Pittsburg dispatch. (Pittsburg [Pa.]) 1880-1923, December 27, 1889, Page 3, Image 3
1 R ElWmm fEx-Pinkerton Man's Star .Engage ment as a Carbon Worker. Ki K, MILLMAN AHD WHAT HE DID. How tie Carton Strikers Shadowed a Philadelphia Spotter. IJOHN E. O'SHEA C0HF1EMS THE STOET James K. Millman packed up his crip- Back in rather a sadden manner on Christ mas Eve, and took his departure from this city for parts unknown, bat presumably for Philadelphia, There is nothing very remarkable in an ordinary, everyday citi zen '.taking this- everyday trip, but Jlr. HUIman is something more than an ordi nar everyday citizen; he is an ex-police- man, a .tunsienon uetecuve, miu jur iuc uu fiVe'br .six weeks has been in the employ ment of the Allegheny County Light Com- ,pany. JaJutt why an ex-policeman and Pinkerton -'detective should find it necessary to travel ''fall the way from Philadelphia to this city to -'leriter the employment of the Allegheny " iConnty Light Company as a sort of handy 4 man," can only be caused by his subsequent actions and their result ' ..The.facts in connection with this story - were not gleaned all at once and without considerable crossquestioning of the men ii with whom Millman was brought in contact. ft -A frj. AN ALL ABOUND MAN. fit VAt first it could not be ascertained in what s 'Mrmnitv Millman was emriloved bv the company, ne was neither a caroon sewer, a .lineman, an engineer, machinist. -or belong- S Sjing1 any skilled branch of the trade, and all that could be ascertained relative to his "-work was that he was put to doing easv jobs iaround the shops, within which ne always fremained. His fellow workmen did not at Ifirst pay any particular attention to him. rijhey regarded him as one of themselves. ' rf, He took an interest in the afikire of the new- f ly formed union, of which he soon became a 7 .....,.&.. 4 ,, m-att,t ,n ntepnccTtiir rna grrievances which, about this time, began to "engage the attention of the company's eni iployes. Soon, however, some suspicion larose as to his genuinness.. It was noticed ithat when be was engaged in speaking to lany of his fellow workmen, and others ap Iproached, he immediately changed the con Ivereation; but still thore was nothing to in Edicate that he was other than an ordinary working man. QUIETLY ENSCONCING HIMSELF. On arriving in the city he had engaged a room in a boarding house on Seventh street, near Penn avenus, and was particular in having it all to himself. His mail was pretty extensive, and he -received at least $f one letter each day. Tn this room he wa&in s, "the habit of receiving visitors, generally 1 .- alter dark, and sometimes at a late hour, Jfcjand it was ascertained that some of them ,belonged to a much higher scale in social life than that to which Millman seemed to belong. He was a reglar boarder, paid f''ihis bills strictiv in advance, and never . sought either relaxation or amusement. a. Xt was only last week that some indica Wtions as to Mr. Jlillman's real character .Jfy leaked out He was one of the leaders in -.the movement among the carbon setters for y,,ltbe reinstatement of the discharged men, Vand it was largely on his counsel that the 25 -djmen now on strike decided to take that step. e iIh the secret meetings, which were held to '.'consider this matter, be took such an active ipart and was so extreme in his counsels that "the suspicions of one of the men, more " shrewd than bis fellows, was aroused, and 1 ."inquiries into his antecedents were set on .foot. r A DETINUE ANSWER CAME. rAmong the answers received to inquiries was a letter from a G. A. E. Post in Phila delphia, which stated that James K. Mill man, lor that was his real name, was at present a private detective and had been a . policeman under tbe regime of tlie last (fcjifa-orjof .PinaJeTphia. 'This was safficient indication ot Jllllman's Teal occupation, andiromtheday of the receipt 6f thePhil- -adelpTua letter he was never out of the sight of some of tbe Electrical unionists. To test his object "iia joining the union a trap was r laid Jor him At the meeting of the union at which the committee to act with the gen eral committee to confer with the- Alleghenv Light Company regarding the strike, Mill tnari. vervmnch.to his disgust, was chosen as one ot the three members. On the davs , following he was shadowed everywhere he went. On Sunday night he locked himself - vin his room and prepared for flight, as he "Hr about believed the situation was getting r rather too warm to be pleasant. But he '"' could not get away from his close friends, "", who chaffed him on his eagerness to get '? home for the holidays, bat they wonld not i -let him out of their sight. ME. MTLLSIAN WAS UNWELL. if On Monday last, the day set for the con ' ference between the company and the coin s' mittee, Mr. Millman complained about feel - ?-ing very unwell and began to excuse bim- Bell from attending the meeting. But to ' rthia Ihe other members would not agree; .sJthev were anticipating a very dramatic ' fscene when the company was confronted " with tbe proofs of employing a Pinkerton de- ,5 ,' tective to play the spy on the legitimate workers. As it happened, the conference of f-y Monday took a turn which was not antici- s pated, and which rendered it unnecessary to allude to the carious methods employed in a case. As a result of the meeting, as already announced it was agreed that a contract embodying certain conditions should be drawn up and submitted to the company at aifurtner meeting yesterday. Mr. Millman was a very unhappy man during the whole iof the conference. He knew that his whilom -comrades were aware of his real character .-f and he momentarily expected an explosion. NO EXPLOSION TOOK PLACE, But it did not come for reasons which it is '. unnecessary to particularize. -a On the day succeeding the conference, namely, Christmas Eve, Mr. Millman re ceived a letter at his boarding house, and which he was at especial pains to read aloud ior the delectation of those within hearing. Jit conveyed an intimation to him to get out jit once, or else take the consequences. It "vas a regularly mailed city letter, and it muy have emanated from an over zealous striker, or been written to Mr. Millman by 'himself. Anyhow, he thought he had had ejiough of Pittsburg, for he left the same - evening, though having paid up his board v . ''to to-iay. " So much had been learned from conversa tions with several people, and Chairman of r 'the Conference Committee, John E. O'Shea, ' sMrarcalled upon for an explanation of the -'BEtory. He was very reluctant to say any ' 'thing about it, especially as the difficulty "'between the strikers and the company ,seemed to have a pleasant termination, but, ins'ifhad become known, he at length cor- iroboratea the story as it appears above. "-3T MB. O'SHEA'S CONFIRMATION. at isn't the first'time." said he. "that Pinkerton men have been introduced into organizations to create distension, and to try to' break them up. I am sorry the story has got but, as I would have wished to have set tled the matter quietly; but if you gentlemen of the'press'Tget hold of anything like a $ jstorr yomcan'Chold it "We haven't anv filoubt.tbat "Millman was hired to spy on the re -jnen 'and break up the union that existed amone them. Back of all this there is a , .good deal more which will see daylight when ' the proper time comet The opinion among the out linemen and carbonsetters is that the 25 special officers no wi engaged in shadowing them are also Pinkerton men sworn in by the Pinkerton agent in his city as special city officers, ''and in the employ of the company. " The contract or agreement drawn up bv the joint Jabor committees was yesterday submitted ito the Allegheny County Light .Company, .no conierence was neiaregard linclit. asMr. Blaster, into whose hands it ijpaued, desired to exhibit to the higher officials of the coapany fr-thir considerar tion. " ' p' Mr. Blaster said that he would commit the result of the deliberation of his company on the document to the joint committee in writing. An effort was made to see Superintendent Blaxter, of the Allegheny Light Company, in rerard to the above Btorv. but he had gone to his home at Edgewood. Several of the working force at the Virgin alley power house were seen, but they declined to make any comments, cood, bad or Indifferent. TO SETTLE A QUESTION. Chief Brown Will Welcome a Competitive Trial of Fire Engines He Mokes a Formal Statement. Chief Brown, of the Department of Pub lio Safety, like the majority ot the other city officials, is becoming somewhat wearied with the incessant squabbles -which haye re sulted from the rivalry between fire engine manufacturers. He said yesterday that he would make a practical finish to the dis cussion by a public proof, and sent the fol lowing communication to.Major "W". 6. Mo Candless, President of the Board of Under writers : Pittsburg, December 26. 18S9. W. Q. McCandless, tsq.. President of Tire Un derwriters', Association: Dear Sib I am exceedingly anxious to have the Bureau ot Fire of the city of Pittsburg equipped and supplied with the very best ap paratus of every kind andicbaracter. And. as you are aware, there Is a great difference of opinion as to which make and manufacture of fire engines is the best for fire service, and would ba the best for the city of Pittsburg. As this Is a question ot ereat moment to the city, and especially to your Fire Underwriters' Asso ciation, I would respect! nliy asfc that a com mittee be appointed, say one man to be selected by tbe Fire Underwriters Association, one by this department to represent the city of Pitts burg and one to represent tho,Usby Manu facturing Company, or any othet company that mar aesire to enter Into a competitive contest with a view to accurately ascertaining the merits and demerits of the engines that may enter into said competitive contest. An early response to this communication will be appreciated. Very truly yours, J. O. Brown. Chief Department of Public Safety. In speaking of this letter, Mr. Brown said: "This is the first official communication that has passed between the Board of Under writers and myself concerning this matter, but as they have been giving it some con sideration' and have been quoted as having expressed a desire for better fire equipments than we have in the city now, I hope they will take advantage of this opportunity to -prove which make of fire engines is superior ina public contest. It will properly be in the hands of the Underwriters' Association to arrange for and conduct the contest, for it is not only their expressed desire to have tbe test which caused this offer of mine to be made, but they are especially interested, and it is best that they should conduct it, then there will be no opportunity to charge the friends of the Amoskeag engines with putting up any kind of a job. I desire that there shall be a fair, square test, and the test to determine the superior engine. If the Silsby or any other manufacture of machine is proven to be the best, I will assure you there will be no more Amoskeag engines purchased for Pittsburg." Begarding the selection of thx city's rep resentative on tbe Committee ot Judges Mr. Brown said he would select a man who would be acceptable to the other gentlemen on the committee. He believed that the committee should be composed of men well versed in hydrostatics and other lines of ma chinery. The city's representative should be a man who was not affiliated in any man ner either with the city government or any of the engine companies, and as far as he was concerned Mr. Brown said he would he willing to select a man from outside tbe city. -"We are anxious- to have the very best obtainable," said Mr. Brown, "and if the engines now in use ate not the best I want to know it" DO KOT BELIEYB IT. No Stock Taken In tbe Story of the Large Steel Wheel Company. Manufacturers ot this city o not take much stock in the storysent put from Mo-. JCeesport, to the effect.tnat.. John BZiott, of Kittanning, was organizing a'company With a capital of $3,000,000 to build four steel wheel plants. The plants were to be located at McBleesport, New York, Chicago and San Francisco. The headquarters of the company was to be in this city. In a talk with one of the directors of tbe Novelty Steel "Wheel Company, of Bissell station, yesterday, the gentleman said the story was all bosh. Mr. Xott, he said, bad tried to do business with tbe patentee of the Novelty Company. After considerable dickering, the patentee. Mr. A. C. Hall, of Denver, Col., droptd the matter and en gaged himself with the other concern. The latter is almost ready to begin the manufacture of the wheels. They have erected their plant and will begin turning out their product within a week or ten days. Tbe capacity of the concern will be 100 sets or 400 wheels per day. The wheels are to be used in carnage and vehicle building of all kinds. This is tbe only concern ot the kind in the country. A numbe r of com panies are said to be in process of forma tion, but none of them have erected plants yet " ANOTHER PURCHASE iTADE. The Flan of Widening Cherry AUer Still Procresalnc- Bay unto day uttereth speech and some times night uttereth knowledge respecting real estate purchases in the squares between Liberty, Grant -and Smitbneld streets and Fifth avenue. Several purchases heretofore made, but not reported, were heard of yester day. Among them was a.2U-foot lot belong ing to Mr. McEldowney, for which 95,000 was paid. It was purchased by Black & Baird, but the seller was not informed of the ultimate object, nor does he seem to care. W. C. McEldownev. Esq.. said the nriee paid was a fair one, bnt had not the option J ueen i&.ca uii lime iae property wouia nave been withdrawn from the market, as it is highly productive. It is only 60 feet deep and rented for (40 a month. Madam Eumor says, and she seems to be pretty well supported, that the Schenley leaseholds bounded by Cherry and Straw berry alleys and Grant street have been sold, supposably to tbe same party, or par ties that are buying property around there, and it is supposed the leaseholds would not be purchased unless it were understood that tbe ground itself can be bought. In discussion of the many rumors in cir culation, Hon C. F. McKenna said: "You knof there is talk of a syndicate buying Grace .Reformed Church at the corner of Grant street and "Webster avenue.1' SOME iilSLEADLNG REPORTS. The Allegheny Jr. O. U. A. M. Are Indlg. sant Over a Mistake Made. The American Mechanics of Allegheny are in a high state of indignation at the statement; made by an evening paper to the effect that the order had asked for tbe privi lege of conducting the dedicatory exercises of the Carnegie Library. A prominent Me chanic said yesterday: "We never made such a request, und the statement does us a creat injustice, and why we should have been charged with such an absurd thing is something I cannot under stand." Ihe foundation for the statement referred to possibly lies in the fact that the Alle gheny Monumental Committee had made an effort to secure the Music Hall for an enter tainment alter the building has been dedi cated. " Fob a disordered liver try Beecham'g Pills. Peaks' Soap the purest and best ever made Japanese Leather Papers. The largest assortment of these goods to be found in tbe city at Crur&riae, Bane Sc Bas Eett'f, 416 Wood fit. msmsffimsm MRSf - The PrelimiHarj Contest for High School Opportunities. AVERT HANDSOME SHOWING MADE The Bub-District Schools Have Btndents to Advance. Many COMPLETE LIST OP THE SUCCESSFUL I The result of the High School examina tions was announced last night. There were 552 successful candidates who made an aver age entitling them to attend the final ex amination next June. The honors were carried off again by the Grant school. The highest percentage made by any ap plicant was made by a Grant school boy, "Walter Bosenbaum, who made 90.5, and all of the class made 80 per cent or better. The second average was 89.5 per cent, which was made by Lydia Miller and Eddie Knoell, of the Birmingham school, Mary H. Morgan, of the Grant school, and Agnes Bobertson, of the Howard school. Below will be found the names of the pu pils who passed the examination, and tbe average made by each. In addition to the pupils who passea a number are entitled to a reexamination. These are: Drawing Numbers 290 and 555. Geography Numbers 61, 62 201, 339, 350, 359, 376, 403, 509, 536 and 5981 Incomplete Numbers 144, 145, 196, 252, 481, 504, 593 and 538. ' These pupils will be re-examined in the first week in January. JU.LEJ," 6CB-DISTEICT. Number In class, 12; passed, 8; to be re-examined, I: filled, l. 546. Harry Bechter..7I.O 531. Harry L. Flsher.74.S 547. Alfred Kosser...77.2 594. Emma Weber. .83.0 54S. Allen Pence 78 2 596. Virginia Boyd...70.3 549. Ira l,eregrlme...77.5 97. Heme Scott 70.2 650. Forest lJitton...74.1 599. LeannahSmrth..74.7 BEDFORD SUB-DISTMCT. Number In class, 9; passed, : to be re-examined, 0; failed. 0. 494. Jennie McGU1...77.5K3. Charles Moore. ..81.7 501. Don Miller. 30. 5 525. Eddie Ounnlng, .84 2 503. Carrie Bensner.. 80.2 532. Louis Davis 79.7 514. Willie Stone 81.5 534. John Moore 8X0 521. Samuel Klces..79.7 BIRMINGHAM SCB-DI8TRICT. Number in class, 16; passed, 16; tobere-exam- inea. u: xauea, u. 18L Lizzie Grosi.,,.83.5! 183. Amanda Weber.88.7 1236. Ralph Davis 82.5 238. BenJ. Prltchard.78.0 185. Carrie Hchafer.,70.7 240 H. Brewster ...71.6 247. Eddie Knoell... .89.5 249. Bern'd Erdman.82.0 256. "W. bchnchman.78.2 25S. George Monro. .82 5 260. JohnCarr 73.7 202. j,vdla Miner ....89.5 2M. Fannie HipMns.77.0 211. Mattle araesslc.80.2 227. Ueorge Weber. .80.7 229. W1UE.-Weber...80.2 DUQUES27E SUB-DISTltlCT. Number In class, 4; passed, 1; to be re-examined, l: failed, 2. 556. F. A, Aland 81.0 rORBE J SUB-DISTRICT. Number In class, 23; passed, 23: to be re-exam- xnea, u; xaiiea, u. 107. -Ella F. 0'Hara..73.7 108. S. L. Nicholson.. 81 5 109. Ma'ell. fiercer.. 83.0 125. Fred h. Grof....81.2 126. J. L. Stewart 83.2 127. AmTM.Turbett.88.0 128. A. B. t),Brien...83.2 IS. SI. W. Kleteh- buscb 82.0 130. Agglo 1. Ewens.79.5 131. Herbert L.Mar..84.0 113. Cora SI Wblte...78.s 114. MarB.Ueed 77.7 115. N.t. Ker'lgan..83.0 116. Clara M.Pastre..77.7 119. 1. H.CampbelL.79.2 120. LU. L. Harris.. .82.5 121. K. C. Patterson.78.0 122. L.J.CBorland. 81.0 123. Alice A. UoUn..78.7 132. M. U.S. Boss 82.5 133. A. E. Fischer.. .82. 7 134. o. J. Scbatrer...84.5 134. W. H. Merlng...83.0 rBANBXIN SUB-DISTRICT. Number In class, 14; passed, 14; tobere-exam- mea, u; laiiea, u. 74. S. Oppenhelmer.75.7 106. S.Aurhammer ..83.5 110. MandBaumau .75.7 Ul. AlmCe Lamble..77.0 111. Olive Hays 80.5 117. Georgelodd 78.0 113. Kalph Hansell. .81.2 124. Kenny Evans.. ..76.5 81. ueo. wanaiess ..76.7 88. Ueo.Kngllsb 73.7 85. Clir. Simpson. ..75.7 103. Nellie Slemon ..76.5 101. Anna Lyons 82.0 105. Grace Bohm 72.5 GRANT SUB-DISTRICT. Number In class. 26: passed, 26; to be Ve-ex-amlned. 0: failed, 0. 237. S.M. Crawford..84.2 389. HarrrW.Burke.80.0 433. Elsie M. rhelps.85.0 440. Etta Bennett.... 84.5 446. Wm. Levy 88- 413. Alex. Splrd 86.2 459. J.N. McLean. 85.2 457. Marv H. Burtt..81.7 396. MaryH.Morgan.89.5 398. Thos. B. Ferry..85.5 400. A.Friebertha'r.88.5 409. B. C Hannan...85.2 416. Rosa K. Case... .89.2 418. Nellie A. Orant.88.7 420. A. Z. Whaler.. .88.0 427. M.E.Hutehtri'n.83.7 429. Kate McCoy....83.2 431. K.T5. bklrble..85.0 459. Mazle C. Byers.S9 5 552. B. W. McLean. .87.5 553. -W. Kosenbaum.90.5 554. Harry WIlson..83.2 565. Geo. O. Wilson. 84.0 David B. Smith. 82.5 43S. Flora tioldman.80.7567. D. W.Talne. 87.7 HANCOCK SUB-DISTRICT. Number' In cUu, 11; passed, II; to be re-ex- aminea..:xauea, u. 152. Katie Nncent 80.2 154. H. McKeever...78 0 161. Nettle btewart..74.7 188. Albert Braaley.77.5' 190. Jos. SnlllTan....78.7 197. And. Maloney...79.5 199. Eddie Keane....82.2 170. Harxr 0'NeU...8I.2 177. Geo. Smith 70.5.206. WUUe Horgan..S2.o 179. Jos. Ulld.ernew.so.Ji HILAND SUB-DISTRICT. Number In class, 23; passed, 22; to be re-exam ined, l; zaueo, u. 146. Geo. S. Calvln...70.7 14S. Wm. E. Kler....7L5 20s. Wm.F.McNalr.77.2 210. B. H. Patterson.84.5 212. CH. Langdon...74.0 214. CW.Tbompson.79.0 217. Kobt. O. Fulton.88.0 219. Kosle MeMabon.79.2 150. Alex. uemDEter.76.7 157. T. H. Jlllllken...80.0 159. J. M. Negle. .-.70 7 ISb. J. W. SIcNalr...7.',7 163. F. H. Donofree.0.7 192. Marr A. Black. .78 7 1M. Annie M. Staas .77.5 203. M.E. Fltzgerald.83.0 205. K. Edna Grove. .72.0 254. Bose E. Slater...83.2 261. H. M. Kendrlck.84.5 263. AllceE.Bansom.85.7 265. Martha M Graff.65.2 407. J.G. Hcndersbn. 82.0 , nOMEWOOD BUB-PISTBICT. Number In class, 10: passed. 10: to be re-examined, 0; failed, 0. 467. Cora E.Clawson.72.2 469. B. G. Whltmore.72.0 476. AnnleKlnkead. 68.5 478. Jennie Sherratt.68.7 489. Anna B. McKee.83.2 .ira. Jonn L. Caven..74.7 574. D.T, McLaugh lin 72.0 A8n. l.rMT nhamTllin7l.7 575. A. M. Wlndlsch.80.5 487. H. E. Smith 71.5 nOWARD SUB-DISTBICT. Number In class, 26; passed, 25; to be re-exam ined, i: lauea, o. 151. A.Wlneland 86 2 ITS. J. D. Gogley....81.0 ISO. Ollre J. Gonld..75.2 182. Jessie Locfner...89 0 184. Maggie Hall 86.0 187.--011ver H. Bblne.68 0 189. Wm. H. GoeleT.77.2 153. It. J. BaTburn...76.2 155. Edw. Petzer ....74.2 158. Olive X. Butler..7u,s 160. Mary Palmer. ...76.5 162. F. O'Ionnell....80.l 164. Cora Beehcl....82.0 167. L. S. McQulston.80.5 169. E. E. Krueger. .71.2 171. Kate Wllklnson.75.0 173. MarkMcGaffev..85.0l 198. B.W. btelmme- rlcb 80.0 200. R.Y.llcKlnnon.81.5 207. J. A. Hamilton. .81.7 .209. Jobn M. Martin. 75.2 175. A. Koberton..89.Si216. Kobt. Crelgbton.82. 176. A. L. Bovard... .73.21218. W.F.McQuIst'n.79.7 HUMBOLDT SUB-DISTRICT. Number In class, 15; passed, 15; to be re-examined. 0; failed, 0. 163. 8. W Provost...70.2f224. Henry Hace .78.7 16.1. George Buehlen7s 0 231. Badle Torner M.s jtz. .loc-Aaams .y.o 174. Fred Morgan. ...7S.S 186. Carrie Vanx 81.2 213. L. O. Williams. 8S.4 215. John Kudolph ..87.0 222. Frcd.Es;llsdorf..sO.O 23. Leila H.Bedman.74.S 235. Fred Venke 84.7 242. LenoraStolle....75.7 244. EllaVaux 7S.O 231. AllceArboKast...73.S ksox suB-msTmcT. Xsmber In class, 13; passed 12; to be re-examined, 1; failed, 0. 472. Willie Moffet.... 79.31512. JUggle Bevan...85.0 474. Al.Zlmmerman.83.7 52S. Laura Wheatler.69.0 432. ArrlneCole 80.51523. Anna Jones 75.7 4S5. Hsm't'n Wlckes8I.0.&i, Mary Bammes..80.S 492. FjankHall 79.5 537. Carrie Vlckesu8l.7 499. Clar. Guthridge.77.7 039. May McKee 77.7 LUCKET SUB-DISTBICT- Nnmber In class, 15; passed, 15; to be re-exam- ineatu: xaiieu, u. 559. L. 1). Sanders.. .77.5 .va. Blanche Klshcr.TT.S 579. William BeJ1....77.6 580. George Osborne. 76.2 581. F. J. Trlmble.7S.7 SSI. M. A. McMurrky73.7 562. Katie A. Hunt..72.2 5SX. 8. Wolitoneroft.81.ti 664. Flora Thomnson 74.2 582. Dennlns Sbaler.73.6 ub. ii. r. LinauT ..70.7 584. Law. H. Glbson.81.2 585. Frank 8. Bond. .79.0 577. Herbert Asnun.75.5 678. WllUeBrown....78.7 LAWKENCE STTB-DISTSICT. Number In class, 7; passed. 7; to be re-examined. 0; failed, 0. 307. Wlnlrd Gorman.78.21320. Jobn A. Driicol.83.7 399. F W Ochsenhlrt.87.0 347. Fred tlaunders..84.2 316. N.;W. Brown...85.0 349. F. W.Crawrord.76.2 318. W M Neckerman84.2 4 LINCOLN SUB-DISTBICT. Number In class, 27; passed, 28; to be re-examined, 1; railed, a 272. Bessie Maddock.81.7 274. MarvHonklns ..70. 5 4UI. Geo. Campbell. .74.7 405. I'D Henderson.. 72.0 412. Albert E Kalser.80.7 2S1. Mamie MBrown.71.7 283. M. Longnnage...4.2 2so. Nellie td. Taylor.72 o 92. K. A. CillaW.78.5 414. Clara Beacom... .79.2 417, James 3 Jlorgan. 78.5 419. Geo. R. Walker.75.C 421. Frank B Adams.78.7 423. B. Kosenbereer.S0.7 294. Marr C Jamlson.77.2 299. Albert T Kasner. 79 X 301. V. K. 8troud...8S.2 423. M. LUlle Owens.77.S SOS. Charles E. Scott.81.5 S41. Marie Jones.... 88 S 543. Eva Dorn 78.7 545. Mary LJactson.88.2 303. John M. Jones. .70.0 305. Wm C. Holmes. .85.2 892. W. C McGrew. .80.0 894. LlUle D. Brown.73.5 LIBIBTT SUB-DISTBICT. Nnmber In class, 31; passed, 29; to be re-exam- lned, 2: failed, 0. 468. Bertha Young...80.7 511. WlUKTall 7X x 488. Carrie Rush 84.0 513. George Mason... 73.7 515. Alfred Dickey... 85.2 517. Kdlth Ebberts...87.7 519. May Carnahan, ..82.0 522. Robert Watt.... .85.0 524. Bert Lynn 81.7 531. Will Dunbar 79.0 533. Robert Brcmlev.84.7 555. EmniWinhoff.H. 470. NeIUeBocbman.85.7 477. Charlotte Eellh.83.5 479. Gertie Cox ....83.0 438. Joseph Page 79.2 488. Will Taylor 84.7 490. David Patton....7.S 433. Blanche English. 77.2 495. Frank Sbaver...84.0 497. F K. Addy 80 8 502. JennleJohnston.87.0 540. Leopard bborlgL8e.S 542. Llda Axtell 88.0 544. Fanny -Rush.. .,.83.0 573. Thos. Moore 85.2 oob. janesiu 77.7 508. Maggie Elder. ...84.2 510. Nellie Garrett.8l.2 MISIBSVTLLB SUB-DISTRICT. Nnmber In class,.lS: passed, II; to be re-examined, 2; failed, 2, ' 50. Alfred Lawton..8S.5 51. H.T. Waughter. 73.01 52. J. A. Lathwood.71.0 64. B. L. Smythe...78.0 58. M. E.Waughter.71.7 59. M. E. Patterson.70.9 80. W.E. Mlttler....77.2 63. C. F.MeElUgott.71.2 M. H. H. Johnston.85.7 65. C. Smith 75.0 67. M. E. Metcalf....(7,2 oa. is. v. juuiar 7J.5 M. E. N. Pettlt 77.0 S7. S. A Lavely....7.0 ( mUUibKkKJka BUXfUB-l!Ult.V3? r.1. i i- -i- r . - - - f am oeriBT Class, wwsea, aij io oo lned, 0; failed, a ' ' 6. A. h. Stewart... 79.S 7. A.P.KIrkpat,k.78.S 38. W. E. Zu-ckel.,.69.2 37. la. E. Little. .;,.TS.O 33. K, Jl.Andcrson.75.2 39. J.T4. ilcA.leeseiTJ.2 40. Helena Hottel...74.S 43. H. E. Barnes....72.7 44. K. H. Gibson. ...78.2 45. E.A.KltnentkyKS.0 .. JM. Lewis M.7 49. h. J. 'Wllletts...81.0 OS. Ella B. Koyce...83.J 69. E. JH.-McAteer..S4.2 70, Badie Huton....M.S 7- E. i. J)lclen....7S.7 76. M. K. McAteer..80.1 83. A. K. Dor'jrton.72.0 w. Alice M.Uieken 66.7 93.A.E. Kodfcers.-7S,0 94. .Nellie Unrbln...80.J w. -a., v. onuui.... .d a 47. D. Burger 7S.0 1(8. A. landless ....w.z MOBS! STTB-DIETE1CT. Number in class, JO; passed, 10: tobere-exam- mea, u; i&ueo, u 30J. Edith E. Oates..77.S 304. Lottie Oarrey...82.5 441. Madge Izenour. .79.2 443. Etta Selbert 79.7 444. Thomas Charles.81.5 452. Mamie Schlern- ltzauer 454. Annie Hlghley..B5.z 461. lanma jjecier..,.u 463. .Fannie steck.oS-O 443. c&as J. Jiappler.77.7 MONONGAUEWL SUB-DISTRICT. Number in class, J; passed; to be re-examined, l; railed, 1. 300. Jerome Kernan 73.7 Mr. ALBZOS1 SUB-DISTRICT. Number In class, ; -passed, 9j to be re-exam-lnsd. o: railed, o. 264. EllaB. Agnew.,79.2 286. Wm.L. Oraham.75.7 263. Irene W. I)uerr.79.2l288. KatleKee 75.7 270. E. M. Fnlmtr... 77.71290. Louisa CMante.72.7 277. Tberesa Jelinek.80.5ps7. Marg'tE.Trbsh.7!.7 279. Q.B.Armstrong.75.7 MT. WASHING TOX BCB-DISTRICT. Number In class, 30; passed, 23; to be re-ex- umaea, v; xauea, 2. 267. Chas. Lang.. 1 ..68.5 269. Warren CIonso..74. 2 276. Arthur Brown. .78.0 278. ferrr Castur...82.7 415. KosaNaysmlth..76.9 424. L. McGowan....8I.5 425. Oscar Torrenee..65.0 42& Chas. Tarbelt...80.4 4T0. B. Carnegie 72.7 432. Maud Barrows. .2 tXl. Edr. Bredwlek.70.0 280. Kobt. Torrence,,5.0 s. ias. jurrett es.5 386. Emma Uolllns..74,7 3SS. Katie Benke 70.2 390. hmma AcVman. J9.3 379. Edw. Klmmel...80.0 TfcZ 4J9. Harry LIebelt...66.2 ?.. u. narrows " 449. Helen Keefer....73.7 -bs Agnes Kussell...74.7 458. Jennie Wllmot..71.o JOO. Lillle flylTls J4.5 571- Minnie McstlTes.72.0 399. ArthurlJIgby.,,. 65.7 Jat . August uirjcn...su.? -we. AjDen acer....B7.z 410. Albert Hlbbs....78.2 .67.2 100. Lillle flylTls NORTH- SUB-DISTRICT. Number In class, .15; passed, 14: to be re-exam- Aucu, 1; laiieu, w. 221. BenJ. Msbett...77.5 223. Wm. McCay 73.7 225. Frank Cocbran.84.2 282. -Alma Eelp 284. Clara Lawyer. .74.0 .72.0 901 Ml Tlrtr. 69.7 245. BenJ. Gross 80.5 293. Nellie Wade... JS.7 295. Jennie Uurab'11.77.5 za. luiu Mltebell...72.7 273. Emily Jackson. .74.0 572. Joan Musgrave.jo. 600. Nettle Orr 77.5 275. Irene Th,mps,n.74.5 O'HARA SUB-DISTRICT. Number In class, 12; passed, 12; to bo re-examined, 0; failed, 0. 2J0. Chas. Korf. 71.71243. Lottie Eoswe'J..72.5 232. Maggie J'mla'n.79 0 246, Albert Meeraw.81.5 234. Lizzie Garforth.76.2 243. Frank ,8taub....77.3 237. Walter Torley..8l.7 250. MlnnieMcIlv'e.TM 239. WUUe McK'n'a.73.0 257. Mabel obbs....86.5 24L Jennie Essler...71.2 259L Mattle Klrkp'k.80.5 OAKLAND SUB-DISTRICT (BELLETTKLD SCHOOL). Number In class, 15; passed, 15; to be re-examined. 0: failed. 0. 4. Jos. K. Jackson.83.7t 18. Clara One 86.2 5. w lllle Slebert. .81.1! 10. Geo.Kodebaugh.84.t 11. Watson Forsytb.80.5 12. G.F.Colllngw'd.77.0 13. KugeneValllant.78.2 19. John A. Wllson.84.0 20. Wm.A. noimes.v.i a. Geo. Clever 77.7 24. Besslel)anler....82.6 25. Bessie Miller... .79.7 27. Blanche Hazlett. 79.0 J4. miDurjacK.....vo.7 17. Annie Johnston.77,5 OAKLAND BUB-DIBTRlCT (SOHO SCHOOL). Number In class, 20; passed 26; to be re-exm- mcu, u; xauea, v. 1. Bos'a Fatterson.85.0 2. Anna Lewis 83.7 23. Walter Irwin... .82.0 29. Kobt. Bowen....82.0 30. HughDlckson...78.0 31. -Wm. Bosser S3.7 32. Ja-aes Henry....8.7 33. Wji. Boyd 84.5 34. Joseph Davis. ...80.7 35. Benny Davis... .74.5 4L. Joseph Erans... .78.5 42. Chas. Smith 84.2 a. Annie juniey...83.7 8. ElcleBenforcl."...79.4 9. Mary Henry 76.0 15. L. Hlrschbaum.82.7 16. Mary Born., 80 7 22. Tudlo Haddock.. 77.2 23. Nellie Mathews-. 81.2 27. Annie l)yer......7S.O FXEBLKS 6UB-DIBTRICT. Number in class, 26; passed, 26; to be re-exam ined. 0: failed. 0. 2 C. W. Keebler..85.0 228. E.V.D.Joun'on.85.0 253. W. G. Welmer..80.0 255. Ira Worcester. ..79.7 338. V. Morrison 74.7 338. Lottie Bcebner..77 5 340. B. Edmundson..7l.2 351. Gertrude Cain.. .82.2 353. W-.C. McCuean. 65 2 355. Frank B. Beech.77.7 262. H. s. McKlnley:s5.o 264. EdwlnS. Low... St. 2 311. Kobt. W. Tener.80.b 313. J. H. Kelblcr...77.5 315. G. W. Malone..s5.2 322. C. M. Mltsheler.82.8 324. Cbas. E. Locke.77.7 327. MaryE. 8m eltz.68. 7 329. Fannie Seidell. .84.0 356. Moille Noble 73.7 358. Sarah A. Neelln.79.5 360. Emma Edwards.75.2 367. ElUe Gracv ....72.5 369. Mary K. Butler.79.2 377. W. B. lener 81.7 379. Mary V. Locke. .71.0 BALSTOlf SUn-DISTBlCT Number In class, 8: passed, 8; to be re-examined. 0; failed, 0. 44. Ella Beck .6S.0'453. MarySmlth 71.5 411. F. Havens 71.7!455. Mamie Barker...'! 5 413. Lily Haines 75.0 462. Stella Scott 83.5 435. Harry Dunn 78.0I57S. Walter Bntler...76.5 RIVERSIDE SUBMSTRICT. Number In class. If passed, 1. 2?9. J. McDonough. 71.2, SOUTH SUB-DISTRICT. Number In class, 21; passed 19; to be re-exam- lneo, u: xauea, z. 71. Kobt. Murdoch. .76.0 72. Geo. Duncan. ..G6.S 73. H. Murdoch. ....69.5 77. Jos. AlarsbaIL...75.2 79. Paul Wlllock.... 69.7 90. Emma Daft. 70.5 91. Anna Parsons. ..75.2 92. Mary Evans. ..w.87.2 98. Nettle Evans.. ..67.0 V7. M. Hutchinson. .74.2 98. Cora McRoberts.74.7 99. Jennie Proctor. ..80.1 80. HowardWrlgbt.80.0 83. Jessie Edwards.73.5 84. LludaBrown....70.2 86. Nat. Evans 69.0 10a MaryDufflii 72.0 101. Myrta Hall. ......76.5 87. Walter Morris. .80.7 , r ETXBRETt StrB-PlSTBICT.' jy ' Number In class, -t: passed, 7; to be reexam ined. 1; failed, 0. 486. E. Hitchcock.. ..75.51590. David Toberg. .74.7 587. O. Blngaman....81.0 591. B.Thompson. ...75.0 58S. E. Brlson 71 .5 592. Sadie Keller 84.5 859. E. Englert. .78. o ST. CLAIR BUB-DISTRICT. Number in class, 7; passed, 7; to be re-examined, 0: failed. 0. . 147. Stella Davis 8101193. Oakie McAfee ...76.7 149. Carrie Klppj.... 78.7 195. Samuel Evans.. ..71.0 156. Lizzie Newiuyer.80.5 220. Jobn Insley 60.2 191. Wm. Insley 83.5 STXVEX8 SUB-DISTRICT. Nnmber In class, 17: passed, 15; to be re-exam ined, 2; rauea, u, 471. Cora Turner 83.01 ow. wenrv Briggs ...79.0 507. Katie Kearns... .84.2 473. Laura Jack .72.0 47i. Bessie Klrbv....7R.O MB. Ne!IleFarrell....86.0 432. ICunnl'Kham..72.0 SIR. Annie Freeblni-79.0 434. Blanch Boland. M.0 491. Jennie Keese....7&,7 496. Bert Anderson. .78.2 493. Chas. Elllne 81.5 520. Ida Harper. 78.5 S27. Jllna Jamison ...71.7 52). h. Schinneller...69.7 WASHINGTON- SDB-DISTBICT. Number In class, S3;passed, 48; to be re-examined, !: failed, 4. 306. Edward Wrlght.76.2 308. H. R. Morgan. ..74.0 310. J.E McCracken.68,2 MS. Lucius I.. Hill -77.7 .76.2 349. B. W. Sample. 352. Olive Ketves.i..72.5 312. M B. Calbonn..76.7 35-1. EllzabethKodT,.74.2 361. K. V. Stewart.. .73 5 362. Walt.E.Holraes.73.7 364. Chas. T. Moke...73.0 365. Lizzie Barr. 82.7 314. Emma E.Evans,8S.7 317. Jonn P. Casper. 63. 5 319. Harry K. Miller.73.7 321. V. 8. Gracssle...S3.7 323. Birdie McC'omb.77.7 325. Ev'ngell'e Gray. 77.2 326. G.E.McCloskey.C7.S 328. Casllne Kelgbt..81.2 330. Bld'ny H. Blgler.76.2 331. C M. Johnston. 78.0 332. Sadie 8. May.. ..79.7 333. Ed. S.Itunnette.76.2 334. EHza.McKInIey.85.5 333. David A. Rhine.79.0 341. E. C.Vlehmeier.77.5 347, W.H. Cameron 72;5 S43. Margaret J.Bell.77.7 ueo. f. Hchade.80.5 368. Henry Bastow..79.2 370. Wii. J. Porter. .76.7 371. J. H. Crozler....77.2 372. BldleJlcW.Bell.74. 7 373. F. H. Stephens. .79.0 374. Anna M.Wetzcl.74.5 375. K.C.Armstrong 68.0' 378. J.M. Maxwell. .60.7 380. Viola Phillips. ..65.2 S81. AdaM. Baller...75.T 38i Joseph N. Blbn.73.7 383. Dana W. Nobbs.79.0 SS4. Hngh Campbelb79.7 avt. mu. it. jaques.Bu.o 348. Minor V. Alter. .73.2 . tmma ii. neu...7e.z WICKEE6UAM SUB-DISTKICT. Nnmber in class, 9 ; passed, 6; to be re-examined, 0; failed. 3. 391. Eddie bankey...68.5442. Mag. Chlsbolm . 72.5 402. Mattle Good... .69.0 451. Estella Brobeck.88.5 4Z3. Llnnle lsIer.....7C05GS. Carrie Cramer.. .72.7 , A Donblo Influence, Dr. Flint's Remedy is a medicine which will cure cases of neuralgia which other Temedies have failed to reach, as it exercises a double influence, in one case over the circulation, -and in the other over the nerves. Descriptive treatise with each bottle: or address Mack Drug Co., N. Y. , MWF Fashionable clothiDg is difficult to ob tain. That is, clothing advertised as fashion able proves to be of inferior cut and appear acce.and buyers are not pleased with it after careful examination. Brokaw Bros.' New York tailor-made suits and overcoats are, however, the acme of stylishness and fine appearance, and purchasers are always pleased. A. L. Sailor, Sole Agent, Sixth st, cor. Liberty. WF j A Cold Wave at Lant. To start our heavy ulsters with a rush, we have placed on sale for to-day 75 men's Scotch cassimere ulsters (storm coats), with plaid flannel lining, for the low price of $5. "We positively guarantee these ulsters to be worth $15. Our price for to-day is Z5. ' P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. new Court House. Casey's old "Log Cabin" rye is especi ally adapted for medicinal use. The pro prietors gnarantee its perfect purity, and it is recommended by many well-known physi cians, and defies competition at the price which piacea it within reach of all. Put up in lull auart bottles at $3 per Gallon. Krs T. D. Casey & Co., 371 Liberty at. THE PEOPLE'S STORE, FIFTH-ATE. Cloak Department. Reductions all over. Come and buy your cloaks now at ihe "marked down" prices. Campbell & Dick. Onr Remaining Stock of Faneyi Goods, Manicure sets, comb and brush sets, shaving sets, photograph albums most be closed out to make room for regular goods. Prices away down. B. B. Davis & Co., W Tilth, we. J SSflKHRWBIBPf!I4fMnSCBS7B3fW SPmai mBSITtTtiD TT mtmsrmB rJ.B.AlVM.JjIUOl.V rAiimai. Mair BetmtHM State .That It Wm Pro tecllea ts lira Patlenls of the West Penn Which Was the Onlr ThoBlrt Other ImproveBsenta. "Xhave only got ?350 in two checks," said Major J. F. Oenniston yesterday, "and X want $1,675 to provide the new fire escape facilities for the West Penn HospitaL I am very much disappointed inreadine the com ments of the press on the fact that a patient with a contagious disease such as diphtheria was refused admission at the hospital, espe cially just at this time, when the hospital Saturday and Sunday are so near. Mr. Mc- Creery was speaking to me to-day upon the subject, and all of us feel it very keenly that such comments should be made. "We have 'hygienic accommodations for 170 patients, and yesterday there were 224 in the hospital. Last year's report shows that 77 per cent of the patients were charity, or non productive, and even those who did pay were of the class sent by mills and rail roads, giving $5 per week which is about enough to pay ordinary board, not to speak of medicine, attendance, etc. Now the patients in the hospital, crowded as they are, must be taken care of, and to place a contagious disease in a crowded hospital wonld be an outrage. Let anyone who has a friend in our crowded wards give an opinion on the subject, and you will soon find what popular sentiment is. Such cases should be sent to the city hospital, or to such an emergency hospital as was sug gested by Chief Brown in connection with his department. Of course it seems cruel to refuse- admission to anyone, but it is the mercitul cruelty ot tbe surgeon s Knue, which cuts off a sloughing limb and saves tbe life. The hospital authorities must surely protect those who are under their charge. If anything contagious were to break out in the hospital itself, of which the germs coma be easily communicated to fresh wounds, it would be almost impossible to isolate the case properlv, and it would be simply criminal to introduce such a case in tbe present condition ot things. "There are the repairs now so much needed, the roof particularly, which is now leaking badly in many places; but badly as it is needed we will not have the new roof until we can pay for it. The prospects are not verv rosy just at present, as something like a $6,000 deficiency is staring us in tbe face, and it is for this reason more than anv other that I wish the hospital management set right before the public on the matter of which kspoke." Mr. Wm. McCreery, Chairman of the West Penn Hospital, said yesterday that it would be necessary to build another chil dren's ward in the hospital. For the last month the present children's ward did not begin to hold the infant patients the hos pital received. So crowded are they now with children that part of another large ward has to be utilized to accommodate the little ones. Ho definite plan has yet been devised' for the new ward, but tbe intention is to build a large airy room at the south end of the building. Itjvill'be necessaryto provide 20 to 25 beds in the future for the children. Mr. McCreery said that the public ought to come to their lescne, and give them a help ing hand in this work. Tbe hospital aa tborities are under heavy expenditure at present They have just completed anew wing, and are now engaged in putting an additional story on tbe main building, which will entail at least $30,000 outlay. A HEW OPEN HEARTH FURNACE. Howe. Brown & Co. Hove nn Important Addition to Their riant. Howe, Brown & Co. have just had built for them a 15-ton open hearth furnace, at the corner of Pike and Columbia streets. Yesterday the furnace was completed, and it was lighted for the first time. In about three weeks the company expect to melt steel in it. The steel that will be made in the furnace -will be of the finest quality. Legal Simla From An Orsran. Alex. Mclntyre, an employe of the Black Diamond Steel Works, wa? arrested yester day by Constable Heiner, of Alderman Mc Jlasters' office, on a warrant sworn out by H. H. Hayes, charging him with false pre tense. Hayes alleges that Mclntyre sold him ap organ, which it has since been ascer tained is the property of Samuel Hamilton, the music dealer. A hearing will be held on the 31st. B. & 11. To be sold at a bargain, about 250 yards carpet on cloak room floor. Come soon; to be sold at once. Boggs & Buhl. Take our advice Attend the great bar gain sale of ladies' newmarkets, girl's cloaks, dresses, infant's wear, blankets, com forts, etc. Busy Bee Hive, 3th and Liberty. Tbauenheim & Vilsack's ale and porter are superior beverages. Call for them. All dealers keep them. Or order direct. 'Phorie 1186. MEETINGS. MASONIC A MEETING OP THE stockholders of the Masonic Fund Hncl etyi will be held on FRIDAY, December 27, at tbe hall. Fifth avenue, at 6 o'clock P. If., fox election of trustees. de25-23 A. M. POLLOCK. Secretary. OFFICE PrrrsBUBQ Plate Glass Co., f? vtrm wwrtw D, t-i...... ,... no ,ifon ATOTICE IS HEREBYOIVRN THAT P: PUR- 1 SU ANT to resolution of the Board of Di rectors, a special meeting of tbe stockholders will be held at tbe office of the company, Crelghton, Pa., on TUESDAY, January 'IS, 1890, at 10 o'clock A. JL (tbe regular annual meeting being at 11), to consider and take action in regard to empowering the Board of Directors to make sales or leases of real estate. de27-71-F EMORY L. E ORD, Secretary. XOTlCEs. VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO NAVI X GATORS on the Monongahela river that tbe southern channel span ot the Smitbneld street bridge will be closed for navigation during JANUARY by false works necessary for erection of new structure. GUSTAV LINDENTHAL. d e25-95 Chief Engineer. OFFICIAL PITTSBURG. OFFICE OF THE CITY TBEASUREB. 1 ' Pittsbubg, December 2, 1889. f "VTOTICE-NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN L that the dUDllcates lot the second as sessments ot water rents (for new buildings'! compietea since April 1, lew,) nave oeen piacea In my hands for collection, and payable at this office during the month of December. All water rents remaining unpaid January 1, 1890, will be placed in the hands of W.H. Ford, Collector of Delinquent Taxes, with S per cent added, for collection. J. F. DENNISTON, rte3-38-p City Treasurer, , ELECTIONS. The Arsenal Bank of PrrTSBtma, ; December 28. 1889. ELECTION THE ANNUAL ELECTION of twelve directors for this bank to serve lor the ensnlng year will be held at tbe bank ing bouse, corner' Boiler and Forty-third streets, on WEDNEBDAY, January 8, 1890, be tween the hours of 11 A. M. and 1 P. M. SdeZ7-97-D W. S. WILLIAMS. Cashier. Office of the Columbia Oil Co., 1 NO.SU M AKKET ST.. V PrTTSBtmo, December 27, 1889. mHB ANNUAL MEETING OF THE I stockholders of the Colombia Oil Co. will be held on THURSDAY, January 9, 1889, at U o'clock A, uu for the election of directors and for the transaction of snch bnsiness as may be presented. A. P. McGREW, Secretary. de27-79 Allegheny national Bank, i Pittsbubg. Pa- December la, 1889. J ELECTION THE ELECTION FOR DI RECTORS of this bank for the ensnlngf year will be held at the banking house. No. 45 Fifth avenue, on TUESDAY, January 14, 1890, between the hours of 11 A. V. and 12 v. delt-82-D F. C. HUTCHINSON, Cashier. Fibst National Bank. Pittsburg. Pa. ( PlTTSBTJBa. December. It, 1889. j ELECTION THE ANNUAL ELECTION of nine directors 'for this bank, to serve for the ensuing year, will be held at the Banking Honse, corner Wood st. and Fifth avenue, TUESDAY, January 14, 1890, between tbe hours at 11 a. M. and 1 o'clock v. k. dell-D J. D. SCULLY. ?ou married! If not, send your address to 'HE AMERICAN CORRESPONDING CLUB; Sox 6ss Clarksburg, W". Va. i uauaul ur fit sT W m'sMim -J- - - Jlul4i1. mens on Mt pape mch at Wanted, ftrgale. To Ztt, eta, ten cerii per line or eaaA inter tion. and noneiakei for lea than jtHrenU THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BRANCH OFFICES. For the accommodation of the public, Branch Offices have been established at the following places, where Want, For Sale, To Let, and other transient advertisements will be received up to 9 P. M. for inser tion next mornifig: Advertisements are to be prepaid tneept where advertisers already have- accounts with Tin DIS PATCH. PlTXSBtJBG. THOMAS MCCAEF-OKY, S5o9 Batter street. EMU, O. STUCKKT. th street and Fenn are. Jt G. STUCKEV ACO., frylle ave. and Kultonst. 24. STUKEL.Y, fifth Avenue Market House. east'ikd. J.W.TVAXliACE; eiaPenn avenue. OAxXAITD. McALXISTEKiSHlULEllSthaT. AAtwoodst, sotryumz. JACOB SPOHK. Ho. I Carson street. H. A. DONALDSON, JT07 Carson street. AlLEGHENr. A. 3. K AEKCTtEK, 59 federal street. H. J. MclIKlDF-Market Bouse, Allegheny. FRED H, EGGEBS. f!2 Ohio street. F. H. EGGEB3 & SON, Ohio and Chestnut st. J. F. STEVENSON". Arch and Jackson streets. THOMAS-MCHEMKX Western and lrwlnaves. G. TV. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver avea. I'Eltltr M. G LEIM. Ke becca and Allegheny aves. MILLVALE BOBOUGH. W. W. TlJCKER Stationer. So. 4 Grant ave. THE DISPATCH HAS OPENED A. BBANCH OFFICE 'FOR THE SOlTTHSIDE AT NO. 1220 CABSOJl STREET. WHERE ADVERTISEMENTS, NEWB AND 8TJB BCRHTIONS CAN" BE LEFT. BOTH FOR GENERAL- EDITIONS, AND FOR THE SPECIALSOUTHBIDEISSUE PUBLISHED EACH BATURDAx'. WANTED. JSala Hels. WAN1ED-A GOOD, RELIABLE YOUNG man lor porter. RED LION HOTEL. de27-10O WANTED-2 AGENTS TO SELL MEDICINE; good nay. Apply 49 E. DIAMOND ST., Allegheny ,Clty. de27-85 WA'NTED-A KEGlbTEHED DRUG CLERK: one who speaks German preferred. Call at 2S49 FENN AVE. , cl ty. de27-4 WANTED-A GOOD JANITOR (WHITE) AT the BIJOU THEATER. Call after 8 a. II. this morning: bring references. de27-s7 -TTTANTED A GOOD BABBEK: WAGES W a week and board, at DOTTEBMAN'S, a Chestnut street, Allegheny. Pa. dc27-99 -fTT-ANTED A YOUNG MAN AS STEM OG V T MAl'HER and typewriter; salary moderate. Address BUSINESS MAN, Dispatch office. 1 de27-6S VTJANTED-EIGHTGREEN GLASS GATHER W 1NG boys at BOWLING GREEN GLASS CO. Bowling Green. O.: wages fSDerweek. aeCS-SJ -ttt-ANTED-A COACHMAN FOK LIVERY; vV none but sober and experienced man. Ap ply T. B. MOREL ANDr 6110 t-enn ave., East End. de27-17 WANTED-AFIKST-CLASSBREADBAKEB: uteady work for the right man: apply at once. O. . FAHNESTOCK, 31 Frankstown ave., E. E. de27-14 WANTED-GOOD HORSESHOES AND GEN ERAL blacksmith: steady work to god man. ApplytoJOS. SEIBERT, 677 Preble ave., Allegheny city. de27-&S WANTED-FIRST-CLASS BARBERS FOB city and country. O&llatthe leading bar bers' supplyhonse, A. EDLIS & CO., 502, S04, 600, SOS, 510 Liberty street, Plltsbarjr, fa. de27-92 WANTED-A TOUNG MAN TO ASSIST IN general office work and attend to corre spondence; mnst be good penman and bring good relerence. Apply si ou; ijiurjti 1 si., city. de26-39 TrANTED-AGENT-A PE15SON OF GOOD TV address to canvass In tbe city for tbe sale of an article that eenimends Itself to everyone to whom It is presented: to tbe proper person liberal compensation. Address, In own nandwrltlug-. H. S., Dispatch office. de27-86 WAN1EU-A THOROUGHLY C03IPETEJ.T hospUal steward: must come well recom mended, be a good nurse, and familiar With drags; single man: for an Institution outside the city: salary 380 per annum, with board and washing. Address Y. Z.. Dispatch office. de27-65 WANTED. 200 MINERS FIRST-GLASS meh; to- go to Lehigh, Indian Territory; good wages and permanent employment: trans- nortatlon aliowei a on satisfactory terms. Aaoress W. B. MUNSON, Vice-President Southwestern esiaent soutnwc Dennlson, Tex. Coal and Improvement Co. p -c-u j. ,w -TtrANTEDi-BALESMEN AT S7S PER MONTH VV salarv and expenses, to sell a line orsllver- plated ware, watches, etc. ; by sample onlr; horse and team furnished free: write at once for full srttculars aiul sample ease of goods free. BTAN AUD S1LVERWAKE CO., Boston, Mass. se24-90-D WANTED-MANAGEKS EVERYWHERE TO take charge of our business: advertise, dis tribute circulars and employ help: wages, (30 to IrZSpermonth: expenses advanced: state experi ence, wages expected, also your preference for home work or traveling. SLOAN CO.. Manu facturers, 294 George street, Cincinnati. O. de22-25-D Ulalo nnd Female fleln. ' WANTED IMMEDIATELY - 4 FAKJ hands, Z woodchoppers. 10 quarrymen. I cooks 3 50 to 4 per week. 20 chambermaids, dishwashers, 2 dlnlngroom girls, 1U0 house girls woman, cook and bonsekeeper lor small note MEEHAN'S, W5 Grant st. dc23-D SItnnilons. TTTANTED POSITION-BY EXPERIENCED r V lady-stenographer: reference from present employer. AQ.aresaaiiu'iuutuLzrjaii.is, jjoxiuai. Pittsburg, Pa. deis-se TTJANTED-POSITION IN PRIVATE FAMILY VV as porter by a young colored man; also good driver; good reference. Address POUTER, Dispatch office., de27-72. -TTTANTED KOK OrEICE WORK, A YODNG VV man who Is a first-class writer; none others need apply; please state age. Address CORPORA TION, Dlpatch offlee. de27-70 Partners. WANTED PARTNER A RABETOPPOR-, TUNItY to Invest 15.000 or tiaoOOwltbor without services. In a large, well-established and very profitable. mercantile business in this city. For particulars address LOCK. BOX 779, Pitts burg, Pa. ' de22-17 financial. YTTANTED-SMALL MOK1GAGES L J.WIL SON, 149 Fourth ave. no2S-23 XTTANTEU MORTGAGES ON CITY PBOP W EBTY. over f4,000; 4K per cent; no tax. HENRY A. WEAVER A CO.. S2Fourth avenue. mb2-a22-D TT-ANTEU-MOKTGAGES S1.O09.000TOLOAN VV lnlargejind small amounts at 4)4, 5 and 8 er cent, free of State tax: no delay. KEEU B. OYLE CO.. 131 Fourth ave. mv2140 -TTT-ANTED-TO LOAN MONEY ON MORT VV GAGK31n-amoantstosn.lt, in city or coun try, at 4 S to 5 per cent, as to security r no delay. OAJ1U1.U VT. DUAXiJ. S, AS., Oil XDUIUftTC. de8-14-ltTWTl" -TITANTED-TO LOAN 8500,000. IN AMOUNTS VV of 13,000 and upward, on city and suburban property, on4X percent, free or tax; also smaller amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth avenue. se21-dit-D "TTJ-ANTEU TO 1-OAN S2O0.000 ON MOKT-VV- GAGES; POO and upward at S per cent; S5Cu,00Oat 44 per cent on residences or business property; aOsoln. adtoining counties. S. JL FRENCH, 323 Fourth avenue. oc2I-4-D XaTANTED-MORTGAGES-ll, 000, 000TO LOAN V V on city and suburban properties at AU, 8 and C per cent, and on larms. In cent counties at 8 per cent. SON. 105 Fourth avenue. Aunucur auu aaia- . U. t'ENNOCK A ap7-IU TJANTED-MOHTaAGE3-100,000 TO LOAN V t on mortgages, in sums irom fan to jio,oon. for 3 to 5 years on city Bronertv. at verv low rates: write iorienusaua kitc aee J. E. GLASS1, 138 Firth) ave. -..-- j -, - j .-.. -- . retcrlptlon of property. Aeiepnoue no. 17H. nolJ-47 TTTANTED-SALESMEN AT ONCE A FEW VV good men to sell our goods by sample to the wholesale and retail .trade;' we are the largest manufacturers In our line in, the world: liberal salary paid; permanentposltloit; money advanced for wages, advcrtlslng.ietc. For full terms ad dress CENTENNIAL MEG. CO,, Chicago, 111., or Cincinnati. O. no&.77-wrsa "TTT-ANTED-HOOSES TO BENT-WE ARE VV -nowenteringappllcatlonsfrom good tenants for houses in all parts of tbe two cities and sub urbs; our renting department is nnder the direc tion of experienced and systematic management; all pronertles taten in band have our personal care, looking to tbelbterestof owners, as well as tbe satisfaction and permanency of tenants; monthly and quartern- statements with remit tances are rendered. CHARLES SOMERS & CO., 313 Wodd St. de24-2 Miscellaneous. TTTANTED BUYERS FOR HOLIDAY V V goods; special Inducements to cash buyers; diamonds watches, silverware, clocks, etc.; spectacles and eyeglasses accurately fitted at low est rates. J. MITSCH, 130 Federal St.. Allegheny. del8-siWFSu WANTED-LL BRICKLAYERS AND CON TRACTORS to know that tbe headquarters or 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 employers or mem bers. OC11-80-WT8U WANTED-PUPILS TO LEABN HOW TO make crayon portraits in four lessons, by PROFESSOR THOMPSON, Boom 13 McCllntock Block, sis Market St., Pittsburg. II 00 per lesson. Choose your own. subject. When com Dieted tbe picture oeiongs to tao jwffu. van eariy tor partic ulars, AeV-U KtaajJn- ; rrwews 'V- WANTED-EVEBYBODY TO KNOW THAT they can get the latest noveltlea la signs at PA8TOK1U9 ft JACOBS', 411 Bmlthneld st. e2S-3rwr TTTANTED HIGHEST SPOT-CASH PRICES W paid for second-band f nrnltnre, carpets and hon6ola goods of all kinds. 1211 1'EN.S AVE NUE. atES-25-Hwr TT7-ANTEU A FOBTY HORSE FOWES 8EC- 11 uxtu-HAjiu engine ana oouer for same describe and give price for each. Address HA- UELuauz, uispaten omce. de27-7l w ANTED EVERYONE TO KNOW- THAT V PEARSON, thivlndlnr -nhotorranher. of 98 Fifth are. and 43 Federal at., All'y.. la making a life size crayon portrait, beautlfnllr framed, ana one dozen cab. photos, all for W; all fine work. mhl3-63 FOR SALE IHFKOTE0 REAL ESTAT E TMn BALE-WEBSTEH AVE., NEAR FUL Sj TON ST., 2-story brick dwelling- rooms and Storeroom: lot running to Wilson St.; price M, ODD. . C KEILLY, 77 Diamond st. dtt-E7 FOB SALE LOCUST ST;, NEAR MAGEE. 2 story brick dwelling 7 rooms and finished attic, n. and a. gas; In good condition: lot 21x62. J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond St. de24-7 FOB SALE-NOS. 114 AND 118 FOUKTH AVE., adjoining the Dollar Bank, at auction, on Jan. next. JTor full InformaUod see W. A. HEKUON A SONS, so Fourth avenue. deU-66-i FORSALE-WYLIEAVE.. NEABTDAVI8 ST., 2-story and mansard brlcfc dwelling 7 rooms, btli, laundry, etc., both gases; a neat and very desirable home; lot 23x100. J. a KEILLY. 77 Diamond st. 0024-67 TJiOK SALE COLWELL ST., NEAK. D1N JJ WIDOIE, 2-story brick dwelling 6 rooms ana attic; In good condition rootn gases; price (2,700; terms easy; lot- 20x100 to alley. J. C. KEILLY, 77 Diamond St. de24-G7 FOK SALE-FIFTH AVENUE. NEAELY oDDOslte Sobo nubllo school. 2-storv and mansard frame dwelling: nearly new; 10 rooms; will rent so as to net 10 per cent; lot 25x100. J. C. KEILLY. 77 Diamond St. de24-67 FOR SALE-NEAR FENN AVE. AND NINTH street, corner property, lot 22 feete Inches by Si feet to an allev: U-roomed dwelling: all con veniences; lis. 500: big bargain. ALLE3 4r BAILEY; 1S4 Fourth s ;nave. Tel. 167- de27-t TDWR SALE GRANT ST., CLOSE TO THE A7 Cathedral, lot 79 ft. On Grant st. by 117 rt. to alley with 4 3-story brick buildings thereon: tills without a doubt is one of the choicest nieces ot realty now on the market. J. C. KEILI.Y, 77 Diamond st. de24-67 East End Keldenee. RIOBSALE ON HOWE.NEARBELLEFONTE A? St., Shadyslde, near Fifth avenue cable ear. a very neat house 0 rooms, late Improvement, -finished attic, for (5,200. See W. A. HEBRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth ave. deS-30-r FOR SALE THERE ARE TEN VERY DE SIRABLE nouses now in course of construc tion ou Oakland square; to be finished complete ready for occupancy by April 1; fiver of these houses are already sold, 1 earing five still available to buyers; prices, 87,500, ts, 000 and (10,000. accord ing to size and location; lots vary in size from 30x 100 to 92XIS0; Atwoodst., now paved with asphalt from Filth ave. to Oakland square, and traction road being laid. Apply to SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth are. det2-4 Suburbon Residences. FOR SALE-AT WILKINSBUKG.NEW FRAME house of S rooms, lot9xl6s:flTemlnntesfrom station terms 2, SOU: (1, SCO down. balance 3 -rears: greatest bargain In Wllklnsbun reatest bargain tn klnsburg to-day. W. E. HAMNETT, 401 Smltafleld street, Pittsburg. rg. ana de2S-88 Wllklnsburg-, Pa. FOK SALE fOTS. East End Lata. FOK SALE-LOT 250x200 ON ELLSWORTH avenue. East End: bargain to prompt buyer: Improvements, which are good, thrown In wlthont charge. Address bHADYSlDE, Dispatch office. de27-9S, FOB SALE-DO YOU WANT A LOT FOK A homV or Investment in a section of tbe city thai Is rapidly Improving, with the finest dwell ings now being erected? If so. act nronmtlv. and secure a lot tn the Baum Grove Plan. East End.. S1KLL.I1N BROS.. Station st,, or JNO. V. BAA TEE, Agt., sizsmlthfieldst. de22-47-Tur Hnzelwood Lota. FOR SALE-VERY DESIRABLE BUILDING lots In tbe Blair estate. Hazelwood rfnd Glen wood, Twenty-third ward, from 1400 "upward; terms 10 per cent cash, balance on. monthly pay ments, it desired: these lots are verv desirable on account of their easy access from tbe center of the city by electric and steam railway, and will greatly enhance In value for the same' reason, SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave. deXt-9-MF Snbnrban Lot. FOK SALE SPECIAL INDUCEMENT IN price and terms to early purchasers of those verydeslrablebnildtnglotaat AsplnwalL tbe most beautiful location on tbe West P. K. K.; call or send for plans free. W. A. HEREON A SONS , No. 80 Fourth ave. deS-24-Tnr Forma. FOR SALE-FARM 250 ACRES. VERY BEST Improvements: finest grain, stock and frnlt place In Westmoreland Co.; 1M miles from station; $15,030. ED. W1TT13H, 410 Grant St., Pittsburg. ,, de2l-r SHscellaneon. FOR SALE-A LOT IN ALLEGHENY CEM ETERY, at a bargain: choice location. JAM ISON & DICKIE, 96 fourth ave. de22-2-MWT FOB. SALE BUSINESS. Bnsinesa Chances. F OR SALE-NOTION AND DKYGOODS store on Penn ave., or will exchange for city iropeny or larm. ;iAiai. a tviiiun. tn 'enrth ave. de27-S4 -T7IOR SALE AN ESTABLISHED GENERAL A store, wltn good trade: will exenange for Tironertv: good for selling. Address billings: LEY, Dispatch office. aea-ei-Tus T7WR SALE-RETAIL GROCERY BUSINESS JD Best corner location In Allegheny City: trade mostly cash: owner engaged In other business. Address C. N, II., Dispatch office. de27-6G "COB SALE AN ESTABLISHED RETAIL L grocery business in Allegheny: best location in the city and a large trade, mostly cash. Ad- uress KLXAiL. uiiuutK, uispatcn omce. aeuss-T F IOK SALE A ITIRST-CLASS CITY BARBEB shop; good reasons for selling Fullpartle- partle depot. ulars given at the leading barbers' sn g uaroers' supply aepot, 604, 500, 508, 510 Liberty A. X.UL19 dt W., OU2, street. Pittsburg. Pa. ..rc. ... . n.. .. '... ... . de27-B2 FOR SALE-GRAND OPPORTUNITY FOB one or two active men with some capital to step Into a paying wbolesale produce commission business, profits mis yearwill reach J10.000: owner enzsgea in otuer Dullness reason lorsciung. Ad- dress F. C. DICKSON, 140 Monterey St., Alle. del0-50 gbeny. TToB SALE-4J0OD FISH AND OYSTER D depot, grocery stores, $330 to 10,000; cigar stores. (250 to 81,500: light business clearing ITS weekly; drugstores, country stores, boarding houses, milk routes, confectioneries, bakeries and other good business chances. SHEPARD A CO.. 54 fifth ave. de3. Business Standsu TTIOR SALE A FINE BUSINESS PROPERTY JL at f550 per front root: tbe best property foi at $550 per front foot tbe best property for 3nce in tne uusmesi nee In tne busmess center or Allegheny. Allegheny. iRLES SOMEKS &, CO 313 Wood St. de24-62 FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. Hone. Vehicles. Live Stock. oVc TTiOE SALE-CHEAP-ONE DRAFT HORSE X? and one buggy horse, bay and 6 years old: .both round; no blemishes whatever. For par ticulars call at 283 FORBES ST., Pittsburg. de26-:7 Machinery and Metals. FOK SALE ENGINES AND BOILERS NEW and refitted; repairing promptly attended to. PORTER FOUNDRY ANDMACH1NECO..L1M.. below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29 FOE SALE SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND boilers; all sizes and styles 13 stock, from 4 to 100 h. p. ;all refltted;good as new. at lowest prices; portable engines, 8 to 25 h. p. : boilers all sizes and styles. J.S.YOnNG,23Farkwar,AUegheny, Pa. OC25-80-O F IOR SALE HOISTING ENGINES. NEW and second band:wlre and manllla ron& der rick and fittings, hoisting tubs and cars, clay and ore pans, engines, boilers and machinery. THOMAS CABLIN'S SONS, Lacock and Sandusky sts., Alleghenv. anj-17-irwT jHlscellaneoBa. FOR SALE-CATHOLIC BOOKS AND RE LIGIOUS articles, store fixtures, counters, shelving, household furniture, line piano, good as new; selling to quit business- JOHNJ. MURPHY, 532 Grant St. de27- PERSONAL. PERSONAL NEW BOOKS HUNDREDS OF new books, nleely bound In cloth gut, at2Se each: many line. books in elegant bindings; come and see them. LEVI'S BOOKSTORE, Liberty St., near Ninth. nc3-33 PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE TURNED; recently tbey bad not been on the bestof terms owing to a little family Jar occa sioned by tbe wife insisting on being allowed to renovate bis wearing apparel, and wbleb. ot course, was done In a bungling manner; in order to prevent tbe trouble they agreed to send all their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor. 63 Fifth ave.. corner Wood St., second floor, and now everything Is lovely and peace and happiness again reigns in their household. Telephone 1558. auao-n FOUND. TTIOUND A POCKETBOOK. CONTAINING I? some money and other papers; the owner can have the same by calling at the offlee of F. P. MAY. Contractor and Builder, 217 Collins ave nne. East End, city. de27-I JANUARY L 1890: " FREE. FREE. FREE. Annual quit notices furnished to property owners or delivered, free-ot charge. Send in names of tenants and location of property im mediately. BLACK & BAIRD, dessMS 96 FOUKTH AVE. HdSa . ;T" ABeaiteaT 1 mnrrr-iiiiini liWTir.T.INf?. WASHINGTON! A. street. Allegheny; 12 rooms, modern. hn-i prbvements. Inquire BOOM2SS, Bissell Block. de4-9-xwrsB Snfcarban RealdeuCes. ' ' i rpo LET-BKICK HOySEOF8KOOMS.LARGE X. lot; rent low: good water. J.B.M0KFHY, Crafton. Offlee opp. station, dc27-7 Arnmentb, rpo LET-ON FENN AVENUE, EASTEN1V- jl r twA rnTntthA rooms, in anew TTJKTS briek'honse.-r-gi j am 'son ya e22-2-KWT, jjg with cable road In front. Inquire of JAM luunUE. serounn ave. ucr mO LET-2 FLATS IN A FINE APARTMENT JL house: also others: any location, and. prteett call for list. DIXON CO., US Fourth avftj(thf' VIA J HUtUlCUbHa "i H r Oaleea. Desk Boom, dec mo LET-LAKGE OFFICE-INQUIKE ROOJt., !. -UB, ZilSSejI ISIOCS. uerwanfi ITMI I.ET-DP.SKKOOILIN VEKYDESIKABI.E 4 J. offlee. central location, suitable for business -j or profession. Address BEAVJUt, uispaun omstvt ae-&tf rpo LET-WOO PER YEAK-A LAKGEWELI I l,If4HTr ofllrft with -all modem.-eonven lences; newly painted and papered; has two larroa closeU for storage room. Inquire at GEBMANLsVl SAVINGS BANK. 423 WoodTst. nolJ-JDu LEGAL NOTICES. -VTOT1CE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT AK. Ll application wBl be made-to the Governor1! nf PAnnsTlranhL an Fridav. JanaarvS. 1SS0. tpr, Georse'WestlnKhouse. Jr.. Lemuel Bannister,; ' Charles Paine. John Caldwell and H. H. West-1 ' inshonse, under the general corporation act otVr 1SJ4. ana its supplements, ior io cnaner 01 an. intnHfl mmintlfin tn hA oflllpd Vnpl ftftja Improvement Company," which Is formed for-Ci otisk nnmAta ie9 ATa4f4n vtnth44i'n(,s. YtntArew.. Ji and selling patent rights for inventions and do- ' signs, with tbe right to issue license for'tha' ' nauia 1A "tVCnJ kuvtoawsa SHilAaw isiiiau! xm tmrooaes to hivti. nossesa and eniOT oil tha' ' rfpbti, benefits and prfTllege3rf aaitf act of 'As-' & semoiT ana iw soppiemeniv; xAi.ir.i.icvr,- SCOTT A GORDON, BoUcitorSr del3-90.F -t- AUCTION BALES- ' -tzv. D Rt GOODS AT AUCTION. . ZXf: Rle. ffiilA fit tflcrtne nra (rnwf attll flvnfnfl. em 2 at the rooms. No. 311 Market street, every., morning, afternoon and evening. - J J Ladles specially invited. Every piece a great? blebarzain. The one ouportunitr of vonxllfo-f to buy cheap. Positively no reserve on -any-5 - -"- -- nf 1 thing. de25-21 HENRY At7CT10N-CO! Auctioneers.,. AT AUCTION i ? FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 27. ' t at io o'clock; at the rooms. . .', NO. 3U MARKET STREET. rr 4s fins vunaianQOSK caamoer suits, coeval'- mirrors, secretaries, cabinets, mantel glasses. chiffoniers, dressing cases, wardrobes, bed4j A steads bureaus, washstands, hrnasela an6V3' ingrain carpets, linoleum, mats, picturesmatT tresses, springs, two seal sacques, elegant dressiw goods, desks, fancy rockers, full line of lino) parlor suits, center tables, folding ieds.lde- boards, flisnes, extension taoies. leatnec cnair5,, dook cases, rouetware. ump.. ciocks, pecw oc HENRY AUCTION CO.LIM., - At)?tJ, A rrf nnoarm t- 3 . ; A Grand Closing Out Salea. AT PUBLIC AUCTION, v n -RpcrtrillpRS of rnat halanenf orlr Sixth trt - retail stock left over. Lace Curtains. Portieres: . and Uobolsterv Goods in rreneral. Also a very fine line of odds and ends in painted and em broidered Bilk and Flush Goods, from our, wholesale department. Sale commences.' Wednesday. December 18, at 2 p. JL, and will"; continue until ajl is disposed of. H. Holtzman & Sons, SU WOOD ST.. BET. FIFTH AVENUE AND VIRGIN ALLEY. del7-64 . AMUSEMENTS. riRAND OPERA HOUSE NEW YEAR'S WEEK, Commencing ,,- ""-i.'"--! "Jz"? -..J. 1 43 inauueca new learn jay uiu oatiUtUiTs HOYTS ' Greatest Comedy Success, ,. - ' .-- "A Hnlo in T-hafimnrifi - AA AAWAU Hi UIXU Ul UVAliU, jrf; A Satire on tbe Railroads. arodncfid with auoronriit acetierr a.-nALa.SJ-; great caste of comedians and bouquet of f eml-fi nine loveliness ana tajenc 9tl Seats now on sale. Regular prices, 5c. SnSfl "ft anrt II. rtHOft-ST ?1 T OTUS GLEE CLUB OF BOSTON AWD MISS MINNIE MARSHALL, AT OLD CITY HALL, THIS (Friday) EVENING AT 8 0'CLOCK; In Young Men's Christian Association Course.'? .Admission, ou cm. vj ujusb nub memoexa. de27-80 pASINO MUSEUM John "W. O'Brien E. W. Connelly .Proprietor! ...Manager! Ail this week. Only Living 2-HEADED BABY. DAN NASH COMEDY COMPANY. PANORAMA OF IRELAND. CHARLEY HOWARD. DIAMOND GEORGE. Open at 1 P. M. to-day. de37-U T ONDON THEATER Seventy-two hoar race, from 12 noon to 12 midnight dally, nnder the personal manage-l ment ot xiarry xiavis. FIFTEEN OF THE BEST PEDESTRIANS? IN THE COUNTRY ENTERED. Good music will be in attendence. General Admission. 25c ' Reserved Space, 50c. itSZJSf, -1RAND OPERA HOUSE TO-NIGHT.' JT EMMA JUCH GRAND OPERA CO.1 MIGNON. m-attnwe: ajTimniV Nextweek-A HOLE LN THE GROT de2T- BLIOU THEATER J TO-NIGHT. MAUUIU MITCHELL IN FANCHON. Matlnea Saturday. Dec. 30-W. A. Brady's "AFTER DARK." j de27 HARRIS' THEATER Every Afternoon and Evening. MISS FLORENCE BINDLEY. In the Beautiful Comedy Drama. "DOT." ' Week December 30-N. S. Wood in hi new play, "Out in the Streets." . de22-20j TTARRY WILLIAMS ACADEMY I I To-night and Matinees, - HARRY WILLIAMS' OWN SPECIALTY COMPANY. -.. Grand Holiday Matinee Christmas Day."" Night Prices of Admission. de22-ll TTTORLD'S MUSEUM ALLEGHENY W City Harry Scott. Manager. A. Mernj Christmas to All. Week beginning. Dec ail uroncno jounsuennine wua west xxnioitl and Cowboy and Indian Convention. New Year's week Big Eliza Weighty 998. de21-3S FOR SALE. ELEGANT SUBURBAN RESIDENCE! One of the finest places in the county-04 acres, with beautiful residence of 10 or 131 rooms. Grounds beautifully laid out, with aaj abundance of fruit ana shade trees, largsl stables and outbuildings. All in perfect con- ditlou. JUagnincent view. Honse is about 3001 yards from Shields Station, near 8EWI0KXEY. Will be sold WITHOUT RESERVE TO THB -ruumusj. muuca at tne Aiiegneny county, Sheriffs office on MONDAY, January 6, 1S39, iHiuiua. auq a sot oi i5 acrea-aajoining above at same time. . "Title will be insured for the purchaser Jjy uioriueiLvjiue sou .iruscvou .lerms.nsur cash, balance on long time." r --ra INQUIRE OF BamuEl W. Block k EnJ 09 FOURTH AVENUE. deiT-zt-Turj PIANO! ORRAV8. And all manner of Small Instmmeaai. .HAMILTON'a delO-s Fifti avauuec- 4: M fut-i iV- r i f tZdMt , 7. : SHd if.. &, 41. M V. ?jr:.