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Wert wants" odt.
He Asks the Court to Release Him
From St. Francis Hospital.
IKSISTS THAT HE IS NOT INSANE.
Jnd;e White Appoints a Receiver in the
Order of Soloc
THE KEWS OF THE COUNT! COURTS
An application was made in the United
States District Court yesterday for a writ
of habeas corpus to secure the release of the
Eev. W. B. Covert, of Order of Solon fame,
from St. Francis Hospital. Mr. Covert
claims that be is not.nor has he been insane
and that his detention in the hospital is
illegal and unjust, nis petition was pre
sented to Judge Bnffington by Attorney J.
G. 'White, of Mercer county. The court
issued the writ and fixed Tuesday, Decem
ber 27, at 10 A. 31. for a hearing.
The petition to the Conrt reads as fol
lows: The petition of W. R. Covert respectfully
Buoweth mat your petitioner is unjustly
lield and detained by the officials of St.
Trancis Hospital, situate In the county or
Alleiheny. who refuse ty discharge him and
set him at liberty, and your petitioner is not
detained or confined by virtue of any com
mitment for any criminal or supposed crim
inal matter, but that your petitioner was
committed to said hospital upon
tho certificate of two physicians
ofs&id counti, certifying that your peti
tioner was insane on the 12th day of Decern
lxsr, 1SSK, and that vour petitioner has been
unjustly held and detained by tho officials of
said hospital since said date. That your pe
titioner was not at tho time of his commit
ment to s-aid hospital and is not now of un
bound mind and should not be de
tained or neiu in custody or tuo
officials o' said hospital as an insane
person. Your petitioner tlierefoie prays
that Vour Honor will direct to be issued a
writ of habeas corpus, returnable forth
nlth, agreeable to the act of Assembly in
such eases mado and provided, against the
officers of said hospital or such other per
sons in whose custody your petitioner iray
be found, that cause may be shown, if any
exist, why lie should not be discharged and
set free, aud lie will ever pray.
V. E. Covert.
Jndce White yesterday appointed a re
ceiver to take charge of the affairs of the
Order ot Solon and also continued the pre
liminary injunction that had been granted.
The Mercantile Trust Company, ot Pitts
"burp, was appointed the receiver. He also
handed doun an opinion in the matter, con
curred in by Judge Magee.stating that they
believe the appointment ol a receiver neces
sary, irom the condition of afiairs in the
FIEE AHD BRIJI5T0HZ.
Neighbors Object to the Fumes From an
A bill in equitr was filed yesterday by
the Franz Brick Company, Limited, T.
Gessler and others, against the Pittsburg
Atphaltum Company, Limited. The de
fendant's works for the manufacture of
asphaltum, it is stated, are located near
TVittmer station on the Pittsburg and
"Western 1'ailroad, and the plaintifis own
land in proximity to them. They allege
that the defendant company uses brimstone
and refuse from oil refineries,
and the smoke and fumes irom
them are charged with sulphur and
other poisonous substance!. These sub
stances, it was alleged, settle on the ground
and destroy vegetation, truit, grain, etc.,
and are also injurious to the health. In
consequence they ask lor an injunction to
restrain the defendant company Irom con
tinuing the operation of its works unless
some arrangement is provided to prevent
the poisonous fumes.
FIVE NEW DIVOECE SUITS.
In Each Case tho "Wire AsKs for the Break,
ins of the Ties.
Five divorce suits were entered yester
day. Anna B. "Wills says her husband
Frank lelt her in 1SS5 and she believes he
5s dead. The other Miits were: Ida M. Sax
ton vs. Ilobert A. Saxton, desertion; Mary
Dengel vs. Edward Dengel, cruelty; Hen
rietta W. Turgi vs. Henry Turgi, desertion;
Sarah AIcMichaels vs. James A. McMichaels,
A divorce was granted in the caise of
Emma J. Robinson against Hugh A- Eob
iHson. Desertion was the charge.
Coke Ot ens in the Road.
The old case of Georee "W. Herbert and
ethers against J. W. Eainey, the Cleveland
coke man, came up tor argument before
Judges Achcson and Buffington yesterday.
The question involved is whether the de
fendant had built his coke ovens on the
street or road in Dawson township, Fayette
county. Ex-Judge Campbell, ol Uiiion
lovrn, appeared for the plaintiff, and Shiras
and Dickey for the defendant The decision
Tuesday's Trial List
Criminal Court Commonwealth vs TVill
ism Stiotliers, William Cotello. Julia Vates
tamuel Crawford, Thomas Mnrra, William
Iloacli, Valerio Kapuscinski, Fred Scilicet
mt, Ednaid Barton, Henry Dalev, 11c
Oirdy Backer. Biidzet Uurke, JolinKeIly,
E.vara ltitcliey. George Reilcr, J. Cnrdey,
John Xfwinejer, Kate Jones, Joseph
Jieenan, W Iter Stevens, Bridget Gallagher
(-), A. i:. Walker, John Campbell (2), John
G.ivn. Iloi-ry and David Helpliar, Henry
Lai.tz, WillUm H. Coiilcv, l'eter Conway.
Tan Xatta Sent to Erie.
Marshal Harrah produced John "W. Van
Xatta before Judge Buffington in the Dis
trict Court, and the defendant was ordered
to be transferred to Erie. Van Xatta was
a pension agent and was charged at the
June term ot receiving excessive fees for
collecting a claim. The defendant asked to
be transferred to the Erie County Jail and
the request was granted.
The Hum ot tho Courts.
A CHAKTcn was granted yesterday for the
Grant Stioetlteformed Presbyterian Church.
As application was filed for a charter for
Et. Matthew's Evangelical Lutheran Church,
A verdict or $i,soo for the plaintiff was
given yesterday in the case of A. E. JlcCand
less for use of W. A. Dickson asalnst Bailey
& Bolcr, J. C Dicken and Samuel Uusgrovo,
an action on a contract.
Charles Bower was released from tho
workhouse yesterday on a habeas corpus
proceeding. Bower had been committed by
Alderman BnnUer, of Allegheny, lor at
tempting to rob a larmer.
TfiEx STOLE BEASS.
Three Men Carry Off 1,800 Founds of
Charles and Edward "Wiler were yester
day arrested for stealing 1,800 pounds of
brass from Bert & Fox's foundry.- There
was a third man, but he escaped.
The thieves stole the stuff about mid
night, but were not caught until C o'clock
in the morning. The brass was carried to
the foot of Twenty-fourth street and left
there until early in the morning. The
thelt was discovered soon after it oc
curred and the police put on the case.
They 6oon discovered the plunder and laid
in wait lor the theives. There was a good
deal ot trouble in making the arrest and
one man escaped.
A Kfvr Honso Burned.
Early yesterday morning a lionse that
"William A. Ilerron is building on Amber
street. East End, was burned to the ground.
The fire is supposed to have started from a
stove which was used to dry "the plaster.
The loss was 54,000.
WONDERS OF KOCHINE.
Some Experiments. Calculated, to Create
Great Interest Battling With the
Bacilli Remarkable Cures of Consump
tion Cases In a Chicago Hospital.
JPOltRISrOXDENCE OF TBI DISrATCH.1
Chicago, Dec. 24, Dr. Eudolf Seiffert,
the eminent physician, who has for 26 years
been connected with the great Alexian
Brothers' Hospital of Chicago, and who is
now chief of the first medical department
in that institution, has been making a series'
of remarkable experiments with Dr. Koch's
remedy for consumption.
As a result of Dr, Seifiert's careful and
patient work, kochine is the accepted spe
cific in the hospital for tubnrculosis of the
lunjs and an autidote for the excretions
poison of tubercular bacilli. Moreover, in
all the cases reported by him there are
strong evidences that the effect of kochiue
is not immedfately exhausted, but remains
in the circulation ready to combat and de
stroy fresh invasions of the bacilli and their
Discharged In Five Weeks.
One of Dr. Seifiert's patients was a stable
hand who had been sick for a long time aud
on that account had no regular income. He
was received at the hospital 'on March 23,
1S9L, The medical examination demon
strated the existence of anrsffection of both
lungs, with a cavity of medium size in the
right lobe of the lung. He had lever, a
cough, purulent expectoration and ttfere
were numerous bacilli. Two days later he
received his first injeotion of one-tenth
milligramme. He received thereafter three
injections per week, and after a stay of five
weeks he was in such an improved condition
that on May 2 he was discharged from the
hospital as convalescent.
Another case was that of a poor girl who
was compelled to support herself by toil
ing eight hours a day at a sewing machine.
She had been suffering for 18 months -and
when she applied for treatment her exami
nation showed an aliection of both lung
apices, severe cough, profuse purulent ex
pectoration, complicated with severe ca
tarrhal affection of the mucous membrane,
with numerous bacilli. She was in a. very
emaciated condition, being known among
her fellow workers as "Skinny." Her ap
petite was defective and her weight only 96
Cured in Spite or Had Air.
This girl was subjected to the kochine
treatment, although unable to become an
inmate of the hospital. She therefore re
mained during the period of her treatment
in the Miue miserable surroundings as be
fore, with no sanitary improvements in her
dwelling; no pure, lresh air; no better food;
no rest; but, on the coutrary, her usual
daily toil, rendered more severe by the fact
that she was obliged to go six miles back
ward and forward to the doctor's office three
times a ueec, the time spent in so doing
having to he made up by additional hours
of work at hermachine. In spite of these
unpromising circumstances the treatment,
which began on June 24, Vas discontinued
on February 22 of the next year as being no
longer nece'ssary. Her weight on the last
named date was 124 pounds aud her com
plexion had become rosy.
Another interesting" case was that of a
farmer of Indiana, who, ten years ago, had
suffered from night sweats and weighed
then only 115 pounds. Two years later he
removed to Western Kansas tor the purpose
ot improving his health, where he made
appreciable gains. Several months, how
ever, belorehe came to Chicago for treat
ment his disease began again to develop.
Tne medical examination showed chronic
lung catarrh, aud on the lelt side a cavity
ot considerable size located between the
second and third ribs.
"Well in a Half Montlu.
He had a violent cough, with much puru
lent expectoration and many tubercular
bacilli. He had but little appetite and was
generally run down. On July 15 he re
ceived his first injection and on August 2 he
left Chicago to return home, cured and a
well man, as he himself said. He had then
increased 15 pounds in weight and had the
appearance of a man in vigorous health and
younger by ten years.
Through the courtesy of Dr.. .KaufTman.
whojiimselt has rendered the most valuable
services in determining the efficaciousness
of" the use of kochine in the Alexian
Brothers' Hospital as Dr. Seifiert's assist
ant, a visit was made to the consumption
wards and the patients themselves ques
tioned as to the results of the treatment.
One inmate was found eagerly devouring a
piece of bread and sausage. He was
sitting on his bed, fully dressed, and,
Irom anything in his appearance, no one
would have hesitated to employ him for a
day s work without references. He said
that he had only been in the hospital four
weeks, and that he had had three severe
hemorrhages within a short time of each
other before he had commenced the treat
ment, aud had not been able to make the
sligr.te6t exertion. Dr. Kauflmau stated
that he would probably be discharged the
next day as convalescent. There were
others that were making equally satisfac
tory progress, and who promised soon to be
able to go out into active life once more.
Nature Alone Can Heal.
Kature itself, if conditions are sufficiently
favorable, can effect cures of tuberculosis
of the iungs. This fact had been known to
science through the instrnmentality of dis
section long before the days of Dr. Koch,
and is simply the process with which any
observant man is familiar namely, either
the expulsion of a foreign substance from
the body or the surrounding ol it with a
cicatricous tissue, by which it is cut off
from all contact with tbe circulation and
thus rendered innocuous. Kochine as
sists iu these processes and ren
ders them independent ot lavorable exter
nal surroundings, which the great masses
of the victims of the hydra-headed monster
disease are unable to obtain. The effect of
kochine is to eliminate the virus of the
disease in the blood, thus rendering it bet
ter fitted to nourish the body and "prevent
that waste which is the invariable attend
ant upon the disease, while at the same
time it provides the necessary surplus of
blood required at the spot ot at
tack and also aids in the actual
slaughter of the live bacilli. And in
addition to the general e0ect on the charac
ter and quautity of the blood it has the
peculiar quality common to other antidotes,
of seeking the" location of the particular
poison it is intended to combat, and thus,
by the increased vitality at that point, it
aids in the inflammatory process necessarr
to form the inclosing tissue. These results
have, heretofore, been considered as onlv
possible when the conditions of pure mount
ain air or ocean sephyrs, combined with
the most nutritious ot foods and genial sur
roundings, could be realized.
WILL GO TO C0DET.
Mrs. Henderson Waives a nearlng In tho
Assault and Battery Case.
Mrs. A. C. Henderson, through her
attorney, Thomas Marshall, yesterday
waived a hearing in the assault aud battery
suit brought by her son-in-law, Charles
Anderson, before Alderman Iteilly. The
case will go to court. The parties were all
at the Alderman's office and the air had
icicles on it.
Mrs. Anderson is now missing. Neither
the husband nor the parents say thev know
where she is.
SEWEB BIOS OPENED.
Drainage Systems to Bo Built In All Sec
tions of tbe City.
Chief Bigelow opened bids from half a
dozen contractors yesterday lor the con
struction of sewers as follows: 514 feet on
First avenue, between Wood and Smith
field; 1,772 feet on Fifth avenue, between
Boston and Soho streets; 920 feet on Lawn
and Rock streets,- between Hammett and
Morris streets: 1,945 feet on Garnet alley,
between Liberty aud Laurel streets; 1095
feet on Sapphire alley, between Panama
alley and Laurel street; 710 feet on Fair-
motrVit and Roup street, between Rebecca
street and Fairmount street; 332 feet on
Sheridan avenue, north to Stanton avenue:
498 feet on Bennett and Long avenues, be- j
tween tiomewooQ and ii.euy streets; z,owi
feet on Hastings and Elysian avennes, be
ween Eiysian and Fifth "avenues; B84 feet
on Kelly street, between Fifth avenue and
Linden "street. The total work would meas
ure about two miles, nearly all of which
is for the regulation fifteen-inch pipe sewer.
Bids were also opened for the purchase by
dealers of the old boiler scrap at the
Biiiliant pumping station. All the bids
were referred for tabulation.
THE HAPPIEST OF MEN.
Harry Flann's 'Will Bo a Merry Christmas
He "Was Freed From the Tenltentlary
Yesterday Hfs Friends Gather to "Wel
come Illra Home.
Perhaps no one in the two cities will en
joy Christmas more than Harry Flann.
Yesterday he walked out of the "Western
Penitentiary n free man, having been par
doned by President Harrison.
A. 9:30 yesterday morning Colonel Kil
gore, Flann's father-in-law, and Captain
Shannon, a friend of the famil y, went to
the penitentiary. Young Flann was ready
for them. He "had thrown aside his prison
garb, aud was dressed in a street suit of the
latest style. With a simple "goodby"
Flann left the prison, and the three entered
a carriage. They were driven to Colonel
Kilgores residence, 19 Wyllo avenue.
Here Jblann was
and child and
Flftnn talked freelv
given a happy
by his wife
o; his confinement,
and loudlv praised his treatment bv the
prison officials. He spoke fondly of his
wife and how she stuck to him through all
his trouble. It was she and Attorney
James H. Porter who worked so hard to
get him a pardon. She commenced
as soon as he was sent to prison to get his
release, and never ceased until her efforts
were crowned with success. Last night
many of Flann's friends gathered at the
Kilzore residence to welcome him home.
Flann will stay in Pittsburg, but does not
know what l:e will do.
Fiann was sentenced to the penitentiary
in 1889 tor five years. He had been em
ployed as a clerk" in the Marine National
Bank, and a shortage of several thobsand
dollars was found in his accounts. A great
effort was made to free him, but he was
given five year. Flarin was 23 when sent to
prison, but to-day he is looking five years
ABK FOB AI? OBBIKAHCE.
The W. H. P. A. Bequest Allegheny Coun
cils to Pass One.
The directors of the Women's Health Pro
tective Association have submitted a peti
tion to the Allegheny Councils. It asks
for an ordinance to regulate the collection
aud disposal of garbage in that city. This
is what they ask lor:
First The collection of carbaze from
every household, hotel, restaurant oreatlnx
bouse in Allegheny at least once in every 24
Second That theso collections be made
betweon 3 and 7 A. jt.
Tuird That all collections of garbage will
be mado from the rear of houses when prac
ticable. Fonrtn That tho collection of garbage bo
made in sucb odorless sanitary steel carts
as are now in use In Baltimore, Washing
ton. Milwaukee, Detroit and other cities.
Fifth That the garbage thus collocted be
disposed of by burning, or in some equally
effective hygienic wny.
Sixth That tho dumping of all garbage in
the rivers be stiictly prohibited.
Seventh That adequate penalties be pro
vided for the violation of any of the provis
ions of such ordinance.
A Necdlo in His Thtfli.
About ten years ago a resident of Ath
ens, Georgia; swallowed a needle, and never
felt any bad effects irom it until a short
time ago, when he felt a pain above the
left knee joint. Two physicians were
called in, aud, .after-being "informed about
the needle, they concluded to cut into the
man's thigh and see if it was not the needle
that was causing him so much pain, and on
makinz'a.deep cut they came to the needle
and. extracted it, which relieved their
patient at once.
Had the Drrss Made on Her.
A famous duchess in London recently
went through the ordeal ot having a dress
made on her own figure. She stood for
three hours while the dressmakers wrought
50 yards of rare old lace, that could not be
cut, into a gown for a soiree, at the "cldse
of which every stitch had to be carefully
cut and picked out before the lady could
disrobe. Tne amount of torture that a
woman will undergo in the home of vanity
would astonish the martvrs.
They Abnsed a Cow.
George Lamont and Ilobert Harrison
have been arrested by the Humane Society
for cruelty to animals. The men are said
to have terribly maltreated a cow,
S1EETINGS AND NOTICES.
VTOTICE-ON AND AFTER JANUARY 1. 1S91.
1 the business of the flrmoflloothft Fliun will
be continued by liootn & Fllnn, Limited.
TOTICE Shippers of poultry, game and pro
i duce. If you want prompt returns, ship to
Allegheny Produce Company, 53S. Diamund, Alle
gheny. VfOTICE-WK DESIRE TO CALL ATTENTION
li to the facilities offered by our bureau for the
snppljlug wltkout cost to business houses of ex
perienced bookkeepers, stenographers, private
secretaries, e,c.;we have a list of competent ofllce
men Mldch we bball hu pleased to- show tou.
WOOLsEY & HAMILTON, Brokers, W Fourth
ANNUAL MEETING-THE ANNUAL MEET
ING of the stockholders of the Monongaheia
Navigation Company will be bed at the office or.
the company. No. 8 Wood street, Pittsburg. Pa.,
on THURSDAY. Januarv IS. 1KU. at 2 o'clock p.
w.. for the election or officers tor tht ensuing year
and the transaction or othi-r business.
W. BAKEWELL, Secretary.
TmiD National Bank, I'rrrsBCito.
T7LECTION-THE ANNUAL ELECTION F
' nln.i4ln.lnH nf .li,. l...l. . .... i
ensuing year, will be held at the banking house. 526
and SSS Wood St.. on TUEMlAt. January 10,1853.
between the hours of H a. ji. and I r. m.
AV. STE1.NMEYEK. Cashier.
First Natioval Bask, FiTTbBCBO. Pa.
THF. ANNUAL ELECTION FOR NINE DI
RECTOItS for this bank to serve for the ensu
ing yearn 111 be held at the banking bouse, corner
Wood st. and Fifth nv TUtaDAY, January 10,
ltVZ, between the hours otVi noon and 1 p. M.
J. D. SCULLY, Cashier.
December 10. ikh.
Ddqces.ve National Bake, l
PlnsBUKG. Pa., Dec. 10, 1SK. J
IJLECTION-THE ANNUAL ELECTION FOR
U (10) ten directors to serve this Dank for the en
suing year will be held at the banking house. No.
AW smlthfleld street, on 1 UESDAY. January 10,
U93, between the hours of 12 m. and 1 p. M.
A. H. PATTrRsON. Cashier.
Thi. Freehold Bank,
PlTTSBURQ. l'A-.Dee- "4 ISM.
KLECTION-THE ANNUAL ELECTION FOR
H OftA O f tht, 1l-fl- .111 lulhnM !. .-!.
.-. .. ...v. v. ....a u...in. n ,11 Ub UUU at HID UAII..
lng house. No. 114 Fourth avenue, on MONDAY,
January!, US3, between the hours ors and4.p. M.
' JOHN F. STEEL. Cashier.
T OST Good servants at Exchange, UlOPennav.
T OST A white bull terrier: ears nncut. Allb-
AJ eral reward If returned to W. D. Uureton. 82
LOST Un ess buvlngnow an opportunity to get
a sold gold brrastpln. set -nltb U.spian
diamonds, for (2 0 up. Emanuel De Roy, 643
IOST-Ladlcs. your bangs cut aud curled. IS
j cents, by expert hairdressers: combings made
up any style, llrs. D. Graham, o sixth su; three
doors beiowr Alt In Theater: open Christinas.
"lOUN'D-Exchangc. 910 Pcnn
av., never falls
FOUND-The place to get a sold gold ring at f 1 25
up. Emanuel De Roy. 0)3 Smlthfleld street.
FOUND A. Carlson. 1C9 Carson St., southslde. Is
carrying the Bnest stock or Americas and Swiss
watches at lowest prices.
TTOUND-Ladles. your' bangs cnt and curled, IS
X cents, by expert hairdressers, combings made
up any style. Mrs. D. Graham, R Sixth 'St.: three
doors below Alvlu Theater: open Christinas.
STRAYED Ladles, your bangs cut anrt curled, IS
cent, by expert hairdressers; combing made
np any style. Mrs. D. Graham. 6 Sixth it. z three
doors below Alvlu Theater; open Christmas.
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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH.
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BRANCH OFFICES AS FOLLOWS. WHERE
WANTS. FOR SALE, TO LET AND OTHER
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FOU ALLEGHENY. NO. 107 FEDERALS!,,
FOR THE SOUTHSID, M12 CARSON ST.,
TELEPHONE NO. COS.
FOR THE EAST END. J.'W.WAlLAOii, Cl'l
THOMAS MCCAFFREY. S5W Butler St.
EM1L G. STUCK ICY. 24th street and Tenn avenue.
F."H. EGGER3&SON. Ohio and Chestnut sts.
THOAIAS McIIENRY. Western and Irwin avs.
ACTIVE WORKERS everywhere to sell the
"Llleof Jar Gould, ami How He Made His
Millions:" about Gift) extra large pages: profusely
Illustrated; retail onlv 51 SO: 4(!.000agents wanted;.
Bonanza tor workers: doors on creuit: nest terms:
outfit and Instructions mailed free on application.
Address Globe Blb'e Publishing Co.. 7.3 Chestnut
st.. Philadelphia, Pa., or 308 Dearborn St., Chicago,
BLACKSMITH-Good sober man competent to
take charge of blacksmith work lor prescrip
tion bottle house; must understand how to run an
engine. Address Marlon Flint Glass Company,
BOY Intelligent boy. about 16 or 17 years of age.
R.W. Means. 206 N orth av. , Allegheny City. Pa.
COOKS wanted at Exchange, 910 Penn av. ; places
DRUG CLERK- Qualified assistant or registered
pharmacist; state years of experience and
salary expectej. Address Box 143, Brownsville,
TkRUG CLERK-Mgr. or reg. pharm. for c'.erk
XJ in country town: state without fall reference.
salary aud when at liberty,
DRUG CLERK-Q. A.; German preferred.
Plumbi, Dispatch office.
MAN An established mercantile pnblisblng
company nlthcs to secure the services of a
thoroughly lellablo representative to call upon
manufacturers: salary ana commission will be
pild to an Al man. l:eply with nferences, stat
ing qualifications, etc., A. S., Dispatch office.
T TAN A handy man about store: ono who can
ltL -ell goods aud get furniture readv for deliver
ing etc. Address with reference.
expected. Box 406, tJraddock, Pa.
A AN AG Eli. general. local and special agents
companr who have just issued a new policy with
terms tar better and In advance of an) thing now
before thepublic: natural premium: no advance nor
admission fee; gran I opportunity for good men to
6ecure territory; liberal terms; guarantee. Address
United Life Insurance Association, Nos. 64 to 72
World Building, New York.
MANAGER For sn enameling works: must
thoroughly understand the mixing and enam
eling business. M. F. lllpnlc Co.. 94 Fourth av.
MINER-Asolt ground ml uer at the West End
Power House at fool of Point bridge. Apply
to S. Harris
OLDER A No. 1 skilled brick molder at once:
wages no oblcct: none but a good man need
apply. Kepp Gear,- Wheel und Foundry Comnany,
cor. south av. and Walker St., Allegheny.
ORGANIST For reed organ. M. E. Church In
Allegheny; state experience, reference, salary
expeeted. Address Organ, Dispatch office.
1 J ACKER A first-class jacket and shlnper, who
I can pack glassware and bouse furnishing
goods: mustbea60berinau: references required.
Addretts Packer, Dispatch office.
PATTF.RNMAKEES-Three skilled pattern
makers at once; good wages to right parties:
must be sober ineiu Kepp Gear. Wheel and
Foundry Company, cdr south av.and Walkersts.,
ROLLER-Oompetent 'roller for universal mill:
also, foreman or assistant manager. Address
Steel. 418 renn ay.. Pittsburg. ,
SALESMAN (salary) for outside
gaud Hanger Co., 1232 Pcnn.
QALESMEN-We make a liberal offer to traveling
O and local salesmen in every State who call ou
retail grocers. Gluten Lutlre Wheat Flour Co.,
135 Lake St., Chicago.
SALESMF.N In every county In this State: 75
p-r month salary: Inclose stamp. Kenwood
Baking Powder Co., S97 Madison St., Chicago.
SALESMEN Grocery salesman to Pittsburg re
tailers and Jobbers; liberal commission. Box
SECRETARY, who must be a good business man
and have from fiCOO to to.WJln 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 McClave, Pres
ident. Sumner Glass Company, Meubenvllle. O.
STENOGRAFHER-Stite age, experience and
salary expected. Box 365. KitUnnlng. Pa.
'TRAVELING anil l'ical salesmen to handle a
-L specialty, well Introduced: trade already es
tablished: good tueninaklnz $2.0 HMO'S?, 503. Ad
dress Manufacturers' Co., 3950 Filbert St., Phila
1'OBACCO strippers by the R.
. Co., No. 911 Liberty st.
& W. Jenklnson
WANTED A boy to work at cases;
practice. Irish Pennsylvanlan
mond and Ross st.
Rfi Men Apply at stage door Duqnesne Theater
0J Monday morning at 9 o'clock.
A GENTS-Salary or commission to agents to han
dle the Patent Chemical ink Erasing Penclli
the most useful aud novel Invention of the age;
erases Ink thoroughly In two seconds; works like
magic; 200 to 500 per cent profit: agents making
(50 per week: we also want a general agent to take
charge of territory ana appoint sub agents: a rare
chance to make money. Write for terms and sain
pleof erasing. Monroo Eraser Mfg.Co., X10. La
Crosse. Wis. "
AGENTS wanted to Induce men In every club,
lodge, store, office and factory to join our as
sociation and secure a genuine good time during
the World's Fair: memuershlp ticket f 10: very lib
eral commission to agents furnishing rcicrcnces or
security for tickets: sales easily made on account
oftheuovel and attractive features of the club.
World's Fair Sportsman's Association. Unity
Building. Chicago, UU '
AGENTS We offer big moniy. In exclusive ter
ritory: our sales sen at sight In city or coun
try: agents first In field actually getting rich: ouo
agent In one day cleared (91 50; so can you: cata
logue free. Adaress Alpine Sate Co., Nos. 360-371
Clark St.. Cincinnati, O.
AGENTS and everyone to examine our carriage,
wagon mid sleigh stoves: agents making
money fastrtho greatest and most'useful Invention
on the market to save your health. Specialty Com
AGFNTS Male or female, wanted every where;
HghtLlng seller: absolutely new; exclusive
territory: no talking; profits Immense and success
a certainty. Abbott Manufacturing Co., Snrlng
AGENTS-MIneral Lamp Wicks never burn out;
no smoke, no soot, no trimming; light equal
to gas: three samples 10c; assorted dozen 25c.
Stayner & Co., Providence, U. I.
AGENTS We want men who are already travel
ing salesmen to carry our lubricants as a side
llue;tname relerences and territory. Manufact
urers' Oil Co., Cleveland, O.
AGENTS For new sanitary article used In every
homo and office: exclusive territory; big
profits. Columbia Chem. Co., 1SH Clybourne av.,
AGEN.1 S-Two agents to call on drug stores: can
make (5 to (10 a. day. Address Drugs, Dis
patch office. ,
AGENTS S3 to 7 dally: experience unneces
sary. Putnam &.Co., Fcrlumers, West Wln
each town. World's Fair
Ji. Hotel Providing Co,
123: Penn, Pittsburg, Pa.
AGENTS to sell Wiegand's picture hanger.
Wlegand Hanger Co., 123.! Peun.
AGENTS to sell O'Keefe's Pills.
' Co.. 1232 Penn.
Dr. O'Keefo 4
MALE and reraale In every city and town: best
selling household article In existence; used
In every home: almost every person to whom we
send particulars responds with an order and request
lor exclusive territory: you will do the same. Call
.on or address 8. McSwIggautS Co., 644 Grant St.,
cor. Webster av.. Pittsburg.
Hotels, Dining and Lunch Koonu.
ANCHOR HOTEL. Liberty, corner 'Fourth;
lodging per nljht, 25c, 35c, 50c; week, fl 23,
SI 7S. i S3.
HOTEL FliDERAL. 171 'Federal, Allegheuy
tl 50, 82 day; special rates when permanent.
HOI Ei. NORWOOD-Most popular resort In the
East End: Duqnesne electric cars pass the
door: finest accommodation for driving parties;
restaurant and bar attached: celcDrated Moerleln's
Cincinnati beer on draught: reasonable rates.
Franc Y. Over, proprietor, 262 to 270 Franks
Crayons, Photographs, Etc
A McCA.BE crayon portrait, a; Firth av.
SUNDAY,' DECEMBER "
Female Help TV anted.
i IRL At SS SheSleia St., Atlegneny.
HOUSEWORK girls, cooks
cbange. 910 Peun av.
Places free. x-
LADIES everywhere to establish toilet and per
fume parlors: delightful business) we start
yon; no capital required; no canvassing: fall line
of beautiful samples, particulars, etc., 25c. Per
sian Toilet Co., Salamanca, N.Y.
LADIES To do fancy work at their homes or to
act as agents: we send money and material by
man ana pay ay me piece, uaii ana
address J. E. Lazzell ft Co.. 305 Flfl
sec work or
lfth av., ntu-
LADY eanvasscrs-Surprlslng.y new, elegtnt
way of polishing ladles' shoes; no more bother,
daubed bands, cracked shoes: quarter article;
catchy, paying. Martcll Blacking On.. Chicago.
rURSE To take complete charge of Infant. Ad
1 dress A. P.. Dispatch office. -
OAA House girls, conks, maids, waitresses. No.
ZiVV 10 Third St., Allegheny.
Hale and Female Help Wanted.
LADIES "or ydnng men to take light." pleasant
work at their own homes: SI to S3 per dar can
be quietly made: work sent by mall; nocauvass
lng. For particulars address Globe Mfg. Co., Box
S3J1. UoMou. "Mass. Established IMP.
LADIPS or gentlemen wishing to add (10 a day to
their income, for particulars address Rem
sen. Dispatch office.
POSITION as hat or gents' furnishing salesman
by enterprising young man: ten years' expert
ence; highest rcterence given, honesty, sobriety,
etc. Address Energetic, Dispatch office.
POSITION By young man as grocery clerk : have
bad experience: can furnish good reference.
Address 1". 23, Dispatch office.
POSITION" As col.ector or bookkeeper by a
young man with experience; reference given.
Iress C. B , Dispatch office.
POSITION 1 am a first-class shipping clerk and
salesman; good references. Address C. C,
POSITION as shipper by one of large experience;
good character aud habits. Address Shipper,
POSITION By a young lady who Is a fl
1 'stenographer aud telegraph operator.
E. 33, DispatclL
1)OSlTION as manager of light manufactnrlng
concern. Address Experience, DUpatch
POSITION as drug clerk,
Address C. P., Dls-
SlTUATION An experienced business man now
acting tor a large railroad company will be open
to .in engagement Jan. 1; thoroughly trained in
modern methods of business, diplomacy and finan
ciering, highly educated, an efficient organizer
arid manager, t men: references and connections
the very besu Address Occidental, Dispatch
SITUATION Drug clerk wants position; three
j cars" experience In both country and city;
best of reference. Address spencer J. Young,
SITUATION-By a first-class armature winder;
experienced in sutlun and railway plants:
all relerences. Address It. R.. Dispatch office.
WANTED-Room and board by two ladies em
ployed during day with first-class private
family. A. F., Dispatch office.
Business Opportunities WantoC
I 1 AVE vnn a hnslnpsa yon tvlsli tn spit hlLVA Ton
H a firm you wish to dispose of. Consult Wool
sey & Hamilton. No. 96 Fourth av.
WANTED To represent parties manufacturing
specialties used by steam users, engineers
firebrick makers, etc., 011 salary and commission:
reference. Address P. O. Box (23, PltUburg, Pa.
BENSWANGERJfc ZAHN-Flre Insurance.
JOHN K. fcWING & CO.. 107 Federal St.. make
quick loans: money ready.
MONEY TO LOAN We have money to loan at
lowest current interest on city and suburban
property; also on Improved tarms In Allegheny,
Beaver. Fayette, Washington and Westmoreland
counties; also on marketable stock and bonds.
Black Jt Balrd, 95 Fourth av.
MONEY to loan at lowest rates on lmprovcdclly
and suburban property. M. F. Hippie & Co.,
96 Fourth av.
MONEY to loan on mortgages: can furnish any
sum desired; no delay. Piper & Clark, 131
MONEY at 5 per cent: we have (50,000 to loan.
$300 up. J. C. Alles.t Co., 164 Fourth av.
WANTF.D-To make you a quick loan on mort
gage. Snyder Ji White, 162 Fourth av.
ALL the grocers and poultry dressers to know
that we lui c live and dressed poultry on hand
at all times: also fresh eggs aud creamery butter.
Huffuer Jt Co., 954 Peun av.
DR. JENKINS GRIFFITH'S Ta-va-zon Congh
Syrup cures lagrlppe. coughs, colds, consump
tion: Immediate, relief guaranteed.
1,iLF(TtH Mfg. andsnpptvOo..?:
U Tgh.. 64 Federal. Allegh'y: In
bell-wiring; t'.tctrlcal repairing
ELECTRICAL repair work: all kinds at short
liollce, J. L. Hays Jt Co., 831 Liberty ar.
I FAMILY sewing and dressmaking by day or
: week; cutting. and fitting a specialty; 8 years'
experience. Address A. 41. Dispatch office.
HAIR mattresses to renovate: furniture to repair,
refinlsh, reupholsterat your resldt-nce; refer
ence given. Address A. Z., Dispatch office.
IADlEs' Dining and Lunch Room Holiday
j buyers when out shopping lunch at Kevan's
ladles' favorite lunching resort. 903 Penu ar.
MARRY me. Tom, and buy my New Year's gift
atJloyle's. iGSLacock st, Allegheny.
"VTEW patents issued Dec. lo. 1802-O. D. Levis,
-L solicitor of patents, office No. 1115th ay., next
Leader. Pgh., Pa.: Lindsuy 11. Bradly, r lush
ing. O.. truss for mining machines: William
Flam. Dcner, Col., sofa: Jos. Dean, Glidbaugh,
Germany, oil filter: Harry G. Else. Eric. Pa..
folding Hammock frame; Louis C. Evans, spring
field, o., spreader for barrow: George W.
Hicks, Obcrlin O., Trunk carrier
John R. Hamilton, N. Y. rotary
engine Robert II. Jordan. Jefferson, Pa., "sled
shte"; Adam C. Lavcock, Kingston. Pa.,
"thill coupling": Jlartln Taylor. Fairmont, W.
Va.. "Embalming": Lewis Alllls. Akron, o..
"Grain binding harvester": Allred S. Sljker.
Laflln. Pa.. "Valve": George E. Hudson, Pitts
burg. "Apparatus for systemlng the number of
words written on a typewriter": Ueo.J.Saurbray,
Columbus, O.. "strain propelled vehicle."
United States and all foreign patents obtained;
trademark designs, patents, etc 0. 1). Levis, over
20 years solicitor patents, 131 5th ave,, next
Leader, Pittsburg, Pa.
PAINTIN G and plate glass glazing. It. C. Miller,
531 Grant st PltUburg.
T'RfJNIM hauiea to aim from tne hast End for
fifty cents. Campbell & Davis, No. Ubeventh
av. Telephone 270.
ri 'YPEW RITlNG of all kinds; neat work prompt
X lvtnrnedout and guaranteed; terms reason
able. "Call or address J. H. Caldwell, 155 Fourth av.
WANTED Business and professional men to
know that the Ofllce Sp dally Co.. 105 Third
av.. keeps In stock the most Improved office furni
ture, filing cabinets and labor-savlngolllce devices.
WANTED Ladles, your hangs cut and curled,
15 cents, by expert hairdressers; combings
made up any style. Mrs. D Graham, 5 Sixth st,:
three doors below Alvin Theater; open Christmas.
WANTED-Rlilc shooters to attend a turkey
shoot on Monday, December 28, end of Cali
fornia av. car line. Irom 10 A.
M, to 5 1'. M.; per-
mission to use your own gun.
W ANTED Two pool tables, second hand; must
be In good condition and cheap: will buy or
rent. Address Michael JlcCauley, McConauby
block, Johnstown, Pa.
T ANTED To sell our Caspian diamonds,
II mounted In solid gold studs and earrings;
prices from (1 50 np, Emauucl De Roy, 643 gmlth-
WANTED Contracts orhaullng for all klnas of
wholesale houses at lowest rates. M. B.,
WOOD ami photoengraving; half tones; electro
typing. Bragdou. 73 Fourtb ave.
TIT ANTED-Ladies to call for reliable help. Ex-
T change. 910 Penn av.
-First-class Estey organ; cheap.
PIANO Good upright piano; must sell, cheap.
105 Pennsylvania av.,-Allegheny.
piANO-Upright piano. 192 Arch St., Allegheny.
Horses. Vehicles. Hve Stock. For Sale.
JERSEY cow and calf. Inquire H. J. Heinz Co.,
199tlalnst., Allegheny City.
Kubbor Stamps and Stencils For Sale.
GETyonr rubber stamps, steel stamp stencils,
seal presses, brass checks, etc. from Sheaffer
& Co., 49 Filth av.. Dun's College bulldlug.
miscellaneous For Sale
B RICK -5,C0O,OO0 new building brick In quanti
ties to suit buyer at Bedford av.. pear Pcnn
Incline. John Lanz & Co., Llm. City tele
CASKS-Hnlding 24. 43 and GO barrels.
Pier Ji Dannals' brewery.
EOR SALE Brown and white Leghorn and black
Minorca, Cockrclls: splendid stock: hatched
this spring. .Torrance Poultry Farm, Fettcrman
P. O.. Alle. co.. Pa.
FOR SALE Ladles' solid gold watches at 13 00
upward. Emanuel De Roy, 643 Smlthfleld st.
)OOL and billiard tables,
Inquire at 1113 Penn
REMEJIBER-Tliat we sell bona fide sewing ma
chines or standard makes from 5 up; overy
machine warranted: no ctaptrap or dummy ma
chine. Sewing Machine Exchange, 17 Diamond
FE Large folding door safe; also, small safe;
big bargain, 63 Diamond st.
WKARERa or spectacles to out the oest It steel
and S3 CO gold spectacles and eve glasses vet
offered of W. u Trleber, practical optician, at I
tjchaeftx's jewelry itore, 150 Fifth av. j
FOK SALE BUSINESS.
Business Opportunities For Sale.
BOARDING HOUSE-Lease and furniture. 14
rooms: loratrd at rjostohlce; aoing good busl
ness. M. F. Hippie & Co.. 98 Fourth ay.
BY J. H. Chambers A Co.. 103 Fourth av.-$t0.f00
boot and shoe store in one of the best locations
In the city or Pittsburg: doing a trade of S35.000 per
year and making large profits, but must be sold at
once: stock wlllbe reduced to suit purchasers and
best or reasons for selling w2'.l he given. J. H.
Chambers & Co., 103 Fourth av.
HALF INTEREST In high grade monthly mag
azine; nearly 1C0. 000 subscribers, and not ln
yeirs old. Business on basis of s-.o O.0 yearly
profit: can be easily doubled: party with literary
tastrs or experience preferred: wi'l seil for 140.000
If taken atonce. J.. 4106 Drexel Bou'., Chicago.
HO TEL-50 rooms, "barand restanrant: centrally
located: 5-year lease; making money: to a lira
man here is a chance.
M. F. Hippie & Co.. 9J
I iLOTHINQ HOUSE The leading clothing house
yj In one or the Dest manuficturlng towns In
Penua.; has a steadily Increasing business, and
made oyer S3. COO net profits list year: theowurr Is
In Other Daftness, and will giye n live man a bar
gain. JI. F. Hippie Jt Co.. 03 Fourth av.
f ROCFRY An opportunity to make money 011 a
J small Investment; a good grocery store within
12mlles of Pittsburg doing splendid cash business;
a bargain to a qulcx buyer., Woolsey & Hamilton,
brokers. 96 Fourth av. .
FLOUR aud feed business Doing S25.C00 business
.1 year; making money: only2,oiw c.isli needed :
here Is a chance to a live man. 31. F. Hippie Jt
Co., 9.: Fourth av.
HOTEL-36 rooms: this Is one of the very best
6mall houses In the city. M. F. Hippie Jt Co..
96 Fourth av.
INTEREST In a safe, reliable, manufacturing
business Has a good trade and want to in
crease It; to a live man who can manage a depart
ment here Is a chance. JI. F. Hippie & Co., 96
T 1QUOR STORE-In Stenbenville. O.: on ac
Ju count of sickness of the proprietor: best loca
tion in town; capital required Ii000 or more. Ad
dressR. Sclinorreuberg. SteubenylUe, O.
HOTEL-Inqulre C. X.. Dispatcn
MEAT MARKET-In a good, lively town, cheap
for cash. Call on or address C. D. Strickland.
POOL and billiard room cheap for cash: first
class stand; good reasons for selling. Apply at
4061 Penn av.
SALOON Good paying saloon In Cleveland, op
posite Central Marset House: must sell owing
to other business engagements. Address baloou,
415 Ontario st., Cleveland, o.
STEAM LAUNDRY-Located in one of the best
towns In Western Pa.: niaehluery all lu good
order. 'JL F. Hippie & Co., 96 Fourth av.
STEAM LA UN DRY doing good business In town
of 12,000, near city; good reason for selling.
Address Lex, Dispatch office
Q1 OOO Grocery store In an Ohio town doing a
U?X good paying business must b sold at once,
as owner is leaving: this Is a decided bargain and
location; no rent, as price Includes tbe building.
J. H. Chambers & Co., 108 Fourth av.
Gentlemen's furnlshln roods irore on
nromlnent strppt In Ailedienv? .arpri.I
bargain If tafcea at once. Holmes & Co.. 420 Siuitu-
OOO Furniture business In a good town.
doing a cash trade. M. F. Hlpp.e Ji Co., 9
Business Properties For Sale.
BUSINESS STANDS-Twogood business stands,
one 2CC6 Carson, and one 69 Twelfth St.: do
ing first-class bu3lnes: reason for selling, death
In family; call at 260J Carson, S. S.. any evening
auring the week. J. W. Schuckman.
Manufacturing Sites For Sale.
MANUFACTURING SITE3 In both cities and
In suburbs, with and without buildings and
machinery, with be-t of railroad and water facil
ities. Call or address T. U. Dickson, 111 Fourth
av., room 45.
Coal Lands For Sale. .
1300 Acres Third pool coal, with large river
5 frontage and best of shipping facilities. T.H.
Dickson. Ill Fourth av.. room 4..
FOB SALE LOTS.
East End Lots For Sale,
FOR SALE-Schenley Park lots 50x150. greater
rrontage If desired. Woodland avenue, be
tween Forbes avenue and Scheniey Park: asphal.
turn pavement: street railroad; cheap- easy terms
Frank F. N lcola, 5100 Forbes or 20 Fifth avenue.
WE have for sale or trade the following proper
ties: New 12-room stone aud brick dwelling
on Hlland av.. with lot SOxl'-O. for good lot worth
S20 0u0. Also new 9-rnnm frame In Oakland, with
stable, for lot worth 87,509. Also four compara
tively new 7-rooin brick dwellings, on car line,
paying 10 per cent net. for lots worth S3. 000. Also
10 acres in Eighteenth want fcr property worth
$.13. COO. and a number of Pltlsbnrg and Allegheny
properties for good lots. Call ou C. R. Funden
uerg Ji Co., 77 Fourth av.
WEhavc.Iots in all parts of East End at all
prices that will surely prove a very profita
ble Investment to prompt buyers.
M. E. Baldwin,
-i rraiiKsiown nvc, ..
Suburban Lots for Sale.
pHARTIERSLOTS-FIne building lots atChar
J tiers (McKec's Rocks borough): (250 and up
ward, according to size and location: the most
accessible of anv suburb of Pittsburg: 10 minutes
by the P. Jt L. E. It. It.; as minutes hy Chanters
packets: 20 minutes by new electric line (now
almost completed) from foot or Fifth aye.; these
lots front on line of electric road; are centrally
located In the midst of a population of about 3,000;
Charticrsnow has one large steel works, one roll
ing mill, one bridge works, one coke works, the
P. Jt L. E. R. 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. Dlcxson, 111 Fourth
ave,. Room 45.
LOTS Wllklnsburg lots In the Hunterplan. three
squares rrom the new traction lines. at?300.
S350. S.I75 and (400: some of them with (10 cash pay
ments and (2 per week, or (25 every three months;
a rare chance-. C. II. Love, 93 Fourth av.
FOR SALE EtIPKOVED HEAL ESTATE
C7 300 for a (1CO00 Locnstst. property. Owner
I j expects to leave the city. January 1: best
bargain ever offered. Call at once or you will
miss It. John K. Ewing JfciCo., 107 Federal st.
East End Itesldences For Sale.
WHY pay rent when you can bny a modern
home, and have 10 years to pay for It? These
houses adjoin the Greenfield av. entrance to Schen
iey Park, have all modern Improvements and con
veniences, bath rooms, inside w. c's. pantries,
slate mantels, tile hearths, etc., papered and made
attractive Inside and ont. The streets are all sew
ered, both gases upon property; cltv water; elec
tric cars run through it. Greenfield av. is paved
with asphaltum. The honscs are built by day work,
all separate: no two alike in Interior or exterior.
In design or finish, 'ibis gives the property a
charm not to be found elsewhere. They have 4. 5,
6. 7 and 3 rooms each. Prices range from (2.200 to
(4,700. Terms One-fifth cash, balance In 10 years,
sasne as rent. Take Second av. electric cars to
a reenfleld av. ; they ran all night. Peter Shields.
533 Grant st. Branch office on property; agent
ffiQ 700 A very cheap property close to I.arl
U0) mcr av. bridge, having six rooms, bath. I.
w. c, 2 rooms in tin. attic: lot 25x100; will take (300
down, balance to salt purchaser. M. E. Baldwin,
24 Fraukstown av.. E. E. '
500 Elegantbrlck house on Walnnt st., E.
F, i.. wit i eerv nossiote monern conven
ience, containing ll rooms; lot 33x126: at terms to
suit a quick buyer. M. E. Baldwin, 21 Franks
'town av., E. E.
(JgO 000 Frame house on Falwln St., E. E., hav
tlDO) lug 9 rooms, beautifully papered, all con
veniences, marble mantels, tile hearths, slate roof:
lot. 30x120 to an alley. M. . Baldwin, 24 Franks
tow r. av., E. E.
TO LET Dlthridge St., near Fifth av large
double brick dwelling; 8 rooms, I sundry, bath,
etc.: about three-quarters of an acre of ground:
fruit and shade trees in abundance: also stable and
other outbuildings. Reed, McLllroy Jt Co., 150
Allegheny Residences To Let.
TO LET John K. EwIngJt CO.. 107 Federal st,,
headquarters for Allegheny houses; free list.
a to LET Sepda list of vour tenants to John K.
. Ewing & Co.. 107 Federal street, and have your
January quit notices served promptly.
Rooms To Let.
AVERY ST. CO. Allegheny Furnished front
room, both gascsr rent .0.
gases, bath, etc
212 Furnished rooms; both
FEDERAL ST., 221, Allegheny-Pleasant room,
reasonable rates. .
IFTH AV.. 623-Turnishea room: second floor.
FORBLS AV.. 4S0-3 fine rooms all on first floor
suitable for a young couple.
1 ACOCK ST.. IDS. Allegheny Furnished rooms;
j J2, 2 50 and (3 per week. ,
LOCUST ST.. 143, cor. Magee-lst Jan., warm,
comfortably furnished front room; 13.
1IXTH ST.. 20.-Famlshed rooms, with or
IA 'Without board.
PARK WAY. 100. Allegheny Roomers and taole
boarders. (3 50 week.
PENN, A V., 404-ThIrd story front room suitable
for two gentlemen.
Xl hoth gases: 1
room, furnished or unfurnished:
both gases: bath: with or without boardt Du-
quesnearars pass door. Oakland,. Dispatch office
OOSIS-J6 per month. 737 Fifth av.
, 94 Well furnished second story
SOOTH HILASD AV.. 237-WeIl-furnishcd
room; ail conveniences; references.
Zbeb additional aaicuunaer M anted Hoarder
Miscellaneous To Lets.
I'O LET Staba on alley, between Fonrtn av.and
Diamond St., mid between Mnlthneld st. aud
Cherry alley, c. U. Love, 03 Fourth av. ,
TO LET Everyone knows, that we aro selling
gentlemen's solid gold watches at 115, Emanuel
iieltoy, 643 sniltbuela street.
East End Residences To I.et-
TO LET Modern G-room house, choice location,
bath, range, gas. cabinet mantels, nice yard,
tree, convenient to a'l lines to city; S25 per month.
3G6 Elysian av Last Eud.
rpO LET 8-room dwelling near cable llnei7mln
JL ntes from postofflce; all modern conveniences ;
rent 321 pyr month: Immediate possession. C. U.
Lote. S3 Fourth av.
rpo LET Furnished house facing pirk. 10 rooms
J and all conveniences: will rent rrom now un
til August 1 at a low rent. Black Jt Balrd, 95
Business Stands To Lot.
TO LET Two-story ouildlng 40x100, 304 and 308
Pennsylvania ar.. with boiler, engine, shaft
ing, suitable for stair builder or carpenter. Inquire
J. iV. Carey, Monterey and Taylor avs., Alle
gheny rpo LET Verysuitablerorelubhouse. large brick
I house of IS spacious rooms. large halls, litest
fixtures, on Penn ay. near Fourth st.. which can
be leased tor a term of three to five years. See W.
A. Ilerron Sons. No. so Fourth av.
rpo LET Space wlm power: every convenience;
X corner Pcan av. and Third st. Nicola Bros.,
10 Filth av.
'O LET New 4-story warehouse, corner Fourth
L ar. and Liberty st. C. II. Love, 93 Fourth av.
Offices. Desk lloom. Etc, To Let.
TO LET In the Ferguson block. Third and
Fourth nvs.. a few choice offices; day and
night elrvator. electric clocks and Janitor service
Irte: rent low. BlacK & Balrd. No. S5 Fourth av
'po LL'i In the Hamilton building. 91-93 Firth
J- av.. choice offices, with all conveniences; rent
ow. niack & Balrd. Vo. 95 r onrtli ay.
fpo LKT Third floor. Masonic nanc building:
JL rooms suitable for artist, draughtsman, archi
I'O LIcT Deskroom In our main office at from 15
. and upward with use of desk, etc. C. H.
Love. 91 Fourth av.
)EI.bONAL-B.. write. Z. U.
PEKsOXAL-Excbauge, 919 Penn av.; reliable
PERSON AL-rxchange. 910 Penn av,;
help help female help.
"PERSONAL Exchange 910 Penn av., secures
C the home good servants.
ERSONAL Exchange. 910 Penn av.; reliable
female help with relerences.
PERSONAu Exchange. 910 Penn av.: misses'
chambermaids; also colored help.
ERSONAL-Exchangc. 910 Penn av.; supplies
housework girls with references.
ERSONA!, Exchange. 910 Penn av.; ladles'
household servants with references.
PERSONAL Unitarian publications free. Ad
dress Miss Mary Lyman, 19 Oakland Square,
PERSONAL Gcrits call as ladles do at the
Charles Matrimonial Institute. 101 Park way.
PERSONAL Superfluous hair removed byelee
trlc needle; consultations free. Mrs. Elliott,
"ptltMiNAL Cash paid tor old gold and sliver
X watches and Jewelrr repaired: newworkmade
to order. Chris Hauch. 5il smlthfleld.
PtlteoNAI.-C'reuii, yes. credit, on fine dress
goods, silks, satins, wraps, etc.. at J. Dwyer's
Room 4. JlcCance block. Tut .-mlthflebl.
PERSONAL-Mrs. Dr. McGranor's, Imperial
massage treatment. 363 Wj lie av.
PERSONAL For Christinas presents go to Stew
art's, 60 Federal st,. Allegheny, where you
get fine cabinet photos and crayo.i portraits.
PER-oNAL-bcntl 10 cents for "People's Advo
cate" describing ladles and gents. In all sta
tions of life, who wish tomtrry. Box 486. Chicago.
PERSONAL Everyone to know where soild gold
rings, set with Caspian diamonds, can be
bought for S2 75 up. Emanuel De Roy, 643 Smith
PERSONAL-Chrlstmas present: ladles' and
gents' slippers: 20 per cent saved; no down
town expenses; call and see them. Stanton's, 505
PERSON AL-Frof. Markley, practical phrenolo
gist, graduate of tbe American Institute of
Phrenology; examinations fl. Office Hours 3 to 9
P. M-. 460 Forbes av.
PERSONAL Marriage paper containing hun
dreds of advertisements of marriageable peo
ple, rich and poor? mailed free. Address Gunnels'
Monthly, Toledo, O.
"PERSONAL Hair, moles, etc. ou laaies races
X permanently destroyed bvthe electric needle
without pain or scar; consultation free. Miss
Streng, .office 903 Penn av.. Dickson building.
PERSONAL Ladles, yournangs cat ant curled.
15 cents, by expert hairdressers: combings
made up any style. Mrs. D. Grahanuo Sixth st,;
three doors below Alvin Theater: open Christmas.
V)U?0rtl.-Lau.e wlblllligto lake lurko rare
X Baths or face massage for removing blemishes
and Improving the complexion will please visit my
parlors at 903 Peun ttv.. Pittsburg. Miss snerwood.
PERSONAL Your future revealed according to
science of astrology, with pen rlcture of future
iiusoanu trwueisenu zu cents, inn dates oi mmi
and description of self. Prof. M. Brown, Boxl070,
PERSONAL Is the price in Inducement? Hso.
this will be thn banner week for bargain
seekers, as we shall offer sewing machines from
S5to25. Sewing Machine Exchange, 17 Diamond
PERSONAL Marry Thousands of persons have
married throuh our Introductions, and
thousands more select pcop'e are registered with
ns. Ifyou want a husband or wife, rich or poor,
send stamp for stinple matrimonial paper, securely
scaled. Mr. and Mrs. Drake. Chicago. HI.
IjEUSONAL Anybody knowing the where
abouts of Michael Faulkner, occupation coal
miner, who worked In the mines at Nohlestown,
Pa., la the 6Cvcntles,wouldconfera great favor by
sending his address to his anxious sister, Mrs.
James Creaban, No. 12Tustlnst., Pittsburg. Pa.
1JEKSOXAL Ka-ton-ka. at 199 Second av., Fitts
burg. will cure the following, free of all
charge: Dyspepsia, liver complaint, kidney dis
ease, scrofula, indigestion, constipation, and all
blood taints; consultation free, mcdulne free,
cures guaranteed; office hours from 9 A. 11. to 4 f.
)t.;C:30 to 8:30 evenings; Sundays from 12 Jt. to 4
PERSON AL Christinas goons: an elegant line ot
gold watches for latlles and gents: Jewelry of
the best quality, beautiful rings for ladles of every
description, pins, neck chains, scarf pins, brace
lets, diamonds. Jewelry, rings.a'eeve buttons stuns
and collar buttons, ladles' and gents' watch chains.
sPvcr watches, fine clocks, and a splendid stock of
silverware of every description: tea sets, forks ana
spoons, kulvesand an endless variety of silver
novelties for the holidays: the best goods at prices
as low as rcnuiav koous cau no snitj; pieaso call
and examine. WUson's. 61 Fourth av., near
PERSONAL Oxlen. the wonderful food for the
nerves (a natural nerve nourishment from
nature's fountain of nutrition): gives giant
strength, health and vigor to young and old. after
everything else has failed. Oxlen Is a natural
food for the nerves. Moid and brain, not a stimu
lant. It produces real, not artificial, strength, aud
Its effects are lasting, not temporary. It gives
vitality and vigor to the entire system, and pro
motes healthy action of all organs. It Is unlike
anything ever discovered, and nothing equals It as
a relief and cure for nervous prostration, starved
nerves and all stomach disorders. Giant size. (1:
small box. 25c. Prompt attention paid to all or
ders. Address Oxlen. Box 450. Pltlsbnrg. Pa.
A UCTION SALE
Fine furniture, carpets, Hardman
TUESDAY, Dec 27. at 10 o'clock at tho
rooms or the HENRY AUCTION.
CO., 2 and 2G Ninth St.
Elegant pitrlor suites upholstered in lro
catelle, tapestry, plush and hnfr cloth:
leather couches and easy clinics fancy
tables, Hardman piano lorte, bookcases,
desks.cbiffoniers.chamuer suites in oak and
walnut, wardrobes, Ionnses, chairs and
rockers, Bprings. mattresses and beddlnsr,
pictures, clocks, dishes etc.; extension
tables, hall racks, lirujsels and ingrain car
pets, Turkish rug, curtains and notions.
Sale positive. HENRY AUCTION CO.
HO FOR THE.WORLD'S FAIH!
Engage your room in advance and avoid be
ing imposed on during the rush. The
elegant, large, netv 200 room
stone and brick
(BTJNTON BEOS., of Pittsburg, Props.)
"Will open abont April 20, 1S93.
The most centrally located hotel in the
"World's Fair district. Within i blocks
there sre three entrances to center of Fair
grounds. Two stations on L C B. K., two
electric roads and station on elevated road.
'TERMS FOB BOOMS: 51 per day and
upward. Special inducements to large
numbers. Send for prospectus.
6433 Myrtle ave., Chicago.
To the Orarclies.
Collection for Hospitals will be taken np
to-day, SUNDAY, DECEMBER M.
$7 000 on. '?." ,er2" """"T new ut
vj) i Is 11 stantlal and convenient dwelling
desliably situated In Sbadyside.' contains li
large rooms. Lot 45x110 feet. W. C. STEWART
No. 137 4th av. "J.
C11 rnO wlu by . nc,r ttractyB and
DlliJUU substantial brick dwelling, con
taining 12 large rooms and all Improvements. Has
library on first floor. Lot 5oxi40 fret. Is weU
located in the East End. W. C STEWART. 137
C19 7Rfl on ttLif terms will buy a new.
yOC. I JJ substantial and attractive brick
dwelling, containing 12 large rooms and all con
veniences. Lot40xlI2 feet. This property is de
sirably situated on Stanton ay., near North High
land. Is well finished throughout, and Is worm
2Dp. c. more than Is asked lor It. W. C. STEW
ART. 1374th av.
511 find "HI buy a new substantial and at
tPITiUUvS tractive stone front dwelling
containing 12 large rooms, has never beenoceu.
pled. Is newly papered throughout, has gas and
electric fixtures, heater, range, laundry, furnace
cement ce lars and library on first floor: In fact It
a complete home. Lot 55x190 feet. This property
Is worth every dollar asked for It. and Is' desirably
situated in Shadvslde. For keys to examine same,
see W. C. STEWART, 11? 4tb av.
C17 Kfin on .terms to suit purchaser win
vDInJUU bay a Urge, substantial and at
tractive brick dwelling, situated on one of the
finest Improved avennes In sbadyside. contains 11
large rooms, bath. laundry and all conveniences,
large fine library on first floor. W. C. STEWART.
137 4th av. r
Q PinCl on terms to suit purchaser win
4Z0iUUU bay a new. substantial brick
dwelling, desirably situated on a paved and sew
ered avenue in Sbadyside. Has a large hall tn
center of house, four rooms on tbe first floor, five
rooms and bath on the second, and four largs
rooms on the third. This bouse was nofbnltt for
speculation, but as a home for the' owner, and on
account of sickness, etc.. In famllr.'owaer Is com
pelled to sell. House has Jnst been finished, and
lias never been occupied. For keys to examine
same see W. C. STEWART. 137 4tb av.
MR C((i will buy a large, substantial, and
iPuJiUtU complete dwelling, with one acre
of ground, covered with trees. Desirably situated
on a pared and sewered avenue In Sbadysltie.
House has hall tn center, and four rooms on first
floor, five rooms and bath on second, billiard and
two targe bedrooms on third. The halls and roomi
are very large, and the arrangement Is perfect. Is
newly furnished and papered throughout, and th
owner will sell the entire fumlsbraentata greatly
tJ1 ORfl n easy terms will bay a lot 25x159
if)lt.JJ feet. In a new plan or lots, situated
on a fine 60-foot avenue, near Forbes st. and the
main entrance to Scheniey Park: on line of new
e'ectnc road, within 25 minutes' ride of postofiiee.
For plan and further particulars see W. C.
STEW ART. 137 Fourth av.
CQ 1P,C will buy lots 80x160 feet, situated on
UJyJilOyJ one of the finest avennes In the East
End. near Scheniey Park entrance. For plan, etc,
see V. C. STEWART. 137 Fourth av.
tRTlin wiu by a,ot 60x170 feet, situated on
PviT"Uv a paved and sewered avenue. In one
ftf the choicest neighborhoods in Sbadyside. W.
C. S TEW ART. 137 ourth av.
CtQ flfln will buy a lot 100x200 feet, situated
dJCiUUU on paved part of Forbes street near
the entrance to bcbenlcy Park, or will sell 50 feet
on terms to suit, W. C. STEWART, 137 Fourth
CQR flfln w,u DnT flTe acre desirably slt
vCOJiUUU uated on Squirrel Hill, near the
park. Is without a doubt the finest site on the
hill for elegant residences. W. C. STEWART, J 37
traPi finfl tcrms UO-OCO cash.balanc la ten
vD U U ' VJ U Ui years at 5 per cent with privilege
to pay part or all at any time, and nave one acre or
more released, will buy ten acres desirably situated
on Squirrel 11111. near tne park, has a large rront
age aud lies beautifully. W. C. STEWART, 137
1.2 po Feet,"?.
UE LEVEL FHONTAGlt,
$15 to $25 ;
A FRONT FOOT
Less than other properties are selling
for in same neighborhood. Convn
ient to street cars and P. R. R sur
rounded by residences that cost from
$10,000 to ,?25tOoo. Will sell as a
whole or in blocks, and on terms to
suit purchasers. .
1 66 FOURTH AVE.
"Save Your Rent."
"BUY A HOME WITH THEREXT
The United SecnrltyLlfo Insurance
and Trn't Co. will advance three- ,
fourths () tho value of suelt prop
erty ns you may desire to btiiidor buy.
Policies for terms of 5, 10, 15or20years.
: "Payments same as Bent.""Deed:
:may be in wife's name, husband:
In case of death the pnlioy pro
tects, nnd the Home ts "Free and
Clear." Call or send for circular.
Loans confined to Pittsburg, Allegheny
ana immediate vicinity. .
MORRIS & FLEMING, Agents,
KO. C2 FOUCTil AYE.
On aiphalt paved and sotvored street, ons
lmlf square Irom streetcars. New arid sub
stantial Queen Anne style brick dwelling
10 room-!, reception hall, Irath, open work
plumbing, fine hardwood finish, cemented
cellar, laundry, etc. Bnlit by day work.
Cannot be excelled for the money. Lot 40x
llOleet. Easy terms.; ' ;
M. F. HIPPLE & CO., " -
96 FOURTH AV. ,,
TO LET. :
Pcnn Avenue Store.
Good storeroom and cellar near Sixth st.
Best location on tho avenno.
j 71 Diamond street.
O. D. LEVIS, SOLICITOR OP
131 Fifth: ave next Leader. Pittsbur
(I ffEL SUPPLY CO.,
91 and 92 Water-Street,
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