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HisfLawjers Try to Hold Whisky Ee-
sponsible for the Murder.
THE TESTIMONY AGAINST HIM,
Htjstrarjf Divides Honors With' Chicago
for Divorce Cases.
CASES BEFORE THE SUPREME COURT
Yesterday was taken up by the defense in
the Lee murder trial. The defense made
was that Lee was drunk when he fired the
fatal shot, and that his condition of mind
made him nearly a lunatic, as he had been
drunk for a week, and brooded over the fact
that Xatcher owed him money, and intended
beating him ont of it The defense called 25
witnesses. Among them were ex-Alderman
John Burke, T. J. Blackmore, H. H. Ben
gongh, and James Balph, -all of whom testi
fied to having seen Lee on the day of the
murder, and that he was intoxicated. James
Morrow, proprietor of the Crescent Hotel,
testified to having seen Lee at a soldiers'
meeting the night before the murder, and
that he was very drunk.
During the morning session Mr. Marshall
and District Attorney Porter had several
tilts over the manner of questioning witnesses.
Mr. Marshall, Jr., also complained to the Court
that Attorney Porter and Burleigh were smil
ing at the jurymen. Judge White did not pay
any attention to the charge. In the afternoon
Stenographer-Reno testihed to the correctness
ol his report at the hearing before the Coroner,
where witness J. H. Lytle stated that it was
Mr. Katcher who invited Lee into the back
office and that Lee was under the influence 01
The prosecution then called Joseph D. Pol
lock. W. H. McCluskey, Wm. McKain, H. H.
Marcy, Esq., and Hoger O'Mara as rebuttal
witnesses, and they all testified to having seen
Lee on the day of the murder, and that he did
not appear to be intoxicated.
Win. P. Bennett, the printer and bookbinder,
was called and testified that be was in Catch
er's office one night when Lee was there, and
that the defendant was speaking of the intelli
gence of his horse, and in order to show it
called the horse which was standing
outside at the curb. The animal
in answer to the call walked into
the office and backed out again when told to do
ex Mr. Lee was sober on that night. Mr.
Burleigh stated that this evidence was offered
to show that the act of Lee in taking his horse
into the house was not because of drunkenness
on the part of Lee, but had been done fre
quently before. This closed the testimony, and
Judge White, on being informed that there
would be two addresses by the prosecution and
two by the defense, stated that each speaker
would be given one hour.
THE MAJOR'S SPEECH.
Major E. A. Montooth then opened for the
prosecution, and it was evident that the Major
intended to make the speech of his career.
The courtroom was crowded, many ladies being
present as spectators. In opening his speech
Major Montooth stated that he would try and
say nothing that would personally injure the
defendant, and he would much rather be on the
other side of the case. The speaker then took
np the testimony and in a masterly way argued
on that, confining himself altogether to that
part, detailing the testimony word for
word. George Elphinstone, Esq., followed
for the defense, and after reading
the law of 1791, defining crimes
and fixing the punishment, he argued that the
evidence clearly showed that Lee was drunk
when be fired the fatal shot. Mr. Elphinstone
probably made a telling address. He was care
ful and deliberate. His method was so fixed
that he had the closest attention from not only
the jurors, but the Court and spectators. Not
a point in the testimony was overlooked. It was
not an attempt at showy oratory, but a clear,
logical statement of facts given in an argument
At 5:30 court adjourned. Mr. Elphinstone
will finish his speech this morningand will be
followed by District Attorney Porter and
Thomas M. Marshall, Br.
TRUBY SHAUL ON TRIAL.
Inspector AfaAltfeve Bmr -There An 700
Speak-Enkle In the City.
The trial of Police Officer Truby Sbaul for
feloniously shooting and wounding James
rioriiz1e uUatter was resisting arrest, Is
still on before Jndge Mageao A number of
witnesses were produced yesterday 'who testi
fied that they thought Shaul was drunk at the
time of the shooting. Several testified to hav
ing seen him go into "speak-easies" on Second
avenue while on duty. Officer Shaul denied
having been drunk or that he ever drank on
duty. He, .had gone into speak-easies. but it
was because he had orders from the Inspector
to do so, to gather evidence. Police Inspector
McAleese and Captain Silvus testified that
Sbaul had orders to go into any place where
liquor was sold without a license. They also
saidtbey had seen Shaul within 20 minutes
after the shooting. He was perfectly sober and
he was ordered back on his beat.
When Inspector McAleese was on the stand
some interesting information in regard to
"speak-easies" was elicited in an incidental
way. In response to the cross-examination of
General Blakely, the prosecuting attorney, the
Inspector said that there are over 700 places in
the city where liquor is sold without a license.
He has a list of them, containing the names
and locations, and positive evidence in each
As to Yellow Row," on Second avenue, near
where the shooting occurred, there are, in and
about It; from 20 to 25 "speak-easies." This
evidence, coming positively from Inspector Mc
Aleese when on the witness stand and under
oath,' when taken in connection with a recent
utterance or Judge White in court, is interest
ing. 'His Honor said that he did not believe
there was nearly as much illegal liquor selling
going on as the police authorities and news
papers tried to make ont The speech had evi
dently been called forth by a publication a
short time prior to the effect that there were
nearly 8J0 "speak-easies" in the citv.
MBS. SHALER'S WILI
She Gives the Estate to Her Children No
The will of llary.Ann Shaler, widow of Judge
Bhaler, was filed for probate yesterday. Her
executors she names as James H, and Charles
Bhaler and John M. Kennedy. The Instrument
Is dated June 17, 18S7. .By It they are to invest
enough to produce K.460 annually, which is to
be divided equally between Eliza M. and
Eleanor K. Bhaler, her single daughters. The
balance is to be divided between James H. and
Charles Bhaler, Lucy McD. Hodges, wife of
VT-1- ,'Poac?s nd Lonlsa -eo. -wife
of John J. Allen. Incase one of her unmar
ried daughters dies, tbe other is to get tl 500 a
year, and the balance of the $2,400 in revenue
is, to be divided equally among the other heirs.
In case one of them becomes married, the same
amount Is to go to the remaining single daugh
ter and tbe balance is to be disposed of the
same way. In case both get married, then the
estate is to be divided equally among the six
Grler Makes a Plea.
.Samuel C. 'GCer yesteraay filed a plea in the
suit brought against him by the Iron and Glass
Dollar Savings Bans. The suit was to open up
a judgment obtained against Grier in 1877
Grler, in his plea, states that he filed a petition
in the United States District Court in April,
1877, and .was declared a bankrupt and ais
charced from all hls deDts- The judgment held
. against him by tbe bank was obtained before
that, and he claims that the bankruptcy pro
ceedings bar the action. He was discharged
-from' bankruptcy September 26, 1SS9, and the
petition to open the Judgment against him filed
' "s Denies) Any Prand.
. JranKVKeed, President of the Chartiers
Creamery Company, filed an answer yesterday
ltf the suit eff that company brought in equity
to set aside a Judgment note for 15.403 given
byiReeiltO SaranBeed, his mother. The com
'nany claimed tbe act was fraudulent, and th
note exhausted the assets. They also aver the
business of the company was mismanaged,
which brought about their insolvency. Reed's
answer denies all this, and says the note was
given to offset a debt of 20.000 for 200 shares of
stock purchased by Mrs. Beed, which she paid
for in lull, .and that the company was indebted
- U h Property Taxnblcf
The "West Pittsburg Gas Company yesterday
'filedan answer to tha municipal. Hen lodged
' against it by tbe city for taxes. The answer
; states tnat toe company is a corporation
'formed for the purpose of supplying artificial
igasror the streets and. individuals. Their
Snropertr. lot. buildings, machinery, etc arainat
ihich the lien was filed, are held to be n.irt nf
-Jltlie'cipital stock, sot taxable as real estate.
To. Day's Trial List.
rlmlnii Court Commonwealth vs Charles
ggather, Frank CarrolL Margie Duns.
ananas, ' 1 ,i
William Dean, Robert Clark, Frahr Hellner,
Robert Bulnier, Florence Donaldson, Laura
Bailer, Minnie Flemlnc. Christ Anderson. An
drew Schoetx, Louis Hilke. John Lutx, James
Florence, Henry SchiUIng. L, barker, James
Kalsten, James Nellls, Nancy Brown.
SUPREME COURT ARGUMENTS.
The Old Shot-tower Case and a Number of
In the Supreme Court, yesterday, an argu
ment was beard in the case of George Grautz
against William G. Price and others. This is
the well-known shot-tower case, and is the
second time it has been before the Supreme
Conrt. The suit was brought bv Grautz to re
cover damages trom William G. "Price Co. for
sickness in his family caused by lead poisoning,
resulting from poisonons vapors emanating
from the shot-tower of Price Co. At the
first trial of the case Grautz received a verdict
of $700. The Supreme Court ordered a new
trial, and at It the si me verdict was rendered.
Price & Co. again appealed if -on an error to
Common Pleas No. 2.
An argument was heard in the case of B. F.
Reynolds against William Bralthwaite and
wife, appealed by the defendants on an error
to Common Pleas K cl "The suit was a con
troversy over the respective rights of the par
ties to lay water pipe from a spring to their
grounds 1n Plum township.
An argument was heard' In the case of the
Allegheny Valley Railroad Company against
u. U. Dickey and James verner. appeaiea oy
the railroad company from Common Pleas No.
L The suit was an action in ejectment brought
to recover a piece of land in Verona borough.
The case of T. H. B. Patterson against the Ma
rine National Bank, appealed by the bank from
Common Pleas No. 2. was argued. The
suit was trought to recover On a check
issued by Patterson and refused "by the bank.
The plaintiff bad been agent for the Patterson
estate, and deposited money in' the bank as
agent Patterson was discharged as agent,
and the bank refused to :honor bis .check for
the money be bad deposited as agent, having
been notified not to do so by the heirs of the
estate. Patterson sued and recovered the
money, f 1,515 53, and the bank appealed. Mr.
S. B. Schoycr appeared for tbe hank.
An argument was heard in the case of the
Oil Well Supply Company. Limited, against
the Excbance National Bank of Fittsbnnr. an
nealed by the plaintiff on an error to Common
Pleas No. 2. The suit was an action on a note
An argument was heard in the case of James
Mills against Byrne A McCabe,an action for
debt, appealed by Mills on an error to Common
Pleas No. 2. An argument was heard in the
"treasure trove" case of John Watren against
John TJlrich, appealed by Clrichfrom Common
Fleas No. 1. Ulrich found J320 in an outhouse
on the place he occupied John Warren, ad
ministrator of George Warren, when he beard
of, the find, claimed that the money belonged
to George Warren, who had' formerly lived at
that place. He sued and received a verdict for
tbe money, and Ulrich appealed
The case of Brahm vs Schwartz was argned
in Supreme Court. It is an error to Common
Pleas No. L Ludwig C. Schwartz sued to re
cover for personal injuries received by being
run over on North avenue. Allegheny, by a
wagon driven by an employe of defendant,
Simon Brahm. In the lower court Schwartz,
recovered $1,200. Jndge Stowe refused to take
tbe case from the Jury, on tbe ground that it.
was an accident and not carelessness, and the
fact is cited as error. "
AS BAD AS CHICAGO.
Gaze on the List of Unhappy Marriages
Divorces Granted' and Wanted.
F. D. Thompson. Esq., yesterday filed the
testimony taken in the divorce case of William
C. Miller against Lydia X. Miller, which occa
sioned such a sensation among the residents of
Lawrenceville. Mrs. Miller became intimate
with John Filllnger, who boarded with Miller,
and finally eloped with him in January, 1SSS.
The pair, it is stated, went to Cincinnati, where
they are now living as man and wife. ;
The testimony was filed yesterday in the
divorce case of Frank Hancock against Eliza
J.JTancock. The couple were married in De
cember, 1878, and went to lire in Allegheny. In
March, 1879, Mr. Hancock had .to remove to
tbe country for his health and his wife refused
to go with him. She returned to her
parents and would never go lack to live
with him. It was stated that- she told a
frlepd that she would not live with her hus
band, because be wanted her to go to the
country, and she did not know what she mar
ried him for anyway.
The testimony was filed in the divorce case of
Selina May Pastorius against Wm. W. Pas
torins. The parties were residents of 11c
Keesport. Pastorius, It is alleged, deserted
his wife and went to live in .Brownsville with
A divorce was granted yesterday in the case
of Mrs. WllbemlnaRinkhoff against Ferdinand
Rinkhoff. The couple were married in 1863
and lived together for 13 years.' The wife
nnauy nao. to leave mm, it was alleged, on ac
count of cruel treatment.
Mrs. Katie A. Herbster.yesterdav sued for a.
divorce from Wm. F. Serbster.. ..She allured
cruel and barbarous treatment, non-support J
uiuiuuuijucauuuii. iuuu apuate rurocme
sued for a divorce from. Marie Josephine
Hirochle, alleging Infidelity. A suit for divorce
was entered by Fannie Jackson 'against Albert
Jackson on the grounds of cruel and barbarous
treatment. Mrs. Lillie M. Rodgers sued for a
divorce from Samuel A. Rodgers on the ground
THE BILL DISALLOWED.
Laymen Can't Charge Lawyers' Fees' for
Doing Legal Work..
An interesting decision, has been made bv
Judge Hawkins, of the Orphans'tourf. It was
in regard to the claim of a layman, or in other
words, one who is not a lawyer, against the es
tate of Luke Chapman for J30 for preparing
Chapman's will. Judge Hawkins refused to
allow the claim. He took the position that a
claim on the part of a layman for compensa
tion for preparing a will should not be allowed
for the reason that in a great many cases by
reason of the unskillful manner in which the
will was prepared, the intention of the testator
was defeated and the estate put to large ex
pense and costs.
This decision will affect many real estate
agents. Aldermen and other Unprofessional
men who have been in tbe habit of preparing
wills and charging regular attorney's fees for
What Lawyer Have Dour.
The Granby Mining and Smelting Company
yesterday entered suit against the Manufac
turers' Galvanizing Company' ;to recover
3,04S 57 on 18 promissory notes.
The report of Begister Connor forthemonth
of October was completed yesterday." It shows
45 letters of administration and 39 letters testa
mentary issued aunng me month.
William F- Hunter, of JIcKecsport. yes
terday pleaded guilty to selling liquor without
a license. He was fined $500 and costs and the
sentence of imprisonment suspended. B. S. P.
McCall was the prosecutor In the case.
AN application for an amendment to the
charter of the Uniondale Cemetery Company
has been filed. The desired amendment is to
the effect that tbe entire earnings of' tbe cor
poration be perpetually set aside for the preser
vation of tbe cemetery.
A bol in equity was filed, yesterday by
Henry Bockstoce and wife' against James L.
McKee and wife. It was stated 'that in 1883
Mrs,McKee agreed to give the' plaintiffs an
option to purchase a piece of property in Castle
Shannon for $1,800. A few days' ago they pre
sented tbe purchase money for tbe place, but
the defendants refused to. make the sale. A
decree is asked for to compel them to fulfill
A decree was made in Common Fleas No.
1 yesterday reversing the judgment of Alder-
man ftolan, in the cases of Samuel Dalzell and
IS others, who had sued the countyfr.rpayas'
deputy sheriffs. The men had been sent to
Homestead during the strike, but only re
mained in the town about five minute;. Fay
was refused them, and they obtained judgment
before Alderman Nolan. County Solicitor
Geyer appealed the cases, and the Court yes
terday reversed the Alderman's decision.
Disturbance of the Heart.
Heart disease is like an assassin, which creeps
upon you in tbe dark, and strikes you when un
aware. Therefore, do not overlook any uneasi
ness in tbe region of the heart or disturbance
in its action, but at once take Db. Flint's
Bexedy. Descriptive treatise with each bot
tle; or address Mack Drug Co., N. Y. mwf
An Easy Way of Savin p Money.
The saving in an ordinary family of five,
by using Walker's wax soap instead of any
ordinary soap, is fully 10 cents per week on
the actual cost of the soap, and probably five
times that amount on the wear and tear of
the clothes; estimating the total saving at
60 cents per cents per week, that wonld be
$31 12 per year, and in 25 years, with In
terest, would amount to $1,167. Ask your
grocer for Walker's wax soap. MWlhP
Gents and ladies, a very large assortment
of beautiful designs at Henrv Terheyden's
Jewelry House, 530 Smithfield st. . mwp
Ah, Thebe Colored dudes rgireu away
with $3 purchase and over.
Bust Bee Hive, Sixth and Liberty.
DolU Given Away -This
week to all purchasers in our infants'
department Fleishmajt & Co. .
GOING BACETO COAL.
Kich' People Threaten to Use Anthra
cite if Gas Goes Higher,
POTTING STOVES IN THEIR HOUSES.
And the Poor Claim Thej Will Take Eindiy
to Bituminous Again,
KATHEE THAN PAI liAS COMPANI BATES
It is jnst possible that a considerable trade
in coal may be gotten up with the Bast in
case natural gas companies persist in putting
in meters and patting price up. It is said
the demand for bituminous coal is growing
in the Bast, and it is well known that East
ern people will want more coke as the years
goby, and if we can trade bituminous coal
for anthracite, and mutually accommodate
each other, it may lead to good results.
Yesterday a man on Grant street re
marked that the coal trade seemed to be
growing rapidly daring the past week or
two, and said it must be accounted for by
the resistance to gas meters, bald Aider
man P. B. Reilly: "I don't think the trade
in bituminous coal has been greatly affected
as yet by the fight against the meters, bat
just wait until tbe first of January, and
then if the results are not better than they
promise now, there will be a rattling among
meters. I like natural gas for everything
except broiling, and will be loth to part
with it, but if it costs any more than it did
during the past quarter I' can get along
without it, and there are others who feel the
GAS KOT A NECESSITY.
"I have made a calculation, and find that
anthracite coal can be burned as cheaply as
gas, and with tbe same general results. It
isn't so convenient, of course; and if the fire
in your range is allowed to go ont on a cold
morning the kindling may try your temper,
but if the base burner "in tbe hall is kept
going through the night it isn't a very
serious matter to kindle a fire in the kitchen,
especially if preparation be made the night
previous, and all prepared and nothing left
but striking a match. Gas is a very clean
fuel, but, with the exception of the resultant
ash, anthracite is just as clean."
Inquiry developed the fact that a good
many people felt just as did Alderman
Beilly. Those who are able to afford the
purchase of anthracite coal burners will
have them, and those who are too poor to
stand the expense will go back to bitumin
ous coal, and feel but little put out by the
change. Like tbe French boy who, by a con
junction of accidents, was knocked out of
an anticipated sumptuous dinner until the.
make-up thereof was reduced to soupmaigre
and brown bread, and yet succeeded in sing
ing a roundelay with usual Celtic exuber
ance after his repast, poor people can re
gard sacrifices with more equanimity than
do the rich.
COAL A GOOD SUBSTITUTE.
Beside, a cheerful fire of good soft coal
isn't a very bad substitute for gas, and
"Western people who are forced either to use
corncobs or hickory wood, the latter at $6 a
cord, regard sitting by a bituminous coal
fire as the acme of bliss. The fact that coal
at $1 75 Der ton is within reach of the Pitts
burg public all the time will go far to pre
vent extortion in the price of natural gas,
except among some rich people who will
pay almost any price for comfort and deliv
erance from dirt.
It is intimated by some who are posted on
the subject that should the 'price of natural
gas go much higher capitalists will com
pete by making fuel gas, as it can be made
at a fair profit, with coal as cheap as it is
here, at the present cost to consumers of the
natural article. At present it cannot be
transported any considerable distance with
profit on account of the friction to be over-'
, w ,, ! nn,5n,r lBkin; ,,.
come, but there is nothing to hinder tbe es
tablishment of extensive coke works in thr
city, and some say they are confident thi
the difficulty at present' in the way of tranr
porting. gas Jai considerable distances vil
in time be overcome. In any event' itis
certain that the present and next genen
tions of Pittsburgers will not suffer seriousy
on the fuel question.
SHE TOOK THE WALLET.
An Old Lady Tried to Film Another, but
About 5 o'clock last evening as car No. 2i
of the blue line pulled up at the postoffici
corner, a young lady got out. After walk)
ing as far as the middle of Fifth avenue Bhe
suddenly missed her pocketbook. Officer
Grimes ran up to the Cathedral and caught
an old lady who was moving along very
rapidly. He asked for the pocketbook. She
threw it at him viciously, saying "There's 1
theold pocketbook, I don't want to keep j
He was about to arrest the old lady, but
the younger one begged that she be released.
No Longer In Donbt.
It is no longer a question but an absolute
fact that merit is a winner all the time.
Thrust an article of merchandise in the
open market and if it has not the qualities
claimed for it, it will live bnt a little while.
Soon, yes very soon, 'the people will brand
it n. g. Not so, however, with tbe real
thing, but quite to the contrary. If it is
what it is claimed to be,4bet same public
will indorse it by continuing its purchases.
So it is with "Klein's Silver Age Eye."
No better indorsement can be obtained than
the continued sale to those who have been
using it for years. Doctors and hospitals
have tried it and are still using it, "proof of
which, if wanted, can and will be furnished
aboundingly. Silver Age Bye being the
only displayed whisky at the Exposition is
another proof of its fearless position as a
standard old and reliable stimulant. "We
do not claim that it cures all diseases, but
we do know that it is an excellent remedy
for many. It is sold everywhere at 81 50
per full quart, "We also keep all the lead
ing Pennsylvania rye whiskies, full quarts,
6 years old, your choice for $1 00 per quart,
or 6 quarts for 55 00. "Wines, brandies and
gins at from 50 cents and upward. All
goods neatly packed and sent anywhere.
Send for price list, or call on Max Klein, 82
Federal street, Allegheny. mwp
EXCURSION TO BALTIMORE
Via the B. & O. Tt. R.
The B. & O. E. E. will sell excursion
tickets to Baltimore at rate of $8 for the
round trip, from Nov. 7 to 12' inclusive,
good to return until the 16th, on accouut of
the Catholic Congress. Trains leave Pitts
burg at8a.iL and 920 P. M.
For any article securing a high place in
public esteem must be that that article pos
sesses merit Solely upon real merit Frauen
helm & Vilsack's Pittsbarg beer has' taken
the lead in this market. No bad effects fol
low its use. Then, too.tit deserves recogni
tion because it is a product of home in
dustry. This Chilly Atmosphere
Demands that gentlemen protect themselves
against colds by changing thin clothes for
thicker. The celebrated Brokaw Bros.
New York tailor-made garments are beyond
compare the handsomest in the market.
Sold only in Pittsburg by -A. L. Sailor, cor.
Sixth and Market streets. wr
Ifyon hold a family ticket for Hendricks
& Co.'s photograph gallery, 68 Federal
street, Allegheny, use it and get a handsome
life-size Crayon for Christmas of yourself or
Gold Vest Chain,
10 to 14 carat, solid; yeiy handsome, and
sold at the lowest figures by Henry Terhey
den's Jewelry House, 830 Smithfield st
As a dressing and color restorer, Pabxxb's
Hair Balsaii never fails to satisfy. . -,
PAKintu'D Ginger Tonic alleviates taHef
tac, , .
A BITTER EELIGIOtJS FEELING.
Jnmea Henderson Talks on the SprlBgB1d
School Trouble Mtos Wolfs Still Ob
darate Will Not Tench.
The trouble continues at the Springfield
school. Miss Wolfe-, assistant principal,
remains obdurate in the position she takes,
and still refuses to teach the High School
class. Mr. James Henderson, who was the
prime mover in the' election of Miss Han
cock stated yesterday, to a Dispatch re
"I first suggested Miss Hancock for the
position of principal after" the election of
the present Board of Directors. There was
no undue'influence nsed to secure the posi
tion for her. Tbe only, Democratic member
or the board stated in an afternoon paper
that her position was obtained by reason of
Dr. McCready and Mr. Prank Armstrong
beinsr personal friends' of Major Hancock.
LThis is false.
"Part of the trouble at the school has been
caused by Prof. Logan, who has been caus
ing trouble among some of the teachers and
their principal. Another canse is owing to
religious animosity .that exists in the ward.
When the Republicans won at the last elec
tion, .they discharged all Catholics who
were officially connected with the school.
This gave rise to a great amount of bitter
ness on the part of the Catholics, and they
are anxious to widen the breach. ,
"We believe also the dissatisfaction has
been helped along by. our political oppo
nents, who are working with great energy to
make tbe board once more Democratic.
They are raking up old sores so as to throw
discredit on the present board in order to de
feat us at the next election."
OBJECTS TO THE MARKET.
Hastlncs Soya It Might Consolidate Pitts
bnrg and Allegheny.
In speaking yesterday afternoon of the
scheme to connect the Sixth street bridge
with the proposed Fifth street bridge by a
building over the river to be used by Pitts
burg and Allegheny as a Joint market house,
Clerk of Allegheny Markets David Hastings
"I do not think that any such building
will ever be constructed. Neither the river
men nor TJncle .Sam have been consulted,
and when they are you will find that they
will interpose a decided objection. The
Allegheny river is supposed to be a navi
gable stream, and it is nonsense to think
that such an obstruction to navigation will
be allowed to be built. There would also be
tronble between the two Cities over the reve
nues from such a market. The erection of
the bnilding might also be the first step to a
consolidation of the cities, a thing of which
I do not approve."
- BUILDLM PEEM1TS ISSUED,
Several More Handsome Dwelling Houses
to be Erected.
At the Building' Inspector's office yester
day, B. "Wolff,' Jr.', took out a permit for the
erection of the new Lutheran chnrcb, at the
corner of Hiland avenue and Howard street.
John Bindley toot ont a permit to erect a
two-story stone dwelling on Fifth avenue,
between Aiken and Amberson avenues, to
cost $20,000. The' building is to be 52i52
feet. J. H, Taylor got a permit for a two
story brick dwelling on Forbes, near Fra
lich street, to cost $5900. H. C. Bnssell re
ceived one for a brick and frame two-story
duelling on "Ward street, near Croft avenue,
to cost $3,2000. '
CUTTING DOWN FORCES.
Chief BIgelow Reducing the Jfnmber of Pub
lic Works Employe.
There, will be some despondent faces
among the employes of the" Fnblio Works
Department to-day, made so by the outlook
01 winter coming on
ann vnlr afAnMlnM
pi,:fT;.i v.. : .j. .i.TiS
1 Chief Bigelow has given orders that 100
men be laid oft Ten of them will be" from
the engineering bnreau, while the rest will
be pavers, rammers, laborers and others;
On the 15th instant the force will be re
duced again by 150 on account of the season
jor opening streets closing ana ine diminu
tion of the appropriation, which necessitates
a reducing of the forces.
A WIDOW CLAIMS FRAUD.
She Says She Did Not Get' Her Shara of Her
Mrs. Jennie Heplar; of No. 98 Bobinson
street, Allegheny, yesterday sued H. H.
Hull, of No. 73 "Diamond street, charging
bim with the appropriation of money and
the fraudulent alteration of books. It ap
pears that her deceased husband and Hull
were partners in business. In the settle
ment of her bnsband's affairs, she claimed
what was dne her as his interest in the part-
nership. She says she discovered that Hull
had made collections of outstanding ac
counts but made no returns.
The Train Was Not FlatjEed.
Tbe inquest in the case of J. B. Eeeder,
killed in the .railroad collision at Home
wood, "Wednesday, was begun by Coroner
McDowell "yesterday. D." A. Martin, tbe
conductor of the freight train, swore that
his train was not flagged as the regnlations
of the road require. The neglect of this
precaution by theconductorof the "Limited"
was the cause of the accident.
Dot Until Next Spring.
Superintendent , McCargo, of the Alle
gheny Valley road, says the proposed new
freight tracks 'will hardly be laid before
next spring. Numerous houses now occupy
the site of projected improvement. As last
as the leases fall due they will be terminated
and the houses pulled down.
Catholic Congress at Baltimore.
For this occasion tbe Pennsylvania Bail
road will sell excursion-tickets November 7
to 12, good to return until November 16, to
"Washington, D. C, at rate of $8 for the
round trip, with privilege of stop off at
Baltimore in either direction within fare
-vrOTICE-APPLICATION WILL BE MADK
L to the Board of Pardons, at the next meet
ing, third Tuesday of November, 1889, lor the
pardon of C. C. Bitrgard, convicted at No. 2,
June term O. and T., 1887, of murder in the
second degree. W; D. JIOORH,
nol-60-MF Attorney for Petitioner.
T71STATE OF JO& MARTIN, SB., DE
JUJ CEASED Notice is hereby given that
letters testamentary on tbe estate of Jos. Mar
tin, Sr., 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;
A TTlTTCPTtr A OTIM
MARY PHIXOMENA BTJERKLE,
oclSjM-F 81 Pike st? Allegheny. Pa.
ESTATE OF MARY L. BTJRNHAM,
deceased. Notice is hereby given that
letters of administration on the estate of Mrs.
Mary L. Burnham, deceased,-late of tbe city of
Pittsburg, have been granted to the under
signed, to whom all persons indebted to said
estate are requested to make Immediate pay
ment, and those having claims or demands
against the same will make tbem known with
out delay. WM. STEINMEYER, care Third
National Bank. Pittsburg, Pa. 8e27-89-r
PROPOSALS FOR THE ERECTION OF
BClLDlNGSi-Colnmbla' Arsenal, Colum
bia, Tenn., October 24. 1SS9. -Sealed proposals.
In triplicate, will be received at this office until
12 o'clock M. on TUESDAY, lovember56. 1889,
for the erection of one main -storehouse. Com
manding Officer's quarters, office, guard house,
workshop, magazine, stable and shed, and two
sets barracks for enlisted men; bids may be
made for the whole work complete, or for each
building separately; plana and specifications
may be seen at this office, and at the
office of tbe Chief ot Ordnance, TJ. 8.
A, Washington, D. C, Blank forms and
full Information can be had on application.
The Government reserves the right to reject any
and ali bids, or parts thereof. Proposals must
be marked "Proposals for the erection of build.
lngs,''and addressed to MAJOR CLIFTON
COMIiY, Ordnance Department, TJ. & A,
W-Dtspfajr advertisement one donor per
square for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Warded;' For Bale,
Jo Let, etc, ten cents per line for each Inser
tion, and none taken for lest than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For, the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offioes have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient ad vertisementswill
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have account! with Tax D1S
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 3K9 Bntler street.
EMIL G. STUCKEY, th street and Penn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY A CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton it.
N. 8TOELY. Filth Avenue Market House.
J-'W. WALLACE; em Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER BHEIBLER,Stb av. - Atirood it.
JACOB SPOHN. No. 2 Carson street
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAERCHEH, 59 Federal street.
H. J. McBRIDE. Market Home, Allegheny.
FEED H. EGGER3. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGER3 A SON, Ohio and Chestnut sta.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENKY. Western and Irwin ave-.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PERRY. M. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
W. W. FLOCKEB. 8tatloner. No. 4 Grant ave.
WANTED-GOOD BARBER. CHAS. DEY,
61S2 Butler St.. Pittsburg. nol-53
TV WM. DUNN, Homestead, Fa,
WANTED-GOOD BAKER, AT
BAH.ERY. Wlklnsburg. Pa.
WANTED-A MAN TO CARE FOR HORSES
and cow. DR. C. A. WISHART, Second
avenue, Marlon Sta., B. O. K. R. nol-30
TTTANTED-FIRST-CLASS CUSTOM CUTTER:
TT none other, call S09 LlBERTr ST.
TTJANTED-ONE FIRST-CLA8STIN ROOFER.
. Apply to HOWELL & BROWN, Greens
bnrg. Pa. nol-
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS CANVASSER
for the Century Dictionary. H. WAITS &
CO., l Wood st. OC27-36-MWP
TTTANTEn flFFICK ROY. ADDRESS. IN
VV own handwriting, giving age, BOX 211
PlttibnrgP. o. nol-79
WANTED-PACKAGE BOTS AND WRAP
PER. IS or 18 years of age. BIBER &
I. ASTON, 505, SU7 Market st. noM7
WANTED-8IX STONE MASONS AT NEG
LEY'S RUN sewer. East Liberty freight
yards, East Liberty. BOOTH & FLINN. nol-77
WANTEU-TWO EXPERIENCED YOUNG
men to wait on table that can open oysters.
MCKEE HOUSE, Station street. East End.'
TJANTED - A FIRST-CLASS HARNESS
JV MAKER: no other need apply. Inquire of
FRANK GKIE1), No. J708 Main street, Braddock,
-TTTANTED-AL1VE MAN TO REPRESENT A
TT large accident Insurance companv; liberal
terms to right party. Address BOX 6248. Boston,
WANTED-50 COAL MINERS, 1000 YARDS
entry to drive: new mine Just opened;
houses for families. J. V. W. COOK & SONS,
Arden station, C. V. By. oc31-82
WANTED- BOILER MAKER, WHO IS
thoroughly competent to lay ont all kinds
of boiler and gas work. Address, with reference,
2 P. O. Box 672, New York. ocSS-64
WANTED-A BOY AGED II TO 18 YEARS. TO
make himself useful about a jewelry store:
one who has had some experience preferred. Call
at 130 FEDERAL ST., Allegheny. nol-84
WANTED-AJTEDVCATED MAN OF GOOD
address who Is out or employment; pleasant
position and good pay: reference necessary,
MANAGER, Room 2, 103S Penn ave. nol-rf
TTJANTED-TEN STONECUTTERS, FTVK
TV quarry men and 20 laborers. Apply at
jiwu.9i.piu. 0, ueucrai umce a. v.
Eleventh and Pike streets; fare paid,
R. R,, cor.
TTT ANTED AGENTS
t V Beaver. Ii&wrence,
wasnington counties to sen a nonsenoio necessity.
Address A. K. MABTELL, 411 timlthfleld st. '
WANTED-GEUTLEMEN WHO DES1KE A
wife or a lively correspondent to send their
address and stamp toTHK AMERICAN COltRE-
, Box 64 Clarksburg-, TV, Va,
WANTED SALESMEN IMMEDIATELY
in every town and city: cood salary or
steady employment. Address
H. V. CLARK & CO., Nurserymen, Rochester. N,
WANTED-YOUNG MAN TO WORK. TOWNS
of Western Fa. or Eastern Ohio: salary S3
a day: mnst be
rustler and have some cash.
Call on GEO. S
CLINE, fabllshlug House, i
WANTED-SALESMENFOR FINE LINE OF
qulct-selllnjr. labor-savinz specialties
needed by every retail dealer: exclusive territory,
and blr commission given. W. U. i'EltSHlNG.
Sontn Bend, Ind. o5-S5-HWr
1TTANTED-AGENT3 TO COME AND LOOK
IT over onr new llneof albums for tbe holiday
trade: there is a big hit here for a iot or live
agents. Apply to P. J. FLEMING & CO., 77 Dia
mond St., Pittsburg, Pa. oc27-49
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS YOUNG MAN,
25 to 30 years of age, as salesman: must be
willing to work hard and give good reference;
man lacking in Intelligence or address nut
wanted. Address "U. " Dispatch office. nol-63
TTT ANTED-A GENTLEMAN OF NEATIAP
VV PEARANCE, mnst be persevering and
pushing, to solicit orders for umbrellas of fine
grade, sold on easy paymcnts:to the right man we
will pay a big salary. - UNION CREDIT CO., 103
Fourth ave. oc25-sl-rsu
WANTED-SALESMAN TO SELL OUR
specialties to merchants: samples and ease
furnished; exclusive territory; salary paid or
commission; permanent situation, with chance to
establish fine trade. MODEL LEDGER CO..
South Bend, Ind. oclS-H-Mwr
TTTANTED-AN ENERGETIC, PUSHING
TV man, 25 to 35 years of age. to take charge of
our business In Western New York; from St, 600 to
S2,000peryeartothe right man: must have K0 as
deposit. Call or. address A. S. GRAY & CO.,
Room 45, Eisner building. nol-63
WANTED-LABORERS WANTED IN NEW
Orleans 200 able-bodied men to ship as
crew; wages SS0 per month and board; to reliable
men steady employment will be given. Apply to
M. N. WOOD. Coast and Lalausche Line, No. 2
Canal St., New Orleans, La. oclS-42
TTTANTED-SALESMEN AT 875 PER MONTH
V 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
Ssrttcnlars and sample case of goods free. STAN
ARD SILVERWAItE CO., Boston, Mass.
ING work and employers and all others
who may wish to employ bricklayers should regis
ter such wants, free of charge, at the headquarters
of the INDUSTRIAL MUTUAL BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, 93 Fourth ave., first floor front.
Open until 9 r. it. Saturdays. ocll-SO-iTWTSu
-rrTANTED-AUENTS TO SELL OUR
v v books:
Bunvan's Pllerlm Progress, the
Parncll Movement, the Hlstorv of the U. S.
by America's historian, Lnsslng; History of the
Secret Service in the Civil War by the late Head
oftlie Secret Service liureau: lots ornew books;
holiday books on sale: liberal terms. Apply P.
J. FLEMING A CO.. 77 Diamond st, Pittsburg,
WANTED AGENTS FOR MARK TWAIN'S
latest book, "A Connecticut Yankee in
King Arthur's Court" a keen and powerful
satire on English nobility and royalty: by far his
best and most original book, appealing to all true
Americans: will be sold strictly- by subscription;
Frospectuses now ready, and complete copies to
ollow shortly: those wishing to secure territory
must make early application, eltber In person or
by letter; grand opportunity for wide-awake can
vassers. CHARLES L. WEBSTER & CO.. No. 3
East Fourteenth bL, New York. nol-90
, Femalo Help.
TTTANTED-AN EXPERIENCED COOK, WHO
VV Is also a good waitress; Protestant pre
ferred.' Apnlv Saturday afternoon between 3 and
i o'clock at 69 SHERMAN AVE. , Allegheny.
Mnlo nnd Female Help.
WANTED-A BUTLER, YARD MAN, MAN
and wife for farm bouse; cook and chamber
maid for small family; 100 house girls: dishwasher
and pantry girl: so cooks; 20 chambermaids;
child's nurse. MEEHAN'S, 645 Grant st.
WANTED-TO SUPERINTEND BUILDINGS;
can furnish all kinds of hoisting apparatus.
Address SUPERINTENDENT. Klttannlug, Pa.
WANTED-S1TTJATION BY A MAN WHO
thoroughly understands his business, as
Inspector of crucible steel; best of references.
Address C. Q. S., Dispatch office. ocSO-S
TJANTED-SmTATION-Bl' YOUNG LADY
it as typewriter and stenographer; also ae-
Jualnted with nse of phonograph: uses both'Rem.
ngtonand Callgraph typewriters. Address O.
K. P.. Dispatch offlse. nol-64
WANTED -RY A YOUNO MAN 21 YE AR3 OF
age, is a graduate of a commercial school,
ajsUnatfonasasslstantbookkeeper.bin or ship
ping clerk: can furnish references. Address
WILL, Dispatch office. nol-46
WANTED SITUATION FOR ASOBERMAN,
, hard worker, and someexperleace In book
keeplnr, as collector or ocs work InanybBSI
ness: tike sallr wages for starttag; bertrerer
eof. if. Si, BijawtoaeAeeT s-l-Tl "i
WANTED GOOD CTTT MORTGAGES;
money at low rates and small expense ana
on short notice. C. H. LQVE; S3 Fourth ave.
"YTT-ANTED-MOKTGAGES ON CITY FEOF-
it . ajsri, over vutx; 4 per cent; no tax.
II In large and small amounts at H. SandS
per cent, free or State tf.i: no delay. Bjsed B.
TTANTED TO LOAN S3C0,0X IN AMOUNTS
TV of ROOOandnpward, ondtyand suburban
property, on t percent, free of tax: also smaller
amounts at Sands per cent. BLACK & BA1ED,
S5 Fourth aTenur- se21-d2S-o
TTTASTED- MOKTG AGES-tl, OBO, 000TO LOAN
TV on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
6 per cent, and on iarms In Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 6 per -cent. L, AL FENNOCKT A
SON, 105 Fourth avenue. ap7-fU
"Xttahtku-to iman poo,ooo on mokt-
W GAGES; 1100 and upward at 6 per cent;
tSOftCOOat 4K percent on residences or bnslnesj
property; alsoiln adlatnlug counties. S. H.
FUEN Cll. ya Fourth avenue. ocZI-4-D
WANTED-0O-UN'USUAL BUSINESS OP
PORTUNITY, to right party with poo or
more is offered opportunity to make f3. 000 to tO30
annually: managing- agents and branch once.
Address DUNLAi' ELECTRIC CO., Philadelphia.
WANTED-HECOND-HAND FIXTURES FOR
a drugstore. Address FIXTURES, Dis
patch ofllce. ' ocil-73
WANTED-HIGHEST SPOT CASH PRICES
paid for second-band furniture, carpets and
household goods of all kinds. 1211 PENN AVE
TTTrANTEDTO START A CLUB OF i MEM
TV BERStosecnreanne gold watch for each
one In theclnbatSl 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX 601, and I will calf and snow yon the watch.
"TTTANTED-PERSONS TO KNOW THAT BY
TT agreeing to pay si per week yon can cet
Siossesslon -of fine gold or silver watches, clocks,
ewelry, diamonds, silver ware, etc J. M1TSCH,
30 Federal St., Allegheny, Pa. sel2-uwrsu
TT7---NTED-LADU3' SOLID GOLD FILLED
TV case FJgln watches, sis SO; genu1 sues.
118 60;. same as are sold by watch clnbsatS33;
written guarantee: given: man oraers prompur
d to. B E. ARONS, Jeweler, 65 Firth
WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER, M Fifth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at $1 60 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: instan
taneous nrocess. mhl3-&.
WANTED BARBERS TO BUY A GOOD
paying barber shop, well located: no com
mission required from either party. Call at A.
EDLIS & CO.'S. Leading Manufacturers of Bar
ber Supplies and Furniture, 602, 504. 60S.:S08. 610
Liberty street. Pittsburg, Pa. noI-67-MTnwr
-fTTANTED-PERSoNS TO COME AND !EX
T V AMINE the Patterson plan of lots at Cochran
station. ontheMonongahela division of the P. B.
B before purchasing elsewhere: see advertise
ment another colunm. J. R. WYLIE, Cochran
station, Doquesne, Pa. or No. 8 WOOD STREET,
Room 5, iron Exchange building, Pittsburg.
0029-60-0030.01.4. 6. &12, 14 '
FOR HAjLE-IMPROTED HEAL ESTATE.
. Citv Residence.
FOR SALE A VERY PROFITABLE INVEST
MENT, on Marlon, one-balf square from
Fifth avenne.- near Court Honse: price only S3, TOOT
W. A. HEURON & SONS, so Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-GIVE tJS AB1D: WILL SELL AT
a bargain to close an estate: two brick
houses of 7jooms each, one of S rooms: lot 06x114
ft. (roonryet to build one house In front), on Vine
st.. Eljrhth ward. See W. A. HEBRON & SONS,
80 Fourth avenue, ocI7-41-irF
OR SALE-WORTH YOTJB ATTENTION
betwesn Forty-ninth and Fiftieth streets,
near Bntler: lotKilOO; home 6 rooms and attic
front: home 4 rooms and attic in rear: prime con
dition: attractive to desirable tenants: good rent
als: price fttOO. CHARLES SOMERS & CO., 313
Wood street. nol-71
East End Residence.
FOR SALE-AN EAST END DWELLING
house; with Urge lot; eliht nice rooms, re-ceptlon-hali;
natural gas.bath, laundry, porch
front and rear: almosthewand in excellent con
dition throughout: "owner Intends going South
and Is prepared to tell at only t7,600: possession
within thirty days. JA8. W. DRAPE & CO 129
Fourth ave.,-.Pittsburg. nol-70-D
FOR BALE-A FINE NEW' BRICK RESI
DENCE and large lot at Shadyslde. East End,
near cable cars and railroad station: 10 large
rooms: bath and lavatory, laundry, natural gas
and all other conveniences: everything In prime
order: beautiful large, lot 40 or S5xl70 feet: Imme
diate possession: terras to suit. JAS.TV. DRAPE
CO., 129 Fourth ave. Pittsburg. nol-70-D
FOR BALE-rg.M0-McCLURE AVE., ALLE
GHEN Y, two-story and mansard, frame. 7
rooms, vestibule. lialL dry cellar,, water and gas.
USABLXSiBUaUUtS&UU., sis wooa
FOR SALE-P.000. .CONSIDERED CHEAP, A
deslraule-Allegbeny residence. No. 203 Junl
atta st. : lot !4xl29Xt. : a good brick bouse; 9 rooms
and atttr.: late lmnrovements. See W. A. HEtt
RON & SONS, 80 Fonrth avenne. oc22-l-Tnr'
FOR SALE-AT A GREAT REDUCTION
truly a bargain: only 6,000:. a good brick
bouse: 9 rooms, in first-class order: late improve
ments; well located in Fourth wird. Allegheny.
See W. A. HEKKON-& SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
SALE PARK PROPERTY-NO. 180
JD North ave.,: Allegheny: stone
porch. 10 rooms, bathroom, laundry.
Allegheny: stone front and
porch. 10 rooms, bathroom, laundry, etc.; fin
ished in the latest style, with all modern conven
iences. Inquire atm SANDUSKY ST., Allegheny
FOR SALE ON LINCOLN AVE.. ALLE
GHENY, fine orick dwelling; 5 rooms first
floor, 4 rooms and ibathrooms on second floor, and
2 rooms In mansard: laundry and heater In cellar:
lot 25X120 ft.: price (17,000. A. D. WILSON.
Federal St., Allegheny. oc30-9-WFS
TJOR SALE-UTWIN AVE., ALLEGHENY,
JD new- frame house of 6 rooms, halt dry.
cemented and well-lighted cellar, gas and water
bothfloors. side entrance, front porches; lot 23x
80: nice elevation . above street: price SZ.2S0.
CHAS. SOMERS 4CO., 313 Wood St. nol-71
IOR SALE-HOUSE AND THREE LOIS IN
JD Alleghenyon llneof street cars: lots 60x139
feet to a paved alley? nne .place to build five or six
additional houses: the present house. has six
rooms, bath; natural gas and other modern con
veniences, and all In good order. JaS. W.
DRAPE A CO., 129 Fourth ave,, Pittsburg,
OR SALE-A1" INGRAM STATION-HOUSE
Inst finished. 7 rooms, besides large recention
halt pantry and attic; slate mantels and tile
hearths throughout; large porches front and rear:
sewer connections; tot WxIM: price S3, 800; terms
easy. W. A. ZAHN, No. S3 Fonrth avenne (sec
ond floor). ' - " oc3i-85-Tbrsu
OR SALE-ORPHANS COURT SALE OF
honse and lot in borough of Etna: Thursday.
November21, at2 o'clock, on the. premises; will
be sold the property of tbe late Lewis King, on
the Bntler turnpike road.. 60 yards north from the
Freeport roAd, lot' 30x100. with frame dwelling
house: terms oneronrth cash, balance In three
years: Norman King, administrator. A. LEG
GATE & SON, Auctioneers.
nol-89-1, 8,15,18, 19, 20, 21
FOR SALE-CHOICE SEWICKLEY RESI
DENCE property: modern dwelling, II
rooms, bath, inside w. c, hardwood mantels,
handsome tile fireplaces; laundry, nat. and art.
gas, honse supplied with- filtered water under
pressure, concrete sidewalks, sta Die, etc; large
grounds, shaded with fine old forest trees: excel
lent neighborhood; nooses all setback tOtolOO
feet from street: alia fine building sites, with
same advantages as to location and snrroundlngs:
trains run on .express time at the honrs most
needed by business men'. SAMUEL W. BLACK
& CO.. 99 fourth ave. nol-a
FOB BALE-ON KAGEE STREET. COR. ANN
street, 3 very desirable lots; onlyfS.0f. See
W. A. HERRON& SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
East 'End Lota.
TQOR 8ALK-1N BATTM-'S GROVE, ON AMBER
FOR SALK-THE CHEAPEST LOTS IN" THE
market to-day are to be fauna In the Villa
Park plan, Brushton station: no city taxes and
conveniently located: secure plan (book form),
from JOHN F. BAXTER, Agt., 512 Smithfield St.
T7K)R SALE-I.-HAVE KOR SALE AT LESS
JD than value, a-splendld bulldlngslte; no nicer
in tbe county: first-class neighborhood: 2 minutes
from cable and 7 from Pennsylvania Railroad. M.
E. HARRISON Draughtsman, 131 fifth avenue,
city. P.O. box: 725. OC2S-5B
FOP. SALE-RARE CHANCES FOR PROFIT
ABLE Investment; by bnylng a lot now In
Banm Grove plan at present low prices you are
bound to make money: Bauui Grove plan will
have mote lino ssphaltunrstreets -and wide flag
stone sidewalks than any-other plan in the mar
ket. MELLON BROS,, East End. or JOHN P.
BAXTER. Agent,. S12 Smithfield street,
TTK)R SALE -TINE BUILDING LOTS ON
i? Fayette st. near Bl dwell St. ; the best build
ing lots now offered for sale: come' aad see about
them. A.VD. WILSON, 65 federal tt., Allegheny.
T7I0R SALK-ATWILKINSBUBS, LOT loerlW;
X 4BilnntfroHista.:ajod lBvsMoieat, W.
HAMNETT, 404 SBsltMold street, Plttobarg,
andWilkifltwrg,Pa., . oeW-K
JD oaeesatitosiBsr, iiWa iiiL troa
skJJM VvVVil Pt4) aTVrwarVVf.sl
OK SALESALOON AND FfSTUSBB, NO.
at Diamond alleys good reason; for selling..
ZANGE, Eut Liverpool, O. ocM-78
TTlOR SALE-DRUG (STORE-ONE OF THB
JD best'standi In the city at a sacrltee If sold
soon. Address KINO, Dispatch oftce. nol-w
TOR SALE A GOOD PAYING GENERAL
JD store at a bargain: storeroom and dwelUnr.
For particulars address 8. J?. FOORBAUOH,
Glencoe, Fa. oe&-
TTlOR SALE A
GOOD FAYING BUSINESS:
U will show food reasons -for selllnci
will show good reasons -for selling) price'
11,600. Apply to rKEDGKElNEK,.eor. Fourth
SALS-NEW F1RST-CLAS9 STEAM.
nne family grocery store wita
splendid location and Dullness,' '
tiuiness,- win invoice iiwufc
tores. MOD to S6.O09:' ml
route: elsrar and eanfeetlonerv stores S22S to SS5Q:
drygoods and notion stores: feed store;.Zprlatlni;
offices: drugstores; shoe stores; bakeries and tee
other business chsn ces: free particulars. SHET
8ALE-A WOOD ST. FROrEBTr" AT
JD less than value (lot 20x90); to close np aa es-
li. IjUYJU h jrouru avenne.
TTWR SALE-AUOOD BUSINESS STAND llf
JD Homestead, with trade established? fresn
clean stock or groceries, drygoods and notions;
only been In business sir months: ownerwlshea
to go West. Inquire of SELLERS & COWIH,
FOR SALE-BUS1NE8S PB01"EKTr-80TJTH
Diamond, near Federal stt, Allegheny; Jo a
Iirompt buyer we can sell this business bouse ana
ot, SixDOtoanalley, at a' price below valutloa
of any business property equally good In Alle-
UXIAIUjLjO OVaUU W., VT wu aw
Horses. Vehicle. Live Stack, dee.
ER SALE-SPEED 7HEAD OF FIHST-CLAB8
trotters, as slow as 2:42tf and fast as 1:26.
L If. HACKE, Fifth ave-and Market st.
FOB8ALE-J SIX-PASSENGER CARRIAGES,
good as new: used only a short time. Inquire
of F. S. LIGGETT, 1 Sandusky St., Allegheny.
TJIOR SALE SECOND-HAND BAROUCHE.
JD as good as new. Can be seen at C WESr ft
a, uirnage lasers,, tzaxraqnesne way, niu-
TJIOR SALE-HANDSOME JET BLACKGELD
i? ING, an bands high: trots in harness; finest
riding borso in the city: quite fasti will sell at a
sacrifice If sold soon. Address 543 SMITHFIELD
ST., second floor front, , ocJO-12
Machinery and Metal.
IOR 8ALE-ENGINES AND BOILEBS-NKW
ana renttea: renainnssoromntivattenaeti to.
PORTER FOUNDRY ANDMACHINECO..L1M.,
below Suspension brldfe, Allegheny, Fa. aulO-59
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles In stock, from 4 to
100 h. p. ;all refitted ;good as sew, it lowest price;
portable engines, s to 25h.p.:bolers all sizes
and styles. J.g.YOONG,Z3iarway,Allegheny.
FOR SALE -HOISTING ENGINES, N.SW
and second band; wire and roanllla rope, der
rick and fittings, hoisting tobs and cars, clay and
ore pans, engines, boilers and. macfiln
:lnes. boilers and machinery.
S CARLLN 'S SONS. Lacoek and Sandusky
FOR SALE-MACHINERY, TOOLS AND
stock-On the premises, , No." ,4 Water
street, will be sold at auction. November 12,
18S9. at 10 a. v.. an excellent lot of lathes from IS
to 28 Inches, swing from 8 to lS-foot bed; brass
lathes, drill presses, planer, wood-working ma"
cblnery, 8-lncn Saunders tapping machine,, pipe
machine; lotmachlneand gas-fitting tools, ream
ers, taps, etc.; malleable and cast Iron fittings;
gate and globe valves suitable for steam and
natural gas; bending- table and furnace; flasks
and patterns of valves, Danges and fittings: also
large gray mare, harness and wagon. KES,
sauvattw., water street, jruuourg, .ra.
FOR BALE FOUNDRY RARE BUSINESS
opportunity for Individuals or corporations,
to close the estate, as a whole, the Archi
tectural Iron Foundry, as most successfully run
for over It years by the late Samuel J. Creswelt,
Twenty-third and Cherry sis., Philadelphia, Pa.
Location freight yards of Baltimore and Ohio
and Philadelphia and Reading Railroads wlthla
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 value,
apart from present occupation. Equipment the
Snestof Its kind in this country. Patterns, tools
and machinery all modern, and requiring no
further outlay. Possibilities or production un
limited. Business running as In lifetime or late
owner, with full force or employes, large con
tracts on hand, and in midst ot great activity.
Possession Immediate. Apply to or address
JOSEPH I)E T. JUNKIN, kxecutor. S. E. cor.
Sixth and Walnut sU., Philadelphia, Pa.
PEBSONAL-HAV1TYOU SEEN LEVI'S
Bookstore? Do-yon know we hare newhooks
as well as old? Do you -know we have the targes
stock of old books west or tbe Aiu-jinbiy Moun
tains! LEVI'S BOOKSTORE, SW Liberty st,
, . aaa-
KBS0NAIi-"CnT;XATE3V ON -WATCHES?
ncniy engrsTea, aoua goia, zniea case, ugin
watches for ladles, 816 SO; gent's size, SIS
as soia Dywatcnciuos jor aso: written
riven; mall orders promptly attended
AKONS, Jeweler, 65 Fifth ave.
PERSONAL WHAT ARE "VOLTAIC
Diamonds?" Found 18 miles south ofHot
at tee foot of the Ouachita, ranee
of montclns, In Sliver City basin : .they are a nata
ral atone, not paste, or glass, and are warranted
for brilliancy. B. AKONS. Jeweler. Sole
Agent for U. 8., i Fifth' ave. . oc7-134
T3EKS0NAL--HIS LOVE SUDDENLY SE-
TURNED: recentivthev had not bees oatba
best of terms owing to a little family lr oeea-
sloned by tbe wife insisting on being allowed to
renovate, his wearing apparel, "and whie, 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, 8
Firth ave., corner Wood st, second floor, and
now everything la lovely Ind peace and happiness
again reigns In their household. Telephone las.
A-i display ot voltaic diamonds at ssjrirtnave.,
I lost my senses at the beauty, brilliancy asd lew
prices; eardrops, S2 SO aad up: rings,
studs. tSandun: stick nlns. SS2S aad
pa, Bojuanp: rings tvov
; stickpins. SSiS aad up; all solid
gold. B. E. ARONS, Jeweler. SoloAgent tat
TJI0TJND-HAND30ME. SOLID GOLD PILLED
JC case Elgin watches ror ladles, SI5 SO; gent'
size, 118 GO; same as sold by watch clubs for ssg;
written guarantee given; mall orders promptly
attendee! to. B. E. ARONS, Jeweler, 8S Fifth ave.
- - 0027-1M
EXTRA EXTRA. -EXTRA.
Sale of seats now opes for the engagement next
week of tbe enlaest comedian,
MR. SOL SMITH RUSSELL,
In his new and swoeesfal comedy,
A POOH RELATION,-
The production of this quaint comedy during
Mr. Russell's recent engagement In New York
and Boston, met with uuqnaliged praise by tho
press, ana nuea Afwys xaewer niflswy wkb
large andfashioaable audience. The play will
be produced here next week, with the same cast,
scenery and stage settings as used darise ttte
New York run. oc8i-3B
RAND OPERA HOUSE?- '
JT ' To-night. MatiBee Saturday.
THE WOMAN HATER.
Week November 4 Sol Smith RossoO. A
POOR RELATION. oeffl
W. W.Tlllotsoo's Merry Coapaay la
"Week November 1 Evans k Hoey, la "A
Parlor Match." oeas-llorrTT
MARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMr
light, Hattneee Tuesday, Thursday aad
GILLETTS WORLD ON WHEELS AND
VAUDEVILLE CO. oc27-i
HARRIS' THEATER-EVERY AFTER.
NOON and. evening. ,
GRAY 4 STEPHENS
In their Beautiful and Picturesque Draata
SAVED FROM THE STORM.
Week of Nor. l-Barlow Bros. MlnawtJe.
WORLD'S MUSEUM. ALLEGHENY
CITY Week October 38. GEARY'S
OWN MINSTREL COMPANY. Prerioas
efforts succumb to greater aeaievasBMis.
Positively the hit of the season. "BAWL" tbe
Ossified Man, weok Neyeaiber 4. eoJMt
HUGH O. PENTECOST.
The Greet Lectarer. at
Tuesday evening, November 5.
SahJect-THE TYRANNY OFTHI DEAD.
Adatwloa. 3S oeata, ael-H
LAWBEKOE BANK OF PlllSSUM.l
PrrraBTjBa, OeoaaerM. Mja. 'I.
TrvrDEND-THB BOARD OF OTacT-
X) Tlr"11- ' - rilTliTisiasisil
adlvklesdOf THREE(8)PBR CsWtoatae
capital stock out of the earniags ef .the last six
months. savaMe en demand.
Anchor bank-or Firnonrii,
PrrBCB, OcvobwH, MM..
"HIVIDBND-THli BOARD OF DUUKT-
XJ OR8 of tats beak have ta
acMvklend of FOUR (41 PR G
CHUT aa ftia.
oaaWal soaek, yayaata OBaadaraHrtha'taMat
TTnTaiahartntas wiirthiililmni ihssa laaafisaai
wwwTeaoaaraffaaa, mwv aaayasiaaBsBaaBsaswaBraaaai avak aassraaasg oMjaag oy4aaaaF
JL Forty-sixth St., close to "",5.3 tf?
attic, halC bath,, inside w-c..bWBdcoay
MbnHL tc: flnelT oanered! lmmJMSMBf;
i.ii. rT.t scs ner month. L- ux
Forty-afth and Bafieests
m. 0.?air 1W II WK1XS. WZM.M
..nnthniirfinisrlarza groanosrom Jiei
-r l r, .w-,n ..ij (!. Iaawtf
HTFTlkDBOBJEKrs:i ToilveriKohirt. .$
mi ..CT-GOOD (-ROOM" HOUSE. NO. Ml
X KlrkpaMefcsfc, Allegheny Cltyj reatw
aioodteaint. C. H. LOVE.. Four are.-
mo LET ELEGANT KESiD2ii;j5.-J Jx,i.-3j
1 GHENI, No. 133 rranannisiree.; cauiwiijg
rrrht rooms, good hall, bathroom, w. c, bow,
gate and all modern improvements, with
grounds. GEO. R. EOXHWEbA aa.
TO LET-ROOMS-TO A COUPLE WTTHOB!
children, tnree unrurnisoea
CLITF ST., 2 Ittsburg.
TO LET I LARGE, ELEGANT BOOKS
All-rhenv' desirable location I low reas.
W. MCNEILL A BRO.. 10S Fourth awe. oeSM '
mo t,IT-SOME FINE UNFUBN
L rooms: one 7-room honse: 4-roatm : oaf:
wltli storerooms nltabto fmT
quire on premises, 44 TO UKB sxst
etSce. Deist-Komi. ote.
mO LET-BACK OMriCE-LABGK TT
J llshted: wilt rent, cheap to the nsM Prt.2
fjauaiawn-BLu.u.r.ua' ox., inuiiuiiwi.
mO" LET-IN THE NEW" DISPATCH BOTLD-S
JL. ING, 73, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two Ofttw
roomiest and best-lighted ofices to be fosrea la thof
city; rent, saeu ana semper snnum.aBcinwre
trie Hints, lanltor service and .steam heat
Apply between 10 x. JL. and J r. K.. or bwc.
p., y. &c. R:R.f
Where the Allegheny Bessemer StoerWoth
The Howard Plate Glass Works,. ad
The Duqueshe Tube Works
Aro located, is one of I
now brought before tbe notice of p
ing for a place to locate for a pleassat HO S
where steady employment may be luaostl
LOTScaabe purchased oa the PATTTstaOjj
PLAN, it REASONABLE PRICSB I
It will pay-anyone to coma
purchasing at any other place.
J. B. WYLIE,
OrNo.8.Wood street. Boom 5, Ira;
Building. Pittsburg, Pa.
NEW ELECTRIC ROM
SeJsg constructed in Onlrl i.
aad wBl car.-y.paaaongsrs dsgtly tia ,
the square- to tha dtyvla PI tub sag'
Traction road for 5 CENTS. "vfoeOtr
for sla in this square for K,5Mtotr,M
(wMeh IsKladof all lmprivipats,
arree. or otherwise), elesMt owo "
story and sutEsardSaad 9r
dwelling, with halls, oath,
stationary tuba, cess en tost ooBor, i
ana chandeliers, both ;
slate mantels, with, tile lissrToo.ioM
tile vestibule, hay wkniow, Tvostok
plate glass, electric Ugatissg afptntasv
froht and rear perch, tU.i targi Is
(gl vfeg treat, side- and rear y4), Jbo-
ing- asphalt paved and i
126 ftet In width witti
aagiaoet view; perfoet
high tmi healer teewttao. Tfcoso staoosV i
lags aebeiBcbHt by y week.
DOWN,. BALANCE lie PXM YXoA.
Bee adh eotiTbKod.
SAM'LW, BLACK 8c C(
pjOTICE-TO THE PTJBiaC-i;
Xl Mi& has-re-opeaeei' r
retafl tratober shop on Liberty
Osceola st. Twratleth ward. Fit
iy SSl WuMi
hewillbsrve o hand conmatly ail
xr-eon meass, ira, etc- at tae towns
Lawbxxcx BAjrKiog Fxi imvam, (
-TTTSBUBO.PA UCtOOer XL MOV Cl
TjTLECTION THE ANNUAL XLMJttOBr;
at the baakiar hooso rn MONDAY, Novssjs
U, lSW.Tietween tbe hours of 1 and 8 o'eaeck It '
at JUHSHOBKH, cashier. oaw
VTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT 1
XI reports of viewer on the oaemag
weed street from' Fraakatowa' avoatso l
root street: Muriland street, from Pasta i
to ChaucerMreet: Dallaa avenue, from
avenne to Franketowa aveuao; Jaafa
xros uranaview avenne to i
Fleurr aller. from Mnrtlaad atraot to taa i
.. i. .. -
line, nave dm apprevea oy coaaoiavi
acaoB wui neaaai unless aa. appoai m
ins uain oi woBiBoa jrieao wni
day from date. E.M.BH3
. Chief of DepartmesK of Paotia
ATOTICEJM HEREBY GIVEM.T:
11 Bureau of Health of taesHrr
Durg nasiBKaay estaBiisaaa aaa
aad dees hereby designate the feet
mm Ui i osreec in tae city ox a
the Alleaaear river, aad Clark's
lawredtately above the north end of
xoatk' street bridge, la tee city ec
ob tbe Mo90abel river, as tieii
are to be received and dendelted. tae
of an privies ae they shall frost Utaete
eteoBeo. aao. eBBtiea, aao) ail 04
aabttanoo foead upon the pnMIe
SaaerteteadeBt of the Sanaa of
BYHENRY AUCTIOK CO-
TABUS CONWONMKNX OF Nl
JU seeead-haad furaUare aadnaraooi -n
sast aedtivelv be cloned oat FRIBAT If t
ING.NeveaaberLatieo'clo, at So. HI
Jcetst. Jle walnut, cserry aad eaattai
suits, wardrobes, chiffoniers, foidtaf
dieseiBr oaose. bsdatsadi. waeksaaastl
leather, eaae aad wood seat chain aad rseatjj
taga, brouos aad oraaaHatf. wiDow
reokort, taar eaatri, beadoome
ataaaea, saaaosrsoB, rags aw
oases, ueaaaei suaoa, ooaser
, eanaiaa, rag, shade, halt, rooas
oaraota. dssatatedaiaaar. taa aad 1
seaMtia sacque, ladtas' weanag aa
aad wraaa. xrUees. taney armiaa. i
kweaea faralahawats. tcr sfsv
AtJCtlON CO- IJM-AttiataS.
atMk hi tfca erty.
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