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THET PETTSBUEG- XHSPATOH, ' ' TUEJ3DAT,
DCTOBER -8;- 1889.
WALL STREET LIGHT.
An Executor's Bill Reveals Facts
About the White Learl Trust,
HOW STOCK IS SOLD OB 'CHANGE.
Judge Ivnng Decides That Diamond Alley
Can be Widened.
OTHER GEKERALKEWS OP THE COURTS
A hearing was had before Judge Over in
the Orphans' Court, yesterday, in the case
of the exceptions of the heirs of B. It.
lahnestock to the amount of commission
claimed by B. S. Fahnestock, executor of
the will. Messrs. Schoyer and Duuseath
represented the heirs, and the executor was
represented by Slessrs. Schmidt and Eeed.
The commission claimed by the executor is
4 per cent, amounting to about $30,000, The
heirs contend that this fee Is excessive f or the
amount of wort performed.
In the argument of the case some light was
let into the affairs of the National White Lead
Trust and a reflection of the light was cast
upon tbe wajs of Wall street. The attorneys
for the executor, in showing to the court that
the services of the executor were worth vihat
he claims, explained what some of his services
consisted of. Upon the formation of the Na
tional White Lead Trust, it was stated,
B. L. Fahnestock and the other mem
bers of the Fahnestock Lead Compony
entered the trust. Their works were
turned over to the trust at their own valua
tion, and in lien thereof they received four
times the valuation thus placed on the worts.
In the stock of the trust Mr. Fahnestock's in
terest in the works was valued at $6S,0f0, and
he received stock to the amount of S250.00U.
One of the conditions made when the trust was
formed was that none of its stock should be
put on the market for a 3 ear after the date of
the agreement. In the meantime Mr. Fahne
When the year had expired, and it was de
sired to sell the stock to settle up the estate, it
was found that there was no market for it. The
managers of the trust, when they found that
this was the state of affairs, put the stock on
the New York Exchange, beveral brokers
were cngagea to manipulate it, ana tney am
bo. Their plan was to put up the stock for
sale and one of them would buy it. An
other broker concerned in the game would
then buy it off the last purchaser at an ad
vanced price. Thus the stock would go round
the ring, being constantly boomed. While
this scheme was being worked, B. S. Fahne
stock, the executor of II. L Fahnestock,
engaged a broker to co in and sell short. He
did so. and unloaded $250,000 worth of stock, at
Si! per share, the par value being 5100 per
share. The other brokers bought the stock as
soon as offered, thinking tbat there was no
stock to be delivered, and that it was only a
paper sale such as they had been making. They
soon lound that it was a bona fide sale, and
despite a big kick in the Exchange against the
consummation of the sale,
NOW FOR THE RUBBER.
Bills Found Against the Defendants In the
Mar Snllivnu Cose.
The grand jury yesterday had the MaySulli
Tan case under consideration, and found true
bills for misdemeanor aga'ist Laura Bailey,
Florence Donaldson and Minnie Fleming, alias
Minnie Shope; Jacob Bobbs and Walter Her
rington were returned on a felonious charge;
the case of Frank Hill has not been acted on
yet. The other bills returned were Robert
Crooks and Charles Wachter, aggravated as
sault and battery; Robert Moore, assault and
battery; George Dott, John Monday, Chris
Speer. H. W. Smith and Leopold Sorshing, lar
ceny; Jos. Florence and Fred Helfnck and J.
M. Shallenberger, nuisance: Fred Kraus, sell
ing liquor on bunday; Fred Kraus. Jos. Marx,
Abbey Oliver, John Brown and F. B. Voltz,
selling liquor without a license;Thos. Wheeler,
Alec Stewart and Frank Conway, misde
meanor. The ignored bills were: Robert W. Liddell,
aggravated assault and battery; Peter Conway
and Martin Koedler, assault and battery; Rose
Gallagher. selling liquor on Sunday; Alex.
Maedcr, selling liquor without license; John
Harkin, attempted larceny.
A BIASED LOWER COURT.
A Philadelphia Judge Receives Judge Sler-
, One hundred thousand dollars Yrasatsttfce"
in the case of Rclchenbach et al vs Ruddacb,
Philadelphia. Dr. Buddach married on No
vember 13, 1884, made a will bequeathing his
estate on November 15, same year, and died the
next day. The plaintiff alleged unsound mind
on the part of the testator, and inherited taste
for liquor, and undue influence. Tho charge
was made that testator's father had been con
fined In an insane hospital.
Justice Green reviewed the case, saying:
'When the will was made no evidence what
ever existed of general insanity. The answer
to that charge should have been qualified so as
subject the testimony to action of the jury,
which, falling to be satisfied, would throw the
burden of proof upon the defendants. This
assignment must be sustained." The action of
the loner court in allowing undue prominence
of one side of the testimony is censured and
the following extract from the charge of tho
lower court is esteemed prejudiced: "Their
anxiety about the safety of testator's propertv
and mind seemed to have commenced after his
death." Judgment reversed.
THE PETITION IGNORED.
Judge Ewing Decides the City Can Widen
Judge Swing yesterday refused to enjoin the
city from widening Diamond street, as asked
by the Howard estate heirs. He decided that
the city had a right to widen the street and
that such a widening is a new improvement for
which local property can be assessed. The
serious question raised by the proceedings, he
raid, was that assailing the constitutionality of
the 6trect act, under hich th'e improvement is
Bought to be made. The act did violate certain
provisions of the Constitution if it is not saved
by the power of the Legislature to classify
cities and legislate for them. The Supreme
Court has decided that there can bo three
classes of cities, so this cannot be doubted.
Judge Ewing cited a number of cases where
this had been upheld and then refused the in
junction with leave to the complainants, on an
attempt of the defendants to take actual pos
session of the property, to move the Court for
MRS. M'COXNELL WINS,
Bui the Supreme Conn Will Ilear the Case
Arsucd This Month.
The case of Matilda G. McConnell vs Reese
Lindsay was decided by Judge Ewing yester
day in favor of Mrs. McConnell in the sum of
$32,000. The case was an amicable one. Lind
say boughta piece of property in the East End
from Mrs. llct'onnell. who had inherited by
will of Mrs. Emeline Gros, widow of the late
A. H. Gross. Under the provisions of the will
it was doubtful if Mrs. McConnell could give a
clear title, and the suit was brought to decide
this point. Under an agreement the case was
at once appealed to the Supreme Court, and
will be argued in the last week of this month.
This will set at rest the title of the large Gross
tttate in the East Liberty Valley.
TO RESTRAIN THE B. & O.
Braddock Citizens Claim the Road Is En
I croncblnz on Public Property.
A bill In equity was filed yesterday by the
borough of Braddock against the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad Company. It was stated
that the railroad company, whoso tracks ex
tend along Halket street, have, without au
thority or right, been gradually encroaching on
the balance of the street. They now have an
additional track all along the north side of the
street, and propose to put one along the south
side. An injunction is asked for to restrain
them from lajmg the track on the south side,
and a decree to compel them to remove the
track on the north side.
To-Day'a Trial Lisis.
Common Pleas No. 1 Barton vs Smith et al;
Ifonnine, executor, vs Bauersmlth; Davis vs
Allen et al; Lewis vs Katz; Stout et al vs
Pierc6, administratrix; Cills vs Lang et al: Bar
rett vs Russell; Elton vs Williams; Allers vs
Bierlem et al; Schomaker Furniture Co vs
Younker: Kinsey vs Sauer; O'Connell et ux vs
Balph; Glewvs Jones; Schaviscat Machine Co
Common Pleas No2 RalsbonsevsDuquesne
Natural Gas Co.
Criminal Court Commonwealth vs Joseph
Chnsticwisg: Mary Kamp, Patrick Manicn,
Dennis Davis, Thomas Aldridce, Kate Schi
mile, Kate McAully, Mary Vick. John Bur
ran et aLJohn Rodgers, John Hanlon, Eu
gene Holdner. Pauline Keller, Antonio Pauline
etaL Louis Fleming, Ella Crossby, Jennie
McCormack. Thomas Kearney, Isaac Jones,
Charles McClure. Alexander McCune, Mary
Conrad, Charles Carter, Phillip Keller, Ed. Mc
Donald, George McCagon, William Weimer.
1 Wltnt T.airyers Hnve Done.
i ? THE 8Dit' ot s)BOn EoU gainst Henry
Petrie, an action on an account, a verdict for
67 46 for the plaintiff was given yesterday.
Bart Turnky was found guilty of assault
and battery on Christ Bickelbart
Sarah A Savage, yesterday, entered suit
against David Lindsay for 55,030 damages for
James P. Sterrett was appointed commis
sioner in the divorce suit of Daniel Nash
against Harriet Nash.
A VEKiiiCT for the defendant was given
yesterday in the suit of A. J. Pentecost against
Frank Eatmaier, an action on an account.
A verdict for J176 92 was given for the
Iilaintiff, yesterday, in the case of George
twin against Philip Wensell, an action on an
Johk Fkllioas-, tried for aggravated
assault and battery on John Pelucher, was
found guiltv of simple assault. He was fined
six cents and costs.
O. P. Robertson, Esq- yesterday was ap
pointed commissioner to take testimony in the
suit for divorce brought by Mrs.Rankin against
her husband. Dr. Rankin, ot Allegheny.
In the case of B. F. Stewart, the colored
barber, against Alderman Porter, to recover
damages for alleged illegal fees collected, a
rnle was issued yesterday, on Stewart to show
cause why the case should not be quashed.
The suit of Thomas White against John
Dawson, to recover damages for injury to
property caused by Dawson building a dam in
Bull creek and the water overflowing White's
land, is still on trial before Judge Ewing.
The case of the heirs of James Marshall
against the Second National Bank of Alle
gheny, to recover stock pledged by James
Marshall, Sr., which was decided Saturday in
favor of the Marshall estate, was appealed
yesterday to the Supreme Court.
W. H. HOLMES ib SON,
15S First Avrnac nnd 120 Wnter Street.
"holmes best" instituted in 1858.
Attention is directed to the very fine stock
or whiskies carried by this bouse, compris
ing Holmes, Gibson aud Finch of all ages,
selected in a careful and consistent manner
for family and medicinal purposes. It is
also the headquarters for all the leading im
ported goods, viz: French brandies, wines,
gins, rums, cordials and champagne of un
doubted character and worth. The specialty
of the house is "Holmes Best," a whisky
put on the market 31 years ago, the standard
of which has been sustained in a marked de
gree ever 6ince. Testimonials of its purity
and excellence nave been furnished by Uov
ernment officials and chemists, whose in
dorsement is unimpeachable. Physicians
likewise recommend this article as a stimu
lant ol great worth in cases of typhoid fever
and disorder of the digestive organs. A
remedial agent so dependable is surely a
boon to convalescents. The fame 01 .Holmes
Best hag reached beyond the seas, and visi
tors to the great Exposition at Paris have
been supplied with the genuine article
through Mr. A. D. Gaillard, No. 30 Boule
vard des Capucines. This foreign agent
testifies in an emphatic manner regarding
its popularity, not only among Americans
and Britons, but has found that the true
Parisian has learned to use and enjoy it as a
very excellent American drink.
The Chicago branch of Messrs. "W. H.
Holmes & Son is at No. 261 South Clark
street, and the citizens of the Western me
tropolis unite with Paris and Pittsburg in
their indorsement of this favorite beverage.
Visitors to our own Exposition and fami
lies in our midst should not fail to seek the
aid of W. H. Holmes & Son in supplying
their wants in this direction. Anything
needed can be ordered by mail, or telephone
No. 305, and every attention will be given
toward meeting their wants promptly and
A Bargain Fine Upright Piano 8190.
A magnificent 7-octave upright piano,
with very latest improvements, excellent
tone and richly carved rosewood case. This
instrument is in perfect order, and
will be sold, fully warranted, for $190.
Also three excellent square pianos and
two organs of the most celebrated makers at
enormous bargains. Call at the music
store of J. M. Hoffmann & -Co., 537 Smith
field street. , '
Agents for the unrivaled Sohmer pianos,
Colby pianos and Hallet & Cumston pianos,
Newman Bros. ,snd Pelou'pet reed , pipe or
ganfir ' " '
Victory for the New No. O.
At the Exhibition TJniverselle, Paris,
1889 (the great "World's Fair), the highest
possible premium, the only prize for sewing
machines, was awarded to the "Wheeler &
"Wilson Mfg. Co. Office If o. 6, Sixth street,
Notice to School Teachers.
A delightfnl ride to Lloydsville (Rhodo
dendron Park) over the Alleghenies will be
afforded to all those who desire such by the
Pennsylvania Railroad Company Saturday,
October 12, 1889. A special train will leave
Union station at 8:10 a. m., stopping at East
Liberty, "Wilkinsburg, Swissvale, Braddock
and points East, arriving at Altoona at noon,
where stop will be made for dinner, arriving
at the park at 1 p. M. Fare for the round
trip 53 00.
Anyone Can Call
At our store to-morrow, and with 513 secure
one of those elegant kersey overcoats, which
have completely taken the attention of every
nobby dresser in the city. Bear in mind
that they are worth reaUy 523: price to-day,
S13. P. C. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
IfOoL! Piano Very Cheap.
5175 cash will buy a nearly new upright
piano, full 7J octaves. Call at once if" you
wish to secure a bargain.
Echols, McMueeat & Co.,
123 Sandusky street, Allegheny.
Flannel NIsht Shirts and Pajamahs,
Also bath robes in Turkish toweling and
flannel a large assortment here in our
men's furnishing department.
JOS. HOENE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
Wainwright's pure beer is justly
esteemed for its delightfnl flavor. No bad
effects can possibly arise from using it freely
Kept by all dealers, or may h ordered di
rect. Telephone 6525. Tusu
A Positive Fact.
C. A. Smiley & Co. have the fine trade of
this city in gentlemen's hats. d
Extea good value in ladies' cloth, 62
in. wide, 60c a yd., worth 80e; all leading
colors. Hugus & Hacke.
Exposition "Watch for Wagner's great
"Albumblatt," by the Thirteenth Begiment
Stilish New Capes
With accordion pleatings just opened at
Hosenbaum & Co.'s.
Fbatjenheim & Vjxsack's Iron City
beer grows in lavor every day. 'Phone 1186.
A Positive Fact.
C. A. Smiley & Co. have the fine trade of
this city in gentlemen's hats. x
Natural Gas Bills Reduced 75 Per Cent.
O'Keefe Gas Appliance Co.,34 Fifth av.
Cabinet photos, $1 per doz. Lies' Pop
nlar Gallery. 10 and 12 Sixth st. TlSu
Featjenheim & Vilsack's Iron City
beer grows in favor every day. 'Phone 1186.
Exposition Hear the "Palms" trom
bone solo by Innes, of the Thirteenth Regi
In novelty combination patterns we are
showing some handsome new effects at
$12 50 and 15 each.
ttssu Hugcs & Hacke.
A Positive Fact.
C. A. Smiley & Co. have the fine trade ot
this city in gentlemen's hats.' , d "
. . . ? . ... v
On account of the sale of a poition of our
nursery land we are compelled to remove
the trees thereon, and in order to dispose of
them quickly we offer a reduction of 30 per
cent from regular prices. Persons placing
their orders within 30 days will be entitled
to this, and can have the trees delivered any
time until April 20, 1890. This stock is
very fine, and consists ot shade and orna
mental trees, from 6 ft. to 30 ft. in height;
maples, elms, birches, chestnuts, alanthus,
honey locust and Carolina poplars, the best
city street tree known; evergreens for the
lawn and hedges, and many desirable stand
ard and dwarf fruit trees, grapevines, flow
ering shrubs of large sues, hardy plants,
etc Persons intending to plant are invited
to see them. B. A. Elliott Co.,
54 Sixth st, Pittsburg, Pa.
Nurseries: Perrysville ave., on line of
electric cars. Tu
Took First Highest Prize at the Paris Ex
The cut glass made by T. G. Hawker, of
Corning, N. Y., took the highest prize at
the Paris Exposition, acknowledging it to
be the finest cut glass made in the world.
We are sole agents and have a beautiful as
sortment at our new store, 37 Fifth ave.
Wattles & Sheafeb, Jewelers.
Best Values In All Wool Ribbed Underwear
In ladies' undtrwear department also in
French cotton and pure silk ribbed vests.
Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Do Von Want to Know
Where to find the best assortment of gentle
men's hats ? Try C. A. Smiley & Co. D
Visitoes to the Exposition, don't fail to
call at Steinmann's and see the most elegant
line of new novelties in jewelry in the two
cities, at lowest prices. 107 Federal st. TT
24-in. plushes, 75c. 1, $1 25 and 51 50 a
yd.; the best values shown; all the new col
orings. Hugus & Hacke.
S3. 32 50 and 83 Hats in All
The latest shapes at C. A Smiley & Co.'s.
Exposition Hear the "Palms" trom
bone solo by Innes, of the Thirteenth Begi
Stetson's Renowned lints
Always to be had at C. A. Smiley & Co.'s.
Stylish Now Capes
With accordion pleatings just opened at
Bosenbaum & Co.'s.
Fbauenheim & Vilsack's Iron City
beer grows in favor every day. 'Phone 1186.
Natural Gas Bills Reduced 75 Per Cent.
O'Keefe Gas Appliance Co.,34 Fifth ay.
Cabinet photos, 21 per doz. Lies' Pop
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st. ttsu
THE ANNUAL MEETING OP THE
stockholders of the Pennsylvania Salt
Manufacturing Co. will be held at their office.
No. 115 Chestnut st, Philadelphia, on
WEDNESDAY, October 23.1SS9, at 12 o'clock
noon, for the election of seven directors for the
ensuing year, and such other business as may
be brought before them.
AUSTIN M. PURVES, Secretary.
CHARLES E PAYNE, Attorney-at-Law. 173
ESTATE OF WM. A. PAYNE. DECEASED.
Notice is hereby given that letters testa
mentary on the estate of Wm. A. Payne have
been granted to the undersigned, to whom all
persons indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment, and those having
claims against the same should make them
known without delay. D. H. WALKER.
sel7-62-TU Option, Pa.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
L application will be made to the Governor
of Pennsylvania on THURSDAY, October 31,
18S9, by Charles 0. Smith, A. Clark DrW
Dominlck 0. Cunningham, Abner U. Howard
and Robert Cunningham, under the act of As
sembly entitled "An act to provide for the in
corporation and regulation of certain corpora
tions," approved April 29, 1874, and the supple
ments thereto, for the charter of an intended
corporation to be called Pittsburg Consoli
dated Window Glass Company, the character
and object of which Is the manufacture and
sale of window glass, and for those purposes to
have, nossess and emov all the richts. benefits
L and privileges of said act ot Assembly and sup-
PittSBUBG. PA.. Octobers. 1889.
NOTICE IS HISREBY GIVEN THAT THE
report of viewers on the paving and curb
ing of Boggs avenue, from Bailey avenue to
south line of property of Louis Nepe, has been
approved by Councils, which action will be
final, unless an appeal is filed in the Court of
Common Pleas within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. B1GELOW, -Chief
of Department of Public Works.
PITTSBUBG, PA., October 3, 1889.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
report of viewers on the grading, paving
ana curbing of Cargill street, from Thirty
third street to Jewel street has been approved
by Councils, which action will be final, unless
an appeal is filed in the Court of Common
Pleas within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PrrrSBUBG, PA.. October 3, 1S89.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
X reports of viewers on the opening of
Riverside street from Maloney alley to South
Main street: Tripod alley, from Meadow street
to Shetland street; Post street from Forty-second
street to Forty-fourth street; Garden alley,
from Main street to Brown alley; Rural street
from Hiland avenue to Negley avenue, and
Hampton street from Hiland avenue to Neg
ley avenue, have been approved by Councils,
which action will be final unless an appeal is
filed in the Court of Common Pleas within ten
(10) days from date. E. M. BIGElfc) W,
oc348 Chief of Department of Public Works.
" OCTOBEB 3, 1889.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Bureau of Health of the city of Pitts
burg has this day established and provided,
and doe hereby designate the foot of Seven
teenth (17) street in the city of Pittsburg, at
the Allegheny river, and Clark's dumpboat,
Immediately above the north end of the South
Tenth street bridge, in the city of Pittsburg,
on the Monongahela river, as the places where
are to be received and deposited the contents
of all privies as tbey shall from time to time be
cleaned and emptied, and all other offensive
substances found upon the public higbwav.
THOMAS W. BAKER,
Superintendent of the Bureau of Health,
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at the office of City ControUer
until OCTOBER 10, A. D. 18S9, at 2 P. M.. for
constructing an influent chamber at Bedford
pumping station. A bond of five thousand
($5,000) dollars, probated before the Mayor or
City Clerk, must accompany each bid. For
specifications, blanks on which bids must be
made, and all other information, apply at tho
office of Superintendent of Water Supply and
The Department of Awards reserves the right
to reject any or all bids.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PROPOSALS FOR WORK TO BE DONE
and apparatus furnished at Central Office
of Pire Alarm Telegraph.
Proposals will be received up until 2 p. m. of
OCT. 12, at the office of City Controller, forone
main switch board and all necessary electrical
connections on same, including galvanometers,
annunciators, testing apparatus, etc., accord
ing to plans and specifications on file with
Morris W. Mead, Superintendent Bureau of
Bonds in double the amount of the estimated
cost must accompany the bid.
The Board of Awards reserves the right to
ccept or reject any or all bids.
J. O. BROWN.
oc2-61 Chief Department of Public Safety.
PITTSBUBG. Pa., October 3, 1889.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
reports of Viewers on the construction
of sewers on Ellsworth and Center avenues
from Penn avenue to Euclid street; Mayflower
street, t rom Lowell street to Larimer avenue;
Larkins alley, from South Twenty-fourth street
to a point 160 feet east: Wilberlorce street from
Penn avenue to Ellsworth avenue; Beitler
street and Hiland avenue, from Shakespeare
street to Ellsworth avenue; Fifth avenue. from
crown east of Wilklns aveune to Amberson
avenue, and Shakespeare street, from Pennsyl
vania Railroad to Ellsworth avenue, have been
approved by Councils, which action will be
final, unless an appeal is filed in the Court of
Common Pleas, within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
tS"Ditplay advertisements one dollar per
square for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such at Wanted, For Sale,
To Zet, etc, ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken or less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transientadvertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except whore
advertisers already have accounts with THE D18
THOMAS MCCAFFKKY, 35g9 Butler street
EMIL G. STUCKEY, 2h street and Tenn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY &CO., Wylie ave. and Kultonst.
N. STOKELY. fifth Avenue Market House.
J". W. WALLACE, 61Penn avenue.
JACOB 8POHN. No. 2Carson street.
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carson street
A. J. KAEKCHEB, BO Federal street.
H. J. McBKIDE, Market House, Allegheny.
FRKDH. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENKY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES, Pennsvlvania and Beaver aves.
PEBUYM. GLEIM. Kebeccaand Allegheny aves.
W. W. FLOCKEK, Stationer. No. 4 Grant ave.
-fTT-ANTED-STONECUlTEIlS AND fcABOR
VV EK3 at Smllhfleld street bridge. J. FRI
WANTFD-TWO UNION BOX MAKEKS
immediately. JEANNETTE PLANING
WANTED-3 GOOD TIN ROOFERS IMMEDI
ATELY. C. J. AMMON, 56 Sblloh St., Pltts
bnrg, S. 8. ocS-43
WANTED-A LIVE MAN TO SOLICIT AND
sell real estate. J. K. COOPER & Co.. 107
Fourth ave. ocS-85
WANTRD-COAT MAK.ER3-ON.. CUSroMEU
work; also machine girl on pants; 2309
1LHA AVI- uto-o
TITANTEU - SALESMEN, EXPERIENCED
VV clothing salesmen. Inquire at 605 LIBER
TY ST., upstairs. ocS-60
WANTEU-A FIBST-CLASS COATMAKEK.
German preferred, by KODGEBS i. FKED
ItlCK, Latrobe. Pa. ocS-72
-YTTANTED-ONE FIBST-CLASS WOOIJ-TUB-V
NEK. Apply to W. B. MCLEAN, Thtrly
tuird St., near Webster ave. ocS-57
WANTED-3 FIBST-CLASS ENTERPRISING,
real estate salesmen; liberal commission.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
TTTANTED SALESMAN TO SELL GOODS BY
VV sample: good salary paid. Write to CEN-
TENNIAL1IFG. CO., Cincinnati, O., or Chicago.
WANTED-AT ONOE-2 GOOD TINNERS,
inquire at F.A.FKISHKOKN'S,Zellcnople,
Pa., or GUST FB1SHK.OBN, 47 Federal St., Alle-
TTTANTED-BANDS TO MAKE MEN'S,
VV boys' and children's coats. Apply at M,
OPPENBE1MEB 4 CO.'S, 713 Liberty St. and 712
WAIsTED A MAN WITH SIO.000 FOB A
good opcnlne for Investment In rolling- mill
business, with position if desired. AddrcsslRON,
Dispatch office. ocS-58
WANTED-DRIVER-(COLOKED) FOR BA
KOUCHE, to milk and take care or place:
good references wanted. Inquire 83 FOURTH
AVJ!, secona iioor. ocs-mj
WANTED-a FIBST-CLASS COATMAKEB
togoto Washington, Pa.; steady employ
ment and city prices. Apply to M. OPPEN1IEI
HER & CO., 713 Liberty st. ocS-1
WANTED-A RESPECTABLE YOUNG MAN
of neat appearance for our order depart
ment; position permanent for right party. P.
WAKD. room 2, 1030 Penn ave. oc8-76
WANTED-GENTLE3IEN Wno DESIKE A
wife or a lively correspondent to send their
address and stamp to THE AMERICAN CORRE
SPONDING CLUB, Uox3, Clarksburg, AV. Va.
TTTANTED-TOUNG MAN TO GO TO MEK-
V CEK, a?rd from IS to 19, to make himself
generally useful about a clothing store: Jewish
preferred. Call on or address A. LEVINO, Mer
.cer, Pa. ocS-73
WANTED -TWO MEN OF GOOD ADDRESS
can have a traveling position on salary to
solicit orders for portraits. Call at Hotel Albe
marle Tuesday at 9 A. ir. aud 6 P. M. and ask tor
WANTED-FOUE FIBST-CLASS MEN TO
canvas, salary or commission paid; also
two good collectors. Call between 9 ana 11 A. Jf
ELECTRIC PHOTO. COPYING CO., 10 and 13
Sixth St., top floor. ocS-80
WANTED-ENERGETIC MAN OR FIBM TO
sell advertising show cards and novelties
for New York house: liberal commission. Ad
dress or call Tuesday between 5 and 7 P. as., VAS
S1LIADES, fet. James Hotel. ocS-63
WANTED-KEL1ABLE LOCAL ANDTRAV
ELING salesmen; positions permanent;
special Inducements now: fast-selling specialties;
don't delay; salary from start. BROWN BBOS.,
Nurserymen, Kochester, N.Y. eel7-75-TTS
WANTED-AGENTS TO SELL OUR ELE
GANT albums on easy payments; these
albums are the finest In the city, ' and you can
make big money selling them. E. GATELY &
CO., 25 Federal st, Allegheny, Pa. 0C6-25-TTSO
WANTKD-MALE NTJBSE FOB HOSPITAL,
farm hands, man for hotel kitchen, hotel
housekeeper, seamstress, child's nurse, 60 cooks,
20 chambermaids, 100 house girls, dishwasher,
dining room girl, 3 nurse girls. ilEEHAN'B, 645
Grant street. oc8-D
WANTED-BUSlNESS MEN AT SMART'S
COLLEGE, No. 4 Sixth St.; expert book
keeping and balancing, arithmetic, penmanship,
shorthand and typewriting tangbt thoroughly for
ts per month to ladies and gentlemen; open dally
9 A. M. to 9 P. it. OC&-TT6SU
VTJANTED-MALE HELP-S80 SALARY, 0
VV expenses In advance allowed each month.
Steady employment at home or traveling. No
soliciting. Duties delivering and making collec
tions. No postal cards. Address with stamp,
HAFEB & CO., l'lqna, Ohio. ocS-6S-ttssu
WANTED-SALESMEN AT (75 PER MONTH
salarv 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
articular and sample case of goods free. STAN
ABD SILVEBWABE CO., Boston, Mass.
VV powder and pure spices; gifts with goods:
coke workers, miners or mlllmen can makemoney
in their spare time: special inducements to per
sons having established trade. YAMASH1BO
TEA CO., S3 Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa.
WANTED-CANVASSERS AND GENERAL
agents everywhere to sell a ladles' patent
adjustable shoe; over one million palrsoldln New
England; every lady purchases at sight; large
profits, exclusive territory. Address, with stamp,
TAYLOR ADJUSTABLE SHOE STORE, No. 19
Euclid ave., Cleveland. Ohio. ocS-78-TISSu
WANTED-AN AMERICAN LADY-WILLING,
quick to learn and well recommended;
salary S10 weekly; call after 9. E. W. WALKER
& CO.. 53 Ninth St. ocS-59
WANTED-LADY AGENTS FOR OUR NEW
Mcintosh raglan; superior cloth, in wide
stripes on outside; vulcanlted rubber on Inside;
close fitting: very Btyllsh; never spots: beautiful
as the finest cloth garment ever made, and is abso
lutely water-proof; agents sell six a day and
make 3; great opportunity: also fine line other
goods. Address E. H. CAMPBELL, 484 Randolph
St., Chicago. OC1-66-TI8
Illalo nnd Female flelo.
WANTED-AGENTS, MALE OR FEMALE,
In all country towns, to sell photograph
albums; latest designs for fall trade Just received;
big profits and quick returns to energetic agents;
write terms, etc. UNION PUBLISHING CO.,
103 Fourth ave. seZi-SO-TTFBu
"VTTANTEo-SITDATlON by FIRST-CLASS
VV D. E. bookkeeperwlth excellent references.
8HEPARD & CO., 64 Fifth ave. OC&-37
WANTED-A POSITION BY A YOUNG
man; any kind of work; good references.
Address G. 1'.., Dispatch office. ocS-37
WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN (20) OF FAIB
education a situation; out-door work pre
ferred; would like to work for teamster or general
delivery company; reference given. Address
LINN, Dispatch office. oc8-52
TfTANTED-SnUATION NOV.'l BY YOUNG
VV man aged 22, or good business ability: high
est recommendations from present and former
employers: 6 years experience ls bookkeeper;
good reason for changing. Address N. A., Dis
patch office. oc$-S2
Rooms, Bouse. Etc
WANTED-ROOMS, FURNISHED OR UN
FURNISHED, with board, for three and
baby; In good location, city center: first-class
references given and required. Address W. V.
!., Dispatch office. ocS-47
TTJANTED-BY SINGLE LADY, EMPLOYED
V V during the day. unrurnlshcd room in Alle
gheny, convenient to Western avenue cars (Arch
street preferred); best of references furnished;
small private family preferred. Address, with
terms, BOX 797. Pittsburg, Pa. oc8-78
WANTED-HALF INTEREST IN PHOTO
GRAPH business or a first-class artist to go
i?.1.0. Slf .bv?sInes5 wlu. me Address .PHOTO
GRAPH, DlBpatca olhce. , ' . .. ocS-49
TTTANTED -MORTGAGES OV IMPROVED
V I city property, in large or sman amounts, bee
W. A. HEBRON & SONS, 00 Fourth ave.
VV In sums to suit at 04, i and S per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, IS4 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
TTTANTED M0BTGAGE3 ON CITY PBOF
VV ERTY; over 4,O00; 4K per cent; no tax.
HENRYA. WEAVhR&CO., 82 Fourth avenue.
TV In large and small amounts at 4H. Sands
per cent, free of State tax; no delay. BEED B.
CO YLE & CO., 131 Fourth ave. ' my2I-eO
TTJANTED-TO LOAN MONEY ON MOBT
V V GAGES on Improved real estate In soms of
IS'io and upward at AH, 6 and 6 per cent. L. O.
FBAZIER, Forty-unhand Butler sts.
TTTAHTED-TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
V of 33,000 and upward, on city and suburban
luupercy, on v$ per cent, iree 01 tax; aisu suiaucc
amounts at a n
anu 0 per cent, jsiiauu. k haw.
85 Fourth avenue.
TTTANTED MOBTG AGES-SI, 000, 000TO LOAN
V V on city and suburban properties at H, Sand
S per cent, and on larms In Allegheny and aqja
eent counties at 6 per cent- I. M-PENNOCh. &
SON, 105 Fourth avenue.
WANTED-TO CORRESPOND WITH EAST
ERN party of some means and large exper
ience In negotiating coal lands; uo better prop
erties have ever been offered. Address P. O.
BOX 390. Kansas City. Mo. ocS-81
TITANTED-TO jAIAN 200,000 ON MORT
VV GAGES; tlOO and upward at per cent;
?500,000at i per cent on residences or business
property; also in adjoining counties. 8. H.
FREN CH, 125 Fourth avenue. oc31-eS4-D
TTTANTED-FARMERS TO BRING FALLEN
V V apples suitable ror cider vinegar to 170 Sec
ond ave. H.J. HEINZ CO. se2S-82-D
heat of rare will he taken of them. JOHN
HALLS, one mile from Hulton station. oc$-53
WANTED - FABMEBS WILL RECEIVE
cash for apples suitable for apple butter at
168 and 170 Secona ave. U. J. HEINZ CO.
TTTANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKEE'S
VV dozen (13) of Stewart 4; Co. '8 line cabinet
photos for il, at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
TTTANTED-SPAN1SH 8TUDENT3-AN EX
VV CELLENT opportunity for learning the
Spanish, lor business or commercial purposes.
Address C. A., Dispatch office. ocS-39-TTS
TTJANTED-TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
VV BEES to secure a fine gold watch for each
one in the club at 1 1 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX 601, and I will call and snow you the watch,
ANTED-SOBElt AND HONEST MEN TO
dpII nmhrellas. albums. blankets and silver
ware on payments In the city; good salaries paid
to persevering men. UNION CREDIT CO.. 103
Fourth ave. oc3-9S-mtwtf
WANTED-THE PEOPLE TO KNOW THAT
YEAGER & CO..70 Federal St., Allegheny,
will make cabinets of anybody during this month
for 75c per doz.; bring the little oucs; don't miss;
N o. 70 Federal St. These cabinets will not fade.
WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING FHO
TOGRAPHER, 96 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that be is making fine cabinets at tl 60 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised; instan
taneous nrocess. mnl3-63
FOR SALE-IMPROVER REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-BLUFF ST., NEAE COLLEGE,
new brick bouse, 8 rooms, hall, bathroom,
finished basement; all late improvements; lot 23
ft. 9 in. by 133 ft.; terms to sulL BOBT. COW
ARD, No. 20 Blutt st. aul-87-TTSSU
FOR SALE-DESIRABLE CENTER AVENUE
residence near Fulton st, ; one of tho most
desirable residence locations In the city: 9 rooms:
late Improvements. For terms see W. A.HERRON
&. SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. ocS-H-TUR
FOR 8ALE-CHATHAM8T..2-STOBY BRICK
dwelling, 6 rooms; also on rear of lot front
ing on State alley, 2 Z-storv frame dwellings, all
renting at t50o per year: price H600;, lot 20x96. J.
C. BULLY, 77 Diamond st. ocO-123
FOR SALE-OR WILL TBADE FOR A HOME
In East Liberty, a very desirable 2-story and
mansard brick dwelling, 9 rooms, with all modern
Improvements, Penn ave.. near Thirty-third st.
J. L REILLY, 77 Diamond St. octt-123
FOR SALE-FIFTH AVENUE, NEAR THE
market house, 2-story brick dwelling, 8
rooms, all modern conveniences; also frame
dwelling, 5 rooms. In the rear; terms reasonable.
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave.
FOR-. SALE-p,500, HATFIELD STREET,
Seventeenth ward, brick dwelling 5 rooms,
attic, hall, cellar, slate roof, side entrance; lot
20x75 feet to a paved 20-foot alley; easy payments.
L. O. FBAZ1EB, Forty-fifth and Butler sts.
FOR SALE-CLARK ST.. NEAK REED, ONE
of the finest dwellings on the Hill, contain
ing 10 rooms, with all conveniences, marble man
tels, fine chandelleri!, etc.; housenerfect In overy
detail; lot 20x120 to street. J. C. REILLY, 77 Dia
mond St. ocS-123
aat End Realaencea.
FOB SALE-H20O-COTTAGE 7 ROOMS, LOT
60x170; a nice property; excellent location;
near Hiland and Walnut. CHARLES SOMERS &
CO., 313 Wood st. ocS-75
OB BALE-OB TO LET-ON ELLSWOBTH
avenue, Shadyslde, modern-styled house, S
80 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-52,700. LIBERTY AVENUE. CON
VENIENT to cable line, new modern frame
dwelling 6 rooms, attic, nail, vestibule, inside
shutters, side entrance, slate mantel: lot2Dtloo
feet to alley; very easy terms. L.O. FRAZIEB,
Forty-fifth and Butler sts.
FOR SALE-ELEGANT 9-ROOM HOUSE;
large, handsome grounds; everything in pes
feet order: 10 minutes' ride by cable from center
of city: wlil take smaller house or rood vacant
ground la exchange; cheap at 110,000. CHARLES
SOMEBS & CO , 313 Woodst. oc8-77-TnFSSU
FOR SALE-HANDSOME BESIDENCE, JUfcT
finished, late style or architecture, reception
hall, 8 rooms elegantly finished, thoroughly lm-
F' roved, electric lights, cor. lot, 64x115 ft., 1 square
rom Shady avenue: onlv(7,000; terms reasonable.
W. A. HEBRON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
FOB SALE-SUMMERLBA STBEET, NEAR
Elmer, a 2-story Queen Anne frame of 8
rooms and finished attic, batb, reception hall; all
me latest improvements: lot 44X181 to an alley:
price very low: only 87,000; arealbargaln; you
BUUU1U OKV lh. AJJAVA Ot DA1U1S, UO
FOB SALE A NEAT BESIDENCE AND
good lot near Bnadyslde, 10 rooms, with bath,
w. c. natural gas and other essential conveniences
and everything In prime order; house almost new;
Jould exchange in part for a smaller property.
AS. W. DBAPE A CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pitts
FOB SALE-SJ00 CASH-BEMAINDER PAY
ABLE 8500 per year. Interest low on deferred
liaymcnts: neat new house, late style, well
finished and convenlenced; Btreet Improvements
made; centrally located in Oakland, near Firth
avenne cable line. W. A. HEREON SONS,
SO Fourth avenue. oc1-94-tuf
FOR SALE-P.700-GBOSS STREET, TWEN
TIETH ward, 3 minutes' walk to station;
new modern frame dwelling, 5 rooms, finished
attic, hall. Inside shutters, etc., grained and
nicely finished; lot 21xlu0 feet; 8500 cash, balance
long time and easy payments. L.O. FBAZIER,
Forty-fifth and Butler sts. oc5-30-Tnssu
FORSALE-fl0.000-FIFTHAVE., NEAK J U
MONVILLE St., modern 2-story and man
sard brick dwelling, 8 rooms, batb, laundry, pan
tries, nat. and art. gas, speaking tubes, 2 stair
ways, etc, etc. ; also 2 new 2-story 4 room frame
dwellings In the rear; lot 22x13): terms 13, 000 cash,
balance long time. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO.,
99 Fonrth ave. oc5-83-tts
FOR SALE-t9,O0O-RlPPEY STBEET CORNER
property; elegant new Queen Anne style
brick dwelling, 10 rooms, reception nan, etc.;
tile hearths, slate mantels, electric bells, gas.
water, etc.; handsomely papered and decorated
throughout; this Is a paved street and excellent
neighborhood: convenient to both cable lines and
V. H. B. SAM'L W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth
FO K S A L E-OAKLAND, FOURTEENTH
ward, a new 3-story and mansard brick dwell
ing, 8 rooms, bath, w. c, hall, laundry, etc,,
slate mantels, tile fireplaces and hearths, fine
chandeliers, both gases, city water and bouse
wired for electric lights, plate glass windows,
electric bells, good sewerage, street paved with
aspbaltum and paid for, beautiful shade trees in
front of house, a few minutes from cable cars:
price (8,600; a moderate cash payment and bal
ance long time; Immediate possession. SAM UEL
W. BLACK 4 CO. , 99 Fourth ave. se-4-D
FOB SALE-CHEAP HOMES, EASY TERMS
Your eholce of five new six-room frame bouses,
ranging In price from (1.600 to 82,200, situated in
Second ward, Allegheny; near Pleasant Valley
electric cars; you will buy cheaper now than next
spring, W. W. MCNEILL & BKO 105 Fourth
FOR SALE SMALL nOUSE AND LOT, AT
auction; No. 8 Taggart st, near Washington
ave.. Second ward, Allegheny, lot 20x43; frame
house, six rooms: rents for (18 a month; sale on
the premises Friday, Oct. 11, at 4 o'clock; bargain,
at 1,600; look at It and attend sale. A. LEGGATE
t SON, Auctioneers, 31 Federal st.. Allegheny.
FOR SALE-OR TO LET-IN BELLEVUE,
nice house, 6 large rooms, each 15x15, newly
painted and papered; lot 45x145: grapes, fruit
water, gas; (3,000. CHARLES SOMEBS & CO., S13
Wood st. ocS-76
FOB SALE-NEW FBAME HOUSE, 8 BOOMS
(4 rooms on a floor) and attic, on Edgewood
ave., Wllklnsburg; excellent location; lot 100x200
feet; only (6,600; this is a bargain for someone.
W. A. HEBBON & SONS, SO Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE LOTS.
business properties on all desirable sts.; all
sizes and prices; easy terms; many reasonable
bargains; send for property list. ALLES &
BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Telephone 167.
?' -. vC--TTTSSn, I
FOI SALE LOTS.
CltX Lota. ""
FOR SALE-LOTS ONBLUFF ANDVICKBOY
sts.. near colleger terms to suit. BOBT.
COWARD, 20 Bluff St. aul-87-R8SU
FOR SALE LOTS-HEAD OF TWENTY
SECOND Street Incline; we have the most
desirable lots In tbat vicinity: 25x100 for (230 each,
and your own 'time to pay for them. J. C
BEILLY, 77 Diamond St. ocS-123
East End Lota.
FOB SALE-LEVEL BUILDING LOTS
fronting east, 24X100 ft,, on Homewood ave,,
one square from Homewood station, P. R. B.;
terms easy. W. A. HEBBON & SONS, SO Fourth
FOB SALE-EAST END LOTS-(450 AND (500
each: good streets: high elevation; conve
nient to I. B. B. and cable lines; these lots are In
the fast growing part of the city: enhancement
sure. BLACK &BAIRD, 95 Fourth aye.
FOB SALE-THE CHEAPEST LOTS WITH
greatest advantages are the Banm Grove lots:
no extra cost for sewers, grading, curbing, stone
walks, etc; easy of access; prices low, terms
easy, and monev to build If desired. Soe MEL
LON BROS., E. K. or JOHN F. BAXTER,
Agent. 512 Smlthfleld .street. oc6-43-TTSu
TTHIR SALE-HEBBON HILL LOTS, THIB
X TEENTHward, fronting on Jlerron ave.,
Clarissa and Adelaide streets, 20x100 feet each:
these lots will enhance rapidly In value upon com
pletion or new traction line: prices (400 to (600
each: very easy terms: call or tend for plan. L.
O. FBAZIER, Forty-fifth and Butler sts.
ITIOR BALE-HEBRON HILL PARK, A BEAU
? TIFUL plan of lots In the center of tbe city.
Just at tbe terminus or the Wylle ave. cable line. Is
the place to buy a lot for abome or investment;
prices and terms very reasonable; grand view,
pure air, all conveniences; call or send for col
ored plan. BLACK A BAlRD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-IF YOO ABE LOOKING FOB A
beautiful residence place, buy a lot in the
Herron Hill Park, Just at the end or the Wylle,
ave. cable line, within 15 minutes' ride or tbe,y.
O. : elegant lot, 40x10 feet, fronting on wide street
and extending back to 24-root alleys; magnificent
view, pure air, all conveniences: call at office ror
colored plan. BLACK & BAIBD, 95 Fourth aye.
FOR SALE-THIBTEEN BUILDING LOTS,
being the balance unsold of 27 lots, fronting
on Wood's Bun avenue, near Brighton road; no
grading, no climbing of bills to reach them; will
sell one or all on easy terms. SAM DYER, 43
Park way, Allegheny. OC3-35-D
FOB SALE-LOTS AT A8PINWALL STA
TION, on the West Penn R. B., adjoining
faharpsburg, only 7 miles from Allegheny City;
prices lew; terms very easy; to those building on
lots at once great inducements are offered.. Call
for plans at W. A. HEBBON & SONS', 80 Fourth
FOR SALEA DESIRABLE FARM OF 233
acres, well located near Bakerstown. Alle
gheny county. Pa.; price reasonable; terms easy.
W. A. HERRON A SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. "
FOB SALE-FABM AT HAYSVILLE, ON THE
Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago BaU
way, 10 miles from tbe city; win exchange for city
Jiroperty or merchandise. A. J. PENTECOST,
13 Grant street. se24-3-TTS
FOB SALE-FABM 320 ACRES, WELL IM
PROVED, at station and good town; in best
wheat country In Dakota: would exchange for
mdse or other property. ED. W1TTISH, 410 Grant
St.. Pittsburg, Pa. oc5-D
FOE SALE-A GOOD PAYING GENERAL
storoata bargain: storeroom and dwelling.
For particulars address S. P. FOORBAUGH,
Glencoe, Pa. ocS-
FOR SALE-GHOCEBY STORE DOING NICE
paying business In growing town near city;
stock will run about $00. li ALIEN SPEKttEK &
WILLIAMS, 154 Fourth ave. OC5-53-D
FOB SALE-1N THE LIVELIEST TOWN IN
Western Pennsylvania tbe stock and fixtures
of the New York Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
Goods House, located at 135 Fifth avenne, Mc
Keesport, Pa.; can reduce stock to (X 000; posses
sion given at once. with a long lease; this Is a rare
chance; no better location In the city. Inquire at
135 Fifth avenue, McKeesport. F. S. GLEASON.
FOB SALE-2 FINE BAKERIES AND CON
FECTIONERIES, In excellent locations, large
grocery store In Pittsburg, (9,000 or invoice, doing
yearly business of (100,000; smaller grocery stores,
(400 to (3,000; cigar stores, small bakeries, confec
tioneries, boarding houses, drygoods and notion
stores, reed store, printing office and many other
business chances for males or females; free par
ticulars. SHEPABD&CO.,64Flfthave. oc3
FOR SALE-EXCEELENTMAN nPACTUBING
site near Fifty-fourth street, city, fronting
800 feet on Allegheny Valley Ballroad by 300 feet
deep to a street; one of the most eligible sites In
the city for manufacturing purposes; will sell at a
bargain on long, easy, payments: owner being a
non-resident, wants to sell. Particulars from
JAS. W. DBAPE A CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pitts
burg. Pa. oc5-67-MHg
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, dee.
FOB SALE-BAY MABE GOOD IN DOUBLE
or single harness; wt, LOOO and T years old.
4562PENN AVE, City. OC8-5C
Machinery and metals.
FOB SALE-ENGINES AND BOILEES-NlSW
and refitted; repalrlngpromptly attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY AN DMACHINE CO., LIM, ,
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29
TTIOR SALE -NOW -ONE SECOND-HAND
X! tenoning machine, 2 surface planers and 1
shaper.and new and second-hand engines, boilers,
lard kettles, tar tanks, 8Iemen valves, castings,
etc VELTE MCDONALD, Thirty-second st,
and Penn ave. Jv2l-9I-TT8
FOR SALE AT A GREAT SACBIFICE A
Henry F. Miller parlor grand piano, as owner
Is going West. Piano can be seen at H. KLEE
BEB&BBO.'S. Woodst. OC8-35'
PERSONA1, MALTBY'S OYSTEB DEPOT,
late 76 Fifth avenue, removed to 641 Smlth
rteld street; fresh oysters received dally; orders
filled at lowest prices. J. B. HEMMXRLE, Mgr.
PERSONAL-BOOKS! BOOKSI BOOKS!
New and old. ancient and Mouern. standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30,000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STOKE. 900
Liberty st. au3-93
PERSONAL-SICK, WEAK, NERVOUS MEN
and women permanently cured by tbe great
"Ta-va-zon Remedies;" read the miraculous
cures In "Herald or Health:" call or send t
sumps. DR. OBIFFI1H DRUG CO., 301-J07
Oram St., cor. Third ave., Pittsburg, Pa. ocS-88
PERSONAL HIS LOVE SUDDENLY RE
TURNED; recently tbey bad not been on tho
best or terms owing to a little famUy tar occa
sioned by tho wife Insisting on being allowed to
renovate his wearing apparel, and which, ot
course, was done In a bungling manner; In order
to prevent the trouble they agreed to send all
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor, C5
Fifth ave.. corner Wood St., second floor, and
now everything is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns in their household. Telephone 1568.
TH1RTEKNTH REGIMENT BAND
OP NEW YORK. y
F. N. INNES, Director.
HARRY LACY and the
" STILL ALARM,
Oct 14 J. M. Hill's A Possible Case Company
pRAND OPERA. HOUSE
HELEN BARRY, "A Woman's Stratagem."
October 14th,Rudolph Aronson Comic Opera
Comnany.ln "The Brigands."
HARRIS' THEATER-EVERY AFTER
NOON and evening.
WHjBUR OPERA CO. ) Tuesday
With J THE TWO
SUSIE KIR WIN. J VAGABONDS
Week October 14 SHE. oc&CO
TTARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
Tonight, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and
WORLD OF NOVELTIES. oc6-3
This week, Oct 7, ' j.
, ROSE, THE WILD GIRL. '
Octll-The Great World's Circus. ocWSru
3PTO LEf-rBBlCK'HOUBE OF BOOMS' AND
L. flulshed attic, bath, gas, etc ALEXANDER
LEE. 313 Wood st. ocS-60-Tus
mo LET -CHEAP ATEWJBEIUK HOUSE: 8
X rooms: lsqr. rrom Fifth avenue: only few
minutes walx from P. O. : (27 per mo. W. A.
HERRON iSONS, 80 Fourth ave. OC8-46-TTS
rrvr let-no. 1 seneca st., 7 booms,
JL natural gas; 6 rooms on corner Oranuvlew
ave. and Plymouth st, natural gas; 4 rooms on
WyUeave. alios, natural gas; 2 and 3 room on
Frances st with natural gas. near Center ave.
Inquire of WM. M. JOHNSTON, K Wylio ave.
East End Residences.
TO LET-BRICK DWELLING, BOOMS,
front and rear haUs and stairway, natural
J as, batb: 4 minutes to cable cars; (20 per mouth.
OHN ALLEN, 6218 Penn ave. oc5-94-TTS
rpp LET-HOUSK OF 14 BOOMS, STABLE
J- and outbuildings; large grounds; on Negley
avenue, near Penn avenue cable cars. Inquire of
HENBY BOB ERTS, at Oliver A Roberts Wire Co.,
TO LET-HOUSE OF 4 BOOMS, NO. 9 THOM
AS st. First ward, Allegheny. Inquire ON
TO LET-BOYLE STBEET, ALLEGHENY,
brick house 3 rooms and cellar, at (9 per
month: no water rent ALEXANDER A LEE,
313 Wood st OC5-S0-TU3
TO LET-SOME FINE UNFURNISHED
rooms suitable for housekeeping; 5-room
house; storerooms with dwellings, suitable for
hoteL Inquire at 44 FOURTH STREET.
rflO LET-FENN AVE. AND FIFTH ST.
X Elegant doable parlors, suitable for profes
sional men or offices; unexcelled location; Imme
diate possession. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO.,
99 Fourth-aye. oc6-12
TO LET-A LABGE AND WELL LIGHTED
basement cor. Federal and Isabella sts.,
Alleghenyonly (15 per mo. W. A. HEBRON &
'8QN3. 80 Fonrth avenue oc3-lS-Tra
TO LET-WILL CHANGE FRONT TO SUIT
the occupant: In good repair; N 0. 105 Smlth
fleld st . a good business stand and dwelling W.
A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
TO LET-WAREHOUSE JlEW,-STOEY AND
cellar, 40x80; poweceleyator: convenient to
Market at. : first class for any wholesale business.
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave.
TOET-FBONT STORE ROOMS ON CORNER
Penn. and Third, and corner Fourth and
Liberty, and rooms suitable for hotel; good busi
ness Bunas, inquires, jiuou.uav, 4-irronrtasi.
IO' LETj-ON PENN AVE., NEAK BIXTH
St.. apart of a good storeroom: renttB ner
mo.: a good chance foraconfectlonerv. dmzor
notion store. W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth
TO LET-FORTY-FIFTH ST. -GOOD CORNER
business stand, containing storeroom, 9
dwelling rooms, ball, cellar, etc.; good location
for butcher or grocery; shelving and counters
complete; rent low to good tenant L.O. FBA
ZIER, Forty-fifth and Butler its. ocS-30-Tnssu
TO LET-IN THE NEW BUILDING, CORNER
of Federal and Boblnson sts., Allegheny
(for business only), one large and elegant photo
graph gallery, two front communicating rooms
su 1 table for architect dentist etc. ; six front office
rooms In second and third stories. SAM DYER,
43 Park way, Allegheny. oc3-35-D
Offices. Desk Boom. &c
TO LET-IN STANDARD BUILDING LABGE
and well lighted offices, cheap; Wood, near
blxtb avenue. W. A. HEBBON & SONS. 80
Fourth avenue, oc5-45-TTS
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two or the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be found In tbe
city; rent (200 and (300 per annum. Including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam heating;
Apply between 10 ju H. and I r. x., or between
2 and 4 P.M. JT23-57
TO LET-8TOBE OB OFFICE BOOM, WITH
large vault suitable for Insurance office or
similar business, in Germanla Savings Bank
building, No. 419. Wood street; room formerly-occupied
by George Beineman as saloon, and now
temporarily occupied by the American Express
Co. ; It Is two steps below grade, making a first
class basement Inquire at THE BANK.
LOST-BILVEE-HANDLED UMBRELLA ON
Sunday evening, at Soho, from cable car.
Finder will please leave at FIFTH AVE. POWEK
HOUSE and receive reward. oc8-41
PROPOSALS FOR STEEL CASTINGS
for six-inch central pivot gun-carriages
for Navy Yard. Washington, D. C Septem
ber 21, lsaJ Sealed proposals indorsed "Pro
posals for Steel Castings; to be opened October
13, 1&9" will be received at tbe Bureau of Pro
visions and Clothing. Navy Department Wash
ington, D. 0 until 12 o'clock noon, OCTOBEB
15. 1889, and publicly opened immediately there
after, to furnish and deliver, at tbe Navy Yard,
Washington, D. C, about 215,000 pounds of
steel castings ford-inch central pivot gun car
riages, consisting of box slides, pivou, circles
and racks, pivot nuts, training-worm wheels,
elevatin&-worm wheels, clips and tracks. Blank
proposals, showing number, weight; ana physi
cal characteristics of each class of castings re
quired, together with blue prints of same will
be furnished upon application to the Com
mandant of tbe Navy Yard or to the Bureau.
Tie bids decided by lot The department re
serves the right to reject any or all bids not
deemed advantageous to the Government
JAMES PULTON, Paymaster General, TJ. a
PROPOSALS H-OR MATERIAL BE
QUIRKD for use In tbe construction, at
the iNavy Yard, Brooklyn, N. Y of the
machinery for two cruisers of about 3,000 tons
displacement each. Navy Department Wash
ington, J). C, Octobers, 18K9. Under authority
conferred by the act of Congress making ap-
gropnations for the naval service, approved
eptember 7, 1883 (Statutes at Large, vol. 26V
page 472), sealed proposals are hereby Invited
ana wiu ue-receiyeu at ima uepanment until A3
o'ciock noon, on wxunJuaxiAi, me otn aay
of November, 1889, for furnishing and deliver
ing tbe following classes and quantities of ma
terial at said navy yard, for use in the con
struction of said cruisers: Class SO. Fuel for
foundry. Anthracite coal and oven or kiln
coke, about 100 tons of each. Class 35. Pat
tern maker's lumber. About 37.000 feet
Class 33 A. Finished and rough-turned steel
shafting. Crank, thrnst and propeller shafts.
Class 33 B. Corrugated steel furnaces. FUty
six In ail. Class 33 C Condenser tube sheets
and packing. Eight tube sheets, about 80.000
glands, and about 35,000 cotton-tape packings.
Class 89 A. Anti-friction metaL Five thou
sand pounds. Class 89 B. Pig tin. Ten thou
sand pounds. Class 89 C Steel castings.
About 100 tons. Class 42. Pig Iron. Three
hundred tons. Class H A. Steel plates for
boiler Shells. About 200 tons, trimmed to
Bhape. Class 4443. Firebox steel and Hanged
plates. About 125 tons, trimmed t o shape and
Hanged. Class 44 C Steel rods, shapes and
forgings for boiler bracing; About GO tons.
Class 44 D, Steel engine forgings. About 100
tons, comprising connecting ana piston roas,
valve-gear, etc. Class 63 A. Boiler tubes.
About 8,600 lap-welded or seamless-drawn
steel tubes. Class 53 H. Condeuser
tubes. About 18,000 seamless-drawn brass
tubes. Class 65 Steel rivets. Abont 30 tons
of open-hearth or Clapp-Gnffltb boiler rivets.
The tons of the material herein called for to
be of 1240 pounds earn. AH of said material
to be of such detailed dimensions, weights
and shapes as may be required, and to be deliv
ered at such place or places in said nayv yard as
may be designated by the commandant thereof.
The material to be delivered promptly in ac
cordance with the requirements of tbe sched
ule. All material to be of domestic manufac
ture, and to be accepted only after passing
such tests as may be prescribed therefor by
the Secretary of the Navy. Proposals must
be made in accordance wi:h forms which will
be furnished on application to the Bureau
of Steam Engineering, and any one or
more of the classes designated may be
embraced in the same proposal, but no bid for
a portion ot a class will be considered. Each
proposal most be accompanied by satisfactory
evidence that tbe bidder is able to furnish and
deliver the material for which he bids: also, by
a certified check, payable to the order of the
Secretary of the Navy, for an amount equal to
fivtfpercentof the bid. Tbe check received
from the successful bidder will be returned to
him on bis entering into a formal contract tor
the doe performance of the work and giving
bond for the Same, with satisfactory surety, in
a penal snm equal to twenty-flveper cent or the
amount of bis bid; but in case he shall fall to
enter Into such contract and to give such bond
within twenty days after notice of the accept
ance of his proposal, the check accompanying
such proposal shall become the property of
the United States. All checks accompanying
proposals which are not accepted will be re
turned immediately after tbe award shall have
been made. A schedule of the material re
quired and all other Information essential to
bidders will be furnished on application to the
Bureau of Steam Engineering, Navy Depart
ment Proposals mast be made In duplicate
and inclosed in envelopes marked "Proposals
for material for machinery of cruisers Nos. 7
and 8," and addressed to the Secretary of the
Navy, Navy Department Washington, D. C
The Secretary of the Navy reserves the right
to reject any or all bids, or the bids on any
class or classes as, in his judgment, the Inter
ests of the Government may require.
B. F. TRACY, Secretary of the Navy.
Walter j. osBoinurs. kiciiabdBabeows.
BARROWS A OSBOURNE
90 Diamond street
Telephone No. 812. au31-6-TTS
- .. S TTAVTf.TfYW . .
' riBAto 98 FIFTH'AVENTJE, &
PittsbaifrVFa, . ;ap8e-74-B4
!i '-. :im
DESLKAJSLE "n"f llll 1111 '
THUBSDAY,, OCTOBER 18,
at 4 O'clock p. K., oh tfce premises, .em"
Short, Liberty or Liffesier street, axtoesrtm .
waro, near iaww-ienHra nrem acm zm
Howard public soboolhonse; mast be set v , FI
close an estate; jet 90 jeemimt vs uiiuit, xo ;
cny orugonier sweet, aaa w jeet aeepia),
Snrinir alley, on wkk are ereeted two-4w-'
story brick houses, wttb finished baosmeetm, i
containing 0 roosu esea: ao two twosiwy
frame bouses, containing 5 roosas eaeh: ea mtr
01 said lot three two-story irame nwemnasy c , 7 j
4 rooms each, and a two-room frame oeMMM 's
this property will be eSered as a whole, or wW '
be sub-divided Into two parts: Firs Jmmst-i
dlately adjoining Howard public setoottoec-v
lot about 32 feeffrost oa Llgosler street ,
the alley 30 SaiOO feet, on whleh ate twetwa-4'V
(fwvfnm. himut A vnAraa nn nil And tfnas
cottage- Secoud Adjoining tee sewie. 1J
6SW.1UO feet on Llgonfer street, awt JVWUil - fi
oeep V3 spring auey, wish Kuaeaiuin aHVI
ua KMKU ttic knu kniawijr mn uuwjuh, v r g
near Penn avenue and Batter snoot tttitt--
roads, and in the immediate vtetBtty ec vartiM
manuiactoring eeiBonsaHieBia; mwajv
maaoing gooa reason; term ot we, 1
casn on delivery 01 oeea; nejasee m
ana three years, secured By Bona
on the nreniiees. For forteer
apply to L.M.EKNNOCK&SON. M81
avenne. Pittsburg. Pa or A. J.PMTJ
Auctioneer. 413 Grant street oe-i
' AUCTION SALE.
DESIRABLE PITTSBURG Y2QBW
AT AUCTION '"
THURSDAY, OCTOBER, M, ,!
at 2 o'clock P. TL, on the
the corner of Thirty-fifth
streets, Fifteenth ward. Host be.
close an estate. Lot 98 f 1 7 is. free
ier street, extending, along Thirty-
240 feet to Penn avenue; thence alesf.
a venue 79 ft 6K in. to a point; tbeaee M
in. toward Batler street to a Boiat; thai
allel with-Peaa avenne 34 ft to a MtM: 1
m 1 1 u.j in. to Butler street the pttwoef jl
tinning; on waicn are ereetee, aeaoB)
Penn avenue, 3 two-story briek hoesm.
finished basements. On Butler street. S
story irame nooses ana one frame
Thirtv-fifth atrnat ar R hrtatr and fx
Infra TTia alutm iiMA4hAt ..,. MftXK9
t ered as a whole, or will be sab-dime J
parts, to wit; LotTHItoin. onFe
extending back along Thirty-fifth street 1
cutier vi it v4. in-, on wmen are 3
brick houses, contalnine 6 room a
earn. Tie Rnrnnr Thfrtv.flftfa sad
.V..T.. ZT.kSVZ 5i iy.TTT. J&JW'-
o.iccba, njuiDitaiu.aiuu, uu aiuuui 1
extending aioae Thirty-Hi ta street
.C,UU NUIVU MQ V Vllb M Xttl IWVHkL -
a.. ,,. nhlnl. nA tL V U .d 4 A. A..
the same, a splendid boniHrm t
with 48 It 3 la-front on Batler street,
lag back, toward, Penn avenne 80 r.
These properties are situate between:
linevof cable cars on Penn avenue aac
ouch, wuveuieut h mtgo unaiHa m owl
si& m4ftilfi(Arnriir nnrnlil,rilm.i.Ml --J a
- . -M-.l . ... -,- - 1 .
favorably located for boeinee er ttdlf.
nouses, always commanding gooa rontaji.aeM
isdailyIncTea3inein.vaIne.aDd rannet 1swL"t
prove a good paying Investment laimtMi ,
sale One-third cash on delivery of deetg tfc
aiivo in j, a auu a years, aecurea py mi ova.
mortgage on we prefiuses. not lartMr :
mation amlv to I. M. PONOCK fc SOI
Fourth arenue.or A.J.PENTECOBT.41
street Pittsburg, Pa oeSr
BY" HENRY A.DCTION CO UK.
X AUUXIUN XllJUiUAX M.Oi
October 8. at 10 sham Parlor
sua: ana crtunea jnid, sue nan
atelle and tapestry, rep and hair ototk
easy cnairs, lounges, lancy roocezs,
bookcase, secretary and cabinet
ana aeso. one nail raclu, rrurtaisa.
gets, pictures, iinoieum, crnsecig
carpets, bedding, hair -and husk
mirrors, cablnetaoak,walnnt and cherry
Der suits, dressers, waraiooee,waw
steads, chairs and rockers, tables.
glassware, cusnes, toiletware.
clocks, pictures, tinware,, mattietlaew. I
also consignments of ladies' and eStldtsOTi
meu,-notioas, blaeilng, tea, ete etc;
tiv&saleto highest bidder. HeMF
HON CO., Auctioneers, No, oil Mwk
SIXTH 8TBEET, PITTSaOTW ti
i,iu aiuiuifliSiUaai iaa. -.a:,
uiassicai, ocienunc, ajuues' oemiBary, jiewi
Musical, Elocutionary, Business Consaeta
Shorthand departments. Send for new aa
logue. Correspondence with youagparsone j
siring a better education respectfully seitm
JAMES CLARK WILLIAMS, A. X,iei
TUTTSBURG ART. BCTHOnL.
T LISHED 1834. offers advantages otiafl
buuxuugu ausuvbug pqow .
.art, commnea witn prtvsne. jb-s
stnfction; each pupil saM
joint direction of Geerae' JM-j
zei (unsseidon Acaoeeryj,
w. ucaitv luanica Ai
Students who cannot attend
may enter for limited number
days a week. or prospectus aanress
JOHN W. BiLATTY. Pi
au368-Tns 413 Wood street P1J
THE OAKLAND PARrl
To be located on the Schesley estate, if
attracting purchasers to that locality, aa I
Oakland Square la so situated ttetCSI
while on a level with Fifth avenue, rt J
commands a splendid view that, cannot ,
be obstructed of the new park. We
hayfl the exclusive sale ot 2. handsetaa "
now brick dwelling In Oailaad Sqaar&A5'
The house Is just completed. buHt bjr JP&' "
day work and not by lowest bidder, aad.fji fi
Is complete throughout eight rooea.,3 -t j
hall. batb. etc.; laundry, ranee, tee V
mantels, handsome chandeliers, eieetrie' '
bells, tiled fireplaces; both gases and.
n,.w ir ,n .,,,.. f1.a ,...,..,0 fc t i
,..j ,..... ftA. K. nuauvvo, IM J !1
window, front and rear porches, street Ji
paved with aspbaltum, and sewered and?
paid for. All the houses faciei? ta?
square are set back from the street aad '"?
have lawns and shade trees In fn
Within half a block of Fifth
Price, 3,500; a small cash payment's
down and 8X0 annually is all that la rejj
quirea. xne oesc indorsement 01 taei
advantages claimed is the rapidity wMavi
which the rest of these houses sold. J
SAM'L W. BLACK & QM
89 FOURTH AVENUE. ; J
SESTH AVENUE DYE WORKS,!
i. my m$ & qoi
And general rei
dies' and genth
of every descri
of textile fabrieevla-l
soiled or faded gai mental
red fn color. Cartana
jrelullj attended te.j
M. MAY SONS & Co.
iell-TTS 68 SIXTH AVE- PittrimHr. HaSWR
mTTTJT AIT? TIT? ATTTT. -m
JL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCkATlStl
ot Allegheny is conducted on the baataril
latest improved methods, and offers ftfSt-4aMl
inducements to suDscrioers. fan InfnrmaltMl
will be given and subscriptions to Ma ataSI
receirea at tne store 01
JOHN Timrii' S
sel4-I4-TT3n 89K Federal st. AHeefceM
QM ALL EXPENSES-SMALL PRO l
ij c neuu,ii jou wansanne goa v
Fonrth ave.; mine Is food vet it
30 years ago at WILSON'S, Al Foanhfa
itiwuiuib ly Bivti, vw& oa jeweirv t
a nfMfAltv -
41 Seventh areww.- .jrJ
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