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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH," WEDNESDAY, "' DECEMBER 7, 1892.
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LARGE GAINS ARE FREQUENTLY OBTAINED FROM THESE SMALL ADS.
LATE NEWS IN BRIEF.
Seattle sj-mpathrtitrftritue murderer
of Editor Boyd.
Eibot's rrench Cabinet held Its flrst
The reported massacre of Belgian .expe
ditions ia Africa Is confirmed.
A heavy fognrevalled over the lakes and
the Mississippi Valley yesterday.
Fred Marsh, one or the most dangeronj
counterfeiters in the country, was arrested
in Milwaukee 31onday night.
There is war anions the members of the
Toledo Board of Education, caused by al
leged religious discrimination.
or the Anarchists on trial at Jerez.
Spain, S9 were acquitted and the others sen
tenced to long o? We terms of Imprison
ment. A Burlington Kailroad freight train
broke In two near Corona, Col., and in the
collision which followed four bridge car
penters were killed.
David Block, manufacturer of tinware at
3 to 130 Ilester street, Xew York, has made
nn assignment, giving pwlemce! ito the
East Mae Bank aggregating $08,653 for money
loaned. The total liabilities are $132,000, and
the assets amount to about $30,000.
The machinists in the gunshop of the
Watervliet, X. Y arsenal, who struck last
Idondiy, have returned to work, witn tne
exception of the two men dIscbarged.Ior.re
juMng to operate tw lathes, and in sympa
thy with whom the others struck.
A decision lias been rendered in the cel
ebrated "coney skin" case bv the Boston
Circuit Court of Appeals sustaining tho ver
dict or Judge Colt, or the United States Cir
cuit Court. Judce Colt ruled that the Board
or General Appraisers was right in its find
ing that the skins in dispute ought to be ad
mitted duty free.
The Pacific Mail Steamship Company's
implication to enjoin tho Tiinnma IlRilroad
Company rrom making contracts with any
other steamship companies was to have
been arcued in the Sew York Supremo
Court ve'terday, but was adjourned by con
sent. There is some talk about tho case be
ing tried before a rereree.
BmoHTOx, O. Attempts at incendiarism
have been numerous of late.
Tittsville Lehman TJIlman, the leading
drygoods merchant or this city, was found
(lead at his home.
TA-vrxQUA Schwartz's dynamite mill blew
up Mondav, completely wrecking the build
ing and blowing John Hodgers, a -workman,
Waye, TV. Va. W. J. Riley, a well-known
contractor, who has Just completed a new
Court House here, has disappeared and left
creditois who want about $7,000.
SorTB Bethlehem The Bessemer rail mill
of the Bethlehem Iron Company shut down
veetcrc'nv morning. Cause. lack of orders.
About 1 30 men are out of employment. The
c lanue does not affect armor plate and gun
SrosraoEO, Pa. Developments in the coal
business in Mercer county have thrown the
entire coal land or the county into the hands
of a s. ndicatc, and the prospects now aio
pood for a new branch of the Lake Shore
J'tiltoad to branch off near this town and
mn through the mining community south of
here direct to Grovo City.
Gr-ovx Crnr There is trouble among tho
seniors in Grove City College, growing out
o' pi eparations for the commencement.
The cls.s met to make its selections, and D.
i:. Walters, a law student, was olected
Mieal.cr ly a majority or seven. The choice
i as not satisfactory to those who are sttidy
:nc or tho ministry, and they put up R. J.
"iven. but lie ms defeated. C X. Moore
nns teen offered the honor, but he de
clined it. The dissatisfied members threaten
t lie v will not take part in the class day exer
cises. I nix A few days ago Miss Howard Allen,
t '.i . was isiting in this place, was taken ill
n itl diphtheria. She summoned her home
pixsician. Di Stutzman, and in his com
j).t'i drov in n public hack to the Pitts
1 iir .Ft Wayne and Chicago Bailroad depot
cue tn ik thowcst bound train to Van Wert
Tiin Wert authorities promptly quaran
t iic d nor S-he died Monday and the rail
load ioi:ipiny will prosecute tho doctor.
1 c iiiick m v.bicu she rode to the depot has
been tumizated and ordered out of service,
und tiie r-iilroad people are trying to learn
tl j number of the coach she occupied.
Br-Ai i r. FAtAs-Firty girls employed at the
A t Tile W orks, are on a strike because
their petition to be allowed to quit work
ne minutes before tno whistle blows at
no.in a refused. The flrst trouble of any
j. id .lint has hapnened at the Carnegie
n.ilis in this place since they resumed opora-
o i-, occurred Monday evening. James
utoride, a roller, got into a controversy
wi'h his helper, Thilllp Lynch, who with a
pair ot tongs dealt Ki'.lbride a terrible blow
iver the head. I-atcr Lynch returned to the
n ill ni.d tried to get theother men to go out
on another SiriKe. Tho men Jumped onLynch
and gave him a terrible beating.
Tkst Bromo Koltzcr for insomnia
I'e me iftiuiu lOca bottle
31LLTT1NGS AND NOTICES.
MrMRFRS OF SJIOKY CITY COUNCIL NO.
' i JrO. V. A. M.. arc requested to assemble
a thi uieetlne room. THCRSOAY. December 8.
is i at l r. st.. to attend the funeral of our late
brother. Frank L. Urokaw.
THF KFYSTOXE BREWING COMPANY,
Limited Notice of Dissolution and Appolnt
rrrv of Licunlatlng Trustees. Notice is hereby
ci en that the Ke-slone Brewing Company, Llm
iU 1 a partnership aoclation organized under
a -rt of the General As'embly of the Common
wcftti f renuytvanla entitled "An act author
ise .if the formation of nartnershln associations in
v biMi the capital subscribed shall alone be re-.
tpn klDle lor ttieneDls oi tne association, except
t.i li r certain circumstances' approved June 2,
If 74 and the supplements thereto, bv articles dated
November 2. IsSo. recorded in the Recorder's
office of Allegheny county, Pennsylvania, In
I -urea I'artnersnin ltook. vol 4. psge z. ana
am r.ded articles dated October Vi. 18S7. recordea
In &ald Recorder's office in Limited Partnership
Iin k Vol. 5. page 539. at a meeting: or its mem
bers he id October 22, 1832. by vote of a majority in
m.Tner and value of interest did resolve and de
tenrine that said association be dissolved, and
Ditcfl" herehr given also that at said meeting of
t'tn,ier22, 1392. Joseph Lautncr. Martin Lappe,
jtn Benjamin Schmidt were elected as liquidating
tr--.er:. to wiuii up said association and to apply
and distribute lt'sets according to law.
J i. E. G. FERGUSON, .
JOSEPH L AUTNEE.
1'ERSONALbr. ilcGranor's Imperial Treat
ment. 3K) Wylie av.
1jER-ONAl Ladles House girls waiting for
places. Exchange. ?10 Penn ay.
PERSONAL Superfluous hair removed by elec
tric needle; consultations free. Mrs. Elliott.
(M Penn av.
1.i.If""NAL-creait, yes. creait, on line aress
eooat, silks, satins, wraps, etc. at J. Dwyer's
Room McCance lilock. 701 Miutliflcld.
PERSON AL For Christmas presents go to Stew
art's, CO Federal St.. Allegheny, where you
pet r.nc cabinet photos and crayon portraits.
PLUSONAL Christmas presents, -SO per cent
saved: no downtown expenses: new lot ladles'
and cents" slippers; call and see them. Stanton's,
50j Forbes av
IJERSONAL-Prot George Markley. practical
phrenologist, graduate of the American Insti
tute of Phrenology. Office hours, 3 to 9 P. M. ; ex
amrnation. U 8 sencca st.. city.
IjER'-ONAL ilair. moles, etc. on laaies races
permanently destroyed by the electric needle
without pais or scar: consultation free. Miss
fctrcng. office 903 Penn av.. Dickson building.
IjLRsONAL Ladles wisnlngto take Tnrko Kace
Baths or face massage for removing blemishes
and Improving the complexion will please visit my
parlors aivuo icdd av.. ijusuurK. .him auerwoou.
PERSONAL Ton arc ruptured: wc can cure
you no cure, no pay: hen cured It costs you
13. or 3 ou can wort a lew hours and It will cost you
nothing tend 2c sump Hayden Co., Box D No.",
V Indham, Me.
PERGONAL Pictures mirrors and crayon por
traits Yon can save from 1 1 to S5 on each pur
t' ase. n line line of artist proof etchings at a sac
rt:ce, cash or credit: training done to order. T.
C McElroy. No. 2 Sixth tt.. upstairs.
IEESON AL Young married lady would like any
number of young wives to know that she has
a most excellent recipe for the promotion of peace
and happiness in the home circle; sena your hts
biad's clothes to Dlekson, the tailor, who will
c an. press and repair them at a moat moderate
ex t For proof sec Dickson, the Tailor. 65 Fifth
av.. second floor. Telephone IKS.
FOUND-Prof. Markley. the Pnrenolorlst, will
remove on or about Decemberl2to46) Forbes
TTOr " D-A. Carhion. 109 Carson st, Southslde. Is
J. c-rrjlnc the flnest stock or America na Swiss
watches at lowest prices.
OC nd-The onlr reliable tree hana portfalt
fticti in ri-ftvnn &nd water colors; flnst
Mn Anl- 11 vsvnVlr ArrT 4n rlndowa In nmianpsi
oithe public: order now and payror Christmas:
itcrc6 open until 8 r. JI. : satisfaction guaranteed
or no charge. Jos. P. Cowan. rr Union Ar
tists' Portrait Co.. flrst floors 70S -ty st 637
Wcod st: Branch 3 Ohio ft. -nplsy BO
geau, "ACicpnoM ium
AS- Classified real estate advertisements on this
Tage ten cents per line for each insertion, and
none taken for less than twenty cents.
UNTIL FUKTHEB NOTICE
ADVERTISEMENTS ON THIS PAGE
Classified wider the following headings will be ac
cepted at tho rate of
OlfE CENT PER WORD
FOE EACH INSERTION when paid Tor in ad
vance either at mala or branch offices.
Wanted Advertisements of All Kinds,
MALE HELP, BOARDrNO,
riSUM HELP, BOARDERS,
PERSONALS. - TO EET BOOMS.
MISUELLAJVEOTJS FOK SAXES,
XOST AND rOUND.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH.
Cor. Smlthfleld and Diamond Streets.
BRANCH OFFICES AS FOLLOWS. WHERE
WANTS. TOR SALE. TO LET AND OTHER
TRANSIENT ADVERTISEMENTS WILL BE
RECEIVED UP TO 9 P. M. FOK INSERTION.
Advertisements should be prepaid unless adver
tisers already Iistc accounts with The DisrATcn.
FOR ALLEGHENY. NO. 107 FEDERAL Sr.,
FOR THE SOUTHSIDE. " CARSON ST.,
TELEPHONE NO. 603.
FOR THE EAST END, J.W.WAXiACji, 6121
THOMAS MCCAFFREY. S509 Butler st.
FJI1L G. STUCKEY. I4th street and Penn avenue.
F. H. EGGERS i SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
THOMAS JICHENRY. Western and Irwin aT.
BAKBER-FIrst-class man. Inquire of John
Hutchison, larentum, W. P. It. B.
BABBER for next Saturday. John Raab, No. 75
Chartlers St., Allegheny.
BOY-A stout boy to work, in store: reference re
quired. Apply at J. K. McKee 4 Co's., Mm.,
1CE9 Liberty st. .
TOT A bright office boy. No. 60 4th ave., room
C1AN VASbEHS-Fcw goon men: good pay
J Wheeler & Wilson Mfg. Co.. 6 Sixth St.
CANVASSERS Latest novelties: big commls-
- Eion. iifiiounuiiv., iwuiu.
COMroSITOR-On country weekly- A
George J. Campbell, vt est Elizabeth. Pa
COOK-A meat and pastry coo, to Roto East
Liverpool: must be gilt-edged and not drink.
Address, immediately. Turnbull & Hyde, Hotel
Grand. East Liverpool. O.
ClOrY-HOLDER First-class copy-holder: only
man of experience need apply. Address Box
Z. Z., Dispatch omce.
RIVER-A good driver. Apply at 543 Fifth av..
DRUG CLERK-Kcgtstered with 10 years' ex
perience: must be a sober man and speak En
glish and German, and give good rerereiif-emone
other need apply. Address Somnal. Dispatch
pOOD. strong boy. W. Y. Dermitt & Co., 407
MAN A voung man. well acquainted in Alle
gheny," to assist In real estate office; call at
once. John K. Ewlng & Co.. 107 Federal st.
MIXERS-At Old .Eagle Mines. Elkhora station,
McKeesnort , Belle Vernon B. R.. ltn eol
ored. practical miners wlih tools: houses furnished
to miners with ramllles: wages based on scale
adopted by railroad coaloperatorsorsame district:
mines are now In operation. Apply to superin
-nBINTER-Flrst-class. all-round, competent
JL foreman lor country newspaper and Job office
with cylinder press; must be good co-iiposltor,
willing and no bad habits; wages reasonable to be
gin, about 12. George J. Campbell, West Eliza
SALESMEN to handle our ramons patent Foun
tain Ink Eraser, the latest and most complex
eraser ever invented, overcoming tvery objection
to the old erasers: used like afountain pen: will
erase Ink and other stains Instantly: leaves no
mark and has no equal: will sell Itself when its
perfect work is 6hown. We give exclusive terri
tory, and allow from 150 to 300 per cent profit: on
receipt or 50 cents will mall sample with price list
and terms: also a sample or our celebrated Plnless
Clothes Line for50eents. or sample of both rorSL
Plnless Clothes Line Co., No. 97 Hermoa su.
SALESMEN and Streetmen-Our new game, the
Prize Ring Contest. Illustrating a Id-round
boxing match, is the latest Tad: played with tops,
and interesting to old and young: Is selling fast
eierywhcre:10to loa day while the craze lasts;
catch on quick; sample 3c The Clipper ilfg. Co..
SALESMEN To sell Wlejrand's frame hanger for
pictures, cravons. mirrors, signs, etc. : no pic-
lure nangi penccnj M,mu. . ,, va- ...
Hanger CO.. 1232 Penn av.
SALESMAN A first-class reliable salesman lor
city trade: salary or commission. Taylor i,
irean, jiarKe. sirueu
SOLICITOKS WANTED-J80tofl50 permo..pald.
AddressatonceJ.M. Kennedy, (jen.agt.. New
SOLICITOR Immediately, a good sollcltbr. Ap
ply to 124 Collins av.
SOLICITOR First-class solicitor at 601 Times
ST3NOGRAPHEE!j-Two bright jonng men
ntcnojrraDbcrs: fair salary and permanent posi
tions; we always have vacancies for competent
male stenographers. Call at Private Shorthand
Institute, 315 Smlthfleld st, flttsburg.
STENOGRAPHER AND TYPEWRIIERTo act
also as ceneral clerk; young unmarried men
only need applv. Aadress. giving references and
amount of practical experience, G. G.C., Dispatch
TAILOR-Who understands pants mating, to help
a coat maker, to gn to Kensington. Inquire of
Frank Klcca. 100 Webster av., before 10 o'clock
A. M. .'
TEACHER-A guitar teacher. Address E. H
rpiNNEKS-Three tinners at once at John P.
JL bchaffer's. 70 and 72 Wylie av.. Pittsburg.
AGENTS Salarv or commission to agents to han
dle the Patent Chemical ink Erasing Pencil!
the most useful and novel invention of the age;
erases Ink thoroughly in two seconds: works like
magic: 200 to 500 per cent profit: agents making
50 per week: we also want a general agent to take
charge of territory ana appolnssub agents: a rare
chance to make money. Write for terms and sam
ple of erasing, Monroe Eraser Mfg. Co., X 10, La
A GENTS-We want men who are already travel
ing salesmen to carry our lubricants as a side
line; name references and territory. Manufact
urers' Oil Co.. Cleveland, O.
AGENTS for new sanitary article UFed in every
nome and office: exclusive territory: big
proflts. Columbia Chcm. Co., 337 Sedgwick it,
AGENTS for the best combination books and en
gravings ever offered; a bonanza for the holi
days. P. v. Garfield, Cleveland, o.
AGENTS wanted in every town; either sex: J5
per dav; send for circulars. Chicago Ticket
Mfg. Co.. S8 State St., Chicago, Bl.
AGENTS Every county; great snap; inclose
stamp. Dr. Jenkins Griffith. U'hird and
AGF.NTS-K to f7 dally: experience unnecessary.
Putnam &. Co., Perfumers. West Wlnsted.Ct.
Female Help Vf anted.
ClOOK A good cook, female preferred, to take
J charge or private restaurant for manufactur
ing establishment: permanent position to right
party. Address, with reference, Restaurant, Dis
COOK-Flrst-class, for restaurant Apply at
once, 609 smlthUeld st
i OOK8-Houseglrls: places free and waiting. Ex
j change. 910 Penn av.
GIRL A respectable girl, between 10 and 18 years
old, for general housework by family of two;
must be good washer and lroner; can sleep at home
If she wishes: high wages paid. Apply 405Terry.
St., near Liberty.
IRL for general housework; must be a good
cook. Apply at ricsering's, icin aua ram.
GIRLS for general housework, also kitchen girls.
' Mrs. Heastlugs, 55i Grant st. room 6.
HOUSEGIRLS Places free. Exchange, 910 Penn
LADIES or ocng men to take light pleasant
work at their owwhomes Si to S3 per day can
be quietly made; work sent by 'mall;, no canvass
ing. For particulars address Jlobe Mfg. Co., Box
5331. Boston, Mass. Established 1830.
SALESLADIES Experienced salesladies to sell
toys, books, holiday goods, etc.: positively
none need apply unless experienced: rererruces re
quired; apply before 11 A. It Fleishman A Co.,
504. 505 and 508 Market st T
STENOGRAPHER Lady, t tenegrapher at once;
one understanding donblc-cntry bookkeeping;
good salary and permanent position to right party.
Apply to Private bhorthand Institute, No. 31S
Houseglrls; situations free; good places.
Central Agency. I Sixth st
PARTNER with t&000 to 110,000 In a flrst-class
manufacturing business; will bear strict in
vestigation: correspondence conndentltl. Address
Z... Dispatch office. '
WANTED Rooms Two or three unrurnlshcd,
centrally located, with bath: 'must be reason
able. Addrest B, B., Dispatch office.
Male and Female Help Wanted.
LLP Man cook, farm hands, colored tOT.thre
!...... Hl.l.wacrtors rilnlniT mATTl Qir(S-
chambermaids, family cook, honse girls, girl for
chamberwork and nursing, colored cook, man
aging housekeeper; all ant-class: report here:
largo numbers are employed dally. Median's
Agency, 545 G rant st
ANTED-Governess. lady's-maid, French
.ni nm,n nnrflni pnntiL cnambermalcs.
,, A..UU..I....... ..-. ---. ---"-i --i ,... r, -
dining room gins, nunaresse u mnuji
man and colored girls, hotel and resuurant help.
Dorters, drivers, larm hands white and colored
waiters! 2 colored boys. Miss Dolan, successor to
Mrs. Thompsou, 0C3 Grant st,
THMPLOYMENT by a young man of 20 good
rt habits: either in office or otherwise. Adircas
Work, Dl5patcu omce.
EXPERT ACCOUNTANT seeks evening emplny
menl: books posted, audited, balanced. L.,
4 Carlisle Place, Fftth av.
POSITION By a young man or 18. who Is not
afraid or work, to clerk in store or do collect
ing. Address G. O.. Dispatcn omce.
POSITION WANTED-Shipplng clerk, either In
store or lor a factory. Address 8. B. T., Dis
POSITION" for a good male stenographer. Ad
drcss K. 21, Dispatch office.
SITUATION A genfeman. with seve ral years'
cxpcrince as city and outside salesman and
co'lector wishes situation; can give nest or rerer
ences and boud ir required. Address Salesman,
S SITUATION As foreman carpenter! good
k . .. i.t..l. IihIMI.h nif nimil
kj uraugntsman. uuuciManua uumuupij.u.i". m-.
can handle men: long experience. Address Lock
-Rfi-rui P. O- Pittsnurg. "
SITUATION-By a stenographer and clerk or
bookkeeper. Address Stenographer, Dispatch
SITUATION-Sieady work by an experienced
seamstress. Address B. E Dispatch office.
ITUATION-By a harnessmakcr; good refer
ences. J. U. Martin, snaron, jra
BENSWANGERi ZAHN-Fire .insurance.
JOHN K. EWING & CO.. 107 Federal St., make
quick loans: money ready.
MONEY to loan on mortgages: can match any
sum desired; no delay. Piper & Clark, 131
MORTGAGES on city or Allcgncny county
property at lowest rates. Henry A. Weaver.
&. Co.. 82 Fourth ay.
ON EY at 5 per cent: we have 450.000 to loan.
5300 Up. J. Vy. Auesos Ul., jum.u ...
rpo LOAN 20J,OOU on mortgages: $100 and np
i. ward at 6 per cent: S500.O0U at 4.S per cent on
residence or business property, vacant lots or
farms. S. H. French, TS t onrth av.
WANTED-Mort gages on Improved city or Alle
gheny city property. McCune Coulter, 83
Fourth a v.
ANTED To make you a quick loan oumort-
KilKl. oiiuci a ii ,i(.c, i w- ...... w . .
Hotels, Dining ami Lunch Booms.
ANCHOR nOIEL. Liberty, corner Fourth;
lodging per night, 25c, 43c 50c; week, (1 25.
HOTEL N ORWOOD Most popular resort In tne
East End: Duquesne electric cars pass the
door: finest accommodation for driving parties:
restaurant and bar attached: celeorated Moerleln's
Cincinnati beer on draught: reasonable; rates.
Frank Y. Over, proprietor, 262 to 270 Franks
OTEL FEDERAL, 171 Federal, Allegheny:
cl w, ;uay; epecini mica 'mcu iiu.ui.iim
HOTEL ROLL. 41 Eleventh st. near Union de
pot: clean, quiet dining room: meals. 25c;
beds, 25, SO and 75c: the bar contains the best
PUPILS Private shorthand pupils, day and
evening: circulars free. Private Shorthand
Institute, 315 Smlthfleld st. Pittsburg, Pa.
STUDENTS at Institute. 104 Fifth av., Pittsburg;
day and evening tisalons.
A McCABfc crayon portrait for Cnrlstmas pres-
TTiLECTRlCJirg. and SupplyCo.. 310 Blssell block.
bell wiring; electrical repairing a specialty;
I WILL give 20O for a yonng. sound, very dark
brown, dapple grev or black baroncbe horse,
weighing about l.lSl and 16 hands; must be spirited
and with good action. Address Dennis Sweeny,
Cor. Fourtet-nth and Etna sts., Sclioenberger
LADIES' Dlhlrg and Lunch Room Holiday
buyers when out shopping lnnch atKevau's
ladles' favorite lunching resort, 908 Penn av.
PAINTING and plate glass glazing. R. C. Miller,
526 Grant St. Pittsburg:
PURCHASER for new high-arm Singer, for sale
athair price: sewing machines from 85 np. at
sewing Machine Exchange, 17 Diamond st, Pitts
burg. SEWING machines repaired, sold, exchanged,
and satisfaction guaranteed lor little money, at
Sewing ilachlue Exchange, 17 Diamond st, Pllts
burg. TO RENT Storeroom and cellar fronting Liberty
st and laird av. 331 Liberty st
fl "RUN lis Hauled to ami rroin tne Last End for
L nrty cents. Campbell Jfc Davis. No. 12 Seventh
av. Telephone 276.
US. Jones' Bedbug Paralyzer Joies' Jlag
Roach Powder: roaches banished ty contract
satisfaction given or no pay. 222 Federal st, Alle
gheny. told by all flrst-class druggists.
WANTED To remonstrate against your error
in carrying a broken umbrella or none at all ;
at Ware's you can get vour umbrella covered aud
repaired while you wait or buy a new Gloria silk
for almost nothing. G. Ware's Umbrella Works,
24 Sixth st. opp. Bijou Theater.
Ylf ANTED All business men to, know that the
V Office Specialty Co., 105 Third ay., keep in
stock the latest and best office furniture. Sling
cabinets and labor-saving office specialties; work to
order and metallic vault fixtures are among their
WAN TED-Every body to know this is positively
the last month Aulrechtthe, popular photog
rapher, will take his One cabinets fnr8t a dozen;
come soon; bring the little ones. 77 Fifth ay.
TTfTANTED-Wood lathe, Friezcrand Dowel pin
V machine, second-hand: give description and
price. Address Cook Bros. JL Co., Southern av.,
"T7"ANTED-A flifteen to twenly-five-ton fly-
wheel, second hand. In good order. Address
with dimensions and price. Lock Box 69, Pitts
burg. WANTED-All kinds and classes or stores and
other business opportunities to sell. Write
for terms. J. H. Chambers Co., 108 Fourth av.
"VfJANTED-Harryme, Rube, and buy line fur
lY nlturc below cost at Mojle's, 165Laeockst.
WANTED-Contracts of ha-illng for all kinds or
wholesale houses at lowest rates. M. B.,
70!)D aud photo engraving: hair tones: electro-
ivping. Jiraguon. .a inunu air.
Rubber Stamps and Stencils For Sate.
GETyourruhbcrstamps. steel stamps, svncin.
seal presses, brass checks, etc from Sheaffer
t Co.. 4S Filth av.. Dads College building.
STENCILS, steel stamps,
teal presses, rubber stamps etc
W. A. buntlnz. 291ifthav.. cor. Market
Horses, Vehicles, Live Stock For Sal.
DELIVERY wagons-Delivery wagons all styles;
our own make, Wm. Bockcrt, 340 to 311 Ohio
St., Allegheny. Jc:cpnone343i.
HORSE The finest doctor's or family horse In
the city. 6 years old, weighing 1,180 pounds,
will scare at nothing and a very handsome animal:
perfect In every respect or no sale; must sell at
once. Address H. It., Dispatch office.
JIANOS Two good upright samplo pianos,
cheap. 40 Montgomery av., Allegheny,
miscellaneous For Sale."
370B SALE-2.0U0 cots, 2,000 blankets, 2.000 pll
. lows, lot of large tents, ranges, stores and
general restanrant equipment. Apply lo Home
stead Steel Works, Munhall, Pa., P., V. C. R.
AFE Folding doors: very cheap. 58 Diamond
AFE Barnes make: cheap. 58 Diamond st
SIDEBOARD, refrigerator and extension table,
almost new. Call at No. 2 Ophelia St., near
- 1 i
'IVWO extra pool and one billiard tables encap
X Inquire or address HIS Penn av.
Machinery and Metals For Sale.
BOILERS and engines, second hand: alt sizes
from 4 to 130 h. p.: cheapest In the market: Ci
boilers and engines In sto.k, stationary and porta
ble, upright boilers, mounted tarm engines, steam
pumps, governor, pullers and shafting. Tel. 3401.
a3-25 Part way. J. a. Young, Allegheny, P.
BRYANT and Acme automatic engines and boil
ers, hot water aud steam heating exhaust fans
and ventilating fly fans, water and electric motors,
d) names and electric lighting: general machinists,
engineers and contractors: stationary engine and
boilers. Tompkins & Ulrica, 316 Liberty st, Pitts
fTASH RGIsTER-Good as new: one-half price;
j tno sccoud-lnuff safes, fiat top desk, office
railing; bagatelle tab'e. 84 Diamond st
ENGINES and boilers or every description! brick
yard supplies; contractors' and rolungml lima
chlncrv. Thomas Carlla's Sons. Lacock and baa
'"XTATIONAL TTPEWRITER-Flrst-cIass order,
Xl with case. Lock Box 418. Apo lo. Pa.
nndbn) anew sewing machine at tho Sewing
Machine Exchange, 17 Diamond it , Pittsburg. . .
FOB SALE BUSINESS.
Business Opportunities Tor Sale.
CtLOTHING and gents' furnishing goods store;
J good town ori5.6 Inhabitants: stock will in
voice about 10.0C0: can be reduced to suit .pur
chaser: doing the leading business In the city: good
..'tr.i.tn. iinn lllanaleh office.
ICUtllll IV BE.mft ...-... ..-.. .
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town: no opposition; great chance. caloL
FOR SALE-An interest in a manuracturing
business in the city, a legitimate and old
established concern and making money: we hare
examined a statement of the condition or the com
pany which Is very satisfactory; the showing is
excellent: particulars will be given confidentially
ot ourofflce. Jas. W. Drape Co., 313 Wood st.
R SALE-JSSxery and restaurant 61 East
juaia st.. Dticui. s.
7URNI8HMENT and lease of the most select and
jl nnest uoaruinK "!.". "". " " ,-
cities: 23 elegantly furnished rooms, occupied by
roomers at a handsome profit: table board 7 per
week. Pcrclval & Gaston. 439 Grant st
GROCERY and meat market: central location;
doing 11,550 business a month; mustbe sold on
account or sickness of the owner. M. F. Hippie &
Co., 93 Fourth av. ,
HOTEL-Flrst-class, Canonsburg, Pa.:25 rooms:
good location, trade, etc.: cheap: closing up
an estate. Address Box 677, Pittsburg. Pa.
INTEREST Sixteenth Interest in t,0CO-acre oil
lease, in W. Va. ; well drilling adjoining. Ad
dress Fortune, Dispatch office.
LICENSED HOTEL for sale, doing good busi
ness, located in Klnzua, Pa. All particulars
from E. A. Coleman. YotlngsTllle, Pa.
MF.ATMARKE1-AU new furniture: will sell
for what It cost to start: good reason for
wanting to sen. Address M. M.. Dispatch offlee.
MILLINERY business on ill. Oliver: business 8
rears old. and the only one of Its kind on the
street: good reasons for selling. Call on or address
John S. Ferguson & Co.. 1112 Carson st
Business Properties For Sale.
BELLEFONTE ROLLING MILL, with cut nail
department: cheap coal and iron of a superior
quality at its door give It great advantage over
otner plants east or the Allegheny mountains: for
sale or rent on reasonable terms. For full particu
lars address the Commortwcalth Guarantee. Trust
and Sare Deposit Company, Trnstee, Harrlsburg.
EOR SALE-A paying distillery, established 1852.
In flrst-cla65 order, with a capacity or 200
bushels per dav; good reasons for selling. Address
H. A. V Dispatch office.
INVESTMENT-Flne brick business house In
Wilklnsburg paying 8 per cent; sold cheap In 10
days; a bargain. Kountz Jfc Irons. Wllklnsburg.
Coal Lands For Sale.
CIO AL lands for sale-2,000 acres of coal near rail
j road at a bargain. J. H. Chambers St. Co., 1C8
Fourth av. "
FOK SALE LOTS.
T70R SALE or exchange for Allegheny property
L? 140 nice level building lots situate In the city of
Pittsburg: wllhln lasv access of electric and steam
cars, at the low price or 8175 per lot: these same lots
will sell at retalflrom 8250 to 1350 per lot: tills offer
good for a short time only. Samuel W. Black &
Lo., S9 4.bav.
ONLY a few lots left on which I will build a
house to suit and take payments in amounts
to suit purchasers: location in good neighborhood,
on high, dry ground, only 10 minutes from court
House, on line of cable cars. A. Bancs', 441 Grant
East End Lots For Sale.
A LOT on Roup St.. near Penn av., 50x150 to a 20
foot alley, at a dose figure to quick buyer.
Mark E. Baldwin, 2) Frankstown av., K. E.
FOR SALE Schcnley Park lots 50x150, greater
frontage If desired. Woodland avenue, be
tween Forbes avenue and Schenley Tark: asphal.
turn pavement: street railroad; cheap: easy terms
Frank F. Nicola, 5100 Forbes or 20 Fifth avenue.
ONE or the best and choicest lots on Penn av.,
close to Homewood av. ;vcry suitable to one
wishing to erect a good residence: lot 75x165. Mark
E. Baldwin. 24 Frankstown av.. E. E.
Suburban Lotsbr Sale.
LOTS-Wllklnsburg lots. 33 feet rront on a good
wide street and running through to an alley,
forS250. S300, S350audJ400; only SI0 cash and 82 a
week; only three squares from Duquesne electric
mllrnd trse.ki! 7 cents fare to the city: these lots
are a good investment and are sure to Increase In
valne soon. C H. Love, 93 Fourth av.
LOT on Wood st. Wllklnsbnrg: best location In
the town. C. H. pove. ,83 Fourth av.
nri Acres on Perrysville road, that Is to soon be
tJJ made a boulevard! will sell at a price that
there is a big speculation in it. C H. Love, 93
Fourth av. ; j,
nf LOTS in Wllklnsburg in a rapidly growing J
UU portion or tne uorougu, at an average price
of 8500. Mark E. Baldwin, 21 Frankstown ar..
FOB SALE DIPEOYED BEAL ESTATE
HOUSES-BIg bargain Investment 2 good 2
story bricks or 4 rooms and 2-story 5-rootn
frame lit rear: lot 25 ft 9 inches by 100 to paved and
sewered alley; on good street In Seventh ward;
rents 5582 per year; price only ti,5U) Investigate.
Baxter, Thompson it Co.. 161 4th av.
CJD 300 85C0 cash, balance !"5 rer month, all
DOi told. A newQueen Anne frame. 24x32, on
fine paved street; 7 good-sized rooms, bath, attic
ami cellar, with laundry, hot and cold water. In
side w. c.. reception hall 9x11. very nice lot 25
iront, 115 deep and 54 wide, on alley average width
40 feet; equally good or better buildings around.
This property Is worth HMO, being on the nicest
street ou Mt "Washington, anu can be walked to
lrom the P. O. in 20 minutes. John F, Sweeny, 63
East End Besldences For Sale.
"TEW and complete brirjc dwelling of 12 rooms.
1 Hardwood mantels with cabinets, tile hearths,
asbestos fireplace. First floor finished In hard
wood. 4 chambers and bath. Sta. w, stand, open
p'nmblng second floor. Both gases, with combi
nation fixtures of 1 itest design. Cemented cellar,
with laundry. Front and rear porch. Beautirul
lawn, with flig-.tone sidewalks. Large lot. Im
mediate possesion. This property worthy or close
inspection. Baxter, Thompson & Co., 161 Fourth
4VERYgoodframe houses on Parker st, at an
average price or 81. 2-V): sure to be a good
paying Investment to one buying now, having lro-
fruvemeuts necessary. Mark E. Baldwin, 21
rankctown av., E. E.
Allegheny Besldences For Sale.
DWELLING Very desirable Federal street Al
legheny, property at a harg-iln If sold soon; 3
story aud attic brick dwelling. 10 rooms, finished
attic bathroom, laundry, etc.: lot 3ux 1 10 feet to
pavedallcy: price only 15,030 to a qulckbuyer. C.
11. Love, tsFourthav.
I7-OR SALE-The valuable brick dwelling, with
' good lot. No. 79 Page St.. Allegheny; property
or the Pennsylvania Insurance Company, and to
be sold at public sAle, In settlement or the business
or the company br order or the directors In the
salesroom or Jas. W. Drape A. Co., 313 Wood st,
Pittsburg, on Wedncdav.December7.at2o'clock:
peremptory 6ale. Terms, ct;.. from Jas.W. Drape
i Co., Agents aud Auctioneers.
Suburban Besldences For Sale.
I?oR SALE The large dwelling and fine lot, 129x
; 133ieet; near Brinton station, I. R. R to be
sold at public sale by order or the directors or the
Pennsylvania Insurance Company in the settle
ment of the business In the office or Jas. W. Drapo
Co.. 313 Wood st. Plltshurg, on Wednesday.
December 7, at '.! o'clock. Mr. Lukens. station
agent at Brinton station, will sbnw the property.
Positive sale. Terras, etc.. from "Jus. W. Drape A
Co.. Agents and Auctioneers. 313 Wood St., Pitts
WILKINSBURG property: 12 per ceut Invest
ment: must be sold before Jan. 1, '92. Ad
dress Investment Dispatch office.
BuQalo Improved Beat Estate.
DELAWARE AV.-No. 40 large brick dwell
ing. 26 rooms, all modern Improvements: lot
50x173. very desirable. Fashionable location.
Price. S3O.O0O. Mortgage. $15.1)00.
Clinton st No. 235, good Investment property,
now rented for over I1.0M per annum. Price,
Nos. 591 and 593, new frame omnibus block, lot 53
X100, two stores. Apartments for five families,
also large livery in rear. Price, fI6,0C0. Mort
Green Tract East Buffalo -20 lots near Wagner
Fnlsce Car Company's shops. Splendid opportu
nity to build houses for rental as Investment, ev
eral desirable corners. Price and terms on appll-
C'seneca st-No. 207. t-story brie k block. Price.
.12,5.0. Mortgngc. J.1.000.
No. 2C8. 3-story brick block. Price, 112,500.
Mortgage. 86,000. AU rented and In good order.
Westav. NO.J267, 2-story lrarae house, lut28x
156. -Now rented f-5 per month. Price, 85,000.
ISO acres on Niagara river, near city line or Buf
falo, lays high and smooth. Right in line for the
development of the "great Niagara Falls tunnel"
power. Choice. Price, $1,500 per acre. Small
cash payment, balance on easy terms.
MJoinewood Park" 1C0 lots in tills beautiful
snburb of Buffalo at from $3 to f 15 per foot Very
desirable as an Investment Splendid opportunity
for dealer to buy a block and retail them. Write
for map, terms, etc
Depew-50 acres in this wonderful newclty. sub
urb of Buffalo, al $!.fl an acre. Choice,
several pieces of acreage at rrom taw to $2,000 an
acre sure to advance In value. Also lots in this
new "Electric City" at reasonable prices and on
easy terms. Above quotations subject to change
without notice. Correspondence solicited.
Yours truly, J. C BO WEN,
No. 12 Chapln block. Buffalo, N. Y.
TOR SALE Real estate "bargains; send for new
JC catalogues. Just out mailed free; 3,000 proper
ties. BtockBlrd. Fourth T.-.n-'r r
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TO LET. ,
TO LET Penn av.. Tgh.. a large 3-story brick
dwelling. 20 rooms. For particulars see A. u.
WIl6on, Si Federal 6t., Allegheny
mo LET-Two five-room .houfrs, 157-159 Fnlton
1 st, Pittsburg. See Fidelity Title T. Co.,
121 Fourth av.
Hazeltvood Besldences To Let,
TO LET-Oakland district Two new brick homes:
laundry complete: all modern conveniences;
135 per month. Piper Jt Clark. 1 Jl Fourth av.
AUegheny Besldences To Let.
nOLET-John K. Ewlng CO.. 107 Federal st,
L headquarters for Alleghe ny houses; free list
Booms .To Let.
ATWOOD ST.. 362, Oakland-Pleasant furnished
room with board, gases, bath; lady or gentle
man; private family.
A VERY ST.. No 50. Allegheny-Furnished front
room with bath; rentiO per month. .
1ARSON ST.. 5701. Southslde-Two furnished
parlors, suiiaoie lor doctor's nu.ee.
I7UGHTHST.. 12-Parlor bedroom on first floor;
ii two single rooms on third floor, with or with
out board; also good table board.
FOURTH AV., 133-Furnlshed front room oppo
site P. O.
T OCUST ST.. 94. Plttsburg-Furnlshed rooms;
JLJ DOlll gisrs.
PARK "WAY, 109. Allegheny Table board $3 50;
s. rooms auu uuaru v ou
QANDUSKY ST.. No. 94. Allegheny Weil fur-
J nisuea sccouu Biorj iruutiuuui
JIXTH AV.. No. 83-Furnlshed room; both gases;
Dam; gentlemen uuif
rro LET 3 nice new -flats, sir rooms each, next
1 door to McClure Avenue Presbyterian Church.
Woods' Run. Allegheny; rent very low to good
tenant, only $18 a month. A. Leggate & Son, 02
rpo LET-Rooms In both cities. Renting Agency,
1 2 Sixth st
Z bee additional adieu unaer rVanted Boarders
Business Stands To Let
TO LET Room, with or without power: also,
storage room, dry kiln, capacity30,000rt.:nill
lease kiln or dry lumber by contract. Head Bolt
orks. Grant and Boquet sts.. Allegheny. Apply
en premises or to H. A. Spangler, 'lhlrd National
TT.nV A llenrlipny. '
TO LET Space with power: every convenience;
corner Penn av. and Third St. Nicola Bros.,
20 Fifth av.
Offices, Desk Boom, Etc., To Let.
TO LET-ln the Ferguson block. Third and
Fourth avs.. a few choice offices; day and
night elevator, electric clocks and Janitor service
free: rent low. Black 4. Baird. No, 95 Fourth av
rpo LET In the Hamilton building, SI-9t Firth
JL av., choice offices, with all conveniences: rent
ow. Black & Balrd. No. 95 Fourth av.
fPO L.T Third floor. Masonic Bank building:
X. rooms suitable for artist draughtsman, archi
tect or light manufacturing.
Farms To Let.
rrO LET A good farm seven miles from city on
1 line orP. & L. E. R. R. Inquire or W. A.
Sipe. 93 Diamond st, Pittsburg.
Miscellaneous To Lets.
TO LET You can buv a good second-hand sew
ing machine cheaper than you can rent. Try
Sewing Machine Exchange, 17 Diamond St., Pitts
burg fro LET Stable and wagon room and use of wash
J. stand. Union Cab stables. 412 and 414 Du
quesne way, Thomas Hainmill. Manager.-
EPORTOFTHE CONDITION OF THE DOL
LAR SAVINGS FUND A TRUST CO.. or Al
legheny. All-gueny county. Pennsylvania, at tho
close of business November 30, 1892:
Cash on hand and deposited with hanks
or bankers 5 15,491 99
Checks and other cash Items 50 00
Call loans upon collaterals 6i, 300(0
Time loins upon collaterals 26,330 00
Loans upon bonds and mortgages 171 413 34
Investment securities 42.000 00
Real estate, furniture and fixtures 2,500(0
Overdrafts 165 98
Current expenses aud taxes paid 9,180 61
,.$125, COO 00
Capital stock paid in
llonocfts atihlei t to check S 43-fVVl 50
Deposits, special 141.617 60
,.$ 5,600 00
.. 8.494 71
Amount trust funds Invested. ...,'.
Amount trust funds uninvested..
Report of above has been made to C. H. Krumb
hajr. Superintendent of Banking,
State or Pennsylvania
Countyor Allegheny. J "
1. E. R. Haldlnger. Secretary and Treasurer or
the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true, to the best or mv knowl
edge audbelitr. L H. BALDINGER.
Secretary and Treasurer.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2d day
or December. 1892. . .
JAS. W. COLLINS, Notary Public.
JNO. W. CnALFANT. 1
A. CLENI1INNING. fDirectors.
J. N. DAVIDSON. )
TJ30S. M. Mcr'AHLAND, Attorney,
15J Fourth ave.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE BY VIRTTJK
or an order of the Orphans' Court of
Allegheny county, at No. 119, November
term, 18Di tho undersigned, executors or
the estate of Sophia B. Wontz, deceased.
will expose at publio sale, on the premises,
on THURSDAY, December 15, 189;, at 3
o'clock p. m., the following described real
estate, situated in the borough of Craf ton,
Alleglieny.countv, Pa., beginning at a point
on 'the northern side of Crnfton avenue, dis
tant 154.4 fee t from the intersection of Cm f ton
and Noble avenues, thence north 1 51' east
105.5 feet to a stouo land mark, thence south
83 03' east I5126ieet to a pin, thence south
1 51' west G7.6S feet to a pin, thence south
88 09 cat78.6Sfiettoa pin on the western lino
orsaid Noble nvenuo, tlienc along the lino
of said Noble uventio south 34 04' west 139 25
feet to a pin at tho intersoction of said Graf
ton and Nobleavenues, and thence nlnn the
line of said Crafton nvenuo north 88 09' west
154 4 feet to u point, nt tho place 01 begln-iiin-r,
containing 755-1000 acre, recorded: in
deed book voL 375, jiago 41, will he sold as a
whole or in pans. Terms or f.ale Ten per
ccntofhld.it time of sale, one-third or the
balance, of which said 10 per cent shall bo a
part in cash on confirmation or sale by the
Court and delivery of deed; the other two
thirds secured by bond and tight mortgage
on tho piemisss, payable in two years with
lawrul interest, or all canti, at tho option of
the purchaser. PHILIP WENTZ,
Or honses and lots on Page St., Allegheny,
and on P. R. R. . ,
In settlement of the affairs of the Pennsyl
vania Insurance Company, to be sold by
order of tho Board or Directors, in the sales
room of Jas W. Drape 4 Co., 313 Wood St.,
Pittsburg, on WEDNESDAY, December 7, at
2 o'clock. , ,
First That excellent brick dwelling, with
lnr.-Miim fnnt Irnnwn as No. 79 Page street.
Allegheny; 10 rooms, including sonclous
.niii. iM.ln, wtih hntl, lint nnd cold Wll-'
ter. natural gas and other modern conven
iences, all in good order.
Second That large brick dwelling with lot
about 120x138 feet, close to Brinton station.
P. R. R., formerlv owned by John R. Thomp
son: 8 rooms in dwelltDg, with the usual de
sirable conveniences. Mr. Lukens, Ticket
Agent at Brinton station, will show the
property to anyone who presents a card
from the agents. Peremptory and positive
sale in order to olose up the business of tho'
company. Terms made- known at sale.
JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., Agonts and Auction
eer", 313 Wood st., Pittsburg.
Notions, drygoods, clothing. Jewelry, otc,
WEDNESDAY, Decorabor7. at 10 o'clock, at
tho rooms or the Henry Auction Co., 21 and
SONlntaer. The stock or a couutrystoio
quitting business sont to the rooms for sale.
JJrycoods, clothing, blankets, coats, shoos,
notions, lot of jeweriv, etc. Sale positive.
HENRY AUCTION CO..
. SJNITHSOai VINCENT,
Sales ot real estate, merchandise ntstores.
for the trade only) promptly attendeiV to.
-Offlce.es Eisner building.cor. 5 til and Wood s t.
Iiot 50 Feet Frpnt, Center Avenue,
Twentieth Wnrd, by 213 Feet Doep.
Lot 23 Fe:t Front, Fulton Street,
fly 1S1 on Webster Avenue.
HOUSE 1312 MURIEL STREET
And Lot nearly 53 Front byl44 Feet Beep.
Inouiro or JOHN A. WILSON,
- 119 Fourth Avenue.
"Save Your Rent."
'BUY A HOME WITH THE RENT
The United Security Life Insurance
and Trust Co. will advance three
fourths (Ji) the value of such prop
erty as you may desire to build or buy.
Policies for terms of 5, 10, 15 or20years.
"Payments same as Rent.""Deed'
may be in wife's name, husband
In cae of death the Tjnlicy pro
tects, nnd the Home is "Free and
Clear." Call or send for circular.
MORRIS & FLEMING, Agents,
NO. 63 FOURTH AVE. "
JAMES M. WILKINSON
In'Uie East End and a
Fine Business Site
In the business part of the city.
'421 WOOD STREET,
Chamber of Commerce floor.
Block of 5 brick dwellings for $13,500.
Block of 3 brick dwellings for $7,000.
Block of 6 brick dwellings for $15,000.
Block ot 3 brick dwellings for $12,000.
Block of 3 frame dwellings for$9.ca.
Block ofS brick dwellings for $20,0j0.
These properties are nil well located, are
in good condition, ba-Re a good class of ten
ants and rent well.
For particulars call or address
65 Federal t Allegheny
MURRAY HILL AVENUE
Now open and rjavod from Fifth to Wilkins
avenue. City sewerage, both gases, electrio
NO BETTER LOTS FOR SALE
In the East End and none more reasonable
Title guaranteed by tho Fidelity Title
Trust Company. (257.) See
W. A. HERRON & SONS,
80 FOURTH AVENUE.
DUQUESN E, LeaSea'ter.
OPERA COMIQUE CO. in
Next week The Baroness Blanc in "De
DUQUESNE Leading Theater.
Beginning Monday, December 12,
And an excellent supporting company In a
translation or Alexander Dumas flls Le
Advance sale opens Thursday,
usual prices win prevail.
THE ALVIN THEATER.
Monday, December 5, 189i LAST NIGHTS of
Unas. ronman s mmpany "'
Tj-jp I me (ilea teat
I OST D ramatio Triumph
PARADISE. BEverln Pittsburg.
Goodby Mats. Wednesday and Saturday.
Next week The Lilliputians in tho Ballet
Snectacla 'Candv." de5-29
THE ALVIN EXTRA.
Return of the Pittsburg' Favorites, The
In their Grand Spectacular Play,
Tara ra Boom
SEATS NOW ON SALE.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
The Sweet Sinner, in
Prices 15c, 25c,50e, 75c Matinees Wednesday
nnd Saturday. 25c, 50c, Reserved.
Next week Barry and Fay, McKonna's
MA1WA THE BRILLIANT
11 ' SUCCESS
Accorded toSuohorowslcy's superb painting,
NANA, is immeasurably beyond comparison.
Dnrlnjr tho past week over 0,000 ladles and
gentlemen have seen nud approved of this
marvel of realistic ait. On exhibition day
and evening at
EDMUNDSON & TEERINE'S
store, 635 and 637 Smlthfleld street. Admis
sion, 25 cents. Cel-10
HARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
Tc-nicht Matinees, Tuesday, Thurs
day and hatunlay. .
REILLY A WOOr3 BIG SHOW.
BROS. EOKANI VITA.
HADES AND THE 4C0. rtc-33
LPKOI'EAX 1B "M8H1 ''
WHITE STAR LINE.
For Qucenstown and Liverpool.
Koyal and United states Mall steamers.
Britannic Dec 7. 8 a re
Britannic Jan. 4. 7 a ra
Adriatic Jan. 11. 1pm
Germ'c Jau. 18, 0 a m
Majestic Dee.14.lO0 pm
Germanic Dec 21. 7 a m
Teutonic. Decs&iiai pm
Jlajestrc. Jan.: -a. nam
From W bite Star dock, root of West Tenth street
Isew York. . ,,
saloon rates. fSO and nnward. according to
steamer and location of berth. 'Second cabin on
these stcanwrs.40 and 45: limited excursion tick
ets, S5 and its; steerage from or to tlieolacoun-
WhlteStar drafts payable on demand in all the
principal banks throughout Great Uritaln. Applr
to JOHN J. MCCOKMICK. WD SmlthOeld street,
Pittsburg. orH. MAITLANDRKUSEY, Ccneral
Agent, ai Broadway, N. If. nulu-p
Steamers Lav New York Ttvery atnrdir
For Glasgow via Londondsrry.
Rates for Saloon Tassaxc
Cabin. B&a aud upwards.
Second Cabin, S30, steerage, 81&.
Passengers booked at through rates to or rrom anr J
city in ureas uruain ur on fcuv vuumueu..
Drntt n London o il nt Lovr-nt Jtt.
Book of information, tonrs and sailing ilsti ntr
nlshrd 011 appllritlon tn Agents.
HENDERSON URtuilEIW, 7 Howling lirccn, N.
Y., or J. J. JlcfORJIICK. faaSiiitthlieldst.. Pitts
burg. F. M. SEMl'LK. UU Federal St.. Allegheny.
ISOYAI. MAIL S'JT alS"ll -.
GLASGOW to 'PMIIiAOEIiPIHA
via DKRRY and OALWAY. Tliamostdt
rect route from Scotland and North and
Middle or Ireland.
Intermediate. JO. Stoemsu. JU
STATF1 ' SERVICE OF
J"' "H AT.LANJ.INQ
LINE. J STEAMSHIPS.
NEW YORE ami GLASGOW
via Londonderry evnrv Fortnight.
Dec 15..I....StateofNebraska.r. itoow.
Dec. 29 State or t.alloriila...... KOOX.
Jan. 19. state or Ncbniska.....,115J a. x.
Cabin, M0. Second Cabin, $30. Steerage, 118.
Apply to J. J. MCCORMICK, C38 Smlthfleld St.
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
HOTEL POXCE DE LEOX,
Jjr. C. H. Knott will be at Hotel Anderson
on Dee. 19 and 20, with photographs and dhv
grains of the hotels. , dei-lU
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Can Be Burned in Any Petroleum Lmp.
A POSITIVE PROTECTION FROM LAJIP
MAKES THE SAFEST AKD
The Family rill
100 Million Gallons ELAINE Sold in IS Years
From 1S73 to ISM.
Elaine Cannot Be Improved Upon.
WARDEN & OXNARD,
ftl PITTSBURG. PA.
In effect Joss in, la's.
Trains will leave Union Station, rittsbnr p
nt follows (Faste rn Standard TImelt
MAIN liTNE ZiSTWAED.
Pennsylvania Limited or Pullman Vestibule Cars
daily at 7:15a. tn.. arriving at Harrlsburg atl:M
p. m., Philadelphia 4:45 p. m.. ewYoik":W
p. m., Baltimore 4:40 p. m.. Washington 5:55 p. m.
Keystone Express daily at 1:M a. m.. arrlvlm at
Harrlsburg 825 a. m.. Baltimore 11:15 a. lu.
Washington 12:3) p. m Philadelphia 1H25 a. n..
New York S-00p. in.
Atlantic Express dally at 3:30 a. m.. arriving at
Harrlsburg 10:30 a. ra., Philadelphia l:3p. nu.
New York 4.00 p. m.
Harrlsburg Accommodation dally, except Sunday,
5:25 a. m.. arriving at Harrlsburg 2:50 p. m.
tay F.xpress dally at 8:00 a. ra.. arriving at liar
risburg 3:20 p. m.. Philadelphia G:50 p.m.. New
York 9:15 p. m Baltimore 6:45 p. m., Washing
ton 8:15 p.m.
Mail train Sunday only. 8:40 a.m.. arrives Hirrb
burg7:0OD. m Philadelphia 10:35 p. m.
Mail express dally 12:50 p. m.. arriving at Hirrli
burg 10:00 p. m., connecting at Harrlsburg for
Phlladelnhia Express dally at 4:30 p. m.. arriTln,
at Harrlsburg 1,-00 a. m.. Plilladeipha4i25 a, su,
andNew York'iIOa. m.
Eastern Express at 7:10 p. m. dally, arrlylng Har
rlsburg 2:10 a. ra., Baltimore 6:J0 a. rn.. Vaib
Ington 7:30n. m.. Phllaaelphla 5nl5 a. m and
New York7:loa. m.
FastLlne. dailrat8:10 p. m., arriving at HarrU-i
burg 3:30 a. n.. PIiI!adelnhla-6:50 . m New
York9:30a. m.. Baltimore 6K a. m Washing
All throngh trains connect at JcrsevCIty wita
boats of "Brooklyn Annex" lor Brooklyn, N.Y .,
avoiding double ferriage and Journey through new
Johnstown Accom.. except Sunday. 3:11 p. m :
Greeusburg Accom.. ll:'W.t m..wcekda;s;10:U
p. m. sur.da)s. (.reensburg Express 5:15 p. m..
except Sunday. Derry Jixpress 11:00 a. m ex
cept Sunday. . M
i afl Accom.. 5:25. 6:00, 7:40. tin. tOO, 9:40, W:M,
IlKIOa. m., 12:15, 12i50. 1:20. 2:30, 3:40, 4rM, 4:50.
1:15, 6:0). 6:15. 7:25. 9:00, 11:10, 11:30 p. in.. 13:.0
night, except Monday. Sul ay, 8:10, 10,30 a. m.,
12:25. 12:30 2:311, 4:30. fi:J0. VJa, H:30, 19:30 p. m.
and 12:10 night.
Wllklnsburg Accom., f :25, r,M. 6:15, 6:43. :00,
1:25, 7:40. 8:ll. MS3,'t.SO. 9:40, 10:30. 11:00. 11:10 a.
m 12:0L 12:15. 12:30, 12U. 1:20. 1:30, 2:00. 2:30
3:15. 1:4074:00, 4:10, 4.25. :15. 4:50. SiOO. ;!&. SiO,
5:45; em 6:ia 6:45. 7:25. lC.M.9l1a,l0iSK
ll.-OO. lliMp. m. week-das, and 12:10 night, ex
cept Monday. Sunday. 5:30. 3:40, 10130 a. ra..
32:25. 12:50. 1:30. 2:30. 4:30. 5:30, 7:20. 9:00, 9:33,
J0:30 p. m.. 12:1" nigh . -,,
Eraddovk Accom.. 5:25..6:CO. 6:15, MtLTM.JJB.
11.00. 11:30 p. m. week-davs, and 12:10 night, ex
cept 'Mondav. Sunday. 5:3 8:00, 8:40, 10:30 a.n.
12:25. 120. 1:30. 2:10. 4:33. 6:30. 7: 9:00. 30.
300 p.m.. 12:10 night.
SOUTIITVEST PENN KAILITAIT
ForUnlontown5i25aud8:3Ja. m 1:20 anJI:25p.
For Mononeahela City. AVt rirownsvlll-? and
Unlontown. 10:40 a. m. For Mononciliclt CTtv
and West Brownsville. 7:31 and 10:41 a. m.. and
OB p. m. On Sunday, S53 a, ra. and l:up. in.
ForSIonongahelaCltv only. 1:01 and iOOp. m.
week-days. Dravosbnrg Accom.. 6:00a.m. ana
i::0".m. week days. West Ellzalieth Accom.
8:35 s. m.. 4:15, 6:30. and 11:35 p. m. sunaaT,
:40 p. m.
WEST PENSSYLTAJIIA BrVISION.
OK AXD ATTIB JOS T. Y. ISM.
From FEDERAL sfREET STATION, Allegheny
Forrfp'rTngdale. week-davs. CSB. t:G. 9:23. 10: W,
11:50a.m.. 1:30. 2:25, 4:00. 5:00. 5:, 6:10. 6:20,
1:10. 10:30 and 11:10 p. m. Sundays, 12:1 and9:3J
Fof Butler. weeklAys. 6:31. 8:43. 10:10 a. m.. 3:U
For Frceport."week-Iav. 6:H. Si4i, 10:40 a.m..
i:15. 4:00t 5rta s.10. 10:30 and 11-40 p. m. Sun
davs 12:15 and 9:30 p. m. ...mn
For Apollo, week-dars. 10:40 a. m. and 5.00 p. m.
lorPanltonanAHIalrsillle. week-days. 6.55a. m.
residences. Time cards and 1 fj.U Mona'.aoacx
be obumen at xne ncxet oiuw: .. ..r,. . ,
n corner Fourth avenus and Try street aid
VSxfLiteva H. J. R- wood.
CH otneTafSSS-ger. Cen'l Pass'r Agent.
Every Lot in KENSINGTON will Double in Value before
June 1. Be sure to see KENSINGTON at once and buy a lot be
fore the big advance in prices.
For Free Tickets from Pittsburg! lo Kensington and return
call at the office of the
79 Fourth Avenue, Pittsburg, Ta.
PITTSBURG AND WESTF.BN RAILWAT
Sehedule In effect May 15..1592 (Central time).
Depot cor. Anderson tt. aud Itlver av. Allegheny.
Depart for Chicago. 2:00 p. m. Solid train with
Pullman sleeping car. For Kane. Bradford, t7:ll
a. m. For Clarion. f7:I0 a. m.. t2:C0 p. m. Fo
Foxburr. 7:loa. ra.. t2:00. H:25p.m. For Buffalo,
Eric Meadrille, 17:10 a. m. For Oreenrille,
Mercer, Grovo Uty. t7:10a. m., t2:0O p.m. For
Akron. Cleveland, t7:10a.ra.. '2:00 p.m. For New
Castle. "7:11 a. m.. 2.00. t3:05 p. m. For Butler,
t:30, TMO. T9:30 a. m.. "2:00. t:25. 15:15 p. m.
Trains arrive: From Kane. t6:45 p. m. ; Clarion,
111:30 a. m.. t6:4S p. m.: Foxburg. 19:05. tU:30 a,
m.. t6:45 p. m. ; Frle. 13:50 p. m. : Greenville. Mer
cer. tll:30. m.. t3:50p. m.: Akron. 'Ild5 a. m..
6:45 p. m.: New Castle. 19:05. HS5a. m.. 6:
p. ra.:Batier. 17:00. 19:05. I:i0a. m., tsao, 6,4I
p. m.: rrom Chicago, ll:55a. nu
Dally. tExcept Sunday.
ALLEGHENY VALLEY RAILWAY-TAKIN&
effect June 26 Trains leave Union station
(Eastern standard time): Corry Ac, 6a.m.; Brae
burn Ac.. 60 a. m.; Niagara Ex.. dally. 8:20a.
m.. arriving at Buffalo. 5:45 p. m.: Dullols and
V, llllamsport, 8:20 a. m.,arrivlug at tt llliam iport,
6:45p.m.; Kltunnlng Ac, 9:03 a.m.: Valley
Camp AC. 10:15a. ra.: Braeburn Ac. 12:03 p. m. ;
Tltusvllle and DuBols Ex.. 1 :30 p. m. ; Valley Camp
At, 2:J0 p, ru.: Em!enton-Ac. 3 45p m.: Klttan
nlngAc, Sp. ro.: Braebum Ac. 5:30 p. m.; Brae
burn Ac, 6:15 p. m.: Hnlton Ac, 70p. m.; Buf
falo nUtht Ex.. dallv. 80 p. m.. arriving at Buf
falo 7:li a. m.; Valley Camp Ac. 9:30 p.m.. Val
ley Camp Ac. 11:30 p. m. Sunday church trains
Emlenton. 9:05 a. m,: KItjanning. 12:40 p. m.
Braeburn. 9:50 p.m. Pullman buffet parlor cars
on day trains and sleeping cars on night trains be
tween Pittsburg and Buffalo.
DAVID MCCAKGO, JAS. P. AXDFJSSON.
Gen'ISupt. Gen'll'ass. Agent
PITTSBURG AND LAKE ERIE RAILROAD
Company. Schednle In effect I ov. 20. 1S3 Cen
tral tlme.-P. & L. E. R.R.-DarAKT.-For Cleve
land. '7M, 8:09 a. m.. "2:10. 4:20. "10:25 p. m. Fo
Chicago. "7:00 a. ra..2:10. 4:20 p, m. 1 or Cincinnati
and Si. Louis, 2:10, 'lOr.Sp. m. For UuSaIo."il:is a.
m., 4:20. '10:25 p.m. For Salamanca. "4-00 . m.
2110, 10:25 p. ra. For Youngstown and New
9.n 3. ! a. in 551. S:0O. 10:30 n. m.
ARBIVB-From Cleveland. 8:S) a. m.. '12.10.
3:15. 7: p. m. From Cincinnati, Chicago and
St. Louis. '6:50 a. m., '12:30. "7:45 p. m. From
Buffalo, "8:30 a. m.. 12:30, '5:15. 90 p. m. irom
Salamanca. o:30. '10:00 a. m.. "7:45 p. m. Jrom
Y'oungatown and ew sstle, 6, 57.25. '10:10
a. rc 12a". '5:15. 7:45. 90 p. m. From Beaver
Falls,5r3). '5:30. 7:25. '10:00 a. m., 120, 2:03, '5:00,
5:15, 7:. Odip. m.
P.. C. A Y. trains for Mansfield and Beechmont,
7:10 a. m.. 10:3) a. m.. 3:4 p. m.
P., C. & Y. trains rrom Mansfield and Beechmont,
6:57.9:50. 9A5 a. ra. 1:05 p. m.
P.. McK. Y. U. R. Depart For New Haven
and West Newton. a:20a. in., '3:00 p. m.
AEBtVE-From New Haven and West Newton,
9:00 a. m,, 4:07p. m.
For McKees port. Elizabeth. Monongahela City
and Belle Vernon, 6:10,t9J5, llrt3a.m.,'4.oo,'15:25
From Belle Vernon. Monongahela City, Elizabeth
and McKeesnort,t5:30,'7:40. '111:05 a.m.,1235,'5:05
Dally. 1 Sundays only, t To and from 2ew
Castle only. tTo and from McKeesport only.
City Ticket Office, 639 Smlthfleld Street.
From Pittsbtjrgn Union Station.
iTains Bon by Central Tins.
Nor tliwemtSyatem Fort Wayne Hon te
TJr AST for Chicago, points intermethate and beyond:
L30 a.n-7J0 a.m.. '1220 pjn., 1.0O p.m., 8.43
om 11L30 p.m. Arrive from same points: 12J05
a'm.'.'ll.lS ajn..iajn.,a35 ajn., 'fl.Sp.in..
DBrAaTforToledo.poInts intermediate andbeyond:
from same points: U5 a.m '65 a.m y.topja.
DsrAxr for Oereland, points intermediate and
beyond: fj.10 a.m., 7J0 a.m., 120 pja,
1105 p.m. Arrivb from same poinu: SOa.m.,
41A5 p.m., 5j5 p.m., 16j0 p.m.
DzrART for Martini Ferry, Bridgeport and Bellaire:
toUOajn., HJiO pjn., J4 10 pjn. ARRrvs from sam
points: f3-lm-.tl.55p;m., 16.50 p.m.
DErART lor New Castle, Ene, Yonnestown, Ashta
bnb, points intermediate and beyond: 17.20 a.m.,
ft'lHQ pjn. Arrivb from same points: flS pja..
Depart fcr New Castle, Jamestown, Youngstown
and Niles, 3.45 p.m. Arrive from same pomts;
DAjrr br Yonngstown, '12JX1 pjn. Axxrrx troas
Youngstown, fl 45 p.m.
SouthwestSysteni-Pan Handle Hon t
DsTAXTtoe Cotumbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St.
Louis, pomts intermediate and beyond: 1.10 a.au,
&S0 a.m.. 8.4.5 pjn., 1IJ5 pjn. Arrivx from sam
DE7AHT for Columbus, Chicazo, points mtermediato
and beyond: 1.10a m., H2.05p.m. AjutrvB from
same poinu: 2iTJ a.m.,-fXJ)5 p.m.
Dbtart for Washington, 6.15 a. m., S2a a. m
from Washington, -M-So a.m., t"0 a.m., tb0 a.m.,
4105 a.m., r-'.S.Tp.m.,i 25p.m.
DerART for Wheeling, 8.S0 a. m.. -H2.05 n'n.,
2.45 p. m., to 10 p. m. Arrive from Wheeling.
(8.45 a. m f3 05 p. m. 50 p. m.
PutlMAH Suzrnc Cars and Pcixmas Dnmw
Cars run through, Ltot and West, on principal trains
of both Systems.
Local. SLZEnxG Cars runnmg to Coiumboa, Gn
cinnati, Indianapolis, Cleveland. Toledo and Chicago
are ready for occupancy at Pittsburgh Umoa Station
at 9 o'clock p. m.
Tiki Tabuo of Through and Local Accommoda
tion Train cf either system, not mentioned shore, caa
be ostthnd at 110 Fifth Avtnce and Uaisa Saiiou,
Pittalmji, and at principal ticket offices of &3 ?(
lylvxcsa Lmes West of Pittsburgh.
DtUr. tXx.8nndar. tEx.Satnrdar. TEz.T
JtWEPH WOOD. t, A. FOBD,
ttunl Kaotrsr. Ceiiinl tiasajs Ire
BALTIMOKE AND OniO RAILROAD
bchedulc In effect Nov. 13, 1W2. Eastern time.
r ur N asnington. u.
C, Balllmore, Phila.
delphla and New
York, 'i 00 a m and
9 20 pm.
CM. 3 00 a m. 11 10.
9 2-J p m.
650, 30'i, iiM am.
it 10. il 15, to 05 aud
to 50. 'SOU. S83aam.
1110. ;115 and t5 05
For Mt, Pleasant,
! 50 and 8 00 am. 110. tt 1 and t5 05 p m.
For Washington. Pa., T 20 and 9 JOa m. '400,
4 41. 7 30 p m. .
For Wheeling. 7 20 an8 30 a m. '400. IS.
For Cincinnati and St. Louis, 7 20 a ra. T S3
For Columbns. 1 20 a m. 7 30 p m.
For Newark, 1 StA m, T 30 p in.
For Chicago. V 20 a m and "7 30 p m. ....
Trains arrive from New York. Philadelphia,
Baltimore and Washington. 3 20 am. '340pm.
From Columbus, Cincinnati and Chicago. "3 &
a rn. J 4". n rri. From Wheeling, "3 50 and '10 45
am. tt 15 and "3 45pm. . ,
.Parlor and sleeping cars to Baltimore, asning
ton. Cluclunttl and Chicago.
Dallv. tDallr except Sunday. SSundayonly.
The Pittsburg Transfer Company will call tat and
cheek baggage rrom hotcLs and residence nppa
orders left at B. & O. ticket oilier, corner Fifth
arentieand Wood street, and 633 smltnfleld street.
J. T. UDKLL. CUAS. t. SCULL.
GcneralMsnagcr. Uen. Pass. Ageni.
BUY A LOT
Castle, "7 .00, "3:00, -ii:i a. m.. '. w. :-i.
I025p.m. For Beaver Falls. 5:35: 7:00, "8:00.
nits a. m.. '1:00. "2:10. 3UM, 4U0, 5:0)., 'J0:3 p. m.
tor Chartlers. 15:30. SMS. 6:00. 16:4a. 7:10, ;-l
s:or, 9:ic :Ki ior3o. '11:15. lll:4ia.m.. "1:00. I'M.
It has a Population of 8,000 People
And they Earn $ r25,ooo. 00
THE BEST WATER IN PENNSYLVANIA,
THE BEST DRAINAGE,
Tvn mc "RRTrK'sr.HnnT. HOUSES.
J CHURCHES OF ALL DENOMINATIONS,
EVERY CONVENIENCE OF PITTSBURG,
AND IS ONLY 18 MILES FROM THE
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