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THE 'HTTSBtJEfl DTHPATO& HODAY, . APKIL 8," 1891
MUST TOE THE MARK.
Major Gourley Calls for the Rolls
of Department Employes.
ALL KOX-EESIDENTSMUST RESIGN.
Chiefs Propose to Enforce
KAMES OF THOSE WHO DBAW SALAEIES
Mayor Gourley has carefully examined
the lists, submitted at his request by the
Chieis of Public "Works and Public Safety,
of the names of every employe on the pay
roll, their place of residence and their com
pensation. This list -was asked for by the
Mayor to ascertain just how many men
there were on the pay-roll who were not
residents of the city and therefore illegally
The Mayor had found one boy in the
Building Inspector's office who was a non
resident, and called Chief Brown's atten
tion to it, the result being that the
boy's name was stricken irom the
roll. At that time the Mayor received an
anonymous communication which alleged
that there were many others on the roll
who had no right to be there. In going
over the list, as presented to him, only two
non-residents were found. One was J. J.
Cratty, of Crafton, in the City Engineer's
office, and the other, Sidney Totten, book
keeper for the Department of Public
Safety, who was temporarily residing at
Glenshaw. Both these men have sinoe be
come residents and the Mayor is satisfied.
Mast ZJre Up to tile Iaws.
The Mayor said yesterday that he de
sired to have all the laws lived up to and
will use every means at his command to see
that they are, but he is not looking for
trouble and will make none so long ai every
man employed by the city does his duty.
It has become generally understood about
City Hall that the retorm spirit has taken
hold of Chiefs Bigelow and Brown, and
henceforth the subordinate officials and em
ployes in the Public "Works and Safety De
partments will find it to their advantage to
walk a very straight and narrow line.
There is a determination on the part of the
department chiefs, in which they are backed
strongly by the Mayor, that every man must
perform his duties strictly to the letter, and
11 auy mil, uu win u muic ncaub. j.ucic
have been a number of men drawing pay
from the city who have been slipping along
in a happy-go-lucky way, either allowing
others to ilo their work or neglecting it en
tirely. The excessive use of alcoholic
stimulants has also been the cause of much
trouble to both Chiefs Bigelow and Brown,
but they have resolved to submit to it no
longer, and no matter how exalted the po
sition of their subordinate who breaks the
rule of sobriety, he will be displaced forth
with. Mnsn't Mir Drinking With "Working. .
Chief Bigelow has already applied the
rule in his department. One of his most
trusted men has been disciplined by a short
suspension, another has been marked for
final discharge, and the fate of one or two
others who hold responsible positions is
trembling in the balance. The chief has
taken a decided stand, and there is little
doubt but that he will bring his men to
time. There are several places in Chief
Brown's department where his new rule
will have the effect of creating vacancies
unless some of his men make a decided
change in their habits, but he realizes the
necessity of sobriety and strict attention to
duty, and has made it known throughout
his department that offenders will be sum
marily dealt with.
The men in the Department ofPublie
"Works and the salaries they receive, as
shown by the Mayor's list, are'as follows :
Men VTho Draw Salaries Irom tho City.
General office E. 3r BIrcIow, Chief of Depart
ment. $5,000 per year; J. P. Blnaman, Chief Clerk,
f 1,800; V. J. Woods, bookkeeper. $1,200: M. M.
Johnston, clerk, (1,000; Toner Carr, messenger,
ECRr.AU OF EXGIJ.EEHIXO AND SURVEY.
W. U. Brown. Superintendent, J200 per month;
S. "H". Church, llegistrar, 8150; W. S. AVakeSeld,
F. II. Schw artz ana YC. E. Gelstou, assistant en
gineers, each I1C6 65; Robert Thompson and W. M.
Tavlor. draughtsmen, each 100; T. SI. Strlckler,
draughtsman. J75: Marsh McClaln, clerk. S100; II.
I.. Slocum. clerk. 175: J. B. Woods, clerk. M0: E.
F. Torrance, John Kemeler and A. W. Burke,
transit men. each $75; A. A. Peterson, D. J. Dwjer.
It. IE. Sims and ltobert bmnlL rodmen. each $G0;
IV". J Whltaker. John JlcKnlght Thomas Alex
ander. Ilarrv Ilazmalcr and I. J. Cratty, chaln
mn. each 0: John Smith. &. I.. Allen. John
O'Hinlon. Richard Jackson, C TV. Lewis. J. A.
Schuck and David Warden, Inspectors, each $75 per
Wm.T. Bowers, Superintendent, 10) per month.
ULT.EAU OF HIGHWAYS AND SCWERS.
J. P. Andrews, Superintendent, fMOpermonth;
J. F. Hunter, A. Jl. Lee. S. T. Paisley. Tuos.
Fording and David Eraerv. Asslstent buiierlntend
rnts, each J125: B, J. filer, clerk. (100; Henry
Schultr. E. s Magee. Ger. H. Taylor, W. G. Mc
Geary, Steel Magee. Jos. Phillips. Chas. Kahlach
and L. H. Hunter. Inspectors, each (75 per month.
Michael McConvHle. foreman. S3 50 per day;
Terrancc Do Ian, Runlhompson and Robt-J. Thomp
son, assistant foremen, each (2 50 per day: Albert
Crawford, foreman. S3 per day; Robert t.oshorn.
r; itoDert (.osnorn,
foremau. 82: John
loreman. f.: au; uavia r uuon.
urm ana uai ia s. siceio. inremeu. ca.cn (3: .James
M. Hunter. Robert McClelland, William Curtis,
Samuel Mitchell, foremen, each 82 25: R. N. Xeg
lej, clerk, (40 per rodnth; II teamsters, each So
per daj ; 13 carters, each (2 75 per day;
William Miller, stable boss. Jl 50 per aay: James
Cleary and Eph Roberts, stable bosses, each (1 75
per day: ai drivers, each (1 50 per day; Kolert
Munn, drop cleaner, (2 50: 7 cleaners, each (2; 4
cleaners, each (t 50; 7 cleaners, each 81 75: 2 sweep
f rs, (2 25: 6 sweeper, each 81 50; 12 laborers, each
1150: John Caanaugh. dumper, (125; Patrick
(julnn. watchman, (125; G laborers, each (1 60; 5
laborers, each (1 75.
, Blackmore, chief clerk, (150 per month;
Daniel G. Evans, draughtsman,
;inu; jas. irwin.
cierk, 5sa 33.
BCHEAU Or WATER SCrFET AND DISTRIBUTION.
Frank Wilcox, superintendent. (333 33 per month;
L. A. Dennlson, clerk, (100 per month; J. II.
Atkinson, chief engineer, (100 per month; Charles
Homack. night engineer. (35 per month; A. P.
Kennedy, assistant engineer. (60 per month;
William McClaren ana William Uallentlne, fire
men, each (2 per day; James Hanlon and John
Borden, wauhraen, each So5 per month; James
McDonnell, chief engineer, (100 per mouth, W.
Smith, assistant engineer. 875 per month; J. G.
Christie and John Weaver, firemen. cach52perdar;
H. P. MUIIgau, watchman, (i per month; A.
Montgomery, foreman. (10jjer mouth; 13 laborers,
fach, (2 per day; J. (j Crouch, foreman, (100 per
month: John Geddis, assistant loreman, (SO per
month: A. J. Moon, foreman, (75 per month; 7
.szperaav; jonn Henderson and T. J.
c inspectors, eacn si yo per dav; o,
B. Morrow and J. F. 15rocker. drillers, tach S3
j. r. d
dav; James LlttclL superintendent of pipe laying, (3
per dav : William L5 ons. v, atchman. (o5 per month
Charles W. While and J. C Sweeney, engineers,
eich (75 per month: Gideon Grimes, carpenter.
(2 75 per day; J. J. Brennau. chief englnetr. ,(IJ)
per month; Robert McClure and J. A. Batchelor.
lr.t assistant engineer", each (100 per month;
David Kerr, Assistant Engineer, (05 per month:
four wipers. (50 pcrinonth; two water carriers (30
ptrmonth:Samuel Brown, boiler tender, "SjO per
month; Patrick McGrady and Michael Nagle. fire
men, each (50; John Grant machinist, (2 50 per day;
John Koehlepps. steam litter, (2 25 per day; George
Williams, carpenter, (2 per day: 13 laborers. (1 70
per day; Henry Cosgrove. (1 fo per day; Thomas
Bailey, watchman. ( )5 per month.
bcbeaC of water assessments.
George "W- Miller, Superintendent, (200 per
month: David Dles, Chief clerk, (lOOpermonth;
John G. Boyd, clerk. (33 31 per month; James C.
Duffy, James P. Willison, George W. Laying aud
Matin MuUen, deputies, each (3 per day.
BUREAU OF CITT 1'EOrERTY.
W. C.McCarthy.Superintendent,(150 per month:
George Bradley. Janitor. (75 per month: Jacob
.MoscuclL Sergeaut. (75 er month; William
i:cnolds, cuglnicr. $75 per month; William Claw
son, night watcMuan. (Toper month: Robert Davis,
elevator man, (50 per month: eight deaners,$35 per
mouth; George L. Howard, laborer, (1 50 per day.
William McAdams. chief clerk. (125 per month;
W. J. McAdams, clerk, William Fowler, Robert
McAdams and John Harvey, constables, each (75
per month: Charles Bullock and Edward Bardsley,
sweepers, each (5 per month: Samuel Shaney,
carter, (75 per. month; three cleaners, (25 per
Joseph XaU, sweeper, (30 55 per month,
David McDonald, clerk, (43 33 per month; Peter
Miller, constable, (75 per month; Rachel Miller,
sw ecper, (25 per month.
WHARVES AND LANDINGS.
S. J. Toole, wharfmastcr. (100 per month; John
Carver and William Coriess, assistant wharfmas
ters, each (50 per month: Edward shannon, police
man, (1 50 per dav; James MlUlgan and James
Carr, laborers, (1 50 per day.
n. W. rotls, Assistant Engineer, (106 05 rer
month; J. L. Curtln, transltman, $75 per month;
II. B. Kust, rodman. 60 per month; W. D,
Thomas, chalnman. $30 per month; W. S. Thomas,
axeman, 30 per month.
James McKnlght, assistant superintendent. fUS
per month: E. F. Butch, time-keeper. K SO per
day; three policeman, each, $2 CO per day; 13 labor
ers, each SI SO per day.
George W. Burk, foreman, 173 per month; two
policemen, each 12 GO per day; Charles Oiks, green
houseman, II 75 per day; ten laborers, each (1 50
Chief Brawn's Merry Men.
Chief Brown, of the Department of Pub
lic Safety, made the following return of the
men under his control:
General Officp J. O.
Brown, Chief of Depart-
ramt. Silt 6s per month: Crosby Gray. Chief t
ner month : Crosby Uray. Chier clerk.
(150 per month; S. II. Totten, Accountant, (100 per
month; Miss N,
A. tv. AlCLiean, oienograpoer.
(8J 33 per month;
John Connor. Clerk, (33 33 per
BUREAU OF HEALTH.
Thomas W. Baker, Superintendent, (150 per
montn; w, t: jicneivey. umei uierc, fiuu oer
montn; j. u. Mccanaiess. my. anaiieg.. lira
mouth: J. w. McCutcheon. Meat and Ml E
tpector, (150per month; John W. McKee, Regis
tration clerk. (S3 33 permonin: james m. juctwen.
Chief Saultary Inspector. (S3 S3 per month; Samuel
Kllgore, Vegetable Inspector. (75 per month:
William B. Evans, night clerk, (75 per
monin; ivatnanne riinn, xranscrLDina t lerjc,
Ed. M. McKenna, David Price, W. R. Black,
G. W. Moore, James McCandless, Jesse
W. Young, M. S. Brobeck. Henry Bar
low. John T. Jones and Charles Davis,
sanitary policemen, eaeh (75 per month;
Ferdinand Hagan. steward Municipal Hospital,'
(63: M. Baschkopff and William Jackson, foremen
garbage furnace, each (2 50; Thomas Smythe, Lee
Wilkinson, Randolph Butler. William Johnson and
Charles Brov n, laborers, each (2 per day.
BCREAU OF ELECTRICITT.
M. W. Mead, Superintendent, (150 per month;
Richard McClatchey, Assistant Superintendent,
(100: J. w. Moreland, chief operator, (100: Ed Mc
Caffrey, H. L. Angloch, Charles Froellch, Martin
O'alara, Charles Eaton, and H. Hcmenhouse,
operators fire alarm, each (95 83 per month:
J. T. Daly, J. W. Cupps, Thomas Harmon and
David Bowen, linemen, each (00 64 per month.
BUREAU OF BUILDING INSPECTION.
Charles Hoffman, Building Inspector,
month. .T- A. A. Ttrown AftclstAIlf RMl
Assistant Building In-
spec tor. (125 per month; John Spratt, clerk, (100
BUREAU OF PLUMBINO INSPECTION.
William Loydon, Inspector, (125 per month; Vin
cent Stevens, Gauger, lees.
BUREAU OF POLICE.
Roger O'Mara. Superintendent. (200 per month;
P-Milel cllrls. assistant. (125: Ellas J. John, clerk.
100: William McKelvev. H. Whltehouso and
Richard Kelly. Inspectors of police, each (110;
Robert Dennlston. William Stewart. Henry Unter
baum, James McLauehlln and Richard Brophv.
captains, each (100; I. J. Moyer, surgeon, (50;
George II. Waggoner, Lieutenant, (3 per day.
William Reed, Robert S. Gray, Thomas Rosewel
and Adolph Metz, sergeants, each (2 75 per day;
54 patrolmen at (2 50 each: Thomas McAndrews,
Charles Frlti, George O'Neill. G. J. Flucker,
1 homas Murley and Andrew Lew, patrol wagon
men. (2 50 each; C. J. Lourimore, turnkey, (2 50;
William Shore, Robert Robinson, Ph. Demmel.
JohnMcTIghe. Mck Bendle, John Moesner, Sam
Scott. R. II. Fife. E. Harris and
Marins Donahue, special officers, each, (2 50;
S. Montgomery, Benjamin Leech and Albert
Herron, signal service, each (2 60,
Police Station No. 2 Andrew B. Scott. Lieuten
ant, (3; Da!d Myers and Henry Cochran, Ser
geants, tl 75 each; 18 patrolmen. (2 50: William Mc
Eiroy, Hugh Madlsou.Thomas F. Carroll and John
Kress, patrol service, each (2 75.
Police station No. 3 Charles Gallant and Thomas
Richards, Lieutenants: David Beck and C. C. Stir,
bergeants; 12 patrolmen; Henry Kramer. Joseph
Dutton, George Mclntlre, J. F. Neelen, Thomas
x osier ana uonraa snauer, patrol service.
Police btallon No. 4 George Snyder, Lieuten
ant; J. L. McElhaney and George T. llcftdrlck,
sergeants: 18 patrolmen; Thomas Merck and Pat
rick 1 ltzgerald. special officers; George Vlcker
man. D. Griffith, Michael McGlnley. Thomas
Kinney and Frank Hartman, patrol service.
Patrol station No. 5 Andrew Orth, Lieutenant;
John A. Berry and E. S. Logan, sergeants; 16 pa
trolmen; Benjamin Remolds, Frank Loder,
George Regclman and Theodore Grimm, patrol
Police Station No. 6-John E.Cramer and Will
iam J. Duncan, lieutenants: J. W. Lewis and
John H. Best, sergeants: 29 patrolmen: Jerry
Gumbert, special odicer; William Sloan, Bernard
Clinton, G. M. D. Uanna and Patrick Dunn,
Police Station No. 7 Wm. Stewart, captain; J.
M. Johnston, lieutenant; Jacob Crawford, Thos.
McQuald. Wm. Mc Jhane and D. C. Bltzler, Ser
geants; 30 patrolmen: P.J. Carrlgan and Patrick
Kellv. special officers; Geo. Schaler, Ed. Dolan.
Pat Welsh. Harry Brobeck, Wm, Aufterueld ana
O. M. Lewis, patrol service.
Police station No. 8-L. J. Booker. Lieutenant;
William McCurry and L. J. Vaughn, Sergeants;
12 patrolmen; Fred Wills, John S. Gillespie. Eu
gene Lucot and Samuel Carnahun. natrol service.
Police Station No. 9 Thomas Devlne, John
Omigg, . Ullam Hcrsche and Philip Kauff, patrol
Police Malrons Mary Brennan, Julia Finney,
Emma B. Bell. Rebecca Uelsley, Mrs. M. Haddock,
S. A. Leech. Mrs. Harriott E. Crooks, Mary
Perry, Margaret Rice, Hester Watson, Mrs. (J. A.
Janitors Jas. Williamson, John F. Patterson.
Chas. A, Jones, Robert Smothers, Harry Marsh.
W. II. Lee, Samnel Parker.
Sub-Patrolmen-Alex. McCormlck. J. W. On
stoot, Frank Connelly, Joseph Bauer. Andrew
Lachner. Adam Kosenberger. JohnSchafer, Rob
ert Woods. Ed ard Carney. James Poland. John
Tohln. Thomas Lees, John Maloney. Frank
Tread, Anthony Mannlon, Michael Hughes, Joseph
Kosk.0, Jllchael Sullivan, Samuel Monet, J.Ketter,
John A. Fields. Ross Rorlson, William O'Connor.
Michael Wlndle, James Layden, William Slebert,
William Laughrey. John M. Mahon. Thomas
Murphy, Ed FItzpatrlck. Ed Meehan. A. H.
Walker. L. B. McConaghy, William B. Tomer,
Michael Lawry. George D. HIIL Horaca B. Sail
ley. Hugh King, J. B. Gllsou. James McNellie,
BUREAU OF FIRE.
M.S. Humphreys, Chief Engineer, (3,030 per year;
S.N. Evans. First Assistant Engineer. (150 per
month; John Steel. Second Assistant Engineer.
(125 per month: William Coates, Third Assistant
Engineer, (125 per month: James Stewart, Fourth
Assistant Engineer, (125 per month: E. de Lassos,
Engine Company No. 1 Peter Snyder, Louis
Beggino, Joseph E. Whalen, James Lawlcr, James
Tool, John Andres, Otto Houch, M. O'ConneU,
Charles A. bcol jonu -l. uugnes,
Engine CoinDanv No. 2 M. Hanniean. William
i. 2 31. 11:
liennett, u. J. i.cieu, r.. jsicuomDS, unanes a.
Hart, Cornelius Drlscoll John Palsley.M. Carroll,
John McMillan, Robert Badger.
Engine Company No. 3-George W. King, Will
iam Kramer, George Brcnneman, James Gorman.
John Hays, George Standt, John Green, George
tlugues. William liarper, J onn nunan.
Lngiue Company No. 4 John Lennlz, Dan
Campbell, Joseph Busha, John Cashmore, John
Wrigley, John Parker, Joseph Hook, J. J.Pender,
Engine Company No. 5 F. It. Hutchinson. W.
B. Eckey. John J. Frej vogle, George A. Scott,
Jacob Reese. Jr.. John Phillips, Henry Heinz,
James McLaughlin, John F. Irwin.
Engine Company No. 6 Robert McKinley, Rnfus
Morns. 31. McStcen, James Clark, Hugh Bcatty,
William-Conner, Richard bcanlon, D. Stevenson,
Engine Company No. 7 Evan Davis. Frank Mc
Stcen. Richard Rowe. Adolph Roth. William Hag
maler, James McAleese. Joseph Johnston, Louis
Ochner, George Manchester.
Engine Company No. 8 Louis Kemmler, John
Langdon. Frank Coates, Robert Edwards, John
Dalzcll, James L. Lloyd, William J. Best, Alex
Engine Company No. 9 F. McClelland. H. A.
Braun, Alonzo Iveunedy. Robert McConway,
Frank McMahon. Thomas McKeuny, Dan Elliott,
John Sherron, James Ellis.
Engine Company Ao. 10 William Boyd. JohnS.
Allen. James S. Miller. D. G. McMUIln. William
Simpson. Anton Voelker, William II. Dlebold.
Lnglne Company No. 11. John Sheppard, Harry
Moouey. AN 1111am Erb, Qeorge Long, Patrick Too
hlU, James Grimm, John J arret t, Patrick Gall
agher. Engine Company No. 12. Martin Klnley, George
W. Vcgel, illiam Michaels, William Alkman,
Andrew Hoffman, Ednard Gelss, August Lehman,
Engine Company No. 13 William J. Wilson,
George M. Calu. John Coyle. John Patterson,
John Delaney. John G. Lytic. Dennis Martin,
Joseph Sloss, 1 hocas G, Richard.
Engine Company No. 14 Leonard Smith, Will
iam A. Shook, George W. Gardner, Henry Crow,
Davidson Hunter, P. F. Sullivan. And. V. Burns.
Engine Company No. 15 Ph. McGulre, George
McClelland, Walter King, James Youug, Charles
A, Cready, James Miller, John Kramer, Elmer
Croca, Nicholas Seirrled,
Engine Company 2io. 16 David Mitchell. A. J.
Cupples, Walter A. Hunt. Fred Beckett, Peter
lltlnson. George A. Wright, James Gorman,
Engine Company No. 17 John L. Qarrow,
Joseph E. Sees, Joseph McDonald, Jacob Miller.
II. H. Datz, John Baker, Gecrge V. Barr, Fred
Truck A James Connolly. George Price. James
Farmer That was a stavin' paper yom
got out last week.
Country Editor rm glad to hear that
you were pleased with it.
Farmeb Them stories you had In about
them fellers bein' curedof longitandin' dis
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I've read for a long time. Puck.
You'd believe in patent medicines if they
didn't profess to cure everything.
And, you can't always tell tho prescription
that cures by what you read in the papers.
So, perhaps, there's no better way to sell a
remedy, than to tell the truth about it, and
take the risk of its doing just what it pro
fesses to do.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription fa not
a "cure-all,'" but is only adapted to those
diseases peculiar to women. It fulfills a
singleness of purpose, being a perfect spe
cific in all chrome weaknesses, functional
and painful disorders peculiar to tb sex.
It's a powerful, invigorating tonic, and a
soothing and strengthening nervine purely
vegetable, perfectly harmless. For ulcera
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that's known as a "female complaint" ltu
a positive remedy.
B u a l wi'tcSJMEf s'jqA s g.-
Dougherty. Bartley McCoy, frank Elmore, George
Barnes, Frank Carey, Joseph Zoog.
Truck B John R, Wootihave. Dan Dpangler,
D. W. Thompson. Robert W. Thomas, Thomas
Bovard, M. Wlialen.
Truck C John Keenan, John Hubert, Arthur
Hamal, Bartley Cowley, Biyce Feastcr, Thomas
Ware. ' '
Truck D William Lenhart, Jerry 8nllivan,
Michael Biggie, James Donovan. Thomas Fierst,
ward K, juomtt; w. . nays, Jonn c. Wlll-
lama and James C.
Dickson, fuel wagon
John Bennlng, driver at storehouse:
:r. driver at storehouse: D. 1
storekeeper; wiiuam juartin, e
B, N, Craig. In charge or barn,
William Martin, employe, storehouse i
of sun-firemen John Hart. Frank He-
Kenna. W. S. CamDbell: Charles Shots. Henry
Pflucer, C. Llppert. . John Burns, George TJlam,
Ed Hughes, William MeWiortor. John Shreett, Pat
Tolan, Mat MeBriue, W. J. Johnson, C. Haefner.
Albert Lincoln. Alex Burns. EmIIKuhn, William
Park, Robert Giles. E. McCready, P. Bchllngman,
Harry Weaver. James Clark, Chris Phillips, Hugh
Adams, Dan Gallagher, A. Bedley.
The salaries of the firemen and police
men are rated by the day, as follows: In
each engine company there is a captain,
who gets $2 83 per day, lieutenant who get
$2 46, engineer $2 77, two drivers who get
$2 65 each and the balance of the men get
12 46) per day each. The engine com
panies have from seven to ten men each.
The hook and ladder companies have six
men each but no captains. The lieuten
ants get $2 46)4 per day, two drivers eaeh
$2 53 per day and the laddermen 2 46
The policemen, specials or patrolmen, ex
cept sergeants, lieutenants and captains, re
ceive $2 50 per day.
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'Center of Store.
Over 1,500 yards hemstitched embroideries
bought at auction, sell at BOo, (3, (2 25 and (3
per piece of tU yards. This Is J ust half the
actual value or the goods.
Jos. Horse & Co.s
Fenn Avenue Stores.
Thx preatest spring and summer beverage
is the Iron City Brewing Company's lager
A Good Tonic
is absolutely nocessary after attacks of the
Grip, Diphtheria, Pneumonia, or any other
prostratlhc disease. Hood's Sarsaparilla
possessesjnst the elements of strength for
the body, and vitality and richness for the
blood which brim? back robust health, and
literally pnt you on yonr feet again.
Two Battles With the Grip.
Mr. Jacob Knapp, a well-known market
man and dealer in meats, lard, hides, etc..
In Tipton, Iowa, says: "I have had tne grip
for two winters, and this last winter I was
so badly off I could not eat and conld not
rest because of coughing. I took medicine
from physicians here but did not get any re
lief. Having heard of Hood's Sarsaparilla I
took It and it helped me so much I could
soon attend to my business. I have taken 8
bottles now and feel strong and well, and
have a splendid appetite Before taking
I wanted to tit down or lie down all the
time, but now I feel as strong as ever."
HOOD'S PILLS are the best family cathar
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I'LL BET A THOUSAND
Dollars that there Is no imitation of Dia
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I'll bet $2,000 that no Jeweler can sell you
Toltaio Diamonds except
B. E. ARONS, Jeweler, Sole Owner,
65 FIFTH AY. apS-uwrsu
ONE HUNDRED PIECES
46-inch All-Wool, Silk Finish BLACK HENRIETTAS, REGU
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asking for locations, will not prove a rich invest
ment at the low price asked for choice lots. Plans
and particulars can be obtained at the office of the
ALIQUIPPA STEEL CD,
Room 30, Westinghouse Building,
NINTH AND PENN AVE.
Beginning Monday, April 11.
The most remarkable Comedy Success on
Seats now soiling,
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
This week. Matinees Wednesday
AND JOHN KERNfiLL."
April 11 "The Drummer Boy. ap-il
To-night and Saturday Matinee,
KOSE AND CHABLES
IK LADT BARTER.
Saturday Evening DOROTHY'S DILEMMA
Next week Hoyt's "A Texas Steer."
THE ALVIN THEATER
CHARLES L. DA VIS.. ..Owner and Manager
Wednesday and Saturday matinees,
THE MILLER OPERA COMPANY,
In Donnelly & Miller's Nautical-Farcical
New production, strontr cast, Inoludlng
April 11 The Spectacular Naval Drama,
THE ENSIGN. ' apMJ
DAN PACKARD AND COMPANY.
PRICES 15, JS, 80, 750
Next Week Howard Athensoum Specialty
HARRY- WILLIAMS' ACADEMY.
To-Night Matinees Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday,
Williams X Orr's
Cyclops and Sandowe and all new features.
GLEASON'S GREAT FIGHT WITH
JACK THE RIPPER,
Tho most vicious horse in Pennsylvania.
Prices 50 and 25c. Last night of the horse
THE MERCANTILE AGENCY
R. G. Dun & Co.,
Westlnghouse Building, corner Fenn Ave.
and Ninth St., Pittsburg, Pa.
This establishment supplies all necessary
Information as to the standing, responsibil
ity, eto., of business men throughout North
America. It is the oldest and by far the
most oomplete and extensive system ever
organized for the accommodation of Bank
ing and Mercantile Interests and the General
Promotion and Protection of Trade.
Debts Collected and Legal Business at
tended to throughout the North American
TTNFKBMENTED GEAPE JUICE.
A delicious beverage with all tne medic
inal properties of the grape, absolutely free
of alcohol. In quart pottles. GEO. K.
STEVENSON A CO., Sixth ar. Ja8-xwr
NOT A WHIT
Too soon to leave your order for an
Easier SdiI aifl Overcoat!
The man with
whims can be sure
that he'll get Just
wnat he wants here.
. or THB
Made to yourmeas
nre In the popular
way Frock, the Business-like
Sack or the
yon going to do about it this
400 SMITHFIELD STREET.
Velvet Carpets, "
Body Brussels Carpets,
And all kinds of Ingrain Car
pets. Everything new in style,
choice in color. All at
SPECIAL LOW PRICES.
Wall Paper in every quality
and' style for wall and ceiling.
Special styles in choice colors.
You should see our stock be
fore you buy.
136 FEDERAL ST.,
ALLEGHENY CITY, PA.
263 BROKEN WATCHES
We repaired last Week! Why shouldn't wet
Wo Clean Watches for 50 Cents.
New Jewels, 50 Cents.
Main Springs, 50 Cents.
Case Springs, 50 Cents.
All work guaranteed and warranted.
B. E. ARONS, JEWELER,
65 FIFTH AV. ap3
"Well-1 Should Smoke
This week onr customers can set a whack
tit 2,000 Solid Coin Silver
THixxi.le etX I80 Each.
All flies for Ladles and children. Also
1,000 Children's 8olld Gold Kings at
ie CENTS K5A.CET.
R E. ARONS, Jeweler, 5 Fifth Avenue.
or rAKB HAIR If ST OREO trj
youthful color and beauty by
D. HATS' HAIR HEALTH. R
rs. uoci not stain sun
UNITARIAN PUBLICATIONS FREE
Address Miss Mary Lyman. 19 Oakland
Square, Pittsburg. Ja-lS-U
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CEO. W. SNAMAN,
trr. . kU"H- irtiv mm
1 Swiss ii the Botf Dejarliett
HOW'S Ii, MOTHERS?
And an Extra Pair of Pants
Thrown in the Bargain.
Don't stop and wonder, but come in at
once and take advantage of this marvelous
offer. ( Only 750 of these Suits, and they'll
sell like hot cakes. The materials are
STRICTLY ALL-WOOL CHEVIOTS, in
light and dark plaids, checks, mixtures and
tan shades; made up in the best manner as
per accompanying illustration. The Suit
alone is worth $4 (indeed, some clothiers
ask $$ for same goods), but our price on
this special occasion is but $2.65, and,
besides, we give an extra pair of Pants to
match gratis to every buyer.
' SPECIAL EASTER NOVELTIES IN CHILDREN'S SUITS.
We have just placed on sale a large shipment of entirely new, select
and exclusive novelties in Children's Kilt and Short-Pant Suits, including
the Zouave, Junior, Sherwood, Sussex and Reefer styles, expressly made for
our Easter trade.. Prices $3, $$ and $6.
BOYS' CONFIRMATION ITS,
Of finest imported materials, made up like custom work in our own Mer
chant Tailoring Department, and beyond comparison with the ordinary
ready-made Confirmation Suits of other houses. Our prices, $&, $10, $12
and 15. A Sterling.Silver Scarf Pin, too, goes free with each suit.
To-morrow wiH ba your last chance, boys, to get one of
those Carving Saw Outfits free with every Suit costing not
less than $4. These saw outfits are worth $i.
400 pairs celebrated Liona Kid
and Bright Dongola Oxford Ties,
hand-turned, calf, patent leather tips,
common sense or opera toe, sizes 2
to 7; worth $2, at $1.
Is the wonder and surprise of the entire shoe trade,
lady can be suited and fitted from this line.
Fifth Ave. and Smithfield St
C 1 1 If C D Comage is one of the g"atest of IivinS issues, but
VI L V Lll it isn't half so important to you as to where you'll
buy your new housefurnishings this spring. THIS QUESTION
I Q One which touches your pocketbook and will help deter
lO mine how much coin you'll have left when your purchases
fl 1 1 D Stock of Furniture and Housefurnishings is immense in
U U II s'ze and desirable in every way, including price. It con
tains thousands of small single pieces, which you can have for a
And as choice, rich,
had anywhere. Come
And see whar a
"We are showing, and get our prices.
"WELL BRED, SOON WED." GIRLS WHO USE
ARE QUICKLY MARRIED. TRY IT IN YOUR NEXT
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widths A to
3 to 6; worth $2.50, at
The most particular
expensive furniture as can be
fine line of
923, 925 and 927
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