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bft5t3 .K5 ' ? . w 11 the prrrsBuna dispatch, Sunday,, may. 24,, i89i' tkfWT. J8- Display advertisement one dollar per square for one insertion, Classified cdvertise mejitson this page, such as Wanted, For Sale, To Lei, rfo, teiCccntsper line for each insertion, and none ta!.enfor less than thirty cents. Top line being displayed eovenis as two. THE-PITTSBURG DISPATCH BUSINESS OFFICE, Cor. SmlthOcld and Diamond Streets, AIAVATS OPEN, v BKAXCn OFFICES AS FOLLOTTS. 'WHEItE tt-AXT. FOR SALE. TO LET. AXD OTHER TRANSIENT ADVERTISEMENTS WILIi BE' KECEIVED UT TO 9 P. 31. FOR INSERTION. Advertisements should be prepaid unless adver tisers already bave accounts with THE Dispatch. .FOR THE S0UTHS1DE. NO. 1U2 CARSON BTREET. TTXEPUONEN0.602. FOR THE EAST END. J. "W. "WALLACE, 6a PENNAVE. PITTSBURGH-ADDITIONAL. THOMAS McCAFFRET. 3309 Butler street. EMU. G. STUCKE1'. "h street and Peon ;nue. ALLEGHENY. A. 3. KAERCHER. S3 Federal street. H. J. McBRIDE. .Market House. Allegheny, P. H. EGGERS SON. Ohio and Chestnut streets. THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Invin avenues. tr. W". HUGHES, Pennsyh anla and Beaver avs. PFRRYM. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny avs. 1VAXTED. -Malo Help. AGO0DSTEXOGR YPHER-5IUST BE OTJICK and accurate In llgures: position open June 1; relerence required; permanent position to the rljrht partv: silarv ?.i0. w 1th chance of advtnccmci t. Applv it onre. Iwtween 7 and 9 P. M at PRIVATE SHORTHAND laSSTlTUTE, 257 Fifth av. my.,1-73 A GOOD WAGON AND CARRIAGE BLACK Ji. SMITH One who can hoe hor-es preferred; pood wageandastcadv loh for the right man. Applv to GEORGE P. DEVEE,CoraopoU, Pi., P. c j.. .E. R. R. mj13-2S ALIVE MAN TO ACT AS GENERAL STATE agent to tell at wholesale to retail merchants; tuubt bo able to secure other salesmen; liberal con tinuous ccmmlsxlous on future orders; no salarv; etlusi e territorv: big money. Address ACTIVE 8525 Market St., Philadelphia, Pa. myH-SO ED "WRITERS-SMARTS BUSINESS AND SHORTHAID COLLEGE, 12 Federal St., Alleghonv. Open through summer dav and even ing; pnj ate lessons, uoui- b-sexes. myil-SS-TTSSu BOOKKFEPER-ALSO STENOG RAPHER AND tjpewriter; must be first cla: ?1 flUO per an num and &V5 per month COMMERCIAL AC COUNTING AGE-VCY, 510 Smithficld. mj-3-OS BRICKLAYER AND FURNACE BUILDER An experienced uan to take vharpc of mill. Adrtroswfth references ROLLING MILL, Dis patch ofUce. my23-13 COMPOSITOR-A GOOD AND RAPID JOB compositor. Apply to JAMES McMILLIN, 111 Third av. inj-24-132 nULTTVATED GENTI.EMAN-WELL CON- J N ECTED. who may desire in a quiet way to better his circumstances or fill np Idle time by honorable employment, may address In confidence L. 24, Dispatch icn omce. my24-115 TRIVER-AN EXPERIENCED LAUNDRY L unier: one capable or adding trade to in al ready established route. Address BOX 354, Pitts- ourg. mj.l-so TRI VER AN D MAN TO WORK ABOUT COUN-J-J TRY plice:lnEle; references required. Ap ply to ROOM NO. 1. Bakewell law building. iuy21-14 J ENGINEERS CAN OBTAIN SITUATIONS IF i have passed examination: Zwlcker's Revised ractlcal Instructor will positively enable you to pass one; get onlv the genuine; w orth ten times Its cost; bv mail SI; agents wanted. WALTER G. KRAFT, Publisher, 112 Van Buren st,, Chicago. my24-7S GASFITTERS FIRST-CLASS MEN. WHO thoroughly understand electro-combination fixtures; to such men we offer good wages and plenty of work: no loafers needapply. G. (X VAN K1RKACO., 531 Wood bt. Jny24-2 GOOD SALESMEN-TO SELL NURSERY stock. Salan f40 per month and expenses pjiu. -vuujrs xs. xi. lAiii, jurniaan, vi Geneva, N. Y. my24-Ill-Tuu MACHINISTS FIRST-CLASS MACHINISTS: bnlv men accustomed to forge work need appiv. Pittsburg forge and iron co., Ninth ward, Allegheny. my24-116 HACHINISTS-TO NOTICE THAT TnFRE IS a strike pending a: the CONTINENTAL TUBE ORIvS, Second av Pittsburg. nT24-103 MAN WITH PUSH WANTFD IN PITTSBURG and each city or tovnof Pa. and surrounding ciain in it-iuuie 111c lahu-Lsiung.iriicieonrccora: MAN-V PUSHING. EXPERIENCED BUSI N Ess man. with good references, to travel short distances; engagement permanent If success ful .i wwy 10 wem mm, tauaucr s.m . S. KlNG, No.5bceuth.i. my:4-ji4 ONE OR TWO COMPI.TENT PRESS .BRICK selectors: steady work; none but sober men need ppli . SAU KEY BROS., 101 Can-on st. n.y3)-3-WTSUr ORGANIZERS BY THE FRIENDLY AID aodoN ; pavs its intmbers 5100 every tlx months; has paid 5300, 000 In benefits; reserve and benelit fund held in trust bv the State of Massa chusetts: terms liberal. Address FRIENDLY AID SOCIETY, "U altham, Mass. inyl-13 "PATTERNMAKERS TWO FIRST-CLASS JL men. Inquire or address at once, VULCAN IRON CO.. LIM., New Castle, Pa. my21-15 SALEMF.N-ON S-VLARY OR COMMISSION to handle the new patent chemical Ink erasing pencil: the greatest scllins; novelty ever produced; ciasesink thoroughly iu two seconds: no abrasion of paper: 200 to 5no per cent profit: one agent's sales amounted to 020 In sir days; another $32 In two hours; we want one energetic general agent for etch State and Territory. For terms nnd full part'eu lars. address THE MONROE ERASER MFG. CO., La Crosse, Is. myS-75 JECONP-CLASS BREAD BAKER, M. A. ' iirivu ravll-li: SOLICITORS - FOR CHEAPEST AND BEST life insurance policy. J1URRY & EDSALL. 34 Fidelity Balldlng. ap-1-76 -tT-'ANTCD-JEAN AND WOOLEN PANT 1 maEers. Appiyd. IUOLTA -31 Fifth ave cltv. my21-114 T"E START MEN AND WOMEN DOING ? light m ork at home, div or evening: 25c per hour earned easlerlnan f 10 per week at other work; send 10c for tn o samples and eight epeclmens to begin on. ox---- DurruL xxuusj-, 2tocneier, mr20-7 , - . -T7"OODWORKER TO WORK ON GEARSt onlv a first-class man need apply. L. GLEs EN KAMP A SON, 320 Penn a v. Wy2.-141 "VOUNG HAN TO MANAGE BRANCH J oflice at Younpstown, O.: 900 yearly; refer ences and S100 capital required. Address O. B., Dispatch office. my23-5 'OUJ,G MAN-FOR INVOICE CLERK AND JL collector; must le good penman and accurate at llgures. Answer COLLECTOR, Dispatch office, my24-79 Zrf TOUNG MEN TO LEARN STEAM OVJU engineering: can be taught successfully by mall: examinations guaranteed: full course 51 00: specimen lesson with full particulars 30 cents: try It Address H. C. GRAVES, lock box 482, Canton, 6. D. Hi) -21-76 Agents. GE.VTS-TO SELL AND EVERYBODY TO 1 ne Dr. O'Keele'a 25 cent pills. Good as gold. Dr. O'Keefe's liver pills cola or catarrh pills, oougli pilK diarrhoea pills, dyspepsia pills, rheu tnaUaiD pills hcadacl e pills, bkln eruption pills, worm puis kidney pills, leucorrhopa plus, backache pills, eye pills, teething pills, atthma pills, croup pills, sore throat pl!! nerve pills, nervous de bility pilK whooping congh pJUs. non-cathartic 8 UN, malaria jiill plies pilfi. Price Scents-. DR. 'KELFi..tC'O..nomcODatblcCbenilsts.T08 Smith field St.. Pittsburg. myl9-39 AI,F.:STS-TO SELL THE NEWEST AND Ixst subscription books in the market: the most recent additions to our Ut are "Our Great Continent." Losing's United State," "John Boyle O'Reilly's Poetry aid Songs of Ireland." TlieSoldierfn the ivll War:" send for cata logue, terms and territory. 1 J. FLEMING & CO.. 135 Fill liar. aplI-TuwThFSSu A I -t. Actaits wjintLd for ntw Imit ni iiti-.o ..r tii. woild; lSiOimpulation figures; overSXlpagcs H' ill's: popular price, U7i writequick lor liberal terms and t-ecureiour section. RAND Mc- ALLY S. CO.. 33 Broadwaj , X ew York City. " mj-n-81 4 GENTS-MALE AND FEMALE. WANTED J. c crywhere; lightning seller; abolutelv new exclusive territory; no talking: profits Immense and fucress a certainty. ABBOTT MANU FACTURING COMPANY. Springfield, O. mya-77 4 GENTS. MALE OR FEMALE NEW SO Ji. household article; profit 300 percent; sample and Instructions 10 cents; goods on commission. ETAYN tR & CO., Providence, R. 1. mylS-Jti AGENTS IN EVERY TOWN TO SELL O'Keefe's O. K. shoe blacking; the finest In the world. DR. O'KEEFE A CO., 708 Smithficld it., Pittsburg. myl9-99 Situations. POSITION-IN GENERAL ACCOUNTING OR bookkeeping, young married man; practical experience of ten years; satisfactory reference from present employers and reasons for change Address V. O. Box Si7, city. ap.3-30 POSITION-BYALADYASASSISTANTBOOK-iviaLl'LUorcashlcr.: lonrjcars' experience. Addre A. Ji. W Dispatch office. niyil-lia SITLATION AS COLLIERY MACHINIST OR (iiglneer thoroughly acquainted with pumps and roiw splicing, lb jear&' experience. Address JA-. i-itALii, I'leasant Unit, West, co.. Pa. State WaigtT,. my24-3C QITUATION AS COATMAKER EASTERN kj vi.io or w Mtem rcuiiylranla preferred, Addrci-s TAILOR. Dispatch office. my2-: -Stale and 1'emale Help. LAP.T-n?F.J3ESTI'EMAN FOR OFFICE AS SISTANT; position permanent; railway fare paid here,- Inclose sell-addressed stamped en velope. MANAGER, Lock B0X763, Clncltinatl.O. myS3-60 Booms. BOOltyf-ASTZiy-ji. LADr ENGAGED DUR p. G the cay desires a comfortable room, with or without bpanlLln a respectable private family; jSast End preferred; references given and required. Address M. B., Dispatch office,- -aya-lOT ""WANTED. remote Ilelp. TT1VPF.RIENCED SEWERS ON WHITK ROODS, 111 Apply atOHC-A...CAHPBELL & SONS. 27Fiflhav. ' J - my21-153 rMKL-1'On GENERAL HOUSEWORK ATNO. VJ 4a&llllJiAV., uasiana. mySHSi GIRL-POR GENERAL "HOUSEWORK. Ar PLY at 433 FORBES ST.. lty. niyM-liU HOUSEKEEPER A THOROUGHLY COM PETENT working housekeeper for privite lamllv; refenncea required. Answer B. R. h.. Dispatch ofilce. my3-2 LADIES WHO WILL DO WRITING FOR ME at lliclr own home will make pood wages. Ad rtr", with self-addressed, stamped envelope, MISS EDN A L. SMYTIIE, South Bend, Ind.. proprietor of the famous Gloria Water for the Complexion. mvU-15 LADIES TO MAKE FANCY WORK AT THEIR homes; ?S per week easllv made. Call or ad dress w 1th stamp, J. M. LEMAR i CO., 90 Fourth av., near Wood. my21-154 LADY-OF ENERGY, INTELLIGENCE AND experience to engage In a sate, pleasant and profitable business at her own borne; references given and required. Address WENNERWREN CO., Washington C. n., O. JuySl-105 TAILOEESS-TO 'WORK ON COATS: GOOD wigcs: steadv work. Apply CORNER WOOD AND THIRD AV.. second Boor. mySMU "TTfOMAN-WHO UNDERSTANDS THE CARE l ofchlldren to take care of a child one year old; suburbs preferred. Address GUARDIAN, Dispatch office, mj-21-22 Tanners. A GENTLEMAN OF MEANS TO TAKE AN Interest In and to fill a responsible position that commands a large salary In one of the 1 cry best and roost prosperous manufacturing concerns In the States; abundance of business with large profits; anyone having a ready capital of (10,000 to $20,000 can positively find a thoroughly first-class busi ness, without debts or Incumbrance, of any kind, and managed bv thoroughly responsible parties. Full particulars freely given bvcalllrtg at office of UNION SWITCH AND MANUFACTURING CO., 190 Robinson St., Allegheny. ap27-17 PARTY WITH ?75 TO JOIN COMEDY COM PANY, to act as treasurer; honestv and strict ly business main feature. Address II. A. DOR SEY, general delivery, Pittsburg, Pa. mv24-W PARTNER-FOR THIRD INTEREST IN ES TABLISHED office business; J1.000 to Jl.ooo requtred. Address for particulars, with full name, K. 21, Dispatch o&ce. mv24-138 PARTNER-BY LADY WITH FROM 5O0 TO JS00 to Invest In profitable business; no risk; will bear strictest Investigation. Address N. Y. P., Dispatch office. my21-7 PARTNER Iran M00 TO TAKE INTEREST in manufacturing business; good profits. Ad dress T. 23, Dispatch office. my24-133 Boarders and Lodgers. riCCUPANTS-FOR FURNISHED ROOMS; best location In East End; large grounds; con ent to all cable cars and on line of Duauesne Traction Co. Address, with reference, J. C. D,, 5S20 Ellsworth av.. East End. ihy24-149 OCCUPANTS-FOR HANDSOME FURNISHED connecting rooms, w Ith first-class board, close to East Parks. 35 WASHINGTON ST., Allegheny. my23-29 OCCUPANTS FORTWO NICELY-FURNISHED rooms; a central and ery desirable location. Aprly at once at 320 PENN AV., upstairs. my24-142 OCCUPANTS-FOR TWO LARGE FURNISHED rooms. 814 PENN AV. my24-lC2 Financial. MORTGAGES-MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS to suit at Vi, 5 and fi per cent. ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth av. Tel. lei. u7. apl4-19-TTSSU SEVERAL SOLICITORS TO SELL OUR BONDS: money loaned on Improved real estate at a net cost or less thin 2 per cent, MUTUAL INVEST MENT CO., Boom 1, 439 Grant st. Office hours, 10.30 to 3. niyl7-10-TTSu TO LOAN MONEY-WE HAVE OVER ONE million dollars to loan on city and suburban property at 4 percent; no tax: we will also loan moucv on Improved farms In Allegheny, Beaer, Fayette, Washington and Westmoreland counties: any marketable securities taken for loans of any amount. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth av. Je3-a9-Su Mlscellaneons. DO YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY? IF SO visit Joyce's bat department and be convinced ; a very choice line to select from. JOYCE'S, 307 and 309 Penn av. my24-127 MCKEESPORT DRIVING PARK WILL BE used this season for races and training horses. Parties wishing to have horses trained can com municate with A. Y. Shaw or David Martin, or send their own trainer with them. There Is iccom modation for from 50 to 75 horses. The track Is a half-mile track and is In a good location. There will be matinees every Saturday Jfternqcn and gen eral races once a month. Parties wishing to have matchracesatanvtlmeaddressA. Y. bllAW or D. MARTIN, mj-23-11 T ADIES-TO ATTEND" THE SCHOOL4 OF D E JLj SIGN andDress Cutting for a thorough course of dressmaking, NO.051PKNNAV. mh3-16 MONEY EASILY SAVED A LIFE-SIZE crayon portrait for almost nothing; the pub lic may ask how can this be done; our answer Is, we employ no agents who would receive 25Jo 40 per cent commissions; we employ no uniformed men to transact our business; we save these commlsslons and salaries for the benefit of our enstomets; we le qucst our patrons to bring thclradvcrtlsing checks, w ith photograph, to our office, and for each crayon portrait that is ordered we furnish at a very reason able price a neat and appropriate frame; we warn our customers and the public from dealing with Ir responsible crayon portrait fakirs: our business Is based upon strict and honorable principles, and our work, now In the houses of hundreds of families, attests that fact. EUROPEAN PORTRAIT CO.. No. 349 Fifth "av., Pittsburg. Branch oflice. 854 Market St.. Wheelinc. W. Va. ap2S-135-wsu ON AND AFTER JUNE 1, 1891, THE FARE ON the Pitloburg Traction Company will be re duced to 3 cents. G. W. ELKINS. President. my23-30 T EAD THIS ALOUD-A BIG LOT OP GENTS' JA flannelette shirts worth 45c, to be closed out atESc JOYCE'S, 307 and 309 Penn av. mj-24-127 SECOND-HAND BH.LIAED AND FOOL table. J. A. POOL, East Liverpool, O.. care Thompson House. my22-C8 SOME PERSON TO ADOPT A HEALTHY female child 5 months old. Address F. M., Dispatch office. my24-8G SOME TERSON TO ADOPT A HEALTHY MALE chlM, 4 w eeks old. Address R. O. B.,Dlspatch. office. . mj-20-25 a 10 BUY A PRINTING OFFICE OR SECOND HAND type. etc. Address X. L., Dispatch office. my2l-9S -VfAN'S UNEXCELLED ROOT BEER, THE king 01 all summer drinks: superior to any now on the market; pure, wholesome and delicious; purifies the blood and reuotalcs the system. jo ooinng or straining; a cmia 01 nve years 01 age can make this delicious beverage; one iiackace of Van's Root Beer Extract will make Five gallons or root beer; drop In and get a class of this delicious beverage lrom the fountain. free; j!ij--e lai. per pickisc itju. ilADlfAUtiCvaun, JO aLflaLallUalU, iUSfkCI (JU&rV, Xl.l5DUIg. mvM-3 -yOU GET A BAKER'S 1 Stewart afcCo.'s line cabin DOZEN mi OP Stewart & Co. 's tine cabinet photos for (1, at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST., Allegheny, lfiy23-43-TTSU FOR SALE DIPKOVED REAX. ESTATE. City Residences. EOSTON ST.. NEAR FIFTH AV.-fl.SVO-Slreet paved; Ove-roomed frame dwelling; lot 2.1.74 ft.; easy payments. (15106-1). ALLES & BAILLY, 164 Fourth av. Tel. 167. mySl-'B-MWFSSu MT. WASmXGTOX-TWO HOUSlSS-OXE ON Southern av., 12 rooms, 2 btores; price J4,roo; ou rear of lot on Grecnbush st,, house of 6 rooms; price 3.000; lotSOilSO; both gases, newly painted andnaiiered: rents for $800; will sell in whole or divined. Gill on or address on premises. 13 and 23 SOUTHERN AV., city. my3-S East End Residences. IAST EXD-A NEW FRAME DWELLING OF U seven rooms, bath, range, hot and cold water, sewered, nat. pis. piped and wired for artificial pas and electric light: convenient to Duquesne and both cable lines. 1". R. R school, etc.: price only $3,600, S300 cash, balance long time; call and see us about this great bargain. HELD B. COYLE &. CO.. cor. Fourth av. and Grant St. my24-43 T7-E HAVE A NEW 2-STORT FRaYME. 7 1 1 rooms: all modern conveniences; 1 square from Dun. traction: small cash pavment. balance to suit. BAXTER, THOMPSON & CO.. IK Fourth a enuei my:4-5-iiWFSu "WHY LIVE IN THE CITY WHEN YOU CAN It buy a complete home, with 1 acre of ground, situate la the best part of Edgcw ood: surroundings first-class: 2mluutes from station; immediate pos session. BAXTER, THOMPSON & CO., 1S2 Fourth av, my2W6-MWTSu Qfafl CASH. BALANCE ON EASY TAY H20JJ MENTS, will buy elegant new stone Iront residence of8 rooms, hall, cellar ana laundry with stationary tubs, electric light, both gases, fine chandeliers, electric bells, plate glass windows, elegant cabinet wood mantels, flagstone walks, 90 footpacdstrects:best neighborhood in the East End;thlslsa rare chance; don't lose It. BLACK & BAIRD, No. as Fourth av. myI8-Z3 D 700-COBNER LOT IN THE EAST END KJO) 45x120, with street In rear, with two-story frame house of seven large rooms. haiL front and baek stairs, two porches, city water, both eases, cellar under whole house, flue stable, frulCetc also adjoining lot 25x120 at J750 additlonal;$iroo6 down. Aal. to stilt. DENNISTON, ELDERKIN A CO., LIM., 6304 Penn av. Tel. 5327. (209) my21-27-22,24,26,28,30 QflO CASH-ELEGANT NEW 9-ROOM fOVV frame dwelling, bath, range, slate mautels, tile hearths. Inside w. c: lot SiiSO ft.--price $4,500. M. F. illPPLE A CO.. 90 Fyurth av," -Ji J .-C-Tl SU" Allegheny Residences. '- BY JOHN K. EWING &, CO., 107 FEDERAL St. The property No. 24 &onst.. corner Race St., Allegheny, at a genuine-sacrifice: exam ine it and ghe us a bid: will refuse no reasonable offer. mySMW 91 300 -SHERMAN AY.. ALLEGHENY; Di-l-) Wc offer to-day something we do not have to. oiler every day, a good three-ntory brick dwell ing, with lot 30x120, xm Sherman av., near Park way. for 21.600; thlswrlll cltijulckly; tr you want it call and 1 get fiunTbw and particulars. (U10) BLACK & BAIRD. 8a Fourth av. myI4-71 Atlantic City. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.-RENT OR SALE Hotels, cottages and bathhouses; lots for sale in an parts of the city: also South Atlantic City. ISRAtX G. ADAMSi C.. Real Estate Agents. Heal Estate and Law Bnilalni, - myl-M 4 TOR SAEE UITROTED EEAX.T3STATE Suburban Residences. TSS.V'ANT TO LOCATE IN WILKINS- -I hnvlng: have several very fine ones for sale." BAX- xui. -Luvairavn s, uu., iei .s ourth av. my24-S7-Trsu' 9 S.TO- CENTER AV. 3)Zi' Yerona, A. V. R. (Hulling of 7 rooms, hall. NEAR FIRST ST., K., two-story frame good mantels. Inside shutters, front and rir nnrchps tl! linrth.s. splendid well of water; will pnt In natural gas If desired; 5 minutes from station: lot 50x115 reet to Spring alley. BLACK & BAIRD, 93 Fourth av. ' my2l-71, FOB SALE LOTS City Lots. LOTS-BEAUTIFUL BUILDING, LOTS FOR from $100 to f300. In the Eighteenth ward: long Eavments: easy terms. Inquire of CHAS.E. ORNEL.1US, attorney, 406 Grant st.,Teittsbnrg: orgo to his office. Mornlngsldeav., on the grounds, and see his agent, T. Ed. Cornelius. ms 19-45 East End Lots. A SPECULATION-LOTS FRONTING SCHEN LEY Park entrance and Cirnegle Library site; close to Forbes st. and Fifth aye. traction lines; will be worth double their present cost In a short time, (d 163.) BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. my24-7T BARGAIN-IN LOT 30x140 FEET ON TER RACE St.. Oakland: beautiful location, good neighborhood, splendid elevation, charming view; UtIKUUUIUVUU, DyiVllumV.IUIIUU, VlldlUIIIII, , price only ?2,100. (D 2) BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth av. my2I-71 CHOICE LOTS FRONTING SCIIENLEY Park entrance, only fl25 per foot front: sure enhancement. (dl67.) BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth avenue. my24-71 CRAFT AVENUE A BEAUTIFUL BUIXDING lot, averaging about 55 feet front, nt $.3,000: the only low-priced lot on tne street. (d233). BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth av. my24-71 CRAIG STREET-LOT 50x142 FEET, AT ONLY tSO per foot front: a bargain to quick bin er. (d207). BI. ACK & BAIRD, 95 Tourth av. my24-71 T0 YOU WANT A LOT IN A STRICTLY JJ first-cliss neighborhood In the East End If so, see the one we have for sale onRippevst., GOx ICG feet; low price. BAXTER, THOMPSON ,t CO., JC2 Fourth av. my24-C7-TTSSu FIFTH AVENUE, OPPOSITE URSULINE Academy Choice building lots at onlv f3,C00 each. (d222). BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth av. my24-71 TWO LOTS-ON BATES ST., OAKLAND, 4St 105 ft., for only tl.500 for both. (D 244) BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth av. iny21-71 T7-ARD: ST.. OAKLAND-LOT 25X109, FOR IT onlv 11,100; location exceptionally desirable. (d IS. ) BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. . my24-71' tn,- son It T.OTS OTT OPnELTA ST..' OAK U)JLj LAND, on line of Duquesne electric road; only eight minutes' ride from Court House. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave, my24-7l" PER FOOT FRONT-BOQUET STREET, Aat.la.4i t arl B,.tllntj 9(1.!H, .T V low price for a short time only. (d227.1 BLACK & BAlRp, 95 Fourth av. my24-7- QQnf-CnEAr OAKLAND LOT, 24x113 TEET JUU to alleii ; lots on same street sold for ?1,100. (d249). BLACK & BAIRD, 93 Fourth av. my-4-u- 021 OOO-LOT, 32KX120 TEET. ON FRAZIER tin I st.. npir Koniiet; clieanest St.. near Bonnet: cheapest lot In this loca- lion. 7T- ' a aV-T". i .' ' . a W.T. A. -V, ., IO.IM.1 jiLtJLUJ. a. .UAXlbiJ, so x ouriu avi;, my2l-7l' fiI7f.n-W)T 25x100 FEET, ON FRAZIER ST.. I Ul near Wark, Oaklind; close to electric line, (D 213) BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth av. myW-n C2Q C PER FOOT FRONT. FORBES ST.. NEAR jjDU tJ Craft a v. : lots 30x130 feet. (d-SO.) BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth-ay. mj .'iLr cm oc i ijLi-t' Carnegie Library site. (dlCC.) BLACK & liAliil, k i ourin av. mj--71" Hazclwood Lots. ' CHEAPEST LOTS IN HAZELWOOD - ON Smith st only two squares from the station, size 24x100 feet, at only ?750 each. (DCS) BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth av. my24-71 TTAZELWOOD LOT-TOE BEST LOT IN JJL Hazelwood on Hazelwoort av.: 52x100 feet; nice cle atlon; good surroundings; price onl) $3,100. (d-33.) BLACK & BAIED, 95 Fourth av. mv24-71 LYTLE STREET, HAZELWOOD. CLOSE TO Hazelwood av. Beautiful building lot, 45x132 feet, for only S2.000; a chance to get a good lot cheap. (dl93). BLACK & BAIRD, 93 Fourth av. my24-71 7OX100 FEET-ON SECOND AVENUE. I .u Hazelwood, close to station : price only 3,000; a bargain to quick buyer. (d232.) BLACK & BAUtl), 95 Fourth av. rnyW-71 1 Suburban .Lots. LOT-AT EDGEWOOD STATION, P. B. R. 85x138 feet; city water at curb of lot; electric light and natural gas; price, J1.G50 cash. Apply to owner. HENRY G. OTTO. 2C31 Penn av., Pitts- Jiurg. . my?4-l4fi rnnis is a bargain-if sold this week; JL lot-nearly level. In Edgewood, 7 minutes from station, 54x200, only 700. (k33.) BLACK& BAIRD, 95 Fourth av. my24-7I Farms. -rUEAI FARM 100 ACRES, JlVEjBOOJt ArTiouse, 100 lrult trees, four-lbotvetn coal, good location; has bought property and must sell; come and bid on It: price ti 000. Send for; 'blg"farm and exchange list, N. F. HURST, Real Estate Agent, Rochester, Pa. my21-o-TTSSu" Miscellaneous. A T BELLEFIELD- $1,500 3-room frame house, wlthlot31x80. $2.200 6-room house, lot 25x80. rc.fi 4 new house, 7 rooms, good lot. 12,750 new house, 7 rooms, good lot, 3,500 8-room brick house, 2)xl00. $5,500 8-room brick house, 20x100. . f7,500-9-rooni brick house, lot 50x110. The above properties are all good and desirable properties for the money and will meet with ready sale. C. H. LOVE. 93 Fourth av. my24-00" TOR SAXE BUSINESS, Business Opportunities. BARBER SHOP-DOING A GOOD BUSINESS, In a good location; must be sold at once. Ad dress J. L., Dispatch office. niy2!-53 DRUGSTORE-INAFIRST-CL'ASSLOCATION, doing a nice business; good reasons for sell ing: will Invoice about 2,500. See REED- B. COYLE & CO., cor Fourth av. and Grant st. my23-il-TuSSu DRUGSTORE-DOING GOOD BUSINESS IN a town of 5,000 Inhabitants, within 15 miles of city. Address DRUGS, P. O. Box 1005, l'ltt-,bnrg. Pa. mj-22-71 ENTIRE SALOON AND RESTAURANT TIX tTURLS and utensils, 30-ft. bar with marble top. large range and tableware, tables, chairs, etc., a lK-horse power electric motor with liv fans. etc.. etc. Applv to LENZ & KLELNSCHMlDT, cor. Wood and Sixth av., city. my21-117 I TUNE RESTAURANT BOARDING HOUSE; : shoe store, in good town: grocery stores, 350, SSOO to f 10, 000: cigar stores; fish markets, $.500 to $1,000: machlue shop: drugstore; stono quarry; novelty store. HOLMES A CO., 43) Smlthfleld st. myl7 GROCERY STORE-FIRST-CLASS STAND IN a good locitlon, doing a business of $10,000 year: reasons for selling told on Inquiry; terms strictly cah. Address C. E., Dispatch ofhee. myM-43 H AT AND FURNISHING GOODS STORE; good lease, well located; Inventory about $4,500: half cash, baunce well secured; must be sola within z weeKS, office, for 10 days. Address CASH, Dispatch D1V.2-.3 MEAT MARKET A FIRST - CLASS MEAT market In a live town on main line of P. R. 11. For further particulars address MARKET, my23-73 juispatcn omce. TARE CHANCE FOR FLORIST WITH ABOUT Xi $1,200 capital; four houses, large retail trade at home and abroad: growing cltv: nine railroads connecting here. E. L. KOETIlEN. Zancsvllle. O.. or J. L. KOETHEN. Jr., 100 Diamond st.7 Pittsburg. my23-14 Business Properties. n?OR SALE-COAL LAND; Sll ACRES IN THE ; famous Roaring creek district of West Vir ginia, showing a clear 12-foot etn; West Virginia, i;uanc5ion ami xiu.imn, itaiiway crosses land lour scnszuMuiiiniKa.iii, .i.r siic. . lars address DABDEN BROS., Elklns, For pnrtlcu . W. Va. my2.-100-sn H' OTET- ON ACCOUNT OF DEATH OF PRO . rRlETOB the Hotel Wln-sor. at Ynnnt-Mnw,, O.,wlllbesoldatabargalp. AddressA. GAllN'lER. Youngstown. mya-71 enij 0003702 BUTLER ST.. COR. TIIIRTT- J)l; SEVENTH st.. late Anton Eagel's property, lot 325-6.U04, with frame business house and dwell ing, containing two stores and 11 rooms; one-half cash, balance to suit; this must be sold to close nn the estate. TUOS. MCCAFFREY, 3509 Butler st. mhs-15t-wsu Manufacturing Sites. MANUFACTURING SITE IN NINTH "WARD. Allegheny, about JM feet square, with rail- siding: price, low terms, to suit. JOHN K. EWMB &. CO.. 107 federal st. - my.u-l4cr . rOK SALE-MISCELLANEOrS. Horses, Vehicles, live Stock. - DRAUGHT HORSE-8 TEARS OLD: -WEIGHT 1,650: color black; -warranted sound and good worker. Inquire, on Monday, of T. M. JOHN SON, Kerr's sale stable, 125 Penn av. my23 HORSIS-TWO BROOD MARES, KNOWN AS the GUklnsOn marcs: one gray, bred by Mc Kluncv Bros., sired by AlmontFord. son of Ham lin's AJmont, Jr., record 2:20, sire of Belle Ham lin, Tecerd 2:L,;f , and seven other standard pel formers; also, one bay marc, pedigree given on ip plication: also, one spotted celdlng; can show bet ter than 2:30 gait, bred by John Adams. Coshocton, O.. sired by Umont Chief, sire of Almonf Gift, record 2:2?M; excellent reasons foe selling: these horses caa be seen at lUerv stable of C. A.Wann castle. No. 6220 Penn av., or at the Homewood race track .rtnrliK the coming races. Address MRS. D. H. GIEKIJSON, SW Diamond st. mv21-95-ThSSU HOBSF, BUGGY AND HARNESS-HORSE IS sired by Bassett's Blue Bull, tho sire of Wilson Blue Bull aud dam by Green's Bashaw, she the dim of Black Diamond. record2.2GJ: hels6 years old, 6ound and has splendid style, can show a 2:50 clip, and with training think lie would trot a mile in 2aa or better; unrness and buggy almost new: buggy made by C. West & Co. ; this is as line a turnouf as there Is in the city. Can be seen for a few davs at vt wu c& ooiLi.a.'a arAiijj. 3306 Jrorbes ct. . Oak- land. my2-130 MATCH TEA1I GRAYS-S AND 6 YEARS OLD; sound; 18 hands high: all rleht.1 F. J. SIADER. Latrobe, Pa- in jJ4-152i J FOB SALE-MISCELXANEOtrS. norses, Vehicles, live Stock. J rVERY STABLE-IN A TOWN OF 10.000 XI lnhabltanteti UVCnr stable fully equipped with horses, bobs, buggies, harness, etc.; lease ofbarn running eight years; cheapest rent and best loca tion iniown: business established years; reasons for selling other huslness requires ra v attention and must sell. For price, terms, etc., address LlViiti. Dispatch office. mv24-13-TTB8u' rpWO MATCHED A 1 CARRIAGE OR DRIVING L teams First-class single driver or saddle horse, three carriages, surrey, buggy and sleigh to close private stable. Address B,To. 1 Cliff st, my24-17' Blaclilncry nnd3Ietil. T?UREKA -INCUBATOR -IN .FIBSTajLASS A.U conaiuon; great bargain, Address REX. DIs- puiuu VlUWi myit--u ONESTEAMENGINE-IO" DIAMETER ABU 30" stroke, large fly wheel. Waters automatic governor; two ! fong, wJtn steam Srum; aUln good running order trnwmn L Wller., 40" d'jn.. ".VI rag, nd8( andsold only for want of use; can be seen at rrice Foundry. Price St. ulty. Inquire 61 SMITII FIELDST. m.rl6-16 SAFETY BICYCIiE-ALjIOST' NEWt.CHEAP for cash. T. S. TO,YEB, 61 Ohio 6t.,Alle?lie"T- Mlscellaneons. SPEClXli SALE IN CHILDREN'S SILK. A i. lace and embroidery hats and caps: wen silk hats In all colors at 58c. JOYCE'SV 307 and Penn av. r my24-IZ weua.u Id 309 127 DID YOU SEE TIIF.M?-25 DOZ. KNOTTED fringe towels. In all colors, worth 35c. lour choice for 25c at JOYCE'S, 307 and 309 Penn av. my24-127' -T7-INDLING-IEON ClTT ELEVATOR. WET3 IV End. mi-24-120 to rarr. East End Eesldenccs. EIGHT-BOOM BRIGK DWELLING, ON graded and paved street, on the line or Du quesne Traction Company, East End, with Imme diate possession : the house has all modern Improve ments. C. II, LOVE, No. 93 Fourth av. my23-35t I ELLSWORTH AV.-COR. COPELAND ST.. J fine 2-story frame residence of 7 rooms, with every modern convenience: moderate rent. BAX TER, THOMPSON & CO.f 102 Fourth av. my24-104-MTYrsut 3?MERSON ST., NEAR It. R.-FINE 2-STORY J frame: 11 rooms; In elegant repair, with mod ern conveniences; hall In center; large- lot, low rent. BAXTER, THOMPSON & CO.. 1C2 Fourth avenne. my23-44-MThssnt HOUSES-BY JOHN K. EWING & CO., 307 Federal st. ; two new brick houses of 8 rooms and all conveniences on Alder St., near S. Hiland av East End: rent tow; immediate possession. I my21-32t VTICELY FURNISHED HOUSE OF 8 EOOMS X All conveniences; four minutes from Penn. R. R., Penn av. and Dnquesne traction lines. Apply on premises, corner Winebiddle and Liberty avs., first house below Liberty. my20-33-wsut Allegheny Residences. TESIDENCES-BY JOHN K. EWING & CO., Xi 107 Federal St.; several desirable Allegheny residences at reduced rents. my-.H-x:T GJ1 r-NEATLITTLENEW SIX-ROOM HOUSE I)tJ on the hill, Allegheny, reached by Irwin av. and Observatory electric cars; a small, genteel family wanted. A. LEGGATE & SON, 108 Fourth avenue. my22-Wt Suburban Residences. SUBURBAN RESIDENCE, ONLY TWO MIN UTES from railroad .tnd electric cars: 12 rooms, porches, natural and illuminating gas, city and spring water; great variety of fruit and shade trees and shrobbery; possession given June 1. ALGEO BROS., 204 Federal st , Allegheny. n my!9-37t ' Hooms. CHOICE ROOMS-NEWLY-FURNISHED NEW house, all conveniences, Pennsylvania av., near parks and electric cars. Address E. P.. Dis patch office. my24-70t I7RONT OR BACK PARLOR-OR BOTH, ALSO ? large front room, furnished or unfurnished; bath and both gases; convenient to flrst-claaa bo-irdlng: corner house. 207 bOUTH HILAND AV., East End. my2l-37t I BURNISHED ROOJI-FOR HOUSEKEEPING, ! with use of bath. 52 WATSON ST., city. iny2i-12!t I BURNISHED ROOMS FOR nOUSEKEEPING ' With kitchen; also entire flat furnished. 41 LOGAN ST.. nearWylle. my24-llt PURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING Newly papered In gold; bath, etc. 8 WYLIE AVENUE. ' mj-I4-10t IJOOMS-FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS FOR l housekeeping. 11 NINTH ST. my21-153t ROOMS-TWO LARGE FURNISHED ROOMS. 814 PENN AV. my24-161t Business Stands. TO LET-HANDSOME STOREROOMS, NOS. 73 and 80 Diamond st.. Just above Smlthfleld St., in new Dispatch building; well lighted ele gantly fitted up, ccntrallyiocated and having every convenience; these rooms are admirably suited for insurance, real estate or other office business. For further Information applv, after2r. M.J to BUSI NESS MANAGER, The Dispatch, Smlthfleld and Diamond sts. ap29-U7t Offices, Desk Room. -fllOIOE OFFICE-IN FIDELITY TITLE AND J Trust Company's building. Inquire ROOM 65. tny2S-4t TO LET-CHOICE OFFICES ON SECOND and third floors of The Dispatch business office building, corner Smlthfleld ana Diamond sts. ; these are in suites ortwo or fourrooms, as desired, and have every convenience! centrally locatel, well ar ranged and lighted; Uiereare no better offices for grolesslonakmen In the cltv. Apply, after 2 r. M BUS. MGR, DISPATCH, on the premises. ap3-117t Miscellaneous. GOOD STABLING FOE GENTLEMEN'S teams; also, storage room for carriages or light (storage, at No. 16 Cnnrch an, Allegheny. Ad dress lIUWI.iLMJ iJAlltJS. CO., is- unurci hurch av., Allegheny. Pa. myji-Mj PERSONAL. PERSONAL-CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD and silver: Jewelry repaired; new work made to order. CHRIS. HAtTCH, Ml Smlthfleld st. ' apl9-134 PERSONAL--WEBSTER'S LARGE QUARTO Dictionary. $3 SO; special bargains In old and new books during this month. FRANK BACON A CO., SOI Smitlmeld st. mlil2 PERSONAL - JUST RECEIVED 25 DOZEN X ladles' f jnev ribbed vests to be run out in the next few days to the benefit of the buyer at 8c. JOYCE'S. 307 and 309 Penn av. my24-127 -pERSONAL BRUNETTE WIDOW OF 35. NO L Incumbrance, worth $10,000 and good pros pects through Inheritance, wll es a correspondent with a view to marriage. 447, Chicago, III. Address jjiks. jr., nox yii-9 , m; PERSONAL-NO EXERCISE SO HEALTHFUL as horseback riding, and for very little expense you can be fully equipped for this delightful eques trian sport at ACHE'S HARNESS AND TRUNK EMPORIUM, 4a W ood St., Plttsbnrg. Jny24-12l PERSONAL-FINE BOOKS-WE HAVE THE finest collection of finely illustrated books in Pittsburg; bcautllul bindings: low prices; come and see them: hundreds of books for presents. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 900 Liberty St. dels PERSONAL-ALL PERSONS USING ARTIFI CIAL eves should buy them from the CHESS- jtiAA uniuAij uumi'ain 1, jmo. 4S .Federal St., Allegheny; tliejr carry the largest 'line of tliebcsi ra aiterim anajruaraniee mem ior one year; tne o house in tne United States that makes this offer. PERSONAIr-YOU SIAY AS 'WELIi BUY TJIE best, they cost vou no more; Just think, a fino English ireo saddle, 15; eenulue hand-made harness, rubber mounted, ?17 75; the best J5 trunk ever shown In Pittsburg; we make a specialty of trunks traTcling bugs, saddles and harness; we buy lh large quantities, get the best discounts, henre the low prices. ACHE'S HARNESS AND TRUNK EMPORIUM, 8 Wood St. Sign of the brown horse. ft my24-125 rosT. LOST-SCARP PIN, "WITH RUBY ENCIR CLED by small diamonds: Under will be am ply rewarded by calling at 51S 81IITHFIELD ST. mj-21-31 LOST-ON SUNDAY, MAY 17, A PUG DOG; liberal reward ir returned or Information given that will lead to his recovery. 9 STOCKTON AV., Allegheny. my24-21 LOST-STRAYED FR03I THE PREMISES ON Thnrsday morning, a Male pug dog; suitable reward will be paid if returned to NO. 154 FORTY FOURTH ST., Pittsburg. ciySl-33 LOST-IN TOILET.ROOSI OF MONONG AHELA House, pocketbook containing railroad passes nnd bill; reward if left at MONONGAHELA HOUSE, and no questions asked, (Passes stopped), ' inyS-123 LOST-A LADY'S POCKETBOOK-ON PENN av between Third and Fourth sts.. which was picked up by two men. TJiey will please re turn same to McMAHON BROS. & ADAMS. 62 Fourth av.. and receive reward. my21-72 FOUND. FOUND-AT JOYCE'STLACE CURTAINS, 3K yards long, ecru or white taped, at 48c, worth 75C elsewhere. JOYCE'S, C07 and 3t8 Penn av. my2I-127 apalr or the celebrated 51 crystal specs adjusted by the experts of the CHESSMAN OPTICAL COM- r ajn i,xio.. x eaerai si., Allegheny. ap2-92-Thrsn THE NINTII ANNIVERSARY OF THE Homo for Aired Prntestintj. vlll tin observed at tho homo, in Wilkinsburjr, next jr.' Tickets 75 cents. The usual excursion rate tickets can be procured at Union sta tion; 25 centsT-ound trip, my23-72 . THE'KENMAWR. 1907 Pacific av., between Ohio and Michi gan aves., Atlantic City, N. J. Mrs. M. A. Peters would lespectfnllycall the attention of lier many Pittsburg friendsand associates to the fact that hor house will open on Jnne L MRS. M. A. PETERS. my24-157-su TlTiNSLOW INN- JUHONGTHE PIHE3 AtWinsloW Junction, H. J, Open all the year. Jle w ana Modern Improvements. xnyl9-78-ti-r CHOICE PKOFEETIES. TWENTY . MINUTES' ride from the postofflce on the Fifth ave. ca We line, adjoining tho property of the Penn sylvania Female College, liesArdshoil Teiv race, the spot -which la to-day, -without ex ception, tho finest and most picturesque for a home in the East End. Tie ground stands I high, and lies heautifully. The air is pure, me scenery grand, and the Orainago 13 me test in the East End. - ' MURRAY HILL avenue extends from Fifth ave. to Wilkins avp., and runs through the, center of Ard .sheil Terrace. It is flow .heing paved -with Talford road, and will have flagstone side walks, good sewering, gas,' water, electrio lights, and be planted'-with the choicest shade trees. These improvements, together with tho great distance the buildings will be set back from the avenne, will make Ard sheil Terrace the finest residence place in Allegheny county. SEVEIHTY,- FIVE dollars a front foot. Terms, $1,500 cash, bal ance to suit purchaser, will buy lots 60x190 feet, locatecTon Murray Hill avenue, in Ard sheil Terrace. Remember, this . price in cludes all street improvements. For plans and f nil particulars see "W. C. STEWART, 137 Fourth avenue. - " myl0-55-su CHEAP LOTS. Only $30 a front foot, or $750, terms to suit purchaser, will buy lots 23x140 feet, covered with large trees, located on wide avenues, on the line of tho now electric road, near the main entrance to Scheniey Park and within 23 minutes' ride of the Pittsburg postofflce: dirt 'cheap when you think 01 Oakland property on back streets selling for four times this price and side street property in Allegheny City, only 110 feet deep, selling at $225 a front foot, or about eight times what you can buy these elegant lots for. For plans and full particulars see W. C. BTEW.AET, No. 137 Fourth av. mylO-55-su MUST BE SOLD At once (therefore will take' $30,000, or $10,000 less than vou can buy the adjoining proper ties for), live acres on Shady lane, corner of Homewood avenue, extending to Denniston avenue. This property has a frontage of 1,600 feet, lies beautifully and Is surrounded by the strongest holders in the East End: terms to suit purchaser. For plan and full particulars see.W. c. STEWART, No. 137 Fourth avenue. mylO-55-su $24,000! EAST END RESIDENCE. NEW U-KOOM QUfiEN ANNE BRICK Dwelling with all modern conveniences, One and Three-Quarter Acres, With good stable and carriage house, also number of beautiful forest and shade trees, sitnate on asphaltum paved street, one square from Duquesne electric roadtalso convenient to P. K. R. Positively not built for sale. Owner is moving from city. Terms to suit. M. F. HIPPLB & CO., my24r8tTrsu 96 Fourth avenue. CHOICE OAKLAND LOTS. tOfrfy$65"Fer Foot Front. PAVED STREET, BOTH GASES AND TTATER. ELECTEIC LINE. If you desire to locate in Oakland now is your chance, as tho price ($65 t per foot) is only for a few Cays In order to close out a plan of lots. Call at office for full particulars. REED B. COYLE & CO., COB. FOURTH AV. AND GRANT ST. my24-50-Tisu THAT : ELEGANT piece of property, 263x220 feet, on Fifth av., Shadyside, near Roup St., can be purchased now, asa"wholeorpart, for less than value; it extends to Arabella St.; lies beautifully; has southern exposure, and lust opposite are the finest dwellings in the East End. W. a STEW.ART, 137 Fourth av. my.H-90-su ADVERTISING ''"' PAYS Wlien rightly done if you have a good thing tell the public., ,,' Manufacturers were informed through the Pittsburg newspapers that FREE SITES on, Jevel ground, never overflowed by high water, were offered them at KENSINGTON, on the Allegheny Vafley Railroad, only i8 miles", from Pittsburg. Cash premiums, low freight rates, low taxes, cheap fuel, ex cellent shipping facilities, miles of graded streets, I 'homes for workrtien, churches, schools, eta, etc., were- the inducements offered for factories. Read the result of investigation: The Excelsior Flint GIass,Campany, The" Pittsburg Reduction Company, -The Rolled-Steel Wheel Company and The Kensington Chill-Steel Company Have located at Kensington, and when in full opera tion will employ over 1,000 workmen. The liberal offers of CASH and FREE SITES at Kensington are still open to manufacturers. Be quick if you want, to get in on the ground floor. Hundreds of beautiful build ing lots on fine graded streets, convenient to churches, -schools and stores are now offered at private sale. 'For plans and information see CHARLES L, COOPER, or , , J. P. CAPPEAU & CO., - - -- '. . - 96 Fourth Ave., Pittsburg. mrtJ-llS-Tii. CHOICE PBOPEBTIES. jingle; . ' JINGLE. "Hello, Cenftal, give mis lSSS." "Is that you, Stewart:" "Yes, speak a little louder, please." "I see yon have for sale a number of properties in the EasfEnd; want to makean engagement for j ou to take me over the ter ritory." "All righ t, it ti ill cost you nothing, yon will get full particulars, and there, will be no harm done if y6tt don't buy." Jingle, Jingle. W. C.STEWJVET, 137 Fourth av. . 1 , mv24-90-su AUCTION SAXES. AUCTION SALE Of a convenient and. nicely situated, com fortable and well finished nearly new Queen Anne House, Ready for Occupancy, Situated at Bellevue, In the best quarter of thai elevated, beautiful and progressive suburb, surrounded by ample grounds and fully equipped with modem accessories, Thursday, May 28, 1891, This property, consisting of lot frontlnu 43 feet on Euclid uvenue, and. extending 115 feet along Taylor, ayenue, oyer which elec trio cars aro expected soon to be running, with frame residence of 9 rooms, tiled ves tibule and hearths, slate mantels, electric bells, speaking tubes, artistic firoplaceo, both gases, water and rapge in kitchen, front and rear stairways, inside shutters, brass gas fixtures, cemented cellar, three porches, concrete walks, grape arbor, shade and fruit trees, lawn, shrubbery, etc., together with adjoining lot, having tho same frontage of 43 feet on Euclid avenne, with a depth of 114 feet to an 18-foot alley (which also extends along tho rear of the first described lot). Two Additional Lots, Lying on the opposite side of the alley re ferred to, each fronting 38K feet on Taylor avenue, and in depth 133 feet, affording beautiful building sites, will be offered sep arately at the same time. We are under Imperative Orders to Sell, And the property will snrely fall to some bidder who will never have occasion to re gret his purchase. ' Take the 1 o'clock p. it. train on the 28th, Pittsburg, Ft. 'Wayne and Chicago Railroad, from Federal street, .Allegheny, station to Neville station, four miles down the river, where our representative will meet you. Return trains may be had at almost any hour. EAST TEEMS OF PAYMENT. CHARLES SOMERS & CO,, 129 FOUBTH AVENUE. nyu-k AT AUCTION. Furniture, Carpets, Piano-Forte, Safe, Ac., TUESDAY, May 28th, at 10 o'clock, at the rooms ottbe Henry Auction Co., 311 Market Fine' Chamber Suits In Oak and Walnut, HjindsomeParlor Suits Upholstered in Tap estry, Plush and Hair Cloth, Bookcase, Desks, Wardrobes, Sideboards, Ext. Tables. Chairs, Bocker, Toiletware, Dishes and Glassware. 'Big lot of Brussels and Ingrain Carpets for Rooms, Halls nnd Stairs. Also, lot of Groceries, Notions and Canned Goods. Sale positive, goods now on exhibition. HENEX AUCTION CO., my24-137 " Auctioneers. EOR SALE AT AUCTION ON WEDNES DAY, Slay 27, at 3 o'clock, at Homewood Driving Park, the stallion Black Dan, by Stonewall.and Stonewall by Cripple, former ly Uncle Vick, he by Lexington, first dam by Beauty Blessins by Patten's Prince Albert. Second dam Nellie May.by Red Bill Baldwin. Third dam Lady Margrave, by Imported Margrave. This horse can trot in 2 40 and is good saddle horse; he is one of the hand somest norses in iub ouibe, miymuy ui biuiiu. Tierson can drive or ride him. Will be sold to the highest bidder. A. McKELVEY, Auctioneer. my-a-tr.. A UCTION SALE Of millinery goods.'lIONDAY, May 73, at 10 o'clock, at the rooms op Tire HENRY AUCTION CO., 811 Market St.; Pittsburg;. Tine ribbons, velvets, silks, plushes, feathers, laces, buckles, ornaments, birds, plumes, tips, hats, bonnets, etc HENRY AUCTION CO., my24-4S Auctioneer. PUBLIC 'SALE, MAY 23 (Thursday), at Remington P., Ft. W: & C. It. E., at 10 o'clock A. station, u. All kinds of farmincr implements, hlsrh irrade Jersey cows, heifers and calves. If yon want a good butter cow come and get one; they must be sold; they aro all So. 1 in every re spect. Also, three horses and a lot of old iron. mygt-a H.W. MORGAN. BEMOVjL. ESTABLISHED 1811 THE OLD STATEN ISLAND DYEING ES TABLISHMENT, 88 FIFTH AVENUE, 'PITTSBUBO. ' 98 Duane Street, New York City. DYEIN& AND CLEANING. , mylO-59-wssu J CHOICE TO THE OLD DOMINION. AN ELEGANT TRIP, , 'In which participants may combine pleasure with profit, without risk and at small expense. ' On Sunday, May 31, 1891, At Sfc20 P. M., a train made up of Comfortable day coaches and Pullman sleepers will leave the-Smithfield street Btition'of the Baltimore and Ohio Eailway and proceed via that picturesque route . To' Statinton, Virginia, The Metropolis of the Shenandoah Valley and the New Pittsburg of the Old Domin ion, of which our own lte distinguished political economist, "William J). Kelley, said: "It is the coming Eldorado of American adventure." The route lies through a coun try full of historical interest. At - HARPER'S FERRY ' A daylight stop will be made and tourists afforded an opportunity to view the field of John Brown's ante-bellum exploits; from thence, through grass-clad valleys, by sparkling streams and along variegated hills, the train will speed through some of the wildest, most romantic and lovely scenery on the continent, into Virginia, clothed now in the rich verdure of a Southern spring. . ; THE GREAT LOT SALE .' OS- The Staunton Development Co. WILL TAKE PLACE AT STAUNTOX ' "I- 1 On the 2dx and 3d of June, ' - . The biggest and most substantial bom in town property that has ever taken place in Virginia will be witnessed in Staunton during thtf coming summer, and purchasers at this sale cannot fail to reap large returns. 'You will meet on the grounds people from North, South, East and "West, & cosmopolitan gathering, seekers for homes in a per fect climate and amid refined society, manufacturers in quest of sites in the center of Virginia's rich fields of ore, coal and timber, merchants keen to share the profits of Staunton's growing trade, and speculators, each bent upon availing himself of opportunities' seldom presented. , TICKETS AT REDUCED RATES For the round trip (including sleeper both ways), good for 30 days, should he ordered at our office early, in order that ail necessary arrangements may be made in season to comfortably provide for the large number of Pittsburgers expected to participate. A line of Elegant Lithographed and Printed Matter Has been provided by the Staunton Development Company, fully explaining tho nature of their enterprise and elucidating all the facts bearing npon it, For this matter, and further particulars, call npon or write CHARLES -SOMERS & CO., 129 Fourth Avenue 3313 PENN AVE. , 6019 PENN AVE. SUNNY SIDE - . - ''' PLAN OF LOTS. The cheapest lots now offered 'for sale are those $300 lots, in the Sunny Side Plan, at Bellvue, which is only 15 min - utes' rid6 from the city, via the Pittsburg, Ft Wayne and Chicago R. R. Just Consider For a moment and you will undoubtedly agree with us in saying that nice level lots, 50x150 feet, fronting on 50-foot avenues, and extending back to 20-foot alleys, with such conveniences as good water, natural gas, etc, are a decided bargain at $300 each, which is only $6 per foot fronts and are undoubtedly a good investment Terms Are Such. "f"' That every person can buy a lot Only $25 to $50 cash and balance $5 to $10 per month. Think of It, Only $6 per foot front for a nice level lot 50x150 feet such ' a short distance from the city, and in such a beautiful place, and delightful neighborhood. Elegant Drainage. High, Level and HealthM Situation. Fine View. - Streets opened arid building lines established; excellent wa- . ter, fine drives, stores, churches and schools; in fact; every , convenience. . The Bellevue Electric Road, which wHl be in operation . in a short time, runs through this plan of lots. - You also have thcPittsburg, Ft Wayne & Chicago R. R. convenient runnfog 32 trains each way -daily. Fare only 5 jc monthly tickets. " For Plans and Particulars See si t REED B. COYLE & CO., COR. FOURTH AVE. and GRANT ST., or J. H . DAWSO N , ON THE GROUNDS AT ANY TIME. tny204i)-WT3n TO LET 10 1 FURNISHED hfoTEL Of 25 Rooms In Allegheny. Tint-cla location. Good tranjient trade. Large dining room. . VERT MODERATE RENT. , Tor particular ea Jj. feAXT-GB, THOMPSON A CO.,, aXfM&Ha-tm - MBronrtliy. PROPERTIES. mv2345-Trsxr CBAFTON BUILDING SITES. "We are offering for sale desirable IraildiM sites at Crafton, Panhandle R. R. Size of lots, 60x165; on easy terms; streets in plan all craded; good hoard -walks. Call ana exam Ine plan Deforapnrchasing elsewhere. GEO. DUNCAN 4 SONS, 75 Tenth Hu Or D. Ik SNYDEK, on the premises. mylT-Ul-w MDBRT & EDSALL, INSUEANCS 'AND REAL ESTATE, FIDELITr BDTLDINa. JTelephoneMW.) ..milMi M m v m j. m &.