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THE, PITTSBURG rDISPATOHf SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 1889. '' - W
THE GOOD TEMPLABS
Kow Gathered In Chicago From All
Quarters of the Earth.
A POWERFUL TEMPERANCE OEDER
Aid to lie Extended to Prohibition's Cause
DKTE1HXG OF THE HA1HABKETSTATUE
rCOBBTSFOXDZXCZ Or TBI DISFJLTCH.1
Chicago, June 1. The Grand Lodce of
the "World of the Order of Good Templars,
the largest temperance society in existence,
is now convened in this city. They hire, it
is claimed, 630,000 members, of which oyer
200,000 are in this country. The badge of
the order is a round pin with outline map
of the globe and the letters I. O. G. T.
It teaches, said one of their members, that
"their field is the world." Since 1851, when
the order was established, they have organ
ized lodges in all parts ot the world to which
civilization has spread. There are dele
gates here who have come all the way from
India and South Africa to attend this con
vention. These delegates from distant lands, how
ever, are not such a curiosity or drawing
card for their meetings as might at first be
imagined. They are mostly "carpet-baggers"
of tbe Anglo-Saxon race, who have
settled in those conntries not natives. It
is, said that the belief in one Supreme Baler
of the universe prevents the order from em
bracing many members outside of the Chris
A COSMOPOLITAN OBGAKIZATIOIT.
There are some colored members and one
Indian, Oronhyatekha, M. D., a physician,
of London, Canada. He is a large, portly
man of distinguished bearing, and, as his
color at once proclaims his race, he prob
ably attracts more attention than all the
other delegates combined.
The lodge met Tuesday at the First M. E.
Church, and the session will continue tor
about two weeks. One of the first actions
taken was that of expressing their sympathy
and wishing success "to the Pennsylvania
brethren in their conflict with the liquor
traffic" The chief subject of their deliber
ations so far has been the establishment and
regulation of "Juvenile Temples" for the
Besides the usual exercises incident to
Memorial Day, it was celebrated in this city
by the unveiling of the great bronze police
man who stands guard over the spot where
bo many of Chicago's police were killed by
the Anarchist bomb Hay 4, 1886. The
statue is about nine feet high and stands
upon a pedestal 12 feet high, making the
total height of the monument about 21 feet.
A COirStEMOEAMTE STATUS.
It was put in position on the 4th of the
month just three years after the riot As
commemorating the triumph of order over
anarchy, it has long been the object of the
bitter hatred of the Anarchists, and from
some obscure hints dropped by the few still
holding that doctrine in this city, it was
feared by some that a dynamite bomb would
demolish it before ever it was unveiled to
the public It was safely dedicated, how
ever, and, despite the day being one of the
worst of tbe year, cold with a rain drizzling
down that every now and then turned to
snow, a large crowd stood shivering under
their umbrellas to watch the ceremony.
The inscription on the pedestal is doubt
less intended as an admonition to Anarchists
and others of thst class: "In the name of
the people of Illinois I command peace."
A CHICAGO VICTIM.
In spite of the self-asserted shrewdness of
the Chicago man, a resident of this city, and
a lawyer at that, was recently victimized in a
way that wonld have been a disgrace to the
ordinary farmer. He traded improved Chi
cago property, worth $65,000, for a' Texas
rancn, "said to be worth $84,000," and when
he went to see it found it & barren tract of
land worth about $15,000, but covered and
overlapped by a mortgage for $16,000.
As the trade was made absolutely, and
not subject to approval, the victim in the
transaction has taken the matter into the
courts as the only way to recover his lost
Do Yon Know Old Brown
"Windsor Soap? The only imported one is
J. & E. Atkinson's. Outlived them all.
The oldest and best of soaps. su
Just received from the Anheuser Bnscb
St. Ironis Brewery, a fresh supply of their
celebrated Budweiser Beer, in both quarts
and pints. For sale at G. "W. Schmidt's,
Xbs. 95 and 97 Fifth avc, city.
La Perla del Fnmnr.
These celebrated clear Havana Key "West
Cigars are for sale at
Hotel Duquesne, Hotel Anderson,
St. Charles Hotel, Albemarle Hotel,
Union Depot Restaurant,
John Lanier, 3799 Fifth ave.,
Peter A. Ganster, 3S and 37 Frankstown
John F. Ganster, 27 Frankstown aye.,
Peter Weber, 76 wylie ave.,
John C. Stroup. 25 Union st,
E. "W. Hagan, 609 Smithfield st,
Neville Bayley, 405 Smithfield St.,
J. K. "Dnrr, 400 Market sL,
P. C. Dufiy, 540 Grant st,
G. "W. Schmidt, 2Tos. 95 and 97 Fifth avc
Henry Terheyden, tbe Jeweler, of 330
Has just received a fresh invoice of those
beautiful onvx clocks. There are also a
few of those diamonds advertised last week
which remain over that he will close out at
a positive bargain. Those who contemplate
making purchases in the jewelry line would
do well to call and see his large and varied
stock of goods and extremely low prices.
PAYING $100,000 IN BONDS.
The ntoDongafaela Narlentlon Company
Commenced It Teiterday 8180,800
Dne of Those limed by the Corporation.
One hundred bonds of the Honongahela
Navigation Company, aggregating $100,000,
come due July 1, and payment of the same
commenced yesterday, to continue until
July 1, with the interest to that date. The
above payment will leave $200,000 yet
outstanding, the greater share of which will
not come dne for some years.
Mr. W. Bakewell, Treasurer of the com
pany, said yesterday that no appeal had
been decided on yet from the Government's
action in regard to the condemnation of the
locks. He intimated that the company was
waiting the further action of the Govern
ment, but at present would not do anything.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. JTCW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTWCMENTS. gt
' . ' '
What the Public Iriltcs.
"Whitmyre & Co. arc meeting with an
amount of success that daily increases in
their efforts to legitimately introduce and
advertise the "Iron City Brand" of flour.
The large amount now sold shows, beyond a
doubt, that the best-selling brands carry
their advertisement with their use. "Iron
City Brand" has come to stay and the pub
lic takes kindly to that class of goods which
shows for itself what it is made of and how
a trial brings out its excellencies.
J. H. Johnston's gun store removed to
706 Smithfield street.
Hundreds of babies photographed last
week, tree of charge, -by Hendricks & Co.,
68 Federal street, Allegheny; fine work;
I AM selling a fine Key "West Havana
cigar 5 for 25c; also a Havana Coquetas at
the same price w m. j . .Friday,
WFStt 633 Smitbtield street.
Straw Hat Bleacher.
Wo have now over 200 styles of the latest de
signs in Ladies' Headgear. Tbe now English
Flat Turban, English High Tapering Crown
Walking Hat; very neat Bonnets for young
Ladies; the comfortable full Bonnet for Grand
ma, and all the best turned up Brim Hats tor
Ladies and Misses. For the Little Ones, we
have many good shapes, Firefly, Effle. Sadie,
Neva, etc: and our Specialty Grabowsky's own
make Sailors. Our Sailor has been tried to
copy by different parties, but they never cot
This powder never varies. A marvel ot pur
ity, strength and wholesomeness. More eco
nomical than the ordinary kin ds, and cannot
be sold in competition with the multitude of
ow est, short weight, alum or phosphate pow
ders. Sold only in cam. ROYAL BAKING
POWDEK CO, 108 Wall St, N. Y.
Ladies hunt up your old fashioned Hat and
Flumes, select of our styles and you will be
pleased; all work intrusted tons will be re
turned within one week. Oar large factory and
new machinery with, skilled labor only, will
allow this promise. Always get your worK
done uy a mecnanic
707 Penn avenue, opp. Penn Building.
Delicacies in Season.
Lemon Juice 50o per hot.
Fruit Syrups,all kinds..25o and 50o " '
Baspberry Vinegar. . . . .45c and 75o " "
Imported Ginger Ale... ,$100perdoz.
Domestic Ginger Ale... 90o " "
Boot Beer Extract 25operbot.
Birch Beer. $150perdoz.
Graps Sherbet.... '..... EOcperbot.
Lime Fruit Juice 50c and 75o " "
THE BEST DINNER GIVER.
All American and European Patented Eye
Glass and Spectacle frames, with glasses of
superior quality, perfectly adjusted to the
A complete stock of Optical and Mathematical
Instruments, Medical Batteries, Photographic
Cameras. The largest and best assortment of
Artificial Eyes, at
NO. 50 FIFTH AVENUE,
NEAlt WOOD STREET.
Tel enhone No. 1686. my26 68
Morphine ana WhUty Ilablti pain
lessly cured. Treatment tent on Hal
free. Confidentially address II. L.
URaMF.H, Sec, Eoxd Ulijttf, lad.
For years George W. Chiids has had the en
viable reputation of giving the best dinners of
any man In this country. Ho has, to begin
with, a magnificent dining room. His butler is
a model. His chef is a king of the kitchen.and
well he might be, for Mr. Chiids pays him 88,000
per year for his services. The servants are
models. The table is always set in perfect
taste. Tho snowiest ot linen covers tbe solid
mahogany. The silver is the finest that can be
purchased. The floral decorations are usually
simple but effective. The china and cut glass
ware are the best that money can purchase.
Tbe food 13 the best that tbe market affords.
Every dish is served properly. The servants do
notrnn amnckof each other. They never utter
a word from the time dinner is served until the
guests depart. The butler keeps his hawk-like
eyes on everything. One's place is not cluttered
up with wine glasses, salt cellars, flowers,
knives, forks and spoons. The rosiest and best
of wine is served. Everything mores like
clockwork. A dinner with George W. Chiids
is an event of a lifetime.
There are a score of families In New York
and Newport that give large dinners. The
Vanderbllts entertain on a princely scale. The
Astorsgive numerous dinners daring the sea
son. Unlike the Vanderbllts, there is less dis
play of silverware, bat the Astor dinners are
famous for elegance and good taste. One of
the handsomest fall dinner sets in this country
is owned by the Astor family. It was purchased
a good many years ago by John Jacob Astor.
It is of French china and consists of 200 pieces.
The decoration is simple bnt extremelv hand.
some, consisting of a border of bine, edged
with gold. The bine is that turquoise shade
which is very difficult to produce,! rom its great
tendency to crack. The set cost $5,000, and
would sell for five times that sum now. Mrs.
Hicks Lord owns very valuable china and sil
verware. She has a tea set of solid gold. The
famous and still beautiful widow gives elab
orate dinners, but she is more famous for her
teas. She is worth several million dollars, and
dtvides her time between this country and
For other notes of interest send for our
Housekeepers' Guide, mailed free to any address.
ThevChewers of OLD HONESTY
TOBACCO will soon find that It
lasts longer, tastes sweeter than
other tobacco, and will please you. '
Ask your dealer for It and insist
on getting it.
Genuine has a red H tin tag on
THE NE W SHAPES
Has introduced this spring have proven a
I X1X1UJJ11UU vv UVlli
SELECT FAMILY' GEOCEBS,
18 DIAMOND,' Market Square,
J. DIAMOND, Optician,
S3 Sixth. Street, rittsljurs.
Spectacles and Eyeglasses correctly adjusted
.v wi.,j ucicvb ui oiguL. r iem ana upera
Glasses, Telescopes, Microscopes, Barometers,
ARTIFICIAL EYES made to order
JlTlli Warrantor! Alnroira .it Tianrl a
large and complete stock. jafJ-rrssu
55 NINTH ST.
Side view of NewDerby.
$1 SO, $1 90, $2 20, $2 40, $2 90
There Is always some risk of failure In offer
ing new shades, as the prejudice of the pnbllo
to anything not conventional is quite deep
rooted. But. thanks to our good indgment, we
have been remarkably successful with the
above stylish colors. And lastly so; for they
are not loud, nor yet insipid, bnt varying from
the popular colden brown to tbe handsome tan
color. You have three advantages in bnvinir
our new Summer Derby. Firstly, they will
not soil; secondly, they match the prevailing
fashion of clothing to a nicety, and thirdly,
tucjr iriw uo wwu miui u ia tae iaii. ion
need a hat, therefore, make no mistake, but
come direct to
The Hatter and Furnisher,
421 AND 423 SMITHFIELD ST.
Mail Orders Promptly Filled. je2-wrsu
DO YOU INTEND
The Pittsburg Building
Plan Co., Architects, 96
Fourth avenue, prepare
plans and specifications
and superintend erection
of dwellings at lowest
rates consistent with
good service. Estimates
S WHIT OFTEN HflpPENSr
when induced to buy cheap,
trashy goods from houses
that are unreliable.
CALL' THIS WEEK
ousehold Credit k
405 "Wood. s"b-
And see the substantial
For $10, $4 Down, $.'per
Week for Balance.
SEVENTY-THREE BED LOUNGES
PHOTOGRAPHER, 18 SIXTH STREET.
A fine, large crayon portrait $3 60; see them
before ordering elsewhere. Cabinets, $2 and
J2 60 per dozen. PROMPT DELIVESY.
For Bilious and Nervous Disorders, such as Wind and Pain in the Stomach, Sick
Headame, uiuoiness, if ulness, and Swelling after Meals, Dizziness and Drowsiness,
Cold Chills, Flashings of Heat, Loss of Appetite, Shortness of Breath, Costlveness,
Scarry, Blotches on the Skin, Disturbed Sleep, Frightful Dreams, and all Nervous
and Trembling Sensations, &e. THE FIRST DOSE WILL GIVE BELIEF IN TWEHTI
MINUTES. This is no fiction. Every sufferer is earnestly invited to tor ono Box of these Pills,
and they will be acknowledged to he a Wonderful Mtdlelne. "Worth a guinea abox."
BEXCHAiTS PILLS, taken as directed, will quickly restore females to complete health. For a
WEAK STOMACH; IMPAIRED DIGESTION; DISORDERED LIVER;
ACT LIKE MAGIC: a etc doewiUwoi wonders mxm tho Vital OTRans,Streneth-
ic the muscular System: restorinsc lone-lost Complexion: brinirine back the keen edire of
appetite, and arousing with the BOSEBDD OF HEALTH the wtule physical energy of the
human frame. Thsse are racts " admitted Dy tnousanas, in ail classes or society, and one or tne
best guarantees to the Nervous and Debilitated is that BEICHIH'S FILLS EATS TBS LA23E3I SA13
07 AMI PATENT UEIICISE IK TH3 WOSLS. Full directions with each Box.
Prepared only by THOS. BEECHAM, St. Helen, Lancashire, England.
Sold by Druggists generally. B. F. AIXEN & CO., 3G5 and 367 Canal St., New York.
Sole Agents for the United States, toto inquire first), if your druggist does not keep them,
WILL MAIL BEECHAM'S PILLS ON RECEIPT OF PRICE, 25 CERTS A BOX.
C AlPyy " T'f VTf. ,1ft
Manufactured by us and guaranteed to be perfectly reliable, will be
sold t.hla week for the nominal price of
$10. $4 Down, $1 per Week for Balance $10.
LOOK AT OUR PRICES:
$4 for 40 yards genuine Chinese Matting.
$10 for a veneered panel Wardrobe. .
$22 for 7 pieces of reliable Bed Room Furniture.
$40 for 7 pieces upholstered Parlor Furniture.
$10 for 20 yards of latest style Ingrain Carpet.
CASH on? OIE&IEIDIT.
HOUSEHOLD CREDIT CO.
405 "Wood. S-tn?ee-b-
ACKNOWLEDGED CHAMPIONS OF LOW PRICES
lor Dress and
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HANAN & SON'S SHOES
Are the best made in this country, and many men send East for them,
thinking, perhaps, that they're not to be had in Pittsburg. We are, how
ever, sole agents in this city for Hanan & Son's Shoes, as the following
letter plainly shows:
New York, May 221889.
Messrs. J. jatjfmann & jjros., Pittsburg, r"a.:
Gentlemen This is to certify that you are the Sole Agents for
the sale of our orand or goods in nttsDurg and Allegheny.
Yours truly, HANAN & SON.
We are now displaying a full assortment of these woaderfully popu
lar and admitted-to-be Finest Shoes, in all styles and afll widths, and're
prepared to fit any shaped foot comfortably and fashionably.
In order to introduce these superior Shoes to all who wear "the
best, you know," we will sell them at popular prices:
4, $5, 6149. '
Gentlemen when you start out to buy Shoes, J kindly bear this fact
in mind: We not only keep the finest Men's Shoes in Pittsburg, but the
only complete and comprehensive Shoe stock in thfis city.
BARGAINS IN BOYS' CLOTHING
that have the ring of the true metal Kilt, Sailojr and Jersey Suits, short
and long-pant Suits, single Pants and Waists at unexampled low prices.
"AHIT, A VERY PALPABLE HIT."
. Men's Department Crowded From Early
Mom Till Dewy Em
PRICES THAT WORK WONDERS! INDUCEMENTS THAT ARE IRRESISTIBLE !
OUR GMT X 51, Mai I1HI SALES,
WHICH ARE THE CAUSE OF ALL THE EXCITEMENT AND COMMOTION, WILL BE
CONTINUED FOR THE NEXT THREE DAYS,
at the expiration of which every one of these Suits will undoubtedly be in the hands of the consumer. Let
there be no delayj therefore, on your part, if you intend to get one of these suits. With all sincer ity and
earnestness we say and believe that they are the best bargains ever offered by us. Had we not chanced to
close them out from ,the manufacturers at away below their intrinsic value, it would not have been within the
range of possibility for us to offer them at the prices we now do. Read the detailed account below:
THIS PRICE WILL TAKE CHOICE
from a large line of handsome light and dark
Cheviot and Cassimere Suits, in plaids, checks,
narrow stripes, mixtures, etc. In point of quality, workmanship, fit and finish these suits are fully equal to any
offered by competing houses at $10, $11 and $12. They are cut in sacks and cutaway frocks, and will please
everybody who wants a good and stylish suit for very little money.
THIS PRICE WILL TAKE CHOICE
from an immense variety of patterns and colors plaids, stripes,
overplaids, checks, pinchecks, mixtures and all sorts of Cheviots.
Every Suit in the line is guaranteed to be strictly all-wool and tailor-made. Wish you would compare them
with those offered elsewhere at $16, 17 and 18, very well knowing that you will consider-ours the best
THIS PRICE WILL TAKE CHOICE
from exquisite Dress Suits, in Cheviots, Cassmeres, Stripes, Checks,
Corkscrews, Worsteds, etc., in every style of sack, frock and cutaway,
imported serges, wales, etc. Indeed, the assortment is superb, and'll make the merchant tailors as mad as
"march hares." Everybody is welcome to look at these excellent garments, without being under the slightest
obligation to buy.
FOR ONE DAY ONLY !
To-Morrow! To-Morrow! To-Morrow!
MEN'S FINE, LIGHT
WORTH $2 50 AND
$3, FOR ONLY
t J J
. mvii I ij i&tt FniiJiilitllrc
They come in the very latest
shades, viz: tan, oak, tobacco,
nutria, cinnamon, russet nut, eta,
and are from the latest spring and
summer blocks of the most cele
brated manufacturers. We closed
them out last week at about half
their intrinsic value, and are selling
them to you on the same basis.
These are fine Fur Hats, and, if
boughf in the regular way, could
not be sold below $2 50. Come
to-morrow, if you want them at
the unequalcd low price of $1 48.
FINEST HALF HOSE,
For $1 13,
Worth 40c a pair.
An invoice of English Hosiery
reached our store yesterday, and,
although both fine and handsome,
we're going to sell it'awful cheap."
They come in stripes, solid colors
and very fashionable effects just
out Double toe and heel, fast
colors and the best wearing hose
We'll also place on sale in the
morning a limited quantity of gen
uine German Hosiery, in fancy
striped, lisle thread and fast colors"
in black balbriggan. Best values
ever offered in Hosiery at 6 pairs
for 1 13.
Note. Our Black Hosiery is
warranted fast black or money refunded.
BSy: IFnniisliDE Goofls Den'M
STRAW HATS !
The prettiest, finest and most popular styles, at prices that no dealer
-tii- 1 -$&&wa- hj& . .. JSiititat,