy terms, a very complete little
home, almost new, very attractive design, large
lot, elegant location; also 30 lots, varying in size
and value, on this and adjacent streets: all this
property close to head of new Incline; city water
and gas: fare to Filth avenue only 5 cents. In
quire of JOHN H. MCCREERY, 95 Fifth ave.
FOR SALE -ALLEGHENY DWELLING,
choice location. Third ward, new three-story
pressed brick, eight large fine rooms, bath, two
w. c, sliding doors, marble mantels, natural gas,
hard wood front and vestibule doors, stone trim
mings, stone steps; lot 24x95 with use of 4-foot side
alley; two lines of street cars; fine location for
physician, or any one wanting a good home; as an
Investment will pay about 8 per cent; call and see
photograph. BLACK 4 BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
fe22-32-22, 23, 25, 27, mh-1, 4, 6, 8, It 12, 14, 16, 19
FOR SALE-SEVERAL CHEAP HOUSES IN
Second and Tentli wards, Allegheny, monthly
or quarterly payments; four brick houses fronting
on Madison avenue and Voegtly street, a hall
block south of West Penn tracks. These houses
are constantly rented to good tenants, and should
be examined at once by parties looking for a good
and sale investment. Also a very handsome and
complete little house of six rooms on Chartiers
street. Inquire of JOHN H. McCREERY, 95 Fifth
avenue. . fe20-8-MwT
FOR SALE-OR TO LET-ONE OF THE MOST
beautiful suburban places in Allegheny
county; the house is large, containing 15 rooms,
splendidly finished, and surrounded with wide
verandas; It Is completely fitted up with bath
rooms, water closets and natural gas: there Is a
good stable and handsome fowl house; thegrounds
are very beautiful and well supplied with choice
shrubbery, fruit and ornamental trees; the whole
will be sold, with from l to 5 acres of ground, at a
very moderate price. KNOXVILLETjAND IM
PROVEMENT CO., ii Knox avenue, Knoxviiia
FOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
EWE SALE-RESIDENCES Al)D BUILDING
Jj lots in Morgantown, W. Va. ; also farmsnear
Morcantown;we have a railroad, the State Uni
versity, natural gas, and will bave slack water
thlsyear. Write for descriptive list to T. W. AN
DERSON, Morgantown, W. Va. fe24-7-Stwrsu
FOR SALE-GOOD SUBURBAN DWELLING
2nd large lot, 180x400 feet, fruit and shade
trees and shrubbery, etc., etc, at Hazelwood, B.
4 O. B. R. ; price only $7,000, on long easy terms of
payment: Immediate possession; very great bar
gain. JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO., 129 Fourth ave
nue, Pittsbnrg. fe23-ll-D
EOR 8ALE-IN SEW1CKLEY, HOUSE AND
large Iot,at a rare bargain; 9 room, with bath,
. and cold water, w. c, natural gas, mar
ble mantels, dry cellar, porcb, hall, etc: all
In excellent order; fine, large lot, stable and carriage-house,
etc and price onlv 5,S00; very cheap;
best value In tbe place; only 3 minutes from rail
way station. Particulars from J A3. W. DRAPE
4 CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. fe23-U-H
TTtOR SALE-TWO ACRES OF LAND AT
JJ Howard Station. P. V. and C railroad, with
fine house containing seven rooms, water in
kitchen, spring-house, grapery, fruit trees, etc.
Tnls beautiful place is located in what is common
ly called Forestvflle, and only about five miles
from tbe city, and cost only ordinary car fare.
This place wlu be sold at a great sacrifice If sold
soon, or will rent the same reasonable. Apply
soon to O. R.TOUDY, 1721 Carson street, South
FORSALE-l3,000-HAZELWOOD,p. 4 O. K.
R. elegant new Queen Anne style frame
dwelling, containing? largo rooms and 3 attic
rooms, hall, bath, hot and cold water, sliding
doors, inside shutters, nat. gas, slate mantels,
etc ; lot 49x303 ft. jonly 2 minutes' walk from Marl
on station. SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO.. 99
Fourth ave. fe24-59
Enat End Lou.
FOR SALE-BOULEVARD' LOTS FACING
tbe circle and parks; cheapest and best lots
In the E. E. BLACK 4 BAIRD. 95 Fourth ave.
fe4-19-4, 5,7,9, 11,13, 15, 17,19, 21, 23, 25, 27
FOR SALE-2 CHOICE BUILDING LOTS ON
Wood street, each 80x550, Villa Place plan,
Brushton station. Secure plan from JOHN F.
BAXTER, Agent, 512 Smithfield St. fe24-63-MThS
TJIOR SALE-BARTON ST. BUILDING LOTS:
J? 40x100 ft. ; location first class; near steam and
cable cars: street paved and sewered. W. A.
HEREON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-OAKLAND AVENUE, OAK
LAN D-Bullding lots 50X150 feet: street paved
and graded: 3 minutes from cable cars; price low.
W. A. HEBRON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth avenue, i
FOR SALE-TWO CHOICE LOTS ON STAN
TON avenne, near Hlland ave., each 40x100
leet to 20-foot alley; price reduced to 835 per foot
If sold at once. BlACK 4 BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-2,000-LOT 38 FEET FRONT ON
. TaggartsLbyEDfeettoIrwrmave., Second
ward, Allegheny, adjoining Incline plane; good
for business and dwellings combined. A. LEG
GATE 4 SON, 31 Federal St., Allegheny. fe23-22
TTiOR SALE-FINE LARGE LOTS AT WIL
J KINSBUHG, 3 minutes' walk from railroad
station and close to Penn avenue 30x120 feet to a
20-foot alley; all perfectly level: no grading or
filling up required; fruit treea on every lot; 850
down, balance in monthly payments; title per
fect. Plans lrom JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. feZl-87-MThs
IOR SALE-FARMS NEAR MORGANTOWN,
W. Vs.: all kinds, sizes and Tjrlees: see no
tice In this Issue of residences and building lots
tor sale in Morgantown. write lor descriptive
UsttoT. W. ANDERSON, Morgantown, wTVa.
FOR SALE-A GOOD SMALL FARM; 31
acres, with flue orchard, plenty of water,
dwelling of 9 rooms, outbuildings, etc., etc.; price
only (3,000; would take a small city property In
part payment. JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO., 129
Fourth avenne, Pittsburg. fe23-ll-s
TJIOR SALE-MANUFACTURING SITE-THE
JJ property bounded by Rebecca and Sturgeon
streets and South and Allegheny avenues, Alle
gheny City; streets all paved and sewered; large
Ironclad building, with lot of machinery, etc.;
flood facilities for shipping either in car-loads or
ess. 1 or particulars Inquire of D. R. McIN
T1RE, 412 Grant St., Pittsburg. fe24-61
FOR SALE -CHOICE EAST END RESI
DENCES, large or small. Call or send for
new list free. W. A. HERRON 4 SONS.80 Fourth
TtR H4T.V TCSTT!MnHniMHNf; i.vr nv
1 all kinds. Call or send for printed list, free,'
jastissuca. w. a. ucniivn a ou.is, eujrourin
FOR SALE-SMALL DWELLINGS. SOME ON
easy payments: call or send for new printed
list free. W. A, HERRON 4 SONS, 80 iounh
FB SALE-9,000-BEN VENUE-ELEGANT
83,250. Oakland, fine brick residence.
10,600, beautiful Shadyslde home 10 rooms,
ft, 500, 7 room house Howe st. ; very easy terms,
is, COO, Forbes St., fine large residence.
fe21-83 182 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-CALL FOR ILLUSTRATED PLAN
of lots on tbe boulevards; the finest lots In
the East End, fronting the parka and circles, with
90-foot paved streets, flagstone sidewalks, com
plete sewerage system; close to station, surround
ed by fine residences ana at remarkably low
prices; terms, only fSVO cash, balance to suit
buyer; come early, get the pick of lots and ground
floor prices. BLACK 4 BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
HOUSES AND VACANT LOTS,
In different parts of Pittsburg, Allegheny, Belle
vue, Emsworth, Glenfleld, Osborne and Sewlck
ley. East End, Brushton, Wilklnsburg, Edge
wood and on the Southside Mt. Washington,
Crafton and Castle Shannon.
ALSO, WILL EXCHANGE
One large and valuable flouring mill for city or
suburban improved property; several farms
within a few miles of Allegheny City, two In Kan
sas and one near near Connellavlllc. For particu
lars call on J . DERMITT. 407 Grant St.
FOR SALE A GROCERY STORE IN A FINE
location and doing a good business; must be
sold soon. Inquire of II. 0. HORENBERGHER,
Hazelwood station. fe24-23
FOR SALE-SALOON-NEW BUILDING. 12
rooms, including land :best location In Cleve
land:prlcc86,000: easy terms. J. S. RICE, 236 Su
perior st. Cleveland, O. fe22-29
FOR SALE A GOOD DRUGSTORE IN A HAP
IDLY growing manufacturing town on line
of railroad; population over 3,000 and Increasing;
a splendid opening. JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 123
Fourth avenue Pittsburg. fe22-ll'-D
FOR SALE-AN OLD ESTABLISHED BOOT
and shoe store. In a country town, on line of
railroad; present owner has made a small fortune;
satisfactory reasons for selling, JAS. W. DRAPE
a cu., 129 1 ourtn avenue i lttsourg. re23-ii-D
FOR SALE-ONE-HALF INTEREST IN A
woolen mill and broom factory in one tor the
best towns In Western Pennsylvania; the only
business of the kind In county; fully equipped and
dolugwcll. JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO., 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. fe23-ll-D
FOR SALE-STORES, STORES. STORES;
drug, dry goods, grocery, notion, shoe tea,
cigar and tobacco stores, bakeries, hotels, restaur
ants, confectioneries, boarding houses, coal
works, etc.; 100 good city business chances for
men or women. SHEPARD 4 CO., 54 Fifth ave.
FOR SALE-A GENTS' FURNISHING AND
clothing business in a growing town, on line
of two railroads, about 50 miles from Pittsburg;
stock is in good condition; business prosperous:
satisfactory reasons for selling. Particulars from
JAS. W.DRAPE4CO., 129 Fourth avenue Pitts
FOR SALE-RETAIL WHITE ROCK SAND
business, together with four good draught
horses, young and sound: two fifth wheel wagons
almost new, two gravel wagons, fonr sets harness,
one six-ton scale; a bargain for some person buy
ing soon: good reason for selling. B. O. SLOCUM,
Jit, 423 Carson St., B. S., or 1113. fe2I-55-ThSH
FOR SALE-BUSINESS SITE-OVER 100 FEET
fronting on Rlveravenue by 215 feet In depth;
two-story brick tannery covering nearly the
entire lot; will be sold cheap to quick buyer.
BLACK 4 BAIRD, 95 Fourth avenue feS-49-D
FOR SALE-FIFTH AVENUE, OAKLAND,
between Meyran ave. and Atwood St., a first
class business location: lot 22x127 ft. ; a good brick
house of fi rooms: a bargain Is offered If sold at
once. W. A. HERRON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-WISHING TO RETIRE, I OFFER
my old established business stand (with or
without stock): dolng3),000 annually: store, ware
house dwelling and stable: 3 hours from Pitts
bunr, on C. 4 P. R. B-. general store Kenslngtgn,
Col. Co., O. C. E. RICHARDS. fel30-EOt)
machinery and Dlctnls.
OR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AN
. UU.ib.il, . u V will. O.J.tJ .b. ,u a.v, t.wu.
4 to 100 b. p.; all refitted; good as new, at lowest
prices: mounted portable engines, 8 to 25 h. p.
23-25 Park way. J. S. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa.
boilers; all sizes and styles kept in stock, frs
FOR SALE-28X4S CORLISS ENGINE: ONLY
run a year; can be seen In operation; price
on application; also a new Strange Co. stave ma
chine all complete: capacity 10.000 In in hours;
will sell at low figure J. A. MCCORMICK, 150
First ave. aul-p32-MWT
FOR SALE-CONTRACTORS' MACHINERY:
one 7xl2-lnch double engine, double drum:
others large and small, with single or double
friction drums; wire and manlia rope centrifugal
pumps, etc.; two 2Sx49-lnch horizontal engines
with flywheels. 'lHOMASCARLIN'SSONS, cor.
Lacock and Sandusky sts., Allegheny. Jal7-ltwr
FOR SALE-MORTGAGES 1 MORTGAGES
fromfoOO, It COO, 81,600 and upward, bearing
6 per cent Interest approved by attorney. These
mortgages are nearly all purchase money mort-
5 ages. An excellent Investment for anybody,
ppiy to 0.,B, TOUDY, 1721 Canon itreet south
Side. ", ' KIWI
TO LET-BRICK DWELLING HOUSE OF 6
rooms. No. 368 Webster avenue, near Devll
lier street, Eleventh ward:rent only 814 per month.
Appljr to ARCHIBALD WALLACE, No. 971 Lib
erty St., upstairs. fe23-78
East End Residence!.
TO LEtf-HOUSE. 8 ROOMS. SIDE LOT, IM
PROVEMENTS, near Roup station and
cable cars. Apply ROOM 14, Smith 4 Friday
Building, Fifth ave., between 1 ana 3 r. it.
TO LET - SHADYSIDE DWELLINGS - ON
Howe, near Aiken avenue 8 rooms, 835 per
mo.; also No. 713 Aiken, near Ellsworth avenue 7
rooms, 830 per mo.; also on CUjbnrast., 6 rooms
and attle 830 per mo. : all have late Improvements
and are desirable new houses. W. A. HEREON
4 SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. . fe24-101
TO LET-7 QUEEN ANNE BRICK DWELL
INGS, just finished, at Roup station, front
ing P. it 1!.: 8 rooms, finished attic bath, elegant
staircase frout and rear porches, natural gas,
complete sewerage range, hot and cold water,
marble-top waslistands, hardwood mantels with
cabinets, file hearths. complete electric work, nice
lawn, large lot; rent SCO; free rent to April I. Ask
for REV.OHAPMAN HOUSES, or caU on BLACK
St BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
TO LET-2S HOUSES AT SEWICKLEY: ALL
sizes and prices: also some good property for
sale. Inquire of GEORGE F.RUDfsiLL, Real
Estate Agent, Sewlckley, Pa. fe24-9-HWTSu
TO LET-N0.214 LACOCK ST.. ALLEGHENY,
8 rooms, late Improvements, 842 per month;
near Sandusky st. W. A. HEBRON 4 SONS. 80
Fourth avenne. fe23-41-MWS
TO LET-NO. 82 SHEFFIELD ST., ALLE
GHENY, very desirable new brick house 8
rooms; late improvements: possession at once If
desired. W. A. HEREON 4 SONS, SO Fourth
TO LET-HOUSES 403 AND 405 FEDERAL ST
extension, 5 rooms, all modern convenience;
also; store rooms and dwellings 160 and 164 Penna.
avenne, Allesrhenv. Inquire of J. B.MCKEE.7C8
Penn ave., Penn Building, room 611. Ja3l-73-3TWT
TO LET-SEVERAL HOUSES 2 TO R.00M3
in the Second and Tenth wards, Allegheny;
some of them just finished; all conveniences:
'right on street car Une: rent from 86 to 818 per
month. Inquire or JOHN H. MCCREERY. 95
Fifth avenue. fe20-8-3tWF
TO LET-FOUR NEW SIX-ROOM HOUSES
with bath, w. c, natural gas, etc.: on line of
electric road, Perrysville ave., Allegheny; also
store and dwelllnc C5 Chestnut St., Allegheny.
Inquire of J. A. McKEE, 708 Penn ave . Penn
building, room 611. ja3l-73-uwi
TO LET-CHOICE BOOMS BEN VENUE, P.
R. R , with or without board. BLACK 4
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. fe22-34-D
TO LET-8 BOOitS ON PENN AVE., NEAR
Ninth St.. at 8600 per year. See W. A. HER
SON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. fel7-73-MTT
TO LET-SOME UNFURNISHED EOOMS-4-room
flats, one C and 8-room dwelling
houses, 2 Liberty street storerooms, 1 on corner of
Penn and Tblrd, and on Ferry street. Inquire of
B. MUSGRAVE. 44 Fourth street. fe24-85-uWTSa
TO LET-A FARM OP 50 ACRES-WITH
dwelling, outbuildings; below Sewlckley;
P., Ft. W. 4 C. B. R.: rent 8150. JAS. W.
DRAPE 4 CO.. 129 Fourth avenue Pittsburg.
TO LET-A NICE FARM. ABOUT 60 ACRES;
dwelling, outbuildings, large orchard, water:
10 miles from tbe city: 1 mile from railroad: rent
8260. JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO, 129 Fourth avenue,
TO LET OB rOR SALE-150-ACRE FARM, 5
minutes' walk from town of Manor, on Penna.
B. R., Westmoreland co. ; 15 acres timber, balance
cleared; bouse, bank barn and outbuildings,
orchard, etc. CHAS. L. MCCUTCHEON. 104
Fourth ave. Jal3-30-jrWT
Offices, Desk Room, ifcc
TO LET-IN THE McCANCE "BLOCK,
Smithfield, Liberty and Seventh avenne,
well-lighted offices, each room fronting on a prin
cipal street; passenger and merchandise eleva
TO LET-LARGE AND SMALL OFFICES ON
the second and tblrd floors of Mellon 's build
ing, opposite City Hall. Smithfield street; good
light; reasonable rent. Inquire at T. MELLON &
SON'S BANK, 512 and 614 Smithfield street,
f elS-7-16, 18, 20, Z; 25, 27
TO LET SINGLE AND CONNECTING
roomsln the Garrison buildings, cor. Wood
and Water streets, and Third ave. and Wood
street; also warehouse and basement No. 213
Wood st. Inquire at A. GARRISON FOUNDRY
, CO., 10 and 12 Wood St. Jal8-51
TO LET-NEW OFFICES: SPLENDID LIGHT.
The Germanla Savings Bank. 423 Wood St.,
having changed the interior of Its building by
adding 15 large, airy and well-lighted offices, with
all modern conveniences, elevator, etc., oner the
same for rent at reasonable terms. Parties desir
ing a fine location should apply at once at the
iO LET-BUSINESS STAND ON SMITH-
FIELD street: best location In thecltv: ac-
cesulhle liv all oar lines. Annlv to 619 SMITH-
FIELD STREET. , fe24-29
TO LEr-STORE AND DWELLINO-ONE OF
tbe best grocery stands In tbe city on Fifth,
at mouth of Wllklns avenue, at $35 per month. W.
A. HERRON &SONS, 80 Fourth avenne.
TO LET FINE STOREROOM, 287 OHIO ST.,
Allesrhenv. with plate srlass front: flrst-clas:
business location: at present occnpled as confec
tionery. Apply to J. H. AIKEN, 100 Fifth ave
rTK) LET-FOUK LARGE. WELL-LIGHTED.
JL rooms, with power (about 8.000 square feet),t
lor ncavy or UKul manmaciuriug, ia ouuaing
know as tbe Chas. B. Head bolt works. Grant
avenue Allegheny. Inquire on the premises of
MR. FRED ESUELMAN, Manager of the Alle
gheny Wood Carving Co. Ja23-25-JlWS
TO LET THE POPULAR HOTEL KNOWN
as tbe "tt bite House at Perrysville on the
PerrysvlUe plankroad, with 21 acres of land, good
orchard, barn, stablings, sheds; and also frame
dwelling, with large garden joining, and every
thingln first-class order; long lease Is given to the
right party. For furtherdnformatlon call or ad
dress lHEDANNEB MEDICINE CO., 242Federal
St.. Allegheny City. fez-15
TO LET-OUR "TO LET" LIST, AS HERETO
FORE issued from our office is now pub
lished every Wednesday and Saturday (without
expense to landlords) In Tbe Dispatch only.
SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO., 99 Fourth ave.
-PITTSBURG COMPANY, LIM.
Eeal Estate and Mortgages.
LOGAN STREET-116, 2-story frame dwelling, 5
rooms: also one 2tory frame dwelling In rear, (14
ARCH STREET, Twelfth ward-20, 2-story
frame dwelling. 5 rooms.
JOHNS STREET, Thirteenth ward 20, new
brick dwelling, 7 rooms, hill, vestibule, artificial
and natural gas.
CLIFF STREET-827. new brick dwelling. 8
rooms, batb, w. c, range artificial and natural
giV ASHING! ON STREET-fK. 8 rooms, brick
dwelling, artificial and natural gas; will put In
CENTER AVENUE-fl25-Thlrteentb ward-2-story
frame dwelling, large parlor, reception
room, etc., bath. Inside shutters, marble mantels,
artificial and natural gas, stable and carriage
house, snrlng house: lot 132x165 feet.
ELLSWORTH A VE.-840, 2-story brick dwell
ing, 8 rooms, newly painted and papered; lot 50x
120ft.;3mln. from Roup station; mm. from
ZULEMA STREET, OakIand-fl3 per mo.: 2
frame dwellings, each containing 5 rooms; lots
running back to Brooks street.
ZULEMA STREET, Oakland-818; 3-story frame
house. 5 rooms and store room, hall, front stairs,
pantries: lot 20x93 feet. twill lease this property
for three years. Including stable for 822 per mo.
HAZELWOOD AVE. -830: 2-story frame dwell
ing. 7 rooms and finlsbed attic; front and back
porch; natural gas; lot 150x350 ft.; fruit of all
kinds: very desirable.
FLOWER AVEV-J20: 2-story frame house
rooms and basement, kitchen, hall, front porch:
lot 25x100 ft., running back to an alley; about 5
minutes' walk from the station.
LAUREL STATION. P.. Ft. W. 42. Bv. 825:
2-story brick dwelling, 8 rooms. Inside shutters,
slate mantels: nat. zas: tot 75x110 ft.
ilate manteis: nai. ga
-torv brick dwelllnc
LAUREL STATION, P., Ft. W. 4 C. By .-850;
2-story brick dwelling, 9 rooms and attle Inside
shutters, slate mantel: stable for 6 horses, car
riage house, with rooms for hostler; will lease for
BTOBltS AND OFFICES.
WYLIE AVENUE, near Chatham street-830,
storeroom and cellar; art. and nat. gas.
. FIFTH AVENUE, cor. Wylle-Jl.000 per year,
2 storerooms, each 20x96: suitable for confection
ery or restaurant; rent Includes gas, heat and
WASHINGTON STREET-SoO, 2-story brick, 4
rooms and store; cemented cellar; can be used for
ZULEMA STREET, OAKLAND-J22, store
room, dwelling and stable.
FIFTH AVENUE, cor. WylIe-3 suites of offi
ces, 2 rooms each; ft) per mo.; rent Includes Jan
itor's services, gas, heat, water and fireproof
WILSON STREET-560, rear of 177 Wylle ave
nue, brick stable: will accommodate I horse and
buggy; loft holds 1 tin ofhay.
PITTSBURG CO.. LIM.,
Fire Boiler and Plate Glass Insurance, Real Es
tate and Mortgages,
NO. 138 FIFTH AVE.,
Pittsbnrg, Pa. fe23-6
PERSONAL BOOKS WANTED-IF YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth 8,1,000, let as know; we will hny one as
quickly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK STORE,
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. , fe20
PERSON AL-YOU WILL BE A LONGTIME
dead, but a short time alive ol be np and
make the best of It; see that vour wearing apparel
always looks neat and tidy. DICKSON, the
Tailor, of 65 Fifth avenue corner Wood street,,
second floor, makes a specialty of fine cleaning
and repairing: give him a trial, telephone 15a8. las
A E. L1NKENHE1MEB,
645 Smithflald street, Plttshnrg, Pa. Frelheits
jFrerud Bonding, second floor, X eao-Sl-s
LOST-ON FRIDAY EVENING AT BIJOU,
poeketbook containing live rings. Tbe finder
will do great favor by returning to 149 WASH
1NGTON, eor. Fifth ave. fe2S-i9
LOST-VALUABLE GOLD BBACELET-IS;
Pittsburg or on train between Plttsbsrg and
Altoona, February 12: a liberal reward wfll b
given for its return to TRIBUNE OFFICE, Al
toona. Pa. fe24-115
AT AUCTION PIANO, FUBJIITUBJ5,
carpets and household goods at the late
residence of Tbos. Palmer, deceased, No. 17
Church avenne. Allegheny,
WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEB. 27,
AT 10 O'CLOCK.
Parlor furniture upholstered in reps, rosewood
piano forte, lace curtains, cornices, chamber
furniture, bureaus, bedsteads, washstandsy
wardrobes, beds and bedding, dining: table,
chairs, deliware, kitchen utensils, laundry fhr
nlshments, brussels carpets on balls and stairs,
ball racks, etc
Sale positive, by order of the administrator.
HrJuse open at 8 o'clock on the morning of
HENRY AUCTION' CO.. LOT..
AUCTION SALE OF NEW AND SECOND-HAND
carpets, fine furniture, bed
ding, stoves, decorated dinner, tea and toilet
suites, pictures, curtains, two pianofortes,
clocks, bronzes, eta, at the rooms. No. 311 Mar
TUESDAY MORNING, February 28,
At 10 o'clock, sharp.
Parlor, chamber, library, office and dining,
room furniture, ball racks, disbes, silverware,
glassware, rugs: leather, cane, patent and wood
seat chairs and rockers; ladies' newmarkets,
two sets harness, tinware, tea, notions, coal
vases, stoves, linoleum, bedding; mirrors, fur
trimming, lamps, eta, eta Goods now on exhi
bition. HENRY AUCTION CO, LIM.,
HO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
JL That certain 7-octave square Calenbnrg St
Vaupel piano No. 1369, carved legs and two
round comers, left on storage by one Miss
Hall of PUtsbnrcr, will be sold for charges!
(storage and repairs), amountinj; to 5150, on,',
March 20.18S9, at 10 A. if., at our storeVooms,
No. 508 Wood street, Pittsburg, Unless re
deemed on or before said date.
AUCTION SALES-STORE FIXTURES,
walnnttop counter, fine shelving, witb
heavy cornice, fonr office desks, lot of new
furniture, eta. on MONDAY MORNING. Feb
ruary 25. at .the carpet store of JAMES W. "
McFARLAND. No. 305 Wood street, fe2J-75 .
NOTICE TO BOSS BAKERS OF PITTS
BURG, Allegheny and snrrotmdins: towns,
that the employment bureau of the National
Bakers' Union No. 27,has removed from Jeffer
son Hall, Allegheny, to corner of Fifth avenns
and Smithfield street, Tittsbnrg.
Entrance on Fifth avenue, opposite Kauf-
County Comsosionees' Office,
Pittsburg. Feb. 18, 1S89.
rE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WTLTj
hold appeals on the following named
districts as follows, to-wit:
Monday, February 25, Reserve, Moon, Snow
den, Leet and Harmar townships. L
Tuesday, February 26, Ribblandt Elizabeth,
Jefferson and Lincoln townships.
Wednesday, February 27, Crescent and Up
per St, Clair townships.
Thursday, February 28, Patton township.
By order of County Commissioners.
R. E. MERCER, .
GEO. Y. MCKEE,
P. W. SIEBERT. Cleric fe2L14 .
OFF! OTAL PITTSBURG.
TO JOB PRINTERS-SEALED PriOPO,
SALS will be received np until March 5,
1SS9, at 3 o'clock p. M., for the printing .and
binding for tbe several departments of the city
government for tbe ensuing year. Blanks for
iddlng and information furnished on applica
tion to tbe office of the City Controller. Bonds
to be furnished as required in specifications..
The right to accept or reject any or an bids re
served. E. S. MORROW, Controller. r
.fel9-33-D ' .
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC "WORKS, '
PrrrSBUBG. Pa., Feb.li 1889. J '
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE?
report of Viewers on the damages caused,
by the grading of Linden street, from Penn
avenue to the Pennsylvania Railroad, has been
approved by Councils, which action will be final,
unless an appeal is filed in the Court of Com'
mon Pleas within ten (10) davs from date.
K M. BIGELOW.
Chief of .Department of Public Works.
'foljV40-D " -
Department of Public Works, )
- Pittsbubo, February 14, 1889. (
-VTOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN THATTHE
reports of Viewers on the construction'
of sewers on Craig street, from Center avenue,
to Fifth avenue; Aiken aTenue, from Fifth
avenue to the Pennsylvania Railroad, and
South Twenty fourth street, from Josephine)
street to the Monongahela river, have been ap
proved by Councils, which action will be final,'
unless an appeal is filed in tbe Court of ComV
mon Pleas within ten (10) days from date. ,'
Chief of Department of Public works.
fe44-40-D . ,
Cirr Treasurer's Office, '
Municipal Hall, Smithfield street i
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ALU
owners (whether residents or non-residents
of the city of Pittsburg) of drays, carts,
wagons, carriages, buggies, eta, must pay their
license at this office forthwith. AU licenses not
paid on or before first Monday in March, 18855,
will be placed in the hands of police officers for
collection, subject to a collection tee of 0
cents, and aU persons neglecting to pay on or
before first Monday In May, 1889, will be sub
ject to a penalty double the amonnt of the
license, to be recovered before the proper legal
authorities of said city. The old metal plate of
last year must be returned at tbe time licenses'
are taken out, or 25 cents additional will be
charged on the license. Rates of license: Each;
one-horse vehicle, 6 00; each two-horse vehicle,
S10 00; each four-horse vehicle, $12 00: each four
horse hack, J15 00: omnibus and timber wheels
drawn by two horses, S10 00. One extra dollar
will be charged for each additional horse used
in above specified vehicles.
J. F. DENNISTON,
feU-70-p City Treasurer.
Every Afternoon and Evening,
TRUE IRISH HEARTS.
March 4 Palmef s "Danltes" d. fe24-19.:
TLTOU THEATER TO-NIGHT !
MURRAY & MURPHY.
"OUR IRISH VISITORS."
Next week "The Fugitive."
it RAND OPERA HOUSE
JT Every evening. Matinees Wednesday and
To-night "ROMEO AND JULIET." I
Week March 4 Joseph Murphy. fe24-S3
ARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
To-nisht Matinees Tuesday. .Thursday and
Saturday. GUS HILL'S
WORLD OF NOVELTIES.
The Golden Boom. te24-21
pASINO MUSEUM ,
Week of February 25 Welches, Charles and
JennlejMlIIie Antoinette, George Derious. Ad
miral Dot and others. Admission, 10a Open
irom iu a. Jt. until iu f. m. jezvjo
Between Wood and Smithfield. lots 120 feet
deep for sale by SAMUEL W. BLACK fc CO.,
93 Fourth ave. feH.-17-MWJ
andotherP.,Ft.W.feC.R.R. dwellings and
lots for sale and rent; low prices; send for list
SAMUEL W. BLACK fc CO.,
Established 1878. 99 Fourth avenue.
Four or five offices on the fourth floor of the
Renshaw Building will be let from April li
rooms connecting or separate; good light,
water, gas and elevator. Apply to JNO. A.
RENSHAW, corner Liberty and Ninth streets,