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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 April 1889

P & ; f ? .DISPATCH, - MONDAY, AERH7 22, t THE PITTSBtTEG r1889: " . 1 F ' h ' , r ' ' - - ' VAt 5f v. AMMTOTHAlEIOKY Amzi Sniilh, Superintendent of the i" Senate Document Room, BAS iT0 FEAR OF LOSING BIS JOB, .Because in His Fifteen Tears Official Ex perience He Has Sever FOKGOTTEX A FACE, SAME OR NUMBER israelii. IKLEGBAM TO THE DIsrATCB.1 Washixgtox, April 21. Washington is a city of curious characters. There are more unique people in the public service here than there are gathered together in one .place in any other part ot this great coun try. The department clerk obtains his ap pointment to place through the influence of some political friend or by the slow and devious route of civil service examination. If his place is a desirable one, he holds it just as long as his patron remains inJavor with "the powers that be." The great army of department employes go on in the routine of their dull day's work until the exigencies of the public service require a change in the offices...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 April 1889

sft??ri5 ' v t'Wl n, w. 6 THE? PJETTSBURG' 'DISPTGH,! :TimrTVA :-MPPJIi?22f ,51889. .""JWrW T l I- I BASE BALL MATTERS. Difficulties Regarding Hanlon, White and Bowe. HOEACE STATES HIS CASE. Some Interesting Gossip About the Local Club. 'ASSOGIATIP SDKDAI GAMES. Dempsey's Opinion About the SulliTan Kilrain Fight GENERAL 5P0RTIXGXEWS0FTHE DAI Affairs in the local ball club are in a very interesting condition just now. Three Stars players -who have been bargained fgr are yet unsigned and a snrprise is expected at any moment. Of course the three players are Hanlon, Kowe and White. J.ne nrst named is expected in the city to-day, but the officers of the club are not sure as to whether or not be trill come to terms. The facts of Hanlon's case are to the follow ing effect: The local club agreed to pay De troit S2.000 for his release and to pay him a sal ary equal to that which he had at Detroit last year. When he met Manager Phillips recently he expressed himself as about satisfied with th...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 April 1889

(! '2Ui THE PITTSBURG -DISPATCH, v .MONPAT; APPJL'22f; 1889. V V to The Pennycomequicks Written for THE DISPATCH by S. BARING GOULD, Author 0f"MEHAI,AH,""C0UBTBOYAV",JOHir HEBBIXG," "TheGaYEBOCKS'ETC SYNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAPTERS. Mrs. Sldebottom and licr son. Captain Penny comeqnicfc, are unable to lire In the style they wish on their Income of 400, and speculate on the probable tortune theT may receive on the death of Mrs. Sldebottom's half-brother. Jere iQlah Peanyconiequlct. The l&tter Is In love with his niece, balome Cusworth, who lives with him. Jeremiah l'ennycoraeqnlck, while walking at midnight. Is overtaken bv a flood lrom a bursted reservoir. He and another man, who Is hair clad, seek refuge In a lint, and Jeremiah wraos his coal around his companion. After the flood subsides a bod v is lound which is Identified br the card case in the coat pocket as that of Jeremiah ' l'ennycomcq-ulck. Philip Pennycomequlck is telegraphed Tor and arrives. A will Is found making Sal...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 April 1889

??) JKJSS-fiWKsa t!.rv.; sx'wwvw. -??, - -a THE PITTSBURG- DISP22EOH,x .IIONEMj AiPEIE. 22, . 1889r; i5RfT; -s-. 8 . --; .5 EASTEE AEOIATICS. t Br. Talmage Eloquently Preaches an Ambrosial Gospel That WILL TET GLEAKSE THE WORLD. TYliat the Frankincense Brought to the Tomb by the Marys Typifies. WHI THE AKGEL SAT UPON THE STOKE rSrECIAL TELECEAi! TO THE EISrATCH.l Brooklyn, April 2L A vast multitude , attended the Easter services at the Brook lyn Tabernacle this morning. The pews, the aisles and all the adjoining rooms were thronged, and multitudes in the street could not train an entrance. Kev. T. De "Witt Talmage, D. D., preached on the subject, "Aromatics for Easter." The pulpit and galleries of the church had elaborate floral decorations. The congregation sang the opening hymn: "We praise thee.0 God, for the Son of Thy love. For Jesus who died and is now gone above. Dr. Talmage took two texts, Luke xxiv, 1: Bringing the spices which they had pre pared." I Corinthians XT, 52: "The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 April 1889

flBWlljJIB "WEL'W lHBPr . t SJSHv ;sBK!HMHBn- i - -vv rfk-- w ' ' t - - ' i r z , i .. t . j . t j TFr - 1 the dispatch nasa ,.fi3.7 ,-nfe. j-r - OKLfl- Special Courier with the Oklahoma Bonm-v ers. He -trill enter the New Canaan with them to-day, and will graphically furnish all readers -with events as they occur. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR. IE w BUSH Like a Mad Torrent the Masses of Boomers Broke Into the Promised Land, ' CITIES ALREADY IN SIGHT. One Eailroad Alone Carried in Upward of Thirty Tlionsand People. FOUR FOE EYERY FARM. And in Some Cases a Dozen or More Persons are Claiming One Quarter Section. WEAPONS IN THE HMDS OP ALL. A If umber of Eager Boomers Were Drowned in Attempting to Cross the Swollen Birers. YAGUE EUMOES OP BLOODI CONTESTS Oklahoma is open. At noon yesterday the boomers swarmed over the line in a dense stream. Then ensued a mad race for land. 'Every farm in the territory is now occupied and claimed by from 1 to 15 per sons. Each one is backing up his alleged rights ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 April 1889

f -s THE PITTSBTJKG- blSPiLTOH,'" TUESDAY,- APRIL 23, 1889. Vj ? & Boroughs. & S . f- . a o . c . e. 5 7 4 2 1 2 3 2 4 1 0 0 3 4 5 4 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 1 1 1 10 11 0 0 1 0 5 2 1 1 1 0 1 D 1 1 Braddock, First ward Second ward,. Vhirrt vgnl ' Charters "."..! Etna, Green Tree Homestead, First ward.... " Second ward. Knoxville , Mansfield Millvale, First ward " Second ward " Third ward McKeesport, First ward... Second ward, " Third ward.. Sharpsburg Spring Garden Verona. First ward " becond ward , "West Liberty. TOWTTSHITS. si. S3 S3 o . n ; c. j C. 1 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 4 2 1 1 6 4 1 0 2 2 4 4 1 0 3 2 0 0 4 0 4 1 0 0 u 0 Baldwin... Cbartiers Collier. Forward. . Hampton .tiamson...... ............a....... Indiana.. ...... ....... .. Lower St. Clair Ma rshal........ ............ ........ Mifflin. ...............-. North Versailles O'Hara. Ross , Rcbinson. ............... ...... Reserve Scott Stone... yj mop Upper St, Clair. Wholscsale List PITTSBURG. Q Q WAKDS, ft II l . o " n ;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 April 1889

-rv H THE PITTSBURG- . DISPATCH, TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1889. Sf IILK1M.0FL 3sT0Yel and Significant More of the Producers' Union. m ASSEMBLY OF KNIGHTS Is" Now Their Aim, and They Choose a Labor Journal as Organ. HOW DEALERS DISAPPOINT THEM J3j First Kefusin? to Pay the Bates They , Sow Agree to Give, THE PRESIDENT AKD SECEETAET TALK A number of the members of the Milk Producers' Union are greatly in favor of making their organization an assembly of the Knights of Labor, and a motion to that effect trill be made, probably, at the next general meeting of the Union. The first step in that direction was taken yesterday afternoon, when Mr. Jones made the mo tion to have the Trades Journal adopted as the official paper of the organization. The reason of this proceeding on the part of the milk shippers was explained by one oi them to a reporter of this paper in this Manner: The public," he said, "has an idea that our organization is run to uphold a monop oly, and we want to show the people th...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 April 1889

W V -& ;.- f'Vr,--lJf .J f -- THE MTTSBimG DISPATCH, ' TUESDAY, A?EIL '23, 889. Se5! t v r V iptolj. 1STABLISHED FEBRUARY S. 1846. Vol. 44, No. 75. Entered at Pittsburg Postofflce, November It, 18S7, s"fecond-clt$s matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing: House 75, ' 77 and 79 DiamondStreet Average circulation of the dally edition of The Dispatch for six months ending April 1. issa. 27,986 Copies per Issue. Average clrcnlntlon of the S-nnday edition t'i The Dispatch for March. 1SS9, . 46,423 "opies per lsne. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FliEE IX THE UNITED STATES. "AILY DISPATCH. One Year 8 M AILY Dlt.rATCn, Tcr Quarter 2 00 AILY DisrATCII. One ilonth u ailv DisrATcn. Including Sunday, one year 10 f AILY DlSFATCn. including 53ond.iv, per quarter. - 250 atlt Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month - 90 RfSAY Dispatch, oneycar. 550 Veekly Disr itcii, one year 1 25 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at cents per week, orincludlngthcbundaye...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 April 1889

fi- "-X tTHE PITTSBTJHQ-vDiSPl.TGH, -TUESDAY, APIfflj 28fV1888? SHERMAN AND QUAY Beally on the Onts and Kothina; at All Able to Eeconcile Them. THE CAUSE OF THEIR QUARREL How the Pennsylvania Senators, While Sot Making Much Headway, KEEP ON GOOD TKMS WITH EACH OTHER rsrECIAL TELEGRAM TO TUX DIsri.TCII.1 Washington, April 22. Ihe ill feel ing which has been growing between the Pennsylvania managers and the Ohio man agers daring the last few days had its first public manifestation last evening, when Senator Quay expressed the opinion that Senator Sherman had acted discreditably and dishonorably, and need expect no more favors from Pennsylvania. It was so unique ti hear a Senator of the United States ac cuse another Senator of dishonorable con duct, and that other Senator John Sherman, that when the accusation became talked about nobody believed it Few believe it this evening, as no confirmation of the mat ter is published coming from Senator Quay, and as Senator Sherman denies all the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 April 1889

'V'Vl IV '$ L i ri st- v-r- f J 4. v r . . .j- v THE PITTSBTJEG- DISPATCH, TUESDAY, APEDL '23, -1 - Tiri- -r 1889. f THE LAST SKIRMISH, Jack Chapman's Stars Bone Up Again. SOME YERY BAD FIELDING. d Hanlon Arrives and Sajs fie Will Sign. OPENING DAY AT MEMPHIS. Results of Association Games and Inter esting Ball Gossip. GENERAL SPORTING NEWS OF THE DAI There was a lame although a victorious wind up of the spring exhibition series yes terday at Recreation Park. For the third time in succession good-natured Jack Chapmaa and his luminaries were knocked out, and there was, indeed, very lit tle interest in the game. There were only about 700 or S00 people present, and they seemed only to be there to see how far the visitors would be left behind. The few ex hibition games played have really not been worth the seeing, and that of yesterday was one of the least attractive. One of the most interesting features of the contest was the umpiring of ilurphj. one of the byracuse pitchers. Should Mr....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 April 1889

&' 1 THE PJETSBTJKG DISPATCH, TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1889. T- .-! ! MOCAl. LIYE STOCK. ? Leading 'Features of Eerr's Island Markets for the Week. CATTLE AKD SHEEP A SHADE OFF. .Quality of BeeTes an Improvement on Re cent Eeceipts. LIGHT RUN OF HOGS STRONG DEMAND. Office of Pittsburg Dispatch, 1 MOSDAT. April 22, 1&9. J The quality of cattle in this week's sup plies was an improvement on anything re ceived for a number of weeks past. A leading butcher of the Diamond Market . said: "I saw scarcely any mean bollocks at Herr's Island this week. "With the exception ot a few country cattle which snonld hare been sold for stackers and feeders, the supplies were generally good." There were a few loads of prime cattle weighing from 1,500 to 1,000 pounds. The supply did npt vary much from last week. The tone of markets was easier than last Monday, and on most grades there was a decline of 15 to 20c per hundred. Prime cattle weighing from 1,500 to 1,600 pounds were sold at H 7534 85; mediu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 April 1889

T, ?j TV . Si s - , t,- THE PITTSBURG-' DISPATCH, TUESDAY, APEXL 28, ' 1889. i ALL CONSUMERS HIT By. an Ordinance in Council That May Hamper Farm Hucksters. THE MATTER IS RECOMMITTED. Diamond Street Widening to lie Thoroughly Looked Into. TEAT MUNICIPAL LIEN BILL AGAIN After Common Council had appropriately referred a large batch of papers, petitions preliminary ordinances for minor improve ments yesterday, including the greater one to widen Diamond street from Liberty ave nue to Grant street, the Finance Committee reported with an affirmative recommenda tion an ordinance authorizing the police to Amstnn viatv all nprsnns found to DC "Ped dling without license and all persons found driving through the atreets without a ve hicle license. Mr. McGunniele opposed consideration of the ordinance in its present form as placing any stranger from outside who might drive through the city in danger of ar rest. It would be a great injuslice,he thought, to make every farmer, gardener or dairyman...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 April 1889

!pss" FS F ! -l". The Dispatch has a Special Courier with tbe Oklahoma Boom ers. He will enter the New Canaan with them to-day; and will graphically furnish all readers with events as OKU- jtheyofCnr. FORTY-FOURTH TEAR, NOTHING TO oei " Not Even Water Can be Secured v by the Thirsty Thousands in Oklahoma. s HOSTS OF OTHER TROUBLES. A Railroad Wreck and Some Shootins Make Matters Lively." WRANGLING OYER TOWN LOT CLAIMS. The Opening of the Territory at Noon Mon day Was n. Farce Many Persons Were in Biding: in Advance All of tho Cbolce Land Wat Claimed Before the Uonr Government Employes Implicated In tbe Deal Only One Murder In the Vicinity of Gntbric Tho Booming City of King fisher Official Reports Sent to Wash-incton. ' The Territory of Oklahoma is one sea of trouble. The disputes over land claims are but a small part of the difficulties. Some of the boomers have to sleep in the open air without a blanket. It is almost impossible to secure even water to drink. Open charges are made ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 April 1889

a3 'o I i PEIZE PUZZLE Is tlie Light in "Which Many Tiew the License Eulinss. MEETINGS ALREADY HELD To Ask Judges Ewing and Magee to Take a Hand and Overrule BY liYAT OF MAJORITY EEHEARIKG. G- These Judges Act on Bondsmen, Itc, To- Day, and Will be Pressed. -LNCIDEXTS AND GOSSIP ON THE TOPIC Lite men wrestling with that maniac's contrivance, the popular puzzle, trying re peatedly and in vain to get all the "pips in the clover" and keep them there; like grown men snapping out "Fonrteen, fifteen, thirteen!" and wondering "why that blamed unlucky number would always persist in coming last," so could men be seen, all over these two cities yesterday, striving to un ravel the mystery of "Now we see 'em, and then wedon't see 'em," or "What'sthematter with the license applicants?" A man would look at his newspaper first from the right, then from the left, and finally "straight from the shoulder," as he scanned that lit tle list; and then, absent-mindedly, he would exclaim: "Well, I'm blamed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 April 1889

T?i(5 5 --. , -.- csFnzm'mz&r - r. , - V PITTSBURG- V. r - 'i (' .4t TBDE DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1889' i r- MOOGBJHIOH ASKED. The National Eeform Conference Me morializes the President TO MENTION DEITY IS HIS PAPEES. J A Quarter-Centennial ConTention With OTer 100 Delegates Present. WHAT WAS DOSE, BOTH DAI ASD NIGHT The quarter centennial National Eeform Convention opened yesterday afternoon in the Eighth Street Reformed Presbyterian Church. John Alexander, Esq., of Phila delphia, presided. The Committees on Reso lutions and Enrollment were not present, so the meeting as not really organized. There ' were, however, probably over 100 delegates present. H. H. George, Secretary of the Executive Committee, reported the condi tion of the association as excellent; the finances were in gooa shape, the membership constantly increasing and the work expand ing over -the entire country. Rev. T. P. Stevenson, D. D., ot Philadel phia, corresponding secretary, spoke or the work being...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 April 1889

W wfc Wl k 3 r t CS?' 4' ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 81 ISIS. Vol. H 3o. 76. Entered atPltbburg rostofflce, November 14, 1857, as second-class matter. Business Offlce97 and 89 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing Eouse75, ' 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Avernce clrcnlntlon of the doily edition of The Dispatch for six months ending April 1. 1SS9, 27,986 Copies per issue. Averace circulation of the Sunday edition of The Dispatch for March, 1SS9, 46,423 Copifcs per Issne. TER31S OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FEEE IX THE UNITED STATES. DA1X1 DISPATCH One Year 8 00 DAILY DltTATCH, Ter Quarter 2 00 DAU.T DlSPATCn, One .Month. 70 Dailt Dispatch, Including feunday, one year WOO Dailt Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter ISO Dailt Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month. . .. 90 SCXDAV Dispatch, oneyear. 2 SO Weekly Dispatch, one year 1 25 The Dailt Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at IS cents per week, orlncludingthefcundayedition, at 3) cents per week. POSTAGE Ail person vrho mail the Sunday ixsue of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 April 1889

1G, 1-?: -s "z -V ?.' t THE PITTSBURG- -DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, APEIB "' 241889: -s 5 X 5 f e .fa WMiOT . WAE ON WATCHOM. John McBride Issues an Address to J the liners of the Country. THE KNIGHTS ARE OF SO USE. Each District of the Kew Union Must Arrange Matters Itself. ALL THE KEflS FROM JfEAEBI TOWKS rSPrCIAl. TELEGRAM TO TnUJISPATCn.! Columbus, April 23. A circular was issued this afternoon by John McBride, President of the Miners' Progressive Union, addressed to the miners of the United Slates. It sets forth the attitude of tbat or ganization as relates to the recent abortive attempt to secure a scale ot prices through joint action with the operators, and the re sponsibility for the subsequent steps that have been taken. Mr. McBride regrets the failure of the joint conventions to establish rates, because it threatened to disrupt the Larmomous relations between the employers ana employes. He then refers to the offer of the summer rates of last year's scale by the miners and the of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 April 1889

v n,$ "S fte THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH," WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1889. t IT THE BAND PLAY. iVe Are ill Line to Tackle Anson To-day. I ?0LD GALTIN WILL PITCH. fed. Hanlon Signs With the Home Asrsremition. ''HORSE EACLNG AT ME3LPHIS. ISome InterestirfgTeatures in the American Association Ball' Games. GEXERAL SPOETIXG SEWS OF THE DAI J Of course every baseball crank in the country knows that the National League championship opens to-day. One of the I good ieatures of the schedule has designed that Anson and almost- all of his "globe - trotters" will be in harness. Certainly the 4 old man of Chicatro could arrange ottier- wise, but he couldn't safely put in a team that would ignore the bovs wbolmomcttho potentates ot cannibals. Christians Buddists, ' or any oilier Xind of religious believers. Hanlon sisned yesterdav, so that local patrons of the club can safely expect to sec . him in center field. Ed is In (Treat shape, at i least that is what he says. If practice goes toward making a man pe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 April 1889

"- -, - -.- . i S C THE PITTSBBBG -- DISPATCH," "WEDNESDAY, APEIL 2 1889; 7$i M?:7, FEATOES OF TEADE. Seed and Agricultural Implements Moving Out Freely. PLOWS AND HARROWS IK DEMAND. "Woolen Goods Tery Active for the First Quarter of the Tear. IMPORTED CLOTHS LEAD DOMESTIC Office of PnrsBCKG Dispatch, 1 TTJESDAT. April 23, 1SS9. The seed tradeovas slow opening up this season, being two weeks behind its average time. The trade was not fully on until the middle of March. Since then all lost ground has been recovered, and trade cives no signs thus far of falling off. A leading dealer in garden and field seeds and agri cultural implements thus puts the situa tion: "Our trade this spring lias been better than any former season, and we are not over half through flith ths spring's business. Prospects for a good harvest are so promis ing that the trade in agricultural imple ments has received a great stimulus in the past few weeks. I do not remember when demand for plows and harrows was so ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 April 1889

rt . - IV-- .-TJSPif' v- S P 8 THE PITTSBTIEIG DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, ' APPJL 24, 1889. tf - EVERYTHING MUST GO The Poles and Wires in the Streets of Sew York Are Still FALLING LIKE AUTUMN LEAVES. Major Grant Means Business and Has Issued Another Order ENLARGING THE DOOMED DISTRICT Burnt of the Companies Are Kow EcmoTinc Their Property ThemelTes. A large portion of Broadway in Kew York is now clear of poles. The war will be carried on to the remaining ones. Mayor Grant has issued an order naming other districts which are to be attacked. Thou sands of poles and a half million feet of wire haTe already fallen. Xew York, April 23. Broadway, from Twenty-third to Thirty-third streets, is now entirely cleared of poles, the last fire de partment poles having been removed this morning by Foreman Clancy, of the depart ment. His gang is now working on Broad way, between Thirty-third and Forty-second streets, and expect to haTe that portion of Broadway clear beiore morning. At vari ous points al...

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