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SHE ' PITTSBT3KG- -DISPATCH, . THURSDAY, OTROB -ft
IT'S 8,000,000 BUSHELS
Eiver Operators Make TheirLargest
Shipment of the Season
AON 13-FOOT STAGE OP WATER.
Tlie Majority of the Steamboats LeaTe for
LOADED DOW WITH HE ATI COAL 10 WS
The largest coal shipment of the season
vill go out on the present rise. It is esti
mated by operators that the amount -will
reach 8,000,000 bushels. A number of boats
were started yesterday morning, more fol
lowed in the afternoon and evening, and
there will be some boats left to make the
riffle this morning.
The water at noon yesterday was 13 feet
deep, and falling slowly. There will be
enough for boating purposes for the balance
of the week. The operators were busy stock
ing their boats, and gettingready to' starttheir
craft. The river 'merchants were doing a
thriving business. Pew boats were left at
their moorings, for the first time in a num
ber of months the wharfs were free from
boats. The majority of them were skirmish
ing around, wrestling with fiats and coal
"W. H. Brown Sons were unable to state
how much coal they would send out, or how
ALREADY OJT THE WAY.
The Percy Kelsyand Alice Brown started
in the morning, and the Chas. Brown, Jim
Brown and Alex. Swift will follow. The
Swift was busy yesterday getting its tow
out from the upper pools.
T. M. Jenkins & Co. sent the Frank Gil
more with 6 boats and 2 barges, 170,000
bushels. Jutte & Co. started the Rescue
with 6 boats and 2 barges for Louisville, and
the Bonner with 12 barges" for Cincinnati,
Captain Rodgers sent the Little Bill with
C coalboats, 125,000. The Penney Coal
Company will start the Ed Kobinson in a
day or so. J. S. If eel started the Joe Cook
with 6 boats and 5 barges, 210,000 bushels.
Walton & Co. were unable to say what
they would send to the lower traits, but
they had decided to start the Joe Kixon
and' Lud Keefer. J. C. Kisher & Co. sent
out the Tom Dodsworth and Smokv City.
The Acorn, Maggie and Convoy left for
Thomas Pawcett The Crescent, Advance,
John Moran and Clifton also made a, break
for Cincinnati. with tows.
-A YEBY LAEGE CONTINGENT.
W. "W. O'Neil & Co. came in for their
share of the business. The Captain started
the Fred "Wilson, Dick Fulton, Belle M"c
Gowan and Enterprise. The Raymond
Horner and Annie Roberts will go out for
Horner & Roberts. Harsh McDonald will
send the Hornert, The Pacific left lor Cin
cinnati about noon.
The Sap Miller was moving about in
the river like a restless child that had lost
its mamma. Since the failure of the Grand
Lake Coal Company this boat and its two
brethren, the Blackniore and J. S. Mercer,
have been in the predicament of the boy
who didn't know his own father.
The John Moran is slated for New Or
leans, and the Clifton is scheduled to help
him out with his tow. Most of the coal will
go to Cincinnati and Louisville. Between
G,000,000 and 7,000 OOOjbushels will be added
to the overstocked market, and prices will
go down accordingly, r
THE FIRST SERVICES.
.Ash Wednesday Inaugurated the Lenten
The first evening services during the
Lenten period were held last evening at St.
Paul's Cathedral. The ceremonies con
sisted of the saying of theBosary, a sermon,
followed by the benediction. The sermon
was preached by Eev. Father Moilineauz.
His subject was "Penance and Fasting,"
end was a specific direction as to the man
ner in which Lent should be kept by all
Catholics. He explained the object of the
Lenton season and why it was absolutely
necessary for the faithful members of the
church to restrict themselves in all things
during a certain period of the year. This
is doing penance for their sins.
Yesterday was Ash "Wednesday, and in
the morning high mass was said in the
church. Alter the mass the ashes were dis
tributed. On Friday evening the stations of the
cross will be read, and will be followed by a
sermon and benediction. For those who
cannot attend church in the evening, but
more especially for school children, the sta
tions will also be read in the aiternoon. On
Sunday evening there will be vespers, a
bcrmon and benediction.
STOCK EXCHAKGE SEATS.
tTliey Cost More Than 822,000 and One
Has Sold Up to $35,000.
The statement that ?22,000 is the highest
price ever paid for a membership in the
XewTork Stock Exchange is incorrect.
The highest price ever paid for a member
ship in that institution was $35,000, and it
was paid by Phil. Armour. Jay Geuld
bought one for his son, paying 32,000 there
for. In five years 20,000 is the lowest price
paid for a membership, and a seat costs
51,100 more. 100 of which goes to the sec
retary of the Exchange. This 100 fee is
paid him for negotiating the deal, and,
though a man may get there without feeing
the secretary, the buyer is liable to be un
derrated as a dealer, if he refuse to give the
One of Paris' Enterprises In Full Blast at the
The Point has a Parisian enterprise. It
is a novel public laundry. "While it is a
duplicate of the many institutions of its
kind in Paris, it has been started in Pitts
burg by a shrewd Irish woman. She has
fitted up an old dwelling house with sta
tionary washtubs, wringers and hydrants.
A set of these is partitioned off and each
room has an ironing table and drying
Poor women are supposed to patronize the
establishment. So much per beur is charged,
and as the fee is very low it comes cheaper
than the purchase of new tubs or wringers
lor individual householders. The queer
laundry presents a busy scene generally.
JCEAL BOYLE LNJUEED.
A Terrific Gas Explosion In the Citizens
Traction Company's Vault.
There was a terrific explosion &bout 4
o'cloct yesterday morning in the vault in
front of tie Citizens' Traction Company's
power house on Penn avenue. Heal Boyle
descended to the vault to oil the machinery,
and the flame from his lamp is supposed to
have ignited a quantity of illuminating gas
which presumably escaped from the mains
in the street. Boyle was badly bruised
about the body.
Pleotjisy pains, asthmatic, and all
throat affections, are soon relieved by that
certain remedy for coughs and colds, Dr.
low-Priced Cotton Chatties In Wash Goods
All the new patterns about the cheapest
Etufi for dresses, outside of calicoes.
JOS. HOBNB & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
Crsou st, SouUiilde.
DOES THIS SETTLE IT?
More .Letters About' the TrlGnlntlons of
Virginia Knox, Who Married the Italian
Count Divorce Talked of.
The following is a copy of a letter alleged
to be received in this city by a gentleman
friend of Miss Knox, who, it is stated, has
applied for a divorce from the Count
What do you think! That accursed scoundrel
CarnsI, after Virginia-had heat him clear out
of court in Italy, and the authorities had threat
ened him with the jail, has come to this coun
try and first proposes to sue me for slander,
then kill me. Pleasant! He then, in connec
tion with a pair of second-band clothes dealers,
proposes to threaten the papers with civil suits
unless they take his side and print his vile lies
about Virginia and the family. The papers
will do it. It would put them to an enormous
expense to defend themselves against him.
However true their stories may be, they will
risk our suits rather than his. Say nothing
until his arrival is announced in the Pittsburg
papers, which will be about Monday, or per
haps to-morrow. Then say as above,
P. S. This cursed villain has boasted what
he will do, and is coming with the avowed de
termination of keeping up a newspaper war on
us until we pay him to leave.
The gentleman said they knew shortly
after the marriage that the Count was an
imposter, but rather than create a scandal
they concluded to keep it quiet He said
that Miss Knox is now with friends in
"When the Count arrived in New York
unaccompanied by his wife, he sent a tele
cram to his mother-in-law in Virginia, ask
ing her to come to see him immediately.
After sending three messages and receiving
no answer, he concluded to go to see her
It is said that if he comes back to this
city the Knox family will have him arrested
for perjury. At the time of his getting the
marriage license here he swore that he had
never been married before. Miss Knox's
friends claim that the Count received his
title from his wile, who is now dead, and
his object in coming to this country is to
secure money from anybody he can get it
from. He threatens to" sue the newspapers
for libel, but they claim this is only a bluff.
It is alleged that the Countess asked for a
legal separation through her uncle, Mr. E.
F. Mathews, of Philadelphia, who was so
journing in Paris when Miss Knox and her
husband arrived there.
Another letter was also published yester
day, from Miss Cora Vera, of Buffalo, N.
X., who is now traveling in Europe. It
.was received by a young lady in this city,
and is to the effect that the genuine 'Count
Montercole is living in, and has not been
out of Italy for some time. The man Miss
Knox married was the Count's head
A TUB OP SOAPSUDS.
The Cold Chill that Was Given a Number
A young mischief-maker, the brother of
a carpenter in the West End, had a lotv of
fun with a number of his brother's guests a
few evenings since. The carpenter is a be
liever in spiritualism and decided to have
a seance. He invited a number of his
friends, all of whom came arrayed in their
best clothes on Monday evening.
The communion with the spirits was to
be in the kitchen. After the crowd had
assemVled there the lights were turned out.
A number of weird tappings were heard,
and all of a sudden, when the silence was
excruciating, they felt a chill run down
their backs. It was not a chill that would
be caused by an inward spiritual realiza
tion, but one that was caused by the upset
ting of a tub of soapsuds on the assembled
The crowd were wild with anger, and
when the gas was ignited it was found that
the young man had placed the tub 0Q an
elevation and upset it with a broomstick.
A Pair of Them to Have a Home in Pitts
burs;. A pair of engines which have been lo
cated under the Brooklyn bridge approaches
ever since that great structure was thrown
across North river, to pull the traction cars
over the bridge, has been brought to Pitts
burg. Trafic between New York and Brook
lyn has increased so largely that more pow
erful engines were required. They have
just been put in, and the old engines were
bought by Carlin & Sons, the Allegheny
They are 26x48 inches each in the cylinder
and are suitable lor use in operating cable
railroads or machinery.
A Silent Appeal for Help.
When your kidneys and bladder are inactive
they are making a silent appeal for help. Don't
disregard it, but with Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters safely impel tbem to activity. They
arc In imminent danger, and it is f oolhardiness
to shut one's eyes to the fact. Be wise in
time, too, if you experience manifestations of
dyspepsia, malaria, rheumatism, constipation
or nerve trouble. The Bitters before a meal
adds zest to it.
More of the Elceant Paris Robes To-Day
In dress goods department single patterns,
all colors and white extreme styles.
JOS. HOENE & CO.'S,
Penn Avenue Stores.
HEAL ESTATE SAVINGS BANK, LIM.,
401 SmlthQctd Street, cor. Fourth Avenue.
Capital, 100,000.- Surplus, 38,000.
Deposits of 1 and upward received and
interest allowed at 4 per cent. " its
Lace Curtains Lace Curtains Lace Cur
Every newest pattern, in all qualities
1 00 to 85 00 housekeepers, hotel keep
ers, call now while the assortment is com
plete; prices right.
JOS. HOENE& CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
Dress Goods and Snitlnss.
Finest and largest assortment of new and
elegant goods we have ever shown low
prices. Boggs & Buhl.
Another Biff Day In the India Silk Stock.
These India Silks at 75 cents. Sell at
sight. Come now for tbem.
I JOS. HOBNE& CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
Liver complaint cured free at 1102 Car
son st, Southside.
MERCHANTS' BUILDING AND LOAN
Association The first regular .meeting
of the Merchants' Building and Loan Asso
ciation will be held at the Grocers' Exchange.
028 Liberty St., THURSDAY, March 7. at 7.S0
p. VL, for the purpose of paying dues, receiving
applications for loans, selling stock, etc Stock
in this association is selling rapidly. Persons
wishing to join this organization should apply
at once as there are but a limited number of
shares to be sold. mh7-91
Office of the Westmobelaiid akd")
Caxbbia Natural Gas Company, I
43 Sixth avenue. f
PlTTSBtJRa, February 28, 1SS9. J
THE ANNUAL MEETING OP THE
stockholders and the election of Directors
to serve for the ensuing Year will be held'at the
office of this company on TUESDAY, March
12. 1SS9, at 3 o'clock P. M.
xna2-234-D R. MACKENZIE, Secretary.
PlTTSBUEO, CINCINNATI AND ST. LOUIS I
Railway Co.. PrrrsBUHG, March 6,1889. t
ELECTION THE ANNUAL MEETING
of the stockholders of the Pittsburg. Cin
cinnati and St. Lonis Railway Company will be
held at the principal office of the company. In
the city of Columbus, O., on TUESDAY,
March 19, 1889, at 10 o'clock A. r"for the pur
pose of receiving the annual report for 1SS8. the
election of 13 directors to serve for the ensuing
vear and the transaction of such other busiuess
as may properlv come before the meeting.
The transfer books will be closed on Saturday.
March 9, and reopened on Friday, March 22,
1689. S. B. LIGGETT, Secretary
1 EO. H. BARBOUR.
jr CIVIL ENGINEER.
Sarvevor, Draughtsman and Designerof
Bridges Roofs and Mill Buildings,
Room 63 Eisner Bulldinc,
del2-kCG- M FIFTH AVENUE. Pittsburg.
DUplay advertisements one-dollar per
square Jar onefnserlion. Classified advertise
ments on this' page such as Wanted, Bar Sale,
To Let, etc., ten cents per line 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 ad vertisements 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 TM DIS
THOMAS MCCAFKKE Y, 33o9 Bntler street.
EMIL G. STUCKEY, 24th street and 1'enn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY & CO., Wylie ave. and Fulton, st.
N. bTOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, 6121 Penn aveane.
MCALLlSTEli SHElBLEIi,eth av. & Atwood St.
JACOB SVOHN, No. 2 Carson street.
CHAS. SCmVAIUI, 1T07 Carson street.
A. J. KAERCHEK, S9 Federal street.
H. J. McliRIDE. Federal and Ohio streets.
FRED H. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut sK
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENKY. Western and lrwin ave.
O. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
FEKKYM. GLEIM. P.cbecca and Aflcyheny ayes.
WANTED-BOY ABOUT 17 YEARS OLD, AT
MAKTELL'S, HSSinitlifleld st. roh7-S6
TTTANTED-A GOOD WAGONMAKER. AP
W PLYto JAS. COX. Valencia, P.i W.R.R.,
WANTF.D-A FIRST-CLASS BARBER, AP
PLY to J. H. STERN, No. 41 Federal str.,
WANTED-FOEEMAN AND MACHIN1ST3
at pood wages; good references required.
THE AMERICAN NAIL AND MACHINE CO.,
Findlay, O. mh7-17
XTTANTED-CLERK FOR RETAIL GROCERY:
V one having experience, and from 17 to 20
years of age; reference required. Address J. Y.,
Dispatch office. mli7-10
-VTTANTED-A BOYFORNIUHT WORK IN A
jY composing room. German boy with some
experience preferred. Apply atVOLKSBLATT
OFFICE, B2 Diamond street. mb7-25
-TITAN TED-IMMEDIATELY A OARUENER
V who can also attend to cows and horse;
must he sober and industrious. Address Mc
K.EESPORT, Dispatch office. mh7-3
WANTED-RELIABLE, ACTIVE CANVASS
ERS lor a new and profitable business. Ap
ply at No. 442 PENN AVE., on March 8 between
and 12. References required, mh3-79-'WThSu
-YTJANTED-ACTlVE, ENERGETIC MAN FOR
W permanent position: reference required:
food wages and promotion to right party, KUNZ
CO., 62 Fourth ave,, upstairs. mb7-U
WANTED-A FEW ENERGETIC MEN TO
sell a patent article; immense sales in
Philadelphia and New York. Anply before 10 A.
It. and alter 5 F.ii.at 1137 LIBERTY ST., European
-VTTANTED-A MAN OF TEMPERATE HAB-
V ITS located outside of Pittsburg, to repre
sentanold house in bis section: salary to begin,
70 per month: references. GEN. MANAGER,
Lock box 1610, N. Y. oc"-4S-Th
powder and pure spices: gifts with goods;
coke workers, miners or mlllmen can make money
In their spare -time. YAMASH1RO TEA CO.. 8$
Jackson st., Allegheny, Pa. Ja26-86-TTS
WANTED-RELIABLE LOCAL AND TRAV
ELING salesmen; positions permanent;
special Inducements now: fast selling specialties;
don't delay; salary from start. BROWN BROS.,
Nurserymen, Rochester, N. Y. . fe9-60-TTR
IV lightning rod agents to sail copper cable
lightning rods in Pittsburg and vicinity; will fur
nish horse and baggy. GEO. R. KRESS, Manf.,
143 and 151 Forbes ave., Pittsburg. inh7-l
-TTTAN'TED-BAD WRITERS AT feMART'S
V PRACTICAL BUSINESS AND SHORT
HAND COLLEGE, 13 Sixth St., Pittsburg (near
bridge) : terms moderate; best instruction guaran
teed; college re-opens March 11, 1889: davand
evening sessions. mh7-30-TTS6u
-YT7ANTED-A SOBER, CAPABLE ANDEN
V EKGET1C man as salesman for foundry
and machine shop: young man with knowledge
of drawing and acquainted in this vicinity pre-
lerrea. nuance oi aavancement io ngni pany,
Aaarcss w. ., irispaicn umce.
TTTANTED-ATEAMER FOR NIGHT TURN
V on a 39-pot gas fire;, also a pullerout:
must be pood, steady; temperate men; none other
need apply: no pots to all: reference not required,
but prelerred; wages. $3 50 per day of 3 heats. Ad
dress, stating where employed lu the past, STEEL
MELTER, Dispatch office, Pittsburg. mhS-42
-rrjANTED-AGElTS ON SALARY; 173 PER
TV 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 lust what we say. Address SI'ANDARD
SILVERWARE CO., Boston. Mass. felS-3-D
TtrANr-ED-A FIRST-CLASS TAILOKESS
V to work on fine custom pants. Inquire of
FRAN K, 98 Y J He ave. mh7-15
WANiEl) -IMMEDIATELY 4 EXPERI
ENCED liundrv girls for starching. Ap
ply at once. KEYSTONE LAUNDRY, corner ot
Chartlers and Fayette street, Allegheny. mh6-S9
WANTED-100 YOUNG LADIES OF PREPOS
SESSING appearance for -The Twelve
Temptations." Apply STAGE DOOR, BIJouThe
ater, Thursday morning at 10 o'clock sharp.
WANTED-A LADY COMPANION BY A
married lady without children; must be
thorongblv accomplished, be over 25 years of age
and be willing to assist with a little light house
work; a splendid home in Allegheny is offered to
the right party, with from S4 to So per week as re
muneration. Address, for three days, ACCOM
PLISHED. Dlspatrh offi.ee. mh7-10O
Male and Female Hclo.
WANTED-IMM EDIATELY-F ARM HANDS
cooks and chambermaids, f3 SO lo J4 per
week: 200 bouse girls. 30 for hotels; laundress: all
first-class help report here: large numbers are em
plOCd daily. MEEHAN'S. 545 Grant St. mh4-D
WANTED-A POSITION AS ASSISTANT
bookkeeper, shorthand and typewriter.
Address A. X, Dispatch office. mh7-4
WANTED-SITUATION AS SALESMAN OR
manager In book and stationery business:
full experience and good trade. Address B., care
of GEO. R. SPLANJL, No. 500 bmlthfield st.
-TTTANTED PARTNER -SI, 000 (HALF DE
VV FERRED) and office services can secure
half Interest In a new and splendid agencv, pos
sessing a monopoly with leading houses and com
panies: can be easily worked up tofromSllOOOto
K0, 000 a year profit. Address NO EXAGGERA
TION, Dispatch office. mh7-37
WANTED-IN A SUCCESSFUL MANUFAC
TURING firm In this city, a competent
business man to purchase a l-5th Interest and take
the management of one of the departments;
amount of capital required S16,0t0: the business is
well established and highly prosperous: present
members of the firm are well known to ns and are
worthy of implicit confidence in every respect and
arc strong financially; all communications and
conferences will be treated confidentially. J AS.
W. DRAPE CO., 129 Fourth arc., Pittsburg.
WANTED BOARDERS AND LODGERS.
WANTED-OCCUPANTS FOR TWO ROOMS,
with board. Apply at (4 RIVER AVE.. Al
-TTTANTED OCCUPANTS FOR ROOMS,
VV single or in suit, on Cedar ave.. Allegheny,
facing parks; with first-class board If desired;
reference given and required. Address ROOMS,
Dispatch office. mh7-2
WANTED-GENTLEMEN OCCUPANTS FOR
large furnished room, three windows, dif
ferent exposures: 20 minutes' walk from postoffire;
Brivate family; references. Address HAMMOCK,
la pitch office. m Ii7-12
WANTED UNFURNISHED ROOM FOI
one gent, centrally located In Allegheny:
private family: reference given. Aadress R. A,
it., mspatcn puce.
WASH D MORTGAGES IN ANY
amounts: 41 to 6 per cent: city and country:
no delay. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99
Fcarth avenue. Ja20-55-MThs
WANTED-HOUSES TO RENT. LARGE OB
small. In both cities: great pains taken to
secure good tenants. Established ISG3. W. A.
UERRON Jt SONS. 80 Fourth avenue. mhl-40-TTS
-TTr--"rEU-HODsra fO RENT, RENTS TO
V collect, monthly settlements; also mort
gages on city or suburban property at 4, 6 and 6
percent. J. DERMlTr. 407Grant street.
-TT7-ANTED-TO LOAN (500,000. IN AMOUNTS
YV of ,000 and upward, oncltyand suburban
property, on 4i per cent, free ortax; also smaller
amounts at 5 and 0 per cent. BLACK. & BAIRD,
95 Fourth avenue. - sc21-d2ft-i
-Trr-ANTED-TO LOAN t200,000 ON MORT-
V GAGES: $100 and upward at 6 per cent;
! 300, POO at 4 per cent on residences or business
property; also in adjoining counties. S,
-rrTANTED-MOKTOAGES-fl. 009, 000TO LOAN
V on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
6 per crat. and on larms 3n Allegheny and aoja
ornt counties at 6 per cent: no money loaned out
or Pennsylvania. 1. M. PENNOCK & fcON, 105
Fourth ayenue. ap7-fU
ANTED-ilOR-i G AOES-MON EY TO LOAN
In sums to suit, at VA, 5 and 8 per cent.
GRAEUING A LYON. 135 Fourth ave. ap5-el-p
-TTTAN'TED-RENTa TO COLLECT; MONTH-
YV LV settlement with itemized statement.
BLACK BAIRD. S3 Fourth avenue. a2S-a29-D
WANTF.D-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, overflow; 4H per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER CO., 92Fourth avenue.
-TTTANTED RENTS COLLECTED PROMPT
W LY ; property managed with satisfaction.
ALLES BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
WANTED-MORTG AGES-SUMS FROM S500
-to J500.000 to loan at4). Sand 6 per cent.
JAS. W. DRAPE Jt CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pltts
ANTED TO BUY ONE SECOND HAND
Tlnwnevor iimnA nthcr pnnrl drilling tv.
Address BOXNO. 72, New Brighton, Beaver Co.,
ANTED-I H AVE FOR RENT OR LEASE A
lot 24x120 feet on Braddock ave. ; central
location for business: terms reasonable. Address
BOX220, Braddock, Pa. fe23-54-MTh
"TTTANTEO-A SADDLE AND DRIVING
V V horse between 6 and 9 years old, safe at ca
ble and steam cars and sound: state lowest cash
price. SADDLE HORSE, Dispatch office.
-TTTANTED-A SECOND HAND STEAM
VV hoisting machine with double drum for
stone quuiTy: give price and address, OAK
DALE QUARRY CO., LIS!., Dawson, Pa. j
-TTTANTED WEsTKRN ENERGY PARTIES
VV desirous of establishing "manufactories or
plants In H estern cities or towns will do well to
communicate with AMERICA, Dispatch office.
-TTTANTED PARTIES DESIRING TO DIS
VV POSE of their rurnrture and household
goods either by auction or private sale, call or ad
dress ROOM 5 Eisner building, cor. Fifth ave.,
and Wood street. mhj-167
ANTED-PUBLIC TO KNOW THE ELITE
GALLERY, 516 Market street, Pittsburg,
will make cabinets for SI 00 per doz.. and show
proofs, until May I; so come early; bring the
little ones; use elevator. ' leiS-9
WANTED-BYJ-EARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHED. 96 Firth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal strc"i, Allegheny, crerybody to
know that he Is making fine cabinets at 1 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: instan
taneous urocess. mhl3-k27
WANTEO-PEOPLE WHO ARE LEAVING
the city or breaking up housekeeping to
know we will store yonr goods at our warcrooms,
or sell them at your residence: lowest rates: furni
ture moving and packing attended to. PITTS
BURIi AUCTION CO.. S3 Third are mh7-57
FOR SALE tJIPItdVED KEAL ESTATE.
F OR SALE-CHEAP. IF DISPOSED OF SOON,
No. 15 Second avenue, a very desirable new
house. 11 rooms: lot 20x80 ft. W. A. HERRON
SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. fe28-78-MWThF
'OR SALE-M,500 WILL BUY A SNUG SES-
ruumeu orioK dwelling, within nve mm-
utes walk of nostoffice: as an Investment will nav
over 6 per cent; this 1 a bargain. STRAUB &
MORRIS, corner Wood streetand Third avenue,
T7VR SALE-S3.000 AND YOUR OWN TIME,
X? for a 2-story frame dwelling on Mission st.,
Southside; 9 rooms, finished attic, hall, vestibule,
hath, slate mantels, natural gas, cemented cellar,
front anVI rear porch, cistern, etc.: lot 50x150;
good view of surrounding valley. BLACK
BAIRD. 95 Fourth ave. mli4-15
East End Residences.
FOK SALE-EOUP STREET DWELLING;
very desirable; 4 rooms on a floor; late Im
provements: large lot: near steam and cable cars.
W. A. HEBRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-SOUTH H1LAND AVENUE,
very de.Irable residence, s rooms; all con
veiences; lotf7Kxl40 to alley: stable and sewer
connections. HENRY A. BREED, 516 Market st.
FOR SALE A GOOD 7-ROOM FRAME
dwelling In East End: both gases; only 2,400.
Also an 8-room frame and 4 lots at Verona for
t2.so0: bargain. J. H. STEVENSON & CO, 100
Fifth arenue. mh7-7
TTIOR SALE-CRAIG AND CENTER AVE.
X! elegant residence: 1! large rooms; very hand
somely finished and replete with all modern con
veniences: lot lOOxlU feet. 1. M. PENNOCK
SON, 105 I'ourtu ave. mh2-25-TTS
FOR SALE NEGLEY AND PENN AVE.
handsome 2-storv brick house; mansard fin
ish: v12 rooms; bath, laundry; both kinds gas;
modern in all respects: lot 45x100. I. M. PEN
NOCK & SON, 105 Fourth ave. mh2-23-TTS
ORSALE-ON COLLEGE AVE.. LOT 60x170
to 20-foot alley, one-story frame cottage of 5
rooms; stone foundation under whole house: con
venient to both steam and cable cars; IS. 000.
THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave. mhS-137-TTFSSU
J70R PALE-S3.800-ON HAYS STREET, A
J? seven-roomed residence with lot ssxl00: 3
porches, slate mantel and newly papered tnrough
out; only one square from North Hlland avenue.
MELLON BROS.. 6349 Station St., E. E.
FOES ALE- 2-STORY FRAME SLATE ROOF
dwelling In East End, near station; city water
and gas, bath and all conveniences; tile hearth In
parlor: natural gas; 84.000: payments to suit. In
quire MORRRS FLEMING, 106 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-A BARGAIN IF SOLD SOON;
only 83,500 for an East End residence, new; 8
rooms well finished and papered, beside bath,
laundry, storage room: latest Improvements; lot
40x110 ft. (or more ground can be had If desired);
near steam and cable cars. W. A. HERRON &
SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. mh7-44-7,8,ll,15
FOR SALE-EAST END DWELLIN G; BRICK;
late style; lust, finished: 9 rooms well fin
ished; all latest improvements: bath, range, both
kinds of gas, laundry, pantry, perfect sewerage,
street graded, near cable cars, three squares, of
Roup station: only S7.O00: terms easy. W. A.
HERRON SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
FOR 8ALE-OJT PAVED STREET IN EAST
END. within four minutes' walk of either
line of cable cars -or East Liberty station; lot 47x
120, to a 20-loot alley: new selected brick of 6
rooms, bath and 2 rooms in finished attic, good
wide hall and vestibule, electric bells, electric
light, speaking tubes, etc: 83,200, or will sell
house: lot24iU0ror6,500. THOS. LIGGETT.No.
H4 Fourth avenne. mh3-lS6-TTTssu
OR SALE-ON GOOD STREET IN EAST
END. four mlnntes rrom Fifth avenue cable
cars, aud about six minutes from Roup Station,
frame bouse; 8 rooms; bath room: basement laun
dry: lavatory-umler front stairs; slate mantels;
natural gas; elegant lront and side porches: ele
gant neighborhood; lot 42x130, very desirable in
everv respect: only 7, 500. THOMAS LIGGETT,
No. 114 Fourth avenue. mh3-U7-TTFSSu
T7OR SALE-ON GOOD bTREET IN THE
Jj East End, three mlnntes' walk from Fifth
avenuevcable cars; elegant neighborhood: large
corner lot 60x150; new brick house, reception ball,
parlor, dining room, kitchen and pantry on first
floor, 4 bedrooms and bathroom on second floor,
4 good rooms In attic, natural gas, electric bells
and all latest Improvements; only 813,000. THOS.
L1GGEIT, No. 114 Fourth avenue.
OR SALE-NEOLEY AVE., NEAR PENN.
A model new Queen Anne pressed-brlck res
idence of 15 elegant large rooms, reception hall, all
handsomely papered, slate mantels and tile
hearths, beautiful combination Chandeliers, wired
for Incandescent lights, electric bells, speaking
tubes, bath. Inside w. c., good sewerage, all the
latest Improvements and conveniences, large lot,
etc. This desirable home only (22,000; call at office.
BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-QUEEN ANNE FRAME DWELL
ING, close to P. R. R., on asDhalt pared
street: 10 rooms, reception hall, bay window in
dining room, hard-wood staircase, stained glass
windows, china closet, range, bath, inside w. c ,
laundry withtattonary tubs, slate mantels, fur
nace, natural gas, complete sewerage, flagstone
sidewalks, laucelot 50xl00leet; terms, SLOOocash;
balance to suit buyer. BLACK & BAIRD, 95
Fourth ave. mh-5l-D
T7OR SALE-ON SOUTH H1LAND AVENUE,
lj lot 37x140 to 20-foot alley: selected brick of 6
rooms, bath room, basement laundry, good dry
cellar, hot and cold water, natural gas all through
the house, large front porch, elegant shade trees,
tile hearths, slidlngdoars between parlor and dln
lngroom; everything In perfect order: stable on
rear of lot; elegant neighborhood: convenient tu
both steam and cable cars: reason for selling
owner leaving the city. THOS. LIGGETT. 114
Fourth ave. mli3-137-TTFSSn
-I710R SALE-A BARGAIN IF SOLD AT ONCE
J beautiful corner lot on two prominent paved
streets In East End, 46x179: elegant new brick
house; parlor, dining-room, reception hall, li
brary, kitchen and large pantry-room onflrt
floor; 5 bed-rooms, bath and inside w.c. on second
floor; large finished attic, with servant's room,
cedar closet and trunk-room: sliding doors;
speaking tubes, electric bells, perfect in every re
spect, and elegant neighborhood. THOMAS LIG
GETt', No. 114 Fourth avenue. mhS-137-lTTSSU
FOR SALE-A HANDSOME 8HADYSIDE
residence; one of the finest avenues In the
East End: convenient to railroad station; 12 spa
clous rooms and replete throughout with all the
more recent appliances; reception hall, cabinet
mantels, natural gas, bath, lavatory, etc.. etc.;
piazza In front, large lot, side entrance, alley in
rear; everything in prime order; almost new; im
mediate possession given, and price and terms
much less than actual value to a prompt purchaser.-
JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. mh7-26
nine rooms, large lot. Federal st. extension,
near Linden avenue. Second ward, Allegheny:
electric car station: a complete home, eleg&ut and
comfortable; very cheap. A. LEGG ATE SON,
31 Federal St., Allegheny. mh6-7u
FOR SALE-ON THE PARKS, NOKTHAVE..
Allegheny, 2-story brick dwelling of 6 rooms,
bath, 2 finished attics, hall and vestibule, nat.
and art, gas, hot and cold water, inside shutter?.
Inside .w. c, good cellar and laundry; lot 31x110
ft. to.a paved a! ley: the lot alone Is worth what we
are asking for the property: price $10,000. REED
B. COYLE CO., 131 Fonrtli ave. mh7-a
T710R SALE-TENTH WARD, ALLEGHENY,
25 choice lots. Clifton ave. and adjacent sts. ;
city water and both gases; two handsome and
convenient houses and large lots on Clifton ave.
on easy terms; these properties are close to new
Incline and Federal btreet Electric railway: a
handsome 6-room brick on Chartlers st., near
Fayette, at a bargain; four bricks on Voegtly st.
and Madison aye.; these are a first class Invest
ment: also a number of two and three room
houses In Second and Tenth wards, cheap and on
monthly or quarterly payments: a very fine nine
room andmansard brick, modern and complete in
all its appointments; choice location! near the
parks; easy terms. JOHN H. MCCREERY.95
Fifth ave.. v mhl-23-rrs
FOK SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-I5.00O WILE BUY BHICK.HOUSE,
6 rooms, bath, range, etc.. stable, on Locust
street, Allegheny. A. D. WILSON, 65 Federal
street, Allegheny. mh7-8-Thg
IOR BALE-GOOD INVESTMENT: ONLY
la mi fnw txrn nnr S-rnnin fnme dwellings in
Allegheny that rent for 8381 per year. BALTEN
SFEEGEU & WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth avenue.
IOR SALE-CHEAP IF SOLD AT ONCE
rPrirn rerv irreativ redncedi: on Franklin
street, Allegheny: a very desirable residence: 9
rooms: lot 48x130 feet. Call on or address V. A.
HERRON &SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. mh2-12-TTS
Suburb nn Residences.
FOR SALE-FINEST JO-ROOM HOUSE IN
Wilklusburg. corner Franklin and Coal sts.;
with lot 33x132; all A No. t material used In the
construction of this dwelling; It Is perfect In all
Its appointments and commands the attention and
admiration orall who have seen It: price, 84,500:
terms to salt. E. D. WlNGENROTH, 100 Fourth
FOI6 SALE-TWO ACRES OF LAND AT
Howard Station. P. V. and C. railroad, with
fine house, containing seven rooms, water In
kitchen, spring-house, grapery, rrult trees, etc.
This beautiful place Is located in what Is common
ly called Forestville, and only about five mlle9
Irom the city, aud cost only ordinary car fare.
This place wlltbe sold at a great Sacrifice, If sold
soon, or will rent the same reasonable. Apply
soon to O. R.TOUDY, 1721 Carson street. South
FOR SALE-OH TO LEf-ONE OF THE MOST
beautiful suburban places -In Allegheny
conntv: tho house is large, containing 15 rooms,
splendidly finished, and surrounded with wide
verandas; it Is completely fitted up with bath
rooms, water closets and natural gas: there Is a
good stable and handsomefowlhouse: the grounds
arc very beautiful and well Supplied with choice
shrubbery, fruit and ornamental trees; the whole
will be sold, with from 1 to 5 acres of ground, at a
very moderate price. KNOXVILLEO.AND IM
PROVEMENT CO.- 85 Knox avenue. Knoxville
FOR BALE LOTS.
East End Lots.
FOR SALE-SPECIAL BARGAIN-LOTS ON
Linden ave., E,E., .50x150 ft.1 only 835 a ft.;
iota graded: street sewered ana pared, black
& BAIRD, 85 Fourth are.
FOR SALE-3 MINUTES FROM CABLE CARS
on Oakland avenue (which is paved). Oak
land: choice location: lots 50x150 feet W. A.
HERRON SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
EOR SALE-THE BEST LOTS AT THE MONEY
in Oakland fronting Forbes st. and Fifth
ave.. opposite the school house, only 8100 per foot
front. W. A. HEREON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth ave
nue. . mb7-40-TTS
FOR 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,
6103 Penn are.. East End. JalS-12-TTS
FOR SALE-SOMETHING CHEAP-3 LOTS ON
Mellon street 24x110. one square from paved
street In Nineteenth ward; price only 8200 each;
come at once as they will sell soon. MELLON
BROS., 6349 Station St., E. E. mh2-66-TT8U
OR SALE-NOW IS THETLMETO SECURE
a choice building site for a home: 60-foot
streets: no city taxes: Bank of Commerce addition
?lan, Brushton station. Secure colored plan from
OHNF. BAXTER, Agt., 612 Smlthfleld St.
OR SALE-CHOICE LOTS, AT DALLAS STA-
TION, P. R. R., convenient to steam and
street cars: cheap and on easy terms, situation
uusuruasseu: price ranging irom huuioewju, in
quire of D. C. NEGLEY, 6103 Penn ave., Eas
TPOR SALE-ONE OF THE FINEST HUILD
JD 1NG sites in the East End, 196 ft. fronton
prominent st., by 300 ft. deep; within 3 minutes'
walk of Fifth ave. cable cars and 7 minutes of R.
R. station; magnificent view and elegant neigh
borhood; will sell all or half; only 860 per foot;
cheap. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth ave.
FOR 8ALE-GLENWOOD, THE MOST CON
VENIENT suburb of the city; only 12 min
utes by the B. O. ; 21 trains a day each way;
building lots for sale near the station at 8500, 8400.
toOO, fooo, 8700, 8300, 81.000, according to location
and slzeoflotttermstosultpurchasers. GEORGE
C. BURG WIN, Attorney atXaw, 150 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-PRICE 83,000: FINE BUILDING
lot on Locustrreet. Allegheny, 21x129 feet.
A. D. WILSON, 55 Federal street, Allegheny.
FOR SALE-LOTS ON MAPLE .AND LINDEN
avenues and Lombard street. Allegheny, In
tho Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH McNAUGHER, 43 N. Diamond st.
FOR SALE-A FEW OF THOSE FINEBU1LD
INGlots; cheap if sold at once: located on
Nunnery HUl: very easily reached from the
center of Allegheny by Federal st. Incline; price
as low as 400; easy terms. W. A. HERRON
SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
mh7-43-7,9, 12,14,16, 20, 22,27 29
RON & SONS, 80 Fourth are.
IOR SALE-FARM; AT A BARGAIN-DAIRY
and truck larm. 60 acres. Including fine two-
story aweuing, o rooms, siame ana spnngnouse;
8 acres In orchard, apples, pears, cherries,
quinces, grapes, etc.; well and spring water soft;
one-half the property Is rich bottom land: the
whole underlaid with 9-foot vein of coal: sltusled
on Plum Creek Branch, A. V. R. R., one mile from
Verona, Allegheny county: convenient to Pitts
burg; this Is a splendid property, and will be sold
cheap on easy terms. Inquire MORRIS FLEM
ING, 103 Fourth ave. fe2S-3S-TTS
FOR SALE-CITY AND SUBURBAN PROP
ERTIES, manufacturing sites, farms, lumber
and mineral lauds, bend for new price list. L M.
PENNOCK SON, No. 105 Fourth ave.
T7OR SALE-HOUSES AND VACANT LOTS IN
X' Pittsburg, Allegheny, Bellevue, Emsworth,
Glenfield, Osborne, benlckley. East End. Brush
ton, Wllklnsburg, Edgewoodand on the South
Side, lit. Washington, Crafton and Castle Shan
non. J. DERMITT, 407 Grant street.
R SALE-A NUMBER OF NICE PROPER
TIES at Bellevue. on Ft. W. U. R.. .ibont 15
minutes from city, ranging In price from 81.000 to
S3, COO; these arc desirably located, and can be pur
chased on your own terms. For further particu
lars call on THOS. LIOUETT, 114 Fourth ave.
8S.000. Third avenue dwelllnir.
S9.000, Ben Venue, new brick residence.
83,250, Oakland, fine brick houses rooms.
81,600. Brushton, new elegant 5-room frame.
88.000, Forbes street, near Gist, finely finished,
llrick residence of a rooms. All on easy terms.
W. W. MCNEILL BRO., 162 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOB SALE-DRUG STORE IN A TOWN OF
15,000 Inhabitants. Address Z, Dispatch of
fice, ' mhl-J2-Thsu
T710R SALE-A SALOON IN COLUMBUS
jl' unio; price, si.suu.
nERN, Delaware, Ohio.
Address MATT HEF-
FOR SALE-81.600-FINE RETAIL GROCERY:
good location In Allegheny; established
trade. W. W. MCNEILL BRO., 162 Fourth
FOR SALE-S200-UNUSUAL BUSINESS OP
POR1 UNITY: right party with over 2u0 can
make fiou) to 85.000 annually managing branch
office. DUNLAP ELECTRIC CO.. Knoxville,
FOR SALE-4JNE OF THENICEST ANDBEST
PAY1NG grocery stores In the city; stock
fresh, trade good; rent low; living rooms connect
ed; call at once. RALTENSPEKGEB & WILL
IAMS, 154 Fourth ave. mh6-54
FOR SALE DRYGOOD3 AND NOTION
store: great bargain to good party who will
buy Immediately, or will take real estate In ex
change: send for farm and exchange list. N. F.
HURST, Rochester, Fa mh5-40-Tis
FOR SALE-BAKERY AND CONFECTION
ERY on good street near heart of city; good
trade established; living rooms connected: satis
factory reasons for selling. BALTENSFEEGEB
WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth avenue. mh7-53
FOR SALE-A RETAIL GROCERY BUSINESS
(an old-established stand), with good paying
trade: one ofthe best thoroughfares In Allegheny;
stock and fixtures worth about 83.000: business
about 830,000. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth
ave., 1'lttsbafg.- mn7-26
FOR SALE-SHOE STOKE-BEST TOWN IN
Western Pennsylvania: established 19 years:
best location In the city; stock small: will sell
cheap; present proprietor must-retire owing to
roorneaiin; a gooa cnance ior a lire man. Ad
ress SHOE, Dispatch office. mli5-56
FOR SALE-STORES. STORES. STORES;
drug, dry goods, grocery, notion, shoe, tea,
cigar and tobacco stores, bakeries, hotels, restaur
ants, conlectloncrles, hoarding houses, coal
works, etc. ; 100 good city business chances lor
men or women. SHEPARD CO.. 54 Filth ave.
FOR SALE-CHEAP-A -BRICKYARD WITH
machinery, necessary material, in good run
ning order; or will exchange for city property;
will be soldXme-half cash and the balance to bo
taken out In brick, or as buyer may desire: owner
sick and cannot attend to. Inquire at 133 CHEST
NUT bT Allegheny. mh3-6-TTSu
FOR SALE-S8,500-SECOND WARD. ALLE
GUENY.anew two-story and mansard brick
building containing storeroom, 6 dwelling rooms
and bath, wide halls and vestibule, nat. and art.
gas; on rear of lots-room dwelling, lot 20x100 ft. ;
storeroom occupied by a grocery, with a good es
tablished trade; will sell stock and fixtures: a rare
business chance. JJEED B. COYLK- CO.. 131
Fourth ave. mb7-2l
TTIOR SALE-WISHING TOLEAVBTHE CITY.
1? will olfer for sale my old established busi
ness, with new building property and all appli
ances contained therein, on one ofthe most prom
inent streets of Allegheny .City; everything In
first-class condition; also all manufactured stock
and fine stock raw material: this is a rare chance
to a party wishing tostep into a first-class busi
ness with. a good, trade. Address BUSINESS,
Dispatch omce. ," r ,- -" mh7-96
nWS BALE-WIBHING TO .RETIRE, I OFJTER
AT my 'old established bdsiness stand (with or
wtthoutstock):dolng820,000annually;s tore, ware
house, dwelling and stable: 3 hoursfrom Pitts
burg, on C. P. R. R.. general storerKensington,
COl. Co.. d. C. E RICHARDS. fel3-30-EOD
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
machinery and Metals.
IOR SALE-2 HORIZONTAL ENGINES, 18x22,
1 RkII pnfffn0 I im.ll lTiiinnina ZlaDlDBana
meatchoppers, rendering kettles, etc. VELTE
MCDONALD, Penn ave.; cor. Thirty-second St.
TTIOR SALE-NEW AND SECOND-HAND
D machinery: engines from 4-horse power up.
boilers, pumps, etc.: call or write for prices.
FAHEY & PFALLEB, Faber and Washington
sts., near Union depot. ap24-v35X-TT3
FOR SALE-MORTGAGES I JU0RTGAGE3
from 8500, 11,000, 81,500 and upward, bearing
6per cent Interest, approved by attorney. These
mortgages are nearly all purchase money mort
gages. An excellent investment for anybody.
Apply to O. H. TOUDY, 1721 Carson street. South
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock. Sec
FOR SALE-SCOTCH DEERHOUND BITCH, 3
years old. Inquire at N O. 331 CARSON ST.
FOR SALE-SCOTCH COLLIES: A FEW
choice thoroughbred puppies cheap; from
pedigreed and prize-winning stock. Address K.
W. ISENTHAL, P. O. Box 958, Pittsburg, Pa.
FOR SALE-CHEAP-THE ENTIRE OFFICE
furniture and fixtures of the German Fire
Insurance Company: 2 iron safes, counters, desks,
chairs, bookcases, carpets, stoves aud partitions;
as the company Intends moving during the month
to their own building. No. GO! Wood street. GER
MAN FIttEINS. CO.,cor.Slxthave.and Woodst.
TO LET-6 ROOMS, ATTIC, BATH. RANGE,
etc. ; Fifth ayenue. near Washington st. : 830
per mo. W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth
TO LET-BRICK HOUSE OF 8 ROOMS, HALL,
bath, both gases:' good cellar: 4ZS Webster
ave,, cor. Trent St.. near Penn Incline or Center
ave. cars. W. J. PRENTICE, 1D09 Liberty ave.
TO LET-NO. 163 FORTY-THIRD STBEET-8
rooms (now being put In first-class order) : S
per mo. ; possession can be had at once: rent free
to AprUnext. W.A.HERRON SONS.80 Fourth
TO LET-AT 817 50 PER MO.-OWNEB FUR
NISHES nat. gas for fuel; brick house or 8
rooms, and late improvements: No. 207 Plymouth
St.: rent free until April 1, 1839; (wUl rent with
Firlvllege to buy, and all money paid as rent cred
ted toward the purchase money, which can be
Said In monthly Installments ot 20. W. A.
RERUN SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
mhl-41-2, 5,7,9, 12
East End Residences.
TO LET-EAST END HOUSES: QUITE A
number; call or send for printed list free . W.
A. HERRON SONS, 80 fourth arenue.
TO LET-EAST END DWELLINGS. LARGE
and small. Call or send for printed list free.
W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
TO LET-AT 83) AND 822 PER Ma. GOOD
houses of 6 and 6 rooms at Shadyslde; near
cable and steam cars. W. A. HERRON & SONS,
80 Fourth avenue. mb7-i5
TO LET-NEW EAST END RESIDENCE,
Just completed, 9 rooms, elegantly finished,
latest Improvements, near steam and cable cars.
W. A. HERRON SONS, 8 Fourth avenue.
Ty LET-ON REBECCA ST.. TWENTIETH
ward, house of 10 rooms, with bath and laun
dry: furnace In cellar: large lot with fruit trees,
grapes In abundance: beautiful location; also
small cottage with garden and grape aibor;rent
cheap. Inquire at 2909 PENN AVK mh7-93
TO LET-EAST END -HOUSES-ON AIKEN
avenne, 7 rooms, 30 per mo.; also on Howe
St., 8 rooms, (35 per mo.: also on Ellsworth ave
nue, 6 rooms. 825 per month: also oh St. Clair st.,
one square from Penn, 6 rooms, (27 50 per month.
W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
TO LEI -BRICK HOUSE ON MEADOW ST.,
between Lincoln and Park aves.. East End.
10 rooms, bathroom, hot and cold water, natural
gas, good cellar, stable on lot; rent 8500 Der annum.
Inquire NEXT DOOR, or or DAVID BLAIR,
Liberty ave. and Edmund St., Twentieth ward.
TO LET-AT HAZELWOOD, NEW HOUSE OF
9 rooms, late improvements, near station;
location first class; possession can be had at once,
free to April 1, 1889. W. A. HERRON SONS,
80 Fourth ave. mhG-56-WTS
TO LET-SEVERAL SMALL HOCSE31NSEC
OND and Tenth wards. JOHN II. Mc
CREERY, 95 Fifth ave. mhl-23-TTS
TO LET-NO. 82 SHEFFIELD STRKET, ALLE
GHENY new house of 9 rooms: latest im
provements. W. A. HERRON SONS. 80 Fourth
TO LET-NO. 103 FAYETTE STREET, ALLE
GHENY 8 rooms. late improvements: 8400 per
year. W. A. HERRON SONS. 80 Fourth
TO LET -EIGHT-ROOMED BRICK HOUSE ON
Jackson street, Allegheny, In first-class or
der. STRAUB MORRIS, corner Wood street
and Third avenne, Pittsburg. mli7-6
TO LET-RENT ONLY 810 A MONTH. CLIF
TON place. Second 'ward. Allegheny, near
new electric railway, containing 10 elegant rooms,
salon, parlors, wide hall, natural and artificial
gas, stable and carriage bouse; all necessary con
veniences: 7 acres of ground covered with rrult
and shrnbbcry surround this beautiful home, thus
making It one of the most desirable. BLACK
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. mh7-50-D
TO LET-ON BIDDLE ST., WILKINSBTJRG
new bouse, 8 rooms, late improvements: near
station: possession can be bad at once; rent low.
W. A. HEREON SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
TO LET-BEATJTIl-UL COTTAGE, EDGE
WOOD Station, P. E. B., 2 minutes' walk
from station, of 7 rooms, reception ball, natural
gas, well water, etc.: large gronnds; 125 a month,
BLACK BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. mh7-60-D
TO LET-THE BEST GARDEN FARM AT Mc
KEE'S Rocks. Inquire Ho. 638 LIBERTY
ST., Pittsburg. mb7-84-EOD
TO LET-FARM 160 ACRES. 2 MILES FROM
Saltsbnrg, half mile rrom White station.
West Penn Railroad: house, 6 rooms, barn, etc
A. D. WILSON, 55 Federal street, Allegheny.
TO LET-THE DWEEE1NG HOUSE AND
stable now occupied bv Dr. Johnston, Butler
street, Etna. Inquire or GEORGE SEEL, Wlhle
street, Etna. mb7-5
TO LET-AT HAKMERVILLE, STX-ROOMEO
bouse with large storeroom attached: good
grocery stand. Address MRS. MARY McCRUM,
Box 13, Hoboken, Pa. mh4-33
TO LET-NICE SUBURBAN HOME, NEAR
cltyllue, with 2 or 4 acres of ground: plenty
of fruit; hard and soft water: framehouse,8rooms;
hall, porches, etc. A. D. WILSON, 55 Federal
street, Allegheny. mh7-9
TO "LET IN SHARPSBURG-8-EOOMED
house with large storeroom attached: good
grocery stand: reasons for giving up poor health.
Address I. MCLAUGHLIN, Sharpsburg, Fa., or
can he seen ON PREMISES, corner Twentieth St.
and Main. mh6-19
IO LET-FURNlSnED FRONT ROOMS.
with board, to gentlemen only. Annlr at 9
ARCH ST., Allegheny. re2S-62-IhStt
TO LET-CENTRALLY LOCATED IN ALLE
GHENY, double parlors on second floor;
will furnish one as bedroom If desired. Address
B. L. L., Dispatch office. mh7-85
TO LET ELEGANT NEW FURNISHED
rooms Tor gcntsnnly. In the large new build
ing on the corner of Boyd and Watson sts. ; refer
ences required; inquire on the premises. P.
TO LET-IN THE MOST CONVENIENTLOCA
TK)N In the city, double parlors! No. 720
Penn avenue, corner Eighth street; suitable for
doctor or dentist offices: can be had for sleeping
apartments, with board ir desired. mhl-31
TO LET-STORE AND DWELLING. J0. 148
Wylie ave. I. M. PENNOCK SON. 105
Fourth ave. mhJ-a-TTS
TO LET-WAREHOUSE, WOOD 8T.-LARGE
4-story warehouse, cor. First ave. and Wood
St.: 30-foot front; telephone 335. II. T. MORRIS.
106 Fourth ave. mh2-18-TTS
TO LET-ELEGANT BUSINESS STAND. NO.
173 Fifth aye., opp. Court House, running
through to ylle ave. : plate glass fronts on both
streets. J. C. RE1LLY, 77 Diamond St. mil 6-13
TO LET-SECOND AVENUE, NEAR WOOD
st., large 3-story warehouse, private office,
etc: now occupied as commission house: only
(1,000 per year. BLACK BAIED.S5 Fourth are.
TO LET-ELEGANT STOREROOM WITH
plate-glass front; fine opening for bakery and
comec'ionery imna. ana glass orieweiry ousi.
ness: first-class retail location. Apply to J. U,
j.in.r.n, juv x iiiuavenue.
TO LET-OR FOR HALE -A NO. 1 BUTCHER
establishment, two young horses, two new
wagons; one new barouche, upright engine and
holler, steam chopper, kettles, etc.: a fine, large
slaughter house and a No. 1 business, butcher
shop and route: a good chance for a live man:
renson for selling, owner is sick. Inquire of
JNO. WESLEY, 7231 Tioga. St., Homewood, . E.
rT!0 LET-SMALL HOUSES IN ALL PARTS
A. HEBRON S0'NS, 80 Fourth avenue. " tf,J
mn7-u-7,9,u,u,ii,u -. f.
.- Offices, Desk Room,; &c
TOLET-FKONTOFFICEON FIRST FLOOR,
suitable for physician's ofilce, with use ot an
adjoining room during ofilce hours. 51 EAST
DIAMOND, Allegheny. mh7-85
TO LET-FRONT OFFICES AT (20OPER YR.,
with elevator. Jieat and Janitor service. In the
VDallmeyer block." 80 Fourth avenue. W. A.
HERRON SONS, 80 fourth avenue.
mhMO-2, 5, 7,T, 12, 14, 16, a, 23
TO EET-CHEAP-OFFICES WELL LIGHTED
and desirable. In that fine new building cor.
or Federal and Isabella sts., Allegheny. W. A.
HERRON SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
TO LET- IN THE McCANCE BLOCK,
Smlthfleld. Liberty and Seventh avenue,
well-lighted offices, each room frontln g on a prin
cipal street; passenger and merchandise eleva
TO LET SINGLE AND CONNECTING
rooms In the Garrison buildings, cor. Wood
and Water streets, and Third ave. and Wood
street; also warehouse and basement No. 213
Wood St. Inquire at A. GARRISON FOUNDRY
CO., li and 12 Wood st. jal8-41
TO LET-NEW OFFICES: SPLENDID LIGHT.
The Germania Savings Bank. 423 Woodst.,
having changed the Interior or 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
PERSONAL-BOOKS WANTED-IF YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth 81,000. let ns know: we will buy one as
quickly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK STORE.
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. fe20
PERSONAL YOU WILL BE A LONGTIME
dead, but a, short time alive, so he np and
make the best of It: see that your 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 repalrlngrglve him a trial. Telephone 1558. a8
T OST-GOLD EYEGLASSES. WITH FINE
XJ goia cnain atiacnea, Detween Aiicgnenyave.
and E. Diamond St., on Tuesday evening. Lib
eral reward IT brought to No. 91 MIDDLE ST.,
NOTICE TO BOSS BAKERS OF P1T18
BURCJ, Allegheny and surrounding; towns,
that the employment bureau of the National
Bakers' Union No. 27,has removed from Jeffer
son Hail, Allegheny, to corner of Fifth avenue
and Smlthfleld street, Pittsburg.
Entrance on Fifth avenue, opposite Kanf
manns'. fe26-MThs COMMITTEE.
County Commissioner's Office, i
Pittsburg. February 27. 1889.
fTTHE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WILL
X hold appeals on the following named dis
Thursday. March 7. Chartlers township.
By order of Conntv Commissioners.
R. E. MERCER,
GEORGE Y. McKEE,
P. W. SIEBERT. Clerk. mh253
NOTICE TO BUTLDERS-A TWO AND
one-half story frame building, 18x75, to
gether 'with ontnonses and additions, located
on the west side of McClare avenue, Allegheny
City, immediately north of the P., Ft. W. & C.
Ry., formerly owned by William 'Weiser, will
be sold, to be removed from the premises on or
before the 1st day of May, 1889. Bids will be
received until Saturday, 16th March. 1SS9, at
the office of the undersigned In the Pennsyl
vania Company building, Penn avenne between
Tenth and Eleventh streets.
mhfi-45 Chief Engineer Ohio Connecting R. R.
T)ROPOSALS FOR LOCK ON MUSKIN
JT GUM RIVER U. S. Engineer Office,
ZanesvUle. O., February 13, 1SS9.
Sealed proposals, in dnplicate, for famishing
material and constructing a nev masonry lock
in the Musklngrnm River at TaylorsviIIe, Ohio,
10 miles below ZanesvUle, will be received at this
office until 1 P. 3f., Central time, on Thursday,
the 4th day of April, 1889. All Information fur
nished on application to Lieut. Lansinz H,
Beach, Corps of Engineers, Zanes
ville, Ohio. The attention of bid
ders is invited to the Acts of Con
gress approved February 28, 1885. and February
23, 1887. WILLIAM E. MERRILL. Lient.
Col, of Engineers. mh3-101-l.5.6,7,ffl,a)
ESTATE OF M. F. LUD WIG, DECEASED
Notice is hereby given that letters of
administration on the estate of 31. F. Ludwig,
deceased, late ofthe Seventh ward, City of Al
legheny, have been granted to the under
signed, to whom all persons indebted to said es
tate are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims or demands
against the same will make them known with
out delay. J. W. LUDWIG, II Federal street,
J. B. SWEITZER, 96 Diamond street.
TESTATE OF J. B. SWEITZER, DE
JLVJ CEASED Executrix's Notice Notice is
hereby given that letters testamentary on
the estate of J. B. Sweitzer, late of Allegheny
City, county of Allegheny, and State of Penn
sylvania, deceased, have been granteti to the
undersigned, to whom ail persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make immediate
payment, and those having claims or demands
against the same will make tbem known with
out delay to MARY H. SWEITZER, Execu
trix, 81 Beech street, Allegheny. fe"-S3-Th
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
application will be made to the Governor
of Pennsylvania on THURSDAY, March 21,
1889, by Allen Marthens, Frank Wilcox, Edwin
E. Little, Walter D. Uptegraff and Cnarles C.
Wolfe, under the general corporation act of
1871, and it3 supplements, for the charter of an
intended corporation, to be called the Turtle
Creek Valley Electric Light Company, the
purpose of which is to supply light, heat
and power by means of electricity to tbe pnblic
at and within tbe townships of North Ver
sailles, Pattoru Braddock and Wilkins, in tbe
county of Allegheny, and State of Pennsylva
nia, and for these purposes to have, possess
and enjoy all the rights, benefits and privileges
of said corporation act and its supplements.
DALZELL, SCOTT & GORDON.
DEPABT1IENT OP PUBLIC WORKS,
PTTTSBUEO, Pa. February 28, 1889. (
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
report of Viewers on the damages caused
by the grading of Oakland street, from Fifth
avenue to Bates street, has been approved by
Councils, which action will be final, unless an
appeal is filed in the Court of Common Pleas
within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIOELOW,
f e2S-6 Chief of Department of Public Works.
Department of Public "Works, i
Pittsburg. February 23, 1SS9. (
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Viewers' reports on the construction of
sewers on Erin street, from Webster avenue to
Wylie avenue, and Reed street, from Miller
street to Colwell street, bave been approved by
Councils, which action will bo final," unless an
appeal is filed In the Court, of Common Fleas
within ten 10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
TO JOB PRINTERS-SEALED PROPO
SALS will be received up until March 15.
lbS9, at 3 o'clock P. M., for the printing and
binding for tbe several departments ot the
city government for tbe ensuing year. Blanks
for bidding and information furnished on ap-
Blication to the office of the City Controller,
onds to be furnished as required in specifica
tions. The right to accept or reject any or all
bids reserved. E. S. MORRO W, Controller.
Department of Pttblic Works, 1
PITTSBURG, February 28, 1889. f
NOTICE IS HJSREBY GIVEN THAT THE
reports of Viewers on the opening of
Carnegie street, from Fifty-second street to
McCandless street, and Kent alley, from Stan
ton avenue to Fifty-second street, bave been
approved by Councils, which action will be
final, unless an appeal is filed in the Court of
Common Pleas within ten (10) days from date.
E. 31. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
.Department ot Public Works, i
Pittsburg. Pa.. March 4. 18S9.
-VrOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
JN assessment for the grading, paving and
curbing of Rippey street, from Hlland avenue
to Negley avenue, is now ready for examina
tion and correction, and will remain In this
office for ten (10) days, alter which It will be
returned to the City Treasurer for collection.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Pnblic Works.
Crrr Treasurer's Office, i
Municipal Hall, Smlthfleld street. (
NOTICE IS HEREBTGIVEN THAT ALL
owners. (whether residents or non-residents
of the city of Pittsburg) of drays, carts,
wagons, carriages, buggies, etc., must pay their
license at this ofilce forthwith. All licenses not
paid on or before first Monday in March, 18SS,
will be placed in the hands of police officers for
collection, subject to a collection fee or 50
cents, and all persons neglecting to pay on or
before first Monday in May, 1889, will bo sub
ject to a penalty double the amount of the
license, to be recovered before the proper legal
authorities ot said city The old mctalplate of
last year must be returned at the time licenses
are taken out, or 25 cents additional will be
charged on tbe license. Rates of license: Each
one-horse vehicle, $6 00: each two-horse vehicle.
f 10 00: each four-horse vehicle, S12 00: each f our
horse back, 115 00: omnibus and timber wheels
drawn by two horses, J10 00. One- extra dollar
will be charged for each additional horse used
in above specified vehicles.
J". F. DENNISTON,
"feM-70-D City Treasurer.
; ? Continued on Benenlh andZtiiahth Pzn-
AUCTION BALB9. -
A UCTION BALE OF DRUG STORE TO
A Quit Business. TO DRUGGISTSt-TM
undersigned will offer for sals at nubile aactisnii
his Drug Store, sitnate No. 170T Carson street," ,
Southsidcon SATURDAY, JlarchIS.at2P.X. 1
This is tbe best known and oldest drug store
on tbe Southside, and in fumishment and com
pleteness oi detail will compare with any lnino
city. Fixtures, counters, nrescrintioa case.
drawers, etc, solid walnut. Six show cases,
two finest prescription scales, one marbled
counter scale, one Fairbanks counter
scale, safe, eta, etc The stock Is cos
plete in every detail, and an insnection of the
premises is cordially extended to intefidtaff,
purchasers. This is a rare chance and one that
does not often present itself. Sale absolute g ;
uiKuc9b uiuucr. eiuia caau. xi.axiirw,
SCHWARM, 1707 Carson street, Pittsburgh 8.
a., sriL. u.mjaiTxrat, Auctioneer. t
TTRACTTVE AUCTION HALE
HOWA.X JlUlliMl li, llAUUll 8,
At 10 o'clock, at 311 Market street.
Fine walnut oak, cherry and mahogany I
chamber suits, bedsteads, bureaus, wash
stands, French plate mirror door ward
robe?, wood art tables, fancy rockers, fine brass
piano lamp, two pianos, fine French clock, cost
S125: elezant parlor suits in brocateUes. silk, fins
parlor lamp, bookcases, cupboards, extensloa.1:
taoies, cnina, glass ana silverware, stoves; oea- ,
ding; brussels and ingrain carpets, hall racks,
desks, chiffoniers, folding- beds, toilet ware,
pictures, etc Also lot of snndries, notions: etc
HENRY AUCTION CO, LLU
C3LU V VJ EXTBAl- ,
Gala Week, Commencing
fFIRST TIME HEBE
Mr. Wm. J. Gilmore's
Grand Spectacular Triumph, the
12 TWELVE 12
Under the management of
CHARLES H. YALE.
100 people on the stage. The most elaborate
production ever witnessed in Pittsburg. 4o in
the Ballet. 3 Famous Premiers.
THE GREATEST OF SPECTACLES,
fflie Remlar Bijonjrices, fsss.aa
SALE OF SEATS OPEN TO-DAY,
9 O'CLOCK. mh7
GRAND OPERA HOUSE-EXTRA.
E.D. WILT Lessee and Manages
NEXT WEEK I
Farewell joint appearances of tbe comedians,
- WM. H. CRANE,
And their Company, presenting Bronson How.
ard's great comedy,
Original Scenery, Properties, MusicEtc
PRICES Parquet and first two rows of
Circle, SI 50; balance of Parquet Circle, $1;
first two rows Dress Circle, 75c, balance, 50c;
Gallery, 25c Seats now on sale. mh7
Every Afternoon and Evening,
March U .T.H. Wallick's Cattle King;
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
JMR. JOSEPH MURPHY.
Week March 11 Robson and Crane in "Tha
Henrietta," -1 t mh7
j Week of March 4.
Kennedy Mack Frank and John. Cnpon
ties Charles and Alice. The smallest living
being now on earth. Admission 10 cents. Open
from 10 A. M. to 10 P. K. mb3-42.
JjARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY-TO-NIGHT.
Matinees Tnesdiy, Thursday and Saturday.
IJLLY CLAYS'S COLOSSAL BURLESQUE
LJOU THEATER TO-NIGHT
Next Week "The Twelve Temptations."
IN KNOXVILLE. .
We have yet a few of those beautiful homes
First A very beautiful 5-room house, with
natural gas, water, etc, for 320U cash and
J19 3 per month.
Second A lovely 4-room cottage, 3200 cash,
and 518 33 per month.
Third A beautiful 3-room cottage, S200 cash;
$15 33 per month.
Fourth We have also a number of other
handsome properties on equally reasonable
OS-Take Southside cars to Twelfth street,
and ML Oliver Incline, or to Thirteenth street,
and the Electric Railway.
OFFICE, 85 KNOX AVENUE,
mh3-TT8Sa KNOXVILLE BOROUGH.
. TO LET.
AN ELEGANT ROOM for general business
?urposes, with or without power, is now
or rent in the new Dispatch building
on Diamond street, above Smlthfleld.
It Is 85 feet in length by 20 feet wide In front
and 30 feet at rear. SPLENDIDLY
LIGHTED FROM ALL FOUR SIDES.
Arranged admirably for offices and workroom.
Rent with "power, electric light, steam
heating, passenger and freight elevator
service, very moderate.
Situation most central in Pittsburg.
Apply between 11 A. if. and 4 p. ic at
NEW DISPATCH BUILDING,
75, 77 and 79 Diamond street.
Pass tbe door of a new 10-room, brick house, all
modern improvements, extra well built (not
built for sale), on good part of Fifth avenue,
Oakland. Immediate possession. Removal of
owner from the city is cause of sale. Terms
part cash, balance at 5 per cent. SAMUEL W.
BLACK & CO., S9 Fourth ave. mh7-88
CONSUME YOUR OWN GARBAGE IN
stoves and ranges while nsinir the same for
cooking, or any other purpose, by using theT Jt
jcureita uaroage earner, r or iuustrauTs or
cular, containing full information, call on or
63 East Diamond street;
Je5.n57.TT3 Allegheny. Pay
Walter j. osbokjje. richabd Uakbows.
BARROWS & OSBORNE
80 Diamond street,
Telephone Ha STi " '
41 sevenia avenne,
Telephone 1344. seS-nWrrs
1 E. LINKENHEIMER,
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