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DECEMBER'12; . 1889.
1 COMPLETED CHURCH
Si . .
last. Agnes if. u. tamce to be tor-
FIRST FUUCTION OP THE BISHOP.
fi In Imposing Hnsical Programme to be a
Feature of the Day.
A STREET PAEADE OF SOCIETIES
An important religions event of next
Sunday will be the dedication of St. Agnes
Soman Catholic Church, on Fifth avenue,
Soho. The ceremonies -will be exceedingly
impressive and will be the first ecclesiasti
cal functions of the Bishop of Pittsburg,
Bt Ber. Eichard Phelan.
The musical programme will be very
strong. Ch. Gounods "Messe Solenelle"
will be given with Hiss Grace Miller and
Messrs. Brockett and Sohmer as soloists;
Miss Annie B. Mc Aleer, as harpist; Gern
ert's orchestra of 30 pieces and a chorns of
30 voices in conjunction -with the organ.
Solemn High Mass, Coram Pontificio, will
be snng.' Before the sermon, by Bev. Mor
gan M. Sheedy, Campana's "Veni Creator"
will foe sung by Miss Caroline Schmertx,
with violin obligate by Mr. John Gernert.
lambillotte's exquisite "Landa Sion" will
be rendered as the offertory. The dedica
tion will be by the bishop, according to the
enstomary ritual of the Soman Catholic
A PABADE IN ITS HONOR.
The Catholic organizations of the county
are making preparations for an immense
parade Sunday morning in honor of the
dedication. It is expected that the demon
stration will be one of the largest held for
some time. Yesterday Grapd Marshal
Joseph Bosinski issued the following order:
Headq'bs St. Agnes CHtmcH Parade, I
PrrrsBCBG, December 11, 1SS9.
General order No. L
The Grand Marshal announces the following
appointments: Assistant Grand Marshals,
X.ukeBenns and John McFarland; Adjutant
General: Charles Zalesski; Chief of Staff,
Aid Pat Gillespie. P. M. Connelly, Edward
Scanlon, Martin Costello, John G. Grogan,
Owen Murphy, B. R. Mclnerney, Arthur Cree
ran, Jr Francis Carroll, Thomas Lowtber,
Thomas J. Carev, James Mahon, Peter Devln,
Joseph Good, J. T. Dailey, Captain P. Mc
Gowan, Peter Rocks, John Mitten, Thomas
Quinlan. Michael McCarthy, Martin Brennan,
John Maddin, Thomas L. McAnally. 8. H.
Getson, John W. Cnrran, James McKeefrey,
Joseph Held. John McGuire. Thomas Collins.
James Tinneriug. J. B. McCauIar, Cornelius
O'Donnell, Andrew RabayenskL Frank Pleln,
Joseph GrabowsU, Jacob Sonnefeld. .
The Grand Marshal will wear a white
sash with a red and white rosette; As
sistant Marshal Burns a red sash; Assistant
Marshal McFarland, a green sash; Ad
jutant General, white sash with red rosette;
Chiei of Staff, red sash with white rosette;
aids, red, white and bine sash. All mem
bers of the staff will wear silk hats and buff
TOBMAIION OF THE PARADE.
The Grand Marshal and staff will assemble
at St. Stanislaus K, Catholic Church, Twenty
second and Small streets, at 8:30 A. M. sharp,
Sunday. December 15, 1SS9. to proceed from
there to the corner of-Fifth avenue and Grant
street, where the main body will form.
The first division will consist of Major John
Coyne with six companies of the Irish Battalion
ana the Ancient Order of Hibernians.
The second division will consist of the Polish
uniformed knights and the societies of the
The third division will consist of Colonel
Felix McKnigbt with eight companies ol rifles
and the A. O. H Band of Erin.
The fourth division will consist of the Emer
ald Beneficial Association.
Tbe first division will form on Grant street.
right resting on Fifth avenue: the second divis
ion on Filth avenue, right resting on Grant
street; the third division on Seventh avenue,
richt resting on Grant street: the fourth di
vision on New Grant street, right resting on
Seventh avenne; the fifth division, composed
of societies not mentioned and pebple in car
riages, will form on liberty street, right resting
on Grant street.
The route will be from the corner of Fifth
avenue an I Grant street, along Fifth avenne
to St. Agnes Church.
All divisions will be at place of formation at
8.30 A. 3L sharp. The parade will move at 9 A.
M. sharp, and it Is honed that all societies par
ticipating will be ready to move at that hour.
By order of Joseph Rosikski.
CnAEX.ES Zaxesski. Chief Marshal.
Michael Benke. Chief of Staff.
AlfCDZNT ORDER OP HIBERNIANS.
The Marshal of the Ancient Order of Hi
bernians has issued the following order for
Headquarters a. O. H., i
PrrrSdUBU, December 11, 18S9. J
General Orders No. l
Having been elected Marshal of the A. O.
H. division of the St. Agnes Church parade,
the following appointments are hereby an
nounced: Assistant Marshals, Daniel McWilliams and
Owen Murphy: Chief of Staff, Matbew Cav
anaugh; Staff, Philip Kelly, Patrick Murphy.
P. M. Connelly, Edward Duane, Thomas Cox,
Bernard McPoland. William Scanlon. Maurice
Speilane. B. R. McNierney, J. W. Giles, Owen
McKenna, Festus Madden, Martin Costello, B.
McGmnness. Thomas Quinlan, John Lanaban,
Joseph Good, James Keane, Ed Flynn,
John Clark, John Mitten, Martin Mc
Cormick. James Nells, James Sheridan,
Dr. McMullen,P. J. Lamh.ThomasL. McNally,
Martin Brennan, John Murray, William Lamb,
Peter King, Robert Ray. Line Aids John E.
Donnelly, William McGovern, Edward Scan
lon. Peter Ward. Robert Connors, James 11c
Cague, Thomas Conley, Arthur Cregan. Cor
nelius Shea, Patrick Ricarus, Patrick Gilleece,
James Cohen, Humphrey Lynch, P. Donnelly,
Peter Rocks, Michael Bane, Michael Brady,
Dennis McCarthy, Patrick Foley, John Mad
den. The marshal will wear white sash; assistant
marshals, green sashes; chief of staff, red sash;
staff, silk hats, white cloves and rosettes; line
aids, scarlet regalia.
All officers will report promptly at headquar
ters, Wylie avenue, at 8.30 A. vl, December 15.
These officers will serve at the dedication of
St. Francis Church, Chartiers, December 22 at
10 A.M. By order of
Thomas J. McCosker. Marshal.
Hathxw C a van aug h, chief of Staff.
HOLIDAY TABLE DELICACIES.
j. Largest Line Lotrnt Prices.
' "Look for our special card in next Sun
"Vday's Dispatch, Better send lor the
v Housekeeper's Guide; it will post yon on
' everything in our line; also contains valu
able information for all housekeepers. Store
" open till 9 P. M. until Christmas.
-" Tm. Haslage & Son,
j 18 Diamond Square, Pittsburg.
. CLAY BALLS OR BLOCKS
For Natural Gm Fires.
Everybody should nse them in their grates
. er open stoves. They are much nicer than
broken fire brick, as they make a clean and
cheerful fire. Those manufactured from the
Missouri Fire Clayby Dixon, Woods & Co.,
Thirtieth street, Southside, city, are the
best. Tor sale by all dealers.
THE enormous sales in holiday goods for
the past week only encourage us to greater
"" efforts. Let those buy now who never bought
before, and those who have bought, bny now
the more. Ton cannot get too much of a
gooa thing. See our great variety of useful
presents, and cheap, too. All goods care
fully stored and delivered promptly.
... . Hoppeb Bros. & Co.
, "" ITS 307 Wood street.
Fail to call early, as our complete assort
ment is being rapidly broken up by early
Habdt & Hates',
Jewelers, Silversmiths and Art Dealers,
29 Smithfield St. .New building.
Sate time and money by selecting ylnr
presents from the immense stock, at Harri-
I son's toy store, 123 Federal st, Allegheny.
EWVPimrn li.nMin Ifl T!Tt ? Ra?A
feolored silk; a"35-piece lot, Tegular $3 60
HEALTH AND BEAUTY.
Two Tblncs Tliat Are Inseparable, and How
to Preserve Them.
The subject of good looks is one in which
everybody takes a deep interest, and it is
natural and proper that everybody should
do so. If we did not all like to apnear well
in the eyes ot other persons, how soon would
we become untidy, unkempt, slovenly and
dirty. It is because of this universal desire
to make a good appearance that men and
women keep themselves clean and dress
well. It is a trait, therefore, that serves a
most useful purpose.
Opinions as to what conslitntes beauty
differ widely. Persons that are regarded as
handsome by one are declared to be posi
tively homely by another. "Pretty is as
pretty does," say some; others pay no heed
whatever to character or conduct, but judge
wholly by external appearance; some hold
that the features are the correct criteria;
others that the expression has everything to
do with it.
But, while views on these points are
widely divergent, all agree that no person,
and especially no woman, can be beautiful
whose complexion is bad. Hermind maybe
cultured, her character noble, her features
regular, and her expression charming; but
if her face is covered with unsightly pimples
and other skin eruptions, her beanty is
marred and spoiled. It is for this reason
that the appearance of the smallest blotch
upon the face annoys a woman beyond ex
pression. And when blotches appear in
great numbers, covering the vrhole lace as
they olten do, ber life is made absolutely
miserable. With men the effect may not be
the same in degree, but it is the same in
The eruptions of the skin that thus dis
figure the face are divided Into two classes,
each one of which embraces a number of
less distinct varieties. These two classes are
acute skin diseases and constitutional skin
diseases. Both classes are very disfiguring,
but the latter class is always chronic and
more difficult to cure than the other. It
will be useless to attempt to give the names
of all the varieties belonging to these classes,
because most of them are scientific names
and would not be recognized by the general
reader. Some of them are patches of differ
ent colors and sizes some are blisters, and
some are pimples of different colors, sizes,
shapes and characters. All are unsightly
and annoying. Some of them burn, some
sting and some itch, and all destroy the
looks of the face.
Many persons, not understanding the na
ture of these eruptions, seek to both conceal
and remove tbem bycertain external appli
cations aud operations. They invariably
fail. And why? Simply becanse the root
of the trouble is more than skin deep. These
eruptions indicate that the whole system is
ontof order; that the blood is impure or
diseased. To cure them, therefore, it is
necessary to get the system in order and to
purify the blood. In other words, pimples
show that the body is not in a healthy state,
and it must be restored to health before they
will disappear. Certain external applica
tions are beneficial, as is shown by Dr.
HartmanB useful "Ills of Iiife." But the
internal remedies, the remedies that get
right at the root of the whole trouble and
destroy the impurities that feed the eruptions,
are by far the most important. As there are
two classes of eruptions, so there are
two remedies; and the remedies that have
met with the most unparalleled success in
the cure of these eruptions are Pe-ru-na and
La-cu-pi-a, the former for acute diseases of
the skin, and the latter tor the constitutional
and chronic diseases. Their success in the
cure of these diseases has indeed been re
markable. Sometimes it is advisable, when
taking either Pe-rn-na or La-cu-pi-a, if the
bowels are constipated, to take Man-a-lin to
regulate the liver and keep the bowels in
order. One trial will satisfy anyone that
they are all that it is claimed they are.
They demonstrate their own worth in man
ner far more convincing than words. Give
them a trial. One dollar a bottle; six for
five dollars. If your druggist does not keep
them, send the money to the Peruna Medi
cine Company, Columbus, O. Tour order
will be promptly filled. Thsuwk
An Klccant and Tjiofnl ChrUtmal Present,
Is Will L. Thompson's collection of popu
lar American copyright' music A mam
moth collection, consisting of popular songs;
songs -with chorus, concert quartets, popu
lar sacred songs, sacred quartets, comic
songs, piano solos and mnsic for parlor or
gan. The selections include none but the
most valuable and most popular American
copyright music. The book is very large,
handsomely bound in heavy cloth, 381
cages, full sheet musie size. Price, $5.
From now until Christmas, will send it, ex
press prepaid, to any part of XT. S. or Canada,
upon receipt of $3. (The mnsic, when
bought in sheet form, costs ML) Address
Will L. Thompson & Co.,
tts Hast Liverpool, O.
JAPANESE WARE BAZAAR.
Open for the Holiday Only.
Ton will wonder at our fine display.
Goods are going rapidly, and we would ad
vise you to call early. Special discounts on
Store open till 9 p. M. until Christmas.
Wm. Haslage & Son,
Select Family Grocers,
18 Diamond Square, Pittsburg.
Useful and Entertaining
The stock of George Kappel, 77 Firth
ave., is especially selected for the Holiday
Trade, and consists of everything found in a
first-class Musical Instrument establish
ment. An inspection of the goods and prices
is invited, and onr word for it, you will be
delighted And astonished at the complete
and handsome variety. Ton will find it a
pleasure to make a selection, to say nothing
of the reasonable prices. 12,22
Nothing lasts so long in the memory of, or
is more appreciated by ladies or gentlemen
than that which adds to their comfort and
happiness. See our Xmas presents before
bnying elsewhere. Cash or credit 307
Wood street. Hoppeb Bbos. & Co.
REAL ESTATE SAVINGS BANK, L1M,
401 Smithfield Street, cor. Fonrth Avenne.
' Capital, $100,000. Surplus, '$50,000.
Deposits of $1 and upward received and
interest allowed at 4 per cent. tts
We will close out onr entire stock of dress
goods, wraps, underwear, etc, without re
serve, to give ns more room for wall paper.
Come for bargains to 68 and 70 Ohio street,
tts Abthtjb, Schondemiteb & Co.
Our large five-story warehouse turned into
retail rooms. Nothing like it in the city.
Come and see the furniture displayed
therein. M. Seibert & Co., Allecheny.
100 pairs all-wool country blankets, full
size, reduced to $5, were $6 50.
ttssu Huqus & Hacke.
Axotheb lot of those 16-inch kid body
bisque dolls for only 50c, at Harrison's toy
Btore, 123 Federal st., Allegheny. tts
The white goods department had quite a
rush to-day on the new white apron goods
with diamond trimming woven in 25 cts. a
yard. . Boggs & Btjhl.
Bbocade velvets, two-toned colorings,
55c a yard, worth regularly $3 per yard. See
window display. Huctrs & Hacke.
CaxIi for Frauenheim & Vilsark's cele
brated Pilsner beer, ou draught at all first
Novelties in embroidered nightshirts.
James H. Aiken & Co., 100 Fifth are.
'Blaib's ;Prixs-Great XagUtfe .et and
rheumaticiresBedy. Bwe, )WFfa'eeot-
Hon. Mahon H. Chance Gives Some
HOW THE UNITEJ) STATES C0MPAEES
With Other Countries of the World in.
$4,000,000 WASTED IN EXCHANGES
The Hon. Mahon H. Chance, Secretary of
the American Tariff League, is in the city
on business connected with the association.
Mr. Chance says, with regard to the opera
tions of the league, that it has a strong com
mittee at the Capital to watch the action of
Congress with respect to tsrifflegislation.
The committee will prepare statistics on in
dustries concerning which legislation may be
proposed, and nll appear before the Commit
tee of. Ways and Means iorthe purpose of af
fording it all requisite information relative
to the industries proposed to be legislated
upon. It will advocate the addition to the
free list of all commodities nqt manufact
ured in this country, and raw materials for
use in this country which are not manu
NOT HOBBrULX BADICAL.
It will advocate jute being put on the free
list, for it argnes that until some inventive
genius has produced a machine to handle
it, it will be impossible ior this country
to -compete with the cheap labor
of the East Indies. The committee
will further advocate the subsidizing
of steamship lines to Sonth American ports.
Comparing the amount ot snbsidy riaid by
the maritime nations for carrying mails and
other purposes, Mr. Chance said that out of
823,000,000 expended, England paid $4,500,
000; France, 56,750,000; Germany, $3,250,
000; Italv, $3,500,000; Brazil. $1,
750,000; Spain, 51,000,000; the Argen
tine Republic, $1,000,000; and the
five Central States, $71,000. The 42 United
States of America paid only $49,000 to its
own ships, bnt to ships of other nations
In 1888 the United States bought from
South American countries goods to the
valne of $117,000,000, but as these goods
were paid for through European exchanges
this country actually paid an additional
HOW TO save $4,000,000.
Mr. Chance says that the committees will
urge upon Congress the necessity of sub
sidizing ships for an inter-American trade,
and he holds that the $4,000,000 now paid to
loreign countries would go far in this direc
tion, be saved to the country, aud go far
toward improving commercial relations with
the South American countries. Spea&ing
of railroad traffic, Mr. Chance said that the
United States possessed 48 per cent of all
the railroad communication of the world,
and yet it carried freight for less rates than
the other 52 per cent
Indian Auocletlon Meeting.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Woman's National Indian Association of
Pittsburg and Allegheny will be held this
afternoon at 3 at No. 49 Stockton ave
nue, Allegheny. This will be an unusual
ly interesting meeting, as the delegates to
the National Association Conference, held
recently in Newark, N. J.f will make their
Hope Crashed to Enrth
By repeated bnt ineffectual attempts to get rid
of chronic indigestion, will rise again after a
few doses of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, the
finest corrective that everbrongbt comfort to a
dvspeptic stomach. Bilious sufferers, victims
of chills and fever, the rheumatic, the.nervous,
and sufferers from-kidney and bladder trouble.
never resort to It in vain.
Ferfeciion, Elesanee and Reliability
This trio of words, conveying more than
the ordinary significance, comprises the es
tablished motto at Mellor & Hoene's famons
establishment a honse in its line the oldest
in the city of Pittsburg, and unquestiona
bly unexcelled for liberality and courteous
attention to patrons. The principals are in
defatigable in personal attention to visitors,
and per force of their wide experience in
trade handle only such pianos and organs as
are perfect in construction and which conse
quently afford unlimited satisfaction.
Amont: the pianos will be found the Hard
man, Erakauer, Eimball and Harrington
makes, all of them built on the most
thorough aconstic and artistic principles,
many being absolutely elaborate and ex
quisite in designs of case and finish. In
organs they make a specialty of the Chae,
Palace, Eimball and Chicago Cottage
manufactures, which they have in styles
and sizes suitable for churches, lecture
rooms, halls and residences, each make
sharing the highest awards for general ex
cellence. Those contemplating the purchase
of an instrument during the holidays will
do well to call at once or send for catalogues
and full particulars of easy payment plan
to Messrs. Mellor & Hoene, at 77 Fifth
avenue, aud you will be the recipient of the
most courteous treatment and receive a full
line of catalogues.
Mnsic Boxet Moilc Boxes It
H. Kleber & Bro. have just received a
larse aud elegant assortment of music boxes,
specially ordered for the holidays. This lot
comprises mandolin, guitar, piccolo, sublime
harmonie, zither and interchangeable cylin
der boxes, made of the best material through
out. Klebers' also have in stock the cele
brated Washburn guitars, mandolins and
zithers, as also a large variety of violins,
cornets, banjos, musie rolls, and everything
pertaining to the musio line. Prices lower
than any other house. Store open every
evening. H. Kleber & Bbo.,
No. 606 Wood street.
HOLIDAY TABLE DELICACIES.
Largest Line Lowest Price.
Look for our special card in next Sun
day's Dispatch. Better send for the
Housekeeper's Guide; it will post you on
everything in onr line; also contains valu
able information for all housekeepers. Store
open till P. M. until Christmas.
Wm. Haslage & Son-,
18 Diamond Square, Pittsburg.
Presents for men a specialty. Ton can
hardly fail to find what yon wish from oar
very1 large assortment. Call early goods
going rapidly, at
Habdt & Hates',
Jewelers, Silversmiths and Art Dealers,
529 Smithfield st New building.
307 Wood Street
Is probably the best-known house in the
city which caters to the wants of all classes,
and many have been the wants this house
has supplied, and many are the blessings be
stowed for supplying these same wants.
Cash, credit and Hopper Bros. & Co. are
synonymous terms. tts
Table cloths, with napkins to match;
very desirable holiday presents, from $4 per
set upward. HuGUS & HACKS.
If yon wish a pretty-faced doll then pur
chase one for same price as common ones, at
Harrison's toy store, 123 Federal St., Alle
Donble width all wool printed cashmeres
to-dav at half -50 cts Will sell easy if yon
see th'em. Booos & Buhl.
Holiday handkerchiefs for ladles, gents
and children; immense choice; lowest prices,
at Bosenbanm & Co. 'a. wrhs
Novxltisb is silk MdliaefliaitklaABd-
JureMeftT. ,L jpnialsjt . - &?, V
"Ditplav advertiicmenti one dollar pr
sguare for one insertion. Clauifled advertize
menu on thit page such ax Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, eia, ten cents per line or each inter-
non, ana none taken Tor lest man nnv mi
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branoh Offices have been
established at the following places,
where "Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion nest morning:
Advertisements are to bo prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts witUTnsul8
THOMAS SfcCAFFUKY, SMBptlcr street.
EMIL G. bTUCKEY. Mth street and Penn ave.
E. G. BTUCKEY ACO., Wylle ave. and Fultonrt.
N. STOK.E1A'. Fifth Avenne Market House.
J. TV. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTEK & SHEIBLEB.Sth av. Atwood St.
JACOB SPOHN, No. I Carson street.
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carson strest
A. 3. KAEBCBEB, S3 Federal street.
U. 3. McBRIDE. Market House, Allegheny.
FRED-H. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. B. EGGEKS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY. Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PE11KYM. GLEIM. Kebecca and Allegheny aves.
W. W. FLOCKEE, Stationer, No. i Grant ave.
THE DISPATCH HA8 OPENED A
BRANCH OFFICE FOB THE SOUTHSLDE
AT NO. 1220 CARSON STREET, WHERE
ADVERTISEMENTS, NEWS AND SUB
SCRn?T10NS CAN BE LEFT. BOTH FOR
GENERAL EDITIONS, AND FOR THE
TT-ANTED-A GOOD BABBEB. APPLY C.
VY MEYER, 1429 Penn ave. delMl
WANTKD-A GOOD. SMART. INTELLI
GENT white boy. Inquire at ST. CHABLES.
-VTTANTED-MAN TO DRILL IN MACHINE
V s'aop; steady work. Address DKLLU Dis
patch office. del2-24
WA N T E D-PKACTICAIi BOOKKEEPEK :
give experience and references. Address
J. H. H., Dispatch office. del2-l5
WANTD A FIRST-CLASS CUTTER. ONE
who can speak German preferred. Inquire
at P. J. LOUGHNEY'S, No. 932 Liberty St.
'TJANTED-COMPKTENT MANAGER FOR
TV small glass works; most come well recom
mended: highest salary paid. Address D. X.,
Dispatch office. dell-28
WANTED-ONE PLUMBER AND ONE GAS
otter at once. Apply to D. CR1SHOLH.
516 Walnut street, McKeesport. Steady work to
the right parties. del2-10O
WANTEU-FEW ENERGETIC MEN OF
good character to sell fancy umbrellas, al
bums, etc.. on easv payments: salary S12 weekly.
UNION CREDIT CO., 103 Fourth ave. dell-5a
WANTED THREE FIRST-CLASS MACHIN
ISTS. Apply betweon 9 and 10 A. M.
UNION FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO.,
LT'D.. Preble avenne, Allegheny City. del2-93
WANTED A LIVE YOUNG MAN, WITH
good address, for office work and collecting.
Address, in own handwriting, giving age and
salary expected, D. V. B., Dispatch office.
ANTED-A MECHANIC WHO HAS A
knowledge of Tiloefittlntr and steam en el-
ueeiing; noneneedapply excepting yonnpr. sober,
Industrious men. Apply to H. M. till I G. Chief
Vnv t.hrumaaw " ,4.11 M
"UA UUWUVH(M OiUVi UC111U
ANTED-KELIABLE LOCAL ANDTRAV-
ELING salesmen: positions permanent;
special Inducements now: fast-selling specialties:
don't delav; salary from start. BROWN BROS.,
Nurseryinn, Rochester, N.Y. sel7-70-TTS
TTTANTED-BY THE UNITED STATES
TV Boiling Stock Company three goodaile
makers and their heaters: mnst be sober, steady
men, who can have steady work the year round,
lnqnireof W. H. CHADDOCK, Superintendent,
Annlston. Ala. de4-23-TWTr
TrANTED A DOCTOR BY THE MINERS
TV and coke workers of Larimer, Pa.: each
man pays fl per month, collected at companies'
office: a large list of subscribers guaranteed.
Call on or address GEO. RAILING, Chairman of
Com., Larimer statrou. Pa. del 2-94
WANTED AGENTS TOSELL TEA. BAKING
powder and pure spices: gifts with goods:
coke "workers, miners or millmi.n can makemoney
In their spare time: special Inducements to per
sona havlnir established trade. YAMASH1KO
TEA. CO., S3 Jackson at., Allegheny, Pa.
T.TrjANTED-SALESMEN AT 75 PER MONTH
TV salarrand expenses, to sell a line ofsllver-
platedware, watches, etc; by sample only; horse
and team famished free: write &t anrn fnr fnii
Eartlculsrs and sample case or goods free. STAN
AB1 SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass.
WANTED A GOOD COOK AND DISH
WASHER at RESTAURANT, No. 158 Fifth
avenue, city. del2-36
WANTED-1W GIRLS TO HAVE THEDJ
photos taken at AUERECHT'S ELITE
GALLERY. 516 Market St., Pitts., to-1ay for
Christmas; cabinets only si per dos. del2-4)
WANTED-! WISH TO ESIPLOY A FEW
ladies on salary to take charge of iny busi
ness at their homes: light, very fascinating and
healthful: wages S10 per week: reference given;
pood pavfor part time. Address with stamp,
MBS. MARION WALKER, Louisville, Ky.
DIolo and Pcmnie Helo-VTrjANTED-M
QUARRYMEN. CO COOKS, 30
tt chambermaids, 100 honse girls, nurse girls,
dishwasher and laundress, col. cook, housekeeper.
Catholic preferred. MEEHAN'S AGENCY. M5
Grant st. de9-D
WANTED-COOKS; WAGES, S3 60 TO 4 00;
chambermaids, diningroom girls, nurses;
100 honse girls: German and colored girls; farm
hands; drivers. MRS. E. THOMPSON, SOS
Grant st. de5-MThs
WANTEU-FIRST-CLASS SOLICITORS. LA
HD1ES and gentlemen, for onr book. "Mary,
the Queen of the Honse of David"; good salary ti
the risht parties; we mean business; call and see
ns if yon mean the same; read the following
commendations: "I do not hesitate to commend
It In terms of highest praise." Mrs. Gov. Fora
ker. "I have read It with much profit and pleas
ure. "Mrs. Gov. Gray. "One cannot tire of
it." Mrs. Gov. Fltzhngh Lee. "1 have read It
with delight and am glad It has been written."
Mrs. eXrGov. A. H. Colquitt.. Published exclu
sively by A. S. GRAY & CO., Eisner Phillips
WANTED SITUATION BY TO UNO MAN
as coachman; can do housework: good ref
erences. Address C. D., Dispatch office.
J ANTED BY STEADY YOUNG MAN.
tt situation as clerk to grocery; seven years'
experience; first-class references. Address BOX
337, Chartiers P. 0., Mansfield Valley, Allegheny
county. ' delO-J
WANTED-PARTNEB-ONE HAVING M.000
cash to Invest with his personal services In
a profitable and growing business; principals
only need apply, giving full name. Address
CONFIDENTIAL, Dispatch office. de!2-31
Rooms. Houses. &c.
WANTED A GENTLEMAN DESIRES A
room In Lawrencevllle; both gases. Ad
dress N.O N Dispatch office. dett-32
"rrjANTED-BOOM AND BOARD IN PITTS
YV BUKU by a gentleman; central location.
Address W., Dispatch offlce. deli-35
"rTT-ANTED-MOKTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
TV In sums to suit at 4)f, s and 6 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Te 167.
"VTT-AJCrED-MOBTGAGEa ON CITY PBOP
W ERTY. over 84,000; 4 per cent; no tax.
HEN BY A. WEAVER 4 CO.. 82 Fourth avenne.
"TTJANTED RENTS TO COLLECT AND
T T honses to rent in all parts of both cities and
suburbs: established 1863. W. A. HEBRON A
bON S, 80 Fourth avenue. del-75-TT
TV In large and small amounts at 4k. Sands
per cent, iree oi Diaie uu; au ueiay. iuskd h.
COYLE ft CO., HI Fonrth ave.
-TTTANTED-TO LOAN MONEY ON MOBT
V V GAGES In amounts to suit. Id city or coun
try, at 4U to s per cent, as to security: no delay.
SAMUEL W. BLACK, ft CO., 99 Fourth ave.
"VXTANTED TO LOAN 500,000. IN AMOUNTS
TV of $3,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on X percent, freeortax; also smaller
amounts at S and s per cent. BLACK ft BA1BD,
w x ounn avenue. sezi-azB-ni
V on city and suburban properties at 4X, Sand
S per cent, andoa larms in Allepbenvand aa la
cent counties at 8 per cent. 1. M-PENNOCKTA
SON, 105 Fourth avenue. ap7-f41
"fTTANTED-TO uOAN (200.000 ON MOBT-
W GAGES; 100 and upward at 6 per cent;
(500, 000 at AH per cent on residences or business
wiuperrr: iau iu uiw.u.ua mpuuuh. o. a
, J2J Fourth avenue.
-TTTANTED MOKTGAGES-K00,e TO LOAN
W on mortgages, in sums from 8w to stress,
for J to 6 years oa city proeerty.'at very lew mh;
ssr4f sa ?Am ewni A n ll illilisTi U iiaa aJT i ii hi issslss I
ANTED-SMALL MOB1GAGES-L J.WIL-
oujm, io sourtn ave. no2S-a
"VTrANTED-TO BUY SECOND-HAND PLA1
. T V i ORSI scale In good order; weight Irom 600
t0JIS0 founds. Call at 23 LIBERTY STREET.
TXTANTED-A DRUGSTOKE IN THE CITY
-V J!l suburbs, -with good trade that will in
voice ft 600 to f3,530. Address DOCTOR, Dispatch
WANTED YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
dozen (13) of Stewart ft Co-'a fine cabinet
photos forsi, at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
TTTANTED WE HAVE PURCHASERS FOR
TV a business located near Fifth ave. or on
,e.a.nl, st- Alleghenv: will tv cash. PERCI
VAL ft CHAPMAN, 67 Fifth aye. del2-13
WANTED-EVERYONE TO KNOW THAT
, PEARSON, the leading photographer, of
MFinh ave. and 43 Federal St.. All'y., is making
a lire size crayon portrait, beautifully framed, and
one dozen cab. photos, all for tS; all fine work.
POR SALE-iaiPUOVBD SEAL ESTATE
"(TIOR SALE-ON RIDGE ST.. NEAR THIRTY
X1 THIRD, S2.300: lot 25x00; new frame dwelling
of 6 rooms; 11,500 cash, bal. to suit. THOS. MC
CAFFREY, 3509 Butler st. de8-42-TTssu
FOR SALE-NOS. 41, AND 43 TUNNEL ST.,
cheap If sold at once, a paying investment,
two large houses renting for fOO per mo. Bee W.
A. HERKON ft SONS. 80 Fourth avenue.
FRSALE-FORt4,750, 81,750 CASH-A NEAT
brick honse 8 rooms, lot 21x100 ft., in Sixth
ward: only a short walk from the P. O. SeeW.
A. HEBRON ft SONS, 0 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-VIRGINIA AVE.. MT. WASH
INGTON, a nice 2-story brick honse of 8
rooms, bath, range, nat. gas, etc.. in good re
Pair; price 82.300: cash S3. bal. to suit. I. M.
PENNOCK &SON, No. 105 Fonrth aye.
FOR SALE-ON SIDNEY. NEAR TWENTY
THIRD st., a complete new brick honse, 8
rooms: Just finished; late style, handsome ap
pearance: wnlv 84,750 on very liberal terms. Bee
W. A. HEBRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth avenne.
FOB SALE-J2S CASH. REMAINDER IN
monthly installments of 823; no other payment
required: a neat brick bouse, 8 rooms, late Im
provements; on Sycamore street, 'thirty-fifth
ward; price only 82,200. W. A.HEBBON ASONS,
80 Fourth ave. nol7-3-MTh
FOR 8ALE-PEIME EIGHTH WARD PBOP
ERTY; good street: line of rapid transit;
convenient to business center; substantial brick
residence; 8 large rooms; wide hall; lot 21 feet
front: side entrance: cheap; look at It. CHARLES
bOMERS ft CO., 313 W,ood St. de!2-25
East End Residence.
FOR SALE NO. 4431 PENN AVE.. 82.750 FOR
2-story brick business houso and dwelling,
store and C rooms, large stable, and lot 20x100;
one-halfcash; bal. to suit. THOS. MCCAFFREY,
3W9 Butler st. delO-2S-TTS
FOR SALE-SHADYSUJE-A COZY 2-STOBY
frame house of 6 rooms, finished attic, bath,
both kinds gas, substantially built and nicely
finished: fine lot. I. M. PENNOCK ft SON, No.
105 Fourth ave. delO-51-TTS
FOR SALE-CHOICE DWELLINGS-9 TO 13
rooms, on Forbes st. and Coltart Square,
Oakland: late style: elegantly finished; price low,
terms easy. See W. A. HERKON ft SONS. 80
Fonrth avenue. de4-13-MTh
FOR HALE-COR PROPERTY: LOT 48x100,
with 6-room frame dwelling, all modern con
veniences, near P. B. R. and cable lines: worth
HoOO; will sell at 83.600: terms reasonable; this Is
a bargain for some one: possession at once.
SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-EASY TERMS-THREE MODERN
frame dwellings on Enfield street, Ben Venue
place: 6 rooms, bath, center hall, slate mantels,
natural gas. flee tile light and all the latest im
proved conveniences: only 3 minutes' walk from
station; large lots. BLACK ft BAIRD, 95 Fourth
TfflOR S ALE-A NICE NEW D WELL1N G. WITH
A! corner lot. In the East End, near to cable
cars and railroad station: 9 cheerful rooms, attle
rooms, bath, w. c, natural gas, laundry and all
other domestic appliances: a beautiful property
and in prime order. JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., 129
Fourth ave., Pittsburg. del2-19
I7IOR 8ALE-8ML000-OAKLAN1) RESIDENCE.
.' Crart ave . convenient to Fifth ave. cable
Hue, substantial 2-story and mansard brick dwell
ing, 12 rooms, ball in center. 2 bathrooms, laun
dry, stationary washstands, slate and marble
mantels, etc.; lot 100x227, with good stable and
carriage house la rear; this dwelling was not bnllt
for sale, and Is one of the most substantia houses
In the E. E.: all partitions are built of brick: see
and be convinced. SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO.,
99 Fourth ave. . de$-94
POR SALE-THEKE ARE TEN VERY DE
blKABLE nouses now in course of construc
tion ou Oakland square: to be finished complete
ready for occupancy by April 1: five of these
honses are already sold, leaving five still available
to buyers; prices, 7,500, 88,000 and 810,000, accord
ing to olze and location; lots vary In size from 30x
3ui to 92x150: Atwood St., now paved with asphalt
from Filth ave. to Oakland square, and traction
road betnr lild. Apply to SAMUEL W. BLACK
ft CO., 99 Fourth aTe. dea-4
ATleshenr Residences. ,
FOR. BALE-INVESTMENT-BLOCK OF 6
brlr-k dwellings corner of two goo I streets;
Price Sib, 000. For particulars call on A. D. WIL
SON, 65 Federal St., Allegheny. deS-2-UTh
FOR SALE-ONLY 8I1.0C0 FOR A WESTERN
avenne. Second ward. Allegheny, residence
HI mvt e la rtl i II In frtvanrt h tiflrt maa TT a
wwiuBa js; us auii miuiuiitiilVU Or7 II A
BTERRON ftSONS, No. 80 Fonrth avenue.
TTlOR SALE PARK PROPERTY RESIDENCE
X? No. 21 Montgomery avenue, Allegheny: 14
rooms, bath, lavatories, laundry, all conveni
ences. BAILEY, FARBKLL ft CO.. No. 619
Smithfield street. del2-12-TTSSU
FOR SALE-ON LOCUST ST., ALLEGHENY,
lot 4Sxl30 ft : brick houses rooms; stable In
rear well sewered: price 810,000; call and see about
this: can give possession. A. D, WILSON, 55
Federal st., Allegheny. de8-2-UTh
FOR SALE NEW 8-ROOM BRICK DWELL
ING, Jackson at.. Second ward, Alle
gheny: 400 leet from street cars: best location In
thebecond ward:a bargain for f5, 600. SAMUEL
W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave. delO-94-TTS
FOR 8ALE NORTn AVE. RESIDENCE,
nearly new. contains Brooms, bath, range,
etc. : house built back from street; corner lot; a
fine chance to get a home on the park. A. D.
WILSON, 55 Federal st., Allegheny. delO-27-TTS
FOR SALE-A NICE 7-ROOM HOUSE AND
good lot with side entrance to an alley, in
Allegheny, on line -of street cars: natural gas,
bath, w. c. and other modern conveniences: price
only 85.500. JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth
ave., Pittsbnrg. del2-19
FOR SALE-ON SHEFFIELD ST. AN ELE
GANT 3-story brick dwelling, containing 12
rooms, laundry, etc. ; has every modern conven
ience; front porch, good yard all paved, fine
brick stable, cement TtAvementB! can srlve Imme
diate possession. ,For full particulars call on A.
D. WILSON, 55 Federal st., Allegheny.
"TTOR SALE-A HANDSOME RESIDENCE.
JL1 almost new, with corner lot, on the Parks, Alle
gheny; most desirable location and particularly
fine residence; replete throughout with all modern
requisites and Inelegant condition; would take a
smaller property In exchange as part payment
and allow long time on cash difference. JAMES
W-DBAPEft CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-FINE BBICK DWELLING, COB
NEB Frazler and Sheffield sts.; contains
double parlors, dining room, kitchen and china
closet on first floor: 4 chambers, bath room and
fiantry on second floor: 4 rooms on third floor;
sundry and heat In cellar: back ana front stairs;
welt sewered: In fact, has all modern conveniences;
house nearly new and In splendid condition. A.
D. WILSON, 55 Federal St., Allegheny.
FOBS ALE-A COMM ODIOUS BBICK PWELL
1NG with beautirul doable lot, 43X138 feet, In
Allegheny, on a fine street near street cars; 10
spacious rooms,wlth bath, lavatory, laundry, fur
nace and other needed requirements: good brick
stable and carriage honse on rear of lot opening
out to a paved alley: this property can be secured
at a great bargain: the best valne of any property
In either city. JAS. W. DBAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth
ave , Pittsburg. del2-19
FOB SALE-AT WlLKINSBUBG, HOUSE 8
rooms, with corner lot, 45x126,6 minutes from
Wllkmsburg station and 6 minutes from Brush
ton station: cheapest property In Wtlklnsburg to
dav; price 82.700. W. E. HAMNETT, 404 Smith
field street, Pittsburg, and Wllkinsburg, Pa.
FOR SALE LOTS.
Boat End Ijorjk.
FOR SALE-CHEAP-EAST END BUILDING
lots: call or send for printed list. Just Issued,
free. W. A. HEBRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
P OR SALE AT 8400 FEB ACRE 25 ACRES OF
land well located In Twenty-third ward: con
sidered cheap. See W. A. HEREON ft SONS, 80
Fourth avenue. del-78-UTh
FOR SALE-ONLY 83.500 FOR A LOT 93x195
ft. to 2C-ft. alley, only one sqnare from
Illland ave., E. End: good Investment, SAMUEL
W. BLACK ft CO., 99 fourth aye. d02-92-Ths
FOR SALE-I STILL HAVE A FEW CHOICE
lots In the Bank of Commerce addition plan,
at prices and terms that should meet ready sale:
actqulck. JOHN F. BAXTER, Agent. 512 Smith
Held street. deS-7$-TTSSu
TIKIR SALE-VACANT LOTS-VEBr DE31RA
X' BLY located; on paved streets; at Oakland
and Bellefield, Fourteenth ward: call or send for
our new list free. W. A. HEBRON ft SONS. No.
80 Fourth ave. d6l2-17-Th
FOR SALE-BUILDING SITES, E. E., 80xK,
. Penn and Dallas aves.t 100x163, Boulevard
place; 188x260, Linden ave.: 68x223, Boulevard
1'lace; 60x120, Eduinnd st. and Alden: 60x120. Ed
mund st, (corner lot): choice locations: prices
aion.iD: terms easy. J. M, PENNOCK ft
oia, iuo .r ounn ave. aeio-51-TTS
TflOB SALE-HAUM GBOVE LOTS ABE THE
jj most promising lots In the market; prices are
very low; this plants locateom the center of the
East Sad aud but a few misufe' walk from, both
trCtion lifMU uul Pt8.M- tt V- VnTl lnftItaw
411A fi b4bLWLs". tlauuiia -W-- ! . it.
FOR SALE LOTH.
FOR 8ALE-6 ACRES OF BEAUTIFUL LAY
ING ground. Ingram, P., C ftBt. L. B.B.;
convenient to station ahdon main road; magnifi
cent view or Ohio river and snrroundinr country;
price low. BLACK ft BAIRD, 85 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-FARM, 50 ACRES, NEW HOUSE
and barn, well finished and painted, line
orchard, a real garden spot, one mile from Ems
worth; cheap, easy payments. ED. W1TT1SH,
410 Grant st. de9-D
FOR SALE AN EXCELLENT FARM OF 200
acres, close to railroad station, good land,
all susceptible of tillage, well salted for a dairy
or stock farm, very comfortable dwelling house,
large bank barn and nnmerous other outbuild
ings: splendid orchard and copious supply of
water, etc.: would accept of a small city property
in part payment. JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., la
Fourth avenue. Pittsburg. dcl2-20-Hjn8
FOR SALE-ONE OF THE OLDEST AND
best paying photo galleries of Allegheny: a
rare chance for right party: good reason for sell
ing. PHOTO, Dispatch offlce. dell-36-WTbSSU
FOR SALE-AN ESTABLISHED RETAIL
grocery buslrcssln Allegheny: best location
In the city and a large trade, mostly cash. Ad
dress RETAIL GROCER, Dispatch office. del2-3
FOR SALE-A GOOD, ESTABLISHED MIL
LINERY business in a thriving town in Ohio
not far from Pittsburg; good reasons for selling.
For particulars, apply to J. D. BERND ft CO.,
815, 817 Liberty St. dell-32
FOB SALE-CONFECTIONEKY STOBE WE
will sell for 8500; must be sold this week; a
cigar store doing J150 per week: also drag stores,
grocery stores, notion store, printing office, etc,
PERClVAL ft CHAPMAN, 67 Fifth arc del2-13
FOR SALE HOTEL STAND IN A GOOD
town In Stark county, Ohio, consisting of a
15-room hotel building, large stable, etc.; lot72x
150 feet: price only 82.000. or will exchange for city
property. C. BEK1N GER ft SON, 103 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-GRAND OPPORTUNITY FOR
one or two active men with some caolta) to
step Into a paying wholesale produce commission
business, profits this yearwillreacb 810,000; owner
engaged in other business reason for selling. Ad
dress F. C. DICKSON, 140 Monterey St., Alle.
FOR SALE-GROCERY STORES IN BOTH
cities, from 8350 to 810,000; cigar stores 8250.
8350, 500. 1,800; shooting gallery paying 75 per
week clear of expenses; fine city and country
drugstores; general country stores: good paying
slate roofing business in live town; boarding
bouses, milk routes, confectioneries, bakeries and
many other good business chances. SHEPABD ft
CO., 64 ruth ave. no23
FOR BALE-BLACKSMITH AND WAGON
shop, with a one-story honse of two large
rooms and good attic: also stable, etc.. with one
acre of ground: abont SO minutes' walk from
Sharpsburg; price only 81,400; an excellent oppor
tunity ior a oiacasmun. v. jojuuixucnssun.
10J Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-FIFTH AVE. BUSINESS PROP
ERTY, only (368 per front foot, near the Court
House: a lottoxlio feet to a street; well adapted
for any purpose requiring large space and down
town location; certain enhancement In valne and
unsurpassed as a safe speculation: satisfactory
terms can do maae. bajuu.ij w. jiuavh. s.
Co., 99 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Ilorses. Vehicles. Live Stock, etc
FOR SALE-HORSES, HARNESS AND LUM
BER: quitting business: low prices. Mc
QUEWAN ft DOUGLAS, 207 Penn ave. de 11-31
Mnchlnorv and Stetala.
iOB SALE-ENGINES AND B0IXER5-NEW
and refuted: renainnffnromntlv attended to.
PORTER FOU NDR Y AN D MACHINE CO., LIM.,
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. anl0-29
FOR SALE-ONE 20X24 HORIZONTAL EN
GIN t, 25,000 feet second-hand wire rope: also
hoisting and portable engines and Sh'men valves,
castings, etc VELTE ft MCDONALD, 3200 Penn
FOE SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers: all sizes and styles la stock, from 4 to
100 h. p. ;aU refltted;good as new, at lowest prices;
portable engines. 8 to 25 h. p. : boilers all sizes
and styles. J.S.YOUNG,23Park way, Allegheny,
ONE WEEK MORE,
COMMENCING, MONDAY, DECEMBER 9,
OVER 1150,000 WORTH
F1NE FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY
GOODB, CARPETS, RUGS, Etc.,
BY AUCTION !
723 AND 72SLiBERTY ST.,
Sales, Moraine, Afternoon and Evening;
N. B. Special accommodations provided for
ORPHANS' COURT SALE. PURSUANT
to order of the Orphans' Court of Alle
gheny county, the undersigned, executor of the
will of William Burke, Sr.. deceased, will ex-
ose to ptfblic sale, on the oremises, on FRI
AY, January 8, 1690. at 2 o'clock P. K.. lot of
cround on Logan sfc.Pittsbnre, f routine 22 feet.
8 inches on Logan St., at distance of 49 feet
southerly from Clark st, and extending back
of same width 100 feet to Carpenter's allev,
subject to an alley 2 feet 8 inches wiae, extend
ing back from Carpenter's alley a distance of 51
feet, having thereon erected a two-story brick
dwelling house. Terms of Sale: Property will
be sold subject to a mortgage for 82,000, having
one year to run, and which may be extended to
suit purchaser, balance of purchase money
payable half cash and half In one year, with
interest; to be secured by bond and mortage.
with scl fa clause. For further particulars ap-
to it. a. rmu, executor.
el2-10-Th 401 Grant St., Pittsburg.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND CARPETS
and furniture, notions, picture eta.
AT AUCTION. FRIDAY MORNING,
Dec 13. at 10 o'clock, at the rooms. No. 311 Mar
ket st. Wilton velvet, moquets, body brussbls,
tapestries and ingrain carpets for rooms, halls
and stairs; door curtains, window shades,
linoleum, engraving?, clocks, ornaments,
notions, toys and plnsh holiday goods; walnut,
cherry and oak chamber suits; wardrobes,
chiffoniers, cabinets, bureaus, washstands,
hallracks, center tables, bookcases; parlor suits
in English rugs, plushes, and silk and satin
brocatelle: couches, lounges, chairs, fancy
rockers; china closets, mirrors, sideboards,
chairs, rockers, extension tables, china, glass
HENRY AUCTION CO., LIM.. Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALE ON FRIDAY, DECEM
BER 13.186V, at 10 A. It, at Kennedy's
residence, 243 Carver st East End: parlor and
bedroom suits and fine carpets. The parties are
going to leave city, and things will be sold to
highest bidders. J. A. McKELVEY, Auction
OFFI CIAL PI TTSB URb.
OFFICE OF THE ClTf TKEASUREB. 1
PrrrsBtmo, December 2, 1889. f
NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that tho duplicates for the second as
sessments of water rents (for new buildings
completed since April 1, 1890,) have been placed
In my hands for collection, and payable at this
office during the month of December.
All water rents remaining unpaid January I,
1890, will be placed in the hands of W. R.
Ford, Collector of Delinquent Taxes, with 5
per cent added, for collection.
de3-38-D City Treasurer.
DIVIDEND NO. 3 THE BOARD OF DI
RECTORS of the Wesilnghouss Machine
Company have this dav declared a dividend of
FIVE (5) PER CENTUM on the preferred and
common capital stock of the company, payable
on January 2 neit to stockholders of record
December 25. Transfer books will remain
closed from December 25 to January 1. botn in
clusive. Checks will be sent to stockholders
through the mails.
" RALPH BAGALEY. Treasurer.
PITTBBUQ, PA.,.December 11, 1889. del2-14
9. 1839. )
The Westinqhodse airbrake Co.
Pittsbubq. Pa., December 9. 18
TMVIDEND-THE BOARD OF DIRECT-
JL ORS of this company has this dav de
clared a regulaquarteriy dividend of 'FOUR
PER CENT and an extra dividend of TWO
PER CENT, payable to the stockholders of
record on the 25th inst. Books will be closed
from December 25, 1889, to January 1, 1890, both
inclusive. Checks will be mailed to stockhold
ers. J OHN CALDWELL, Treasurer.
iPfney Woods Hotel.
Somcb omm December i. 1889. --
- ..". M. A. BOWER. Proswtssor.
.-' -ir' eveaitn. rwee, e
TO LET-LOCUST STREET. NEAR VAN
BBAAM St., new brick house of 8 rooms, batu,
ranger hot and cold water, both kinds of gas fix
tures, 15mlnulesfromP. 0.;rent 830 pr montl.
SeeW. A. HEREON ft SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
TO LET-J LARGE CONNECTING BOOMS
on second floor, with water; rent 811 to small
family. 31 S1GEL ST., above California ave.,
near Sedgwick. Allegheny. de!2-9S
Offices. Desk Boom. See,
TO LET-FOURTH AVE. OFF1CE-3 OFFICES
first floor, between Smithfield and Vkood:
well lighted; also large front offlce. Inquire
MORRIS ft FLEMING. 110 Fourth ave.
ITO LET-S300 PER YEAB-A large, well
JL LIGHTED office with all modern conven
iences; newly painted and papered: has two large
closets for storage room, inquire at GEBMANLA.
SAVINGS BANK. 423 Woodst nolJ-31-D
TO LET-TWO-STOBY BBILK STABLE REAR
or No. 433 Penn ave. Apply to BENBO W ft
CO., No. 161 Firth ave., or2101 CARSON ST..S. S.
ERSONAL-NEW BOOKS-HUNIJREUS OF
new books, nicely bound In cloth gilt, attic
each: many fine books in elegant bindings: come
and see them. LEVI'S BOOIiSTORE, Liberty
St., nearNlnth. ncJ-33
PERSONAL HIS- LOVE SUDDENLY EB
TUBNEI); recently they had not been on the
best of terms owing to a little family lar occa
sioned by the wife Insisting on being allowed to
renovate his wearing apparel, and which, ot
course, was done in a bundling manner: In order
to prevent the trouble xhey agreed to send all
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor, 65
Firth ave., comer Wood St., second floor, and
now everything is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns In their household. Telephone 1558.
HE MEMBERS OF COURT GOOD 1N
TENT No. 6878, A. O. F. of A., are re
quested to attend the funeral of our brother.
Henry Parker, on FRIDAY. 13th. from bis late
residence, Sharpsburg. Pa,,. Members of sis
ter courts are cordially invited to attend.
BENJAMIN CUTLER, O. Ranger.
I FECIAL MEETING OF STUCKRATH
) Lodge, No. 430, F. and A. M., THURS -AY,
December 12.1889, at 11 JO A. St., to at
tend the funeral of Brother James McCIat
cney. Members of sister lodges cordially Invited.
By order of the
NOTICE-EN GUSH STANDARD LODGE
No. 31, O. 8. St. George: The members
of the above lodge are reauested to meet at.
Metropolitan Hall, comer Forty-third street,
on FRIDAY, December 13. at 1 P. Jr to atteiW I
the funeral of our late brother, Henry Parker .
gister lodges are Invited to attend.
W. H. ROBINSON, W. B.
de!2-0 W. HALL. Secretary.
-VTOTlCE-njB. o. U. A. M. THE MEM
IN BERS of Lawrence Council No. 61 are re
quested to meet at their hall. 3810 Butler st,
FRIDAY. Dec 13, 1889, at 1 P. M., to attend the
fnneral of Brother Charles A. Richards. Mem
bers of sister councils are respectfully invited
to attend. WM. STtRJI.
H. STEINBACH, Rec. Sec.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. ESTATE OF
Fabian Boebm. deceased. Notice is here
by given that letters testamentary on the estate
ol Fabian Boebm bava been granted to the un
dersigned, to whom all persons indebted to said
estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those baying claims against the samo
should make tbem known without delay.
ANNA MARY BOEHM, 823 Penn ave.. Pitta
burg, Pa. no28-45-Tb,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A JT
application will be made to the Governor
of Pennsylvania on TUESDAY, December 31,
1859, by Edwin W. Smith, Charles S. Crawford,
W. A. Schmidt, Walter D. Logan, John S. Mc
intosh and George B. Mothers!, under the act
of Assembly entitled 'An act to provide for the
incorporation and regulation of certain corpo
rations," approved April 29. 1874, and the sup
plements thereto, for tlie charter of an intended
corporation to be called the Pittsburj; Paving
and Construction Company, the character and
object of which is tbe grading, enrbrng. paving
and macadamizing, construction and keeping
in repair of any species of street, road or high
way, and the furnishing of the materials and
labor therefor, and for these purposes to have,
possess and enjoy all rights, benefits and
privileges of said act Jf Assembly and the
del2-8-Tb KNOX fc REED. Solicitors.
r RAND OPERA HOUSE
SPECIAL XMAS ATTRACTION WEEK
COMMENCING MONDAY, December 23.
Matinees WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
GRAND ENGLISH OPERA COMPANY.
Monday, Dec. 23 Carmen.
Tuesday, Dec 24 H Trovatore.
Wednesday matinee, Dec 25 Po3tillon of
Wednesday evening. Dec, 25 Bohemian GirL
Thursday, Dec 28 Faust.
Friday, Dec 27 Mignou.
Saturday matinee, Dec 28 Marl tana.
Saturday evening, Dec. 28 Der Freischutz.
Prices S2, SI 60, SL 50c. according to location.
Sale of seats opens Monday. Dec. 16, at box office
ONLY MATLNEE SATURDAY.
Dec 16. James O'NeflJ, in "Monte Crista"
GRAND OPERA HOUBE.
Matinee Saturday Only.
MR. NAT. C. GOODWIN
in A GOLD MINE.
Week Dec 23EMMA JUCH GRAND OPERA.
Every Afternoon and Evening.
Week Dec 16 Ada Gray in EASTLYNNE,
ARRTC WILLIAMS' ACADEMV
To-night, Matinees Tnesday, Thursday
LESTER & WILLIAMS'
LONDON SPECIALTY COMPANY.
Every day and evening.
THE TORPEDO BOAT,
Holmes' Specialty Company.
NEAR SCHESLEY PARK,
SO acres land, having a frontage of over 2,800
feet on a good street
21 acres land, street frontage 1,400 feet.
S acres, fronting on two streets.
4 acres and 2-story frame dwelling of 5 rooms.
IS acres land near tbe Squirrel Hill Electric
road and Forbes street.
IRA M. BURCHFIELD,
158 Fourth ave. de&64-rrs
HOLIDAY GOODS-BOYS WATCHES.
S3 and np; misses' solid silver watche,
$5 oO and up; line gold watches, diamonds,
jewelry, silverware, clocks, spectacles, etc. at
WILSON'S, 6L Fourth ave.. Pittsburg.
Watches and jewelry carefully repaired.
41 seventn avenae,
Telephone 1344. se&S8-Trs
And all manner of Small Instruments
delO-D Fifth avenue
ou married? Ifnovsendyouraddressto
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CLUB; Box 643. Clarksburg. W. Va.
"nUDELlTY TITLE AND TRU8T CO.,
J? 121 and 123 Fourth ave.
Capital $500,000. Fall paid.
INSURES T1TLE8 TO REAL EbTATB.
Acts in all fiduciary capacities. Deals in reli
able Investment securities. Rents boxes in its
superior vault from to per annum upward.
woocivcs deposits ana loans oniy on mort-
JAMaH J. SOJljrKli. Vie Fns't
C. I. JtaTAY, Wy at .& r
PENNSYLVANIA COMPAUY, 1
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PirrsunKB. Pa.. December 7.
VTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-SEALED"" i
XI proposals aaureawu u me unaersignea,
endorsed Proposal for grading, will be re
ceived at this offlce until Wednesday noon,
December 18, 1889. for completfjie the grading
of one milo-of third track bef.ween Ems-rortn
and Dizmont; five and eight-tenths miles of
second track between Lirja and Eiida. O.:
and five miles of second track between G. R. 4
L Junction and Hadley.lucL. on the Pittsburg,
Ft. Wayne fc Chicago railway.
Contractors must examine the work in per
son before submitting bid.
Good bond will besiequlred, bondsmen to lie
named with bid. ,
Profiles and information as to the above can
be seen at this office, also at the office of A. B.
Starr. Superintendent, Allecheny, for the work
between Emswortb and DIxuiont, anil at the
oiuco ot i.u. oi. ouperimenaent.jftyyayne. ,.
Ind.. for the work between Lima and Ellda,andkJ
u.n.ai.d uutuuu am "Liaaiey, lna. jj
The right to reserved reject any or all bids.'
ut" -mv-j- a uuu, viniti jcngineeri ,-
PROPOSALS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION
of two gun-boats ana one practice vessel for
the United States Sjtt. Naw IVmrtment:
Washington. D. C.. November 19.1889. Under;1-;
BQinuniy cumou a a dv ine acts oi uoogress mask
ing appropriation ,s for tbe naval service, ap
proved Septemrr 7, 1888, and March 2. lS8f,
respectively, se aled proposals are hereby In
vited and will oe received at this deDartment
until 12 o'cIocJ .noon.on WEDNESDAY,the2Zd
day or January. 1890. at which time and placa
they will be opened in the presence of attend
ing bidders, for the construction, exclusive of
equipment and armament, by contract, of
three vessels lor the United States Navy,
which, fc r the purposes of this advertisement,
are desir .mated as follows: Gunboats No. 5 and
No. 6. Two steel gunboats of abont 1,000 tons
displar ement each. Practice vessel. One steel
pract) ce vessel ot about 800 tons displacement.
uunroats No. 5 and No. 6, are to be constructed
in a ccordance with the requirements of the
aforesaid act of March 2,1889, vrz:Tbat"theacto
An rust third, eighteen hundred and eighty-six.
entitled 'An act to increase the naval establish-m-ent,'
so far as applicable, shall govern tho
ci instruction of the two steel gunboats: and
9 aid vessels shall be of domestic manufacture"
Che practice vessel is to be constructed as re
quired by tbe aforesaid act of September 7,
1SS8, viz: "To be built by contract in accord
ance with the terms of the "act to Increase tho
naval establishment,' approved August third,
eighteen hundred and eignty-six." The con
tracts for the construction of said vessels)
will contain provisions to tbe effect that
the contractor guarantees that when
completed and tested for speed, under condi
tions to be prescribed by the Navy Depart
ment, the speed developed by said gunboats
upon such trial shall be not less than an aver
age of 13 knots per hour, maintained success
fully for fonr consecutive hours, during which
period tbe air pressure in tbe fireroom shall
not exceed one-half inch of water; and tho
speed developed by said practice vessel upon
such trial shall not be less than an average of
12 knots per hour, maintained successfully for
four consecutive hours, during which period
the air pressure in the asb-pitsshall not exceed,
one-half Inch of water; and in the case of each
vessel, for every quarter knot of speed so de
veloped above said guarantee, the contractor
stall receive a premium, over and above the
contract price ot five thousand dollars; and for
every quarter knot that such vessel fails of
reaching said guaranteed speed, there shall be
deducted from tbe contract price the sum of.
flve thousand dollars: but that if, under tbe
conditions prescribed as aforesaid, either of
said gunboats shall tail to successfully develop
and maintain, for four consecutive hours, an
average speed of at least 12 knots
per hour, she shall be rejected, and
If. under such conditions, said practice
vessel shall fail to develop ana main
tain, for such period, an average speed of at
least U knots per hour, she shall be rejected.
Said vessels are to be constructed In accord
ance with plans and specifications provided or
adopted by tbe Secretary of the Navy. Plans
and specifications, forms of proposals embrac
ing a general statement of provisions
to be Included In the contract for
the vessels will be prepared by
this Department, and may be seen and
examined at tbe department, where all in
formation essential to bidders can be obtained.
Said vessels must be completed within two
years from the dates of the respective con
tracts, and payments on each vessel will be
made in twenty equal installments, as the work
progresses; npon bills duly certified, from
which ten per cent will be reserved to be paid
on tbe full and final completion of the con
tracts. Tbe cost of said gunboats, excluding"
the cost of armament, but including equip
ment, is limited to an amount not exceeding
350,000 each, and the cost of said practice ves
sel is limited to an amount not exceeding $260.
UOO. Proposals for the construction of said ves
sels will be received "from every American
shipbuilder and other person who shall show,
to the satisfaction of the Secretary of the
Navy, that within three months from the date
of tn contract be will be possessed of tbe -a
necessary plant for tbe performance of the wort '
in the United Slates which he shall offer to
undertake." Tho evidence thus required must '
accompany the proposals or be submitted to the
department In advance. Each proposal muse
Include the construction of both the vessel and
her machinery complete in all respects, as re-
quired by the plans and specifications, and
contracts will be made separately for each
vessel, including hull and machin
ery. Proposals for each vessel are
divided Into four classes, as follows:
Proposals for Hull and Machinery. Class L
For the construction of tbe hull and ma
chinery, including engines, boilers and appur
tenances, complete in all respects, in accord
ance with the plans and specifications provided
by tbe Secretary of the Navy. Proposals for
Holland Machinery. Class 2 For the con
struction of the hull and machinery, including;
engines, boilers and appurtenances, complete
in all respects, in accordance with the plans
and specifications provided by tbe contractor.
Butno such proposal will be considered unless
accompanied by as lull and complete plans and
specifications of such hull and machinery as
aro issued by the Department for tbevesseL
and a satisfactory guarantee of tbe results of
tbo same if adopted. Proposals for Hull and
Machinery. Class 3. For the construction of
the hull according to tbe plans and specifica
tions provided by the Secretary of the Navy,
the contractor to put in engines, boilers and
appurtenances of any design which he may
consider more suitable than those called for by
said plans and specifications, not to exceed,
however; in 'weight, nor in the space to be
occupied, that allotted in said plans and
specifications. But no such proposal will be
considered unless accompanied by as full
and complete plans and specifications of such
proposed engines, boilers and appurtenances
as are issued by tbe Department for the vessel,
and a satisfactory guarantee ot the results of
the same if adopted. Proposals for Hnll and
Machinery. Class 4. For the construction of
the machinery, including engines, boilers and
appurtenances, complete in "all respects, in ac
cordance with the plans and specifications pro
vided by tbe Secretary of the Navy. For tbe
construction ot the hull complete in all respects
in accordance with the plans and specifications
provided by the contractor: but no such pro
posal will be considered unless accompanied by
as full and complete plans and specifications of
such hull as are issued by tbe Department for
the vessel, and a satisfactory guarantee of the
results of the same if adopted. The arrange
ments for the accommodation of all machinery,
coal, armament, fittings, equipments and stores
complete, must be for the same articles and
equally convenient and commodious asthose
contained in the Department's plans and speci
fications. Bidders who may desire to offer to
construct more than one of said vessels, may
embrace, in orio proposal, either two or three
of said vessel', tbe price ot each being given
separately. Bidders are not restricted to ono
proposal, i. e., the same bidder may propose for
one or more of the vessels under one or more
ot the four classes of proposals, as above speci
fied. Each proposal mnst be accompanied by
a cash deposit, or satisfactory certified check
payable to the order of the Secretary of the
Navy, which shall become the property of the
United States in case the successful bidder J
shall fall to enter into the requisite contract
and to furnish the requisite security on the ao
centance of his oronosaL The amount of such T
deposit or check must not be less than 5 per
cent of the amount of tbe bid, but bidders in
cluding more than one vessel in their proposal
win not De reqmrea tosuomu meremta a cer-v;S
tinea cnecs exceeding in amount me sum ox.
30,000. All deposits and checks of bidders
whose proposals shall not be accepted wUL on
the award of the contracts, be returned to
them: the denosits or checks of each successful
bidder will be returned to him when his Con-j;
tract has been duly entered into ana tne requi
site security furnished. Every bidder will be
required, within 20 days after the acceptance of
his prooosal. to enter into a formal contract for ,
the faithful performance of the1 work and to
Svea satisfactory bond for such performance
a penal sum equal tn 15 per cent of tbe
amount of his bid. Proposals must be made, in"
duplicate, in accordance with forms which wilt
be furnished on application to the department,
inclosed In sealed envelopes, addressed to the
Hecrntarr nf tho Niw Naw Department.
Washington. D.C and marked "Proposals for
tho construction of gunboat No. v or practice
vessel" (as the case may be). The Secretary of'
tio Navy reserves the right to reject any or all
bids, as, in his judgment, tho interests of the-
Onvprnmpnt may rpnnire. H. F. TRACY. Sec.
nfarvnffTiAKarv no2IJVtTh-1ft21.i' J
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H. MAY SOUS & C'Olj
STEAM DYERS AND SCOURERS I'fJ
Ana general renovators ol texuie jaucics, iji,
dies' and gentlemen's soiled or faded garments;,
neatly cleaned or restored in color. Curtains
of every description carefully attended to. j'cj
M. MAY SONS & Co. fA
jell-TTS x SIXTH AVE.. Pittsburg, Pa.'Vj
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