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THE HTTSB'OR'Q-. DISPATCH,
18, 1889f -
'f CHOSE THE FIDELITY.
4 The Well-Known Trust Company
Eeplaces Assignee McKelyy.
The Depositors Terr Much Pleased With the
AN ACTIVE WINDING HP OP AFFAIES
The resignation of "William M. McKelvey
as assignee of the Lawrence Bank wag ac
cepted yesterday afternoon, and the Fidelity
Title and Trnst Company of Pittsburg ap
pointed in his stead, by Judge Stowe. At 3
o'clock yesterday afternoon Attorney McCook,
lor the bank, and Attorney Wilson, for the
depositors, were present in court Judge Stowe
said be supposed there were no reasons why
Mr. McKelvey's resignation should not be ac
cepted, and asked if counsel bad any sugges
tions to make.
Mr. McCook said he had been requested to
suggest two names as the successor to Mr. Mc
Kelvey. That of Henry H. King, a reliable
man who had practically retired from business
and would be able to giro hi entire time to the
matter,, waa offered by aportion of the directors
of the bank. The creditors, or depositors,
offered the Fidelity Title ana Trust Company
for assignee. Mr. McCook said that the only
objection to the latter is that it is impersonal,
and that means that the work would ce done
by some employe.
F.INALLT AGREED UPON.
A short consultation between Messrs. Mc
Cook, "Wilson and F. M. Magee, also for the de
positors, was held, however, and in a few min
ntes they returned and said they had agreed to
the appointment of the Fidelity Company as
Upon this Jndga Stowe made an order ac
cepting the resignation of Mr. McKelvey,
directing bim to Die an account and to sur
render the estate and effects in his hands to his
successor in the trust, except so much of the
money as may be necessary to pay all costs and
expenses in any way incurred by him. In con
clusion the Fidelity Title and Trust Company
was appointed assignee.
Mr. "Wilson reported in behalf of the Fidelity
Company that Mr. John B. Jackson, the man
ager, would give his own attention to the mat
ter. Judge Stowe said that he had great faith in
the ability of Mr. Jackson, and if he had ac
counts of his own to settle would ask for no
one better. If Mr. Jackson would give the af
fair his nndlTidcd attention he wonld feel dis
posed to aDpoint the Fidelity Company. One
reason for this, he. said, would be to quiet the
restlessness of the people in the neighborhood
of the bank. As Mr. Jackson was not present
to signify what he would do. Judge Stowe sug
gested that the matter be deferred for a day
and a conference of counsel held. This was
agreed to. Jndge Stowe in the meantime
accepting Mr. McKelvv's resignation.
The agreement upon the Fidelity Company
was made, it was stated, in consideration of the
fact that there is to be no furtner agitation of
the question of appointing a receiver.
MB. M'KELYEY'S SENTIMENT.
The reasons given by Mr. McKelvey for re
signing were that there was a dissatisfaction
on a part of certain of the creditors, and this
agitation and contention were harrassing and
annoying to him. Further, that the work would
require more tune and attention thanbe would
be able to give.
Assignee McKelvey spent the greater part of
yesterday at the Lawrence Bank, arranging
matters so that he could withdraw. When
seen in the afternoon he simply said: I am
through now, and have nothing to say for pub
lication." Mr. McKelvey did not know when the Fidelity
Title and Trust Company would take charge.
A SEPAEATE ANSWER PILED.
The Affairs of Graff, Bennett fc Co. Acaln In
James I. Bennett, of the firm of Graff, Ben
nett fc Cot, yesterday filed his separate answer
in the suit of the Cherry Valley Iron Company
and others, creditors of Graff, Bennett A Co.,
against the firm, J. H. Bailey, assignee, and
James jpickands, J.W. Friend and J. M. Bailey,
trustees for 'certain of the creditors.
The suit is to set, aside the sale of ajarga
amount of the property of Graff, Bennett A
Co, by the assienee, to Pickands, Friend and
J. M. Bailey The allegations were that the
property was sold for less than could have been
realized lor it, other bidders having been
bought off. and that it was fraudulent and in
tended to beat other creditors of the firm. Mr.
Bennett, in his answer, admits the truth and
his belief in the trnth of all the allegations
made by the plaintiffs, and asks the Court to
make such decree as it may see fit.
EJECTED FROM A TRAIN.
A Motion for u New Trial la n. Ft. Wayne
An argument was made on a motion fork
new trial in the case of J. F. Fleming against
the Pennsylvania Company before Judges
Ewing, White and Magee yesterday.
The plaintiff sued for damages by reason of
being put off a train on the Pittsburg, Tort
Wayne and Chicago Railroad. He bought a
ticket from Allegheny to Einsworth, but
stopped off at Bellevue. and on entering an
other train to continue his journey the ticket
was refused, and he was put off. He got a ver
dict for SLOOO.
The attorney for the company averred that
the ticket was for "a continuous passage."
The Judges held the matter under advisement.
Grand Jury Findings.
The grand jury yesterday returned true bills
in the cases of Martha Green and Patrick Mc
Grogan, assault and battery; Mary Kane and
John Schamberg, aggravated assault and bat
tery: William Loughrey, assault and battery
with felonious intent; Owen McCarthy, larceny
by bailee and perjury; H. L. Megrawn, perjury
and extortion: George L. Drum, embezzlement;
John Sturgeon and James Porter, false pre
tenses: Thomas Taylor and Fred Miller, lar
ceny; L. K. Vale, secreting goods; John Peter
son, misdemeanor; William RIchey, nuisance
and misdemeanor in office; Peter Valowe, Will
iam Weisser and Gubtave Anderson, selling
liquor without a license; Henry Durst and
George Smith, sellingliquor without a license
and on Sunday.
The ignored bills were: Charles McGarvey
ct al, unlawful assembly: Peter Gormaney and
Thomas Keating, assault and battery: John
Carney et at larceny; Domlneca Liberia, false
pretenses; Ann -Connors, Conrad Houseman,
Thomas Hanley. Sarah Reese and Jacob
Resch and John Bedinger, selling liquor with
out a license.
To-Dny'a Trial LliU.
Common Pleas Na I Morton vs Paine et
al; Shoup et al vs Winters: Skiles vs Burgwin;
Stewart vs Hamilton; Thompson vs Schmitt
Brewing Company; Rynd vs Schmitt Brewing
Company; Stout et al vs Pierce, administrator
et al; Bailey vs Frauernian.
j Common Pleas No. 2 General argument list.
Criminal noun Commonwealth vs Joseph
Porter et al. Birdie Carlisle, Win. Green et
al (2), John Daman et al. Sandy Travers (4),
John Quinn (2), Lrenzie Larnsaagne (2). John
Keefe, James Costello, J. C Blackstock (2).
To-Day'a Audit Lists.
Estate of Accountant
A. H. Jewell H. L Gonrley. et al.
Charles Wmshle. LUzabetn Clark.
William Gallagher John B. Gallagher.
M. Tolburst ilelvlns Johnston.-
Wllllam 8. EwlnK Harriett C. Ewlng.
Junes UcCbesney J. M. Shields.
Mary Koch James Mllligan.
Margaret A. Baesel George Fox.
JohnG. Sprinirer. John Moody.
Henry Good. I. W. Good.
Will Mulct the Township.
A verdict of 11,200 damages was given Daniel
Murphy in his suit against Fmley township
yesterday. The plaintiff. In driving home one
dark night ran into a wagon left standing on
the roadside and was considerably bruised up.
He brought suit against the township alleging
negligence on the part of the authorities in al
lowing the wagon to stand on the road.
A Speak-Eaay Conviction.
Desora Collins, a Frenchman, was tried In
Jndge Slagle's court yesterday, on charges of
' sellingliquor without a license, selling on Sun-
Jday.andfor keepiDg a disorderly house at 1147
rtdPenn avenue, on oath of M. Caplan. He was
Sfound guilty of selling without a license and on
'jSunday. Not guilty on tbe other charges.
Chat ot the Court Corridor.
Tin jury is out in the case of S. S. McKen
ney and wife vs. Thomas Fawcett and Henry
' Is the suit of Susan Forsythe against J.
Waiawright and others, an action on a contract,
a verdict was given yesterday for 32,183 25 for
the plaintiff. . ,
Edwin Soles and George B. "Warren yes
terday were appointed appraisers of the effects
of George W. Shoup. who made voluntary
assignment to S. O. Lowry.
Sott was entered In the U.S. Court by Wine
line ALyne against the Pittsburg Forge fc Iron
Co. on an Infringement of a patent ate for mak
ing draw-bars for coupling freight cars.
Thb case of John W. Callahan, charged with
arson, was concluded before Judge Slagle yes
terday. It was alleged that he sot -fire to the
house ot John Hastings, in Upper St Clair
township, on August 29 last Thej ury is out
A ckaktir was filed m the Recorder's office
yesterday for the McKeesport and Duquesne
Street Railway Company. The capital stock
is 115,000. divided into 300 shares of 150 per
share. The Directors are: S. P. Douglass,
President: J. C. Smith, O. a Weadell, I- 1
Wood and Thomas Reynolds.
Dr. Julius Schatfer was released from
jail yesterday on an order of court Ho had
been sued by his wife about three months ago
for surety of the peace and was ordered to
give bond in S300. It appearing that he could
not meet the demand after three months' con
finement he was ordered discharged.
RAIN I BAIN!! RAINU!
Ladles' Gum Wraps.
Largest and finest assortment we ever ex
hibited. The People's Store is the place
to get a handsome and useful wrap that will
protect and give you comfort in this wet
Pure striped and checked silk "Westmin
ster, boated with real rnbber, thoroughly
water proof, very light and dressy, price
516 50, regular price ?20; really the finest
Silk Connemaras, Westministers, Fnn
cesse and Edinburgh styles.coated with pure
rubber, warranted water proof, very super
ior articles, at $10 and $12 50.
Same style as the above in less expensive
materials, but just as useful, at $2, f2 50, ?3,
Ji, f5, $6 and $7 50.
In short, you can find everything here in
the way ol a ladies' gossamer, in all sizes,
from f 1 50 to the finest made.
Campbell & Dice.
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.
"VVm. Haslage & Son,
Select Family Grocers,
18 Diamond Square, Pittsburg.
For One Day Only.
Just to make it lively for the stylish,
dressers of Pittsburg we will sell to-day 150
imported blue kersey box overcoats with
patch velvet collars and plain cloth collars,
stitched fancy cassimere linings with silk
sleeve lining, the most stylish garment
made, for the low price of $13. You cannot
get one made as good as that for less than
40. Onr price, and remember for to-day
only, is $13.
Store open this evening till 9 o'clock.
P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts,,
opp. the new Court House.
Why Certainly Ton Can
Save money by dealing at Hatch's Jewelry
Store, No. 295 Fifth ave. See our immense
stock of gold and silver watches. The
money you save on buying a watch here
will buy you a fine silk umbrella, of which
we have a very large stock in silver and gold
handles at prices which knock these big
concerts clean out It's a fact, our prices
on first-class goods are lower than other
houses charge you for an inferior article.
Call at No. 295 Fifth are. and see abont it
The celebrated New York firm of manufac
turing clothiers, have but one agent in
Pittsburg, from whom alone their stylish
garments can be obtained. Mr. A. I.
Sailor, corner Sixth and Liberty streets,
sells their goods, which are every way equal
to custom made, and yet are priced far less
than made-to-measure goods. He makes a
specialty of suits lor boys, nobby and yet
'very durable. " TO"
Mr. BIcGInty's Wife.
"Whatever may have been Mr. McGinty's
misfortunes while attempting to win his
famous five dollar bet, he was happy and
contented with his home life. His wife be
ing a sensible woman, nsed Marvin's Self
Rising Flour, and every morning McGiuty
reveled in the most delicious buckwheat
cakes made from it Marvin's Self-Rising
Pancake and Buckwheat Flours are for sale
by all grocers. D
Newly Married Couples!
Making preparations for housekeeping do
not forget that Dreydoppel soap is a very
important article to have. The" finest and
best for all purposes that soar) can be used
for. Renders clothes beautifully white,
sweet and healthful to wear. Full pound
bars, 8c per pound, at grocers everywhere.
Ladle. Have Ton Hnlr
On cheeks, chin or lip? If so, you can
have every hair destroyed tore ver without
pain, scar or injury by the electric needle by
consnlting Dr. J. "VanDyck, electro sur
geon, permanently located at 502 Pena ave.
Never fails. Boo'k free.
Art Plushes nod Bilks.
Go to H. Holtzman & Sons' great sacri
fice sale of fine painted and embroidered
plush and silk goods.
See auction sale. 511 "Wood st
Gent' Diamond Shirt Studs.
$25, $50, U00, $200 each. Finest quality,
lowest prices, at the jewelry house of Henry
Terheyden, 530 Smithfield street
The largest variety at M. Seibert & Co.'s,
A Free Concert.
Swiss music boxes in great varietv, from
$1 up to $200, at E. G: Hays & Co.'s, 75
Fifth ave. wfsu
Nevee apprehend disappointment if you
place Tonr 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 mwf
Ale and porter are the correct drinks for
December, January and February. Frauen
heim & Yilsack's brews are the favorites
The finest ale and porter is that made by
D.IiUtz &Son, cor. Spring Garden ave. and.
Chestnut at, Allegheny.
If yon wish to save money select yonr
presents from the art department, at Harri
son's toy store, 123 Federal st, Allegheny.
At Tail's Philada. dental rooms, 39 Fifth
ave., yon can get the best aft ot teeth for
$8 00. A good set for $5 00.
Jtjst reduced fine surah silks; now 35 cts.
Knable & Shusier35 Fifth ave.
Z. "WArNWEiGHT & Co.'s ale and porter
are unquestionably the most popular winter
drinks. Kept by the leading dealers, wsa
Highest prices paid for ladies' or
gents' cast-off clothing at De Haan's Big
6, Wylie ave. 'Call or send by mail, wsrr
Black lace'ties only SO rts.
Knable & Shuster, 35 Fifth ave.
THE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between George B. Gleason and
Charles J. Atkins, under the firm name of
Uleason's Ticket Office, transacting business at
No. 0 Smithfield street, is this day dissolved by
mutual consent Charles J. Atkins retiring.
George B. Gleason will continue the business
and assume the liabilities of the firm.
GEORGE B. GLEASON,
CHARLES J. ATKINS.
PrrrsBUsa, Pa., Dec 9, 1888. dell-38-w
Mr-Display advertisements one dollar per
square for one insertion, Classified advertise
ment on this page such at Wanted, tor Sale,
To Let, ete, ten cent per line for each inser
tion. and none taken for leu than fifty rents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the folio-wing plaoes,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transi ent advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisement ore to be prepaid except where
advertiser already have accounts -with Tin D1S
THOMAS MCCAFFKEY, SV8 Butler street
EMU. G. 8TUCKET. Mth street and Penn ave.
C G. STUCKEY ACO., Wylle ave. and Fnltoust
M. bTOKEiiY, Fifth Avenue Uarket House.
XAST ISD. ,
J. IV. 'WALLACE, ein Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER & SHE1HLER, Sth av. & AVwood it
JACOB 8POHN. No. I Carson street
H. A. DUN ALDSON. 1707 Carson street
A. J. KAEKCHEU, 9 Federal street
H. J. McBRIDE. Market House, Allegheny.
FEKDH. EGGERS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGERS A SON, Ohio and ChermntiU.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. TV. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver ares,
PERRY M. GLEIM. Rebecca and AUefheny aves.
W. TV. FLOCKER, Stationer, No. 4 Grant ave.
THE DISPATCH HA8 OPENED A
BRANCH OFFICE FOR THE. SOOTHSIDE
AT NO. 1220 CARSON STREET. WHERE
ADVERTISEMENTS, NEWS AND SUB
SCRIPTIONS CAN BE LEFT. BOTH FOR
GENERAL EDITIONS, AND FOR THE
TTTANTED AGENTS TO SELL HOLIDAY
YV slfrns and show, cards. HABXEL'L. 411
Smithneld st. det-uwp
WANTED BOY WHO HAS HAD E'XPERI-
ENCE In the barter trade: Apply 2S0
FIFTH AVE. del8-62
WANTra)-A PULLER-OUT TO PULL IS
Dots on a heat. Inquire of L. S. JACK,
care Singer, Nlmlcr ft Co. del8-40
WANT ED-BOY TO LEARN THE BARBER
trade: one with experience prererred.
Apply 73 131AMOND STREET, city. delS-64
WANTED GLASSHOUSE BLACKSMITH
ar.d enfrlneer of experience. Call at
ROOM 71 .L Hamilton Bulldlnc, city. del7-!l
WA1JTED A FIRST-CLASS FEEDER FOR
frrllnder Dress. Call Immediately ROOM
a, Dls-patch bnlldlng. Diamond street de 18-30
W-eiNTED 100 MEN AD BOYS TO GET 12
cabinet photo for ft at AUFRECHT'S
ELITE GALLERY, SIS Market st, Pitts. Uecl8-59
iVTJ-A-NTED A DRUG CLERK: ONE THAT
v speaks German; a good situation for the
rlr ht man. Address DOIT. Dispatch office.
-fTJANlED-BAHBER-GOOD WAGES: KOM E
YV but first class need apply. Address J.
3?IGGEb,Lowery House barber sbop, Butler. Ps.
WANTEDMAN OF BUSINESS TACT DE
SIRING active work, can find permanant
poiltlon at salary or SO) a month. NO. 5 SI7.TH
AVE. del5-72-W su
-TTT ANTED A COACHMAN FOR UVHRY.
VV None but experienced and sober need ap--plrtoT.
B, MOKlaND, 6100 Penn ave., E. E.,
' X.fW13,, n UUflV U L..IBIC MW ,1' L,
can climb: waees t2 per diy; steady em
ployment ALLEGEENY30UNTY LIGHTCO.,
J5 Virgin alley. - del7-lS
WANTED A GOOD HEATER; STEADY
work. Apply at once to FOKEMAN IRON
CITY TOOL 'WORKS, LIM., Thirty-second st.
and A. V. R. R. del8-21
WANTED-THE SERVICE OF A SHORT
HAND and tvpewriter abont two evenings
In the week. Address 0. A. 11., Dispatch office,
with lowest terms. delS-3
-fiTANTED-AGENTS IN EVERY TOWN IN
VV the U. 8. to sell "Boss" Bitters; steady
work: can make 18 to 124 pcrweek. DR.O'KEEFE
& CO., 34 Fifth ave., Pittsburg. . delS-61
-TT7-ANTED-YOONG MAN WITH SOME EX
VV PERIENCE who can operate the callirraph
and write shorthand. Apply 25 and 27 FEDERAL
ST., PltUbarg. second floor Tr-ont. deU-93
WANTED-A BOY 14 TO IS YEAKS OLD
with a (rood deal of sand. Inqnire at the
KEYSTONE BISCUIT WO&K3, 98 and 100 Beach
st. Call on Thursday mor&lng by 7:30 o'clock.
-TTT-ANTED-MAN TVELL ACQUAINTED
VV with Plttsburgand Allegheny grocery trade;
one that has had exp-jrieuee and business with
them; good salary. A ddress BOX 472, Plttsbnrg,
bv 117. to allev. haTlnc
erected thereon 4 tbvee-story brick buildings. J.
CREILLY, 77Diajnondst del8-M
-TTTANTED-AG ENTS SHOULD "WRITE FOR
VV Illustrated circular, terms and two weeks'
trial or Missouri washer: washes dirtiest clothes
by hot steam w ithoot rubbing; easily sold; profit
able. J. YVOP.TH, MBeefcmanet., N. Y.
-TTJ-ANTEJO-SALESMEN AT 175 PER MONTH
r salarv and expenses, to sell a line of silver
plated ware, watches, etc. ; by sample only; horse
and tean furnished free; write at once for full
Strtlculars and sample case of goods free. STAN
ARD SILVERWARE CO.. Boston, Mass.
WANTED-ALL BRICKLAYERS AND CON
TRACTORS toknow that the headquarters
of the INDUSTRIAL MUTUAL BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, at 93 Fourth ave.. near Wood, Is
the authorized Central Labor Exchange for the B.
and M. L U.; no charge to employes or mem
ANTED-SALESMEN AT ONCE A FEW
good men to sell onr goods by salrfple to the
wholesale and retail trade; we are the largest
manufacturers In our line In the world: liberal
salary paid: permanent position: money advanced
for wares, advertising, etc. For full terms ad
dress CENTENNIAL MFG. CO.. Chicago. 111., or
Cincinnati, o. no9-77-wrsu
TTJ-ANTED-AGENT3-NEW AND WON
W DEBFUL book lu both English and Ger
man, recent explorations and adventures of Stan
ley in ttaewllas of Africa: thrilling accounts of
htsjourney across the Dark Continent: oyer 200
fine engravings: a bonanza for agents: send SO
eta. tor outfit: circulars free. BORLAND & CO.,
101 State St., Chicago, 111. de!8-7-ws
WANTED-NAVAL CLAIMS-WE DESIRE
the addresses of all the late officers of the
U. S. Navy, both volunteer and regular, and the
heirs of such as are deceased. We are preparing a
list of such for the purpose of keeping them thor
oughly advised as to all laws and decisions now
In force, or which may hereafter be made, affect
ing their Interests. TALLMAOGE & TALL
MADGE, Attrr.. 1423 N. Y. ave.. Washington.
1 D. C. del8-74
ANTED A GIRL TO WASH DISHES-AP
PLY at 37 DIAMOND S(j., city. deIS-58
WANTED-A GOOD GERMAN GIRL, WITH
rererenee. for light housework. Apply to
604 OARSON ST., S. S. fe!8-22
WANTED-100 GIRLS TO GET 12 CABINET
photos for II, at AUFRECHT'S ELIT1.
GALLERY. 616 Market St. Pittsburg. del8-o9
-TTTANTED-A GOOD FEMALE EXPER1-
VV ENCED cook for lunch room: good place
to right party. Applr at once, H2 LIBERTY ST.
Blole and Pejnale Helu.
YTTANTED IMMEDIATELY 20 QUARRY
VV MEN. chambermaids and cooks for small
families, S3 SO to U per week: girl to do nursing
and chamberwork: ion house girls. 10 Germans
and Swedes, dishwasher, dining room and pantry
girt MEEHAN'S, 543 Grant st deie-o
WANTED-SITUATION BY A COMPETENT
man as manager of producing wells. Ad
dress J. W Dispatch office. de!7-24
WAN1ED-A SITUATION AS BOOKKEEPER
by an experienced man with best of city
references. Address TRIAL BALANCE, Dls
patch office. del-2
WANTED-SITUATION IN GROCERY BX
young man 18 years old; has had one year's
experience. Address W. B. P., careC J. DUKE,
No. SI MUtenberger st, city. delS-6
WANTED-SITUATION AS 8ALESMAN1N
drygoods store or traveling, by an experi
enced young man; good references. Address A.
TONG, Duquesne, Allegheny. Pa. de!7-S5
-TTT ANTED SITUATION BY A YOUNG MAN
VV who can speak German and English: under-
stands all abont horses, cows and gardening: not
S articular In city or country. Apply 183 ROBIN
ON ST., Allegheny. delS-53
"ViTANTED-ONE OR TWO GOOD PARTIES.
W active or otherwise; to take an Interest In
a full running and rapidly growing lumber busi
ness in the city that has always made and Is now
making money, and susceptible of Increased reve
nue with additional capital and assistance. The
firm stands high In commercial circles, and Is full
of energy and enterprise, and possesses abund'int
means, and only proposes now to accept of addi
tional capital, with or without personal services.
In order to meet the expansive character of the
business. This Is a splendid opportunity to mate
an investment that has every element of safety
and profit, and offers the privilege or becoming
associated with gentlemen of integrity and finan
cial worth. Fuller particulars will be disclosed
only to principals and parties who mean business,
by Mr. Drape, who la personally acquainted with
the firm. Amount of capital wanted, tso.000.
J AS. W. DRAPJC A CO., LIB fourth avenue,
Rooms. Houses. Etc
ANTED TO BENT IMMEDIATELYj
house ariont 0 roams, modern lmurove-
ments: East End preferred; give location, terms
and full description: would arrange to take
present lease. Address B. R. SINGER, No. Ill
Fourth avenue. de!7-19
TJANTED-SMALL MOR1GAGES-L J.WIL-
W SON. 149 Fourth ave no26-SJ
-TTTANTED-S500 TO SW0,000-TO LOAN ON
DRAPE St CO., 129 Fourth ave.. Pittsburg. Tele-
nhnn. Vn DTK A11-M.r
phone No. 975.''
-TTTANTEOi-MORTGAGES ON PITTSBURG.
"TV Allegheny or suburban Improved real estite
In larce or small amounts at lowest rates. ALEX
ANDER A LEE, 333 Wood st. del-48-MW8
VV In large sjid small amounts at 4H. Sand
i ju iKfcc ajia smau amounts as
icr cent, ftce OS State tax: jio delay.
PSr.SF5h. 'J.00 0J State tax: jio delay. RfiJ
wiLtsw.t ui fourth ave.
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY ON MORT
GAG73 In amounts to suit In city or coun
?,rTi.,rt5t'j8Iercent, as to security: no delay.
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 89 Fourth ave.
TTTA-.4TED-TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
TV or (3,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4X percent free of tax: also smaller
amp ants at 6 and 6 per cent BLACK & BAIRD,
5xourth avenue. seH-dJS-D
SON, 103 Fourth avenue.
"YTTANTFD-TO kOAN (200,000 ON MORT
W GAGES: (100 and upward at 6 per cent:
1500,000 at 4)4 per cent on residences or business
property; also In adlolnlng counties. S. H,
FRENCH. IS Fourth avenue. oc2-4-D
WANTED-MOETGAGES-1100,000 TO LOAN
on mortgages. In sums from (300 to (10,000,
for S to S years on city property, at very low rates;
write for terms and give description of property.
J. E. GLASS, 13S FUth ave. Telephone No. LM.
WANTED-HIGHEST SPOT CASH PRICES
paid for second-band furniture, carpets and
houssoold goods of all kinds. 1211 PENN AVE
WANTED-TO BUY A SMALL CLOTHING,
furnishing goods, stationery or notion
business. Address, with full particulars, G. IL
H., Dispatch office. del8-l
WANTED ALL APPLICANTS FOR
liquor license to hare their bonds properly
executed berore THOS. MCCAFFREY, Notary
Public, 3509 Butler st Telephone 5511. Office
open evenings. del8-4
ANTED BUYERS FOR HOLIDAY
iroods: sneelallnducemehts to cash buyers;
diamonds, watches, silverware, clocks, etc;
spectacles and eyeglasses accurately fitted at low
est rates. J. M1TSCH, 130 Federal et., Allegheny.
WANTED-EVERYONE TO KNOW THAT
PEARSON; the leading photographer, of
98 Fifth ave. and 43 Federal st, All'y., is making
a life size crayon portrait, beautifully framed, and
one dozen cab. photos, all for (3; all line work.
WANTED FOR THE FOLLOWING 10
days anybody contemplating the purchase
of Christmas gifts to call and examine our great as-aoitx-entordlamonds,
watches. Jewelry, silver
ware, clocks and bronzes: our goods are entirely
new and consist of all tbe latest novelties to be
found in the Eastern markets: Just think or It;
you can buy a triple-plated sugar howl, pickle
castor, spoon holder, butter dish or cup at (1 each
at M. J. SMIT'S. 311 Bmlthfieid st
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE MAGEE" STREET A GOOD
2-story brick house of s rooms, cellar, etc :
lot 18x62 ft; price only (3,500. 1. M. PENNOCK
SON. No. 105 Fourth ave. deIS-23-Kwr
T7IOR SALE-SECOND AVE., 3-STORY BRICK
A house of 10 rooms, hall, cellar, gas, water,
etc; lot 21 ft. 5 In. by 130 ft to First ave I. M.
PEN NOCK A SON. No. 105 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE EUREKA ST., LATE ALLEN
TOWN, lot 64x120 ft., with a J-story frame
house of 6 rooms: price, (2,500: easy payments. I.
M. PEN NOCK Jfc SON, No. 105 Fourth ave.
IOR SALE-MT. WASHINGTON-OMAHA ST.
lot 25x130 ft., with, a 2-storr frame bouse
oi 4 rooms, auic ana cellar: price -i.4uu: easv pay
ments. I. M. PEN N OCK & SON, N o. 105 Fourth
FOR SALE-NEAR PENN AVE. AND NINTH
St. cor. property, -lot 22 ft. 6 In. by 95 to au
alley, 11 roomed dwelling: all conveniences: (15,
500; big bargain. ALLE3 & BAILEY. 164 Fourth
ave. Telephone, 167 dels-39-uwrhssu
FOR SALE-FORBES ST., NEAR CHlUjTNUT
a very desirable two story brick dwelling. 6
rooms and finished attic hall and vestibule; both
gases; price (3,600; terms easy; lot 20x6i). J. C.
ltEILLY. 77 Diamond st. delS-66-
-TJIOHSALE LOCUSTBTREET. NEAR MAGEE J
-a two-story Dries; dwelling. 7 rooms anu nn
lshed attic hall and vestibule n. and a. gas; a
very convenient and desirable home; lot 21x02. J.
C. RE1LL V, 77 Diamond st dels-66
FOR SALE-ON WATER NEAR GRANT ST..
a good paying investment 7 brick tenant
houses: lot 20x80 ft., with 40 ft In the rear; will
close at a bargain: apply soon. I. M. PENNOCK
A SON, No. 106 Fonrth are. deH-44-MWS
OR SALE VERY DESIRABLE 1NVEST-
jir.ni. snttiiman ?. near Twenty-ninth
3 brick dwellings lnood repair: will sell at
a bargain: owner leaving city. BALTENSPER-
v.4.a nnjuuijiotinxvuiuisvc. aeiJ-LO
FOR SALE FORTY-SEVENTH STREET
property; Ho. 62; lot 25x150 ft: 2 2-story
bricks: 12-story frame; in fair condltltlon; will
sell at figures that rentals will pay 10 per cent
Address F. K. HAPPY, 137 Irwin ave., Allegheny.
T7WR SALE-NO. 4515 CALVIN ST., SEVEN
J TEKNTH ward, new brlek dwelling, slate
roof. 5 rooms, hall, vestibule and large finished
attic: large stable on rear of lot: price (2, 500 at
terms to suit THOS. MCUAFFBEV, 35091iutler
FOR SALE (10,600 ON TAYLOR ST.. SIX
TEENTH ward, at terms to suit: lot45Hxl37
feet corner property. 5 almost new brick dwell
ings in first-class repair, now renting for (1.003 per
annum; will net over 8 per cent THOS. MCCAF
FREY, 3509 Butler st de!4-14-WE9u
FOR SALK-COLWELL STREET. A CHOICE
8 per cent net investment, a 2-story brick
dwelling of 6 rooms, hall, vestibule etc.. Inside
shutters, slate mantels, nat and art gas: lot20x
90 to Our alley: price. (4,300. J. E. GLASS, No.
133 Fifth ave Telephone 1764. delS-27
FOR SALE-ON MAIN. NEAR DAVISON ST.,
Seventeenth ward, at a sacrifice, as owner is
leaving the city, a new. 8-room brick dwelling,
with modern conveniences; lot 25x100: price
(4,500; all or half cash. bal. to salt; cost over
(5,000. THOS. MCCAFFREY, 3509 Butler street.
OR SALE (5.6'JONO.I INVESTMENT-NO.
310 Cedar st; lot 40x125; one frame bouse and 3
almost new brick aweiungs in No. 1 repair: the
wbole will rent for (720; plenty of room to build 3
more houses: K or K cish. bal. to suit; street and
alley paved. THUS. MCCAFFREY. 3509 Butler
T7XJE SALE-S4.000-FINE TWO-STORY AND
JC mansard brick, built during this rear; 8
Tooms, vestibule halt range, bath; cable cars
will pass this property before J nnuary Land own
er's valuation will be advanced (500 to (1,000: give
it your attention now. CHARLES SOMEIlS
CO., 313 Wood St. lei. 1773. delS-42
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE-BARGAINS IN
houses and lots for homes and Investments:
over 1,000 properties to select rrom: now Is the
time to buy; real estate is tbe best security in the
country,, and tbe safest place to put your monev.
Before buying be sure to call on THOS. MCCAF
FREY, 3509 Butler st Office open evenings.
Telephone 5514. de6-145-WESu
East End Residences.
FOR SALE-150 FEET FRONTING ON FIFTH
ave ; the choicest residence property now
unsold at Shadytldi: price low; nothing left as
good. MAGAW&GOFF, LIM., 145 Fourth ave.
FOR 8ALK-4-ROOM HOUSE, WITH FIN
ISHED attic and large lot: can build on both
ends: on line or Fifth avenue cable cars, this side
of Oakland power bouse: ouly a 6-cent rare etc
C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue. delS-24-ws
FOR SALE-ONE OF THE FINEST RESI
DENCES on Oakland ave.contalntngSrooms,
hall: bath, laundry, both gases, marble mantels;
ail the modern conveniences: lot 31x110: only 3
minutes' walk. from cable road; this desirable
house on easy terms. BLACK & BAIRD. 95 Fourth
ave. 2D-82. delt-64-15, 16, 17,18, 19,21
TJiOR SALE ON MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN,
A? new 8-room frame dwelling, hall, front and
back porches, slate mantels and tile hearths; only
S minutes from P. R. R. ; terms (oOO cash, balance
payable by the month; price (2,200: good chance to
get a home: possesion at once; Inspection Invited.
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave
FOR SALE THERE ARE TEN VERY DE
SIRABLE Douses now in course of construc
tion ou Oakland square; to be finished complete
ready for occupancy by April 1; five of these
houses are already sold, leaving five still available
lng to size and location; lota vary in size from 30x
100 to 02x150; Atwood st, now paved with asphalt
from Fifth ave. to Oakland square and traction
road being laid. Apply to SAMUEL W. BLACK
A CO., 99 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE AT HAZELWOOD - A FINE
residence on Sylvan ave. or 12 rooms, hall,
vestibule water, both kinds gas, stable and out
buildings: 5H acres ground; splendid location,
with pleasant surroundings; cheap to an early
buyer. 1. M. PENNOCK & SON, No. 105 Fourth
FOR SALE-S,500-SYLVAN AVE., 4 MIN
UTES' walk from Hazel wood station, a good
2-story brick dwelling of 8 rooms, hall, bath, both
gases, marble mantels. 2 porches and veranda,
about 1 acre of ground! forest shade and fruit
trees, etc BLaCK A BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave
TnOB SALE-W.O00-MOST. COMPLETE LITTLE
JD home in Fifth ward, Allegheny: house has 6
rooms, halt vestibule, bath, laundry, Inside
w. c, etc ; nothing like It on the market BAL
TENHPERGEB&WTr.l JAUM, lMFQMthave .
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FORSALE-S3,600-6-ROOM BRICK ON GOOD
St., In Second ward, Allegheny: car line
passes door; cor. prop. BALTENSPERGER A
WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth ave. de!7-15
FOBSALE-t500 CASH AND (3) PER MONTH
buys 6-room bouse on good street In Second
ward. Allegheny; a chance seldom offered: don't
miss it BALTENSPERGER Si WILLIAMS, 154
Fourth ave del7-15
FOR SALE-ALLEGHENY-FULTON ST.-A
snug 2-story brick bouse of 6 rooms, attic
good cellar, both kinds gas; In complete repair:
lot 18x72 feet: price (3,500. I. M. PENNOCK
SON, N o. 105 Fourth ave. del4-44-HWS
FOR SALE-(5.300-TWO BRICK HOUSES,
lot fronting two streets.l lne of streef cars,
Allegheny; prime Allegheny Investment that
must be sold during this month: look at It.
CHAkLESSOMERSCO.,313Woodst Tel. 1773.
FOR SALE-VERY DESIRABLE TWO-STORY
brick dwelling of 7 rooms, bathroom, w. c,
laundry, slate roof; lot 20x110 ieet to 20-root allcv;
near park. Second ward. Allegheny: price (6.500;
easy payments. WM. A. SIPE, 93 Diamond st
FOR SALE-A HANDSOME RESIDENCE,
almost new, with corner lot on the parks, Alle
gheny; most desirable location and particularly
fine residence; replete throughout with all modern
requisites and In elegant condition; would take a
smaller property In exchange as part payment
and allow long time on cash -difference. JAS.
VV. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue Pittsburg.
TTIOR 8ALE-AN ELEGANT HOME: CHOICE
1 location; Second ward. Allegheny: half square
from electric cars that are soou to run to the
Pittsburg Postoffice: all modern improvements,
containing 11 rooms, large reception hall, bath, 2
Inside w. c's. etc: stable and carriage house;
large lot 60x!37 feet to a street: this property Is In
the best condition: price (11,600. SAMUEL W.
BLACK St. CO., 99 Fourth ave. dell-68-WTS
TpOR SALE A SMALL CASH PAYMENT AND
x: balance on long time will buy a fine residence
site In Villa Park plan. Brushton; our prices are
very low. and now Is the time to invest. JOHN
P. BAXTER, Agent. 512 Smithfield street.
FOR 8ALE-WILKINSBURG-A FINE 9
room modern dwelling, well arranged: laun
dry, finished attic bath, hot and cold water, nat
gas, electric light slate mantels, fine tile hearths;
lot 80x264: price reasonable L. C. WELDIN,
Room 7. Union station, city. del4-15-Tnws
FOR SALE LOTM.
East End Lota.
FOE SALE-MUST BE BOLD PROMPTLY;
lot about 60 ft trout on Negleyave., E. ,
an elegant location for flno residence. GEO. T.
MCCONNELL, Forty-third and Butler sts.
FOR SALE-LOT 20x145 ON PENN AVE.,
near Collins ave : finest business location in
East End: will sell at a sacrifice: good reasons for
selling. SAM'L W. BLACK Si CO.. 99 Fourth
FOB SALE THE CHEAPEST . LOTS WITH
greatest advantages are the Baum Grove lots;
no extra cost for sewers, grading, curbing, stone
walks, etc.: easy of access: prices low; terms easy,
and money to build If desired. See MELLON
BROS.. East End, or JNO. F. BAXTER. Agent
512 Smithfield st del5-6S-wssu
TTIOR SALE-ON FIFTH AVENUE. BHADY
J: SIDE, three lots 88x245 each, opposite the
handsome residences of Messrs. Park, Reed, Mc
Cune and others: neighborhood and surroundings
the choicest in the two cities, and will appreciate
in value to double what Is now asked for It For
particulars Inquire of MORRIB& FLEMING. 110
l ourth ave. deS-41-wsu
TJiOR BALE-LOTS AT GLENWOOD; CON
r VENlENTtothe station and Second Ave.
Electric Railway: graded streets, sidewalks, city
water; houses and lots for sale ou monthly pay
ments. GEORGE C. BURGWIN, 150 Fourth ave
FOR SALE-SPECIAL BARGAIN IN IRWIN
ave. lots, near North ave,, to quick buyer.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
FOB SALE-FARM, 110 ACRES, VERY BEST
of buildings. In rich farming community
Lawrence co.: mnst be sold soon. ED.WITTISH.
410 Grant st., Plttsourg. del3E
FOR SALE-AN EXCELLENT FARM OF 140
acres within driving distance of numerous
nourishing Western Pa. towns, at (25 per acre.
CHARLES SOMERS 4 CO.. 313 Wood st Tel. 1773.
FOR SALE-GARDEN. FRUIT AND NUR
SERY farm, with 12 acres adjoining town;
nice house barn, greenhouses, etc. : profits about
(2, 000 per year; price S3, 500; no competition: rare
chance. Address C. H. FOLSOM, Lima, Ohio.
FOR SALE 4, 000 ACRES HEAVY TIMBER
Cameron county. T. LIVEZEY. Allen's
lane Phlla. del8-9S-w
TJOR SALE-CORNER PROPERTY ON GRANT
IX? st, below Diamond, suitable lor building pur
poses; price low; tot xt;..l. J. .k&uijLiX, n uia
FOR SAJLE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE A LARGE BUSINESS PROP
ERTY on Water street city: substantial
building: adapted for almost any kind of busi
ness. JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth ave
nue Pittsburg. delS-28
FOR SALE-CONSULT VALUATION IN THE
Allegheny Diamond; we will discount the
lowest In a quick sale of a choice business prop
erty in that locality. Call on us, CHARLES
SOMERS CO., 313 Wood st. delS-42
FOR SALE SOHENLEY LEASEHOLD ON
Water St., n. Penn ave., lot about 50x75 ft.,
brick store and dwelling of 8 rooms and a 2-room
brick house In the rear; will be sold at a low price:
a good investment 1. M. PENNOCK & SON,
No. 105 Fourth ave. de!4-44-Kws
OR SALE-ONE OF THE OLDEST AND
hast rm wtn rr nhntn 11 dfIa At A llsshan! si
.!.. uvst h"J a Mil, uuwhv puiiviiw va attvs,utuj . t
rare chance for right party: good reason for sell
In,?. niOTO. Dispatch office. dell-SG-wrhssa
FOR SALE GROCERY DAILY CASK
sales. (o0: can be doubled: elegant rooms in
best location, nice fresh stock; Invoice tZOOO: one
or the nicest stores In State Address C. H. FOL
SOM, Lima, Ohio. del5-28-wsu
FOR SALE SALOON. WITH EXTENSIVE
trade: fine rooms: In best location In this
growing city: population 20,000: large stock
liquors: cheap rent; making money: best opening
In the state. Address C. H. FOLSOM, Lima, Ohio,
de 15-28- W8u
FOR SALE-THE DRYGOODS DEPARTMENT
of a first-class general store doing a profit
able business In a town of not less than 12,000 In
habitants; uo old 6belf worn goods; a splendid
chance to the right parties: all communications
confidential. Address E. T. S., Dispatch office.
FOR BALE-GRAND OPPORTUNITY FOR
one or two active men with some caoltal to
step Into a paying wholesale produce commission
business, profits this year will reach (10.000; owner
engaged in other business reason for selling. Ad
dress F. C. DICKSON, 140 Monterey St., Alle
OR SALE-GROCERY STORES IN BOTH
cities, from (350 to (10,000; cigar stores (250,
(350, (500. (1,800; shooting gallery paying (75 per
week clear of expenses; drugstores: general
country stores:boardlng bouses, milk routes, con
fectioneries, bikerles and other good business
chances. SHEPARD & CO.. 54 Fifth ave no23
FOR. SALE MISCELLANEOUS,
machinery ana Metals.
OR SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
and refittedr renalrintrnromntlv attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY ANDMACH1NECO..LIM.,
below Suspension bridge Allegheny, Pa. aul0-29
OR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles In stock, from 4 to
100 b. p. ;all 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,
OR SALE- HOISTING ENGINES, NEW
and second hand: wire and manllla roocder-
nca ana niungs, noisting tuns ana cars, ciav ana
ore pans, engines, boilers and machinery.
THOMAS CARLIN'S SONS, Lacock and Sandusky
sts., Allegheny. an5-17-xwr
FOR SALE THEUNDERSIGNED.RECEIVEB
of Rees, Shook Sk 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.Re
celver, Bakewell Law Building, Pittsburg, Pa.
FOR SALE HOLIDAY GIFTS-SOLID SIL
VER stem-winding watches, (5, (6, 17, at M.
J. SMIT'S, 311 Smithfield St. lie 15-133
FOR SALE-HOLIDAY GUTTS-MISSES' AND
children's rings, solid gold, 75c (1 25, (1 73.
M. J. SMIT. 311 Smithfield stT de!5-133
FOR SALE-HOLIDAY GIFTS - LADIES'
bracelets and bead necklaces. 11 25, (2 and
S3 45. M. J. BMIT, 311 Smithfield St. deli-133
FOR SALE HOLIDAY GIFTS LADIES'
vest Queen or Victoria chains, roll plate,
at (t (1 50 and (2 25. At J. SM11, 311 Smithfield
H BALE BILLIARD TABLE-ORDINARY
size second-hand, hnt rood as new: all com
plete Inquire of E. GREGG, of Logan, Gregg A
Co., No. 306 Wood street. del8-20
T OST-BUNCH OF KEYS AT MEETING OF
XJ McKlnley Lodge last evening. Tbe finder
win oblige by returning to JAMES S. McKE AN.
LOST DECEMBER 17, 1889. ON FIFTH AVE.,
Magee or Forbes streets, bank book. Finder
will be rewarded by returning to F. GRE1KKR,
corner Fourth ave. and Try st. city. delS-13
TfOUND-THAT M. J. SMIT, 311 SMITHFIELD
JD st, has 600 ladles' gold watches, all stem
winders and setters, which he Is selling from (9
to (45 each, and every watch Is warranted for
time and quality, and are suitable for holiday
t. ttcmcmDer vne naao ana unminr, a. 4,
U BWHBSHM It, Q.U-1-MWTM
East End Residences.
TO LET-VERY CHEAP-A NEAT NEW
bouse Grooms, late Improvements, finished
attic large lot: on Clayborne st., near Shadyslde
station. See W. A. HERBON St SONS, No. 80
-Fourth avenue. del8-J9-WThS
TO.LET BRICK DWBLL1NG.TVASHINGTON
'street Allegheny; 12 rooms, modern Im
provements. Inquire ROOM 208, Blssell Block.
TO LET TO GENTLEMEN ONLY rRONT
and back parlors, 436 Penn ave., furnished or
unfurnished (doctor or dentist preferred). In
quire 530 PENN AVE. ' dclS-45
TO LET-GOOD STOREROOM AND BUILD
INGS on Smithfield, Wood and second are
enue. C H.LO YE, S3 Fourth ave delS-25-WTSU
O LET-SIXTH ST., NEAR PENN AVE.,
storeroom 2 floors ahove cellar, etc.. 110 ft
deen. nlate rlass windows, unexcelled location.
SAM'L W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth are
Offices. Desk Boom. &c
TO LET LARGE OFFICE-INQUIRE ROOM
208, Blssell Block. de4-BS-MWTu
TO LKT-DESK ROOM IN OUR MAIN OF
FICE, with use or desk, etc.: rent low to
good tenants. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue.
rpo LET DESK BOOM IN VERY DESIRABLE
X office, central location, suitable for business
or profession. Address BEAVER, Dispatch
TO LrTT-FOURTH AVE. OFFICE-2 OFFICES
first floor, between Smithfield and Wood:
well llzhted; also large front office. Inquire
morris st Fleming, uo Fourth are
TO LKT-1300 PER YEAR-A LARGE, WELL
LIGHTED office with all modern conven
iences; newly painted and papered: has two large
closets for storage room. Inquire at GERMANLA
SAVINGS BANK. 423 Wood st noI3-3'.-D
TO LET-NOT A 6-BOOM BRICK HOUSE,
but to, let you know that you csn select
the nicest goods suitable ror holiday gifts at M.
J. SMIT'S 311 Smithfield St., who Is selling ladles'
rings solid gold, at (1 50. (2 00, (2 75. and war
ranted as represented. del5-127-MWTSn
PERSONAL-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, nearNlntb. nc3-33
PERSONAL-HE FELL IN LOVE WITH HIS
wife, and well he might after she presented
him. with one or M.J. Smlt's beautiful gold
watches, which cost her but (25. M. J. SMIT, 311
Bmlthfieid st, third door from Fourth ave.
PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURNED; recently tbey had not been on the
best of terms owing to a little family jar 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 work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor, 65
Fifth ave, corner Wood St., second floor, and
now everything Is lovely and peace andhapplness
again reigns In their household. Telephone 1558.
STRAYED-CAME TO THE PREMISES OF
SAMUEL .MCCOULLOUGH. Tenth ward,
Allegheny, a stray horse: owner can have same
by proving property and paying charges. delS-71
STRAYED PICKED UP BY THE POLICE IN
Allentovn. Thirty-first ward. November 29,
a stray bay horse 16 hands high: right hind foot
white; tbe owner Is Tierebv notified to come for
ward, prove pronerty, pay charges and take him
away or he will be sold according to law. Horse
can be found at VlERHKLLER'SLIVEHY.Wasb
lngton avenue Thirty-first ward. de!8-16
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED by the Fire Committee of tbe
boroueh of Wilkinsbnrg, Pa., until 4 P. M ,
FRIDAY. December 27. A, D.1S89,-at No. 83
Seventh avenue, Pittsburg, for the f urnishinB
In part or entire thelnllowtnc. delivered free in
boroueh, samples of hose to accompany bids,
alsu guaranty; 1,000 feet treated cotton woven
rubber lined fire hose Two hand hose jumpers.
One 2-wheel hook and ladder truck, or 4-wheel
hook and ladder truck with two five-gallon Are
extiDEuisbers. Four reducers with one-inch
nozzles attached. Two nozzles, -incb. Two
3-incb. Twenty-four spanners. One dozen
hose straps. Committee reserve the ricbt to
reject anv and all bids. ARTHUR STUART.
SAMUEL A. STEEL, Committee. delS-11
SEALED PROPOSALS, IN TRIPLICATE,
will be received at this office until 12 M.,
(local time), on WEDNESDAY, the 15th day
of January, 1890, for the construction and de
livery of L Two dump scows. 2. One dredge
boat Specifications will be furnished bid
ders on application, and detailed drawings
can be , examined and all necessary in
formation obtained at this office.' Pro
posals will only be considered from
those who can cive satisfactory evidence of
their ability to construct the dump scows and
dredge boat and In the time specified. The
United States reserves tbe right to reject any
or all bids. Tbe attention of tbe bidder Is in
vited to tbe Acta of Congress approved Feb
ruary 36. 18SS, and February 23, 1887, vol. 23,
page 332, and vol. 24. page 414. Statutes at
Large. D. W. LOCKWOOD, Jdajor of En
gineers, U.S. A. U.S. Engineer Office, Cos
torn House, Cincinnati. Ohio. December 16,
1889. dcl8-8-18.19 20. 21 Jal3.I4
GEO. D. RIDDLE, Attorney-at-Law,
118 Diamond street
TTISTATE OF WINFIELD 8. WILSON, DE
JCJ CEASED Notice is hereby given that
letters testamentary on the estate of Winfield
B. Wilson, late, of Allegheny county, deceased,
have been granted to tno undersigned, to whom
all persons Indebted to said estate are request
ed to make Immediate payment and those
haviDg claims against tbe same should make
tbem known without delay to MARY H. WIL
SON, Executrix, No. 23 Cabinet st, Allegheny.
FTHE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS NO.
1 of Allegheny county, No. 83 March term
1890, Notice Is hereby given that an applica
tion will be made to said court on the Uth day
of January. 1890, at 10 o'clock A. M. under the
general corporation act of April 29. 1874, and
the supplements thereto, for the charter of an
intended corporation to be called the "Linden
Club of Pittsburg," the character and object of
which is the maintenance of a club for social
enjoyment F. K. UcCANCE, Solicitor.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
TUESDAY, January 14, 1890. application
will be made to the Governor of Pennsylvania
by Percy F. Smith, J.J. McCormick, Wm. Mac
rum, Geo. Glass and W. A. Zann, under tbe
corporation act of 1874 and its supplements, for
the charter of a corporation to be called "The
Chartlers alley Electric Light Company." the
character and object of which is snpplylngllght,
heat and power to tbe public by means of elec
tricity, in Chartlers township, Allegheny coun
ty. Pa. WM. MACRUM, Esq., Solicitor.
NOTICE TO RTVERMEN. PLEASE
take notice that tbe south channel of tbe
Smithfield Street Bridge will be closed on and
addition to tbe bridge PENCOYD BRIDGE
AND CONSTRUCTION CO., Contractors.
NOTICE THE MEMBERS OF ALLE
GHENY Conncii No. 23, Daughters of
Liberty, will meet at Hmithfleld M. E. Church,
on THURSDAY, December 19. at2p.it, to
attend funeral services of our deceased sister,
Nellie O. Price. Members of sister councils
respectfully invited to attend.
By order OSCAR S. LOGAN, Councilor.
Attest: J. "W. SWOGER, R. 8. d18-29
Office of National Transit Co.,
Oil City, Pa. December 16, 1889. t
mHB PATRONS OF THE NATIONAL
X Transit Company are hereby notified that all
credit balances upon tbe books ot the National
Transit Co.. at tbe close of business, Dec 14, 1889,
and all outstanding acceptances and certifi
cates Issued on or prior to that date are
subject to an assessment of forty-six
thousandths (46-1000) of 1 per cent, or
fortv-six hundredths (46-100) barrels on a thou
sand In plpeagn paid oil on account of loss by
fire on the morning of December 15. 1889, from
tanks united register, numbers 1303 and 1304,
located near Clarendon. Warren county. Pa.
del7-85 P. O. DAY. General Manager.
ALLEGHENY NATIONAL BANK. I
PIttsbtjrq.Pa, December J 3. 1889.
ELECTION THE ELECTION FOR DI
RECTORS of this bank for tbe ensuing
year will be held at tbe banking bouse. No. 4o
Fifth avenue, on TUESDAY, January 14, 1890,
between tile hours of 11 A. Jr. and 12 jr.
del4-32a F. a HUTCHINSON, Cashier.
Fibst National Bank, Pittsburg. Pa i
PITTSBURG. December, 14, 1889.
1J1LECTION-THE ANNUAL ELECTION
U of nine directors for this bank, to serve
for the ensuing year, will be held at the Banking
House, corner Wood st and Fifth avenue,
TUESDAY, January 14, 1890, between tbe
hours ot II A. M. and 1 o'clock P. M.
del4-31-p J. D: SCULLY.
At the solicitation of many citizens I bare
consented to the use of my name for the office
ot Mayor of Allegheny at the comlsg election.
If elected will give say best efforts Is the inter
ests of oar peat anl growing city.
delS-M j- ST. W. MABTLX, TUtd VMd.
BANK STATE flCENTS.
REPORT OF THE COlvDITION OF TH.E
METROPOLITAN N AUONAIi BANK,
at Pittsburg, in the State of Pennsylvania, at
the close of business, December 11, 1889:
Loans and discounts .,.,.. ..J539,cVi5 11
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured... '.05 68
U. 8. bonds to secure circulati on 60, 000 CO
Due from approved reserve ag enta... 67,133 78
Due from other national bank: 1 33,743 48
Due from State banks and bankers... 7,858 67
Banking boose, furniture and 'fixtures 27,000 00
Current expenses and taxes ptaicL..... 6.844 13
Premlumson U.S. bemds..... 3,125 CO
Checks ann other cash Items. 64 67
Exchanges for Clearing Hod se 10,754 61
Fractional paper currency, nickels
and cents - 139 93
Spocie 21523 00
Legal tender notes 0.535 CO
Redemption fund with U. S. Treas
urer (5 per cent of circulation) 2.250 00
. 21.000 00
. 18,134 97
. 45,000 00
Capital stock paid in
National bank notes outstanding...
Individual deposits subject
to check .,MH,893
Demand certificates of de
Certified checks 970
Cashier's checks outstand'g 2I6
Due to other national b'nka 48,982
Dae to State banks and.
State of Pennsylvania, county of Allegheny, ss:
L George Seebick, Cashier ot the above named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above state
ment is true, to the best of tny knowledge and
belief. GEO, SEEBICK, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this Uth
day of December. 18S9.
P. M. CUSHING, Notary Public.
JOS. VOGEL. SR,
EEPORTOFTHE CONDITION OF THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, at Pitts
burg, in the State of Pennsylvania, at. the close
of business December 11. 1889:
Loans and discounts (2,781,552
Overdrafts A 1.350 00
U.-S. bonds to secure circulation.... 50,000 00
Other stocks, bonds and mortgages. 47.779 43
Due from approved reserve agents.. 365,441 21
Du from other National banks.... 46,0S6 50
Due from State banks and bankers. 18,869 72
Real estatp. furniture and fixtures. 317,650 00
Current expenses and taxes paid. . . . 13,067 98
Checks and otbercash items 2,80183
Exchanges for Clearing House 138,898 76
Bills of other banks 6.700 00
Fractional paper currency, nickels
and pennies 78 92
QPCC10.a,a lXj,31o Oil
Legal tender notes 210.000 00
Redemption fund with U. S. Treas
urer (5 per cent of circulation)... 2,250 00
.t 750.000 00
Capital stock paldm
Undivided profits 87,478 31
National Bank notes outstanding. . . 45,000 00
Dividends unpaid 3.996 00
h Individual deposits sub
ject to check 52,901. 703 57
Certified checks. 2,815 12
Due to other National
banks 165,625 08
Due to State banks and
bankers 76,859 70
State of Pennsylvania, County of Allegheny, ss.:
I, J. D. Scully, Cashier ot the First National
Bank, ot Pittsburg, Pa-do solemnly swear that
tbe above is true, to the best of my knowledge
and belief. J, D. SrULLY. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 16th
day of December, 1889.
JOHN EWING SPEER,
JOHN H. McKELVY,
DrptiBOB' Enuit Bete.
Elegant Business Property,
Adjoining the Dollar Bank on
LOT 45x85 FT.,
At auction on the premises TUESDAY, Jan. 7,
1890. at 11 o'clock A. 21.
For full particulars see
W. A. HERRON 4 SONS.
del8-32-ws No. 80 Fourth avenue
Grand Closing Out Sale,
AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
Regardless of cost balance ot our Sixth street
retail stock left over. Lace Curtains, Portieres
and Upholstery Goods in general. Also a very
fine line of odds and ends in painted and em
broidered Silk and Plush Goods, from onr
wholesale department Sale commences
Wednesday, December 18, at 10 A v. and 2 p.
u., and will continne until all is disposed of.
H. Holtzman & Sons,
514 WOOD ST.. BET. FIFTH AVENUE AND
VIRGIN ALLEY. del7-54
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-S6 THOS. W. McCUNE. Assignee.
Since July 1. 1889.
This remarkable sale ol dwellings proves con
clusively that tbe square meets with the ap
Eroral ot tbe majority of those who 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 can be bad
from any part of tbe square. Only four squares
from Fifth avenue traction road, and directly
on line of new electric road now being com
pleted as a feeder to the Fifth avenue line, and
which bring the square within 20 minutes of
Pittsburg postoffice for 5 cents.
Dwellings are constructed of brick by day
work, not by contract, contain 8 and 9 rooms,
wide balls, baths, inside w. c, inside shutters,
range, ladndry, cemented cellars, automatic
electric lighting, slate mantels and tile hearths;
in fact, all modern conveniences.
The square is 120 feet wide, with park in the
center, around which runs asphaltum pared
streets and sidewalks. Perfect sewerage, gas,
water, etc. Price W.500 to 110,000. Terms
Small cash payment down, balance $500 per
annum- SAMUEL W. BLACK S CO,
del4-84 99 Fourth avenue.
O'NEILL IN MONTE CRISTO.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
Dec 25. Maggie Mitchell In Repertoire.
-(RAND OPERA HOUSE.
It Box office now open for
EMMA JUCH GRAND OPERA SEASON.
House closed this week.
Every Afternoon and Evening.
MISS ADA GRAY
Week Dec. 23. Florence Bindley. del5-21
ARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
To-night Matinees Tuesday. Thursday
THE IRWIN BROS.
BIG SPECIALTY SHOW.
Wonderful Trained. Performing Seals.
GREAT STAGE SHOW.
Next Week Wild West delS-13
We can fill contracts for LOCUST POSTS
ranging from 00 to 5,000. All sixes; No. 1
timber. Delivered) by rail or water.
Address B. &. CO., Dispatch office.
you married f If not send your address to
THE AMERICAN CORRHSPOND1NG
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AN ORDINANCE-AUTHORIZING THE
opening of Evaline Street from Liberty
avenue to Breod's Hill street
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is bereby ordained and
enacted by tbe authority of tbe tame. That the
Chief ot tbe Department of Public Works be
and is bereby authorized and directed to cause
to be surveyed and opened within 60 days
frost the date of the passage of
this ordinance. Evaline street, from.
Liberty avenne to Breed's Hill stfVt
at a width of 50 feet In accordance) with oriV
nances of Councils locating tno same, approved
November 12, 1886, and September 27, 1877.
The damages caused thereby and the benefits
to pay the same to be assessed and collected in
accordance with the provisions of an act of As
sembly of tbe Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
entitled. "An act relating to streets and sewers
in cities of the second class." approved the 16th
dav.of May, A. D. 1889.
Section 2 That any ordinance or part, of
ordinance conflicting with the provisions of
this ordinance be and the same is bereby re
pealed so far as tbe same affects this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils
this 25th day of November, A. D. 1889.
H. P. FORD. President of Select ConnciL
Attest: GEO. 8HEPPARD, Clerk of Select
Council. W. A. MAGEE. President of Com- ;
mon Council pro tern. Attest: GEO. BOOTH.'
Clerk of Common Conncii.
Mayor's Office November27, 1SS9. Approved:
WM. McCALLIN. Mayor. AtteBt: W. H. -McCLEARY.
Mayor's Clerk. v
Recrrded in Ordinance Book. voL 7, page 215,
Uth day of December. A. D. 18891 de!6-14
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE
construction of a sewer on McCnlly street
from east side of Hiland avenue, connecting
with a sewer on Negley avenue
J Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the
ty of Pittsburg in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is bereby ordained and
enacted by the authority of the same That tbs
Chief of the Department of Public Works bo
and is hereby authorized and directed to ad
vertise In accordance with tbe acts of Assem
bly of tbe Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and
the ordinances of tbe said city of Pittsburg re
lating thereto and regulating the same.for
proposals for the construction of a pipe sewer
isincnesin diameter on juccuiiy street, tronx
tbe east side of Hiland avenue to a connection
with a sewer on Negley avenue, the contract
therefor to be let in tbemannerdirected by the
sud acts 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. D. 1889.
Section 2 That any ordinance or part of
ordinance conflicting with tbe provisions of
this ordinance be and the same 13 hereby re
pealed, so far as tbe same affects this ordi
nance Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils
this 25th cay of November, A. D.. 1889.
H. P. FORD. President of Select Council.
Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD. Clerk of Select
Council. W. A. MAGEE. .President of Com
mon Council protein. Attest: GEO. BOOTH.
Clerk of Common Council.
Mayor's office. November 27, 1889. Approved:
WM. McCALLIN. Mayor. Attest: W. H.
MCCLEARY, Mayor's Clerk.
Recorded in Ordinance Book. vol. 7, page 214,
14th day of December, A. D 18S9. del6-M
AN ORDINANCE-AUi'HORIZING THE
construction of a sower on Mulberry al
ley, from Twenty-second street westwardly one
hundred (1001 feet.
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coun
cils as3emoied.anu it is nercoy ordained and en
acted by the authority of the same. That the
Chief of the Department of Public Works be
and i hereby authorized and directed to adver
tise in accordance with the acts of Assembly of
tbe Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the
ordinances nf the said city of Pittsburg relat
ing thereto and regulating tbe same,
for proposals for the construction of
a pipe sewer 15 inches in diame
ter on Mulberry alley, from a point one hun
dred (100) feet westwardly from Twenty-second
street to a connection with the Bewer at the in
tersection of Mulberry alley and Twenty-second
street the contract therefor to be let in
the manner directed by the said acts of Assem
bly and ordinance. The cost and expense of
the same to be assessed and collected in ac
cordance with the provisions of an act of Av
sembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsyl
vania, entitled "An act relating to streets and
sewers in cities of the second clasi," apcrored
the 16th day of May, A. D. 1889.
Section 2 That any ordimwee or part of
ordinance conflicting with the provisions of
this ordinance be and the same is hereby re
pealed, so far as the same affects this ordi
nance. Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils
this 25th dav of November. A. D.. 1889.
H. P. FORD, President ot Select CouncfL
Attest: GEO. SHBPPARD. Clerk of Select
Council. GEO. L.HOLLIDAY President of
Common Council. Attest: GEO. BOOTH,
Clerk of Common Council.
Mayor'soffice, November27, 1889. Approved:
WM. MCCALLIN. Mayor. Attest: W. H.
McCLEARY. Assistant Mayor's Clerk.
Recorded in Ordinance Book. vol. 7, page.
209, Uth day of December, A. D.. 1889.
. No. 173. 1
AN ORDINANCE-GRANTING TO THE
East End Street Railway Company the
right to use certain streets and highways.
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by tbe
city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and
enacted by tbe anthority of the same. That
the East End Street Railway Company be and
is hereby authorized to construct and operate
a single or double track railway over the fol
lowing streets and avenues in the city of Pitts
burg, to-wit: To construct and operate its
main line of railway on Penn avenne from a
point near esnaay avenue, ana tnence
extending eastwardlv along Penn avenne
to the city line; Also to construct and
operate a branch railway upon Fifth
avenue, from Penn avenue to Grazier street;
thence npon Grazier street to Homewood
avenue, and thence along Homewood avenue to
Frankstown avenue; also to construct and op
erate a branch railway from the intersection of
Penn avenue and Fifth avenue along Fifth
avenue to Shady avenue; also to construct and
operate a branch railway from the Intersection
of Penn avenne with an alley opposite to the
mouth of Landwebr street; thence along said
alley to Shkepeare street and thence along
Shakespeare street to Center avenue.
Section 2 That said East End Street Rail,
way Company, in building and operating the
line or lines of railway contemplated by tbe
terms of this ordinance or any of them over
tho routes hereinbefore designated, shall have
the right to construct and use cable or elec
trical appliances for motive power, and shall
have tbe right to construct subways Deneath
the surface of tbe streets for that purpose.
Section 3 That the said railway company,
before constructing such subways, shall sub
mit the plans of the same to the Committee on
Public Works of tbe Councils of tbe city of
Plttsburgand, before the same are built and
constructed, shall be approved by said Com
mittee and the Chief ot the Department of
Public Works, and such subways so ap
proved shall be subject in their construction
and erection to the control and supervision of
tbe Chief ot the Department of Public Works.
Section 4 The rights granted by this ordi
nance are expressly given upon the condition
that tbe East End Street Railway Company
shall pave so much of all streets or avenues as
is occupied by it between its tracks and one
foot outside Its tracks with block stone, as-
pnaltum or other equally good materials, to De
approved by tbe Chief of the Department of
Pnblic Works, and keep the same In perpetual
good repair, as may be directed by the Chief of,
tbe Department of Public Works.
Section 5 The said railway company shall
commence to build and erect its plant within
nine months from the date of the passage of
this ordinance; otherwise tbe rights and privi
leges granting hereunder shall be forfeited.
Section 6 That before the provisions of this,
ordinance shall go into effect thesald East End.
Railway Company shall.withintbirtvdays after .
, Its approval by the Mayor.nle its written accept
ance, attested bv tbe hands of its President
and Secretary and the seal of the company
agreeing to J is terms. ,
Section 7 Tbe Chief of tbe Department of,"
Public Works shall have the right to employ
and place suitable persons to supervise the,
construction of said railway authorized by
this ordinance at the cost and expense off
this company, and in no event shall the city of.
Plttsourg be held liable for any damage to
person or property that may occur in any man
ner or under any circumstances during tbe
TlmffTPM nt thA ivnrlr thurnnn .
Section 8 That any ordinance or part of or- '
dinance conflicting with tbe provisions of this,
ordinance, be and the same is hereby repealed.
so taras tne same anects tni ordinance. j
Ordained and enacted into a lawlnConncilas
this 25th dav ot November- A. D. 1S89.
H. P. FORD. President of Select Council.
Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD. Clerk of Select!
Council, w. A. MAGEE. President of Com-
mon conncii pro tern. Attest: Ui.u. nuuiHA
Clerk of Common Council. jp
Mayor's office. November 2D. 1889. Approved
WM. McCALLIN, Mayor. Attests ROBERT
OSTERMAIER. Assistant Mayor's Clerk.
Recorded in Ordinance Book. vol. 7, page 216,,"
aim aay ot .December, a. v. .a. acio-n
Continued on the Eighth JPage.1
ClUITABLE HOLIDAY GIFTS
O kinds of birds and pet animaK parroti
pigeons and poultry; gold fish and fixtures;!
seed and gravel for birds: fine dogs, birds andQ
animals mounted to order at ESPICII'S BIRDS
STOKE, 610 Smithfield st, near Seventh ave.
t And all raanner of small instruments), ,
delO-B Fiita matM,