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lows Over Electric Lights
Jhe Philadelphia Co,
ELECTRIC WINS, AKD THE LATTER
Is to be CareMIj Inquired Into, bo Eay the
UNCONSTITUTIONAL IDEAS EXPLODE
The Ust Councils for the olu year were
vested with a peculiar interest because wars
aud rumors of wars were freely discussed
before tney met; but the expectation ex
ceeded by far the realization. It might hare
been the If ew Year; but asain, it might have
Bet-re Councils met yesterday it was said
that Mr. Battles would present a resolution
asking that no Hungarian or Italian be cm
ployed on city work; also that a gentleman
was to present an order relative to gas com
panies in general, and the Philadelphia Gas
Company in particular.
These rumors did not materialize, how
ever, the first because it was' unconstitu
tional, and the seeond, probably, because it
In the Select branch Chairman Ford pre
sided, and ordinances were presented and
referred regulating masquerade balls and
the licensing newsboys.
The report of E. C. Elliot, of the Depart
ment of Public Charities, for the month of
December, was read and accepted. It
showed expenses for the month of 57,043,
with a balance of 521,309 40. During this
month the dispensing physicians attended
138 patients; made 375 visits; received 307
official visits, and supplied 702 prescrip
tions. There were 545 inmates of the City
Home and the different institutions.
Mr. McKee started a tilt by asking the
Finance Committee to report estimates for
appropriations for 1889 at the first meeting
in January. Mr. 'Getty, a member, said
against his committee, and they could not
report so early.
? Mr. McKee It is notorious that the ap
propriation ordinance has been held back
and then rushed through before its contents
can be learned.
Mr. Getty This is a year of general as
sessment and the appeals are not in yet and
the books are not ready.
Mr. Lambie then read from the laws of
Moses and the new Charter, saying that the
chiefs of the different departments shall
hand their reports and estimates to the
Mayor on the last day of the year, these to
be returned by the Mayor to Councils. The
whole matter was then amicably laid on the
The report of E. JI. Bigelow, Chief of
the Department of Public'Works, for Octo
ber was accepted. It showed s balance in
the appropriation, October, of $343,396.10;
expenses for the month 85,122.82; balance
Mr. Andrew Robertson presented the fol
lowing joint resolution ot Councils relating
to natural gas companies:
WhebeaS, The Philadelphia Company has
by lease and purchase absorbed several of tbe
natural gas companies, supplying this city with
natural go, against the spirit and provisions of
the natural gas act of 1SS5. and
Whereas, the Philadelphia Company and
other naturalists companies furnishing Pitts
burg and Allegheny witb gas have arrogated to
themselves tbe rigbt to turnisb gas or not to
consumers and to charge what they please for
the same; therefore,
Section I, Resolved, That the State Legisla
ture at tbe present session, be requested to en
act laws compelling natural gas companies to
accept the-legislation relating to incorporation
and legislation of tbe natural gas companies.
EIGHTS OP APPEAL.
Section II. Resolved. That tbe State Legis
lature be requested to supplement the natural
pas act of 1SS5 by adding the section of the gen
eral act of Juno 29. 1871. giving any consumer
the rigbt to apperl from tbe charges made
against bim or her to a court ana jury.
Section III, Resolved, That the clerk of
Couucils be directed to send to each member of
tbe Senate and Asserabl) from Allegheny
county, a copy of these resolutions and to aUo
send a copy of tbe resolution to the Councils of
Allegheny City and ask their assistance in tbe
The resolutions were adopted.
The Committee on Corporations was in
structed to prepare an act embodying these
points, and an ordinance was passed author
izing the Department of Public Safety to
-appoint eight additional patrolmen.
A tilt then ensued between Messrs. Lam
bie and Robertson, the former desiring to
amend the Common Council resolution, re
lative to giving the East End Electric Com
panythe use of tfle city poles, while the
latter desired it to pass intact. Mr. Robert
son said the city got 300 times a better light
at 11,000 less cost, and the company should
be given a favor. Mr. Getty sided with Mr.
Robertson, and finally the company wss
given the full privilege so long as they
lighted the city at present crices. Several
minor papers passed in Common Council
were referred back to the Finance Commit
tee, and Councils adjourned.
COMMON COUXCILHANIC TALK.
Street! and Grades nnd Bnildinxi Only
Eepolatcd The Action of (be Upper
In Common Council, President Holliday
-ailed that august body to order, and the
following papers were presented and re
"red: Granting the East End Electric
" upany the right to erect poles; establish
j; the grades of Bowery and Gardner
llfeys; for opening Lewis street; repairing
Penn avenue from Point Breeze to Rich
land street, and interminable resolutions
for changes in streets and small damages
Mr. Kearns asked for an estimate on
paving Seventeenth street Mr. Battles
asked for the repaying of Second avenue,
and Mr. McGonuigle lor the bridging of
Uegley Run, all of which were passed, as
vas also a resolution authorizing the East
?nd Electric Light Company the use of the
A-Teolution to reduce the water rents was
amended by Mr. Magee, who spoke ot the
water debt, and asked .the Committee of
Public "Works to investigate the matter;
Mr. Magee called up the resolution rela
tive to natural gas companies, and tbe
CoundM concurred in the action of the Select
See Oar January Sale Prices on Cloaks
And winter wraps, long garments, mantles
and jackets, in plain and fancy cloth; also
in seal plush garments; the best grades re
member, and the largest variety to (.elect
from; come to-morrow.
JOS. Horxe & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
REAL ESTATE SAVINGS BANK, LI3L,
401 Smlthfleld Street, cor. Fonrtu Avenue.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $38,000.
Deposits of SI, and upward received and
interest allowed at 4 per cent. tts
Onr January Pale Broadcloth Bargains
Fine analitv 44-inch at CO cents; fine French
at 75c, 90c, 51 25, 51 SO, 52 00 and ?2 50 a
yard. You won't find as large an assort
ment of colors nor as finely finished goods
at these prices anywhere.
. JOS. HORJTE & CO.'S
Fenn Avenue Stores.
Mxchastcati drawing taught at even
ing sessions of J)uff 'College, 49 Fifth ave-
Judge Stowe's Absolute Dismissal of, a Case
Against the City.
Judge Stowe, sitting a master, in the suit
ot Andrew Hartupee against the city of
Pittsburg, yesterday heard the testimony of
the plaintiffs and then dismissed the case
.absolutely. Judge McCandless and C. A. Sulll
Tan, Esq., represented tbe plaintiffs, and the
only-witness placed upon the stand was ex-City
Attorney Thomas Blgelow, whose testimony
failed to substantiate certain charges of fraud
and collusion made by the plaintiffs.
In this connection Laao S. Van Voorhis
Esq., makes the following explanation: "The
statement made to-day in tho Hartupee cse
that I bad said to am one that Thomas S. Big
elow had influenced Lowry, and had informed
me that lie had done 60, is untrue in every par
ticular. I never had any conversation with
Mr. Bigelow on this matter, and never so
Trial Lists for To-Morrovr.
Criminal Court Commonwealth vs. P. M.
Mclnerney. P. M. Connolly. Mike Klein, W. J.
Montgomery, John Ltezkornskl. William Hat
rison. Kate Woods. Edward Barton, Harry
Fleming, August Steinecke, William Lee, John
K. S -ott, James Devine. John Hoffman, alias
Craig; George Anderson, Tom Sheridan, John
Johnston, Jack Finnef rog.
Lines From Lepnl Quarter.
Michael Kline, of McKeesport, was on
trial for perjury when the Criminal Court yes
terday adjourned until 9:30 to-morrow morning.
The grand jury yesterday indicted Joseph
Bennet for robbery and Joseph Anderson for
selling liquor to persons under the influence ot
Samuel Kellek convicted on Saturday of
conspiracy, was yesterday sentenced to one
year and ten months in the penitentiary, and a
fine of 200,
Suit was entered yesterday by E. P. Keams
against the Pittsburg Coal Railroad Company
to recover S1.732, claimed to be salary due him
as general manager and agent.
There was an argument in the United States
Court yesterday in the case of Mnllan &
Maloney. bankrupts. It was on tbe exceptions
to the assignee's accounts and an order was
made adjusting tbe claims by Judge White.
Is Common Pleas Court No. 2 Thomas G.
Chalfant yesterday presented his resignation
as Jury Commissioner. His term would have
expired next Monday, but was tendered yes
terday on account of bis election to the Legis
lature. Judge Achesox yesterday Issued a writ-of.
habeas corpus on Captain Barber, of the United
State Recruiting station, to bring William
Davidson into tbe United States Court to
morrow morning. W. J. Conn, an uncle of
Davidson, alleges that the latter was enlisted
in the army at the recruiting station: that he is
under age, and a subject of Queen Victoria of
IX tbe CriminU Court yesterday Louis Lant
ner was tried for selling liquor without license
in tbe Second ward, Allegheny. Lanter had
been refused a license, and rented his saloon
building to the Acme Hunting and Fishing
Club. Tbe testimony of tbe prosecution went
to prove that Lantner entered into a contract
to furnish beer to this club on the check sys
tem. The jury had not returned a verdict when
the court adjourned.
As Judge Collier was looking over the new
panel of jurors in the Criminal Court, yester
day, be discovered that Constables P. Mclnerny,
of tbe Firth ward, and P. M. Connelly, ot tbe
Ninth ward, who are indicted and down on the
calendar for trial in the present term of court,
are both among the jurors on tbe new panel.
No action has yet been taken in tbe matter-by
tbe Court; but, as it at present stands, both
men may bear and determine tbe suits against
Joseph H. Jacobs filed a bill in equity yes
terday against the Ruby Light Company to re
cover commissions alleged to be due him on a
contract made to sell red fire, torches, etc., in
Western Pennsylvania and In ianapolis during
the late campaign. The defendants refuse, he
alleges, to make an itemized statement of
their account or to settle with bim for sales
made in one place while he was in another.
He prays the conrt to compel them to do so
and to bring all their bonks into court for that
DEATH OF WILLIAM CARR.
Reioluilons of Condolence.
Mechanics' National Bank,
P-ittsbubg, Pa., December 31, 1888,
At a special meeting of the Board of Di
rectors ot the Mechanics' Xational Bank,
held this day, the following resolutions
It having pleased au all-wise Providence
to remoTe from his earthly labors, after a
useful and busy life, our respected Presi
dent, William Carr, we humbly bow in
reverence to the decree and extend our sin
cere sympathy to his family in their be
reavement Mr. Carr was associated in the manage
ment of this bank for SO years, as director
and President. "We have always lound him
to be a man of the Etrictest integrity, kind,
considerate and gentle in all his inter
course, a wise and sagacious councilor,
firm and conscientious in the discharge of
He was public spirited in an eminent
degree, and took especial pride in the prog
ress of the city and its improvements,
to which he contributed to the lullest ex
tent. His presence at the meetings of the board
will be greatly missed, and we who have for
years held such pleasant association with'
him will always cherish his memory with
feelings of the highest respect
It is ordered that these resolutions be en
grossed on the minutes of the bank and that
a copy be sent to the family.
GEOKGE J. GOBMAX,
See Onr Jannary Sale Prices on Clonks
And winter wraps, long garments, mantles
and jackets, in plain and fancy cloth; also
in seal plush garments; the best grades re
member, and the largest variety to select
from; come to-morrow.
Penn Avenue Stores.
A Terr Tretty Sight.
The evening of song, by the -vocal pupils
of Curry Conservatory of Music, given last
evening in the Curry University Hall, was
an exceedingly enjoyable affair. It was,
indeed, a very pretty sifcht to see about 40
young ladies, all tastily dressed and care
fully arranged, in tiers on the stage, which
is a perfect model in its way. The en
semble singing by the Conservatory Choral
Club was certainly very effective, and dis
played decided skill and care in training.
The solos, duets and trios were delivered,
in a number of cases, in quite an artistic
HAPPY NEW YEAR.
Store Closes To-Day nt 12 Noon.
Come to-morrow for bargains in all our
big stocks of winter goods cloak rooms.
Underwear, hosiery, gloves, velvets, woolen
dress goods. Clean sweep prices.
Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
B. fc B. .
Read display ad. in this paper; see the
46-inch cashmeres at 66c. and the black
goods bargains; embroideries also; choice
ones, and so little ate the prices to-morrow.
Big" January Redactions
In cloaks, hosiery, underwear, gloves,
corsets, handkerchiefs, umbrellas, ties, etc.,
A. G. Campbell & Sons, 710 Penn ave.
Ieon Crrr Flour, manufactured by
Whitmyre & Co., Thirty-eighth st, Pitts
burg, is certainly thebest flour made. Every
housekeeper that uses it is delighted with
its nice white bread it produces. Ask for
:t from your grocer, and take no other.
The Carry School'of Shorthand
And typewriting offers the best advantages
in Pittsburg lor thorough practical instruc
tion in expert stenography. Day and
evening sessions. "Winter term -begins Jan
uary 2, 1889. D
Onr "January Sale" bargains in ladies',
men's and children's woolen underwear;
good, well-made shirts and drawers, both
in wool and merino; at much less than reg
ular prices. Jos. Hobxe & Co.,.
Penn Avenue Stores.
Interesting Facts Cited by Attorney
Tost, of the L. fcO. League,
ABOUT PROVISIONS IN 150 LAWS,
The State's Policy in Bewarding Prose
cutors of Offenses.
TO IMPKOYE THAT "HIGH LICENSE LAW
There is one taunt flung at the Law and
Order League more than all others. "Oh,
they get all or half the fines," some people
say, and hundreds of others at once conclude
that if this is so the society is in the work
of reform for revenue only. So often has
the allegation been made that it is perhaps
generally supposed to be true. Lately it
has ben circulated again, and is said to be
the basis oCa movement to have the Legis
lature turn these fines into a different chan
nel. The subject came up yesterday afternoon
during a conversation between a Dispatch
reporter and William Yost, Esq., attorney
for the Law and Order League. He laughed
about such a movement and said:
Yes, I see by tbe papers that some smart peo
pie are just going to ruin tho League by having
tbe penalties for illegal liquor selling turned
over to the State or county, and threaten to
have tbe law amended for that purpose. As
far as tbe League is concerned we have no ob
jections. About 520D will cover the penalties
received by tho League since May 1, 18S3, a
small item toward our expenses. Some of the
papers and many people seem to think
it an unheard of thing that a prose
cutor who takes upon himself tbe
labor, odium and expense of enforcing
the laws of the State should receive any com
pensation or remuneration therefor ont of tbe
fines collected and paid into tbe public treas-
mm. Hut- lirlaf .rqmlniillmi ef thp statistics
of Pennsylvania shows how utterly groundless!
and senseless is this complaint against tbe act
of 1835, prohibiting Sunday liquor selling.
DISPOSITION OF FINES.
By the game law of June 3, 1878. there are 27
offenses prescribed, for which penalties rang
ing from J5 to $100 are imposed, recoverable by
summary conviction, and one-baif to go to the
informer, whether he is a witness or not.
By the fish law of May 18, 1878, there are five
offenses created, and penalties from $5 to 850
affixed. One-half of the penalty goes to the
informer suing for it, whether he is a witness
Bv the "road law" of 1836 there are eight of
fenses for which penalties of from SI to 510 are
inflicted, to be recovered by an action of debt
and one-balf to go to the informer, whether a
witness or not. Under the road laws of 1815 and
1868 two other offenses with penalties of Soto
J25 are enacted and the informer given one
half. Under the general "peddler's acts" of 1830,
1810, 1799 and 187S there are seven offenses de
fined and penalties of S20 to $50 appointed, one
half to go to tbe informer, who sues therefor in
an action of debt
Under the "auction law" of 1859 there aro
four offenses with penalties of $50toJ500.of
which one-half goes to any informer suing
therefor, whether a n itness or not.
There are perhaps as many as 60 local "ped
dler's acts."almost every one of which prescribes
penalties for their violation, and provides that
the informer collecting such penalty shall re
ceive one-half thereof.
The"oleomarcinnelaw"of 1S8S creates an
offense and affixes a penalty of $100, one-half
of which poes to the informer, who may sue
therefor in an action of debt and testify in the
c?ss. Manv such suits are now pending.
The act of ISM prescribes a penalty of $50 for
taking illegal fees by Justices, Aldermen and
all county officers, and gives the whole penalty
to the person suing for it, This law is in daily
use, and has received tbe highest commendation
of the Supreme Court.
The Allegheny countv liquor law of 1872,
which was in force for 15 years, and until tbe
Brooks law came into effect, authorized an al
lowance of $10 to the prosecutor for each of
fense prosecuted to conviction, and as much as
500 have been paid to a single prosecutor under
THE STATE'S POLICY.
This list might be extended at pleasure. It
would not be a difficult task to cite 150 acts of
assembly of Pennsylvania in vbich penalties are
inflicted, and one-half given to the prosecution
or Informer who sues for the same. And very
few of them contain the wise restriction found in
the Act of 1S55 (under which tho L. & O.
League has been working), that if the prose
cut or is a witness be forfeits all right to any
part of the penalty These acts of assembly
show tbe settled policy of the State to have
always been to encourage In this way the sup
pression of those classes of criminal offenses,
which, bv reason of the number of offenders,
the extent of the evil or the difficulty of its
detection, are usually winked at by the officers
of tbe law. Tbe simplicity and speediness of
the retnedv bv a civil suit fur a penalty renders
it eminently fie for tbe suppression of illegal
liquor selling, as the experience of the league
I bare only to add that to expect the con
stables ami otber officers to exercise all the
vigilance and ability necessary to convict Ille
gal liquor sellers in tbe face of tbe hostility of
every grand jury and its unwillingness to tar
diet, and for no other compensation to such
offirer than the peyy fees amounting to from
$3 to S5 in each case, is asking too much. Offi
cers cannot do all that work without par, and
for "enmitj" instead of "glory." Tbe oldAUe
gheny countv liquor law which was repealed,
by the Uroocs law allowed $!0 in
addition to 'all fees. That was lit
tle enough for the constable or other
officer. And if the Brooks law allowed 25 to
the constable for each conviction (subject to
the Court's approval) it would be no more than
justice to the officer, and would secure the full
enforcement of the law. If the law is a c;ood
one it is worth enforcing. And the lawsl have
referred you to show that such has been the
State'6 policy in regard to other offenses; why
should it not be the same as to illegal liquor
A Shave for J -15 of a Cent.
Colgate & Co N. Y., will mail you a sample
of Demulcent Shaving Soap sufficient for a
month for 2 cents.
B. it B.
52-inch broadcloths, 75 cts we know some
of you'll buy dresses of these to-morrow if
you see them. Boogs & Buhl.
N. B. Store closed all day to-day New
Special Sale of Men's Dress nnd Nisht Shirts
January 2; lauudried and unlaundried.
Don't miss seeing this line; all grades and
styles. Special low prices.
A. G. Campbell & Sons, 710 Penn ave.
A GOLD watch was presented to Miss
Matilda Jones by J. J. "Waldron, agent of
the Prudential Company.
NOTICE TO STONEMASONS THEIR
regular meetinc of tbe International
Union No. 9 will be held on Thursday evening,
Januarys 18S9, at 8 p. M., at Hibernian Hall.
Wylle avenue. - AU members are requested to
attend, as business of importance is to be
transacted. J3y order. jaW6
NOTI3E-ALI. MEMBERS OF THE MU
SICAL UNION are requested to meet at
No. 2 Diamond alley, at 1 o'clock, sharp, Jan
nary 1, 18S9, with instruments and in citizens
clothes, to attend tbe funeral of Joseph Lenz,
which takes place from his late residence, No.
42 Mabon avenue, at 2 o'clock. jal-61
O. H. Perry CoUNCtt, 230,
Jr. O. U. A. ai
Alleohest. Pa.. December 31. 18S8.
TlTEMBERS OF THIS COUNCIL WILL
111. nlease meet at their hall, Wednesday,
January 2, 1889, at 830 A. m., to
attend the funeral of Bro. J. E. Bent.
Members of sister councils respectfully invited
to attend. By order ot
J. KAISER, Councilor.
EDWARD G. LANG, Rec Sec jal-23
mWE MEMBERS OF EXCELSIOR LODGE
. JL No. 86. A. O. U.'W. will meet at their hall
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, at 1 o'clock
"sharp," to attenu me innerai oi iiroiueru.
H. Wallace. Members of sister lodges invited
to attend. Interment in Allegheny Cemetery
at 2 o'clock.
By order of the M.W.
jal-9 t M. L. SPIELMAN. Recorder.
PrTTSBUEG COMMMANDERY NO. L K. T., )
Pittsbubg. January L 1889.
ATTENTION. .SIR KNIGHTS-THE
members of this commaudery will meet
in the ssvlnnv Perfection Hall. Penn avenne,
on WEDNESDAY. January 2, 1SS0. at 1 o'clock
p. Jr. sharp, to attend the funeral of our late
f rater Sir Knight Harry H. Wallace.
The members of Commanderles 35, 43 and 59
are courteously Invited to attend.
-WM. C. WRIGHT, E. C.
WM. T. REIXER, Rec Jal-7
tfrbi spldjj advertkemmtt one dollar ,pjr
iquare or one intert,ton. Claulfitd admtUe'
ments on thii page tueha Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, etc, ten cento per line for eaeh inter-
tion. and none taken for lets than fifty cento.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branoh Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, -For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning: ,
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts wlthTaEDlS-
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 33o9 Butler street.
EMIL G. BTUCKEY, 24th street and l'enn ave.
E. G. STWCKEY & CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton st.
N. bTOKELY, Fifth ATenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, 121 Penn avenne.
MCALLISTER. & SHEIBLEB, 5th aT. & Atwood st.
JACOB SPOHN, No. 2 Carson street.
CHAS. SCHWAKM, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAEHCHEK, 59 Federal street.
McBKIDE UKQ3.. Federal and Ohio streets.
FREDH. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGOERS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut its.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENHY. Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
1'EltltY M. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED BARBER;
will pay good waees to right man. HENRY
WILLIAMS, Homestead. I'a. JM-51
WANTED-FOR OUR RENT DEPARTMENT,
man of (rood address. Integrity, and some
experience. SAM'L W. BLACK.& CO., 99 Fourth
T7ANTED-TWO GOOD UPHOLSTERERS
Wi. thit understand cutting and hanging cur
tain' and similes: none hut experienced men need
apply. E. GROETZ1NGER. de3-72-TnSu
WANTED-GOOD MAN WITH tl.OOO TO
tJke agency for Western Pennsylvania for
best selling goods on market. Call or address
ROOM 163, Albemarle Hotel. la 1-63
WANTED-MACHINIST3 AT ONOEONEN
GINEand mill work at ANCHOR FOUN
DRY AND MACHINE WORKS. 41 Penn ave.;
none but first-class men need apply. jal-93
fTTANTED-AGENTS-575 A MONTH AND
VV expenses paid anv person to sell onr goods.
No capital: salary monthly: particulars .free.
STANDARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston.
-TTTANTED - AGENTS TO SEI,L CLlNE'S
YV' footJieaters a,nd patent fuel Tor carriages,
wagons, etc. : sells nt sight. Inquire after 3 P.M.,
WM. SEMFLE. JR., 165 Federal St., Allegheny,
WANTED A THARMACIST TO TAKE
charge of a private pharmacy and study
medicine. Apply In person between 1 and 2 r. h.
next Wednesday at 113 Second ave. 11. li. OK it,
WANTED-RELIABLE LOCAL AND TRAV
ELING salesmen; positions permanent:
special Inducements now; fast selling specialties!
don't delav: salary from start. UROWN BROS.,
Nurserymen, Rochester, N. Y. del-b63-H8
WANTED - DRIVER (COLORED PRE
FERRED), single, with good reference for
experience In driving horse and baroucbe. taking
care of cows and place. Address "INSUR
ANCE." l'enn Kalldmg. rr -m 305. Jil-59
WANTED-THKEE FIRST-CLASS CARPET
salesmen that understand the retail business
thoroughly; none but those with city reference
need apply. Address, by letter giving experience
and age, CARPET HOUSE, Dispatch office.
WANTED-A COLLECTOK AND SALESMAN
who Is well acquainted with the towns
from Rochester, Pa'., to liellalre. Ohio, to collect
on Installment sales. Cicli security and reference
required. Address ENEHGY, Dispatch Office.
ANTED -FOUNDRY FOREMAN-MUST
be an active, progressive man. familiar with
economical management In heavy work mainly:
references as to sobriety And ability required. Ad
dress S. H. PAEVIK'S SONS, Cincinnati. O.
WANTED-PHYSICIAN TO LOCATE: MUST
be a graduate of an accredited medical col
lege, of not less than three years' practical exper
ience: no office rent to pay; no horse needed: will
average $5 per day. For particulars address BOX
73, Renfrew, Butler county. Pa. Jal-8
WANTED-A MAN WHO UNDERSTANDS
the furniture and upholstering business to
take charge of a branch store: one who has some
experience as salesman and collector: permanent
sltnatlon to right nartr: cith security required.
Address HOUSE FURNISHER, Dispatch office.
TTJ ANTED - AGENTS TO HANDLE THE
V new patent Ink Eraslnjr pencil; grealest
novelty ever produced; erases Ink In two seconds,
no abrasion of paper: SCO to 600 percent profit;
one agents sales amounted to S620, In six days:
another 32, In two hours; territorry absolutely
free; salary to good men: no ladles need answer;
sample 35 cents. For terms and full particulars,
address, the manufacturers, J.AV. SKIN Ji Ell i
CO., Onalaska, Wis. Jal-57
WANTED-A THOROTJGHLT FIRST-CLASS
man to assist our Pittsburg salesmen In so
liciting orders for lubricating oils among tbe con
suming trade of Pittsburg and vicinity; previous
experience In the oil business not essential but
must be a reliable man. good salesman and hard
worker; no others neednpply: good salary paldand
permanent position to tlie right person: opoortu
nltv for personal Interview to suitable applicants
at Pittsburg. Address, giving age, previous bus
iness experience and references, VACUUM OIL
CO., Rochester, N. Y. I-47
-rrTANTED-GIRL FOR GENEF.AL HOUSE
V "work. Apply ALLEGHENY GENERAL
WANTED-GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework In email family. MRS. i
SCHOENTHAL, 111 Jackson St., Allegheny.
WANTED-! LADIES OF GOOD ADDRESS.
wages S8 to S3 per week. Call Wednesday
at ROOM 4. McClance block, cor. Seventh ave.
and Smlthfleld ft., city. jal-83
VTJANTED-LADY POSSESSING ABILITIES
VV of A 1 saleslady: none ontler 20 need apply;
salary goodsreferences required. Call after 10a.
It. Wednesday. H. A. SCHROEDER, 51 Sixth St.
Male nnd-Fcmnle tlelo.
V ER. Catholic preferred: pastry cook. 100
house eirls. 40 cooks. 10 chambermaids, nnrse fflrls.
tfiotel chambermaid and waiters. MRS. MEE-
HAJ, H5 uraut st. de31-D
WANTED -LIVE MEN AND WOMEN TO
engage In an easy, paying business at home:
can work daytime or evening andmako&OctofJ
per hour: sure thing: sample and complete in
structions sent free. Address, WORLD SUPPliY
CO., Rutland, Vt. de30-U8
WANTED-POS1TION AS DRUG", CLERK,
registered as manager: ten ()u) years1 ex
perience:' reference given. Address H. j. J.,
New Castle, Pa. , Jaj-81
WANTED-AT ONCE-A POSITION BY RE
TAIL drug clerk, registered, as manager;
country preferred. Address OP1I, lo. 37 Ander
son St., Allegheny, Pa. Jal-49.
WANTE1I-BY YOUNG LADY A POSITION
as assistant bookkeeper: experienced; sal
ary 12 ncr week: can give good references. Ad
dress IT. B. II., Dispatch office. jal-sl
-TTTANTHID-PARTNER WT1TH S400 CAPITAL
V V to take half interest in an established profita
ble business; reply promptly. M. B., Dispatch
l-TTT-AJSTED TO INVEST FROM SI.000 TO
It ?i.o"u kuu uiy urae in any onsiness mat
will pay a fair profit. Address H. K., Dispatch
WANTED-PARTNERWrrU S2M CASH AND
some knowledge of photography: refer
ences exchanged. Address PHOTO, Dispatch
office. J a 1-4
TTTANTED-AN ACTIVE AND CAPABLE
y business man to ttke an interest in. and
fill position or Secretary In a large manufacturing
concern. In a manufacturing- city In Ohio, on line
ot railroad; oa6lness well established and pros
perous: to a first-class man this Isa fine opening.
Particulars rrom J AS. W,-DRAPE & Co.. fa
Fourth avenne, Pittsburg. jal-97-D
Room,''. Houses. Etc
-TTTANTED-TO RENT-A HOUSE OF SEVEN
V rooms with large yard; convenient to P. R.
R. or cable road. Address B. D., Dispatch office.
WANTED - APARTMENTS. THREE OB
fourroomsensulte. furnished oruiifiirnlshrd,
for bonsekeepln g; best references. Address E.H.
O , Dispatch office. de30-S
ANTED-BY APRIL X SHOWROOM ON
first floor on eood business street: wonld
rent one-halfof large room with first-class party.
Address SHOWROOM, Dispatch office. de7-f33
XHTANTED-HOUSESTO RENT AND RENTS
YV to collect. A. H. LESLIE, Forty-second
and Butler sts. dc31-15
WANTED-TO LOAN S200.000 ON MORT
GAGES: (100 and upward at 6 per cent;
500,000 at 4H per cent on residences or business
so In adjoining" counties. S. H.
FRENCH. 125 Fourth avenue?
on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
6 per cent, and on farms In Allegheny and aqja
cent counties at E per centr no money loaned out
or Pennsylvania. 1. M.PENNOCK & SON, 103
Fourth avenue. ap7-f41
WANTED-HOUSES TO RENT AND-KENT3
to collect In both cities. - We give special
attention to repairs, taxes, insurance and man
agement of oropertles: Itemized accounts, inonth
lysettlements. PITTSBURG CO.,lFlRh.venne,
Keal Estate and Insurance. . J U-W-D
WANTEDi-WE HAVE fAOOOTO LOAN FOR
long or short time at finer cent. D. P.
THOMAS & CO., 408 Grant St. nol-073
WANTKU-KENTS TO COLLECT; MONTH
LY settlement with Itemized statement.
BLACK & BAIKD. S3 Fourth avenue. a28-aS9-D
VV In sums to suit, at ii, 5 and 6 per cent,
GKAE11IN.U' LT027, 135 Fourth ave." ap6-el-D
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over M 000; 4K per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER & CO., 92 Fourth avenue.
WANTED -MORTGAGES- WE AKE PHE
PARED to loan from S300 to 1100,000 at from
$ to 6 per cent. JaS. W. DRAPE & CO.. 129
Fourth avenu, Pittsburg. Jal-V7-D
WANTED-M0KTGAGE3. MORTGAGES. ON
city or suburban Improved real estate, In
sums of KOO to Ku, 000 and upward, at lowest rates.
ALEXANDER & LEE, 313 Wood st. de29-83-D
WANTED-GOOD MORTGAGES FOR ANY
amount; lowstntcs orintcrcst and commis
sion. PITTSBURG CO.. LIMITED, Kcal Estate
and Insurance, 138 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.
"TITAN TED-TO LOAN f500,00a IN AMOUNTS
TT of 3,00uand upward, oncltyand suburban
property, on VA per cent, free of tax; also smaller
amounts at 5 an16 per cent. BLACK & BAIRD,
95 Fourth avenue. " se21-d26-D
TTTANTED-PUBLICTO KNOW THE ELITE
VV GALLERY. 516 Market St., Pittsburg, will
,le open for business all. New Year's Day. Cabl
nets, 1 00 per dozen. Jal-100
WANTED-l'URCHAgER FOR PROSPEROUS
country paper, within 40 miles of Pittsburg;
will be sold at a bargain, ori account of Ill-health
of proprietor. Address W., Dispatch office.
WANTED-EVERYUODY TO CALL AND
hare their pictures taken at CAMPI1 ELL'S,
cor. fourteenth and I'arson sts. : 1 large tlntvpes
for 23 cents; cabinets, ft 50 per dozen: call early.
WANTED-EVERYBUBY TO KNOW THE
ELITE GALLERY, 516 Market St., Pitts
burg, makes the finest photographs for less money
than any other gallery In the two cities: cabinets
il per doz. drtl-kH-TTSSU
WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER, 98 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, ererybody to
know that he Is making fine cabinets at ISO per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: instan
taneous process. . mhl3-k27
"VTTANTEH-IF YOU WANT TO KNOW HOW
V V to write a good business Hand, write a bus
iness letter, add a column of figures rapidly, make
out ad ordinary account, w ite a receipt, write a
promissory note, reckon the dlsconnt on It for
days, months and vears, and get a general knowl
edge of bookkeeping, penmanship and arithmetic,
attend the College of Commerce, 9G Fourth ave.
W. W. MCCLELLAND, l'rln. noIO-slOO-Ttis
FOR SALE-WEBSTER AVE.-BRICK
house, 4 rooms and storeroom; lot 20x70;
cheap. J. R. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave,
8 rooms, finished attic, hall, vestibule, marble
mantels, good cellar, nat. and art. ga9: lot 20x91:
cheap and terms easy. J. R. COOPER CO.. 107
Fourth ave. Jal-16-TuwihS
FORSAI.E-MT. WASHINGTON, ON GRAND
VIEW ave. S2.500: must be soldatonce; frame
dwelling. 6 rooms. halL nat. cas. cltv water, con
venient to Incline: lot 42J$xlt- J. R. COOPER &
CO., 107 Fourth ave.
FOR 8ALE-(99)-NEARTnEPAHK. SECOND
ward, modern brick dwelling, 10 rooms, wide
hall, bath and all conveniences; comer lot. 25 feet
front: termi. 11.000 cash, balance foOO per year.
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., W Fourth ave.
FORBALE-MT. WASHINGTON, ONLY f3.50O,
tno squares from Incline, almost new
frame dwelling, 7rooms, hall, good cellar, nicely
furnished and papered; shade trees: line river
view; lot 33x293; a great bargain. J. E. COOPER
& CO., 107 Fourth ave. JaW6-Tuwrlis
East End Residences.
FOR 8ALE - FINE QUEEN ANNE RESI
DENCE, 9 rooms, all modern conveniences;
also good stable and carriage bouse: lot 50x13$ to
20-foot alley: good location! terms easv. J. C.
KEILLY, 77 Diamond st. Jal-79-TTSn
FOR SALE-NORTH H1LAND AVENUE,
opposite Peabody's: one of the molt desirable
residence locations: 80x315 ft.: will he sold at a
sacrifice. PITTSBURG CO., LIMITED, Real
Estate and Insurance, 133 Fifth avenue, Pitts
burg, Pa. jal-91
FR SALE-A NEAT NEW HOUSE IN THE
East End, 6 rooms, reception hall, attic, nat
ural gas. Inside shutters, etc.; corner lot: a few
fruit trees thereon: Immediate possession: smalt
payment down, balance to suit. JAS.W.DRAPE
& CO., 129 Fourth avenue. Pltt6burg. jal-97
FOR SALE-HANDSOME MODERN QUEEN
Anne dwelling, Stanton ave., near Hiland
are.: 10 rooms, reception hall, range, bath, laun
dry, wide porches and fine lot 50x135 feet; good
stable, stalls for three horses: both gases in bouse
and stable; special bargain: onlvJio.OOO, on easy
payments. BLACK & BAIRD, &S Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-EAST END RESIDENCE PROP
ERTY: rooms spacious and luxurious
throughout; all the modern requirements: natural
gai, bath and lavatory; wide porch In front,
commodious hall In center: dry cellar; copious
flow of water: large lot; shade and fruit trees and
shrubbery. Artlculars from JAS. W. DRAPE
& CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. Jal-97
FOR SALE-A VERY GOOD BRICKDWELL
INU on Arch street, Allegheny; a most new,
and having complete modern conveniences; near
street cars and parks. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.,
13 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. Jal-97-D
FOR 8ALE-ON FREMONT ST., ALLE
GHENY, 2-story mansard, pressed brick
front, 11 rooms, both gases and water, front and
backstairs: lot 20x100 to an alley; brick house on
rear ofl rooms renting for 115 per mo.; verv de
sirable and In good condition. THUS. LIGGETT,
1 14 Fourth ave. dc30-50-MTTF8
fOR SALE-ON NORTH AVENUE, ALLE
GHENY. 2-story brick house 11 rooms, man
sard roof, hall and lanndry, stationary wash
tubs, water and both gales throughout the house,
electric hells, mantels of slate and marble, tile
and marble hearths; bouse In good repair; lot4lx
llOtoapavedaUey. THOS. LIGGETT; til Fonrth
EORSALE-ABEAU11FUL RESIDENCE ON
, North avenue, Allegheny, having full view
of parks: almost new and posessing every neces
sary appliance, and in elegant order throughout;
one or the most unique and perfect residences.!!
the city; handsome massive mantels, with cabi
nets, walls and ceilings elaborately finished: good
lot. etc.. etc. Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE
& CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. Jal-97
FOR SALE-AT NEW GALILEE,' PA.. A
large ten-room frame house, with basement
kitchen, washhouse, coalhouse and other neces
sary outbuildings: lot 100x150; well good water:
P.M. AC. R. R.'s.: nrlce. Sl.500. Particulars
from GEO. W. PYEE, New Galilee, Pa. Jal-oS-D
FOR SALE-ACT QUICK-OVER ACRES
within city limits: price .only $6,000, irsold
this week. BLACK & BAIKD, No. Do Fourth are.
FOR 8 ALE-CLIF F STREET LOTS, COR. CAS
SATT St., 23x70, cheap. Desirable location
near Incline. PITTSBURG CO., Limited. Real
Estate and Insurance, 133 Fifth avenue. Pittsbnrg,
FOR SALE BROWNSVILLE AVENUE-S
lots, very desirable and cheap: also, 2 lots on
Benlah st. with frame houses; a great bargain.
PITTSBURG CO., LIMITED. Heal Estate and In
surance, 133 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg. Pa.
Enst End Lot.
FOIJ SALE-CHOICE LOTS, ATDALLAS STA
TION, P. R. 11., convenient to steam and
street cars: cheap and on easy terms, situation
unsurpassed: price ranging from 5400 to SiOO. In
oulrcor U. C. NEGLEY, 8106 Penn ave.. East
FOR SALE-2 ACRES OF GROUND IN THE
East-End: 4 minutes' walk from railroad ata
tlon; all nice and level and well suited to layout
In building lots: there Is a bargain in this. Terms
from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenne,
TpOR SALE-LOTS! LOTS! FRANKSTOWN
ave., Brushton station: Bank of Commerce
addition plan: no lot less than 40x140 feet to 20-foot
alley: terms, S50 down and 910 a month; cheapest
lots In the market. Secure plan trom JOHN F.
BAXTER, Agent. 612 Hiulthfleld St. deSO-SS-Tur
FOR SALE-EAST END LOTS-HOWE ST.
near Dennlson. soma Cheap property on Em
erson and Carroll St. one square from Cable line
eac wav: also an elegant lot on Larimer are.
PITTSBURG CO., Limited. Real Estate and in
surance, 138 Fifth ave , Pittsburg, Pa. Jal-SS-rrs
-pOR BALE-CEMETERY LOT IN UNION
X1 DALE: a Urge lot In finest location: also in
Allegheny Cemetery, a large lot In section IS: one
of tbe finest sections In tbe cemetery. Apnlrto
EDWARD L. DEVORE, 18 Sixth ave. Jal-S
FOR SALE-LOTS. L"TS; BARGAINS IN
. lots In Dickson and Denny's new plan: 50ff
bnlidlng lots between Twenty-eighth andThlrty
thlrd street, above P. R. It., at prices lrom SICO to
1,000 per lot, on very easy payments; call and
seo plans at niy office at once If you want
the pick of location and before the
price goes up: come and see me before purchasing
elsewhere. Cal or send for Immense list of over
TOO properties for Mlo all over both cltlej ind
suburbs, by THOS. MCCAFBEY. Notary Public
and Leading Real Estate Agent, 3309 Butler street.
Telephone 1641-2. Office open evenings.
J710B 8ALE-OSBORNE-HOUSE 6 ROOMS;
7 lot 157X4UV and a good garden, lot 157x500.
OB SALE Osborne Splendid house 8 rooms,
modern stjle. lanre grounds.
FOB BAL Ei-Osborne-Flne lot 200x200; good loca
tion. FOB SALE Osborne About 5 acres; good build
ing lots: all near Sewlckley. '
FOR SALE-Emsworth-Flne building lot Htx
FOR SALE Urusbton 23 desirable lots; large
size: good location.
FOB BALE Wllklnsburg-2 two-story frame
houses, 6 rooms and ball: lot 44x121.
70B BALE Hazelwood Frame bouse B rooms;
lot 60x113: a bargain. For particu
lars call on J. DERMXTT, 407 Grant
-, ' ,,
FOB .SALE-W1LK1NSBURG LOTS, LOTS,
lots; 6 minutes from station: finest lots in the
borough; 62x130 feet ch; streets sewered and
macadamlzed:"D0ardJwalk from itadon; natural
gas, etc.: verrlowprlcesaud terms to suit. J. R.
COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave. JaM6-TuwihS
FOR SALE-A, GROCERY STORE DOING A
good business and located In it fine location;
will sell cheap. Inquire of F. KEEL1N, 826 Lib
erty street. delT-3t
FOR SALB-CONFECTIONERT STORE AND
Ice cream 'saloon; complete fixtures and
small stock DENNISON & SCHWAN, Shtlon
st. and P. R. R. Jal-15
IOR SAL&-A "WELL-ESTABLISHED DRUG
store In fine location: will bear Investiga
tion; paring large; great bargain; about fl.iOO.
SHEPAKDi CO.. 51 Fifth ave. dt30-65-TUSU
OR SALFimiTH AND PRESCRIPTION
JD store, located in a manufacturingclty of 15.100
population. 50 rrileswest of Pittsburg: finest lo
cation in the cltyfan elegant opportunity,. Ad-
aressDiiuus, uispatcu omce, aeni
FOR SALE-ONEliAL7 INTEREST IN A
woolenmlll and broom factory in ono of the
best tonus In Western Pennsylvania: iheonly
buslnesiof the kind lncounty: fully equipped and
doing well. JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 123 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. . Jal-87
FOR SALE-EXTENSIVE COAL WORKS:
good paying, small city hotel: 40 city and
country 6tords;" 10 drug stores; tea store, shoe
stores, drygoodsiand notion stores,, boarding
houses: Information- free and Interviews confiden
tial. SHEPARD&CO.,51Fllthaveune. de!8
FOR SALE-A GENTS' FURNISHING AND
clothlntr business In a growing town on line
of two railroads, abont 50 miles from Pittsburg;
stock is In good condition:: business prosperous;
satisfactory reaions forsclllng. Particulars from
JAS. W. DRAPEACC, 129 Fourth avenue, Pitts
17IOR SALE-AN OLD-EbTABLISHKD COUN
? TRY store, with general stock of drygoods,
carpets, groceries; one of the best country towns
In the State, on line or two railroads: a corner
property: the finest stand and the leading store In
the place: business runs abontS3,tt amonth and
all safe; has always made money. JAS.W.DRAPE
& CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. Jal-97
FOR SALE-A ONE-THIRD INTEREST IN A
large wholesale and retail house on one of
tho best streets ,in the clly; an old-establUhcd
concern and In good financial standing; profits
last year, S25.000; Irhas become necessary to en
large the premises In order to secure Increased fa
cilities for the business. Particulars confidentially
from JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth avenue,
Pittsburg. - Jal-V7
FOR SALE FIFTH AVENUE-STORE AND
dwelling worth 20, too: win sell for J16.00O:
within a few minutes walk or tbe Court Honse.
Good investment. PITTSBURG CO.. Limited.
Real Estate and Insurance, Pittsburg, Pa.
FOR SALE-(99)-FlFTH AVENUE CORNER
property near Jumonvllle St., almost new
b-lr k dwelling, nine rooms, two hiths, all con
veniences; flue storeroou can be made in It: ex
client investment: villi viylOpercent. SAMUEL
W. BLACK & CO- 99 Fourth ave, de29-77-TTS
Machinery nnd Itletnls.
FOR SALE-2 HORIZONTAL ENGINES, 18x22,
1 Ball engine, 1 jmill dynamo and 2 lamps and
meat choppers, rendering kettles, etc VELTE &
MCDONALD, l'enn ave., cor. Thirty-second St.
OR SALE-NEW AND SECOND-HAND
machinery: engines from 4-horsenower no.
boilers, pnmps, etc.; call or write for prices.
FAHEY PFALLER. Faber and Washington
sts., near Union depot. ap2t-v35!j-TTS
FOR SALE-BARGAINS IN SECOND-HAND
engines and boilers: one 16x30. one 14x24, one
12x20, two 12x24. one 12x2ft. one 10x20, and large lot
ot smaller slzest'all sizes of boilers. 23. 23 Park'
way, J. S. IOUNG, Allegheny, Pa. oc25-a71-TIS
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, tfcc
FOR SALE-A PURE ALDEBNEY BULL ONE
and a half yeirs old: fawn color: perfectly
quiet. Inquire JAMES GALLAGHER, between
Greenwood and Locust St., Fifth ward, Allegheny
TO LET-ONE BRICK HOUSE. 8 ROOMS,
ball, bath, hot and colt) water, natural and
Illuminating gas, 422Webster ave.. near Penn In
cline and Center ave..cars. V. J. PRENTICE, 1009
Liberty st. Jal-W
TO LET-WYLIE AVENUE. NEW PRESS
brick dwelling cor. Logan; Srooms.ustcom
pleted, ail modem conveniences. P1TISRURG
CO., Limited. Real Estate and Insurance, 138 Flftb
avenue, Pittsburg, Pa. Jal-83-ns
TO LET-JOHNS STREET, THIRTEENTH
ward, 3 new brick dwellings. 7 rooms, hall,
vestibule, both gases, verv desirable and cheap.
PITTSBURG CO., Limited. Real Estate and In
surance, 133 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg. Pa.
TO LETr-A NEW FURNISHED DWELLING
In Allegheny, near parks and cars; furni
ture, carpets, etc., all quite new and very nice:
complete modern conveniences; will rent only ttV
asmsll family without children: Immediate pos
session. Apply to JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 123
Fourth avenne, Pittsburg. Jal-3
Offices. Desk Room. &c
TO LET-LARGE FRONT HOOM, SECOND
floor, 518 Smlthfleld St., opposite City Hall
and adjoining Dnquesne HoteL with chairs,
desk, etc. MORRIS Jb FLEMING, 1C6 Fourth
ave. - de4-d(3-TTS
TO LET-IN 'THE JIcCANCE BLOCK,
Smlthfleld. Liberty and Seventh avenue,
well-llphted offlces, etch room fronting on a prin
cipal street; passenger and merchandise eleva
TO LET- OFFICE 18 BY U FT.; WELL
lighted: on first floor of Germanla Savings'
ISank building: rent reasonable to approved
tenant. Apply to THOS. D. KELLER. 419 Wood
street. ' oc25-a64-TTS
TO LET-(!rT-REDUCED RENTS: OFFICES IN
Eisner building, Fifth ave. and Wood st.:
finest location In city: large, light rooms: lanitor
service and steam heat-- free. SAMUEL. W.
BLACK JbCO.r 89 Fourth ave. oc21-x!7-D
mO LET-NEW OFFICES; SPLENDID LIGHT.
A. The Germanla Sayings Bank. 423 Wood st,,
having changed the Interior or Its building by
adding 15 large, alrv and well-lighted offices, with
all modern conveniences, elevator, etc., offer the
same for rent at reasopab!eterm9. Parties desir
ing a fine location should apply at once at the
bank. . de:i-"5-D
TO I.ET-A LARGE STOREROOM WITH
cellar, on Penn avenue, between Sixth and
Eleventh streets. Applyto H. V. MASON.corner
Eleventh and Pike streets. deJ)-S7
PERSONAL-NEW BOOKS! NEW BOOKSI
comeand see! come and see! good editions
low prices. LEVI'S BOOK STOKE, SOD Liberty
PERSONAL-! RY ONCETA-VA-ZON PILLS!
33.000,000 sold In 33 years: cure all Ills or liver,
stomach, kidneys, headache, backacW, constipa
tion, etc.: 25 cts. a box. 5 ror 1, by mall.
GRIFFITH'S DRUG STORE, Third and Grant,
Pittsburg, Pa. Ja-14
PERSONAL A GRAND SCHEME AFLOAT
ir 1 can enlistasufQcient nninber of my friends
and the public; nothing more pr leas than taking
your last winter's suit and cleaning, repairing It
for a trifle, so that you can tide over the fall
months. It Is well worth thinking of, and 1 shaU
be pleased to see yon at "my Moms, to Firth are.,
second floor. JAMES DlCKSON, Tailors tcle
phone 1558 anl6-ns7-D
LOST-SMALL PURSE. ON FIRST AVE. OR
brant St., containing about 816. Finder please
return to 182 FIRST AVE. and be liberally re
LOST-A FOX TERRIER, WHITE. EXCEPT
face, halfblack; John S.Ford name on collar;
suitable reward will be paid by returning to P.
PKErf'l ON. Penn avenue, near Lang, East End.
TjlOUND-IFTHK PARTIES IN P1TTSUURG
17 that lost a pointer dog at Duqnesne will write
to we tbeywlilbear about him. THOS. HILTON,
Cosg'oveP. P.. Allegheny Co. de30-21
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-BIDS WILIi
be received tfntU Friday. January 4, 1888,
nt 2 P. St., at tbe office of The BrownsvllleNat
ural 3ns Company, at Brownsville, Pa., for tbe
trenching and laying of about (6) six miles of
Privilege reserved of declining all bids if not
Plans nd specifications -can be seen at the
" ; GEO. yVLENHART,
jal-54 Secretary and Treasurer.
Depaetmjckt of Public Bafett, i
PtTTSBTjjtG. December 31, 18S3. J
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL' BE RE
CEIVED 'at- the office of tbe City Con
troller until 2 P. jr., Januarys, J8S9. for the
printing and hindins of 300 copies, more or less.
Manual Bureau of Fire, eu:" Specifications
can be seen at tbe general office of.the depart
ment Bonds in double tbe amount, of tbe con
tract will be required, sat bonds to bsprorut
cd before the Mayor or City Clerk. The De
partment of Awards Teserves the ricbt to re
ject any or all bids. J.O.BROWN.
jaI-85 Chief Department of Public Safety.
PROPOSALS FOR DAMS AND DIKES
U. H. Engineer Office, Cincinnati, O., Dec.
18. 1888. Sealed proposals In duplicate, for
furniijiing: material and constrnctinc dams
and dikes In tho Ohio river, towit: a dam be
tween Davis and Neville Islands, a dam at the
head or Marietta Wand, a dike at Eipht-Mlle
Island, a dike at Bonanza Bar, a dike at Madi
son. Ind., and a dike at Caseyville. ,Ky.f will be
received at this nfnee until noon, local time, on
WEDNESDAY, tbe 30th day of January, ItSSO.
and then opened. A separate contract will bo
made for each structure. All Inforroatloafnr
nlsbed on application. The attention of bid
ders Is Invited to the acts of Congress approved
Feb. 26. 1885; arid Feb. 23 1887 rAVM. E. MER
RILL, Lieutenant Colonel of Engineers.
- y de31-284e81-jal,2,8(s28
mHE COPARTNERSHIP V
Between John" Ommert' and Cnaile Belthel
as John Oromert 4 Co., HI Federal, st, AUe
eheny, has tbls dar been dissolved by mutual
consent. John Oromert will continue the bnsl.
ness at the old staild, to whom all debts ot said
firm roust be paid. ...t-t.h
rSienedii JNO. OMMERT.
IBigneaj CHAS. REITHEL,
December 29, 1888. t tM ,
Thanking the public for their liberal patron
age In tbe past. I will endeavor to continue to
give entire satisfaction in the future.
6de31-8 JOHN OMMERT.
BfciSOLUTION NOTICE -NOTICE 13
hereby ptiven that the co-partnersblp
etofore existme between Tbo. H. Ward.
P. A. Ward and E. A. Ward, under the firm
name of Ward Brothers, condnrtinj; 5 livery
business on Thirteenth street, Twnty-eignth
ward, city of P.ttsbnrjr, has been thisday dis
solved by mutnal agreement, Thomas' H. ward
retiring theretrom. Tbe busIne8 of said late
firm will hereafter be conducted by E. A.
Ward & Co.. to whom all accounts against said
firm of Ward Brothers shall be presented for
payment, and to whom all sums due said Ward
Brothers must be paid.
THOS. H. WARD,
P. A. WARD,
E. A, WARD.
Pittsbubo. Dec 29. 1888. . de30-13
SECOND ASSESSMENT, WATER RENTS,
1888. Notice is hereby Riven that the
duplicates for the second assessment, water
rents, for tbe year 1888. have been placed In my
hands for collection. Tho time for payme said
water rentR at tbe city Treasurer' office is tbo
month of December. No discounts allowed.
Water rents remaining unpaid after December
31, 1888, will be placed in tbe hands of the col
lector of delinquent taxes for collection with &
per cent added. J. F. DENNISTON,
de2-b90 City Treasurer.
Depaktjiext of Pitblic Safety. (
Pittsbubo, Pa.. December 22, 1888.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at the office of the City Con
troller until Wednesday, January 2, 18!s9, at 2
o'clock p. M., for the excavation and putting in
foundations for tbe Fourteenth ward police
station. Plans and specifications can be seen
at the office of Gamble Wolr, Superintendent
of Police. Probated bonds In double tbo
amount will be required. Said bonds to be
probated before the Mayor or City Cleric The
Department ot Awards reserves the riehtto
reject any.or all bids. J. O. BROWN,
Chief Departmentof Public Safety.
-7 OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
1 assessments for tbe openlna of the follow
ing named streets and avenues, viz:
Opening ofCenter avenue, from Soho to
Opening of Negley avenue, from Bryant to
Opening of Greenbush street, from Wyoming
street to Boggs avenue.
Opening of Bellefonta street, from Fifth
avenne to Walnut street.
Opening of Moultrie street, from Fifth ave
nue to Tustin street.
Opening of Brady street, from Fifth avenue
to Monongahela river.
Opening of Elwood street, from Roup to
Opening of Clinton street, from South
Fifteenth street to McKee's line.
ODening of Cowan street, from Greenbush to
Opening of Breed street, fromUxar alley to
South Fifteenth street.
Are now in my bands for collection, and, if
not paid within 30 days of the date hereof,
liens will be filed for tbe unpaid assessments,
with interest, cost and fees.
W. C. MORELAND. City Attorney.
Pittsburg, December 29, 1888. de29-78-D
Valuations upon property In the Eighth,
Eleventh, Twenty-fourth and Thlrty-fint
wards have been completed for tbe tri
ennial assessment of 1889. Anpeals may be
made from January 2 to 5,inclnsive, upon forms
famished witb transcripts, which can be bad
at once upon personal application, or by letter
or postal card. All appeals must be probated
at this office.
Office hours from 9 A. sr. till i P. M.
Attention is called to Sec. 23 of the new
charter, which provides that "The Board of
Assessors shall assess all property taxable for
city purposes at its actual cash value;provided
that no property shall be assessed for a less
amount than the price paid for at the last re
By order of the Board.
FRANK P. CASE, 1
PHILLIP HOERR, ) Assessors.
JAMES J. LARKIN, )
fUTY SAVINGS BANK Of PITTSBURG,
J Pa.. December 31. 18S8.-Tbe annual elec
tion for directors-of this bank will be held at
the banking house. Sixth ave. and Smlthfleld
st, on Tuesday, January S, 18S0, between tho
hoursjif 11 A. ir. and If. ji.
jal- JOHN W. TAYLOR, Cashier.
ELECTION" NOTICE -REAL ESTATE
Loan and Trust Co The annual election
lor nine directors of tbe bank will be held at
the banking boue, cor. Ohio and Middle
sts., Jannary 8, 1889, between the hours of 1U
o'clock A. M., and 1 o'clock P. 31. C.
SCHAUER. Jr.. Cashier. de3M0
Fiest Nation ai. Bask. Pittsburg. Pa., i
Pittsburg, December 10, 1888. (
ELECTI0N-THE ANNUAL ELECTION
for nine Directors of tbe bank will be held
at the banking honse, comer of Wood street
and Fifth avenne, January 8, 18S9. between the
hours of 11 o'clock A. 31. and 1 o'clock P. Jr.
deU-187-D J. D. SCULLY, Cashier.
Office Columbia On. Co., I
PrrrSBUKG. December 28, 1SSS. ,
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Columbia Oil Co. will
be helJat No. 514 Market st. on THURSDAY,
Janriry 10,1889, at 11 o'clock A. jr., for the
election of directors and for tbe transaction of
such business as mav be presented.
de2S-I7-D A. P. McGREW. Secretary.
ELECTION-THE SAFE DEPOSIT COM
PANY of Pittsburg. The annual election
of nine directors of this company, to serve for
tbe ensuing 'year, will be held at the ofUcn of
the company. No. 83 Fourth avenue, on TUES
DAY. January 8.1889. between the hours of 10
A. Jf. and 12m. Wm. T. HOWE, Secretary.
Masonic Baxk, i
Pittsbcko, Pa., December 31. 1SS8.
ELECTION-THE ANNUAL ELECTION
for direcfors"of tbls bank, to serve for tbe
en-ulnc vear. will be IipUI at tha banking house
on TUESDAY, JANUARY, 8. 18S9, hetween
the hours of 10 o'rlork A. X. anil 1 o'clock P. 31.
jal-67-D CHAa B. MCLEAN, Cashier.
Pittsburg. December 31. 1888.
-LECTION THE ANNUAL ELECTII
Vl for twelve directors of the bank" will do
held at the banking home, corner nr Butlerand
Fnrty-tbird streets, on WEDNESDAY, JANU
ARY 9, 18S9, between the hours of 11 A. Jf. and
1 p. M. W. a WILLIAMS, Cashier.
OFFICE Pesssixvania Ijcsttkaxce CO., )
419 Wood Stbeet,
Pittsburg. December 20. 1888 J
rTTHK ANNUAL ELECTION FOR DIREC
X TORS for thin company will be held at tho
office as above on Thursday, January 10,, 1889,
between the hours of II A. it. and 12 if.
THOS. D. KELLER, Secretary.
NATTOyS BA3TK FOB SAVHIGS. J
Allegheny. Pa., December 28. 1888. J
ELECTION-THE ANNUAL ELECTION
for nine (9) directors of this bank, to serve
lor tbe ensuing year, will be held at tbe bank
inj; house. No. 43 North Diamond street, Alle
gheny, on MONDAY; Jannary 14, 1889, between
the hours of 1 and 3 P. Jr.
JOHN T. MORTON,
Secretary and Treasurer.
PmSBUBG Juscnow Ratleoad
r 31. 1888.)
Pitts UTnm. Pa. December
THE -ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of this company to elect a
President and Board of Directors for the
ensuing year and to transact such other busi
ness as may come before the meetinc;, will bo
held at room 11, BIssell Block, on Monday,
January 21, I8S9, between the hours of U A. ac,
and 12 o'clock, noon,
jal 62-22.214.171.124 J-A. SMITH. Secretary.
-VTOTICEi)F APPLICATION FOR CHAR
IN TER-Notice is hereby given that on
v"EDNESDAY, the 23d of January, 18&V, the
undersigned will make an application to the
Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsyl
vania for a charter of incorporation for the
Totteu and Hose Iron and Steel Foundry
Company. Tbe proposed rorpiratlun is one of
the second class enumerated in the "Corpora
tion Act of 1871,'' and has for Its object the
manufacture of iron and steel castings and
machinery, and is tbe successor to tbe business
and good-will of tbe partnersblD heretofore
existing in the city of Pittsbnrg under the name
and style of Totten & Co., Fulton Foundry and
v ROBERT C. TOTTEN.
NATHANIEL B. HOGG,
GEORGE E. HOGG.
GEORGE E. HOGG, JR.,
NATHANIEL B. HOGG, JR.
GEORGE SHIRAS. JR.
Counsel for applicants. t jal-SO
Walter J. usborne. Kichakdhabeows.
BARROWS & OSBORNE
' SO Diamond street.
Telephone No. 813
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AMBaanxTs. . m
i U isUS
In her new play,
MatinMatMftp. w. Even 1 ncr at 8:15 P. X. To'
morrow, at2J0p.H.,finly ,,Rav',matineel Nextf Ji
wee Jiem uj ma r.uemj. -i-4fcPj2r1
aiHE WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA. - 'f
POULTRY SOCIETY'S -
i BENCH. SHOW OP DOGS '
WI1I Tin IipIH Jannarv 59. Sfl 31 and February L ' -'
GKAJND UuNlKAli aiAlMU ttUN.ri. . ,:,
A large list of prizes are offered. ?'naivm.r
list are now readr. Annlr to office of SoOi
cietv, Jas. Bown & Son, Gun Store. b08 Smith & J
field street. E. UREGG. . . 3
deSl-7 iresiaent. t r,-
GRAND CENTRAL RINK. .,
Sir-day Ladles' Bicycle Race. ' l rtt
MISSES VON BLUMEN AND OAKES, '
ALLEN, LEWIS" AND 8HALLOR.
IN O race rew I ear s aiiernuon. nuw & - t.
o'clock-. Everv evening at 7 o'clock. -
Five beautiful Mcycliennes in a 48- -' ,'
hour contest nonra oany. jai-a -,
1 I r.anafr.numn anil flVPTlinir. ' . au"
TMK KIMBALL OPERA COMPANY. "
A beautiful souvenir to every lady apa chila.
attending the matinee. - -.
Next week Lights O'London. ' de3W9 . -- Ji
' . ' Jriif
r RAND OPEHA HOUSE X V' -M
ji iverj eeulUK,rej;u' ui.i.iMcca ncwicu. - jfl
and Saturday.special matinee New Year's DayV. . ;j3
Donnellv and Girara in the great New-York' 3. $i
success, .natural uas. - . . -5fa
.-. . w ) T i
week January , uootn aud uarretr. uea .- a
TTARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
To-night, matinees Tuesday, Thursday and VjS
HARRY KERNELL'S NEW COMPANY. ;
Night prices New Year's matinee. de3QV15 J
Hon. DANIEL DOUGHERTY.
America's Silver-Tongued Orator,
win iectnro o. uraiorv at ,"
LAFAYETTE HALL. THURSDAY. JAN. J; f
H p.m.. under the auspices oi the Columbus Club.
CASINO MUSEUM- " " -'.!
WEEK OF DECEMBER SL r.
The only and original CRESCENT dTY , jg
COMBINATION, headed with the following ,Jm
artists: SYMONDS, HUGHES and RASTUSl W-t
Open from 10 A. H. until 10 P. H. de3M3- SfM
riATHEDRAL-FAIR " :" $
j - sw
Open every evening this week. 1 1 5;"
Matinee in the afternoon. '" . V
Special entertainment for children. , z.
ROF. BROOKS' ' .
DANCING ACADEMY, ,'
Sixth asd Ltbertt Stbeets. g
(Member of the American Society of Pro. -,,
lessors of Dancing, New York.) . A.,
Tbe second term for ladies andgentlemen lira
will commence THURSDAY, JANUARY! at' ; fj?
8 o'clock p.m. For ladies (exclusively) TEUR3- j?
DAY, JANUARY 3 at 3 o'clock p. M. For
misses and masters, SATURDAY, JANUARY"
5 at 3 o'clock p. 31. For particulars call for
circulars at music stores. de30-2J
BANK STATE31E3T9. T J
A STATEMENT OP THE CONDITION' v
f. of the Bank of Pittsburg. Tuesday mora' '
ing, Jannary 1SS9. " yi
Loans, bills and discounts 51,595,063 96 a - ?
Real estate 60,27210 - - J
Stocks and miscellanies 33,254 X ' '
Due by other banks -2S9.190 Sr'' . 4
United States bonds 533,000 00 .
Specie, legal tender and national ,-
Dank notes, and fractional cur-
Tency otti-c'.ta .
Clearing nousecnecss sssyu,
jiU0,057 : "
Capital stock , $Ll,I6o00 .5
Profits and earnings 430,13514 r
Unpaid dividends and suspense ac- 'f
count 23,093 77.1 '' -
Due to other banks .,..- 13,471'oSi. '&
""' " -y -"
' ?3,H0,057 y
The above statement .Is correct, to the best
of mv knowledge and belief. -
W. ROSEBURG, Cashier..
oworo to ana sunscriuea, 11113 mi aaj 01 dan' J
narv. 1889. before me.
jal-60 F. L. STEVENSON. Notat -1
Some of tbe finest rooms in r '
general business, purposes i u
Dispatch building, 73, 77 1
mond street. .
WELL LIGHTED, well Tentilated "T
venient passenger and frelg!1 '
srnJATION, the most central ii
within a few hundred feet r -s
offices, (new and old). City H r
county buildings, Fifth avei - it
field street and Fourth aven
PARTIES reqnlrlnc power servlci " A
plied, with special quarter! :-
ELECTRIC LIGHTING, steam t . - r v.
janitor service included in 'tJi
which are moderate.
GUEAT advantages and econorc v
new quarters. Apply betwi i ft
and 5 p. if. at tbe
NEW DISPATCH BUI
73. 77 and 79 Dlami - "
Cor.Taggart and Gallagher sts., Allegheny
lOS ZUJCSU lfci Wl llupruTou,suluuu.
taVati n.ar Mnntrev lit. AlleffhenVS lot
xlOO tu, with a new buildinff, consisongof store-'
and dwelling; s.uw.
No. 368 Fifth avenue; Iot20xl00 ffc;fairbuiId-V
Ing; about $300 per year rent, for 510,000. . f,
Cor. Penn ave. and Twenty-seventh st;lot 24
X120 it.: large a-story Dunning, store ana aweu
Also others. Call or send for particulars.
80 FOURTH AVENUE.
I n vet nt? rnT? cat.t r
Ail Elegant. ComoflioE ana Well-EiS
isM House on Jffl Ayenns,
Near Dinwiddle street. Built and finished -'iT
in the best style. d.
Jnst the place, and an admirable chance foty M
physician, dentist or professional person, tfctfc.
cable cars bringinc
cars onnginc u,iav people io it pverjji
U.1. UUU.UaiU MiniWJVlilMIU U ..MUlf--. .
A Dnntk.U. T.
ooubuajuo, uiniwu:iuiD AUU JUMOIJ-J
Vllie aisuicis wiinin ibw iuuiqks'd; onuKv 1
..t .. . ... m . fc , ,J
and the old city quickly accessible by eahlo"
cars. ". 1 SL,
Owinc to central situation on main thorough- rwl
fare and to new facilities for access, this prop-, s tf
erty will soon be as desirable fonprofesslonarjv -,-'h-,
men as fenn avenne jormerir was. jppiyu
BLACK fe BAIRD, Real Estate Acentv'95g?i
Fourth avenue. !el3lMsi
TTOLY GHOST COLLE(
' BUSINE38 "
CONSUME YOUR OWN GARBAGE
j stoves and ranges while uslnc the samA for
cookioc or anv otber purpose, by uslilcxt&e
Eureka Garbage Burner. For illustrative .cir
cular, containing full information, call oa'o.
. S3 East Diamond street.
GEO. H. BARBOUR. . fV.
CIVIL ENGINEER, .- .
Surveyor, Drausrbtsman and Deslgnof-i;
nnapes xvooik ana Aim onuuincs.
Room 62 Eisner Bnildlnr. .
rtel2-k68-D 61 FIFTH AVENGE, Pitts
p A.BALPH, '
11 Seventh avenne.
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