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rt ' ANCE CANDIDATE.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
is ' ISAIAH DICKEY.
„„_,' NIA. GRAPE GROWERS Assn r! •A -
wAP N.-4, meeting will t'e held at LUTZ &
4th ward. Allegheny, on WEL
4DAY AFTERNOON. August Ilth. at 3
o'elock. Punctual attention of all the members
are requested, as business of importance will be
fp, brought before them.
an10:103 OTTO KREBS, Secretary.
VOTIfIE.—The puhlie are re-
QuEpTED to call and witness
SMOKE CONSUMING FURNACE IN OPERATION.
at the West Point Boiler Works, foot of Pent
Street, dauy from 12 M. to 3 r.
anlOtell JOUN HAUTBIAN, Jn.
H. B. LYON,
• Sealer of Weights and Measures?,
office-140.5 FOURTH AVENUE, Pittsburgh.
MESSNER, Deputy, Pittsburgh
4 m bent. GEO. B. MeNULTP, Deputy, Alle
SHORT HAND WRITING
tonight In ten easy lessons. Send one dorar
fur the entire course, or enclose twenty.five
cents fdr the drat lemon. In one month y, u may
be tigood short band wilier. Address.
P. O. Pox 672, New York.
fa•Pspers Inserting this adveitlscment, aed
rending a marked copy; vi 111 receive a ropy of
the work In payment. Rule: u 5!)
he quallfle4 voters
timee Olt, of Pittsburgh
will meet at their usual and place of nold.ng
TUESDAY, August 31 1869,
Porar Against a Public Park.
The ballots Toted. shall be
inside-akd on the out
side "Tarts," and upun the For Park,' ,
or ' Against Park.'
The 1 elections, snail be held by the officers an
thortzed to hold the general electimus in said city.
JARED M. 11.1iIISH, Mayer.
AUGUST 7, 1869. aulotn2.s
HOBOKEN" STATION PROPERTY
' This beAnttfal situation cannot be surpa.ssed
far private residences in any direction, so elose
to both cities, being only eight miles up the
Western Pennsylvania Railroad. Any person de.
siring information about this nronertv can obtain
It by calling at the .oface of the IRON CITY MU
TUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 75
Federal street, Allegheny. Lots from one-half
acre to Ave sscrett alio, 'small loss to suit pur
chasers. There Is a gopd location for a manure' . -
taring establishmEnt, between the Railroad and
Allegheny river. • artlO:nn
youNG LADIES' SCHOOL,
No. 29 NINTH STREET, late Hand,
Will open WFDNESDAY. Sept lit. The
Schcol has elegant and commodious rooms, a full
corps of abie and competent teachers, and every
facility f.r a thorough education. Besides the
min .1 advantages of Maps, Charts ana Philp.
sonhical Apparatus, pupits trill have the benefit
of a tugs and valuable Cablmtt of Natural His
tory. Applications for admlision may be made
p rsonally or by letter to tae principal. at No.
37 leant AVENUE.
RSV. S. M. GLEND7,.A. DI.,
EARL MILL FLOUR.—We
are row receiving very choice Southern
heat and making our Flour entirely from it.
PEARL THR• E reTA R r;REP.'Is BRAND,
CHOICE PAST itT A.ND FANCY FLOUR; made
from selected Waite Winter Wheat.
'PEARL TWO iiTAlt BLUE BRAND, the best
family Hour in the market, made Vow choice
Wh t: and Amber Wheat. .
PEARL ONE Ili ['AR RED BRAND, made from
Choice iced Wheat, high ground and gives very
good satisfaction. As a CHEAP FLOUR. it
takes the lead of any in the market.
. machlnery Is not surpassed by
any in the roun.ry.
bee that, all sacksitre sealed and labeled with
slate of manufacture.
R. T. KENNEDY & BRO..
Pearl_hteam MM. Allegheny.
August 9, 1869. nub
S. A. CLARKE & CO.'S
Register of New Books. •
OHIO VALLEY HISTORICAL SERIES.
History of Athens county, Ohio, by Chas.
M. -Walker 56 00
Howe's Historical Collection of I hlo. Il
lustrated 6 00
Boquet's Expedition against the Indians
in 1764 3 00.
Clark's Campaign in the Illinois in 1778.9 2 00
Hall's Legends of the West 2 00
Hall's Romances of Western History 200
Claude Hung, the last days of a Condemn
ed Man, by Victor Hugo. 1 50
Liodun's Oxford University Sermons, new
edition 1 50
Famous London Muchante, a book for
The Pacific Railroad oven, Hew to go and' .
what to see 76
Cyclopoedic Science :Simplified, by Prot
Pepper, with 600 illustrations 4 80
Ocean to Ocean. Pacific Railroad and ad
joining Territories, distance, and fare,— 40
The Tourist*, Pocket Otude for 11369 1 U 0
old-Town Folks, by Mrs. Stowe NI 00
Little Women, 2 vole., each • 1 50
John and the Demijohn. A Temperance
Tale 1 50
live Hundred and Seven Mechanical Move
ments 1 00
good Society; a complets nsunal of man
dere 1 76
Bright'stpeeches. Cheap edition - 75
credo; a valuable book for thinking read
ers; • 1 50
Hodge's Commentary on Confession of
Faith • 1 75
Haven's Rhetoric: a new text book 1 80
Toe Subjection of Women, by John nino •
Mill n 1 00
Treadlers Adirondacks; ew eau , n 175
Philips Scripture Attu, 12 colored maps. 98
i. Q. CLARICE 4 CO.;
119 Wood Street,
Rd door below nigh .atvenne.
CLOSING OUT SAE
NS THOME BOOR DEPOSITORY,
129 SmitbAleld Street.
JOSEPH HORNER, Agent:
ALPERT & KOHLER.
kfinufacturers and Dealers Boors, SHOES
AND tiAITEES, No. 38 Market street, Pltts
Particnisr:ittention given to Custom Work.
We beg leave to oireet the atten pr e p a red e
Public to the fact that we are now o
manufac:nre Soots: d Shoes for persons
troubled wiLli Corns, Bunions. or deformed feet,
tinder the personal sup -raslon of our Mr. AI,
PEET, tarmerly. of Allesheny City, who will be
pleased to see his old customers again. We have
adopted. Mr. Alpert's mode et measuring the
fool, br which we can be safe in warranting easy
and comtortabie ILot and oboes for the tader
est fret. Give us a .rfal and be convinced.
.140:at 38 Market street. Pittsburgh. Pa.
LIVIIIPApER . FREE.—CoaI
Miners; impli persons desiring a Western
oust, and otbersi can bavo &spicy Weekly Paper
grz la ONTLIS br sending name and
dice address to GASIDISIEIt JOURNAL,
er Illinois' ( rill:inn
ersgetEli,_ Tl-00 bills Louisville
wursauo Cement. Au eats & Immo
PACIFIC RAILWAY GOLD LOAN.
Messrs. DABNEY, MORGAN & CO., A 1
Exchange Place, and M. L JESUP dc CO.,
12 Pine Street, N. Y., offer for sale the
Bonds of the Kansas Pacific Railway.
These Bonds pay seven per cent. in Gold;
have thirty years to run; are Free from
Government Taxation ; are secured by a
Land Grant of Three Million Acres of the
Finest Lands in Kansas and Colorado.
n addition to this special grant the Com-
Zany also owns Three Million; of Acres
n Kansas, which are being rapidly sold to
develop the country and improve 4he road.
They are a first mortgage upon the Wen-
sion of the road from Sheridan, Kansas
to Denver, Colorado. The road in opera
On NOW EARNS MORE THAN ENOUGH
NEY INCOME TO PAY TUE INTEREST
ON TEE NEW LOIN. There is no better
security in the market—this being in
some respects better than Government Se-
eurities. PRINCIPIL AND INTEREST
PAYABLE IN GOLD. Price 96, and stern
ed Intereit, in Currency. Pamphlets, ➢caps
and Circulars furnished on application
2,000 I"O U INTT) S
GOOD COUNTRY YARN,
Which we have been selling for several tears
• JUST RECEIVED.
FLANNELS, AT LOW • PRICES,
Full Line of Colors.
AT . REDUCED PRICES.
A FULL VARIETY.
CORSETS, all the best makes.
OE' ALL momscrupPioNs.
Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods.
MACRUM. GLYDE Si CO.
78 & 80 Market Street.
LATEST OIL STRIKE.
To secure even handed JusTICA, just come and
See what olendid bargains are offered In the abr.
geous stock of Spring and Summer ,Cl othes just
prepared and egnibited to the public tit
• 8. C. TRAIIERWAN.
The fullest LIBERTY to be enjoyed when the
man who enjoys it is neatly dressed in a suit of
new hummer Clothes which flt him so comfortably
as not to abridge the freedom of his Motion i. Such
clashes are to be had at S. C. TRAUERMAN'S.
To practice ICCONONY, don't spend vast Same,
of m ,ney where extortionate people charge fancy
grlc-s for unsatisfactory clothing, but come and
get the worth of every dol.ar you spend, at
8. C. T'fisugitmAis'S.
FUZZ TRADE of the thud, sort, practiced every
S Ther e. ay. p e opl e Hit No. 11 Clothing
Hall. the bring their etch, and
there they get their clothes. Every man fee to
buy at all times. Trade tremendous just now at
the Big No. 11 Clothing Hall.
AT THE PRICES.
Cocoa nut Emits for 47 worth 1115.
Spanish spits for $9 worth $29.
Skating park salts for 119 worth;ss.
500 stilts, linen, at MA 50 each worth $5.
Black suits for SW worth 190.
Boys' greatr $5 worth 810.
And a many more too numerous to men
tion. Call early and secure your bargains, as we
hive but a few days to sell. Lemember Blg No..
Ll Sixth street.
clunwrr AND COMFORT
fur the traveling community.
3. B. HARRIS
Safety Fite Jacket; Car Heater an'
Poe Smoke and Hot Mr Flues, dispensing with
the use of stoves end fir& in or about the Pa•sen
ger or Baggage Cars, with the attacument to
graduate the heat to any temperature that may
he ired without toe possibility of firing the
car or s cars to whieh the Jacket may be attached.
Having obtsined of the United States Letters
Patent br a Safety Jacket, which Is warranted
to resist the mos. intense heat that may be ap
plied to it in toe position and purpose for which
it is Intended.
It is a sure protection front accidents by tire,
originating from defecttve flues or where iron
pipes are used as conductors That moke become
/t is applicable to all piping may
overheated, and is warranted to give perfect sat
isfaction where wood or other combustible mate
rial may be placed in close proxim,ty thereto,
I ass now ready to apply my Invention to stores,
dwelliogs,• factories, ships , steamboats , railroad
cars, ao. here's- r pipes as conductors are
made dangerous by being overheated and secu
rity desired, I will send on application right to
manufacture or use• she above Invention. Also
Territorial rights to such as may wish to engage
in seriug privileges either by State or county.
3. 8. BARRIS.
aill" Office at the "NE rtlile ULTRA PAINT
WORKS." corner of Morrie street and the Alle.
gbeny Valley liallroad, :twelfth ward. Pitts
bnrga. Pa. . 1y113:M36
rib LUMBER DEALERS AND
VARPENI/118.—I am now lu met 'pi of
Best A No. 1 Saginaw Shingles,
rrem the erlebrated riehliren Lumber Regions
direct, wblch eeziseli ..Itbe tz•de at low exeres
either by CAS' 10114 or in qnsatttlei to suit Dor
Cos. Juniata&n4 Preble struts. laza' Ward. and
o. tin itebews meet,. impolite Sae Qat
Worklis Aneigisen Olin. . llamas
OF lIIAT . 1.....
AND A PULL STOCK OF
8. V. TRAIIERMAN.
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE: TUESDAY; AUGUST• 10, 1'869.
NO SCINITY OF GOODS !
Fast Colored Dark Calico
FOR O.WE DOLLAR
OOD FAST COLORED CALICO
At 10 Cents.
Best fakes of Calicos
At 12 1-2 Cents.
HANDSOME • NEW STYLES
FOR ONE DOLLAR.
Fine Unbleached Muslin
FOR ONE DOLLAR.
PINE YARD WIDE
BLEACHED UNDRESSED MUSLIN
At 12 1-2 Cents.
Fine Black and Colored
DOUBLE WIDTH ALPACAS
At 25 Cents.
EXTRA GOOD BARGAINS IN
At Very Low Prices.
New Bargains Daily
180 and 182 Federal Street,
The partnership heretofore exieting under the
name of JOHN THOMPSirIq tic CO. was die•
solved on the lit of July last by the withdrawal
of John Thompson. The business will be ear.
rlen On as tuna. at the 014 estabilshment,'l3s
MIND) AL VJAN CZ.
B. O. MILLER.
In retiring from the above Ann I would cord'.
dimly on l y my former partners to my old
custome bu s ine s she public generally,
that the will be carried on by thorn in an
honest and 'upright manner, and I would desire
to return my sincere thanks to my friends fur
the very liberal patronage I cave received from
them during the thirty ose years I have carded
on business in Pittsburgh.
The undersigned, successors to John Thomp
son & Co.. have formed a partnership dating
from July first, under the name of
TECOMPSON & MILLER,
and will continue the business of HOUtilt PAINT
ING, and dcatips In PLAIN AND ORNASIEN
TAL FOREIGN GLASS, at the old stand,„l3B
Thank rut for the favors of the past we would
respectfully ask the continued patrmage of our
friends and the public, assuring them that we
will spare no pains to render satisfaction la every
case lu which we may be employed.
14. C. MILLER.
a. u. M'CO*AN it. M'EOWN.
B. M. McCOWAII A C 0.19
Office, No. X 66 0110 ST., ALLEGHENY.
Orden, left, at GAZITTZ 07.11C111, Pittsburgh.
promptly_ atset , dcd
Save Sidewalks, Cellars, Inside Yards,
Warranted against ehlngea of beat and cold.
Mumma:lt as—Maa. Mo.rbead, Lyon & nborb
Rods Patteracm,_Win. Park. 4setes N. Lo ng
Bon, 'Hartley & McKee. Anderson's & Maxwell.
Aiken .% Campbell. Isaac Orai isqam22
APLE SIUGAILO-10 blanch
as ronsicameat at WATT, Lases outs,
&WI iff wood Moat.
WIEOLESILE 9ND MIL
Buyers of Dry Goods.
The Unusually Large
R301:1011110 I SALES
'nit; PAST PEW WEEKS,
Pleased to Inform our Customers,
AND THE PUBLIC,
That our Stock is Still Kept
FULL AND COMPLETE,
By Large Arri Tab; Daily
NEW AND , DESIRABLE GOODS,
That We Have Plenly of
4 0r00 , 31:115/
AND GOOD BARGAINS
To Offer All.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
180 and 182 Federal Street,
ROBERT IL PATTERSON CO,,
Seventh Avenue and Liberty St.,
Will on Saturday. Jnly 31st. 1869. and
on each succeeding Saturday,
hold an Auction Salo of
HORSES, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES,
And everything appertaining tl the Horse.
Parties deal Jug to sch will please leave their
notice of consignment on or before Thursday of
each work in order for advertirirg. Prompt at.
tendon and good care will be given all Stoct left
JOHN H. STEWART, Auctioneer.
.Toliarter and retail &kettle
WEDDING, VISITING. PARTY AND BUSINESS
MONOGRAMS, ARMS, ILLUMINATING. &e,
Orders by mall reeelierompt attention. Send
1.033 Chestnut St.. Plans.
. Tils & • \
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
GEREN OIL CLOTH •
FOB WINDOW SHADES. s,
• WINDOW nHADIL
TABU!. AND YU
Di /EMERY VARIETY_
J. Jr H. PHILLP% •
00 and *8 Sixth Street
rUIEESE.-40 bores Factory
cgteemjillitazos fkosbes doat i ca a nz
ID - LET.-SCHOOL ROOM&
Prat. H. I. Gourley havinz disconlinned
tEi; rooms lately °counted by him in "Phelan's
Haildinge," 92 and 24 Plfth avenue. will be
for rent, together with all the school furniture
eomnlete. vor further particulars Inquire of
JAMES PFIELAN. No. 94 Fifth avenue.
dTO - LET.—ROOI9IB. on Second
ilaor, with Boarding. Location the most
esirable In the city, with the conveniences of
bsib rooms, the comforts et a private family, as
few boaroers are kept. lbl Borth Avenue, Al•
SALE.—Lease and good
will of a TAVERN STAND In a denlrable
lon Mtg. Terms PX/IIV• doing a good bushman.
Apply of Wit . JACK OON. 73 grant street.
FtR SALE.—One-half of a
small article used In all A chance for an
active young man with a few hundred dollars.
Address PATENT, Postoffice Box 69U.
NAOR SILE•—A! Bare Chance
to secure a home the "PITTSBUR ,
L ESTATE REGISTER," office No. 139
FOR EilLE.—Bargains in Real
Estate In the "PITTeBI7SOIi REAL Re-
TATE REGISTER. Pobllsben only by CROFT
&_PHILLIPS, at No. 139 Fourth A enue.
FOR SALE.—Abaut 120 acres
of land in the' best situation for colonial
seat*: only 91_milas from tbe West Pittsburg(
Ferry Landing. Will- be sold altogether or la
nieces to snit- purchasers. Enquire of Y. C
Ne.GLEY, oir.ee at the south end of the Monou
FOR SALE—CITY RESIDENCE
On Colwell street, one square from street
cars. The House has ten rooms, ball, good
cellars. •pressed brick front, kit ch en , water
throughout, bath room, range In and in
a pleasant nelghoornood. Price °Nix 97.000;
on easy terms. Apply to CROFT 9 ?Hi LL111"0,
Real-Estate Assists. No. 139 Fourth avenue..
FOll SALE,Over $1,000,000
worth of prcperty,comprielrig Farms,bluls,
otele, stores, Hansen. Lute, City and Subur
ban recidencot In such a vast variety. that the
mart fdons cannot fall to get stilted In a
Lome. Pu l l particulars of all the above given In
the "P 117811990- RKA I. ESTATE ACI4IB.
TEE." CROFT & PHILLIPS, Pa blishers and
Real Estate Agents, bio. 139 /earth avenue,
Do vt fall to get It.
DER SONAL.—AII persons seek
s. IND HOMES, or Investments In Real Es
tate, will save time. trouble and money by pro
coring a cony of the "PITTSBURGH RIcAC
ESTATE REGISTER.' ' given away GRATIS
or will be eat by mall razz any requesting It.
Persons cannot tall to get suited out of the Large
list It conttlns. CRuFT & PHILLIThs. Pun.
Ushers and Real Estate Agents, No, 139 Fourth
FOR SALE.-VALITABLE CITY
RithIDENCE.—HOUSE AND LOT, No. 7/1
a i shington street, Allegheny City. The lot is
69 feet on Washington Street, extending back
IMO feet, OD which is erected a double two story
brick dwelling. having all modern improvements
Also brick - stable and carrie room, with ger.
wanting tached, all in homete order. 'Te
those a comfortable this proDe/i3
is recommended.; Enquire on the premises Os
SO ROBERT DALE/ILL,'
1712:m8 _L 49 litockton A.venne. '
F OR SALE.
3 STILLS, each 9 feet diameter and MX
feet king, with about 300 feet condensing pipe.
from 4-inch down to 93i.inch gas pipe to each
still, for $9OO apiece.
BOILERS, each 351-Incb diameter and 14
feet long, with chimney bridging, steam drum,
stand pipe, &c., for 4500.
51 KEYSTONE STEAM SUMPS, each 12 inch
steam cylinder, 7-inch water cylinder and 151-
inch stroke, for 4300 apiece.
1 IRON AGITATOR. 18 feet diameter and 18
feet deep, with cast iron bottom for 8506.
700 feet SIX-Inch fiAq PIPE at 40c per foot.
Apply to ERN i, JAGEMAN & CO., at works.
near Bliareeburg Bridge. 3y8:178
VI . ; • y 'I • ' ' .
ERTY FOR SALE.—Poor good houses.
p easant y situated, with large lots and good Im
provements. d. CUTHBERT BuNtS.
taus 39 Sixth avenue:
3. w. BAR
STILL GREATER RED
Many Goods offered Twe
they can be bought for in
THE ig A. NC JE
tirNOTICES="To•Let," "For Sale,"
“Lose,., „ Want.,,” ,4 11ound," "Boarding,"
&c., not exceeding FOUR LINES Will
be inserted in these columns once for
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS; each addi
tional line FIVE CENTS.
WANTED—A TIDY COLORED
woman to tale charge of a small house
In a malt family. encli aperson Can tlnd good
home by applying at Da Craig Street, Alle
ehrny. tale moraine.
WANTED.— TEAC TIERS.— In
Union towaship, FMK TBACHEBS.
Applicants will meet at Mo nt Pisgah Scboot
house on BA. I IIRDAY, August 7‘b, at 3 o'clock
By order of the Board. •
W ANT ED -- lIELP.-At EM•
PLOYMENT OFFICE, No. 1 dt. Clan
Street, BOYb OIRLS and MEN, for difterent
kindsloyment. Persons wanting help
of all can be supplied on short notice.
WANTED—A SITUATION AS
ciPrk. Salesman. or Tr.vellirg A gent
for a wholesale or manufactorine establishment.
Can sive good city re erences. Address Box
"81." New Cumberland. W. Va. •
AGENTS to dispose of a good Paying at.
de. An energetic and trust. orlby man cau
ake 00,000 In twomnntha
Call on or address DAILEY & 0., 208 Brnad
way, N. Y. =12:n2348:T1
WANTED.—A good second-
HAND ENG'NE AND BOHLBR: engine
abont 7 inch cylinder: Boiler from 198th 20 feet,
36 to 46-Inch, sell will
Parties having quell
marlilnery to sell. will please address Box 384.
Pi t4burgh Benefice. stating size, make and
WANTED. -A SMALL HOUSE,
of three rooms. in Manch , ster or Law
renceville. Alto. a ciTUATION in a clothing
store a. salesman. Good
dress W..P. BRANDON. burgn Postatilcs.
STRAYED AWAY FROM THE
Bubscrther. In Pleasant Valley, a RED COW
with towns turned In. Anylnfonnatton that will
load to tte recovery of the Cow will be thank
tully received. ADM PALOoII,
Pleasant Valley, Allegheny Co., Pa.
Winter Goods as
Must be C
FOR SALE OR RENT.
An elegant new Brick Dwelling, 7 rooms, at
tie and wash room.
House of 4 rooms, 9 lots,l6th ward, $1,803
House of 4 rooms, 1 lot, 16th ward, $1,500.
HOttEe of 4 rooms, 2 lota. 17th ward, 82,800.
House of 4 rooms, 1 lot, 17th ward, $2,400.
House of 4 rooms, 1 lot, 15th ward, $2,600.
House of 2 rooms, 1 lot, 15th ward, $BOO.
10 lots,Blebert & Williams' phi:4B7oo to 4800.
2 lets, 44th street, $1,200 each,
' 4 lots, 45th street, $l,OOO each,
Slots, Hatfield street, $BOO each.
1 lot, Sherman street, $7,50.
5 lots, 40th street, 20:240, $12,000.
4 lots, Butler street. $ 4 ,000.
BARGAINS IN BLOOMPULD.
Lots 210x137 fee 8 00; ten years to pay. ja,
house cost $500; Intetest on both, 868 a year.
Many pay $lBO year a ient. At Bloomfield you
weld save $ll4 aye and your house and lot
In less than 10 years. Churches and schools
30 acres of land. a cane from 3harpabarg,
$6.000; 35 scree of It, $3.500.
• D. 8. WILLIAM% 17th ward.
-A LEASE EIGHT YEARS TO BUN of a lot
of ground fronting 138 feet on Strawberry Lane.
running back 2514 feet immediately in rear of
Pittsburgh, heny and Manchester Passen.
r italiway Co sta P i t t sbu r gh the line of the
of the Cleve and and Rallrtad Com
pany, adlac.nt to the Ohlo river, on which is
erected TWO GOOD FRAME TENANT HOUSES
of three rooms each. with good stabling and
out nooses complete. This property is well
adapted'for lumber or coke tininess, there being
already erecteo thereon eight coke ovens with
all the necessary appliances for carrying on that
A1..b0,r rent or lease, a com f - rtable FRAME
HOUSE orthree rooms, in a good location within
five minutes walk of Wood. , Min Station. P. Pt.
W. & C. R. R., ti which there is attached about
halt an acre of ground. Till property will be
rented low fora term of year to a good tenant.
Lumber Yard coener Preble anyuniata streets,
or No. 157 Rebecca street,opposite the Gas
Works, Allegheny City, y29:m77
Good 6 roomed brick house on Centre avenue
and large lot-44,500.
Good 0 roomed frame house with all Iffiprove•
ments; lot 89 by 110—54.000.
Frame house. 2 looms; lot94byloo-41,000.
Two well finished press brick honoes and large
Two 8 roomed houses on Put ton street—ss.soo
One lot 24 by 199 feet on Reed street - 4600.
Plot of ground on Mt. Washington.
20 acres on Panhandle Railroad, 4 m il es from
30 acres on Western Pa. Railroad, 4 miles
from the city.
2125 acres good Improved land In Missouri.
Will be divided to suit purchasers.
20 lots on Centre avenue -4300 to $1,560
each. Inquire of
McCIAING & RAINBOW.
Real Estate And Insurance Agents,
jylo Nos. 195, 197 and 199 Centre avenue.
House and Lot on.Sandniky street; House and
Lot on Boyle street; 2 Houses in the Eighth
Ward; 3 Farms in Ohio; Farm in Sewickley
Township; 10 acres at Fleming Station. P., Ft.
W. & C. B. H.; Farm near Perrysville; House
and 13i acres at Glendale Station, P., Ft. W. &
C. IL E.; 2 Farms in Iowa; Lot on Locust street
(Manchester); Farm in Westataeland county; 7
Houses and Lots In Spring Oardenayenue; House
and Lease on Middle street; House and 2 Lota
on Spring MIL 7th ward. Other Houses and
Lots in good location. Inquire of
Beal Estate and lasi:trance. Agent, corner Ohio
and Sandusky streets. Allegheny. )Yl7
SALTSBURG—A 2 story Brick liouse,9
SO by 180.
frr G Rh EENSBURG—A Lot 62 by 89, OPPodte
IicifER,PGRT-4i Lots and 2 storr Brick
Rome. with Tavern; ALT, R B. passing through
the property •
PERIIY STREET, Allegheny-9 story frame
hoop.. 90 by 91.
ELIZABEi IiTOWN-4 Lots. 21 by 00, with
three frames and a two story Brick house.
' SEGuND AlrbiNUE—A 3 story Brink moose, 9
CENTRE AVENUE—A 2 story Brick HOWE".
For particulars enquire at ST Grant street. .
TOISTIN dr. KLEE.
Near Osborn Stettin, int the Pittsburgh
Ft. Wayne and Chicago Railroad,
Containing Alma Two Acres Each
W. MACKEOWiI & BRO..
195 Liberty Street.
IgARDENEIIS TAKE NOTICE.
—FOE BALE.—The FOUBTREN MILE
AND, on the Allegheny River. and now
used for gardening purposes; well Improved and
in a high state orcialtivatlon; containing 40 or
60 acres, now offered at a bargain. Call soon.
Also, other Farina in good locations. Woolen
Factory, two Houses, and_lwenty acres of land
on the Central Railroad . Gouts and Lots For
Bale and T0...1et In both !Giles. Far farther par.
Oculars inquire of WILLTAIf, WARD,
bad 110 Grant street ounosite Cathedral.
VALIIABLE FART I FOR SALE.
4 -Situated in Allegheny tewslshl,l l ! West
moreland county , 10 minutes wa lk WQra
Beans station. on the Allegheny Valley tai
C n n e nesnhc coba alanGOoafw bl H h tm e b c r; u dndUer
adßwn; anarc4frot v fl4o tre w es, d g L e H : O tie
place Is well watered and in a good nel hborhood.
For price and terms apply to B. /ICLAIN d CO..
No. 104 Fourth avenue.
DWELLING HOUSE, HARD
WARE bTORE. &e.. JOE BALE.—A two
story brick dwelling house of six rooms and
store room. with lot of !ground Silk f‘et front on
Bth avenue extension by 80 &to to an alley.
Also a variable stock of well Illtlected bardvrare,
store fixtures, &c.
B. CTITHBIRT A 13083,
39 Stath avenue
HOMES! HOMES! HONES!
!—All lands of Property for gale In
the "PITTEIBOBGB HEAL tbrATE REGPS.
OBOVT '& P9IPB. PooUshers and
Beal Estate Agents. 80. 139 Fourth avenue.
UCTION IN PRICES
my -five per cent, less than
the Eastern Ida,rkets at the
well as Summer
losid Out !
J. W. BARKER, Jr.,