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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH?" FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16. ' 1892.
LARGE GAINS ARE FREQUENTLY OBTAINED FRQM THESE SMALL ADS.
Sham-stilli The furnaces are hustling to
pet In blast the first of the vear.
Beaver Txlls This town is In the same
boat with the East End. nttsDurg overrun
Cxsras Frank-Beese, a ronnz son ot Jus
tus Reese, was instantly killed Wednesday
jilsht by a Cleveland, Loraine and Wheeling
Castos Mrs. John Gibson, who ran away
with Georse C. Sweet, a Chicago drummer,
has returned and is again with her husband
3ir. Gibson has forgiven his wife.
ilcKEEsrocT "Wednesday night, at the Na
tional Colling Mill, Steve Chepolon, a young
Austrian, as crushed to death under a pile
of iron. Every Done in his body was broken.
Milxesville, Fa. An explosion or dyna
mite occun-ed Wednesday night. Thomas
Walter and Michael Fairish were blown to
atoms. Dominick Walter, a contractor, and
Michael Marine were fatally injured.
Louisville, O. Ten masked men visited
the homo of ihris Miller, took him to a
nearby field and there tossed him in a
blanket and beat and clubbed him nish unto
death. The men were White Caps who had
previously warned the man to desist from
beating his wife while drunk.
BEESS EEFOSKEBS CHOOSE A STYLE.
Women's Gowns to Be Loose-Waisted and
Short Enough Hot to Trail.
Chicago, Dec. 15. The National Council of
Women, in triennial session at the Palmer
Jlou?e, to-day listened to an extensive report
on dress reform presented by Mrs. Frances
XL Bussell, Chairman or the committee on
that sublcct. Other members of the com
mittee are Mrs. F. S. Parker, Mrs. Jenness
Miller and Octavia Bates. They recom
mended a gown of a composite type, loose
waisted and short -skirted enough to enable
the wearer to go up and down stairs without
dancer. The ioport was exhaustively dis
cussed, but it w as deferred lor future meet
Inss to adopt or to niodify-
The Committee on Equal Wages, having In
chaise the agitation looking tonal d the es
tablishment or the principle of equal pay
lor equal work, reported that efforts are
being made to have a bill introduced in
Congiess, making statutory piovision for
that reform. The Divorce Eeforai Commit
tee outlined its work looking toward the
3-enrescntation of women in the National
Divorce Eefonn Leasue.
The organizations represented at the
meeting were: Tne National Women's Chris
tian Temperance Cnion, the ational Flee
Baptist Woman's Society, the National
American Women's Suffrage Association,
the Women's Centenary Association of the
Pantist Church, and the International Kin
dergarten Union. The Woman's Republi
can Association, of Cleveland, was admitted
to the council.
THE CHINESE EHPEEOE INTEECEDES
In Behalf or the Celestials in This Country
for a Modification of Geary's Lair.
Sax Fraxcisco, Dec 15. At the Chinese
Consulate, Secretary Tang Ilanc to-day
denied that Chinese opposition to the Geary
act is to be withdrawn. By the last mail
fiom China, he said, the Consulate received
nn official reply from the Chinese Govern
ment to the monster petition sent by the
Chinese of this country to the Emperor,
asking his assistance. The communication
is signed by Prince Chung, Chief or tne
Department of State, and says the Emperor
pledges his word to make overtures to the
United State Government with a view to
opening negotiations that will lead to a
reasonable modification of the law affecting
Chinese subjects as it stands to-day.
T'ie Chinese peonle here are assured there
will oe no delay about the measures being
taken by the Emperor to secure speedy
lelief, and the Six Companies are in nowise
counseled to abandon their opposition to
Friday and Saturday,
Children's suede mousquetatres: 75c a pair;
& nice Christmas present.
Locvr.E. 21 Sixth street.
See onr holiday display of silk handker
chiets and silk mufflers.
Jakes 11. Aik & Co., 100 Fifth avenue.
Get your tea, coffee, baking powder and
spices at the stores of The Great Atlantic and
Pacific Tea Company. SatMactlon guaran
teed. Beautiful s-ouvenir during Christmas
m eek, entitled, "Good Morning." To be had
at all our stores.
MEETINGS AND NOTICES.
TniED Natioxal Baxk, rrrTsnrso.
December 191 IS3i J
T'LECTTOX-THE ANNUAL ELECTION FOR
nine directors or this bank to serve for the
nii!nR rear, will be hell at the banking house.33)
and ::? Wood si.. m IL'EbDAi. January 10, 1K!3.
tittwcen the bours of 11 a. m. and 1 r. m.
W. STLINMEYEi:. Cashier.
First National Bank, l'lTTSBtrno. Pa.
TIIF ANNUAL ELECTluN FOlt NINE DI-HECTOK-
lor thi hank to serve for the ensu
ing year ill be held at the hanking house, corner
Mood st ana Fifth av.. TCtsDAY, January 10,
1&93. between the hours of 12uion and 1 F. M.
J. D. SCULLY, Cashier.
December 10. 1892.
UFFllE OF THE CITIZEN. S' INSURANCE Co.,
IK and 101 Fourth avenue.
PlTTSECItG. I)ecember9, lS3i
-T'LECTIOX-AN ELECTION FOR FIFTEEN
l j Directors ol this compauv. to serve for the cn
f ng ear, will be held at tfie office of thecom
i nv on MONDAY, Dec 19. between the hours of
11 a si. and I r. M. J. K. SN'IVELY. bec'y.
DrouESNE National IUxk, )
PIttseieg. Ph.. Dec. 10. lSSi J
ELEriON-THE ANNUL ELECTION FOR
i 10 len directors to serve this nant for the en
su'ngvear will be held at the banking house. No.
A -mlthReld strtet, on TUESDAY. Januarv 10,
1 i, bitween the hours of 12 . and 1 r. X.
A. H. FATTtEsON, Cashier.
Westisoiiouse Aia Brake Co
riTTsBCBO. PA., December 15, 189:
-TUVIDEND-THE BOARD OF DIKECTORS OF
J. ' this companv has this oar declared the rcgu
i.r dixldend or FIVE I'EK CENT, and an extra
idend or FIVE l'U! CENT, payable to Btock
? Hen- of record on January Ju, 1SI3. Transfer
k will be closed from January 1st to 10th. both
s i. lusive JOHN CALDWELL, Ireasurer.
VOTTCE IS nEEEBY GIVEN THAT LETTERS
! testamentary on the estate of Isabella JIc
t le'Iand. deceased, late or Pittsburg. Allegheny
c junty. Pennsylvania, have been granted to the
undersigned, to whom all persons indebted to said
-tate are requested to make Immediate pavment.
and those harlngclalms against the same will make
them known without delay.
W. J. .MCCRACKEN, .,
H. J. MCCRACKEN, J Executors.
6J1 Liberty St.
FIDELITY TITLE AND TRUST CO.. Ill and 13
T 'STATE OF TIENEI ROLLIN PARKER. DE
. LASED Notice is hereby given that letters
c f administration on the estate or Henri Rollin
3'arket have been granted to the undersigned, to
whom all persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment, and those
1 ax tnp claims against the same should make them
known without delav.
F1DLLITYIITLE AND TRUST CO.,
Administrator c. t. s,
E. Y. CHECK. Attorney.
JOsIAU COHEN i CO., Attorneys,
S5 Diamond st,
ESTATE OF ADOLFH ABUAMS. DECEASED
Execulor's Notice Notice Is hereby given
tl. at letters testamentary on the estate or Adolph
A brains, late or the city or Pittsburg, in the coun
ty or Allegheny and htate or Pennsylvania, de
ceased, have been granted to the uudcrsigned, to
w hom all persons indented to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment, and those
t.avlng claims or demands against the sainewlh
make them known n Itnont rielav to
JOSEPH FINK. Executor.
No. 812 Liberty ave.. Pittsburg, Pa.
I-'OCM) A. Carlson. 109 Carson St.. southslde. Is
' carrying the finest 6tock or Americas andfawlss
watches at lowest prices.
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take advantage of our low prices on all best
tr.akes orsewiug machines, which we sell from Sj
t.? Sewing Machine Exchange, 17 Diamond St.,
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kidney diseases, require scientific constitutional
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JSS'Claisiiedreat eifac advertisements on this
f age led cents per line for each insertion, and
none takenor less than twenty cents.
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vance cither at main or branch offices.
Want ed JLdvertitemenU of AH JSnds,
MALE HEL.P, BOABDINO,
FEMALE IIELr, BOARDERS,
rritsoxALs, to let booms.
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALES,
LOST AM) FOUND.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH.
Cor. Stnlthfleld and Diamond Streets.
AL WAYS OPEN.
BRANCH OFFICES AS TOLI.OWS. WnERE
WANTS. FOR SALE. TO LET AND OTHER
TRANSIENT ADVERTISEMENTS WILL BE
RECEIVED UP TO 9 P. M. FOR INSERTION.
Advertisements should be prepaid tinless adver
tisers already have accounts with Tnr DisrATCn.
FOR ALLEGHENY. HO. 107 FEDERAL ST.,
FOR THE SOUTHSIDE. 'M CARSON ST.,
TELEPHONE NO. 6022:
FOR THE EAST END. J.W.WALiAOa. 8121
thomas McCaffrey, ssra Butler st,
EMIL G. STUCKEY. 24th street and Penn avenne.
F. TI. EGGERS 4 SON. Ohio and Chestnut sts.
THOMAS McHENRY. Western and Irwin avs.
ASSISTANT bookkeeper-Must be quick and
accurate and have some knowledge of the Iron
business; gtve reference and salary expected.
Manufacturer. Dlpatch office.
BARBEK-rirst-class one. speaking German prc
lerred: wages (12 per week. Address. J. B
BARBER to help out on Saturday; good pa y. 1559
rlOY-By F. G. Relneman. 54 Sixth st.. third
) story, to run errands and help about the store;
cteady work ir suitable.
BUTCHER A good butcher who understands
cutting up ormeatln shop. Inquire 2"95tli av.
BRICKYARD HAXDS-Must be experienced.
Apply at John Lanzler's, Llm., Bedrord av.,
near Penn Incline.
C1ANVASSERS Everywhere: 112 weekly and 5
J per cent commission. 102 Fourth av.. Room 6.
COLLECTOR Tor route outside city: 500 bond re
quired; hustlers only need apply. C F.
Adams Co.. T04 Liberty st.
U1TU CIr.KIv-Q. A.; German preferred. Ad
dress Aeroune, uispaicu uuicc.
RUGCLERK-3or4 years' experience; Q. A.
Itnamnus. inspatcn omce.
INDIVIDUAL BOOKKEEPER for bank: state
age. experience and salary expected. Address
Bank, Dispatch office.
MECHANICAL engineer or draftsman Must be
accurate, also capable of attending to corres
pondence for his department: slate experience had
and salary expected. Manufacturer, Dispatch
MEN Good men in every town and city to
represent a building and loan association
npon the best plan everchartered In Pennsylvania:
good territory ror good men; remember we give
agent good rales and control of his territory:
give references and experience. Address or call
Keytone National Savings Fund and Loan As
sociation, room IS, fourth floor. Downing Build
ing, Eric, Pa,
MEN If you are Intelligent men and really want
to work, we are sure our bus ness will yield you
not less than 15 or $20 per week. Call at once. E.
Gately & Co.. 25 Federal 6t., Allegheny. Pa.
PAINTER and paper hanger, for board. Address
W. W., Dispatch office.
PATTERNMAKER-Must be a first-class me
chanic and accustomed to englue work. Cor.
S. Twenty-first and Mary sts.. city.
OLE TURNER One good roll turner on sheet
rolls, can atoiz, Lett is diock.
SALESMEN Two shoe salesmen of eiperience.
Cochran's Shoe House. Fourth and Market.
ALESMAN At once Experienced retail cloth
5 Ing salesman. Fairons. Braddock. Pa.
SOLICITOR A good solicitor can have employ
ment at ;5per week. Pittsburg Clean 'towel
Co.. 143 Fulton st.
a'UNXEL bricklayers (30) and two foremen: none
. but good tnnnel bricklayers wanted: apply
on the work at Kerrmore. Clearfield Co.. Pa., on
Beech Creek Railroad: no letters answered: 3,500,
0C0 brick to bo put in place. Geo. S. Good & Co.
aiURNER-At once, competent roll turner and
. night roller on T-lnch train. The Union Iron
ana bteel Company, Pomeroy. O.
WANTED-Manager for enameling foundry,
making sanlta'y ware; none but a competent
man need apply. II. F. Hippie & Co., 96 Fourth
"V OUNG MAN for wholesale men's furnishing
X house. Call after 10 o'clock this morning. COS
AGENTS Salarv or commission to agents to han
dle the Patent Chemical Ink Erasing Pencil:
the most uselul and novel Invention of the age:
erases ink thoroughly In two seconds: works like
inagic: 200 to 500 per cent profit: agents making
$50 per week: we also want a general agent to lake
charge or territory ana appoint sub agents: a rare
chance to make money. Write lor terms and sam-
Ele or erasing. Monroe Eraser Mrg.Co., X10, Ea
AGENTS We wantmenwho are already travel
ing salesmen to carry our lubricants as a side
line; name references and territory. Manufact
urers' Oil Co.. Clevclind, O.
AGENTS WAXTED-JC0 per week easily made
Household Novelty Company, York, Pa
GEST To sell WIeganil's picture hanger.
Wiegand Hanger Co., 1232 Penn.
AGENTS-To sell "O'Keere's PIUs." Dr.
O'Kecfe Co., 1232 Penn.
Female Help Wanted.
GIRES-2 girls to learn dressmaking. 154 Jackson
AIRDRESSEE At once, experienced lady
hairdresser. Apply Mrs. Fred Goodwyn. 54
and 50 Sixth St., city (late Rainey's).
SALESLADIES Ten first-clsss salesladies for
jewelrv department In Kaufmanns' store: best
reference required. Apply to manager of depart
ment. WANTED Cook and housework girls; places
free. Exchange. 910 Penn av.
aialo and Female Help Wanted.
HELP Colored man and wife for small hotel,
larni hands, colored boy, man cook, cooks,
chambermaids, dishwashers, laundress, dining
room girls, children's nurse, ramllv rooks, cham
bermaids, house girls, colored girls; highest
wages paid here: work strictly on business prin
ciples. Methan's Agency, 645 Graut St.
HELP Cooks, chambermaids, dining room
girls, nurses, honscglrls. German and colored
girls, laundresses, hotel help, drivers, farm hands,
white and colored T alters, one colored boy. Miss
Dolan, successor to Mrs. Thompson, 003 Grant st.
Hotels, Dining and Eunch Booms.
ANCHOR HOTEL. Liberty, corner Fourth;
lodging per night, 25c, 35c 50c; week, tl 25.
1 TS. St ?.
HOTEL ROLL. 49 Eleventh sk.. near Union de
pot: clean, quiet dining room: meals. 25c;
beds. 25. 50 and 75c: the bar contains the best.
STUDENTS at Institute. 104EirtnT., Pittsburg;
day and evening sessions.
Boarders and Lodgers Wanted.
OARDERS and mealcrs. 38 Third av. ; prices
low: call immediately.
GENTLEMAN partner, tOT good habits, for front
room; also lrontroom to let. 700 Dnquesne
T) OOMERS for well furnished front room; all
XVi conveniences. 2S7 North av.. Allegheny.
TXTANTED Gentleman roommate; comfortable
IT lrontroom; $5.
143 Locust, corner Mager.
WANTED-Occupants for furnished rooms. 10
Sherman av., Allegheny.
Financial Wan ted.
ENSWANGEE& ZAHN-Fire insurance. 60
JOHN K. EWING & CO., 107 Federal St.. make
quick loans: money ready.
MONEY to loan on mortgages: can furnish anv
sum desired; no delay. Piper & Clark, 131
"ONEY at 5 per cent: we have"f50.000 to loan.
4v, .... I f AllecJS- IVi IfU ITnnrLh at.
ftJW M. y .... w w ,. . w .... . i
MORTUAUu on city or juiegneny county
property at lowest rates. Henry A. Weaver,
4 Co.. 82 Fourth av.
TO LOAN 1203,000 on mortgages: flOO and up
ward at 6 per cent; t500,COU at 4H per cent on
residence or business property, vacant lots or
farms. S. II. French, J25 Fourth av.
WANTED-Mongages on improved clly or Alle
gheny city property. McCune & Coulter, 93
ANTED To make you a quiet loan on mort
gage enjaer a. nue, to; isiru av.
Situations Wanted. '
J7XPERT accountant seeks evening employment:
j bonks posted, audited, balanced. L., 4 Carlisle
Place, Fifth av.
1JOSITION Youngnian, with some years' experi
ence, would like to represent hi this vicinity
some good house: commission preferred. Address
F. W.. Dispatch office.
POSITION A voung man able and willing to
lo anvthlng to wurk himself up to good Job,
wants a chance. Address Work. Dispatch office.
POSITION in hotel, hospital or public lanndry
have had experience In hand and power plants
Address D. S.. Dispatch office.
POSITION by experienced bookkeeper and travel
ing salesman with wholesale liquor house. Ad
dress X. E.. Dispatch office.
1 POSITION by voung man as assistant in office.
Address J. F.. Dispatch office.
SITUATION liy a gentleman. Q. A. and lh. G..
with 5 j ears' experience and Al references po
sition with first-class house, where tame wlllbe
permanent. Address Lock Box 782. Latrobe. Pa.
SITUATION To run a stationary engine by prac
- Ileal machinist and engineer; have had 20
year' experience and can furnish best of rererence.
Address Engineer. Dispatch office.
SITUAi'lbN A druggist ortS years' experience
wants position; out or city preferred: regis
tered as manager: references. Address BoxSfi,
Boston. Allegheny Co., Pa
SITUATION-As millwright an practical ma
chinist. Address Millwright, Dispatch office.
PARTNER-Wlth fl.000. to start institute for
cure alcohol habit: has cured hundreds and is
equallu efficacy to Keelei's cure; cheaperana not
dangerous. For personal Interview address Sure
ming, mtpatcn omce.
"PARTNER-An excellent opening In a first-class
1 manufacturing house for a business man with
in fvn...Ii, ,11 MWKiuinilnnM run fl.l enMi.1- Ar1
tircss Factory, Dispatch office.
Business Opportunities Wanted.
WANTED Mercantile business: a lively coun
try location preferred. Address Merchant,
WANTED Room snltiblo Tor doctor's office."
Pittsburg or Allegheny: ground or second
floor. Address Doctor, Dispatch office.
"ITT ANTED Two furnished rooms near post
ll office both gases and bath. Address h,. 23,
I?EECT3ICMfg. and SnpplvCo..310Blssell block.
j Pph., 64 Federal. AUcgh'y: Incandescent and
bell wiring; electrical repairing a specialty;
IADIEs' Dining and Lunch Room Holiday
j liuverswhen out shopping lnnch atKevau's
ladies' favorite lunching resort. 90S Penn av.
JAINTING and plate glass glazing. K. C. Miller,
. 528 Grant st,. Pittsburg.
ENGINE One tramway engine, good order,
three fool gange. weighing 7 to 10 tons; naul
Ingcapacitv 14,001 or lCCuofeetor logs: to be used
on iron rails. Address Pan! Weldmann. Pauld
PLUSH SACQUES Brlrglhem to us to be done
oier; made like new; fo and (10. Paulson
Bros., 441 Wood St.
PURCHASER for new high-arm Singer: for sale
at half price: sewing machines from JO up, at
FenlngMachlue Exchauge, 17 Diamond st., Pltts
biirg. ri'EUNKb hauled to anu irora tne bast End for
JL fifty cents. Campbell Davis, No. 12 Seventh
av. Telephone 27B.
USE Jones' Bedbug Paralyzer rones' slag
Roach Powder: roaches banished by contract
satlstactlon given or no pay. 222 Federal St., Alle
gheny. bold hy all first-class druggists.
ITT ANTED Factory room with power, electric
It or steam: should be 75x33 leei or thereabout:
state terms bv year or lease ror term of years;
must have good light. G. C. VanKlrk, 125
WANTED All business men to know that the
Office Sp-ctaltvCo., 105 Third av., keep in
stock the latest and best office furniture, filing
cabinets and labor-saving office specialties.
WANTED Ware's Umbrella Works: they are
at 24 Sixth st.. directly opposite BIJoa The
ater: they re-cover and repair umbrellas while you
walt:abest work: lowest prices.
WANTED To trade a donble-door Barnes saft
lor narlor furniture or real estate: Blzc4ft.
h'gh. as in. wide, 31 in. deep; good as new. Ad
dress Sal. Dispatch office.
WANTED to hire for two or three months a
small locomotive; 3-foot gauge; Porter make
B referred. Addrcjs Locomotive, branch office
TT ANTED A fine St. Bernard pup: also a fine
t Italian irrevhound. wlthnedlrrce: state ace:
also where can be seen. Address Btrnard, Dis
WANTED Contracts of hanllng for all kinds of
wholesale Louses at lowest rates. M. B.,
"tTjANTED to buy 100,000 old brick. Address Old
I V Brick, branch Dispatch oflicc, Allegheuy.
ODD and photo engraving: halftones; electro-
ivpnig. liragnon. ,a rouriii avu.
FOIl SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
BEAUTIFUL upright piano, best make, nsed
only one month: very cheap. No. 40 Mont
gomery av., Allegheny.
NO For sale or rent: a good upright nlano.
192 Arch St., Allegheny.
Itnbber Stamps and Stencils For Sale.
GETvourrubberstamps. steel stamps, stencils,
seal presses, brass checks, etc. from SbeaSer
t Co.. 4K Filth av.. Duff's College building.
STENCILS, steel stamps,
teal presses, rubber stamps, etc
W. A. Buntluz. 20 Fifth av.. cor. Market.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock For Sale.
BUGGY A first-class side-bar buggy made by
Hooker ,t Co.. of New Haven, Conn., the best
makers In the United States: cost S325 and will sell
lorJloOir sold quick; also a handsome light Port
land sleigh made by Kendell, the great sleigh
builder, will be sold ehcap, $50: both can be teen
at my stable No, 13S v ebster av., city. Wm. 11c
Callin. FOR SALE Carriage and barouche: one elegant
carriage, nearlv new: one old Jump heat
barouche: owner quit housekeeping and will sell at
a bargain. Apply to James Si. Wilkinson, 421
MARE A grav marc 5 years old: doctor's buggy
and harness; also a thoroughbred black mare
G years old: good saddlers; will sell cheap. Apply
J. Warburton, Hatfield St., bet. 47th and 48th sis.,
Machinery and Metals For Sale.
BOILERS and engines, second hand: all sizes
from 4 to 130 li. p. : cheapest In the market: 04
boilers and engines In stock, stationary and porta
ble, upright boilers, mounted larm engines, steam
pumps, governor, pullers and t-haftlng. '1 el. 34J1.
23-25 Park way. J. &. Young, Allegheuy, Pa.
BRYANT and Acme automatic engines and holl
ers, hot water and steam heatlug exhaust fans
and ventilating fly rans. water and electric motors,
dnaraos and electric lighting: general machinists,
engiucers and contractors: stationary engines and
boilers. Tompkins Ulrlch. 316 Liberty St., Pitts
ENGINES and boilers or every description: brick
vard supplies: contractors' and rolling mil lma
chincry. Thomas Carlin's bous, Lacock and ban
dusky sts.. Allegheuy. '
EWING MACHINES Dunn, Penn av East
Miscellaneous For Sale.
BRICK 5,000,000 new building brick in quanti
ties to suit buyer at Bedrord av.. near Penn
Incline. John Lauz Co., Llm. City tele
phone 220. '
COINS for sale 1, CC0 or 1.7CO pieces; very rare old
coins rrom almost all pirts or the world. Ad
dress Old Coins. 1229 Railroad St.. Braddock. .
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. with knowledge latherthan opinion, and with
all subjects from a critical and historical rather
thanadogmatlc point of view: Its main object Is
to give an accurate account of facts, and an Impar
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glish literature .
STOVES-Largo and small second-hand beating
and cooking stoves, also gas stove; very cheap.
30 Fayette St., one door from Chanters St., Alle
gheny. THE finest lot of elk heads In the two cities: come
and see them. Tom Patterson & Co., 49 Fed
eral at-. Allegheny.
Business Opportunities For Sale.
T70R BALE-Bllllard and pool parlor, barber
JJ shop and tobacco and cigar stand doing a first
class business. Address M. Y., Dispatch office.
K SALE-Bakery and restaurant.
iuain si,, saiem, u.
Business Opportunities For Sale.
BILLIARD hall equipments: 5 tables: good pay
ing business: will rent room-: main street; will
sell cheap. Address Box 93. Rochester. Pa.
C1LOTHING anil gents' furnishing goods store;
J good town oris, 0U) Inhabitants: stock will in
voice about f 10.000: can be reduced to suit pur
chaser; doing the leading business In the city: good
reasons for selling. Address CO.. Dispatch office.
LICENSED HOTEL Inquire C. X. Dispatch
PAPER ROUTE in lire towniear the city, clear
ing 145 per week; bargain; fine grocery store in
good location: saloon and restaurant: cigar store;
stocks to exchange for real estate. Holmes & Co.,
WALL PAPER store in well growing town out
of Pittsburg: rare chance: good reason for
selling. Address Box 717. Duquesue. Pa.
1 fi OOO Clotnlng house Tne leadlngclothlng
tJlXUs linuso In one or the best manufacturing
towns In Western Pennsylvania: has a steadily in
creasing business; made over t3,009 clear last year:
he owner is In other business and will give a live
man a bargain. M. F. Hippie Co., 96 Fourth av.
Cl1 r OOO Business chance: Interest In a live
uD-LUj and substantial manufactuilug business,
doing a good trade; want to increase the business.
M. F. Hippie & Co.. 06 Fourth av.
Business Properties For Sale.
I TOR SALE My steam and water power grist and
: saw mills' at Waltersburg on the Redstone
Branch Railroad, Favettc connty. Pa., both in ex
cellent condition. The grist mill is run roller
process; acapnclty of 50 bbls. per day; also, two
tenement houses and other outbuildings. The mill
Is In a good wheat locality and has a good custom.
Eight percent Is gnarauteed on Investment. Best
of rea&ons for selling. Applv to A. K. Knotts,
Unloutown, or J. P. Mills, of Waltersburg, Pa.
WOOD ST. Flve-s'ory brick warehouse In good
condition; a G per tent investment: enhance
ment certain: price. J25.0LO. $5,000 cash. Samuel
W. Black & 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 tike payments In amounts
to suit purchasers: location in good neighborhood,
on high, dry ground, only 10 minutes from Conrt
House, on line of cable cars. A. Bauck, 441 Graut
IJ"OR SALE Schenley Part lots 50xlSo. greater
? frontage If desired. Woodland avenne. be
tween Forbes avenue and Schenley Park; asplml.
turn pavement; street railroad; cheap: easy terms
Frank F. Nicola, 5100 Forbes or 20 Fifth avenue.
8 LOTS. 24x100, corner Atlantic and Margaretta
sts.. E. E.. and only 5 minutes' wait Irora
Penn av. line: these lots arc very hire and are very
cheap at (550 each: terms reasonable. Mark E.
Baldwin, 24 Frankstown av., E. E.
Suburban Lots for Sale.
SWISSVALE-Palmcr Place lots, very near the
station: water and gas on the streets; excel
lent location and growing rapidly: good Invest
ment: SD00 lor choice lots. UuiTman i Baldrldge,
WUklnsunrg, opp. depot.
Cemetery Lots For Sale.
TX)R SALE Half ramily lot In Homewood Cem
.i? etery. Inquire 475 ebster av.
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE
FR SALE A p-iving leasehold In the Twelfth
ward, on which Is erected five houses renting
Tor about tOOO per vear: ground rent and taxes are
verj'iow: price onlvl,5ao; good reasons for soil
ing; first-class Investment for the right man. (123.)
See W. A. Uerron A Sons. No. M Fourth av.
FOR SALE On Second av. near Market St., the
beet located property on the street: has a
frontage of 35 reet: a substantial three-story brick
building on one-half the lot. Apply on the prem
ises. No. 68. .
FOR SALK J4, 200- Location very central Locust
near Magi e, brick house, 7 rooms: lot 20x02 It.;
a good property fur the money (111). W. A.
Herron Sons. 80 rourth av.
FOURTH AV.. near Liberty Two 3-story brick
dwellings; 12 rooms each: a growing business
locality; lot 40x85: will sell separately. Samuel W.
Black Co., 99 Fourth av.
ano T.oran st.. near Wlleav.:2-storv very
' neat brlek dwelling. 6 rooms and bath room:
marble mantel In parlor; lot 25 feet front. J. C.
Reilly, 80 Diamond st.
02,1 1 00 For that desirable 2-story and mansard
tljrr;. brick (stone front) dwelling; 7 rooms; Din
widdle St. ; It is cheap at above price. J. C.
Reilly, 80 Diamond St.
2Q 700 Chatham St.. close to 5th av.. 2-story
tDOs brick dwelling. 6 rooms: lot runs through
to Mate alley. J. aj. Rcllly. 80 Diamond St.
East End Residences For Sale.
TXIRSALE On 8hady av.. East End, fine Iocs
JJ tlon lor a physician, large house or 12 rooms. 4
rooms and hall on first floortnodern fixtures; sub
stantial carriage house on alley in rear: grounds
bcantirully improved: lot 104 feet front, or will sell
lets frontage It desired. (114c.) bee W, A. Herron
& Sons, SO Fourth av.
PR SALE Brick home: eleven rooms: modern
conveniences: streets sewered and paved;
ensv home with pleasant outlook; within 200 yards
ofNegleyav. : price and terms right to prompt
buyer. Address Owner, Dispatch office.
I?OR SALE-SB.700 Jnst finished, modern house;
0 rooms, hall, vestibule, bath, finished attic;
late Improvements; street paved; location desira
ble and easily l cached by cable and electric cars;
terms easy: worth an examination;' a good house
for the money (125c). Y. A. Herron &, Sons, 80
IAST END At a sacrifice If sold berorc Jan. I,
j 1803 East End residence or 11 rooms situated
in the center ortheEast End. handy to the trac
tion, electric and steam cars; all the modern Im
provements: lot 43x103 ft. to an alley: $9,500-13.500
cash, balance In 8 years; this Is a bargain, bbarra
Stevens, 3C05 Peun av.
FOR SALE Hero is a bargain New house 5
rooms, hall, porches, etc.. close to Stanton av..
11,600; must be sold, owner hard up for money. B.
R. McNelruey, 5411 Butler st.
MEYR AN AV. 2-stury frame dwelling. 4 rooms,
bath, h. andc. water: lot 22x142 to Ward St.;
H cash, bal. to suit. J. C. ltellly. 80 Diamond st.
SUADYalDE Ten-roomed brick house; best
location In Shadysldc: asphalt street: lot 0x
143: price S1.50O. Purchasers desiring to save
agents' commission address D. T., Dispatch
office. Cut this out, won't appear again.
Qn 800 for a new frame honse Of 6 room;, hall,
CD9 open stair case, slate mantel, front and
rear porches large cellar. lot 20x100 feel: this prop
erty Is near Penn av. cable cars, and will bo sma
for tauo cash, balance to suit. Black Balrd, No.
93 Fourth av.
Allegheny Residences For Sale.
ALLEGHENY North av.. one of the finest new
and modern residences fronting the parks:
complete In every particular: stone lront and all
hardwood finish; owntr to leave the city January
1 and must sell ; here ii a bargain to a quick buyer.
M. F. Hippie & Co., 96 Fourtli av.
ARCH ST. Corner property south of Montgom
ery ar.. near parks: 3-storv brick, 15 rooms.
2-story brick stable in rear: low price to close an
estate. Baxter, Thompson & Co., 161 Fourth av.
FOR SALE Three two-iorv frame dwellings,
southeast corner North and Grant avs. ; lot 49x
80: will be sold away down lr bought quick; neigh
borhood first class. For all inlonnatloa call on
Black & Balrd, 93 rourth av. (A 526.)
NO. 72 KIRKPATRICK AV.. Allegheny, one
sqnare from California electric line Brick
dwelling. 2 stories and finished attic: rc-emly
built, good condition; easy terms; If not sold by
Jan. 1 will be lor rent. Apply to Samuel J. Moffat,
No. 520 Penn av., ctty.
Suburban Residences For Sale.
I70RSALE-SewIckIey-t8.CK place for $6,500; 2
. story and mans, brick of 9 rooms and kitchen:
halL both gases, slate mantels, lront and rear
porches; lot 51 by over200ieet deep: within 1,4
squares ofFt. W. depot on the main street: owner
anou-rcsldent; wtlUellat a sacrifice within next
10 days. Black & Balrd, 93 Fourth ar.
SIIARPSBURG property on one of the best resi
dence streets lu'the borough, now rented at
(600 a year: built by owner for a permanent resi
dence: now a non-resident; have a low price, or
win exchange for East End property. Baxter,
Thompson A Co.. 161 Fonrth ar.
TTOH SALE Real estate bargains; send for new
J; catalogues, Just ouLmalled free; 3,000 proper
ties. Black A Balrd. 95 Fourth ar.
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X appearance; late fixtures: only 10 minutes' ride
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Allegheny Residences Xo Let.
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Upright pianos, furniture, carpets and
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Catalogue furnished. Also one flno ana
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SALE SATURDAY. DEC. 17. 2r. K. and 7.
v., 173 Federal st,, Allegheny.
HAURY McKNIGHT, Auctioneer.
Sales oi real estate, merchandise at stores,
household good at residences (Jewelry sales
for the trade only) piomptly attended to.
OClce,53 EisiierbuQdiiig.cor. 6th and WoodsC
AJBARGAIN FOB A QUICK PURCHASER.
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beautiful slate mantels, tile hearths and
vestlbnle, both gases In fact, all modern
conveniences. To see this property i to buy
it, as it is remarkably cheap. Lot 22x100 to
alley, with nice stable and carriage house
In rear. For particulars see qntcklv
WATT & NEVIN,
159 Fourth avenye.
TRACT OF ACREAGE
Containing about 10,000 front feet. This
property is located near Wilkinsburg and is
within an easy fire minutes' walk of tho
electric line: only $1,500 per acre:, ir you want
an investment that will net you 100 per cent
profit within a year do not miss this oppor
tunity. KELLY & ROGERS,
6216 PENN AV., PITTSBURG.
A. D. WILSON,
55 Federal Street, Allegheny
BAND OFEBA HOUSE
DDIPCQ Nights, Pjc. 25c. 50c, 75c.
I n I Li L.O- Matinees. 25c. 50c. reserved.
Next week DE. BILL. delS
Beginning Jlondny, December 19,
And His Bur Opera Company In
Sale of reserved seats now progressing.
To-night and Saturday matinee. The man
agement has the honor of presenting the
Next week Henry Dixeyin "PATIENCE."
THE ALVIN THEATER.
To-night, Wed. and Sat. matinees.
In their grand spectacular play
Next week "The Fall of Atlanta."
YALE (?LEE AND BANJO CIUB'3
Carnegie Hall, Allegheny,
FRIDAY, DEC. 23. 8:15 p. ar.
Tickets on sale at Weldin's, Wood st
HAERY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY-TO-NIGHT.
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
French Folly Burlesque Co.
BY L. CHAPMAN, OFnEWICKLEY.
Subjoct, "JOHNSTOWN FLOOD." Friday
evening , December 16, 1S32, in Union M. E.
Church, cor. Pennsylvania av. and Manhat
tan st. Admission 25c. del626
IIBIIfl A MARVEL OF REALISTIC ART!
njQlUn Now on exhibition dailvntEdmund
llnlltl 6on AFerrine's. 635 Smlthfleld streot.
Proclaimed by the press and public to be
the most wonderful picture of the age. Ad
mission 25 cents. Hours 9 A. it. till 10 p. m.
For Queenstown and Llrerpool.
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Saloon rates, $50 and noward, according to
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principal banks throughout Great Britain. Apply
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Pittsburg, or II. MAITEAND KKKSEY, General
Agent, 2 Broadway, N. Y. nolo-D
Steamer Lave New York Every Saturday
For Glasgow via Londonderry.
Rates for Saloon Passage.
Cabin, 84S and upwards,
Second Cabin, S30. Mccragc, 319.
Passengers booked at through rates to or from anr
city in Great Britain or on tbe Continent.
Drafts n London Sold nt Lnwt itqtes.
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Intermediate, 30. Steerage, Ml.
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Dec 29 State of Caliiornia boon.
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New York 7:wa. m.
Fast Line, dally at S:10 p. ra., arriving at Harris
burg3:0 a. m Philadelphia 6:50 . m.. New
Yorks:30a. m Baltimore 6:20 a.m Washing
ton 7:30 a. m.
All through trains connect at Jersey City with
boats of "Brooklyn Annex" for Brooklyn, N.Y
avoiding double ferriage andjourner through New
Johnstown Aecom.. except Sunday. 3:40 p. ra :
Greensburg Accora.. ll:30.p m..weekaays:10:3
. p. in. Sundays. Greensburg Express 5:15 p. m..
except Sunday, llerry Express 11:00 a. m., ex
ceptSundar. Wall Accom.. 5:25. 6.-00. 7:40, S:33, t -JO, 9:10, 10:30,
11:00a. m.. 12:15. 12:50. 1:20. 2:30. 3:40. 4:0a, 4:50.
1:15, 6:00. 6:45. 7:25. S:C0, 10:20, U:S0 p. in.. 12:10
night, except Monday. Sui.i'ny. 8:40. 10,30 a. m..
12:25.12:50 '1:30. 4:30. 5:30. 7r2u, 0:30, 1030 p. m.
and 12:10 night.
Wilkinsburg Accom., 8:25, 6:00. 6:11 6:45. 7:00.
7: 7:40. 8:1". t:35. 8:50, 9:40. 10:30, 11:00, 11:10a.
nCl2:0L 12:15. 12:30, 12:50. 1:20. 1:30, 2:00. 2:30
IU5. t:4074:00. 4:10 4:25. 4:35, 4:50. 5.00, 5:15. 3:30,
t:4o. 6.-0O. 6:20. 1:45. 7:25. 8:2ft :W. 9:45, 10:20,
11:00. lliSO n. m. weer-davf, and 12tl0nlgnt, ex
cept Monday. Sunday. 5:30. 8:40. 10 ISO sura..
1225. 12:50. 1:30. 2:30, 4:30, 5:30. 7:20. ICOO. 9:30,
30:30 p. m.. l?:innlgh . .
Braddock Accom.. 5:25. 8:00, 6:15. 6:45, -., 7:25,
i'-'TV."'..1'- "", "i sTi-Tm: .. lO-.Tbalm..
ZZw riJa jSTVaS rkST is
lOop. m.. 12:10 sight.
SOTfTHTTEST PESN RAItW 1. 1
ForUnIontown5:25aud8:3ia. m.. 1:20 and 1:25 p.
OS A-nJ AFTSBMAT23. 111.
For Monongahela City. West BrownsTniB ana
TJnlontown. 10:40 a.m. For MonongahelaCltr
and West Brownsville. 7:35 and 10:40 a. m.. and
4S0p. m. On Sunday. 8:55 a, m. and 1:01 p. ra.
ForJIonongahela Cltr only. 1.-C1 and 5:50 p. m.
-nrek-days. Dravosbnrg Accom.. 6:00 a.m. ana
f :20i. m. week days. West Elizabeth Accom.
8:35 s.m.. 4:15. 6:30. and 11:55 p. ro. Sunday.
:40 p. m.
WIST PENNSYLVANIA DIVISION.
OX AKD AVTKIl JITVF. n. ISVi
rrom FEDERAL STREET STATION. Alleghear
ForSprlngdale. week-davs. r:2n, titi. !, 10:49,
11 JiTa. m.. 1:30. 2:25. 4:00. SM. 5:45, 6:10. 60.
1:10. 10:30 and 11:10p.m. Sundays, 12:25 and 9:31
For Biitler. week-dys. 6:20. 8:45, 10:40 a. m 3:li
and 6:10 p. m.
For Freeport. week-dars. 6tS S:4!t. 10:40a. ra..
2:15 4:00. 5:00. 8:10. 10:30 and lli40p. m. Snn-
dars 12:35 and 9:30p.m. jn
For Apollo, week-lars. 10-40 8. m. and 5:00 p. m.
For Paul tw snd Blalrsrllle. week-days, 6:35a. nu.
3:15 and 10:30 p.m.
SThe Excelsior Baggage Express Company
will call for and check baggage from hotels and
residences. Time cards and fuU information c
be obtained at the ticket offices Nono Fifth ari
nue, corner Fourth svenns and Try strwtaal
Union buuoh ..
CHAS. K. PU01I.
From Pittshnrgli Union Station
'lraias Ban by Central Time.
If orlbwest System Fort Wayne Konte
DAXT for Chicago, poinu intermec'Jate and beyond:
L20 a.m "7.10 ajn., lia) p.m., 1.00 pja., 8.4S
B. m IlLSO p Jn. Armvb hom same points : 12.05
jn., 11.15 ajn.,0iajn.,L35 a.m., 'o-top.m.,
6 45 p.m.
DcrAKT forToledo, points intamedlate and beyond:
7.10 a.m.,1220 p.m.r 'IJOO p.m., tl 10 p.m. Anm
lrom same points: 11.15 a.m., 6X5 a.m., f8.i5p.nz.
DarAar for Cleveland, points intermediate and
beyond: tfi-10 a-m-. JO a.m., tl.33 pjn,
11.05 p.m. ARRtva from same.points: 50 a.m.,
ilJa p.m., 5A p.m., 60 p.m.
DavAKT for Martins rerry, Bridgeport and Edlalre:
tS10d.m., il JO p.m., 14.10 p.m. Akkivs from same
points! 9.00 a.m., tL53p.m.,t6-50p.m.
DxrART for New Castle, Ene, Youngstown, Ashta
bula, points intermediate and beyond: 17JD a.m
fl2.20 pjn. Akkivs from same poinu: fl-25 pjn.,
iSAO p.m. .
DEr art fcr New Castle, Jamestown, Yotmgsrowa
and Niles, f3.45 p.m. Arxivb from same points:
DirAXT far Yonngstown, 1Z20 p.m. Aasrrz bots
Youngstown, 8.4.T p.m.
Sontli west System-Pan IlnnrtlcRonto
Dktakt lor Columbn. Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St.
Louis, points intermediate and beyond: 1.10 a.nu,
8J0a.m., '8.45 pnll.lo p.m. Akhivk frsmsam
pouiu: 2J9a.m., 6.00a.m.. 'fcEOpjn.
DarART for Columbus, Ch icago, poinu interxaediat
and beyond: 1.10 a.m., fliUop.m. Aaarrz from
same poinu: 20 a.m., t3.06 p.m.
Dztaet for Washington, ffl.15 a. m., t8JB a.m.,
41.55 p. m.,To:30p.m.,t4.5p.m.,t4i0p.ra. Ajuim
from Washington, 4855 a.m., fUSO a.m., i&JSO a.m.,
I1U.W A.U.,, ,TO" J'.U.., ll., F.1U,
DsrART for Wheeling, 80 a. m., fl2.05 n'a..
tVJ.to p. ra., TO.JU p. m. akrivb Bom nneeung.
t8.45 a. m f3.0T) p. m. 5JiO p. m.
Puixvah Slezfing Cars awd Poxxh ah Dimna
Cars run through. East and West, on principal trains
Local Sleeiim-, Cars rennhig to Colnmbns, Cin
cinnati, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Toledo and Chicago
are ready for occupancy at Pituburgh Union Station
at 9 o'clock p. ra.
Trarz Tables of Through and Local Acccsaxoeda
tion Traias cf either sysun, cot mentioned above, caa
be aldalsMl at 110 Fifth Avenre and Uaioa Statko.
FitUSmrt, and at pnaapal ticket omccs Ot
ryhnaiaLines West of Pittsburgh."
DsSt. tXx.Sandar. lEi. Saturday. Wj.
JOSEPH WOOD. E. A. FORD,
ItamI Masart Ensrtl tampt iftn
THE ONLY REASON
For the continued increase of THE
DjSPATCHWant Ads is that they
give satisfactory returns.
7:40, B:00, SllO, 8:35, S0,:iu. iu-.ou. '" "-
t. m.. 12:01, 12:15. 12:30, 12:50. lrM. 1:80. 2:00, 2 30,
3:15, 3:40. 4:00, 4:10, 413, 4:30. 4:35. 40, 6:00. 5:15,
:3?, 5:451 6:cS 6:20. 6:45. :i. 8:M. S:00. 0:45. 10:25
ii.nn it.en wuVn M71(i 12llQni2nL Cl
YOU SHOULD BUY A LOT
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, .(
No. 79 Fonrth Arenae. Pittsburz. P.
PITTSBUKO AND LAKE EltlE ItAILROAD
Company. Schedule lu effectNor. 20. W92, Cen
traltlme. P.JbE. E. It- K. DitrAKT. Fbr Cleve
land. !:, 8:0a a. m.. 2:10. 4:20. '10:25 p. ra. For
Chicago, n:V0 a. m..2:10. 4:20 p. m. For Cincinnati
andSt. Louis, 2:10, 10:ap. ra. For BuSalo.lt:15 a.
ra., 4:20. '10:25 p. in. fur Salamanca. 'b.-OOi. in.
2:10. 10:25 p. m. For Youngstown and New
Castle. "7:00. 8:00. '11:15 a. m.. '2:10. 53:JO. 4:3L
lo:25p. m. Fur Beaver Falls. 5:35: (lo. 'S:00L
11:15a. m '1:00. 2:10. 3:30, 4:ai, 5:J0. '10:3 p. in.
Kor Chartlers. 15:30. 5:35. tfOO. 16:45, 7:10. '7-ja
r:OC,'9:10, :30. lodo. '11:15. tll:45 a.m.. '1.-00, 1:10.
3:3 3:45. '4:25.5:10. 5:20. 8:W, 10:30 p. m.
ABKIVB-Frora Cleveland. '6di a. in.. '120,
5:15. 7:t p. ra. From Cincinnati. Chicago and
St. Louis. iia)i. m., '12:30. "7:45 p. m. From
BnCalo. 8rf0 a. in.. 12U. '5:15. K-JOp. m. From
Salamanca. 'u:30. '10:00a. in.. 7:45 p. m. Xrom
Youngstown and New l astle. 6:30, 57.25. '100
a. in.. '12:30. '5:15. 7:43. 9:30 p. m. from Beaver
Falls,5:3. '5:30. 7:25. '10:00 a. m.. '12:30, 2)3, 'Srfld,
5:15. '7:45. ai p.m.
P.. CifcY. trains for Mansfli-ld and Eeechmont.
7:10 a. m.. 10:31 a. m.. 3:45 p. m.
P., C Jt Y.tralns from JIansfleld and Beechmont,
67. :M. 0:55 a. m. 1:05 p. m.
P.. McK. Y. K- B.-DwAitT-ForXewIIavea
and West Newton. 'o:20a. m., 3:C0p. m.
ARBIVE-From New Haven and West Newton,
11:00 a. m,, '1:07 p. m.
For JIcKeesport. Elizabeth. Slonongahela City
and Belle Vernon, S:40. 19:15, UrfSa.m..'4:oo,t5fl
From Belle Vernon. Monongahels Clty.Elizabeth
and McKeesDort,t3:50,,7:40. 'tll:05 a.m.. 125. 'a :M
Dally. 1 Sundays only, t To and lrom New
Castle only. tTo and from if cKeeport only.
Oty Ticket Office, 630 Smlthfleld Street.
FITTSBUKG AND WESTERN KAI1.WA1T
Schedule In effect May 15. 1802 (Central time).
Depot cor. Anderson st- andltlrer av. Allegheny.
Departfor Chicago. 2:00 p. m. Solid train with
Pullman sleeping car. For Eane, Bradford, 17:19
a. m. For Clarion, 17:10 a. m.. 12:00 p. m. For
Foxburr. 7:lua. m.. t2rf. 14S5p.ni. ForBnfTalo,
Eric Meadvllle, t7:10 a. m. For Greenville.
Mercer. Grove city. t7:I0.a. ro.. t2:00 p. m. For
Akron. Cleveland, t7:10 a. m.. 2:00 p. m. For New
Castle. "7:11 a. m., OO, t3:05 p. m. For BuUer,
W:30, "7:10. r:30a- m.. 2:00. t4:2i t5:15p.m.
Trains arrive: From Kane. tS:45 p. m. ; Clarion,
tll:30 a. m.. W:4i p. m.: Foxburg. t9rt)5. tU:30 a.
m., t5:4ip. m.:Erle. t3:50p. m.: GreenviUe, Mer
cer. 1 11 :30a. m.. 13:50 p. m.: Akron. lias a.m..
T6:4S p. m.: New CasUe. t9:05, ll5a. m.. "6:
p. m.: Butter. t7:0O. t9:05. til :30a. m.. 13:50. 't.a
p. m.; from Chicago, '11:55 a. m-
Dally. tExcept Sunday.
ALLEUUENY- VALLEY RAILWAY TAKING)
effect June 26. Trains leave Union station
(Eastern standard time): Corry Ac., 6 a. m.; Brae
burn Ac. 6:5u a. m.: Niagara Ex.. dally. 8:20 a.
m.. arriving at Buffalo. 5:45 p.m.: Dullols and
WUUamspurt. oallv except Sunday. 8:20 a.m.. ar
riving at Wllllamsport. 6:45 p.m.: Klttannlng
Ac, 9:05 a. m.; Valley Camp Ac, 10:15
a. m.: Braeburn Ac. 12:05 p. m.r Tltus
villeandDuBuls Ex.. 1:30 p. m.; Valley Camp
Ac,. 2:30 p.m.: Emlenton Ac. 3 45 p m.: Klttan
nlng Ac. 5 p.m.: Ilraebum Ac. 5:30 p. m.; Brae
burn Ac, 6:15 p. m.; llulton Ac.'iiOp. m-: Buf
falo night Ex.. dallv, 8:50 p. in., arriving at Buf
falo 7:20 a.m.: Valley Camp Ac. 9:30p.m.. Val
ley Camp Ac 11 :30 p. m. Sunday church trains
Emlenton. 9:1)5 a. m. : Kltunning. 12:40 p.m.:
Braeburs, 90 p. m. Pullman buffet parlor cars
on day trains and sleeping cars on night trains be
tween Pittsburg and Buffalo.
DAVID MCCAKGO, JA9. P. ANDERSON.
Gen'ISupt. Gen'! Pass. Agent.
After 19 Years of Trial,
FAULT SAFEGUAED OIL,
Is Conceded to Eo tbe Best and Safest Oil
NEVEE VARIES IS QUALITY.
Cannot Be Exploded.
It Is the very highest grade of refined pe
trolenm, from wnich in the process of mann
lactnre, every impurity has been eliminated.
Elaine Is free from benzine and parafE ne;
It will never chill In the coldest tomperatura
Known on this continent.
In color, Elaine is spring-water white, and.
Its "fire test" is so high as to make it as absO"
lately safe as any lllumlnant known.
Having no disagreeable odor, Elaine is a
pleasant oil for family use.
Can Be Burned in Any Petroleum kmp.
A .POSITIVE rnOTECTIOX FEOSI LAMP
MAKES. THE SAFEST AND BEST LIGHI
ELAINE! WSSST OIL
100 Million Gallons ELAINE Sold in 13 Yean
From 1S73 to 139i
Elaino Cannot Be Improved Upon.
WARDEN & OXNARD,
ID FOB TIEJp'S FI!
Engage yonr room in advance and avoid be
ing imposed on during the rash. The
elegant, large, new 200 room
stone and brick
(BTJNTOK BEOS., of Pittsburg, Props.)
Will open about AprilO, 1893.
The most centrally located hotel in the
"World's Fair district. Within 1 blocks
there are three entrances to center of Pair
grounds. Two stations onlCB. E-, two
electric roads and Ration on elevated road.
TEEMS FOB, BOOMS: 51 per day and
upward. Special inducements to large
numbers. Send for prospectus.
6433 Myrtle ave., Chicago.
M. MAY, SONS & CO.
FINE B-YEIXG AND CLEAN'IXd
t6Slxth ave, Pittsburg. Pa.
Telephone iOit its
a population of 8,ooo People and they
$i 25,000 Per Month.
f The Best Water in Pennsylvania,
The Best Drainage, ' .
Two Big Brick School Houses,
Churches of Ail Denominations,
Every Convenience of Pittsburg,
And is Only 18 Miles from the
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