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THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, , 1889.
h& U &SDisplay adicrtisemcnls one dollar per square for one insertion. Classified advertise ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale, To Let, rtt, ten cents per line for each inser tion, and none taken for less than fifty cents. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BRANCH OFFICES. For tho accommodation of the 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: Advertisements are to he rrepald except -where advertisers already have accounts vrlthTnsDlB- J'ATLII. 1TTTSBUKU. THOMAS ICCAFKKE, 3i,9 Butler street. E.MIL G. fcTUCKKY. S4th street and Penn ave. E. G iTCCKEY A CO., Wjrlle avc. and Fulton St. . faTOKELY. Fifth Avenue Market House. EAST END. J W. WALLACE, 6111 l'cnn aTenue. OAKLAND. MCALLISTEK feHEIBLEIS,5thav. 4 Atnood sU EOtrrnsiDE. JACOB SFOIIX. No. : Carson street. C11AS. feCHWAKM, 1T07 Carson street. ALLEGHENY. A J. KAEHCHEK 59 Federal street. McBRIUE BROS., Federal and Ohio streets. FEEDH EGGEKS 17Z Ohio street. r. IL EGGEKbibON. Ohio and Chestnut sU. J F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackon streets. THOMAS McHEXltY, Westernand Irwin arcs. . TV. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves. PEKBY M. GLE1M. liebecca and Allegheny are;. WANTED. Male Ilcln. TTTANTEI) GOOD BARKER. APPLY 597 V i 1FTH AVE., eoruer ashi. gton. jalMS TT7-ANTED-AN UPHOLSTEUEK WHO CAN V make and lay carpets Addrct6 P. U, Dispatch office. Jall-94 TTTANTED-A GOOD ffAGOSWAhEK WHO V has references. Applv to KOBT. SCOTT, E. T. STELL VUHHb. Bessemer Jall-14 WAXTED-A YOnNG MAN ABOUT IS rears oface for peneral othecwork. Address In own handwriting to 1. P., Dispatch office. JalI-69 . WAXTED-AN APOTHECARY'S APPREN TICE of one or two years' experience. Ap rlj to LOUIS EMANUEL, cor Second are. and orant'st. Jal2-32 -ITTANTED-FOH A STEEL CASTING FOUN vV DRY a man as foreman aho understands thelinslness Address, -with full particulars. BOX A. D., Dispatch office Jall-11 -TTANTED-DRAUGHTSMAN-ONE THAT understands mechanical drawing and mill construction; job last about one month. Address V. D. H.. Dispatch office. Jall-31 WANTED-TWO OUNG MEN FROM 18 TO 2 rears of age with cash security of f 10. Applv at UNION NEWS CO.'S OFFICE, P., Ft. W. &'C depot, Allegheny. Pa. JalS-24 WANTED-AGENTS FOR A NEW PAYING business. Send your address for samples and full particulars to CHAS. MARSHALL, U and 13 Main St., Lockport, N Y. Ji5-6S-s -TTTANTED FIRST-CLASS 31ELTERS ON open hearth furnaces; also first helpers for 'itto; state wages and lncloe copv of tcstlmonl 1s, etc Address STEEL, Dlspatcn office. JalO-27 rT7-ANTEI-AGENTS-5r5 A MONTH AND expenses paid any person to sell our goods; no capital: saUrr monthlr; particulars Tree. 'STANDARD SILVERWARE CO.. Boston. OC4-18 , TTANTED-GERMAN SINGLE MAN WHO V can do all farm work, 30 miles lrom city, to focMst on farm; one who can do dairy and garden I!U rk prelcrrcd. Apply DISPATCH OFFICE. m"" TJANTED - AGENTS TO SELL CLINE'S ' foot heaters and patent fuel for carriages, wagons, etc. : sells at sight. Inquire after 3 r. M., WM. SEilPLE, JR., 165 Federal St., Allegheny, Fa. del6-9-D ANTED-BOY, 16 YEARS OF AGE. WHO understands bookkeeping: one who has been educated In the public schools; wages, 4 per week. Address, In own handwriting, D. D.. Dis patch office. JalI-90 -TrANTED-AGENTS WE WANT FIRST LY CLASS men. who arc already traveling salesmen, tocarrrour lubricatincoll samples aB a side line. Address J. R. TIMMINS & Co., Cleveland, O Jall-ll WANTED-A MAN AS SPECIAL DETECT IVE In every localltv, to act under our In structions; experience not ncccssarr: 6end for Sarticnlars. CENTRALDETECTIVE" BUREAU, ox IS, Topeka, Kansas. Jall-46 1-T7"AXTED-AGEXTST0SELLTEA.BAK1NG r , powder and pure spices; gifts with goods; uu workers, miners or miilmen can makemoncy Mr spare time. YAMASHIKO TEA CO.. 83 son St., Allegheny, Pa. no4-h31-s ntr ANTED-A MAN WHO THOROUGHLY dssr . understands the making of Bcscmer steel, jth high and low carbons; one who U competent lfx taVe charge of a six-ton converter. Address. stating salary, experience, reference, etc. BOX t V A., Dispatch office. Jall-lZ t -rrTANTED SALESMEX-TO SELL OUR V good6 (salt water fl-h) on commission to the wholesale and retail grocery .trade; men having regularly established routes preferred. Address, stating route, experience and age, with refer ences, LEONARD A. TREAT, 145 State St., Bos ton. Jas-TX-Mtvs -TT7-ANTED-A SOBER AND RELIABLE MAN. f 25 to 40 years of age, to tike care of horses -n1 carriage: must be a good and careful driver rU, yertucfc '"(J willing to make himself useful; vna tue Hoe-ru'in .fences lrom former employer, he will ficht - Gcrmanla Savings Bank Bulld- item'-- t, vTTANTED-MAN-TO TAKE THE AGENCY 1 of our safes: size 28x18x18 Inches; weight 500 lbs.; retail price 835: other sizes In proportion. A rare chance and permanent business. These safes meet a demand never before supplied by other safe companies, as we are not governed by the sfe pool. ALPINE SAFE CO., Cincinnati, O. seS-p92-ws YTfAXTED-l'HYSIClAN TO LOCATE IX A good railroad town 45 miles from Pittsburg; population 5.000: can procure an established prac tice paving 170 cash monthly, and some credit, by Jmrchasing a physician's outfit: present phrslcian n had health, must go to Philadelphia several months for treatment; must be sold at once; a rare chance Address J. C. L., Dispatch office. JalI-81 Female IIclD. rrr anted- germ a it middle-aged -tY woman: who can do all housework on farm: ret miles lrom city: one who Is accustomed and has 6 ne all housework on farm preferred. Applr at proi 5PATCH OFFICE. Jali-2 timirTAMED- A FIKST-CLASS 000K; MUST Tr- V be a reputable. Intelligent woman not over -"Iddleage; astcadyjobto the right kind of a the oman at good wages; none othersneed apply. l uurcss xr.n. nui.L, iew xnguion, ra., lor rnn,e week. jal2-C3 ruai nut BrnJe nnd Female Help. of 1TANTED BOY OR GIRL TO ATTEND ca'tV ofllce. inquire 61 SANDUSKY ST. Jal2-15 rrr anted-immediately pastry a nii CI1'V vegetable cook, 100 house girl , 10 for hotels; . :ook6 and chambermaids, 2 dining room girls; P'lmployers supplied with first-class help on short tfr notice MRS. MEEHAN. 545 Grant st. JalC-p T7-ANTED AGENTS GENTLEMEN OR 1- W lady canvassers for Pittsburg. Allegheny " and suburban towns, to cell on commission a Jal0-6 Slruntlon. 'ANTED-POSITION' BY EXPERT WIN DOW trimmer. Address H. O'l).. Dis- h office. Jal!-b9 ITAXTED-BY A 1 BAKER-A SITUATION. V Address HARRY C. MANNING, 15 Fourth cnuc Pittsburg, Pa. Jal2-S8 4 TTTAXTED-POSITION BY YOUNG 3IAN AT any Vlud of light work: can furnish best of "teference. Address CHARLES B., Dispatch office. jal2-S9 -TtT"ANTED - A SITUATION BY A FIRST V CLASS baker In a restaurant or hotel; un derstands business thoroughly: good references. Address B. W , Dispatch office. jai:-91 -TTTANTED-S1TUATIOX AS A MILLWRIGHT V or rolling mill general mechanic; over 15 years' experience: best city references given. Address MECH AN IC, Dispatch office JaU-85 TIT rANTED-SITUATlON FOR MAN AM) T wife: the woman being the man having a thorough ki wife; the woman being flrst-class cook and nowledge of horses; can give good reference. Address A. .X. Y.. Dis patch office. jal2-57 rarrners. "TIJANTED-A LAD Y OR GEXTLE5I AN WITH tV capital as partner In a flrst-class dramatic company. -Address DRAMATIC MANAGER, Dispatch office Jal2-5 Rooms, Honsct, Etc. WAXTED-A L'ARGE FLOOR, WITH OR without power. In Pittsburg or Allegheny. Address Box 232, Pittsburg Postofllce Jall-85 TJANrED-TO PURCHASE-ONE THOU W SAND five and 6lr-room houses in Allc- rh ny and Pittsburg. 2 Fourth arc. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, jas-l WANTED-TO PURCHASE-FIVE HUN drcd eight-room houses In Oakland, Belle field, Shadyslde and East Liberty. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave Ja8-1 TJANTED-BY Al'RIL I, SHOWROOM ON tV first floor on good business street: would rent one-halforiarge room with first-class party. Address SHOW ROOM, Dispatch office dc7-f33 TTJANTED-A LARGE FIRST-FLOOR ROOM V with cellar, or large second-floor room w Ith cltvator; suitable for wholesale gents' furnishing goods: state location and rent. Address WHOLE bALE, Dispatch office JaIl-7 TrrAKTED-TO PURCHASE THREE JT houses In becond. Third, Fourth, Firth or Mxtn wards, Allegheny, at $3,000 each or less: S''y, raurt be excellent value ASIERICAN 1SVST CO., 504 and 506 Smlthield t Pittsburg. ID 7 J TXti patihi WANTED. FlnancIaL -rrrANTED-HOUSES TO RENT AND REXTS vV to collect. Jl. H. LESLIE, Forty-second and Butler sti. de31-15 "TTTANTED WE HAVE ?5,000 TO LOAN FOR V long or short time at 5 per cent. D. P. THOMAS A CO., 408 Grant st! nol4-o73 WAXTED-TO INVEST ?1.KK) OX FIRST mortgage on city property. WM. A. S1PE, S3 Diamond su, Pittsburg Jall-13 "TTANTED-RENTS TO COLLECT; MONTH- V LY settlement with itemized statement. BLACK A BAIRD. 95 t ourth avenue. a2S-a29-D WANTED-MORTGAGES-SIONEYTO LOAN in sums to suit, at IH. 5 and 6 per cent. GRAEBING A LYON, 135 i ourth ave. ap6-el-D TTTANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PBOP V ERTV. over W.O00; 4)i per cent; no tax. HENRY A. WEAVLRACO., C2 Fourth avenue. mh2-a2:-D w AN TED-HOUSES TO RENT AND RENTS to collect; special attention given to this branch of our business. 107 t onrth ave. Ja6-95-rTSsa -TVTANTED-GOOD CITY MORTGAtJES, IN V lage or small amounts: Interest 4y. 5 and 0 rcr cent, as to amount, security, etc. V. U. 1,0 VE, 93 Fourth avenue. Jal2-4 -TTANTED-HOUSES TO RENT AND RENTS to collect; monthlr settlement with Item ized statement. L. O. KRAZIr.K, Real Estate Broker, Forty-fifth and Butler sts. Jall-10-D WANTED-GOOD MORTGAGES 'IN ALL amounts from J300 upward: money at 4, 6 ana6pcrct-nt. as to size of mortgage security, etc C. H LOVE, No. 93 Fourth avenue Jal2-4 -TTTANTED-MORTGAGES-WE CAN LOAN V In sums of S300 to J20.000 and upward, at lowest rales, on citv or suburban real estate ALEXANDER A LEE, 313 Wood St. Jal2-82-MWS w ANTED-MOKTGAGES-SUMS FROM 500 to Jouu. uui 10 loan on city ana country prop- erty; 4S, sand C per cent. J AS. W UliAVL. x cu., IJ3 Fourth aTenue Pittsburg. Ja4-3S-MWTS WANTED MORTGAGES IN LARGE OR small amounts on Improved city or Alle gheny county property at lowest market rates. alios. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth 1 ave. Jal2-20-MWThSSU WANTED-GOOD MORTGAGES FOR ANY amount; lowest rates oflnterest and commis sion. PITTSBURG CO.. LIMITED, Real Estate and Insurance, 133 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg, Pa. Jal-91-D TJANTED-?l,O00,O00 TO LOAN ON PITTS V BURG and Allegheny propertT. In sums of $5,000 to 100.000, at 4Wand5 percent; no State tax. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth avc. JaS-1 -TTJANTED-MORTGAGES IN LARGE OR V small amounts on Improved city or Alle gheny county property. McCUNE & COULTER, Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, 93 Fourth ave Jal2-99 "TTTANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY AND V suburban property, at 4"i, 5 and 6 per cent, In sums to suit: money furnished promptly. L.O. FRAZ1ER, Real Estate Broker, Forty-dfth and Butler sts. jall-10-D "VTTANTED-TO LOAN MONEY IN SUMS V from $ to 820, 000 at 44 to G per cent, ac cording to size and kind of mortgage: no delay if the title is good. W. A. JitKKUSi asus. eu r ourtn ave. Ja2-42-2,5.8.i: 15.19,22,26,29 -TTTANTED-TO LOAN f500,COO. IN AMOUNTS V of 3,000 and upward, on city and suburban propertr, on 4," per cent, free ortax: also smaller amounts at 5 and 6 per cent, BLACK A BAIRD, 95 Fourth av enue se21-d26-D -VTTAXTED-TO INSURE YOUR DWELLING or household furniture against fire In re liable companies at lowest rates. PITTSBURG CO., LIMITED. REAL ESTATE AND INSUR ANCE, 1S3 Fifth avenue. Ja2-32-S -TTTANTED-TO LOAN 200,000 GAGES: S100 and upward at ON MORT- 6 per cent; 500,000 at 4S per cent on residences or business property; also in aajoiuiug cuunues. s. n. FRENCH, 125 Fourth avenue. oc31-c84-D TTTANTED-MORTGAGES-(l. 000, 000TO LOAN V on city and suburban properties at 4K Sand 6 per cent, and on larms in Allegheny and adja cent counties at 6 per cent: no money loaned out or Pennsylvania. 1. M. PENAOCK A bOX, 105 Fourth avenue. ap7-f41 -TTTANTED-HOUSES TO RENT AND RENTS 11 to collect; prompt returns with itemized statements. Also mortgages In large or small amounts at AH, 5 and 6 per cent and no tax or delav. provided titles be good. JAMES DEU MITT, 407 Grant street. Ja9-7-ws -TTJANTED-HOUSES TO RENT AND RENTS V to collect in both cities. We give special attention to repairs, taxes. Insurance and man agement of properties itemized accounts, month lysettlements. PI1TSBURG CO.. LIm., 13S Fifth avenue Real Estate and Insurance JaI-94-D -TTTANTED ALL -HOTEL AND SALOON VI keepers to know that now Is the time to sic all applications and bonds for liquor licenses. riius. nic er st. Have open evenings. jai-oi-wB&u -TTTANTED-LESSEES FOR HOTELS-ANY- V ONE wishing to go Into hotel business with any amount capital, 2,500 to 25,000: not 1 bonus money: furniture sold for Its valne; good lease. WARD A BOSWELIS, 171 Broadway, N. Y.. Hotel Brokers rspeclalty). Hotels In every state; no cnarge 10 ouy era; ousiness conuuenuai; state your capital. Ja8-70 rniaccTlaccona. -rTJANTED-ABOLT LOGO YARDS GOOD V filling: Walnut street, near Roup 6treet. Ad dress H. LOXTEBMAN, 6439 Aurclla st. Jal2-85 -TTTANTED-A CORNER LOT COVERING V about2.000or 3,000 feet. Address, giving location, size and price, BOX 232, Pittsburg P. O. Ja8-44-TWT6 WANTED-THE PEOPLE OF THE TWO cities to call at 63 Federal street, Allegheny. Pictures of all kinds at lowest prices. STAN FORD CO, Ja9-40-wsSu -TTTAN1 ED-STUDENTS OF SHORTHAND desiring to acquire expert speed to call foi full particulars at MARTIN'S SHORTHAND SCHOOL, 412 Wood 6t. ja!2-ll WANTED-LOT, ABOUT 50X100: WITHIN 10 or 15 squares of the postofflce; corner pre ferred. Address, stating location, size, price etc., BOX 232, Pittsburg Postofflce. aU-86 TTTANTED-EVERYBODY TO KNOW "THE Pitts V ELITE" GALLERY. 516 Market st. burg, Pa., will make cabinets for 1 00 per doz. until May 1, 1889; use elevator. jall-8D-w6Su -TTTANTED-TO RENT STABLE blX STALLS. V with other yard or stable room; preferred location lower Allegneny, between Seventh 6treet bridge and railroad bridge. Address BOX 753, giving location property and rent. Jal0-1 WAXTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PIIO TOURAPHER. 96 Fifth avenue Pittsburg, and 43 Federal street, Alleghcnv. everybody to know that he Is making fine cabinets at f 1 60 per dozen; photos delivered when promised: Instan taneous process. mhl3-kI7 -TTTANTED-IF YOU WANT TO KNOW HOW V to write a good business hand, write a bus iness letter, add a column of figures rapidly, make out an ordinary account, write a receipt, write a promissory note, reckon the discount on It for daj s, months and years, and get a general knowi. edge of bookkeeping, penmanship and arithmetic, attend the College of Commerce 96 Fourth ave. W. W. MCCLELLAND, Prln. no20-sl00-TuS WANTED NAMES-I0 CENTS (SILVER pays roryour address In the "Agent's Dl rectory," uhlch goes whirling all over the United States, and yon will get hundreds of samples, cir culars, books, newspapers, magazines, etc, from those ho want agents. You ill get a lotof mall matter and good reading free and will be well pleased with the small investment. List containing name sent to each person answering this advertisement. T. D. CAMPBELL, B. 71 Bovleston, Ind. deto-co-ssu FOR SALE. CitT Residences. FOR SALE-tlSOO CALVIN STREET. SEVEN TEENTH ward, one square from new traction road, three-6tory frame building, 8 rooms, store room, hall, cellar, etc; lot 30x100 lect to alle v in first-class repair: renting for !23 per mo. ; good in vestment. L. O. FRAZIER, Forty-firth and But ler sts. jall-10-D FOR SALE-ONLY ?S,800LOCUST, NEAR Gist 6t.. elegant pressed brick dwelling, 9 rooms, double parlors, marble mantels, hall, bath, w. e, range laundry, with stationary tubs, nat. and art. gas, large lot: the mot desirable location on the street; easy terms. J. R. COOPER A CO,, 107 Fourth ave Ja-lo-72-Ths T7WR SALE-ON MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 1889, X? at 2 p. M., on the premises, at auction, at 1714 Sidney street, bouthslde frame dwelllng,2 rooms: also, brick dwelling In rear or 9 rooms; lot 30x120 rect to a street; very desirable property. ALLES A BAILEY, Real Estate Auctioned s, 104 Fourth are. Telephone 167. J a!2-77-12, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21 FOR SALE-A GOOD BRICK DWELLING. No. 28 Fulton street, Pittsburg, near Yt rile ave streetcars, 8 rooms, bath room, natural gas hall and cellar and good lot, to be sold at public sale on Monday, January 14, at 2 o'clock r. m on the premises; title perfect; lmmedlateposses slon. Terms, etc. from JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., Agents and Auctioneers, 129 Fourth avenue. Pittsburg. Jall-24-D -T7I0R SALE ONE OF THE MOST DEslRABLE jl uweuiugs uii xiiia avenue oniy a lew min utes' walk from the potoffice, being three stories high, containing about 12 rooms, hall range, balh. hot and cold water, natural and artificial gas, and Is In fact one or the most suitable houses for a physician in this locality: will be sold cheap and on rery easy terms. BLACK A BAIRD. 95 Fourth avenue. Jal2-3i-rrs ORSALE-0. R.T0UDYISN0W0FFEKINO his row of 8 new elegant houses, 4 rooms and finished attics each, iron roofs, perfect sewerage gas and water, grained throughout, stalnpd irija good cellars, etc., for the small sum or2,000 each; payments easy. Yon could not build the houses alone ror that 6utn, and finished in tame style. Call early at his office 1721 CARSON bT., South side. Three already sold. de29-ss-s FOR SALE-M-FIFTH AVE. SACRIFICE, f7,T50, corncrpropertrnearGlst street, substan tial 2-story and mansard brick dwelling, containing 9 rooms, hall In center, Inside shutters and w. c, laundry, bath, range, hot and cold water, etc The corner room Is so arranged that It can at slight cost be converted into an excellent store room: terms to suit. Call and see floor plans. S. W. BLACK A CO.. 99 Fourthare. JaI0-89 FOR SALE BLUFF ST., FINE NEW I'RESS brick dwelling, mansard, 9 rooms, vestibule, hall, w.-c, inside shutters, both gases, hot and cold water, good cellar, sewered; fronting two pared streets; flrst-class In all respects: lot 20"ix 152 ft to 24-n alley, side alley. 1'rice fA2': terms easy. Bluff St.. near Chestnut, desirable new ercss brick dwelling, mansard, 10 rooms, restl ule, hall, bath, w. c. hot and cold water, both gases. Inside shutters, tile hearths, slate, sewered, mantels; lot 23 ft 9tnxI?9to an aller; a finished residence In all particulars. ALLES A BAILEY, 1C4 Fonrth ave. Telephone 167. Jal2-79-WSSu FOR bALE Citv Kcaldencea. FOR SALE SOHO STREET 1.400 NEAT frame house 3 rooms; good cellar, etc.; lot 20x100. J. R. COOPER A CO., 107 Fourth ave. Jal2-30 FORSALE-M1LTEXBERGEB STREET- 500. Brick house 4 rooms, good cellar.ete: lot20x 70; Tery easy terms. 4. R. COOPER A CO., 107 Fourth ave Jal2-30 T7IOR SALE-2.300, IF SOLD AT ONCE, NO. P lmi'liir Ft.: lot 21x78 feet; 2 timers. 1 brick. 1 frame terms easy. W. A. HEBRON A SON'S, 80 Fourth avenue. Ja4-10-4, ',9,12 TpOR SALE-ONLY 3,000, NO. 133 COLWELL Jt? St., brick house, 6 rooms: lot 20x90 ft. to Our alley: neighborhood good. W. A. HERRON A SONS. 80 Fourth avenue Jal2-23-TTS FOR SALE-OX LIBERTY AVE.. NEAR FIFTH St. Iot20xll0 rect, with a good 3-story dwell ing: price reasonable irsold at once W. A. HEK RON A SONS. No. SO Fourth avenue. Ja9-4t-9,I2,llS FOR SALE ON MAGEE STREET BRICK house fi rooms, finished attic natural gas, city water, good cellar, etc.; will be sold at a bar gain. .1. R. COOPER A CO., 107 Fourth ave jal2-30 F IOR SALE-CHEAP. AT A GREATLY RE DUCED nrlec, ir sold at once on Muff, near Chestnut St., sixth ward, abrlckhouseoM rooms, late Improvements; lot 21x100 rect. VT. A. HEB RON A SONS, 80 Fourth avenne. Jat-10-4, 7,10,12 FOR SALE LIBERTY AVENUE, BETWEEN Tnenty-scenth and Twenty-eighth streets; lot 84x100 to alley: 2-story brick bulldlne 50x100, suitable for innnuractory, storage or large stable. HEN RY A. BREED, 516 Market st. Jal2-100-D JJW IORSALE 1FSOLD AT ONCE ONLY 4.600- iot 25x100 reet. witn a oncK dwelling oi rooms: late improvements; isnin, near onestnui street: terms can be made Tery easy. W. A. HER RON A SONS, No. 80 Fourth avenue ja-49-912,16l18 FOR SALE -TWO FIXE 3-STORY BRICK buildings situate Murlell St., (late Neville) bet. Tweirth and Thirteenth sts.. bouthslde will be sold at a bargain: title perfect. Apply to O. R. TOUDY, 1721 Carson St., Bouthslde dc29-99-s FOR SALE-CORNER WYLIE AVENUE AND Caramel alley. Thirteenth ward, a neat 2-storr brick dwelling of 5 rooms and finished attic; lot 20x80 reet; low price and easy terms. In quire at GERmAnIA SAVINGS BANK, 423 Wood street. dc6-l9a-ws East End Residences. TTIOR SAI.K HOUSES OF TE:T ROOMS. ON P Walnut St.. bhadvslde: srood lot: low nrtce. GEO, JOHNbTONV Agent, 62 Fourth ave. Ja8-1 FOR SALE-3,800-HOVLEY AVENUE, NEW brick honse of 6 rooms attic, halL etc.: lot 23x97. CBALTENbPERGERA CO., 1M t ourtn Jal2-17 avenue FOR SALE-2,800 TO 3,800 several 5 to 7 room house 800 FOR APRIL 1. louses: good lots and neighborhood: East End; prices low; easy terms. MELLON BROS., 6319 Station street. E. E. jall-9-12,ll,16,18,S0 FOR SALE-ON FRAXKSTOWN AVE., EAST END. dwelling, 7 rooms, bath, gas, nat. gas, marble mantels, etc.: lot 50x100 rt. to an alley; a bargain. ALEXANDER A LEE, 313 Wood St. Jal2-81 FOR SALE-NO. 1320 VIRGINIA AVE., 2,000. on payments that should suit any, brick, 6 rooms, bath, range hot and cold water, nat. gas. Call or send Tor particulars'. W. A. HERRON A SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. JalO-42-10,12,15,13 FOR 8ALE-BEAUTIFUL E. E. RESIDENCE of 7 large rooms: bath, w. c, both gases, finely finished: near Filth ave. cable road: lot 26x 143: price H500: easy parments. . W. Mc NEIiL A BRO., 162 Fourth aTe Ja8-5S-WFSSU FOR SALE-IN THE MIDST OF OAKLAND: very cheap, on account of removal of owner: on Fifth, near Meyran st.; lot 22x127 feet: good brick house 7 rooms; call at once. W. A. HER RON A SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. ja4-10-4,7,J,12 FOR SALE-4. 0S0 WILL B U Y A NEW QUEEN Anne dwelling on Sheridan avenue. East End; house has tilehearthe, slate mantels, bath room, etc.! a bargain: STRAUB A MORRIS, cor ner Third avenue and Wood St., Pittsburg. Jal2-56 FORSALE-HWILLBUY'ANEW2-SIORY frame of 6 rooms, hall, bathroom, large cup boards, good cellar, natural gas, fruit and shade trees, nice lawn: lot 100x125: onlv 4 minutes lrom station. BLACK A BAIRD, 95 Fourth avenue. jall-97-Tus IjWR SALE-IN THE EAST END, NEAR SOUTH Hlland ave., an elegant modern brick dwell ing of 12 rooms, bathroom, w. c, electric bells, natural gas. etc . etc.: lot 38x133 ft. :a desirable location. ALEXANDER A LEE, 313 Wood St. ja!2-81 Fa OR SALE-SEVERAL VERY FINE RESI DENCES, fronting on Neville St., Ellsworth are.. Fifth are. and other leading streets and avenues In Oakland. Bellefield. tbadrside and East Liberty. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent. 63 Fourth are. Jaj-1 FOR SALE 4 ACRES OF DESIRABLE ground at Oakland, only 5 minutes of cable cars, with large mansion and outbuildings: plentr of fruits: price low and terms easy: must be sold to settle an estate W. A. HERRON A SONS. 80 Fourth arenuc. JaS-94-TTS FOR SALE-AT 3,500-A NEAT DWELLING of 6 rooms, lot 25x100 feet; well located, on Ellsworth avenue; convenient to cable and steam cars, and near Roup street: a very good property for the money. W. A. HERRON A SONS. No. 80 fourth arenue Ja9-49-9,12,16,18 T7I0K SALE AT OAKLAND, ON LINE OF A? cable cars, fine residence and large lot; 13 rooms. With bath, lavatory, natural gas, laundrr, china closets, etc, etc; all in perfect condition; price only 12,000. JAS. W. DRAPE A CO.. 129 Fourth arenue, Pittsburg. Jal2-92-D -TTtORSALE-ON PARK AVE.. NEARFRANKS Jj TOWN ave. lot 26 r . front, new frame house 8 rooms, bathroom, natural gas, electric bells and J an moaern improvements: acoui e minutes irom East Liberty station; only 1,000. THOS. LIG GETT, No. 114 Fourth ave. jal2-19-TTSu FOR SALE-A NEW HOUSE AND CORNER lot In the East End, near railroad station; 6 rooms, hall, cellar, natural gas, etc.. and large corner lot, with fruit trees thereon: easy pay ments; possession In ten days. JAS. W. DliAFE A CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. Jall-I4-D FOR SALE-ON BOND ST.. NEAR H1LAND are., lot 60x100 to 20-foot aller, good frame house of 8 rooms, bathroom, hot and cold water, natural gas, elegant front and side porches, good neighborhood, etc.: very desirable and cheap. THOS. LIGGETT, No, 114 Fourth ave, Jal2-19-TTS6u FOR SALE-2,500. BRICK DWELLING OF 4 rooms, basement kitchen, on Lenora St., 7 minutes from East Liberty station, harlng slate roof, water, rear porch and good dry cellar; this being a brick house, It Is undoubtedly a special bargain. BLACK A BAIRD, 95 Fourth aye: JaS-89-8,9, 10, 1L 12, 14, 15, 18, 19 FOR SALE-SHADYSIDE, BETWEEN AM BEItbON and Aiken arenues, and between P. R. R. and Fifth aTe. cable line elegant resi dence 9 rooms, best finish; all latest conveniences and Improvements: sewer connections: large lot; choice location. HENRY A. BREED, 516 .Market st. al2-l-p FOR SALE-ON LINE OF FIFTH AVENUE cable cars. East End, lot 37x140 to 20-foot alley, selected brick house of 6 rooms, bath room, 3 finished rooms In attic, large front porch, shade trees, frame stable, elegant neighborhood, etc.; a perfect house In every respect; terms reasonable. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth ave Jal2-19-TTSSU FOR SALE ON A GOOD ST. IN THE EAST END, on line or Fifth avenue cable line and convenient to R. R. station, brick house of 10 rooms, double parlors, folding doors, marble mantels, front and side porches, wide halls, good sized lot, elegant neighborhood, etc.; only $8,500. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth ave Jel2-20-MWThssu po OR SALE-AN ELEGANT 10-ROOMED house two stories and mansard, with all moaern conveniences, insiae w. c. stationary washstands, range and bath; lot 21x110; side en trance: this property Is convenient to the busi ness portion or the city and on the line or the new cable road: (1,500 cash, balance long time. BLACK & BAIRD. 95 Fourth avenue. ja8-8G-D TTTIOR SALE AN EXCELLENT BltlCK J? dwelling at Shadyside near cable cars and ratiroaa station: aB gooa as new; 7 rooms, kitchen, laundrr, batb. lavatory, porch, hall, dry cellar, natural gas, etc. etc;eerythinginprlmcordcr: beautiful lot, 72X100 feet: property is well located and Is In splendid condition. Particulars from .IAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. JalI-24-D FOR SALE-(99)-OAKLAND. BROWNSTONE front dwelling, 3.500; near Craft are; two stories and mansard, containing nine rooms, hall, vestibule laundry with stationary tubs, range, both Inside shutters and w. c, Eliding doors, slate mantels with cabinets, tile hearths, electric bells, cemented cellars, etc. ; lot 50x200 feet; five minutes' walk from cable line: a bargain. SAM UEL W. BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth ave. JalO-90-ThS F)K SALE-53.I0O FOR A NEW MODERN frame dwelling 6 rooms, attic hall vestibule, bath, hot and cold water, cemented cellar, porches, natural gas. Inside shutters, nicely grained and well finished all through: lot 40x100 feet to 20-root alley: three minutes' walk to Ben Venue station, P. R. R.; this property Is offered at a price below actual cost as owner must sell; bargain for prompt buyer. L. O. FRAZIER, Forty-fifth and Butler sts. " Jall-10-D FOR SALE A SPLENDID BRICK RESI DENCE and grounds on line of railroad, 4 minutes' walk from station, fronting on Penn avenue, 12 rooms with cedar closet, bath, lava tory, natural gas, ary ceiiar, periect sewerage copious flow of pure spring water; grounds 120X. 271 u., witn iruit anu siiaae trees anu snruDDery: price moderate on long, easv payments, or dis count for spot cash. JAb. W. DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth at enue Pittsburg. Jal2-93-MVis FOR SALE-HOUSE OF 5B00MS AND FINE attic papered throughout, both gases, good cellar, water In kitchen, electric bells; house al most new; lot 24x120; price low; terms ea6y. Ap ply 0433 AURELIA ST. Also at Hallman, near Marchand St., new house of 5 rooms and fine attic hall and vestibule, slate mantels in din. room and parlor, and frout and side porches; cemented cel lar: lot 27x120 to an alley: price low; terms easy. Address H. LOXTERMAN, 6439 Aurclla St., E. E. jal2-S6 FOR SALE-SEE ITIIS; ONLY ,600 IF SOLD at once: Penn avc, on line of new cable cars, one of the most desirable homes In the East End, being a two-story and mansard brick dwell ing of 8 rooms, hall, vestibule, bathroom, with stationary wa6h stands, inside w. c , good dry cellar, etc.; range, hot and cold water, front and back stairs. Inside sbuttcrs,slatemantels through out, tile hearth Pocket and Club house grates, sliding doors, stained glass windows; honsestands back 20 feet from pavement; the pavement Is 20 feet wide. M e will make terms to suit the pur chaser. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 i ourth at e JalO-87-TTS Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, dec 17OR S ALE-GO AT-TRAIN ED TO DRIVE: also harness and four-wheel wagon. Can be seen at 633 ROUP ST. Jall-87 FOR SALE. AHeaheny Residences. FOR SALE-6-ROOM BRICK DWELLING. NO. 50 Arch street Allegheny: G.500: on easy terms. G EO. D-RIDDLE, Attorney, 118 Diamond street. JalO-15-D FOR SALE-THREE FRAME DWELLINGS, with lot 49x60 feet, on Arch street, near Ohio street, Allegheny. GEO. D. KIDDLE, Attorney, 118 Diamond street. Jal0-16 FOR SALE K1RKPATRICK AVE., ALLE GHENY, brick house or five rooms and attic; all conveniences; guaranteed bargain. B. F. BEAEE, Harrison St., Allegheny. JaS-40-TTS F IOR SALE ELEGANT ALLEGHENY RESI- DENUE or 10 rooms, 2 Datti rooms, c. both gases, elegant gas fixtures: house finely finished. ave. Vt. VV. JUUllJU & lIlir.a ID- fUUilu Ja8-57-TT8 FOR SALE-ONLY 18,000-NORTH AVEXUE, corner Webster st.. Allegheny, brick dwell ing, 10 rooms, well improved and In good order; lot 20x107 feet. W. A.. HERRON A SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. Ja4-10-4,7,10,12 OR SALE-NORTH AVENUE, FRONTING on parks, fine 2-story brick dwelling or 8 rooms, and all Improvements: large lot: a bargain to a quick buyer. C. BALTEXSPERGER A CO., 154 Fourth avenue Jal2-17 FORSALE ONLY86, 100. NEAR ALLEGHENY Park, a desirable 2-story brick dwelling or 8 rooms, hall, vestibule range hot and cold water, nat. and art. gas, laundry, electric bells and every modern convenience; terms, 1,0U0 cash, oil. to suit purchaser. BLACK A BAIRD. 95 Fourthave. ia8-87-8,9,10,ll,12 15,17,19 FORSALE-A SUPERIOR BRICK DWELL ING, In Second ward, Allegheny, on line or street cars, almost new and In prime order throughout; possessing all the new and more recent appliances; large lot, side entrance, alley In the rear. JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129 rourth avenue Pittsburg. Jal2-94-D F OR SALE-A GOOD HOUSE AND 2 LOTS IN Allptrlipnr. rlnp to IVrrvsvllle avenue elec tric cars; 6 rooms, summer kitchen, natural gas, hall and cellar, etc.; 2 fine lots. 48x120 reet: fruit trees and shrubbery, ctcfwlll be sold ror $3,300; easy parments; Immediate possession. JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. jall-24-D XTIOR SAI.E-TTOTISKJ? AND l.OTS-A RARE X' 1 Investment A block of new brick dwellings In the Second ward. Allp.irhpnv: bathroom, natu ral gas and othar modern conveniences: massive stone foundations, dry cellars, perfect sewerage etc.. etc.: everything In flrst-class condition; rents about 1,600 annually. Terms from JAS. W. DRAPE A CO , 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. Ja9-45-MWIhS FOR SALE-A FINE RESIDENCE ON LIN COLN avc, Allegheny, having 10 rooms, to S ether with bath, lavatorr, cedar closet, laundry, otand cold water throughout, natural gas,lnslde shutters, plate-glass windows, spacious vestibule and hallway; everything in the most complete and perfect order; large lot: side entrance; brick stable and carriage house; alley in the rear. Par ticulars from JAS. AY. DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth ave, Pittsburg. Jal2-B2-P Suburban Residences. FOR SALE-NEAR EMSWORTH, H TO AH acres of ground with small frame house at a bargain. C BERIN GER A SON, 103 Fourth ave. Ja9-53-ws FOR SALE-WEST BELLEVUE-1,100-NEW frame building, 3 rooms and finished attic, cellar; lot 25x120; easy payments. J. It. COOPER A CO., 107 Fourth ave. Jal2-30 FOR SALE-ATINGRAM-FRAME HOUSE OF 6 rooms; lot 50x150 feet; about 5 minutes' walk from station; easy payments. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, vi r ourm arenue. jats-i FOR SALE-AT INGHAM-VERY FINE SIX room houic, fronting on Mlddletown road; 5ood lot; about 15 minutes' from station. GEO, OHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth arenue. JaS-1 FOR SALE-A FINE, LARGE RESIDENCE at Emsworth, P., Ft. W. A U. R. R. ; elegant fxounds and first-class neighborhood: or will rent t. C. BERINUER A SON, 103 Fourth ave. ja9-53-WS F IOR SALE-AT GLENF1ELD. P., FT. W. A C. R. It., dwellings or all sizes, with large lots or acres; good board walks and mostly near the station. C. BERINGER A SON, 103 Fourth ave. Ja9-53-WS FORSALE-A LOVELY EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE at Idlewood: natural gas: all modern lm Frovements: good neighborhood: 4 minutes' walk rom station. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent. 62 Fourth ave. Ja8-1 FOR SALE-ALLLENTOWN, WASHINGTON avenue, 2-story frame house, 6 dwelling rooms, storeroom and attic: lot 23x150; city water and gas; well sewered, and In good condition: cheap: call soon. SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth avenue Jal2-7-Tus FOR SALE-A GOOD FRAME HOUSE OF 7 rooms, hall, etc, with nearly 2 acres of nice ly laying land planted in fruit and shade trees: Srlce $5,500; at Emsworth. C. BERINGER A ON . 103 Fourth ave Ja9-53-ws FORSALE-EDGEWOOD, P.R.R.-A PRETTY cottage of 6 rooms In nice location. Is Just new, will 6ell at a very low price and on the easiest of Eayments: It will par you to investigate. See LACK A BAIRD, 95 Fourth arenue. ja8-8G-D T7U)R SALE-A HOUSE AND LOT AT WIL V KINSBURO, tn line of railroad. 3 minutes walk from station; 6 rooms, hall, cellar, attic, f larches, water, natural gas, marble mantels, fine ot, slue entrance, alley In the rear; small pay ment down, balance to suit; lmmedlatepossesslon, JAS. W. DHAPH A CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. Jsl2-94-D FOR SALE-10-ROOM HOUSE WITH 3 ACRES ground and 10-room house with 6 acres ground, near Hawkins station; 9-room house with 3 acres ground, 5-room house with 2 acres ground and 8-room house with H acres ground, near Swissvale station, P. R. R.; also, near same sta tion, 3 double houses. 4 rooms and attic each side with lots 30x100, and 3 double houses, 4 rooms and attic each side with lots 25x100. MCCUNE A COULTER, Agents, 93 Fourth ave. Jal2-99 FOR SALE-A LOVELY MODERN-BUILT "Queen Anne" house of 7rooms, hardwood finish, marble mantels: all materials and work manship flrst-class: one acre of ground: beauti fully located on Beaver road, only 3 minutes by boardwalk from Emsworth station, I'., Ft. W. A C. R. W. The above property will be sold at a great bargain, as the owner Is desirous of leaving. Terms to suit purchaser. For particulars and see photograph call on J. H. IRWIN, 171 Fourth aTe Pittsburg. jal2-55-8-B City l,ots FOR SALE-LOTS FRONTING ON WYLIE, Websterand Bedford aves., Thirteenth ward. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth are. jaS-1 FOR SALE-ONLY 250 IF SOLD IN THE next few days; lots 24x120 feet on Charles st. near Boggs avenue, Mt. Washington; call at once, W. A. HERRON A SONS, SO Fourth avenue. Ja8-9MTS FOR SALE-LOTS, LOTS; BARGAINS IN lots In Dickson and Denny's new plan; 500 building lots, between Twenty-eighth and'Thlrty third street, abovo P. R. It., at prices from 8100 to 1,000 per lot, on very easy payments; call and see plans at my office at once If you want the pick of location and beiore the price goes up: come and see mc before purchasing elsewhere Call or send for Immense list of over 700 properties for sale all over both citiej ind suburbs, by THOS. McCAiFREY. Notary Public and Leading Real Estate Agent, 3509 Butler street. Telephone 1641-2. Ofllce open evenings. jal-29-TTS East End Lots. SALE-IN THE EAST END. NEAR moR I1 Ullnnri avp. flue building lot 40x100 rt. ALEXANDER A LEE, 313 Wood st. jai:-si FOR SALE-LOTS IN ARDARY PROPERTY, bhadvslde. Liberty ave, Atlantic ave, and Rebecca st. : certain or enhancement. BLACK A BAIRD, 95 Fonrth avenue. Ja8-8G-D FOR 5ALE-5 LOTS COR. GROSS AND SCIOTA sts., 20x100 each, within 5 minutes' walk of Ben Venue station, offered at a bargain. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth ave. jal2-19-TTSSu FOR SALE-FOUR LOTS. 40x100 feet each, near bhadyslde Station, for only tl,200 each: these lots are beyond a doubt a special bargain. BLACK A BAIRD, 05 Fourth at e. Ja8-8S-9,10,12,H,15,17,19 FOR SALE-IN LLOYD PLAN, LOTS ON Fifth avenue, Craig and Dlthrldge streets, Bellefltld, on line of Fifth avenue traction road; choice lots In "the circle:" location unrivalled. BLACK A BAIRD, 95 Fourth arenne. Ja8-85-D FOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS on South Hlland ave., Walnut St., Howe st., McCully st.. Roup St., Linden ave. and all the principal streets and arenues lp the East Eifd. 1HOS. LIGGETT, No. U4 Fourth ave. Jal2-19-TTSSU FOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS, AT DALLAS STA TION, P. R. It., convenient to steam and street cars: cheap and on easy terms, situation unsurpassed: price ranging lrom WOOtoKOO. In quire or D. C. NEGLEY, 6106 Penn are. East End. no2S-v78-TTS FOR SALE-LOTS IN LINDEN PLACE PLAN Linden avc, 50x120 to 20-foot alley, !1,250 each: also on Hastings St., 25x120 to 20-foot alley, from 425 to 600 each; one-third cash, bal. In one and two years. THOS. LIGGETT, No. Ill Fourth avenue. Jal2-19-TT8Su FOR SALE-IF YOU HAVE $500 ONLY AND wish to own a house, we will sell you a lot In Baum's Grove and lend you money to build a house to suit your own ideas, and give you ampletlme to repay the loan: send for plan or these choice East End lots. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth arenue. JaS-36-D FOB SALE-SO DOWN AND 10 A MONTH will buy a fine building site at Brnshton sta tion: Bank of Commerce addition: this propcrtv Is right in the line of rapid Improvements and with bnllding restrictions makes It rcrr desirable for a home: no city taxes. Secure plan from JOHN F. HAJTER, Agent, 512 Stnithfield street. ja6-41-TTSSu Ilnzelvrood Lots. FOR 8ALE-FINE BUILDING LOTS AT HA ZELWOOD, B. & O. R. R., Twenty-third ward: trains run to station In 10 to 12 minutes; price f 130 toKOO; terms made to suit purchasers, 6. MCCKICKART, new No. 1010 Penn avenue. no4-h9-ws Alleshcnv Lots. FORSALE-2 CHOICE LOTS ON REBECCA st near Liberty ave.; size each 50x130. I1LACK & BAIRD. 95 Fourth ave. Jal2-87-TTS FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS TWO LOTS on Arch st., near btockton ave., Allegheny. GEO. D. RIDDLE, 118 Diamond st. Jal2-6o TTOR SALE - SHERMAN AVF.V1TE. ALLE. JJ . GHE.NY, Iot40xll0: finest vacant lof on the parks: price 831. 5XX half cash. A, LEGGATE & so. at i eaerai st., Allegheny. jan-4., jjc OR SALE A FINE LARGE .LOT ON lerrrsville arenue. Allpirliein. on line of electric cars: 37x177 reet; excellent location: on best side orthe arenuc. Terms, etc., from JAS. W. DRAPE i. CO., 123 Fourth avenue Pittsburg. Jal2-93-HWB FOR SALE. Ilnzelvrood Residences. FORSALE-DWELLINGnoUSEOFOROOMS: modern Queen Anne style and abojt 2 acres of ground with fruit trees, grapes, flowers: also cottage of 5 rooms, outbuildings, etc, situated In the Twenty-third ward about 5 mlnntes walk from B. AO. H. R.; all ror 8,000: terms made to suit purchaser. Inquire of owner L. T. YODER. 133 Third avenue de8-55-TTS Suburban XiOts. FOR 8ALE-?200-HAYSVlLLD LOTS, 30x200 feet, near rallwar station. A. LEGOATE A SON, 31 Federal St., Allegheny. JalI-45 T710R SALE-AT INGRAM. LOTS RANGING" X' in prices from 600 to 2,500. GEO. JOHN STON, Agent, 62 Fourth arenuo. Ja8-1 F IOR SALE AT INGRAM. ONE. TWO, acre lots. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth are, jas-i ITtOR 8ALK AT INGRAM: LOTS OF ALL J-' sties and from two. fire, ten and twenty niln utesfrom station, GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 rourmare. jao-i FOR SALE AT EMSWORTH, P.. FT. W. A C. R. R., about 30 acres of fine lying land to cut up for tots; a good lnrestmcnt. C. BERINGER A SOX, 103 Fourth are. Ja9-S3-ws FOR SALE A FINE LOT AT EMSWORTH, 50x235 ft., at a bargain, as the owner don't lire here: also others at all prices. C. BERINGER A SON, 103 Fourth ave. Ja9-53-WS FOR SALE-AT INGRAM. 9 ACRES OF OLD Fleecedale place, one of the most beautiful and picturesque locations in the Ingram vallev:20 minutes from station: easy terms. GEO. JOHN STON, Real Estate Agent, 62 Fourth are. JaS-1 IiOtS. FOR SALE-CEMETERY LOT, LARGE, FINE lot located in the rery best part or Allegheny Cemetery. For further particulars address orcall on L. O. FRAZIER, Forty-fifth and Butler sts. jall-I0-D FOR SALE-84 ACRES NEAR BRINTON station, 70 acres near Swissrale station, 1 16 acre piece andl27-acre piece near Wllklnsburg station, P. R. R. : all desirable for laying out In lots. McCUNE A COULTER, Agents. 98 Fourth are. Jal2-99 FOR SALE COAL AND TIMBER LAND3 4.000 acres, with 6X feet or excellent coal, and ten million reet of .raluable timber; six miles from R. R. : clear title. Price only 30, 000 cash. A grand bargain. Address DAVID LOGAN, Agt., Meadvllle, Pa. JalO-6-Ths FOR SALE-TWO RICH MERCER COUNTY, Pa., farms; 117 acres and 62 acres: line build ings, rich land, good orchards, near schools and churches: will sell or exchange: owncrllresln Richmond, Va. Particulars R. B. CHAFFIN A CO., Richmond, Va. lalO-17-D FOR SALE A LARGE FARM, 230 ACRES, close to railroad, about 15 miles from the city; dwelling, outbuildings, orchard, coal, water, etc.. etc. ; will be sold cheap, as owner Is a non resident; terms to suit; title perfect. Particulars from J AS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth arenue. Pittsburg. jal2-92-D Business Chances. FOR SALE-OR TO LET-BARBER SHOP with baths: possession glren April 1. Ad dress C. ZUPPELLO, Oil City. Jall-2 FOR SALE-RESTAURANT-ONE OF THE best In the city; central location: established 20 years; splendid chance foran energetic man: must be sold soon. J. R. COOPER A CO., 107 Fonrth are all-32 FOR BALE-LONG ESTABLISHED. DESIR ABLE city business: the owner by whom it was founded 26 years ago is retiring: annual sales (40,000: can be largely increased: capital required about 10,000. Apply to I. M. PENNOCK A SON, 105 Fourth are. Ja8-56 FOR SALE-ONE-HALF INTEREST IN A woolen mill and broom factory In oneofthe best towns In Western Pennsrlranla; the only business of the kind in countr; fully equipped and doing well. JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. Jal2-92-D FO R S A L 15.000 WORTH OF STOCK AT par, paying 20 per cent: extensive coal works, good small hotel, stores, drug stores, boarding houses, tea stores, shoe stores, bakeries, con fectioneries, and other business chances. SHEP ARD A CO., 54 Fifth avenue. ja3 FOR SALE-bTOCK OF DRYGOODS. LEASE and fixtures, or lease and fixtures separate; best stand on Federal St., Allegheny; rare chance for a young man to embark In business; present proprietor wants to retire. For particulars ad dress M. FIRE, 102 Federal St., Allegheny. Ja8-34-TTS FORSALE-A GENTS FURNISHING. AND clothing business in a growing town on line of two railroads, about 50 miles from Pittsburg; stock Is In good condition; business prosperous; satisfactory reasons for selling. Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth are., Pitts burg. Jal2-92-D FOR SALE-GROCERY STORE-ONE OF THE finest In the East End; commands large and profitable trade: good reasons for selling; will in voice about 83,000; 2,000 cash, balance In one year. For full particulars see DENNISON A SCHWAN, 103 Fourth ave, or STATION ST. AND P. R. R., East End. Ja8-30 SOR SALE LEASE, FURNISHMENT AND good-will of the best farmers' hotel and board bouse In Allegheny; 30 rooms, well furnished; 80 "stalls and yard-room! allln flrst-class condition; best of reasons for selling: Immediate possession glren. Inquire of J. M. SWAN, 189 Federal St., Allegheny. Pa. Ja3-51 -pa IOR SALE-AN OLD ESTABLISHED COUN TRY store with general stock of drygoods. carpets, groceries; one of the best country towns In the State; on line of two railroads; a corner property; finest stand and the leading store In the place; business runs about 3,000 a month and all sare: has always made money. JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth are., Pittsburg. Jal2-92-D FOR SALE-A DRUGSTORE IN GOOD COUN TRY town within 100 miles from Pittsburg; twolines of railroad to and from the city: about 8, 000 population and Increasing: tho most pros perous town in the State of Its size, which has natural gas. large Iron works and glass factory; this Is the best drugstore In the place: rent low; stock, etc., would invoice about 3,000; satisfac tory reasons for selling. Particulars from JAS. W. DKAPE4C0., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. Jal2D Business Stnnrts. FOR SALE-NO. 25 DIAMOND ST., 4-STORY brick building containing store and 11 dwell ing rooms: good bargain. LASHELL&RANKIN, 67 Fourth ave. Jall-17 IJIOR BALE-SEVERAL VERY FINE BU3I Penn. 1 NESS properties fronting on Fifth, blxth and other avenues. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave. jaa-i FOR SALE-NO. 29 FOURTH AVENUE-LOT 21x80 feet, with 3-story store and dwelling; good businecs location: price low, W. A. HER- huh & au-aa, ou r ourui are. Ja5-87-TTS FOR SALE-A BUSINESS PROPERTY ON Fifth are., near Court House, two (2) brick houses, 4 rooms and storerooms each: good cellar, water and gas; lot 20x60 ft: terms easy. ALLES SP.A1LEY, 164 Fourth ave. Telephone 167. jal2-78 FOR SALE-9, 700-CHOICE BUTLER STREET business property; lot 21x100 feet to alley: flrst clas3lmprovcments;rentIngforagood rental. For further particulars address or call on L, O. I'KAZIER, Agent, Forty-fifth and Butler tts, Jall-lO-p TT7H1R SALE COR. NORTH AVENUE AND leral St.. Allcghenr. a verv desirable busi X1 Federal St., ness property; a large 4-story ouimmg in good condition: now naylng a handsome lncoaie. Ap ply at once. W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. Ja3-33-TTS P OR SALE THAT VERY ELIGIBLY LO CATED hotel property corner Ohio and Arch streets, Allegheny; three-story brick building, 30 rooms and lour storerooms, all In good order; lot 60x100 feet. GEORGE D. RIDDLE, Attorney, 118 Diamond street. jao-25-D Manufnctnrlnsr Sites. FORSALE-SEVERAL FINE MANUFACTUR ING sites fronting on rivers and railroads and convenient to city. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth avc. JaS-1 P IOR SALE -MANUFACTURING SITE; ONE oi ine oest in tne city, near Twenty-fifth on Alleehcnr Valler lullrnad; hufiATi lrnn- clad building on lot 100x120 reet, on long lease; side-track connections with Allegheny Valley Railroad. For all particulars address CA RRI ER NO. 26, Pittsburg P. 0. Ja3-90-D machinery and Metals. EORSALE-12H. P. ENGINE AND BOILER: . also a band saw; cheap. Apply to CONRAD BAUER, Southern are., Mt. Oliver. Jal2-80 FOR SALE-REMINUTON TYPEWRITERS AT the lowest cash prices, or on the insttllmcnt plan. A. M. MARTIN, 412 Wood st. Jal2-ll FOR SALE-TWO SECOND-HAND BOILERS complete; one upright tubular 8 ft. bv 38 Inches, two months old; other a two-flue 22 'feet by 42 Inches. RIPLEY & CO., S. S. jall-18 FJRSALE 2 HORIZONTAL ENGINES, 18x22, 1 Ball cnzlne. 1 smill dvnamo and 2 lamn3 and meat choppers, rendering kettles, etc. VELTE & MCDONALD, Penn ave., cor. Thirty-second st jeiwsj-rrs FOR SALE-NEW AND SECOND-HAND machinery; engines from 4-horse power up, boilers, pumps, etc.: call or write for prices. FAHEY & FFALLEli. Faber and Washington sts., near Union depot. ap24-vS3Ji-TTS Special. -pOR SALE-FINE BARGAINS IN CITY, SUB URBAN and farm properties. LASHELL & RANKIN, 67 Fourth are. jall-17 FOR SALE-WILKINSBURG, LARGE BRICK bouse, 9 rooms, splendid condition; 2,500 cash, balance on lonjr time. For sale-Wllkinsbtirg, Queen Anne frame house near station, at a bargain. Lot 41x122. For sale Wllklnsburg, two new frame houses, 6 rooms each. Lot 44x124. Just new. For sale Hazelwood, two doable brick houses; citv conveniences: reasonable price and time. Call on J. DERilITT, 407 Grant st. Ja9-7-ws FOB SALE-KEAL ESTATE ON PENN AVE. and Butler and adjoining streets; call or send lor Immense list of houses and lots for sale; the Butler st. and Penn ave. cable line commence op erations on or before Dec 15, fare only 5 cents to Allegheny Cemetery gatepn Penn ave., 7 cents to East Liberty: this Is official; now 13 the time to buy yourself a home, as property In this neighbor hood is sure to advance after cableline Is running. Be sure and see THOS. MCCAFFREY, the leading agent, 3509 Butler st., beiore purchasing; office open evenings; telephone 1641-2. no27-y40-ws ' JHIscellancon. FOB SALE-ONE BILLIAKD AND TWO pool tables: Brunin lck-l!nlke make: size 4x8. Address B., P. O. BOX 1013, ashlngton. Pa. Jall-08 FOB SALE-SMALL SAFK. NEW, WITH combination lock; price only 30 cash: nothing in the market near so chean. C. II. LOVE. No. 93 Fourth avenue. JU2-4, TO LET. CitT Residence. mO LET-A LARGE DWELLING ON FOURTH JL avenue, citv, near Smlthneld street nosses- slon April 1. JAb. W. DRAPE A CO. 129 Fourth aTenue 1 ittsourg. jalz-35 TO LET-15 TO APRIL AND 18 THERE AFTER, a good brick house 7 rooms, on Webster avenue Elerenth ward. W. A. HER RON A BON 3, 80 Fourth arenue. jaI2-23-TT8 Tn LET (991-563 FIFTH AVENnF- TEN minutes from Court House; nnt two-storr press uncK aweiung, seven rooms ana attic saion parlor, bath, range hot and cold water, both gases: S30 per month; Immediate possession. AMUEL W. BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth arenue. ja53-TT8 East End Residences TO LET-407 LINCOLN AVENUE, EAST END, 2-story and mansard 8-room frame dwelling; all modern improvements: lot 25x140; a fine resi dence property. SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth avenue. Jal2-6-TTS Alleshcnr Residences. Tv jjr.i iiousL, rivj!, iiuuitis, iiAijij; rent only 10: also seven rooms and hall, only 18. Inquire 61 SAN DUSKY bT., Allegheny. Jal038 rpo TO LFT-ON STEWART STREET. ALLE GHENY brick house 5 rooms, natural gas, etc.: rental 15 per month. ALEXANDER A LEK, 313 A ood strict. J a 12-8 1 TO LET-A DESIRABLE THREE-STORY press brick dwelling house 9 rooms, furnished ; attic, laundry, natural gas throughout, heater In hall, all modern Improvements, Sherman ave-. Allegheny. Apply to ROBER1' KNOX, JR., 17 Sherman ave., Allegheny City. ja!2-25 Suburban Residences. TO LET-10-ROOM HOUSE WITH 6 ACRES ground and 8-room bouse with 2 acres ground. near nawkins station; can give immeaiate posses- slon. MCCUNE A COULTER, Agents, ro rth are. Jal2-99 TO LET VERY DESIRABLE SUBURBAN residence 2 squares off cable line on Robin son st., Oakland: large, new double house, 12 rooms; 2 acres of ground: stable: possession at once if desired: only 55 per mo. W. A. HERRON A SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. Ja3-31-TTS Apartments. TO LET-DESK ROOM, WITH USE OF DESK, In our main ofllce. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fonrth avenue. jal2-4 TO LET SUITS OF TWO AND THREE rooms: also store. Inquire at 61 SANDUSKY ST., Allegheny. JalO-18 TO LET-SOME UNFURNISHED ROOMS suitable ror housekeeping; store and dwelling on corner or Penn avenue and Third street, with nat. gas. Inquire at 41 FOURTH STREET. Jall-l TO LET-DESIRABLE DOUBLE PARLORS on 1st of April next; suitable especially for doctor's offices, on Penn are., between Sixth and Ninth sts. Address D. H., Dispatch ofllce. jal2-58-TTS Farms. TO LET-FORSALEOR EXCHANGE-FARM, suitable lor farming, poultry or fish culture. Inquire 61 SANDUSKY ST., Allegheny. JalO-18 Ta LET-A FARM IN BEAVER CO. OF about 100 acres: good buildings: has been U6ea ior uairr purposes, inquire oi wai. MITCHELL. 514 Wood St. Ja9-9-WBSn TO LET-FINE FARM OF 91 ACRES, SUIT ABLE ror farming, gardening or dairy; good buildings; 7 miles from Pittsburg. O. ANDER SON, 88 Buena Vista street, Allegheny City. Jal2-76-s TO LET-DAIRY OR STOCK FARM, TWO miles from Coraopolls. P. A L. E. R. R.; one mile from Ewlng's Mills. Montour Railroad, con taining 140 acres. 100 acres In culltratlon; well watered, good orchard, comfortable house new barn: used as a dairy fara for several years. I. II. PENNOCK&SON, No. 105 Fourthave. dc28-86-8 Offices. Desk Room. 3tc TO LET-DESIHARLE OFFICES IN THAT fine new building, cor. Federal and Isabella Allegheny; rent low. W. A. HERRON A SONS, 8J Fourth avenue. Jal2-23-ns mO LET- IN THE MCCANCE BLOCK, and beventh avenue X Smlthneld, Liberty well-lighted offices, each room fronting on a prin cipal street: passenger and merchandise eleva tors. ja8-32 TO LET-LARGE FRONT ROOM, SECOND floor, 518 binlthfleld St., opposite City Hall and adjoining Duquesne Hotel, with chairs, desk, etc. MORRIS A FLEMING, 1C6 Fourth are. de4-d63-TTS TO LET -OFFICE 18 BY 24 FT.; WELL lighted: on flist floor of Germanla Savings' Bank building: rent reasonable to approved tenant. Apply to THOS. D. KELLER, 419 Wood street. oc25-a64-TTS TO LET-COO-REDUCED RENTS: OFFICES IN Eisner building, Fifth ave and Wood st.; finest location in city: large light rooms: lanltor service and steam heat free. SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth are. oc21-xl7-D T IO LETlNEW OFFICES: SPLENDID LIGHT. The Germanla Savlncs Bank. 423 Wood St.. having cbangad the Interior of its building by adding 15 large.'atrv and well-lighted offices with all modern convenience!, elevator, etc., oner the same for rent at reasonable terms. Parties desir ing a fine locatloncshould apply at once at the BANK. de21-75-D Business Stands. TO LET-HOUSE. NINE ROOMS ANU STORE ROOM, near bridge. Inquire 61SANDUSKV ST., Allegheny. Jal0-13 TO LET-SMITHFIELD ST. STORE, 4-STORY building; weU located. C. H. LOVE 93 Fourth avenue. jaiz-4 TO LET-TIVOLI GARDEN-PITTSBURG Optra House now known as London Thea ter. Apply to COLUMBUS COLEMAN, Supt., Opera House building. Ja3-33 mO LET-8. MARKET 8TREET-3-STORY JL brick business bouse; storeroom with plate class front; Immediate possession. BLACK A baiud, va Fourtn arenue. jal2-12 TO LET-HOTEL CONTAINING 30 ROOMS; flrst-class order; corner Ohio and Arch streets, Allegheny: Immediate possession. GEO. O. RIDDLE, Attorney, lis Diamond st. Ja5--5-D TO LET-311 FIFTH AVENUE, AN ALMOST new brick store and dwelling of 6 rooms, good style, late Improvements; possession at once. If desired (rent to April 1, '$, very cheap). TV. A. HERRON i. SONS, 80 Fourth aTenue. ta4-10-4,7,10,12 Special, mo LET-HOUSES- 240 Johns st., near Klrkpatrlck, 3 new 2-story brick; 7 rooms, hall, vestibule, nat. and art. gas; with nat. gas 24 per month. J3C0-Logan St., cor. Wilson, new, Brooms, brick, near Wylle, nicely grained and finished. ?50O Wylle, cor. Logan, new, 8 rooms, brick, bath, w. c, btsement laundry, art, and nat. gas; grained throughout; nice loca tion. PITTSBURG CO., Limited. Real Estate and In snrance, 133 Fifth ave.. Pittsburg. Ja7-13-Tun PERSONAL. PERSONAL NEW BOOKS! NEW BOOKS', come and seel come and seel good editions low prices. LEVI'S BOOKSTORE, 800 Liberty st. no4-13 PERSON AL-YOU WILL BE A LONGTIME dead, hut a short time alive so be up and make the best or It: see that rour wearing apparel always looks neat and tidy. DICKSON, the Tailor, of 65 Fifth arenuc corner Wood street, second floor, makes a specialty of fine cleaning and repairing; gli e him a trial, lelephone 1558. Jaa FOUND. FOUND-MAGICAL AND PHENOMENAL success; a dermatologist who has devoted bis life to the study of beautifying the complexion, has discovered a lost art; positive and permanent way of producing the most beautiful, clear, pink and white complexion; send 81 and receive a pack age with Instructions guaranteed to glre a yonth lul freshness and softness to the skin: no poisonous cosmetics. Address DERMATOLOGIST LABOR ATORY. Box 63, Penn station, Ta. Jal2-8 LOST. T OST- AN ACCOUNT BOOK BETWEEN Jj Twcnty-flrst and Thirtieth sts.. S. S.. on Friday, January 11. Reward If left with MR. KASTLEMAN, cor. Eighteenth and Carson sts. 3al2-67 MEETINGS. MEMBERS OP PITTSBURG UNION NO. 102, E. A. W., aro requested to meet at their hall,SS0SButlerstreet,on8lINDAY,Janu. ary 13. at 1 o'clock r. 3t., sharp, to attend the funeral of Sister Mrs. Mary Jlurphy. Sister lodges are invited to attend. ia!2-29 Western Pennsylvania Hospital, 1 Pittsburg, January 8. 1889. j THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE CON TRIBUTORS to tho Western Pennsylvania Hospital will be held at the Department for the Insane, at Dixmont. on TUESDAY, January 15 between the hours of 12 m. and 3 o'clock p. m. jaNW JOHN A. HARPER, Secretary. NOTICE MEMBERS OF KNOXVILLE Council No. 370, O. U. A. M., are rtnnested to meet at their hall, Arlington ave.. Thirty first ward.Pittsbnrp.on SUNDAY MORNING, January 13, 1889, at 9 o'clock sharp, to attend the luneral of onr late brother, John L. Rozer son. Sister councils are cordially invited to attend. By order. MARK ANDREWS, C. Attest: J. E. GLASGOW. R. S. - ja!2-71 EDUCATIONAL. PENNSYLVANIA FEMALE COLLEGE EasfEnd. Pittsburg. Second term opens February 1, 1889. Dllworth Hail is ready for occupancy and will accommodato a larger num ber of students. Apply to MISS HELEN E. PELLETREAU, President. jaSS piTTSBURG FEMALE COLLEGE Unsurpassed for health and comfort Music, elocution, fine arts, Enplili literature, classics, French. German, etc Full courses of stndv. Largest and lien ecruipped school for ladle's. Twentr-thrce instructors. The next term will begin January 2). Send for catalogue to REV. A. H. NORCROSS, D. D., jaW8-Tus Pittsburg, Pa, AUCTION SALES. i UCTION SALE. FINE BRICK DWELLING, 112 Fayette st, Allegheny, near Fulton st, THURSDAY. JANUARY 17, at 2 P. JC, On the premises. This is a press brick dwelling of 9 rooms, range, bath, 2 Inside w. c, electric bells, laun dry with stationary tubs, extra complete; seweraco and plumbing, natural jps all through, marble mantels, wide halls, porch, bay window In dining room, and large lot 20x124 feet, running back to Hamlin street Sale positive. . . . , BLACK 4 BAIRD. jall-35-Mvrrhrsa 35 Fonrth ave. PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS FOR 12-INCH STEEL GUN forcings Ordnance Office, War Depart ment, Washington, January 4, 1889. Sealed proposals, in duplicate, will bo received at this office nntil 3 o'clock P. 31., on FRIDAY", JAN UARY. 18. 1S89. at which time they will be pub licly opened, for supplying the- Ordnance De partment, U. S. Army with Steel Forgings. of American manufacture, for hoops and breech mechanism for a 12-inch steel gun. Early de livery Is desired. Blank 'forms on which pro posals must be made and all information re quired bv bidders can be bad upon application. S. V. BENET, Brig. Gen.. Chief of Ordnance ja6-71-D Office of the Controller of " Am-eohknt county, Pittsburo, January 10. 18S9. J NOTICE TO BAKERS AND BUTCHERS. Sealed proposals will be received at this office until 3 o'clock 3ATURDAY, January 12, 1889, for supplying Allegheny county jail with bread and meat, from January 15, 18s9, until July 16, 1SS9. Bread, to be of good quality wheat bread. Proposals for meat will be 1st, good quality boiling beef, not to contain more than 25 per cent bone: 2d, to be free from bone and fat, accompanied with such an amount of soup bone as the Warden shall direct. The board reserve the right to consider either proposition in the interest of the county. AH supplies to bo subject to the approval of the Warden, and to be furnished in such quantities and at such times as he shall direct. For further informa tion inquire at the county jail. The board re servo the right to reject any or all bids. JOSIaH SPEER. Controller, jal0-8 and Secretary ot Prison Board. Ohio Connecting Railway. Office of Chief Engineer, Pittsburg, Pa., December 27, 1888. $ HOTICETOCOHTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the undersigned, Pennsylvania Company's Building, Penn street, near Tenth street. Pitts burg. Pa., until Saturday, 26th January, 1889, for the grading, foundations, masonry, and bridge superstructure of the Ohio Connecting Railway, between Nimick station, on the P. C. & St: L. Ry and Wood's Run station, on the P.,Ft.W.&C.Ry. The length of the lino is two and one-fourth (2V) miles, and embraces the following work: 5,000 Cu. yds. earth excavation. 16,000 Cu. yds. loose rock excavation. 30,000 Cu. yds. solid rock. 19,700 Cu. yds. excavation of foundation, dry. 5,800 Cu. yds. excavation of foundation, wet. 6,340 Cu. yds. excavation for caissons, and crillage foundations. 5,675 Cu. yds. concrete In foundations. 2,168 Cu. yds. concrete filling in caissons. 208,000 feet b. m. timber in foundations on plat forms. 5,000 Lin. f C foundation piles. 3,400 Cu. yds. abutment masonry. 11,100 Cu. yds. pier masonry. 850 Cu. yds. masonry in viaduct pedestals. 5S0 Lin. ft. framed wooden trestle work. SCO Lin. ft. pile trestle work. 2 Spans pin connected iron deck bridge 121' 9" each. 1 Span pin connected iron through bridge 416' 0". 11 Spans pin connected iron deck bridge 171' 15-5" each. 1 Span pin connected iron through bridge 525' C'. 1 Span pin connected iron deck bridge 137' 6". 2 Spans pin connected iron deck bridge 105'8"each. 631 LI a. ft. Iron plato girder viaduct in alter nate spans of 30 and 46 ft 270 Lin. ft. iron plate girder viadnc tin alter nate spans of 30 ft. 75 Lin. ft. iron plate girder viaduct in one span. 1 Span wooden Howe truss through bridge 60 ft. long. Flans and specifications for this work are now ready for examination at this office. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. M. J. BECKER. Chief Engineer Ohio Connecting Railway. ja3-39-TTS TO CONTRACTORS FOR ELECTRIC LIGHTING. Office of the boabd op public improvements. ST. LOUIS, January 8, 1889. ) Sealed proposals for the public work hereinafter mentioned will be received at the ofllce of the Board of Public Improvements of the City of St. Louis, Mo., until 12 m. of the 23th day of February, 1S39, at which hour they will be publicly opened and read, viz. : For lighting with electricity for the term or ten years from January 1, 1890, the streets, public places and such, public buildings as may be desig nated In the following districts orthe City of St. Louis, Mo., viz. : Letting No. 2, 503. The district described as the southern district In ordinance numbered 11, 637, ap proved December 29, 1333. Deposit required, 3,0CO. Letting No. 2,504. The district described as the northern district In ordinance number 14, 697, ap proved December 29. 1S98. Deposit required, 13,000. Bidders will state prices per annum at which are lights of 2,000-candle power each, or incandescent lights, of 30-candle power each, will be furnished, operated and maintained, for lighting streets and FiuDllc places: also prices per annum aiwmcnarc gtits, or2.00O-candle power each, or Incandescent lights, or 16-candle power each, will be furnished, operated and maintained forllgbtlngpubllcbulld lngs. Everything required for the above electric light ing shall be furnished and maintained by the con tractor. The contract with the city will carry the privil ege of furnishing electricity for light and power to prlrate parties and corporations along the lines of distribution. The contract will contain stipulations by which the City of St, Louis may acquire the entire elec tric plant and appurtenances at the expiration of the contract. Bidders must submit with proposals, general and detailed plans and specifications of the pro posed system of distributing the electricity, mode, of supporting the lights and wires, and of safety appliances. Proposals must be made on blank forms and In closed In envelopes furnished by the Board or Public ImproTements. The certificate or the Treasurer of the City of St. Louis that the sum of M, 000 has been deposited in the treasury must be Inclosed with the proposal. Therigntto reject any or an proposals is ex pressly reserved. Specifications, form or contract and plans orthe districts to be lighted, may be seen at the ofllce or the President of the Board of Public Improve ments of the City of St. Louis, on and after Janu ary 23, 18S9. Any contract let hereunder will require the ap proval orthe Municipal Assembly by ordinance. By order of the Board. HENKY FLAD, President. Attest: E3I0RT S. FOSTER, Jall-22 Secretary. o UR SPECIALTY- RENT COLLECTING. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 FOURTH AVE., ESTABLISHED 1878. de27.25-TV3 CONSUME YOUR OWN GARBAGE IN stoves and ranges while using the same for cooking, or any other purpose, by using the Eureka Garbage Burner. For illustrative cir cular, containing full information, call on or address JAMES ANDERSON, S3 East Diamond street, je5-n57-TT3 Allegheny. Pa. n A.BALPH, BUILDING CONTRACTOR, 41 Seventh avenue, Pittsburg. Pa. Telephone 1314. se5-n60-TT3 GEO. H. BARBOUR. CIVIL ENGINEER, Surveyor, Draughtsman and Designer of Bridges Roofs and M1U Buildings, Room 62 Eisner Building. rlel2-k66-D W FIFTH AVENUE, Pittsburg. 99) SIM'L W. BUCK HO., (99 99 FOURTH AVENUE, ' LOAN MONEY On mortgages in city and country at lowest rates of interest. de2-76-iiThS Walter J. Oseorne. Richard Barrows. BARROWS & OSBORNE JOB PRINTERS, i 90 Diamond, street. Telephone No. SU 8e2-k5C-TTSBu TNCORPORATED 1794-THE INSURANCE I . COMPANY OF TOE STATE OF PENN SYLVANIA, of Philadelphia. Cash assets $ 700,101 00 Losses paid since organization 13,544.827 00 GEO. W. DEAN & CO., 101 Fonrth ave. nolS-rlO-wa INSUItANCE STATEMENTS. STATEMENT OF BIRMINGHAM FTRE INSURANCE COMPANY, ot Pittsburj, Pa., for the year ending December 31, 18S& Cash capital 5200,000 00 ASSETS. Bonds and mortgages ...$217,030 92 Real estate 13,749 93 Cashin bank and office 7.68163 Premiums in course of collection.... 6,864 93 Interest due and accrued 3,869 63 Rents due and unpaid 52 75 All other property of the company.. 107 72 230,437 65 LIABTUTIES. Reinsurance reserve $ 19,527 00 Unpaid losses 1,758 00 Unpaid dividends 193 50 Unpaid bills, etc 99 00 S 21,575 50 Capital stock 200.00U0O Net surplus above all liabilities 28,882 05 RECEIPTS. C35755 Premiums ................$ 23,383 25 Less reinsurance 933 86 S22.449 43 Intereston mortgages 12,726 3S S 36,182 16 DISBURSEMENTS. Losses from rirevious years $ 3,298 00 Losses in 1883 5,637 16 S 8.935 16 Commissions 2,474 69 Salaries, rent, tax, etc 6,954 15 S 18,364 00 Dividends to stockholders 12,000 00 $ 30,364 00 Ja8-72-TT3 E. G.SCHOLZE. Sec'y.' STATEMENT OF THE ARTISANS IN SURANCE Company of Pittsburg;, Pa., for the year ending December 31, 1888. Capital stock S10O.0OO 00 Authorized capital 200.000 00 ASSETS. Bonds and mortgages $73,840 62 Real estate 2Fj,900 00 Interest due and accrued 2,614 CO Loans on collaterals 8,000 00 Bonds 6.969 00 Cash in banks and in office 12,045 62 Premiums in course of collection... 2,412 52 Agents balance 707 35 Rents due and accrued 382 75 Reinsurance duo from other com panies , -- 16150 S138.983 46 . LIABILrnES. Unpaid losses $225 85 Unpaid dividends 450 00 Unpaid bills 72 69 Capital stock 100.000 CO Reinsurance reserve fund 18,405 00 Surplus 17.S23 89 S13cs933 46 INCOME. Premiums, net 520,142 61 Interest, rents and all other sources 5.193 10 8,340 74 EXPENDITURES. Fire losses $6,124 37 Expenses, rents and salaries 6,278 30 Commissions and State taxes 2,545 56 " 314,943 23 Dividends paid stockholders S5,658 00 Losses paid from organization to date 227,421 82 Dividends paid from organization todate 221.000 00 Risk in force, December 31, 1888.. ai23.18J 07J ja!046 CHAS. P. SMITH, Secretary. STATEMENT OF THE TEUTONIA IN SURANCE Company of Allegheny. Pi, for the year ending December 31, 1SSS: Capital 5125,000 CO With privilege to increase to 200.000 00 ASSETS. Bonds and moitgages, first liens.... 184.916 00 Interest due and accrued 3,543 37 Real estate 4,093 23 National Bank stock. 6,230 CO Bills receivable 190 55 Premiums in course of collection.. . 2,924 29 Cash in bank and office 8,875 TSi S210,73S 25 LIABlIiITJ.ES. Capital stock $125,000 00 Unpaid losses 1,525 00 All other claims against company.. 3 76 Reinsurance reserve 24,824 10 Net surplus over all liabilities. 59,445 39 3210.793 25 RECEIPTS. Premiums $32,544 OS Interest. 10,913 50 ifcwIIlWaaB a ! Dill Wj SU,I0S53 EXPENDITURES. Fire losses of 1887 $4,141 67 Fire losses of 1888 7.869 35 512,011 03 , Return premiums and abatements.. $3,262 SO Reinsurance. 257 51 Rents, taxes and all other expenses. 3,215 61 Commissions 4.424 34 osiiiriGS,,.,! . 0.0II7 otj Dividends Nos. 30 and 31 10,000 00 536,69125 Receipts in eicess of disbursements 7,417 33 Risks in force December 31. 1S83 3,691,31.1 00 jag-73-P C. W. GERWIG. Secretary. To LET OR FOR SALE- An Kept. CoMOuions anil f ell-Fiii isM House on fit Avenue, If ear Dinwiddle street Built and finished in the best style. Just the place, and an admirable chance for, physician, dentist or professional person, the' cable cars bringing; 20,000 people to it every day. Southside, Lawrence-villa and Miners ville districts within a few minutes by bridge and Fort incline plane; Oakland, East Liberty and the old city quickly accessible by cable cars. Owing to central situation on main thorough fare and to new facilities for access, this prop erty will soon be as desirable for professional men as Penn avenue formerly was. Apply to. BLACK & BAIRD, Real Estate Agents, 95 Fourth avenue. del3-166 TO LET. Some of the finest rooms In the city for general business purposes at the New Dispatch building, 75, T7 and 73 Dia mond street. WELL LIGHTED, well rentflated. with con venient passenger and freight elevator service. SITUATION, the most central In the city, within a few hundred feet of tbe post offices, (new and old). City Hall, the new county buildings. Fifth arenue, Smith field street and Fourth avenne. PARTIES requiring power service also sup plied, with special quarters and every convenience. ELECTRIC LIGHTING, steam heating and janitor service included in the rents, which are moderate. GREAT advantages and economy in thesa new quarters. Apply between U A. Jf. and 5 P. M. at the NEW DISPATCH BUILDING. 75. 77 and 79 Diamond street. NOTICE. REA BROS. & Co., Bankers and Brokers, Will occupy temporarily office in Germanla' Savings' Bank Building, comer Wood and Dia mond sts., directly opposite former office. En trance on Diamond st., rear of Mutual Union Tel. Co. jal057 CONTINENTAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. of New Yoric CASH CAPITAL ASSETS OF OVER $5,000,000- The agency of this company for the South side of this city, extending from the year 1SS3L has just been closed, and tbe company is now prepared to appoint a new man or men for that' district. Applications may be made at onca either in person or by letter to the undersigned. J. W. ARROTT, 611 Wood SL, Pittsburg. Pa. JalO-87 WANTED. HOUSES, 5 TO 8 ROOMS, TO RENT. TENANTS WAITING. Samuel W. Black & Co, 99 Fourth Ave. jall-23-11,12,15.17,19 WANTED. BUSINESS HOUSES TO RENT. i HAVE GOOD TENANTS WAITING FOB THEM. Samuel W. Black k Co., 99 Fourth Ave. Jall-2G-ll,12,15,17,19 A-t-r"iREWARD-"100 'WUX BE PAID. 5)1UU and no questions asked, for the re turn of goods stolen from my place of business Christmas night: some of the goods are of no value except to the owners. JOS. M, oonrtM rot, oo c ma aye., second noor. 112-28 at 1 1 V 1 1 i j. .JS-