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THE PITTSBURG" DISPATCH, " FRIDAY DECEMBER1' 30,' 1892.'
DIDiN'T OWE THE POST.
The Prosecutor Gets the Worst of an
A GRIEVANCE BETWEEN G.A.E. MEN
Enit tj a Eank to Collect on Four Large
TBB NEWS OF THE COUNT! COURTS
The case of C C Hay, charged with em
bezzlement by John Adley, was disposed of
in Criminal 'Court yesterday. Both men
are members of Colonel Shaw Post, G. A.
E., composed of colored soldiers. May is
an officer of the post, andAdley charged
him with embezzling 515 belonging to the
organization. It was shown that when the
apparent shortage was discovered the prose
cation was instituted pending an audit
The latter showed that, instead of May
owing the post, the latter was indebted to
him. It was further shown that the pro
ceeding against May was a personal matter,
unauthorized by the post; and a verdict of
not guilty and "placing the costs upon the
prosecutor was rendered!
A verdict of acquittal was rendered in
the case of Charles Arnold, charged with
stealing a horse from Thomas HcCarroll, of
Tarentum, en December 13.
Andrew Strak was found guilty of steal;
Ing $10 from James T. McCracken, of Bos
ton, Pa., on DeceniberSl, and recommended
to the mercy of the Court.
Henry and David Uelfer, who were
charged with assaulting Policeman G.
Y. Dawson, of the "West End, some
weeks ago, were found guilty.
jj. W. PollocK, tne insurance man, wno
insured the minor son of Mrs. JlcMinne
min, was found guilty of false pretense. He
represented that policies could be written
lor minor children, and when the plain
tifi's child died the company contested the
Anton Kasopski was fined J500 and sent to
the workhouse for three months for illegal
liquor selling at Sewicklcy.
Itobert Baxter, charged with assault and
battery and the larceny of household goods
by Mary and Charles Hausen, of McKees
port, was found not guilty, and in the as
sault and battery case the costs were placed
on Mary Hausen.
SUIT OH FOTJE LAEQE NOTES
Brought by the Enterprise Bank Against
the Union Scrap Company.
The Enterprise Savings Bank, of Alle
gheny, yesterday entered suit against J.
M. Kelson, A. Munsch, A. Haller and S.
P. Haller, doing business as the Union
bcrap Company, to recover S.'i.GW CO. The
amount is claimed to be due on lour prov
isory notes indorsed by the defendants to
the plaintiff in the usual course ol business.
When the notes fell due they went to pro
test, payment was refused and the suit re
tulted. To-Daj'b Trial list.
Criminal Court Commonwealth vs George
F. Eudisill, William J. Backhouse, Georse
Reifer, George Launce, Hike Jordon, Louis
Dorstein, Sarah Dorsteln,- J. G. Ebbort,
Joseph W. Knott; Albeit Wilkert, D. A.
Kelly, Janes .McLaughlin, and tho following
desertion and surety or tho peace cubes:
Thomas Conroy, Georjre W. Bain, J. B. Clinl
funt, William McClelland, Silas Carter,
Samuel Xenerwijr, i rank Knife (2), Henry
Fencer, John Baithel, John Becker. Mathilda
Smith, Thomas Wilson. W. H. Miller,
Timothy Donovan, John HadUeld and John
Asking for an Accounting.
A bill in equity was filed yesterday by
Daniel Kelley, administrator of J. C.
Keller, against Humphrey Shields. The
suit is brought to. compel an accounting by
Shields of the assets and profits of the gro
cery business of Shields & Kelley at 2101
Penn avenue since the death of Kelley on
July 8, 1892.
Two Wives Get Divorces.
A divorce was granted yesterday in the
rase of Mrs. Jennie Marshall, of Carson
itreet, Sontbside, against James E. Mar
shall. Infidelity and ill treatment were the
charges. A divorce was also granted in the
case of Clara Pfeil against Louis PleiL De
sertion was the cause.
Reapportionment of MUlvalo Borough.
A petition was filed yesterday asking lor
the appointment of a commission to alter
the boundary lines of the nardsin Millvale
borough. The purpose is to make three
wards in the borough, there being at pres
ent but two.
Damaged by a Pipe Line.
Jacob "Weinman yesterday entered suit
against the Pittsburg Xatural Gas Com
pany for J5.O0O damages for alleged injury
caused by laying a pipe line through his
farm in Penn township.
Asplnwall Borough Incorporated.
A decree was made yesterday lor the in
corpration of the boroogli ot Aspinwalk It
is taken Irom O'Hara township, and the
grand jury has favorably passed upon the
Furnishing tho New I'ostofflce.
Ten carloads of furniture were received
at the l'ostoffice building to-day for the
fitting out ot tbe various offices. The cars
were loaded with partitioning, counters,
desks and filing boxes, and with the two
cars which are on the way, will complete
the furnishment of the Government offices.
Our Largo Ilo.iday Trade
Onr large business has brought to our
wareroonis many "uprights" and
"squares," taken in exchange. Tlier are
now xtnderzoing thorough repairing and
l e varnishing, and ai e using put in first-elat-a
shape. Quite a number are already
finished, and are now being told on our
floors. Wo offer tbem at fiom $50 up.
Come and see what b.irgains they aie.
Cash or Daymen ts.
Mellok & liocsE, Founded 1S31,
Waicrooms 77 Filth avenue.
Which are on sale at the jewelry house of
Henry Terheyden, 530 Sinithfield street.
Bon Bon Boxes,
And many other odds and ends.
Open every evenin;
Tbcbest of everything in men's overcoats
and ulsters at one ualf jormer prices. P. C.
C ir, corner Grantand Diamond streets.
All our 412 overcoats and ulsters for
men at $5 00
All our $15 overcoats and ulsters go
for 7 60
All our$18and$. overcoats and ulsters
color 9 oa
All our $25 and $30 overcoats and ulsters
rotor 12 00
1000 pairs of men's striped pants, worth
$3, at 1 39
1,000 paiis of men's dress pants, worth
$5, at....... ..................... .......... 2 50
P. C. a a, Clothiers,
Corner Grant and Diamond streets.
Christmas Is Past,
' Buf the bargains in fine pianos and
organs at Hamilton's, 91 and 93 Fifth
avenue, still .continue. A. nurobor of
pianos and organs and musio cabinets
ordered for Christmas are jut aiTiv
ing, and fill our store with a hright
new stock to select from. Those or vou
who could not come in for Christmas
come this week and leave your order
for New Tear's delivery.
We will give you prompt attention
and low prices. S. Hamilton,
91 and S3 Filth avenue.
INTOXICATED AND FEEEZIHB.
Terrible Plight of an Old Couple In the
The manager of the Clinton Mills was
notified yesterday by several neighbors of
Daniel Hansbury who live in Clinton Bow,
"West Carson street, that he and his wife
had not been seen since Monday, and it was
feared some ill had befallen the couple. A
man was sent to break open the door, and
upon gaining an entrance and going up
stairs the sight revealed was most horrible.
There, lying in bed in a room without any
fire, with no clothes to cover them, and in
the company of several cats, dogs and
chickens, was the couple in a drunken
stupor and half frozen to death. A man
was dispatched for coal and a fire started.
The Department of Charities was notified,
and Chief Eliot sent Inspector Dirhe to in
vestigate the case.
"It was the dirtiest place I have ever
seen," said Diehl alter-his return -to the
office. "You would have thought the peo
ple were colored from their appearance,
there were cats, dogs and chickens ail around
the room and and the filth was revolting.
At first, when aroused from the stupor.
They both refused to go to the Poor Farm
as I suggested, but after a little persuasion
and the assistance of Father McTighe we
persuatled them it was the best thing for
them to do."
The ambulance will be sent to the house
to carry the old couple to the City Farm
Special China Sale.
To-day and Saturday only we will sell all
our odd and end Haviland and fiance plates,
teas and A. D. coffees at 15s each. e will ,
have four tables in the fiont of store t s- ,
leot from, at C. Reizenstein's, 150 to 156 Fed
eral street, Allegheny.
MEETINGS AND NOTICES.
ANNUAL MEETTXG THE ANNUAL MEET--ING
of the stockholders of the Monongaheia
Navigation Companv will beheld at theomce 01
the company. No. 8 Wood street, Pittsburg. Pa.,
on THURSDAY. January 12. 189J. at 2 o'clock r.
u.. for the election o: officers for tht ensuing year
and tbe transaction or other business.
W. IIAKEWELL, Secretary.
Office or Westeux Pennsylvania
PirnBUKG. Dec. 21, 1832.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OFTHELIFEMAN
AGERSofthls soclcrj.forthe election of thir
teen directors to serve for the ensuing year, and
for the transaction of such other business as may
be brought up, will be held in the United States
District Court room (new), postoffice building,
third floor, take elevator, Third avenue and Sinith
field 6treet. 'JUESDAY, January 3. 1S33, at 3
o'clock, 1. 21.
A. P. BURCIIFIELD, Secretary.
VTOTICE-ON AND AFTER JANUARY 1. If 93,
li the business of the firm of Booth & Dlun will
be continued by llooth'Jt Fllnu, Limited.
VTOTICE OFFICE SERVICE RENDERED BY
J.1 the day; a corps ol expert bookkeepers. Wool
sey's Accounting liureau. No. 96 Fourth av.
TOT1CE-COUPONS OF THE FIRST MOKT
i GAGE bonds of the Nortuslde Bridge Com
pany due JAN 4 ARY 1, K will be paid on and
after that date on presentation at the Safe Deposit
Co., No. 83 Fourth are. R. L. ORR, Treasurer.
December 29. 1892.
VTOTICE TO THE PUBL1C-T1IE FIRM OF
i UonlstaUl & Kisl. heretofore doing a whole
sale liquor business at No. 10 Diamond square, city
r( Plusuurg. Pa., was dissolved on Augusts, 1S92.
Frank Boulstalll withdrawing from said firm, and
that the us of his name In connection with said
firm thereafter -nas unauthorized and without
authority. FRANK BONISTALLI.
KOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
him of Meldon A. McKenna, plumbers, at No.
41 1 ourth avenue, Pittsburg, has been dls
sohed by mutual consent, Frank B. Mel
don withdrawing from said firm: all per
sons Indented to said firm will make prompt
settli-mrnt to James A. McKenna, w ho will con
tinue said business at said (place, and who will
a'suine and par otf all cxUiing liabilities of said
firm. FRANK B. MELDON. JaMES A. Mc
I?LECTION-THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
j stockholders of the Not thslde Bridge Company,
lurtlie eiculouofa Hoard of Directors, will be heid
at the office of William B. Itodgers. Eq.. No. !s
Diamond st., on t ED.VEsDAY. Jannarv 4, 18T3.
Transfer books closed from January 1 to Januarr
15. 1891. JAMES H. LINDSAY. President.
ELECTION -Til K ANNUAL MEETING OF
the stockholders of the Suburban Rtpld Tran
sit Street Rallwav Company will be held at the of
fice of Hays & Noble, No, 118 Diamond St., Pitts
bur. on MON D AY. Januarv 9. 189.1. at 3 o'clock p.
II.. for the election of a President and Board of Di
rectors for the ensuing year and the transaction or
THMD National Baxk, itttseueo.
December 1U. 1892. f
ELECTION-THE ANNUAL ELECTION FOR
nine directors of this bink. to serve for the
ensuing year, will be held at the banking house. 526
and 528 Wood St.. on TUESDAl. January 10,1893.
between the hours of 11 .4. m. and 1 p. m.
AV. bTElNMEYEK, Cashier.
Fikst National Bxk, Pittsboeg. Pa.
THEANNDAL ELECTION IOU NINE DI
RECTOR tor this bank to serve for the ensu
ing year n ill be held at the banking house, corner
Vi ood st. ana Firth av., TULsDAY. January 10,
lt3, between the hours of 12 noon and 1 p. ji.
J.D. SCULLY, Cashier.
December 10. IS92.
1 DfQCEsvE r atiosal Bank, )
Pittsbukg. Pa., Dec.MO. 1892. J
I7LECTION-THE ANNUiL ELECTION FOR
j (10) ten directors to serve this oank for the en
suing year will be held at the hanking house. No.
409 smithfield street, on TUESDAY. January 10,
1593, between the hours of 12 ji. and 1 p. m.
A. H. PATTERSON. Cashier.
THE FREEHOLD BANK, I
Pittsburg Pa., Dec 24. 1892. J
17LECTION-THE ANNUAL ELECTION FOR
j directors or this bank will be held at the bank
ing house. No. 114 Fourth avenue, on MONDAY,
Januarys 1693, between the hours or 2 and4p. u.
JOHN F. STEEL, Cashier.
Teutoma Maexnerchor. )
ALLEGHENY. Dec. 29, 1812. J
I ELECTION THE ANNUAL ELECTION FOR
j officers to serve for the ensuing 3 ear will be
held at the had on Pike St.. Allegheny.on FRIDAY
EVENING. December 3 1192, between the hours
of 8 and 10 o'clock. Mi mbers are respectfully Invited
to attend. CHARLEs SCHLIEPEK, JR.,
The Ben Franklin Insurance Co,
Ol TUB CITY OF ALLEGHENY. PA..
Allegheny, Dec. 29. lS'S.
nLECTION THE ANNUAL ELKCTlON OF
.Li directors of this companv to serve lor the en
suing year will held at tne office or the company
on MONDAY, January 9, 1833. between the hours
of 10 o'clock a. M. and 2 o'clock p. M.
WM. A. FORD, Secretary.
PlTTSECiiG, December 26, 1S92,
I7LECTION-TIIE ANNUAL MEETING OF
2i the stockholders ol this company will be held
at Its general office, corner or Third avenue and
Trv street. Pittsburg, on MONDAY, January 9,
ISS3, at 2 o'clock P. ., for the election or a Presi
dent and Board or Directors to serve for the en
suing 3 ear. and ror transacting such other busi
ness as may be brought before themecting.
BENJAMIN PAGE, secretary.
FIDELITY TITLE AND TRUST CO.. 121 andl3
I7STATE OF HENRI ROLLIN PARKER, DE
j CEASLD Notice Is hereby given that letters
of administration on the estate or Henri Rodin
Parker hive been granted to the undersigned, to
it hoin all persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment, and those
having claims against the same should make them
known without dcliv. ,
FIDELITY TITLE AND TRUST CO.,
Administrator c. t. a.
E. Y. BRECK. Attorney.
PERSONAL Superfluous hair removed by elec
tric needle; consultations free. Mrs. Elliott,
642 Penn av.
PtltONAL-Creait, yts, ireait, on Dne dress
goods, silks, satins, wraps, etc., at J. Dwyer'n
Room 4. .McCance b'ock. iot snutliSeld.
PERGONAL l'rof. Markley. practical phrenolo
gist, graduate of the American Institute of
Phrcnologr: examinations $1. Office hours 9 to 12
A. II,, 450 Forbes av.
PERSONAL Hair, moies, etc. on ladies" races
permanently destroyed by the electric needle
without pain or scar: consultation free. Mls
Streng. office 9K1 Penn av.. Dickson building.
PERSONAL Ladleswishlng to taKe Tnrko Face
Baths or face massage for removing blemishes
and improving the complexion will please visit my
parlors at 903 Penn av.. Pittsburg. Miss Sherwood.
TjERbON'AL-Ka-ton-ka, at 199 Second av., ritts-'
L burg, will core the follonlng. free of all
charge: Dyspepsia, liver complaint, kidney dis
ease, scrofula, indigestion, constipation, and all
blood taints; consultation free, medicine tree,
enres guaranteed; office bonrs rrom 9 a. M. to 4 p.
.: 6:30 to 8:30 evenings; Sundays from 12 M. to 4
PERSON AL Young married lady would like any
number of young wives to know that she has
a most excellent recipe for the promotion of peace
and happiness In the home circle: send your hr.s
band's clothes to Dickson, the tailor, who will
citan, press and repair them at a most moderate
cost. For nroof see Dickson, the Tailor, 65 Fifth
av.. second floor Telephone IW,
FOUN D A. Carlson. 1C9 Carson St.. Southslde. is
carrying the finest stock or America a andSwlss
watches at lowest prices.
TXlUND-RedbuU. Dec 26: owner
X Identify and pay charges, or will be sold ac
cordingly to law.
LOST Between Dispatch office and branch office,
Allegheny, bunch of Keys. Keward if re
turned to Dispatch office or Mary Coulet, ' 183
JS- Classified real estate advertisements on this
page ten cents per line or each insertion, and
none talcenfor less than twenty cents.
UNTIL FURTHEB NOTICE
ADVERTISEMENTS ON THIS PAGE
Classified under the following headings will be ac
cepted at tbe rate of
ONE CEKT' PER TVORD
FOE XACH INSERTION when paid for in ad
vance either at mala or branch offices.
Wanted Advertisements of Ml Kinds,
TO LET BOOMS,
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALES,
LOST AND POUND.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH.
Cor. Smithfield and Diamond Streets.
BRANCH OFFICES AS FOLLOWS, WHERE
AY ANTS, FOR SALE, TO LET AND OTHER
TRANSIENT ADVERTISEMENTS WILL BE
RECEIVED DP TO 9 P. M. FOR INSERTION.
Advertisements should be prepaid unless adver
tisers already have accounts with Tn DisrATCn.
FOR ALLEGHENY, NO. 1W FEDERAL ST.,
FOR THE SODTHSIUii; N12 CARSON ST.,
TELEPHONE NO. 602!.
FOR THE EAST .END, J.W.WAliACm 6121
THOI! AS MCCAFFREY. 3509 Butler st.
EMIL G. STDCKEY. 34th street and Penn avenue.
F. H. EGGER3 JtSON. Ohio and Chestnut sU.
THOMAS McHENRY. Western and Irwin avs.
BARBbR-Good wages to right man.
Smith. East Palestine, O.
BARBER With 2 years' experience.
BARBER Good steady man.
220 Arch St., Allc-
BARBES-At247 Ohio St.
Allegheny. Eggers &
"D ARBER-No. 4G Fourth av.
BRASS MOLDER-A good brass moldertowork
out of tbe city: good wages and steady work.
Call with reference, between 11 and 12 o'clock, on
The Pittsburg Reduction Co., No. 116 Water st.
BUTCHER At once, at Braddock, a good butcher;
good wages to good man. J. L. Ebner. 850
Main st., Braddock; none but good men need ap
ply. (CANVASSERS Salary or commission.
J 102 Fourth av.. room 6.
ClOOPERS-n good coopers to make whisky bar
J rcls. F. Kober. 44 Fountain st.
DRUG CLtRK-A Q. A. preferred. Address
Glucose, Dispatch office.
r ARDENER A No. 1 cardener.
single man, to
nort. Call or
T go to McKeesport or near McKeesport.
address William O'Bryon, 95 Fifth av., Pittsburg,
MAN A competent man to take entire charge of
an illuminating coal gas works: must be
familiar with all details; only strictly sober and
steady man need apnly: must give good references.
AppW to W. J. T. Saint, 'ihlrd and Malasts.,
MAN To work at the installment business; sal
ary and commission. William F. Cornman,
-Bv a laree wholesale llauor house.
a first-class liquor salesman: one who can com-
mand trade: liberal salary paid to right party.
Address Liquor, Dispatch office.
SECRETARY, who must be a good business man
and have from (2,100 to $5,003 In money to put
Into the company; we are employing about 100
men, and want a secretary to have an Interest with
ns in the companv. ApplV to John McOlave, Pres
ident, Sumner Glass Company, Steubenvllle. O.
AGENTS Salarv or commission to agents to han
dle the Patent Chemical Ink Erasing Pencil!
the most useful and novel invention of the age;
erases Ink thoroughly In two seconds: works like
magic; 200 to 00 per cent proflt; agents making
$50 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 and everyone to examine our car
riage, wagon and sleigh stoves: agents mak
ing money fast: the greatest and most Useful In
vention on the market, to save jour health.
Specialty Company, 420 smithfield st
AGENTS for Western Pennsylvania to sell the
famous Koal-Spar, now wanted In every
household; big profits, exclusive territory. Send
5 cents for sample and lnrormatlon, B. Goldstein,
2GG Franklin st.. Allegheny.
AGENTS For new sanitary article used In every
home and office: exclusive territory; big
Erofits. Columbia Chem. Co., I20)j Clybourne av.,
AGENTS-A tew experienced agents: experienc
ed In soliciting advertising preferred; salary or
commission. 103 Fourth av., room 23
AGENTS To sell a full line of household goods
on installments: salary and commission.
John McKeown, McKeesport, Px.
AGENTs ?3 to $7 dally; experience unneces
sary. Putnam & Co., Perfumers, WeslWln
AGENTS to sell Wlegand's picture hanger.
Wlegand Hanger Co., 1232 Penn.
Female Help Wanted.
CIOOKS Houseglrls: places waiting:
free. Exchange, 910 Penn ave.
(lOOK Female cook and
J 56 Tenth St., restaurant.
dining room girl.
ISUWASHER-Apply at once 56 Tenth st.
GIRL for general housework: new house. Apply
221 South Euclid ave., iast End.
IADY to assist in office work: salary 15: one who
J has had experience In Instalment office pre
ferred. Address, with references, A. B. P.,
Male and Female Help Wonted.
HELP Laundress for two days every week:
cooks, chambermaids, dining room girls,
house girls, German and colored girls: colored
conk and chambermaid for small familr; hotel
help, drivers, porters, white and colored walterc;
2 colored boys. Miss Dolan, successor to Mrs.
Thompson, 693 Grant St.
HELP At once 2 teamsters, male cook, farm
hands, man to attend 10 borse and cow, hotel
cnnKs, dish washers, chambermaids, dining room
Eirls, laundress, family belli; highest wages paid
ere. Median's Agency, 545 Grant st.
LADIES or young men to take light, pleasant
work at tbelr own homes; (1 to 3 per day can
be quietly made; work sent by mall: no canvass
ing. For particulars address Globe Mfg. Co., Box
biil, Boston, Mass. Established 1SS0.
POSITION as superintendent of coal mines by a
practical man, understands the construction
of plant and development of mines. Address
Practical, Dispatch office.
POSITION as bookkeeper by a steady and reliable
man: good references from present and past
employers: moderate salary for start. Address 269
Franklin St., Allegheny.
POSITION Bv experienced dressmaker, by day
or In families; cutting or fitting; reference.
Address A. 41. Dispatch office.
POSITION as clerk In railway or other office;
good references. W. J. Hamilton, 119 Harri
son ave., Allegheny, Pa.
POSITION As clerk or manager of hotel citv or
country, by a man of experience. Address S.
C. Faddls. Jefferson, Pa.
POSITION as stenographer and typewriter by a
young lady; best or reference. Address J. S-,
SITUATION-By a practical gardener. J. T.
Eodgcrs. Lincoln av.. 3It. Lemlngton, E. E.
Hotels, Dining and Lunch Boonu.
HOTEL FEDERAL, in Federal, Allegheny
tl 50, S2 day; special rates when permanent.
Business Opportunities Wanted.
WANTED To represent parties manufacturing
specialties used by steam users, engineers
firebrick makers, etc, on salary and coramlssloni
reference. Address P. O. Box 423, Pittsburg, Pa,
Boarders and Lodgers Wanted.
OCCUPANTS-Gentlemen to occupy furnished
Toom. 18 Arch st., Allegheny.
tTjANTED-Furnished room and board, in East
1 1 End or Lawrenceville. for gentleman, wife
ana 4-year-oio cnua. Aqaress witn terms 11. E,
s., uispaicu omce.
PARTNER with tXO to f.100 to manufacture and
sell a novelty that sells at sight: 200 per cent
profit; this will bear Investigation. Call after 5 p.
M., Room 12, Scott's Hotel.
BENSVVANGEK& ZAHN-Fire insurance.
JOHN K. EWING & CO.. 107 Federal at.,
quick loans: money ready.
MONEY to loan on mortgages: can furnish any
sum desired; no delay. Piper & Clark, 131
MONEY at 5 per cent: we have 150,000 to loan.
J up. J. C. Allesi Co.. 164 Fourth av.
MORTGAGES on city or AUegneny county
property at lowest rates. Henry A. Weaver.
& Co.. 92 Fourth av.
TO LOAN-J3W.UX) on mortgages: 1100 ana up-
residence or business
. ., ..u lpw vet.., fwu,wpv a -73 yvi veuton
vacant lota or
farms, s. II. French, i:
Fourth. a v.
WAN TED -Mortgages on improved city or Alle
gheny city property. McCuno A Coulter, 98
WANTED To make yon a quick loan on mort
gage. "Snyacr & White, 162 Fourth av.
PDPILS-At once, ladles and gentlemen to learn
shorthand and typewriting: this school con
tinues tbe careful training and thorough instruc
tion In these branches for which it has hitherto
been so favorably known: seventh Tears special
opening January 10: circulars free. Private Short
hand Institute. 315 SmlthUeld St.. Pittsburg. Pa.
ALL lead glaziers keen away from New York
and Brooklyn; men on strike. By order of
ELECTRIC Mrtr. and SiipplvCo..810BlsselI block.
Pgh.. 64 Federal, Allegli'y: Incandescent and
bell wiring; electrical repairing a specialty;
LADIES' Dining and Lunch Room-Holldav
buyers when out shopping lunch at Kevan'a
ladles' favorite lunching resort. 90S Penn av.
MARRY me. Tom, and buy my New Year's gift
at Movie's, i65Lacock St., Allegheny.
PAINTIN (J and plate glass glazing.
E. C. Miller,
1 'BUNKS named to and rrom tne East End for
any cents. Campbell 4 Davis, No. 12 Seventh
av. Telephone 276.
USE Jones' Bedbug Paralyzer Jones' Mag
Roach Powder: roaches banished by contract
satisfaction given or no pay. 222 Federal st. Alio
gheny. bold by all first-class druggists.
WANTED-To rent on line of Ft. Wavne Rail
road, not beyond Fair Oaks house with one
or more acres of ground; not less that eight rooms,
with modern conveniences: state rent to a flrst
cUsa tenant. Address 'tenant. Dispatch office.
WANTED Business and professional men to
know that the Office Specialty Co.. 105 Third
av., keeps in stock the most Improved office rnrnl
tnre. filing cabinets and labor-saving office devices.
WANTED Two pool tables, second hand:mnst
be In good condition and cheap: will buy or
rent. Address Michael McCamey, McConaughy
block, Johnstown, Pa.
ITJANTED-By traveler, side line, on eommis
V slon, some specialty to sell: grocery or dry
goods trade. Crawford, box 771, city. r
WOOD-and photo engraving: Half tones: electro-
typing. Bragilnu. "8 Fourth ave.
Horses, Vehicles, Live Stock For Sale.
HORSES for sale At Red Lion stables, a pair of
Belgian horses, 4 and 5 years old, good actors
and slrecfby Prince Leopold; will be sold within
the next three or lour dajsatanarsain: aisoanue
lot of draught horses. Just purchased In West
moreland county: call and examine this stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere; saddle and driving
horses always on hand. H. E. Montgomery,
Bubbor Stamps and Stencils For Sale.
GETyonrrubberstamps. steel stamps, stencils,
Bealpresses, brass checks, etc.. from Sheaffer
t Co.. 49 Filth av.. DutPs College building.
STENCILS, steel stamps,
beat presses, rubber stamps, etc.
W. A. Bunting. 20 Fifth av.. cor. Market
Machinery and Metals For Sato.
OILERS and engines, second hand; all sizes
irom IO 13Un. D. : cneaoest HI Lue uianct; oi
nouers ano engines in siock, siauunary .uupuiui
ble. upright boilers, mounted farm engines, steam
pumps, governor, pullevs and shafting. Tel. 3401.
.3-25 Park way. J. S. Youug, Allegheny. Pa
BRYANT and Acme automatic engines and holl
ers, hot water and steam heating exhaust fans
and ventilating fly fans, water and electric motors,
dynamos and electric lighting: general machinists,
engineers and contractors; stationary engines and
boilers. Tompkins & Ulrlch, 316 Liberty st, Pitts
ENGINES and boilers krevery description: brick
yard supplies; contractors and rollingmlll ma
chlnery. Thomas Carlin's Sons, Lacock and San
dusky sts.. Allegheny.
Miscellaneous For Sale.
BRICK-6,COO,CIO new building brick In quanti
ties to suit buyer at Bedford av.. rear Penn
incline. John Lanz & Co.. Llui. City telc
Business Opportunities For Sale.
BARBER SHOP, doing a good business: four
chairs; good reasons for selling. Call at Ross
W. Black's, 712 Penn ave.
BEST paying saloon and wine parlor In Cleve
land. O. : long lease. Address E. E. P., 263 st
Clair st, Clevc'and, O.
FOR SALE-One-half Interest in sanltorlnm;
doing good business: reason for selling en
gaged In other business: excellent opportunity for
pnvsician a anting to discontinue general pracure
and engage In easy specialty. Address Sanltorlnm,
FOE SALE-Grocery at a bargain: must be sold;
no better chance in the two cities for a cash
store: weekly sales SHOD; restaurant, best location
In the citv, 11.250; shoe stores, cigar stores,
bakeries, hotels. Perctval& Gaston, 433Grintst
I?OR SALE Barber shop-First-class three-chair
barber shop: positively the best location in the
city; good reasons for selling; a first-class trade.
Address lonsorlal. Dispatch office.
GENTS' furnishing and hat store First-class
stand in Sloomneldrnixteeutii wani. doing a
good business: reason ror selling owner engaged in
other business; will rent the 7-roomed house con
nected with store. Address Duquesne, Dispatch
GROCERY doing a nice business for sale; Invoice
about 31,800: send sump for particulars quick.
N. F. Hurst Rochester, Pa.
GROCERY In Butler; doing a uicebuslness:well
established, and Increasing business. Woolsey
&. Hamilton, 96 Fourth av.
T IQUOR STORE-In Steubenvllle, O.; on ae
Xj count of sickness of the proprietor: best loca
tion In town; capital required 32,000 or more. Ad
dress R. Schnorrenbcrg, Steubenvllle, O.
MEAT MARKET Must be a cash sale; good rea
son for wanting to sell. Address H. S., Dis
Business Properties For Sale.
I 70S SALE or lease 60 acres suitable for fire or
. red brick works; 8-foot vein fire clay: other
clay suitable for red brick; railroad through the
grounds. Address Clay, Dispatch office.
LARGE MALT HOUSE, suitable for distillery;
150x45. N. F. Hurst Rochester. Pa.
WOOD ST. Flve-siory brick warehouse In good
condition; a 6 per cent Investment: enhance
ment cetalu: price S25.C00, to, 000 cash. Samuel
W. Black & Co., 99 Fourth av.
WYLIE AV.. near Washington St. Excellent
business location: three-story brick dwelling
and storeroom: lot23x90; a special bargain to a
quick buyer; small cash payment Samuel W.
Black & Co., 99 Fourth av.
FOB SALE LOTS.
Bast End Lots For Sale.
FOR SALE-Schenley Park lots 50x15a. greater
frontage if desired. Woodland avenue, be
tween Forbes avenue and Schenley Park: asphal.
turn pavement; street railroad; cheap: easy terms
Frank F. Nicola, 5100 Forbes or 20 Fifth avenue.
WE have lots in all parts of East End at all
prices that will surely prove a very profita
ble investment to prompt buyers. M. E. Baldwin,
24 Frankstown ave, E. E.
Suburban Lots for Sale.
SWISSVALE, P. R. R. Lots that are the equal
of any In the market and near the station at
prices that ate reaspuablc: only s, 10 down and $5
per month without Interest till Half Is paid. Hoff
man & Baldrldge. Wllklnsbnrg. opp. depot.
FOB SALE EHPBOVED REAL ESTATE
CTQ 300 1503 cash, balance (25 per month, all
tIDO told: a new Queen Anne frame. 21x31. on
fine paved stieet: 7 good-sized rooms, Dith. attic
and cellar with laundry, hut and cold water. Inside
w. c, reception halt 9x11; very nice lot 25 front
115 deep and 54 wide, on alley average width 40
feet: equally good or better buildings around; this
property Is worth J4.000, being on the nicest street
on Mt Washington, and can be walked to rrom the
P.O. in 20 minutes. John F. Sweeny, 68 Fourth
East End Residences For Sale.
2Q 700 A very cheap property close to Larl
tJOj merav. bridge, having six rooms, bath. i.
w. c, 2 rooms In fin. attic: lot 25x100; will tike 1330
down, balance to suit purchaser. M. E. Baldwin,
24 Frankstown av E, E.
f(l SOO Elegant Drlcfc honse on Walnut St., .
-ii)7) E.. with every possible modern conven
ience, containing 11 rooms; lot 36x126: at terms tb
suit a quick buyer. M. E. Baldwin, 21 Franks
town av., E. E.
QJf 000 Frame house on Edwin st, K. E., liav
IDO lng 9 rooms beautifully papered, all con
veniences, marble mautels, tile hearths, slate roof:
lot. 30x120 to an alley. M. E. Baldwin, 24 Franks
town av., E. E.
Allegheny Beslaences For Sale.
"7 300 for a SIC 000 Locust st nronertr.
Ip I j expecU to leave the city. January
bargain ever offered. Call at once or yon will
miss It. John K. Ewing A Co.. 107 Federal st.
0?f 000-Nc w brick house on Buena Vista St.,
tlDU- Allegheny: 8 rooms and attic, hall, vesti
bule and all conveniences, bee W. A. Herron &
Sons, 80 Fourth av. (593)
TO LET No. 505 Carson St.. Sontbside, brick
house. 5 rooms; also No. 2917 Jane st, 3 large
rooms, rent only 112 per month: also No. 41 Twen
tieth st, house 5 rooms and attic, 115 per month:
also bouse 3 rooms, 19; send for list W. A. Herron
&Sons, 80 Fourth av.
Allegheny Beslaences To Let
rpo LET-Furnlshed house facing park, 10 rooms
-a ana an conveniences; will rent irom now un
at a low rent Black & Balrd, 95
rpo LET John K. Ewing & CO.. 107 Federal st,
A headquarters for Allegheny houses: free list
TO LET Send a list or yonr tenants to John K.
Ewing ft Co., 107 Federal street, and have yonr
January quit notices served promptly.
a0 LET Brick house, II rooms.
205 North av.,
Farms To Let.
r LET and ror sale -A dairy and stock farm of
145 acres, 2 miles from Coraopolls. P. A L. E.
R. B.. 10 miles from city: good Improvements:
choice orchard; well watered, etc. Ed Vlttub,134
Booms To Let. '
70S Single front room .for
FOURTH AV., 133-Large frontroom, furnished;
SIXTH AV.. No.
both gases; batb.
3 Nicely furnished room;
tstb additional adieu under w anted Boarder
and Lodgers. ,
Business Stands To Let
TO LET One of the best located storerooms, with
warehouse and stable, at Lonaconlng, Md.,
the principal mining and best business town in the
Georges Creek coal region; possession given at
once. Address G. Elienberg, Lonaconlng, Md.
TO LET Very nice storeroom, over 100 feet deep:
suitable for confectionery, urygoods or first
class grocery: good location tor 5 or 10c store: on
one of the best streets In East Liberty. Inquire of
L. Fundls & Son, 41 Frankstown ay.. E. E.
rpo LET Space with power: every convenience;
X corner Penn av. and Third st. Nicola Bros.,
20 Fifth ay.
, Offices, Desk Boom, Etc., To Let.
TO LET in the Ferguson block. Third and
Fourth urn., a few cbolee offlees dav anil
f night elevator, electric clocks and Janitor service
iree: rent low, mack a Cairo. jo. wf ourtnav
rpo LET in the Hamilton building, nl-93 i irth
X av., choice offices, with all conveniences; rent
ow. 'Black &, Balrd. No. 95 Fourth av.
rpo LET Third floor. Masonic riank building:
X rooms suitable for artist draughtsman, archi
tect or light manufacturing.
TO LET Half ornffico In one of the finest build
ings near postoffice; all conveniences. Thomas,
Dispatch office. 1
LOST On Christmas Eve. at Union depot, horse
shoe scarf pin set with diamonds. Reward
paid on return to Chas. W. Franzhelm. Wheeling,
LOST Red Russian "Gladstone" sachel, Tues
day, In Allegheny, probably in some business
Iilace: owner's address stamped within. Leave at
Iotel Federal and receive liberal reward.
LOST St Bernard dog: five months old: color,
light orange and white, full white sollar and
perfect blaze, except small spot of orange between
ears. Ten dollars reward if returned to 4926 Wal
llngford st. bhadvslde.
Only $10,500 if Sold Soon.
Briok, 10 room? (4 rooms and reception
hall on first floor). Modern fixtures.
One square from Fifth avenne (91).
See W. A. Herron A Sons,
80 Fourth avenne.
piano, oil TMintings, etchings and en
gravings, FRIDAY, December SO, at 10
o'clock, at the rooms, 21 and 26 Ninth street.
Chamber furniture in oak, and walnut, par
lor suites upholstered in brocatellc, tapes
try.ptush and hair cloth: leather couches and
easy chair, sideboards, mirror door ward
robes, chiffoniers, fancy rockers, hallracks,
leather alnins chairs, sq. extension tables,
bookcases, center tables, toilet ware, dishes
and glassware. Also a larse consignment of
paintings, engravings, etchings, etc These
are the entire stock or an Eastern firm going
out of business. Carpets, brussels, velvot
and Ingrain, lor rooms, halls and stain.
HENiiY AUCTION CO.,
SJIITHSOfl & VINCENT
Sales or real estate, merchandise at stores,
household goods at residences (Jowelry sales
for the trado only) promptly attended to.
Omce,5S Eisnerbuilding,cor. 5th and Wood 9 1,
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
In the Booth and Bai-rott grand scenic pro
duction, JULIUS CVESAR.
PRICES 15o. 25c, 50c, 75c.
Next week Efllo Kllsler, in Ropertolre.
THE ALVIN THEATER
Chas. L. Davis, Owner and Manager.
and Satnrday Matinees,
THE LOUDEST LAUGH OF THE YEAR,
"THE JUNIOR PARTNER,"
Preceded bv tho exqulslto one-act play
FREOEHIG LEMA1THE, &8T
NEXT WEEK Mr. Wilkinson's Widows.
To-night at 8.
A TEXAS STEER.
Matinee at 2 r. v. To-morrow.
Noxt week Evans and Hoey in "A Parlor
Match." . deSO
HARKT WILLIAMS' ACADEMX.
To-night. Matinees Tuesday, Thursday
HARRY W. WILLIAMS'
OWN SPECIALTY COMPANY.
One of THE Best. de25-17
OLD CITY HALL,
FRIDAY EVENING. Dec SO, 1892,
By the MOZART CLUB. 200 voices, orohes
tia, 35 instruments and Mrs. Genevra John-stone-Bishop,
soprano; Miss Olive From
stradt, contralto; .Mr. Albert Lester King,
tenor: Dr. Carl F. Dufft, Dass.
Reserved seats, $1 50; admission, $L Box
sheet at Mellor & Hoene's, 77 Filth avenue,
Dec 28. d2et-I3-TUP
MAMA LAST WEEK
lYHllHOf Suchorowsky's Superb
Painting. Tne artistic success of the period.
On exhibition daily at Edmundson & Por
rine'.s, 635 Smithfield street, from 9 A. 11. till
10 r. x. Admission 25 cts. de27
LIBERTY AV. AND SIXTH ST.
Second term will bezin for ladles and gen
tlemen Thursday, January 5. at 8 o'clock,
For misses and masters Saturday. Janu
ary 7, at 3 o'clock p. at. de25-12
After 19 Teara of Trial, .
FiULT SAFEGUARD OH,
Is Conceded to Be the Best and Safest Oil
NEVER VARIES IN QUALITY.
Cannot Be Exploded.
It Is the very highest grade or rcflned pa
troleum, from which in tho process of mana
iacture, every Impurity has been eliminated.
Elaine is free from bonzino and parafUne;
It will never chill in the coldest tomperaturo
known on this continent.
In color, Elaine is spring-water white, and
its "fire test" is so hlgn as to make it as abso
lutely safe as any illuminant known.
Having no dlsagreeablo odor, Elaine is a
pleasant oil for family use.
Can Be Burned in Any Petroleum frmp.
A POSITIVE PROTECTION FROM LAMP
MAKES THESAFEST AND BEST LIGHT
ELAINE! TshaefeSy OIL,
100 Million Gallons ELAINE Sold in IS Years
From 1S73 to 189i
Elaine CannotBe Improved Upon.
WARDEN & OXNARD,
GEO. K, STEVENSON & CO.,
Fine- Groceries and Table Delicacies,
' 43 ana 5 Sixth 'Avenue. ' 'Jeao-xw1
68th to 57th st. and 7tli av.. New York.
... inest (Ireproot hotel in the city,
with apartments adjoining: European plan.
Acknowledged to be the greatest success of any
hotel in the country. Cuisine and ap-
nrrr .Po'nlments eannnt be sorpas&ed.
WILLIAM NOBLE. Onner and Proprietor.
HO FAR TIE WORLD'S HIM
Engage your room in advance and avoid be
ing imposed on during the rush. Tbe
elegant," large, new 200 room
stone and brick
(BTJNTON BEOS., of Pittsburg, Props.)
"Will open about April 20, 1893.
The most centrally located hotel in the
World's Fair district. Within i blocks
there are three entrances to center of Fair
grounds. Two stations on I. C E. E., two
electric roads and station on elevated road.
TEEMS FOE EOOMS: SI per day and
upward. Special inducements to large
numbers. Send for prospectus.
6133 Mvrtle ave., Chicago.
WHITE STAR LINE.
For Qnecnstown and Liverpool.
Hoval and United State Mail steamers.
Britannic. Jan. 4. 7 a m; Britannic. Feb. 1. Sam
Adriatic. Jan. 11. lpmi,Teiitinlc.Feb.S.n:30am
Germ'c, Jan. 18. 6 a m 'Germanic, Feb. 15. 4pm
"-Majestic. Jan25. 11:30 a m I'JlaJrsilc. r b. S.Ii,:30 am
From White Star dock. foot of WesrTenth street.
Saloon rates. (50 and nnvrard. according to
steamer and loc.ition of berth. "Second cabin on
these steamcrM35 and $40: prepaid. S-.O and 45;
steerage rrom or to the old country. 20.
White Star drafts parable on demand in all the
principal banks througnout Great Britain. Apply
to JOHN J. MCCOKMIC'K. 62) SmlthUeld street,
Pittsburg, or H. JIAITLAND E MWEV, General
Agent. 21 Broadway. N. ". nolu-D
Steamers Leavs New Torlt Every Saturday
For Glasgow via Londonderry.
Rates for Saloon Passage.
Cabin, 813 and npwards,
Eecond Cabin, 830, Steerage, 31a.
Passengers booked at through rates to or from anr
city in Great Britain or on the Continent.
Drafta -n London Sold at Lowest Kates.
Book of information, tours and sailing lists fur
nlshed on application to Agents.
HENDERSON BRollIEP.3. 7 Bowling Green. N.
T., or J. J. MCCORMICK. OBSniithlieldst.. Pltts
bnrg. F. M. SEMPLE, 110 Federal su. Allegheny.
KOYAL MAIL SrEAMSHII'S.
GLASGOW to rillXADEI-PHIA
via DEKHY and GAL WAY. The most di
rect route from Scotland and North and
Middle of Ireland.
Intermediate, uO. Steerage, 1J.
STATE1 SERVICE OF
LINC. J STEAMSHIPS.
NEW YORK anil GLASGOW
via Londonderry every Fortnight.
Dec 29 State of California soo
Jan. IS. StatoorXebraska......ll:30 a. at
Feb. 9. State of California. ifoojr.
Cabin, $40. Second Cabin, $30. Steora-e, ?13.
Apply to J.J.McCORMICK, CS3 Smithtiold st.
ALLEGDENYVALLEY RAILWAY TAKIXG
effect December 18, 1897. Trains leave Union
station (Eastern standard time): Corry Ac, 6 a.
m., Braeburn Ac. 7 a. m.: Niagara Ev.. dally,
8:40 a. m.. arriving at Buffalo. 6 p. m.: Duilols
and Wllllam8port, dally except Sunday, 8:) a. m..
arriving at Ullllamsport, 6:45 p.m.: KItianning
Ac, 9:50 a. m: Braeburn Ac. 12:05 p. m.t Tltus
ville and Wllllamsnort Ex., 1:30 p. m.; Braeburn
Ac, 1:30 p. m; Emieuton Ac. 3:4p. in.: Klttan
ring Ac. 5 p. m. : Braeburn Ac. 5:3 p. 111. : Brae
burn Ac, 6:15 p. m. : Valley Camp Ac, 7:50 p. m.:
Buffalo night Ex., dally. :li p. in., arriving at
Buffalo 7:15 a. m.: Valley Camp Ac, HMjp. m.
Sunday church trains Emlenton. 9:05 a. in. ; Kit
taunlng. 12:40 p.m.; Braeburn. 0:50 p. m. Pull
man buffet parlor cars on day trains and sleeping
cars on night trains between I'lttslmrg-and Buffalo.
DAVID JICCAKUO. JAS. P. ANDERSON,
Gen'ISupt. Gcn'IPass. Aeeut.
From Pittsbureh Union Station.
'J rains Bun by Central Time.
Northwest System Fort Wayne Konte
DspARTfor Chicago, points intermediate and beyond:
7.16 a.m.. 12X0 n n., '12.30 p.m., 8.15 p. m., 10.40
p. m., 111.30 p.m. Arrive from same points: ljl.00
sLm.. 2 20 a.m., 6.00 ajn., 8.40 ajn., 5 45p.m
6. 45 p.m.
Dar ART for Toledo, points intermediate and beyond:
t7.15a.m.,13.00n'n., 12.S0p.m.,J110pjn. Arriv
Irom same points: V1.00 a.m., 6.40 a.m., 6.45 p.m.
Depart for Cleveland, points intermediate and
beyond: tfUO a.m., 7.15 a.m., fl-15 pju,
1155 p.m. ARRtva from same points: 50a.m.,
1.55 p.m., 5.45 p.m., tC.50 p.m.
Dbmrt for Martins Ferry, Bridgeport and Bellaae:
16.10 a.m., 1.15 p.m., 4.10 p.m- Arrive from sama
points: idJOO a.m., fl .& p.m., 0 p.m.
DnrART ior New Castle, trie, Younjstown, Ashta
bula, poinu intermediate and beyond: f7.2n a.nu,
tl2.00 n'n. ARRivg from same points: fl-40 p.m.,
Depart lor New Castle, Jamestown, Yonngstowa
and Niles, -3.45 p.m. Arrive from same points:
18.40 a.m. , ,
Depart for Yonngstowa, I2X0 n'n. Arrive from
Youngstown, 6.45 p.m.
Sontliwest System-Pan nandleltonte
Depart for Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St.
Louis, pomts intermediate and beyond: 8J0 a.cu,
8.80 p.m., 10 50 p.m., 11.30 p.m. Arrive from
same points: Z20 a.m., 6.00 a.m.. '5.40p.m.
Depart for Columbus, Chicago, points intermediate
and beyond: 11.4o a.m., 'ICoU p.m. Arrive from
samepoints: 2.20 a.m., 2.45 pjn.
Depart for Washington, -J6.15 a. m., t8-o5 a. m.,
1.55 p. m.,t3.I5p.m.,t4.45pjn.,4J0p.m. Arrive
from Washington. 6.55 a.m., 7.50 a.m., 8.50 a.m.,
UEFAKT ior TTnccimg, -o.lu a.m., ,a..v "..,
p. m., 6.10 p. m. Arrive rrom wneeung.
a. m i 40 p. m., pSP-m., -0. so p.m.
Pullman Sleeping Cars and Pullman Dinino
Cars run through, East and West, on principal trams
ef both Systems.
Local Sleeping Cars running to Colnmbus, Cin
cinnati, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Toledo and Chicago
are ready for occupancy at Pittsburgh Union Station
at 9 o'clock p. m.
Time Tables of Through and Local Accommoda
tion Trains of either system, not mentioned above, can
be obtained at 110 Filth Avenue and Union Station,
Pittsburgh, and at principal ticket offices of the Penn
sylvania Lines West of Pitubuigh.
Daily. tEx. Sunday. IE. Satnrday. HFz. Monday.
JOSEPH WOOD, ' E. A. FORD,
Giitnl Xuigtr. Ctunl tuusger lzs!L
Every Convenience of Pittsburg,
, And is only 18 Miles from the
Every lot in KENSINGTON will .double in value before
June 1. Be sure to see KENSINGTON at once and buy a
lot before the big advance in prices. For free tickets from
Pittsburg to Kensington and return call at the office of the
KENSINGTON IMPROVEMENT COMPANY,
No JDFOUBTH AVE.,'
In effect 12:01 p. m.. December 18. 1892.
Trains will leave Union StatlonPIttsbnrl,
as follows (tastern Standard Time):
MAIN LINE E1STWAKD.
Pennsylvania Limited of Pullman Vestibule Cart
dally at Tilda, m.. am vlng at Harriiburg at 1:51
p.m.: l'hliadelphla. 4:45 p.m.; New Yort 7d.
ra.; Baltimore. 4:40 p. m.: Washington, 5:55 p!
Atlantic Express and Keystone Express dallvat
3.80 a. m., arriving at Harrlsbnrg. 0: a. ml
Baltimore. 1:25 p. m.; Washington, 2:3u n7m
Philadelphia, lrS p. m.: New York. 4 p. m. '
Harrlsburg Accommodation dally, except Sundav .
5:25 a. m., arriving at Harrlsburg 3:10 p. m. "
Day Express dally at 8 a. m.. arriving- at Harris,
burg 3:3) p.m., Philadelphia 6:50 p. ra.. New
Yorfc 9:31 p. in.. Baltimore 6:45 p. m.. Washing
ton 8:15 p.m.
Mall train Sunday only, 8:40 a. m.. arrives Harris
biirg7p.m PnIIadelphlalO:55p. m.
Mall Express dally at lp.m.. arriving at Harris
FnlfartelPa" " connectln at Harrlsburg for
Philadelphia Express dally at 4:30 p. m.. arrivlnr
at Harrlsburg 1:00 a. m., Phlladlphla4r3 a. ra..
Eastern Expres3at7:C0p. m., dally, arriving Har
rlsburg 2:10 a. m., Baltimore 6rSo a. m.. Wash
ington 1.7:30 a. m.. Philadelphia 5:05 a. m.and
New York 7:40 a. m. a
Fast Line dally, at 8:10 p. m.. arriving at Harris,
burg 3:33 a. m. Philadelphia 6:50 a. m.. Sew
York 9:30 a. m.. Baltimore 6:20 a. m.. Washing,
ton 7:30 a. m. '
All through trains connect at Jersey City with
boats of "Brooklyn Annex," for Brooklyn. N.Y.,
New YrkClty.6 lerrlaee and Journey throng-
Johnstown Acc'om., except Snnday. 3:0 p. m.
Greensbure Areom. 11.-I. n m ..,. Mw..,n.
Sundays. Greensburg Express' 5:15 p. m.'. ex-
,......,.., i,,j i-ptcaa iu:ioa. m.. excenl
1:00. 6:20. 6:40. 7ril. :2fl 9;OV fl. in.-o u.irt"
11:35. p. m.. and 12:10 nlaht. week days except
1:00. 1:39. 2:30. 4:00. 5:30, 7.20. 9:00, 9:40loaOn."nit
uuuwrtj. ., o.-,v, .uijt, a- m.. is:iv
iiraoancK ACCOm.. 5:25. 6:C0. 6:li 6:45. 7:00. 7:25.
7:10, 8:-. 8:10. 8:35, 8:50, 9:40, 10:20. 10:45 llili
a m.. 12:01. 12:15. 12:3a 1:00. 1:20. 1:30. 7.M0. itSO.
3:15. 3:40. 4:00. 4:10, 4:25, 4:3u, 4a 4:50, 5:00. Ssis!
5,30. 5:45, 6:C0. 6:20, 6:40. 7:25. 8:20. 9:059:45. 10:20.
11:10. 111. p. m., 12:10 night, week Jys. Sun.
dav. 5:70, 8iro, 8:40. 10:33 a m., 12:25, VM. 1:30.
2S0, 4:30. 530. 7:20. 9:C0. 9:10. 1030 p. m
SODTH-WEST PENN KAILWAY.
For TJniontown 5:25 and 8:35 a.
m., 1:20 and 4:3
p. m. week days.
On and atteii 12:01 r. m., Decembeb IS, 189J.
For West Brownsville ana XTnlontown 10:40 s.
m. For West BroTrasvllIe 7-35 and 10:40 a. ra
an a 50 p. ra. On Sunday, 8:55 a. m. and VM
For SronongaheK City, Dravosburg and West
Elizabeth, 6:00, 7:35. 8:35. 10:40 a. m.. 1:01, 5:00
5:55 and 11 :35 p. m. week day . Sunday.85 a. m.'.
1:01. 4:30 and 9:40 p. ra. Dravosburg only, rt:0S
noon and 3:20 p. m. week days. West Bliabeta
only. 4:15, 6:30 and"9:C0 p. m.
WEsT KENNSYLVANLY DIVISION.
ON AND AITEK 12:01 A. M., DECZ1IBEK 19. 1332.
From Federal street station. Allegheny City:
For Springdale. week days 6:20. 8:45. 9:23. 10:40.
11:50 a.m.: 1:50, 2:20, 4:00, 5:00. 5:45. 6:10. 6:
8:10, 1030 and 11 :40 p. in. Sundays 1235 and 9:39
For Butler, week days-6-5, 8:43, 10:40 a. m.: 3:15
and 6:10 p. m.
For Freeport. week days-63, 8:45, 10:40 a. m.t
3:15. 4:00. 5:00, 8:10. 10:30 and 11:40 p. m. Sundays
12:35 and 9:30 p. m.
For Auollo, week days. 10:45 a. m. and 50 p. m.
For Paulton and Blalrsvllle. week days, 6ia a. m
3:15 and 10:30 p. ra.
The Excelsior Baggage Express Company win
call for and check baggage from hotels and resi
dences. Time cards and full information can be
obtained at the ticket offlees. No. 110 Fifth avenue,
corner Fourth avenue and Try street and Cnloa
CHAS. E. FUGH. J. I?. WOOD.
General Manager. Gen'l Pass'r Agent,
PITT3BUP.G AND LAKE EKlE KAILP.OAD
Company. Schedule In effectNov. 20, 1892, Cen
tral tlme.-F. L. E. K. K.-DKrAKT.-For Cleve
land, 7:00, 8:00 a. rn.. "2:10. 4:20. '10:25 p. m. For
Chicago. '7:00 a. iru.i:10. 4:20 p. m. For Cincinnati
andSt.LouI,"2:10, "10:'-5p. in. For BuBalo.ll :15 a.
in., 4:20. 10:25 p. ra. ror Salamanca. 8-00 a. m.
J:10, 10:25 p. m. For Youngstown and New
Castle. 7:00. 8:00. '11:15 a. m.. '2:10, 3-J0, 4:20.
10:25 p. m. For Beaver Falls. 5:35: 7:00. 8:00,
11:15a. ra.. 1:00. '2:l. 3:30, 4:t0, 5:20. '10:5 p. m.
For Chartlera, 5:30. 5:35, 6:00. 16:45. 7:10. 7:5
8:00,1:10. 9:30. 1030, '11:15. 111.-4'a.m.. 'lalO, 1:10.
3:S0. 3:15. 4:25,3:10. 5:2a 8:00. 10:30 p. m.
ABKIVE-From Cleveland. "6:3J a. m.. '12:30.
'5:15. "7:45 p. in. From Cincinnati, Chicago and
St. Louis. 6:30 a. in., 12:30, "7:45 p. m. From
Bnffalo, '6:30 a. m.. 12:30. "5:15, 9:30 p. m. From
Salamanca. 'SiSl, '10:00 a. m.. 7:45 p. m. From
Youngstown and New rastle. '630. 57.25. 10:011
a. n., '1230. 5:15. 7:45. 930 p. m. From Beavel
FaUs,5:20. '5:30. 7:23. '10:00 a. m., '1230, 2:05, '5:00.
5:15, 7:43. 93JP. m.
P.. C- It Y. trains for Mansfield and Beechmont,
7:10 a. m., 10:3ia. m., 3:45 p. m.
I'., C. & Y. trains from Mansfield and Beechmont,
0:57. sro. 0:55 a. m. 1:05 p. in.
P.. McK. JfcY. IL K. Depart For New Haven
and West Newton. S:23a. m., 3:00p. m.
Arrive From New Haven and West Newton,
9:00 a. m '4:07 p. m.
For McKeesport. Elizabeth. MOnongahelaiClty.
and Eelle Vernon, 6:10.1905, HrOS a.m.,40.,tsra
From P.elle Vernon. Monongahela Clty.Ellzabeth
and McKeesport, t3:50,;:4a, 'tll:05 a.m.. 12:55. '5:03
Dally, t Sundays only. tTo and from lew
Castle only. rTo and from McKeesport onlv.
City Ticket Office, 639 binithfield Street, "
PITTSBURG AND WESTERN KAH.WA re
schedule in effect May 15. 1392 (Central time).
Depot cor. Anderson st. andlilver av. Allegheny.
Depirt for Chicago. 2:00 p. m. Solid train with
Pullman sleeping car. For Kane, Bradford, t7:13
a.m. For Clarion. 7:10 a. m., 2:0Op. m. For
Foxbursr. ;:liia. m., t2:00, J4:25p. m. ForBuffalo.
Erie. Meadvllle, t7:10 a. m. For Greenville.
Mercer, GroTe city, t7:la. m.. 2:00 p. m. For
Akron. Cleveland, 7:10 a.m.. 2:0Op. m. For New
Casile. "7:11 a. m.. '2.00. t3:05 p. m. For Butler.
6:30, lO. 9:30 a. rn.. "2:00. 4.-25. 5:15 p. m.
Trains arrive: From Kane. t6:45 p. m. ; Clarion.
11:30 a. in.. t6: p. m.: Foxburg. 9:05, tll:30 a.
m.. 6:45 p. ra.: Erie. t3:50p. ra.: Greenville, Mer
cer. tll:30a. m.. 3:50p. m.: Akron. lli55 a. m..
6:45 p. m.: New Castle. t9:C5. '115 a. in., 6:4S
p.m.;Bntler. 7:00. 9:05. 11:30 a. m., 3:50. 'S. 45
p. rn. : from Chicago. 1I:55 a. m.
Dally, f Except Sunday.
BALTTMOKE AND OHIO KAILP.OAD
Schedule in effect Nov. 13, 1892. Eastern time.
r or asnington. U.
t., Baltimore, Phlla
delphla and New
York. iDOsn and
65a '8 00 a m, JI 10.
850, '800. 5330 am.
ilil, 5115, 05 and
50. 300. 5S30arn,
ilia 4415 and M05
For ML Pleasant.
58 oo ana ?3 ou a m. ?! 10, ?Ifaana u)pm.
For Washington. Pa., 7 20 and $9 SOa m, '400.
J4 45. 7 30 p m.
For Wheeling. "7 20 and 43 30 a m. '4 00, 7 30.
For Cincinnati and St. Louis, 7 29 a m, 1 39
For Colnmbns. 720am. SOpm.
For Newark, 720am. 730pm.
For Chicago. "7 20 a m and 7 30 p m.
Trains arrive from New York, Philadelphia,
Baltimore and Washington. '$ 20 a m. 8 40 p m.
From Colnmbus, Cincinnati and Chicago. 5 51
a m. '8 45 d m. From Wheeling. 8 50 and 10 45
a ra, 44 15 and 8 45 p m. , ...
Parlor and sleeping cars to Baltimore, Washing,
ton. Cincinnati and Chicago. '
Dally. Dally except Sunday. JSundayonly.
The Pittsburg Transfer Comoany will call for and
check baggage from hotels and residences upon
orders left at B. i. O. ticket office, corner FlftH
avenue and Wood street, and 633 Smithfield street.
J. T. ODELL. CHAS. O. SCULL.
GeneralManager. Gen. Pass. Agent.
BUY A LOT
Wall Accom., 5:25. 8:00. 7:4 8:33. 8:50. 9:40. 10:31.
10:45 a. ra.. 12:15. 1:00. 1:20. 2-.T0. 3:40. 4:00. 4.S
4:50 5:15.6:00. 6:40,7:25,9:05. 10I2O. 11:1s p. Si
lJ:10n!ght. week days. Sunday, 8:40, 10:30a. m.
"-? 1J00. -. -0. 5:30. 7:20. 9:40. 1030 p.m.
Ollklnsburg Accom. 5:25. 6rK. 6:15. 6:i 7-on. 7:"S.
V.i.8:!0' 8:fo- 85a 9:1- 13. 10:45. 11:10 a. niT.
12:01. 12:15. UiUJ. 1:0a ISO. 1:30. -:C0. 2:30. 3:13!
3:40, 4.00. 4:10. 4:25. 4:35. 4:50. 5:00. 5:li 5:m S;S
has a population of 8,000 Deople-aa.d' f "
earn $ 1 25, 000 per month. ' hM
The Best (Water in Pennsylvania,
The Best Drainage,
Two Big Brick School Houses.
Churches; of All Denominations,
PrETSBTOG PA, -