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The Historical Society of Western Penna. Meets and Unearths A MAX WHO SKUBBED AAROX BURR. Eeminiscences of Old Sewickley Yalley and the Days of Joy WHEN WHISKY WAS 16 CEKTS A GALLON The monthly meeting of the Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania was held at their rooms, in the Court House, yester day afternoon. It was the first meeting in the new quarters and was called to order at 3 o'clock by the Chairman, Hon. C! 6. Fctterman, who said the new charter had been granted. The room was well filled. Dr. Allison read a very interesting paper on the "Early History of the Sewickley Valley." Some pertinent points of the essay were as follows: "The name 'Sewickley' is of Indian or igin, and signifies sweet water. The place is so called on account of the great number of sugar trees which grew there. The first per son whom we find prominent in the history of this locality is Colonel John Morgan, who had been sent to this region by the Gov ernment as an Indian Commissioner, and succeeded so well in this capacity that when he left the tribes thereabouts offered him a large tract of land, consisting of the entire Sewickley bottom and including the lands now held by the Economites. To his credit be it said he refused the offer. OBJECTS TO TURNING TRAITOR. "He was a trusted correspondent of "Wash ington and knew Aaron Burr, and when asked by the latter to join in his notorious treasonable plans, not only squarely re fused, but afterward appeared on the wit ness stand against Burr. "Morganza is called after him, as here he passed many years of his old age. About the rear 1800, Sewickley was first surveyed by Colonel Dan Leet, after whom Leetsdale was named, and a little later the first brick bouse between Allegheny and Beaver was here built "In 1816 a weekly mail route was estab lished to Sewickley, but it was not until 1825 that a postoffice was established, and Daniel Shields appointed postmaster. About this time the place was to a large ex tent inhabited by kcclboat men, tbe last of whom was the late Elias Grimes. The cheapness of ordinary necessaries was sim ply amazing. "Whisky was 16 cents per gal lon, and it formed a necessity in those days of few doctors and rough habits of life in the backwoods. Yet this cheapness was counter balanced by the fact that laborer received only 50 cents a day. "in 179S the first clergyman ever in these parts came in the shape of the Bev. Francis Reno, who preached and worked here for many years, and whose descendants live all through the region. He was of the Pro testant Episcopal Church, and was closely followed by the Bev. John McClain, of the Presbvterian Church, which was formally established here in the shape of a Pres bytery in 1808." A short article by Mr. Isaac Craig was next read by Father Lambing, on Fort La favette. describinpits first establishment its rebuilding by Colonel Craig, and its great value during the whisky rebellion; also how it formed a Government station of distribu tion later on, rKOJI THE ORIGINAL GERMAN. Another paper of Mr. Craig's was also read, telling of the origin of the name 'Dunkards." There settled in the Monongahela, in about 1748. a sect known in tbe German language as "Tunkers," the same as the English Baptists. From this name the word "Dunkards" was coined. As it was rather late, the meeting ad journed until the second Thursday in March, at 2 P. 51. J. B Sheriff, "William Haslitt, "W. H. Sponsler, J. C. Dickens, Hon. W. C. Mc Carthy, H. E. Armstrong, S. W. Stewart, J. B. Bell and Kev. B. F. "Woodburn were admitted to active membership in the so ciety and Bishops Pfteian, Mullen, White head and Vincent, and Bev. M. D. Lich liter were made honorary members. A presentation to the society was made of the "History of the Centennial Celebra tion" by the publishers, Snowden & Peter son, the ".Ninth Annual Address" of Bev. J. C. Boyd and the last annual message of uovernor Beaver sent by the Governor him self. A vote of thanks was passed in ap preciation of the gifts. FOR BRAIN FAG Use Horaford'a Acid Phosphntc. Dr. W. H. Fisher, Le Sueur, Minn., says: "I find it very serviceable in nervous debility, fexual weakness, brain fag, excessive use of tobacco, as a drink in fevers, and in some urinary troubles. It is a grand good remedy in all cases where I have used it." Bonud to Create a Sensation. Novelties, that's what we're all looking for. Something out of the ordinary run. Well, here it is; a genuine bombshell. The P. C. C. C. will place on sale for Friday and Saturdav only 490 men's fine suits about 30 different patterns and SG is the figure you can make your selection for. It's a 6 suit sale, and a fine business suit worth $15, in 30 different patterns and many neat' effects in stripes, plaids and broken checks can be had forSG, to-day and to-morrow only, at P. C. C. C, corner Grant and Diamond streets, opposite the new Court House. Fnrnitnre. Owing to the property that we occupy now having to be sold, we are forced to dis pose of all our goods before April next JTow is your time to buy. All goods marked in plain figures. No old styles. No shod dy goods. One visit will repay you. A. Larger, 17 Federal st, All'y, Boyle Block. A 2f EW line of our famous So jackets now opened. Come at once before the assort ments of sizes are broken. mtvfsu Hugus & Hacks. Pearson is the leader of all the new ideas in photography. There is nothing new but what he is the first to get Go to him for cabinets of yourself or lamily. Extra good values in black cashmeres, at 50c, 60c and 75c per yd. MWFSU .HUGUS & HACKE 1,000 PAIKS skates at cost J. H. Johnston, 621 Smithfield st Make your selections now' while the stock is complete in Anderson and-domestic xephyrs, Toil du Nord's, sateens, etc. MWFSU HOGUS & HACKE. S3, $6 and 8S Pants. For a good fitting suit or pants go to Pitcaibn's Tailoring Emporium, tuf 434 Wood street Novelties in new dress goods, suitable for early spring wear. , ,, jM WFSU HUGUS & HACKE. i Jf you want something good and stvlish jfi silverware go to Hauch's, No. 295 Fifth avenue. WFSU Spring styles of all wool French challis, light and dark colorings, 50c per yd. 3iwrsu Hugus & Hacke. Cash paid for old gold and silver at Hauch's, No. 295 Firth avenue. TVFSu Massage Treatment, c: i. j i . t v ociuiuuc iiuu electric massage appiiea oy i L Munk, 806 Penn avenue. fe7,9,lll13,15 J A KEW GRAK1TE BUILDING. The 8150,000 Edifice to be Erected by the German Tv'ntlonnl Bank on Wood Street and Sixth Avenue The plans of the new building of the Ger man National Bank, to be erected at the comer of "Wood street and Sixth avenue, have been completed by the architects, and the work of tearing down the old building will be begun April 1. The building will be seven stories high, and in addition -will have a mezzanine or y half story for the portion not used for bank ! . T. M1 1... 1... ,1. onftt-Alw if IJUipUBeS. lb Will ire wukm ....... wj v granite, and will be one of the finest build ings in the State. It will be 30 feet on "Wood street by 130 feet on Sixth avenue. The first floor will be used by the bank for their offices. In addition to the regular banking de partment there will be offices for the Presi dent, cashier, large reception room, ladies' parlors and coupon rooms. The vault will be 22 feet long in the clear, 8 feet wide and 10 feet high. It will be divided into two compartments. One of these will be used by the hank and the other for a safe deposi tory. In the latter will be from 2,000 to 2,500 boscs for the storage of valuables ie longing to the depositors of the bank. Each owner of a box will be furnished witn a Key and will have access to his property at any time. The part of the vault in which the boxes will be kept will be entirely separate from the rest of the bank, and the box owners will be afforded privacy in the transaction of their business. " " The inside of the banking department will surpass anything in this city. It will be 60 feet deep and the ceiling will be made of paneled polished marble slabs, bronzed ribs. The walls will be made of glazed 'tile. The counters will be made o hard stained wood, surmounted by polished plate glass. On the half story will be a directors' room, library and watchman's rooms. The other floors will be devoted to offices of all kinds. Each set of offices will have a fire- E roof vault There will be 45 offices in the uilding besides those used by the bank. The style of architecture will be Roman esque. The main entrance, which will be arched, will be on "Wood street. It will be supported by red granite columns, polished and carved. The building will cost about $150,000 and it will take 18 months to build it THE SCHE5LEY ESTATE. It la Aasessed for tbe First Time to Kirs. Schenley Value of Historic Land In creased Val nations. The assessors book of the First ward was finished yesterdav. The entire valuation of the ward is 9.414,539, of which $138,430 is in personal property and 59,276,109 on real estate. There is an increase of 45 per cent over last year's valuation. The Schenley property in this ward is very extensive and for the first time it is assessed to Mrs. Schen ley. There are 118 lots on which are 145 houses, and the whole are assessessed at $488,914. Included in this is the old Block House. The ground it stands on is assessed at 52,880 and the house at 000. As the property was not a ssessed heretofore to Mrs. Schenley a comparison with last year's fig ures cannot be given. Some of the assessments of the larger properties, showing the increase, are ap pended: 1SSS. 19. George Albree, three lots and three houses. Liberty and Ferry streets(l& 640 22, KO Atwood A McCallrey's lots and plant. Third avenue 3666 62,550 Union National Bank, lot and house. Market street 36,788 63,810 Gcrinanla Savings llank, lot and house. Wood street 130,430 182,500 Bank of Pittsburg-, lot and house, Fourthavcnne 69,000 120,000 A. M. Uyers& Co., lot and house. Water street 31,000 44,150 HarniarD. Denny, lot and two houses. Market street 11,421 23,750 John Dunlap, eight lots and houses. Market street. Ferry street and Second aTcnue 56,377 90,445 S. M. and William Fulton, four lot and houses. First avenue.... 1,633 30,478 Joseph Fleming. Tour lots and buildings. Market street. Dia mond square and Fourth ave nue 45,033 108,803 David Gregg, five lots and houses. Market street. Diamond sguare and Fourth avenne 100,225 140,070 J. M. Gurfky estate, four lots and bulldlne. Market street. 233,589 '. Holmes bon, two lots and house, Market street 15,418 30,170 James O'Hara, lot and three houses, Water street . 31,220 69,000 Pennsylvania Railroad, Duquesne Depot 131.953 216,320 S. Severance, three lots and build- incs. Water street 23,700 57,000 O. P. Scalfe. four lots and build- , lags, Second avenue 16,230 27,590 J. F. and J. S. Scott, lot and building, Water street 16,720 37,310 Not assessed. The increase in the ward is very even, ex cept in a icw cases 01 property held in large lots. FAR PROM HER HOME. A Little Pittsburg Girl Is Badly Abused in Cincinnati. A letter was received yesterday at the office of the Humane Society from the so ciety in Cincinnati, in regard to a child in that city who is abused by its aunt, a Mrs. Anna Schwab, with whom she lives. The letter states that the child's name is Annie Phillips, and that her mother, Ella or Dora Phillips, and her aunt, Mrs. James Kane, live in this city. A request is made that there people be found that the child may be given to them. Agent O'Brien is looking for them. SEDUCTIVE CIDER. The Convention nt Lafayette Hall To-Day Will Probably Tackle It. The County Constitutional Amendment Convention will open at 9 o'clock this morn-, ing at Lafayette Hall. A large attendance is expected. One of the most important questions to be discussed is whether or no cider be placed under the same ban of pro hibition as whisky and beer. It is litely that cider will be declared intoxicating and placed under the ban. The result of the discussions will be sent to the Legislature at Harrisburg. G. W. SCHMIDT, WInea, Liquors and Clears. With the increased facilities at my com mand for doing business, and my steadily increased sales, I am enabled to purchase in greater quantities and direct from both im porters and distillers, and by so doing I place the goods on the market at the lowest prices consistent with the quality. The prices I guarantee in every instance, and the stock I offer from which to select is one of the largest In my wine department I am offering all the leading Champagnes, Brandenburg Freres, Clarets, Lauterne & Sohn. Kheinish and Moselle; "U. Bruning. haus' " Burgundy, Brandenburg Freres, Sauterne, Hungarian Wines, also Sherry, Port and Madeira Wines; Beer, Ale and Malt Extracts; Natural Mineral Waters, Olive Oils; Olives in one gallon kegs; Liqueurs and Cordials, Imported Brandies, Bum, Gin and the finest old Monongahela Pure Bye Whiskiesin the market I also offer the largest assortment of the finest imported Key West and Domestic cigars in tbe city. Call and get a price list of liquors and cigars. Goods delivered to all parts of Pittsburg and Allegheny. G. W. Schmidt, Ttfsu 95 and 97 Fifth ave. Bound to Create a Sensation. Novelties, that's what we're all looking for. Something out of the ordinary run. Well, here it is; a genuine bombshell. The P. C. C. C. will place on sale for Friday and Saturday only 490 men's fine suits about 30 different patterns and 56 is the figure you can make your selection for. It's a 56 suit sale, and a fine business suit worth 515, in 30 different patterns and many neat effects in stripes, plaids and broken checks can be had for $6, to-day and to-morrow only, at P. C. C. C, corner Grant and Dia mond streets, opposite the new Court House. THE WANTS TO RECOVER. S3.000 Claimed to be Still Dne the Fort Pitt National Bank. The Fort Pitt National Bank has entered suit against Chill W. Hazzard, bondsman for John J. Hazzard. The snit is to recover $2,000, the balance due on an alleged shortage con tracted while John J. Hazzard was teller of ' the bank. Chill W. Hazzard has filed his an swer. In which be claims be has no knowledge of such a balance, and that nothing has been presented to show it There was a second bondsman, but tho suit, for some reaton, was against merely the one. To-Day's Trial Lists. Common Pleas No. I Butler et al vs Bndgewater Gas Compauyi Wilson Snyder Manufacturing Company vs Straub et al (two cases); Standt &. Co. vs Thornton; Park fc Orton vs Allegheny county; Allegheny Valley Railroad vs Dickey; Holmes & Sons vs Briggs ADrara; McCIoskey vs Lamb (two cases); Weaver vs Scheulcr; Sheehan vs Welty et al; Warren vsUIrich. Common Pleas No. 2 Stewart vs Smith; Koenig or King et al vs Chartiers Valley Gas Company; Cawley vs Howley; Hammond vs Carnahan; Patterson vs Gold: Friday vs O'Nell. Criminal Court Commonwealth vs John M. Haiges, D. C. Traley. Fred Young, Thomas Carson, John L. Waddle et al; E. W. Jackson, Hyman Guidinsky, James Qnlnn, Henry Schuiitts J. E. Getcbell. Andrew Harcnm, Em ma Crozier, Milton Havs, J. H. Gillespie, Hugh O'DonncU, John Traff, Ernest Fisher, John Kleppner (2), diaries Price et al, An drew Quigley et at John Beady. A Coal Company's Salts. The case of T. B. Dewees against John Shields and Jesse H. Dewees. comprising tho Osceola Coal Company was tried before Judge White yesterday. The suit was on a judgment note held by the plaintiff against the firm for $10,600. The jury is out In the case. A bill In equity in tbe same matter is also pending. It was filed by Shields against his partner, J. H. Dewees. Lines From Lcpnl Quarters. The suit of the Oil Well Supply Company against the Exchange National Bank of Pitts burg, an action on a note, is on trial before Judge Ewing. The Pittsburg and Castle Shannon Railroad Company yesterday entered a suit in eject ment against John S. Myers for the possession of a lot in Castle Shannon. T. H. B. Patterson won his suits against the Marine National Bank lor checks dis honored. The jury rendered a verdict for him for SI, 404 55, the amount of tho check, and $300 damages. In t'ae suit or Bertha L. Grimm, administra trix of Gottfried Grimm, against Mary Meyer, tor the value of some goods claimed to have been held by the defendant a verdict was ren dered for the plaintiff yesterday for $157 87. John H. DirroLD and wife want an injunc tion to restrain the Fort Pitt Natural Gas Company, In Baden borough, Beaver county, from shutting off the gas from a well on their farm, and to compel the company to pay $150 a 3 ear on the contract A compromise was effected yesterday in the case of J. P. Gartside against the Junction Railway Company, an appeal from tbe decision of the Board of Viewers in assessing damages for a right of way taken, which was on trial before Judge Stowe. The suits of Saitta, Cnneo & Co. and J. H. Leatman, against the city of Pittsburg for damages to fruit stored in their cellars, caused by the brusting of a water pipe, were concluded yesterday. The first named received a verdict for $397 19, and Leatman was allowed $104 56. A capias for the arrest of Julia Modrzeiens ka was issued in a suit for damages for slander brought by Helena Modrzeiewska. The latter alleged that she was slandered before the pas tor of the Polish church that both attended, and many neighbors and members of the church. C. C. Shiver yesterday filed a statement in the suit of the Hope Manufacturing Company against George T. Hllleary. He stated that the Sheriff bad levied goods at No. 85 Robin son street, Allegheny, as tbe goods of Hilleary, and now held them. .The goods were pur chased by him from Hilleary before the attach ment was issued, and he asks that the writ of attachment be set aside. In the Criminal Court yesterday P. J. Ulrich was convicted of assault and battery on oath of W. Brownlee. Judge Collier fined him $10 and costs. Thomas Lemon, of Penn avenue, was convicted of illegal liquor selling on oath of Inspector McAleese. Anthony J. Auen, a Southside brewer, was convicted of illegal liquor selling at Banksville. Sarah Dillon was convicted of assault and battery before Judge Slagle. Where to Go for Photographs And be pleased is to Pearson's, tbe leading photographer, 95 Fifth avenue and 43 Fed eral street, Allegheny City. If you go to him for your cabinet photo, of yourselt and friend you are sure to be pleased. There is nonetnat can equal him in photographing the little ones. Ask your neighbor to show the photos, made by Pearson, and they will show you one that cannot be finished finer, and the likeness the best possible. Every body compliments his work. Uever a day goes by that he does not receive compli mentary letters from the people that have had photos, made by him. Go to him and you will never regret it; and his prices are within the reach of all. Bound to Create a Sensation. Novelties, that's what we're all looking for. Something oat of the ordinary run. Well, here it is"; a genuine bombshell. The P. C. C. C. will place on sale for Friday and Saturday only 490 men's fine suits about SO different patterns and $6 is the figure yon can make Your selection tor.' It's a $6 suit sale, and a line business suit worth $15, in 30 different patterns and many neat effects in stripes, plaids and broken checks can be had for 6, to-day and to-morrow only, at P. C. C. C, corner Grant and Diamond streets, opposite tbe new Court House. We have this day opened a fresh stock of sterling silverware in all the latest pieces. Tea caddies, salted almond dishes and servers, compotes, English peppers, afternoon tea sets and black coffees. Also a full line of staple nieces. y. YV. "Wattles, 30 and 32 Filth avenue. Clenrnnco Sale of Breech Londers. Target rifles, 2 25, 53, 55 and upward. Double shot guns at $6 75, $8, 510 and 512. Single shot guns at 53 50, 54, 56 and up ward. Fine repeating rifles from 58 upward, at J. H. Johnston's, 621 Smithfield street. Four hundred pieces of fine French and American flannels; stripes, checks and figures; all prices, 35c, 40c, 50c, 65c, 75c and $1 per yard. Hugus & Hacke. MWFSU An Aromatic Fragrance Is imparted to the mouth by the use of Sozo dont It is beyond doubt the cleanest, purest and best wash ever offered to the public. Sozo dont and comfort are synonyms. It cleanses the cavities in the enamel of the teeth, wfsu $5, $6 and SS Pants. For a good fitting suit or pants go to Pitcairn's Tailoring Emporium, tuf ' . 434 Wood street. Scrofula cured free of charge at 1102 Carson st, Southside. Gold head canes and fine silk umbrellas; lowest prices; no charge for engraving, at Hauch's, No. 295 Fifth avenue. wfsu Many novelty designs in French sateens just opened. Hugus & Hacke. MWFSU MEETINGS. Members of hilldale council jr. O. U. A. M., No. 235, Allegheny, wishing to view the remains of Brother William Rlgeer can do so at the residence of L. L. Planett, No. 119 Fremont street, on FRIDAY MORNING, Febrnary'15. at 10 o'clock. fe!5-'J0 AUCTION SALES. BY HENRY AUCTION CO. AUCTION SALE OF THIS CONTENTS OF a first-class restaurant and dwelling ad joining removed to the rooms No. 311 MAR KET ST., FRIDAY MORNING. February 15. at 10 o'clock. Dining chairs and tables, cut lery, glassware, dishes, silverware, mirrors, rooking utensils, refrigerator, cooking ana heating stoves, lamps, pictures, linoleum, cus padores, hat racks, travs, signs crockery, water cooler, tinware, cupboard, washstand, etc Also chamber, parlor, office and dining room furniture and carpets, decorated toilet ware, carpets and rugs, gas globes, ladles' wraps, cur tains, clocks, mattresses, springs, center tables, blankets, folding Deds, wardrobes, etc, etc HENRY AUCTION CO., LIM., fel4-ll Auctioneers. PITTSBURG DISPATCH, JtSTDisplay advertisements one dollar per square for one insertion. Classified advertise ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale, To Let, etc., ten cents per line for each inser tion, and none taken for less than fifty cents. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BRANCH OFFICES. For the accommodation of the public, Branch Offices have been established at the following places, where Want, For Sale, To Let, and other transient ad vertisements will be received up to 9 P. M.,for inser tion .next morning:': Advertisements are to be prepaid except where advertisers already have, accounts with TOE dis patch. rrrrsBunt, THOMAS McCAFFKEY, 3M Butler street. EMIL G. STUCKEY, 21th street and Penn ave. E. G. STUCKEY &CO., Wylle ave. and Knlton St. N. STOKELY, Fifth Avenne Market House. EAST ESD. J. 'W. 'WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenne. OAKLAKD. SICALLISTElt&SIIElllLEB,5thav.Atwoodst. E0CT1I8IDB JACOB SPOHN, 2Jo. 2 Carson street. CUAS. faCUWAIUL 1T07 Carson street. ALLEGHENY. A. 3, KAEKCIIEU, SO Federal street. H. J. McBKIDE, Federal and Ohio streets. FRED H. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street. V. 1L EGGEKS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut its. J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets. THOMAS 31CHENKY. WcsternanU Irwinaves." G. AV. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver avej. PEKKY M. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves. WANTED-UELP. Mnlo Heln. A N T-E U 50 HOLDERS. T. 1. NEILI-, Greensburjr, Pa. fcl5-45 w TfTANTED--AN EXPERIENCED COACH- V MAN for livery Apply T. B. MORELAND, 6100 Penn ave.. East End.' feS-2 TTANTEt) GARDENER SINGLE MAN: V must understand care of horses: German preferred: steady employment. Inquire at 71 FRANKS-TOWN AVE.. East Pitts., Pa. fe!5-83 WAHTEO - AGENTS 10 SELL CLINE'S foot heaters and patent fuel Tor carriages, wagons, etc: sells at sight. Inquire alter 3 p.m., fffl. SEMPLE, JR., 1SS Federal St., Allegheny, Pa. del6-9-D TTTANTED-AN ENERGETIC MAN TO TAKE YV charge of our St. Joseph, Mo., olllce: also one for Denver, Col. : salary $2,000; cash deposit of $1,500 required during engagement: must have good references. Address MAN AG ER, IS Rarage, maba. Neb. feI4-5 WANTEU-SALES MEN EVERY WIIEKE FOR onradlustablc door plates (can sell and de Iveratonce), four4stylc3 of doorbells, metal and white enamel letters, house numbers, etc. ; sam ples, circulars, etc , freo. KEW YORK DOOR PLATE CO., Albany, N. Y. fel5-54-D I Female TTelD. WANTEO-A FIRST-CLASS MILLINER FOR city trade. Apply at J. D. BEKND & CO., Liberty street. fel5-SS WAXTED-A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL COOK; must be a reputable. Intelligent woman, not over middle age: none others need apply: tbe right kind of a woman can have a tteadv place at good wages. AddrcssorcallatthePARKIIOTEU New Brighton. Pa., for one week. fel4-76 Blnlo nnd Female Hrlo. -TTTANTED AT ONCE FARM HANDS, TV house girls, cooks, chambermaids, nurses and hotel girls. MEHAN'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. 545 Grant st fel4-S9-D WANTED-SITUATIONS. WANTED-A POSITION BY REGISTERED drug clerk: 8 years' experience; can furnish Sood references: country preferred. Address PH. No. 37 Anderson st. fel5-55 WANTED-ItOOaiS. HOUSES. WANTED-FUBN1SHED ROOM FOR MAN and wife, on or near inland ave., E. E. ; state terms, with and without board. Address PERMANENT. Dispatch office. fela-72 WANTED-FINANCIAL. -TrANTED-MOKTGAGES-310NEYTO LOAN V In sums to suit, at 4K, 5 and 6 per cent. GBAEU1NG &. LYON, 13S Fourth ave. ap6-el-D TTANTED-RENT3 TO COLLECT; MONTH- VV LY settlement. with Itemized statement. BLACK & BAIRD, 9-5 Fourth avenue. a2S-a29-D WANTED-.MOBTGAGES ON CITY PROP ERTY, over 84.000; V& per cent; no tax. HENRY A. WEAVERS CO., 82 Fourth avenue. mh2-a22-j -TTTANTED -RENTS COLLECTED PROMPr VVLY: property managed with satisfaction. ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167. Jaia-jl iTTTANTED-MORTGAGES-SUilS FROM -SSCO V- to S5),000 to loan at Ji. S and 6 per cent. I JAS. W. DEAPG Co., 129 Fourth avenue, Pltts- ourg. rei-47-MWFS TTTANTED-TO LOAN MONEY IN SUMS VV from SS00 to $20,000 at -Qi to 6 per cent, ac- corainjrxosizeanaKinn oi xnorigace: no delay ir the title is good w.jl. nx-iuturi ssuxB, ou i ourm ave, fel-4S-TuF -TTrANTED-TO LOAN 500,KI0, IN AMOUNTS V of 3,000 and upward, on city and suburban property, on 4 per cent, free oftax; also smaller amounts at Sand 6 per cent. BLACK & BAIRD, $3 Fourth avenue. se21-d26-D TTrANTKD-TO LOAN 200,000 ON MORT V GAGES; J10O and upward at 6 per cent; J500,000at 4K per cent on residences or business property: also In adjoining counties. S. H, FRENCH, 125 Fourth avenue. oc31-cS4-D WANTEll-MOKTGAGES-fl, 000, 0C0TO LOAN on city and suburban properties at 4K 5and 6 per cent, and on farms In Allechenvand aala- ccnt counties at 6 per cent: no money loaned out of Pennsylvania. 1. M. PEN.SOCK & bON, 105 Fourth avenue. api-rn WANTE D-MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED-TO SELL PLUMBING AND GAS fitting business. Address K., Dispatch of fice. fcl2-9S -T7-ANTED-HOUSEHOLD AND GENERAL VV merchandise ror storage. PITTSBURG AUCTION CO., 93 Third ave. fel4-37 -TTJANTEIJ-TO EXCHANGE A HOUSE AND V lot for machinery to starts small foundry. Address JOE DOUGAN, St. James Hotel, city. fclI-9 WANTEO-A PORTABLE SECOND-HAND hoisting engine 6 to 8 horse power; suitable for blast furnace erection. LEAN & BLAIR, Pittsburg, Pa. fcH-77 WANTED -FURNITURE TO PACK FOR shipment; storage to let: moving furniture aspecialtv: lowest rates. PITTSBURG AUCTION CO., 93 Third ave. feH-37 TJANTED- AUCTION SALES OF REAL V V estate, merchandise at stores and household goods at residences, by SMITHSON A MOORE, General Auctioneers, office room 68, Eisner build ing, corner Fifth avenue and Wood street. fe!3-18 WANTED-EVERYBODY TO KNOW THAT H. Terheydcn has laid In a large stock of American watches, gold and silver, that he can sell as low as the lowest; remember the place. HENRY TERUEYDEN, 530 Smithfield St. nOll-MWFSU w ANTE1)-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO TOGRAPHER. 96 Fifth avenue. Pltthnrir. and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to kuuw luab iiu IB iuaiu uuc tauiueis ai f i on per dozen: photos delivered when promised: Instan taneous process. mhl.Vk27 feOR SALE-IMPKOYED REAL ESTATE Alleshcnr Residences. FOR SALE -P0, 000 FOR ONE OF THE FINEST residences In Allegheny; large grounds near theparks; all conveniences. W. W. McNKILL & BRO., 162 Fourth ave. feS-73-MWFSu FOR SALE-GOOD INVESTMENT; NEW frame house of 6 rooms, hall, etc.. In Second ward. Allegheny: rents for 818; price only (2. 000. a BALTENSPERGER A CO., 154 Fourth avenue. fel5-85 FOR SALE-UNION AVENUE, ALLEGHENY, fronting parks, fine residence of 14 rooms, with all modern Improvement: large lot: new brick stable, etc. JNO. J. HOWLEY, 127 Fourth ave. fe!4-91 FOR SALE-THE S LARGE BRICK DWELL INGS, Nos. 18 and 20 Robinson St., Allegheny, are offered at a-bargain If sold before the 1st of March; lot 40x100 feet. SAMUEL DYER. 48 Park way, Allegheny. fel4-9S-D FOR 8ALE-2 GOOD 2-STORY BRICK HOUSES in Allegheny; one ot them 85,000 and the other 88, 500; these properties are both very desira ble and good value; terms to suit, C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue. fel3-28 FOR SALE-ON MONTEREY ST., ALLE GHENY, lot 20x110 to a paved alley, brick house of 7 rooms and bath, laundry, nat. and arti ficial gas. city water, good location: only 83.000. THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave. J " fel4-94-JIWThFS FOR SALE-PARK PROPERTY-THE BRICK dwelling of 10 rooms. Mo, ISO North avenue, Allegheny; one or the best locations on Parks: now open for Inspection : If not sold by 1st March wniDciei 10 suuauie lenani. BAilUELDYER. 43 Park way, Allegheny, fel4-9S-l Suburban Residences. FOR SALE-CHEAP-AT WEST BELLEVUE npw 5-room frame house with conveniences, near sta.; payments very easy. C. BALTEN SPERGER 4 CO., 154 Fourth ave. iel5-65 FOR SALE-AT SEWICKLEY-AN ALMOST new house, modern style, 8 rooms, well con venlcnced; lt 90x240 feet; very desirably located near the station; a' very great Inducement Is oflered In the way of price. If sold quick. W. A. HERROJN&SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave. fel5-69-D FOR SALE-OR TO LET-ONE OF THE HOST beautiful suburban places in Allegheny coHntT.lliell?n.eJu containing 15 rooms, splendidly finished, and surrounded with wide verandas; It is completely fitted up with bath rooms, water closets, and natural gas; there is a good stable and handsomefowlhouse: theirroundi are very beautiful and well supplied with choice shrubbery, fruit and ornamental trees; the whole will be sold, with from 1 to 5 acres of ground, at a very moderate price. KN OX VILLE L AND IM PROVEMENT CO., 85 Knox avenue, Knoxville borough. JaI9-9 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY FOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE. CItr Residences. FOR SALE-WSOO-ON FORTY-FOURTH ST.. brick house of 8 rooms. lot 3fixl00 ft. : price made loir In order to sell quick. W. A. HEBRON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth ave. fcIS-51 FOR SALE-X0.3G6 FIFTH AVENUE-LOT 20x 100 ft. to Ann st., 2 honses, one In front and one In rear, bringing a good rent. W.A.HERRON A SONS, 80 Fourth ave. fctWl FOR 8 ALE -PENN AVE. PROPERTY: VALU ABLE, desirable and well located: good In vestment to quick hnyer. ALLES & BAILEY, 1M Fourth ave. : tel. 167. fel4-0O FOR SALE-NO. IS SECOND AVENUE, A ' very desirable brick bouse, 11 rooms, latelm P.r.Ze,nent, In lirst-cUsj condition. W. A. HLRRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. felS-70-Mwr FOR SALE A NEAT HOME FOR S2.000, ON paymentscasy as rent: brick of Grooms, late Improvements; a rare chance, as rents will about pay for tbe house. W. A. HEBRON & SOUS, 80 lourth avenue. felt-03 FOR 8ALE-6-UOOME1J BRICK DWELLING. finished attic good cellar, on Granville street. near-Eleventh ward schoolhouse; lot 20i !2,Prl,e $3,200: very cheap. GEO. SCHMIDT, 15S Fourth ave. fel5-43-MWP FOR SALE -J SQUARES FHOS1 COURT House, near cable .line, large 3-story brick residence; would alter and suit well for business stand; lot2ux9Stoan alley. HENRY A. BREED, 516 Market street. ' fel5-47 FOR SALE-S3.800-LOMDARD STREET, 7- .. roomed brick dwelling, with hall, vestibule, sliding doors between parlor and dining room, range, bath, slate mantels, etc.: lot KilJO, with frontyard. GEO. SUHMIDT, 153 Fourth ave. feI5-48-MWP FOR SALE-AI-STORY FRAME DWELLIN G, containing 7 rooms; cltv water; natural gas on street; lot 25x160 from Mission to Lincoln it, near Sterling, head of S. Twcntv-ieconrt street; price (2.300, G. J. BLE1CHNER, 2203 Carson St. fel3-i3 TTWU SALE-2.250-.MT. WASHINGTON. 2 X! minutes Irom Incline. 2-story frame of 6 rooms, hall, shutters, front and rear porches, good cellar, .house newly papered, line view of city: Ipt 23x82. BLACK & BAIRD. 95 fourth ave. fe7-lW)-7, 8, U, 13, 15, 19, 2L 23, 23, 27 FOR SALE H800 FOR ALL SIXTH ward Investment, cor. Eagle and Cooper streets; lot 47x100 feet, with .two three-storv brick dwellings, six rooms each: total rental to04 per annum. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave. felM4 FOR SALE-A BARGAIN AND A GOOD 1N VESTMENT now renting tor 120 per mo good brick house of 8 rooms, late Improvements, forS2,xi:l4J0cash, balance nn'long time at low rate or Interest. W. A. HERRON & SONS. 80 tonrth avenue. fel4-93 FOR SALE-FIFTH AVENUE RESIDENCE, near Jumonvllle street, a new pressed brick house, 8 rooms, bath room, electric bell, w. e. 'a. hot and cold water, natural and artificial gas, cement cellar, laundry and all the latest Improve ments: lot 22x120 to Ann street. Call or address N 0. 620 FIFTH A VEN UE. fel3-H-WThrsu FOR SALE-AN ELEGANT RESIDENCE ON Bluff st.; 2-story mansard, pressed brick front, double parlors with sliding doors, kitchen, pantry, hall, vestibule on first floor, 4 rooms and bath on second floor, 3 rooms In attic, goou cellar, stationary washtnbs: house all grained and In good order; only built last summer; lot about 24x 140; a perftct house in every respect; $9,000. THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave. fel4-94-MWThrs East End Residence". FOR SALE -CHOICE EAST END RESI DENCES, large or small. Call or send for new list, free. V. A. HEKKON & SONS.80 Fourth avenue. fe6-55-3iwF FOR SALE-AT t2,50O-EASY PAYMENTS; house and lot In tho East End: 6 large rooms; ood cellar ana fine lot; very cheap. JAS. W. RAPE CO., 123 Fourth aveuue, Pittsburg. 1CI5-38-D FOR SALE -SOUTH HILAND AVENUE, very desirable residence, S rooms; all con veniences: lot 27WX140 to alley: stable and sewer connections. HENRY A. BREED, 516 llarket st. fel5-l7 FORSALE--ON PENN AVE.-NEW FRAME house, 8 rooms, reception hall, bathroom and all modern improvements: convenient to both steam and cable cars; only HOOO. THOS. LIG GETT, lit Fourth ave. felo-75-rrrssu FOR SALE COR. LOT ON PA-VED ST., within 5 mln. walk from Roup sta.: 55x140! frame house, S rooms, bath room, hall In center or house, nat. gas. all modern Improvements; only J13.000. THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave. fcio-76-MTurssu; FOR SALE-A NICE QUEEN ANNE HOUSE and corner lot In the East End, 6 rooms, nat ural gas, water, reception hall, etc., etc.: fine large corner lot: $4,000: easy payments ; immediate possession. JAS. W.DKAPK& CO., 129 Fourth avenue, .Pittsburg. feI5-5S-0 FOR SALE-SHADYSIUE. BETWEEN AM BERSON and Aiken avenues, and between P. R. It. and Fifth ave. cable line, elegant resi dence, 9 rooms, best finish: all latest conveniences and Improvements: sewer connections: large lot; choice location. HENRY A. BREED. 616 Market' st. fels-47 FOR SALE-S3,20O-JU3T ONE M1N UTE FROM Fifth avenue cable cars, on a good street and convenient to E. E. statlon-a pretty frame dwell ing of 6 rooms, ball and vestibule, nat. and art. gas, water, screens for windows and doors, front yard; choice location and special bargain. BLACK & BAIRD, 93 Fourth avenue. feS-9-D EMR SALE-PRETTY HOME. IN THE EAST u;Enit! street paved with asphalt; complete sewerage; Queen Anne frame dwelling; reception ball, range, bath,' laundry with stationary tub J. 9 rooms, psntry, furnace: lot 50x100 feet: close to P. R. R. station; price 17,500; terms (1.000 cash, bal ance to suit. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. fe4-18-Mwr FOR SALE-NEAR SHADYSIDE STATION-A neat 2,1-5101? frame dwelling of 5 rooms and bathroom; nice attic range, hot and cold water. Inside w.c, inside shutters."marble mantels, cup boards, wardrobes, etc., just new and latest im provements; jrood lot and perfect sewerage; price only SlfiOO. BLACK St. BA1RI, 95 Fourth avenue. L rc6-51-7,9,11.13,15,lS,20.22,2o,27 I710R SALE-HSS) WILL BUY A MEADOW street dwelling of 8 rooms, nicely arranged; hall, vestibule, laundry In cellar, front and back porches, range, bathroom, hot and cold water, natural and artificial gas, slate mantels and nice chandeliers: this Is only 6 minutes' from Liberty station. BLACK t, BAIRD, 95 Fourth avenue. fe6-49-D FOR SALE-51,000 CASH, BALANCE $300 PER year Oakland corner property. 2-story and mansard brick dwelling, 8 rooms, hall, vestibule, bath, range, inside w. c, sliding doors, inside shutters, front and back porches; house hand somely papered:nlce chandc!Iers,etc; good stable and carriage house. BLACK & BAIRD. 95 Fourth avenue. feI5-74-Jtwr FOR SALE-CORNER LOT ON HILAND AVE., 64x190; brick house (about 3 yrs. old), recep tion hall, parlor, dining room, pantry and kitchen on first floor, 4 bedrooms, bathroom and linen closet on second floor, 4 good rooms In attic, basement launary, furnace, natural gas and all modern Improvements; 5 minutes' walk from either line of cable or street cars. THOS. LIG GETT, 114 Fourth ave. felO-75-TTFssu FOR SALE-ON CORNER OF TWO PROMI NENT paved aves. In East End, large lot, new brick house, parlor, library, dlnine room. Reception hall, kitchen and pantry on first floor, o ucu ruuuip, uaiu ruuni ou sccunu nuor, larce storage room, cedar closet and servants' room in attic, electric bells, speaking tubes, sliding doors, slate mantels, elegant neighborhood, convenient to steam and cable cars; onlv 816,000; a rare bar gain. THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Eourth ave. fclO-76-MTliFSSu FOR 8ALE-SHADYS1DE RESIDENCE, ON one of the finest streets between the station and Fifth avenue cable Cars, complete In all Its appointments, with handsome grounds well laid "out with walks, drives, shrubbery, fruit and shade trees: house has a very commanding appearance; has 17 rooms. 6 large fine rooms on first floor, 6 on the second floor and 5 rooms In attic; tbe laundry is complete; cellars are cemented: large furnace, wide halls, natural gas all through, ample porches, bay windows, etc.: also, stable for 3 horses: lot 105x260 feet. This Is one of the best located dwell ings In the East End, bas an eastern and southern exposure, and can be bought for (30, 000. BLACK A BAIRD. 95 Fonrth ave." fe4-H-MWF FOft SALE-LOTS. East End Lot. FOR SALE-ONLY.I.550-CHEAPEST LOT IN Ben Vrnuc, Shadyslde; 50x120 feet; If told soon. MELLON BROS., East Liberty. IelO-13-MWF FOR SALE-BOULEVARD LCI'S FACING tbe circle and parks; cheapest and best lots In the E. E. BLACK ft BAIRD. 95 Fourth ave. f 64-19-4, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23,25, 27 FOR SALE-TWO CHOICE LOTS ON STAN TON avenne, near Hlland ave., each 40x100 leet to 20-foot alley: price reduced to SM per foot If sold at once. BLACK &BALHD. 95 Fourth ave. fc8-49-D FOR SALE-FINEST LOTS-PALLAS STA TION, Penna. Railroad; will, he sold lower than anyln thenelghborhood;frontlng on Grazier street, 4 minutes of station. MELLON BROS., East Liberty. fcH-SO-FSu FOR SALE -VERY CHEAP, GREATLY nndcr price If sold quick, desirable lot In tbe Boulevard, East End. 50x190 ft.: beautiful street, graaed and paved. W. A. HEBRON k SONS. 80 Fourth avenue. fel5-79-Mwr FORSALE-2 CHOfCE BUILDING LOTS ON Grazier street, each 40x135 feet to 24-foot alley. Bank of Commerce addition plan, Brnsbton sta tion; act quickly and secure this rare bargain. JNO. F. BAXTER, Agent, 612 Smithfield st. felO-64-TnF FOR SALE-CORNER-60 FEET FRONTON Rlppey street. Nineteenth ward; lately paved with asphaltum; very handsome residence street: good residences, all improvements: street sewer, gas, water, etc.. paid; price only 83,800 If sold soon. MELLON BROS., East Liberty. ieM-80-FSu FOR SALE-(99)-CRAlG ST. LOTS, NEAR Fifth ave.. (65 per front foot, 50x142 feet to alley, facing east: very desirable; street is sewered and traded midway between Fifth ave. and proposed Center ave. cable lines: enhance ment certain: terms easy. SAMUEL W. BLACK k CO., 99 Fourth ave. felO-72-MWF FOR SALE-CALL FOR ILLUSTRATED PLAN of lots on the boulevards; the finest lotsin tbe East End, fronting the parks and circles, with 90-foot paved streets, flagstone sidewalks, com plete sewerage system: close to station, surround ed by fino residences ana at remarkably low E rices; terms, only S5UU casli, balance to suit uycr: come early, get tbe pick of lots and ground floor prices. BLACK & BATBD, 95 1 ourth are. fc4-l8-irwr Mnnnfnctnrlnc Sites. FOR SALE-BUSINESS SITE-OVER 100 FEET fronting on Rlveravenne, by 215 feet In depth; two-story brick tannery covering nearly the entire lot; will be sold cheap to quiet buyer. BLACK & BAIRD, S3 Fonrth avenne. feS-49-O 15, - 188& FOR SALE LOTS. Cltr Lot FOR 8ALE LAWRENCEVTLLE LOTS ON Hatfield and Walnut streets: desirable and cheap. ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167. fel4-a FOR SALE-LOTS ON LIBERTY AND PENN aves., also on Wvlle ave, : reasonable price and desirable la location. ALLES & BAILEY. 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167. fel4-90 Alleihcnv Irra. T7KJRSALE-ON THE PARK IN ALLEGHENY. JD handsome brick dwelling: 12 rooms, ranee, bath. Inside w. c, hal, vestibule, laundry with stationary tubs, pat- gas all throngh; large lot, fine locatlon:-very cheap and easy payments. BLACK BAIRU, 95 Fourth ave. Ja27-107-27,29.31,fe2,4,S,8.9iH.13,U.lS Miscellaneous. FOR SALE-EAST END BUILDING LOTS, OF all kinds. Call or send for printed list, free Just issued. W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. fe6-53-Mwr FOR SALE-SMALL DWELLINGS, SOME ON easy payments: call or send for new printed list free. W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. fcG-55-JiWT ITAOR SALE-LOTS CHEAP AND ON EASY ? terms, on good streets. In Seventeenth and eighteenth wards. (Till or send for new printed list free. W. A.HERRON A SONS, -No.SO Fourth ave. t fc!3-51 FOR SALE-BUINES3. Business Chanrea. FOR SALE-A FINE GROCERY BUSINESS IN. a town 7. COO to 8. 000 Inhabitants, doing a busi ness orfl.700to81.8CKpermontli: reasons forscll ing, business Interests In tbe West. Address J. W. H., Dispatch office. fe!3-12-wrsn. FOR SALE-A GOOD DRUGSTORE IN ARAP 101.Y growing manufacturing town on line of railroad; population over 3,00) and lncreasine: a splendid opening. JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth avenue, PUtsbttrir. felo-4-Mwrs TTIOR SALE-GROCERr-ONLY 82.000 IN THE JD heart of the city; old established stand and do ing a good business: stock, fixtures, horse and waron. A rare chance: seenre it soon. J. R. COOPER Jb CO., 107 Fourth ave. fel4-30 FOR SALE-ONE-HALF INTEREST IN A woolen mill and broom factory In one of the best towns In Western Pennsylvania: tbe only business of tbe kind In county: fully equipped and doing well. JAS. W. DKAPB CO.. 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. felO-43-Mwrs FOR SALE-WISHING TO RETIRE. I OFFER my old established business stand (with or without stock):dolng20, 000 annually: store, ware house, dwelling and stable: 3 honrs from Pitts burg, onC. ftP.lt. R.. general store, Kensington, Col. Co., O. C. E. RICHARDS. feI3-30-EOD FOR SALE-STORES, STORES, STORES; drag, dry goods, grocery, notion, shoe, tea, cigar and tobacco stores, bakeries, hotels, restaur ants, confectioneries boarding houses, coal works, etc. ; 103 gdo9 city business chances for men or women. SHEPARD & CO., 64 Filth ave. Ja30 FOR SALE-A CUSTOM SHIRT BUSINESS, Including patterns: complete system; with full Instructions In art of cutting: linen, muslin, and good will; buyer can make 82.UX) per year; present owner is in other business.-which takes all bis time; price GOO. Address 8., P. O. Box 262, city. - ' fc9-71 FOR SALE-A HALF INTEREST IN A LARGE and successful general store In a manufactur ing town on line of railroad; last year's business 370,000; mostly cash; a r.rre opening to an accept able man: 111 health the only reason for selling. JAS. W. DRAPE i, CO., 129 Fourth ave.. Pitts burg. felO-41-WTS Business Stands. FOR SALE-THE NORTHSIDE GRAIN ""LE VATOR and warehouse in the rear, with track connections, .together .with a finely-established and paying business fn grain, flour, feed, hay, etc., etc.: said elevator contains two fast running French burrs, chopping mills, together with all modern appliances for handling grain cheaply and qnlckly; bin capacity SO. 000 hn.:sold on easy terms; 111 health reason for selling. JOHN P. DEAN, cor. Irwin and North ave., Allegheny. ie7-8 TTH)K SALE-THE CHAUTAUQUA HOTEL JD property, with complete outfit and entire furnlshmeni. head of Lake Chautauqua, May vllle. N. Y., at railroad station; 55 bedrooms-'par-lors and sitting room, large dining room, billiard room and tables, commodious Kitchen, cloak rooms, barber shop, office and barroom; also a furnished cottage of 10 rooms, adjoining hotel. Icehouse and cooling room; large barn for livery purposes and all necessary outbuildings: over 4 acres of ground tastefully laid ont with orna mental and shade trees, spacious lawn, etc., etc.; everything Is In perfect order and in condition to continue the business in Us usual, prosperous state; the most profitable hotel stand on the lake; a rare chance for tbe right man; can be bought at an Immense bargain; satisfactory reasons for selling-. Fuller particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE So CO.. 129 Fourth avenue. Pittsburg. fel5-58-D FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. Machinery and DIetals. FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND boilers; all sizes and styles kept In stock, from 4 to 100 h. p.'; all refitted: good as new, at lowest prices; mounted portable engines, 8 to 15 h. p. ii.25 Park way. J.. S. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa. Ja3-92-MWF FOR SALE-29X48 CORLISS ENGINE: ONLY run a year; can be seen in operation: price on application-, also a new Strange Co. stave ma chine, all complete; capacity-10.000 in 10 hours; will sell at low figure. J. A. MCCORMICK, 150 First ave. aul-pK-invr FOR SALE-CONTRACTORS' MACHINERY: one 74xl"Mnch double engine, donble drum; others down to 4xS-lnch. with single or double friction drums: wire and man 11a rope, centrifugal pumps, etc. THOMAS CAKLIN'S SONS, corner Lacock and Sandusky sts Allegheny. Jal7-3iwr Horses. Vehicles, Lire Stock, ifcc T7WR SALE-A VERY FINE KENTUCKY BAY JU saddle horse; will single foot in 3 minutes also trot In harness; is perfectly gentle and sound. Can be itea at COHBIN & CORVU "SALE STABLES, Ferry st, Pittsburg. fel4-29 Miscellaneous. F1 OR SALE-A NEW, ELEGANT SIDEBOARD; to he seen at CLEMENTS BAUMKOTTER'S. corner Third and East streets. Allegheny. .fe!5-8l LEGAL NOTICES. IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS NO. 1, of Allegheny county, 'No. 516. March term, 18S8 Commonwealth ex rel. vs Elizabeth Dean. The undersigned gives notice that he bas filed bis final account as committee on above matter and the same will be allowed by the Court on Saturday, March 11, 18S9, nnless cause to tbe contrary be shown. A. M. MAR SHALL, Committee. feS-25-F NOTICE-AN APPLICATION WILL BE made to the Court of Common Pleas No. 1 of Allegheny county, at No. 618. March term, 18S9, on Saturday, March 2, lbS9. by J. H. Reitz, Samuel J. Reno. John A. Benton, F. Dower man and VV. H. Rapp, Sr., VV. C. Reitz anil A. C. Robertson for the charter of a corporation of the first class, under- the general corporation act of 1874. The name of said intended cor poration Is the Qrandview Hall Association, and the object Is to erect and maintain a building containing balls and lodge rooms for public purposes. R. S. FRAZER, Solicitor. fe7-8o-F MARSHALLS t IMBRIE, 117 Diamond St. STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA. COUNTY of Allegbeny.js. In the Court of Com mon Pleas No. 1, No. 793 December T., 1887. In the matter of tbe American Bank, William Floyd vs Lewis Peterson et al. January 12, 1889, account of receiver presented and on mo tion of attorney for receiver said account is confirmed and James F. Robb, Esq., is ap pointed Auditor to distribute the funds. BY THE COURT. From the Record. SeaLJ JOHN BRADLEY. Prothonotary. Notice is hereby given that I will attend to the duties of the above appointment at my office. No. 100 Diamond street, Pittsburg, Pa., on WEDNESDAY,' February 27. 188. at 3 o'clock f. m., when add where you may attend if you see proper. felK-F JAMES F. ROBB, Auditor. ELECTIONS. Pittsburg and Castlk Shanxosi Railroad Company, I General Office, Carson street, f SouTnsiDE, PrrTSBUKQ. February 41SS9. J ELECTION-THE ANNUAL MEETING of tho stockholders of this company will be bold at this1 ollico on TUESDAY, February 19, 18S9, bctween.tho hours of 2 and 4 P. Jr. for the purpose of electing a President and ten directors, to scrvoduring the ensuing year and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before them. E. J. REAMER. Secretary and Treasurer. feSVU-D NOTICES. -TOTlCE TO CONTRACTORS AND CAR J PENTERS We desire to have from $300 to $100 worth of carpenter work done in exchange fox a new upright piano. Address WARISROOM, Dis patch office. feI5-49 COUNTY COmtlSSIOSERS' OVFICE, 1 PittSBUeo, February 6. 18S9. I THE COUNTY; COMMISSIONERS WILL hold appeals on the following named dis tricts as follows, td wit: Friday, February 15, Nineteenth. Twenty first and Twenty-second wards, Pittsburg. Saturday, February 16, Twentv-third ward, Pittsburg, and Second ward, Allegheny. Monday, February 18, Ross, South Versailles, Indiana, Springdale and East Deer townships. Thursday, February 2L Thirteenth, Four teenth and Twentieth wards, Pittsburg. By order ot County Commissioners, R. E. MERCER, GEO. Y McKEE. DANIEL McWILLIAMS. P. W. SIEBERT. Clerk. fe7-19 SPECIAL SALE For 10 days only, No. 115 Page street, Allechcny, brick bouse, 2 stories and mansard: contains 8 rooms, bath, laundry, pantries, closets, eta; yard in front and rear. For card of admission call at office. A. D. WILSON, f etf-54-rs 65 Federal st, Allegheny; TO LET. Cltv Residences. TO LET-A2-STORY FRAME DWELLING OF 9 rooms, on UonVad St.. Twentieth ward, near Fenn ave.. Inquire of H. J. LYNCH, 438 Market st. fcll-22 Enst End Residences. TO LET-7 QUEEN ANNE JJRICK DWELL IN GS. luit finished, at Roup station, front ing P. K. R.: 8 rooms, finished attic, batb,elegant staircase, front and rear porches, natural gas, complete sewerage, range, hot and cold water, marble-top washstands. hard wood mantels with cabinets, tile hearths, complete electric work, nice lawn, large lot; rent sen: free rent W April I. Ask for REV.CHAPMAN HOUSESiOr call on BLACK. SL BAIRU, 95 Fourth ave. fcl5-77-U, 1S.-20. 22,25,27,23 Alleshcnr Residences. TO LET-NO. 214 LACOCK ST., ' ALLE GHENY, 8 rooms, at 42 per mo. W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenne. fel5-78-MWT TO LET-I2 ANDERSON ST., ALLEGHENY. Immediate possession If desired; 10 rooms. W. A. HERRON & SONS, SO Fourth avenue. : rclS-TS-MWr TO LET-NO. 92 AVERY ST., ALLEGHENY 8 rooms,-late Improvements: possession can. be had at once If desired. W. A. HERRON SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave. (13-51 TO LET-NO. 185 BEAVER AVE., ALLE GHENY, a large storeroom and A dwelling morns, good new building. 135 a month. -W. A. HERRON Sn 80NS, No. 80 Fourth ave. fel5-71-TuF rTW LET-COB. ALLEGHENY AND WEST JL ERN avenue. Allegheny, a very desirable residence, jo rooms, late Improvements, stable,, etc. "TV. A. HERRON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth avence. feI2-92-TWF TO LET-HOUSES 403 AND 405 FEOERAL ST extension, 5 rooms, all modern convenience; also: store rooms and dwellings ISO and 1M Penna. avenue. Allegheny. Inquire of J. R. McKEE, 7CS Penn ave., Penn Building, room (It JaM-TJ-MWT TO LET-FOUR NEW SIX-ROOM HOUSES with bath, w. c, natural gas, etc.: on line of electric road, Perrysvllle ave., Allegheny: also store anddwclllnr 55 Chestnut st, Allegheny. Inquire of J. A. A1CK.EE, 708 Penn ave.. Penn building, room 611. Ja.ll-73-Kwr Forma. TO LET-100-ACRE FARM, NEW BARN AND honse, near Wall station, Penna. R. P..: Sossesslon April; annnal rent. (180. MELLON ROS., East Liberty. lel5-l-FSn TO LET OR FOR SALE-150-ACRE FARM, i minutes' walk from town of Manoi, on Penna. K.R,, Westmoreland eo.;15acres timber, balanee cleared; house, hank barn and outbuildings, orchard, etc. CHAS. L. McCUTCHEON. 104 Fourth ave. Jal3-30-MWr Offices, Desk Room, tfce. TO LET-DESK ROOM ON SECOND FLOOR of Penn building; rent, 5to (3 per month. Inquire ROOM 201, Penn Building. . fcl3-15 TO LET-(89) OFFICES AND BUSINESS rooms In best location; call for prices. SAMUEL W. BLACK Si CO., 99 Fourth ave. Jal8-23-D TO LET-LARGE OFFICE (CARPETED) ON second floor "Penn building'; "rentfree" until April 1. Inquire ROOM 201, Fenn building. fel5-5I rriO LET-OFFICE AND WAREROOM ON SEC JL OND floor; rent low to desirable tenant. Call at DEN LINGER BROS., 804 Dnqnesneway, near Eighth st. fel3-19-wr TO LET-FRONT OFFICES IN BUILDING corner Water street and Cherry alley: rent low. D. TV. C. B1DWELL & CO., corner Water street and Cherry alley. Jaao-28 TO LET-FREE RENT-TO APRIL L 139 Offleevcor. Fifth avenue and Wood street; Sood light and Crane elevator. SAMUEL W. LACK Jb CO., 99 Fourth ave. Ja29-S3-D TO LET- IN THE McCANCE BLOCK, Smithfield, Liberty and Seventh avenue, well-lighted offices, each room fronting on a prin cipal street; passenger and merchandise eleva tors. ' Ja$-32-D TO LET -SINGLE AND CONNECTING rooms In the Garrison buildings, cor. Wood and Water streets, and Third ave. and Wood street. Inquire at A. GARRISON FOUNDRY CO.. 10 and 12 Wood st, JalS-41 T 10 LET-NEW OFFICES; SPLENDID LIGHT. The Gennanla Savin zs Bank. 423 Wood St.. having, changed tbe Interior of Its building by adding 15 large, airy and well-llgbted offices, with all modern conveniences, elevator, etc., offer the same for rent at reasonable terms. Parties desir ing a fine location should apply at once at the BANK. de21-75-D Business Stands. T 0 LET-ROOM 25x60, WITH GOOD POWER. Inquire Z6ou 3JiALUJiA- ST., city. rel3-is T 10 LET-BUSINESS STAND-GOOD LOCA TION, inquire at 519 SUITHFL5LD ST. felJ-21 TO L E T RESTAURANT-FIRST-CLASS room and kitchen; No. 26 Ohio st., Alleghe ny. S. DRUM, 53 Ohio St., Allegheny. fel5-4 TO LET-FINE STOREROOM. 2S7 OHIO ST., Allegheny, with plate glass front: first-class business location: at present occupied as confec tionery. Apply to J. 11. AIKEN, 100 Fifth ave nue. fel4-S3-D TO LEI-SPACE, WITH STEAM POWER and heating: 2,000 square feet on each first and second floors: brick building, corner. West Diamond and Erie streets, Allegheny; splendid light and good office; would give long lease to good tenant. Apply on premises to JOHN S. BOYD. fel2-71-TWT TO LET-BRICK STORE, WITH DWELLING, No. 1805 Main St., Sharpsburg; containing storeroom, with shelving: 5 rooms, attic, hall, cellar, etc.: good place for drag store, grocery, etc. Inquire at SALLADE & DAVIS', No. 1001 Main St.. Sharpsburg, or GEO. KENNGOTr, Shaler twp, Etna P. O. felO-33-MWF TO LET-THE POPULAR HOTEL KNOWN as tbe White House, at Pesrysvlllc, on the Perrysvllle plankroad, with 21 acres of land, good orchard, bam, stablings, sheds; and also frame dwelling, with large garden Joining, and every thing in nrst-class order: long lease Is given to the right party. For further information rail or ad dress THEDANNER MEDICINE CO., 212Federal 6t.. Allegheny City. fe2-15 Special. rTW) LET-BUSINESS HOUSES AND DWELL JL INGSonthellne of Penna. ave. and Butler st. cable cars. SecM. P. HOWLEY, 3319 Butler st. fej-33 TO LEr-lN WASHINGTON. D. C, UURING the inauguration, a large building estimated to accommodate 750 men; heat, light and cots fur nished: organizations onlv need apply to GEO. C PAYNE & CO., opposite U. S. Treasury Dept. felS-53-uwF PERSONAL. PERSONAL-FINE BOOKS-PICTURESQUE America, Picturesque Europe, Picturesque Palestine, Art Treasures ot Germany and 30.000 more books In all departments of literature. LEVI'S BOOK STOKE, Seventh Ave. Hotel Building. fe3 PERSON AL-YOU WILL BE A LONGTIME dead, but a short time alive, so be up and make the best or It: see that vour wearing apparel always looks neat and tidy. DICKSON, the Tailor, of 65 Fifth avenue, corner Wood street, second floor, makes a specialty of line cleaning and repairing: give him a trial. Telephone 1558. a8 FOUND. J-IOUNU-THE TRUTH!-WE SUFFERED untold agonies! Dr. Griffith's Ta-va-zoti emedles cured nswhen all Other means failed, and they will cure you: try them: Mrs- G. C. Fink, Foxburg, Pa.; Mrs. Hannah John, 663 Forbes St.: Thos. Keefe. Mt. Washington: D. TV. James, B. k O. R. R.. city, and thousands of others: seeJ testimonials. GRIFFITH'S DRUG STORE, Third and Grant, Pittsburg; Ta-va-zon L. C. Srrup, the best for coughs, colds, etc. fel4-87 LOST. OST-A WHITE BULL DOG: ANSWERS TO the name of Daisy. A liberal reward If returned to 2a) ItlDUE AVE., Alley. City. fel5-82 PROPOSALS. ROPOSAL FOR LOCK GATE TIMBER-1 United States Engineer Office, Cincinnati, O.. Jauuary 10, itsw. aeaiea proposals, in dupli cate, for furnishing white oak timber for the gates of tbe ice-barbor lock, at Marietta, O., will be received at this office until noon, local time, on THURSDAY, the 21st day of February, 18S9. All information furnished on application. Tbe attention of bidders is Invited to tho Acts of Congress approved Feb. 28, 1SS5, and Feb. 23, 1S87. WM. E. MERRILL, Lieut, Col. of En gineers. ji23-l-23,24,25,26,fel5,16 HOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Office of Will H. Gbigos. City Clerk, ) East Liverpool, O., January 24, 18S9. ( NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT SEALED PROPOSALS will be received by tbe City Clerk of tbe City of East Liverpool, Ohio, at nis omce until a o'ciock. noon, or. the Second Day of Marcll L D, for improving Market street from the north side of Sixth street to the north side of Fifth street, by paving the same with nreclaypavlng Drick, according to tbe specifications now on tile at tbo office of John A. George, civil engi neer. The bids may be for either work or ma terial, or for both: if for both, each must be separately stated. . Each bid to be guaranteed according to law. Bidder to furnish samples of brick to be nsed. also to use the printed forms, which will be furnished on application. Tbe Council reserves the right to reject any or all bids. By order of Conncil. t f elilOO TVILLH. GRIG GS. City Clerk. D UNCAN C, WHITE, Building Contractor', 71 Diamond street, Second door above Smithfield, Pittsburg. Xeli-7-anvT AMUSEMENTS. Blim NEXT WEEK . ENGAGEMENT OF RUDOLPH ARONSON'S ORIGINAL NEW YORK CASINO COMIC OPERA COMPANY, ' Including all the favorites: Pauline Hall, Marie Jansen, Jennie TVeathersby, Francis Wilson, Charles Plunkett, George Olml, Harry MacDonougb, cto Monday, Tuesday, "Wednesday and Wednes day Matinee, "NADJY" riday. Saturday an Matinee, Thursday, Friday. Saturday and Saturday Matinee, "ERMINIE." Presented with elaborate scenery, costumes and appointments, augmented orchestra and a GRAND CHORUS OF CO VOICES. SCALE OF PRICES: Parquet and first four rows in Circle 3 1 50 Parquet Circle 1 00 Balcony SI, 75 aud 50 cents Gallery 25 cents Lower boxes 512 00 Upper boxes.. ........... ............ S 00 Advance Sale Seats now open. fell' pni im opera 'The Yifa" UIUllIU house. NEXT WEEK, THE GREAT SUCCESS OF THE LYCEUH THEATER, NEW YORK, Under direction of Mr. DANIEL KROHMAN. "THE WIFE." "THE WIFE." THE WIFE." THE WIFE." THE WIFE." THE WIFE." Belasco and Do Jlille's fa mous four-act comedy, in cluding an excellent cast, and all the scenery from the origi nal models, with great per fection of detail. Sale of seats opens at box office Thursday morning. fel3-59 GRAND OPERA HOUSE Every evening; Matinee Saturday. CORA. TANNER in Robert Buchanan's successful new play, FASCINATION. Week Feb. 18th the great Lyceum Theater success, "The Wife." feli TT ARRIS' THEATER Every afternoon and evening, "A BUNCH OF KEYS." Next week The Nelsons fell-10 TTARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY 1 To-night Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. HYDE'S BIG SPECIALTY COMPANY. . leIO-4 , B IJOU THEATER TO-NIGHT 'THE STILL ALARM." Next week The Casino Opera Co. fell CASINO MUSEUM Week of February 11: 1 be Gleeson Children, Bertha and Johnnie; Gen. C. R. Decker, Val Vino, Bessie Searla and others. Admission 10c Open from 10 a. sl to 10 p. 31. f ell-13 NATIONAL SWEDISH LADIES CON CERT at Old City Hall. Tuesday, February 19. Eieht Beautiful Young Ladles from the Royal Opera of Stockholm. Sweden. Reserved seats 75 and 0 cents, at KLEBER'S MUSIC BTORE. . fel3-S OFFICIAL PITTSBURG. Cttt Treasurer's Office, i Municipal Kail, Smithfield street. ( VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ALL .LY owners (whether residents or non-residents of the city of Pittsburg) of drays, carts, wagons, carriages, buggies, etc., must pay tbeir license at tbis office forthwith. All licenses not paid on or before first Monday in March, ISW, will be placed In the hands of police officers for collection, subject to a collection fee of 50 cents, and all persons neglecting to pay on or before first Monday In May, 1883, will be sub ject to a penalty double the amount of the license, to be recovered before the proper legal authorities ot said city. The old metal plate of last year must be returned at the time licenses are taken out, or 25 cents additional will bo charged on the license. Rates of license: Each one-horse vehicle, J6 00: each two-horse vehicle. $10 00: each four-horse vehicle, 312 CO: each four horse hack, J15 00: omnibus and timber wheels drawn by two horses, S10 00. One extra dollar will be charged for each additional horse used in above specified vehicles. J. F. DENNISTON, f eH-70-D City Treasurer. Department of Public Works, i PITTSBUEO. Pa., Feb. 14 1889. VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE IT report of Viewers on tbe damages caused by the grading of Linden street, from Penn avenue to tbe Pennsylvania Railroad, bas been, approved by Councils.which action will be final, unless an appeal is filed in the Court of Com mon Pleas within ten (10) davs from date. E.M.BIGELOW, Chief of Department of Public Works. lclf-10 Department of Public Works, ) Pittsburg, February M, 18S9. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE renorts of Viewers on the construction of sewers on Craig street, from Center avenue to Fifth avenue; Aiken avenue, from Fifth avenue to the Pennsylvania Railroad, and South Twenty fourth street, from Josephina street to the Monongahela river, have been ap proved by Councils, which action will be final, unless an appeal is filed in the Court of Com mon Pleas within ten (10) days from date. E.M. BIGELOW, Chief of Department of Public Works. fe44-40 . - T. OLET- ONLY THREE of the large rooms suitable? for office or general business purposes, in tbo new DISPATCH building on Dia mond street, now remain un rented. THOSE WHO WISH the most central sit uation, in the city, with the convenience! of passenger and freight elevator service, electric light and steam-heating, should' api ply at onco to the new DISPATCH BUDLDING, Nos. 75. 77 and 73 Diamond street. y OFFICES TO LET. Four or five offices on the fourth floor of tha Renshaw Bnilding will be let from April 1; rooms connecting or separate; good light, water, pas and elevator. Apply to JNO. A. RENSHAW, corner Liberty and Ninth streets. fe&8-D CABLE CARS Pass the door of a new 10-room brick house, all modern improvements, extra well built (not built for sale), on good part of Fifth avenue, Oakland, immediate possession. Removal of owner from tbe city u cause of sale. Terms part cash, balance at 5 per cent. fAMUEL W, BLACK 4 CO., 09 Fourth ave. f elS-73-TUFS FOR SALE! At a Sacrifice. The finest Corner Lot on tie Bonleyaril SIZE 67X23 TO A 50-FT. 'ALLEY. Must be sold at once. See REED B. COYLE A CO.. feli-CT 131 Fonrth avenne. SPECIAL SALE! A rare chance to secure a complete home. The property ot the late H. C. Dickinson, on corner of Locust andBidwell sts., Allegheny, is now offered; for a short time only. House has 10 rooms and all tnodern improvements. For full particulars and card of admission call on , . A. D. WILSON.- felS-7-wrs 55 Federal St., Allegheny. SEWICICLEY and other P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. dwellings and lots for sale and rent: low prices: send for list SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO., Established 1873. 99 Fourth avenne. feW-15-MWF ? k A 3 'i