Pittsburg dispatch. (Pittsburg [Pa.]) 1880-1923, June 15, 1889, SECOND PART, Page 10, Image 10

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FULIOF ADYENTUKE.
Checkered Career of Alexander Sul
livan, Kow Accused of the
ASSASSINATION OP DR. CRONIN.
He Has Already Been on Trial Twice on a
Charge of Murder.
AX ACTIVE AND AMBITIOUS SCHEMER
Alexander Sullivan's career is studded
with startling incident. A small merchant,
he.was accused and acquitted of arson. A
politician, he has figured in every camp,
holding some offices, seeking others, and as
suming to act as a local "Warwick, now ia
one party, nowvin another. Reduced to fis
cal straits, he scheduled as a bankrupt, and
when relieved by the easy process once in
vogue of all legal obligation to discharge
enumerated debts, he surprised his creditors
by payment in full with a high rate of in
terest In the Territories, as in Chicago; he had
received and returned bodily menace.
He has exchanged shots. Thirteen years
ago in Chicago he killed a school teacher.
Twice tried he was finally acquitted of
murder. Perseverance and audacity
marked his subsequent career, and his ad
dress cannot be better illustrated than by
the statement that in the office of that jour
nal which denounced aim with unsparing
vigor and bitterness and extended its anim
adversions to every one connected nearlv or
remotely with his defense he became a
rained counselor.
Even looking at it as a justifiable killing
Hanford's murder would have daunted the
perpetrator had he a weaker nature than
Sullivan. He faced popular indignation
with grim but quiet resolve and had the
satisfaction of finding himself courted where
he had been condemned and sought where
he had been repelled. Had Blaine suc
ceeded in 1884 Sullivan's success would
have been complete.
A2T A3IBITI0TJS HAS.
Having method, industry, thoroughness
'and persistence, Sullivan, once embarked on
the career of an Irish Rationalist, readily
reached the first place. To gain leadership
was not a difficult task to the possessor of
ambition guided by an intelligence un
swayed by the emotions. Opposition gave
way before a man who wasted no time in
thrasonical barroom discussions, but, study
ing men and situations, worked while others
slept In the open he supported Parnell
and constitutional agitation. Under the
cover of a secret society he was one of a
"triangle" preaching and practicing physi
cal force.
Never wholly without enemies, accusers
and detractors he attained, nevertheless,
higher distinction and broader influence
than any assumed leader ot the Irish in
America ever commanded. Irishmen who
would not join a secret society and abhorred
the use of dynamite applauded him as one
who implicitly accepted the leadership of
Parnell, while the clansmen rejoiced in the
knowledge that at the head- of the Irish
League was a dynamiter who had taken the
oath of the brotherhood and as one of its
directing minds was projecting mysterious
expeditions against England.
Sooner or later factional differences char
acterized all Irish organization. Large
sums of money raised by the secret societies
were 60 mysteriously disbursed as to excite
comment which led to accusation. Sulli
van's influence commenced to decline. The
League had followed him in American
politics and met disaster, buteven if he were
Alexander the successful and the just the
Irish would have wearied of him as the
Athenians weaiied of Aristides. Some in
ciarcts in Sullivan's life, his known specu
lations on the Stock Exchange and in the
wheat pit, his lavish use of money in many
directions, gave color to the whisperings
against his fiscal honor.
ckoxin's enmity.
Chief among those who challenged his in
tegrity was Dr. Patrick H. Cronin. Sulli
van is a bitter and implacable foe. His an
imosity was aroused. He appeared per
sonally to persecute Cronin as a traitor to
his oath as a clansman, and procured his
expulsion from the society. But resolute
and persistent as himself, Cronin, organiz
ing factional cSmps, continued his charges
against the "triangle" of vthich Sullivan
had been the controlling force.
A 'union of the divergent camps was
effected, and Cronin was once again a clans
man. Persecuted by Sullivan the time
came when, despite the hitter protest of the
accused, Cronin sat as a juror on the trial of
Sullivan. Though in the minority, he held
to the truthfulness of his charges, and was
perhaps stimulated by the disclosures made
because of the failure of the Traders' Bank.
The august meeting of the brotherhood was
to be perturbed anew by the scandal, for
Cronin resisted all pressure to cease and
stood ready to renew the combat which he
feared would cost him his life.
Alexander Sullivan lies in jail under the
iieavy accusation of having been a princi
pal, an accessory, or of having guilty
knowledge of the murder of Dr. Cronin.
The crime is hideous, revolting. Against
the deep damnation of Cronin's taking off,
accomplished as it was in secret by assassins
and as the result of a horrible conspiracy,
planned and persisted in with devilish in
genuity and firmness of purpose, the killing
of Hanford, done in open'day in hot blood
and under circumstances suggestive of self
defense, seems a trivial offense.
A HOEEIBLE CEIME.
Coughlin was possibly a shallow knave,
the iceman a fanatic, Woodruff a cheap
mercenary, but the intelligence that planned;
the hatred that persisted; the craft that in
spired was, if the Coroner's jury is right,
the intelligence, the hatred, the craft of
Alexander Sullivan. The very enormity of,
the crime and its horrible circumstances
stagger belief that Sullivan, who had
everything to lose by discovery and
nothing much to gain by accomplishment,
as the awful malignant this accusation
would make him out.
That any man of even ordinary repute,
lappily married, comfortably circum
stanced, middle-aged, well acquainted with
the sweeping character of the conspiracy
law in Illinois, would deliberately incur
the possibility of swift and ignominious
death on the gallows and the pains of an
eternity of torment, leaving a name in
famous and accursed, is a monstrous suppo
sition not to be accepted unless upon proofs.
Happily the time-honored and wisely cher
ished maxim of the common law that an
accused is innocent until his guilt is proved
holds in our courts if it does not always
guide popular expression.
It remains for the State to prove its case.
It remains for the State to prove its case be
iore a petit jury with all the limitations
upon testimony required bycourts of record.
It remains for the State legally to prove its
case with the accused at the bar fighting for
their lives. There ought to be but one
sentiment in the public mind, the sentiment
of complete fairness expressed in the
phrase, Let justice be done! Chicago
Times.
An Unpremeditated Bnlb.
It was in some river in this vicinity, some say
the Allegheny and others the Monongaheli,
that N. S. "Wood, who plays the ".Boy Detec
tive," Mr. Stansill, manager, and, a young man
ot the Sonthside named Under, took a -moonlight
skiff ride. Various reasons are also as
signed for the npset of the skiff. It upset
though beyond doubt, and nit were wllr wet,
and as Mr. Btansill could not swim be came
near swamping his companions.
He Foncht Nobly But Was Robbed.
John Fordyce, while taking a moonlight
stroll on Fourth avenue, HcKeeiport, was
robbed, but not before he had knocked one of
his assailants silly. The footpad wasn't so
hurt, unfortunately, but that be escaped with
Us companions.
A HINT TO TURNPIKE COMPARES. t
The First Cnse Which Requires Toll Boad i
Supervision Other Coart News.
W. S. Patterson.'Esq., has submitted his re
port as master m the matter of the condemna
tion of the Bobbstown and Mt Pleasant road.
The road runs along the line between Allegheny
and Westmoreland counties, and about seven
miles of it are in this county. It was main
tained by the Robbstown and Mt. Pleasant
Boad Company, a chartered company, and tolls
w ere collected. A petition was filed asking for
a jury of views and a master to condemn tho
road and have if opened as a pnblic road, the
charge being made that the companv neglected
to keep it in a proper condition. The master,
in his report, recommends the condemnation.
The Grand Jury returned a true bill against
Maggie Welsh, alias Scott, for murder. Miss
Welsh, who claimed to have been married to a
man named Scott, is charged with the murder
of h er infant child about a month ago. Other
true hills were: Maggie Bovle, James Hicken
botton, Lucinda Lacey, Arthur Kellen, Patrick
Lamb, E. Peters, Charles Schreider, assault
and battery; Thomas Mooney, felonious as
sault: Sye Gye, ,- , John Beckett
Jr., William Reed, , etc.
The People's Natural Gas Company entered
suit against George A. Simpson. It is claimed
that Simpson, for months, used the company's
gas in his house, obtaining it clandestinely, and
$200 is a'&ed for tho gas used, which amounted
to oO.OOO cubic feet.
In the Criminal Court, J. A. Billeter was ac
quitted of the charge of forcible entry and
detainer.
James and Mary McQilL Thomas Davis. Sr.,
Thomas Davis, Jr., and Samuel and Maggie
Davis are on trial for larceny. They are
charged by Officer Rhall. of tbePittsburg and
Western Railroad, with hreakrnginto a freight
car and stealing about S70O worth of clothing,
carpets, umbrellas, etc.
Mrs. Susanna Jihrstein filed her answer to
the second suit for divorce instituted by her
husband, Joseph Ehrsteinv the Penn avenue
druggist. She states that the first case is still
pending, never having been disposed of, and
consequently that the caso cannut be enter
tained. She also denies the infidelity of which
she is accused.
A. J. Barton. Esq , was appointed commis
sioner in the divorce case of Henry H. Arnold
against Selena Arnold.
bamuel Beven entered snit against M. B.
Suydam & Co., white lead and paint manufac
turers, of Allegheny, for S10.0J0 damages.
Beven was employed at the works and had his
leg and two ribs broken by the fall of an ele
vator. The accident, he claims, was due to the
negligence of the firm in not keeping the ele
vator in a safe condition.
Charles P. Hillroan, of Allegbenv, entered
suit against John B. Hauggy for So.000 dam
ages. He claims that manure and drainage
were washed from Hauggy's grounds into his
house, greatly damaging his property.
To-day's trial list in the Criminal Court
Commonwealth vs M. Burke et al, Lewis
Bucaullne, Grant Miller, alias White. Robert
J. Mathews. Thomas Richards, James Powell.
END OF A C0XTR0YEEST.
Contract Let for n Pnrochinl School Balld
Ins in the First Wnrd.
The end of the famons First ward school
fight has come after many months, during
which the subject of Roman Catholic parochial
school occupation of pnblic school property
furnished the grounds for a bitter contest
waged between the citizens of the First ward
and the Romanist population led by Father
Morgan M. Sbeedy. The contract oiling for
the immediate erection of tho new Catholic
parish school building at No. 216 Penn avenue
will be signpd this morning by Father Sheedy
and a well-known contractor. The building is
to be 50x100, three stories and a basement, with
steam-heating appointments, and the under
stood price is $12,000. On the third floor there
ill be a hall holding 500 persons, and the six
school rooms will accommodate 350 children.
All the appointments will be first class, and the
building must positively be ready for use by
the first of September.
Father Sheedy said yesterday when seen by
a Dispatch representative: "Yes, 1 suppose
this ends the sectarian war, which at one time
bade fair to be an engrossing topic for the
community at large. I was unable to convince
the citizens who were fighting our occupancy
of part of the First ward school, that our ar
rangement was singly and entirely temporary,
and that e did not intend any permanent en
croachment upon the rights of our fellow-citizens
of other religious beliefs. We have kept
our word in regard to the erection of our own
building at as early a date as possible. And we
shall feel much obliged to anyone who desires
to help us along in the erection of the build
ing, as a building of that class cannot fail to
aid in the great task of purifying the First
ward. For my part I think the row is now
ended."
An unsuccessful effort was made to see Mr.
Baldwin, attorney of the Citizens' Committee,
which engaged him to take legal measures
looking to the enforced vacation of the school
building by the Catholic .school. From what
Mr. Baldwin said several weeks since to are
porter, it is to be presumed that there will be
no further legal proceedings in the case as the
cause of offer.se is remoed.
The occupation of the First ward school
property bj a sectarian school aroused a great
amount of public feeling during last August
and September. Meetings were Theld at which
bitter opposition to the action of the school
directors in allowing Father Sheedy to use part
of.the building, was developed, liong telegrams
were sent to Governor Beaver and other State
officials and for a time it looked as if a riot
might take place. The Dispatch published
exclusively an interview with Cardinal Gib
bons, in which His Eminence expressly depre
cated any attempt of the Romish Church to
encroach upon pnblic "property, and although
the matter has quieted down it has sot been
forgotten by any manner of means.
Italians Will Wrsliip Separately.
The Italians of this city will soon have a
Catholic church of their own. The gentlemen
selected to organize ' a parish are Joseph C.
Cnneo, President; Frank Bonistalli,Vice Presi
dent: Joseph Panalla, Secretary; P. Monteverde,
Treasurer; Executive Committee, Joseph
Cuneo, F. Bonistalli, Joseph Matella, Peter
Bicagalopo, Felici Napolitano, G. Sgnaigo, P.
Debe, C. Gambogi. These gentlemen are au
thorized to collect subscriptions, and have
already secured over $2,000, and several
churches will aid them. The new church will
be in the jurisdiction of the Pittsburg Catholic
diocese.
They Did Themselves Proud.
The graduating class at Sharpsburg High
School commencement numbered 11. Prof.W.
T, Noss and Assistant Principal Miss Sleigh
enjoyed the high degree of proficiency exhib
ited by the graduates. The exercises were held
in the Presbyterian Church and were largely at
tended. Each member read an essay. Miss May
Robinson sang a solo. Hisses Van Asdale and
Williams a duet, and the class sang "Evening
Bells." ,
Funeral of O. H. Farley.
Oliver H. Farley was buried yesterday. The
f unenl services were held at the residence of
his father, J. P. Farley, Emsworth. A large
number of his friends were present, including
many railroad and business men. The services
were very impressive and the floral tributes
were beautiful. The remains were interred in
the Bellevuo cemetery. Newspaper men acted
as pall bearers.
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Will bo a Fine One
The six-story building to be erected on the
site ot the Marine National Bank, at the cor
ner of Third avenne and Smithfield street, will
greatlv improve the appearance of that local
ity. The intention is to hare it completed by
the middle of September.
They Were Not Fannd II ere,
William Varner, of Johnstown, made in
quiry at Municipal Hall yesterday for Allie,
Ada and Sadie Virner, of Cambria City, whom
he had heard were in this city. The inquiry
was fruitless.
Because
The ripest and choicest cocoa
beans cost money, and because in
the manufacture of
Blooker's Dutch Cocoa f
there is ryj adulteration, it costs
one dollar per pound. Notwith
standing this, it goes further than
any other cocoa so-called on the
market,for the strength and sub
stance of many . others is adulte
rated with arrow-root, starch,
vanilla or sugar. A one-pound tin
of Blooker's Dutch Cocoa will
make 150 cups of most delicious
"beverage. Try it and see.
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GEO. K. STEVENSON A CO., AGENTa
THE '
AN AKCHITECT'S IEW.
Interview With Mr. J. 6. Frazier, of
the East End.
HE GIVES HIS EXPERIENCE.
Tor many reasons it was a notable inter
view that the writer had with Mr. John G.
Frazier, the architect. In the first place
Mr. Frazier is well known in Pittsburg and
'Allegheny. He was for many years a resi
dent of Allegheny, and is now and has been
for some time living at 5710 Kirkwood
street, Pittsburg. Mr. Frazier is the archi
tect in charge of that mammoth building
enterprise of Messrs. Flynn, McGee and
Stewart, in erecting a hundred brick houses
at the corner of Stanton and Naylor avenues.
So, as stated, he is well known at the East
End, where he now lives, as well as"in Al
legheny, his former home. The interview is
notable in the second place ior the remark
able experience it describes. Mr. Frazler's
fast-failing health had convinced him and
his friends that he would have to give up
entirely the duties which engaged him.
"You see," he explained, ''I was steadily
and constantly losing in flesh and strength.
In a few months I had fallen away over 25
pounds. My appetite failed me I conld
get no sleep. I was unfit for work, unfit for
everything. In the morning I would getup
ieeling more tired and miserable than when
I went to bed at night. I dreaded the
slightest exertion; didn't feel like seeing or
talking to anybody. I was nervous, weak,
irritable and despondent just managed to
2Ir. John O. Frazier, 5710 Ktrkwood Street.
drag myself through my work that was
all. It seemed as if I did not have strength
or ambition enough to live
"How did it come on? Well, that is a
long story. It is fonr or five years since it
begun. It seemed to commence with a cold,
or rather a succession of colds. My head
got to be continually affected. My eyes be
gan to trouble me. At last I realized that I
was getting deaf. For over three months I
could hardly hear anything at all. My eyes
became dim and watery. They grew so weak
that I could hardly see to read and had to
wear glasses.
"For two years or more I realized that
this catarrhal trouble was extending, and it
has been within the last two years that I
begun to experience its constitutional efiect
and could see, as my frie'hds could, that I
was fast going down. For eighteen months
at least I suffered from continual pains ia
the head sometimes they were dnll pains
over the eyes, sometimes sharp pains in the
back part of my head.
"My appetite and sleep were gone. I
lost flesh, as I have said. There was diffi
culty in breathing, and a sense of weight
and oppression on my chest What little I
did eat did not seem to agree with me. My
stomach would feel as if it was overloaded
as if there was a weight on it. The sense
of taste and smell seemed to be cone. I was
so weak I could hardly get around. My muscles
felt as if they had wasted away,
'Try to get help? I tried everything and
everybody, but all to no purpose. I kept
steadily getting weaker and worse. I had re3d
in the papers of the work that was being dune
by Drs. Copeland & Blair. I went to see them.
Their charges seemed to me to be merely nom
inal, they were so low. I placed myself under
their care.
"Well, in the first three weeks I gained six
pounds in flesh. I improved steadily. My ap
petite returned. I got sound, refreshing nights
of sleep, and woke up in the morning feeling
rested and strong. My hearing was entirely
restored. My ejes became strong again and I
have laid away my glasses, having no further
use for them. I feel now strong and well, like
another man, and am very grateful to the doc
tors for my restoration. I make this statement
because I think I ought to make it, fori firmly
believe. they are doing good."
Publishing Names.
A word of remark may not be out of place
regarding the publishing ot the names
of patients treated and cured. t While
such publication is made each week
in tbe daily papers, and the name and ad
dress of the patient given, so that the state,
ment can be easily verified and substanti
ated by anyone, it should be sand that all
such statements are entirely voluntary.
"'I should like to be treated," a lady re
marked the other dav, "but I would not
like to have my name in the paper." Let
it be stated that Drs. Copeland & Blair
never publish a name or statement without
the full and free consent of the patient, nor
do they publish one hundredth part of
the testimonials, letters and statements re
ceived by them from grateful patients. As ob
seived, tbe statements given are entirely volun
tary, and are given by the patients for publica
tion. Drs. Copeland fc Blair would never pub
lish the most emphatic testimonial unless the
patient giving it understood that it was to be
printed, ana gave willing consent.
When a person with a-delicate constitu
tion has a tendency to catarrh or consump
tion whether this tendency is inherited or
results from taking cold easily it is notice
able that that person invariably loses flesh
and loses strength, showing that the nutri
tion is interfered with. In such a case the
suiierer should at once be placed under in
fluences that will restore the defective
nutrition and tend to invigorate the consti
tution. It is to be remembered that in every
case the presence of catarrh is an evidence of
Eredisposition to consumption, and no matter
ow siicbt the attack may be. It should be
treated with the greatest care and the treat
ment should be continued until aU traces of the
catarrh have disappeared. If tho catarrh is
al.owed to reach tbe smallest tubes in tbe
luncs which condition -is indicated by tbe
spitting up of a yellow material then im
mediate attention to the malady is demanded,
or serious lung trouble will result.
DOCTORS
1I1IUIR
Are located permanently at
66 SIXTH AVE.,
Where they treat with success all curable cases.
Office hours 8 to 11 A. M.:2 to 5 P. M.; 7 to 9
r. it. (Sunday included).
Specialties CATARRH, and ALL DIS
EASES ot the EYE, EAR, THROAT and
LUJNUS.
Consultation, SL Address all mall to
DRS. COPELAND 4 BLAIR,
66 Sixth avc Pittsburg, Pa,
NoTAntr Local Ixdobsehevt. Tbe
practice here ot Drs. CopelaDd & Blair Is with
the expressed sanction and approval pf the
Western Pennsylvania Medical College of
Pittsburg; and the diplomas of both physicians
bear the formal written indorsement of the
Dean and faculty Of that institution.. Jo7
'PITTSBURG DISPATCH,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
ELECTION NOTICE
PROCLAMATION.
Whereas, Two joint resolutions propos
ing two separate amendments to the Consti
tution of this Commonwealth hav,e been
agreed to by a majority of the members
elected to each House of the Legislature at
two successive sessions. The first of said
amendments being as follows:
AMENDMENT.
There shall be an additional article to said
Constitution, to be designated as Article
Nineteenth, as follows:
AKTICLE NnTETBENTH.
The manufacture, sale, or keeping for
sale, of intoxicating liquor, to he used as a
beverage, is hereby prohibited, and any vi
olation of this prohibition shall be a misde
meanor, punishable as shall be provided by
law. The manufacture, sale, or keeping for
sale, of intoxicating iiquor for other pur
poses than as a beverage may be allowed in
such manner only as may be prescribed by
law. The General Assembly shall, at the
first session succeeding the adoption of this
article of the Constitulion, enact laws,
with adequate penifltieSj for its enforcement.
The second thereof being as follows:
AMENDMENT.
Strike out from section one of article
eight the four qualifications for voters,
which read as follows: If 22 years of age
or upward, he shall have paid within two
years a State or county tax, which shall
have been assessed at least two months, and
paid at least one month before the election,
so that the section which reads as follows:
Every male citizen 21 years of age, possess
ing the iollowing qualifications, shall be en
titled to vote at all elections.
First He shall have been a citizen of the
United States at least one month.
Second He shall have resided in the
State one year (or if having previously
been a qualified elector or native born citi
zen of tbe State, he shall have removed
therefrom and returned, then six months)
immediately preceding the election.
Third He shall have resided in the elec
tion district where he shall offer to vote at
least two months immediately preceding the
election.
Fourth If 22 years of age or upward, he
shall have paid, within two years, a State
or county tax, which shall have been as
sessed at least two months, and paid at least
one month, before the election, shall be
amended to read as iollows: Everv male
citizen 21 years of age, possessing the fol
lowing qualifications, shall be entitled to
vote at the polling place of the election dis
trict ot which he shall at the time be a resi
dent, and not elsewhere:
First He shall have been a resident of
the United States at least thirty (30) days.
Second He shall have resided in the
State one year (or if having previously been
a qualified elector or native born citizen of
the State, he shall have removed therefrom
and returned, then six months) immediately
preceding the election.
Third He shall have resided in the elec
tion district where he shall offer to vote at
least 30 days immediately preceding the
election. The Legislature at the session
thereof next after the adoption of this sec
tion shall, and from time to time thereafter
may, enact laws to properly enforce this pro
vision. Fourth Every male citizen of the age of
21 years, who shall have been a citizen for
30 days, and an inhabitant of this State
one year next preceding an election, except
at municipal elections, and for the last 30
days a resident of the election district in
which he may offer to vote, shall be entitled
to vote at such election in the election dis
trict of which he shall at the time be a resi
dent, and not elsewhere, for all officers that
now are or hereafter may be elected by the
people. Provided, That in time of war no
elector in the actual military service of the
State or of the United States, in the army
or navy thereof, shall be deprived of his vote
by reason of his absence from such election
district, and the Legislature shall have pow
er to provide the manner in which and the
time and place at which such absent elec
tors may vote, and for the return and can
vass of their votes in the election district in
which thev respectively reside.
Fifth For the purpose of voting, no per
son shall be deemed to have gained or lost a
residence by reason of his presence or ab
sence while employed in the service of the
United States or ot the State, nor while en
gaged in the navigation of the waters of the
State or the high seas, nor while a student
of any college or seminary of learning, nor
while kept at anyalmshouse or public insti
tution, except the inmates of any home for
disabled and indigent soldiers and sailors,
who, for the purpose of voting, shall be
deemed to reside in the election district
where said home is located. Laws shall be
made for ascertaining, by proper proof, the
citizens who shall be entitled to the right of
suffrage hereby established. And
Wjiereas, In accordance with the pro
visions of the act of the General Assembly
of Pennsylvania, approved March 8, 1889,
entitled, ''An act prescribing the time and
manner of submitting to the people, for
their approval and ratification or rejection,
proposed amendments to the Constitution,"
the governor ot the Commonwealth has
issued a writ of election directed to the
sheriff of Allegheny county, commanding
and requiring the said sheriff to give notice
in the usual manner, in not less than two
newspapers in the said county and each
city thereof, that an election will be held
according to the terms of the Constitution
and the provisions of the said act of
the General Assembly at tbe usual
place for holding general elections in
each of the 'townships, boroughs,
wards, precincts and election districts
therein on Tuesday, the 18th dav of
June, A. D. 1889, for the purpose of decid
ing upon the approval andratification or re
jection of each of the amendments. In pur
suance thereof, x, Alexander as. mcuand
less, Sheriff of the county of Allegheny, do
therefore make known and give this public
notice to the electors of said county ot Alle
gheny, that a general election will be held
in said county on Tuesday, June 18 next,
in the several election districts therein
within the hours at and within which the
general elections of the Commonwealth are
directed to be opened, held and closed, at
which time the qualified electors will assem
ble at their respective polling places here
after named, and vote by ballot upon the
adoption or rejection of said amendments.
The electors of the First ward, Pittsburg,
First district, to meet at Bees' boiler yard,
on Penn avenue, between Second and Third
streets. Second district to meet at public
scboolhouse, Second avenue. Third dis
trict to meet at No. 1 engine house, Fourth
avenue.
The electors of the Second ward, Pitts
burg, First district, to meet at Archibald
& Brothers' livery stable. 119 Third avenue.
Second district to meet at the Poor Board
office, Fourth avenue. Third district to
meet nt public school house, Diamond street.
The electors of the Third ward. Pittsburcr.
First district, to meet at Municipal Hall,
Smithfield street. Second district to meet at
public schoolhouse. Grant street.
The electors of the Fourth waid, Pitts
burg, First district, to meet at public school
bouse, Penn avenue. Second district to
meet at L. Woodson's shop, 52 Seventh ave
nue. Third district to meet at Alderman
B. McKenna's office, 263 Penn avenue.
The electors of the Fifth ward, Pittsburg,
First district, to meet at the office of Peter
Hermes, No. 208 Fifth avenue. Second dis
trict to meet at No. 41 Tunnel street. Third
district to meet at the pnblic schoolhoose,
"Webster avenue.
The electors of the Sixth ward, Pittsburg,
First district, to meet it the office of Alder
man Nolan. No 17 Forbes street. Second
district to meet at the house of Adam Erle
wein, No. 135 Forbes street. Third district
to meet at the new schoolhouse. corner
Stevenson and Forbes streets. Fourth dis-1
trict to meet in the south part- of publio
school building. Fifth district to meet at
506 Fifth avenue. Sixth district to meet at
the house of Casper Seltzman, Van Braam
and Edna streets. Seventh district to meet
at the public schoolhoufe,' Second avnue.
The electors of 'the Seventh "ward, Pjtts:
burg, First district, to meet at the house of
SATUEDAT, JUNE 15,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Frederick Pastre, No. 53 Federal street.
Second district to meet at the publio school
house. Third district to meet at the public
schoolhouse, Franklin street. Fourth, dis
trict to meet at P. J. Foley's, corner of Elm
street and Wylie avenue.
The electors of the Eighth ward, Pitts
burg. First district, to meet at the People's
Skating Kink, on Bedford avenue, near
Fulton street. Second district to meet at Al
derman John W. Bell's office, Wylie ave
nue. Third district "to meet at Club House,
Center avenne. Fourth district to meet at
No. 35 Colwell street. Fitth district to meet
at O'Eeilly & Son's livry stable, Not 71
Fulton street.
The electors of tbe Ninthward, Pitts
burg, First district, to meet at Alderman
O'Donnell's office, Penn avenue. Second
district to meet at Hemphill's foundry,
Thirteenth and Pike streets. Third district
to meet at P. Magee's, Penn avenue.
The electors of the Tenth ward, Pitts
bnrg, First district, to meet at M. Holler's,
corner Sixteenth street and Penn avenue.
Second district to meet at Gallagher's, cor
ner Nineteenth street and Penn avenue.
The electors of the Eleventh ward, Pitts
burg, First district,'to meet at the house of
G'. Eeisterer & Son, No. 521 Fifth avenue.
Second district to meet at public school
house corner Granville and Enoch streets.
Third district to meet at the housaof Daniel
Jackson, No. 245 Bedford avenue. Fourth
district to meet at the house of J. B. Vos
kamp, 386 Wylie avenue. ."Fifth district to
meet at Station hou.se, Center avenue. Sixth
district to meet at Eureka Hall, on Arthur
street.
The electors of the Twelfth ward, Pitls
burg, First district, to meet at the house of
Mrs. Julius Garber, corner of Twenty-first
street and Penn avenue. Second district to
meet at Keed & Son's office, corner Twenty
fourth street and Penn avenue. Third dis
trict to meet at paint shop of James Acor,
2602 Penn avenue. Fourth district to meet
at bouse of John Moessner, Penn avenue
and Twenty-eighth street. Fifth district to
meet at the house of Mrs. McKenzie, corner
Twenty-ninth and Smaljman streets. Sixth
district to meet at house of John Eisrich,
corner of Twenty-eighth street and Penn,
avenue.
The electors of the Thirteenth ward, Pitts
burg, First district, to meet at livery stable
of George G. Jeremy, corner Center avenue
and Concord allev. Second district to meet
at the Thirteenth Ward B. & L. Association's
office, Somers street. Third district to meet
at the public schoolhouse, Thirty-third
street. Fourth district to meet at public
schoolhouse, Center avenue. Fifth district
to meet at Alderman Patterson's office,
Kirkpatrick. street, near Wylie avenue.
The electors of the Fourteenth ward,
Pittsburg, First district, to meet at Market
House, Fifth avenue. Second district to
meet at Mrs. Hague's, Fifth avenue. Third
district to meet at No. 14 Engine house,
Neville street. Fourth district to meet at
the Bellefield public schoolhouse. Fifth
district to meet at Sobo schoolhouse. Sixth
district to meet at Soho schoolhouse. Sev
enth district to meet at frame building on
property of Mrs. L. Boyd, corner Ward
streetand Craft avenue.
The electors of the Fifteenth ward, Pitts
burg, First. district, to meet at the meat
shop, corner Thirty-third street and Penn
avenue. Second district to meet at Law
rence schoolhouse. Third district to meet
at the house of John Allen, corner Thirty
seventh and Butler Btreets. Fourth district
to meet at schoolhouse, corner Thirty
seventh and Charlotte streets.
The electors of the Sixteenth wnrd, Pitts
burg, First district, to meet at the Howard
school house. Second district to meet at
Frauenholt's, corner Thirty-ninth street and
Penn avenue. Third district to meet at
barber shop of Johr. Myers, No. 4518 Penn
avenue. Fourth district to meet at public
schoolhouse, Bloomfield. Fifth district to
meet at C. H. Blume's house, corner Liberty
and Elm streets.
The electors of the Seventeenth ward,
Pittsburg, First district, to meet at Wash
ington schoolhouse, Fortieth street. Second
district, to meet at the livery stable of M.
F. Leslie & Bro., Forty-third street, near
Butler. Third district, to meet at Gang
wich's, corner of Forty-seventh and Butler
streets. Fourth district, to meet at Bay
ard's schoolhouse, Hatfield street. Fifth
district to meet at office of S. J. Cox, corner
Forty-fourth and Lawrence streets. Sixth
district, to meet at Mrs. Dougherty's store,
corner of Forty-fourth and Grant streets.
Seventh district, to meet at A. M. Cronon
ninni's store, corner of Forty-second street
and Penn avenue.
The electors of the Eighteenth ward,
Pittsburg, First district, to meet at the liv
ery stable of Alex. Kingan. Butler street.
Second district to meet at Kauffield house,
Butler street and bridge. Third district, to
meet at the office of B. E. Mclnerney, on
Butler street.
The electors of the Nineteenth ward.
Pittsburg, First district, to meet at the pub
lio schoolhouse. Second district, to meet at
carpenter shop of John Getty, on Broad
street, between Collins and Sheridan ave
nues. Third district, to meet at kitchen of
Tracer's hotel. Fourth district, to meet at
the hpuse of A. J. Batchelor, Hiland avenne.
Fifth district to meet at the publio school
house. ' ' ,
The electors of the Twentieth ward, Pitts
burg, First district, to meet at the office of
J. B. Hyndman. Second district, to meet
at the public schoolhouse, Ellsworth ave
nue. Third district, to meet at Shakes
peare hotel. Fourth district, to meet at
Shadysi.de station. Fifth district, to meet
at public schoolhouse. Sixth district, to
meet at JamesSearight's carpenter shop on
Hiland avenne.
The electors of the Twenty-first ward,
Pittsbnrg, First district, to meet at pnblic
schoolhouse. Second district, to meet at
honseofN. Brundenstein on Lincoln ave
nne. Third district, to meet in Eoom No. 2,
pnblic schoolhouse. Fourth district, to
meet at the house of John Koenigsmen.
Fifth district, to meet at the office of James
P. Dahlem. Sixth district, to meet at the
barber shop of Andrew Kessler, No. 119
Larimer avenue. Seventh district, to meet
in Boom No. 1, pnblic schoolhouse. Eighth
district, to meet at Schade's store, Brilliant
station.
The electors of the Twenty-second ward,
Pittsburg, First district, to meet at Colfax
schoolhouse. Second district, to meet at
Sterrett schoolhouse. Third district, to
meet at Bowers', Fifth avenne. Fourth dis
trict, to meet at public schoolhouse.
The electors of the Twenty-third ward,
Pittsburg, Firsf district, to meet at public
schoolhouse, Glenfield avenne. Second
district, to meet at Peebles schoolhouse,
Second avenue. Third district, to meet at
new schoolhouse on Second avenue.
The electors of the Twenty-fourth ward,
Pittsburg, First district, to meet at the
office of Alderman W. J. Brennan, 2722
Carson street. Second district to meet at
pnblic schoolhouse, on Carson street,
between Thirtieth and Thirty-first streets.
ThirdMistrict to meet at public schoolhouse,
corner of Jane and Twenty-seventh streets.
The electors of the Twenty-fifth ward,
Pittsbnrg, First district, to meet at Alder
man A. Flach's office, Carson street. Sec
ond district to meet at the house of B. J.
Speelman, 2318 Sarah street. Third district
to meet at the house of Jacob Nehron, cor
ner ot Carson and twenty-sixth streets.
Fourth district to meet at corner of Sarah
and Twenty-fifth streets.
The electors of the Twenty-sixth ward,
Pittsburg, First district, to meefat John
Hushes' tin shoo. Sianev street, near
Eighteenth street. Second district to meet
at house of Jacob Anlenbacher,Jr., corner
of Eighteenth and Sarah streets. Third dis
trict to meet at Odd Fellows' Hall, Eight
eenth street. Fourth district to meet at the
house of John Mannsmann, corner of
Twentieth and Jane streets. Fifth district
to meet at public schoolhouse, Sarah street.
The electors of the Twenty-seventh ward,
Pittsburg, First district, to meet at dwelling
house of John Lavell, on Welsh way,
Manor 'street. Second district to meet at
Alderman B, A. Hartman's office, Pius
street. Third district to meet at public
schoolhouse.
The electors of tne Twenty-eighth ward,
Pittsburg, First district, to meet at store of
.Mrs. Ann U. McGuire, No. 64 Thirteenth
street, beta een Carson, and Bingham. Sec
ond distri t to meet at -1311 Washington
street Th rd district to meet at Birming
ham schtolhouse,-i Fourteenth street.
Fourth district to , meet at 1417 Carson
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTa
street, being back ot Bashdorf's cigar, store.
The electors of the Twenty-ninth ward,
Pittsburg, First district, to meet at Bedford
scboolhouse, Bingham street. Second dis
trict to meet at Alderman J. M. Shaffer's
office, Twelfth street. Third district to meet
at house of John Hichsman, corner of South
Twelfth and Bradford streets.
The electors of the Thirtieth ward, Pitts
burg, First district, to meet at the house of
J. W. Boyd, No. 103 Carson street. Second
district to meet at house of John Fitzsim
mong. corner, Fifth and Bingham streets.
Third district to meet at Knox schoolhouse,
Manor street.
The electorsof theThirty-first ward, Pitts
burg, First district, to meet at storerooms of
Elias Wagner, No. 85 Washington avenue.
Second district to meet at the premises of H.
Heinrich, corner of Washington avenue and
Allen avenue.
The electors of-the Thirty-second ward,
Pittsburg, First district, to meet at the
honse of Christopher Wilbert. Second dis
trict to meet at the store of William Slater,
corner of Virginia avenue and Kearsage
street. Third district to meet at Small
house of Philip Hoffraon, corner of Boggs
avenue and Wyoming street. Fourth dis
trict to meet at the public schoolhouse.
The electors of the Thirty-third ward,
Pittsburg, to meet at the public schoolhouso.
'The electors of the Thirty-fourth wardj
Pittsburg, First district, to meet at the
house of Mrs. Creightou, Carson street, near
Point bridge. Second district to meet at
the public schoolhonse.
The electors of tbe Thirty-fifth ward,
Pittsburg, First district, to meet at the pnb
lic schoolhouse, Sarah street. Second dis
trict to meet At tho old stone tavern, Wash
ington pike.
The electors of the Thirty-sixth ward,
Pittsburg, First district, to meet at Thirty-
sixth ward station house. Second district
to meet Jit public schoolhouse, Main street.
Third district to meet at Odd Fellows' Hall,
Stenbenville pike.
The electors of the First district of the
First ward, Allegheny City, to meet at Al
derman's office, No. 40 West Diamond
street The electors of the Second district
to meet at No. 114 Eobinson street. The
electors ot the Third district to meet at the
public schoolhouse. The electors of the
Fourth district to meet at publio school
house. The electors of the Fifth district to
meet at the public schoolhouse. The elec
tors of the Sixth district to meet at Pioneer
Paint Works, corner Grant andWesteri
avenues.
The electors of the Second ward, City of
Allegheny, First district, to meet at office
of John P. McHenry.No. 69 West Biamond
street The electors of the Second district
to meet at the drugstore, corner Western
and Irwin avenues. The electors of the
Third district to meet at No. 8 Taylor ave
nne. The electors of the Fourth district to
meet at the public schoolhouse, North ave
nne. The electors of the Fifth district to
meet at office of B. F. Bynd.No. 200 North
avenue. The electors of the Sixth district
to meet at marble shop, No. 253 Arch street
The electors of the Seventh district to meet
at the shoe shop, corner Ledlie and Monte
rey streets. The electors of the Eighth dis
trict to meet at teed store, No. 84 Jackson
street The electorsof the Ninth district to
meet at paint shop, No. 15.Taggart street.
The electors of the Tenth district to meet at
Irwin avenue schoolhouse. The electors of
1 the Eleventh district to meet at No. 97 Per
rysville avenue.
The electors ot the Third ward, Allegheny
City, First district, to meet at alderman's
office, 99 Ohio street. Second district to meet
at house of J. H. Jones, 218 Federal street.
Third district to meet at honse on northeast
corner ot Federal and Hemlock streets.
Fourth district to meet at corner of San
dusky and Hemlock streets. Fifth and
Sixth districts to meet at schoolhonse,North
ayenue. Seventh district to meet at dwell
ing house, No. 84 James street Eighth dis
trict to meet at schoolhouse, North avenue.
Ninth district to meet at house No. HI Sec
ond street. Tenth district to meet at school
house, Chestnut street. Eleventh district
to meet at house of Franz Stabb, No. 127
Chestnnt street.
The electors of the Fourth ward, Alle
gheny City, First district, to meet at the
hotel, corner of Isabella and Federal streets.
Second district to meet at the store of E.
Thresher, corner of Anderson and Isabella
streets. Third district to meet at No. 77
Park way. Fourth district to meet at car
riage shop of John Voeler, corner of Eobin
son street and Gray alley. Fifth district to
meet at dwelling house, No. 28 Voeghtly
street. Sixth and Seventh districts to meet
at schoolhouse, First district. Eighth dis
trict to meet at schoolhouse, Second dis
trict. Ninth district to meet at house of
Joseph Weber, No. 35 Chestnut street.
Tenth district to mdet at No. 2 Chestnut
street.
The electors of the Fifth ward, Allegheny
City, First district, to meet at 132 Eebecca
street. Second district, to meet at the stable
of David Hostetter, on Bidwell street.
Third district, to meet at the public school
housei Fourth district, to meet at Alder
man's office, No. 78 Beaver avenne. Fifth
district, to meet at storeroom. No. 108 Fay
ette street. Sixth district, to meet at house
No. 141 Pennsylvania avenne. Seventh dis
trict, to meet at shop, No. 110 Pennsylvania
avenue.
The electors of the Sixth ward, Allegheny
City, First district, to meet in rear of Ben
nett & Beacom's store, northeast corner
Franklin and Sedgwick streets. Second
and Third districts, to meet at the school
house, corner Juniata and Chartiers streets.
Fourth district, to meet at shoestore, corner
Allegheny avenue and Sedgwick street.
Fifth and' Sixth districts, to meet at school
house, corner Chartiers street and Washing
ton avenue. Seventh district, to meet at
dwelling house, No. 10 High street. Eighth
district, to meet at wagon shop, corner
Beaver avenne and .bayard street.
The electors of the Seventh ward, Alle
gheny City, First 'district, to meet at the
office of D. Lutz & Son, No. 1 Spring Gar
den avenue. Second district to meet at the
public schoolhouse. Third district to meet
at office, corner Spring Garden avenne and
Overhill street.
The electors of the Eighth ward, Alle
gheny City, First district, to meet at rear of
house, No. 256 Eiver avtnue. Second dis
trict, to meet at bouse of Andrew Wel
linger, No. 665 East street
The electors of the Ninth ward, Alle
gheny City, First district, to meet at south
east room (first floor) of hotel at Allegheny
stockyards. Second district to meet at pub
lic schoolhouse.
The electors of the Tenth ward, Alle
gheny City, First district, to meet at public
schoolhouse, Charles street Second district
to meet at public schoolhouse, Milroy ave
nue. Third district to meet at house of
Henry Newhart, on Woods' Bun avenue.
The electors of the Eleventh ward, Alle
gheny City, First district, to meet at public
schoolhouse, Shady avenne. Second dis
trict, to meet at office of Leonard, Brucker,
Esq. Third district, to meet at office, cor
ner of Woods' Bun and McClure avenues.
The electors of the Twelfth ward, Alle
gheny City; First district, to meet at the
new public schoolhouse, East street Second
district, to meet at the publio schoolhouse,
Willis street
The electors of the Thirteenth ward, Alle
gheny City, First district, to meet at dwell
ing house," No. 141 Beturn street Second
district to meet at public schoolhouse, Clark
Street
The electors of the borough of Braddock,
First ward, to meet at publio scboolhouse.
Second ward, at Town Hall. Third ward,
at the public schoolhouse.
The electors or the borough of Bellevne to
meet at the public schoolhouse.
The electors of tbe borough of Chartiers to
meet at the office of McCready & Fife, near
county bridge.
The electors of the borough of Etna, .First
district, to meet at old public hall on Locust
street Second district to meet at fishing
club ball, on cherry street Third district
to meet at house of John Seibert, on Butler
plank road.
Tbe electors of the borongh of Elizabeth to
meet at the publio schoolhonse.
The electors of the borough of West Eliza
beth to meet at the public schoolhouse.
The electors of the borough of Knoxville
to meet at the borongh schoolhouse, corner
Knox and Bochelle streets. '
The electors of the borough of Mansfield
to meet at the Council chamber.
NEW ADTERTISE31ENTS.
The electors of the borough of Millville
to meet at the public schoolhouse.
Tbe electors of the First ward, McKees
port, to meet at tbe office of James H.
Berry..
The electors of the Second ward, McKees
port, to meet at the office of Louis Haney
(now 'Squire Fields) on Walnut street
The electors of the Third ward, McKees
port, to meet at the office of J. K. Spangler,
J. P., No. 574 Fifth avenue (now Jacob
Everett, J. P., office.)
The electors of. tbe borongh of Glenfield
to meet at the public schoolhouse.
The electors of the borough of Sewickley
to meet at the new brick schoolhonse.
The electors of the borough of Sharps
burg, First district, to meet at the house of
Jerome Enum. Second" district to meet at
Summer & Son's store, corner Eleventh and
Clay streets. Third district to meet at Town
Hall, on Main street. v
The" electors of the borough of Tarentum,
First ward, to meet at public school. Sec
ond ward to meet at borough public build
ing. Third ward to meet at schoolhouse.
The electors of the borongh of Verona,
First ward, to meet at the office of B. L.
Kent, Esq. The electors of the Second
ward to meet at the schoolhouse of said
ward.
The electors of the borough of Oakmont to
meet at the public scboolhouse on E street.
The electors of the borough of West Belle
vne to meet at the public scboolhouse.
The electors of the borough orBeltzhoover
to meet at the public schoolhouse.
The electors of the borough of Homestead,
First ward, to meet at public schoolhouse.
Second ward to meet at public lockup.
Third ward to meet at carpenter shop of B.
B. Ciflbertson.
The electors of the borough of Spring
Garden to meet at pnblic schoolhouse.
The electors of the borough of Osborne to
meet at the. Osborne public schoolhouse.
The electors of the borough of West Lib
erty, to meet at the public schoolhouse on
West Liberty avenue.
The electors of the borough of Green
Tree, to meet at the public schoolhouse.
The electors of the borough of Coraopo
lis, to meet at tbe new public school build
ing. The electors of Wilkins township, to
meet at the house of John Jeaker, in the
village of Turtle Creek. Second district, at
Lime Hill public schoolhonse.
The electors of Braddock township, First
district, to meet at the pnblic schoolhouse
near Swissvale. The electors of the Second
district, to meet at tbe? public school in
North Braddock.
The electors of the Third district, to meet
at Bessemer schoolhouse.
The electors of Sterrett township, First
district, to meet at the house of John Liv
ingston, corner of Maple and Waterjstreets.
The electors of the Second district to meet
at the store of John Newell, on Swissvale
road, near Edgewood station. Third dis
trict to meet at bouse erected for that pur
pose on ZoolingerBros'. property, fronting on
Amanda street.
The electors of Penn towqship, First pre
cinct, to meet at the house of Matthew
Lloyd. The electors of the Second precinct
to meet at the Washington schoolhouse.
The electors of the Third precinct to meet
at the Monroe schoolhouse. -
The electors of Plum township, First dis
trict, to meet at the schoolhouse, New
Texas. The electors of the Second district
to meet at M. Math's schoolhouse.
The electors of Patton township, precinct
No. 1, to meet at public schoolhouse, in the
village of Turtle Creek. Precinct No. 2 to
meet at the house of Mrs. Jane Taylor, in
the village of Monroeville.
The electors of North Versailles township,
First district, to meet at Pleasant Hill
schoolhouse. The electors of the Second
district to meet at public schoolhouse at
Port Perry. The electors of the Third dis
trict to meet at Spring Hill schoolhouse.
The electors of the Fourth district to' meet
at office of.W. H. Brown & Sons.
The electors of Versailles townstip to
meet at the Town Hall.
The electors of South Versailles township
to meet at schoolhouse No. 1.
The electors of Lincoln township, First
district, to meet at Perrysville schoolhonse
Second district to meet at the Jenny Lind
school.
The electors of the township of Elizabeth,
in the Greenoak district, to meet at the
public schoolhouse. In the Buena Vista
district to meet at the public schoolhouse.
In the Mount Vernon district to'meet at the
Tough Valley schoolhouse, nnd the remain
der of tbe township not embraced in the
above districts to meet at Harmony school
house. The electors of Forward township. First
district, to meet at 'Brown's schoolhonse.
Second district to meet at the William Penn
schoolhouse.
The electors of Jefferson township. First
district, to meet at Lowrie's schoolhouse.
The electors of the second district to meet at
Tepe schoolhouse. The electors of the Third
district to meet at Wilson's schoolhouse.
The electors of the Fourth district to meet
at Jones' schoolhouse.
The electors of the First district of Mifflin
township to meet at the Lebanon school
house. The electors of the Second district
to meet at Dravosburg schoolhouse. The
electors of the Third district to meet at
Franklin schoolhonse. Tbe electors of tbe
Fourth district to meet at Blackburn school
house. The electors of the Fifth district to
meet at the Germantown schoolhonse. The
electors of the Sixth district to meet at the
Alliquippa scboolhouse. The electors of
the Seventh district to meet at the office of
Munhall Bros., near Munhall station, P.,
W. & C. E. E.
The electors of Snotyden township to meet
at the house of Herman Handel.
The electors of the township of Baldwin,
First precinct, to meet at the house of Wm.
Franey. Second district, to meet at the
public schoolhouse of John Gearing. Third
district, to meet at the old storehouse of
John Bedphens, Fair Haven. Fourth dis
trict, to meet at Concord schoolhouse.
The electors of Upper St Clair township.
First district, to meet at Foster's store,
Bridgeville. The electors of the Second, to
meet attbe house of the heirs of Amos Hol
land, in the village of Sodom.
The electors of Scott township. First pre
cinct, to meet at the office of Robert Lea &
Bros.' (now Joseph Campbell & Sons')
flouring mill. The electors of the Second
precinct, to meet at scboolhouse No. 4.
The electors of Union township, First dis
tric, to meet at the Green Tree schoolhonse,
Second district to meet at the Banksville
schoolhouse.
Ths electors of South Fayette township,
First district, to meet at Coflius mills. The
electors of the Second district to meet at the
Oakdale scboolhouse.
The electors of North Favette township,
First district, to meet ' at Oakdale school
honse. The electors-of the Second district
to meet at the JMcKee schoolhouse. The
electorsof the Third district to meet at
Shirland schoolhouse. The electorrof the
Fourth district to meet at the Half Crown
schoolhouse. The electors of the Fifth dis
trict to meet at the Noblestowrr school
house. .,
The electors of Findley township, First
district, to meet at the public schoolhonse
in the village of Clinton. Second district
to meet at Imperial Hotel.
The electorsof Chartiers township, pre
cinct No. 1, to meet at the brick school
honse, near Stenbenville pike. The electors
of precinct No. 2 to meet at Sheridan
schoolhonse. The electors ot tbe Third
district to meet at the house of Philip
Wentz, Jr. The electors of the Fourth
district to meet at the office of George
Davis.
The electors of Stowe township, First dis
trict, to meet at office of Miles Bryan, Jus
tice of the Peace. Second district to meet
at No. 2 schoolhonse.
The electors of Crescent township to meet
at the schoolhouse in Shousetown.
The electors'of Moon township, First dis
trict, to meet at schoolhouse No. 5. Second
district to meet at the house of Bichard
Deemer.
The electors of Bobinson township, pre
cinct No. 1, to meet at the house of Mrs.
Hester Branaon. The electors of precinct
NO. 2 to meet at the house of Samuel Phil
lipv The electors of the Third district to
meet at new schoolhou.se No. 6. 1
The electorsof Kilbnck township to meet
at the new brick schoolhouse.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
The electors of Aleppo township to meet
at schoolhouse No. 3.
The electors of Leet township to meet at
schoolhouse No. 6.
Theelectors ofSewickley township to meet
at schoolhouse "No. 3.
Theelectors o) Neville township to meet
at the carpenter shop of Thomas E. Pittock.
The electors of Ohio township, First dis
trict, to meet at public schoolhouse No. 5.
The electors of the Second district to meet at
public schoolhouse No. 1.
The electorsof FranKlin township to meet
at No. 5 schoolhouse.
The electors of Fawn township to meet at
schoolhouse No. 2.
The electors of Harrison township, First
district, to meet at the public schoolhouse
in Natrona. Second district to meet atpub
lio schoolhouse, avenue-
The electorsof Hampton township to meet
at the house of William Peters.
The electors of Indiana township, First
precinct, to meet at Miller's Hdtel. The
electors of the Second precinct to meet at
schoolhonse No. 7.
The electors of Marshall township to meet
at the summer residence o! Mrs. Eachel
Boner. .
The electors of Pine township to meet at '
schoolhouse No. 4.
The electors of Eeserve township, precinct
No. 1, to meet nt schoolhouse No. 1. The
electorsof precinct No. 2 to meet at school
house No. 2.
The electors of McCandless township to
meet at the wagonmeking shop of Frederick
GangloiT. Second district to meet at the
honse of John H. Cole.
The electors of Shaler township, precinct
No. 1, to meet at tbe office of C. Bauerlein,
Bro. & Co. Precinct No. 2 to meet at the
honse of Adam Eoehrig, in the village of
Bowerstown. The electors of the Third dis
trict of Shaler township to meet at the house
of Wm. Campbell, now occupied by John
Clinton. Precinct No. 4 to meet at public
schoolhouse at Glenshaw.
The electors of West Deer township, First
district to meet at schoolhouse No. 1. The
electors of the Second district to meet at
sshoolhouse No. 3. The electors of the
Third district to meet at schoolhonse To. 4.
The elettors of the Fourth district to meet
at schoolhouse No. 5.
The electors of East Deer township, First
district ,to meet at the new schoolhouse.ia
said township.
The electors of Springdale township to
meet at the brick schoolhonse in the town
ship of Springdale.
The electors of Bichland township to meet
at the public schoolhouse at Bakerstown.
The electors of Eoss township, precinct
No. 1, to meet at the store of J. Seybold.
Precinct No. 2 to meet at the public 'house
of James Gorby.
The electors of O'Hara township, First
district, to meet at Hoboken schoolhouse.
The electors of the Second district to meet
at Bobinson's schoolhouse. The electors of
the Third district to meet at Seitz school
house. The electors of the township of Harmer to
meet at the Deer Creek Hotel.
The electors of Collier township, First
district, to meet at Mrs. Carnahan's house.
Second district to meet at Walker's school
house No. 2. Third district to meet at
schoolhouse No. 3. Fourth district to meet
at the Brechmont pnblic schoolhouse.
The electors of the township ot Lower St
Clair, First district, to meet at the Mt Oli
ver schoolhouse. Second district to meet
at public scboolhouse on Beck's rnn.
The electors of Bethel township to meet
at Bethel Academy. '
The electors of theborough'of Beynoldton
to meet at public school.
The electors of the borongh of Wilkins, to
meet at schoolhouse in said borough.
The electors of theecond district of Wil
kins townshiD to mee at Lime Hill publio
schoolhouse.
As directed by said thirteenth section of
the act of July, 1839, 1 hereby give notice
that every person (excepting the Justice of
the, Peace) who shall hold any office or ap
pointment of profit or trust under the Gov
ernment of the United States, or this State,
or of any city or incorporated district,
whether a commissioned officer or otherwise,
a subordinate officer or agent, who is or shall '
be employed under the legislative, execu
tive or judicial departments of this State, or
the United States, or of any city or incor
porated district, and also that every member
of Congress and State Legislature, andof the
Select or Common Council of a city, or
Commissioner of any incorporated district,
is by law incapable of holding or exercising
at the same time the office or appointment
of Judge, Inspector or Clerk of any election
of this Commonwealth, and that no Inspec
tor, Judge or other officer of any such elec
tion shall be eligible to any office to be then
voted for.
And further. The first section of the act
of March 8, 18S9, aforesaid, provides as fol
lows: And it shall be the duty of the judges,
inspectors and'clerks of each of said town
ships, boronghs, wards, precincts and dis
tricts to receive at the said election separate
tickets, either written or printed, or partly
written and partly printed, from each of the
qualified T ters of this State who may offer
the same, and to" deposit therein in a box or
boxes to be for the purpose provided by tbe
proper officers. Which tickets shall be
printed separately, one labeled on the out
side"Amendment to the Constitution," and
on the inside "For the Prohibitory Amend
ment" or "Against the Prohibitory Amend
ment;" tbe other labelled on the outside
"Amendment to the Constitution," and on
inside "For the Suffrage Amendment" or
"Against the Suffrage Amendment."
Section 2 .That the electfon on said
amendments shall in all respects be con
ducted in the same manner as the general
elections in this Commonwealth are required
by law to be conducted, and the returns
thereof shall be made, certified and re
turned by the election officers of respective
districts in the same manner and at the
same time as the returns of a general elec
tion. And whereas, by virtue of the Constitu
tion of tbe State of .Pennsylvania, adopted
December 16, 1873.
Every male citizen 21 years of age. pos
sessing the following qualifications, shall be
entitled to vote at all elections: First He
shall have been a citizen of the United
States at least one month. Second He
shall have resided in the State one year (or
if having previously been a qualified elector,
or native born citizen of the State, he shall
have removed therefrom and returned, then
six months) immediately preceding the elec
tion. Third He shall have resided in the
election district where he shall offer to vote
at least two months immediatelv preceding
the election. Fourth If 22 years or up
ward, he shall have paid within two years a
State or county tax, which shall have been
assessed at least two months and paid at
least one month before the election.
Section 6 The electors shall, in all cases,
except treason and breach of security of the
peace, be privileged from arrest during
their attendance on elections, and in going
and returning therefrom.
Given under my hand at my office, at Pitts
burg, this 25th day of May, A. D. 1889,
in the 114th year ot the independence of
the United States.
ALEXANDER 1 tf MESS,
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