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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 January 1889

E1S-5S mryrnr 75 ADVERTISEMENTS 1UFJRI M For to-morrow's DISPATCH can ba left at main office till midnight or at "branch offices till 9 P.M. Wants, For Sales, To Lets, etc., will . .& reach the publio quickly through the Columns of THB DISPATCH. V OF cog rH S5 w W1 'U I, It Mn f , i a X ! - x m J s 2 r k 52 2 o a - c 3 I I 5 I 0 r x 1 ? o i n o , to m Z o a o 2 3) 1 2 p V) feTY-THTRD -YEAR H. ii 'oyer Re-Elected Speaker House, With J. W. rnson uiiet uerK. HAr. STILL KICKING. Rutin is Very Free in His tioisms on Senate Libra- riaii De Laney. IV. WORKING OK THE SLATE, , ect of n Brcak-A Surprise Prom-, Rutan Wants to Oct Evcu With nncy-r- Cochran's Defeat Certain, ogh Fntorcd by Maccc-Ex-Mayor mod, of Hnrrlsburg, for Sergeant me A, Large Caucus The Komi- The Senate Slate, Commlttco Ictes In Wuik Tho Democratic U of tlio Home A Lively Time tentative Wherry Nominated for ter Senator Osborne, of Philadcl Will Contest Senntor Devlin's Scat ut Douatb, of Chester. Wants to bile Printer....

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 January 1889

I 1 I HHMHHNMMHHHibMflBMiiBHHMHrikMMBMUlBiflMHtaMBHEBsf'SIHBksdBlBadHil ci - v '" ; -."'. I . gy Horse ana bng-Ey................ 487 sa I The advertlslne being increased t8,O0O over kTtJt HorM'feea. 47 IX I .. r u. ....... luce I Horse and bnxry,... 487 89 47 U 14 30 77 IS Horseshoeing" Harness, etc Office tarnishing.. 179 00 &7C88 rrjrcrsG, gas nmxG aj-t house dbjusagc. Eslaries , S75 00 t?fHee furnlshlnj 6 80 l I K180 APPROPRIATION M). 48. Garbage furnace repairs and Improvements S 499 t8 Garbage fnrnace Toil 1,114 49 barbage furnace, ral-eellane- ous supplies and expenses.... 61 12 Garbage furnace salaries. 1,390 SO I 1,078 39 ATTBOmlATIOX JO. 49, Patrol wagon 5,896 50 Patrol station repairs and im provements fi,SU7 New-lines and extensions 1.124 OS Telephone service ; 390 00 Horses.. . 4,653 00 Harness 00 00 beventeentta ward patrol sta- tlonlot 1.000 00 Kent of patrol stables.. 45C001 bamewcu police srstem '8,500 00 S 10,037 31 KECATITCULTIOV. General appropriation for 18S...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 January 1889

WcoraciLS. lows Over Electric Lights Jhe Philadelphia Co, ELECTRIC WINS, AKD THE LATTER Is to be CareMIj Inquired Into, bo Eay the Resolutions. UNCONSTITUTIONAL IDEAS EXPLODE The Ust Councils for the olu year were vested with a peculiar interest because wars aud rumors of wars were freely discussed before tney met; but the expectation ex ceeded by far the realization. It might hare been the If ew Year; but asain, it might have been business. Bet-re Councils met yesterday it was said that Mr. Battles would present a resolution asking that no Hungarian or Italian be cm ployed on city work; also that a gentleman was to present an order relative to gas com panies in general, and the Philadelphia Gas Company in particular. These rumors did not materialize, how ever, the first because it was' unconstitu tional, and the seeond, probably, because it was unadvisablc In the Select branch Chairman Ford pre sided, and ordinances were presented and referred regulating masquerade balls and the li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 January 1889

K'lllFrV v ' v T-i i.-Ne eror , na.Tv p JgJtfUJiJ. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8; ISIS. m V Vot 3i JJo. 33. Entered u Httsourg row- S tfilce, November 11. 1SS7, seoona-ciass matter. ', Business Office 97 and GO Fifth Avenue. 4 News Booms and Publishing House75, F- 77 and 79 Diamond Street. This paper having mora than Double the f clJtnlatlonorany other in the Suite o'nulde c) Philadelphia, its advantages as an adver tising medium will be apparent. j TEEMS OF THE DISPATCH. 9. rosTAcr razx rn tub umtis etatts. t DAILY DisrATCH, One Tear. t 8 00 Djult Dispatch, Per Quarter................ Daily Dispatch, One Month . '" Dailt Dispatch, Including Sunday, one Tear Dailt Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter IS0 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, ens month - " Ecxdat Dispatch, one year. SW Veekly Dispatch, one year Is5 i The Daily Dispatch 1$ delivered by carriers at Scents per week, orlnclndlngtheSundayedlUon, i sta) cents per -week. PITTSBURG. TUESDAY. JAN. 1, 1889. f TWELVE PAGES I THE OLD AH...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 January 1889

SUES mS BBOTHEBS, Thillips Bros., the Oil Kings, Asked to Pay $100,000 Damages for A SISTER-IN-LAW'S INTEREST. Erie Tiremen "Will Strike Unless Salaries Are Raised. Their ALL THE NEWS FEOM SEAKBT TOWNS rSFECXAX, TELEGEAM TO THE DIErjLTCH.1 Kew asile, December 31. A sensa tional suit was filed here yesterday in which Ephraim Phillips, an administrator of his wife Letitia,asks 100,000 damages from his brotheis, Thomas "V. Phillips, Charles M. Phillips and John T. Phillips, surviving partners of Phillips Bros., and others, com prising; the firm of D. Osborne, Agent, successors oi Phillips Bros. The parties to the suit are recognized as oil kings. Ephraim Phil ips. the plaintiff, states m his bill of complaiuu mat the Una of Phillips Brothers was formed In I860, and became un able to pay its debts in 1S73. The firm ofELT. Agnew, spent, composed of tlio wives of the Phillips Brothers, was then formed. At this time the plaintiff 's wife contributed SS0O to the firm, and became a partner, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 January 1889

I The Female Bicyclists Create a Big Sensation. ANACCIDENTONTHEmCK Moore and Guerrero Likely to be Matched to Enn. LOCAL SP0BT1NG EVENTS TO-DAT. President Kimick Willing to Secure Sam Wise of Boston. GENERAL SPORTING EYENTSOFTHEDAY Judging from the large attendance at the Grand Central Kink yesterday there seems to be a charm in pretty female bicyclists. Of coarse handsome young ladies always lave a charm or magnetism, even reclining indolently under a chestnut tree or in an obscure comer of a noisy drawing room. It is only fair to say, however, that there are more than good looks to attract spec tators to the Grand Central Bink this week. Five good looking young ladies real athletes. If tbe term applies to the sex, have undertaken to ride eight hours per day on bicycles for six days. Tbe abilities of tbe "girls," as a spectator termed them,as bicyclists is certainly as attracts e as their features, and when this is said sufficient is stated to attract almost tbe entire male populat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 January 1889

Eagg tctpsbuSkpatgtoesSuSkt &88$E?? n "h?- TRADE EETROSPEGT. Leading Features of Some Jobbing Industries of the CITY FOR THE TEAR JUST CLOSED. TToolen Goods, Tailors' Trimmings, Millin ery, numbers AXD PAINTERS' SUPPLIES, BACON OrriCE or Pittsburg, Dispatch, J Mosday. December 31. 1SS& f The article in this column of Monday's DrsPATCn, reviewing some of the principal jobbing industries of the city for the year past, omitted, for want of space, a few in dustries which, in their leading features, are here presented. Keports from wholesale dealers in the line of woolens and tailors' trimmings indicate a healthy trade for the year, with a very com fortable increase on the business of last year. One jobber reports an Increase of 50 per cent on the value of sales as compared with 18S7. The totals for the year's business in the whole sale woolen and tailors' trimmings trade dia not fall mnch below 5 1,000,000. A large proportion of these pood have been placed outside of the city, t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 January 1889

I' . : t - ' ' . - - - H : , - -i,-ib : ; TiSB 'mJz THE GBtff MESSBNGER Conttntted rom rtee(tft Pae. tare UngcnMm. 175 Locust street, Allegheny. . Mrs.EmeryA.Storrs.atOik'iigo. , . -Dr. J. H. Zutetort, London, Lne. Judce Joseph M. Stcrrctt, Eric, Pa. Mrs. Annie Lewis, Braddock. Ambrose Aland, 156 Meadow street. Charles V. Robert". 3S03 butler street. Mrs. EUtsbeth gproul, Litugowaenuc, aup rlieny, aec4 74 mrs. John ai-tienrr iviem .19 Main street. Allegheny. w. Tavior, 1708 renn avenue. 22-Samuel Titus, at Wllllamsport. Sirs. Mary Brans. 702 Mint street, aped S years. 53 Mrs. Mary Powers, at Braddock. John J. Hern. Granville street. Mrs. Agatha Berger Mefirle, ZS5 Thlrty-elghlU street, aged S years. SI Lucas Chapman. 44 Bedford avenue Henrr Bvers, Watson street. Henry H. Gerwlg, 298 Ohio street. Allegheny. Jacob Kllcn, lulton street, Allegheny, aged $0 ycats. Judee JohnTrnnke):orthc rennsylTanla Supreme Court, at London. , ,, 3-J 0. Boyle, Beaver Falls. Rowland Gibson Howard, l'rovi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 January 1889

THE YEAE'S HISTOET. Comprehensive Chronological Review ot the Events of i88S. EECOED OF AN IMPORTANT PERIOD, Fall of Occurrences 'Which "Will Interest Coming Generations. A EZIQX OP PEACE AXD PBOSPEWTT As the bells tolled forth the hour of mid bight a new year came into existence, and the events of 1888 are now matters of histo ry. The past year was looked forward to as an important one in the annals of tbe world, and in a large measure it fulfilled this promise. Many of the startling occur rences prophesied during its continuance are still in abeyance, but nearly every day exhibited its interesting features, and the work of the entire 3C6 hat made an im press on the world's progress that will re main through future apes. Taken as a whole, the Tear has been one 'of exceptional peace and prosperity. In dustrial troubles there have been,butina less degree than ior several years past. Eu rope has been disturbed by rumors of war and rebellion, but these have failed to mate rialize. Our ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 January 1889

MnTille. A company organized at St Louis to construct another bridge across too Mis- BissippijnpppositlontoUould. Tho aque duct scandal causes much uneasiness in rashhigton. fc President Yerkes refuses "to negotiate vrlth Chicago street car strikers. Four deaths and 50 new cases of yellow lever at Jatk EonviUe. Chief Justice Fuller has taken tbe oath of office at Washington. The Su preme Court of Utah divests the Mormons of all church property. -London police wake an unsuccessful at tempt to run down the Wliitechapel mur derer with bloodhounds. German war ships m the Mediterranean ordered to Zan zibar. Tha street car strike at Chicago be comes general and assumes an uglv phase. The Cherokee Frcedmen's bill passes the House. Four deaths and 93 new cases of jellow fever at Jacksonville. Judge Thur man makes an argument in the telephone trait betnre the Supreme Court. W-Powderly attacks the wheat comer, and says gambling in food must be stopped to prevent resolution. Barry makes a viol...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 January 1889

i heart Georce Thomas Killed Maggie "Wise anil himself at Cincinnati. 38 Clinics Hodson and Clem Ensland.killed in a boiler explosion near Bowling Green, O A train on the Hannibal and St. Joe road crashed throush a bridge, killing; four 54 Eleven men killed and manv Injured by the explosion of a cartridge works in France. 3 A cyclone sweeps through the Ohio Valley and Western Pennsylvania, causing loss of life and. property at many places. Mrs. Hattie Radcllffe burned to death at Paine rille.0. Two trains collide near Flagstaff, Ariz-, one man being killed and several In jured. 19 One man killed and ten others fatallv in jured bv Hchtnins at Milenbunr, La. Two children drowned at Beatrice, Neb. - 80 Encineer Quinn killed and two others fa tallv injured in a wreck on the Louisville and'Xashville Koad. Sheriff Ahlfeldt killed atMusick's Kerr, AIo., while attempting to arrest a jping of river men. Charles Brum bach suicided at Springfield, O., because of unrequited love. SI Mrs. II. K....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 January 1889

kllralEilMliiiSwS '96-efWtM3WS9Sf5WE?ir? -"TlmiHHSBT3 fW,.mrfflSFWT3J"W3SffiHB:. 12 THE' HTTSBIJKGr DISPATCH, TttESDATfr 'JANUARY" 1, ir"-? m .. .' 'Xhwt! r " t icl SrV"i i," " "-' l "' " 11 - w- !&" - - t -i-1"- vj J-'K-Mrs - - ,j x?z7m--ammmm. " 1889. ' f7 - r - - ' . : VlZSmtmB convenes In the city. Democratic delegates leave Tor the State Convention at Harris bnrg. Judge White decides that Pittsburg Brewers and -wholesale dealers cannot be granted more than one license. A residence on Locust street wrecked by natural gas. SB The Knights Templars give a grand parade and reception at the Opera House. Brown & Co., of the Wayne Iron Worts, Issue an order reducing wages 10 percent. D. W. Carroll Co., of the R Fitt Boiler and Bridge Works, forced to assign. Councils bare a healed de bate over the natnral pas contract for the . -water -works' pumping station. 9 The Knights Templar Conclave elects and in stalls new officers with much ceremony. Mem- lerj of the County Democracy h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 January 1889

For to-morrow's DISPATCH can be left at main office till midnight or at branch offices till 9P.M. FORTY-THERD YEAH. V iJ As Can Be, to Organize the Legislature and Get it in Good Running Order. THE KICKERS ALL QUIET, And Nothing Occurs to Mar the Symmetry of the Occasion, Not Even a Murmur. THE SLATE SLIDES IXTO PLACE. Week's Adjournment Follow the Ardu ous Labors of the First Day's Session of the Legislature The Appointments Well Ilistribntcd Allegheny Xot Left Oat In the Cold Frohibliionlsis Actively at Work Quay l'lcned With Drlnmetcr's Work in Organizing the Legislature Speaker lioycr's Finn to fcavo Time Too Good to Adopt. Both branches of the Legislature are at work. The Republican slated nominations met no difficulty at aU. Bubsell Errett, of Allegheny, is the Senate's new chief clerk, and other Alleghenians are not forgotten. The Governor's lengthy message was read yesterday. A large batch of appointments will be confirmed to-day. ISrECLtL TZLrGllJLM TO THE DISrATCB.1 Hakeis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 January 1889

r 2 w THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, - JANUARY 2, . 1889. " . '-,'''c ' '2 mfW?T IT WiSQUAIBT. How the Economites Inaugu rated the flew Year. THEIR MUSIC FESTIVAL Preceded bj Impressive Religious Exercises. THE GOOD GERMAN DINNER SERVED Some of tie Interesting Features of the Festivities of the Day. HOW THE LOVE OF MUSIC IS FOSTERED "Gute nacht!" was said more cordially than usual last night to the watchman who early began his rounds of the picturesque village of Economy. At each door where his old-fashioned lantern lighted the stone steps for a moment there uas a word of greeting for him from cither the portly German master, a buxom Dutch servant woman or a rollicking boy. In their own quaint way the Economites had inaugurat ed the new year. A day of good cheer would not he to them complete without leaving something pleasant for the town guardsman to thirk about during his lonely vigils. He had been the first to announce the arrival of theXew Year. Sow he was the last to rece...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 January 1889

WEDNESDAY; SMARTER EACH TEAK. Flattering Figures on the Growth of Postoffice Business. BIG GAINS ALL ALONG THE LINE. Se3rly 29,000,000 Pieces Handled by Pitts burg Carriers. HOW 1SS7 DWARFS BESIDE LAST TEAK The most curious statistics, and at the same time those giving a keener insight into the advance of intelligence, education and civilization, are those given by Superin tendent Collins, of the city postoffice, lor the dead year of 1SS8. The year "87 vras thought remarkable in its increase, but '88 far out steps it. In the finance department for '87, $321, 030 59 was paid for stamps, envelopes, etc, while in '88, 5348,038 was the sum. The in crease for special request envelopes was 59,824 95, and for newspapers and periodi- cal stamps, 51,560 63. Receipts from stamps on postage due in '87 were 2,637 50, and in '88, $3,761 70, which shows either a grow ing absent-mindedness or a growing penu riousness. Total receipts for '88 were $512, 701 80, an increase of 46,1)78 30. SWELLING TH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 January 1889

Ik Mam ESTABLISHED fEBRPAKY S, ISIS. VoL 43, No. 330.-Ditcred at Pittsburg Post ofllcc it 01 ember It. IHC, as seoona-class matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue, News Rooms and PublishlngrHouse--75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. This pnper tinting more limn Double tlio circulation or nny other Initio Suite outsido ct Philadelphia, its ndnntngcs as nn udier llslng medium will be nppareuu TEBJIS OF THE DISPATCH. TOSTAGE FEEE Ef THE CMTED STATES. DAILY IHSPATCn, One Year. f 800 Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter W Daily DisrATcn, OneJIonth '" Daily DisrATCH, Including Sunday, one year. Duly 1UIW Dispatcii, Including Sunday, P quarter !:' Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, ono month M bCNDAYDisrtTCn, one year. ISO Weekly DisrATcn, one car 125 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at i: cents per m eel, orlncludiugtliesundaj edition, aiaicciits per week. PITTSBURG. -WEDNESDAY. JAN. 2, 1SS9. HOW POWEBFUL IS IT! If the Attorney General of Pennsylvania 5s fully in earnest in his move ag...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 January 1889

KSt RMwrnr itsv? C5f5f7";' " "yyPfs? THE PITTSBTJEG 'DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1889. A BRILLIANT AFFAIR. President Cleveland's Last New Tear Keception in the "White House THE BIGGEST THING OF ITS KIKD. Decorations of the Executive Mansion the Host Profnse Ever Seen. THE LADIES ELEGANTLY COSTUMED. Hundreds of Callers raj Eespeets to the Ontjoin? Administration. President Cleveland's last New Tear re ception at the "White House a most brilliant affair. The attendance never was greater. Costumes of the ladies exceedingly brilliant. Breakfast tor the diplomats at Secretarv Bayard's. Decorations at the "White House never appeared to better advantage. "Washington, January 1. The "White House has seldom, if ever, presented a more brilliant spectacle than it did to-day on the occasion of the President's Kew Year's re ception. Special pains were taken with the decorations, and the beautiful suits of par lors where the reception was held never ap peared to better advantacc. There was a pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 January 1889

6 " 'THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2,1889.;"' " ':: '"'' '''-"' ; 'V1 S&v9K& &! IE FOOLED T 1 Guerrero Steps Out aud Shows That He Can Bun. AN EXCITING CONTEST WON flerron Hill Club Shooters Some Excellent Sport. Have THE BICYCLISTS CAUSE A STIE. Misses Oates and Lewis Create Tremendous Enthusiasm. OUR BASEBALL PLATERS AT BALLARAT. Tnere were two great attractions among the local sporting people yesterday as a "starter" for the young and, comparatively speaking, undefined new year. The two magnets referred to were the pedestrian con test at the London Theater and the female bicycle contest at the Central Bink. Unfor tunately, however, for the latter, the con testants could not secure the rink until 7 o'clock last evening. The "newsies" were being dined in the building. This really prevented the public from seeing some ex cellent holiday sport However, the ladies' struggle is referred to elsewhere in this depart ment of the paper. The pedestrian contest, as ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 January 1889

v"V?! ics of Vital Interest to the Com- moinvealth Discussed. AN EXHAUSTIVE STATE PAPER. Eevenne and Tax Bnaestions for the Guidance of Legislators. VIEWS OX MAXUAL TBAIKIKG SCHOOLS rf rrciAi. telegram to the disim.tch.i Hakkisbckg, January 1. "When the Legislature convened to-day the following message from Governor Beaver was read. It js given in full below: T tiie benitc ana Houe of Representatives of the Commonwealth uf l'cnnsylvaula: Gentlemex You come together under fa vorable auspices. Tbe Commonwealth pros pers. Her population increases. Her vote at the last general electiou aggregated within 1,700 of 1,000,000, being about 100.000 in excess of the vote at any time previously cist. This ote, measured by tbe standard of ltoO, would indi cate a population approximating, if not quite equal to, o.OOU.000. I'lentj crowns the year which has just closed. Agriculture has been rewarded by gtnerous re turns from the soil, iu greater degree than in several jears past. The output of our ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 January 1889

Sm& HILL SEATED AGAIN. The New Tork Governor Inaugurated With Considerable Display. HE EVOKES A SMALL SENSATION GOT. BEAVER'S MESSAGE. Continued from Seventh Page. Bjthe Eecommendations in His Message to the Legislature. ELECTION COEKUPriOX MUST STOP, Ana the President Should be Made a Lfe Member of the SatlonM Senate. Governor Hill was inaugurated at Albany yesterday. The occasion was a brilliant one. In his annual message the Governor takes strong ground against bribery in elections. He thinks that Presidents should not be eligible for a second term. The length of the term should be increased to six years. thereon lo communicated to the Legislature. Such recognition is eminently proper, and it is recommended that provision do made for fur. rushing, through the Adjutant General's office, to each Pennsylvania volunteer, honorably dis charged from the United States service, who shall make application therefor, an engraved certificate which would be at oncea recognition of his ser...

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