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THE iTTTSBUEG- DISPATCH, SUITOAT, APRIL , T, 1889.
DON'T DEITE OUT YET,
Unless You Want to be Entirely Dis
gusted With Country Roads.
A GLAKCE AT THOSE MUD-TROUGHS
And a Discussion of the Legislative Belief
"WHATCOMHISSIONER MEE BATS OF IT
A bill to improve county roads is to be
submitted to the next Legislature and our
County Commissioners hare been studying
its provisions. The township roads of Al
legheny connty are at present about the
worst in the State, as they receive no more
attention than those of the back counties
where hauling is light, and, instead of
growing better they grow worse from year to
year. If people who gauge the civilization
of a locality by the condition of its roads
were to examine those of this county, they
wonld place us lower in the scale than Tur
key or Russia, and it aeems strange that
Mr. Powderly, in his concentrated-lyeish
reply to Superintendent "Warner, of the
"Workhouse, did not impress the necessity
of keeping criminals healthy by employing
them where their labor would not only not
injure the members of the p. of L., but
where the field could not by any possibility
ever be crowded.
It may astonish people whose business re
quires them to navigate the mud streams,
called" roads in this countr, to know that
every year over 5200,000 are wasted'on
them, for almost the entire expenditure is
wasted, and the levy for road tax on the
townships ranges from 14 to 6 mills on the
dollar.. If the claim be that the money is
spent in the employment of the men who
pay the tax, the reply is that these men
might better let the roads alone and devote
their energies to the creation of some kind
of wealth or expend the money or time or
effort to purchase tutti-frutti and other deli
cacies rarely seen in farmers' houses.
WHAT IT IS LIKE.
Header, did you ever see a supervisor and
fiis gang work country roads? They dig or
plow a ditch on each side of the road and
throw the dirt into the center. For some
days it makes hauling very heavy; but, in
dry weather, the track is eventually
smoothed down and driving on it becomes a
pleasure. This condition holds until the
tall rains set in, when the ground becomes
soft and slops over into the ditches. In a
few days they are filled with mud, and the
road is of the consistency of a bed of mor
tar. "When freezing sets in it is still worse,
and the roads of Allegheny county are
worse than "the rocky road? to Dublin."
"When spring comes the ditches instead of
being at the sides of the road, often shift
into one, and that in the center.
It is said that 50,000 were expended last
year on the main road leading out of Char
tiers station, and to-day, if Chartiers creek
were turned into it and 1,000 men set to
mixing the mud, 'twould be a better road
than it is, as now you strike obstructions
every few feet which cause wheels to splash
the mud as high as second story windows.
It would pay the townships better were
they to expend their levy in making side
walks and let the roads take care ot them
selves. They could not be worse than they
now are, and children could at least get to
school with some degree of comfort.
The first bill proposed in the Legislature
was an absurdity, as it only provided a
1 mill yearly levy, which, under the best
management possible, would not produce
enough money to make any appreciable dif
ference in 50 years.
Senator McLane, of "Washington county,
has prepared a bill, and this matter has
been referred to the County Commissioners
of all the counties for opinions.
Messrs. Mercer and MsWilliams, of the
Allegheny Connty Board, referred the mat
ter to Commissioner McKee, they being city
men and feeling incompetent to advise. Mr.
McKee says it is the best that has been pro
posed, but he finds in it considerable to
which he objects. It provides for three su
pervisors without salaries, who are expected
to fix the hours of labor and price it, in
cluding teams, etc The foreman is not re
quired to do manual labqr, and his salary is
to be the same as a man working under him.
It provides for the election of a county en
gineer. Taxes paid in cash ere allowed a
discount, the Senator evidently being ac
quainted with the fact that the average
farmer who works ont his taxes considers
that he has a right to "soldier." Of the
amount of tax collected, 25 per cent is to be
expended in macadamizing.
The objections filed by Mr. McKee are
against the provision that six petitioners
can ask for a new road or a change of grade.
Then, if the Commissioners grant the re
quest, there is no appeal, save as to the
amount of damage allowed; also, to the
provision that allows the viewers to be
selected from the township in which the
proposed new road is to be located or grade
changed. Mr. McKee
DOUBTS THE EXPEDIENCY
of allowing men who might be interested to
be viewers, and thinks they should be
chosen beyond the possibility of bias or
self-interest. The same objection applies
to petitions for bridges. He also thinks the
work mapped out for one engineer would
be more than he would be able to
perform without assistance, and
finally, Mr. McKee thinks it
would be unjust to the cities and boroughs
in this county to require them to pay 75 per
cent of the cost of improving township
roads, after the heavy expense they have
been put to make streets within their own
boundaries, the cities and boroughs repre
senting three-fourths of the assessed valua
tion of the county. Of course this objection
would not apply in all counties to the ex
tent that it does in this.
The assessed valuation of the townships
of this county was, in 1887, $52,024,923; in
1888, $53,025,502, and it is expected to be in
the neighborhood of $55,000,000 this year.
As nothing is likely to be done for two
years, there is a prospect that the townships
will waste $500,000 more, and the loss to
business in both townships and cities from
bad roads will be meantime as much more
before a remedy is reached.
Settlors Setts Reduced 25 Per Cent.
This is one of the newest novelties in the
market. Just the thing for a birthday
memento. These prices hold only till our
HAEDY& Hates, Jewelers and Silver
smiths, 533 Smithfield st, bet. Fifth and
Sixth aves. -WEsa
Dickson, the Tailor,
Is the man tmake your spring and sum
mer suits look like new at a trifle. Give
him a trial, 65 Fifth ave., cor. "Wood st, 2d
floor. Telephone 1658.
A convenient fitting room is a specialty
of our corset department. Come to the
grand opening to-morrow.
F. fiCHOENTHAL, 612 Penn ave.
For a good fitting suit or overcoat eo to
"Pitcairn's Tailoring Emporium, 434 "Wood
See the great bargains in gold and silver
watches this week at Hauch's, No. 295 Fifth
ave. Established 1853. "WTSu
GLOVES fitted In th hand, and everv oair
guaranteed. Come to the grand opening to
ff. Jr. Schoenthax, 612 Penn ave.
For a stylish suitor overcoat eo to Pit-
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THE BAD 01 AND HIS PA.
"Tonne America 'Gets Even With Paterfa
milias for Ones.
San Francisco Chronicle.
The small boy was fond of music, and
there was an opera in town. It was Sunday
night, but he stole out, having been re
fused permission by his mother, and got
away down in front by the fiddles. He sat
there listening delightedly, when he turned
around and suddenly discovered his father
all alone in the next occupied seat. He
made no excuse. He looked up and nodded
"How do vou do, sir?"
A sense of jnstice struck the, old man,
and the small boy knew he was quite Bate.
So they enjoyed the opera together, and
then they started home. There was an awk
ward silence between them. The small boy
waited for his father to speak.
"Ahem! Joseph we will not it would
be better that is you needn't allude to
this matter before-your mother."
There was another long pause. Again the
old man spoke, hesitatingly:
"Ahem! Joseph, how how did you get
ont of the house this evening?"
"By the back door, sir."
"Well ahem! Joseph, we'll go in by
the back way quietly, and not disturb the
And they went in the back way.
Next morning at breakfast the two met
without any sign. The mother spoke up.
"Mr. Smith, I am sure I do not know'
whatever is to come of that boy Joseph."
"What is the matter, my dear?"
"Do you know he actually came and
asked me to let him go to the opera last
"You refused, of course?"
"Certainly; what a question."
Then the father turned sternly to the boy.
"Joseph, I am surprised. Are there not
enough week days for you to go to the opera
that you must go on Sundays?"
"Yes, sir. And I was going to ask you to
give me some money to go to-night"
The old man looked at the small boy,
who was ingenuously looking up in his
face, and said nothing; but when they left
the table he tooc him by the ear and said:
"You young rascal, I suppose you are go
ing to bleed me for tickets everv night?"
"Yes, sir," said the boy, candidly.
And he got them.
A WICKED MINISTER.
A Diplomat Who Cruelly Deceived
"When Minister Thomas re-entered Port
land society with a beautiful Swedish wife
there was a general sensation, and the
story tellers, as well as the gossips of a less
imaginative turn, found an abundance of
material for their employment.
The story goes that at a home breakfast
one morning, before Mrs, Thomas had ac
quired much English, an awkward servant
spilled some coffee on the Minister's coat.
"That's a d d pretty piece of work!"
exclaimed the minister.
"What did you sav then, my dear?"
Mrs. Thomas innocently asked in Swedish.
"I said this is a very fine cup, of coffee,"
blandly replied her husband in the same
That very evening Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
attended a brilliant party. "With a lauda
ble wish to compliment the refreshments
and at the same time honor the English
language by expressing her sentiments in it,
the beautiful Swede exclaimed, after a sip
of fragrant Mocha, "That's a d d pretty
piece of work!"
"Who do you suppose was so wicked as to
invent that story?
HIS PEAIEES WERE ANSWERED.
What the Petitions of an Eccentric Yankee
Lewlston Journal. 1
Belfast used to have an eccentric citizen
ot whom many stories are told. This man,
known as Archie Harden, was once toI3 by
a lady that somebody had Stolen her ax.
"O ho," said he, "I'll get it for you." He
appointed a prayer meeting for the next
evening, and, after talking a while, he
stopped, looked over the congregation a
moment, and said:
"Somebody has stolen sister P's ax, and
if it is not brought back by to-morrow
morning, I will tell who has it. Glory to
The ax was leaning against the wood pile
next morning. It is also claimed that he
reformed a kicking cow by praying for her
and that he once corrected a brother minis
ter by stopping him in the middle of a ser
mon and praying over the mistake which he
said the preacher had just made.
Thieves Break Into Bernstien's Place and
Steal Money and Goods.
Thieves broke into the general house fur
nishing store of S. Bernstien, corner "Wylie
avenue and Tunnel street, early yesterday
morning, and secured goods to the value of
$135 in addition to $35 in cash. A smooth
faced young man, who acted suspiciously in
the store late yesterday afternoon, is sus
pected to be connected with the robbery,
and officers are on the lookout for him.
Stronc Sunlight In Babies' Eyes.
St. Louis Globe-Democrat.:
A child of mine (said Joseph Kendall)
suffered a severe affliction in the eyes a few
years ago, and they are yet weak. I came
to the conclusion that it was
the result wholly of having the child's
eyes exposed to the sharp rays of the sun.
Every day you can seethe servants wheeling
babes around in little carriages, with the
little ones' eyes fully exposed to the sun. I
believe that that is the cause of so many
young children having to wear eyeglasses.
The occulists ire now paying some attention
to this matter.
Qneer Festivals In Yankee Land.
Augusta (Me.) Journal.
Harlequin suppers are now quite popular
in church entertainments. The meffu in
cludes such queer dishes as mock tomato
and hard tack, while the setting of the table
is as peculiar. Side by side sit silver cake
baskets filled with meats and tomato cans
serving as butter dishes; silver salt cellars
as vinegar cruets, et cetera. Everything is
served on dust pans, while coal shovelSjare'
used to dish out beans. The costumes of
the waiters are made as fantastic as possible.
A Clever Artist.
A study head of an old lady.and a paint
ingjof hollyhocks by Lillie N. Houston, in
Gillespie's window, are attracting much
notice from passersby. Miss Houston, who
studied in the New York Art Students'
League, is an accomplished artist.
Dickson, the Tailor,
Is the man to make your spring and sum
mer suits look like new at a trjfle. Give
him a trial, 65 Fifth ave., cor. "Wood st,
2d floor. Telephone 1558.
Silver Mounted Inkstands
Seduced 25 per cent. All goods marked in
plain figures at Hardy & Hayes' removal
sale, 533 Smithfield st, bet. Fifth and Sixth
Triplicate mirrors 25 Per Cent Off
Until our removal to the new building now
being erected for us. Be sure to visit us
for bargains in fancv goods.
Haedy & Hates,
Jewelers and Silversmiths,
"fiTSu 533 Smithfield st.
"Does your mother know you are here?
"No, sir. She wouldn't let me come."
"Anil nrAn'tirnn well ahem
THE GRAND JURY CHARGES,
I Judge Brokaw Says That Body Ignores
Chief Brown ias instructed Captain Mer
cer, of the Second police district, to make a
new information in the case of illegal liquor
selling which was ignored by the grand
Mr. Graham Scott, foreman of the jury,
says that Captain Mercer was the only wit
ness heard, and did not make known to the
jury that he had other witnesses present
Judge Brokaw said that it was customary
for the jury to ignore such cases, and that
he had tired of sending them to court, as
the bills would be ignored in the face of the
strongest evidence. He was angry at the
actios of the jury.
IYAKH0E LOOMING UP.
A New Town to be Built on the Slto of
Old Fort Vance.
, "Work on Ivauhoe, the new town pro
jected at the mouth of Montour run, on the
Lake Erie road, is being prosecuted
rapidly. Streets are being laid out and
ground has been selected for a station house.
The proprietors bought in their plot a hill,
the stripping of which will furnish material
to fill up low places, and underneath the
epidermis is a body of rock which will furn
ish good building stone. In a short time
the place will be so changed that the ghosts
of the Indians who scalped the early set
tlers when they strayed incautiously from
Fort Vance will not be able to recognize it
- GROUND BROKEN
And Work Commenced on the Wylie Ave
nue Cable Road.
The ground, was first broken yesterday
for the construction of the cable railway on
"Wylie avenue. It was the removal of cob
ble stones and the laying of a switch on
Fulton street, bo that cars may be switched
from one track to the other while the exca
vations are being made.
The stone crushers have been stationed at
three places along "Wylie avenue. They
are now being repaired and oiled up for an
early start Scrap stone and granite blocks
are being dumped at various points alone
INJURE JUST TWICE AS BAD.
George J. Smith Wants 820,000 for His
Hurts and 810,000 for a Wife's Life.
Suit was entered yesterday afternoon by
George J. Smith against the Tarentum
Light Company for $30,000 damages. An
explosion of gas occurred in Smith's house,
in Harrison township, February 26, caused
by gas escaping from the company's line
into Smith's cellar. Mrs. Smith was killed
and Smith was severely burned.
He claims $20,000 damages for his own
injuries and $10,000 for the death of his
TO RESTRAIN THE LAKE ERIE.
The Company, in Straightening; Its Line,
Seeks School Property.
James Musgrave, President of the School
Board in Crescent township, filed a bill in
equity yesterday, asking for an injunction
to restrain the Lake Erie road from taking
part of the school property. The Lake
Erie is widening its roadbed and claims the
ground by virtue of its right of way.
THE LAWYERS MEET.
An Effort to Be Made to Organize a State
The monthly meeting of the-Bar Associa
tion was held yesterday. Some new names
were added President Negley announced
the committees for the year. The Executive
Committee recommend the organization of
a State association. The committee was
asked to draw up a plan.
Con tracts Let for Supplies.
The Department of Awards met in Com
mon Council Chamber yesterday and award
ed the little contracts for stationery and the
supplies for the 'ensuing year for the De
partment of Public Safety.
mHE MEMBERS OP ENGLISH STAND
X AKD Lodge No. 31, Order of Sons of St.
George, are requested to meet at their hall,
corner Forty-third st, on SUNDAY, APRIL 7,
at 12:30 sharp, to attend the funeral of our de
ceased brother, James W. Staiiton. ap&55
OTICE P. O. S. OF A. THE MEMBERS
of Washington Camp No. 4, P. O. 8. of A.,
are most earnestly requested to meet at Wash
ington Hall, corner Beaver and Washington
aves., Allegheny, on SUNDAY, April 7, at 1
o'clock sharp, to attend tbo funeral of Brother
Joseph P. Forsytbe. Members of sister camps
are respectfully invited.
C. F. SHTVELEY, Pres't
G. K. HELMS, R. a ap7-7
To rongbers and catchers of 10-inch mills
and down, that tbere will De 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 roughers and catchers of small
mills are requested to attend. ap7-62
-VTOTICE MODERN BUILDING AND
L Loan Association. The annual meeting
of the stockholders of the Modern Build
ing and Loan Association, of Pittsburg,
will be beld at the office of tbe
Association, No. 183 Wylie street, on MON
DAY. April 8, 1889, between tbe hours of 7.80
and 9r.il, for the purpose of electing a Board
of 13 Directors to serve during the ensuing
year. J. E. McCRJCKART,
PrrrSB-PBO, -March 30. 1889. apl-11-1,7,8
PITTSBURG, April L 1889.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Agency of the Allison Manufacturing
Company, John E. Patterson, Agent, No. 8
Smithfield street, Pittsburg, was discontinued
March 1st nit
ALLISON MANUFACTURING CO.,
JEFFERSONVILLE, IND., APRIL 2, 1889.
Seal edproposals,intrlplicate,subject to usual
conditions, will be received here until 11 o'clock
A.M. (Central Standard time),Thursday, May 2,
18S9, and then opened, for furnishing at this
depot 100,000 gallons of Mineral Oil, of 133 flash
test, in cases of two five-gallon cans each. The
U. 8. reserves tbe right to reject any or all pro
posals. Preference will be given to articles of
domestic production, conditions of quality and
price (including in the price ot foreign pro
ductions tbe duty thereon) being equal. All
information furnished on application here.
Envelopes containing proposals sbonld be
marked "Proposals for Mineral Oil," and ad
dressed to undersigned. HENRY C. HODGES,
Assistant Quartermaster General. U. S. Army,
Depot Quartermaster. ap4-78-4.5.6L7.21.22
The undersigned, assignees of the Farmers
and Mechanics' Bank, will offer for sale at
public auction on WEDNESDAY, April 10,
1889, at 10 o'clock A. M-, the jrlasshouse with 8-
Sot furnace, known as the Independent Glass
ompany's plant, at tbe head of South Four
teenth street, Twenty-eighth ward, Pittsburg,
together with tbe warehouse, cutting shop, In
cluding engine, boiler, shafting, eta; also one
frame dwelling house and frame offlce,stabling,
eta, and other buildings pertaining thereto,
and the parcels of ground fronting on Four
teenth and Fifteenth streets and Union alley,
comprising 12 building lots in Maria Denny's
plan. See Sheriffs deed book, vol. , page .
Terms of sale Ten per cent of the purchase
money in cash on day of sale: one-third of the
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 containingthe usual scire facias
clause on tbe premises sold. The above will be
offered as a whole first and subsequently in lots.
3. H. SORG,
H. J. BERG, Jr.,
L. S. CUNNINGHAM,
Assignees Farmers and Mechanics' Bank.
To Capitalists agJannfaGturers:
A RARE OPPORTUNITY AS AN INVEST
MENT OB TOR MANUFACTURING SITE.
Tbe whole or part of 300 acres on the Alle
gheny river and W. F. R. R., 12 miles from the
city, underlaid with coal, surrounded by gas
and oil wells: stone quarry and excellent tim
berontbe psjmlses. For particulars address
' D. BEHEN SON,
ap7-6 - P. O. Box 875, Pittsburg.
KS-Ditplay advertisements one dollar per
square for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on tMs page such as Wanted, For Sale,
Tq 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
publio, Branch Offices have been
established at the following plaoes,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with THE DIS
THO MAS MCCAFFREY, S&,9 Butler street.
EMIL O. STUCKEY, 14th street and Penn are.
E. G. STUCKETACO., Wylleave. and Fulton at.
N. BTOKELY. Fifth Avenue Market House.
EAST ETD. (
J. W. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER ASHElBLEK,Bthav. AAtwoodst
JACOB SPOHK, No. 2 Carson street.
CHAS. SCHWABM, 1707 Carson street
Af J. KAEKCHEB, 59 Federal street.
H.'J. HcliRIDE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FRED H. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS BON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS HCHENBY, Western and Irwin aves.
G.W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PERRY M. GLEIM. Bebeccaand Allegheny aves.
' CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS,
Such as "Wanted," "For Sale," "To Let,"
etc, intended for Sunday's Issue of The Dis
patch, should be received at the main office,
Fifth avenue, not later than 1130 o'clock on
Saturday night, to insure appearance under,
ANTED 10 'RAPID HAND SEWERS.
SAUPLINEB A RICH, 819 Liberty St.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED CHEMIST
for a steel works. Address TROY, Dispatch
WANTED-2 INTELLIGENT YOUNG MEN
as solicitors. Call before 9 o'clock A. M.
3S5) FIFTH AVE. ap7-96
WAN TED-BOY TO STAY IN OFFICE;
call Monday morning. Apply to C. A.
BRUCE, 82 Fourth ave. ap7-U6
V V workman to tike charge of shop. SECH
LOR & CO.. Prospect, Pa. ap-4
V V salesman : good salary will be paid. Answer
uuuxniznt, Ari5paicii.omce. api-io
ANTED-QUABRY FOREMAN, 10 QUAR
HYMEN and 20 laborers at WALKER'i
MILLS, Allegheny county. Pa.
WANTED GOOD AGENT TO -SELL
patented novelty In city; pleasant business;
pays (2 a day. Address J. IV., Dispatch office.
WANTED-THEEE MEN OF GOOD AD
DRESS: must reside in tbe city. Apply
after 10 o'clock, 547 LIBERTY ST., Boom No. 3.
WANTED GUIDE MILL ROLLER A
flrit-elass fralde mill roller: give reference.
Address RICHMOND IRON CO., Dispatch
office. . apT-67
WANTED-GOOD BLACKSMITH USED TO
general mill and forge work. Apply to
duuijualij lawa a " " ' w. jjijii., scon-
WANTED-A COMPETENT YOUNG MAN
as city salesman by wholesale house; first
class references required. Address GROCER,
Dlspatcb office. aD6-29
yTTANTED-TWO FIRST CLASS CARPET
W upholsterers to lay carpetv only those with
city experience need apply. E. GROETZINGER,
627 and E9 Penn ave. " ap7-37
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED BOOT AND
shoe salesman to travel In oil regions and
northern counties of Pennsylvania. Address
BOX 607, Pittsburg, Pa. ap5-28-FSU
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED LAUNDRY
MAN to set up machinery and take charge
of small steam laundry outside city. Address
BOX 401, Cumberland, lid. ap7-17
WANTED-TWO FIRST-CLASS CANVASS
ERS on portraits: experienced men only
need apply. ELECTRIC PHOTO COPYING CO.,
10 and 12 blxth st. , top floor. ap7-99
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN AS CLERK IN A
largemannfacturing concern; must be ac
curate with figures; fair salary. Address, with
references, U. M., Dispatch office, ap7-59
WANTED A TEACHER TVHO WILL GIVE'
Instructions in French and German in his
or her leisure tlm In: exchange for board and
lodging. Address P.-OBox, 638. apG-20
WANTED-S MARRIED MEN TO SELL LACE
curtains, silverware and other household
specialties on paymentsrsalary or commission.
UNION CREDIT CO.rJWFourthave.
ap7-103-TTSU ' - -
WANTED-GOOD COATMAKERS NONE
but good workmen lieed apply; fare up re
funded If satisfactory. Apply 91 FRANKLIN
STREET, Johnstown, Cambria county. Pa.
WANTED-AGENTS" IN PITTSBURG AND
surrounding towns to handle our work.
Address PEARL LAUNDRY CO.. Ltd.. 65 Fifth
are., or 25 and 27 Federal st, Pittsburg, Pa,
WANTED-TWO CARRIAGE TRIMMERS
one on light and one on repairs; also one
first-class carriage painter: apply Immediately.
THOS. S. O'NEIL i, CO., 8821-583 Penn ave., E.
E. ' ap7-25
ANTED-STENOGRAPHER AND TYPE
Wltl'lEK. one who Is canable of dolnf
office work in general, and who bas bad experi
ence. Address, stating salary expected. W.. Dis
patch office. ap7-71
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN, 18 YEARS OF
age, as clerk and driver of a delivery
wagon: must speak German, at JOHN PFITZEN
MElElt'S, No. 70 Grand ave., Mlllvale boro.,
Bennett's station. ap6-10
WANTED-TWO YOUNG MEN ABOUT 18
years of age as solicitors. fork real estate;
Industrious workers for Allegheny and East End;
residents preferred. ALLES & BAILEY, 1M
Fourth ave. Tel. 167. , ap7-51
T7-ANTED-SALESMAN A PARTY WHO
YY has some mechanical Ideas, and one who Is
capable of working up to a good position; must be
a, good talker and of good address. Address
N. P., Dispatch office. ap7-2S
WANTED-AN AMERICAN GENTLEMAN
of refinement to represent a leading bouse;
business strictly first-class: a trial of three
months given, If satisfactory pexmanent. Ad
dress S. B. P., Dispatch office. ap7-lll
roll turner that can tarn all kinds of mer
chant bar rolls, rounds, squares, flats, ovals and
bands, etc., etc Address (with reference and
price per day) "TOLEDO," Dispatch office.
WANT K D CANVASSING AGKN1S-A
rare chance for you In Pittsburg; article
Just out; millions In demand; first ever seen; sells
on sight to gentlemen; no hnmbug. Apply Red
LionHotel, Pittsburg, KAUFFMAif 4MEKCEE.
WANTED-GOOD. RELIABLE AND SOBER
man to take time and keep set books for
public work, railroad construction, etc.. In West
Va. ; single man preferred and must furnish satis
factory reference. Address J. W.,careLock Box
778, Pittsburg, Pa. . ap6-85
-VTJANTED-S FIRST-CLASS MARBLE AND
VV granite salesmen; must have experience In
this line; one for the city of .Pittsburg and Alle
gheny and two to travel elsewhere. Address,
stating experience, DUNNING MARBLE AND
GRANITE CO.. Erie. Pa. mh26-78
-TTTANTED MAN OF INTEGRITY AND
Y Y ability to introduce our goods in Pittsburg;
they can be sold to every business place and pri
vate residence, and tbe demand will be continu
ous. Address, with references, ROBAOHER'S
DISINFECTANT CO., Rochester, N. Y. ap5-20
WANTED-IMMED1ATELY ONE EXTRA
quick first-class granite tracer 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 MARBLE AND
GRANITE CO.. Erie, Pa. mh26-78
-T7-ANTED-SALESMEN-WE WISH A FEW
VV men to sell our goods by sample to the
wholesale and retail trade; largest manufacturers
In our line: Inclose 2-cenf stamp: wages S3 per
day; permanent position; no postals answered;
money advanced for wages, advertising, etc.
CENTENNIAL MAN'F'G CO., Cincinnati. Ohio.
WANTED-HOUSEKEEPKR. ADDRESS W.
M., Dispatch office. Reference required.
ANTED-TEN GIRLS TO SORT KAGS
AUDlv at J. GOLrDBERG'S. cor. r.nlwi-11
and Dinwiddle sts. ap7-97
WAN1ED-GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
WORK; must be a good washer and lroner;
reference required. 539 CARSON ST., S. S.
WANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
WORK In small ramily at Edgewortb,
Fort Wayne Railroad. Address H. J., Dispatch
TTTANTED-FEED GIRL ON CYLINDER
YY presses; only competent feeder need apply
at pressroom. A.A.ANDERSON & SON. Uls
patch building, 99 Fifth ave. ap7-41
WANTED A T.ADY OF SOME-BUSINESS
abilities and good education (former school
teacher preferred); tlO per week: references; call
after 10 A. M. Monday. H. A. SCHROEDER, Mo
Cance block, Smithfield and Seventh ave. ap7-69
Booms, Houses, Etc.
WANTED-BY ALADY ANUNFDBNiSHED
second story back room within 10 minutes
walk from Seventh st. bridge: Allegheny side pre
ferred. Address A B Dispatch office, ap7-4Q
Dials nnd Female flelo.
WANTED-AGENTS, MEN OR WOMEN, TO
sell Missouri Steam Washer to families: ar
guments In its factor numerous and convincing;
sales made without difficulty; profits Urge; sent
on two weeks' trial, to be returned at my expense
Knot satisfactory: write for illustrated circular
and terms. J. M ORTH, Si Beekman, N. Y.
WANTED-SITUATION BY A YOUNG LADY
as stenographer and typewriter; wages
moderate; reference given If required. Address
TYPE, Dispatch office. ap7-43 ,
TTTANTED POSITION BY MALE NURSE OF
. VV six years' experience, a patient to take
-ww. . tiavcA vribu. auuics, v.vv. uuxju
VAN, H Ninth St., Pittsburg, Pa. ap7-56
VTTANTED-SITUATION AS BOOKKEEPER,
VV assistant, or office work by an exnerlenced
bookkeper; good reference; bond furnished If re-
qnta-ed. Address S. JV. F. Dispatch office. ap7-36
"TTANTED-PARTNER-TO INVEST fLMO IN
VV a manufacturing business: a chance for an
active business man. Address MFG., Dispatch
WANTED-PABTNER WITH 1 15, 000 TO 125,
000 lu a saying manufacturing business;
will guaran.ee 10 per cent on investment: busi
ness a monopoly; no risk whatever. Address
TRUSTWORTHY, P. O. Box 682, Pittsburg, Pa.
TTTANTED CAPITALISTS BY AN OLD ES
YY TAB1.1SHED New York House, a special
capital of 5,000; object, enlargement of their
business; references of highest character will be
furnished, and good Interest caaranteed; active
partnership if desired. AddreS INVESTMENT,
Dispatch office. p5-15
"TTTANTED-LIGHT MANUFACTURING A
,VV party having a good plant and location Is
desirous of getting established therein a manu
facturing business; some capital may be fur
nished: quite a rare opportunity is offered to the
right parties. Address, stating kind of business,
number of hands employed, etc, P. O. BOX 732,
city. " ap4-61
WANTED-ACTIVE OB SILENT PARTNER
actlve young man with some knowledge of
bookkeeping preferred; business established and
growing; too much work for present owner; capi
tal desired to add new lines of goods; amount re
quired from M, 000 to S3, O0O; references given and
expected in return. Address ACTIVE PARTNER,
V V where there are no other boarders; private
family preferred; state terms. A. K., Dispatch
room with board, suitable for married coudIo
or two gentlemen. Apply on premises, AMBER
SON AVE., third door from church. ap4-35-wsu
Boarders nnd Lodgers.
WANTED-OCCUPANTS FOR FURNISHED
room with board, at 137 WYLIE AVE.
WANTED-OCCUPANTS FOR PLEASANT
rooms with board, also table boarders.
Apply at NO. 60 B1DWELL ST., Allegheny.
TTTANTED-A GOOD CLOTHING SALESMAN
:V with city experience and city reference.
BACHMAN MODEL CLOTHING HOUSE, Brad
-TTTANTED-OCCUPANTS FOR BOOMS; UN
YV FURNISHED parlors: carpets andportleres
only, inquire at 23 MONTGOMERY AVE., Alle
gheny, Pa. ap7-127
WANTED-OCCUFAN'JS FOR SECOND AND
third-sory front rooms, furnished or un
furnished. Inquire No. 32 ARCH ST., a few doors
from Stockton ave., Allegheny. ap7-105
WANTED-GENTLEMAN OCCUPANT FOR
furnished room having all conven
iences; use of bath, etc. ; fronting the parks. NO.
2t!l NORTH AVENUE, Allegheny. ap7-
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY AT SM AND
8 per cent free of tax. W. C. STEWART;
U4 Fourth ave. Ja20-2-su
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON PROPERTY IN
either city: lowest rates of Interest. SPEN
CER & GLOSSER, 419 Smithfield St. mh23-7
TTANTED-RENTS COLLECTED PHOMPT-
YY LY; property managed with satisfaction.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
TTTAN TEE-MORTGAGES-MONEY TO LOAN
VV at X, S and 6 per cent on city and Alle
gheny co. property, no delay, J. B. COOPER &
CO., 107 Fourth ave. ap7-98
"TTJANTED-TO LOAN MONEY IN SUMS TO
Vv suit, for any desired time and at lowest
rates: negotiating mortgages a specialty. D. P.
THOMAS & CO. ,403 Grant St. apS-19
AN TED-HOUSES AND LOTS, ALL
nrlces and sizes, in Alleehenv or East End:
we have applicants dally for property In above
places. SPENCER & GLOSSER, 419 Smithfield St.
TTTANTED MORTGAGES tl, 000, 000TO LOAN
YY on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
6 per cent, and on farms In Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 6 per cent; no money loaned out
of Pennsylvania. I. M. PENNOCK SUN, 105
Fourth avenue. ap7-f41
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY WE HAVE
over onemllllon dollars to loin on city and
antmrban nronertv at AM ner cent: no tax: we
will also loan money on improved farms in Alle-
KWUIf iK.mi C.fCIH, IIMUlUgHUi auu ,,io,r-
moreland counties; any marketable security taken
for loans of any amount. BLACK & BA1RD, 95
Fourth ave. JeS-a9-su
WANTED-PROPERTY-WE HAVE CU8TO.
MERS for one unimproved farm 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, with some Improvements
and running water, within 25 miles or city; also
for several small dwelling houses of 4 to 6 rooms. In
suburbs; also for business or dwelling houss
property located anywhere In the old city or In tbe
bill district between Court House and Mlnersvllls;
also for vacant lots. Parties having any such
property for sale will please communicate with or
send particulars to office of MORRIS & FLEM
ING, Real Estate and Insurance, 108 Fourth ave.
WANTED-EVERY PERSON TO CALL AND
get new for sale' catalogue. SWING &
BYERb. 107 Federal St. ap5-6-MT6u
TTTANTED-TO BOY FURNITURE, CAR
VV PETS, etc, for cash. PITTSBURG AUC
TION & SfORAGE CO., 93 Third ave.
mh27-7-27. 29, apl, 3, 5, 7
WANTED-TO BUY CARPETS AND FURNI
TURE: cash paid. Call at once, PITTS
BURG AUCTION AND STORAGE CO.. 93 Third
ave. , ap5-68
WANTED-ONE LESSON A WEEK AFTER
5:30 P.M.. In the French language, from
competent native lady or gentleman. Address
P., Dispatch office. ap7-70
TTJANTED-PHOTOGRAHEH'S ARTISTS TO
YY know that we make bromide prints on
short notice and at lowest rates; send for price
list. PITTS BROMIDE CO., 531 Smithfield si.
WANTED EVERYBODY TO KNOW APRIL
Is tbe last month for cabinets at ft 00 per
doz. at ELITE GALLERY. SIS Market St., Pitts
burg, Pa. ; come early; bring children ; use eleva
WANTED HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND
general merchandise for storage; lowest
rates In the cltv: goods moved br experienced
men. PITTSBURG AUCTION ASD STORAGE
CO., 93 Third ave. ap3-4-wrsu
WANTED BUYERS FOR WATCHES,
Jewelry, silverware, clocks; special In
ducements: 10 to 20 per cent discount to cash
buyers for IS days only. JOHN MITSCH, 130
Federal St., Allegheny, Pa. mh22-irwTSu
ANTED-PUPILS DESIRING TO LEARIT
Pitman's or Graham's shorthand and type
writing: experience of 25 years as a practical
sienqgrapner. Aaaress or cau at iuaj
SHORTHAND SCHOOL, 412 Wood St.
WANTED-EVERYBODY TO KNOW THAT
H. Terheyden bas laid In a large stock of
American watches, gold and silver, that he can
sell as low as the lowest; remember the place.
HENRY TERHEYDEN, 530 bmlthfleld St.
WANTED-ALL BROKEN WATCHES AND
Jewelry to be repaired: best workmen and
lowest prices; engraving, gold and silver plating
neatly done; old Jewelry taken In exchange for
new goods. B. E. AEONS, Jeweler, 65 Fifth ave.
WANTED CIVIL BERVICE EXAMINA
TION questions and full Information of
how, when and where to apply for a government
Cositlon sent on receipt 10c. Address NATIONAL
LiLUSlBATED MAGAZINE, Washington. D.C.
WANTED-PART1ES 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 to your bouse. UNION CREDITCO.. 103
$ ourth ave. ap7-102
FOB, SALE IMPKOVED REAL ESTATE.
FOB SALE-THIRD AVE., NEAR NEW POST
OFFICE, good S-story brick dwelling,- 9
rooms, unfinished attic, hall, vestibule, batb,
range, good cellar, side entrance; Iot24x80. J. R.
COOPER & CO. ap7-98
FOR SALE-NOS. 220 AND 222 ELLA ST.. NEW
double frame dwelling or S rooms in each: lot
24x85 ft.; rents for f348; only S2,850f fSOO cash; bal
ance to suit: positive bargain. THUS. MCCAF
FREY, 3509 Butler st. fe24-97-wssu
FOR BALE A BARGAIN - CHATHAM"
street brick house, 6 rooms, also two frame
bouses In rear, fronting on State: lot 20x96; rent
8540; 10 per cent net investment. J. R. COOPER
& CO., 107 Fourth avenue. ap7-98
CWR bALE-CONGRESS ST.-CHEAP 3-STORY
A. brick dwelling; 9 rooms, hall. batb. range,
b. and c. water, marble mantels; a well-built
bonse and good repair; terras to suit. J. H,
COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave. ap7-98
FOR BALE BLUFF BTBEET, NEAR COL
LEGIA new brick house 8 rooms, ball, bath
room. Inside w. c, finished basement: a complete
house, all late Improvements; lot 23 feet 9 Inches
by 133 feet. ROBERT COWARD, No. 20 Bluff
house of 8 rooms and. storeroom; now occupied as
grocery: first-class location; lot, 20x127, to Keat
irJfif u.eJ! ! terms. J. B. COOPER & CO.,
107 Fourth ave. ap7-9S
FOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE
FOB BALE-ON vCRAWFOBD ST. BBrCK
dwelling; S rooms; lu good condition; price
very low; lot 24X133 to Tannehlll st. J. C.
REtLLY, 77 Diamond st. ap7-U2-TTS3n
EOR BALE-ON HARRISON ST., UEAB
Forty-nlnth-2 2-sty. frame dwellings of 4
and 6 rooms: price f3,900j will net purchaser 8 per
cent; lot 22x100 to alley. J.C. REILLY, 77 Diamond
FOB SALE-RARE BARGAIN - PROPERTY
on Clay St., near Fotty-nlnth; lot, 22J,xl00
feet, with a good frame house, shingle roof
and stone cellar, of 4 rooms and kitchen and
frame of 4 rooms In rear: tbe whole renting for
S25: price, S2. 400: very easy payments. THOMAS
McCAFFBEY,-3y09 Butler it. ap7-125
East End Resloences.
FOR SALE-2 SMALL HOUSES OF 4 BOOMS
each at Oakland; price. Si, 600 each, or (3; 000
for the two, C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue.
FOR BALE-ON FIFTH AVE., NEAR OAK
LAND, 4 6-room brick bouses, with lot 66x100
ft.: rent S80 ntonth. SPENCER A GLOSSER, 419
Bmlthfleld st- ap6-93
FOB SALE A SNUG HOME OF 7 BOOMS,
with all Improvements: Immediate possession;
lot 40x137; no cfty taxes; act qnlck. See JOHN F.
BAXTER, Agent. 512 amlthfteld. street.
T7IOR SALE-I32.500-AN ELEGANT KESI
JP DENCE, desirably located on a paved avenue,
with good sewerage, In the heart of Shadyslde;
lot 114x400 feet. W. C. SIEWART, 114 Fourth
TTIOB BALE-I1.200-TERMS 850O CASH, BAL
JJ ANCE f 100 the first year and S200 a year there
after will buy a 4 room house with 2 acres of
ground on Leamington avenue. W.CTEWART,
14 Fourth ave. ap7-z
FOR BALE-I16.C0OSUBSTANTIAL NEW
and attractive brick residence of 12 rooms, with
large lot; nothing better lor tbe money in the
East End: is desirably located on one of the main
avenues. W. C. BTEWAET, 114 Fourth ave. ap7-2
!OR 8 ALE-J3.800 WILL BUY A FINE 6-ROOM
residence, bav -window. lar?ehalL rood cel
lar, large fruit and shade trees; lot 37xl07H: this
Is In a first-class neighborhood and near all
churches, schools, cables, etc. MELLON BROS.,
6319 Station St., E. E. ap3-13-FSU
FOR SALE-IS, 900 TERMS TO SUIT PUR
CHASER, substantial new and attractive
brick dwelling, having 4 rooms on first floor, 4
rooms and batn on second. 3 attic rooms and all
conveniences: well finished throughout; desirably
located In Oakland. W. C. STEWART. 114
Fourth ave. ap7-2
FOR SALE-7,50O-TERMS S1.000 CASH. BAL
ANCE S25 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.
SIEWART, 114 Fourth ave. ap7-2
FOR SALE-10,000-TERMS TO SUIT PUR
CHASER; new Queen Anne brick residence,
having large porches, vestibule: 4 rooms on first
floor, 1 rooms and bath on second and 3 attic
rooms; well finished, nicely papered and bas
fine gas fixtures; good stable on premises; large
lot; located on a paved avenue. In a well-lm-
roved and desirable neighborhood, W. O.
TEW ART', 114 Fourth ave. ap7-2
FOB BALE-HAZEL WOOD-A GREAT BAB
GAIN ; only H 500; frame dwelling, 7 rooms,
hall, good cellar, etc.: also frame house, 3 rooms;
lot 90x300, fronting on two good streets: terms to
suit buyer. J. B. COOPEB & CO.", 107 Fourth
FOB SALE ON BEAVER AVE., ALLE
GHENY, frame house 6 rooms, hall, cellar
and side alter; lot 23x80 feet; price S3. 300.
LASHELL & RANKIN, 67 Fourth ave. ap"-3
FOB SALE-A NUMBER OF DWELLINGS
located on Bldge ave., Lincoln ave., North
are., and othergood streets in Allegheny. Parties
desiring to purchase will find It to their Interest
to see VV. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave., befoie
FOR SALE-98.00O-EASY TERMS, NEW, SUB
STANTIAL, attractive Queen Anne dwell
ing, containing 11 rooms and all conveniences:
lot 50x160 feet,located In a desirable neighborhood
in lower part or Allegheny. W. C, STEWART,
114 Fourth avenue. ' ap7-2
FOE 8ALE-S3.000-THAT ELEGANT NEW
and substantial press brick dwelling (never
occupied), containing 9 rooms, batb, stationary
washstands, laundry, cement cellar and all lm-
Srovements, located on Ackley st., head of
lonterey st. W. C. STEWART. 114 Fourth ave.
TTIOB SALE-AN IAVESTMENT-A 2-STORY
X? 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:3on tbird: lot 22x120 to paved alley; located
on Beaver ave.. Allegheny; price only $5,500.
THOS. LIGGETT, U4 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-AT A BARGA1N-A NEW HOUSE
of handsome design with all modern improve
ments. McCUntock ave., Allegheny, near new
electric road, having 8 full-sized rooms, finished
attic ball, vestibule, inside shutters, large pantry,
cedar, china and other large closets, elegant gas
fixtures, slate mantels, electric bells, both gases,
city water, laundry with stationary tubs, bath,
Inside w. c and stationary w.s. ; furnace in cellar;
plumbing and drainage the best;, house finely pa-.
Jiered throughout; porches, slate roof, and lot
0x135. REED B. COYLL 4 CO., 131 Fourth ave.
lOB SALE-CHEAP LITTLE HOME ON
Grey's road, near Brownsville ave. ; 4 rooms
ana gooa cellar: price few; iot 04x01. j. i
REILLY, 77 Diamond St. ap7-112-TTSSn
FOR SALE AT CORAOPOLIS, P. &L.E.R.
It., dwellings large and small; also a large
number of desirable building sites and lots.
LASHELL & RANKIN, 67 Fourth ave. ap7-3
FOR'SALE-AT SHOCSETOWN STATION, P.
& L. E. B. R., 4 bouses and lots, each lot
47Kx200feet: price forall 3,300: also bouse of 6
rooms, lot 80x90 feet; price $000. LASHELL &
RANKIN, 67 Fourth ave. ap7-3
FOR 8ALE-INGRAM, P., C. & ST. L.-S3.000-$500
cash, balance as rent; new frame house,
6 rooms, hall, attic front and side porch, well of
good water, nat. gas, good sewerage, fruit trees,
etc. J. B. COOPER CO., 107 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE AT SHERIDAN 2-STORY
frame house,nearlynew,6 rooms, ball, trout
porch.lot 60x100, well set with choice fruit; price
2,300. Two-story brick bouse, 9 rooms, lot UOx
64-13; price $3,800. Two-story frame bouse.3 rooms
and stable, lot 40x100, well set with fruit: price
$1,100: sold on small payments. Two-story frame
house. 5 rooms and finished attic lot 100x100, well
set with choice fruit; price &800. THOS. LIG
GETT. 114 Fourth ave. ap5-24-Trran
FOR SALE LOTS.
TJIOR SALE-TWO LOTS-ON EAST STREET
X? extension: 24x125 each; price for both SLOOO.
THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-VERY DESIRABLE LOTS ON
Strawberry lane, Allegheny; near street cars;
cheap; easy payments. VVM. A. SIPE, Attorney
at Law, 93 Diamond St., Pittsburg. ap6-8
IOR SALE-LOTS AT EMSWORTH, CON
VENIENT to station: one of the finest loca
tions on the Fort Wayne rOad: lane, beautiful
lots at low prices ; call and see plan. J. B. COO FEB
& CO., .107 Fourth ave.
FOR BALE-5 BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS
at Clifton station. P., Ft. W. & C. E. R. . 2
lots 45x133 feet each, price $X0, d lots fronting on
Allegheny ave. to Middle alley, 185x156 feet In
Llggate'splan; price (700. LASHELL & RAN
KIN, 67 Fourth ave. ap7-3
FOR SALE-LOTS, LOTS, LOTS, LOTS, WIL
KINSBURG, 6 mlnntes from station; finest
location and cheapest lots In the borough: 52x120
each; new board walk from station : street sewered
and macadamized; natural gas, etc.: terms $200
cash, balance 10 years. J. B. COOPER & CO., 107
Fourth are. ap7-93
FOR SALE-FARMS IN OH 10, WELL SUITED
for farming and stock; send for list. F. E.
HARTZELL, over first door east P. O., Alliance,
FOR SALE 147 ACRES SITUATE IN WEST
MORELAND county, W miles northeast of
Ardara station, only 18 miles from Pittsburg; bas
30 acres of coal. Is good wheat or stock farm; well
watered; house of 5 rooms, large bank barn: land
Is rolling, and all under cultivation: price 110, 0C0;
this is the best farm ror tbe money dh the Penua.
B. B. W. C. STEWART, 114 1 ourth ave. ap7-2
J710R SALE-200 ACRES AT -ARDARA 8TA-
TION, Pennsylvania Railroad, 18 miles from
Ittsbnrg (as a whole or to suit purchaser), has a
large sand stone quarry opened, a large sand bank
and aoout 1C0 acres of level land suitable for man
ufacturing purposes; adjoins Carnegie Bros. &
Co., and only five miles from thenew Westlnir
bouse Works at Wllmerdlng. W. C STEWART,
114 Fourth avenue. ap7-2
FOR SALE-A VERY SUPERIOR GRAZING
and stock farm. In Fauquier county, Vir
ginia. 40 miles south ot Washington city, one mile
from W arrenton Junction, Virginia M. it. R. ;
1.003 acres: highly improved, well watered, hand
some residence, with modern improvements,
stone grist mill, cattle house, etc.; this valuible
property will be sold as a whole or In two parts at
a sacrifice. Address A. N. BASTABLE. 27 West
North ave., Baltimore. ap2-86-TTSSu
I rOR SALE-LIST JUST ISSUED CALL OB
send rorjone. EWING & BYERS, 107 Federal
FOR SALE-D. BEHEN & SON,
4112 Penn avenue, Pittsburg.
One lot, 42x50, No. 518 Euclid ave., E. E., with
new Queen Anne cottage, 6 rooms, hall, attic
Two lots: 20x100, Carnegie ave., with 6 houses, 3
rooms each: will pay 10 per cent clear.
Two lots, 21x130, Thlrty-se'oud st. and Penn
arc, with 4 brickhouses on rear. i
One lot, 34x103, Forty-second St., with frame
honse of 6 rooms.
Three corner lots, 71x103, Frankstown ave., E. j
, wua a one ouuiuogs, a rooms ana storeroom
Lot 20x129, 457 Cedar st , with 4-roomed frame
Building lots: 20x110, Carnegie ave.: 20x130,
Cedar st.; 20x100, Butler ave.; 50x185, Wllklns
bnrg; 50x135, Bennett st., Homewood; 20x100,
Laurel ave. : lots, sizes to suit, on Liberty ave.
Two lots, 22x160, Ridge St., with frame house, t
rooms and cellar.
One lot, 30x10, 311 Arch: St., 'with 6-roomed frame
house; payments same as rent; a rare bargain.
Two lots,-20x89, Wylie, near Erin St., with brick
house of S rooms. ,
For orlce and terms see D. BEHEN A BON.
BOB. SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE-BLUFF ST.. NEAR COLLEGE,
lot 23 ft. 9 In. by 141 ft. ROBERT COWARD,
20 Bluff st. mhlO-23-TTSSU
East End Lots.
FOB SALE-SEVERAL CHOICE XOT8 DESIR
ABLY located on Fifth ave, Shadyslde. W.
C. STEWABT, 114 Fourth ave. ap7-2
TjWR SALE-2 LARGE LOTS. 24x100. REY
JJ N OLDS street, near DaUas station and Bou
levard place: price, $.350: easy terms. MELLON
BROS., 6349 Station St., E. E. ap3-13-rsu
FOR SALE-A TRIANGULAR LOT FRONT
ING S3 feet on P. R. R. at Dalits station, op
Boslte WestlnEhouse place: price $250. MELLON
ROS.. 6349 fetation St.. E E. ap3-14-Thsu
FOR SALE-ONE LOT 25x175, FAIRMOUNT
avenue, near Penn avenue cable line; level
and good location: price $300; easy terms. MEL
LON BROS., 6319 Station St., E. E. ap6-7-wsa
FOR SALE-THIRTEENTH WARD, NEAR
car stables 3 acres: nicely situated, and can
belaid In lots to good advantage: rapid enhance
ment certain; terms easy. J. R. COOPER 4 CO.,
107 Fourth ave. ap7-9S
FOB SALE TWO CHOICE BUILDING LOTS,
Bennett street. Bank of Commerce addition,
Brushton station; each 40x139 feet to alley; price
low and terms easy. JOHN F. BAXTER, Agent,
512 Smithfield street. ap7-63-TTSsa
TTIOR SALE CHOICE LOTS AT DALLAS STA
Jj TION. P. .R. R.. convenient to steam and
street cars; cheap and on easy terms; situation un
surpassed; price ranging from $403 to $600. Inquire
ofD. C. NEGLEY, 6106 Penn ave., East End.
FORSALE-12 ACRES OF GROUND SUITABLE
for laying ont In lots. Is perfectly level, weU
elevated and desirably located In the heart of tbe
East End. In a neighborhood that will undoubt
edly be strictly first class: within 10 minutes' walk
of Fifth ave. cable cars: has over 3,000 feet of
frontage; owner was asking $3,600 an acre but
will take $2, 500 an acre if sold by Slay 1; terms to
subpurchaser. W. C. STEWART, ill Fourth
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-$2,2C0-SUMMEB RESORT 4 MILES
east of Cresson Springs. JAS. I). MAIT
LAND, Gallitzln. Pa. ap4-75
FOR SALE-LARGE BRICK STOREROOM
with 4 living rooms, in a first-class location;
Frankstown avenue, near station St.: 3-room ten
ement in reir: lot 20x100; price $5,800. MELLON
BROS. ; 6349 Station St.. E. E. ap3-13-F Su
FOR SALE - BUSINESS PBOPERTlES ON
good business streets for $8, 000 cash; they are
the best bargain now on tbe market for tbe money:
will pay a good percentage on tbe Investment and
bound to Increase In value. C H. LOVE, V3
Fourth ave. ap4-67-Thssu
FOB SALE-$10O,C0O-THE LARGEST AND
best located piece of propertv suitable for
retail trade in Pittsburg: owner bas been holding
for $140,000, but will take the above price If sold
at once; particulars to principals only. W. C.
STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. ap7-2
FOR SALE-SEVERAL PIECES OF PBOP
EKf Y on Fourth ave. : also a number of
pieces on Penn ave., Smithfield st. and other
good streets: will take pleasure In sriving fnll par
ticulars and showing surveys to parties desiring
to purchase. W. V. STEWABT, 114 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-ON LINE OF B. B.. ABOUT 45
miles west of Pittsburg, a good license hotel.
2-story frame, 11 rooms, good barn, ona-half acre
of ground: doing a good bnslness. and within one
mile of a good mining town with 300 employes:
propertv, license, good will, etc.. for $3,000, If
sold at once: good reasons for selling. THOS.
LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave. ap5-23-TTS8a
FOBSALE-DRUG STORE: GOOD LOCATION;
doing a good bnslness: reasons, going Into
other business. Address W. B. M., Dispatch of
FOR SALE-JEWELHT AND STATIONERY
store: will Invoice $1,500; a bargain that will
bear investigation; town growing: 6,000 pop.: In
Western Pa. Address A. B. M., Dispatch office.
FOB BALE -FINE RETAIL GROCERY
Store In tbe East End, doing a business of
from $25. 000 to $30, 000 a year. Inquire of CHAS.
F. FRAZEE, Drummer for ArbuckleCo . 800 to
TJIOR SALE LEASE, GOOD WILL AND FIX
JD TUBES or a feed store: well located and now
doing a good and profitable business; the only
reason for selling Is declining health of the pres
ent owner. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenne.
FORtSALE TIN AND SLATE BUSINESS,
large tin and stove store with slate yard; all
tools good condition; wagons and horses; doing
paying bnslness; pay Investigation; farther par
ticulars Inquire of ALLES & BAILEY. 164 Fourth
ave. Telephone 167. ap2-U
TTOR SALE-GROCERY STORES FROM J250 TO
X $2,500: drug stores, cigar and notion stores,
boarding houses, bakeries, confectioneries, res
taurants, hotels, shoe stores, printing office, coal
works, gents' furnishing business, etc.: 100 busi
ness chances to select from. SHEPABD & CO.,
54 Fifth ave. ap2
FOR SALB-CONFECnONEBY-ONE OF THE
best locations In Allegheny, all lor $1, 000,
consisting of showcases, counters, shelving, 60
Jars, soda fountain. 6 marble top tables, chairs,
freezers, tubs, 1 gas engine, cost $600, and every
thing pertaining to a first-class confectionery;
bouse contains 7 rooms and storeroom; also buggy
and harness Included: low rent. J. R. COOPER
CO.. 107 Fonrth avenue. ap7-98
niachlnerv and Metals.
TT'OR SALE-REMINGTON TYPEWRITERS,
JU cabinets, office supplies and fine grades of
linen papers for writing machines. A. M. MAR
TIN, 412 Wood st. ap5-39
FOR SALE-WjE 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-y77su
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock. tc
FOB SALK-1 BREWSTER SPAR BUGGY AND
set of harness, nearly new; will be sold
cheap. Inquire of A. JACKMAN & SON, No. 530
Penn ave. . ap7-73
FOB SALE-THOROUGHBRED KENTUCKY
gray mare. 7 years eld, for lady's riding and
driving use: warranted perfectly sound. J. K.
DILWORTH, Bldwell St., Shadyslde. ap7-4
FOR SALE-TWO FINE PONIES. SUITABLE
for any lady or child to ride or drive: don't
scare at anything, and have good style with good
manes and tails. 3806 FORBES STREET. ap7-33
FOR BALE-FINE CAERIAGETEAM-BLACK
mares, gentle and sound, about is bands
high: will be sold cheap, as owner has no further
use for them. Can be seen at T.B.MORELAN D'S
STABLES, East End. ap3-85-ThSSu
FOR SALE-A BEAUTIFUL SMALL SHET
LAND pony, aBeeoecart and light leather
harness: pony Is well broke to saddle and harness.
CaU at HOTEL VOGELEY STABLE, or write to
W. A. C, P. O. box 1002, Butler. Pa. mb31-10-SU
FOB SALE-ONE 4-YEAR-OLD TROTTING
colt, sired by Pardo, 1420, dam by Tom AUen:
it is well broken and shows great speed: also one
3-vear-oId filly by same sire and same dam. For
particulars Inquire of SEIDEL BROS., 102 Fed
eral St., Allegheny, Pa. apS-87
FOB SALE-SAFES-A LARGE NUMBER OF
second-hand safes of small and medium sizes
which we have received In exchange. We will
sell them at low prices, ranging from $25 upward,
delivered at your nearest railroad depot. Send
for particulars. STANDARD MFG. CO.. Sixth
andBaymlllerst.. Cincinnati. O. mnl7-80-sn
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
On the beach, sea end of Virginia avenne.
Steam heat, electric bells. Will open Febru
ary 9, 18S9.
fal3-72-MWTSn BUCK fc McCLELLAIT.
SUMMER HOTEL AT INGLESIDE, COR.
Rebecca St. and Penn ave., has been newly
furnished throughout, and with Its' fine
grounds, fruit trees, stables, etc, will make It
THE MOST DESIRABLE LOCATION
in East End, on line of Penn ave. cable cars.
ap7-35 Address J.M.KENNEDY.
We have yet a few of those beautiful homes
First Avery beautiful 5-room honse. with
natural gas. water, etc, for S20U cash and
$19 33 per month.
Second A lovely 4-room cottage, 1200 cash
and 110 33 per month.
Third A beautiful 3-room cottage, 200 cash;
S15 33 per month.
Fourth We have also a number of other
handsome properties on equally reasonable
-WTake Southside cars to Twelfth street,
and ML Oliver Incline, or to Thirteenth street,
and the Electric Railway.
OFFICE, 85 KNOX AVENUE,
TRAVEL TO EUROPE
WILL BE UNUSUALLY HEAVY
this season. Secnre berths early. We repre
sent most popular lines, sell drafts, foreign
coins, etc- at New York rates and secnre pass
ports. MAX SHAMBERG & CO,
lmhI7-WSs W Smithfield t Pittsburg, Pa.
rrfl LET-BRICK HOUSE. HALL" ASp' T
X rooms. 195 Fulton st., at $22 per mo. J.3U
BTONER, No. 22 BakeweU BaUdlng. ap.
mo LET-OB FOB SALE-A COTTAGE HOUBH
L. on Monnt Washington, cor. Gray and Dll-
worth streets; has eight rooms, large lot. asd it
supplied with natural gas and cltv water, In-
qulre at the office or the .
CO., 10 and 12 Wood st.
inire st ine omce ox we jrxxj.auxfcu J J uriii
Cost End Residences.
TO LET-FENN AVE., EAST END. ON LINl
of cable cars, 7 rooms and bathroom, new
bouse. $27 50 per month. THOS. LIGGETT. 114.
Fourth ave. ap3-e5-rrsu
TO LET-MELLON STREET, 7 ROOMS, NEW
LY papered, large reception halL gas. Queen.
Anne design, large grounds: best nelghbortiood:
$25 per month. MELLON BROS.. 6349 Station
St., E. E. ap6-SS
TO LET A NEW S-ROOM RESIDENCE.
Bond street, with batb, w. c, bot and cold
water, gas. good sewerage, large porches: good
nelghoorhood:$20per month. MELLON BROS.,
6349 Station st E. E. ap6-64
TO LET-FINE RESIDENCE. TWO-STORY
brick mansion- seven rooms and finished
attic, cemented cellar, bathroom and all convert-'
lences; a acres oi ground, xrurt trees, sajuouerr.
stables, etc: win be rented, low to good party;
Shady ave., opposite Wllkins ave. Inquire or N.
8. SNYDER. St. Nicholas Hotel, or J.B.HYND
MAN, 6212 Penn ave.. East End. mh5-3-TW88g
TO LET FINE 7-ROOM BRICK HOUSE, 70
Klrkpatrlck avenue, Allegheny: bath, lava
tory, laundry, bath gases: $28: no water tax. W. '
W. MCNEILL & BRO.. 105 Fourth ave. p5-41
TO LET-AT BHADYSIDE, A HOUSE OF fi
rooms; large ground, modern comfort and
elegance possession at once. Address MATHEWS,
Dispatch office. ap7-22
O LET-HOUSE 10 BOOMS, WITHGABDEN.
stable, etc, near Patterson station, P. C. a
Y. B. B.. and Crafton, P. C. & St. L. R- R. In-
Snlre of B. F. SHAFFERS, Crafton, Pa., orad
ress F. C. BIGGEST. Rochester. Pa. mh21-63
TO LET-MY HOUSE, THIRTEEN BOWM8,
at Laurel Station, Ft. Wayne road, all mod
ern Improvements, stable and carriage honse two
acres ground, with ilrer view. Inquire onprem
lses. or at 219 Lacock street, Allegheny. WM. T.
IO" iET NICELY FURNISHED IBONX
room. 63 ARCH ST., Allegheny. ap7-3t
TO LET-1 NICELY FURNISHED ROOM AT
reasonable price. Inquire No. 70 CHATHAM
ST.. city. ap7-71
TO LET-ONE FURNISHED FRONT BOOM.
or2rooms unfurnished. 60NORTHDIAMOND
ST., near new library, Allegheny; rent moderate.
TO LET-FIN ELY" FURNISHED BOOM WITH;
all modern conveniences, on Union ave. ;
suitable for one or two gentlemen; reference.
Address E. Z., Dispatch office. ap7-U7
TO LET-UNFURNISHED ROOMS-SOME
four-room flats for housekeeping; one six
room house: some storerooms For particulars.
Inquire on premises. 44 FOURTH STREET. apZ-18
TO LET-ELEGANT FURNISHED BOOM,
with board, with privilege of bath, to man
and wife or two single gentlemen; reference re
quired. Address F.O.X., Dispatch office. ap7-64
TO LET-THBEE-STOBY WABEHOUSB
with basement, 138 First ave. Inquire of
H UNT CLAPP, 95 Fifth ave. mhl9-44
TOLET-THBEE ADMIRABLY ARRANGED
rooms for general bnslness 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 the best to
be bad In the city: electric lighting free: passen
ger and freight elevator and Janitor service in
cluded. Bents $300. $400 and $1,000 per annum:
situation the most central, within a few hundred
feet ofaU tbe public buildings and of the leading
business squares. Apply between 11 A. if. and 4
P. if. atthe NEW DISPATCH BUILDING. 75. 77
and 79 Diamond street. mhl4-74
IO LET-SMALL BRICK STABLE-INQUIBH
ol j ii. jjjDjiij, IMA renn ave. pi-iw
PERSONAL BERNARD E. ABONS, JEWEL
ER, can now be found at 65 Fifth are.: new
goods, large stock and lowest prices; fine watches
and lewelry repaired. ap7-136
PERSONAL FRENCH SPECIFIC! UN
EQUALED for kidneys and bladder, blood
Olson, discharges, etc. GRIFFITH'S PHAR
1ACY, cor. Third ave. and Grant St.. Pittsburg,
PERSONAL DEAB JOHN WILL YOU
please buy zee one of those beautiful chate
laln bags which I saw at ACHE'S Trunk Store,
cor. W ood and Diamond sts. They are Just lovely
and all the rage. Yours, Mollle. ap7-108
PERSONA L BOOKS WANTED IF YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth $1,003, let us know: we will bny one as
quickly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK STORE,
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. fe20
ERSONAL-IT IS REALLY A COMFORT TO
shop at ACHE'S: clerks are always courte
ous and accommodating: It seems no trouble for
them to show goods, and then you are always sure
of tbe best at the lowest possible price; they bare
Just finished some elegant styles of harness,
trunks and bags; see them. Cor. Wood andDla
mond sts. ap7-106
BEWARD-TA-VA-ZONI NATURE'S PRICE
LESS gift to suffering humanity : for all ail
ments. Visit GRIFFITH'S PHARMACY. 301
Grant, cor. Third are.. Pittsburg, and secure a
bottle; you wiU be well rewarded for your visit.
Also a bottle of that sovereign remedy Ta-va-zoa
Lung Cough Syrup A most potent and unfaUlng
cure for coughs, colds, throat and lung troubles.
LOST-BULL TERRIER DOG, YELLOW AND
white oval spot on bead; heavy collar; name
F. Corse; liberal reward. Return to BOOM 2,
Jackson building. ap7-79
LOST-SOLID GOLD ENGRAVED BAND
rings for ladles, $1 each; babies' solid gold
rings. 50 cts.: children's solid gold rings. 73c and
SI: gent's solid gold Initial rings, $5 Si. B. E.
ARONS, Jeweler. 65 Fifth ave ap7-13S
T OST-BETWEEN THE CORNER OF FIFTH
JU ave. and Stevenson St. and Bobert st. and
Wylie avenue, a book belonging to the Mercy
Hospital. The finder will be suitably rewarded
by leaving same at tbe MERCY HOSPITAL.
FOUND-SEVERAL GENUINE DIAMOND
rings, from $10 up: genuine diamond cus and
collar buttons, $3 50 and np: genuine diamond ear
drops, $10 and up; dlamondscleaned free of charge.
B. E. ARONS. Jeweler, 65 Fifth ave. -aD7-138
AUCTION SALE OF CONSIGNMENT OF
flrst-class carpets and furniture, Friday
morning, April 9, at 10 o'clock. Fine parlor
suit in crushed plash, all spring edges and
hair filled, fine oak suit, cherry and walnut
salts, mirror door wardrobe. Windsor folding
bed, Turkish conch, hair and husk mattresses,
fine china closet, oak sideboard. Etagere fine
cabinet, French plate mirrors, fine rugs, cur
tains and clocks, moqnets, body brnssels, Wil
ton velvets and ingrain carpets, china, glass
and silverware, eta; goods will be sold regard
less of valne to highest bidder. HENRY
AUCTION CO., LLSL. Auctioneers. ap7-S3
A UCTION SALE
Carpets, ingrain and brnssels; rags, portiers,
chenille, Turkoman lace curtains, shades, eta.
ON 8ATURDAY. APRIL 6,
at m a. m. ana v r.n.
Furniture, bedding, stoves, parlor and
chamber salts, sideboards, wardrobes, tables,
chairs, rockers, chiffoniers, lounges, tetea,
beds, hanging lamps, dishes, matting, oil cloth,
linoleum, toilet sets, engravings, historical
paintings, refrigerators, ice chests, baby bag
gies, etc., etc.
PITTSBURG AUCTIONAND STORAGE CO-apo-61
93 Third ave.
GREAT AUCTION SALE
LAWS SALE STABLES.
Comer Thirteenth and Liberty streets.
The following described stock will be sold to
tbe highest bidder:
73 head of Moles, of which 25 are good pit
105 head of horses.
1 beantif ul brown horse; can trot in 2:40
1 gray horse, with record of 2.35.
1 sorrel horse; can trot in 2:40.
1 bay horse; can trot in 2.35. '
Any person in need of the above stocK will
find it to their advantage to attend this sala '
Saturday, April 13, at 10 o'clock.
ap7-122 D. A. McKELVEY. Anctloner. "
The nnderslmed offer for sale at par and i '
accrued Interest "
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS
CMere Valley Gas Company.
Bonds are registered, $1,000 each, and mataw :
at various dates from 1B90 to 1893. ,
Price subject to advance without notice. .,
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
WALTIB J. OSBORNE. RlCSAXSBAB&Oirsl
BARROWS A OSBORNE
80 Diamond street,
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