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W CELEBRATED CASE.
Eights of Cestui Que Use to be De
.' termined in an Ejectment Suit.
KO CHARTER FOR HORSESHOERS.
rranceschillo, the Italian, Will be on
Trial for Fratricide.
PEAKZ EELlfEE FOUND TO BE IHSANE
A case was argued in the Supreme Court
vesterday which involved more complica
tions than usually accompany suits. The
title is: The People's Savings Bank vs.
Christian Denig, terre tenant, with notice
to Benjamin F. "Wilson, the "Woods' Bun
Saving Fund and Loan Association, James
"Wallace and Amelia Gilleland Irwin and
Irwin, her husband, action for eject
ment for a 70-acre tract of land in Braddock
township, formerly "Wilkins township, error
to the Common Pleas No. 1 of Allegheny
county. The case is a celebrated one, not so
much for the amount ot money in
volved as for the determination
with which both sides have fought it
and the legal principles involved. There
are a host of lawyers engaged, Dalzell,
Scott and Gordon lor the People's Savings
Bank, and N. W. Shafer, Joseph A. Lang
fitt, Montootu Brothers, J. M. Garrison and
Marshall & Imbrie for the various defend
ants iu the court below. The history of the
case goes away back to 1845. For the de
fendants in the court below, Mr. Shafer
was chosen to make the argument. ,
Bamet Gilleland died iu that year, seized
inter alia of a tract of land in the township
named, and prioi to his death indicated to
certain of his children a parol partition of his
land into three allotments, and William, a son,
was made trustee of his sister's share. This
sitter was Lydia Wallace. Her estate was not
to be subject to the control or deDts
of her husband. If at her death she left chil
dren, they were to inherit; bat if none, the
estate to revert and become part of the residu
ary estate. Jt is contended that the trust was
never extihguished by any act of the trustee.
Lvdia Wallace, the cestui que use. died in
1&S9. -Her husband, James Wallace, is still in
the flesh, and a son, James S. Wallace, sur
vives, with the trust outstanding. Lydia Wal
lace undertook in March, 1S73, to bar all es
tates tail in the laud, supposing her interest to
be such, by making a deed to John W. Wyiie,
who reconvened to her on the same day.
On the 17 th of May following she
made another deed to Thomas J. Jack
for the same purpose and on the same day he
reconvened to her for the consideration of one
dollar for the purpose of debarring and destroy
ing all estates tail, in possession, remamder or
FDKTHEE FACTS IN THE CASE.
of the said Lydia Wallace. In neither of
these conveyances did her husband James Wal
lace, nor her trustee join. OntheSOth of the
same month she gave a mortgage to the Peo
ple's Saving Bank of Pittsburg, for three years
for 10,000 in which proceeding neither husband
nor trustee joined and on her order, attested
by Thomas J. Jack, the bank paid S10.000 to C.
H. Love, and defendants in the court below
hold that her purpose in borrowing the money
has never been disclosed. In 1S79 the bank is
sued a scire facias to foreclose against which
Lydia Wallace defended that she was married
at the time the mortgage was made. The case
never came to trial and the papers
are lost. The case was abandoned for the
time, but in 1SS6 the bank brought suit In eject
ment and served noiice on C Denig. tenant
in possession, with notice to the Wood's Run
Saving Fund and Loan Association, of Alle
gheny City, landlord, and the other defendants
The Wood's Run Saving Fund and Loan As
sociation was a creditor of James S. Wallace,
the son. and in December, 1SSO, had attached
the lands In foreign attachment as bis. and in
1SS1 obtained judgment against him for IS,537 51.
and in December, lhSS, the land was sold as his
property and bought "by the Wood's Run Sav
ing Fund and Loan Association, which has
since been in possession. Then James Wallace,
the husband, claimed that if Lydia, the
wife, had an estate tail under the
"will of her father he had and still has also, and
a right to possession as tenant by courtesy,
claiming that there was not sufficient proof of
profligacy or uesertion by him, and claiming
that his wife having acquired the land prior to
the passage of the act of 1S65. desertion could
not divest his estate. He also claimed a life
estate in one-half, as father of the deceased
daughter, if the estate was a vested one in his
' QUESTION OF TITLE.
B. K. Wilson defended under deed of the as
signee in bankruptcy of James S. Wallace,
John M. Kennedy. Wilson claims that James
S. Wallace, the son, had a vested remainder
under the will, and that bis interest became
absolute in him on the death of Lydia Wallace
Amelia Gilleland Irwin claims title by virtue
of deed of James S. Wallace, made out by the
State of Pennsylvania in 1SS0, but not recorded
in this county until June, 18S5. These out
standing titles, defendant in possession sets
up in bar of plaintiffs recovery, in so far as
any of them show a better title. In December,
1888, the case was tried, and counsel for plain
tiff asked Judge Collier to charge the jury
that if it find from the evi-ience that James
Wallace, husband of the mortgagor, had at the
date f the mortgage and prior thereto, from
drunkenness, profligacy or other cause, willfully
neglected or refused to provide for his
wife, or had deserted her, her prop
erty became subject to her absolute
disposal ana we mortgage was valid. C
Denies counsel asked the Court to charge on
12 points substituted: James Wallace's coun
sel on two and counsel for Amelia Irwin on
one. The jury found for plaintiffs for 6 cents
damages and costs, and in Septemner of this
year a new trial was refused and a certiorari
was filed. Two of the Judges in the court be
low felt disqualified to sit during the trial on
account of financial and previous professional
relations with the plaintiffs.
Messrs. Shafer and Langfit submitted 22 as
signments of error and their paper book con
tains IU pages and the argument is an ex
tensive dissertation on questions of the pow
ers of femes covert and temes sole.
REFUSED THE CHARTER.
Judge Ewing Thought the Purpose of Master
Uorsesboers Wna Illegal.
Judge Ewing, yesterday, refused to approve
the proposed charter of the Master Horseshoers'
Union. The application for the charter was
made by Henry Baker, J. E, Arthurs. Samuel
McCartney, Andrew Pafenbach, William Frai
ler, Stephen A Vetterand William Breeze. In
his opinion refusing the charter. Judge Ewing
The object of the proposed corporation as
set forth in the application is for the purpose
first, of encouraging and protecting the trade
of horseshoers in the cities of Pittsburg and
Allegheny: second, for preserving and
'disseminating valuable business infor
mation, acd third, adjusting as far
as practicable controversies and misunder
standings arising among the members as to
methods and prices of work. The first two
purposes are laudable and certainly not illegal
though how a charter of incorporation will aid
the association in carrying out the purposes is
difficult to see. The third purpose avowed is
that of interfering with the natural laws of
trade and usurping the functions of govern
ment. It is contrary to a sound public policy
and, if not so intended, may readily be used to
shield the members, behind the form of a cor
poration, from the consequences of illegal acts
and combinations. For this reason we reluse
to approve the proposed charter."
BOARDING OR DISORDERLY.
The Police Give a House n Touch Reputa
tion Before the Court.
The case of Charles and Ann R. Woodruif,
colored, was on trial all afternoon before
Judge White. The defendants are charged
with keeping a disorderly house at 251 Second
avenue. A half dozen police officers testified
to the general reputation of the place ad the
character of the men and women who fre
quented It, both white and colored. Lieuten
ant Denniston testified to raiding it last
August, when 10 men and 5 Homeu were ar
rested, 2 of the latter being white women. The
house was ostensibly a barbershop and a board
ing house, but the police had been called to it
many times and had been approached so often
bv people who had alleged to have been ill
treated there, that it bad become known to
them as a disorderly house. Mrs. Woodruff
was on the stand when court adjourned and
had denied the allegations of the officers in
general. She said her house was a boarding
bouse, and the men and women seen there
were hef boarders, who paid her a weekly
To-dny's Trial Liar.
Criminal Court Commonwealth vs Glovan
no Francescbillo, Robert Clark, Minnie Flem
ing. Louis Xilke. John Lutz. Henry Schilling,
Charles Brooks, James W. Taggert, Philip Bel
bert, L. Parker, Frederick Fisher John Meyers,
Catnerine Hart, Jacob Noble, Hettie M. Gar
field et al, Alex. Gleman et al, R. L. Marshall,
Frank Schnonig, John KtUy, Margaret Shee
liin, Alice Crumhacher.
feCPRKMK COURT WORK.
A Number of ArtrnmentB Made In Important
In the Supreme Court yesterday an argument
was heard on the appeal of Thomas Richards
from the Quarter Sessions .Court. Richards
and his wife had separated in 1S86, and a deed
of separation was made out and agreed to by
both. Mrs. Richards received ?50 and a share
ot her husband's goods ana released all claim
on him. She afterward, however, sued him
for desertion, and an order was male compell
ing Richards to pay her $10 per month. Rich
ards offered in evidence the deed of separation,
but the lower court held that it did not relieve
the husband, and Richards appealed. The de
cision of the case will have an important bear
ing on the effectiveness of agreements of sep
aration between husband and wite.
An argument was heard in the case of Will
iam Carson and others against Adam and Svl
vester Fuho and Hugh McDonald, appealed by
the plaintiffs from Common Pleas No. 2. The
suit was an action in ejectment to recover three
lots in the Second ward, Allegheny.
An argument was heard in the appeal of
James A; Knox from tho decree-ot the Or
phans' Court. Knox contested the will of his
wife, Harriet Knox, which left him nothing,
alleirini that it wn Tint lntral hpim- aifrned Sim
ply "Harriet" The Orphans' Court sustained
the will and he appealed.
An argument was heard on the appeal of
William C. Guffey from the decree of Common
Pleas No. 1 In the suit brought against him by
William Nelson. The suit wa,s an action to re
strain Guffey from proceeding on an execution
which was issued on a revived judgment. Nel
son pleading that the judgment was barred by
his having been discharged from his debts as a
An argument was heard in the case of Ed
ward M. Yard and J. Y. Breese against the
Pittsburg and Lake Erie Railroad Company,
appealed by the railroad company from Com
mon Pleas No. 1. The suit is a controversy
over the titlo to a lot in the Thirtieth ward.
The appeal di Bnggs Drum from Common
Pleas No. 1, in the suit brought against them
by N. Holmes fc Son, a suiton a check resulting
irom tne failure ot tne 1'enn .Bank, wasargnca.
An argument was heard in the case of Sebas
tian Stutz against the Loyalhanna Coal fc Coke
Co., appealed by the company from Common
Pleas No. L The suit is to recover a balance
alleged to have been due for coal-washing ma
THOUGHT TO BE CRAZY.
Frnnz Kelner Acqultird on the Ground of
In the case of Franz Kelner, charged with
assault and battery by his wife, Catherine
Kelner, the jury were out but a few minutes,
and returned a verdict of not guilty on account
of insanity. Kelner is a German and lived
with his wife on Nineteenth street Last
spring he became queer and practiced all man
ner of tricks "to banish the devil," as his wife
explained. She testified that on one occasion
he broke a lot of dishes and furniture, danced
on the dishes and drove nails in the furniture.
His explanation was that he wanted
to kill the devil. He burned loose
paper at night as a charm and charged
his wife with allowing the devil to JusS and
fondle her. When Kelner was put on the
stand hn denied breaking the dishes and furni
ture and explained that he burned the paper
to kill roaches and bugs fn the house. When
asked if be did do anything to keep the devil
away, be said he put wet rags In knot holes, as
he knew that was a good charm. When given
his head, he talked so ramblingly that Judge
White stopped him and sent him from the
Deputy Warden Marshall said that when
Kelner was taken to jail he had strings tied
about his ankles, and when they were taken off
a lot of old iron, paper and fome herbs fell out
After the jury's verdict of acquittal, Kelner
was taken back to jail, and will likely be sent
FAVORS BAILEY, FARRELL & CO.
The Master Does Not Sustain Mr. Browne's
Choree of Fraud.
William R. Blair, master in the equity case of
Edward Browne against Bailey, Farrell t Co.,
yesterday filed his report Browne was the
patentee of improvements in grates and
burners for the burning of natural gas. He
claimed that he had sold a "shop right" to
Bailey, Farrel! & Co., giving them the privilege
of manufacturing andselling his improvements.
They, however, in copying the agreement had
altered it to give them the "sole right" to
manufacture and sell the articles, and he did
not detect the change when it was read to him,
trusting in their integrity. He learned it after
ward and filed his bill asking for a decree to
set aside the agreement He also asserted that
they had not given him an account of the arti
cles made and sold as required.
"Bailey, Farrell & Co. denied the charge of
fraud, stating that they had refused to pur
chase the "shop right" and Browne then sold
them the "sole right." They had made no re
turn of sales, etc, because there had been but
a few, and Browne said there was no hurry.
The master finds in favor of Bailey, Farrell &
Co., and recommends the dismissal of Browne's
The Jury Comlderlns.
The trial of H. Clayton Williams, charged
with embezzlement by the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad, was concluded yesterday and the
case given to the jury. Judge White's charge
was rather a severe one, and a disagreement is
possible. The defendant was a conductor on
the Baltimore and Ohio road, and operated a
system whereby he removed the coupons on
1,000-mUe tickets, neglected to cancel them, and
sold them again and pocketed the cash. The
jury bad not brought in a verdict when court
His Counsel Not Rendy.
The trial of Giovanna Frances Chillo for the
murder of his brother, Michael Francescbillo,
was fixed for yesterday, but was postponed
until to-day, the counsel in the case not being
quite ready. Francescbillo stabbed and killed
his brother in a quarrel over a game of cards
in their boarding house in East Liberty, Both
men were Italian laborers.
What Lavrjen Have Done.
Judge Ewing yesterday made an order for
the removal of Ellen Callaghan, Eliza Parsons
and Hannah Williams, insane inmates of the
jail, to the insane asylum at Dixmont.
The will of the late Airs. Maria J. Keed was
filed yesterday for probate. She leaves S50 to
the Shady avenue Baptist Church and the bal
ance of her estate to her daughters.
The committee in charge of George B. Ster
rett, a lunatic, was authorized yesterday tc sell
Sterrett's interest in the firm of Lindsay Ster
rett fc Co., hardware dealers, to James C. Lind
say for $1050,
A bill in equity was filed yesterday by Levi
E. Felty against D. K. Calhoon. Felty alleges
that he made an agreement with Calhoon to
purchase from him two acres of land In Mifflin
township for $23 per acre. Calhoon afterward
refused to make the sale, and Felty wants a de
cree to compel him to do so and transfer the
United States Marshal Miller yester
day sold at public sale the property of Ferdi
nand and Mary Ann Marx, in Carroll town
ship. Cambria county. It consisted of a house,
stable, flouring mill, sawmill and 8S acres of
land, and was sold at the instance of Othello
Smeed, assignee of Marx. It was purchased
by Thomas Grevy, of Altoona, for 31,300.
A Great Discovery.
The f actithat castor oii, as vile a medicine as
was ever discovered, has so long held its own
as a laxative, is because, until Hamburg tigs
were discovered, no medicine could take its
place. Sow, however, ladies and children take
Hamburg figs, and like tbem. 25 cents. Dose,
one fig. Mack Drug Co., N. Y. ttsu
The Air DIedicntor nnd pector
is an apparatus for the treatment oi catarrh,
asthma, etc, by medicated air, It restores
hearing, proven tr colds, cures roaring in
me neaa. a child
can use it This ap
paratus is given with
each treatment. The
injector has been in
use lor years with a
record of curing all
simple catarrhs in
from three to six
mouths. Dr. Moore
treats cases with suc
cess at any dis
tance, S. G. Moore,
sive nractitioner in
treatment of catarrh.
nervous and chronic diseases.
B. & B.
A customer said to-day: "X saved 5 cts.
a yard on my flannel that I bought here."
27ot much, but 5 cts. saved on a yard of 40,
SO or 60-ct. fl.innel is an item.
Boggs & Buhl.
Go TO Groetzinger'a great sale of carpets,
carpet remnants and rugs, beginning to-day.
627 and 629 Penn avenue. tx
"What is the best thirst" 'quencher?
- P. & T.'s Pilsner-beer. All dealers.
Coroner McDowell Runs Behind
Bover About 3,000 Votes.
JOHNSTON EDNNING UP TO 10,000.
Mr. C. L. Magea Thinks Johnston's Major
ity is Bated Too High.
THE EEPDBLICAN LOSSES AEE HEAYI
Unofficial but very accurate returns of
Tuesday's election in Allegheny county are
taken from the sheets handed in with the
official returns, and may be said to be as
nearly correct as possible. "They show that,
with sixteen districts yet to hear from,
Eowand'svote was '15,845 and Johnston's
25,128, a majority over Rowand of 9,483.
This will be swelled to about 10,000. The
prohibition vote was extraordinarily light.
In one of the districti of the Thirteenth ward
one vote was cast for W. M. Pricefor Judge.
The Prothonotary's office yesterday was a
very lively place. The Democracy showed
their interest by being on hand early and
closely watching the returns.
Another noticeable thing in his contest
was that only about 35 per cent of the dis
trict boards put in claims for two days' pay.
Iu previous years about 80 per cent ot the
boards put in claims for double time. This
year only one-third made the claim. Some
of the boards had completed their count by
7:30, and there were others with the same
number of votes that did not get through
until after12 o'clock. The board to count
the vote will be appointed to-day.
The returns by wards from Pittsburg and
Allegheny were given in detail in yester
day's Dispatch. In a few instances they
could not be obtained, but subsequently
have been secured. In Pittsburg in the
First precinct of the Thirty-second ward,
3IcDowell had 81; Beltzhoover, 52; Second
precinct, same ward, McDowell's vote
was 73, Beltzhoover, 44; First precinct,
Thirty-third ward, McDowell, 48; Beltz
hoover, 121; First precinct. Thirty-fourth
ward, McDowell, 21; Beltzhoover, 105; Sec
ond precinct, Thirty-fourth ward, McDowell,
26; Beltzhoover, 45; First precinct, Thirty
sixth ward, McDowell, 79; Beltzhoover, 49;
Second nrecinct, Thirty-sixth ward, Mc
Dowell, 83; Beltzhoover, 54. In Allegheny,
in the Tenth precinct, Second ward, McDow
ell had 40; Beltzhoover, 24; Seventh precinct.
Sixth ward, McDowell, 31; Beltzhoover, 20;
Boyer, 30; Bigler, 26; Kowand, 19; Johns
ton, 38; Second precinct, Ninth ward, Mc
Dowell, 73, Beltzhoover, 70; First precinct,
Tenth ward, Bover, 51; Bigler, 19; Rowand,
30; Johnston, 45; McDowell, 50; Beltz
hoover, 26; Second precinct, Tenth ward,
Boyer, 19; Bigler, 29; Rowand, 9; Johns
ton, 39; McDowell, 18; Beltzhoover,
30; Third precinct, Tenth ward, Boyer,
20, Bigler, 16; Eowand, 20;
Johnston, 16; McDowell 23; Beltzhoover,
13: Firzt precinct, Twelfth ward, Bover,
32; Bigler, 100; Rowand 16; Johnston, 117;
McDowell, 36; Beltzhoover, 97.
In the rural districts a light vote was
polled, but the general ratios were pre
served. As a politician remarked yester
day, McDowell hud such a load to carry
that be ran behind the ticket
Coroner McDowell, as nearly as it can be
approximately estimated, ran behind Boyer
aoout 3,000 votes in the county. C. L.
Magee said last night that it vrtis a mistake
to say that Johnston's majority would reach
10,000, as the Democrats claimed. At pres
ent it is difficult to estimate what the Re
publican vote will be in the county. Mr.
Magee is authority also lor the statement
that in Republican wards the gaius and
losses for McDowell were at the rate of 11
for to 16 against him.
The surest remedy is cheapest, because it
is sure iu cases wherever any remedy can be
helpful; hence, with puny, feeble children
where strength, appetite and spirits are
wanting the tonic -properties of Dr. D.
Jayue's Tonic Vermifuge given in tonic
doses will be found invaluable. No rem
edy ot the kind bas been so long in use, none
been so thoroughly tested, and none is to
day held in higher estimation by the thou
sands of families in which it has been used.
Sold by all druggists.
BODY BBUSSELS CARPETS.
Special Prices on a Lot of Fnttems That
Will Not be Reproduced,
6,000 yards best Lowell and Hartford
makes of body brussels to go at $1 a yard.
These are 'not remnants, but full rolls,
and we have sold them all along at $1 50 a
The patterns will not be reproduced for
the spring trade, and we want to get rid oi
The sale will begin to-day and continue
during the week.
Remnants of all kinds of carpets on first
floor. Edward Groetzinger,
tt 627 and 629 Peun avenue.
Thompson' Guide to Music Buying.
Every musician in Pittsburg should have
this publication. It is a large 60-paged
catalogue, fall sheet music size, containing
illustrations and prices of nearly every
musical instrument, irom a double-tongned
jewsbarp to a fine piano. Also, a complete
list of over 6,000 pieces of popular sheet
music. Also, a special list of popular
music books by well-known publishers.
The special net prices printed in this cata
logue will open your eyes. "We send this
complete, including Will L. Thompson's
latest song and chorus, on receipt of 10 cts.
in postage stamps.
"W. L. Thompson & Co.,
East Liverpool, O.
Bnve Your Money nnd Buy
Bradford & Co. piano, 74 octaves $100
Von Minden piano, 1 octaves 125
Kimball oi gan, 5 octaves 45
Mellor & Hoene organ, 5 octaves 20
New organs, 5 octaves 44
New organs, 6 octaves 55
New upright pianos, 1 octaves 175
Do not be deceived by unscrupulous
dealers, but buy ot us and save 25 per cent.
Echols, mcMurbay & Co.,
123 Sandusky St., Allegheny City, Pa.
Fine Cloakluffs by the Yard,
52 to 54 inches wide. Fancy stripes, plaid
mixtures and English home spuns at $1 25
up. Other excellent styles in jacquardsand
plain beavers. Jos.'Korne &Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Handsome French Printed Flanntla
And new plaid and striped imported flan
nels, 25 cts. to 75 cts. Intermediate grades
at closer prices than are generally sold.
Boggs & Buhl,
Cabinet photos, $1 jier doz. Extra
panel picture. Lies' Popular Gallery, 10
and 12 Sixth st. ttsu
A glass ofF. & V.'s Iron City beer at
night insures quiet sleep.
PROPOSALS FOR OIL OFFICE OF
Lighthouse Inspector, Third district,
Tompkmsville, N. Y., November L 1889. (Post
office box 212S, .New York City.) Sealed pro
posals will be received at this office until 1
o'clock P. M. ot FRIDAY, the 22d day of No
vember, 1SS9, for furnishing mineral oil and
lard oil of the quality required for the United
States lighthouse service. Specifications,
forms of proposal, and other information may
be obtained on application to this office. The
right is reserved v reject any or all bids; and to
waive any defects. FRED'K. KODGERS,
Commander. U. 8. N., Inspector. no7-99
Lawrence Bank of PrrrsBTTKO, l
PirrsnUEQ. October 3L I8S9.
DIVIDEND-THE BOARD OF DIRECT
ORS of this bank have this day declared
a dividend of THREE (S) PER CENT on the
capital stock out of the earnings of the last six
months, payable on demand.
-nol-78 JOHN HOEBR. Cashier.
THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH,
B3-Display advertisement one dollar per
iguare or one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, elc ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken for 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 transient ad vertisements will
be received up to-9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with 'i'UB DIS
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, SMI Butler street.
EMIL G. STUCKEY. 21th street and 1'enn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY 4C0., Wylle ave. and Fultonst
N. STOKKLY. Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, 6121 1'enn avenue.
MO ALLISTEK SHE1BLER, Sth av. & AlWOOd It.
JACOBSPOHN. No. : Carson street.
H. A. DONALDSON, 17B7 Carson street
A. J. KAEKCHEK, 59 Federal street.
H. J. McBRIDE. Market House, Allegheny.
FKF.DH. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS & SON. Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENBY. Western and Irwlnaves.
G. W. HUGHES. Peunsvlvaniaand Beaver aves.
PERRY M. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
W. W. FLOCKER, Stationer. No. 4 Grant ave.
TJCTANTED-MILK SHIPPER BYGLENWOOD
MILK. CO., aU2 l'enn ave.
TTANTED-A BLACKSMrrH. APPLY AT
VV 933 Penn ave. BOOTH &FLINN. no7-3
WANTED-A GOOD WHITE BOY. 16 TO 17
years or age. Inquire at ST. CHAKLK3
WANTED STONECUTTERS, INQUIRE AT
JOHN SCHREINEB'Syard, head of Adams
St.. Allegheny. no5-l4-TTS
WANTED-OFF1CE BOY. ADDRESS IN
own handwriting, giving age, etc., B
Dispatch office. no7-43
WANTED - DENTAL ASSISTANT AD
DRESS, with reference, DR. A. E. HALL,
McKeesport, Fa. noS-44
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS CANVASSER
Tor the Century Dictionary. H. WATTS &
CO., 431 Wood st. no5-71-TTS
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED D1UVER
for furniture wagon: also a packer. In
quire 434 SMITHFIELD ST., Pittsburg. no7-66
WANTED-MACHINISTS AND MULDERS;
lour llrst class machinists an d two molders
to go to the country. Apply at 01 FEDERAL
STREET. Allegheny. U02-3S
WANTED-TWO EXPERIENCED SOLICIT
OUS In an established business; good -wages
to the right parties. Call at NO. 12 FEDERAL
ST., Room Zi, Allegheny. no7-3S
VT7-ANTED-SIX GOtD CARPENTERS AT
T Bunola station, McKeesport and Believer
non R. It. Apply on the ground or to HEY' L &
PATTERSON, J0O Third ave., city. no7-3I
WANTED-A GOOD AGENT TO SELL THE
Merrltt typewriter, the best f 15 machine In
America. Call on or address OFFICE SPECI
ALTY MFG. CO., McCance Block, Pittsburg.
WANTED-GENTLEMEN WHO DESIRE A
wire or a llvelv correspondent to send their
address and stamp to THE AMERICAN CORRE
SPONDING CLUB, Box 613, Clarksburg W; Va.
XTTANTED-MOLDERS TEN GOOD. NON
V UNION molders wanted at the foundry of
theEustcn Manufacturing Co,
a car works. Ad
dress L R. TITUS, Foreman,
WANTED-YOUNG MAN FOR OFFICE
work: graduate of high school preferred.
Address In own handwriting, giving age, educa
tion and experience, ACCOUNTANT, Dispatch
VTTAi,'TEU-THlKTY COMPETENT AND KE
YV Sl'ECTABLE stove molders: steady work;
prices guaranteed equal to those or union shops.
Apply to MIAMI STOVE WORKS. Lawrence
burg, Ind. t. no7-28
WANTED-OT LABORERS FOR FACTORY, 25
coal shufflers, wages 31 75 per day. 23 rail
road laborers, 60 laborers for pipeline, farm and
gardeners. AUG. F. GEIBLEK, General Agent,
610 Grant street. no7-47
WANTED-RELIABLE LOCAL ANDTltAV
EL1NG salesmen; positions permanent;
special Inducements now; fast-selling specialties;
don't delay; salary from start. BROWN BROS.,
Nurserymen, Rochester, N.Y. sel7-70-rrs
WANTED-DETECTTVES IN EVERY COUN
TY; shrewd men to act undei; instruction
In our secret service; experience not necessary:
send 2-cent stamp. GBANNAN DETECTIVE
BUREAU CO., Arcade, Cincinnati, O.
WANTED - GENTLEMEN AT SMART'S
Practical Business and Shorthand College,
4 Sixth St.; greater Inducements at lower terms
tnan any other college: private lessons for both
sexes day and evening: the best instruction guar
anteed without text books. OC31-TTSSU
WANTED-LABOKERS WANTED IN NEW
Orleans tuo able-bodied men to ship as
crew; wages S60per 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. ocl6-42
VV powder and pure spices; gifts with goods;
coke workers, miners or millmun can makemoney
in their spare time: special Inducements to per
sons having established trade. YAMASH1BO
TEA CO., S3 Jackson St., Allegheny, fa.
-TTTANTED-SALESMEN AT S75 FER MONTH
TV salarvand expenses, to sell a line of silver
plated ware, watches, etc.; by sample only; horse
and team furnished free: write at once for full
artlculars and sample case of goods free. STAN
iARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass.
young men willing to work to represent a
NewVork manufacturing companyin Jobbing and
grocerv trade of Fittsburg and vicinity; must
come well recommended, stating former business
and experience: no commissions. Address H. A.
S., Dispatch office. no7-3
WANTED -AGENTS-TO SELL OUR NON
EVAPORATING, non-freezing chemical fire
pall, patented! exclusive territory given: sells to
factories, hotels, business blocks, dwellings, etc.:
an entirely new thing and sells on sight: indorsed
N. E. Insurance Ex.. Factory Mut. Ins. Cos., Chi
cago Underwriters' Association, etc ; sample nail,
price list, etc. sent on receipt of S2. AddreosTHE
WORCESTER FIRE APPLIANCE CO. rlncor
porate'i. No. 33 Front street, Worcester, Hass.
VTJANTED-A GIRL AT 638 FENN AVE.J
VV must have good reference. no7-49
"TTTANTED-A COOK AND A CHAUBER
W MAID to live with family in Florida, mid
dle aged German woman preferred. Apply at 2
V. M., Friday and Saturday of this week, at the
office of HILL
WANTED-LADY AGENTS FOR OUR NEW
Mcintosh Kaglln; superior cloth, in wide
strloes on outside; vulcanized rubber on Inside;
close fitting; very stylish; never spots: beautiful
as the nnest clotii-garment ever made and Is abso
lutely watcrprooft'agents sell six a day and make
(6 00; great opportunity; also lino line other
goods. Address E. H. CAMl'BELL, 434 Randolph
St., Chicago. no2-69-TT8u
TTTANTED-TO EMPLOY A FEW LADIES.
V V on 6alary, to take charge of my business at
their homes; entirely unobjectionable; light: very
fascinating and healthful: no talking required;
permanent r-osition: -wages Slo per week In ad
vance; good pay foi part time; my references in
clude some of tne best well-known people of Lou
isville, Cincinnati, Pittsburg and elsewhere. Ad
dress with stamp, MRS. MARION WALKER,
Fourth and Chestnut sts., Louisville, Ky.
Male nnd Female Helo.
TXT-ANTED-WAITER FOR PRIVATE FAMI-
V LY, 10 for hotel, housekeeper, Catholic pre
ferred. 100 bouse girls. 50 cooks. 10 chambermaids,
dishwasher. 2 dining room girls, boarding house
cook. MEEHAN'S, 545 Grant St. no7-D
WANTED-FRENCH NURSE TO TAKE
charge of twoxhlldren, cooks, dining room
girls, chambermaids, nurses, 100 l.ouseglrls, Ger
man and colored girls, larm hands, drivers, man
for dairy. MRS. E. THOMPSON, 60S Grant st.
WANTED-MAN AND WIFE (NO CHIL
DKEN); man to tend place and care for
horses and cow; woman to do washing and iron
ing; good house, fuel, etc, furnished; good place
to suitable couple. Apply at 8. HAMILTON'S,
Fifth ave., Hamilton building. no7-23
WANTED-A TOSITION AS STEWARD IN A
first-class club -or hotel: have catered to
some of the best families in U.S., highest lefer
ences. STEWART, Dispatch ffice. no7-9
WAN TED-POSITION BY A MIDDLE-AGED
lady as housekeeper either in hotel or pri
vate family; long experience and good reference.
Address J. P. J., Dispatch office. nos-SC-Thsu
TTTANTED-SITUATION AS NURSERY GOV.
VV ERNESS or Invalid lady's maid; best of
reference given; out of city preferred,
o. u., rn .Monterey si., Aiiegneny, i"a,
WANTED-SITCATI'JN AS FOREMAN TO A
stone contractor, by an archliectural
draughtsman and practical stonecutter Address
STONE CONTRACTOR, Dispatch office. no7-33
WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN, 23 YEARS
oi age, position as bookkeeper or other
clerical work or salesman in wholesale house;
first-class references and security. CLEBK, Dis
patch ofilee. n o7-37
Boarders nnd Lodgers.
WANTED-0CCUPANT8 FOR LARGE,
handsomely furnished room, with board,
both gases, bath, etc.: everything .first-class:
best oi references: also one single room. 6025
STATION ST., East End, no7-50
VTANTED-TO LOAN H4000 IN SUMS TO
vV suiton first mortgage. Save expense 'by
uurenHiDjrnivJLij!, AJispaicn ouice,
WANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
,ti, ERTY, over 14,000: 4 ner cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER CO., KFourth avenue.
TJTANTED-MORTG AGES-MONEY TO LOAN
X In sums to suit at 4, S and 6 per cent.
ALLES& BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
in large and small amounts at 4)4. 5 and 6
per cent, free of state tax: no delay. REED B.
COYLE& CO., 131 Fourth ave mynO
WANTED-TO LOAN 850,000 ON MORT
GAGES In amounts to suit. In cltr or coun
try, at 4)4 to 6 per cent, as to
ter cent, as to security; no oeiay.
BLACK A CO., 89 Fourth ave.
WANTED-TO LOAN 1300,0011. IN AMOUNTS
of 3,000 and upward, on city and suburhan
property, on 4) percent, free of tax: also smaller
amounts at S and 6 per cent. BLACK ft BAIKD,
ro x ounn avenue.
WANTED-MORTG AGES-J1, 000, 000TO LOAN
on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
6 per cent, and on larms in Allegheny and aqla
cent counties at 6 per- cent. 1. M. FENNOCK X
bON, 103 Fourth avenue. ap7-f41
T7ANTED-TO nOAN 200,000 ON MORT
II GAGES: 1100 and unward at 6 ner cent:
500,000 at 4K per cent on residences or business
also in adlolnlng
counties. S. H.
la Fourtb avenue.
TTANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
v V dozen (13) of Stewart & Co. 's fine cabinet
photos for I, at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
WANTED TO BUY A RETAIL GROCERY
store in this or Allegheny City. Address
W. S. T Box 1018, Fittsburg, giving location,
price and other particulars, no7-14
WANTED - NOVEMBER IS THE LAST
. month for fine cabinets at 1 per dozen, at
AUFRECHT'S ELITE GALLERY, 510 Market
St., Pittsburg. Bring the children on elevator.
T7"ANTED-ONE SECOND-HAND STEAM
V power punch, such as Is used in boiler
shop. Address by letter only, giving dimensions
and price and where It can be seen, HENRY E.
UISSHICH, IS Walnut St., Allegheny. no5-6I-TTS
WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING l'HO
TOGKAPHER, 98 Fifth avenue Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he Is making fine cabinets at 1 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: instan
taneous nroeess. mhI3-t3
FOR. SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-VICKROY STREET, A BRICK
dwelling of 7 rooms, both gases, city water,
bath, w.c. all conveniences and newly papered.
BLACK BAIKD, 95 Fourth ave. 2E-81 no5-4
FOR SALE -3 BRICK DWELLINGS ON
Sraallman St.. near Twenty-seventh St., at a
price that will net 10 ier cent as an investment;
3,40O. BALTENSPEKGER WILLIAMS. 154
fourth ave. no6-60
FOR SALE A 9 PER CENT NET INVEST
MENT: a quick sale desired to settle an es
tate large brick bouses: lot 40x80 feet. Tunnel,
near Filth avenue See W. A. HERRON &SONS,
80 Fourth avenue. no6-67-MTh
FOR SALE-WASHINGTON ST.. NEAR WY
LIE, a 2-story and attic brick dwelling of 6
rooms, hall, bath, laundry; both gases; hard
wood mantels, etc.; well sewered and in good re
pair; lot 20x102. BLACK BAIHD, 95 Fourth
ave. 2K no5-2
FOR SALE-9 PER CENT NET INVESTMENT
for 5,000 on Fifth ave.: short distance from
Court House; 3 houses; almost new; rented to
good tenants: large lot, fronting two streets; cer
tain of enhancement ofvalue. SAM'L W.BLACK
CO. , 99 Fourth ave. no7-41
Eaat End Reslaence.
TJOR SALE HANDSOME 8-ROOMED FRAME
jj nonseonurazierst.. lot 4sxizo: price 4,500,
on easy payments.
MELLON BROTHERS, 6.149
Diauun si., x.. ..
FOR SALE-P.7C0 FOR A NEW 6-ROOMED
frame house on Hastings st handy to cable
line ana railroad:, easy payments. MELLON
BROTHERS. 6349 Station sfc, E. E. no7-7-Tbrsu
FOR SALE BRICK HOUSE 7 ROOMS AND
large lot on Rlppey St., paved: a bandsome
home and well located; 56,900, on easy payments.
MELLON BROTHERS, 6349 Station St., . E.
FOR SALE-OAKLAND RESIDENCE, CRAFT
ave., near Fifth are.; 14rooms.bath,laundry;
all the latest Improved conveniences; large
grounds. 135x260. BLACK BAIRD, 95 Fourth
are. 20-88. no5-2
FOR SALE-NEW DWELLING HOUSE OF 6
rooms, attic bath, w. c, range slate man
tels, front and back DorcbMot 30x100: Cvnress
street, Shadysldc: easy terms: immediate pos-
miit suiiiiiUT, 157 Fourta ave.
FOR SALE-H800-SHADYS1DE, 1 SQUARE
from Fifth ave. ; new 9-room frame dwelling,
hall. bath, sliding doors, inside shutters and w.c,
slate mantels, tile hearths, range, gas. etc; lot
32x100. SAM'L W. BLACK JO., 99 Fourtb
FOR SALE-HANDSOMEHOMKFOR f3,300 ON
very reasonable terms: street and sewer Im
provements made; a complete brick bouse, late
venlenced most thoroughly: beautifully located
on Coltart square Oakland. Full particulars
from W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
siTJeoi arcuueciure, v rooms, nniauea ana con-
FOR SALE-AN EAST END DWELLING
bouse, with large lot; eleht nice rooms, reception-hall,
natural gas, bath, laundry, porch
front and rear: almost new and in excellent con
dition throughout; owner Intends going South
and is prepared to sell at onlv 87,500: possession
within thirty days. JAB. W. DRAPE ft CO.. 129
Fourth ave, Pittsburg. . no7-21
FOB SALE-THE VEKY BEST AND MOST
complete brick houses for the money oflered
for kale in either city: onlv 6.300-brlck houses
well built: latestyleof architecture: 9 rooms. hand
somely finished: complete to smaller details; street
and sewer improvements made: location first
class, on Coltart square, the most desirable part of
Oakland; send for particulars. W. A. REKKON
4 SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. nol-4-MTh
FOB SALli-SEVEBAI, FIBST-CLASS BESI
DENCES and grounds In the East End in
central localities on and around line of cable cars,
near Shadysldc station; we have a number of fine
properties on our list for sale to which we would
Invite the attention of anyone desiring to secure
position in the bhadvslde district: wc will take
pleasure In showing any of the places and giving
full particulars confidentially at any time; we
have a system of conducting our business by
which buyers are not known until deals are con
summated. JAS, W. DBAPE & CO.. 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. no7-22-Ths
FOR SALE-3 ACKEH GROUND, GLENWOOD,
fronting becond ave.. with a brick dwelling
of 8 rooms and 4 attic rooms: only live minutes
walk from station: well adapted for manufactory
purposes. BLACK & BAIKD, 95 Fourth ave. 2D
FOR SALE-ON BEECH ST., ALLEGHEMY,
fine brick dwelling, 2-storles and mansard:
lot 20x100 feet; price, ,12,000. A. D. WILSON, S5
Federal st. no7-9G-Ths
OK SALE-ON STOCKTON AVE.. ALLE
UHENY, 3-tory brick dwelling, with large
lot running through to Tarkway; price. 826.000.
A. D. WILSON, 55 Federal st. no7-!-Ths
FOR SALE-OHIO ST. EXTENSION, NEAR
Bridge st ; 160 ft. frontage by 32 ft. to West
Penn K. K. : six frame dwellings and stable.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
FOUSALE-5 BRICK HOUSES.ALLEOHEN X,
2 on Robinson of 9 rooms, bath, h. and c.
water, both gases, etc., and 3 on Hose alley. 4
rooms and attic; each all well sewered. BLACK
i, BAlItU. 05 Fourth ave. 2B-131 no5-2
F OK SALE-A TWO-STOKY FRAME HOUSE
of 5 rooms and finished attic: lot 30x14) feet;
planted In good fruit trees; located on Shady ave
nue, Eleventh ward, Allegheny; price only 2,100.
C. BEUINOER i, SON, 103 Fourth ave. noS-53-TT
' 5 '
FOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN-A VEKY GOOD
two-story frame house of 5 rooms and attic,
with two large lots of 48 feet front each by 150 feet
deep, m -Mlllvalc borougb, on a good street: price
only 2,600. C. BEltlNUEB & SON, 103 Fourth ave.
FORSALE-?8,0C0-EASYTEKMS, A SEWICK
LEY home, very centrally i(nd desirably
located, containing 10 rooms, bath and other con
veniences; lot 47x3)3 ft.; lawn and large fruit
trees: also, adjoining property, for 4i500: lot
r)x22ort.: frame dwelling, 7 rooms, natural gas
and water; these properties will be sold together
for 10,000: terms to suit. A. W. ADAIR, Koom
708 Penn b'Idg., Penn ave. nos-42
FOK SALE-CHOICE SEWICKLEY KESI
DENCE property: modern dwelling, 11
rooms, bath, inside w. c, hardwood mantels,
handsome tile fireplaces, laundry, nat. and art.
gas, house supplied with filtered water under
pressure, concrete sidewalks, stable, etc.; large
grounds, shaded with fine old forest trees; excel
lent neighborhood; honses all set back 50 to 100
feet from street; also fine building sites, with'
same advantages as to location and surroundings ;
trains run on express time at" the hours most
needed by business men. SAMUEL W. BLACK
& CO.. 99 Fourth ave. no3-12-TT
FOK SALE LOTS.
OK SALE-FARM 150 ACKES: 40 ACRES
rtonlar. oak and hlcfcorv timber: food eoaL
limestone: water; 4 acres choice fruit: frame
house, 6 rooms: bunk barn: near Apollo; 40 per
acre. ED. WI1T13H, 410 Grant St., Pittsburg,
FOR SALE 14 ACKES OF FINE LAND,
bouse, barn, well of water, all In cult, and
fenced, near city and K. R. In the Oil Belt; 200
per acre; good terms; also several other small
farms for sale. GEO. S. MARTIN & CO., 105
Fourth ave. no5-41-TTSSU
F)ll 8ALE-200 ACKES, S-ROOM HOUSE. 2
barns, large orchard, 1 mile from station, for
0 per acre: sell easy pavments or take other
nropcrty in exchange; also 35 acres, nice home,
o rooms, barn, orchard, well, etc.: 2 miles from
Beaver; sell easy payments or exchange; send for
farm and ex. list. N. F. HURST, Lock Box 49,
Rochester, fa. oc3I-15-tts
FOR SALE-NEAR SCHENLEY PARK, 31
acres land, fronting 1,800 feet on graded
street; can be subdivided Into good building lots
that will sell rapidly: cheap IT sold soon; terms
satisfactory. IRA il. BUKCHF1ELD, 153 Fourth
?S j7 1
FOR SALE-FIFTH AVE. BUSINESS PROP
ERTY? only 8364 per root front, near the
Court House a lot 123XU2 ft. to another street:
especially, adapted for stores, warehouse light
mannfatturing or any other purpose requiring
large space and down-town location: satlsiactory
terms can be made. SAMUEL W. BLACK CO.,
S9 Fourth ave. no2-87-TTS
Enst End Lota.
FOR SALE-J600 yOR HEKKON HILL LOTS,
Madison ave., lust at terminus of Wylle ave.
cable line, 24x100 feet. BLACK & BAIBD.
Fourth ave. no2-65
FOR SALE-250 FOR A N1CE.LEVEL LOT ON
River ave..-at foot of Collins ave. : will sell
on easy payments. MELLON BROTHERS,
Station St., K. E.
FOR 8ALE-?8.W-LOT 24X10O. ON ELYS1AN
ave, Point Breeze; handy to cable and rail
road: on easy pavmeutsi
6349 Station St., E. E.
FOR SALE-170 PER FRONT FOOT FOR
large rurncr lot on Rlppey st. (pavedl: this
Ericc includes all street Improvements. MELLON
ROTHEKS, 6319 Station St.. E. E. no7-7-ThPSu
FOR SALE-A BEAUTIFUL BUILDING SITE
47x164 feet on paved street In Oakland, close
to Fifth ave. arst-class neighborhood; only 100
per foot fronts BLACK BAIRD, 5 Fourth
ave. 2D-216. noS-2
FOR SALE-850 PEP. FOOT. WALLINGFORD
Place 2 squares from Fifth ave. cable: lot
68x131 feet: this is a sacrifice and must be sold at
once; will enhance 20 per cent In 6 months.
S AM'L W. BLACK CO., 99 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-tl33 PER FOOT, FIFTH AVE.,
near HUand ave.. E. E.: lot 195x250 feet;
this is certainly one or the most desirable resi
dence sites on the avenue; high aud dry: fine
view, etc. : very easy terms. SAM'L W. BLACK
& CO., 99 Fourth ave. ,no7-40
FOR SALE-RARE CHANCES FOR FROFIT
AULK Investment; by buying a lot now In
Baum Grove plan at present low prices you are
bound to make money; Baum Grove plan will
faavn more fine asphaltum streets and wide flag
stone sidewalks-than any other plan In the mar
ket. MELLON BROS., East End. or JuHN F.
BAXTER. Agent, 512 Smltnflcld street.
FOR SALE-CHEAPBAHGA1N-IBW1N AVE.
near North ave, 2 lots 20x106 ft. each fur
R,20Oeach; terms easy. ALLES BAILEY, 161
Fourth ave. Tel. 167. no6-59
FOR SALE-LOTS ON NUNNERY HILL
Twelfth ward. Allegheny: a few choice lots
remain In the late Robert Henderson plan on Nun
nery Hill; to secure a lot here an early visit is
necessary. A. LEGGATE SON, Agents, 31
Federal st.. Allegheny. no5-19
FORSALE-1F YOU WANT A SAFE INVEST
MENT In property.and one that will Increase
rapidly In value, buy one of those very desirable
lots In Villa Parbf plan. Brash ton; oar prices are
low and terms exceptionally easy. JNO. F. BAX
TER, Agent, 512SinlthtleIdst. no3-71-TTSSu
17IOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS; 50x194, 400 TO COO,
, Belmont Place Ingram. P., C St. L. R. K. :
streets 50 ft. wide: sewered; houses to set back 40
ft., cost at least $2,000: terms S25down, balance ?lo
r.er month. INGRAM LAND AND IMPROVE
MENT CO., 60 Fourth ave. (second floor).
FOR SALE A GOOD PAYING GENERAL
store at a bargain': storeroom and dwelling.
For particulars address S. P. POORBAUGH,
Glencoe, Pa. oc8-3b
FOR SALE-A GOOD-PAYING. SMALL CON
FECTIONERY and cigar store at a bargain,
on Carson St., S. S. ; will Invoice about 3650. Par
ticulars from CAMPBELL, DENNY CO.. 1507
Carson St., S. S., Pittsburg. no6-57
TTIOR SALE-A 3-CHA1B SHOP:
mustbesold at once: can be bought
cheap: no commission required of either party.
A. EDLISCO,, leading manufacturers of bar
ber supplies aud furniture, 502. 504, SOU, EOS. 510
Liberty St., Pittsburg. no7-19
TOR SALE-DRUG STORE-ONE OF
test stands on the Southslde. Carson st.. with
a very fine established trade: prescription trade
large; an elegant opening lor me ngut party;
stock will Invoice about 82,500: on reasonable
terms. Particulars from CAMFBELL, DENNY
CO., 1507 Carson St., S. S.. Pittsburg. no5-74
FOR SALE-AT A SACR1F1CE-A rlUST
CLASS drygood: business: stock fresh and
clean: location one of the cry best, in a large
manufacturing district; stock will invoice about
8,003; can be reduced to 5,000; good and sufficient
.reasons for selling. Those meaning business can
get full particulars by addressing P. O. BOX 50,
McKeesport, Pa. no2H3-TTS
lOIt SAI,E-ON SPECIAIiLTf EASY TERMS,
acomoletelv eoulnncd malleable and gray
Iron foundry. In full running order: property Is
25x160 feet: brick building, with machine shop,
patterns, etc., and Is situated within three blocks
orthe switch track in tho heart of St. Louis. For
full particulars apply to JOHN GKETHEK, No.
3 if. Eighth St., St. L0UI3, ilo. OC26-39-TTS
FOB SALE-NEW F1KST-CLAS3 STEAM
laundry: fine family grocery store with
splendid location and business, will invoice about
9,000; smaller grocery stores, fiOOto 5,000; milk
route; cigar and confectionery stores 225to&0;
drygoods and notion stores; feed store; 2 printing
offices: drug stores: shoe stores; bakeries and 100
other business chances: free particular!, SHEP
ABD A CO., M fifth avb. oc25
FOB 8 ALE AN OLD ESTABLISHED COUI
TBY store, with a general and well assorted
stock of goods and doing a safe and profitable
business: situate in the midst of a populous and
wealthy community; postofflce established lu same
building; ill health on the part of present owner,
and anxiety to retire from business the only rea
sons for felling. Particulars from JAS. W.
DKAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
-pOR SALE-A WHOLE OK HALF INTEREST
X? in an extensive general store doing a large
and lucrative business in a rapidly growing man
ufacturing town on line of railroad; spacious
rooms In a brick building on the corner of the two
leading streets in the place; oldest and best stand
in town: sales about 80, 000 annually, mostly on a
cash basis; no bad debts: such a fine opportunity
as this presents to secure a money-making busi
ness is of rare occurrence. Fuller Information to
principals onlyand thosemeaning business can be
obtained at our office, or sent by mall when real
name and address Is given. JAS. W. DBAPK &
CO.. 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. no7-21
OR SALE-MACHINE SHOP-THE VALU
ABLE machine shon of Washington Beck.
Esq., sltnate on 8. Sixteenth street, M. S.. le now
oflered for sale owing to HI health: lot 60x60 ft.,
with one 2-story trame building 40xb0 It. and a
one-story frame 20x6-1 feet, with engine, boiler,
ran. 3 linen of shafting, pullles, etc.; the ma
chinery Is all first-class and In good condition;
location excellent, heretofore doing a nice busi
ness; this valuable property will be sold at a low
price to an Immediate purchaser; an excellent
opportunity for a man of exnerlence and means to
step Into a well established trade: the attention or
machinists lolnvlted. Apply to I. M, PENNOCK
SON, 105 Fourth ave. no"-24-UThS
FOR8ALE-ON FEDERALS!'.. ALLEGHENY,
good business property; 4-story building;
a good Investment: price, .O.OjO. A.D.WIL
SON, 55 Federal st. no7-96-Ths
FOKSALE-BUSINES3 PKOPEKTI-A PROF
ITABLE Investment; large and substantial
brick building, cor. Federal strectand North ave
nue. See W., A. HEKBON & SONS. 80 Fourth
FOB SALE-SMITHF1ELD -ST., NEAK THE
new postofflce, business property, rented to
good tenants, to pay 5 per cent, absolutely net,
beside certain Increase in value, SAMUEL W.
BLACK &CO.,,99 Fourth ave. no2-97-TTS
SALE LAKSE BOAKD1NO HOUSE
and dlnlne room. centrallT located, business
large and profitable; best thing lu its line now on
tne maraec; special reason lor ecuin?. .bai,
iTENSPEKOEK & WILLIAMS. 154 Fourth ave.
FOK SALE -SIXTH STREET BUSINESS
property: good building 27 ft. front, 110 deep
to an alley, now rented to pay 6 per cent above all
expenses to purchaser: values are steadily grow
ing on this street. SAM'L W. BLACK & CO.. 99
Fourth ave. no2-97-TTS
FOR SALE -HOTEL PBOPEKTY - NEW
CASTLE. Pa.: the undersigned will sell at
public sale tbc Crawford House, New Castle,
Fa., Tuesday, Nov. 19, 168 at 2 o'clock P.M.;
house has alwavs been a'llccnsed hotel, and Is In
good repair. For particulars inquire of C. M.
CKAWFOKD,.New Castle, Pa. oc27-9S-ThSn
FOR SALE-THE MISSION CHURCH PKOP
EUTY, with three lots about 60 feet front, on
Lombard street. Allegheny, near head of Federal
street, and adlolnlng the spacious residence nnd
grounds of Colonel Andrews; to be sold at pnbtlc
sale, by order cf the trustees, on Friday after
noon. November 8, at 2 o'clock, on the premlt.es.
Terms, etc.. irom JAS. W. DKAPE cou Agents
and Auctioneers, 129 Fourth avenue, Pitfsburg.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Machinery, nnd Metnls-
FOB SALE-ENGINES AND BOILEES-NEW
and refitted: repairing promptly attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY ANDMACH1NECO..LIM..
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Fa. aulO-23
FOR-SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers: all sizes and styles In stock, from to
100 b. p.;alIrefltted:goodasncw, at lowest prices;
portable engines. 6 to 25b. p.; boilers all sizes
and styles. J.S.YOUNG.23 Park way, Allegheny,
FOlt SALE NOW -ONE SECOND-HAND
tenoning machine, 2 surface planers and I
shauer.and newjindsecond-hand engines, boilers,
lard kettles, tar tanks. Siemen valves, castings,
etc VELTE MCDONALD, Thirty-second st.
and Penn ave. v2t-9l-TTS
Na. 4ft tVfttii
,.' stoca un me premises
street, win De com as auction. November 11
1889. at 10 A. !.. an excellent lot of lathes from 13
to 28 Inches, swing from S. to 10-foqt bed: brass
lathes, drill presses, planer, wood-working ma
chinery, g-lnch Saunders tapping machine, pipe
machine; lot machine and gas-fltting tools, ream
ers, taps, etc; malleable and cast iron fittings;
gate and globe valves suitable frr steam and
natural gas; bending table and furnace: flasks
and patterns of valves, flanges and fittings: also
large gray marc, harness aud wagon. ItEES,
SHYjOKACO.. 48 Water street, Pittsburg, Pa.
Hones. Vehicles. Llvo Stock. Ore.
FOB SALE-I VEKY FINE WORK HORSE. 7
years old;weigbt aboutl. 400 pounds; also one
buggy mare: will sell reasonable. Call or address
89 WATEif. si., nnsourg.
FOB SALEA GOOD. SOUND, YOUNQ
team or draft horses, with nearly new, large
wagon: suitable for almost any business. In
quire at M PENN AVE. soS-43
TO LET-BUrLER 8T., NEAR FIFTY-SEVENTH,
4 very nice new 2-story brick houses
of 6 rooms each. I. M. PENNOCK SON. 105
Fourth ave. no2-57-TTS
rpOLET-10 MINUTES' WALK FROM COURT
X HOUSE, neat brick house 8 rooms and large
attic; late Improvements; rem low; on Bedford
avenue. W. A. HERRON SONS, 80 Fourth
TO LET-PENN AVE. AND FIFTH ST..
three-story brick house, nlnerooms: all con
veniences: unexcelled location for lodging house
offices or professional men; Immediate possession.
SAM' L W. BLACK CO., 99 Fourth ave. no3-ll
East End ResMencea.
TO LET-nOJSE OF 14 BOOMS. STABLE
and outbuildings: large grounds; on Negley
avenue near Penn avenue cable cars. Inquire of
HENRY ROBERTS,atOUverRoberU Wire Co..
desirable new 8-rooni house In Allegheny,
near West Park: owner leaving city. Address at
once A, Dispatch office no7-ll
TOLET-3NICE ROOM3 ON FIRST FLOOR,
separate front entrance both gases, water in
bouse free paved yard, half sq. rrom North ave.
and Arch st. Inquire on premises, upstairs, 12
VETO ST. (side entrance), Allegheny. no7-2S
TO LET-NEW WAREHOUSE, 40x80, 6 STORIES
and cellar: power elevator; very convenient
location. Call lor particulars. SAMUEL W.
BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave. noo-14
Offices. Dek Room, etc
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two of the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be found in the
city; rent, 2X1 and 300 per annum, including elec
tric lights, janitor service and steam beating.
Apply between 10 X. u. and 1 r. ., or between
2 and 4 P. M. ty23-CT
FOUND-A DARK BAY MARE OWNER CAN
have by proving property and paying charges.
Inquire at 333 Frankstown ave. East End. WILL
IAM BARLOW. ' no7-l
PERSONAL-HAVE YOU SEEN LEVI'S
bookstore? Do you know we have new books
as well as old? Do you know we have the largest
stock of old books west ot the Allegheny Moun
tains? LEVI'S BOOKSTORE, 900 Liberty st.
TJEKSONAL HIS LOVE
recentlv thev had not been on the
best of terms owing to a little family jar occa
sionea oy me wire insisting on Deiug auowea to
renovate his wearing apparel, and which, ot
course was done In a bungllngmanner; In order
to prevent the tronble they agreed to send all
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor, 65
Fifth ave.. corner Wood St., second floor, and
now everything Is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns in their household.' Telephone 1558.
T-VISSOLTJTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
This Is to certify that the partnership in
the livery business located on Irwin ave.. No.
115 Second ward, city of Allegheny, now ex
isting between Jamss Stevenson and John U
Menold, is this 7th day of NOVEMBER, 1&9,
dissolved by James Stevenson retiring from
the said business, and the said John Menold to
collect all outstanding debts belonging: to the
firm, and the said John Menold to pay all debts
against the said firm of Stevenson & Menold.
no7 JOHN L. MENOLD.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the partnership existing between Reese
Lindsay and Walter S. Knox, doing business as
stone contractors, under the firm name of
Reese Lindsay & Co., has been dissolved by
mutual consent, W. S. Knox retiring from the
firm. The business of the firm will be settled
by Reese Lindsay, who is authorized to collect
all accounts due the firm, and to whom all
claim shonld be presented for settlement.
REESE LINDSAY, WALTER S. KNOX.
In retiring from the firm of Reese Lindsay &
Co. I cordially commend all my friends to my
late partner, who will carry on the old business
of stone contracting, under the name or Ree-e
Lindsay & Co., No. 3022 to 3020 Liberty avenue.
WALTER 8. KNOX.
Pittsbttbo, November i. 1889. nn7-35
EVANS & HOEY
November ll-Bartley Campbell's "Siberia."
1RAND OPERA HOUSE
MR. SOL SMITH RUSSELL.
"A Poor Relation."
Matinee Saturday. Saturday Night,
Next week "A Midnight Bell." no4-24
ORLD'S MUSEUM. ALLEGHENY.
Week commencing November 4,
BASS, tue ussmea Jian.
Many curios. Clever theater entertainment.
Every aftprnoon and evening.
BARLOW BROTHERS MINSTRELS.
"Week November U ZO-ZO.
TTARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMi--
To-night, Usual Matinees,
The RentjSantley Novelty and Burlesque Co.
ANTHONY AND CLEOPATRA.
no3-2 LA TOSCA'S RECEPTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN "i'HAT
tbere will be a special meeting of the
stockholders of the Sewickley Dairy Company
on THURSDAY, November 21, 1SS9, at 3 P. M.,
at the parlors of the St. Charles Hotel, for the
purpose of voting for or against a proposed de
velopment of the company's property for gas
and oil. O. P. COCHRAN, Secretary.
PlTTSBUEO, October 18, 1889.
Fidelity Title and Trust Company, i
121 and 123 Fourth avenue,
PlTTSBUEO. Pa.. November 4. 1889. 1
TT1HE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
JL stockholders of the Fidelity Title and
'.trust company win do nciu at its omce on
THURSDAY, November 14, 1S89, at I o'clock
p. M., for the puroose of receiving the annual
report, the election of 15 directors to serve tor
the ensuing year, and the transaction of such
other bnsiness as mavproperly come before the
meeting. C. B. McVAY. Secretary.
THE WEST VIRGINIA AND IRONTON
RAILROAD COMPANY, authorized to
construct a bridge over the Ohio river at a
point about one and one-half (1) miles above
the mouth of the Rig Sandy river, hereby gives
notice of its intention on the 19th day of No
vember, 1889, to submit to the Hon. Redfield
Proctor, Secretary of War, for bis examination
and approval a design and drawings of the pro
posed bridge and piers, with tbe maps and
other information required under tbe act of
Congress of December 17, 1872, and tbe supple
ments thereto, authorizing the construction of
bridges over the Ohio river and prescribing the
dimensions of ther same. WEST VIRGINIA
AND IRONTON RAUJtOAD COMPANY, by
JOS. L DORAN, President. CHAS. H. MEL
LON. Secretary. no6-52-D
Office Western Insurance Co.. 1
Pittsbuko, Novembers, 1889.
ELECTION THE ANNUAL ELECTION
for 13 directors of this company, to serve
tor tbe ensuine year, will be held at the ofilee
on TUESDAY, the 12th inst., between the
hours of 11:30 a. Jr. and 1 P. jr.
no&oS-D WM. P. HERBERT, Secretary.
La whence Bank of Pittsburg, i
PiTTSBUitG.PA., October 28, 1889, (
ELECTION-THE ANNUAL ELECTION
for nine directors of this bank will be held
at tbe banking bouse m MONDAY, November
11. 1889. between tbe bours of 1 and 3 o'clock P.
M. JOHN HOERR, Cashier. oc30-10
Piney Woods Hotel.
Season opens December 4. lbS9.
M. A. BOWER, Proprietor.
For circulars, rates, etc., address
WM. E. DAVIES5, Manager, Thoroasville, Ga,,
or F. A,BUDLONG, WindsorHotel, N.Y.City.
SIXTH AVENUE DYE WORKb,
M. MAY SONS & CO.,
STEAM DYERS AND SCOURERS
And general renovators of textile fabrics. la
dies' and gentlemen's soiled or faded garments
neatly cleaned or restored In color. Curtains
of every description carefully attended to.
M. MAY SONS & Co.
Jell-TTS 68 SIXTH AVE., Pittsburg, Pa.
SI AND S3 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg, Pa. p30-7i-B
Important to the public The stock of
a large drygoods Importing house,
over $156,000 worth of foreign
DRUGGETS, Etc, Eta,
BY AUCTION AT
J. H. BORLAND'S
LARGE AND SPACIOUS COMMISSION
Nos. 723 and 725 Liberty street
at the head of "Wood street, opposite
the Arbuckle block, commencing
MONDAY, NOV. 4, 1889.
Sales will commence daily at 10 A. JL,
2 P. M. and 7:30 P. jr., and continuo
from day to day until the entire stock
is disposed of, and in quantities to suit
This is without exception the largest sale of
Fine Drygoods, Carpets and Rugs ever offered
in Pittsburg, and is well worthy the attention
of the public generally. The entire stock
mnst he sold regardless of cost or price in
order to make a prompt settlement with tho
All goods sold at tbi3 sale positively guar
anteed and warranted as represented.
Special accommodations provided for ladies.
AUCTION SALE FRIDAY MORNING.
November 8, at 10 o'clock, at the rooms
No. 3U Market street
Plusb. brocatelle, English ru;, and hair cloth
parlor suits, couches, easv chairs, and rockers,
walnut, oak and cherry chamber suits, folding
beds, dressing cases, chiffoniers, bed lonnges.
bedstead, wasbstands, bookcases, desks,
wardrobes, sideboards, center tables, hall
racks, extension tables, chairs, rockers, busk
and hair mattresses, bedding, china, glass and
silverware, brussels and ingrain carpets,
curtains, i rugs, linoleum, large iron offlca
safe, pictures, clocks, notions, drygoods. sta
tionery, clothing, etc., etc
HENRY AUCTION CO. LIJI.
AUCTION SALE CHOICE EAST END
lots 40x133 feet, J. W. Arrott plan. Grazier
street, near Fifth ave..
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1S89,
new Fifth ave. station, P, R. R. and electris
road, within one minutes' walk; very resonabla
terms; trains leave Union depot at 2 and 3
o'clock. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AX
i.1 application will be made to the Governor
of Pennsylvania on the 29th dav of NOVEM
BER, 1889. by M. F. Scaife, H. P. Dilworth,
Christ Steffen, John F. Scott, H. W. Ann
strong and others, nnder the act of Assembly
entitled "An act to provide for the incorpora
tion and regulation of certain corporations,"'
approved April 29, 1874, and the supplements
thereto, for the charter of an intended corporif
tion, to be called "The Pittsburs Storage Comi
pany," the character and object of which is the
carrying on the business of a storage warehonse
and storage yard company, and for this Durposo
to have, possess and enjoy all the rights, bene
fits and privileges of said act of Assembly and
supplements thereto. S. A. McCLUNG,
IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS NO.
1, of Allegheny county. No. 394 of Decem
ber term. 18S9. Notice is hereby given that an
application will be made to the said court on
SATURDAY, the 16th day of November, 1889,
at 10 o'clock A. M., under the "corporation ace
of April 29, 1874," and tne supplements thereto
by Charles J. Clarke, Joseph Home, S. S. Mar
vin, John Walker, Milton L. Myers, O. P.
Scaife, W. E, Scbmertz. Wm. G. Johnston, Jas.
B. D. Meeds, Wm. R. Thompson. Thomas H.
Lane, John Dunlap, George A. Kelly, James B.
Scott, Edmund M. Ferguson, H. L. Mason,
Leonard H. Eaton. Joseph G. Walter, Fred
Rinebart, George Wilson, Henry A. weaver,
William Wade, John H. McCreery. Joel Kerr
and O. M. Edwards for the charter of an in
tended corporation to be called the "Western
Pennsylvania Humane Society," the character
and object of which is the prevention of cruelty
to animals, children and aged persons and for
these purposes to have, possess and enjoy all
the rights, benefits and privileges conferred
by the said act and its supplements.
oc24-S6-Th FRANK W. SMITH. Solicitor.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
J reports of tbe Board of Viewers of Street
Improvements on the vacation of South Elev
enth street, from Murell street to theMononga
hela river, and Gorman (formerly Virgin) alley,
on tbe Soutbside, from South Eleventh street
to South Twelfth street, have been approved
by Councils, which action will be final, unless
an appeal is filed in tbe Court of Common Pleal
within ten (10) days from date.
Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 4. 1889. no5-7
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
.1M reports of Viewers on the opening of In
wood street, from Frankstown avenue to a 40
foot street; Murtland street, from Penn avenue
to Chaucer street: Dallas avenue, from Penn
avenue to Frankstown avenne: Joel's lane,
from Grandview avenne to Omaha street, and
Fleury alley, from Murtland street to tbe city
line, have been approved by Councils, which ,
action will be final unless an appeal is filed in
tbe Court of Common Pleas within ten (10)
days from date. E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Work.
Pittsburg, Pa November 1. 1889. nol-SS
OCTOBER 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 tbe city of Pittsburg, at
tbe Allegheny river, and Clark's dnmpboat,
immediately above the north end of the Mouttt
Tenth street bridge, in tt? city of Pittsburg,
on tbe Monongahela river, as the places where
are to be received and deposited the contents
of all privies as they shall from time to time bo
cleaned and emptied, and all other offensiva
substances found upon tbe public higbwav.
THOMAS W. BAKER.
Superintendent of tbe Bureau of Health.
Steam Ferry Boat. IM S. Owens."
The above named Side-Wheeled Steam Ferry
Boat will be otfered at public auction, at 2'
o'clock, on SATURDAY. November 9. lSSiati
tbe wharf, in tbe city of WheelincJW'Y
mcasnres about 65 tons, is 93 feet long, 2CW
W1UD 4J.U MIICD III UbJJkU. i. UU lid MA AGO h. Tfi
last inspected September 20, 1889.
TERMS One half, ana so much more as tha
nurcbasermay elect to pay. cash, the residua In'
four and eight months, purchaser f give his ,
notes witn security to oe approved dv trustee.
t n Ewrnn
no&SO Trus'tee. lr.
p A. BALPH,
41 Seventh avenne,
Telephone 1344. se&38-TT3..
Walter j. osbouene. Kichabd Babrot?3?
BARROWS A OSBOURNE
90 Diamond street.
Telephone No. 812. an31-&TTS ,
WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD
Watches, clocks. Jewelry and silverware. '
etc etc Finest qualities. Lowest nrleex In
the two cities, at WILSON'S JEWELRY
DiurnoiruuikuuTeu.ruuDurc. frnewatcH i
repairing, etc., a specialty. ocZS-xza-