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THE irraSBURd DISPATCH. ." STjSrolT?; ' -APKLL 28, vl889.
IT IS KORNBLUM'S.
LPittsburs Can Now Boast of Ono Fine
yf Optical wore at Least.
Kornblum, the well known optician, now
.occupies the entire building No. CO Fifth
avenue. A reporter visited his place ot
business yesterday, and fonnd his saleroom
elegantly fitted out with all the modern
In the forward part of the store is a pri-
Tate parlor, handsomelv equipped, used
-, only for fitting glasses; in the rear is an
other apartment where the costly glass eyes
are kept in large safes, and -where Mr.
Kornblum skillfully duplicates ruined
On the third and top floor is the -workshop.
Mr. Kornblum insists on making
everything pertaining to his business him
self, something -which very few opticians
can do. The second floor is given up to
surveyors' instruments, photographic out
The storeroomjs full of the finest optical
poods, imported field, tourist and opera
glasses, made especially for Mr. Kornblum's
trade. Without question Mr. Kornblum
has one of the best optical establishments in
the country, -which, combined -with his great
skill as an optician, has given him and his
store a national reputation.
A Soap Centennial.
Since the centennial of Washington's in
auguration is to be celebrated in such regal
.style throughout the countrv, another event
cannot be overlooked, which all loval citi
zens should sanction and give thanks for
the invention and existence of Pears'
Soap. Jt is the purest, cleanest, most ele
gant and economical of all toilet articles,
therefore the best and most attractive of all
soaps. As a complexion specific it cannot
be equaled, and its other sterling qualities
render it invaluable to any one w ho -wishes
to be cleanly.
One hundred years has it been held in
highest esteem, and this year is the anniver
sary of Queen Charlotte's visit to Pears'
establishment, -where she purchased this
valued article for her complexion. She
prized Pears' soap above all others, and
''set the style" among her subjects, -who
' nsed it as -well as every other people
throughout the civilized world, therefore
conclusively proving that Pears' soap is
-without a peer.
MAKTHA "WASHINGTON CAKE.
One pound granulated sugar, half pound
cutter; beat these to a light cream; then add
in four parts (beating light each time)the
well-beaten -whites of twelve eggs; stir into
this one cup sweet milk, one teaspoonful of
extract bitter almond, and one and one
fourth pounds of flour, having mixed thor
oughly through the dry flour one and a half
measures ot "Banner" Baking Powder;
bake one hour in a slow oven. For the
icing, take two and a half enps granulated
sugar, half cup water, boil three minutes;
when cool, add the -whites of threa eggs,
slightly beaten, and one teaspoonful of ex
tract of bitter almond.
The "Banner" Powder is made from the
f j highest test (99 per cent) pure cream tartar.
Zt does not contain alum, ammonia or bone
- dust; therefore it stands at the head of the
' list for perfect purity. Many families have
used the "Banner" Powder for 25 years.
Order a pound can with the "Banner"
Recipe Book from your grocer; if he cannot
supply the book send vour address to B. B.
P. Co., P. O. Box 245 Pittsburg, Pa., and
we will mail it.
HOUSE CLEANING MADE EAST.
"Scourene" to clean windows.
"Scourene" to clean woodwork.
"Scourene" to clean bath tubs.
"Scourene" to clean tinware.
"Scourene" only 5 cents a cake.
60 bemxaxts of table linen from 1J to
" 3J yards in length, bleached, half bleached
and turkey red, greatly reduced to close.
MWTStt HUGTJS & HACKE.
JN JOHN GREY AND LAUREL COUN
CILS Nos. 219 and 128. Jr. O. U. A. M., will as
semble at 515 Fifth avenue at 12 o'clock, April
0. uniformed for parade in East End.
o2S-19 Bv order of C.
J All anion stonemasons are requested to
meet in Grand Armv Hnll. No. 78 Fourth ave
nue, on TUESDAY EVENING. April 30, at 8
o'clock sharp. Business of importance to be
transacted. By order of the President. ap28-13S
PLEASANT VALLEY BUILDING AND
Loan Association, of Allegheny Share
holders are requested to bo present at the
meeting TUESDAY. April 30, for the nomina
tion of officers and directors for the ensuing
year, and for the transaction of othei business
of importance. GEO. W. LANZ, becretary.
-TOTICE MEMBERS OF MACINTOSH,
1 Hemphill & Co. Employes' Beneficial
Associati m are requested to meet at the works
on MONDAY, APRIL 29, 1SS9. at 12 o'clock
sharp, to attend the funeral of our late asso
ciate, William H. Morton. Friends are re
spectfully invited to Join -with us.
W. it POWELL, President
W. F. BUTTON. Secretary. ap28-107
-TOTICE MY WIFE. MRS. MARY AN
i DERbON, has left my bed and board
without just cause and provocation. I hereby
notify all persons I will not be responsible for
any debts contracted lv her until further
notice. ROBT. W. ANDERSON. ap2S-139
Aran. 27. 1SS9.
AT AUCTION-THE FINEST LINE OF
parlor goods in the two cities, chamber
suits, fine carpets, eta, TUESDAY MORN
ING. April 30, at 10 o'clock sharp. No. oil Mar
ket street. Positively your last chance to nny
fc. a handsome parlor or chamber suit at your
own price, as this sale will close out the bal-
.ance of the large consignment of high class
soils. English nig, satin damask, silk tapestry,
f silk and crashed Dlushes, brocarelle, rep and
jhair cloth suits, all spring edges, hair filled ana
finished in the very best of manner; chamber
salts in -walnut, oak, natural and stained
cherry, full marble tops, hind carved, veneer
panels, French bevel nlate glasses on bureaus
and washstanos. chiffoniers, wardrobes, fold
ing beds, bed lounges, dressers, bedsteads,
-vrashstands, bookcases, cheval and pier mirrors,
cabinets, china closets, sideboards, chairs,
tables, rockers, linoleum, rags, curtains, Brus
sels and ingrain carpets, lamps, pictures,desks,
refrigerators, stoves, eta Goods now on exhi
bition.. HENRY AUCTION CO, LIM..
AUCTION SALE 90 BUILDING LOTS
in Kreillng's plan, Perrysville are.,Tenth
ward, Allegheny City, situated one-quarter of
a mile this side of the terminus of the Federal
street and Perrysvile Electric Railway, ad-
ioining the Watson property; commencing
10NDAY, APRIL 29, 18S9, at 2 o'clock P. it..
end continuing thereafter every Monday until
sold. Bale positive, to the highest bidders.
Parties desfring-to purchase a home or make
an Investment, should attend,, these sales.
Terms easy, to suit purchasers. For farther
information and free excursion tickets, call at
SWINDELL & OTTERSON'8 STORE, cor.
Federal and North Diamond sts, Allegbenv
"Jv?r siITHSONn MUimts, auctioneers
and Ral TTb..... A M.ta -Rswim fK Ptfiner Ttnflri.
KV ncVcr- Flttn aveT and Wood st, Pittsburg.
.vu.ejliunq corner ol cnanes street ana
N- JTrrrin avenue. ap23-8
SISffiST1011 IN MASSAGE AND
bWEDISH Mnvpirewr TREATMENT.
S-lJiST?.0SJS?ncln5 lt of May. AXEL C.
TllSixtb ave Piush,. Pi AUn tiMltK
ggymnartics for children. ap28-18
Display advertisements one dollar ptr
square for one insertion. Classified advertise
menu on this page such at Wanted, for Sale,
To Let, etc, ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken or lest Vian fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
BRANCH OFFICES. ,
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion nest morning:
Advertisements are to he prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with TBI DIS
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 33o9 Butler street.
K.MIL G. STUCKET. nth street and l'enn ave.
E. G. bTUCKEY 4 CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton it.
H. STOKELY. Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, CO Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER & 5HEIBLER, 6th av. S. Atwood St.
JACOB SPOHN. No. ! Carson street
CHAS. SjCIiWAKM, 1707 Carson strest
A. J. KAEItCirEK. 59 Federal street.
H. J. McBRIDE, Federal and Ohio street.
FKIJ) H. EGGEltS. 172 Ohio street.
F. IL EGGEltS bON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCIIENUY, Westernand Inrtnaves.
G. W. UUGIIES, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PEKKr M. GLEHI. Kebecca and Allegheny aves.
-VTTANTED-GOOD TA1LOK-APPLY AT O.
V MULLEK'S, Main street, Clarion, Pa.
TTANTED COAT MAKEH3 AT JOHN
V KA1SEB. & CO.'S. CIS bmlthfleld street.
TTJAMED-OXE FINE HARNESS MAKES
V at E. J. SMirU'S, 37 South Diamond St.,
XIT ANTED BLACKSMITH AND HELPER
V at WEKNKE BROS'. Carriage and -Vatron
Work, McKeesport, l'a. apZ3-45
WANTED-GREENHOUSE MAN TO TAKE
charge of small place In the city. Address
2. B. D., Dispatch office. ap23-43
T7-ANTEU-S OR 6 FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGE
V painters and .trimmers. Apply L. GLES
EN KAlir & SON, Penn ave. ap2S-108
WANTED-A YODNG MAN TO COLLECT
in the city and country; reference required.
Address K. M. Q., Dispatch office. apis-l
WANTED-bTEADY GERMAN BOY WHO
understands care of horseand cow; apply
Immediately. 5S3PENN AVE., E. E. apS-J3
-T7"A-NTED-A YODNG MAN A3 STENOO
VY RAPHER and assistant in office. Address, la
own handwriting, U. S., Dispatch office.
WANTED BOY WITH TALENT FOR
drawing. PITTSBURG PHOTO ENGRAV
ING CO., Dispatch Building, Diamond St.
WANTED-A TINNER WHO BELONGS TO
the union to work on outside work. Apply
Monday A. It. at 31$ BKAVEB AVE., Allegheny.
-rrfANTED-AGENTS IN EVERY TOWN TO
V sell "Boss Bitters:" can mate f 18 to tZi per
week. PITTSBURG BITTERS CO., 34 Fifth ave.
-TTTANTED A BAKER SECOND-HAND
y Inquire at LUTHER CYCLORAMA RES
TAURANT, cor. Irwin and Beech St.. Allegheny.
-TTTANlEt) BOOKKEEPER, ONE EXPE
V RIENCED In planlng-mlll business pre-
Aaarest irijAJjLM ilix.1-, uispatcn
WANTD-Yt)UNG MEN TO LEARN THE
art of ventriloquism (at a small cost). Ad
dress VENTRILOQUIST, 33 Resaca St., Alle
-m-ANTED-AGENTS IN EVERY TOWN TO
V sell Dr. O'Keefe's pills; stead v work; can
make (12 to SIS per week. Dli. O'KEtFE & CO.,
34 Fifth aie. apiS-119
-TVA"1 ED-THREE MEN TO SELL PICT
V UREb and mirrors: best selling line in the
city. Call after 9 o'clock. HOME PUBLISHING
CO. , 547 Liberty st. ap3-114
TTANTED-MEN TO LEARN THE ART OF
V cutting gentlemen's garments; finest system
known; no trying on required: night sessions;
terms m oderate. URLIN G & SON, 514 Wood st.
WANTED-AGENTO TO SELL A PATENT
ledger, advertising cards, fans, mem.
books, rulers, etc.. to merchants: exclusive terri
tory: big profits. MODEL LEDGER CO.. South
Bend, lnd. apl6-53-X0D
-TT-ANTED SWEDES TO CANVASS FOR THE
V new Swedish Bible; Indorsed and approved
ul uj an me Dweuisn ciergy. Apply ai once ior
terms and outfits to P. J. FLEMING 4 CO., 77
Diamond St., Pittsburg, Pa.
VrTANTED A SINGLE MAN, GERMAN
V preferred, -who is willing and compe
tent to work with horses, milk cows. etc. Apply
from 10 A. u. to 12 M. at 117 Diamond 6treet, Pitts
burg. THOMAbM. MARSHALL. ap27-50
Vir AN TED-ENERGETIC MEN DESIRING A
T permanent position in their own district
that will yield then. 31,000 yearly, to act as agent
and sell to retail trade, can address S. B. M AN
DERSON & CO., Philadelphia, Pa. ap2S-40
-TTTANTED IMMEDIATELY A GOOD
r marble cutter and first-class marble
Fiollsher. Address, stating lowest wages will work
Or, no time for correspondence, DUNNING
MARBLE AND GRANITE CO.. Erie. .Pa,
WANTED TEACHERS, INSURANCE
agents, bookkeepers out of employment, or
any Intelligent man who is not afraid to work, to
read our advertisement on third page. KEY
bTONE PUBLISHING CO., Eisner building.
"TrTANTED-A FIRST-CLASS BOOT AND
V shoe salesman to take Charlie Hall's ronte
In Pa.;only thosewho have an extensive acquaint
ance and can command a large trade In that sec
tion need apply. EDMUNDS &. MAYO, Boston.
WANTED bTENOGUAPHER AND REM
INGTON typewriter operator, IS to M years
old, in railroad office; fair salary and advance
ment to satisfactory man. Address application
both in handwriting and typewriting if possible
to P. O. BOX 1047, city. ap2S-44
-TJTANTED-S FIRST-CLAbS MARBLE AND
VV granite salesmen; must have experience in
this line: one for the city of Pittsburg and Alle
gheny and two to travel elsewhere. Address,
stating experience, DUNNING MARBLE AND
GRANITE CO., Erie, Pa. mh!G-78
-TTTANTED-YOUNG MAN WITH TWO OR
VV threeyears' nractlcc at printing, one who
worked on newspipcr preferred: will pay accord
ing to ability, which must be stated iu applica
tion. Address or call immediately at WEST
FENN PKEbb, Natrona. I'a.
-TTT ANTED BAD WRITERS AT SMART'S
VV COLLEGE, 4 Sixth street. Pittsburg. Pen-
manshln. bookkeenlng. latent and best shorthand.
(typewriting, arithmetic etc., thoroughly taught
for J5 per month; Instruction private for both
sexes; open aaiiyvA. xu wvtr. jo. apia-oo-TbbU
-TjrrANTED-S EXPERIENCED INDUSTRIAL
VV Life Insurance agents; easiest company to
work; policies in immediate benefit; 13 tlmos and
20 per cent with no lapses to maVegood; nonebut
first class men need apply. Call on or address
WALTER HOWE, Boom 4, McCance block, Pitts
-rrrANTED-SALEbMEN WE WISH A FEW
VV men to sell our goods by sample to the
wholesale and retail trade; largest manufacturers
In our line: Inclose 2-cent stamp: wages S3 per
day; permanent -positlonf no postals answered;
money advanced for wages, advertising, etc.
CENTENNIAL MAN'F'G CO., Cincinnati. Ohio,
-TT7"ANTED-AGENT3 AND. OANVASSERS
V V be your own employer; ah accurate receipt
for making a lightning ink eraser sent to your ad
dress lor J-J; does the work Instantly and perfect
ly: Immense profits and sells on sight; you can
realize SS 60 on every dollar's worth of material
you buy. R. HILTON. C76 Freeman ave., Cincin
nati, O. ap2S-33
WANTED-AGENTS IN EVERY CITY HAV
ING water worts to ell patent hose
holder; will take any size hose from i Inch to 1
Incli: can beadjusted to any position desired for
watering a lawn; it is the simplest and most con
venient holder in the market; sellsqulckly: pays
good profits: sample sent to any address on re
ceipt or price, tl 60: -write for agency. C. H.
TAISEY. Box 2a4, Denver, Col, j, ,ap28-39-TTSu
-VTTANTED-SALESMEN TO HANDLE THE
VV new patent chemical Ink erasing pencil;
greatest novelty ever produced; erases Ink in two
seconds: no abrasion of paper; SCO to 500 per cent
Srofit; one agent's sales amounted to ten in six
ays: another $32 in two hours; territory abso
lutely free; salary to good men; sample 35 cents.
For terms and full particulars address J. W.
SKINNER & CO., Onalaska, Wis. ap2S-42
ANTED-GOOD STEADY GIRL TO WABH
and starcu in launury; new work only.
WILL PRICE, 47 Sixth at.
TJTANTED A GIRL FOR KITCHEN
W Inquire atLUTHER CYCLORAMA RESTAD--RANT,
cor. Irwin and Beech St., Allegheny.
ANTED-THBEE LADIES OF INTELLI
GENCE and good address; steady eraploy-
zneiit auuvu ptT iu me ngufc panics; rae
required. J. A. MCDEVITT, 103S Penn ave.
WANTED-COOKS AND GIRLS FOB GEN
ERAL housework. Persons wishing first
class female help. -call at EUREKA EMPLOY
MENT OFtflCE, 194 Washington ave., Allegheny.
WANTED-LADY AGENTS-BEST LINE. OF
ladles' and children's furnishing goods;
two new Inventions this spring: S100 monthly:
sump 1W catalogue. E. H7 CAMPBELL i. CO.,
484 Randolph St.. Chicago. ap9-7S-TTEu
-rrTANTED-LAllIES OF REKINKMENTAND
VV energy to note our advertisement on third
page: me nrst iaay we employed made over (42 in
her first 5 days: will pay salary or commission.
KEYSTONE PUBLISHING CO,
ANTED-TWO GOOD DRESSMAKERS. C8
- PENN AVE., second floor. ap28-120
WANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOU8E
WORIC CaUat U FEDERAL sr Alle
gheny, i ap28-127
Dlalo and Female Help.
WANTED-AGENTS, MEN OR WOMEN, TO
sell Missouri Steam Washer to families: ar
guments In Its ravor numerous and convincing;
sales made -without difficulty; croflts large; sent
on two weeks' trial, to be returned at my expense
ir not satisfactory: write for Illustrated circular
and terms. J. WORTH, 54 Beekman, N. Y.
WANTED-POSITION BY YOUNG MAN AS
bill clerk or any kind or light office work.
Address C. G., Dispatch office. ap2S-37-SU
TTANTED-srrUAT10N AS HOUSEKEEPER
VV pr companion for lady or children; no ob
jection to leaving the city: best of references.
Address TRUSTWORTHY, Dispatch office,
XTTANTED-POSITlON BY YOUNG LADY
VV stenographer (Graham system) and type
writer; best of reference given as to ability and
speed. Address LILLIAN, Dispatch office.
WANTED-SITUATION BY BOOKKEEPER
who is well up in the duties or cost clerk,
and has been used to general office work: wages
moderate: can be well recommended. Address
A. B Dispatch office. ap28-s
XV7"ANTED-BY A YOUNG WIDOW OF BE-
vv FlNiJlENT and ability, position as man
aging housekeeper: house of widower preferred;
unexceptional reference given and required.
Address for one week, "JEAN," Dispatch of
Booms. Books. Etc
house with bathroom: centrallv located;
price must not exceed S3, 000 cash. HOUSE, Dis
patch office. ap2S-49
Boarders and Lodscrs.
VXTANTED AT 261 NORTH AVE., NORTH
VV cast Park, Allegheny, gentleman occupant
for first-class fiont room. ap2S-72
WANTED-OCCUPANTS FOR PARLORS;
, carpet and portieres only: also bedroom:
best location; facing park. 23 MONTGOMERY
W ANTED-TWO OR THREE YOUNG GEN
TLEMEN (single) to board ror the summer
In town 16 miles from city; good society. Address
R. R., Box 33, springdale, Pa. ap27-U5
TTANTED-TO LOAN MONEY AT 4K, 8 AND
VV 6 per cent free of tax. W". C BTEWART;
114 Fourth ave. Ja20-2-SU
-fTTANTED-MOHTGAGES ON PROPERTY IN
VV either city: lowest rates of Interest. SPEN
CER & GLOSSER, 419 Smlthfield st. mh23-7
TTANTED-MORTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
VV In sums to suit at 4)j, 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
-TTTANTED -RENTS COLLECTED PBOMPT-
VV LY; property managed "With satisfaction.
ALLES It BAILEY, 164 fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
WANTED-PROPERTY OWNERS TO KNOW
thatweloan money at 4H, 5 and 8 per cent
-without delay. KEED B. COYLE & CO., 131
Fourth ave. apl3-76-TTSSu
rTTANTED-GOOD CITY MORTGAGES IN
VV all amounts, from S300 upward: money fur
nished on short notice and small expense. C. H.
LOVE. 93 Fourth avenue. ap28-102
WANTED-TO INVEST 5,000 TO $10,000 IN A
good paying business, and which will give
employment; small manufacturing business pre
ferred. Address INVESTOR, Dispatch office.
-TTrANTEO-MAN'TO FURNISH CAPITAL
VV to engage in the manufacture of extracts,
essences, oils, perfumes, hair oils, laundry btuea,
glues, inks, mucilage, stove and .shoe polish.
Address C. J., Dispatch office. - ap28-112
TTJANTED-HOUBES TO BENT, RENTS TO
VV collect, mortgages -on city and suburban
property at 4)i, 6 and 6 per cent; property selected
audbougbt or sold on lowest commission: call for
new property list ror April. J. DERMITT, 407
Grant st. sd14-1
cent counties at 6 per cent: no money loaned ont
or Pennsylvania. 1. M. PENNOCK & SON, 103
Fourth avenue. ap7-f41
WANTED-TO INVEST $25,000 TO (50,000 BY
an experienced and successful business
man In some legitimate, substantial bnslness en
terprise where ne would participate in manage
ment No schemes. No agents. Address SUB
STANTIAL. Dispatch office. ap28-81
-TTT-ANTED-TO LOAN MONEY WE HAVE
V V over one million dollars to loan on city and
suburban property at 4K per cent; no tax: we
will also loan money on improved farms in Alle
gheny, Beaver, Fayette, Washington and West
moreland counties; any marketable security taken
for loans or any amount. BLACK & BAIRD, 95
Fourth ave. JeS-a9-su
KDncellanaODio - -
-TTT ANTED-Z5 HORSES AND CARTS; UNITY
VV Branch P. R. R. Apply Immediately to E.
J. GAYNOR, Latrobe, Pa. ap2S-73
-TTTANTED-ONE SET SINGLE AND ONE
V V set double buggy harness: also one good top
.buggy. F. O. B., Dispatch office.- ap28-I43
"TTTANTED INFORMATION IN THE
VV French language; native lady or gentle
man. Address P, Dispatch office. .. apiS-133
WANTED-A GOOD SECOND-HAND RE
FRIGERATOR, medium size, suitable for
grocer, at 23i FEDERAL STREE r. ap2S-71
-TTTANTED-TOBUVORRENTFOR A TERM
VV of years, farm of 5 to 10 acres, within 10
miles of city. HUGO FUCHS, 1145 Penn ave.
-TTTAN'TED-TO SELL-FIRST-CLASS PHOTO
VV GRAPH gallerv located in a town or 2a 000;
doing best business there; only two othersrpil
health the only reason ror selling. Address
PHOTOGRAPHER, W Firth ave., city. ap28-46
-TTTANTED-CUSTOMXRS FOR CASH BAR
W GAINS-Elgin, sllverlne watches. 13,17, S3;
J!lgln gold ladles' watches, S20, S23, t25; nickel
clocks 75 cts.: 1847 Rogers' knives and forks, ft 75
per set. JOHN MITSCH, Jeweler, 130 federal St.
WANTED-EVEHYBODY TO KNOW THAT
H. Terheyden has laid In a large stock of
American watches, gold and sliver, that he can
sell as low as the lowest; remember the place.
HENRY TERHEYDEN, 630 bmlthfleld St.
WANTED APPLICANTS FOR CIVIL
SERVICE Examination questions and full
Information of how, when and where to apply for
Government position sent ror 25 cts. In stamps.
Address NATIONAL ILLUSTRATED MAGA
ZINE, Washington. D. C ap28-118
FOB. SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE ONLY S1.400-CONKLING ST..
hair square from wylle ave., new frame
house 4 rooms, well finished, good lot, etc -J. it.
COOPER CO., 107 Fourth ave. ap27-77
FOR SALE-THIRD AVENUE NEAR NEW
postofllce. brick house 9 rooms, good lot, side
entrance, etc: cheap and easy terms. J. R.
COOPER & CO.. 107 Fourth ave. ap27-77
FOR SALE-H500-BKICK DWELLING ON
Chatham St., near Wvlle ave. : everything In
good order. STHAUB & MORRIS, corner Wood
st. and Third avenue, Pittsburg. ap28-87
FOR SALE-CARSON ST., BETWEKN THLHD
and Fourth sts., 2-story pressed brick dwelling,
0 'rooms; all modern improvements: price low; lot
20x100. J. C REILLY, 77 Diamond st.
-T7OR SALE-H500-KENT S492, CHATHAM
JD st, brick bouse of 6 rooms, with two frame
houses In rear, all In good repair: lot 20x96 to
alley: easy payments. J. R. COOPER & Co., 107
.Fourth ave. aptf-77
OR BALE-GRANDVIEW AVE., MT.
Washington: onlv two sauares from Incline:
only S1.55U; frame house; 4 rooms: corner lot: 60
XI. xroni: agresK uargaia. w. j. ,wmii a uu,t
107 Fourth ave, ap28-142
OR BALE-IA 600 WILL BUT FOUR HOUSES,
each containing 4 rooms, gas and water.
ana vriu rent so as 10 oav ju ner ceni:
lot 30x100, located on Gum street, W. C. STEW-
ART, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-t3,000-WTLlE AVE., NEAR
bom era st, neat frame dwelling, 5 rooms,
hall, vestibule, bath, range, hard wood mantels,
nlcelv finished thronghout; lot 24x100. J. R,
COOPER 4 CO., 107 Fourth ave. ap27-77
FOR SALE-WEBSTER AVE., NEAR ROB
ERTS ST., good brick house 8 rooms and
storeroom, and 6-room brick house lrontlng on
Keating alley, lot 20x127; price only $5,600; terms
easy. J. R. COOPER CO., 107 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE BLUFF STREET, NEAR COL
LEUli new brick houses rooms, hall, bath
room. Inside w. c, finished basement: a complete,
house, all late Improvements: lot 23 feet D Inches
.by 133 feet ROBERT COWARD, No. 20 Bluff
FOR SALE -84.650 -TWO-STORY BRICK
late-roofed dwelling on Robert street; con
tains seven rooms, hot and cold water, marble
mantels, natural gas: lot 22x82. STRAUB 4
MORRIS, corner Wood st and Third avenue,
TTIOR SALE-FOURTH AVE. AND ROSS ST.
XJ magnificent brick dwelling 10 rooms, vesti
bule, halls, bath, w. c, slate mantels, both
gases, cemented cellar, large range; all. modern
conveniences: bargain. ALLES 4 BAILEY. 164
Fourth ave. Tel. 167. apZ7-45
East End Rcsdaencea.
FOE BALE fl,200-TRMS 8500 CASH, BAL.
AN CE f 100 the first year and f200 a year there
after will buy a 4 room house with 2 acres of
ground on Leamington avenue. W.C. STEWART,
114 Fourth ave. ap2I-19-su
OR BALE NO. 341 SOUTH HILAND AVE-
MFTIf V... C.r4 ....... ...all. H ... i J
mansard brick residence, with porches, etc., 10
rooms-aii me moaern conveniences, not ana cola
water, inside w. c, bathroom, etc., both gases,'
heater in cellar: lot 65x140 to a 2o-foot allev. -with
good stable and carriage house; all in perfect
uniti; uiwiiuu is uiuuiuoMcu uy ajiy in mi
.uiBfc cuu, umiK uu luo nuts vi me X lllSDUrg xraj
lion vo. aua sear jra. it. a. ana tue Ultize
Traction Line; this Is certainly the most destr.J
property now offering for sale: It must be cceVo
De inuy appreciates anyone desiring to lootsm It
wiu be furnished with a pass to look at ltswfcP
pllcatlon at, our office. C. H. LOVE, 93 flHrUi
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
Knit End Residence. 1
large lot, situated at Shadyslde. STRAUB Jfc
imiftffw nvni vv nnH ntrirt. und Third avenup.
IOR SALE -FRAME HOUSE,-10 ROOMS, RE-r-frm'TiiN
linil. Upvn hnfhroom. laundrv.
pantries, coachhouse, etc.: lot 153x300 feet; fine
.. .nil frntt li Kfr.inr.N r. SON. 4112 Penn
fawn and fruit, D.BEHEN 4 SON, 4112 Penn
ave. . upia-w
EOR SALE-3i500-AN ELEGANT RESI
DENCE, desirably located on a paved avenue,
with good sewerage. In the heart of bhadyslde;
lot 114x400 feet. VV C. srEWART, 114 Fourth,
new bouses or aye rooms each at Homewnod
Station. P. R. R.: terms to suit. STRAUB &
MORRIS, corner Wood st. and Third ave., Pltts
IOR SALE-fS, 800-ALMOST NEW BRICK
JL resiaence oi eignt rooms. uvv.l,";t
Ward and Wllmot streets, Oakland. STRAUB
MORRIS, corner Wood street and Third avenne,
FOR SALE-S16.000-SUBSTANTIAL NEW
and attractive brick residence of 12rooms,with
large lot; nothing better lor the money in the
East End :1s desirably located on one or the main
avenues. W. C. bTEWART, U43Fourthave.
IOR SALE NEW ABTISTTO BRICK DWELL
ING. 6 rooms, lares halls, nttlc bath, gases.
porches, and large lot 46x120, Rlppey street; all
street Improvements paid for: low price and easy
terms. MELLON BROS., 6349 station st, E. E.
FOR SALE-DESIRABLE EAST END ItESI
DENCE, near Penn avenue cable line: lot l&x
100 feet, with large dwelling or 10 rooms; beauti
fully located on Rebecca st. Oust paved), Twen
tieth wardj. must be sold quick. W. A. HKRRON
& SONS. No. 80 Fourth ave. apl7-80-17.20,25.23
ITlOR SALE-JAOCO-TERMS TO SUIT PCR
? CHASER, substantlaf new and attractive
brick dwelling, having 4 rooms on first floor, 4
rooms and bath on second, 3 attic rooms and all
conveniences: well finished throughout; desirably
located in Oakland. W. C. bTEW'ART. 114
Fourth ave. ap2l-I9-Su
EOR SALE-7,500-TERMS 81,000 CASH. BAL
ANCE J25 a month a new, attractive and
substantial Queen Anne brick dwelling, contain
ing 9 rooms, bath aqd all conveniences: is ele
gantly finished and located in one of the most de
sirable neighborhoods In the East End. . C.
STEWART. 114 Fourth ave. ap21-19-sn
FOR SALE-810.00O-TERMS TO SUIT PUR
CHASER: new Queen Anne brick residence,
having large porches, vestibule: 4 rooms on first
floor, 4 rooms and bath on second and 3 attlo
rooms; well finished, nicely papered and has
tine gas fixtures; good stable on premises; large
lot; located on a paved avenue. In a well-Iin-
S roved and desirable neighborhood. W. O.
TEWAR1, 114 Fourth ave. ap21-19-su
T7IOR SALE-S5.500-BRICK DWELLING, NO.
X? 75 Perry street containing 8 rooms, bath
room, cemented cellar: lot has 24 feet frontige.
BTRAUB & MORRIS, corner Wood St. and Third
avenue, Pittsburg. ap28-87
FORI SALE - , 500 THREE-STORY BRICK
dwelling, No. 64 River avenue: inside shut
ters, marble and slate mantels, etc.; this Is a bar
gain. STRAUB A MORRIS, comer Wood st. and
Third ave., Pittsburg. apS-87
FOR SALE-7, 500 TWO-STORY AND MAN
SARD brick resldenco In Second Ward. Alle
gheny; nine rooms, bathroom, laundry, etc; lot
23x80. STRAUB & MORRIS, corner Wood St. and
Third avenue, Pittsburg. ap28-87
FOR 8ALE-tI5.000-HANDSOME AND HOME
LIKE residence facing on the park, Alle
gheny: will trade for exceptionally desirable
country property. STRAUB & MORRIS, corner
Wood street and Third avenue, Pittsburg. ap28-87
FOR SALE NORTH AVE., FRONTING
parks, an elegant 2-story brick dwelling. 7
rooms; purchasers would do well to examine this
propertv, as the nrlce Is very low; lot 19x110 to
alley. J. C. REILLY. 77 Diamond st
IOR BALE-5,000-FBAME DWELLING ON
Jackson street Second ward. Allegheny: lot
21x170 feet to Davis alley: property offered at this
figure to close out estate. STRAUB k MORRIS,
corner W ood st. and Third ave., Pittsburg.
FOR SALIV-A NUMBER OF DWELLINGS
located on Ridge ave., Lincoln aye., North
ave., and othergood streets In Allegheny. Parties
desiring to purchase will find It to their Interest
to see W. C. bTEWART, 114 Fourth ave.. befoie
FOR SALE-NORTH CANAL ST., ALLEGHE
NY, lot 110x234 feet iTltU a large and spacious
residence: desirable location ror a public institu
tion or manufactory, or would sub-dlvlda to a
great advantage. W. A. HERRON & SONS,
No. 80 Fourth ave. apl7-S0-I7,20,25,28
FOR SALE-6,000-'EASY TERMS, NEW, 8UB
" STANTIAL, attractive Queen Anne dwell
ing, containing 11 rooms and all conveniences:
lot 60x160 feet, located In a desirable neighborhood
In lower part or Allegheny. W. C STEWART,
114 Fourth avenue. ap21-19-su
FOR SALE-A500-TWO-8TORY AND MAN
SARD brick dwelling on Jackson St., Alle
gheny, containing eight rooms, bathroom, etc.;
house In good order, handsomely finished and now
rented ror S500 per year. BTRADB MORRIS;
corner Wood st and Third avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR BALE-fiOOO-THAT ELEGANT NEW
and substantial press brick dwelling (never
occupied), containing 9 rooms, bath, stationary
wa6hstands, laundry, cement cellar and all im
provements, located on Ackley st.. head ot
Monterey st. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR 8ALE-HANDSOME PROPERTIES ON
"The Ridge" at Ingram. bTRAUB & MOR
RIS, corner wood st aud Thlra ave., Pittsburg,
T710R8ALE-AT CORAOPOLI3. PA DWELL
X INGS. large and small; alsaa large number
of building sites and lots. LASHELL & RAN
KIN, 67 Fourth ave. ap28-13
iRSALE AT CORAOPOLIS. P. &L.E.R.R ,
nice bouse of 9 rooms, hall, nantrv. etc. : fine
location: lot 72x145 feet: good well of water, etc:
price only 82,000. LASHELL & RANKIN. 67
Fourth ave. ap2S-11
TTIOB SALE-83.30O-SNCG HOME AT AVALON
F station (West Bellevue), on Fort Wayne road!
house finished In hardwood: lot 63x146 and sit
uated near station. STRAUB 4 MORRIS, corner
Wood St. and Third ave., Pittsburg. ap2S-87
rOB SALE-NEW HOUSE, SIX ROOMS, AT
TIO and hall, heating and Illuminating gas,
chandeliers, slate mantels, tile hearths, water in
kitchen, large porch, river -vvlew. SAMUEL
BLEETH, Avalon station, Ft. Wayne Road.
FOB SALE-I75CASH, BALANCE 815 MONTH
LY, buys new brick dwelling. 5 rooms,
porches, gas, water, etc.; lot 18x100; price. 82,100;
Lillian st, adjoining Beltzhoover borough.
ALLES 4 BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
FOR SALE-AT CORAOPOLIS, E. 4L. E. R.R.,
fine residence of 12 rooms, outside kitchen,
laundry, stable, and X acre of ground: suitable
for summer boarding house or hotel; one or the
finest locations and views in the place.LASHELL
4 RANKIN, 67 Fourth ave. ap2S-13
TJOR SALE-SM.00O-SUBSTANTIAL BRICK
SJ Residence, containing 12 rooms and all con
veniences; lot 1S2X2H; this property Is desirably
located in Wilklnsburg; races two good avenues,
and the ground alone If laid off In lots will sell for
the money: owner refused several years ago 825,.
010 cash. W. a bTEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR BALE TWO ACRES OF LAND, WITH
fine house, 7 large rooms, fruit and shade
trees, grapery.etc.sprlnghouse, water In kitchen;
stable, chicken house, etc.: a beautiful place, sit
uate at Howard station. P. V. 4 C. R. R , near
Homestead; a great bargain If sold soon; by O.R.
TOUDY. Real Estate. Insurance and bteamshlp
Agent 1721 Carson St.. bouthslde. Would proba
bly take other property In exchange. ap2S-I30
FOR SALE LOTS.
TTIOR SALE BLUFF ST.. NEAR COLLEGE,
A? lot 23 ft. 9 in. hyl41. EGBERT COWARD,
20 Bluff st
FOR BALE LEVEL LOT, ON KEYSTONE
ave., nearFirty-seconast;f700. D.BEHEN
4 SON, 4112 Penn ave. ap2W8
TTIOR SALE LOT ON VICKORY ST., NEAR
Chestnut 22x100 to Coward's allev (paved)
price $1,250; bargain.
. nm. .. l .T. -n., . n .'.,'t- .AI
AljLlXJi & BA.lljr.1, iOI
Fourth ave. Telephone 167,
TTIOR SALE-LOTS-WE HAVE A FEW MORE
X! of those 8250 ones left at head or Twenty-second
st Incline on small monthly payments. J.
C. REILLY, 77 Diamond st. ' t ap28-lll-TTSSU
FOR SALE-S300 WILL BUY A BEAUTIFUL
and well located lot 74x175. on Falrmount
avenue, Hi squares from cable line. MELLON
BROS., 634btatlon st, E. E. ap24-38-FSu
FOR 8ALE-LOT3-1 HAVE A NUMBER OF
lots on Carson stand other streets; almost
any locality: very cheap; terms easy; by O-R.
TOUDY, Real Estate, Insurance and Steamship
Agent, 1721 Carson St., Southslde. ap28-130
FOR SALE-9a 000 ACRES GOOD VA. TIMBER
and mineral lands In 3 tracts, on B. It.,
rivers and good floating streams: average price,
81 75 per acre. E. H. BUTERBAUGH, Homer
City. Pa. ap27-8
FOR SALE 147 ACRES SITUATE IN WEST
MORELAND county, 1)4 miles northeast of
Ardara station, only 18 miles from Pittsburg; has
30 acres of coal. Is good wheat or stock farm; well
watered; house of 5 rooms, large bank barn: land
Is rolling, and all under cultivation: price 810,000;
this is the best farm ror the money on the Penns.
K. B, W. C. BTEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
TTIOR SALE-200 ACRES AT ARDABA 8TA
P TION, Pennsylvania Railroad, IS miles from
Pittsburg (as a whole or, to suit purchaser), has a
large-sand stone quarry opened, a large sand bank
and aoout 100 acres or level land suitable ror man
ufacturing purposes; adjoins Carnegie Bros. 4
Co., and only five miles from the new Westing
house Works at Wlimerdlhg, W. C. STEWART,
114 Fourth avenue. ap21-19-su
R SALE 200 ACRES ONHJIir.-R FROM STA
TION. OU Fort Wavne It. H - fUrnnm hnnsp
good bank barn, stable and other unildlngs: 2 or
chards: price 860 per acre: will sell rarm, stock
and Implements on long time, easy payments, or
take real estate In exchange: also80acre-6 miles
from Beaver i alls: house, barn,.orchard, etc., for
tew, Bcuu lur iwih huu. excuange list lusfont.
. F. HCK3T, Seal Estate Broker, Rochester, Pa.
." - p--H
East End Lots.
TJWRBAITE-SEVEKAlj CHOICE LOTS DESIR
JD' ABLY located on Fifth ave., Shadyslde. W.
CSTEWARf, 114 Fonrth ave. . ap21-)9-8u
FOR SALE-CHEAPEST LOTS ON PENN
ave.. near Rebecca St: 860 per foot. D.
BEHEN ft BON; 4112 Jenn ave. ap28-63
FOR SALE-85. 100-COBNERLGT. 68x222 FEET,
Boulevard Place. STRAUB 4 MORRIS, cor
ner Wood street and Third avenue, Pittsburg.
OR SALE A NUMBER OF THE CHOICEST
T lots In the East Knd; will
nay vou to see us
oeiore ouying. w. u,
STEWART. 114 Fourth
FOR SALE-FOR SiS.CU 4 LOTS, 23X100 FT.
each, fronting on- Ellsworth are., west of
Roup St., E. E. Address CHANCE, Dispatch
FOR SALE-ONE DESIRABLY LOCATED
lot 53 ft front; imtnntos' walk from Dallas
station : price 8250. MELLON BROS. . 6343 Station
St., E. E. ap26-6S-TU8u
FOR SALE-82.20O-DESIR ABLE VACANT LOT
on Howe street Shadvslde. BTRAUB 4
MORRIS, corner Wood street and Third avenne,
FOR SALE-$7.500-LOT 110X175 FEET,
located on one or the finest avenues In the
Kast End; Is worth 810.000. W. C. bTEWART. 114
Fourth avenne. ap2l-19-su
FOB SALE-FORTE ACRES OF BUILDING
lots In the East End. For price and terms.
STRAUB & MORRIS, corner Wood st and Third
ave., Plttshnrg. ap23-87
FOR SALE-ONE LOT, 24x100. GRAZIER
street - minutes -walk from Homewood sta
tion; sure to enhance; price 8050: easy terms.
MELLON BROS., 6319 Station st , E.E.
FOR SALE-AN EXCELLENT BUILDING
lot 55x108, Mellon St.. nearsehools,clmrches.
cable lines, B. R., etc.; best neighborhood: price
81,650. MELLON BROS., 6349btatlon St., E. E.
FOR SALE ELYSIAN AVENUE. 3 SQUARES
from 'Torrens station, uear Boulcvaid Plare,
2 choice lots 24x100 each; good location; price S9X)
each. MELLON BROS., 6349 Station .t., E. E.
ap24 -37-Th sn
FORSALE-fSOO-LEVEL LOT. 25x124 FEET
m. or 1., situated near corner of Ward and
Wllmot sts., Oakland: this is $300 below market
price. SfRAUB 4 MORRIS, corner Wood street
and Third avenue, Pittsburg. ap28-87
FOR BALE-CHOICE LOTS AT DALLAS STA
TION. P. R. B . convenient to steam and
street cars; cheap and on easy terms: situation un
surpassed: price ranging from S406 to 8600. Inquire
orD. C. NEGLEY, 6106 Penn ave., East End.
FOR SALE-LOTS IN FRIENDSHIP GROVE
and park ; prices reasonable to parties willing
to erect good dwellings; no better location In
Pittsburgconvenlent to cable cars. STRAUB 4
MORRIS, corner Wood st and Third avenue,
FOR SALE--SHADYS1DE-TWO ACRES
Without exceptlou the most desirable site
lor a tine residence in Snadyslde; two minutes'
walk lrom cable cars; lot 275x315: less than 175 per
ft. front. Call on or address J OHN J . HOWLEY,
127 Fourth ave. ap26-79
FOR SALE SEVERAL OF THE VERY FIN EST
lots on Wlneblddle aveuue; anyone desiring
to build in a first-clan neighborhood will find this
a desirable location: Inducements to parties who
will build fine residences. STRAUB A MORRIS,
corner Wood street and Third avenue, Pittsburg.
OR SALE-LOTS IN FAIRMOTJNT PLACE,
Nineteenth ward, one square from cable cars:
these lots command a magnificent view of the East
Liberty valley: are in a .first-class nelgnborhood
and beyond doubt the best and cheapest lots now
on the market In the East End; inducements
offered to parties who will build good homes on
same this summer. bTRAUB 4 MORRIS, corner
Wood st and Third ave,, Pittsburg. ap26-87
FOR SALE-LOOK AT THIS PLAN OF LOTS
facing on Negleyand Center aves., at Roup
station, and within five minutes of either cable
line; tbe finest location for residence, or the best
chance for enhancement in value, in tbe East End:
all conveniences of city life, with tbe pleasures of
a rural home, at moderate cost and easy terms.
MELLON BROS.. E. E., or JOHN F. BAXTER,
Agt, 512 Smlthfield st apM-79-TTSSu
for laying out In lots. Is perfectly level, well
elevated and desirably located In the heart of the
East End, In a neighborhood that will undoubt
edly be strictly first class; within 10 minutes' walk
of Firth ave. cable cars: has over 8,000 feet of
frontage; owner was asking 83,500 an acre, but
will take 82, 500 an acre If soldby Mayl: terms to
suit purchaser. W. C. SiEWABT, 114 Fourth
ave. . ap21-19-su
FORSALE-S950-LOT 25x187 FT. ON BUENA
Vista st to Perrysville ave.; big bargain:
owner leaving city. ALLES 4 BAILEY. 164
Fourth ave. Tel. 167. ap27-46
FOR SALE-LOTS IN THE "HENDERSON
plan." Nunnery Hill, adjoining the Hender
son mansion and facing tbe city or Allegheny: all
lots have 25-foot frontage: city water, natural
gas, etc. Prices fromSoOO to tL 500, and on terms
to suit; call early. STRAUB 4 MORRIS, corner
Wood st. nd Third ave., Pittsburgh ap2S-87
40x120. J.B. COOPER 4 CO,,
107 Fourth ave. ap27-78
OH 8 ALE-WE HAVE SOME VERY DESIKA
liLE lots ror sale at Crafton. bTRAUB 4
MORRIS, corner Wood street and Third avenue,
on Panhandle rdad; situated near station and
lays well: size 100x150; arRAUBft MORRIS, cor
ner Wood stieet and Third avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-MAPLEWOOD PARK. W1LKINS
BU KG Lots, 40x120 and 40x240, on your own
terms: these are the most desirable lots on the
market J. B.COOPER 4 CO., 107 Fourth ave.
FIR SALE-LOTS AT EMSWORTH-CON-venient
to station: one or the finest locations
on the Fort Wayne Road: large beautiful lots at
low prices: call and see plan. J. R. COOPER 4
CO., 107 Fourth ave. ap2S-142
FOR SALE-20D FINR BUILDING LOTS ON
Lincoln avenue, borough or West Bellevue,
only 5 minutes' walk from Avalon station. P.. Ft.
W. 4 C. R. It. and 10 minutes ride from city, on
line or projected electric road; price from (200 to
8100 each; terms, 825 cash, balance In monthly
payments, without Interest GRAKBING 4
LYON, U5 Fourth avenue. ap25-I2
FOR SALE-LOTS, LOTS, LOTS, LOTS
Maplewood Park. Wilklnsburg. elegant
'building lots, 40x120 and 40x240; 8150 to (400: (10 to
820 down, balance 81. 82 and ft per week; these are
the most desirable lots on the market: 56 trains
each way dally: they are bound to double In value
within the next 90 days. J. B. COOPER 4 CO.,
107 Fonrth ave., or on the grounds every Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday from 3 to S r. M.
FOR SA'LE-ALLEBHENY CEMETERY LOT,
well located; worth 82C0, sell for 8175. Apply
to CHARLES 4 PEEBLES, Church ave. and San
dusky st., Allegheny City. ap28-23
or sale-One large brick' house in
a country village; suitable for children's
home, infirmary or sanitarium. For details ad
dress A. B. W., Box 63, Freeport, Armstrong co,,
FOR SALE OR LEASE-1,200 ACRES ALLE
GHENY mountain coal lands; a fine stream
stocked with trout coursing two miles through;
would lease same to game and fishing club. Ad
dress R 4 S, Dispatch office. ap2S-12
FOR SALE-OR EXCHANGE THOSE BEAU
TIFUL grounds known as "Neshannock Falls
Park," containing 10 acres, on line of railroad;
easy access to city; picnics held dally during sum
mer season; very attractive for summer boarders:
nne ouiiaings ana urives; spienaia ooauugana
fishing: very cheap and a paying Investment to
the right party. GRAEBING 4 LYON, 133
FOR SALE BU&INES9.
JTiOR SALE-SALOON-ONE OF THE BEST
. stands, opposite P Ft. W. 4 C. R. R. depot,
or particulars, address W. O. HOFFMAN, Slas
slllou, Ohio. ap27-97
FOR BALE-ONE OF THE BEST RETAIL
grocery stores in Second ward. Allegheny.
Inquire of CHUIKBHANK PRESERVING CO.,
285 Pennsylvania ave.. Allegheny. ap28-62
FOR SALE GOOD BAKERY AND CONFEC
TIONERY; Ice cream stand; good location;
possession Immediately;, good reasons for selling.
Apply at 89 GRANT Sf.. Pittsburg. ap2S83
FORSALE-SALOON CENTRALLY LOCATED
In business portion of Cleveland, O.: reason
for selling sickness. Address GABRIEL SCHD
LER, 144 Cnamplaln st, Cleveland, O. ap28-69
OR SALE This PARK PLACE HOTEL,
cor. Penn and-Brushton ave., 16 rooms, with
all modern Improvements for hotel purposes: the
owner refused an offer a short time ago of 815. COO;
Erlce now 8101 COO; lot 75x140. J. C. REILLY, 77
Hamond st. ; apJ3-lll-TTSSa
FOR SALE CIGAR STORE WHOLESALE
and retail; will be sold cheap: central loca
tion; a first-class chance for the right party; room
In building to manulactdre; retail business will
over pay expenses; reasons ror selling, proprie
tor Is leaving the city. Address B., Dispatch of
TJOR BALE SEVERAL FINE GROCERY
X stores In AUeghen and Pittsburg at low
prices; drug- stores, cigar stores; bakeries, con
fectioneries, boarding houses, shoe stores, print
ing office, coal works, gents' furnishing store,
hotels; all good business openings. SHEPARD
A CO.. 54 Fifth ave. aD9
TTIOR SALE THE GROCERY STAND, LARGE
tJ store room and 6 rooms, Craig st, Bellefield,
near Fifth ave.: stock and fixtures, horse and
wagon: low rent: good location for business, and
good reasons for selling. Apply on premises,
cor. Craig and Wlnthrop sts., or to B.J. FLEM
ING, 147 Fourth ave. ap28-51
' Business Stands.
FOR BALE-gEVERAL PIECES OF PROP
ERTY on Fourth ave. ; also a number or
pieces on Penn ave., Bmlthfleld st and other
food streets: will take pleasure In giving full par
Iculars and showing surveys to parties desiring
to purchase- W C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE HOTEL, FURNITURE AND
lease, with extensive transient trade: 50
rooms furnished in good style; most modern brick
houso In this growing city, population 18,000. In
center of the great oil and gas fields; fine bar busi
ness; license furnished atonce; price 88,030: bar
gain aud easy-7 terms. V. H.FOL80M, Llma.O.
FOR BALE-DESIRABLE BUSINESS PROP
ERTIES on Penn and Foarth avenues.
bTRAUB 4 MORRIS, corner Wood st and Third
ave., Pittsburg, apB-87
OR HALE FOITKTII AVE.. NEAR SMITH.
JD FIELD st. a good investment 3-story brick
building: Iot23x90: terms to suit J.B. COOPER
4 CO., 107 Fourth ave. apg-77
FOR SALE-82O.OO0-TERMS TO SUIT, ONE
square from Court House: bnslness property;
s brick dwellings; rental 81,608 per year; hip bar
gain: enhancement sure, ALLES 4 RAILLY,
164 Fourth ave. Telephone 167. ap26-90-TuFS3u
FOk SALE 82,000 WILL BUY A TEN
roomed house and basement and cellar in
the best stand In Youngstown for a saloon or
boarding house. Call or address JAMES AM
BROSE, No. 3 Pike street, Youngstown. O.
FOR HALE-SXWO-DESIRABLE BUSINESS
property on Beaver avenne, lot 23x80, corner
of an alley: now rents for 8300 a year: can get Im
mediate attention ir desired. SrRADB 4 MOR
RIS, corner Wood street and Third ave., Pittsburg.
IOR SALE-SMALL HOTEL-LARGE RES
TAURANT. Including seven. tool tables:
fnrnlshed flrst-clasa from tOD to bottom, doing
good business, and on prlnelp ilstreet. Apply S.
BARTH 4 CO., No. 212 E. Lombard St., Balti
TTORSALE-81.50O CASH WILL PURCHASEA
JD 3-story brick and frame dwelling, with store
room attached on Perry st. Allegheny: ground
rent 45 ni-p vr thU la a blir harEraln. STRA UB
4 MORRIS, corner Wood st. and Third avc.Pltts-
ITiORSALE-3 LICENSED HOTELS. ONE IN
Beaver county, one In Lawrence county and
one In Ohio: the above hotels are centnlly located
and on line or railroad; prices from S3,"000 to 86,000.
ForparticularscaUor address THOS. LIGGETT,
114 Fourth ave. ap25-l-TI88u
TTIOR SALE-?100,000-THE LARGEST AND
JD best located piece or propertv suitable for
retail trade in Pittsburg; owner has been holding
for 8140,000, but will take the above price If sold
at once; particulars to principals only. W. C.
STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. ap21-19-su
FOR SALE-OR RENT-A LARGE HOTEL,
40 rooms, on Baltimore street Cumberland,
Md.: the house and bar has a big trade; will sell
house and furniture or sell furniture and rent
houso at a reasonable rate. Address S. P.
SWEITZER, Cumberland, Md. ap26-14
FOR SALE-MANUFACTURING SITE OF 10
acres: price low; Salt Works statlln; front
ing the Monongahela river and the B. 4 "J. B. R.
Full Information from W. A. HEKRON 4 SONS,
No. 80 Fonrth ave. apl7-80-17,20,25,23
OB SALE-8120, C00-WILL BUY THE
choicest niece of nronertv in the citv of Pitts
burg; lot 62x120: is now paying 4 per cent net: If
properly improved would have no trouble realiz
ing 7 per cent net; particulars to principals only.
W. ofsThWABT. 114 Fourth ave. ap21-19-sn
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, etc.,
TTIOR SALES300-SIX SEATED -HOCKAWAY
JD in good order, inquire L. GLESENKAMP 4
SON, 320 Penn ave. ap28-63
ITWK SALE-LARG E GOAT-WELLTBAINED,
with harness, sulky and wagon; tSrice 833.
Address P. O. BOX 766, Pittsburg, Pa. ap2S-64
FOB SALE-FINE DRIVING HORSE-CAN
be bought cheap as owner has no use for him.
Inquire at No. 123 SANDUbKY bT Allegheny
FOR SALE-CHEAP 1 BROWN PONY,
splendid rider and driver; any child can
handle It; also. 1 horse suitable for teaming.' 3809
Forbes st. W.H.WOOD. ap23-86
FOB SALE-A FAST PACING BBOWN PONY.
7 years old, weight 750 lbs., good style and
sound. 14 hands and 1 Inch high. Address PAC
ING PON Y, Dispatch office. ap28-I16
FOR SALE-l BREWSTER SPAR BUGGY", IN
good repair; also set or harness, .which cost
865 two weeks ago, will be sold ror 830. Inquire of
A. J A CKMAN 4 SON, 530 to 636 Penn ave.
FOR8ALE-f350 WILL BUY ALARGEYOUNG
horse 8 years old, and atrald or nothing, a
four-passenger barouche In good repair, and a
good set of harness. Address P. O. BOX 724, city.
FORBALE-2 GOOD HORSES, 6 I EARS OLD,
well broken to harness; wUl not scare at
anything: will be sold cheap ror want of use. For
particulars call at E. GROETZINGEB'S, 627 to 629
Penn avenne. ap2S-83
FOE SALE-A SHETLAND PONY-FIVE
years old; chestnut sorrel, flaxen mane and
tail; ventle; very handsome. Inquire of W. T.
DAWSON. Iron City Bazaar btables, rear or
Hamilton Hotel. ap26-80
OR SALE-l MARE SHETLAND PONYJ ANY
child can ride or drivelt: also 1 vervnleenonv
that any little boy or girl can ride or drive any
where: will be sold at a bargain. Inquire or A.
JACKMAN 4 SON, 530 to 536 Penn ave. ap23-90
TpOR BALE-PAIR OF SPLENDID CHESTNUT
JD sorrel coach horses, well mated, good tails
and inanes, good knee acters, good single and
double drivers; are offered for sale only because
of the prolonged absence from home of the owner.
WILLIAM STANTON, of Sewlckley. Can be
seen and driven at any time by notifying P. O.
BOX 310, Sewlokley. ap26-69
Machinery and Metals.
IOR SALE-WE HAVE FOR SALE A LARGE
lot of No. 1 second-hand engines andbollers.
alt sixes, from 2 h. p. up. taken in exchange for
new; we got them cheap and they will go cheap;
also new engines ana boilers, every size and
style, at rock bottom prices. HABME'SMACHIN E
DEPOT. 97 First ave. fe3-y77Su
TTIOB SALE ALL THE BARROOM FLXTUBE3
JD and barroom furniture complete, and nearly
new: call early. C. F. HILGER, 513 Bmlthfleld st
TO LET-FURNISHED HOUSE ON NEVILLE
Island, opposite Dlxmont sta.. P., K.&C.
By.: large grounds and fruit. Inquire G. W. C
JOHNSTON. 94 Water St. Pittsburg. Pa, ap25-44
TO LEC FURNISHED RESIDENCE IN
Sewlckley, Broad St., one square from sta
tion; Immediate possession; rent fJO per month.
Address ADAIR, box 27, Sewlckley, Pa. ap28-113
TO LET FURNISHED COTTAGE OF 20
rooms for 8600 a year: location unsurpassed
for summer boarders; within three minutes' walk
or tbe ocean. Address J. G. FBASER, box 236,
Atlantic City, N. J. kap28-2S-TTSSn
10 LET-MY HOUSE. THIRTEEN BOOMS,
at Laurel Station. Ft Wavne road, all mod
ern improvements, stable and carnage house, Ws
acres ground, with liver view. Inquire on prem
ises, or at 219 Lacock street, Allegheny. WH; T.
TO LET-BRICK TiOUSE. SEVEN ROOMS,
finished attic, both kinds of gas and water In
honse: stable on lot; Main street Sharpsburg;
suitable for a phvslclin: convenient to stations.
Apply at LOWRY'S STORE, Sixth and Main,
TO LET- OR FOR SALE-A 10 BOOM DWELL
ING house, one acre ground, shade and
fruit trees, and all modern conveniences: the
most healthful place In the county; six miles up
West Penn R. K. : 3 minutes' walk from station.
For particulars inquire S. MUSGBAVE. No. 44
Fourth street, apiS-22-iiwrsa
TO LET FURNISHED HOUSE AT EDGE
WORTH, P., Ft.W. 4 C. R. R.: a completely
furnished house with nine rooms, both gases, ele
gant spring water in the honse; only five minutes'
walk from tbe station: will be rented for two or
three months during the summer. AddiessD. B.
B., Box 211, Pittsburg. ap27.-43-TTS
VriO LET-NEWLY FURNISHED ROOM WITH
X kitchen, tableware, etc.; can be seen to-day.
41 LOGAN bT. ap28-m
TO LET-SECOND-STORY FRONT ROOM
suitable for two gentlemen or gentleman and
wife. 814 PENN AVE., city. ap2S-89
TO LET .NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS
and first-class meals can be had at No. 80
CEDAR AVE., near North ave., Alleghany.
TIO LET-3 WELL-FURNISHED BOOMS,
JL sultable.for light housekeeping. Inquire of
MRS. E. S. GRAINEB, Thirty-second ward, Alt
TO LET-SOME UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR
housekeeping, some four-room flats, two
storerooms. For particulars inquire on premises.
44 FOURTH STREET. apI9-6S-19,2L22;21,SS,2S
TO LET-3 LARGE ROOMS ON FIRST FLOOR,
4 large rooms on second floor; on Rush, near
Fulton street Allegheny; water up and down
stairs; marble mantels; bouse newly finished: rent
812 ror each. Apply to J. P. URBEN, cor. Frank
lin and Fulton sts., Allegheny. ap28-50
Offices. Deik Room, ifcc
TO LET-OFFICES CHEAP, ON FOURTH
ave., In tbe midst of financial center. In Dall
moyer block. W. A. HERRON 4 SONS, No. 80
Fourth ave. ap6-34-6,9,1215,ia,22,2i.23
TO LET-CONVENIENTLY LOCATED OF
FICES, large and small, on second and third
floors; alsonlcelodge rooms, opposite City Hall.
Inquire T. MELLON 4 bONS BANK, 512 Smith
field st apffl-Sl
TO LET-SECOND STORY SHOP-ABOUT 40
x60 feet floor, with abundant power, for rent
cheap. Call at 139 SECOND AVE.
TO LET-SECOND. THIRD AND FOURTH
stories over 313 Smlthfield st. ; with entrance
from Fourth avenue. C. U. LOVE, 93 Fourth ave
JTIO LET-ROOM 20X40, WITH fOWER;
l ground floorf entrance on street Applv to
PITTSBURG BRASS CO.. Isabella' and Sandusky
TO LET-STORE' BOOM, ON CORNER PENN
and Third street: best business stand in city;
some unfurnished rooms for housekeeping. In
quire or 8. MUBGROYE, 44 Fourth street.
TO LET-MT. BELLEVIEW HOTEL, NEAR
Wheeling, W. Va.: this commodious and
attractive summer hotel Is Iruly furnished, beauti
fully situated upon the national pike and Wheel
ing and Elm Grove Motor Line. la
sight Mt de Chantal; midway between
Wheeling and Wheeling Park: cars pass each
Tray every hour: the hotel Is surrounded by a de
lightful nark of ten acres, -with an abundance of
shade, walks, drives, etc.: billiard room and ten
pin alleys. Particulars, etc., address FRANK
WALKER, Wheeling, W.Va. Possession on be
muimmeuiareiy, ,jbb oe seen, .at juait weiss'
TO LET -5 ROOMS. MODERN IMPROVE
MENTS: IS minutes' from postofllce. Call at
658 FIFTH AVK. ap28-101
IU b&l-A slA-auUAXiU iaiva uuuob,vn
VMhM mtw .Mt Wsahlnirton- near K.
a Church; rent 2 per month. Inquire of
?n RmlthSpM l citv.
---- 1 -a ,
TO LET FOR THE BUMMER MONTHS A
comfortable, furnished residence of seven
rooms, with large grounds, flowers and trees;
within two minutes' walk of cable cars: reasona
ble rent Address LEONARD. Dispatch office.
TO LET-COTTAGE HOUSE ON MT. WASH
INOTON, cor. Grav and Dllworth streets:
has ten rooms, large lot: Is supplied with natural
gas and city water; will be divided to snlt two
tenants. Inquire at A. GARRISON FOUNDRY
CO. OFFICE, 10 and 12 Wood at. ap20-17
East End Residence.
TO LET-ON PENN AVE., NEAB REBECCA
St.. brick honse of 7 rooms, bathroom, hot
and cold wafer; all modern improvements: good
neighborhood; rent 827 50 per month. THOS.
LII.GETT, No. 114 Fourth ave. ap27-74
TO LET NO. 218 COLTART SQUARE. OAK
LAND: new house 9 rooms, latest style,
thoroughly conventenced; two squares from cable
cars: location and surroundings first-class. W.
A. HERRON 4S0NS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
TO LET-ON COR. STATION ST. AND
Sheridan 2ve brick house or 8 rooms, two
small rooms, batn room, hot aud cold water, large
yard. 70x100: good dry cellar, etc.: about 4
minutes' walk from either line of cable cars or
East Liberty station: everything in goodcondl
tlon: very desirable: rent 83S per month. THOS.
LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth ave. ap27-74
TO LET-NO. 35 LOCUST ST.. ALLEGHENY
CITY. 8-room brick residence, all modern
Improvements: rent low to a good tenant C. H.
LOVE, 93 Fonrth avenue. ap28-lC2
TO LET THE BEST GARDEN FARM ATMC
KEE'S Rocks, inquire Ho. 638 LIBERTY
Sr., Pittsburg. mb7-84-EOD
TO LET-IMMEDIATE POSSESSION-FRUIT
and garden place, on Forward ave.. Twenty-second
ward. Squirrel Hill, house of 6 rooms,
hall, good cellar, frame sUble, fruit of all kinds,
Vi acres or ground; 25 minutes' drive to Oak
land or B. 4 O. road at Laugblln station; rent
815 per month. Apply to 8. J. FLEMING. 147
Fourth ave. ap23-51
PERSONAL-BOOKS WANTKO-IF YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth (tOUO, let us know: we will buy one as
Sulckly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK blORE,
events. Ave. Hotel building. fe20
PERSONAL-WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIFE,
mother or daughters In repairing and clean
ing your old clothes, when It can be done for a
trifle by DICKSON, the Tailor, cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood St., second floor? Charges moderate;
facilities unsurpassed: suits madeto order; spring
stylernow ready, lelephoje 1558. mh8
LOST-POCKET LEDGER, ON SOUTHSIDE.
Finder will be rewarded by returning same to
H. J. HEINZ CO., 191 First ave. ap28-ll
T OST-1N ALLEGHENY, ON TUESDAY,
JU April 23, a pocketbook containing money and
apers. .uDerai rewara u leit wun J. j. u.. go
aier st. aps-KJ
TOST ON WEDNESDAY LAST SMALL
JLJ pocketbook In old part of city: the finder
will he suitably rewarded by leaving at 3045 PENN
AVE. The same contained papers valuable to
owner only. sp2g-i2S
LOST-POCKETBOOK CONTAINING SOME
money and plain gold ring, receipts, etc.,
near corner .Third ave. and Smlthfield street.
Finder will please leave at SIMON JOHNSTON'S
DRUG STOKE and keep money for trouble.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED atYoans& Smith's, 91 Federal
st, Allegheny, for sewering the property of the
Northside Land Association. Plans can be
seen and information received at 91 Federal
st Tbe Board of Managers reserve the right
to reject any or all bids.
ALFRED a SMITH,
EALKD PROPOSALS, IN TRIPLICATE,
will be received at this office until noon, lo
cal time, Thursday, May 23. 1SS9, tor furnishing
the labor arid material required in constructing
a snagboat Specifications will be famished
bidden on application, and detailed drawings
can be examined and all necessary information
obtained at this office. Proposals will only be
considered from those who can give satisfac
tory evidence of their ability to construct tho
boat as required and in tbe time specified. The
United States reserves the right to reject anv
or all bids. The attention of Didders is Invited
to the acts of Congress approved February 2G.
1885, and February 23, 1ES7, vol. 23. page 332, and
voL 24. page 414, Statutes at Large. D. W.
LOCKW OOD, Major of Engineers, U. 8. A
TJ. S. Engineer Office, Custom Honse, Cincin
nati, Ohio, April 23, IS89.
JEFFEBSONVILLE, LND.. APRIL 8, 1889.
Sealed proposals, in duplicate, subject to
nsnal conditions, will be received here nntil 11
o'clock A. Jr. (central standard time), Thurs
day, the 9th day of May, 1889, for famishing at
the Q. M. Depot here miscellaneous quarter
master's stores, such as ranges, heating- stoves,
-wagons, carts, wagon parts, blacksmith?.'',
wheelwrights', saddlers' and miscellaneons
tools, coffins, iron, hardware, paints, oils, etc
Prsference will be given to articles of domestio
production or manufacture, conditions of qual
ity and price (Including in the price of foreign
productions or manufactures the doty thereon)
being equal Government reserves right to re
ject any or all proposals, and to accept tbe
whole or any portion of the supplies bid for.
All information furnished on application to
this office. Envelopes containing proposals
should be marked "Proposals for Quarter
master's Stores." and addressed to under
signed. HENRY C. HODGES, Assistant
Quartermaster Genera, TJ. S. Army, Depot
ROPOSALS FOR FUEL AND WASH
ING Recruiting rendezvous. 915 Penn
avenne, Pittsburg, Pa., April 27,1889. Sealed
proposals, in triplicate, subject to the nsnal
conditions, will be received at the Recruiting
Rendezvous, at No. 915 Penn avenue, Pitts
burg, Pa., until 12 o'clock noon, on the 27th
day of MAY, 18S9. at which time and place
they will be opened in the presence of binders,
for furnishing supplies and rendering services
as indicated, for the Recruiting Service,
United States Army, -wherever required -within
tbe city limits, during the fiscal year ending
June 30, 1S90, viz: Furnishing and delivering
fuel and washing articles of Government
equipage. The Government reserves the right
to reject any or all proposals. Blanks and full
information as to bidding, eta, will be fur
nished on application. Envelopes containing
proposals should be marked "Proposals for
v" and addressed to RECRUITING
OFFICE. No. 915 Penn avenne, PittsbUrg. Pa.
A UDITOR'S REPORT
Of the Borough of Green Tree, Allegheny
connty, Pennsylvania, for the year ending
March 7, 1888, balance in Treas
ury. J 897 M
March 7, 1SS9, cash received
from taxes , 2,848 31
March 7, 1S89, total reccived.f3.745 95
March 7, 1SS9, less sinking f and. 800 00
S 2.9M5 95
March 7. 1889, labor and hauling
on streets and material for
' tbe same $ 837 90
March 7, 1889, lumber and ma
terial.. 206 83
March 7, 1889, legal expenses,
verdict and cost .'... 81158
March 7. 1S89. State tax. 36 00
MSrch 7. 1889, Secretary and
Treasurer's salary 100 00
March 7, 1889, sundry expenses. 79 81
March 7. 1889, in terest on bonds
per coupons 725 00
3 2,877 11
March 7, 1889, balance in hands of
vTreasnrer 8CS 81
March 7, 1888, bonds A.S12.0OO 00
March. 7, 1889, outstanding '
conpons 60 00
March 7, 1889, sinking fund...; L213 33
March 7. 1889, nupald taxes. . . 188 51
March 7, 18S9. baL in treasury. 68 84
March 7, 1SS9, tools i6 00
March 7. 1889, net indebtedness of
borough J10.563 32
March 7. 1889, assessed valuation of
borough 390,840 00
March 7, 1SS9, amount of tax duplicate. 3,050 87
March 7, 1889, total commission for col
lector.. 98 68
Anditors t AUSTIN a WOOSTER, JR.,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Ou the beach, sea end ot Virginia avenne.
Steam-heat, electric bells. -Will open Febru
ary o IKHB
jalS-reS-MWFSu BUCK fe McQTE'T.t.att.
"PARKTPLACEHOTEL, SEWICKLEY, PA.
X. The undersigned bas taken charge of
Park. Place Hotel, Sewlckley, Pa., and asks for
tbe continuance of the patronage to liberally
bestowed heretofore. The honse bar been
thorouzhly refurnished throagbont.
MONDAY, MAT 6h
S OPERA CO.
HP In Standard Repertoire of J
Each work illustrated by
N 70 ARTISTS 70
A Chorus of 40 An Orchestra of 2.?
T PRIMER DONN5!,
Me ne LuSsaihMiiie IAMauC
TENORS, - .f
ClievaXier Edward Scovelx'
and Mr. Frank Baxter 4
SMr. W. E. MEBTEITS. J
Mr. W. BT. CBABK.
BUFFO AND COMEDIAN,
Mr.-J.CIiliron and Clement Bainbridgei;
Tuesday BARBER OF SEVILLE,
Wednesday Matinee MARTHA.
"Wednesday Night CARMEN.
; First time In America.) L102T.
Leonard Wales' Opera OF J
Friday BARBER OF SEVILLE.
Saturday Matinee LION OF PERU.
Saturday Night Zelia de Lnssan's farewell
to America AN OPERATIC MELANGE;
SEATS ON SALE THUESDAY M0BinN&,
4 NIGHTS MORE.
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
Matinees Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
HORSES, DOGS AND PONIES.
A Wonderful Performance. z
An Entertainment for tfie Little Folk. 1
Admission 25, 35 and 50c. "
Monday Evening, April 29.'
The Distinguished Russian Trareler, Mr. GeV
Win appear nnder the ansplces of the PittM."
burg Press Club. Subject, Tent Life la
SIBERIA, v J
Tickets, a, 75c, EOc. Seats may be had atB
Klebers' Music Store. ap2S-lS0 , j
Don't Miss tie Haws . 1
Grand Inauguration Ball;
At Imperial Hall, cor. Seventh aye. and NW
TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 30. t
THE PUBLIC SHOULD KNOW THAT 4
the National Italian Orchestra Is noir
ready to famish music for all occasions. Ad.
dress G. D. GIORGIO. Manager, 65 Grant st, f
Dry Ennds Stare
IN SUBURBa ,
Has been doing an annual bnslness of 135,0001
Will sell at a discount of 25 per cent for cash or i
approved credit. i
Owner engaged in other business and desire f
to sell immediately. Address 4
ap21-51 W.KV, P.O. Box 632. City.
DUQUESNE PARK, J
Perrysville avenue, at Terminus of Federal -Street
Electric Railway. .
200 DESIRABLE BUILDING- Sim?
Private sales each day from 9 A. x. to 5 r. mt,
except pnblic sales
EVERY SATURDAY AT 2 O'CLOCK,
On the Premises.
T. ELMcCnmsey will be fonnd on the ground
each day to give all Information desired.
Electric cars leave Allegheny P. O. every IS
minutes. Plans and particulars from A. J.
413 Grant St. or 243 FederaLst. AUeehenr.
We beg to call your attention to our design
oi patent solid enamel Tile Hearths. War
ranted not to craze, as for beauty, cbeapnas
and durability they have no eqnsl. Wo wool
be pleased to hare yon call and see onr design.
C. F. 02TEII, & CO.,
Room IS. Renshaw building;
Cor. Ninth and Liberty sts.,
ar&52 Pittsburg, Pa,
on me una oi tne u eaerai st. .Electric Railway. J
Beautiful building sites laid oat in X mm 4
GUN C1IML II.
tracts, ironting rerrysvuie ave. Special la- J
ducements to parties who will improve: city Ji
water; within" a few minutes of Allegheny lj
JuarKet louse; cars leave Allegheny P.O. every
15 minutes. Plans and particulars frosa
SAMUEL WATSON, on the premises.
Or A. J. PENTECOST. 413 Grant st ap24-5i
WAT.TXE J. OSBOTJRTtK. RlCHAHO tSJUtBOW.
BARROWS & OSBOURNE
. . 9 Diamond street.
T7IXCURSION TO GERMANY-BY N. O'.
.P "9Jdt.eaer Mara, fross Baltimore. May
&. Tickets for tho round tripfrom here,la
cludlng exteave tour ot GeraHffiy.arstctai,
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