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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, - TUESDAY, FEBRUARY "5, 1889.
The Central Traction Company
to Take Its Loop.
EIGHT OF "WAY IS GRANTED,
And the Company is Negotiating for
Power House Property.
OHLY A LITTLE SNAG LY COUNCIL,
And it Tields Dnder a Tote of 40 to 1,
Backed by Argument.
XO MORE CABS TO BE ON FIFTH AYEXUB
Several weeks ago The Dispatch pub
lished the fact that the Central Traction
Railway Company was negotiating for the
purchase ol the old colored church property
on "Wylie avenue, near Tnnnel street. The
object was to devote the site upon which the
church stands for a power house. Since
the negotiations haTe been going on, and it
is probable that the purchase of the prop
erty will bemade in a few days.
The company have been very quietly at
work securing ground in the vicinity of the
church. They have already purchased sev
eral large lots in the rear of the church, and
fronting on Tunnel street. On April 1
they will begin the work of tearing down
the tenement houses which now stand on
the ground and will put up a magnificent
power house and other buildings. The
people now living in the houses have been
ordered by the landlords to vacate by that
time, and they are now looking for other
places of abode.
The lot they have purchased is directly
back of the colored church and runs back
134 feet from Tunnel street. They are now
trying to secure the lot en the south side of
it Part of what is commonly known on
the Hill as "Irish Bow" stands on this lot.
The ground is owned by the Hon. Christo
pher JIagee, and his sister, Jane, who lives
at the Monongahela House.
WILLING ONLT TO LEASE IT.
It is said that the owners refused to sell
the ground outright, but will lease it to the
company. The lot the company purchased
was owned by Hiss JIagee, who did not
want to sell, but upon being pressed named
a figure which she thought would scare the
company. She was surprised, however, by
the directors of the road promptly taking
her at her offer. It is supposed that the
main part of the power house will be in the
rear, while the cables will pass through the
ground upon which the church now stands.
The latter has been offered with the ground
An official of the company was seen yes
terday, but would not talk on the purchase
of the property. He said:
"We will begin work on the line as soon
as possible. It will be completed by Sep
tember 1. "We have figured the time down,
and find that we will be able to run cars
from the Court House to the Minersville
station in 12 minutes. It has not yet been
decided upon what route the line will take
cast of Fulton street There is one thing
cure, though, and that is that the people on
Center avenue will be taken care of."
The gentleman intimates that an electric
loop would be run around Center avenue,
where there was little room for double trac
tion tracks, and it would be too expensive
to run a cable.
I WHAT COUXCIL DID.
A resolution asking the Department of
Public "Works to repair Liberty avenue
from Thirty-third street to Penn avenue
was adopted in Common Council yesterday.
When the ordinance giving the Central
Passenger Railway right to construct its
tracks, work to begin within 90 days and be
completed in a year, was called, Mr.
Bicham opposed the giving up of Fourth
and Sixth avenues, and suggested that the
Fifth avenue tracks be used by the Central
Eailway, leaving some room for wagons.
As to street railway lines he had no objec
tion, but to traction railways he had. He
finally postponed his amendment until the
traction part of the matter was reached.
There were no nays, and the ordinance
Then the ordinance granting the Central
Traction Kailway Company right of way
came up, and Mr. Bigham moved to amend
the first section by striking out all giving
power to go elsewhere than on the Pittsburg
Traction Railway after striking Fifth ave
nue. HIS CHIEF OBJECTION.
Mr. Bigham said that, when streets were
once taken up by the cable roads, they were
of but little use for other vehicles. He
thought vehicle travel was certainly en
titled to the use of Fourth and Sixth ave
nues. Mr. Magee agreed that it would be equally
convenient to the company to come down
Fi'th avenue, but held that it wouldn't be
to convenient for the public He said he
didn't think the traction tracks had hurt
travel on Fifth avenue materially, and that
Mr. Bigham's proposition would give a con
tinuous chain of cars going down and up
Fifth avenue, so that wagons could scarcely
cross. They might as well put a wall
across Smithfield street. He thought in
time there would be but one cable track
from Smithfield to Liberty, as two were too
Mr. Carnahan opposed the amendment,
for the reason that the Pittsburg Traction
Company has now 30 cars on its road, and
will likely have more soon, and they run at
intervals of 2) minutes (both ways), so
that even pedestrians have to keep their
eyes skinned to get across in safety. The
Central Company would require
AX LEAST SO CABS,
and the intervals would not be more than a
minute and a quarter. Sixth avenue had
but little travel, and could accommodate the
new line, and so could High street
Mr. Duncan also jumped on Mr. Bigham's
back, metaphorically, and added that the
Pittsburg Traction Company would be cer
tain to kick, and, to get on to Fifth avenue,
the purchase of buildings at the intersection
of Fifth and Wylie avenues would be neces
sary. He also held that the Pittsburg Trac
tion Company could not be coerced.
Mr. Bigham replied that the suggestion
as to the cost ot buying property was of no
value, as corporations asking exclusive
privileges must expect to pay for them.
All parties then got into arithmetic for a
time; but, though "mathematics is an exact
science," the figurers did not reach the
Mr. Bigham "flocked by himself on the
Tote on the amendment, and stuck to it on
the vote on final passage, the vote being 40
to 1 for passage.
The ordinance locating Landwehr street,
from Penn avenue to Station street, was
Mr. Wright's resolution instructing the
Chief of the Department of Public Works
to notify the Baltimore and Ohio Kailway
Company to open Boss street to the Monpn
gshela river, was adopted.
A Shave for 1.15 of a Cent.
Colgate fc Co., N. Y., will mall you a sample
of Demulcent Shavtoc Soap sufficient for a
month for 2 cents.
TUB BRICK 1'OR BEADING.
The Chamber of Commerce Will Not Touch
the Charter Issue.
The Chamber of Commerce held a regular
meeting yesterday. Captain McClelland
was put on record as protesting against the
resolution passed by the Chamber, with
reference to local political candidates.
The silver brick from Colorado arrived, but
it turns out to be for the Beading sufferers.
The members thought a mistake had been
made, and the Pittsburg brick had gone
Fast A committee was appointed to look
up the matter.
A communication from the Allegheny
Citizens' Committee, was read asking the
Chamber to call a meeting of representa
tives of the two cities and the Chamber to
devise a charter for second class cities.
The Chamber decided it was inexpedient
for them to co-operate with any committees
on the charter Question.
The resignation of Beuben Miller was
laid on the table.
Howard Grose Defines the Good
Preacher A Manly Alan.
At the monthly meeting of the Evangeli
cal Ministers' Association, held yesterday,
Eev. H. B. Grose read a paper on "The
Man in the Minister."
He said the minister of to-day must be a
man among men, not a Pecksniff or a
Uriah Heap. He should be like Jesus, who
went everywhere to save souls. 'Tis not
the collar or the cut of the garb that makes
the minister, but his manliness.
He may be irregular in features, but he
must be regular in his life. The minister
should not be afraid to preach the whole
gospel, or declare his honest convictions.
In Plnnoa nnd Organs, New nnd Second
Hand. Don't delay calling at our warerooms if
you want a No. 1 piano or organ at a great
bargain. We have made a big reduction in
our prices, and are determined to close out
our present stock of.pianos and organs, both
in the new and second-hand. Our orders
tor spring stock are now being placed with
manufacturers, and during this month we
will make the biggest reduction in pianos
and organs ever offered in this city. We
can suit you in prices and terms. Don't
hesitate to call on us and examine these in
struments, as we have them at all prices.
Our selection of second-hand pianos and
organs embraces all of the fine makes ot in
struments. Priees being low on these.
Call early aud make your selection at
Mellor & Hoene's Palace of Music, 77 Fifth
Attention, Railroad Men.
Chinchilla coats and vests (you probably
call them reefers) are just the thing that
would interest you. We have got about
195 of these garments on hand. They come
in brown and blue and the sizes run from
34 to 44. The regular price far these goods
was f 15, $18, and even $20 for some of them,
but a speedy sale pleases us best, and for
to-morrow only you can take your pick and
choice for $5. So, $5. Positively only one
garment sold to each purchaser.
P. c. c. c,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the
new Court House,
Don't Forget the Sale
Of Royal Worcester, Doulton, Crown
Derby, Pointon and other artistic wares, be
sides real and imitation bronzes, French
marble clocks, lamps, etc, that can be
bought at a reduction of from 20 to 40 per
cent from the market values, at W. W.
Wattles', jeweler and importer, 30 and 32
Fifth avenue. This is an extraordinary ot
fering, as in many cases the prices asked are
less than cost of importation, but our object
is to reduce the stock as much as possible,
prior to sending our bnyer to Europe.
Attention. Railroad Men.
Chinchilla coats and vests (you probably
call them reefers) are just the thing that
would interest you. We have got about
195 of these garments on hand. They come
in brown and blue and the sizes run from
34 to 44. The regular price for these goods
was $15, $18, and even $20 for some of them,
but a speedy sale pleases us best, and for
to-morrow only you can take your pick and
choice for $5, $5, $5, Positively only one
garment sold to each purchaser.
P. c. c. c,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the
new Court House.
REAL ESTATE SAYINGS BANK, UE,
401 Smithfield Street, cor. Fourth Avonne.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $38,000.
Deposits of $1 and upward received and
interest allowed at 4 per cent tts
Muskets, Carbines, Swords and Sabers,
And a great lot of other goods, at almost any
price to close out before April 1, when we
will remove to 706 Bissel block.
J. H. Johxston, 621 Smithfield s.t
Db. O'Keefe's Bitters Ladies clear
complexion, vivacity, robustness. 34 Filth
Liver complaint cured free at 1102 Car
son st, Southside.
Dr. O'Keefe's Bitters exhilarate
without intoxication; a good tonic 34 Fifth
to, $6 and $8 pants to order and $25 suits
at Pitcairn's, 434 Wood street. Thsn.
Db. O'Keefe's Bitters strengthen the
aged and weak. 34 Fifth ave.
PrrrSBUitG, November 28, 1888.
NOTICE. A MEETING OF THE STOCK
HOLDERS of the McKeesport and Besse
mer Railroad Company will be held at the office
of the Company, No. Ill Fourth avenue. Pitts
burg, Pa., at 2 p. xr. on Tuesday, the 5th day of
February, 18S9. for the purpose of considering
and holding an election upon the question of
increase ot the capital stock and indebtedness
of the Company.
By order of the Board of Directors.
Ie5-28 y. T. WALLACE. Secretary.
Pittsburg and Lake Erie
January 24. 1889.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT
a regular meeting of the directors of
the Pittsburg and Lake Erie Railroad Com
pany, held January 22, 1880, It was
unanimously resolved that a special meet
ing of the stockholders of said company
be held at the office of said companv in the citv
of Youngstown, State of Ohio, on FEBRUARY
2b, 1SS9, at lOo'clock A.JL, to consider the advisa
bility of increasing the capital stock of said
company to $4,000,000, and also to consider the
advisability of increasing the bonded debt of
said company from 32,000,000 to 4,000.000, and
issuing the bonds of the company, secured by
a second mortgage, therefor. JOHN G. ROB
INSON. Secretary. Ja24-38-Tu
County Commissioners' offce, i
Pittsburg. January 28. 1SS9. (
THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WILL
hold appeals on the following named dis
tricts as follows, to-wit:
Tuesday. February 5 Third and Fourth
wards, Allegheny City; First, Second and
Third wards of Homestead borough.
Wednesday. February 6 Borough of Wil
kinsburg, Mifflin, West Deer, Scott and Mar
Thursday, February? Thirty-second, Thirty
third. Thirty-fourth, Thirty-hfth and Thirty
sixth wards of Pittsburg.
Friday, February 8 Twenty-seventh.Twenty-ninth,
Thirtieth and Thirty-first wards of Pitts
burg. Saturday. February 9 Fifth. Twenty.fourth,
and Twenty-eighth wards of Pittsburg.
By order of
P. W. SIEBERT. Clerk. ja29-4
V"i abslth; ;
41 Seventh avenue,
. ,. .... ' Pittsburg. Pa.
Telephone 1344. se5-n60-TTS
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square for one insertion. Classified advertise
ment n this page such as Wanted, JrBale,
To Let, etc, ten cents per line or each inser
tion, and none taken or lest ihanflty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branoh Offices have been
established at the following places,
where "Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morninor: l
Advertisements are to be prepaid except -where
advertisers already have accounts with THE DIS
THOMAS McCAFFREV, 33u9 Bntlcr street.
EMIL G. STUCKEY, 24fh street and Penn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY & CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton St.
N. bTOKELY, Firth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER A SHEIBLER,Sth av. & At wood st.
JACOB SPOHN. No. 2 Carson street.
CHAS. SCHWAEM, 1T07 Carson street.
A. J. KAEItCHEK, 59 Federal street.
McBRIUE BROS., Federal and Ohio streets.
FEED n. EGGEK3. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEUS & BON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
I'ERRYM. GLEIM- Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
WANTED-A BARBElt, AT 217 OHIO ST.,
Allegheny. n sfeK-45
-TTTANTED-A RELIABLE MARRIED MAN
V Apply before 10, room 4, 49 Fifth ave.
-TTTANTED-EXPERIENCED WRAPPERS AT
V FLEISHMAN & CO., 504, 60S, 608 Market
-rfTANTED BOY THAT CAN
1 V press and set type. H. AV.
, 75 Dii
Room 42 Power Hall
WANTED-FIRST CLASSBARBERf WniTE):
no other need apply. GEO. WOLF, Jr., No.
36 East Diamond street, Allegheny City. fc5-S0
WANTED-MELTER-Ol'EN HEARTH STEEL
xneltcr; must be experienced, with first
class recommendations. Address X, Dispatch
TTrjANTED-BY THE 1ST OF JIARCH-A 11E
?V LI A BLE droit clerk: who speaks German
and English, and who Is registered as manager.
Address SENNA, Dispatch office. feS-36
-TXTANTED-A CRACKER SALESMAN AC-
V QUAINTED with the trade on II. O. R.R.
to Cumberland; P. R. K. to Tyrone, and A. V. R.
K. to Oil City. Address BOX 95, Allegheny City.
WANTED AGENTS TO SELL CLINK'S
foot heaters and patent fuel for carriages,
wagons, etc.: sells nt sight. Inquire after 3 p. m.,
WM. bEMPLE. JR., 165 Federal St., Allegheny,
WANTED-AGENTS IN EVERY TOWN IN
U. b. to sell Dr. O'Keefe's bitters; steady
work: can make (12 to t't per week. DR.
0'KEEFECO., hon.eops.thlc chemists, 34 Firth
-TTT-ANTED-MAN OF GOOD ABILITY WHO
Tt can furnish undoubted reference, to nil a
permanent and responsible position: state busi
ness, experience and age. Address H. P., Dis
patch office. fe5-79
-VT7"ANTEl-COACHMAN ONE WHO UN-
V DERSTANDS the care of horses and a cow;
must havo good city reference: wages fifty (850)
dollars per month. Apply at NO. E6 WATER ST.,
second floor front. feS-37
TV powder and pure spices: gifts with goods:
coke workers, miners ormlllmen can makemoney
In their spare time. YAMASHIRO TEA CO., 83
Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa. Ja26-88-TTS
VrTANTED- AGENTS GENTLEMEN CAN
T V VASSERS to sell on commission lavator, a
laundry article: readily sold with good profit;
wagon furnished for delivery: applv at once. H.
HOLTZMA-N & SONS, 35 Sixth St., Pittsburg.
TTANTED FEJ1ALE COOK. 'WHITE OR
vY colored, at a hotel 15 miles from the citv;
mnst be experienced and able to cook for GC people:
good wages. Apply to ALEX HUTCHlbOA . A o.
4 Diamond Square, Pittsburg. fc5-l
ninlo nnd Female flelD.
WANTED AT ONCE, 1 GARDENER, 2
farm hands, woodchopper, waitress and
chambermaid for private family, house girls 'and
nurses, 40 cooks and chambermaids, girls for
hotels and boarding honses, washerwoman. MRS.
MEEHAN, 545 Grant st. fc4-99-D
WANTED-LIVE MEN AND WOMEN TO
engage In an easy, paving business at
home: can work daytime or evening and make 50c
to t2 per hour; sure thing: sample and complete
instructions sent free. Address, WORLD
bUPPLY CO.. Rutland, Tt. JaSMlO
WANTED-POSITION BY AN A NO. I
draughtsman. Address C E., Dispatch
TT-ANTED-SHIFP1NG OR OFFICE WORK
V by voung man of experience. Address E.
H., Dispatch office. fe5-49
-VTTANTED-FOSITION AS PLATE ROLLER;
tV 3-hlgh mill preferred; 15 years experience.
Address J. O., Dispatch office. ja31-53-TT8
TTANTED-SITUATION AS COMMERCIAL
V agent by young man of experience: refer
ence furnished. COMMERCIAL, Dispatch office.
TT-ANTED A SITUATION BY A YOUNG
IV man as bookkeeper, or general office work;
hive had experience: good references. Address
G., Dispatch office. fe5-50
"TTTANTED POSITION AS CASHIER OR
V assistant bookkeeper by a young lady: had
two years' experience; can give good reference.
Address J. c. Dispatch office. re 3-43
WANTED-POSITION OF TRUST BY AN
English lady In a private family: excellent
needlewoman: good references. Address VERA,
113 Seventeenth street, Southside. fel-39-Tusu
-rrr-ANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN-POSITION
V. In a plumbing and gasntllng establish
ment: has had two years' experience. Address
APPRENTICE, P. O. Box 650, city. fe5-47
-VTTANTED-FOsrriONS BY ENGLISHMAN
vV and wife as butler and waitress, chamber
maid cr cook: best references. Address JAS.
CHARLESWORTH, 1306 Muriel street, S. S.
WOTED-GENTLEJlAN WITH pub CAPI
TAL to take half Interest In good paving
business, and to take charge of office: only those
meaning bnslness need apply. Address BUSI
NESS, Dispatch office. fei-66
WANTED-BY A MANUFACTURING FIRM,
who are desirous of cxtendiug their busi
ness, a man who has $5,000 to $3(1000 to Invest and
situated so he can take an active Interest In the
management of the business. Address FIRM,
Dispatch office. fe5-C9
-TTTANTED-BY MAN, "WIFE AND 9-YEAR-
V OLD GIRL, room and board; private family;
convenient to car line: plain home comforts; price
moderate: Allegheny City or Fifth avenue caole
line. Address, giving particulars, HOME C051
FORTS. Dispatch office. fe-82
In sums to suit, at 4K, 5 and 6 Tier cent.
GRAEUINU & LYON, 135 Fourth ave. ap6-cl-D
-TTTANTED-RENTS TO COLLECT; MONTH-
V LY settlement with Itemized statement.
BLACK & BA1RD. 85 Fourth avenue. a2$-a29-D
TTTANTED-RENTS COLLECTED FROMFT
V LY; property managed with satisfaction.
ALLES 4 BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
TTTANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
W ERTY. over J4.000; AH per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVEB4CO., 62 Fourth avenue.
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY IN SUMS
from 8800 to 120,000 at 4H to 6 per cent, ac
cording to size and kind of mortgage; no delay If
the title is good. W. A. HERRON A SONS, 80
Fourth ave. fel-48-TuF
TTTANTED-TO LOAN 8500.(100. IN AMOUNTS
V of 83,000and upward, oncltyand suburban
property, on iH per cent, free ortax; also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK A BAIBD,
95 Fourth avenue. se21-d26-D
WANTED-TO BORROW 115.000 FOR FIVE
or ten years on No. 1 property worth over
double that amount; rents for nearly 84.000 per
annum; state lowest rate of Interest. Address L.
M., Dispatch office. feo-43
TTTANTED-TO LOAN 8200,000 ON MORT-
V GAGES; !100 and upward at 6 per cent;
8500,000 at t!4 per cent on residences or bnslness
property; also lu bujuiuiuk imuuucs, o. XI.
KEN OH, 125 Fourth avenue.
TTTANTED-MORTGAGES-ll, 000, 000TO LOAN
T V on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
6 per cent, and on farms In Allegheny and aaja
cent counties at 6 per cent: no money loaned out
or Pennsylvania. I. M. PENNOCK A SON, 105
Fourth avenue. ap7-f41
TTTANTED-BY PEAESON, LEADING PHO
W TOGHAPHER, 95 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he Is making fine cabinets at (1 60 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous process: mhl3-k27
WANTED-INFORMATION OF RELATIVES
of the late Henry Drcan, or Phlla.: pleae
communicate with CARL G. MEININGEK. 1320
North Eleventh St., Philadelphia, with whom he
was as one or the family for 18 years; think he has
relatives by the name of McClellan; adjacent
papers please copy. ft5-6
TTTANTED-IF YOU WANT TO KNOW HOW
TV to write a good business Hand, write a bns
lness letter, add a column of figures rapidly, make
out an ordinary account, write a receipt, write a
promissory note, reckon the discount on It for
days, months and years, and get a general knowl
edge of bookkeeping, penmanship and arithmetic,
attend the College of Commerce, 96 Fourth ave.
W. W.McCLELLANR-Prln. no3-sl00-Tug
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-FINE- PROPEKTV COB. PENN
and Fourth st, : lot 21x110 ft. to an alley, with
large and very desirable bouse of 4 stories. W. A,
HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-ON WEBSTER AVE., NEAR
Erin st., lot 45x100 feet, with brick cottage
of 6 rooms: price 93.000, on very easy payments.
W. A. IIERRON & SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-S4.500-?1,000 CASH, REMAINDER
on easy payments, one square off Fifth ave..
corner Logan and Caldwell sts., brick house of
nine rooms. W. A. HEREON & SONS., 80 Fourth
FOR SALE-SEVERAL DWELLING HOUSES
on line or or near tlie line or the new Center
ave. cable line: a rare chance to 6ecure a bargain
In property sure to enhance in Value. O. i'ER
INGEIi & SON, 103 Fourth ave. feo-93
FOR SALE-ON WYLIKAVE., NEAR GREEN
St., lot 23x114 feet, with two brick bouses on
tne rear part now Dnnginga good rent, wun
room to build In front
:oni on wyue ave.: an lor
12,500 If sold at once. W. A,
No. 80 Fourth ave.
IJ'.OK SALE-3 DWELLINGS-A GREAT BAB
JD GAIN; a good 2-story brick dwelling. No. 2
Federal St., Pittsourg, one door from Wylle ave.,
aod two small brick dwellings In rear; all in good
condition; both gases; always rented to desirable
prompt paying tenants. MORRIS & FLEMING,
JOG Fourth ave. Ja31-71-TTS
FOR SALE-(99)-f!.8X CRAWFORD STREET,
100 yards from Fifth avenue cable; 10 min
utes walk from P. O.; modern 2-story mansard
brick dwelling. 8 rooms, vestibule, inside shut
ters, stone hearths, gas, water, laundry, back
Sorch; first-class repair; good yard; lot 75 feet
eep to alley; very easy terms: a bargain.
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth avenue.
East End Residences.
FOR SALE ON MEADOW ST.. NEW FRAME
house of 6 rooms; bath, basement laundry,
nat. gas, finished attic and all modern improve
ments; lot 30x141; only 4,000. THOS. LlUGB.Tr,
114 Fourth ave. fe3-42-MTurssu
FOR SALE-ON CEDAR ST., NEAR LIBERTY
ave., lot 20x125 to a paved alley: good 3
roomea brick honse, good sione foundation and
cellar, city water, etc.: lOmln. walk from Mlll
vale sta.; 2,000. THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth
FOR 8ALE-"COLTART SQUARE," OAK
LAND If you want a complete and perfect
new home, of modern architecture, examine the
"Coltart Square" property before buying else
where: prices low; terms easy. W. A. HERISON
JtbONS, 80 Fourth ave. fe3-64
FOR SALE-MELLON ST., E. E., ELEGANT
new frame honse about 9 rooms, all modern
conveniences; lot 50x120 to an alley; also 2 new
frame houses. 7 rooms each: lots 25x120: owner
lives out of city: will sell cheap. SAMUEL W.
BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave. fe5-68-IuWFS
FOB SALE AT A BARGAIN, ROUP ST.,
Queen Anne frame dwelling of 11 rooms: re
ception hall and bathroom: bay windows full
height of house: triple windows In library and
room above: ample closets and china cupboard;
artificial and natural gas; good cellar with laun
dry having stationary tubs and stove; hot and
cold water; front and rear porches; lot 42)$xlCS
to a 20-foot alley: good stable on rear of lot: terms
easy. BLACK & BA1RD, 95 Fourth ave. fel-64-D
FOR SALE-S5.000-NEAR FIFTH AVENUE
cable cars, frame dwelling of six rooms and
finished attic, hall, vestibule, natural gas, center
chandeliers, slate mantels throughout, tile
hearths downstairs and slate hearths upstairs,
range, hot and cold water, inside w.c, slate roof,
front and rear porches, cemented cellar under
whele house, laundry and furnace In cellar, china
closet In dining room, hard wood staircase, elec
tric bells: this is a very desirable home and In
5ood location: easy payments. BLACK Is
A1RD, 95 Fourth avenue. lel-CI-D
FOR SALE-J3.00O-A SHADYSIDE HOME.
near station, new Queen Anne dwelling of
handsome design, containing S large rooms and
two finished attic rooms, elegant reception
ball with fireplace and pretty open hard
wood staircase, a very complete oathroom,
good sanitary w. c and stationary mar
ble top washstand, also extra w. c. in cellar, laun
dry with stationary tubs, natural gas range, slate
mantels throughout, electric bells, exceptionally
fine chandeliers and gas fixtures, house complete
ly papered, cemented cellars, bay windows, large
porches; lot 50x120; a good Investment for prompt
buyer; must sell. BLACK & BAD3D. 95 Fourth
TTIOR SALE-NO. 2)6 BEBECCA ST., ALLE-
JQ GHENY, lotlOxloOlt., frame house6 rooms.
W. A. HERRON & SONS, 1
r ourm ave.
FOR SALE HARE CHANCE TWO LOTS
20x60 ft. each, three frame dwellings with lot
4.1x60 ft., and brick dwelling with lot 20x60 It. on
Arch St.. Allegheny. GEO. D. RIDDLE, At
torney, 118 Diamond st. Ja31-78-D ,
FOR SALE NORTH AVE.. FRONTING
parks, 2-story brick dwelling 7 rooms, bath,
h, and c. water, nat. and art. gas: everything in
first-class order: price low: terms to suit; lot 19x
100 to alley. J . C BEILLY, 77 Diamond St.
FOR SALE-ON EASY PAYMENTS, FOUB
new, 6-room houses, with bathroom, w. c,
natural and artificial gas; lotOSxlOO. or larger. If
desired: situated on line of Ferrvjvlllo Ave. Elec
tric roid. Inquire of J. A. MoKEE, 708 Venn
ave., Penn building, room 611. Ja31-72-rrs
FOR SALE-99)-BIDWELLST., NEAR FAY
ETTE, Allegheny, modern dwelling of 8
rooms and attic, bath, range, laundry, furnace,
slate jnantels, porch, bay window, etc.: hand
some lot almost 40 feet front; price, 812.000, on
small rash payment and long time. SAMUEL W.
BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave. fe2-35-TUS
FOR SALE CALIFORNIA AVENUjS. ALLE
GHENY, 2 minutes from Superior station,
P., Ft. W. & C. R. R.. only $6,000, on terms to
suit purchaser, a new Queen Anne frame dwell
ing of 12 rooms, hall, vestibule, walnut staircase,
slate mantels, nat. and art. gas, range, h. and c
water, bath. Inside w. c, and stationary w. s.,
laundry with stationary tubs; registers through
out whole nouse, nice porches, front and rear;
slate roof; lot SOxlGO to an alley; this Is a handsome
residence, and a fine location and at a reduced
price for a few days only. REED B. COYLE &
CO., No. 131 Fourth ave. fe5-34
FOR 8 ALE-THAT HANDSOME BRICK RESI
DEN CE (almost new) on North avenue, Alle
gheny, corner Palo Alto street, fronting on the
parks, 10 large, cheerful rooms: library and sitting
room, lavatory and bath, stationary washstands
with marble tops, and hot and cold water through
out; several elegant Plllard marble mantels:
natural gas; inside shutters; china closets and
Fiantrles, elevator, laundry and drying rooms,
urnace; dry cellar nnder the whole house, etc,
etc.: to be sold at public saleon Tuesday afternoon,
ebrnary6,at2ofclock, in our office, 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg; title perfect; the premises can
be examined any afternoon on presenting our
card, which can be obtained at our office. Terms
from JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., Agents and
Auctioneers, 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE BEAVER ROAD, EMSWOKTH,
P., Ft. W. & C. U.K. ; rare bargaln:rrame house
"rooms; large grounds, fruit trees, natural gas,
good water. BLACK & BAlRD. 95 Fourth ave.
TTIOR SALE FINE BRICK
X? house of 12 rooms, bath room.
iuu u. , .vwu.0, ui.,u iwiu, IIU, BIIU tVLU
water and all conveniences; large lawn with the
finest of shrubbcrr; large vegetable garden, fruit,
etc; at Emsworth, convenient to station. C.
BERINGER & SON., 103 Fourth ave. fc5-93
ITiOR SALE-HANDSOME bUBUBBANBBICK
residence on P. R. R. Just beyond city line
and near station, having ten rooms, double halls,
bath room, range, hot and cold water, natural
gas, together with fine stable and carriage honses;
also 2 acres of ground covered with choice fruit,
flowers; only 811,000; on terms to suit. BLACK A
BAlRD, 95 Fourth ave. fel-C4-D
FOR SALE OR TO LET-ONE OF THE MOST
beautiful suburban places In Allegheny
county; the house is large, containing 15 rooms,
splendidly finished, and surrounded with wide
erandas; It Is completely fitted up with bath
rooms, water closets and natural gas: there Is a
good stable and handsomefowlhouse: thegrounds
are very beautiful and well supplied with choice
shrubbery, fruit and ornamental trees; the whole
will be sold, with from 1 to 5 acres of ground, at a
very moderate price. KNOXVILLE LAND IM
PROVEMENT CO., 85 Knox avenue, Knoxvlllc
borough. . Jal9-9
FOR SALE-VERY DESIRABLE SUBURBAN
home, with stable and two acres of ground,
nicely laid off in walks, flowerbeds, shrubbery,
etc.; on Une of electric road, Pcrrysvllle ave,, Al
legheny; house contains 11 rooms and 1 small
room, fitted up with shelving suitable for storage
and clothes room, also bathroom, w. c, natural
and artificial gas and city water, thus combining
the advantages of the country and all con
veniences or the city. Inquire of J. A. McKEE.
70S Penn ave., Penn building, room 611.
FOR SALE-CHEAP AND IN EASY PAY
MENTS. In large or small lots, by the acre or
as a whole, 130 acres of the finest building prop
erty on Mt. Oliver,, adjoining Knoxvllle and
Bcltzhoover boroughs, two minutes walk from
electric cars; Castle shannon R, R. runs through
the property; It is level, healthful, good water,
partially underlaid with coal, limestone and
building stone; 20 acres timber; the most availa
ble suburban property in the market for dividing
'JJIt.1?.'" a rare cnnnce-..APP1J' at once to J.
nA.UIVon.ProPer!K' 9' ML BAUMGART. 101
S. Nineteenth St.. Pittsburg. Ia29-3Q-TTS
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock. &c
F" OR SALE-NICE PONY, GOOD TO RIDE OB
, 5?v1l.I?0T?00lworilnB hrse and harness.
4ooZ irtuAa AVE. fe5-63
Machinery and Metals.
FOR SALE-2 HORIZONTAL ENGINES. 18x22.
1 Ball engine, 1 small dynamo and 2 lamps and
SSmh hoppera. rendering eMlSf e'e. VLLTEA
lelwirTS lemlaTe" cor.Thlrty.secondst.
FOR SALE-NEW AND SECOND-HAND
machinery: engines from 4-horse power un.
fe.UMrArpniiPS.,eV:4,;ctiIor 'wrlte for prices.
FAHEY A PFaLLER. Faber and Washington
sts., near Union depot. ap24-v35)j-TTS
FOR SALE-ONE 10x18 ENGINE; 1 2-FLUE
boiler: 40-inch diameter, 18 feet long and
stack: all in good condition, and" selling on ac
count of increasing-power and plant. PH03NIX
CLAY FOTTEBYWORKS, East End, city.
FOR SALE-(S9)-MCLAIN AVE., THIRTY
FIRST WARD, or Allentown, nice level lot
25x150; cheap to quick buyer. SAMUEL W.
BLACK & CO., 89 Fourth ave. fe5-o7-TT8
I7IOR SALE-VERY DESIRABLE BUILDING
? lots, 22jjxl20 feet, on the cor. Wylle ave. and
Porter st.. Eleventh ward, perfectly level, with
streets paved and sewered. W. A. HERRON &
SONSNo. 80 Fourth ave. fe2-93-rrs
FOB SALE-ON WEBSTEK AVE., NEAR
. Erin St., lot 19x120 feet, or ?1,000, one-fourth
cash and the balance on easy paymentsrthls Is
but two sqnares from tho proposed Center ave.
cable line. W. A. HERRON A bONS, No. 80
Fourth ave. fe2-83-TTS
at 3 o'clock, and every Saturday tberealter
on the premises, ' 'West End Place. ' ' Thlrty-fifth
ward, Pittsburg: 40 minutes from Fifth ave. and
Market st. ; near the terminus of West End street
car line, ana known as "Halcrman's H1H," at
auction: terms, 85 rash, balance in monthly pay
ments of 85. with interest at 4 per cent. SAMUEL
W. BLACK CO., 99 Fourth ave. Ja20-54-TTS
East End Lou.
FOR SALE BOULEVARD LOTS FACING
the circle and parks; cheapest and best lots
in the E. E. BLACK & BAlRD. 95 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-DESIRABLE BUILDING. LOTS
on Barton St., near steam and cable cars, at
Shadyside. W. A. HEBRON SONS. 60 Fourth
FOR SALE BUILDING LOTS ON OAKLAND
avenue (which Is paved). 3 minutes off Fifth
avenue cable line: very desirable; price and terms
reasonable. W. A. HEBKON SONS, 80 Fourth
FOR SALE THREE ACRES OF BEAUTIFUL
land on Stanton ave., near HUand; situation
unsurpassed: fine fruit and shade trees: price and
terms reasonable. Inquire of D. C. NEGLEY,
6106 Penn ave., East End. Jal9-12-TTS
FOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS, AT DALLAS STA
TION, P. B. It., convenient Jo steam and
streetcars: cheap and on easy terms, situation
unsurpassed: price ranging Irom fWOtoSKIO. In
quire of D. C NEGLEY, 6106 Penn ave.. East
T7IOR SALE LOTS! LOTS! LOTSI-GRAZIER,
S! Bennett and Kelly streets, four minutes' walk
from Brushton station; no city taxes, with city
conveniences; no lot less than 40x137 feet: terms
to suit purchasers. Secure plan from JOHN F,
BAXTER, Agent.512 Smithfield st. fe3-4S-Tur
FOB SALE SEVERAL VERY DESIBABLE
building lots at Hazelwood, convenient to the
station: city water, natural and artificial gas
mains: will be sold at a low figure prior to March
1. GEORGE C. BURGWIN, Attorney at Law,
150 Fourth ave. fel-43-TTSSu
FOR SALE-GLENWOOD, THE MOST CON
VENIENT suburb or the city: only 12 min
utes by the B. Jt O. : 21 trains a day each way;
building lots for sale near the station at 8300, 840O,
S500, S600, sroo, S80O, tl, 000, according to location
and size of lot: terms to suit purchasers. GEORGE
C. BURGWIN, Attorney at Law, 150 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-SHERMAN AVENUE; LOT 40x
110: finest vacant lot on Allegheny parks. A.
LEGGATE & SON, 31 Federal street, Allegheny.
TCTOB SALE-A BABGAIN A FABM OF
X? about 33 acres one mile from Braddock sta
tion. In Braddock township: suitable for garden-
lng, dairy or farming.
FOR SALE-BIG INVESTMENT-10 ACRES
of land fronting river and underlaid with
coal and fire-clay: this property Is situate at New
Cumberland, W. Va. -See BLACK & BAlRD, 93
Fourth aye. fe2-37-2. 4.5.6,188.8.131.52.14.16,19,21.3
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FORSALE O1LLANDS-800 ACRES FEE IN
Wood co Ohio. Three wells on this land;
dally production 150 bbls: 800,000 ir taken im
mediately. BOWMAN & LAMPMAN, Toledo, O.
FORSALE-SS00 CASH; OFFICE BUSINESS:
monopoly; business done by contract; will
payS20O a month for next 6 years: everything
Aaaress jasiux i,r.Aiir.u, uispsicu
XT' OR SALE-STORES, STORES,
drusr. drv roods, croccrv. notion, shoe. tea.
cl&rar anu tobacco stores. baKeries.notels. restaur
ants, confectioneries, boarding houses, coal
works, etc.; 100 good city business chances lor
men or women, si
SHEPABD & CO., 64 Fifth ave.
FOR SALE-A HALF INTEREST IN A LARGE
and successful general store, In a manufac
turing town, online of railroad; last year's busi
ness 70,000, mostly cash; a rare opening to an ac
ceptable man; 111 health the only reason for sell
ing. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., i Fourth ave
nue, Pittsburg. " fc2-27-D
IOR SALE-CORj PENN AND THIRTEENTH
st. : now paving 81. 800 rent per year: lot 50x100
it. to sprinff aiiey; J Dusiuess nouses ana a awen-
ings: price low nnd future enhancement sure.
A. n.zntMjn dcau.ao, ov luunu avenue.
FOR SALE-(99)-WAREHOCSE PROPERTY
on Church ave.. near Sandusvy St., Alle
gheny, frontage of 40 feet on the R. R. and 80 feet
In depth: fine location for business requiring a
B. R. siding; we have sold three of these proper
ties in this block within a year. SAMUEL W.
BLACK & CO.. 99 Fourth ave. fel-58-p
TO LET-NO. 22 ANDERSON ST.. ALLE
GHENY, 10 rooms and late Improvements,
near Ninth street bridge: possession can be had
at once If desired. W. A. IIERRON & SONS, 80
Fourth ave. fe2-50-TTS
TO LET-A DESIRABLE THREE-STORY
press brick dwelling house 9 rooms, finished
attic, laundry, natural gas throughout, heater In
hall, all modern Improvements, Sherman ave..
Allegheny. Applylo ROBERT KNOX, JR., 17
Sherman ave., Allegheny City.
10 LET-A 20-ACRE GARDEN FARM NEAR
Evergreen: good six room honse. stable and
outsiae ouiiaings: immeaiaic possession. Apply
to D. E. FERGUSON, 128 Forty-third St., city.
TO LET-VALUABLE DAIRY FARM IN
Beaver Co. ; 100 acres at sta. on P. & L. E. R.
R.; good bulldlngp, orchard, well wateredetc. :
reasonable rent. Inquire ofWM. MITCHELL &
CO., 514 Wood St., city. feS-53-TTSu
TO LET-DAIRY FARM OF 35 ACRES IN
Nineteenth ward, near Penn avenue; good
dwelling, capacious stabling and plenty of spring
water; rent fWSO. STRAUB & MORRIS, corner
Wood st. and Third av., Pittsburg. Jal5-39
Offices. Dealt Room, cfcc
TO LET-(99) OFFICES AND BUSINESS
rooms in best location; rnll fof prices.
bAMUEL W. BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth ave.
TO LET-FRONT OFFICES IN BUILDING
corner Water street and Cherry alley: rent
low. D. W. C. BID WELL & CO., corner Water
street'and Cherry alley. ja30-28
TO LET-FREE RENT-TO APRIL 1. 1880
Offices, cor. Fifth avenue and Wood street;
ood light and Crano elevator. SAMUEL W.
LACKT& CO., 99 Fourth ave. ja29-85-D
mO LET IN THE
and Seventh avenue
JL Smithfield. Liberty
well-lighted offices, each room fronting on a prin
cipal street; passenger and merchandise eleva
rpO LET-LARGE FRONT ROOM, SECOND
JL fioor, 518 Smltbfield St., opposite City Hall
ana aajoiuing uuqi
Duquesne Hotel, with chairs.
A I'LEJllMO, 10G Fourth
TO LET SINGLE AND CONNECTING
rooms In the Garrison buildings, cor. Wood
and Water streets, and Third ac. nnd Wood
street. Inquire at A. GARRISON FOUNDRY
CO., 10 and IS Wood st, JalS-51
TO LET-DESIRABLE FRONT OFFICES AT
SlOpcrmonth and upward: well lighted, with
wide entrance and hallway: In that fine new build
ing cor. Federal nnd Isabella sts., Alleghenv. W.A.
HEREON A SONS, No. 60 Fourth ave fe2-93-iTS
TO LET-NEW OFFICES: SPLENDID LIGHT.
The Gcrmanta Savings Bank. 423 Wood St.,
having changed the Interior of Its building by
adding 15 large, airy and well-lighted offices, with
all modern conveniences, elevator, etc., offer the
same for rent at reasonable terms. Parties desir
ing a fine location should apply at once at the
TO LET-THE POPULAR HOTEL KNOWN
as the White House, at Perrysvllle, on the
Ferrysvllle plankroad, with 21 acres ofland, good
orchard, barn, stablings, sheds; and also frame
dwelling, with large garden Joining, and every
thing In first-class order: long lease Is given to the
right party. For further Information call or ad
dress THEDAN NEB MEDIC1N E CO., 2)2 Federal
st.. Allegheny City. feZ-15
TO LET-NO. 108 MARKET ST.-3-STORY
business or warehouse; 855 per month. W.
A. HEBRON A SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
BUSINESS HOUSES. f!()R. I.IBPB.
. -., umiuuuu nun xct.T eta., nni rein
separately or togetner. v. a. .ueiucon a sons,
80 Fourth ave. fc5-8S-TWTS
W YLIE AVEN UE, N EA K CHAT-
t: storeroom 18x60 and cellar: nrt.
X HAM street:
and nat. gas. PITTSBURG CO.. LIM., Real Es
tate and Insurance, 138 Fifth avenue. fe5-53-TTS
TO LET NO. 93 WATER ST.-LAHGE 3
story business or warehouse, 160 ft. deep, to
First avenue; elevator: all In good order. W. A.
HERRON A SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
TO LET-CONTINENTAL HOTEL, NO. 13
Carson street, .Central Hotel, No. 17 Carson
street: lot 32 ft. by109 ft.; corner Carson street
and bridge. H. S. KIEHL, Room No. 2, 77 Fourth
TO LET-859-CENTER AVENUE STORE
ROOM and dwelling, 5 rooms, storeroom and
basement: store can be had at any- tune: aU In
good condition: storeroom alone, 818 per month.
PITTSBUBG CO., LIM., Beal Estate and Insur-
Buwi iauuiaTcnuc, ieM.TTS
TO LET-NO. 27 FIFTH STREET. NEAR
Penn, new house 10 rooms. W. A. HERKON
A SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. fe5-83-TTS
TO LET-NO. 8H PENN AVE., NEAK NINTH
street, large dwelling 10 rooms. W. A.
HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
TO LET-NO. 814 PENN AVENUE, GOOD
house; three stories; 10 rooms; near Ninth
A. HEREON A SONS. 80 Fourth ave-
TO LET-BU1CK HOUSE OF 8 BOOMS AND
hall, hot and cold water, natural and Illumi
nating gas; Webster ave.. near Center ave. cars
and Penn Incline. W.J. PRENTICE, 10C9 Liberty
TO LET-AT 827 A MONTH: NEW HOUSE 8
rooms, natural gas: on Elm St., one square
from Fifth ave. : possession can be had at once If
desired. W. A. HERRON A SONS, No. 80 Fourth
TO LET-S20-ARCH STREET.2STORY FRAME
dwelling, 5 rooms, lot 20x60 teet: will take
115 per month till April L PITTSBURG CO.,
LIM., Beat Estate and Insurance, 133 Fifth ave
TO LET-fSO-WYLlE AVENUE, CORNER
Logan, 8 rooms, lanndry: new; most desira
ble residence in the Seventh ward. PITTSBURG
CO.. LIM., Beat Estate and Insurance, 138 Fifth
TO LET NO. 430 WEBSTER AVE., CORNER
house. 6 rooms and finished attic, both kinds
of gas, washhouftc, bath and range: 825 a month;
27 for two families. W. A. HEBRON A SONS.
No. 80 Fourth ave. fe2-93-TTS
JL Bldge avenue, Eleventh ward.
above Fulton, 6 brick dwellings. 4 rooms each.
PITTSBURG CO., LIM., Real Estate and insur
ance, 138 Fifth avenne. fc5-53-TTS
TO LET-827-CLIFF STREET. CORNER CAS
SATT, Eleventh ward, 4 brick dwellings, 8
rooais each; parlor, dining room and kitchen on
the first floor. PITTSBURG CO., LIM., Real Es
tate and Insurance. 133 Fifth avenne.
TO LET 835-ELM STREET, TWO 2-STORY
houses on Elm street, 8 rooms each, bath, laun
dry, etc.; new houses: alley In rear of both, elec
tric bells; modern: elegantly flulshed. PITTS
BURG CO., LIM., Beal Estate and insurance, 138
Fifth avenne. fe5-53-TTS
rpO LET-822-JOHNS STREET, NOS. 2, 4 AND
JL 6, one square from Center avenue, Thir
teenth ward (paved street), 7 rooms, hall, vesti
bule; slate mantel In parlor, both gases. PITTS
BUBG CO., LIM., Beal Estate and Insurance,
133 Fifth avenne. fe5-53-TTS
TO LET-OR FOR SALE-563 FIFTH AVE.,
teu minutes lronl Court Honse; neat two
story press brick dwelling, seven rooms and attic,
salon parlor, bath, range, hot and cold water,
both gases; $30 per month: Immediate posses
sion; terms for sale are 8500 cash, balance long
time on easy payments. SAMUEL W. BLACK
CO., 99 Fourth avenue. fel-27-D
East End Reslaencen.
TO LET-FRAME DWELLING. 1EN ROOMS;
all late Improvements; situate Ulland ave
nue. East End. Inquire GRAFF, UUGUS A CO.,
632 and 634 Liberty street. fe5-70
TO LET-NO. 713 AIKEN AVE., GOOD NEW
brick, 7 rooms, bath, range, both kinds of
gas, well sewered, near steam and cable cars; $30
per month. AV. A. HERRON A SONS. No. SO
Fourth ave, fe2-93-TTS
TO LET-813-ZULEMA STREET-OB FOR
sale 3-story frame dwelling. Fourteenth
ward, Plttsbnrg. flvo rooms; lot 32x70, running
back to line. PITTSBURU CO., LIM., Real
Estate and Insurance, 133 Fifth avenue.
TO LET-818-ZULEMA STREET, FOUR
TEENTH ward, Pittsburg, 3-story frame
house and storeroom, hall, front stairs, pantries;
will lease this property for three years and pay all
taxes, except water taxes, at 813 per month, and
with stable 22 per month. PITTSBUBG CO.,
LIM., Beal Estate and Insurance, 338 Fifth ave
TO LET-NEW HOUSE-ALL MODERN IM
PROVEMENTS: furnished and only a year
occupied; occupant wIU transfer a two-year lease
to responsible party and who will buy the furni
ture, carpets, etc.: splendid chance for parties
about commencing housekeeping; location East
Liberty: handy and convenient to steam cars and
both cable lines: rent moderate. For particulars
address P. 0. 1063, Pittsburg, Pi. fe2-2-TuS8u
TO LET-J20-FLOWERS AVENUE, NEAR
Second avenue, Hazelwood, 2-story frame, 6
rooms; lot 25x100; elegant location. PITTSBURG
CO.. LIM., Real Estate and Insurance, 138 Fifth
TO LET S30 HAZELWOOD AVENUE.
Twentv-thlrd ward, 2-story frame house. 7
rooms and attic; natural gas: porches: lot lJOx
350: nice garden lot; fruit of all kinds; an elegant
residence. PITTSBURG CO., LIM., Real Estate
and Insurance, 133 Fifth avenne. fe5-S3-TT8
TO LET-SOME UNFURNISHED FOUR (4)
room flats suitable for housekeeping, store
rooms and dwellings, with natnral gas. Inquire of
SAMUEL MUSGBAVE, 44 Fourth street.
TO LET-BUSINESS HOUSES AND DWELL
INGS on the line of Penna. ave. and Butler
st. cable cars.
SeeM. P. HOWLEY, 3819 Butler
PERSONAL COURTSHIP: NEW IDEA:7,000,
000 people to select from: 200 chances for 10c;
3, 000 for fl. CLIMAX, Chicago, IU. fe5-57
America, Picturesque Europe, Picturesque
Palestine, Art Treasures ot Germany and 30. COO
more books In all departments or literature.
LEVI'S BOOK STORE, Seventh Ave. Hotel
PERSONAL YOU WILL BE A LONGTIME
dead, but a short time alive, so benpand
make the best of It: see that vour wearing apparel
always looks neat and tidy. DICKSON, the
Tailor, of 65 Fifth avenue, corner Wood street,
second floor, makes a specialty of fine cleaning
and repairing: give him a trial. Telephone 1558. Ja8
KEMOVAL AVE HAVE REMOVED OUR
news depot from the old place to No. 1314
Seventh ave., Beaver Falls, Pa.; all Pittsburg
papers and periodicals can be had there; all pay
ments for papers to be made there also on and
after the 6th day of February. A. HAGEMANN
A SON. fe5-56ll
DEPART3IENT OF PUBLIC WORKS,
EOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
reports of Viewers on the openinc of
ler street, from AVilkins avenue to Forbes
avenne: Glenwood avenue, from Second avenne
to Lot 38 in Plan of Upper Glenwood, and Dal
las avenue, from Irwin avenne to Forbes ave
nne, have been approved by Councils, which
action will be final, unless an appeal is filed in
the Court of Common Pleas within ten (10)
days from date. E. M. BIGELOAV,
f e2-22 Chief of Department of Public Works.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS, 1
Pittsbubo. Feb. L 18S9. f
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
reports of Viewers on the construction of
sewers on Nineteenth street, from Penn avenue
to the Allegheny river; Linden and McPherson
streets, from Edjjerton avenue to Fifth avenue
extension; Our alley from Stevenson street to
Logan street; AVestminster street, from Pit
cairn street to Lilac sewer and Lilac street,
from AVostminster street to a point near Elmer
street, havo been approved by Councils, which
action will be final, unless an appeal is filed in
the Court of Common Fleas within ten (10)
davs from date. E. M. BIGELOW.
1 e2-22 Chief of Department of Pnblic AVorks.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WE
havo purchased of L. p. Rider his patent,
dated July 9, 1875, for improvement in casting
axle boxes and other tubular articles, and tbat
all parties infringing said patent will be held
strictly accountable. KINZER & JONES.
Pittsbubo, January 17, 18S9.
KINZER & JONES,
101 TO 111 PENN AVE.
Seamless Axle Boxes,
Pipe Balls and
Fine Gray Iron Castings
A specialty. ja!9-77-TT&
REOPENED FEBRUARY L 1889.
Extensive alterations have been completed.
Hot and cold sea-water baths attached. Every
room heated by steam. G. WATERS.
AVM. E. COCHRAN.Chief Clerk. feS61-TTSSu
HOT SPRINGS, N. O.
MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL.
First-class in every particular. Steam Heal,
Open Fires. Porchesrincloied in glass. Superb
Location. Ideal Climate for the debilitated.
Baths in Marble Pools, Finest in America;
Waiers unexcelled anywhere In curative power
or luxury. G.K.LANSING,
(Late of Astor House, N. Y.) Manager.
OLD POINT COMFORT,
100 yards from FortMonroe; open all the year,
accommodates 1,000 guests; admirable location;
delightful climate; thrilling historic surround
ings. Turkish, Russian, Roman, Electric and
HOT SEA baths, the latter especially beneficial
in rheumatic troubles. Music by the famous
Artillery School Band. Glass-inclosed verandas.
Average temperature for winter 18. Absolutely
free from malaria. All things considered, the
most comforatable and delightful resort at
which to spend the winter months in the United
States. Send fox descriptive pamphlet.
no27-yJ-xnrStt F. N. PIKE, Manager,
Law oflices CHARLES F. McKENNA, 116
of administration cam testamento annexo
on the estate of the late Thomas E. Pollard,
of the city of Pittsburg, deceased, having been
granted to the undersigned, all parties In
debted will make immediate payment and
those having claims wUl present the same duly
probated without delay, at office and ware
honse, corner of Penn avenne and Eleventn
Street, Pittsburg. MRS. M. E. POLLARD.
fe5-96-Tn" Administratrix C. T. A.
rl THE COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS
of Allegheny County In the matter of
transfer of license at No. 49 March session,
18S8, from Thomas E. Pollard by M. E. Pollard,
Administratrix c. t a. of Thomas E. PoUard,
deceased, to M. E. Pollard, widow and sole de
visee of said decedent. Notice Is hereby given
that on Friday, February 15, 18S9, at 10 o'clock
A. M., the application for transfer of wholesale
license ot Nos. 1014 and 1016 Penn ave., corner
of Eleventh st. Fourth ward, city of Pittsburg,
from Thomas E. Pollard, by his Administratrix,
to M. & Pollard, sole devises and widow of de
cedent, will be heard by said court, at which
time all persons interested for or against the
transfer of said license shall be heard.
feo-02 D. K. McGUNNEGLE, Clerk.
TO JOSEPH SLACK AND MARX" ANN
SLACK, his wife, and all others, the heirs
and legal representatives of Matthew Fielding,
late of the county of Allegheny, In tho Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania, deceased-
Yotf are hereby notified that John F.AVheless,
William S. Riddle and Elizabeth Riddle Payne,
Elaintiffs, have filed a bill against yon and
aurence W. Prophater in the Court of Com
mon Pleas No. 1 of Allegheny county, in said
Commonwealth, at No. IU March Term, 1SS9,
the substance whereof is as follows, viz:
The said plaintiffs are the owners and are in
quiet possession of a piece of land in the First
ward. City of Allegheny, Pennsylvania, being
lots Nos. 2 and 3 in the plan laid out by Edward
Stephens, recorded in Deed book vol. 83, page
63, said lots together having a frontage on the
northeasterly side of South avenue, formerly
Sank lane, of CO feet and a depth of 150 to an
Matthew Fielding, about the year 1816, by
deed dnly executed, conveyed and delivered
gossession of said premises to Edward AV.
tephens. The title of said Stephens is now
duly vested In said plaintiffs. And said Stephens
and his vendees and elaintiffs have been since
about the year 1813 in notorious, adverse, con
tinuous and exclusive possession of said premi
ses. Said deed from Fielding cannot be found,
and Is believed to have been lost.
Laurence AV. Prophater, ono of the heirs of
Matthew Fielding, asserts that plaintiff's title
to said premises is invalid, and that be and yon
are the true owners thereof, and thereby pre
vents plaintiffs from selling the same. And the
object of said bill is to obtain from the court a
decree that plaintiffs' title to said premises is
good and valid in law and equity, and to compel
you and Laurence W. Prophater to release to
plaintiffs all your claims to and Interest in said
premises as heirs and legal representatives of
Matthew Fielding, deceased, if any such inter
est yon have.
And the plaintiffs, having made search for
yon in Allegheny county, and not being able to
find you, made affidavit thereto and presented
tho same to court. Wherenpon the court have
made this order:
"And now to wit, February 2,1889, the fore
going affidavit is presented in open court, and
upon consideration thereof, it appearing to tbe
Court that Joseph Slack. Mary Ann Slack and
all others, tbe heirs and legal representatives of
Matthew Fielding, late of the connty ot Alle-
fheny in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
eceased, defendants in the case, cannot npon
diligent search and inquiry be found so as to be
personally served with process, and upon
motion of H. and G. C. Bnrgwin, attorneys for
plaintiffs, it is ordered that the said Joseph
Slack, Mary Ann Slack and all others, the heirs
and legal representatives of said Matthew
Fielding, be notified and required to cause an
appearance to be entered for them on or before
the first Monday of March, 1889, to the bill of
complaint filed against tbem in this case, and
that a copy of this order and a statement of the
substance and object of said bill be published
as provided by law in the Pittsburg Dispatch
once a week for three weeks."
Note. If you fail to comply with above di
rections by not entering an appearance in tbe
Prothonotary's office on or before the first
Monday of March, 1889, the bill will be taken
pro confesso, and a decree made against yon in
your absence. H. &. G. C. BURGWIN.
Attorneys for plaintiffs,
150 Fourth ave.. Pittsburg.
February 2. 18S9. fe5-41-Tn
Q-RAND OPERA H0D3E-EXTRA !
The Event of the Season !
One week only, including
MATINEES WEDNESDAY and SATUR'Y,
Engagement of the Beautiful Young
(Under tbe Management of Colonel Wm. E.
Sinn, of the Park Theater.Brooklyn,) in
Robert Buchanan's Delightful,
Sparkling, Witty New Play,
Presented with Magnificent Scenery and the
same Superb Company intact, which made
"FASCINATION" the Leading New York
Attraction lor 57 Consecutive Perform
ances this season. Since then Boston.Brook
lyn, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washing
ton have been FASCINATED with
The world-renowned phenomenal pianist,in
TWO (2) GRAND ROSENTHAL CONCERTS
At Old City Hall,
MONDAY and TUESDAY EVENINGS,
February 1 and 5, 1889,
Assisted by the famous Austrian bov violinist,
MASTER FRITZ KREISLER.
Chas.E. Pratt Accompanist
Admission (including reserved seat) SI 00
-G9Seats at Kleber's, commencing Wednes
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Every evening. Matinees Wednesday and
Saturday. EVANS AND HOEY in their now
edition of Hoyt's, "A PARLOR MATCH."
AVeek February 11 Cora Tanner In "Fas
ARRY AV1LLIAMS ACADEMY
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Satnrday,
FRANK JONES as "SI PERKINS."
The Pughtown Band. The Apple Bee, Etc., Etc
AVEEK OF FEBRUARY!.
The Gilt-Edged Specialty Co. T. J. Hefron,
one-legged song and dance artist; Miss Beatrice
Vaughan; Mr. Josef Tyson.
Open from 10 A. jr. until 10 p. jr. fel-12
ART EXHIBITION PITTSBURG
School of Design, Penn Building. Exhi
mtionfrnm 10 A.M. to 5 r. M. Opens TUES
DAY, FEB. 5, continuing during the week.
Admission free. Soring terms begins Feb. 12.
A. W. HENDERSON, PrincipaL
MINNIE PALMER MINNIE PALMER.
Next week-"The Still Alarm." fe5-21
TT ARRIS' THEATER
Every afternoon and evening,
DR. JEKYL AND MR. HYDE.
Next week, "A Bunch of Keys." fel-16
ELECTION CENTRAL BANK, PITTS
BURG The annual election for Direct
ors of this bank will be held at the banking
house, No. 17 Fifth avenne, on TUESDAY,
February 12, 1889, between the hoars of 11 a. m.
and 1 P. M. M. HUNNINGS, Cashier.
office of the 1
Pennsylvania Construction Co.,
No. 132 First avenue, citv.
ELECTION THE ANNUAL MEETING
' of the stockholders of tbe Pennsylvania
Construction Companv will be held atthe office.
No. 132 First avenue, "on MONDAY. February
11, 18S9. between tbe hours of 12 31. and 1 p. M.,
for the purpose of electing five (5) directors to
serve for the ensuing year.
ja3I-S9 AV. N. VOEGTLY, Secretary.
Pittsbubo and Chicago Gas Coal Co., j
Pittsburg, Pa., January 22. 1889. J
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of this company to electa
President and Board of Directors for the en
suing year, and to transact such other bnslness
as may be necessarv, will be held at Room 11,
Bissell block, on TUESDAY, February 12, be
tween the hours of 3 and 1p.m.
J. A. SMITH,
Pittsburg and Castle Shannon!
General Office. Carson street.
Southside, Pittsbubo. February 4, 1889.1
TILECTION THE ANNUAL MEETING
JCi of the stockholders of this companv will be
held at this office on TUESDAY, February
19, 1889, between the hours of 2 and i p. H. for
the purpose of electing a President and ten
directors, to serve during tbe ensuing year and
for the transaction of such other business as
may properly come before them. E. J.
REAMER, Secretary and Treasurer, fe3-ll-D
HDUBEB FDR ALI
FOR SALE aM MET.
3 rooms up to 10 rooms. In the beautiful
borough of Knoxvllle, only 1 miles front
Beantiful homes are sold on payments the
same as rent.
Bv all means visit Knoxvllle before taking
( yonr honse for another year. Never have
tnere oeen suca opportunities ior people to
4STake Southside cars to Twelfth street,
and Mt. Oliver Incline and Street Railway, or
to Thirteenth street, and the Electric Railway.
KNOXVILLELAM) IMPROVEMENT CO.
OFFICE, 85 KNOX AVENUE
fe87 KNOXVILLE BOROUGH.
ONLY THREE suitable fof office or
general Dusinesa purposes. In the new DIS
PATCH building on Diamond street, now re
THOSE WHO WISH MS
nation in the city, with tbe conveniences of
lassenger and f reighfelevator service, electric
igntanuaieam-neannc; snonia appiv at on
to the new DISPATCH BUDLDING.
Nos. 75. 77 and 79 Diamond street.
Dwelling houses that can be converted into
bnslness properties: prices from 5,900 to $12,
000, on payments of 1500 cash and balance on
longtime. Properties now paying fair rate of
Interest, and enhancementis certain. SAMUEL
W. BLACK & CO, 99 Fourth avq.
CONSUME YOUR' OAVN GARBAGE ET
stoves and ranges while using the same f ot -cooking,
or any other purpose, by using the
Eureka Garbage Burner. For illustrative cir. -cular,
containing full Information, call on ot
53 East Diamond street,
je5-n57-TT3 Allegheny. Pa.
GEO. H. BARBOUR.
Surveyor, Draughtsman and Designerof
Bridges Roofs and Mill Bnildlngs,
Room 62 Eisner Building-del2-k66-r
61 FIFTH AVENUE, Pittsburg.
WALTEH J. OSBORNE. RICHARD BABBOW3.
BARROAVS & OSBORNE
SO Diamond street.
Telephone No. 812
piTTSBURG FEMALE COLLEGE
Unsurpassed for health and comfort. Music,
elocution, fine arts, English literature, classics,
French. German, etc. Full courses of study.
Largest and best equipped school for ladies.
Twentv-three Instructors. The next term will
begin January 29.
Send for catalogue to
REV. A. H. NORCROSS, D. D..
Ja6-13-Tns Pittsburg. Pa.
AUCTION SALE OF AVRECKED
freight, at 311 Market street. TUESDAY
AFTERNOON at2 o'clock, embracing in part
shoes, ladies' coats, dishes, notions, fancy goods,
groceries of all kinds, shades, carpets, etc- etc
HENRY AUCTION CO., LIM., Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALE OF 2 PIANOS. HALL,
room and stair carpets, in brussels, in
grain and rag; parlor suits, in plush.Drocatelles.
silk and haircloth: chamber suits, folding beds,
cabinets, wardrobes, bedsteads, sideboards,
extension tables, mirrors, pictures, easy chairs,
rockers, bed lounges, springs, mattresses,bang
ing lamps, rugs, curtains, bedding, stoves, etc.,
TUESDAY MORNING, Februarys, at 10
o'clock, at No. 311 Market street. HENRY
AUCTION CO., LIM Auctioneers. f e3-71
ADJOURNED ASSIGNEE'S SALE
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 7, at 10 A. Jr.,
will be sold a: public auction, on the premises,
corner of Carson and Eighteenth streets.Twen-ty-sixth
ward, Plttsbnrg, the Farmers and Me
chanics' Bank building, and lot 40x120 feet,
either as a whole or in two or three parts.
Also, on the same day, at 2 P. jr., on the
premises. Maple street. Twenty-seventh ward,
will be offered for sale nine building lots in
the plan of the aforesaid bank, adjoining the
school yard and gronnds of St. Michael's
Church. L H.SORG.
H. I. BERG, Jb..
L. S. CUNNINGHAM,
A RED FLAG.
The wholesale Jewelry store of Chas. Zug.
smith, Jr., corner AVood st. and Sixth ave.,
will be sold ont at public auction, commencing
on Monday, February 4. and continue until the
entire stock is disposed of. The stock is com
posed of diamonds, jewelry. Howard and Elgin
watches, silverware of tbe Rogers and Meriden
make, Seth Thomas marble and Ansonia
enameled clocks, safes, show cases and coun
ters. Mr. Zugsmlth Is retiring from the jew
elry business. All articles will be sold to the
highest bidders. Don't forget. MONDAY,
FEBRUARY 4, at 9:30 o'clock A. 31.
J. A. ROBINSON,
TO CONTRACTORS FOR
ELECTRIC LIGHTING. .
Office or the
Board or public Improvements,
St. Louis, January a, 1889. )
Sealed proposals for the public work hereinafter
mentioned will be received at the office of the
Board of Public Improvements of the City of St,
Louis, Mo., until 12 m. of the 23th day of February,
1889, aVwhlch hour they will be publicly opened;
and read, viz. :
For lighting with electricity for the term of ten
years from January 1, 1399, tbe streets, pnblls
places aud snch public buildings as may be desig
nated In the following districts of the City of SC
Louis, Mo., viz.:
Letting No. 2,503. The district described as the
southern district In ordinance numbered 14, 637, ap
proved December 29, 1383.
Deposit required, tiOCO.
Letting No. 2. 504. The district described as the
northern district in ordinance number 14,697, ap
proved December 29, 1888.
Deposit required, 15, 000.
Bidders wiil state prices per annum at which are
lights of 2,000-candle power each, or incandescent
lights, of 30-candIe power each, will be furnished,
operated and maintained, for lighting streets and
r mbllc places: also prices per annum at which are
Ights, of 2, COO-candle power each, or incandescent
lights, of 16-candle power each, will be furnished,
operated and maintained for lighting public build
lngs. Everything required for the aboveelectrlc light
ing shall be furnished and maintained by the con
The contract with the city will carry the privil
ege of furnishing electricity for light and power
to private parties and corporations along the
lines of distribution.
The contract will contain stipulations by which
tbe City of St. Louis may acquire the entire elec
tric plant and appurtenances at the expiration of
Bidders must submit with proposal... general
and detailed plans and specifications or the pro
posed system of distributing the electricity, mode
of supporting the lights and wires, and of safety
Proposals must be made on blank forms and In
closed In envelopes furnished by the Board of
Public Improvements. The certificate of the
Treasurer of the City of bt. Louis that the sum o(
15,000 has been deposited In the treasury must be
Inclosed with tbe proposal. ,
Tbe right to reject any or all proposals Is ex
SpecIUcatlons form of contract and plans of the
districts to be lighted, may be seen at tbe office ot
the President of the Board of Public Improve
ments or the City of St. Louis, on and after Janu
ary 23, 1889.
Any contract let hereunder Will require the ap
proval of tbe Municipal Assembly by ordinance.
By order of the Board.
... . President,
EJWBYS. rOSTZR. ,