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THE - PTTTSBUEG DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1892.'
READ THE ADLETS I "MULTUM IN PARVO." ALL NEEDS SUPPLIED!
MEETINGS AND NOTICES.
FIMI.ITT TlTLH XSV TEUST COOT AST, )
121 AND 13 FOUItTH AVEXDE,
Pittsburg. Pa.. Nov. s. ism. )
the annual .meeting of the stock
HOLDERS of the Fidelity Title na Trust
Company will be held at Its oHce on THURSDAY.
November 10. lS9i at 1 o'clock, P. M.. fortUe pur
pose of receiving the annual report, holding the
election of fifteen directors to serve Tor the earning
y ear. and the transaction of such other business as
may properly come before the meeting.
C B. 3ICVAY. Secretary.
"VCTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I HAVE
1 this day sold all my right, title and Interest in
the Tide Coal Co. and Time Coal Co. to Capt. W. B.
Kodgers. E. P. TOUNG.
FITT6BCBG. Oct. IS. 18K.
TVTOTICE-THE UNDERSIGNED HEREWITH
1 gives notice that his wife. Mrs. F. Wenzel,
has. without cause or provocation, deserted him,
and that he will pay no debts contracted by tier.
VOTICE TO MILL AND WATER POWER
i owners Parties Intending to bul'd mills and
dams should address Thomas Green, Contractor,
1411 Harrison street. Wilmington. Del.; 25 years
experience In building mills and developing water
I oners: best reference given.
TVTOnOE TO ELECTION OF KICERS-AS MANY
J. election polls have bem changed and all the
voting, fixtures and furniture, such as booths,
annexes. posts for guard rail, chains, ballot boxes,
etc. have been delivered, and in some cases to the
wrong places, the Countv Commissioners request
all persons Interested to notify them or any omis
sions or mistakes, and thev will have them reme
died at once. B-E. MERCER. 1 cy
I)t Jl BOYLE?' jCommlssloner..
P. W. SEIBERT. Clerk.
-XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
1 flrmofWhalen & Dnffey has this day dis
solved, TUos. F. Whalen retiring. The business
will be continued by the remaining partner. Thos.
A. Dnffev. and H. A. Miller, who will payand col
lect all accounts of the old firm. THOS. F. WHA
LEN. THUS. A. DUFFEY, MM Penu av. PlTTS
Burtc. Nov. 1. IS92.
Fidelity Title avd Trust Co.,
III asd 123 Foubth Ave. f
I7STATE OF W. C hltsKLNF, DECEASED
j Notice Is hereby given that letters testamenta
ry on the estate ol W. C. Ersklne have been
ffranted to the umierslgned. to si bom all persons
ndebted to said estate are requested to make Im
mediate pavment, and those having claims against
the same should make them known without delay,
FIDELITY TITLE AND TRUST CO..
-pUKLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
X letters or administration on the estate of Mary
Lauth. late of the borough of Knoxvllle. Alle
gheny eounn. Pa., have this day been granted to
the undersigned. All persons having claims
against the said estate are hereoy requested to
make known the same to me without delay, and
all persons Indebted to tne estate wm unrequired
to make Immediate pavtnent.
JOSEPH DASCHBACH. JR..
No. HI SinlthfieM street.
OCTOBER. 4, 1832. Pittsburg.
FIDELITY TITLE AND TRUST COMPANY.
121 and 123 Fourth av.
INSTATE OF O. P. F. J. AUGEKSTE1N,
j deceased. Notice Is hereby given that
letters of administration on the estate
or O. P. F. J. Augcnstein have been
granted to the undersigned, fo whom all
persons Indebted to said estate are reauested
to make Immediate payment, and those having
claims against the same should make them known
FIDELll Y TITLE AND TRUST COMPANY.
D. Q. EWING. Attorney.
FIDELITY TITLE AN D TRUsT COMPANY,
121 and 13 Fourth av.
TTSTATE OF JOHN BALLANTTNE. DE
Ij CEASED. Notice is hereby given that
letters testamentary on the estate of John
Ballantlne have been granted to the un
dersigned, to whom all persons indebted to
6ald estate are requested to make Immediate pay
ment, and those having claims against the same
should make them knon n without delay.
F1DELI1 Y TITLE AND TRUST COMPANY.
P. Q EWING. Attorney.
TO LET Cheap Brick house. 8 rooms. Inside w.
c, bath, range: location good; easily reached:
on Sycamore St.: only $16 per mo.: or will sell lor
ti4l. and allow all rent paid to go toward the
purchase money, be e W. A. Herron S. Sons, 80
rr-0 LET Very desirable brick house or 8 rooms,
X modern fixtures, location very healthy and de
sirable, on Grandvlew av., which Is a very beautl
lu', wide and paved street: rent only t per
month. See W. A. Herron & Sons. 80 4tu av.
TO LET Cheap Dwelling houses, 5th av., op-Tmtp.St-
rO LET Wvlle av.. 655. near Somcr St.,
house of eight rooms.
Allegheny Residences To Let,
TO LET Ready for occupancy Novembers. those
H r-storv brick dwellings opposite Hartman's
Hotel. Petrci st,. Ninth ward Aileghenj: gas and
Mater In houses: rents reasonable. A. J. Pentecost,
413 Grant St.. Pittsburg.
rpoLET-John ICEwlngA CO., 107 Federal st.,
J. headquarters lor Allegheny houses; free list.
Suburban Residences To Let.
TO LET Twenty acres, variety of fruit, nine
roomed frame house, spring at door, plank
road: Eergreen, Ross township. Inquire 61 Sec
ond av.. city, of O F. llelvln.
Rooms To Let.
ARCH ST.. 75if. Allegheny Second-story front
room: reasonable rent.
RCII ST. ST. Alleglieny-Second-story front
room, furnished; 512.
ECU ST.. 154. Allegheny Three nice unfur
ARCH ST.. 64. Allegheny, facing Ohlo-Furnlshed
"7MERSON ST.. 244, East End-Furnished room.
I7EDEKALST.. 221, Allegheny-Front room with
RBES ST., 372 Flats of three rooms; new
L ACOCK ST., 207. Allegheny Furnished rooms,
with modern conveniences, lor gentleman,
EOOJlo Second floor flat or 5 rooms and bath:
hot and cold water; bolh gases. Inquire at
drug store. No. 8a James St., Allegheny, or 506
Wood St., I'lttsburg.
CPAHlfTLACE. 34S. E. End-Furnished room
O with use of bath.
TOCRTON AV.. 16. Allegheny-Large furnished
front room, second floor.
NION A V.. 23. Allegheny-Well furnished
irom room, wmi Doara: terms reasonaDie.
Z see additional auieuunuer vt anted Boarders
Duhlness Stands To Let,
TO LEI Room, with or without power: also,
storage room, dn kiln, capacity 30, 000 ft : will
lease kiln or dry lumber by contract. Head Bolt
Works. Grant and BoQuctsts., Allegheny. Apply
on premises or to H. A. spangler, 'third National
rpo LET Space with power; every convenience;
1 corner Penu av. aud Third st. Nicola Bros.,
Hi Filth av.
Offices, Desk Room, Etc, To Let.
TO LET in the Ferguson block. Third and
Fourth avs.. a few choice offices; day and
night elevator, electric clocks and Janitor services
tree: rent low. Blacs: A Balrd. No. 5 Fourth av.
fl-O LET In the Hamilton building. S1-D3 Filth
A av., choice offices, with all conveniences; rent
low. Black & Balrd. No. 95 fourth av.
TO LET Desk room In rcun building, office No.
713, with use of telephone: to a party who has
U6e for stcnogiapher preferred.
Miscellaneous To Lets.
rLET Cyclorama Auditorium is never called
Cyclorama hall, and we don't rent to 50c
dances. That this is the licst way to conduct (be
largest and best hall In Western Pennsylvania is
shun n by the number of 11 rst-class engagement-, we
are boosing. Come early or you w 111 have to take
what is left. H. W. McDonald & Co. .Proprietors,
75 Irwin av Allegheny.
TO LET Third floor. Masonic Bank bnlldlng:
rooms suitable for artist, draughtsman, arcui
tect or light mannfactnrlng.
PERSON AL Mrs. Dr. McGranor's sure pile cure.
350 Wylle aye. j
1 PERSONAL Jas. H. Curry. 279 Federal St., AI
J legheny, ladles1 tailor; riding habits a spe
cialty. "PERSONAL Stenography and typewriting thor
1 oughly taught. Prltatc Shorthand Institute,
215 sinllhneld st.
TiKItMiVAT. i:redit. tcs. creait. on fine cress
JL goods, silks, satins, wraps, etc. at J. Dwyer's
Boom 4. McCance block, 701 bnUthflcM.
PERSONAL Tou can (buy gents' solid gold
watches: fullJcwelei'toglniortJO. at 109 Car
son st. : repairing a sperjglty. A. Carlson.
ERsON"AL-T-va-n Cough Syrup: unequaled
tor cough, colder consumption, throat and
lung disease: every bottle guaranteed. Dr. Grif-
mh. Third and Graftt. Pittsburg.
PERSONAL Jiair. motes, etc. ou laatcs races
permanently destroyed by the electric needle
without pain or scar: consultation free. Miss
streug. oulcc 033 Penn av.. Dickson building.
1jEROS'AL Ladles wishing tn take Turko Face
Baths or face massage for removing blemishes
and improving the completion will please visit my
parlors at 903 Penn av.. Pittsburg. Miss Sherwood.
1JERSON AL When I was a small boy mv mother
always repaired my breeches and jacket, but
since I got to be a great big man, Dickson, the
well-known tailor, 65 Fifth av.. cor. ood St.,
second floor, has been substituted, who now does
slimy cleaning, pressing and renovating In great
shape. 'leL 150;. '
- Clautfica real tnate aavertuemcnU on I hts
page ten emit per ne for each insertion, and
none takenor leu than twenty cents.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
ADVERTISEMENTS ON THIS PAGE
Classified under the lollowl'ng headings will be ac
cented at the rate of
ONE CENT PER WORD
FOR EACH INSERTION when paid for la ad
vance either at main or branch offices.
Wantea Advertisements o aU Kinds.
MALE HELP. BOARDrVfA
FEMALE HELP, BOARDERS,
PERSONAL. TO LET ROOMS,
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE3,
LOST AND FOUND.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH.
Cor. Smlthfleld and Dlnmond Street
BRANCH OFFICES AS FOLLOWS. WHEHF.
WANTS. FOR SALE. TO LET. AND OTHER
TRANSIENT ADVERTISEMENTS WILL BE
RECEIVED UP TO P. M. FOR INSERTION.
Advertisements hould be prepaid unless adver
tisers already have accounts with Tki Dispatch.
FOR ALLEGHENY. NO. 107 FLDERAL ST..
FOR THE SOUTHSTDF, NO. 1412 CARSON
STREET. TELEPHONE NO. 6022.
FOR THE HAST JD. J. W. WALLACE, 12l
rrTTsTtTruo ADnrnn at
THOMAS MCCAFFREY. KOOBntler street.
EMIL G. STUCKEY. 24th street and Penn avenue.
F. H. FGGERS & SON. Ohio and Chestnut street.
THOMAS McHF.NRY. Western andlrwln avenues.
BARBER Good white barber at once; goi
wages: steady Job. Apply to Theo. G. Foil
nler, Chartlers. Fa,
ARBEES To pood white barbers: wajfes f7
per ireeK ana uoara. i rea ceiijf, inuiaua. ra..
AP.BEU-3 years' experience. 5824 Peun are.t
ARBER Goodman. 2808 Penn aye.
BOY To learn the barber trade: one with expe
ilence preferred; send letter. 4127 Butler st.
DOT-About 16 years old. Call at 411 Liberty st.
flANVASSEKS salary ami expenses irom sian;
steady work: goon chance for advancement.
Brown Bros. Co., N urserymeiu Rochester, N. Y.
CANVASSER Experienced canvasser; 112 per
week and commission: must furnish refer
ence and security. 102 Fourth av.. Room 6.
C CANVASSERS Few good men: good pay
J Wheeler Wilson Mfg. Co.. 6 Sixth st.
COATMAKER A first-class coatmaker at once
T. A. i.loyd, Wcllsvllle. O.
COLORED puddters, miners and laborers. Pere
J grino. Fourth an
(YUTTER One that unoerstands cutting shirts.
J Inquire No. 30 Sixth st.
1 RUG CLERK Junior clerk. Address, stating
U experience Opium, Dispatch office.
,BUG CLERK State experience.
u&rapnor, uispaicn omce.
j Ijr understands Ills business; must be able to
do jrenerat repair wort, pipe flttlnp. etc; elve ref
erence and salary expected. Address 7. DUpatch
FINISHER First-class flnlher In our bindery;
steadr woriv. Address The John F. Fmlth
rrintlnllouse, 74 F.sclianRest., Kocfaester, K. Y.
FIELD magnet winders for round mac nets: state
ape. experience and wages. Detroit Motor
Co.. 1313 Cass av.. Detroit. Mich.
MALE bTEMIGRAl'llER and typewriter;
must hare experience. Address, with rctcr
ence. and state salary expected, .stenographer.
AN For branch of wholesale Western house,
man who hasantitude to organize business.
lth some canltal to invest, not less than 5X800:
basis of position permanent; saUry 5140 per month
and expenses. Address. George Evans, care of
Walesby's Advertising Agency, Lonlsvllle, Ky.
MAN A live, active man with some pluck and
push, to represent us In your locality: we
have something entirely new that goes, and unless
ou can make $75 to $250 per month we don't need
vou; no peddllug: better write to-day. Address
Manufacturers. ('. o. Box 5308, Boston, Mass.
MAN To drive grocery wagon; one that under
stands the care of horses: arood reference re
quired: single man preferred. George McFerron
& Co., 350 Beaver av., Allegheny City.
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 2353, New York City.
MAN IT you are seeKing a high grade posltlo
in any part of the United States write to
Western Business Agency, inclosing stamp, Mln
AX Single man to gnrden and care for Htc
siock. -Anpiy aiyw iiDeriy si.
WEN to take orders: no delivering or collecting;
no experience; steady work; best terras; out
fit free. Allen Nursery Co., Rochester, N. Y.
" 1 EN (50) Rock men and laborers to work near
ill city. Inquire at Room 44. Ill Fourth ar. 11.
J. Degnwn. Contractor. Free Fass.
OLDERS-Freeport foundry, Freeport, Pa.
PLUMBERS Good plumbers. Apply Immediately
at Carson & White's, Perrysvllle av., Alle
gheny. )LUMBER-At 633 Preble av.. Allegheny.
IOLI.ER An experienced roller for Iron In
1p groo es up to 22M Inches: will work by the day
at first: innn be sober and ha e good references.
Address Rolling Mill, Dispatch office.
SALESMAN On salary or commission. Tonanate
the new patent chemical ink erasing pencil;
the greatest Eelllng novelty ever produced: erases
Ink thoroughly In two seconds: no abmslonof
paper: ICOtottOpcrccnt profit; one agent's sales
amounted 10 ICO In six days, another $32 in two
hours: we want one energetic general agent for
each btatc and Territory, For terms and particu
lars address the Monroe Eraser Manufacturing
Company. X. 10. I.atrosse. Wis.
SALESMAN A flrst-class beef salesman ror re
frigerator: must be acquainted with trade of
Pittsburg and Allegheny. Call 1 etween 2 and 3
o'clock at Home Dressed Meat Co., Llm., 200-212
SALESMAN An experienced clothing salesman.
Apply at once at 1729 Carson St., S. 3.
SALESMEN Who can easily make$21 lof75per
week, selling the celebrated Plnlcss Clothes
Line or the Famous Fountain Ink Eraser: patents
recently Issued: sold onlyby salesmen, to whom
we give exclusive territory; the Plnless Clothes
Line Is the on y line ever Invented that holds
clothes without pins a perfect success; the Fount
ain Ink leaser is entirely new. will erase Ink in
stantly, and Is king of all: on receipt of 50c will
jnall sample of either, or sample of both for!$l.wltli
circulars, price lists and terms; secure 5 our terri
tory at once. The Plnless Clothes Line Co., No.
S7 flennon SL. Worcester, Mass.
SALESMEN wantcd-First-class one Jin each
O Pittsbnrg. Allegheny. East Liberty. Birming
ham and all towns surrounding, to 6ell the Bald
win Vacuum Boiler Tube Cleaner and Regnn's
Water Circulating and Shaklug Grate; must be
hustlers, with good rercrencei. and have some
knowledfi-c of sicam: some of our salesmen arc
making as high as $150 per month: this Is the best
opportunity offered In a good w hile for Al men to
make money. Answer until Saturday, Vacuum,
SALE-MEN (side line) -To sell stores Wlegand's
lramc hanger for pictures, crayons, mirrors,
signs, etc: no picture hangs perfectly without It.
legand Frame Hanger Co., 1222 Penu av
SOLICITORS For -city and adjacent towns; .10-.
cral commission, Geo. E. shippey, 52 ttli av.
STONECUTTERS-10. Apply Michael Hawkins.
Forty-third and Butler sts., or Sewlckley, Pa.
TINNER One good tinner: steady worn to right
party. Apply at 5001 l'ennav., E. E.
TINNERS Two. C. Seybold 4 Sons, ew Ken
sington. "70UNG man as stenographer, who operates
X Remington machine: state salary expected,
experience. If any. and address in own handwrit
ing, K. T., Dispatch ufilce.
YOUNUMEN Two bright young mcntoleam
telegraphy: positions guaranteed. Call be
tween 9 aud 4. Room 6, 21 Federal St., Allegheny
rOUNG BOY To tate charge of poolroom on
,,.. llumutkuii,Kirau nftes i UISU1UIIU Bl.
YOUNG MAJi For the stage; state age. Ad
dress It. A., lllsnatrh nffiri.
AGENTS-Live hustling agents to handle the
beymour attachment for open grates; by Its
aif an open grate can be converted Into a perfect
base heater in live minutes : radiates all even hea t;
saves one-quarterfuel; hldfs all dirt: thoroughly
controls the draught of the grate and makes It ab
solutely safe: to the proper parties a permanent
and lucrative "business can be worked up and ex
clusive territory will be given. Address with ex
perience. Sevmour Attachment Co., GO Olive st.,
AGENTS-Gennlne butter made less than 7 cents;
per pound by using standard butter com
fiound; can be made in six or seven minutes; no
ard or swine: strictly pure; one box makes 50
Sounds; on receipt of price will he sent to any ad
ress. J. D. Leonard. 11 Crelghton, St., Cleve
AGENTS Forevery town and city in Western
Pennsylvania to sell the renowned coal saver
Koalspar; big profits and ready seller. For all In
formation address B. Goldstein, 26S Franklin St.,
Allegheny, Pa. '
AGENT-To handle a line of steam specialties in
this city: should have experience. Address
General Western Agency, Box 1ST, Cleveland. O.
A GENTS-$3 to $7 dallv; experience unnecessary.
Putnam & Co., perfumers. West Wlnsted. Ct.
Female Help Wanted.
(1O0K (female)-At 447 Beaver ave., Hotel Kline:
J good wages to right party.
COOKS-Housework girls: chambeimalds, situa
tions free. Elite, 442 Penn ave.
GIRL-Colorcd girl orwoman; good cook, washer
and ironer; no other need apply; reference re
quired. Applv between 10 aud 12 o'clock Wcdnes-
day morning, 'Room 517. Ferguson bldg., 121 Third
IIRL for down stairs work: one for upstairs
work; good wi
Locust st., Allegheny.
work; good wages; steady situation. 172
GIRLS Tor housework and cooks. Mrs. Ward's,
139 Washington st., city.
IRL-Dlnlng room glrL. Apply at restaurant
UU AliiltU Otit ..
LADY STENOGRAPHER and typewriter for
office work; one who can assist on books pre
ferred: give references and salary expected. Ad
dress M. D Dispatch office.
LADY BOOKKEEPER Who can attend to gen
eral office work and use Smith premier type
writer; must be correct aud furnish good reference.
J. W., lJlspatch office,
LADY stenographer and typewriter for office
work; one who can asMst on books: give age.
reference and salary expected. Address Book,
LAD1ES Good salary guaranteed to ladles will
ing to do writing for me at their homes. Ad
dress me in own handwriting, with stamped en
velope. Miss Edna L. Smythe. South Bend. Ind.,
proprietor of the famous Gloria Water for the com
plexion, LADIES to do rancr work at their homes or to
act as agents, ('all and see work or address J.
M. Lemar & Co . 90 Fourth av.
STENOGRAPHERS-At onee. ten bright lady
stenographers at Private Shorthand institute.
3:5 SmilhOeld st.. able to write 75 to 80 wonls aud
wiling to take month or six weeks' dictation with
guarantee or position then; only bright, intelli
gent applicants considered. Call to-day Tor par
ticulars. Male and Female Help Wanted.
ACTORS-Good amateur black face, Irish and
Dutch comedians, song and dance ladles, etc
Address C. U. Lennox,, ISO Koblusou st.. Allegheny
HELP A butler. $10 per month: man cook,
colored huller, $25 per month; farm hands,
colored boys, woman cook, $40 per month; hotel
and restaurant cooks, dishwashers, dining room
5 Iris, chambermaids, washerwoman, laundress,
amlly cooks, waitress, nurse, house girls, colored
girls. Germans. Swedes, colored cook, $5 per
week. Median's Agency, 515 Grant st.
HELP Experienced child's nurse: laundress, $3;
family cooks, wages $4 to $4; chambermaids,
dining-room girls, house girls, German girls,
middle-aged colored nurse, hotel help, second
cook. $5; colored girls, butlers, drivers, farm
hands, white and colored waiters. MlssDolan,
successor to Mrs. Thompson, COS Grant st.
HELP Married dairyman, milk wagon driver,
heaters, puddlcrs, rougher?, catchers, farm
hands, laborers, bar porters, dining room girls,
$4 nurses, house girls, colared girls, hotel and 1am
llj help. Walker's, 6 Sixth street, second floor.
EXPERT accountant seeks evening employment:
books posted, audited, balanced, L,, 4 Car
lisle place. Fifth av.
PO ITION Bricklayer wants steady employ
ment: understands plans, firebrick work,
boiler and engine foundations, and general good
workman; go anywhere. Mac, Box 202. Wllklns
rOSITlON Typewriter, assistant bookkeeper,
or general office work, by young lady: ex
perienced and correct worker: moderate salary:
reference. Address Thorough Work, Dispatch
POSITION As porter or other kind of work In
store by man of 17; speaks German, French
and English: can bring best or references. Address
A. Krclscl. 18 Grcnn st., Allegheny.
POSITION in a first-class house of business by
designer and fitter. For further particulars
address A., Dispatch office.
POSITION By lady; first-class accompanist In
orchestra. Address Box 333, Mansfield Valley,
SITUATION By Al salesman, traveling. local or
something requiring business ability, with
chance for ambitious worker; 20 years' career In
traveling and responsible positions: best references;
good reasons for changing. Address Strictly Busi
ness Dispatch office.
SITUATION Young man wishes to enter a
broker'6 office to learn the business. Address
T. L., Dispatch office.
SITUATION A practical all around printer
wishes a steady sit. Address H. Box, Dispatch
Hotel, Dining and Lunch Booms,
COZIEST dining, lunch and Ice cream rooms In
the city, Kevau's. 008 Penn av. Business
men's dlnner.d' hotc; ladles' noon lunch, en'carte.
HOTEL .MORRIS, al ave, and Cherry alley, rear
of postofflce Rooms, 50, 75 cents; meals, 25
OTF.L FFDERAL. 171 Federal St.. Allegheny.
SIM), fZday; special rates when permanent.
TIT ANTED At once by a oung ladv a room in
II Pittsburg, within walking distance of post
office. Address X., Dispatch office.
WANTED Room and boird in private family
In Allegheny; best references. Address J
Boarders and Lol;ers Wanted.
FIFTH AVE., 620-Gentlemcn for front furnished
BOOKKEEPING, penmanship and business
mathematics taught bv the leson at my
eeniug classes: students Just as successfully in
structed by mall; tuition payable by the single
lesson: voucher system a speelaUv: satl fiction
guaranteed: send stamp for circular. Walton
Voolsey, Public Auditor and Accountant, 86
PRIVATE hCHOOL-Puplls to enter private
shorthand class beginning Tuesday. No em her
1: davand evening sessions: arrange now. Private
Shorthand Institute, 315emlthfieldst.
PUPILS Right away A few pupils to learn
shorthand and typewriting at the Actual
Business College; night school. No. 5 -lxth ave
nue: rates very reasonable; day and night: schools
open the entire vrar: write for catalogue.
"70UNG and middle-aged men and women to
X learu bookkeeping, penmanship, arithmetic,
German, spelling, shorthand, typewriting, etc.,
at the Actual Business College, No. 5 Sixth avenue,
dav and evening schools open the entire year:
private Instruction and brief and original methods
our specialties: bookkeeping taught hy actual busi
ness practice; write ror tree pictorial catalogue.
Business Opportunities Wanted.
I HAVE several purchasers for hotels and sa
loons: lhoe wishing to sell will communicate
w ith me at once. George W. Ache, 127 Fourth av.
WANTED iryou are seekinga business oppor
tunity in any line or uuliies wrllofbrour
bulletin, inclosing stamp. Western Business
Agency, Minneapolis. Minn.
PARTNER By a gentleman with fine office In
nank building aud large experience In forming
joint stock companies, an active man with large
acquaintance with capitalists In I'lttsburg and
vlclnltv. as partner; plenty of business In sight;
references exchanged. Address Promoter, Dis
Fire Insurance Wanted,
ENSWANGEB A ZAUN Fir. Jnsuranc CO
JOHN K. EWING & CO.. 107 Federal St., make
O quick loans: money reaay.
MONEY to loan on real estate security In any
sums desired: lowest rates of Interest: quick
and economical service. Piper A Clark, 131 Fourth
ON EY at 5 per cent. We have $50. 000 to loan.
tjuup. Aiies tiros. & 1.0., im rourm ar.
MORTGAGES wanted, 5 per cent.
Want 4 mortgages Sio.OOO.
Want 2 mortgages $100.(W. I
Want 1 mortgage faxi.UW.
Hammer. Rea & Co.,
06 Diamond st.
rpo LOAN $20.00o on mortgages: $100 nnd up
JL ward at 6 per cent; $50n,oou at H per cent on
residence or business property, vacant lots or
linns, s. II. French.. 12j I' ourtli av.
WANTED I 'o von wantmoneyr If so call on
Snyder A tfhlte. 162 Fourth av. : prompt
service; tow rates. '
WANTED-Mortgages on Improved city or Alle
gheny city property. Mcuune & Coulter, 08
Fourth av, . N
I7LECT2IC Mrg. and SupplyCo.,310BIssellblock,
Zj Pgh., 64FederaL,Allegh'y: Incandescent and
bell wiring; electrical repairing a specialty;
EVERYBODY to know fnat Wyland sells the
celebrated Tanger brand of oysters: 30c quart,
$1 per gallon, Allegheny market, stand 72.
AIN 1 IN i and riate Glass glazing. U.C MUkr,
nr. Grant st.. Pittsburg.
PHYSICIAN To buy my drugstore: will reduo
stock to suit purchaser and Introduce to a good
country practice Address, Dr. Taylor, Rockland,
rpO mechanical and electrical Inventors Practical
JL working drawings made and technical assist
ance given: labor-saving devices and special ma
chinery designed to drder for a nxed sum. Address
Electric, 112 Wood sl .
fl'RrjNKS Hauled loandrromthe least End for
JL arty cents. Campbell & Davis, No. 12 Seventh
ar. Telephone 278.
USE Jones' Bedbug Paralvxer-Joaej' Magi
Roach Powder: roaches banished by contract
satisfaction riven or no pay. 222 Federal St.. Alia
gheny. Soldby all flrst-class druggists.
WANTED All business men to know that the
Office Specialty 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
TIANTED-Evcrvone wno wants the finest and
IT cheapest wall paper In America to send for
samples; sent free to any address. G. G. O'Brien,
Paint and Wall Paper Store. 2S2 Fifth av.
"rtTANTED-A good tenant for new house (fln
?T Ishedta-dayj or four rooms; rent only $11
and water rent. Inquire end Cornet St., .near
Forbes, orD. W, Jones, 60 Fourth a v.
ANTED-A Bccond-hand typewriter's desk;
quick; give price lor casn. r.v. uox ki
OOD and pnoto engraving: nali tones; electro
typing. Bragdoti. 78 Fourth av.
Horses, Vehicles, Live Stock For Sale.
DELIVERY wagons-Delivery wagons all style"
our own make. Wm. Beckert, 8W to Ohio
St., Allegheny, 'telephone 3iX.
)ONY, side-bar top buggy and harness, $65. 58
TTXAGONS Cheap, 2 light top wagons and har-
V ncss, almost new. Bobt. W. Hare, 634 Penn
Machinery and Metals For Sale.
BRYANT and Acme automatic englaes and boil
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 Ulrlcu, 316 Liberty St., Pitts
ENGINES and boilers or every description: brick
yard supplies; contractors' and rolilngmlll ma
chinery. Thomas Carlln's Sons, Lacock and San
dusky sts., Allegheny. ,
FOR SALE-1 chief brick machine either for
steam or horse power: capacity, 20,000 per day;
1-10 ft. pug mill and 1-I0lt. pan; the above ma
chinery has been in use only a short time and Is In
fond running order, and If sold quick will takeone
lalf their oiiglnal cost. Call or address Irwin Bed
Brick Co., Irwin. Pa.
PRESS We have for sale one of Rankin Mfg.
Co. large hand aim power press for laid capa
city for hoop 45 to 50 gal. G. AT. Rleseck, Six
teenth st., city.
Rubber Stamps and Stencils For Sale.
GETyour rubber stamps, steel stamps, stencils,
seal presses, brass checks, etc. from Sheaffer
4 Co.. 49Fltthav.. Duff's College building.
STENCILS, steel stamps.
Seal presses, rubber stamps, etc
W. A. Buntlne. 20 Firth av.. cor. Market.
Miscellaneous For Sale.
BUILDING material for sale Bids will be re
ceived until November 15 for the lumber and
material in Armour & Co.'s Wilklusburg lcelng
station and trestle, to be removed by May 1, 18M;
building may be seen at any time Armour & Co.,
DIAMONDS, watches. Jewelry, silverware,
cloccs. etc.; $5 to $10 per month. Jno,
Mltsch, 130 Federal St., Allegheny.
TXR SALE Entire funiltnre house. 4n Fourth
JP av.. fourth floor, this Wednesday, 10 A.M.;
house will be open 8 A. Jt. Henry Auction Co.
J ASH 200 hotbed sash In good condition. Call at
J 4316 Ellsworth ar.. near Neville st.
Business Opportunities For Sale.
A FIRST-CLASS dressmaking establishment. For
further particulars address X. Y. Z., Dispatch
BAKERY, confectionery and catering Dqslness;
one of the finest in the two cities: a rare chance
for the right party; grocery store $350 to 8.0.0:
shoe stores, cigar stores, restaurants, hotels, Per
clval & Gaston. 430 Grant st.
BUslN ESS-Only $215 or more will establish
pleasant, paving business, abroad or at home;
no risk. 40 Montgomery avenue, Allegheny.
FOR SALE--Onc-half interest at cost in an estab
lished retail coal business In Lawrencevlllc:
plenty of orders: satisfactory reasons given for
selling. Particulars of Thus. McCaffrey. 3509 But
LICENSED HOTEL-Long lease, low rent;
greatest money maker in the city: must be
sold thts week; come quick. Geo, W, Ache, 127
ILK ROU1 E (Go gallon) on Southslde. Address
jv. Pi., AJispaicu omce.
SALOON One or thefinest saloons In Canton, O. :
central location, opposite the Court House,
For particulars, address S. W 6 W, Tuscarawas
St., Canton, O.
SALOON and boarding house ror sale In good
location, with stock, fixtures and furniture.
Apply to Wm. Bi.llngham. opposite Valley depot.
SALOON Cheap, a cosy llftle saloon In McCon
vllle Hotel block. Steubcnvillc. O. Address
Saloon, corner Court and Market, bteubenvlllc
TXTHOLESALE liquor business in one or the
IT largest cities In Eastern Ohio, ou account or
the sickness of the proprietor. For particulars in
quire or A. Ncwbauscn, S West Carson St., South
Business Properties For Sale.
170R SALE-On Fifth ay., an elegant bnslness
1 site. Nos. 45 and 347. lot 894 feet to alley,
with two three-storybuildlngs. N 0.355 having nine
rooms and large storeroom, with two-story brick
in rear having five rooms; No. 3I7 has 15 rooms and
large storeroom: good cellar under each: best of
sewerage: gas aud water in each house: this prop
erty wilt be sold nt a bargain. For further particu
lars call on or address John F. Ferguson & Co.,
No. 1412 Carson st . S. S.
FOR SALE LOTS.
IOTS in the Dean Tark plan. Twenty-first ward,
J and Norton plan. Thirty-second ward, Pitts
burg: prices low and terms easy: mortgages want
ed. McCune A Coulter, 93 Fourth av.
LOTS on Blurt and Vlckrny sts., near college.
Robert Coward. zO Bluff St.
MT. WASHINGTON LOTS-2C0 fret on Grand
view av.. adjoining property of Dr. Ssdler:
will sell at a bargain If sold soon. A. D. Wilson.
E5 Federal st.
rpniBTY-SECONDWARD. city, within lOmln
JL utes' walk of Mimongahela Incline: very
cheap lots and on easy terms. McCune A Coulter,
98 Fourth av.
East End Lots For Sale.
C1ENTERAV. lots, 4SX175. only $2. 0CO each: street
Improvements and sewers paid for: choice lo
cation: flrst-class ImproTementsi'Oiia main thor
oughfare; a limited number only offered at this
Srlce: terms to suit. fcteM. P. How ley A son, HI
"L'OR S ALE-Only $25 per foot front for 425 feet: 2
X minutes from cable cars In the heart of East
Liberty: just put on the market: doa't miss this.
Kellyi Rogers, i216 Penn av.. E, E.
I 70R SALE 4a acres only 2 squares from cable
: cars In East Liberty; price low; call early If
ou want a good thing. Kcllv & Rogers. 0210 Penn
av., E. E.
SCHENL Y PARK lots 50x150. or greater front
age If desired, on Woodland avenue, between
Forbes avenue aud bcheuley Park; beautifully sit
uated: on Squirrel Hill Street Railroad, also within
short distance of cable and Duquense lines; as
phaltum pavement and all other Improvements:
cheap: easy terms. Apply 5100 Forbes or 20 Firth
avenue, Frank F. Mcola.
Allegheny Lots For Sale.
FOR SALE 10 acres adjoining Dunuesne Park.
10th ward, Allegheny City: will cut up well
Into building lots. A. J. Penteco-t. 413 Grant st.
LOT on Bucna Vista St.. between North and Tay
lor avs.. Allegheny: will be sold low. Mc
Cune & Coulter, 98 Fourth av.
LOT on California av., 47x100 feet: elegant loca
tion. A. D. Wilson, 55 Federal st., Allegheny.
Suburban Lots for Sale.
GROUND To Investors 60 acres or ground near
railroad and electric car lines; will subdivide
so that every root can be utilized; can bo bought
very low. McCune A Coulter, 93 Fourth av.
YERY CHEAP LOTS on South and Franklin sts.,
llklnsburg, near P. R. B, station and on
line or Duquesne Electric Railway. McCune &
Coulter, 98 y ourth av.
Farms For Sale.
T7ARMS All sizes, various prices: many near the
oppo. P. O.
city : send ror list. Lamb A Dixon. 127 4th av.,
FOR SALE A farm or 80 acres in srood location,
three miles rroin town: a good rrult farm of
all kinds and would make a good dairy rarin: a
good house and outbuildings: will sell cheap on
account of having no one to work them; price
$1,600: also a small fruit farm of 20 acris: price
$jC0. F. Swatman, Chlllicuthe, O.
I TOR SALK Or exchange, a good farm of about
IS) acres, clcse to railroad station, convenient
to the city: dwelling, outbuildings. 2 orchards,
plenty of water and In a good natural gas district:
great bargain: to close an account. Jas. W, Drape
Co.. 313 Wood St.. Pittsburg.
$5,000 foundry nnd machine shop in country town.
$5,000 farm, Westmorland Co., well Improved:
$05 per foot business property in Wllklnsburg.
$1,650 house, 4 rooms, lot 33x115 feet, Wllklns
burg. $4,300 house, 7 rooms, all modern improvements;
easy terms. F. B. Tomb & Co., Franklin St.,
FOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE
BLUFF ST.,- near college New brick house. 8
rooms, hall, bathroom, inside and outside w.
c: all late Improvements! terms to suit, Bobt,
Coward, 20 Bluff st.
FOB SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE
DWELLING-A splendid 9-roomed brick dwel
ling, built only four years ago. with hall,
vestibule, water, gas. good stone foundation, dry
cellar, etc ; this piace Is of good appearance and in
good nelghoorhood: llth ward, b. tween Wylle and
Webster avs. ; price $3,700. W. C. Berlnger A Co.,
156 Fourth av.
DWELLING A cheap comfortable home In a
two-story brick dwelling or 4 lsrge rooms;
finished attic, hall, splendid cellar, and In fact
everything necessary to make a very desirable
Utile place: lot 20x60 feet; price $2,650; terms one
half cash, balance to suit. W. C. Bcringer & Co..
FOR SALE At your own price. 5-room bouse,
near Stanton av Lawrenccvllle. B. J. Will
lams, 143 Fourth av.
HOUSE Wylle avenue, between Somers and
Dnff streets, nice little brick bouse of five
rooms: finished attic water, natural and artificial
fras, good stone foundation, splendid cellar, etc.;
ot 16x90 feet to private alley: price only a,GJ0. W.
C. Berlnger ft Co.. 156 Fourth av.
HOUSE-Devllllers street, south or Center
avenue, ntne-roomed brick house, now rent
ing for $27 per month, with elegant lot 50x100 feet to
20 foot alley; price $3,0x0. . C. Berlnger A Co.,
156 Fourth av.
NOW. your opportunity to get a cheap home: a
89. 000 property for $6,500; on easy terms, almost
new: well and substantially built and in a good
locality, near Duquesne electric line; contains 9
rooms, balls, bath, laundry, pantrv, front and rear
porches, fine level sewered lot 50x100; come and
investigate this, as we cau prove our assertion.
John D. Banks, SI Fourtli ave.
SOUTHSIDE In a fine locality. 2-story brick
dwelling or 8 rooms, 2 bathrooms, halls and
vestibule, inside shutters, good cemented cellar,
laundry, both gares, etc. ; lot 24x120.
John F. Ferguson & Co..
141. Carson st.
0JJ"! OSOrrettlest home In theclty for the money;
1PA new house. 5 rooms, halt, vestibule, city
water, porches, etc.: good neighborhood; Mt,
Washington. If. J. Williams, 1434th ave.
East End Residences For .Sale.
T? AST END 2 houses and lots; rare Investment:
JCi rents $75 00 a month; bricks, mansard roof. 8
rooms, small room, bath, w.c, furnace, vestibule,
hall, cellar, all In prime order: 2 n'ce lots; space in
front and side or each house: alley in the rear; most
convenient location In the East End. Jas. W.
Drape & Co.. 313 V ood street. Pittsburg.
EAST END An excellent brick dwelling In de
sirable location ; fl rooms, sewing room. bath,
natural gas. pantries and other modern appliances;
flue lot: front, side and rear entrance: "possession
at once. Jas. W. Drape & Co., 313 Wood St.,
I70REES A V., near Morewood av. , and convenient
: toSchenley Park, tne finest residence location
in the city : an elegant brick dwelling of 11 rooms
and reception hail, bath, with every convenience,
bay windows, slate mantels, tile hearths, natural
gas. electric bells. Sliding doors, etc: laundry
with stationary tubs, front and rear porches, ce
ment walks 2-story frame stable, with cosch
man's quarters, cow stable, etc. ; lot 8x180 leet:
only $15,500. See Reed B. Coyle Co., cor. Fourtli
av. and Grant st.
CPI COO Ou Larimer av.. Just across new
sDtfcj bridge. Twent -first ward, a No. I new
frame dwelling, front and rear porches, 6 rooms,
bath and finished attic 2 slate mantels: will sell
house and lot. 24x100.' for $3,600. at terms to suit
purchaser: street cars will pass the door In the
spring: buy now before price is raised: possession'
at once. See Thos. McCaffrey. 25C9 Hutler st.
ffljOnn eash. balance like rent, for a neat, at
tiDOUU tractive, new frame dwelling of six
rooms aud finished attic: balh, hot and cold water.
Inside w. c. laundry, slate mantels, marble top
washstaud. Inside shutters, front porch, etc; side,
entrance: sltnated near Wtnebiddlc av. ; price only
$3,300. Samuel W. Black & Co., 93 Fourth av.
Allegheny Residences For Sale.
ALLEGHENY-North Canal st.-The large brick
dwelling and spacious lot of tne late L. ti alter.
Sr., deceased; all in prime order throughout;
would exchange in part for a smaller dwelling.
Jas. W. Drape & Co., 313 Wood St., Pittsburg.
OR SALE-By A. D. Wilson. 55 Federal St.,
Fine residence property in Allegheny.
On North av.
On Beech st.
On Lincoln av.
On Sheffield s:.
Ou Franklin St.
On ( hartlers St.
On BUI well st.
On Fremont St.
On Arch st.
On Washington st.
On Locust st.
On Cabinet st.
On Sandusky st.
If you want a home or Investment in real estate
call and see us.
I70R SALE $5.5C0. new house 11 rooms recep
tion hall, bath, laundry, all very desirably
finished and arranged: lot 3JX120 rt.: this property
is certainly very cheap: in Rankin Place. Mt,
Oliver. See W. A. Herron & Sons, 80 Fourth av.
T70H SALE-A bargain on Sheffield st . Alle.
a- gnenytcau anasec 1
55 Federal St.. Allegheny.
gheny: call and sec about it. A. D.Wilson,
NO. 115 PAGE ST.. Allegheny: brick house, 2
stories and mansard; lus8 rooms, lauudry,
batn. range. 2 w. c. 3 ard front and rear, back
and front stairs: lot 20x100 feet to an alhn ; look at
It. A. D. Wilson. 55 Federal sr., Allegheny.
ON SANDUSKY ST., near the parts; brick
dwelling. 2 stories anil mansard; contains 10
rooms: lotiOK feet front; price $15,500. A. D. Wil
son, 55 Federal St., Allegheny.
SHERMAN AV.. No. b Allegheny-The wcll
bullt, every convenience brick house. 9 rooms,
and reaf frame house of 4 rooms, on lot 20x110 feet:
a bargain to quick purchaser. Fidelity Title it
Trust o., 121 aim 12:1 i ourth av.
Suburban. Residences For Sale.
IAHGE residence property near depot. Bharps
j burg: well adapted lor hotel purpose. A.
Bauck. 441 Grant St.
1OUND 'the only retialne irec h.uul portrait
artists In cravon and water colors": finest
grades only; all work done In windows In presence
of the public; order now aud pav for Christmas:
stores open until 9 P. M. : satisfaction guaranteed
or no charge. Jos. P. Cowan. Prop. Union Ar
tists' Portrait Co.. first floors 708 Liberty st.. 607
Wood St.: Branch 2! Ohio St.; we employ no
agents. Telephone 2172.
LOST An old-fashioned gold seal or charm: the
finder will 'je rewarded hv returning to office
Marvin Biscuit Works. Liberty st.
LOST Skye terrier, collar and hell: answers to
the name of Judy. Liberal rcn ard If returned
to Mrs. Wallace, co'r, Prostccl and Bangor sts.,
Proposals aro solicited for Immediate con
struction of about 2,300 feet of Township
road, in Plum Township, nt Lounn's Ferry
Station, A. V. Railway. Plans nnd specifica
tions supplied on application to
Resident Engineer, A. V. R'y Co.,
General Offices, Pittsburg.
PROPOSALS FOR BOROUGH ENGINEER
Sealed proposals will be received
till NOVEMBER 12 at 0 v. M. for lioimrall
the work necessary to be done by a bor
ough engineer in and for Turtle Green Dor
onali; ptoponls ivill state r.ito per (lav of
field nnd office wrjrlc and lie indorsed "Pro
posiils lor ISoroiifrli Engineer," and inniloil
to W. Jay Smith, Tu-tle Creek, Pa. For
further information apply to W. J. Smith,
P. G. Zishkan or W. L. Hunter. M. D., in
the borough. Council reserve tlio riht to
reject any or all bids. W. JAY SMITH,
of Stieet Committee.
SALE OF LAND BY THE. UNITED
States at l'lttsburs, Pa Be it enacted
by the Sennte and Ilonso of Representatives
of tlio United States of America In Congress
assembled. That the Secietary of War.bo,
and hereby Is, authorized and directed to
sell and convey to the purchaser or pur
chasers all the right, title and intetoit of
the United States in and to all that certain
parcel of gi ound, belonging to the United
States, situate in the city otPittsbuig, Penn
sylvania, at the northwest corner of Penn
svreiiuound Garrison allcv. Fourth ward of
said city, fronting 100 teet on west side of
Penn avenue and extending nurthwanlly
aiong the west Hue of Garrison alloy, pre
serving the samo width, to lon-wHtrrlineof
the Alleghony river, subject, however, to
such public ensottients as exists thereon
and thereover. Depot Quartermaster's Ot
lice, Washington. D. C, October 12, 1S".
Under the provisions ot thenbovi- quoted
actorCongtoss, appiovcil May 21.1890, mid
bv direction ot the Sect etnry of War, i will
offer for sale at public miction at the Cham
ber of Commeice mom, Gerinanm Bank
building, corner of Wood and Diamond
streets, in the city of Pittsbnnr. Pa., on
WEDNESDAY, the 16th day of November,
1892, at 11 o'clock a. m., for cash, the property
described in Mild act, together with such
Improvements thcicon as uolon' to the
United Slates, subject 10 tlio conditions ietjj
lortu in emu act, unu suujcct nisiiiiniiio
terms and conditions named in the printed
circular of this (Into, copies of which will be
furnished 011 application to the undersigned
or to the Actinu As-dstnnt Quartermaster at
Allegheny Arsenal, where also u pint of tho
ground can be seen. The right 'is reserved
to reject any or ill bids, or to accept any
bid or bids subject to the conditions pie
scilbedln th circulnr referred tn. A-de-posit
or $10,000, by certified check, on ac
count of the purchase will he required of
the successful bidder at the time 01 sale-, in
default of which the property will then nnd
there be rcoflered for sale. Payment of tne
remainder of the purchase money must be
made upon delivery ot duly executed deed
ordeedsfor thoptoperty purchased, or the
property may bo resold, without further
notice, at the risk and cost of the defaulting
purchaser. The cost of all conveyancing
will te borne by the purchaser. GEO. IT.
WEEKS, Depnty Qnartennaster General, U.
S. A. JOHN D. "AILEY. Auctioneer, Cham
ber of Commeroe Boom, GormanUt Bank:
Building, Pittsburg-, Pa,
Sales 01 real estate, merchandise at stores,
household goods at residences (Jewelry sales
for the trade only) promptly attended to.
Office, 53 ElsnerbuiIdlng.cor.5th.and Woodst.
howe ajntd College.
TWO CORNER .LOTS,
50x120 nnd 119x148 respectively. These are
two of the ohoice.tt resldonco spots In tho
entiroEast End. Will sell at a reasonable
price and on easy torms to the rl'jlit kind of
purchaser. Nothing but "brick or stone
nouses aiioweu. uuiicii' liiius.,
71 Diamond at.
"SHE .OUR BEIT."
"BUT AHOME WITHTHERENT
The United Secnrlty Life Insurance
and Trust Co. will, advance three
fourths (K) the valuo of such prop
erty as you may desire to build orbuy.
Policies for terms ors, 10, 13 orSOyears.
"Payments same as Rent." "Deed
may bo in wife's name, husband in
suring." In case of death the policy
protects, and the Home is "Free aud
Clear." Call or send for circular.
MORRIS & FLEMING, Agents,
NO. 62 FOURTH AVE.
You Can Live Under Yonr Own
VINE AND FIG TREE
Just think, 2 acres of ground, good frame
house, fruit and shade trees on Squirrel
Hill for $8.5M).
You lost a bargain last week. Will you
JAMES 'M. WILKINSON,
421 WOOD ST.,
Chamber of Commerco floor.
Is Effect Jvsr 12, ish.
Trains will leavo Union Station, Plttsburr
as follows (Fastern Standard Timel:
MAIN JLTNE EASTWARD.
Pennsylvania Limited of Pullman Vestibule Cars
dally at 7 :15a. m.. arriving at Ilarrlshnr-atli-M
p. m.. Philadelphia 4:45 p. m.. iNeiv York 7i00
p. m Baltimore 4:40 p. m.. Washington 5:55 p.m.
Keystone Express dally at 1:3) a.m.. arriving at
Ilarrlsburg 8r25 a. m., Baltimore 11:15 a. m.,
Washington 12:20 p. ni Philadelphia 11:25 a. m..
New York 2:00 p. m.
Atlantic Kxpress dally at 8:30 a. m.. arriving at
Hatrlsburg 10:30a. m., Philadelphia 1:25 p. m..
New York 4:00 p. 111.
Harrisburg Accommodation risPy, except Sunday,
5:25 a. m.. arriving at Harrisburg 2:50 p. m.
Day repress dally at 8:00 a.m.. arrlrlnar at Ilar
rlsburg 3:20 p. m., Philadelphia 6:50 p.m.. New
York9:?p. m., Baltimore 6:45 p, in., Washing
ton 8:15 p. in.
Hall train Sunday enly. 8:40 a. m., arrives Harris
burg 7:00 D. m.. Philadelphia 10:55 p. m.
Mall isxpress dally 12:50 p. m arriving atHarrls
turi;i0:0op. in., connecting at Harrisburg for
Phlladelnhla Kxpress dally at 4:30 p.m., arriving
at liarrisburr 1 ;00 a. m.. Philadelphia 4:23 a. m
ana New York 7:10 a. in.
Eastern Express at 7:10 p. ra. dally, arriving Har
risburg 2:10 a. 111., Baltimore 6:20 a. ra.. Wash
lnEton 7:30 a. in.. Philadelphia 5:05 a. ra, and
Mew York7:iua. m.
Fast Line, dally at 8:10 p. m.. arriving at Harris
burg 3:30 a. m Philadelphia 6:50 t. m.. New
York 9:30 a. m Baltimore G:A) a.m.. Washing
ton 7:30a. in.
All through trains connect at Jersev city with
boats of "Brooklyn Annex" ror Brooklyn. N.Y.,
avoiding double lerriage and jouruev through New
Johnstjnn Accom.. exceit Sunday. SsV) p. m :
Gree isburg Accom.. Il:30.i in., week davs: 10:31
p. 111. buroiys. Oreensbuig Kxpress 5:15 p. m.,
except Scndajr. Derry Kxprcts 11:00 a.m., ex
Will Accom., 5:25, 6:05, 7:40. f:3 f:50, 8:40. 10:30,
i:txs. m., r.:i, i::w. i:j'. '.:., 3:43, l:uu, 4:iu
1:15, 1 .01, 6:45. 7:0. 3:(0, 11:20. 11:30 p. m.. 12: ill
night, except Monday. Sui. ay, a:40. 10.su a. m .
jz::a, i":sj -:w. :u, o:j; j:a, yzw, lu:3U p.m.
and 12:10 'light.
Wllklnsuurx Accom.. B:2S. BrfO. C:l. 6:43. 7:00.
7:25, 7:40, 6:11). :.T. 5:50. t:43. 10:30. ll:Ca 11:10 a.
m,. I2:0t. 11:13. 12:30, 12:50. 1:20, 1:30, 2:00, 2:30
2:15, 2:40. 4:M'. 4:10. 4:25. 4:25. 4:50. 5:00. 5:15. 6:30,
5:45, 6:00. C-..0. t:45. 7:25. 8:20. 9:00. S:4i 10:i),
11:00, 11:30 p. m. week-davs, and 12:10 night, ex
cept Monday. Sunday. 5:30. 8:40. 10:30 a. m
12:3. 12:50 1:30. 2.30, 4:30, 5:30, 7:20, "J:00l 9:30.
10:30 p.m. t 'tin s 1Kb . .
Braddock Accom.. 5:25.6:00. 6:15.6:45, 7.00, i:25,
7:40, 8:00, 8:10, 8:35. 8:50. 0:40. 10:30. 11:00. 11:10.
a. m.. 12:01, 12:15, 12:30, 12:50. 1:20.. 1:?A 2:00, 2:30,
,2:15, 3:40, 4:00, 4110, 4:2. 4:30, 4:35. 4:50. 5:00, 5:1
6P. 5:45. 6:C0. 6:20, 6:45, 7:23. 8:3). 'rtO. 8:45. 10r20
11.00. 11:30 p. m. week-davs, and 12:10 nlcht, ex
cept Monday. Sunday. 5:30, 8:00, 8:40, 10:30 a.m..
12:25. 12:50, 1:30. 2:30. 4:30, 5:30. 7:20, 8:00. S:J0.
10:30 p. in.. 12:10 night.
SOTJTnWEST PESX KA1LWAY.
For Unlontown 5:25 aud 8:33 a. m., 1:20 and 4:23 p.
0" A-DAVTKRMVr2). Wl.
For sJononeahcla Cltr. West Brownsvllln anil
Unlontown. 10:41 a. m. For Monongahela Cltr
and West r.rowns tile. 7:35 and 10:40 a. m., ani
4:50p.m. On Sundav. S:55 a. ra. and 1:01p.m.
ForMonongahelaCltv onlr. 1:01 and 5:50 p. ro.
-neck-days. D'avoshurg Accom.. 6:00a.m. and
J:20 ". m. week. days. West Elizabeth Arcom.
8:35 a.m.. 4:15, 630. and 11:33 p. m. bandar,
9:40 p. m.
WEST PESXSYLTANIA DIVISION.
OX AND AFTER JTV. 2. 1S12.
FromFF.DEBAL bfltECT STATION. Allegheny
ForSnrlngdale. week-davs. 6:20. 8:45. 0:25. 10:10,
11:50a. m.. I:M. 2:25, 4:00. 5:00. 5:45. 6:10. 6:20.
8:10, 10:3Oandll:40p. ra. Snndars, 12:33 ando:30
For Butler, week-days, 6:2a 8:45, 10:40 a. m.. 3:li
and 0:10 p.m.
For Freeport, wcek-dav. 6:"5. s:t 0:40a. m..
:I"i. 4:(yi. 5:00. 8:10. 10:10 and 11:40 p. m. Sun-
rftrfl'inil D;3nn. in
Vnr Annltn treek.diri in-jn. m. and5:00p. m.
ForPaulton and Blalrsvlllc. week-davs. 6:a, m..
3:15 nnd 10:30 p.m.
XS" The Excelsior Baggage Express omnany
-r-lil call for and check baggage from hotels and
residences. Time cards and rull information caa
be obtained at the ticket offices No, 110 Firth ava
nne. comer Fourth avenue and Try street aacl
CHAS. E. PDGH. J. It. WOOD.
General manager. Gen'lt'ass'r Agent.
PrrrsBuno and lake ztue itArLBOAfl
Company. Schedule In effect Mar- 15, isn,
Centraltlme. Dxpakt ForCksve land. 3.00 a.m.,
1.55. 4.20. tl.45 p. m. For Cincinnati. Chicago and
bt. Louis. 1.65, 0.43 p. m. For Buffalo, S.COa. m.,
4.-.0, 3.45p. ra. For Salamanca. B.OOa. m.. '1.53,
0.45 p. in. For Yonngitown and New Castle, 6.00,
8.1)0. 11.30 a. m.. 1.55. ..1.30. -4.---0. 8.45 p. m. For
Bearer Falls, 6.00. 7.C0, '3.00. 11.3" a.m.. '1.55, a.30,
4.20. 5 20. 1(.4i p m. For Cturllers. 15 SO. 5.33,
6.00, W.ii. 7.00, 7.37. .H". "JS-O". 8..V. "J.W. 11.30
ill. 45 a. m.. 12.10. 1 00. 2.00. 3 SO, 4.05, 14.U '4.25.
j.IO. 5 20. '8.00. 13.45. 10 p. m.
AnniVE-Krom Cleveland. CiM a. ra., '12:10,
5:15. tlO p. m. From Cincinnati. Chlciyro and St.
i.ouls. '6:J0 a. m.. '12:30. 7:J0 p. m. From Buf
falo. :30 a. m.. 12130, 9:30 p. m. From Salamanca,
I30. lo:C0a m.. 7:. in. From Ttoungsto-vn.
and New Castle. '0:30. 7:-JS. ',0:00 a. m.. '12:30
5:15. "7:30. 8:-p. m. From Beaver ails, 3:20 '3-30
7:23. 'lO-Ota. m.. '12:30. 1:20. Z:jJ.r;it, Mp. m,
P.. C. 4. Y. trains for Jiaiisaeld. 7:37a. m.. 12:10,
4:csyp, m. ForLsplenand Beechmont, 7:37 a, in.,
4:05 p. m.
P.. CAY. trains from Mansfield. 7:31. 11:50a.
m., 2:37 p. rr. From Beechmont. 7:31, 11-50'a. ra,
P.gMcK. A Y. B. B, DuranT-For New Haves,
3:20a. m.. '3:00 p. ni. For West .Newton, 8:20 a,
a.. 3:X. 5:25 p. in.
Arbivx-From New Haven. 3:C0i. m., 47 p.
m. From West Newton, 6:35, 9r30 a. in., '4:07
For MeKeesport, Elizabeth, Monongahela City
and Belle Vernon, 6:40. 11 :05 a. re., 4:C0 p. m.
From Belle Vernon. Monongahela tlty. Eliza
beth and McKersnort. 7:40a m., 17:55, :05p,m,
Dally. Sundays only, H'o and from iitn
. iltjr T.cket Offlcr. CM Smithfld Streets
ALTIMUItE AND OHIO KAILKOAD
Schedule hi effect Sept. 3, 1802. .i-U;rn time
mr n nsiungion. v.
... iiaiuuiore, Liuia
delphln tnd New
York. 8 00 a in and
9 2U p in.
6 50. "S 00 a in, U 10,
0 20 pin.
6 50, '3 01. 30 a m.
Jl lu. 4 15, S3 00 and
2U )i 111.
J6S0, 'ori. U ' a m:
ti lu. t4 15 and V 00
For Mt. Pleasant,
;Bcoana;a roim:tl 10. ti liaiuijsoupin.
For Washington, Pa., '7 20 and P 30 a m. '4 CO.
J4 45, T 30 pm. ,
ror Wheeling. 7 20 and a SJ a m. M 00, ? 30.
For Cincinnati and St. Louis. 1 20 a m.
17 30 and 111 5- p m. For Clnclnhalirit 55 p m, Sat
ur lay only.
For Columbus, 1 20 a in. 17 30 and 111 &
For Newark. 7 20 am. 7S0and 11155pm.
ForChlcago. 7 20am and 7 :Onm.
'I rains arrive from New York; Philadelphia. Bal
timore and Wai.li'ui!lijn, 6 20 am. "?30nin. From
Colutnhiiii. Cincinnati and Chlcagu. S 50 a in. 45
Fi m. From Wheeling. S 50 and '10 45 a m. W 15,
f 55 and 40 pin.
Parlor and sleeping cars to Baltimore, Washing
ton, Cincinnati and Chlcigo.
Dally, tually except snnday. SSunday only.
ISsiurdsyonly. IDally except baturdar. ,
The Pittsburg Transfer Company will call for and
check baggage from hotels and residences upon
orders left at B. & O. ticket office, corner Fifth
avenue and Wood street, and 639 bmitbneM street.
. J. T. ODELL. CHA9. O. SCULL.
General Manager. Gen. Past. Agent.
ALLEGHENY VALL aT RAIL WAT CO
Taklne effect Juna 29. 1S92. trains wC
leave and arrive at Union station. Pittsbnrg. eas
cm, standard time: Buffalo express Leaves at 8:2a
a. m., taip. ra. (arriving at Buffalo at 5:45 p. m.
and 7:20 a. m.)i arrives a;7:05 a. m.. 6:15 p. m. 01)
City and Du Bob express-Leaves 6:00 1. m. . 820 a.
m.. 10 p. m.: arrives 1:00. 6:35, 10:20 p. m. In
lenton Leaves 3:45 p. m. ; arrives 10:10 a. m. Kit.
tanning Leaves 9:05 a. m.. 6:00 p. m. ; snivel 5.11
a. m.. 5:55 p. m. Braeburn Leaves 6:50 . tn..
12:05 p. m.. 5:30 p. m., 6:13 p. m.; arrives 8:(0i,
m., 8:05 a. m.. 1:13 p. m., 7:40 p. m. Valley Cam n
-Leaves 10:15 a.m.. 2:30. t-JO, llSO p. m.: arrlTe
6:40 a. m.. 12:30. 4:40. 11:10 p. m. Hnlton-LeaTca
7rf0p. m.: arrives 9:20 p. m. bnnday trains Bah
falo express Leaves 8:ffl a. m t-SO p. m. arrlrta
7rJ6 a. ra.. 6:35 p. to. Emlenton Leaves 9:00 a.m.s
arrives 8:15 p. m. Klttannlng Leaves 12:40 p. m..
arrives 10:15 p. m. Braeburn Leaves 9:60 p.m. t
arrives 7:10 p. m. Pullman parlor buffet car on
day trains and Pullman sleeping car on night trains
bet een Pittsburg and Buffalo. Ticket offices. No.
DO Fifth av. and Union station.
DAVID JICCAttGO, JAJIE3P.ANDEBSON.
Gtn'lSnpt. Gen, f ass.. Art.
ITTSBUKO AND WESTEr.N RAIL-WAT
Schedule In effect May 15. 1592 (Central time).
Depot cor Anderson st. and Kiver av.. Allegheny.
Depart'for Chicago. "2:00 p. m. Solid train wlta
Pullman sleeping car. For Kane. Bradford, T7:1U
a. m. For Clarion. t7:10 a. m., XtsWj). m. K01
Foxburg. Tiloa. m.. t2:C0, t4t25p.m. For Buffalo,
Erie, Meadvllle. 17:10 a. ra. For Greenville.
Trains arrive: From Kane. t8:45 n. m. : Clarion.
111:30 a. m.. 16:45 p. m.tFcxburg. 19:06, tit:30 a
m.. Mip. m.; Erie. t3:50p. m.: Greenville, Mm
"" '... VKJ H m ft (TBn .(( - .
t4:4Sp. m.jScw Cutle, t9.05. llifiSa. m.. 8
u.c . - "'Btl Mitt Urtta al
Bntfer. 17:00, W:05. tii&)a.n twi "l3
p. in. : trom CMexgo. Jl a.
rom .jurgn umon btauou.
Iraini un by Central lime.
Northwest System Fort Wayne Ront
DxrAT for Chiego,poinU intermediate and beyond:
lJ0a,m.,,7.10 ajn., li20 pan., 1.0O p.m i.45
p, m., 11 JO pjn. Ainirs liom same points : Ji03
a.m., 11.16 aja.. 6iXl ajn., 6V35 ajn., 5i5 p.m.,
a 45 p.m.
DxrAKT for Toledo, points intermediate and beyond:
lrom same points: 11.15 a.m., 6J3o a.m.. f6.4jp.rn.
DarAxr for Cleveland, points intenneihate and
beyond: 18.10 aim., 7J0 a.m., fi-30 p.m,
1103p.m. Arriite from same points: aSOa.m.,
tlA5 p.m., 5i5 p.m., 16.50 P.m.
DsrART for Martins Ferry, Bridgeport and Eellairer
ffi.10a.rn., 11.30 p.m.. t4 10 p.m. Ar.Rrva from sama
points : fOJjO a.m., fl5 p.m., fSiiO p.m.
DsrART for New Castle, ne, Youngstown, Ashta
bula, points intermediate and beyond: 17.20 a.m.,
il'lSO pja. Akxite from same points: fl.25 p.m..
Depart fcr New Castle, Jamestown, Yonngstown
and Niles, f3.43 p.m. Arrive from same points;
DsrART for Yonngstown, J1Z20 pjn. Arjcivx from
Youngstown, 6 45 p.m.
DaraXT for Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St.
Louis, points intermediate and beyond: 1.10 a.nu,
&30 a.m., 8.45 pjn., 11.15 p.m. Arrive- from sama
points: 220 a.m., G.OO a.m.. 5-'.0 p.m.
DsrART for Columbus, Chicago, points intermediate
andbeyond: 1.10a.m., fl2.t5p.m. Arrtve from
same points: 2J20 a.m., f 3.05 pjn.
Depart for Washington, f6 15 a. m., 18J33 l.nu,
fl.65p. m.,13.30p. m.,ti.45p.m.,140p.m. Arrive
from Washington, 16.55 a.m., 170 a.m., 18.50 a.m.,
flOS a.m.,fJ.S5p.m.,t6 25p.m.
DsrART lor wneeimg, 'B.AV a. m., 712. uo as,,
. p. m., p.iu p. m. arrive rrom nneemj,
45 a, m 13 05 p. m. 50p.m.
Pullman Sleeping Cars akh PtrLXKAH Dnnna
Cars run through. East and West, on principal trains
of both Systems.
Local. Sleeting Cars running to Columbus, Cin
cinnati, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Toledo and Chicago
are ready for occupancy at Pittsburgh Union Statxm
at 9 o'clock p. m.
. Time Tables of Through and Local Accommoda
tion Trains of ether systexi, not mentioned above, caa
be obtained at 110 Filth Avence and Union Station,
Pittsburgh, and at principal ticket offices of th Penn
syivaniaLmes West of Pittsburgh.
Dally. IZx. Snnday. tEx. Saturday. Vtt.KmiT.
JOHKPH WOOD, K. A. FORD.
Ctstrsl Kaaigsr Grxersl Isessstst irsrt.
WHITE STAR LINE.
For Qucenstown and Liverpool.
Hoyal and United States Mall steamers.
Teutonic, Nov.2. IpmiTentonicNov. 30. 2pm
BrltannlcNov.9.9:30 a in Britannic Dec. 7. 8 am
Majestic Nov. 16. 2pm MaiesticDecM.lSOpm
Gerji'c, Nov. 23. 8 amlGcrni.inlc Dec. 21. 7am
From White Star dock, foot of WestTenth street.
Second cabin on these steamers. Saloon rates.
fiOand nnward. Excursion tickets on ravorabli'1
term j. beroml cabin, sto and flj. SteeLage froii
or to the old country. ?2'i. . ' .
White 6tar dr.trts payable on demand inntria
Iirlnclpal banks tlirougnout Great Brllaln. Apply
n.IOUN J. MCCUiaiirK. 6J0 SmlthBelil street,
rittsburg. or H. MAITLAND KKIMEY. General
Agent, Broadway. N. Y. ocl4-d
Steamers teavn New York Every Saturday
For Glasgow via Londonderry.
Bates for Saloon Passage
Cabin. S-45 and upwards,
Second Cabin, S3). Steerage, 319.
Passengers booked at through rates fo or from any
city in Great Britain or on the Continent.
Dr.ifts n Lnnnnn Snlil nt Lnrvst Itntes,
Book of Information, tours and salting lists fur
nished 011 application to Agents.
HENDERSON BR01HERS. 7 Bowling Green. N.
Y., or J. J. SICCOKMICIC, CTDSmlthlleldst.. Pitts
burg. F. M. b'EMPLE. 110 Federal St.. Allegheny.
ROYAL MAIL SrEASISHU'!!.
GLASGOW to PHILADELPHIA
via DEltUY and GALWAY. Tne most dt
rect route from Scotland and North, and
Middfe of Ireland.
Interrnodiate, t30. Steerage, 81
STATE1 SERVICE OP
1 iiur? r AivivAK irrE
LINt. J STEAMSHIPS.
SEW YORK anil GLASGOW
via Londonderry every Fortnight.
Nov.10 State or NeDrnsk.i 9 A. JC
Nov. 21 State of California. 8 A. 3T.
Dec. 15 Statu of Nebraska. soo:r.
Cabin, $10. Second Cabin, $30. Steerage, 113.
Apply to J.J.McCOI'.MICK, 039 Smlthfleld st,
Get a Practical Business Education.
NO. 5 SIXTH AVEN UE.
Established 13 years. Day and night;
School open the entire year for young mea
and women. Students may begin at any
time. JJootekeeping, shorthand, type writ
ing and English departments. Bookkeeping
taught by actual business practice. Writo
for free pictorial eiualojr'io. M. J. CONNEU,
President, J. II. PniLLIPS, Dean of F.icnlty.
oc2 4-34-31 ws
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it will never chill iu tue coldest temperature
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From 1S73 to IS9i
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