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JANUARY 1, 1890.
pIS ESTIMATE LOW.
fjMf cnief Bigelow mil neea $y4o,osu xo
r&-,, Jinn liis Department.
' A OKE-MLLL TAX ASKED FOE PARKS
Light Appropriations Going to the Electric
.sprnnPEB rnp rtrerts iien sewers
t (v .The following is the report of the Depart
ment ot Public Works as submitted to the
Mayor jesterday by Chier E. M. Bigelow:
' ,)1?. Pittsburg, December 8L 18S9.
;'- Hon. Wm. McCallln, Alitor of City of Pittsburg:
v' Seas Sib In compliance -with section 35, of
- an ordinance o' Councils passed December 14,
' 18S9. entitled an ordinance to carry into effect
an act of Assembly entitled, "An act in rela
tion to the government of cities of the second
" class." I hare the honor to report to you the
expenditures and receipts of the Department
of Public Works for the ten months ending
"November 30, 1SS9. with approximate receipts
for the months of December and January. The
expenses for the remaining months Trill absorb
the amounts appropriated for the several bu
reaus for the lical year 1ES9.
In the approximate estimates required to
croperly couduct the department for the year
190. 1 hare not rcauced the appropriation in
any bureau, neither hare I asked for large in
creases, as vrill bo observed by comparing
witn last years appropriation, i would sug
gest that you ask 1 or park purposes an amount
equal to that produced by a one-mill tax, be
lieving that for the nrst year this sum will be
sufficient. There will be required about SI 00,
000 to be paid on the property, leaving about
$90,000 tor surveys and improving the park.
1 would also request that you place the
amount of 11.113 2u in the appropriation of
the Department of Public Safety, that amount
being necessary to light the police, patrol and
fire engine houses for the incoming year. Yours
respectfully, E. M. Bigelow,
Chief of the Department of Public 'Works.
SUMMARY OF EXPENSES.
1SS9. for 189a
General office $ 8.SS3 12 J 10,600
Bureau of Engineering and
Surveys 80,21fi90 85,600
V Bureau of Highways and
Sewers. 194,832 11 213,000
Bureau of Water Assess
ments 6,335 91 9,670
Hoard of Viewers 7,628 78 10,600
Burean of Water Supply
i and Distribution 192,458 31 269,450
Bureau of PublicLight.... 92.964 S6 121,000
s3ureau of City Property..: 30.159 83 82,400
Distribution main from
Hiland reservoir 74,000 98
" Street improvements, re
pairing, etc 12o,719 22 243.500
The balance on hand In the various bureaus
on December 1, 18S9.was J69.629 55, The bal
ance of the appropriation for street improve
ments was 154,891 93. and the balance on hand
of the appropriation for the distribution main
from Hiland reservoir was S999 Ot Tho total
appropriation tor 1SS9 was 945,722 60, and a
balance of $15,995 17 was left of the appropria
tion of 1S8S, which allowed the department
1991,717 67 for the year.
The receipts of the department up to Decem
ber 1 were as follows:
Bureau of City Property '
'Markets $53,349 39
Wharves and landings 14,147 29
Municipal Hall 60 00
City weigh scales 1,570 42
Bureau of Highways and Sewers.... 266 48
Burean of Engineering and Surveys. 17,262 00
Bureau of Water Supply and Distri-
' bution 5,691 87
Bureau of Water Assessments H,b64 62
Board of Viewers 12.673 00
Weigh scales and switch license 8,275 00
, S120.160 17
The estimated receipts for 1890 are much
larger as water rents to the amount of $500,000
are included. The estimates are appended:
Water rents $500,000
Wharves and landings 15.000
City weigh scales 1,500
Bureau of water snpply and distribution 6,000
Bereau of water assessments 12.000
Weigh scales and switch licenses 3,000
" INTERESTING FIGURES.
In the report made by Chief Bigelow of tho
expenses during the ten months of the year
covered, there are some interesting details. In
the bureau of highways and sewers, which
spent nearly $200,000, one-half the appropriation,
ur $103,632 31, was spent for labor in repairing
and cleaning streets and sewers, while $55,292 87
went for materials used for a like purpose.
Out of the $192,456 31 spent by the Bureau of
Water Supply and Distribution, $71,848 51 was
used in extension of water pipe made on
.petition of property owners. The pumping sta
tions got the bulk of what remained in the ap
propriation. The Burean of Public Light
spent $92,964 86, of which the East End Elec
tricLigbt Company got $70,783 06, and the Pitts
burg Gas Company, which once had the big
end ot this money, received but $6,002 7L
In the appropriations asked for 1890, the
same nroDortions are maintained. Tho Hnronn
of Highways and Avenues wants $213,000, of
which $125,000 Is to pay for labor in repairing
and cleaning streets and sewers, and $45,000 for
The Bureau of Water Supply and Distribu
tion wants $55,000 to extend the big main to
Fifth avenue and Craig street; $15,090 for gates
and gate houses at Hiland reservoir: 155,000
for pipe extension by petition; $60,500 for
running the Brilliant works; $17,000 for the Bed
ford works and $7,500 for the Herron Hill
works; $25,000 for the pay of street hands, and
$5,750 for establishing the new pumping station
on Winebiddle HilL b
In the Bureau of City Property wages are nat
urally the big expenditure. The bureau asks
$3,000 for the Superintendent and clerk, $9,500
for market employes, $2,400 for wharf employes,
A and $9,000 for Municipal Hall employes. The
item of $666 67 for observatory time is also in
cluded in this bureau.
The estimates for the Bureau of Public Light
ft mainly to the electric companies, the East
nd company getting $108,000, the Alleghenv
County $7,500, and the Pittsburg $1,000, out o'f
an estimate of $121,000.
Street repairing for the coming year is esti
mated at $243,500, the items being: Ellsworth
' avenue, $51,000; Edmond street, $10,000: Fifth
avenue, $30,000; Hiland avenue. $21,500: Taylor
street, $9,500; Penn avenue, $25,000; Seventeenth
street. $6,200; Maddocks alley. $2,600: Evans
alley, $3,500; Exchange alley, $6,200; Wabash
avenue. $15,000; Frankstown avenue, $10,000;
Second avenue, $20,000; Liberty avenue, $20,000;
Grandview avenue, fence, $5,000; Wilmot street,
wall, SS, 000.
Altogether Chief Bigelow asks for 1890 the
sum of $945,620, as against $945,722 50, the
amount appropriated for 1889.
TIEVYS OF TUB HEWERS.
The 'Doings of the Past Tear Placed In
'' In their yearly report to Chief Bigelow,
j5the Board oi Viewers show the amount oi
J work done by them as follows:
s They made 88 preliminary views on street
VUopenings and C2 final views; 65 preliminary
y -Jviews on sewers and 52 final views; 48 jpre--
fliminary views on grading, paving and
, . curbing streets and 15 final views; 8 prelim-
inary views on street vacations and 19 final
'views; 7 preliminary views on boardwalks,
jS views on damages by grade and 1 special
' preliminary sewer view, making a total of
370 views, the receipts of which were $8,116.
The-receipts of the Board of Viewers' of
.fice for the year were $12,673, but part of
this is for preliminary views that were held
in 1889, but the fees are not collectable until
'the final views are held in 1890. Thus there
is the sum of $4,557 for which the labor has
been done on 217 preliminary views, but the
amount will come in after the final reports
,od which it will be entered. - '
The expenses of the Board of Viewers for
the year were: To viewers, $5,712; to trans
portation, $109 89; salaries of clerk,
draughtsman and messenger, $3,400; total!
$9,221 89. "
,j Custom Honse Statistics
Show 2,454,504 cases of champagne wereim-pqrted-daring
the last decade, ot which over
one-fourth was "G. H. Humm's Extra
Dry?" There importation during that period
,'wti over 200,000 cases more than any other
brand, indicating its popularity.
-,' Those who use Prauenheim & Vllsack's
''celebrated ale and porter pronounce it ex
jcellent in flavor and very beneficial In its
effect Kept by all first-class dealers.
,,, (Z. "WAnrwEiGHT& Co. easily rank all
-oiaers as producing superior Deer, ale and
Porter.. Families supplied direct. Me
an oua. ' Trail
HEAD! FOE COLUMBUS.
The Randall Clnb Will See Campbell In
ancarated A Train of Pnllmaa Car
The trip of the Randall Clnb to Columbns
in January promises to be one of the big
events of that lively and progressive organi
zation. Already the number of members
who have signified their intention of going
number upward of 200, and many to hear
from. The clnb has arranged for a special
train of Pullman sleepers, with dining car
and buffet attached, and which will be their
home while gone. None but members ot
the club, and subject to club discipline, will
be permitted to accompany it One car will
be especially reserved for the use of mem
bers accompanied by ladies.
The train will leave the Union, depot on
Sundav evening, January 12, arriving at
Columbus for breakfast. The Jackson Club,
of Columbus, will be in waiting ta escort
them to their post in the grand
procession which will terminate at the Capi
tol grounds, where the inauguration of
Governor Campbell will take place. The
afternoon will be devoted to visiting all the
prominent places, including a visit to the
Old Roman," Governor Campbell and an ex
change of courtesies with the visiting clubs
from Cincinnati and elsewhere. In the
evening the inauguration ball will take
place, and to which the club has a special
invitation. After the ball the train will be
in waiting, and the club will arrive in
Pittsburg for a late breakfast on Tuesday
The Great Western Band will accompany,
and furnish the music for the occasion. The
entire expenses for the trip, including
sleeping car and meals, will not exceed $11
President Frank J. WeLrel will accom
pany, and General P. N. Guthrie act as
marshal for the occasion. The committees
in charge are leaving no stone unturned to
make the trip an enjoyable one, and if the
details are all not carefully attended to it
will not be their fault. The announcement
that the club would attend the inauguration
has been heralded in all the papers in Ohio,
and from the reception that has been prom
ised and assuredt it behooves the boys to
have a care for their good health.
HE. JONES HON-COMMITTAL.
He Doubts Whether the Free Bridge Prop
osition Wonld be Popular.
Mr. B. F. Jones was asked yesterday
what he thought of the Counsilmanio reso
lution requesting him to fill the vacancies in
the Appraisers' Board on Free Bridges, and
he said that until Common Council con
curred there would be no action expected.
The board originally consisted of Messrs.
Jones, .Tames Park, Jr., George B. "White
and Joseph Dilworth. They were given
certain powers to condemn bridges. They
had discussed the matter years ago, but
judged it inexpedient to buy the bridges, as
they thought the city could not afford to pay
lor them then.
Mr. Jones could not say whether the
board would be filled or not, as he seemed
to think the outlook no more favorable now
than formerly. If the other branch con
curs the subject will be considered.
Mr. Jones thought it doubtful whether
the people generally would care to pay for
the bridges Those who did not use them
to any great extent would not be benefited,
and he was inclined to think they would ob
ject to being taxed to tree the structures for
those who made most nse of them.
THE HOSPITAL COLLECTION.
It Did Not Meet With the Snccesa Expected
"When Treasurer Charles B. McVay, of
the Fidelity Title and Trust Company,
counted up the cash which had been placed
in the 28 hospital boxes which were dis
tribute! about the city Saturday and Sun
dav. he found only S150 39. where he had
expected to find $5,000. It was described as
a miserable failure bv a member-of the
Hospital Saturday and Sunday Association.
In one box only 38 cents was lonnd.
"The people do not recognize the neces.
sity of keeping up the hospitals," said Mr.
McVay, "and they will have to be made
cognizant of the fact that the number of
charity patients who had to be cared lor in
the West Penn, Homeopathic and Alle
gheny General last year was 2,293, and the
total number of days of hospital care for
free patients was 86,842. which would make
the cost of caring lor them $86,842, reckon
ing at $1 per day for each patient. Al
though we are greatly disappointed by the
result of our scheme we are not discouraged,
and will try again."
BUILDIKG A HEW CHURCH.
Teldell Is Now PrrncUmir In Huntingdon
His Ln wycr Unpaid.
The John Wesley Church has broken
ground on Arthur street fdr the erection a
church, parsonage and firebrick dwelling.
The church is in a very prosperous condi
tion. During the 12 months of his pastor
ate, Bev. G. W. Clinton has raised nearly
$4,000. He has had the church refinished
Mr. Clinton is the gentleman who went
South some time ago in behalf ot Yeldell,
the colored man charged with murder by
the South Carolina authorities. Last night
Mr. Clinton said that Yeldell wai now pas
tor of a church in Huntingdon, Pa. Some
350 is still owing Yeldell's lawyers, which
he has made no attemptto pay. Mr. Clin
ton has written seeral times about it, but
has failed to receive any reply.
OIL BROKERS' TICKET.
La Grippe Has Nat Yet Slnde It Appear
ance Among Them.
The election of officers of theOil Exchange
to serve for 1890 will be held to-morrow, and
yesterday the following ticket was printed
and distributed to the members
For President, James S. McKelvy; First Vice
President, B. F. Arensberg; Second Vice Pres
ident, A. J. Lawrence: Treasurer. J. B. Bar
bour, Jr.: (secretary, J. K. Barbour; Director
S. K. Harris, Georce Heard, S. S. Pinkerton,
W. T. Mnstin, N. W. Stevenson, J. B. KcKee,
Jr.. R. J. Stoney, Jr., J. J. Campbell, bamuel
Fritz, M. L. Jenkins; Arbitration Committee,
R. H. Itobinspn. F. P. Smith, R.T. Hunt,
James Carotbers and Frank A. Pollock.
Inquiries were made ou the floor of the
Exchange yesterday to learn if any of the
brokers were troubled with la grippe, but
none could be found, and one member stated
that no such French delicacy was allowed
among the bulls and bears.
.SECTOR MAXWHL SUPPORTED.
A Member of the Charcfa Think That a. Pre
ponderance of Opinion Favors Him.
A member of Trinity Church said yester
day: "Why don't you get some opinions
from church members outside of the vestry
on Mr. Maxwell's retention. Ycfn would
find that fully two-thirds of the contribut
ing members sympathize with the rector,
and wonld vote for his retention.
"A vote of the membership would cer
tainly declare largely in favor of Mr. Max
well, who has filled the pews ot Trinity
Church for so iany years."
To Dispel Colds,
Headaches and fevers, to cleanse the system
effectually, yet gently, when costive or bilious,
or when the blood Is impure or sluggish, to per
manently cure habitual constipation, to awaken
the kidneys and Jiver to a healthy activity,
without irritating or weakening them, nse
Syrnp of Figs.
Those who use Frauenheim & Vilsack's
celebrated ale and porter pronounce it ex
cellent In flavor and very beneficial in iU
effect. Kept by all first-class dealers.
Z. WAnrvTBIOHT & Co. easily rank all
others as producing superior beer, ale and
porter. Families supplied direct. Tele
phone 5525. , yrBU.
THE PRESS CLUB BANQUET.
Arrangements Nearly Completed and Many
Distinguished JlenInvlted Editor Dana,
Orator Depew and Silent Quay Have
The third annual dinner of the Pittsburg
Press Club will be given at the Hotel Dn
quesne at 6 o'clock on Wednesday evening,
January 29, and it is expected to eclipse all
former efforts of the organization in this di
rection. Among the gentlemen who have accepted
invitations and whom the committee con
fidently expect to be present, are Hon.
Henry Watterson, Wm. Henry Smith, the
Associated Press, Chauncey M. Depew,
Chas. A. Dana, Andrew Carnegie, General
D. H. Hastings and George W. Childs.
Invitations have also been extended to
President Harrison, Senator Quay, Senator
Cameron, Congressman Dalzell, Governor
Beaver and other notable gentlemen, many
of whom will be in attendance.
The professions, industries and Interests
of Pittsburg will be represented by able
gentlemen, while there will be a general
turnout of the members to meet their dis
tinguished guests. Heretofore the club's
guests have been confined to prominent gen
tlemen of the county, and the presence at
the coming dinner of the well-known men
from abroad, many ot whom will be on the
lists as speakers, will be the feature of the
The arrangements for the dinner are in
the hands of a committee consisting of John
W. Black, Chairman; Percy F. Smith, Sec
retary; Eugene M. O'Neill, H. H. Bvram,
T. J. Keenan, Jr., C. F. Jahn and Wm. C.
Connelly, Jr. No effort is being spared to
bring the dinner to a standard that will
make it the most brilliant in4$ie history of
the club. '
CARNEGIE'S CHRISTMAS CHECK.
Mrs. Robert Pltcolro Receives $3,500 for
the Purpose of Benntlfrlng Grounds.
Next spring the grounds of the West
Penn Hospital will be improved and beau
tified under the direction of Mrs. Bebert
Pitcairn, and made as handsome as it is
possible to make them. The fund for the
Eurpose, which has been growing in the
ands of Mrs. Pitcairu since the idea of re
arranging the grounds of the hospital took
shape, has now reached a very respectable
On Christmas Mrs. Pitcairn received a
generous donation to the fund from Andrew
Carnegie in the form of a check for $2,500.
The ground will be artistically sloped from
the buildings to the Pennsylvania Bailroad,
and skirted with shrubberv which has been
kindly offered by local florists.
JOSEPH EIHMELL DUNG.
The Penn Avenue Druggist Not Expected to
Joseph Klmmell, the Penn avenue drug
gist, is lying at the point of death at his res
idence on Center aveuue. Mr. immell for
some time past has been afflicted with con
sumption. For a week he has been unable to
take any solid food. His death is hourly
In Search of a Brother.
Mayor McCallin yesterday received a tel
egram from Dale station, Pa., stating that
a Hebrew peddler named Max Cohen had
been killed by a train there yesterday morn
ing. The deceased is supposed to have a
brother living in Pittsburg, whose address
is unknown, and the operator requests this
Mayor to look up this brother. The man
who was killed resided at Shippenville.
Appeals to be Heard.
Mr. Carnahan states that Judge Stowe
will, on Friday, at 10 o'clock A. ST., hear
appeals from persons assessed with benefits
on account of various street improvements.
FOR ABUSE OF ALCOHOL
TJse Horsforit's Acid Phosphate.
Dr. W. R Crane, Mitchell, Dak., says: "It
has proven almost a specific for this disorder;
11 cnecis me vomuing, restores me appetite,
and at the same time allays the fear of im
pending dissolution that Is so common to heavy
JOHN R. & A. MURDOCH.
New Tear's Greeting.
To our many friends and patrons we ex
tend hearty thanks.
The flowers continue to bloom. Our
facilities continually increase, and we are
always prepared to execute orders of any
magnitude promptly in the most artistic
styles and at satisfactory prices. Telephone
John B. & A. Mjadoch, Florists,
508 Smithfield street.
Newlr Married Coaplesl
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 soap can be used
for. Benders clothes beautifully white,
sweet and healthful to wear. Full pound
bars, 8c per pound, at grocers everywhere.
Everybody bear in mind that Hen
dricks & Co., 68 Federal St., Allegheny,
will have their photograph gallery open all
day New Year's. Good cabinets $1 a doz.
Those who use Frauenheim & Vilsack's
celebrated ale and porter pronounce it ex
cellent in flavor and very beneficial in its
effect. Hept by all first-class dealers.
Z. Wainwkioht & Co. easily rank all
others as producing superior beer, ale and
porter. Families supplied direct Tele
phone 5525. tvsu
Highest prices paid for ladies' or
gents' cast-oft clothing at De Haan's Big
6, Wylie ave. Call or send by mail. "WBU
Brain workers who cannot sleep can, if
they will take according to directions Fred,
Brown's Ginger Get the genuine.
ATTENTION, COURT CITY OF PITTS
BURG No, MM, A, O. F., of America.
Brethren, you will meet at your hall, 20 Fifth
avenue, on WEDNESDAY. January L at 2
p. 11 , to attend the funeral of Brother Walter
Green. Sister courts are respectfully invited
to attend. By order
F. J. COCHRANE, Chairman.
THOMAS'KEEM. See. de31-S5
Controller of allfgheny County,
PnTSBUEG. Pa.. December 3a 18S9
VT OTICETO BAKERS AND BUTCHERS
XI Sealed proposals will be received at this
office until 4 o'clock p. m. Friday, January 3;
1890, for supplying Allegheny County Jail
with bread and meat trom January 15. 1890,
until July 18, 1S90. Bread to be of good quality
wheat bread. Proposals for meat will be:
First, good quality boiling beef, not to contain
more than 25 per cent bone; second, to be
free from bone and fat and accompanied
with such amonnt of soup bone as the Warden
shall direct. The board reserves the right to
consider either proposition in the interest of
the county. All supplies to be subject to the
approval of the Warden, and be furnished in
sucb quantities and at such times as be shall
direct. For further information Inquire at the
conntyjail. The board reserves the right to
reject any or all bids. JOSIAH SPEER,
Controller and Secretary of Prison Board.
A PLEASANT WINTER TRIP.
The Steamships of thib Red "D" Line.
Sailing every 12 days for Venezuela, S. A,
and the Island of Cnracoa, W. L, afford an nn
equaled opportunity to those wishing to make
a short sea voyage to the tropics. t
These steamships were built by Wm. Cramp
A Sons, of Philadelphia, specially for the trade,
and are provided Vtb every modem appliance
for the safety, convenience and comfort of
The round trip is made ln four weeks, of
which 18 days are spent at sea and at various
ports, and from six to ten days at Caracas.
This beautiful city is located 8,000 feet above
the sea, and is connected with the coast by
rail. It has first-class hotels, pleasant walks
and drives, and a climate unexceled anywhere.
At La Qualm steamers will be found to all
parts of the West Indies. For descriptive
pamplet, etc apply to BOULTON, BLISS A
DALLETT, General Managers, 71 wall street,
New York. de28-68-wa
X3Dlsplay aOvezUsementt one dollar per
square or one imertton. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, for Sale,
lb Let, etc., ten cents per line for each er
tton. and none taken for lest than fifty ents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
publio, Branoh Offices have been
established at the following places,
where "Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with Tnx DIS
PATCH. PITTS BTJKO.
THOMAS MCCAFFKEY, JM Butler street.
EMIL O. bTUCKKY. ZHh street and Penn ave.
E. G. HTCCKEYACO., Wylie ave. andFultonat.
N. bTOKELY, Firth Ayenne Market House.
XAST IJtD. y
J. W. WALLACE, till Penn aTtnus.
McALLISTEB & EHE113LEK,6tli av. A Alwood at.
JACOB SPOHN. Ho. 2 Carson street.
H. A.DONALDbON, 1707 Carson street
A. J. KAERCIIEK, 59 Federal street.
H. J. MCBKIOE, Market Honse, Allegheny.
FRKD H. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS ft SON, Ohio and Chestnut its.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENEY, Western and Irwin sves.
i. W. HUGHES, Pennsvlvania and Beaver aves.
l'EKKY M. GLEIM. Kcbecca and Allegheny aves.
W. W. FLOCK.ER, Stationer. No. 4 Grant ave.
THE DISPATCH HAS OPENED A
BRANCH OFFICE FOR THE SOUTHSIDE
AT HO. 1220 CARSOU STREET. WHERE
ADVERTISEMENTS, NEWS AND SUB
SCRIPTIONS CAN BE LEFT. BOTH FOR
GENERAL EDITIONS, AND FOR THE
WANTED-AGOOD. SMART. INTELLIGENT
boy. Inquire at ST. CHABLES HO 1 EL.
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS CANVASSER
for the Century Dictionary. H. WATTS ft
CO., 1 Wood St. de31-62-TUWF
WANTEU-AN EXI-ER1ENCED QUAKKY
MAN: also brickmaker. GEO. S. MARTIN
ft CO. , S3 Liberty st. de31-30
WANTED-200 YOUHG MEN TO CALL AT
stage entrance BIJOU 1HEATEB10 A. M.,
Thursday, January 2. Jal-33
VTJANTEU riHST-CLASS BARBER FOR
v city Job: wages S12 per week and commis
sion; short hours. Addrss J. J. S , Dispatch of
WANTED -MAN TO BUN CLEANING
mills ln stove foundry. DeHAVEN ft CO..
L1M., corner Preble and Stanton ave., Alle
TTT-ANTED-A CURTAIN UPHOLS1ERER
VV none but those of (rood experience and
references need apply. O. MCCLINTOCK ft CO.,
33 Fifth ave. deZS-8l-D
TTANTED-SMAliT MAN WITH S200 TO
YV manage a new business ln this State: no
competition: can make S3iO a month. Address D.
E. B., Dispatch office. jal-83
WANTED-A SMART BOY ABOUT 15. NOT
afraid to work, to run errands and deliver
packages. Call Friday morning BOOM 3, Dis
patch building, Diamond street. Jal-31
WANTED A BRIGHT YOUNG PRINTER
can obtain a permanent and desirable posi
tion as foreman. Address, 6tatlng wasres ex
pected, GOOD SIT, Dlspatcb office. de31-34
WANTED-A FIKST-CLASS SALESMAN TO
sell on commission a full line of infant
turns and child's McKay sewed shoes. Address,
with reference, FOLMEE ft CO., Orwigsburg,
WAMED-A 1 PATENT OFFICE AND
photo-enpravlng draughtsman, whose
work is conceded to be among tbe finest ln the
U. S. patent office, desires engagement. C. E. B.
Dispatch office. jal-7
-tTTANTED-A CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY
TV Salary and expenses paid, or commission
If preferred; salesmen wanted everywhere; no
experience needed. Address, stating age, H W.
FOSTER ft CO., Nurserymen, Geneva, N. Y.
WANTED-ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER OR
entry clerk by city house; address stating
age. experience and salary expected: satisfactory
reference will be required from successful appli
cant. Addrss f. B. J., Box 117,'Plttsburg P. O.
WANTEO-AGENTS SHOULD WRITE FOR
illustrated circular snJ.V!rms for two
weeks' trial of Missouri washer; washes dirtiest
clothes clean by hot steam without rubbing; easily
sold; profitable. J. WORTH, H Beekman St.,
New York City. nolO-W-wssu
WANTED-SALESMEN AT 75 PER MONTH
salary and expenses, to sell a line orsllver
plated ware, watches, etc. ; by sample only; horse
and team furnished free; write at once for full
Eartlculars and sample case of goods free. STAN
ABD SlLVERWAltE CO., Boston, Mass.
TTT-ANTED-ALL BRICKLAYERS AND CON
VV TRACTORS to know 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 employers or mem
WANTED-SALESMEN AT ONCE-A FEW
good men to sell onr goods by sample to the
wholesale and retail trade; we are the largest
manufacturer ln our line ln the world: liberal
salary paid; permanent position; money advanced
for wages, advertising, etc. For full terms ad
dress CENTENNIAL MrG. CO.. Chicago, III., or
Cincinnati, O. no9-77-WFSu
WANTED-SOBER YOUNG MAN, NOT
afraid to -work, who can run leers and
glory holes in prescription factory; state age. if
married or single, whom you have worked for
and how long; also references and salary wanted
untlljulyl; none but experienced men need ap
ply. Address, J 41, care of LORD ft THOMAS,
New York City. Jal-86-wssu
WANTED RICHES. IF YOU DESIRE
them no use fooling away time on things
that don't pay; but send it at once for magnificent
outfit of our Great New Stanley Book; If book and
terms are not satisfactory we will refund your
money; no risk: no capital needed: both ladles
and gentlemen emnlojed; don't lose time ln
writing; "stepln while the waters are troubled:"
dars are worth dollars. Address B. F. JOHN
SON ft CO., 1009 Main st., Richmond, Va.
XT7-ANTED AN ACTIVE, ENERGETIC
YV young man, between 23 and SO years ofage,
to act as assistant manager of an important Pitts
burg enterprise; mnst be sober, have a good edu
cation, as well as tact and address ln approaching
and dealing with men, and willing to devote him
self entirely to the Interests of the enterprise;
tbe opening is an unusual one, and offers the
right man an opportunity to make a reputation;
salary at first. ii,oc0a year. Address A. il.. Dis
patch office, Pittsburg, Ja. deS9-37
WANTED-AGENTS EVERYWHERE TO
sell and everybody to use Dr. O'Keefe's
25 cts. liver pills, cold or catarrh pills, cough pills,
diarrhea pills, dyspepsia pills, rheumatism pills,
headache pills, worm pills, skin eruotlon pills,
kidney pills, neuralgia pills, leucorrhoca pills,
menstrual pills, sore throat pills, croup pills,
nervous debility pills, general debility pills,
nerve pills, teething pills, piles pills, non-cathartic
pills, whooping cough pills, eve pills,
backache pills, 25 cts. each: large bottles fl 00
sent postage paid. DR. O'KEEFEft CO., Homeo
pathic Chemists, 84 Fifth ave., Pittsburg, Pa.
TTANTED-A WET NURSE FOR A CHILD 2
YV months old. Apply at in LOCUST bT . Al
Olale and Peraale Help.
WANTED FARMHANDS. 20 LABORERS;
man to attend to a horse and cow,100 house
fllrls, 20 for hotels, cooks and chambermaids,
sundress, dlnlngroom girl, dishwasher. MEE
HAN'S, 545 Grant st. de30-D
WANTED A GENTLEMAN OF ACTIVE
business habits, with large personal ac
quaintance, desires to associate himself with an
other of experience for the prosecution of real
estate. Insurance and general brokerage business
as might De determined. Interview can be bad
by addressing S. ALEXANDER, Box 969, Pitts
burg, P. O. jal-l
WANTED-ROOM AND BOARD-BY A MAN
and wife from New York; mnst be first
class and cleanrPenn avenue preferred. Write,
stating terms and location, to CLARENCE, Dis
patch office. diJl-io
WANTED-BY AN EXPERIENCED MAN-A
line of groceries to sell on commission.
Address W. B.. Dispatch office. Jal-90
-TTANTED-EY XOUNG MAN A POSITION
V V of any kind ; not afraid of work, and where
he will nave a chance of promotion. Address H.
M Dlspatcb office. de31-33
WANTED SITUATION DRUG CLERK,
experienced man, thoroughly practical
and reliable; registered in Pennsylvania ard
Ohio. T. P., care of Schwartz ft Cheiwrlght 431
Wood St., Pittsburg, Pa. de31-74
ANTED-BY A YOUNG, SMART MAN,
attn&tlon With- nrlvatA Iftmtly to act as
coachman: thoroughly understands care of fast
norses, grecuuuuKe ana speaas inree auiereni
languages, English, French and German. Ad
dress GOOD REFERENCE, Dispatch office.
WANTED-SITUATION BY A THOROUGH
LY practical mechanical engineer. 40 years
ofage. a member of Institution orMechanlcal En
gineers, London, who has had many years' expe
rience as master mechanic, both ln this country
and Europe: desires similar situation: unexcep
tionable references. Address M. L M. E., Dis
patch office, de29-7
WANTED-SMALL MORI GAGES-L J.WIL
SON, 149 Fourth ave. nott-23
WANTED-MORTGAGE3 ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over S4.000; 43f cer cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER ft CO., K Fourth avenue,
8500.000 TO LOAN ON
5 and S ner cent. J AS. W.
ourth ave., Plttsbnrg. Telc-
phone No. 975.
YY ln large and small amounts at 4Hv5andS
per cent, free or State tax: no delay. HEED B.
COYLE& CO.. 131 Fourth ave. my21-60
-TTT-ANTED-TO LOAN MONEY ON MOKT
V V GAGES ln amounts to suit, ln city or coun
try, at 4jto6 per cent, as to security: no delay.
SAM U EL W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave.
WANTED MORTGAGES WE HAVE
money to loan ln large or small amounts
at lowest rates on Pittsburg, Allegheny or subur
ban Improved real estate. ALEXANDER ft LEE,
313 Wood St. de28-56-HWS
WANTED-TO LOAN $500,000. IN AMOUNTS
of (3,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4)j per cent, free or tax: also smaller
at o ana o per cent, vlaul s uawu.
95 1 ourth avenne.
ANTED-MOKTGAGEb-SLOOO, 000TO LOAN
on cltv and suburban properties at 4K. Sand
Cncrcent. and on larras ln Allegheny and aa la-
cent counties at 6 per cent. 1. M. PENNOCK ft
bON, lOi Fonrtb avenue.
TTTANTED TO A.OAN 1200.000 ON IIORT
YV GAGES; (100 and upward at 6 per cent;
(500,000 at 4K per cent on residences or buslnesi
property; also ln adlolnlng counties. S. H.
FRLN UH. 12i Fourth avenue. OC2I-4-D
WANTED MORIGAGES-tlOO.OOO TO LOAN
on mortgages, ln sums from (500 to $10,000,
for S to 5 years on cltv property, at very low rates;
write for terms and give description of property.
J. E. GLASS, 133 Firth ave. Telephone No. 1764.
WANTED-TO SELL GROCERY, S138 LIB
ERTY avenne: fine counters and (helving;
full line of goods: good trade established. Jal-l 1
VTJANTED-EVERYBODY TO KNOW THAT
Y V they can get the latest novelties in signs at
PAS1 ORIC3 ft JACOBS', 411 Smithfield st.
WANTED HIGHEST SPOT CASH PRICES
paid for cecond-band furniture, carpets and
household goods of all kinds. 1211 PEN N AVE
WANTED -ALL APPLICANTS FOR
liquor license to have their bonds properly
executed beroro THOS. MCCAFFREY, Notary
Public, 3509 Butler st. Telephone 5514. Office
open evenings. delS-4-w
WANTED-EVEBYONE TO KNOW THAT
PEARSON, the leading photographer, of
96 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 fine work.
WANTED BUYERS FOR HOLIDAY
goods; special lnducemehts to cash buyers;
diamonds, watches, silverware, clocks, etc.;
spectacles and eyeglasses accurately fitted at low
est rates. J.M1TSCH, 130 Federal st.. Allegheny.
FOB SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE
OR SALE-(10,500-ON TAYLOR ST.. SIX
TEENTH ward, at terms to suit: Ict45kxl37
ieei, corner property, a almost new oncic aweii
lngs ln first-cla6s repalr.now renting for (1,038 ner
annum; will net over 8 per cent. THOS. MCCAF
FREY, 3509 Butler St. deI4-14-WSSu
FOR SALE(16,000-ON FORTY-FIFTH ST.,
above Butler; lot 60x103; 8 brick dwellings ln
first-class repair, nat. gas, sewered, street and
alley payed; rent for (L53S per vear; No. 1 invest
ment; real estate is best security for your spare
cash. THOS. MCCAFFREY, 3509 Butler st-de28-42-ws
FOR SALE-THATFINE RESIDENCE PROP
ERTY, corner lot. No. 31 Fulton street, close
to Wylie ave. cars, 10 large rooms, bath and lava
tory, natural gas, and all ln good order through
out and ready for Immediate occupancy; good
brick stable on rear of lot opening out to Craw
ford street; a great bargain to a prompt pur
chaser; possession at once. JAS. W. DRAPE ft
CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. Jal-19
East End Residences.
FOR SALE TWO FRAME HOUSES ON AT
WOOD st , near Bates: each honse contains s
rooms; water, etc., in bouse: lots 45x100. BAK
N ETT ft CHAPLIN. 101 Fourth avenue. ae31-49
OR SALE HOUSE AND 2 LOTS AT HOME-
WOOD. East End. near K. K. station; S
rooms in house: lots 40x100 feet; price only (A500;
must be sold to settle up an estate. JAS. W.
DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth ave., Plttsbnrg.
FOB SALE NICE EASr END RESIDENCE
almost new: Immediate possession; owner
going South; 8 rooms, reception hall, bath and
lavatory, laundry, natural gas and all other
modern conveniences: possession at once. JAB.
W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth aveuue, Pittsburg.
CTOR 8ALE-1N THE EAST END A COM
JU MODIOUS brick residence, hall ln center,
spacious rooms on either side, and deplete
throughout with all modern appliances: fine
ground surround the residence, with dense
growth of bade trees, ituit trees, grapevines,
copious flow of pure water: will be sold at a great
bargain on 5 to 10 years' time; small payment
down. JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth ave.,
TTIOR SALE THERE ARE TEN VERY DE
JL1 SIRABLE houses now ln 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
to buyers: prices, (7,500, (8,000. and (10,000, accord
ing to slz and location; lots vary ln size from 30x
100 to 92x150; Atwoodst., now paved with asphalt
from Filth ave. to Oakland square, and traction
road being laid. Apply to SAMUEL W.BLACK
ft CO., 99 Fourth ave. deK-4
FOR SALE-IN SEWICKLEY-FOB (500 CASH
and (500 per year; fineiy situated on the best
streetln the borough; a comfortable and complete
brick dwelling of 10 rooms, bath, w. c, b. and c.
water, nat. and art. gas. stationary wash tubs,
e'c. ; lot 47x203 ft.; flagstone walks, good lawn
and large fruit trees; also, adjoining property:
lot 89HX220 ft., with frame residence of 7 rooms
nat. gas. etc; terms (5C0 cash and (400 per year; It
wilt be worth your time to examine these proper
ties before renting for another year. A. W.
ADAIR, Room M4 Penn b'ld'g. Penn ave. jal-97
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE-A LOT 24x100 ON WEBSTER AVE.,
near cable cars. Inquire at 158 SOUTH AVE.,
East End Lots.
FOB SALE-I STILL HAVE A FEW CHOICE
lots ln the Bank or Commerce addition plan,
at prices and terms that should meet ready sale;
act quick. JOHN F. BAXTER, Agent. 512 Smith
field street. de29-53-jrwr
FOR SALE-CHOICE RESIDENCE SITES IN
the most attractive part of East End to be se
cured by Investing lualotiuBaum Groveplin;
investigate this plan before purchaslngelsewnere.
MELLON BROS., East End, or JOHN F. BAX
TER, Agent, 512 Smithfield st. dc29-53-MWF
-ITiOR SALE-FOR A FEW DAYS-ONE OF THE
JP finest buildings sites ln Allegheny; lot 60x140
feet; call and see about It. A. D. WILSON, 65
Federal st. , Allegheny. de29-47
FOR SALE FARM-150 ACRES; FRAME
house, 6 rooms, well finished: bank Darn, water,
coal, limestone: 4 acres choice fruit; near Apollo;
(43 per acre, cash. ED. WITTISH, 410 Grant st.
TTtOR SALE AT EDGEWOOD. 25 ACRES
JJ land, 7 minutes from sta.: will be offered for
30 days only at (2,000 per acre: great bargain. Par
ticulars W. E. HAMNET1V404 Smithfield street,
Plttsbnrg. and Wllkln3bnrg. lal-98
FOR SALE-A LARGE FARM-200 ACRES
all tillable land, well watered, good fences,
excellent dwelling and outbuildings, etc., etc.,
close to line of railroad; good -farm for dairy or
stock purposes; would take a small city property
in part payment. iiao tiijioarii x isvs., ii
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-4,000 ACHES HEAVY TTMBEB
Cameron county. T. LIVEZEY. Allen's
lane, Phlla. del8-98-w
FORSALE-REAL ESTATEINBOTH CITIES
1,000 bouses and lots: call or send for new
list Jnst out. THOMAS MCCAFFREY. 3509 Butler
at. Telephone 5514. Office open evenings.
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE-BARGAINS IN
houses and lots for homes and Investments;
overt, UK) properties to select from: now is the
time to buy; real estate Is tho best security ln the
country, and the safest place to put your money.
Before buying be sure to call on THOS. MCCAF
FREY, 3509 Butler St. Office open evenings.
Telephone 5514. de8-14VWh8u
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses, Vehicles. Live Stock, Etc
FOB SALE TWO DRAUGHT HORSES. HAR
NESS and wagon. McQUEWAN ft DOtG
LA3, 209 Penn ave. de31-54
FOR SALE-HORSE AT A BARGAIN-FINE,
highly-bred roadster and saddle horse. Can
be seen at C. At WARMOASTLK'S STABLES,
Penn and Shady aves. E. E. Jal-90
machinery and Metals.
FOR SALE ENGINES AND IBOILERS-NEW
and refitted: repairing promptly attended to.
PORTER iUUNDRY ANDMACHINECO..LIM.,
fcelow Suspension bridge, Allegheny. Pa. jal-12
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles ln stock, from 4 to
100 h. p. ;all reflttedfgood as new, at lowest prices;
portable engines, 8 to 25 h. p. : boilers all sizes
and styles. J .S. YO UN G, 23 Park way, Allegheny.
FOR SALE- HOISTING ENGINES, NEW
and second handrwlra and rnanllla rope, der
rick and flttlnci. hoisting tuba and cars, clay and
ore pans, engines, boilers and machinery.
I HOMAS OARLLN'S SONS. Lacock and Sandusky
I7TOB SALE-A NATIONAL CASH REGISTER;
7 nearly new: suitable for grocery or restau
rant: sold cheap. Inquire of AUBUCKLES,
wholesale merchants, de38-3
FOR 8ALE-PE1NTING OFFICE AND -STATIONERY
store doing a good bustneas; good
reasons for selling. PRINTING, Dispatch office.
F)R SALE HALF INTEREST IN STOVE
and tlnshop; good trade and doing good busi
ness: small capital. Forluformatlon address L.
F1TZM1ER, ConneUsvlllc Pa. de29-30
FOB SALE AN ESTABLISHED RETAIL
grocery business ln Allegheny; best location
in the city and a large trade, mostly cash. Ad
dress RETAIL GROCER, Dispatch office.
FOR SALE-GRAND OPPORTUNITY FOR
one or two active men with some capital to
step Into a paying wholesale produce commission
business, profits tblsyearwlll reach (10, M0; owner
engaged ln other bnsfnesa reason for selling. Ad
dress F. C. DICKSON, 140 Monterey St., Alle
EOB 'SALE-GOOD FISH AND OYSTKB
depot, grocery stores, (33) to (10,000; cigar
stores. (250 to (I, sou; light business clearing (75
weekly; drugstores, country stores, boarding;
houses, milk routes, confectioneries, bakeries and
other good business chances. SHEPARD ft CO.,
54 Filth ave. de22'
FOR SALE-LIVERY AND BOARDING STA
BLE on a main street of the city: tbe stock of
a good livery and boarding stable, consisting of
horses, carriages, buggies and every requirement
for a firat-class business: Income from boarding
alone now over (.C0 a month: good reasons for
selling; If disposed of ln a tew days will be sold
very cheap. 0. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth ave. Jal-8t
FOR SALE-A LIVERY AND UNDERTAKING
business, horses, carriages, buggies, wagons,
hearses, wltb all necessary outfit, etc.. ln one of
tbe most active manufacturing towns on line of
railroad ln the county: a splendid opportunity for
a man who understands the business; the present
a man wuu unuerstanus lue Dl
proprietor has made a snngl
to principals and parties who i
win be furnished at our office.
ug lortune; particulars
ho are able to onrchase
office. JAS. W. DRAPE
ft CO.. 129 Fourth avenoe, Plttsbnrg. Jal-19
FOR SALE-MACHINE SHOP AND FOUN
DRY. The controlling Interest ln a first
class machine shop and foundry business lnone
of tbe best and most rapidly-growing manufactur
ing towns on line of railroad ln Ohio directly ln
the great natural gas region; to any oue who un
derstands the business this is a rare opening.
Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., 13
Fourth ave., Plttsbnrg. Jal-19
PEKSONAI-FBIEND3 AND GUESTS ARE
invited to attend our annual New Year's
lunch. T. J. ft C. G. GOODWIN. 115 Fourth
ERSONAL-NEW BOOKS-HUNDREDS OF
new books, nicely bonnd ln cloth gilt, at25c
each: many fine books Inelegant bindings: come
and see them. LEVI'S BOOKSTORE, Liberty
st., nearNlntb. nc3-33
PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURNED; recently they had not been on tbe
beat of terms owing to a little family jar occa
sioned by the wife Insisting on being allowed to
renovate Ms wearing apparel, and which, ot
course, was done ln a bungling manner; ln order
to prevent the trouble they agreed tn send all
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor, 65
Fifth ave., corner Wood at., second floor, and
now everything la lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns la their household. Telephone 1558.
LOST-A FOX TERRIER DOG; WHITE, WITH
black spot around right eye long ears and
short tall. A liberal reward If returned to No. 9
LIN COLN AVE., Allegheny. Jal-93
LOST-NFCK LACE-ON SUNDAY, DECEM
BER 29, lu Wylie ave. street cars, or on cor
ner of Sixth and Smithfield ets., a necklace
made of gold dollars. Flnderwill be rewarded by
leaving same at 103 ROBERTS ST.. city. Jat-89
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO NAVI
GATORS on tbe Monongahela river that
tbe southern channel span of the SmitbSeld
street bridtre will be closed for navigation
during JANUARY by false works necessary
for erection of new structure.
de?5-95 Chief Engineer.
A STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
of the Bank of Plttsbnrg, Wednesday
morning, January L 1890.
Loans, bills and disconnts 1,835,369 82
Real estate 60,272 10
Stocks and miscellanies 34.231 81
Due by other banks 340,023 49
United States bonas 538,000 00
Specie, legal tender and National
bank notes and fractional cur
rency 619,916 27
Clearing House checks., 21,716 33
Capital stock SL1M.150 00
Profits and earnings 450,535 29
Unpaid dividends and suspense ac
count 21104 31
Due to other banks 10,675 43
Deposit 1,844,166 81
The above statement Is correct, to the best of
my knowledge and belief.
W- ROSEBURG. Cashier.
Sworn to and subscribed, this 1st day of Jan
uary, 1890, before me.
GEORGE L WHITNEY.
jal-fel-mal-18 Notary Public
FTHE COURT OF COMMON PLEA8N0.
I of Allegheny connty, No. 83 March term.
1890, Notice is hereby given that an applica
tion will be made to said court on the Utb day
of Jauuarv, 1890, at 10 o'clock A. H. under tbe
general corporation act of Apiil 29. 1874, and
tbe supplements thereto, for the charter of an
intended corporation to be called the "Linden
Club of Pittsburg," tbe character and object of
which is the maintenance of a club for social
enjovment. Ft K. McCANCE. Solicitor.
IN THE COURT OF QUARTER SES
SIONS of Allegheny County, Pennsylva
nia In re application for transferor license
No. 1282, March Bess., 1S89. Ernst Hauch to
Georce P. Hauch and Otto P. Hauch- Notice
is hereby given that on the 11th day of Janu
ary, 1890, at 10 o'clock A. M., the application for
the transfer of tbe above license No. 1282 to
George P. Hauch and Otto P. Hauch will be
heard by tbe said Court, at which time persons
opposing said transfer, as well as parties above
named, will appear. D. K. McGUNNEGLE,
MERCANTILE LIBRARY HAT J, CO.
Tbe annual meeting of tbe stockhold
ers of this company will be held in tbe ladles'
reading room of the library, on SATURDAY,
January 4, 1890, at 3 P. jr. A full attendance is
urged, as in addition to the annual election,
the future policy ot tne company must be de
termined. WM. R. THOMPSON, Secretary.
ELECTION THE ANNUAL MEETING
of tbe stockholders of tbe Northslde
Bridge Co. for tbe election of a Board of Di
rectors will be held at tbe office of Wm. B.
Rodtrers, Esq., No. 98 Diamond st, on TUES
DAY, January 7. 1890,at the hour of 3.30 o'clock
p. if. Transfer books closed from January 1 to
January 9. JAS. H. LINDSAY, President.
The Aksenai. Bake of PmsBiTEO, (
December 2& 1889.
ELECTION THE ANNUAL ELECTION
of twelve directors for this bank to serve
for the ensuing year will be held at tbe bank
ing house, corner Butler and Forty-third
streets, on WEDNESDAY, January 8, 1890, be
tween the hours of 11 A. M. and 1 P. Jr.
de27-97-D W. a WILLIAMa Cashier.
AiMOHEKY Nation alBank. i
PlTTSBUEG. Pa.. December 13, 1889. J
ELECTION THE ELECTION FOR DI
RECTORS of this bank for the ensuing
year will be held at the banking bouse. No. 45
Fifth avenue, on TUESDAY, January 14, 1890,
between tbe hours of 11 A. M . and 12 yu
del4-32-D F. C. HUTCHINSON, Cashier.
First National Baitk, Pittsbitbg, Pa. I
Pittsburg. December. 14, 1889.
ELECTION THE ANNUAL ELECTION
of nine directors for this bank, to serve
tor the ensuing year, will be held at the Banking
Houe, corner Wood st, and Fifth avenne,
TUESDAY, January 14, 1890, between tbe
hours nt 11 a. If. and 1 o'clock p. M.
del4-3I-D . J. D. SCULLY.
Office of the Columbia Oil Co., )
No. 514 Market st.,
PrrTSBTjBQ, December 27, 1889.
mHE ANNUAL MEETING OF i THE
X stockholders of tbe Columbia Oil Co. will
be held on THURSDAY, January 9. 1889, at U
o'clock A. If- for tbe election of directors and
for the transaction of such business as may be
presented. A. P. McGREW, Secretary.
PlTTSBUBG UNIOH PASSENGER RT CO.,1
PrrrSBUlto. December 30, 1889. J
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders -of the Pittsburg Union
Passenger Railway Company, and the
election for President and directors, to
serve for the ensning year, will be held
at tbe company's office, corner of Liberty and
Market streets, on MONDAY, JANUARY 18,
1890, between tbe hours of 3 and 4 o'clock P. x.
CHARLES SEIBERT. Secretary.
COUPONS OF THE FIRST MORTOAGE
bonds of the Northslde Bridge Company,
due JANUARY L 1S9Q, will be paid on and
after that dtte on presentation at the office of
Messrs. Robinson Bros,, No. 415 Wood street.
de31-50 K. L. ORR, Treasurer.
And all manner of Small Instruments
CKr Residences.' ' -
TO LCT-A LAKGE AND FIKST-CLASS
house, 10 rooms, well Improved, rent low, on
Boss near Third ave. See W. A. HERRON it
SONS, 80 Fourth ave deIl-48
TO LET BRICK D WELION G. WASHINGTON
utreet. A Her hen v: II rooms, modern im
provements. Inquire BOOM 20S, Blaaell Block.
TO LET-TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMB ON
second floor of new building, suitable for
married couple without family: separate entrance
from Drat floor: natural gas: exclusive nse of w. c.
Inquire between 9 and 4 or DR. LAKE, Fourth
street, between Penn and Liberty. Jil-28
Offices. Deslc Boom, dec
IO LET-LARGE OFFICE-INQUIRE BOOM
2UB, J315SC1I DIOCC OM--aHOa
TO LtTT-FOUBTH AVE. OFFICE-2 OFFICES
first floor, between Smithfield and Wood;
well lighted; also large front office. Inquire
MORRIS ft FLEMING. 110 Fourth ave.
TO LET-COO FEB YEAB-A. LAitGE, WELL
LIGHTED office with all modern conven
iences; newly painted and papered; has two large
closets for storage room. Inquire at GERMAN La,
SAVINGS BANK. 423 Woodst. nol3-S-D
L FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 8,
at 311 Market street,
Walnut, oak, cherry and mahogany chamber
suits, dressers, warrirobes, bedsteads, wash
stands, chiffoniers, bed lounges, cabinet book
cases, concbe'. desks, chairs, rockers,
china closets, sideboards, center and extension
tables, fancy rockers, handsome parlor fur
niture, brussels and Ingrain carpets, rags,
mirrors, curtains, pictures, ornaments, clocks,
chamber toilet ware, tea and dinner services,
di.-hes and tinware., laundry and kitchen 1 ur
nishments, office goods, etc etc
HENRY AUCTION CO, LTM,
pRAND CLOSING OUT,
Of the receiver's sale
FINE DRY GOODS.
At tbe rooms, No. 311 Market street Every
thing put up must positively go to the highest
bidder. Tho stock embraces the finest and
best and most unique goods ln the city, and
every one a bargain to tbe bidder, and could
not be duplicated for twice the money. Our
orders from receiver are to close out this week
Sale every morning, afternoon and evening
until all are gone.
HENRY AUCTION CO., LDL,
Y HENRY AUCTION CO.
Grand'closlng out sale ot
THURSDAY MORNING. JANUARY 2,
at 10 o'clock; at the rooms No. 311 Market St.
Orders of receiver are to sell everything If
possible, on this day.
Ladies wishing to buy cheap, can do so by at
tending this sale.
HENRY AUCTION CO.. Linu
City Savings Bank,
PrrrsBUBG, pa Dec 31. 1889. t
THE DIRECTORS OF THIS BANK.HAVE
declared a dividend of FOUR PER CENT,
payable forthwith out of. the earnings of the)
past six months and free of tax.
jal-oT-p JOHN "W, TAYLOR, Cashier.
Odd Fellows' Sav. Bank,!
PrrrsBTrBG, December 31, 1889. j
DIVIDEND-THE DIRECTORS OF THIS
hank have this day declared a dividend of
THREE (3) PER CENT on tbe capital stock
out of tbe earnings of the last six months, pay
able on demand, free of tax.
jal-23 F. E. MOORE, Cashier.
Dcqcesse National Bask; i
PrrrSBTJBG. Pa., December 31, 1889.
DIVIDEND THE DIRECTORS OF THIS
bank have this day declared a dividend of
(4) FOUR PER CENTUM on the capital stock
out of tbe earnings of tbe last six months, pay
able on demand, free of tax.
jal-21 A- H. PATTERSON. Cashier.
Masonic Bank. i
Pittsburg, Pa December 31. 1889.
THIRTY-FOURTH DIVIDEND THE
Board of Directors of this bank have this
day declared a dividend of THREE (3) PER
CENT on the capital stock out of tbe earnings
of tbe past six months, payable on demand.
jal-4-D W. R. CHRISTIAN, Cashier.
Fibst National Bank,I1ttsbuko, Pa-, i
FlTTSBtrBQ, December 3L 1S89. S
DrvrDEND-THE DIRECTORS OF THIS
bank have this day declared a quarterly
dividend of TWO PER CENT on the capital
stock, payable on demand, freo of tax.
jal-8 J. D. SCULLY, Cashier.
Freehold Bank. (
PlTTSBUBG. December 31, 1S89.
DIVIDEND THE DIRECTORS OF THIS
bank bave declared a dividend of THREE
(J) PER CENT out ot the earnings of the last
six months, payable forthwith.
jal-99 JOHN F. STEEL, Cashier.
Absesal Bank, i
December 31, 1889. f
DIVIDEND THE BOARD OF DIREC
TORS ot this bank has declared a divi
dend of FOUR (4) PER CENT out of tbe earn
ings of tbe last six months, payable forthwith.
jal-94 W. a WILLIAMS. Cashier.
SCOTCH MU8IO SCOTCH HUMOR.
The Waverly Society will give a grand char
acteristic National Scotch Concert in the old
Cltv Hall, Plttsbnrg, on January 3, at 8 P. st,
and bave employed the celebrated
QUEEN VICTORIA'S FAVORITE
SCOTCH SINGERS AND HUMORISTS.
Admission, 50c Reserved seats, JL Tickets
and programmes may be had from Mellor A
Hoene. 77 Fifth avenue.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
W. A. Bradv, Jr. in AFTER DARK.
Jan. 6-Bronson Howard's "SHENANDOAH."
GRAND OPERA HOUSIi
To-night, matinees New Year's Day and
A HOLE IN THE GROUND.
Next week Primrose & West's Minstrels.
HARRI8' TH EATER
Every Afternoon and Evening.
N. 8. WOOD
In bis latest success.
OUT IN THE STREETS.
Week January 6 REUBEN GLUE. de30
HARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
To-nitrht and Matinees
TUESDAY. THURSDAY AND SATURDAY,
HARRY KERNELL'S NEW COMPANY.
New Year's Day Holiday Matinee, Night
Habby Scott. Manager.
Genuine! Chantasiane Pantomime Co. In
theater; also many otber attractions. Admls
slon 10c de30-l
ROF. BROOKS' DANCING ACADEMY,
LiDexty avenue and Sixth street.
The second term for beginners will commence
for ladies and gentlemen THURSDAY, Janu
ary 2, at ffo'clock P. M- For misses and mas
ters SATURDAY. January 4, at 3 o'clock.
New dances taught will be the Military
Scbottiscbe Quadrille. Le Reve. Cadet Walts
and L'Eclair, the last named just received
from the author.
Bee circulars at music stores de29-70
Owners of Real Estate.
Wx Pay Special Attention to
Renting, Colltciion of Rents
AND MANAGEMENT OF PROPERTIES
ln both cities and suburbs. By onr efficient'
system we can accomplish results bard to be
gained by tbe efforts of individual owners.
W. A. HERRON 4 SONS,
80 Fourth avenne.
SUITABLE HOLIDAY GIFTS ALL.
kinds of birds and pet animals, parrots,
pigeons and poultry: gold fish and fixtures;
seed and gravel for birds: Cue dogs, birds antL
animals mounted to order at ESPICH'S BIRD
STORE, 640 Smithfield st near Seventh ave. -de4-26-wsu
I you married T IT not, tend your address to ;
I THE AMEMOAN CORRESPONDING
CLUB; Box 648, Clarksburg, w. Vs.