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THE DIVINE WITNESS.
First Sermon Preached by KeT. T. J. Leak's Successor Yesterday, AX AUSPICIOUS COMMENCEMENT. Eeanlt of Pr. Fulton's llesearches on the Cause of Suicide. A FORMER CUSTOM OF FEUDAL LORDS Ker. James T. Satchell commenced his pastorate yesterday at the North Avenue M. E, Church, Allegheny. He is the successor of Rev. T. J. Leafc, who went to Harrisburg. His subject last night was "The Divine "Wit ness in Man." His reputation as a pulpit orator had preceded him Ironi Phila delphia, and Ions before services com menced there was not a vacant seat in the great auditorium. He said there was a something within every man that enabled him to distinguish be tween light and wrong, lie used a number of fitting illustrations to bring this out in mate rial matters, but he argued that conscience must be the primary guide. To illus trate how conscience itself must have a guide he said that a man could tell that a line was crooked If that were apparent, but if it ere only slight, a means of detecting the sanation must be found. The Bible must bo used as the microscope. Con-cience, he said, as a guide, but without a higher power it nould become loft. Conscience overcome once would be overcome again, without divine assistance, and man would find himself on a shoreless sea without rudder or helm and the polar star bidden by a cloud. HISTORY OF SUICIDE. Dr. Fulton Gives the Resnlts of Ills Re searches on the Subject. Rev. J. L. Fulton. D. D., gave a lecture rather than a sermon on "Suicide" last night in the Second PresDytcrian Church. Allegheny. The commencement nf suicide, he said, was un Lnon. The two motives that lead to it are the hope ol a better life be ond and to escape from present troubles. One of the ilrst places where it was taught was in the belief of the ancients that wlien a man died he went to another coun try and needed his wife and servants, winch in dureu them to commit suicide 10 join him. Jle cited the "suttee" in India, and said that the real meaning ot the word was "good woman," so called became she gave up life to join her husband. In the ninth century and as far up as the seventeenth it was a custom in Europo far feudal lords to commit suicide when their King died. The Buddhist religion taught suicide because it pictured union with deity as tho great attainment of hnman life. Even luanv of the deaths of the early Christians were s.niplv suicide. They gave up lire in the be lict that they would have a greater glory in the mxt world. The speaker made the statement that more single than married men end their own live. There is an increase in the number 1 ctween the ages of 10 ana 30, and a decrease Irom SO to 10. The greatest number of suicides is between the ages of 40 and GO, with a decrease in the next decade, an increase in the first half of the next, with a marked decrease from that to the clot-e. ith wmnen the increase culmi nates at the age of 23, w ith a decrease to SO, nnd the greatest number r them commit sul tide at or near the age of 35. Few women kill ,- themselves so as to disfigure their bodies. People no longer kill themselves in the hnpa of a better life. It is all done now to escape the ills oT this one. Thn docto. blamed 7 per cent nf the suicides on alcohol, and then said literature was responsible for many, especially the works of John Donne, Locke, Hume, Goethe and the classics and such books as the "borrows of Werther." He believed there was no Lope for one who commits self-murder. The on j law in the country against suicide is one in New York State, which imposes a fine of 1,000 and two years' imprisonment for anyone who attempts suicide. In speaking of whether suicide was ever justifiable he told a story of Dr. Johnson, who was asked whether if a man had been guilty of crime and knew he would be found out, it would not be better for him to commit suicide The reply was; "Let him go where he is not known instead of to the devil, where he is well known." THE BEAL JESTJS. Subject of Rev. Dr. J. G. Townsend's Easter Morning Serinon. In his Easter morning sermon yesterday Rev. J. G. Townsend, D. D.. spoke on "The Real JesuV saying, during the course of his re marks: "On this Easter day 10,000 pulpits will pro claim Jesus God. Millions of people will sing His praise. Yet I affirm that there is no one so little known as He. He is seen through the thick clonds of tradition. His beauty is dimmed by the false colors put on the picture. Who Jesus really was we must discover in the three first gospels the Sjnnptics, lrom a Greek word, 'seeing together.' Outside of these, in Suetonius. Tacit .s, Livy, Josephus. or the Talmud, there is actually nothing. Paul knew not Jesus, and John's Gospel differs so much from the synoptics that it must bs set aside. In the Synoptics Jesus made no claim to be tiod. This theory was not held in the early church, but grew gradually, until it was finally fnrmulated in the Council ot Nice, 325 A. D. The Oriental imagery which Jesus used was poinded into dogmas ocean-wide of its original meaning. 'Jesus was born, not in Bethlehem, but in Nazireth, ot Hebrew parents, in bumble life. He had that gift which, for want of a better name, we call genius. Why some one in a fam ily inherits the moral and intellectual force of tile family: why some one inherits the moral and mental force of the nation, who can tell? Win the American g-mus blossomed in Abra ham Lincoln, or the Hebrew in Jesus, who can tclir "A might' incubation was going on in Jndea IB1 j ears ago. Outnf the loins of the ethical and spiritual elci .cut canie Jlsu. As the re naissance produced Shakespeare, the spiritual rerat-sance produced Jesus. His birth wasas ratural as the bursting of a hud in spring-time. His eloquence his humanity, his purity, his vision made him the Copernicus of religion. In him was embalmed the conscience of bis people. He never SAid he was God, but that be was con scious of God he kiew. He has made the world richer in kindness, goodness and spiritual truth." Died on Jlcr AV.iy to ClmrcU. Mrs. Ellen Ennght, aged CO years, dropped dead on Penn avenue, in front of if o. 2921, at 6:15 o'clock yesterday morning, on her way to church. A doctor was called, but it was too laic. Death was probably caused by heart dis ease. "1 he deceased lived on Mulberry alley, near Twmty-rigbth street. The Coroner was notified and will Investigate the case to-day. Explaining ll hy There Is Less Deafness. A perceptible decrease in deafness has been ponced of late, wh'ch is parti) accounted for by those n position to know to the more gen eral use ot artificial means, now perfected to a 0cgreo hitherto considered impossible. A very rwrplcte dexiceof this kind was invented in Bridgeport, Conn., a few years ago by H. A. Wal"S, which, being placed inside of the ear, is worn with a secret ueilght by many whoso deaf ness la thus never suspected. Are You Going; to Move? Don't bother with tne baking during these hustling, moving and house cleaning days. The work that you actually have to h is enough strain on your constitution. Uke Marvin's famous bread and crackers. You can get them fresh from your grocer and cannot fail to be delighted with them. 3IWS Good People Brighten and Beautify Tour Homes. Ynu will find many helpful suggestions in Jog. Home & Co.'s "ad" on the second page of this paper. Read it. For the crip take Dr. O'Keefe's cold or caUrrh pills. Dr. O'Kcefe & Co., homeo pathic druggists, 708 Smithfield street. Jnst Imported. A magnificent assortment of Doulton, Worcester, Crown Derby and Dresden just imported by W. V. Wattles, of 30 and 32 Fifth avenue. He has some most lovely new vases, bolh Luge and small. Notice his window displays and see his special Easter display. D Toucan find your friends' new addresses in the removal column on the third page of to-davs Dispatch. jiwf Ikon CiTT beer pleases everybody by its fine flavor and pleasant effect. Dealers all handle it. Householders, Notice. Bead Jos. Home & Co.'s "ad" in this paper and profit by responding to the invita tion therein contained. 3-Display advertisement one dollar per square for one insertion. Classified advertise ments on this page, such as Wanted, Tor Sale, To Ict, etc. ten cents per line for each inser tion, and none taken or less than thirty cents. Top line bnnp displayed counts as two. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BUSINESS OFFICE, Cor. Smithfield and Diamond Streets, ALWAYS OPEN. KRANCn OFFICES AS FOLLOWS. WIIER1S WANT. fOK SALR, TO LET. ANO OnlF-It TRANSIENT ADVEKIISEMENTS WILL JSK 1S1.CK1VKD UP TO 9 P. M. FOR INSERTION. Advertisements should be prepaid unless adver tisers already have accounts with The Pisp itch. FOR THE bOOTIISIDE. NO. HIS CARSON STREET. TELEPHONE lO. E2. FOR THE EAbT END, J. W. WALLACE, 6121 PENN AVE. PIITSBUKG-ADDITIONAL. THOMAS ilcCAFKKEY 3309 Butler street. EM1LG. blUCKKY. 24th trct and Pennave, ALLEGHENY. A. J. KAF.RCHF.lt. M Fcdsral street. It. J. McBUIDK, Market House. Allesncnv. F. II. EGGhRSjA hON. Ohio and Cbestnntsts. 1 IIOMAb itcHEN RY, W cstern and Irwin aves. G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Reaver axes. PERRV M. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves. WANTED. Halo HcU. BARBERS-TWO FIRST-GLASS BAItBERS: single men preferred: rood wages, steady work. Call at A. EllLlb 4 CO.'S. 502 Llbertr u mh-n 13 ARI!i:it-A UOODMAN AT PHILIP ZIFG'S, 137 01iIost., Allegheny mhTO-17 BOILF RMAKFKS TANK 11 U I L 1) F. K S. caulkers: stcidy employment to pood me chanics. Applv to ATLANTIC RKFININ COM PANY, Point Ureere, Philadelphia. mliiS-G -OY-GOOI BOY TO LEARN THE BARUKP. Xi trade. Applj at as 1RW IX AV., near Jack son St., Allegheny. inli3ti-ll ELEVATOR CAKPEM'EKS A NO 1 FKA.M ERS; no house carpenters wanted. Apply Iron CIn Elevator, nearUaquesnelncllne, South side. JAs. SIEWARTicO., Contractors. mh-10 MAN-AN ACTIVE MAN; SALARY TO begin ?70 to 0 monthly, to represent In his own State outside large cities a responsible New York bouse- references. MANUFACTURER, Lock Box IMS. N. V. ell-13G-l MAN-IO SELL LINE OF ClGAKS'tlOO PER month and expenses p-ilo. Address, with stamp, NATIONAL CIGAR COMPANY, SL Louis, Mo. lllh2S-100 MEV-THO GOOD MEN FOR SPECIAL detective work, experience not necessary; must furnish nnexceptlonal reference as to rharacter. Address LOCK BOX 377, Pittsburg P O. mli3-J0 SALESME.N-ON SALARY OR COMMISSION toliandletheNen Patent Chemical Ink Erasing Pencil; the greatest selling noelty erer pro dnetd: erases Ink thoroughly In two seconds: no abraslonof paper: 300 to jo per cent profit; one agent's sales amounted to$Q0 in six days; another J.C In two hours: we want one energetic general agent for each State and lerrltorr; sample by malt 35 cents. For terms and full particulars, address Til 13 MONROE ERASER lll'li. C ., Lacrosse, s. is. mb".S-i3 s ALESMAN-OF NEAT APPEARANCE AND good addrtss accustomed to ontslde trade: permanent nosltlon. excellent opportunity for right man. references required P. HOLLAND, Si Water St., room 2. mliS-72 EV1RAL. GOOD METAL POLISHERS ON steel (bicycle) work; stead) cinnlorraent and good wages guaranteed : none but flnst-clabS work men need apply. LOZ1ER A YOST BIC1 CLE Mr Q. C., Central av.. Toledo, O. mh"5-83 -TrOUNG MAN-IO TAKE CARE OF HORSE J and work abont a grocery: mast reside in Allegheny: none but a willing worker need applv. 14 1UAMON D. Pittsburg. mh3C-33 Agents. AGENTS-TO SELL AND EVERYBODY TO uscDr.O'Keefe's25cent pills; good as gold; Dr O'Keefe's liver pills, culd or catarrh pills, cough pills, dlarrhcet pills, dyspepsia pills, rhuc matism pills, headache pills. sln eruption pills worm pills, kidne) pills. leucorrhcea pills, btrk aclie pill., eye pills, teething pills, asthma pills, crnnp pills, sore 'hront pills, nerve pills, nervous debility pills, whooping cough pills, uon-cathirtlc pills, malaria pills, piles pills, price, ;s cents; large bottles. (1. DR. O'KEEFE A CO.. Homeo pathic Druggists, 70s Smithfield St., Pittsburg Pa. inbSO-U AGENTS-FOR S1IER5I AN BOOK, LIVE MEN and women in everr town and cltv: act at once: big pay: terms free, or send 35 cents Tor out fit. E. UATELY & CO., S5 Federal st. Alle gheny. Pa, mh29-ll Female Help. COOK-A GOOD FEMALE COOK-APPLY AT SHANLRS RESTAURANT, 122 Dlllnond Market, Pittsburg. mhJ9-16t LADV-AN EDUCATED LAD1 WITH energy and perseverance to devote 7 hours per dtv to learn our business and have, a perman ent situation: very young persons need not applv: Mondny afternoon at the MANAGER'S OFFlCb. Room IS, S seventh av. rah33-4U -VTURSEG1RL-TO TAKE CARE OF SMALL ls child: a good girl will have a good home. Apply 2IS CHART1ERS ST., Allegheny. inn20-M Malo and Feniaie Help. HOUSEKEEPEK. LAUNDRESS. CHAMBER MAIDS, cooks, nurses, dining room girls, 2O0 house girls, fire colored girls, one plumber, boy to learu tinsmith. drlcrs. waiters, farm lianas. MRS. E. UHOMPSON, COS Grant st. inh-l-Sl-D MALE COOK WAITERS, GARDENERS, farm hands, errand boy. teamsters, cooks, house girls, chambermaids, fining-room girls dish washers. Hundreds, nurse girl, ladt'sinald, hotel tooks, second cook. MEEIIA.V'S. 515 Grant st. mh30-D Situations. BOOKKEEPING-I ATTEM) TO AN YTHING In the line or intricate accounting, such as opening and closing of books or correction of errors: also give Instruction in the u-u ol the oucher system. A. F. SAWUILL. 167 Federal St.. Allegheny. I'a. d(6-54-D 150S11ION ll ADRUGCLERK REGISTERED is manager: a good position: gnod references. Addrtss SOUP BARK, box 115. Klalrsrille. Pi. mh29-17s Rn UATION BY RFGISTERED DRUG CLEHK. II years' experience. Address DRUGS, 97 West Maiden St.. Washington, Pa. inh29-i;3 Boarders nnd Lodgers. OCCUPANTS-FOR FURNISHED OR UN J UKMsIlED connecting rooms on parlor floor; rtfLnnee. required. 32 AKCII ST.. Alle gheny. mh29-10S OCC I PAN IS -FOR WELL FURNISHED front room. COUNT!: OF soUIll HIGH LAND AND WALNU1 STS., EastKnd. mli2!,2 Financial. ATERSON WITH CAPITAL-TO INVEST from fi.000 to $10.01)0 In a manufacturing business: no risk; large profits. Address MO NOPOLY, Box 6S2, Pittsburg, Pa. inh2M(S MONEY lO LOAN ON CI1). SUBURBAN and farm properties: stocks, echool and municipal uonds, as well as other f-ccurltles. negotiated. ED. W misll. 410 Grant St.. Pitts bar. Pa. fcH-2i-D MORlGAGF.S-t5.IC0 IX) LOAN IN SMALL amounts, (vo. fo00 and S600: siaooo to Hun in sums or f 1,000: -.M.UOcJ In suras of fi, 000 to 5,000, or in one mortg-tge If satisfactory, expenses light; monev can be hid without dcljy. s. J. FLKM 1N G.l CO.. 152 1 1 fth av. mhM-8t MORTGAGES ON CITY OR ALLEGHENY county property at lowest rates. HENRI' A. WEAVER CO.. S2 Fourth avenue. mb-'-D TO lNVE3T-f5,000TO 10,000 IN A PROFITA BLE business. Onlv those that will bear strict investigation need answer to CASH. Dis patch office. mh2tf-59 TO LOAN 500.10. IN AMOUNTS OF 3,000 and upward, on city and suburban property, on 5 per cent: also smaller amounts at b per cent. BLACK A ISA1RD, tt lourth avenue. se2I-dJ6-D T 10 LOAN 1200,000 ON MORTGAGES 100 and onward at C rer cent: tSOO. COO at 4k ner cent on residences or business property, vacant jots unarms. ?. n. xur.rv;ij, m jiourtn ave. Miscellaneous. ALLTO USF.JONF-S' BEDBUGPAKALYZE't .lones' Magic Roaeh Powder: contains no poison: roaches banished oy contract; satisfac tion given or no pay. Prepared by GFO. W. JONES. 222 Federal su, Allegheny, Pa. Sold by all first-class druggists. Residence No. 80 Mon teryst. lyll-42-siWF EVF.RlfBOUl TO KNOW THE SCHOOL OF Design nnd Dress Cutting w 111 remove to No. 951 PENN AV., April 1, from 616 PENN AV. mh28-57 T71VERYONE TO KNOW THAT THEY CAN Xll get their sewing machine rcp-iired In first class order: all work warranted at the lowest prices: genuine needles and attachments for all mlesat ll.CARIklt'S, Sewlur Machine Bazaar, 19 sixth st., two doors below Bijou '1 heater. Ja22-MWT FOR SALK EUFKOVKD REAI, ESTATE. City Itesidences. FOR SALE VERY NEAT BRICK DOUSE forJZOOii; Grooms, bath, range, hot and cold water, natural gst; payments made to suit (can be paid In monthly Installments, ir desired): Ho. 1320 Virginia av.; for sale on account ot removal or owner. W. A. ULRItON jt SUNS. No. 80 Fourth av. mli28-67-D HOUSE-BLnFF ST.. NEAR COLLEGE, FOR sale or to let-new brick huse eight rooms, bathroom: all late Improvements. ROBT. COW ARD, M Bluff St., near College. inh2S-9 VALUABLE PROPERTY ON CARSON ST. No. 1010. Southslde, city, at Orphans' Court tale on Monday. April 13. at 2 o'clock, on the ? remises. Particulars rrom JAS. R. BELL, rustee, orJAs. W. DRAPK& CO., Agents and Auctioneers, 313 Wood St., Pittsburg. mh28-53-D' CO 300-LOMBAKD ST., NEAR KIF1HAV. C505 Market House; a nice brick dwelling or tix rooms, hall, etc.: Iot22xl!0: easy terms and Im mediate possession. UtOItUE SCHMIDT, 157 Fourth v. BihSO-W THE TOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE. City Residences AN ELFGANT PKOPFRTY-IN THE THIR TIETH and Ihlrtv-flrst wards, southslde: improvements are a double three-story brick house of 13 rooms, hall and all modern conven iences; good cellar: Remolds heiler, etc: stone prlng house, frame carriage house, stable and tenant house; four net cr-1'alllng springs of ex cellent water, also five hydrants supplied by Mon ongaheta W ater Company; over 14 acris ground, soil rich; orchard of six or eight acres, choice fruits, shade and ornamental trees: the location is one ofrare beauty, commanding a magnificent and plctnresqne view of both cities, the Monon gahela Valley and down the Ohio river for several miles; easy of access, within three minutes of Castle Shannon Incline, five minutes or FlcrentU street inelin- and only 20 minutes from Pittsburg postolHce. offering many Inducements and a bar gain to parties who wish to buv for subdivision. Apply to GEORGET. ROBINbUN, Robinson. Re Mrg. Co.. 53 Carson st , or 1. M. PEN NOCK SON, H7Fourthav. mh21-42-MWS East End Residences. HANDSOME. SUBSTANTIA! ROOMY house, with very large lot: beautifully situ ated on high ground; convenient to electric lines; his recep. hall, parlor, dining room, large kitchen and pantry downstairs: four large bed rooms and bath on second floor and finished attic; house papered throughout; slate mantels: elec tric lights with swlteh attachments; front and hack stairs: two large porches: laundry; good, dry cellar; If you are looking for a good, eo.n fortable home, with large grounds and yet right In the heart of the city, with all Its conveniences here is a place that is worth looking up. and you can buy It vcrv cheap. See s. A. D1CME JL CO.. Penn and Shady avs.. E. E. mh28-27-D' HOUSE FOR SALE OR KENT-IMMEDIATE possession: an elegant new house of 12 rooms, all modern requirements, beautiful con servatory adjoining reception hall, ample porches and balconies and large lot; sheltered, southeast exposure, coinmiudlng finest view of East Liberty Valley. CHAS. SHIELDS, Dith ridge St., near Center av., or County Engineers' office. mh26-49 LESS THAN VALUE OF GROUND; KIOIIT In thcclty on nice Dived street: di'i feet front by 1.2 deep tonlleytslude trees and liwn:ex cellent brick house: six rooms, vestibule, hill, finished attic, cemented cellar, eotpl surround ings, growing locality, eontcnlcht to cable; owner leaving city and Instructs sale to be midc to first actual buyer; price asked. 5, 500; a bar gain: surplus ground may be proGtably utllircd bv the erection ortwo Iront and four rear build ings. Open to lnsnection on Mondar. S"tli. CHARLI.S SOMERS & CO. mh.S-23' VflCE DWELLING AND CORNER LOT-IN l the Last r ml; Park av. and W'tnslow st. ; nlneronns, bath, w. c, natural gas, electric bells and other modern appliances, all in fine order: cemented cellar and perfectly dry: corner lot.lJx 119 fret to an alley: to be sold at public sale Tues day afternoon, March 31, at 2 o'clock, on the premises. Terms, etc., from J AMES W. DRAPE A Co.. Agents and Auctioneers, 313 Wood St.. Pittsburg. mh26-73-D PROFITABLE AN ELEGANT EAST END property comprising an intlre square, front ing on three choice streets and extending to allev; a beautiful plot of level ground, all In lruit, shade and vines; commodious and complete house of 12 rooms, supplied with even convenience: large stable, poultry house, etc.: one square of Duqnesue electric cars; a property that will sup ply every requisite of a suburban home: an In vestment that will yield handsome piollts now, or a great income in the future: well worthy of at tention at price named, $20,COO; terms tn suit pur chaser; If not sold previous to April 15 will rent to acceptable ttnaut: call on us for cird of Intro duction to owner. CHARLES SOMERS A CO. mhJ9-24' QQ 500 EACH LLS WORTH AV., NEAR ptjl O'Harist., tw o two-story brick awellings ot six rooms, etc.; Iots20vloo each: will sell both for&5u0. (a 50.) BLACK BA1RD, !) Fourth avenue. mh30-15 Hardwood Residences. HAZELWOOD-2-SIORY 1 KA.ME DWEI L 1NG of 7 rooms bath, hill, laundry, hard wood finish, newly piperea and painted. nal. gas, h. and c water. Inside w. c. sewered, ete. : lot 80x120 feet; 2 minutes' walk fro-ii Hazeli-ood sta tion and Second Avenue Elcetric Railway: price, 0,800: terms reasonable. 1RAM. LUltCHlIELD, li Fourth ay. ialS-30 Allegheny Residences. NICE BRICK DWELLING OF EIGHT rooms and replete throughout with all mod ern appllaiucs: msr to the pirks. market and electric cars, Allegheny; immediate possession to a prompt purchaser. JAS. W. DKAl'F i, CO., 313 W ood St.. Piltsbnrg. mh2j-u3-P FOR SALE LOTS. CItr Lots. FOR SALE-CHEAP, 430: LOT 20X100 FEET, on Wandless St.. near Wvlle av. (and tnc tion line). Thlrtieuth ward; only a few minutes from ood st. (107L) See W. A. HLRliON SONS. 80 Fourth av. mh25-96-ltWF' East End Lots. TJKUSHTON LOTS CHEAP-WE HAVE TWO on one of the best streets of this borough 40x 137 each at special price much below value; owner needs the cash. SeeS. A. DICKIE & CO., Penn and shady avs.. E. E. mh2S-27-D FAHNESTOCK PLACE LOTS AT HoME WOOD: cheapest and bet In East End. LIGGETTBKOS.. 71 Diamond st. mh29-8G F AllNFsTOCK PLACE LOIS. LH.GrTT BROS., 71 Diamond st. mh29-SS FOKSALE-CHEP, 12 PER FOOT-FRONT tor lot 220x125 rect to an alley 20 feet wide, on Euclid, near and below Stanton av.; one ot the most desirable and rapidly growing sections of the East End. (100). . A. IlbRRON H SONS, 80 Fourth ay. mh2S-9-D FORSALK-MARGAKETTA, NR. N. H1LAM) av.. lot 50x111 ft ; J.5U0. (105). W. A. HEK KON i SONS. 80 Fourth av. :iiliI0-80-2l.25, 20 IIKLE LOIS 120x140 STREET PAVFD. sewered and sldewalked; all complete, right In the cenierofEast End: will sell cheap. Terms etc., from HOWARD BROWN, 151 fourth tv. mh !0-16-MWTh QJ 300 S. HIGHLAND AV., CORNER ARA- 5-S BELLA st : lot 40x197. (a200.) BLACK A BA1KD. 95 Fourth av. m'lJO-lo' Suburban Z-ots. FINE LARGE LOT-C0VI24 FEET-ON SOUTH si., W llkinsburg: convenient to railroad sta tion: one of the best streets in the place: teeral fruit trees on the lot. JAS. . DRAPE & CO., 313 W ood st.. Pittsburg. mh28-53-D . SUBURBAN PROPERTY IHE LARGEST lots, the lowest prices and the easiest and best terms in the count) at Sheraden, 15 minutes from Union station; sec Sheraden before tou buy else where. ANDREW PA1TLRSON, Secretary. 1.7 Fifth av. fci7-72-D Fnnm. FARM-75 ACRES OF EXCELLENT LAND, level and rolling, coil vein nine feet thick, two orchards good rramc house nine rooms and large barn; one-half mile from station and river, near Pittsburg. ED WllTiSH. 410 Grant St. mhii-u Atlantic City. ATLANTIC CITY'. N. J.-RENT OR SALE Hotels cottages and iiath houses; lots for sale in all parts of the city: also South AtHntlc City. ISRAEL G. ADAMS i. CO., Real Estate Agents. licil Estate and Law Bul'dtur. feC-!W FOR SAMSBUSINESS. Business Opportunities. CLOTHING AND GEN'lS' FURNISHING goods store in Beaver Falls Pa.: best cloth ing -tand In the town: will sell or rent building to bujer; at present dolnc a yearly business of be tween 25,000 and $.10,000; owner having other business cause for selling. Address 1L MoY'ER, Beater Falls Pa. inhl-I3 COMMISSION BUSINESS-WHICH IS NOW piylng the owner 5.100 per annum. and which is Increasing, will be sold: owner wishes toihange climate. Address BUSINESS, Dispatch offlce. uhaMn-Mwr KLsTAURANT-FINELY LOCATED. 1.800: butchei shop. planing mill and lumberyard, with annual business of 15tceo, on tasv ttrins; shoestorc, tlushop. grocery stores 500 to 5,000: bakeries, rigar stores, drug stores, milk denots slIht'AKD i. CO.. 151 Fourth av. fe25- -rUUTF. !2 PROFIT: MORNING PAPER Jl route. For information address ROUTE, Dispatch office. mh.3-117 SALOON-ONE OF THE BEST EQUIPPED and finest saloons In the stitc: centrally to cited; terms leisouaole. Call on or address THE BKUNSWIUv. Canton. O. toliSO-H" SALOON AND RESTAURANT-IK NEWARK. O. Centrally located cltyofl,5o-jlnhibltants. sJallon or address NO. 30 SOUTH SECOND ST.. Newark. O. inhjO-1 "5 OOO ACRES OF PITTSBURG COAL-ON river and railroad: will be sold in blocks of 750 to 1. 000 acres If desired splendid investment. Particulars from JAS. f. DRAPE & Co.. 313 Wood st , Pittsburg. mh2S-53-n Business Properties. FORSALEOKRENT-THELORETTOHOU8E, (temperance), Loretto, Cambria co., Penna., about 4 miles from Cres-on Springs and a popu lar summer resort; St. Atn)slus Academy and St. Francis College adjoining the town: also a large storeroom, 24xG0, aud dwelling attached adjoining the hotel property. Address M. F. McDON A LD, Agt., Loretto, Penna. mh:4-7 FOR SALE-BUSINESS PROPERTY, NO. 497 Firth avenue (nr. Van liraim St.), a good new building consisting of store. 8 dwelling rooms and stable. (75) see W. A. HERRON & SONS, 8J Fourth ave. mh21.63-26.3D FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. Machinery aud Metals. AUTOMATIC HOISTING ENGINES WORK pcrlcctly right nnd left, with single or double drum: second-hand boilers and engines aleo on hand: general machine wore promptly executed: correspondence solicited. COMBINA TION ENGINE CO., LIM., 3140 Pennave., Pitts burg. delO-66-MWS' B I CYCLES-WARWICK. SAFETY. 35; Lovcll's Diamond, safety, 70; Columbia, safety, 85; Victor, safety. 75: Giant, safety. 05; Broncho, safety, (100, the above are bargains. every one or them. J. B. KaERCHER. 440 and 442 w ood st. mlii8-2P HOISTING ENGINES. DERRICKS AND derrick forgiugs steel hoisting and guy ropes in stock: stationary engines and boilers, shears clay and ore pans etc. THOMAS CAR LIN'S SONS, LacuckauC Sandusky streets Alle gheny. Pa. auS-35-jtwr M' OVING MACHINERY A SPECIALTY . Russell Machine Co.. Ltd.. dealers In new and second-hand engines and boilers shafting. Hangings puueys, Drickinakersaua wood work ing machinery; one 25-11. P. holler aud engine, ean be seen running; must be sold before April 1. 112 WOOD sr., Pittsburg, Pa. Machinery sold on commission, mb.26-90 PITTSBURG DISPATCH, FOR SALE-MISCEIXAIfEOUS. rr- Machinery nnd Metals. SECOND-HAND KKGINE AND BOILERS Ouc 14x24. two 12x18, one 11x24, one 10x20, one 10x10. 9x12, 8X12 and large lot or smaller sizes: 10-11. P. mounted portables, one pilr of boilers 42x20: agent lor the Standard governor, pumps, slutting, pulleys etc 23and25 Park Way. Alle gheny. Pa. J. S. YOUNG. Ie6-D SECOND-HAND ENGINES-ONE 27 II. P. Ball pat. electric light engine, almost new; one 8XS, one 7x7, one 5x5 vertical engines: one heavy 14x24. one 11x12, S 8x12 and27xl2. in hori zontal engines: alt good as new. HARM ES MA CHINE DEPOT, SSMrstav.. Pittsburg, Pa. JaO-n mHE CELEBRATED ACME AUTOMATIC Jl safety engines and non-explosive boilers lor gas or oil fuel, from one to five-horse power: also, the latest fmproed ventilating fans: perfict tatisfaction guarantied: by J. PRAGER, Gen eral Agent, No. 4 Firth av., Pittsburg, Pi. Iel5-1B5-MWF rilHEPORTERi DOUTHEir CO.. L1M..DAR JL RAGII St. and River ay.. Allegl-env, Pa., engines boilers and castlnx. Repairing prompt ly attended to. JaS-io Horses. Vehicles, Llvo Stock, Etc T AY HORSE - EIGHT YEARS OLD. SET harness, eoar.h-tnn wairon. nearly new: will be sold cheap, separately or in all. P. W ALl 618 Preble av., Allegheny. mbS-M MW' DELIVERY WAGONS-DELIVERY WAGONS allsUles: ourown miLe. WM. BLCKEltl. 840 to 344 Ohio stiect, Allegheny. Telephone, 3420, Jcll-76-MWS' MARE CHEAP, BROWN MARE KATIE C, 154 h inds high, record 2:31; warranted sound aud kind: also shlc-hir top bugg and har ness, nearly new; will sell separate or togt ther.as owner has no use for them. Call REAR ARLING TON HOTEL, Thlrtv-flrst st. and Penn nv. nih29-12G Miscellaneous. 1X SIEMAN-LUNKRKN GAS LAMPS-TWO 5 heating stotcs. Address 010 PENN AV. in 1120-53 TO LET. CIti Residences. -(ITY DWELLINGS-FIVE .MINUTES' WALK ' rrom Court House, nine-room hrick house, with all the modern conveniences: good location for roomers; only 1107 per mo. llAXlI.lt, THOMPSON Jl CO., 102 Fourth av. mhil-157t TO LET-NO. 58 CENTER AV. - LOCATION very central and dcslrable;a good brick house, nine rooms, modern Improvements. In per month. Send lor list. W. A. HERRON .t SONS, 80 Fourth av. mli27-81-Mt TO LET-16 PEK MONTH; BRICK HOUSE, 8 rooms, modern conveniences: No. 1C0 Ply mouth St.: location hcalthrul and desirable: send for list. W. A. HERRON & SONS, No.iJI Fourth avenue. mli28-7-Dt TO LET-13 PER MO.: 4 NICE ROOMS ON Jane, neir 27th St., Southslde: send forllst. W. A. HERRON SONS, SO Fourth av. inh2S-67-nt COQ CRAWFORD ST. THREE NEW ELE 0205 GAN1 brlcl. dwellings seven rooms both gases, inside w. c.: nicely palntid and fin ished; immediate possession: no water rent. WM. rETTY & CO., 107 Fourth av. mh29-lSt T 30-ONLY bVEN MINUTES FROM I P. O.. line two-story mnnsird ones. uweiung, nine rooms, with .in moacrn conve niences: good location lor roomers. BAXI ER, THOMPSON & CO.. KB Fourth av mh29-157t East End Itesidences. HERRON AV-NEARWYL1E AV. CABLE cars: good frame house of 8 rooms, porches rront and rear, good stable, etc.: lot CuxlW; rent SI0O: possession March 20, 1S91. Sec THOMAS SlcCAFFREl, Wi Butler st. fc22-8G-MWst 15ENN A V. REsIDKNCE, TWO-SIOKY AND attic, briek. 12 rooms and reception halt; every convenience: large lot: only 41 07 per month: the lowest rent In 1 ast End. BAXIHt, THOMPSON & CO., 102 Fourth av. nih-157t TO LET-TO PARTY WITH A SMALL FAM ILY, who will room and boird two persons; a furnished house 8 looms on Walnut St., East Fnd: rent low to the right pirty. see W. A. HERRON' Jt SONS, 80 Fourth av. mh2S-67-Dt TO LET-5I8-NPAT HOUSE, 7 ROOMS, ON Park, near Frankstown av., In midst of East End. Send lor Hsu W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth av. mh28-07-Dt TO LET-I8 PER MONTH; NO. 217 MEYRAN av., Oakland: 6 rooms (street paved): send for list. W . A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth av. mh28-07-Dt CQfi PEIt MONTH-SIIAD1SIDF, NEAR OOW Fifth av., 2-story mansard brick dwell ing 8 rooms, hall, vestibule, bath. Inside w. c, ood vard; this rent Is very low for the property. AXTER, THOMPSON ft CO., 182 Fourth av. mh20-I57t Q-l Q ROUP ST.. NEAR WALNUT-BRICK Oi-O house or 10 rooms Inquire of THOS. HACKETT, Chamber of Commerce, or on prem ises. mh5-!)5-MTht Allegheny Residences. TO LET-!8 PER MO. A NEAT BRICK house. 5 rooms, in good order. No. 179 Bld well, near Franklin st.. Abeghenv. Pena lor list. W. A. HERRON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth av. mh2S-67-bt Suburban Residences. HOUSE OF SIX ROOMS-HALL. POHCHFS. natural gas. large lot with fruit and fine witer: quiteclosetoNorthMansfieldstatlon. Pan handle Railroad: low rent. JAS. W. DRaPE A CO.. 313 W ood St., Pittsburg. mh28-53-Dt T7TLDWOOD STATION. A. V. R. R.. ONE ? mile from cltv line 1 house 9 rooms,i5 per month:: bouses 5 rooms, 8 per mouth; 1 house 5 rooms, 6 per mouth: t house 9 rooms, 20 per month: farm 75 acres, is per month: good board walk from station to each house, natural gas and spring water. T. S. KNAP, 3313 Peun av. mhl2-19t Ttooms. EOOJI-LARGE FRONT AND MEDIUM-SIZED back room. lurnished or unrurnisned: both gases and use of bath. 51 EAST DIAMON D. Alle gheny. mh29-171t Offices. Desk Koom, Etc OFFICES-IN IRISH. PENN, EISNER. EX CELSIOR, Schinertz, Kuhn and other build ings and in other good localities: send us your name and address and we will mail you our rent list regularly until Aprlll free of charge. BLACK JL BA1HD, 95 Fourth av. Ja8 03t OFFICES TWO OFFICES. FIRST FLOOR, centrally located on Penn av,. suitable for physician or broker: very low rent: telephone privilege. Address P. L. 8., Dispatch office. mli29-IC3t OFFICES AND ROOMS IN UNIVERSITY' Building for office or business purposes. Call or address UNIVKRSUY BUILDING. Dia mond aud Ross sts. mb29-15t OFFICE-LARGE OfnOE ON FIRST FLOOR Shannon building. 108 Fourth av.. now occu pied bv F. Finswaltc, broker; also other offices, singly or eu suite. mh21-47t OFFICES -DESIRABLE OFFICES IN THE Safe Deposit Company Building. Apply at the OFFICE OF THE COMPANY, Fourth av. inhl2-30-nt Business Stands. E L1GANT STOREKOOM WITH PLATE glass front. 287 Ohio st. ; good burdncss loei- tlou. A'jply to J. II. AIKEN CO., 100 i lull av. mu.i-.u-PT 171 fill AY. WAREHOUSE, 30 FEET FRONT: ? occupied for 20 vcars as feed store; good chance to get into an established business; 37 50 per month. 11AXTER, THOMPSON ft CO., lonrthav. n-.h29-I57t I7UF11I AV. S1ORLR00M-PLATE GLASS ? front; new building; desirable location for grocery: very low rent. BAXTER, THOMPSON ft CO., 102 Fourth ay. mb29-157t FLOOR !0v40, WITH OR WITHOUT POWER, suitable for light manufacturing. Inquire of PEARL LAUNDRY, 25 Federal st., Pittsburg. mht3-4.lt -VTTCE FIVE-ROOM DWELLING-FEDERAL L st. extension: store and dwelling. Chestnut St.. Alleghtny; six-room duelling, Sedgwick st. Inquire or J. is.. McKLL, 708 l'eua av., room ML !i7-64-MWST STORES AND BUSINESS ROOMS IN ALL parts of the two cities and suburbs; send your name and address and wc will mail you our rent list regularly until April 1, Iree of charge. BL.ACK ft 11A1RD. 05 i onrth .iv. de7-2ut TO LET-bTORFROOM-HANDSOME, NEW plate glass front: cemented cellar; 000 per year; the only storeroom not rented in the Ster rett Building. Ohio and West Diamond sts., Alle gheny; send forllsL W. A. HEitKON ft SONS, 80 Fourth av. inh29 82-Dt STORE AND DWELLING NO. 468 FIFTH av.: cheap to a good tenant. J. B. KAER CHER, 440 and 44S Wood st. mhM-22-Dt Miscellaneous. DWELLINGS. STOKES ANDOFFICES-UPON request wc will mall you our rent list reg ularly until April 1. Iree of charge; write vour name plainly and give lull residence address street aud number. BLACK ft BA1RD. 95 i uurth avenue. fes-71t TO LET SPECIAL. TO LET BY DENN1SION. ELDERKIN ft CO., Ltd. CW4 Penn av. East End housos-35. Flavel St., frame, nine rooms, bath, h. and c. water, natural gas electric lights, flue cellar 45-Shetland av one of the finest homes in the East End; modern brlek, very large yard, stable, every way desirable. II New brick house at Homewood station; all modern Improvements. 12 50 A fine new six-room house near electric line; worth 17; special offer. 28-Sherldan av.. near Broad, nine-room brick, hatl, inside w. c, etc 25 Fifth av., near Boulevard place, six rooms, natural gas, city water, nice house. II 66 Lincoln av.. seven rooms, attic, hall, bath, hot and cold water, electric lights natural gas, large lot. 845 A very fine brick house, all modern im provements, large lot, shade; fir6t-class In every way:one minute from either cable line or the elec tric line: three minutes from East Liberty station. 14 Five-room house, Hastings st. S22 Elvslan av., six-room, new; near cable and electric lines. Office open evening. Telephone 5327 mh2S-163 MONDAY, MARCH 30, PERSONAL. PERSONAL-CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD and silver: Jewelry repaired: new work made to order. CHRls. HAUCil, 511 Smithfield st. J13-S1 PERSONAL REAL ESTATE AND INSUR ANCE. MYLR GALLlNGElt, Yoder law building, cor. Filth and Wylic ays. Telephone 17C7. mli3-145 PERSONAL WEBSTER'S LARGE QUARTO Dictionary, 2 50; special bargains In olland new books during this month. FRANK 11ACON ft CO.. 3tu Smithfield st. mhl2 PEIiSONAL-MNE BOOKS-WE HAVETHE finest collection or finely illustrated books in Pittsburg: beautiful bindings: low prices; come and see them: hundreds of books for presents LEVI'S BOOK S1QBE. 'WO Liberty 61. de!2 FOUND. FOUND-A LARGE LOT Or WINTER clothing belonging to residents of this city was lonnd hanging in the rooms occupied by DICKSON, the tailor. 65 Filth are., upstairs alteied, cleaned and rcpilred; the owners should call for them, as Dieksun lequlrcs the room. nolVD OrriCIAL-PITT&nURG. officii of the uity'ireascueit, Municipal Hall, Smithfield St. VTOIKJEIS IIKKEBY GIVEN THAT ALL 1 owners (whether resident or non-residenc of the city of Pittsburg) of drays, carts, wagons, carnages, busies, etc., to pay their licenses at this ulllce forthwith. All licenses not paid on or before the first Monda) in Maich, 1891, will bo placed in tho hands of vchiclo officer for collection, subject to collection fee of 50 cents on each license. And all persons neglecting to piy on or before first Monday in May, 1891, will be subjecttoa penalty double theamount of tholicenses, to be recovered before the proper lejrnl authority of said city. Tho old metal plates of last year must bo returned at the tune licenses arc taken out, or "i cents additional will be charged on the license. Hates of license: Eich one-horse vehicle, $0; each tivo-horse vehicle, 810; each four-horse vehicle. tl2; each four-horao hack, $13; otuni busscs and timber wheels, drawn by two horses, 510. Otic extra dollar will be charged for each ad ditional horso nscd in 3 hove sppcif.cd vehicles. 3. F. DENNISTON. fcC-Sl-D City Treasurer. No. 240. AN OrtDINANUE LUVYING TAXES, assessing water rents and malting appro priations for tho fiscal year beginning Feb ruary 1, 1891. Section 1 lie it ordained and enacted by the cit of Pittsburg, in (select and Common Coun cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and enacted by the authority of the same. That for the purpose of providing sufficient revenuo to meet tho ordinary expenses or the city to pay the Interest on outstanding bonds and to dis charge allothcr liabilities now due or which may Decome payable dunn: tho said year 1S91, taxes shall bo ami are hereby levied and as sessed upon all property and other objects ot taxati in as follows: City tax Upon all property taxable for State or county purposes l." mills upon each dollar of valuation, except the property in said city des ignated as rural, upon which the tax shall be assessed at tno-thlrdsof said rate, and upon all property designated as agricultural the tax shall be assessed at one-half nf said rate. tjouihside special tax Upon all property ty taxable for State or county purposes within tho limits of the former borough of East Birm ingham, IK mills; Mt. Washington, 3-10 mills; Temperancevillo, 1 mill; to pay annual install ments on Douds issued since consolidation for grading aud paving Main street in said borough. Upon all goods, wares and merchandise, and upon all articles of tr.ide and commerce sold in said city in any manner, ana upon the gross re ceipts accruing from the hiro or use of any per sonal property in said city not herein otherwise provi ted for, one mill upon each dollar of said sales or hire. Upon the actual yearly salos of each and every person or firm engaged in the trade busi ness or occupation of retailing for his, her, or their benefit vinous, fermented or distilled liquors, ten mills on each dollar of said sales. upon the actual j early sales of each and every person or firm engaged in tho business or occupation of an auctioneer, two mills on each dollar of said sales. Upon the gross commission or brokerage ol all merchandise brokers, lornarding aud com mission merchants, teu mills upon each dollar of said commission or brokerage. Upon tho average line of discounts of brokers, banks and bankiug institutions one mill on each dollar. Upon the eross roceipts of express com panias, eloctric light conduit, gas fuel, tele graph and telephone companies ono mill upon each dollar of said receipts. Upon tho gross receipts of persons engaged in the business of keeping pool tables, billiard tables, ton pin alleys, bagatelle tables for pub lic use, twenty mills upou each dollar of said receipts That for def raving the interest on bonds and for sinking funds and miscellaneous purposes of the sub-school districts In the several wards of the city of Pittsburg there shall be levied ub'on all property taxable for State or county purposes upon each dollar nf valuation in said several wards the tax rate affixed to each desig nated sub-school district namedin the estimate of receipts of this ordinance, except the prop erty in said wards designated rural, upon which the tax shall be assessed at two-thirds of said rate, aud upon all property designated in said wards as agricultural the tax shall be assessed at one-half of said rate. Section 2 And, at the above rates, the Board of Assessors shall assess said taxes and the City Treasurer shall have no power to divido any Items of tax as reported by the Asse-sors. Section 3 Tho Department of Public Works shall assess water rents by the schedule of water rents adopted for the year 18S3 and hos pitals anu dispensaries and such other charities as are supported by public and private con tribution shall be assessed tho sum of one dol lar (81) each. Section 1 lhat the amount necessary to pay the interest on the separate indebtedness of the old city and Southslde boroughs shall be taken from the receipts from the special taxes of tho districts aforesaid and placed in appropriation No. 1, on which warrants shall be drawn for all interest accruing or accrued on tho debts of said districts respectively. Section 5 That the balance of said receipts from said special taxes (after payment of in terest) shall be paid into a sinking fund for the district from which it is collected ana shall be used for tho payment of the special debt of said district. Section 6 All officers and craployos of the Department of Public Safoty and Public Works, shall be paid out of the appropriate appropriation tnado for those departments and the Assistant City Acsessors shall be paid from Appropriation No. 2. Salaries nf City Officers. feection 7 All balances lawfully remaining to the credit of appropriations made for the vear 1570, on the books of tbo City Controller, including those remaining to meet payments on contracts already made, shall be transferred to the appropriate appropriations made in this ordinance Soction 8 Ihe cost of advertising ordinances for opening, grading, paving, macadamizing and curbing of streets, highwajs, lanes and alleys, and eonstruction of sewcrsand all view ers' reports as to damages and benefits end costs for opening, grading, paving, macadamizing and curbing street", highways, lanes and alleys and sewers, shall be paid lrom Appropriation No. 11, Ilichwavs and Sewers. SectionB That the revenue of the said city for tho j oar 189), arising lrom tho taxes, loans and all other source, together with any moneys In the treasuiy not otherwise appropriated, are hereby appropriated for tho puipoies herein after set forth. Section 10 T bat all moneys received, or to be received, from sale of the City Poor Farm, or as much thereof as mav be necessary, is hereby appropriated for the purchase of a new Poor Farm and the erection of the necessary hntldlnfrs tlierenn. Section 11 Thit any ordinance or part of ordinance, conflicting with tho provisions of this ordinance, be and the same is hereby re pealed, so far as the same affects tins ordi- ESTIJIATED EXPENDITURES AND RE- CEIPTft FOB 1891. APPROPRIATIONS FOR 1S9L Intercstand tax on city loans S 748,000 00 Salaries Hll 00 Department of Public safety General expense 5 10.100 00 Fire Bureau 200.310 00 Police Bureau SM9.t99 00 Electricity Bureau 40.0W) 00 HealthBurcau 40,887 00 Building and Plumbing Inspector 6,770 00 Department of Public Works General expense.. ...... 8 10,500 00 Engineering and htir- veisBureau 30,300 00 Highways and Seners Bureau 205.800 00 City Property Bureau.. 14,226 00 Water Supply and Dis tribution Bureau 230.000 00 Water Assessment Bu reau 9,700 00 Public lirbtlU!!. 17&,000 00 Viewers 11,005 00 -$ 777,191 00 Department of Chari ties Printing. Contingent Fund City Election Outstanding Warrants and Excess of Ex penditures Over Re ceipts., Finance Fund... Judgments Advertising delinquent tax liens Board of Assessors Water Loan Sinking Fund Funded Strr eclmprnve ment Sinking Fund.. Sinking Fnnd Water Loan Sinkine: 90,000 00 20.000 00 2U.000 00 1,300 00 192,181 11 ai.ocu oo 22,200 00 13.000 00 18,000 00 80.000 00 49.500 00 2.000 00 Fund No. 2 10,000 00 Refunded City Hall Bonds Sink ing Fund 6,100 And Filth Ayenue 189L OFFICIAL PITTSBURG. Market House Sinking Fund... 900 7,000 00 10,000 00 Fire Department Loan Sinking Fund lmnrnvement; Hand Sinking Fund 121.500 00 Municipal Consolidated Sinking Fund 7,000 00 Education Street repaying (Sched ule A) Bridges (ischeaule A)..- Assessment against city for street Improve ments 300.000 00 415,000 00 322.078 50 150,000 W) 97.171 00 320.801 -ill 120,000 00 30.000 00 ) Public Parks Completion paving con tracts Grading and paring strccts.Sapreme Court decision .'........ S4.4o4.D89 61 ESTIMATED RECEIPS FOP. 180L Citv valuation $180,000, 000, which includos re duction on account of rural and agricultural properties less per centage for exonera tions, discounts and lost taxes. City tax 15 mills ?2, 700,000 00 Business tax 235,000 00 Water rent 600,000 00 Wharves 15.000 00 Mayor's office 77.000 00 Markets $ 53,000 00 City Ganger 2,00') 00 Vehicle license 45,000 00 Street railways 1,000 00 Bnildinglnspector 15,000 00 Engineering 10,000 00 Warrant from State for schools 77,703 00 Advertising delinquent taxes 13.000 00 CityAttornoy 50000 00 Outstanding taxe 310,000 00 Liquor licenses bO.000 00 Miscellaneous 181,280 Bi -H461.9S9 61 SCHEDULE A. BEPAVINO, etc. Humbor alley,! romErln to ivirb-pamcic street.? a,au ou Duqu ve' uquesno way, irom Water streot east wards 10,000 00 Water street, lrom Dn- quesno way.eastward- ly 10,000 00 Liberty avenue, from Main street, east- wardly. 30,000 00 Market street, from Water street to Fourth avenuo 8,017 50 Cherry alley.from Fifth avenue to Liberty ave nue 10.000 00 Stanton avenue, from Butler street, south wardly 20,000 00 Wylie avenue, lrom Fifth avenue to Tun nel street 6,537 50 Seventh avenue, from Liberty avenue to Grant street 9,345 00 Wjlie avenue, Irom Fulton street, east- wardly 10,000 00 Garland alley, from Sixth avenue to Strawberry alley 1.783 00 East Carson street 15,000 00 Fourth avenue, from Grant street, east- "dly. 4,000 00 Diamond street, from Smithfield struct to Old avenuo 10,670 00 Forbes street, from Brady street, east- ward,y 55.900 00 rlftn avenue, lrom Boquet street, east warily 34,000 00 Butlerstreot 15,000 00 Brady street, lrom Sec ond avenuo to Tustin "feet 3,475 00 Boyd streot. from Old avenuo to Locust street 7,605 00 Sixth avenue, from Old avenue to Wjlie av enue 4,130 09 Sixth avenue, lrom bmithliold street to Liberty avenue 8.178 00 Halketstroet wall 27.000 00 Third avenue, trom Smithfield street to Wmdstreet 4,355 00 Wabash avenue, from end of present pave ment to Independent treet 4.000 00 Logan street 1,500 00 Duller street (Sharps bure bridge west).... 5,000 00 Mulberry alley, irom Eleventh to Thir teenth streets 2825 00 -S 322,078 50 BRIDGES. Monongahela river $ 100,000 00 Negley rnn, Larimer avenue extension.... 30.000 00 Forward avenuo 20.00!) 00 -S 150.000 00 SUB-SCHOOL DISTRICTS. AUf,n' 3JIlrf-: aOmills $ 4,950 Bedford,29ward 1.7 mills 4.500 Birmingham, 28 ward 2.3 mills 6 000 Colfax, 22-1 ward 2.1 nulls 4,500 Duqucsne, 1 ward 1.6 mills 1,500 orbes. 6 ward 1.3mills 9,000 Franklin, 7 and 8 wards 5.0 mills 27,001) Grant,3ward 2mibs 3500 Hancock, o ward 1.5 mills 4,100 Highland,19 ward l.j mills H.000 Homewood, 21-2 ward 1.6 mills 3 500 Howard, 16 ward 2.0 mills 12,000 Humboldt, 26 ward 2.8 mills 10 000 Knox,30ward 1.1 mills 2,000 Lawrence, 15 ward. 1.0 mills 4,600 LIberty,20 ward 2.6 mills 30,000 Lincoln, 21-1 ward 4.0 mills 12.500 Luckcy. 35 ward 7.2 mills 5,300 Minersville. 13 ward 4.0 mills 14,000 Mononcahela.33 ward .Smills l.nnn Moorhead, 11 ward 1.5 mills 6.500 Morse. 25 ward 2.3 mills 9.000 Mr, iUblon, 18 ward 2.6 nulls 9.000 Mt. Woslungton. 32 ward 5.3 mills 9.500 North. 4 ward i mm4 000 Oakland, 14 ward 1.2 mills 15,000 O'Hara. 12 1 ward 8 mills 3,500 Peebles, 23 ward a.i mills IS 000 Ralston. 9 and 10 wards 3 mills 2,000 Riverside, 34 ward 4.6 mills 5,600 South, 2 ward 3 mills 2.500 bpriugileld. 12-2 ward 2.2 mills 7,000 Stcrntt, 22-2 ward 1.3 mills E,200 St. Clair, 27 ward ao mills 5.350 Thad Stevens, r,G ward 2.3 mills 3,000 Washington, 17 ward l.ziulils 9,000 Wii kershani.24 ward 1.4 mills 4,000 Ordained and enacted into .1 law 111 Councils this 20th dav of March. A. D. 1S9L H. P. FORD. President ot Select Council. Attest: GEO. BOOTH. Clerk of Select Coun cil. G. L. HOLLIDAY. President of Common Council. Attest: E. J. MARTIN, Clerk of Common Council. Wo do horeby certify that the foretroin!? ordinance, nhich has been disapproved by the Mayor and returned with his objections to Common Council, in which it originated, was passed by the Common Council, notwithstand ing tho objections of the Mayor, by a (35) three-fifths vote, this 23d day of March, 1591. G.L. HOLLIDAY. President of Common Council. Attost-E. J. MARTIN, Clerk nf Common Council. We do hereby cortiry that tho foregoing ordinanco, which has been disapproved by tbo Major and returned with his objections, was passed by the Select Council, notwithstanding the objections of the Mayor, by a (-5) three fifths veto this 23d day of March, 1S9L 11. P. FORD, President bclect Council. Attest GEO. BOOTH, Clerk of Select Council. Recorded in Ordinance Book, voL 7, page 611. 25th dav of March, A. D. 1891. mh2S7S RESORTS. T HECHALFOM'E- ATLANTTU CITY. N. J. On the beach, with unsurpassed ocean view. Salt water baths in the house. bend for circular. f el-90-D E. ROBERTS & SONS. H ADDON HALL. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.. Now open Hot and Cold Sea ater Baths in the House. leB-91 LEEDS LIPPINCOTT. NOTICES. The PiTTsnnno. Akron and Wr&TEitx 1 llAILKOAD CO., Pittsbdeo. Pa.. March 26. 1891. PRIL 1. 1891. COUPONS OF THIS COM- Xx rAlil'o uonusnoiu in i-ittsuurg win ue paid on and after that date at the banking house of N. Holmes & Suns, Pittsburr. Pa. JAMEb D. CALLERY, mh20-S7-D Fre-idt-nt' ELECTIONS. NOTICE THE ANNUAL MEETING OF the Eureka Savings Fund and Loan As sociation will he held on MONDAY EVEN ING, March 30, at 8.30 o'clock. Election nf officers and other important business. By order of the Board of Directors, W. II. It. GASS. Secretary. mh28-33-p $500 10 $500,000 TO LOAN ON mortgages, city nr country nronertv. at lowest rates. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 313 Wood St., Pittsburg. Tele phone No. 875. mh30-54-s 3LEETXNGS. NOTICE MEMBERS OF SARATOGA Council No. 262. Jr. O. U. A. M.. are noti fied of the death of our brother. P.C Reed, at bis residence, 4416 Penn av. All mombers who wish to attend tho fnncral. at Beaver. Pa, will assemble at the housoon TUESDAY, at U:15 A. M. Bv order of E. E. MARTIN, mh29-170 Cnmirllor. REMOVALS. C. IL DIETRICH. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Leather and Shoe rinding, Will remove about April 1st to mhl8-C9-MWF 070 Liberty Sjrpot. ROSS W. BLACK, BARBER SUPPLY HOUSE, Will removo April,! to 712 PENN AVENUE, next to Penn Building, Razors ground and honed. Shaving materials furnished at lowest price. mh27-77-M-tv' H. L. CHLLDS & CO. Mill Supplies, RuDber Guods. Belting, etc.. Have removed to . 102 WATER ST. mh27-76-siwT W. J. EAST, Architect, Has removed from Federal St., Allegheny, to offices located in WEST1NGH0USE BUILDING. mh4-42-rn'F Pittsburg, . GEORGE -JSLAJ?J?IZX-., THE MUSIC DEALER. Will remove to his newgranito building, 634 SMITHFIELD SI. On or about April L mhI6-7-irvT7 NOVELTY CANDY CO., Urn. We beg to inform onr customers and all jobbers in candies that we have removed to our new factory. No. 64 Second av., and with onr increased lacillties and improved machinery, we are now prepared to fill all orders promptly. mh2tM31.3tyrr. R. M. MILLER. Houss and Sign Painter, has removed from 13.5 Third avenue, to 73 SIXTH AVENUE. Opposite Third Presbyterian Church. Special attention ilvcn to tbo handling of plato glass, cutting and drilling. Repairing windows, sky lights, etc House painting ana glazing in all its branches. ocl9-63-D REMOVAL. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO. Will occupy the room. 313 Wood street, ad joining the Tradesmen's National Bank, on and after MONDAY, MARCH 30. Real Estate, Mortgage;, Auctioneers. mh2S-54-ii THE UNION INSURANCE CO. Has removed to Nos. 168 and 170 FOURTH AV. ("St Nicholas Bnlldlng.") J. W. J. M'LALN, Secretary. mb.27.7S-irWF CHARLESSOMERSUO., DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE. Will remove their central office, No. 313 Wood street, to No. 129 Fourth Ave,, Directly opposite the New Postoffice. ON APRIL 1st mnll-37 NOTICE. Office of Gfrmaxta Sa vinos Bask, PlTTsnnr.G, March 12. 1801. OWING TO THE LATE FIRE In the building of this bank we have taken temporary quarters in the offices lately occu pied by the National Bank of Commerce in the Floyd block, corner Wood sc and Sixth av. No loss or injury was sustained in any of the books and valuable papers ot the bank. We are therefore ready for our customary business at the above place, where we shall be pleased to meet the patrons of the bank. C. MEYRAN, CHARLES SE1BERT. President. Secretary. mbl4-46-D READY FOR BUSINESS. We have secured possession of the two large and substantial buildintts, Nos. 46 and 4S sev enth avenue, opposite Now Grant street, ana with a complete stock of new goods respect fully solicit tho patronage of the RETAIL DRUG TRADE. In addition to the goods formerly carried in stock we have ai'ded a full line of DRUG GISTS' SUNDRIES. This depirtment will bo nnder the care of MR. CHARLES KABST. who will be glad to meet his former friends and customers and to serve them acceptably. NO GOODS AT RETAIL. L II. KAURIS DRUG CO., NOS. 40 AND 43 SEVENTH AVENUE. P.1TTS11URG. PA. mb4-D PROPOSALS. CONTRACTORS AND MANUFACTUR ERS will find proposal advertisements of National, Stato and Municipal authorities and of building committees, as well as important news of projected work in all parts of the Uoited States and Canada not elsewhere pre vionslv published, in THE ENGINEERING RECORD, (nnor to 18S7 The Sanitary Engi neer), New York. On sale Mondays in this city by R. S. DAVIS & CO . 96 jTUth ave. nol6-107M ElROPOSALS FOR STONC-U. 8. ENGI NEER office, 507 West Chestnnt stroct, uisville, Ky.. March 30. 1391 Soalea pro posals tn triplicate will be received at this office until 1 r. 31. (standard time), on WEDNES DAY, the 20th day of April, 1A9L for furnish ing stono for the construction nf an abutment for a dam in tho Wabash river at Grand Rapid', near Mount Carmel, 111. Tho attention ot bidders is invited to acts of Congress of February 26. lS8i and February23, 1887, volume 23, page 33i and volume 24, page 414, Statutes at Large. Preference will bo given to stone of domestic prodnction. conditions of quality and price being equal. Tho richt is reserved to re ject any and all bids. Specifications and,printed lurms for proposals will be furnished on appli cation to thn undersigned. EDW. MAGUIRE, Captain of Engineer. U. S. A. mhSO 50-30,31.apl,2.27,28 TENDERSFORCOAL THE CONSUMERS GAS CO. ot Toronto, Ont., will receive tenders until noon on FRIDAY, the 10th day of April next, for the supply of 29,000 TONS OF COAL, as follows: Twenty-four Thousand Tons (of 2.000 lbs) of Yonghiogheny or Westmore land lump sas coal, to be screened over a one and one-half inch screen, tn be delivered in about pqnai monthly quantities between May 1 and November 50 next, and FIVE THOUSAND TONS (of 2.000 lbs) ot grate size, screened Anthracite coal, tn be delivered in about equal monthly quantities, between May 1 and September 30 next. Tenders will be received Tor delivory by ves sel, at the wharf at Toronto, ex-harbor dues, or on thenars at the Suspension or Interna tional ISrld'-e. The kind of coal offered must be specified, f Payments to be accented at tne uas uom panj's weights. Pajmontsto be made at To ronto one month after delivery. Contractors to prepay all railway charges to the bridges. Tenders tn state specifically what difference, if any, will be made in the price provided the Company only accepts a portion of the above quantities. Tenders tn be addressed to the President. Security to be given for the fulfillment of the contract if required. No tender necessarily accepted. W. H. PEARSON. General Manager aud See. TOKOSTO, March 20, 189L mu2a-63-30p2,7 f CHOICE PKOPEKTTES. FACTOR! PROPERTY For Sale to CI0S2 an Estate. The undivided half interest of the plant ol tho Whitney Gloss Works, situated at Glass born. N. J. This is one or tho oldest and largest glass manufacturing plants in the United States (has been In operation over 100 years), is very favorably located, hiving two lines of railroad entering the factory premises. Tho plant consists ot fonr large factory buildings: Stone building (43x114). which contains grind, ins", engine, mold and pot rooms and all tha nccessiry machtnery. Two 40-hnrse power boilers, and one Sd-borM power engine. Largo stone saw and grist mill. Large stone store and office. Two larzs packing honses. wareshed, etc. About 100 dwelling bouses. The whole property Is in good repair and oo. copied, nnder a lease, which expires AngnstL 18B. THOMAS ANNADOWN, J. P. WHIT NEY, Executors, Glasiboro. N. J. inbl4-50 PENN AVENUE 6 Per Cent. $25,000 will buy an elegant Penn av. property, below Sixth st. Lot 24x136 and good improve, menr. Property renting for 11,800 per yearoa long Ieaso aud will pay 6 per cent net on pries asked. LIGGETT BROS., 71 Diamond Street. mb29-SS APRQFITABLE IHVESTMEHT! The BUILDING, with it3 FURNITURE, situ.; ate at the corner of Walnut and Main sts., in the city of Johnstown, well andwUcly known as the CAMBRIA CLUBHOUSE IS OFFERED FOE, SALE At a reasonable price and terms to suit ths purchaser. It contains 63 rooms and is fully appointed and well arranged for a general ho, tel business. Apply to mb2U-78 JAMES MCMILLAN. ii. m FOR SALE. EASf END PROPERTY. MUBBY & EDSALL, 34 Fidelity Building. rnh25-91 AUCTION SALES. by James w. drape &. co. IjlLEGANT FURNITURt; MOQUET CAR j PETS, Piano, etc.. at auction. 111 residence 1 01 the late 1 1. H. Byram. deceased. 330O Fifth avenue, McKee Place, Oakland, THURSDAY MORNIN G.April 2, at 10 o'clock. There are handsome parlor furniture, spring easy chairs and rockers, chiffoniers, library famishment, elegant chamber suites, dressing cases, bedsteads, spring mattresses, bedding, j wardrobes, sideboard, extension table and gen eral dining room furniture, marble top tables,, stands, bric-a-brac, pictures, lacs curtains, window shades, rugs, mats, superior moquet and body Brussels carpets, fins piano, china and plated ware, etc., etc. Everything in good t condition. Sale peremptory; terms cash. ' House open at 8 o'clock on morning of sale. JAMES W. DRAPE & CO.. Agents and Auctioneers. 313 Wood St., (adjoining Fourth av.), mh30-13 Pittsburg; OCTION SALE OF JAPANESE GOODS At No. 626 Smithfield street, between Sixth an! Seventh avenues. Enttro stock, comprising over S25.000in value. We bez to announce to 1 tho public that our JAPANESE WARE DE-' PARTMENT, which has been a foaturc in our business, having been attended by almost every lady in the two cities and the surrounding; country, will he DISCONTINUED in tho f ntnre. Onr room on second floor, devoted to the sale of these goods, will be used for other, purposes. Our annual Holiday Displays will undoubtedly bo missed by a number of our patrons, and we would therefore advise you to attend our sale and get your pick out of one of the largest and most complete linesof Japanese goods in the country, sole beginning .Monday, March 2, at 9.30 A. jr.. and 2 p. JL. andhatur-' day, 7 p. Jl., and continuing until all goods are diaposed of. Goods delivered. WM. HASLAGE & SON. J. A. HOBINSOX, Auctioneer, 626 bmitblieid street. mh2-26D ELEGANT FURMTURE. CARPETS AND Household Goods, at auction, at the resj dence. No. 521 SHADY LANE. MONDAY MORNING. MARCH 30, at 10 O'CIock. Fine bookcase, chiffonier, oak chamber suits, bedstead, bedding, pictures, bureaus, wash stands, beating stove, chairs, tables, rockers, ball rack, hall, room and stair carpets, rugs, curtains, extension table, silvern are, dishes and glassware. Lot cooking utensils, laundry goods, etc., etc House open after 8 o'clock, morning of the sale. HENRY AUCTION CO.. mh29-lll Anctioneers. I?URNISHM ENT OF AN EAST END RES. : IDENCE at auction. TUESDAY MORN ING, March 31, at 10 o'clock, at the rooms, NO. 311 MARKET S'IREET. Fine rugs, bric-a-brac, very handsome parlor suit, center tables, curtains, tricycle, set cro quet, garden tools, cooking nten3ils. fine car pots, chamber suits, sery fine bedding, bed steads, bnreaus, washstands, gas and laundry stove, mattinr, linoleum, pictures, mirrors, hall rack, wardrobes, chiffoniers, bookcae, Turkish concb, fine exten-ion table, dining chairs and sideboard, dishes, glass and silver ware, rockers, china closer, etc. Goods now on exhibition. Owners leaving city; everything must be sold. HENRY AUCTION COMPANY. mh29-110 Auctioneers. DESIRABLE DRUGSTORE, No. 243 Main street (Eighth ward), Allegheny, AT AUCTION. Tuesday. March 31. at i o'clock p. jr., will b positively sold to the bizhest bidder the abova named well-known, completely furnished and stocked drugstore; rare chance for a bargain. inh27-43 H. B. SMITHSON, Auctioneer. BULLETIN OF SALES BY THEHJSNRY AUCTION COMPANY' MONDAY, March SO. sale at No. 521 Shady lane, household goods and carpets. TUESDAY. March 31, hall, room and stair carrots, lull line of furniture at the rooms. No. 311 Market street, city. Also, same date, as store, sale of tailors' judgments. mh22-170 H. B. SMITHSON, RcalEstatn and General Auctioneer, room S3, Eisner bnilding. Fitth and Wood street. Sales, of jewelry and merchandise at stores. Furni ture at residences promptly attended to. deo-6Sr J, A. McKELVEY, Auctioneer. Household fumltnre, property and live stock. Office 81 Frankstown A v.. East End. Terms opon applictlon. mh8-143-T LEGAL NOTICJOS. ESTATE OF SARAH 8MITH.DECEASED. Notice s hereby given that letters nf ad ministration on tho estate of Sarah Smith, de ceased, have been granted to the undersigned, to wbom all persons indebted to said estate are) requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims or demands against tbo same will make them known without delay. T. W. SMITH, Administrator, No. 408 Centor avenue, Pittsburg, Pa. rabl5-62oi -VTOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN N application will be made to the Governor ot Pennsylvania on the 21st day of April, 1S91, by W. H. Nimick. H. H. Jack, James W. Ty son, Jr., W. J. Howard, Jr.. and Samuel B. Shoemaker, nnder the act of Assembly en titled "An act to provide for the incorporation and regulation of certain corporations." ap proved April 29, 1S74, and the supplements thereto, for the charter of an intended corpor ation to bo called the "Cold Rolled Steel Com pany of Pittsburg." the character and object ot which is "for the manufacture and sale of iron and steel, and articles of iron and steel and other materials." and for these purposes to have, possess and enjoy all the rights, bene fits and privileges of said act of Assembly ant supplements thereto. mb2K-lc