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THE' HTTSBUIIQ- ' 'DISPATCH; ' 'SATURDAY, ' JA-NTJART V"J28,'
Carried OH r. Farmer's Daughter.
George Ingham, of Springdale, yesterday
itered suit before Alderman Kerr, charg-tgThomas-Sibold
with a serious oflense,
loniois ihooting and aggravated assault
id batterv. Mr. Ingham stated that Si
Dldhad been working lor bim and bad
:en ordered to leave on account of bis
.tentions to his daughter. Sibold left on
tonday and took the girl with him. They
ere overtaken at the station but Sibold
nocked the rather down and upon being
Uowed shot at bim. The couple were
aoed to Bennetts. Sibold was seen in
a renceville yesterday, t here he is well
now n in police circles.
MARK TWAIN'S American Claimant In
BU DISPATCH to-morrow. Greatest
No safcr remed v can lie had for conghs and colds
anv trouble urine throat than "llrown's Uron
llal Troches." l'rice 23 cents. Sold only In boxes.
Sealskin Jackets and Capes.
A saving by buying now of ?25 to f30 on
Jos. rior.NE iM.S
lJenn Avenue Stores.
MEKT.INGS AXD NOTICES.
.-OTICK-TIIE MEMBERS OF ZENO LODGE.
'No. 74 I. O. O. F-. arc requested to meet at
letruall. Twenn-M'tenth and bars hsts.,S.S.. on
'Ml V, Januari 14. at 1 o'clock sharp to attend
..luniral ol our late brother, James McCracl.cn,
. G. All sister lodge are cordially Invited to
tend. Bv order t WILL T. Vt'AlTE. Noble
rand. J. E. AN DERbO.N. Secretary. JatJ-7
DfQVESVK KlIUItNG AND I.OAN ASSO'N
HE MXMHKRi OF THE AliOVE NAMED
association are requested to attend the meet
g at the hail of Peter Steuernagcl. corner 1.1b
ty and Chestnut sts . on MONDAY EVENING,
iriuarr 35, ll2, as there will be election of of--M
for the msnlngjear, and amendment to the
institution will lie voted on. New snares can be
kenatany mictlng without pa) ing had. and
lvone wanting to sign shares in Rood building
id loan association is invited to attend one of the
eetlngs. Bvordc-of the association.
laSS-43 FRANK FEUTItJ. Jr.. Secretary.
FiTT-nnu;. Pa.. Jan. 2f, 18t
YlSSOLl'TION-NOIlCE 1 HEREBY GIVEN
tlMit the partnership heretofore cxtstlug be
fl Wu. France and V. L.'France, under the
M name of A m. France .t Son, l dissolved hv
ataal consent. bating I rum January I, 1SI2. The
tiincss will hereafter lie conducted by A. L.
:anee unthr the mine firm name or title'of Wm.
-aaccA bon. at the old -tand. No. 34 Diamond
ttare. 2ilthurg. w Im -w ill asutie all liabilities
Kl Terfivi all db: dm to the old firm. WM.
RANCH, A. I- FRANCE. JaSM-D
The Citurmnc vat-inr Ga Company. )
ITrrsn no. I'A.. .tanuarvlG, 18W. (
ELECTION NOTICF-IIIE ANNUAL MEET
j IXGofthestncKholdtrsof this cempauj will
- hr4l at the oil.ci : the cmmiauy. Garrison
ftUiac corner Wao.1 t and Third hv., Pltts
trg. ""-. on Till Rbl VY. Jnnry 15. lftlZ. at 2
tl M., for the election of a board of direc
cs to serve for the nuing year, and for the
ausactlon of such other business as mavcome be
tv tat mectiLg. T. J. TENER. Sec.
S.WTK.T OF THE PlTTSlit HO IVMmAXCE CO., 1
4uG Wood street, corner Fourth avenue,
PlTTSBfl-.G. Jan. 22. 1SK. J
UEmns-Tiir.ANM'Ai. election for
directors ill 1m held at t he oface of the com
er, on TCEsDAY. Fehnnry 2, 1S32, lietneen
e tieu-s uf 11 a. M. aud 12 M.
t25--u IlILLIs AlcKOWN'. Secretary.
2SE Bev Franklin- iNSfnAvcr. Cojipant )
vrntLCinm alt.l:iie.w. Ta.. V
Ai lk.iii.vi. Jannarvll. 12.
1YIDEND-THE DIRKCTOKS OF Tills COM
J TANY have this da declared a dividend of
WZE t3) TER CENT, 1 i'J pe- share, pa vablc on
aand. M. A. FORD.
alSl-r . secretary.
MlM-1 SiTrt:L!t AND MrnciiAXTR' 1
lN"Sl riME Co.. Office 417 Wood street.
I'lTTM.rm., Vk , Januanr li. 102. )
vIVTDEND-TIIE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OP
' thiscompani hac tills dav declared a divi
ndotONE VND A HALF DOLLARS (fl S))
r share, paabl,. on demand.
38--p WM. T. ADAIR. Secretary.
TICE Or THLWEsTtNGltorsE ELECTRIC AND)
M NrFACTlTKING COVI'AVY.
Vol 120 r.roadmax. New York. Jan. 20. 1SQ2. J
IYIDEND THE BOARD OF DlHECTORsOF
thlscompans liae this dav declared an In
tai dlidend of ONE PER "CENT on the pre
ved stock of the eompanv or the fractional part
tifonarter ending Decinb"r3I, 1391. payable at
" office orttie compan on and alter Fehrnarv 1.
2. Tlie transier books ill be closed at 3 o'clock
si.. Jannarv2 aud reopened at lu o'clock a.m.,
hreary S. 1S82. I. A. TERRY.
OFFICE OF Tilt. CENTF.AL TRACTION" Co., )
PirrsnrKG. P.. Jan. 11, 1S32. j
-''TICK TO -Tl('KIIOLDERS-T!ie Board of
mentors ol tills company has this dav de-
raabioc ui...itia of l J-. I'fcK up, TUM.
- . . . - T . " " :.'. f
nrwiiv titrable ltv a credit to be Indorsed on the
"F" '". --'.i u: iijimi oiuvn ui mc
ttficiEd of (stock, tiroa which all assessments
? beeL iwJd. rn nrrvntatlon ol the fane at
"J3fp of tle compnvs tniisrcr apent the
in Translor Company, Fidelity bulldlnc.
urth av.. rittelmrc. la.. on and afUr YVAi-
KY 1. 1; Mork bonks will be cJoi-ed Irom
.uatt 2i to r ohrnarx 9. ljotU date Jncluslv. I".
STE1IE. Treasurer. ja2U-8l
ERMANIA SAVINGS BANK.
ntlHIereconstn.rtlo o nur ImiMInp, comer
(odHd Diamond stiffls, "wIi.pI. Tie expect to ot
Tvpt!nln MjitIi. isn, e are teinporarHv lo
ttdat No. 7 Sixth aennc, ronicrof Aooditfeet.
K-ptJsJtors ol ne Dollar and upward received
o interi'Sft paid tlipreon. commencing on the First
a FHleentt. of each Month, and parable tvcml
aoaKyon the Hr-tdnxsof Januarr and Julr. If
t drawn ihe interest fs added to the principal.
. K. yiTTM WV. erretar.
!. W. WILKKI!. Tn-snrer.
g&k v. (.mnae. Solicitor.
pea iliv tmiu 9 a. m. to 4 r. i:., and on Fstnr
v lTrom a. si. to . r. i. oa--rrs
JAS. G. MONTI.OMKUY. Attorney at Law,
fc3 1 Hammid t,U
STATE or ROWEKT aiU.LETt. DECEASED.
'Nflitlcel l.enby pxen that Utters ofadmin--atwm
n tin estate j Koert Miller havnbeen
tnted to In nd rfetned, to m hom all persons
tehtdloF.aid tMate art rcincM:ed to make lm
4Ute payment, and tlitve having cLims apainst
fiUBefiootiM maK ihcm known without delay.
JOHN U MILLER. Administrator.
t-as-s No. Zi2 lie a v.. mtsburtf, Ta.
8-j Diamond fet.
5TATFF .TACO!? RIIILLII'S, DECEASED
Adtiltii-tniirs. Notice: Notice i& htrrebr plven
. tt-lter f admit. Ittration on t!u f-tateofJacot)
iih, lecca'. i.ntof ll,cir of Tittahurp, In
e nen granted to ih niiil(r-iiriiej, to whom all
1? n.debleI io - Si i.fatf nr- reniested to
v Imwi-uiaH-piyin. . . r -.I t'x-lntnpcl.ilins
ntaasjr. acniii'-t ti c a: wit! maVe theni known
Soul dctav lo
J.D. IIEKND, AdniinUtrator.
-2i M5LIlH-n a., IMttbburK, Pa.
OT!L lb UKll eT;y. 1VEN THAT LETTERS
ttftiuentaii iithih the estate ofbamucl Ktnir.
eotth' c:ty f rittburj:, deceased, have been
nted the uud'ripned.
.li iTton-sindcMt-d to .aid estate will make
-oent thereof, and thoe havInprcHIms against
. eainc. ill lorthw ith pn sent them to
NANCY J TUCKER, Executrix.
50 Lincoln, a., or her attorney,
WILLIAM C. MORELAXD.
t. Nlchol-.law ImiMiue, Fourth and Grant st.
AXrAKti n lr. Ja-7-6
OTJCE I IIERKRY TilYEX THAT AX AP-
lLl(.ATTi:N m in be made to the Governor of
leeytvania on tin mth day of Fehruarj". Ifi '
Ulara Miiler, II. L. Uininpton, AYilliam A.N'im-
. Michael erhoher and William H. M.iller, under
actof Afiii.,i fntitled An acttoproIde
tb Ineorpor. tion and regulation of certain
porft.IJiin.y apmo.i April rs, IST4. and the
pemrnt4therT.,, Tor th' chart rofan Intended
porattou, to 1m fait, .1 -Tlie Sillier Wagon Man-
ctuiiwpvomii i the character and objectof
ch i tlieinrnu-. tnr and -?alcof coaches, car-
. aroi:-. f-ii, -k-lzhs and other ve-
-of Hkv kind, uith tin- right to hold and enlov
-i:t rights lie i .-an i.r the earning on of said
imss. M .orllieiMponoM'8, to hac, iKess
cnJoyiiHtlienclita, ln-tiUand privilege of
j act of AmchiUU and the .upi!tiiHnts thereto.
RH.HA1ID li. fccANDRETT,
)ST Lady s inickcthook containing small sum
orwoneyouiraukstimnor station its. Ie
to47Jl,irthae. sT Goll yjeglasos on AV-Insdv nicht. Jan.
V. in Eat Kud: a mitahic reward. Address
H. K., MM Firth .. Pittbburg, Pa.
ST-ProbaWj in Oakland, a gold and enamel
lasr"s jtin. .f "I' m eu diamonds, llanil-
ist, Xo. 1 Wllfeal., Yodrr building.
)sT A purbe containing mnncr In ijtIs miA
change anil postage Hanips In Marin .1 Co '
ert iJreet si.m-. or in iroing from there to Fifth
and Market t. Liberal nward if left at Ltls
(sT-Gjjc Scotch colley shepherd dog; marks.
black back and short tall, yellow legs, fno iA
snolsabetc theeje and white breast: co'llar
lieiiscoii: auj one returning same will oe naid
their trouble. 193 Main t.
T Last W-dn'l av. in lower part of the city
a poeketbook containing a snin of mones, a
k on the second National Bauk of Pitubtirir
a Januarys. for?l(C and a rraejard thket
.2 50. Kiuderwill be UlM.ially rewarded by
lag U'e sameat Dispatch ollief
51 MAY, SONS & CO.
FIXE DYEING A?!D CLEANING.
SC Sixth Aenue,
ihBJS-TuThs Pittsburg, Pa.
OSFDisptay advertisements one dollar- per
tjuare or one insertion. Classified real estate
advertisements on this page ten cents per line for
eac't insertion, and none taken for less than
UNTIL FURTUER NOTICE
ADVERTISEMENTS ON THIS PAGE
Classified under the following headings will be ac
cepted at the rate of
OXE CENT PER WOKD
FOE EACH INSERTION" when paid for in ad
vance either st main or branch offices.
Wanted -Advertisements of all Kinds,
T.I ALE HELP,
TO LET ROOMS.
MISCELLANEOC5 FOR SALES, LOST AND
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH.
Cor.Smithfieldaml Dimnond Streotv
BRANCH OFFICES AS FOLLOWS. WnERF.
WANT. FOR SALE. TO LET, ASD OTHER
TRANSIENT ADVERTISEMENTS WILL BE
RECEIVED Ur TO 9 P. M. FOR INSERTION.
Advertisements should bo prepaid unless adver
tisers alreadv have accounts with TnE DisrATCH.
FOR ALLEGHENY. NO. 107 FEDERAL ST..
FOR THE SOPTnSIDR. NO. Ht2 CARSON
STREET. TELEPHONE NO. 0022.
FOR THE EAST END. J. W. WALLACE, 613
THOMAS JIcCAFFREY. 3F09 Butler street.
E3IIL G. STUCKEY, 24tli street and Pcnn avenue.
T. II. EGGERS A SON. Ohio and Chestnut streets.
THOMAS McHLNRY. Western and Irwin avenues.
PERRY M. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny avs.
ADVEHTISIN.G SOLICITOR A thoroughly ex
periencclmxn: address, stating experience,
J. D. lk, Disptch office.
rOOKKEEPr.R A first-class bookkeeper: to ono
t1io can furnish undoubted reference a good
salarv will be paid. Address, -n Ith references and
salary expected. Bookkeeper, Box 1395, ritlsburg.
CAN VASSr.US salarv to good men.
Wilson Mfg. Co.. No. 0 sixth st.
""tARRIAOE and wagon pa'nter; none but steady
man need applv. A. Krut & son, 45 Four
teenth st . S. S.
CTOLOKEI) BOY One who can give good refcr
j ences: also chsmbernnld (wiiite.) Apply at
the residence of Mrs. Carnegie, J'cnn av. and
Dt:rCLERK :ermsn preferred; state salary.
C. P. Bnibeck, Rochester. Pa.
DRIVER Experienced laupdrv driver, immi'dl
ately. J. B. MiUikcn, Rose and Dinwiddle
AN With push wanted In each cllv and town
to Introduce our new paste stou- polish
among housekeepers: no labor, no brush, dust,
dirt or smell; pays S3 fO per day. Address, with
stamp. Champion Company, 44 North Fourth st,
M AN Good man thoroughly familiar with the
manufacture, sale and uses of mill greases.
Address, with reference and whtre last cmploj ed.
Reliance, Dispatch office.
PATTERNMAKER-Good patternmaker at once.
John White. ISO Grant avenue. Allegheny.
OALEMAN Having acquaintance with fonndry
O trade of Pittsburg and Iclnlty. to sell pig Iron;
state age, reference and terms expected. Address
Pjglron, Dispatch office.
SALESMAN WANTED Sslarv and expenses
from start: permanent business: good opening
for right party Bron Bros. Co., Nurserymen,
SALESMAN A reliable real estate salesman and
solicitor. W. E. Hamnett & Co.. Wilklus
SHOE SALESMEN Five experienced
Kauficanns'; best salaries paid.
STARCHER Experienced, immediately. Du
jucsne Laundry, Rose and Dinwiddle.
JT'EA SOLICITORS Good men to sell tea, coffee.
X spice and hakingpowdcr to families. Call or
addre-s Grand Union Tea Co., 307 Market st.
"vroiTNG MAN Competent young man as tvpe
I. writer, stenographer ana general assistant
In office; must lie a good writer and correct in fig
ures; state salary exptcled. Address C. Y.. Dis
A cents YTantea.
AGENTS On salary or commission tn handle
the new -patent chemical Ink erasing pencil;
tIL' II ill EL F4JU1UK HUIt,
the greatest selling novelty ever produced: erases
:nk thoronfhlr in two eeconds: no abrasion or
paper: tx 10 ew ier ce
naner- 100 to ioo iier centnrofit; one accnt's sales
amounted to JC3) In six days; another JSSlntwo
jionrs: we wani one energetic general agent lor
cachState indTerrltorv. Fortermsandfullpartlcn
lars, ad tin S3 The Monrut Eraser Mfg. Co., La
Crosse. Wis. (XlJ).
AGENTS To sell the Tlnhss Clothe Line: the
only line ever invented that holds the clothes
without pins; a perfect success; patent recently
issued; sold only by agents, to whom the exclu
sive right Is gien on receipt of 50 cents we
will send a sample line by mail; alo circulars;
price list and tenns to agents; f-ecurcvour territory
at otice. Address ThfPinlpssCloti.es Line Co.,
97 Herman st., Worcester, Mas.
AGENTS Blizzard horse ice'ereeper; sharpen
your horse at home: saves jnonev and wait
ing at the smith's: any one can put thcmonoroiT
or put In new calks; for single sets Fend shoe out
lines aud tp 00: 1 pay express: extra calks. 20 ents
persctoflS; worthmore tlian cost foreraergen
Ies: bis money for agents; circulars free. S. W.
Kent, Meriden, Conn., sole manufacturer.
4 GENTS Everlasting Mineral Wicks give a
-A lightequal to gas. require no trimming and
never burn out: thev don't make a black smoke to
dNcotor the chimney; four samples by mall. I.V;
sell at 10c each. Frank chwart7, Wisconsin,
write: I look 100 orders eterdav aTternoon:
thev sell at sight" K. A'W. O'Donnell, Z3
Chiistianst., Philadelphia. Pa.
4 GENTS nnd street men for She quiest selling
J. and sllrkst noclty tnck ver known; oucau
fonl them nlkhaie lots of fuu and makelHg muey;
wmpV, with terms to agents, bv mall, 15 cent-.
Wc&tcm Xo city Company, 358 Dearborn St., Chi
cago. AGENTS Wonderful advertising de ice; sells to
merchants, manufacturers and at ofilce:
splendid cmplovment; Inclose stamp. Arcn XV Vs
Co., Racine, V'l.
AGENTS Bonan7a for live men; send stamp to
Dr. Griffith, Third and Grant, Pittsburg,
becure territory Iiumediatelv.
in every town to sell teas, coffee and
salan or commission. Favorite. 1W
A GKNT S3io7dallv: experience
j. Putnam A Co., Perfumers, Wei
Frmale Help 'iViintoit.
OIAMtlERMAID and to help with th laundry
work at the J. M. Guskv Orphanage, Perrys
ville avenue. Allpghenv. Applv to the matron,
Mrs. Travers, on the premises; take Pcrrysvllle
electric cars. '
ClOOKSand girls for housework at Employment
Oflicc, 130 Robinson st.. Allegheny.
I71IteT-('LAS3 waist and skirt hands and an ap
. prentice: steady work for the s on: come
prepared to work. Louise Magulre. ;:o D nwlddle.
GIItL Competent girl for general housework by
J. L. Kocthen. Jr.. south lde Rebecca St..
third fiouse west from Pitt, Yllklnsburg. or 100
Diamond St.. Pittsburg.
GLKL Good cirl to do general housework; good
home and good ages. Apply to Dr. C. S.
fccott, 4 Penn av.
LADY A good salary guaranteed to anv ladv
who will do writing for mc at home. Address
in own handwriting, with addressed and stamped
envelope. Miss LdnaL. Smj-thc. !vuth Bend, lud.
Proprietor of the famous Gloria Water.
SEVING GIRL and girl for general housework.
Address AV. J. Thompson, :i Alpha Terrace,
Beatty St.. East End.
T'OUXG LaDV to take charge of stationerr
store; must write a good hand and come veil
recommended. Address A. 3, Dispatch ofiHe.
HOITSE GIKLS. cooks, maids, waitress.
6 Third St.. Allegheny ,
Male and Female Help Wanted.
CiHAMBERMAID? cooks, nurses, dining room
1 girls, house irirls, laundresses, German and
colored girls, cooks for restaurants and boarding
houses, chambermaids and dishwashers lor hotels,
middle-aged woman lor tmall familv, white and
colored waiters, farm hands, drivers. Mrs. E.
Thompson, 608 Grant st.
I?ARMEItMan and wife: nice place. Owner,
' Birx 7S, Pittsburg P. O.
HELP At once. 4ciperlcnceddlnIngroomglrls,
woman cook, soo per mouth: dishwashers,
cleaning girls, girl to work in bake shop, hotel
chainlK-riuaids. nurse girts, house girls, chamber
maids, cooks, colored waitress and cook. 31echau's
Agency, 54.5 Grant st. Tciepuonc. au.
HELP 1.OC0 coal miners; 200 railroad laborers;
200 hovsc irirls: male and female cooks;
drivers, bakcrsT butchers nnd clerks; no fee
charged to lemales. Keystone Agency. 610 Grant st,
LADIES ANDENTLEMEN who are out of
employment to fit themselves for filling a
clerical position by taking a course tn bookkeeping
or shorthand and tvpewritlng at the Actual Busi
ness College. Nos. S and 7 Sixth av. ; day and night;
VARIETY PERFORMERS, any Hue. wanted Im-
uicdlatelvto open Monday. Inquire for Dr.
Lawrence, American House.
OZ( COALMINERS, 500 laborers, 6 waiters. 10
JjOXJ female cooks, male cooks, dishwashers, 2
butchers, teamsters. Keystone Agency.
Ilookkeepius Accoctnts. tc Wanted.
A SMALL set of Imoks to keep partly at home
and partly at office in evenings by a person of
experlence; best references.
.. l,., xfispaicu oi-
AUDITING and accounting I attend to any
thing in Ihe line of intricate accounting,
auditing the books of corporations, manufactur
ers, merchants, boteu nnd others. A. F. fcawbill,
67 federals Ulejrueuv. Fa,
POSITION Young man (married), seven vears'
experience in contracting and tnlnlngln United
States and Mexico, desires position as salesman
with a reliable business house dealing In contrac
tors1 and mining supplies, powder, etc.: can con
trol some trade; best of references. Address P. O.
POSITION A gentleman aged 40. -with 25 years'
experience at books and thoroughly conversant
with otnee management and work in all Its details,
oilers his servlres as manager for a large business;
correspondence solicited. Address B. It., Dispatch
POSITION"! oung married man of good habits
wants office position; can invest 12. 000 in good
safe business: good accountant: ten years' experi
ence in office work; best of references. Address P.,
POSITION of anv kind hv an intelligent, able
bodied young man. Address Anderson, Dis
POSITION hv a voung ladv as a stenographer and
typewriter. "Address M. E., Dispatch office.
POSITION As driver: best reference. Address
Drit er. Dispatch office.
SITUATION Itv a married man. with thorough
. business knowledge acquired bv 20 years' ex
perience; willing tn travel or represent In any loca
tion. Answer L. F., Dispatch office.
SITUATION, by a young married man. as Book
keeper or clerk, or almost any indoor busi
ness; good eltv references given. Address G. C,
SITUATION Bv barber with one year's experi
ence to finish his trade with good barber.
Address Barber. Dispatch office.
bv an experienced drapery aud.
Address II. S Dispatch office.
Real Estate "Wanteil.
"YITANTED To purchase modern stone or brick
I honsc In Shadvslde or East End, from J30.000
to50,ro0: only parties having this classof prop
erty, and at a'bnrgain, need answer. Address B.
U.. Dispatch office.
"YT7" ANTED To buy farm of 20 to 50 acres near
It railroad to cltv: not too far away. Send full
particulars to Farm," Dispatch office.
TTT ANTED Room and board in the vicinity of
t Oakland or East Liberty:a house with gronnds
and a stable preferred, bv two young business men
permaneiitlv located in the city. Address B. T.,
TlOARDING Bv gentleman and wire lu private
family until Mav: Oakland preferred. Address
fc. E. E.. Dispatch office.
BOOKKEEPING, penmanship and shorlhand
successfully taught by mail; scholarship for
t- Cher course. Pittsburg "Correspondence Business
CUTTERS and tailors wanted The Cleveland
Cutting School, Cleveland, O.. has been a
phenomenal success and stands to-day without a
rival as an institution devoted exclusively to giv
iug Instruction in cutting gcutlcracn's garments;
PITIES A Spanish conversation class meeting
two evenings a weet will take in a few more
members, ladies or gentlemen: absolutely no home
study: course b 'gins firt part of February. Ad
dress, at once. P. o. Box 1 i, Allcglu ny. Pa.
IUPILS To cntir shorthand class, beginning
Monday evening. January 25; tuition payable
:noiuhI : for particulars ctll or address Private
Shorthand Institute. 415 S.nlthfield st.
TjUPILS To learn negative retouching or crayon
wort. Apply Jtoom oo, J ourm ay.
mc) er Block.
"ITTANTED-Oayandor Bellcfleld One or two
It living room3, furnished, witn or without
board; home comforts; one gentleman. Address
Doctor, Dispatch office, stating price and location.
r ANTED TWo connecting rooms, furnished,
M in a good location in the city, for gentleman
and wife: good reterence and permanent tenant, if
suited. Address Rooms Dispatch office.
YirANTED A small room, for studio, centrally
tl located. Address F. T.. Dispatch office.
PARTNER Good crayon csnvasser to go Into
partnership with a good artist. Address
Crayons, Dispatch office.
1)ARTNER-In an established real estate busi
ness. Address AV., Dispatch office.
1JARTNER In grocerv: must have f500 and be
willing to hustle. Tom, Dispatch offlre.
liofilness Opportunities "Wanted.
"ITrAXTED A man of some business experience
that is actually set-king a business invest
ment; one that can command about ?20,00i) and is
willing to assist in the management of the busi
ness, an Inducement will be offered for the pur
chase of an Interest in one of the best manufactur
ing concern In the United States; ha? no competi
tion whaterer; sales of product practically unlim
ited; both domestic and foreign; profits arc abun
dantly satisfactory; the works have now a business
capacity upward of f I, C00, 000 annually; the above
capital Is not required in one payment if the pur
chaser Is touud to be f.atisfaciory: our request is
that parties seeking information will call in person,
as we desire to dealwUh gentleman of honor and
good business standing. For full particulars call
on b. L. McCotloch, 190 Robinson st., Allegheny,
TfANTED-A firm established In" this city for
IT several years desires an enterprising man,
about 30 years "of oge, to represent them in Orov,
X. Y., and Lansing, Mich., for 12 months, or per
manently; to the right man these Is a profltotat
least $330 per month; a small capital of $300 to $4X)
required; business will prove satisfactory and will
bear closest Investigation: only those who can com
mand the required amount of capital and are will
ing to work need apply: we want one man tor same
business tnXcsinille, Tenn. Call orad-'n, giv
ing age and occupation, Rooms 4-5, 45aud i7 Ebncr
7 ANTED To bur good paper route. Address
X., DUpatch office.
Fire Insurance Wanted.
BKVSWAXGER & ZAWS Fire insurance.
T. .SCHAFFNER. real estate agent. Insur
ance placed at Ion est rates; 72 Washington
MONOXi.Alir.I.A INSUP.ANCE CO.-John H.
Claney, tee'r., V. A. Caldwell Pres't: 93
Permanent Guests "Wanted.
EAST EXD IIOTKL Fenn av.. -t End near
Denulstcn av.. under new management and
thoroughly renovaled: on line of electric cars; five
minutes' walk from both cable roids aud Fast
Liberty station: this hotel, wfth its spacious of
flcP. parlor? and rooms, large porches and Jaatl
fullHWU. offers fpeeial inducements in rates, to
single gentlemen who desire a home other than a
boarding house; transient guests also solicited.
A. IL ilson. Proprietor.
BOND'. tocVs. mortgages and other securities,
TA Wittlsh. -110 Giant St.. Pittsburg.
BY A. J. Pentecost, 413 Grants!., $10,000 to 15,
0"O In mortgage to ezchango forclty property;
rmali farms near the city to exchange for city
MONEY to loan at lowest market rates on bond
and mortgage; no delay. Eecd B. Coyle &
Co., cor. Fourth av. and Grant st.
MONEY to loan on mortgage: no delav; lowest
interest. Howard Brown, 151 Fourth av.
MONEY to loan on mortgages: lowen Interest,
no delay. Black & Bairn, 9 Fourth av.
TSrORTGAGES Money to loan tn sums to snitat
J.U. t'4. 5 and 6 per cent. Robert G. Bailey, 153
MORTGAGES on city or AUcghenv county prop
erty at lowest rates. , Henry A. Weaver &
Co., 92 Fourth av.
TO LOAX J20J.OOO on mortgages: 5100 and up
ward ateper cent: J500.C00 at 4)6 perconton
residences or busluess propertv. vacant lots or
farms. . H. French. 12S Fonrtfi av.
PAINTING and plateglass glaring. R, C. Miller,
526 G rant St., Pittsburg.
1 PATENTS U. S. and foreign: fees pavable on
success. J. II. Stevenson, solicitor, lea Fifth av.
?ATKXT O. D. Levis (20 years). Solicitor. 131
Fifth av., nextLeader, Pittsburg: no delay.
SHIRTS repaired; new bands put on. Dill, shirt
maker, 627Smltlifieid st.
THOE affected with catarrh to buy sure cure
catarrh receipt and he your own doctor; it
cured others, it will cure you. Address theS. C C.
Co.. 208 Market St.
rpRUXIO imuico to and from East End for 6ne.
. uampoeu jc uavis, Ji seventh av. Tciecuone
rpEAM-To haul dirt.
Apply at Union Storage
-J- Boiler House, foot of First av,
"1X7 ANTED Evervhodv to know that Pickering.
It the honse furnisher, will sell 910 worth of
goods on credit for l down and 50c a week. Pick
ering, corner Tenth and Penn av.
WANTED-Stocfcs or merchandise, for which
we will pay cash 40 to CO per cent on the dol
lat. Address Lock Boxl5L Geneva. O.
WANTED You to order your rubber stamps,
6tcel stamp, stencils, seal presses-, etc., at
SheaferiCo.'s. 49 Fifth av.
FOK SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
PIANO A great bargain An upright grand
piano, nearly new; can be bought at a great
sacrifice Pi price: a number of professional music
ians who hate tried the instrument pronounce it
one of the finest they have ever performed upon.
Address at once A.. Dispatch office.
PIANO Magnificent upright piano; Mg bargain;
guarantee given; reliable make. 26 Federal
liurses. Vehicles. Live stork For Sale.
"TYELlVERT wagons Deliverv agons all stvles;
XJ our own make. TTjn. Beckcrt, M0 to Hi Ohio
St., Allegheny. Telephone, S120.
HORE 10 years old; weight LOCO: without a
blemish; will sell for S. Address H. R.,
TEAM Pair young, well-bred driving team. Por
particulars address Hors;, Dispatch ofilce.
WAGONS Two coach top spring wagons, one
open spring wagon, three horses, three sets
single and one set double harness. Call at 504
I OK SAXE MISCELL.VNEOUS.
Machinery and Metals For Sale.
E OILERS and engines, second-hand: all sires,
from 4 to too h. ji. : cheapest in the market: 40
boilers and engines In stock, stationary and porta
ble, upright boilers, mounted farm engine, etc.;
steam pumps, governor, pulleys and shafting.
Telephone .M01, "1-23 Park way, J. S. Young,
STEAM: PUMPS, new and second-hand boilers,
engines, injectors, electors, Sonth Ilend wood
fiullevs. iron hubs, shafting and hangers, maehln
sls' brass founders and lrou-plpe fitters. 6S Water
Coal Tor Sale.
GOAL Best Yonghloghenv gas coal, anthracite
coal and Conncllsvilie crushed coke: weight
positively guaranteed. Iron Cltv Coal Co., Ltd..
float below sixth st. bridge, Pittsburg side. Pnone
Miscellaneous for Sale.
IEASF.IlOLDofoncof the best business stands
J in the city; three-story brick. CO ft, front bv
40 ft. deep, on lot GO It. by 100 ft., at present, as for
the past lo years, occupied by manufacturing es
tablishment which needs more room. Address O.
P.. Dispatch office.
POOL TABLES-Flne new Brunswick and Bslkc
pool and billiard tables: also, room 20xSO and
shooting gallerv and room 8x50. Apply or address
W. M. slblcy, Duqucsne, Pa.
Tl ED BRICK In large or small quantities. AVitt
L mer Brick Co.. Dm., 12 Federal si, AIlc-
TSnsliiess Opportunities For Sale.
BARBER SHOP-Fintly furnished shop and
duelling house of 5 rooms: cheap ground
lease: pood trade: situated in good manufacturing
and oil town, also county seat: owner gniugoutof
business. Address Barber, Dispatch office.
CHKAP A good pa Ing millinery business on
J Pcnn a v., near Sixth st Address Box B. O.,
FOR SALE Corner grocery East End: doing nice
business; lease JtCO per 3 ear: exed'ent open
ing for live man. Kelly Rogers, C21G Pcnn av.
DRUGSTORE First-class stand doing a good
business: reason for selliug. proprietor in had
health. Address Drug. Dispatch office.
DRUG STORE-Good location: invoices tl.TM:
verv cheap. S. Dawes, administrator. Ad
dress II. L. King. 437 Uraut st.
DRYGOODS and notion store Only J2.C00 re
quired: brick building. 7 rooms and store
room, in upper part of Allegheny, for sale or ex
change. Address Business, Dispatch office.
IOR SALE-Exccllent ilrngstore; elty. 12.000."
. Address Drugs, 5 Thompson place. East Liver
pool. (GROCERY STORE Old established; goodloca
X tlon; stock is clean and salable; everything In
first-class order: will be sold at albargalnjf sold by
February 1: good reasons for selling. Address G.
S., Dispatch ofilce.
LIVERY BUSINESS With seven years' lease, at
a big sacrifice; making mouev; tin-roofing
business, grocery stores. ?3C0 t C&000. country
stores, shoe stores, cigar stores: fine bakery at a
bargain, li0. Ferrivat & Gaston. 439 Grant St.
"VTEWSPAPER ROUTE-Long established news
1 1 paper route and newsdealer business, in town
70 miles from Pittsburg; business will net 20 per
week above expense; se-t of reasons tor selling.
Address E. E. v.. Dispatch office.
ONE-FOURTH Interest ill a good manufacturing
business: clothing and genu' furnishing store;
line restaurant: grocery stores. $200 to Jlo.OOO; cigar
store; bakpry; milk depot: fish and oyster market;
butcher shop": Jewelry store, at a baigaiu. Holmes
& Co., 420Sinlthficld st.
Q AXI03 ft. with buildings on Pennslyania av.,
Ovy Allegheny, between railroad and Fremont
St.; same property now occupied bv Crnicksliauk
Bros, as fruit-butter and preserve factory; a bar
gain; easy terms. Geo. Johnston, Agent, 62 Fourth
Business Pronorties For Sale.
HOTEL Wish to sell cheap or exchange for
other property, furnished hotel with license;
good reasons given. Address Geo. Irons, Knapp's
Creek, Catt. Co.. . Y. JJJHS
rpHE extensive Crescent Foundry plant on South
J. av.. fronting on railroad and river and near
the Union bridge, Allegheny: two large buildings,
each COxloO leet, with engine and boiler, cranes,
cunoias, patterns and complete equipment for ear
ning on an extensive foundry business: all to be
sold at public sale as an entirety on Thursdayaftcr
noon. January 23, at2o,clocc, on the premises.
Fuller particulars from Jas. AV. Drape & Co.,
Agents and Auctioneers. 313 Wood St., Pittsburg.
FOli SALE IMPROVED REAL .ESTATE
ClUATII AM ST., near Wylie av. ; n e three-storv
brick; ISrooms; all conveniences; can be read
ily changed into an apartment house at small cot;
Iot20x9fi to ,asphattum paved alley; room to build
another hoiuc on alley; fine investment; a most
dtlrabledowntowu property; win be sold cheap.
Baxter, Thompson & Co., 1G2 Fourth av.
DEVILLIERS ST., near Wylie ay.. Eleventh
ward New 2-storv brick, dwelling of fi rooms
and hall: rented for ?T0 per month.
jiacK jc ja.. yj t ounu av.
SECOND AVE.. Hazelwood-Two elegant frame
dwellings, each 7 rooms, hall and vestibule,
bath, both gases, hot and cold water. Inside shut
ters, marble mantels, good cellar; lot 93x115 feet;
rent, $720; onlr?s,000; will pav 8 per cent net; a
bargain. RccdiL Coyle X' Co., Fourth ay, and
Grant st. i ... .
(TC 000 Junllla street (Elba square) lelve
DJi minutes' ride from postoffice on WUe
aenue cable line: new brick dwelling of 8 rooms,
bathroom, h. andc, water, both gases. Inside w.
c: grained and paltered throughout; ttrcrt pavol
with nre bncK; liagttor.e walks; large lot; this
dwelling has all the l.itet Improvements aud con
veniences, and Is a great bargalu; easy terras.
Win. Petty & Co., 107 Fourth av.
QQ 100 No. 270 Main st., Seventeenth ward,
Wt lot2SMx!I0x37 feet, with an elegant brick
dwelling of hall, -vestibule, ten rooms, attic and
bath; all modern conveniences: terms to suit;
owner going South is the reason for si-lllng. beo
Thos. McCatfrey, 3509 Butler st.
East End Residences For S.ile.
370R SALE Very cheap, $l,3f0: fl.OOO down,
remainder on easy paj meuts, a modern house,
fine appearance, H roo'ms, late fixtures, lot 35 feet
fronton a good resldeucc street, E. E. (63.) V. A.
Herron A Sons. 80 Fourth a c.
T?OB SALE-Onl- J3.6O0: ,
' rooms, lot 43x103 feet.
ei reat, new house, 8
OMIara. two snuares
from Fifth av. (37). AY. A. Herron & Sons, 80
I70RSALE North Itllinil av. corner Bryant
: St.. lot HO feet front. HI) W. A. Herron .t
Sons, SOFourfh av.
IARGE brick house, in the center of improve
i ments in the East End: lot ZiOxSOO feet, cov
ered bv large shade trees: suitable location for
family hotel. For particulars see Murry & Edsall,
UI Fourth av.
J EAR Penn av. and Rebecca St.. new two-storv
J.s frame bouse of five rooms, hall, dry cellar:
property is high and drytonly J2.400: now rented
at T18 per month. Dennlston, Elderkin 4 Co.,
LIm., 6233 Penn ay., E. E. Tel. 5327.
OAKLAND residence Onlv7.5C0; frame hon'e;
6 rooms and finished attic; well finished
throughout: Iot75x200 feet. Particulars of Murry
& Edsall, Fidelltv building.
PENN AVENUE. East End, honse and lot on
line of cable cars; an excellent brick house of 8
nice rooms, bath, sag and water, dry collar, wide
vestibule and hallway, wide covered porrh overtlie
entire front, all In prime order: good lot, alley in
the rear, side entrance, small plot in front bet een
sidewalk and porch : this property can 1m? bought on
accommodating terms, and as the owner has moved
East it must be sold. Jas. Y. Drape i, Co., 313
Wood St., PftUburg.
SEVEN-ROOM frame house, with bath, hot and
cold water, stationary washstand, both gases,
excellent drr cellar: sewered, all conveniences;
central location, within a few minutes of cable,
electric and P. R. R.; lot 35x120. and only 5,000:
one of the cheapest properties in the East End.
S. A. Dickie & Co., Penn and Shady avs.. East
SHADYSIDE Modern residence, new last April.
ten rooms, with every convenience and latest
features; lot 50x200: location choice; one square
from Duquesnc traction: this is worthy your a&
teution. Henry A. Breed, 516 Market st.
SOUTH HIGHLAND AV. Choice residence, in
perfect ordej. and equipment, ten rooms; lot
4x134; possession in 30 days or less, Henry A.
Breed, 516 Market St.
00OHandsome six-room frame house with
4 three finished attic rooms, with 10147x1m
in gooa central location near 1'. It. JI. and con
venient to cable and electric lines: has both gases,
hot and cold water, bath, laundry: hardwood cab
inet mantels; papered throughout; a complete nnd
modern house. S. A. Dickie & Co., Penn and
Shady ars., East End.
tJK 600 for a new six-room and 3 finished attic
WO) rooms frame house on corner lot in fine
neighborhood; high grounds and splendid sur
rouudings; an attractive and complete houe; has
every modern convenience; is papered throughout:
ureei sewcreu; a cneap properly, a. A. JlcklcK
Co., Penn and bliady aves, L. E.
C1 000 Elegant residence on beautiful ave
OXU5 nuc, Shadyslde:4 rooms, reception hall
and pantries on first floor; 5 rooms and bath on sec
ond: large billiard hall and 2 sert ants' rooms on
third: lot 60x130: location and surroundings unsur
passed. Kellr i, Rogers, 6210 Penn av.
fficrjfl CAfH and?100 a year will buy a new
WUU two-story iramc or se en rooms, slate
mantels, bath, h. aud c. water, w. c. wired fcr
electric light, cemented cellar:, one square from
electric cars. Sec Baxter, Thompson A Co., VB
ffi1 O 500-Pressedbrirk,ononeofthebestpaved
miXJj streets in East End: II rooms, reception
hall; all modern: was not built to sell; close to all
means or travel: lot 44x100. Kelly & Rogers. 6216
Penn av., E. E.
KOO Elvslan St.. two-storv framn nr tiro
Zi rooms, cemented cellar: larire lot. awim
feet to alley. .Dennlston, Elderkin & Co., Lira..
62J2 Penn av., E. E. Tel. 8327.
.Allegheny IleMaences For Sale.
ALLEGHENY BESIDENCE-Corner property,
nearly new. pressed brick, hard wood, elegant
mantels and trimmings; complete conveniences
aud details; one square removed from new electric
line: location prominent and choice. Henry A.
Breed, 516 Market st. '
ALLEGHENYRESIDENCE-Ata reduced fig.
ure. to close up the affairs of an old Co.; good
brick residence of 10 rooms, with bath, w. c, laun
dry, etc. etc.: all lu prime condition, and line lot,
20x160 feet to an alley. Jas. VT. Drape Co., 313
Wood st.. Pittsburg,
ARCH ST.. between Ohio and Montgomery av
Second ward. Allegheny: brick house of eight
rooms, hall, vestibule and all conveniences; price
low: terms easy: bargain. A. Z. B) era & Co., 83
Federal tt., Allegheny,
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE
Allegheny Residencss For Sale.
I TOR SALE New. No. 30 Taegart St.. Second
: ward, Allegheny, that excellent brick dwell
ing, almost on line of electric cars; eight rooms,
with bath. w. e. ; vestibule: hall and cellar! everv
thing In prime order: will he sold at public sale
on Wednesday afternoon. January 27. at 2 o'clock,
on the premises: title perfect: Immediate pos
session; keys at office of Jas.W.Drape & Co., agents
and anctloneers. 313 Wood st., Pltlpburg.
FOR SALE-Send for new printet list of Alle
gheny real cstjte. JohnK. EwlngJtCo.. 107
HOUSE-! r will exchange fdr building lots:
frame houst-.c rooms and hall; within half a
square of the Allegheny Market Housp; price,
JI.OOO; possession at once, John IC Ewlng & Co.,
107 Feoeral st.
TTIRKPATRICK AV.. brick rrsldenec of nine
JV rooms and bathrcom. slate roof, marnle man
tels, hardwood finish, gases, sewered, jange, hot
and cold water, with lot 20V1CO ton 25-root alley;
this property Is offered below its value, as owner
Is leaving cltv: price f5."l: terms to suit. A. Z.
Byers & Co., 03 Federal st.. Allegheny.
TrEBSTKR ST. Near North av.. Allegheny. 2
1 1 story brick dwelling: will be sold cheap to a
quick bujer. Samuel W. Bljck Co., 90 Fourth
000-Cedar ay.. Fourth ward. Allegheny.
facing parks: brick res dencenronerty. 11
rooms, hall, vestibnle. bath, slate mantels, laun
drv. slate roor, with all modern conveniences: lot
22x1)2 feet: terms, one-third cash, balance on long
time. A. Z. Byers Co., 93 Federal St., Alle
gheny. ffi! 40O Small payment down, balance in
u5Xj monthly installments same as rent: new
Irame house of fire rooms: lot 25x100 feet: Tenth
want. Allegheny City, near electric ears: good
neighborhood: nice location. John E. McCrickart.
110 Fifth av. TcLlli7tf.
Snlmrlian Residences For Sale.
BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE Situated one mile
from Salem P. O., on Franklin road, seven
room frame house, front and rear porch, large cel
lar, hue barn, an abundance of fruit erf all kinds:
six acres of land: three wells on property: in every
respect a. delightful home, and a positive bargain.
Call or address M. L. Bates, No, 17 Broadway,
nOUSE Of 4 rooms, halls, large cellar, spring
waterand cistern; R. R. fare. 5 cents: easy
payments, also 6-room honse, $100 down, 12pcr
mouth, new, and new 5-room house to rent; nice
lots from $00 to ?250. J. B. Zimmerman . HI Fourth
SHADYSIDE Fine residence property: conveni
ent to P. R. R.. cable and electric lines: price
$I5,0Q0. See Slurry and Edsall, 121 Fourth avenue.
T7"ILKINSBURG-7-room frame dwelling, large
reception hall, finished attic, bathroom com
plete, natural gas, electric wire, perfectly sew
ered; price $3,903 for a short time: this Is a grand
bargain. W. E. Hamnett & Co.. Wllkinsbnrg. Pa.
-"ORNERAVylleav. and Francis st.. 103x100 feet
w to alley: this plot fronts on AVvlle av. : easy
terms and low figures. Geo. Johnston, Agent, C2
I 7011 SALE-S1.G10-I.ot2. ft. front Erin St., which
' is paved, by 115 feet to Trent St.. near AVylie
av.. Eleventh ward. tl22.) AAr. A. Herron r Sons,
80 Fourth av.
OX Wylie av., comer Francis st,. 222x100 feet:
can be bought 25 per cent less than tl.e assessed
value; easy terms. Geo. Johnston, Agent, 62
1 HAX10O feet, with brick bouse of S rooms and
JLVU finished mansard; will hell at a sacrifice
and easy terms: this Ir a aeclded bargain; Immedi
ate possession if so desired. Geo. Johnston, Agent,
62 Fourth av.
East End Lots For Sale.
AT a bargain. 4 lots, 20x100 feet each to a 20-foot
alley, mi Channccv-st.. near Bedford ay.,
will be sold below cot, on account of owner mov
ing from city. George Johnston, Agent, GZ Fourth
T?OR SALE On Forbes st., near Craig st., Fonr
: teenlli ward, adloluing the main entrance to
FchPnleyFark, lot 2) ft. front, less than $100 a front
foot: a bargain. (123) AV. A. Herron & Sons, St)
LOT 50x110 on bne of the best paved avenues in
thf East End, near Penn ay., at ?20 per foot Ie
low anj thing ee on the avenue; a bargain. Kelly
& Rogers, 0210 Pcnn a v., E. E.
ONLY a few lots leit on Rebecca and Rocetta;
also a few near Xegley ay. and BlacK st.. Nine
teenth ward; will he sold at a bargain If sold before
February 22. Kelly & Rogers, 6218 Penn av.
TWO lovely building lots on Channcey st,, near
Wylie av.: a bargain. George Johnston,
Agent, 62 Fourth ay.
i3T 350 A good bakery and confectionery: one
O-L? soda Jotmtaln, counter and show cases.
boiler and engine, ice cream machinery: good
trade; established 12 years: good reasons for cell
ing: pnrchtfiercan secure lease for five rears on
building. Waldrnn & McDowell, 271 Reiver ay,
and 53 Ohio St., Allegheny.
QQnn Shadyslde Lot on sewered street;
3t)JJ foursquares from station; twosquares
Irom two electric ilns: settled neighborhood of
better class; easy terms. Burtt & Sweeny, 110
Allegheny Lots For Bale.
SIX lots on Fremont st., Allegheny, between
Pennsylvania av. and Jackson st.: each IntZlx
100 feet to allcv; if sold at'onceaiMrgaln and easy
terms. Geo. Johnston, Agent, G2 Fourth av.
f A"X103 feet on Jackson St.. rear ofCrnlckshank
JJ Bros.' preserveand pickle factory, between
Fremont st. and railrosd : a bargain and 'easy terms
to a quick purchaser. Geo. Johnston, Agent, 02
Suburban Lots For Sale. .
T ARGE LOTS for business and dwellings in the
ij new manuiacturiug town ot Avonmore, on
"West Penn Railroad; a rapidly growing town and
a good place to make a profitable Investment. Jas.
W. Drape Co., 313 Wood St., Pittsburg.
QUBURBAN LOTS at Chartlers-Flne building
O lots 300 to WOO. according to size and location,
within sight of the Court House: Chartlers fsthe
most accessible of anv suburb of i'lttsburg, being
reached by the P. & L. E. IL in 12 minutes, by
Chartlers packets In 25 minutes and by electric
cars, which are to take the plate of the present
horse car line next spring, in 25 minutes; these lots
fronton line of eiectrio road. For further particu
lars, T, II. Dickson, SIS Fourth av.. Room a).
-Three (3) choice lots near Air
: must be sold at ouee. Mnrrv
lt Brake works; must be sold at once.
..X f.ubau, xiuciuy uutiuiug.
Farms For Sale.
"T?ARM of 210 acres: isafine manufacturing site:
J? situate on both river and railroad, wltnln 50
miles of Pittsburg: underlaid with the Freeport
vein of coal: must be sold before February 1. 1SH.
For particulars address John L. Gans, Connells
Miscellaneous Lots For Sale.
POR SALE Commence the new year right. The
Muskegon Improvement Company is organized
under the laws of Michigan for the purpose of
raising funds to Induce manufacturers to locate in
their city. The eompanv purchased a tract of land,
subdivided it into lots and sold to citizens of Mus
kegon in one day 2,800 lots at a unlronn price of
( 130 per lot. Some or these lots have been resold
lor ?l, 500. and many of them for from 8S00 to ff. (100
each. Five hundred houses and 12 Immense fac
tories is the result of the sale, the profits being
used to erect the factory buildings which were pre
sented free to the present owners. The same com
pany now offer 1.800 lots at a uniform price of fl6"i
each. Terms only ?5 cash and 82 a week or f3 a
mouth. The lots in the second sale are more worth
$3C0 than those In the first sale were worth J130 on
aceountof said Improvements. Ihe compiny issue
a bond backed by a million dollars to duplicate in
1802 what was done in 1891, Send your name and
postoffice address and we will cheerfully mall you
tree plats, maps, a beautiful bird's eye view of a.
city of 30,000 and such information as everv Intelli
gent person will appreciate. If you do not become
u purchaser von will find this information valuable
and instructive. This is the one chance of yonr
life. It doesn't cost anvthing to investigate. Write
to Chas. M. Steele & Sons, Sole Agents, Muskegon,
AKNTJAL STATEMENT FOK TnE
year, ending December 31, 1891, of the
condition and affairs of the Gorman Ameri
can Insurance Cotnpanv of Pennsylvania.
Organized March 11, 1873.
Capital actually paid up in cash.. $100,000 00
Loans on bonds and mortgages. ..$ 161,610 00
Interest duo and accrued thereon
Bank stocks and bonds
Interest not included in market
Agents' net balances due tho com
pany Cash in bank
Premiums in course of collec
tion not over three months
1 19G,828 02
Unpaid losses due, and to becomo
duo 11,319 00
Re-insurance reservo 38u'5 29
Capital stock paid np 100,000 00
Surplus beyond capital and nil
other liabilities 49,423 73
INCOME DURING THE YEAR.
Premiums $02,577 29
Deduct return premiums
and re-insurances... 8,163 55 $ 51,413 74
Interest 10,293 96
From otbor sources 285 00
$ 61,991 70
Losses paid, including $8,290 of
IKK) $ 39,502 72
Commissions , , 7,963 63
Salaries, t taxes and other ex
penses 9,777 66
$ 57,301 03
Cash dividends paid during the
year 8.C00 00
Dividends paid since organization 108,000 00
Premiums received since organi
zation ... ,. 737,701 24
Losses paid since organization.. 383,127 32
Risks In force at the end of the
year $5,748,218 CO
TV. J. PATTERSON,
rno LET Large houses down town.
Gran' near Sixth av., 11 rooms; modern fixtures,
$55 per month.
Fourth av.. opposite the rostofllce, 13 rooms, be
sides 2 large offices un the first floor, with stable in
No. Ml Third av., 9ro"rn s, late fixtures. In first
class order, jro per month.
No. 174 Second a v.. near G rant St., 9 rooms, mod
ern fixtures, Sirt 57 per month.
Kend for list. AV. A. Herron & Sons, No. 80
rito LET JI7ner mouth: a very neat house, six
L rooms, Bedford av.: location central: near
cable line; possession at once If desired: send for
list free. W. A. Herron i- Sons, 80 Fourth ay
ITH) LET 85 and 87 Third av.. two houses of sir
rooms caeli for boardlnr house.
A. Lcggate Ji
Son, 108 Fourth av.
East End Residences To Let.
rpo LET North Oakland Squire-Overlooking.
A and but a few hundred feet distant from most
beautiful part of Schenlev Park: three story,
right-roomed house, with all conveniences, porch,
hay window, etc.. front lawn on asphalt, and
sewered street: hut fifteen minutes from town hv
electric road, ?I0 per month. Apply to Black &
Balrd, 95 Fourth avenue.
r LET Near the Schenley Park entrance, on
Mawhlnney street (which is paed) near
Forbes, new house of eight rooms: all modern fix
tures: location very desirable: possession can be
had'at once if desired: $-0 per month: rentrednced
to April I. W. A. Herron & Sons, No. 60 Fourth
TPO LET Dwelling, II rooiiis. situate on the cor
JL nerof one of the most prominent avenues of
the East End: suitable as a dwelling nr for lodging
rooms rr offices for phTslelans: is fitted complete
with all modern conveniences. Apply at (iC02
IT10 LET Forbes st.. Oakland. house 14 rooms.large
X gronnds fronting Fifth av. as well; modern
fixtures: 'very desirable for a boarding house,
fcend for list. W. A. Herrou & Sons, SO Fourth av.
a 10 Lf.T April 1. North Highland av.. brick
house, nine rooms and attic. Laundry and
stable; lot COxIbO. AV. D. King. 04 Fourth ay.
q'O LET Shadyslde-Furnlshed house, nine
l rooms; paved street; location choice: all con
veniences. Henry A. Breed. 510 Market st.
Allegheny Residences Tn Let.
TO LET Sheffield st.. Allegheny Pressed brick
honse; fine appearance; !) room. modern fix
tures; location good ; send lor list W. A.iitrron
& Sons, 80 Fourth av.
rpo LET Stockton
Allegheny Fine large
rn conveniences: stnd
X house: 12 rooms, modern conveniences;
for list W. A. Herron & bons, 80 Fourth av.
TO LET-By JohnK. EwJng & Co., 107 Federal
st., several Allegheny houses at reduced rents,
bend for printed list.
TO LET Xlce five-room dwelling Federal st.
extension. Inquire of J, R, McKee, 70S Pcnn
ay.. Room 611.
rpO LET' Arch St.. Allegheny, a fine houe. eight
rooms; scna tor iisi. i . a. iierroa Picons,
) Fourth a v.
Snbarban Residences To Let.
'10 LET The homestead of the Late IL Dollmever,
X at Ilavsvlllc station. P., Ft. W. AC. Ry. con
sisting of a well arranged house of 10 rooms
and laundry, fitted throughout with natural
gas: abundant water, spring house, stable and out
buildings; 20 acres of ground with all kinds of
lrult and shade trees andcommandlng an extended
view of the Ohio Valley, and within two minutes
walk of the station; anyone desiring a complete
suburban home should not miss this opportnnltv.
Inquire oil premises, or of L. T. Dallinuyer, 523
Liberty St., Pittsburg.
TO LET-Cottages. 3 to 7 rooms, at Wildwood
station, 'Allegheny Vallev Railroad; $5 to ?10 a
month. A. I.eggatc & Son, 10 Fourth av.
Kooms To T.ot.
ROOM A Inro front room, furnlslipd: both
ftnses. Apply to Howard Urown, 351 Fourth
TOOM3 Two steeping rooms. 1 SmithDcld St.;
IX also large room, from February 1.
T) OOM RKNTINU AGENCY, 1C0 Koblnson St..
Farms To Xer.
TO LET Two fnrms. rontalnlsg 21S and SO aeres
f nch, sitnatert in Allegheny county. Pa., on
Montour lUilroad. nine milea from city; modern
improvements; good water and frnlt; Known as
the AVm. Adams heirs; terms very reasonaMe. In
quire of or address Percy L. Adams, Grafton. I'a.
Offices and Desk 15 06 m To r.et.
a 10 TET In Ferguson block, the finest fire proof
. office building in the city, located on Third
av.. just below the new postomce, having also
Fourth av. eutrance: choice storerooms and offices,
with all m odern conveniences, high speed eleva
tor, steam heat, electric light and janitor's serv
ices free; rent lower than others arf getting in old
aud inconvenient buildings; possession about Jan
uarr 1; rent free until April 1: send for illustrated
book. Black & Balrd, No. &5 Fourth av.
TO LET Desk room in 64 Federal St., Allegheny:
corner building, good light and every conveni
ence; first floor.
Furnished lodge room. No. 19 Federal St. ; newly
fittt-d up In first-class condition.
No. 171 Grant av., brick house of 8 rooms: every
convenience; possession given at once at a reduced
rent to April 1.
Large room on Lacock st., one door cast of Fed
eral St., suitable for office; bothgnses. waterand
splendid, light.. Inqulrs ot George S. Cotton,
157 Lacock St., Allegheny, Pa,
Business Stands To Let. .
TO LET In the Mercantile WocS. adjoining the
flue building of the Bindley Hardware Com
pany, on New Grant St.. near fccventh av., five
new ware or business honscs, six stories high, 20
feet front, fi. feet deep, allev in rear: steam heat,
steam elevator, electric lighting: iinf offices with
large fire-proof vault: rent verv reasonable. For
terms and particulars see W. A. Iletron & Sons, 80
rpo LET 3ranufactnrlng property, 744 feet front
L on Washington av.. Allegheny: 130 feet deep
to paved back street, with brick anr. frame build
ings on the Washington av. front.r.nd larirc vacant
ground in rear for storage: buildings will be placed
in order to suit tenant. Apply to BenJ. F. Jen
nings, West Penn Steel Works, P"eble av Alle
gheny. aO LET A fine business stand, one ofthe best In
. Wllkinsbnrg (near P. R. It. and at end of
electric line), new building, store and dwelling, as
a whole or separately; possession at once IT desired.
Send for list free, W. A. Herron S, Son. SO Fourth
rpo LET That large fine storeroom and basc
X ment 720hIo street, near Market House: part
of harement fitted up for barber shop, restaurant
or store. Inquire 11. M. Scbtnilt, 43 3. Diamond
TO LET Separate storerooms with, railroad
track; all receiving, handling, shipping and
delivering facilities; also office room, inquire of
W. A. Hoevcler. Storage, Pike and Tweirth sts.,
TO LET Space with power Cor. Penn and Third
av.: three floors: 50.000 feel space: abundant
power: good light: splendid location: every con
venience. Apply Nicola Bros., 20 Fifth av.
TO LET Desirable storeroom. Diamond st. in
new Dispatch building: light and heat fur
nished. Apply to Jiusiness tiuicc 'Alius .uispatcu.
Iifietd and Diamond sta.
TO LET-One-half store. No. 70S Smllhfleld St.;
immediate p issesslon; the most desirable loca
tion lu the city; suitable for any branch of busi
ness. Inquire at above place.
1VV LET Only fl,-VK per year, a large ware or
jl uusmess nouse, oox&u jeet: tnreo stor.es; jsoss.
near Third av.:. send
for list. TV. A. Herron
Sons, 80 Fourth, av.
TO LET Cor. Penn and Thirteenth St., store and
dwelling; possession can he had at once if
desired; send for list. W. A. Herron & Sons, 80
fPO LET On Liberty St.. large brick dwelling.
X suitable for any kind of business; along lease
can be made. Howard Brown, 151 Fourth av.
TO LET Tne very desirab'e storeroom with
basement) No. 205 Smlthtield St.. Central
Hotel building. Apply at Kaufmanns1 store.
TO LET-Smithfleld St.. between Elxfh and Sev
enth aves.. a four-story brick business house.
Inquire at 52 Sixth av.
a'O LET Storeroom with cellar.320 Liberty street,
21x75 feet in the clear, extending through to
PERSONAL Novelty Printing Co., 77 Diamond
St.; all kinds of printing: best work at lowest
PERSONAL-Credlt. yes. credit on fine dress
goods, silks, satins, w raps, etc., at J. Dwyer's,
Room 4, HcCance block, 701 smlthfield.
PERSONAL Cash paid for old gold and silver
watches and Jewelry repaired; new work made
to order. Chris. Ilauch. S4t Smithfield.
PERSONAL Wall paper, from 5 cents up to
finest grades. We lurnlsh estimates for one
room, house, or row of houses: make contracts lor
completed work, middle's, 40! Smithfield st.
1JERSONAL W. E. Hamnett & Co.. the leading
real estate and fire fnsurance Ann of Wllkins
bnrg, take general charge of propertv; collect
rents: attend to paying taxes, etc.: try us; we
are reliable. Money loaned ou mortgage.
PERSONAL Have you subscribed tor your
magazines and periodicals for '02? If not,
come and see us before doing so; Itwlh pav you:
also, new aud old books at reduced prices. Frank
Bacon & Co., 301 smithfield st. Open every even
ing. PERSONAL When 1 w3 a small hov mv mother
always repaired my breeches and Jacket, but
since I got to be a great blgman, Dickson, the well
known tailor, Co Finh av., cor. Wood .t., second
floor, has been substitutcfL who now does all ray
cleaning, pressing and renovating In great shape.
PERSONAL-New patents from O. D. Levis,
Patent Attorney. 131 Fifth av.. Pittsburg, Pa.,
one door from Evening Leader, establish! d lu
natpHt nractlco over 20 vears: Thomas H. Hlalr.
Allegheny, manufacturing steel: F. M. Brown.
Warren, la., steam actuating valve: Jacob Aber.
Gill Hall. Pa., parlor washing machine; Charles
M. Clark, nttsourg. machine for ornamenting
wood or other surfaces; Albert Dlttmer. Berlin.
Germany, appaiatus for dressing .stone; John C.
Dueber, Canton, O., watch case pcudant: Arthur
L. Garford. Elyrla. O.. clastic wheel tire; Fer
uand Gendron. Bordeaux. France, galvanic bat
tery: Charles Hoyt. Butte City. Jlont . chlorldlz
iug ores of precious metal; Joseph II. Johnston.
Bradford, Pa., sand binder; James E. Hogai,.
Oakland. Cab, automatic cut-off for gas burners;
JohnRcnney, Dayton. O.. torgnn; John H. W.
Strlngfellow. London, England, manufacturing
gat. United States and all foreign patents pro
cured: design patents, trade1 marks aud all patent
business transacted promptly; good work guaranteed.
PERSOXAL-Dr, X. Stone, it. D.. Is a doctor,
if you have throat or lung trouble of any kind;
use his Bronchial Warers, 25c a box at druggists;
special rate to preachers, teachers, vocalists. For
samples send 10 cents to stone Med. Co., Chicago,
BPkUCE & SHIELDS, Attorneys,
Fifth avenue and Grant street.
ORPHANS' "COURT SALE.
ON PENN AVE.
Large Stable Property in the Rear,
On Northeasterly Corner of Penn
Avenue and Barker's Alley, Fourth
In re estnte of Benjamin TrimWe,(lecenPd,
at 2f o. 13(1 of Xovembcr term, 3831, of the Or
plinns' Court of Allejrhenv conntv.
By virtue of an ordorof the safd Orphans
Court at said number and terra, the under
eixned as trustee and administrator, d. b. n.
o. t. a., of the estate of said Benjamin Trim
ble, will exposo the following property at
On the premises, Xos. G23 and Ci!5 Fcnn ave
nue, Pittsburg, on
THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1892,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 3L
'Pl-irt nAtttntn wAn 1 aaaa of fniitn in 1iAI
i..j. v.c. ...... ,;j '""i,, ""
Fourth ward of the ?aid city of Pittsburg,
ui i.wu iuis ur pieces ui gruuiiu,aa
First On the northeasterly cornerof Penn
avenue and Barker's alley; fronting forty
(40) leet on Penn avenue, nnd running back
northwardly along saidnllcy, preserving the
same width, one hnndied and twenty (120)
feet to an alley ten (10) feet wide.
Second On tho eantwardly sido of Bark
er's 'alley, at the distance of one hundred
and thirty (130) feet from Penn avenue,
thence extending northwardly one hnndred
and sixty (ICO) feet, thence eastwardlv. par
allel with Penn avenue, fifty-three (53) feet
three (3) inches, thence southwardly one
hundred and sixty (1C0) feet toan alley ten
(10) feet wide, thence wcstwardlv along said
alley fifty-three (53) feet three (3) inches to
On which there is erected a largo four
storied brick hotel building; forty (40) feet
front by one hnndred ana twenty (120) feet
in depth nnd a large stabio and cow market.
TERMS OF SALE To be 5 per cent of the
amount of tho hid when the property is
knocked downf one-third cash on delivery
of deed, (the 5 per cent paid down being part
thereof) and the balance In two equal an
nual payments, with Interest jit G per cent
per annum from date of confirmation of sale,
evidenced by common bond, seenred by
mortgage on the premises, witli 60-day sol
fa. insurance and attorney's commission
clauses, OR ALL CASH, AT THE OPTION.
OF THE PURCHASER.
JAMES P. QUINX,
Trustee nnd Administrator, d. b. n. c. t.a.
Ofilce Fifth avenue and Grant street, third
floor over drug store.
J. A. WAKEFIELD, Attorney,
411 Grant st.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1892,
At 3 r. r.. on the premises. No. 3702
BUTLER ST.. Fifteenth ward.
Estate of ANTON ENGEL, Deceased.
By virtue of tho power given to me hv the
will or Anton Engel, I will offer at public
sale the following described premises: Hav
ing a frontage of 33 feet or more on Butler
street, and extending back about 103 leet,
having erected thereon
Two Two-Story Frame Business
Houses and Dwellings,
BKIXGIN'G "IN A RENTAL NOW OF $700
TERMS OF'SALE 500 cash on dayof sale,
one-half to be paid in cash within 30 days
after date of sale, the balance in three or
five years, to be secured by common bond
and tight mortgage, hearing 6 per cent in
terest. Particulars of
J. A. WAKEFIELD,
Or TnOS. JIcCAFFREY, Agent,
Ja2147 310) Bntlerst.
LAZEAR & ORR. Attorneys,
400 Grant St., Pittsbnrg.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE-ESTATE OF
John Wagner, deceased.
By virtue ot an order of theOrpnans' Court
of Allegheny County at No. 113 Fobruary
term, 1:91, 1 will expose nt public sale on the
promises on TUESDAY, February 9, -1892, at3
r. 2i., a piece of land in the Fifteenth ward
of tho city of Pittsbnrjt fronting one hun
dred feet on Thirty-sixth street, and extend
ing back, of even width between Charlotte
Street and an alley, a distance of eighty-two
feet eight inches. See deed from Jonas
Groves et al to John Wagner, (luted April 16.
1SB9, and recorded in Deed Book, vol. 246,
page 216. On said property aro erected three
small brick dwelling houses of six rooms
and an attic each, and three larger brick
dwelling bouses of six rooms, attic and hall
each, all in first-class condition, with gas
and water pipes in each.
The property will be snbdivlded to snlt pur
chasers. Terms of sale: Two hundred dollars
down, one-half of balance on confirmation of
sale and delivery of deed, and tho balance
in one and two years, with interest from
date of confirmation, to be seenred by Bond
nnd mortgage (with 30 days sci. fa. clause) on
the premises, or all cash, at the option of the
Administrator or John Wagner, dee'd,
JalQ-22 s 171 Thirty-sixth St., Pittsburg.
C. H. WEINHAUS, '
AUCTIONEER. 532 SMITIIFIELD ST.
Sales of merchandise at store and residences
promptly attended to. Cash advances made
on all consignments. jal.3-13
and comDlete business
course taught at Park Institute. 204 North
ave., Allegheny. New term opens Novem
ber 9. Evening sessions. Catalogues and
journal to any address free.
au20-TT3 LEVI LUDDEN, A. iL, Principal.
CTJKTiY Collegiate Department, The Best.
CUBBY Normal School, The Best.
CUTCKY English Training School, The Best.
CUBBY Business College, The Best
CUKKX School of Shorthand, The Best
CUEBY Conservatory of Music, The Best
CURRY School of Elocution, The Best
CUBBY Faculty and Discipline, The Best
Call or send for catalogue. IL M. ROWE,
W. A. Bunting, 20 Fifth Ave
A. D. WILSON,
REAL ESTATE AND MORTGAGES,
55 FEDERAL ST.,
Now is tne nest season lor planting and
pruning trees, laying out of lawns and tak.
ing charge of workgcnerally; also draining.
' LANDSCAPE GARDENER,
YT.TjaWfVt?TTJ AV shnrfmlild Dt.vu. I
,, W , S.M.UJ WW AlbiaUUlK, I
Fine Hotel Property for Sale,
TVe have had placed In onr hand3, for
sale, for a short time only, one of the
finest hotel properties in our city.
The building is centrally located on a
largo lot "5xlS0 feet, fronting on a paved
street. The building is comparatively
new, bavins boe:i recently renovated
and remodeled: is in first-class condition,
fitted and furnished throughout in mod
ern style, contains about thirty-flvo
rooms, and all the necessary outbuild-injjs-
A flrst-cl.Ts hotel man will find this a
rare opportunity for a profitable Invest
ment. This property is placed on the market
prepat itory to the final settlement of an
estate, and can be shown to be a desirable
and profitable Investment.
For prices and particulars call on or
Gay, Bair & Lane,
Real Estate and Insurance, 110 S. Main,
street, Greensburg. Pa. ja23-S9
(Most desirable Office Building
in the city.)
Elegant Front Suite.
Fin93t in City.
n-A fnTlv fnrnihriT nfHn -TflTfiS fpPt- qaj.
m . . .
onci noor, rear; eiogant 113m; every con
Also, a few choice offices, with fireproof
vanlts, etc., etc.; single or in suites.
Offices as low as $150,INCLUDINt? EVERY
THING. Inquire at OFFICE, first floor. 91 and 93
Fiftli ave., city. JalD 21-TT3
Bids will be received until FEBRUARY 10,
1S32, for tho
SEWER PIPE WORKS
And manufactured pipe on hand, of the
l'enn'a. ManTg., Mining & Supply Co., at
The company reservo the right to reject
any and all bids. Address all communica
tions to JOHN &. DAVISOX.Treas., P. O. Box
73, Pittsburg. Pa. jal"-26-TTS3u
TO LET MODEP.N PKESS BBICK
Nine rooms and all modern Improve
ments, 16 Shennaa Ave., Allegheny.
Eight room press brick house,
29 Arch Si, Allegheny.
Five rooms and attic,
406 Ferry St, Pittsburg.
Inquire ROBT. KNOX, JR., 17 Sherman
av., Allegheny. ja-23-i'S
7 PER CENT CLEAR.
Brick and frame:
situated on steam
and electric rail
way; houses all oc-
upted ana paving
over 7 per cent;
will increase in
value ranidlv. Bir
bargain if sold at
cash, balance to suit. A. S. GRAY CO.,
ja21-37 Eisner Building.
Nine rooms, modern
fixtures down to gas
lighting by electricity.
Location the best. For
"j tale only on account of
owners removal, iioj
W. A. IIEK20N" &
SONS, SO Fourth ave.
A fine honse 9 rooms
ofthe best locations
in Iluzelwood. W.A.
Herron X Sons, 80
To let for one or three years.
20 by about 80 feet; location
W. A. HERRON A SONS,
so t ourtti avenue.
1 A corner office, 33x16 feet; two
oiuces witn vault connecting;
I ono large ofilce on Smithfield;
aiM tciciiii ut!,r& amies autA
offices to rent. Apply Room 209.
Bissel Block. Jal7-66
STEAMERS AND BXCUSION3,
STEAMSHIP TICKETS TO AND FROM
all parts of Europe, drafts, money or
ders, cable transfers and foreign coin at low
est New York rates. MAX SCIIAMBERGA
CO., No. 527 Smithfield St., Pittsburg, Pa. Es
tablished in 1S6S. sel0-ns
Sailins every Wednesday from Philadelphia
nnd Liverpool. Passenger accommodations
for all classes nnsnrpassed. Tickets sold to
ana from Great Britain and Ireland, Nor
way, Sweden, Denmark, etc. ,
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION CO.,
General agents, 305 Walnnt st-.Philadelphia.
Full information can he had of J.J. Mo
CORMICK, 639 Smithfield street. LOUIS
MOESER, 616 Smithfield street. mh8-4t-rrs
CUNARD LINE-NEW YORK AND LIVER
POOL VIA QUEENSTOW'N From Tier 40
North River. Fast express matl service.
Gallia. Jan. SX 1:20 p. m.Servla,Feb. 20. 11 a.m.
F.trurta. Jan.50.,:)a.m.(JaIlia. Feb. 21. 2 p. m.
Auranl.ii Veb. lk 1 p. m. Etruria, Feb. 27. 5 a. m.
UinbrIa,Fcb.l.1..-.:m a.m. I
Extra steamer Bothnia. Wed. Feb. 10. 2 p. m.
Cabin passage $n and upward, according to lo
cation; second rahiii. $?.
Steerage tlrkcU to and from all parts of Europe
at verv low rates.
For'frright and passage applv to the comnanv'3
office. 4 Bowling (ircen. New York. VERNON II.
BROWN & CO.. General Agents, or CHARLES P.
bJIITII. Third av. and Wood St.. Agent for Pitts
burg. Pa. lall-D
TirBITE STAR L1NE-
lueenstown and T.lvernool.
Roval and United States Mail steamers.
Britannic. Jan. 27, a pm I lfrltannic.Feb 24,2:30pm
Majestic, Feb. 3. 10 am j MaJestlc.Mar.2. 830 am
'Adriatic. Feb. 10. 3 p m j Germanic, Mar. 9.3pm
Teutonic, Feb. 17. 9 am "Teutonic, Mar. 16,8am
From White Star dock, foot of West Tenth St.,
Second cabin on these steamers. Saloon rates,
f 30 and upward. Second cabin $35 and t :0. Excur
sion tickets on favorable terms. Steerage, from or
to old country, S20.
White Star draffs payable on demand In an the
principal banks throughout Great Britain. Apply
to JOHN J. MCCORMICK. KB Smithfield street,
Pittsburg, or H. MAITLAND KERSEY. Gen
eral Ageut. 23 Broadway, New York. Ja20-r
ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS.
GLASGOW TO PHILADELPHIA,
Via Derry and Galway. The mo3t direct
route from Scotland and North and Middle
Intermediate, $39. Steerage, $13.
CfTilTF) Service of
LINE ) STEAMSHIPS.
NEW YORK AND GLASGOW,
Via London every Fortnight
Jan 23, State of Nebraska. 8 a.m.
CABIN, $40. Second class, $35. Steerage. $13.
Apply to J. J. McCOitMICK,. (33 Smithfield
street, Pittsburg. noJS-33-D
Norddeutscher Lloyd Steamship Company.
Fast Line orExpress Steamers
NewYorfctobouthampton (London), Bremen.
SPRINU SAILINGS, 1302.
Tues., June 21
Sat, June 25
Tues., June 23
Sat, July 2
Time from New YorK to bouthamnton. 7-kdavs.
From Southampton to lfremen. 21 or 30nours.
From Southampton to Loudon, by Southwestern
Railway Co., 2i hours. Trains every hour In the
summer season. Railway carriages ror London
await passengers In bonthampton Docks on arrival
of uxprcss steamers from New York.
These steamers are well known for their speed,
comfort and excellent culsne.
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