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THE FITTSBUBG-' "DISPATCH. SUNDAY, '' FEBRUARY 1, 189L
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ARGUING FOR CASH.
Mandamus Proceedings Against Con
troller Grier Heard.
A QUESTION OF GOYiSRMIKG LAWS.
The Judges Will Examine the Papers and
Decide the Case Later.
IESTEEDAI IN THE CODS!! COURTS
The final argument in the mandamus pro
ceedings of Robert Berry against Controller
Grier, to compel the payment of fees for
holding inquests as Deputy Coroner, tooK
place Yesterday before Judges Collier and
Elagle". '
-itiorneys Moore and McFarland appeared
on behalf of Mr. Berry and Kobb and Fitz
simmons for Controller Grier. The argu
ment was opened by Mr. Fitisimmons reading
the answer of the Controller to the mandamus.
He assigns as bis reason lor refusing to pay the
DeputyCoronerthattbe act oflSS9. under which
Le was appointed, is a ceneral act and does not
..'? to Allegheny county, which has special
lans.
. .. act of 1811, which was re-enacted and
ui-de special to Allegheny county by the act of
1S36. be asserts, is the one under which the
Corouer works. He can only deputize a J iistice
ot the Peace to hold an inauest in his alienee,
and Mr. Berry is not a Justice ot the Pe-icc
He lurtlier maintained that the act of 1SS) is
uncoitimtiunal. because it provides for pav
ing tlie Dcputv Coroner by leo, whereas the
Constitution sins that in counties haTiug over
15U,0UU inhabitants all county officers shall be
paid byalay.
V. D. Moore replied on behalf of the Deputy
Coroner. He asserted that fees and salary
were uot sjnonomous, a a bbown by the
Constitution and statutes. The term "fees."
as used in this case, he said, meant the com
pensation allowed by law for doing the services
named, ana had no relation to salary. The act
of lsi3, fixini the salary of county officers in
counties ot over 500,000 population, only ap
plies to those officers ho entered on their
duties after the census of 1S90 became known,
which was Januarv 1,1891. The other officers
remain under the act ot 1SSL The acts of 1856
and 1M1 being special, he claimed, were uncon
stitutional. John S. RobD next spoke for Controller
Grier. He contended that nndcr the act of
lfeJGoalva justice of the peace could be depu
tized to hold an Inquest. The Constitution
provides that all couiitr officers shall be paid
Dy salary, and in the act of 1SS1 there is no pro
vision for a deputy coroner, and the plain im
plication Iron) the. provision of the statute is
that there should he no deputy coroner. If
there should be deputy coroners, then their
salaries should He iixed by the balary Board
under the act of 1S76. as the salaries of deputy
ahenffs are fixed. In conclusion, he contended
that the act ol ISS9 was unconstitutional.
The Court took the papers and reserved a de
cision. JJISTBICT C0TJBT GEAND JUB0ES
Drawn by the United States Commissioners
Yesterday Afternoon.
Grand jurors for the March term in the
the United States District Court were drawn
by the commissioners yesterday to serve at the
sitting at fecrauton. They are as follows:
George A. Chalf ant, manufacturer, Etna, Al
legheny county; A. A. Coleman, clerk. Canons
burg, Washington cuunty; William Sprague.
assessor, Pittsburg, Allegheny county; E. L.
lialliet, farmer, Limestonville, Montour county;
C. S. Fargo, merchant, Nanticoke, Luzerne
count; Levi Beal. farmer. Unity. Fayette
count-; William Hartley, gentleman, Bedford,
Bedford count-; M.V. B. Scof, gentleman. Mo
noncaaela Cross Roads, Fayette county; P. M.
Teats.aeent, Hummel's Wharf, Snyder county;
H. L. Phillips farmer, Lauder. Warren county;
David Wattson, farmer. Allenwood, Union
county; E. P. Pope, expressman, Montgomery,
(Susquehanna county; John F. Scott, gentle
man, Pittsburg, Allegheny county; Joseph
Cramer, contractor, Cramer, Indiana count);
George W. Briscoe, waiter, Altoona, Blair
county; L. H. Martin, gentleman. Williamsport,
Lycommc county: John Burkhart, farmer,
Butler, Butler county; Anderson P. Miller,
farmer, Fisher. Clarion county: A. G. Church,
attorney, Meadville, Crawford county; Isaac
Meuserole. merchant, Spnngville, Susquehanna
cuunt; Thomas A. Pender, bailiff, Pittsburg.
Allegheny county; Thomas Ralph weigbmaster,
Pittsburg, Allegheny county; G. G. Hutchinson,
manufacturer. Warrior's Mark; Huntingdon
county.
TO-MOEBOWS COUBT "WOEK.
Cases to Be Presided Over by the Several
Judges.
Common Pleas 2s o. 1 Rows et al vs Lynn; Fi
delity Title and Trust Company vs Niag
ara Fire Insurance Company; same vs
Bon Fire Office; same vs Merchants'
Insurance Company: McCabe vs Mc
Aleese etal; Swartzwelder vs Woods; QuaiU
tb KUdc; Gumbert etal vs Wood;. Douglass
vs Carson et al; Ganby Mining and Smelt
ing Company vs First National Bank: Poor
vs Reed.
Common Pleas No.Z Borouhg McKeesport vs
Canfield: same vs tame: same vs Brindle; same
vs Brown: same vs Clark; Duke vs Jeffreys;
Kcanlon vs Baugbman: Weaver vs Hamilton;
Riddle vs Stewart; Elkin vs Popmger et nx;
Karl vs Pittsburg .Manganese Company; Black
& Co. v Craig: Shafl er vs Delp.
Criminal Court Commonwealth vs Joseph
Higgins, John Moleska. Anthony Moleska,
Leonious Letonious, John Andrelius, John
Atchas.
BEE GOT EXE CHILD.
A Habeas Corpus Case Settled In Judge
wings Court.
The habeas corpus case of Mrs. Anna Hanna
against her husband, William Hanna, to secure
possession of her five-year old daughter, was
conducted before Judge Ewing yesterday. The
couple had separated and the father retained
the girl. The case was settled by the father
agreeing to let the mother have the child.
When tne order was made the child refused to
go with her mother. She was finally carried
-way screaming and struggling.
Several bstauders went to give the mother
assistance, but sbo threatened to knock down
any man who touched the child, thinking they
wanted to take her from her. The father of
fered no interference.
QUESTION OF A TEASE MAKE
Decided by Judge Acheson in the United
States District Court.
In the United States District Court yesterday
Judge Acheson handed down a decision on the
application for preliminary injunction tore
strain the Anchor Medicine Company, of this
city, from using the word "Anchor" as a trade
mark. The application was made by Dr. F. A.
Richter, wbo testified to using the word in Ger
many and to having had it registered here lu
lbS9. The defendants, however, snowed they
had u'cd it since lSbo, and were ignorant of the
existence of the German firm.
The Court held that he was not justified in
restraining the defendants from conducting
their business as it had been done four years
prior to tiling the bill. The motion was denied.
Six Men for One Crime,
In Criminal Court to-morrow will begin the
trial of six Italians for the murder of one of
their countrymen, which occurred last fall.
During a celebration of some event a fight was
started in a shanty boat at Cbartiers during
which one ot the men was shot and subse
quently died. Out of some 30 men arrested at
the time, the Coroner held six of them for the
crime.
Minor Notes of the Courts.
A charter was granted yesterday to the
Indies' Relief Society of Allegheny.
In the suit of H. W. Lawaeinst George G.
Jeremy, an action on a note, a verdict was
given sesterday for 176 03 for the plaintiff.
The commissions of 121 notaries public of
Allegheny county, signed by Governor Paul
son, were received at the Recorder's office
yesterday.
Judge Ewixg heard arguments on appeals
yesterday of F. I Bobbins, of the Robbins
Coal Company, who was fined by Alderman
Bell for coaling locomotives on Snnday.
The Court yesterday fixed Thursday, Feb
ruary 5, for an argument in the case of A. Gil
fillen against Allegheny county, to restrain
Controller Grier from depositing the county
funds in the Central Bank.
Sarah J. P. Waonxb yesterday sued for
divorce from Charles U. Wagner, alleging that
he bad been convicted of bigamy- Eugenie
Schmidt alleges that her husband, Gustavo E.
Bchmldt, offered her Indignities and she wants
a divorce.
Jusox Btoite Imposed the following sen
tences yesterday: H. R, McPherson, assault
and battery, 8 cents fine and costs; William
Llston, same offense and same sentence; W. R.
.McGlnness, the same offense, 125 and costs- 8.
C.De Woody, larceny, 2 hours to the peniten
tiary. Jaxe GnAHAM entered suit yesterday
against M oses Dean for (10,000 damages for the
death of her, husband. She alleges her hus
band died from liquor furnished by the de
fendant, who is a saloon keeper. David Staup,
another saloon keeper, is also sued by the same
plaintiff for a like amount.
THREE EXHIBITIONS.
prrrsBUEa abt lovers can bevel nr
GOOD W0BES.
The Water Colors at the Academy of Science
and Art Building Yerestchagin's In
fluenceThe Accomplishments at the
Bchool of Design.
The exhibition of water colors at the
Academy of Science aud Art Building on
Filth street last week, was, it is believed,
the first exhibition of this distinct character
ever held in Pittsburg. As such it must
be considered of more than usual import
ance, because it marks a decided adrance
and is an event of no small moment. It
means also that the Art Society has entered
upon a course of practical activity, with the
avowed purpose of advancing art in a public
way, by every means at its disposal.
Tnis exhibition is but one of the treats
planned by the directors for this season.
The next one. probably, will be an exhibition of
Mr. C S. Rinebart's works, upon the occasion
of his visit to this city by invitation of the Art
Society. The reception which will be tendered
Mr. Rinehart on the evening of the 19th can
not, in the nature of things, be public, but it
Is believed that his works will be open to the
public for several days at tho Academy build
ing. The number of. water colors on exhibition
was 61. Among tlicni were works by Chase,
Church, Crane, Edwards, Ferris, Gibson, Mur
phy, Parton, Smillie, Wyant and other well
known painters.
Beyond doubt the little picture by Chase,
entitled, "Au Revoir," is the gem of the col
lection. There is a delicacy ot feeling for form
and expression displayed in this little work,
together with a perfectly satisfactory treat
ment of detail, which is rare. Indeed. The
Church pictures cannot be considered other
than sketches, symphony in blue, harmony in
green, or what you like. They are simply
beautiful suggestions, and considered as such
arc charming. They are in manner somewhere
between the absolute certainty and truthful
ness, with freedom, of a Fortuny and the abso
lute certainty, without freedom, of a Messonier.
It would be better if they were one thing or the
other.
Among the other works are many possessing
good qualities and many of very ordinary
quality The exhibition, however, taken in
connection with the one in Allegheny and the
scientific lectures, under the anspices of the
academy, by Prof. Young, this week, indicates
pretty strongly the tendency of the time, and
promises an Intellectual aud artistic activity
heretofore unknown.
In the Carnegie Galleries.
The sensation experienced by the native
citizen of Pittsburg upon entering the Carnegie
Art Galleries, in which are hung the famous
paintings by Vassili Vassllievitch "Verest
chagin is new, and beyond doubt agreeable.
You enter the beautiful granite building from
Federal street and ascendhe broad stairway
to the reoeption hall. At once, and instinc
tively, you feel that the apartments are filled
with an air of elegance and refinement which
lias always been associated in your mind with
the famous galleries of Europe; or. it you have
not been abroad, with the Metropolitan Ma
scum or the Corcoran Gallery. People tread
lightly as ihey pass from one case to another,
or walk before the great canvasses which are
forever telling stories of war, trin mpb or travel.
Around yon, on every side, aud dividing the
hall, are draped with exquisite taste the finest
Oriental rngs In the Vorld.
One of these is 60 feet lone and wnrth a
'fortune. It is superb in color and beautiful in
design. It is looped up m tne center, forming
a low archway through which visitors pass to
the upper galleries. As you study the perfect
harmony of design and rare quality ot color, an
image arises in the mind, aud you see the
patient Oriental carpet weavers toiling unceas
ingly, thread by thread, year after year, with
out a thought of the ultimate destiny of their
production. Perhaps tbeso -carpets full gay,
that wraught were in the Orient," graced the
presence chamber of royalty. The Russian
guard sits patiently at the entrance. Hundreds
ot thousands have passed him in like manner
since he left Moscow with the paintings 12
years aeo. and you are to him but one of this
innumerable company.
There floats through the elegant apartments
themnrmurof subdued voices as groups, with
catalogues in hand, discuss the paintings, their
merits and significance. The atmosphere is so
different from that out of which you cimea
moment ago. The hurrying throng on Federal
street, tbe ward politicians, buzzing about the
plain building across the way, bent only on
securing re-election to office, the squatty market
house which has but one purpose in the world,
that of filling tbe stomachs of men; the scurry
ing electric cars, bobbing long with a ferry
boat like motion, under a network of wires
which disfigure the war. all these belong out
side. Within is a fountain of intellectual
activity and from it are flowing to-day innumer
able streams of thought and aesthetic culture,
which reach out to the uttermost bounds of our
great cities.
In the presence ot these works the mill
ionaire and tbe intelligent clerk aro on
equal terms. They get the same kind ot
pleasure and the same quantity, other things
being equal. Kothing like this sight was ever
before witnessed in Pittsbnrg or Allegheny. It
is simply a new revelation we see ourselves In
a new light for tbe first time. This is the true
significance of tho remarkable Success of tbe
exhibition that other communities bad tbe
people to enjoy art exhibitions of this kind and
the art to enjoy. We have always had tbe ap
preciative people, but never had the great col
lections to enjoy.
Surely Mr. Andrew Carnegie planned well
and wisely when he erected this beautiful
building and dedicated it to public use. His
faith in tho ultimate outcome of the plan was
firm, although to many it seemed sanguine. It
is now demonstrated beyond a shadow of doubt
that art, upon being furnished a home in our
midst, will find its way into that home, and
that the people at large are more than anxions
to enjoy the intellectual feasts thus furnished
them.
The Design Exhibition.
The School of Design exhibition will be held
this week. Thursday the work ot the pupils
was examined and medals awarded, full men
tion of which has already been made in The
Dispatch.
Now Patents.
The following is a list of patents issued to
"Western Pennsylvania, Eastern Ohio aud
West Virginia inventors lor the week end
ing January 27, 1891, as furnished .by O. D.
Levis. Patent Attorney, 131 Filth avenue,
Pittsburg, Pa.:
J. F. Bender, Canton, O., plow jointer; J.
F. Bender, Canton, O., plow wheel. J. H.
Croskey and B. U. Ripley, Pittsburg, Pa.,
sand blast stencil; C. I Goehring, Alle
.ghenv. Pa., rotary cutter head; J. "W.Harti
gan, Morgantown, W. Va., dental anodyne;
Henrv Hardstutf, New Castle, Pa., wire
nail feeder; H. J. Heinz, Pittsburg, Pa.,
sample exhibiting barrel; E. A. Hollister,
Welch Glade. "W. Va.. plow; P. C. Lawless,
Allegheny, Pa., flexible piping; "W. F.
Richards. Pittsburg, Pa., fluid graduating
device; Ephraini Smith, Pittsburg, Pa.,
mowing machine.
I HAVE seen the magic effect of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy in cases of croup and
colds among iny grandchildren. "We would
not think of going to bed at night without a
bottle of this remedy in tbe house. Cham
berlain's medicines are growing more popu
lar here every day. J. R. Dodds, editor of
the daily and weekly Arbor State, of "Wy
more, Neb. wsu
SECOND MIDWINTER EXCURSION TO
"WASHINGTON CITr, ,
Via the B. & O. K. B.,
On Thursday, February 12. Bate, 59 the
round trip, tickets good for ten days and
valid for trip to Baltimore. Trains leave
Pittsburg at 7:25 a. m. and 9:20 p! m. Pall
man parlor cars ou day traiu and sleeping
cars on night train.
Plates.
To reduce stock we offer remarkable in
ducements. We now display on our counters
three special bargains at 25, 35 and 60c. Do
not fail to see them.
White china This is positively our last
week for our great mark down tale of -white
china. Call early.
Chas. Bexzkxsxexn,
152. 15i and 166 Federal street,
AIL kinds of furniture re-upholstered.
Hauoh & Keenah, 83 Water street.
Desirable Houses and Rooms for Bent
Described in the To Let Columns of The Dis
patch to-morrow. Mondays and Thursdays
are special rent days.
A CULINARY TREAT.
The Public Cooking Scheol Holds
Commencement Exercises.
A LIST OP THE FAIR GRADUATES.
Great Preparations for the Stats Teachers'
Association.
HEWS F-0M TEACHERS AND SCHOOLS
One wonld suppose that the twelfth com
mencement exercises of the Public Cooking
School would not be such a conspicuous
success as the previous events, on account of
the rainy weather of yesterday, but the
crowd of visitors was as immense as ever.
The large hall of the Grant School .was
utilized for exhibition purposes. Four
large tables covered with snowy linen and
outlined, by a framework of smilax, were
filled with innumerable dishes, whose repu
tation on similar occasions has already been
established. A wealth of pink and green
bnnting artistically extended across tho center
of the hall, formed an arch on the platform
and covered the chandeliers.
Superintendent Luckey made a few intro
ductory remarks, staling that tho school is now
three years old and that the Industrial Com
mittee had dispensed with the practico of giv
ing prizes, as it Droved burdensome and caused
dissatisfaction.
Controller E. S. Morrow was then introduced,
and stated that the Scriptural quotation that
"Man should not live by bread alone" is as trne
to-day as 19 centunei ago. Yet man must have
food, and it must be prepared for him. Tbe
art of cooking appears to bo a lost art, as at
tested by the number of dyspeptics. There is
close communication between the brain and
the stomach, and we ought to bail this era that
is helping to make cooking a fine art. It
promises well for tbe coming man. The lessons
these graduates received were more useful
than any of the higher branches, and these
lessons were only tbe foundation upon which
they were to build.
Dr. Guy McCandless delivered the diplomas,
and as each representative of tbe different
classes came forward for tho bunch of diplo
mas, be said a few happy words to each. One
pnpil cooked 631 dishes and another 500, during
tbe term. Tbe entire class earned the reputa
tion of having cooked the best and greatest va
riety oi dishes of any of their predecessors.
The visitors were then served with the tooth
some viands. Before the'onslaught, Superin
tendent Luckey proudly poised an immense
platter, containing a large llsli, for the inspec
tion ot tbe visitors. To facilitate matters. Sec
tary Reisf ar, Mark Lewis and D. R. Torrence,
of tbe Industrial Committee, sliced tbe cakes
and pies with great skill, while under Mrs.
Halloa's superior management a corps of grad
uates served the visitors.
Tbe following is a complete list of thoso who
were given diplomas: Anna Bonne, Nellie
Brocket;, Annie Henderson. Alma Kennedy,
Sophia Kilmain, Agnes McCaffrey, Nellie JIc
Cutcbeon, Annie Price, Agnes I'ryer, Bertha
Schamborg, Florence Smith, Alice Tyler, Laura
Wallace, Maud Wilson, Lizzie Ziedler, Josio
Haumer, Fannie McKee, Mamio Morris, Anna
Kupp, Mattie Bobson, Stella Schueman. Lyda
Tori e j, Mamie Tussey, Kate Walsh, Lulu Yonn
ker, Lizzie Wyman. Mamio Jones, Sadie
Kenney, Sallle McCann, Minnie Nichol, Bessie
Oglesby. Bosey Phillips, Hannah Reynolds,
Emma Suttzer, Mary Schubert, Grace Thomp
son, Aggie Holden, Louisa Giedel, Lizzie
Thompson, Emma Aring, Fannie Chiley,Lizzie
Conley. Mary Edwards, Maggie Noble, Clara
Godfrey, Maud Lewis, Mollie McCleary, Katie
Noland, Annie O'Conner, Mollie Rosenthal,
Annie Leeds. Rose Solomon. Mary Thomas,
Mamie Sweeney, Cora Brush, Clara Barr. Car
rie Jacobs, Ida McCandless, Helen Johnson,
Ida Rohen, Maggie Mariner.
Educational Notes.
It is rumored that a very popular primary
teacher ot the Wickersham School, is to be
married in the near future.
At a private meeting of tho Executive Com
mittee of the Teachers' Guild, held yesterday
morning, several naixes were nominated for
candidacy. The Guild meets next Saturday.
The provisions of the bill presented in the
Legislature by Representative Farr for the
attendance of children of certain ages in the
schools, are regarded with favor by the educa
tional fraternity of Pittsburg.
Miss Emma Hui.uk, of the Soho school,
has been called upon to bear heavy afflictions
in the past nine months. Her father and
mother both passed away, and last Thursday
her sister and only near relative died.
Air -unexpected treat was in store for the
teachers of tbe Hazelwood and Sylvan avenue
Echooli last Tbursday that was not down on
their daily programme. Mrs. Cunningham in
vited the entire corps over to an elaborate
lunch.
MBS. Vak WAGaONEK,of Kingston, N. Y.,
has signified her willingness to accept tho po
sition of drawing supervisor of the Pittsburg
schools at a salary of 51,100. The Committee
on Teachers anil Salaries will meet during the
week to elect a supervisor. There are other
applicants beside Mrs. Van Waggoner.
The Teachers' Permanent Certificate Com
mittee, comprising Prof. C. B. Woods, J. K.
Bane. W. W. Kennedy, Miss Mary E. Graham
and Ella McCntcheon, will bold the first of a
series of examinations next Saturday at the
Miller street building. The subjects will bo
drawing and music The examinations will
continue rive Saturdays.
Philadelphia will be the scene of a great
educational gathering on tho 24th, 25th and 26th
of February. The National Association ot
Superintendents, a branch of the National
Teachers' Association, will discuss ideas for the
benefit of tbe schools at large. On the same
dates at the same place State Superintendent
Waller has called a meeting of the city, county
and borough superintendents.
The schools are doing their share to help the
poor sufferers at Mammoth. On Friday the
Washington schools collected $02. The Mt.
Washington school received contributions Fri
day and will receive more to-morrow. The
North school also will have a collection to
morrow. A large case, filled with canned fruit,
coffee and other edibles, wero contributed by
the pupils of the Washington schools and will
be sent to the scene of tbe disaster to-morrow.
Dr. J. P. Stebbet and D. A Stevenson,
Directors of the Hiland school, whose terms ex
pire in June, will not likely have any formida
ble opposition at the coming election in Feb
ruary. Under tbe board to wbich these gentle
men belong there has been a remarkable im
provement in the schools of the ward, and
these gentlemen bavo been foremost in the
changes. Three new school houses have been
erected, with no additional tax on the citizens
ot the ward.
The Higbee Memorial Committee, of which
Prof. Fisher is a member, have now secured
1,000 wbich will cover all the expenses of the
monument, bust and memorial volumes.
Chairman McCaskey, of the committee, who is
editor of the -f-'ennjiii'anfa School Journal, re
ports the monument ready for erection as soon
as tbe weather permits. A final report of the
manner of distributing the contributions to
tnis fund will be prepared tor the State Teach
ers' Association in July.
Peof. H. W. Fishee, Chairman of the Ex
ecutive Committco of the Teachers' State As
sociation, has called a meeting at Harnsburg
next Friday, of the committee to outlino the
programme and secure rates on tbe different
railroads for tbe coming State Teachers' an
nual meeting, which this year meets in Bed
ford. The members of tbe committee are ex
Snperintendent Brumbaugh, of! Huntingdon
countv; Prof. G. W. Hull, of Lancaster county;
C. a. Walton, of Chester county: Miss E. Loyd.
Principal of the Newtown schooi, Delaware
county; Prof. Phillips, of the West Chester
Normal school, and Prof. H. W. Fisher. Pitts
burg. MEETINGS.
ATTENTION, STONECUTTERS A SPE
CIAL meeting (business of importance)
will be held nn MONDAY EVENING. Feb. 2,
at 7:30 o'clock, at 25 Federal st-, Allegheny.
Full attendance requested.
VeI-30 By order of the Lodge.
LEGAL NOTICES.
NOTICE-MY WIFE, LIZZIE PFALZ
GRAF, has left my bed aud board with
out just cause or provocation. I hereby notify
all persons not to trust her on my account, as I
will not be responsible for any debts contracted
by ber after this date.
Jan CABY 3L 1S9L PHILIP PFALZGRAF.
JaSl-M
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THOMAS McHENRY, Western and Irwin ares.
G. W. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PERRY M. GLEIM, Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
WANTED.
Male nolx.
COACHMAN-EXPERIENCED COAOTIMAN
by private family: mnst have first-class
relerenccs. DUQUESNE, Dispatch office.
Js31-CS
CLtKKSHII'-IN OR AROUND PITTSHUKG.
by a graduate of the Maryland Collcse of
Pharmacv, wltli long experience In a flrst-clans
drug store In a large city; best references as to
ability as pharmacist and chemist and character
furnished. AddrcsslMl.G., Dispatch office. fel-U
COLLECTOK-MUST BRING EXCELLENT
references or give bond. T. O. MCELROY,
No. J Sixth St. Ja31-71
DETECT1VES-TO ACT IN THE SECRET
Service under Instructions of Captain Gran
nan, cx-Chlef of Detectives or Cincinnati: ex
Serience not necessary: particulars free. GKAN
AN DETECTIV1S BUREAU CO.. 44 Arcade.
Cincinnati, Ohio. deJ-O-sn
DRUG CLERK Q. A.. WITH GOOD REC
OMMENDATIONS: ?10 per month; can sleep
in store If desired. W. D. ROBERTS, Washing
ton, Pa. fel-a
FOUNDRYMAN A FIRST-CLASS MAN:
one who can make as good sand and chilled
rolls as are In the market. Call on or address Z.
BURNS, Hotel Duquesne, between iebrnaryl
and 5. Ja25-
-I OOD PAPER HANGER AND WHITENER
X to do some work for a real estate firm. Ad
dress BOX 363, Plttsbu rg. fe 1-77
&ROCERY CLERK-AN EXPERIENCED
v.ung man about IS yrnrsor are; German
preferred. Address A. S Dispatch office.
fei-27
AHORERS-AT UNION STORAGE CO.'S
J TWENTY-FIFTH STREET WAREHOUSE.
fel-63
MAN-SOBER. INDUSTRIOUS MAN TO
work In wholesale liquor stjre: one who
understands something about the bnslness pre
ferred. Address T. G. T Dispatch office.
fel-:4
M
AN-AN ENERGETIC MAN IN EACH
JXx. county to Introduce our hardware special
ties: liberal pay; 15 samples free. THEAVK1GHT
MFG. CO., 34 Park Row, New York. icl-143
MEN-AT ONCE, HONEST. ENERGETIC
men to travel and solicit orders for nursery
stock; men with some knowledge of agriculture
preferred: permanent employment and good pay:
state age and nrevlous occupation. For terms and
particulars, address B. G. CHASE & CO., 1430 H.
Penn Square, Philadelphia, Pa. Ja3l-40-TTSSu
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON-FOR MEDI
CAL department ot a branch office of our
electric and medical sanitarium to be established
In this city: one experienced in the treatment of
nervous and chronic diseases: must furnish ex
ceptional references. Address correspondence
rROF. J. C. CHAMBERS & CO.. Electrlo and
Medical Sanitarium, No. 60 Washington av.. De
troit, Mich. Ja31-41
SALESMEN ON SALARY OR COMMISSION
to handle the new patent chemical ink eras
ing pencil. Tbe greatest selling novelty ever
produced. Erases ink thoroughly in two seconds;
no abrasion of paper: MO to 600 per cent profit:
one agent's sales amounted to (620 in six days;
another (33 in two hours. .We want one energetic
general agent for each State and Territory tsample
y'raall 35 cts. For terms and full particulars,
address THE MONROE ERASER MFG. CO.. La
Crosse, Wis. Ja31-9
SALESMEN-RAND, McNALLY & CO.'S 1891
atlas or the world, Indexed, Just out: gives
both old and new U. S. population figures:' 315
Iiages, new maps, latest changes; price 93 75;
Iberal terms; exclusive territory. KAriD. MO-
aalui a uu., inroiaTST. new ior iny.
fcl-1
SALESMAN -TO TRAVEL "THROUGH WEST
MORELAND. Fayette and Indiana counties.
One who is acquainted with the trade preferred.
Must come well recommended. None other need
apply. Address HUSTLER, Dispatch office.
. ' - ' 1a30-63
ALESMEN WELL ACQUAINTED WITH
grocery, bakery and confectionery trade in
Pittsburg, Alleghenyand nearby towns; security
required. Address w, D., Dispatch office.
jel-124
SALESMEN WE MANUFACTURE THE FIN
EST white enameled letter: new nrocess:tbe
best: send stamn for sample. BELLEFONTAINE
MFG. CO.. Cincinnati. fel-19.
ALESMAN EXPERIENCED MAN FOR
real estate, for Sonthtldc. on commission.
ALLES & BAILEY, 161 Fourth av.T cl.167. fcl-50
UPHOLSTERER-TO HANG SHADES. LACE
and heavy curtains, and general upholstery
work; only those with city experience need ap
ply. E. GROETZINGEK, 627 and 629 Penn av.
fcl-76
YOUNG MAN WITH 300 TO 1500, -IN LIGHT
manufacturing business; sales cash, goods
in demand; nronts (10 per day: money wanted to
Increase business; must be accepted within one
week;notrlflers. Address W. C., Dispatch office.
fcl-125
Agents.
AGESTS-TO SELL AND EVERYBODY TO
use Dr. O'Keefe's 25 cent pills. Good as
gold. 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, leucorrhcea pills,
backache pills, eye pills, teething pills, asthma
pills, croup pills, soro throat pills, nerve pills,
nervous debility Dills, whooping cough pills, non
cathartlc pills, malaria pills, piles pills. Price,
V cents; large bottles. II. UK. O'KEEFE A CO.,
Homeopathic Chemists. 31 Filth av., Pittsburg.
V ill move to 703 Smltlifleld st. April 1. Ja25-13
AGENTS WE WANT RELIABLE MEN IN
Western. Central and Northwestern Penn
sylvania, wbo are already traveling salesmen, to
carry our lubricating oil samples as a sideline;
namereference and territory. MANUFACTUR
EKS''OILCO Cleveland, O. Ja21-100
AGENTS-EVERYWHERE, FOR TTIE NEW
book, 'Indlan Horrors, or Massacres by the
Red Men"; write quick for circulars or send 35
cents for elegant canvassing sample; big sales;
big pay. E. GATELY & CO., 25 Federal st?, Alle
gheny, Pa. fel-40-Tusu
AGENTS-ACTIVE AGENTS IN EVERY
county to sell Ta-va-zon Key-to-Blood and
Ta-va-zon Cough Svrup: best on earth. Call or in
close stamp to DR. GRIFFITH DRUG CO., Third
and Grant 616., Pittsburg, Pa. (Copyright).
fel-119
AGENTS-TO SELL "EMIN PASHA." BY
A. J. Mountenvy-Jeplison; the great com
panion book to Stanley's "In Darkest Africa;"
sold only by subscription. P. J. FLEMING A
CO,, 77 Diamond st. )a25-TWTrES
AGENTS-LADIES AND GENTLEMEN A
bonanza for good workers. ROOM 1, Excel
slorBuildlng, corner Grant St. and bixthav.
fel-63 -
Female Help.
DRESSMAKERS-TO INVESTIGATE MME.
Kellogg's system of ladles' French tailor
ing; the only system m America that cuts Worth's
French front, back, darts, skirts and sleeves
without refitting: Journal or French Tailoring
free. PARLOR, SO0PENN-AV. fel-8
LADIES TWO EXPERIENCED YOUNG
ladles for office work: good penmanship and
recommendations required: position open wlih
an old reliable firm. Address X. Y. Z-, Dispatch
office. fel-lll
MUSIC TEACHUR - LADr TO TEACH
'piano. Address C. H. MILLARD, 22 Cbcs
nut6t. Ja3l-51
Boarders and Lodgers.
BOARDERS-IN E. E.-HANDSOMELY FUR
NISHED parlor suite, two single rooms and
room suitable for two: terms moderate. Address
M. N. O.. Dispatch office. fel-117
OCCUPANTS-LARGE FJIONT BOOM AND
two back; both gases: bath; second storv;
private famllr; rent reasonable. Call at 3608
FIFTH AV., Oakland. fel-;
Financial.
IF YOU WANT TO BORROW OR LOAN
money on mortgages, buy or sell real estate,
we have the best of facilities for handling prop
erty and placing or moneys promptly. MOLAIN
&2UGSM1TH, 437 Grant st. lel-12
MONEY-OUR FACILITIES FOR FURNISH
ING money to any amount on bond and
mortgage are unequaled: lowest rates of interest
and no delay. It you need money aDOly MORRIS
& FLEMING. 1W Fourth ave. J y27-86-TTSSU
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF
country property, and at low rates. In large
and small amounts. Call on WILLIAMS & CO.,
Excelsior Building. 653 Grant st. Ja27-6S
MONET LOANED-LOWE3T BATES OF IN
TEREST, according to amount and loca
tion: no delay. BAXTER, THOMPSON & CO.,
Ut Fourth av. se30-S9-Tussu
MORTGAGES-MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS
. to suit at 4X, 6 and 6 per cent. ALLES &
jjAiLEY. 164 Fourth ave. TeL 167. apl4-l-TTSsn
TO LOAN MONEY-WE HAVE OVER ONE
million dollars to loan on city and suburban
property at X per cent; no tax: we will also
loan money on Improved farms In Allegheny.
Beaver, Fayette, Washington and Westmoreland
conn ties; any marketable security taken for loans
of any amount. BLACK BAIBD, 95 Fourth
ave, JeJ-aO-su
WANTED.
Situations.
BOOKKEEPING OR OFFICE WORK-BY
young woman. Address L. G., Dispatch
office. . fel-98
MANAGEMENT OF A SET OF BOOKS BY A
competent and reliable party, or any other
clerical work that only requires a part or his time
dally; reierence given. Address SPECIAL. Dis
patch office. Ja23-22
POSITION AS MANAGER IN RETAIL
pharmacy: longexperlence: best of reierence.
Address MANAGER, care Schwartz, Cneswrlght
a. vuerry, ooa St.. city. ica-t
H.. DispatchjOffice.
POSITION-BY AN EXPERIENCED CLOTH
ING salesman; best of reference given.
Address B. B. 25, DIsnatch office. fel-C2
POSITION-AS BOOKKEEPER: SIX YEARS'
experience: a No. 1 references. Address
P. T. N., Dispatch office. Ia31-5Q
S1TUATION-A3 COLLECIOR BY MIDDLE
AGED man; can give good references as to
character and security. Address COLLECTOR,
Bharpsburg P. o. Ja28-24-WFsu
S1TUATION-AS COMPOSITOR: GERMAN
and English; strictly sober and reliable man.
Address CH. F., Dlspatcb office. fel-41
Partners.
PA RT N ER-A GENTLEMAN OF EXPERI
ENCE wishes a partner In the purchasing of
a valuable oil property; a marriageable ifnuian
preferred. Address JACKSON, Dispatch office.
fcl-25
PARTNER TO TAKE A ONE-THIRD INTER
EST In well-established manufacturing busi
ness; capital required, $3,000. Address 1NTER
LST, Dispatch office. Ja29-8
PERSON OR PEKSONS-WITH CAPITAL OF
S7.000 to (10,000 to invest In a safe and perma
nent Investment: 8 per cent guaranteed annually.
Apply at 115 CARSON ST. or 2105 SARAH ST.,
8. S. ja23-22-WTSU
Real Estate.
B
Y A PRACTICAL GARDENER, WITH
famllv. a ffiwiit e-irden farm to work on
shares. Apply at BECKEBT'S SEED STORE, 47
lederal st., Allegheny. Ja3l-7
HOUSE-7 TO 9 ROOMS, LOWER PART OF
the cltr,-not over f6, 500 cash: also one-half
or one acre, Ingram or Crafton station: must be
cheap; wltb or without dwelling. S. J. FLEM
ING & CO., J52 Finn av. feI-92
TO BUY-FOR CASH, BEFORE THE 20TH
day of February, a large farm, suitable for
stock raising; must have good water and plenty
of It; no choice as to location: no objection to part
of farm having some timber on. Only owners ad
dress, giving full particulars and lowest cash
price. WILLIAMS & CO., Excelsior Building, 553
Grant St. Ja27-67
TO RENT-A NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE
of seven or eight rooms, situated preferably
in East End: must be In irood location and have a
yard. Address BEE, Dispatch office. fel-59
Itooms.
FLAT-APRIL 1; SMALL FLAT FOR FAMILY
of three, without children: central location
preferred. Address HOME, Dispatch office.
Ja31-57
ROOMS BY YOUNG GENTLEMAN AND
wire, three unfurnished rooms, with board,
in a strictly private family: must be first class:
references exchanged. Address K. D., Dispatch
office. fcl-00
OR 3 FURNISHED KOOMS-FOR LIGHT
housekeeping. Address lmmcdlatclv, with
rull particulars, GLASS BUDUET, 133 Fifth av.
fel-10O
Boarding.
BOARDING BY GENTLEMAN, 8HADY
S1DE: private family, references ex
changed. Apply T. O. P. this office jat-5
Miscellaneous.
EVERT LADY WISHING TO BE HER OWN
dressmaker to call at 613 Penn ave. (op
posite Home's stores) and Investigate MADAME
FLESHER'S' ladies' tailoring system; no risk;
parties responsible; school now open. nol9-23
HORSES-TO BOARD. INQUIRE OR AD
DRESS PFLAUM A CO., 182 Second av. Tel
ephone 1106. fel-45
ATHE-SMALL. SECOND-HAND FAST
lathe in good order and cheap: give full de-
scrlntlon.
Aoarcss v. au iuwijt.ii, no. w
Llthgow av., Allegheny.
fct-66
o
K.-O'KEEFE'S O. K. SHOE BLACKING.
Everybody to use. Beats them all. Ja26-15
SAFE-SECOND-HAND, MODERN, IN GOOD
condition, about 32 inches deep and 62 Inches
wide, outside measure, with combination'lock.
Addrcs stating make, time used and price,
SAFE USER, Dispatch office. ja30-117
SPACE WITH POWER OR WITHOUT. AD
DRESS, stating location and size, P. O. BOX
325, Pittsburg. ja29-86
TO BUY-A CHEAP HORSE: MUST BE A
good worker. Address, giving description
and price, A. G. M., Dispatch office. fel-37
T
O BUY-SMALL ROLL-TOP DESK: LOW
priced. P. O. Box No. 452. a29-M-TbSa
TO KNOW WHERE PRIVATE LESSONS
are given In mechanical drawing. Address
PAXON, Dispatch office. fel-80
V"iOUv- GET A BAKER'S DOZEN (13) OF
X 'Stewart A Co. 's fine cabinet photon for fl, at
to and 92 FEDERAL ST., Allegheny.
mVWS-TT8U
ET- BUILDINGS UPON WHICH TO'ERECT
OVJ Champion fire escapes Inside next 60 days:
best and cheapest. DICKSON & CARbY, 407
Penn building. Estimates cheerfully and
promptly furnished. a25-25-Tnfl-J
FOE SALE mntOVED HEAL ESTATE.
City Residences.
CENTER AV. RESIDENCE NEW PRESS
brick; eight rooms, hall, vestibule, batb. In
side w. c., electric bells, allinodernconvcnlences;
lot 20x100 to an alley: price, 7.000: terms very
reasonable; property on best part ot the avenue.
BAXTER THOMPSON 6 CO., 162 Fourth av.
fel-141-W8SU
ERIN ST., NEAR WYLIE AV. AN UN
USUAL bargain, new, handsome stone and
pressed brick dwelling, seven rooms, -bath, w. c,
vestibule, hall, electric bells, allmodcrnimprove
ments: finest bonse on the Etreet: new furnace:
lot 21x115 ft. to Trent st. (B.24) ALLES X
BAILLY. 164 Fourth avi Tel. 167.
feI-56-MWFSSU
IN THE LOWER PART OF THE CITY FIRST
av.. Second av.. Third av., etc.: several
houses that are cheap at (6,000, (7,000, (8.000, (1.000
and (lO.ooo, and on liberal terms. C.U.LOVE,
No. S3 Fourth av. JaSl-32
CJQ 300-NEAR OLD MARKET HOUSE-AM
009 elegant new two-story brick dwelling of
six rooms aud finished attlr, good dry ccllar.hall,
both gases, water on hoth floors, sewered, side en
trance; level lot. 22x119: rents for S3U0 per year;
terms, only (500 cash, balance to suit; bargain. J.
M. ROWAN &. CO., 158 Third av. Ja31-3
fljjr 000 NO. 314 ATWOOD ST., OAKLAND,
O' two-story frame and mansard; 10 rooms,
bath, hot and cold water, both gases, cellar,
front and back porch: lot 22x100 to a 20-foot alley;
(1,500 cash and the balance on easy pavments.
McLAIN & ZUG3M1TH, 437 Grant St. fcl-ll
2C) 000-ON LINE OF WYLIE AV. CABLE,
p9 new brick dwelling of 4 rooms; good cel
lar, etc.: level lot, 40x69. J. M. ROWAN & Co..
153 Third av. Ja31-3
- C) PER CENT1N VESTMENT-SIXTH WARD;
XJ good 3-story brick dwelling of 17 rooms.
etc.; rental, (564 per year; only (1.700: terms, (500
cash; balance as long as deslrtd. For further
particulars call on J. M. BO WAN & CO., 158 Third
avenue. I&3I-3
fl 50O-SOUTHS1OE. CARSON ST., TWO
t&tc3 STORY brick house, seven rooms and
finished attic; lot 25x150; a rare opportunity If
sold at once. HUMPHREY & WHITE 533
Grant st. fcl-84
East End Residences.
OAKLAND (6,600 A NEW TWO-STORY
and mansard brick dwelling of 9 rooms, hall,
vestibule, bath. Inside w. c. and w. s.. slate man
tels and tile hearths, inzlde 6hntters,sllding doors
between parlor and dlnlngroom; frontand rear
porches: lot 21x105: complete sewerage. For par
ticulars see J. E. GLASS X CO., 138 Fifth av.
ft 1-75"
OAKLAND-VERY CHEAP HOUSE. CON
TAINING 10 rooms, in splendid repair, with
all modern conveniences: lot contains about one
and one-quarter acres or ground: on prominent
street, near cable and Duquesne electric roads;
good reasons given for selling. Inquire of W. H.
WATT, 102 Fourth av. Ja27-SJ
S4 O0O-A VKRY COMPLETE AND AT-
5W TRACTIVE home property: large lot, 40x
150. extending trom street to street; well con
structed house; completed In 1889: since occnpled
by owner; 7 good rooms; finished attic, hall and
vestibule, bath, pantrr; sliding doors between
parlor and dining room: slate mautels; range;
slate roof; front and back porches: dry cellar
under entire building: among the best situations
In Brusliton: three minutes' walk of station.
(H10I-177) CHARLES SOMERS & CO., 1S Wood
st., 6010 Penn av. Ja31-H
QA SOO-ON VtRY EASY TERMS-A NEW
Otfc two-story fruine house of 7 rooms and attic,
hall, vestibule, bath,insi'e w.c. aud w. s., range,
h. andc water, slate mantels and tile heartlu.in
stde shntters, porches, front and rear: lotWxIOO
feet; this Is a rare bargain, and Is only one minute
from Roup station and one-half square from
Duquesne car Hue on Ellsworth av. J..E. GLASS
& CO., 138 Fifth av. feI-75'
fllt OOO-FORHES ST.. NEAR MEYRAN
O-J-J' av., substantial brick dwelling con
taining 7 rooms, wide ball in center of house,
laundry, finished attic with servants' room at
tached, bath, 2w. c.'s, heater, etc.: lot 71x127
feet; more ground If desired. M. F. Hll'PLE &
CO., 90 Fourth av. fcl-83-TOThsu
(D-f A 300 POSITIVE BARGAIN ON PEARL
TPX'tt7 st., running through to Edmund et
Twentieth ward: cuolce level piece of grouud, 152
feet on Pearl street by 320 Icet deep, with three
large rramc dwellings: (5,000 cash, balance to
suit: this is a chance for speculation. See THOS.
MCCAFFREY, 3509 Butler st. Ja31-22-W6u
CjrT 500-SHADYSIDE, THREE MINUTES
I ? from station; seven-room dwelling. with
bath, laundry, art. and nat. gas; plate-glass
windows throughout: front, side, and rear
porches: shade trees, line lawn;- concrete cellar;
lot 50x200 icet; terms easy, M. F. H1PPLE X CO.,
K Fourth av. fel-83-TuTbSu
ffi 000 EUCLID AT.. NEAR HAYS ST. AN
tDttT elegant new two-story and mansard frame
dwelling of seven rooms, cemented cellar, batb,
hot and cold water, both gases, hall, vestibule,
electric bells, speaking tubes; rental, 8360 per year:
lot, 28x125, to alley. 1. M. ROWAN& CO., 158
Third av. jaSl-S
flJQ 000 FRAME DWELLIMG, 7 ROOMS:
DOt modern conveniences: lotsoxWO: a large
variety of fruit trees: a bargain. W. H. KAM-
MERER, No. 6243 Station at.
uvuru V. ,au.-.i. . .'
fel-122"
POSITION AS SICK NURSE OR CAKE OF
Invalid, by an experienced woman, or nurse
CBb V. AV.U.CUW. MUlta" ...
iei-di
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
East End Bcsidences.
EAST END RESIDF.NCE-FOR J7.700 TO A
quick buver, that Is worth SS1.0O0: Its location
Is first class: the house Is a good brick in a No. 1
condltton;all modem imnrovements; terms rea
sonable. U. H. LOVE, No. 93 Fourth av.
Ja3I-32
EA!T END SEVERAL HOUSES AND LOTS,
yarvlng In price from (2,500 to (3,500, that
are good value and well located. C H. LOVE,
No. S3 Fourth av. Ja31-32
HOUSE-IN THE VICINITY OF STANTON
ami Hiland avs.. In the E. E-. Is unques
tionably a sare point for Investment, and a desir
able situation for a home; in this locality we have
to offer a modern brick bonse of 10 rooms. Includ
ing two mansard rooms, highly finished throne
out. Including papering of an artistic order, fine
planning and sanitary arrangements: complete
In each detail; stable, with carriage house, and
room for man: asphalt walks: elevated lot meas
uring 40x125 Icet: (3,000, the price, represents no
InHaled valuation. (A A 118.) CHARLLSSOMF.RS
X CO.. 313 Wood St., 6019 Penn av. fel-07-
HOUSr-A FINE MODERN STYLE FRAME
house, first-class In every appointment and
of commanding appearance: iC. .. near Center
Av. Electric road and P. H. R.: 11 large rooms,
with bath, laundry and all other luxurious acces
sories: 50x120 reetof ground, with foliage and
fruit trees at (8.500; payments to bo arranged to
accommodate the purchaser; this propertv should
attract attention. (AA 114). CHARLES SOMEKS
X CO., "313 Wood St., 6019 Penn av. rel-97
Allegheny Residences.
BOYLE STREET-BRICK HOUSE. SEVEN
rooms, ball, bath and attic lot 20x90: near
parks: price low. JOHN X. EWING X CO.. 69
Federal st. fel-H
FEDERAL ST. EXTENMION-A NEW QUEEN
Anne frame house of 11 rooms: black walnut
reception hall, stained glass bathroom, laundry,
stationary tubs, both gases throughout, hot and
cold water;lot 374x164 7-12. all in grass, trees and
shrubbery of elegant design: built for i nice
borne; fourth house south ot Linden av.: electric
cars within one square; ten minutes' walk from
Allegheny postomcc: now occupied by the owner.
Dane. Hamilton, Drngglst. Inquire at 27 OHIO
ST., Allegheny, Ja25-34-TF6u
HOUSE-1I3 SHEFFIELD ST., ALLEGHENY.
11 rooms, stable: possession March 1; scud for
firlce list of bargains In houses and lots: money to
oan. W. LINIIAKT, 81 Fourth av.. People's
Savings Bank. fel-15
rilHREEORFOURVERYDESIRABLEHOUSLS
X and lots In Allegheny City, on North av
Fremont St., Taylor av., Esplenade, Taggart St.,
and a number of other good streets; these proper
ties are all desirable properties, and the prices
and terms are snch as to make them attractive.
C. H. LOVE, No. 93 Fourth v. ja31-32"
QO 100 A PROPERTY IN SIXTH WARD,
C)J7 Allegheny. offered to a prompt cash buyer,
that will attract quick notice: a well built house,
slate roof, 4 nlco rooms, with folding doors, large
finished attic, hall. Inside shutters, slate mantels,
cut stone foundation, paved side entrance and
yard; lot 23x132 feet, extending from street to
street: within one square of electric cars.
(G63-281) CHARLES UOMEKS X CO., 313 Wood
et.. 6019 Penn av. Iel-97
3 OR 41 VERY DESIRABLE HOUSES AND
lots In Allegheny Cltv on North at., Fremont
st., Taylor av., .Esplenade, Taggart st. and a
number of other good streets: ihese properties
are all desirable properties, and the prices and
terms are such as to make them attractive C. II.
LOVE, No. 93 Fourth av. Ja2-19-ThS3u
ffif) 800-FIVE-KOOSI FRAME HOUSE. IN
s7) good and convenient locality; electrlo
cars by the door: lot -'0x100; small cash payment,
balance to snlt purchaser. J. H. MAY. No. 121
Pennsylvania av., Allegheny. rel-121-TTSSn
Q 600-MONTEKEY ST., BRICK HOUSE
Ou of 8 rooms and mansard, hall, vestibule,
slate mantels, 6late roof, inside shutters: all con
veniences; lot 21x110. A. Z. BYEKS X CO.. 93
Federal St.. Allegheny. fel-126'
,) 200-WEST JEFFERSON ST., SECOND
Otfc9 ward, new frame house of 5 rooms and
finished attic, hall; slate roof; slate mantels:
both gases; lot 20x90; terms eas), A. Z. BYERS
X CO., 93 Federal st. rel-126
2- rf 000-PERRYSVILLE AV., FRAME
OX I v house, seven rooms and hall, large
barn, 7U acres of ground: easv terms. JOHN K.
EWING X CO., 89 Federal st. Send for new
sale list. Iel-44
1 pr OOO-ARCH ST., NEAR OHIO, fine
O L09 brick house, ten rooms and all conven
iences: lot 20x120. JOHN K. EWING X CO.. 89
Federal st. Send for new sale list. fel-41
ef5 00O-PALO ALIO ST.-BRICK HOUSE
OU) of 8 rooms, hall, vestibule, bath, both
gases, slate mantels and roof: lot 20x110. A. Z.
BYERS & CO., 93 Federal st. fel-126
(Q 00O-DECATUR ST., SIXTH WARD,
JjOJ brick house. 0 rooms, finished attic, hall:
gas and water; lot 22x&. A. Z. BYEBS X CO.,
83 Federal st. fel-126
OOO REBECCA SI.. BRICK HOUSE. SIX
7 rooms and storeroom, good lot. JOHN
A. EWING X CO., 89 Federal st. Send'fornew
sale list. fel-41
Hazelwood Residences.
HAZELWOOD-2-3TORY FRAME DWELL-'
1NG of 7 rooms, batb. halt, laundry, hard
wood finish, newly papered and painted, nat. gas,
h. and c water. Inside w. c. sewered, etc. : lot
60x13) feet: 2 minutes' walk from Hazelwood sta
tion and Second Avenue Electric Railway: price,
(6.800; terms reasonable. 1RAM. BURCUFIELD,
153 Fourth av. lalS-JC
Suburban Ttesldences.
""1LEN FIELD-THREE DWELLINGS. WITH
JT three acres of ground to each, at a bargain;
onlvten minutes from the station; and several
other small places at low prices: call for particu
lars. C. BER1NUEB X SON, 156 Fourth av.
Ja31.23
S UMBER OF NICE DWELLING HOUSES
along the Ft. Wayue Railroad, at Laurel,
sworth and Glenfleld ntatUns. ranging from
(A500 and upward. -'. RERINGER X SON. 156
Fourth av. Ja31-23
- 500-W1LKINSBURG--FRAME DWELL
Qt)) IN G C10 rooms and reception halL bath, w.
c.,pantry,statlonary wash stands.plpcd for water
and nat. gas, wired tor electric lights and bells,
slate mantels, stained glass windows, frontand
rear porcn: lot 50x122, to an alley: first-class
dwelling: easy terms. BAXTER, THOMPSON
CO., 162 Fourth av. fel-136-TTTu
C20 830-WILL BUY HOUSE 13 ROOMS,
J3)- with 72x120 feet. MUlvale borough: 3 min
utes' walk from Grant av.; good location for a
batcher. 3. J. FLEMING X CO.. 152 Fifth av.
fel-92
FOR SALE LOTS.
CUT Lots.
PROPERTY-ATTENTION. CAPITALISTS
the finest location in the city proper for a sys
tem of flats offered low to a prompt buyer. F. A.
WIGH1MAN, room 211, Biesell Block. fel-14
or;ri a rare bargain a choice
(BOuU lot. 20x100. In the Allequlppa I'lace
plan; only G minutes' walk from the mills at Soho.
J. E. GLASS X CO., 138 Fifth av. fel-73
fl-75-CH0ICE LEVEL BUILDING LOTS.
O 20x100. near Wylie av. cable: easy terms;
call and get our new list and plans. ,1. M.
ROWAN CO., 158 Third av. Ja31-3
East End Lots.
CBAIG .ST. FULTON PLACE PLAN; A
choice lot; size 50x140 feet. J. E. GLASS, No.
138 Fifth av. fel-75
EAST END BOULEVARD -3 CHOICE LOTS,
each fronting 34 feet on Thomas St.: low
price to prompt buver. BAXTEIt, THOMPSON
& CO., 1C2 Fourth av. fcl-133-3nhrsu
OT WILL SELL OR EXCHANGE "ONE OF
I J tne finest" lots In Oakland. C!xl90: one sqnaro
from cable: fruit and shade trees: stable and car
riage hoqse on rear: will exchange as part pay
ment for Oakland or Shadyslde lmpoved prop
erty; easy terms on sale. ROOM 705, Lewis block.
Ja31-24
?nFER FRONT FOOT-.WE CAN OFFER
JtJOU 100x150 iect in Shadyslde; a strictly Ilrst
class residence district: a positive bargain;
(122-84). CHARLES SOMEHS X CO., 313 Wooil St..
6019 Penn av. fel-W
Hazelwood Lots.
ffljOTn MARION PLACE PLAN-ON LINE
J5-J i O of Second avenue electric cars and B.
X 0. 1 R.; lot 25x190. extending from one street
through to another street: thlslsarare bargain.
J. E. GLASS X CO.. 138 Fifth iv. fel-75
iranns.
AVALENT1NE-WE MEAN A DEED FOR
thc406-acrc farm, one of the finest in the
W c-stcrn Reserve, which will be sold at public
auction on the premises near the city of Warren,
O., on baturdayr February 14, 1891, at 1 o'clock r.
M. ; terms, one-sixth cash and balance In easy pav
ments: write . for particulars. 3. S. KENT,
owner, 616 N. Delaware av., Philadelphia. Pa.;
R. nOLE X CO.. Agents. Salem, O. Ja31-8
BIG BARGAIN IN A FARM-ECONOMY
adjoining land of Economltcs; fine farm, 40
acres: under excellent cultivation; readv market
at SewlcMv for Its products; convenient to the
gas territory: good frame house, five rooms, two
barns, workshop: never-falllnrr spring or water.
(O310) See ALLES X BAILEY, 164 Fourth av.
Tel. 17. rcl-57-MWBEn
I71ARM-W1LL SELL OK EXCHANGE FARM
' of SO acres, near Warren, O.: it lies nearly
level, only slopes a little south and cist: abuut 10
acres timber, no waste, fences good; large orchard,
splendid foil: 7-room frame house, barn and
other outbuildings: plenty of water. 2 wells and
cistern: easy terms. MAGAW X GOFF. 1.1m.,
145 Fourth av. Hello 1267. fel-9
FARMS-NUMBER ONE LITTLE FARM OF 22
acres near Perrysvllle. with good buildings,
etc.; cheap. C. BEUINGER X SON, 15S Fourth
avenue. Ja3l-23
GARDEN FARM-A GOOD FARM OF 16
acres. Onlv Tour miles from the city, at (3,800;
very cheap: or" will exchange for city property.
C. BER1NGEK&SON. 156 onrth av. Ia3l-2a
FOR'SALE BUSINESS.
Business Opportunities.
MEAT MARKET-COMPLETE; IN LARGE
town, near railroad; horse, wagon,
machinery, etc.: a good Raying route: will stand
investigation: at a bargain. HUMPHREY X
WHITE, 635 Grant St. aSQ-81-F8u
OIL LEASE-HALF INTEREST IN 10O-ACRE
lease In Wlldwood oil field and one drilling
well. Address OIL LEASE, Dispatch office.
rel-58
SHOE BTORE-ONE OF THE BEST IN
McKeesport, doing tbe largest and most
irofitable business in the city: trade all cash; sat
factory reasons for selling. Address or tele
hone lor particulars to WM. M, BELL, Real
state Agent, McKeesport rel-70
STOCK AND FIXTUKE3OF GOOD PAYING
grocery business, situate four miles from
city at railroad station. Address A. B., Dispatch
office, fel-12
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
Business Opportunities.
BAKERY-COMPLETE-WITHFINERETAIL
trade, abuifdancc or nat. gas. electric lights
and good water; rent very low. with or without
dwelling. In good town wltnlo 28 miles of Pittsi
burg. Call or address E. SM1TH.-7W Liberty st.,
city. fel-2S
USINESS CHANCES-NO MATTER OF
what description, sold rapidly and for cash;
fiartnersblp negotiated; capital procured; money
nvested; patent rights bought and sold. Call on
WILLIAMS X CO., Excelsior Building, 553 Grant
St. Ja27-t6-
COUNTRY GROCERY STORE OLD ESTAB
LISHED: In large town : near railroad: busl
ncsrs (15. 000 to (18. 000 cash peryear: invoice: a bar
gain if sold at once. HUMPHREY WHITE,
K2 nter 1tn-fti.VSn
535 Grant st.
CIGAR STORES-(400 TO (3.00C; GROCERY
stores, 1300 to S3. 000: shoe stores, orug stores,
notion stores good general stores, bakeries,
newspaper routes. PEBC1VAL X CHAPMAN.
fel-93"
DRYGOODS. CARPET AND SHOE STOKE,
an established cash business of over (40,000 a
year: rare opportunity: satisfactory reasons for
selling: (75,000 cash paid seinl-weckly for wages
in the community. Address DRAWER F. Irwin,
Pa. Ja27-42'
1ROCERY STORE-WELL STOCKED-AND
J( ten rooms in heart or the city; rent S36. with
lease for two rears from April 1: a rare opportu
nity: HUMPHREY X WHITE, 335 Grant St.
lel-4.T
GROCERY STOKES. 20O TO (5.00O-C1GAR,
8200 to (4,000: notion store, hardware, drug
store, manufacturing business. HOLMES A CO.,
J9fl VtnltliHoIrl e. lilSTWl
429 Smithfield st.
JaSfl-1'
T UMBER YARD AND PLANING MILL
JU with annual business or (150,003, on casv
terms; shoe store, (375: butcher shop. $50; tin
shop, grocery stores, fV to (5,000; restaurant,
livery stable, bakeries, cigar stores, drug stores,
milk depots. SHKPARD X CO.. 151 Fourth av.
JalS
Business Properties.
BUSINESS PROPERTY ON ONE OF THE
best streets In East End; two-story building
with dwelling: lot 45x140; aspbalt pavement.
' fel-142-MWTSa
OSMOPOLITAN HOTEL THE MOST POP
ULAR hotel at Ashtabula Harbor, doing a
first-class business, and everything In good order,
and a good barroom lu connection: accommoda
tions for 45 guests. C. TIMMERMAN, Harbor,
Ashtabula co., O. alS-77
M r OOO-CASHAND BALANCETO SUIT
tirttVy) will bay a hotel, real estate Included,
tbatdoesa bar business or about (50.(00 per vear
and expenses light. Full particulars from
MAGA W GOFF, LIM., 145 Fourth av. ja31-28
500-EASr END BUSINESS AND KESI
f DENCE nronertv: brick house .1 nice
rooms, wide hall, good storeroom, alt conveni
ences: lot 25x90: (aa 115). CHARLES SOMERS X
CO., 313 Wood st,. 6019 Penn av. fel-07
Manufacturing Sites.
MANUFACTURING SITE-ON WEST PENN
R. 1, 200 feet B. R. siding, with building
and boilers. Particulars at M. F. H1PPLE X
CO.'S, 90 Fourth av. feI-83-TuTh6u
FOE SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock. Etc
HORSE AND BUGGY AT A BARGAIN.
Call at the music store of J. M. HOFFMANN
X CO., 537 Smithfield st, fel-112
VTA-BBAGANSETT TURKEYS FOB BREED
J 1NG purposes; mammoth size, gray color;
these are the time-honored great gray turkey
famous In the Boston market; they are the only
large breed that Is domestic in habits; do not
roam or stray off: raised In small inclosnres;
adults weigh 60 pounds pair: 1 have superior
young ones in pairs or trios: self-addressed
stamped envelope for reply. H. C GRAFF, Ken
sington, O. fel-10
Machinery and Metals.
MACHINE-NOTICE TO PLUMBERS AND
gas fitters, ror sale, 1 second band, hand
power, pipe threading and cutting machine com
plete with full set of dies Trom i( to 2". Address
or call on JonN M. TATE; 915 Liberty St. rel-2
rpHE PORTER DOUTHETT CO.. L1MDAB
JL RAGH St. and Blver av., Allegheny, Pa ,
engines boilers and castings. Bepalring promptly
attended to, Ja6-e6
Miscellaneous.
AZ. BYEKS CO.. 93 FEDERAL ST.. AL-
LEGHENY, have Just issued a new for-sale
catalogue. Cali.or send address. fel-126
CLOTniNO-A DfcSIRABLE STOCK IN A
good location: satisfactory reason given for
idling out. Apply to LOUIS COHEN, Johnstown,
Pa. Ja29-9l-Thsu
PIANO-KRAN1CH X BACH UPRIGHT IN
first-class condition; will be sold cheap. In
quire at NO. 295 FIFTH AV. , fel-S
fiJOO-SODA FOUNTAIN. TUFTS. THREE
CJO draw tubes, ten syrups, cottage shape. 48
inches high, and two copper fountains, for (250. If
sold within ten days. GEORGE J. SCHMIDT,
Rochester. Beaver county. Pa. Ja31-55
PERSONAI.
PEKSONAL-CASn PAID FOR OLD GOLD
and silver: Jewelry repalredrnewworkmade
to order. CHRIS. IIAUCH, 541 Smithfield st.
JalS-81.
PERSONAL-ENCYCLOPEDIA BR1TANNI
CA. (24: Chambers' Encyclopedia. (io. AH
others at half prices for 30 nays only. FRANK
BACON X CO.. 301 Smithfield St., Pittsburg, Pa.
Ja23
EKSONAL FINE BOOK3-WE HAVETHE
finest collection or finely illustrated books
in Pittsburg: beautlfulblndlngs: low prlces;come
and see them: hundreds of books for presents.
LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 900 Liberty su del2
PEHSONAL-TnoUSANDS OF EYES ABE
ruined yearly by bnylngpoorqnallty glasses,
and by buying them without having a comnrtent
person fit them to your eyes: our sole specialty is
fitting glasses: we guarantee satisfaction. CHESS
MAN X MANN ION. 42 Federal St., Allegheny.
BeS (1 spectacle on earth. Artificial eyes ln
serted. la27-87-TTSn
CHOICE PROPERTIES
TOLET
A GREALCHANCE.
New building in East End suitable for res
taurant and saloon business; residence at
tached; asphalt street and no cable or electric
cars; best location in tho East End to entertain
driving parties. As but ono week yet remains
in wbich to apply for license, parties interested
should rail at once.
BAXTER. THOMPSON & CO..
162 FOURTH AVENUE.
fe3I-137-TTsn
SHADYSIDE.
On a prominent avenue, unexcelled neighbor
hood, a new two-story Queen Anne brick
dwelling: 11 rooms and reception hall, with
parlor, library, dining room and kitchen on
first floor. Every modern convenience. In
cluding electric light. Large lot, only a few
minutes' walk from Duquesne traction. Im
mediate possession. A bargain at tho price
511,000. Easy terms.
BAXTER, THOMPSON & CO.,
fel-130-TUThSu 162 FOURTH AV.
$4,200
Easy terms, for a new two-story mansard
brick dwelling; eight rooms, hall, vestibule,
batb. Inside w. c., nat. and art. gas, electric
light, front porch, etc; corner two good streets
In Shadyslde. on line of Duquesne Traction
and two squares from Fifth avenue cable.
Qi eat bargain.
BAXTER, THOMPSON k CO.,
162 FOURTH AVENUE.
fel-110-HWSSa ,
HAVING LEASED THE BUILDINGS
formerly occupied by the H. J. Heinz Co.,
Nos. 189, 101. 193 and 193 Firstar., will rent part
of same for manufacturing, with power. Ap
plv to WOOD WORTH, EVANS & CO.. LIM.,
122 Third av. ja.11-30
NIHILISM,
BY A NIHTT.IST,
SERGIUS STEPNIAK.
"The Foe of the Czar."
AT OLD CITY HALL,
FRIDAY, FEBBUABY 6.
AUSPICE8 PRESS CLUB.
Reserved seats, 75 cents and IL Sale opens
at the "Press" office Wednesday, February t,
at 10 A.M. Xel-128
T. W. HAUS,
Designer and contractor in all kinds of
GRANITE.
Cemetery vaults, statuary aud large monu
ments a specialty. Call or write for designs ana
prices before contracting. Office, room 613,
Penn building; Penn av Pittsburg. JaU-83-aa
TO LET.
City Residences.
DWELLINGS-1N ALL PARTS Of THX
city and suburbs: send us your name and
address, and we will mall you our rent list regu
larly until April 1 free of charge. BLACK
BAlIiD. 35 Fourth av. del7-20t
D
WELLISO-PAKT OF NO. 720 PEMN AV.
Apply B. M. 11AN A, 7airennT. ici-oi
TTWRBES 8T.-NOS. 71 ASD 74. COBNEK Of
X Chestnut st.. six rooms and attic each. In
quire J. 1. QUIMfl, 161 Finn ar. fei-Mt
HOUSES FOUK AMU FIVE-BOOMED
houses: low rent: pleasantly situated on
Urandview av. ALFBED MAELAND. Thirty
second ward, Ja25-6-sut I
East End Residences.
EAST END KESIDENCES-SEND TJS TOTJB
name and address and we will mall you our
rent list regularly until April L free of charge.
BLACK 4 B A IBD. 93 Fourth av. del7-20t
FFTII AV., .NO. 4304 (BELLEF1ELD)-THE
two-story brick dwelling now occupied by
the subscriber: contains 12 rooms and has all the
modern conveniences: also stable and carriage
house. Inquire of WM. HOLMES. 10 and 13
Wood st., or at tbe above number, IFlfth av.
a2I-St
XTEVILLE ST.-SHADYSIUE. DESIBABLS
1I brlcx residence: large lot wltb good stable
In rear: rent very low. Inquire al 815 LIBERTY
Br..clty. Ja21-18t
OAKLAND -COKNEK OF BOQUET AMD
Frazler sts. A choice brick residence of T
rooms, hall, vestibule and all modern convent
enced: laundry in basement: lot 75. feet front: rent
aw per montn: immediate possession.- j. i
GLASS X CO., 133 Fifth ar.
fel.75t
Allegheny Residences.
COLUMBIA WAY-UEAR I6 BUEXA VISTA
St., frame house four rooms and attic: rent
law: Immediate possession. JOHN K. EW1NQ
X CO.. a Federal st. fel-44t
DWI-LL1MOS-IM ALL PARTS OF ALLE
UHEM Y and suburbs: 6end ns your name and
address and we will mall you our rent list regu
larly until April 1 free of charge. BLACK A
haiku, aanourtnav. aerr-zut
H
0U3ES-SESDF02 PRINTED L1ST.FBEE.
rfuua jl. LniAU x iu IK jreaerai iu
Ja31-S4t
Suburban Residences.
HOUSE-NEW HOUSES-4. S AND 8-EOOM
houses, wltb large lots, in fine suburbs,, fre
quent and rapid transit, low fare, pure air and
water; rent f 12 to 2Q. which Is applied to pur
chase price, and in a few years you own yoarown.
home and pay rent no longer: If yon have any am
bition or this sort come in. MAOAW X UOFF,
LIM., 115 Fourth av. Js25-llu-HThSur
SHERIDAN STA.-P.. a X ST. L. R. R.; A -
new frame residence of 10 rooms and all
modern conveniences: water on each floor: about
one-half acre of ground; rent, S30 permonth. J,
E, GLASS, 133 Fifth ar. rel-75t
Apartments.
BOOM-LARGE, ELEGASTLY-FURN1SHEO
front room in new bouse, within five
minutes' walk from postodce: both gases, ue of
btth, etc. suitable tor one or two gentlemen.
NO. 97 SEVENTH AV. rel-9Jt
EOOM NEWLY AND WELL FURNISHED
second floor room: comfortable, qnlet, cheer
ful: all conveniences: good view, facing park. 10
CEDAR AV., Allegheny. ja31-5Jt
BOOMS TWO OR THKEK UNFURNISHED
rooms. 47 FRANKLIN ST., city. fel-133t
Easiness Stands.
LAKQE STOREROOM AT 75 (DISPATCH
building) Diamond st : next store bnt one
to SmltbBeld; size about 20X100, and widening to
30 rcet in the rer; steam heat, electric light and
rear entrance for waeons and goods; power can
also be supplied If needed. Apply to J. L.
CLARK, room 26, Dispatch building. 73, 77 and 7
Diamond st. 1a22-97r
OFT WITH OR WITHOUT STEAM POWER
Large loft for light manufacturing: long
lease If desired. Inquire or PEARL LAUNDRY.
Nos. 25 and 27 Federal St., Pittsburg. Ja27-9St
EW 'BLOCK OF SIX FOUR-SrORr
buildings: 6torc and dwellings; corner of
Wytle av. and High St.. near Court House. E.
KELLY, JR., 161 Firth av. fel-32t
PART OF STORE IN GOOD LOCATION;
also desk room. Apply to J. STEIN, 10o4
Liberty st. fel-lOlt
STORES AND BUSINESS ROOMS IN ALL
parts of the two cities and suburbs: send your
name and address and we will mall yon our rent
list regularly until April 1, free of charge.
BLACK X BA1RD. M Fourth av. de!7-2ft
STOREROOM 18X45 FEET AMD CELLAR,
storeroom 29x72 feet and cellar, being Nos. 183
and 193 First ar. Inquire of WOODWOBTH,
EVANS X CO., LIM.. 122 Third ar. ja31-31t
STOREROOM-NE-HALF OF A STORE
ItOOM on Federal street, near Boggs ft
Bnbl's. JOHN K. EWINU X CO., 89 Federal
street. Ja31-Mt
THE SIXTH FLOOR OF 73. 77 and 7 DIAMOND
St. will be to let from April 1. wtlh possibly
possession to lessee earlier: dimensions 60x90
leet; lighted upon all four sides and also from
large central well: suitable ror large wholesale
warerooin or light manufacturing: Doth passen
ger and freight elevators, electric light, steam
beating and power suoplied lfnecessary. Apply
to J.L.CLAl'.ii, room 28, 71, 77 and 79 Diamond st.
Ja22-98t
TWO STOREROOMS ON WYLIE AV.. NEAH
Fulton st.: rent. 17 and $25 permontb. J,
E. GLASS, 13S mth av. fel-75t
W1LMEHDING N EAR STATION. 14 ROOMS,
storeroom, ball, vestibule. Inside w. c.,
batb, 2d electric ilghts, heating furnace, natural
gas: all modern improvements. THOS. McCANM,
1590 Second av., Pittsburg. fel-Xlt
Offices, Desk Room. Etc.
OFFICES-IN IRISH. PENN. EISNER. EX
CELSIOR, Scbmertz, Knhnand other build
ings and in other good localities: send us your
name and address and we will mail you our rent
list rr-gularlr nntll April 1 free of charge. BLACK
X UA1KD, 03 Fourth ar. JalS 63t
OFFICES SEVERAL GOOD OFFICES,
slugleand connecting rooms, at low rents,
in the Garrison buildings, corner Wood and
Water sts., and Third av. aud Wood st. Apply ta
A. GARRISON FOUNDRY CO., Nos. 10 and 1.
Wood st. Ja31-17t
FF1CES IN GEKMANIA SAVINGS BANK
Building. Wood and Diamond sts.-. slnglr
or in suits: all modern Improvements and loir
rent, lnqnlre atTIISBATNK. oc23-49t
FFICKS-IN BIS3ELL BLOCK, CORNER OF
Smltlifleld it. and Seventh ar. Inquire at
ROOM 2C9, on second floor. Jall-37-Sut
Miscellaneous.
STORAGE-SAVE RENTS-MERCHANTS AND
brokers carrying stocks can have offiee facili
ties free: lt.lt. track In warehouse: low insurance
and every convenience ror handling; money saved
by moderate charges ror hauling and storage;
separate departments for fnrnltnre. mercnandlse,
etc.: Inquire for rates; telephone No. 60. -W. A.
ItOEVELEIt. Storage, Twelftn and Pike sts.,
Pittsburg. Pa. no30-39-Bnt
TQ LET SPECIAL.
A LLEGHENY HOUSES- "
83 Arch St.. 8 rooms.
91 Arch St., 19 rooms.
83 Arch St., s rooms.
103 Arch St., 3 rooms.
97 Fremont St., 8 rooms.
144 Jackson St., 8 rooms.
231 Federal St., 8 rooms.
S8 Sampson St., 9 rooms.
101 Bldwell St., 8 rooms.
Also 100 others. Send ror printed list free.
JOHN K. EWING 4 CO.,
fel-t4t 89 Ftderal it.
AUCTION SALES.
FIRE GOODS. FIRE GOODS.
AT AUCTION,
TUESDAY AFTEENOOK, FEB. 3,
At 2 o'clock, at the Rooms,
No. 311 MAKKET STREET,
All tho immense stock ot Japanned goods,
tinware, etc, of Fleming & Hamilton, injured
slightly by fire and water. Sold inquauilttea
to suit every one.
HENBY AUCTION CO,,
fel-34 Auctioneers.
ATTRACTIVE SALE
Of handsome furniture, elegant carpets, fins
housefurnlsbing goods, eta, at auction,
TUESDAY MORNING. PEBRUABY 8,
At 10 o'clock.
Very fine solid walnut chamber suits with
marble tops and French plate mirrors, elegant
mirror door wardrobes, chiffoniers, dressltrg
cases, chamber furniture, cupboards, tables,
chairs, sideboards, desks, bookcases, hall racks,
bedsteads aud washstands in oak, walnut and
cherry.
Handsome parlor suits, lounges and easy
chairs. In English rugs, tapestry, plush and hlir
cloth. Elegant carpets in moquet, velvet, body
hmssels and Ingrain. Linoleum, pictures,
shades, clocks, wringers, stoves, cooking uten
sils, laundry goods, etc
HENRY AUCTION" CO., Auctioneers.
fel-95
AUCTION SALE OF THE ENTIRE!
stock of II. Schwartz, 183 Beaver av., Alle
gheny, consisting of tinware, hardware, glass
ware, ironware and woodenware, beginning at
7 v. M. Monday, February 2. 1831. and continu
ing until stock Is sold. L. BLATTNER. Auc
tioneer. fe2-o.
a UCTION BALE
A H. B. 8MTTHS0N,
Seal Estate and General Auctioneer, room So,
Eisner building. Filth and Wood street. Bales
of jewelry and merchandise at stores. Fnrnl
tnre at residences promptly attended to.
de&M-s
The Electrical Construction and
Maintenance Company,
Electrical Engineers and Contractors. ElceMa
Bells, Burglar Alarms, Annunciators, etc. law
candescent Light and Bell Wiring a specialty.
Sole agents for the Jenney motors.
125 FIFTH AVENUE, Pittsburg, Pa.'
Telephone 1774 ocW-HS-flo,
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