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PIT.FSBIJ.RGII GAZETTE : MONDAY, JULY . . 26, 186'9.
4 , • a TIS . NEW vim: " 'l4
OPIPICE OP CITY ENSONXER AND StAVEYOn,
Pittsburgh. July 26. 1669.
NOTICE.—The Assessment for
to ALMOND ALLEY.'
Mg' Butler str..et the Alleghen alle? R.R..
is - now ready for examination. an d ` can le seen
ar this office until TriU6SUAY, Aukust sth,
when it will be returned to the City Treasui2r's
cf. - :e fur collection. H. .T. MOORE.
this day b en appointed t dminiatutor of
. . TnE. IINDtIISIGNED. having
• . •li and singular the goods and chattels watch
~ •re of ALFRS.D W. DUNLAP late ot Ve city
- - vi Pittsburgh, deceased, hereby gives iotice
• to thAs i concerned. that he is ready to pro
cee:t with the tettletnent of the estate of said de
- cedeut. All persons knowing themselves In
sebt.hl to said estate will please call and . pay the
„ 4 • ,
.;y6:mti-T FRANCIS J. HALL, Administrator.
• No. DS Fourth Arcane.
QTOCRS AND GROUND RENT.
Air — TITEhI PAY EVENING, July 27th. at S
c 'clock, will be sold on second floor of Commer
cial Sales Rooms, 105 Smithfield etreet,
JO area eecondaonal Bank;
7 e ar,s Allegheny Natlonal Bank;
5 ares Pittsburgh Savings Bank;
20 are German insurance Co.
ann um n
Also. Perpetual around Rent of $71.50 per
thetafayette Hall Bul'iling Lot, Wood
street, elow Fourth avebue.. •lilii ground rent
le a v. ry desirable opportunit I for the most se
cure Investment possibl. and at the prtsent
Mich rate of interest. which will remain perma
nent to the purchaser, through all future reduc
tlon.l"'of interest rates.
INTHE COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS of Allegheny county. No. 504 of
September Term, 1839. In the matter of the
aPplication of the YOUNG MEN'd BIBLE SO
CIETY OP PITTSBURGH, for an alteration
and amendment off their Charter of Incorpora,
Notice Is hereby glYea that on the 24th dap
or July, 1869, application was made to 'said
Court to change the name of and alter and amend
the Charter of Incorporation of said Young
Idea's Bible Eoci , ty of Pittsburgh, and that if
.2.0 sufficient reason be shown to the contrary, the
serge will be granted at the next term of said
Court. • •, J. W. KERNER,
Attoiney for Petitioners.
TO STONE CONTRACTOR S ._
The PARK COILIfEBsION of AllegnenY
City receive proposals until WEDNESDAY.
July 21103, at
,3 Y. 31,
A STONE FOUNTAIN BASIN,
Feet in. Diameter, on West Common,
Plans and iSpeelficatlons can be seen and ful
pt the lowest or any bid.
3•^':llC.o Superlntendine El:Wafer
!riIWELFTH LIST, 1569, AP.
PLICATIONS to Sell Liquors. Led lu the
David Wickline:tavern, Ist ward.
Wm. S. McFetridge, taverU, 9th ward.
Milligan, literenberg £ Co., other goods, 10th
• F. J. Mason, other goods, lath ward.
uounis Hunt, tavern, 1? , th ward.
Cath. McCoy, tavern, lidtn ward.
• Chae. coll. oilier goods. 13th ward.
M. L. Fortier. tavern, asst ward.
• • Alice Beardail, oth r goods, 13th ward.
' . • Allegheny.
' James Remingsnlder. tavern, 3d ward.
o. Weaver, tavern. 34 ward:
John Feateerston, eatine hens- 4th ward.
C. M. Deddrick, other goods, 4th ward,
• C. Bauerlein, tavern, Earlier.
Alex. Campbell. ether goods, East Blriningh'ix.
, \ The License Bourd will alt for hearing the
above applications on WEDNESDAY, the Stith
, \ -day of Ju.y, 1889, at 9 o'clock A, I.
I Y2C:IM A
Af E T OD IS T
_129 SMITI-IVIEL:33 ST
(Methodist Episcopal Elock,)
BLiillE 8008 S,
- Very Low
TO CLOSE OCT THE STOCK
JOSEPH HORNER, Agent.
11 :RON AND STEEL.
THREE NEW BOOKS.
IRON-Its History, Properties and Processes of
Manufacture. By WM. FAIRBUBN, C. E.,
Re. Tbird Edition. Revised, $5 25.
IRON AND STEEL—Elasticity. 'Extensibility
and Tensile' Strength. By GNAT STYFFE,
with* Preface by Percy. $B.OO. •
I RUN AND STEEL MANUFACTURE. Papers
on the'Manufacture and Properties of Iron and
Steel. By FERDINAND KOHN, C. E. 415.
I? JR SALE BY
R. S. DAVIS & CO-,
rEsni. NULL FLOUR FROM
s NEW WHEAT.—We are now receiving a
• 8 JDZllent Or choler TENNESSEE NEW Alktßaß
and WHITIC WHEAT; which we are- mixing
1 1 with our Old Wheat In such proportions as to
make an article of Family Flour equal If pot
perlor m e rit s tbe market.
The we claim for this Flonr are tbat of
being manufactured from strictly choice number
oue couthern Amber and White Wheat, with the
Most approved mrchluery, by experlensed mil
lers. • Our Brands are:
Tan.v..E /MAK PEARt GREEN BRAD,
made rrnm Choice "ti, hite Wheat, unsurpassed N as
Pastry WO Flour. •
• • T IisTA.R DOURLE EXTRA. BLUE
BRAND, from selected White and Amber Wheat,
unsurpassed as a Family I. tour.
PZAISI., RED BRAND from selected amber
and best grades of Rea 'W inter.
To orevens , fraud in, refl ding our sacks we now
seal them with date of manufacture.
R. T. KENNEDY & BRO.,
Pearl /Steam Mill, Allegheny.
• • The qualified voters orthe First ward, City
Allegheny. will meet at the tidal-nixie and
. "place for holding elections. on TUESDAY, Au
gust, 3d, 1560, to ELECT ONE PERSON to
Ell the unexpired term of Samuel H. Hartman,
.Esq., Select Councilman. resigned. Alao, ONE
PERSON to fill the unexpired term of Henry M.
Long. Esq.; Common Councilman, resigned.
CrrY OF ALLEOuENT, June 113. 1869.
NCITY or ALLEGHENY, 1869.
OTICE . Ti.
MANUFACTURERS OF SCALES.
Sealed Pronosals will h. received at this offi
until 3 o'clock ;. on TR Ultl4lAy, July 29, ce
1889, for • •
One 15 Ton Weigh Seale, Complete,
The same to . be delivered at the Second Ward
WOO HOUPP. The right Is reserved to reject
any or all bids.
W. N. PORTER
infanta CITY CONTROLLER.
peenda Immediately. which a !Urn:matt
ce wlll bepaid. •
/ 23 /SAIAR DICKWY t 1)0.
AASIKET WILLOWS . --178 bdls
now landthe from steamer R. C. Gray. for
T MAW( DICKEY & CO.
A. McILWALNE, Anctionee?
J, U. BROWN, Clerk.
93 WOOD STERECT.
BATES & BELL'S
JCE CHEAPER THAN EVER*
avin g been appointed sole agent for this city
for the sale ot
.C9inutaqqua County (New York)
I am now prepared Co furnish it daily in cat loads
at depot to dealers. at - low rates.
Parties desiring to purchase or malco'arrange
meats to get it vett] please leave their orders two
days before requiring.
00,000 Pounds of Wool Wanted by
NEANOR & HARPER,
AT THE WHITE FRONT.
22tl Liberty street, Pittaburgb, Pa.
PURIFIES THE BliooD.l
ton. BALE BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWIDER..
de l :b2ticws
V TE barwels
Cleveland WI/Ise Lime; SOO bbla name rn
J. B. LIPPINCOTT & CO.
Have Just IsSued
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For sale by all ittooksetters. or will be sent by
mall, postage prepaid, on receipt of price by
J. B. I LIPPINCOTT & CO.,
Publishers, Booksellers and Importers.
715 AND 717 MARKET ST., PIMA
SILK , MANTLES
Of all Rinds
To Close their Stock.
JOHN WHITE, Jr.,
Medium Dark Calicos.
JEANS AND TWEEDS.
TABLE LINENS AND NAPKINS,
Sheeting and Pillow Case
Ifluslinsr and Linens
Wholesale r Cash Buyers will
find Pull Assortments of Deal
rable.Goods at LOWEST PRI
No. - 180 and 182 Federal Street,
B. N. ArCOWAN J. B. leliOWN.
R. M. McCO WAN & CO, ,
Boulevard Paver s ,
Mee, No. 65 OHIO ST., ALLEGHENY.
Orders left at GAZETTE OFFICE, Pittsburgh,
promptly attended to.
Pave Sidewalks, Cellars, bauble Yards,
Warranted against changes of Lyond Cold.
REPEREErEB—MAX. Mo..rhead, & nhorb.
ROOT Pattersdn,Wm. Park, •iames N. Long &
Son, Hartley. & SlcKee, Anderson's & Maxwell,
Aiken & Campbell. Isaac Craig. jylmuM
FOR SALE. • •
A Complete assortment. of
ciOLD AND STEEL PENS,
BANK AND COUNTING.HOUSE INK
LETTER, CAP, BILL,
LETTER AND NOTE PAPERS, by
W. S. HAVEN & CO.,
Corner Wood Street and Third Avenue.
J. J.C.:-13-wlni ..... .
TT... 4. BRAT?
SIVINT & BRA,
41 . 110111 TEOTIMAL AND
No. 61 Sandusky St.. Allegheny, Pa.
BA largo assortment of NEWEL YILUNTII and
fLLS) TEES constantly on band. TONIYMG
l descriP U. 'June noo•oul
CI M. Sl= & CO.,
office and ate
4411113ENDWAIIE. BRISTOL waRE
Warehouse. 883 LIBBIIT
4 1 / 1 0•11 orders promptly attended t o m
180 and 182 Federal Street,
ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE
Gro Grain Alpacas,
EQUAL IN COLOR TO SILK
SQUARE AND LONC
BLACK THIBET SHAWLS.
'DV SIRES ARAB SIMS
Exceedingly Lew Prictis
PLAIN AND PLAID
BJIRGIINS IN DRY GOODS
180 and 182 Federal Street,
Fast Colored Dark Calicos
FOR 0.17: DOITL.IR.
Good Fast Colored Calico
AT 10 CENTS.
FOR ONE DOLLAR.
UNDRESSED BIDED MUSLIN
Yard Wide Sheeting Muslin
At 12 1-2 Cent-.
LINEN TABLE NAPKINS.
Atl2 1-2 Cents.
GOOD LINEN TOWELS.
Three for 25 Cents.
AT 6 1-4 CENTS,
At 30 Cents.
At 25 Cents.
GRANITE MIXED POPLINS
.1 Decided Dargain.
At 25 Cents.
INE DOUBLE WIDTH
New Bargains Opening Daily
No. 180 and 182 Federal Street,
e ttD unity C . OMFORT
J. B. H&RRLS '
Safety Fire Jacket, Car Heater and
: 11 0DER.If TOR.
For Smoke and Hot Air Flues, dispensing with
the use of stoves and bre. in °reboot the Pa,sen
ger or Baggage Cara, with the attachment to
graduate the heat to any temperature that may
be desired without tee possibility arliring the
or cars to which the Jacket may be atatened.
Having obtained of the United States Letters
Patent far a Safety Jacket, which is warranted
to resist the miss intense heat that may be ap
plied to it in tae position and put Dose for which
It is Intended. -
It is a sure protection from accidents by fire,
originating from defective Dues or where iron
pips si are used as cductors for smoke or heat.
It is applicable to alt piping that eome
overheated, and is warranted to givperfect sat
isfaction where wood or other combustible mate-
Mai may be placed In close proximity thereto,
I as now ready to apply my invention to stores,
dwellings, factories, sham, steamboats , railroad
care, ac. Wherev-r pipes as conductors are
made dangerous by being overheated and secu
rity desired, I will Ilene on application right to
manufacture or use the above invention. Also
Territorial rights to such as may wish to engage
in Belli:1g privileges either by State or county.
Z. 8. WatalS.
811`0Mce at the "NE PLUS ULTRA PAINT
WORKS." corner of Morris street and the Alle
gheny Valley Railroad, !twelfth ward. Pitts
PIiENII SIZU :p
-a: daily at BENJAMIN PUIPRESs 'popular
eh Stand, O. 45 Diamond Market, Pitts
burgh, and at the Twin City, Allegheny City.
corner of Ohio and Federal streets. - Can be had
all kinds of Sea and Lake fish, Halibut, Shad,
Seek, Codfish. Haddock and Rel. Also, large
supplies of White, Lake Flab, Salamon, Bass.
litergeon, Herring and Mactuaw Trout, which
enables us to sell at the lowest market prices,
wrr holesale or tail. We invite all lovers of
Fsh Flab to re
give Ull a call, incur
them treat andwe will
r18F1! FlSH:—Potomoc Shad
in half barrels; Potomor Herring in her
.., Mackerel No. 1. 8 and 3 in' vorions sized-
Pat:Mares; White Fish. Lake Herring. For sale
tow to the trade by WATT. LANG a CO., 118
and 110 Wood street.
IOR SALE,VAILIIABLE CITY
6 a SIDENCE.—HOUBN AND LOT, No. 7AI
'Washington street, Allem beny City. The lot is
62 feet on Washington street. extending back
260 feet, on which Is t reeted a doable two I tory
brick dwelling, having all motion improvements
Also brick stable end carriage room, with ger.
Vants room attached, all itt ltrat rate order. TS
those Wanting a comlbrtable home, this propel t 3
is recommended. Enquire on the premises, of
tvi2:mit RT DA L2e.LL.
__ kton Avenue.
J. W. BAR
The Stock "is Large and C
has been Rediiced
IST 1 aturr is
In order to close the Estate
rir..vorrcAs--..T0-Let," "For Sale,"
"Lon, " Wants,' "Found," g•Boarding,"
ay., tot exceeding FOURLINES,
be inserted in these columns once for
TIVENTY-PIVE CENTS; each addi
tional line FIT'E CENTS
NVANTE 0.--A good HORSE
BRO BridgeCLES' SHOP. at south d
Slui.oubrabc la •
W ANTED-I RIMEDIATELY.--
A WET-NURSE, and also a girl for
Louse work. Reterene.s requlecd. Call - at 25
VINE STREET. near Reed street, Pittsburgh.
ANTED—P II I NTERS.—two
young men , who have bad experience as. ,
newspaper compositors, will be needed In a fe*
days. Address Box "A." 43 AZETTE office. I
PBOYS LOYIdENT OFFICE. No. 1 4t. chili
GIRLS and MEN, for difterent
kinds of employment. Persons wanting hely
of all kinds can be anopited on short notice.
A NTE10....A good GuR DE S
es ;to the countbry.who can drive and
withmust .- sober, hont a
industrious. To such an can a gond homese a nd
fat- wages will be elven. Call at or addrcs4
yoHN ,i. I. YOUNG. irruit and Confectioner,
No. 133 Fifth Avenue Extension, for further in•
W ANTE D — BOARDERS—Tw o
gentlemem - or a gentleman and hls
can obtain a pleasant room with or without
bnard In A Ingrate family In Jllegheny. abore
North, COMMOLI. Address E. C.. Li., trAZE:I7I2
- BOARDERS. -AL
gent and pleasant or a fcw single
gen tleinru; can obtain rooms and good
board by applying soon at 71 Liberty street,Pitts
burgh. References exchanged.
W ANTED --AGENTS
V ANTED . -4 GENTS.--Every-
WHEtte, to =ll JACKSON'S W.1%.1)019
SASH FASTENER. Can be put on any Window
ina few moments without cutting or fitting.
Will hold the window un it any hight desired, or
lock it down. Four.ilftlis of ad the windows
have no fasteners on Li:rein. Agents are making
$1.5.00 a day selling them. fismnles tent by mall
tor 10 cents. Address J. C. oACKSUN & cam.,
No. 1 Sixth street. Pittsburgh. Pa. d.c.F
NVArirl'EM--A GE:tiatll.--s7* te
$2OO per month everywhere, male and
female. to introduce the PEN lIINE IMPROVED
CoMMON SENSE FAMILY SEWING MA
CHINE. This machine will stitch, hem, fell,
tuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid and embroider, iu
a moat superior mat ner. Price only $lB. Folly
warranted for five years. We will pay 51,000
for any macnine that will sew a stronger, more
'beautiful, or more elastic seam than ours. It
makes the "Elastic Lock Stitch." Every second
stitch can be cut, and still the cloth can notbe
pulled apart without tearing it. We pay ager.te
from $7B to $2OO p..r month and expenses, or a
commission from which twice that amount can
be made. Address SECOMB dr. tD., Pittsburgh,
Pa., St. Louis, Mo., or Boston, Mass.
CAUTION—Du not be imposed upon by other
parties palming off worthless cast iron machines.
under the same name or otherwise. Ours is the
only genuine and really practical cheap machine
w..4.rierEo --AGEIVTS.—To sell
American Xnitting Machine. Price
$25. The flinpiest. cheapest and best Knitting
machine ever invented. Will knit 20.00(
stitches per minute. Liberal inducements ts
agents. Address AMERICAN H 3 SITTHS 0 119,
I HINE CO., Boston, Mass.. or St. Louie, Mo.
5_ .4.4e ur5e ,,,,,, ...".-,,,,,"""
TO LEN. --• MOCK ING BIRD.--;
Prum the refthlence of SAM ItEL RIDDLE,
EN, IBS Payette stre. t, Allegheny City, a
IIIOCIUNG- BIRD, a fine slnge - r:lhad one of Its
toes broken. A littera, reward whl be paid for
tt s return
TO -LET. —A furnished FRONT Roon, soon, with Gas. In old .1 ath ward: rent
mo !trate. Enquire 0r5. - M., 257 Llbertyatruet.
MO-LET.—A HOUSE of Te
Booms, newly refitted; fn a most 11.autiful, n
Ilady and centraljocttion. on Eighth (Hancock)
tree% near Penn.\ Also another with stx rooms.
Annbr at 277 Penn street.
T O • 7 LET.-VIVE NEW HOUSES
ward AS Il l e X g h R e O n O v, M nSra cAh
l o le n g h Ja n lp Av en r
square from Manchester str,-et cars. Enquire of
T. M. oFfOLES. 89 Feder,l street. corner 8:003,-.
Xton avenue, or CHARLES P. STRIGHT, 171
orth avenue. corner W sharer s'reet.
TAoLET VElff----- PLEASANT'
' or single, for lodging.
or without board, at .75 FOURTH AVI:-
r ir o- LET. - 1100Z1113. on Second
A L , Coot'. with Boarding• Location the most
desirable In the city, with the conveniences of
bath rooms the comforts of a private family, as
iew boaroers are kept. .1 1 4.12iorth Avenue. Al.
TO - LET.- Rooms.— Two line
.ROOAtB In GAZETTE BUILDING. Apply
t 'ountlag Rooms. 84 and 88 Fifth avenue.
OR SALE.—The "MR of the
Fsaloon, No. 3 WYLIE STREET. Will
lease the House for any number of years. Airs.
Lon. SALE.—About -LIO acres
seats; o o n an d 2 I
m th e e s
b f e o s m t
thteu aWn t
fo r r i t co b u u n r t g s!
Ferry Landing. • Will be sold altogether or is
nieces to snit purchasers. Enquire of 7r. C
NaeuEY, once at the south end of the Idonma
House and Lot on Sandusky Street; House and
Lot on Boyle street; A Houses in the Eighth
Ward; 3 Farms In Ohio; Farm in Sewickley
Township; 10 acres at Fleming Station, P., Ft.
W. it C. H. B.; Farm near Perrysville; House
and 1S acres at Glendale Station, P., Ft. W. .t
C. R. R.; A Farms in Iowa; Lot on Locust street
(Manchester). Farm in West sureland county; F
Houses and Lots In Spring Garden avenue; House
and Lease on /fiddle street; Rouse and *Lots
on Spring Hill. Ith ward. Other Houses and
Lots In good location. lopulre of
Real Estate and Insur M ance Agent, corner Ohio
Sandusky streets. Allegheny. jyl7
An eleeant'new Brick Dwoling, 7 rootus, at ,
tie thill'wash room.
House of 4 rooms, 2 lots, 16th ward, $l,BOO,
House of 4 rooms, 1 lot. 16th ward, $1,500.
House of 4 rooms, 2 lota, 17th ward. $2,800.
House of 4 rooms, 1 lot, 17th ward, $2,400.
House of 4 rooms, 1 lot, 15th ward, $2,600.
House of la rooms, 1 lot, 15th ward, $BOO.
19 lots,Slebert & Wmliuu3, plan,s7oo to $BOO.
2 lets, 44th street, $1.200 each,
4 lots, 45th street, $/,000 each.
a lots, Hatfield street, $BOO each • .
1 lot, Sherman street, $7,50.
5 lots, 40th street, 202240, $12,000.
4104, Butler strut, $4,000.
BARGAINS IN BLOOXPERLD.
• Lots 202137 pet, 4600; ten years to pay. b.
house cost $500; Interest on both, $6O a year.
Many pay $lBO year rent. At Bloomfield yon
would save $ll4 a year and your house and lot
In less than 10 years. Churches and schools
30 acres of land, a mlle from Sharpsburg,
$6,000; 25 acres of it, $3.500.
D. & TVILLUNS, 17th ward.
3 STILLS, each 9 feet diameter and 16S .
feet long; with about 300 feet condensing pipe.'
,from 4-inch down to 2S-inch gas Pipe to each
it'll. for $9OO apiece,
2 BOILERS, each 32-incb diaMeter and 14
feet long, with chlitineyZ bridging; steam drum.
stand pipe, &c., for $5OO.
6-KEYSTONE STEAM tLIMPS, each - 12
steam cylinder. 7_ Inch water cylinder and Inch
inch stroke, for $3OO apiece,
1 IRON AGITATOR. 16 feet diameter and 16
feet deep, with cast iron bottom for $5OO.
700 feet 2,1•6-inch flAs PIPE at 40e per foot.
Apnly to ERN Y. JAGEMAN Es CO., at works.
near Sharosburg Bridge;
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
• • FOR SALE.—The heirs of the late ALEX.
ANDER CAMERON, deceased, offer the follow- •
lug desirable and conveniently located property
for sale: Three story Brick Dw.lling Rouse,
fronting on West Common, Allegheny. No, 26
Sherman avenue: Also, two story trick Dwel
ling, fronting on East Common, No. 16 Union
AVE nue. Also, three story Brick store room. No.
104 Federal street, Allegheny, now occupied $y
J. J. East as kook Store. All of the above le of
fered on seasonable Mims, In order to facilitate:
the settlement of the estate. Parties wanting:
Information will apply to the undersigned at of
fice of the Pennsylvania Insurance Company-,
168,3 i Wood street., Pittsburgh. kiIIGH MeEL
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
No. I. WARVIOITSIC AND LOT. No. 95
Water street, 30 feet front on Water greet, ex
tending back 18uP feet to Pint street. Occupied
by Messrs. Calhoun & son.
No. 2. WAREHOUSE AND LOT. INS, 205
Liberty street. 20 feet front on Liberty. extend
ing back 120 feet. Occupied by Mr. MeSvriggin..
No. 3 One-ball of WAREHOUSE AND LOT,
No. 337 Commercial Row, Liberty street.
No. 4. LOT No. 22 in Carling's Plan of Lots.
fronting 20 feet on Dlnwldoie street.
No. 5. LOTS Noe. 82, 83, 84, 85 and 88 In
Wz ay dc E!oLveller's Plan of Lots, Bluonitletd.
td re main on interest. in nsliferable portion of the pnichase oney .
For further information apply to DR. R. WE
1:32 Webster street. or to J. T. WRAY a.
BROTHERS 118 ono 31 Irwin street. 1Y17:13329
Good 6 roomed brick house on Centre avenue
anti large 10t—54,500.
Good el roomed frame house with sat Improve
ments: lot 68 by 110—54.000.
Frame well finished
looms; lot 94 by. 10011,000.
Two well finished press brick houseisand large
Two 6 roomed houses on Fulton street -42,500
One lot 24 by - 1213 feet on Reed street-4.500.
Plo acresround on Mt. Washington.
20 on Panhandle Railroad, 4 miles from
30 acres on WeEtern Pa. Railroad, 4 miles
from the clty.
293 'errs good Improved land In Missouri.
Will be divided to suit purchasers.
90 lots on Lestre ayeune —. s3oo to 41,500
cacti. Inquire of
N, t z t ,3 l . Estate and In ,
a UV IIAX Ce Ii nt:
HALT 4 BURG—A 2 story Brick Rouse,9 ZOOMS.
SO by 180.
(I REENSRURG —A Lot 62 by 52. opposite
3 IcEEE , YWIT—II Lots and RI story Brick
Rou.,e, with Tavern ; 31.V.E It. palming through
PREkty STREET, Allegheny-2 story frame
bons... 20 by 91.
ELIZABE I lITOWN--4 Lots. 25 by ao, witii
three frames and a two story Brick bonse.
SECuND AVANUE—A.3 story Brink /louse, 9
CENTRE AVENUE—A 2 story Brick Rouse.
For particulars enquire at 87 Grant street.
jviS TUSTIN & gym.
F OR SALE.
-Near Osborn Statton, on the Pittebaritt
Ft. Wayne and Chicago rtauroad,
Containing About Two A.or:: gob.
MACKEOWN & BRO.,
195 Liberty Street.
This beautiful situation cannot übe surnassed
for private realdenceti in any direct ion, ao elose
to both_ cities, being only eight miles an. the
Western Penn sylvanialtallroad. Any nersott de
siring Information about thls property can obtain
It by calling at the office of the IRON CITY
TIJAL LIFE INSURANCE compAarr, 75
Federal street, Allegheny. Lots , from one-ha
acre to live acres: also, small lots to snit pur
chasers. There le a good lecatlon for a manufac
taring establishment, between the Railroad an
Allegheny river. -
KER &C O'S.,
ST. CLAIR STREET.
IN TI EN 13.A.-YS.
emplete, and every Article
UV 83 . SO LD
of the Senior Member of the
J. W. BARKER,