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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH,
AFTER THE RAILWAYS.
City Attorney Moreland Sues the
Street Car Companies
TO RECOVER CAR TAIES NOW DUH.
The Famous Miller Will Case Aptin in the
A BREWING COMPANY ON THE RACE
City Attorney Morelf&id yesterday filed
four suits in behalf of the city of Pittsburg
against stieet railway companies. The cases
are brought to recover car tax due the citji
aud is a similar- matter to that instituted
by the auditors in Allegheny City, and
-which gare Councils so much tronble in
settling. The companies sued and the
amounts claimed are: The Union Passen
ger Kailway Company, 54,600; the Seeond
Avenue Passenger Eailway Company,
53,000; the JTorthside Passenger Hallway
Company, $1,200, and the Transverse
Passenger Railway Company, $800.
The actions are based on the ordinances
granting rights of way and privileges to the
companies, the terms of which were ac
cepted by them. These ordinances provide
that the companies shall pay an annual tax
of so much per car. In the cases of tha
Transverse and Union lines, the tax was 520
per car per year, and for the Second avenue
and Northside lines 510 per car. For the
Transverse, Union and Xorthside lines the
ordinances were passed in 1881, and for the
Second avenue line in 1SS3.
The amounts of these taxes, it is asserted,
are due and unpaid, and the companies
have refused to pay them. The suits are
therefore brought to recover,' with interest
from January 1, 1892.
THE HIPPJSLEY BBEWEBY CASE.
The Finn Appears In Court to Protect Its
License and Business.
Yesterday 0 ridges Kennedy, McClunjj and
Forter heard the petition tn the case against
llippeley & Son, tlio Allegheny brewers, in
which the firm is required to show cause
why their license should not be revoked.
Agent Hesser, the prosecutor, and Attorney
Price appeared for him, while Mr. Ferjruson
represented the defense. Considerable tes
timony was taken which tended to show
hat the firm had boen in the habit of allow
ing their drivers to solicit orders, and also
permitting them to leave the brewery as
late as 11 o'clock Saturday night, and the
presumption n as that the beer could not all
bo delivered before Sunday morning.
Young Hippeler himself admitted that
drivers Mere given blank orders, which
they were permitted to have customers sign,
ana when tney would return with them
filled out they were given the beer, bnt they
were never allow ed to collect money. When
tins evidence came out Jlr. Ferguson and
Judge McClung got into a brief but llvelj'
discussion. Mr. Ferguson said he would
liko to tee the Court that would decide that
orders could not be solicited.
Judge McClun;r Well, you can see the
Court right here, Mr. Ferguson.
Mr. Ferguson Well, 1 beg to differ with
The hearing was continued until Saturday,
when Mr. Ferguson expects to be able to
put his side or the case in a little better
TJ. S. C0OET CASES.
The Suit 'Against the Union Switch and
Signal Company Sow With the Court.
The argument In the case of the Johnson
Railway Signal Company, of New Jersey
against the Union Switch and Signal Com
pany was concluded in the United States
Circuit Conrt yesterday, and the matter is
now in the hands of tbe Court for a decision.
In the same court the case of Levi Telty
and others against the Columbia Iron Com
pany, a decree was made dismissing the bill
lor want of prosecution.
The case ot Lemon R. Rider vs S. Jarvis
Adams is on trial before Jnage Bnfiltigton
without a Jury. The suit is foran.alleged
infringement of a patent for a certain im
provement in casting tubular articles.
The Courts Asked to Itelease Two Matri
Two suits for divorce were filed yesterday.
Attorney Fuliner entered the case of Adaile
DeXeimer by hor next friend, Felix
Matheis, against August DeXeimer. She
alleges that be ill treated berandshehad
to leave him on November S3, 1892.
Attorney B T. Reineman entered the case
of Franz G. Rentier against Augusta Rent
ier. Thev were married July 10, 18S3, and. it
is alleged, he deserted her October SI, 1S90.
To-Days Trial Lists.
Common Fleas No. 1 Knoeder vs Breen, Jeffer
son Gas Company vs Davis, Bcihofervs Loeffert
et al, Owens ts Klngtbacher, McBride vs O'Con
nor. BoTard et at vs Fulton. Mugale vs Kane, Mc
Cnllough vs BlTttae et aU Simpson vsGray. Farr
vs Brown, llarlman etal vs Pittsburg Incline Plane
Company. Dortey vs bpang et al.
Common Fleas No. 2 Benney ts Yoder, Safe
Deposit and Trust Company t Kelly, same vs
Mine. Schutler vs PUUburg and Birmingham
Traction Company. Barnes vs Elcke et al, Pier vs
Wilson. Duggan vs Baltimore and Ohio Kallway,
Farran vs Booth, bchaub vs Marlanl, Blytbe et al
vs Flick, badler vs Blnger.
Wants Damages for His Boy.
Attorney Joseph Crown yesterday entered
suit in behairof James Kazlouski and his 7-year-old
son against the Citizens' Traction
Company for $15,000 damazes for injuries to
the boy. On August 27, when crossing; Penn
avenue at Twenty-eighth street, he was
struck and knocked down by a car and
eeverely and permanently hurt.
Against an Oil Company
In the case of A. B. Young against the
Farsonage Oil Company a verdict was ren
dered yesterday lor $215 for the plaintiff.
The suit was for damages to property caused
by salt water from wells drilled by the de
fendants. Beef Fell on Her.
A verdict of $18 for the plaintiff was given
in the case of Sarah A. Doran against Lonib
Zolier, an action for damages caused by a
slaeot beef fulling on her rn Zoller's meat
stall in the Southside market.
The suit of D. & Roth against Dr. H. Clark,
for damages, is on trial before Judge Stowe.
Roth claims tbe delendant set a Droken
ankle lor him and did not do it properly, in
juring his limb.
A Partnership Dispute.
A verdict of $78 II for the plaintiff was ren
dered yesterday in the case or William J.
Ligbtner against A. Z. Beyer and K A. Hess.
The action grew out of a pai tnersbip dispute.
Against Homestead Borough.
A verdict of $200 for the plaintiff was given
in the case or Mary E. Brown against Home
stead borough; an action for damages lor in
Jury to property caused by grading a street.
A Lawrence Bank Case.
A verdict of $65 O for the plaintiffs was
given in the cane, of M. A. Crozier & Co.
against the assieneo of the Lawrence Bank
on action on notes.
Two Small Verdicts.
Verdicts for $49 S3 and $47 respectively
were rendered in favor of the plaintiff in
the cases ol L, Reed against T. M. Michael,
.actions lor rent.
A Saloon Transferred.
Attorney Long secured tbe transfer of the
liquor license of Charles Nees from No. 233
Beaver avenue, Allegheny, to No. 87 of the
Suit for Slander.
George Huff yesterday entered suitagalnst
George McMillin for damages for alleged
slander in a ccusing him of having set fire to
Want to Be Believed of Costs.
An argument was beard by Judge Porter
yesterday on the motion to relieve Colonel
Hawkins and Lieutenant Colonel Streator
.of the edits Imposed on them la the Iami
case. The Jury in the case of aegravated
assault against them, found them not guilty;
but directed that each pay one-halt the
costs. The counsel for the defense at once
moved that the part of the verdict relating
tocostsbeset aside, and the motion was
arcned yesterday. The Court reserved his
EENEWED THB1E BAIL.
Homestead Defendants Arrange for Future
A number of the Homestead defendants
renewed their ball yesterday In Criminal
Court, as required in order to hold them for
the next term of court. They were Ogden
Shoemaker, who furnished $2,000 on the
charge or aggravated riot against him.
Elmer E. Boil, against whom there are two
charges, one for conspiracy and the other
for treason, had never furnished ball on the
treason charge. He renowed his bail of
$1,000 on the conspiracy case and furnished
$10,000 on the treason, Tohn Rusha and
Barthold Albeitz going: on tbe bond.
Thomas J. Crawlord, who succeeded Hugh
O'Donnell as Chairman or tho Advisory
Board, renewed his bail on the conspiracy
case, Sweeney, Todd and Joseph Bishop
signing tho bond.
The application to admit Hugh Boss to
bail, which was to have been beard to-day,
will not be taken up until Saturday. Attor
ney Robb reported to the court that the
prosecution could not Do ready before that
The Carnegie officials, who are indicted
for conspiracy and murder, will renew their
ball bonds to-morrow morning.
THE MILLEE "WILL CASE.
An Effort to Break the Lawyer's Bequests
Still Going On.
In the Orphans' Court? yesterday and argu
ment was heard before Judge Over on the
motion to set aside the appeal of A. H. Mil
ler, Jr., from the probate ot the will of his
father, the late A. H. Miller, Sr.
The argument was a lengthy one with
quite an array of counsel on both sides. For
tbe appellant there were W. H. Tomlinson,
Charles E. Hogue and Edward Campbell,
and in support or the will,E. Z. Smith and
ex-Judge Reed. The case rested on
the determination of two questions
and on them the arguments were
based. They were first if J. H. Miller, Jr.,
had been a party to the first aprjeal, which
was taken by Hampton Miller and dis
missed and was thus barred from bringing
this proceeding, and second, if having ac
cepted a legacy under the will, that did not
stop him from apnealing.
Most of the arguments consisted of read
ing references as to what stopped an ap
peal. At the conclusion Judge Over took
the papers and reserved his decision.
WHEN PEOPLE DESIRE
A good room they Invariably read the To Let
Boom Columns of THE DISPATCH.
STRAIGHT STAGE TIPS.
"The Lost Paradise" is a serious drama,
trenching as it does upon a great social
problem, but it is by no means gloomy.
The scene which is probably attracting
most attention here is that in which the
committee of the workmen waits upon tbe
employer and demands a raise of wages.
There is genuine power in this scene, and
the most pathetic incident in it is the colli
sion of the two fathers, one the capitalist
whose petted daughter is decked in gorgeous
raiment, tbe other the workman whose
equally prized child seems to be losing her
lite in tbe confinement or the workshop- Ihe
realism of the second act is impressive. The
noise of the machinery does not cease, and it
hardly needs the sight or the big wheels in
motion and the clangor of tbe mill to bring
the audieifco thoroughly into the battle be
tween capital and labor. The play's moral
U noble; it is in part that the responsibility
of the employer does not cease when he
draws a check for the payroll, that there
should be sympathy in his heart for tbe men
who build' his lortune, and in short that
thore should be between men that Christian
fmternity, no matter what their station,
which is generally absent. You see it is a
larger problem than the mere relation of
capitalist to laborer that "The Lost Para
dise" just touches, and there is nothing
offensive in it to any man, rich or poor. The
Alvin's audiences appear to like the play
There is more beauty in the show-bills
around tbe town this week than usual
Lillian Russell's face, one of the tairest tho
world has ever seen, is everywhere. She
will appear in the same gorgeous frame that
fenced her about last season, and "La
Cigale" will be the bill at the Duquesne
Theater all next week, with tho exception
of Saturday matinee and night, when tbe
new comic opera "The Mountebanks"
will be given. The new work will be shown
in its revised shape, and in fact just as New
York will see it a few days later. Tho
scenery and appointments designed for
the metropolitan premiere will be used, and
Manager French himself will be in front to
shed luster upon the scene. But the publio
will be most interested in noting that Lil
lian has stars on all sides or hor. Mr. Cofflu,
tbe tenor, is said to bo beautitul, most un
usual in owners of this sort of voice, and
the fame of bis singing has reached X'itts
burg. Mr. Carleton is the baritone who
gave his name to a company long ago.
There are many others worthy of note in the
The company which is doing "A Trip to
Chinatown" this week has caught the spirit
of light farce most happily. The frivolous
Btory froths and sparkles like champagne,
and it exhilarates like that beverage bnt
there need be no headache on the morrow.
Risque as it is, it is doubtful if there is much
harm in it, lor tbose who see the riskiness
are not straDgers to it, and those who are
strangers don't see it. The big audience
or ladies who saw "A Trip to China
town" yesteiday alternoon certainly en
The New York World yesterday published
a story to the effect that Mrs. Bernard
Boere would close her theatrical engage
ments in America on Saturday night, De
cember 10, and at once return to England.
Much sympathy is expressed for the English
actress personally, but the poor plays and
her unsuccessful appearance at Hammer
stein's Manhattan Opera House are given as
the two main reasons for the canceling of
The two-headed boy has proved a wonder
ful magnet at the World's Museum-Theater.
The Tocci twins are certainly worth seeing.
Next week Joseph Clifton and Louise
Agnott, who are now popular favorites, will
appear in "Nep, tbe Sea Waif."
A"DEEW Mace, whose ringing voice has
echoed here many times, will be seen in a
novelty next week at the Grand Opera
House. It is called "Irish Loyalty," and is
said to be full of bright features, including
not a little genuine humor.
"A Kentucky Girl" is the name of the
comedy-drama that is to bo seen at Harris'
Theater all next week. Sadie Hasson, a
Pittsburg favorite, will be tbe heroine, and
she will be supported by the Dow ling-Has-Bon
Mat Howard's burlesques at the Academy
are better than lots of the grander-titled
shows. The expensive costuming and the
wholesome tone of the fun are notable
What a favorite "Fantasma" is! The
crowds at the Opera House show that the
Hanlons' style of doing business pays.
Virtue's reward is not always so patent.
Harrx Davis' has a capital line or attrac
tions this week, and big houses are the
natural result. .
Ail foreign and domestic wines, liquors
and oordials at Max Klein's.
A 3-HOURS SALE OF BOYS
Cape Overcoats and Salts at 81 38 Each,
This morning between the hours of 9 and
12 o'clock we will sell 350 boys elegant cape
overcoats and stylish suits at $1 38 eaon.
They can't be boajhtany place under $4. 'Ihe
sizes in both suits and overcoats are lor
boys age to It. Only one of each to a cus
tomer. This is merely done for an adver
tisement and to attract your attention to
our fine overcoats for boys and men. P. C
C. C., Clothiers, corner Grant and Diamond
streets, opposite Court House.
You want a plum pudding, of course you do.
Everybody does. Don't make It yourself)
it's too much trouble. Marvin makes it ror
you, as delicious as the best housewife can
make. Ask your grocer for Marvin's Eng
lish Dlum pudding. You'll be delighted
Cavallebia Rtjstioaxa on the .Solian Is as
perfect as if played by an orchestra. See
mm uoar me .03,011;
iians at Mellor ft Hoene's,
77 iriitn avenue.
Beautitul embroidery flannels In white,
red, black and gray, at all prices.
Xautxaxm' New Srygood Den'i
FOOD FOR THE BULLS.
There Is a General Decrease in the
Kovember Oil Report.'
SISTERBYILLE FORGING AHEAD.
One-lhird of the Wells Finished Up at Mc
Donald Were Dusters.
DEI HOLES EEPORtBD YESTERDAY
The reports for November from the oil
fields of Pennsylvania, Oblo and Indiana
are bullish. There has been a general de
crease in new production, with a decrease
in drilling wells, except in Indiana.
The average daily production of the Penn
sylvania wells completed daring November
was only 55 barrels, or lGf barrels less
than for October. The average Bize of the
new wells for the past 11 months has been
There were 100 wells completed in the
southwestern fields outside of Macksburg
and Perry county, O. These wells had a
continued production of 5,9'7 barrels, and
thetewereS9 dusters among them. There
has been a heavy falling off in McDonald
and the Allegheny county pools, while Sis
tersvillo has forged ahead.
Or these 100 wells 34weie located in the
McDonald field and 11 of them, or one-third,
were dry. There were 42 wells completed in
the Sistersvllln field, and: onlv One was dtV.
There were two dustore finished at West- '
view; two small producers at Mr, Morris;
four dusters and a 20-barrel well at Wild
wood; a dry hole at Montour; a dry hole and
a five-barrel well at Mannington; tbree
dusters and a 20-barrel ell at Grafton; two
dusters at Eureka; a 20-barreler; a flve-bar-leler
and lour dusters at Brush Creek.
This makes a list or dry holes and small pro
ducers which has never been before re
corded against tho lower fields. The dusters
in the McDonald field are nearlv all located
on the Walker, the Noble, the Robb and the
Wettengill farms, which are on the north
western side or the old pool, and they were
drilled with tho expectation of finding an
outlet or the old Fife cool, which has proven
to be a veritable will o' the wisp.
Outside of southeastern Ohio there are
177 wells drilling in tbe southwestern fields,
ana 78 lies are up, or being built, making a
total or 255. These are distributed as fol
lows: At Slsteisvtlle, Si; McDonald, 63;
Mannington, 36: iit. Morris, 20; Wildwood, 13;
Crafton, 13; Washington, 5: Westview, S;
Brush Creek, 5: Eureka, ; Turkeyfooc, 3;
Murdocksville, 3: Uookstown, 1. and Mon
tour, L There are very few rigs in the Mo
Donald list as compared with those at
Sistersville and Manninuton. But little new
work is being started at McDonald.
For the other fields the tables given below
furnish complete information:
SUMMARY OP COMPLETED WELLS.
Field. Com. Fro. Dry. Com. Fro. Dry.
SraS., 6 0 , 5 19 0
Middle F 8 63 0 9 SO 0
Armstrong 883 4 21 707 Z
bouthwest,. 110 7,850 27 114 8.0M 33
Total 157 8.823 31 165 6,832 40
Increase completed wells, 8.
Decrease in new production, 1,911 barrels.
Increase in dry holes, 6.
Averaze January wells, 84 3-10 barrels.
Average February wells, 67 4-10 ban els.
Average March wells, 75 3-10 barrels.
Average April wells, SO 8-10 barrels.
Average May wolls, 57 barrels.
Average June wells, 73JJ barrels.
Average July wells, 73 barrels.
Average August wells, 7lJi barrels.
Average September wells, 60 barrels.
Average October wells, 71 barrels.
Average November Wells 55 Barrels.
SUMMARY OF SEW WORK.
Dr'g Rigs Total Dr'gBigs Total
Middle Field 7 2 9 4 3 7
CIS::::::::! 7 8 7 10
Arastrong":::: 18 54 32 24 50
bouthwest 1S3 91 279 186 89 275
" Total I) 117 - S62...S29.. 129 253
Decrease in drilling wells, IS.
Increase in new rigs. 12.
Net decrease. 40.
Com. Pro. Dry. Drg. Bigs. T"l
November. J47 7.H9 18 108 112 218
October 174 13.78.! 24 114 113 226
Decrease 27 6,233 6 8
Decrease completed wells, 27.
Decrease new production. 6,233 barrels,
Decrease dror notes. 6.
Decrease drifting wells, 8.
Decrease rigs, u.
Com. Fro. Dry.
November SI 3,000 6
October 52 4.155 18
Drg. Rigs. T'L
27 28 65
23 31 51
Difference .. 19 1.105 12 4 7 11
Decrease v. ells completed, 19.
Decrease new production, 1,105 barrels.
Decrease dry holes, 12.
Increase wells drilling, 4.
increase rigs, 7.
Net increase. 11.
Disappointments In the Fields.
There were a number of wells in the lower
fields drilling in tbe oil sands yesterday,
and with tbe exception of Patterson &
Sohn's Zucker farm well at Undercliff they
wore all showing light.
The Wheeling Gas Company's No. 2 on the
Kelso farm was reported to be about 15 feet
in the firth sand last night, aud only a small
flow of gas had been developed. They lost a
bailer in the hole at this point, and at last
accounts they n et e fishing for it. The sand
was getting harder the deeper they went,
and tbe owners save up nearly all hope last
night of getting a produoer.
This well is n disappointment to all who
have been following the developments in
the Scott pool. The rich part or the belt
seemed to lie to the east or the first wells
which were drilled, and as the Kelso No. 2
was about 500 feet east 01 Knox Bros. & Co.'s
No. 2 Scott, which is a bU well, it was ex
pected that it would be a good producer be
yond the shadow of a doubt. The No. 2
Kelso is about 1,500 feet due south or No. 1,
which came In last March at the rate or 250
barrels a day, and is still making 100 barrel-,
a day, although it has never been cleaned
out or shot.
The Wheeling's No. 4, on the Richard Glad
den larin, is through the 50-foot, in which
only a small showing of gas was found, and
it is being drilled on down to tbe Gordon
sand, in which tbey expect to get oil. Their
No. 2 on the J. P. Scott will get tbe 50-foot to
day. They are cleaning out their old Cook
well at McDonald station.
Small Wells and Dusters.
The Forest Oil Company's No. I on the A.
P. Clever farm, in the McCurdy field, was
finally drilled through the fifth sand yester
day. It will make a 25-barrel well. Their
No. 2 on the Devine larm, in the same
region, is 30 feet in tbe fourth sand and has
no oil. They expected oil at 24 feet In the
sand. Their No. 2 Stirling was still drilling
In the fifth sand yesterday and was making
15 barrels an hour.
The Devonian Oil Company's No. 4 Witten
galo was drilled throueh tbe fifth sand, and
is almost dry. Their No. 2 on'the Cubbase
larm is down 1.S00 feet; No. 4 K. McDonald is
in the salt sand; No. 5 is 1,500 feet deep, and
No. 10 Elliott is drilling in the salt san.i. ,
Jennings & Co.'s No. 1 Sproul, near Nobles
town, is showing some oil in the fifth sand.
Boggs & ileolilic's test well on tbe Claree
farm, at Burgettstown, was reported yester
day to be dry in tbe Murdocksville sand.
This is the farthest well to the east in the
The Zucker Well Flowing Good.
TjHDERCLirx Patterson & Sohn's well on
tho Zucker farm, located 1,450 feet southeast
of old Kessler well, tapped the 30-foot sand
yesterday, and within half an hour made a
couple of 25-barrel flows. The well was then
shut down while they changed cables be
fore drilling it in. Their Erhmentrout well,
which was drilled through the fifth sand,
was shot yesterday in the 30-foot and will
make a 50 or75-barrel well irom that stratum.
Sistersville Le Comte A Bruner have
Just finished up No.l on the Laugberty farm,
ono mile south of town. It is good for from
100 to 150 barrels a day.
The Ganges -Yesterday.
Tbe production of McDonald was 20,000
yesterday, the same as tbe day before;
Woodland Oil Company's No. 2 Scott, 70-ner
hour; Knox & Co.s No. 2 Scott, 35 per hour;
stock in field, 46,000.
The runs from the Sistersville field were
16,236 barrels on Wednesday.
Tbe Oil Market,
Range of the December option: Opening, '
oOTic; highest, 50c; lowest, 60c, dosing, '
Refined oil New York, 5.50e; London, 4Jd;
oilCitt.-Hot. SO. National Transit cer
tificates opened 50Vc; highest, COkc; lowest, .
60c; elosed, 50c bid. Sales, 292,000 barrels; 1
Clearances, zou.uw oarreis; snipments, 86,833 I
barrels! ran, 118,060 barrelt,
STOUT OF WO WOB
What the Trouble Was
and How It Resulted.
What Each Has toSay About This
Most Interesting Matter.
Something Never Before Equalled in
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MRS. E. S. BOOART.
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"I was suffering from nervousness," she
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nervous prostration. I was so nervous
MRS. OLIVER WIL80S.
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will use it.
ALLEGHENY VALLEY RAILWAY-TAKING
effect June 26. Trains leave Union station
(Eastern standard time): Corry Ac., 6 a. m. ; Brae
burn Ac.. 6:50 a. in.: Niagara Ex., dally, 8:20a.
m.. arrlTlng at Buffalo. 5:45 p. m.; Dullois and
Wllllamsport, 8:20 a. m., arriving at Wllllamsport.
6:45 p. m. ; Klttanninjr Ac., 9:05 a. m. : Valley
Camp Ac, 10:15 a. ra.: Braeburn Ac, 12:05 p. m. ;
Tltusvllle and DuBols Ex., 1 :30 p. m, ; Valley Camp
Ac,, 2:30 p.m.: Emlenton Ac. 345p m.: Klttan
ningAc, 5p.m.: Braeburn Ac 5:30 p. m.;Brae
t)n rn Ac, 6:15 p, m.; Hulton Ac, 7:50 p. m.: Buf
falo night Ex., dallv, 8:50 p. in., arriving at Buf
falo 7:0 a. m.: Valley Camp Ac. 9:30 p. m.. Val
ley Camp Ac. 11:30 p. m. Sunday church trains
Emlenton. 9:6 a. m, : Klttannlng. 12:40 p. m.:
Uraeburl, 9:50 p. m. Fullraan buffet' parlor cars
on day trains and sleeping cars on night trains be
tween nusourg ana jiuuaio.
JAS. P. ANDERSON.
PITTSBDItG AND WESTERN RAHWAr
Schedule in effect May 15. 1892 (Central time).
Depot cor. Anderson st. andrilver av.. Allegheny.
Depart for Chicago, 2:0O p. m. Solid tra with
Pullman sleeping car. For Kane, Bradford, t7:10
a. m. For Clarion, t7:10 a. m., t2:00p. m. For
Foxburg. 7:10a. m.. t2:0Q. t:25p. m. For Buffalo.
Erie. Meartvllle, t710 a. m. For Greenville.
Meroer, Grove Uty. 7:10 a. m.. t2:00 p.m. For
Akron. Cleveland, t7:10a. m.. 2:00p. m: For New
Castle. "7:11 a. m.. '2:0a t3:05 p. m. For Butler,
tC:30. 7:10. t9:30 a. m.. 2:0U. t4:25. t5:15 p. m.
Trains arrive: From Kane. t6:45 p. m. ; Clarion,
tll:30 a. m.. t6:45 p. m.: Foxburir. t9:05. tll:30 a.
in., t6:4ip. m.; Erie. t3:59p. ro.: Greenville, Mer
cer, til :30a. m., 13:Mp. m.: Akron. '11:55 a. in..
t6:45 p. m.t New Castle. 9:05. ll:55a. in., 6:4i
p. m.: Butler. 7:00. t9:05. tll:30a. m t3:50, 6.45
p. to.: from Chicago, ll:55a. m.
Dally. Cxcept Sunday.
feocciipytlie entire iniiliii
Y7 Sixth street
MENS' AND BOY'S
Clothing on Credit
(Ready-Made & to Order.)
LADIES' CLOAKS ft. JACKETS,
Watches & Jewelry,
Cash Prices Without Security,
TERMS: One-third of the amount purchased
must be paid down; the balance In small
weekly or monthly payments. Buslnen
transacted strictly confidential. Opts
B. & B
We bought $7,000 worth of
For $4,000, and it's on sale to
day on our
Occupying the large room
where our old Cloak Room
This is no ordinary offering
or commonplace, usual store
kind of potteries, but choice,
new, seasonable, high-cost
pieces, if bought and sold in the
usual way, but under the cir
cumstances little money buys
New colorings and decorations,
medium and large sized pieces
$1.50,. $2.50 $3.50 Each,
Affording an opportunity for
handsome presents beyond any
thing this store has ever shown,
and perhaps a greater display
of this kind than most people
of this community have ever
500 MEDIUM TO LARGE
$3.50, $5, $6 and $7.50.
50 large vases only one
each style suitable' for recep
tion halls $7.50, $9, $10, $12
and $15 so much under price
as to be surprising.
One of the largest and
wealthiest importers of art pot
teries and rare curios in New
York landed a cargo last week
that was overdue, and, they said
to us it was not money they
wanted but room, and the
goods had to be sold we
bought at prices that surprised
us, and this
Will surprise everybody who
A PAGODA as large as a
good.sized cottage occupies
center of large Curtain and
Upholstery Room. This pa
goda is filled with rare and
handsome things lamps there
in lighted by electricity.
We want you to come and
see, whether you live nearby or
further away the look, we be
lieve, will be interesting, and
you'll get many nice things for
BOGGS & BUHL
In Effect Junk i:, isk.
Trains will leave TJalou Station, PI tUbarr
as follows (Eastern Standard Time):
MAIN LINE EASTWABD.
Pennsylvania Limited of Pullman Vestibule Cars
dally at 7:15 a. , m.. arriving at HarrUburjratnW
p. m., Philadelphia 4:45 p. m.. Hew York7iM
p. m.. Baltimore 4:40 p. m., Washington 5:55 p. m.
Keystone Express dally at 1:M a. m.. arrrrlafat
Harrtibarc 8S a. m.. Baltimore 11:15 a. in..
Washington 11:3) p. m.. Philadelphia HiSS a. to.,
KeTT York S-0O p. m.
Atlantic Express dairy at 3:30 a. m.. arrlTlng at
Harrlsburg 10:30 a. m., Philadelphia 1:25 p. nu.
New York 4:00 p. rn.
Barrlsburg Accommodation dally, except Sunday,
5:25 a. m.. arrlTfnflratlIarrlsbnr?2:fi0n- m.
gay Express dally at 8:00 a. m.,
uMi.m., arriTint; at tiar
I'hlladerohlaeiSO n. m.. Neir
York 9:85 p. m
Baltimore 8:45 p. m., 'WashlnK-
Mall train Sunday only,
8:40 a. m arrives Harrir-
bare 7:00 n. m.. 1'hlladelnlila 10:55 n. m.
MaliJSxpreisdaUYrasop. m., arriving at Harris.
bun: 10:00 p. m.,
CAnnrttni. at Tlitrrlchnrv for
Philadelphia Express daily at 4:9) p. m., arriving
at Harrlsburg 10 a. si., Philadelphia (fit. m.,
Dd New York 1 d0 a. m.
Eastern Express at 7:10 p. ra. dally, arriving Har
rlsburg 2:10 a. m., HaWmore 6:3) a. m., Wash
ington 7:30 a. m.. Philadelphia 5:05 a. m, and
New York 7:40 a. m. .
Fast Line, daily at 8:10 p. rn., arriving at Harrls
burg 3:30 a. xn., Philadelphia 8:50 . m.. New
York 9 :30 a. m.. Baltimore 6:20 a.m.. Washing
ton 7:30 a. rn.
All through trains connectat Jersev city with
boatsof "Brooklyn Annex1 1 or Brooklyn, N.Y.,
avoiding doable ferriage and Jotr rner through New
York 1 Hy.
Johnstown Accom.. exceDt Sunday. 3:40 p. m :
Greeusburg Accom,, 11:30. p. m.Aweek days; 10:31
p. in. Sundays, (ireeniburg Exnress3:lap. m.,
except Sunday. Derry Express 14:00 a. m ex
Wall Accom.. 3:25. 6:00, 7:40. 8:35, 8-30, 9:40, 10:30.
11:00a. in., 12:15. 12:50. 1:3). 2:30. 3:40. 4:00, 4:50.
CMS, 6:03, 6:45. 7:23. 11:00, 10:20. 1H30 p?tn.. 12:10
night, except Monday, bunuay, 8:40. li30a. m.,
12:25, 12:50 2:3i. 4:30. 5:J0. 7r2u, 9:30. 10: J?) P.m.
and 12:10 nlzht. A
Wllklnsburg Accom,, 5:23, 6:00, 6:15, 6:4pV':0a
7:25. 7:40. 8:10. t:35. 8:50. 9:40. 10:30. 11:00. llstA.
m.. 12:01. 12:15. 12:30. 12:50. 1:20. 1:30. 2:00. 2:
3:15, 2:40. 4:00. 4:10, 4:25, 4:35. 4:50. 5:00, 5:15, 5:30,
5:45. 6:00. 6:20. 8:45. 7:25. 8:2a 9:00. 9:45. 10:20.
11:00, 11:30 p. m. week-davv. and 12:10 night, ex
cept Monday. SuncUy. 5:30. 8:40, 10r30 a. m
12:25. 12:50. 1:30, 2:30, 4:30, 1:30, 7:20, 9:00, 9:30,
10:30 p. m.. 12:10 nigh .
Braddock Accom., 5:25. 6:00. 6:15. 6:45, 7.00, 7:25,
7:40, 8:00, 81IO, 8:35, 8:50, 9:40. 10:30. 11:00. 11:10,
a. m., 12:01, 12:15, 12:30, 12:50. 1:35, 1:30. 2:00, 2:30,
3:15, 3:40, 4:00, 4 1 10, 4:25. 4:10, 4:35. 4150, 5:00, 5:15.
6:30. 1:45. 6:00, 6:20, 6:475. 8:20, 9:00, 9:48, 10r20
ji:w, 11:30 p. m. weex-aaya, ana izuuiugnE, ex-
Bunaay. o:du, o:w, o:iu, ju.ows.ui..
J25, 12:50, 1:3a 2:30. 4:30,
5:30, 7:33, 9:00, 9:J0,
iiwp. in.. 12:111 nigm.
SOT7TIIWEST PENN KAILWAT
ForTJnlontown5:25and8:35a. m., 1:20 and 4:25 p.
ON AND AFTER MAT 25, 1391.
For Monongahel nty. West Brownsville and
TJnlontown. 10:49 a.m. For Monongahelrt Cttv
and West Brownsville. 7:35 and 10:40 a. m., and
4:50p.m. On Sunday, 8:55 a, m. and 1:01 p. m.
ForMonongahelaCltv only, 1:01 and 5:60 p. m.
week-days. Dravosburg Accom.. 6:00 a. m. and
f :20p. m. week days. West Elizabeth Accom.
8:35 a.m.. 4:15. 6:30. and 11:55 p. m. Sunday.
9:40 p. tn.
WEST rENNSXIVANIA. UITISION.
On AND AFTER JCNK 20, 1892.
From FEDERAL blT STATION. Allegheny
For Sprlngdale. week-days. 6:20. 8:43. 9:25. 10:40.
11:50.1. m.. 1:30, 2:25, 4:00. 5:00. 5:45, 6:10, BOO,
8:10. 10:30 and 11:40 p. m. Sundays, 12:35 and 9:30
For Butler, week-days, 6:20. 8:45, 10:40 a. m., 3:15
and 6:10 p.m.
For Freeport, wee'i-days, 6:55, 8:45, 10:40 a. m.,
3:15.4:00.5:00.3:10. 10:30 and 11:40 p. m. Sun
days 12:35 and 9:30 p. m.
For Apollo, week-days, 10:40 a. m. and 5:00 p. ra.
For Paulton and Itlalrsvllle, week-days, 6:55a, m.,
3:15 and 10:30 p. m.
MSTbe Excelsior Baggage Express Company
will call for and check baggage from hotels and
residences. Time cards and full information can
be obtainea at tne ucxer oraces-n o, iiu "m av
nne. corner ourtn
avenus ana xry uveiaaa
CHAS. E. l'UGH.
3. K. WOOD,
uroin rnisuurgn union Station.
Trains Bon by Central lime.
Northwest System Fort Wayne Ron te
DsrAmT for Chicago, points intermediate and beyond:
L20a.m.,7.10 a.m., 1ZZ p.m., 1.00 p.m., S'.e
p. m., 111.30 p.m. Arrive from same points : 1Z03
a.m., 11.15 ajn.. 6.00 ajn., 635 aja., 55p.m.,
TJxrAST fbrToledo.pointt intermediate and bevond:
t7.10a.m.,li20p.m.,ljMp.m.,ni0p.m. ARnr J
TJKPAJtT for Cleveland, points intermediate and
beyond: ffi-10 a-m- 7-10 a-m-. tl.30 pjn.,
li.06p.m. Arrivb from same pointa: S0a.m.,
tl-65 p.m., 5.55 p.m., t6.50p.m.
DsrART for Martins Ferry, Bridgeport and Beflaire:
rS.10a.m. jl.80 p.m 4.10 p.m. Akrivz from same
points : -putt a.m., 1.55 p.m., f6.50 p.m.
Depart for New Castle, Erie, Youngstown, Ashta
bula, points intermediate and beyond: 47.20 a.m.,
12.20 pjn. Arrive from same points: 25 p.m.,
Depart fcr New Castle, Jamestown, Youngstown
and NUes, f3.45 p.m. Arrive from same points:
Depart ta Yonngstown, 11SD pjn. Arjuvz from
Youngstown, 6.45 p.m.
SonthvrestSyMem-Pnn XTnnrtle Route
Depart for Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Sr,
Louis, points intermediate and beyond: 1.10 a.nu,
8.30 a.m., 3.4o p .nu, 11.15 p.m. Arrive from same
Depart for Columbus, Chicago, points intermedKta
and beyond: 1.10 a.m., 12.05 p.m. Arrive from
samepoints: 2.20 a.m., 3.05 pjn.
Depart for Washington. 6.15 a. m., 8.85 a.m
tl-65 p. m.,3.S0p.m., 4.45 p.m., 4.60p.m. Arrivs
from Washington, 6.55 a.m., 7.50 a.m., -f&50 a.m..
Titus a.m., TZ.8op.rn., to.zop.m.
Depart for Wheeling, 8.S0 a. m., 12.05 n'n.,
2.45 p. ra., 6.10 p. m. Arrive from Wheeling,
t8.45 a. m., 3 05 p. m. 50p.m.
PuiXMAif Sleeping Cars and PcixuAif DrmM
Cars run through, East and West, on principal trains
ot both Systems.
LoCAi. Sleepinc Cars nmntae to Columbus, Cin
cinnati, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Toledo and Chicago
are ready for occupancy at Pittsburgh Usioa Station
at 9 o'clock p.m.
Tike Tables of Through and Local Accommoda
tion Trains of either system, sot mentioned above, caa
beoVtaiaod at 110 Fifth Arena aad UmoaStsaioo,
Piiuatali. aad at principal ticket offices ol Sharon.
trraataXmea West of Pittsburgh.
DeHp. tJtl. Snudir. tx. Saturday. 1. .
JOSEPH WOOD. E. A. FORD,
kunl Kiaxgir. GcMrii gaiif tfmX
BALTIMOKE AND OHIO ltAILKOAD
bchednle In effect Nov. 13, 1892. Eastern time.
for u asnington. l.
C, Baltimore, Phila
delphia and New
York, "3 00 a m and
660. '3 00 a m. tlfo,
9 2a p m.
650, '800, 5830 am,
SI 10. $415, Jo 05 and
$650. 800. 1330am.
tlio. $415 and $5 05
For Ml, Pleasant.
yi ov nnn ?a w a m, 71 10, ?a 10 ana v w p m.
For Washington, Pa., 1 Jo and $9 30 a m, '400,
$4 43, 7 30 p m.
For Wheeling. 1 M and $9 30 a m. 4 00, 7 30.
For Cincinnati and St. Louis, 7 20 a m, 7 30
For Colnmbns. 7 20 a m, 7 30 p ra.
For NewarV, 7 10 a m, 7 20 p m.
For Chicago, 7 20 a m and 7 30 p m.
Trains arrive from Hew York. Philadelphia.
Baltimore and Washington. 6 20 am, 3 40pm.
From Columbus, Cincinnati and Chicago. 8 50
a m, '8 45 d m. From Wheeling, 8 50 and I0 45
a m, $ 15 and '3 45 p m.
Parlor and sleeping cars to Baltimore, Washing
ton, Cincinnati and Chicago.
-liaiiy. -uauT excepi aunuay. saunuay only.
The Pittsburg Transfer Company will call for and
check baggage from hotels and residences npon
orders left at B. & O. ticket omce, corner Fifth
avenue and Wood street, and C30 Smlthfleld street,
J. T. ODEI.L. . CHAS. O. SCULL.
General Manager. lien. Pass. Agent.
PITTSBURG AND LAKE ERIE RAILROAD
Company. -Schedule In effect Nov. 20. 1892, Cen
tral tlme.-P. Jfc L. E. R. K.-IlerAKT.-For Cleve
land. '7:00, 8:01 a. iru. "2:10. 4:20. '10:25 p. m. For
Chicago, 7:C0 a. m..2:10. 4:20 p. m. For Cincinnati
andSi.Louls,:10, 10:.iSp. in. For Buflalo.'llilj a.
m 4:10. '10:25 p.'m. For Salamanca. '8:00 a. m.
2110. )0:25 p. in. For Youngitown and. New
Castle, 7:00, '8:00. '11:15 a. m.. '2:10. W:30, 4:20.
10:25 p. m. For Beaver Falls. 5:35: "7:00. 8:00,
11:15 a. m.. '1:00. 2:10. 3:30, 4:10, 5:20. '10:2 p. m.
For Chanters, 15:30. 5:J5, rtXX 16:45, 7:10, "7:30
8:rXsS:lQ, 9:35. 10:30, '11:15. ll:4a.m 'liOO, 1:10,
3:10. 3:l. '4:25.5:10. 6:2a '8:00. 10:30 p. m.
AimiYE From Cleveland. '6:31 a. in.. '12:30.
3:15. '7:45 p. m. From Cincinnati, Chicago and
St, Louis, '6::o a. m.. '12:30. 7:45 p. m. From
Bntlalo. B:30 a. m.. 12:33. '5:15. 0 p. m. From
Salamanca. u:30, 10:0 a. m.. 7:45 p. m. r rom
Youngstown and New t astle. 6:30. 57.25. 10:C0
a. m.. '12aa '5:15. 1:4.". 9:30 p. m. From Beaver
Falls,5:20. '0:30, 7:25, '10:00 a. m., '120, 2:03, 300,
"3:15, 7:45. 9:3 p.m.
P., C. &Y. trains for MansHvild and Beechmont,
7:10 a. m. . 10:31 a. m., 3:45 p. m.
P.,C. &Y. trains from Mansfield and Beechmont,
6:57. 9:50. 9:55 a. m. 1:65 p. m.
P.. McK. & Y. K, R. DEPABT-For New Haven
and West Newton. '8:20 a. m 3rt0u. m.
AKBiVE-From New Haven and West Newton.
'9:00 a. m,, 4:07p. m.
For McKcesport. Elizabeth, Monougahela City
and Belle Vernon, '6:40,19:15, 11:05 a.m.,4:00,t5:25
From Belle Vernon. Monongahela Clty.ElIzabeth
and McKeesoort, t3:50, 1:40, tU:05 a.m.. 12:55. '5.-05
Dally. 1 Sundays only, t To and from New
Castle only. tTo and from McKeesport only.
City Ticket Office, C39 Smlthfleld Street,
Show DISPATCH adlets to be
iHest profitable te advertiser!.
---- -- -M-, ..i I -.11 ! !!
M Fifth Aivtne. o& Iff Jft f ssH
Better qualities and styles rever existed
in oar cloak room. Weather has been too
warm, though. Now that cold weather ii
come we cat the prices to create a rash.
Here are three hints of how much:
A. S& Worth 312.
All-wool cheviot cloth Jackets. Deep
collar and fall roll of imitation (real fur),
14 silk lined. Natural head fastenings,
and only 59.
A l$3.SO, VWox'tla i5.
Black Coney Capes, 18 inches long, lined
throughout with good satin. Yon never
saw its equal under ?5.
At. 913.SO, W-oxrfcfci. 313.
bier line of eleeant, stylish, com-
,ble, wann Newmarketi in plain or
fancfffviot. uome m
SPOT CAPES, -
PLEATED BACKS, """
ETC., ETC. , '
These are but three items out of many.
Visit our cloak department Whatever
you buy you'll get a bargain.
81, 83, 85, 87 and 89 Fifth Ave.
THE ONLY REASON
For the continued increase of THE'
DISPATCH adlets is that they give
DR. E. C. WEST'S
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Dizziness, Convulsions, Fits. Nervouj Xeuralglw
Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by ths un
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sanity, decay and dstth, Premature Old At. Loss
of Power lit either sex, Inroluntarr Losses ml
8prmatorrhn;a cansed by orer-TerUoa ot thi
brain, self-abuse or over-Indalgence. Each bos
contains one month'J treatment, sl.00 a bos, ;
six for J5.00, by raalU
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slxboTejwewlll send tho purchaser our.wrlttaa
guarantee to refund the money If the treatniai:
does not cure. Guarantees Issued only by Sllffa
G. 3TUCKY. Druggist, Sole Agent, No. 2131 aal
1701 Penn avenue, corner Wylle arcane and Vultoa
street, Pittsburg, Pa. Use Stu cky's lilarrhosji
Cramp Core. ZiandaJ cu. Ja-lxeoda
the wonderful remedy.
Is sold with a written
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Lost Manhood. Night
ly Emissions, Nerrou.
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tobacco, optnm or stimulants which soon lead to
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malk 6 for to. With every to order we jrive a written
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Address Kerve Seed Co., Chicago 111.
For sale In Pittsburg by JOS. FLEMI.N U 4 SO.V,
410 and 412 Market street. no24-44-TTg
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$5. One IciU plmse; six will cure. Pamphlet la
plain sealed pnvotort.' 2 stamps. Addrcs
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131 Woodward avenue. Detroit, Mich.
JSrSold In Pittsburg by
JOS. FLEMING & SON,
17-51-eodwk 412 Market street.
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sold WITH A
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over-exertion, youthful errors, or excessive use of
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