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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, ' MONDAY, - DECEMBER ' 12, 1892.
LARGE GAINS ARE FREQUENTLY OBTAINED FROM THESE ADS.
UTILE KANAWHA. YAXLEY BICHEB,
Ohio Prospectors Make a Secret Survey of a"
Railroad j Tap Them.
rARKEHSBUEO, VT. Ya., Dec. 1L Special
Last nicnt a party of Ohio pi ospectors, repre
senting large railroad interests, completed a
resurvcy or the old Black Diamond line
from the Ohio river above TVilliamstown
across the "Union" territory, to Borne point
on the Little Kanawha river. The exact
ending of the line run is a secret for the
For some yearuiast the owners or the rail
road lines paralleling the Musfclniram river
and which reach the West Virginia line
near Marietta, have been anxious to get
ftcros the river and up into the upper val
ley or the Little Kanawha. There are great
coal beds and some superb timber fields in
that region awaiting a railroad outlet for
what must be their immensely profitable
development. It is stated by members of
the surveying party that the access to this
region Is what the railroads concerned in
this resurvey are about to accomplish.
Undo Jerry Is reeling Blue.
Chicago Xews Record,
The weather department seems to have no
conception of tuo dramatic and poetlo
necessities of the weeks preceding Christ
mas. The recent weather has been inap
propriate and irrelevant.
MEETINGS AND NOTICES.
TmitD National basic, rrrrsBCRO.
TnLECTION-THE ANNUAL. ELECTION Fi
Xi nine directors or this bank, to serve for the
ensuing rear, will be held at the banking house. 526
nnaajt ooa si., on iuisi'A.1. ixaunrj ju,oj,
between the hours of 11 A. M. and 1 P. M.
. - .W..STEI.NMEYE1C, Caihler.
First Natioval Bank, PiTTSBtir.G. Pa.
THEaj-NUaL ELECTION FOR NINE DI
RECTORS ior this bank to serve for the ensu
ing year mill be held at the banking house, corner
Wood st. and Fifth av.. TUESDAY, January 10,
1S33, between the hours or 12 noon ami 1 T. w
J. D. SCULLY, Cashier.
KATHARINA BECK, of Slowe township
J7STATE OF MICHAEL BECK. DECEASED.
j Notice is hereby given that letters of adminis
tration on the estate of Michael Beck, deceased,
late of Stowc township, have been granted to the
undersigned, vo whom all persons indebted to said
estate are requested to make immediate payments,
and those having claims or demands against the
same will make them known without delay
KATOARINA BECK, Administrator. McKee's
TO LETA brick bouse: 8 rooms, hall and good
'cellar, range, natural ami illuminating gas;
424 Webster a v.: 3 minutes' walk from Wiley av.
cable line. W. J. Prentice, 1003 Liberty st.
Allegheny I.esldencei, To Let.
TO LET John K. Ewlng& CO.. 107 Federal St.,
headquarters lor Allegheny houses; free list.
Business Stands To Let.
"0 LEI Room, with orwithout power:
J. storage room, drv kiln, capacity 30,000 ft.; will
lease kiln or dry lumber by contract. Head Bolt
t orks. Grant and Boquetsts.. Allegheny. Apply
on premises or to II. A. bpangier, Ulilrd National
r LET Very nice storeroom, overlOO feet deep:
suitable for conectlonery, urygoods or first
class grocery: good location lor 5 or 10c store; on
one ot the best streets In East Liberty. Inquire of
L. Fundls A Son, 41 Frankstown av.. E. E.
rpo LET Third av.. near Market St.,
A. six-story warehouses: elevator.
cellar, extra strong well finished; possession
January 1. Baxter, Thompson A Co., 161 4th av,
TO LET Space with power; every convenience;
corner Penn av. and Third st, Nicola Bros.,
Filth a v.
Rooms To Let.
AVERY bT.. No. 50. Allegheny, near parks
Furnished front room with bath; (10 per
97, Allegheny Booms with
-set additional aaieu unaer Wanted Boarder
Offices, Desk Room, Ete, To Let.
TO LET In the Ferguson Work. Third and
Fourth avs.. a few choice offices: day and
night elevator, electric clocks and Janitor service
lrct: rent low. BlacK&Balrd. No. 95 Fourth av
rpo LET In the Hamilton building, 91-93 Firth
JL av., choice offices, with all conveniences; rent
ow. Black Balrd. . o. 95 Fourth av.
rpo LET Third floor. Masonic Bank building:
JL rooms suitable lor artist, draughtsman, archi
tect or light manufacturing.
Miscellaneous To Lets.
TO LET At a reasonable rent, a good garden or
7 acres, good house, stable and outbuildln-gs,
two green houses, plenty of water, situated on
Evergreen plank road. "Gardeners' Home," Ross
township, 3 miles from market house. Inquire on
premises. Fred Brcthauer.
TO LET You can buy a good second-hand sew
ing machine cheaper than you can rent. Try
hewing Machine Exchange, 17 Diamond St., Pitts
burg rpo LET stable and wagon room and nse of wash
X stand. Union Cab stables. 412 and 414 Du
quesne av. Thomas Hammlll. Manager.
PERSONAL Superfluous hair removed by elec
tric needle; consultations lree. Mrs. Elliott.
bi2 Penn av.
1JERSONAL Jlarry me, Clvde and buy my
Christmas gift at Moyle's, 1S5 Lacock St., Alle -gheny.
IJLltstlNAL-Credlt, yes, credit, on
goods, silks, satins. wraps. etc. atJ
Room 4. McC'ance Mock. 7U1 mltli&cld.
PERSONAL Christmas presents: no downtown
expenses; 2ti per cent saved here: elegant lot
ladies' and gents' slipper;
Stanton's, OOo Forbes av.
call and see them.
PERSONAL Prof. George Slarkley. practical
phrenologist; graduate of the American Insti
tute of Phrenology; examinations (1; office hours
8 to Hjl. M. 8 Seneca st.
IjERMJNAL Hair, moles, etc. on lames" races
permanently destroved bvthe electric needle
without pain or scar: consultation free. Miss
ttrcng, olhce 903 Penn av.. Dickson building.
PERSON AL Everett Clnb News The pianos de
livered this week are Club A, No. 155, Mrs. M.
B. Yanda, Cralton. Pa.: Club B, No. 274. Miss
Anule Puder, Eleauora st., E. E.. Pittsburg. Pa.
"PERSONAL Ladles wishing to late Turk" Face
JL Baths or face massage for removing ble-nlshes
and improving the complexion wilt please visit my
jiarlors atU03 Penn av.. Pittsburg. ilss Sherwood.
PERSONAL Pictures, mirrors and crayon por
traits You can save from f 1 to (5 on each pur
chase: a fine line of artist proof etchings at a sac
rifice: cash or credit: traming done to order. T.
C. McElroy. No. 1 sixth st.. upstairs.
PERSONAL Bargains We have customers de
siring us to dispone of sewing machines but
little usrd or soiled, Wheeler Wilson, yinger.
White, New Home, Standard and Domestic, at
great sacrifice: call and sec them. Sewing Ma
chine Exchange, No. 17 Diamond St.. Pittsburg.
PERSONAL-Young married lady would Ilk eany
number of young wires to know that she has
a n.ost excellent recipe for the promotion of peace
and happiness In the home circle: send your hus
band's clotLes to Dickson, the tailor, who will
clean, press and repair them at a most moderate
cost. For proof see Dickson, the Tailor. 65 Fifth
av.. second floor. Telephone 15M.
LOST The old folks' eves are getting dim; wny
not buy them a pair of gold glasses for a
Christmas gift at Smit's, Smlthfleld and Liberty
andau toinithfleld st? Open evenings.
T70UN D A. Carlson. 109 Carson st,, Southslde. Is
J. carrying the finest stock of Americas ana Swiss
watches at lowest prices.
I70UND Ladies, countless thousands suffer un
: told agonies; Ta-va-zon Roval Capsules restore
the weak and nervous to robust health: Indisputa
ble testimonials: by mall. (1 : trv them. Dr. Jen
kins Griffith Drug Com pat, y. Third and Grant,
Pittsburg. Ta-va-zon cough syrup always re
JOHN K. EWIXG & CO., 107 Federal St.,
quick loans: money ready.
MONEY to loan on mortgages: can match any
sum desired; no delay. Piper ft Clark, 131
MORTGAGES on city or
property at lowest rates.
ft Co.. 92 Fourth av.
Henry A. Weaver,
TO LOAN (203.000 on mortgages: (100 and on
ward at 6 per cent; (soii,ixiu at 4 per cent on
residence or business property, vacant lots or
larms. s. H. French, 12o Fourth av.
WANTED-Mortgages on Improved clly or Alle
gheny city property. Mccune ft Coulter, vS
TTTANTF.D-To make yon a quick loan on mort
T gage. Snyoerft White. 162 Fourth ay.
Boarders and Lodgers Wanted.
WANTED-Occnpants for furnished rooms with
board. 205 Federal st., corner North av., Allegheny.
JW Classified real estate advertisements en this
page ten cents per line for each insertion, and
none takenor less" than twenty cents.
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Wanted Advertisements of All Kinds,
MALE HELP, BOATIDEVCT,
FE5IAXX HILF, BOARDERS,
FRSOXAXS. TO LET BOOMS,
MISCELLANEOUS FOR HALES,
LOST AND FOUND.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH,
Cor. Smlthfleld and Diamond Street.
BRANCH OFFICES AS FOLLOWS. TYITEBE
WANTS. FOR SALE. TO LET AND OTHER
TRANSIENT ADVERTISEMENTS WILL BE
RECEIVED UP TO 9 P. M. FOR INSERTION.
Advertisements should be prepaid unless adver
tisers already have accounts with Thi DISPATCH.
FOR ALLEGHENY. NO. 107 FEDERAL Sr.,
FOR THE SOUTHSIDi, '412 CARSON ST.,
TELEPHONE NO. 602.
FOR THE EAST END. J.W.WALACa. 6121
THOMAS MCCAFFREY. 3503 Butler st.
EMIL G. STUCKEY. 24th street and Penn avenue.
ALLEGHEN Y ADDITION AL.
F. U. EGGEltS & SON. Ohio and Chestnut sU.
THOMAS McHENRY. Western and Irwin avs.
Call at 662
BOOKKEEPER Must also a competent fore
man for handling building material; state
reference, experience and wages. Address Brlck
n orks. Dispatch office.
CANVASSEUS-Everywhere: IIS weekly and S
per cent commission. 102 Fourth av. , Room 6.
good men: good
J Wheeler & Wllsou Mfg. Co.,
MAN Immediately, a man with pusn and (1,500
cash to UVe charge of office and men selling
special goods: (150 per month, with ample security
for money. Address J. M., Dispatch office.
MEN Competent men Tor corrugated roofing
work. Birmingham I. & S. Co., 89 Water.
MOLDERS-5 first-class steel molders.
dress Chicago. Dispatch office.
SALESMEN Three salesmen;
eral St.. Allegheny, room 21,
(5 a day. 12 Fed-
SOLICITOR A good solicitor can have employ
ment at (:5 per week. Pittsburg Clean lowel
Co., 143 Fulton St.
(SOLICITOR Immediately, a good
O ply to 121 Collins av.
ri'INNERS wanted. Apply to T. M. Lenfesty.
Mansfield Valley. Pa.
1'UNNEL bricklayers (30) and two foremen: none
but good tunnel bricklayers wanted: apply
on the work at Kcrnnore, Clearfield Co.. l'a.. on
Beech Creek Railroad: no letters answered: 3,500,
000 brick to be put In place. Geo. S. Good & Co.
TURNER At once, competent roll turner and
night roller on 7-Inch train. The Union Iron
and steel Company, Pomeroy, O.
WANTED A reliable house In Boston which
controls valuable U. S. patent desires to ne
gotiate with a man having capital of (30J to (500 to
engage In the same business lu other cities, where
(2.500 a year can be made: Pittsburg references
given: send for pamphlet. A, T.Tlivmpson A Co.,
13 Tremont Row, Boston, Mass.
ITT AN TED-Barber,
It St., Alltgheuy.
immediately, at H Second
AGENTS Salarv or commission to agents to han
dle the Patent Chemical ink Erasing rendu
the most usclnl 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 and appoint sub agents; a rare
chance to make money. Write for terms and sam
ple of erasing, Monroe Eraser Mrg.Co., X10, La
AGENTS For the renowned coal saver, Koal
spar. for Mercer, Lawrence, Beaver, Wash
ington, Ureene, Warren, Forest. Yenaugo. Clar
iou, Butler, Armstrong, Blair, Cambria, ilcKean,
Elk, Jefferson. Indiana and Somerset counties;
send 6 cents for sample and Information. B. Gold
stein, 2C6 Franklin st., Allegheny. Pa.
AGENT'S and everyone to investigate onr car
riage. 6lelgh and wagon stoves: nice for
oflires; agents have no trouble in mafclngfrom (5 to
(10 per day: no one who drives in cold weather can
afford to be without one If thev value their health,
specialty Company, 4W smlthfleld st.
AGENTS We want men who are already travel
ing salesmen to carry our lubricants as a side
Hue; name references and territory. Manufact
urers' Oil Co., Cleveland, O.
AGKNTS (3 to (7 dally: experience unnecessary.
Putna-n & Co., Perfumers, West WInsted.Ct.
AGENTS to solicit for holiday signs. McOwan
& Morris, 19 Federal St., Allegheny.
AGEST-5 To sell Wlegand's picture hanger.
WIcgand Hanger Co., 1232 Penn.
AGENTa One, In each town. World's Fair Ho
tel Providing Co. 1Z32 Penn av.
Female Help IV anted.
GIRL A good girl to clean and make herself gen
erally useful about a retail hardware and
house furnishing store. Apply or address C. J.
Ammann. o7 slilloh St., Pittsburg. S. S Pa.
GIRL for cooking ana one for upstairs work;
good wages paid. 182 Locust St., Allegheny.
HOUSEWORK girls; cooks; to-day; places free.
Exchange, 910 Penn av.
LADIES or vocng men to take light, pleasant
work at their own homes (1 to (3 per day can
be quietly made; work sent by mall: no canvass
ing. For particulars address Globe Mfg. Co., Box
5331, Boston, Mass. Established 1830.
LADIES to do fancy work at their homes or to
act as agents. Call and see work or address J.
E. Lazzelt ft Co., 355 Fifth av.
ADIEStosell O'Keefe's Tills. Dr. O'Keefei
Co.. 1232 Penn.
Mnlo and Female Help Wanted.
HELP At once Man cook, col. man or boy.
farm bands, teamsters, hotel, restaurant and
boarding house cooks, chambermaids, laundresses,
dishwashers, waitresses, family cooks, children's
nurse. hous girls, colored girls, second cook; all
first-class help report here; work strictly on busi
ness principles. Median's Agency, 545 Grant 6t.
HELP Cooks, chambermaids, dining room
girls, nurses, houscglrls, tiermau and colored
girls, laundresses, hotel help, drivers, farm bands,
white and colored waiters, one colored boy. Miss
Dolan, successor to Mrs. Thompson, 608 Grant st.
EXPERT accountant seeks evening employment;
books posted, audited, balanced. L., 4 Carlisle
Place, Fifth av.
IJOSITION ai manager ormlnes: ten years' expe
rience in Pittsburg district: number one refer
ences. Address Mining. Dispatch office.
POSmoN-BookkcepIngor general office work;
experienced man. Address B. K. G., Dispatch
POSITION as drug clerk, reg. as msnager: good
reference. Address P. O. Box 231, Braddock,
POSITION-By Job printer: reference from last
employer. Address Printer. Dispatch office.
SITUATION-Rcllevlng. by druggist; permanent
position desired; best of references. Address
T. h. G.. 3503 Butler st. t
SITUATION By a stenographer and clerk or
bookkeeper. Address Stenographer, Dispatch
SITUATION Sick nursing by experienced nurse.
Address A. R. F.. Dispatch ofllce.
Hotels, Dining and Lunch Rooms.
ANCHOR HOTEL. Liberty, eorner Fonrth;
- '?? ' "'K 25c. 36c soe; week, 51 a,
$1 75. $-. ?
HOTEL FEDERAL. 171 Federal. Allegheny;
$1 SO. $2 day ; special rates when permanent.
HOTEL ROLL. 49 Eleventh si., near Union de
pot: clean, quiet dining room; meals. 25c;
beds, 25. 50 and 75c: the bar contains the best.
Business Opportunities Wanted.
A BUSINESS CHAN CD-We buy for spot cash
stores of all kinds, drygoods. shoes, furniture,
carpets, etc. Perclval A Gaston. 433 Grant st.
BARBER-To buy two-chair shop, running two
barbers: best prices; good location: rent $6
permonth: both gas and water; town 8.000 inhabi
tants. Western Pennsylvania; must sell by 30th:
rood reasons: price $100 cash. Address or call at
Dr. Griffith's Drug Store, cor. 3d av. and Grant
WANTED-A lady or gentleman to Invest $500
lu a comedy eo. Address, one week, Henry
H. Homestead. Galllon, O.
AMcCABK crayon portrait for Christmas pres
ents. 297 Firth av.
DON'T rail lo see onr musical clocks. Swiss cot-,
tages, and music boxes. American Muslo
Box Agency, 305 Market St.
T.'LF'TjM'MJg. and bnnnlTCo..J10BIsell block.
A-i Fgh.. 64 Federal, Alleglfy: Incandescent and
electrical repairing a specialty;
LADIES' Dining and Lunch Room-Holiday
buyers when out shopping tnnch at Eevan's
ladles' lavorite lunchlngjresort, 908 Penn av.
OFFICES to clean by reliable woman with refer
ence. Address O. P., Dispatch office.
PAINTING- and plate glass glazing. R. C. Miller,
S20 Grant St.. Pittsburg.
PURCHASER for new high-arm Singer: for sale
at lialf price: sewing machines from 15 un. at
Sewing Machine Exchange, IT Diamond St.. Pitts
burg; SEWING machines repaired, sold, exchanged,
and satisfaction guaranteed for little money, at
Sewing Machine Exchange, 17 Diamond at., Pitts
burg. n'RCNKS hauled to and rrom the East End for
JL nfty cents. Campbell A Davis, No. 12 Seventh
av. Telephone 276.
WANTED All business men to know that the
Office Specialty Co., 105 Third av.. keep In
stock the latest and best office furniture, tiling
cabinets and labor-saving office specialties; work to
order and metallic vault fixtures are among their
WANTED Ware's Umbrella AVorxs: they are
at 24 Sixth St., directly opposite UIJou The
ater: they re-cover and repair umbrellas while you
wait: best work; lowest prices.
WANTED To contract with some good manu
facturing establishment to make heavy forge
work and light castings. Address Forge, Dispatch
WANTED -Propositions foragood manufactur
ing site near Pittsburg: will employ abont 25
men at start. Address Enterprise, Dispatch office.
TXTANTED To buy a house of about 9 or 10
it rooms, somewhere in shadyslde. Address
House, Dispatch office.
WANTED Contracts of hauling for all kinds of
wholesale houses at lowest rates. M. B.,
WOOD and photo engraving: half tones; electro-
typing. Bragdon. 78 Fourth ave.
Horses, Vehicles, Live Stock For Sale.
BUGGY A first-class side-bar buggy made by
Hooker & Co.. of New Haven, Conn., the best
makers in the United States; cost (325 and will sell
rorflMir sold quick; also a handsome light Port
land sleigh made by Kendell, the great sleigh
builder, will be sold ehcap, (50: both can be seen
at my stable, No, 133 H ebster av., city. Wm. Mc
Callln. FOR SALE Cows A carload of A No. 1 fresh
Ohio cows at M. Marx's, 41 First St., Alle
DELIVERY wagons Delivery wagons all styles:
our own make. Wm. Beckert, 340 to Hi Ohio
St., Allegheny, 'lelephone 3420.
MARE A gray mare 5 years old : doctor's bnggy
and harness; also a thoroughbred black mare
6 Years old: good saddlers; will sell cheap. Apply
J." Warburtun, Hatfield St., bet. 47th and 43th sis.,
SHETLAND ponies for sale liothlng will please
children for a Christmas present like a beauti
ful pony; I have a few the finest in America. W.
E. Warner, Youngstown. O.
AN upright Chlckerlng piano In good condition,
at 717 Carson st.
ORGAN First-class Estcy organ; 11 stops. Call
after 4 at 333 Forty-second st.
PIANO A second-hand Decker, grand square
piano, cheap. C. Baslcr, Si 13 Butler street.
PIANO An elegant upright grand piano worth
3U0 for (165 cash, as Diamond.
Rubber Stamps and Stencils For Sale.
GETyourrnbbcrstamps. steel stamps, stencils,
seal presses, brass checks, etc.. from ShealTer
t Co.. 49 Filth av.. Dug's College building.
STENCILS, steel stamps.
Seal presses, rubber stamps, etc.
W. A. Bunting. 20 Fifth av.. cor. Market.
Machinery and Metals For Sale.
TOlLERS and engines, second hand; all sizes
from 4 to 130 h. n. : cheanest In the market
boilers aud engines in stock, stationary and Dorta
ble, nprigrt boilers, mounted larm engines, steam
pumps, governor, pulleys and shafting. '1 el. 34U1.
23-25 Park way. J. S. Young, Allegheny, Pa.
BRYANT and Acme automatic engines and boil
ers, hot water and steam heating exhaust fans
and ventilating fly fans, water and electric motors,
dynamos and electric lighting: general machinists,
engineers and contractors; stationary engines and
boilers. Tompkins & Ulrlch, 316 Liberty st., Pitts-
ENGINES and boilers orcvery description: brick
yard supplies; contractors' and rolungmlllma
chlnery. Thomas Carlln's Sons, 'Lacock and fcau
dusky sts Allegheny.
Penn av.. East
Miscellaneous For Sale.
T7URNITURE for two rooms,
X legheny, second floor.
33 Federal St., Al-
POOL TABLES-Four pool tables. 2727 Penn av.
TO BUILDERS-The Cornice nnmber of the
"lirlckbullder" just out: contains 45 original
designs for brick cornices: price 2i cents.
Brickbuilder Pub. Co., 4 Liberty Square,
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
Business Opportunities For Sale.
-tENTBAL PHARMACY. Sharpsville. Pa.; pay.
w lng business; valued atf2,t00: good reason fur
selling. Address H. 11. Illldebrand, Sharpsville,
Mercer county. Pa.
TOE SALE J. H. Chambers & Co.. 108 Fourth
Jj av., have all classes of stores and other busi
ness opportunities fur sale. Call or send for de
scriptions. I?OR SALE-Barber shop at a sacrifice, as I must
: quit the business at once on account of sick
ness. W. L. Gray. East Palestine, O.
I?OK SALE-.Bakery and restaurant. 64 East
7 Main St.. Salem. O.
FINE grocery store, cigar store, bakeries, restau
rant, saloon, billiard room and hotel: luir In
terest In business with large profits. Holmes ft
Co., 43) Smlthfleld st.
IHRST-CLASS billiard and pool room cheap for
cash: fine location: good reasons for selling.
Apply 4061 Penn av., city.
HALF Interest In sanltortnm doing good busi
ness: reason for selling, time taken up with
other business: excellent opportunity for phi slclan
grefering specialty to general practice. Address
anltorlum. Dispatch office.
LICENSED HOTEL for sale, doing good busi
ness, located in Einzua, Pa. All particulars
from E. A. Coleman. Youngsvllle, l'a.
MEAT MARKET Must be a cash sale; will not
sell less than (100. Address J. E. C, Dis
Business Properties For Sale.
TIP OOD ST. Five-story brick warehouse In good
1 1 condition; a 6 per cent Investment; enhance
ment certain: price. (25.009, 85,000 cash. Samuel
W. Black ft Co.. 99 Fourth av.
FOR SALE LOTS.
East End Lots For Sale.
ONLY a few lots left, on which I will build a
house to suit and take paynspits In amounts
to suit purchasers: location In good neighborhood,
on high, dry ground, only 10 mlnntes from Court
House, on Que of cable cars. A. Biuck, 441 Grant
FOB SALE Schenley Park lots 50x150. greater
frontage If desired. Woodland avenue, be
tween Forbes avenue and Schenley Park: asphal.
turn pavement; street railroad; cheap easy terms
Frank F. Nicola. 510U Forbes or DO Fifth avenue.
8 LOTS, MxlOO, corner. Atlantic and Margaretta
sts E. E . and only 5 minutes' walk Irom
Penn av. line; these lots are very nice and are very
cheap at $550 each: terms reasonable, Mark E.
Baldwin, 24 Frankstown av., E. E.
Suburban Lots for Sale.
SWISSYALE Palmer Place lots, very near the
station: water and gas on the streets; excel
lent location and growing rapidly: good Invest
ment: $900 for choice lots. Hoffman ft Baldridge,
Wllklnsuurg, opp. depot.
WILKINSBUBG-Lot 66x100. at a bargain: 200
feet from electric line, 2 squares from railroad
depot: an excellent location for building: call soon,
as this Is too good to last. Hoffmann Baldridge,
Wllklnsburg, oppo. depot.
17 ( Acres, 5-room house, barns, orchard, eoal
lu bank, near Beaver Falls, for $3,500; send
stamD for Farm Exchange Journal. X. F. Hurst.
Farms For Sale.
FARM 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
or railroad station. Jas. W. Drape ft Co., 313 Wood
FARM of 177 acres In Virginia. In a fine agricul
tural section and convenient to a good town:
will be sold .ery cheap; small city property taken
In part payment; one of our firm can furnish full
particulars from a personal visit to the farm. Jas.
W. Drape ft Co.. 313 Wood St.. Plttiburg.
FARM A nice farm of about 60 acres, near the
city, 15 minutes' walk from railroad station;
good dwelling, large barn, fine orchard, plenty of
water, etc, etc Jas. W. Drape ft Co., 313 Wood
FR SALE or exchange A good farm of about
120 acres, close to railroad station, convenient
to the cltv; dwelling, outbuildings, two orchards,
plenty of water ana In good natural gas district:
great bargain (o close account. Jas. W. Drape ft
Co., 313 v ood St., Pittsburg. "
SALE Or exchange For cltv nronrtv
farm or 193 acres. 18 miles from Plttsbnrr nn
11. ft O. R. R. : station at the rarm: underlaid with
eoal; $90 per acre. C. W. Reed Co., Washing
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE
E OR SALE On Second av. near Market St., the
best located property on the street: has a
frontage or 35 feet; a substantial three-story brick
building on one-half the lot. Apply on the prem
ises. No. 68.
FOR SALE TMPKOVED REAL ESTATE
TJiOURTH AV.. near Liberty Two 3-story brick
V dwellings; 12 rooms each: a growing business
locality; lot 40x5: will sell separately Samuel W.
Black Co,, 09 Fourth a v.
12-STOKY dwelling of 6 rooms and attic
Parker St., near Roup station, P. R. It..' 4.700
1 2-story brick dwelling of 7 rooms, 45th St.. 17,000
2 Queen Anne dwellings of 9 rooms each,
webner av., near 33d St., each $ 6,900
1 3-etorj brick dwelling of 8 rooms. Congress
St.. near Franklin fll.SOO
1 2-story brick dwelling of 7 rooms. Center
1 2-story frame dwelling of 6 rooms, Graham
street . I 4,200
12-story frame dwelling or 5 rooms, Etlers
st. (Park View) .. 1 2,300
3 Queen Anne dwellings of 9 rooms. Walnut
street 45, SCO, 18,000 and..l 6,500
2 stone front Queen Anne of 9 rooms. Bluff
st., near Pride, each t 8,000
1 2-story frame dwelling, 4 rooms, Wllmot
street .. f 1,500
J. H. Chambers Sb Co., 103 Fonrth av.
East End Residences For Sale.
EAST END-(5, 000 Modern frame house of 7
r corns and 2 finished attics, laundry, hath,
hall, vestibule, tile floor, open stairway, inside
w. c. stationary wash stands, range, hot and cold
water, tile-raced mantels and tile hearths through
out, china closets, pantries, front and back stairs,
large front and rear porches, large hall on first
fna second floors, bay window, stained and French
late glass throughout, rooms large, conveniently
arranged and handsomely papered throughout,
large dry cellar, modern and complete in every
particular. This property is excellently situated
on one of the prlnclpil btreets of the E. E., wttbln
one-hair minute of Highland av. street car lines.
Neighborhood unsurpassed, and will make a de
sirable home. A bargain to a qnick purchaser.
Lot 30x140. (461.) Moreland A Haas, 6114 Penn
av., E. E.
EAST END-At a sacrifice If sold before Jan. 1,
1893-East End residence or 11 rooms situated
Initio center of the East End, handy to the trac
tion, electric and steam cars; all the modern Im
provements: lot 40x103 ft. to an alley: 89.503-13.500
cash, balance in 8 years; this is a bargain, bnana
Stevens, 3005 Penn av.
EAST END A good brick honse at a bargain, on
moderate payments: near cable cars and rail
road station; 8 rooms, bath, hall and cellar, all In
prime order; rare bargain to a prompt buyer: pos
session at once. Jas. W. Drape & Co., 313 Wood
FOR 8ALE-13, 703 Just finished, modern house:
6 rooms, hill, vestibule, bath, finished attic;
late Improvements; street paved; location desira
ble and easily reached by cable and electric cars;
terms easy; worth an examination; a good house
for the money (125c). W. A. Herron & Sons, 80
FOR SALE On Shady av.. East End. fine loca
tion for a ph) slrian. large house of 12 rooms. 4
rooms and hall on first floor: modern fixtures; sub
stantial carriage house on alley In rear: grounds
beautifully improved: lot 101 feetfront, orwiltsell
less frontage It desired. U14e.) See W. A. Herron
& Sons, 80 Fourth av.
3003500 cash, balance 825 per month, all
i told. A new uueen Anne frame. 24x32. on
fine paved streU: 7guod-stzed rooms, bath, attic
and cellar, with laundry, hot and cold water, in
side w. c. recenlion halL 9x11. verv nice lot 25
front, 115 deep and 54 wide, on alley average width
of 40 feet: equally good or better building around.
This prowrty is worth (4,000, being on the nicest
street on ML Washington, and can be walked to
from the P. O. in 20 minutes. John F. Sweeny. 63
300 Emerson street. East End; two-story
frame house of eight good rooms: hall In
center, bath, w. c, w. s., hot and cold water: lot
fronts 86 on street by 120 in depth: will exchange on
good unimproved property. Loguc & Schroeder,
Germanla Bank building.
CQAA CASH, balance good terms, for a (3.3U)
house close to Penn and Wlneblddle:
rooms, comolete batli, laundry room, porches,
etc. : excellent property, convenient location, good
neighborhood; don't delay. Newlngham & Co.,
5005 Penn av.
Allegheny Residences For Sale.
ARCH ST.. comer property, one square from
parks, 3-story brick, 14 rooms: very complete;
2-story stable In rear: quick sale desired to close an
estate: lew price. See agents, Baxter, Thompson &
Co., 161 Fourth av.
'T70R SALE Three two-itorv frame dwellings.
J? southeast corner North and Grant avs. ; lot 40x
80: will be sold away down lr bought quick; neigh
borhood first class. For all lnlormatlon call on
Black Balrd, 95 Fourth av. (AS26.)
NORTH AV.. Allegheny A handsome stone
front residence: 10 spacious rooms, reception
hall, bath and lavatory, laundry, etc.. etc.: one of
the most substantial and best appointed residences
In either city, lacking In no essential, recent ap
pliance: hardwood finish throughout, plate glass
windows, unique mantels, with cabinets and every
thing else on the same elegant and perfect ar
rangement; we presume that even the "critic"
would find things simply faultless. Particulars
from Jas. W. Drape. 313 Wood st., rittsburg.
72 K1RKPATRICK AV.. Allecbenv. one
sonars from California electric line Brick
dwelling. 2 stories and finished attic: ro enily
built, good condition; easy terms: If not sold by
Jan, 1 will be for rent. Apply to Samuel J. Moffat,
N o. 620 Tenn av., city.
Suburban Residences For Sale.
FOR SALE-A new 6-room house and 2 lots In the
suburbs, on line of railroad, near station ; a
bargain to prompt purchaser; on monthly ptv
meuts In part; Immediate possession; everything
in prime order. Jas. W. Drape & Co., 313 Wood
WILKINSRURG-In No. 1 location 2 min. from
P. R. R, station; new frame house of 8
rooms: finished attic; hall through the center of
house, bath, range, w. c, slate mantels: cor. lot
on shady side or street: iron fence, flag stone walk,
side and front: lot 48x120 feet to alley, at a bargain;
terms to suit. Hoffman ft Baldridgc, Wllklns
bnrg, opposite depot. Tel. 7213.
fljjQ 300 A rare bargain: (1.500 cash, balance to
wOi suit; 0 room new frame house, lot 60x150.
on a 50 ft. St., Ben Avon borough. Henry W
Armstrong, b4 Federal st,. Allegheny.
0LO C fi-At Ben Avon. Ft. Wayne R. It.. 6 miles
IDOJV trom Allegheny: 3 room house, lot 45x
175: on easy payment.
Henry W. Armstrong, 61
COR SALE Real estate bargains; send for new
J? catalogues, Just out, mailed free; 3,000 proper
ties. Black ft Balrd, 95 Fourth av.
TJ EPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE PEO
K, PLfcS SAVINGS BANK, of Pittsburg, or
Allegheny county, Pennsylvania, at the close of
Cash on hand
Checks and other cash Items
Due from banks and bankers....
Loans and discounts
Real estate, furniture and fixtures..
Current expenses and taxes paid....,
Capital stock paid In $ 300,000 00
burplus firad.tt 51,670 29
Undivided profits 87,378 03
Deposits subject to check ...$ 87.123 90
Deposits, special 1,825.785 97
Cashier's cheeks outstanding 500 0J
Due tobanksand bankers 69,990 98
Divideuds unpaid 4 332 00
Report of above has been made to C. H. Kruinb-
haar. Superintendent of Banking.
State of Pennsylvania, ennnty of Allegheny, ss:
I. Edward E. Dulf. Treasurer or the above named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement
Is true to the best or my knowledge and belief.
EDWARD E. DUFF, Treasurer.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 6th day
of December. 1892.
CSlgnedJ EOBT. C. MOORE.
blgned D. MoK. LLOYD.
T. P. DAY.
BOOKS. BOOKS. BOOKS. At auction. Cat
alogue salo of standard literature and
nue illustrated works, many nf them new nntl
suitable for holidav gifts, THURSDAY and
FRIDAY EVENINGS. December 15 and 10,
at 7:30. at the rooms of the Henry Auction
Company, 21 an a 26 Ninth street. Each even
ins sale will embrace 166 lots. Also somo
rare old newspapers and ol-.arft. Books now
on exhibition. Catalogues furnished oh ap
plication. Henry Auction Company, Auc
tioneers. AUCTION SALE.
Upright pianos, leather couch, fine parlor
suites, fancy rocker, table$,riucks, pictures,
etr, TUESDAY, December 20, at 10 o'clock,
at the rooms of the Henry Auction Com
pany, 24 and 26 Ninth street.
A large stock of goods suitable for holiday
gifts must bo closed out tlili week ito maku
room for sale or fine paintlnsis, tUioe fine
upright pianos, 20 handsome parlor suites
upholsteiodin brocntelle, tapestry ,tugs and
plushes, leather conch rockers, tallies, cab
inets, pictures, clocks etc Miamher suites
in oak. and walnut, wurdrobes, sideboards,
extension tables, leather chairs, lial racks,
cheflbniers, lounges, curtains. springB, mat
tresses, bedding, brnssels carpet, rugs, eta
HEKRY AUCTION COMPANY,
ARTHUR E. LIN II ART. Attorney at Law. 163
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL ES
TATE. Estate of Peter Brlndie, deceased.
By virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of
Allegheny county, at 120 November term. 1892, I
will expose at public sale on the premises the fol
lowing described real estate on TUESDAY.Decem
ber 13. 1892, at 11 o'clock a. k.: All that certain lot
or piece of ground situated In the township of Bald
win, In the county of Allegheny, beginning at a
post on the eastern side of the Brownsville road, at
a corner of lauds of James Brawdy; theuce along
said lirownsvllle road north twenty degrees, west
two hundred and eighty-eight feet and seventr-flvo
hundredths of a foot (N. 20 degrees W. 283.75 ft.)
to a post: thence by lands of Alexander Miller north
eighty and one-fourth degrees, east four hundred
and twenty-nine feet (N. 80!' degrees E. 4J9 ft.) to
a locust tree; thence by lands or Alexander Mil
ler and John Chambers, south one three-fourths
degrees, east three hundred and twenty-one feet
and seveuty-nve hundredths or a foot (S. 1 de
grees, E. 821.75 feetx to a post; thence by lands or
James Brawdy, south eixhty-slx degrees, west
three hundred and thirty-three feet and thirty
hundredths or a root IS. 86 decrees. W. 333.30 feet i
totheplaco or beginning. Containing two acres.
one unnureu percnes inu sixiv-even nunareains
oraperch (2 A. 10O.67P.J, having thereon erected
one double two-story frame dwelling or eight
rooms, and one two-story frame dwelling of four
rooms: also a stable, cistern, vineyard and orchard
on the premises.
Terms or sale One third of the purchase money
to be paid in cash on the confirmation or the sale
and the balance In two eqnal annual payments to
be secured by bond and tight mortgage on the
premises with legal Interest on the deferred pay
ments payable semi-annually. WILKINS LIN
HART, Administrator. SWonrth av., Pittsburg.
GUMBERT & HUEY
At rotnnda of Court Honse,
On Tuesday, December 13, 1892,
At II o'clock A. X.
Adjourned sale from Decembers, 1832.
Terms $1,000 bid and $4,000 on delivery of
deed, balance in four equal semi-annual In
stalments. Sale subject to prior liens of about $23,030.
M. A WOODWARD, Assignee.
SJIITIISOa & VINCENT,
Sales ot real estate, merchandise at stores,
household goods at residences (Jewelry sales
for the trade only) promptly attended to.
30 acres land fronting on one of the best
streets in the district.
Can be sub-divided nicely into good build
ing lots, as the ground lays well.
Near the new electric railway now build
ing. Cheap to quick buyer.
IRA M. BURCHFIELD,
158 Fourth Avenue.
Owing to removal of owner from city, wo
offer the handsomest residence in East End
on a corner lot at much below cost. The
house is stone, 13 rooms, lour bathrooms,
billiard room, laundrv, etc, etc, finished in
onk, mahogany and other bard woods; con.
venient to steam and electric cars. We
want to do business on this property with
a man who can act qnickly. For such here
Is a great opportunity.
71 Diamond street.
Lot 50 Feat Front, Center Avenue,
Twentieth Ward, by 218 Feet Deep.
Lot 23 Feat Front, Fulton Street.
Bv 131 on Webster Avenue.
HOUSE 1312 MURIEL STREET
And Lot nearly 53 Front by 144 Feet Deep.
Inquire or JOHN A. WILSON,
119 Fonrth Avenue.
THE ALVIN THEATER.
To-night, Wed. and Sat, matinees.
In their ;
grand spectacular play
JNexc weeK "4,110 ran 01 Atlanta."
GRAND OPERA HOUSE-To-Nlslit.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
P R I P PC NlRbts, 15e. 25e. 50c, 75c
rnluUO Mntineas, 25c, 50c, reserved.
Next week DK. BILL. dell-101
DUQUESN E. LoaS'a'te,
To-nlgn t and Saturday matinee. The man
agement has the honor or presenting the
Next week Henry Dixeyin "ME. DORRS
OF CHICAGO." del2-35
HARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
French Folly Burlesque Co.
A MARVEL OF REALISTIC ARTI
Now on exhibition dailvntEdmund
son APerrine's. 635 Smithflola street.
Proclaimed by the press and public to be
tiie most wonderful picture of the aso. Ad
mission 25 cents. Hours 9 a. it. till 10 p. m.
After 19 Years of Trial,
FAMILY SAFEGUARD OIL,
Is Ctfncedod to Re the Best and Safest Oil
NEVER VARIES IN QUALITY.
Cannot Be Exploded.
It Is tho very highest grade of letined pe
troleum, from which in the process of manu
lacture, every Impurity lias been eliminated.
ElAine is free from benzine and parnfflne;
it will never chill In the coldest temperature
Known on tills continent.
In color, Elaine is hprlng-water white, and
Its "flro test" is so bigh as to make Itus abso
lutely sale as any liluminant known.
Having no disagreeable odor, Elaine is a
pleabant oil for lamily use.
Can Be Burned in Any Petroleum Irmp.
A POSITIVE PROTECTION FROM LAMP
MAKES THE SAFEST AND BEST LIGHT
ELAINE! W OIL
100 Million Gallons ELAINE Sold in U Years
From 1873 to 1891
Elaine Cannot Bo Improved Upon.
WARDEN & OXNARD,
WE WANT AT ONCE
Reliable men in every section of America to
redresent us, advertise and keep our show
curds tacked up in towns, on treeannd fences
along publlo roads. Steady work in yonr
own county. 870 A MONTH. SALARY
and EXPENSES advanced every 15 days.
Franco-German Eectnc Co., Cincinnati, 0
WHITEf STAR LINE.
For Queen jtown and Liverpool.
Koyalanii Unlleil state Mnlldteamcrs.
Majestic Dccl4.1:30pniAdrlatlc. Jan. ll.Ipm
Germanic, Dec. 21. 7 am'tienn'c. Jan. 18. Sam
TeutonlcDcc.ii.l:30pml"llaJesllc. Jan.zj. Ham
Britannic Jan. 4. 7 a mllirltannlc Feb. I. (laic
From W hite Star dock, root or West Tenth street.
saloon rates. toO and nnward. according to
steamer and location r berth. "Second cabin on
these steamers.f40 and 145: limited excursion tick
ets, 175 and fS5; steerage from or to the old coun
White Star drafts payable on demand in all the
principal banks throughout Great Britain. Apply
to JOHN J. MCCOIUIIUK, 639 Smlthlield street,
Pittsburg. orH. MAITLAND B U3EY, General
Agent, 29 Broadway, N. Y. uclu-D
ROYAL MAIL DfE IIU5H1. S.
GLASGOW to PHILADELPHIA
via DERBY and GAL WAY'. Tliemost di
rect route from Scotland and North and
Middle of Ireland.
Intermediate, JO. Steurase, stlit.
STATE1 SEKVICE OF
, ,VJ Y A1VZ,AI LEVB
LIllC. J STEAMSHIPS.
XEW YORK and GLASGOW
via Londonderry every Fortnight.
Dee. 15 State of Nebraska. koox.
Dec. 29 State of Caliioniiu soojt.
Jan. 19. State of Nebraska......ll:30 a. k.
Cabin, $40. Second Cabin, $30. Steerage, $13.
Apply to J.J.McCORMICK, 639 Smlthfleld sc
steamers Lnavs New York Fvery Saturday
For Glasgow via Londonderry.
Hates for Saloon Passage.
Cabin. S45 and upwards,
Second Cabin, S33. steerage, SI?.
Passengers booked at through rites to or from any
city In Great Britain cr on the Continent.
Drnfts i n Lonrton So'd fit Lowest Rites.
Book or Information, tours and sailing lists fur
nished on application to Agents.
HENDEKsON BKOIHEIW. 7 Bowling G'reen. N.
Y or J. J. MCCORMICK, 63JSuilthdeWst.. Pitts
burg. F. M. SEMPLE, 110 Federal St.. Allegheny.
ALLEGHENY VALLEY RAILWAY-TAKING
efiectJune M. 'Iralus leave Union station
(Eastern standard lime): Corry Ac, 5 a.m.: Brae
burn Ac, E:5U a. in.: Niagara Ex.. dally. 8:3)a.
m.. arriving at Bucalo. s:4S p.m.; Dubois and
llllamsport, 8:M a. m., arriving at U llllamaport.
6:45p.m.; Kltlannlug Ac, 9:05 a.m.: Valley
Camp Ac, 10;15 a. m.: llraeburn Ac. 11:05 p. in.;
TltusvllleandDuBulsEx.. 1:30 p. m.; Valley Camp
Ac, 2:30 P, ui.: Em cuton Ac. 3 45 p. in.: Klttan
nlngAc, 6p. m.: llraeburn Ac. 5:30 p. m.;Brae
burn Ac, G:l)p, m. ; llultun Ac. 7:30 p. in.: Buf
lalo nlghc Ex., Uallv, 8:30 p, m,. arriving ac Buf
falo 7:Ma. m.: Valley Lamp Ac, :) p. m.. Val
ley Camp Ac. 11:30 p. m. Sunday church tralus
Emlenton, 9:05 a. m, : Elttannlng. 12:40p.m.:
BraeburB, 9:30 p. m. Pullman bullet parlor cars
on day trains aud sleeping cars on night trains be
tween Pittsburg and Buffalo.
DAVID MCCAKGU. JAS. P. ANDERsOX
Geu'iSupt. Gcn'll'ats. Agent.
P1TTSBUKG AND WESTERN EAILWA1T
iichedule In effLCt May 15. 1S97 (Central time).
Depot cor. Andcrsou st. and Hirer av., Allegheny.
Depart for Chicago, 2:00 p. m. Solid tram with
Pullman sleeping car. For Kane. Bradford. 17:li)
a. m. For Clanuu. t7:10 a. m., t2:(JUp. m. For
Foxburg. 7:liia. ra.. fiiOO. t4:15p. m. For Buffalo,
Erie, MeaUvllle, t7:10 a. m. For Greenville.
Mercer, Grovo city. t7:10a. m., t2:00 p.m. For
Akron. Cleveland. t7:10a. m.. 2:00n. m. For New
Castle. -7:11 a. m 2:00. t3:0S p. In. For Butler, J
TDu, :iu, THia. in., t.w. T:.a, i)U4p, m.
'trains arrive: From Kane, tt:45 p. in.; Clarion,
tll:30 a. m.. t3:45 p. m.: Fuxburg. ttS. til:3j a.
ra., t6:45p. m.; Erie. 1 3:50 p. m.: Greenville. Mer
cer, 111:30 a. m., t3:50p. ra.: Akron. 11:53 a. m..
16:45 p. in.: New Castle. fJ:u3, "11:55a. in., 6Mo
p. m.; Butler. 17:00. tUKS, tll:30a. m., 13:60. C. 15
p. in.: from Chicago, "11:55a.m.
Dally. tExcept Sunday.
. k.i uaioa Station
lraias .Run by Central Tune.
Northwest By Rteai Fort Weyne Ron te
DsrAXT for Chicago, points intermediate and beyond:
L2J a,m7.10 a.m.. 123 p.m., I.C0 p.m,, 8.15
p. m., 111.30 pjn. Arrive irsm same points : 1Z.06
a.m., U. 15 ajn., 8X0 ajn., c3o a.m 6.65 p.m.,
fl. 45 p.m.
Darairr IbrToIedo, points Intermediate and beyond:
from same points: f 1.15 a.m., fi.Un a.m t6.4Jp.rn.
DsrAXT for Cleveland, points intermediate and
beyond: f6J0 a.mi, 7.10 a.m., fl.80 p.nu,
11.05 p.m. Arrive from same points: 5j0a.m,,
tl.55 P.m., 5.55 p.m., f6.50 p.m.
DirART for Martini Ferry, Bridgeport and Bclhure:
ttf.lOa.m., tL30 p.m., t4 10 p.m. Arrive from same
points: fS-UOa.m., tl.55p.ni., fO-SOp.m.
DirAXT lor New Castle, Erie, Youngstown, Ashta
bula, points intermediate and beyond: t7.3& a.m.,
t!2.20 p.m. Arxive from same points: fl.25 p.m.,
DsrART fcr New Castle, Jamestown. Ymmestown
and Nilej, fS.45 p.m. Akrivk irom same points:
Dzfakt far Youngstown, 12.20 p.m. AxarvR from
Youngstown, 6 45 p.m.
Santbwest System-Pan HnndleRonte
Dar art ior Columbus. Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St.
Louis. Doints intermediate and bevond: 1.10 a.m..
8.30 a.m., 8.45 p.m., '11.15p.m. Akrivb from tamo
points: laOa.m., 6.00a.m. .'BJjOp.m.
DS7ART for Columbus, Chicago, points intermediate
and beyond: 1.10 a.m., tl2.05p.rn. Arrive from
tame points: 2i'0 a.m.,fUfi pjn.
Detakt for Washington, t6 15 a. m.. t8-35 a. m,
tl 55 p. m.,t3.S0p.m ,t4.5p.m.,t4.o0p.m- Arrive
from Washington, t155 a.m., T7.50 a.m., t&50 a.m.,
tlO.25 a.m.,f.,.85p.m.,W iSp.m.
Dsfart for Wheeling, 8.S0 a. m., tl2 06 n'n.,
12.15 p. ra., t6.10 p. m. Arrive irom' Wheeiint,
t8.45a.nu, t3 05p. m. &50p.ni.
PctxKAx Slewing Cars and Poixkah Diktwo
Cars run through. East and West, on principal trains
ot both Systems.
Local Sleeping Cars running to Colnmbns, Cin
cinnati, Indianapolis, Cleveland. Toledo and Chicago
are ready for occupancy at Pittsburgh Union Station
at 9 o'clock p. a.
Too Tasles of Through and Local Auxmineda.
tioa Traicfl cf either system.set mentioned shove, csa
becteiaadat 110 Fifth Ansae and UnJaaStadoE.
Pittulujch, and at principal ticlcet offices c & i'stta
ytvSBKa Lines West of Pittsburgh.
DcSy. tKx.8und.ar. tx. Saturday. TRx.SebAst.
JOSEPH WOOD. fc. A. rORD.
Bsaml EAUftr. tetwxl lungs IfSS,
Every lot in KENSINGTON" will double in value before June i.
Be sure to see KENSINGTON at once and buy a lot before the
big advance in prices. For Free Tickets from Pittsburg to Ken- . .
sington and return call at the office of the
KENSINGTON. IMPROVEMENT COMPANY,
tfc79.FourthATemie, Pittsburg, P.
Ijc Effect Jtrxs is, igc
Trains will leave Union Statlon.Flttsbnrst
ss follows (Eastern Standard Time): "
MAIN LINE EASTWAKB.
Pennsylvania Limited or Pullman Vestibule Car
dally at 7:15 a. m. .arriving at llarrlsburgatHH
p. m.. Philadelphia 4:43 p. m.. New York ::W
p. m.. Baltimore 4:40 p. m., Washington 5:55 p. ra.
Keystone Express dally at liM a. m.. arrlvlnr at
Harrisburg 8:3 x m., Baltimore 11:15 a. it?
Washington 12:3) p. m., Philadelphia Ur25 a. u!"
New York 2-00 p.m. "
Atlantic Express dally at 3:30 a. m.. arriving ai
Ilarrlsburg 10:30 a. m,. Philadelphia 1-SnTnu
New York 4:00 p.m. v a-P.ni..
Barrlsburg Accommodation dally. excentSundav -3:25a.
ra.. arriving at Uarrlsburz 2:50 n.m
Cay Express dally at 8.00 a.m.. arriving at Ha r
risburg 3:20 p. m.. Philadelphia 6:50 n. m. New
York 9:33 p. m., Baltimore G:15 p. m.. Vasnln1'
ton 8:15 p. m. '
Mali train Sunday only, 8:40 a. m.. arrives Hams,
burg 7:00 v. m.. Philadelphia 10:35 p. m """
Mall .Express dally 12i50 p. m.. arriving a't Harris.
!V.'? y1,00 Q" connecting at Ilarrlsburg ror
Philadelphia .Express dally at 4 JO p. m.. arrivln t
atHarrlsburgl,-00a. m.. Philadelphia YisT nuT
anaNew York 7:10 a. m.
Eastern Express at 7:10 p. m. daily, arriving Har
xlsburg 2:10 a. m., Baltimore 6:2) a. m. Wash
ington 7:3) a. m.. Philadelphia 5-05 aim and
NewYork7:a.m. " . m, ana
Fast Line dally at 8:10 p. m., arriving at Harris
burg 3:30 a. ra., Philadelphia 8:50 t. m.. New
York 9:30 a.m.. Baltimore 6rj a.m Washing
ton 7:30a. m.
All through trains conrect at JerserCity wito
boats or "Brooklyn Annex" for Brooklyn. N.Y..
avoiding double ferriage andjournev through New
Johnstown Accom.. except Sundav. 5: p. ra
Greeusburg Accom,, H:30.p.m.. week dais-I0:3X
p. m. Sundays. Greensborg Express 5:13p.m..
except Sunday. Derry Impress 11:00 a. m exi
W all Accom.. 3:23. CrOO, 7:40. Sin. f JO. 9.40, iu:30.
JlaTOa. m.. 12:15, 12:50. 1:20. 2:30. 3:40. 4rt3, U50.
1:15, 6:00, 6:45. 7:23. 9:00, 10:21 11:30 p. m.. Il:i0
sight, except Monday. Sunnay. b:i0. 10.30 a. m .
12:25. 12:50 2:30, 4:30. 6:30. 7:2u. 3:30, 10 JO p. m.
and 12:10 night.
Wllklnsburg Accom., s:23, C.-CO. 6:13. (1:4.5. 7:00,
7:25, 7:4a 8:10. e:35. 8:50. 9:40, 10:30. 11:00, 11:10 a.
m.. 12:01. 12:15. 12:30. 12tfa ISO, 1:301, 2:00. 2:30
3:15. 3:40. 4:00. 4:10. 4:21, 4:35. 4:50. 5:00, 5:13. 5:10.
3:4. 6:00. 6:ia 6:45. 7:23. 8:2'. 9:00. 9:15, 10:2C
11.1)0, Ili30 p. m. wcek-davs, and 12:10 nlcht, ex
cept Monday, tunday, 5:30. 3:40. 10:30 a. m.,
32:25. 12:50. 1:30. 2:30. 4-30, 6-JO. 7:20, 9-00. 9-30.
10:.1O p. m.. 12:10 nigh .
Braddock Accom.. 5:25.6:08. 6x13. 6:43, 7.00.7:23.
7-40, 8:00, 81IO, 8:35, 80, 9:40. 10:3a 11:00. 11:10,
a.m.. 12:01,12:13, Ht30, 12:80. Ir31, 1:30. 2:00, 2:10.
3:13, 3:40, 4:00, 4I0, 4:2S, 4:30, 4:35. tl'A 5:00. 3:1.
8SP, 5:45. 6:C0. 6:20. 6:45. 75. 8:20. 9aA 9:43. 10rM
31:00,11:30p.m. week-davs, and 12:10 night, ex
teptMondav. Sunday. 5:30. 3:00, 8:40, 10-10 a.m..
32:25. 12), 1:10. 20. 4:30, 5:30. VS), 9:90, 9:3J,
1030 p.m.. 12:10 night. -
fcOrmWEST PENN" KAILWAY T
hForTJnlontown53audsaa. m.. 1:5) and 4:33 a.
OS A1DAFTEKMAT33. Hit.
Fov Monongahela City. West r.rownsvllie and
Uniontown. 10:40 a.m. For Monongahela Cltv
and West Brownsville. 7:33 and 10-4O a. m.. an!
40p. m. On Sunday, 8t53 a, m. and 1:01 p. m.
For Monongahela Cltv only. 1:01 and 5:30 p. ra.
I weex-aays. uravosourg ccom.. omus.ni. ana
cu. m. nrci. uajs. ni riainjiii ACCtillu
8:35 s. m.. 4:15, C:30, and 11:33 p, m. Ssanday.
WESA' PIjr?JSXlVVANIA DIVISION.
OX AVD AVTKU Jrv - 1?)S.
FromFEDEEAL SXBEET STATION. Allegheny
ForSprlngdale. week-davs. 6:2a f.fi. 93. 10:4H
110.1. m.. 1130, 2:23, 4:00. 3:00. 5:43, 6:10. 6:20,
i:10. 10:30andll:40p. m. Sundays. 12:33 andj-jj
For Butler. week-dAys, 6:2a 8-45, 10:40 a. ra.. 3:U
and 3:10 p.m.
For Freeport. week-days. HA f:4S. 10:40 a.m.,
2:15. 4:00. Snia, 8:10. 10:30 and U-40p. m. Son-
For Apollo, week-days. 10s40 a. m. and 5:03 p. m.
ForPaultonan BlalrsvUle, week-days, 6:3ja, m
3:15 and 10:30 p.m.
JSiTThe Excelsior Baggage Express Companr
wjil call for and cheek baggare from hotels and
residences. Time cards and full Information ca(
be obtained at the ticket offices No, 110 Fifth at.
nue, corner Fourth avenns end Try ttrtstaai
CHAS.E.PUaH. 3. R. WOOD.
General Manager. Gen'l Passer Ageat
PUl.ji.GKU aU LAKE Eitl.-. iCAll.ltil.VD
Compaoy. Schedule In effect ov. 20. 1S92, Cen
tral tline.-P.&L. E. IiU K.-11M-ART For Cleve
land. '7:00, 8:00 a. m,. "2:10. 4:2J. 10r3 p. m. Fur
Chicago, "7:00 a. m,.2:10. 4:20 n m. For Cincinnati
andbt. Louis, 'J:10, '10:5 p. m. For BuSalo.'ll:15a.
In., 4:20. "10:3p.m. tor Salamanca, 'b-001. m.
JHO, "10:25 p. m. For Youngstown aud New
Castle. "7:00. S:00. "11:15 a. m.. "2:10. W'JO. 4:23.
"10:25 p. m. F.r Beaver Fallsf 5:i5: "7:00. "8:00,
11:15 a. m.-i "1:00. "2:10, 3:30, 4:i0, S:J. "10:Sp. m.
or Chartiers, 5:30. 5:35, 6:00. W:45. 7:i0. "7-30
8:CC,"9:10. 9:30. 10:30. "11:15. 111:43 a.m.. "1:00, 1:10.
3:10. 3115. "4:25,3:10. 5:20 "8:00, 10:30 p. m.
Aheive From Cleveland. 8:3 a. in.. "12:10.
"3:15. "7:43 p. m. From Cincinnati, Chicago and
St, Louis. "(10 a. m., "12:10. IM p. m. From
Buffalo, "3:30 a. m.. 12:30. "5:13. l:30p. nu From
Salamanca. "j:30. "10:00 a.m.. "7:45 p. m. front
Youngtown and New 1 atle. "3:30. S7.25. I0:CO
a. n-.. "12:v "5:15, "7:43. 9:30 p. m. From Beaver
Kallj.SiSO. "3:30. 7:25. "10:00 a. m., "120. 2:03, "3:00. .i
5:15. "7:15, 9ip. m. , .
P.. C. jt Y. tr ilns for Mansfl-id and Beeehmoaiv -w;
7:10 a. m.. 10:33 a.m.. 3:45 p. nl. . .aS.
V.,C & Y.tralns from Alansfleld and Beechmont, -
6:57. 9:50. 9:55a. m. I:t5 p.m. :
P.. MoK. & Y. K. K. DF.FAKT For New Ilavca '"
and West Newton. "S:20a. m., "3rfO p. m.
AKHIVE-From New Haven aud West Newton. ,
"9:C0a. m.. 4:C7p. 111.
For JIcKeesport. Elizabeth. Monongahela City
and Belle Vernon, "fi:40.t9:13, 11:05 a.m. ."4.-00."t5:M
From Belle Vernnn. Monongahela City, Elizabeth
and McKeesoort,t3:50, "7:40, tll:03a..-n..i::55,"5:M
"Daily. T Sundays only, t To and from New
Castle only. tTo and from McKeeportonIv.
City Ticket Office, C39 SmltliCeld Street.
B" ALT1MOKE AND OHIO KAILROAD
schedule In effect Nov. 13, 1302. Eastern time.
ior asiitngton. u.
C, Baltimore, Pbtla
delphla aud New
Tori, "j u a m and
"S30. "3 00 a ro. 1 10,
9 20 p m. ,
"650. "303. $330 am, :
tllO. J415, 503 and
J630. 30 $330am.
4110. tlli and 3 03
For Mt. Pleasant.
t 50 and JS 00 a m. JI 10. tl 1 and 5 05 p m.
For Washington, Pa., "7 20 and 9 30 a ra. "4 CO,
4 45. "7 30 p m.
t or W heeling. "7 23 and 9 30 a ro. "4 00. "7 30.
For Cincinnati and St. Louis. "7 23 a m, "7 39
For Colnmbns. 720am. "739pm.
or Newark, "7 20 a m. "7 30 p in.
For Chicago, 720amand733nra.
Trains arrive Trom New York. Philadelphia,
Baltimore and Washington. S 2a am. "3 40pm. ,
From Columbus, Cincinnati and Chicago. "3 30 .
a m. "a 45 n m. From Wheeling mand !! as '
I a m. tl ,5 and t 45 p m.
. Parlor xnd sleeping cars to Baltimore, Washing- ,1
ton, Cincinnati and Chicago.
I "Daily. tDailv except Sunday. $Sundayoniy.
j The PlttsburgTransfer Company will call for and
(check baggage rrom hotels and residence, upon .
orders left at B. & O. ticket office, corner Fifth
avenueand Wood street, and 6I1 Smlthfleld street.
J. T. UDELL. C11AS. O. SCULL. y.
1 General Manager. Pen. Pass. Agent.
S500 TO $500,000 S2&
gajjes, city or country pruperty, at lowest
rntes. JAS. W. DKAPE 4 CO., 313 Wood st.
Telephone No. 975.
BUY A LOT
a population of 8,000 People and they
125,000 Per Month.
Best Water in Pennsylvania,
Big Brick School Houses,
Churches of All Denominations,
Every Convenience of Pittsburg,
And is Only 18 Miles from the