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THE PITTSBURG 'DISPATOH, SATURDAY, ARRIL ' 13, 1889.
JUDGE EWING AGAINST JT.
He Advise Commissioners Net to Sell tbe
Old County Buildings.
f -Yesterday Judge Ewing Trrote a letter to
tie County Commissioners, taking a posi
tion ajrainst the sale of the county property
N otf Diamond street, and giving his reason!
for it. The letter is appended:
Sjessrs. Robert E. Mereer. Georm Y. MeKee and
Daniel I. McW llllams. Commissioners or Alle
Giktxemen Among the recollections of
ray boyhood Is that of a discussion among cer.
Sin farmers about the then new Court Souse
and Jafl. the building of which seemed to be
approved, except that Its location TOtacon
venlenLbeinr "about out of town," ana that
It -ulneSssrily large." and not likely to
be fuUy occupied for 100 years. It had to be
enlanred in about SO years.
When the Workhouse -was troilt with
..ii.if fm inmates, it was reasonably
snrmosed to be sufficient for the requirements
it has been enlarged twice ana has been oc
casionally overcrowded with Its Increased ac
About 1870 it was found absolutely necessary
to increase the Court House and jail accom
modations. This was done by erecting a new
jail on the Boss street end of the lot, and tak
ing the first story of the old Jail for the Pro
thonotarys office and the second story for the
Criminal Court's room.
The improvements had not been occupied
three years until further room was required,
which was supplied In town by building a
Sheriff's office, an addition to the Prothono
tary's office, and a building for the Commis
sioner's office. BefQre tbe fire of Mav 7, 1SS2,
which destroyed the Court House of 1837-40, the
county's business had again outgrown the ac
commodations. Both Court House and jail
were overcrowded. The growth of the popula
tion and business of Allegheny county in the
past 23 years has been so rapid that, until the
building of the new Court House and jail, the
projectors of erection and Improvement of
county buildings failed In every case to antici
pate the future requirements of the county.
So much for the past.
The growth of the countv within the past ten
yean Indicates that, with another 5 yean, more
room will be needed for public buildings. In
my opinion, the year A. D. 1900 will see the nec
essary occupation of every room in the present
Court Houe, and. in the then near future, ad
ditional room and accommodations will be re
quired. No better or more convenient location for
such accommodations can be found than the
University lot, now owned by the county.
In my opinion the property should not be
sold, but rented for a term of 20 or 25 years, or.
for a shorter time, if deemed advisable.
With great confidence In your judgment and
foresight; 1 am yonn respectfully,
Pittsbubg, April 11, 1889.
PAH UAUIITDU tn to-morrow' Dis
UAIL nHiniulUn, FATca,arruestAat
reaton U God's revelation of tublime truth to
every man, and that all religious formt are, in
We want all buyers of clothing to call andy
see us lo-aay, especially nouuy dressers.
"We've got the finest and best goods that are
produced. We claim and do name lower
prices for fine clothing thanour competitors,
and we are ready to back these statements
up with goods and prices. We display the
finest line of $10 and $12 suits shown, and
our fine spring overcoats, silk-faced and
very English, have made a big hit. The
prices of them are $10. $12 and $15.
P. c. c. c,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
The Largest Assortment of Easter Cards,
Books and Novelties
Ever exhibited in the city has been placed
on sale by Jos. Eichbaum & Co., 48 Filth
1,000 trimmed hats and bonnets at ex
ceedingly low prices at Eosenbaura & Co.'s.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED by the underslgneLaddressed to
Property Committee of Western Pennsylvania
Exposition Society, not later than April 23, at 1
o'clock P. JL, for labor and material necessary
for erection of Mechanical Hall at Exposition
grounds. For plans or other information, call
at tbe office of JOSEPH STILLBERG, Ar
-VTOTICE-- IS HEREBY GIVEN HaT
l ' lctten testamentary on the estate of
James Callery. deceased, late of Pittsburg,
have been granted to the undersigned, to whom
all persons indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment, and those having
claims or demands against the same will make
them known without delay. J. D. CALLERY,
WILLIAM V. CALLERY, Executors.
Department op Public Works, 1
Pittsburg, April 6. 18S9. J
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at tho office of the City Controller
until tbe 17th day of April, A. D. 1K89, at 2
o'clock P. JL, for furnishing fuel for Brilliant,
Bedford and Herron Hill pumping stations,
from tbe loth day of April. 1SS9, until the 15th
day of April, 1890, to be delivered at the differ
ent works; also for furnishing and delivering to
Brilliant pumping station. A. V. R. R., four
brass packing rings, each 65-inch outer and 61
inch inner uiameter, and three and three
quarter inches wide, finished sizes, to be com
posed of nine parts copper and one part tin, to
be bored and turned so as to make steam
tight joints. Probated bonds as follows:
Brilliant Pumping Station, twenty-five
thousand dollars; Herron Hill Pumping
Station, five thousand dollars: Bedford
Pumping Station, five thousand dollars,
packing rings, five hundred dollars, must
accompany each bid and tbe bondsmen must
be property holders residing in Allegheny
county. No bid will be considered unless ac
companied by bonds In the above amounts,
probated before the Mayor or City Clerk.
For specincations, blanks on which bids must
be made. 2nd all other information, apply at
the office of Superintendent of Water Supply
and distribution, fourth floor. Municipal Half.
The Department of Awards reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
CirrTRKAStTREBS OFFICE, 1
Municipal Hall, Smithfleld street.
VTOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ALL
JLl owners (whether residents or non-residents
of tbe city of Pittsburg) of drays, carts,
wagons, carriages, buggies, etc must pay their
license at this office forthwith. All licenses not
paid on or before first Monday in March, 1888,
will be placed in the hands of police officen for
collection, subject to a collection fee of 50
cent and all persons neglecting to pay on or
before first Monday In May, 1889. will be sub
ject to a penalty double the amount of the
license, to be recovered before tne 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 be
charged on tbe license. Rates of license: Each
one-horse vehicle, 16 00; each two-horse vehicle,
10 00: each four-hone vehicle, S12 00: each four
hone back, f 15 00: omnibus and timber wheels
drawn by two horses, 10 00. One extra dollar
will be charged for each additional hone used
in above specified vehicles.
J. F. DENNISTON,
feU-70-s Citv Treasurer.
Continued on Tenth Page.
Grand Opening Game,
SATURDAY, APRIL 13.
Game at 8.30. Admission 25c. Monday, 15th,
Alleghenles at Johnstown. aplS-2S
TTJOTT THEATER MATDIEE TO-DAY
Jj at 2. A- M. Palmer's Nnmber-One Co.
JIM THE PENMAN.
Next week Lydia Thompson and her
English Bnrlesqne Trcape.
p RAND OPERA. HOUSE
Every evening, matinee Saturday,
' MISS JfAHDERN,
IN SPITE Of' AXiU
Week April 15th The Fall of Atlanta, apll
GRAND CENTRAL RINK WORLD'S
International M2-hour Pedestrian Contest,
commencing April 8 to 14. six days and six
nights. Admission. 25, 60 and 75 cents? Special
seats have been reserved for ladies.
ap7-l2 HARRY DAVIS, Manager.
"tT ARRIS' THEATER.
Every afternoon and evening.
Apr!l 15 "East Lynne." ap8-9-TTS
' SLI AERY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
"Jfl . TO-NIGHT.
Matinees Tuesday, Thunday and Saturday.
K. - J. J. DOWLING and
t" - SADIE HASSAN,
V In IxOBODrS CLAIM. p7-30-
M& Display advertUrmentt one dollar, pr
tauare for one tnterUon. Clattifled advertise
mentt on this page trteh at Wanted, tor Bale,
To Let, eta, ten cent per line Jar each inter
tion, and none taken or leu than fifty cent.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of th.e
public Branch Offices have been
established at the following: places,
where "Want, For'Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisement ara to be nrenald exeeot Where
Jadvertlsers already have accounts wlthTsaDls
THOMAS MCCAFFBKY. SSuS Bntler street.
EMIL G. ETUCKET, 24th street and Penn ave
E. G. t5TUCKEYftCO.,WylIeaveandFultoast.
N. bTOKELY, Fifth Avenne Market House.
J.W.WALLACE, tin Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER ft SHE1BLER, 8th av. 4 Alwood SU
JACOB SPOHN, No. 2 Canon street.
CHAS. ECHWABM, J707 Carson street.
A. J. KAEBCHER, 69 Federal street.
11. 3. f IcBRIDE. .Federal and Ohio streets.
FEED H. EGGER3. 172 Ohio street.
F. II. EGGERS ft SON, Ohio and Chestnut its.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY", Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
FEBBTM. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
ANTED A GOOD TINNEK APPLY
uuynas ft sus, fcewieiiey, pa. apix-zz
-TTTANTED A COATMAKEU FOB FINE
y work; also a vestmaker. Call at 111 FIFTH
AVE. - aplS-32
TTTANTED l'UBTER FOB WHOLESALE
VV drug house. Address W. G., Dispatch
WAhTED-A FIEST-CLAfeS COATMAKEB.
Apply at once to BLAUEMOKE, East Liver
pool, O. apl3-l
WANTED-A HABNES3 MAKEB-NONE
but a first-class mechanic need apply. 3S10
BUTLER ST. apU-78
XTTANTED-GOOD CANVAbSlEKS FOB THE
VV Century Dictionary. H. WATTS CO..
504 Wood street. aplS-77
WANTED-DBUG CLEBE, MUST BE RELI
ABLE, and a man of experience. Address,
DBUQB. Dispatch office. spU-100
WANTED-MONEY TO LOAN ON BOND
ibdinartriMlUind S ne.r cent Interest.
tGEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave. ap!3-l8
tV to laycsrpett ; only those with citv ex-
a vnrr, Tirrt 4..-ude-i, rrutrrii CTrWffwj
.Terience need apply. E. GBOETZIN GEK, 67 aud
s Penn ave.
TVXfANTED A FDJST-CLASS FLANGE
''VV turner and blacksmith: none other need
apply. JAME3JMCH.fclLJt.BUU., Twenty-ninu
A V. tt H iniux-
TrrASIED-A COLLECTOB TO TAKE
ft charge of a city -and country ronte; good
wares paid: cash security required: applicants
state are. Address K, M. T., Dispatch oflice.
-TTTANTED LfTHOCBAPH PB1NTEB A
VV first-class commercial transferrer can ob
tain a steady situation with good salary by apply
lnrtoGIES & CO., Uthognphers, Bunalo, N.Y.
VTr ANTED FIVE ENEBGETIC MEN TO
VV solicit trade In Plttsbnrr and AIKehenv:
compensation liberal and place permanent to the
right parties. Apply to S. W. HOLLAND, No. c
Bixtn street, nusDnrg.
powder and pure spices: gifts with goods;
coke workers, miners or mUlmec can makemoney
in their spare time. YAMAHHlltO TEA CO., as
Jackson St.. Allegheny, Pa. Js2S-SS-ttS
WANTED-A SALESMAN FAM1LIAUW1TH
tbe tailor trade In Pittsburg and vicinity to
sell a first-class line of easstmeres and cloths on.
commlssion. Address, with reference, H. B.
CO.. Boom 2, Jackson Building. ap!2-7
-TTTANTED IMMEDIATELY A GOOD
V marble cutter and a fint-class marble
fiollsher. Address, stating lowest wages will work
or, no time for correspondence, DUNNING
MARBLE ANDGBAN1TECO.. Erie. Pa.
TTJ-ANTED GENEBAL AGENTS BAKE
VV chance; men with $300 can make 20 per
day in Pittsburg and other cities: article Inst out:
Sreat demand: no humbug. KAUFiAlAN &
LEBCEK, Bed Lion Hotel, Pittsburg, Pa.
WANTED BOOK AGENTS OF EXPEE
IENCE In every county In Western Penna.
and West Va.: good commission and eicluslTe
control on a work oPunusual merit. WM. F.
MAXON. Gen'l Agent, room 23 McCance block.
Liberty and Seventh ave., Pittsburg, Pa. apll-2-D
WANTED BAH WBITEBS AT SMART'S
COLLEGE, 4 Sixth street, Plttsbnrr (next
to bridge). Penmanship, bookkeeping, latest and
best shorthand, typewriting, arithmetic etc.,
thoroughly and ranldly taught forSJ per month;
Instruction private for both sexes; open dally 9 A.
m. to 8 r. m. ,lpi3-GG-rrssu
TTJANTED-AGENTS ON SALAKY; 175 l'Elt
VV month and expenses paid any active man
or woman to sell our goods by sample and live at
home: salary nald nromntlr and exDenses In ad
vance; full particulars and sample case free, we
mean Just what we say. Address bTANDABD
DlLVUtHAULUI., JWSlOn. AlaSS.
-TTT-ANTED-SALESMEN-WE WISH A FEW
VV men to sell onr goods by sample to the
wholesale and retail trade; largest manufacturers
In our line: Inclose 2-cent stamp; wages S3 per
day: permanent position; no postals answered;
money advanced Tor wages, advertising, etc
CENTENNIAL MAN'F'GCO., Cincinnati; Ohio.
WANTED-AGEJJTS FOB OUB NEW PA
TENT fireproof safes; sizes 23xi8xl8;welgbt
too Ihs.t retail price S35: otben in proportion;
highest award (sliver medal) Centennial Exposi
tion 1868: rare chance: permanent business: onr
prices lowesti we are not In the safe pool; exclusive-territory
given. ALPINE 8AFE CO., Cincin
nati. O. api-72-ws
patent chemical Ink erasing pencil; greatest
novelty ever produced; erases ink in two seconds,
no abrasion of paper; 200 to SQOper cent profit;
one agent's sales amounted to 620 in six days: an
other S32 in two hoars; territory absolutely free;
salary to good men; no ladles need answer; sample
33 cents. For terms and f nil partlcnlan address
J. W. SK1NNEB H CO., Onalaska, Wis. apl2-67
-TTTANTED GIBL FOB GENERAL HOUSE
W WOBK. Apply 8S TWENTY-FOUBTH
STBEET, S. 3 aplS-8
WANTED TWO GOOD EXPERIENCED
chambermaids at BOLEY'S HOTEL, 31 to
33 Diamond, clty apl3-B2
TTTANTED-NEAT AND BEL1ABLE G1BL
VV for general housework in small family.
277 WESTEBN AVENUE, Allegheny. apM-81
WANTED-S1X GIKLS TO SEW CABPETS;
only those with experience need apply, E.
GBOETZIN GEK, 627 and 629 Penn are.
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED COOK TO
assist with laundry work In a family of
two: references required; good wages. Address
M. J Dispatch office. apU-47
chambermaids, nurse girls, hotel housekeeper;
highest wages paid. MF.KHAN'S. MS Grant St.
-TTTANTED-A FBACT1CAL TDJST-CLASS
VV general cookfor hotel, mustbeareputable.
Intelligent woman, not over SO yean old; anyone
to the reverse need not apply; a woman who can
fill the above requirements can have permanent
employment at good wares. Call or write to
PABK HOTEL, New Brtghton,Pa.,for one week.
Olale sad Female Help.
WANTED-AGENT3 TO MAKE MONEY.
Address, with stamp, B. G. LEWIS, ChilU
cothe, O. apu-is
-TTT A N T E D COOKS, CHAMBEBMAIDS,
V dining room girls, 100 house girls, German
and colored gins, man and wife for dairy. French
and German waiters, gardenen 'mud farm bands.
MBS. E. THOMPSON, 688 Grant St.
WANTED-STEADY EMPLOYMENT FOR
good men; wages good: work light. Ap
ery at once. J. J. MOBB1S, S3 Fourth ave.
-TTTANTED-A PABTNER IN THE BRICK
VV business, or will tell or lease. Address
BOX 49, Bennett I'ostofflce, Pa. ap9-S2-Tns
-TTTANTKD-ACITVEOB SILENT PABTNEE
V V active young man with some knowledge of
bookkeeping preferred; business establlsbedand
growing; too much work tor present owner; capi
tal desired to add new lines of goods; amount re
quired from ft, 000 to K, 000; references given and
expected In return. Address ACTIVE PABTNER,
Dispatch office. ap2-88
x Boarders and Lodger.
WANTED-OCCUPANTS FOB PLEABANT
rooms, with or without board; or a couple
to occupy rooms suitable for light housekeeping,
at Oakland. L. T Dispatch office. aplj-sf
WANTED-MOKTGAGES ON PROPERTY IN
either city: lowest ntes of Interest. SPEN.
CEB& GLOSSES, -419 Bmlthfield St. mh23-7
In sums to suit, at H, S-and 6 per cent.
GKAEBING ALTON, 138 Fourth ave. ap6-el-D
-TTTANTED-BY A VrELL-KNOWN NEW
V V York firm wbo desire enlarging their busi
ness, a special capital orns,0B0 to 0,060; refer
ences of the highest character will be furnished
and required: u per cent interest, or If desired an
acUvepartnership. Address K., Dispatch offlce.
-TTTANTED-TO LOAN 500 TO 1860,000 IN SUMS
VV to suit; no delay In securing the money.
SAMUEL v. tAva s (JU., w fourth ave.
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PEOP-EBTY-..?.TeJ.fA.oe0L4
r cent; no tax.
henki a. iAvi.Bw., n fourth avenue.
-TTTANTED-KENTS COLLECTED PBOMPT
W LY; Property managed with satlsracUon.
ALLES A BAILEY, 161 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
-TTANTED-TO LOAN MONEY ON FABM
V ING, city and suburban properties or col
lateral. ED. WITTISH, 410 Gnnt street, Pitts
WANTED-PROPEBTY OWNERS TO KNOW
that we loan money at4M, i ands per cent
without delay. REED B. COYLE .. 131
Fourth ave. apl3-7S-TTSSu
ANTED -SMORTGAGES IN ANY
amounts; 4X to S per cent; citv and country:
no delay. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO
Fourth avenue. Ja,20-K-MThs
at4X. Sand 6 per cent on city and Alle
gheny co. prooerty, no delay. J. B. COOPEK A
CO., 107 Fourth ave. aplS-OS
WANTED-'TO LOAN MONEY IN BUMS TO
suit, Tor any desired time and at Jowest
rates: negotiating mortgages a specialty. D. P.
THOMAS & CO.. 408 Grant st, apsitt-XOD
WANTED-MOETGAGES IN LARGE OB
small amounts, at AH to 6 per cent, accord
ing to the size -and kind of mortgage. W. A.
HERRON & SONB..NO. 80 Fourth ave.
WANTMJ-MOHTGAGES WE ABK PBE
PABED to make loans of 00 to SJ00,0oTon
mortgages on city or country property. JAB. W.
DRAPE ft CO., it Fourth avenne. Pittsburg.
XTTANTED-GOOD MORTGAGES FOB ANY
VV amount; lowestTates or Interest and com
mission. PITTSBURG CO., LLM., Real KsUte
and Insurance, 133 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.
TTTANTED-MOBTGAGES I MORTGAGES 1
VV On Pittsburg, Allegheny or suburban im
proved real estate. In large or small amounts:
lowest rates, ALEXANDER ft LEE. 313 Wood
ANTED-MORTGAGES IN LARGE OR
small amounts on Improved city or Alle
eonntvuroDertv. McCUNEA COULTER.
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, 93 Fourth
"TTJANTED-TO LOAN 500,00O, IN AMOUNTS
V V of 13,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4X per cent, free ortax; also smaller
araonnU at Sands per cent. iBLAC'K ft BAUm
95 Fourth avenue. sezi-12S-s
TTTANTED-TO LOAN 1200,000 ON MOST-
vt UAita;jiuu ana upwara at a per cent
560,000 at 4.H per cent on residences or business
Jropeiry; also in aojoinin
'BENCH, 155 Fourth avenue.
iroperty; also In adjoining counties. 8. H.
WANTED-HOUSES TO RENT AND RENTS
to collect; we give special attention to man
agement r properties; itemized accounts, month
ly settlements. P1TTSBUBG COMPAN Y, LIM. ;
Real Estate and Insurance. 133 Fifth are.
WANTED-GOOD CITY MORTGAGES IN
all amounts from (300 up to any amount:
money at 4X, 6 and 8 per cent, as to amount and
security: can furnish It on short notice and at
small expense. C H. LOVE, No. 93 Fourth ave
ANTED-HOU8ES TO BENT, BENTS TO
collect, mortgages on cltr and suburban
property at 4K, S and eper cent; property selected
audoougbtor sold on lowest commission: call for
new property list for April. J. DEBMITT, 407
Grant st. ap9-3S
-TTTANTED-MORTG AGES-SI, COO, 000 TO LOAN
V V on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
(percent, and on farms in Allegheny and Adja
cent counties at 8 per cent; no money loaned out
of Pennsylvania. 1. M. PENNOCK ft SON, 103
Fourth avenue. ap7-fll
-TTTANTED-PABTIES WHO HAVE MONEY
YY to Invest In either large or small amounts
to address, with full name, H. W., Dispatch
office, who will call upon them with an Interest In
a well-established business which will net them at
least 12 per cent. apl3-79-Tussu
-TTTANTED-SECOND-HAND CABPETS AND
VV furniture: rash paid at your house. Ad
dress PITTSBURG AUCTION AND STORAGE
CO., 93 Third ave. aplO-82
WANTED STUDENTS OF SHORTHAND
desiring to acquire expert speed to rail for
full partlaulan at MARTIN'S SHORTHAND
SCHOOL, 412 Wood St. ap!2-18
WANTED-HOUSEHOLD GOODS TO SELL
at our salesrooms, or on the premises: sat
isfaction guaranteed. PITTSBURG AUCTION
AND SfOKAGE CO., 93 Third ave. aplO-82
WANTEDEVERYBODY TO KNOW APRIL
Is the last month for cabinets at fl 00 per
doz. at ELITE GALLERY. 616 Market St., Pitts
bnrg, Pa.; come early; bring children; use eleva
-TTTANTED CUSTOMERS FOB CASH BAR
W GAINS-Elgln. sllverine watches. S5,S7, fs:
Elgin gold ladles' watches, CO, 23, S2S; nickel
clocks 75 cts.: 1S-17 Rogers' knives and forks, 81 75
per set. JOHN MTISCH, Jeweler. 130 Federal st.
FOB, SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
TTiOR SALE-ON TANNEHILL ST.. CITY, A
J nice brick honee of 5 rooms: good lot: a bar
gain. ALEXANDER ft LEE, 313 Wood St.
FOB SALE-A GOOD BRICK DWELLING
house of 6 rooms on Logan st. ; price only
14,200. C. BER1NGEK ft bON. 103 Fourth ave.
FOB S ALE-IL 400-ON LINE OF WYLIE AVE.
cable, new, 4-room house with finished attic;
a rare bargain. J. B. COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth
are. . apl3-93
FOB SALE A GOOD, BRICK DWELLING
house of 7 rooms, bath, hall, vestibule, wash
house, etc.. on EoberU St., 4,700. C BERING ER
ft SON, 103 Fourth ave. apl3-74-Tussu
FOR SALE CHEAP LITTLE HOME ON
Grey's road, near Brownsville ave.; 4 rooms
and good cellar: price 800; lot 64x81. J. C.
BE1LLY, 77 Diamond St. ap7-112-TTSSn
FOB SALE-FOUR-ROOMED BRICK HOUhE
and finished attic; good-sized lot. on Roberts
st., near Center ave.- price only 2,800. C. BER
ING ER & bON, 103 Fourth ave. apl3-74-TusSu
FOR8ALE-GRANDV1EW AVE.. MT. WASH
INGTON, several very desirable properties
ranging In price from 1,000 up. For particulars
see J. B. COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth ave. apl3-9S
FOR SALE-MILLER STREET-GOOD BRICK
(dwelling of 7 rooms, hall, vestibule, good
cellar, both gases and water: 4,000: to suit.
ALLES ft BAILEY. 1S4 Fourth ave. Telephone
T7I0R SALE-ON HARRISON ST., NEAB
J Forty-ninth 2 2-sty. frame dwellings of 4
and 6 rooms: price 3,900: will net purchaser 8 per
cent; lot 22x100 to alley. J.C. BEILLT, 77 Diamond
T70R SALE MT. WABHINGTON-ANUMBEB
JO of houses of from 3 to 8 rooms in different
parts of Mt Washington, ranging in prices from
ft. 300 to 3, 500. C. BEB1NGEB ft SON, 103 Fourth
T7OB SALE-10 PER CENT INVESTMENT,
j good 7-room brick house, lot 2SX104, Eleventh
ward. 5 minutes to Court House: price 2,500; easy
terms. W. W. JUCNE1LL ft BRO., 105 Fourth
IOR 8ALE-3,SO0 BUYS 123 CLARK ST., BEC.
OND bouse from Miller St. : nice brick dwell.
lng of 7 rooms, hall, oath room, both gases, good
cellar. ALLES ft BAILEY, 161 Fourth aveT Tele,
phone 167. apll-12
FOB SALE CLARK ST. DWELLINGS-TWO
8-room bricks at 3, too and 4,000; one 6-room
brick at S3, 000, and one 5-room brick at 2. 800; call
quick for a bargain. C. BERING EK ft bON 101
Fourth ave. apl3-74-Tussu
-f7H)K SALE-A BAHGAIN-A CHATHAM" ST.
JZ brick hsuse, 6 rooms, also two frame houses
In rear, fronting on State; lot 20x96: rent $540: 10
per cent net Investment. J. it. COOPER ft CO.,
107 Fourth avenue. apl3-9S
OR SALE CONGRESS ST.-CHEAP 3-STOEY
brick dwelling. 9 rooms, hall, bath, range, h.
and c. water, marble mantels; a well-built house
and good repair; terms to suit. J. B. COOPEB ft
CO., 107 Fourth are. apl3-95
FOB SALE 2,550 500 CASH, BALANCE
yearly, buys 66 Congress St., nice brick bouse
of 4 rooms, good cellar, side alley, sewen: lot20x
90: rents for 18 per mouth. ALLES ft BAILEY,
164 Fourth ave. Telephone 167. apll-12
TTtOB SALE-ON CONGRESS ST., BRICK
JO dwelling S rooms and finished attic etc : also
frame house of S rooms, kitchen and attic, etc.,
on Elm St.; lot 20x90 to Elm St. ALLES ft
BAILEY, 184 Fourth ave. Tel. 167. apH-73
T7OB SALE BLUFF BTBEET, NEAR COL
JD LEGE, new brick houses rooms, ball, bath
room, inside w. c, finished basement: a complete
bonse. all late Improvements; lot 23 feet 9 Inches
by 133 feet, BO BERT COWARD, No. 20 BluS
TTIOR SALE WEBSTEB AVENUE. NEAB
JD Roberts street, a great bargain, good brick
house of 8 rooms and storeroom: now occupied as
grocery; first-class location lot, 20x127. to Heat
ing's aUey: easy terms. J. B. COOPEB ft CO.,
lOfFourth ave. apl3-95
IOB BALE-ON TUNNEL ST., NEAB WY
T.ITC avenne: lot 40X80 feet, with 2 larre dwell.
lngs; all renting ior ssw per momn; mis property
will now pay handsomely on the price asked and
enhance rapidly In the future. W. A. HEREON
ft bONS, 80 Fourth avenue
TTIOB SALE-ONLY 6,500 IF SOLD AT ONCE
JD 3 acres of ground, with 4 dwellings, front
ing Bntler St., In tbe Eighteenth ward, now pay
ing a gbod income on the price asked, beside an
assurance that the property will rapidly enhance
In value. W. A. HEBRON ft SONS. No. 80
Fourth ave, ap6-35-W8
OR SALE HOUSE AND LOT, 629 FIFTH
i,.. at auction, estate of John Schwelnitet-
ter, deceased: sale on pjemlses Thursday, April
18, at 2 o'clock: lot 40X100: excellent brick bouse
Six rooms, attic and cellar; Immediate possession;
open dally for inspection from l till 8 o'clock:
terms 2,1)00 cash in ten dsys, balance to suit
buyer; a grand chance to get a nice, cheery, com
fortable home. A. LEO GATE ft SON, Auction
eers, 31 Federal St., Allegheny. apl2-41
B SALE A MAGNIFICENT BLUFF
street residence, overlooking tbe Mononffa-
hela river, containing 8 elegant large and band
someiy paperea joudu, eauirgc ciuacu, range, n,
and cwater, Inside w. c, wasbstands, both gases,
elite mantels; all the modern conveniences: a de
sirable neighborhood: this property will be sold
cheap If taken at once; Immediate possession.
BLACK BA1KD, 95 Fourth ave.
, ' p-8rlJjlAiM.7,l.lS1303,!,aK138,3r
FOR SALE IMPROVED. REAL ESTATE
FOB SALE-OOSNETt WYLTE AVENUE AND
Caramel alley. Thirteenth ward, a .neat
2-story brick dwelling of S rooms and finished
attic: lot 20x80 feet; low price and easy tenns, JS
quire at GERM AN IA T HAVINGS BANK, 3
Wood street. des-198-war
East End Resioencem..
T?OB8ALK-A PROPERTY ON FIFTH AVJi
JD NUE, Oakland, opposite the power house. C.
H. LO VET 93 Fourth avenue, apl-8S
C ING In price from 3,800 to 6,000, near cable
line, at Oakland. C. H.LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue.
FOB 8ALE-I1.700 FOB FINE LABGE LOT
and two frame bouses, good location. Six
teenth ward, near cable cars: Jpoo cash; 12per cent
investment. W. W. MCNEILL ft BRO.. 105
Fourth ave. apll-23
FOR SALE-OAKLAND DWELLING OF 4
rooms; a good brick with two lots 40x90, on
Atwood St., near Forbes; call at office and see
this bargain; terms easy. BLACK ftBAIKD, 95
Fourth ave. ap9-86-Tnwre
TTIOR 8ALE-IN THE EAST END. S MINUTES
X) from Liberty station-brick dwelling of lu
rooms: lot 100x130 ft. : on paved avenue; street im
provements paid; a desirable location. ALEX
ANDER ft LEE, 313 Wood st. apl3-70
TTIOB SALE-K0.030-BOB1SON 8T..COB.F1FTH
JD are.. Oakland; lot 254 feet frontage; 10 first
class brick dwellings:, all Improvements; rental
LOOOperyear: bargain and investment. ALLES
ft B ALLEY, 164 Fourth ave; teL 167. ap!2-81-W8
TTOE BALE-tlLOOO-ON EASY TERMS WILL
JD buy one of the finest residences in East End.
having 12 rooms, all madern Improvements: large
lot on a paved and sewered street; 2 minutes from
station. REED B. CO YLEft CO., 131 Fourth ave.
OR SALE-A NEAT 8-ROOM HOUSE, WITH
ulce lot. In the East End. ontlsrnons to rail
road ana station; 8 rooms, natural gas, porches,
cellar, ball, etc, etc; 3,000, on easy payments:
possession given at once. JAS. W. DRAPE ft
CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. apIS-98-D
FOB SALE-(7,500-NIAGABA ST., SECOND
house from Craft, ave; two squares from
cable can: lot 100x200: frame dwelling 8 rooms,
vestibule, hall, porches, cellar, both gases, etc;
carriage house and stable; neighborhood fint
class. ALLES ft BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave.: tele
phone 167. ap 12-82
FOB 8ALE-AT A REDUCED PRICE-NEW
Queen Anne residence and good lot, in the
East End. near Hlland and Penn avennes, nat
ural gas, bath, w. c, etc., etc.; everything new
and In prime order; immediate possession: will
be sold at a great bargain. JAS. W. DRAPE ft
CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. apl3-97-D
TTOB 8AL E-1S,000-OAKLAND INVESTMENT:
JD Immediate possession; large and substantial
12-room dwelling; ball In center; water, gas and
all conveniences, with lot. containing over one
frontage on first-class street;best neighborhood
in Oakland: small cash payment down, balance
long time. 8AMUELW. BLACK ft CO.,99 fourth
FOB BALE NEW QUEEN ANNE BRICK
dwelling, 7 rooms, finished attic, reception
hall with fire place, bath, inside w, c, stationary
wash stand, b. and c. water, pantry, front and
rear porches, laundry, electrlcoells, china closet,
natural gas, bay window, sliding doors, slate
mantels, plate glass windows finished In first-class
style and very complete, lot 38x190 feet to alley;
convenient to Shadyslde station and cable cars:
prlce8,000;'termsveryeasy. L. O. FRAZ1ER,
Forty-fifth and Butler sts. spll-30-TTS
FORSALE BIFFE STREET, N EAR HUj AND
avenne. East End, a new 12-room Queen
Anne frame dwelling, reception ball, vestibule,
bath, laundry, inside w. c's, stationary w. s
range. Inside shutters, both gases, slate mantels,
tile hearths, art grates, sliding doors, porches,
pantry, large closets, china closet, piste and
stained glass windows, llagstonesldwalks;street
paved and sewered; lot 40x120; only 8,000; terms
easy. REED B. COYLE ft CO., 131 Fourth ave.
TTIOR SALE-WESTMINSTER STREET, CON
JD VENIENT to cable and Bbadyslde station,
new Queen Anne brick of8 large rooms, hall, vesti
bule, bath, laundry, Inside w,c stationary w. s.,
both gases, cabinet hardwood mantels with tile
facings throughout, tile hearths, fancy grates,
pantry, range, china closet, Inside shutters,
sliding doors, bay windows, porches, plate and
stained glass wlnaows finished in the best of
style, cupboards and closets In abundance; rents
for SO per month; only 7,500; (1.000 cash, balance
25 per month with Interest. REED B. COYLE ft
CO., HI Fourth ave. apl3-71
FOR SALE AN ELEGANT BRICK RESI
DENCE of 9rooms.onBlrerave, near Ninth
st. bridge, Allegheny; price only 86, 600. C.BER
INGER ft SON, 103 Fourth ave ap!3-74-TUS8u
FOB BALEHANDSOME MODERN HOUSE,
all conveniences and large lot, choice loca
tion, BidweU street, Allegheny; low price;
easy terms. JNO. H. M'CBEEBY, 95 Fifth are.
FOB SALE-LOVELY HOME IN SECOND
ward, Allegheny; new S-room frame, hall,
vestibule, slate mantels, etc; large lot; 2,600.
BALTENBPEBGER ft WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth
FOR BALE-1,600 WILL BUY YOU A NEW
6-room frame house delightful location,
Second ward, Allegheny; near to street ears; easy
terms. W. W. MCNEILL ft BBO., 105 Fourth
FOR SALE-A BARGAIN TO A QUICK
buyer! 2-story and mansard frame dwelling
of 8 rooms, in Fifth ward. Allegheny: lot 20x93;
fiOOO. BALTENSPERGEB ft WILLIAMS. 154
ourth avenue. apl3-9
FOR SALE AT A BAKGAIN-A NEW HOU8E
of handsome design with all modern Improve
ments, McCUntock are , Allegheny, near new
electric road, having 6 full-sized rooms finished
attic ball, vestibule Inside shutters, large pantry,
cedar, china and other large closets, elegant gas
fixtures, slate mantels, electric bells, both gases,
city water, laundry with stationary tubs, batb,
inside w. c and stationary w. s.; furnace! n cellar;
plumbing and drainage the best; bouse finely pa
pered throughout; porches, slate roof, and lot
40x135. REEDB. COYLE ft CO., 131 Fourth ave.
TTKIR BALE-IN WILK1NSBURG, NEAB STA
JD TION, new house of 6 rooms, hall, cellar,
water, gas, sliding doors, finished attic porches,
slate mantels, etc E. D. WINGENROTH, 100
Fourth ave. aD4-Sl-4,5,9,H,13
FOR SALE-SEVERAL HOUSES AND LOTS
at Wllklusburg, Brnshton, etc., at less tban
their real value, at the present time varying In
price from 11,250 up to 5,000; many of these prop
erties are very desirable and will meet with ready
sale. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth ave. apll-21-Thssu
FOB SALE VEBY FINE SUBURBAN RESI
DENCE, brick house of 14 rooms, well Im
proved: 6 acres of ground: will sell tbe bonse with
2 acres, or will sell off part of the grounds In acre
plots: beautifully located at Howard station, near
Homestead, P., V. ft C. B. B. W. A. HEBRON
ft SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave. ap2-90-2,4,6,,13
TpOB SALE WILKINSBURG. KELLY ST.,
X' S minutes' walk from station, good Queen
Anne dwelling of 7 rooms, reception hall, bath,
slate mantels, wasbstand, all tbe latest Improve
ments; large lot 43x122; next lot ssmo size: can be
bought lfdeslred. st a reasonable price. BLACK
ft BAIRD, 95 Fourth avenue. apl0-51
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE BLUFF ST.. NEAB COLLEGE,
lot 23 ft. 9 In. by 141 ft., ROBERT COWARD,
20 Bluff st. mhlO-28-TTS8n
TTIOB SALE-CORNER LOT. 70x80 FT.. IN
JD First ward, city; cheap. BPENCEB 4
GLOSSEB. 419 Smithfleld st. ap9-53
IE SALE VACANT LOT, GOOD SIZE, ON
U.a.1 .. . ,.4i.M tnl. tW, .1-.. . -...,.. mm
JL. UM.. .,..,,..,. vuaj Yuw, .UU JIUIIIUC. "
Watt St., near Dinwiddle st., from 8500 to 000
each. Of BERINGER ft SON, 103 Fourthave.
TTIOB SALE-ON SECOND AVE., NEAB ROSS
JD St.. beautiful property containing about a
third of an acre, fronting 114 feet on Secondare.
W. A. HEBRON ft SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
TiWR 8ALE-LOTS, LOTS, LOTSrONLY 4 MIN
X UTES from Court House one square from
Fifth ave. cable line and in locality that Is rapidly
improving: 4 good building lots. 20x90 each, at a
bargain and easy terms. J. R. COOPER ft CO.,
107 Fourth ave. apl3-95
FOR SALE-LOT FRONTING 63 FEET ON
Filth avenue one squire from Court House;
one of tbe best properties now In tbe market;
must be sold within 30 days, as the owner is going
to leave tbe city on account of falling health.
SPENCEB ft GLOSSEB, 419 bmithfleld St.
East End Lota.
TTIOR SALE-FINE BUILDING LOT ON BOND
C street, near Hlland ave. East End; 40x100 ft.
to alley. ALEXANDER ft LEE, 813 Wood St.
FOR 8ALEONE OF THE FINEST BUILDING
sites on Fifth avenne, near Shadyslde; will sell
for less than market value C. H. LOVE, 93
Fourth avenne. apl3-88
FOE SALE 16j ACRES ON LEUINGTON
avenue near Lincoln avenue East End; a
very desirable property to subdivide Into lots. C
H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue. apl3-88
TTH)B BALE 2 ACRES OF GROUND, EAST
JD EN D, close to railroad station : Is well suited
for laying ont In lots; a rare bargain to settle up
an estate. JAS. W.DBAPE ft CO., 129 Fourtn
avenue, Pittsburg. apl3-99-uws
TTIOR SALE TWO CHOICE-BUILDING LOTS,
a? Bennett street. Bank of Commerce addition,
Brushton station; each 40x139 feet to alley; price
low and terms easy. JOHN F. BAXTER, Agent,
112 Smithfleld street. ap7-53-TT8Su
TTIOR BALE-THREE ACRES OF BEAUTIFUL
JD land on Stanton ave, near Hlland; situation
unsurpassed: line fruit aud shade trees; price and
terms reasonable. Inquire of D. C NEGLEY,
6108 Penn ave. East End. Jal9-12-TTS
FOB SALE-CHOICE LOTS AT DALLAS STA
TION. P. K. R.. convenient to tam and
street cars; cheap and on easy terms; situation un-
urpassca; nnce ranging srom hub io ssuo. inqum
ofD. C. NEGLEY, 6106 Penn ave, East End.
TTIOB BALE-LOTS, LOTS, LOT3-A BABGA1N
JD If sold soonll lotSOxloofl. on Penn ave..
near Wlneblddle st . prlco 1,150, worth 1.300: and
3 lots 20x100 each on Dearborn st.; price for the 3
lots 81,450, at terms to suit purchaser; worth 800
each. OHOS. MCCAFFREY. 3509 Butler St.
FORSALE NEARLY TEN ACRES OF GOOD
land adlolnlng Highland Park. East End:
this property Is well salted for dividing Into lots,
and will sell rapidly at a handsome profit: this
property can be bought (if applied for quick) for
10,000: it will make over 150 lots of 20x100 feet
each, and will sell easily from 150 to 500 each as
to location; I wiupay (680 for my choice ef a lot in
It myself. C H, LOVE, No. 98 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE LOTS.
Allegheny Ltfta. -
TTIOR SALE-A LARGE LOT ON PEKBY8
Jj VILLE avenue, Allegheny, on line or electric
cars; 37x177 feet: splendid locality. JAS. W.
DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth avenue Pittsburg.
TiWR BALE-LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
X' avenues and Lombard street. Allegheny, In
theTenthandTwelrtb wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH MON AUGHER, 43 N. Diamond st.
B BALE CHOICE LABGE LOTS IN
Hlflorrwwl Plr near street ears and
kuuvis, city water, nsianu uu ukuuki r-t
etc: li neat handsome houses now on this plan,
costing about 50,000: low prices and easy tarms.
SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave.
FOB 8ALE-LOT 320X122 ON FBANKLIN ST.,
Wllklnsburg. near station, at very low price.
McCUNE ft COUL1ER, Agents, 98 Fourth are.
FOR BALE-LOTS. AT TORRENS, BRUSH
TON, Wllklnsburg. Edgewood, Swlssrale
and Urlnton stations. P. K. it.; low prices and
easy terms. McCUNE 4 COULTER, Agents, 98
Fourth ave. apl3-84
IOR SALE-LOTS AT EM3WOKTH, CON-
VTNIPVTtft .t.tlAn, nnpnf thA finest loca
tions on tbe Fort Wayne road; large beautiful
lots at low prices; call andseeplan. J. B. COOPER
ft CO., 107 Fourth ave. apl3-W
TTIOR BALE AT A VEBY LOW PRICE TO
JD close uj an estate, 6 large lots, between Ems
worth and Laurel station, near Ft. Wavne B. B.,
having 50 ft. front by 800 ft. deep, from 300 to 500
apiece, c. BERINGER ft SON, 103 ourth ave.
TTHIR SALE LOTS AT SHABPSBURG WE
JJ have sold all but seven of the Ipts in Bradlex's
Slan, adjoining Seltz's glass works, near
umner station, on West Pcun Railroad: we will
be on tbe premises Saturday, or this week, at 3
o'clock to close them out: prices. 200 and .m
A. LEGGATE ft SON, 31 Federal St., Allegheny,
FOR SALE-200 FINE BUILDING LOTS ON
Lincoln avenue borough of Avalon, only S
minutes' walk from Avalon station. P., Fl. W. ft
C. It. It , and lOmlnutes' ride from cltr, on line of
projected electric road; price from 200 to 400
each; terms 25 cash and balance In monthly pay
ments, without Interest. GRABBING ft LYON,
135 Fourth avenue. apll-94
POR SALE LOTS THE P1TTSBUBG NA1"L
Bank of Commerce has a very few lots left at
Wllklnsburg, all well situated and very desirable;
also at Edgewood: for persons wishing large lots
for less money, they have quite a number pleas
antly situated on the hillside commanding a beau
tiful view of the whole valley: they, will be sold
free of taxes for 1839 on very easy terms. Apply at
the BANK. fe27-Il-WB
T?OR 8 ALE-OB TO LET-A FABM NEAB CITY
JJ and railroad station: terms reasonable. In
quire MRS. JACOBY, 3708 Bntler St. ap!3-25
FOR BALE AT A BARGAIN. 12 ACRES OF
ground near Wlldwood station, A. V. B. R. ;
price very low. McCUNE ft CO CLTEB, Agents,
98 Fourth ave apl3-81
IOB SALE-A SMALL FARM-OF 18 ACRES,
near railroad and citv: dweUinffS and out-
bulldlnca. orchard, ptr... etc.: nrlce onlr S2.S00.
JAS. W. DRAPEft CO., 129 Fourth avenue Pitts-
FORSALE 424 ACRES VALUABLE TIMBER
land in Westmoreland countv, six miles from
Llgonlerand six miles from Derry; would ex
change for Pittsburg or Allegheny property.
GEOvJOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth are. apl3-18
FOR SALE-20 ACRES AND 84 PERCHES ON
Brownsville road, about one mile beyond
White Hall and near White Hall station, B. ft O.
R. R. ; will sell for less than its value, and on
very easy payments lfdeslred. C. H. LOVE. fo.
93 Fourth avenue. apl?-es
FOB SALE-OB EXCHANGE-EXCELLENT
farm or252 acres; lies level and rolling: brick
house, 10 rooms; large bank Darn, orchard good
fruit, board fences, splendid water, limestone
soil; near large towns and railroad; not far from
city; will exchange for city property or stocks.
GRABBING ft LYON, 135 Fourth avenue.
TTKJR BALE-.AT RAILROAD STATION. TOWN
JD convenient to Pittsburg, 10 acres, 5 acres
orchard; also small fruits by the acre; good,
large cottage 8 rooms, 2 balls, cellar, veran
da, frame bank barn, outbuildings; fenced;
good water: fine views over Oblo river and ad
jolnlngtowns; everything complete and In good
order: only 3,200. ED WTTTISB, 410 Grant St.,
Pittsburg. Pa. aplO-30-D
FOR SALE "DANDY" FARM 280 ACRES
Llegsnt 10-room house fine barn, and all In
good repair, mostly bottom land and fronts on
railroad, abont 25 miles from Pittsburg; price
g 5,000: open for bids; is called the best farm In
eaver county; also 80 acres, 4-room house barn,
orchard, etc., 6 miles from Beaver Falls, for
2,500; easy payments. Bend for new farm and ex.
list. N. F. HURST, Real Estate Agent, Rochester,
IOR SALE-A VEBY SUPERIOR GRAZING
and stock farm, in Fauauler countv. Vir
ginia. 40 miles south of Washington city, onealle
from W arrenton Junction, Virginia Si. R. R. ;
1.008 acres: highly improved, well watered, band
some residence with modern Improvements,
stone grist mill, cattle house etc.: this valuable
property will be sold as a whole or In two parts at
a sacrifice Address A. N. BASTABLE. 27 West
North ave., Baltimore. ap2-6-TT8Su
FOR 8 ALE-FIVE ACRES OF G BO UND WITH
IN three minutes' walk of R. B. sta ; land Is
level and well watered. Apply to ALEXANDER
ft LEE, No. 813 Wood St. apI.t-70-D
FOR 8 ALE ATLANTIC CITY, N.J HOTELS,
boarding houses, cottages, lots and bath
houses to let or for sale by I. G. ADAMS ft CO.,
real estate agents. Real Estate and Law Building,
Atlantic City, N. J. apS-9-D
TTIOR BALE-BY THOMAS MCCAFFREY,
JD Leading Real Estate Agent, 3509 Butler st.
Cor. Seventeenth st. and Penn ave , one-story
brick honeshoelng shop: rents for 8400: business
established for 20 years; also 2-story brick dwell
ing of 7 rooms, finished attic, bath, etc., hot and
cold water; rents for 450; rare bargain; any rea
sonable offer will be accepted, as tbe property
must be sold at once
ft, 150 Cor. Omaha and Merrimac sts., lot 25x80,
with 2-story brick dwelling of S rooms; rare bar
gain: 200 cash, monthly payments for the balance.
(800 In rear of schoolhouse on Thirty-seventh
St.. lot 20x100; rare bargain; very easy payments.
83.500 Cor. Yew and Mathilda sts., lot 140x150.
for 3,600, or will divide in lots 20x150, at $550 for
tbe corner and o00 each for the rest; very easy
750 each In rear of schoolhouse on Thirty
seventh street. 2 lots 20x100 each, and 750 on easy
payments or 700 cash, each.
425each-On Dolphin St., 2 lots 23x100 each;
fAWO-Cor. Thirty-eighth and Mifflin sts., lot
24x100, with frame house of 4 rooms, shingle roof
and stone cellar; very easy payments.
3.100-No. 4904 Hatfield St.; lot 20x96, having
erected thereon a 2-story frame or 6 rooms and fin
ished attic and a 2-story frame tin roof and stone
cellar house of 4 rooms; rare bargain; rents for
1,600-At Walls station, lot 37x100, with frame
building occupied as barber shop; one-half or all
(1,750 At Braddoek, between Swlssvale and
Hawkins stations, P. B. B., one and one-fourth
(1M) acres, nearly level ground; good chance or
speculation: terms cash: rare bargain.
(1,800 Drygoods store on Penn are.. Twelfth
ward; rent (18 per month; stock well Invoiced for
(1,800; the commission on the laundry business
will pay rent.
1,150-For lot on Penn are.. 20x100, and 8500
each for 3 lots on Dearborn street; size, 20x100;
t300 On Penn are. between Twentieth and
Twenty-first sts., lot 24x100 with 2 brick dwellings
of store and S rooms and double attic in each; rare
bargain; one-third cash, bal. to suit purchaser.
(3,250 At Hoboken, W. P. R. B., on Freeport
road, lot 40x165 with new frame house of eight
rooms and large hall, nat. gas, water, front and
back porches, fruit trees, grapevines; rare bar
gain, one-third or one-quarter cash, bal. to suit
(1,900 Lot on Butler St.. Eighteenth ward, next
to Byrne ft McCabe's stable: size 2Jxl2S ft., at
terms to suit.
H 500 On Forty-fifth st , above Davison,
lot 22x100, with a new brick dwelling of hall,
vestibule seven rooms, batb, hot and cold water,
w. c: every wall and celling Is papered; house Is
painted, hardwood finish throughout; inside
shutters, elate mantels,, etc.; one-half or one
third cash, bal. to suit.
(2.400 At Derry station, Westmoreland Co , 5K
acres In Llgonler blue stone belt, with frame
house of 2 rooms and stone cellar; log house or 3
rooms, barn, etc.; 200 fruit trees and plenty of
water; at terms to suit purchaser; worth (4,000.
too On Klncald St.. Nineteenth- ward, 13 lots,
22x110 each, at (400 each; (5 down, monthly pay
ments for the balance. ' '
W.OCO-3427 Butler street, lot 18xl00,bavlng erect
ed thereon brick dwelling of store 4 rooms and
finished attic, nat. and art. gas; everything sew
ered: new roor: at terms to suit purchaser.
(2,500 On Liberty are., near Wlneblddle sc, lot
40x100, at terms to suit purchaser.
(900 On Liberty ave., near Thirty-ninth St., 4
lots, 20x100, 3900 each, at terms to snlt.
(3.200-On Bayard st., rear of H.Rea's residence,
lot 68x181, at terms to suit.
For genuine bargains in houses and lots all over
the two cities and county, for cash and easy pay
ments, call on THOS. MCCAFFREY, Beal Estate
and Inurance Agent and Notary Public 3509 Bnt
ler st. Oflice open evenings. Telephone connec
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-GENERAL STORE IN COUNTRY
town; choice stock, good trade; community
highly moral: excellent private academy nearby:
a rare opportunity; reason for selling, death ot
bead proprietor. For partlcnlan address E.
GAMBLE; Rogers, O. mh28-33-a
FOR SALE-RETAIL FURNITURE STORE A
splendid business opportunity in the
thriving city of East Liverpool, Ohio; the owners
desiring to engage in the manufacture of a pat
ented specialty, offer a splendid bargain: the op
fiortunlty or a lifetime to step into a well-estab-ished
trade LOCK BOX 72, East Liverpool, O.
FOR SALE-AN INTEREST IK A LARGE AND
prosperous general store In a growing manu
facturing town near the city: an old established
stand and doing a fine paying business: to a gen
tleman of Integrity and experience and who conld
take charge ofons or two or the departments tuls
is an exceedingly good opening; references given
and required. Particulars confidentially from
JAS. W. DRAPEft CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pitts
FOB SALE VALUABLE COAL LANDS IN
West Virgin la-2, 300 acres or tbe choicest
bituminous coat lands in W. Vs., 40 miles from
Piedmont, on the W. Va. Central ft P. R. R.,
which road winds through the tract for live miles;
it has 7 veins of coal; the celebrated 11-foot vein,
as fine a coal as Is In the U.S. underlies every acre
and has been located by the diamond drill: for
sale in whole or In Can. Apply to FAIRFAX
uittax, a. ft ja. CO., r, v. .box d .Baltimore,
FOR SALE BUSINESS. ,
B 18ALE-BTORE ON THE MAIN JVBU
NESS street otNew Castle Pa., doing. (W,0
business per year?1 capItalTeqnlred about (s,o;
terms easy; gooa reasons ior selling. """
P. H., Dispatch office ap!2-37
F(B SALE-GENERAL STORE IN COUNTY
seat wltbin 40 miles or Pittsburg, doing abusl
ness of 830,000 per year; 111 health the only canse
for selling.' Inquire of J. A. NEWELL, care
Arbuckles ft Co., Liberty st. ap9-36-TT8
TTIOR SALE-LEASE AND IMPROVEMENTS,
JJ or band brickyard, near Rochester, Pa.;
first-class clay for 20 yean; will be sold cheap:
good reasons for selling: particulars rrom BAL
TENSPERGER ft WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth ave
TTIOB BALE-IN THORN CREEK DISTRICT,
X a one-half interest in an oil lease covering
territory surrounded by paying wells: rare
chance. Address JAS. E. CBE1GHTON ft CO.,
Real Estate Brokers. Room 24, cor. Federal and
Isabella sts., Allegheny. apl3-7S
TTOB" SALE SEVERAL FINE GROCERY
JD stores In Alleghcnj and Pittsburg at low
prices: drug stores, cigar stores, bakeries, con
fectioneries, boarding houses, sboe stores, print
ing office, coal works, gents' furnishing store
hotels; all good bnslness openings. SUEPABD
ft CO.. M .Fifth ave ap9
" Business Stands.
TTIOR, SALE-(6,750, TEEMS TO SUIT, BUYS 107
JD Grant St.; business property: store and 5
rooms and ball: blir bargain. ALLES ft BAILEY,
164 Fourth ave Telephone 167. apl2-80
FOR SALE A BABGAIN-BUSINESS PROP
ERTY Penn ave, near Pourteehth St.,
storeroom and dwelling rooms: also stable In
rear; lot 20x100 to alley. For Information, call
on BLACK ft BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
TTK)B SALE-ON WATER BT,, BETWEEN
JD Grant and Smithfleld sts.. opposite the new
B. ft O. depot; lot 30x160. through to Flnt avenue
with buildings now paying a good Income W.
A. HERRON ft SONS, No, 80 Fourth ave.
TTIOR BALE-SIXTHbTBEETBUSlNESS PBOP
JD ERTY ; wide deep lot. good building; rented
to good tenants, and paying from a to 7 per eent
net above all expenses, besides enhancement in
value SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO., 99 Fourth
FOB SALE-BLACKSMITH SHOP-ONE OF
tbe best stands for business In either city is
offered by us for sale; tbe property can be had at
a bargain If sold soon. Further particulars from
JAS.W. DKAPE4 CO., 179 Fourth avenue, Pitts
burg. ' apl3-97-D
FOB SALE-CABSON STREET. 8. 8., BUSI
NESS property: No.lU Carson St., (4,000;Nos.
158 and ISO Carson st., lot 50x400 ft., (20,000: No.
2107 Carson St., (8.000; No. 1609 Carson st,, (10.000;
No. 405 Canon st. 5,ono; Carson and Thirty
fourth sts., 84,600. ALLES ft BAILEY, 164 Fourth
ave Telephone 167. apiw-ms
FIB BALE-2 BUSINESS HOUSES, ON A
good business street in Allegheny City; will
sell them both for (S. 000 If applied for soon, this
groperty is worth (10,000 to-day, and wUl only
e offered at this low price ror a few days: this Is
a good Investment and sure to Increase In value
C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth ave apU-n-ThSSa
FOB 8ALEON LINE OF B. K.. ABOUT 4S
mUes west or Pittsburg, a good license hotel.
2-story frame, 13 rooms, good barn, on-half acre
or ground; doing a good business, and within one
mile or a good mining town with 300 employes:
property,, license good will, etc.. for ayno. If
sold at once; good reasons for selling. THOS.
LIGGETT. 114 Fourth ave. ap5-23-TT88U
' BLachincrr and Metals.
F)B SALE- REMINGTON TYPEWB1TEB3
at the lowest cash prices or on the Installment
plan. A. M MARTIN, 412 Wood St. apl2-18
FOB SALE-2 HORIZONTAL ENGINES, 18x22.
lUall engine 1 small dynamo and 2 lamps and
meat choppers, rendering kettles, etc VELTE ft
MCDONALD, Penn ave, cor. Thirty-second st-jei6-163-rTS
FOB SALE-IRON PLANER, 24-1N.X5FT.;
Howe metal scales, vertical boiler, 44 in. x 8
ft. and smaller sizes: vertical and horizontal en
gines: miscellaneous machinery. FAHEY ft
PFALLER. Faber and Washington sts., near
Union depot. ap24-vJa-TTS
llorses. Vehicles. Live Stock, dec
TTIOB SALE-A FINE YOUNG HORSE-DABK,
JD dapple brown, 16 bands: very stylish-. May
be seen ior a lew nays siau.u i&a-n jlliui si.,
jnjXt OALIb A UUUU UltAl aAAU vjr
JD draught hones and one black driving horse.
THOMAS, CARLIN'JS SONS, Lacocfc and San
dnsky sts., Allegheny. apl2-t0
... a -. . r-nm. nr . v r-B a 1 iv
OK SALB-3 HORSES AND FEDDLER'B
waron will be sold at Rhodes and Wagner's:
auction sale 77 Federal at., Allegheny, on Tues
day. April 18, at 4 o'clock; sale of roods begins at
10 o'clock. A, LEGGATE ft BON, Anctloneen.
FOB SALE 2,000 SAWED LOCU8TTPOSTS.
Inquire or Z. W. CABMACK, Brownsville
wharfboat, foot or Smith held st. apll-19
FOB3ALE-FUBMTUBE, HORSE. BUGGIES,
etc., 629 Fifth avenne at auction. FRIDAY,
April 19. at 2 o'clock. There are lace curtains,
Brnssets carpets, secretary, wardrobes, marble top
dressing bureau, wasbstand and tables, bedsteads,
mattresses, .sola, hair seat and cane seat chairs,
lounge clocks, hatrack, pictures, aquarium,
plants, two superior, leather top buggies, nearly
new, driving, mare, several dozen stonemason
tools, cement, harness, etc., etc. A. LEGGATE ft
SON, Anctloneen. ap!2-41
EOR BALE -CONFECTIONERY .STOCK AT
auction: thewholesale and retail confection
ery or Rhodes ft Wagner, 77 Federal St., Alleghe
ny, declining business, will be sold to the trade
on Tuesday, April 18, at 10 o'clock: great variety
or confectionery and material used in manmac
turlng, nuts, fruits, cigan. canned goods, orna
ments, fine store fixtures, counters, show cases,
scales, furnaces, bakers' supplies, boards, molds,
knives, etc, in endleas assortment; three hones,
large peddling wagon, harness, etc., etc ; every
thing must be sold without reserve; retail confec
tioners specially invited. A. LEGGATE ft BON,
TO LET-HOUSE OF 12 ROOMS ON SECOND
ave. GEO. JOHNSTON, AgL, 62 Fourth
TO LET HOUSE OF ELEVEN ROOMS ON
Penn ave : all modern Improvements. GEO.
JOHNSTON, Agent. 62 Fourth ave. ap!3-18
TO LET-HOUSE OF ELEVEN ROOMS ON
Third ave. ; all modern improvements. GEO.
JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave. apli-18
TO LET-BRICK HOUSE. HALL AND 7
rooms, 195 Fulton st., at (22 per mo. J.M.
SIGNER, No.22BakwellBullalng. ap6-2
of 6 rooms, finished attic, batb. range and
natural gas; only S3 a month. W. A. HERRON
ft BONS; No. 80 Fourth are. ap9-70-TTS
IO LET-816 A MONTH, A GOOD BBICK
hnnse. of 8 rooms, bath, ransre fixture for
natural gas, hot and cold water. No. 168 Plymouth
st. W. A. HERRON ft SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave
Fast End Residences,
IO LET-COB. ROUP AND HOWE ST., NEAB
Fifth ave cable line and Boud station, new
house 10 rooms, large .yard, stable in rear, latest
W, a. n r.r.rwn A DVfla Jo. ou
rpO LET NO. 713 AIKEN AVE.. E. E., GOOD
I house of 6 rooms, finished attic Iite conve
niences, with city sewerage; rent very low to a
satlstactory tenant. W. A. HERRON ft SOUS,
No. 80 Fourth ave. api0-58-Tuws
TO LET-ON REBECCA ST.. NEAB PENN
avenue cable cars. East End, frame dwelling
of 9 rooms bath, hot and cold water, wash bouse
Sood stable etc: rent only SUO0. BLACK ft
AIRD, 95 Fourth avenue. apl0-51
TO LET-NO. 35 LOCUST ST.. ALLEGHENY
CITY, a good 8-room brick bouse with mod
ern Improvements. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth ave
TO LET-HOUSE OF TEN BOOMS ON MON
TEREY St., Allegheny: all modern Improve
ments: finely finished. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent.
62 Fourth are. apl3-18
TO LET-GOOD 7-ROOM BKICK HOUSE. 70
Klrkpatrlck ave.. Second ward Allegheny:
all conveniences; 26: no water tax. W. W. MC
NEILL ft BRO., 105 Fourth ave. apllsZI
TO LET-A LARGE BBICK DWELLING ON
Stockton avenue near i ederal street, Alle
Eheny : 14 rooms, natural gas, etc, etc JAS. W.
'RAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
TO LET-BRICK HOUSE, HALL AND 7
rooms: gratned, sewerage; No. 183 Fulton
street. Allegheny: (22 per month. J. M. STONER,
No. 22 Bakewell Building, corner Grant and Dia
rpo LET-IN THE SECOND WABD, ALLE
L GHENY. 1 square Irom street cars, brick
house ofA rooms and finished attic; both gases,
batb, range w. c. etc., at (26 per month: no
water rent. ALEX AN DEB ft LEE, 313 Wood st.
IO LET ALLEGHENY HOUSES NO. 3
Frazlerst 6 rooms. 821: No. 23 Klrknatrlck
ave.. 6 rooms, 822; No. 252 Federal stv. 4 rooms,
20; No. 63 Hamlin St., 2 rooms, (9 60; Harrison St.,
4 rooms, sii; an souu ave, rooms, iiz; aicuon
aid st,. Eleventh ward. 6 rooms, (18." A. LEG-
GATE ft SON, 31 Federal St.
TO LET-AT INGRAM STATION, HOUSEOF
six rooms. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agt. 62
Fourth ave. apl3-18
TO LET-HOUSE 4JF SEVEN ROOMS, WITH
10 acres ground, at Ingram station. GEO.
JOHNSTON, Agt.. 62 r ourth are aplJ-18
rpO LET-DWELLING HOUSE AT INGRAM.
JL station, P. C ft St. L. R. E., six rooms, fin
ished attic, excellent cellar: lot 50x120. Inquire
or PERCY F. SMITH, S5 Virgin aUey, Pittsburg.
TO LKT-SUBUBBAN RESIDENCE ON B. ft
O. R. K but a lew minutes'- ride from city,
good house 10 rooms, late Improvements, large
yard; rent only 8450 per year. W. A. HEBRON ft
SONS, 80 Fourth avenne. spl3-8S-12,16,19,23
TO LET-HOUSE 10 BOOMS, WITH GARDEN.
stable ete, near Patterson station, P. C. ft
Y. R. B.. and Crafton, P. C. ft St. L. R. B. In
quire or B. K SHAFFERS, Crarton, Pa., or ad
dress F. C B1GGERT. Rochester. Pa. mb21-68
TO LET-MY HOUSE, THIKTEEN ROOMS,
at Laurel Station, Ft. Wayne road, all mod
ern Improvements, stable and carnage house two
acres ground, with liver view. Inquire on pnm
lses, or at ZWUcock street, Allegheny. WM. T.
A sarim en M.
rTlO LET-SUITES OF BOOMS. SUITAK.Z FOB
X light housekeeping. GEO. JOHNSTON,
Agent, 62 Fourth ave apU-U
rpo LET 4 LABGE BOOMS, NATURAL AND
X Illuminating gas. in brick house. K
SCHLUXBEBTEK, 86 Madison ave, Allegheny.
mO LET-CHOICE APARTMENTS TOK LIGHT
X housekeeping; with gas, water and bath. OB
line of street cars. Apply to J. G. MORROW'S
SHOE STORE, 289 Ohio street, Allegheny.
mo LET ROOMS -FACING PABK. -SKCOND-1
story front room with alcove furnished or
unfurnished, with or without board: reference
exchanged. 169 NORTH AVE., Allegheny.
TO I.ET-2 BOOMS HANDSOMELY FUR
NISHED: none better in tbe East End: as a
nlte or aenaratelv: near steam and cable can: oa
vea street; location nrsi-ciass. w. a. hek-
n ft suns, auioonnave. apu-a-xr
rpO LET-TJLRSLr VERY CHEAP. A NICK
JL farm near the city, about 66 acres, dwelling
and outbuildings, large orchard; small fruit, etet
good place for dairy or fruit rarm: will rent very
low to a careful tenant; immediate possession.
JAB. W. DRAPE ft CO., E Fourth avenue Pitts
Offices. Desk Room. dee.
TO LET-OFFICE -ROOM ON GEOrJND
floor, with largefront window, on Wood St.,
near Fourth avenue. ALEXANDER ft LEE, at
W ood st. apJt-68-Tui
rpo LET IN THE MCCAHCE 1TLOCK,
1 Smithfleld. Liberty and Seventh avenue
well-lighted offices, each room fronting on a prin
cipal street; passenger and. merchandise eleva
TO LET GERMANIA SAVINGS BANK
building, corner Wood and Diamond streets
four offices at low rent; one single office, 13x20, and
two connecting offices, 20x26 and 15x18; one single
office 12x15; all splendidly lighted: finished la
modern style; all newly painted and papered: pos
session at once. mh30-88-D
TO LEI-THBKE-8TORY WAREHOUSE
with basement, 138 Flnt ave. Inquire of
HUNT ft CLAPP, 95 Fifth aVe. mhlS-M
TO LET-ON WOOD STREET, NEARFOUBTH
ave., large dry cellar suitable for storage or
wareroom. ALEXANDER ft LEE, 313 Wood St.
TO LET-NO. 1703 PENN AVE.. STORE AN1
dwelling of 7 rooms: rent low to a-desirable
tenant. W. A. HEBRON ft SONS, No. 80 Fourth
TO LET-THE LARGE AND DESIRABLE
warehouse No. 1038 Penn avenne lately oc
cupied bv Wm. Charles ft Co. Apply toTHOS. B.
KERR. Room 4, 1038 Penn ave. spl0-26
TO LET NO. 93 WATER ST., J-BTOBY
building, 180 rt-deep to .First are.. In fine
condition, elevator, etc : will rent In two parts,
ir desired. W. A. HEBRON ft EONS, No. 80
TO LET-FOUR LARGE. WELL-LIGHTED
rooms, with power (about 8,000 square feet).
lor heavy or light- manufactnrlng..ln building
know as tbe Chas. B. Head bolt works. Grant
avenue Allegheny. Inquire on the premises of
ME. FBED E3HELMAN. Manager or the Alle
gbeny.Wood Carving Co. Ja23-23-KWg
rpO LET-GOOD LABGE STABLE, CCK. ANN
X. ave. and Magee St., With ward, near Fifth
ave, W, A. HEBRON ft SON S, No. .80 Fourth ave
PERSONAL-BOOKS WANTED-IF YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth 14,000, let us know: we will buyione as
anickly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK bTOBE,
ev enth Ave. Hote building. f e20
SEBSONAL WHY TBOUBLE YOUR" WIFE,
mother or daughters la recalling-and dean
your old clothes, when it can be done for a
trifle by DICKSON, the Tailor, cor.Pifth ave.
and Wood st., second floor? Charges moderate:
facilities unsurpassed; suits madeto order: spring
styles now ready- lelepbon1558- mh8
AT AUCTION HOUSEHOLD FUBUlr
TURK, carpets, eta,
SATURDAY MORNINOr. A.pril IS.
At 10 o'clock, at residence of A.D.AIcKee,
Dithridcest,, first door from Fifth ave., embrac
ing; fine parlor furniture, in hair "cloth, marble
top tables, easy chairs and rockers, lace cur
tains and cornices, chamber furniture, bu
reaus, bedsteads, washstand, pillows, bolstera,
blankets, sheets and mattresses, dining room
sideboard, lounge and chairs, delf. china and
glassware, kitchen and laundry f nrnishmenta,
fine body and tapestry brnasels and ingrain car-
Sets on rooms, halls and stairs. Sale positive
'erms cash. House open after 8 o'clock on
morninc of sale.
HENRY AUCTION CO.. LIM..
apll 57 Anctloneen.
ESTATE OF PETER WALTEJJ, Jr., De-
ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE NOTICE
is hereby given that letters of administran.
tion on the estato of Peter Walter. Jr.. late of
Allegheny City, State of Pennsylvania, de
ceased, have been granted to the undersigned.
All penons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment, and those
having claims or demands against the same
will make them known at once to Mrs. Alice
Walter, at No. 61 Chestnut street. Allegheny
Citv. Pa. MRS. ALICE WALTER, GEORGE
L. WALTER, Administrators . apl1S3-3
Special Auction Sale!
At No. 110 Market street, next door to Flem
ing's drugstore, commencing
SATURDAY MORNING, AT 10 O'CLOCK.
and continuing until all is sold. This stock
consists of 20 casks of crockery, a large invoice
of fine silverware and table cutlery. This is a
positive sale Every piece must go. Remem
ber the place and number.
ROBINSON & CO..
apl2-33 No. 110 Market street.
UCTION BALE FURNITURE, CAR
PETS. bedding, stoves, chairs, tables,
wardrobes, sideboards, lounges, tetes, rockers,
refrigerators, ice chest, baby buggies, chenille
Turkoman and lace enrtainsvrngs, shades, hat
racks, parlor and chamber suits, engravings,
pastelles and historical subjects, wringers.
clocks, sewing machines, pianos, linoleum, oil
cloths, etc., on SATURDAY, April 13, at 10 A.
x. and 2 p. ir.
PITTSBURG AUCTION CO..
ap!3-19 83 Third avennn
32 Lou at 5100 each.
12 Lots at $200 eacb.
7 Lot at $300 each.
10 Lots at $500 each.
These are large Iota fronting on 50-f eet street!,
one of which is being paved; and are marked at
low prices to sell themselves. Situated in Thirty-second
ward. 10 minutes' walk from Incline;
water and gas; good neighborhood; fare 3 cents;
monthly tickets $1 25. I will be on tbe ground
every Saturday from 1 to 5 o'clock. Terms to
suit: 8. OIFFIN, Fourth ave and Smithfleld.
FOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS ON'NORTH
ave., at Junction of North and East Parks;
frontage of 26 to 90 feet and depth of. -135 to 2e0
feet; splendid sites for fine residences.
SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO.,
FOR SALE -SUBSTANTIAL- 4-STORT
building abont 263ixS0 feet; comer lot.
Good tenants; good income: therefore better
tban most of the property sold recently on thla
street. Bny now and get advantage of increas
ing values. ' .. --
EAMUEL W. BLACK fc CO.,
99 Fourth avenue
We make a specialty of cleaning and dyeing
lace curtains; also dry cleaning Damask Turk,
ish portiers.and all kinds of fabrics. .
Sixth Avenue Dye Works,
M. MAY SONS &Co.
ap2-TT8 K SIXTH-AYE.
Subdivided into building sites, on line of
OBSERVATORY HILL ELECTRIC RAIL
WAY. For plans and particulars see SAMUEL
WATSON. Offlce on tbe premises, PerrysvUle
avenne Tenth ward, Allegheny City, from 8 to
12K.and2to6r.UV Or A. J. PENTECOST.
No. 413 Grant street, Pittsburg. apl0-34
41 beventn avenue
WALTXB J. OSBORNE. RICHARD MABSOW&
BARROWS ft OSBORNE
W Diamond atreet