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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 April 1889

jp-" I - t 1&- : PENSM DECISIONS. Assistant Secretary Announces Three Very Important Rulings. ONE PENSION IN THREE GRANTED. A Michigan Man Gets One for Being Hurt While Getting in His Bunk. -ANOTHER CASE KOT QUITE LIKE THAT Washixgtojt, April 16. Assistant Sec retary Bussey to-day rendered three pension decisions, iii which is involved the impor tant qnestion of when may and when mar not a soldier be considered "in the line of duty?" The first case is that of W. H. Brokcnshaw, late of Company H, Twenty ninth Michigan Volnnteers, who applied, for an invalid pension. The basis of this claim was an injury to the left side, incurred in the service at -Jackson, Mich., abont March 20, 1865, said injury having been "caused by three soldiers jumping on claimant while he was climbing into his bunk, crushing the ribs of the left side, just below the heart" The-claimwas rejected by Commissioner Black upon the ground that "claimant was not injured in the line of duty." Assistant Secretary B...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 April 1889

e??e eflay Ohe Vejthat " OoWub ft J tne vWlse." l tfaid: je Mr. &. , talked "fSe&aestion ? troIt " Jbattels f ,not be Clot i iwm re" : "tit udlast t 5-V trty nd ',Pt. m ! i game. i o 1-8 t 0 0-1 .rks. 13. ons,9. oklyns. 8. ty Citv?. 9. it. Louis, 2. T3. Talk a Fcvr ntative of Mat ening to try and ze fight. Mallet eeks and Nlkirk, id, conldn't possi- .an seven or eight .vever, that Mallet McCoy within two . will fight the wln- at any time to fight ?, and a match can any time. If they nner, bo will leave feit to fight Uikirk. either Mallet or Mc- all right. Girls. -Frank Brebm, the ; circles as "Skate," Frank A. Myers, an 1 here to-night on a put under $100 bond. jiale pedestrians, who ason of their manager, ;. gave an exhibition enough to get out of i attachment against he hall when the walk- wblle In the act of buy- the money drawer and took a private purse that rthe girls. He was snr- latcil crowd, when Myers and ran away with It. insaction Brehm showed x-as no good, as Cof...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 April 1889

i . he1 l-H t- T S. IJ I JFiTPTtCl IIM ITHMTiMiTH i "DTTvnvITlTTRrS.;' VTYTWP A WP W 5 L8893 VJ T -CSi. FA STREET NOYELTY. fAn Empty -Business House on Liberty , Proves a Drawing Card. POINTS ON THE WAGE AGITATION.- Pittsttrg Steadily Forging Ahead in. the Race for Material Supremacy. . au DKOP IN OIL AND BOOM IN bTOCKS A -"to let" posted on the -door ot a good business house on Liberty street, near the foot of Smithfield, yesterday attracted con siderable attention on account of its rarity, such a thing being almost unknown in that locality. It is safe to say that it trill not remain empty many hours. If there is any. thine more urgently needed in PittsDurg than another, it is bnslness houses. The annual trace agitation of the iron workers has been put in motion, and is already proving a disturbing element in business. TaV. lug this for a text, a prominent gentleman said yesterday: This agitation is not only costly to the men, but harmful to the public It keeps everything unsettled...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 April 1889

V v .-tflfe - jct r j,- ra.-KJS o j. y" " 'THE-r,rFTSBTJKG dispatgh, '-WEDNESDAY, APETO IT,' -1889. M SFST j f HEIE EYES OPENED. 'The Pennsylvania Cc's Officials Kot Afraid of Arrest Now, SINCE BITALS GOBBLE UP TRAFFIC. The Eejstone Eoads and P. & Vf. Beady to Make ates Again TO POINTS BEIOKD THE MISSISSIPPI. The Pennsylvania, Company have agreed to pro-rate again with the Western roads on business to points vest of the Mississippi river, except those on the Pacific coast yesterday they issued a notice to this effect, and it is not at all likely that the Pittsburg and Western road will stay out by itself and lei the others get the business. Several weeks ago the Pennsylvania Com pany and the Pittsburg and Western roads issued notices that, on account of the inter state commerce amendment, they would not pro-rate with any of the lines west of Chicago, for the reason that their local rates were higher than their proportion of the through rates. As this was charging more lor a shor...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 April 1889

WmS-- !?fSv WWWW srr-' --! sfl X pr- . Jt a " At w ti-tt w a ! -r r--i --! m ttj t- - . r 3 --j. 1 ; . ".--...: t i-'p'- . ' ' . - 4 - r;:.. FIRST PART.,,,,,.' . .lillP 1 4Vl ' i. , - III! . , FORTY-TOUBTH YEAR IlDsingjhe gaps, The Standard Oil Company Fast " ... i. ; Completing its Mam- mom ueai. A BIG PLANT GOBBLED. '.The OMo Oil Company Sells Out to the Monopoly. COMPETITION KNOCKED OUT OP BHAPE. The Octopus Claw In 15,080 Jlcrei at One Snatch An Additional, Dally Production of 3,000 Barrels of the Stuff That For nerlr Had Such an Odor and Couldn't be Refined A Million-Dollar Company Wiped Out Captain X J. Vandergrift, tr Pittsburg. Glre Further Detail About the Pipe Line Project Pipe Con tract T ilch the Standard Ha Placed la Pittsburg Kallw ay That Carry . Them, and How They Are to bo Deliv ered. , Yesterday's developments fully confirm "the statement made in The Dispatch of the same date in a special from Chicago, rthat the Standard Oil Company was clos ing arrangements whereb...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 April 1889

?- 2 AFRESH M0YE-1ADE. The Milk Dealers Meet Some of the Shippers, and they Confer TO FIX A SATISFACTORY PRICE. An Entirelj Kew Organization of the Pro ducers is Proposed. THE WAR IS MORE COMPLICATED HOW The lacteal war is getting more con pli cated than ever. Yesterday afternoon the members of the Milt Dealers' Protective Union met in Imperial Hall and fixed a price for milk, which they propose to pay all shippers who supply them. They had invited the producers to be present, and a large number of them ap peared. Most of them, however, do not be long to the anion, although it was con tended that the anion shippers would be glad to leave Mr. Beed and ship again to the dealers, if they can make sure of get ting the same price all along. The shippers claim that it has been the inconsistency bi the dealers in refusing to pay the fanner a fixed price that has caused dissatisfaction. President Hennes called upon every ship per present, and asked each to give his views on the question, an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 April 1889

r-;pp' .v iJt? .. - THE- EETTSBTniG- DISPATCH, THURSDAY,- APEHT. 1)181 , 188ft. jH V m & 'GKEAT PLANS AHEAD. y ' ' The New Public Safely Chairman s J Speaking of Big Things. 1 "EfiAE OP IMPORTANT OUTLOOK. , t - Buss Encountered at the Ontset Eegard -" ing Hew Buildings. " PEOPOSED FIEE AND POLICE STATIONS 11 The new Committee on Public Safety organized yesterday afternoon in Select Council Chamber, and unanimously elected Mr. John S. Lambie chairman. Mr. Lam bie made a neat little speech, acknowledg ing the honor, and in referring to the re sponsibilities resting upon the committee, said that within the next year it would be asked to pass upon several measures of great public importance. By unanimous consent the regular meet ing days of the committee were fixed for the first Monday of each month. Two ordinances were read by the clerk, one authorizing the Chief of the Depart ment ot Public Safety to purchase a lot of ground near the intersection of Brownsville and Arlington avenu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 April 1889

Xl " ' : THE PETTSBIffiGr DISPATCH, THURSDAY, APKLIi 18, 1889, Wfy B$pf4 ESTABLISHED FEBRUABY 8, 1S45, VoL , No. TO. Entered at Pittsburg FostoSce, Hovember 14, 1SS7, as second-clan nutter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. Hews Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average circulation of the dally edition of The Dispatch for lx months ending- April i,isse, 27,986 Coplei per tune. ATerage circulation of the Sunday edition f The Dispatch for March, 1SSB, 46,423 Copies per tune. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOSTAGI TBXZ IN .THE TOOTED STATES. DAILY DISPATCH. One Year t E CO DAH.TDisrATCH, Per Quarter.. . 2 CO DAH.TDlsrA.TCH, One Month. 70 Daily dispatch. Including Sunday, one year 10 00 Daily Dispatch, Including Bund-ay, per quarter .- 2 SO Daily Dispatch, Including Bandar, one month v. CO SUNDAY Disfatch, oneyear 2 E0 Wiixlt Dispatch, one year 1 25 The Daily DisrATcn It delivered by carrier! at U cents per week, orineludlngtheSundayedltlon, at 20 cents per week. PO...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 April 1889

Or vf? ? "fr- s. AFTER MANY YEARS t -r J The "Work on the Hudson Rim Tun nel Is to he Once More Pushed. EHGLISH HOHEI TO THE RESCUE. The Capital to Complete the Scheme Will Come From Abroad. BOMB BATHES ACUTE OPPOSITION r nrecux. teleoeam to tkb msrjiTcn.i - New Yobk, April 17. D. 0. Haskin, Chief Engineer and General Managerof the Hudson river tunnel, expects to be able to complete the tunnel itself with the 550,000 which has been raised in England by mortgaging the tunnel and everything ap pertaining to it. When that is done the en terprise will be in such a shape that the completion of the New York terminus will be a certainty. "Work will be resumed as soon as money is transmitted from England, which, how ever, judging from the delay that has already taken place, aiay not be for several weeks, and possibly months. "Work was suspended on the tunnel, or rather tunnels, for there are two of them side by side, four years ago. WHAT HAS BEET DONE. "About.l,850feetoftlie north tunnel an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 April 1889

6 VERY EASY VICTIMS Canadians Somewhat Weak for Uncle Sam's Men. STALEY IN GREAT SHAPE. An Important Match Between Local Trotting Horses. ASSOCIATION CHAMPIONSHIP GAME A Legal Opinion About the Poolselling Law. GEA'ERAL J5PORT1KG NEWS OP THE DAT There are always lots of amusing features in a contest to those who know they have a picnic. Yesterday's game between the To rontos and the ball players that we own was one of those one-sided affairs that make peo ple uninterested. This is not stated to mean anything disparagingly to the representa tives of Her Majesty's dominions, but, as a matter of fact, it means that small people have no business here when we are in play ing hnmor. Of course the good people from Canada may have many harsh things to say about Umpire Aborgast. He may not, and in fact did not, satisfy Serad, but probably that wasSerad's fault "Whether or not Serad pitched a good game is not the important qnestion. Harry Staley was in the box for the local fellows, and he ga...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 April 1889

LET UNCLE SAM PAT, a - Is thev Chief Argument Advanced Against the Philadelphia - HABBOR IMPROVEMENT BILL A Ship Canal Proposed to Connect Lake , Erie and the Ohio BiTer. HARBISON BENDS FOB SENATOR QUAT. The Legislators Very Anricus to Get Tarongh tf ork and Go Home. There is strong opposition to the bill ap propriating $200,000 to improve Phila delphia's harbor.. It is claimed that the National Government should bear the ex pense. The project of a rhlp canal to connect Lake Erie with the Ohio river has been revived, and the Legislature trill be asked to take the initial steps. The legis lators are going to hold extra sessions so that the New York trip may sot affect the consideration of bills. It is stated that the invitation sent to the Pennsylvania militia is not at all cordial. rritOX A 6TAJT COBBSFOXBXT.1 Haseisbtjeo, April 17. It was a rocky road the appropriation for the Philadelphia harbor Improvements had to travel after the bill had been recommitted. The disposition of the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 April 1889

J'-l t - .. k -i 8 THE PITTSBTJEG DISPATCH, THURSDAY,' APRIL 18,- 1889.' READY FOR THE RUSH. The Washington Authorities Pre pared for Oklahoma's Opening. HOW TO ACQUIRE A HOMESTEAD. Commissioner Stockslager Writes a Letter of Explanation. POSTOmCES FOE tfHE KEW CANAAN. The Amy to it Held in Readiness to Put Down Any Serious Disturbance. Commissioner Stockslager has made public a letter concerning the entry of landof Okla homa. He explains what will constitute pri ority of claim. Every effort is to be made to provide proper postal facilities for the new Territory. "United States marshals -will pre serve order. If they fall, the army trill be called on for assistance. "Washington, April 17. Commissioner Stockslager has made public a letter con cerning entries in Oklahoma, addressed to Sir. D. D. Halstead, Pnrcell. It runs thus: In reference to a memorandum of five ques tions from you under date of the 15th inst, I have to state that it is not usual to answer hypothetical questions, bu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 April 1889

.. y- j 35- V - - , SECOND PflRf! f- TEE MUD W MINK. A Glance at tlie Coffee-Colored Water of a Week Jnst Gone. A GREAT CLARIFYING PROJECT, And What it Would Cost to Have an in fective Settling Eeserroir. CHAT WITH A MAN FAMILIAR WITH IT Afterieveryjsprngfresh'g in the rivers news paper offices are overwhelmed with letters of complaint about muddy drinking water. The last few days have been no exception to this usual custom. A special editor had to be appointed to take charge of the "muddy water department." The Dispatch wishes complainants to know that everything pos sible is being done to clarify the aqua. Perhaps by the time this is read you will find that oar efforts have succeeded, and that the mud has entirely subsided. Some of the growlers, who imagine that the payment of their little share of munici pal taxes should give them immunity from all the inconveniences of life and all the ills that mankind is heir to, are so ungener ous as to blame the Bureau of Water for the prese...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 April 1889

l 'Y "- v. 10 THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, THURSDAY, APRHj 18, 1889. MANY CHANGES NECESSARY. Inefficient Railway Mall Clerks HaTo to Make Way far Their Betters. Washington, April 17j. Since March 4, about MO changes have been made in the personnel of the railway mail service. First Assistant Postmaster General Clarkaon, in peaking of the matter to-day, said that it has been the policy of the department to displace incompetent clerks and appoint ex perienced and thoroughly efficient men who left the service during the last administra tion, where such were available, and desir ous of re-entering the service. Of course, he said, men whose faculties have become impaired or whose thorough fitness has be come questionable, will sot be reinctatcd. The railway mail service, Mr. Clarkson continued, requires men not only of superior intelligence, but men whose faculties are in perfect working order; men who possess every requirement of the service are com paratively few and are not easily secured,...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 April 1889

w? 7t f j-v THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, THUKSDAY, APRIL 18, 1889. 11 83KT w c - FEATURES OFTEADE. Twine Trust a Worriment to Farm ers of the Northwest, FLOUR IS QUIET THE WORLD OVER, Allegheny County Farms ProTe to be Bet ter IiiTcstments THAN COBNEE LOTS IN CALIFORNIA Office of I'ittsbuho Dispatch, "1 Wednesday. April 17, 1&& J The Twine Trust appears to be a very large bone of contention among Northwest ern millers and farmer. It seems that the effect of the trust has been to evevate prices about 200 per cent above the prevailing rates of recent years, and fanners are kicking hard against this added tax to their sheaves. Tho current number or the Minneapolis JItller. which is the organ of the Northwestern millers, does not see the cloven foot in the Twine Trust which fanners sav is there. The Miller Is dis posed to make light of the farmers' grievances, as appears from the following editorial reflec tions: "Back of the Twine Trust there is a real scarcity. At advanced prices f...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 April 1889

J&e ' 12 official rrrrsBCRG. No. 342.1 AN ORDINANCE-AMENDING AN OR DINANCE entitled "An ordinance au thorizing the opening of Clawson street, from Grazier street to north line of Pennsylvania Railroad," approved August 7, 1888. Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted toy the city of Pittsburg, In Select and Common Coun cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and enacted by the authority of the same. That an ordinance entitled an ordinance authorizing the opening of Clawson street, from Grazier street to north line of the Pennsylvania Rail road, approved August 7, 1888, which reads as follows: An ordinance authorizing the open ing of Clawson street, from Grazier street to north line of the Pennsylvania Railroad. Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the city of Pittsburg, In Select and Common Coun cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and enacted by the authority of the same-That the Chief of the Department of Public Works be and is hereby authorized and directed to cause to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 April 1889

f Hy "3 (r rs- -w --.:, -" fmwmp- v-f f'f gj ssV H J smb h H B B B H ,.3 i . 2 vn - l l FIRST PART. Jm , ' j - i 1 PORTY-FQTJBTH YEAK PAGES i TO ,8. ti-r,? mv - x Uj y y i, v - OYER II HL At the Sound of a Bugle Blast the Boomers Sweep Into the Neutral Strip. THE START FOR OKLAHOMA, Fearful Hoods "Will Impede the Forward Progress of the Pilgrims. A PIEECE BOEDER FIGHT. The First Bed Flow of "What Prom ises Be a Very Carnival of Blood and Crime. HABEI HILL HAS DISAPPEARED. The Authorities at Washington Are Much Alarmed OTer the Prospect of Serious Trouble Ahead. HAEEISON HAT DECLARE MAKTTAT. LAW Owing to the floods it was decided to allow the boomers to start across the neutral strip for Oklahoma earlier than was at first intended. At the sound of a bugle thou sands of wagons started in an eager race for the promised land. Pour persons were killed and others injured in a fight between a squad of boomers and the Indian police on the border. Harry Hill has mysteriously disappeared, and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 April 1889

r .' V-- rl SCOUTS ARE OUT, Pennsylvania Brewers Send to Massachusetts ' MESSENGEES FOR POHTS As to How to Conduct- a Campaign Against Prohibition. JUDGE WHITE KOUGHLT HAHDLED For His Eecent Criticisms About the Beer of Pittsr. TOSS OP LITERATURE TO BE GIYES OUT. An important fact was developed at the meeting of the Allegheny Brewers Associa tion yesterday. It was that emissaries of the' association from Pittsburg and other parts of the State are now in Massachusetts gathering pointers and conducting the cam paign of the prohibitory election to take place in that State Monday next. This in formation was: obtained from Mr. E. J. Frauenheim, of the firm of Frauenheim & Vilsack, who said: "In regard to what we are doing about the amendment, you can set this down, that the brewers of this county are not asleep. "We hare ten men at work in the office of the association arranging literature for mailing to the voters of Allegheny county. "We hare compiled registry lists of all the vote...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 April 1889

" w $ THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH,. RIDAT, APRIL 19,- 1889. ?- , e-AREALESTATESGAEE U;-If, All. the Liquor Stores 'Should be Closed up after June 18, HOW ABOUT THE EMPTY SALOOKS? Depressing Effect on the Market Feared hy Landlords' Agents, BUT OTHERS SUIT WILL KOT MATTER "If the prohibitory amendment to the Constitution should be adopted on June 18, would the simultaneous vacation cf from 600 to 1,000 liquor storerooms in ?ittsburg and Allegheny affect the real estate mar ket?" This question was put to several well known real estate agents by a Dispatch reporter yesterday. A member of the firm of 'William A. Her- ron & Sons, replied: "1 do not thins: that the throwing of sa many vacant storerooms upon the market will have any material effect upon real estate. The business part of this city has no room for saloons. Every inch is needed ior storerooms, and as soon as a room is offered for rent it will be taken up immediately. The rent may be lower, but the value of the property will be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 April 1889

v r5' im ex ViAe - Sir r , i 4? ' 5 r fU Bifpfelj. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8. IMS. VoL 44. No. TL Entered at Pittsburg Foatomce, November 14, 1SSZ, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 89 Fifth Avenue. News Booms andfcunllshiiig: House 76, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average circulation of the dally edition of The Ditpa.uk far alx moatha ending April 1.1SS9, 27,986 Copies per Issue. Average circulation of the Bandar edition Of Tbs Dispatch for March. 1SS9, 46,423 Copies per Issne. "TrpntS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FREE IN THE UNITED STATES. DAILY DIETATCH. One-Tear. ....I S 00 Daily Dispatch, Pec Quarter.... 2 00 Dailt Dispatch. One Manth.. TO Dailt Dispatch. Including Sunday, one year...... 10 00 Dailt Dispatch; Including Sunday, per quarter.. ...-.. .......... 2 SO Dailt Dispatch, Including Sunday, one uonth ........ a........... .... ....... no Euitdat Distatch. one jcar.. ..... ........ 2 SO Weeklt Dispatch, one year.. is The Dailt Dispatch la delivered by carriers at U cent...

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