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THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, " NOVEMBER ' 9, 1892.
FULLEST and BEST RETURNS from DISPATCH ADLETS
MEETINGS A2CD NOTICES.
Fidelity Tiixk xsd Trust CoMPAirr,
in asd la Fourth avenue.
Pittsuuro. Pa.. Nov. 2. 1S92.
rpHE ANNUAL MEETING Or THE STOCK-
1. HULD1.K3 OI me J-iaenry xme ana iniBi
Compunv will be held at its office on THURSDAY,
November 10. 1S92. atlo'clock. F. Jr.. for tbe pur
pose of receiving the annual report, holding the
election of fifteen directors to serve for the ensuing
year, and the transaction of such other business as
may properly come before the meeting.
C. B. MCVAY. Secretary.
VTOTICE TO MILL AND WATER FdWER
1 owners Parties Intending to build mills and
dams should address Thomas Green. Contractor,
1421 Harrison street. Wilmington. Del. ; 25 years'
experience In building mills and developing -water
lowers; best reference given.
70TICE-HAVING SOLD MY BUSINESS AT
IN Irvi In avenue and Jackson street, known as
the Keystone Steam Granite Marble and Slate
Works, to Mr. Joseph McKee, I take this method
of thanking my friends and Ihe public for the lib
eral patronage given me In the past and earnestly
request a continuance of their favors to mv suc
cessor, nho will retain the present corps of em
ployes and execute all orders promptly at most
reasonable prices. SAMUEL YOUNG.
Fidelity title and Trust Co., )
Hi and is Foubtii Ate. f
I7STATE OF W- C. LUsKlNE. DhCEASF.D
It Notice is hereDy given that leiiers lestamenta
rv on the estate or W. C. ErsMne have been
granted to the undersigned, to whom all persons
fudeblcd to said estate arc requested to make im
mediate pavment, and those hating claims against
the same should make them known without delay.
FIDELITY TITLE AXD TKlloT CO.,
"PUBLIC NOTICE IS 1IKREBY GIVEN THAT
J letters ol administration on the estate of Mary
Lauth. late of the borough of Knoxvlllc, Alle
gheny eountv. Pa., hac this day been granted to
the undersigned. All persons having claims
against the 6ald estate arc hireoy requested to
make known the same to me without delay and
all persons indebted to the estate will ucreqauxd
to make immediate pnvment.
JOSEPH DASCHBArH. JR..
No. Ill Sinlthfleld street,
October 4. 1S92. Pittsburg.
FIDELITY TITLE AND TRUST COMPANY.
Inland 113 Fourth ay.
TOSTATK OF O. P. F. J. AUGENSTE1N,
Xj deceased. Notice Is hereby git en ilm
letters of administration on the estate
of O. P. F. J. Augensteln have been
granted to the undersigned. Jo whom all
persona indebted to said estate are reouested
to make Immediate payment, and those having
claims against the same should make them known
without rtelat .
i 1DELITY TITLE AND TRUST COMPANY.
D. Q. EWING, Attorney.
FIDELITY TITLE AND TKUsT COMPANY,
llland 13 Fourth av.
I7STATE OF JOHN BALLANTINE, DE
j CEASED. Notice is hereby given tnat
letters testamentary on the estate of John
Ballantlne have been granted to the un
dersigned, to whom all persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims against the same
should make them known without dflay.
FIDELlrY TITLE AND TRUST COMPANY.
P. Q EWING. Attorney.
TO LET Very desirable brick house of 8 rooms,
modern fixtures, location very healthy and de
elrable. on Grandview av.. which is a very beauti
ful, wide and paved street: rent only 528 per
month. See W. A. Herron & Sons. 80 4tu av.
rpo LET 8-room dwelling near cable line: 7 min
X mes rrom postoffice: all modern conveniences:
rent $21 per month: immediate possession. C II.
Love, 93 Fourth av.
rpo LET !25 per month, good home, six rooms
X cor. Reed and Vine sts. (near Filth av). Send
for list. W. A. Ileiron & Sons, 80 Fourth av.
East End Residences To Let.
TO LET A very desirable seven-room dwelling
in one of the choicest spots in East Liberty;
low price to a good tenant: all conveniences. In
quire T. E. ilson, 75 Fraukstowu av.. K. E.
Allegheny Residences Xo Let,
TO LET John K. Ewlngi CO., 107 Federal St.,
headquarters lor Allegheny houses; free list.
Suburban Residences To Let.
TO LET Wilklnsburg Very desirable new frame
house of 7 rooms, modern fixtures. In excellent
locatlun: possession at once. Hoffman Jt Bald
rldge, Wllkin&burg, opposite depot. Telephone
TO LET Wilklnsburg New brick house of S
J rooms and finished attic: city water; new
electric lines and school: only 5:6 per month. Hoff
man & Balarldgc, Wilklnsburg. opposite depot.
Rooms To Let.
ESPLANADE ST.. 37. Allegheny-Pleasant front
room; Slu; gases: bath.
EGLEY AV.. Hi East End, above Fenn-Fur-nlshcd
front with board.
-ORTH AV . 8. Allegheny Furnished front
JL room; private family; both gases: low price.
ARK WAY. 103, Allegheny Boarders andmeal
ers, S3 50 week.
I)OOMS Nice dwelling apartments cheap. Filth
1 av., opposite St. Agnes1 Church, boho.
STOCKTON AV.. 18, Allegheny Xarge second
story front room; furnished.
Z tt- additional adieu unair A auted Boarders
Ilusines Stands To Let.
TO LET Room, with or without power: also,
storageioom, 6t kiln. capacily30,000ft ;wlU
lease kiln or cry lumber by contract. Head Boll
W orks. Grant and Boquet sts.. Allegheny. Apply
en premises or lo H. A. bpanglcr, 'iiiird National
'PO LET Spaie with power: eTery convenience;
JL corner Pennav. aud Third st. Mcola Bros.,
SC Filth a v.
TO LET Photograph gallery. Inquire
Thompson. Cbarlcroi, l'a.
of F. S.
Offices, Desk Room, Et&, To Let.
TO LET In the l'trguson block. Third and
Fourth avs., a fen choice offices; day and
r.lght e)e ator. electric clocks and Janitor services
Iree: rent low. Black & Balrd, No. i5 Fourth av
rpo I. in -In the llamlliou building. SI-93 Fifth
choice offices, with all conveniences: rent
Black A. Balrd. .So. 95 bourth av.
TO LET Offices at 131 Wj lie av., now occupied
X bv Dr. F E. Gardner.
Miscellaneous To Lets.
rVO LET Stable on alley between Fourth av. and
JL Diamond St.. and between Smlthfleld st. and
Cherry alley. C H. Love, 93 Fourth av.
rpo LET Third floor. Masonic Bant building:
jl rooms suuauieior arus
tect or light manufacturing.
PERSONAL Mrs. Dr. McGranor's, Imperial
treatment. 350 ylle av.
"PERSONAL stenography and typewriting thor
X oughlv taught. Private shorthand Institute,
115 Smith Held st.
1JOSITION as salesman, either city or road; dry
goods or anv other line; balary expected. Ad
dress S. II., Dispatch office.
IjLltsONAL Credit, yes. creatt, on hne ciress
goods, silks, satins, wraps, etc., atJ, Dwyer'a
Room 4. McCance block. 701 Miilthnel.fc
PERSONAL You can buy gents' solid gold
watches: full Jeweled Elgin iorHS. alios Car
son st,; repairing a specialty. A. Carlson.
IjERSONAL Sealskin coat at bargain: latest
style: worn onlv 3 months: cost 10: will k-j!
at IIS: too small fur.onncr. Address seller. Dis
1 PERSONAL Hair, moles, etc. ou ladies laces
permanently destro ed by the electric needle
without pain or scar; consultation free. Miss
ttreng. office 903 Pennav., Dickson building.
PLR-ON AL Laulcs wishing lo take lurko Face
Baths or face massage lor removing blemishes
and Improving the complexion will please vl6lt my
parlors at 903 Penu ar.. Pittsburg. Miss bnerwood.
ERSONAL-Prof. Geo. Markley. practical
phrenologist (graduate of the American Insti
tute of Phienoiogy, Fowler & Wells Co.. .evr
York): office hour 3 to 9 r. vi. this week: S to 11 A.
M. next week. 8 Seneca st., Pittsburg. Pa.
PERSON AL When I was a small bov mv mother
always repaired my breeches and Jacket bnt
since I got to be a great big man, Dickson, the
well-known tailor, 65 Fifth av.. cor. VAoodst.,
second floor, has been substituted, who now does
all my cleaning, pressing and renovating in great
shape, 'lei. 15o.
I?OUND The only reliable Iree hand portrait
artists in cravon and water colors: finest
grades only: all work done In windows In presence
or the public; order now and pav for Christmas:
stores open uutll 9 r. v. : satisfaction guaranteed
or no charge. Jos. P. Cowan. Prop. Union Ar
tists' Portrait Co.. first floors 708 Liberty St., 607
Hood st.: Branch 23 Ohio st.; we employ no
agents. Telephone M72.
T fiu r G.
Saturday evening on Fifth av., Oakland,
JU a black leather leggtn: a reward will be paid
If left at Dispatch office.
PEOrOSALS FOR BOROUGH ENGINEER
Sealed proposals will be received
till NOVEMBER 12 at 6 p. jr, for doins alt
the work necessary to be done by a bor
ough engineer la and for Turtle Greet Dor
nugh; pi oposnls will 6tate rate per day of
field and ofllec wort and be indorsed "Pro
posals for Borough Ensineer," and mailed
to VT. Jay Smith. Turtle Creek, Pa. For
further information apply to W. J. Smith,
P. G. Zischkau or W. L Hunter, JL D., In
the borough. Council reserves the risht to
reject any ex all bids. W. JAY SMITH,
of Street Committee.
3 Classified real estate advertisements on iTif
jtape ten cents per line for each insertion, and
none takenor less than twenty cents.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
ADVERTISEMENTS ON THIS PAGE
Classified under the lollowInjphMdings irlU be ac
cepted at the rate of
OWE CENT PER "WORD
WOR EACH INSERTION when paid for In ad
vance either at main or branch offices.
Wanted Advertisements of all Kindt.
TO LET ROOMS,
MISCELLANEOUS FOB SALE3,
LOST AND FOUND.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH.
Cor. Smlthfleld and Diamond Streets,
BRANCH OFFICES AS FOLLOWS. WTIFTtr
WANTS. FOR SALE. TO LET. AND OTHER
TRANSIFNT ADVERTISEMENTS WILL BE
RECEIVED UP TO 9 P. M. FOR INSERTION.
Advertisements nould be prepaid unless adver
tisers already have accounts with Tire Dispatch.
FOR ALLEGHENY. NO. W7 FEDERAL ST.,
FOR THE SOUTHSIDF, NO. 1K CABSON
STREET. TELEPHONE NO. 60S.
FOR THE tAoX XJD. J. W. WALLACE. 613
rTTTsmTnO ADDTTTON AL.
THOMAS MCCAFFREY. S.VX) Bntler street.
EMIL G. STUCKEY. Zh street and Penn avenue.
F. IT. TGGERS A SON. Ohio and Chestnut streets.
THOMAS McHENRY. Western and Irwin avennos.
BARBERS I flrst-elas barbers (white)) must be
sober and well recommended. Apply Immedi
ately. Samuel Xewton, Oakdale station. Allegheny
BOY With some experience in the barber trade.
Call at 97 Center av.
ARBER-Boy to learn 'barber trade. 135 Fifth
pAEBER Cor. Thirteenth and Carson St., S. S.
pARBER-At 2018 Carson St.,
BOOKKEEPER Must name reference and ex
perience. W. Z., Dispatch office.
BUTCHER A good butcher Tor country town,
who can drive wagon: steady position for right
nartv: must be sober, industrious and unmarried:
reference required. Apply In person to R. A.
Euwer, Sprlngdale, W.
sr. it. it
CANVASSERS Salary and expenses Trom start;
steady work: goon chance for advancemeut.
Brown Bros. Co.. Nurserymen. Rochester, 24.'Y.
CA VASSERS Few gO(
Wheeler Jt Wilson Mfg.
ooa men: good
Co.. 6 Sixth st.
J shop. 12
BOY to do porter work in barber
Federal st., Allegheny.
fiLASS CUTTERS Two first-class glass cutters
J and lead glaziers. Apply toT. A. ConnoHr-141
Robinson st,, Allegheny,
HUSTLERS The Diamond ami Pin Puizle sells
at sight: genuine holiday rusher: 300 per cent
profit; sample 25c. Manufacturer, Box 242, Craf
ton. Allegheny county. Pa.
MACHINISTS Two first-class machinists
one roll turner. Lechburg Foundry
Machine Co., Room 512, Lewis Block.
MAN Young man with experience in hats, fur
nishing goods, at the Model Clothing House,
man to put down cement
Alex. Beggs A Son, Allegheny.
MEN to take orders: no delivering or collecting;
no experience; steady work: best terms: out
fit free. Allen Nursery Co., Rochester, N. Y.
MEN Six colored men to ride horses in a parade ;
must come at once, good pay. 1729 Carson St.,
PTTERN MAKERS. Frank Kneeland Mach.
Co.. I ifty-fourth st. and A. V. R. H.
PLASTERERS and lathers.
Wvlie av. Chris Gelsler.
Inquire No. 730
SALESMAN On baiary or commission, to nandle
the new patent chemical Ink erasing pencil;
the greatest selling novelty ever produced; erases
ink thoroughly In two seconds: no abrasion of
paper: ICC to tW) per cent profit; one agent's sales
amounted to o in six days, another 32 in two
hours: we want one energetic general agent for
each btate and Territory. For terms and particu
lars address the Monroe Eraser Manufacturing
Company, X. 10. La Crosse. Wis.
SALESM EN to handle our famous patent Foun
tain ink Eraser, the latest and most complete
eraser ever invented, overcoming tv ery objection
to the old erasers: used likeafountaln pen: will
erase Ink and other 6talns Instantly: leaves no
mark and has no equal: will sell Itself when Its
perrect work is shown. We give exclusive terri
tory and allow from 150 to 300 per cent profit: on
receipt or 50 cents will mail sample with price list
and lenns: also a sample of our celebrated Plnless
Clothes Line for 50 cents, or sample of both for ft.
Plnless Clothes Line Co., No. 97 Hernion St..
SALESMEN-(slde line) To sell stores Wlegand's
frame hanger for pictures, cravons, mirrors,
signs, etc : no plctnre hangs perfectly without it.
Wiegand Frame Hanger Co.. 131 Penn av.
SALESMEN-Clty or countrv, to sell "O'Keefe's
Pills." a 6ure cure for liver derangements,
colds, coughs, etc. : agents can make $5 to $8 a day.
Dr. O'Keefe Co.. 1232 Penn av.
SALESMEN Two clothing salesmen for Satur
day : good salary to right parties; must call at
once. 17J9 Carson st., S. S. Pittsburg.
SIIEETIEON WORKER First-class; steay
work. Apply at Klncaid Bros. ', No. 90 Water
SHOEMEN 4shoemen;2atonce:2to take posl
tlonsabout Jan. 1: ANo. 1 practical reliable
men at bet pay to nil good positions tn a leading
Pittsburg house: all letters confidential. Address
V. M. Shoes, Dispatch office.
SOLICITOR-Another good solicitor can have
employment: 815 weekly to the rlgnt man.
Pittsburg (.lean Towel Co., 143 Fulton st.
rpiNNER teady work to good mechanic
X ply aiSIOI Penn ar.. East End.
rpRAVEMNG salesman by January 1; must be a
X man of experience in hardnareor other simi
lar business. Address, stating age. experience
and reference. Salesman. Dispatch office
TTPHOLSTERERS and lounge-makers; steady
J employment and highest wages paid. Apply
to Otto 1 . ltaddatz, 155 Michigan ave., Chicago. 111.
VODXG man, 18 to 18 years old. for office work in
X wholesale grocery. Address, stating age aud
experience. If any, H. X. E., DUpatch office.
AGENTS WANTED-'-Gli-npses orthe World."
a portfolio of photographs by the great trav
eler and lecturer. John L. Sloddard; contains IGS
photographs, size 8x10 Inches, representing famous
scenes from all parts of the world each desci Ibed
in Mr. Stoddard's best strle; fli.est book for holi
day traue published: prospectus (1 50; we pay big
commission or salarv ; write for terms: now is the
tilde. R. S. Pcale Co.. 315 Wabash ar., Chicago.
A GENTS to represent best accident, sick and
IX burial fund association In America; over f :t).- J
um paiaio iismemnersin aisininiy Denents uur
lug the past car. Address, with relerence, D. E.
Thomas, btate Agent, Brookvllle, Pa,
AGE.NTS-Gum tissue mends clothing better
than netiile or thread: silks, woolens, gloves,
umbrellas; one vd. 10c: 12 yds. 65c by mall. P.
Stavner&Co., Providence, 1C. I.
AGENTS $3 to 7 dailv ; experience unnecessary.
Putnam & Co.. perfumers. West Wlnstcd. Ct,
AGENTS-Salary and commission,
av., room 16.
GENEHAL AGENTS-ScHlng new articles to
dealers; exclusive territory: no competition;
no capital required; 3 0 to 30 per cent profit. Col
umbia Chemical Co., 120,"$ Clybourne av.. Chicago,
Female Help Wanted.
A FPRENTICES-Good sewers: others to learn
dressmaking aud cutting. 950 Penn av.
("lOOKs Housew ork girls; save time, carfares;
j places free. Exchange, 910 Penn av.
COOK Housework girls at once.
Washington St., city.
Mrs. Ward. 133
COOKS, chambermaids, housework girls, situa
tions free. Elite. 412 penn av.
COOKS, girls for housework.
130 Robinson st..
C IRL-For general housework in a family of
J three; haTe nurse. 86 Fayette St.. Allegheny.
GIRLS -Housework girls for down stairs work.
Sirs. Ward. 130 tt ashlngton St.. city.
& good ffirl for ffpnprsl hnnftA,
work at 19 Eighth St.. city.
GIRLS-Two experienced dining room girls. Ap
ply at 2S11 Penn av city.
CIRL to do general housework; salary 13 00 per
7 w eek. 5412 Penn av.
LAD1 stenographer and typewriter; one who is
experienced and accustomed to mercantile
business; none others need apply. Address Busi
ness. Dispatch office.
LADIES Good salary guaranteed to ladles will
ing to do writing forme 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 fancy work at their hDmes, or to
act as agents. Call and see work or address 3.
M. Lemar A Co., 90 Fourth av.
LADIES-Fr specialty company. Address C J.
D., Dispatch office.
XTURSE An experienced nurse for children: a
X god and permanent place for right person.
Address Mother, Dispatch office.
Male and Female Help Wanted.
HELP At once, white waiter. ?10 per week)
man cook. 2 teamsters, farm and dairy hands,
plumber, woman cooks, $10 per week: short order
cook, dishwashers, chambermaids, dining room
girls, sight cook, pantry girLforelady for laundry,
510 per month: starcher, family cooks and chamber
maids, 4to SO per week: washerwoman, colored
girls, Swedes and Germans: German nurse girl:
only first-class help report here. Meehan's, 545
HELP Matron and cook for an institution : cook
and waitress for same family: laundresses, (3;
family cooks, ft to $3: chambermaids, dining room
girls, nurses, 203 house girls, restaurant cooks, $10;
cooks and dish washers for boarding houses,
hotel help, working housekeeper, colored help,
male and female cooks for country: porters,
drivers, butlers, farm hands, white and colored
waiters. Miss Dolan, successor to Mrs. Thompson,
608 Grant st.
"XTTVAN TED Lady or gentleman to keep small
IT set of books and do other clerical work: from
three to five hours' work per day, arternoon. will
be required: remuneration tf-0 a month. Address,
with re:erences Reviewer, Dispatch office,
TinsTTION A sober, reliable lanltor desires
X a church or school house to take care of; best
city references given: Is strong &nd willing. Ad
dress J. W. B., Morrison av.. Second ward. Alle
gheny POSITION By a young man of 18, who is not
arrald of work, position as clerk or do collect
ing: best of relerence. Address Y. M. D Dis
OSITION As manager or drug clerk: have good
experience and reference; state salary Ad
dress M. MM Dispatch office.
POSITION As housekeeper by a respectable
lady, for gentleman preferred. Address H.
A.. Dispatch office.
POSITION by registered druggist as manager or
clerk; Al references. Address S. B., Dispatch
POSITION By lady: first-class accompanist in
orchestra. Address Box 3S5. Mansfield Valley,
POSITION by sober man; good gardener: used to
horses and cows. W. 0., 67 12th. Pittsburg.
SITUATION Shorthand, typewriting or book
keeping to do evenings: Al references. Ad
dress Lawrence, Dispatch office.
SITUATION By experienced male stenographer.
Address M. v.. Dispatch office.
HOME STUDY Bookkeeping, penmanship and
shorthand thoroughly taught by mall. For
particulars address the Pittsburg Correspondence
Business College. P. O. Box 369.
rpHE best way to learn bookkeeping Is from a
X practical bookkeeper. Apply to William E,
Griffiths, Expert Accountant, 191 Fourth av.
Boarders and Lodgers Wanted.
OCCUPANTS for rooms in Allegheny, Pittsburg.
East End: loo to select from; new list. Infor
mation Bureau, 442 Penn av.
OCCUPANTS for front rooms: facing park, with
folding bed; reference required. 23 Mont
gomery av., Allegheny,
"TT"ANTED-Occupants for quiet, nice rooms:
ti everything strictly prirate. Address E. S.,
Hotel, Dining: and Lnncn Rooms.
"tOZIEST dining, lunch and Ice cream rooms in
J the city, Kevan's. 908 Penn av. Business
men's dinner.d bote; ladles' noon lunch. en'carte.
HOTEL MORRIS, 3d ave. and Cherry alley, rear
of postoffice Rooms, 60, 75 cents; meals, 25
HOTEL FEDERAL. 171 Federal st,. Allegheny,
f 1 50, 82 day; special rates when permanent.
WANTED Two connecting rooms, with board,
or portion of a bouse in private family for
the winter and spring,
Address C, P. O. Box 1323,
BENSWANGER & ZAUN
JOHN K. EWING & CO.. 107 Federal St.. make
quick loans: money ready.
MON EY to loan on real estate security In any
sums desired; lowest rates of Interest: quick
and economical service. Piper & Clark, 131 Fourth
MONEY at 5 per cent. We ham 850. 000 to loan,
(300 up. A lies Bros. & Co., 104 Fourth ar.
rpo LOAN 8200,000 on mortgages: J100 and np-
jl warn ar o per cent; kuluuj at ;$ per cent on
residence or business
vacant lots or
farms. S. H. French, 115 Fourt,
WAN1 ED Mortgages on Improved cllyor Alle
gheny city property, McCune S, Coulter, 93
T?LECTRIC Mfg. and 8upplyCo..3lOBlssell block.
XJ 1'gn.. 84 Federal, Aiiegn-y: i
electrical repairing a specialty;
EVERYBODY to know that Wyland sells the
celebrated Tanger brand of oysters: 30c quart,
(1 per ga.lon. Allegheny market, stand 72.
PAINTING and plate glass glazing. R. C. Miller,
526 Grant St., Pittsburg.
1 'RUN KS named toandrromthe East End for
fifty cents. Campbell & Davis, No. 12Seventh
av. Telephone 276.
USE Jones' Bedbug Paralyrer Jones' Ma'gl
Roach Powder: roaches banished by contract
satisfaction given or no pay. 222 Federal st,, Alle
gheny. Sold by all first-class druggists.
"T7"ANTED All business men to know that the
V Office Specialty Co., 105 Third av.. keep In
btock the latest and best office furniture, filing
cabinets aud labor-saring office specialties; work to
order and metallic vault fixtures are among their
WANTED Ererybody to come at once and re
deem their pledges pawned with us or else they
will be sold by auction on Saturday next, according
to law. Respectfully yours, Cohen Jb Davis, 36
"T7"ANTED To rent house: will board owner's
IT family in exchange for rent of house or will
take charge of house during owner's absence. Ad
dress J. II. 11., 96 Diamond St., city.
Horses to winter at Tarentum Race
Inaulre of Wm. Bowman. Kerr's
6alc stable. Duquesne way. Bear Sixth st.
"1ITOOD and photo engrarlng;half tones; electro
iT typing. Bragdon. 78 Fourth are.
Horses, Vehicles, Live Stock For Sale.
DELIVERY wagons Dellrery wagons all styles;
our own make. Wm. Beckert, 340 to 314 Ohio
st,, Allegheny. Telcphoue 3420.
FOR SALE Cheap: one corcred spring wagon;
one barouche: one road cart. No. 133 Fifty
second st,, 18th ward, city,
ORSES AND MARES-50 head sold for want of
use, weighing lrom 1,400 to 1,700 Kunds: give
3 on pick or stable- Chautauqua Lake ice Co., 13th
HORSE-A first-class saddlis horse slnglc
rooted, bright bay. The Wm. Anderson
Co.. Hlth arc, and P. R. R E. E.
Machinery and Metals For Sale.
BRYANT and Acme automatic engines and boil
ers, hot water and steam heating exhaust fans
aud ventilating fly fans, water and electric motors,
dynamos and electric lighting: general machinists,
engineers and contractors: stationary engines and
boilers. Tompkins & Ulrlch, 31b Liberty at., Pitts
ENGINES and boilers or every description: brick
yard supplies; contractors' and rolungmlll ma-
1 nomas Carllu's Sous, Lacock and ban-
dusky sts., Allegheny,
PIANO rine upright piano cheap; must sell. 105
Pennsylvania ar., Allegheny.
Rubber Stamps and Stencils For Sale.
GETyourrunberstamps. steel stamps, stencils,
seal presses, brats checks, etc.. from Sheaffer
St. Co.. 49 Filth av.. DuCs College building.
OTENCILS. steel stamps,
eal presses, rubber stamps etc.
vv. a. uuuunr. Jl nth 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 Wilklnsburg teeing J
siauuu auu iresue, 10 oe rcmoreu DTjuayj. itjus;
building may be seen at any time. Armour & Co.,
Inquire No. 4303 Penn av.
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
Bnslness Opportunities For Sale.
COUNTRY weekly newspaper. 15 miles from the
city; also well equipped Job office connected;
good reasons for selling. Address Lock Box 439.
RUGSTORE-Flrst-class drugstore in one of the
best mTsJtowns In Western Pa. : doing a pay
ing business good reasons for selling. Address
Drugstore Dispatch office.
T70R SALE-To capitalists-Valuable lead, zjno
X and silver mine, located In Pennsylvania,
showing 68 per cent of leid, 65 per cent of zinc
blende, and over 20 oz. or silver to the ton ; with 200
foot downright shaft and several levels; on true
fissure rein : now In operation and open for inspec
tion; would sell outright, or form company with
reliable parties. Address Lead, P. O. Box 1092,
I70R SALE Stock of drygooda and notions In
. good Eastern Ohio town; splendid chance for
joungman witbf3,00titof4.000. Address Drygooda,
HALF INTEREST in the oldest and best paying
business In the city. Call 1C18 Penn ar.
SALOON First class saloon and barber shop;
good reasons for selling: good place for liquor
store combined. 823 St. Clair st,. corner Buel,
SALOON SteubenvlUc O. For terms. Inquire
D. Lawior, 205 Grant st,, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
Business Opportunities For Sale.
SALOON and restaurant First-class, finest loca
tion In the city. Address T. E. Ray. 119 Su-
perlorst-. Cleveland. O.
WHOLESALE liquor bnslness in one of 'the
largest cities In Eastern Ohio, on account of
the sickness of the proprietor. For particulars in
quire of A. Newhausen, 6 West Carson st.. South
FOR SALE LOTS.
LOTS in the Dean Park plan. Twenty-first ward,
and Norton plan. Thirty-second ward, Pitts
burg: prices low and terms easv: mortgages
wanted. McCune & Coulter, 98 Fourth av.
LOTS on Blue and Vlckroy sts., near college.
Robert Coward, a) Bluff st.
HIRTY-SECOND WARD, city, within 10 mtn
utes' walk of Monongal la Incline; very cheap
lots and on easy terms. McCune A Coulter, 98
East End Lots For Sale.
C1ENTF.R AV. lots, 43x175, only 82,000 each: street
J Improvements and sewers paid for; choice lo
cation: first-class improvements: on a main thor
oughfare: a limited number only offered at this
rlce; terms to suit. fceeM, P. Howley ibon, 91
I70R SALE Schenley Park lots 50x15a. greater
? frontage if desired. Woodland avenne. be
tween Forbes avenue and Schenley Park; asphal
tum pavement: street railroad; cheap- easy terms.
Frank F. Nicola, MOO Forbes or 20 Fifth avenue,
T EVEL LOTS-25 to 30 feet front and 60 to 170 feet
JJ deep; prices lrom 1100 to JGCO each; overlooking
Schenley Park; terms, 5 per cent cash, balance, fo
Ser month: take Second av. electric cars to Green
eld av. Peter Shields, 531 Grant st. ; branch office
on property; agent always there.
Allegheny Lots For Sale.
LOT on Buena Vista St., between North and Tay
lor avs., Allegheny; will be sold low, McCune
& Coulter, 93 Fourth ar.
Suburban Lots For Sale.
GROUND To Investors: 60 acres of ground near
railroad and electric car lines; will subdivide
so that every foot can be utilized: can he bought
verv low. McCune & Coulter, 98 Fourth ar.
VTEAR KENSINGTON, PA.-8K acres of nice
1 lying land with good house of 6 rooms: 2
Torches: other outbuildings, all In good repair,
and within 5 minutes ot station: only 13,500.
Snyder White, 162 Fourth are.
""TTERY cheap lots on South and Franklin sts.,
T Wilklnsburg. near P. R. R. station and on
line or Duquesne Electric Railway. McCune &
Coulter, 93 Fourth ar.
Farms For Sale.
I7ARM A fine stock and crop farm of 250 acres
: with good dwelling and outbuildings: spring
house; large orchard; abundance of water, etc.,
etc. : said to be one of the best farms In any of the
neighboring counties, and situated within one
mile of railroad station. Jas. W. Drape & Co.,
313 Wood street. Pittsburg.
rOIt SALEIJIPKOVED REAL ESTATE
Eust End Residences Forale.
ClOLTART SQUARE Brick houses 8 rooms, bafh-
room and w. c. both gases, electric bells and
all modern Improvements. Jos. M. McMahon
Bro.. 77 4th ar.
EORBESAV-, near Morewoodav., and convenient
to Schenley Park, tne finest residence location
in the cltv: an elegant brick dwelling of 11 rooms
and reception hall, bath, with every convenience,
bar 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 coach
man's nnarters. cow fit.ihlp- nre ? lot R.Y15K1 ret.
f only Jl".,5O0. 8ee Reed B. Coyie & Co., cor. Fourth
ar. ana urnnt sc.
WHY PAY RENT when you can bur a modern
home and hare ten years to pay for it? These
houses adjoin the Greenfield av. entrance to Schen
ley Park; have all modern Improvements and con
veniences; papered and made attractive inside and
out; the streets are all sewered: both gases upon
propertr: city water; electric cars run through it;
Greenfield ar. is pared with asphaltum; the houses
are all built scpaiatc: no two alike In Interior or
exterior in design or finish : this gWes the property
6a charm not to be found elsewhere; they hare 4, 5,
. 7 and 8 rooms each : prices range from 31,900 to
E4,500; terms, one-tilth cash, balaucc In ten years,
ame as rent; tike Second av. electric cars to
Greenfield ar. ; they run all night. Peter. Shields.
533 Grant st. ; branch office on property; agent
Allegheny Residences For Sale.
A BEAUTIFUL stone front residence in Alle
gheny on North avenue, almost new and In
the most perfect condition throughout, possessing
all the modern Improvements In every particular:
spacious rooms, leccptlon hall, solid hardwood
finish, unique and handsome mantels with cabi
nets, plate glass windows. Inside shutters: the
plumbing and sanlt-try arrangements are unex
celled: brass and nicklc pipes, electric lights, etc..
etc.; there Is no better finished residence In Alle
gheny; the premises can be examined any after
noon on presenting a card from the agents. Jas.
W. Drape A Co., 313 Wood str, Pittsburg.
SHERMAN AV., No. 5!). Allegheny The well
built, every convenience brick house. 9 rooms,
aud rear frame house of 4 rooms, 011 lot 20x110 feet:
a bargain to quick purchaser. Fidelity Title Jb
Trust Co., 121 and 123 Fourth av.
G1 A 000 will buy a block of 8 brick houses, Al
tE5Xttj legheny. centrally located: corner lot;
rented at 82,000 per r.nnum: taxes, J200. John K,
Ewing & Co., 107 Federal street.
Suburban Residences For Sale.
C1RAFTON A 6-room hoi.se on Warren St.;
J porches rront and back good water and gas;
rent $20. Inquire of A. II. Kniiner, Crafton, Pa,
A very cosy 5-room house on paved
street. Sharnsburg. near depot and electric
cars; immediate possession, as owner is leaving
town. A Bauck, 411 Grant st.
$5,000 foundry and machine shop in conn try town.
J5.0O0 farm, Westmorland Co., well Improved;
too per foot business property in Wilklnsburg.
f 1,650 house, 4 rooms, lot 35x135 feet, Wilklns
burg. H.3T0 house, 7 rooms, all modern improrcments;
easy terms. F. B. Tomb & Co., Franklin St.,
SALE OF LAND BY THE UNITED
States at Pittsburg, Pa. Be it enacted
by the Semite and House of Representatives
of the United States of America in Congress
assembled. That the Secretary of War be,
and hereby is, authorized and directed to
sell and convey to the purchaser or pur
chassis all tuo light, title and interest of
the United States in and to all that certain
Saicelotgionnd, belonging to the United
tates, situate in the city of Pittsbuig, Penn
sylvania, at the northwest corner of Penn
avenue and Garrison alley. Fourth ward of
said city, fronting 100 leot on west Bide of
Penn avenue and extending northwardly
alons the west lino of Garrison alley, pre
serving the same width, to low-water line of
the Allegheny river, subject, however, to
such public casements as exists thereon
and thereover. Depot Quartermaster's Or
tice, Washington. D. G, October 12, 18M.
Under the provisions of tbo above quoted
act of Congress, approved May 21, 1890, and
bv direction of the Secretary of War, I will
offer for sale at public auction at the Cham
ber of Commerce loom, Gertnania Bank
building, corner of Wood and Diamond
streets, in the city oX Pittsburg, Pa., on
WEDNESDAY, the 16th day of November,
1892, at 11 o'clock a. m., for cash, the property
desciibed In raid act, together with such
Improvements theieou as belong to tlio
United States, subject to tlio conditions set
forth in said act, and subject also to the
terms and conditions named in the printed
circular of this date, copies of which will be
furnished on application to tbe undersigned
or to tlio Actini: Assistant Quartermaster at
Alleghepy Arsenal, where also, a plat of the
ground can be seen. The light is reserved
10 reject any or all bids, or to accept any
bid or bids subject to the conditions pre
sciibedin the circular referred to. A do
posit of ilO.000, by certified check, on ao
count of the purchase will be required of
the successful bidder at the time of sale, In
default of which thepioperty will then and
there be reoffet ed for sale. Payment of the
remainder of the purchase money must be
made upon delivery of duly executed deed
or deeds for the property purchased, or the
pioperty may be resold, without further
notice, at the risk and cost of the defaulting
purchaser. The cost of all conveyancing
will lio borne by tho purchaser. GEO. II.
WEEKS, Deputy Quartermaster General, U.
S. A. JOHN D. BAILEY, Auctioneer, Cham
ber of Commerce Boom,
Building, fittsDurg, pa.
Y JAS. XT. DRAPE &CO.
Furniture, Carpets, Book Cases,
PIANO. CARRIAGE, etc, etc, of the estate
of the late Rev. S. G. Mollinger, deceased,
to be sold by order of the administrator at
publio sale at tbe parsonage, No. 21 Hazel
street, Troy Hill, Allegheny, on
WEDNESDAY. November 9,
Commencing at 10 o'clock, and consisting of
the entire furnishment, including parlor,
dining room and bedroom suites, solas,
rockers, easy chairs, dressing bureaus, wash
stands, bedsteads and bedding, mattresses
feather pillows, curtains, pictures, book
cases ana hooks, silver and china ware.
PIANO, ORGAN, LARGE SAFE,
Carpets, carriage, buggy, harness, etc, etc
The entire effects to be sold without reserve.
GREGOB METER, Administrator.
JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., Auctioneers,
813 Wood street, Pittsburg.
Do not fall to attend sale of Horses and
Wagons on THURSDAY, 10th INST., at 10
o'clock a. k., at CoalJTard, 3d av and Try st
SlrUTHSOft fc VINCENT,
GENERAL AUCTIONEERS. .
Sales ot real estate, merchandise at stores,
household goods at residences (jewelry sales
for the trade only) promptly attended to.
Offlce,5S Eisnerbullding.cor. 5th and Wood st.
ATTHAGTIVE AUGTfON SALE,
Estate of James I. Bennett, deceased. Fine
furniture, piano, carpets, silverware, etc., at
the residence. No. 9 Lincoln av.. Allechenv.
Pa., WEDNESDAY, November 9, 1893, at 10
o'clock a. M., tne entire furnlsbment, em
bracing fine Walnut chamber suite, cost
$500, with mirror-door wardrobe to match;
carved oak suite, cheffonlerand toilet table,
desks, bookcases, leatherlounges, chairs and
rockers: curtains and cornice; handsome
brocatetle parlor suite, mahogany table,
pedestal, pictures, ornaments, upright piano,
walnut extension table, leather dinlnir
chairs, cabinot dishes, silverware, etc.: hail
chairs and tacks: eiesrant hair mattressos,
springs and bedding; axmlnster, velvet and
brussels carpets on rooms, balls and stairs,
rujjs, etc.; kitchen and laundry furniture,
stoves, etc. Sale positive. Terras, cash.
House open after 8 o'olock morning of sale.
HENKY AUCTION CO, Auctioneers.
Of the Entire Stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
To be sold Nov. 10 at
1326 CARSON ST., S. S.
RF.NCII lessons. Francals, Box 627, Pittsburg.
Get a Practical Business Education.
NO. 5 SIXTH AVEN UE. '
Established 12 years. Day and night.
School open the entire year for young men
and women. Students may begin at any
time. Bookkeeping, shorthand, type writ
ing and English departments. Bookkeeping
taught by actual business practice. Write
for free pictorial catalogue. M. J. CONNER,
President, J. 31. PHILLIPS, Doan of Faculty.
13th Ward-UTS FOR SALE-13tla Ward
30 FINE BUILDING LOTS
Only 15 minutes" from the Court House.
Terms within the reach of all.
Down, balance in monthly payments.
$450, $500 550
J600 AND 650.
All within two minutes' walk of Wylle
Avenue Cable line. Positively no
hillside lots. Also
THREE 7-ROOM FRAME HOUSES,
Handsomely papered throughout and mod
ern. Price $2,600; terms to suit pur
chaser. For further par
THOS. F. BREEN,
No. 2133 WEBSTER AV.. Cor. of Duffst,
Or H. FAUST, 200 Shady av., E. E.
THEY ARE SELLING FUST.
Watson Place Lots,
Situate on the line of the Ferrysvllle ave
nue electric road. Tenth ward, Allegheny,
15 minutes from City Hall.
Because the prices are 25 to 30 per cent be
low uctual yaine, and the contemplated city
Improvements will enhance the values at
least 100 per cent. (Sizes of lots, 50x100 ft.
and 50x125 ft.). (Price", $600 to $750; easy
terms). Title insured and policy of insur
ance without extra cost given to each pur
chaser by the
FIDELITY TITLE & TRUST CO..
For plans and particulars see
REED B. COYLE & CO., AGENTS,
Cor. Fourth Ave. and Grant St.
Agents on the grounds daily (except Sun
day) from 1 to 4 r. if.
COR. FIFTEENTH AND SIXTEENTH STS.,
On Wednesday. November 16, at i o'clock
will be sold byjiiiction on the premises, the
lot on noiteast corner Penn av. and Fif
teenth sts., fronting 97 feet on Penn av.. 95
feet on JIulDerry alley, by 100 feet In depth.
Also the adjoining lot f ion tin? 56 feet on
Penn av., 59 leet on Mulberry alley, by 100
feet in depth.
ANo the lot on northwest corner Ponn av.
and Sixteenth st., fronting 103 leot on Penn
av., 105 feet on Mulberry alley, by 100 feet In
Possession given April 1.
Terms One-fourth cash by January 1, bal
ance in four yearly payments, with Interest;
$500 deposit on each lot required at sale.
Bv order of the executors of the estates of
J. H. and G K. Shoenberger, deceased.
A. LEGGATE & SON, Auctioneers.
"SHE YOUR RENT."
"BUT AHOJIE WITH THE RENT
The United Security Life Insurance
and Trust Co. will advance three
Idurths (JO the value of such piop
erty as you may desii e to build or buy.
Policies forterms of 5, 10. 15 or-20 vears.
"Payments same as Rent." "Deed
may be in wife's name, husband ln
suilng." In cae of death the policy
protects, and the Homo is "Fiee and
clear." Call or send for circular.
MORRIS & FLEMING, Agents,
NO. 62 FOURTH AVE.
P. R. R. FRONT.
235 feet fronting on Pennsylvania Rail
road, near Fifth nv.. East End, at $60 per
foot front, 11 sold soon. (A rare chance.) j
No. 103 Collins av., East End.
GEO. K. STEVENSOS & CO.,
Fine Groceries and Table Delloaciesr
Sixth avenue. jy0x-n
.WHITE STAR LINE.
For Qneenstown and Liverpool.
Royal and United States Mall Steamers.
BrltannIc.Nov.9.9:30amBrItannlc. Dee. 7. 8ara
Majestic. Nov. 16. 2pm 'Majestic Iecl4,10pm
Gerin'c Nor. 23. 8 am Germanic Dec. 21. 7am
Teutonic Nov.3J, 2pmlTeulon!cDec.2J.l:30pm
From W hlte Star dock, foot of West Tenth street.
Second cabin on these steamers. Saloon rates,
S50 and unward. Second cabin. $10 and S45: lim
ited excursion tickets. 75 and (85; steerage from
or to the old country, pj.
White Star dratts parable on demand In all the
principal banks throughout Great Britain. Apply
to JOHN J. MCCORJIICK. 639 Slnlthneld street,
Pittsburg, or H. MAITLAND KfcRSEY, General
Agent, 29 Broadway, N. Y. no7-d
Steamers Leavn New York Every Saturday
For Glasgow via Londonderry.
Rates for Saloon Passive.
Cabin. S4.S and npwards.
Second Cabin, 830. Steerage, 819.
Passengers booked at through rates to or from'knr
city In Great Britain or on the Continent,
Drnits n London SoM at Lowest Itntes.
Book of information, tours and Eailicg lists fnr-
nlslieil on application to Agents,
HENDERSON BROTHERS. 7 Bowling Green. N.
Y., or J. J. MCC'OKMICK. 633 Smlthfleld St.. Pitts
burg. F. M. SE1IFLF, 11Q lederalst.. Allegheny.
itoi'AL. 3IAH. .srr, uisniiri.
GLASGOW to PHILADELPHIA.
via DERBY and GALWAY. Tne most di
rect route from Scotland and North and
lliddle of Ireland.
Intermediate, &30. Steerage, S19.
STATE1 SERVICE OF
. .., ALLAN XTXB
LINt. J STEAMSHIPS.
NEW YORK aud GLASGOW
via Londonderry every Fortnight.
Nov. 10 State of Nebraska 9 A. jr.
Nov. 24 State of California. 8 A,ar.
Deo. 15 State of Nebraska ifoox.
Cabin, $40 Second Cabin, $30. Steerage, $19.
Apply to J.J.McCOKAUCK, 039 Smlthfleld sc
From Pittsburgh Union Station.
lrains Rua by Central Time.
Northwest System Fort Wayne Kontn
Dttaxt for Chicago, points intermediate and beyond:
L20a,m.,7.10 a.m., 12ja) p.m., 1.09 p.m., 8.
p. m., 111.30 p.m. Arrive lrom same points : L105
a.m., f 1,15 ajn 6.00 a.m., i.35 ajn., 5.65 p.m.,
6 45 p.m.
Dar art for Toledo, points Intermediate and beyond:
lrom same points: Y1J5 a.m., 6-35 a.m f3.45p.rn.
Dbfart for Clereland, points intermediate and
beyond: t-10 a.m., 7.10 a.m., fl-30 p.m.,
1105 p.m. Arrivk from same points: 'ioOa.m.,
H.55 p.m., 5.55 p.m.,J6.50 p.m.
Dxtakt for Martins Ferry, Bridgeport and Eellaire:
16.10 a.m., tLSO p.m., f4.10 p.m. Arrive from same
points : tS-OO a "-i L55 p.m., f6.50 p jn.
Depart for New Casde, Erie, Yonngstonm, Ashta
bula, points intermediate and beyond: -17.20 a.m.,
1 1 2.20 p.m. Arrive lrom same points: 41.25 p.m.,
Depart fcr New Castle, Jamestown, Yonngstown
and Niles, f3.45 p.m. Akkivb from same points:
Depart for Yocngstown, 12.20 p.m. Arrive from
Youngstown, 6 45 p.m.
Southwest SyMtein-Pnn Handleltonte
Depart for Columbus. Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St,
Louis, points intermediate and beyond 1.10 a.rn
8.30 a.m., '8.45 p jn., '11.15 p.m. Arrivk from sam
Detakt for Columbus, Chicago, points intermediate
and beyond: 1.10 a.m., tl2.(S p.m. Arrive lrom
same points: 2.20 a.m., -fS.05 p.m.
Depart for Washington. f8 15 a. m iSJSo a. m.,
tl.55p. m.,f3.SOp.m.,f4.45p.m.,'f4.oOp.m. Arrive
from Washington, t6Ja.m 7.50a.m., 18.50 a.m.,
flO.25 a.m.,t2 S5p.m.,-f 2p.m.
Depart for Wheeling, 8.30 a. m., fl2.05 n'n.,
f2.45 p. m., f6.10 p. m. Arrive from Wheeling,
tS.45a.m., f3 05p.m. d;50p. m.
Poxucah Sleeping Cars and Pullman Dikiiq
Cars run through. East and Wat, on principal trains
of both Systems.
Local Sleeping Cars rannin? to Colnmbns, Cin
cinnati, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Toledo and Chicago
are ready for occupancy at Pittsburgh Union Station
at 9 o'clock p. m.
Time Tables of Through and Local Accommoda
tion Trains of either system, cot mentioned above, can
be obtained at 110 Fifth Avenue and Unit Station,
Pitttborjh, and at principal ticket offices of tW Penn.
tylvlEil Lines West of Pittsburgh.
DaOj. tZz.8nndar. tEx. Saturday. IZx.Xesrfar.
JOSEPH WOOD, E. A. FORD,
ttainl Hxugtr. Eesertl Eisunjw Aral,
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD
Schedule In effect Sept. 3, 1832. Kastern time.
xot n asnmgton. D.
C lialtluiore. Phila
delphia and New
York. '3 00 a m and
6 50, '8 00 a nr, la
9 :o p m.
6 60. 8 00. 53 30 a m,
: 10. ?4 15, j 00 and
9 20 p in.
JC50, 'SCO. 3 30a m:
Jl 10, ti 15 and ii 0U
For Mt. Pleasant.
;s 60 ana M ooam:?l 10, laandpwpra.
For Washington, Pa., 7 aland 9 JO a m, '4 00,
J4 45. 7 80 p m.
For Wheeling. 1 50 and J9 33 a m. '4 00. 7 30,
For Cincinnati and St. Louis. 7 3) a m.
V 30 and 111 55 p m. For Cincinnati 11 55 p m, Sat
For Columbus, ? 20 a m. V 30 and 111 55
For Ifewark, 7 20 a m. "7 30 and 11155 pm.
For Chicago. "7 20 am and "7 30 p m.
Trains arrive from, New York. Philadelphia. Bat
tlmore and Washington. Jfflsm.'Oom. i rom
Columbus, Cincinnati and Chioapo, "3 soatn. 'i a
p m. From Wheeling-. 8 50 and 10 45 a m. it 15.
57 55 and "8 40 pm. . ,,
Parlor and sleeping cars to Baltimore. v ashlns
ton, Cincinnati and Chicago.
Daily. JDally except Sunday. Sunday only.
ISatnrrtay only. Daiiy except Saturday.
The Pittsburg Transfer Company Ttlll call for and
check baggage from hotels and residences upon
orders left at B. O. ticket office, corner Filth
avenue and Wood street, and 639 Smlthfield street
J. T. ODELL. CHAS. (). SCULL,
General Manager. Gen. Pasi. Agent.
"TO HOME-SEEKERS AND INVESTORS
M EVER OFFERED BEFORE.
Call at the office of Kensington Improvement Company,' No. 79
Fourth ave., Pittsburg, for free transportation to Kensington
In Effect Jvtsb 12, 1891.
Trains wllllenve Union Station, Pittsburg
as follows (Eastern Standard Time):
MAIN LIXE EASTWABD.
Pennsylvania Limited of Pullman Vestibule Cars
dally at 7:15a, m.. arriving at liarrisburz at 1:5.1
p. m.. Philadelphia 4:43 p. m.. .New York 7:00
Keystone -Lxpress dailv at 1:20 a. m arriving at
Harrisbnrg 8:25 a. m.. Baltimore 11:15 a. m..
Washington 12:20 p. m.. Philadelphia 11 rS a. m..
New York 2:00 p. m.
Atlantic Kxpress dally at 3:30 a. m.. arriving at
Harrlsburg 10:30 a. m., Philadelphia 13 a m..
New York 4.00 p. m.
Barrisburg Accommodation dally, except Sunday,
5:25 a. m.. arriving at Harrlsburg 2:50 p. m.
Day Express dally at 8:00 a. m.. arriving at nar
rfsburz 3:20 p. m Philadelphia 6:50 p. m.. New
York 9:S5 p. m lsaltlmore 6:45 p. m., Washing
ton 3:15 p. m.
Mall train Sunday only, 6:40 a. m., arrives Harris
burg 7:00 d. m.. Phlfidelphia 10:55 p. m.
31ail .Express dally 12:50 p.m., arriving st Harris-.
JSIf a,O:,0o..l m" cnriectlng at Harrlsburg: for
Philadelphia Kxpress dally at 4:30 p. m.. arrlvlns;
at Harrlsburg-10 a. m.. Philadelphia 4:25 a. m
ana New York .:10 a. m.
Eastern Express at 7:10 p. m. dally, arriving Har
rlsburg 2:10 a.m., Baltimore 6rM a. m.. Wash
ington 7:3?l a. m.. Philadelphia 5:0a a. ra. and
New York 7:40a.m.
Fast Line, dally at8:10 p. m. arriving at Harrls
burg 3:30 a. ra., Philadelphia 8:50 . m.. New
Yort 9:30 a.m.. Baltimore 6:20 a. ra Washing
ton 70 a. ra.
All through trains connect at Jersev city with
boats of "Brooklyn Annex" for Brooklyn. N.Y.-
avoidlng double ferriage and journey through New
Johnstown Accom.. except Sunday. 3jto p. m :
GreeusburgAccom.. ll:30.p ra..weekaays:I0:3C
p. in. bundays. Greensbjrg Express 5:15 p. m..
txcept Sunday. Derry Impress 11:00 a. m.. ex
Waft Accom.. 5:23. 6:00. 7:40. P:35, 8:50, 9:40. 10:30,
11:00 a. m.. 12:13. 12:50. 1:20. 230, 3I0. 4:00, tin.
:15. 8:01. 6:45, 7:23. 9:00, 10:20. 11:30 p. riV. 12:10
sight, except Monday. Sum ay, :. 10.30 a. m.,
12:25. 12: 2:3iJ. 4:30, 5:30, irla, 9:30, 10:30 p. ra.
and 12:10 night.
Wllklnsbnrir Accom., 6:23. 6:00. 6:13. 6:43. 7:00.
7:25, 7:40, 8:11'. t:35. 8:50. 9:40, 10:30, 11:0a 11:10a.
m. 12:01. 12:15. 12:30. 12:50. 1:20, 1:30, 2:00, 2:W
3:15, 2:40. 4:(C. 4:10. 4:23. 4:25, 4:50. 5: CO, 5:15. 5:30,
6:45. 6:00. 6:10. 6:43. 7:25. 8:20. 9:00, 9:15, 10:20,
J1:00, 11130 p. m. week-iavf. and 12:10night, ex- .
cept Monday, tunday, 5:30. 8:40. 10:30 a. m..
n-.S. 12:50. 1:30, 2:30, 4:30, 5:30, 7:20, 9:00, 9:33.
30:30n. m.. 12:10 r.igh .
Braddock Accom.. 5:55. 6:00, 6:15, 6:45. 7.00. 7:25,
7:40, 8:00, 8:10, 8:35, 8:50. 9:40. 10:30. 11:00. 11:10.
a. m 12:01. 12:15, 12:30, 12:50. I SB, 1:30. 2:00, 2:30,
3:15. 3:40, 4:00, 4:10, 4:25, 4:30, 4:35. 4:50. 5:00, 5:15,
5:30, 5:45. 6:C0. 6:20. 6:45, 7:25. 8:20. 9:00, 9:45. 10:JO
11:00, 11:30 p. m. week-dars, and 12:10 night, ex
cept Mondav. Sunday. 5:30, 8:00, 8:40, 10:T0a.m..
12:25. 12:50, 1:30. 2:30. 4:30, 5:30. 7:20, 9:00, 9: JO,
10:30 p. in.. 12:10 nliht.
bOTITHAVEST PEN BAILWAY
For Unlontown 5:23 and 3:35 a. m., 1:2) and 4:25 p.
OX AND AFTER MAT 23. 1S1I.
For jrononiahela Cltv. West Brownsville and
Unlontown. 10:43 a. m. For Jlonongahela Cltv
and West Brownsville. 7:15 and 10:40 a. m.. anl
4:50p.m. On Sunday. 8:55 a. m. and 1:01p.m.
ForMonongahela Cltv only. :ot and 5:50 p. m.
week-days. Dravosburg Accom.. 6:00 a. m. and
8:20r, m. week days. West Elizabeth Accom.
3:35 a. m.. 4:13. 6:30, and 11:33 p. m, Sunday.
9-40 p. m.
1V.EST PEXXSYLYASIA DIVISION.
OS ASD AFTER IC.VC S 1392.
FromFEDEKAL bfEEET STATION, Allegheny
For Sprlngdale. week-davs. 6:20. 8:43. 9:23. 10:48.
11:50a. m.. 1:30. 2:23. 4:00. 5:00. 5:45. 6:10. 6:20.
8:10. 10:30 and 11:40 p. m. Sundays, 12:33 and9:W
For Butter, week-days. 6:20. 8:45. 10:40 a. m.. 3:li
and 6:10 p. rn.
For Freeport. week-days. 65, 8:. 10:40 a. ra..
3:15, 4:0ii. 5:X). 8:10. 10:30 and 11:40 p. m. Sun
days 12:"!5 and 9:30 p. m.
For Apollo, week-davs. 10:40 a. m. and 5:00 p. m.
ForPaulton and Blalrsvllle, week-days. 6:55a. m
3:15 and 10:30 p.m.
JWThe Excelsior Baggnge Express Companv
will call for and check bargmrn from hotels anl
residences. Time cards and full Information caa
be obtained at the tlctet offices No. 110 Fifth av
nuc. corner Fourth avenue and Try street aad
CHAS. E. PUGIL 3. R. WOOD.
General Manager. Gen'lPass'r Agent.
PITTsBUKG AND LAKE ERIE RAILEOAD
Company. Schedule In eflect Mav 13. 1392.
Central tlniei Depart For Cleveland. 8 CO a.m..
1.53, 4.3', D 45 p. m. For Cincinnati. Chicago and
St. Louis. 1,55. 9 45 p. m. For Buffalo. 8.00 a.m ,
4.20. 9.45, p. rn. For Salamanca. 3 00 a. ra., I.5
9.45p. m. For Youngstown and NewCastle,6.00.
3 00. 11.30 a. in.. l.i3, 3 30. 4.20. 9.45 p. m. For
Beaver Fall. 6.00. 7.00, 8.0O, 11.30 a.m.. 184.108.40.206.
220.127.116.11, 9.4 p.m. For Chartlers, 18.104.22.168.
6.00. 16.45. 7.00. 7.37. 7. 50. 13.00. 8 30. 22.214.171.124,
111.45 a. m.. 12.10. 1.00. 2.00. 3.X, 4.03, 14.20, '4.23.
5.10. 5 20, '3.00, 19.43, 10.00 p. m.
AliRIVEFrom Cleveland. S:20 a. m., '12:3,
5:13. 7:"0 p. ra. From Cincinnati. Chicago and St.
Louis ':30a. m '12:30. 7:7) p.m. From Buf
falo. S:30 a. m . 12:30. 9:30 p. m. From Salamanca,
6:0. 10:00a. m., 7:30 p. ra. From Youngstown
and New Castle. B:30. 7:25. '10:00 a. m.. '12:30.
5:15, 7:30. 90 p. m. From 3eavcr Falls. 5:20.l:30,
4iK iu ii a in.. i:.u. j: v. o:io. :du. u:jup. in.
P.. C. & Y. trains for Mansfleld, 7:37 a. m., 12:10.
4:03p.m. For lisplen and Beechmont. 7:37a. zn.,
4:03 p. m.
P.. C JSY. trains fromMansdeld. 7.U,1I;50 a.
m.. 2:37r-jn. FzOm Beechmont; 7:31, 11:50 a.m.
V.. McK.1T. K.R.-IEPART-ForNew Haven,'-- .
3:20 a. m.. '3:00 p. m. For West Newton. '8:20 a.
m.. 3:0a 5:25 p. in.
ARRIVE-From New Haven. 9;00a. m., 4r57p.
m. From ATcst Newton, 6:35, "9:00 a. m., '4:07
For McKeesport. Elizabeth. Monongahtla City
and Bellevernon, "6 M0. 11:05 a. m.. '4:00 p. m.
From Belle ernon. Monongahela City. Eliza
beth and MeKeesport. "7:43 a. m.. 12:55. '5:05 p. m.
'Dally. ISundays only. STo and from New Cas
City Ticket Office. 633 Smlthfleld Street.
ALLEGHENY YALLEY RAILWAY CO.
Taking effect June 26. 1892. trains will leave
and arrive at Union station. Pittsburg, eastern
sundard time: Buffalo express Leaves at 8:20 a.
in.. 8:50 p. m. (arriving at Buffalo at 5:45 p. m. and
7:20a. mOtDnBolsandWlUUmsport. 8:20a. rn..
arriving at Willlamsport 6:43 p. m.: ar
rives at 7:03 a. ra., 6:35 p. m. Oil City
and DnBois express Leaves 6:00 a. m.. 8:20 a.
m.. l:Jnp. la.: arrives 1:00, 6:33. 10:20 p. ra. Em
lenton Leaves 3:4-5 p. m. : arrives 10:00 a. m. Kit
tanning Leaves 9:05 a. m., 5:00 p. in; arrives 8:53
a. m., 5:55 p. in. Braeburn Leaves 6:50. m..
12:05 p. m., 3:S) p. m., 6:15 p. m; arrives 6:40 a. m..
8:1)3 a. ro.. 1:43 p. m.. 7:40 p. m. Valley Camp
Leaves 19:15 a. m.. 2.30. 9:30. 11:30. p. m.; arrives
6:40 a. m.. 12:30. 4:4a 11:40 p. m. Hulton Leavrs
7:50 p. m. : arrives 9:20 p. m. Sunday trains Buf
falo express Leaves S:20 a. ra.. 8:50 p. m.; arrive
7:05 a. m.. 6:35 p. in. Emlenton Leaves 9:03 a.m. ;
arrles9:15p. m. Klttannlng Leaves 12:40 p.m.;
arrives 10:15 p. m. Braeburn Leaves 9:pi0p.m.t
arrives 7:10 p. m. Pullman parlor buffet car on
day trains and Pullman sleeping car on night trains
between Pittsburg and Buffalo. Ticket offices. No.
110 Fifth av. and union station. .
DAVID MCCAUGO, JAMES P. ANDEP.SON".
Gen'l Supt. Gen. Pass. Apt,
PITTSBURG AND WESTERN RAILWAY
Schedule In effect May 15. 1892 (Central time).
Depot cor. Anderson st. and Kiver av.. Allegheny.
Depart for Chicago. 2:00 p. m. Solid train with
Pullman sleeping car. For Kane, Bradford, t7:10
a.m. ForCIarlou. 17:10 a. m.. 12:00 p. m. For
Foxburg. 7:lffa. ra.. t2:00. 14:25p.m. ForBuffalo.
Erie. Meadvllle. 17:10 a. in. For Greenville.
Slercer, Grove ulty. 17:10a. m.. t2:C0 p.m. For
Akron. Cleveland, 17:10 a. ra.. 2:00p. m. For New
Castle. "7:11 a- m.. '2:00. t3:05 p. in. For Butler,
16:30. 7:10. t9:30a. rn.. lOO. Hr25. t5:15p. m.
1 rains arrive: From Kane, 16:43 p. ra. ; Clarion.
111:30 a. m.. 16:45 p. m.s Foxburg. t9:05. tU:30 a.
m.. t6:45 p. m. : Fife. t3:50 p. m. : Greenville, Mer
cer, tll:30 a. m t3:E0 p. m.: Akron. 115 a. m..
16:45 p-m.: N"W Castle. 19:05. '11:55 a. m.. 8M
p. m.: Butler. 17:00, 19:05. 111:30a. ra., 13:50, 6,4S
p. m.i from Chicago. '11:55 a. m.
Dally, t Except Sunday.
OF PUREST WATER,
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