EHE V PITTSBTJEG- .DISPATCH, MONDA,
The 'Evidence Against J. M. Kelly
Before the Trades Council.
THE EDITOR WAS IKDIFFEREHT.
He Says He Preferred to Make Ko Defense
of Bis Actions.
OUTGROWTH OF THE JEA5NETTJB CASE
The expulsion of Editor John M. Kelly
from the Central Trades Conncil on Satur
day night did not excite eo much comment
in labor circles yesterday as might have been
expected. SeTeral delegates who were met
with expressed themselves as satisfied that
Mr. Kelly had been fairly dealt with and
the charges against him clearly proven.
The evidence in support of the charges
was sufficiently voluminous to fill three
columns of The Dispatch. The charges
were entered against Mr. Kelly at the in
stance of LA. 6111, through its delegates,
and were as follows:
First That in tbe official organ of L. A.00,
of which he is the editor, he persistently mis
represented the motives and action of the Cen
tra) Trades Conncil ana slandered it and its
members in the most abosiTe manner.
Second That both verbally and in the offi
cial organ of L. A. 300. he made deliberate mis
statements which be knew to be false, for tbe
purposeofmisleadingthe Executive Board of
the Central Trades Conncil, which at the re
nnest of L. A. 6111, was investigating tbe man
ner in which 45 foreign glass workers were
brought to Jeannette, Pa.
Third That when placed upon the witness
stand be took a solemn oath to tell the truth,
the whole truth and nothing but tbe truth,
and contrary to tbe letter and bpirit of this
tolemn obligation, be swore to statements
which were subsequently proven untrue, and
suppressed facts which he knew to be true, and
thus endeavored to shield those who were
To these Mr. Kelly made answer as fol
lows: In answer to tbe charges preferred by D A.
Haves ai vs. J. M. Kellv. before the Execu
tive Board of the Central Trades Council, the
defendant pleads not at all, but says in answer
to each specification
That charge one is a deliberate, malicious
and contemptible lie, and that all "mistepre
sentations" complained of were not misrepre
sentations at all, but the truth as at that time
That charge two 13 the same, the allegations
being deliberate, malicious and contemptible
lies, which facts are known to those who
brought the charges.
That charge third is the same, deliberate ma
licious and contemptible lies, and tbe men who
utter them are deliberate, malicious and con
1 desire to state in connection with these
charges that if they can be proven I am willing
to make public acknovrlegment of any error or
violation of tbe truth I hae uttered. But I
class them as totally untrue and inspired by
people wbo are strangers to tbe truth. The
Board will not have my presence at its meeting,
but as it will make report to the meeting of the
Trades Council Saturday evening, I expect to
be there, my good health and the Lord permit
ting, to tell tbe accusers to their faces, as I
have-done before that, they miserably and con
J. M. Kellt, L. A. 6660, K. of L.
EVIDENCE PEE CHARGE.
The evidence in support of the first charge
produced before the Council on Saturday
night included a clipping from Mr. Kelly's
paper, in which he claimed that those who
"were abusing" L. A. 300 were a lot of
scalawags and scoundrels who were a dis
grace to the cause of labor, and a further
claim, in the same issue, that the only
people who would be injured by the im
portation of window glass workers were
members of L. A. 300; that they were not
complaining, but instead were attacked by
& lot of "idiotic scoundrels who were no
more interested in the law than was a hitch
ing post." Mr. Kelly refused to retract
anything that appeared in his paper, and
the delegates from L. A. 6111 claimed that
bs thev had brought the charge Deiore
the C. T. C. that the slanderous charges ap
plied to them as well as to any others wbo
jfinight have been active in the matter. It
was shown that in a later issue Mr. Kelly
attacked the council as a body, alleging that
their usefulness was at an end, and that tbe
C. T. C. would not amonnt to much until
President Evans, Vice President McGaw,
John Ehman, M. P. Carrick and a few more
were left outside the sanctuary.
In support of tbe second charge, it was
claimed that Mr. Kelly, on the 20th ot
April, had said that the men who
had arrived at Jeannette were En
glishmen who had been out of work for
several years, and that hearing of a large
factory being started over here, had come to
take their chance for work. Mr. Kelly
strengthened this statement ut a meeting of
the Executive Board on the 1st of May, and
at which he voluntarily testified that he
"proposed to say just how it came to pass
these men came over." He stated that
Lis paper had a circulation wherever glass
was made on the face of the globe, and that
the advertisement of the Chambers & Mc
Kee Glass Company in his paper for work
men had come to the notice of the English
"workers, and that they had written for jobs.
THAT SECEET CIBCTJIiAB.
To disprove these statements the delegates
from Jj. A. 6111 quoted from the secret cir
cular of James Campbell, issued to mem
bers of I. A. 300 on April 19, and in which
Mr. Campbell stated that "the President of
the Federation (W. H. Slicker) was in
formed that Ii. A. 300 was in need ot 25
blowers and 25 gatherers." The President
of the Federation notified L. A. 3504, Suth
erland, England, that this number of men
was wanted by the Chambers & McKee
Company at Jeannette, Pa., and the Secre
tary of 3504 wrote that "the men would
'come." It was held that the secret
circular of the 19th day of April clearly
contradicted Mr. Kelly's statement of May
lj and proved that the advertisement had
v nothing to do with bringing the men over.
"further, it was shown that the claim that
they had been victimized and black-listed
men, who had been out of work for years
was untrue, by an extract from the Potters'
IGazette, of London, England, which showed
'that the men had been emploved at the
Hartley Glass Works, Sutherland, and that
only a portion of those emploved at those
works had been subject to occasional periods
In support of the third charge it was al
leged that ou the 15th of May Mr. Kelly
had testified under oath that the advertise
ment in the Commoner had induced men to
come over, and that Secretary Cake had so
informed him; that he had hesitated about
.inserting the advertisements because on two
previous occasions L. A. 300 had com
plained that all such advertisements tended
to bring foreign workmen to this country;
that to provide against this possibility he
had omitted to insert the ad. in the European
7 THE DELEGATES' ARGUMENT.
The delegates from L. A. 300 drew atten
"tion to the Tact on the first of May Mr.
.Kelly had claimed that it was the big circu
lation of his paper in Europe which had in
duced the men to come over, while on May
15 be stated that he had sent no papers to
-Europe containing the ad. When asked to
explain this, it is claimed that Mr. Kelly
id, "I Con't know whether it is my belief
or no; they might have come on the ad, or
they might not,"
"The delegates from X. A. 6111 then
charged that he had tried to make others
believe what he was not prepared to believe
nimell, and that if he possessed any in
formation which made him doubt whether it
was the ad. bronght men here or not, he re
served it for himself; and that he did not
tell'the whole truth.
Tbe delegates from 6111 claimed that Mr.
Kelly had knowledge of James Campbell's
lr secret circular ol April the 19th. for the
' .reason that Secretary Cake, on behalf of Ii.
A. 300, offered to place at the disposal of
the joint committees all official documents
relating to the subject, and that, if this pro
posal was made in good faith, the circular
TFonld have been submitted. If they were
willing to exhibit this document -tq the
committee in an open investigation 'where it
could have been teen by enemies, the was
no.reason to have kept it hidden frpm,their
, .friend and counsel, Mr. .
JUUU JXL. .ELCJiV.
must have had .full knowledge of James
Campbell's circular of the 19th of April,
and that therefore his testimony on the 15th
of May was given to mislead the Executive
A delegate who was seen later said that
Mr. Kelly had not attempted to rebut the
evidence brought against him, and had ac
cepted tbe decision of the council on tbe
vote, which was 24 for expulsion and 10
against. Mr. Kelly, when seen, admitted
that he had been expelled, and added that
he had not deemed it necessary to make any
defense in face of the expressed determin
ation of some members of the council to re
move him from it at all hazard.
MACHINISTS HATE A C0KPAB
With Regard to Higher Wages, bnt are Un
able to Agree.
The meeting of machinists in the old hall,
Fourth avenue, on Satnrday evening, was
not attended with the results its promoters
expected. Very little information could be
obtained regarding the proceedings, which
were of the star chamber order, despite the
fact that during the week some of tbe mem
bers were anxious to have the meeting duly
noticed in the press. Said a gentleman who
"You ask me to say what was done.
Well, nothing. The meeting was called to
form some sort of anamalgamation between
tbe three bodies: the National Association
of Machinists, the Brotherhood of Machin
ists, and the Amalgamated Association of
Stationary Engineers. The latter body was
a new one on me, as I had known of only
two before. An attempt was made to come
to an understanding about demanding an
increase of 10 per cent in wages, but though
there was plenty of vapor there was no re
sult. Another meeting will be held to con
sider the matter."
1630 Elects Delegates The German
Mass Meeting Not Held.
L. A. 1630, K. of L. printers, met in
Headauarters Hall yesterday, and elected
delegates to the District.
Tbe mass meeting of German printers
which was to have been held for considera
tion of tbe eight hour question was, through
inadvertence in securing a hall, not held.
FOE NERVOUS PROSTRATION
TJse Horsfbrd's Acid Phosphate.
Dr. W. Graeves. Northfleld, Minn., says:
have used it incases of nervous prostration.
and also in combination with other remedies in
indigestion, it has proved as satisfactory as
could be expected."
Ofa! The Elegant Piano Received by Cer
tificate 262. In the Everett Piano Clab
This member selects one of the most beau
tiful upright grand pianos ever brought to
the city and only pays $1 per week. The
price to members of the club is (75 less than
the piano can be sold in the old time way of
buying in small lots. Our club system
allows us to contract for 350 pianos at one
purchase. We have enough members to
bring in the price in cash each week, hence
they get the lowest cash price and have the
privilege of $1 weekly payments. Our store
is full of pianos set aside for Xmas, and we
have added a new wareroom at 21 Federal
st. to make room for our immense stock of
fine grade pianos. We allow our members
to take their pianos at any time on the same
payments asked by other dealers, and give
them the price obtained by the club con
tract. We will save you $75 in the price
and give you the finest piano made. But
we do not sell that cheap, shoddy stuff ad
vertised by some dealers. Tbe people know
that we are piano makers by trade, and we
know that such goods would kill our repu
tation. We have a number of odd pianos
such as Weber, Knabe, Decker, Kranach &
Bach, Gaehle, Hallet & Davis and others,
which are in the way. We need the room
they occupy and we will dispose of them at
cost, so come now and make yonr selection.
You will receive courteous attention, and if
we cannot please you, then we will not ex
pect you to buy.
A ley. Koss Music House,
MWSu 137 Federal St., Allegheny.
Are Ton a Lover of Muilcf
If yon are, this will interest you. There
is being sold in this city, to-day, an instru
ment upon which you can play an opera or
symphony, a. waltz or a simple ballad, with
all the grand and beautiful effects of an
orchestra, and to perform upon this re
markable instrument yon need know posi
tively nothing about music
This wonderful instrument is called the
JEolian organ, and is almost an entirely new
thing, which accounts for your never having
heard of it before.
We don't expect you to take our word for
all this; it is too remarkable a statement; but
we will guarantee to convince you of the
actual truth of it, if you will call at our
warerooms and see and hear lor yonrself.
Mellob & Hoene,
77 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg.'
Xndles. Bare Ton Hair
On cheeks, chin or lip? If so, you can
have every hair destroyed forever without
pain, scar or injury by the electric needle by
consulting Dr. J.""VauDvck, electro sur
geon, permanently located at 502 Penn ave.
Never fails. Book free.
ir Ton Will Leave Your Order
For a csayon or pastel portrait at Aufrecht's
Elite gallery, 516 Market st, Pittsburg, on
or before the 20th inst,, yon can have it for
Xmas without fail. Prices lowest in two
cities. Bring the children.
Keveu apprehend disappointment if you
place vour order for holiday wines and
liquors with Max Klein. Prompt and care
ful attention is guaranteed and goods with
out a compeer in the market srwr
If you value health use the beer made
by D. Lutz & Son, cor. Spring Garden
ave. and Chestnut st, Allegheny. Try it
Hosiery and Underwear.
Gloves and umbrellas, smoking jackets.
Kkable & Shtjstee, 35 Fifth ave.
Those desiring to present friends with a
rare quality of wines or liquors have only
tocall on Max Klein or write for bis cata
logue, and the most complete satisfaction
will be the result mwp
TomcG folks who intend to start house
keeping will consult their interest by buy
ing their outfit in furniture at M. Seibert '&
Gbeat bargains in white spreads, chenille
table covers and drapery silks,
Knable & Shtjstee, 35 Fifth ave.
Ale and porter are tbe correct drinks for
December. January and February. Frauen
heim & Vilsack's brews are the favorites
If in doubt what to buy for a present,
then see the immense line of fancy goods, at
Harrison's toy store, 123 Federal st, Alle
Gent's Ties, Gent's Gloves.
Ladies' ties, ladies' gloves, umbrellas,
umbrellas for holiday presents.
Knable & Shustee, 35 Fifth ave.
Ale and porter are the correct drinks for
December, January and .February. Frauen
heim & Vilsack's brews are the favorites
Real Lace Cellars.
Were $3, $1 and $5, to be sold at 81 each.
Knable & Shustee, 35 Fifth ave.
At Taft's Philada. dental rooms, 39 Fifth
ave., you can get the best 'set ot teeth for
$8 00. -A good set for M' 86.
FROLICS OF A GERI.
What Local Physicians Say of Eu
rope's Epidemic of Influenza.
THE WORK OP A WICKED MICROBE.
Nasal and Throat Diseases Prevailing in
TEI SIMILaE TO TUB EPIZOOTIC
The epidemic of influenza which prevails
in Europe attracts much attention from phy
sicians here, not only because of the peculiar
symptoms of the disease in Europe, but be
cause of its unusual prevalence here. Phy
sicians say that the damp climate of this
valley is conducive to nasal diseases, and
that this year they are worse than ever.
The influenza is properly au epidemic
In an article in the revised edition of the
American Encyclopedia, Dr. Austin Flint
speaks of an epidemic called in different
countries influenza, and by the French
writers "grippe," which is characterized by
bronchial inflammation. Its occurrence
from time to time has been noted by medi
cal writers for several centuries. It is an
epidemic remarkable for its extensive and
rapid diffusion, sometimes extending within
a brief period over many different and
widely separated countries. Dr. Flint says;
"Like all epidemic diseases, this has doubt
less a special cause, and this cause undoubt
edly is in the atmosphere. The special
cause, however, is independent of apprecia
ble atmospheric changes. Of the nature,
source and mode ot diffusion of tbe cause we
have no positive knowledge; but we are
equally ignorant of the special causes of
many, and indeed of most epidemic diseases.
That these diseases depend on organic enti
ties is a supposition which at the present
lime many regara witn iavor; uui vuis re
mainl'to be proved or disproved by further
researches. During some epidemics of in
fluenza, a vast number of persons are simul
taneously affected." The doctor's descrip
tion fits accurately, it will be seen, the pres
ent epidemic in Europe.
CAUSED BV THE ATMOSPHERE.
Dr. C C. Wiley said vesterday: "The
ordinary acute affection of tlie nasal passage
is called coryza. It is common in Northern
Europe, and is caused by certain atmospheric
conditions. It is an acute inflammation of
the mucous membrane of the nasal chamber.
That disease is not considered contagious,
but may sometimes be epidemic, owing to
peculiar conditions ot the atmosphere, which
probably exist in Europe at this time.
"Kiemeyer, a standard medical author,
says that under the operation of unknown
atmospheric influences, from time to time,
epidemics have arisen in which very ex
tensive catarrh has occurred, with unusual
constitutional disturbances. Such an epi
demic of grippe or influenza appeared in
1732, and traveled throughout Europe, from
east to west, attacking at least one-half of
its population. The disease at that time
proved to be a dangerous one, especially in
cases of children and old persons, partly
from the intensity ot the fever and partly
from the extension of the local affection into
the air-cells of the lungs. Since that time
there have been repeated epidemics of in
fluenza, particularly in the years 1800 and
1835. It is only properly called influenza
when it is epidemic; otherwise it is simply
coryza. Medical authorities admit that in
very many cases the exciting causes of ca
tarrh are unknown."
Dr. Joseph N. Dickson said: "I know
nothing abont the epidemic in Europe, ex
cept a little I have seen in the papers. I
have no doubt that we have jnst as much
influenza and other catarrhal affections here
as they have in Europe, only we are not
making as much fnss about it. The Em
peror ot Germany and some high priced
opera singers were 'afflicted, and that made
it sensational. We have more influenza
here than in recent years. It has been prev
alent for six or eight weeks. It generally
arises from atmospheric conditions. Certain
condi ons and temperatures of the atmos
phere are favorable to the catarrhal germ,
which is a sort of bacteria in the air. It
produces the inflammatory trouble in the
INFLUENZA PBEVAXENT HEBE.
Dr. C. P. Seip said that he had paid little
attention to the publications from Europe,
and as he did not know the symptoms, he
could not speak intelligently of the affair.
Some of his patients had inquired of him
about the thing. He said be supposed that
it was something like the disease which"
afflicted horses in this country in 1873 the
epizootic "Inflnenza'saidDr. Seip. "is un
usually prevalent here at present It seems
to attack the throat mostly, but is not dan
gerous. I do not know the cause of it On
that question medical science is somewhat
in the dark yet"
Dr. Chevalier Q. Jackson was asked what
he thought the European epidemic was.
He replied: "It is influenza or catarrhal
fever. Nobody dies of that disease when it
occurs here, vet during an epidemic of in
fluenza it so lowers the vitality that other
diseases are likely to be more fatal. That is
always the case during such an epidemic
One of the characteristics of tbat catarrhal
fever is a great prostration. The general
tone of the system is much lowered."
"Have there been such epidemics in this
"Yes, but I do not remember any so wide
spread. There have been some epidemics of
it, however, in this country."
"What causes this catarrhal fever?"
"It is a specific germ. That is. it is a
germ which causes that disease only, just
as there is another germ which causes small
pox. It is a microbe"
"Why does not that germ cause the
epidemic every year in just the same way?"
"Because the conditions are not ripe' for
it That is as much as we can say about it.
That fan is one of the things indicating
most clearly that it is a microbe. If it were
simply the result of chills or colds we would
have it every year. It is somewhat similar
to the influenza of horses, which is very
TJr. Flint's remedy wards off death from
those wbo Lave developed a "smoker's
heart" tbrougb tbe use of tobacco, rendering
that organ liable to rupture at any time. De
scriptive treatise with each bottle; or address
Mack Drug Co., N. Y. HWF
If you.consult your health, you will use
only the purest liquors as found foreign
or domestic at Max Klein's. You will in
variably meet with prompt attention and
get full cash value. iiwr
Gbeat "handkerchief sale now going on
at Knable & Shuster's, 35 Fifth ave uwsn
Our large five-story warehouse turned into
retail rooms. Nothing like it in the city.
Come and see tbe furniture displayed
therein. M. Seibebt & Co., Allegheny.
Linen Table Sets.
Napkins, towels and tidies, table cloths,
table covers. Great bargains.
Knable & Shustee, 35 Fifth ave.
Ale and porter are the correct drinks for
December. January and February. Frauen-
i heim & Vilsack's brews are the favorites
wth connoisseurs. t
Black Goods, BInek Goods.
Great bargains in black goods.
Knable & Shustee, 35 Fifth ave.
On of those hand'painted porcelain
panels makes an elegabt Christmas present
123 Federal st., Allegheny.
Muff, Fws BBd Stoles,
Far sets for children.
iSi. Knable 5&;Shdsteb,.35 Fifth are.
MS-IHtpla advertisements one dollar psr
t guars for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, etc., ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken for less than fifty -.ents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with TBS MS
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, S5yS Butler street.
EMIL G. STUCKEY, 21th street and Penn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY ACO.,WyUe ave. and Fultoast,
H.bTOKELY, Filth Avenue Market House.
J. TV. WALLACE, cm Penn avenue.
JACOB SPOHN, No. 2 Carson street
H. A. DONALDSON. 1707 Carson street
A. 3. KAEECHEK, S9 Federal street.
H. J. McliKIDE, Market House, Allegheny.
FEED H. EGGERS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EOGE1W&SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Inrlnaves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PEKKY M. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
W. TV. FLOCKEE, Stationer, No. 4 Grant ave.
THE DISPATCH HAS OPENKD A
BRANCH OFFICE FOR THE SOUTHSIDE
AT NO. 1220 CARSON STREET. WHERE
ADVERTISEMENTS, NEWS AND SUB
SCRTPTIONS CAN BE LEFT. BOTH FOR
GENERAL EDITIONS, AND FOR THE
TTJAOTED-A FIRST-CLASS BAKBER-AT
VV MONONGAHELA HODSE. del6-8
WANTED-A GOOD,. SMART, INTELLI
GENT boy. Inquire at bT. CHAISt.FS
ANTED AGENTS TO SELL HOLIDAY
sifrns and show cards. MARTELL, 411
TITANTED-A GOOD, STEADY MAN
milk and work on
WANTED FIRST-CLASS UPHOLSTEEKR:
state experience and wages expected, ad
dress OPHOLSTEHEK, Dispatch office. deH-21-D
"TT7ANTED-A GOOD WRAPPER BOY AND
' V a young man to distribute circulars for a
few days. Apply to HORNE & WARD, 41 Fifth
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED ADVER
TISING solicitor: position permanent to a
rood man. .1. W. MAHAN, No. 12 Federal St.,
Allegheny, Boom 21. deIW04
WANTED-50 LABORERS FOR RAILEOAD:
73 coal miners. 20 stone cntters and 6
laborers for quarry: 2 men for coal shovellug.
farm and gardens. AUG. P. GEISLEB, General
Asent, 649 Grant street.. delS-14
WANTED SALESMEN AT 175 PER MONTH
salary and expenses, to sell a line df silver
plated ware, watches, etc.: by sample only; horse
and team furnished free: write at once for mu
Bartlculars and sample case of goods free. STAN
ARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass.
WANTED-AGENTS-GENERAL AND LO
CAL agents to handle the New Chemical
Ink Erasing Pencil; greatest novelty ever pro
duced; erases Ink In two seconds; no abrasion of
paper; 200 to 500 per cent profit: sells at sight; ter
ritory absolutely free; salary to good men; sam
ple 35 cents by mall. For terms and full Infor
mation address the manufacturers. THE MON
ROE ERASER CO., Lacrosse. Wis. de!5-25
male and lfeinaie Heln.
WANTED-COOKS; WAGES, (3 50 TO 4 00;
chambermaids, dinlngroom girls, nurses:
100 house girls; German and colored girls; farm
hands; drivers. MRS. E. THOMPSON, 608
Grant St. de5-MThS
VrrANTED IMMEDIATELY 20 QUARRY
VV MEN. chambermaids and cooks for small
families, 3 50 to 14 per week; girl to do nursing
and chamberwork: 100 bouse girls. 10 Germans
and Swedes, dishwasher, dining room and pantry
girl. MEEHAN'b, 545 Grant st, deUD
nri NTKii.AnmjTR. rat.ihurm. rr.EBK
VV ladles everyone can make big money with J
or wuuoui canvassing; fiuu per moniu to mat
amount weekly; greatest, most profitable and
easiest opportunity to make money; reliable
parties started on salary and commission; for
snch we supply the capital. Address M. MILLER.
Manager, Box 2152, New York Postoffice. deI5-24
-TTT-ANTED-A SITUATION TO NURSE IN
VV any sickness by a woman of experience
and good reference. Call or address NO. 6
SARAH ST., Allegheny. delS-105
WANTED-POSITION BY EXPERIENCED
pharmacist; position as manager or head
clerk, by January 1; city references. Address
QUININE, Dispatch office. de!5-16
-TTANTED-8MAI'1' MOR1GAGES-L J.WIL
SON, 149 Fourth aye.
ANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over J4.000: 4K ner cent: no tax.
HEN RY A. WEAVER & CO., tii ourth avenue.
WANTED-J500 TO f500,000-TO LOAN ON
mortgages, 4M. 5 and 6 per cent. JAS W.
DRAPE & CO., 129 1 ourth ave., Pittsburg. Tele
phone No. 975. del4-S9-irwe
W ANTED-MORTGAGES ON PITTSBURG,
Allegheny or suburban Improved real estate
in larsre or smau amounts at lowest rates. ALEX
ANDER & LEE, 313 Wood st deH-43-MWS
WANTED-MORTG AGES-fl. 000, 000 TO LOAN
In large and small amounts at 4H. 5 and 6
per cent, free of State tax; no delay.
isir i jjj dc uu(l J4i x uuna ave.
ANTED-TO LOAN MONEY ON MORT
GAGES In amounts to suit. In city or coun
try, at 4M to 6 per cent, as to security: no delay.
BAMUEL W. BLACiL & CO., 99 Fourth ave.
W ANTED-TO LOAN fcOO,00O. IN AMOUNTS
of 3,000 and upward, on city and snburban
property, on 4j per cent, free or tax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and 0 per cent. BLACK & BAIRD,
95 Fourth avenue. seil-dJS-D
WAN TED MORTG AGES-SI, 000, 000TO LOAN
on city and suburban properties at 4M, 6and
b per cent, ana on lanns la Auegnenyana ama-
cent counties at 6 per cent.
a. au nuNAuun a
hj.i, lua fourin avenue.
VTTANTED-TO i.OAN 1200,000 ON MORT-
V V GAGES; (100 and upward at 0 per cent:
(500, 000 at 4K per cent on residences or business
pruperiyi also in amuinuig counties. o xi.
FRENCH. 124 Fourth avenue.
WANTED-MORTGAGES-flOO.000 TO LOAN
on mortgages, in sums from fj00 to ,10,000,
for Z to 5 years on city property, at very low rates;
write for terms and give description of property.
J. E. GLASS, 133 Fifth ave. Telephone No. 17M.
WANTED-A SMALL SECOND-HAND UP
RIGHT boiler about ten horse power. Ad
dress J. W. T., Dispatch office. del4-40
WANTED-HIGHEST SPOT CASH PRICES
paid for second-hand furniture, carpets and
household goods of all kinds. 12U PENN AVE
WAN TED-PERSONS 1X1 KNOW THAT BY
agreeing to ray si per week you can get
possession of fine gold or silver watches, clocks,
fewelry, diamonds, silverware, etc. J.MirsCH,
130 Federal St., Allegheny, Pa. cel2-Hwrsa
v v rj".Aii3UJ, ine leaning
v nhntnffranher. of
95 Fifth ave. and 43 Federal st., AU'y., is making
a life size crayon portrait, beautifully framed, and
one dozen cab. photos, ail for fg; all fine work,
WANTED FOR 1HE FOLLOWING 10
days anybody contemplating the purchase
of Christmas gifts to call and examine our great as
sortment of diamonds, watches, Jewelry, silver
ware, clocks and bronzes: odr goods are entirely
new and consist of all the latest novelties to be
found in the Eastern markets; Just think oflt,
you can bay a triple-plated -sugar bowl, pickle
castor, spoon holder, butter dish or cun at Si each
at M. J. iSMIT'S, 311 Smlthfield st.
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-ONLY $11,000 FOR A WESTERN
avenue. Second ward, Allegheny, residence
of 8 rooms. For full Information see W. A.
HERRON ft SONS, No. SO Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-ALLEGHENY-FULTON ST.-A
snug 2-story brick house of 6 rooms, attic,
rood eel far, both kinds gas; in complete repair;
otl8xr2 feet: price p.500. I. M. PENNOCK &
SON, N o. 105 Fourth ave. del4-44-MVf S
FOR SALE-A HANDSOME RESIDENCE,
almost new.wlth corner lot, on the parks, Alle
gheny; most desirable location and partlculirly
fine residence; replete throughout with all modern
requisites and In elegant condition; wonld take a
smaller property in exchange as part payment
and allow long time on cash difference. JAS.
W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue Pittsburg.
FOR SALE A PRINCELY" RESIDENCE
property oa.the parks, -Allegheny; almost
new; spacious and luxurious rooms: fitted up and
arranged throughout with every known recent
convenience and appliance: one or ,te most per
fect? of city residences, and In a location with
surroundings of Is most attractive nature: fine
southern exposure and fall view of the, fragrant
parLir 1I nl re" entrance; brick stable and
carriage house, etc., etc.t to anyone seeking an
elegant city home tills -property has special leat
ures of attraction. Fuller information and a
ermlt to examine.lbe premises from JAS. W,
iCAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
e;aeu i - - j -y
FOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE
FOR BALE ON TIFTH AVE.. FOE $2,500, OH
lhonthly payments ir desired, a neat brick
uonse of 6 rooms; location good; call or send for
list. W. A. HEURON & SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE NEAR PENN AVE. AND NINTH
st. cor. property, lot 22 ft. 6 In. by 95 to an
alley, 11 roomed dVelllns; all conveniences; Jla,
500; big batpaln. ALLES & BAILEY. 184 Fourth
ave. Telephone, 167 dels-3MnvTbSSu
T7OR SALE-ON "WATER NEAR GRANT ST..
JL' a good paying investment, 7 brick tenant
"wuacsj lOLzuxsuii., irun 4U ii, ia ue rear; win
close at a bargain; apply soon. I. M. FENNOOK
& SON, No. 105 Fourth ave.
FORSALE-ON SIDNEY, NEAR TWENTY
THIRD st a complete new brick house, 8
rooms; Just finished
ce; only 84, "Won yerv liberal
lberal terms. Bte
HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue,
East End Reildencn.
TTiOR SALECHOICE DWELLINGS-9 TO
jj rooms, on Forbes st. and Coltart Square,
usiuasa; iaie style; eieganxir umsneu; price low,
terms easy. See W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80
Fourth avenue. de4-13-HTh
FOE BALE-AT (2,600-EABT END HOUSE OF
6 rooms and good lot, with side entrance;
house almost new and in first-class order: imme
diate possession; terms quite reasonable. J AS.
TV. DRAPE A CO., 123 Fourth avenue, Pitts
FOR SALE-ONE OF THE FINEST RESI
DENCES on Oakland ave.,contalnlng8 rooms,
hall: bath, laundry, both gases, marble mantels:
ail the modern conveniences: lot 31x110: only 3
minutes1 walk from cable road; this desirable
bouse on easy terms. BLACK & BA1ED.95 Fourth
ave. zd-82. del5-W-15,16,17,lS,19,21
FOR SALE-THERE ARE TEN VERY DE
SIRABLE nouses now In course of construc
tienou Oakland square; to be finished complete
readv for occupancy by April 1: five of these
houses are already sold, leaving five still available,
to buyers: prices, 7,6O0, (3.000 and (10,000, accord
ing to size and location; lots vary in size from 30x
100 to 92x150; Atwood St., now paved with a-phalt
from Filth ave. to Oakland square, and traction
road belnff laid.
Apply tO SA11UJS1. w. UUAVX.
H CO., 99 Fourth ave.
FOR 8ALE-A NEAT NEW RESIDENCE
with large corner lot, near Shaiiyslde, East
End and Ben Yenue; large reception hall, parlor,
dining room and kitchen, with china closets, etc.,
ou first floor: 4 bedrooms, bath and w. c. on sec
ond floor, 2 finished attic rooms, natural gas. dry
cellar.all under concrete; perfect sewerage. piazza
In front and porch in rear; everything quite new
and complete; will be ready for occupancy In a
week or two: price td, JOO on moderate payments.
Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE CO , 129
Fourth ave., FittsDurg. del4-S7-D
FOR SALE AT- HAZELWOOD A FINE
residence on Sylvan ave. of 12 rooms, hail,
vestibule, water, both kinds gas, stable and out
buildings: 5X acres ground; splendid location,
with pleasant surroundings; cheap to an early
buyer. 1. M. PENNOCK. & SON, No. 105 Fourth
FOR SALE-RMO-SYLVAN AVE.. 4 MIN
UTES' walk rrom Hazelwood station, a good
2-story brick dwelling of 8 rooms, ball, bath, both
gases, marble mantels; 2 porches and veranda,
about 1 acre of ground; forest, shade and fruit
trees, etc BLaCK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-HOUSE AND LARGE LOT AT
Ingram station; monthly payments; small
amount down: 6 rooms, ball, porches, natural
gas, water, etc.; large lot: two minutes from
railroad station; rare bargain; Immediate pos
session. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO , 129 Fourth ave.,
FOR SALE-1N SEWICKLEY-CASH PAY
MENT of fMO only required, a brick dwelling
of 10 rooms, bath, w. c, stationary laundry tubs,
etc., hot and cold water, etc. ; fine level lot 47x203
ft. In lawn and frnlt; Immediate possession; the
location and remarkably liberal terms of $500
cash. fWO per year, commends this property to
the man who Is now renting. A. W. ADAIR,
Room 641 Penn building. Penn ave. de!5-5
FOB, SALE LOT.
East End Lot.
FORSALE-CHEAP-EASr END BUILDING
lots: call or send for printed list, jnst Issued,
free. W. A. HERRON & BON3.80 Fonrth avenue.
XfOR BALE A SMALL CASH PAYMENT AND
5 balance on long time will buy a fine residence
site in Villa Park plan, Brnsbton; our prices are
very low. and now is the time to Invest. JOHN
F. BAXTER, Agent. 512 Smlthfield street.
TPOR SALE-2X ACRES OF GROUND, WITH
X? large dwelling, outbuildings, fruit and or
namental trees, on Herron avenue, 'inirteentn
ward, near Center avenue cable line. This prop
erty will subdivide to good advantage. See
W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenne.
FOR SALE-NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE
a choice building site and have a home of yonr
own by April 1. and avoid annoyance of moving;
the Banm Grove plan offers more Inducements
lor a pleasant ana nroutanie nome man any oiner
J inn in tne man
the market- close investigation solicited.
East .End, or JOHN i UAX-
TER, Agent, 512 amlthfleld st.
FOR SALE-LOTS AT GLENWOOD: CON
VENIENT to the station and Second Ave.
Electric Railway; graded streets, sidewalks, city
water; houses and lots for sale on monthly pay
ments. GEORGE C. BURG WIN, 150 Fourth ave.
FOE SALE FARM, 110 ACRES, VERY BEST
of buildings. In rich farming community
Lawrence co. : must be sold soon. ED. W ITTISH,
410 Grant St.. PlttsDurg. del3-D
FOR SALE-A FINE FARM IN OIL TERRI
TORY, adjoining Montour Rnn, about 100
acres; large dwelling, barn, etc , orchard, water,
etc : "prettiest farm site in tbe county: la known
as "Calrnhcads;" it Is believed by experts to be
on the line or the oil developments. Particulars
from JAS. "W. DBAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue,
FOR SALE-AN EXCELLENT FARM OF 200
acres, close to railroad station, good land,
all susceptible of tillage, well suited for a dairy
or stock farm, ver comfortable dwelling house,
large bank barn and numerous other outbuild
ings: splendid orchard and copious supply of
water, etc.? wonld accept of a small city property I
in pari payment. jao. v. .uil&jte, & w., l&
LA C X W., U
rourtn avenue, rcttsourg.
FOR SALE-GILT-EDGED PROPERTY. CON
SIDERED the finest and best-paying farm In
Coffee county, Tenn.; owned by a Manchester
banker: has been in the family 60 years; splendid
location, fine bulldlngs,stable barn, cedar fences,
rice 112, 000, one-third cash, balance secured: also,
ne two-story frame hotel, corner public square,
Manchester, Tenn.: only hotel, county seat;honse
more than full all the year round; pays big divi
dends for tbe amount Invested ; age and feeble
health of owner only reason for selling: (5,000
cash. Call, or address. No. 180 GRANT AVE. or
84 FEDERAL ST., Allegheny. aelS-Hl
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-AN ESTABLISHED RETAIL
grocery business in Allegheny: best location
in the city and a large trade, mostly cash. Ad
dress BlSTAIL GROCER, Dispatch office, del 2-3
FOR SALE WELL-PAYING BOARDING
house, in central part of business, steady
trade, house full; will sell at about half price;
physical Inability the cause: terms half cash,
balance on time. MAG AW & GOFF, LIU.. 145
Fourth ave. del4-38
FOR BALE-GRAND OPPORTUNITY FOR
one or two active men with some capital to
step Into a paving wholesale produce commission
business, profits ihlsyearwlll reach 10,000; owner
engaged in other business reison for selling. Ad
dress F, C. DICKSON, 140 Monterey St., Alle
FOR SALE-HALF INTEREST INGOOU PAY
ING business, with salary, for $300; drug
stores, from 11,600 to 85,000: grocery stores, from
8500 to 82,000; cigar stores, tliXi to (2,200; confec
tionery store, notion store, restaurant doing good
business, 8LO00. PSRCIVAL & CHAPMAN. 67
Fifth ave. del5-62
FOB SALE-GROCERY STORES IN BOTH
cities, from 8350 to $10,000: cigar stores 8250,
8C50, 8500. $1,800; shooting gallery paying 875 per
week dear or expenses; drugstores: general
country stores:boardlng bouses, milk routes, con
fectioneries, bakeries and other good business
chances. SHEFARDA CO., 54 Fifth ave. noil
FOR SALE-COAL BUSINESS ON LINE OF
railroad, near tbe city, all in successful oper
ation, and including pit wagons, mules, tools and
all necessary equipment: abont lo0 acres of solid
coal: side track Bpace for 50 cars; rare opening for
anyone who understands the coal business. JAS.
W. DRAPE Si CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-AN INTEREST IN A WELL
establlshed store, house furnishing and
builders' hardware business In the city: a good
man, who can furnish 85,000 and come well recom
mended andprove competent to take charge of the
books and office work, will be liberally dealt with,
this Is a good opening: the business is prosperous
and growing. J AS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 fourth
avenne, Pittsburg. de!4-90-D
FOR BALE-OR EXCHANGE-30O ACRES OF
coalandmineral land on line of railroad and
river, abont CO miles from the city, with connec
tions to Buffalo and the Canadian trade; besides
coal there is Iron ore, lime and building stone and
fire clay; two coal mines and one ore mine open;
equipped with tracks, care, etc.; demand lor all
coal and iron ore tbat can be mined; 45 dwelling
bouses, large store and other buildings: two good
gas wells on the land: a splendid opening lor a
profitable business: will sell, or exchange for
other property In part payment W. W. ACHE
SON, or JOS. PAINTER. Room 204 Blssell block,
or JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pit-.s-t
FOB SALE-CHEAP-ON WOOD, NEAR
Second avenue, 3-story business bouse: lot 20
X100 ft. bee W. A. HEBRON & SONS, 80 Fourth
FOR SALE-FLOURING MILL, 100 BBL. CA
PACITY, roller process: only mBl m city or
20,000, in a good grain growing country; sold to
close an estate. Inquire of CALVERT & WOODS,
Lima, O. deli-28
FOR BALE A LARGE BUSINESS PROP
ERTY oa Water street, city: substantial
building; adopted for almost any kind of busi
ness. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fonrth ave
nne, Pittsburg. del4-87-l
FOR SALE SCHENLEY LEASEHOLD ON
Water St., n. Penn ave., lot about 6ux73ft.,
brick store and dwelling of 8 rooms and a 2-room.
brick house in therear; will be sold at a low price:
a good investment. 1. M. PENNOCK SON,
Horses, Vehicles, Live Stock, Etc
FOR SALE-A LIVERY AND UNDERTAK
ING business: 11 horses: carriages, buggies,
wagons, hearses, with all the necessary ontflt,
etc.. In one of the most active manufacturing
towns on line of railroad in the county; a splen
did opportunity for a man who understands the
business; tbe present proprietor has made a snug
fortune; particulars to principals and parties who
sreaoie topnrcnasewlll be furnished at onr of
fice. JAMES W
DRAPE & CO.,
129 Fourth ave.,
Machinery and Metal.
FOR SALEi-ENGlNES AND BOILERS-NEW
an d refitted : repalrln g nTom ptlv attended to.
PORTER FO U ND B Y AN D M ACH1N E CO. , LIM. ,
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers: all slzesand styles In stock, from 4 to
100 b. p.;allrcfltted;goodasnew, at lowest prices:
portable engines, 8 to 25 h. p. ; boilers all sizes
and styles. J.S. YOUNG,23Park way.AUegheny.
FOR SALE- HOISTING ENGINES. NEW
and second hand: wire and manllla rope, der
rick and fittings, hoisting tnbs and cars, day and
ore pans; engines, boilers and machinery.
THOMAS CARLIN'S SONS, Lacock and Sandusky
sts., Allegheny. auS-rt-jnvr
of Rees, Shook Co., offers for sale the ma
chinery, tools, patterns, etc., of said firm: tbe
machinery consists of lathes, drill presses, etc;
also a large gray mare, 7 years old, and harness
and wagon. Apply to JOHN D.MCKENNAN.Be
celver, Bakewell Law Bnllding, Pittsburg, Pa.
FOR SALE MACHINE SHOP THE VALUA'
nr.RTnjirh1nf.ihnn of Wnxhlnffton Beck. ESQ..
situate on 8. Sixteenth street. S. S.. Is now offered
for sale, owlntr to ill health: lot 60x60 ft.. with one
2-story frame bnllding, 40x80 ft., and a one-story
frame, 20x00 feet, with engine, boiler, fan, 3 lines
of shafting, pulleys, etc.; the machinery is all
first-class and In good condition: location excel
lent, heretofore doing & nice business; this valua
ble property will be sold at a low price to an Im
mediate purchaser; an excellent opportunity for
a man of experience and means to step into a
well-established trade. Apply to I. M. PEN
NOCK & SON, 105 Fonrth aye. deU-45-D
FOR SALE HOLIDAY GIFTS-SOLID SIL
VER stem-winding watches, 83, 88, 87, at M.
J. SMIT'S. 311 Smlthfield st. del5-133
FOR SALE-HOLIDAY GIFTS-MISSES' AND
children's rings, solid gold, 75c. 1 25. 11 75.
M. J. SMIT. 311 Smlthfield st.
FOR SALE HOLIDAY GUTS LADIES'
bracelets and bead necklaces, II 2a, tl and
(8 25. M. J. SMIT, 311 smlthfield St. dclo-133
TTIOR SALE HOLIDAY GIFTB LADIES'
vest. Oueen or Victoria chains, roll nlate.
at ,1, 31 to and 82 25.
, soii.1, ii smunneia
TTIOR SALE-ONE ELEGANT
JC dining room sideboard: Jnst completed;
elezant chamber suit, ornamental center table.
fine writing desk, suitable for office or private
dwelling: maae expressly loruouaay presents
At jja n ens a Bumjurr a
cor. Chestnut and
Pike sts . Allegheny.
MEMBERS OF SARATOGA LODGE NO.
262, Junior Order of American Mechanics,
are requested to meet at their hall, corner of
Main and Butler streets, on MONDAY, at 1.30
p. M., to attend the funeral of onr late brother,
M. S. Steilmas. Hats, white cloves, funeral
badges. Members of sister councils are in
vited, to attend. Byorderof
delS-149 J OHN MAJOR, Councilor.
NOTICE MEMBERS OF 8ARAT0GA
Conncil No. 262, Junior Order of American
Mechanics, are requested to meet at their hall,
corner of Main and Butler st., on MONDAY
at 1.30 P. si , to attend the funeral of our late
brother, M. L. Spielman. Hats, white gloves,
funeral badges. Members of sister councils are
invited to attend. By order of
delo-10 JOHN MAJOR, Councilor.
VTOTICE THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
1N the McKeesport and Bessemer Railroad
Company will be held at tbe office of the com
pany, at No. Ill Fonrth Avenne. Pittsburg;,
Pa., on JANUARY 13, 1890, at 2 o'clock P. M.,
for the election of Directors for tbe ensuing
year, and such other business as may be brought
before the meeting.
The stockholders are also notified that an elec
tion will be held at said meeting upon the ques
tion of increase of capital stock and the in
debtedness of the company.
PitUbnrg, Pa.. Nov. 12, 1889. Secretary.
-VTOTICE THE ANNUAL MEETING OP
.JN the McKeesport and Bellevernon Rail
road Company will belheld at the office of the
Company, at No. Ill Fourth avenne, Pittsburg,
Pa., on JANUARY 13, 1890, at 2 o'clock P. M..
for tbe election of Directors for the ensuing
year and such other business as maybe brought
before tbe meeting.
Tbe stockholders are also notified tbat an
election will be held at said meeting upon the
question of Increase of capital stock and tbe
indebtedness of the company.
"W. T. WALLACE, Secretary.
PlTTSBUHG. PA.. Nov. 12. 1889. nol3-62-lT
1RAND OPERA HOUSE
8PECIAL XMAS ATTRACTION WEEK
COMMENCING MONDAY, December IS.
Matinees WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
SALE OF SEATS OPENS TO-DAY
AT BOX OFFICE.
6RAND ENGLISH OPERA COMPANY.
Monday, Dec. 23,-Carmen.
Tuesday, Dec 24 II Trovatore.
Wednesday matinee, Dec. 25 Postilion of
Wednesday evening, Dec. 25 Bohemian Girl.
Thursday, Dec. 26 Faust.
Friday, Dec 27 Mlgnon.
Saturday matinee, Dec 28 Maritana.
Satnrday evening; Dec 28 Der Freiscbutz.
Prices 2, SI 50, SI, 60c, according to location.
O'NEILL IN MONTE-CRISTO.
Matinees Wednesday and Satnrday.
, Dec 23. Maggie Mitchell in Repertoire.
Every Afternoon and Evening.
MISS ADA GRAY
Week Dec. 23. Florence Bindley.
HARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
To-night, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday
THE IRWIN BROS.
BIG SPECIALTY SHOW.
Wonderful Trained. Performing Seals.
GREAT STAGE SHOW.
Next Week Wild West del8-13
Since July 1. 1889.
This remarkable sale ot dwellings proves con
clusively that the square meets with the ap
Eroval of tbe majority of those wbo are seeking
omes. A few of the advantages and brief de
scriptions are as follows:
Location Directly bordering on Schenley
Park, a magnificent view of which dan be had
from any part of the square. Only four squares
from Filth avenue traction road, and directly
on line of new electric road now being com
pleted as a feeder to the Fifth avenuenine, and
which brings tbe square within 20 minutes of
Pittsburg postofflce for 5 cents.
Dwellings are constructed of brick by day
work, not by contract, contain 8 and 9 rooms,
wide halls, baths, inside w. c. Inside shutters,
range, laundry, cemented cellars, automatic
electric lighting;, slate mantels and tile hearths;
In fact, ail modern conveniences.
The sqnare is 120 feet wide, with nark in the
center, around which runs aspbaltum paved
streets and sidewalks. Perfect sewerage, gas,
water, etc Price 86,600 to 10,000. Terms
Small cash payment down, balance 500 per
annum. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO,
del4 81 99 Fourth avenue.
NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF ALLEGHENY
county 5 per cent riot bonds In accord
ance witb an act of Assembly passed 14th day
of April, 1881, and by resolution of the County
Commissioners ol Nov. 29, '89. Notice is here
by given to the holders of 5 per cent 10-20 riot
bonds of tbe county of Allegheny, that tbe
connty will avail Itself of the right to redeem,
on January L 1890, all of said bonds. A large
amonnt of said bonds to be redeemed for
cancellation, and tbat portion of the loan not to
be cancelled will be exchanged for 3 per cent
6-20 year registered bonds of tbe denomination
of J 1,000 each.
Interest payable semi-annually and free of
The present holders of the bonds outstand
ing first having the right and privilege to ex
change for said re-issue, and the first who shall
signify to this office their acceptance of said
new bonds will be placed first in tbn order of
exchange. JOSIAH SPEER,
PrnsBUBO. Pa.. November 80. deH6-MT
HDD you married? If not, send yonr address to
HE AMERICAN OORR"ESPONDING
CLUB; Box 648; Clarksburg, W. Vs.
TO LET-BBICK. D WB LL1N G.WASHTN GTON
street, Allegheny; 12 rooms, modern Im
provements. Inquire BOOM 208, Blssell Block.
Offices. Dealt Boom. Oze,
TO LET-LARGE OFFICE INQUIRE BOOM
208, Blssell Block. de4-f6-MWTu
TO LrTT-FOUBTH AVE. OFF1CE-2 OFFICES
first floor, between Smlthfield and Wood;
well lleli ted: also large front office. Inquire
JIOHHI3 FLEMING. 110 Fourth ave.
TO LET-830O PER YEAB-A LARGE, WELL
LIGHTED office with all modem conven
iences; newly painted and papered; has two large
closets for storage room. Inquire at GERMAN IA
SAVINGS BANK. 433 Woorfst. nol3-J.-D
TO LET-NOT A 6-ROOJI BRICK HOUSE,
but to let you know that you can select
the nicest goods suitable for holiday gifts at M.
J. SM11 '3 311 Smlthfield St.. who la selllnir ladles'
rings solid gold, at 81 50. S3 CO. C! 75, and war-
ERSONAL NEW" BOOKS-HUNDREUS OF
new books, nicely bound In cloth gilt, at 25c
each: many fine books In elegant bindings: come
and see them. LEVI'S BOOKSTORE, Liberty
St., near Ninth. nc3-33
OERSONAL-HE FELL IN LOVE WITH HIS
X wife, and well he might after she presented
him with one of 11. J. Smlt's beautiful gold
watches, whi b costber bnt 825 M. J. SMIT; 311
Smlthfield su, third door from Fonrth ave.
PERSONAL HIS LOVE- SUDDENLY RE
TURNED; recently they had not been on the
best of terms owing to a little family iar occa
sioned by the wife insisting on being allowed to
renovate his wearing appareL and which, ot
course, was done in a bungling manner: In order
to prevent the trouble they agreed to send all
their wort hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor, 5
t ifth ave., corner Wood St., second floor, and
now everything Is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns In their household. Telephone 1553.
KEWAED 5-50 HEWABD-LOST ON FRIDAY.
December 13. 18S9, on the Perrysvllle plank
road,!etween Wexford and Allfgheny.or on East.
Second, Middle, Ohio, Pike or lien street or Jdad
Ison ave., Allegheny, two letters, one addressed
to Dr. John E. Davis. 5 North ave.. Allegheny,
and one to Dr. L. G. Davis, 232 Fifth ave.. Mc
Keesport: a reward of $50 will be paid for tbe re
turn of tbe letters unopened, or for information
leading to the recovery of same, to JOHN
GLENN. Mayor's office, or JOHN I). DAVIS. OB
North ave.. Allegheny. de!5-51
FOUND-THAT M. J. SMIT, 311 SM1THFIELD
St.. has an ladles' gold watches, all stem
winders ana setters, which be Is selling from f9
toS45eacb, and every watch Is warranted for
time and quality, and are suitable for holiday
ltememDer ine name ana numDer, m. j.
SMIT. 311 Smlthfield st.
OTRAYED TO THE RESIDENCE OF H.
O 1IOENTBAEGER. Homewood ave., E.
Tuesday, black and white pig; owner can have
same by proving property and paying charges,
ALLEGHENY NATIONAL BANK. I
PiTTSBTJRa, Pa, December 13, 1SS9. J
ELECTION THE ELECTION FOR DI
RECTORS of this Dank for the ensuing
year will be held at the banking house. No. 45
Fifth avenue, on TUESDAY, January 14, 1890,
between the hours of 11 A. M. and 12 31.
del4-SiD F. C. HUTCHINSON, Cashier.
First National Bank. Pittsburg. Pa.
Pittsbuko. December, 11, 1889
ELECTION THE ANNUAL ELECTION
of nine directors for this bank, to serve
for the ensning year, will be held at the Banking
House, corner Wood St. and Fifth avenne,
TUESDAY, January 14, 1890, between the
hours ot 11 A. JL and 1 o'clock p. M.
de!4-3I x J. D. SCULLY.
RY GOODS AT AUCTION
$30,000 worth which must positively be closed
out, by order of the receiver.
Commencing WEDNESDAY MORNING.
December 18, at 10 o'clock, at the rooms. No.
3U Market street.
The goods embrace the finest line of dress
goods, and will be sold to suit everybody.
Now is tbe time to buy. Everything sold
will be a bargain for the money.
Daily sales will ho at JO, 2 and 5-20 o'clock
until all are gone.
Come and seenre these bargains.
HENRY AUCTION CO., L1M,,
AUCTION SALE-AT THE ROOMS NO.
3U Market st., TUESDAY, Dec 17, at 10
Fine English rag parlor suit, satin, broca
telle. silk, tapestry, plush and haircloth parlor
furniture, bookcase, secretaries, desks,lounges,
hall racks, portieres, curtains, bonquet stands,
library tables, vases, clocks, pictures, orna
ments, fancy rockers, brnssels and ingrain
room, ball and stair carpets, bedding, chamber
suits, mattresses, springs, toilet ware, seal
sacqne, fur wraps, rattan coods. folding beds,
china closets, sideboards, silver cutlery, exten
sion tables, china, glass and silverware.
HENRY AUCTION CO .
ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF FURNITURE,
The large stock of W. H. Thompson & Co..
No. 305 wood St., must be closed out at once.
regardless of cost.
del5-S THOS. W. McCUNE. Assicuee.
OFFICE OF THE CITY TREASURER. I
Pittsbuko, December 2, 1889. f .
NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the duplicates for the second as
sessments of water rents (for new buildings
completed since April L 1S90,) have been placed
in my hands for collection, and payable at this
office during the month of December.
All water rents remaining unpaid January 1,
1830, will be placed In the bands of W.R.
Ford, Collector of Delinquent Taxes, with 5
per cent added, for collection.
J. F. DENNISTON,
de3-3S-D City Treasurer.
AN ORDINANCE-AUTHORIZING THE
construction of a sewer on Homewood
avenue, from Penn avenue to a connection
with sewer on Homewood avenne at Tioga
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by
the city of Pittsbnrg, in Select and Common
Councils assembled, and it is hereby or
dained and enacted by the authority of tbn
same. That tbe Chief of the Department of
Public Works be and is hereby authorized
and directed to advertise in accordance with
tbe acts of Assembly of tbe Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania and the ordinances of the said
city of nttSDurg relating tuereto ana regu
lating the same, for proposals for the con
struction of a pipe sewer on Homewood
vbvenne, commencing at Penn avenue, thence
to 3ieaae street, la luuues m uiauieier, auu
from thence 18 inches in diameter, to a con
nection with a sewer on Homewood avenue,
near Tioga street, tbe contract therefor to be
let in the manner directed by the said
acts of Assembly and ordinance. The cost and
expense of the same to be assessed and collected
in accordance witb tbe provisions of an act of
Assembly of tbe Commonwealth of Pennsyl
vania, entitled "An act relating to streets and
sewers in cities of the second class," approved
the 16th dav of .May, A. D. 18S9.
Section 2 That any ordinance or part of
ordinance conflicting with tbe provisions of
tbis ordinance be and tbe same is hereby re
pealed so far as the same affects this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted Into a law in Councils
this 25th dav ot November. A. D. 1889.
H. P. FORD, President of Select Council..
Attest: GEO. SHEPP ARD, Clerk of Select
Conceit. W. A. MAGEE, President of Com
mon Council pro tem. Attest: GEO. BOOTH,
Clerk of Common Council.
Mayor's office, November 27,1839. Approved:
WM-McCALLIN. Mayor. Attest: ff.fl.116.
CLEARY, Mayor's Clerk.
Recorded in Ordinance Book. vol. 7, page 203.
11th day of December, A. D 1SS9. delS-M
AN ORDINANGE-AUlHORIZrNG THE
construction of a sewer on Snowden alley,
from Willow street to Valley stieet.
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsbnrg, in Select and Common Conn
cils assembled, and it is, hereby ordained and
enacted bv the authority of the same. That
the Chief "of tbe Department of Pnblic Works
be and is hereby authorized and directed to
advertise in accordance with the acts of
Assembly of the Commonwealth of Penn
sylvania and tbe ordinances of the said
city of Pittsbnig relating thereto and
regulating the same, for proposals for tbe
construction of a 13-inch pipe sewer on Snow
den alley, commencing at willow street, thence
to a connection with sewer on Valley street,
the contract therefor to be let in the manner
directed by the said acts of Assembly and ordi
nances. The cost and expense of tbe same to
be assessed-ana coiiectea in accoraance witn
the provisions of an act pt Assembly of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled "An
act relating to streets and sewers in cities of
the second class," approved the 16th day of
May, A. D. 1889.
Section 2 That any ordinance or part of ordi
nance conflicting with tbe provisions of this
ordinance be and tbe .same is hereby repealed
'M fax as the same aSects this oEdiaancs.
Ordained and enacted Into a law In Councils,
this 25th day or .November, A. d. isov. ,
AttXitr 'GEO. SHEPPARD. Clerk of Seleecl
Council. W. A. MAGEE. President of ConvjE
mon Conncil pro tem., Attesv: UJSU. awxn,
Clerk of Common Council.
riT' nffli-a. Novembers?. 1S89-. AonroredtFi
VM. MCCALLTN, Mayor. Attest: W.H.MOV
ni.VADV Mavna Plarlr ...
Recorded In Ordinance Book. vol. 7, page 213V"9
HthdayofDecember.A. v., isw. aeio-u ,
ORDINANCE-GRANTING TO THEL
XI. East End Street Railway Company the
Section 1 Be Jt ordained and enacted by the) !J
city oi pittsourg. in select ana common coun
cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and
enacted by the authority of the same, Thatj
the East End Street Railway Comnanv be and
is hereby authorized to construct and operate
a single or double track railway over the fol
lowing streets and ayenneain-tbe city of Pltts-J
Durg. xo-wit: to construct and operateiiia 1
main line of railway on Penn avenue froma.
point near Shady avenue, and thencaq
extending eastwardly along Penn avenue
to the city line; Also to construct and
operate a branch railway upon Ftftk'
thence upon Grazier street to Homeiroodf
avenao, ana me nee suong uo me wood a venue toja
FraokstownaTenne: also to construct and oik
erate a branch railway frorn the mtersectlon'ofi
xTciiu avenue huu rum avenue aiong xmia,
ftiiOratA r T-anith VftilvrctV frnm tftarlntirNaAtinm'i
of Peon arenne with an alley opposite to thotj
mAn) a T. nrl twdh atAA & a1m.m aaFjIO
uiwuma V Mtuunsui BMCGk, sUDUbO tUUU AK.
alley to Shakespeare street, and thence along -Shakespeare
street to Center avenue.
Section 2 That said East End Street Rail- :
way Company, in building and operating the-.N
une or lines ox. rauway coniempiaxea ny lam
the routes hereinbefore designated, shall have, . i
me rigni to construct ana use came orelec- i
trical appliance for motive power, and. shall"
iiuve me ngnt to construct suDways neneatu
the surface of the streets for that nurnose.
Section 3 Tbat the said railway company,
before constructing such subways, shall sUtK
mit the plans of the same to the Committee on
Public Works of the Councils of thieltynf
Pittsbnrg and, before tbe same are built and V
constructed, snail he approved by said Com
mittee and tbe Chief of the Department off -Public
Works, and such, subways so an-
proved shall be subject In their construction fa
ana erection to the control and supervision ol .
the Chief ot the Department of Public Worka-VJ
section 4 J. he rights granted by this ordi
nance are expressly given upon tneconaiiionp
that tbe East End Street Railway Company '
shall Dave so much of ail streets or avenues as
is occupied by it between its tracks and one j
loot outsme its tracKS witn mock stone, as- -nhaltum
or other enually good materials, to ba ,
approved by the Chief of the Department of pi
Public Works, ana keep the same in perpetual i'3
mu,,l Mn.i, a ,ni v Ya Hi atost hvfh. fTl.iAf tfi -j
th riarTtn,0nt ftf PnMIi. Wrtrlro "J
Section 5 Tbe said railway company shall
commecce to bnild and erect its plant within
nine months from tbe date of the passage of '
this ordinance; otherwise tbe rights and privi
leges irrantinsr hereunder shall be forfeited. i
Section 6 Tbat before the provisions of this&?
ordinance shall go into effect tbe said East End J.
xiauway company au;ui,wibura uiirtvuaya ajfcera
its approval oy tne iuayor.nie lis written accept-,
ance, attested by the band of Its Presidents
and Secretary and the seal of the company
aereein- to its terms. .
Section 7 The Chief of the Department Of?
Pnbhc Works shall have the right to employ-sM
and place suitable persons to supervise thskj
construction of said railway authorized 6rl
this ordinance at the cose ana expense oi i
this company, and in no event shall the city of
nttsnnrg do neiu name ior any damage to
person or property that may occur in anr man
ner or nnder any circumstances daring' the
progress of the work thereon. '
Section 8 That any ordinance or part of or
dinance conflicting with the provisions of this
ordinance, be and tbe same i3 hereDy repealed
so faras the same affects tbi? ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils
tbis 25th day ol November. A. D. 1889.
H. P. FORD. President of Select Council.
Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD, Clerk of Select, '
.ouncii. vt . j. jMAUXtX, rmiuciibui sun
mon conncil pro tem. Attest: UU. buuih,
Clerk of Common Council. .
Mayor's office, November 29, 1889. Approved-' .
WM. McCALLTN. Mayor. Attest: ROBERT, i
OSTERMAIER. Assistant Mayor's Clerk.
Recorded in Ordinance Book. vol. 7, page 218;.;
litn uay oi .Decern Der. a. v. issu. aeio-n?
A N ORDINANCE-AUIHORIZING THE?
construction of a sewer on Broad street,,,
Irom Fairmont street to a, connection with r
sewer on Neeley avenue. SS
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by than
(JifcJ UX & ilWUUlg, IU UGJClih OUU I.U1UU1"U VUU1P ,
clis assomniea, ana it is nereDy oraaineaana.
enacted bv tbe authority of the same. That thev.
Chief of the Department of Pnblic Works be
and is hereby authorized and directed to adver
tise In accordance with the acts of Assembly ofy
me uommonweaibu oi sr cunsyivania auu uio
ordinances of tne said city of Pittsburg
relating thereto and regulating the
same. for proposals for the con
struction of a nine sewer. 15 inches In
diameter on Broad street, from Fairmont
street to a connection hub a suwer uu ncgie '
avenne tbe contract therefor to beletlnthe.fi
TnAnnArriiraetpd by the said acts of Assembly
and ordinances. The cost and expense ottheril
same to be assessed and collected in accordance . a
with the provisions of an act of Assembly of9
tne uommonweaim ol jrenusvivama. euuuw a
"An act relating to streets and sewers in cities Vj
of tbe second class,' approved tne lotn aay otg
Aiay, a. u. issh.
Section 2 That anr ordinance or part of
dlnance conflicting with the crovisions of thill
ordinance be, and the same is hereby repealedjj
so iar as tne same anecis mis ordinance. s
Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils!
this 25th day of November, A. D. 1889. B
H. P. FORD. President of Select ConncilS
Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD, Clerk of Select!
Council. GEO. L. HOLLIDAY. President WJ
Common Council. Attest: GEO. BOO!
Clerk of Common Council.
Mayor's Office. November 274889. Approved!!
W3i. juccaLlUlh, Mayor. Attest: w. i
McCLEARY. Mayor's ClerJr.
Recorded m Ordinance Book; voL 7, page 209,1
litn aay oi uecem oer. a. u. isov. aeio-UH
1 N ORDINANCE-ADlHORIZING THBI
XJ. construction ofa sewer on ilcColly street;
from east side of Hiland avenue, connecting
with a sewer on Neeley avenne.
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted bv tbej
city of Pittsbnrg in belect and Common Conn3
cils assembled, and it Is hereby ordained and!
enacted by the authority of the same. That the
Chief of the Department of Public Works be?
and is hereby authorized and directed to ad4
vertlse in accordance witb the acts of AssenH
bly uf the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and
the ordinances of tbe said ciiy of Pittsburg res
lating tnereto ana regniatmg tne same, iors
IiroposaU for tbe construction of a pipe eewer
8 inched in diameter on McCully street, from
tne eastsiae oi ouanu avenne to a connection
with a sewer on Negley avenne. tbe contract
therefor to be let in the manner directed by the
said act3 of Assembly and ordinances. The
cost and expense of the same to be assessed
and collected in accordance with the provi
sions ot an act of Assembly of tbe Common
wealth of Pennsylvania entitled, "An act. re;
lating to streets and sewers in cities of the
second class,' approved the 16th day of May;
A. Lf. ION. itJJ
Section 2 That any ordinance or part, of
ordinance conflicting with tbe provisionsio
this ordinance be and the same is hereby re
pealed, so far as the same affects this oroKl
Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils!
this 23th day of November, A. D 1889. e '
H. P. FORD. President of Select Council.!
Attestr GEO. SHEPPARD. Clerk of Select!
Council. W. A. MAGEE. President of Coma
mon Council pro tem. Attest: UEO.BOOTHji
Cleric ot uomuoR council. "ib
Mayor's office. November 27. 1889. ADnrovedil
WM. MCCALLIN. Mayor. Attest: W. BH
M CClxtOA.lt X, Mayor's ClerK. '- i.H
Recorded in Ordinance Book. vol. 7, page 219
muuayoi jjecemoer, a.u izbh. ueio-ll
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE
opening of Eraline street, from Liberty
..wannaf,, ttrattrl'a Rill at oat &H
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted, by.tha
city of Pittsbnrg. in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is hereby orualnedand
enacted by the autnonty ot the same, Tbatthe
Chief of tbe Department of Public WorksEbeC
and is hereby authorized and directed to causa
to be surveyed and opened within CO days
from the date of the pajsagoof
iiits orumance, x.vaitue Btreer, zrOBs,
Liberty avenne to Breed's Hill street:
at a width of 50 feet; in accordance with ordi
nances of Councils locating the same, approved
November 12, 1880. and September 2!, J1877J
The damages caused thereby and the benefits:
to pay the same to be assessed and collected m
accordance with tbe provisions of an act of 'Aa
sembiy of tbe commonwealth of Pennsylvania;
entitled. "An act relating td streets and sewer
in ci'les of tbe second class," approved the lock
dav of Mar. A. D. 1889. 'jmtt
Section 2 That any ordinance or partTof
oruinance connicung witn me. provisinnaiof
tms orainance be ana tne same is nerebyjre
pealed so far as tbe same affects this ordinance!
Ordained and enacted into a law In Cottnctttl
this 25th day of November, A. D. 1889. j&Bm
H. P. FORD, Preident of Select Council.!
Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD, Clerk ot Select!
Conncil. W. A. MAGEE, President of Cora4
mon council pro tein, Attest: U-tu. uuoXr
Clerkof Common CtiunciL ,-inma
Mayor's Office. November 27, 1S89. Approved:
McCLEARY. Mayor's Clerk. -at
Recccded in Ordinance Book, vol.7, pase 25,1
-suxu4jr ut ftweuuer, n. xj. loo?., AueiuUI
Continued on Sixth Paae.'
And all manner or bmall InstramewS
delO-Di FUth avenutfl
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