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""THE P1TTSBTJKG- DISPATCH, FKTOAY, JULY 12, 1889.
IT IS ALL MIXED UP.
1 Meeting of the Subscribers to the
Travelers' Club House Funds
THEV DEMAND AN EXPLANATION.
Two of the Collectors Aosent Themselves
Without a Statement
WELL KXOWX FIRMS ARE INVOLYED
Affairs in that Commercial Traveler'
Club are not only at a standstill for the
present, but in a decided mix. This is
largely due to the failure of Messrs. Ford
and Dearborn to put in an appearance at
the meeting ot subscribers to the clubhouse
fund yesterday alternoon and make a much
desired statement Mr. Ford is said to be
sick and Mr. Dearborn has declared his in
tention to withdraw.
It was stated at the meeting yesterday
that Messrs. Ford, Godfrey, Wells and
Dearborn acted as collectors of the subscrip
tions, and Mr. F. K. Kohler, the Treasurer,
who is anxious to be relieved of the respon
sibility, holds $595, of which sum he has
paid out $95. Colonel Sam Moody, repre
senting Mr. van Dusen, of the Pennsylva
nia Company, appeared at the meeting and
stated that his superior officer Had paid to
someone $100, and he -wanted to know who
had the money. Mr. Kohler promptly said
It was not turned OTer to him, and Messrs.
Godfrey and Wells, who were present, said
thej knew nothing about it.
MANY MORE DISSATISFIED.
When the meeting had been called to order
Mr. Cochrane, of the Uindley Hardware Com
pany, wanted to know if the actual member
ship of the club was from 5.000 to 7.000, and
when told that it was not he said the solicitor
had made such a representation to his tirm:
and If it was not true they would withdraw
their money at once.
It was finally decided that Mr. Kohler sbonld
hold the money in his possession until after the
charter had been secured on July 20.
Mr. Wells said that he had paid certain
legitimate bills and he was anxious to know
who would par them. He had vouchers from
railroads amounting to 300, and he suggested
that this money be given to Mr. Kohler and
that the latter pay the bills.
Mr. Kohler emphatically stated that he
would receive no more money nor pay any bills.
Some of the subscribers suggested that Mr.
Wells have the vouchers cashed and pay the
expenses out of this money, bnt Mr. Wells was
afraid that the railroads and the others would
not pay him. since he was a stranger. This mat
ter was ditcussed pro and con, but no conclusion
Mr. Cochrane wanted to know next why
Messrs. Ford and Dearborn were not present.
Mr. Robinson, of the Carbon Iron Company,
said that the solicitor bad represented to bis
firm that about 50,000 commercial men visit
Pittsburg in a year, and the object was to es
tablish club rooms for the drummers.
TACTS LEAKING OUT.
The H. C. Frick Company was represented at
tbemeeting byM.M.Bosworth. Mr.Godfreyde
clared his intention to go ahead with the club,
even thongh it bad in some unaccountable
manner received a black eye. The subscribers
are distrustful, he admitted. The expenses of
the excursion are yet to be paid, and in addi
tion a pamphlet in the shape of an advertise
ment, giving the programme, was printed.
They will be distributed later. A sample copy
was produced. Colonel Moody looked at tbe
contract or order Mr. Van Dusen had sigued.and
it was in pavment for an advertisement, when
he said that "Van Dusen had told him that tbe
money was contributed to furnish club rooms,
looking at the advertisement, he remarked
that $100 was a dear price to pay for it.
Attorney John Shoemaker, who represented
tbe applicant for a charter, was present, and
told tne subscribers who asked for a return of
their money that they could not recover it if
the original scheme was carried out; and if not
they would only receive a pro rata share. It
leaked ont that only two authorized lists of
subscription were started, but it seems tbat
three or more were circulated. Here the mat
ter stands for tbe present, and what the out
come will be nobody knows. The subscribers
will wait until the club is organized and the
charter secured. Everybody admits that tbe
Idea Is excellent if pnt into execution prop
erly. AN AGREEABLE CHANGE.
Fairly Comfortable Temperature Here and
Though the temperature was high enongh
yesterday to suit snakes and other cold-blooded
people, it was about eight degrees cooler than
that of tbe previous day, and the breeze and
showers made it quite agreeable by way of
contrast. Tbe reports in the Signal Service
office show that throughout the W est generally,
covering several degrees of latitude, they had
abont the same temperature as here, and on
tbe whole It was reasonably comfortable.
Here we had. at 8 o'clock A. x.. 75. at 12 M.,
82: at 2 p. x, 82, and at 8 1. M., 77. The mean
was 7U. maximum 86. minimum 72, and
A TRDNK MISTERL
Some Italians Sold to Hnve Had n Corpse
In n Box nt the Depot
A story was current around'tbe Union depot
last night to the effect that several Italians had
endeavored to ship a dead body in a trunk
over the Pennsylvania Ilailroad to Larimer.
The men were said to have come into tne bag
gage room in the afternoon, but the baggage
master, who noticed tbe peculiar odor emanat
ing from the trunk, refused to check it. What
became of the Italians and the trunk conld not
be learned last night, because the day em
ployes of the baggage room left at 6 o'clock.
Drake His Collar Bone.
John Pobashalso, a Pole, employed at Jones
t Lauhlins' blast furnace, had his collar bone
broken last night. He was working at the ore
pile, when it caved down on his head and
shoulder, breaking his collar bone and inflict
ing several ugly scalp wounds. He was removed
to his home on Four Mile run.
A Peanut Contest.
Two men were In an East End candy store
window last night counting a large jar of pea
nuts. This was done for the purpose of ascer
taining the correct number, that a prize might
be given to tbe one who guessed the nearest to
the number of nuts. There are about 200 com
peting, Broke Both Her Arms.
Mary Wallace, a little girl living on Pearl
street, Bloomfield. fell down the stairs of her
home yesterday and had both arms broken.
Excursion Via Ibe Picturesque B. & O. R.
R. to Atlantic City
Via Washington, Baltimore and Philadel
phia, Thursday, July 18, 1889. Tickets
good to stop off at Washington returning.
Excursion tickets $10 for the round trip,
good for ten days. Trains with Pullman
parlor and sleeping cars, will leave B. &
O. depot, Pittsburg, at 8 A. M. and 920 p.
M., arriving in Philadelphia at 920 P. m.
and 11 A. M. Excursion tickets will be
honored from Philadelphia to Atlantic City
on any regular trains of the Beading route,
from Pier 7, loot of Chestnut street, July 19
For detailed information address or apply
to E. D. Smith, Division Passenger Agent,
cor. Fifth ave. and Wood st, Pittsburg.
Seeond.Ilnml Upright Pianos nt Great
We have on hand two very fine upright
pianos, only slightly used. These we will
close out at very low figures, $200 and $225.
If you want an excellent upright at a very
low figure now is your opportunity. Come
soon, as they will certainly be disposed of
in a day or two. Mellor & Hoene,
77 Fifth avenue.
1828 Imperial Oporto Port, full quarts.$3 00
18C9 Mackenzie Port, full quarts 2 50
Fine Old White Port, full quarts 2 00
London Dock Port, lull quarts 2 00
Burgundy Port, full quarts l 50
Fine Old Spanish Port, full quarts.... 1 00
For sale by G. f. Schmidt, 95 and 97
Ladle.' Tnxedo eSnlts Onlv $13,
$18 the usual price full assortment of col
ors for ladies and children. Here only.
Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
ONE MAN OBJECTED,
Becnnse the WeitlnghouieElectrlcInterests
Were to be Consolidated The Consolida
tion Took Place All the Same Some
Mnrvelons Facts and Figures.
The "Westinghouse Electric Company was
rechristened yesterday, and hereafter it will
be known as the Westinghouse Electric and
Manufacturing Company. When the elec
tric company was first organised the organ
izers took out an ordinary charter covering
the requirements of such a corporation. Bnt
since the concern has grown to such enormous
proportions tbe old charter has been found to
be utterly inadequate to the demands of the
increased interests of the firm, and Mr. West
inghouse has been constantlv on tne alert for a
new charter to take the place of the original
This was the purpose for which yesterday's
meeting had been called. Mr. Westinghouse
stated to the stockholders tbat he bad secured
the charter of the Chartiers Improvement Com
panv, a document in which all tbe require
ments of a large concern are very broadly cov
ered. After Mr. Westinghouse had read the
resolntion for the adoption of tbe new charter,
and Mr. Bannister had moved its adoption, a
discussion took place. Brief remarks were
made by Mr. R. Pitcalrn, Mr. GilL Mr. William
A. Quincy and several other gentlemen, who
were all in tavor of tbe chance.
One stockholder, however, Mr. Allan Mar
thens, who owns 20 shares, objected very em
phatically in a paper be hail prepared. He at
tempted to prove the fallacy of all consolida
tion schemes, and as an example he cited tbe
Pennsylvania Kailroad Company and tbe Pitts
burg, Fort Wayne and Chicago Ilailroad Com
pany. Of the B. & O. Railroad he said: "The
stockholders of tbat road were not satisfied
with the railroad business, bnt they needs must
go into the express and telegraph business, and
thus they lost money."
JOHN DALZELL EXPLAINS.
The gentleman was interrupted by one of the
stockholders, who said he thought it would be
better to have that speech printed and mailed
to members, that they might read it at their
leisure. Mr. Gill objected to it altogether be
cause, he said, it was irrelevant.
At the suggestion of Mr. Westinghouse Mr.
Marthens said he would confine himself to the
matters of the company. He then remarked
tbat tbe affairs of the company had a hazy
look, which he thought ought to be explained
. this point Hon. Jobn Dalzell said: "I see
that the gentleman does not understand the
object of this meeting, and as the connselor of
Mr. Westinghouse I will explain it. The West
inghouse Electric Company does not want to
consolidate with the Chartiers Improvement
Company. What it wants is the char
ter. The Electric Company has grown
since its first organization and tbe old charter
does not allow it to grow any more. The
new charter was bought to give the concern an
opportunity to increase as much as it pleases,
and, of course, the larger the concern bee lines
the more advantageous will it be for the stock
holders." Mr. Pitcalrn hum orously remarked that nnder
the new charter they were In a position to own
tbe earth, if they could get it. Then a vote
was taken and the resolution was unanimously
adopted. Ont of 599.15 ot outstanding shares
I7o,000 were represented.
The Westinghouse Electric and Manufactur
ing Company controls tbe following electric
interests: The Westinghouse Electric Com
pany, the Consolidated Electric Company, the
United States Electric Company, the Westing
house Electric Company of England and vari
ous other smaller concerns.
"WHERE IT MAT END.
Mr. Westinghouse stated yesterday afternoon
that his company is now in a better shape for
doing the largest business in the United States
of any electric concern in the country. The
capital stock is still $5,000,000. The con
solidated concerns have now 2,000 people
employed. They manufacture 8.000 incandes
cent lamps per da v. and they do a business of
$12,000 per day. or about f 4.000,000 per year. The
works on Garrison alley are beinc enlarged. It
is not improbable that the consolidation with
the Edison Company is now much nearer
realization than ever before. Several of tbe
prominent officers of tbe firm stated yesterday
tbat they would not consolidate even, If ad
vances were made to tbem. But another gen
tleman, who is prominently identified with the
natural gas interest of this city, said there was
no doubt that a consolidation would be effected
A FIGET OYER ICE CREAM.
An Italian Bars lee Cream, and a. Stabbing
Affray Takes Place.
At 7 o'clock last night an Italian named
Lewis Marks was arrested andlodged in the Cen
tral station on a charge of assaulting and cut
ting Michael Haney. The story of tbe assault,
as told by Haney, was tbat last evening, Marks,
who is an ice cream vender, was pnshing his
cart along Fort street. 'Haney went out to
purchase some ice cream and gave the man a
quarter to pay for it, Tbeltallanthen.lt is
alleged, without cause, assaulted Haney, strik
ing him In the face with a cup and afterward
stabbing him on the head with a knife, making
an ugly wound. Haney wan also brought to
tbe lockuo, and his cut was attended to by
Police Surgeon Oldshne. Therewill be a hear
ing in the case this morning.
TO ATLANTIC C1TL
The B. fc O. Will Run an Excursion to This
Resort July 18.
The B. & O. will run one of its usnal summer
excursions to Atlantic City on July 18. The
tickets will be good to stop off at Washington
on the return.
Division Passenger Agent Smith said yester
day that the prospects for a big crowd were
To Convene nt Creison.
Mr. W. E. Loncks, the State Secretary of the
Prohibition League, left for Philadelphia last
night. Before be started he stated that the
league would bold a large convention next
Tuesday at Cresson. Tbeyhave engaged SO
speakers to be presentat tbe meeting.
TIOBSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE.
It Yon Are Nervous,
And cannot sleep, try it.
Fine Second-Hand Upright Piano.
Cost when new $450. Will sell same at
$225. It is in No. 1 condition, well guar
anteed; fine stool and cover included.
Mellor & Hoene,
77 Fifth avenue.
Smoke the best, La Perla del Fnmar
clear Havana Key West cigars. Sold 3 for
25c by G. W. Schmidt, Nos. 95 and 97 Fifth
Come Te-Dny for Satlnea and Ginghams
And avoid the rush to-morrow.
Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores,
If you have not smoked the La Perla del
Fumar Key West cigar you have lost a
treat. Sold 3 for 25c. G. W. Schmidt,
Nos. 95 and 97;Fifth ave.
Still Near the 1,000 Yard Mnrk The Silks
Cut of yesterday such a wonderful stock
still full and complete.
Jos. Horne & Co.'s,
Penn Avenue Stores.
At Hulton, Allegheny Valley Kailroad,
Friday, July 12. Trains leave Union sta
tion at 8:45, 10:10, 11:00 a. m.: 12:05, 1:00.
2:00, 3:00, 4:00. 5:00, 6:30 p. m.
Yon should see the business those Ander
son's ginghams at 25c a yard, and those 15c
satines are making. At the present rate
they wil) not foe here long.
Boogs & Buhl.
Horse Market Notice.
Hereafter the horse market will be held in
the Bed Lion yard every Wednesday and
Saturday at 10 A. M., commencing next Sat
urday, July 13.
A. J. Montgomery, Proprietor.
McNamie & Fitzimmons, Auctioneers.
nave Yonr Bnby Photographed
This week by Hendricks & Co., 68 Federal
st, Allegheny. Cabinets, 1 a dozen, mwf
Second Popular Excursion
To Kiskiainetas Springs will leave Alle
gheny to-morrow (Saturday) at 3:15 P. m.
Return tickets, goad until Monday, $2 18.
Those who are worn out, rheumatic and
feeble sbonld use Parker's Ginger Tonic.
Parker's Hair Balsam will save your bah.
B. & B.
According to our usual custom, our (tores
will be closed at 5 o'clock every evening ex
cept Saturday, on and after Monday, July
15. Booos & Buhl.
fattaW . t 'JLZS . ilfctm
K00F1N6 THE PENS.
A Great Improvement Being Made at
the East End Stock Yards.
THE CATTLE WILL BE COVERED.
How the Work is Progressing and When It
Will he Completed.
SHIPMENTS OP STOCK DECREASING
The work of reroofing the cattle, hog and
sheep pens at tbe Fast "End stockyards
proves to be a big contract
Mr. Cable R. Martin, the yard master of
the stockyards, said yesterday in answer to
"The work of reroofing the stock pens was
commenced about May 15, but owing to the
Johnstown flood the work has been delayed.
It is the intention of the stockyard managers
to place new roots overall the pens aboui.225
in number. Ot this number about one-fourth
are now completed, but the work would have
been much further advanced if the railroad
company had not taken the 30 carpenters
engaged in the work to the flooded district.
New lences are also being erected. It will
give you an idea ot the enormity of the
work when it is staled that tbe cattle pens
are 40 by 80 feet, and tbe hog and sheep pens
little less in size. There are about 60 cattle
sheds to be roofed yet and about twice that
number of other pens. The horse pens will
not be reroofed, as they were only built last
"As to the amount of lumber used and the
total cost ot the work I cannot give any correct
figure, but think that millions of feetof lnmher
will be used and thousands ot dollars exnended
before the work Is completed. Two months at
least will be consumed before tbe work Is all
done. There will be no improvements made in
the pens, as they are now about as complete as
it is possible for them to be.
"There will also be a new freight office bailt
that will occupy tbe srround on which the old
one stood. The work of tearing down the
ancient freight office is now going on. The
new one will be modern in every respect.
Other improvements will also be maae.as there
is plenty of room on the 60 acres to make them.
What they will.be 1 cannot at present say, but
tbe railroad company is going to make the
yards a model In every way."
Mr. Martin stated that there is not as much
stock received by far now as in years past. He
said the reason was tbat Chicaco dressed beef
is taking the place of shipments of live stock,
and that the dressed beef trade is Increasing
yearly. He did not think that there was any
chance whatever that shipments of live cat
tle would ever be a thing of the
past, as Ohio and Indiana stock wonld al
was find a ready sale in local and Eastern
markets. No idea of the decrease in ihip
meuts conld be given.
The horse and mule stalls which were erected
last year will accommodate 16 carloads of ani
mals. Tbe work 14 not being done by contract,
but by the regular railroad carpenters.
A Rumor That a Child Was Killed atBoyee'a
Three special trains, loaded with picnic par
ties, came into tbe Union depot last night.
The members ot tbe Wilkinsburg Presbyterian
Church, numbering about 700, mostly ladies
and children, went to Rock Point, where they
enjoyed a very pleasant day.
The children and their parents of the Fifth
TJ. P. Church, corner of Wylle avenue and
Franklin street, came in about 8:30 o'clock
from Idlewild, on the Pennsylvania Railroad.
About 6 o'clock a picnic train came in on the
Panhandle road, which brought a party from
Boyce's Grove. Tbe members of the Reformed
Presbyterian Chnrch, on Eighth street, had
been at Boyce's Grove, and a conductor of the
train said that one of the children had been
killed in the grove, having been thrown from a
swing. Tbe latter rumor, however, could not
A HARRISBDR6 PARADE.
The Jr. O. U. A. AT. Will Make Their Final
Arrangements Tp-J"Iht. , v
Tbe Parade Committee of the Jr. O. TJ. A. M.
met last night and beard the report of the sub
Committee on Transportation. It reported
that the round fare to Harrisbnrg would be
$4 95, tbe train to leave at 10 A. x. Monday. It
was decided to hold a final meeting at No. 606
Smithfield street, when orders for tickets can
It is expected tbat 1,200 members of the order,
will go from this county to Harrisbnrg. Before
the Johnstown disaster over 2,000 members had
signified an intention of going. Many of these
contributed the money they had intended for
the pleasure trip to members of the order who
suffered by the flood, and this will cut the dele
A FIREMAN HURT.
A Stable Burned Down, and Captain Mc
Klnley Und a Severe Fall.
Last night a stable situated on Pleasant alley,
between Forty-third and Forty-fourth streets,
owned by Samuel J. Cox, was burned to the
ground, entailing a loss of $000. The wood and
feed in the stable burned so rapidly that the
fire department devoted their efforts to saving
tbe surrounding buildings.
Robert McKinley, Captain of Engine Com
pany No. 6, fell from a rafter of tbe stable, dis
locating his shoulder, and suffered numerous
severe bruises. The Injured fireman was re
moved to his home. The origin of the fire is
supposed to have been incendiary.
Silas Martin Disappears.
Miss Badle Martin, of Anrelia street. East
End, is missing. The last seen of her was on
Friday morning, when she started for Bennett's
fnr factory, where she worked. She is a de
cided brunette of 18 summers. Her dearest
ladr friend said she was not surnrised when
she heard of the youug lady's disappearance,
she had told her she was tired of Pittsburg.
A Counterfeiter In Jail.
John Ross, one of the Butler county counter
feiters who failed to show up at the District
Court hearing, was brought to this city on a
process yesterday and lodged in jail.
LA PERLA DEL FUMAR,
Celebrated Clear Havana Key West Cigars.
For sale in Pittsburg at
Hotel Duquesne, Hotel Anderson.
St. Charles Hotel, Albemarle Hotel.
Union Depot Restaurant.
John Lauler, 3799 Fifth ave.
Peter A. Ganster, 35 Frankstown ave.
John F. Ganster, 27 Frankstown ave.
Peter Weber, 76 Wylie ave.
John C. Stroun, 25 Union st.
E. "W. Hagan." 609 Smithfield st
Neville Baylev, 405 Smithfield st.
J. K. Derr, 400 Market st.
P. C. Duffy. 640 Grant st.
E. F. Busch, 3716 Forbes st.
Iiinhart, Bald & Co., 411 Smithfield st,
Charles Eble, 6009 Penn ave.
C. F. Kirkendale, Mouongahela House.
Theo. E. Ehrig, 3610 Filth ave.
John Gamble, 1119 Bingham st.
Emil J. Stuckey, 1701 Penn ave.
W. P. Phelan. 539 Smithfield st
G. W. Schmidt. 95 and 97 Fifth ave. "
According to our usual custom, our stores
will be closed at 5 o'clock every evening ex
cept Saturday, on and after Monday, July
15. Booos & Buhl.
Come To-Day for Satines and Ginghams
And avoid tbe rush to-morrow.
Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
If yon have not smoked the La Perla del
Fumar Kev West cigar you have lost a
treat. Sold"3 for 25c. G. W. Schmidt,
Nos. 95 and 97 Fifth ave.
Children's Gingham Salt Reduced To-Div,
Also on the stock of white suits come now
for them all to be sold quick.
JcS.Horne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
B. As B.
According to our usual cuitom, our stores
will be closed at 6 o'clock every evening ex
cept Saturday, on and after Monday, July
15. Booos & Buhl.
SUNDAY SCHOOL SCIENCE.
How to Best Accomplish Wanted Results
Discussed by Superintendents Somo
System Should be Adopted.
The Sunday School Superintendents' Asso
ciation of Allegheny County held a meeting at
the Second Presbyterian Church, corner of
Penn avenue and Seventh street, last night,
about 0 Sunday schools of the two cities being
represented. City Controller E. S. Morrow,
President of the association, presided.
W. C. Lilley, Esq., read a paper on "The Sab
bath School Superintendent," followed by
William F. Maxon, Esq., with a paper, "Order
Mr. Lilley placed the superintendent of a
Sunday school second only in importance to
the pastor of a congregation. The successful
superintendent was at once a hard worker, a
zealous Christian and a good, systematic man
ager. One of tbe most Important features of
his work w as to gain a personal acquaintance
with every pupil in bis school and some Infor
mation concerning his family and surround
ings, so that when addressing the pupil when
ever they met, either on the street or in
tbe church building, he could speak of mat
ters that wonld show his interest in the pupil's
welfare. He also advocated a system of mem
bership certificates somewhat similar to those
used by churches, so tbat when a pnptl
changed his residence bis membership certifi
cate could be used to introduce him in his new
location and hold bis Interest in tbe work.
Mr. Nixon advocated a printed order of ex
ercises to be furnished to each pupil as a means
of simplifying tbe work of the superintendent
and assisting in tbe edncatlon of pupils. Other
gentlemen present criticised methods proposed
and exchanged opinions on the best plans for
lncreaslnc the interest of pupils in Sunday
THE GRAIN LOUSE.
AFoatnro That Is Having an Effect Upon
the Ohio Crops.
rsrrciAt. telxgsax to tux DisrATcn.i
Coltmbus, J uly.ll. The following Is the re
port of the State Board of Agriculture for July
1 on crops and stock estimates, returned by
about 600 regular township co-respondents,
representing every connty in the State: Wheat,
condition compared with a full average 84 per
cent, area plowed np and pnt in other crops, 1:
corn, area compared with 1888, 96, condition
compared with a full average, 78; potatoes,
area compared with 1888, 93, condition com
pared with a full average, 04; wool clip com
pared with average of last five year's. 84.
The correspondents' figures make no mate
rial change in tbe condition of wheat since the
report of Jnne L the present estimate falling
bnt 1 point below tbe 85 per cent estimates
then made, so the prospect in bushels is still
shown to be about 23,000,000. Nearly every
township reports the wheat infested by the
grain plant lonse, and m many sections to an
alarming extent, yet It wonld appear from the
estimates placed on wheat bv tbe correspond
ents, that the Insect has done no serious dam
age. Tbe result of its appearance will, however,
be better known in the handling of grain after
harvest, when much of the wheat, especially
late sown, may prove to be of an inferior
quality, badly shrunken. It is hardly possible
that this plant louse should appear in such vast
numbers without resulting In some injury to
tbe crops infested by it. The wheat prospect,
as stated in the June report, shows a shortage
of 1.000,000 compared with average of last
FJiEMON MUST BE HELD.
Governor Bearer Requests tbe Authorities
to Detain Him.
Last nignt the police authoritle&of this city
received a dispatch from Governor Beaver,
dated Harrisbnrg, instructing them to
hold John Yeldell until papers arrived for
The man referred to is Rev. E. F. Flemon.
who, it is alleged, is wanted at Edgefield, S. C,
for murder. After tbe beating before Judge
Ewingon Tuesday be was remanded to jail.
Inspector McAleese telegraphed to Thomas J.
Lyon, who first sent word here, telling him of
the disposition of tbe case. The Inspector no
tified Lyon to be In this city on Saturday, when
the argument takes place, with papers, etc, to
prove his charge. The distance is
so great that Lyon conld not arrive in
time, so he sent a telegram to the Inspector
telling him to bold Yeldell at all hazards. Mr.
Lyon, fearing that tbe prisoner might escape,
consulted the Governor of South Carolina, and
it was on the request of that official that Gov
ernor Beaver sent the telegram instructing the
authorities to hold the prisoner. This telegram
will be produced in court to-morrow, and the
Inspector thinks it Is sufficient to cause the
detention of the prisoner.
HOT WEATHER RELAXATION.
Tbe Ladles Give Entertainments on Mr
Washington and at Sllllhall.
The ladies are irrepressible. Notwithstand
ing the heat they have succeeded this week in
making the evenings enjoyable. Those of the
Mr. Washington M. E. Chnrch held a lawn f eta
at tbe house of James Douglass, Southern ave
nue, last night, and the moon and the mountain
zephyrs combined enabled the party to pass the
The ladles of the Seventh Presbyterian
Chnrch cava a supper and lawn fete for tbe
benefit of tbe Rev. Stephen Pomeroy's congre
gation at Millball, Clinton county, nearly all of
whom suffered flood damatres.
The musical concert at Sewickley was given
last night Instead of to-night, as Is usual.
There were ten selections rendered by Gernert
and Guentber's orchestra, among them: idyll,
"Tbe Sleigh Ride," Michealis: "Yeoman of the
Guard," Sullivan; "ErnanL" Verdi, etc.
A GENERAL STRIKE.
That la What tbe Gnllllzln miners Want to
rsrxcux. telegram to tux dispatch.j
Huntingdon, July XL The striking miners
in the Gallltzln bituminous coal district ap
pointed a committee of five yesterday to con
fer with tbe miners in the Coalport region and
in the Clearfield district, with a view of per
suading them to join in the strike, and thereby
making It a general one throughout Pennsyl
vania. The visiting delegates visited Coalport
mines to-day, but the result of their visit has
not yet been made public.
To-morrow they will go to the Clearfield re
gion. Tbe Clearfield miners have received in
telligence of their coming, and are not disposed
to look favorably on the proposition to strike.
FOR THE REDSKINS.
The Indian Association Ha 8500 to Bnlld
the Knmonn mission.
The Pittsburg and Allegheny Auxiliary to
tbe Women's National Indian Association met
yesterday. Some life and honorary members
were elected. The committee reported they
had $500 to build theRamonaMission In South
ern California. Word was received that Rev.
W. H. Weinland and wife had reached San
A Grocer Victimized.
It is alleged that It. H. McKelvey and J. D.
Porter swindled Charles Goldbeck. a grocer at
2821 Penn avenue, out of 130 85; that McKelvey
owed Goldbeck $12 and in payment gave a
check drawn by J. D. Porter, representing him
self as Treasurer of the Pittsburg Transfer
Railway, and payaDle to McKelvey at tbe Law
rence Bank. McKelvey indorsed the check
and made it payable to Goldbeck; it had a face
value of 512 65. Goldbeck accepted the check
and the difference was paid to McKelvey.
Goldbeck subsequently became suspicious
and telephoned the bank and got the reply
that Porter had no fnnds there, so the matter
came Into police hands. McKelvey is said to
be a Pennsylvania Railroad brakeman.
A Bride of 70 Seeking a Dlvorec.
Galena. III., July It A marriage took
place four days aeo between George Ronsb, a
prominent farmer of Guilford township, and a
neighbor, a widow named Margaret Davery,
both the bride and groom being upward of 70
years of age. Last evening the new Mrs. Roush
discovered tbat just previous to the marriage
het husband, who was a widower, had willed
all of his property, consisting of several farms,
to bis children, and to-day the lady com
menced proceedings for a divorce from the
marriage contract. Both parties are well
known in this county.
Killed in a Sllne.
Coroner McDowell received word yesterday
of the death of John Mortas at PInm Creek.
The deceased was employed as a miner by tbe
New York and Cleveland Gas Coal Company,
and was crushed by a fall of slate in tbe mines
last week. Deputy Coroner Loughrey held an
inquest last night, and a verdict In accordance
with tbe facts was rendered. Mortas was 65
years old and leaves a family.
No Arrests Made.
There were no arrests made yesterday or last
night by tbe police of tbe Nlnteenth ward sta
tion, with tbe exception of a common drunk.
The police report the whole East End valley
as being very quiet.
Fob a disordered liver try Beecham'i Fills.
Peaks' Soap the purest and best ever made.
M9Dtsplay advertisements ont dollar per
square for one insertion. Classified advertise
menfs on thti page such as Wanted, lor Bale,
To Let, etc., ten cents per line or each inser
tion, and none taken Jar less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Omces have been
established at the following: places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning::
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with Tux Dlft
THOMAS MCCAFlfRKY, SbJ Butler street.
EMIL O. STUCKEY. Hth street and Penn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY A CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton Jt.
N. STOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market Boose.
J. W. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
JACOB SPOHN. No. J Corson street.
H. A. DONALDSON. 1707 Carson street.
A. 3. KAERCHEK, 59 Federal street.
H. J. MclIRIDE. rederal and Ohio streets
FRED H. EGOE1W. 171 Ohio street.
F. II. EOGEKS ft HON. Ohio and Chestnut sts.
3. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aves.
O. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PERKY M. OLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
WANTED A BOOKKEEPER AT ONCE.
Address LOCK BOX 183. J r 12-77
WANTED BOY EXPERIENCED IN
barber trade. 3C9L ACOCK ST., Allegheny.
TtTANTED A GOOD BARBER AT MOs
V V PENN AVE. Uood wages to the right man.
WANTED-BOILEK MAKERS. Al'PLY TO
1HOS. FITZGERALD, Pennsylvania flt
Mfg. Co., Natrona. Pa. jyl2-S
WANTEDDRUG; CLERK; MUST BE COM
PETENT; rd and write German. Address
SAPO. Dispatch office. Jyl2-M
WANTED-COOK-C WHITE)- MALE SEC
OND cook for short order. Inquire 75 LIB
ERTY ST.. Allegheny City. JyU-83
WANTED-DOLLY CHAIN MAKERS AND
helpers. BAKER CHAIN AND WAGON
IRON MFG. CO., Alleghenv. Pa. jyll-33
WASTE D-TTNNEK IMMEDIATELY
steady lob to the right man. TEUAY ft
KLINGENSMITH. Leechburg, Pa. Jyll-M
WANTED-A GLASS LABEL WRITER, ONE
accustomed to letter drug labels. Address
WH1TALL, TATCM ft CO.. N. Y. City. Jyll-79
WANTED-GOOD STRONG MAN ACCUS
TOM KU to working about furnaces. In
quire at PITTSBURG LABEL CO.'S, 183 Second
WANTED A GOOD GALVAN1ZEK CAN
find steady employment at THE KELLY ft
JONES CO., 143 First ave., Pittsburg, or Greens
burg. Pa. JyS-57
WANTED DRUGCLERK A MAN OF EX
PERIENCE and well up In tne business. Ap
ply at KIMMEL ft CO.'S, Penn and Ninth St.,
after 2 r. x. J jlt-&5
TTJANTED-OOOD MAN IN EVERY TOWN;
Vt salarypald weeklv: write for particulars:
SUERMAN.TANGENBEBGft CO.. 160 West Lake
WANTED-FIRST-CLASS BRASS MOLDER
can find permanent employment at the
KELLY ft JONES CO., 143 First ave.. Par., or
Greensburg, Pa. ieS-36
WANTED-BOY 17 OR 18 YEARS OLD TO
work In billiard room. Apply between 8 or
9 A. M. Brunswick Balke, Fifth and Smithfield su
J. J. MURPHY. JT12-86
LY acquainted with the city: good salary
guaranteed torlitht parties. Apply to ROOM 2,
WANTEO TWO A NO. 1 DRAUGHTSMEN
Immediately; must he experienced In mal lng
Iron details for sbonwork rrom architects' plans.
Address F.H.K.. Dispatch office. Jyl2-C4
-TTJANTED-COLLECTOR FOR AN 1NSTALL
TT MENT bouse: none but an honest, sober
young man wltb nerve, who can furnish bond,
need address INSTALLMENT, Dispatch office.
WANTED-AT ONCE A GOOD TINNER
that can do all kinds of outside work:
steady employment and good wages to the tight
partv: man with family preferred. Address U E.
SMITH, Clarion. Pa. Jyll-lJ
WANTED-BY AN OLD-LINE INSURANCE
Co., a special orsupervisory man for Penn
sylvania; also an active, energetic man as general
agent In Allegheny Co.: liberal .arrangement
will he made with, the ritnt man. Apply 18 to 12
or 4 to 6. GEO. F. UADLEY, Hotel Anderson.
XTT-S-NTED MAN-TO.TAKE AGENCY OF
YV ocr safes; size 28x18x18 inches; weight MO
lbs. : retail price S33; other sixes in proportion : rare
chance to create permanent business at borne:
these safes meet demand never before supplied by
other safe companies, as we are not governed by
the Bare Pool. ALPINE SAFE CO., Cincinnati. O.
WANTED-AOENTS TO SELL THE PIN
LESS Clothesline; only line ever Invented
that holds tbe clothes without pins: perfect suc
cess: patent ree ntly Issued: sold only by agents,
to whom exclusive right is given; on receipt
of C0c., tre will send sample line by mall; also
circulars, price list, and terms to agents; secure
yonr terrftory at once. Address WORCESTER
PIN LESS CLOTHES LINE Co., 17 Herinon st.
Worcester, Mass. JJ5-S7-WT
t Female Help.
TT7-ANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
VY WORK at N. E. cor. Cypress and Baum
sts., Shadyslde. JtIO-43-wj-
WANTED C EXPERIENCED TEACHERS
for the schools or Robinson township; term
8 months; wages KO per month: election at Rem
ington P. O.. July 20, 1889, at 3 o'clock r. M. J.
N.MOORE, Bee. Jvll-K
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS MILLINER FOR
the city: must come well recommended and
be a good maker and trimmer. Address P. O.
BOX 8t8, stating salary expected; work ten
months in the year. yll-94
-TTT ANTED MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN,
TV Methodist preferred, to wait on and act as
companion to elderly lady. Call to-day on DR. J.
R. HORNER, between 2 and 3 and Sand 8 r. x.,
107 Arch St. , Allegheny City. JJ12-6S
Male nnd Pemate fleln.
WANTED AT ONCE-HOTEL PORTER AND
waiter, man to drive laundry wagon, 100
laborers, 40 farm hands, 200 house girls. 60 for
summer resorts, dining room girls and chamber
maids, dishwashers and laundry girls; GO cooks.
MEEIIAN'S, M5 Grant st. JyS-D
WAJ.TFU -125 WEEKLY-REPRESENTATIVE,
male or female. In every community:
goods staple: household necessity: sell at sight: no
peddling; salary paid promptly, and expenses ad
vanced. 'Full particulars and valuable sample
case free: we mean lull what we say. Addressat
once STANDARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston,
WANTED-A SITUATION BY A YOUNG
lady 25 years of age as housekeeper. Ad
dress TH. SCHIFFGENS, Ford City, Pa. Jyl2-67
WANTED-S1TUATION BY A MALE COOK
In private family or hotel In the city or
out. Address IS FIRST STREET, Allegheny.
WANTED-AN ENERGETIC WOMAN, OR
man and wire, as partners In a large board
ing house In tho city: f&OO cash required. Address
PRINCIPAL. Dispatch office. J y 12-93
WANTED-TO INVEST f 10, 000 CASH BY AO
1IVE young man In commercial or manu
facturing business: relcrence required or given.
Address all communications BUSINESS, 15 Mar
ket St., Pittsburg. Jyl2-57
Boarders nnd LortsreT.
-TTTANTED-SUMMER BOARDERS AT OHIO
TV Pyle; pleasant situation: terms reasonable.
Address M. W., box 20, Ohio Pyle. Penna.
WANTED MORTGAGES, LARGE AND
small. ED WITT1SH, 410 Grant St., Pitts
WANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over U.MJ; )i per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER ft CO.. 2 Fourth avenue.
WANTED-MORTGAGES II.00O, 000 TO LOAN
in large and small amounts at 4H. 5 and 6
per cent, free of State tax; no delay. REED B.
CO VLB ft CO.. 131 Fourth ave. my21-60
WANTED TO LOAN S5OO,0OO. IN AMOUNTS
of S3, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4,S percent, free of tax; also smaller
amounts at 5 and (percent. BLACK ft BAIRD,
95 1 ourth avenue. se21-d2S-D
WANTED MORTGAGES SL 000, OMTO LOAN"
on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
S per cent, and on farms In Allegheny and adja
cent counties at (per cent. LaLPENNOCKft
bON, 1M Fourth avenue.
WANTED-TO LOAN 1200,000 ON MORT
GAGES: 1100 and upward at 8 per cent;
1500,000 at 4M per cent on residences or business
S roper It; also In adjoining counties. S. H.
RENCH, 125 Fourth avenue. oc31-eS4-D
ANTED-TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BERS to secure a fine void watch fnr each
wno m hue ciup at 11 wu per wtresu Aauress t. V.
BOX 501, and I will call and snow you tbe watch.
WAKTED-MEN TO ATTEND NEW YORK
Cutting School: Crilng's actual measure
ment taught In all Its branches; tbe only true
system fitting any and all shapes: no trying on:
Instructions, 10 a. x. to 4 r. x.; evening. 7 to
r. x.; call or write for circular. Ui WOOD ST.,
Pittsburg, Pa. Jy-49
WANTED-CUSTOMERS FOB DIAMONDS,
gold and silver watches, marble clocks, sil
verware, etc, at SI per week upward, at 130 Fed
eral St., Allegheny. j.MITSCH. JelS-uwTsn
WANTED-LADIES TO KNOWHAUGH ft
Keenan repair, reflnlsh or upholster old
furniture promptly and in the best possible man
ner. 33 AND 34 WATER ST. 'Phone 1S2S. my9-82
AMTED.-FAMIL1ES OR OTHERS TO COME
to riensantview, on cnautauqua iae: no
malaria: fine view: nshtnr and bathing: rates
cheip. Apply to HARRY BOUTON, Sr., Har
mony P. O., Chautauqua county, N. Y. lyl2-SS
WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER. 86 Firth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know tbat he Is making line cabinets at 1 50 per
dozen; photos delivered wben promised: Instan
taneous process. mhl3-63
FOK SALEIMPHOVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE ON TUNNEL ST.. NEAR
Fifth ave., property now renting to pay 7
per cent net on the price asked, with future en
hancement almost certain. Full Information
from W. A. HER RON ft SONS, 81) Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-NO. 23 SHINGISS ST., ONE
square from Court House, fine brick house, of
9 rooms, ball, vestibule, both gases, all modern
Improvements; lot 21x121. to Boyd St.: can be
bought at a bargain. ALLES ft BAILEY. No.
164 Fourth ave. lei. 181. Jy7-S-TTStt
-Y7IOR SALE-COR. FORTIETH AND MIFFLIN
JD sts., lot 35x101. with new 2-story building,
size 32x101 ft., that could easily be turned into 7
dwelling bouses of 4 rooms each, tbat would pay
handsomely on tbe Investment: price St, 00; half
or all cash. THOS. MCCAFFREY, 3509 Butler st.
East End Residence.
FOB SALE THE PROPERTY OF THE LATE
Thomas English, near Colfax schoolhouse,
two minutes' walk from the new Squirrel Hill
road. MARY ENGLISH. Jyl(KJ9
FOR SALE-t3.4O0-S40O CASH, BALANCE ON
easy payments: bouses rooms; well located
onpaver' street In tbe midst of Oakland. W . A.
HEBRON ft SONS. 80 Fourth ave.
J7IOR SALEFOR K300-ON EASY PAY
JU MENTS. a new and complete Oakland resi
dence. 9 rooms; only 15 minutes from P. o. via
cable line. For full particulars see W. A. HEB
RON ft SONS, 80 Fourth ave. Je30-W-2.C,9,12,18
FOR SALE-S12.000-OAKLAND-ONE ACRE,
with substantial two-story and mansard
double-frame dwelling. 12 rooms, hall In tbe cen
ter, bath. Inside shutters and w. c. : slate and
marble mantels, etc.: also, good stable and car
riage house, wash house, etc ; tbe entire lot cov
ered with fine large forest and fruit trees; tbe new
cable loop will pass the door; small cash payment;
balance long time, to suit purchaser: A No. 1 In
vestment. BAU'L W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth
OR SALE-ONLY A FEW NOW REMAIN
unsold of tbe verv desirable elffht-room dwell
ings on Oakland square. Tbe rapidity wltb which
sales have been made show the estimation in
which they are held; durably built and handsome
ly finished, supplied with every modern con
venience; standing on large lots and facing a
handsome park planted with beautiful shade trees,
these dwellings have the notable advantage of be
ing but 15 to 10 minutes from the postoffico by tbe
Pittsburg Traction road: a cable loop, for which
an ordinance Is now in Councils, will pass within
10O feet of the square: prices 8,500 and 18,750:
terms, moderate cash payment and long time on
balance. Apply to S.W. BLACK ft CO.,99Fourth
FOR SALE HOMEWOOD A 2-STORY
frame dwelling ol 5 rooms, front and back
porch, good pump; tbls nice property only 82,500,
and on terms. BLACK ft BAIRD, 05 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE LOTS.
TTIORSALE CITY LOTS-10LOTSONLIBERTY
X? ave., between Thirty-ninth and Fortieth sts.,
Pittsburg, Pa.: low and on long time. II.
FORBES, Wheeling, W. Va. Je22-35
Esut End Lota.
FOR SALE-LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues and Lombard street. Allegheny, In
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH MCN AUGHER, 43 N. Diamond st.
FOR SALE-LOTS WHICH WILL GIVE YOU
a handsome profit, or make vou a fine home:
S40 aud $50 per foot for lots In Baum Grove Is as
secure an Investment as can be found. MELLON
BROS.. East End. or JOHN F. BAXTER, Agent,
512 smithfield st. Jy7-&3-TuF
FOR SALE-BANK OF COMMERCE ADDI
TION plan leads them all: no city taxes and
city conveniences; Intending purchasers will fur
ther their own Interest by Investigating this plan
before purchasing elsewhere JOHN F. BAX
TER, Agent, 512 Smithfield St. Jy7-55-TUT
FOR SALE A GOOD HHADYSIDE LOT
cheap: 45x190 feet and covered with grape
vines and fruit trees: No. 1 location; convenient
to station and other city conveniences: only $38
Ser foot front: this Is a bargain. BLACK ft
AIRD, 95 Fourth ave. (J-A-210.) Jyl0-29
B SALE-LARGE EAST END BUILDING
sltea. eommanrilnflr &marnlflent view of the
oeautiiui ijioeny vauey;tnis nanusome resiuence
place Is situated on Linden ave above Penn ave.,
convenient to P. B. B. and cable roads: very low
prlees and good location. BLACK ft BAIRD. 95
Fourth ave. jylO-30-ie,12,15,17.19,SS,25.27,29,31
rri-:'. .T -.;.. . " ..
TTOBSALE-fSoO WILL BUY THE LAST OF
X those very choice lots on Klyslan are- 1ut
off Fifth ave. at Point Breeze: to anyone wish
ing a desirable location to erect a home, where
the neighborhood Is good, and handy to cable and
B. B., this is the spot. MELLON BROTHERS.
8349 Station St. , E. E. jyl2-9i-x
FOR SALE-MARION PLACE; MUST GO:
now Is your chance to buy a good lot cheap
and on easy terms: 44 lots sold In one week: third
auction sale Saturday. J nly 13, at 2 r. M. ; lots will
be sold to the highest bidder; terms to suit. For
plans and particulars call on or address REED B.
COYLE ft CO., 131 Fourth avenue. jy9-79
FIR SALE-LOTS AT HAZELWOOD AND
Glenwood. near the station; only 13 minutes
from new B. ft O. station. Smithfield at. : graded
streets, sidewalks, city water, gas: S300 to 11,000:
houses for sale, small payment down, balance in
monthly payments If desired: railroad fare,
monthly tickets. SH cents per trip. GEORGE C.
BURUW1N, 150 Fourth ave. el8-71-uwrssu
B SALE WILMEBDING LOTS'IN THE
Watklns Place nlan: cheaD and on easv tenus.
tt: . .- -. 1 .. ..s-..z i.
ror plans ana particulars cau on KtLJ a.
uuxLEftuu., ui founn ave. Telephone No,
FOR SALE-OREXCHANGE-FABM12 ACBE3
house 3 rooms: good orchard: blacksmith
shop: near Carney station. P. B. E. ED. W1T
T1SH. 410 Grantst.. Pittsburg, Pa. Jyl2-D
T7HJB SALE-OB EXCHANGE, A FABM NEAB
X! Jjikewood, N. J., thefamons wlnterresort;
containing 125 acres, in excellent state of cultiva
tion; buildings of every description in perfect or
der: a pretty and productive home. Address
"FABM LIFE, "Lakewood, N.J. Jyl2-80-TuFSa
T710B SALE-THBEE GOOD FARMS. 18. 56
JD and 70 acres respectively: l!4 miles from
llaruiarvllle, W. P. It. It.. 12 miles irom Alle
gheny City: all well Improved; good buildings,
orchards, etc: terms to suit. JOSEPH BAR
TON, Harmarville, Pa.: W.J. BARTON, No. 1
Wylle ave. Jy7-18
FOR SALE ATLANTIC CITY.N. J HOTELS,
boarding houses, cottages, lots and bath
houses to let or ror sale by I. G. ADAMS ft CO.,
real estate agents, K. Est. ft Law Bdg., Atlantic
Cltv. N. J. Je20-3-D
FOB SALE-THBEE TEACTS OF FINE
mineral and timber land on and near tbe C.
ft O. B. R., in Virginia: the best of Iron ore and
timber; tract No. I 30,000. No. 2 4,100, No. 3 24.000
acres: price at 50 per acre: also, 6, 000 selected pop
lar and wblte oak trees that will average 1,200 feet
each, near railroad, S3 75 per tree. J. H. BRIS
'1QR. Martlnsbnrg. W. Va. JylO-tj
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
-TTIOR SALE-GOOD SHOE STORE 122 TAG
JU GART ST.. Pleasant Valley, opposite car
stables, Allegheny City, Pa. jylO-28
TTIORSALE-AT A BARGAIN A GOOD PAY
X; INGdrygoods store In Beaver Falls: cen
trally located: reason lorselllag, other business.
For further particulars addrert W. L. WOODS,
1018 Seventb avenue, Beaver Falls, Pa. Jyll-1
TTIOR SALE-AN OLD ESTABLISHED GRO
X1 CERY business In one ot the thoroughfares In
Allegheny: the business Is In full running condi
tion and making money; bad health tbe only
reason for selling; this Is an old stand and Is a
first class opening; the stock Is nice and clean and
all saleable. Particulars confidentially from J AS.
W. DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
TJXR SALE iOO GROCERY. DRY GOODS,
X1 drug, china and notion stores: light manu
facturing business, paying well; feed store, ex
tensive and profitable bakery. Ice cream and con
fectionery business; cigar stores and confection
ery stores, all sizes and prices: fine restaurant and
dining rooms, printing office, butcher shop, milk
depots, upholstery business, shoe stores, etc.
Free particulars. SHEPARD ft CO., 54 Flftn ave.
OR SALE MANUFACTURING SITE
River avenue. Allegheny, between P. ft W.
and W. P. B. It., opposite new Thirtieth street
brldre: lot250vrza: one of the best locations for
manufacturing purposes In the two cities. If not
sold this property will be offered at public sale
Monday. July 15, at 10 o'clock. For particulars
call on or address JOHN J, HOWLEY, 127 knurth
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Hones. Vehicles. Live Stock, dec.
FOB SALE-A BAY MAKE (YEARS OLD:
weighs 1.450 pounds: perfectly sound and
good worker: and horse colt 9 weeks old. Inquire
of AND X FRAZIEB, So. 28 Franklin street,
TTIOR BALE BAROUCHE, SLEIGH, HAB
X? NESS and other stable fixtures: all as good
as new; will be sold at a bargain. Inquire by ad
dressing . O.UOX; 808, Pittsburg. Pa.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
machinery ana Hetals.
T?OB SALE-28X48 CORLISS ENGINE: ONLY
lj run a year; can be seen In operation; price
on application; Worthlngton pumps, automatic
aud plain slide valve engines, boilers, pipe and
fittings. J. A. MCCORMICK, 150 First ave.
TTOB SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
X? boilers; all sizes and styles kept In stock, rrom
4 to 100 h. p.; all refitted: good as new, at lowest
rices; mounted portable engines. S to 25 h. p.
MSFarfcway. J.U. YOUNG. Allegheny, Ta.
FOB SALE-CONTRACTORS' MACHINERY:
one 7),xI2-lnch double engine, double drum:
others large and small, with single or doable
friction drums: wire and manlla rope, centrifugal
pumps, etc; two CCHS-lnch horizontal engines
with flywheels. THOMAS CABLIN'S SONS, cor.
Lacock andSandatkvsta.. Allegheny. ial7-iiwr
TO LET-SEVEBAL VEBY DESIBABLE 6
ROOMED dwellings; will rent low. JOHN
ALLEN. 8218 Penn ave. Jy3-2S-Mwr
TO LET NO. 1701 PENN AVE. DWELLING
or S rooms: owner pays natural gas for fuel
and water rent; rent low. W. A. HEBBON A
SONS, 80 Fourth ave. JylO-44-xwT
East End Redaencea.
rriO LET-ON PABK AVENUE, EAST LIB
JL ERTY. new brick house or 7 rooms: natural
gas: rent. S20 per month. AV. A. HEBBON ft
SONS, to Fourth ave. JylC-44-MTVT
TO LET-TWO WELL-FURNISHED ROOMS,
with or without board. UN ION AVE., shady
side or East Park, Allegheny; price moderate.
Offices. Desk Room, dec
mO LET-WELL LIGHTED OFFICE, NEWLY
JL painted: elevator, Janitor service and al
modern conveniences. Apply to GEBMANIA
SAVINGS BANK, 423 Wood street. )e2t-SS-D
TO LET-FOUR LARGE OFFICES-SINGLE
or en suite. In the Standard building. Wood
street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues: com-
Etete In every detail: rent reasonable. See W. A.
1ERRON ft SONS, No. 80 Fourth avenue.
TO LET-OFFICE ROOMS OB SUITES FOB
general business purposes In the new DIS
PATCH BUILDING. 75. 77 and 79 Diamond St.:
situation most central In the city: electilc light
Included in rents, which are moderate. Apply
between 11 A. X. and 5 P. X. Je27-80
TO LET-PENN BUILDING. PENN AVE.,
near Seventh St., offices single or en suite.
In this elegant 8-story building: 2 Crane elevators,
heat and janitor services; rents exceptionally
low; floor plans at our office; we have also de
sirable offices In other good buildings. SAMUEL
W. BLACK ft CO.. 99 Fourth ave. Je29-32-D
PERSONAL-books: booksi BOOKS 1
New and old. ancient and modern, standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30, 'J0O vol
umns to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE,
900 Liberty St. my3-28
SERSONAL WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIFE,
mother or daughters In renalrlng and elean
your old clothes, when It can be done for A
trffle by DICKSON, the Tailor, cor. Firth ave.
and Wood St., second fioorr Charges moderate:
facilities unsurpassed : suits made to order: spring
styles now ready, 'telephone 1558. tnh8
T OSr-POCKETBOOK AT WEST TENN DE
J POT. The finder will please return to the
WEST PENN TICKET OFFICE and oblige
AUCTION SALE FRIDAY MORNING.
July 1 at 10 o'clock, at the rooms. No. 311
Market st. Chamber snlts In all grades and
qualities, in plushes, tapestries, silks, reps,
brocatelle and hair cloth bed lounges, folding
beds, cribs, cots, bedsteads, chamber snlts,
chiffoniers, wardrobes, bureaus, washstands,
looking glasses, cabinets, lamps, clocks, bed
ding, stoves, refrigerators, coolers, rugs, cur
tains, toilet ware, tea and dinner sets,linoIenm,
Brussels and Ingrain carpets, willow rockers,
hall racks, bookcases, 2 office safes, desks,
chairs, center tables, sideboards, bullet, sew
ing baskets, pictures, mattresses, springs, no
tions, groceries. Turkish carpet, cost 3165; solid
mahogany sideboard, cost $250; extension tables,
china closets, pillows and bolsters, window
shades, etc., etc.etc HENRY AUCTION CO.,
LIM.. Auctioneers. Jyll-31
THE BOARD OF MANAGERS OF THE
Monongahela Navigation Company have
this day declared a dividend on tbe capital
stock of THREE DOLLARS PER SHARE
for tbe past six months, payable to the stock
holders or their legal representatives on and
alter the 15th Inst. W.BAKEWELL,
PITTSBURG, July U, 1889. Treasurer.
Manufacturers fc Merchants Ins. Co., )
Office. 417 Wood street,
Pittsburg, Pa., July 9. 1889. )
DIVIDEND-THE BOARD OF DIRECT
ORS of this company have this day de
clared a dividend of SI 60 FKR SHARE, pay
able on demand. W1I, T. ADAIR.
The Bex Fkankxtx Insurance Co., )
Or the City of Allegheny, Pa
Allegheny, July 10. 1889. )
DIVTDEND-THE DIRECTORS OF THIS
company have this day declared a dlvi
dend of THREE PER CENT (1 60 ner share),
payable on demand. Wil. A. FORD,
Office of Pittsburg Traction Co.. 1
No. 310 Fifth avenue, j
DIVIDEND-THE DIRECTORS OF THIS
company have declared a dividend of
ONE DOLLAR per share ont of tbe earnings
of the past six months, payable July 15. at Alle
gheny National Bank. Transfer books will be
closed from July 12 to 15, Inclusive. W. Mc
CANDLESS, Treasurer. jyl038-D
Union Bridge Company, )
Pittsburg, July 2, 1889. (
mHE DIRECTORS OF THIS COMPANY
I have this day declared a dividend of TWO
PER CENT, payable, on and after July 10, 1889,
at Iron City .National Bank.
JyHWl JOSEPH FORD, Secretary.
Office Western Insurance Co- (
Pittsburg, J uly 9, 1889. S
DrVTDEND NO. 74. THE BOARD OF DI
RECTORS have this day declared a divi
dend or THREE PER CENT or ONE DOL
LAR AND FIFTY CENTS upon each share of
the capital stock. Payable on and after the
Uth inst. WM. P. HERBERT, Secretary.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
letters of administration on tbe estate of
Mrs. Ellen Cowan, late of the city of Pittsburg,
connty of Allegheny, State ol Pennsylvania,
deceased, have been granted to the undersigned.
All persons indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment, and all navlng
claims against the same to make them known
without delay to M. A. COWAN, Administra
trix, 62 Gibbon street, Pittsburg. je21-49-F
Joslah Cohen fc Co., Attorneys at Law, 85 Dia
Estate of A. B. Bihlman. deceased.
jNotlce is hereby given that letters testa
mentary on the estate or A. B. Bihlman. de
ceased, late of Third ward, city of Pittsburg.
Allegheny county, Penna., have been granted
to the undersigned, to whom all persons in
debted to said estate are requested to make
Immediate payment, and those having claims
or demands against tbe same will make them
known without delay to
49 Diamond st, Pittsburg,
JOHN J. WALTHER,
156 Lowrie st, Allegheny City, Executors.
TN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS NO.
I 1 of the county of Allegheny Notice is
hereby given that an application will be made
to the said conrt (or a law judge thereof) on
Saturday, the 13th day of July, A. D. 1889,
nnder the "corporation act of 1874." and the
supplements thereto, by John II. McEIroy, C.
L. Stevens, Jobn H. Lohmeyer, J. A. Gordon.
Melcblor Varner and others for the charter of
an intended corporation to be called the First
Church of Spintnallsts of Pittsburg, the charac
ter and object of which Is the support of public
worship according to tbe f aitb, doctrine, disci
pline and usages of tbe Spiritualists, and for
this purpose to have, possess and enjoy all the
rights, benefits and privilges conferred by said
act and its supplements. D. T. WATbON,
LYON & SHOEMAKER,
IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
No. L of Allegheny connty. No. 178 Sep
tember term, 18891 Notice is hereby given tbat
an application will bo made to the said conrt
on SATURDAY, tbe 20th dav of July, A. D.
1889, at 10 o'clock A. ir., under the "corporation
act of one thousand eight hundred and
seventy-fonr," and the supplements there
to, by Frank K. Kohler, Charles D.
Heches, L. P. C. Godfrey, Ira B. Duncan
and R. B. Ford, for the charter ol an intended
corporation to be called the "Commercial Trav
eling Men's Club," the character and object of
which is to maintain a club to promote the
welfare of commercial travelers, to protect Its
members against nnjust discrimination and to
provide a beneficiary fnnd for the benefit of
sick and disabled travelers, and for these par
poses to have, possess and enjoy all the rights,
benefits and privileges of tbe said act and its
supplements. LYON x SHOEMAKER,
ilAMPMEETmG AT WILKINSBURG
J Will be the grandest feast of the season.
Marry eminent men will be there; Rev. Robert
Steele, of Parkersburg, W. Va.5 Rev. J. C
Ceigler, of Washington City, D. Cl,and the
grand Golden Songsters. Communion at 4
o'clock T. JC G.W.W.JENKINaS
ATOTICE-THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
JM the stockholders of tho Pennsylvania
Manufacturing. Mining and Snpply Company
will no held at their office. No. 1004 Penn ave
nue. Pittsburg, Pa on WEDNESDAY, July
17, 1839, at 11 o'clock A. X.
D. A. STEVENSON, Secretary.
Pittsbuso. Julv 1LJ8SO Jyll-16-P
THE STREETS OF NEW YORK.
EXPOSITION PARK, SATURDAY. JULY
13, at 3.30 p. M.. scotch and Irish games,
open to all, for $1,200 In prizes.
Special Event Pacing match between Wm.
Mclntyre's Jesse M and Mr. Campbell's Six
Points for RSXX
Admission. 25 cents; grand stand 25 cents ex
tra: boys 10 cents. Entrees to H. M. Dufnr,
Exposition Park. Allegheny. jyIO-74-WF
The Westtsghouse Air Brake Co ,1
Pittsburg. Pa.. July 11, 1889. f
VTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-PROPOS-1
ALS will be received by this company
until MONDAY NOON. July 22. 1889, for thi
erection of fifty (50) frame dwelling bouses
at Wilmerding station. Penn'a R. R. Plans
and specifications can be seen at the office of
the company on Robinson street, Allegheny.
Tbe right is reserved to reject any or all bids.
Proposals to be marked "wilmerding Houses"
and addressed to the undersigned, O. MILLER,
Purchasing Agent, Westinghouse Air Brake
Company. Jyl2 74-p
NEW YORK MILITARY ACADEMY,
Cornwall-on-Hndson. Courses of study In
civil engineering, English and classics. Labor
atory, drawing room and field work. Beautiful
buildings, grounds, location. COL. C. J.
WRIGHT, B. SA- M, Supt; BELDEN F.
HYATT. Comd't of Cadets. jell-D
CHELTENHAM ACADEMY. OGONTZ
Pa, Unexcelled location and surround
lngs. New school equipment Gymnasium,
military drill, etc Thorough preparation for
college or scientific school. For circular, etc
address J. CALVIN RICE. A. M-, Principal.
KEBLE SCHOOL, SYRACUSE, N. X.
Boarding School for Girls. Under the su
pervision of the Rt Rev. F. D. Huntington, S.
T. D. The nineteenth school year begins
Wednesday, September 11, 1889. References
Rt. Rev. H.C. Potter. D.D..N.Y. Rcv.Wm.R.
Huntington. D. D., Grace Chnrch, N. Y. City.
Pres. E. N. Potter. D. D.. Geneva. N. Y. Hon.
Andrew D. White, Ithaca. N. Y. Apply to
MISS MARY J. JACKSON, Principal.
Office of Controller of
Allegheny County. Pa.
Pittsburg. July 6. 1889.
-VTOTICE TO PRINTERS. BINDERS AND
J stationers Sealed proposals will be re
ceived at this office until i o'clock P. X
Friday, July 12, 1889, for tho binding and fur
nishing 185 assessors' blotters.
145 office duplicates.
110 school duplicates.
145 treasurers' or collectors' books containing
75.000 leaves more or less.
200 stenographers' books.
Also, for printing and furnishing blanks for
county offices for the ensuing year.
Also for furnishing stationery for the use of
county offices for the ensuing year.
Samples of books, blanks and stationery, and
all information relating to same can be ob
tained at the office of the Countv Commis
Jj8-S2 County Controller.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED
proposals will be received at the office of
City Controller until WEDNESDAY, the 17th
day of July, A.D. 1859. at 2 P. at, for the fol
Forbes street, from Brady street to Boyd
Cherry alley, from Third avenue to Water
State alley, from Wylie avenue to Fifth
Scott alley, from Penn avenue to Duquesne
Cbnrcb alley, from Sixth avenue to Straw
Slocum alley, from Penn avenue to Liberty
Strawberry alley, from Smithfield street to
PAVING AND CURBING.
Corday alley, from Pearl street to Cedar
The paving of tbe above street and alleys to
be either of Standard Sheet Asphalt with,
bituminous base or Vulcanite Asphalt
Keystone street, from Fifty-fourth street to
PAVING AND CURBING.
Keystone street, from Stanton avenue to
GRADING AND PAVING.
Dresden alley, from Fifty-second street to
Dresden alley, from Stanton avenue to Fifty
GRADING. PAVING AND CURBING.
South Twenty-eighth street, from East Car.
son street to Jane street
Mawblnney street, from south side of Forbes
street to a point 567 feet, more or less, south
wardly. Allen street, from Lillian street to Washing,
Larklns alley, from Sonth Twenty-fourth
street to South Twenty-fifth street
The paving of the above named streets and
alleys to be either of Standard Sheet Asphalt
with bituminous base. Vulcanite Asphalt,
Block Stone, Irregular Block Stone or Cobble
Stone, and bids will be received for each kind
Miller street, from Center avenue to Reed
street; 15-inch pipe.
Twenty-second street, from sonth side of
Railroad street to Allegheny river; 18-inch
Through and over private properties of
Margaret Hardle et aL and crossing Brooks.
Bates and Zulema streets, from Ward street
to a connection with Cunliff e run sewer; 13-inch;
Harcnm's alley, from South Twenty-third!
street to south Twenty-fourth street; 15-lncb.
'ox street, from South Twentv-fourtb.
street to South Twenty-third street; i5-incU
alllnirford street from Bldwell street to?
Barton street: 15-lnch pipe.
Penn avenue and Braddock avenue, from
Linden avenne to Susquehanna street; 15, 18,
20 and 2i-nch pipe. '
Plans and specifications can be seen and
blanks far bidding can be obtained at this
Each proposal must be accompanied by a
bond probated before the Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves the)
right to reject any or all bids.
E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
WOOD MANTELS, CEILINGS
Manufacturers and Importers of Fine Furnl-' '"i
tore, curtains ana umamenis.
Designs and estimates submitted for complete
TRYMBY. HUNT 4 CO.
iziu ana iU Market St,
" A FTER TWO TRIALS."
FRED BEILSTEIN. of Spring Garden avt,
was relieved of a large tapeworm by Dr. Bur
goon on July 9, after having treated with two
other physicians for the same.
Mr. Beilstein can be seen at the Allegheny
market where he has a butcher's stand. -'-
DR. BURGOON treats all curable diseases.
Over 300 testimonials of yonr neighbors cured
at his office. 47 Ohio st, Allegheny. Pa
Consultation free. Jyl2
81 AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-74-s
128Vf THIRD AVE- UPSTAIRS.
Gents' shoes soled and heeled in 15 minutes)
for 75 cents.
Finest work In the city. myaB-u-trT
A E. UNKENHELMER,
MS Smithfield street Plttsburz. Pa. Fre-IfeaMsl
Frennd Building, second floor. mh343Q-xwT-Vl
TvUKOAN a WHITE,
71 Diamond street
Becond door above Smithfield.