THE PITTSBUKG- DISPATCH, THUESDAT, 'MAT ,16; 1889;
SSJHsplaj advertisement one dollar per
touare Jot one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, ctc ten cents per line or each inser
tion, and none taken Jot less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
publics, Branch Offices have been
established at the folio-wing places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
Other transient ad vertisements "will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already nave accounts with Tns Dis
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 3503 Butler street.
KMIL C. STUCKEY, Hth street and Penn are,
E. G. STUCKEY A CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton St.
'. STOKELY, FUlh Avenue Market House.
J. TV. WALLACE, 6121 Fenn avenue.
JIcALLISl'lOt & SHE1BLER, 5th av. AMwoodit.
JACOB SPOHK, No. 2 Carson street.
CUAS. BCHWABM, 1707 Carson strett.
A . J. KAERCHEK, 59 Federal street. .
H. J.McBKIDE, Federal and Ohio streets. '
FRED H. EGGERS. 17: Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEK3 4 30N, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Inrtnaves.
G. TV. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver area,
FERRY M. QLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
-TITANTKD-GOOD BARBER AT 287 FIFTH
V AVE., cor. Wasmngton st. myl6-45
TTTANTED-3 OR 4 GOOD TINNERS AT GEO,
V W. STEVENSON A BRO.'S, 537 Liberty St..
-rrrAXTED-A good barber-at 33 chest.
UT STREET, Allegheny; single man pre-
TTANTED A TINNER-MUST BE GOOD
W roofer. Address J. J. VAN EWAN, Can
nonsburg. Pa. myl6-100
T7-ANTED-S1X COBBLESTONE FAVEKS
Y ApDlytoJOHXCALLAHAN, Central Trac
tion nmA WrHiiaTP? UHlfi-99
in J 16-99
-VT7"ANTED-ASSrSTANT DRUG CLERK, 2 OR
V 3 Tears' experience. Inquire A. J. KAEK
CHER, 'to Federal St., Allegheny. myl6-17
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, ONE FIRST
CLAfcS carriage trimmer. Address T. B.
TEACH. Hubbard, Trumbull CO., O. myl6-60
WANTED-AT ONCE-6 CARRIAGE PAINT
ERS, at F. W. SAWERT A CO.'S, Carrlare
M'fr, 5917 to59B Fenn aTC, E.E.. city. myl2-134
LY; good wages. Apply at C. F. WIND
MANN'S, 82 Monterey St., Allegheny. my!6-50
-TTTANTED COACHMAN FOR LIVERY;
vV none but experienced need apply. T. B.
MORELAND 6100 Fenn ave.. East End. my6-12
ANTED-A FIRST-CLASS. EXPERIENCED
foreman foi a foundry: good reference will
be required. Address UUNTERS,Dlspatch office.
TECTURAL draughtsman. Call on GEO.
HODGDEN, Architect, 83 Fourth avenue, Pitts
ANTED-ROLL1NG MILL CLEBK: ONE
experienced in payroll and mill accounts.
Address, with references, K. A. B Dispatch
VT7"ANTED-FIKST-CLASS BARBERS FOR
V country and cltv. Call before 12 M. at A.
EDLIS A CO., Barber's Supply House, 5C2 Lib
erty St., city. nyiMU
TTANTED-A GOOD DBUG CLEBK-ONE
V who can come well recommended. Call or
address S. H. YOGEL, Webster ave. and Roberts
street, city. myl6-37
-TTTANTED-TWO STOUT YOUNG MEN TO
i V work In a wholesale house- must be sober
and lndnstrlous, and have best or references.
Address WHOLESALE. Dispatch office. myl6-20
TCr AN TED AGENTS AND OUTDOOR
V T talesmen to call and see our latest specialty;
from three to six dollars a day easily made on It;
Krererence required. P. F. COLLIER, 1036 Penn
V "ve. myl6-18
ITANTED-AN ACTIVE MAN LOCATED
V outside Pittsburg. Salary (70 to (100 ptr
wvnui io represent, m uis locauiT, an oia nouse;
references exchanged. BUSINESS, lock box 1610,
. 1. oc7-48-Th
VTJi ifCT ED - CORBESPONDEXT-, FOE A
' produce commission house: permanent
usinon w good man
none hut experienced par-
es needaddress CORRESPONDENT, Dispatch
V powder and pare splcea; gifts with goods:
coke workers, miners orimllmcn can make money
In their spare time. YAMASUIRO TEA CO., ii
Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa. ja26-6-TTS
TIT AN .ED-BAD WRITERS
V COLLEGE 4 Sixth street Plttsbure.
mansnip, bookkeeping, eclectic shorthand, type
writing, arithmetic, ttc. thoroughly taught for
(5 per month; Instruction private for both sexes;
open through summer, day and evening.
TTTANTED-MUJDLE-AGED "WOMAN FOR
V dishwasher at 603 LIBERTY ST. myl6.31
"TTTANTED-CUBL TO FEED SMALL JOB
V press: must have some experience. Call at
NO. 83JJIAMOND STKKET.
WANTED-FOB GENERAL HOUSEWOBK
a reliable girl, with reference: wages (3 50
per week. Inquire of J. DEENS, at No. 213 Mar
ket street, city. myl6-93
-TTJANTED-MATBON FOE A PROTESTANT
V Institution In Alleghenv; reference re-
Sulred. Address by letter MB& JOHN D. CAB
ON, 20Marionave..AlleghenyClty,Pa. mvl5-27
Dlnle nnd Female QelD.
TTANTED-MAN AND WIFE FOE DAIBY
vY farm: none but experienced need apply. F.
W. EILVEB, WellsnUe, O. vajliz)
-TXT AN TED- SEAMSTRESS. WAITRESS
YV chambermaids, cooks, lOOhouse girls, Ger
man and colored gins, male and female help for
hotels, waiters, drivers, farm hands, gardener.
MRS. . THOMPSON, 608 Grant st.
-tTJANTED - BOOKKEEPERS, STENQGRA
YV PHEKS, typewriters and all others desiring
situations or a clerical character, and havingflrst
class references, to call on the COMMERCIAL
ACCOUNTING AGEACY, 163 Fifth avenue, from
8 to 10 A. K. my!6-8
WANTED-AN IDKAL BETAI1. DRYGOODS
salesman; one that has had experience in
all departments of the trade: also, a competent
saleslady for mllllnary department; good salaries
to the right parties. W. C. BEBNABDI, 1KB Car
son St., Southslde. myl6-19
-TTTANTED-AGENTS ON SALARY: (75 PER
V month and expenses paid any active man
or woman to sell onr goods by cample and live at
home: salary paid promptly and expenses in ad
vance; full particulars and sample case free, we
mean Just what we say. Address STANDARD
SILVERWARE CO.. Boston, Mass. fel8-3-p
TsTANTED-rOSniON BY A YODNO MAN,
VV In office work; can keep books and give
good reference. Address J. B.( Dispatch office.
WANTED SITUATION DRUG CLERK,
experienced, with first-class city trade and
registered, is onen for situation. Address PRE
8CKU7TION1ST, Dispatch office. rayl5-5)
ANTED-smJATlO-NS AS PRINTERS BY
two young men of 12 and 4 years1 experi
ence: weekly preferred; one a lob printer. Ad
dress P. O. BOX 267, St. Clairsrlllc, 0.
ANTED-SITUATION IN PRIVATE FAM-
ILY as driver by young married man, or
would drive grocery waeon: well acquainted with
Citr. sober and honest. Address DBIVKE, DIs
patch office. myl6-13
TTJANTED-TABTNEE WTTH SLOOO; an ex-
V perlenced salesman preferred: fine oppor
tunity to man meaning business. J. W. C, Ols
patch office. my 16-97
Rooms. Ilouses. Etc
-TTT-ANTED-STEAM PO WEB AND BOOM FOB
VY 1 or 2 wood turning lathes in planing mill or
sawmill: state terms. Address C B. M., 207 Rob
inson st., Alleghchy. rayl6-W
TirANTED-BOARD AND ROOM-BY YOUNG
V married couple; central location; first-class
references given and required.
Address V. L.,
TITANTED-(15,000 FOB CTTEhTEARS ON
YV Flfthavenueproperty. Address SEC UBITy,
Dispatch office. mvio-30
-TT7-ANTED-TO LOAN MONEY ON MOBT
1 YV GAGES on Improved real estate in sums of
(500 and upward, al 4)f, 5 and 6 percent. L. O.
FBAZIEB, Real Eitate Broker, Forty-fifth aud
Butler streets. myl6-16-Thssn
TiTANTED-TO LOAN SS0a,O(ia IN AMOUNTS
VY of (3,000 and npward, on city and suburban
property, on 4X per cent xreeortax; also smaller
amounts at 5 and per cent BLACK 4 BAIR1
95 Fourth avenue. se21-d2S-D
TlTASTEO-MOKTGAGES-ri, 000, 000TO LOAN
V on city and suburban prcpertles at 4M, Sand
t per cent
rent and on jarnu in jjuusucnj uu lujja
ounUesat Cper cent I M. fBSSOCK &.
cent counties at Crier
CUN, 10S Fourth avenne.
"TTTANTED-TO LOAN SSftOOO ON JIOKT-
V UAbESitlOO and upward at 6 per cent;
(500, 000 at iH wer cent on residences or business
property; also In adjoining counties. 8. H.
JKENCU. ra Fourth avenne. oc31-e84-P
TTTANTED-MORTOAOES-Wfi HAVE FROM
-AT V fiaooo to tioaooo to loan on mortgages on
.niviKnriaiQf city or county ox aojoinins; coun
Btles: all the details attended -to In person and
lylthout publicity.-. JAS..VY. DKAPE & CO., 13
jourui avenue,. jniuDurrr
IBtwh-h, is, ;h, as, .&,;
in sums to suit, at 4, a ana a per cent.
GKAEUING & LYON
135 Fourth are. ap6-l-D
TrANTED-MORTGAGES-MONEY TO LOAN
-TV In turn j to snlt at W, 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLE8 & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY FBOF
ERTY. over H.C00; 4K per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVlOtACO.. W Fourth avenue.
YTTANTED-RESTS COLLECTED FKOMFT-
YV LY: propertr managed with satisfaction.
ALLE3 & BAILEY; 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
A. N T E -jaOlCTGAGES IN ANY
amounts: 4K to 6 rer cent: cltv an country:
no delay. SAMUEL YT. BLACK A CO.. 89
TrANTED-EXTEKlENCED YOUNG MEN
W for oyster counter, at NEWELL'S RES
TAURANT, 101 Fifth avenue. Steady employ-
ment the year round.
-TTTANTED-HOUSES TO BENT AND RENTS
to collect; monthlv settlements with Item
ized statement. L. O. FRAZ1ER, Real Estate
Broker, Forty-fltth and Butler sts.
WANTED-RENTS TO COLLECT IN BOTH
cities and suburbs; to this branch or the
business we par special attentl on; established
18GJ. W. A. HEBRON A SONS, 0 Fourth ave.
WANTED-CASH PAID FOR ALL SECOND
HAND furniture, pianos, etc. THOMAS
A CO., 2513 Fenn ave. myl6-95
artesian water well. Address SUMNER
G L ASS CO. , Steuben vllle, O. my 15-13
-TTTANTED-A SECOND-HAND ONE-HORSE
V cart with springs, suitable for baggare or
delivery. Address L., Dispatch office. inylS-12
WANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
dozen (13) of Stewart A Co.'ajlne cabinet
photos for JL at SO and 82 FEDERAL ST.,
WANTED-LADIEU TO KNOW HAUGH A
Kecnan repair, refinlsh or upholster old
furniture promptly and In the best possible man
ner. 33 AND 34 WATER ST. 'Phone 1626. my9-82
TtTANTED MEN LEARN THE ART OF
VV gentlemen's garment cutting; no trying
on required: night sessions Monday, Wednesday
and Saturday, 7 to 9 r. ii., 514 Wood st. URL1N to
A SON. ap30-68
-TTTANTED-EVERYBODY TO GET ONE DOZ.
vY tine cabinet photos for 99 cents at
AUFRECHT'S ELITE GALLEHY, 516 Market St.,
Pittsburg, Pa., for 30 days only; elevator: come,
rain or shine: bring children. myS-lll
"VITANTEO-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
W TOGKAFHER, 96 Fifth avenne. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine .cabinets at (1 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous process. mhl3-63
WANTED-M ARMED OR SINGLE MEN TO
lnTest In bdlldlng sites at Maplewood
Park, WUklnsburg; lots 40x120; $10 to S2u down,
balance Jl to f3 per week; act quick before they
are all gone: 70 sold In one -week; call on the
agents, who will pay your fare and take you to see
the grounds. 1. B. COOPER A CO.. 107 Fourth
FOR SALE-iaiPKOTED KEAL ESTATE.
OR SALE-(2,550-CONGRESS BTBEET; 4-
ituuicu onca aweuing; large, nice lot;
r terms. GEOKUE SCHMIDT, 157 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-(4,000; FORBES STREET; B
ROOMED brick dwelling house; good lot: a
big bargain. GEORGE SCHMIDT. 157 Fourth
FOE SALE-CORNER LAUBEL AVENUE
and Cedar street. Bloomfield: lot 41x100,' with
4 small houses: good Investment, Tcry cheap.
GEORGE SCHMIDT. 157 Fourth aTe.
JL. uiibkunciuiij( uuuk, wawi. ,iw iw, oi.w
mantels, natural gas, papered throughout; lot 22x
126. nicely fenced op: terms moderate. GEO.
SCHMIDT, 157 Fourth ave. myll-10-TTSSu
h.W ., .m 1 1 1 .. .. .....m. ..t. .1.,. rtftf m t ,A
FOB SALE-THIRTEENTH WARD-PROPERTY
convenient to Central Traction Cable
Road; desirable location; price low; enhance
ment sure. Call soon and see these bargains.
BLACK A BAIBD. 85 Fourth ave. myll-26-D
East End Residence.
IOB SALE-LILAC ST. AND WESTMINSTER
ace. house. 9 rooms, bath. w. c. nat. ess.
etc. etc: lot 63x100 ft.: only (9,500. SFENCEKA
GLOSSEB, 419 Smitbfleld St.
FOR SALE-VERY CHEAP-LARGE AND
desirable dwelling. 12 rooms, lot 165x100 ft.,
on Bebecca St., near Fenn ave. Twentieth ward;
a verr desirable home at money asked. W. A.
HEBRON A SONS. No. 80 Fourth ave
myl6-22-16, 18. 23, 25,28,31
FOBSALE-BOQUET ST., OAKLAND, MAN
SABD brick of 8 rooms, bath, w. c Inside
shutters, nat. gas, tile hearth In parlor, bard
wood finish, etc etc.: lot 24x175 ft. : price, (8.000:
bargain. SPENCER A GLOSSEB, 418 Smlthfleld
T7OK, SALE ROW
OF 6-2-STOBV. BRICK
almost new: wellsltnited: n&TsSner
cent: room for 6 additional houses on rear of lot;
It will then pay 12 per cent; street and alley paved
and sewered: houses never Idle. Principals only
Inquire of MOBBIS A FLEMING, 110 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-FRAME HOUSEMROOMS; WELL
located on two good streets and convenient to
cables and P. B. B.;lot 73x115; healthy location;
Tcrylowandagoodlnvestment:onlv (1,175 cash:
title free to purchaser. H. M.-li'i'NN, No. 1
Frankstown ave., Denholm b'ld'g, East Liberty.
FOR SALE A HANDSOME EAST END
stone residence, carriage porch, hardwood
staircase and reception hall ; tower laundry, bath,
lOclegant, large rooms; all the latest improved con
veniences, asphalt paved 6treet, good location
and near P. B. K. For further particulars call at
office. BLACK A BAIBD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-SPLENDID HOUSK6ROOMSAND
hall: lot 44x100; splendid location; only four
minutes from East Liberty station and cable cars;
the lots alone costing 1,500; a good investment
and bargain for quick buyer: certificate of title
furnished free: price only (1,675 cash. II. M.
LYNN. No. 1 Frankstown ave., Denholm bl'd'g.
East Liberty. myl5-61
JD 4 minutes from P. B. B. station: elegant new
modern style pressed brick dwelling; 12 rooms,
ball, bath, range, etc.; all hardwood finish, hard
wood mantels, sliding doors, stationary wash
stands, etc.; 4 rooms on each floor; lot 110x200; very
desirable location; a bargain. SAMUEL V.
BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth ave. my!5-55
FOB 8ALE-(6,750-L000 CASH, BALANCE ON
reasonable payments, in tbe midst of the
East End. near steam and cable cars, brick house
just finished, 9 rooms, modernly Improved and
convemenceu turouguout, oesioes oatnroom,
washhouse, pantry and large porches: lot 40x121
ft.; location first-class. For full information see
W. A. HERRON A SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
myl6-22-16, 18,23,25,28, 31
FOBSALE-FINELY FINISHED AND COM
PLETE frame house, 6 rooms, hall and pantry,
large lot: near Hliand ave. and Penn and Firth
ave. cables: and b. porticoes, n. and a. gases.
Inside shutters, transoms, chandeliers, electric
bells, city water, inside w. c, shrubbery, eve, at
a sacrifice; only (2,900; 8900 cash, balance end of 4
or more years. H. M. LYNN, No. 1 Frankstown
ave., Denholm bl'd'g, mylWl
FOB SALE-OB ' BENT-IBVING PLACE,
Ellsworth avenue, Sbadysldc. E. E., several
new pressed brick residences Just finished, con
taining ten rooms each, also laundry, bath, pan
try, etc; each bouse situated In separate lot with
large lawn; near steam and cable cars; terms to
snlt purchasers or rent reasonable. Inquire of
THOS. H. CHAPilAN, on the premises, or BOOM
42, feafe Deposit building, 83 Fourth avenue.
T710B SALE THOUGHTFUL PERSONS IN
JD buying a home will take Into account the sur
roundings and probabilities or enhancement of
value; convenience to good Improvements is a
leading consideration; also rapid transit to and
from the business part of the city; the quality of
the houses In tbe neighborhood goes for a good
deal : as to build or buy a handsome stone or brick
residence and have Interior houses go up after
ward on adjoining lots detracts from the value of
the first; to buv on a neatly paved street, with
sewers, gas and water already laid, Is lmnortant;
one then knows what the whole cost Is, and has
not to worn- abont the cost of future grading and
paving. All these Items and many more are cov
ered at the handsome new dwellings on Oakland
Square formerly Ltnden Grove), which need only
be seen to be appreciated. Tbe price Is (8, 500 and
and (6,750, payable on easy terms, for elegant,
thoroughly well built and cpmmodlous houses,
standing apart, on lots 30x100, and Sited with an
the modern conveniences. All the houses lront
on aspbaltum streets, and npon a handsome park
Filanted with shade trees; old forest trees plentl
ully shade the neighborhood. The cnhle cars arc
now but six minutes distant, and will be broilght
EtUl nearer. These houses are rapidly selling, be
ing pronounced bargains at present prices. Ap
ply to SAMUEL W. BLACK. 4 CO., No. S9 Fourth
-7H)RSALE-DESIKABLEALLEGHEN Y BESI
JC DEJiCE, Federal st. near the parks; will
exchange for first-class suburban property. A.
J. PEXTECPST. 4H Urant st. myll-44
FOBBALE-NOS. 7. 8 SHEFFIELD ST., ALLE
GHENY City, lot X80 ft. with 2 small
houses; price only 11,000. V. A. HERRON &
bOIvS. Ho. 80 Fourth are. myl6-22-18,i8,S3,25.28,3i
FOR SALE-HANDSOME MOUERN HOUSE,
all conveniences and large lot, choice loca
tion, Uldwell street, Allegheny; low price;
easy terms. JAO. H. M'CELEltY, 95 Fifth ive.
F)KSALE NET1SPER CENT INVESTMENT,
at bharpsburg. donble frame bouse of 8 rooms.
In good order; lot 26x100; price 81,600; easy terms.
W. W. ilCN EILL & BKO., 105 Fourth ave.
3K 8ALE-2 NEW FKAME HOUSES ON
Jj nicely Improved large lots; stone walks, trees.
shrnhherr. ll-? S mlnntpO r.lV fWitw c.Ha. i
It. MURPHY, Crafton.
: S minutes1 walk from stxtinn .1
umce, opposite station.
FOK SALE-AT EUGEUOOU STA,, P. E. R.,
one acre lot, highly Improved, close to sta
tion, with 2-story and attic modern built residence,
rooms; inside shutters, w. c. cellar, large halls,
high ceUlnrs, veranda In front, porch In rear;
hot and cold water, natural gas, etc.; stable, out
buildings, concrete walks and drives, ornamental
shade trees; also appli, pear, plum and peach
trees, grapes and small fruit; a desirable, com
plete home; onlyJl2,W9 ' )TJJ. WITTISH.1 4I
urn fc nnsvij' a i mmntr g. jsasSMSMMMslsMMq W-Cj
-FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR BALE-LOTS! LOTS1 LOTS! 24x100 FEET,
to alley on paved 63 foot street; I10O cash : bal
ance to suit purchaser: one square from Citizens'
Traction Line: price (1,000 each. L. O. FHAZIER,
Forty-fifth and Duller streets. mylS-16-Thssu
FOR SALE-(650-CASH, THE REMAINDER
430 semi-annually until paid for: lota SOxSO ft.,
fronting Hatfield St., near Forty-seventh St.: the
best lots for the mbney In the market. W. A.
HEBRON A SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
TpOR SALE-60 LARGE BUILDING LOTS ON
JD Mount M'ashlnitton, 19 minutes walk from
incline plane, on lioggs, Washington and Chess
avenues; city water, natural and artificial gas,
pure air, good title: will be sold at public sale on
Saturday afternoon. May 18. at z o'clock, on
the premises. Positive sale, to close account with
the heirs of the estate. Flans, etc., from JAS.
W. DRAPE A CO., Agents and Auctioneers, 129
Fourth ave., Flttsbnrg. myis-M
East End Lota.
FOR BALE-LARGE LOT, 120 FEET FRONT,
on Jackson St., near Hliand ave.; corner lot;
nicely located; price 82.000. MELLON BROS..
6346 Station St., E. E. mjI2-24-12,KlfV17,20
FOR SALE HANDSOME HOME AND ONE
.acre of land, with large Ellsworth ave. front;
much below value; until May 20, Address TUB
COMA, Dispatch office. m.yie-38
J7IOBSALE-A NICE BUILDING LOT, 24X100.
! on Reynolds St., near Mfth ave., Point
reeze andJTorrens station; price 150; payments
to suit. MELLON BROS., 6349 Station st,,E.E.
OBSALE-ON HOMEWOOD AVE.-THBEE
St. E. E.
myl2-2i-14, 115,18, 20
FOR SALE-LARGE LOTS NEAB BOUTH HI
LAN Dave., size 40x141 feet to wide alley:
price Is Terr low, and extraordinary good terms
can bo given. JOHN F. BAXTER, Agt.. 612
Smjthflefd street. my 12-91-ttbsu
FOR SALE-EUCLID AVE. LOTS. 40x141
feet, nicely elevated, close to Penn ave.
cable cars; street sewered; these lota will be sold
at a bargain. JOHN F. BAXTER, Aeent, 612
Smlthfleld street. myi2-82-TTS i
avenue, near Fifth ave., Point Breeze and
lorrens station; nicely located on avenue; price,
tssa each: payments to suit buyer. MELLON
BROS., 6349 Station St., E. JS. myl2-15-14, 16,20
FOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS AT DALLAS STA
TION. P. R. K.. convenient to steam and
street cars; cheap and on easy terms: situation un
surpassed: price ranging rrom (406 to (SCO. Inquire
of 1X0. NEGLEY, 6106 Venn ave., East End.
-TTIOR SALE CHOICE SHADYBIDE LOT
JD fronting 185 feet on an 80 foot paved street
close to station, buildings on adjoining lots, first
class; price 855 per foot front: a bargain; terms
easy. L. O. FBAZIEB. Forty-fifth and Butler
FOR BALE SHERMAN AVENUE, NEAB
Montgomery ave.; lot 40x110: finest vacant
lot on parks. A. LEGGATE A SON, 31 Federal
St., Allegheny. inyl6-44
nnnt sale very cheap and easy pay-
X? MEND'S Desirable building lots on Nunnery
Hill at head of new incline: call or send for plans.
W. A. HERRON A SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE LOTS ON MAPLE ANDLINDSN
avenues and Lombard street, Allegheny, in
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH McN AUGHEB, 43 N. Diamond St.
17OB SALE-LOT 100X75-FEEMONT ST. AND
? Pennsylvania avenue. Second ward, Alle
beny; splendid plot for erection or good renting
welllngs: only (100 a foot front on Fremont st.
A. LEGGATE A SON, 31 Federal St. hnjlS-44
FOBSALE-YOU SAY YOU DESIEEHEALTH.
pure air, pure water, beautiful scenery and
rapid transit; locate on the Watson acre and H
acre sites. Perrysvllle avenue. Tenth ward. Alle
gheny; Pittsburg office, A. J. PENTECOST. 413
G rant street. my 12-64
FOB SALE-LINDEN, OSGOOD AND MAPLE
avenues, "Osgood Place," fine large lots,
only IS minutes' walk to the Market House: near
the electric cars and Incline; good investment;
low prices, enhancement certain. BAMUELW.
BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth ave. my9-77-Th
FOR SALE-iMAPLEWOOD PARK-LOTS 40x
120. J. fi. COOFEB A CO., 107 Fourth ave.:
FOB BALE-6 LOTS. 50X97 FT-, NEAB STA
TION; price $350. on easy terms. J. B.
MUBPHY, Crafton, Office, opposite station.
FOR SALE MAPLEWOOD PARK, WIL
KINSBUBG, laid out by Geo. S. Martin; ele
gant building lots, 40x12) and 40x240: (150 to (400
each; (10 to (20 down, balance (I to (3 per week;
these are the most desirable lots on the. market
and are bound to donble In value within the next
90 days: 56 trains each way dally: call on tbe
agents, wno win pay your lare ana iae you to soe
m. (.'uurjui s w iw fourin
-J70R 8ALK-T5 ACBES KICH. LEVEL LIME
JD STONEsolL 8 miles from Pittsburg atB. B.
sta., fine modern brick residence 13 r, orick sta
ble, fr. tenant house, orchard, ornamental trees,
etc. ED. WITT1SH, 410 Grant st. mylO
FOB SALE-BEAL ESTATE, IMPBOVEDAND
unlmprorea, in all parts of the city: call or
send for new printed descriptive list Just Issued.
L. O. FBAZIEB, Real Estate Broker, Forty-fifth
and Butler sts, m jlS-16-Thssu
FOB SALE-ATLANTIC CITY.N. J.-HOTELS,
boarding houses, cottages, lots and bath
houses to let or for sale by I. G. ADAMS A CO.,
real estate agents, Beal Estate and Law.Bulldlng,
Atlantic Cltv. N. J. ap5-9-D
I'OR SALE BUSINESS.
TCTOE BALE-MORNING. EVENING AND SUN-
U DAI paper routes, or separate.
F. D., Dispatch office.
FOB BALE-LEASE, TOOLS AND FIXTURES
for carrying on and manufacturing popcorn,
candy, etc. Address 11., Dispatch office. myI4-49
FOB SALE-LEASE AND IMPBOVEMENTS
of hand brick yard, near Rochester. Pa.;
first-class clay for 20 years; will be sold cheap;
good reasons for selling. Particulars from BAL
TENSPEBGEE A WILLIAMS, 151 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-GOOD PAYING BUSINESS FOB
lady that can sew for about (LOW: neat little
confectionery and ice cream business, (200: bakery
with borse and wagon, (400; stores of all kinds;
100 business chances. SHEPABD A CO.. 54 Fifth
FOR S A L E-BESTaUBANT, DOING A
splendid business; central location: a well
known and old established stand; all the latest
impiovements; will be sold at a bargain on ac
count of ill health. For particulars see J. B.
COOFEB A CO., 107 Fourth ave. myl4-94-TT8
FOB SALE-THE ONLY BILLIARD ROOM IN
town of Sharon; one billiard, one pool table;
first-class order; standard size; entire outfit at 50
cents on the dollar; extensive iron works: weekly
pay, (25,000; rare opening for right party. CaU
on or address W. A. MCKNIGHT; 251 State
street, Sharon, Mercer CO., Pa. inyl5-51
FOB SALE-LEASE OF HOTEL BRUNS
WICK, Nos.254 and 256 Washington St., Johns
town, Pa.; the said hotel building contains 20
rooms. Is a handsome 3-story brick building, cen
trally located, doing a very large bar trade: It
sale Is made at all it fmust be made before June
term of court, so that license can be transferred
to purchaser. M. J. MUBPHi, Proprietor.
I7OB SALE-AT CLEVELAND, O.-SALOONS
from ffflO to- (3,000; restaurants from KJOto
which will bear-investigation; many of the best
places in loisciiy lur iquneT-nia&ing are onerea
by me: 1 have also some of the very finest real
estate in all parts of this city on easy terms. WM.
H. LAFOONTAINE&CO., Agent, 219 Superior
St., Cleveland, 0. Beal estate and business ex
FOBSALE-SOOTHTV EST CORNER OFWYLIE
ave. and Blghstlot2oxC9ft,wlth buildings
bringing in a fair Income. W. A. HEREON 4
SONS. 80 1'ourth ave. my5-65-6,8,ll,i4,i6
FOR SALE-COK. FEOEEAL ST. AND
North avenue, Allegheny, a fine building 4
stories, paylnp a good rent. W. A. HERKON&
SONS. 80 Fourth ave my7-47-7, 10, U, 16
FOK SALE-OHIO ST. BUSINESS PROPERTY,
between Arch st and Diamond. Allegheny;
lot 36x90, with building; fine location with a
future. A. LEGGATE 4 SON, Agents, 31 Federal
IOR SALE-BRICK ''WORKS FOR SALE IN
Leecsburga'a. : tne latest improved machinery
tfnrmaklntr red brick and firebrick: also. 2
dwelling houses ana two tz acres oi iana lor saie.
InaulreofGEOKGEHINYEK, Leechbnrg, Pa.
- -- r . . ... .. ; - j
OR SALE-E. .E., NEAR CORNER PENN
nd VrftnkstOwn aves.. two-storv business
bouse, with lot 17x125 feet to a street; first-class
location; is enuauciii), lapiuiv, mil ecu iuar-
BAUUUi w. iJiiAun. a vu., Vi) jrourtn
TWOESALE-fA FULLY' EQUIPPED EIGHT
JL? pot lasjr-works, located at Stoneboro, l'a,,
onL.b. AM.)8.andW.. N. Y.iP.Jt. R.;every
thlnz In nrsyclass condition, having been built
within the last year: works running full time on
speclaltlesicheapfueU excellent railroad facili
ties. Particulars, address STONEBUKO SPE
CIALTY GLASS CO., Stoneboro, Pa.
tfoli SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
I Machinery and Metals.
.LE-2 HORIZONTAL ENGINES, 18x22.
Ball engine, 1 small dynamo and 2 lamps and
meat choppers, rendering settles, etc. VELTE A
MCDONALD, Penn ave., cor. Thlrty-sccond st.
L03T-POCKETBOOK, CONTAINING PER
'&ONAL papers, was left on counter in city
Postofflce. Finder will be rewarded by leaving
same at 032 SMITHFIELD ST., third floor.
7 , mylS-28
OST-A COCKER SPANIEL DOG-RED-
maa. Drown, cuny nair, ouiuy tail, long
H,nnrntnBiBin nr Annnm nr.nnflr:Ji
liberal reward will be paid Tor Ks return to MK; M
' jM&iiy. w jf a aye. I am aaa.-aacayiH
TO LET-NO. 101 FAYETTE ST., 8 ROOMS;
late Improvements;1 all In first-class order;
rent 0 per year. W. -At HERRON A SONS. No.
80 Fourth ave. myl6-a-16, 18, 23,15,23.31
East End Resdaenem.
TO LET-416 A MONTH-NO. 904 FIFTH AVE.,
Oakland, brick house or 6 rooms. W.A.
HEREON A SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
TO LET -AT SWISSVALE DESIRABLE
residence, 12 rooms: first-class order, lata
conveniences; large grounds; easy of access to
and from the station; only (50 per month. W. A.
HEBRON A SONS. No. 80 Fourth ave.
TO LET-FOB THE SUMMER, AN ELE
GANTLY furnished East End residence: all
modern conveniences; 3 acres of ground, with
fruit and shade trees: situate on Fenn ave., near
Homewood ave., near residence of H. C. Frlck;
rent (05 per month D. C. NEGLEY. 6106 Fenn
ave.. East End. mTl4-83-TT8
TO LET-HOUSE OF 8 ROOMS. GOOD ORDER,
late Improvements, located N 0.214 Lacock St.,
Allegheny. W. A. HEBBON A SONS, 80 Fourth
beautiful location, at Crafton; rent (20 per
month. J. B. MUEPHY, Crafton. Office, oppo
site station. myl6-l
mO LET-MY HOUSE,
Laurel Station. Ft. Wavne road, all mod
ern lmnroTementa. stable and camas-e house, two
acres ground, with liver view. Inquire on prem
ises, or at 219 Lacook street, Allegheny. WM.T.
TO LET-A CHOICE BELLEF1ELD BESI
DENCE, being elegantly and comfortably
furnished throughout, having 7 rooms and all
modern conveniences: rent for 4 months to good
tcuwii. J V", ,, MKU H, Ml., ...-.
Offices, Dek Room, dec
TO LET-FINE OFFICE, 181x87 FEET. ON
second floor, front room: also other offices,
large and small: fine, large rooms, suitable for
lodges; on Smlthfleld st. Inquire T. MELLON A
BON '8 BAN K. 513 Smlthfleld street. my!4-38-TT8
TO LET-A GOOD STOBEROOM IN CENTRAL
location at low lent. Address BOX 568, P.
TO LET-A LARGE BUSINESS HOUSE ON
Liberty street, convenient to Union depot:
rear entrance; immediate possession. JAS, W,
DBAFE A CO., 129'Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
TO LET-NO. 105 SMITHFIELD ST., BE
TWEEN First and Second aves., 3-story
business house; rent low to desirable tenants, and
house will be put in good condition. W. A.
HEBRON A SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
TOLET-40FT. FBONT BY 90 FT. PEEP 3
story high building: fine location for Saloon
and billiard room, upstairs for boarders and fami
lies; large transient trade in the Immediate vi
cinity; a grand stand for the right party. For
full oartlculars write to J. A.TyiENEB. cor.
Sheriff and Huron sts.. Cleveland, O. mylS-48
EBSONAL-BOOKB WANTED-1F YOU
have ode book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth SLOOO. let us know:
we will bnT one as
auicklv as the other. LEI
...-.... ..Y. ...n....n
Seventh Ave. Hotel building,
PEBSONAL-WHY TROUBLE YOUE WIFE,
mother or daughters In renalrlng and clean
ing your old clothes, when it can be done for a
trifle by DICKSON, the Tailor, cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood St., second floor? Charges moderate;
facilities unsurpassed: suits madoto order: spring
6tyles now ready. Telephone 1558.
THERE WILL- BE A MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Pittsburg and Falrport
Terminal Company held at tbe office of tbe com-
Sany, Coal Exchange Building, corner Smith
eld and Water sts., Pittsburg, Pa,, MONDAY,
MAY 27, 1889, 2 p.m., to elect directors, voto
upon the lease of the company's property to
the Pittsburg, Falrport and Northwestern
Dock Company, and consider such othor busi
ness as may be brought up. A. J. THOMAS,
C. a WIGHT, Bee" President.
EENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTI
TUTE, Trov, N. Y.
Examinations for admission to this, the old
est School of Engineering in tbe United States,
will bo held in Pittsburg. Pa., on Junee,lS89.
Candidates will be examined in the following
subjects: Spelling.EngUsh grammar.geograpby,
arithmetic, algebra, through equations of the
2d degree Including radicals and in plane
geometry. The examinations will be wholly
written, and a fee of $5 will be require of each
candidate. Candidates will report to. Mr. W.
r.-uronan, bis Hamilton Dunning.
D. M. GREENE; Director,
' - Troy.N.Y.
Third National Bank, J
PmSBUBO, May 9, 1899. )
DIVIDEND NO. fiO-A DIVIDEND OF
FOUR PER CENT-has been declared this
day, out of the earnings of the last six months,
payable on demand, free of tax.
myll-41 W, BTEINMEYER, Cashier.
JOHN F. COX, Attorney-at-Law,
103 Grant street.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
letters of administration, eta,, hare
been granted to the undersigned on tbe estate
of James Whitaker, late of Mifflin township,
Allegheny county, deceased. All persons in
debted to said estate are requested to make
immediate payment, and those baring claims
or demands against the same will make them
known without delay. JAMES H. WHIT
AKER, Administrator, e. t a., Homestead,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
application will be made to tbe Governor
of Pennsylvania on the 12th dav of June, A. D.
1SS9, ty Henry L. Zvreldinger, Jacob J. Zwei
dinger, John J. Crowthers, Henry EL Kimlock
and George Egan, under the act of Assembly,
entitled "An act to provide for the incorpora
tion and regulation of certain corporations,"
approved April 29, 1S74, and the supplements
thereto, for tbe charter of an intended corpora
tion to he called Fidelity Coal Company, tho
character and object of which is mining coal
and manufacturing coke therefrom and the
shipping and selling said coal and coke, and for
these purposes to have, possess and enjoy all
the rights, benefits and privileges of said act of
Assembly, and supplements thereto. JAMES
F. BOBB, Solicitor. myl6-14
QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE. ALLE
GHENY Arsenal, Pittsburg, Pa., May 3,
1859-Sealed proposals, in duptlcate, subject to
usual conditions, will be received here until 10
o'clock A. M.t JUNE 7, 18S9, and then opened
for supplying this post the fnel, forage, straw
and hauling required for fiscal year ending
June 30, 1E90. The U. S. reserves the right to
reject any or all bids. Bids for delivery at
other points will be entertained. Envelopes
containing proposals should be marked "Pro
posals, for Forage and Straw," or for "Fuel,"
and addressed to A. S. M. MORGAN. Capt. &
O. a K.. A. A. C M. myl441-14,15,16.17-jn5,6
TO CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
Sealed proposals will be received by the Mt
Washington (Thirty-second ward) School
Board, until FRIDAY, May 24, 1S89. at 12 o'clock
noon, for the erection of a two-story, eight
room brick School Building. Plans, specifica
tions and all information will be furnished by
F. J. Osterling. Architect, McCllntock Build
ing, 616 Market street, Pittsburg.
Bidders will be required to furnish sufficient
bonds, and the Board reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids.
Address proposals to tho. Secretary. O. 8.
HERSHMAN, care Chronicle Telegraph,
Pittsburg, Pa, mylH8-Trs
PROPOSALS FOR STEEL CASTINGS
FOR "DUNN" ANCHOR-Apnl 27. 1SS9.
Sealed proposals, indorsed "Proposals for
Steel Castings," will be received at tho Bureau
of Provisions and Clothinsjfifavy Department
Washington, D. C.. until Jl o'clock a. jl, MAY
25, 18S9, and puhJiclyopeDed immediately there
after, for six (8) steel castings (estimated
weight, 21,420 pounds) of crown and flukes of
"Dunn" anchor, to be delivered at Navy Yard,
Boston, Mass. Drawings, blank proposals with
specifications, and all necessary information,
will be furnished by the Bureau upon applica
tion. Tie bids decided by lot The Depart
ment reserves the right to reject any proposal
not deemed advantageous to the Government.
JAMES FULTON, Paymaster General! Ua
"PROPOSALS FOR FRESH BEEF-COM-X
MISSARys Office, Allegheny Arsenal.
Pittsburg, Pa,, May H, 1889-Sealed proposals
in duplicate will be received at this office until
10 o'clock A. it., JUNE 10, 1889, for furnishing
the fresh beef required by tbe Subsistence De
partment U. S. army, at this station during thtf
fiscal year ending June ao, 1890. Preference
will be given to articles of domestic production
or manufacture, conditions of quality and
price (including in the price of foreign pro
ductions or manufactures tbe duty thereon)
being equal. The Government reserves the
right to reject any or all bids. Full informa
tion can be obtained by application to this of
fice. Envelopes containing proposals must be
marked ','Froposals for fresh beef." and ad
dressed to A. H. M. MORGAN, Capt & O. S.
..ik. 41, Seventh avenue. . . '
WJ"J,iMfl6teiV Pittsburg. Pal A ,
- " II lllll ! I I . -. 1 J
PittsbueO. May 14, 1B89.
EALED PEOrOSALS -VVILB BE' RE
CEIVED at the office of the City Control
m ' nntU 2 p. St., on MONDAY, May 20. 1889,
for furnishing; ice to the several bureaus in the
department of Public Safety for the ensuing
year. Further information can be obtained
upon application at the general office ot said
Department. Bonds in donble the amount of
bid must accompany each proposal, said bonds
to bo probated before the Mayor or City Cleric
The Department of Awards reserves the
rlEbt to reject any or all bids.
, J. O. BROWN.
Chief of the Department of Public Safety.
AN ORDINANCE GRANTING ARM
. STRONG Bro. & Co. the right to erect
and maintain weigh scales on Twenty-fourth
street, between Railroad and Allegheny river.
Section 1 Be It ordained and-enacted by
the city ot Pittsburg, In Select and Common
Councils assembled, and it is hereby ordained
and enactod by the authority of tbe same.
That the privilege be and the same is hereby
granted Armstrong Bro. dc Co. to construct and
maintain for their own private nse a weigh
scales on Twenty-fourth street, between Rail
road and Allegheny river, the work to be done
under the supervision and direction of the
Chief of the Department of Public Works,
upon plans to be approved by said Chief. .
Sections That said Armstrong Bro. & Co.
shall pay into the City Treasury annually, s.
long as said weigh scales remain upon said
street, the sum of seveuty-ilve ($75) dollars,
and should said scales be removed the said
Armstrong Bro. A Co. shall replace the street
in as good condition as it was before the con
struction of said scales at their own proper cost
and expense, and to the satisfaction of the
Chief of the Department of Public Works.
Section 8 The city hereby reserves the right
to cause the removal of said weigh scales upon
SO days notice being given to said Armstrong
Bro. A Co.
Section i That any ordinance or part of or
dinance conflioting with the provisions of this
ordinance, be aqd the same is hereby repealed
8o far as the same affects this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils
this 22d day of April, A. D. 1888.
H. P. FORD, President of Select Council.
Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD, Clerk of Select
Council. GEO. L. HOLLIDAY. President of
Common Council. Attest: GKO. BOOTH,
Olerk of Common Council.
Mayor's Office, April 28, 1889. ApproTOd: WM
McCALLIN, Mayor. Attest: W. H. Mc
CLEARY. Mayor's Clerk. '
Recorded in Ordinance Book, vol. 7, page 76,
14th day ot May. A. D. 1SS9. mylo-21
"VTOTICE TO CONTRACTOBS
1M Sealed proposals will be received at the
office of City Controller until Wednesday, the
20th day of May, A. D. 1889, at 2 r. ir.,f or tho fol
Penn avenue, from Fifth avenue to City Line.
Forbes street, from Brady to Boyd streets.
Sixth avenue, from Wylle avenue westward-
First avenue, from Smlthfleld street to Grant
Butler street, from Forty-ninth street to
Eighth street, from Penn avenue to Liberty
Ninth street, from Penn avenue to Liberty
Liberty avenue, from Smlthfleld street east
wardly. cnerry auey, irom xnira avenne to water
State alley, from Wylle avenue to Fifth ave
nue. Scott alley, from Fenn avenue to Dnqnesne
Garrison alley, from Fayette street to Lib
Barker's alley, from Duqnesne way to Lib
Chnrch alley, from Sixth avenue to Straw
Blocnm alley, from Penn avenue to Liberty
Strawberry alley, from Smlthfleld street to
GRACING, PAYING AND CURBING.
Halket street, from Fifth avenue to Wilmot
Herron avenue, from Center avenne to Thirty-third
Boquet s tree V from Semple street to Frazier
Denniston avenne, from Fifth avenue to
Atwood street, from Fifth avenne to Boqnet
Center avenue, from Soho street to Hliand
PAVING AND CUBBING.
Stanton avenue, from Hliand avenue to
Corday alley, from Pearl to Cedar streets.
The paving of the above named streets to be
either with Block Stone, Standard Sheet
Asphalt, Vulcanite Asphalt, Irregular Block
Stone or Cobble Stone, aud bids will be re
ceived lor .each kind of pavement.
Center aveaoe, from Summit, near Allquip
pa, to Reed Street, 18. 20-inch pipe, 3 feet and 8
feet 6 inch: brick and stone.
Denniston avenue, from Fifth avenue to
Shakespeare.street; 20 and 21-inch pipe.
Stanton avenue, Viola alley andprlvate prop
erty of Henry Janson and Mellon Bros., from
the west side ot Hliand avenue to Negley run;
18, 20 and 24-inch pipe.
Mignonette street, from Negley avenue to
Beatty street 15 and 18 inch pipe.
renn avenue ana uraaaocs avenue, irom
Lindon avenne to Susquehanna Street: 15, 18,
Harvard street, from Negley avenue to
Euclid avenue; 15-inch pipe.
Plans and speciflcations can be seen and
blanks for bidding can be obtained at this
Proposals must 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 the Department of Public Works.
On the construction ot a pnblic sewer on
-Negley avenue and Roup street from Hampton
street to Two-Mile Run sewer, near the Penn
To the Select and Common Councils of the city
The undersigned Viewers of Street Improve
ments in the city of Pittsburg, appointed by
the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny
county and authorized by an ordinance passed
on the 2d day ot July, A. D. 1888, a copy" of
which is hereto attached, to make an assess
ment of. the cost and expense oi constructing a
? nolle seweron NegleyavenueandRoupstroet,
rom Hampton street to Two-Mjle Run, near
the Pennsylvania Railroad, in said city, npon
tbe property benefited thereby under tbe pro
visions of and in accordance with an act of
Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsyl
vania, entitled, "An act authorizing and di
recting Councils of cities of the second class to
provide for tbe improvement of streets, lanes,
aueys ana pu one nignways, sewers ana side
walks, requiring plans ot streets, providing for
the appointment of a Board of Viewers of
Street Improvements, prescribing their duties,
granting appeals to Councils and Court, pro
viding lor the assessment and collection of
damages and benefits, authorizing the use of
private property and providing for filing Hens
and regulating proceedings theieon, and pro
hibiting the use of public streets, without au
thority of Councils," approved the 14th day of
June, A. D. 1SS7; respectfully report,
That having been first duly sworn and quali
fied according to law, tbey proceeded in the
manner and according to tbe directions of said
act to discharge the duties of their appoint
ment; that, having viewed tbe premises, they
made an assessment of said cost and expenses
upon tne property Denentea, ana 'caused a plot
aud statement to be made, as required by said
act: and, having given to the owner of each lot
10 days' notice of the time and place of meet
ing, tbey met on the 9th day of May, A. D. 1889,
at the office of the Board of Viewers, in the
city of Pittsburg, heard all complaints and evi
dence offered, and, having made all 'modlca
tions and corrections which tbey deem proper,
assessed the cost and expense of constructing
said eewer upon the following property, npon
each for the amount set opposite tho name of
the owner thereof, viz.1
Chief of Department of Public works,
statement of cost
4,266 lineal feet 9-Inch pipe sewer,
95c S 4,052 70
2,276 lineal feet 15-inch pipe sewer,
vl 74.... . 3,960 24
76 lineal feet 18-inch pipe sewer, 2 la. 159 60
67 lineal feet 20-inch pipe sewer, J2 6U. 167 60
5,000 lineal feet 24-Inch pipe sewer,
$3 49 :. .17,450 00
465 lineal feet 30-inch B. & 8.. Si 89. . . . 2.273 85
41 drops, 65 2,665 00
25 manholes, J30 780 00
Extra work on Hampton avenue as per
voucher 229 SO
Extra work on Roup street as per
voucher..., 808 64
84.796 ponnds castings (Fisher F. fc M.
Co.).?! 68 ,.. 1,424 67
ouuennienaing engineering, adver
Printing ordinances and notices
Printing viewers' report
waning pian ana serving notices
Viewers'time. , 126 00
Negley avenue and Roup street east side,
from Hampton street to Two-Mile Rnn sewer
Mary A.Lanahan (209). 299 feet....... $397 27
J. M. Guffy (82). 175.89 feet ,. 155 87
A. P. Burchfleld (96), I6S.75'feet!".!
.awes n. iueuon 1431, xw ioet....
K.T. Friend. 50 feet
R.B. Petty. 60 feet
James R. Siellon, 50 leet ..
Mary E. Stewart 60 feet
nancy Duncan, 60 reet........
James R. Mellon, 100 feet.....
W. A. Cast 60 feet ,
James R. Mellon, 0 feet....-.,
R. B. Townsanri. HOfMI- t
James IL' Mellon, 60 f eeti.Vr.r.tT.
Bamuei u&fcsy, so twt.m.r
Levi Harris (60), ISM feet - KM
Mary Bealand (43). 85 f eet. 8 J3
W. B. Negley, trustee (140), 202 feet.
H. P. Slaterbeck (41). 115 feet
Samuel Galey (42), 145 feet
J. B. Matthews (39) lzOfeet.i.T.
William Graham (38), 67 feet
uwuu.v.w -x, AUl iCQI,.,,. S;, no
Bertsa airauu. va ieet "
8. W. Galey. 06 feet.... 182 47
W. W. Stevenson, 168 leet 3'5 j
James K.Mellon, 201.8 feet 883 58
Thomas Mellon..l01.8 feet. 193 50
H. B. Nease, 100 feet 190 03
W. B, Heckert (42). 70 feet f
Scott & Runette, 174 feet. 330 74
George V.MiUiken, 50 feet ,8? M
Mrs. Catherine Neeley. 340 feet 618 27;
H. a A. Stewart, o21.&Sfeet L182 07
H. S. A. Stewart (83), 97.38 feet 167 77
W. J. Gilmore132), 147 feet..: 250 91
Mrs. Ann Sutton (46). 61 feet 87 44
J. L. Moore (24). 25.5 feet 2
C. L. Booth (120),12L5 feet 228 09
Mrs. Jennie Addy, 28 feet 53 22
Mrs. S. J. 8argeant(10),1301eet , 1 00
J. H. McKelvy (148). 330 feet 281 32
William Frew. 190feet 301 lo
John Logan. 194 feef.....v 868 75
NeplfivnVflnnA anH Pinn Wftt side
Kitty Roup, est, (75) 15121 feet 1 67
Kitty Roup," est (71) 169.88 fe.t i?4 98
Kitty Roup, est, 903168 feet 1.W67
Kitty Roup, est, 459.24 feet 872 92
PanllTnmiq anSfeot 685 45
PaulHuims.20Ofeot .'. SSO 18-
James Caldwell. 328 feet ?23 46
Mary Miller, 101.24 feet J?2 44
Mrs. S. J. Sergeant; 325.72feet 610 13
H.H. Negley. 10194 feet 9?47
Eliza Evans, 100 feet 190 08
Thos. A. Mellon, 204.94 feet 389 55
Thos. Mellon. 316 feet 600 65
Hartman fe Schwan, 108.43 feet 206 11
Hartmand:Scbwan,llL43feet 211 81
Charles Lockhart, 195 feet 370 66
H. S. A. Stewart, 337.61 feet 611 54
H. S. A. Btewart, 286.69 feet 544 94
H. S. A. Stewart, 284.39 feet .-... 540 67
Mrs. S. J. Sergeant 616.69 feet 1,229 21
John H. McKelVey, 328 feet 623 46
John H. McKelvey. 302 feet 574 04
Mrs. Cath. Negley, 133 feet 252 81
Center avenue, north side, from
Rout) to College
J. M. GnSy (183), 437.54 feet
Jas. R. Mellon (123). 100 feet
W. H. Stevenson (62), 50 feet.
Jas. B. Stevenson (62), 50 feet
W. CLyne (123), 100 feet
Jas. R. Mellon (185), 150 feet
George W.'Fishering (62), 50 feet..
jonn r. aicurea itui, w leet..
Aneas Wells (123). 100 feet.
Mary E. Stewart (62), 60 feet
J.R. Mellon (62), 50 feet
Jos. B. Adams (62), 50 feet
James R. Mellon (185), 150 feet
Baum street, south side from Vista
to crown east ot Amber street
Kitty Roup estate (787). 716.39 feet.... 196 75
A. P. BuTChfleld(28), 42.20 feet 7 00
James R, Mellon (742), 775 feet 185 50.
Amber street, east side from Baum
James R. Mellon (471), 52120 feet 117 75
Jatues R. Mellon (80), 25.34 feet
John C. Schaefer (42), 40 feet
Mary E. Marshall (42). 40 feet
James R. Mellon (84), 80 feet
John P. Schaefer (42). 40 feet
Peter Weber (42), 40 feet
Frank Blythe (42), 40 feet
Mary J. Stockdale (42), 40 feet
James R. Mellon (42), 40 feet
A. C. Hurst (84), 80 feet
B. G. Follansbee (42), 40 feet
G. C. Hartman (42), 40 feet
A. C. Hurst (42), 40 feet
Onyx street, east side, from Baum
Kitty Roup estate, 954.90 feet
Kitty Roup estate, 428.36 feet
Kitty Roup estate (1,153), 919.92 feet..
Kitty Roup estate (660), 42133 feet....
Villa street, east side, from Baum
street to coral-
Kitty Roup estate (493), 411.75 feet.,
.tuny iioup estate I
Kitty Roup estate (
Kitty Roup estate (843), 527.51 feet....
Kitty Roup estate (1.281). 80L08 feet.,
Kitty Roup estate (696), 347.60 feet....
Rebecca street, east side, from Har
riet to Coral
Kitty Roup estate (1,281), 801.56 feet..
Kitty Roup estate (6441, 404.50 feet. . . .
Rebecca street,east slde.from Coral to
crown north of Penn avenue.
Stella H. Kennedy (171), 165 feet
A. Hosteller heirs (2(3), 24 feet
Sarah Connelly (4o), 41 feet.,
G. Wevman (26). 24 feet,
Charles Allhouse(22). 20 feet
W. J. Smith (57), 62.75 feet
D. Clelland (22). 20 leet ,
Jos. A. Hoveller (71), 34.83 feet..,,....
Henry ToebergtSS), 110 feet
A. Hoeveller heirs. 213 feet 60 75
Rudolph Ebert (92), 96 feet 23 00
Michael Conlin (112), 107 feet.; 28 00
Richard Dale (L683), 1.122.37 feet 420 75
Richard Dale (688), 408 feet 172 00
West side,f rom Friendship avenue
Wm. Duckham(234)', 204.93 feet 68 50
Peter Winters (378). 30X79 feet 94 00
Little Sisters of tbe Poor (578), 450.66
feet i 144 60
Sarah C. Miller (427), S05.S3 feet 106 75
Moses Phillips' heirs (17J), 103 feet... 43 25
Moses Phillips' heirs (173), 103 feet... 43 25
Moses Phillips' heirs (372), 248 feet... 93 00
Moses Phillips heirs (173). 103 feet... 43 25
Mary Ann Menald.or Mrs. U. A. Warm
castle (185).. 113 feet 48 75
J.W.Hav (437), 257.82 feet 109 25
Atlantic, east side, from Breeds hill
to Kincaid and Coral
Susanna Murdoch, 100 feet 25 00
Susanna Murdoch, lOOfeet..., 2a 00
Susanna Murdoch, 218 feet...: 62 00
Hiland snb-dlstrict school, 159.42 feet SJT75
Susanna A. Murdoch (150), 182.03 feet 37 60
Mary Buckley (341),279.97 feet.: 85 25
Daniel Wallace estate (57). 103.88 feet 14 25
Mi3saW.Brown(290),26135feet.... 72 50
Peter Winters (431), 253 feet 107 75
Penn avenue, north side, from Neg
ley avenue to crown west of Atlan
James Caldwell (192), 220 feet 43 00
A. 3. Davis (438). 273 feet 109 00
A. J. Davis (158), 70feet 39 50
Matthew Graff (192). 145.45 feet. .. . I . . 43 90
Jane A. Graff (171). 101 feet. 42 75
A nniiM. Graff (171). 101 feet 42 75
James Caldwell (169), 271.91 feet 115 00
Daniel Wallace (xu). iou ieer.
P. B. McWilliams (100). 80 teet
R.Panl and G. R. Dubarty (116:, 80
Paul Hugus (543), 495 feet...,
W. W. Young i66). 393 feet.,
RoDert Fleming (367), 28.48 feet.
Harah Connollv (438). 258.25 feet. 100 50
John K. Mnsgrave (123), 143 feet 30 75
Frank Ortman, 42 feet 10 50
Fairmount, east side, from Broad to
J. and A. Thompson (2S4), 204.48 feet. , 71 00
ai. Weiss (351), 25U3feer j.. 87 75
Thomas Mellon (319), 188L25feet 79 75
Cath. J. Baum (Broad street), (62) 55.33
feet 15 50
Samuel Galey (315), 204.43 feet 78 75
Matt Weiss (409), 266.97 feet 102 25
John Graff (467), 275 feet 118 75
Black street north Side, from Negley
H. S. A. Stewart (703), 574.57 feet 175 75
Cbas. Lockhart (L4&), 1,227 feet...... 366 25
Hays street, north side-'
H. S. A. Stewart (897), 780.05 feet 224.25
H. 8. A. Stewart (816). 753.23 feet 204 00
Stanton avenue, north side
Mrs. S. J. Sargent 7B3), 933 feet . 198 25
H. S. A. Stewart (841), 1,119 feot...... 160 25
McCullr, north side
John H. McKelvy (739), 1,124 feet 184 75
John H. aicKelvy (646). l,007feet 161 50
Cath. Negley (624), L113feet 13100
Mellon street, east side, from' Mar
R.B. Mellon, 210 feet,
airs. Cath. Negley (474). 339 feet..
W. B. Negley (trustee) (140); 100 feet.
W. B. Neclev (trustee). 312.62 feet.
W.B.Necrlev (trustee) (225).165B8 f eet
Mrs. Catb. Negley (420), 628 feet 10500
R.B. Mellon (lift). 105 feet 27 50
James Pollock (52). 60 feet , 13 00
James Rathorne (58). 65 feet 'II 50
airs. Cath. Negley. 339 feet..... 81 75
W. B. Negley (trustee), 100 feet....... '25 00
W.B. Negley (trustee),(35S)312.62feet vg9 50
W. B. Negley (trustee).(198) 165.58feet 49 60
airs, a J. Sargeant (205). 15a feet 51 25
R. aicAdams (43). 41.76 feet 10 75
C. Behrenberg (25), 21 feet.. 6 25
W. Weflng(50),-48feet , 12 50
James Johnson (50). 48 feet 12 60
Thomas Maxwell (25), 24 feet 6 25
. - 1T..h1 flK OAfaat- A US
james nwwi - , r ,,... v j
F.J. Stewart (25). 24feet 6 25
M. uitteuuoiu (jj, lock
George'Brehm (25). 24 feet ."
E. E. 4 H. L. Trust Co. (25), 24 feet...
J.Penrose (25), 24 feet
William Frew (266). 190 feet
John Logan (271), 194 feet
Portland, east side, from Jackson
John Klein (153), 146.3$ f eet
Annie McTiernan (25), 24 feet.
Thomas Little (25), 24 feet
W. J. Gilmore (25). 2Af eet
L. Mcintosh (25), 21 feet
Pittsburg .Bank for' Savings (26), 24
Mrs. J. M. Coffin (75), 72 feet
S. H. Taggert (42). 40.25 feet
West side i .
Mrs. Jennie Addy. 12B.5 feet. .....
J. C. Newmyer: 28.17 feet..;-. .....I.C,
- 7 00
It B. ievty, 4 XeOtj .1,4 .."....,. j,
w, A JKNW VJIVf.ii,tHtt(iiiitiiil
John Herron, 24 feet.
xx. meiz, -a leet
W. J. Gilmore, 24 feet.
B, E. Stewart 48 feet
B. Brehm, 24 f eet -
G. Brehm, 24 feet .
D. A. Attics;, 62.63 feet
at Clair, east side, from Black to .
Mrs. Catb. Negley (534), 339 feet 133 60
W. L. Mellon (130), 100?eet 32 50
W. B.NegIey (trustee) (828). 312.62 feet
YT.u.j.ii;Kiejr itrusteej ulj,aiavo.vk
yv est siae
W. B. Nesley, trustee, 312.62 reet 93 00
Euclid street, east side, from Hays
street td Stanton avenue
Mrs. Catb. Negley (598). 339 feet 149 60
Charles Noll (55), 60 feet: 13 75
M.Huber(55),50feet 13 75
Mrs. a J. Sargeant (151), 138.45 feet. .. S3 75
Jas. Ellsessor (S3),92.62 feet 20 75
J. Goelznlenchber (23), 24.5 feet 5 75
A. E. Ellsessor (23), 215 feet ,.... 5 75
Mrs. S. J. Sargeant, 171.5 feet 42 7a
Jos. Anderson (181), 165.58 feet 45 25
Beatty street; west side, from Hays
Jessie Sharp. 27.25 feet 6 75'
Mrs. J. C. Brown (54). 60 feet 13 60
Mary E. Wilie (27). 25 feet 6 75
Mrs. S. J. Sargeant (214), 222.9 eet.... 61 00
Hays street, north side, from Beatty
to St Clair
J. AInslev. 24.71 feet 8 00
1aB.LInhart 48.66 feet 12 CO
C. Thomas, 36.49 feet 9 00
X. R. Mellon, 38.49 feet 9 CO
W.H.Glynn. 60 feet :,... 12 50
W.E. Barrett, 25 feet 6 25
C. J. King, 50 feet 12 50
Jno. Craig. 36 feet 9 0?
R. Grounds, 35 feet 8 7o
Hliand avenue, west side, from
Hamilton to Callowhlll
Mrs. Cath. Negley. 400 feet 100 00
S. Crawford. (27). 28 feet 6 75
J. L. McShane (107). 112 feet 28 75
S. R. Baldwin (27), 28 feet......
j. n.oimpson (34), oo leet
Bryant street north side, from HI;
land to Mellon
a R. Baldwin (27), 25 feet
P. D. Perchment (27), 25 feet
M. E. Ralston (54). 60 feet
J. B. Hvndman (54), 60 feet
Wm. Weisbrod (54), 60 feet
Walter Butler (31). 195 feet
Charles H. Davis (27). SOfeet
J, P. Cameron (81), 7o feet
John Hughes (54), 50 feet
A. C. Pentz (54). 50 feet
Mrs. M. A. Taylor (20), 50 feet
M. Scanlon (54). 60 feet
Wm. Johnston (54), 60 feet
Thomas Ramsdcn (54), 50 feet
Cath. Negley (38). 34 fert
Ann McConville (27), 25 feet
S. S. Liggett (27). 25 feet
M. Stevenson (27), 25 feet
Maria L. Rose (27). 25 feet
George Fugh (81). 75 feet
Hugh Morrison (27), 25 feet
RoseMqGeagh (54). 60 feet
J. Stevenson estate (27), 25 feet
M. E. Ralston (27). 2o feet
HenryHarper (60). 75 feet
jonn mrper (W). ou ieei
Casper Simon (27), 25 feet
Mary J. Reed (81). 75 feet.
Rose-McGeaghf27), 60 feet
W. A. GHdenf ennv (54). 75 feet.,
J. K. Becker (81). 75 feet
Alex M. King (81). If feet.,
Stewart street north side
F. J, aiagee, 82ofeet
F. M. aiagee (291), 265 feet...
Samuel W. Hart (652), 325 feet.; -163 00
Grace W.Warmcastle (340),269.34feet
uralton, west Side
Alex King (578), 340 feet.,
Alex King (476), 280 feet....
Real Estate S. Bank (768), 480 feet....
John W. Tim (591). 525.51 feet
Hliand avenue, east side, from
Grafton to crown
Thomis O'Neil (3081. 180 feet
J. H. Lanfman (476). 380 feet 119 00
j. u. weiam uwj, iw ieet ' w
EDWARD JAY ALLEN, )
DANIEL WENKE. J Viewers.
PrrTSBTJBQ. aiav 9. 1889. myl88
Headqtjakters op the Cotjktt. )
Republican Executive Committee, v
Pittsbubo, May U, 1889. )
In accordance with the rules of the County
Republican Executive Committee Assembly
District Conventions will be held on
. TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1SS9,
at the places and time below designated.
Three separate Conventions will be held for
each Assembly .District to which delegates
from each election district of the county will
be elected, on
SATURDAY. MAY 18. 18S9.
between the hours of 4 and 7 o'clock F. M.,
One delegate to Convention No. 1 to elect
members of the County Committee.
One delegate to Convention Ho. 2, to elect
delegates to the Countv Convention, which shall
nominate one candidate for Judge of the Com
mon Pleas Court No. L
One candidate for Coroner.
One candidate for District Attorney.
The delegates from tbe Sixth, Seventh and
Eighth Assembly Districts to nominate one can
didate for Director of the Poor.
One delegate to Convention No. 3, to elect
delegates to the State Convention.
FIEST ASSEMBLY DISTRICT.
Convention No. 1, Headquarters Allegheny
Central Republican Club, corner of South
Diamond and Federal streets, at 10 a, at
Convention No. 2. Headquarters of Allegheny
Central Repnblican Club at 2 P. u.
Convention No. 3, Headquarters of Allegheny
Central Republican Club, at 3 P. 31.
SECOND ASSEMBLY DISTRICT.
Convention No. 1, Common Council chamber,
Allegheny. 10 a. if.
Convention No. 2, Common Council chamber,
Convention No. 3, Common Council chamber
Allegheny, 3 P. M.
THIRD ASSEMBLY DISTRICT.
Convention: No. 1, Rooms of tbe YoungMen's
Republican Tariff Club, 61 Sixth avenue, at 10
Convention No. 2, at the same place at 11
Convention No. 3, at the same place at 12 x.
FOURTH ASSEMBLY DISTRICT.
Convention No. 1, Roomsof the YoungMen's
Republican Tariff Club, 61 Sixth avenue, at 2
Convention No. 2, at the same place at 220
Convention No. 3, at the same place at 3
riTTH ASSEMBLY DISTBICT.
Convention No. L Select Council chamber,
Pittsburg, at 730 P. It.
Convention No. 2, Common Council chamber,
Pittsburg, at 7:30 P. it.
Convention No. 3, Common Council chamber,
Pittsburg, it 830 P.M.
SIXTH ASSEMBLY DISTBICT.
Convention No. 1 at Salisbury Hall, South
side, at 10 A. M.
Convention No. 2 at the same place at 11
Convention No. 3 arthe same place at 12 m.
SEVENTH ASSEMBLY DISTBICT.
Convention No. 1 in the vacant courtroom,
corner of Grant and Diamond streets, jCounty
Court House, at 10 A. M.
Convention No. 2 In the same place at U
Convention No. 3 in tbe same place at 12 M.
EIGHTH A8SEMBLY DISTBICT.
Convention No. 1 in the Sheriff Sales Room,
Connty Court House. 10 A. at.
Convention No. 2 in tho same place at II
Convention No. 3 in tho same place at 12 M.
The'temporary chairman of each convention
will be designated later.
Proper notice will be given of the time and
place of holding the County Convention, ac
cording to tbe rules, as soon as Tuesday's con
ventions are held.
GEORGE M. voir BONNHORST,
ROBERT BERRY, Chairman.
We make a specialty of cleaning and A
lace curtains; aiso ury cleaning LiamasK
isn poruers ana au jtinas oi laoncs. .
"Sixth Avenue Dve Works;
M. MAY SON'S & Co.
ap2-TTS 56 SIXTH AVE,
. OF LEXINGTON, KY-,
Has a lot ot nicely broken
SADDLE AND HARNESS HORSES
For salo at the Allegheny
EXPOSITION DRIVING PARK,
And will take much pleasure in showing tho
same to ladies and gentlemen. I will remain
only a few days longer. ,, mylo-41
CONSUME YOUR OWN GARBAGE TN
stoves and ranges while Ming the same for
cooking, or any other purpose, by using the
Kureta Garbage Burner. For illustrative cir
cular, containing full Information, call on or
address'., - ,-
ADJOURNED SALE VsS
BY JAS. W. DRAPE CO, jfjfrt
FREE RIDE TO
AUCTION SALE vi
Clifton ave.. Highland ave. .and Center st, ,
Close to terminus of Pleasant Valley car line,
and on the route of the projected electrio cars,
adjoining Clifton incline plane, only 4 cents
fare to Pittsburg postofflce and lntermediato '
These lots all lay nice on good streets and
present some of the finest building sites in
either city, being- thoroughly in the country,
with pure air and no smoke and overlooking:
tbe city; natural and artificial eas all around;
city water, shade and forest trees, etc... etc.
The sale will take place on TUESDAY
AFTERNOON, MAV 21, at 2 o'clock, on tho
Free tickets on Pleasant Valleycars to the
Sroperty can be obtained from JOHN H. MO
KEERY. 95 Fifth ave.. or from
JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.. Auctioneers.
myl&3-MTT8 129 Fourth ave Pittsburgh
AUCTION SALE-FRIDAY MORNING,
May 17, at 10 o'clock. No. 311 Market it
Fine silk tapestry parlor suite, plush
trimmed, cost J 100; elegant satin brocatella.
suit, all spring edges and hair filled, cost 2259;.
mirror-door wardrobe, cost J5; floor cabinet in
mahogany and wall cabinet in cherry, very
large French plate glass with cabinet base, fine
chamber suits in walnut, oak and cherry, ball
racks, bookcases, hair and husk mattresses,
lace curtains, lambrequins, moquets, velvet
and body brussels, tapestry and Ingrain car
pets, linoleum, toiletware, dishes, fancy goods,
notions, glassware, drygoods. lamps, clocks,
pictures, sewing machines, stoves, refrigerw
tors, lot fine wall paper, cedar chests, etd, etc.
Goods now on exhibition.
HENRY AUCTION CO.. LDL,
BY JAS. W. DRAPE & CO,
- PUBLIO SALE
SLOT LARGE BUILD1M LOTS ':
On Boggs,Washington and Chess aves.. Thirty- -second
ward, Pittsburg, only ten minutes'
walk from Mt. Washington incline plane. As
it is desired to close up tbe interests between
tbe different heirs, the entire blocks will be ex
posed to public sale on SATURDAY, May 13,
at 2 o'clock F. if., on the premises. The lots
are all large, fronting on fine wide avenues and
streets, and are in a good and fast improving;
neighborhood. City water, natural and artifi
cial gas; good drainage; pure, bracing air, etc.
Lots will be sold singly or in blocks, on very;
liberal terms of payment 510 down on eaptt lot'
at sale title perfect Plans, etc from '
James w. drape & co..
Agents and Auctioneers,
myl6-25 129 Fourth ave Pittsburg;
BY HENRY AUCTION CO.
AT AUCTION FINE HOUSEHOLD
goods and carpets at the residence. Now,
22 BRIGHTON PLACE, Allegheny City,
plush parlor suit center table, curtains, shades,,
rngs, book case, clocks, ornaments bedsteads,,
bureaus, wasbstands, wardrobes. H. C lounge,
pictures, toilet ware, rockers, bedding, springs,,
hall rack, fine oak extension table, dining,,
chairs, sideboard, dinner set laundry furnish
ments, refrigerator, sewing machine, kitchen
foods, Brussels and ingrain carpets on rooms,
alls and stairs, etc, etc. House open after 8
o'clock morning of the sale.
HENRY AUCTION CO.. LDL,
INAUGURATION OF THE
NEW EXPOSITION BUTLDINO.
EVeAnGSJ OTJUT 2.
TICKETS FOR SINGLE CONCEBTB --
NOW ON SALE, at
Grand Opera House Extra-
ELD. WILT Lessee and Manager, '
WEEK OF MAY 20. - -,
Doclstafler's -Magnificent liistTeIs..
Direct from their own beautiful theater, New)
York City. .
SEATS NOW ON SALE. myl&o3
TTARRY WILLIAMS Ji
ARRY WILLIAMS ACADEMY
To-night, matinees Tuesday, Thursday and
C. C. MAGEE,
Irish Luck Comedy Company. my!2-8t
J. C. STEWART'S
FAT MEN'S CLUB.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
To-night, Rice's most elaborate produc
tion of beautiful
63 Artists in tbe Cast
Next week, Dockstader's Minstrels. myl8-19
PICNIC GROVE FREE!
Only six miles from the city, situated on tho,
bluff overlooking Davis Island dam. Easily,
reached by rail or boat. Large grove of forest'
trees, cool, clear springs of water, flue dancing;.'
The nse of the grove will be given free to
Sunday schools, societies, lodges, G.A.R. posts,
private fetes, etc., tbe only charge being faro
on the steam elevator to and from the grounds.,
For dates and further particulars apply tor
J. H. DAWSON. Lacock street, near Fed-,
eral street, Allegheny, or to A.CLANEYoa
tbe grounds. xcyll-15-r
MONONGAHELA AND OHIO RIVERS''
Transportation & Excursion Co.f
Can b'e chartered for excursions, picnics and'
avening parties. Office, No. 118- WATER ST. -mvll-4TT8
L. N. CLARK. Captain.
OAKLAND SQUARE, '
30,500 each, moderate cash payment, balance,
$500 per annum, elegant new two-story and
mansard brick dwellings. 8 rooms, hall, bath,
laundry, slate mantels, art fire places, tile,
hearths, sliding doors, wired for electric light,
fine chandeliers, both gases, plate glass win
dows, etc.; Oakland Square, five minutes from
Fifth aveiine cable line and directly on line of
new cable loop which is to be constructed this
summer; a beautiful park (on which are sev
eral hundred, beautiful shade trees), tbe whole
surrounded by streets and sidewalks, sewered
and paved with asphaItum;on each side of and
facing tho park are . the abovo described dwell
ings; most desirable houses yet offered; en
hancement of values sure. myll-39
Our Police and Firemen.
Henry Mann, Chas.T. Dawson, W. H.Gutelim,
E. a Sawyers, Androw McSwigan, Jas.
S. Henry, C. A. Evaas. H. B. Mon
treville and R. BJ Powell.
A history of the Pittsburg Police Force under
the town and city, by Henry Mann. D- .
lustrated with portaits and etchings.
A history of the Pittsburg- Fire Depailiuealvi
xrom me vniageperioa umu buo yicacui.
time. contriDUtea to uy mo . jrjrfS!
above named gentlemen. i'M'J
Edited by Charles T. Dawson. Illustrated
with portraits and etchings. . r
Published for the benefit of the Police and? yf
Two separata histories in one volume, octavo,'" -, -
about TOO pages, doudu in wom, learner or'iun
mnrnccn. Over 100 Pages of illustrations. lnJ.
eluding portraits, scenes of the pre3ent,"olaV
time scenes, ew. r'si
3UI.U by aussunir nun unlt.- f"&i
Orders may be banded to afiy member ,of .theS."
Police and Fire Departments. mjl54th&
8. HAMILTON, ...
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