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- THE ' PH?TSBTJKG DISPATCH, -'SATURDAY, " O'CTO'BER" 12, " 1889;
The Board of Viewers Begin Work on
the Widening of Cecil Alley.
IT WILL COST 100,000 DOLLARS,
Property Owners Favor the Plan and Xo
Trouble is Expected.
AXOTEERKEW OUTLET TO ALLEGHENY
The Board of Viewers held a meeting
yesterday morning on the ground at Cecil
alley, for the purpose of faking a prelimin
ary view preparatory to widening that thor
oughfare. The view was taken to ascertain
the amount of damages the improvement
would incur to property, and whether or not
the property would be sufficiently benefited
to pay for the improvement. It was found
that the improvement would cost about
?100,OO0, and the property could not possibly
be benefited to this extent. This was be
cause the thoroughfare was to be improved
only from Duquesne way to Liberty street.
The adjoining lots will not have sufficient
depth from the new street to be worth very
There is practically no opposition to ttie
widening of the alley, and there will be no
Diamond alley litigation. There are only
three properties interested and the owners
ot them are willing to sell at a fair figure.
If est week they will be asked to put a price
onthe ground to be taken. If it is not too
liigh the laud will be purchased immedi
ately and work begun on the new street
SIAKKC IT 50 FEET -WIDE.
The width of the alley at present is 20
feet, and it is proposed to widen it to 50.
The 30 feet is to be taken from the east side,
or that nearest Sixth street The owners of
the three properties are the Citizens Traction
Company, Henry Phipps and the JIcAuley
heirs. The former own a strip from Penn
to Liberty, through which their cable runs
aud the whole of this strip would have tojbe
taken. Another large narrow strip belong
ing to the late James McAuley and a piece
of the old Jones foundry site owned by
Henry Phipps, would have to be taken,
between Penu avenue and the Allegheny
Colonel E. Jay Allen, of the Board, i,aid
yesterday: "I do not tnink there will be
any opposition to the widening of the alley.
The owners of tne property to be taken are
disposed to do about the right thin?. If they
do not ask an exorbitant price for the narrow
strip we will probably be able to settle with
them without troub'le. The street is so
short that the price of the betterment would
sot come near the cost
HELPING THE EXPOSITION.
"When the improvement is made, fifth
Rvenue will be open clear down to the
river. The new street will be another out
let to the Exposition and the proposed park
on the whdrf. If the bridge proposed by
the Manchester Eailway Co. is built, there
will be another route to Allegheny Citv.
Pittsburg will see the time, and "it
will not be many years, when every other
street running into" the river will lead to a
bridge to Allegheny. The constantly grow
ing business ot the town demands rapid
transit and more rapid facilities. This year
Pittsburg will build 4,000 houses, as is
shown by the reports. This is five or six
times as inany as Sew York has built. In
proportion to the population we have a
larger shipping tonnage than London or
any other city in the world, aud we are
growing more and more each year."
The world's best designers' art and
skill have been exhausted in the manu
facture ot the grand stock of children's
cloaks shown by Kaufmanns.' The
prices, too, are more than reasonable.
Here is a special bargain for to-day:
40 children's cloaks, sizes 4 to 12, di
rectoire, peasant and accordion styles,
Dutch waists, loose fronts, etc, at
Kaufiiakxs Cloak Depabtmekt.
The Beit Fitting Linen Shirts In Oar Fur
Both the cnlaundriedandlaundried our J.
H. & Co. brand and also the celebrated
"Star" make all the latest novelties in fine
dress shirts on sale until 9 o'clock this
evening. Jos. Hokite & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Specialties for evening wear in brns
aels net, crepe du chene and mouseline de
Eoic; latest novelties, direct from the Paris
market Hugus & Hacke.
Men's teck and puff scarfs at James H.
Aiken & Co.'s, 100 Fifth ave.
Fkatjenheim & Vilsack's Iron City
leer grows in favor every day. 'Phone 1186.
The entire stock must be sold quick.
iCome at once and see the bargains.
F. Schoenthal. C12 Penn avenue.
Visions of Fairyland will rise in your
mind on looking over Kaufmanns' gorgeous
and splendid array of children's plush
cloaks. They come in various rich colors
and shades, some made with belts, others
with girdles, still others with cnte vest
fronts or the ever popular capes. Sizes
from 2 to 8. Prices from S1.50 up.
Kaufmanns' Cloak Department.
Hundreds of New Jackets To-Day, $5 00
548 00 the best fitting and newest styles are
ebown here in this cloak room.
Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
The largest assortment in the city and at
prices that defy competition. Satisfaction
guaranteed in all cases. Remember the
place and save money.
Jos. Fleming & Son, Druggists,
WS 412 Market street
The most fashionable and popular ladies'
wraps ont this season are the Modjeskas
which Kaufmann's will offer at $ll.to-day.
They are silk embroidered and braided in a
truly magnificent manner, and are made
of choice diagonals, corkscrews and camel's
hair cloths. Get one. .
Kaufmanns' Cloak Department.
"We have just received 3 large lot of
draught and pit mnles, all sizes; also a lot
ot general purpose horses, which will be
sold at reasonable figures. We have in our
stables 100 head of choice animals. Call
and see them.
Aknheim Live Stock Co.. Limited,
2 Second ave., between Market and Ferry
streets, Pittsburg, Pa.
J There will be aspecial meetlngof machin
ists of Pittsburg and vicinity at No. 81
Fourth ave., on SATURDAY NIGHT, at 7:30.
to form a lodge of National Association of
rE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Pennsylvania Salt
Manufacturing Co. will bo held at their office,
No. 115 Chestnut St.. Philadelphia, on
WEDNESDAY, October 23, 1SS9, at 12 o'clock
noon, for the election of seven directors for the
ensuing year, and such other business as may
' bo brought before tbein.
AUSTIN M. FURVES, Secretary.
PlTTSBCBG. PA October 3, 1S89.
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
l report of viewers on the grading, paring
ana curbing of Cargfll street, from Thirty
third street to Jewel street, has been approved
by Councils, which action will be flnaf. unless
an appeal is filed in tho Court of Common
Pleas within ten (10) aays from date.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
Continued on the Seventh and Tenth Paget.
M3-Vitplay advertisements one dollar par
square for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, Dor Bale,
To Let, eft, ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken for less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
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 be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts With TnS DIS
THOMAS MCCAFFREY. S5u9 Butler street.
EMIL G. STUCKEY, !h street and I'cnn aye.
E. G. STUCKEY a CO., Wyllo ave. and Fultonst.
If. STOKELY. Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. TV. WALLACE, 61H l'enn avenue.
MCALL1STEK & SHEIBLEB, 5th av. & Alwood It.
JACOBSPOHN. No. 2 Carson street.
H.A. DUNALDbON, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAEKCHEU, 9 Federal street.
H. J. McBRIUE. Market House, Allegheny.
FRED IT. EGGERS. 172 Ohio street.
F. B. EGGEKS SON. Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENEY, Western and Irwin ares.
G. TV. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
i'EKKYM. GLEIM. Kobecca and Allegheny aves.
W. W. FLOCKER, Stationer. No. 4 Grant ave.
WANTED -TINNER -INQUIRE GRAFF,
IICUCS 4 CO., 633 Liberty street. QC12-11
-rrrAjTEi-3 toby kolleks, also 2
V strippers. Apply 1805 IENN AVE.
ANTED-A GOOD COATMAKEB. APPLY
to LADLE &CO., Federal et., Aiiepneny.
-rrrrANTEii assistant t.miivkek. IX-
V QUIRE VTB. ASUWOKTH. 602 Liberty
WANTED-TWO GOOD WOOD CARVERS
at once. 1IAUGH 4 KEfcNAN. 33 434
Water st. OC12-77
WAXTEIl-A PLUMP.EKANDGAS FITTER
immediately at Wil. COLLIN h', 218 Filth
ave., city. OC12-1
-rrjATED-AN EXFEE1EI.CEDPACKEB OF
V boots and shoes. Apply at once to 110 MAR
KET STREET, city. ocl2-74
WAXTED-AN ACTIVE. EXPERIENCED
salesman ror rainliy tea trade. Address
UTILITY, Dispatch office. ocH-54
WAXTED-A WATCHMAKER FOR A CITY
store: must give reference. Apply to
GODDARD, HILL 4 CO., 43 Filth ave. oclf-72
-Tf ANTED COMPETENT DRUG CLERK FOR
V one or the finest stores in the city. COM
MERCIAL AG E.N CK. 163 Fifth avenne. OC12-12
WANTED-SD DITCHERS APPLY AT DE
HAVEN station P. AW. B. R.:wagesl SO
and f '. 75. H. F. GETTLEMAN, Contractor.
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED ARCHITECT
twoor three evenings a -week for private
lessons in drafting. S. 11. A.. Dispatch office.
WANTtD-3 FIRST-CLASS ENTERPRISING
real estate salesmen; liberal commission.
ALLE4 4 BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
WANTED-A GOOD BARBER FOR STEADY
work. Apply this morning at No. 8
SM1THFIELD ST., opposite Monongahela House.
WANTED-SALESMAN TO SELL GOODS BY
sample: good salary paid. Write to CEN
TENXIALMFG. CO., Cincinnati. O., or Chicago.
T17"ANTED A BRIGHT, INTELLIGENT BOY,
V about 12 to 14 y-rs of aee. Apply at DAN
ZIGER4 SHOENBERG'b, Sixth st. and Penn
WANTED-A BRIGHT. ENERGETIC MAN
to sell office specialties. Address OFFICE
SPECIALTY M'F'G CO., McCance Block. Pitts
WANTED-A HAMMERMAN FOR MEDIUM
and small sizes tool steel: must be a (rood
workman ana steady. Address HAMMERMAN,
Dispatch office. oclO-23
WANTED-MALE NURSE FARM HANDS,
man for hotel kitchen, hotel housekeeper,
seamstress, child's nurse, dining room girl, 3
nurse clrls. MEGHAN'S. S45 Grant street. oc8-D
WANTED-COMPETENT SALESMAN FOR
wholesale business: mnst be w ell acquaint
ed with city and surrounding trade: none but
nrst-class man need apply. Address M., P. O. B.
S13, city. 0C12-5
YT7"ANTED-AGENTS-f3 TO P A DAY AT
V home made selling ray good: the best novel
ties in the world to sell: no canse to be Idle: either
sex; catalogue free. Address W. B. ALLISON,
Box 60, Moundsville,W. Va. OC12-60
WANT EU-REL1 ABLE LOCAL ANUTRAV
EL1NG salesmen; positions permanent;
special inducements now: fast-selling specialties;
don't delay; salary from start. BROWN BROS.,
Nurseryinpn, Rochester, Si.Y. sel7-70-TTS
ANTED-BUS1NESS MEN AT SMART'S
COLLEGE. No. 4 Sixth St.- exper'. book
keeping and balancing, arithmetic penmanship,
shorthand and typewriting tanght thoroughly for
5 per month to ladles aud gentlemen; open dally
9 A. 11. to 9 P. M. OcS-TTSSU
ANTED BUSINESS MEN AT SMART'S
COLLEGE, No. 4 Sixth St.; expert book
keeping and balancing, arithmetic, penmanship,
shorthand and typewriting taught thoroughly for
ts per mouth to ladles and gentlemen: open dally
from 9 A. M. to 9 P. K, OCI2-65-TTSSU
TIT ANTED AGENTS S5 TO J10 PER DAI
Y made easllyLno experience required: our
"fastenings" sell themselves: costnc, sell for
80c: profits over 300 per cent: send 2c stamp for
circular. SAFETY TUG FASTENING CO., 304
Vine St., Cincinnati. O. ocl2-61-12,26
WANTED-MALE HELF-tSO SALARY, S40
expenses In advance allowed each month.
Steady employment at home or traveling. No
soliciting. Duties delivering and making collec
tions. No postal cards. Address with stamp,
HAFER 4 CO., PIqua, Ohio. ocSS-TTSSu
V powder and pure spices: gifts with goods;
coke workers, miners or mlllmcn can makemoney
In their spare time: special Inducements to per
sons haying established trade. YAMASHUtO
TEA CO.. !S Jackson su, Allegheny, Pa.
-nrrA.N'TF.IJ-SJV.1'131111 AT (75 PER MONTH
V salarv and expenses, to sell a line of silver
plated ware, watches, etc.; by sample only; horse
and team furnished free; write at once for full
Bartlculars and sample case or goods free. STAN
AKD SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass.
WANTEO-CANVASSEK3 AND GENERAL
agents everywhere to sell a ladies' patent
adjustable shoe: over one million palrsoldln New
England; every lady purchases at sight; large
profits, exclusive territory. Address, with stamp.
TAYLOR ADJUSTABLE faHOE STORE, No. 19
Euclid ave., Cleveland. Ohio. oc6-73-ttssu
to handle the new patent chemical ink eras
ing pencil; greatest novelty cier produced;
erases ink in two seconds: no abrasion of paper;
200 to SOO per cent pront: one agent's sales
amounted to 620 00 in sir days-another 32 00 In
two hours: territory absolutely free: salary to
rood men; no ladles need answer; sample 25cts.
Tor terms and full particulars, address, THE
MONROE ERASER CO., manufacturers. La
Crosse, Wis. OCI2-62
WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
WORK: German preferred; pood wages.
Inquire at 1120 PIKE ST., near Eleventh stl, city.
TrrANTED-LADY AGENTS FOR THE NEW
VV hygela corset: most sattslactory and best
money making article out. For terms, etc.. apply
to WESTERN CORSET CO., St. Louis, Mo.
WANTED TWO LADIES TO TRAVEL IN
Pa. or. West Virginia: mnst be intelligent
(teacher preferred), have business tact and give
reference: salary SOO a month. Call on THE G. B.
CLINE PUB. HOUSE, No. 5 Sixth ave. ocli-4
WANTED-LADY AGENTS FOR OURNEW
Mcintosh raglan; superior cloth, in wide
stripes fra outside: vulcanised rubber on Inside;
close fitting; very stylish: never spots: beautiful
as the finest cloth garment ever made, and is abso
lutely water-proof; agents sell six a day and
make S3; great opportunity: also fine line other
goods. Address . H. CAMPBELL, 4S4Randolph
St., Chicago. ocI-CG-tts
Male and Female fleln.
WAXTED-FRENCH NURSE TO TAKE
charge of two children, cooks, dining room
girls, chambermaids, nurses, 100 houseglrls, Ger
man and colored girls, larni hands, drivers, man
for dairy. MRS. K. THOMPSON, 60S Grant St.
-TT7-ANTED-A SITUATION AS CLERK BY A
V young lady who has had two years' experi
ence. L. C R., Dispatch office. ocli-86
-TTTANTED-PERMANENT POSITION BY AN
V experienced lady stenographer; best refer
ences given. Address A. N. Y., Dispatch office.
Rooms, Bonses. Etc
WANTED-TO RENT HOUSE OF ABOUT 10
rooms, with modern improvements and
East End preferred
state price and loca
Address RENTER, Dispatch office.
WANTED-TO CORRESPOND WITH EAST
ERN party of some means and large exper
ience in negotiating coal lands; no better prop
erties have ever been offered. Address I O.
BOX 390, Kansas City. Mo. oc6-84
Trrj-AXTKD-TO liOAN t200.'000 ON MOBT
VV GAGES: 100 and upward at 6 per cent:
t5(ia,B9oat Vi per cent on residences or business
property: aiso in aojoiniug
counties. S. H.
VltENCH. 125 Fourth avenue.
VV city Tirnnerf v In li,n A emnll aminnta. Kpn
W. A. HERROX 4 SON'S oO Fourth ave,
TT7"ANTED-MORTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
TV In sums to suit at 4), S and 6 per cent.
ALLES 4 BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
WANTED-MORTGAGE3 ON CITY PBOF-
ERTY. over S4.O00; 4 per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER 4 CO., S2 Fourth avenue.
"rrTANTED-fSOO TO 500,000-TO LOAN ON
V .mortgages, 4M. 5 and 6 per cent. JA8. W.
DllAPE&CO,, 129 Fourth ave., rmsburg. Tele
phone No. 975, oc9-37-MwTS
WANTED -MOHTGAGES)-fl. COD, 000 TO LOAN
In large and small amounts at 4H, 5 and 8
VSfJtSk1" or Mate tax; no delay. REED B,
C0YLE4 CO., 131 Fourth ave. my21-60
WANTED-MORTGAGES IN LARGE OB
small amounts on Pittsburg, Allegheny or
suburban Improved real estate at lowest rates.
ALEXANDER & LEE, 313 Wood St.
WANTED-TO LOAN J350.CCO ON MORT
GAGES In amounts to suit, In city or coun-
r li -'? ?cr cent- w security; no ueiay,
BLACK 4 CO.. 99 Fourth ave.
ANTED-MORTGAGES IN LARGE OR
small amounts on Improved city or Alle
gheny county property. McCUNE 4 COULTER,
Heal Estate Agents and Auctioneers, 93 Fourth
TTANTED-TO LOAN SMXXOOQ. IN AMOUNTS
V V of S3, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4)i per cent, free or tax: also smaller
amounts at Sand 6 per cent. BLACK 4 UAIRD,
95 Fourth avenue. e21-d26-D
TTT-ANTED-MORTGAGF-S-f 1.000, COOTO LOAN
T V on city and suburban properties at 04, 6and
C per cent, and on larms in Al
cent counties at Sper cent.
SON, 105 Fourth avenue.
SPANISH STUDENTS-AN EX
NT onnnrtnnlty for learning the
Spanish, tor business or commercial purposes.
Address C. A., Dispatch office. ocS-39-TTS
WANTED-TO bELL STORE; GOOD LOCA
TION ; suitable for lady or gentleman; about
f 1.10c" required, or would take part cash, or trade
city lot. R. R. B., Dispatch office. OC12-52
WANTED TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one In the clnb at II 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX SOL and I -will call and show you the watch.
WANTED-THE PEOPLE TO KNOW THAT
YEAOER 4 CO..70 Federal St., Allegheny,
will make cabinets of anybody during this month
for 75c per doz.: bring the little ones: don't miss;
No, 70 federal st. These cabinets will not fade.
ANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING THO
TOGRAPHER. 96 Firth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at 1 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous process. mh!3-3
WANTED-1ROX AXD GLASS WORKERS
to take notice where employment is steady,
at Cochran station, and purchase cheap lots in
the Patterson Plan; cheap; on easy terms; month
ly or yearly payments. J. R. WYLIE, Agent,
Duquesne, Pa., or No. 8 Wood street, room 5,
Pittsburg, Pa. OCI2-92
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOB SALE-CHEAP-MABIOX ST. BRICK,
having 6 rooms, hall, marble mantels, nat.
and art. gas: lot 24x104. J. R. COOPER 4 CO.,
107 Fourth avenue. ocl2-35
FOR SALE 2,C00-EASY TERMS: WYLIE
ave.; almost new brick house. 7 rooms, hall.
marble mantels, both gases, etc
s. iaj., ioi ourtn ave.
FOB SALE-OXLY $3,000 FOB A PROPERTY
in the seventh ward that will rent readily
for 900 per year: for description and location call
on J. R. COOPER 4 CO., 107 Fourth ave.
story brick, 7 rooms, hall, vestibule, both
gases; house In first-class repair: low price to
quick buyer. J. B. COOPEB 4 CO., 107 Fourth
TTIOR SAL E-
AT 2,000-PAYMEXTS CAX BE
5 ner month, or reasonable terms:
T made at 25 per month.
aneat brick bouse. 6 rooms: 13J0 Virginia ave.:
send for particulars. W. A. HEBRON 4 SONS, 80
Fourth ave. ocl2-93-W8
FOB SALE-DESIRABLE CENTER AVENUE
residence near Fulton st.; one of the most
desirable residence locations In the city: 9 rooms:
late improvements. For terms see W.A.HERRON
4 SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. ocS-44-TUS
FOR SALE LOMBARD, NEAR DINWIDD1E
St.. Eleventh ward 2-story and finished attic
brick dwelling of 6 rooms; nat. 'as, city water,
etc.; lot 24x116: small cash payment, balance to
suit. BLACK 4 BALHD, 95 Fourth aye. 2E 81.
FOR SALE DO YOU WANT AN INVEST
MENT? We have 3 new dwellings on 8. S.
that will pay 10 per cent, and by building on real1
of lot (which is 50x140), will pay 15 percent. Call
at once on BALTENSPEBGEB 4 WILLIAMS, 151
Fourth ave. odO-40
FOR SALE-MT. WASHINGTON, SOUTHERN
ave.. Thirty-second ward: frame dwelling
honse, 6 rooms, good location, large grounds; a
very pleasant place for a home: price reasonable:
terms easy. SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO., 99
Fourth ave. oc9-S9-10.12,14,16.u
FOB SALE-LAWRENCEVILLE-6 BRICK
dwellings on Hatfield St.. near Forty-eighth,
containing 7 rooms each: also 6 5-rooni bricks on
Blackberry St.; all brlnKlntr good rent: this is a
good investment. BLACK 4 BAIRD, 95 Fourth
axe. C105. oc-57
FOR SALE FOR 2,200, AT 5 PER CENT IN
TEREST; terms J5, and 25 per month until
paid for (no other payments required) a good
brick house, 8 rooms, late Improvements; 1318
Sycamore su. Ihlrty-fitthward. only 25 minutes
from P. (. : a rare chance to get a home. See W.
A. HERRON Jt SONS, 80 Fourth ave. oclO-97-TUB
FOR SALE LOCUST ST., BETWEEN MAGEE
and Chestnut streets, fine new brick dwelling
of 7 rooms, bathroom marble mantels, cemented
cellar, both gases. Inside shutters, sewered: house
Jnst finished; possession at once: 3,600: cash
1.000; balance to suit. ALLES 4 BAILEY, 164
fourth ave. Tel. 167.
East End Residences.
FO B 8 A L E-1,200 FOB BOTH-BLA1NE
street, near Boquet, Oakland 2 two-story
frame dwellings of S rooms and finished attic; each
well sewered; lot 40x130. BLACK 4 BAIRD, 95
Fourth ave. 2d 85. OC9-57
FOR SALE-MEADOW- ST., NEW FRAME
bouse of 7 rooms, reception hall, china closet
two nnisneo attic rooms, Dotn gases, porches,
good cellar, etc. ; lot 24x100 to alley. J. R. COOPER
4 CO., 107 Fourth ave. 0C12-35
(OR SALE A HILAND AVENUE RESI
DENCE at a moderate nrlce and less than
valne, as the owner's business Is such that be can
nut live In It, bis business being away from the
city. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue.
FOB SALE-A NICE NEW HOUSE AND
corner lot. in tbe East End, 6 rooms, hall,
cellar, etc.: fine corner lot, fruit trees, etc., etc.:
price onjy 3,850: on small payments; Immediate
possession. JAS. W. DBAPE 4 CO., 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. OC12-89-D
Brushton ave., East End a 2-story Queen
Anne of 6 rooms and finished attic, reception hall,
nat. gas, city water, all conveniences: lot 50x150;
reasonable price and terms. BLACK 4 BAIRD,
95 Fourth ave. 3 A 300, OC9-57
FOR SALE-SYLVAN AVE., NEAR BOQUET
St., new frame house 7 rooms, hall, vestibule,
large pantry, h. and c water:handsomelv grained
and painted: large porches: slate mantels: whole
house complete In every way. J.R. C00PER4
CO., 107 Fourth ave. OC12-35
FOB SALE -BOQUET ST.. OAKLAND. ON
line of new'electrlc road; new press brick
dwelling, 6 rooms, finished attic, double parlors,
hall, bath, range, w.c, tile hearths, well finished,
large porches, etc.; lot 24x175. J.R. COOPER 4
CO., 107 Fourth ave. OC12-33
TTIOR SALE ELEGANT 9-ROOM HOUSE;
J large, handsome grounds; everything la per
fect order: 10 minutes' ride by cable from center
of city: will take smaller house or good vacant
round In exchange; cheap at 10,000. CHARLES
0MEBS4CO, 313 Wood St. oc8-77-TuF6Su
FOR SALE-S500 CASH, REMAINDER ON
exceedingly liberal payments, low rate of In
terest, for a complete brick house 9 rooms: every
thing complete to smallest details: handsomely
finished and papered: 15 minutes' ride from P. o.
by Fifth ave. cable line. F.r terms see W. A.
HEBRON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. oc5-68-W8
FOBSALE AN EXCELLENTBRICKDWELL
1N G with fine lot 70x240 feet In the East End ;
10 rooms in house with batb, lavatory, natural
gas, laundry and all other modern appliances:
everything in prime order: a quantity of fruit and
shade trees and shrubbery on the lot: price $9,500.
Particulars from JAS. TV. DRAPE 4 CO., 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. oclo-29
JU property: elegant new Queen Anne style
brick dwelling, 10 rooms, reception hall, etc;
tile hearths, state mantels, electric bells, gas.
water, etc.; handsomely papered and decorated
throughout; this is a paved street and excellent
neighborhood: convenient to cable lines and P. R.
B. SAM'L W. BLACK 4 CO., 99 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-A FINE. NEW BRICK RESI
DENCE property, with beautiful, large lot,
sltnate on one of tbe most pleasant avennes In the
East End; a gentle elevation, affording a charming
view of Liberty Valley, and securing a perfect
sewerage system! 12 elegant rooms, wltn spacious
reception ball, billiard room, bath and lavatorial
facilities with patent Scotch closet; laundry, nat
ural gas and all of the more recent appliances, and
everything in the most perfect order; wide piazza
covering the entire frontand side; It will pro c In
teresting to any one in quest of a handsome East
End home to examine this valuable oropcrty. Par
ticulars from JAS. W. DBAPE 4 CO., 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. ocl2-87-uwa
FOBSALE-ON FLOWERS AVE., TWENTY
THIRD ward. 4-room bouse, with lot Mxm,
and 7-room house with finished attic, lot 24x100.
MCCUNE 4 COULTER, Agents, 93 Fourth ave.
TTOB SALE AN EXCELLENT BRICK
JTj dwelling with large corner lot In Allegheny;
near parks and streetcars; 9 rooms, with bath. w.
c, laundry, natural gas, wide hall, dry cellar,
finished attic etc.. all In crime order; almost
new; price and terms reasonable. JAS. W..
DRAPE 4 CO. , 129 Fourth avenne, Pittsburg.
FOR 8ALE-N0. 3! REBECCA ST., ALLE
GHENY, Woora house with large lot: price
S5.000: cost owner J8.500. MCCUNE 4 COULTER,
Agents. 93 Fourth aye. QC12-84
FOR HALE-A HANDSOME NORTH AVE.
residence, corner lot: one of the best loca
tions In Allegheny. For full lnlormatlon see w.
A. HERIiON A SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
YOUR OWN TERMS-NICK
npffbrivim frnmfl lmntp. Allegheny: conven
ient to ricasant Valley electric cars and market
house: price low. W. W. MCNEILL 4 BRO.. 105
Fourth ave. oelM
FOR BALE-A FINE Z-STOKY FKA.ME
house Just completed, of grooms, hall, front
porch, slate mantels, and has lot 50 ft. front on
California ave., Allegheny, by 165 to Colorado st.
THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-CLIFTON AVE.. ALLEGHENY,
near street cars and electric road, 8-room
frame dwelling, in good condition; large well
kept grounds; surrounded by large forest trees,
an excellent place for a home; must be sold at
once; prlCo low. SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 00.,
9aFourth ave. 0Cl2-t8-12,lil6,la,22,2t,26
FOB SALE-EXCELLENT CORNER FBOP
ERTY In Allegheny, located near freight
depot and siding; lot frontlne two good streets.
21x100, all occupied by new brick building, with
good storeroom; property well adapted for light
manufacturing, wholesale feed, grocery, milk, or
any business requiring large frontage; a good in
vestment; 8,000. CHARLES SOMERS 4 CO.. 313
Wood street. ocl-ws
FORSALE-AT EDGEWOOD. P. B. R.-FINE
new brick dwelling, 7 rooms and reception
hall, hardwood mantels, tile hearths, nat. gas,
etc; Urge lot. Address LOCK BOX 104, Wllklns
burg, Fa. QC9-7
FOR SALE AT WILKINSBURG FRAME
house. 6 rooms, with corner lot 45x126; 5 min
utes from Brnshton station and 7 minutes from
Wllkinsburg station: 2,700. W. E. HAMNETT,
404 Smlthfield St., Pittsburg, and Wllkinsburg,
FOB SALE AN ELEGANT SMALL PLACE
or 9 acres, with all kinds of fruits: good house
of 8 rooms, also one of 5 rooms and large bank
barn: 10 minutes' walk from Glenfield station, P.,
Ft.W. 4C. R.R. O. BERINGEB 4 SON, 103
Fourth are. ocl2-82-m
POP. SALE - AT WILKINSBURG - BRICK
honse, 12 rooms, with 1 acre ground; 5 min
utes from station; fruit of all kinds on Place;
beautiful location; will be sold cheap. W. E.
HAMXETT, 484 Smlthfield St., Pittsburg, and
Wllkinsburg, Pa. oc3-16
FOR SALE-A NICE SMALL HOUSE, WITH
large lot, at Ingram station; 2 minutes' wall
from station; 6 rooms, hall and cellar, natural
gas, water, etc., etc.: fine double lot: small
amount down, balance monthly payments: Imme
diate possession. JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO.. 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. ocI2-84-D
FOR SALE AT EDGEWOOD FRAME
house, 7 rooms, reception hall, b. r., laun
dry, inside w. c. electric light and bells, nat, pas,
slate mantels, finished attic and all modern im
provements; lot 64x150; 7 minutes from station;
H500; terms easy. W. E. HAMNETT, 404 Sinltb
held st l'lttehurg, and Wllkinsburg. Pa. QC9-16
FOR SALE LOTS.
BY CHABLES SOMERS 4 CO.,
313 WOOD ST.,
Convenient, desirable city homes at moderate
cost. Two new brick houses, 6 rooms each, in
perfect order, bright, clean surroundings; health
tut location, within one square of electric road; 10
minutes' ride to heart of city. Cheap at 2,600.
FOR SALE BY
CHABLES SOMERS 4 CO..
313 WOOD STREET.
An Interest in a prominent Pittsburg wholesale
establishment located In heart of city; the con
cern is widely and favorably known as a perma
nently established, conservative and money
making enterprise: an active man, ambitions to
become an equal partner In a live, progressive
and growing buslress, will find a rare oppor
tunity offered In this; capital required 6,000 to
FOR SALE' 'POWELTOX,"CEXTER COUN
TY", Pa.: this tract of land embraces abont
200 acres of the B vein of seml-bltumlnonscoal
and 600 acres of the A vein of 6eml-bltumlnous
coal, 42 miners' houses, 2 stables, granary, 1 large
store, 1 large firebrick works; farm under good
cultivation; the entire property is underlaid with
a vein ot fire clay: the veins of coal and fireclay
are subject to 1-ases. For particulars address A.,
at room 8, 419 Walnut street, Philadelphia; offers
In writing will be there received np to October 23.
FOB SALE-TO THE PUBLIC-O. R. TOUDY
desires to inform his friends and the public
generally tnat owing to ill heaitn he has now
located at Ashevllle, N. C. and offers his own
and entire property, consisting of lots, houses, etc,
aggregating In value to 72,550, for sale at very
reasonable prices, located on some of the princi
pal streets of tho Southslde;lots. fJODand npward,
and houses 1,500 and upward: have good Home
stead property cheap, also two fine properties at
Scott Haven, P., McK. 4 Y. R. R. cheap. Call
soon at his office. NO. 1721 CARSON ST., Pitts
burg, S. S., Pa. Mr. F. W. Schneider, his mana
ger, will cheerfully give you a list as well as all
other information. ocl2-6
FOR SALE BY CHARLES SOMERS 4 CO.,
313 Wood street:
We are authorized to negotiate the sale of an
interest in a Western Pennsylvania newspaper
that we believe to be earning larger dividends on
the capital invested than any other publication in
this part of the State outside or Pittsburg. An
investment of 5,000 will secure a one-halt owner
ship and an equal voice (If desired) in the man
agement. A man desiring to become actively interested In
a newspaper of high character, now paying hand
somely, and in a field rapidly and permanently
enlarging, can do no better than Investigate this.
FOR SALE-BY CHARLES SOMERS 4 CO.,
313 Wood street:
An interest in a first-class city business. We
desire to negotiate with a man of good business
ability, middle age preferred, for the disposal of
an Interest in an established business of a hlsrh
class and of a choice character. An opportunity
is offered that Is rarely secuied, except through
long year.i of application.
An Investment by a silent partner will be ac
cepted, bnt an active man qualified to assume
charge of the financial affairs or the concern is
referred. We are prepared to showand intro
uce an accepable man to this. An absolutely
sound money-making enterprise, giving promise
of extended growth and enlargement. An invest
ment ot 5,0001s required, which Is to be applied
to the business. In which 10,000 Is now in use.
We care to deal only directly In person with prin
cipals, who will be treated with strict confidence.
T7I0R SALE-BY THOS. MCCAFFREY. REAL
X' estate and Insurance agent, 3509 Hutler st.
800 each On Forty-Sixth St. 4 lots, 20x93 ft.
each; easy terms: monthly payments If desired.
3,200 Property on Ella st., near Liberty ave.,
corner lot, 40x1.17 ft,, with frame dwelling or 4
rooms and kitchen: one-half cash, balance to suit.
3.400 On Bayard st., Twenty-first ward, lot
63x131 ft (near Henry Bea's residence); 1,000
cash, balance to suit.
2,200 each On Holmes st., bet. Fifty-third and
Flrty-fburth sts., 4 new framo dwellings of 4
rooms and attic each on lots 20x100 ft. each,
fenced separate; 500 cash, balance to suit; or
82, ico cash; they are the finest finished houses of
their size lu the city.
5,500 Property No. 125 Frankstown ave., lot
30x130, with brick dwelling of 7 rooms, wash
house, etc.: 1,000 cash, balance to suit.
3,000 No. 317 Cedar st., lot 20x122 ft., with 2
story brick dwelling of 6 rooms, hall, etc, at
terms to suit.
10,500 Property corner Thirty-ninth st. and
South St.: brick house of 9 rooms on corner, 1
brick business house on alley and double frame
house of five rooms In each; very easy payments.
10 years If necessary.
A500-On Bidge st Thirteenth ward; lot 20xB6x
90 feet, with new 2-story frame dwelling of 6
rooms: 1,500 cash, balance to suit.
3,750 On iranklln street, East End, formerly
Waverlyst., nearri. E. ave., Brushton. lot 50x110
ft., with new frame house of 8 rooms, hall, vesti
bules, bath, etc.; K cash, bal, to suit.
3.500-No. 4431 Penn ave., lot 25x100 ft, with
2-story brick dwelling of store, 7 rooms and fin
ished attic; H or H cash, balance to suit.
(2.500 For cor.Thlrty-fourth and Charlotte sts ,
lot 72x44 ft., or will sell corner lot 24x44 for 8900,
and two lots 24x44 ft. each for 300 each; all cash
9,500-No. 262 Main St., lot 50x120 ft., with a
two-story brick dwelling of 10 rooms, batb, pan
try, stone cellar, hall, vestibule, etc. : all modern
improvements: everything sewered; 1,000 cash,
balance very easy payments.
(2,000 No. 4919 Kincald St., lot 25x110 ft.. with
two-story frame dwelling of 5 rooms and attic; all
or H cash, balance to suit.
5.500 tin Evallne St., near Liberty ave., lot 37x
19UX37J4 tt., with 2-story brick dwelling of Slrooms.
hall, vestibule, bath, etc; grape arbor, iron
fence; one-third cash, balance to suit.
6,000 On Evallne st near Liberty ave., lot37
X133 ft., with new 2-story Queen Anne house of S
rooms, bath, etc. ; all or one-half cash, balance to
suit: possession at once: beautiful location.
7,000 No. 154 Forty-fifth street lot 24x100 ft.,
with nmr double2-storvand mansard brlp.k dwell
ing of OTOoms in each; also on rear of lot 2-story
frame honso or 4 rooms anu finished attic; the
whole will rent for 1672 ner annum.
$5,000 Cor. Fortieth st. and Liberty ave., with
double frame dwelling of 4 rooms and attic in
each; one-half cash, balance to suit.
7,600-No. 4053 Penn ave.; lot 20x100 ft. with
3-story brick dwelling of store and 9 rooms; a
cash, balance to suit
?13,000-No. 23 Penn ave: lot 24x130 ft., with
3-story brick dwelling, ot store, 10 rooms, finished
attic, ball, vestibule etc., and on rear of lot
2-story brick dwelling of 5 rooms, the whole rent
ing for (950; Kcash, balance to suit.
S3, 600-No. 4927 Harrison st: lot 20x100 ft., with
2-story brick dwelling of hall, vestibule, 5 rooms,
etc., and on rear of lot 2-story brick bouse of 4
rooms And attic; 2,OOOc.ish, balance to suit.
On Rebecca st, near Liberty ave., E. E , 2 lots
50x133 ft at 00 per foot front; one-fifth cash; bal
ance to suit
Si250 On Rebecca St., near Center ave, E. K,
lot 80x150 ft, with brick mansion of 8 rooms, bath,
w. c, etc: large stable on rear of lot; on very
easy terms, or will sell above dwelling, with lot
8UX2S0 ft., for (12,500.
Cor. Atlantic ave. and Harriett st, E. E.. lot
170x230 fl. at 850 per root front, and lot 131x230 ft
at 40 per foot front
(a,00u-No. 364 Main St., lot 20x130 ft., with 2
story brick house or rooms and finished attic;
one-third cash: balance to suit
(3,200 On Baker and Summit sts., Butler st ex
tension; lot 106x100 It, with brick dwelling of 6
rooms and attic; being Sam Garrison's old resi
dence: very easy payments.
(6,500-Xo. 232 Main St.: lot 24x100 ft, with new
2-story brick dwelling ore rooms, hall, vestibule,
etc : at terms to suit
83,000No. 234 Main St. : new 2-story brick dwell
ing of 9 rooms, bath. etc. ; all modern couveulences,
baywlndow, etc; at terms to suit purchasers,
11,750-Oor. Penn ave. and Fortieth St.; lot Six
ICO; A. Schlllo's beautiful two-story and mansard
dwelling of8 rooms, hall, porches, Datb, etc: all
the latest modern conveniences; one-third cash,
balance to suit. . o12-24
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR BALE-IT WILL BE TO YOUR INTER
H3T to secure one of onr new revised cata
logues with supplement Oust published) before
buying elsewhere; we have a large variety of new
properties coming la dally, and can supply your
wants without delay; lots and dwellings In all
parts of the 2 cities and suburbs; all prices and
terms; call or sendfor this valuable book. BLACK
4 BAIRD. 93 Fourth ave. oc-W
East End Lots.
FOR SALE A FINE BUILDING LOT ON
Center ave,. East End, 125x150 ft.. extending
hack to Ellsworth ave. ALEXANDER 4 LEE,
313 Wood St. 0012-80
FOB BALE-A GOOD CORNER LOT 21x128
feet, one square from Center avenue cars and
new cable line: price only SS53. JAB. W. DRAPE
4 CO., 129 Fourth avenge, Pittsburg. QC12-65
FOR 8ALE-AT SHADYSIBE, ON ELLS
WORTH ave.. the best lot on the street for
the price; must bo sold on account or removal of
owner. See rt. A. HERRON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth
FOR SAL1. BEAUTDJ'UL AND LEVEL
building lots, 24x25 ft. front, on Homewood
ave. and Clawson street lust at Homewood sta
tion, at 1850 upward. W. A. HERRON 4 SONS,
80 Fourth avenue. se4-65-ws
FOB SALE-LOTS IN THE BAUM GROVE
plan, tho finest location for residence In the
city; secure colored plan and investigate. See
MELLON BROS., East End, or JOHN F. BAX
TER, Agt., 512 Smlthfield St. ocl2-51-TUF8
FOR SALE-EAST END LOTS-ylM AND SOO
each: good streets: high elevation: conve
nient to P. R. B. and cable fines: these lots are in
thsfast growing part or the city: enhancement
sure. BLACK & BAIUD, 95 Fourth aye.
FOBSALE-A FINE LOT 50 OR 60x150 FEET
on Fifth avenue near llellefield Presbyterian
Church; oue of the mostellgible lotson the ave
nuc; price for W feet K, 000 and Tor 60 feet 2,250;
Scbenlev nronertv. 48 Tears lease: rare bargain.
IAD. Y. usaris S tu.,
. r. wt r ..r. . .; . . . ., .
129 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALT-847 FEB FRONT FOOT. LINDEN
aye.; a paved street near Penn aye.: this is
the cheapest piece ot property in the E. E..
because it faces east, is only four minutes' walk
jrom new jj inn ave. station jr. is. xt., aou aujmas
the Boulevard: a good speculation.
W. BLACK 4 CO., 99 Fourth ave.
P OR SALE-ELEVENTH WABD. ALLEG
NY Choice lots in Mrs. Cooper's plan, i
rs plan, near
New Brighton road and Wvlle avenue, lot 40x125
at 5C0: best lots for the price: long time. A. LEG
GATE 4 SON, Agents, 31 Federal St., Allegheny.
T710R SALE-CHEAP-FOUR OF THE MOST
V desirable and best situated lots in Allison
Park: terms reasonable. K., Box 4, Allegheny.
OB SALE-10 ACRES AT WILKINSBURG,
near P. R. R.: would make an excellent plan
of lots. McCUNE 4 COULTEB, Agents, 93
Fourth ave. oc 12-84
FOR SALE-A DESIBABLE FARH OF 235
acres, well located near Bakerstown. Alle
gheny county, Pa.; price reasonable; terms easy.
W. A. HERRON 4 SONS. 80 Fourth avenue.
FOB SALE-FABM 300 ACRES, WELL IM
PROVED: will divide to;ad vantage: at sta
tion 10 miles from Pittsburg: must be sold to settle
estate. ED. WITXI3H, 410 Grant St.. Pittsburg,
FOB SALE-FARM AT HAYSVDjLE, ON THE
Pittsburg. Fort Wayne and Chicago Ball
way, 10 miles from the city: will exchange for city
property or merchandise. A. J. PENTECOST,
i Grant street.
FOE SALE-GABDEN AND FBU1T FARM,
first-class residence Darn, greenhonse. etc;
fine selection small fruit, 12 acres rich garden
land, adjoining town: sales some 83,600 per year
and Increasing fast; price 4,000. C. H. FOLSOM,
Lima, O. OC13-30
FOB SALE-A FINE LAYING FARM OF 74
acres In Trumbull CO., O., nearSharon, hay
ing a flno sugar camp of 300 trees; good house of 7
rooms, new barn, etc.; convenient to churches,
schools, etc.: price 1,500. C. BERINGEB 4 bON,
103 Fourth ave. oc12-82-tts
FOB SALE-TO CLOSE UP AN ESTATE-A
fine farm of 100 acres, 2 miles from Freeport,
West Penn R. B. : farm lays to the east, well wa
tered, good fences, an abundance of good fruit,
with a brick dwelling of 7 rooms; large hank barn;
about 20 acres In good timber, and land underlaid
with coal. C. BEB1NGER 4 SOX, 103 Fourth aye.
FOB SALE -FABM OF 297 ACRES IN FAY
ETTE county. Pa., 6 miles from Connells
ville, 4 miles lrom railroad station: 150 acres
cleared, balance in good timber: orchard, excel
lent water, etc: brick honse, 10 rooms; new bank
Darn ana otner ouiDunoings; win exenange lor
city or East End property: price very low.
ALEXANDER 4 LEE, a J Wood St- OC12-80
OB SALE-A FABM OF 175 ACBES IN VIR
G1N1A, convenient to 'a good town, schools,
churches, postotfice. stores, market etc.. In an
exceedingly desirable part of the State; soli rich
and productive! plenty of timber, good water.
etc.; an enterprising northern farmer owns and
occupies the adjoining farm; nrlce only 2.500;
would exchange In part tor small city or sub
urban: one or our firm has been on the farm and
can give full particulars. JAS. W. DRAPE 4
CO.. 129 Fourth avenne. Pittsburg. ocl2-84-D
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOB SALE-A M1LL1NEBY 8TOBE-IN A
good locality: estaollsbed In 1878; a bargain.
Apply at 1928 CABSON ST.. S. 8. oclO-lOO-na'iU
FOE SALE-A GOOD PAYING GENERAL
store at a bargain: storeroom and dwelling.
For particulars address S. P. FOOBBAUGH,
Glencoe, Pa. oc8-3t
FOB SALE-GBOCEBY-ONE OFTHE FINEST
in tbe State; large cash trade: best location
and fresh stock; Invoice (2,400: rare oargaln. C.
H. FOLSOM. Lima O. ' ocl2-30
FOB SALE-GOOD OPENING GBOCEBY
store in live growing town near citv: trade
good and mostly cash. BALTENSPEBGEB 4
WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth ave. oclO-40
FOB SALE-GBOCEBY STOBB ON ONE OF
the best streets In Allegheny: owner inter
ested in other business and must retire: must be
sold soon. Address J. E., Dispatch office. OC12-63
FOB S ALE-DBUGSTOBE, STOCK AND F1X
TURE3 at a sacrifice if sold Immediately;
proprietor has business calling him away for
winter. Address SQUIBBS, Dispatch office.
FOR SALE A NO. 1 MILK DAIRY AND
good route, with 12 cows, 3 horses, wagons
and all necessary articles for the business; near
the city aud price low. U BERINGEB 4 SON,
103 Fourth ave. oc9-33-w"rhs
FOB SALE-A SMALL BAKEBY AND CON
FECTIONERY business, with horse, wagon,
etc, in the city, on a good business thoroughfare;
value about (1.000: a good opening. JAS. W.
DBAPE 4 CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOBSALE-AN OLD-ESTABLISHED FAM
ILY grocery on one of the best thoroughfares
in Allegheny: a fine paying business, mostly on a
cash basis: this Is one or the most desirable stands
lu either city. Particulars from JAS. W. DBAPE
4 CO., 129 Fourth asjjjnne, Pittsburg. oel2-86-D
FOB SALE-A FINE CONFEC1TONEBY
store, centrally located on Fifth aye.; doing
a business of 18 to (50 per day: leasehold on store,
ice cream parlor aud 4 dwelling rooms, only 30
icr month; stock and fixtures will Invoice about
LSOO: will be sold cheap if sold at once. THOS,
1GGETT, 114 Fourth avej oelO-99-uWTSSu
FOB SALE-GENERAL STORE-AN OLD
established stand, doing a prosperous and
paying business in a good railroad town; excel
lent farming neighborhood, coal mines, etc; a
very desirable business location; stock clean and
fresh; reason for selling, continued 111 health ot
owner. Particulars from ALEXANDER 4 LEE,
313 Wood st, Pittsburg. OC12-80
FORSALE-2 FINE BAKERIES AND CON.
FECT10NERIES,ln excellent locations, large
grocery store In Pittsburg, (9,000 or Invoice, doing
yearly business of (100,000; smaller grocery stores,
S400 to 5,000; cigar stores, small bakeries, confec
tioneries, boarding houses, drygoods and notion
stores, feed store, printing ofilce and many other
business chances for males or females: free par
ticulars. SHEPARD4CO., 54 Fifth ave. oc3
FOR SALE-LIBERTY ST. PROPERTY FOR
sale; an A No. 1 location for a produce com
mission house. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth ave.
T7AOR SALE-R00O-WYLIE AVE.. 6 ROOMS
X' and storeroom: lot 21x139; a bargain. UAL
TENSPERGER 4 WILLIAMS, 151 Fourth ave.
FOBSALE-ON FOURTH AVE., ADJOINING
the Dollar Bank, lot 45x85 ft : must be sold to
settle an estate,
A. HERRON 4 SONS, No.
) fourth ave.
1 TTiOKSALE-COK. ROSS 8TKEJETAND F1BST
-i.- avenue, a good oui
nought cheap. See w. A,
IIEliKON ft SO.NS, 80
FOB BALE-HOTEL, FUBlSlTUltE AND
lease: new brlcx house; furnished nicely;
some 60 rooms; fine bar; larfre transient trade;
price only f 5, 1)00: rare chance for a hotel man. C.
H. FOLSOM, Lima, Ohio. OC12-30
OK SALE-PENN AVE.. EAST END 11 CS1
NES3 property, between Hiland and Collins
aves.; lot 26x145 reel to a street; will be sold at a
bargain If sold st once: enhancement certain,
SAMUEL W. BLACK.& CO., 891rourth ave.
FOB 8ALE-f7,600-KENT, STM; BUTLEB ST.,
corner property; two brick houses or 7 rooms
and storeroom each: mansard and slate roofs: lot
44x110; the createst barcaln yet offered. For
terms and full particulars call on J.R. COOPEB
CO., 107 Fourth aye. oclJ-35
FOB 8ALE-THE VALUABLE BUSINESS
, property Mo, 1123 Penn avenue, city, between
Eleventh aud Twelfth streets, to be sold at Mas
ter's sale, by order of the Court of Common Pleas,
on next Thursday luornlnc, October 17, at 11
o'clock, on tbe premises: get handbUl or full Dsr
S?,laIl t our office. JAS. 8. YOCNU, Master.
JAS. VT. DBAPEACO.,129 Fourth avenue, Pitts
Bite, near FlTty-fourth street, city, front Iue 800
feet on Allegheny Valley Railroad by SOO reet deep
to a street: one of the most ellcible sites In the city
"manufacturing purposes; will sell at a bargain
on long, easy payments; owner being a non-rei-
-DBAPE 4 CO., TS9 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.
Mnnnfactnrlns; Sites. ,
JJ site near Fifty-fourth street, city, fronting
300 feet on Allegheny Valley Railroad by 390 feet
deep to a street; one of the most eligible sites In
tbe city for manufacturing purposes; will sell at a
bargain on long, easy payments; owner being a
non-resident, wants to sell. Particulars from
JAS. W. DKAFE4C0., 129 Fourth &Yenue,PItt8
bnrg. Pa. oc5-67-mtts
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock. fcc
FOB BALE-SECOND-HAND BAKOOCHE,
as good as new. Can be seen at C. WEST &
CO.'S, Carriage Makers, 420 Duquesne way, Pitts
burg, Pa. ocio-ss
FOR SALE-BTOKE POG1S, BT. LAMBERT,
A. J. C. C. H. R. heifers, the dams sold have
records of 2 pounds 2 ounces butter per day with
first calves; chestnut gelding 16 hands, i years,
.',100 pounds, can pull buggy 50, can road 12 miles
hour, dead game, extra gentle: If trained will
trot three or more heats In 1:33 or better, wears no
boots or pads, absolutely sound, free from vice or
blemish; 3 champion coon dogs, one a still hunter,
with record 45 coons last season's hunt: champion
rabbit dogs with big records unexcelled; come
and see; no letters answered unless stamp Is in
closed. H. C. GRAFF, Kensington, O. OCI2-58
niachlnerr and Metals.
FOR SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS XKW
and refitted; repairing promptly attended to.
PORTER FOU NDRV AND It ACHINECO., LIM
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29
FOB SALE NOW ONE SECOND-HAND
tenoning machine, 2 surface planers and 1
slixper, and new and second-hand engines, boilers,
lard kettles, tar tanks. Shinen valves, castings,
etc VELTE 4 MCDONALD, Thirty-second st
asd Penn ave. 3t21-91-tts
FOB 8ALE-GBEAT SACRIFICE OF PIC
TURES, odd pieces or furnltuie, etc; auc
tion sale Thursday, October 10, aud Saturday, Oc
tober 12, at7 p. li., at 55 Ohio St.. Allegheny.
ROBINSON 4 CO.. Auctioneers. odO-D-Tlig
TO LET-CHEAP-A NEW:BBICK HOUSE: 8
rooms: lsqr. irom Fifth avenue: only a few
minutes waif from P. O.; 27 per mo. W. A.
HEBRON 4 SON S, 80 Fourth ave. ocS-45-TTS
TO LET BRICK DWELLING, C BOOMS,
front and rear halls and stairway,, natural
5 as, bath; 4 minutes to cable cars; 20 per month.
OHN ALLEN, 6218 Penn ave. OC5-94-TT8
East End Residences.
LET HOUSE OP 14 BOOMS. STABLE
and outbuUdlnsrs: large grounds: on Negley
avenue near Penn avenue cable cars. Inquire of
jittNKY ku ufcitTa, at Oliver anoDerts wire Co.,
TO LET-VEBY CHEAP TO GOOD TENANT
until April I next Bates st, Oakland, 8
roomed residence. Inside shutters, and all modern
conveniences; very large grounds. JJLACK 4
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 0CI2-47
TO LET-ON BOYLE BT., ALLEGHENY,
brick house 3 rooms at (9 per month. ALEX
ANDER &LEK, 313 Wood St. 0(12-60
TO LET-SMALL HOUSE, 4 BOOMS, FOURTH
ward, Allegheny. One or 2 rooms. Sixth
ward, AUegheny. W. J.PBEXT1CE, 10C9 Liberty
mo LETT NEW HOUSE, 6 BOOMS,
W. SHAFEB, 93 Diamond st
TO LET-BELLEVUE, P., FT. W. 4 O. B. B.,
elegant residence, 14 rooms, complete In
every respect; large lot fruit and shade trees.
SAMUEL W . BLACK 4 CO. , 99 Fourth ave. -
TO LET-3 ROOMS ON FIB3T FLOOR 117BUSH
ST., Allegheny: water in kitchen; marble
mantels, etc.: rent (11. OC12-70
TO LET THREE ROOMS ON 8MITHPIELD
St., near postofflce, to a small family. In
quire at 614 SMITH FIELD ST. oclJ-67
rTW LET A FIRST-CLASS FURNISHED
Jt large iront parlor ror one or two gentlemen
rent very reasonable to right party.
rpo LET-A BRICK STORE AND DWELLING
X. la Mansfield, on Main st; a good
location for drygoods, notions, etc.; rent low to a
good tenant. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth ave,
TO LET-WAREHOUSE, NEW,6-STOBY AND
cellar, 40x80; power elevator: convenient to
Market st.: first class for any wholesale business.
SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO., 99 Fourth ave.
Offices. Desk Room. tf;c
and well lighted offices, cheap; Wood, near
Sixth avenue. . A. HEREON 4 SONS'80
Fourth avenue, oc5-45-tts
TO LET-THBEE LABGE CONNECTING
rooms suitable for club rooms or offices, cor.
Ohio and East Diamond sts.. Opposite Carnegie
Free Library and Market House, AUegheny. In
quire of F. P. THOMAS, 55 Ohio st OC12-69
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING, 75, 77 apd 79 Diamond street two of the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be found In the
city; rent (200and 300 per annum. Including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam heating.
Apply between 10 A. M. and 1 r. M., or between
2 and 4 P. M. Jy23-67
PERSONAL-MALTBY'S OYSTEB DEPOT,
late 76 Fifth avenue, removed to 641 Smith
field street: fresh oysters received dally; orders
filled at lowest prices. J. B. HEMMERLE, Mgr.
-0ERSONAL BOOKS! BOOKSI BOOKSI
JL7 New and old, ancient and modern, standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30, 000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STOKE. 900
Liberty st au3-93
"PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY BE-
TUBNED: recently thev had not been on the
best or terms owing to a little family lar occa
sioned by the wife insisting on being allowed to
icuuvaiu uis wearing apparej. ana wnicn, oi
course, was done in a bungling manner; In order
to prevent the trouble they agreed to send all
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor, 63
Fifth ave, corner Wood St., second floor, and
now everything Is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns in their household. Telephone 1558.
LOST-DOG-ON BIDGE AVE- ALLEGHENY;
a small Yorkshire temer answering to name
of Rag. Reward offered IT left at 24 LINCOLN
AVE., Allegheny. OC12-98
LOST-ON THUBSDAY, E1THEB ON FED
EBAL st, Allegheny, or Sixth St.. Pitts., a
bunch of keys; the finder wlU be liberally re
warded by returning same to AUFBECHTS
ELITE GALLERY, 516 Market St., Pg. OC12-I5
LOST-FRIDAY AFTERNOON. EITHER BE
TWEEN Atwood St.. and Oakland ward
school or on Oakland ave. : baby afgbsn, light tan
color, trimmed In lace: a suitable reward will be
given ir left at DOCTOR M. W. EVEBSON'S.No.
3608 Fifth ave.. Oakland. ocl2-76
FOUND-SICK, WEAK, NERVOUS MEN AND
women permanently cured by tbegreafTa-Va-Zoa
Remedies;" read the miraculous cures
lu " Herald of Health:" call or send two stamps.
DR. ORIFFI ru DBUG CO., 301 to 307 Grant, cor.
Third ave.. Pittsburg, Pa. ocl2-23
Piney Woods Hotel.
Season opens December 4. 18S9.
M. A. BOWER, Proprietor.
For circulars, rates, etc., address
WM. E. DAVIES. Manager, Thotnasville, Ga.,
or F. A. BUDLONG, WindsorHoteL N.Y.City.
Office of Countt Controller, i
PrrrsBtnio, October 1L 1889. (
QEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE BE
j5 CE1VED at this office until 4 o'clock P. K.
THURSDAY, October 17,1389, for wideniun
and extending approaches to bridgo over Char
tiers creek at McCabes. Bids to be by the lump
sum for work complete. Work to be completed
on or before December 1, 1SS9. Specifications
can be seen at the office of the County Engi
neer after MONDAY, October M, 1889.
Bidders should visit site before blddlntr.
ocl2-33 County Controller.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED by tbe nnderslcned, at the Mer
chants and Manufacturers' Bank, at Detroit,
illchu, until OCTOBER 20, 1889, at 12 o'clock
noon, for the purchase of 150,000 of the Baraga
Graphite Mining Company's 6 per cent first
mortgage coupon bonds, in sums of $500 and
npward, reserving the right to refect any or
all bids. The property consists of 8S0 acres of
land in Baraja county, Mich., with a vein of
graphite or black lead 170 feet In thickness now
worklne, and a personal guarantee given by a
good party if required.
Further information given on inquiring of
Fred Carlisle, 61 Campan Building. Detroit,
Mich. F- CARLISLE & CO.
p A. BALPH,
41 Seventh avenue,
Telephone 134L. seo-38-TTS
mHE PnTSBUKePHOTO-ENGRAVIN G COM
1NG. "5, 77 and 79 Diamond St. Engravings of
buildings, machinery, portraits, cuts for csta
lognes, etc I reproductions of pen and Ink draw
ings, ivood cut prints, manuscripts, etc. ; print
ing, binding, blank boots, etc. se4-42-ws
Trl PT 17 9 1 1UGI7S in and ou -tHit'-IIIYLE
JiAliUXia bura-UtherJbitct of
an interesting t..ursica ornate m tomorrow
IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
ISO. 1, OF ALLEGHENY COUNTT.
WILLIAM J. MOYER.
Et ux. et a.; No. 620 June Term, lSeSJn equity.
By authority of. an order of tbe Court, sade
(September 19, 1869, In the above entitled ease,
I will expose tbe following described real
estate for sale at public auction to the bichest
At 10 o'clock a. M., on the premises, that cer
tain lot situate in the City of Allegheny, county
of Allegheny, and State of Pennsylvania, on
the west tide of East Diamond st, begtnrilfig
at a point 120 feet south of South Diamond
st. and extending; southwardly along said Ease
Diamond St. 33 feet, thence westwardly.at right
angles with said street and preserving even
width 55 feet, having thereon erected two two
story briclrdwelllne houses.
At 10:15 o'clock A. K., ot the same day, on the
premises, all that certain lot of ground situate
in the Fourth ward of the city of Allegheny,
county and State aforesaid, on the east side of
Pioe alley, beginning at a point 100 feet south
of South Diamond st and extending south
wardly along said alley 20 feet, thence at right
angles with said alley eastward!;, preservin
even width, 55 feet, having thereon erected one
two-story and basement brick dwelling house.
At 10:30 o'clock A. v. of the same day and at
last mentioned. place, to wit. Pine alley, near
South Diamond street; all that certain lot situ
ate in Reserve township, county and State
aforesaid, consisting of 5 acres and 30 perches,
being purpart No. 3 m the plan of partition at
saldnumber and term, and bounded and de
scribed as .follows, to wit; Beginning at
a point on the public road at
he southeastern corner o lot owned
by Mrs, Ford, distant 256.77 feet east
wards from the line ol land of Swindell,
thence northwardly along the line of land ot
Mrs. Ford 1,017.16 feet to the line of land of
William Haztett, thence north 87 3a east
220.88 feet to line of land of Mrs. Cahill, thence
southwardly along the line of same 1,009.26
feet to the publln road, thence along tbe line
of same south 76 iy west 225.39 feet to the
place of beginning.
Terms of Sale 10 per cent at time of sale,
one-half on delivery of deed and the balance In
one year, secured by first bond and mortgage,
with interest payablo semi-annually, and with
30-day scire facias clause, or cash, at the option
of the purchaser. A. J. BARTON. Master,
Cor. Fifth ave. and Grant st, Pittsburg, Pa.
J. 1L CALDWELL.
JOSEPH P. SPLANE,
Attorneys, 83 Diamond St., Pittsburg; Pa.
J. H. BORLAND, Auctioneer.
Important to the public. The stock of a
large drygoods importing honse, over ,150,000
worth of foreign and domestic drygoods, car
pets, rugs, druggets, eta, etc, by auction, at
J. H. BORLAND'S
Large and Spacious Commission Rooms,
NOS. 723 and 725 LIBERTY STREET,
at the head of Wood street, opposite the Ar
buckle block, commencing
MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1B89.
Sales will commence dally at 10 A. v., p. st
and. 720 7. If., and continue from day to day
until the entire stock. Is disposed of, and. in
quantities to shit the purchaser. ContetBg;pf
English, French and German Cloths and Cas
slmeres. Beavers and Fine Overcoatings, Ladies
and Children's Fine Fancy Cloakings, Broche,
India Kashmyr, Real Camels' Hair, French
and American Velvet Reversible and other
fashionable and desirable Shawls. Tambour,
Brussels, Nottingham, Madras and Antiuno
Lace Curtains, Portieres, etc etc.
In great variety, such as Black and Colored
Silks, Satins and Satin Rhadaraas, Figured and
Striped Brocades, etc., of the latest designs and
patterns. Black and Colored Henrietta Cloths
and Cashmeres, "finest imported," all-wool
Fancy Plaids, Tricots, Serges, Combination
Suits, Fine Silk Plush Suitings of the latest
designs in Suits- or by the yard, Velvets and
Velveteens. Irish, Scotch, German and French
Linens of every description. Prints, Ging
hams, Chambrays, eta. Bleached and Un
bleached Cottons from one to three yards wide,
a large assortment of Ladles. Gents and Chil
dren's Hosiery, Underwear, etc. English and
American Blankets "of the finest makes."
Flannels, Marseilles, French Reversibles,
Turkish and other Choice Quilts, together with
a large and elegant assortment of Carpets,
Turkish, Oriental, Smyrna, Crossley's Velvet
and other rich and rare Ruga, Druggets, eta,
eta, with an immense variety of other goods
too numerous to mention.
This is without exception the largest sale of
Fine Drygoods, Carpets and Rngs ever offered
in Pittsburg, and is well worthy the attention
of the public generally. Tbe entire stock
must be sold regardless of cost or price in
order to make a prompt settlement with the
All goods sold at this sale positively guar
anteed and warranted as represented.
Special accommodations provided for ladies.
BRUCE & SHIELDS, Attorneys at Law,
Cor. Fifth Ave. and Grant St.
MASTER'S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL
estate. No. 1123 Penn avenue. In the
Court of Common Pleas No. 2, of Allegheny
county, Pennsylvania, sitting in equity, at No.
209 October Term, 1B87. Robert W, Wright vs
David Garrett, trustee et al, to the highest and
best bidder, on
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17. '89,
at U o'clock A. it, all that certain piece of real
estate of Robert Wright, deceased, late of the
city of Pittsburg, in Allegheny county, situate
in the Ninth ward of said city, fronting on
Penn avenne, and beginning at a point two hun
dred and sixteen (216) feet west of Twelfth
street, running thence parallel with Twelfth
street, one hundred (100) leet to Mulberry
alley; thence along said alley twenty-four (24j
feet to lot or property nf James Mcclain, and
now of Margaret McClain and Isabella W.
Meeds; thence along said lot or property oue
hundred (1U0) feet to Penu avenue; thence
aiong Baia street twenty-iour (i'4) leet to the
place of beginning being the same which John
Wright et ux by deed dated 24th March, 1819, as
recorded in tbe Recorder's office of said county,
in deed book, vol. 93. page 95. granted and con
veyed to tbe said Robert Wright; see also deed
of Robert Wright with Susan, alias Susannah
H. Wright, bis wife, to David Garrett, dated
the 21st day of December, 1251, as recorded in
said Recorder's office, in deed book, voL 118,
TERMS OF SALE One-third or one-half In
cash on delivery of deed; and the balance in
two equal annual payments, to be evidenced by
common bond, secured by tight morteace on
the premises, with Interest semi-annually, or
all cash on delivery of deed. 10 per cent of
purcnase money to do paia a own on uay oi
sale. JAS. 8. YO UNO, Master.
JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.,
Agents and Auctioneers,
OCI2-100-D 129 Fourth avenne. Pittsburg.
Wm. Ross, executor, eta, et al, 1 No. 2, Sep
Elizabeth Donneil, et al. U889.
310 WM. ROSS, EXECUTOR, ETCL,
Joseph Donnell. John Donnell, Thomas
onnell of John, John Montgomery and: Mary
A-, his wife. Asa Derrick and Eliza P., his wile.
Thomas" Donnell of William, James Donnell,
Joseph Donnell of William, Peter Ward and
Martha H., bH 'wife, Henry Donnell, Minnie
M. Donnell, Margaret It. Donnell and Margaret
You are hereby notified that the writ breve
de partitlone lacienda has issued in the above
case, and that the inquisition will be held on
the 19th day of November. 1889, at ll'o'ciock
A. ST., upon the premises situate in Fawn town
ship, Allegheny county. Pennsylvania: begin
ning at a white oak, thence N. 2U W. 2C0
perches to a post; thence N. 87V E. 2U) perches
to a post; thence 8.2E.200 perches to a
white oak: thence S. 87 W. 200 perches to the
place of beginning; and that said Inquisition is
returnable on the 28d day of November, 1869.
CI MALL EXPENSES-SMALL PROFITS.
lO Friend, if you want a flno gold wateh go to
Fourth. ave.;mtee Is good yet. Itwasafet
w years. ago at vrj-Lisuivs. feuna aye..
I n ..inii.j
x-ia-Btmrfr.' m ateo, asms; asa je'
The greatest tedaeegaeattteftK mmmmt
permanency or speculattea yet oSereo.
Pill OF LOTS?
-AT- . ' "
OntheMoBOBfakeJa DirieJes, P. K.
situated that they are easy of xeese
hour in the day) to three or fear of the
mannfacturteg works la AHefcey
and they .
CAN BE BOUGHT ON FAIR
5-Good chaace for steady work)
Howard. Plate Ghvss Works. Aflojhoui'l
mer Steel Works asd DaqaesM '
J. R. WYLIE
Or No. S Wood street,
GRAND OPERA HOCSB
E.D.WTLT Lessee ami
Six nieats. Wednesday asd Sal
Annual engagement of then
' RUDOLPH .ARONSCt
COMIC OPERA COMFAMY.
Presenting the First Operatic Vouif-at
THE -:- BRIGANDS;
As presented attkeNewYoekl
The original east, inetadtaf; 1
js auny xuce, xsaoeu urqswui,
ard Carroll. Max .Lube. Henry :
Hallam, A. W. Tarns and others.
uon oi tne opera nnaersM on
MAX 'FREEMAN. HusmsJ
GU STAYS K.KKK-EK.
SEATS NOW ONS
Prices Parquet; S Sfc Parwet I
$1: Dress Clrele. Tee, 58c; GaUery, ate, -
EVERYBODY'S DAY." '
OF THE GREAT SHOW.
HEAR THE FAMOBS
jlTRS. JENNESS MILLER,
THE LOVELY DRESS :
Will deliver another leetara-
ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBE
Seats now on sale at Hamilton's mnsie
Fifth avenue, city. oeJi-S-n
pRAND OPERA HOUSE-TO-MGHT.
HELEN BARRY, bv SBeetel l
A WOMAN'S Sf RATAOES
qeK. , z
October Hth,Rudolph Arossea Cfis4e I
Company in "The BngaBdev" oat
HARRY LACY asd the
. STILL ALAls;l
uci. 'ii j. ju, jtuus Arosuue case i
ARRIS' THEATER EVERY
NOON and eventee.
WILBUR OPERA CO. With SUSIE KDSWlirJ
Saturday Matinee "Jf ANON. a
nlcM "PRINCES OF TREBIZONDE." V
week October M SHE.
TTARR WILLIAMS' ACADBKX :
To-night, Matinees Tuesday,
GU 8 HILL'S
WORLD OF NOVELTIES.
This wee. Oct T. 4 -
RUSJS.1'ili!; WILD Q11U.
Oct. 14- The Great World's Circa. osMIl
SIXTH STREET, PITTS8UJI.V?
1,117 i'UDlUN'l LABX XKAK.
Classical, sciestiac. Ladles' Semteary. ;
Musical, Elocutionary. Business Ce
Shorthand departments. Send for new
logue. correspondence with young 1
slrlntr a better edncatlon regMitfB.fi
JAMES CLARK WILT.TAMB, A. 1
FTTSBURG ART SCHOOL, BSKAi
TJHHBD 1864. offers advantages tit
thorough Academic Setwoit
Art, com Dined wits prtvM.
traction: each nat
ioint direction of G
zex (uusseiaorc Aeaaeayj,
w. Deatry (Musies.
Students who cannot a
wtt enter for limited 1
days a week. For prospectus address ,' ;
JU-fcUN W. ISfcATXX, n
au3BK-Tu8 413 wood street.
SIXTH AVENUE'DYE WORXsS
M. MY SONS & m
HiiuM iiitta anu shajuj
And eeneral renovators of texltta
dies' and gentlemen's soiled or faded 1
neatly cleaned or restored is celer.
of every description carefully attended 1
M. MAY SONS &
jeU-TTS 56 SIXTH AVE..
T ARROWS 4 OSBOURNE
JJ . JOB PRINTERS.
Telephone No. 812.
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