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THE- PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, issar
WITH OPENED GATES
Pittsburg Welcomes the Pan
ALL THE PLANS ABRANGED.
Visitors Will be Here at
O'clock This Afternoon.
KEW SCHEME TO IMPROVE TKADE.
A Company Proposed of North and South
SOME DETAILS OP ME. LTMAN'SPEOJECT
Win. JC Schmertz,
the Local Leader.
A chance in the time for the arrival of
the Pan-American delegates was made yes
terday by which they will be enabled to
reach this city at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
William E. Curtis, who represents the
State department, and
who has charge of the
to James B. Scott yes
terday morning to the
effect that the delegates
would not stop at Co
lumbus, as they had
originally intended to
- do, and would be able
to arrive here three
hours earlier, and asked
if the arrangement
would interfere with
Pittsburg. A hasty conference was held with
the chairmen of the sub-committees and
Mr.William Cnrtis was notified that every
thing would be all right. Iu consequence
of the change in the time the special train
carrying the Committee of Fifteen to Steub
enviile to meet the delegates, will leave
Union station at 11:30 this morning. The
chance in the programme will benefit the
Pittsburg committee. The time for the din
ner has been changed
from 7 o'clock to 6:
and-the reception will
begin at 9 o'clock.
The change gives the
committee more time
for everything con
nected with the recep
tion and entertainment
of the guests, and the
reports from the va
rious committees yes
terday indicate thai
the reception will tx-
(pl unr flint lios roT
been held in this cityo
in receiving the guests at the hotel to-night
bv Samuel Severance, Jr., William B.
Rhodes, J. S. Atterburv. W. E. Jamison,
F. E. Alden and 0. 'D.Thompson. The
South American representatives have ex
pressed a special desire to see the ladies, and
if they are not too hard to please they will
be delighted with the array of culture,
beauty and fashion presented.
The exhibitors at the Exposition were
busy yesterday arranging their displays and
everything is about ready for to-morrow
night. The exhibits are all in place and the
building is being elegantly decorated with
bunting and flags.
The Westinghouse Company has erected a
large tablet over their exhibit bearing the
inscription: "America Para Americanos
Del Norte, Centra y Sud. Luz electrica
"Westinghouse para Todoel Mundo." Trans
lated, the inscription means, "America for
the Americans of the North, Central and
South." The display at the Mechanical
Hall will be the finest the delegates have
seen. In connection with it, Battery B is
arranging to fire 100 salutes from the wharf,
while the natural gas displayis in progress.
The Exposition Society met yesterday, and
decided to continue the jxhinit in .Mechani
cal Hall through to the end of next week,
for the benefit of the general public. It was
found impossible to admit the public to the
exhibit while the Southern delegates were
here, and the exhibitors consented yesterday
to allow their displays to remain. The
Chamber of Commerce Committee will have
charge of the affair to-morrow and Friday
evenings, after which it will pass tinder the
management of the Exposition Society, and
will be continued until and including Sat
urday of next week.
A telegram from Washington last night
stated that ex-Senator Davis, of West Vir
ginia; Mr. Walker Blaine, Solicitor of the
State Department; Senor Quintana, Minis
ter from the Argentine Republic, and Senor
Romero, the Mexican Minister, left this city
to-day for Pittsburg to join the Pan-American
The business department would be in
trusted only to men practically fitted to fill
the positions assigned to them, and their en
gagement to be for a term of years which
will be of sufficient duration to eliminate
the undesirable features so often seen in
corporate bodies in the struggle for position,
and the salaries to be of sufficient magnitude
to warrant men or the largest caliber in ap
plying, and the giving of bonds commen
surate with their trust As nearly as pos
sible, the directors should be equally di
vided between South America, Mexico and
the United States, in proportion to the sub
scription to the capital stock. The sub
scription should be strictly impartial. No
ground floor agreements, and fully paid . up
before certificates can be obtained, and con
ditional upon no transfer being made of the
stock within five years of its organization,
and no proxies given during that time.
HIS GIGANUP SCHEME.
r lUto-fc s 1, 2S
,irawsvi c-vn '
Committee, Captain Senor Emillo C Verai
C. IV. Batchelor. Chairman, met vesterdav
afternoon in the Chamber of Commerce and
completed the details of arrangements to
conform with the change in programme.
Everything is all completed, and there will
be no more changes. While the committee
was in session the following card was pre
pared: THE COMMITTEE'S BULLETIN.
Pittsburg, November 5, 1SS9.
The following information is given for all who
will participate in the entertainment of our
distinguished visitors and guests, the delegates
and attaches of the "International American
The following named persons compose the
sub-committees of the Entertainment Commit
tee: Committee on Hotel W. P. De Amort
Chairman; D. CHerbit, John B. Jackson, A.
Committee on Refreshments on Cars Hon.
5irSeIfc-S"ne!erOn. Chairman; James A.
Chambers, A. J. Keating. John Bindley. H. S.
Paul, J . D. Bernd, D. McCargo .
Committee on Carriages Major R. Monroe.
Chairman: J l). Weeks, Ralph Bagaley, B. L.
ster, Peter Dick.
Tne visitors will
arrive at the Union
depot at 3 p. x No
vember 6, and be
taken to the Monon
gahela House, where
they will take an in
formal dinner at 6
.same evening and at
&"wo piace, a rccep
..Kin irin rwi nniii
Carnages with citi
zens v. ill enter Smith
field street from
aterstreet. and un
load at the private
entrance, and reload
in tlio coma n...A
. , . - U..U,,. U.UUl.
Mnartw v,ameff,c. Clr(ls of lnvlUtlPn
will be taken ud by the ushers at the head of
the stairs, and badges of admission to reception
hall given each gentleman.
The Chairmen of Reception and Programme
Committees and such of the members as they
mav bare present, and members of the Hotel
and Carriage Committee- will meet at the Mo
nongahela House at fc.30 A. ar., the 7th, to go
with the guests in carriages to the Southside.
Aiemners ol all the other committees will
ji T&&&tgr x
Vv y w
board the train at the Union depot, which will
start proniDt at 9 o'clock A. M. The guests will
meet the tram on the Southside and all go from
there by pars. C. W. Batchelok,
Chairman of Entertainment Committee.
THE PLANS IN DETAIL.
On Thursday morning the party will pro
ceed in carriages to the Southside and visit
Oliver & Roberts Wire Co.'s rod mill, Bip
ley & Co. 'a class works, Jones &Xaugnlins'
American Iron Works. They will then
take the special train and proceed to Home
stead to inspect Carnegie & Phipps' mills.
Tbey will then go over the Pittsburg, Mc
Keesport and Youchioghenv Bailroad to
McKeesport and visit W. D.Wood & Co.'s
iron mills and the National Tube
Works. The party will then go over
the Baltimore and Ohio Bailroad to
Braddock and inspect the Edgar Thom
son Steel Works, and return to the
city over the Pennsylvania Bailroad. In
the evening the Exposition display will be
visited. The Great Western Band will
furnish the music The visitors will be es
corted from the Monongahela House to the
Exposition by Company G, Eighteenth
Begiuient, Captain John P. Penny. Ad
mission only will be allowed the goe&ts, ex
hibitors and members of the committees.
On Friday the party will proceed over
the West Penn Bailroad in a special train
to Tarentum and inspect the Pittsburg
Plate Glass Works, thence to Allegheny
Junction, taking the Allegheny Vallcv
road and return to the city, visiting the
Keystone Bridge AVorkb, H. K. Porter &
Co.'s Locomotive Works, Crescent Steel
Works, Black Diamond steel works, Hus
ney, Binns & Co.'s Tool Works, the A.
French Spiral Spring Works, and then re
turn to the Monongahela House.
A VISIT TO THE GAS riELDS.
In the eveninc a second a lsit will be paid
to the Exposition display. On this evening
.lmwt .ill ha n nntiiMl .. Jti 1 mi
wcic . uubutai tan uispiay. xne
guests will then board their own train and
leave on Saturday morning, and stop at
Jeannetle and visit the Chambers & McKee
tank glass works and the Westmoreland
natural gas fields.
The Finance Committee also met yester
day, and reports showed that about $10,000
or 512,000 will be raised, and this amount
will enable the local committee to entertain
the delegates in a better style than they
have been entertained in any other city.
Their entertainment Tiere will be the cul
mination of -a great series of receptions
which have been accorded them at all points
visited. The reception at the Monongahela
Honse to-night will be the most brilliant
iealure ortheir visit to Pittsburg. Roenigk
Bros, were engaged all day yesterday deco
rating the building. Oue of the features of
the hotel will be the locating in order of a
fac-simile of the coats of arms of the differ
ent States represented. The work is done
in silk, and is said to be'unsurpassed.
WHO WILL DO THE RECEIVING.)
Chairman W. E. Schmertz will be assisted
How Mr. Ljmnn Wonld Improve Pan
American Trade A Company of North
nnd South American Capitalist.
Mr. A. W. Lyman, of the New York
American Metal Market, passed through the
city last night en route to Chicago. Mr.
Lyman is interested in the outcome of the
Pan-American Congress, and as the dele
gates will be here to-day, he was induced to
unfold a plan of his by which business
transacted between the countries represented
in the international convention conld be im
proved and cared for. In a chat with a
Dispatch man he said:
Having noted articles on South American
commercial affairs in recent issues of your
paper, together with comments on the same,
it seemed proper and opportune that just at
this time, upon the eve ot the visit of the
delegates from those countries to your city,
a proposed plan of co-operative action
in the line of improved facilities for com
mercial intercourse, a more efficient system
of transportation and a method of financial
economy, which would relieve business
transactions between the countries of a large
proportion of the present burden imposed
upon them, might well be suggested to the
public at large with a view to its partial
adoption, at least, should it be deemed
worthy of confidence, and meet the ap
proval of those interested in a greater
or less degree in the subject. From time
to time during the past lour or five years
this plan,or outline of a plan, has been laid
beiore personal friends and business ac
quaintances whose connection with large in
terests has qualified them as entirely com
petent judges as to its feasibility and ulti
mate success. These people, among whom
are several men high in commercial posi
tion, and one especially, Thomas Nickerson,
of oston,whose close connection with large
interests in Mexico made his opinion pecu
liarly valuable, have pronounced favorably
upon it. So that I may say that although
the ideas suggested may not bcexactly new,
yet the combination of the several aepart-
uieuL. &uuu uuucruue general direction is
new and, so far as I know, original with
Mv plan is to organize the Pan-American
Company with a capital stock of 25,000.000,
in sharei of 51,000 each, with general offices
in New York and branch offices and storage
warehouses in South America and Mexican
ports, and inland cities of importance as
railroad centers. The members would be
prominent manufacturers of iron, steel and
other staple commodities used in the above
named countries. Ship builders and mining
and agricultural machinery interests should
be represented in the countries named; also
mine owners and men interested in the pro
duction of such articles as are largely used
in the United States should be taken in.
Capitalists in all the South American States
and the United States would be investors,
but not in the ascendancy as managers, for
obvious reasons. The company would be
started for the more rapid, efficient and
economical transaction of business between
the countries by means of special systems of
transportation, banking and commercial ex
changes under the absolute control of and
conducted wholly by officials acting under
the general direction of the company
through its board of directors.
Transportation lines of steamers could be
built with special reference to the carrying
and handling of goods and material, ma
chinery and products likely tojbe in large
lAm n n 4 nviri fi 4 Ai tt ivillt nA J J? ? t? a?
Fan-American Delegate Witness a Yankee
From Cincinnati last night came this telegram:
The Pan-American party was astir late this
morning. The members were driven in the
forenoon to Clifton, a suburb on the hills, and
thero had luncheon. Several manufactories
were subsequently visited, after which
tho visitors were driven into town,
and, in details of four each, visited
polling places to witness the progress of
an election in a United States city. From
some remarks let fall by Mayor Bowler, of
Clifton, as be welcomed the visitors to that
suburban town, they were led to expect a quiet
election, but nevertbeles, they could not con
ceal their surprise at the orderly character of
the proceediDgi which involved the political
control of a great State. The scenes at the
polls the lines of voters, the ticket holders and
other followers were all viewed with the clos
est attention. The day was clear and bright,
and the views from the heights back of the
city were much appreciated, while the inclined
planes were a pleasing novelty to the delegates.
Alter dinner the party was escorted to tho
headquarters of tho Board of Elections on Wal
nut street, where they were permitted to wit
ness the reception of the election returns. Then
they were given a hospitable but informal re
ception at the Lincoln and Duckworth club
houses, and finally, about midnight, they ere
placed aboard their train, which lay over nignt
in the Pennsylvania station, and started in the
early hours of the morning for Pitt3burg.
A FAMOUS WOMAN.
The Kan of Kenraare is in Pittsburg
to Lecture and Hake Money.
HER HOBBY IS CARING FOR GIRLS.
She is Writing a Boole and Reporting the
Cronin Harder Case.
INIEEESTING CHAT ABOUT HER, WOEK
SS TO EITHER BALTIMORE OR WASH.
The famous Nun of Kenmare, or Miss
Frances Claie Cusacb, is registered at the
Home Hotel. She is a lovely silvery-haired
lady ot 55 years of age, dresses in black and
wears a dainty white mull cap trimmed
with lace and white ribbon. Her person
ality and individuality are of the highest
order, and so marked that it impresses one
immediately upon entering her
presence. Since leaving the Cath
olic Church Miss Cusack has devoted
herself entirely to literary work,
and is at present engaged upon her book
entitled, "WhylLefttheChurch of Borne,"
and is also writing up the Cronin trial for
an English syndicate. She does all her
work on a typewriter, and is quite an ex
pert iu the use of the machine. She has
been writing for the press some 40 years,
and when in Ireland was considered au
authority on all political and historical
events. Such importance was attached to
her opinions that at oue time Gladstone sent
Sir Charles Bussell, who is uow attorney for
the defense of Parnell. to interview her, and
again sent his son, Mr. Herbert Gladstone,
to consult with her upon the situation of the
BS'-DUplay aavertttementt one dollar per
tquare for one inierUon. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, etc., ten cents per line or each inser
tion, and none taken for less than fifty xnis.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of tho
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with Tub DIB-
THOMAS BfCCAFFKKY, 35ifl Butler street.
EMU. G. BTUCKEY, 2ith street and l'enn ave.
E. G. ST0CKEY tCO., Wylie ave. and Fnltonit.
U. bTOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. TV. WALLACE, 6121 Fenn avenue.
MCALLISTEK & EHElliLER, 5th av. t AtWOOd St.
JACOBSFOHN. Uo. ICarson street.
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAERCHEK, 89 redersl street.
H. J. McBRIDE. Market House, Allegheny.
KltED H. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
P. H. EGGEKS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENKY, Western and Inrlnaves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
FEKKY M. GLEIM. Kebecca and Allegheny aves.
W. W. FLOCK.ER. Stationer. No. 4 Grant ave.
fe'7 dJn"nd?. silverware, etc J.M1TSCH,
130 Federal St.. Allegheny, Fa. selMiwrsu
WAl.TUr5Yjy;AKS0N' LEADING FHO
.. TOGKA.FHER. 96 j,)f th avenne. i'ltUbnrir.
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is makliijr fine cabinets at tl 60 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised; Instan
taneous nrocess, mhl3-G5
WANTED - BAKBEES TO BUY A GOOD
paying barber shop, well located: no com
mlMlpn required from either party. Call at A.
EDL1S& CO.'S. Leading Manufacturers of Bar
her Supplies and Furniture, 502, 504. 500. 508. 510
Liberty street Pittsburg. Fa. nol-g-nniwi'
FOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOB SALE-CHEAF-AN INTEREST IN AN
oil well, nearly finished, with 690 acres, near
producing wells. Address FORTUNE, Dispatch
office. n 05-98
FOB 8ALE-GROCEKY-STOCK AND FLX
lUKESof a first-class grocery in lower part
of Allegheny: will sell at Invoice or by the lump.
Inquire at 185 PENNSYLVANIA AVE., Alle
FOB 8ALEA GOOD-PAYING, SMALL CON
FECTIONERY and elgaritoreata bcrgatn.
on Carton St., S. S. : will loiolce about (650. Par
ticulars from CAJ1PHELL, DENNY A CO., 1507
Carson st, B. S., Pittsburg. noS-57
FOR SALE-VICKKOY STREET, A BRICK
dwelling on rooms, both gases, city water,
P.1 ...?.? a" conveniences and newly papered.
BLACK &BAIRD. 95 Fourth ave. IE-81 noS-4
FOR 9AI,E-f3,700-A 0 PER CENT NET ;IN
VESTMENT, brick bonse,8rooms,on 31arion
ft.. Sixth ward, one-halfsquare from Fifth ave.
W. A. HEBRON. SSONS, aorourth avenue.
V Smallman st..
3 BRICK DWELLINGS ON
. npar Twpntv.vnth at at a
E.r,.c5,b.t.w.1!'ncl,10 Bt ceI' as an Investment;
lj.400. HALTENSFERGEH Jfc WILLIAMS. 154
yonrth ave. , noS-60
FOR 8ALEQNLY. 0,000 TERMS VEBlf
easy: for a large, commodious house: 10
COr. lot, 140X127 ft.
Washington. See W. A
well located on Mt.
HEBRON &SONS, 80
FOR SALE-WAStilNGTON ST.. NEAR WY
LIE, a 2-story and attic brick dwelling or 8
rooms, hall, bath, laundry; both gases: bard
wood mantels, etc.; well sewered and In good re
pair; lot 20x102. BLACK & BA1RD. 85 Fourth
arc. 2E no5-2
Via Penntvlrnnln Knllrond,
Novemher 7 to 12, good to return until No
vember 16, inclusive. If you purchase tick
ets to Washington at this rate it will give
you an opportunity of stopping off at Bal
timore to visit the exercises attending the
Catholic Congress to be held in that city.
Parlor cars onday train and sleeping cars
on night trains to either Baltimore or
Washington without chantrc Seats and
berths can now be secured on application
at the offices, 110 fifth avenue and Union
27ie iVtm of Kenmare.
ANntnrnI Gas Frolic!!!
In a coal grate is fun for the meter. Why
don't you all come and see us when you can
reduce your gas bills easily from $100 to $25
a year. Here you are paying a steady
royalty into the gas companies' pockets
when by the investment of a few dollars you
can save 75 per cent of your gas bills. We
carry the largest, finest and most complete
assortment of gas fires, gas stoves, gas
ranees of any firm in the world.
O'Keefe Gas Appliance Co.,34 Fifth av.
The Industrial Watch Club of the West
inghouse Airbrake Co., Allegheny, have
given their contract for watches and chains
to Henry Terheyden, the manufacturing
jeweler of 530 SmithfiId street, Pittsburg,
who has agreed to furnish them gold watches
and gold chains for either ladies or gents,
at prices that cannot be equaled. They can
now be seen at his store, where he has also a
large and choice stock of goods usually
found in a first-class jewelry house, and is
now selling at the closest margins. WFM
Newly Married Couples!
Making preparations for housekeeping do
not forget that Dreydoppel soap is a very
important article to have. The finest and
best for all purposes that soaD can be used
for. Benders clothes beautifully white,
sweet and healthful to wear. Pull pound
bars, 8c per pound, at grocers everywhere.
Highest prices paid for ladies' or
gents' cast-off clothing at De Haan's Big
6, Wylie ave. Call or send by mail, wsu
Light Overcoats In Demand.
Just the weather lor lightweight over
coats. The justly celebrated makes of
Brokaw Bros., New York's fashionable
clothiers, can only be had at Sailor's, Sixth
and Liberty streets, Pittsburg. wr
A New Batch
demand, and fitted tip with special facilities
therefor The special cars would be owned
by and operated under the direction of the
company, both in the "United States and
countries named. The system of transporta
tion to and from each country would then
be elaborated with the utmost care to every
detail, with a view to saving time, cost of
handling and reducing mileage. A Gov
ernment subsidy could donbtless be se
cured. Substantial warehouses conld be con
structed adapted to the special needs of the
locality they are erected in, and supplied
with modern appliauces for handling such
troous as may De placed in them tor exnort
or distribution. These warehouses could
be used for the carrying of stocks suited to
the more permanent demands of trade, and
to be bonded, so that duties need not be
paid only upon withdrawal for use.
Banking facilities may be extended to
customers who do not feel like wait
ing lor the actual sale of their goods.
The warehouses in each country can be
used for the accumulation of wares, prod
ucts, etc, until complete cargoes are avail
able, either for vessel or trams; also for
repacking such goods etc. as may not be
adapted to the methods of carrying in
The banking department would consist of
a special corps of expert financiers, who
will have charge of the funds of the com
pany from the start,and receive and dis
burse all moneys arising from the several
departments carried on by the company,
and also act under a distinct charter as a
bank of deposit and loans for outside par
ties in the regular way. When deemed ad
vantageous, each ot the branch offices
connected with the system should act as the
agent of the banking department in advanc
ing funds to consignors of goods O' products
in either country. While acting as a sep
arate institution, this department should be
in the control of, aud under the general di
rection of, the board ot directors.
The commercial department could act as
the confidential agent and correspondent in
each field which the company occupies of
the manufacturer or producer who places
his business with the company. It will un
dertake the sale of such articles as are con
signed to it at as advantageous terms as pos
sible, tne collection of the accounts arising
therefrom, and will also give its aid in maU
ters connected with customs duties, etc It
will have trained men, who will hold them
selves in readiness to visit any portion of
the countries in which the company
may locate its business upon call, advanc
ing moneys aud furnishing special reports
upon special matters upon demand. This
department will publish a paper giving val
uable information to its patrons regarding
the commercial status and general prospects
of trade in each of the countries with which
it is connected. This paper will be furn
ished only to those who become permanent
customers of the company and avail them
selves of its facilities, either in the financial,
commercial or transportation departments.
Of 510 overcoats for to-day's sale, including
fashionable silk-faced kerseys, chinchillas
and worsteds. Many of them are also cut in
ulsters. Price to-day, $10. Don't fail to see
them. We venture to say nothing like 'em
can be seen in thiscityshort of $22. To-day
they go at $10. P. C. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
New Dresa Novelties.
Large and carefully selected stock of com
bination suitings, embroidered robe, En
glish serges, Henriettas, cashmeres, plaids,
cloth suitings and tricots at unusually low
prices, at H. J. Lynch's, 438 and 440 JIarket
The new term of the Park Institute,
formerly the preparatory and commercial
departments oi the Western University,
204 North ave, Allegheny, opens Novem
ber 11. TWFS
poor in that country. She has, during her
life, written some 40 books, her latest
one being, ''The Nun of Kenraare," an
THE HUN HAS A HOBBY.
Miss Cusack's hobby, however, is the im
provement andprotection of girls. She is
very enthusiastic on this subject, but can
only be so in theory at present, as she is
dependent upon the income derived
from her pen and her lectures
for support, but if her plan for training
schools should be adopted the old servant
girl question would become a thing of the
past. Her desire is to see homes opened
where girls can be educated for domestic
service in a thorough, systematic manner.
She would have the poor emigrant girls who
come over here with no knowledge of Amer
ican methods of cooking or house
keeping, placed in these train
ing schools, where they would
be taught housekeeping in all its branches
and also the secrets of successful marketing.
Iu that way they would be taken, when
competent, into the better families, where
the wages received would enable them to
live comfortably aud thus prevent the sad
fate of so many girls.
In orphan asylums Miss Cnsack would
have the same plan adopted. At an early
age she would have the training commence
plain cooking and marketing first, and
gradually embrace all the necessary knowl
edge neeuea tor a good Housekeeper.
TAUGHT TO VALUE MONEY.
The value of money should be taught by
allowing each girl to t purchase her own
clothing. By this training Miss Cusack
thinks a great deal of unhappiness would
be avoided, for whether as servant or
wife, the trained one would
be efficient, and love instead
of going up the chimney, as is the case
in so many homes, would remain close to the
Miss Cusack will deliver a lecture on this
subject while iri the city, also on "Whv I
Left the Catholic Church," and "Parochial
Schools Versus Public Schools."
When asked if the statement made by an
afternoon paper was true that she had come
here to attend the reception of Miss Drexel,
she laughed, and replied that she would not
be admitted to 'the convent. Miss Cusack
severed her connection with the church 18
months ago, though for the past four or five
years she has differed with Archbishop Cor
rigan and his views concerning her work.
TJAN""ED - DKMAL ASSISTANT AD-
V DRESS, with reference, DR. A. E. HALL,
McKeesport, Pa. no6-44
WANTED-DRUG CLERK OF2 OB 3,YEAKS
experience: registered. Address DRUG
GIST, Dispatch office. no8-9!
WANTED-A DRIVEB-WITH GOOD BEF-
ERENCE only need apply. BROUOE
MFG CO., 242, 244, 2Fifth ave. no8-87
"TTTANTED-A FEEDER FOB CYLINDER
Y V press: steadv work. Apply at once at NO.
83 DIAMOND STREEf, Pittsburg. no6-62
TTTANTED AN EXPERIENCED BOOK
VV KEEPER: state experience and wages ex
pected. M. C. & CO., Dispatch office. no6-&3
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN AS SALESMAN
In retail store: must nnderstand German;
good reference required. Apply at a48 BUlLbR
WANTED-TWO BRICKLAYERS ON MEY
BAN ave., near Louisa St.. Oakland; wages
ft 50; none but good ones need apply. T. A.
"TTTANTED-A GOOD MAN AS CANVASSER
TV and collector for Industrial Insurance.
Apply to E. PB1TCHARD, corner or Tweirth and
Carson streets, S. S. noi-100
East End Residence.
frame. 4 rooms, smotl cplt&r. Int
25x117; S1.200. CHABLE3 SOMEBS & CO.. 313
Wood st. no5-33-TWFS
FORSALE-A PROMPT BUYER CAN BUY
for 130,000 a lane, well improved East End
property, worth (50, 000,
Address SO UTH BOUN D,
FOB SALE-OAKLAND RESIDENCE, IRAFT
are., near Fifth ave.; 14 rooms, bath, laundry;
all the latest Improved conveniences: large
grounds. 135x260. BLACK & BA1RD, 95 Fourth
ave. 2D-88. no5-2
FORSALE-AN OLD ESTABLISHED WHOLE
SALE and retail tobacco business on one of
the principal streets or the city: doing a, paying
business; reason for selling, going into anotber
business. Address TOBACCO, Dispatch office.
OR SALE-COAL LAND-80 ACRES IN
Baldwin tp Allegheny co., Pa., oa line of
B. & O. R. R . 4 miles from city; In good state of
cultivation: underlaid with a good quality of
coal: good farm buildings: plenty of frutt: cheap
lfsoldqulck. See W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80
Fourth ave. no&O-w
FOR SALE-DRUG STORE-ONE OF THE
best stands on the Southside, Carson St., with
a very line established trade: prescription trade
large; an elegant opening for the right party;
stock will invoice about p. 500: ton reasonable
terms. Particulars from CAMPBELL, DENNY
& CO., 1507 Carson St., S. S.. Pittsburg, noi-74
TTIOB SALE LARGE B0ABDIN6 HOUSE
J? and dining room, centrally located, business
large and profitable: best thing In its line now on
the market: special reason for selling. BAL
TENSPERGER & WILLIAMS. 154 Fourth ave.
City KesMescea. y
rpO LET-10 MINUTES WALK FBOX COCBT I
X. HOUSE, neat brick: house, 6 rooms and largs
attic; late Improvements; rent low: on Bedford
aveaue. W. A. HEBRON k SONS, 80 Fourth
TO LET-PENN AVE. AND FD7TH ,3T,
three-story brick bouse, nlnerooms: all con
veniences: unexcelled location for lodging bouse,
offices or professional men; Immediate possession,.
BAM' L W. BLACK 4 CO., 89 Fourth aye. noJ-U'
East End Kesidencea. c
TO LET-HOlISE OF 14 ROOMS, STABUsT
and outbuildings: large grounds; on Negley
avenue, near Penn avenne cable cars. Inquire of,
HENRY ROBEBTS, at Oliver Roberts WfreCo...
TO LET-ELEGANT RESIDENCE LV ALUS.
GHENY, No. 138 Franklin street; contains
right rooms, good ball, bathroom, w. c, both
gases and all modern Improvements, with nics,
grounds. GEO B. BOTHWELL, No. 104 Frank
lin street, Allegheny. oc24-a
TO LET-CHOICEST BESIDESCEtt' BELLE- j
FIELD, close to, cable line. 14 largo roonuVtf
bath, both gases, all 'conveniences; TeasoasbloV
rent till April. BLACK &BAIRD.95 Fourth aver
FOB SALE-BUSINESS PBOPEBTY-SOUTH
Diamond, near Federal street, Allegheny: to
a prompt buyer we can sell this business house
and lot, 20x90 to au alley, at a price below valua
tion of any business property equally good In
Allegheny. CHARLES SOMEBS & CO.. 313 Wood
FOR HALE-FBANKSTOWN AVE., X. IL.
fine bus'ness location, first-class grocery;
clean, choice goods, fixtures, lease, horses, de
livery wagons; complete establishment, doing an
active and profitable business; well adapted
building: large vard. stable, etc: low rent: will
sell at invoice? CHARLES SOMERS & CO.. 313
Wood st. no-VSS-Twys
FOR SALE-NEW DWELLING HOUSE OF 6
rooms, attic bath. w. c, range, slate man
tels, front and back porch: lot 30x100: Cypress
street, Shadysldc: easy terms: Immediate pos
L..ion. GEORGE SCHMIDT, 157 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-I4.800-SHADYSIDE, 1 BQUABE
from Fifth ave.: news-room frame dwelling,
hall, bath, sliding doors. Inside shutters and w c,
late mantels, tile hearths, range, gas. etc ; lot
32x100. SAM-L W. BLACK Jtl'O., 99 Fourth
ave. n oC-75
FOBSALE-A GBEATBABGAIN IF SOLD
in the next few days: only $5,500 for 2 acres
or ground with a house of a rooms; will subdivide
to great profit; sqnare from electric Hue
Hazelwcod. W. A. HEBBON & SONS, 80 Fourth
TTTAN1ED MACHINISTS AND MOLDERS
iV four first class machinists and two molders
to fro to the rountrv.
Apply at 81 FEDERAL
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN FOB HARD
WARE store one having knowledge of the
business preferred ; must live In Allegheny. Ad
dress S Dispatch Office. no5-Z3
V Beaver. Lawrence.
Washington counties to sell A household npcesgltT.
Address A. K. MABTELL, 411 bmlthneld St.
TTJANTEU A GOOD AGENT TO SELL THE
V V Merritt typewriter, the best f 15 machine In
America. Call on or address OFFICE SPECI
ALTY MFG. CO., McCance Block, Pittsbnrg.
WANTED-GENTLEMEN WHO DKSIRE A
wife or a lively correspondent to send their
address and stamp to THE AMERICAN CORRE
SPONDING CLUB, Box 643, Clarksburg, W, Va.
Trr ANTED -
everr town and cltv: arood satirv np
commission paid; steady employment. Address
H. V. CLARK & CO., Nurserymen, Rochester, N.
17 years old as clerk and to make himself
generally useful in an office; salary S4 per week;
must live with parents. Address CLERK, Dls
patcn office. no6-78
TTTANTEO-SALESMEN FOB FINE LINE OF
TV quick-selling, labor-saving specialties
needed by every retail dealer: exclusive territory,
and big commission given. W. B. PERSHING,
Koutn Bend, Ind. oc25-85-mwf
FOB SALE ON ELLSWORTH AVENUH
5,250, a neat, almost new house, g rooms,
large attic late improvements, all In first-class
order; street and sewer Improvements made: well
located at Shadysldc. bee W.
suns, u j ourtn avenne.
"CWK SALE-9-ROOM FRAME (NEW)-LAROE
JC ball np and down: all modern improvements;
on a paved and sewered street; grandest neigh
borhood In East Liberty; very near cables and P.
B. R.; lot 60x160; eor. lot; an 13,500 bouse for
S7.500; great bargain. 64 M. LYNN, No. 1
Frankstown ave. East Liberty. nt6-70
FOR SALE-3 ACRES GROUND, GLENWOOD,
fronting Second ave.. with a brick dwelling
of 8 rooms and 4 attic rooms: only five minutes
walk from station: well adapted for manufactory
Purposes. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. 2D
T7IOKSALE-THE MISSION CHIIKnH PKI11'-
E KRTY. witu three lots about SO feet front, on
Lombard street Allegheny, near head of Federal
street, and adjoining the spacious residence and
grounds of Colonel Andrews: to be solil st pnbtle
sale, by order cf tbo trustees, on Friday after
noon. Novembers, at 2 o'clock. on the premises.
Terms, etc.. Irora JAS. W. DRAPE fc .. Agents
and Auctioneers, 129 Fourth avenue Pittsbnrg.
FOR SALE-FINE LOT-SUITABLE FOB
manufacturing establishment: situate on
Second avenue above Ross st. : If sold soon can bo
had at a bargain and on easy payments. Sep W.
A. HEBRON & SONS, 80 Fourth ave. noS-90-ws
B OR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Machinery nnd Metals.
FOB SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
andTefltted: repalrlngpromptly attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY ANDMACH1NECO..L1M..
below Suspension bridge Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29
Business Stands. ,
TO LET-NEW WAREHOUSE, 40x808, STORIES '-
and cellar: power eleTatortvTeonTelent,
location. Call lor particulars. SAMUEL W.
BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave. noS-14 ,
Offices. Dek Boanu &c
TO LET-IN THE NEW .DISPATCH BUILD.T
IN G, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two of the r f -
roomiest ana oest-ugniea oraees 10 oe louna in wo
city; rent, pcoandsacopcrannnm. Including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam beating.
Apply between 10 A. M. and IP. jr., ox between
FOB SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles la stock, from 4 to
100 h. p. ;all refltted;good as new, at lowest prices;
portable engines. 8 to 25 h. p. ; boilers all sixes
ana styles. J.S.YOUNG,23Park way, Allegheny,
FOR SALE - HOISTING ENGINES, NEW
and second band; wiroaud man Ilia rope der
rick and fittings, hoisting tubs and cars, clay and
ore pans, engines, boilers aud machinery.
THOMAS CARLIN 'S SONS, Lacock and Sandusky
sts., Alleahenv. au5-17-rwr
FOB SALE-CHEAP B ABGAIN-IRWIN AVE.
2 lots 20x106 ft. each for $2,20 each; terms
easy. ALLE3 & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. TeL
FOR SALE-5 BRICKROUSES, ALLEGHENY,
2 on Robinson of 9 rooms, bath, h. and c
water, both gases, etc, and S on Rose alley, 4
rooms and attic; each all well sewered. BLACK
& BAIRD. 95 Fonrth ave. 2B-131 no5-2
FOB SALE-DESIBABLE PROPERTY AND A
profitable Investment considered cheap;
only 7,0oo; payments made to suit: on Lacock.
near Sandusky st.. Allegheny: lot 21x100 ft. : two
houses, oue In front and one In rear on Stoddard
st. W. A. HERRON SONS, 80 Fonrth avenue.
WANTED-LABORERS WANTED IN NEW
Orleans too able-bodied men to ship as
crew; waees $60 per month and board
men steady employment will be tflven. Annlv
M.N.WOOD. Coast and Laiauscbe Line No. 2
Canal st., New Orleans, La.
TTANTED-SALESMEN AT f75 PER MONTH
V v calarv and expenses, to sell a line of silver
plated ware, watches, etc.; by sample only; horse
and team furnished free; write at once for full
particulars anu sample case or goods rrec STAN
DARD SILVERWARE CO.,
ING work and employers and all others
who may wish to employ bricklayers sbonld regis
ter such wants, free ofcharge. attheheadquarters
01 me muusiitiALi oiuiUAL .rJE-NEirri AS
SOCIATION, 93 Fourth ave..
vpen unin r. a. oamraays.
first floor front.
ANTED - DISTRICT MANAGER TO
locate atMeadvllle or WllllAmnnnrt tn pi.
ploy and manage agents: salary SI, 000 a year: must
invest tlOO fo. stock furnished, and give secnrlty
for money handled. Call or address GEO. 3.
CLINE PUBLISHING HOUSE, 5 Sixth ave.;
only first-class men full of energy need apply.
IJWJR SALE OAKMONT MODERN DWELL
7 ING 8 rooms, attic bath, fine dry cellar,
slate mantels, marble and tile hearths, stationary
sideboard, electric bells, jtas. water, large lot:
t4.50O. CHARLES SOMEKS & CO., 313 1 cod St.
FOR3ALE.-FOB P.800-EASY STEBMS-A
good house of 5 rooms. lot MxlToTt-. on Mon
roe si.: well located; quick sale is desired on ac
cbunt of removal of owner, on .Monroe street.
Ballevne. P.. Ft. W. A CB. B. W. A. HER
RON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. OC30-21-WS.
FOR SALE-?6,0C0-EASY TERMS, ASEWICK
LEY home, very centrally and desirably
located, containing 10 rooms, bath and other con
veniences; lot 47x203 ft.; lawn and large fruit
trees: also, adjoining propertv, for fl.500: lot
9)x2rt.: frame dwelling-, 7rooms, naturalgas
and water; these properties will be sold together
for $10. COO: terms to suit. A. W. ADAIR, Boom
708 Penn b'ldy., Penn ave. noe-42
.a. Bwc& vn idc premises.
No. 4S Water
street, will be sold at auction. November 12.
18S9. at 10 a. M an excellent lot of Utiles from IS
to 26 Inches, swing from 8 to 16-foot bed: brass
lathes, drill presses, planer, wood-working ma
chinery, 8-Inch Saunders tapping machine pipe
machine; lot machine and gas-flttlng tools, ream
ers, taps, etc.; malleable and cast Iron flttlnrs:
gate and globe valvu suitable for ateam and
naturalgas; bending table and furnace; flasks
and patterns of valves, flanges and flttltuts: also
large gray mare harness and wagon. REES.
nacu., 4S water street, Pittsburg, pa.
SHOOK k CO.,
"ITHIR SALE FOUNDRY RARE BUSINESS
J opportunity for individuals or corporations,
to close the estate as a whole the Archi
tectural Iron Foundry, as most successfully run
for over II years by the late Samuel J. Creswell,
Twenty-third and Cherry sts., Philadelphia, Pa.
Location freight yards of Baltimore and Ohio
and Philadelphia and Reading Railroads within
one block and Pennsylvania Railroad within
four blocks. Buildings specially erected for this
business, and of most substantial character. Real
estate owing to location, of great intrinsic valne
apart from present occupation. Equipment the
finest of Its kind In this rountry. Patterns, tools
and machinery all modern, and requiring no
further outlay. Possibilities of production un
limited. Business running as In lifetime of late
owner, with full force of employes, large con
tracts on hand, and in "midst ot great activity.
Possession Immediate. Apply to or address
JOSEPH DE F. JUNKIN, Executor, S. E. cor.
Sixth and Walnut sis., Philadelphia, Pa.
'Dwelling and Electric Roafe"
Z - WS
But few of the many people in this great
city have any conception of the magni-j
tude, immense improvement, rapid growth
and enhancement of the now most desir
able residence district within our city
limits. Within 30 days the new Electric
Street Railway will be in operation con- '
necting Oakland Sqnare and the city (via
the Traction Road) for tho nominal fare of Xl
Scents. Oakland Square is a beautiful
park around which rues wide streets caved
with asphaltum and sewered free of ccst to"
the purchaser of one of the beautiful dwell
ings facing the sqnare.a brief description ot '
which is here given. Built of brick-, by day
work, two sizes 8 and 9 rooms, halls, bath,
inside shutters and w. c'a, handsome slate
mantels, tile hearths, sliding doors, range
and both gases. Also electric lighting ap-'ij
paratns, largo porches, .cemented cellars,'
one chandeliers, Iarce lot, etc Terms,
small cash payment down, balance $500 per, ,
annum. Fourteen of these dwellings have -
been sold to representative business menvt:
The time consumed in runnine from thai
postofflce to the square is bnt 17 minntea,V
thus girlDj: ample time to so home for
ner. See the square beiore buying
SAM'LW. BLACK' SaC0;
99 FOURTH AVENUE.
It is very Important in this age of vast ma
terial progress that a remedy he pleasing to the
taste and to the eye easily taken, acceptable
to the stomach and healthy in its nature and
effects. Possessing these qualities. Syrup of
Figs is the one perfect laxative aud most gentle
Cos Flrei-, Gas Stoves, Gns Rnnees.
O'Keefe Gas Appliance Co.,34 Fifth av.
Don't let whisky get the best of you, but
get the best of whisky. Klein's, Silver Age
rye only 51 SO per full quart. For sale
everywhere. Ask ior'it. Mirr
Jfontenac, chinchilla aud kersey overcoats
ready made and to order, at Pitcairn's, 434
Wood street. wp
"What is the best thirst quencher?
F. & V.'s Pilsner beer. All dealers.
Gaa Fires, Gas Stoves, Gas Range.
O'Keefe Gas Appliance Co.,34 Fifth av.
A glass of F. & V.'s Iron City beer at
night insures quiet sleep.
B. t B.
Read display ad. in this piper the two
bargains mentioned there will pay you to
see. Boggs & Buhl.
C. Baeuerlein Brewing Co., Ben
netts, Pa., brewers of "Wiener, standard and
Kulmbacher lager beer. iiwr
Misses' long garments with plush sleeves,
in beaver cloth. Boggs & Buhl.
Cash paid for old gold and silver at
Hauch's, No. 295 Fifth ave. WFSu
Gas Fires, Gns Stoves. Gns Rnnses.
O'Keefe Gas Appliance Co., 34 Fifth av.
Co.'s, 100 Filth ave
at Jamei H. Aiken &
WHAT drink is the most healthful and re
freshing? F. &V.s Pittsburg beer. All
Gns Fires, Gas Stoves, Gns Rnnees.
O'Keefe Gas Appliance Co.,34 Fifth av.
Ladies' length walking coats hundred
for selection; 55, 10, up to 535.
Boggs & Buhl.
Fidelity Title and Trust Company, t
ii, 121 and 123 Fourth avenue,
Pittsburg, Pa., November 4. 1SS9. t
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Fidelity Title and
'trust Company will be held at its office on
THURSDAY, November 14, 18S9, at 1 o'clock
r. St.. for the purnoso of receiving the annual
report, the election of 15 directors to serve for
tho ensuing year, and the transaction of such
other business as mav properly come before the
meeting. C. B. McVAi", Secretarv.
TSTANIED-AOENTS TO SELL AND EVEKY
VV BODY to use Dr. O'Keefe's 2S-cent liver
pills, cold or catarrh pills, cough pllls,rheumatlsm
pills, headache pills, dyspepsia pills, worm pills.
Kidney pills, piles pills, neuralgia pills, sore
throat pflls,croup pills: price 25 cents each: post
age prepaid. DR. O'KEEFE & CO., Home
opathic Chemists. 34 1 lfth ave. n 00-85
WANTED-AGENTS TO SELL THE PINLESS
clothes line; the only line ever Invented that
holds the clothes without pins; a perfect success;
patent recently Issued; sold only by agents, to
whom the exclusive right Is given: on receipt of
50 rents we will send a sample line by mall; also
circulars, price list and terms to agents: secure
your territory at once. Address WOKCESTEB
PINLESS CLOTHES LINE CO., 17 Hermon St.,
orcester, Alass, oc23-44-WS
WANTED-SALESMEN ON SALARY OB
commission, to sell our household special
ties by samples to hardware tinware and house
furnishing dealers. We have been established 8
years manufacturing labor-saving patent special
ties, and now hare finest selling line In the world.
Special exclusive routes arranged. Liberal salary
and permanent employment to energetic sales
men. V rite for catalogue and special offer. THE
CLIPPER MFU. CO. (LIU.), Cincinnati, O.
, City Loin.
SALE-CHOICE BUn.DIN(i LOT ON
well street Zlxioo: Ji.ooo. RHAKr.TO
S OMEliS & CO., 313 Wood St. noS-33-T WF8
V Colwell street:
Enst End Lots.
FOR SALE-20 BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS,
UerronHlll Park, grand view of East Lib
erty valley. CHARLES SOMEBS CO., 313 Wood
TTIOR SALE-WOO FOB HEBRON HILL LOTS.
X? Madison ave., Just at terminus of Wylie ave.
cable line, 24x100 feet
& BAIRU, 95
FOR SALE-BATJM UROVE-A NUMBER OF
the finest lots in this cbolce propertv at prices
away below present valuation. CHARLES
su.ur.H3 i;o., an wooa st.
llonies. Vehicles. Live Stock, otc
FOB SALE-1 VERY FINE WORK HORSE. 7
years old; weight about 1.400 pounds; also one
buggy mare: will sell reasonable Call or address
89 WATER ST, Pittsburg. noS-58
FOR SALE A GOOD. SODND, YOUNG
team of draft horses, with nearly new, large
wagon: suitable for almost any business. In
qnlra at W5 PEN N AYE. noS-4S
"PERSONAL ANOTHER GEEAT CUT
JL Solid gold-filled caseAmerlcanwatches for
ladles fl5 50, for cent tie SO and fig 50: gold by
watch clubs for S33. B. E. AEONS, 85 Fifth ave
PERSONAL-ADMIRED BY ALL-"VOLTAIC
Diamonds:" brilliancy warranted or stones
replaced free of charge; tbey become more bril
liant by washing. B. E. AEONS, Sole Agent. 65
Fifth ave no3-!3l
TEESONAL-HAVB IfOU SEEN LEVI'S
X Bookstore? Do you know we have new books
as well as old? Do yon know we have the largest
stock of old boots west ot the Allegheny Moun
tains? LEVI'S BOOKSTORE. 800 Liberty st.
TURNED: recentlv thrT hmd not hn an lh
Dest or terms owing to a 111
iaa nor neen on tne
ttle family Jar ocea-
FOK SALE-A BEAUTIFUL BUILDING SITE
47x164 feet on paved street In Oakland, close
to Fifth ave., flrst-cl&ss neighborhood; only $100
per foot front. BLACK A UA1RD, 85 Fourth
ave. 2D-21S. no5-2
WANTED-S1X YOUNG LADIES TO TAKE
part in amateur theatricals; those hiving
some experience preferred. Apply between 7 and
8 o'clock to-night at ELI MACK 'S, 11 Sixth St.
Office Western Insurance Co.. 1
Pittsburg, November 2, 1889. f
ELECTION THE ANNUAL ELECTION
for 13 directors of this company, to serve
lor the ensume year, will be held at the offire
on 1UESDAY, the 12th inst.. between the
hours of 1130 A. 3f. and 1 p. jr.
no&03-D WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary.
Lawrence Bank op Pittsburo, J
PittsBueo.PA,, October 28, 1889. i
ELECTION THE ANNUAL ELECTION
for nine directors of this bank will be held
at tho banking bouse on MONDAY, November
11, 1&S9. between tho hours of 1 and 3 o'clock p.
JL JOHN HOERR, Cashier. oc30-10
Save money Buy blankets, comforts,
etc, at Busy Bee Hive, Sixth and Liberty.
Gns Flrrs. Gas stoves, Gns Ranees.
O'Keefe Gas Appliance Co ,34 Fifth av.
Cash paid for old gold
Hauch's, No. 295 Fifth ave.
and silver at
Gns Fires, Gas Stoves, Gas Ranees.
O'Keefe Gas Appliance Co.,34 Fifth av.
DISSOLUTION-NOTICE IS HEREBY
given that the partnership lately existing
between H.H. Durbln and John F. Armstrong
at No. 53 Fifth avenne, Pittsbnrg, under tbo
firm name of H. H. Durbin &Co., has this day
been dissolved by mutual consent. All debts
due to the said partnership are to be paid and
those due from tho same discharged at the old
stand, where the business will be continued by
H. H. Durbln and Robert L. McWatty, under
the iirnr name of H. H. Durbln & Co.. said
Robert L. Me .Watty having purchased tho in
terest of said John F. Armstrong in the old
firm, and this day formed a new partnership
with said H. H. Durbln. John F. Armstrong
cordially recommends his friends to the new
Pittsburo. November 2. 1SS9. uo&3
WANTED-LADY AGENTb-ALSO MEN
Two Immense new specialties: one lady made
27 before dinner, anotber $16 first hour. Address
LITTLE A 'JO., Box 443, Chicago, 111.
ANTED-A REFINED AMERICAN LADY
fmtddlp. Affpril fnr nnltlnn rpnnlrltifl. idfy.
Ices from 9 to 4: to suitable party liberal compen
sation. Call after 10, Room 7, 53 NINTH ST.
Male nnd Female Heln.
T7-ANTED AT ONCE-4 FARM HANDS,
V col. boy, cooks, chambermaids, house girls,
nurses, dishwashers, pantry and dining room
girls. MEEHAN'S, 545 Grant St. no4-D
FOR 3ALE-S50 PER FOOT, WALLINGFORD
Place 2 squares from Fifth aye cable: lot
63x181 Teet: this is a sacrifice and must be sold at
once; will enhance 2a per cent In 6 months.
SAM'L W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave,
I7OR SALE THE CHEAPEST LOT'S IN THE
1 market to-d.iv are to be found In tho villa
Park plan, Brushton station; no city taxis ana.
(nnirnnlanMtr Iruisrnilt (nuiivo ntsn tmnt- fAi.. V
vuui vutbiiuj awuu (,.uw uiau luuva auiiAjji
from JOHN F. BAXTER, Agt., 512 Smltbfield st.
FOR SALE-BAUAI GROVE LOTS FOR SALE,
East End; finest lotln that plan, corner Am
ber and Friendship. 40x110: also lots No.GOand 31.
adjoining each other, on Amherst.; come quick;
N. F. HI
Send for farm and ex. lists".
drvpoods to exehamra for real estate.
N. F. HURST, Keal Estate Agt., Rochester. Pa.
"PERSONAL HIS LOVE
nest or terms owlnsr
sioned by the wife insisting on belnir allowed to
renovate his wearine- annareL and which, at
course was done in a bungling manner; In order
to prevent the tronble they agreed to send all
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor. G5
Firth ave. corner Wood St., second floor, and
now everything Is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns la their household. Telephone 155.
P. V. &C. R. R.,
'Where the Allegheny Bessemer Steers
The Howard Plate Glass Works, and.
The Buquesue Tube Works
Are located, is one of the most desirable placet!
now brought before the notice of persons 1
ing for a place to locate for a pleasant HO J
where! steady employment may bo, had, a
LOTS can be purchased on the 1
PLAN, at REASONABLE PRICES and
It will pay anyone to come and. seel
purchasing at any other place.
J. R. WYLIE,
OrNoit8Wood street. Rooms; Iron
Building. Pittsburg, Pa.
LOST A BUNDLE OF STEEL FROM A
waeon, between Brown s mm and sou Penn
sylvania ave, Alleghenv. Finder will please re
turn to THOS. HEATHCOTE, 308 Pennsylvania
ave . and receive reward. noS-43
FOR SALE-LOTS ON NUNNERY HILL.
Twelfth ward. Allegheny: a few choice lots
remain In the late ifobert Henderson plan on Nun
nery Hill; to secure a lot here an early visit Is
necessary. A. LEUOATE i.SON, Agents, 31
Federal st.. Allegheny. no5-19
TTANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
VV EETY. over SI. 000; x per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER CO.. K Fourth avenue
WANTED-t500 TO f500,000-TO LOAN ON
.. mortgages, 4Jj, 5 and 6 per cent. JAS. W.
DRAPE & CO . 123 Fourth ave, Pittsbur. Tele
phone No. 975. no2-7Z-HWS
OYLE& CO., 131 Fonrth ave
In laree and small amounts at 4k. 5 and 6
per cent, free of State tax: no delay. REED B.
COYLE & CO.. 131 Fonrth ave my21-60
THEWEST VIRGINIA "AND IRONTON
RAILROAD COMPANY, authorized to
construct a bridge over tho Ohio river at a
point about one and one-half (1) miles above
the mouth of the Big Sandy river, hereby gives
notice of its intention on the 19th day of No
vember, 1SS9, to submit to the Hon. Redfield
Proctor, Secretary of War, for his examination
and approval a design and drawings of the pro
posed bridge and piers, with the maps and
other information required under the act of
Congress of December 17, 1S72, and the supple
ments thereto, authorizing the construction of
bridges over the Ohio river and prescribing the
dimensions of the same WEST VIRGINIA
AND IRONTON RAILROAD COMPANY, by
JOS. L DORAN, President CHAS. H. MEL
LON, Secretary. noWZ-D..
WANTED-MORTGAOES-WE CAN LOAN
in sums of two to (20.000 on Pittsburg, Alle
gheny or suburban improved real estate at lowest
rates. ALEXANDER & LEE, 313 Wood st.
WANTED TO LOAN (500,000. IN AMOUNTS
of 13,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4J4 percent, free of tax; also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK & BAIRU
05 1 onrth avenue. sc21-dJ6-p
TTTANTED MORTGAGES $L 000. )0TO LOAN
TV on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
-cw vciiu ana on larms in AiieKuenj auu aujii-
cent counties at Cper cent.
aujj, um xourui avenue.
FOR SALE-XOTS AT GLENWOOD: CON
VENlENTtotlie station and Second Are.
Electric Railway: graded streets, sidewalks, city
water: houses and lots forsale on monthly pay
ments. GEORGE a BURG WIN, 150 Fourth ave
FOR BALE-BUILDING LOTS CHEAP-THE
best In the market, for the. money: special In
ducements to purchasers desiring to build: terms
easy: location very Uestralllo;onlv 7 miles from
Federal St.; at Asplnwall station, adjoining
bharnsburg. West Penn R. It. For plans see w.
A. HERRON & SONS. 80 Fourth ave. no2-90-ws
CHAS. W.DAHLINGER, Attorney-at-Law.
87 Diamond street.
ESTATE OPPETER HERDT. DECEASED
Notice is hereby eiven that letters testa
mentary on tbo above estate have bees granted
to the undersigned, to whom all persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immedi
ate payment, and those having claims against
tho same should make them known without de
lay. PHILIP BPIEHL, Executor.
oc23U4-w 14S Ohio st, Allegheny.
Lawrence Bank of Pittsbuko,' fj
PrrrsrjUEO. October 3L issa 1
nrVIDEND THE BOiRD OF DIBECI-l
J UKSoItbls nankbave this day declare.
a dividend oi xuUEtt (a) PER CENT on the J
capital since out or tne earnings oi tne last i
months, navable on demand.
nol-78 , JOHN HOERR. CashierS
EVANS & HO
"A PARLOR MATCH.'
November 11 Hartley Campbell's
TO ROBERT G. BROWNE, LATE OF
Pittsburg, Pa. You are hereby notified
that proceedings against you for a divorce a.
v. tn., upon the ground of desertion, have been
commenced by your wife. Jennie C. Browne,
in the Court of Common Pleas No. 3. of Phila
delphia connty (March Term, 1889, No. 45), a
Master has been appointed and a meeting for
taking testimony in said case will be held at
the office of the Master. No. 727 Walnut street,
Philadelphia, on THURSDAY, November 28,
18S0,at 3 o'clock p. u.,when and where you may
attend and be heard, should you so desire.
JOHN DOLMAN. JB, Master, 727 Walnut
street, jrniiaaeipiiia, rsL. ocap-ai.w
I RAND OPERA HOUSE '
MR. SOL SMITH RUSSELL.
"A Poor Relation."
Wednesday Matinee and Katnrday Nighfci
Next week-"A Midnight Bell." noJ-S J
ORLD'U MUSEUM. AIXEGHENW
Week commencing November 4.
BASS, the Ossified Man. , J
Many curios. Clever theater entertainment
Everv afternoon and erenlne.
BARLOW BROTHERS' MINSTRELS,!
Week November 11-ZO-ZO.
TTiOR SALE-FARM 150 ACRES; 40 ACRES
C poplar, oak and hickory timber: good coal,
limestone: water; 4 acres choice fruit: frame
house S rooms: bank barn: near Apollo: S40 per
aire. ED. WIT11S1L 410 Grant St.. Pittsburg,
TXTANTED-TO i.OAN $200,000 ON MOET-
Vr GAGES: ?100 and upward at 6 per cent;
500,000 at 4K per cent on residences or business
also In adlolnlng counties. S. H.
la Fourth avenue. oc2l-4-D
TTrANTED-HIGHEST SPOT CASH PRICES
.TV paid for second-hand furniture, carpets and
Sonsehold goods of all kinds. 1211 PEN S AVE
TIT ANTED -NOVEMBER IS THE LAbT
'."V month for fine cabinets at (1 per dozen, st
AUFREUIT'S ELITE GALLERY, 1iI6 Market
St., Pittsburg. Bring the children on elevator.
TTANTED-PERSoNS TO COME AND 'EX-
'JtIon, on the Monongahela division ofthe P. R.
K.. before purchasing elsewhere; see advertise
ment another column. J. R. WYLIE. Cochran
Station, Duquesue Pa., or No. 8 WOOD STREET,
Room 5, Iron Exchange building, Pittsburg.
OC29-60-OC30, nol ,4, 6, S, 12, 14
FOR SALE-FARM OF 70 ACRES NEAR DE
HAVEN, P. & W. Ry.: all cleared and in
good order; elegant buildings, orchard, etc.;
probably has oil or eas under It: boring for gas
bairmlle away: also -an elegant farm of 100 acres
on P. & L. E. Ry.. with gas well on It, for fiO Der
acre and farms of all sizes in adjoining counties;
also coal, timber and farming lands in W. Va.
MAGAW & GOFF, LIM., 145 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-IMPROVED PROPERTY PAYING
handsomclriuagrowlnc Kansas elty: low
313 Wood st. no5-33-TWFS
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIV EN THAT THE
IN reports of the Board of Viewers or Street
Improvements on the vacation of South, Elev
enth street, from Mnrell street to the Mononga
hela river, and Gorman (form erlv Virgin) alley,
on the Southside, from South Eleventh street
to South Twelfth street, have been approved
by Councils, which action will be finals unless
an appeal is filed la the Court of Common Pleas
within ten (10) days from date.
Pittsburo, Pa., Nov. 4. 18S9. nooV;
price or exchange for rnerchandh-c. CHARLES
ouji e.iKi x w,
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE A GOOD PAYING GENERAL
store at a bargain: storeroom and dwelling.
For particulars address S. P. POORHAUGH,
Glencoc, Pa. ocS-Ob
IOR SALE-NEW FIRST-CLASS STEAM
lanndrv: fine famUv sroeerr utartt with
splendid location and business, will invoice about
rJ,uw; smaller grocery stores, fwoio s&,ooo; mux
route; clgarandcomectlonery stores t225to(C50;
drygoods and notion stores; feed store; 2 printing
offices: drug stores; shoe stores; bakeries and 100
other business chanees: free particulars. SHEP
AED & CO. , 64 Fifth aye ocZS
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN"THAT THE
JLN reports of Viewers on the opening of In
wood street, from. Frankstown avenue to a 40
foot street: Murtland street, from Penn avenne
to Chaucer street: Dallas avenue, from Penn
avenne to Frankstown avenne: Joel's lane,
from Grandvlew avenue to Omaha street, and
Fleury alley, from Murtland street tn the cltv
line, have been approved by" Councils, which
action will be final nnless an appeal is filed in
the Court of Common Pleas wltnln ten (10)
days f mm date. E.M. BIQELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Work.
PrrTSBHEO, Pa, November 1, ISSH. nol-S3
TTARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
To-nleht. Usual Matinees.
The Rentz-Santley Novelty and Burlesque
ANTHONY AND CLEOPATRA
noS-2 LA TOSCA'S RECEPTION!!
Steam Ferry Boat. M S. (raj
The above named Side-Wheeled Steam 1
Boat will be offered at public auction. atX
o'clock, on SATURDAY, November . 188B, l
the wharf, in the city of Wheeling. Sba
measnres about 65 tons, is 83 feet lone 20
wide and three in depth: gnartls six feet Wa
lastinsnected Sentember 20. 1880.
TERMS One half, ana so much more as ta
purchaser mav elect to pay. cash, the residue i
four and eight month, purchaser to give hi
notes with seenritv to be annrovett bv trust
J. D. EWING.
OCTOBER 3. 18S9.
"VTOTICE IS3IEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Xl Bureau of Health of the city of Pitts
bnrg has this day established and provided,
and doen hereby designate the foot of Seven
teenth (17) street, in the city of Pittsburg; at
tho Allegheny river, and Clark's dumpboat,
immediately above the north fend of the south
Tenth street bridge. In ttecityof Pittsburg,
on the Monongahela river, as the places where
are to be received and deposited the contents
of ail privies as tbey shall from time to time be
cleaned and emptied, and all other offensive
substances found upon the public highway.
THOMAS W. BAKEK,
Superintendent of the-Bareaa ofHeaJ th.
K8X.THIRD AVE, UPSTAIRS.
Gents' shoes soled and heeled in IS mis
for 73 cents.
Finest work in the city. anB-aHfrvi
SI AND 83 FIFTH AVENUE.
Pittsburg, p,, tJHlH-Mjt
va, a ana v yuuuDna
logues. titc: reproductions of veaaadlBk draw-:
lugs, wooa cu uriau, manuscripts, etc.: Ml