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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, - SATURDAY," DEOEMBER ;' "24, ' 189a
Defendants In the Criminal Conrt Have an
"Easy Time Yesterdiy--All of Them Ac
quittedAnother Homesteader to Be
Tried for Murder.
In Criminal Court yesterday Charles and
Emma Keppert and Etta Aiken were tried
for malicious mischief, for tearing down a
fence on the property of JolinReed on
Adams street, in Allegheny. In the cases
of Etta Aiken and Emma Keppert the de
fendants were found not guilty and the
prosecutor ordered to pay the cots.
Charles Keppert was also acquitted, but
ordered to pay the costs.
H.' A. Doverspike, the agent who was
charged by Frank Brown with embezzling
521, was lound not guilty.
William X eill was acquitted of the charge
of stealing a wagon lrom I Steel at 510
G. Albert, who was charged with appro
priating the money from tie sale of a horse
belonging to V. Lazarvitz to his own use7
was acquitted bat ordered to pay costs.
Jacob Solomon, charged with illegal
liquor selling in Penn township, was tried,
The jury Is out.
KEEPING CEIX4BS CLEAN.
The Health Bureau Goes ro Court to Test
Assistant City Attorney JFettennan yes
terday filed the suit of the city of Pittsburg
and Bureau of Health against Anton Spoer
lein. The case is brought to recover a fine
of 525 imposed on Spoerlein for violating
the provisions of the act of 1872. He was
charged with permitting the cellar under
his house, 2f o. 14 Trent street, to become
loul and offensive and injurious to the pub
lic health by allowing foul water, etc, to
accnmulate and lefusing to remove it when
notified to do so.
Blame Held for Conrt.
Gustav Blume, charged before United
States Commissioner Gamble with selling
liquor at Dunbar, Pa., without haying paid
a Government tax, yesterday waived a hear
ing, and was committed to jail for trial at
Another Homestead Murder Trial.
Jlai Xewman, charged with the murder
of Thomas Coyne at Homestead, will be
Tint on trial next "Wednesday. The murder
'ccurred in a boarding house on November
Next Week's Trial List.
Criminal Court Tuesday Commonwealth
vs William Strotbers (2), William Cistello,
Julia Vales, Samuel Crawford, Thomas
Marra, William Uoncb, ValerioEapnseinski,
Fred Schlecting, Edward Barron, Henry
Daley. McCuruy Dricker, Bridget Burrco.
John Kelly, Edward Kitchey, George Keilcr,
J. Cnrdey. John Nnwmever. Kate Jones,
Joseph Heenan, Walter Steyens, Bridget
Gallagher (2), A. E. Walker. John Camp
bell. John Gavin, Henry Ilel pilar. David
Helpbar. Henry Lautz, William H. Conley,
Wednesday Max Newman, Louis Simon,
F. W. Gerdes, Virginia Little, Chas. Arnold,
Geo. Pearod, Kobert Baxter (2), George
Lance, D. W. Pollock, Jos. W. Kunrth, Hor
ace F. Lowrey. C. C Mny, John W. Ander
son, Mike. Jordan, Andtew Strack.
Thursday Mary Ann Ford.LoulsDorstein.
Sarah Dorstein, J. G. Hubert, Clara Lautz,
Mary -Mnruel, Jnbn Penn, Mike Dunaber,
George F. Kndisill. W. J. Backhouse, Antori
Kasopskl, Frank Wolf, Harrv Gripp (21.
Friday Albert Wilkert, D. A. Kelly, James
A Bundle of Legal Briefs.
Jexsie WisrcAKyiit yesterday Issued an
execution against George J. Shaefer for
Crxuixax Couet adjourned yesterday at
noon and ho more cases viillbe tried until
Joseph Cltxait yesterday entered suit
against George H. Bennett, J., for $10,000 ror
depriving him of the services of his daugh
Elvika Joses yesterday filed a petition
asking for an inquest In lunacy on her
mother, Margaret Trew. The latter is an
inmate of the Allegheny City Home.
Attokxets WATrxrsox axd Heed yester
day filed the diyorce suitor Virginia F. Mar
tin, of Allegheny, by her next friend. Harry
Bratt, against Thomas J. Martin. They
were married July 23, 1S77, and separated
October IS, 1SS5. Desertion is charged.
Washington, Pa. Marion Carry has peti
tioned conrt to pass sentence upon his
brother, Hugh, recently convicted of burn
ing the tormer's property.
McKxESroET Charles Foreman, lately
proprietor of the Bridge hotel In Scottd-ilp,
has run off from this city with Amelia Wood,
head waiter in his hotel.
BRADEXVTLI.X, Pa. George Austraw and
son, of Ligonier, were struck by a train, and
the father is now at the point of death,
while the -on Is badly injured.
Columbus Another effort is now being
made by tho friends of E. L. Harper. Vice
President and wrecker of the Cincinnati
Fidelity National Bank, to secure his par
don. Martin's Febbt Miss E C. Lope was ar
rested here on a charge of attempted mur
der, with dynamite, of Thomas Hanson and
.family, with whom slio lived. She is thought
to he insane.
Greenville. W. Va. Mrs. Josie Akers, a
newly-married woman, has committed sul
clde because of lonelines. She had seen
living in a busy town, but her new homo
was in a wild country place.
Lra a A bad wreck occurred on the C., H
& D. Railroad yesterday, between Deshlcr
"nnd Believiie, resulting in the deith of
Kobert Demmine, of Lima, aud tho smash
ing of about SO cars.
Hamilton's Holiday Sale
Continuing with a great rush. Stop
for a moment nnd loik in window; then
step inside nnd you'll eo that th win
dow (although wonderful) is but a
small show or what is inside plenty of
everything in the music line, trom ele
gant upright pianos down to mouth
organs at 5c each. The goods are all of
the best and everything warranted.
To-day and Mondavwe give a beau
tiful little book with each purchase
made. Open every evening.
91 nnd S3 Futh avenue.
Christmas Only a Day Off!
Quick! What shall I buyT
Something in, diamond jewelry.
Something in silverjeclry.
Something in w atchea.
Something in bric-a-brac
Something in bronze.
Ton have rrom 7 this morning 'til 11 to
night to buy It In. Your choice is unlimited
here. E. P. Koberts& Sons,
1 Iftti and Market.
What more desirable Christmas gift to
lady or gentleman than a pair ot our gloves
and one of those fine Gloria silk or silk um
brellas bought of the Lonvie. 24 Sixth street,
directly opposite Bijou Theater.
Open TJntH 11 O'clock To-Night
To accommodate everybody who have not
yet bought their Christmas gilts. Have you
Haedt & Hayes, Jewelers,
5i9 Smlthdela street.
At cost to close ut. HENnr Bekgeh,
C12 and 644 Liberty street.
in the city.
Special Kepuced Prices.
Hotter Bros.t& Co,
507 Wood street,.
MEETINGS AND NOTICES.
"VTOTICE-Slilppers of poultry, game and pro
J. duce, if you want prompt returns, ship to
Alleffhenr Prodnce Comnanv. 3S. Diamond. AUe-
TTOTICE-WK DESIRE TO CALL ATTENTION
J. to the facilities offered by our bureau for the
supplying without cost to business houses of ex
perienced bookkeepers, stenographers, private
secretaries, etc.; we have a list of competent office
men which we 6hall be pleased to show von.
WOOLsEY & HAMILTON, Brokers, 96 Fourth
VTOTICE TO HOLDERS OF BONDS OF THE
J.1 county of Allegheny, Pennsylvania, Ihe
binVlng Fund Commissioners of the county or
Allegheny, jjtate of Pennrylvanla, by virtue of
authority veiled In them by act of Assembly ap
proved Arrll 22, A. D., 186J, do hereby notify the
holders of Allegheny county compromise bo ids
that bonds numbered and dated as lollows, to wit;
Coupon compromise bonds Nos. 358.319, 300. 361.
332. 363. 364, 365. 3tt 337, also registered enrapro-mlM.-
bonds Nos. 555, 559. 360.56I.S7a, all bearlngdate
of January 1. 1863, and maturing January 1. 1913,
.will be paid together with Interest to
January 1, 1893, upon presentation at the
office or the County Controller, at Pitts
burg. Pa., at which time all Interest on said
bonds will cease. REUBEN MILLER,
J AS. J. DONNELL,
JAMES A. GUI Kit,
Sinking Fund Commissioners.
A NNUALMEETING-THE ANKUAL MEET-ii-
ING of the stockholders of the Monomraheia
Navigation Company will beheld at the office of
tlicconipanv. No. 8 Wood street, Pittsburg. Pa.,
on THURSDAY. Januarr 12. 1833. at 2 o'clock p.
v.. for the election ot officers for tbt ensuing year
and the transaction of other business.
W. BAKEWELu Secretary.
VrOTICE-THE ANNUAL ELECTION FOR
i Trust- es of the Masonic Fund Socletv will be
held In Kree Masons' HalL Fifth av., TUESDAY,
December 27. 1832, from 6 to 8 o'llock P it.
C. C. BAUU, President.
Third Natioxal Bank, PITtsbcko. I
December 10, 1892. (
I7LECTION-TIIE ANNUAL ELECTION FOR
j nine directors of this bank, to serve for the
ensuing vear. will be held at the banking house. 525
and 523 Vood St.. on TUESDAY. January 10, 18J3,
between the hours of 11 A. M. and I r. i.
First National Hank, 1'iTTbBi'BO, Pa.
THE ANNUAL ELECTION FOR NINE DI
KECTOUS for this bank to serve for the ensu
ing rear will be held at the banking house, corner
ood st. and Fifth av.. TUESDAY. Januarr 10,
ltsz, between the hours of 12iioon and 1 r. u.
J. D. bCULLY, Cashier.
December 10. ISM.
Duquesve National Banx, )
PirrsBDito. P.. Dec 10, 189i J
I7LECTION-THE ANNU L ELECTJON'FOR
j (10) ten directors to serve this Dank for the en
suing Tear will be held at the banking house. No.
4W bmithfleld street, on 1U1.SDAY. January 10,
lts93. between the hours of 12 m. and 1 P. M.
A. II. PAlT-EsON. Cashier.
DISSOLUTION NOTICE-NOTICE IS nERE
I1Y given thst the firm or Houston
McShaje at No. 19 Seventh avenue,
Pittsburg, has this day been dissolved by
mutual consent, Hugh Houston withdrawing from
said Arm. All the 'leots due said Arm will be pay
able to J. L. Mcbhane. who wlllc ontlnue the busi
ness oi'said ia;e Arm at said place and who will
assume ana pay off all the liabilities of said Arm.
H. HOUSTON, J. L. M'SHANE.
In retiring from the above Arm I beg to respect
fullv recommend my successor, J. L, MeShane, to
the'patronageorthe public. II. HOUSTON.
Pittsburg. Dec 15. 1892.
ADMINISTRATION NOTICE NOTICE IS
hereby given that letters of administration
on the estate of Charles Lang, deceased, late of the
Third ward, Allegheny, have been Issued to me.
All persons Indebted to said esta'e will make pay
ment to me, and all persons having claim will pre
sent same to rac. MARTIN -UIIIM, Administra
tor. 101 Liberty street, Allegheny.
Deckubeb 2, 1892.
JOUN A. WILSON. Attorney at Law,
149 Fourth avenuc.
E STATE OF JAMES A. CARSON. DE-CEASED-Notlcels
hereby given thatletters of
administration on the estate of James A. Carson
Imc been granted to the undersigned, to whom all
rcsons lndi bted to said estate are requested to
make Immediate pavment, and those having claims
against the same should make them known with
out delay. MARTHA.M. CAUSON. Harmervllle,
JOHN A. WILSON,
Attorney at Law., 149 Fourth avenne.
ESTATE OF CATHERINE NORMECUTT. DE-CEAED-Jotice
Is hereby given thatletters
or administration cum testamento annexo on the
estate of Catherine Normecutt, deceased, hmc
been granted to the undersigned, to whom all i-er-sons
Indebted to tald estate are requested to make
linnudiate payment, and those having claims
against the same should make rthrm known with
out delay. EMMA C. NORMECUTT, 5:6 Lincoln
av., I- E.. city.
East End Residence? To Let.
rpO LET 3-room dwelling near cable line: 7 min
X utcs from postoffice; all modern convenieuces;
rent 2I per month; Immediate possession. C. H.
Loe. 93 Fourth av .
PO LET Furnished houso facing park. 10 rooms
X and all conveniences: will rent from now un
til August 1 at a low rent. Black A Balrd, 1)5
Allechenv Residences To Let-
TO LET John K. EwIngA CO., 107Tederl Ft.,
headquarters lor Allegheny houses: free list
rpO LET Send a list of vonr tenants to John K.
X Lwlng & Co.. 107 Federal street, and have your
January quit notices served promptly.
Booms To Let.
AVERY ST. 50, Allegheny Furnished front
room, both gases: rent 810.
DINWIDDIK bT 212 Furnished rooms; both
gases, bath, etc
IFTH AV., 623-Furaished room; second floor.
I70I!BES AV.. 4S9-3 due rooms all on first floor
. suitable for a youug couple.
I ACOCK ST.. 1CS. Allegheny Furnished rooms:
j 82, t2 59 and f3 per week.
PENN AV.. 404-Thlrd story front room suitable
for two gentlemen.
T) OOM Large room, furnished or unfurnished:
Xii both gases: bath: with or without board; Du
quesne cars pass door. Oakland. Dispatch office.
OOMS-J6 per month. 737 Fifth av.
r ee additional wnebuuaer Named i.oaruer
JUnsinPRs Stands To LeU
TO LET Space with power (almost any slie or
quantity or space can be had) In the Lyle &
McCance building on Virgin alley, near Wood st. ;
location one of the most central and accessible In
the cltv. bee W. A. Herron & Sons, No. 80 Fourth
TO LET Tworslory building 40x100. 391 and 303
Pennsylvania av.. with boiler, engluc. shaft
ing, suitable for stair builder or carpenter. Inquire
J. W. Carey, Monterey and Taylor avs.. Alle
T'O LET Very nice storeroom, over 100 feet deep:
suitable for confectionery, drygoods or first
class grocery: good location for 5 or 10c store: on
one or tht best streets In East Liberty. Inquire of
L. Fundls & Son, 41 Frank! town av.. E. E.
fro LET Very suitable for clubhouse, large brick
1 house of 18 spacious rooms, large halls, latest
fixtures, on Penn av. near Fourth st . which can
be leased lor a term tif three to Ave years. See V .
A. Herron & Sous. No. SO Fourth av.
'PO LET Space wlih power; every convenience;
X corner Penn av. aud Third st. Nicola Bros.,
.u jruui av.
IO LET New 4-story warehouse, corner Fourth
. av. and Liberty st. C. H. Love.M Fourth av.
Offices, Desk Loom, Et, To Lot.
TO LET in the Ferguson block. Third and
Fourth avs.. a few choice offices; day and
night elevator. Uectrlc clocks and Janitor service
lrcc: rent low. Black & Balrd. No. yj Fourth av
rpo LET In the Hamilton building, 91-B3 Filth
X av., choice offices, with all conveniences; rent
ow. Black Balrd. No. 113 Fourth av.
rpo LET Third floor. Masonic Kant building:
X rooms suitable for artist, draughtsman, archi
tect or light manufacturing.
TO LET Deikroom in our main office at from $5
and upward with use of desk, etc C. H.
Love. 93 Fonrth av.
Miscellaneous To Lets.
SOLET-Chemlcal diamond ear drops ana pins
in solid gold settings J2 50 and up. Emlt's, cor.
berty and smlthfleld and 311 Smlthfleld.
nM) LET Sfab'eon alley, between Fonrth av.and
X Diamond St.. and between cmlthfield st. aud
Cherry alley. C H. Love. 83 Fourth av.
.T70UM) A. Carlson 109 Carson St.. Southslde. Is
X carrying the finest stock of Americas and Swiss
watches al lowest prices.
J70U.ND Bargains which will surprise you: sew
. ing machines at $5 up. at Sewing Machine Ex
change. 17 Diamond bt., Pittsburg.
OUND Small, red cow on Mayflower st. Tues-nar-owner
can have same bv nrovinenron-
ertyan'd paring expenses. L. Kaufman. 188 May
flower st.. E. E.
LOST Solid gold spectacles onlv (3 at Smlt's,
cor, SmlthHeld and Liberty and 311 bmlthflcld
LOsT At II. & O. depot a gold handled um
brella with "Maggie Hanlln from Charlie"
engraved on handle. Finder will be rewarded by
leaving same at Dispatch office.
Dec. SI. 1893.
PROPOSALS THE BOARD OF MAN
AGERS of the Pennsylvania Industrial
F.elormatory Huntingdon, Pa., will re
ceive bids for supplies needed during the
rear 1833. Bids njay be sent in on the 1st of
January, April, July and October, and con
tracts jvllL be awarded promptly. The
blanks$tatln-r the articles to be furnished,
and the probable amounts required, will bs
sent on application. The board reserves the
ribt to reject any or all bids not considered
to the interest of the State.
T. B. PATTON,
43 Classified real estate advertisements on this
I age ten cents per line for each Insertion, and
none takenor less than twenty cents.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
ADVERTISEMENTS ON THIS PAGE
Classified Hnder the following headings will be ac
cepted at the rate of
ONE CENT PER WORD
TOR EACH INSERTION when paid for In ad
vance either at mam or.bra.nch offices.
TTanfed Advertisements of All Einds,
malt: help, boakdinb,
female help, boarders,
TO LET BOOMS.
MISCELLANEOUS FOR HALES,
LOST AND FOUND.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH.
Cor. SmlthHeld aud JJlnmond Streets.
BRANCH OFFICES AS FOLLOWS. WHERE
WANTS, FOR SALE. TO LET AND OTHER
1RANSIENT ADVERTISEMENTS WILL BE
RECEIVED UP TO 9 P. M. FOR INSERTION.
Advertisements should be prepaid unless adver
tisers already have accounts with Trra Dispatch.
FOR ALLEGHENY, NO. 107 FEDERAL Sr
FOR THE SOUTHSlDi, '412 CARSON ST.,
TELEPHONE NO. 6022.
FORTHEEASr END, J.W.WAXii-Avix 6121
THOMAS MCCAFFREY. 3509 Butler st.
EM1L G. STUCKEY. 2h street and Penn avenne.
F. H. EGOERi&SON. Ohio and Chestnut st.
THOMAS McHENRY. Western and Irwin avs.
ACTIVE WORKERS everywhere to sell the
"Lite of Jay Uould. and How Ho Made His
Millions;" about 6u0 extra large paires; prornsely
Illustrated; retail nnlvjl 53; 40.000agenU wantedt
bonanra for workers: books on credit: best terms:
outfit and Instructions mailed free on application.
Address Globe Bible Publishing Co.. 723 Chestnut
st.. Philadelphia, Pa., or 358 Dearborn St., Chicago.
ARCHITECT-Ome who has had large experience
In designing flne show cases for exhibit, etc.
Address P. O. Box 259, Pittsburg. Pa.
ARBER-For Saturday. No. 718 Fifth av. or 101
"D ARBER for Saturday; good pay. 1539 Penn av.
T ARBER for Saturd&f. 276 Ohio St., Allegheny,
T ARBER for Saturday at 115 Ohio st.
TARBEE-For to-day. 604 Forbes st.
T ARBER at 247 Ohio St.. Allegheny.
BLACKSMITH Good sober man competent to
take charge of blacksmith work for prescrip
tion bottle house: must understand how to run an
engine. Address Marlon Flint Glass Company,
Marlon, Ind. -
OY Office boy. Address, giving age. Box 211,
1 uisuurgx'. u.
BOOKKEF.PEH By a large wholesale whisky
house: flrst-llass bookkeeper by January 1,
1813; one familiar with the business preferred. Ad
dress Whisky, Dispatch office.
( IAN VASSERS Salarv or commission: forholl
1 day novelties. 102 Fourth av.,. Room 6.
DRIVER Two good drivers, well acquainted In
both cities. Call at 112 First av.
DRUG CLERK- Qualified assistant or registered
pharmacist; state years of experience and
salary expecteJ. Address Box 143, Brownsville,
DRUG CLERK-Reglstcred Q. A.: must be rec
ommended and speak German; sober. Apply
in person to U. J. Stenger. Homestead, Pa.
,RTJO CLERK-Q. A.; German preferred.
nuinui, ujspaicil uuitt
AN First-class man for Saturday.
itoin. i tsm av.
M OLDER A No. 1 skilled brick molder at once:
wages no object: none but a good man need
apply. KeppGear, Wheel and Foundry ComDany.
cor. South av. and Walker St.. Allegheny.
ORGAMsT-For reed organ, M. E Church In
Allegheny: state experience, reference, salary
expected. Address Organ, Dispatch office.
PATTI-RNMAKEBS-Three skilled pattcrn
' makers at once; good wages to right parties;
must be sober men. Kepp Oear. wheel and
Foundry Company, cor. South av.and W alter sts..
SALESMAN A good salesman to6clI nursery
stock, salary (75 per mouth, Addrcs for full
particulars The Assurlty Nursery Co., Geneva,
SALESMAN WANTED-Exoerlenced, on com
mhslun. to represent mill with cheap line of
ladles' hose to the Jobbing trade in Pittsburg and
vicinity. Address D. At.. DLpatch office.
CALESMEN to handle our famous patent Foun
O tain Ink Eraser, the latest and most complex
eraser ever invented, overcoming tvery objection
to the old erasers: used like a fountain pen: will
erase Ink and other stains instantlr: leaves no
mark and has no equal: will sell itself when Its
perfect work is shown. We give cxc'uslvo terri
tory, and allow from 150 to 300 per cent profit: en
receiptor 50 cents will mall sample with price list
and terras: also a sample of our cclebiated Plnless
Clothes Line for 50 cents, or sample of both for 31.
Plnless Clothes Line Co., No. 97 Hermon St..
SECRETARY, who must he a good business man
and have from S2.000 to tS.OUO'ln money to put
Into the company: we are employing about 100
men, and want a secretary to have an Interest with
us In the company. Apply to John McC ave. Pres
ident, Sumner Glass Company. Steubcnvllle. O.
"TiriREJIEN At once. Inside electric light wlre-
V men, with tools. Evans & Robblns, Room
4. Hartley building.
7 OUNO MAN for office clerk; High School grad
X sale living with parents preferred: give age,
salary expected and references. 'Address Al, Dis
GENTS Salary or commission to agents to han
I. die the Patent Chemical Ink Erasing Pencil!
the most useful and novel Invention of the age;
erases ink thoroughly In two seconds: works like
magic: 2C0 to 500 per cent profit; agents making
S50 per week: we also want a general agent to take
charge of territory and appoint sub agents: a rare
chance to make money. Write for terms and sam
ple of erasing. Monroe Eraser Mfg.Co., X10, La
AGENTS-Mlneral Lamp Wicks never burn out;
no smoke, no soot, no trimming; light equal
to gas: three samples 10c; assorted dozen 25c.
btayner &, Co., Providence, E. I.
AGENTS We want men who are already travel
ing salesmen to carrv onr lubricants as a side
line; name references aud territory. Manufact
AGENTS Stove polish mittens: shine stove bet
ter than brush; last longer, keeps hands clean;
agent's oatflt 25c, three sets 60c. stayner Co.,
Providence. R. I.
4 GENTs 13 to 37-dally: experience unneces
A Bary. Putnam J Co., Perfumers, West Wln
GENT To sell WIegand's picture hanger.
L Wiegand Hanger Co., 1231 Peun.
Female Help Wanted.
ptOOK First-class female cook. 185 Fifth av.
GIRL for general housework. 159 Grant av.,
' AIIegheny:references required; good plsee
with small family.
IRL At 85 Sheffield St., Allegheny.
LADIES makef20 a week who write for us at
home; no canvassing. Reply with addressed
and stamped envelope. Woman's Co-operative
Toilet Co. (Incorporated, South Bend, Ind.
VTURSE To take complete charge of Infant. Ad
1 dress A. P.. Dispatch office.
On A House girls, cooks, maids, waitresses. No.
ZUU 15 Third st., Allegheny.
Hale and female Help Wanted.
HELP At once, man cook, waiter, farm hands,
teamster, hotel cooks, dishwashers, cham
bermaids, laundress, dining room, girls; family
cooks, (5 per waek; chambermaids. 200 house glrlsl
half-grown girls, middle-aged nurse, colored
cook. Mcchan's Agency, 545 Grant st.
HELP Cooks, chambermaids, dining room
girls nurses, houseglrls, German and colored
girls, laundresses, hotel help, drivers, farm hands,
white aud colored waiters, one colored boy. Miss
Dolan, successor to Mrs. Thompson, 608 Grant st.
LADIES or young men to take light, pleasant
work at their own homes; 1 to (3 per day can
be quietly made; work sent by mail; no canvass
ing. For particulars address Globe Mfg. Co., Box
5331, Boston. Mass. Established ls80.
LADIFS or gentlemen wishing to add CO a day to
thelrincome. For particulars address Rem
sen. Dispatch office.
POSITION as bookkeeper, by a young man at
present in the employ of a large corporation.
Double Entry, Dtspitch office.
POSIIION-I am a flrsKhus shipping clerk and
1 salesman:, good references. Address C. C,
POSITION by a good stenographer and book
keeper. Address Stenographer, Dispatch
POSITION as clerk In any kind of a wholesale
X house. Address A. V Dispatch office.
POSITION as drug clerk. Address C. P., Dis.
SITUATION In store by young man who has had
two years' experience in a Jewelry store; good
reference. Young. Dispatch office.
SITUATION As carriage driver. Address K.
J5.. Dispatch office.
Boarders and Lodcers Wanted.
BO ARDERS-Few more table boarders; first-clan
board and private- home; per week, as
Fifth ay. ,
Hotels, Dining; and Lunch Ttooms.
HOTEL FEDERAL, in Federal, Allegheny
1 1 50, S2 day : special ratas when permanent.
HOTEL NORWOOD Most popular resort In the
Fast End: Duquesne electric cars pass the
door: finest accommodation for driving parties;
restaurant and bar attached: celeorated Moerleln's
Cincinnati beer on draught; reasonable rates.
Frank Y. Over, proprietor, 202 to 270 Franks
Business Opportunities WanteJ.
HAVE vou a business vou wish to sell: have you
a frm you wish to dispose of. Consult Wool
tey & Hamilton. No. 90 Fourth av. f
fTTANTED To represent parties manufacturing
V specialties used by steam users, engineers
firebrick makers, etc., on salary and commissions
reference. Address P. O. Box 123, Pittsburg, Pa.
1 AN TED Board and two rooms by ft brother
TI and sister: state location and full price: we
njust have a reilued and quiet pince for a per
manent home. Address Westmore, Dispatch
ENSWANGER& ZAHN-Flre Insurance. 60
JOHN K. EWING & CO., 107 Federal st., make
quick loans: money ready.
MON EY to loan at lowest market rates on Dond
and mortgage; no delay. Heed B. Coyle &
Co.. Cor. 1' ourth av. aud Grant st.
MONEY to loan on mortgages: can rhrnlsn. any
sum desired; no delay. Piper &. Clark, 131
ON EY to loan on mortKape: no delav; lowest
interest, no warn crown. iai rounnav.
ONEYIoloan on mortgages; lowest Interest;
no aeiay. juacK & uairu, w r ourui av.
MORTGAGES on city or Allegncny county
property nt lowest rates. Henry A. Weaver,
& Co.. 92 Fourth av.
rpO LOAN 120.1,000 on mortgages: tlOO and up
X ward at 6 per cent; 5O0,C0O at 4H per cent on
residence or business property vacant lots or
farms. S. H. French, 125 1 ourth av.
WANTED-Mortgages on improved city or Alle
gheny city property. UcCune & Coulter, 93
WANTED-To make you a quick loan on mort
gage. Snyaer & White. 102 Fourth av.
ATERENNIAL SOUVENIR-Actual Business
College, No. 5 Sixth av.. will give full gradu
ating courses in bookkeeping or shorthand and
typewriting at S25. one-half the catalogue rates,
until Fenrnary 1. Young and middle-aged men
aud women desiring to acquire a practical educa
tion should call at once to secure this generous
offer. Graduates constantly placed In positions
Day and evening sessions. Bookkeeping taught
by actual huslness practice. Write for catalogue.
M. J. Connor, President; J. M. Phillips, Dean of
ALL persons to examine my stock of green vege
tables, dressed poultry, etc.. belore buying
your goods elsewhere ror yi.ur Christmas dinner.
A nice fresh lot of goods at low prices. John Men
gel, stall 123, Diamond Market, Flttshnrg.
DR. JENKINS GRIFFITH'S Ta-va-zon Cough
Syrup cures lagrlppe. coughs, colds, consump
tion: Immediate relief guaranteed. Pharmacy,
Third and Grant.
I.'LM TitH Mlg. and SnpplyCo.,31i Bissell block,
j Pgh.. 61 Federal. Allegh'y: incandescent vid
bell wiring; electrical repairing a specialty;
1ADIES' Dining and Lunch Room Holldav
j 1 buyers when out shopping Innch atKeran's
adits' lavorlte lunching resort, 903 Penn av.
1JAINTING and plate glaBs glazing. R. C. Miller,
. 526 Grant St.. Pltt6burg.
EOPENINGof the Palace l'llliard Parlor, No.
77j5lh av. ; everything flrst-class. F. G. Bru.
1 'RUN Its named to ana trom tne Last End for
fifty cents. Campbell & Davis, No. 12 Seventh
av. Telephone 276.
WANTED-Rlfle shooters to attend a turkey
shoot on Monday. December2G. end or Cali
fornia av. car line, from 10 A. 31, to 5 p. M. ; per
mission to me your own guu
WANTED -Solid gold rings for ltdles SI 50. ?2,
(2 IS at Smll's, cor. Liberty and Smithfield
and311SmIlhfieldit. Open evenings.
WAN TED - A home ror a boy 2 yrs. old. Apply
at cnildren's Aid Soc., 73 sixth av., Satur
day from 9 to 4.
WANTED Contracts of hanllng for all klnas of
wholesale houses at lowest rates. M. K.,
WANTED By dentist, 2d floor room for office;
location central. Address W. W., Dispatch
OOD and plioto engraving; .lairtones: ciectro-
tvnlnr llruarlnn 7H Wftiirfh nVA
FOB SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
PIANO Good upright piano: must sell, cheap.
105 Pennsylvania av., Alleglreny.
Bubber Stamps nnd Stencils For Sale.
GETyonrrubbcrstnmps. steel stamps, stencils,
' seal presses, brass checks, etc. from SbeaHer
t Co.. 41) Filth av.. Duff's College building.
TJBBER stamp and seal factory, the largest in
Plffchnro' t !fl Vmirth av. McMahon Bros.
STENCILS, steel 6tamps.
seal presses, rubber stamps, ctc
w. A. Buntlnts. 20 Fifth av.. cor. Market.
Horses, Vehicles, Live Stock For Sale.
TlELl VERY wagons-Delivery wagons all styles;
XJ our own make. Wm. Beckert, 310 to m Ohio
St.. Allegheny. Telephone 31:0.
ORSE-Black riding and drlvlngi. perfect
beauty, sound, cneap and gentle. 1x1 x irsi
ONE carriage, almost new: one barouche, old;
one set good harness; owner quit housekeep
ing: will tell at a bargain. James M. Wilkinson,
421 Wood st.
Machinery and Metals For Sale.
BOILERS and engines, second hand: all sizes
from 4 to 130 h. p.: cheapest In the market: 64
hollers and engines in stock, stationary and porta
ble, upright boilers, mounted tarm engines, steam
pumps, governor, pulleys and shafting. TeL 3401.
23-25 Park way. J. S. Young. Allegheny. Pa.
Crayons, Fhotofrraphs, Etc
JH. GREEN, successor to G. Aufrecht, at 77
. t lfth av., having thoroughly remodeled and
refurnished the photographic studio. Is now pre
pared to do all photo, crayon, pasiell and water
color work at the popular prices; satisfaction
Miscellaneous For Sale.
BRICK 5.C0O, COO new building brick in quanti
ties to suit buyer at Bedford av.. near Penn
Incline. John Lanz & Co., Llm, City tele
FOR SALE-Flrst bond and mortgage on valu
able property for l.C0O at 6 per cent: time, one
and two years. Address Mortgage. Dispatch office.
X)R SALE 1.000 pair garters at $1. Smlt's, cor.
. Liberty and Smlthfleld and 311 Smlthfleld.
MISCELLANEOUS-Watches of every descrip
tion 82 50 and up at Smlt's, cor. Smithfield
and Liberty and 311 Smithfield st.
POOL and billiard tables. Inquire at 1118 Penn
FE Large folding door safe; also, small safe;
Dig uargain. ts uiamona si.
SAINT FRANCIS oranges before breakfast Im
prove the appetite nnd aid digestion. All Saint
Francis oranges have Dr. Harris' name and a reg
istered number on each wrapper. No others arc
genuine. The bef grocers sell there. Don't be
deceived. One Saint Francis orange Is worth two
ordinary ones. It coils Dr. Harris' sixty-live cents
to say tills. It onlv costs Ave cents to prove It.
FOB SALE BUSINESS.
Business Opportunities For Sale.
AN interest in a manufacturing business in tne
city, a legitimate and old-established concern
and making money; we have examined a state
ment of the condition of the company, which is
very satisfactory: the showing Is cxcellsnt:jMr
tlcnlars will be given ronfldentlally at our oulce.
Jas. W. Drape A Co., 313 Wood St., Pittsburg.
A N old established firebrick business now In full
.Q. running order and highly prosperous, clear
lug at least 110,000 a j ear: this may he regarded as a
line opening. Jas. W. Drape & Co., 313 Wood St.,
LICENSED HOTEL Inquire C. X, Dispatch
MEAT MARKET-In a good, lively town, cheap
for cash. Call on or address C D. Strickland,
SALOON Good paying saoon in Cleveland, op
posite Central Market Uuuse: must sell owing
to other bnslness engagements. Address Saloon,
415 Outarlo St., Cleveland, O.
SPLENDID business site. In heart of city. James
5 M. Wilkinson. 421 Wood st
STEAM LA UNDRY doing good business In town
of 12,000, near city: good reason for selling.
Address Lex. Dispatch, office.
Manufacturing; Sites For Sale.
POR SALil Manufacturers, attention: don't put
off buying on the Monongahcla river or yon
will have to pay double befoxe long; I have an op
tion on the finest site on the river: large enough
for a town. Address James M. Wilkinson, 421
Wood st Chamber of Commerce floor.
MANUFACTURING SITES in both cities and
in suburbs, with and without buildings and
machinery, with be,t of railroad aud water facu
lties. Call or address T. H. Dickson, 111 Fourth
av., room 45.
Coal Lands For Sale.
I "10AL LAND I have for sale desirable coal lands
V til tUO vuiiciu I tM at: ft, 1 us vu nvi Jutfiuuu
Railroad and Monongahcla river. Pittsburg dis
trict; the Panhandle region. West Virginia and
Ohio, r or maps and particulars call at my office.
No. 8 Wood St., J. ,11. Hlllman. ,
A 000 Acres high class coal lands on the Monon
rrj gahela river: -can be bought at a bargain.
Jnmesil. Wilkinson, 421 Wood St., Chamber Of
l 800 Acres Third pool coal, with large nver
jli iraniuB inn dcis ot tnippinB; l&ciuucs A,Ua
liVMVUj lllJB UlUfcU t,i tswia w.
FOB SALE LOTS.
THIttTY-SECOND WARD, city, within 10 min
utes' walk of Monongahela Incline; very cheap
lots and on easy terms. McCnne & Coulter, 83
East End Lots For Sale.
FOR SALE-Sehenley Park lots 50x150. greater
frontage If desired. Woodland avenue, be
tween Forbes avenue and Scbehley Tark: asphai
turn pavement; street railroad; cheap; easy terms
Frank F. Mcola, S10O Forbes or 20 Fifth avenue.
LOTS-Cheapest. most desirable lots near electric
Hue;, easy terms. George Brooks. Brnsnton.
Allegheny Lou For Sale.
LOT on Buena Vista st., between North and Tay
lor avs.. Allegheny; will be sold low. McCune
& Coulten, 08 Fourth av.
Suburban Lots for Sale.
CIHARTIERS LOTS-Fine building lots at Char
J tiers (McKee's Rocks borough): S250 and up
ward, according to size and location; the most
accessible of an v suburb of Pittsburg: 10 minutes
by the P. & L. E. R. K. ; a minutes by Chartlers
packets: 20 minutes by new electric line (now
almost completed) from foot or Fifth ave. : these
lots Iron ton line of electric road: are centrally
located in the midst of a population of about 3,000;
Chartlers now has one large steel works, one roll
ing mill, one bridge works, one coke works, the
P. & L. E. It. R. shops, besides several smaller
manufactories, and other large concerns have pur
chased land for factory sites. For plans and partic
ulars, call or address T. H. Dickson, 111 Fourth
ave,. Room 45.
"1 OTS Wllkinsbnrg lots In tne Huntcrplan.three
Xj squares trom the new traction lines, at S30O,
$350. i7S and $400; some of them wlth.si0 cash pay
ments and 52 per week, or $25 every three months;
a rare chance. C. II. Love, 93 Fourth av.
VERY cheap lots on South and Franklin sts.,
Wilklnsburg, near P. R. R. station and on
line of Duquesne electric railway. McCune &
Coulter, 83 Fonrth av. '
Farms For Sale.
FARM at anctlon on Thursday.December 29. 1S92.
at 1 o'clock, on the premises, containing 170
acres of limestone land and having erected thereon
a good stone house, six rooms: frame house, four
rooms; frame barn, 40x61', with underground
stables: Ira me barn, 20x60. Good springs well dis
tributed over the farm, making it desirable for
dairy purposes. Also a line orchard, the very best
offriilt, consisting or 400 apple. 100 plum trees and
other small fruits. It Is known as Sarah J. Wicks'
farm, situated at Gill Hall. 11 miles Trom Plltaburg.
in Jefferson townshio. Allegheny county. Pa., and
1 within one-hair mile of Wallace station, on the
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Wheeling division.
Good church and public school within one-fourth
mile. Terms will he made to suit the purchaser on
d.ivofsale. For further Information or purchase
at private sale, call on J. P. McKee, 406 Grant St.,
I7ARM-A nice farm of about 60 acres, near the
. city. 15 minutts'walk from railroad station:
good dwelling, large barn, flne orchard, plenty of
water, etc.. etc. Jas. W. Drape Co., 313 Wood
st . Pittsburg.
FOB SALE DIPKOVED REAL ESTATE
FOR S ALE-Frame house of two rooms and lot
about 21x129 feet on Webster st., near Morgan
St.. Thirieeulii ward, city; property of thees.ate
of Dallas B. llson. deceased: will be sold at pub
lic sale on Thursday, December 29. I8J2. at 2
o'clock F. Jr.. on the premises. Hand-bills glvjng
lull particulars from Jas. W. Drape ft Co., Agents
and Auctioneers, 313 Wood St.. Pittsburg.
C'7 500 for a lie. 000 Locust st. property. Owner
Ilj expecb to leave the city. January 1: best
bargain ever offered. Call at once or you will
miss It. John K. Ewing & Co., 107 Federal st.
East End Besldences For Sale.
IJVAST END-A neat brick residence In the East
J End, 8 pleasant rooms, bay window, mansard
roof, porch, vestibule, hall and dry cellar, natural
gas, furnace, bath, lavatory, etc., etc. tall in good
condition: price only $5,500. Jas. W. Drape & Co.,
313 Wood St., Pittsburg.
NEAR Penn av. East End. 2)$ acres of ground,
good house and one small house, largo out
buildings; on account or the health of the owner
this property will be eo'd cheap to a quick buyer;
smalt payment. James M. Wilkinson.
OS A 500 Good frame bouse of 8 rooms hath, ln
tjpttj side w. c. hall, vestibule front and back
stairs, gas, fhandellers, A-I cellar, house papered,
lot t:xlU)leet to alley, sewered; only one minute
from electric cars; terms. $2,000 cash, balance $500
per year. (137) Dennlston, Elderkln & Co., Ltd.,
6231 Penn av., E. E. Tel. 5327.
Allegheny Keslaencet For Male.
ALLEGHENY A fine residence close to the
parks, 8 rooms, bath ana lavatory, furnace,
registers, natural gas. hail, dry cellar with con
crete flour, laundry, etc.. etc.: everything In prime
order; would make an elegant Christmas gift. Jas.
W. Drape & Co., 313 Wood St., Pittsburg.
Suburban Besldences For Sale.
PNEST snburnan home on theFi. Wavne R. R. ;
1 to 10 acres of ground. James M. Wilkinson,
421 Wood st.
"PERSONAL superfluous hair removed byelee
XT trie needle; consultations free. Mrs. Elliott,
Hi Tenn av.
PERSONAL-Have you thought of a Slerrltt
typewriter for a Christmas gift? Only $15. A.
SI. Martin. 412 Woodst.
I)ERSONAL Silver plated pickle cisters and
berry dishes at $1 each at Smlt's. Liberty and
bmltliueld aud 311 Sinltbncld st.
PLRsuNAL-Crcdit. yis. credit, on line aress
goods, silks, tatlns,wraps,etc. atJ. Dwyer's
Room 4. McCance block. 701 r'nuthfleld.
PERSONAL Prof. Markley, practical phrenolo
gist, graduate of the American Institute of
Phreuologv; examinations $1. Office hours 3 to 9
P. M.. 430 Forbes av.
IJERSONAL liatr. motes, etc, on tames faces
permanently destroyed by the electric needle
without pain or scar: consultation free. Miss
streng, olhce90JPennav.. Dickson building.
PLKsONAL-Ladies wishing to take lurko Face
Baths or face massage for removing blemishes
and Improving the complexion will please visit my
parlors at 903 Penn av.. Pittsburg. Miss Sherwood.
PERSONAL Yon are ruptured: we can cure
you: no cure, no pay; w hen cured It costs you
$3, or you can work a lew hours and It will cost you
nothing. Send .c stainp Uayden Co., HolDio.,
PERSON AL Watch this closely, as we change it
every day: for to-day and Monday we ofter
excellent high arm Singer machines, with all
attachments, for ?lt. Sewing Machine Fxchange,
17 Diamond St.. Pittsburg, between Wood aud
PERSON AL Young married lady wonld llkean v
number of young wives to know that she has
a most excellent recipe for the promotion of pf ace
and happiness in the home circle; send your hus
band's clothes to Dickson, the tailor, who will
clean, press and repair them at a most moderate
cost. For proof see Dickson, the Tailor. 65 Fifth
av., second floor. Telephone 15JS.
"PERSON AL-Chnstmas goods; an elegant
X cold watches for ladles and gents: Jewe
the best quality, beautiful rings for ladles of every
description, pins neck chains, scarr pins, brace
lets, diamonds. Jewelry, rlngs,sleeve buttons stuns
and collar buttons, ladles' aud gents' watch chains.
lver watches, fine clocks, and a splendid stock of
silverware of every description; tea sets, forks and
spoons, knives and an endless variety of silver
novelties for the holidays; the best goons at prices
as low as genuine goods can be sold: please call
and examine. Wilson's, 61 Fourth av., near
DUQUESNE Leading Theater.
To-ntght and all the week
In a grand revival of "PATIENCE."
Matinee. To-day at 2:15 p. tt.
Next week Hoy t's "A Texas Steer."
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
pprnprj . Nishts, 15, is. 50,75c.
X AbXVJJU ff
Matinees. 25. 53c.Kcserved.
Next week.Chas. Hanford, "Julius Ccesar."
OLD CITY HALL,
FRIDAY EVENING. Dec 80. 1S92,
By the MOZART CLUB. 200 voices, orehes
tin, 35 instruments and Mrs. Genevra John-stone-Bisliop,
soprano; Miss Olive Fretn
stradt, contralto; Mr. Albert Lester King,
tenor: Dr. Carl F. Dufft, bass.
Reserved seats, 1 60; admission, $L Box
sheet nt Mellor & Hoene's, 770Pllta avenne,
Dec 28. de24-25
mHE ALV1N THEATER-
To-night, Wed. and Snr, matinees.
THE FALLOF ATLANTA!!
For the benefit of Post 88. G. A. R.
Next week "The Junior Partner." del9-38
HARBY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY.
To-night. Matinees Tuesday, Thursday
IIVII BROS. SPECIALTY GO.
Monday and all Week, u
fWTlW, MITSTN Tne violinist, and a sn
UV1UB MU01M, perb company at Old City
Ball, Monday, December zO. Matinee nnd
evening. Tickets now on sale at S. Hamil
ton's and Alex Boas'. All seats reserved at
25 cents to 3L ' de24-12
HAKRIS' THEATER MBS. P. HARRIS,
R. L. 5RITTON, T. F. DEA proprie
tors and managers. Wilbur Opera Company
and 8uie Kirwtn. To-day's matinee, "Boc
caccio:" night, "Mascotte," -
WeekDec. 26-Wilbur Opera Company.
A MARVEL OF REALISTIC ART!
Now on exhibition daily atrEdmund
soh & Perrlne's. 635 Smithfield street.
Proclaimed by the press and public to be
tne most wonaenui picture 01 tue age. ab
mlsjlon 25 cents. Hours, 8 a. v. till 10 T. it.
SQUIRREL HILL. '
Desirable residence sites In the Prospect
Place Plan, frontinir Shady, Denniston, Ir
win, Homewood aves, Beech wood Boule
vard 80 ft. wide, and Dalzell Place 60 ft. wide;
size of lots 50x150. 50x160 and 100x200, with
building restrictions; all streets graded.
Prices and terms reasonable. Don't delay
in purchasing one of these desirable lots, as
the Squirrel Hill district, convenient to
Schenley Park, is bound to be one of the
finest residence locations in the East End,
and enhancement of values are sure. For
plans and further particulars see
REED B. COYLE & CO.,
Corner Fourth ave. and Grant sc.
LOTS! LOTS! LOTS!
Situate on Pittsburg andBellevue Electric
Railroad, ndjoinln? Bellevue. Prices rang
ing from S200 to $600 a lot. Call or. send for
GEO. S. COTTON & CO.,
64 Federal street,
I CAN OFFER AN UNUSUAL
On accOnnt of 111 health, the owner
will sell 2 acres of ground, new
brick house, one small house, larste
outbuilding at a great bargain. Dou'c
mi's this. You can double your
money. Small payment required.
JAMES M. WILKINSON,
421 WOOD ST.
BEAT THIS IF YOU CAN.
A COUNTRY HOME
Five Acres Ground,,
Large, Roomy House,
Profusion o" Froit,
Or 11 Acres and House for $10,000 on Railroad.
JAMES M. WILKINSON;
421 WOOD STREET.
On the Mononjahala river
at a sure bargain.
JAMES M. WILKINSON,
421 WOUD ST.
Penn Avenue Store.
Good storeroom and cellar, near Sixth Bt.
Best location on the avenno.j
71 Dl&tuond street.
HOLIDAY REMITTANCES TO THE OLD
country Drafts, money orders and for
ehru bank notes at New York rates. Money
remitted to all parts of Europe. MAX
SCHAMBERG & CO , Foreltrn Bankers aud
Steamship Age.its, C27 Smlthfleld street,
Pittsburg, Pa. Established 1S66. tts
City of Paris and City of New York,
10,500 tons each.
City of Berlin. City or Chester.
NEW YORK TO LIVERPOOL:
City of Berlin. Wednesday. Dec. 23, 1 p. M.
NEW YORK TO SOUTHAMPTON:
City of New York, Saturday, Feb. 23, 1:30 p. r.
Cityot Chester. Saturday. March 4. 7:.0 A. M.
City of Paris, Saturday. Marrh 11. 12 Noon.
City of Berlin, Saturday. March 18. 8:10 A. 3f.
For rates of passage and other Information
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY,
Gen'l Agents, 8 Bowling Green, New York, or
to 3. 3. MCCORMICK, CS) bmlthlleld st. Pitts
WHITE STAR LINE.
For Queenstown and Liverpool.
I'oval anil United States Mall steamera.
Tentonlc,Dec2S.l:30pm Majestic, JanEi, 11:30 am
Britannic. Jan. 4. 7 a m llrllannic Feb. I. Bare
Adriatic. ,In. 11. lpml'eulunicKeb.8.1ia0am
Germ'c Jan. 18. S a mlGermanlc. Feb. 1 4 pm
From White Star dock, loot of West Teutb. street.
baloon rates, (50 and tin ward, according to
steamer and location of berth. 'Second cabin on
these steamers. 135 and HO: prenaii!, yo and fti;
steerage from or to the old country, 820.
White Star draRs payable on demand in all the
principal banks throughout Great Britain. Apply
to JOHN J. MCCORMICK. 629 Smlthfleld street.
Pittsburg, or H. MAITLAND K KU3EY, General
Agent, 21 Broadway, N. Y. nolU-D
1KIYAI, MAIL SrEOlSHI S.
GLASGOW to PHILADELPHIA
via DEKRY and GAL WAY. Tne most di
rect route from Scotland and North and
Middle of Ireland.
Intermediate, :2u. Steerage, -!
STATE1 SERVICE OF
, .MP Y At,L,AN irlKCEJ
Lint. J . STEAMSHIPS.
NEW YORK and GLASGOW
via Londonderry every Fortnight.
Dec. 29 State of California soon.
Jan. 19. State of Nebraska. 11:30 a. k.
Feb. 9 State of California. Hoox
Cabin, $10. Second Cabin, $30. Steerage, 113.
Apply to J.J.McCORMlCK, (139 SmlthHeld st.
Engage your room in advance and avoid be
ing imposed on during the rush. The
elegant, large, new 200 room
stone and brick '
(BTJISTOK BKOa, of Pittsburg, Props.)
"Will open about April 20, 1893.
The most centrally located hotel in the
"World's Fair district "Within 1 blocks
there are three entrances to center of Fair
grounds. Two stations onlGK. E., two
electric roads and station on elevated road.
TERMS FOB ROOMS: $1 per day and
upward. Special inducements to large
numbers. Send for prospectus.
6433 Myrtle ave., Chicago, -r"
Oj, D. ZiEVIS, SOLICITOR OP
181 Fifth aye, next Leader, Flttaburj
325 ACRES COAL
TJy order of the executors of the estates of
the late George K. and 3. H. Snoenberger.
Sale at Chamber of Commerce, 419-121
Wood street, THURSDAY, December 29,. at
Tills valuable tract of coalland.contalnlng
325 acres coal and 61 acres surface, is situate
In the third pool fronting the Monongahela
river nt Balrd on tho P., V. & C. railway,
three miles above Mononuahela City, lying
between land of Henry Pbipos, Jr., on the
cast and land of Louis Stalb on the west.
Survey can be seen and full information
be obtained nt office or the auctioneers, 63
Fourth avenue. Inquiries by mail will be
Terms: One-third cash, balance In one or
two years with interest. $1,000 deposit at
A. LEGGATE & SON
62 Fourth Ave.
AUCTION COMPLETE STOCK OF FUR
NITURE, chamber suits sideboards,
book caes,-dlnliiir chairs, odd rockers, pic
tures, rugs, etc Sale every day at 2 p.x.and
7tP. M. all this week, with a grand wind up
SATURDAY, 24. 173 Federal st., Allegheny.
H. M'KNIGHT. Auctioneer.
Sales of real estate, merchandise at stores,
househol&goods at residences (Jewelry sales
for the trade only) promptly attended to.
Office, 53 Eisner buildlng.cor. 5th and Woodst.
OIL TVELL SUPPLIES.
OIL WELL SUPPLY CO,,
91 and 92 Water Street,
After 19 Teara of Trial,
FAMILY SAFEGUARD OIL,
Is Conceded to Be the Best and Safest Oil
NEVER VARIES IN QUALITY
Cannot Be Exploded.
It is the very highest grade of redned pe
troleum, from which in the proceso of manu
lacture, every Impurity has been eliminated.
Elaine is free from benzine and parafflne;
it u ill never chill In the coldest temperature
known on this continent.
In color, Elaine is spring-water white, and
its "fire test" is so high as to make it as abso
lutely safe as any lllnmluant known.
Having no disagreeable odor, Elaine is a
pleasant oil for family use.
Can Be Burned in Any Petroleum L mp.
A POSITIVE PROTECTION FROM LAMP
MAKES TOE SAFEST ASD BEST LIGHT
ELAINE! SSrd7 OIL
100 Million Gallons ELAINE Sold in IS Years
From 1S73 to 1893.
Elaine Cannot Be Improved Upon.
WARDEN & OXNARD,
PITTS R ORG. PA.
GBRMANIA SAVINGS BANK,
COR. WOOD AND DIAMOND STREETS.
Deposits of $1 and upward received, and
interest paid thereon, commencing from the
1st and 15th of each month.
Joseph Abel. President; A. E. Succop, Vice
President: A. E. Niemann, Secretary; W. H.
Wilfcer, Treasurer; George Y. Guthrie,
Directors Joseph Abel. A. Groetzlnger,
J. F. Havekotte. Charles F. Schwnrz. Chris
tian Siebert, William Neeb, Peter Keli, H.
H. Niemann, A. E. Succop.
Open dally irotn 9 a. M- to I r. jr., and on
Saturday from 9 a. r. to C F. n. tts
Itowis the best season for planting and
pruning trees, laying ont of lawns and tak
ing charge of work generally; also draining
ELLSWORTH AV.. Shadyside, Pittsburg.
M. MAY, SONS & CO.
FINE DYEING AND CLEANING.
KSIxth ave, Pittsburg, Pa.
Telephone -Dili. tts
S500 TO S500,000
gages, city or country property, at lowest
rates. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 3U Wood St.
Telephone No. 975.
Five years old; sound; very kind and gen
Ie; also buggy and harness; will be sold
heap. 437 Penn av. tts
PITTSBURG AtSD WESTERN RAILWAY
Schedule In effect May 15. 1S93 (Central time).
Oepot cor. Anderson Bt. and hiver ar., Allegheny.
Drjnrt for Chicago, 2:03 p. nj. Solid train with
Pnllman sleeping car. For Kane, Rndford, t7:10
a. m. For Clarion, t7:10 a. m., tJ:00p. m. For
Foxburjr. 7:10a. m.. t2:00. t:Sp.m. For Buffalo,
Erie. Meaiivllle. t7:10 a. in. For GreenTllle.
Slprrcr. Crore ( ltv. t7:IOa. m.. 12:00 d. rn. For
Akron. Cleveland, t7:10a.m.. 2:00 p. in. For Sew.
casuc. -7:11 a. m., -aw. :i p. ra. ror uauer.
16:30. "Ilia. 19 JO a. m.. 2:0a. UCS. 15:15 p. ra.
'I ruins arrive: From Kane, ttrti p. m.; Clarion.
tlt:S) . in.. t: p. rn.: Foxbursr. 19:05. t:i:30 a.
rn.. 10:45 p. m.; Erie. 13:50 p. m.: Greenville. Mer
cer. 111:30 a.m.. tJ:50p. m.: Akron. 'Ila5 a. m..
! p. in.: New Castle. 19:05. '11:55a- in.. :
p. m.tllntler. t7:0O, 19:05. 11l:S0i. m t3:50. .
p. in. : from Chicago. '11:53 a. m.
Dally. tExcept Sunday.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD
Schedule In effect Nov. 13, 1S93. Eastern time.
jor asninxton. u.
C, Baltimore, Ptalla
delplila and lien
York. llOtin and
H50. '3 00 a m. U 10.
650. -SVi. $330 am,
4110. 2115. 2505 and
For Union town.
2650. 800. S30am.
2110, 24 B and 23 0
For Sit, Pleasant.
KM ann woo am. 21 10. 2iaanaupm.
For Wellington. Pa.. T 20 and 29 Ma m. 400,
I or Wheellntr. "7 SO and 29 SO a m. '4 00, 1 30.
For Cincinnati and St. Louis, 1 20 a a, 1 2)
For Columbns. 73)am. 730pm-
For Newark, 7 20 a m, '7 30 p ra.
For Ch.cago, "JJUm and "7 30 p ro.
Trains nrrivo from New York, Philadelphia,
Ttaltlmore and Washington. 8 2U am, '3Jpm.
From Columbus, Cincinnati and Chicago. s it
a m. '8 n m From Wheeling, SO and '10 43
it m, 21 55 and 43 p m.
Parlor anil sleeping ears. to Baltimore. Washing
ton. Cincinnati and Cincigo.
Uallr. tualiv except Sunday. SSnnday only.
The Pittsburg Transfer Company will call for and
check buffagc from hotels and residence, nnon
orders left at H. tt O. ticket office, corner Flftb
avenueand Wood street, and 639 SmlthHeld street.
i. T. ODKLL, CHA3. O. sCULL.
GenctalMtniser. Uen. Pu. Ajeaw
In effect 12:01 p. m.. December 18. 1891.
Trains will leave Union Statlon.FlttsborS,
as follows (Kastern standard Time):
MAIN LINE IASTWAKD.
Pennsylvania Limited of Pullman Vestibule Cars
dally at 7:15 a. m.. arriving at Harrlsborg at 1:55
p.m.: Philadelphia. 4:45 p.m.; NewYork.7p.
m.; Baltimore. 4:40 p. m.: Washington. SiSS p.
Atlantic Express and Kevstone Express dally at
3.30 a. m.. arriving at llarrtsbarz. 10:30 a. m.t
Baltimore. 1:25 p. m. : WahlnctOv2:30 P. m.:
Philadelphia. 1:25 p. m.; New York. 4 p. m.
Barrlsburg Accommodation dally, except Sunday,
tSa. m., arriving at llarrlJburjr 3:10 p. m.
Day Express dally at 8 a. m.. arriving at Harris
burg 3:29 p. m., Philadelphia 6:50 p.m.. New
York 9:35 p. ro.. Baltimore 6:45 p. m.. Washlnz
ton 8:15 p.m.
Mall train Sunday only. 8:10 a. m., arrives Harris
burg7p. m.. PuIIadelpliialO:53p m.
Mall Express dally at 1p.m.. arriving at Ilarrls
burg 10:20 p. m.. connecting at llarrlsbunc for
Philadelphia Express dally at :OTp. m.. arriving
at Harrlshnrg i :W a. m., Philadelphia 4:23 a. m..
and .ev York 7:10 a. m.
Eaatern Express at 7J"0 n m.. dally, arriving Har
rlsburz2:10a. m.. Baltimore 6:2) a.m.. Wash
ington 7:3u a. m.. Philadelphia 3:05 a. m. and
New York 7:40a. m.
Fast Line daily, at 8:10 p. m.. arriving at Uarris
burg 3:30 a. m., Philadelphia 6:50 a. m.. New
York 9:30 a. m.. Baltimore 6:30 a. m.. Washing
ton 7:30 a. m.
All through trains connect at Jersey City with,
boats of "Brooklyn Annex," for Brooklyn. N.Y..
avoiding double ferrlaze and Journey through
New York City.
Johnstown Accom.. except Sunday. 3:0 p. m.
Greensburg Accom.. 11:4, p.m. week days;l0:3t)
Sundavs. Greensburg Express 5:15 p. ra.. ex
cept Sunday. Derry Express 10:15 a. m.. except
TV all Accem., 5:23. 6:00. 7:40. 8:35. 8:30. 9:40. 10
10:45a. tn.. 12:15. 1:00. irJO. 2:30. 3:40. 4 rOO. 4:3,
4-.ro. 5:15. 6:00. 6:40. 7:25, 9:05. 10:20. 11:35 p. in.,
12:10 nijrht. weekdays. Sunday. 8:40. 10:30 a. m.,
12:25. 1:0". 2:30. 4:30. 5:30, 7:2a 9:40. 10:30 p.m.
Wllkinsbnrg Ateum. 5:3. 8:00. 6:15. 6:15. 7:00. 7:25,
7:40. 8:10. 8:35. 8:50. 9:40. lOcfl. 10:45. 11:10 a. m..
12:01. J2:15. I2:M. l:Ca ISO. 1:30. 2:C0. 2:20. 3:W,
3:40. 4T00. 4:10. 4:25. 4:35. 4:50. 5:00. 3:15. 5:30. 5:45.
6:00. 6:20. 6:40. 7:25. 8:20. 9:03. 9:45, 10:U). 11:10.
11:33. p. m.. and 12:10 night, week days except
Monday. Sunday. 5:30. 8:40, 10:30. a. m.. 12:23.
1:00. 1:30. 2:30. 4:30. 5:30. 7:2a 9:00. 9:4a 10:30 p.m.
Bradduck Accom.. 6:25. 6:00. 6:15. 6:45. 7:(0. 7:23.
7:10. 8:0U. 8:10. 8:35. 8:50, 9140, 10:30. m:4.. 11:10
a m.. 12:01. 12:16. 12:sa 1:00. 1:20. 1:30. 2:-U 2B.
3:15. 3:40. 4:0a 4:10, 4:25. 4:3a 45, 4:50, 30. 5:13.
6.30. 5:45. 6:0a 6:2a 6:4ft 7:25. 8:33. 9:059:4. 1K20.
11:10. 11:35. p. m.. 12:10 night, week days, bun
dav. 5:3a 810a 8:4a 10:30 a. in.. 12:23. 1:10. 1"
2:3a 4:3a &O0. 7:20. 9:U. 9:1a 10:30 p. m.
SOCTH-TTEST PENN BAILTVAY.
For Unlontown 5:5 and 8:35 a. m., 1:20 and US
p. m. week days.
OS XST AFTER 12:01 r. M.. DECEMBEB 13. 1892.
For West Hrownsvllle ana Unlontown lu:4u s,
m. For West Brownsville 7'35 and 19:10 a. m.
and 5:00 p.m. On Sunday. 8:55 a. m. and 1:01
For MoncngaheW City. Dravosburz and West
Fllzabeth. h:W, 7:33. : I0:IO a. m.. 1:01. 5:10.
5:5 and 11:35 p. m. week dan. Sundar,8:55 a. rn..
1:01. 4:30 and 9:40 p. m. Dravosbnrg only. 12:05
noon and 3:20 p. rn. week days. West Elizabeth
only, 4:15, 6:30 and 9:00 p. m.
TVEsT PENNSYLVANIA DIVISION.
OS ASD AFTZS 12:C1 A. M., DCCZMEEB 19. J 592.
From Federal street station. Allegheny City:
FerSprlngdale. week days-:2a 8:43. 9:23. 10:40.
llOa m.: 1:30. 2:23. 4:oa 5.-00. 5:43. 6:ia 6:.
8:10. 10:30 and ll:4u p. m. Sundays 12:33 and 90
For Butler, week days 6:35, 8:45. 10:40 a. ra.; 3:13
and 6:10 p. m.
For Freeport, week days 65. 8:43, 10:40 a. ro.;
3:15. 4:00. 5:00. 8:10. 10:30 and 11:40 p. m. Sundays
12:33 and 9:30 p. m.
For Apollo, week days. 10:43 a. m. and 5:00 p. m.
For I'aulton and BlalrsvlUe. week days, 6& a. m..
3:15 and 10:30 p. ra.
The Excelsior Bagzaze Express Company will
call for and check baggage from hotels and resi
dences. Time cards and full information can be
obtained at the ticket offices. No. 110 Fifth avenue,
corner Fourth avenue and Try street and Union
CHAS. E. PUGH. J. R. WOOD.
General Manager. Gen'l Pass'r Agent-
effect December 13. 1892. Trains leave Union
station (Eastern standard lime): Corry Ac. 6 a.
m., Braebtirn Ac 7 a. in.: Niagara Ex.. dally.
8:40a. m.. arriving at Buffalo. 6 p. m.: DuBols
and Wllllamsport. dally except Sunday. 8:40 a. ro..
arriving at W llllarosport, 6:45 p.m.: Klttanning
Ac. 9:50 a. m: Braeburn' Ac. 12:05 p. m. : Tltus
vllle and William jport Ex.. 1:30 p. m.: Braeburn
Ac, 2:3Cp. m; Emlenton Ac. 3:45 p. m.; Klttan
ning Ac. 5 p. m. : Braeburn Ac. 5:30 p. m. ; Brae
burn Ac. 6:15 p.m.: Valley Camp Ac, 7:50 p. m.:
Buffalo night hx , dallr. 9:10 p. m.. arriving at
Buffilo 7:15 a. m.: Valley Camp Ac. 11:40p.m.
Sunday church trains Emlenton. 9:05 a.m.; Klt
tanning. 12:40 p. m.: Braeburn. 9:30 p. m. Pull
man buffet parlor cars on day trains and sleeping
cars on night trains between Pittsburg and Buffalo.
DAVl UICCAKGO. JAS. 1. ANDERSON.
Gen'l Snpt. Gen'l Pass. Agent,
TVm Pittsburen TJnleu Station.
Iralns un by Central Tune.
Nortli treat Syatem Fort Wayne IConte
DirArr for Chicago, points intermediate and beyond;
7.15 a.m.. 12J0 B n., li30 pjn.. 845 p. nu, 10.40 .
p. m.. Ill JO p-m. Aaxrva from same points : 1.00 J
6 45 p m.
Dwart forToledo.points Intermediate and beyond:
from same poiats: fl.00 ajn 8.40 ajn.. -t6.45p.rn.
DarART for Cleveland, points intermediate and
beyond: W.V) a.m., 7J5 a.m., fU5 pja,
1155p.m. Aaaiva from same points: UoUa.m.,
415 p m., 5.45 p.m.,J60 p.m.
DErART for Martins Ferry, Bridgeport and Bellaire:
8J0ajn., IJ5pjnt4JOpjn. ARRrVBfromsams
points: t9X0a.ro., 15 p.m.; 60 p.m.
DsrART for New Castle, Erie, Youngstown, Ashta
bula, points intermediate and beyond: 17.20 ,
112.00 n'n. Arritr from same points: tl-40 p.m.,
&ft0 p.m. . .,
Dbmrt tor New Castle, Jamestown, Youngstown
and NUes, t3.45 p.m- ARRrvR from same points :
DarARTtor Younptowo.'liOOn'n. ARRrra from
Youngstown, 6.45 p.m,
DrART lor Columbns, Ondrmad, Indianapolis, St.
Louis, points intermediate and beyond: 8J0 a.nu,
8J0 p.m., 1050pjiu, 11.30 p.m. Arkive from
same points: i20 a.m., 6.W a.m.. 6.40p.m.
Dsfart for Columbus, Chicago, points intermediate!
and beyond: 1L45 a.m., IO.oJ p.m. Arrivs from
same points: "ISO a.m., 2 4.5 pja.
Ditart for Washington, p5-15 a. m., too a-rn
ilSZ p. mt35 p. mt4.4opjn. t40p.m- Anr
.from Washington, jcoo a.m., f70 a.m., 18J0 a.m.,
Dwart for Wheeling, 8J0 a. nu, til 10 a.m
t2.45 p. m., t6.10 p. m. Arrjv frmn Wheeling,
t8.45a.BU,t2.ap.m., 4&25p.m., 5.40p.B.
FUIXMAN SlEErWG CARS AMD PcXXMAK DlHllia
Cars run through. East and West, on principal trams
of both Systems.
Local Suiting Cars running to Columbus, Cin
cinnati, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Toledo and Chicago
are ready for occupancy at Pittsburgh Union Station
at 9 o'clock p.m.
Iimk TA2i.es of Through and Local Accommoda
tion Trains of either system, not mentioned above, can
be obtained at 110 Fifth Avenue and Union Station,
Pittsburgh, and at principal ticket offices of the Penn
sylvania Lines West of Pittsburgh.
Dally. tEx.8onds7. lEx. Saturday. lEx. Monday.
JOSEPH WOOD, K. A. FORD,
Gsisrsl aaiigtr. Goirtl Inarartr Arret
PITTSBURG AND LAKE EKlE BAILROAD
Company. bchedule In effect N ov. 20. 1892. Cen
tral lime. -P. &L. E. K. R. DErAKT.-For Cleve
land. 7:0O. 8:0U a. m.. 2:ia 4:2a '10:23 p. m. For
Chicago, 'Tito a. m.."2:10. 4:20 p. ra. For Cincinnati
andScLouls.2:ia10:5p. m. For Butlalo.ll:15a.
m 4:20. 10:25 p. ra. or Salamanca. S:00. m.
2:ia '10:25 p. m. For Youngstown ait New
Castle. "7:0a (8:0a '11:15 a. m.. '2:10. W-3a 4:20.
10tf3 p. m. For Beaver Falls, 5:35: "7:00. "3:00.
11:15a. m.. l:oa "2:10. 3:ia 4:31, S:2a '10:25 p. m.
For Chartlers. 15:3a 5M5. S:0a 16:43. 7:ia 7-3"
8:OG,'9:10. :30. 10:30. 'llMi. 111:45a.m.. l:0a 1-10-J:K.
3:45. Jl:25.i:10. 5:2a 8:0a 10:30 p. ra.
A1UUTE-From Cleveland. 6iti a. m.. '12:10.
23:15. "7:45 p. ra. From Cincinnati. Chicago and
it. Louis. "6:30 a. m.. '12:3a "7:45 p. m. Trom.
Bnffalo"3SU a. m.. 120, "3:15. 9:30 p. m. from
Salamanca, "a :3a "10:00 a. m.. "7:45 p. m. from
Youngstown and New ( atlc 6a0. S7.25. '10:M
a. re.. '12:3a '5:15. "7:45. 90 p. m. From Beaver
Falls,5:2a 'S:30. 7:23. 'loaxia- m., izaa. 2:05. 3rt.
5:15. "7:45. d i p.m.
P.. C. X Y. trains for MansHeld and Beechmont.
7:10 a. ro.. 10:30 a. m.. 3:45 p. m.
P.,C. Y.tralns from Mansfield and Beechmont,
6:57. 9:50. 93 a. m. 1:05 p. m.
P.. McK. & Y. B. K. DlPABf For New Haven
and West Newton. S:20a. m.. 30p. m.
AKEIVE-Froai New Haven and West Newton.
9:00 a. m rp. m.
ForJIcKeesnort, Elizabeth. Monongahela City
and Belle Vernon, 8:4at9a5. 11:05 a.m.."4:0a t5SS
From Belle Vernon. Monongahela City.EUzabeth
and McKcesDort, 15:30, "7:ia tll:03a.m.,12:55.'3
T'nJ.'T. 1 Sundays only. I To and from New
CastTahly. tTo and from MeKeeport nnlv.
City Ticket Office, 630 Smlthfleld Street.
ALL OUTSIDE OFFICES.
AND HAVE ALL THE MODERN
FIREPROOF, ELEVATOR SERV
ICH WELL REGULATED.
APPLY AT MAIN OFFICE FI-DELIi-Y
TITLE AND TRU-COMPANY.