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THE ETETSBTTKG DISPATCH
SUNDAY, r MARCH- - -81, ' ' 1889.
rFOR A BIG BONANZA.
What the Latest Scheme to Gel 2,000
, Merchants Here Means.
WHOLESALE PURCHASES TO BOOH.
Hundreds of Thousands Secured bj Boston
in Just That Way.
PLAK TO SELL VEGETABLES BI WEIGHT
The retail grocers of the surrounding
country, within a radius oi 200 miles, in ad
dition to the 75 delegates to the State Con
vention, from this State, will take this city
by storm during the week beginning Mon
day, April 22. It is estimated that there
will be about 2,000 of them in town during
the week. Each of them will, in all proba
bility leaveorders for goods which, in the
segregate, msT amount to hundreds of
thousands oi aoiiars. j.ne visi
tors will be taken about the city and shown
the sights. If any of the grocers from the
remote country districts do not "see the ele
phant," from the hinges on.his trunk to the
fly brush, on his tail, it will not be because
they were not given an opportunity to view
The object of the scheme is to bring the
grocers into the city twice a year to pur
chase goods. The idea originated in Boston,
and has been worked there very success
fully. Percy 3?. Smith, who is always "on
the alert for the Pittsburg grocers interests,
and who will be responsible for the great
influx oFvisitors, in 'speaking of the scheme
JTARROW BAILBOAD EMTSSABIES.
"We were not sure that we could hold the
festivities until this morning, owing to the
narrow minded policy of some of the railroad
companies here, who did not want to
pre us reduced rates. A meeting of the
Pittsburg Association of Railroad Passenger
Agents was held this morning In the offices bf
Pennsylvania Company, and it was finally
agreed that a rate of two cents per mile be
made for all points beyond 50 miles and within
a radius of 200 miles of PittSburg. This will
enable the outside dealers to come to the city
and see what kind of merchants there are
The programme of the week, which will be
known as -Merchants Week," will include visits
to the Davis Island Dam, the Edgar Thomson
Steel Works, the National Tube Works, the
inclined planes, the Allegheny parks,
Phipps' conservatories, water works and all
the principal industrial establishments. Steam
boats haTe been chartered to convey the gro
cers from this city to Davis Island. Bessemer
and McKeesport. On Thursday evening a ban
quet will be given, and on Friday carriages
will be provided for the visitors to ride about
the city. This will be in addition to the ban
quet and other festivities of delegates to the
State Convention. Their banquet will be held
in Lafayette Hall on Wednesday evening.
The whole object of the scheme is to intro
duce the grocers living around Pittsburg to the
wholesalers of this city. Pittsburg has little
trade beyond a distance of 75 miles from here,
and in Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and
Baltimore the wholesalers smile at us as If we
belonged to some cross-country settlement.
There is no reason in the world why all the
merchants of Pittsburg cannot have a good
trade In such towns as Altoona, Sharon, Green
ville. Youngstown. etc
THE SCOPE OF IT.
We want to get as far east as Harrisburg,
and think we can do so. Why, the idea of the
retail business men in Johnstown beinV sup
plied by Philadelphlans, and the men in Union
town going to Baltimore for their supplies, is
preposterous. There is no reason for It, and if
we made some effort we would get this money
into our city.
Pittsburg to-day stands seventh in the Clear
ing House; but, when I mentioned our whole
sale grocers at a banquet in Cleveland, the
merchants there smiled at me. If the scheme
has worked well in Boston, there Is no reason
why it cannot be worked here. In that city a
permanent organization has been formed for
the-purpose. but we will try it for a week first,
to see how it works.
Xheiailroadsupon which excursion,tickets
will be sold are the Pennsylvania lines fast and
west of Pittsburg, the Allegb4p,y Valley, Pitts
burg and Western, PittSburg and Tiki Erie,
Wheeling ana Lake Erie Ohio Valley. Cleve
land, Akron ana columDus, v alley naiiway.
New York, Lake Erie and Western, New York,
Pennsylvania and Ohio, Lake Snore and Michi
gan Sonthern, the Baltimore and Ohio and the
Shenango and Allegheny roads.
In addition to t be. reduced railroad rate, we
have secured low rates at all the hotels.
At the meeting of the State Association a
proposition will be made to reduce the per
capita tax from $1 to 50 cents. The matter
of selling vegetables by weight to consumers
will also be acted upon. A. number of
grocers are doing this now, and the scheme
will likely be generally adopted. A uni
form pass' book will be submitted for adop
tion. An effort will be made to stop price
cutting and the handling of adulterated
goods. P. B. Thurber, the millionaire
grocer of -New Xork, will be present, and
will make an address at the banouet.
The yolks of six eggs well beaten; add two
caps white sugar, three-quarters cup butter,
one enp sweet milk, three and a half enps
flour having in it one measure "Banner"
Baking Powder; add with the flour the
whites of two eggs beaten stiff; bake in
Por the Icing. Take one cocoanut: re
move the shell; pare and grate; add to it the
whites of four eggs well beaten and one
quarter pound powdered sugar; mix well to
gether; spread this on the layers of the cake
when they get cold.
There is no economy in using inferior and
so-called cheap baking preparations. It
would beArell for the economical and pru
dent housewife to count the cost and final
expense in the use of an inferior baking
powder and compare the different results,
which are largely in favor of the -high test
pure cream tartar powder. The Banner
Powder is composed of 99 per cent pure
crystal cream tartar, giving it the most pow
erful leavening force, hence it always does
more and better work with a given quantity
of flour than any other.
The "Banner Recipe Book" is replete
with valuable household information for
baking tea biscuit, rolls, muffins and all
kinds of fancy cakesj instructions for roast
ing meats, fish and fowl; for preparing
French ana mayonnaise dressing, and mak
ing all kinds of desserts. Every lady should
have one of these books.
Order a pound can with the Banner Re
cipe Book from your grocer. If he cannot
supply the book send your address to B. B.
Powder Company, P. O. Box 245, Pittsburg,
Pa., and we will mall it free.
HOUSE CLEANING MADE EASY.
Scourene to clean windows.
Scourene to clean"woodwork.
Scourene to clean bathtubs.
Scourene to clean marble slabs.
Scourene to clean tinware.
Scourene 5 cents a cake.
Yon Will Nerd China Mattings
When the warm weather gets here. Such a
stock as we now show cannot be found else
where in the West.
627 and 629 Penn avenue.
i if mi&' ji
vs?V H I B" "t j
A REMARKABLE FIRE.
The Splendid Chambers Dlanslon In the
East End limited .Mysteriously A Mng
nlflcent but Expensive Scene.
At 7 o'clock last evening the colored dri
ver in the employ of Mr. Xawrence Dil
worth, who has been ocenpying the old
Chambers mansion on Fifth aveuue, oppo
site Amberson avenue, discovered a fire in
one of the upstairs rooms, and immediately
notified Engine Company No. 14. By the
time the firemen reached the scene1 the blare
had become so large that more than a Bab
cock was needed to control it, and when th
line of hose. was extended to the place,
which is situated on a knoll about POO feet
from Fifth avenue, the fire had gaineu "o
rapidly that an alarm from 231 wa. .ent
Assistant Chief Coates on reaching the
scene sent in second and third alarms. The
fire meanwhile gained rapidly. The flames
leaped from every window, making a beau
tiful sight and were not subdued until the
entire building was in ruins.
Mr. Dilworth's nroDertv had all been
packed up preparatory to removal to his
handsome new residence, about 100 yards
away, at the foot of the hill; in fact, three
wagon loads of stuff had been taken away
yesterday afternoon, the wagon having just
departed with the third load when the fire
Some of the furniture was saved, mainly
that in the lower portion of the house; but
it was very, little in comparison with the
large amount destioyed. Among other
things were a couple of trunks containing
jewely, etc Mr. Dilworth estimated the
loss on his furniture at $5,000, which is
covered by insurance, but in what compa
nies he conld not tell, as the policies were
not at hand.
The destroyed Chambers mansion was at
one time considered one of the handsomest
residences in the county. It was built of
brick, with stone trimmings, trad was shaped
quite like a cros, having two towers facing
Fifth avenue. The house was situated on a
knoll, affording a beautiful view of the en
tire Past Liberty Valley, while the grounds
surrounding the building were large and
laid out in excellent design. The building
was owned by Mr. "Walton Perguson, who at
present resides in Hartford. Conn., and was
valued at about $35,000. This loss was
fully covered by insurance, but in what
companies is not known.
Just how the fire originated is a mystery.
Mr. Dilworth stated that there were no fires
in the house at the time, and he was at a
loss to know the origin. The fire caused a
great deal of excitement and thousands of
people flocked to the scene.
Travel on the Past End branch of the
Pifth avenue traction road was suspended
for a time, ,the tracks being crossed by hose.
The suspension did not last long, however,
as a force of men were on hand who lifted
the hose and passed it over the tops of the
cars, allowing them to run under.
SI. Last Month. SI.
April is positively the last month for $1
per dozen cabinets at Elite Gallery, 516
Market street, Pittsburg. Come early and
bring children, rain or shine. "Use elevator.
PrrrsBUBO, March 30, 1SS9.
THE BOARD OK DIRECTORS OF THE
Tuna Oil Company have this day declared
a quarterly dividend of four (4) per cent., pay
able on and after April 3 next, at the office of
the company. No. 6f Fourth avenue.
GEO. W. COCHRAN,
mh30-35 Secretary and Treasurer.
JL ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
On the beach, sea end of Virginia avenue.
Steam heat, electric bells. Will open Febru
ary 9. 18S9.
jal3-72-MWTSn BUCK & McCLELLAN.
BY HENRY AUCTION CO.
TMPORTANT AND ATTRACTIVE
FINE FURNITURE. CARPETS, PIANOS &
HOUSEHOLD GOODS FROM DEAL
ERS AND HOUSEKEEPERS
Removed to the auction Tooms for convenience
of sale. TUESDAY MORNING April 2, at 10
o'clock, superior parlor suits in satin, broca
telle, plush and mohair, art tables and chairs,
piano fortes, lace curtains and draperies, mir
rors, handsome chamber -furniture, dressers,
mirror doored wardrobes, chera! glasses, cheff
oniers, marble clocks, mantel cabinets and
ornaments, elegant dining room sideboards,
leather seat chairs, china, glass and silverware,
library book cases, desks, couches and lounges,
hail racks, office desks and chairs, bedding,
hair and other mattresses, stoves, kitchen and
laundry f urnlshments, etc, etc A full and
complete assortment of household furniture
and carpets, both new and second-hand, from
dealers and housekeepers, with instructions to
close out at once for cash to close accounts.
HENRY AUCTION CO., LUL,
mb.31-91 311 Market street.
BULLETIN OF AUCTION SALES BY
HENRY AUCTION CO., LIM.
TUESDAY, APRIL 2, at the rooms, 3D- Mar
ket st., at 10 o'clock, fine carpets and furniture,
FRIDAY, APRIL 5, at 10 o'clock, large con
signment household goods at 311 Market st,
TUESDAY. APRTL 9. fine furniture and
general mdse., at 10 o'clock, 311 Market st.
THURSDAY, APRIL U, unclaimed freight
at the auction rooms, commencing at 10 o'clock,
3U Market St. HENRY AUCTION CO.
AUCTION SALE FURNITURE, CAR
PETS, bedding, stoves, etc, at 93 Third
avenue, pn WEDNESDAY, April 3. at 10 A.
M.. parlor and chamber suits, wardrobes, side
boards, bookcases, desks, chenille and lace
curtains, shades, rugs, chiffoniers, chairs,
tables, library lamps, bronze and bisque stat
uary, handsome portieres, lambrequins, pianos,
organs, mirrors, engravings, paintings,
clocks, wringers, washers, refrigerators, fie
chests; also a lot of goods too ncmerous to
P. a Two thousand yards of brussels and
ingrain carpet will be sold at a saenfic Don't
fail to attend.
PITTSBURG AUCTION AND STORAGE
mh31-150-Tnsu 93 Third avenue.
L To roughers and catchers of 10-Inch mills
and down, that there will be a meeting held
SUNDAY, APRIL 14,
at 2 o'clock, at Salisbury Hall, Twelfth street,
S. S.; there will be business of Importance
transacted. All roughen and catchers of small
mills are requested to attend. mh31-33
MEETING THE MEMBERS OP LAW
RENCE Council No. 61, Jr. O. U. A. M..
are reanested to meet at their hall. No. S810
Bntldr street, on SUNDAY at 1 o'clock sharp,
to attend the funeral of our late brother,
Frederick Greenwalt. Sister councils are re
spectfully invited to attend. By order of
CHARLES ATKINSON, Councilor.
WM. STIRM, Sec mh30-41
Pittsbuko, April 1, 1889.
We are now permanently located at the cor
WOOD AND DIAMOND STREETS,
Germania Savings Bank Building, directly op
posite our former office, where we will continue
to execute orders on commission for either in
vestment or margin account in
Stocks and Bonds, Petroleum.
Also all commodities dealt in at the Chicago
Board of Trade at the minimum rates.
We are members of the Pittsburg Petroleum,
Stock and Metal Excbance, and the New York
and Philadelphia Stock Exchanges, and have
private wires to Philadelphia and New York.
Quotations of all the markets posted in our
Special attention given to orders in Local
"Stocks and Securities.
REA BROS. & CO.,
Telephone 705. 423 Wood street
IMPERIAL CLUB RECEPTION AT
Imperial Hall, cor. Seventh ave. and New
Grant street,THURSD AY EVENING,APR1L
4. Mozart f nil orchestra, with harp and chimes;
Col. Christy. DANCING FROM 8 TO 2. AD
MISSION, 50c mh31-l?0
JMPORTANT TO MEN BUILDING
houses For sale, at the German National
ink, corner Wood and Sixth ave., 200,000
bricks, joists, doors, windows, grates, mantels,
shutters. Inquire on the premises of
mhSl-121 T. M. BOANLON.
MS'Duplay advertisements one dollar per
square or one insertion. Classified advertise
mentt on this page such at Wanted, IforBale,
To Let, eic, ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken or leu thanfljli) cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, Por 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 THE DIS
THOMAS MCCAFFREY. 8509 Butler street
EMIL G. STUCKEY, 24th street and Penn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY & CO., WyUe ave. and Eultoa St.
N. STOKELY. Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER & SHEIBLER,5th av. Atwood It.
JACOB SFOHN. No. 2 Carson street.
CHAS. SCHWABM, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAEKCHEK, S9 Federal street.
H."J. McBBIDE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FBED H. EGGEHS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGOEBS ft SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENBY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
1'EKBYM. GLEIM, Rebecca and Allegheny avea.
WANTED-REGISTERED DKUG CLERK.
Address MENTHA, Dispatch office.
-tTT-AJ'TF.D-GKEENHOUSE MAN TO TAKE
VV charge of small place in the city. X. B.,
Dispatch office. mhtl-102
WANTED IMMEDIATELY AN EXPERI
E.NOEI) bill clerk. Address BOX 1063
Pittsburg 1. O. mh3l-lll
WANTED-TWO FIRbT-CLASS CABINET
makers: no others need apply; steady work.
Apply 54 NINTH ST. rob.31-27
-T7ANTED STUDENT TO LEARN DEN
YY -TTSTRY Must pay fee. Inquire W. S.
YATES, 80S Penn ave. mh31-41
T7"ANTED-PAFEK HANGER. INQUIRE E.
VV D. STBICKLEB'S PAPEB HOUbE. 6206
Penn ave.. East End. mb3l-125
TJITANTED-DBUG CLERK, REGISTERED.
VV Call alter April 1 at 194 FEDERAL S r., cor.
Montgomery ave., Allegheny. mh31-25
WANTED-2 GOOD PANTS MAKERS AND 2
good coat makers. W. F. WEST, Merchant
Tailor, Sixth avenue, -Homestead. nib 31-1 M
WANTED-ONE SHORT STRAW AND TWO
long straw collar makers at once. GEORGE
W. ACHE, 426 Wood St., Pittsburg. mh31-113
VXTANTED-YOUNG MEN TO LEARN THE
YV art of ventriloquism at a small cost. Ad
dress VENTRILOQUIST, Dispatch office.
carriage painters Apply to F. W.
SAWERT ft CO., 5917 to 5923 Penn ave., E. E.
WANTED-10 MEN OF GOOD AUDRESS
f 113 per month can be made. PEOPLE'S
SUPPLY CO., Manorvllle, Armstrong Co., Pa.
WANTED-SALESMEN-TO SELL A PAT
ENT ledger, advertising specialties, etc.,
to merchants. W. B. PERSHING, South Bend,
ANTED-NICKEL BUFFER ALSO BOY
that bas bad some experience In nickel
. w. E. HAGUE, virgin ailev. above
bod St. mh31-123
WANTED-SIEN LOOKING FOB STEADY
employment and good wages In city and
surrounding towns to call on J. J. MORRIS, S3
Fourth ave., Pittsburg. mh31-108
TJANTED-A HARNESS MAKER; NONE
VV but sober man need apply. Address or
call on A. W. SMITH, Carriage and Harness
Mfr., McKeesport, Pa. mh30-33
WANTEDA YOUNG MAN TO ASSIST IN
newspaper office; must be active and Intel
ligent: one who speaks German preferred. Ad
dress BOX 285, Pittsburg. 4hh3l-53
-rrrxhTEU-a young man to drive
VV. grocery wagon: experience and reference
required and must reside In Allegheny. Apply
after 9 o'clock at 14 DIAMOND. Pittsburg.
WANTED FIVE ENERGETIC AND TEM
PERATE men to solicit In the city and Al
legheny; liberal compensation to the right parties.
WHEELER & WILSON CO., 6 Sixth street.
-TaTA TED-MAN OF STEADY, INDU8TKI
VV OUS bablts; nu" ijave good certificates for
trustworthiness ive ajft. nil name and former
-employment. Adfliesa C. ft ti JJlsnatch office.
mh3l-llo , r
-TTrANTED TWO FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGE
VV trimmers, one for light and one for heavy
work: also one general woodworker: acDlv im
mediately THOS. S. O'NEIL ft CO., 6825 Penn
ave., E. E.
-TTJ-ANTED-AGENTS FOB A LITTLE 5 CENT
V V article that outsells everything this spring:
every house must have from 25 to 100; enormous
profits to agent. J. B. PAGE ft CO., 3213 Fifth
avenue, Chicago. mh30-S7
-rTTANTED-A COMPETENT, EXPERIENCED
T V wholesale grocery shipper: must be thor
oughly reliable and give satisfactory reference.
Address. In own "handwriting, GROCERY SHIP
PER, Dispatch office. mh3in03
WANTED BUSINESS MANAGER AND
solicitor for organized male quartet; per
son directly interested In musical profession pre
ferred: liberal Inducements to right party. Ad
dress QUARTET, Dispatch office. mh31-38
WANTED-A FEW SALESMEN TO SELL BY
sample to wholesale and retail trade; sala
ry, 30 per week; send 2c for particulars: perma
nent position. BRISTOL MANUFACTURING
CO., Box 1215, Philadelphia, Pa. mh31-16-Tusu
TTANTED-3 FIRST-CLASS MABBLE AND
VV granite salesmen; must have experience in
this line; one for the city or Pittsburg and Alle
gheny and two to travel elsewhere. Address,
stating experience, DUNNING MARBLE AND
GRANITE CO.. Erie, Pa. mh26-78
WANTED-BAD WRITERS-SMART'S COL,
LEGE. 13 Sixth street, Pittsbnrg, open
dally from S A. M. to 9 P. M. ; penmanship taught in
a few easy lessons; bookkeeping, shorthand,
typewriting, arithmetic, etc.; Instruction
thorough and private; terms (5 per month for alL
-VTT ANTEDIMMEDIATELY ONE EXTRA
VV quick first-class granltetracer and letterer;
must be especially fast In this line. Address stat
ing experience and wages demanded. Also, three
or four first-class granite cutters: must be quick
workmen. Address DUNNING MAKBLE AND
GRANITE CO., Erie, Pa. mh26-7S
-T7-AN TED-SUPERINTENDENT, BY LARGE
W New York hardware manufacturers, for
their wholesale and retail business in this State:
knowledge of the territory required; will handle
all moneys and control over f 10,000 (wholesale)
worth goods: must have SL800 cash (no bonds);
salary, $150; references. Address "MANUFACT
URER;" Station D, New York. mh31-17
WANTED AGENTS ONLY NEW SUB
SCRIPTION book of this year; ''Anarchy
and Anarchists." by Captain Schaack, of Chi
cago police; all about the red terror In Europe
and America; Illustrated by photoi of Anarchists
and scenes of riots In Pittsburg, Baltimore, Chi
cago, etc; diagrams or bombui exclusive terri
tory; liberal terms: outfits reay. P. J. FLEM
ING ft CO.. 77 Diamond st. mh29-23
WANTED-AGENTS TO HANDLE THE
new patent ink erasing pencil: greatest
novelty ever produced; erases Ink in two seconds;
no abrasion of paper; 200 to 5uoper cent profit;
one agent's sales amounted to SSXI 00 in six days;
another S32 00 In two hours: territory absolutely
tree: salary to good men; no ladles need answer;
sample 35 cents. For terms and full particulars
address the manufacturers, J. W. SKINNER ft
CO., Onalaska, Wis. mh29-l
-VTTANTED-AGENTS IN EVKRY TOWN TO
W sell and everybody to use Dr. O'Keefe's
liver pills,- cold or catarrh pills, cough pills,
diarrhoea pills, dyspepsia pills, rheumatism pills,
headache pills, skin eruption pills, worm pills,
kidney pills, piles pills, neuralgia pllis,menstrual
pills, leucorrhcea pills, backache pills, eve pills,
teething pills, asthma pills, croun pills, sore
throat pills, nerve pills, nervous debllitr pills,
general debility pills, whooping cough pills, non
cathartic pills, fever and ague pills. 25 cents each,
large bottles, 11 each. DR. O'KEEFE ft CO.,
Homeopathic Chemists, 34 Fifth ave. and 423 Penn
ave., Pittsburg. mh30-134
-TTTANTED-GIRL TO WORK IN KITCHEN.
VV Apply 609 SMTTIiFIELD ST., between 9 and
10 a.m. Monday. mh31-152
-fTTANTED-lO LADY AGENTS-CAN MAKE
VV tioo per month: proof free. PEOPLE'S
SUPPLY CO., Manorvllle, Armstrong Co., Pa.
TtT ANTED FIItST CLASS PANTALOON
VV maker: steady work and good pay. Inquire
at WILLIAM THOMAS', 301 Beaver ave., Alle
WANTED GOOD GIBL FOB GENERAL
housework In small family; must be good
washer and lroner (no house cleaning). 144 JACK
SON SLAllegheny mh31-l06
WANTED-43IBL FOR HOUSEWORK: MUST
be good cook, and come well recommended;
good wages paid. MRS. J. H. REED. No. 163
Belter street, East End. mh31-151
TUTANIED-LADY AGENTS SALARY OB
VV commission. Call between ijLX. and 12.
ROOM 82, Schmidt ft Friday Building, Nos. 95 and
97 Fifth avenue, Plt,tsbnrg. mh31-70
ANTED-A FIKST CLASH GIBL. TO "WORK
online cusiom coaw: oestwagef anasteadr
ir.T.lrvrmp.TU! none but first class need annlr. at
01 itittinil Oiii wuimuwi,
-TTANTED-LADY AGENTS. TWO NEW
W Inventions for ladles' spring, summer
wear. Outsell everything. Pay iloo monthly.
These, with our bustle-skirts, rubber goods, hose
supporters, etc.. make best business known. Ad
dress with sump. E. H. CAMPBELL ft CO., 484
Randolph St., Chicago. mblO-UZ-TTgu
Blalo and Female nolo.
WANTED-AGENTS, MEN OK WOMEN, TO
sell Missouri Steam Washer to families; ar
guments in its favor numerous and convincing:
sales made without difficulty; profits large; sent
on two weeks' trial, to be returned at my expense
If not satisfactory: write for Illustrated circular
and terms. J. 'ttOBTH, M iJeekmtn, N. Y.
WANTED-SITUATION AS BOOKKEEPER
or chipping clerk; good penman. Address
c 11. II.. msoaicn omw. juuov-iff
WANTED BROMIDES TO MAKE FOB
photographers and agents and also finish
them fn cravon at lowest rates. PITT'S BKO
MIDE CO., 631 Smlthfield St. mhI-80
WANTED-BOOKKEEPEB A COMPETENT
and reliable man desires a change of posi
tion; thoroughly posted In doable entry and
voucher system ; can furnish undoubted references
and bond. Address C. J. W., lock box S. Alle
-TTTANTED-A PARTNER IN A BUSINESS IN
W this cltv covered by letters patent to con
tribute a small amount ot capital and take charge
of the manufacturing department. Address Z.
D., Dispatch office. mli29-32
WANTED-A PARTNER TO CO-OPERATE
In a planing mill and lumber business: ex
cellent location: two railroad sidings on the prop
erty, with suitable buildings; capital required
15. (no. Address LUMBER, Dispatch office,
TTAN TED-PARTNER WITH S15.000 TO 25,-
V 000 In a paying manufacturing business;
will guarantee 20 per cent on investment; busi
ness a monopoly; no ?lsk whatever. Address
TRUSTWORTHY, P.O. Box 682, Pittsbnrg, Fa.
WANTED-OAP1TAL1ST TO INVEST 130,000
against equal amount In cash In sound
manufacturing business: thorough practical
knowledge of the parties can assure regular
Jrofits or at least 10 per cent a year. Address
BON AND STEEL, Dispatch office. mhSM6
-TTA N T E D FURNISHED ROOM AND
VV board or room near first-clas boarding
houserprlvate family preferred; reference. Ad
dress K. B., Dispatch office. mh3i-l
Boarders and Lodgers.
ANTED OCCUPANTS . FOB LARGE
front room. 45 WASHINGTON ST., near
East Park, Allegheny.
WANT ED-OCCUPANTS FOR A SECOND
STORY front room, wlthalcove. 169 NORTH
AVE., Allegheny, Pa. mh3t-45
WANTED-OCOUPANT3 FOR TWO NICELY
furnished rooms. Inquire at 205 FEDERAL
ST., cor. North ave Allegheny. mh31-H2
-T7-ANTED- OCCUPANTS FOR PLEASANT
VV rooms: references exchanged. Apply at
NO. 60 BID WELL ST., Allegheny. mh30-23
WANTED-OCCUPANTS FOR NICELY FUB
N1SHED second-story front: alo- unfur
nished third-story front. 32 AKCH ST.. Alle
gheny City. mh3l-28
THTA.NTED-GENTLEMAN FOB SECOND
VY STORY room, with first-class table beard:
rate $5 per week; reference given and requirtd. 145
SECOND AVE. mh31-l24
WANTED-OCCUPANT FOR FURNISHED
front room; privilege or bath ; situated one
square from parks, Allegheny. Apply to B. N.
MCLAIN, 44f Wood St. mh31-146
WANTED-OCCUPANTS FOR HANDSOME
LY furnished rooms, with board; to be had
by first-class parties only, at 17 N ORTH AVE., Al
legheny, from April L mh29-U
WANTED OCCUPANTS FOB AN ELEGANT
furnished front room, facing the North
Park, with good, table- boarding. Inquire 45
MONTGOMERY AVE.. Allegheny. mh31-122
ANTED BOARDERS SHAD YSD3E
rnAtn with hoard. flnltahlft formiLrrledcouDle
or two eentlemen. ADnlv on premises. AMBER-
SON AVE,, third door from church.
WANTED-TWO OR THREE GENTLEMEN
for two furnished front bedrooms on Arch
St.. near parks: suitable for sitting and bedroom:
newly papered: with both gases; Sis for both. NO.
95 ARCH ST. Immediate possession. mh31-104
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY AT ,KLt AND
6 percent free of tax. W. C. STEWART;
114 Fourth ave. Ja20-2-su
WANTED-MORTGAGESON PROPERTY IN
either city: lowest rates of interest. SPEN
CER ft GLOSSER, 419 Smlthfield St. mh23-7
-TTTANTED-RENTS COLLECTED PBOMPT-
VV LY;property managed with satisfaction.
ALLES ft BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
WANTED-BENTS TO COLLECT; SPECIAL
attention given to this branch of the real
estate business. SPENCER ft GLOSSEH, 419
Smlthfield st. mh23-7
-TJANTED-WE HAVE A.LARGE AMOUNT
VV of money placed In our hands to loan on
mortgages; Is not Easterneapltal: rates and terms
reasonaoie. srKAUD s Aiuiutis, corner wooa
street and Third avenue, Pittsburg.
-T7-ANTED-MOBTG AGES-fl, 000, 000TO LOAN
VV on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
6 per cent, and on larms In Allegheny and adja
cent counties at fi per cent; no money loaned out
of Pennsylvania. I. M. PENNUCK. ft UONr 103
Fourth avenue. , -apt-Hi
-fTTANTED-WE GUARANTEE 6 PEE CENT
VV Interest to capitalists willing to erect store
rooms on certaiu city property we control, as we
represent prominent- business men Trilling to
make 5 and 10 year contracts and pay S per cent
net on money Invested, STRAUB ft MORRIS,
corner Wood street and Third avenue, Pittsburg,
-TTTANTED-TO .LOAN MONEY-WE HAVE
VV over one million dollars to loan on city and
suburban propertyat 4W per cent; no tax: we
will also loan money on Improved farms In Alle
gheny, Beaver, Fayette, v, ashington and West
moreland counties; any marketable security taken
for loans of any amount, BLACK ft BAIBD, 95
Fourth ave. . e3-a9-Su
TTTTANTED-PROPERTY-WE HAVE CUSTO
VV MERS for one unimproved tarm of 70 or 80
acres; must be cheap, have running water, and
located within 50 miles of city; also for one small
farm of 20 or 25 acres, 'frith some Improvements
and running water, within 25 miles of cltv; also
for several small dwelling houses or 4 to 6 rooms, in
suburbs; also for business or dwelling house
property located anywbere In the old city or in the
hill district between Court House and Minersvllle;
also for vacant lots. Parties having any such
property for sale will please communicate with or
send particulars to office of MORRIS ft FLEM
ING, Real Estate and Insurance, 106 Fourth ave.
WANTED-10, 000 YARDS F COBBLE STONE
delivered at McCandless ave,, city. K.
BRACKEN, McCjindlessavC, city. mh31-107
WANTED-TO BUY A SECOND-HANDED
tricycle for child 9 years old; must be in
ood condition. Address for 3 days at 131 WEB
TEB ST., Allegheny. , mh31-115
WANTED MANUSCBHTS AND fcoBRE
SFONDENl'E from amateur antbors. Ad
dress Editor DILETTANTE MAGAZINE, 44 and
46 Larned St., Detroit, Mich. mh31-30
TTTTANTED YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN
VV who wish to thoroughly learn shorthand;
re helped to positions. MARTIN'S SHOKT
) school. Hi wood st. mtm-2
-TT7-ANTED TO SELL BRASS FOUNDRY
YY outfit embracing a 12-stamp battery stamp
ing mill for reducing brass ashes: well located.
Address, for one week, TJH ASS, Dispatch office.
WANTED BUYERS FOR WATCHES,
Jewelry, silverware, clocks: special in
ducements; 10 to 20 per cent discount to cash
buyers ror 15 days bnly. JOHN MITSUH, ISO
Federal St., Allegheny, Pa. mti22-invrsu
WANTED-EVEEYBODY TO KNOW THAT
II. Terheyden has laid in a large stock of
American watches, gold and silver, that ho can
sell as low as the lowest; remember the place.
HEN BY TERHEYDEN, UObmlthfleld st.
WANTED CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINA
TION questions and full information of
how, when and where to apply for 'a government
Eosltlon sent on receipt 10c Address NATIONAL
L.LUS1BATED MAGAZINE, Washington. D.C.
WANTED WE INSURE HOUSEHOLD
furniture, dwellings, stocks 01 merchan
dise and other property at lowest current rates;
losses adjusted andpaid at this office.- STRAUB
& MORRIS, corner wood street and Third avenue,
WANTED -PARTIES WISHING LACE CUR
TAINS, rugs, table covers, lambrequins,
silverware, clocks, lamps, etc, on easy payments,
should call on us or send postal, and we will send
samples toyour house. UNION CREDIT CO., 103
Fourth ave. nih31-fO
T7"A.NTED BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
W TOGRAPHER, 98 Firth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, ererybodyto
know that be Is making fine cabinets at 1 50 per
dozen; photos delivered, when promised: instan
taneous process. mhl3-63
ANTED-BAUEB ft SCHIMPF'S FURNI-
IU1IE renairing.estaDilshmct. cor. Chestnut
and Pike streets. Allegheny cltv. Pa.: furniture
of all kinds neatly and promptly repaired, reno
vated and made to order; orders by mall will re-
ceive prompt attention. mndi-iM
FOH SALE IMPHOVED REAL ESTATE.
FOE SALE-BLUFF STBEET, NEAR COL
LEGE, new brick nouses rooms, ball. bath.
room, inside w. c, finished basement: a complete
house, all late Improvements; lot 23 feet 9 Inches
by 133 feet. BOBEET COWABD, No. 20 Bluff
TTU1R SALE WEBSTER AVENUE.NEAKROB-
J? EBTS street, a great bargain, good brick
nonse oia rooms ana storeroom; uow occupieaas
grocery: first-class location; lot, 20x127, toKcat
Fng's alley; easy terms. J. H. COOPER ft CO.,
fTiOB SALE-DAVIS 8T., NEAB WYL1E AVE.,
JO new brick house, 6 rooms; finished attic hall,
vestibule; marble mantels, basement laundry,
nat. and art. gas: street sewered and paved;
good lot; can bo bought cheap. J. R. COOPER ft
CO., 107 Fourth ave. mh31-90
OB SALE-MAIN STREET, SEVENTEENTH
ward, new and very neat pressed brick
dwelling, 6 (rooms, hall, finished attic bath,
range. Inside shutters, hard wood mantels, mod
ern and complete: price low and terms easy. J. B.
COOPER ft CO., 107 -Fourth ave. mbJl-80
FOB. SALli-IMFKOVED HEAL ESTATE.
FOB SALE-CHEBBY ALLEY, NEAR SIXTH
ave. : tirtefc hnnf X rnnyna lnt-S3liS7. .1 . H.
COOPKK ft CO,, 107 Fourth ave. mh31-90
FOB SALE-HOUSE 4 BOOMS. WITH LOT 48
x20Ofeet, on Boggs ave., Mt. Washington,
STENCERft GLOSSEB, 419 Smlthfield St. mh30-74
FOR BALE-ON TENNIS ST.-A HANDSOME
residence, front and back porches, large lot;
price 82,800. c. H. LOVE, 83 Fourth avenue.
2-story brick house In First ward; will sell on
very easy payments. C. H. LO VE, 93 Fourth ave-
"CMJR BALE-83,200 WILL BUY TWO 6-ROOM
A.' frame houses on Somers st. : lo50xl3) feet, to
an alley. SPENCER ft GLOSSEB, 419 Smith
field st. mh30-74
FOB SALE (4,500 COMFORTABLE SIX
roomed brick dwelling in excellent order on
Chatham St.; a bargain. STBAUB ft MORRIS,
corner Wood street and Third avenue Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-NOS. 220 AND 222 ELLA ST., NEW
double frame dwelling or 6 rooms in each; lot
26x85 ft. ; rents for S34S; only 82,850: MOO cash: bal
ance to suit: positive bargain- THOS. MCCAF
FREY. 3509 Butler St. fe24-97-WSSu
FOB SALE A BARGAIN CHATHAM
street brick house, 6 rooms, also two frame
houses In rear, fronting on Bute: lot 20x96: rent
85(0: 10 per cent net Investment. J. .B. COOPER
ft CO., 107 Fourth avenue. mh21-00
FOR SALE-CONGRESS ST.-CHEAP 3-STORY
brick dwelling; 9 rooms, ball, bath, range,
hi and c. water, marble mantels; a well-built
house and good repair; terms to suit. J. B.
COOPER 4 CO., 107 Fourth ave. mh31-90
East End Residences.
FOR 8ALE-AN ELEGANT RESIDENCE ON
Lincoln avenue. East End. C. H. LOVE. 93
Fourth avenue. mb3l-98
FOR SALE A VERY DESIRABLE RESI
DENCE on.Dlthrldge St., Oakland. C. H.
LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue. mhll-BS
FOR SALE-GOOD S ROOM HOUSE ON MEY
RAN avenue Oakland; price 13,800. C. H.
LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue. mh31-98
FOR SALE-LOT FRONTING 60 FEET ON
Webster ave. and 80 tcct on Channcy st., with
6-room frame house. SPENCER ft GLOsSER,
419 Smlthfield st. mh30-74
FOR SALE-113,000 AND S20,000-TWO HAND
SOME residences on Hlland avenue, E. E.;
particulars on application. S rRAUB ft MORRIS,
corner Wood st. and Third avenue, Pittsburg.
FOB BALE-ON SHADY AVE.. EAST END,
brick house, 9 rooms and bath; lot 29x126 to a
street: very deslrablylocated; onlyts,500. THOS.
LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave,
mh29-U-29. 31, ap2, 3, 4, 6
FOB BALE-TO RENT IS A LOSS-WE CAN
sell yon a fine 7-room residence with every
improvement and large lot 36x100; Hays street,
H square from North Hlland avenue, near cable;
price, 13,800. MELLON BROS., 6349 Station St.,
E. E. mh23-s7-rsu
FOR 8ALE-A NUMBER OF HOUSES LO
CATED in all parts of the East End. rang
ing in prices from si 000 to 690,000. Parties who in
tend purchasing will find it to their Interest to see
W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.. before bay
FOR SALE-S2.600-FRAME DWELLING OF
nine rooms on Wlnthrop street, Oakland; lot
40x124 feet, with fruit and forest trees: only one
square from, cable line; this Is a bargain. STRAUB
ft MORRIS, corner Wood street and Third ave
nue, Pittsbnrg. mh31-29
OB SALE-GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO BUY
a North Hlland avenue nronertv adlolnlng
the elegant residence of Charles Lockhart, Esq. ;
lot, 129x309; double brick honse; stable: fruit and
Buaue trees; price, K5.UM. ha m. s. wiLiiun
BON, Sole Agents, 419Wood St. mh31-37
FOR SALE-S8.O0O TERMS TO SUIT PUB
CHASER, substantial new and attractive
brick dwelling, having 4 rooms on first floor, 4
rooms and bath on second, 3 attic rooms and all
conveniences: well finished throughout: desirably
located in Oakland. W. C. STEWART. 114
Fourth ave. mh31-e0
FOR SALE-S4.B00-NEW FRAME RESIDENCE
on Cedar street, one square from Liberty av
enue, containing eight rooms, bathroom, laundry,
cemented cellar, front and back porches: 11,500
cash, balance to suit purchaser. STRAUB ft
MORRIS, corner Wood street and Third avenue,
FOR SALE-7,500-TERMS 81,000 CASH, BAL
ANCE 825 a month a new, attractive and
substantial Queen Anne brick dwelling, contain
ing 9 rooms, bath and all conveniences; is ele
gantly finished and located In one of the most de
sirable neighborhoods in the East End. W. C.
STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. mh31-66
FOR SALE-EAST END NEW FRAME
dwelling 7 rooms and large attic bay win
dow. Inside shutters, china closet, large pantries,
corner fireplaces with slate mantels and tile
heartbs; lot 40x137 to a 20-foot alley; 5 minutes
from station; immediate possession. JOHN F.
BAXTER, Ag't., 912 Smlthfield St. mh31-76-TTsu
TTtOR SALE-8S.500-NEW PBESSED-BBICK
J dwelling on Ellsworth avenue. E. E., contain
ing 10 rooms, hath rooms, laundry, etc., cabinet
mantels, hardwood finish; all modern conve
niences; lot 50x200 feet: 84,000 of deferred pay
ments will be carried at ii per 'eat. SfRAUB
ft MORBIS. corner Wood st. and Third avenue,
FOR,BALE-82.700 WILL BUY A -COSY
dwelling with 4 large rooms; cemented cellar:
frontand back -porch: large lot 24x145. fronting
Broad and Klricwood streets; room to build an
other house on the same Io(: JH sqnare from cable.
Nineteenth ward; will be sold with small pay
ment and balance like rent. MELLON BROS.,
6349 Station St., E. E. mh23-83
FOR SALE-810,000-TERMS TO SUIT PUB
CHASER; new Queen Anne brick residence,
having large porches, vestibule: 4 rooms on first
floor, 4 rooms and bath on second and 3 attic
rooms; well finished, nicely papered and has
line gas fixtures; good stable on premises; large
lot; located on a paved avenue, in a well-lm-
roved and desirable neighborhood. W. C.
TEWAR1, 114 Fourth ave. mh31-6S
TjIOR SALE-84.00O-I5O0 CASH, BALANCE IN
JD monthly payments of 830, same as rent, will
purchase an elegant new 2-story irame, slate roor
dwelling on Sheridan ave.. near Howells st .E.E1:
slx'rooms, finished attic bath room and w. c.,
tile finished grites and hearths, slate mantels, etc. ;
J purchaser cin have finished to suit: near cable
Ines and East Liberty station; this honse will
readily rent for 830 per month. Applv to MORBIS ft
FLEMING, 100 Fourth ave. mh24-46-TTSu
FOR SALE-ON LABIMEB AVE, EAST END,
new, selected brick bouse, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, pantry, good, wide nail and vesti
bule; 4 good bedrooms, bath, etc., on second floor;
finished attic; electric bells and lights; all modern
Improvements; about four minutes' walk from
East Liberty Station or either line of cable cars;
lot 47X120: (8,200: or house and lot, 24x120, JO, 500.
THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave.
mh28-l 1-29, 31, ap2, 3, 4, 6.
FOB 'SALE-IN TENTH WARD, ALLE
GHENY, oneacre of ground, good house, plenty
of fruit, shade, etc.; price 86,000. C. H. LOVE,
93 Fourth avenue. mb.31-98
IiWR SALE-PROPERTY IN ALLEGHENY
CITY, now rented for over S900 a vear: will
take 15,000 cash. If applied for quick. C. H.
LOVE; 93 Fourth avenue. mh28-46-Thssu
FOR SALE 1 10, 000 NEW BB1CK RESI
DENCE, thoroughly modern, on Buena Vista
street: not yet occupied. Sl'KAUBftMOBRIS,
corner Wood street and Third aveuue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE 120, 000-HANDSOME RESIDENCE
on bherman avenue, Allegheny; owner re
fused 822, 000 for same property last year. STBAUB
& MORBIS, corner Wood st. and Third ave., Pitts
FOR SALE-88.500-COMFORTABLE. EIGHT
ROOMED brick residence in Second ward,
Allegheny, now rented for SSOOperyear. STRAUB
ft MORRIS, corner Wood street and Third ave
nue, Pittsburg. mh31-29
FOB SALE PRESSED BBICK FBONT,
house of 6 rooms, laundry, pantry, hall, 2
finished attics, both gases, electric bells, large lot
with stable, etc.: Central st , Allegheny, Fifth
ward. LASUELLftBANKIN, 67 Fourth ave. -mh31-18
FOR SALE-A NUMBER OF DWELLINGS
located on Bldge ave, Lincoln ave.. North
ave . and other good streets In Allegheny. Parties
ideslrlug to purchase will find it to their Interest
to see W. C. STEWABT, 114 Fourth ave.. befoie
'OR 8AEE-?8,O0O-EASY TERMS, NEW, SUB
STANTIAL, attractive Oueen Anne dwell
ing, containing 11 rooms and all conveniences:
lot 50x160 feet, located Jn a desirable neighborhood
In lower part of Allegheny. W. C STEWART,
114 Fourth avenue. mb31-66
FOE SALE-J8.000-THAT ELEGANT NEW
and substantial press brick dwelling (never
occupied), containing V rooms, bath, stationary
washstands, laundry, cement cellar and all lm-
Srorenients, located on Ackley st., bead of
lonterey st. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
EOB 8ALE-S7,500-TWO-STORY AND MAN
SARD brick dwelling, on an excellent street
in Second ward, Allegheny; house contains nine
rooms, bathroom, laundry: all In good order and
occupied by owner; lot 2ox80. STRAUB ftMOR
KIS, corner Wood street and Third ave., Pitts
burg. . mIi31-29
FOR SALE AN INVESTMENT A 2-STORY
mansard and pressed brick front: hall, vesti
bule, double parlors, dining room, kitchen and
Santry on first floor; 4 rooms and bath on second
oor: 3 on third; lot 22x120 to paved alley; located
on Beaver ave.. Allegheny: price only 85,500.
THOS. LIGGETT, U4 Fourth ave.
mh29-13-30, 31apl, 3, 4. 6, 7
FOB 8ALE-HAZELWOOD A GBEAT BAB
GAIN ; only 84,500; frame dwelling, 7 rooms,
hall, good cellar, etc.; also frame house 3 rooms:
lot 901300, frontlngon two good streets: terms to
suit buyer. J. B. COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth
TTIOR SALE-TWO HOUSES ON THEINSTALL
JD MENTplan at Ingram; price 82, 6O0. 8400 cash,
balance (15 per month and interest; each bouse
contains six rooms, hall, pantry and finished
attic: fitted with natural gas, and one square from
station. STRAUB 4 MORRIS, corner Wood street
and Third avenue, Pittsburg. mh31-29
lOR SALE-OR TO LET-ONE OF THE MOST
beautiful suburban places in Allegbenv
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 boost: the grounds
are very beautiful and well supplleTwlth choice
shrubbery, fruit and ornamental trees; the whole
will be sold, with from 1 to 5 acres of ground, at a
very moderate price. KNOXVILLEXAND IM
PROVEMENT W 86 Knox avenue &noxvllle
FOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE
FOB BALE-A BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE AT
Bellevne, with large grounds, fruit, shade,
etc. C. H. LOVE, 83 Fourth avenue. mh31-98
FOBTsaLE RESIDENCE PROPERTIES AT
Ingram. Cratton and Idlewood. at prices
rnMnir from 1600 to Slinm. RTRAIIB ft MOR-
-K1S7 corner Wood street and Third avenue, Pitts
lOR SALE-BELLEVUE BESIDENCES-WE
have several sne nronertles for sale in west
Bellevue at prices ranging from 82,000 to 83,500.
ft MORRIS, corner Wood street ana
Third avenue, Pittsburg.
FORSALE INGRAM, P., a ft ST. L. 83,000
tSOO cash, balance as rent; new frame house.
6 rooms, ball, attic front and side porch . well of
good water, nat. gas, good sewerage, fruit trees,
etc. J. B. COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE -87,500 SUBSTANTIAL BRICK
residence containing 7 rooms, bath and all
conveniences; lot 80x360, with outside lanndry
with rooms fochelp: terms, 81,500 cash, balance
same as rent: located at Edgewood. W. C. STEW
ART, 114 Fonrth ave. mh31-GS
FOR SALE-NEW FRAME HOUSE, 7KO0313,
reception hall, good dry cellar, natural gas.
etc., at Wllklnsburg, Blddle street, 6 minutes
from station: 50-foot street and macadamized:
boardwalk from station: lot 52x120: possession at
once. J. R. COOPEB ft CO., 107 Fourth avenue.
FORCALB-WEST BELLEVUE, P.. FT. W. 4
O. It. B. One of the most desirable bouses
in the borough: new frame house of 6 rooms, hall,
front and Side verandas: good spring water piped
Into kitchen; big bargain: sax) cash, balance
same as rent. EWINfcr ft iJYERS, 107 Federtl St.,
Allegheny. ' mh31-64-TTSa
FOB SALE-AT COEAOPOL1S, P. 4 L. E. R.
R., large dwelling 12 rooms, outside kitchen
and lanndry, large stable H acre of ground; a
bargain If sold at once: also 8-roomed house and
one acre of ground, orchard, etc.; several good
residence and building sites. LASHELL 4
RANKIN, STFourth ave. mh31-18 .
FOR SALE-AT W1LKINSBURC 1 MINUTE
from station; new 7-room bouse finished
attic, ball, bath room, laundry; slate mantels:
slate root: backand front porches: corner of two
streets (42-96); house now being finished: painting
to suit baycr: greatest bargain west of Harris
burg: price, 83,500; 81,000 cash, balance to suit.
Inquire THOS. A. COLEMAN, opposite station.
FOR SALE LOTS.
- Cltr l,o
FOB SALE BLUFF ST., NEAB COLLEGE,
lot 23 It. 9 In. by 141 ft. ROBERT COWARD,
20 U1U1T St. mUUKSJ-TTSSU
FOB SALE-LOTS, LOTS, LOTS, ON WYLIE.
Webster and Bedford avenues. Thirteenth
ward. SPENCER ft GLOSSER, 419 Smlthfield St.
FOR SALI-t2,600-LOT 24x76 FEET. CORNER
of Center avenue and Erin st. STRAUB ft
MOBBIS, corner Wood street and Third avenue,
FOR SALE LAWHENCEVILLE FIVE LOTS
each 20X82 feet, on Hatfield street; 83,000 for
all. STRAUB ft MORRIS, corner Wood street
and Third ave, Pittsbnrg. mb3l-29
FOR SALE-LOTS ON MERIDEN, HALLOCK,
Virginia, Oneida and Sweetbrler streets, Dn
quesne Heights. SPENCER ft GLOSSER, 419
Smlthfield st. mh30-74
POR SALE-LOTS ON CONRAD STREET, 50X
133 feet or 50x160 feet: Penn ave. cable line
within 1,000 feet. THOS. MACCONNELL. JR., 91
Diamond street, L. O. FRAZIER, Forty-fifth ana
Butler sts. mh30-85
FOB 8ALE-THIBTEENTH WARD. NEAR
car stables 3 acres: nicely situated, and can
be laid In lots to good advantage: rapid enhance
ment certain;. tenns easy. J. B. COOPER ft CO.,
107 Fourth ave. mh31-90
East End Lots.
FOR SALE-3 LOTS ON GILMOREST.. OAK
LAND, at a bargain. V. H. LOVE.93 Fourth
FOR SALE-FIFTH AVENUE, SHADYSIDF,
building lot, about 130x260 feet. C. H. LOVE,
oarin avenue. , . modi-w
OR SALE-SEVERAL CHOICE LOTS DESIR
ABLY located on Firth. ave., Shadyslde
W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-GOOD BUILDING LOT ON
Fifth avenue Sbadvslde; 60 feet front: price
low. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenne. mh31-S8
FOR SALE-A NUMBER OF THE CHOICEST
lots la the East End; will pay you to see us
before buying. W. C. STEWART. 114 Fourth
fTiOR SALE-A VERY CHOICE LOT ON AV INE
JD BIDULE ave., E. E., 100x300; also lot 200x286
on Conrad St., or will divide. S. W. KERR. No.
139 Fourth ave. mh31-65
FOR SALE-ATLANTIC AVENUE-LOTS 501
140 feet or 50x160 leet, near Shadyslde station,
.P. R. R , or Penn ave. cable Une. THOS. Mac
CONNELU, JR..91DIamond St.; L. O. FRAZIER,
Forty-fifth and Bntler sts. mh30-85
FOB SALE-A FINE LARGELOT,40x110FEET.
to 20-foot alley ; fruit, shade trees, stable and
good sewerage; St. Clair street, ,S square from
jiipney, near cauie; price fi,uuu. ju.LiLAsn
, 6349 Station St.. E. E.
FOR SALE-S3.600-LOT 82x175 FEET. LOCAT
ED in one of the finest avenues In Shadyslde,
southern exposure; adjoining property Is held at
$100 front foot: this Is certainly a bargain. W.
C STEWART, 11 Fourth ave. mh31-6S,
FOR SALE- 83,250-LOT 60x150 FEET, ON
Center avenue, near Roup street; terms 8750
cash, balance can remain five years if desired, or
part or all paid Anytime; choicest lot on the ave
nue W. C. STEWART, U4 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS AT DALLAS STA
TION. P. K. R . convenient to steam and
street cars; cheap and on easy terms; situation un
surpassedjprlcoTanglng from 8406 to 8600. Inquire
orD. C. NEGLEY, 6106 Penn ave., East End.
FOR 8ALE-83,000-ON YOUR OWN TERMS;
lot 50x115 feet, located on one of the finest ave
nues In the East End; neighborhood strictly first
class; within five minutes' walk of station or cable
cars. W. C. BTEWABT, U4 i ourth avenue.
these lots on easy terms. STBAUB ft MORRIS,
corner Wood street and Third avenue, Pittsburg.
FOB SALE-DON'T DELAY. BUT ACT
quickly, and secure one or those desirable
building lots. Bank or Commerce addition plan,
Brushton station; 60-foot streets; good walks and
no cltv taxes. Full- Information from JOHN F.
BAXf ER, Agent, 512 Smlthfield street.
FOR BALE-ONLY 80S A FRONT FOOT; LOTS
'39x173 or 58x173 feet, located in Shadyslde on
Rebecca St., adjoining handsome residence of Mr.
Samuel Hamilton: well elevated eastern exposure,
convenlentto cable cars and station; this neigh
borhood will undoubtedly be strictly first class
and this property Is bound to be worth, in a short
time, double the money. W. C. STEWART, 114
Fourth ave mh3l-66
FOR SALE-THE FINEST LARGE RESI
DENCE lot on Negley avenue, 100x235 feet;
fruit and shade trees and Is bounded on both
sides by fine residences: this is without doubt the
choicest lot In the East End and will be sold cheap,
with street Improvements all paid, to any one who
will build a good, substantial residence. MEL
LON BROS.. 6349 Station St., E. ., or JOHN F.
BAXTER, 512 Smlthfield st. mhll-136
FOR SALE-TWO LOTS-ON EAST STREET
extension: 24x125 each; price lor both 8LO0O.
1HOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave.
OB SALE WE HAVE SEVERAL 1ES1B-
ABLE business lots and buildings ouBeaver
avenue: will pay on present rentals over 7 per
cent; clear of taxes. . STRAUB ft MORRIS, corner
Wood street and Third avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE 114,500 CAPITALISTS AND
builders can make money by erecting build
ings on a row of lotawe have for sale at corner of
Fayette and Manhattan streets; terms cash.
STRAUB ft MORBIS. corner Wood street and
Third avenue. Pittsburg. mh3l-29
FOR SALE LOTS AT EMSWOBTH, CON
VENIENT, to station; one of the finest loca
tions on the Fort Wayne road; large, beautiful
lotsatlowprlces:caUand see plan. J. B. COOPER
ft CO.. 107 Fonrth ave, mh3l-30
ORSALE-LOTS, LOTS, LOTS. LtffS, WIL
KINSBURG, 6 minutes from station; finest
location and cheapest lots In the borough; 52x120
each: new boardwalk from station: street sewered
and macadamized; natural gas. etc : terms 8200
cash, balance 10 years. J. B. COOPEB 1 CO., 107
Fourth ave. mh31-90
FOR SALE-200 ACRES AT ARDARA STA
TION, Pennsylvania Railroad, 18 miles from
Pittsburg (as a whole or to suit purchaser), bas a
arge sand stone quarry opened, a large sand bank
and aDout 100 acres of level land suitable for man
ufacturing purposes; adjoins Carnegie Bros. 4
Co.. and only flvemllesfrom the new Westing
house Works at WUmerdlng. W. C. STEWART,
114 Fonrth avenue. mh31-68
VOR SALE BUSINESS.
IOK SALE-HOTEL PROPERTY, SITUATED
In Canal Fulton. Stark co. Ohio: no local
option. For price and description address-J. C.
SMirH, P. O. box 254, MassUlon, O. mb28-21
FOR 8ALE-S100.000-THE LARGEST AND
best located piece of propcrtv suitable for
retail trade In Pittsburg; owner bas been holding
for 140,000, but will, tale the above price if sold
at once; particulars to principals only. W. C.
STEWABT, 114 Fourth ave.. mb31-66
FOB SALE-3HARPSBURG-FHAME HOUSE
of 8 rooms and store room, occupied as gro
cery and doing a first-class business; situated on
one of the best streets in the borough; lot 30x100;
low price and easy terms. J. B. COOPEB 4 CO.,
107 Fonrth avenue. mh31-90
FOR SALE-SEVEBAL PIECES OF PBOP
EttfY on Fourth ave.; also a number of
pieces on Penn ave., Smlthfield st. and other
good streets; will take pleasure in giving full par
ticulars and showing surveys to parties desiring
to purchase. W. C. STEWABT, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN, TWO THBEE
STOBY brick stores and dwellings (real
estate) on Ohio St., between Madison ave. and
Chestnut St., Allegheny City, will sell as a whole
or separate if so desired; only offered at this low
price for a few davs : 88,000 for the whole or 84,000
for one O. H. L0VE7 Fourth avenue.
rn.h21.109 . -
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
TTOB SALE-PLAIN BAKERY AND CONFEC
X TIONERY in good location: good reasons for
selling. Apply at 539 GBANT ST., city. mh31-47
FOR SALE-XKASE. GOOD 'WILL, STOCK,
etc., of a feed store now doing1 a goodand
profitable business. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth ave
FOR SALE-GOOD COBNER DKUG STORE?
located on one of the best streets in AUe
6heny: must be sold; easy terms. Address
P1UM, Dispatch office. rah28-81
FOR SALE-A GOOD WAGON AND BLACK
SMITH shop cheap: plenty work. Call at
end of EAST ST;, forks of YerrysvUle and Ever
green road. Allegheny. mh31-144
FOB SALE-GROCERY STORE WITH STOCK
of about 82,500, on principal street; doing
food business; good bargain will be given.
HEPARU 4 CO., 54 Fifth ave. mh31-83-rrsu
FOB SALE-A GOOD CHANCE FOR A MAN
that wants to Invest In a good paying business.
bHANEB'S RESTAURANT. Diamond Market.
Good reasons for wanting to sell. mhH-123
FOR SALE-SALOON-1N GOOD LOCATION,
on principal street, with tobacco and cigar
store connected. Address JOHN G. GOELTZ,
No. 15 N. Phelps street, Yonngstown, O.
FOR SALE -FINE RETAIL GROCERY
store in the East End, doing a business of
from 825.000 to 830,000 a year. Inquire of CHAS.
T. FRAZIER, Drummer for Arbuckle 4 Co., 800 to
808 Liberty st. mh31-S8
FOR SALE DRUG STORE WITH GOOD
stock and fixtures, at less than cost of fix
tures If you come quick; stores- of all kinds;
boarding houses, cigar stores, notion stores, hotels,
confectioneries, etc.: some splendid business
chances. SHEPARD 4 CO.. 54 Fifth ave. mh2S
FOR SALE GENEItAL MERCHANDISE
business, established in 1824, in the largest
city in Maryland, outside of Baltimore, paying
handsomely; can be bought at a moderate price
on easy terms: this is a good opportunity for an
Industrious man; good reasons given for selling.
Address HENRY W. ROGERS, Baltimore Md.
best locations in Allegheny, all for $1,000-,
consisting of showcases, counters, shelving, 60
Jars, soda fountain, 6 marble top tables, chairs,
freezers, tubs, 1 gas engine cost 60U, and every
thing pertaining to a first-class confectionery;
house contains 7 rooms and storeroom; also buggy
and harness Included; low rent. J. R. COOPER 4
CO., 107 i ourth avenue. mh31-'J0
manufacturing; Sites. .
FOR SALE-MANUFACTURING SITE, COR
NER Thirtieth and SprucesW., 96X100. J. K.
COOPER 4 CO., 107, Fourth ave. mh31-90
FOR SALE-MANUFACTURING SITE AT
Elba station. B. ftO. R. B.: 12 acres at a low
price. J. B. COOPEB 4 CO., 107 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, etc
FOB SALE-LIGHT GROCERY DELIVERY
wagon. Inquire at RUDOLF SCHMITT'S,
89 James St., Allegheny, Pa. mh29tl5
FOR SALE-NEAT AND GENTLE MARE, S
years old: also harness and cart; will sell
cheap. Address HORSE, Dispatch office.
FOR SALE-A FAMILY BAROUCHE, WITH
curtains, latest style: also a phaeton buggy.
Apply at NOS. 8 AND 10 SEVENTH ST., city.
OR SALE-BAY TEAM-OWNED BY LOUIS
P. FALCK. Can be seen at the CAL1
FOBNIA STABLES, cor. of South and West Dia
mond, AUegbeny. mh30-l
FOR SALE-A BEAUTIFUL SMALL SHET
LAND pony, aBeeDecart and light leather
harness: pony is well broke to saddle and harness.
CaUatHOlEL VOGELEY STABLE, or write to
W. A. C., P. O. box 1002, Bntler. Pa. mh31-10-su
FOR BALE-ONE 4-YEAK-OLD TBOTTING
eolt, sired by Pardo, 1420. dam by Tom Allen;
this is well broken and shows great speed; also
one 3-year-old filly by same sire and same dam.
For particulars Inquire of SEIDEL BROS . 10S
Federal street, Allegheny, Ea. mh31-12
Machinery and Metals.
FOE BALE-THE UNEQUALED BEMING
TON typewriter, the fastest writing machine
In the world. For descriptive -pamphlets and
price lists call on or address A. M. MARTIN. 412
Wood St. mh31-73
FOB SALE-WE HAVE FOR SALE A LARGE
lot of No. 1 second-hand engines andbollers,
all sizes, from 2 b. p. np, taken In exchange for
new; we got them cheap and they will go cheap:
also new engines and boilers, every size and
style at rock bottom prices. HARME'S MACHINE
DEPOT. 97 First ave. fe3-y77BU
FOR SALE-LARGE STOCK OF FINE HARD
WOOD show caset, at lowest prices, at WM.
FRIEBERTSHAUSER'S, No. 400 Firth ave
FOR 8ALE-FIXTURE3-FAKT1TIONS, GAS
fixtures; also one large gas or coal store stove
and two large mirrors, etc, etc NICOLL, 88
Fifth av?. mh31-ll
FOR SALE THREE VERY GOOD COPPEB
Uned bath tubs for sale at a bargain. In
quire at ADAM WEIDMAN'S, No. 13M Carson
st.r Pittsburg, S. S. mb.29-4
FOR SALE-SAFES A LARGE NUMBER OF
second-hand safes of small and medium sizes
whieh'we have received In exchange. We will
sell them at low prices, ranging from 825 upward,
delivered at .your nearest railroad depot. Send
for particulars. STANDARD MFG. CO.. Sixth
andBaymlllerst.. Cincinnati. O. mhl7-80-sa
TO LET-SEVEN-BOOMED HOUSE, NAT
URAL gas, 816. J. W. LOWBY, Bldge St.,
near Thirty-third st. mh30-SS
TOLET-MT. OLIVER-TWO DESIRABLE 6
room houses on Washington ave adjoining
Mt. Oliver Incline station: having all modern
conveniences. Inquire of W. S. BARKER, room
4, tl'i Sixth street, city, . mb31-79
TO LET-OR FOR SALE-A COTTAGE HOUSE
on Monnt Washington, cor. Gray and Dil
worth streets; has eight rooms, Urge lot, and Is
supplied with natural gas and city water. In
quire at the office of the I'lTTSBUBG FOUNDBY
CO., 10 and 12 Wood st. mh22-3S
TO LET-A BRICK DWELLING OF BIX
rooms and finished mansard, on line of cable
road, now building: supplied with range, hot and
cold bath, w. c. and natural gas; rent 822 per
month: water free. Inquire ON PREMISES,
Wylle avenue, one sqnare beyond Klrkpatrick st.
TO LET FIRST-CLASS HOUSE OF TEN
rooms. Including bath, hot and cold water
on three floors, laundry In basement, No. 411
Wylle ave. ; new cable cars will pass door; live
minutes' from Court House; rent 833 33 per
month; no water rent: privilege of another year
at same rent. C. BEBINGEB 4 SON, 103 Fourth
ave. mh30-l0 .
TO LET-TWO HOUSES OF 7 ROOMS ON
Francis st.. near Center ave, with hot and
cold water, bath Inside w. c, front and back
porch, fitted for natural gas: rent 820 per month:
also store and dwelling ot 6 rooms on Dnquesne
Heights, corner Grandvlew ave. and Plymouth
St., Tbirty-flfth ward; also 2, 3. 4 and 5-roomed
apartments. WM. M. JOHNSTON, 101 Wylle
East End Residences!.
TO LET-BOND STREET, A NEW 5-ROOM
house, bath, gas, pantry, large porcbesrrent
jj per monia. .aixa.ijua .m.us., oj station
St., E. .
TO LE1-822-BRICK HOUSE.6 ROOMS. BATH,
front and back yard: 4 minutes' walk from
cable cars and East Liberty station. JOHN
ALLEN, 6218 Penn ave. mb31-U7
TO LET 1 7-ROOM HOUSE. MELLON
street, near Penn avenue cable: this is a
modern style house with large lot: rent (25. MEL
LON BROS., 6349 Station St., E. E. mh31-136
TO LET 1HAT ELEGANT RESIDENCE,
having all modern Improvements, corner
Collins avenue and Broad street. East End. Ap
ply toALEXANDEK KING, 138 Fifth ave.
TO LET OB FOR SALE-NOlfTH H1LAND,
East End, first-class brick dwelling; 9 rooms
and finished attic: modern Improvements; stable
and lanndry; lot 60x180. W. D. KIN G, 64 Fourth
TO LET-FIBST-CLASS BRICK. RESIDENCE
of 8 rooms; nat. and art. gas, hot and cold
water, bath room: first-class neighborhood, one
square from cable line on Forty-fourth street.
Seventeenth ward. M. P. HOWLEY, 3319 Butler
St., or 127 Fourth ave. mb31-22
TO LET-FINE RESIDENCE. TWO-STORY
brick mansion, seven rooms and finished
attic cemented cellar, bathroom and all conven
iences; 3 acres of ground, frn It trees, shrubbery,
stables, etc. ; will be rented low to good party;
Shady ave, opposite Wllklus ave. Inquire of N.
S. SNYDER. St. Nicholas Hotel, or J, B. HYND
MAN, 6212 Penn ave. East End. mb5-3-rwssn
mo LET-FINE 7-BOOM BRICK HOUSE, 70
1 nuricpairiCK ave., Aiiegnenv; oatn, lavatory,
both gases, large ard; 826: no water tax. W.W.
Aicni tiLtLi x jmu., iu a ourtn ave. mnsi-iai
O LET-830 PER MONTH-THE PRES3E0
brick, eight-roomed modern dwelling. Xo
80 Klrkpatrick avenue. Allegheny. sntAlKj &
310RR1S, corner Woodstreet and Third avtnae,
iO TET A GOOD SIX-ROOM DVrVM.WO
L with large lot, near Mansfield station. P., C.
4 St. L. R. R. C. II. LOVE, S3 Fourth, avenue
TO LET-HOUSE 10 BOOMS, WITH G ABDEN.
stableetc, near Patterson station, 1. C 4
Y. B.B.. and Crarton, P. C ft St; l. R. B. In
quire of B. F. SHAFFERS, Craffon. Pa., or ad
dress F. C. B1GGERT, Rochester. ps. mh21-63
TO LET-MY HOUSE, THIRTEEN ROOMS,
at Laurel Station, Ft. Way0e road, all mod
ern improvements, stable and carnage house, two
acres ground, with liver view. Inquire on prem
ises, or at 219 Lacock street, Allegheny. WM. T.
TO LET-ATEMSWOETH-HANDSOME RESI
DENCE of 8 rooms; modern improvements:
3 minutes' walk to Clifton and In toEmsworth
station; situated on Beaver road avg approach to
Clifton station. Inquire of THOMJ& BARRETT,
on premises. mh2-26-Thsu
r v Aitr iciuu uuu.au.LLi.nu. o, jcjk
OSxes. Dek Room. OciL JT 'iaM
TO LET-3 ROOMS OPPOSITE COUJrr HOUSE; L S. OP L, . SX
suitable for offices or light housekeeping; . . ... . .-..--
rent low: w. c.ra. and n. gas, J.C. BEILEY.n Hare removed from IIS Federal st, to No. 27. jiH
Diamond st. tmba& Federalat., Allegheny, Bo jle's Block. ali31- , tB
mo LET THE BEST GARDEN FABM AT MO;
JL KEE'S Bocks. Inquire Ncv 633 LIBERTY
BT.. Pittsburg. mh7-84-X0D
mtv LET-DAIRY FARM OF 40 ACKES IN
s, roe xviaeteentu wara; gooa siaDiing, pieubj
of pare water. STRAUB 4 310RRIS, corner
Wiuut itn.t m.nA Thlrrt awn Plitihnp.
TO LET-FAKM OF 30 ACBES, WITH DWELL
IN re honse and barn, on Forward ave.
Twenty-third ward; good location fora dairy. D.
v. u. .BiLfWJLU. a jj. i-u water St.. corner
Cherry alley. roh2S-M
IO LET-FBOM APBILL A LARGE ROOM
., IV liUrKC, Kill" ataad
for storage; terms reasonable; at 2io. 6 SIxtn.
TO LET THBEE-8TOBY WAREHOUSE
with basement. .133 First ave. Inquire of
H UNT 4 CLAPP, 95 Fifth ave. mhl9-44
TO LET-STOREBOOM IN MONONGAHELA
House suitable for druggist or gents' furnish
ing. E. D. WINGENBOTH, Agent, 100 Fourth
TO LET-GOOD STOREROOM AND DWELL
ING: a good opening for dry goods, notions,
trimmings, etc., or a tin store. C. H. LOVE; 93
Fourth avenue. mh29-3S
TOLET-STOBEAND DWELLING, 4014 BUT
LER st.. Seventeenth ward, now occupied as av
dry goods store. Inquire or B AML. F. PATTElt
SON. 4012 Bntler St. mh31-33
mo LET-AN OLD AND WELL ESTABLISHED
JL bakery stand In a good town near the city;
good brick store and dwelling; rent low to a good
tenant. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue
TO LET-BBICK DWELLING OF 7 ROOMS
and business front. No. 112 Erankstown ave
nne East End, Is adapted for most any business.
H. P. KREBS, cor. Penn and Shady avenues.
TO LET-THE THREE UPPER FLOORS OT
No. 631 Smlthfield street, suitable for doctor,
dentist, dressmaker, housekeeping, etc. STRAUB
4M0BRIS, corner Wood street and Third avenne,
IO LET-STOHEBOOMS NG. 327 LIBEBTY
street, corner Penn avenne and Third. 407
Feny street. 85 Robinson street. Allegheny, desk
room on ground floor. Inquire on premises, 4i
FOURTH STREET. mb.30-75
TO LET-THREE ADM1BABLY ARRANGED
rooms for general business purposes, with or
without power, to rent In the new-DISPATCH
building. Diamond street: arranged for work or
for display rooms and for offices; light tbebestto
be bad In the city: electric lighting freer passen
ger and freight elevator and Janitor service in
cluded. Rents 8300, 8400 and 31,000 per annum;,
situation the most central, within a few hundred
feet of all the public buildings and of the leading
business squares. Apply between 11 A. II. and
r. M. at the NEW DISPATCH BUILDING. 75. 77
and 79 Diamond street. mhl4-74
TO LET-FUBNISHED OB UNFURNISHED
front room, with board. Apply at 33 STOCK
TON AVEN U E. mh30-95
TO LET-A FURNISHED BOOM IN ALLE
GHENY, with privilege or bath. Address
X. A. T., Dispatch office. mh31-40
TO LET-2 OR 3 ROOMS FOR LIGHTHOUSE
KEEPING and one furnished room. Inquire
of WM. DICE, Druggist, cor. Nixon and Beaver
aves., Allegheny. mn30-
TO LET I NICE ROOMS. SECOND FLOUR,
for offices or dwelling, with natnral gas and
water; 2 minutes from Court House. Inquire of
W. H. DEVORE, 512 Grant st. mh27-4S
TO LET ELEGANT NEW FURNISHED)
rooms for gents only In the large new build
ing on the corner of Boyd and Watson sts. : refer
ence required. Inquire on the premises. .P.
TO- LET-A COZY. WELL-FURNISHED
room with board on Union ave.. both gasesT
stationary washstand: first-class In every respect:
suitable for one or two gentlemen: reference-required.
Address COMFORT, Dispatch office.
LOST 83 BEWABD IF RETURNED A
black-and-tan dog; answers to the name of
Kink, had a collar on with the name of M. Coates.
643SMITHFIELD, Pittsburg. mh31-l
T OST PEABL-MOUNTEDOPEKAGLASSES
I i Friday evening; probably dropped from cab)
on Hlland avenue or left in Fifth avenue cabla
car. Finder rewarded by notifying. ROMAINE
COLE, 300 Shady ave. East End. mhll-3)
LOST-STRAYED OR STOLEN MEDIUM
sized alderney cow; marked on right side;
small turned np horns: color yellow; very fat; re
ward given If returned to owner. MICHAEL
MCNALLY, 1363Secondave.t Twenty-third ward.
BEWARD TA-VA-ZONI NATURE'S PRICE
LESS gift to suffering humanity: for all ail
ments. Visit GRIFFITH'S PHARMACY. 3UI
Grant, cor. Third ave, Pittsburg, and secure a
bottle; yon will be "well rewarded for your visit.
Also a bottle of that sovereign remedy Ta-va-zon
Lung Cough Syrup. Amost potent and unfailing
cure for coughs, colds, throat and lung troubles.
TEBSONAL-DB. MARY E. SMITH HAVING
JL Teturnea can be consulted at her office. No. 43
EastDlamond St., Allegheny. mhM-145 '
PERSONAL-BOOKS WANTED-IF YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth 81,000, let us know: we will buy one as
quickly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK STORE,
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. fe20
MY 0WH HOME" '.
IN KNOXYILLE. '
We have yet a few of those beautiful homes
First A very beautiful 5-room house with,
natural gas, water, eta, for S20u cash and
819 S3J4 per month.
Second A lovely 4-room cottage, S20O cask'
and SIS 33 per month.
Third A beautiful 3-room cottage. S200 cajhr"
115 33 per month. .
Fourth We have also a number of other!
handsome properties on equally reasonable)
49-Take Southsido cars to Twelfth street,
and Mt. Oliver Incline, or to Thirteenth street,
and the Electric Railway.
OFFICE, 85 KNOX AVENUE,
mh3-TTSSu KNOXVILLE BOROUGH:
The undersigned, assignees of the Farmers
and Mechanics' Bank, will offer for sale as
public auction on WEDNESDAY, April 10,
1889, at 10 o'clock A. Jf., the glasshouse with 8-
Bot furnace, known as the Independent Glass
ompany's plant, at tbe bead of South Four
teenth street. Twenty-eighth ward. Pittsburg,
together with the warehouse, cutting shop, in
cluding engine, boiler, shafting, etc; also one
frame dwelling house and frame office,stabllng;
etc., and other buildings pertaining thereto,
and tbe parcels of ground fronting on Four
teenth and Fifteenth streets and Union alley,
comprising 12 bnilding lots In Maria, Denny's
plan. See Sheriff's deed book, voL . page
Terms of sale Ten per cent of the purchase)
money in cash on day of sale: one-third of tha
purchase money on delivery- of the deed, and.
the other two-thirds in two equal annual pay
ments, with interest from delivery of the deed.
Deferred payments to be secured by bond and
tight mortgage containing tbe usual scire facias
clause on the premises sold. The above will bo
offered as a whole first and subsequently in lots,
H. J. BERG. Jit.
L. S. CUNNINGHAM.
Assignees Farmers and Mechanics' .Sank,
TO IHHSTORS. .
The understood" offer for sale at par and,
$100,000-6 Per Cent.
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS
toilers Valley Gas Company.
Bonds are registered, 1,000 each, and matures
at various dates from 1890 to 1833.
Price subject to advance wlthont notice.
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
TO BUILDERS AND
The handsomest and most desirable piece of.
property on the parks for sale, suitable for
apartment house, club or private residences
property of tbe late James H. Sewell, cor.
N orth ave. and Poplar at. Apply to BL AUK di
BAIBD, 95 Fourth ave., city. mhZ7-25-xhsa
WAIrER 3. OSBORJTE. RlCHABB BASSOW3,
BARROWS 4 OSBORNE
90 Diamond street
Telephone No. 8U
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