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THE PTETSBUEG ' DISPATCH, PRTDAT, OCTOBER 28, 1892.
ALL NEEDS CAN BE EASILY SUPPLIED BY DISPATCH ADLETS.
MEETINGS AND NOTICES.
11 1 EMBERS OF L. O. L. 74. "Willi MEET AT
JM their nail. 1S05 Carson st-.S. S.. on FRIDAY.
October.28. at 1 o'clock sharp, to attend the funeral
of our late brother. John Kalney. Jr. Brethre n of
alster lodges Invited to attend. By order C.DAVIS.
VOTICE IS HEBEBY GIVES THAT I HAVE
JL this day sold alt my right, title and Interest In
tne Tide Coal Co. and Tine Coal Co. to Capt. V. B.
liodgers. E. P. XOTJNG.
riTTSBUBG. Oct. 15. 1S02.
ATOTICE-THE TIKM OF JUSTICE COX. JR..
i. & CO. baring been dissolved, notice is hereby
JUSTICE COX, JR.,
Will continue In the Iron and eteel commission
business from tnts aate at us owe, no, zi&
Fourth St.. Philadelphia.
Octobku. 20. ISO.
ELECTION NOTICE-TO THE STOCKHOLD
ERS of the Chartlcrs and Robinson Township
lioad Co. The annual election for a President,
Treasurer and Ore managers, to serve for the en
suing year, will be held at the Diamond National
Bank, of Pittsburg, on MONDAY. November 7,
between the bours of 3 and 4 o'clock.
WM. J. BURNS, Secretary.
PlTTSIICTtO. Oct. 51 1892.
TO LET?) per month. Terr neat brick dwell
ings. 6 rooms, besides bath and lanndrv:
modern fixtures: both gases; complete In all their
appointments; they are among the most desirable
bouses of the sire for rent in the city; very suitable
for clerks, bookkeepers, or prsons with small
families: easily reached: on Bedford av.. near
Fulton st.: location healthful and desirable. See
W. A. Herron & Sons, No. 80 Fourth av.
rpo LET One (6) six-roomed brick house, on
JL Enoch St.. one square from Wylle av. cable
cars: rent. (16 permontb. Inquire of r. McSteen.
155 Wylle av.
TO LET-Wylle av.. 65C,
bouse of eight rooms.
near Somer St., one
East End Kesldenccs To Let.
TO LET-A handsome house In Oakland: 8 large
rooms, bath and all conveniences: one square
from electric cars: can give long-term lease If de
sired: Immediate possession. Lugue& Schroeder,
Gcrinania Hank building.
TO LET Fenn av.. East End. handsome brick
hou-e. 7 rooms and hath; also laundry In yard:
at a reduced rent. V. A. Hcrrou Sons, 80
Allegheny Kesldenccs To Let.
TO LET Nice new house, six rooms, on the hill
side. Second ward. Allegheny: only f 12. Ap
plv at A. I.eggate's house, McClintocfc av head
of Buena Vista st.
rpo LET rroiitlng the rarks. Allegheny, on
X North av.. fine modern house. 18 rooms. In
fi rot-class order. W. A. Herron & Sons. 80 4th av.
rpo LET-John K. twins' & Co., 107 Federal si,
JL headquarters for Allegheny houses : free list.
Offices. Desk Boom, Etc-, To Let.
a'O LET In the Ferguson Work. Third and
Fourth avs., a few choice offices; day and
night elevator, electric clocks and Janitor services
lrce: rent low. BlacK S. Balrd. No. 95 Fourth av.
TO LET Deskroom, second floor McCance build
ing: good location; gas and beat; 1 10 month.
Address Desk 2, Dispatch office.
TO LET-ln the Hamilton building. 91-91 Fifth
av.. cliolcp ofilces. with all conveniences; rent
low. Black Balrd. No. 95 Fourth av.
Rooms To Let.
BROAD ST., 6108, East End-Furnished rooms,
oue back: conveniences ; board,
HEMLOCK ST.. 18. Allegheny-Newly furnished
frout: conveniences: reasonable.
IGHLAND AV.. S.. 409. E. End-Two nn
furnished front and connecting; conveni
ences. "V'OKTH AV., 2S7. Allegheny-Gentlemen
JA furnished room wltn bath.
CPAIIK PLACE. 148,
O with use of bath.
E, End Furnished room
TTN'ION AV.. 23. Allegheny Well furnished
U lront room with board; terms reasonable.
TirASHINGTON ST., 49. Allegheny-Front and
v back rooms; conveniences; board.
"ITXATSON ST.. No. 52 -Two parlors forgentle
H men; near Chestnut.
Z see additional auieu unacr
Business Stands To Let.
TO LEI Room, with or without power: also,
storage room, dry kiln, capacity 30,000 ft.; will
lease kiln or dry lumber by contract. Head Bolt
orks. Grant and Boquetsts., Allegheny. Applv
on premises or to H. A. Spangier, Iblrd National
TO LET Brickyard located In central part of
city; low rent on aecount of other busluess.
AddrcsS'A., Dispatch office.
T'O LET Space with power; every convenience;
comer Fenn ar. and Third si Nicola Bros.,
U Filth av.
SJ ALE OF LAND'bY THE UNITED
Statei at Pittsburg, Pa. Be It enacted
bv the Senate and Ho:ise of Representatives
oftho United States of America in Congress
iibseinblcd. That the Secietary of War be,
and lieieby is, authorized nnd directed to
sell and convey to the purchaser or pur
chasers nil the light, title and Interen of
the United States in and to all that certain
parcel of giound, belonging to the United
States, situate in the city of Pittsbnr. Penn
sylvania, at the northwest corner of Penn
cveime and Garrison alley, Fonrth ward of
paid city, tronting 100 leet on west side of
Penn avenue and extending northwardly
along the west line of Garrison alley, pre
serving the same width, to ow-waterline of
the Allegheny liver, subject, however, to
such public easements as exists thereon
and thereover. Depot Quartermaster's Of
fice. Washington. D. C., October 12, 18K.
Under the provisions oi the above quoted
act of Congre-is, approved May 21, 1890, and
bv direction of the Secietary of War, 1 will
offer for sale nt public auction at the Cham
ber of Commerce loom, Gcnnanfa Bank
building, corner of Wood and Diamond
Kieets. in the city of Pittshnrg. Pa., on
WEDNESDAY, the 16th clay of November,
lS9i, at 11 o'clock a. ji., for cash, the property
described in said act, together with such
improvements thereon as belong to the
United States, subject to the conditions set
lorth in said act, and subject also to the
terms and conditions named in the printed
circular of this dato, copies of which will be
furnished on application to the undersigned
or to the Actini: Assistant Quartermaster at
Allegheny Arsenal, where also a plat of the
ground can"be seen. The right is reserved
to reject nny or all bids, or to accept any
bid or bids subject to the conditions pre
scribed in the circular referred to. A do
poMt of J10.C00, by certified check, on ac
count of the purchase will be required of
the successful bidder at the time ot sale, in
default of which tliepioperty will then and
there be reoffered for sale. Payment of the
remainder of the purchase money must bo
mnao upon delivery of duly executed deed
or deeds for the property purchased, or the
property may bo resold, without further
notice, at tho risk and cost of the detaulting
purchaser. The cost of all conveyancing
will lie borne by the purchaser. GEO. 1L
WEEKS, Deputy Quartermaster General, U.
& A. JOHN 1). PAILEY, Auctioneer, Cham
ber of Commerce ltoom, Germunli Bank
Building, Pittsburg, Pa.
CARPETS, M1BHDRS. PIANOS, ETC.
The fnrnishment of a residence moved to
the store for sale
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 2S, AT 10 O'CLOCK,
at the rooms of the Henry Auction jCom
pnny, 24 and 26 Ninth st
Fine furnisnment, embracing handsome
mirror, cost $300; extension table, cost $85;
chamber suites in walnut, oak, fine btocatel
parlor suite, mahogany table, upright
pianos, curtains, pictures, clocks, rockers,
ntir'ha fiMelirvtvrt ilA&tr lihrftif faille nnat
$100; hull rack, mattresses, springs, and bed
ding, elegant carpets for rooms and halls;
kitchen and laundry furniture; also, boots
and shoes, notions, etc Sale positive.
IIENHY AUCTION COMPANY.Auctloneers.
T ACXDRY AT RECEIVER'S SALE.
By virtue of an order of tho Court of Com
mon Pleas No. 3, of Allegheny county, at .No.
453, August Term, 1892. in Equity, I will ex
poe at public sale on the premises, corner
or Carson and Twentv-third streets, South
Bide, Pittsburg, on SATURDAY, October 29,
JS32. at 2 o'clock p. v., all the machinery,
fixtures and appliances of tho Empire Laun
dry Company, Limited, also leasehold and
good will.tbe same- to b sold as a wholo and
as a "going concern." Terms cash.
100 Diamond street, Pittsburg,
Receiver Empire Laundry Co., Ld.
JAMES F. ROBB, Attorney for Receiver.
Sales ot real estate, merchandise at stores,
household goodi at residences (Jewelry sales
for the trado only) promptly attended to.
3- Ctauiflcd real estate advertuemenu on Mo
page ten emit per tint for each inierttcn, and
none takenor lets than twenty cents.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
ADVERTISEMENTS ON THISPAGE
Classified under the lollowlng heading wlU be ac
cepted at the rate of
ONE CENT PER WORD
FOB EACH INSERTION when paid for In ad-
ranee either at main or branch offices.
Wanted Advertisements of ail JOnds,
TO LET HOOMS,
MISCELLANEOUS FOB SALES.
LOST AND FOUND.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH.
Cor. Smlthfleld and Diamond Streets,
BRANCH OFFICES AS FOLLOWS. WHFUT!
WANTS. FOB SALE. TO LET. AND OTHER
TRANSIENT ADVERTISEMENTS WTLL BE
BECEIVED UP TO 9 P. M. FOR INSERTION.
Advertisements nonld be prepaid unless adver
tisers already have accounts with Tni Dispatch.
FOR AlLEGHEAl.'HU. K jtuiusii, oi
FOR THE SOUTHSTDF, NO. Ittt CARSON
STREET. TELEPHONE NO. C022.
FOR THE ilsJiT LND. J. W. WALLACE. ia
rrTTepTTpR ADnrrroN al.
THOMAS MCCAFFREY. KiOO Butler stresl
EMIL G. STUCKEY. Mth street and Penn avenue.
F. H. FGB ERS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut streets.
THOMAS McHENRY. Western and Irwin avenues.
BAKER A first class bread and cake baker: good
wages and steady Job. Apply No. 305 W.
Federal si, Youngstown, O.
ARBER-At Clias. Weaver's. 1334 Second v.
BOOKKEEPER-A practical bookkeeper and
collector. T. G. E.. Dispatch office.
BOOKKEEPING Expert accountant opens,
writes up and balances books: bookkeeping
taught practically. William E. Griffiths. Expert
Accountant, HI Fonrth av.
BOYS-Several good errand boys. who can furnish
best of reference; must be at leat 13 years old :
highest wages paid. Apply at Kaufmanns', at 10
A. It., first floor office.
BOY To learn the barber trade; one with some
experience prelerred. No. 850 Second av.
BOY A smart active errand boy.
lng. 3) Fifth av.
W. A. Bnnt-
TJOY To learn barber trade.
Apply 401 Carson
BOY with 6ome experience la barber trade.
C CANVASSERS Active canvassers everywhere
J for our automatic pan cake baker: lightning
seller; 111 a fay made easily. Penn Mlg. Co..
J Wheeler Wilson II
Co.. 6 Sixth St.
CANVASSERS for patent novelties; something
new. 102 Fourth av.. Room 6.
C10ATMAKER3 Two first-class coatmakers lm-
mediately; steady work and good prices to re
liable workmen. Apply In person or by telegram
at once to M. St. Huston. East Liverpool. O.
TRUG CLERK-One having 3 or 4 years' experl
XJ cuce. Address D. 11, Dispatch office.
GLASS PACKEK-Onc who has worked in a
Jobbing house preferred: steady work to a
good man. Pittsburg Brass Co., 69 Isabella si,
MAN A live, active man with some pluck and
push, to represent us In your locality: we
hare something enttrelv new that goes, and unless
joucaa make$75to $250 per month we don't need
vou: no peddling: better write to-day. Address
Manufacturers. 1'. p. Box 5308. Boston. Mass.
MAN Competent to take the management of a
wholesale beef and provision business: must
be a thorough beef man ana well acquainted with
Pittsburg Dutchers. Address II. C C, Dispatch
MAN Experienced man to sell teas, coffees and
cigars on the road: only those familiar with
the line and having established trade considered.
Salesman. Box 2356, New York City.
MAN A mid.lle-aged or elderly man. steady and
EOber, to run an elevator: steady Job all year
round; $1 per day. Address B. M., Dispatch
MAN An Irish collar maker: one' who has
worked on Pittsburg Irish collars. Address
J. W. Blngrose Mfg. Co.. Ilolmesuurg, Phlla.
MAN By wholesale beef house, a No. 1 sales
man: good salary to the right man: must be
experienced. Address B. B. L., Dispatch office.
MANTEL SETTERS Two good steadv mantel
setters and tile layers: "also salesman and
manager for our mantel department Ihe Win.
Anderson Co., Torrens station, city.
MEN to take orders: no delivering or collecting;
no experience; steady work: best terms; out
fit free. Allen Nursery Co., Roshcstcr, N. Y.
SALESMAN On caiarv or commission, to nandle
the new patent chemical Ink erasing pencil;
the greatest selling novelty ever produced; erases
InK thoronghlv In two seconds: no abrasion of
paper: ICfltotlOpercent profit; one agent's sales
amounted to f620 In six days, another $32 In two
hours: we want one energetic general agent for
each State and Territory. For terms and particu
lars address the Monroe Eraser Manufacturing
Companv. X. 10. I.a Crosse. Wis.
SALESMEN (Side line) to sell stores Wlegand's
frame hanger for pictures cravons, mirrors,
signs, etc.: no picture hangs perfectly without 11
WIegaud Frame Hanger Co., 1232 Penu av.
SALESMAN by an Eastern wholesale house, an
experienced clothing salesman for Pittsburg
and Its surroundings: reference required. Address
D. W Dispatch office.
SHIPPIXGCLERK in wholesale beef and pro
vlslon house: must be thoroughly experienced.
Address Wholesale. Dispatch office.
SOLICITORS-6 or 7 solicitors for good, salable
household article, Address C. H. L.. Dispatch
SOLICITORS For city ana adlscent towns; ,in
eral commission. Geo. E. bhlppey, 52 6th av.
STENOGRAPHER Toung man writing about
100 words: must be good typewriter: give refer
ence and salary expected. Addnss S. P., Dis
patch office. '
TINNERS Three-Steady employment to good
men. Kirk Bros. & Co.. 229 Fifth av Mo
TINNERS-3 good tinners at Hardman Hardware
X Supply Co.'s. 213 Fifth av.. McKeesport.
vpiNNEKS Two good men Immediately,
JL Rome & Co., Mansfield Valley.
WANTED The names and addresses or ener
getic men open for pcrmanet work. We give
exclusive terrltorv: we guarantee good workers $10
a week: wc furnish office, furniture, dellverv team,
and newspaper advertising; our article is monopo
ly: It will save 3 per cent ofthe coal bills of every
body; full particulars by mall; Uthograohs, pamph
lets, etc., free nnon receiptor postage. Address
KoalsparCo., 40 Oliver St.. Boston. Mass.
YOUNG SIAN with experience as clerk In manu
facturing establishment; good opening for
the right man. Address Mfg., Dispatch office.
'TOVNG man of some experience In' photog
JL gallery at ltobluson's. -Nos. 2 and 4 Sixth si
YOUNG MEN Two bright young men to learn
telegraphy: positions guaranteed. Call be
tween and 4, Rcom 6, 21 Federal si, Allegheny
AGENTS To make big wages selling holiday
book. 701 pages, 300 pictures. L. F. Gebr.
AGENTS-A few good men. Call at 307 Larimer
av.. East End, between 10 anil 12 A. M.
AGENTS $3to $7 daily; experience unnecessary.
Putman & Co.. perfumers. West Wlnsted. CI
Male and Female Help Wanted.
VfllRSE who can sew to take care of child 1 year
XN old. Address L. P., Dispatch office.
HELP-50 laborers. $1 80 per day, no strike, fare
paid: farm hands, teamsters, waiter, porter,
man cook, hotel cooks, dishwashers, second cook,
chambermaids, dining room girls, pantry girl,
family help, colored nurse: highest wages paid
here: 40 girls for hotels. Meehan's Agency, 545
HOUSEKEEPERS (2). butler and cook for same
family: wages for cook $5. butler's wages $25
to $30: laundresses, chambermaids, dining room
girls, family cooks, wages 4 to $8: nurses, house
girls, restaurant cooks, $7 to $10: hotel cooks,
chambermaids, laundry and kitchen girls, colored
girls, drivers, rarm hands, white and colored
waiters. Miss Dolan. successor to Miss Thompson,
GOB Grant st.
WANTED-Good housekeepers or Janitors to
use Segnard's wonderful cleaner: cleans wall
paper, paints, carpets, tile floors, oil cloths and
Slate glass; never use scrubbing brush or soap,
ffice Penn and Sth st
EVENING SCHOOL now open for the study or
all branches In bookkeeping: improved vouches
system a specialty; penmanship and business prac
tice: three competent practical teachers; instruc
tions by mall successfully gven; terms low, pay
able by single lesson; send for circular. Walton
Woolsey. Expert AcconntanflW Fourth avenue.
HOME STUDT-Bookkeeplng, penmanship and
shorthand thoroughly taught bv mall; re
sponsible nnd progressive expert teachers. For
particulars address the Pittsburg Correspondence
Business College, P. o. Box 359.
PRIVATE SCHOOL-Puplls to enter private
shorthand class beginning Tuesday. November
1: dav and evening sessions: arrange now. Private
Shorthand Institute, 215 cmUhfield as.
Female Help Wanted.
TIOOK A good cook and chambermaid at Hi
J Western av., Allegheny.
GIRLS for downstairs work In first-class places.
Mrs. Wants. 130 Washington si. city.
LADIES At a pleasant and profitable employ
ment a lady in the following towns to repre
sent a home decoration company: Wilklnsbnrg,
Bradrtock, Manor, Grcensburg. Latrobe, Derrv.
Blalrsville. New Florence, Johnstown, South
Fork. Portage, Gallltzln, Indiana. Ebensbnrg.
Address Home Decorative Co., Dispatch office.
WANTED-Giri for general honsework; good
wages paid. 91 Sheffield si, Allegheny.
POSITION A man thoroughly conversant -sMth
the shoe business In all Us branches and hav
ing an extensive acquaintance In Western Pa. and
Eastern Ohio desires an engagement either as
traveling salesman or In wholesale or retail place
of busluess, as suitable Inducements are offered;
reference given. Address E. O. N Dispatch
POSITION Bv a young lady, a position as book
keeper wltti reliable firm; satisfactory reasons
for being out of employment; 6 years' experience;
best or reference furnished. Address W. B., Dis
POSITION Typewriter, assistant bookkeeper,
or general ofneework, byyonnglsdy: experi
enced and correct worker: moderate salary: refer
ence. Address Thorough Work. Dispatch office.
rOSITION-Lumber salesman acquainted with
Eastern trade open for an engagement. Ad
dress C. 11, Dispatch office.
POSITION Bookkeeper, experienced, desires
position; good reference. Address R.W.. Dis
POSITION Engineer wants position. Address
J. C. Reynolds. 49 Race st., Allegheny, Pa.
1303ITION By experienced bookkeeper: good
reference. ' Address J. S.. Dispatch office.
POSITION As coachman: good reference. Ad
dressG.B.. Dispatch office.
SITUATION Office work by a young lady: doc
tor or-dentist's office preferred. Address E.
Henderson, Allegheny P. O.. Pa.
SITUATION By young man to learn the watch
making trade; Al ref. Address G. D Dis
WANTED Situation as gardener or coachman
In private family by a single man. Address G.
E.. Dispatch office.
TARTNER In real estate business established for
vcirs and made monev: well eoiilnned. larra
list of propertle,: advertiser needs the help that
cannot oe uireo: only rename parties need appiv
siaie lormcr ousiness, etc.; an couuaenuai. i-
Box 333. Pittsburg.
PARTNER with $K0 or $300: business will pay J20C
WAXTED-Partner and $13,003 to $25,000 addi
tional capital In a successful retail business
estaollshcd 18 years, and which has now outgrown
Its present quarters; 'have In view a better and
more prominent location with larger space and
rreattv Increased facilities, whlcli. If secured.
would, with present trade, put the huslness in the
front rank of its kind In Western Pennsylv nia
hlshest reference required as to Integrity and
ability: principals only. Address P. O. Box 342.
Hotel, Dining; and Lunch Rooms.
COZIEST dining, lunch and Ice cream rooms In
the city, Kcvan's. 908 Penn av. Business
men's dinner, d' note; ladles' uoon lunch, en'carte,
HOTEL MORRIS. 3d ave. and Cherry alley, rear
of postoaice Rooms, 60, 75 cents; meals, 25
HOTEL FEDERAL, 171 Federal si. Allegheny,
f 1 50. $2 day: special rates when permanent.
Real Estate Wanted.
WANTED-To rent about Nov. 15 In theE. B.
or that direction, an 8 room dwelling with
bath: convenient to P. R. R. ur street car lines.
Address C. M.. Dispatch office, giving price, sur
roundings, conveniences, etc.
Boarders and Lodgers Wanted.
BOAEDERS-Few boarders: everything
class. 30 Sherman av., Allegheny.
OCCUPANTS Gentlemen occupants for hand
somely furnished connectlne rooms facing
park. Address J. P., Dispatch office.
WANTED Occupants for furnished rooms.
Sherman av., Allegheny.
Bookkeeping, Accounts, Etc.
ment; books postrd,
Carlisle place. Fifth av.
seeks evening employ
audited, balanced. L.. 4
WANTED A few sets or books to write up
afternoons and evenings. Walton Woolsey,
expert accountant 93 Fourth av.
4 Rooms Wanted.
WANTED Rooms Family of two adnlts and
one child want two com. rooms, with board,
with a quiet refined family In a suburban locality.
E. E. preferred: convenient to steam and street
cars and schools. Address C M., Dispatch office,
stating terms, location, conveniences, etc.
WANTED Six-roomed house near Penn ave
nue and Duqucsne cars. East End, by family
of four grown persons; state terms. Address
Francis, Dispatch office.
Fire Insurance Wanted.
BENSWANGEB A ZALLN-Flro insurance.
Business Opportunities Wanted.
WANTED The acquaintance of salesman to
assist In closing good patent sale: big monev
to good man. Address C V.. Dispatch office.
MONEY to loan on real estate security In any
sums desired: lowest rates of Interest: quirk
and economical service. Piper & Clark, 131 Fourth
MONEY at 5 per cent We have $50. COO to loan,
(300 up. Alles Bros. & Co., 164 Fourth ar.
MORTGAGES on city or AUegheny county prop
erty at lowest rates. Henry A. Weaver Co.,
92 Fourth av.
TO LOAN $20D,oou on mortgages: $100 and up
ward at 6 per cent; $300. COu at 4i per cent on
residence or business property, vacant lots or
farms. S. H. French. 125 Fourth av.
ANTED An Interest In an established manu
facturing nlant: onlv those that will bear
the closest Investigation nee'd reply: to such I hare
a party wuo commands irom Sj,wu to IUU,IAJU.
John 1). Banks, 64 4th av.
WAMED-Mortgagcs on Improved city or Alle
gheny city property. Mcl'une & Coulter, 93
BRICKLAYERS-Full attendance Friday even
ing next; very Important.
I'LFCTaiUMfg. and SiipplvCo.,310 Blssell block.
i Pgh... 64 Federal Allegh'y: Incandescent and
bell wiring; electrical repairing a specialty;
EVERYBODY to get 12 best cabinets this month
for $1, at Aufrecht's gallery, 77 Fifth av.
PAIN llNn and Plate Glass glazing. ItC. Miller.
TO mechanical and electrical inventors Practical
working drawings made and technical assist
ance given: labor-saving devices and special ma
chinery designed to order for a nxed sum. Address
Electric, 112 Wood st
1 'BUNKS hauled to and rrnra the East End for
any cents. Campbell & Davis, No. 12 Seventh
av. Telephone 276.
USE Jones' Bedbug Paralvzcr tones' slagl
Roach Powder; roaches banished by contract
satisfaction given or no pay. 222 Federal si. Alio
gheny. Sold by all first-class drngglsts.
W" ANTED All business men to know that the
Office bpeclairy Co., 105 Third av., keep In
stock the latest and best office furniture, filing
cabinets and labor-saving office specialties; work to
order and metallic vault fixtures are among their
"117 ANTED fivorvone wno wants tne flncstand
i T cheapest wall paper In America to send for
samples; sent free to any address. G. U. O'Brien.
Paint and Wall Paper Store. 292 Fifth av.
WANTED-Safety bicycle: state lowest prlco
and make. William, Dispatch office.
WANTED Typewritten work neatly
promptly executed at SO Diamond st.
r OOD and pnoto engraving; nan tones; etectro
TT typing. Bragdon. 78 Fonrth av.
Machinery and Metals For Sale.
rOILERSand engines, second hand: all sizes.
X from 4 to 100 h. p. : cheapest In the market: 61
boilers and engines in stock, stationary and porta
ble, upright boilers, mounted farm engine, etc. :
steam pumps, governor, pulleys and shafting.
Telephone SMu, 23-23 Park way. J. S. Young, Al
BRYANT and Acme automatic engines and boil
ers, hot water and steam beating exhaust fans
and ventilating fly fans, water and electric motors,
dynamos and electric lighting: general machinists,
engineers and contractors; stationary engines and
boilers. Tompkins & Ulrich, 313 Liberty si, Pitts
ENGINES and boilers or every description: brick
yard supplies; contractors' and roltingmlllina-
Tboraas Carlln'a Sons, Lacock and San-
dusky sts.. Allegheny,
FOR SALE At a bargain-Machinery, consisting
In part of wiring, tinning, swedging and fold
ing machines; also, pudeys, hangers, shifting,
buffing stands and dies; one large drop press for
snons ana many omer articles; ine list win be
shown to any wishing to purchase.
Call at Room
no. duo. iewis uunuuig,
corner Sixth av. and
TOR SALE-1 chler brick machine either for
A? steam or horse power: capacity, 20,000 perday;
1-10 fl pug mill and 1-10 it pan: the above ma
chinery baa been In use only a short time and Is la
food running order, and Ksold quick will takeone
iair their original cost. Call or address Irwin Red
UPRIGHT boiler and 10 h. p. engine; a great
bargain : one 2 h. p. Otto gas engine: at about
one-third their original cost 00 Arch si, Allegheny.
FOB SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses, Vehicles, Live Stock For Sale.
BUGGY-A good bar buggy with top will be sold
cheap to close up an estate. Apply to Fidelity
'iltle and Trust Co., Administrators, 121 and 123
Fonrth ay.. Pittsburg. Pa.
"lARRIAGE of extra fine finish. In first-class or
KJ der. six seater, suitable for private use, cheap.
43 W. Diamond. Allegheny.
FR SALE A widow lady will sell ror4400 cash
without exception the safest handsomest,
most reliable Kentucky bred fast trotting and 1am
ily horso In the cltT. Harrv Whitney. He was
foaled May 15 J8S5, sired by Profit Jr. thchyOld
he by Hill's Black Hawk;
Profit Jr.'s, dam was by Barney Henry, he by iin-
C oiled Signal, and dam was by Bishop's Haxble
inlan; Harrv Whllncy'i dam was a one-eyed
sorrel mare bv St. Lawrence, out of the dam of
Jim Irving record 1:21: second dam by Lair's Sir
William, ho by Matthew Howard's Sir Charles:
the dam ofSlr William was by Jeff Scott's Imported
Contract. Harry Whitney Is. without exception,
the most perlect gentleman's family and road
horse In the cltvf verv ntvltsh and finely formed:
has full mane and till; needs no boots or weights;
of great courage and endurance: docs not shy or
pnll: perfectly sare for most timid persons: not
afraid ot cars or anv obstacle on the roads: he has
as fine a strain of blood In his veins as can be traced
to any trotter of the age; he shows his fine breed
ing: he has never trotted for any monev. so he has
no public record. He will make a very valuable
horse for road or track purposes: he Is an excellent
pole horse; he trotted when purchased by my late
husband, a little over a year ago, at Frankfort
Ky.. In 2-.SU. 2:'.7H. 1:23. at which time l.e paid
tt.373 for him. 1 will warrant him to be In every
way as represented and described, a handsome,
stylish, safe, sound, last young trotting horse, and
to trot full mile In 2:30 or no sale. Time shown
purchaser and allow responsible parties satisfac
tory trial to test him. Ucntlrmen cannot Judge
whata fine animal he Is until they come and ride
after him, and my groom will explain and give
satisfactory reasons whr I am selling him so low.
Call Private Stable, 137 Wet 17th si, between 6th
and 7th ave. N cw York City.
HORSE-Large horse, thoroughly kind; sold for
want of use. Apply Mr. Stevenson's brick
stable, corner Ellsworth av. nnd J3outh Negley
(Roup) st. Inquire for Patrick Fitzgerald.
HORSE and wagon Good as new; new set of
harness. 1018 Braddock av., Braddoek, Pa.
TTORSES-4 horses cheap at No. 31 Old av., city.
Rubber Stamps and Stencils For Sale.
GET your rubber stamps, steet stamps, swnclls.
seal presses, brass checks, etc. from sheaffer
& Co.. 49 Filth av.. Duffs College building.
STENCILS, steel stamps,
eal presses, rubber stamps, etc.
W. A. Buntlne. 20 Fifth av.. cor. Market
Dogs for Sale.
TOG English setter dog: has a first-class nose:
VJ Is stanch, backs-well, and Is a persistent
woikcr. does not 'retrieve;
price vi. uauoraa-
dress 343 Fifth av., city.
EMMERSON square grand for sale cheap. Room
209 Hostctter building.
FINE upright piano, nearly new, cheap. 105
Pennsylvania av., Allegheny.
PIANO Good second-hand square Steinway pi
ano; cheap. Inquire 133 First av.
Miscellaneous For Sale.
BARBER CHAIRS (2) and other fixtures for $75
at 611 Carson si, S. S.
DESKS-2 roll top desks: 2 flattop desks; letter
press and stand. 58 Diamond st.
OR SALE-Brunswick billiard table.
new. Inquire No. 4303 rcnii a v.
FOR SALfc-SIx pool tables.
Jos. Stolzer, 2727
NATIONAL cash register, good as new, at half
price. W. R. Kuhn & Co.. C202 Penn av.
SAFE'S Two fine large safes, at 719 and721Llo
erty st. John S. Roberts.
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
Business Opportunities For Sale.
BOARDING IIOUSE-Sclcct boarding house:
finest street facing Allegheny parks; a thor
oughly established business of a better class: 33
table boarders: single room second floor front one
couple, brings $C5: third floor, $00: 7 people and 5
rooms pay alone $230 per month, aside from table
boarders: we offer this business and complete
furnishings throughout for $1,100; a rare opening.
John F. Sweeny, 63 Fourth av.
FOR SALE-To the highest bidder-Stock of
wholesale grocery, quitting business, com
mencing Tuesday morning, November 1 at 10
o'clock, and continue each dayatlO and 2 o'clock
until closed oat; 20,000 assorted brands cigars, 70
H.aiii chests tea, 25 caddies chewing tobacco,
1,000 pounds choice brand of smoking tobacco,
large assortment of spices, 10 barrels New Orleans
molasses, horse, wagon and harness, counters,
shelving and showcases, awning, oil tank. Frank
lin stove and pipe: a'so, at same time, large stock
of a merchant tailor quitting business, together
with large stock or gents' furnishing goods. A. J.
Pentecost, 413 Grant st.
T?URNI8!IMiSNT and lease of the most select and
J. finest boarding and lodging house In the two
cities: 23 elegantly lurnlshcd rooms occupied by
roomers at a handsointf profit: table board $7 per
week; sickness the only reason for selling. Per
cival Gaston; 49 Grant si
MEAT MARKET For hair value meat market
and grocery: centrally located: cash receipts
$ JW to f 500 per week : reason for selling sickness.
Address Meat, Dispatch office.
PERSONS Willi $215 cash, pleasant, steady paying
business: no risk. 103 Montgomery itv., Alle
gheny. PORTRAIT HOUSE-One that Is well established;
doing a nice business; no opnosltlon; take In
framing enough to pay expenses: have a fine stock;
this Is a good chance for right pirty: reasons for
selling am engaged in other business; don't answer
this unless you want to buy. Address C. AV. D.,
Station B, Pittsburg, Pa.
JALOON Steubcnville. .: price reasonable.
J Call on D. Lawlor. 205 Grant st Pittsburg.
FOR SALE LOTS.
LOTS on Bluff and VIckroy sts.,
Robert Coward, 20 Bluff si
MT. WASHINGTON. 10 minutes' walk from In
cline, large level lots, between. Boggs and
Southern avs., on line of Grandvlew Traction road;
$250 and up to (600; terms $10 and $25 cash, balance
easy monthly payments: these lots arc In a desir
able location and will enhance very rapidly In
value; rail at office and get particulars. Black &
Balrd, 95 Fourth av. (1-263)
East End Lots For Sale.
C1ENTERAV. lots. 43x175. only ?2,000each: street
J Improvements and sewers paid for: choice lo
cation: first-class Improvementsr on a main thor
oughfare: a limited number only offered at this
Bricc: terms to suit bee 31, P. Ilowley &bon, 91
FOR SALE or trade 30 good lots, only 3 minutes
from electric line in a rapidly selling district:
Eroperty all around built up: $10,000 can be made
v selling these lots retail: win trade for good Im
proved property In city or East End district Ad
dress Trade, Dispatch office.
MARGARETTA ST. A beautiful lot 30x120 feet;
street paved aud sewered; price $35 per foot;
near Highland av. A. Goendel, 109 Collins av.,
SCHENL-.Y PARK lots 50x150. or greater front
age ir desired, on Woodland avenue, between
Forbes avenue and Schenley Park: beautifully sit
uated: on Squirrel Hill Street Railroad, also within
short distance of cable and Duquense lines; as
phaltum pavement aud all other Improvements;
cheap: easy terms. Apply 5100 Forbes or 20 Fifth
avenue, Frank F. Nicola.
AUegheny Lots For Sale.
170R SALE Lot 20xlIo on west side or Buena
1 Vista st, near parks; price $1,650: only $1.15)
rash. bat. to suit; cheapest lot on the street John
K. Ewlng & Co., 107 Federal st.
LOT 47J$xt40, corner Allegheny and Pennsyl
vania avs. A. D. Wilson, 55 Federal si, Alle
gheny. LOT 155x130 feet on Pennsylvania av. ; fine build
ing lot. A. D.Wilson. 55 Federal st AUe
gheny. Suburban Lots For Sale.
LOTS A great snap for some one: two 40 ft lots
on Sixth ar.. Kensington, $1 150. Baxter,
Thompson & Co., 161 Fourth av., Pittsburg, Pa.
LOT 15x20. Allegheny Cemetery,
rooms, Bakewell building.
W. H, Errett,
Farms For Sale.
FINE FARM-Pavments or exchange: 84K acres;
lies nice: good house; large barn: two orchards;
22 miles from Pittsburg, near Freedom: $7. 500; send
,stamp for farm list. N, F. Hurst. Rochester. Pa.
LAND Two tracts of coal embracing about 400
acres: also (3) farms as rnl.: 180. US and 32
acres: choicest of bnhding lots on the "Heights."
Geo. W. Keece. Ag't. Martin's Ferry, Ohio.
3 000 real estate bargains: semi for new 144-p.ige
, catalogue Just from the printers, tree. Black
& Balrd. 05 Fourth av.
FOR SALE IMPRriVKD REAL ESTATE
"uTY property In exchange for farm; we have a
J couple or good properties, residence and busi
ness, to exchange for" a farm. D. Bchcn Co.,
4112 Penn av.
IJOR SALE. $5,500. new house, 11 rooms, rccep
J; Hon hall, bath, laundry, all very desirably
finished and arranged: lot 3xl20 ft.: this property
is certainly very cheap: In Rankin Place. Ml.
Oliver. See W. A. Herron & Sons, 80 Fourth av.
FOR SALE $3,500; neat house of 8 rooms and
attic: very 'deslraDle location. Bedford ar.,
near Morgan st. near cable line. (119c). W. A.
Herron & Sons. SO Fourth ar.
East End 'Residences For Sale.
FOR SALE An old homestead on one of the
best Imnroved lcsldence street' In the Eist
End, consisting ofa good, substantial "rlckhouie
of 8 rooms, hall and bath, both gases, laundry, vie :
street pared and sewered; lot48xl;0; will sell nt a
bargain on terms to suit the purchaser. (101).
Dennlsion. Klderkln Co.. Ltd.. 6232 Penn ar..
B.J,V Teh 883,
FOB SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
East End Residences For Sale.
fflJO 300-Small cash payments and (IS per
vDZilt month: a fine, tasty home of S rooms and
finished attic: call and state what terras you want;
would rent readily at $17: lOTely. convenient and.
above all, a very healthful location. 13 iriluutes
ride from P. O., 2 squares from cable: here is the
greatest feature, property built specially fo sell on
easy terms and still offered on guarantee ot strictly
good material and work : neat lront and back yard,
lencc. boardwalks, portico, back porch, slate roof
dry cellar under whole house, fine, solid stone
wall, vestibule, slateinantcl. gas. city water.ehlna
closet, plenty of clothes presses, fine graining,
Erates, single light front window, etc.. etc.: these
ouses are in the heart of Pittsburg and would rent
readily, and are sure to advance In price; this Is a
chance for you and your friends to settle near to
gether: we sell to none but nice people: call early;
there will be a grand rush on these properties;
office open temporarily Monday nnd Thursday
.Kuiiifta. ,uuu,.oniTll7, U3 UUrill aV.
fflJQ 500 Very good Investment 3 new frame
WO) houses. 2 of 4 rooms, attic, cellar, water,
etc., each, and one of 5 rooms, etc.; good large
lot: street and alley paved; this will bear investiga
tion. D. Behen Son, 4112 Penn av.
Allegheny Residences For Sale.
DWELLING To close an estate a bargain will
be given: 3-story brick dwelling, 10 rooms,
modern Improvements, elegantlocatlon: Immediate
Eosscsslon: comeand see about 11 A. D. Wilson,
Federal si, Allegheny.
SHERMAN AV., No. 59. Allegheny-Thn well
built every convenience brlc house. 9 rooms,
and rear frame house of 4 rooms, on lot 20x110 feet:
a bargain to quick purchaser. Fidelity Title
Trust io 121 and in Fourth av.
flgC 300 Brick house. 7 rooms, hall. etc.
lot 23 r
uuis i3u: on south t'anai St.,
Vmirlh tirt. Alh-
gheuy. A. D. Wilson, 55 Federal si. Allegheny.
Suburban Residences For Sale.
BRUSIITON-Elllott si. near PIK si, a new
frame dwelling of 5 rooms, finished attic and
hall, natural gas, good cellar: porches front and
rear: lot size 23x132 ft; only $2,300; less than cost
to present owner. See Reed B. L'oyleA Co., cor.
4th av. and Grant st.
FOR SALE-J5,H)0 The Bowman property at
UarmarvlUe. W. P. R. 11. right at station. 10
acres of choice level land wltn Improvements;
would mike an excellent manufacturing site: river
frout: railroad siding: terms cash. See Thos. Mc
Caffrey. Agent :i500 Butler si
pERSONAL-Stcnography and typewriting thor-
s ougiuy laugui. i-riTaie suoriuano institute,
315 SmltlineM Et
PERsONAL-Urertlt yes. credit on fine dress
goods, silks, satins.wraps.etc. stj. Dwyer's
Boom '. McCance block. Tut Mnlthfield.
can bny gents' solid gold
X watches: full Jeweled Elgin for $38. at 109
son st.; repairing a specialty, a. canson,
PERSONAL -Visit Mrs. Elliott's hair dressing
and manicure parlors: superfluous hair ie
moved by electric needle, 642 Penn are.
IjERSONAL Laborers, miners, ironworkers and
domestic scrvauts direct from Tcnnesse,
Georgia and Virginia. Peregrlno, 159 Fourth ave. ;
PERSONAL Ta-va-zon Cough Syrup: uncqualed
for cousrhs. colds, consumntion. throat and
lung diseases. Dr. Griffith, Third and (J rant
PERGONAL Hair, moies, etc.. on ladies' races
permanently destroyed by the electric needle
without pain or scar; consultation free. Miss
Strong, office 903 Penn av.. Dickson building. i
PLKJON'AL-Lndics wishing to take iurko Face
Ba'ths or face massage for removing" blemishes
and Improving the complexion will please visit ray
parlors aiuui 1'enn av..i'ittsuurg. M16S bnerwooa.
PERSON AL When I was a small bov my mother
alwavs repaired my breeches and Jacket bnt
since I got to be a great big man, Dickson, the
well-known tailor, 63 Fifth av.. cor. Wood si,
second floor, has been substituted, who now docs
all my cleaning, pressing and renovating in great
shape. Tcl. 1553.
PERSONAL The staff of experienced London,
American and German surgeons still continue
their free consultations; allchronfcdiseascs treated
with success: catarrh, rheumatism and kidney
troubles, also deafness receives ur strut attention.
Carson si. 2131, corner Twenty-second si, perma
nently. 10 a.m. to S p. m.
. 350 Wylle ai
Dr. McUrinor's Vure piteTcureT
FOUND The only reliable free hand portrait
artists In crayon and water colors: finest
grades only;' all work done In windows In presence
of the public; order now and pay for Christmas:
stores open until 9 P. ir. : satisfaction guaranteed
or no charge. Jos. P. Cowan. Prop. Union Arm
lists Portrait Co.. first floors 70S Liberty si. 607
Wood si: Branch 28 Ohio si; we employ no
agents. Telephone 2172.
TT S. ENGINEER OFFICE, CINCINNATI
U . Ohio, September 28, 1892. Sealed pro
posals lorconstructinn of tow and nuag boat
lor Kentucky river. Ky.. will be received at
this office nntil 12 it., November 1, 189-2, and
men puuuciy openeu. Dpocincatinna, uiaok
forms and nil available information will be
furnished on application to this office. D.
W. LOCKWOOD, Major of Engineers, U. S. A.
T OST - larre dark red cow. straved from res!
Xj dence or W. E. Schmertz, Craft av. Finder
please notify the above.
LOST Pin Diamond pin: a suitable reward will
be paid by leaving at the office of the Dawes
Mfg. Co.. 14 and 16 Wood: lost on 6th ave., be
tween Market and Smlthfleld sts.
STRAYED to the property of B. Mathlas, 521
Forbes si, a cow. Owner can have same by
proving ownership and paying damages.
80x380 FEET EACH.-
The location is one of the flne3t. Theso
lots front on street and boardwalk leading
from railroad station. This plot is the cream
of the Chartlcrs Valley; no hill side; all level
ground fronting on two streets. Dr. W. IT.
Daley and several other Pittsburgors hnve
secured the adjoining lots for purpose of
erecting elegant suburban homes. Low
price aud easy terms.
79 Fourth Ave., Pittsburg.
ONE OF THOSE COMFORTABLE
With wide hnll in middle, it always desira-'
ble. There is such a place for sale in
Lot 100x200, fronting on two or tho bet
streot-; can sell oft" 100 feet square; will sell
at a decided bursaln.
I.OGUE & schkoeder;
Gcrtnania Bank Building.
CORNER WYLIE AV. AND MfATT ST.,
Elegant lot, 31x179 feet, graded; will sell at a
bargain; ownor is deajl broke; easy tonus.
73 Fourth avnuo.
OR SALE i
SEVERAL VERY DESIRABLE
On "Webster, Bedford, Duff and Chauncoy
GEO. JOHNSTON, Agt.,
79 Fourth avenne.
The valuable business property situate)
HO. 109 AND 501 FIFTH AVE.
GEO. JOHNSTOS, Agfc,
79 Fourth avo.
The desirable property
COR. THIRD AVE. AND'JIOSS ST.
Lot 73XS6 fl;.eyy terms.
GEO. JOHNSTON, A;t,
79 Fourth ave.
EIGHTY FEET I
GEO. JOHNSTON, Agt,
79 Fonrth ave.
ON PENX STREET.
GEO. JOHNSTON, Act,
79 Fourth ave.
ON FRANCES STREET,
Near Wylie avenne. Thirteenth ward, USx
100 feet: price, $23 per front foot; good loca
tion; a dead bargain; easy terms.
GEO. JOHNSTON, Agt,
79 Fourth avenue.
EAST END RESIDENCE
On asphalt paved and sewered street near
Shady Lane; substantial nnd attractive
modern style dwelling of 8 room", ball, etc.,
(1 rooms on each floor) hath, laundry, slid
ing doors, gas. water, etc.; lot 35x120 leet;
very fine neighborhood. Easy term?.
M. F. H1PPLE & CO.,
96 Fourth nv.
OF HCT7 TORE.
MR. EDWARD MARO, Prestidigitator.
MR. EDWARD L. BARKER, Humorist,
and tho Orpheus Mandolin and Guitar Trio
at Old City Hall Friday evening of this week
at a o-ciocg.
This is the first entertainment In themem
bers' course of tho Young Men's Christian
Association. The other dates for, the season
NOV. 25, Mozart Sextet nnd Mr. W. B.
Green. DEC. 23, Leland T. Powers. JAN. 27,
Clifton Quartet nnd Mr. nnd Mr. John R.
Scott. FEB. 24, Robarts Mnrper's Illustrated
Lectin e. i'Around the Woiict in a Man o'
War." MARCH 24, Bernhard Listemanu Con
A $5 membership ticket in the association
or any of its branches admits the owner with
a lady to all the above as well as gymnasium,
evening classes and other privileges at the
association building, Penn and Seventh
Any yonng man of good moral character is
eligible to membership.
Persons not members will be admitted
upon the payment of SO cents each at the
THE ALVIN THEATER.
CHARLES L. DAVIS, Owner and Manager.
To-night Wednesday nnd Saturday mati
nees, the Intest droll conceit by "Sid
ney Rosenfeld," entitled,
Next week "Blue Jeans.'
Seats now on sale for Joseph Arthur's
JOHN MASON-MARION MANOLA AND
. THE MANOLA-MASON COMPANY.
To night and Saturday matinee,
Dellebtful I "IF I WERE YOU."
Double Bill. I "THE ARMY SURGEON."
Saturday evening, I "CASTE."
Next week "Dartmoor." oc2S
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
The Boston Howard
Athenscnm Specialty Co.
Prices 15, 25, 50 and"5c Matinee Saturday
25 and 50c Reserved.
Next week Lillian Lewis "LADY LIL." '
TTARRY DAVIS' EDEN MUSEE-
"MARQUIS," the Beautirul Stallion,
"DOMINGO," the Indian Albino Child,
And a great stage show.
Admission, 10 cents. oc21-48
HARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
To-nlghi MatlueeB Tuesday, Thurs
day nnd Saturday.
THE SOUTH BEFORE THE WAR.
Fifty people on tho stage.
A carload of
'l rains Sun by Central Tims.
Northwest System Fort Wayne Route
Dspakt lor Chicago, points intermediate and beyond:
L20a,m.,7.10 a.m., 1Z20 p.m., 1.00 p.ra., S.45
p. m., I11.E0 p.m. Arrive irom same points : '12.05
a.m., 11.15 sun.. 6JX)a.m., 635 ajn., 5.65p.m.,
uepakt tor joicao.poinisincenneaiaieanaDeyona:
Irom same points: f 1.15 a.m., 0JJ5 a.m.. f(I.45p.m.
Dsfakt for Cleveland, points intermediate and
beyond: fU.I0 a.m., 7J0 a.m., fI-301 p.m,
11.03 p.m. . Arrive from same points: &5U a.m.,
fl.55 p.m., 5.55 p.m., 1650 p.m.
DErART for Martins Ferry, Bridgeport and Bellaire:
18.10 a.m., fl.30p.in., t4.10p.rn. Akkive from same
points : fS.00 a.m., fl.55 p.m., f 6J50 p.m.
Depart lor New Castle, Erie, Youngstown, Ashta
bula, points intermediate and beyond: 17.20 a.m.,
tl2.20 pjn. Akkivc Irom same points: fl.25 p.m.,
Dppart fcr New Castle, Jamestown. Yonngstown
snd NOes, f3.45 p.m. Arrive from same points:
Depart for Yonngstown, 120 p.m. Arrive trom
Youngstown, 6 45 p.m.
Depart for Columbus, Qncinnati, Indianapolis, St.
l.ouis, points intenr-ediate and beyond: 1.10 a.m.,
8 30 a.m..S.45p.m 11.15 p.m. Akriir Irom same
Depart tor Columbus, Cl'icajio, points intermediate
and beyond: 1.10 a.m., f 12.05 p.m. Arrive Irom
same points: 2J!0 a.m.,f:i.lfi p.m.
Depart for Washington, 18.1-5 a. m., 1S.35 a.m
fl.55 p. m.,f30p.m.,f4.45p.m. fi.50p.in. Arrive
irom Washington, ffi.53 a.m f7.50 a.m., f&50a.m.,
Depart lor Wheeling. 8.S0 a. m., f 12.05 n'n.,
12.45 p. m., f6.10 p. m. Arrive bom Wheeling,
1S.45 a. m., f3 05 p. m. 5,50 p.m.
Pdukak Supping Cars and Pullman Dunns
Cars run through, bast and West, on principal trams
ol both Systems.
Local Sleepy no Cars rnnnlnff to Columbus. Cin
cinnati, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Toledo and Chicago' 1
are reaay tor occupancy at Pituburgn union siauou
at 9 o'clock p. in.
Time Tailts oi Through and Local Aceommoda.
lion Trains" o! either system, not mentioned above, can
be obtained at 110 Fifth ATCnce and UnJoa Station,
Pittsburgh, and at principal ticket office of tfc Ptan
syiTaaia Lines Wot of 'Pittsburgh.
Dally. tJCx. Sonday. tx. Saturday. TEr.Keadar.
JOSEPH WOOD, 14, AFFORD,
feanl euack Ctnertl tassssrer Irtst,
IJT EJTECT jfxE IS. 18K.
Trains trill leave TJnlon Station, PI ttsbaraj
as follows (Eastern Standanl Time)!
MAIN LINJE EASTWAItD.
Pennsylvania Limited of Pullman Vestibnle Cars
daily at 7: 15 a. m.. arriving at UarrisburgatlO.1
P. m Philadelphia 4:44 p. m.. ew York 7:00
p. m.. Baltimore 4:40 p. m.. Washington i-l p.m.
Keystone Express dally at 1:20 a. m.. arriving at
Harrlsburg SS a. m Baltimore 11:15 a. m..
ashlngton 12:3) p. m Philadelphia 11:25 a, m..
.New York -:00 p.m.
Atlantic Express dally at 3:30 a. m.. arriving st
Harrlsburg 10:30 a. m., Philadelphia 1:2 p.m..
New York 4:00 p. m.
Harrlsburg Accommodation dally, except Sunday,
toisa. to., arriving at Harrlsburg 1:30 p. m.
Day l.spresi daily at S:CO a. m.. arriving at Har
rlsburg 3:20 p. a., Philadelphia C:50 p.m.. New
Yor 0Oi p. m Baltimore 0:45 p. m., Washing
ton S:15 p. m.
Hall train Sunday only, S:40a. m.. arrives Harris
burg 7:00 n. m., Philadelphia 10:55 p. m.
Hail .Express daily 12:50 p. m.. arriving at Harris
F.'.,r? i?0.P- m.. connecting at Harrlsburg for
Philadelphia Kxpress dally at 4:SO p. m.. arriving
at Harrtsliurrl.-OOa. m.. Philadelphia 4S5 a. m..
ana He w York 7:10 a. m.
Eastern Express at 7:10 p. m. dally, arriving Har
rlsburg 2:10 a. m., Baltimore 6:20 a. m.. Wasb
Ington 7:30 a. m.. Philadelphia 6:05 a.m, and
New York7:40a. m.
Fast Line dally at8:10 p. m.. arriving at Harrb
S.ur'?3:?' -. PI'lladelphU 8:50 . m.. New
York 9:30 a.m.. Baltimore 6s a.m- Washing
ton 7:30 a. id.
All through trains connect at Jersev City with
boats of "Brooklyn Annex" for Brooklyn. N.Y
avoiding doable lerriagc and Journey through New
Johnstown Accom.. except Sunday. 3:40 p. m
GrecnsburK Accom.. 11:30 d. m.. week mil! 1021
L p. m. Sundays. Grcensburg Express 5:15 p. m-
except Eiinuay. jjerry impress 11:00 a. m.. ex
Wall Accom.. 5:25, 6:00, 7140. & t-so. 9:40. 10:30.
ll:00a. m., li:15. 12:50. 1:20. 2:30. 3:40, 4:00, 4w
t:15, 0:00.6:45.7:25 9:00. 10:20. 11:30 p. m.. 12:11
night, exceptMonday. Sunday, 8:. 10.30 s. m..
12:25. 12:60. 2:30. 4:3U, 5:30. 7:i, 9:30, 10:30 p. m.
and 12:10 night.
llklnsburg Accom., 6:25. 6:00. (1:15, 6:45. 7:00.
7:25, 7:1". 8:10. 6:35. 8:50. 9:40, 10:30, 11:00, 11:10a.
m.. 12:01, 12:15. 12:30. 12:30. 1:20, 1:30. 2:00. 2:30
1:15. !:40. 4:10. 4:10, 4:23, 4:35. 4:50. 5:00, 5:1575:39,
8:45, 6:00. 0:20. 6:45. 7:25. 8:20. 9:00. 9:43, 10:20.
11.-C0, 11:30 p. m. wcek-davs. and 12:10 nleht, ex
cept Monday. Sunday. 5:30. 8:40. 10:30 a. m.
12:25. 12:50. 1:30. 2:30. 4:30, 5:30, 7:20. 9:00. 9:3X
10:30 p. m.. 12:10 night.
Braddock Accom.. iiSi. 6:00. 6:15. 6:45. 7.00. 7:2t
7:40. 8:00. 8:10. 8:35. 8:50. 9:4a 10:30. 11:00. 11:10.
a. m 12:01, 12:15. 12:30, 12:50. 1 .TO, 1:30. 2:00, 2:30,
1:15, 3:40, 4:00, 4H0, 4:25. 4:30, 4:35. 4:50. 5:00. 5:1
6:30, 5:45. 8:C0. 6:20, 6:45, 7:20. 8:20. 9:00. 9:45. lOrii
31:00, 11:30 p. m. week-dars, and 12:10 night, ex
cept Monday. Sunday. 5:30. 8:00, 8:10. 10:30 a.m.,
2:2S.,2:S0, 1:30. 2:30, 4:30, 5:30. 7:20. 8:00, 9:30.
10:30 p. in.. 12:10 night.
SOUTHWEST PESN EAILWAT.
ForTJnlontowiiS:25aud8:a. m., l and 4:25 p.
OJf ANDAPTaBMAY23. Mil. .
For Monongahcla City. West Brownsville and
TJnlontown. 10:40 a. m. For Monongahels CItv
and west jirownsvuie. 7:35 and 10:4" a. m.. and
4:50 p.m. On Sunday, 8i53 a. ra. and 1:01 p. m.
For Slonongabela CItv only. 1:01 and 5:50 p. m.
week-days. Dravosburg Accom.. 6:00 a.m. and
?:20p. to. week days. West Elizabeth Accom.
8:35 a.m.. 4:15, 6:30. and 11:35 p. m. Sunda7.
P:0 p. m.
WEMT PENSTI,TAMA DrVISIOX.
OX AND AFTER, JBVIJII. 13 1-.
From FEDERAL srKKET STATION. Allegheny
ForSprlngdale. week-days. 6:20. 8:43. 9:23. in:.
11:50a.m.. 1:30. 2:25. 4:00. 6:00. 5:4 6:10. 6:2CL
8:10. 10:30 and 11:40 p. m. Sundays, 12:35 and 9:30
For Butler, week-days, 6:20. 8:45, 10:40 a. m.. 3:11
and 6:10 p. m.
For Freeport. week-day; 6:33. 8:4 10:40 a.m..
3:15.4:00.5:00.8:10. 10:10 and 11:40 p. m. Sun-
days 12:35 and 9:30 p. m.
For Apollo, week.davs. 10:40 a. m. and 5:00 p. nt.
For Paolton and Blalrsville, week-days, 6:55 a. m-
3:15 and 10:30 p.m.
S"Tbe Eveelslor Baggage Express Companv
will call for and check bag-gam from hotels and
residences. Time cards and full Information can
be obtained at the ticket offices No. 110 Fifth av.
nne. corner Fourth avenue and Try street al '
CHAS. E. PTJGH. J. It. WOOD.
General 3Ianager. Gen'I Pass'r Agent.
BALTTMOBE AJD OHIO EA1XP.OAD
Bthedule In effect Sept.- 3. 1802. Eastern a.
For Washington. D,
C. K<linnr Thlt:
delphla and New
York. 8 00 a m and
6 50. -8 00 a m. ti i2
6 60, 8 00. 3 30 a m,
fl 10. $4 15. 5 00 and
9 20 pm.
t8 60, 8 00. JSSOa ml
11 14 13 and c4
For lit. Pleasant.
Jo 60 and J3 CO a m; fl 10, U 15 and tS to p m.
For Washington, Pa., "7 20. S3 10 and 79 30 a m, v
For Vi heeling. 7 50. S3 10 and 33 a m. -4 00, .
7 SO. 11:36 pm.
For Cincinnati and 8t. Louis. 7 20 a m,
V 30 and 111 65 p m. For Cincinnati 11 65 p m. Sab
For Columbus, 7 20 a m. 17 30 and 111 61
For Newark, 7 20 a m, "7 30 and 111 65 p m.
For Chicago. V 20 am and 1 SO p n.
Trains arrive from New York. Philadelphia, Bah
tlmore and Washington. 6 20 a m. -i 30 p m. Front
Columbus, Cincinnati and Chicago 8 60 a m. 8 40
p m. From Wheeling. 60 and 10 a m. 1 4 15,
17 65 and 8 40 pm.
Parlor and sleeping ears to Baltimore, Washing
ton. Cincinnati and Chicago.
Dally. SUally except Sunday. Sunday only.
ISaturday only. IDally except Saturday.
Tbe Pittsburg Transfer Company will call for anil
cheek baggage from hotels and residences upon
orders left at B. O. ticket offlce, corner Firm
avenue snd Wood street, aud 639 Smlthfleld street
1. T. ODELL. CHAS. O. SCTJLL,
General Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent,
PrPrSBTJP.O AND Ln.EE" JTRK tfAIl7BdI9
Company. Scnedule In effect May 15. 1892.
Central time. Depart For Cleveland, "8.00 a.m.,
1.63, 4.20, 9,45 p. m. For Cincinnati. Chicago ana
St. Louis, 1.65, 9.43p. m. For Buffalo. 8.00 a, a.,
4.20, 9.43p. m. ForSalamanea. 3.00a. m.. 1.55,
9.43 p. m. For Youngstown and New Castle, 6.00,
8.C0. 11.30a. m.. r.SS. J3.30. 4.20. "9.45p. m. For
Bearer Fulls, 6.00, 7.00, 3.00. 11.3ua.m.. "1.65, 8.80.
4.20. 3.20. "9.45 p.m. For Chartlers. ., 8.SS,
8.00. 16.43. 7.00, f.37. "7.60. 18.0". 8.30. 9.10. 11.10.
111.45 a. m.. 12.10. 1.00, 2.00. 1.10. 4.06, 14.20. '.,
l.iU, O.-Ul -9.W, 19.43. id p. m.
AnMVE-From Cleveland. '8:30 a. m.. 12:30,
1:16. 7i30 p. m. From Cincinnati. Chicago and St,
Louis. 6:30 a. m.. "12:30. "7:30 p. m. From Bar.
falo, "C:30 a. m 12:30. 9:30 p. m. From Salamanca,
Ii30, 10:00 a. m., 7:J0 p. m. From Youngstown,
and New Castle, sab, J7:25. '10:00 a. m.. 12:30,
8:15. 7:80, :30p. m. From Beaver Fall. 5:20 tiS.
7il 'lOKlta. m.. 'll:). 1:20. 6:13. 7d0. 9:30p. m.
P.. C. It. Y. trains for Mausneld. 7:37a. m.. 12:10,
4:05 p. m. For Esplen and Beechmont, 7:37 a. m
4:05 p. m.
P.. CAY. trains from Mansfield. 7:51. 11:50a,
m.. 2:37 P. m. From Beechmont, 7:31, 11:50 a. m.
P.. MoK. A Y. B. B--DErABT-ForNewHaven.
J:20a. m., -3:C0p. m. For West Newton. 8:20 a.
m.. "3:00, 6:25 p. m.
AEiuvE-From New Haven. 9:00a. m.. 4rtT p,
m. From West Newton. 6:33, 9.-00 a. m., 'liW
For McKeesport, Elizabeth. Monongahela City
and Belle Vernon. m:40. 11:03 a. a., "1:C0 p. m.
From Belle Vernon, Monongahela City. Eliza
beth and McKeesport. "7:40 a. m., I?i55, 3i05p.m.
Dally, lsundays only. (To and front Nesr
Cllv Ticket Ofllcr. 639 Kmltlifl.lrt UeL-
ALLESHENY VALL'EY H11IXAT CO-
Taking effect June 26, 1892. trains wtH
leave and arrive at Union station. Pittsburg, east
ern standard time: Buffalo express Leaves at 8:23
a. m., 8:50 p. m. (arriving at buffalo at 5:43 p. in.
and 7:20 a. m.)j arrives at7:05 a. in.- 6:33 p. m.J OH
City and t)uI3ol- express-Leaves 6:00 a. m.. 8ia.
m., l;30p. m.: arrives ltOO. 6:33. 10:30 p. m. Em
lenton Leaves 3:45 p. m. ; arrives 10:00 a. m. Tile,
tanning Leaves 9:06 a. m.. 8:00 p. m. ; arrives 8:31
a. m.. 6:55 p. m. Braebum Leaves 6i50 a. m..
12:05 p. m.. 6 JO p.m.. 6ilS p. m.: arrives 6:40a.
m.. 6:03 a. m.. 1:43 p. m.. 7:40 p. m. Valley Camp
Leaves 10:15 a.m.. 2:30. 9J0L 1130 P. m.: arrive
6:40 a.m.. 12:30.4:40.11:10 p.m. Hnlton-Leave
70P. m.: arrives 9:20 p. m. Sunday trains Buf
falo express-Leaves 8:20a.m.. 8:50 p. m.: arrlve
7:0Sa. m.. 6:33 p. m. Emlenton Leaves 9:03 a.m. t
arrives 9:13 p. m. Klttannlng Leaves 12:40 p. m. ;
arrives 10:15 p. m. Braeburn Leaves 9:50 p. m.t
arrives 7tl0 p. m. Pullman parlor buffet car on
day trains and Pullman sleeping car en night trains
between Pittsburg and Buffalo. Ticket offices. No.
110 p inn av. ana union station.
JAMES P. ANDEBSON.
Gen. Pass. Agt,
PrrrsBTjKG AJfD VTF.STEKN kail-way
Schedule In effect May 15. 1S91 (Central time).
Depot cor Anderson st. and Klver av.. Allegheny.
Depart for Chicago. 2rtW p. in. Solid train wlta
Pullman sleeping car. For Kane, Bradford, 1711
a. m. For Clarion, 17:1 la. in.. f2:t0p. m. Ko
Foxburg. noa. m.. 12:00, t4:25p.m. For Buffalo,
Erie, Meadvllle. 17:10 a. m. For Greenville.
Mercer. Grove City. f7:10 a. m.. t2 p. m. Fo
Akron. Cleveland, t7:10a. m.. 'Oop. m. For New
Castle, fill a. m.. 2:co. t3:05 p. m. For Butler,
f:30. VUJ. 19:30 a. m.. 2:00 f4:2S. tS-15 p. m.
Trains arrive: From Kane. 16:15 p. m. l Clarion.
fll:S a. m.. t6:45p. m.: Fcxburg. T:05. tU: a.
jn.. f6: P. m.; Erie. 13:30 p. m. : Greenville. Mer
cer. 111:30 a, m.. t330 p. in. : Axrnn. il:55 a. n , ,
:43p. m.;Now Castle. 19:u5. '11135a. m.. tiU
p. m::Bntler. 17:00. 19:0 111:31a. m.. fltfO. 'Mi
p. m. : trom Chicago. "11:55 a. nu
Dally. fExcept Sunday.
THE ONLY REASON
For-the continued increase of THE
DISPATCH adlets is that they give
satisfactory returns. .