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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, ERTDAT, NOVEMBER 25, -1892.
Guskj's Break the Record in GiviDg
Thanksgiving Turkeys to the Poor.
MANY BIG DINNERS GIVEN AWAY.
Two and a Half Hours Required to Ac
commodate the Crowds.
FIVE THOUSAND PEOPLE HADE HAPPY
It was a happy and expectant throne tbat
crowded Market street yesterday morning
In front of Gusty's clothing emporium.
Lone before the employes put in their ap
pearance to begin the day's usual business,
the sidewalk about the main entrance to the
store was blockaded, and passing pedestri
ans had to take the other side of the street
or wriggle thi ough the surging mass of hu
manity. It was a cold morning, but they
didn't mind that. Nor did they grumble
when the wind came around the corner and
threatened to blow many or the little tots
an ay; for the little children and burly men
were alike crowded together. The reason
or all this good nature was not hard to find;
for on one side of the store was a window
piled high with turkeys. Each one in that
happy throng apparently had a ticket care
fully stowed nwiy that at the proper time
would be produced, and one of these big
fat, plump fowls would be theirs.
Go sky's Thanksgiving Day.
It was Guky's Thanksgiving Day. That
meant a great deal to the poor of the two
cities. For j ears past it has been the cus
tom of this well-known film, that Is pre
sided over by Mrs. J. M. Gusky, and that
has won a high place in Pittsbuig commer
cial circles, to distribute to the cities' poor
hundreds of turkeys and trimmings for
Thanksgiving dinner. It has become an
established Dractice, and it is with pleasure
thej'look fomard to this as one of the hap
piest days in the whole year. Such munifi
cence as practiced by Giisky's is worthy of
high commendation. It brings pleasure to
many a Heart ana satlsiactton to many a
stomach that would so unsatisfied wore it
not lor the lew whoso liberally disttibute
this woild's goods with which they have
been so bountifully supplied.
Promptly at 8 o'clock the doors on the
south side of the mammoth establishment
wete thrown open and tho rush began. As
the hapuy people filed In their faces and
general uiatwiu were a study worthy the
tiained eye of ti.e closest student of nature.
Men, women and childien jostled each other
and pushed forward for a common purpose
the leceivingofa turkey. The represent
atives 01 every civilized nation on the face
of the earth w ero noticed, ana all stood side
by side and expected to receive the same
gut. People o! "all sorts, conditions races
and occupations could be seen crowding
through the doorway, turning to tbeleftand
lining up in front of the window, which was
piled high with the things that bring cheer
to a cold stomach and gladness to a sad
Distributing the Turkeys.
Within a few minutes the largo and ca
pacious aisle was filled to overflowing and a
halt had to be called. The door was closed
so as to relieve the pressuie and the work of
distribution begun. That the turkey holds
a warm place in the hearts of the people is
attested by the eagerness with which it was
sought yesterday. The lact that it was tree
also may have contributed to the general
eagerne-s of the lucky ones who held a
ticket winch entitled them to one of tne
buds that is enshrined in the hearts of the
American people, paiticularly on a holiday.
At such times the eagle may scream, but
w lien it comes to a matter of close counting
and a question of fine discriminatior of
w hat is tasteful and beautilul and that lends
joy to the sorrows of the whole world, the
easle is strictly not "in it" with the turkey.
Such was the case yesterday. Everyone
wanted a turkey. Tliey apparently didn't
care a snap for the rest of the world or what
might be going on at that particular mo
ment en other parts of this mundane sphere
and thpy.generalty succeeded. II they didn't
they either didnoth&vc a ticket or had ne
glected some other necessary qualification
and had themselves to blame. 1 ho manage
ment was perfect. Not a hitch occurred,
lively move of the experienced attendants
was ptoductiveof some good work and the
distribution of the gifts w ent on at a rapid
rate. It was a happy moment for many a
The Trimmings Went With It
First the ticket was presented, and the
size of tne family lor which the turkey was
intended w as whispered to the ticket re
ceiver, who called out to his right-hand
man, and he passed the good news on to the
next The fowl was selected and handed
to the happy applicant. A quart or two of
cranberries was next tossed into the basket
or aims of the lortunatc porson. Turning
to Hie right a patch of celery was en
couutere'd. Xo one was allowed to leave it
until the stockof the Aim had been dimin.
Ishedbynt least two bunches or when the
lamily w as unusually large. and a magnificent
tin Ley graced the recipient of favors the
i.ift was incicased to three bunches. The
ceremony was over. Tue effort had been
m-ide and the prize was won.
The next move was to get out of the store
and home. If a lecordof all the happy
tlioug, is, words of praUe and exclamations
of thanksgiving that escaped from
the lips ol the many who walked in
and then walked out of that store
yesterday, for the one who was so thougnt
ful ns to i eniember the less fortunate beings
o! this woild and who tried to make them
enjoy the good things of this life, they
would indeed be a worthy l ecord for any
one's, life. Anyone who watched the people
come and go could fully realize the memory
of that old maxim, It is more blessed to
cue than to receive.'"
JZ cry Applicant Got a Turkey.
The hour for the distnbution of the tur
keys had been set eatly, so as to allow
ample time for the pieparation ot the
Thanksgiving dinner. It took nearly two
houis to dispose of all the good things held
in readiness for the anxious people. They I
came m such numbers that when the first I
r7i.lv wVs exliiuVted rnanv r, ,,'
ppij was exuausteu many moie stood I
uting their turn. Tardiness is tho bane of I
tinn'initv. and there will alwavsba a io
stiaIeis, whether after the good or bad
things of this Hie. Some weie there who
had no ticket or had lelt them "lying on the
table at home." These were stood aside to
wait until tne lush was past if they seemed
to he in particular need. T.ieso did not all
iciraln, hut wended their way out or the
More after watching the people come and
go lor a few moments. When the first stock
had been distributed others were ordered
and no deserving person went away without
a Thanksgiving dinner. In all there were
TOO turkeys given awav, and Into
ra many homes of Pittsburg and
Allegheny were carried gladness and
joy. The custom has become one of the
jeaiuicsof the management or the Gusky
fii ra, this being the seventh time it has been
In distributing the turkeys, and asking
what -.izod family it was they served, some
surprisingly sized ones were found. There
were several numbering from 16 to 18 mem
bers each. Thee were given the heaviest
lowls. Fully 5,003 people were made happy
by yesterday's gifts, and each will have a
word ot praise for the donor. Someorthee
patrons have been regular callers atGusky's
on Thanksgiving, and an they resort at the
distributing window with each successive
year their laces have become familiar.
Nearly everyone asks for a larga turkey
each year, which gives evidence of a pros
perous growth. By the worthy practice of
giving annual gifts the poor as well as "the
rich are enablea to celebiate Thanksgiving
in true American style, and many a sad
heart is made glad.
Ask for our raisin brandy for mince pies.
There is no better, and only $1 for a lull
quart at Max Klein's.
Pianos, Pianos, Organs, Organs.
Mellor & Hoene, 77 Fifth Avenue.
Tho most durable and reliable. The
best for the money. Largest line of
instruments in the city. Easy pay
ments. Send lor circulars.
Order Now for Christmas.
Cabinet photos $1 50 per doz. Panel pict
nre freo with every doz. better grade. Guar
antee given with every order. Crayons
from $iS0up. Lare assortment of frames.
Lowest prices. Lies' Portrait Studio, 10 and
12 Sixth street.
Small In size, great In results; Do Witt's
Little Early Riser. Rest pill for constipation
best lor slcjc headache and sour stomach.
nttsbnrg & Lake Erie R. R.
Leave Pittsburg at 7:00 a. .Central time,
arrive in Cleveland atlO 35a. v., and Chicago
at 9:00 p. it. Leave Pittsburg at 11:15 A. K..
arrive in Buffalo at 7.30 r, x.
OIL WELLS SHUT DOWN.
Contractors and Drillers Go Homo for
Thanksgiving Drop of 500 Barrels in
McDonald's Production Work on the
New Pipe Lines Indiana Operations.
There was a general suspension of opera
tions yesterday throughout the oil fields.
It waa as quiet as on a Sunday. In the
Allegheny county fields many of the con
tractors and drillers live in Washington,
Butler and other outlying points, and in the
great majority of cases the drilling wells
were shut down Wednesday afternoon and
evening, and the men went to their
There were no reports of the pipe line runs
and shipments, -with the exception of the
W. L. Mellon lines. Their runs Wednesday
amounted to 6.1S0 barrels, and the deliveries
-were 6,652 barrels.
The production of the McDonald field was
reported to be 19,500 barrels, which is 500 less
than on Wednesday. Yesterday morning
the Woodland OH Company's No. S, on tho
Scott (arm, was mating &u Darreis an uour,
and the well of Knox Bros. & Co., on tho
Scott property, was flowing 45 barrels an
Tho Woodland Oil Company will com
mence to rig up this morning at its No. 3 on
the Scott. It will bo drilled by the Gormley
In the eastern McCurdy district operators
are awaiting developments at tho Forest
Oil Company's -well on the A. P. Clever
farm, which is located west of south
from their big one on tho D. IC Clever, and
ir it proves dry in the fifth sand they will
then expect the pool to go east and west,
and will watch Greenlee & Font's Aiken
farm well, which is located to the west.
Greenlee & Forst's well on the Woods
farm north or Gregg station is due in the
fifth sand to-day or to-morrow.
Undercliff TVells In the Sand.
At Undercliff Wittmer & Co. are in the top
of the 30-foot sand on the Gilner farm, and
Mercer and McClurg are In the same forma
tion on the Muller property.
Jennings & Co. may reach the third sand
to-morrow on the Herman farm, and Fatter
son & Sohn will be in the bottom of the 30
foot to-day on the Zucker farm. Their
Erhmemront is on top of the fourth sand.
Work on tlielfow Pipe lanes.
The United States Pipe Line Company
which is building a line from Xitusvllle
through the northern tier counties to a
point on the Hudson river, has taken ad
vantage of the lato dry weather, and have
laid the line across all of the large streams
while they were at the low water mark.
They will thus avoid any difficulties which
they would no doubt have encountered nad
they attempted to cross the streams during
the winter or spring. Much of the pipe has
been strung along the proposed route, and
by the time the stations are completed
they expect to have the pipe connected.
This, they say, will be in March or the early
part of April.
The Producer" and Refiners' line which
will connect the United States line and the
Titusvllle refineries with the lower fields
is almost completed. Less than hair a dozen
miles of pipe are yet to be laid.
Increased Activity In Indiana.
The Indiana fields are attracting a great
deal oi attention just now, and many of the
Pennsylvania operators have been visiting
the Hoosler pools recently. They claim It is
cheaper drilling in that territory, and that
the wells which are producers hold up much
better than they do in this State. The most
extensive operations ate in Jay and Wells
counties, with a small amount in Adams
county. The present production of these is
about 6,000 barrels, half of which is in Jay
county, 1,500 in Wells and the balance in
IF yon -want to know about realty for sale
read THE DISPATCH adlets.
AN AEIST0CEATIC WEDDING.
The Brazilian Minister's Daughter Married
to a Chicago Gentleman.
WASHI50TO3T, Nov. 24. Special The most
aristocratic and exclusive wedding of the
season was celebrated this evening at the
residence of the Brazilian .Minister. Senor
Salvador de Mendonca, when his daughter,
Amelia de Mendonca, was married to Archi
bald HcKean, of Chicago. The honse of the
Legation was beautifully decorated with
flowers and with the rare works of art which
the Minister looks upon as his most precious
possessions. The company was In keeping
with the taste of the father or the bride, and
instead of the fashionable mob which might
nave been expected, there was but a small
company of the most select of the art and
literary circles ofthe capital.
Bemembering the standing ofthe Minister
in sooiety and the customs usual in diplo
matic swelldom, it was one of the most re
markable -weddings that have ever occuried
In the city.
In Olden Times
People overlooked the importance of per
manently beneficial effects and nero satis
fied with transient action, but now that it is
generally known that Syrup of Figs -will
permanently euro habitual constipation,
well-informed people will not buy other
laxatives, which act for a time, but finally
injure the system.
MEETINGS AND NOTICES.
VTOTICE-MEMBERS OF THE SEVERAL PA
1 TRIOTIU orders and others Interested are In
vited to attend an immigration meeting to be given
by Nelson P. Reed Council. No. 883, Jr. O. U. A.
M.. in Bible Hall. No. 60 Arch St., Allegheny, THIS
EVENING at 7:43 o'clock. Hon. Win. A. Stone
and other able speakers will address the meeting.
DISSOLUTION' NOTICE-NOTICE IS HEREBY
given that til" partnership latelv subsisting be
tween H. A. Ebernardt and XV. s.'Frye under the
firm name of H. A. Ebernardt ft Co , was mutual
ly dissolved this 9TII DAY OF NOVEMBER, A.D.
1S32. II. A Ebcrhardt continuing In the business as
heretofore. All debts owing to the said pirtnershlp
are to he lecelved by said H. A. Eberhardt and all
demands on the 6ald partnership are to be present
ed to him for payment,
tblgnedj H. A. EBERHARDT,
W. S. FRYE.
Orrici; ot monoxgahela In-scbaxce Co..
eo ruuKiu jncsuE,
PlTTSBUBG. Pa., Nov. 22. 1892.
T?LECTION THE ANNUAL ELECTION OF
Jj fifteen directors to serve fur the ensuing year
will be held at this office on TUESDAY. December
6. 1892. between the honrsori2 jt. andl r jk
JOHN 11 claxfv en-eur
" ' "' LlAA- secretary.
ESTATE OF WILLIAM L. ANDERSON, DE
ChASED Notice Is hereby given that letters
testamentary on the estate of W illlam L. Anneon
have been granted to the undersigned, to whom all
liersons Indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment, and those havlugclalms
against the same should make them known without
delay. J. (j. EBBERT,
213 Ohio street, Allegheny.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT LETTERS
testamentary on the estate of Isabella Mc
Clelland, deceased. late of Pittsburg. Allegheny
county. Pennsylvania, have been granted to the
undersigned, to whom all liersnns indebted to said
estate are reanested to make Immediate mrmfnt
and those having claims against the same will make
them known without delay.
W. J. MCCRACKEN. lv-..,nr,
H. J. MCCRACKEN, Executors.
6JI Liberty st.
JOSLAH ConEN 4 CO., Attorneys,
85 Diamond st,
ESTATE OF ADOLPH ABRAMS. DECEASED
Execntor's Notice-Notice Is hereby given
that letters testamentary on the estate of Adolph
Abrains. late or the city or Pittsburg. In the coun
ty or Allegheny and State or Pennsylvania, de
ceased, have been granted to the uuderslgned, to
whom all persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment, and those
having claims or demands against the same will
make them knoirn without delav to
JOSEPH FINK, Executor,
No. 912 Liberty ave.. Pittsburg. Pa.
1 PERSONAL -treatment.
Mrs Dr. McGranor's imperial
350 Wjlle av.
PLlfeOSAL-Creiht. yes, crertlt,
goods, silks, satins, wraps,cto.
on fine dress
WrjtTm ... nt.l. IlWVPr'S
Room 4. McCance block, 701 smlthfleld.
PERSONAL-Vlslt Mrs. Elliott's hair dressing
and manicure parlors; superfluous balr re
moved by electric needle. 612 Penn av.
PERSONAL-ProL Geo. Markley. practical
phrenologist, graduate of the American Insti
tute or Phrenology; office hours. 4 to 9 P. M.( ex
amlnatlous, il. 8 Seneca st.. city.
PERbONAl Hair, inoies, etc. on ladies" races
permanently destroyed by the electric needle
without pain or scar; consultation free. MUs
itrcng. office 903 Penn av.. Dickson building.
IjLRsONAL Ladles wishing to take -furko Face
Baths or face massage for removing blemishes
and Improving the complexion will please visit my
parlorsatWB Penn av.. 1'lttsburg. MUs Sherwood.
PERSONAL Occult science demonstrated; Dr.
Jenkins Griffith's Ta-ra-zon bpcclHc Reme
dies never fall; thousands pronounced Incurable
restored to robust health: people Innumerable In
dorse them. Pharmacy, Third and Grant, Pitts
burg. PERSON AL Young married lady wonld like any
niaxiberof young wives to know that she has
a most excellent recipe for the promotion of peace
and happiness in the home circle: send your hus
band's clothes to Dickson, the tailor, who will
clean, prrss and repair them at a most moderate
cost. For proor see Dickson, the Tailor, 65 Fifth
ar., second floor. Telephone IMS,
B3Classifiedreal estate advertisements on this
foge ten cents perline for each insertion, and
none takenor less than twenty cents.
UNTIL FUItTHEK NOTICE
ADVERTISEMENTS ON THIS PAGE
Classified under the following headings will be ac
cepted at the rale of
ONE CENT PER WORD
FOR EACH INSERTION when paid for In ad
vance either at main or branch offlcei.
Wanted Advertiscmentx of All JGnds,
MALE HELP, BOAKDINf),
rEMALE HELP, BOARDEllSi
r EKSOXAX.S. TO LET BOOMS,
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALES,
LOST AND FOUND.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH.
Cor. Smlthfleld and Diamond Streets.
HKANCH OFFICES AS FOLLOWS. WIIERE
WANTS. FOP. 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 Thk Dispatch.
FOR ALLEGHENY, HO. 107 FEDERAL ST.,
FOR THE SOUTHSIU. "S CARSON ST.,
TELEPHONE NO. 6K2.
FOR THE EAST END, J.W.'WAlAvr 6121
THOMAS MCCAFFREY. 3509 Butler st.
EM1L G. STUCK EY. 24th street anrt Penn avenye.
F. H. EGGERS&SON, Ohio and Chestnut sU.
THOMAS McHENRY. Western and Irwin avs.
BAKER Bread and cake baker at 73 Marlon St.,
BLACKSMITH for bottle factory.
J., Dispatch office.
Address E. J.
BOY About 16, bright and good at figures, hav
ing! some experience in office preferred: a good
chance for an Intelligent boy.
Address Blair, DIs-
BOOKKEEPER An experienced bookkeeper
and all round business man to take charge of
a set of corporation books outside of the city: good
opening; references required. Address Lock Box
BOOKKEEPER-Must be accurate, rapid and
attentive to business: good reference required:
resident of East End preferred. Address In own
handwriting C, Dispatch office. East End.
lAN VAhbEKS Vew
gooa men: good
J Wheeler 4 Wilson Mfg. Co.. 6 blxtl
MANVASSER:! for our 75e water filter; blgcora-
(lARI'ENTERS-Good carpenters at once. U. K.
J Beam. Howe St., corner College av.. East End.
LABORERS 200 colored and white railroad labor
ers : fare advanced. 610 Grant st.
MAN Immediately, a man with push and il.SOO
cish to take charge or office and men selling
special goods; S150 per month, with ample security
for money. Address J.M., Dispatch office.
MEN Active workers for "Shepp's Photo
graphs ofthe World," costing flOO.000: holi
day bonanza: agents wild with snecess: Mr. Edw.
T. Henry. Bowertown, Ta., cleared S190 In one
week; .Miss Jennie A. Clark. Sallda, Colo . $39 the
first day; outfit $1.00; terms free. Address Globe
Bible Publishing Co., 72J Chestnut St., Phllaaa.,
I'a., or 353 Dearborn St., Chicago. III.
MILK SHIPPER wanted: will pay good market
price. Address H. M.. Dispatch office.
MILL WRIGHT Must be a competent mechanic
and experienced manager: state age. refer
ence and wages expected. Address Manufacturer.
PACKER-First-class bottle packer.
C. E. Heerleln. larentum. Pa.
p EPRESENTATIVE-One in each town in W.
XV Pa. to solicit parties desiring to secure In ad
vance their rooms with or without board during
the World's Fair; bank refcrenca required.
World's Fair Hotel Providing Co., 1232 Pennav.,
C ALESMEN To sell Wleeand's frame hanger for
.ajir..n lu sen it ic-sauu-s lraine nangerior
tures, crayons, mirrors, signs, etc. ; no plo
ings perfectly without It. wiegand Frame
r Co., 1232 Penn av.
STENOGRAPHER and typewriter: young man;
state age, experience, reference and salary ex
pected. Address S. C. C, Dispatch office.
WANTED Boy. 14 tu 16 years old; steady em
ployment. B. E. Arons, Jeweler, 65 Fifth
WATCHMAKER A good watchmaker who also
understands engraving. Apply at Kauf
AGENTS Salarv or commission to agents to han
dle the Patent Chemical Ink Erasing Pencil!
the most useful and noTel Invention of the afire:
erases Ink thoroughlv In two seconds: works like
magic; 200 to 500 per cent profit; agents making
$50 per week: we also want a general agent to take
charge of territory ana appoint sub agents: a rare
cnance to make money, vt mc tor terms ana sain
Eie oi erasing,
Monroe Eraser Mfg. Co., X 10, La
AGENTS to make $5 to 10 per day selling our
carriage and 61elgh stores; no one who drives
lu cold weather should he without one if they
value their health; send $2 for sample and fuel.
Specialty Co., 43) Sralthtleld street.
AGENTS S3 to f7 dally: experience unnecessary
Putnam ft Co., Perfumers, West Wlnsted, Ct.
BOOK AGENTS To canvass manufacturers,
wholesale and retail merchants, banks, etc.:
50 per cent commission on every (10 order. Ad
dress Directory Publishers, 150 Fifth av,, New
Female Help Wanted.
DISn WASHERS, cooks: housework places free
waiting. Exchange, 910 Penn av.
GIRL Experienced girl for chamberwork and
waiting. (216 Penn av.
LADY Wanted to take the agencv In Pittsburg
of a Philadelphia publishing house: hlgh.cost
works only. Address, giving qualifications In
full, 11. L. Everett, 227 South Sixth St., Philadel
phia. LADY CASHIER In wholesale house: one who
lias had some experience as a stenographer
aud typewriter: must hae ery best reicrences.
-Apply to C33 Liberty St.
LADIES or vocng men to lake light, pleasant
work at their own homes fl to S3 per day can
he quietly made: work sent by mall: no canvass
ing. For particulars address Globe Mfg. Co., Box
5331. Boston, Mass. Established 1830.
TX7 ANTED Youne ladv in photo stnrtlo. as
V saleslady and bookkeeper; one who has ex
perience preferred: state and
Photo, Dispatch office.
Male and Female Help 'Wanted.
HOUSEKEEPER. ladles' maid, nnrses. seam
stresses: laundresses, family cook, (4 to 16:
chamber maids, dining room girls, house girls,
cooks lor Testaurants aud boarding houses, hotel
chamber maid-, kitchen and laundry girls, night
cook, male and female cooks for country, colored
help, butlers, drivers, teamsters larm hands,
white and colored waiters. Miss Dolan, successor
toMrs. Ihompson, COS U rant st,
WANTED At once Man cool, dish washers,
dining room girls, chambermaids, pantrr
girls, hotel cooke, lamily cooks, chambermaids,
nurse, house girls, working housekeeper: alt first
class help report here; large numbers are cmploj cd
dally. Median's Agency, 545 Grant st.
T'vRA WINGS or tracing to do at homo h;
XJ enccd mechanical draughtsman,
O. O., Dispatch office.
POSITION-Artlst-Flrst-class and rapid crayon
worker desires permanent situation, or will
work up prints at reasonable rates; all work made
by hand and guaranteed. Address T. A. btauler.
Artist, Tyrone, Pa.
POSITION for a first-class accountant expe
rienced In all classes of accounting. Apply to
R. J. Buchanan Mercantile Bureau, 510 Times
POSITION As hotel housekeeper In first-class
hotel: best of reference given. Address Mrs.
Basting's Employment Office, Pittsburg, Fa.
"POSITION as oce clerk or night watchman: A 1
J city references.
jLQdress i. w
, 11.. Dispatch
SITUATION By an experienced and competent
bookkeeper, permanent situation: good refer
ences. 'Address Bookkeeper. Dispatch office.
STENOGRAPHER and typewriter-Young lady,
thoroughly tru-tworthv and experienced, will
ing to make herself generally useful in office busi
ness: a good position more of a consideration tnau
salary. Address Elizabeth. Dispatch office.
"7 ANTED-By a man of 15 years' experience,
IT upholstering, repairing, reflnlshiug, also
drapery work at your residence; reference given.
Address R. It., Dispatch office.
WAN1ED Situation as gardener or florist:
Scotchman: single: well up In greenhouse
work. Address Florist, Dispatch office, E, E,
VANTED-SltuatIon as Janitor or any kind of
l V Inside work; good references given. Address
J. K. I., Dispatch office.
TXJORK to do at home. Address H.W., Dispatch
Boarders and Lodgers Wanted.
) ARK WAY, 109, Allegheny Roomers and table
ROOMERS and boarding; all modern conve
. nlenccs: finest location in Oakland. 3516
Fifth av., IK squares west of Oakland power
TTTANTED-Byman. wife and baby, room and
TV board: private family or part of furnished
house in or near city; state terms. Address Joseph,
Business Opportunities WanteC.
TXT" ANTED Business opportunity I have a
TV party with fl.OCO who desires to buy an es
tablished business or an interest Id a business! It
must be good and making money and stand the
closest irontlnff! If vou have someihlnr rnnd nm
I In and sea tne. Joan D. Banks, M Fourth art
Hotels, Dining and Lunch Booms.
COZIEST dining, Innch and Ice cream rooms In
the city, Kevan's. 908 Penn av. Business
men's dlnner.4' lioterladles' noon lunch. en'carte.
HOTEL ROLL, 49 Eleventh it., near Union
depot; clean, quiet1 dining room: meals, 25c;
beds, 25, 60 and 75c; the bar contains the best.
HOTEL FEDERAL. 171 Federal, Allegheny;
II 50. 12 day; special rates when permanent.
WANTED-Lodgers, Anchor Hotel. Liberty,
comer Fourth; lodging per night, 25c, 35c
SOc; week, fl 25, fl 75. 12. (J.
BENSWANGER& ZAHN-Flre Insurance. 60
J II. CHAMBERS & CO., 108 Fourth av., make a
. specialty of placing loans on mortgage.
JOHN K. 'EWING & CO.. 107 Federal St.,
quick loans: money ready.
MONEY to loan on mortgages: can match any
sum desired; no delay. Piper & Clark, 131
MONEY at 5 per cent: we have $50,000 to loan.
300 up. J. C. A lies A Co., 164 Fourth av.
MORTGAGES on city or Allegheny county
property at lowest rates. Henry A. Weaver,
& Co.. 92 Fourth av.
TO LOAN 1200,000 on mortgages: $100 and up
ward at 6 per cent; 1500,000 at X per cent on
residence or business property, vacant lota or
farms. S. H. French. 125 Fourth av.
WAN TED -Mortgages on improved clly or Alle
gheny dry property. McCune & Coulter, 93
ufil ( OOO to loan at 6 per cent Interest; amounts
jD1U, to 6ult. A. Z. Byers & Co., No. 93 Fed-
A JIcCABK crayon portrait for Christmas pres
ents. 297 Filth av.
I?LF.CTRICJlfg. and SupplyCo.,S10Bissell block.
j Pgh.. 64 Federal, Allegh'y: incandescent and
electrical repairing a specialty;
EVERYBODY to know that Wylana sells the
celebrated Tanger brand of oysters: SOc quart,
f 1 per ga.lon. Allegheny market, stand 72.
MARRY me. John, and bny line furniture nelow
cost at Movie's, 165 Lacock st, Allegheny,
PAINTING and plate glass glazing. R. C. Miller,
520 Grant St.. Pittsburg.
PURCHASER for new high-arm Singer, for sale
at half price; sewing machines from $5 up, at
Sewing Machine Exchange, 17 Diamond St., Pitts
burg; SEWING machines repaired, sold, exchanged,
and satisfaction guaranteed for little money,
at dewing Machine Exchange, 17 Diamond st.,
'I'KUNKS hauled toandtromtbe East End for
JL ofty cents. Campbell & Davis, No. lS&eventh
av. Telephone 276.
TTSL Jones' liedbur Paralvzer Jones' Mae
U Roach Powder; roaches banished by contract
satisfaction given or no pay. 222 Federal
gueny. bold by all first-class druggists.
W'AN'IED All business men to know that the
Office specialty Co., 105 Third av., keep In
Mock the latest and best office furniture, filing
cabinets and labor-saving office specialties; work to
order and metallic vault fixtures are among their
WANTED To rent house: will board owner's
family In exchange for rent of house or will
take charge of house during pwner's absence. Ad
dress J. 11. II., 96 Diamond st., city.
WANTED-Buycrsorpnre white lard: take no
lard without our name on the blue can. Rea
ft Co., Pork Packers, 240to24S Second av.
Trr ANTED Buyers to know they can et fresh
1 T killed hogs from our chill rooms' dally. Rea
ft Co., Pork Packers, 240 to 248 Second av.
WANTED-Bu ers for spare rlhs. hearts, kid
neys, heads, feet, etc. Rea & Co., Fork
Packers, 240 to 243 Second av.
WANTED Partr to rent cigar stand, show
case, counter and shelving; call Friday. H.
C. Koerner. 53 Diamond St.
WANTED-Buyers of lard to know that Rea ft
Co.'s pure white lard Is absotntely pure.
"VVTHbuy for spot casn stores of all
if goods, boots and shoes, etc.
Gaston, 439 Grant St., Pittsbnrg.
WOOD and photo engraving; half tones; electro-
typing. Bragdon. 78 Fourth aye.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses, Vehicles, Live Stock For Sale.
DOCTOR'S BUGGY-Cost 350: will be sold at
the auction sale of furniture, etc., at 266 West
ern av., Allegheny, Friday morning of thl6 week.
Jas. Wr. Drape ft Co., Anctloneers.
HORSES -One thorongh-bred black pacing mare,
barouche and harness: one gray mare; doctor's
buggy and harness: wilt sell cheap: good saddlers;
owner has no use for them. Apply James War
burton. Hattlelast.. bet. Forty-seventh and Forty
eighth sis., beventeenlhward.
HORSE, harness and light covered wagon: rig
almost new; will sell cheap, 132 Forbes ar.
TjONH.S-Twenty(20ead of fine Shetland ponies
L for children: 10 head of DOnr colts, also a few
very neat pony outfits; these make very suitable
Christmas presents: bargains during next 30 days.
w. V. Sampson, luungsiown, u-
Rubber Stamps and Stencils Fpr Sale.
CI ET your rubber stamps, steel stamps, stencils.
7 seal presses, brass checks, etc. from Sheaffer
ft Co.. 49 Filth av.. Duff's College ualldlng.
O teal presses, rubber stamps, etc.
v. A. jiuntinc 20 HTh
ar.. cor. Market.
Machinery and' Metals For Sale.
BOILERS and engines, second hand: all sizes
from 4 to 120 h. p. : chiapcstln the market: 61
boilers and engines In stock, stationary and porta
ble, upright boilers, mounted larm engines, steam
pumps, governor, pulleys aud shafting. Tel. 3-101.
23-25 Park way. J. S. Young, Allegheny, Pa.
BRYANT and Acme automatic engines and boil
ers, hot water and steam healing exhaust fans
and ventilating fly fans, water and electric motors,
dynamos and electric lighting: general machinists,
engineers and contractors; stationary engines and
boilers. Tompkins A Ulrlch, 316 Liberty st., Pitts
ENGINES anil boilers or every description: brick
yard supplies: contractors' and rolllngmi lima
chlnery. Thomas Carlln's Sons, Lacock and San
dusky sts Allegheny.
register. Address Bctlrlng,
SISWING MACHINES-Consnlt your pockctbo3k
and buy a sewing machine at the Sewing Ma
chine Exchange, 17 Diamond St., Pittsburg.
Dogs for Sale.
DOGS Two very fine coon dogs and one beagle
hound: well broke for rabbits. Address Box
2S5. Urownsi llle. Pa.
Miscellaneous For Sale.
BILLIARD TABLE-At the auction sale of furni
ture and carpets at 2e6 Western av., Alle
gheny, Friday morning of this week. Jas. V.
Drape A Co., Auctioneers.
?OK SALEPool tables at 2727 Penn av.
'AFES Second-hand lunch counter stools, desk,
5 shelving. 81 Diamond st. ,
SCREWS One dozen 12-ln. Jack-screws; lathe
made. Inquire 333 Atwood st.
Cheap Stoves all kinds, new and
ind. 30 Favette st.. one door from
laiaruers si.. Aiiegncny.
Business Opportunities For Sale.
BARBER SHOP Two chairs; great bargain If
sold at once. Apply 17 Shlloh street, Mt.
BILLIARD ro-rni and pool room: will sell at
sacrifice: other business to attend to. Corner
Eleventh and Carson sts., S.S.
"pvEUG STOKE Would suit party with small
XJ capital: an excellent chance ror a physician.
Address X. 4. Dlspatcn office.
DRUGSTORE for sale In a rapidly growing K. R.
town: no opposition; great chance. SaloL
IT'OR SALE Bakery and
. Main St.. Balem. O.
restaurant. M East
INTEREST-In a steam laundry: to a practical
man who understands the business here Is a
good opening. M. F. Hippie & Co., 96 Fourth av.
L buckle, new and pretty.
iddress C. A. Mlne-
nari, tajuorma. ira.
POOLROOM, on easy payments: good location;
84 Diamond st.
T) ESTAUUAKT One of the best In the cltr;
IX feeds 600 people dally; confectionery and cater
lngbuslness:a rare chance for the right party;
drvgoods stores, shoe stores, cigar stores, bakeries,
hotels, Perclva 1 & Oaston, 4J9 Grant st.
ROUTE-Old established morning newspaper
. route la Allegheny. Call at 174 Adams St.,
SALOON One of the best and finest saloons in
Wheeling. In best locality In the rity, on easy
terms. Address L. V. In care of James Dickey,
P. O., Wheeling. W. Va.
SALOON-Cheap-In rear of Hotel McConvllle,
corner of Market and Court sts., SteubenvlUc,
Q 300 Bairinterut in a nice business: large
T)Z profits; will exchange ror real estate,
iolmes i. Co., 420 Smlthfleld st.
Business Properties For Sale.
CARSON, near Fifteenth street-An excellent
business house, being a 3-storv brick bnlldlug
of S rooms and large store room, entirely new plate
glass front, both gases, bath room, splendid urge
cellar, sewerage complete: lot 18x07 or more. For
particulars call on or address John T. Ferguson &
Co., 1412 Carson st. Telephone 0022.
P OR SALE Penn, near Water st.. very cheap, a
large building (suitable for manufacturing or
storage) with leasehold ( at a low rental): price low,
as owner has moved from the city. (90). V. A.
Herron Sons. 80 4th av.
'OR SALE A fine plant forllghlmannfacturlng,
verrcheaD. conslstlnraf larsre2-stv bultdlnr.
boiler, engine, shafting. (Ids track; very centrally
located in Allegheny
'Bee W. A. Herron t bona,
V IIU OTt
FOR SALE LOTS.
LOTS 'on Bluft and VIckroy stj., near college.
Robert Coward. Bluff st.
East End Lots For Sale.
FOR SALE-Schcnley Park lots 50x150. greater
frontage if desired. Woodland avenne. -between
Forbes avenue and Schenley Tark: asphal
tum pavement; street railroad; cheap- easy terms.
Frank F. Nicola. 5100 Forbes or 20 Fifth avenue.
Suburban Lots For Sale.
51 -2 ACRES of land near the cltr at a great bar
gain; small dwelling on the property. Jas. W.
Drape & Co.. 313 Wood St., Pittsburg.
Farms For Sale.
A NICE FARM of about 60 acres near the city, 15
minutes' walk from railroad station, rood
dwelling, large barn, fine orchard, plenty of water,
eir.. etc. Jas. W. Drape A Co., 313 Wood St.,
Coal Lands For Sale,
CtOAL lands for sale 2, OX) acres of coal near rail
i road at a bargain. J. H. Chambers & Co.. 108
FOB SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE
T70R BALK $2.000 Neat house of 5 rooms,
jl gooa oraer. on center av. ; street paved
desirable residence location. (108. See
Herron & Sons, No. 80 Fourth av.
(SO 700 Erin St.. new5-room brick dwelling.
5)Zii hall, vestibule, good cellar, gas and water;
nice lot. J. C Alles Sc Co.. 164 4th ar. Tel. 167.
East End Residences For Sale.
A HOME the best Christmas gift; I have a few
lots on line of cable cars on which I wilt build
yon a nouse to suit, or win sell you a House already
built on easy rayments: now Is your chance; call
and talk It over. A. Bauck. 411 Grant st.
ELYSIAN AV., E. E. New6-rooinlrame house,
bathroom and w. c. botn gases, good stable
and carriage house; Iot36xll0.
J09. M. McMahon
oc uro., 77 4tnav.
O NICE BRICK DWELLINGS in the East End
ij org rooms eacn, nam ana lavatory, natural
aras. furnace, drv cellar.
perfect sewerage; good
lots; fine location, near cable cars:
IVUi J1UG lUWMIUII, UH1 b4Uli: ;ia, JIIC Ulll J fd,OVI
each: good place for Investment. Jas. W. Drape ft
Co., 313Woodst., Pittsbuig.
"I C OOO Shadyside. Elegant new brick dwcll
kDIOi lug: library on first floor, parlor finished
in white and gold, handsome fireplaces, billiard
room, two bath rooms, flue oak stalrwav: first
class In every respect: lot 50x130 feet. C. R. Fun
deuberg ft Co.. 77 Fourth ar.
Allegheny Residences For Sale.
SHERMAN AV., No. 51. Allegheny The well
built, every convenience brick house. 9 rooms,
and rear frame honse of 4 rooms, on lot 20x110 feet;
a bargain to quick purchaser. Fidelity Title ft
Trust Co., 121 ana 123 Fourth av.
CPQri OOO for North avenne-residence: a fine
tJOiLN 3-storv pressed brick residence, well
finished and with all conveniences. See Black ft
Baird, 95 Fourth av.
Suburban Residences For Sale.
OR exchange fine residence property In Sharps
burg, near depot; suitable for fashionable
boarding house, hotel or public Institution, A.
Bauck, 441 Grant st.
I70R SALE Chicago propertv; good lnvest
. ment: very small expense: can be fixed up to
accommodate visitors to tt ond's Fair; street cars
run from near the door to the Fair grounds; terms
reasonable. ddress J. Steventon, 250 Summitt
av.. Youngstown. O.
rpo LET Beautiful new brick houses of 6 rooms
X all lstcst conveniences, worthy an examina
tion, on Bedford av., near Fulton St.; location
desirable and very central. See W. A. Herron ft
Sons, 80 Fourth av.
Hazelwood Residences To Let,
TO LET Fine brick houses, 6 rooms, hall vesti
bule, finished atttc, range, hot and cold water,
bathroom and front porch; 2 minutes from cars
and depot: rent 323 month. P. J. Edwards ft Co.,
1854 Second av., Hazelwood.
Allegheny Residences To Let.
TO LET John K. Ewlngft CO., 107 Federal St.,
headquarters for Allegheny houses; free list.
Rooms To Let.
No. 10 First or second story front
from Court House,
DINWIDDIE ST.. 212-Furnlshed front room;
use of bath; both gases.
y YLIE AV., 141 Booms lor 4 or 6 young men.
Z sec-additional adieu under Wanted Boarders
Business Stands To Let.
TO LET Boom, with or without power: also,
storage room, dry kiln, capacity 30, 000 ft. ; will
lease kiln or dry lumber by contract. Head Bolt
orks. Grapt and Boquetsts., Allegheny. Apply
on premises or to H. A. Spangler, llilrd National
rpo LET Pleasure resort at Erie; hotel at Tracy's
X Point on Erie Bay, two miles west of city: 67
bed rooms, dance hall. Ice house, etc. ; aU new and
first-class, w. S. Brown, Erie, Pa.
f"0 LET bpace with power: every convenience;
JL corner Penn av. and Third st. Nicola Bros.,
20 Filth av.
Offices, Desk Room, Etc., To Let.
TO LET in the Ferguson block. Third and
Fourth avs.. a few choice offices: dav and
night elevator, electric clocks and Janitor services
lrec: rent low. BlacK & Balrd. N . 05 Fourth av
rpo LET In the Hamilton building, 91-93 Fifth
A av., choice offices, with all conveniences; rent
low. Black & Balnl. A o. 95 Fourth ar.
rarms To Let.
TO LET Finely located farm of 150 acres: adjoins
the flourishing town of Manor stitlon. West
moreland county, on Pennsylvania Central Rall-
roau, ;$ miie to station ana aoout .u to tne city;
unsurpassed as a "dairy" or "stock" location;
75,000 to 100,000 people within a radius of ten miles.
C. L. McCutcheon, 102 Fourth ar.
Miscellaneous To Lets.
TO LET Tou can buy a good second-band sew
ing machine cheaper th.in vou cin rent. Try
Sewing Macldnc Exchange, 17 Diamond St., Pitts
burg. rpo LKT Third floor. Masonic Bank: building:
JL rooms suitable ror artist, draughtsman, archl
tect or light manufacturing.
I?OUND The cheapest place to get furniture
? moving or any hauling done Is at 304 Lacock
st., Allegheny; phone, 193J. Joseph White.
I70UND The only reliable lrec hand portrait
artists In crayon and water colors: finest
grades onli; all work done In windows in presence
ofthe public; order now and pay for Christmas:
stores open uutil 9 r. ji. : satisfaction guaranteed
or no charge. Jos. P. Cowan. Prop. Union Ar
tists' Portrait Co.. first floors 703 Liberty St.. C07
Wood St.: Branch tfi Ohio St.; we employ no
agents. Telephone 2172.
JL will be received at the oflioeorv. Do
Beaumont, Architect, No. 18 Coal Exchange,
corner Smlthfleld and Water streets, Pitts
burg. Pa., until 2 p. M. DECEMBER 15 1892.
for all labor and materials required in the
erection of a hotel building, Homestead, Pa.,
for Mr. Alex Hutcheson.
COAL WORKS OF GDMBEET & HOEY.
On SATURDAY, November 2C, 1892, at 11
o'clock a. it., at Court House rotunda, Pitts
buig. These works Include about 200 acres of
foal, with about the same amount of coal,
without other access to umiket. aud em
brace a fully equipped coal works in first
class oider, with miners' dwellings. Sevan
large double, 3 small double, and 4 single (24)
dwellings: also the large dwelling of wm.
Huey. A large stone building, a large barn
and large stable, n pump boat, a line boat,
pit cars, 12 mules, boiler, ongine, tools, etc.,
with also a right of river frontage and first
rate harborage of about 1J miles.
Situated on tho Monougr.hela river and
McCeesport and Bellevernon Railroad,
about four miles above McKeesport.
Tetms or sale $1,000 ut the sale, $10,000
npon delivery of deed, and the balance In
four equal semi-annual installments. The
purchaser to assume and relieve balance of
ilirn property sold from nrior liens ot about
127.000. SAMUEL HAZLETT. Assignee.
BY JAS. W. DRAPE & I O..
Billiard table, doctor's'bnggv.ete., at auction,
FRIDAY or this week, November 25, at 10
o'clock, in residence
No. 266 Wcsfern Ave., Near Grant Ave.;
Allegheny. There is parlor, dining-room and
oeatoom lurmturo, siueuoaru, extension
tuDle, patent leather chairs, sofas, rockers,
bedsteads, bureaus, wardrobe, marble top
table, lot or bod v brnssels enrpots, doctor's
buggy (cost $350), etc Peremptory sale.
IIou"o open morning of sale.
JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., Auctioneers.
313 Wood street, Pittsburg.
HJMTJHSOA & VINCENT,
Sales 01 real estate, merchandise at stores,
household goods at residences (jewelry sales
for the. trade only) promptly attended to.
AUCTION SALE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER
25, 1892, furniture, elegant French wal
nut piano, carpets, eta, at 10 o'clock-, at tho
rooms of Henry Auction Co., 21-Z6 Ninth.
Elegant parlor suites, upholstered In the
latest upholstering; chamber furniture in
every design; square or chevnl dressers, oat
and walnut, with French bevel glasses:
fancv chairs and rpekers, leather couches,
fine pier mirrors, sideboards, extension
tables, hall rack, fine mirror-door wardrobe,
chiffoniers; two second-hand upright pianos,
one French walnut case, cost $500, the other
ebony case, both used but a short time: mat
tresses, toilet sets, springs, chairs, heating
stoves, electric motor, soda fountain, paint
ings, dishes, laundry furniture, etc.
Also a large consignment ot second-hand
brussels, velvet and Ingrain carnets.
HENRY AUCTION CO.,
Lot 50 Feet Front, Center Avenue,
Twentieth Ward, by 213 Feet Deep.
Lot 23 Feat Front, Fulton Street,
fly 131 on Webster Avenne.
HOUSE 1312 MURIEL STREET
And Lot nearly 53 Front by 144 Feet Deep.
Inquire of JOHN A. WILSON,
149 Fourth Avenue.
10 ELEGANT LOTS.
Tho above price, easy terms, will buy 10
elegant building lots, situate in Oakland and
convenient to cable or electrio cars. Must
be sold at once. If you are looking for a
bargain call and son us.
M. F. HIPPLE 4 CO.,
&. Fourth avenue.
THE ALVIN THEATER.
CHARLES L. DAVIS, Owner and Manager.
Friday night and'satnrday Matinee,
FRANCESCA DA RIMINI.
Saturday night, OTHELLO.
Next week "Tho Lost Paradise." A great
play and n strong cast. no25
ALVIN - -' EXTRA.
roRiYIiKS Monday, Noy. 28.
SEATS 2VCTW ON SALB.
Chas. Frohman'a Greatest Success,
J"Lnj : a play:
LOST : to-day. :
The Hit of New xork, Chicago and Boston.
DUQUESNE, "iftffi ;?"
To-night, Saturday matinee and night,
ALL THE GLOBIES OF EGYPT.
Next week Hoyt's "A Trip to Chinatown."
HARRY DAVIS' EDEN MUSEE.
Admission 10 cents.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
To-NIght, Matinee Saturday,
In his latest success,
Nest week Ilanlon Bros'. Fantasn
OLD CITT HALL
TH1S (Fridav) EVENING at 8 o'clrfck,
MOZAKT SEXTET. OF NEW YOKK,
MR. WM. B. GREEN.
Of the Brooklyn Eagle,
membership ticket ndmits owner and one
lady. Others admitted npon payment of SO
cents each at the door. no25-39
DEW DROP INN.
To be continued Friday nnd Satttrdat.
t The ladies of the
SANDUSKY STREET BAPTIST CHURCH
Are holding a Bazar nnd serving meals at
the old Postofllce building. Pittsburg, Fri
day and Saturday, this week, the proceeds
to go to the new church now being orectcd
on Sandusky street, Allegheny. Dinner or
supper, 60 cents. no25-31
HARRY WILLIAMS ACADEMY TO
Night, Matinees, Tued.iy. Thursday
nnd Saturday.-"THE METEORS," Ameri
ca's Grentest Specialty Company. Thanks
giving Day matinee, night prices. Extra
matinee Friday next.. n 020-13
John M. Oakley & Co.,
BAXKERS AXD BROKERS, .
45 SIXTH ST.
Direct private wlro to Now York and CM
cago. Member Now Yort, Chicago and Pitt i
Local securities bonghtand soldforeasl
or carried on liberal margins.
Investments made at our discretion and
dividends paid quarterly.
Interest paid on balance (since 183&)
Money to loan on call.
Information books on all markets mailed
on application. lo7
Whitney & Stephenson.
57 Fourth Avenua
The New Steel Works at...
Now being built and will be completed and
in operation on or before June i, 1893. This
industry, added to those already established,
Second only to Pittsburg. There is no place
the United" btates
if you want to double your savings in one
For free tickets from Pittsburg to KEN
SINGTON and return come to the office of
Kensington ipreieit Compi
Steamers Leave New York Every Saturday
For Glasgow via Londonderry.
Rates for Saloon Passage.
Cabin, S4u and upwards.
Second Cabin, S30. Steerage, 819.
Passengers booked at throngh rates to or from aa J
city In Great Britain or on the Continent.
Drafts rn London So'tl at Lowest Rates.
Book of information, tours and sailing lists far
nlshed on application to Agents.
HENDERbON BROlHEItS. 7 Bowling Green. N.
Y.. or J. J. .MCCORMICK. 639SmIthfieldst.. Pitt,
burg. F. M. SEMPLE, 110 Federal St.. Allegheny.
WHITE STAR LINE.
For Queenstown and Liverpool.
Royal and United states Mall Mcamers .
Teutonic, Nov.30, 2pm
Britannic Dec. 7. 8am
AUJestic. Dean. 1:30 pm
Germanic, Dec. 21. 7 a m
Venn. . U I , U - .b
Ten tonic. Dec. 23. 1:30 pm
Britannic Jan. 4. 7 a ra
Adriatic Jan. 11.1pm
Germ'c Jan 18. Sam
From AV bite Star dock, foot of West Tenth street.
Saloon rates, foO and unward. according to
steamer and location of berth. Second cabin on
these steamers. S40 and S4j: limited excursion tick
ets, 375 and tS5; steerage from or to the old coun
White Star drafts payable on demand In all the
principal banks througnout Great Britain. Apply
to JOHN J MCCORMICK. 639 Smlthfleld street,
Pittsburg, or H. MAITLAND E H.K3EY, General
Agent. 29 Broadway, N. Y. nolO-D
ROYAL MAIL SIK .J1SI1I -d.
GLASGOW to PHILADELPHIA
via DERBY and GAL WAY. The most di
rect route from Scotland and North and
Middle of Ireland.
Intermediate, 330. Steerage, SIB.
STATE1 SERVICE OF
, M- ALLAN XXrJB
LI lit. J STEAMSHIPS.
NEW YORE aud GLASGOW
via Londonderry every Fortnight.
Dec. 15 -State of Nebraska.... noo.
Dec. 29 State of caliioruia. soon;
Jan 19. State of Nebraska. .11:30 A. JC
Cabin, $40. Second Cabin, $30. Steerage, $19.
Apply to J. J.McCORMICK, 633 Smlthfleld 36.
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(BUXTON BEOS., of Pittsbnrg, Props.)
"Will open about April 20, 1893.
The most centrallv located hotel in ths
"World's Fair district. "Within i blockj
there are three entrances to center of Fair
grounds. Two stations on I C. E. B., two
electric roads and station on elevated road.
TERMS FOE ROOMS: 51 per day and
upward. Special inducements to larga
numbers. Send for prospectus.
6433 Myrtle ave., Chicago.
THE MERCANTILE AGENCY
E. G. Dun & Co.,
Westinghouso Butkllntr, corner Penn Avo.
and Ninth St., Pittsburg, Pa
This establishment suuDlies all necessary
Information as to the standing, responsibil
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PO. D. LEVIS,
O. D. LEVIS, SOLICITOR OP
131 Fifth ave., next Leader, Pittsburg
S500 TO 8500,000 SS
gages, city or country property, at lowest
rates. JAS. W. DRAPE CO., 313 Wood St.
Telephone No. 975.
that offers the same
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