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

'WWrf- THE FITTSBTIKG DISPATCH, THURSDAY, MAT 2, 188. XV ", ' 1 I- 1 . :i - 1ThFather of High license Slipped Into the City ana uui Again, WS$r x i BDTBE DID 2MT TELL THE B0I& ?An Important Section of the EeTenue Bill to be Uroppea. rflO WAS THE TICTOK, QUAT OB MAGEB intOM A ETJUT COEEESPOXDEXT.l Haeeisbiteg, May 1. "I have just . come from your city," said Bepresentative Brooks, of Philadelphia, the lather of high license, to Thk Dispatch correspondent ibis evening. "I snppose,"he continued, "some of the boys would have enjoyed making it very interesting for me if they had known I was there. I have friends in the East End, though, and I spent my time with them." It maw be remembered that some time ago llr. Pow, who just now has his name mixed up with Senator Cooper's in some amendments to the Brooks law, charged that Mr. Vail, the Law and Order officer of Philadelphia, was the real author of the Brooks law. It is a fact that Mr. Tajlhad a hand in the making of the law, but the ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 May 1889

to Wallop the Mies. HAUL'S TIMELY HOME EM And Dnnlap's Hit Come Handy Stage. at a OTHER GAMES EAST AKD WEST. The Present Eecord in Both the League and Association. M GENEKAL SPORTIXG NEWS OP THE DAT Those babies are a lot of tough and obsti nate young customers, and it seems that nothing short of borne run swipes can knock them out when their aspirations are really an the direction of victory. Once more the ball had to be knocked out of the lot yester day before they could be settled, and even after that gigantic performance they as turned an air of defiance that caused the houie adults to act on their merits. Albert J. Maul was the gentleman of glory and prestige yesterday. He banged the ball clean over the left field fence, at a very op portune time, and immediately began to figure on Gusky's silk hat. The biz hit couldn't well have been made at a better time, because It seemed to change what looked like a sure de feat into a glorious victory, even though the victims were the youn...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 May 1889

fy' ? IfSj? .? ' ' y r THE PITTSBtTRG-' DISFATGW,' T&UR&D'JS:, MA.3r,;t2, "188?., 'h m:x' Ji & ISTHE-HEIRESSDEAM - Mil An Important Allegation Sworn to by Jnlia Sheehan's Uncle, AFFEGTIKGLIVE JCLIA'sbHAKCES. Preliminary Injunctions, One for the City, One for a Farmer. A TAEALTZED OtPHAX'S LEGAL PLEA The very nice, quite important and equally puzzling question now arises, Is Julia Mary Sheehan dead, or is the Julia Mary Mitchell, alias Sheehan, who is now in court,claiming to be the only childof Thomas Sheehan's second marriage the real heiress to that 500,000 or SSO.000 estate which Thomas left? The evidence for and against her claim, before Judge Hawking in the Orphans' Court, assumed this very interest ing phase yesterday: The identification by birthmark, the much-testified resemblance to Thomas Sheehan, the father, and the young lady's own statement that she is the heiress, the long-lost Julia, are all con fronted by the testimony of the witness who was next to the la...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 May 1889

TWW- -'in sSJCrv' W? W " & 8 THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, u THURSDAY, MAT 2,1889: V &' -'.&-,' H' STARTS WITHAMHT The Society of the Sons of the Ameri can Beyolution Formed. THE COMING POLITICAL PARTY. GoTernor Green, of Xew Jersej, is Called a Copperhead. 2fEW TORE HAS TO TAKE A BACK SEAT. Descendants ef EeTrtntloniry Heroes Bare a Eeal lively Time. Fighting Hood appears to be hereditary. A number of descendants of Bevolutionary jeroes met in New York yesterday to per fect a national organization. The proceed ings opened with a lively fight on New York, and closed with an attack on GoT ernor Green. The new organization, it is prophesied, will be the nucleus of the com ing political party which will wipe out Democrats and Bepublicans, rsrXCIAI. T .EGBAM TO THE DIBFJLTCH.1 New Yoek, May 1. The gentlemen who, as descendants of Bevolutionary he toes, assembled on Tuesday morning in the room in which "Washington took leave of his Generals in Fraunces Tavern, corner of Broad and P...

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

i I 'Amtiwr Mammoth .-Tax Dispatch ot Sunday next -will consist of Twxjtty Pages. 'New feature trill he " added. A fascinating serial by a popular young American author will begin in next Sunday' Three-part, 20-paco issue. . PORTX-rOUTlTH TEAS. 11 Foreign Brewers Make a Cut in Prices to Cover Pittsburg License Losses. THE LOCAL PRODUCERS (Are Serious in a Movement to Sell 2fo More Liquor to Picnic Parties. AFEAID irS AGAINST THE BEOOKS LAW tSensatlo.ial Rnmors About Judge White's Future an the Bench The Conntr Con troller Apportions the Exact Amount of Liquor License Foes Among Cities, Boroughs, tho County and Stnte The Pony Express Problem Constitutional Amendment Cnmpnlcn News Tho Great Question at Other Points of tho Country. Pittsburg brewers are worried over a cut 'in prices the foreign producers of beer have made in order to hold their trade in this city in spite of the refusal of licenses. Such a cut will have to be met by the local producers, so that cheap beverages may be t...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 May 1889

HHflfl GnUS "lii t Ws "-3S I 2 . NEW DISCOVERY Ail Exhausted Murrysville "Well Drilled Deeper. MTUBE GIVES BE8P0KSE, Changing the Stuffed-Up Hole to a Producer of 700 Pounds. IT SOLVES A PERPLEXING PROBLEM 'Description of the Immense Steel Pipe Line About to be Laid. " A BIG LIKE TO TAP BELLE TEEKON ' The Philadelphia Natural Gas Company yesterday accomplished what they regard as a treat feat It was nothing less than the successful revival of an old gas well at Murrysville. The well had been re-bored and completed shortly after noon at a depth of 1,582 feet It cane in with a pressure of 700 pounds, equal to that of the new well which was lately drilled in Bellevernon. The old well was 1,350 feet deep, and it had gradually filled up with sand and pebbles, which caused a great decline in pressure. It was then that the company commenced to experiment upon drilling deeper for another vein of gas. As a general thing similar attempts hare usually proved unsuccessful. In some cases salt wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 May 1889

fTf -'Mr' f EP BT DIWHE HEALING. A Kuinber of Persons Testify to Some Eecent Wonderful Cures AT BETHANY H011E ANNIVERSARY. What Doctors Could Not Do, a Higher Power Has Accomplished. THE KEW BELIEF IS BEABIKG FEUIT The third anniversary of the founding of Bethany Home, on Center avenue, was celebrated yesterday by the advocates of and believers in divine healing. A more cultured and intelligent audience could scarcely have been found anywhere than the one that comfortably filled the spacious parlors of Miss Mary Moorhead's former home yesterday afternoon, and there was also a large attendance at the meeting in the evening. Hiss Moorhead in a short talk reviewed the history of the work done in the past three years; of the number who had regained health and strength through a strong belief in the doctrine that Jesus is able to heal the body as veil as redeem the soul. In fact tome of the most marvelous cares have been accom plished. She explained that their ideas are based entirely on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 May 1889

'"V &? f -JSrWi fv,?" 5;isi ..rafttvi 6'S,isaKffi"' ' ;-, THE PITTSBTDTEa rfTTOTnA-W '.: . ?:"'- - ' I 1 r BippljJj. w ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1SML Vol. 41, No. 85. Entered it Pittsburg Postofflce, November 11, 1857, as tecond-class nutter. BufilnssOfflce-GTand 89 Fifth Avenue, News Rooms and Publishlngr House-75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average net circulation of the daily edi tion of The Dispatch for ilx months ending May 1.1SS9. 28,051 Copies per Issue, Average net circulation of the Sunday edU lion ef The Dispatch for April. 1SS9, 46,143 Copies per Ihbc. TBIIS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FREE IX THE UXITZD BTATES. D.ULY Dispatch. One Year 1 8 00 Daily DisrATcn, Ter Quarter SCO Uailt DisrATCn. One Month 70 1UILT DISFATCU, Including Sunday, one year .- W DAttY Dispatch, Including Sunday, per Quarter ; 2 50 Daily Dispatch, including Sanday, one .month 90 Euxday DisrATCH, oneyear. 2 50 Weekly Dispatch, oneyear 1 25 The Dailt Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at IScents per week, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 May 1889

-. -ra :- 9 Le -iji .- -Itj " , irr''rsK'rr me--'' 'rna I DANGER IN A CORPSE. The Grade Crossing Bill, Though Dead, Bears Very Glose Watching. I ate Appropriation Committee to-day to ask a reconsideration ol the negative report ot ine ITS "OPPOKEKTS ALL OH GUARD. Mayor HcCallin Writes a Strong Letter in Opposition to It DRESS TOIFOEHS FOE THE KILITIA. IFKOMA ETAIT COKRESPOXDKST.I Habkisbubo, May 2. Prominent mer cantile men came from Philadelphia this morning, and from Pittsburg this afternoon, - to use their influence on members of the Senate against a reconsideration of the grade crossing bill. They were lold some things about Senatorial courtesy, and said that if the bill had to be reconsidered on that score they wanted assurances that it would not be passed finally. Before they went to their hotels to supper they had made up their minds that they were safe. The Pittsburgers present are "William E. Schmertz, Presi dent of the Chamber of Commerce, fho, with James B. Scott and J. M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 May 1889

TEE PiTTSBITRG- DISPATCH, ??; LY 3.V-1889; : N m 6 f4 i CleTelands Speedy Pitcher Beats thp Home Talent. merely said Strieker hadn't - touched him. Lynch really seems to think that he 1 Ihe only person engaged in the baseball business." OLD GALYItf IS HIT HAED. Manager Phillips Opinion of Umpire Lynch's Fining Methods. OTflEE GAMES EAST AND WEST. KNOCKED 'EM BOTH OPT. GnmbertABd Tener Get a. Dose at Indian npolla. Ikdiahapolis. May 2. The home team de feated the Chicago club to-day in a game that abounded in batting and run-getting. The In dianapolis batters knocked Gnmbert ont ot the box in the second inning, and Tener was sub stituted, but in the fourth inning the home team scored lour runs, and a little later in the came Gumbert was reinstated. The playing of Pfeffor was unusually brilliant Score: IXDIANT'S bb? it! The Hoosiers Knock Gumbert and Tener Oat of the Box. JSMBESTIKG BASE BALD GOSSIP The fact has been fully demonstrated that those little chaps from Cleveland are very t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 May 1889

-k ". MAT M THE HOOF. v Full Eetums of Week's Transactions "at liberty Tards. CATTLE DEPRESSED AND LOWER. Sheep ana Iambs Follow Suit, Supplies Being Above Wants. HOGS STEADI-rfiODCCTS DBOOPING. Office of Ptttsbcbo Dispatch, 1 Thcbsdat, May 2, 1SS9. J With returns all in it seems that local cattle receipts were 300 head less this week than last and through receipts 240 more. In this week's receipts were tea loads of stack ers from Chicago. There v ere lew primes in the market; The ontsiOe weight was little above 1,400 pounds. Markets were sluggish and at last accounts a number ofloads were unsold. There is a differ ence of opinion among stockmen as to decline. The general view is that prices are off from 15c to 20c from rates of last week. Some dealers hold that fine, smooth butcher stock, weiring about 1.200 pounds, hold up to prices of a week ago. The beeves which meet the wants of the local butcher trade suffer least from the de moralization of the cattle markets. The steer that ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 May 1889

t 'JB? K -"8 ' THE PITTSBTJRGr J DISPATCH, FRIDAY;, HAY. 3) 1889. "'A - !: jV '. '. - ' ;' 'ff A FLASH OE MEMORY Causes Miss Mitchell to Charge Mr. Gibbons With Abducting Her. SENSATION IN COURT TESTEEDAT. The Strange Revelations in That Sheehan Heirship Claim. BAD HABITS IN JURIES BEOEES UP The Sheehan will contest was continued in Orphans' Court yesterday. The first wit ness placed on the stand was Jerry Gibbons, the brother-in-law of the deceased, and to whose care the child was first confided, and who took her ont to Keokuk, la. He had a Tory bad memory for names, bat said that Mary Sbeeban, the girl confided to him, had died of malaria. She was attended by Dr. Rus sell, and he gave the names of somo people who he said attended the funeral. As he left the stand the witness looked closely at Miss Mitchell and stated that the claimant was not a Sheehan; that she did not resemble either the deceased or the little girl confided to his care. The child had a lone face, and this young ...

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

Transient Advertisements, INCLUDING WANTS, TO LtTS, FOR SALES. ETCVFOR TO-MORROW'S ISSUE Should be handed in at the main advertising office of The Dispatch, Fifth aTenue, up to midnight. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR. NO LIQUOR Mr. Skiras Says the Impeachment Resolution Is . Backed by Lawyers Alone. - THE PTJEITY OF THE BENCH AT STAKE And a Legislative Investigation Necessary to Quiet Humors and Innuendoes. SOW THE NEWS STARTLED THE COMMOTIO1!. 'The Allegheny Delegation Divided in Its Opinion on the Important Subject. :Wuy the Eesolution Wasn't Bead, but Was Postponed Until Monday Philadelphia Members Furnished the Leak The Judges' Salary Increase Bill Dependent Upon the Impeachment Proceedings Allegheny County Members Holding a Club in Their Hands Which is Eespected Deiamater Doesn't like It Because He Was Xot First Consulted Andrews Noncommittal The Local Bar Association Expected, to Take Action To-Day Ylews of the Lawyers of the City Who Care to Talk Latest Piases of the Sensation Judge Whit...

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

ft- its f 11 BIG BOOMERANG. Sprung dy Some One in the Contract Labor Agitation. AN ALLEGED OFFICE CABD, Aiming to Advertise President Camp bell and Secretary Cake, IS CIRCULATED TO DiJURE THEM. Join Kelly Says There Was a Motive in it All, and Seeks to Explain. IFFOKTS TO HJSD THE PUBLISHER TAIN There is now a mighty sensation, borne on the breeze that has blown through labor circles for several weeks, concerning the alleged importation of those foreign glass blotters under contract. It was sprang last night in the form of a printed boomerang. "Who printed the latter, and who is respon sible for its circulation, farther than in the single instance noted, may be as important and interesting for some person or per sons to determine later. So evident a misrepresentation of a prominent and es teemed inlustrial leader has not heretofore ed in print, even by the most au enemies of labor; and that this .id have been done at the present junc ture, critical in its bearing upon a pending agit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 May 1889

wmpW- x. viTp r& iff- !-r?c? THE PITTSBUEG DISPATCH,' ,-" SA-TUHDAIT, MAT 4f. 1889. DANCES. YIELD $1,500. The .Merry Little Peet Around the May Pole Pay Handsomely. THE FINAL EVENING OP TRIPPINGS Suggests That There he a Eepetition for the Benefit of WOETHI WORKING GlfiLS WHO NEED IT Last night's repetition of the "May Day in Metric England," was even more Euccess fal.than the preceding event. The audience was made up of the ton of the two cities, and an aristocratic aroma per Taded every portion of Old City Hall. The programme, described minutely by Thk Dispatch yesterday, was crowned a lasting success, for which the efforts of both managers and participants are specially deserving of compliment. The spacious hall contained representa tives an de rigenr society, and the little dancers must have felt flattered as the jew eled lorgnettes in the hands of fashion were centered upon them. The terpsichorean "trippers" vied with each other to gracefully do their best, and it may truth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 May 1889

I P : . 4 THE PITTSBURG 'DISPATCH! -RATTTTmAV TWAV A isaa - ' : ' ' ' MEtBrnnrphnsiB' IS THE TITLE Or A New Story Written for The Dispatch by SidnetLtjska (Henry Harl&nd), Tbe opening chapters will appear in To-Mor-bow'b Dispatch. To-morrow's issue will consist o TwEnty Pboes. New features of general interest will be found lo To-morrow's Three Part 20-page num ber. ESTABLISHED FEBRnABY 8. IStS. Vol. 44, J(o. . Entered at Pittsburg Postoffice, November 14, XSSI, as second-class matter. Business Office D7 and 09 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing' House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. A erase net circulation of the dally edi tion of The Dispatch for six months ending Kay 1. 1SS9. 28,051 Copies per Issue, Average net clrcnlatlon of the Sunday edi tion of The Dispatch for April, 1SS0, 46,143 Copies per issne. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. postage rniE in thi united etatis. AILT DisrATcn. One Year J 8 00 UL1- DisrATcn, Per Quarter 2 CO Jaily Dispatch. One Month TO Daivt DisrATCH, Includi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 May 1889

;-T5.'3 8 :yi. .. i J y-r- . THE. PITTSBITKG. DISPATCH, '&&a?UEDA.Y, " MAT l 4 ; -1889.' B . S.wr V- SHAKE; SIR JULIAK Pauncefote Presents His Credentials to Harrison and They Form A MUTUAL ADMIRATION SOCIETY. The Minister Speaks of the Ties Uniting the Two Rations and PAIS A TEIBUTE TO GEN. WASHIKGTM. The President fietnrns the Greeting and Compliments the Minister. Sir Julian P&uncefote yesterday presented his credentials as British Minister to Presi dent Harrison. He referred in warm terms to the common ties uniting the two great nations, and gave assurances of the good will felt by England toward the United States. The President replied in a neat lit tle speech in,which he complimented the Minister and the power he represents. "Washington, May 3. Secretary Blaine appeared at the State Department this morning looking well and showing no traces cf his recent illness. Soon after his arrival Sir Julian Pauncefote, the new British Minister, came to the Department, ac comp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 May 1889

'jr, -.;o -r ? s " S a-T- life. .rf " ?5& !if; K 6 IB FANNYS FACE Inspires Ered Carroll to Hit Out for Two Home Buns. LOTS OF LIVELY BATTING, But the Pittsburgs Easily Win With Considerable to Spare. ALL THE GAMES OP THE DAT. The League and Association Records Up to the Present Time, BALDWIK JOIKS THE COLUMBUS CLUB rSFXCTAL TZLXCBAM TO THE DISFATCTM Indianapolis, May 3. The Pittsburg club has certainly made a good start on its tour, and the boys are to-night in a corre spondincly joyous mood. The weather was well suited to good playing, and there was a rather large attendance at the first of the championship games between the Pittsburg and Indianapolis clubs this afternoon. Among the guests occupying a box was Fanny Davenport, the actress, who seemed to thoroughly understand and appreciate the game. The fair actress seemed to favor the visiting team, and when Carroll dis tinguished himself at the bat in a manner that caused the spectators to roll their eyes in astonishment, her ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 May 1889

HliJiml m ! J f ANAMAZONEXPLOKER Frank McGowan, Afler Spending a Year and a Half Traveling IK THE WILDS OFSODTH AMERICA, Beturns to Tell a Tale of Adventure Eiral ing That of Stanley. BENT OUT BT THE WIZARD EDISON. He Succeeds la Ms Mission. After Innumerable Dan. gers and Hardships. A (1017 of romantic and startling adven tures, closely resembling Stanley's experi ences in the heart of Africa, is told by a young man named Frank McGowan. He has just returned to New York from South America, whither he was sent by Edison, the inventor, to procure a certain kind of bamboo. McGowan was cone a year and, a half, and traveled thousands of miles through the wildest portions of the Amazon region. His description of the country and the people is remarkably graphic and inter esting. New Yokk, May 3. Mr. Frank Me- Gowan. one of the bright young men asso ciated with Mr. Edison, in his laboratory work at Orange, has just returned from bouth America after an absence of a year and a half. His missi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 May 1889

el?f &T; r. 1 -, !' ' fc yi 8 BUSINESS SO EETTEE. A Beriew of the Situation Shows Little Sign of Improvement. 1R0K AKD COAL STILL WEAKER. The Centennial Observances Checked Trade in the East, AGRICULTURAL LINES ALSO LOWER. A Synopsis of the Beporti SfCeiTed Ij Bradstreel's ui . G. Dnn Co. The trade situation is not regarded as en couraging by Sradstreet's and IS. G. Dun & Co. General business lias been depressed in the East Prices on iron tend lower and the outlook for coal is not bright. Agricultural products are also lower. rSriCUI, TltZGRJLM TO TBS BISFATCH.1 NewYobk, May 3. Special telegrams to Sradstreet's indicate that the volume of general trade has been checked at nearly every city of special commercial importance during the week. At the larger Eastern centers the New York Centennial celebra tion was largely responsible. But St Louis, Kansas City, SL Joseph and New Orleans report less activity in demand and dis tribution for both seasonable goods and staples. Savanna...

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