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W $Z& tX' J- i THE- PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 188 3, & ' FOlt SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE. Suburban Rrsldenrr. FOR' SALE-HOUSES WITH ALL MODERN Improvements, near Wllklnsburg station; prices lowandtermseasy. McOUNEiOOULTER, Agents, 98 Fourth are. mhl-80-8 TfTWR. SALE-A FINE RESIDENCE; LABGE A.' lot. 100x30, on Beaver road, Ave minutes' Jllk from Einsworth; price, ftSOO. LH. IRWIN, Iiltourth avenue Pittsburg. mhs-33-s T7HJK BALE A LAKGE KES1DENCE OP It JL' rooms and fine grounds, at Ems worth, hiring all modern Improvement, and one of the very pest locations for an elegant borne. C. BKR 1NGLR &.SOK, 10J Fourth ave mhlt-t3-ThS ER SALE-AT A BARGAIN IF APPLIED for soon, at Howard station. P., V. i&B, acre ground, with nice 6-room frame house, finished basement, excellent -water, fruits, etc 1. Si. PENAOCK. SON, 105 Fourth ave mhlW9-TTS. TjWKiiALE-SSOO CASH AND BALANCE SAiUJ Jj as lent, at West Bellerne, Pa.; possession at once: sew frame house, rooms, halL front and side verandas, both gases and water:lot 37KX10O; Mr bargain to quick purchaser. EWLNG 4 BT EEb, 107 Federal st. mhl2-ll-TTS TriORSALE-SUBURBAN BESIDENCE-BKICK. X! bouse of 9 -rooms and finished attic bath room, natural pas, w. c, etc: 7H acres of beauti ful land: shade and fruit trees: convenient tn the city and near It. B. station. ALEXANDER it&r i nwv su mnis-ia-i) F OK SALE AT INGRAM BTATION, P. C & attic rooms, all finished in the finest style: Hate mantels In every room: tile hearth: porches In front and rear: a modern bone In every particu lar; price low; lot68x26i, J. C. BEILlV, 77 Dia mond st. mhl6-9 TTWR SALE SUBURBAN RESIDENCE AND X! fine large lot, 125x200 feet; B rooms in resi dence; natural gas; beautiful chandeliers; rooms elegantly papered and decorated throughout, and e entitling In nice order; fruit trees, grapevines and shrubbery In abundance: copious flow ofpure crystal water; property only a minutes' walk from railroad station; price (5,500: a rare bargain, Immediate possession. JASTw. DRAPE CO., IS Fourth avenue Pittsburg. mhlS-7-P OR SALE OR TO LET ONE OF THE MOST beautiful suburban places In Allegheny county; the house Is large, containing IS rooms, splendidly finished, and surrounded with wide erandas; It Is completely fitted up will bath rooms, water closets and natural gas: there Is a good stable and handsomefowlhouse: thegrounds arc very beautiful and well supplied with choice shrubbery, fruit and ornamental trees: the whole will be sold, with from 1 to S acres orgronnd, at a verv moderate price. KNOXVILLEO.AND IM PROVEMENT CO., S5 Knox avenue, Jtnoxvllle borough. lal9- FOR SALE-A FINE SDBDRBAN RESI DENCE and grounds on Penn avenue, near U.K. station: 10 commodious rooms, bath, lava tory, cedar closet, laundry, furnace, natural gas, drr cellar with concrete floor, vegetable niches, Sorch In front and on either side, etc, etc : a eautiful residence and In elegant order through out: spacious grounds, great abundance and va riety of fruit trees, grapevines and ancestral oaks, copious flow of pure crystal water, purling brook, emerald mead, etc. etc. : onir S minutes' from R. R. station and on line of new cable road extension: price moderate: IX 000 to S3, 000 down, balance In lu years. J AS. wlDRAPEi CO.. 13 Fourth avenue. Pittsburg. mhlS-lOo-irws FOR SALE LOTS. City Lota T7WE SALE-BLUFF ST., NEAR COLLEGE. JU lot23 ft S In. bT 141 tt. ROBERT COWARD, 20 Bluff st. mhlO-23-TTSSu mi JL? and Bedford aves.; new cable Une GEO. JOHNbTON, Agent, 62 Fourth avc mhl5-28 East End Lota, FOR SALE-(3C0 FOR A LOT ON REBECCA street, one square from cable line. Nineteenth ward; size, 31x160. MELLON BROTHERS, 6349 Station St., E. E. mhlS-87-ws TT'OKSALE-3 MINUTES FROM CABLE CARS JD on Oakland avenue (which Is paved), Oak land; choice location: lots 50x150 leet W. A. HEBRON & SONS. 80 Fourth avenue mh7-40-TT8 FOR SALE-LOT ON FRANKLIN ST.. WIL KINbBUBO. about S minutes' from station; 3U0 ft. rront by 112 ft. deep; price very low. Mc CUNE COULTER, Agent, 98 Fourth ave mh!6-80-S FOR SALE-THE BEST LOTS AT THE MONEY In Oakland fronting Forbes at. and Firth avc opposite the school house, only tlOO per foot front. W. A. HEREON A bONS, 80 Fourth ave nue mh7-40-TTS T710R SALE A LOT THAT MUST BE SOLD AT JD once, 89 feet front; Hastings St., 2 squares from Fifth avenue, near railroad station and ca ble line: price only (450. MELLON BROS.. 6349 Station St., E. E. mhlS-70 FOR SALE THREE ACRES OF BEAUTIFUL land on Stanton ave., near Hlland; situation unsurpassed: fine fruit and shade trees: price and terms reasonable. Inquire of D. C NEGLEY, C10G Penn avc. East End. Jal-12-TTS FOR SALE CHOICE LOIS AT DALLAS STA TION. P. R. It., convenient to steam and street cars; cheap and on easy terms; situation un surpassed: price ranging from $406 to (600. Inquire ofD. C. NEGLEY, 6106 Penn ave.. East End. no2S-y78 F IOK SALE-LOTS! LOTSI-S CHOICE LOTS oh Frankstown ave.. Brushton station: Bank of Commerce addition plan; each 40x140 feet to 24 loot alley: terms, $-50 down and $10 a month: cheapest lots In the market. Secure plan from JOHN F. BAXTER, Agent, 12 Smlthfleld st. mhlO-flO-Tussu -TTWR SALE LOTS-THE eiTTSBURG NAT-L JD BankofCommercehasavery few lots left at Wilkinsburg, all well situated and very desirable; also at Kdgewood; 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 freeoftaxesforl8S9onverveasyterms. Apply at the BANK. fe27-Il-WS Alleshcnr Lota. FOR SALE LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN avenues and Iombard street. Allegheny, In the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap ply to JOSEPH McN AUGHER, 43 N. Diamond st. mh7-9S-D FOR SALE-A FEW OF THOSE FINE BUILD ING lots: cheap If sold at once: located on Nunnerv Hill: very easily reached from the center of Allecheny by Federal st. Incline: price as low as (400: easy terms. W. A. HEREON A fcONS, 80 Fourth avenue mh7-43-7,9,T2,14, 16.20, 22,27 29 FOR SALE-A I2-ACRE PIECE OF LAND, head of Federal st., Allegheny, near to elec tric cars: would suit well ror laying out In build ing lots, which all can be sold readily; there Is a fine speculation In this lor a company. Particu lars from JAMES W. DRAPE 4 CO., 129 Fourth avc, Pittsburg. mh!9-7-D TJWR SALE CHEAP LOTS IN SECOND WARD, JD AUeghenr, at auction; the following lots will be sold at auction on the premises, beginning at the Incline plane, on Irwin avenue, at t o'clock Tuesday, 19th Inst, viz: 4 lots, 20x90, on Irwin avenue, adjacent to Incline plane; z lots' 25X75 on Irwin ave., between incline plane and scboolhouse: 2 lots 20x124, on Gallagher street, op posite the brick row; 2 lots 25x70. on Eldge wood avenue, adjoining head of Incline: all to be sold for what they will bring. A. LEGO ATE & SUX. Auctioneers. mhl6-2S Suburban Lota. TTIOE SALE-AT INGRAM-SEVEEAL HUN JD .DKED choice building lots; no cltr taxes; 20mlnutes by rail rrom-Unionstatlon; easy terms. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth avc mhl5-2S T7X)B8ALE LOTS AT EMS WORTH, CONTEN JL? 1ENT to station ;one or the finest locations on the Fort Wavne road: laree. beautiful lots at ov prices: call and see plan. J. It COOPER A CO.,1 u fvuui sve mnio-a Miscellaneous. "TjKH 8ALE-8S ACRES AT BRINTON, 10 JD acres. 28 acres and 55 acres at Wllklnsburg:. all first class investments. MCCUNE A COUL TER, Agents. 93 Fourth avc mhl6-80-s TfORSALE OREXCHANGE FOEIMPROVED X1 property: Kansas land: well watered and de sirably located. Call on or address W. A. HER- jkua fujia, tuioiruiire. mhl-4t-Ths FOR SALE-LOTS N EARS WISSV ALE, EDGE WOOD, Mllklnsburgand Brushton stations at low prices and on easy terms. McCUNE A COULTER, Agent. 98 Fourth ave. mhl6-80-6 OR SALE-WEST VIRGINIA COAL AND timber land. 11.) One tract (13,000 acres), one boundary, situate 6,000 acres In Logan co.and 7.000 acres In McDowell co., heavily timbered and wellwatered. (2.) One tract (5,000 acres), situate In McDowell co., near Peerysvllle, heavily tim bered and crossed by Little state creek; recent win, Westmoreland co.. Pa. mhl2-3l-TT8 T7IOR SALE AT $6,300, ON VERY BEASON JL? ABLE terms. At Oakland, on Coltart square which is one block from Fifth avc; street Improvements made sidewalks curbed and paved, witbcompletesewer ngc New brick house late style, 9 rooms, well fin ished. Bard wood cabinet mantels, tastefully papered besides: laundry, bath, large closets, with all the most approved conveniences. For full In formation see W. A. HEREON &bONS, 80 Fourth ave . mhi:-98-TT8 FOR SALE-BY W. W. MCNEILL JIRO. $1,6(0 Brushton. new 6-room frame dwelling. tiSOO HRh avc frame house 7 rooms, large lot; cable cars pass the door. $6,250 Ward St., Oakland, fine brick house 8 , rooms, bath, laundry, both gases, electric bellsflot 40x13) to an alley. $9,000 Ben Venue elegant residence property, with all modern conveniences; lot 50x150. 110,500-Shadyslde on Atlantic avc, large hand somexesldence; call at office andsee pho tograph and plans. "W. W. ilcNEUJL BKO., 162 Fourth ave'. mhl67-XTTF OR SALE BY TJIOS. MCCAFFBEY, Butler St., the following property at a gain: $3,200 Lot 88x181 feet Bayard St., rear o 3509 bar- r H. Just Bra's residence: $1,000 cash, balance to suit. 2LK50 4inr nvinn fpet each. onSohast. sbove Fifth avc or $wo each, at terms to su nardwood finished, papered ceilings and audall other modern conveniences: $2,000 oaiance to suit. i VJrPn Keystone ave. near Fifty-third lot 40x115 ft.; new frame house of S rooms and ... . "" TWUCMU, US1SU1.V w auita BKO-o. 35 HowlerVre.. new brick ho halL Vestibule, slv rmmi flnUhMl Kttll house of slate roof, stone cellar, slate mantel. Inside shutters. era, He. n.vM. ..."" casn. oaiance to suit. r Si fir5 "CUAFFREY. the Leading Real JH tn,?i.i.ns,t?n: Ant d Notary Public Butler st. citwtn v-w .... fr-i.i Estate JJ641-1 -' "-' -! " Telephi hone su-: a FOR SALE LOTS. Forma. T7!OR SALE Ct ACRES CHOICE TIMBER r land, 6 miles from Llaonler and 6 miles from Derry. on the P. R. R.; the timber on this Uud has never been culled and consists of oak. chest nut, hickory, poplar, etc OEO. JOHNbTON, Agent. 62 Fourth ave. mhla-28 FOR SALE BUSINESS. Bnalnem Chance. fOR SALE-GENERAL STORE IN PROSPER OUS town or 5.000 population, on line of P. R.: good reasons ror selling. Address JOHN jufuaubiiLX. inaiana. ira. ujuiw-wamb FOR SALE-DRYGOODS AND NOTION store: great bargain to good party who will buy Immediately, or will take real estate In ex change: send for farm and exchange list. s. jr. -HURST, JRoenester, Pa. mhS-40-TTg FS IR8ALE-FIEST-CLASSHOTEL AND RES-Tinuiv-p aUfti,rnnnalroom attached, in Baltimore city; fine business: Sod reason given for selling. Apply to S. BABTH & CO., No. 212 E. Lombird St.. Baltimore Md. mfal4-l6-D F OR SALE -BAKERY, CONFECTIONERY .... iM- -M.m nmrinr. enrlne boiler, etc.: everything complete: the leading bakery In a larre manufacturing town near the city; price low: terms reasonable ALEXANDER ': 313 Wood st. mhl6 76 FOR SALE-A RETAIL GROCERY BUSINESS (an old-established stand), with good paying trade: one of the best thoroughfares in Allegheny; stock and fixtures worth about $3,000;uslness about $30,000. JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 1 Fourth ave. Pittsburg. mhl6-97-l OR SALE-THE PLANT KNOWN AS THE Bucyrns Journal, In Its 37th Tear: connected with the office is the Dally Telegraph, the only dally in Crawford county, and both ofllces doing a One business; price $8,000; terms easy. JOHN HOl'LEY. Bucyrus. Ohio. mhlOJlO-TTSSu FMt SALE-NEAT CIGAR STORE: GOOD paying small drygoods and notion store either would suit ladv: stores of all kinds and prices, bakeries, boarding houses, hotels, confectioneries restaurants, coal works, etc; 100 business chances. bHEl'ARD & CO.. 64 Jlfthave mh8 T7OR SALE AN EXTENSIVE RETAIL DRY Jl GOODS business -on tbe best thoroughfare In Allegheny; stock all new and well-selected from .L- . I ... .1.1. - A Mlnw FOR SLE-AN OLD-ESTABLISHED GRO CERY business In the city, with a trade of about $30,000 to $40,000 annually: stock In good con dition; value about $1,000; will sell ou an appraise ment: a good stand and fine opening. JAS. W. DRAFE&CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. mhls-97-D TTOR SALE A DRUGSTORE, WITH SODA X) fountain and small stock, paints, oils, cigars and tobacco, in a thriving manufacturing town on Une of railroad, near to cjty :a corner store and splendid business stand. Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. mhl5-7-D FOR SALE RARE BUSINESS CHANGE storeroom, stock and dwelling, one square rromP. & L. E. B. R. depot, Beaver Falls. Pa.: good well water on premises; natural gas for light and fuel; present owner doing good grocery and bakers business: has reasons for selling. Call on or address J. C. EVANS, Agent, 1051 TMrd ave, Beaver Falls Pa. mhlS-89-TTS FOR SALE A HALF INTEREST IN A LARGE general store lu an active manufacturing town on line of railroad, near the city; business about $30,000 annually and paying well; the pro prietor needs assistance for office work, and will sell a half Intereston reasonable terms to a com petent man. and no other need apply: this Is a rare opening: none better In the countv In this line or business. Particulars given confidentially by JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue Pitts burg. mhl6-97-D Business Stands. TTWR SALE-A THREE-STORY BRICK BUILD JTJ ING, stable, etc., on Southslde; occupied the last 25 years as a grocery, doing a good grocery business: good reasons for selling. G. J. BLE1CH N ER, 2208 Carson st. mhl4-l FOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN-A TWO-STORY store and dwelling, 9 room, good cellar, out buildings and lot. In Youngstown. Westmoreland county. Pa., at $900, In payment. DR.MERSHON, 1607 Penn ave, Pittsburg. mhl2-56-EOD TTTIOR SALE SMALL MANUFACTURING JTJ property In Allegheny, near Ohio St., fronting on two street, large building, with engine boiler, shafting, etc, all In good order: excellent place ror a laundry or light manufacturing business. Terms, etc, from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 12S Fourth avc, Pittsburg. mhI5-7-S FOR SALE-WE HAVE IN OUR HANDS FOR sale that elegant business location on Sixth avenue between the Duquesne Club and Steven son Building, having a front on sixth avenue of 80 leet and extending back to Strawberry alley 240 feet; we ask an examination of this property, when It will be found ror location and great space or ground far ahead of any other business prop erty ror sale In Pittsburg. MENBY A. WEAVER & CO., 92 Fourth avenne mhl4-4S TT'OR SALE-THE CHAUTAUQUA HOTEL JL? property, with complete outfit and entire rurnisbment. heaa of Lake Chautauqua, Mayvllle, N. Y., at railroad station: 55 bedrooms, parlors and sitting room, large dining room, billiard room and tables; commodious kitchen; clothes rooms, barbershop, office and barroom; also a furnished cottage of 10 rooms adtolnlng hotel. Ice bouse and cooling room; large barn rorlivery furposes. and all necessary outbildlngs: over acres or-ground tastefully laid out with orna mental aud shade trees, spacious lawn, etc.. etc; everything In perfect order and In condition to continue tbe business In Its usual prosperous state: the most profitable hotel stand on tbe lake: a rare chance for the right man: can be bought at an Immense bargain: satisfactory reasons for selling. Fuller particulars, from JAS. "W. -DRAPE CO., 129 Fourth avenue Pittsburg. whlS-7-D FOR .SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. IlInchlncrT and Metals. FOR SALE 2 HORIZONTAL ENGINES, 18x22, 1 Ball engine 1 smill dynamo and 2 lamps and meat chopper, rendering kettles, etc VELTE & MCDONALD, Penn ave., cor. Thirty-second st. Jel6-l63-rTB TTIOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND C machinery: engines from 4-horse power up. boilers, pumps, etc: call or write for prices. FAHEY & PFALLEB. Faber and Washington Ets., near Union depot. ap:4-v35X-TTS TT'OR SALE-8X12 ENGINE, LARGE UPRIGHT JD boiler, some wood-working machinery, one 4S Inch pony planer, large band saw and a shaper, 25 ft. 2-ln. shafting, hangers and some pulleys; this machinery all new 2 months ago. Can be seen at 16 WEBSTER AVE., city. mhl6-55 TUIscenaneoua. F OR SALE THREE SAFES-LARGE. MEDI- Itll aialls wtll Ko aM .nix.... i- -- jl, uiuuuinii, "ui uc BV". iire.r-.il jur caau. Address 'CAlilEKUlAL," Dispatch office. xnhl&-7 FOR 8ALE-STEELTON, MD., RARE OP PORTUNITY for good investment; the beau tiful steamer 011ve,nowplylng between Baltimore and bteelton, or bparrow's Point, under an agreement for three (1) year, ror passengers and rrelght. and doing finely; she carries 500 to 800 passengers. Being anxious to change my busi ness I will sell one-half interest In the same If ad dressed at once OLIVE, care tbe L. Jeff. Mil bourne Advertising Agency, Baltimore Md. mhlO-108 TO LET. Bnalnea Stands. TO LET-STORE IN A GOOD LOCATION ON Smlthfleld St. C H. LOVE, 93 Fourth ave nue mhl4-39 TO LET-BUSINESS STAND; BEST LOCA TION In tbe city. Inquire at 619 SMITH HELD ST. mhl3-32 mo LET-FIRST FLOOR SHOPS ON FOURTH I avenue near Grant st,; rent low. W. A. HERRON A SONS. 80 Fourth ave mhl3-78-WThs TO LET-LARGE STOREROOM ON FIRST floor, near Sralthfield St.: rent very low. BLACK & BAIBD, 95 Fourth ave mhl5-29-D TO LET-MANUFACTURING SITE 120x168. with railroad siding, brick stable and frame house BLACK 4 BA1RD. 95 Fourth ave. mh!2-6 rriO LET-STORE AND DWELLING; WILL JL rent the storeroom separate lr desired: situ ate 1703 Penn ave. W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth ave. mhl4-46 TO LET-WAREHOUSE. WOOD ST.-LARGE 4-story warehouse cor. First ave. and Wood St.: 30-foot front; telephone 335. H.T. MORRIS, 10$ Fourth ave mh2-18-TTS fTK) LET-FlTtST-CLASS PRODUCE STAND. JL cor. or Liberty aud Diamond sts.; will be put In first-class condition. W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth ave mhl6-91-D TO LET-A STOREROOM WITH 8 LIVING rooms, in the heart of East Liberty, 8 doors from Penn. on Collins avenue: Tent. $25 per month. MELLON BROTHERS, 6349 Station it., E. E. mbl3-88-Ths rTK LET-GROCERY STAND-LONG ESTAB X LISUED: large store and 7 dwelling rooms. Fifth and Wllklns avenues, Shadystde: only $35 per mo. W. A. HERRON & bONs, 80 Fourth ave. mhlG-91-D TTtO LET-GOOD BRICK STORE AND D WELL JL ING on Main street, Mansfield: tbe best lo cation In the town, and a good opening for a drv goods. notion and trimming store C. H. LOVE. No. 93 Fourth avenue. mhl6-32 TO LET-ELEGANT STOREROOM WITH plate-glass front; fine opening for bakery and confectionery, China and glass orjewelry busi ness: first-class retail location. Apply to J. IL AIKEN, 100 Fifth avenue mh5-S5-D TO LET-ELEGANT BUSINESS STAND. NO. 173 Fifth ave., opp. Court House, running through to Wylte ave.; new plate glass fronts on both streets: immediate possession. J. C. KEIL LY, 77 Diamond St., or on premises. mlilt-65 TO LET-TWO LARGE FLOORS. SECOND and third stories, on Diamond st., near Smlthfleld st., suitable for furniture- storage or light manufactory: large hand elevator; rent low. BLACK 4BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave mhl5-29-D TO LET-FOUR LARGE, WELL-LIGHTED rooms, with power (about 8, 000 square feet), lor heavy or light manufacturing, In building know as tbe Chas. B. Head bolt works. Grant avenue Allegheny. Inquire on the premises or MR. FRED ESHELMAN, Manager or the Alle gheny Wood Carving Co. J23-25-MWS TO LET-THREE ADMIRABLY ARRANGED rooms ror general business purposes, with or without power, to rent In the new DISPATCH building. Diamond street: arranged ror work or for display rooms and for offices; light tbe best to be had in the city: electric lighting free: passen ger and freight elevator and Janitor service in cluded. Rent (990. $460 and $1,090 per annum: situation the most central, within a few hundred feet or all the public buildings and or the leading business squares. -Apply between 11 A. u. and 4 P.M. at the NEW DISPATUHBUILDING. 75,77 and 7? Diamond street, mhl4-74 to let: Clrv Residence. TO LET-HOUSE OF 10 ROOMS, 97 CENTER J!JSiaIi ""xlern Improvements. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 61 Fourth aveT mhl5-28 TO LET-BLUFF STREET, NEAR MARION, 8 ro?J2Sr, Sf?1' 2 nd jUl modern conven iences. HENRY A, BREED. US Market st. v mhl5-t TO LET-HOUSEOF BROOMS, 502 PENN AVE NUE, with stable; first-class location for physician or dentist. Inquire 508 PEN N lAVE. mhl6-42 , TO LET-1701 PENN AVE.-DWELLING 8 rooms: $37 per mo., which Includes nseor nst. gas and water. "W. A. HEREON 4 SONS. 80 Fourth ave mhlS-91-D TO LET-38 "WEBSTER AVE., A NICE rh"1?1 Drtck house or S rooms, hall, attic, both kinds of gas, water, etc ; rent 122 per month. L M. PENNOCK & SON, 105 Fourth ave., , mhlS-79-TTS mo LET HOUSE OF 8 ROOMS, BATH. WA X7IER, gas, etc. No. 63 Miller st., rent only (30; alsc 5-roomed house with H acres land,. In Twenty-third ward. E. D. WINGENBarH, 100 .Fourth ave mbllS-tl T lO LET-244 FORTY-FIFTH STREET TWO storr brick houses rooms, larre finished attic bau, vestibule good cellar, large yard: no war isjl, tapcrmoum. tf, JS, UUJTa A CO.. 107 Fourth avenne. miuo-3 mo LET-FIFTH AVE., NEAR CHESTNUT JL st., 2-sty. br. dwelling and mansard, 12 rooms and laundry, artificial and natural gas, house nearly new; lot 22x114 to alley. J. O. KEILLY, 77 Diamond St. mh!6-9 TO LET-FOB $16 PER MONTH-A GOOD brick house 8 rooms; late Improvements; possession can be had at once: free to April L lM9; No. 176 Plymouth street. Thirty-fifth ward. W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue mhl6-93-TT8 TO LET-A GOOD BRICK DWELLING OF 8 rooms, with bath, w. c. natural gas, etc., near Eulton street and Center avenue; close to street cars: 10 minutes' from Court House. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.. 128 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. mhl-98 TO LET-A GOOD BRICK DWEULING with mansard roof, having 11 rooms, water on 1 floor, bathroom, laundry, etc., with good lot and nice lawn In front, with line shade trees, etc.: rent low; Ne 411 Wylle are. C. BER1N GER & SON, 103 Fourth avc mhlt-43-Ths . , East End Residence. TO LET-AT $30 PER MONTH-NEAT NEW house 6 rooms aud attic late Improvements; Aiken ave, near steam and cable cars. W. A. HEREQN & SONS, 80 Fourth ave mhl4-46 TO LET-$75, BRICK OF 14ROOM3, MODERN Improvements, stable large lawn, fruit trees and shrubbery, Lincoln ave, E. E.,-near cable -cars; $24, brick of 6 rooms, halls, bath, natural gas. near station and cable cars: $20, brick of 7 rooms, stable, grapery, two acres ground, fruit all kinds, delightful country place 25 minutes' to cable cars; $33 33, brick or rooms, attic hot and cold water, w. c. natural gas, Sheridan ave.; $25, storeroom, Penn ave.; $25, storeroom and dwelling, Frankstown ave: $17, frame of 5 rooms, natural gas. River ave. Tele phone 5183. JOHN ALLEN, 6218 Penn ave. mhl3-20 Hazelwood Residences. TO LET-AT HAZELWOOD-HOUSE3 OF to 9 rooms, at $22ito $41 67 per mo.: location first-class, near the station. W. A. HERRON & BONS. 80 Fourth avenue mhl3-78-WTh8 Allegheny Residences. TO LET-NEW BRICK HOUSE ON JACKSON st., Allegheny: has 8 rooms: all modern Im provements; rent $450. A. D. WILSON, 55 Fed eral st. mhl4-3-Ths TO LET-VERY FINE 10-ROOMED HOUSE, on Monterey st.,near North avc Allegheny, all modern Improvements. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave mhl5-23 TO LET AT$26PERMONTH. 7-ROOMBRICK house bath, both gases. Ktrkpatrlck avc. Second ward. Allegheny. W. W. MCNEILL i BRO., 162 Fourth avc mhl6-6 TO LET-IN FIRST-CLASS ORDER, TO A good tenant. No. 214 Lacock street, Alle gheny: S rooms: late Improvements. W. A. HEB RON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue mhl3-78-WThs TO LET-IN ALLEGHENY-NEW BRICK houses. Just completed, 9 rooms, latest im provements, on Locust St.; location first-class; rent only $45 per mo. W. A. HERRON A SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. mhlS-78-'WTh8 TO LET-$300 FOR GOOD HOUSE, 8 ROOMS. Second ward, Allegheny; owner will board and room with tenant If desired and make allow ance on rent for same. See W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth ave mhl4-46 TO LET IN ALLEGHENY, NEAR THE parks and street cars, new modern brick dwelling or 9 rooms, bath-room.gas,w.e, natural gas, stationary washstands, etc ALEXANDER & LEE, 313 Wood St. mhlS-75-D TO LET-ON K1RKPATRICK AVE., ALLE GHENY, 2 brick bouses or 6 rooms each, finished attics, 'bath, gas, natnral gas, halls, etc. at $26 per month, water rent paid: possession April 1. ALEXAN DER & LEE 313 Wood st. mh 16-75-D TO LET-GOOD BRICK DWELLING OF 8 rooms, wide hall, bathroom, w. c, etc.; natural and artificial gas; house sets back with nice lawn and shade trees: rent low; No. 31 Shef field St., Allegheny. C. BEB1NGER & SON, 103 Fourth ave mhl4-43-Ths Snlmrban Residences. TO LET-AT EVERGREEN, TWO HOUSES OF 10 and 12 rooms. wth large grounds; three and Tour acres: possession at once ALEXANDER & LEE 313 Wood St. mlU8-T5-D TO LET-AT BELLEVUE-A GOOD HOUSE of 6 rooms, hall, etc, with fine large lot: a pleasant location and rent low. C BERINGER & SON, 103 Fourth ave mhl4-43-Ths TO LET-AT EDGEWOOD STATION. P., FT, W. & C. R. R., 12 acres ground, with nrlck house of 9 rooms, frame stable and fruits: pleas ant location; rent low. I. M. PENNOCK & SON, 105 Fourth ave. mhlS-79-TTS TO LET A SUBUBBAN BESIDENCE Brlck house of 9 rooms and 2 finished attic rooms, bath-room, natural gas, etc: 7 acres land, shade and fruit trees, etc ALEXANDER & LEE, 313 Wpod St. mhl6-75-D TO LET-AT EMSWORTH, FT. W. R. R.-7-room house at $200, 9 rooms at $450, 14 rooms at $720; at Glenfield, 5-room house at $180, 6 rooms at $216; all pleasant locations, and others along said R. B. & BERINGER & SON, 103 Fourth ave mh!4-43-Ths TO LET-MY HOUSE, THHtTEEN ROOMS, at Laurel Station, Ft. Wayne road, all mod ern improvements, stable and carnage house two acres ground, with liver view. Inquire on prem ises, or at 219 Lacock street, Allegheny. WM. I, DUNN. . mh9-63 TO LET-FINE RESIDENCE. TWO-STORY brick mansion, seven rooms and finished attic cemented cellar, bathroom and all conven iences; 3 acres or ground, fruit trees, shrubbery, stables, etc : win be rented low to good party; Shady ave. opposite Wllklns ave. Inquire of N. S. SNYDER, bt. Nicholas Hotel, or J.B. HYND MAN, 6212 Penn avc. East End. mh5-3-TWSSu Special. TO LET-SMALL HOUSES IN ALL PARTS or both cities. ' Call or send for list free. W. A. HEREON A SONS, 80 Fourth avenue mh7-tl-7,a,9,12,!4,I6 TO LET-EAST END HOUSES: QUITE A number; call or send ror printed list free . W. A. HERRON &SONS, 80 fourth avenue. V. mb7-4l-7;8;9,i2,14,16 TO LET EAST END DWELLINGS. LARGE and small. Call or send tor printed list free. W. A. HERRON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth ave. mbl-43-TTS TO LET-HOUSES TO LET IN ALL PARTS of Allegheny: call and see bulletin. EWINO 4 BYERS, 107 Feaeral street. mbl2-13-12,l4,16,17,20 TO LET-BY BLACK 4 BAIRD, 95 FOURTH avenue dwellings, stores and offices in Pitts burg, Allegheny, Oakland, East End, Southslde and In all parts of suburbs; our 'To Let" lists are issued every Wednesday and Saturday of each week. 'For revised copies of these lists call upon any of tho following named: C. F. Nourse No. 190 Center ave J. M. Blackburn, No. 388 Fl th ave. J. P. Urben, Franklin and Fulton sts. Emll G. Stucky 4 Co, Wylle ave and Ful- A. H. Wilson, Penn and Frankstown ave George E. Foster, cor. Washington ave. and Fremont st. ' Jacob Spohn. No. 2 Carson st. M. Blackburn, No. 3343 Penn ave Peter Walter, Jr., No. 64 Chestnut st. Charles Schwann, No. 1707 Carson St. E. Holden 4 Co.. 63 Federal st. J. F. Caldwell, Manhattan and Rebecca sts. Louis H. Vogel, Webster ave cor. Roberts St. Ja26-64-ws T O LET PITTSBURG COMPANY. LIM.. 138 FIFTH AVENUE. REAL ESTATE AND MORTGAGES. CUT D-WKLLISGS. ARCH STREET, Twelfth ward. $18, !-story frame dwelling, 5 rooms, near Penn Incline. CHAUNCEY STREET. $15. Thirteenth ward, 2 tory frame bouse near Center ave CLIFF &TREET. cor. Cassatt St.; $27; 2-story press brick dwelling, 8 rooms. BEDFORD AVE.. $45. 5-story brick dwelling, 7 mnin!i nnd storeroom. 20X32. MATHILDA bT., $35. 2-story frame house 10 rooms: k acresr near Penn ave. cable. I ELLSWORTH AVE., $33, 2-story brick dwell- 1 ing, o rouuis ufc i' icei; near xioup station and cable cars. FLOWER AVE., $20. 2-story frame house 6 rooms; 5 minutes' walk from the station. JLLLEGHINT DTVELLLNGB. LOCUST BTBEET, $46, Fifth ward, S-story brick dwelling, 9 rooms; with stable (50. -BUBCBBAN PTYELLDiGS-P., IT. W. 4 C. EY. LAUREL STA., $25, 2-story bnck dwelling, 8 rooms. LAUREL STA.. $50, 2-story brick dwelling, 9 rooms and attic; stable for 6 horses. , 6TOEIS AND OEFICES. 140 FIFTH AVE., $25. 2 nice first floor offices: good light: will paper and repair. FIFTH AVE., cor. Wylle $1,000 per year, store room; suitable for confectionery. FIFTH AVENUE, 3 suites of office, 2 rooms each: rent Includes Janitor's services, gas, beat and safe. i FURNISHED ROOM, Van Braamit., $10; large furnished room, second story front.' PITTSBURG CO.. LIlJ. FIRE, BOD..ER AND PLATE GLASS 1NSURANHK. REAL ESTATE AND MORTGAGES. mhlS-43 NO. 138 FIFTH AVE. u "XTBXLTHT BUILDING CONTRACTOR, uociHiuisTeuuE,: ' Pitlaihnrc Tn. Xdrpboae-lSti, - , se5-a0-TTS TO LET. Apartmenle' TO LET I ROOMS, SECOND FLOOR. WITH natural gas and water, for dwelling or offices, 3 minutes' walk from tbe postoffice. Inquire ol W. H. DEVORE, 512 Grant at. njhis-55 TO LET ONE FLOOR OF FOUR NICE rooms: sultableforllghthousekeeplng: water, gas and bath. Apply to J. G. MORROW, shoe store, 289 Ohio st., Allegheny. mhlo-58 m 10 LET-FOR GENTLEMEN-ONE OR TWO nicely mrnisnea rooms, with bath, w. e, etc, etc., on the business part or Liberty street, city, awowngures; uussessionai once. .iao. it. DRAPE 4 CO., izs J! ounn avenue, fittsDnrg. mhl-6S-WFS Tarns. TO LET--ACRE DAIRY FARM AT FAIR OAKS station, P.. Ft. W. 4 C. R. R.;rent low. JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. mhlg-97-D TO LET-A GOOD FARM-ABOUT 60 ACRES, near the city, 1 mile from R. R. station; large dwelling, orchard, etc.; flue dairy or market gar den farm: will rent low to a good tenant. JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. mbl6-97-D TO LET-GARDEN FARM ON NEVILLE Island, opposite Glenfield, containing 15 acres: house of 6 rooms, tenant house barn: good orchard of apples, pears, cherries, etc: rent reas onable Inquire W. E. "WAITERS, Neville Island. mhli-78 Offices. Dank Room, 4c ' TO LET DESKROOM IN OUR MAIN OFFICE, with use or desk, etc C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue. mhl5-S8 TO LET-OFFICES IN THE STEVENSON Building, lacing Sixth avenue. Inquire of GEO. K. STEVENSON 4 CO., Sixth avenue. mh!3-20 TO LET-A SUIT OF SECOND-STORY FRONT offices. No. lit Fourth avenue opposite Oil Exchange W. A. HEBRON 4 SONS. 0 Fourth avenue mhl3-78-WTbs TO LET-VERY LARGE ROOM OR HALL, third floor Diamond Bank, corner Fifth avc and Liberty St. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave. . mbl5-2S TO LET-FOUR ROOMS ON SECOND FLOOR, No. 57 Federal St., Allegheny; suitable for offices or light manufacturing. Apply to J. C THOMPSON; 715 Liberty ave, Pittsburg. mhlS-33 TO LET-CHEAP-OFFICES WELL LIGHTED and desirable in that fane newbnlldlng cor. of Federal and Isabella sts., Allegheny. W. A. HEBRON 4 SON B..80 Fourth avenue. mh7-40-TTS TO LET-FRONT OFFICES AT $200 PER YR., with elevator, beat and Janitor service in the "Dallmeyer block." 93 Fourth avenue W. A. HERRON 4 SONS; 90 Fourth avenue, mh 1-39-2, 5, 7, 9, 12, 14, 16, 21,23 TO LET-OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE 3 OF FICE rooms, second floor, both gases and w. c, or won Id rent ror light housekeeping; rent low to good party. J. C. KEILLY, 77 Diamond st. mhl6-10 T 10 LET IN THE 'MCCANCE BLOCK, Smlthfleld. Llbertv and Seventh avenue well-lighted offices, each room fronting on a nrin- clpal street; passenger and merchandise eleva tors. JaS-32-D T O LET-NEW OFFICES: SPLENDID LIGHT. The Germanla Savings Bank. 423 Wood St.. having changed the Interior of Its building by adding 15 large alrr and well-lighted offices, with all modern conveniences," elevator, etc., offer the same for rent at reasonable terms. Parties desir ing a fine location should apply at once at the BANK. de21-75-D PERSONAL. OERSONAL IF YOU WISH TO OBTAIN A JL bright, intelligent correspondent address. with stamp, THE UNION CORRESPONDENT CLUB, P. O. box 1269, Pullman, I1L mhl6-41 PERSON AL BOOKS WANTED-1F YOU have one book worth 10 cents, or a library worth $1,000, let us know: we will buy one as quickly as the other, LEVI'S BOOK STORE. Seventh Ave. Hotel building. fe20 PERSONAL WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIFE, mother or daughters In repairing and clean ing your old clothes, when It can be done ror a trifle by DICKbON, the Tailor, cor. Fifth ave. and Wood St., second floorr Charges moderate; facilities unsurpassed; suits made to order; spring styles now ready, 'lelephone 1558. mhs LOST. LOST-A BRINDLED BULL TEREDIRDOO, with white breast, nose and feet: answers to tbe name or Jim. A liberal reward If returned to 41 NINTH ST., Allegheny. mhl6-30 LOST-A BUNCH OF KEYS IN OR NEAR Allegheny Diamond, with owner's name at tached. Finder please leave at the OFFICE OF ALLEGHENY MARKET HOUSE. mh!6-31 X OST-A YOUNG MAN NAMED JOS. DECK JU Ell, age 18; about oft 8 In. In height, dark complexion, strayed away from his home at Irwin Station, Pa., early on the morning or March 5; the hoy Is of unsound mind, having been injured by tbe cars when young; he walks with his bead down: mutters or talks to himself at all times; be wore a brown overcoat and brown slouch hat; any Information concerning him will be grate fully received by his parents, who are greatly dis tressed over his absence. Address WM, DECKER. Irwin. Pa. mhl6-38 OFFICIAH-PITTSn ORG. 0ITY TAXES-NOTICE 18 HEREBY civenthat the' duplicates for March and September installments of City, Special and Sab-District School Taxes for the year 1889 have been placed in my hands for collection by the Board of Assessors authorized to assess the same First installment of' City Taxes payable in March or April, second installment payable in April or September. Fire per cent discount al lowed on second installment only, if paid with first; installment in month of March, bat no discount is allowed on first Installment. Business Tax and Water Rents payable in month of Jane. Fire per cent added on all delinquent taxes on May L on July 1 for Busi ness Tax and Water Rents, and October I for second installment of City Taxes. No statement furnished unless yon intend paving your taxes with checks. Office will be kept, open on last Saturday in March and April, until 8 o'clock p. Jr. J. F. DENNISTON, mbI4-100-D City Treasurer. Department of Public Safety, ) Municipal Hall. Pittsburg, March 16, 1S89. j, ' QEPABATE AND SEALED PROPOSALS O Willie received at tbe office ol the City Controller until 2 P. M. on Wednesday, March 27. 1889, for f umishine the following supplies for the Department of Public Safety for the year commencing May Iv1889, the same to be furnished to such bureaus and department storehouses as may from time to time be re quired, to-wit: Harness and horse supplies, hardware, house and stable supplies, horse feed, oils and crease hose, bose couplings, etc. fuel, meals furnished prisoners, photographing criminals, sawaust, wire zincs, painting ana loitering, electrical batteries, lumber, tin copper and sheet iron works, soaps, telephone service, furniture, Smyrna rags, cocoa matting, cocoa mats, carpets, bedding, drugs and chemicals, plasters, liquors, paints, oil sand varnishes, etc, buggies and bucicwagons, miscellaneous. Specifications for the above can be seen at tbe general office of the department. Bonds In double the amount of the bids most accompany each proposal, said bonds to be probated before the Mayor or City Clerk. The Department of Awards reserves the right to reject any or all bids. J. O. BROWN. Chief of the Department of Public Safety. mhlS-18 Department of Public Works, 1 PrrrsBUBO, March 12, 1889. ( NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-SEALED proposals will be received at the office of City Controller until Friday, the 22d day of March, A. D. 1889, at 2 o'clock p.m., for the following, viz.: SEWERS. Dresden alley, from Fifty-second street to Stanton avenue; 15-inch pipe. Fifth avenue, from west line of Amberson avenne to connection with culvert under Fifth avenne, west of Morebead's lane; 15 and 18-inch Fifth avenue from crown east of Wilkins street to Amberson avenne; 18-inch pipe. Ellsworth avenue and private property, from Leetonia street to Amberson avenue; 15 and 20 inch pipe Liberty and Center avenues and Graham street, f rom Wineblddle street to Two-Mile Run sewer; IS and 24-inch pipe and three feet brick ana stone Center avenue from Liberty avenne west wardly to Two-Mile Run sewer, near Pennsyl vania Railroad; 15 and 18-inch pipe. Atwood street, from Bates street to Louisa street; 15-inch pipe. Howe street, from Ivy street to Aiken ave nue; 15-inch pipe. Euclid street, from Penn avenue to Baum's northern property line; 18-inch pipe GRADING, PAYING AND CURBING. Carnegie street, from Fifty-second street to McCandless street. Sapphire alley, from Isabella street to Llb ertv avenue; grading and paving only. Plans and specifications can be seen, and blanks for bidding can be obtained at this office. Each proposal most be accompanied by a bond probated before the Mayor or City Clerk. The Department of Awards reserves the right to reject any or all bids. E. M. BIGELOW. Chief of Department of Public Works. mh:2-14 Continued on Sixth, Tenth and Twelfth Pages. L1Q,U1PPA QKPVE7PT& L. E. RTR7 Parties desiring to lease restaurant and amusement privileges at this grove should send in their propositions by MARCH 20. The P. & L. E. H, R. reserves the right to re ject any and all bids. . A. E. CLARK. mbl64S Gen. Pass. Agt. WALTER J. OSBORNE. RICHARD BARROWS. BARROWS & 08B0RNE JOB PRINTERS, . s- M Diamond streets ' Telephone No. 8U : M2-k56VnSStt MEETINGS. A MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS of the. Squirrel Hill Railway Company will be held at the Chamber of Commerce building, SATURDAY, March 23, 1889, at 2P.M., for the election of a Board of Directors. mhlO-46-WSSu R. L. WHITTEN, Sec. NOTJCE-JR. O. TJ. A. M.-THE MEM BERS of Allegheny Council No. 112, Jr. O. U. A M will meet at the council chamber on SUNDAY AFTERNOON at 1 o'clock, sharp.to attend the funeral of oar late brother, August Llngelbacb. Members of sister coun cils are respectfully requested to attend. G. H.T.OSENFKLDER, C. mbl6-15 H. P. STAVING, R. a Office of Allegheny Valley R. R. Co., 1 T Pittsburg, Pa.. March 9. 1889. I HE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of this company will beheld on TUESDAY, Annl 9, 1889, at 11 o'clock A. M. at the General Office of the Company. Pitts, hurg. Pa., to hear the report of the Board of Managers, elect a Board of Managers for tbe ensuing year, and act upon such other business as may ba brought before It. . THOMAS R. ROBINSON, mh7-5-9:18.23.30.ap8 Secretary. 'AUCTION SALES. GEORGE P. HAMILTON, 149 Fourth avenne, Attorney. A DMTNISTRATOR'S SALE LAND IN ROSS TOWN SHIP And at Evergreen. By order of the Orphans' Court of Allegheny County, at No. 819 Decem ber Term, 18S8, the undersigned, administrator of William Cooper, deceased, will sell at public sale, on THURSDAY, APRIL 4. 1889, ' At S o'clock F. M., on the premises, All that certain tract of. land, situate in town ship of Ross, county and State aforesaid, bounded and described as follows, viz.: Beginning at a pin on the southwesterly cor ner of the one-acre lot owned or formerly owned by George H. Hotzman, in Evergeen hamlet; thence by land now or late of Heat y N. 77 degrees W. 14 69-100 perches to a pin; thence N. 63Ji degrees W. 20 11-100 perches, more or less, to line of land now or late of James Lendrum: thence by said Lendrum's land N. 1 degree W. 16 82-100 perches to a pin on line of land of Elisha Brooks: thence by land of said Brooks and land of Joslah Crider N. 88 degrees E.32 78-100 perches, more or less, to land of the heirs of William M. Shinn: thence by land of said heirs and land Jof said Holtzman B. degree E. 29 8-100 perches, more or less, to the place of beginning, con taining 4 acres 133K perches, more or less. Also, that certain lot or piece of land, being marked and designated as No. 1 in the plan of Evergreen hamlet, as recorded in the Re corder's office of said Allegheny county, in Plan Book, vol. 2. page 2, bounded and described as follows : Beginning at a point on tbe line of a lot pur chased by Mrs. Margaret Sellers from Richard Nelson, where said line is touched by the west erly line of Locust avenue, as marked on said Slan, and running thence by lands of Mrs. ellers and Nelson S. 8 degrees 10 minutes W. 12 72-100 perches to a pin on Nelson's line; tbence N. 2 degrees W. 16 40-100perches along Nelson's boundary line to apln; tbence by other lands of Evergreen Hamlet S. 89 degrees E. 8 12-100 perches to a point on the westerly side of Locust ave-ne: and tbence by the same S. 17 degrees E. 16 13-100 perches to the place of be ginning, containing 1 acre, strict measure, to gether with the right of way in common with the other owners and inhabitants of Evergreen Hamlet over and upon Locust avenue Hill avenue and Rocky Ridge, as marked and laid out on the plan aforesaid, but not including any joint or common interest in any other property known as Evergreen Hamlet. Terms of Sale 10 per cent down, one-half of balance on confirmation of sale and delivery ol deed; the other one-half of balance, with inter est from confirmation, in one year from the de livery of the deed, secured by bond and mort gage on tbe premises. THE FIDELITY TITLE & TRUST CO., Administrator of Win. Cooper, deceased. JAMES W. DRAPE fe CO.. Acents and Auctioneers, 129 Fourth avenne, Pittsburg. mhlfrW A UCTION SALE- On .account of the death of Mr. Mitchell, the entire stock of the well-known livery and sale stables, Nos. 1143 and 1145 Liberty St., opp. Union depot, Pittsburg, Pa., will be offered at public auction, on the premises, on WEDNES DAY, March 20. at 10 o'clock A. M the follow ing described personal property, to wit: 30 head of horses, 1 large hearse, 1 infant hearse 2 barouches, 1 undertaker's wagon, 10 1-horse sleighs. 1 double sleigh, 13 sets coach harness, 25 sets buggy harness, 4 S-passenger coaches, 6 Berlin coaches, 10 buggies, square bed, 6 doctor's buggies, 1 platform spring wagon (large), 1 set double wagon harnes32 sets double buggy har ness, 1 set barouche harness, 2 set doable barouche harness, robes, blankets, summer sheets, halters, sleigh bells, saddles and bridles, ete. also 2 cutting machines, forks, brushes, combs, sponges, chamois skins, office f urnitnre, and many other articles too numerous to men tion, such as are necessary in a first-class stable. X complete outfit for undertakers, such as cooling boards, chairs, pedestals, coffins, stools, ete All the above can be seen ou tbe premises before day of sale All carriages, hearses and buggies will be sold on a credit of 6 months, on approved security without interest. Nothing reserved, as tbe business mnst be closed out, the premises being leased for other purposes. Anybody in need of above articles will do well to attend this sale. No postponement on ac count of the weather. H. A. MITCHELL. J. A. M'KELVY. Auctioneer. mhl4-99-MTuS BY ALEXANDER & LEE-EXECUTRIX'S sale, house and lot No. 86 Webster street. Second ward, Allegheny, TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 18S9, at 2 o'clock P. M. By virtue of power under will of Mary Ann Long, deceased, I will offer at public safe on the premises. No. 86 Webster street, Allegheny, TUESDAY, MARCH 19. 1889. at 2 o'clock P. M., all that cer tain lot or piece of ground, situate in the Sec ond ward of the City of Allegheny, County of Allegheny, and State of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to-wit: Beginning on the easterly side of Webster street at a point 20 feet south from Benton alley; thence east wards and parallel with said Benton alley 50 feet; thence southwardly and parallel with said Webster street 20 feet; tbence westwardly and parallel with said Benton alley 50 feet to Web ster street; thence northwardly along said Web ster street 20 feet to place of beginning, having thereon erected a 2-story brick house of 6 rooms, cellar, kitchen and finished attic. Terms, one fourth cash; balance in three equal annual payments, secured by tight bond and mort gage on the premises with sci. fa. clause SARAH CABLE, Executrix. ALEXANDER & LEE, Auctioneers, 313 Wood street, Pittsburg. Geo. D. Riddle, Attorney. 118 Diamond street. fe26-55-28-ma9-16 BY JAS. W. DRAPE fc C0.-EXECUT0R'3 sale of fine furniture, carpets, bookcase, piano, ete, ete, at tbe late residence of Chas. F. Herrosee. deceased, 249 'Atwood St., near Forbes St., Oakland. WEDNESDAY. March 20, at 10 o'clock. There is a fine Stelnway piano, parlor furniture, easy chairs, lounge, book case writing desk, dressing bureaus, wash stands, bedsteads and mattresses, exten sion table and chairs, hall rack, stoves, refrigerator, laundry outfit, kitchen ta ble, chairs and utensils, china, glass and tinware, lawn mower, pictures, brussels and ingrain carpets, stair carpet and rods, ete, ete House open at 8 o'clock on morning of sale; every thing to be sold. Terms cash. By order of executors. JAS. W. DRAPE fc CO., Auc tioneers, 129 Fourth ave, Pittsburg. mhl6-96-D TY JAMES W. DRAPE & CO. FURNI Jj TURE, carpets, ete, at auction, No. 82 Sheffield St., Allegheny, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 21. at 10 o'clock, comprising fine hall table and wall rack, with plate-glass mirror; side-board, with marble top and mirror back; square extension table and chairs; lounge rocker and easy chairs; wash stands, dressing bureaus, bed steads and mattresses; single bedstead and bed ding: tables, chairs, stands; dining room and kitchen famishment; china and glassware, laundry ware and woodenware; hearth rugs, mats, Brnssel and Ingrain carpets, hall and stair carpets and stair rods, ete Everything to be sold. Family declining housekeeping. House open at 8 o'clock on morning of sale Terms cash. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., Agents and Auctioneers, 129 Fourth avenue, Pitts burg. mhl6-95-D BY JAS. W. DRAPE & CO. HOUSE AND LOT IN THE EAST END. AT AUCTION, Corner Shetland avenue and Wilson street, near Lincoln avenue, and convenient to the luxurious property of Mr. Thos. Armstrong. A new bouse with reception ball, 6 rooms, attic and cellar; corner lot; fruit and. shade trees thereon; everything in nice order. To he sold at public sale on MONDAY AFTERNOON, March 25, at2 o'clock, on the premises. Title perfect; immediate possession. Terms to suit. Positive sale, owner going to Europe JAS. W. DRAPE fc CO., Agents and Auctioneers, mhl6-2-D 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. A UCTION SALE-HOUSEHOLD GOODS. Tuesday, March 19, at 2 o'clock P. M., on the premises. No. 86 Webster street. Allegheny. ALEXANDER & LEE. Auctioneers, mhl6-78 313 Wood street 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 JAMES ANDERSON, 63 East Diamond street Je5-fi57-lT3 - Allegheny, pa. ELECTIONS. Pittsburg, Cincinnati and St. Louis i Ratlway Co.. Pittsburg, March 5,1889. ( ELECTION THE ANNUAL MEETING of the stockholders of the Pittsburg. Cin cinnati and St. Louis Railway Company will be held at the principal office of the company, in the city of Columbus. O, on TUESDAY. March 19, 1889. at 10 o'clock A. M.. for the pur pose of receiving the annual report for 1SSS. the election of 13 directors to serve for the ensuing yearand the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the meeting. The transfer books will be closed on Saturday. Marctf9, and reopened on Friday, March 22, 1889. 8. B. LIGGETT, Secretary. roh5-o3-P NOTICES. NOTICE TO BOSS BAKERS OF PITTS BURG, Allegheny and surrounding towns, that the employment bureau of tbe National Bakers' Union No. 27,has removed from Jeffer son Hall. Allegheny, to corner of Fifth avenne and Smlthfleld street, Pittsburg. Entrance on Fifth avenue, opposite Kauf manns. ie25-5-MThS COMMITTEE. County Commissioners' O otice. Pittsburg. March IL 1889. rrVHE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS W; ILL JL hold appeals on the following named dis tricts, lo-wii: MONDAY, MARCH 25, Twenty-fifth ward, Pittsburg. By order of County Commissioners. R. E.. MERCER, GEO. Y. McKEE, DANIEL MCWILLIAMR P. WjBIEBERT. Clerk. mbEHS BUSINESS CHANGES. "PARTNERSHIP NOTICE THE BU8I Y NESS of commission brokers in stocks, bonds and petroleum as heretofore conducted by Stettheimer fc Bettman, will bo carried on by the subscribers nnder the same firm .name DAVID BETTMAN. MRS. JOS. STETTHEIMER. New Yore; March 14, 1S89. mhl5-76 NOTICE THE COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existing between the under signed, nnder the firm name of C. A. Kennedy & Co.. has been dissolved this day by mutual consent. The business will be carried on by S. Fleishman. C. A KENNEDY, aFLEISH MAN. Pittsburg, Maach 16; 1S89. mbl6-47-16,18,25 -VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Ll firm of John Kennedy & Sons,contractors aud lumber dealers, in Tarentnm, Pa., has this day been dissolved by mutual consent, John Kennedy, Jr., retiring. All debts owing tn said firm are to be paid forthwith to James Ken nedy, Sr., and all demands on said partnership are to be presented to him for payment. JAMES KENNEDY. Sr., JOHN KENNEDY, Jr. TAEENTUM. Pa., September 1, 1888. Notice is hereby given that tbe business heretofore carried on by John Kennedy it Sons has this day been purchased by tbe under signed, and will be continued under the name and style of James Kennedy it Sons. JAMES KENNEDY 4 SONS, Tabentum, September 1. 1888. mhl6-84 AMUSEMENTS. BIJOU THEATER TO-DAY-MATINEE AT 2 P. M. iv t rxTT.xmTjE-ija "mM TEMPTATIONS." Next week Emma Abbott. mhl4 GRAND OPERA HOUSE Every Evening. Matinee Saturday Only. STUART ROBSsON WM. H. CRANE And their Company, in Bronson Howard's THE HENRIETTA. Week March 18-Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Florence. mhlO-14 TT ARRIS THEATER Every afternoon and evening "THE BANDIT KING." March 18.-"Keep it Dark." TASINO MUSEUM WEEK OF MARCH J 11 Heath & Derossett, champion drill artists: Smith & Carrot, sketch; T. J. Hefron, Ford Brothers, Kennedy 61 Mack, Ed McDon ald, George Calahan, Rosa, the bearded lady: Fiji Jim aud Annie Coming, March 18, Paul Boyton. mhH 64 H ARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY To-night, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Harry Williams' Own Specialty Company. mblO-12 "One of the Best" 'TLLMDYE . - INTO . MY 0WK HOME" IN KNOXYILLE. We have yet a few of those beautiful homes as follows: First A very beautiful 5-room honse. with natural gas, water, ete, for S20U cash and 519 334 per month. Second A lovely 4-room cottage, $200 cash and $10 33 per month. Third A beautiful 3-room cottage, 200 cash; 15 33 per month. Fourth We have also a number of other handsome properties on equally reasonable terms. 43-Take Southside cars to Twelfth street and Mt Oliver Incline, or to Thirteenth street, and the Electric Railway. MOXVILLELMDiPROVEMENTCa OFFICE, 85 KNOX AVENUE, mJi3-TTSSu KNOXVILLE BOROUGH. DIAMOND STREET. EOR SALE (99J-DIAMOND STREET, near Wood street lot 17x80 feet; location suitable for retail store or broker's office; when tbe street is widened it will double tbe value of this lot; low price if sold this week. SAMUEL W. BLACK it CO., 99 Fourth avenue. mh!444 EAST END. FOR SALE-(99)-S4,250. INPAYMENTS like rent, for anew two-story frame dwell ing, 6 large rooms-and finished attic, ball, laun dry, bath, range, bot and cold water, both gases, slate mantels, tile hearths, art grates, ete; street is sewered; excellent neighborhood; large lot; five minutes' walk from two cable lines or East Liberty station, P. R. R. SAM UEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth avenue mhl4-34 NEW B. & O. DEPOT Is bat 10 minutes ride from Hazelwood, where wo have for sale tbe splendid residence pro perty of Geo. H. Anderson, Esq., a modern dwelling of ll rooms, bath, laundry, large Eorch, all conveniences stable and carriage ouse, with either two or four acres of ground with beautiful shade and choice fruit trees. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., No. 99 Fourth mhl5-85-TUF8 Oakland Square. For Sale (99) W.500 "Oakland Square" dwellings, moderate 'cash payment balance $500 per annum; 'new -two-story and mansard brick, 8 rooms, ball, batb, laundry, inside shut ters, stationary tubs, slate mantels, tile hearths, range, hot and cold water, front and rear porches, ete, large lot facing a beautiful pub lic square, around which a street has been laid out, sewered, and is being paved with aspbal tum; the whole surrounded with beautiful for est trees; only 5 minutes from Fifth ave cable line SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave mhl3-48-D aEO. H. BARBOUR CIVIL ENGINEER, Surveyor, Draughtsman and Deslgnerof Bridges Roofs and Mill Buildings, Room 02 Eisner Buildine, del2-k66-D 64 FIFTH AVENUE. Pittsburg. TO LET. Fifth avenue, East End," a furnished honse for the summer. Inquire of J. R.MCLTNTODK, mhlS-36-TTS 721 Liberty st A E. L1NKENHE1MER, ARCHITECT, 545 Smlthfleld street Pittsburg, Pa. Freihelts Freund Building, second floor.-. feaWl-D NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, . (99)" 1 1 '.i TO LET. This "Rent List" is published -only- in A the "Pittsburg Dispatch" Wednesday and Saturday, without expense to landlords, b SAMUEL W. BLACK &CO.,'- ' 99 Fourth Avenue, Real Estate Agents. Established 1878. Renting and Collecting a Specialty. 2 BTOBE KOOAIS, KTC. - Liberty St., 917, 2-sty. brick warehouse tZSOOyr. Third Ave 143, opp. V. S. P. O. store It 10x0, , plate glass windows, cellar. $50 mo. Fourth Ave lSi 3 sty, 10 Jt. fl. So yr. Water St., S3, first floor and cellar, STDOyr. SljthSt, 24. elegant larjre store room, on 2d floor, sky light in center. Urge windows front and rear, giving abundance or light handsome stairway from the front: 800 yr. Liberty ave., near 8th,'2nd floor; 20x110, elevator, fl,yr. OrantSt 113. 2 sty, store 0. West Carson St.. S. 8., 718. store 5 R., S5 mo. Lowry and Clark, A.C store, 20x40, 7 It, (334 yr. Lowry St., A. C, store 20x40, 7 K.. tasoyr. Western Ave 287 rear, 2K.. 18x20 ea,. llOCyr. Eagle and Cooper sts, store 4 K-. cellar. 22 mo. Second ave., near Soho, 3 acresr K. R. siding; river front: f heds. offices, ete f 1,200 yr. Wood St, 204 and 203, 2d floor wareroom. 30x90, ' with 2 offices and elevator, moderate rent to good tenant , Forty-eighth st, 154, storeroom and 2 rooms la rear, lis mo. " OFFICES. K Fourth ave, 99, 2d floor front 2 elennt large of- nces. moaern irom winuows, ooin gases, mar ble mantels, folding doors; excellent place for Insurance office GOO yr. Fourth ave., 93, 2d floor rear, 3 rooms, water, nst and art gas, inside w. c. $S0 per year. 1C0 Fourth ave, DeskKoom, 1st floor office, nicely carpeted, teoyr. Fourth ave.. 101, 2d floor front two large con necting offies, nat gas, $30mo. Fifth ave. A Wood St.; offices, single and In suite In the new 6 story "Eisner Building;" Firth ave. entrance; Crane elevator, steam heat janitor services, etc. ; floor plans can be seen at this office. Bent free to April 1. "Penn Building," l'enn ave., near Seventh st, offices, slnxie or In suite in tbe elegant new s story building, 2 Crane elevators, beat and Janitor services: rents exceptionally low. Floor plans can be seen at this office. Fourth ave., 152, 3 sty. 10K. 1.400 yr. l'enn ave., 5C6. 1st floor, 2 It $500 yr. Fourth ave.. 152, 2 K. 1st floor. toCOyr. Wood St., 204-206, 1st floor, IK. .Moderate rent to good tenant Water St.. 1U, front office 2d floor. 15x20. tl75 yr. Water St, 143, front office Zd floor, 15 ft. sq. tisuyr. Fifth ave, 163, opp. Court House 2 offices on 2d floor, nat. aas and water. foUOyr. Penn ave, 811, two connecting parlors, furnished, both gases, etc., S700 year. Cor. Wood and Third, office 2d floor front 0 mo. P1TTSBOKQ DWELLINGS. Fifth ave, 633, 2-sty, 9 K-, mod. Imp., bath, range, ete, etc.. Sumo. ' Center ave., 163, 2-sty,. 8 K-. mod. Imp., (35 mo. lioquet near Wllmot, 2-sty, mansard, 12 K.. I'M acre ground, carriage house, etc., mod. Imp., $ow jr. Bluff St., 23, 2-sty. 10 K., mod. Imp., (50 mo. Forbes St., 84,2-sty. 3. It, mod. Imp., twoyr. Ward Bt. near Haltfet. 141h ward. 2-sty, 8 R., oc cnnled hv Mr. -CoDeland. mod. imo.. S300 vr. 621 Fifth ave. cor. Wyandotte, st, 2-sty, 8 B., ball In center, front balcony and bay window, mod. con.. S45 mo. Filth are 3UU6, 10 It fine residence mod. Imp., finely finished, large yard. S700 yr. Center ave.. 9i 2-sty, 7 K. and stable side yard. mod. con., SjuOvt. Forbes, SO. 2-sty, alt. mod. Imp- (40 mo. Townsend.30, 2-sty.. 10 It, near cable all modern Imp. nlceyard, (430 yr. Center ave. 216, 2-sty., 8 E-, (21 33 mo., mod. Imp. front and rear yards. Fourth ave, 152, 3-stv. 8 It modern Imp.. (720 yr. Wylle Ave., 128, 1st floor, 5 large K., bath, w. c, h. and c. w (35 per mo. Wylle Ave, lis, id floor, 5 large rooms, wash house and two attics. 525 per me Thirty-third st. near Webster ave., 2-sty, SB., nat. gas and water. (15 mo. Liberty ave. 4749. 2-sty. 8 It, mod. Imp., (20 mo. Liberty ave, 4747, 2-sty, 8 It. mod. Imp., (20 mo. Liberty ave., 4745, 2-sty, 8 K., mod. Imp., (20ino. Liberty ave., 4741, (J-sty, 8 it. mod. imp., (20 mo. Decatur St., 1st floor, 2 It, nat gas ana w. free, (15 mo. Ridge st. near 33d, 7 It. (18 mo. Uldge st. near 33d. 6 It. (14 mo. Lawn st near Forbes. 2-bty, 5 R., (15 mo. 4742 Corday bt. Bloom Held, 4 K., (11 mo. Foward ave, 22d wd, 2-sty., 3 K.. (tt mo. Catsett St.. Murphy's court 2d bouse 2-sty, 2 It, tf U)mo. Cassett st.. Murphy's court 3d house 2-sty, 2 K., (7 50 mo. Grant St, 113. 2 sty, 61!., (30 mo. Hcrron ave, rear us. 2-sty. 4 K., cellar. (12 mo. . nbirty-thlrd, near Wylle 2-sty, 4 R., basement (8 mo. Eagle and Cooper sts., 2-stv, store add4B.,(22mo ALLEGHENY DWELLINGS. Kebecca St., 203, 2-sty, 6 R., good yard. (300 yr. Liberty st, 112, 2-sty and man., 8 K., mod. Imp., 8550 yr. Irwin ave , 89, 3-sty.. 9 K., (35 mo. Gallagher, 59, 2-sty, 6 K.. mod. Imp.. (15 mo. Gallagher St., 6t 2-sty, 6 B., ball, both gases, w .iter and w. e. S15. Gallagher, 55, 2-sty., 6K., mod. imo., (15 mo. Gallagher. 57, 2-sty.. 6 K-. mod. imp.. (15 mo. Lowry and Clark., store K., cellar, 7 it, (334 yr. Lowry, TrorUlu, store, 7 It, (300 yr. Spring llili, 10 acres vineyard and 4 B., (600 yr. Superiorsta., 1 acre ground. 10 B. house, (325 yr. Madison ave, 243, second floor. 2B., (3 mo. Gerst alley. 102. 2 K. first floor. (T mo. Ellsworth St., It 3 It, 2d floor. (12 mo. Madison ave. 243. 2 It first floor. (9 mo. Gerst alley, 100, 2 Jt 2d floor, (7 mo. EAST ZSD DWELLINGS. Boquet near Wllmot 2-sty, mansard, 12 B., IX acres ground, carriage house mod. Imp., (600 Tr. Fifth ave- 3C06. 10 K., mod. Imp.. line residence, large yard, (700 yr.; on cable line Fifth avc, cor. Emerson, 2-sty., 10 K., mod. Imp., delightful borne (750 yr.; on cable line. Frankstown ave, 413. 2-sty. 8 R., (400 yr. Neville st. 1st from Fifth ave, 8 B., large lot, frnlt and shade trees, (300 yr. Grazier St.. 7006, near Dallas sta., 5BT, (20 mo. Kace st Edgewood. near station. 5 It, (13 mo. 5633 Mignonette 2-sty, 4 It. (13 mo. Ellsworth ave. 5724 near Roup sta.. 2-sty, 8 B., (at mo., mod. imp. St. Andrews st, 3 it, Geo. Hardin, ten., (8, 50 mo SOUTHSIDE DWELLINGS. Wharton St, 1815, 2-sty, 5 It and attic, cellar, (20 mo. Carson st, 2523, 2-sty, store and 8 B. attic, (25 mo McLean ave., MtOllver Incline new.SK., (15 mo. West Carson st. 716. store B.and 5 B., (35 mo. Beltzhoover boro.. Washington ave, 2-sty. 4 K. and finished attic, (12 mo. A. Holti, tenant. P. B. B. DWELLINGS. .Greensbnrg plke2-sty, 4 K., IK acre orchard, -ete, (6 mo. A. V. K. It DWELLINGS. ' Coleman sta., 2-sty, 6 R., (10 mo. ' -B. A O. B. B. DWELLINGS. Hazelwood, near Brown sta. Saline ave., near Hazelwood ave. ZZd ward, 2-sty. 6 K-, stable on lot and 3 acres of ground, with fruit trees, ete. mod. Imp., S3SU yr. Hazelwood. Lytle 'St., near Tecnmseh, 23d ward, 2-sty Queen Anne 7 K., (300 yr. Hazelwood. near sta., 2-sty, 7 R-, hall, cellar, mod. Imp., (360 yr. Hazelwood. near sta., 2-sty, 7 B., cellar, mod, . Imp.. (3G9 yr. Glenwood, 2nclav., 2-story mansion 15 B., 4 acres of ground, city water, ete, (LOCO. Glenwood, Benova st, 2-sty., S if.. (21. Glenwood, Blair St.. 2-sty., 5 B.. Jit Forward av., 22 wd., 2-sty., 3K., Jmo. I P., FT. W. A C. B. B. DWELLINGS. Se wick ley, cor. Thorn and Little sts., 2-sty, 5 E., occupied by W. B. Treadll, (20 mo. Eewlckley, Centennial, neaf.Nevln, 2-sty, 8 B., H acre lot (240 yr. SnperlorSta.. 10 It, fruit ete, (325 yr. Sewickley, Thorn St., 8 B., formerly, occupied by A. Baldwin; (35 mo. Same with carpets, blinds now In house (45. Sewickley. Pa., Broad St., 1 square from station, completely furnished. 10-room brlcx house, batb, w. c, etc., 150 per mo. FARM. Baldwin twp., opp. Southslde Cemetery, on Brownsville road, 10 roomed house 2 green honses. orchard, vineyard, ete, 63 acres, (300 ' and road tai. STABLES. Bear Penn ave. 410, stable 5 stalls, (3) mo. South Diamond, near Union ave, A. C, stable, 4 stalls, (240 yr. Immediate possession,. LAHDLORDS! ; In order to secure the benefits of this method of reaching tenants, without ex pense to you, please have a memoran dum of your houses at our office by 4 P. M. each Tuesday and Friday. SAMUELW.BLACKCD. 99 FOURTH AVENUE. Established 1 878. -- . ' nmis-wi- - J Si. ?' .JftJtM-F uHtX w . r Wj&jJB ir'n.jMi - .,..'.