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ISPATOH, WEDNESDAY,-'DECEMBER ' 28,' 1892.
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PICKING UP PATCHES
To Place on the Inter-State Com
merce Law This Session
AFFORDS MB. CDLLOJI OCCUPATION.
SeTeral Amendments Needed Because
AKOTHER LAW TO BE ALSO REPAIRED
"Washington, Dec. 27. Mr. Cullom,
Chairman of the Senate Committee on
inter-State Commerce, is not permitting
many hours to go to waste during the holi
day recess. He is at his committee room
almost daily, and is devoting a great deal of
time to the consideration of the numerous
bills amendatory to Inter-State Commerce
law that have been introduced in the Senate
this session. Immediately after the reas
sembly of Congress he will call the commit
tee together and urge the consideration of,
the measures that have been proposed,
many of which are intended to vitalize and
add strength to the law, upon which heavy
inroads have been made by recent Federal
'These bills were reported to the Senate
at the earliest practicable day," said Mr.
Cullom this morning, "and I intend to in
sist upon their consideration by the Senate.
The measnres proposed are of great im
portance, and I contemplate some very ma
terial changes in the existing statute. The
general law is to be amended so as to pro
tect witnesses, in order that they may be
compelled to testify. The old statute of
1S68, under which the law operates, is held
not to b broad enough, and for it must be
substituted an amendment to the inter
state commerce law that will give absolute
protection to the witness in the matter of
criminating testimony. The law should be
amended in the interest of other prosecu
tions. How Gresham's Decision Is Construed.
"The decision of Judge Gresham is to the
ecect that the Jbederal courts ot the coun
try cannot be required under the Constitu
tion to act as aides to an administrative
body in the prosecution of its work. How
ever, the decision indicates that a law will
be constitutional which provides a penalty
lor relusing to testify or produce books,
and the penalty could be prosecuted in a
Federal court The proper remedy thus
suggested in the decision of Judge Gresham
can be supplied in an amendment that has
"A decision made by Judge Brewer has
been taken up by other courts and made the
basis for decisions that are apparently not
in harmony with the original opinion, but
which will be held to be good law until
reversed, and perhaps the best way to avoid
any entanglements is to amend the law at
the outset. The decision referred to is per
haps right in itself, but the dictum makes a
declaration as to what is a railroad line, or
what comprises a 'line,' and has more or
less bearing upon the construction of the
'long' and 'short' clause. This dictum is
wrong, and legislation is required to define
what a 'line' is.
"Another bill the railroads are interested
in," continued the Senator, "is the general
amendment popularly known as the bill to
permit pooling. It is not, properly speak
ing, such a measure, but is intended to give
railroads authority to make contracts with
competing lines, subject to the approval or
disapproval of the inter-State Commerce
Mr, Regan Changes His Mind.
"The original Senate bill, passed in 1885,
had a provision authorizing the commission
to investigate the question whether pooling
was advisable, and report to Congress.
"When the measure came before the confer
ence the House conferees insisted on the
elimination of the clause, and Mr. Began
was especially persistent and refused to
sign the report unless the clause was taken
out. This was done, and the bill passed.
I have noticed recently that Mr. Began hat
experienced a change of sentiment on this
subject, for I heard that he is out in a
letter in which he favors the granting of
authority to competing roads to make con
tracts for division of lreight, subject to ap
proval by the commission."
Mr. Cullom does not say whether he fa
vors the pooling amendment or not, but the
inference is that he would be opposed to it.
The committee is not a unit on the amend
ment, lor there are some members who be
lieve it would be a good thing and would
mitigate much of the evil now'existing, or,
at least, claimed by the railroads to exist
in the matter ot freight rates, and would be
a sure remedy for that discrimination
which is said to be exhibited by some of the
trunk lines in favor of the large and against
the small shipper.
A Child Enjoys
The pleasant flavor, gentle action and sooth
ins effect of Syrup of Figs, when In need of
a laxative, and If the father or mother ba
costive or" bilious, tho most gratifying re
sults lolloir its use; so that it is the best
family remedy known and every lamily
should have a bottle.
One More Week.
One dozen cabinets and a large crayon for
S3 only. Hendricks 4 Co.'s phonograph sI
lery, Ka 63 Federal street, Allegheny. Cab
inets, $L J(o extra charge for tamllyg roups.
See them in our windows, they are won
ders. We mean those fine pants we sell at
SI 89; never were equaled. 1. C. C a.
Grant and Diamond streets.
MEETINGS AM) NOTICES.
ANNUAL MEETING-THE ANNUAL MEET
ING of the stockholders of the Monongaheia
Navigation Company will be held at theodce or
thecompanv. io.8 Wood street, Pittsburg. la..
on THURSDAY. January 12, 1893. at 2 o'clock r.
w.. for the election of officers for tht ensuing year
and the transaction of other business.
W. BAKKW.ELL. Secretary.
TOTICE-THE MEMBERS F SMOKY CITY
quested to meet at their hall on WEDNESDAY
December 3. at 1 o'clock sharp, to attend tho
funeral of our deceased brother. P. c. Thomas
Wallace. Sliter councils are cordially invited
to attend. By order of WILLIAM MCCRACK
EN. C Attest. LOUIS SMITH. Jn., R. b.
Office op Western i'en-xsylvajtia
riTTSBCEO. Dec. 21, 1882. )
THE ANNUAL MEETING OFTHE LIFEMAN
AGERS of this soclety.for the election of thir
teen directors to serve for the ensuing year, and
for the transaction of such other business as may
be brought up. will be held In the United States
District Court room (new), postofflce building,
third floor, take elevator. Third avenue and Smith
fleld street. TUESDAY. January 3. 1803, at I
o'clock, P. 31.
A. P. BURCHFIELD. Secretary.
VfOTICE ON AND AFTER JANUARY 1. 1S93.
1 the business of the firm of .Booth t'lluu it 111
be continued by Booth &. Flinu, Limited.
VTOTICE-COUPONS OF THE FIRST MOKT
X GAGE bonds or the Nortnside Bridge Com-,
pany due JAM t ARY 1. 1613, will be paid on and
after that date on presentation at the Safe Deposit
Co.. Ho. 83 Fourth ave. R. L. ORB. Treasurer.
0LIT1CAL NOTICE-FOURTEENTH WARD
Republicans will meet at Eoho l'uhllc School
House at 7:30 o'clock V. si., WEDNESDAY. De
cember 28. 1692. to suggest candidates for ward
offices. Call Issued by waid members of City Com
mittee. VTOTICE-WK DESIKETO CALL ATTENTION
Av to the facilities offered bvour bureau for the
supplying without cost to business houses of ex
perienced bookkeepers, stenographers, private
secretaries, etc.; we have a list or competent office
men which we shall be pleased to show vou.
WOOLSEY & HAMILTON. Brokers. S3 Fourth
POUND Mrs. Dr. McGranor's Imperial Massage
treatment. 363 Wyllc av.
I?0UND That it nays to buy sewing machines at
Sewing Machine Exchange from S3 to 133. 17
Diamond St., Pittsburg.
IX1UMD A. Carlson. 109 Carson St.. southside. Is
carrying the finest stock or American and Swiss
watches at lowest prices.
OUND Red bull. Dec 16: owner plasc call,
identify and pay charges, or will be sold ac
cordingly to law. so Resaca eu. Allegheny.
"TXIUND-Beit Christmas gift, Ta-va-zon Cough
X Syrup: cures la grippe, coughs, raids, con
sumption: unequaled. Dr. JenMns Griffith Phar
macy, Third and Grant, Pittsburg, Ta-va-xon
pills, liver, kidneys. ,
.83- Classified real estate advertisements on this
page ten cents per line for each insertion, and
none takenor less than twenty cents.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
ADVERTISEMENTS ON THIS PAGE
Classified under the following headings will be ac
cepted at the rate of
ONE CENT PER WORD
FOR" EACH INSERTION when paid for la ad
vance either at main or branch offices.
Wanted Advertisementt cf All Hinds,
MALE HELP, ISOATCDINO.
KMALE HELP, BOARDERS,
TO LET BOOMS,
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALES,
LOST AND FOUND.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH.
Cor. Smithfleld and Diamond Street.
BRANCH OFFICES AS FOLLOWS. WHERF.
"WANTS. FOR SALE TO LET AND OTHF.R
TRANSIENT ADVERTISEMENTS WILL BE
RECEIVED UP TO 9 P. M. FOR INSERTION.
Advertisements should be prepaid nnless adver
tisers already have accounts with The Disfatch.
FOR ALLEGHENY. NO. 107 FEDERAL ST.,
TOR THE SOUTHSIDi, "412 CARSON ST.,
TELEPHONE NO. 6022.
FOR THE EAST END. J.W.WAL,f,Av;ji, 6121
THOMAS MCCAFFREY. 3500 Butler st.
EMIL G. STUCKEY. 24th street and Penn avenue.
F. H. EGGERS&S0N. Ohio and Chestnut sts.
THOMAS McHENRY. Western aud Irwin avs.
ASSISTANT drug clerk with good city reference.
Address Rhel, Dispatch office.
BLACKSMITH A first-class wagon blacksmith,
suitable for new and old work; steady work all
year round for a good man and good pay In shop
with power. Apply at Win. L. HeuseL corner
First and Middle sts., Allegheny City.
BOY Intelligent boy 16 years old to learn drug
business. Address in own handwriting,
Harry, Dispatch office.
BOY Office boy. Address, giving age. Box 211,
Pittsburg P. O.
BUTCHER At once, at Braddock, a good butcher;
good wages to good man. J. L. Ebner. 853
Main St., Braddock; none but good men need apply-
(CANVASSERS Salary or commission. Apply
J 102 Fourth av.. room 6.
COOK First cook; none but a thoroughly ex
perienced man need apply. Bayley Cafe, 407
DRUG CLERK Experienced city drug clerk as
manager: must be temperate aud good refer
ence. Address Bice. Dispatch office.
DRUG CLERK Q. A., with references. Address
Aconite, East End Postofflce. Pittsburg.
DRUG CLERK-A Q. A. preferred. Address
Glucose. Dispatch office.
DRUGGIST An experienced druggist; one that
speaks German preferred. E. Holden & Co..
FIREMAN One experienced colored) fireman.
Apply at first floor, office of Kaufmauns' store.
HORSESHOER fireman. Jas. Howard, Baener
lelu. Brewers, Bennett, Pa.
PLUMBERS-Imraedlately, two firs t-class plumb
ers. Address Lock Box 347, City.
SALKSMEN to handle our famous patent Foun
tain Ink Eraser, the latest and most complex
eraser ever invented, overcoming every objection
to the old erasers: used like a fountain pen; will
erase ink and other stains Instantly: leaves no
mark and has no equal: will sell Itself when its
perfect work is shown. We give exclusive terri
tory, and allow from 150 to 300 per cent profit: on
receipt of SO cents will mall sample with price list
and lenns: also a sample of our celebrated Plnless
Clothes Line for SO cents, or sample or both for tU
1'tnless Clothes Line Co., No. 97 Hermon St.,
SECRETARY, who mnst be a good business man
and have from (2,000 to to,0uoln money to put
Into the company; we are employing about 100
men, and want a secretary to have an Interest with
us In the company. Apply to John MeClave, Pres
ident, Sumner Glass Company, Steubenvllle, O.
SHOEMAKER At once, sober and reliable youag
man on lirst-class repairing. 1113 Penn av.
WAITERS-TWO colored waiters. Walker's. 6
Sixth st., second floor.
WTAITER-Colored. 33 Diamond st. Geo, Reln
1 r eman.
riXANTED Tonng man to drive a candy wagon;
Tf only those wlth-experlence and good refer
ence need apply. Address Candy, Dispatch office.
WANTED-Ten bright boys 16 to 21 years old:
can make (3 to $5 per day. Alpha-Premier
Co., 709 New Grant st.
"V OUNG MAX. about 16 years old to assist In
X office work. Address Bookkeeper C, Dis
AGENTS Salarv or commission to agents to han
dle the Patent Chemical Ink Erasing Pencil:
the most useful and novel Invention of the age:
erases Ink thoroughly In two seconds: works like
magic; 200 to 600 per cent profit: agents making
S50 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 Mfg. Co., N10, La
AGENTS and everyone to examine our car
riage, wagon and sleigh stoves: agents mak
ing money fast; the greatest and most useful inven
tion on the market to save your health. Specialty
Company, 430 Sinllhfleld st.
AGENTS Mineral Lamp Wicks never burn out;
no smoke, no soot, no trimming; light equal
to gas: three samples 10c: assorted dozen 2Sc.
btayner & Co., Providence, R. I.
AGENTS We want men who are already travel
ing salesmen to carry our lubricants as a side
line; name references and territory. Manufact
urers' Oil Co.. Cleveland, O.
AGENTS For new sanitary article used In every
home and office: exclusive territory; big
Srofits. Columbia Cbem. Co., 12OJ3 Clyboume av.,
AGENTS A few experiencea agents: experienc
ed soliciting advertising preferred; salary or
commission. 106 Fourth av., room 23.
AGENTS S3 to 7 dally: experience unneces
sary. Putnam Co., Perfumers, West Wln
AGENTS to sell Wiegand's picture
Wlegand Hanger Co.. 131 Penn.
WANTED-Agents: fast selling article; big pay.
Alpha-Premier Co., 709 New Grant St.
Female Help Wanted.
ALL cooks, houseglrls out of work call: 20 girls
placed yestcraav; places waiting; situation
free. Exchange, 910 Penn av.
fIRLS Two cood office girls; must write nlaln
X aud rapid; none other need apply. Wm. H,
Keech, 923 Penn av., city.
Male and Female Help Wanted.
HELP At once 2 teamsters, male coot, farm
hands, roan to attend to horse and cow, hotel
cooes, dish washers, chambermaids, dining room
girls, laundress, family help; highest wages paid
here. Meehan's Agency, 545 Grant st.
LADIES or young men to take light, pleasant
work at their own homes: 91 to 3 per day can
be quietly made; work sent bv mall; no canvass
ing. For particulars address Globe Mfg. Co., Box
&331, Boston, Mass. Established 1630.
POSITION Stenographer Experienced stenog
rapher and general office man. with good city
references as to character, qualifications, etc., de
sires a situation alter January 1. Address J. J..
POSITION as bookkeeper by a steady and reliable
man: good references from present and past
employers: moderate salary for start. Address 26a
Franklin St.. Allegheny.
POSITION as stenographer and typewriter bv a
young lady; best of reference. Address J. is..
POSITION as stenographer by a voung lady.
Address E.. Sycamore. Pa.
SITUATION By live specialty salesman lor Jan
uaryl: grocery or notion trade: either cltr or
road: first-class references. Address K. L., Dis
SITUATION To work on rarm. d. chores, by
sober single man: understands the work: can
milk. Frank Scott, Mlnerra, o.
SUOEMAN or ability and experience desires situ
ation either in a store or 011 the road; llrst
class references. Address X. Y. Z.. Dispatch office.
PUPILS At once, ladles and gentlemen to learn
shorthand and typewriting: this school con
tinues the careful training aud thorough instruc
tion in these brandies lur which it has hitherto
been so favorably known: sevcntli vear; special
opening January 10: circulars Irte. Friate Short
hand Institute, 315SmlthficldBt., Pittsburg, Pa.
Hotels, Dining and Lunch Rooms.
A NCHOR HOI EL. Liberty, corner Fourth;
longing per uigux, ac, soc, ooc; week, ft 25,
tl 75. $.
HOTEL FEDERAL. 171 Federal, Allegheuy
1 50, 1 day: special rates when permanent.
Hoanlerx and Loader Wanted.
GENTLEMEN to occupy nicclv furnished room
oaflrstfloor., 18 Arch St., Allegheny.
OCCUPANTS-For lurAUhed irout room.
Sherman av., Allegheny.
T)Al!K WAY. 109. Allegheny-Roomers
X hoarders, S3 so week.
TITAN TED Respectable gentleman roommate:
1 T also a lady roommate; couvemences; (1 25
week. 287 North av.. Allegheny.
WANTED By lady stenographer, small room.
breakrast.6 o'clock dlnncr;lntlvate lamily. In
bouse with modrjn conveniences; state terms,
which must be reasonable: Oakland or E. E, M.
S., Dlipatcb office.
WANTED-VThree-roora flat or three unfurnished
rooms at once. AddrcssG.. Dispatch office.
Business Opportunities Wanted.
WANTED To represent parties manufacturing
specialties used i by steam users, engineers
firebrick makers, etc., on salary and commission i
reference. Address P. O. Box 123. Pittsburg, Pa.
WANTED-AH kinds and classes of stores and
other business opportunities to pelt. Write
for terms. J. 11. Chambers Co., 103 Fourth ar.
WANTED-To buy agent' furnishing store In
Pittsburg or Allegheny: must shpw a good
business. Woolsey & Hamilton. W Fourth av.
Financial AT anted.
BENSWANGER& ZAHN Fire Insurance.
JOHN K. LWINO & CO.. 107 Federal St., make
quick loans: money ready.
MONEY to loan ou mortgages: can furnish anv
sum desired; no delay. Piper i Clark, 131
MONEY atipercent: we have $30,000 to loan.
309 pp. 'J. C. Allesi Co.. 161 Fourth av.
ONEY to loan on mortgages: lowest Interest;
no delar. JIiacK itairu. as rouriu av.
MORTGAGES on city or Allegheny county
property at lowest rates. Heury A. Weaver,
& Co.. 92 Fourth av.
rpo LOA t20o,uou on mortgages: tioo ana np-
X ward, alb per ceni; somuuu at vs per cenion
residence or business property.
vacant lots ot
farms. -. II. French, lio Fourth
TO borrow $700 for 3 years; city property; first
bond and mortgage. Address H. P., Dispatch
WANTED Mortgages on improved city or Alle
gheny city property. McCune & Coulter, 93
WANTED To make you a quick loan onmort
gage. Snyaer A White. 62 Fourth av.
ELECTRIC Mfc. and SupplyCo.,310BIssell block.
Pgb.. 64 Federal, Allegh'y: Incandescent and
bell wiring; electrical repairing a specialty;
LADIES' Dining and Ltrneh Room Holiday
buyers when out shopping lnnch at Kevan's
ladles' favorite lunching resort, 908 Penn av.
MAKRY me. Tom, aud buy my New Year's gift
atMoyie's, lOILacock St., Allegheny.
PAINTING and plate glass glazing. B. C. Miller,
626 Grant St.. Pittsburg.
rpEUNKS hauled to and rrora the East End Tor
X fifty cents. Campbell & Davis, No. I28eventh
av. Telephone 276.
USE Jones' Bedbug Paralyzer Jones' Mag
Roach Powder: roaches banished by contract
satisfaction given or no pay. 222 Federal St., Alle
gheny. Sold by all first-class druggists.
WANTED 10. 000 street railroad ties: senled pro
posals will be received by the McKeesport
and Wilmerding Street Railway Co., till Monday,
January 9. 1833:10,0005x7x7 lies: to lie delivered as
follows: 5,000 by April 1, 189.1, and 5,000 by May 1,
1893. or all on first delivery lfdeslred: the board re
serves the right to reject any or all bids.
TTTANTED Business and professional men to
V know that the Office Specialty Co.. 105 Third
av., keeps in stock the most Improved office furni
ture, filing cabinets and labor-saving office devices.
"T7ANTED-rininciaI packing by a practical
I V prospector and miner to locate and develop
claims in the new gold fields In 'Southern Utah.
Address Miner, Dispatch office.
TTTANTED Two pool tables, second hand; must
TT be In good condition and cheap: will buy or
rent. Address Michael McCauiey, McConaughy
bloek. Johnstown, Pa.
WANTED Contracts of bauling for all klnas of
wholesale houses at lowest rates. M. B.,
WOOD and photo engraving; hair tones: electro.
typing. Urazdon. 78 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses, Vehicles. Live Stoclx For Solo.
DELIVERY wagons Delivery wagons all styles;
our own make. Win. Beckert, 340 to 344 Ohio
t.. Allegheny. Telephone 3420.
I?uR SALE Handsome, stylish Kentucky bred
: trotting mare, seven years old, sired by Harold,
the sire or Maud S.. dam Kitty Wilkes, record 2:22,
she by George Wilkes; price, (300: weighs 1,000
pounds; a square, level trotter; needs no boots or
weights: does not shy or null; saro ror most timid
person; fine, clean limbs, strongly built and finely
formed: she has as fine a strain of blood lu her
veins as can be traced to any trotter of the age:
will make a valuable mare for road or track pur
poses: showed three heats when purchased for
(1.175 one year ago at Lexington. Ky.. In2tJ7.
2:2314. 2:23, and she is a much better animal than
she was then; will warrant her perfectly sound,
safe, gentle and kind, and In trot full mile In 2:30 or
no sale; time shown and allow responsible party
satisfactory trial. My mare has no public record,
for 1 never raced anv borse I ever owned Tor money
or prizes. For further Information call on my
groom at my private stable, 137 West Seventeenth
st., between Sixth and Seventh avs,. New York
Rubber Stamps and Stencils For Sale.
GETyourrubberstamps. steel stamps, stencils,
seal presses, brass checks, etc.. from Bhea&er
Co.. 49 Firth av.. Duff's College building.
l?TKNCIL,3. steel stamps.
O Seal presses, rubber stamps, etc.
W. A. Bunting. 20 Fifth av.. cor. Market.
Machinery and Metals For Sale.
BOILERS and engines, second hand; all sizes
from 4 to 130 h. p. : cheapest in the market: 64
boilers and engines in stock, stationary aud porta
ble, upright boilers, mounted rarm engines, steam
pumps, governor, pulleys and shafting. Tel. 3401.
23-25 Park way. J. S. Young, Allegheny, Pa.
BOlLKR-Second-hand boiler; tubular, 6 feet
high, IM feet In diameter: in good condition.
Address Boiler. Dispatch office, Allegheny,
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 & Ulrich, 316 Liberty st., Pitts
ENGINES and boilers of every description: brick
yard supplies; contractors' and rollingmlllma
chlnery. Thomas Carlln's Sons, LacockandSan
dusky sts., Allegheny.
Miscellaneous For Sale.
BRICK-5,0OO,O00new bnlidlng brick m quanti
ties to suit buyer at Bedford av.. near Penn
Incline. John Lanz & Co., Llm. City tele
SAINT FRANCIS oranges before brcakrast Im
prove the appetite and aid digestion; all Saint
Francis oranges have Dr. Harris' namu and regis
tered number ou each wrapper; no others genuine:
the bet grocers sell them; don't be deceived; one
Saint Francis orange is worth two ordinary ones:
it -osu Dr. Harris 60 cents to say this; you can
prove it for 5.
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
Business Opportunities For Sale.
INTEREST Whole or half Interest In realesta'e
business: good reason for selling. Address
Realty, Dispatch office.
T IQUOR STORE-In Steubenvllle. O.: on ae
Xj count or sickness or the proprietor: bestloca
tlonlntown; capital required 32,000 or more. Ad
dress R. Schnorrenberg. Stenbeuvllle, O,
MEAT MARKET Must he a cash sale: good rea
son ror wantlngto sell. Address U. S., Dls
FOR SALE LOTS.
East End Lots For Sale.
FOR SALE Schenlcy Park lots 50x150. greater
frontage If desired. Woodland avenue, be
tween Forbes avenue and Schenley Park: asphal.
turn pavement; streetrallrnad; cheap: easy terms
Frank F. Nicola, 5100 Forbes or 20 Firth avenue.
TTT E have lots In ail parts or East End at 11
1 prices mat win oureiy proTe a verv nrouta-
ble Investment to prompt buyers.
24 Frankstown ave., K. E.
M. E. Baldwin.
Suburban Lots for Sale.
QJWISSVALE. P. R. R. Lots that are the equal
O of any In the market and near the station at
prices that are reasonable: only (10 down and (5
per month without Interest till hair is paid. Hoff
man & Baldridge. Wllklnsburg, opp. depot.
Coal Lands For Sale.
COAL lands for sale
road at a bargain.
2,000 acres of coal near rail
J. II. Chambers & Co., 118
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE
QJQ 3OO-J300 cash, balance $25 per month, all
tlDO, told: a new Queen Anne frame. 24x31. on
flue paved sticet:7 good-sized rooms, bull, atiic
and cellar with laundry, hot and cold water, inside
w. c. reception halI9xll: very nice lot. 23 front,
115 deep ana 54 wide, on alley average width 40
feet: equally good or belter buildings around: this
propertv Is worth (l,CC0, being on the nicest street
on Mr. Washington, and can be walked to from the
P. O. in 20 minutes. John F. Sweeny,- 68 Fourth
East End Residences For Sale.
FOR SALE-O11 Shady av.. East End, fine loca
tion lor a physician. large house or 12 rooms. 4
rooms and hall on first floor: modern fixtures: sub
stantial carriage house on ailev In rear; grounds
beautifully Improved; lot 101 feet front, or will sell
less fronugo ii desired. (I14c.) see W. A. Herron
&. Sons, 60 Fourth av.
(DO 700 A very cheap property close to Larl
HSO) inerav. bridge, having six rooms, bath. I.
w. c. 2 rooms In fin. attic: lot 25x100; will take (800
down, balance to suit purchaser. M. E. Baldwin,
24 Frankstown ar E. E.
2U 500-Elegautnrlck house on Walnut st,, E.
ts Ji. with every possible modern conven
ience, containing II rooms: .lot 36x126; at terms to
suit a quick buyer. 31. E. Baldwin, 21 Franks
town av., I". E.
Qf OOO-Frame house on Edwin st. E. E., hav
OV) Ing9 rooma. beautifully papered, all con
veniences, marble mantels, tile hearth, slate roof:
lot. 30X120 to an alley. M. E. Baldwin, 24 Franks
town av E. E.
Alle;hcnv Reslaencs For Sale.
'7 500 ror a llCOOOLocustst. property. Owner
U I j expects to leave the city, January 1: best
.bargain ever offered, -Call at once or yon will
miss It. John K. Ewing & Co., 107 Federal st.
Allegheny Residences To Let.
rpo LET Fine brick house, 8 rooms, modern ux
X tures. large porches and yard, on Fayette
st.. At'cgheuy: possession can be had at once: send
for list. W. Ar Herron & Sons. SO Fourth ave.
TO LET Furnished house facing park, 10 rooms
J. and all conveniences: will rent from now un
til August 1
at a low rent. Black & Balrd, 03
rpo LET John K. Ewlng& CO,. 1C7 Federal St.,
X headquarters for Allegheny houses; free list.
TO LET-Send a list of your tenants to John E.
JL Ewlng & Co.. 107 Federal street, and have your
January quit notices served promptly.
Rooms To Let.
FEDERAL ST.. 521,
Allegheny Pleasant room;
?IFTH AV., 623-FurnIshea room; second floor.
jiIFTn AV., 737-Two dwelling rooms.
MONTGOMERY AV.. 50. Allegheny Furnished
or unfurnished rooms, with table board; both
MOGOMERYAV.. 47. Allegheny-Plsasant
room, with or without board.
TINTH ST., No. 20-Furulshed rooms; with or
Xi without board.
SIXTH AV., No.
both gases; bath.
3 Nicely furnished room;
ry see additional adieu under Wanted Boarder
Business Stands To Let.
TO LET Very nice storeroom, over 100 feet deep:
suitable for confectionery, arygoods or flrst
class grocery: good location lor 5 or loe store: on
one or the best streets In East.Llberty. Inquire of
L. Fundls&Son, 41Frankstown ar,, E. E.
rpo LET Space with power; every convenience;
X corner Penn av. and Third it. Nicola Bros.,
10 Fifth av.
Offices, Desk Room, Etc., To Let.
TO LET In the Ferguson block. Third and
Fourth avs., a few choice offices; day and
night elevator, electric clocks and Janitor services
Iree: rent low. Blaca & Balrd. No. So Fourth av
0 LET In the Hamilton building, 61-93 Firth
av., choice offices, with all conveniences; rent
ow. Black & Balrd. No. 95 Fourth av.
TO LET Third floor. Masonic Bank building:
rooms suitable tor artist, draughtsman, archi
tect or light manufacturing.
TO LET Desk room: furnished office; use of tel
ephone. Room 410. Penn building.
Miscellaneous To Lets.
TO LET and ror sale -A dairy and stock farm of
14) acres, 2 miles from Coraopolls. P. A L. E.
R. R., 10 miles rrom cltr: good Improvements:
choice orchard: well watered, etc. Ed Viltisb,134
1 inn av.. f itispurg.
PERSONAL Superfluous hair removed by elec
tric needle; consultations free. Mrs. Elliott,
642 Penn av.
PERSONAL-Credit, yes, creait, on fine dress
goods, silks, satins, wraps, etc.. at J. Dwyer's
Room 4. McCance block. 701 sinlthneld.
PERSONAL-Prof. Markley. practical phrenolo
gist, graduate of the American Institute of
Phrenology; examinations (1. Office hours 9 to 12,
460 Forbes av.
PERSONAL llatr. moles, etc, on ladies races
permanently destroyed by the electric needle
without pain or scart'cousnltation free. Miss
Streng, office 9X1 Penn av.. Dickson building.
PERSON AL-Ladles wishing to take Turkn Fare
Baths or face massage for removing blemishes
and Improving the complexion will please visit my
parlors at 903 Penn av.. Pittsburg. Si lss Sherwood.
PERSONAL Vou are ruptured: we can cure
you; no cure, no pay; when cured it costs you
t3, or you can work a lew hours and it will cost you
nothing. Send 2c stamp Hayden Co., Box D No.,
PERSON AL We offer better sewing raacn nes at
less price than heretorore;rcmeraber, we sell a
good machine ror (5 and oil the best grades aud on
new machines we 6ell on monthly payments. Sew
ing Machine Exchange, 17 Diamond St., Pitts
burg. PERSONAL Ka-ton-ka. at 199 Second av.. Pitts
burg, will cure the following, free of all
charge: Dyspepsia, liver complaint, klduey dis
ease, scrofula, indigestion, constipation, and all
blood taints; consultation free, medicine free,
cures guaranteed: office hours from 9 A. M. to 4 F.
w.; 0:30 to 8:30 evenings; Sundays from 12 M. to 4
PERSONAL Young married lady wonldllkeany
number or young wives to know that she has
a most excellent recipe ror the promotion or peace
and happiness in the home circle; send your hr.s
band's clothes to Dickson, the tailor, who will
Clean, press and repair them at a most moderate
cost. For proof sec Dickson, the Tailor, 65 Fifth
av.. second floor. Telephonu looi.
LOST Lady's gold watch attached to bow-knot
pin, on P. R. R. Local train, or between
Union station and corner Grant and Fourth sts.
Finder will be suitably rewarded by leaving with
G. B. Barrett & Co.. 101 Fifth ave.
DISSOLUTION NOTICE-NOTICE IS HEREBY
given that the firm of Thompson & Vogel, do
ing a business as merchant tailors at No. 930 Lib
erty st., Pltteuurg. Pa., has this day been dissolved
by mutual consent. W. A. Thompson withdraw
lngrrom said firm. All debts due said firm will be
payable to John Vogel. who will continue the busi
ness at said place and nay all the liabilities of said
nnn. tv. j. j.iiu.ursuis.
F1TTSBUHG. Dec. 24. 1812.
THE KF.YSTONE BREWING COMPANY,
Limited Notice nf llln&olntlnn and Annnlnt-
'ment of Lianidatlug Trustees. Notice Is hereby
given inai inc neysione brewing tympany, Lim
ited, a partnership association organized under
an act of the General Assembly of the Common
wealth or Pennsylvania entitled "An act author
izing tho formation or partnership associations In
which the capital subscribed shall alone be re
sponsible for the debts of the association, except
under certain circumstances" approved June ::.
1. 1874. and the supplements thereto, bv articles dated
jMOvemner z, isso. recorded in tne Recorder's
office or Allegheny couuty, Pennsylvania, in
Limited Partnership Book, Vol 4, page 227, and
amended articles dated October 10, 1&S7. recorded
In said Recorder's office in Limited Partnership
Book, Vol. 5. page 530. at a meeting or its mem
bers held October 22, 1892. by vote of a majority in
number and value of interest did resolve and de
termine that said association be dissolved, and
notice Is hereby given also that at said meeting of
October 22. 1892, Joseph Lautner, Martin Lappe,
and Benjamin Schmidt were elected as liquidating
trustees to wind up said association and to apply
aud distribute its assets according to law.
J. S. E. G. FERGUSON.
TimtD National Bank, pittsbcko.
December la 1892.
T7(LECTION-THE ANNUAL ELECTION Fl
Xj nine directors of this bank, to serve for the
ensuing year, will be held at the banking house. 528
and 528 Wood St.. on TUESDA1. January 10, 1893.
between the hours of 11 a. v. and ir.u.
W. STEIN MEYElt. Cashier.
Fibst National Bank, PiTTSBnEo. Pa.
THE ANNUAL ELECTION FOR NINE DI
RECTORS for this bankto serve for the ensu
ing year will be held at the banking house, corner
Wood st. ana Fifth av., TUESDAY. January 10,
1893, between the hours of 12 noon and I r. M.
J. D. SCULLY, Cashier.
December 10. 1892.
Dcquesne National Bank,
PiTTSBuno. P.. Dee. 10. 189i J
ELECTION-THEANNUiL ELECTION FOR
(10) ten directors to 6ervc this bank for the en
suing year will be held at the hanking house. No.
409 smlthfield street, ou 'IUESDAY. January 10,
1S93, between the hours of 12 jr. anil 1 r. m.
A. H. PATT. RsON. Cashier.
The fkeiiiold Bank, )
PlTTSBUno. l'ADen.24. 1892. f
ELECTION-THE ANNUAL ELECTION FOR
directors of this bank, will leheld at the bank
ing house. No. 114 Fourth avenue, on MONDAY,
Januarys U93, between thehour4of2 and 4 P. M.
JOHN F. STEEL. Cashier.
tee monoxoaiiela cosnectixo
FlTTSBUKJ. DccembtxK, 1892,
ELECTION-THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the stockholders ot this co npany will be held
at Its general office, corner or Third avenue and
Trv street. Pittsburg, on MONDAY, January 9,
1893. at 2 o'clock r. M.. ror the election or a Presi
dent and Board or Directors to serve lor the en
suing year, and rcr transacting such other busi
ness as may be brought before the meeting.
BENJAMIN" PAOK. Secretary.
FIDELITY TITLE AND TRUST CO.,
121 aud 123 Fourth av.
ESTATE OF JOHN GREEN. DKCEASED
Notice is hereby given that letters nf admin
istration ou the estate of John Green have been
f ranted to the undersigned, to whom all persons
ndebted to said estate are requested to make im
mediate payment, and those having claims against
the same should make them known without delay.
FIDELITY TITLE AND TRUST CO..
D. Q. EWING, Administrator.
A. ISRAEL. Attorney at Law,
S3 Diamond street.
TTSTATE OF J.
D. Bernd. riECRAREnTrx".
Notice Notice is hereby given
mat leuers icsisiueuiarj ud me estate OI tl. u,
Bernd. late of the city of Pittsburg, In the county
of Allegheny and State or Pennsylvania, deceased.
haVe been granted to the undersigned, to whom all
persons indebted to said estate are requested 10
make immediate payment, and those having claims
or demands against the same will make them
known without delay, to
JOSIAH COHEN, '
S. L. FLEISHMAN,
85 Diamond street, Pittsburg, Pa.
.l .. .. . .. m"r T.
T7STATE OF JOSEPH WALTON. DECEASED,
j Allegheny county, ss. Notice Is hereby given
that letters r administration or all and singular, the
goods and chattels which were of Joseph Walton,
deceased, have been Issued bv the register of Alle-
heny count to the nnderslgned. All persons In
ebted to the estate will please make prompt pay
ment, and all persons to whom Mr, Walton was in
debted will present their accounts properly authen
ticated tor payment.
JOHN F. WALTON, 1 ,,.
THof MVcK?b0K No. 134 street,
J AMES W. SCULLY, J Pittsburg,
Save Your Rent."
The United Security Life Insurance
and Trnst Co. will advance three
fourths (Jf) the value of such prop
erty as you may desire to build or buy.
Policies for terms ofo, 10, 15 orMyears.
: "Payments same as Rent.""Deed:
:may be in wife's name, husband:
: insuring." :
In case of death the policy pro
tects, and the Home is "Free and
Clear." Call or send for circular.
Loans confined to Pittsburg, Allegheny
and Immediate vicinity.
MORRIS & FLEMING, Agents,
KO. 63 FOURTH-AVE.
Only $10, 500 if Sold Soon.
Briok, 10 rooms (i rooms and reception
hall on first floor). Modern fixtures.
One square from Fifth avenue (91).
See W. A. Herron & Sons,
80 Fourth avenue.
325 ACRES COIL
By order of tho executors of the estates of
the late George E. and J. H. Shoenberger.
Sale at Chamber of Commerce, 419-421
Wood street, THUESDAY, December 29, at
This vnlnable tract or coal land, containing
325 acres coal and 6 acres surface, is situate
in tho third pool f routine the Monon2.1b.uIa
river at Balrd on the P., V. & C. railway,
three miles above Mononcahela Cltv. Ivlnr
between-Iand of Henry Phipps, Jr., on the
east and land of Louis Stalb on the west.
Survey can be seen and full information
be obtained at office of the auctioneers, 62
Fourth avenue. Inquiries by mail will be
Terms: One-third cash, balance In one or
two years with interest. $1,000 deposit at
A, LEGGATE & SON
62 Fourth Ave.
Sales ot real estate, merchandise at stores,
household goods at residences (jowelry sales
for the trade only) promptly attended to.
Offlce.M Eisner buildlng.cor. 5tli and Wood st.
, GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
This afternoon and night,
In the Booth and Barrett grand scenic pro
duction. JULIUS CSAR.
Thursday Night and Saturday Hatinee,
PRICES 150. 25c, 50c, 75c
Next week Efflo Ellsler, in Repertoire.
THE ALVIN THEATER
Chas. h. Davis, Owner and Manager.
and Saturday Matinees.
THE LOUDEST LAUGH OF THK YEAR,
"THE JUNIOR PARTNER,"
Preceded bv the exquisite, one-act play
FBEDEBIG LEMAITflE, wff.ffa&r
NEXT WEEK Mr. Wilkinson's Widows.
To-nisht at 8.
A TEXAS STEER.
Popular price Matinee to-day: best seats 50c.
Next week Evans and Hoey in "A Parlor
HARRY WILLIAMS' AQADEMl.
To-night, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday
HARRY W. WILLIAMS'
OWN" SPECIALTY COMPANY.
One or THE Best. de25-17
HABttY WILLIAMS' ACA.DEMY.
GRAND HOLIDAY MATINEE MONDAY.
Night Prices of AdmNsIon.
HARRY W. WILLIAMS'
OWN SPECIALTY COMPANY.
HARRIS' THEATER. Mrs. P. Harris, K.
L. Britton, J'. F. Dean, Proprietors and
Managers. Every afternoon aitd eveninir,
WILBUR OPERA CO. and SUSIE KIRWIN.
To-day's matinee and niht "ERMINIE."
Week; January 2d Thos. E. She:.
IM A IM M Of Snchorowsky's Superb
Panning. Toe artistic success of the period.
On exhibition, daily at Edmundsnn & Per
rine's, 635 Smithfleld street, from 9 a. m. till
10 P. M. Admission 25 cts. de27
LIBEETY AV. AND SIXTH ST.
Second term will bozln for ladies and gen
tlemen Thursday, January 5. at 8 o'clock,
For misses and masters Saturday, Janu
ary 7. at 3 o'clock p. M. Ie25-12
'After 19 Tears of Trial,
FAMILY SAFEGUARD OIL,
Is Conceded to Be the Best and Safest Oil
NEVER VARIES IN QUALITY.
Cannot Be Exploded.
It Is the very highest grade of refined pa
troleum, from which In the process of manu
lacture, every impurity has been eliminated.
Elaine is free from benzine and parafflne;
It win never chill In the coldest tomoeratura
Known on this continent.
In color, Elaine is spring-water white, and
its "Are test" is so high as to make itas abso
lutely safe as any lUuminant known.
Having no disagroeablo odor, Elaine is a
pleasant oil for family use.
Can Be Burned in Any Petroleum Limp.
A POSITIVE PROTECTION FROM LAMP
MAKES THE SAFEST AND BEST LIGHT
ELAINE! Tshaefey OIL
100 Million Gallons ELAINE Sold in IS Tears
From 1S73 to 1892.
Elaine Cannot Be Improved Upon.
WARDEN & OXNARD,
fel PITTSBURG, PA
M. MAY, SONS & CO.
FINE DYEING AND CLEANING.
M Sixth ave, Pittsburg Pa, '
Telephone 20AJ. ' tt
S6th to 57tb st. aud 7th av.. New York.
Finest fireproof hotel In the city.
with apartments adjoining: European plan.
Acknowledged to be the greatest success of any
hotel In the country. Culslno and ap-
polntments cannot be surpassed.
WILLIAM NOBLE. Owner and Proprietor.
0 FOR THE
Engage your room in advance and'avoid be
ing imposed on during the rush. .The
elegant, large, new 2Q0 room
stone and brick
(BTJNTON CEOa, of Pittsburg, Props.)
Will open about April 20,'189a
The most centrally located hotel in the
World's Fair district. Within 1J blocks
there are three entrances to center of Fair
grounds. Two stations on LC. JJ. E., two
electric roads and station on elevated road.
TEEMS FOE EOOMS: SI per day and
upward. Special inducements" to large
numbers. Send for prospectus.
6433 Myrtle ave., Chicago.
WHITE STAR LINE.
For Queenstown and Liverpool. m
Royal and United State Mall steamers.
Britannic. Jan. 4. 7 a mBrltannic Feb. 1. 6 a re
Adriatic. Jan. II. 1 pm TulouIc.Feb.s,H:30am
Gerui'c. Jan. 18. 6 a mlGcrmanlc. Feb. IV. 4 pm
From White Star dock, root or West Tenth street
Saloon rates, 350 and upward, according to
stealer and location of berth. "Second cabin on
these steamerMK and $40: prepaid. $40 anil 315;
steerage lrotn or to the old country. 20.
White Star drafts payable on demand In all the
principal bank3 throughout Great Britain. Apply
to JOHN J. MCCORMICK. 639 Smlthtield street.
Pittsburg. orH. MAITL AND K KRSEY. General
Agent, za Broadway, N. Y. ' nolo-D
ROYAL MAIL STK VS!i -i.
GLASGOW to PHILADELPHIA
via DERBY and GAL WAY. Tho most di
rect ronte from Scotland and North and
Middlo of Ireland.
Intermediate, jo. S'ecrnrf, jIJ.
STATE1 SERVICE OF
LINtL. J STEAMSHIPS.
NEW YORK aud GLANGOIV
via Londonderry every K.ortni,jat.
Dec. 29 State of California xoox.
Jan. 19. State of Nebraska......ll:30 a.m.
Feb. I). Stateofi'.iliror"ia.T; 3007.
Cabin, HO. Second Cabin, $30. Steerage, $13.
Apply to J.J.MbCORMICK, 639 Smithfleld st.
Steamers E"av Srtr York lvery 'atnrdjy
For Glasgow via Londonderry.
Rates ror Saloon Passage.
Cabin. 845 and upwards,
fecond Cabin, 83a. Steerage, 819.
Passengers booked at through rates to or rrom any
city in Great Britain or on the Continent.
Drnfts rn x.ontlon So'fl at Lw-t Jtites.
Book ot Information, tours ami sailing lists fur
nished 011 application to Agent3.
HENDERSON BROTHERS. 7 Bowling Green, N.
Y.. or J. J. MCCORMICK. b39SmltbHeldst.. I'ltts
bnrg. F. M. SEMPLE. Ill) Federal St.. Allegheny.
ALLEGHENY VALLEY RAILWAY-TAKING
effect December 18, 180?. Trains leave Union
station (Eastern standard lime): C'orry Ac.. 6 a
m.. jBraeburn Ac 7 a. in.: Niagara Ex.. dally,
8:40 a. m.. arriving at Buffalo. 8 p. in.: Duliois
and Wlllianisport. daily except tuuday. 8:10 a. in.,
arriving at V. llliarasport, 6:-i5 p.m.: Kltianning
Ac.. 9:30 a. m; Braeburn Ac. iZ:05 p. m. : Tltns
ville and Wlllianisport Ex., 1:30 p. m.; Braeburn
Ac, 2:30 p. m; Emlenton Ac. 3:45 p. in.: Elttan
nlng Ac. 5p.m.: Braeburn Ac. o:S) p. 111. : Brae
burn Ac. C:15 p. m. : Valley Camp Ac, 7:V) p. m. ;
Buffalo nlcht f.x , daily. 0:10 p. nf.. arriving at
Bnffi'.o 7:15 a. m.: Valley Camp Ac, 11:40 p. m.
Sunday church trains Emlenton. 9:05 a.m.; Kit
tanning. 12:40 p.m.; Braeburn. 9:50 p. m. Pull
man bullet parlor cars on day trains and sleeping
cars on night trains between I'litsburgaud Buffalo.
DAVloMcCAIiUU, JAS,. P. ANUERsOX.
Gen'l Mipt. (Jen'i l'.i. Airi'nt.
From Pittsburgh Union Station.
Trains Bun by Central Time.
Northwest System Fort Wnyneltonto
Detart for Chicago, points intermediate and beyond:
7.16 a.m.. 12.0O n n., 12 30 p.m., S.l 5j. m., 10.40
p.m tl' .30 p.m. Arrive from same poinn: tl.00
sum.. "1 20 a.m., 6M ajn., C-iO ajn 5.15p.m
6 45 p.m.
DerARTforToIedo.poinU Intermediate andbeyond:
t7.15a.m. ,12.00n'n., 21S0p.m.,tll.20p.m. Arrivb
lrom same points: VL00 a.m.,-6.40 a.m., t8.45p.rn.
Depart for Cleveland, points intermediate and
beyond: -8.10 a.m., 7.15 a.m., tU5 pjn
112p.m. Arrive from same points: dUa,m.,
J1J55 p.m., 5.45 p.m., 16.50 p.m.
Detart for Martins Ferry, Bridgeport and Bellaire:
tC10a.m., -fl . 15 p.m.,tl. 10 p.m. Arrive from sama
points: f9.00 a.m., tlo p.m., tO.50 p.m.
Depaxt ior New Castle, Erie, Younjstown, Ashta
bula, points intermediate and beyond: i7J2CI a.m.,
tl2 00 n'n. Arrivb from same points: tI-40 p.m.,
Depart for New Castle, Jamestown, Vonngstowa
and Niles, t3.45 p.m. Arrive from same points:
Depart for Youngstown, '12.00 n'n. Arrive from
Youngstown, G.45 p.m.
Southwest Sytem-Pnn ITnudle ISonte
Depart for Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St.
Louis, points inii mediate and beyond: 8.10 a.m.,
8-'.0 p.m., I050p.nu, "11.30 p.m. Arrive from
same points: n.'.20a.m.,6.UUa.m..5.40p.m.
Depart for Columbus, Chicago, points intermediate
andbeyond:il.4ia.ia., 10-lp.m. Arrive lrom
same points: 2.i0 a.m.,2 4' p.m.
Depart for Washington, 0.15 a. m., ! 35 a. m ,
tl.55n. m.,t3.r5p.m.,t4.45p.ni.,t4.50p.m. AKRrva
lrom Washington, -fJ.o5 a.m., t" .50 a.m., tt5.50 a.m.,
Depart for Wheeling, 8J0 a. m.. tll.lO a.m.,
t2 45 p vt., tB-10 p. m. Arrive lrom Wheeling,
8.45 a. mM 12 45 p.m., t5.25p. m., 5.40p.m.
Pullman Sleeping Cars and Pitllmak Dining
Cars run through. East and West, on principal trains
of both Systems.
Local Sleeping Cars running to Colnmbm, Cin
cinnati, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Toledo and Chicago
are ready ior occupancy at Pittsburgh Union Station
at HO clock p. m.
-"- :., r- - . , , . , , .
ilMSiAELESoi xnrougnano ioti 2iT ' !
ion irair.s ot cuner system, cot bicuuwjtow.., i
v Kiainfl at tin Filth Awnna and Union Station.
Pittsburgh, and at principal ticket offices of the Penn
sylvania Lines West of Pittsburgh.
Dailr. tEx. Sunday. tEz. Satnrday. lEx. Monday.
JOSEPH WOOD, K A. FORD,
Gfcsnl tiupt. tami lincnn arret
Every lot in KENSINGTON will double in value before
June 1. Be sure to see KENSINGTON at once and buy a
lot before the big advance in prices. Jor free tickets from
Pittsburg to Kensington and return call at the office of the
KENSINGTON IMPROVEMENT COMPANY,
No. 79 F0UET11 AVE,
In effect 12:01 p. m.. December 18, 1892.
Train will leave Union Stntlon.Fl ttabnrg;,
as follows (Eastern Standard Time):
MAIN I-rNE EA8TWAED,
Pennsylvania Limited of Pullman Vestibule Cars
dally at 7:15 a. m.. arriving at Harrlsburg at 1:H
v- m-i fjhiaadelphlij. 4:45 p.m.: New York. 7 p.
m.; Baltimore, 4:40 p. m.: Washington, 5:55 p.
Atlantic Express and Keystone Express dally at
3.30 a. m., arriving at Harrltburg. 10:30 a-m
Baltimore 1:25 p. m.; Washington, 2:30 a m.;
Philadelphia. 1:05 p. m.: New Yorlcb. nT
Harrjsburg Accommodation dally, excent Sandar
5:25 a. m..-arriving at Harrtsburg 3:to p.m.
Day Express dally at 8 a. m.. arriving at Harris
hurg3:20p. m., Philadelphia 6:50 p. m.. New
orkS:3Jp. m.. Baltimore 6:45 p. m.. Washing
ton 8:15 p.m.
Mall train Sunday only. 8:40 a. m.. arrives Harrls
burg 7 p. m.. Pnlladelphial0:55p. m.
Mall Express dally at 1 p. ra.. arriving at Harrls
burg 10:10 p.m., connecting at Harrlsburg for
Philadelphia Express dally at 4:10 p. m.. arrlvlnz
at Harrlsburg i :00 a. m., Philadelphia 4:25 a. m..
and .New York 7:10 a-m. '
Eastern Express at7rOO p. m., dallr. arriving nar
rlsburg 2:10a. m.. Baltimore 6:20 a.m.. Wash
ington 7:30 a. m.. Philadelphia 5:05 a. m. and
New York 7:40 a.m.
Fast Line dally, at 8:10 p. m.. arriving at Harrls
burg 3:30 a. m., Philadelphia 6:30 a. m.. Sew
York 9:30 a. m.. Baltimore 6i20a. m.. Washing
ton 7:30 a. m.
All tbrousrh trains connect at Jersey City with
boats or "Brooklyn Annex," for Brooklyn. N.Y.
avoiding double ferriage and Journey tbrouch
New York City.
Johnstown Accom.. exct Sunday. Z:0 p. m.
Oreensburg Accom.. 11:15 p.m. week days; 10:30
Sundays. Ureensburg Express 5:15 p. m.. ex
cept Sunday. Deny Express 10:45 a. m.. except
Wall Accom., 5:25. 6:00. 7:40. 8:B. 8:50. 9:40. 10:20.
10:45a. m.. 12:15. 1:00. 1:20. 2:30.3:40.4:00.4:3.
4:50. 5115. 6:00, 6:40. 7:25, 9:05. 10:20, H2B p. m
12:10 night, weekdays. Sunday. 8:40, 10:30 a. m..
12:25. 1:00, 2:30. 4:30. 5:30, 7:20. 0:40. 10:3J p.m.
Wllklnsburg Accom. 5:25. 6:00. 6:15. GM5. 7:00. 7:25.
7:40, 8:10. 8:35. 8:50. 9:40. 10:20, 10:45. 11:10 a. m..
12:01. 12:15. 12:30. 1:0a 10. 1:30. 2:10, 2:30. 3:15.
3:40. 4.00. 4:10. 4:25. 4:35. 4:50. 5:00. 5:15. 5U0. 5:45,
6:00. 6:20. 6:40. 7:25. 8:20. 9:05. 9:45, 10:10. 11:10.
11:35. p. m.. and 12:10 night, week days except
Monday. Sunday. 5:3- 8:40, 13:30. a.m.. 12:21.
1:00. 1:30. 2:30, 4:30, 5:30. 7.20. 9:0". 9:40. 10:.TOp.in.
Braddock Accom.. 5:25. 6:00. 6:15. 6:45. 7: 0. 7:23.
7:40. 8:00. 8:10. 8:30. 8:V). 2:40. 10:20. in:4-V n:io
a m.. 12:01. 12:15. 12:30. 1:00, l:2o. 1:30. 2;.0. 2:3V
3:15. 3:40. 4:00. 4:10, 4:25, 4:, 4:35. 4:5". 5 3 J. 5:15.
5,30. 5:45. 6:00. 6:20. 6:40. 7:25. 8:20. 0.-M:4. 10:3),
11:10. 11:15. p. m., 12:10 night, week days. Sun
day. 5:10, 81OO, 8:40. 10:30 a. in.. 12:25, 1:10. 1:3d.
2:30. 4:30, Sao. 7:20.9:10. 9:10. 10: p. m.
SOUTH-WEST PENN" KAILAVAY.
For Unlontowa 5:3 and 8:35 a. in., 1:3) and 4:3
p. m. week days.
On asd after 12;01 p. ji.. DrcrjiBEn 18. 1892.
ForTVcst Brownsville ana Unlontown 10:40 a.
m. ior West Brownsville 7-l and 10:10 a.m.
and 5:00 p.m. On Sunday. 8:55 a. m. and 1:01
For Monongahela Cltr. Dravnsburg and West
Elizabeth. 6:00,7:35. 8i. J0:50 a. m.. 1:01. 5:C0
5:55 and 11:35 p. m. week days. &undaT.8:55 a. 111
1:01. 4:30 and 9:40 p. ra. Dravosburg only, l":flj
noon and 3:20 p. m. week days. West Elizabeth
only. 4:15, 6:30 and 9:03 p. m.
TVEST PENNSYLVANIA DIVISION.
03T AXD AJTEB 12:CI A. M., DECEMBER 19. 139
From Federal street station. Allegh -nv City:
For Sprlngdalc week days-6:ai. 8:15. 9:25. 10:40,
II :50 a.m.: 1:30, 2:23. 4:00, 5:01. 5:45. 0:10. 6::u.
8:10. 10:30 and 11:40 p. m. Sundays 12:35 and 0:33
For Butler, weekdays 6:55, 8:45. 10:40 a. m.: 3:15
and 6:10 p. m.
For Freeport. week dars 6:55, 8:45. JC:40 a. m.;
3:15. 4:00. 5:00. 8:10. 10:30 and 11:4 J p. in. Sundays
12:35 and 9:30 p. m.
For Apollo, week days. 10:45 a. m. and 5:00 p. m.
For Paulton and BlalrsvlUe, week elays, 6:"5 a. m..
3:15 and 10:30 p. m.
The Excelsior Bagzage Express Company will
call for and check baggage from hotels and resi
dences. Time cards and fuli lu'ormiliun can be
obtained at the ticket offices. No 110 Fifth avenue,
corner Fourth avenue aud Try street aud Union
CHAS. E. PUGH. J. K. WOOD.
faeneral Manager. Gen'l Pass'r Agent.
PITTSBURG AND LAKE ERIE KAILK!D
Company. Schedule In effect Nov. 20, li Cen
tral lime. -P. & L. E. R. R.-DKrAi:T.-Kor Cleve
land. "7:00, 8:00 a. m., '1:10. 4:20, "10:21 p. in. For
Chicago. "7:00 a. m.-'iao. 4:20 p. m. For Cincinnati
andSt,LouIs,:10, "10:25 p. in. For !iuttaio.'ll:lia.
m., 4:20. "10:25 p. m. For Salamanca. "4-00 l. lu.
"2110. "10:25 p. m. For Youn,trn and Xe.r
Castle. "7:00. 8:0o, "11:15 a. m.. -2:10. U-.io. 4:20.
10i25p. m. , F-r Beaver Falls, 5:35: "7:00 "3:00.
11:15 a. m.. "1:00. "2:in. 3:30, 4:s 5:jn, "10:25 0. in.
For Chartlers, 15:30. 5:15. 6r00. fi:.i. 7:'0. ;)
"8:00, "9:10, 9:30, 10:31), "11:15. llIM.a.m.. "10, l-IO.
3:30. 3:45. "4:25.5:10. 5:20. "8:00. lu:3y p. m.
ARRIVE-From Cleveland. "0i a in.. "12:10.
'5:15. 7:45 p. m. From Cincinnati. Chicago ami
St. Louis. "6:30 a. m.. "12:30. "7:45 p. m. From
Buffalo. "6dU a. m.. 12:30. "5:li. t:30p. m. From
Salamanca. "G:30, "10:00 a. m.. "7:45 p. m. r rom
Youngstown and New t anle. "6:30. S7.25. "!0:
a. m., "12:3a "5:15. "7:45. 9:30 p. m. From Beiicr
Falls,5:20. "5:30. 7:25. "10:00 a. m.. "12:30. 2:03, "5:00.
"5:15, "7:45. 9:3i p. m.
P.. C. &Y. trains for MansfieM and Beecumont,.
7:10a. m., 10:30 a. m., 3:45 p. m.
P., C. & Y.tralns rrom Mansfield and lleechmont,
6:57. 9:.:o. 9:55 a. m. 1:05 p. m.
P.. McK. Y. R. R. DltrAitT For New Haven
and WestNewton. "S:20a. m., "3:00p. m.
ARRIVE From New Haven and West Newton.
9:00 a. m.. 4:07p. m.
For McKeesport. Elizabeth. MonniiEahel-i nty
and Belle Vernou. eilO.tOilS. 11:05 a.n.."4:C0."t3:25
EuTICSeesnort, 15:50, "7:40, tll:03 a.m.. 12:55. "oil. T".
Dally. T Sundays only. To and from New
Castle only. 1To and from McKeesport onlv.
City Ticket OlHce, 630 Sinlthneld street.
PITTSBURG AND WESTERN KAILWAV
tchedule in effect May 15. 13S2 (Central time).
Depot cor. Anderson st. and River av., Allegheny.
Depart ror Chicago. "2:00 p. m. Solid tram with
.Pullman sleeping car. For Kaue. Bnidronl. t7:l 3
a. m. For Clarion. t7rt0 a. m.. 12:00 n. m.- r
Foxburg. 7:10a. m., t2:00, t4:t5p. 1:1. ForlluBalo,
Erie. Meadvllle, 17:10 a. m. For (ireeuvllle.
Mercer, Grove city. t7:10a. m., t2:0O p.m. For
Akron. Cleveland, 17:10 a.m.. "2:00 p. m. For .N'ew
Castle. "7:11 a- m.. "2:00, t3:05 p. m. For Butler.
16:30, "7:10. 19:30 a. m.. "2:00, 14.-2S. 15:15 p. m.
Trains arrive: From Kane. t.i:45 p. m. : Clirlon.
111:30 a. m.. t0:45 p. m.: Foxburc. t3:0S. tn:30 a.
m.. 16:45p.m.; Erie. 13:50 p. m.: Greenville. Mer
cer. 111:30 a. m.. t3:50p. m.: Akron. ns5 a. in .
16:45 p. m.: New Castle. 13:05. "11:35 a. in.. "6:45
p. m. : Butler, t7:C0. 19:05. 111:30 a. m., 13ao. 6.i5
p. m. : from Chicago. "11:55 a. m.
"Dally. tExccpt Sunday.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAlJ
Schedule In effect Nov. 13, 1502. Eastern time.
rur uasmnxton. D.
C, Baltimore, Phlla.
dplphla and New
York, "d CO a in and
650. "8 00 a m. tl 10.
"850. "800. J8J0 am.
1110. ;4t5. 1505 aud
1650. "303; SI -TO am.
1110. 1415 aud iioi
For ML. Pleasant.
TOSoanozstAiam. :i id, ri)anu fiuipin.
For Washington. Pa.. "7 10 and 19 30 a m. "400,
1445. "73up m.
For Wheeling. "7 20 and to 30 a m. "4CQ, 730.
For Cincinnati and St. Louu. "7 20 am. " 33
For Columbus. "720am. "730pm.
For Newark, "7 20a m. "7 30p m.
For Chicago, "7 20 a in and "7 30 p m.
Trains arrive from New York, Philadelphia.
Baltimore and Washington. M 20 a m. "3 40 p m.
From Columbus, Cincinnati and Chicago, 'i 5J
lit, a i u ill.
a d m. n rom wheeunz. 'i ia ami -io 4J
m. ?4 15and"8 45 pm,
x-anor anu sicepn
sleenlnr cars to Baltimore. Washing.
ujii, iiuciniiAii anu .nicago.
"Dallv. tuallv except Sunday. SSundayonly.
The Pittsburg Transfer Company will call ror and
check baggage rrom hotels and residences noon
orders left at B. & O. ticket office, corner Ftflh
avenueand Wood street, and 639 Smithfleld street,
J. T. UDELL. CHAS. O. SCULL.
General Manager. Lien. Pass. Ageo
BUY A LOT
It has a population of 8,000 people and
they earn $125,000 per month.'
The Best Water in Pennsylvania,
The Best Drainage,
Two Big Brick School Houses,
Churches of All Denominations,
Every Convenience of Pittsburg,
And is only 18 Miles from the