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THE PITTSBUIltt DISPATCH. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 14. 1892.
LARGE GAINS ARE FREQUENTLY OBTAINED FROM THESE SMALL ADS.
MEETINGS AND NOTICES.
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE MI OTTT.
ii. ERS of Itldgeview rrk will be Held In Baugh
man Hall. Main ft., opposite the Court House,
Grcensburg. Pa.. THURSDAY". December 15. 189i
t 1 o'clock r M.. for tbe transaction of business
of vital Importance to the lot ownera or the associa
tion. I. V. WILLI,
President Board of Directors.
December 12. 1892.
THIRD NATIONAL BKXK. rmSBpO.
December 10. 18M. f
ILECTION-THE ANNUAL ELECTION FOB
i nine directors of this bank, to serve tor the
ensuing rear, will be held at the banting house. 526
and 523 Wood st.. on TUESDA1. January 10, 183.
between the hours ofu a. m. and I p. u.
W. STEIN MEYEK. Cashier.
Fibst National Bank. Pittsbcjig. Pa.
THE ANNUAL. ELECTION FOlt NINE DI
RECTX) US lor this bank to serve for the ensu
ing year HI be held at the nankin house, corner
ood stand rifth av.. TUESDAY. January la
vm. between the hours jg J'a ,.
OrriCE or im Wectin-giiocse Etrcraic
AND MAXCrACTUIUJtw v.uul'A- r, i.vi
tt..t.ts't- Nnr VnKTC. Nov- 30. 1S92.
"HIVIDEND-A SEMI-ANNUAL llUUItJU
U ol 1HKEE AND ONE-HALF per -ent 3i
percent), on the preferred stock of the Westlng
houe Electric and Manufacturing Coinpiny. has
bern declred. payable on and after Januarys.
1S93. to the stockholders or record at the close or
the transfer books on the ICth t'ay of December.
1392. The transter books v. 111 be closed at 3 o clock
p. ., December 2a 1892, and reopened at 2 o'clock
A. M.. January 4. 1S93. PH. FEED KOBBE.
TISSOLTJTIOK OF PABTN-FRSniP-TnE
X) Arm or Butler Jt Burnes. coal dealers, SStli st.
and Valley R. K.. Is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. Mr. Klchard Butler withdrawing. The
business will be continued at the above place by
Clirlstopher Burnrs, to whom all bills should he
paid and who will settle all accounts against tbe
srm. K1CHARD BUTI.Fft
PlTTSnrnG, December 1. 1892.
THE KEYSTONE BREWING COMPANY,
Limited-Notice or involution and Appoint
ment or Llauidatiug Trustee. Notice Is hereby
flven that the Kevstone Brewing Companv, 1.1m
ted. a partnerthlp a-wclation organized under
-n mr-t nf tl,t Can.nl 1 CMnTll V flf the. CommOU-
wealthurPeunsyivanta entitled "An act author
izing the rormallon or partnership associations in
which the capital subscribed shall alone be re
sponsible tor the debts ot the association, except
under certain circumstances " approved June 2.
3S74. and the supplements thereto, bv articles dated
ovember 2. !, recorded in the Recorder's
office of AUeghrnv county. Pennsylvania, in
Limited Partnership Book. Vol 4. page 227. and
amended articles dated October 10. ItST. recorded.
In said Recorder's office in Limited Partnership
Book. Vol. S. pige330. at a meeting or its mem
bers held October 22, 1S92. by vote ora majority In
number and value or interest did retoleand de
termine that said association be dissolved, and
notice is herehv given also that ai 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
and distribute its assets according to law.
J. S. 4E. U. FERGUSON,
MAM IN I.APPE.
A. ISRAEL. Attorney at Law,
65 Diamond street.
ESTATE Or J. D. BERND. DECEASED-EXECUTORS'
Notice Notice is hereby given
that letters testamentary on the estate of J. I).
Jiernd. late of the city or Plttshurit. in the county
of Alleghenv and State of Penuylvania,deceased.
Iiave been granted to the undersigned, to whom all
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
snake immediate pavment, and those having claims
or demands against the same will make them
known without delay, to
fc. L. FLEISHMAN.
85 Diamond street. Pittsburg. Pa,
17STATE OF JOSEPH WALTON. DECEASED,
li Allegheny county. ss.N otitic is herebv given
goods and chattels which were of Joseph Walton,
deceased, have been issued bv the register or Alle
ghenv countj to the nndcrslgned. All persons In
debted to the estate will please make pr .mpt pay
menu and all persons to whom Mr. Walton was In
debted will present tmlr accounts properly authen
ticated tor pavment.
JOHN F. W ALTON, I offl..,
JAMES WOOD. !Vo iM Trite? street.
THO. MCK. COOK. 0- 3 wtubnii
JAKES W. SCULLY. ) amspurg.
T EDUCED BENT-Xo. 9 Cherrr av., near First
IAj av., house ore rooms only S15 per ino.: also
2o. Scott st., near rifthav.. vervcood house G
rooms onlv S2t): send for list. W.A.lIerron 4 Sons,
fcO Fourth av.
a'O LET nrth av. near B.Kjuet st.. Oakland
Brick house, large yard, onlv $17 per mo.;
send lor list. W. A. Herron S. sons. SJ Fourth av.
Allegheny Itrsiaerfces Xo Let.
TO LET John K. Ewlng CO.. 107 Federal St.,
headquarters lor Allegheny houses: lrec list.
Business Stands To Let.
rro I.El room, with or without power: also,
L storage room, dn kiln. cap.icity 30.000 It.: will
) ate kiln or or lumber by contract. Head Bolt
orks. Grant and Boc.ua sts.. Allegheny. Apply
rnpremisesortoll. A. spangler, 'llilrd National
6 LFT Very nice storeroom, over 100 feet deep:
suitable tor confectionery, tirygoods or first
class groccrv: good location for 5 or 10c store: on
une ot th" best streets In East Liberty. Inquire of
L. Fundls S. Son, -U Frankstown av.. E. E.
rpo LET Space with power: every convenience;
L corner Penn av. and Third st.
10 Fifth av.
Booms To Let.
ABCII ST.. 103, Allegheny Furnished rooms,
VERY VT.. so. Allegheny Furnished front
L room, with bath: rent, 510.
pIGHUI ST.. J2-Kooms and table board.
I ELLSWORTH AV.. 3725. East End-Two con
j nectlng unfarniied rooms.
IEHEUAL i-T., 221, Allegheny Table boaraen
J FOURTH AV.. 133. city Three rooms andakltch
. tn: 2mimnes" valkrrom tl.e postoflice.
HEMLOCKsT.. 28. Allrgheny Second story
front, furnished oruufurnished.
IGIILAND S.. 315. E. E.-Front lurnished
K.UI.OII AV.. t. 313, liast End-Well fur
LARIMER AV., 120, Last End-Untornlshed
MONTGOMERY XV.. C. -Allegheny-Nice haU
VO AV.. 2S7 (omtortable and nicely famished
. rooms: all conveniences.
1)ARK WAY. 109. Allegheny Boomers and table
boarders: 3 50 week.
T)OOMS Three or six rooms.
T YLIE AV., 339-FurnIshed rooms.
Z sec auaiuimAL aaicts unuer wanted isoamer
Offices, Desk ltooin. Etc-, To Let.
TO LET In the Ferguson Hock. Third and
Fourth avs.. a few choice offices: dav and
night elevator, electric clocks and Janitor service
lrec: rent low. Black & Balrd. No. o Fonrth av
rpo LET In the Hamilton building, S1-S3 Fifth
X av.. choice offices, with all conveniences; rent
cw. Black Balrd. No. 95 Fourth av.
TO LI T Third floor. Vasonic Hank building:
rooms suitable for artist, draughtsman, archi
tect or Ueht manufacturing.
rpo LET Desk room in our main office at Trom 53
i. upward, with use or desk, etc C H. Love, S3
Miscellaneous To Lets.
T'O LET At a reasonable rent, a good garden of
7 acres, good house, stable and oathuildln gs,
two green houses, plenty or water, situated on
Evergreen plank road. "Gardeners' Home." Koss
township, 3 miles from market house. Inquire on
premises. Fred Brethauer.
TO LET Ton can buy a good second-hand sew
ing machine cheaper than you can rent. Try
bewlng Machine Exchange, 17 Diamond st., Pitts
burg. rpo LET Stable on alley between Fourth ar. ana
X Diamond St. and between Smlthdeld st. and
Cherry alley. C. H. Love. 93 Fourth av.
LOST High prices Only low prices now. Hauch,
LOST Money: unless you buy Xmas gifu at
Hanch's. Ul Smlthfleld st.
Business Opportunities tVantcL
BUSINESS CHANCE We buy tor spot cash
stores of all klnas. drys-oods. shoes, rurnlture,
carpets, etc Perclval A Gaston. 439 Grant st.
"TT ANTED-A gentleman to buy a hair interest
V in a flrst-class established business tor J2. 000;
work easy and refined and hours short; bus. has a
showing of overt 12.000 1 year; those who have the
cash and mean business, only need address H.
Congdeu, Dispatch ufflce.
V7"ANTED-Busluessrnan with capital would ln
JT vest 5.000or more in established paying dry
or fancy roods business: no Interest in other lines.
C. C 1., 89 Spring St., New York.
TTANTED-A lady or gentleman to Invest 00
it in a comedy co. Address, one Tree-, Henry
H. Homestead, Ualllon, O.
, -rt; i asu.
j(S Clatsified real estate advertUements on thU
page ten cent per line for each insertion, and
none takenor lest thsn twenty cents.
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vance either at main or branch offices.
Wanted Advertisement of Ml jAnds,
MALE HELP, BOAEMXO,
rEMALE HELP, KOA8DEHS,
PERSONALS. TO LET BOOMS.
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALES,
I.OST AM FOUND.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH.
Cor. Smlthfleld and Diamond Streets.
BRANCH OFFICES AS TOLLOWS. WHERE
WANTS. FOB SALE. TO LET AND OTHER
TRANSIENT ADVERTISEMENTS WILL BE
RECEIVED UP TO 9 P. M. FOR INSERTION".
Advertisements should be prepaid unless adver
tisers already have accounts with The Dispatch.
FOR ALLEGHENY, 2iO. 107 FEDERAL SI"..
FOR THE SOUTHSIDf; "412 CARSON ST.,
TELEPHONE NO. 6022.
FOR THE EAST END. J.'W.'WAlACji, 6121
THOMAS MCCAFFREY. 3509 Butler st.
EMIL G. STUCKEY. 24th street and Penn avenue
F. H. EGGEUSJtSON, Ohio and Chestnut sta.
THOMAS McHENRY. Western and Irwin avs.
BAKER A good cake baker at once, to call at
Roberts A Steele's, between 2 and 3 this P. il.
1027 Liberty St.. ritisburg.
T ARBER-A eood barber. Apply at 27 Diamond
-u square, l'liisourg.
BARBER-At 200J Carson St., Pittsburg, South
stde. BOOKKEEPER tor manufacturing plant. State
experience, reference and salary expected to
Manufacturer. Box 915. city.
BOY' who has had experience in running an ele
vator; references required. Fleishman i Co.,
S04, S0G and SIS Market st.
OY- To drive a milk wagon and help in a store.
Inquire or . V. Coleman. 131 soutn Z2ust.
C 1 AN VAbbURS Everywhere: S12 weeklv and S
per cent commission. 102 Fourth av.. Koom C.
CRAY'ON ARTISTS at once on piece work or
J otherwise. Electric Portrait Co., 10 and 11
RUG clerk wanted A German preferred.
uentatn, luspaicn omce.
I?EEUr.RCj Under press feeder (male). Apply
. 191 First av.. Pittsburg.
AS FITTER and helper.cornerorEllsworth and
ZArabersouavs. Inquire tor W. II. Walling.
GROCEBY" CLERK Experienced: about 20 vrs,
old : reference: state wages expected. Address
W. P.. Dispatch office
GROCERY" clerk between 18 and IS. Apply at
once Ed Walters, 15 Carson st.
EAT C AUVE E-Colorod man ana ife. Walt
er's, C Sixth et., second Coor.
MEN Positions for Rood businessmen. The
rrevrident Life Association, Xo. 207 X. Lib
ertyst., Italtlmore. Md.. desires to engage a man
apcr In this part or the State. An experienced, ac
tie business man, who can present propertcstl
monlals as to character and abllltr, and vrho Is
willing to do personal work. Is offered a perma
nent and profitable position. The association also
requires the services of special, district and local
agents. Address Agency Department.
TVrT Rfl AmprlMPi. Trt Italians and 00 Pnl-
JJ 1U It, laborers, machinists. C10 Grant st.
PRESSMAN First-class cylinder prtsstnan
wanted. Apply Jos. Eicnbauni & Co., 43
SAkKSMEN to handle our famous patent Foun
tain Ink Eraser, the latest ana most com pie
eraser ever invented, overcoming tvery 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 ltseir when Its
perfect work i6 shown. We give exclusive terri
tory, and allow from 150toS00 per cent profit: on
receiptor 50 cents will mall sample with price list
and terms: also a sample or our celebrated Plnless
Clothes Line for 50 cents, or sample or both forjl.
l'lnlcss Clothes .Line Co., Ho. 97 Hennon St..
SOLICITOR A good solicitor can line employ
ment at $15 per week. Pittsburg Clean low el
Co.. 143 Fulton st.
STENCIL CUTTER-'Wcber & Co., Pittsburg:
apply at once.
'PlNNERS-Two good tinners at once. George
1 Koine i. Co.. Mansfleld, Chartlers postofficc.
ri 'UNNEL bricklayers (SO) and two toremen; none
X but good tunnel bricklayers wanted: apply
on the work at Kerrmore, Clearfield Co.. Pa., on
lieech Creek Railroad: no letters answered: 3.500,
0C0 brick to be put in place. Geo. S. Good &Co.
rpURNER-At once, competent roll turner and
X night roller on 7-lnch train. The Union Iron
ana Steel Company, Pomeroy. O.
"YV7"ANTEO Two plumbers Immediately: onlv
IT flrst-class mechanics need apply, standard
Plumbing Co., SI Federal SL, Allegheny.
yroUNG MAN An honest and energetic young
X man, ramiliar with subscription books, to
travel, to hire agents, for our publications: suc
cessrut book salesman preferred: salary and ex
penses paid: first-class retorenccs as to character
and ability must accompany application. Address,
witii toll details, aa to experience, etc.. Band,
McNallv & Co., 323 liroadway. New Y'ork.
AGENTS Salarv or commission to agents to han
dle the Patent Chemical Ink Erasing Pencil:
the most useiul and novel Invention or the age;
erases Ink thoroughly In two seconds: works like
magic: 200 to SCO per cent profit; agents making
per week: we also want a general agent to lake
charge or terrltorv ana appoIut6ub agents; a rare
chance to make money. Write tor terms and sam
ple of erasing. Monroe Eraser Mfg. Co., X 10, La
AGENTS wanted to sell The Crime or CasteTa
new. startling, powerful book, written by the
pioplCs champion, llenjamln K. Davenport; tells
what beat Harrison In 1S92; the people vs the
barons, dudes and chappies; red hot; every Hue a
flaming sword; 5.0C0 sold in Philadelphia first
week; outfit 25c: big terms: books ready Dec. 15.
Write to-day to Kej stone Pub. Co., Philadelphia.
AGENTS and everyone to investigate our car
riage, sleigh and wagon stovcs;nlcefbr offices:
agents have no trouble in making from f to ;10 per
day: no one who drives in cold weather can afford
to be without one if they valnc their health. Spe
cialty Company, 420 Smlthlleld st.
AGENTS We want men who are already travel
ing salesmen to carry our lubricants as a 6lde
line; uarae references and territory. Manufact
urers' Oil Co.. Cleveland, O.
AGENT A good live agent to sell a new gas
s'nve: liberal commission to right man. Ap
ply st 2111 Carson St.. Southslde.
AGENTS TVANTED-ta) per week easily made.
Household Novelty Company, Y'ork, Pa.
AGEST To sell WIcgand's picture hanger.
Wlrgand Hanger Co.. 1232 Penn.
Tcmalo Help "Wanted.
APPRENTICES Good sewers: others to learn
dressmaking and cutting. 930 Penn av.
CIOOK Flrst-class cook: small family; best
J wages: reference required. Apply Penn and
Ilomcwood avs.. East End. , t
tOOK and kitchen glrL. Isaac's, 542 Smlthfleld
COOKS and houseglrls: 2 girls for one house. 28
Sedgwick st., Lmployment office. Allegheny,
COOKS, houseglrls Places free. Exchange, 910
GIRL A good gtrlto do general housework. Ap
' ply at 3424 Forbes st., Oakland, city.
f 1RL to sew on fine coats. 10 and 12 Sixth st.
HOME work on dress patterns: enclose stamped
envelope. Taylor's, : ltrumficld St., Bos
LADIES make $20 a week who write tor us at
home: no canvassing. Reply witii addressed
and stamped envelope. Woman's Co-operative
Toilet Co. (incorporated). South Bend, Ind.
LADIES to sell O'Keefe'a rills. Dr. 0'Keefe&
Co., 1232 Penn.
1ADY" typewriter with experience, also knowl
j edge of bookkeeping. Address O., Dispatch
SALESLADIES 20 experienced book and station
ery salesladies. Apply to Manager Book De
partment at Kanfraanns' store.
OMAN for cooking and kitchen work. 154
North av., Aucgucny t;ity.
Slale and Female Help Wonted.
HELP Colored man and wito for small hotel,
farm hand. colored boy, man cook, cooks,
chambermaids, dishwashers, laundress, dining
room girls, chlldren'a nurse, family cooks, cham
bermaids, hocse girls, colored girls; highest
wages paid here: work strlctlv on Duslness prin
ciples. Mechlin's Agency, 545 Grant st.
HEI.P-Cooks. chambermaids, dining room
girls, nurses, houseglrls, German and colored
girls, laundresses, hotel help, drivers, farm hands,
white and colored waiters, oue colored boy. Mlta
Dolan. successor to Mrs. Thompson. 60s Grant st.
-rTTANTED-By family of i adulu until April t,
TT furnished bouse ot I rooms In firit-clau
neighborhood, AUeghtny or E. E. Address E. S.,
i.i i': fniiiA
EXPERT accountant seeks evening employment;
books posted, audited, balanced. L., 4 Carlisle
Place. Fifth av,
POSITION-By amin capablejof keeping a set
or books or superintending a steam plant, a
position where ability aud close attention to Diul
iie,swlllbe appreciated: flrst-clas rererences and
a bond If required. Address tor three days G. J.,
POSITION -An A No. I traveling salesman who
has called n the wholesale grocery trade of
Ohio, Ptnusrhanla and New York tor several
years, desires position with good house January 1.
Address S. F.. Dispatch oHce.
TjOJlTION A young man aged 19 desires posl
l tlon as clerk In retail Urntr store: nine months'
experience: sober and reliable: can fnmlsli reftr
ences Address Qnlnln". Dispatch office.
POSITION Gentleman at present employed as
traveling salesman wishes position as city
salesman. Auoress rraveicr, uispaicu omco.
IJOSITION as manager or mines: ten years' expe
rience In Pittsburg district: number one reicr-
eilCCS. AUU1V&S Jlllling. AsiaiJatm uiuLti
POSITION llvoung ladv as stenographer and
. ,. . : !,.--... im.. n ir
G Dua-s. Pa.
"POSITION Bookkeeping or general office work;
i experienced man. Address D. K. G., Dispatch
POSITION As chambermaid in private ramlly.
Address Maid. Dispatch office.
SITUATION"-i:y a gentleman. Q. A. and Ph. G
with 5 wears' experience and A 1 refcrencca po
sition with" flrst-class house, where same willbe
permanent. Adaress Lock Box 762, Latrobe, Pa.
SITUATION injewclry store by a voung man
with two Years' experience; good reference.
Calvin. Dlspa'ch office.
SITUATION Ev n stenographer and clerk or
bookkeeper. Address Stenographer. Dispatch
SITU ATION-Iiy blacksmith. Address D. Teater,
212 Penn av.
Hotels, Dining and Lunch Rooms.
ANCHOR HOI EL. Liberty, corner Fourth;
lodging per night. 25c, 35c, 50c; week, ?1 25,
;i 7. ?A $J.
HOTEL ROLL, 41 Eleventh St.. near Union de
pot: clean, quiet dining room: meals, 25c;
beds, 25. 50 and 75c: the bar contains tbe best.
ROOMS Furnished, gas and bath, with board.
S4 75 per week, on Market St., near Adams st.
Address Gas, Dispatch office.
STU DENTS Short-hand pupils; speeding classes
for writers or all systems: if not satisfied with
jonr present progress, can' tread your notes, etc..
takea few neeks' dictation with us: terms, S4 50
per month: positions guaranteed: there is a de
mand for competent stenogi apiers which it seems
impossible to supplv. Pitvatc shorthand Institute,
315 smlthfleld St., Pittsburg, Pa.
ENSWANGER& ZAHN-Fire Insurance. 60
JOHN K. fcWIXG & CO.. 107 Federal St., make
quick toans: money ready.
MONEY" to loan on mortgages: can match any
sum desired; no dcluj. Piper & Clark, 131
OXEY" at 5 per cent: we have $50,000 to loan.
;atj up. o. Aucsic jo.. im fouriu av.
MORTGAGES on city or Allegheny county
property at lowest rates. Henry A. Wea er,
i- Co.. 92 Fourth av.
rpo LOAN S20i, mm on mortgages: S10O and up
X ward at 6 per cent; S5O",C0o at W per cent on
residence or business property, vacant lota or
tanns. b. H. French. 125 k ourth av.
"T7ANTED-Januarv 1, 1S93. loan of t(.000 on
It first mortgage, flrst-class Wllklnsburg prop
erty. Address Borrower. Dispatch office.
WANTED-Mortgages on improved cltyor Alle
gheny city property. McCuue & Coulter, 93
TANTED To make you a quick loan on mort
gage, anyaerjc line, lb; r ourm av.
I7LF.CTSH Mfg. and MipplvCo..310Blssellblocfc.
j Pgh.. 04 Federal. Aliegh'v: Incandescent and
bell wiring; electrical repairing a specialty;
piione I A7o.
LADIEs' Dining and Lnnrli Room Holldav
buvers when out shopping lunch atKevan's
ladies' favorite lunching resoru 90S Penn av.
)AINTING and plate glass glazing. E. C. Miller,
PEDDLERS and fakirs to buy the latest patented
game tailed the Trolley: sells at sight: big
money for pushing men: will mall sample and lu
tormatlon Iiv sending 15c Address C. Hutchln
son. No. 1900 Marshall St.. Philadelphia. Pa.
PLUSH SACQUES Bring them tons to be done
over; made like new; $5 and flO. Paulson
Bros., 441 Wood st.
MUROIIASER for new high-arm Singer: tor sale
L at hair price: sewing machines from (5 up, at
Sewiug Machine Exchange, 17 Diamond St., Pitts
T'BUNKa named to aim lrom tne t-.ast Endfor
Arty cents. Campbell Davis, No. 12Seventh
av. 'telephone 276.
USL Jones' lledbuz faratyzer .tones' Mag
Roach Powder: roaches banished by contract
ratisraction given or no pay. 222 Federal st., Alle
glieny. bold by all first-class druggists.
WANTED All business men :o know that the.
Office Specialty Co.. 10.r Third av.. keep in
stock the latest and best office furniture, fillnz
cabinets and labor-saving office specialties and
metallic vault fixtures are among their specialties.
WANTED Factory room with power, electric
or steam: should be 75x3J feet or thereabout:
state terms bv lear or lease for term or years;
must liaie good light. G. C. VanKIrk, 123
1; ANTED Ware's Umbrella Works: they are
11 at 24 Sixth st.. directly opposite Bijou The
ater: thev re-cover and repair umbrellas while you
wait: bis't work; lowest prices.
"V7"ANTED to hire tor two or three months, a
Y small locomotive: 3-toot gauge: Potter make
referred. Address Locomotive, branch office
"liyANTED A pony Must be well broken to
l t both saddle and harness and warranted sare
and sound. Address, naming price. Pony, Dis
TVT A NTED All kinds and class's or stores and
V other business opportunities to sell. Write
tor terms. .1. II. Chambers Co.. 103 Fourth av.
WANTED Contracts or hauling for all kinds of
wholesale houses at lowest rates. M. it..
WANTED to buy 100 0C0 old brlrfc. Address Old
Brick, branch Dispatch office, Allegheny.
"TIT ANTED Desk and sato: state kind, size and
V price. Box 1330. Pittsburg.
OOD and photo engraving: ltairtones: electro-
tvping. itragtuni. 78 rourtn ave
BEAUTIFUL upright pUno. best make, used
only one month: very cheap. No. 40 Mont
gomery av., Allegheny.
I)IANO An elegant upright grand piano worth
S150 for 1163 cash, as Diamond.
Miscellaneous For Sale.
BRACELETS Cute and lovely, and so cheap at
Chris Hauch's. 541 Sinlthdeldst.
BRICK 5,000, TOO new building brick m quanti
ties to suit buyer at Bedford av.. near Penn
Incline. John Laitz & Co., Lira. City tele
BRICK-5.000.COO new bnllding brick at Bedford
av., near Penn Incline. John Lanz & Co.,
COINS for sale I, COO or 1.7C0 pieces; very rare old
coins rrom almost all parts or the world. Ad
dress Old Coins. 1219 Railroad St.. Braddock.
IAMOND-I arge white stone, only $20; must be
EARDROPi-Jl. at Chris Hauch's, 541 Smlthfleld
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be within the reach or all people who are able to
buy books: families with children of school age
can hardly Hud any excuse Jor not furnishing
them b 1th an encyc.op.rdla hereilter.
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3?OR SALE-Tlie Brltannlca contains over 700
; maps; this Includes all or the latest maps of
the American Stales and territories; 24,000 pages;
8. OOP illustrations: over 1, 5 con trlbu tors.
I70K4SALE A lot orriirnltnre and a Brussels car
? pet. at 195 Fourth av city.
T70R SALE The Brltannlca to-day stands the
X one only adequate representative ot the scholar
ships or the world-the monumental work of En
V'APKIN RINGS-Prctty. very cheap at Chris
1 Hauch's. 541 Smlthfleld at.
OPERA GLASsES-AH stvles and sizes, t up. at
Chris Hauch's, 541 Smlthfleld st.
ROLL-TOP desk: only used i months: cost
wlUse-llattM 12 Central St., Allegheny.
SHOW CASE 10 feet long, counter, inelTlnf anu'l
sale; cheap, 64 Diamond st, 1
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FOB SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses, Vehicles, Idvo Stock For Sale.
BUGGY A flrst-class side-bar buggy made by
Hooker Co.. of New Haven, Conu., the best
makers in the United States; cost 1325 and will sell
lor 1150 if sold quick: also a handsome light Port
land sleigh made by Kendell, the great sleigh
builder, nlll be sold eheap, $50; both can be teen
at my stable. No. 133 U ebster av., c.ty. Win, Mc
Callln. DEIil VERY wagons Delivery wagons all stvles:
our own make. Wm. Beckert, 340 to 144 Ohio
St., Allegheny, 'lelephone 34J1.
MARE A gray mare 5 years old: doctor's bnggy
and harness; also a thoroughbred black mare
6 vears old: good saddlers; will sell cheap. Apply
J.' Warburton, Hatneld st., bet. 47th and 43th sts.,
PACING GELDING, SH hands, 7 years old, per
lectly broken, handsome, stylish aud pure
gaitcd; can show quarter 1n Ml). Beed, McEllroy
A Co., i:0 Fourth av.
Rubber Stamps and Stencils For Sale.
GETyourrnbbcratamps. steel stamps, stencils,
seal presses, brass checks, etc. from Bheaflcr
tCo.. 49 Filth av.. Dud'a College building.
STENCILS, steel stamps.
Seal presses, rubber stamps, elc.
W. A. Buntlnc 20 Fifth av.. cor. Market.
Machinery and Metals For Sale.
BOILERS and engines, second hand: all sizes
from 4 to 130 li. p. : cheapest In the market: 61
boilers and engines in stock, stationary and porta
ble, upright hollers, mounted tarm engines, steam
pumps, governor, pulleys aud shafting, 'let. 3401.
23-25 Park way. J. S. Y'oung. Allegheny, Pa
BRYANT and Acme automatic engines and boil
ers, hot water and steam heating exhaust fans
and ventilating fly fans, water and electric motors,
djnamos and electric lighting: general machinists,
engineers and contractors: stationary engines and
boilers. Tompkins & Ulrlch, 316 Liberty st., Pitts
7NGINES and boilers or every description: brick
2a yard supplies; contractors' and rolilngmlllma
lilncry. Thomas Carlln's Sons, Lacock and San
dusky sts., Allegheny.
JEWING MACHINES-Dunn, Penn av.. last
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
Business Opportunities For Sale.
AN Interest in a manufacturing business in the
city, a legitimate! and old-established concern
an I making money; we have examined a state
ment or the condition or the companr. which Is
very satisfactory: the showing Is excellent; par
ticulars will be given confidentially at our office.
Jas. W. Drape 4 Co., 313 Wood 6t ritisburg.
BILLIARD hall equipments: 5 tables: good pay
ing business: will rent room: main street; will
sell cheap. Address Box 93. Rochester. Pa.
CtLOTHING and genu', tornlshlng goods store;
J good town or 15,0(0 Inhabitants: stock will In
voice about $10,000 can be reduced to suit pur
chaser; doing the leading business In the city: good
reasons lor selling. Address C.G., Uispatch office.
FOR SALE Conrectlonery in best location with
or without candv tools: nice rountaln aud Ice
cream fixtures. Address A. 10. Dispatch office.
'OR SALE Bakery and restaurant. 64 East
aiaiu st.. ?aiera. u.
GROCERY Doing a good business: rent cheap;
good reasons for selling. Address Grocer,
LICENSED HOTEL for 6ale. doing good busi
ness, located in Kinzna, Pa. Alt particulars
from E. A. Coleman, Youngsvlllc, Pa.
PAPER ROUTE in live town near the city, clear
ing $45 per week : bargain ; fine grocerv store in
good location: s.Voon and restaurant: cigar store;
stocks to cxrhince for real estate. Holmes & Co..
420 Smlthfleld st.
WALL PAPER store In well growing town out
of Pittsburg: rare chance; good reason for
selling. Address Box 717. Duquesne, Pa.
OPT f 000 Clotning house Tne leading clothing
tiPXvA house In one or the bet manufacturing
towns in "Western Pennsylvania: has a steadily in
creasing business: made over $3, COO clear last year:
the owner Is in other business and will give a live
man a bargain. M. F. Hippie A Co., 9G Fourth av.
Husiness Properties For Sale.
170R SALE The J. R. Gravest., distillery prop
. ertj, established 1852, located on Monongahcla
river, being a flrst-class plaut: late Improvements;
all lu condition to operate nt once: at a reasonable
price to settle the estate. (73 s.) W. A. Herron &
sons, 80 Fourth av.
T? OOD ST. Five-story brick warehouse In good
V condition: a 6 per cent investment: enhance
ment certain: price. $25,oc0, $5,000 cash. Samuel
W. Black & Co., 99 Fourth av.
Coal Lands For Sale.
(10 A L lands tor sale 2,000 acres or coal near rall
J road at a bargain. J, 11. Chambers & Co., 118
FOR SALE LOTS.
Jiist End Lots For S.l!e.
LOTS 140 choice lots. $175 each, $5.00.1 cash, bal
ance three or five j ears, with release privilege;
these luts can lie retailed tor $&0 each within one
?'ear: located in a good neighborhood; within city
units; convenient to steam and electric cars;
owner very anxious to sell or will exchange tor Im
proved propertv In Pittsburg or Allegheny.
Samuel . Black A Co., 99 Fourth av.
NLY" a few lots left, on which I will build a
house to suit and take payments In amounts
to suit purchasers: location In good neighborhood,
on'hlgh. dry ground, only 10 minutes from Court
House, on line of cable cars. A. Bauck, 441 Graut
FOB SALE Schenley Park iota 5uxl5o. greater
rrontage ir desired. Woodland aienue. be
tween Forbes avenue and Schenley Park; asphal.
turn pavement: street railroad; cheap: easv terms
Frank F. Nicola, 510U Forbes or 20 Firth avenue.
8 LOTS, 24x100, corner Atlantic and Margaretta
sts., K. E.. and only 5 minutes' walk from
Penn av. line; these lots arc very nice and are very
cheap.at $550 each: terms reasonable. Mark E.
Baldwin, 24 Frankstown av., E. E.
Suburban Lots for Sale.
SWISSVALE-Palmcr Place lota, very near the
station: water and gas on the streets; excel
lent location and growing rapidly: good invest
ment: $900 for choice lots, Uoifman & Baldridge,
Wllklnsburg, opp. depot.
WILKINSnUIlG lots in the Hnnter plan, three
squares from the new traction lines, nt$300,
$350, $37a and $400: some or them with $10 cash pay
ment and $2 per week, or$25evcty three months; a
rare chance. C. H. Love. 93 Fourth av.
Farms For Sale.
T70R SALE Or evchange-For citv propertv,
X larmor 193 acres, 18 miles rrom Pittsburg, on
B. .tO. R. R, ; station at the tarm: underlaid with
coal; $W per acre. C. W. Iteed & Co., Washing
FOR SAXE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE
A BARGAIN A Forty-fifth st. residence prop
ertv, lot 21x100 to an alley; good, comfortable
and convenient 2-story brick house of 6 rooms and
finished attic and good cellar, vestibule, halls, sl.ite
mantels, inside shutters, both gases am! water; 2
good 4-rooms tenant houses on rear or lot; this
is a dcslrab'c propertv as an investment: price,
$7,000: K casli and baC to suit purchaser, J, H,
Chambers & Co, , 103 Fonrth av.
EOR SALE On Second av. near Market St., the
best loeateel property on the street: has a
rrontage or 35 reet: a substantial three-story brick
building on one-hair the lot. Apply on the prem
ises. No. 68.
170UUTH AV.. near Liberty-Two 3-story brick
' dwellings; 12 rooms each: a growing business
locality: lot 40x33: will sell separately. Samuel W.
Black & Co,, 99 t ourth av.
300 Login st., near Wylleav.: 2-story very
s neat brick dwelling:. A rooms and hath room:
marble mantel in parlor; lot 25 feet rront. J. C.
Eeilly, 80 Diamond st.
Cf 1 OO For that desirable 2-storv and mansird
jDt) brick (stone toont) dwelling; 7 rooms; Din
widdle st ; it is cheap at above price. J. C.
llellly. SO Diamond St.
C2fO 700 Chatham St.. dose to 5th av., 2-story
WO) brick dwelling. 6 rooms: lot runs through
to State alley. J. C. ltellly, SO Diamond St.
East End Residences For Sale.
EAST END At a sacrifice if sold before Jan. 1,
1893 East End residence of 11 rooms situated
in the center of the East End, handy to the trac
tion, electric and stcim cars; all the modern im
provements: lot 40x103 rt. to an alley: $9,500 $3,500
cash, balance in 8 years ; this Is a bargain. Shirra
Stevens, 3105 1'enn av.
T70R SALE The beautiful piece ofproperty cor.
X of Hone and lvr streets, fronting 285 feet on
Howe street and 245 on Ivy street. Howe street
paved and Howe and ivy streets sewered.- There
are 69.805 square feet or ground In this piece. No
piece or ground like It In the East End. one square
from Pittsburg Traction Bailwuy and the same
distance from the Duquesne Klecliic Rallwav. For
further particulars Inquire of Black It Balrd, No,
95 Fourth av.
FOR SALE Modern brick house; eleven rooms;
In one of the best localities in the East End;
near traction cars; all street and other Improve
ments made: price right to prompt buyer. Owner,
MEYRAN AV. I-story frame dwelling, 4 rooms,
bath, h. and c. water: lot 22x142 to Ward St.;
X cash, bal. to suit. J. C. Kellly. 60 Diamond st.
m a j. . ..mr A.n. a hnn llf H imaw.. Vat,
t&i) open stair ease, state manteV front and
rear porches, large cellar, lot zoxioo reev tnis prop
erty Is nrar Penn AT. cable cars, and w'll be sold
for $800 cash, balance to suit, jutes: a uaird, No.
95 i ourth av. ;
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FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE
East End Residences For Sale.
FOR PALE A rare chance tor workingmen;
i80o csh will buy two good four-roomed
liousc'Miewlv built, and four lots: never yet occu
pied; Juno St.. Fourteenth ward. Oakland. In
quire. C. U. Love. 93 Fourth av.. or 1504 Bates St.,
170R SALE Hero Is a bargain New house 5
: rooms. halL porches, etc.. close to Stanton ay.,
11,600: must be sold, owner hard up tor money. B.
It. aicf eirncy, am iiutierst.
ouu-xaucrsou street. rfli .cu, "v'yJJ
HiJ m y jiuiiiv nuu&ts ui eigiib Kvmi v.tua. - ..
center, bath, w. c. w. s . hot and cold water: lot
fronts 88 on street by IM in depth: will exchange on
good unimproved property. Logue & Schroeder,
Germanla Bank building.
Allegheny Residences For Sale.
ALLEGHENT-North av.. one of the finest new
and modern residences fronting the parks:
complete in every particular: stone front and all
hardwood finish; owntr to leave the citv January
1 and mnst sell ; here is a bargain to a quick buyer.
M. F. Hippie & Co., 90 Fourth av.
FOR SALE Three two-ttorv frame dwellings,
southeast corner North and Grant avs. ; lot 40x
80: will be sold away down ir bought quick; neigh
borhood first class. For all information call on
Black & Balrd, 95 Fourth ar. (A 526.)
ATO. 72 KIRKPATRICK AV.. Allegheny, one
1 square from Calltornla electric line-Brick
dwelling. 2 stories and finished attic; re ently
built, good condition; easv terms; ir not sold by
Jan. 1 will be tor rent. Apply to Samuel J. Moffat,
No. 520 Penn av., city.
Suburban Residences For Sale.
FOR SALE-Sewlckley-$8.000 place for $6,500: 2
storv and mans, brick of 9 rooms and kitchen:
hall, both gases, slate mantels, front and rear
porches: lot 51 by over 200 feet deep: within 14
squares of Ft. W. depot on the main street: owner
a non-resident; will sell at a sacrifice within next
10 days. Black & Balrd, 95 Fourth av.
P-OR SALE-Ecal estate bargains: send for new
catalogues. Just out. mailed free; 3,000 proper
ties. Black i. Balrd, 95 Fourth av.
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REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
FIRSTNATIONAL BANK, at Pittsburg, lu
the State or Pennsylvania, at the close of business,
December 9, 1892.
Loans and discounts
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured
u. s. Donas to secure circulation
Stocks, securities. Judgments, claims,
Due from approved reserve
agent $ 184,317 53
Due from other National
Banks 55,582 73
Due from State banks and
bankers 32.373 33
Tanking house, furniture and fixtures..
Other real estate and mortgages owned
Current expenses and taxes paid
( hecks and other cash items,; 9.531 21
Exchanges for clearing house 140,79(176
Bills or other banks 12,475 00
Fractional paper currency.
nickels and cents 275 59
Specie 291,816 00
Legal tendcrnotes 293.450 00
Redemption Tund with U. S, Treasurer
(5 per cent of circulation)
272. 3M 64
Capital stock paid In STiO.000 00
Surplus fund 250,009 00
Undivided profits 90.4&) 43
National bank notes outstanding 4OJ0 OO
Dividends unpaid 5,718(0
Individual deposits subject
to check $2,809 313 11
Certified checks 3.335 44
Due to other National banks 190.212 54
Due to State banks and bank
ers 112.833 93
State of Pennsylvania, I
County of Allegheny. "'"
I. J. D. bcullv. Cashier of the above named bank,
do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true
to the best of my knowledge and boiler.
J. I). SCULLTr. Cashier.
Enhscrlbed and sworn to before me this 13th day
of December, 1892.
JOHN EWING SPEEK.
TJEPORTOF TnE CONDITION OF THE PEO
tt PLtS SAVINGS HAXK. of FIttbiirg. of
Allegheny county, Pennsylvania, at the close of
Cash on hand $ 509 70
Checks and other cash Items 230 fO
Due from banks and bankers 130. V39 15
Loans and discounts 782.770 33
Investment securities 1,430.004 65
Real estate, furniture and fixtures 73,314 82
Overdrafts 42 42
Current expenses and taxes paid 78." 94
Miscellaneous assets 2,597 10
Capital stock paid In $ 300,000 00
Surplus fund 51.670 29
Undivided profits 87,378 03
Deposits subject to check ... 87,126 90
Deposits, special 1,825.735 97
Cashier's checks outstanding 500 0-)
Due tobanksand bankers .- 69,990 98
Dividends unpaid 4.332 00
$2. 423. 784 17
Report or above has been made to C. H. Krutnb
haar. Superintendent or Banking.
State or Pennsylvania, county or Allegheny, ss:
I. Edward E. Duff, Treasurer orthc above named
bank, do solemnly swear that tRe above statement
Is true to the host ofmy knowledge and bellcr.
FDWARD E. DUFF. Treasurer.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 6th day
of December. 1892.
Signed EOBT. C. MOORE.
Signed D. MCK. LLOYD.
T. P. DAY.
K'OTICCTO CONTRACTORS-SEALED PRO
POSALS wlii be received by the McKee-port
and Wllinerdlng Railway Company, McKeesport,
Pa., till Decern oer SI. 1892, at noon, for the grading
or the roadwav about 4' miles In length. Approx
imate estimate 20,000 vards. Plan and profile can
be seen at the ofili e orTayior, Romlne and Scott,
Engineers. Contractors wishing to go over the
line will meet at the office or Taylor. Romlne and
Scott. MrKeesport, December 20, 1&9Z. at one
o'clock V. 11. The company reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
U . V. M. TAYLOR. M. D
JOHN C. DEVENNY".
30 acres land fronting on one of the best
streets In tho district.
Can bo sub-divided nicely Into good build
Ins lots, as the ground lays well.
Near the new electric railway now build
ing. Cheap to quick buyer.
IRA M. BURCHFIELD,
158 Fourth Avenue.
For Sale near Wllklnsburg.
6 ACRES, 8 JW3RES, 4 ACRES, 11 ACRES,
These properties are from S to 15 minutes'
walk lrom Wilklnsbnrg. Some of them have
lioucs, orchard?, etc., on them and omo
Iinvo not, hut they ato nil very deslrablo
properties, and nrn so located that they are
sure to increase In price in the very near
future, and some of them worth more money
today. C. H. LOVE, 03 Fonrth ave.
"Save Your Rent."
The United Security Lifo Insurance
and Trust Co. will advanco tliroo
fourths (5i) the valuo of sticli prop
erty ns y cu may desire to build or buy.
Policies for terms of 5, 10, 15 or20 years.
', "Payments same nsl"lent.""Deed:
:may bo in wife's name, husband:
In cae of death the policy pro
tects, and the Home is "Free and
Clear." Call or send for circular.
MORRIS & FLEMING, Agents,
KO. 62 FOURTH AVE.
$12.00 PER FRONT FOOT.
5,600 FEET FRONTAGE,
300 feet on paved streer. This very desira
ble tract ot land is only six minutes from
Duquesne electric curs andditectly on new
line tn be built In the spring. Can be easily
retailed at $20 to $30 per foot. Terms easy.
06 Fourth avenue.
Lot 50 Feet Front, Center Avenus,
Twentieth Ward, by 213 Feet Deep.
Lot 23 Feit Front, Fulton Street,
Ity 131 on Webster Avenue.
HOUSE 1312 JIUKIEL STREET
And Lot nearly 53 Front bylU Feet Deep.
Inquire of JOHN A. WILSON.
149 Fonrth Avenue.
SMITIISOa & VINCENT,
Sales ot real estate, merchandise at stores,
household goods at residences (Jewelry sales
for the trade only) promptly attended to.
Office, SSElsnerbafldlng.cor. 5th and Woodst.
THOS. II. JIoFARLAND, Attorney,
15J Fourth ave.
OUrHANS' COUUT SALE-BT VIHTUU
of an order of tlio Orplistns' Court or
Allegheny county, at No. 119, November
term, 1S9J, the undersigned, executors of
the estutu of Sophia 13. Wentz, deceased,
will espnse.it public sale, on the premises,
on THUHSDAY. December 15, ltOA at 2
o'clock r. u., tbe following described real
estato, situated In the borough of Crafton,
Allegheny county. Pa., beslnning at a point
on the northern side of Crafton avenue, dis
tant 154.4 feet from tUe Intersection of Crnf ton
and Noble avenues, thence north 1 51' eat
185 5 feet to a stone land mark, thence south
8S 09' east 181 20 teet to a pin, thence south
1 51' west bT.CS feet to a pin. thence south
83 09 east 73.68 feet to a pin on the western lino
of said Noble avenne, theucp iilonj; the lino
of said Xoblo avenue south 34304' west 139 25
feet to a pin at the Intersection of said Crar
ton and Nobleavenne, andthenco nlnn; the
line of said Crafton avenuu north 8SC9' nest
154 4 feet to :i point, at the placo of begin
ning, containing 75-10OO acre, recorded in
deed book vol. 375, pngc 41, will bo sold as a
whole or in parts. Terms of sale Ten per
cent of bid nt time of sale, one-third of tho
balance, of which said 10 per cent shall be n
part in cah on confirmation of sale by the
Court and delivery of deed; the other two
thirds secured by bond and tight mortgago
on the premises, payable in two years with
lawful interest, or all cnin, nt the nntlnn of
tho purchaser. PHILIP WENTZ,
BOOKS. BOOKS. BOOKS. At auction. Cat
alogue salo of standard literature and
line Illustrated works.tnany of them new and
"uitable for holiday gifts, THURSDAY and
FKIDAY EVENINGS. December 15 and 16.
at 7:30 at the rooms of the Henry Auction
Company, 24 and 2G Ninth street. Each even
ing sale will embrace ICO lots. Also some
rate old newspaper and charts. Books now
on exhibition. Catalogues furnished on ap
plication. Henry Auction Company, Auc
DUQUESNE, Leading Theater.
To-uigu t and Saturday matinee. The man
agement has the honor or presenting the
Next week Henry Dixey In "MR. DOBBS
OF CHICAGO." del2-35
Beginning Monday, December 19,
HENRY E. DIXEY
And His Big Opera Company In
Gilbert unit Sullivan's
Sale of reserved seats begins to-morrow at
A. M. delt-118
THE ALVIN THEATER.
To-nieht, Wed. and Sat. matinees.
In their grand spectacular play
Next week "The Fall of Atlanta."
GRAND OPEEA HOU3E-To-Night.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
n D 1 p Q Nigh ts, 15c. 25e. 50c. 75c
rniULO Matinees, 25c, 50c, reserved.
Next week DR. BILL. dell-104
HARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY-TO-NIGHT.
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
French Folly Burlesque Co.
I 1111 A MARVEL OF REALISTIC ART!
IiHNQ Non' on exhibition dallv at Edmund.
liniin son &Perrine's,G33SmIthuelastreet,
Proclaimed by the press and public to be
tbe most wonderful picture of the a;e. Ad
mission 25 cents. Hours 9 a. u. till 10 r. ir.
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PITTSBUKG AND WESTERN KAILWAlT
fcchcdule In effect May 15. 1S92 (Central time).
Depot cor. Audersou st. and Hirer av.. Allegheny.
Depart for Chicago. 2:00 p. m. Solid train with
Pnllman sleeping car. For Kane. Bradford, t7:I0
a.m. For Clarion. f7:10 a. ra.. tl:00p. m. For
Fotburjr. Tibia, m.. t2:00. t:P- m. For Buffalo,
Erie. MeaUTllle, t7:10 a. in. For Greenrllle.
Mercer, OroTO Utjr. t7:I0 a. m., t2:00 p. ra. For
Akron. Cleveland, TfilO.t.m.. '2:00 p. in. For New
Castle. 7:li a. m.. '2:00. tt:0S p. ra. For Butler,
Mao, 7:10. tttJOa.m.. 2:00. t3. 15:15 p. ra.
Trains arrive: From Kane. t9: p. m. : Clarion,
111:30 a. m.. 16:15 p. in.: Foxburr. 19:05. 111:33 a.
ra... t6:p. m.;ErIe. tJ:50p. m.: Greenville. Mer
cer, 111:3ua. m.. t3:50p. ra.: Akron. ll:S5 a. in..
t0: p-m.: New Castle. 19:03. U:55a. m., 6:
p. m.: Butler. 17:00, 19:05. tll:Wa. m.. 13:50. g.U
p. in.: from Chicago, '11:55 a. ra.
Dally. tExcept Sunday.
A LLEGUXNYVALLEY RAILWAY-TAKING
eflectJune S. Trains leave Union station
( Eastern standard time) : Corry Ac, sa.ni.; Brae
burn Ac, e:'iJ a. m.: Niagara Ex.. Uallr, 8:3a.
m.. arriving at Rutfalo. 6:45 p.m.; Dubois and
Wllllamsport, eailjr except bandar, 820 a.m.. ar
riving at llliamsport. 6:45 p.m.: Klttannlng
Ac. 9:05 a. in.; Valley Camp AC, 10:15
a. ra.: Braeburn Ac, 12:05 p. m.: Tltuj
vllleandDullols Ex.. 1:30 p. m.; Valley Camp
Ac.. 2:30 p, m.: Emlenton Ac. 3 45 p. in.: Klttan
nlng Ac, ftp. ra.: Braeburn Ac. 5:30 p. m. brae
burn Ac, C:ijp, m.; Hulton Ac. 7:50 p. tn.: nnf
falo night Ex., dallr, 8:50 p. in., arriving at Buf
falo 7i."u a. m. ; Valley Camp Ac. 8:30 p. m.. Val
ley Ump Ac. 11 130 p. m. Sunday church trains
Emlenton, 0:08 a. m,: Klttannlng. 11:40 p.m.:
UraebarK, 9:50p. tn. Pullman buffet parlor cars
on day trains and sleeping cars on night trains be
tween Pltuburg andnffala.
DAVID McCAHGO, JAS. P. ANDERSON,
G tn'l 3upu G eu'l Pass. AgtaU
, In Effect Jcxe u, isk.
Trains will leave XTnlon Station, PI ttsbars:
sf follows (Kas tern Standard Tlmel:
3IAIX LINE EA.STWA.KD.
Tennsylvanla Limited of Pullman Vestibule Cars
dally at 7:15a. tn.. arriving at Uarrisburgatltil
p. m.. Philadelphia 4:15 p. ra.. .ew York':!
p. m., Baltimore 4:40 p. m., Washington 55 p.m.
Kevstone Express daily at 1:20 a. m arrlvlnrat
Harrlsburg 8:3 a. m., Baltimore 11:15 a. it.
Washington 12: p. ra.. Phlladelpalalli23a-11
New York 2-00 p.m. "
Atlantic Express dallr at 3:30 a. m.. arriving at
Harrlsburg 10:30a. m., Philadelphia lS3n.ni.
New York 4:W p. in. p u"
Hirrisburg Accommodation dairy, exceptsundar
6:25 a. m.. arriving at Harrlsburg 2:50 p. m.
tay Express dallv at S:co a. m.. arriving at ITar
risburi 3:3) p. m.. Philadelphia 6:50 p. n New
Ycrksop. m Baltimore 0:45 p. m., Washing
ton 8:15 p. m. '
Mall train Sunday only. 5:40 a.m., arrives Harruw
burg 7:00 D. m., Philadelphia 10:55 n. m.
Mall Express dally 12:50 p. m.. arriving at Harris
burx 10:00 p. m.. connecting at Harrlsburg for
Philadelphia Express daily at 4:30 p. m.. arriving
. at Harrlsburg 1,00 a. m Philadelphia 4:25 a. m..
anaNenr York7:10a. m.
Eastern Express at 7:10 p. m. dally, arriving Har
rlsburg 2:10 a. m., Baltimore 6:20 a. m.. Wash
ington 7:3U a. m.. Philadelphia tnli a. m and
New York 7:4ua. m.
Fast Line, daily at 8:10 n. m., arriving at Harrls
burg 3:30 a. m Philadelphia 6:50 t. m., Neir
York9:30a.m.. Baltimore 6 SO a.m Washing
ton 7:30 a. ra.
All through trains connect at JersevClty wita
boats or "Brooklyn Annex" for Brooklyn. N.Y
avoiding double ferriage andjoarnev through Neir
Johnstown Accom.. except Sunday. 3:40 p. m :
tirceasburg Accora.. ll:30.p m..weekiais;I0:K
p. ra. simitars, (.reensburg Express 5:15 p. m.,
except Snuday. Derry Express 11:00 a. m., ex
W ail Accom.. 5:25. 6:09. 7:40. t& f-JX, 9:40. 10:3a,
IllCOn. m.. 12:15. 12:50. 1:20. 2i30. 3:40. 4.-JU, 4:50.
1:15, 6:00, 6:15, 7:25, 9:00, ll'iSO. 11:30 p. in.. 1::U
sight, except Monday, buniiar, -8:40, 10,30a. m.,
12:25. 12:50 2:3U. 4:30, 5:30. 7:2U. 9:30. 10:30 p. m.
nd 12:10 night.
Wllklnsburg Accom.. t :2S. f.-C0. S:1S. 6:45. 7:00,
":25, 7:40. S:ll. t:X. 8:5ft. :40, 10:30. 11:00, 11:101.
m.. 12:01. 12:15. 12:30, 1,'wP. 1:3 1:30. 2:00, 2:30
i:l. 2:40. 4: CO. 4:10, 4:25. 4:35. 4:50, SiOO. 5:15. 5:10,
t:4 COO. 6::0. 1:45. 7:25. bP. 9ri. 9:45, 10:20,
llrtX). Hi30 p. m. ncet-davs, and 12:10 night, ex
cept Monday, tnnd.tr. 5:30. 8:4a 10:30 a. m..
12:Z5. 12:50. 1:10. 2:30, 4:3U, 5: 70, 9:00. 9-3J,
30:3O p. m.. 12:10 r.lgh .
Uratldock Accom.. 5r25. 6:00. C:1S. 6:45. 7.00.7:25,
7'40, :0O, 81IO, 8:35, 8u0. 9:4a 10:3a 11:0a 11:13,
S. TO., 12:01, 12:15. 1C, 12:50. 1). 1:30. 2:00, 2:30,
1:16, 3:40, 4:00, 4lia 4:25, 4:30, 4:35. 4:5a :(, 5:1
t:3r. t:45. r-.CO. 6:20. C:45. !ffl. 8:2a 9:0A 9:45. 10:
31:00, 11:31 p. m. week-davs, and 12:10nlght. ex
cept Mnndav. Sunday. 5:30. 8:00, 8:4a 10:30 a.m..
12:25, 12:50, 1:3a 2:30. 4:3a 5:3a V-33. :oa 9:J0,
3C:30p. tn.. 12:10 night.
SOUTH WEST rENN JX At I. W A.X
forTJnlontoirn.5:25aud3:35a. m., 10 aui!4:Sp.
For Monougahela City. West Browns-villa ant
Unlontown. 10:40 a. m. For Monongahela Citv
and West Brownsville, 7:35 and 10:40 a. m.. an!
4:50 p. m. On Sunday. 8:55 a. m. and 1:01 p. ra.
For Monongahela City only, "'1)1 and 550 p. ra.
vreek-days. Dravosburg Accom.. 6:00 a.m. aud
lSOp.rn.weel: days. West Elizabeth Accom.
f :35 a.m.. 4:15, C:ju. and 11:35 p. m. Sunday.
1:40 p. m.
WiSl1 rENNSYLVANIA DIVISIOX.
FromFEDEEAL srEEET STATION, Allegheny
ForSprlngdale, week-davs. r:2a l:i 9:25. 10:411
llla. m.. 1:30. 2:25. 4:00. 5:00, 5:45, fl:ia 6:20,
1:10. 10:30 and 11:40 p. m. Sundays, 12:35 and 9:3 J
For Butler, week-days. 6Sa 6:45. 10:40 a. m.. 3:1S
and 6:10 p.m.
For Freeport, week-dav. C:M, f:4 J0:40a. ra..
3:15. 4:00. 5-0a 8:10. 10:30 and 31 HO p. m. Suu
darsl2i15and9:30p. m. ..
For Apollo, week-davs. 10:40 a. m. and 5:00 d. m.
ForPaultotvm-t BlalrsvIIIe. week-days. 8:55 a, m..
3:15and 10:30 p.m.
B-The Excelsior Baggage Express Company
will call for and check baggage from hotels anil
residences. Time cards and full Information ca
be obtained at the ticket offices No, 110 Fifth six
nne, corner Fourth ayenns and Try street aaj.
CHAS. PUGH. JR. WOOD
ueueral Manager. Gen'lPassTAgenl.
PlllouUUU AND LAKE Kit It. KAILKUAD
Company. Schedule In effectNov. 20, 1392, Cen
tral time. -P. &L. h. K. K.-lJKrAKT.-For Cleve
land. TiOO, 8:00 a. m.. -i:lu. 4:20. 'ip p. m. For
Chicago. "7:(0 a. m..2:10. 4:J0 p. m. For Cincinnati
andst. Louis, 2:10. '10:15 p. m. For Butlalo. "11:15 a.
m., 4:2a lo:25 p. in. tor Salamanca. '8:00a.m.
2:10. '10:25 p. m. For Youngstown aud New
Castle. 1:01, S:00. 11:14 a. m.. '2:10. 53-30, 4:2a
10:2op. m. For Beaver Falls. 5:35: 7:00. '8:00,
11:15 a. m.. 1:00. "-i:!". 3-M, 4:ai, 5:Ja '10:25 p. m.
or CharUers. S:30. 5:33. lirfWL 16:45, 7:.0. T-)
8:OC,9:10, 9:30. 101. '11:15. 111:45 a.m 1:0(1, Itlu,
3:3a 3:45. 4:25.5:10. 5:2a 8:0u, 10:30 p. m.
AKRIVE-From Cleveland. 6a.) a. m.. '12:30.
5:15. 7:45 p. m. From Cincinnati. Chicago and
St. Louis. '6:30 a. m.. '12:30. 7:45 p. m. From
DulT.iIo. S:30 a. in.. 12:3V, "5:15, 9:30 p. m. From
Salam.mca. ii:3a I0:0o a. m 7:45 p. m. From
Youngstown anil New aIe. "0:30; S7.25. '10:00
a. ic, '12:ai '5:15. 7:45. 9:3U p. m. From Beaver
FalU,5:20. '5:30, 7:25. '10:00 a. m.. '12:30. 2:05, "5:M,
5:15, '7:13. 9aj p. m.
1.. C Y. trains for Mansfleld and Eeechmont,
7:10 a. m., 10:30 a. m.. 3:45 p. m.
!'.,C & Y. trains from Mansfield and Beeclimout,
67. 9:50, 95 a. m. 1:05 p. m.
ir.. McK. X Y. H. !. Depabt For New Haven,
and West Newton. iaa. m., 'JiOOp. m.
Arrive-From ev Haven and West Newton,
":O0 a. ra.. '4:07 p. m.
iwa. iu. i.v p. 111.
tor McKeesport. Elizabeth. Monongahela City
d Belle Vernon, 6:4at9:15, 11:05 a.m..'4:0at5:.S
From Belle Vernon. Monongahela CIty.EIIzabeth
and McKeesDort,t5daI:4a tll:05 a.m.. 12:55. "jdi
Daily. T Sundays only, t To and from New
Castle only. tTo and from McKeesport only.
city AicKet Mince, itf aiiiiUiiield street.
From riuaour?n union Station.
Trains San by Central Tims.
ITortliwMtSjsleni Fort Wayne Route
DtrAJtT for Chicago, points intermediate and beyond:
lJ0a.m7J0 ajn., 20 p.m., 1.0O p.m., 8.45
p. m.. Ill JO p.m. Akhivb lrom same points : 1Z03
6 so p.m. "
DsrArr forTolcdo.pointsiaterniediate and beyond:
lrom same points: 1.15 a.m., '0.35 a.m t8.45p.m.
Dotaict for Cleveland, points intermediate and
beyond: ttUO a.m., 7J0 a.m., fl.30 pja.
ll.10p.in. fluniYB iiwui Mmc pgmis; -owa.m.,
fl-W p.m., '5.55 p.m., 160 p.m.
Dxtaxt for Martins Ferry, Bridgeport and Bellafre:
fG.10a.rn., 10 pjn t4.I0 p.m. Akxivs from sam
points: tSJjOam., 1ii5p.m.,foJ0p.m.
DarAKT lor New Castle, Erie, Youngstown, Ashta
bula, pouits intermediate and beyond: 17.20 a.m.,
tl'2.20 p.m. Arrive lrom same points: fl.25 p.m.,
Dxpast for New Castle, Jamestown, Youngstown
and Niles, f3.45 Pm. Arrive lrom same points:
Detakt hr onngstown, 1Z20 pjn. Aitxivs trosa
Youngstown, 'ti.-ti p.m.
Detaxt (or Columbus, Cindnnati, Indianapolis, St.
Louis, points intermediate and beyond : l.l0 a.nu,
8.30 a.m.. 8.45pjn,11.15pjn. Arrhte from same
Detaet for Columbus, Chicago, points intermedial!
and beyond: '1.10 a.m., fI2.06 p.m. Amvs trom
same points: J.20 a.m.,f3.05 p.m.
Daraarr for Washington, pi 15 a. m., 18 .35 a. nu,
from Washington, jrL55 a.m., 17i0 a.m., 1&50 a.m.,
DsrAKT for Wheeling, 80 a. m., -fl2 05 n'n.,
f2.45 p. nt., 16J0 p. m. Arrive from Wheeling.
(8.45 a. m f3 05p.m. 550p.m.
PuxxatAN St-EKriNG Cars ass PutxHAH Dnmo
Cars run through. East and West, on prmcrpal tram
ol both Systems.
Local Slrehkg Cars running to Colmnbna, On-
rinnaxL IndiananAlu. Cleveland. Toledo and Chicago
are ready for occupancy at Pittsburgh Union Station.
at 9 o'clock p.m.
Time Tabus of Through and Local AccOTiirmrm.
tion TnlES of either rystem, not mentiortdaboTe,ca
beobtsJsndat 110 Filth Avesee and UnktaEio,
rtttsessn. and at principal ticket otacc et ma
sylTasmLtnca West of Pittsburgh,
DaOy. tZx.8undar. XEz. Eatordar. ISx.
JOSEPH WOOD. E. A. rOBD,
ttatnl aauric. CeatrtI lasasftr iptk
BALTIMOKE AND OHIO KAILIiOAD
Schedule In effect Nov. 13. 1892. Eastern time.
r or asnington. v.
C, Baltimore. Phlla
delpbla aud New
York. s 00 a m and
65a 3 00 a ra. 11 19,
650, 30J, $330 am,
1110. $115, 505 and
165a "SOa SSSuam.
ilia t415 and 15 03
For Mt. Pleasant.
50 and ?3 00 am. :i ia Jiuanowospra,
For Washington. Pa.. 7 2) and 29 30 a m, 'lOa,
24 45. ? 30 p m.
For Wheeling. "7 20 and 29 30 a m. '4 00, "7 33,
For Cincinnati and St. Louis, 7 20 an, 1 30
For Colnmbns. tOam. VJOpm.
For Newark, 7 20 a in, 7 30 p in.
For Chicago. 7 20 a m and 7 30 p tn.
Trains arrive from New Y'ork. Philadelphia,
Baltimore and Washington. 'S 3) am. 340pm.
From Columbus, Cincinnati and Chicago. 8 50
m. s 45 d m. From Wheeling. i 50 and '10 43
a ra. II 15 and '3 45 p m.
Parlor and sleeping cars to Baltimore, Washing
ton, Cincinnati and Chicago.
Daily. JOallv except Sunday. SSnndaronly.
The Pittsburg Transfer ComDany will call for and
check baggage Trom hotels and residence-) npon
orders left at B. & O. ticket office, corner Fifth,
avenue and Wood street, and G39 Smlthfleld street,
J. T. ODEI.L. CHAS. O. SCULL.
G eneral Manager. Uen. Pass. 'Agent.
GEO. IT- STEVENSOX ft COH
Fine Groceries and Tabla Delicacies,' 1
Sixth aveni J .n".rA
r J tfV-HVV