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SMARTER EACH TEAK.
Flattering Figures on the Growth of
BIG GAINS ALL ALONG THE LINE.
Se3rly 29,000,000 Pieces Handled by Pitts
HOW 1SS7 DWARFS BESIDE LAST TEAK
The most curious statistics, and at the
same time those giving a keener insight into
the advance of intelligence, education and
civilization, are those given by Superin
tendent Collins, of the city postoffice, lor the
dead year of 1SS8. The year "87 vras thought
remarkable in its increase, but '88 far out
In the finance department for '87, $321,
030 59 was paid for stamps, envelopes, etc,
while in '88, 5348,038 was the sum. The in
crease for special request envelopes was
59,824 95, and for newspapers and periodi-
cal stamps, 51,560 63. Receipts from stamps
on postage due in '87 were 2,637 50, and in
'88, $3,761 70, which shows either a grow
ing absent-mindedness or a growing penu
riousness. Total receipts for '88 were $512,
701 80, an increase of 46,1)78 30.
SWELLING THE SUB-TREASUET.
In disbursements for '8S, clerks were paid
571,440 C8. letter carriers 5G9.772 20, and
S31L5S was paid for dead letter advertise
ments, while the beautiful sum of 254,
188 01 was deposited in the sub-Treasury,
V a gain of S25,3S1 98, or a gain of 17,178 64
in net revenue.
Just 23,328,150 letters were distributed
and dispatched, a clear gain of 3,500,000,
while 1,583,623 pounds of newspapers were
mailed in Pittsburg in '88 to 1,108,T320 in
87, and total pieces of letters and papers
are 42.350,312, a gain of 5,079,418.
Misdirected letters returned to senders for
correction in 1887 were 25,938, and in 18SJ,
27,283, a gain of 1.345 distraite individuals;
addresses corrected at postoffice in 1887. 50,
487, and in 1888, 64,854. a gain ol 14,367.
The dead letter office received from Pitts
burg 2,698 in 1887. and 3,503 in 1888, an in
crease ot 805, while the total misdirected
letters handled were 95,610, an increase of
Just 19,546 special deliveries arrived in
the mails in '88, an increase of 1,759, and
the queerest item of all is that city special
deliveries shown loss of 183, being 23,308 in
'87 to 25,125 in '88, while the specials mailed
to other offices show an increase of 5,029.
Tlinin LOT 2COT A HAPrY OKE.
The carriers employed are 94, a gain of 27,
and their daily trips are 271, a gain of 55;
39,731 registered letters were delivered, a
gain of 3,600, and 11,244,252 letters were de
livered, a clear gain of 3,047,699 over 1887.
Postal cards delivered were 2,216,811, an in
crease of 413,083; newspapers and circulars,
3,851,802, a gain of 572,292. Letters col
lected, 7,987,432, an enormous increase
of 1,860,505, while postals collected
increased 452.385 and the total pieces han
dled bv carriers in '87 were 22,701,312 to
28,881,335 in "88. with a total postage on
local matter of S89,798.43, another queer de
crease o 5l2,3ii.37. Total pieces handled
in the box department were 34,973,263, an
increase of 8,681,122, while the enormous
total of pieces handled in the postoffice in
'87 were 63,553,065, to 77,323.605 in 8S.
Superintendent J. M. Wallace, of the
East End station, reports for '87 money
orders issued for S21.009 10 to 24,973 71 in
"85; 2,137 registered letters received and
4,174 delivered. In '87 12,819 72 worth of
stamps were sold to 13,325 56 in '88, and
both domestic and foreign money orders re
ceived and paid show an increase.
GL0EGE PaSTRE'S FUXEBAL.
The Well-Known Old Barber is Laid to
Rest on Troy Hill.
The funeral of the late George Pastre.who
was probably the best known barber iu
the city, and who died Satuiday morning
very suddenly, took place yesterday after
noon from his late residence on Watson
street. The majority of the members of the
Barbers' Union were present during the ob
sequies and attended the burial. The ser
vices were conducted by Rev. Carl Weil,
pastor of the German Protestant Church, who
spoke in German, and Rev. Kamera, of this
city, who spoke in English.
The pallbearers were Charles Berris,
George Wolmer, John Baer, Alexander
Schiff, Arthur Koerber and John GcideL
Three of these were his late emploves.
The interment was made in Voegtley's
Cemetery, Troy Hill. At the grave the
regular German Protestant service was read
by Rev. Sir. Weil.
AX0THEE I0W DEATH KITE.
Only 16 Out of Each 1,000 Persons Per
Tear, by Last Week's Avcracc.
The mortuary report for the week ending
on Saturday, shows a total of 08 deaths in
the city. The principal causes were as fol
lows: Typhoid fever, 6; consumption, 6;
cancers, 4; congestion of brain, 2; apoplexy,
2; diseases of the heart, 3; croup, 2; bron
chitis, 7; pneumonia, C; enteritis, 4;Bright's
disease, 2; premature, 3; falls, 1, and rail
road injuries, 1. The annual death rate was
16 per 1,000 of the estimated population.
It Wns Only Supply and Demand,
Pittsburg florists scout the idea that the
mooted ''trust" in roses before the holidays
really existed. They simply cite the fact
that "corners" on such perishable goods are
impracticable. The high piices of roses for
Christmas were caused by an increased de
mand. A Dead Shot Officer.
John McGinnis, a shoemaker, charged
Officer Boyer with felonious and reckless
shooting. He says the officer was trying to
shoot in the New Year, and shot in his win-
dow instead. Boyer will be called upon to
explain bow he happened to hit anything
A Terr Bod Beginning.
An old man, William Burns, while hob
bling along Smithfield on crutches, fell, and
sustained a compound fracture of his injured
limb. He was sent to the Homeopathic
Hospital to undergo an operation, having
once had his limb amputated.
The tine comes when everybody needs
Parker's Ginger Tonic. It often saves life.
Parker's Hair Balsam cleanses the scalp.
See Onr 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 select
from; come to-day.
JOS. HOENE & CVS
JPenn Avenue Stores.
For Sozodont all ladies cry.
And gentlemen, or high or low.
For nothing else that they can buy.
Will give the mouth its freshest glow
Will keep the teeth so sound and white,
And make the.breath a sweet delight.
Just received 200 pieces American sa
teens, beautiful designs, 10c and 12Jc per
yard. Hugus & Hacke.
Our "January sale" bargains in ladies',
men's and children's wooien underwear;
good, well-made shirts and drawers, both
in wool and merino, at much less than
regular prices. Jos. Hokne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
The IT. P. Orphans' Home and Hospital
in Allegheny Almost Unincumbered.
The United Presbyterian Orphans' Home
and Memorial Hospital for Children was
opened in Allegheny yesterday. There was
a goodly attendance. The institution is at f
Monterey and West J enerson streets, nev.
J. W. Harsha and Elder H. W. McKee ad
dressed the children in a iappy manner,
and Rev. James M. Fulton spoke to the
managers and visitors. Mi s y Jane Vin
cent made an interesting report in behalf
of the hospital committee. '
A number of pretty songs were sung by
the children, some sixty in number, and
Misses Emma Eustis, Lizzie Dickson and
Mary Haines, and Masters Bennie McCor
inick and Walter Elliot rendered recita
Mrs. H. C. Campbell, President of the
Board of Managers of the Home and Hos
pital, closed with congratulatory remarks.
The hospital is located on the rear of the.
lot occupied by the home, and is a pretty
brick structure, neat and complete in its
appointments. There are 13 cots, but no
applicants for admission as yet.
The home and hospital are non-denominational,
except in management and mainte
nance. The managers have 2,500 in the
treasury. They only owe about 1,400 on
the hospital building. Their property,
home an,d hospital, cost them 30,000.
THEIR FIRST PARTI.
Tro Utile Girls Give Tbelr Friends a New
Miss Frankie and Miss Daisy, the
daughters of Dr. Dake, of Penn avenue,
who are respectively 3 and 7 years of age,
gave their first party yesterday afternoon to
about 40 of their young friends. The entire
residence of the doctor had been put at the
disposal of the young folks, and they made
the most of their opportunity.
On the ground floor, the rooms had been
transformed into an attractive banquet hall.
The ceilings and the tables were beautifully
decorated, and the delicacies spread were
highly relished by the delighted little ones.
During the afternoon the children were
entertained with music, a magical perform
ance, and a Punch and Judy show. All
these attractions were under the supervision
of Professor Tony White.
DEMANDING A BIBLE.
Consternation in City Hull Over a Man Who
A man wanted to receive a bill during
the tail end of the old year, and in swearing
to the amount of the bill before Controller
Morrow, demanded a Bible, and gracious
Agnes, there wasn't one in the shop.
Reed offered him Zola's latest, and Web
ster's best, but the old man couldn't be
looled, and they finally were obliged to dig
the coveted book from beneath a pile of
Sundav school tracts, and the old man
kissed "it for $S 26 worth.
Death of a Dnqaesne Gray Tetcran.
At his home in Mt. Washington yester
day morning WiUiam F. Reams, a member
of the Duquesne Greys, Company H,
Twelfth Regiment, during the war, and
since the rebellion enrolled in Post 3, G. A.
R., died of hemorrhages. He had many ac
quaintances ana friends, and his old soldier
comrades will attend his funeral.
That our reputation of having the cleanest
stock in the city be sustained, and to make
room for the early spring importations, we
have reduced prices in every department,
the opportunities we offer for the next two
weeks to secure a genuine bargain should
not be neglected.
In our cloak department we have an ele
gant line to select from in long and short
wraps, jackets, seal and plush garments,
shawls, etc., etc., which will be offered
at abont half price. These are not simply
high-priced goods marked down, but were
considered good value at original prices.
The cheapest line of dress goods in the
city. English checks from 12J4c (were 25c)
per yard up to Si 50, to which price we have
reduced those West of England suitings
which were 52 50 and S3 per yard.
Black goods in great variety of weaves,
both staple and fancy, silk warp and all
wool, at very much lower prices than ever
Black and colored silks, ol which we have
a complete line of the best makes, also
marked down. Ourl black silk was 51 25,
the 51 25 was $1 50 from these to highest
priced, all reduced from 15 to 25 per cer c
A special bargain in black faille Franchise
at 51 50, which heretofore sold lor 52 per
Bargains in table linens, towels, napkins,
scarfs, lunch cloths, etc, etc
Fifth avenue andMarkct street,
UVfFSU Pittsburg, Pa.
Another Victory for tho Ideal.
The American Institute of New York has
just awarded the medal of excellence (o the
Ideal Felt Tooth Polisher, manufactured by
the well-known Horsey Manufacturing
Company of TJtica, the judges of award
being t)rs. Davenport, Woodward and
Miller, three of the most prominent dentists
in New York City. The growing reputa
tion of this article of hygiene of the teeth is
now reflecling great credit upon the manu
facturers, not only throughout our own
country, but in many foreign lands, where
its successful introduction has been effected,
and from which the most favorable profes
sional comment is received.
Onr January Sale Broadcloth Bargains.
Fine quality 44-inch at 50 cents; fine
French at 75c. 90c, 51 23, 51 50, $2 00 and
2 50 a yard. You won't find as large an
assortment of colors nor as finely finished
goods at these prices anywhere.
JOS. HOB2TE & COS
Penn Avenue Stores.
In fine plush sacqucs, modjeskas, new
markets, cloth jackets, jerseys and children's
wraps; also winter dressgoods, cashmeres,
Henriettas, serges, wool plaids, broadcloths
and combination suitings at greatly reduced
prices, before our annual stocktaking.
H. J. Lynch's,
wssu 438 and 440 Market street.
Pittsburg laboring men stand well to the
front in labor organizations and in other
schemes lor the protection of wages. One of
the most prominent of these is Accident
Insurance, and one of the leading companies
in Pittsburg is the National Benefit Associa
tion of Indianapolis. J. T. Cunningham,
agent, 51 Lewis Block.
OCR incomparable black silk is positive
ly the purest and best in the market, and
not more expensive than other makes not so
reliable; prices range from 1 50 to 53 per
yard. Hugus & Hacke.
Is progressive in policy, liberal in manage
ment, thorough and practical in instruction,
popular in methodsand successful in results.
Winter term begins January 2, 1889. D
Onr Jan nary Sale SI Fancy Velvets at 50e.
Not trashy, but fine, 'stylish colorings.
Also great mark downs in finer goods, at $1
and S2 a yard. Come and see these.
JOS. HOKNE & CO.'S
Penn avenue Stores.
Ikon Citt Flour, manufactured by
Whitmyre & Co., Thirty-eighth st, Pitts
burg, is certainly the best flour made. Every
housekeeper that uses it is delighted with
the nice white bread it produces. Ask for
:t from your grocer, and take no other.
Many handsome designs in fine French
flannels from 35c to $1 per yard.
hwfsu Huaus & Hacke.
A 500 FREE LUNCH.
Dlarrels ia Eatables at the Dnqaesne Hotel
Other Hotels and Resorts Take Caro
of Their Patrons.
The climax of free lunches hss been
reached in this city, and last night, on the
first evening of the New Year, a lunch cost
ing nearly $500 was presented to the de
lighted patrons of the Duquesne Hotel.
This phenomonal spread was prepared
under the direction of Charles Weingartner,
Superintendent, who prepared with his own
clever hands the," piece de resistance
of the evening, a splendid natural
representation of the famous St. Gotthardt's
tunnel, of Switzerland. The device was ap
parently a marvel of Rnow and ice, with
trees and lakes, lifelike deer, cows, human
beings, and an engine and train emerging
from a gloomy tunnel. The delighted guests
would not believe until they had tasted,
that it all was made of cakes, bread, candies,
sugar and stearine. Then there were splen
did vistas of greens and salads garnishing
such toothsome delicacies as espic of
shrimp, au surprise of tenderloin au Belle
vue, turkey a la choisy, salmon decorse a la
royal et beurre du Montebello, besides tons
of plain dishes that caught the gang, snch
as ham, herring, chicken and lobster salads,
croquettes, New Year's cakes and Yankee
Last but not least, and the crowning glory
of all was a tender, uentle suckling pig,
done to a. turn, and looking so life-like that
more than one well-known gentleman
turned from four fingers of McKims to gaze
in open-mouthed amazement and wonder if
he had 'em. The best known legal, profes
sional and financial men of this city stood
about the festal board and enjoyed this
prince of luncheons, while seven full dressed
waiters hurried in duplicates of every piece
asthey rapidly went the way of all mortal
Mr. Weingartner is the owner of the
American Hotel in Enon Valley, Pa. He
has consented, however, to take charge of
the cuisine of the Duquesne in the place of
Schlosser, and it was the opinion yesterday-
that even Prince Schlosser could prepare no
such spread as that where everything -from
truffles to fish, and fish to truffles, was just
At the other hotels, and in fact at all
well-known resorts about the city, esp cial
attention was paid to that distinctly Amer
ican, and distinctly enjoyable institution,
the free, lnnch, and whether it is the fault
of the lnnch, or the fault of the New Year,
the effect was the same, and the receipts for
yesterday far exceeded those of any day in
A great popular demonstration the
rush of the people after Salvation Oil.
rricc 25 cents.
Wednesday New Stock Muslin Underwear.
Well made, plain and neatly trimmed
garments, carelullymade; also in finest lace
trimmed hand-made goods.
Jos. Hosne & Co.'s,
Penn Avenue Stores.
Our extensive lines of dress goods have
all been marked down; the benefit will he
yours by attending our cleaning up sale
this and'next week.
mwtsu Hugus & Hacke.
In ladies', gents' and children's scarlet,
merino, camel's hair and natural wool un
derweaa, to close balance of stock before our
annnal inventory. H. J. Lynch's,
wssu 438 and 440 Market street.
Onr Jannnry Sail: IG-Inch Wool Cash
meres. Atj58c a bargain at 75c. This is the place
for dress goods at lowest prices, and good
goods at that. Jos. Hokne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Mechanical drawing taught at even
ing sessions of Duff's College, 49 Filth ave
nue. Costume plushes, choice colorings, 22
inches iu width; were $1 SO and 1 75, re
duced to 51 25 per yard.
mwfsiu Hugus & Hacke.
Whitmyke & Co.'s Iron City Flour.
Best in the market.
Short hand taught at evening sessions of
Duff's College, 49 Fifth avenue.
FUNERAL OF BRO. HARRY McCORD,
of Hazel Glen Council, 20S, Jr O. U. A.
M., will take place from his late residence at
Glenwood, WEDNESDAY at 1 o'clock r. Jr.
Interment at Rivcrton Cemetery. Members
ot sister councils are requested to attend.
THE MEMBERS OP EXCELSIOR LODGE
No. 36. A. O. U. W., will meet at their hall
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, at 1 o'clock
"sharp," to attend the funeral of Brother H.
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 M. L. SPIELMAN, Recorder.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OK THE
stockholders of the Jlonongahela Naviga
tion Company will be held on THURSDAY,
Januarv 10. 1889, at the office of the company,
No. 1M Grant street, Pittsburg, Pa., at 2 o'clock
P. 11., for the election of officers and managers
of tJe company for the ensuing year and other
business. W. BAKEWELL, Secretary.
Pittsburg, December 19, lb.s&
rOTY SAVINGS BANK OK PITTSBURG,
j Pa.. December 31. ISSi-The annual elec
tion for directors of this bank will be held at
the nankins house. Sixth ave. and Smithfield
St., on Tuesday, January 8, 1SS9, between the
hours nf 11 A. M. and 1 P. M.
jal-69 JOHN W. TAsYLOR, Cashier.
ELECTION NOTICE -REAL ESTATE
Loan and Trust Co The annual election
for nine directors of the hank will be held at
the banking house, cor. Ohio and Middle
sts., January 8, 18S9, between tho hours of 10
o'clock A. M., and 1 o'clock p. ji. C.
SCHAUER, Jr.. Cashier. de3M0
FlEST NATIONAL BANK. PITTSBURG. PA., I
Pittsburg, December 10, 1S8S.
ELECTION-THE ANNUAL ELECTION
for nine Directors of the bank will be held
at the banking house, corner of Wood street
and Fifth avenue. January & 18S9, between'the
hours of 11 o'clock A. M. and 1 o'clock P. jr.
dell-lOT-D J. D. SCULLY, Cashier.
Office Columbia Oil Co., I
Pittsburg. December 28, 1SSS.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Columbia Oil Co. will
be held at No. 514 Market st. on THURSDAY,
January 10, 18S9, at 11 o'clock A. M., for the
election of directors and for the transaction of
such business as mav be presented.
dc2S-17-D A. P. McGREW, Secretary.
Mason-ic Bank, t I
Pittsburg, Pa., December 31. 1SS8. i
ELECTION-THE ANNUAL ELECTION
for directors of this bank, to serve for the
ensuing vear, will be held at tha banking house
on TUESDAY, JANUARY, 8. 18S9, between
the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 1 o'clock P. M.
jal-67-D CHAS. B. McLEAN, Cashier.
Pittsburg, December 31. 1SSS. t
ELECTION-THE ANNUAL ELECTION
for twelve directors of tho bank will no
held at the banking house, cornerof Butlerand
Forty-third streets, on WEDNESDAY, JANU
ARY 9, 1889, between the hours of 11 a. m. and
lP.M. . W. & WILLIAMS, Cashier.
Office of Ben Franklin Insurance Co.,
43 Ohio Street, Allegheny, Pa..
January L 1SS9.
ELECTION.-THE ANNUAL ELECTION
of directors of this company, to serve dur
ing the ensuing year, will be held in the office
ot the company on MONDAY, January It, 1SS9,
between the hours of 10 A. M. and 2 p. m. WM.
A FORD, Secretary. ja239-D
MONONGAHELA CONNECTING R. R. CO.
Pittsburg, Dei-ember 29. 18S8. (
ELECTION-THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the stockholders of this company will be
held at their general office, corner Third avenue
and Try street, Pittsburg, on MONDAY. Janu
ary 14, 18S9. at 2 o'clock p. m., for the election of
a President and Board of Directors to serve for
the ensuing year, and for transacting such other
Business as may ne oroucnt oeioretne meeting.
JAMES UUGHLIK, JR., Secretary.
$ Display advertisements one dollar prr
square for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, etc, ten centi per line or each inser
tion, and none taken for less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at tho following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient ad vertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with The DIS
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 33o9 Butler street.
EMIL G. STUCKEY, 2ttU street and Penn ave.
E. O. STUCKEY & CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton St.
N. STOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market Uonse.
'J. TV. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTElt & SIIElliLEIt.Sthav. & Atwood St.
JACOB SPOHN, No. 2 Carson street.
CHAS. 8CHWABM, 1707 Carson stret.
A. J. KAEKCHEU, 59 Federal street.
McBRIDE BKOS.. Federal and Ohio streets.
FKED II. EGGEK& 172 Ohio street.
F. 1L EGGEKS&SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENKY. Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PEltKY M. GLEIM, Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
-TTT-ANTED-A GOOD MAN TOTAKECHAKGE
V or stable and tend horses. Call at No. 167
LELAND AVE. Ja5-80
WANTED-A 1SAKEU TO TAKE CHAKGE;
to a good man Rood wages will be paid. Ad
dress H. S., Dispatch office. Ja2-79
WANTED-JANlTOBMUST HAVE GOOD
city reference. Applv, between 11 and 12
o'clock, KOOM 31, Dispatch building. Diamond st.
Wanted-elevator boy-must have
good cltv references. Apply, between 12
and lorclock, 11001131, Dispatch buildlnc. Dia
mond st. Ja2-51
TT7"ANTEI,-AT ONCE-SHEAK5IAN, USED
V to khearlns skein hlsnfcs snd slispes. Ap
ply SCOTTDALE IRON AND bTEEL CO., L'TD.,
Scottdalc. 1'a. J2-8J
WANTED-FIVE MEN TO CANVASS: WILL
pay salary or commission. Inquire or T.
it. DUNN, at A. Patterson's office, Bouthendof
Slonongahcla bridge. Jai-73
"TTTANTED ONE GOOD EXPERIENCED
T t wood turner; also a man that can work a
spoke machine. Apply JOHN HOLT, Negley P.
O., Allegheny Co., Pa. 1a3-66
WANTED-MACHINISTS AT ONCEONEN
GINEand mill work at ANCIIOP. FOUN
DRV AND MACHINE WORKS, 41 Penn ave.;
none but first-class men need apply. Jal-03
WANTED-YOUNG MAN, AGED 24. WISHES
to learn a trade: is quick and intelligent,
and would be willing to sign agreement fori
years. Address G., Dispatch office. Jai-53
XTTANTED-AGENTS 175 A MONTH AND
V V expenses paid any person to sell our goods.
No capital: salary monthly: particulars .free.
STANDARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston.
WANTED AGENTS TO SELL ' CLINE'S
foot heaters and patent fuel for carriages,
wagons, etc. : sells at sight. Innnlre after 3 P. M.,
WM. SEMPLE, JR., 1M Federal St., Allegheny,
-TTTANTED-AGENTS TO SELL A RAI'IDLY
V selling book; (ISO commission allowed on
?300 book; experienced men wanted. Address,
ttating experience, etc., SPENCER, box IOCS,
Pittsburg, Pa. Ja2-36-WS
WANTED- FOUNDRY FOREMAN EXPERI
ENCED In all details In the manufacture or
rolls and Ingot molds. Address, with full particu
lars, saiarv expected, to FOUNDRY. careMessrs.
White & McLure, Penn building, Pittsburg.
-TTJ-ANTED FOUNDRY FOREMAN-MUST
V be an active, progressive man. familiar with
economical management in heavy work mainly:
references as to sobriety and ability required. Ad
dress S. H. PAEVLV3 SONS, Cincinnati, O.
TTANTED-FOR THE UNITED STATES
V army, cavalry, artillery and infantry,
able-bodied unmarried men betwn the agesoi
21 and 33 vcars; good pay, rations, clothing and
medical attendance. Apply at NO. 915 PENN
AVENUE, Pittsburg, Pa. oc4-166-wsu
TTANTED-PHYSIOIAN TO LOCATE: MUST
V 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 3.) per dav. For particulars address BOX
73, Renfrew, Butler county, Pa. Jal-8
WANTED-MAN TO TAXE TnE AGENCY
of our safes: size 28x13x18 Inches: weight
600 lbs. ; retail price S5: other sizes In proportion.
A rare chance and permanent business. These
safes meet a demand never before supplied by
other safe companies, as we are not governed by
thesafcpooi. ALP1NESAFECO., Cincinnati, O.
WANTED AGENTS TO HANDLE THE
new patent Ink Erasing pencil; greatest
novelty ecr produced: erases Ink In two seconds,
no abrasion of paper; ICO to 500 percent profit;
one agents sales amounted to ?CT, 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 fnll particulars,
address, the manufacturers, J.W. SKINNER
CO., Onalaska, Wis. Jal-57
WANTED-A THOROUGHLY FIRST-CLASS
man to assist our Pittsburg salesmen In so
liciting orders for lubricating oils among the 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 need apply; good salary paid and
permanent position to the right person; opportu
nity for peroonal Interview to suitable applicants
at Pittsburg. Address, giving age. previous bus
iness experience ana reierences, vauuujiuiL
CO., Rochester, N. Y.
-TTJANTED-GIUL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
work. Apply ALLEGHENY GENERAL
-TTTANTED A WOMAN FOR COOK WITH
V reference. J. S. ATTERBUEY, 154 North
avenue, Allegheny City. Ja2-38
VV VERANCE, not under 25, to All lucrative
position: Ss weekly: Increase if suitable. Call after
9. E. W. WALKER & CO., 55 Ninth St. Ja2-43
WANTED-A LADY TO ATTEND IN THE
office In the best photo gallery in twocltles:
must be well acquainted In the cities and come
highly recommended, be pleasing and aBableln
address and be a good penman: to snch, a good
salary and steady position is ofiered. Address at
once, giving reference, etc., PHOTO GALLERY,
Dispatch office. Ja2-83
Klalc and Female flcln.
WANTED ONE EXPERIENCED DINING
room girl and one bell boy, at BOLEY'S
HOTEL, 31 to 33 Diamond, city. Ja2-5I
ER, Catholic preferred; pastry cook, 100
house girls, 40 cooks,10 chambermaids, nurse girls,
hotel chambermaid and waiters. MRS. MEE
HAN, 545 Grant St. de31-D
WANTED -LIVE MEN AND WOMEN TO
engage in an easy, paying business at home:
can work daytime or evening and make 50c to fi
per hour; sure thing; sample and complete In
structions sent free. Address, WORLD SUPPLY
CO.. Rutland, Vt. dc30-118
WANTED-BY A WIDOW WITH HOSI'lTAL
experience-position with plivslclan or as
companion and nurse for an invalid; best of refer
ence. Address L. M Dispatch office. Ja2-35
Boarders and Lodgers.
-TTTA.NTED-A COUPLE OR TWO GENTLE
V MENtooccupy a third story front room,
with or without first-class board, on Penn avenue,
below Sixth. Address G. W., Dispatch office.
-TTTANTED-AN ACTIVE AND CAPABLE
V business man to take an Interest in, and
fill position of Secretary in a Urge manufacturing
concern, in a manulacuiring city in Ohio, on line
ot railroad; business well established and pros
perous: to a first-class man this Is a fine opening.
Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.. 129
Fourth avcuue, Pittsburg. Ja.l-97-D
Rooms, nonses. Etc
-TTTANTED-TO RENT-A HOUSE OF SEVEN
TY rooms with large yard: convenient to P. R.
R. or cable road. Address IS. D., Dispatch office.
WANTED-TO UUY CHEAP FOR CASH,
bouse of 5 to 8 rooms In Second. Third, Fifth
or Sixth wards: Allegheny preferred. THOS.
BAILEY, Box 84, Pittsburg. Ja2-70
WANTED-BY APRIL I, SHOWROOM ON
firtt floor on good business street; would
rent one-half of large room with first-class party.
Address SHOWROOM, Dispatch office. de7-f33
-TTTANTED-FROPERTY OF ALL KINDS TO
V sell, houses to rent, rents and accounts to
collect: personal attcntionand prompt settlements
guaranteed. THOS. MCCAFFREY, Notajy Pub
lic, 3509 Butler street. fel2-klS-v
WANTED-TO LOAN pOO.000 ON MOET
GAGES;S100 and upward at 6 per cent;
$500,000 at 4)4 per cent on residences or business
property: also in adjoining counties. S. II.
FREN CH, 125 Fourth avenue. oc31-eS4-D
WANTED-MOKTGAGES-11. 000,000 TO LOAN
on city and suburban properties at 4K, 5and
6 per cent, and on larms in Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 5 per cent: no money loaned out
of Pennsylvania. 1. M. PENNOCK A HON, 105
Fourth avenue. ap7-f4t
WANTED-HOUSES TO RENT AND RENTS
to collect in both cities. v We give special
attention to repairs, taxes, insurance and man
agement of oropertlesl Itemized accounts, inonth
lysettlementi. PITTSBUKG CO., Llm., 138 Fifth
avenue, Real Estate and Insurance. Jal-94-D
TTA.NTED-HOUSES TO RENT AND RENTS
YV to collect. A. H. LESLIE, Forty-second
and Butler sts. de31-15
tTJANTED-TO LOAN 175,000 ON IMPROVED
W city and farm property. LASHELL 4
RANKIN, S7 Fourth ave no23-u74-MWT
"TTTANTED WE HAVE 85,000 TO LOAN FOR
TV long or short time at 5 per cent. D. P.
THOMAS & CO., 408 Grant St. nol4-o73
"TTJANTED-RENTS TO COLLECT; MONTH-
VV LY settlement with itemized statement.
BLACK BAIKD. 95 Fourth avenue. a2S-aSM
in Bums to suit, at AM, 5 and 6 per cent.
GRAEBING &. LYON, 135 Fourth aTe. apS-el-D
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over $4,000; i per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER 4 CO., 92 Fourth avenue.
TTXANTED MORTGAGES-WE ARE PRE
VV PARED to loan from MOO to 100,0CO at from
45 to 6 per cent. JaS. W. DRAPE & CO.. 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. Jal-77-D
WANTED-MORTGAGES. MORTGAGES. ON
city or suburban Improved real estate, In
sums oftJOO to (20,000 and upward, at lowest rates.
ALEXANDER & LEE, 313 Wood St. de29-83-D
"fTTANTED-GOOD MORTGAGES FOR ANY
T V amount; lowest rates or Interest and oom mis
sion. PITTSBURG CO.. LIMITED, Real Estate
and Insurance, 133 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY IN SUMS
from ?S00 to K0. 000 at 4 to B per cent, ac
cording to size and kind of mortgage: no delay if
the title Is good. W. A. HERRON & SONS. 80
Fourth ave. Ja2-42-2,5.8.12,15.l9,22,28,29
"TTJANTED-TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
Y V of (3, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on AH per cent, free oftax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK & BAIKD,
95 Fourth avenue. sen-d26-p
"TTTANTED-FURCHAS ER FOR PROSPEHO US
YV country paper, within 40 miles of Pittsburg;
will be sold at a bargain, on acconnt oi Ill-health
of proprietor. Address W., Dispatch office.
"TTTANTED-EVEKYBODY TO KNOW THAT
V V H. Terheyden has laid In a large stock of
American watches, gold and silver, that he can
sell as low as the lowest; remember the place.
HENRY TERHEYDEN, SJO Smithfield St.
TTJANTED-TO INFORM OUR STUDENTS
TT and ladles wishing to learn dressmaking
and cnttlng that GARNIER'S SCHOOL, 25 Sixth
ave. has reopened after the holiday vacation.
Ladles wishing to attend this term should call at
once. , ja2-63
"TTJANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
VV TOGRAPHER, 98 Firth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that be is making fine cabinets at 1 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous process. mh!3-k27
WANTED-BY ALL-HOLIDAY BARGAINS
in finely ornamented watches, diamonds,
silverware, jewelry, clocks, bronzes, gold pens,
spectacles, etc: Rogers' knives and forks Si 75 per
set; goods on monthly payments. MITSCU,
the Jeweler, 130 Federal St., Allegheny.
FOR SALE WEBSTER AVE BRIC K
house, 4 rooms and storeroom; lot 2)x70;
cheap. J. R. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave.
FORSALE-DAVISST.-NEW BRICK HOUSE,
Grooms, finished attic, hall, vestibule, marble
mantels, good cellar, nat. and art. gas: lot 20x94:
cheap and terms easy. J. H. COOPER & CO.. 107
Fourth ave. Jal-16-TUWTbs
FOESALE-MT. WASHINGTON, ON GRAND
VIEW ave. 82,500: must be soldatonce;frame
dwelling, 6 rooms, haU, nat. gas. city water, con
venient to incline: lot 42)x160. J. It. COOPER &
CO., 107 Fourth ave. Jal-16-TUWThS
FOR SALE-CORNER WYLIE AVENUE AND
Caramel alley. Thirteenth ward, a neat
2-story brick dwelling of 5 rooms and finished
attic; lot 31x80 feet; low price and easy terms. In
quire at GERMANIA SAVINGS BANK, 423
Wood street. de6-198-ws
FORSALE-MT. WASHINGTON, ONLY 83,500,
two squares from Incline, almost new
frame dwelling, 7 rooms, hall, good cellar, nicely
furnished and papered; shade trees: fine river
view; lot 35x293; a great bargain. J. R. COOPER
CO., 107 Fourth ave. Jal-16-TuWThs
East End Residences.
FOR SALE-SEVERAL FINE RESIDENCES,
on line of Fifth avenue cable cars, at Oak
land and East End, or between Oakland and city.
THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-STANTON AVENUE. GOOD LO
CATION, a new brick and frame dwelling,
9 rooms, fine hall, bath, laundry, porches, etc.:
also stable and carriage house: price low, If sold
quick. SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth
FOR SALE-A NEAT NEW HOUSE IN THE
East End, C rooms, reception hall, attic, nat
ural gas. Inside shutters, etc.; corner lot: a few
fruit trees thereon; immediate possession: small
Savment down, balance to suit. JAS.W.DRAPE
CO., 129 Fourth avenue. Plttsbnrg. Jal-97
OR SALE-PENN AVE., BRUSHTON STA
TION, new nressed brick dwelllncr of 15
rooms: hard wood finish, slate mantels, with Im
proved firpplaces, laundry with cemented floor;
exceptionally low priced; terms to suit; Immedi
ate possession. SeoJNO. F.BAXTER, Agt., 512
Smithfield st. ( de30-CO-wssu
FOR SALE-WISHING TO DIVIDE A HOME
STEAD property we will sell a lot 75x150.
on which Is situated a large mansion, the original
cost alone being $13,000, surrounded with beauti
ful fruit and shade trees; corner lot; If bought
this week only 8.000: 3 minutes from cable road.
HART A WILKINSON, Germania building, 419
Wood st. Ja2-84
FOR SALE-EAST END RESIDENCE PROP
ERTY: rooms spacious aud luxurious
throughout: all the modern requirements: natural
gas, bath and lavatory; wide porch in front,
commodious hall In center: dry cellar; copious
flow of water: large lot; shade and fruit trees and
shrubberv. Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE
& CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. Jal-97
FOR SALEA. VERY GOOD BKICK DWELL
ING on Arch street, Allegheny; a most new,
and having complete modern conveniences; near
street cars and parks. JAS.W.DRAPE & CO.,
129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. Jal-97-D
FOR SALE-A BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE ON
North avenue, Allegheny, having full view
of parks; almost nen and possessing every neces
sary appliance, and In elegant order throughout:
one ot the most unique and perfect residences in
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. Jil-97
FOR SALE AT NEW GALILEE," PA.. A
large ten-room frame house, with basement
kitchen, washhouse, coal house and other neces
sary outbuildings; lot 100x150; well goudwator:
verv pleasantly located on lineofP.Ft. W.AC, and
P. II. AC. U. R.'s.; price, 11,500. Particulars
from GEO. W. PYLE, New Galilee. Pa. Jal-58-D
FOR SALE-ACT QUICK-OVER 6 ACRES
within city limits: price only JS, 000, If sold
this week. BLACK ABA1UD, No. 93Fourth ave.
OR SALE BROWNSVILLE AVENUE -5
lots, very desirable and cheap; also, 2 lots on
Beulah st. with frame bouses; a great bargain.
PITI-SBURO CO., LIMITED. Real Estate and In
surance, 133 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.
East End Lots.
OK SALE-ON HOWE ST.. E. E., NEAR
koud: lot. 20x133: hoo. tuos. liggett. im
Fourth ate. de30-51-jiWFSSu
FOR SALE-ON FIFTH AVE.. SHADYSIDE;
3 fine lots, ICOxISO each. For further pn rtlcu
lars call on or address THOS. LIGGETT, 114
Fourth ave. de30-5I-jiWF8SU
FOB SALE-ON PENN AVE., E. E.; LOT,
104x200; running back to a street: on line of
Penn ave. cable cars. THOS. L1UGETT, 114
Fourth ave, de30-51-MWFSSn
FOR SALE-2 ACHES OF GROUND IN THE
East End; 4 minutes' walk from railroad sta
tion; all nice and level'and well suited to lay out
In building lots: there Is a bargain In this. Terms
from JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth avenue,
FOR SALE-FINE BUILDING LOTS AT HA
ZELWOOD, B. A O. R. R., Twenty-third
ward: trains run to station In 10 to 12 minutes;
price II V) to (300: terms made to suit purchasers.
B. McCRICKART, new No. 1010 Penn avenue.
FOR SALE-A CHOICE BUILDING LOT, 20X
110, to a paved alley, on llucna Vista street,
Allegheny. West Side, just above tho park. Ad
dress BUENA VISTA, Dispatch office. Jal-25
FOR- SALE W1LKINSBURG LOTS, LOTS,
lots; Omlnntcs from station: finest lots iu Hie
borough; 52x120 feet each; streets sewered and
macadamized: board walk from station: natural
gas, etc. ; very low prices and terms to suit. J. R.
COOPER A CO., 107 Fourth ave. Jal-16-TuWTlis
FOR SALE-SEVERAL FINE MANUFACTUR
ING sites, convenient to railroad and river:
very desirable locations. THOS. LIGGETT, 114
Fourth ave. de30-52-MWThSSu
Machinery and Metals.
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles, kept In stock,
lrom4 tolOOh. p.; all refitted: good as new, at
lowest prices; mounted portable engines, 8 to 25
h. p. 23-25 Park way. J. S. KOUNG, Allegheny,
FOR SALE 28x48 CORLISS ENGINE: ONLY
run a year: can be seen In operation: price
on application; also a new strange Co. stave ma
chine, all complete; capacity 10,000 In in hours;
wllUellat low figure. J. A. MCCORMICK. 150
First ave. aul-p32-MWT
OR SALE-LARGE STOCK OF ENGINES,
boilers, clay and oro nans, crashers, hoisting
engines, wire rope, ateel hoisting tabs, T rails and
contractors' machinery, slieari, mill machinery,
etc THOMAS CAKLIN'S SONS, corner Lacock
and Sandusky sts., Allegheny. seU-uwr
' FOR SALE.
FOR SALE-GARDEN TRUCK FARM AT
Sbsrpsburg known as "Nnlett Farm." over
9 acres: frame dwelling, stable, etc. ALLES A
BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Telephone 167.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock. &c
FORSALE-S30, HORSE, GOOD SPRING WA
GON and harness: horse 7 years old, weighs
1.400 pound.; sound In every respect. Address
BARE CHANCE, Dispatch office. Ja2-31
FOR SALE-A PURE ALDERNEY BULL ONE
and a half years old: fawn color: perfectly
anlet. Inquire JAMES GALLAGHER, between
reenwood and Locust St., Fifth ward, Allegheny
FOR SALE-FOR 5;000 CASH-LARGE LOT
and 10-roomcd brick house, with store and
stable, Washington St., Pittsburg. AMERICAN
TRUST CO., 5U4 and 503 Smithfield St. Ja2-C9
FOR SALE-CIGAR STORE AND FACTOR!"
on Firth ave., near the Court House. Includ
ing stocK,3 show cases, molds, press, leaftobacco,
etc.; S509 cash. THOS. LIGUETT.1I4 Fourth ave.
OR SALE-ONE-HALF INTEREST IN A
woolen mill and broom factory In one of the
best towns In Western Pennsylvania: ihe only
business of the kind In county: rally equipped and
doing well. JAS. V DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. jal-97
OR SALE-EXTENSIVE COAL WORKS:
good paying small city hotel: 40 city and
conntry stores: 10 drug stores; tea store, shoe
stores, drygoods and notion stores, boarding
bouses: information free and Interviews confiden
tial. SHEPAP.D A CO.. 54 Fifth avenue. del8
FOR SALE-A GENTS' FURNISHING AND
clothing business In a growing town on line
of two railroads, abont 60 miles from Pittsburg;
stock Is in good condition: business prosperous;
satisfactory reasons ror selling. Particulars from
JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pitts
FOR BALE AN OLD-ESTABLISHED COUN
TRY store, with general stock of drygoods,
carpets, groceries; one of the best country towns
In the State, on lino of two railroads: a corner
property : the finest stand and the leading store In
the placebuslness runs about ?3,000 a month and
all safe: has always made money. JAS.W.DRAPE
A CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. jal-97
FOR SALE-A ONE-THIRD, INTEREST IN A
large wholesale and retail bouse on one of
the best, streets in the city: an old-established
concern and In good financial standing; profits
last year, 825,000; It has 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 avenne,
FOR SALE-LOOK! LOOKI-NOW IS THE
time If yon want a choice bargain; call on
Hart A Wilkinson, 410 Wood st. We have a great
many properties which we only offer privately.
lUst End homes at 82.000. $3,000, 1 1,000. S3, 00(1 1, 500,
S7,0i 0, 8.500, 10,000. Ii2,5O0 and np to SI25.000; each
on line of cable road. HART A WILKINSON,
Buyers and Sellers or Real Estate, 419 Wood st.
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE ON PENN AVE.
aud Butlerand adjoining streets: call or send
for immense list of houses and lots or sale: the
Butler st. and Penn ave. cable line commence op
erations on or before Dec. 15, fare only 5 cents to
Allegheny Cemetery gateon Penn ave., 7 cents to
East Liberty: this Is official; now U the time to
buy yourself a home, as property in this neighbor
hood is sure to an vanceaftercablnllne Is running.
Be sure and see THOS. MCCAFFREY, the leading
agent, 3509 Butler St., bciore purchasing: oflice
open evenings: telephone; 1641-2. no27-y49-wa
TO LET-JOHNS STREET, THIRTEENTH
ward, 3 new brick dwellings, 7 rooms, hall,
vestibule, both gases, verr desirable and cheap.
PITTSBURG CO., Limited, Real Estate and In
surance, 138 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg. Pa.
TO LET-A NEW FURNISHED DWELLING
in Alleghenx near parka and cars; furni
ture, carpets, etc.. all quite new and very nice;
complete modern conveniences; will rent only to
a small family without children: Immediate pos
session. Apply to JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129
Fourth avenue; Pittsburg. jal-3
TO LET FINE MANUFACTURING SITE
strong power, good light and ventilation,
line of shafting in each room, power elevator,
etc: rooms on ground floor, 24x94 ft. and 50x80 ft.;
on second floor, 24x65 ft. and 35x50 ft., in all about
9.500 square ft. of surface floor: situated for light
or heavy manufacturing. Above rooms, with
Eower, are situated In tbe building known as the
has. B. Head Bolt Works, corner Grant avenne
and Boquet St., Allegheny. Inquire on the
premises of MIS. FRED ESHELLMAN, Manager
of the Allegheny Wood Carving Company.
Offices. Desk Room, etc
IO LET-IN THE BICCANCE BLOCK,
Smithfield. Llbcrtr and Seventh avenue.
well-lighted offices, each room fronting on a prin
cipal street; passenger and merchandise eleva
IO LET-(99-REDUCED RENTS: OFFICES IN
Eisner building. Fifth ave. and Wood St.:
finest location In city: large, light rooms: janitor
service and steam heat free.
BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth ave.
TO LET-NEW OFFICES: SPLENDID LIGHT.
The Germania Savings Bank. 423 Wood St.,
having changed the interior of Its building, by
adding 15 large, alrv and well-lighted offices, with
all modern conveniences, elevator, etc., oiler the
same for rent at reasonable terms. Parties desir
ing a fine location should apply at once at the
TO LET-A LARGE STOREROOM WITH
cellar, on Penn avenue, between Sixth and
Eleventh streets. Apply to H. D.MASON, corner
Eleventh and Pike streets. de20-S7
PERSONAL-NEW BOOKS! NEW BOOKS!
come and seel come and seel good editions
low prices. LEVI'S BOOK. STORE. 900 Liberty
St. n 04-13
PERSONAL--A GKA1ND SCHEME AFLOAT
if I cancnllstasufficicnt number of my friends
and the public: nothing more or less than taking
vour 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 shall
be pleased to see you at my rooms, 65 Fifth ave.,
second floor. JAMES DICKSON, Tailor: tele
phone 15JS. anlG-n87-D
LOST-A LADIES' GOLDKNOTBREASTPIN,
with diamond and sapphire setting. Finder
will be rewarded by leaving it at O. W. BIGGS',
N o. 601 Smithfield st. ja2-G2
T OST-A FOX TERRIER, WHITE. EXCE1T
XJ face, halfblack; John S.Ford name on collar;
suitable reward will be paid by returning to P.
PRESTON. Penn avenue, near Lang, East End.
DIVIDEND-REAL ESTATE LOAN AND
Trust Co, have this day declared a divi-
dend of 3 per cent.,'ont of tho last 6 mos.
earnings, pavable on and after Januarv 10,
1889. C. SCHAUER, Jr.. Cashier. de31-H
PrrrsBURO, December 31. 1888. t
BIVIDEND-THE DIRECTORS OF THIS
bank have this day declared a dividend of
i WO (2) PER CENT out of the earnings of
the last six months, payable forthwith.
jal-61 J. F. STEEL, Cashier.
CITY SAVINGS BANK OF PITTSBURG.
Pa., December 31. 1883.-Tbe directors of
this bank have declared a dividend of FOUR
PER CENTUM on the capital stock, payable
forthwith out of the earnings of the past six
months. J. W. TAYLOR, Cashier.
Mechanics' National Bane,
IVIDEND fllE" BOARD OF DIREC-
' TORS of tBis bank have this day declared
a dividend of FIVE PER CENT out of tho
earnings of the last six months, payable on
Tuesday, January 8. 1889.
jal-28 GEO. J. GORMAN, Cashier.
Duquesxe National Bank, (
Pittsburg, Pa., December 31, 1S88.
D1VIDEND-THE BOARD OF DIREC
TORS of this bank have this dav declared
a dividend of FOUR PER CENTUM out of
the earnings of the last six months, payable on
demand, free of tax. A. H. PATTERSON,
Pittsburg. Pa., December 31, 1888.
THIRTY-SECOND DIVIDEND THE
Board of Directors of this b ink have this
dav declared a dividend of THREE (3) PER
CENT on the capitalstockout of the earnings
of the last sis months, payable on demand.
jal-66-D C. B. McLEAN, Cashier.
Pittsburg. December 31. 1SS8.
DIVIDEND-THE BOARD OF DIRECT
ORS nf this bank have declared a divi
dend of FOUR (4) PER CENT out of the
earnings of tbe last six months, payable forth
with. W. S. WILLIAMS.
ESTATE OF DAVID HOSTETTER, DE
CEASED Notice is hereby given that
letters of administration on tbe estate of David
Hostetter, late of the city of Allegheny, in the
county of Allegheny and State of Pennsylva
nia, deceased,.h.ivo been granted to the under
signed. All persons having claims against the
estate will present them, properly probated,
for payment, and all persons indebted to the
estate will make prompt payment.
D. HERBERT HOSTETTER, Admint'r,
Nos. 59-60 First aveuuc, Plttsbarp, Pa.
November IS. 1888. noll-oSa-wed
UNOAN C. WHITE;
71 Diamond street,
Second door above Smithfield,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS BIDS WILL
be received until Friday. January 4, 188S,
at 2 P. Jf., at tho office of The Brownsville Nat
ural Gas Compan, at Brownsville. Pa., for the
trenching and laying of about (6) six miles of
Privilege reserved of declining all bids if not
Plans and specifications can be seen at the
company's office, Brownsville, Pa.
GEO. W. LEXHAKT,
jal-5I Secretary and Treasurer.
Department of Public Safety, i
PrrTSBUBO, December 31, 18S8. I
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at the oflice of tho City Con
troller until 2 P. M., January 5, 1SS9, for the
printing and binding of 300 copies, more or less.
"Manual Bureau of Fire, etc." Specifications
can be seen at the general oflice of the depart
ment. Bonds in double tUe amount of the con
tract will be required, said bonds to bs probAt
cd before the Mayor or City Clerk. The De
partment of Awards reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids. J. O. BROWN,
jal-85 Chief Department of Public Safety.
PROPOSALS FOR DAMS AND DIKES
U. S. Eneineer Office, Cincinnati, O., Dec
18, 1888. Sealed proposals, in duplicate, for
furnhhins; material and constructing dams
and dikes in the Ohio river, to-wit: a. dam be
tween Davis and Neville Islands, a dam at the
head of Marietta Island, a dike at Eight-Mile
Island, a dike at Bonanza Bar, a dike at Madi
son. IncL, and a dike at Caseyrille, Ky., will be
received at this office until noon, local tune, on
WEDNESDAY, the 30th day of January, 1889,
and then opened. A separate contract wiU be
made for each structure. All information fur
nished on application. The attention of bid
ders is invited to the acts of Congress approved
Feb. 26. 1885, and Feb. 23, 1887. WM. E. MER
RILL, Lieutenant Colonel of Engineers.
Department of Public Safety,
PlTT8BUr.o, Pa.. December 22, 1883.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILLr BE RE
CEIVED at the office of the City Con
troller until Wednesday, January 2. 1889, at 2
o'clock p. M., for tbe excavation and putting in
foundations for the Fourteenth ward police
station. Plans and specifications can be seen
at the office of Gamble Weir. Superintendent
of Police. Probated bonds in donble the
amount will be required. Said bonds to be
Erobated before tbe Mayor or City Clerk. The
lepartment of Awards reserves tho risrhtto
reject any or all bids. J.O.BROWN,
Chief Departments Public Safety.
VfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT. THE
Xl assessments for the opening of the follow
ing named streets and avenues, viz:
Opening of Center avenue, from Soho to
Opening of Negley avenne, from Bryant to
Opening of Greenbusn street, from Wyoming
street to Boggs avenue.
Opening of Bellefonte street, from Fifth
avenue to Walnut street.
Opening of Moultrio street, from Fifth ave
nue to Tustin street.
Opening of Brady street, from Fifth avenne
to Monongahela river.
Opening of Elwood street, from Roup to
Opening of Clinton street, from South
Fifteenth street to McKee's line.
Opening of Cowan street, from Greenbusn to
Opening of Breed street, from Uxar 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 the unpaid assessments,
with interest, cost and fees.
W. C. MORELAND. City Attorney.
Pittsburg, December 29, 1888. de23-78-D
Between John Ommert and Charles Relthel
as John Ommert A Co., 141 Federal St., Alle
gheny, has this day been dissolved by mutual
consent. John Ommert will continue the busi
ness at tbe old stand, to whom all debts of said
firm must be paid. '
Signed. JNO. OMMERT. .
December 29, 1888.
Thanking the public for their liberal patron
age in the past. 1 will endeavor to continue to
give entire satisfaction in the future.
de31-8 JOHN OMMERT.
DISSOLUTION NOTICE NOTICE IS
hereby given that the copartnership here
tofore existing between William P. Greer and
Arthur B. French, under the firm name of
Greer & French, conducting a china and glass
ware bu-iness. at 622 Penn a7enue, city of
Plttsbnrg, has been this day dissolved by lim
itation, Artnna B. French retiring therefrom.
W. P. GREER.
ARTHUR B. FRENCH.
W. P. Greer will continue business at tho old
stand, 622 Penn avenue, opposite Library HalL
Arthur B. French will continue business at 516
Smithfield street, opposite City Hall. ja2-45
DISSOLUTION NOTICE NOTICE IS
hereby given that the co-partnership
heretofore existing between Thos. H. Ward.
P. A. Ward and E. A. Ward, under tho firm
name of Ward Brothers, conducting a livery
business on Thirteenth street, Twenty-eighth
ward, city of Pittsburg, has been this day dis
solved by mutual agreement, Thomas H. Ward
retiring therefrom. Tbe business of said late
firm will hereafter be conducted by E. A.
Ward ci 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.
Pittsburg. Dec 29, 18SS. de30-13
THE REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Carried on by me at 2115 Penn ave., I have this
day transferred to John H. Armstrong; who
has been my snecess nl business for several
years. I heartily recommea him to my former
natrons and the pub ic generally, now.ng that
he'wili give bis Individual attention to all busi
ness placed in his hands.
Jan. L 1SS3.
JOHN H. ARMSTRONG,
Has this day (Jan. 1, 18S9) purchastd and will
carry on the real estate and insurance business
at the old stand 2115 Penn ave., Pittsburg, Pa.
The copartnership of Samuel W. Black &
Co. expired by limitation December 31, 18S8,
James Adair retiring.
Settlements of all accounts will be made by
Samuel W. Black, who will continue the real
estate business as heretofore, at
Ho, 99 Fourth Avenue,
Under' the name and style of
SomuEl WlilBCk 4 Cn.
Pittsburg, January L 1SS9.
Some of the finest rooms In tbe citv for
general business purposes at the New
DisrATcn building. 75, 77 and Til Dia
WELL LIGHTED, well ventilated, with con
venient passenger and freight elevator
SITUATION, the most central in the city,
within a few hundred feet of tbe post
offices, (new and old). City Hall, the new
county buildings. Fifth avenne, Smith
field street and Fourth avenue.
PARTIES requiring power service also sup
plied, with' special quarters and every
ELECTRIC LIGHTING, steam heating and
janitor service included in the rents,
which are moderate.
GREAT advantages and economy in these
new quarters. Apply between 11 A. 31.
and 5 p. Jr. at the
NEW DISPATCH BUILDING,
75. 77 and 79 Diamond street.
Our specialt y
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO.,
09 FOURTH AVE.,
H" CIVIL ENGINEER,
Surveyor, Draughtsman and Designer of
Bridges Roofs and Mill Buildings,
Room 02 Eisner Bnildiner.
del2-kC8-D M FIFTH AVENUE, Plttsbnrg.
Repairing a specialty.
103 THIRD AVE, near Wood st,
Telephone 85L PITTSBUEG, PA.
A SSIGNEES SALE-IN THE MATTER'.a".
XX. or the voluntary assignment oi tne far
mers' and Mechanics' Bans of East Binning- -ham
to J. H. Sorg. H. Berg, Jr., and L. B. Cun
ningham. No. 482 December Term. 1888. And now to
wit, "December a, 1888. the within petition pre-:
sented in open court and the oraver thereof is
granted and it is ordered, adjudged and de- '
creed that tbe property within described be
sold on the premises on the
31st DAY OF JANUARY, A. D., 1889, AT 10
O'CLOCK A. M
And that notice of said sale be given twice X
week in two newspapers, one morning and ons
evening for six weeks prior to said sale, also by
By tbe Court.
Pursuant to the authority given us by the
above order we will expose to public sale on
the premises on
THURSDAY. JANUARY 31, A- D., 18S9, AT
10 O'CLOCK. A. M.,
the followine described property: AH those
TWO CONTIGUOUS LOTS OF GROUND,
each having a width of 20 feet, situate in the
City of Pittsburg, together bounded and de
scribed as follows:
Beginning at the northwesterly comer ol
Carson street and Eighteenth street and run
ning thence along Carson street westwardlr
40 feet; thence northwardly parallel with Eigh
teenth street 120 feet to Wright's alley; thenca
eastwardly along said alley 40 feet to Eighteenth
street; and thence southwardly along Eigh
teenth street 120 feet to the place of begining.
Having erected thereon two three-story build
ings, with mansard; one of which was lately oc
cupied by the said bank; the other is a store
Being the same property which Frederick
Ihrasen, executor, by deed dated September 5.
1871, and recorded in Deed Book, Vol. 339. page
660, conveyed to James McMaster, President
and Trustee of Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank
of East Birmingham.
OF GROUND SITUATE IN THE
OF THE CITY OF
Bounded and described as follows: Beginning'
on the southerly line of Pius street, at a point
6S feet westerly from the western line of land
now or late of Josephine Yard, formerly Jose
phine Ornisby: thence westerly along said Pins
street 31 feet to line of land of St. Michael's
Church, thence along the line of said land' '
southerly 86.70 feet to the northern line of
Gregory street: thence along the lino of said
street easterly 32 feet, more or less, to tho Una
of land ofLeoBIeger. and along tbe line of
said Bieeer's land northwardly 87 feet, more or
les3,"t.o Plus street, the place of beginning.
Whereon is erected a two-story brick dwelling;
house and outbuildings.
ALSO. ALL THAT PIECE OR PARCEL
OF GROUND SITUATE IN THE
OF THE CITY OF
Bounded and described as follows: Beginning
on the line of land now or late of Josephine
Yard, formerly Josephine Ormsby. at the dis
tance of south 11 15-, west 235 14-1U0 feet from
the south line nf Pius street and on south line
of Maple street, continued from Yard's plan;
then-e along said line south 11 15. wesr
202 76-100 to line of land of Bishop Tuigg; thence,
along the same north 75 KlWest 63 feet to line
of land of St. Michael's Church; thence north
9c,47'.'eastl835-10 feet to line of Maple street
aforesaid, and thence by the southern line ot
said street easterly 80 feet, more or less, to
place of beginning, comprising ten building
All the above property, which is susceptible
of division, will be offered first as a whole and
Terms: One-third cash and the 'balance in
one and two years, secured by tight Dond and
mortgage, with 30 days' scire facias clause on
the property sold.
J. H. SORG,
H. BERG. JR..
L. S. CUNNINGHAM,
PUBLIC SALE-FARM OF 90 ACRES, li
miles from Harmarville, W. P. R. R., 12
miles from Allegheny City, known as "Cready
farm:" large orchard: improvements and in ex
cellent condition, will be offered for sale at
auction on the premises, Thursday, January 10,.
18S9, at 11 o'clock A. 3r.
JOSEPH BARTON, HarmarvUle. Pa.
W. J. BARTON, No. 1 Wylle avenue.
eRAND OPERA HOUSE EXTRA.
Week Jan. 7, only matinee Saturday.
nuWET BOOTH, LAWRENCE BARRETT.
Monday JULIUS CSAR
Tuesday night and Saturday matinee
MERCHANT OF VENICE
Wednesday and Friday nights OTHELLO
Saturday night (double bill)
FOOL'S REVENGE and YORICKS LOVE
All presented with new and elaborate scenery,
costumes, armor, properties, etc., and a quin
tet of selected vocalists.
Parq. and 2 rows Parq. Circle. JZS0. balance'
of Parq. Circle. Si Dres Circle, 5 first rows.
S1.50; balance Dress Circle, SL Gallery, 50c
Sale opens Thursday, Jan. 3..
GRAND CENTRAL RINK.
Six-day Ladies' Bicycle Race.
Misses Jesse Oakes. Elsie Von Blnmen. May
Allen. Hattie Lewis. Hilda Suallor.
5 BEAUTIFUL BICYCLEINNES.
EVERY AFTERNOON AT 2 O'CLOCK,
EVERY EVE.VING AT 7 O'CLOCK.
8 HOURS DAILY.
ADMISSION 25 CTS.
RESERVED SEATS 25 CTS. EXTRA.
TO-DAY at 2:10 P.M.
DNLY "RAY" MATINEE.
Next week. "Held By the Enemy.'
THE WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA
BENCH SHOW OF DOGS
Will be held January 23. 30, 31 and February L
GRAND CENTRAL SKATING RINK.
A large list of prizes are offered. Premium
lists ate now readv. Apply to office of So
ciety, Jas. Down & Son, Gun Store. C03 Smith
field street. E. GREGG.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Every evening.regular matinees Wednesday
and Saturday.specialmatinee New Year's D3y.
Donnelly and Glrara in the great New York
success. Natural Gas.
Week January 7 Booth and Barrett deSO-f
ARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY-
To-nicbt. matinees Tuesday. Thursday and
HARRY KERNELL'S NEW COMPANY.
Night prices New Year's matinee. deSO-15
Every afternoon and evening.
THE KIMBALL OPERA COMPANY;
Next week-Light? O'London. de3M9
H.ON. DANIEL DOUGHERTY.
America's Silver-Tongued Orator,
Will lecture on Oratorv at
LAFAYETTE HALL. THURSDAY, JAN. 3,
8 P.sr.. under the auspices of the Columbus Club.
WEEK OF DECEMBER 31.
The only and original CRESCENT CITY
COMBINATION, headed with tbe following
artists: SYMOND3, HUGHES and RASTUS.
Open from 10 A. x. until 10 P. M. de3HZ
Sixth and Libeett Streets.
(Member of the American Society of Pro
fessors of Dancing, New York.)
Tbe second term for ladies and gentlemen
will commence THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, at
8 o'clock p. Jf . For ladies (exclusively) THURS
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. de30-28
.O LET OR FOR SALE
An Elegant. ComiOuions mi fell-
Near Dinwiddie street. Built and finished
in the best style.
Just tbe place, and an admirable chance for
physician, dentist or professional person, the
cable cars bringing 0,000 people to It every
day. Southside, Lawrencevillo and Miners
nllo districts within a few minutes by bridge
and Fort incline plane; Oakland, East Liberty
and the old city quickly accessible by cable
Owing to central situation on main thorough
fare and to new facilities for access, this prop
erty will soon be as desirable for professional
men as Penn avenne formerly was. Apply to
BLACK & BAIRD, Real Estate Agents. 95
Fourth avenue. del3-lGS
"MCKNIGHT & VICTORY.
PLUMBERS, GAS AND STEA1I FITTERS,
GAS FIXTURES, LAMPS, - .
PU3IPS, LEADPIPE. HOSE, Ac,
415 SMITHFIELD 8TREET. '
Special attention given to natural gas fitting,1
Telephone 7K1. se23-I10-itw ,