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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 May 1889

SHE PITTSBTffiG , BISPAt'qh,. TODHESDAY, ' MA? 8, 1889. BOTH GAS MP SALT. Latest Indostry to bo Introduced in the Findlay Field. tk BUCKEYE VILLAGE IN FLAMES. hie Challenga Issued bj a Prohibition Campaign Committee. ALL THE SEWS FKOM XEARBT T0TCS8 TSrECIAL TEIXOBAX TO IHX BISPJLTCH.l Findlay, May 7. As is well known the rcat difficulty with which oil and gas operators in the Northwestern Ohio field have to contend, is the presence of salt water, which often comes into a well while drilling, rendering it worthless and a dead loss; or if the well escapes then, an extra demand npon its capacity will bring in the salt water so strongly as to destroy its use fulness for oil and gas purposes. There has never been any way discovered wherebj this difficulty could be obviated, but within the past few months experiments have been prose cuted in this city by a company, of which Captain Shank, an old salt manufacturer,' the bead, which demonstrates successfully the fact that this salt water, w...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 May 1889

K 1 ft P tV B e the prrrsBTiRQ- di B A I -' W . -MIMMIM -lM I I I I I I I II II..... I M ! I ! Ml I m iuiiiii wnAiiriicn iMct?re?v at brtinot's island. m 111 V mill HrHftrnr II. ss'js.sl.vsslss.. j i- K ous feature. Both Clements and .Richardson B ' hit the ball hard. Score: K ' . , PDILAD'A. B B P A ElKEWTOBK. B B ! A1S jliiu nuusieis juuiio a jluuul- wood, .... i i i o K Deleha'r.i. 1 S 1 5 0 Inning Streat and UKEr-iES ! i 8 8 K Mulry. 3... 0 0 0 1 0 B Andrews, L I 0 4 0 0 K, Karrar. 1.... 1 0 It 0 0 BEIT THE HTTSBUBGS. Sasatjjjjj K Totals 6 8 27 11 0 Midget Miller's Home Eua Doesn't - "Win the Game. THE PHILLIES BEAT 2JEW TORE. K? Interesting Gossip About the Association and League Teams. USTEEBROOK MAT BE EELEASED TO-DAI IETECIAI. TEtEOBJLM TO THZ DISPATCH.! Indiaxapolis, May 7. Although the frame this afternoon, between the Pittsburg And Indianapolis clnbs was the last to be played on the home grounds until June 11, the attendance was not near as large as was expectel The umpir...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 May 1889

tmw ?v k$M- ' "W- -X ? i m ' L sc . T- .- f . -T?-- , .. - TEE - 1 . COMMERCIAL. NOTES. Flour Markets Furnish Very Few - Encourasins Features. PfiOVISIOKS ON THE EVE OF A RISE. Harness Hannfacturers Report Spring Trade Extra Good, UITKOYED TOXE TO PBODTJCE TEADE orncE or PnrsBtmo Dispatch, T. Tuesdat, May 7, 18S9. f The current number of the Minneapolis Miller finds fevr crumbs of comfort from the wheat nnd flour situation. Among many mournful reflections in the editorial columns are th'e following: "Our millers are, as a rule, a level-headed class of men, but this season has upset their calculations. ' Statis tics have been misleading, figures have lied, the unexpected has occurred. It has been a 3 ear of mistakes for millers and their cus tomers. Consumers bought vhen they should have refused, and could not be per suaded to buy when it was to their interest. There is more interest in speculative bread stuffs than in either actual wheat or flour. The flour market has no encouraging...

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

-ibs 3 a ff.v" 5-T" , "f Tr THE PITTnRG . DISPATCH,. "CEDNESDIt, MAY -8" 888L- a j&-"C 'J aSfA I 1 R k i r sticks to his stoby; General Bnller Clinches His Allega tions of Porter's Cowardice. BOTH BDSI BR1KGING OUT BOOKS, For Which Thej Anticipate a Tery Wide Circulation, Thanks to THE FREE ADVERTISING THE!" GET. JL Renewal of the Original Churn Made Against the Admiral. Goneral Butler and Admiral Porter con tinue to reap all the benefit of advance ad vertising they can get to boom their forth coming books. Yesterday was Porter's day. To-day General Butler trill come back at the Admiral, repeating all his charges IBrlClAL TELEGRAM TO TBX DISPATCH.! "Washington, May 7. Admiral Porter is preparing a review of his movement at the taking of Jfew Orleans, to show that he didn't ran owar. Although General Butler was also deeply immersed in books and pa pers, preparing to "fire abroadside" at Por ter, he had time to lean back in his chair, chew his substitute for tobacco furiously, and...

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

. - -s ' A RICH HARVEST Will lift reaned advertise In The Dispatch. It readies every homo and Is read by everybody. If you are In business let the tuDiic known 3ISPATCH. JOKTY-POTJKTH TEAR SHIRAS Ke Demands the Publication of His Letters to Judge White, Who, He Says, DID NOT TELL THE TRUTH. The Court Ruins a Councilman, Who is the Victim of a Conspiracy. war an iktestigatiox is mcessaey. Hon. George Sulrns Makes HI Last State tncDt He Pointedly Denies Judge White's Statement Challenge the Production of Hi Letters FaUe and Anonymous Allegation Deprive a Good Citizen of Reputation and Business o Profes sional Prestige or Political Favors Craved The Bur Demands an Investiga tion Liquor Men Wrre Not Concerned Is the Impeachment Proceedings He Claims There Are Still Good Reasons for an Inquiry Into License Conrt Methods. Hon. George Shiras has made, what he Bays, is his last statement in regard to the impeachment proceedings against Judge "White. He insists that His Honor has not correct...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 May 1889

1 V I 1 : $&: APAEMG-SHOT Hr.HemingPays Judge "White a Manly Tribute, ACT STAETS FOR EUROPE. He Claims His Honor Was Deceived by Designing Persons, WHO PULLED WOOL OYER HIS EYES. Certified Checks for $25,000 in Fees for the Judge's Son X. 0., FOE JOHN COUIDK'I IAND TEE PLUMS Joseph B. Fleming, the -wholesale drug gist, and Henry Metzger started for Europe last evening to stay six months or more. Before leaving Mr. Fleming consented to make a statement abont the License Conn and attempt to explain why he was refused & license. Said he to a reporter: "I am disgusted and discouraged, and am going to Europe to see if I can't recover my fronted cheerfulness. I have refused all along to be interviewed for fear I might say something that would prejudice my case; but sow that it is certain no rehearings will be granted, I wish to make a few statements about my position, by way of comment. "It makes me ieel very badly to have a legitimate business, that cost me 9100,000 in advertisin...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 May 1889

THE PITTSBURG- DISPATOHTHURSDAY, V MAT1 9, 1889. V' ri i y. s t I SUPBMQB GENERAL. llie Head of the Holy Ghost Order, With a Wonderful History, AER17E8 IS PITTSBDBG A YISITOB. The Most Distinguished Guest the Catholic College Has Had. SOMETHING OP THE OEDEE'S GEOWTH Yesterday morning the Very Eev. Father Ambrose Emonet, Superior General of the Holy Ghost Order, arrived in Pittsburg, ac companied by the Very Her. Father Strub, Provincial of this country, who had gone to meet him in 2"ew Tork, and by the Very Bev. p Huvetys, Provincial of the order in Ireland, and Superior of the -well-known college of Blackrock, Dublin, which has held for so many years the first place in the Intermediate and Eoyal University exam inations instituted in that country. This being the first visit of the kind made by the Superior General to the houses of the order in this country, it may not be out of place to say something about the career of him who at the present moment holds this important position. B...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 May 1889

?w- . t-: -, ?&" ' Sit, w '- THE POTSBTJBGT "DIXTOffOESblS MlYTi 9fm& $ &'"-" ? W- . 11 &$ Stfpafrfr. JSSTABLIBHED FEBRUARY 81 1848. Vol. 44, Ho. 8L Entered at Pittsburg Pcutofficc, yovember 14, 18S7, as cecond-class matter. Business Office 97 tod 09 Fifth Avenue. Kews Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 DlamondStreet ATeroto net circulation of the dally edi tion of The Dispatch for six tnoathi coding Wayl.lSSO, . 28,051 Copies per Issue. Annre net circulation of the Snnday edU lion of The Dispatch for April, 1SS9, 46,143 Coplea per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE TOEB HT THE L.MiAD ETATXS. Datlt Dispatch. One Tear s 8 00 Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter 2 00 DAILY Dispatch, One Month... 10 Daily DisrATCli, Including Sunday, one year. 10 Dailt Dispatch, including Sunday, per quarter. 2 SO Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one month .'. 80 SuksaT DISPATCH, one year 2 50 WixkA Dispatch, one year 1S5 The Daily Dispatch li delivered by carriers at 15 cents per week...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 May 1889

H jTJWi f THE ' HTTSBtfjfe DISPATCH, ' THDBSDAT. :HMr ' '. , 1 OTHffiG TO COMAL Parnell States That All His Corre spondence Can Bo Head. HIS TESTIMONY IS COMPLETED. The 1'oted IrchMsLop Walsh Was Kext on the Witness Stand. ADISPUTE COKCERNIKG HIS ETIDEKCE. The Amelias Delesites to the Samoan Confertncs Glre a Supper. Mr. Parnell concluded his testimony be fore the Commission yesterday. He stated that he had no desire to conceal any letter that he had ever written or received. Arch bishop "Walsh then took the stand. His testimony was objected to by Attorney Gen eral Webster. Parnell's counsel asserted that similar testimony on the other side had been heard. The Court decided against re ceiving the testimony. Loxdox, May 8. Mr. Parnell's examin ation was finished before the special com mission to-day. He testified that the recep tion committee in America comprised lead ing merchants of New York, representative citizens and ministers of religion. In his speeches in New York witness had...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 May 1889

fTHE PITTSBURG DiffiSS? ,THUESEAY SMA-TV,. 9'188?I 6 'ett. ' m if I ILOTS OFHOME RUNS, T .Smith and Kueline Line the Ball Oyer the Pence. A LINER CRIPPLES STALEY. The Washington CIud Finally Suc ceeds in Getting a Game. 2JEW YORK SHUT OUT BY BOSTON. Morris and Carroll Will Be the Battery To-Day. A CASE OP BRAINS VERSUS BASEBALJi IsrECIAl TH.EGBA3I TO THK CISPATCTT-.! Chicago, May S. The Chicago sn3 Pittsburg teams playeda veryeven gamo to-- day, the visitors n inning in the last inning bystrong batting. Staley pitched a -wonderful gameand his fielding was very clever. The Chicagos scored ia the first inniug on Evan's double and a single by VwiHal- 'tren. .Pfefler opened the second with a terrific drive for two bases to right, but was caught at the plate a few moments later by a splen did bit of fielding by Sunday, who "bandied Flint's hard single to right. Pfelfer made a three-bagger in the third but wa's doubled up with Farrell on the latter's line drive to Stalev. After the third ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 May 1889

ir V i, v "- ii, '4 IEA ON THE HOOF. Leajdujg Features of Live Stock Market at East Liberty. 1TGHT RUN OF CATTLE, PBIGES UP. "Poor Stockers Kot Wanted, But Good Feed ers Are in Demand. SHEEP STEADY AND HOGS DECLINING Office of Ptttsbcbg Dispatch,-) Wkdmsdat. May B, 1889. J The run of cattle has been between 65 and fO loads, against 92 last week and 95 the week before. A decline of 20 to 25 loads from the ordinary receipts never fails to stimulate trade. This has been the exped ience this week. There has been an advance .all along the line, and on some choice ibutcher stock the advance has been 25c per .hundred, and, according to some dealers' views,;even more. The bulk of the supplies were from Chicago. Those from the country were much mixed as to quality, ranging from very common to good only. The de mand was strongest for light butcher stock of good quality and fat, welgbiug from LCOO to L10 pounds. The range of prices for this grade was J3 80 to 4 15. A few bunches of prima cattl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 May 1889

r.fc. v 8 THE PrTTSBURG- ? BJKTmiIBimSWAYiUKX7 188a' fE i I i I. WILL IT BE A BOOM? Indications of an Iron and Steel Storm Following the Calm. SOME MAKTIFJLCTURE'RS TEKR IT, Because of Cutting and SlaslMng the South Has Inaugurated. SCALE COMMITTEE WOUE LIKELY. "That there is always a ciUm before storm," is an old saying, and iron manu facturers here both hope and fisar that the dullness in trade at present w ill soon re sult in a boom in business. The great cut of the Thomas Iron Company in t he price of pig metal, in order to shut out Southern competitors, it is believed will bi ing about a big revival in the iron trade. President "W. C Cronemeyer, of the United States Tin Plate Compan y, one of the oldest and best-posted manufact arers in this section, was in the city Tester lay. A representative of this paper had a talk "with him in his city office, and he said: "The iron trade all over the world i s good at present, except in the United State s, and I believe there will be a bo...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 May 1889

r - y v 4;- .- t AN EXTRAORDINARY ISSUE. The DlSPATCp of Sunday next will be made up of TWENTY PAGE. Many new features will be introduced, and all the new of the world presented in attractive form. Everybody is reading The Dispatch. rORTY-fOTIRTH YEAR. BREATHEOJTS IftSL The Pennsylvania Legislature Adjourns Finally on the Appointed Day. SCENES AT THE CLOSE. The Usual Farewells and Presents to the Officers. WHAT ALLEGHENY MEMBERS DID. A Complete Record of the Legislation At tempted and Effected by Local Member of Both Brancb.ee Touchlnc Scenes in Bonis and Senate During the Farewell Tableaux The Gift and Who Received Then Representative Fow's Funny Business. Repeated for the Last Time It Stakes the Usual Bit The Clerk's Vision of Life After Adjournment. After an all-night session fall of harry ing to dean no the calendar as far as pos sible, the Pennsylvania Legislature ad journed at soon yesterday. The nsnal scenes were witnessed at the parting of the two big families who have passe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 May 1889

y VV" 'Wn . THE PITTSBX DISPATCH,. FKLDAY,. MAT 10, 1889. 10 REHEAMGS Judge "WMte Settles That Question for Good. HIS EffiST DAY IN COURT. Josiah Cohen Calls His Honor's At tention to Many New Points. ALL TO GO TO THE SOPEE5IE BENCH Eetail Dealers Appoint a Committee Against Prohibition. THE BEBWEES FIX THE PEICE OP BEEE "While in consultation with Judge "White yesterday Josiah Cohen, Esq., raised several new questions in regard to the matter of rehearings for liquor licenses, and the per severing attorney will carry them to the Supreme Court next. It was the Judge's first day at the Court House since the night he announced his de cisions. He came to the city early yester day morning, and arrived at the Court House a few minutes before 9 o'clock. The early loungers on Grant street greeted him with a cheery "Good -morning!" and the old man who runs tbe elevator started it the wrong way, so sur prised was he at seeing the Judge back again. His Honor upon reaching the Common Fleas room...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 May 1889

T ? THE P1TTSBTIRG DISPATCH, PREPAY, 'MAY 10, 1889. itOCAL ANTIQUITIES. Moon Township Apathy Missed a Chance for a Centennial Blowout. A SCOUT DEN DESERTED IN 1781. Traces of Otir Knde Forefathers on the Banks of Classic Uontour. ZEPHYRS, KAIADS, OREADS AND SNAKES 2Toah W. Shaftr, Esq., though not a pro fessional antiquarian, is interested in that direction nevertheless, and his volant muse has lately been drawing inspiration from nature's solitudes along the borders of Mon tour run, where there are historic associa tions little dreamed of outside, perhaps, of tlie membership of the Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania. The boundary between Robinson and Moon townships is Montour run, and it is strange that a section so suggestive of poetry and song is not more familiar to people In the city. Though the solitudes of the valley resound several times a day with the rumble of trains on the railway that runs from the Ohio river to Imperial, yet the w oods aro of the primeval type t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 May 1889

-J-r-i VEi ' -, r THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, J PPJDAT, MAY ' 10, 1889. .! .V"? I fe ft j Bi ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8. 1846. Vol.44, No. 92. Entered it rittsbnrg Fostomce. November 14, 1SS7, as second-class matter. Business Office 07 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 DlamondStreet. Average net circulation of the daily edi tion of Tlie Dispatch for six months ending Mayl,lSS9. 28,051 Copies per Issue. ATeraco net circnlntion of the Sunday edi tion of The DUpatch for April, 1SS9, 46,143 Copleiperline. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE rBEE Df THE C20TXD STATES. DAILY UisrATCn. One Year..... a goo DAiLTUzsr-ATCii, Per Quarter S00 Daily DisrATCH. One Month. JO Daily Distatch, Including Sunday; one year. 10 00 Daily Disr-ATCH, Including Sunday, per quarter. 2 SO Daily Vibtxtcu, including Sunday, one month 90 EiWDAY Dispatch, oneycar. ...i.. 160 Vxtely Dispatch, one year.... IIS The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at IJ cents per week, orincludlngtheSundaye...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 May 1889

K W 'fcV '-y.i THE PITTSBTJEG DISPATCH, JBIDAYt -1A.Y 10,' 188& J-; fc S.V fiu ONE HEGBO ALLOWED Southern Episcopalians Admit a Sol itary Colored Clergyman, BDT PUT TBE LINE EIGHT THERE. IheEesult is a Compromise Between Con tending Factions. BOME SECEDEKS KEFUSE TO RETURN ISTXCUXi TILIOBUC TO THI DISflTCH.1 Chaeixstost, S. C, May 9. The Epis copal Diocesan Convention, In session at Aiken, has finally settled the negro ques tion. Alter the convention -was organized Bishop Howe delivered his address, in -which is the following reference to the negro ques tion: "The questions which have rent us asun der have no doubt tended to cool interest in one another, and to impede diocesan work. "Whether these questions can be settled so that we can all work harmoniously together once more and the parishes resume their ac customed places remains to be seen. I am not sanguine here, but Of one thing I am as sured, however it may go out with us, and however parishes may go out one by one like s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 May 1889

??ft .J: , 5?1 . - .! ,V t."?' THE PITTSBTJRG- DISPATCH, . YSSDKJ.K MAY. 10.' 188.9., " I tr U-- i I He Beiits the Eecord and Proc tor Enott. TUEF TALENT SUBPEISED. The Favorite Swerves and is De feated by a Nose. M'LAUGHLIN RULE DOFF THE TEACK He is Charged With Falling Terra Cotta at Jfashrille. GBKERAL SPORTING SEWS OF THE DAT , fCTECUX TDJCGEJLX TO TUT DISPATCH.1 Louisville, May 9. Never in the his tory of the classic Kentucky Derby has this great race been ran under more favor able anspices than the one that Spokane won to-day, be making the fastest time ever made in the history of this race. The weather was more like summer than spring, and, beinc so warm, everybody seemed anx ious to escape the heat and dust of the city and spend the alternoon in watching the thoroughbreds contend for supremacy on Churchill Downs. But the 15,000 people who went to the downs did not escape the dust and heat,, for the latter was almost as unbearable and the former frightfully stifling. The peop...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 May 1889

tWFl rv&a t r ,. -' LOCAL LITE STOCK;! Full Eeturns of Week's Transactions at Liberty Yards. LIGHTEST CATTLE BUN 'fQiS IEAB. Heaty Supplies of Srp ana lambs Markets T'y strong. HOGS CLOSE J'.wiEir AT AS ADVANCE Oir OF PlTTSBUEG DISPATCH,") THUKSDAT, May 9, 18S9. f "With r tbtns for the week all In it appears that loci receipts fall short of last week by 360 h 43,3 By going back to the record it is discovered tnat local receipts of cattle this w.cek are the lightest lor a year past. By reference to returns for last October and No vember St is ascertained tnat the local trade .demanded weekly from S.0U0 to 4.000 head. 'Supplies this week are not one-third the gen eral weekly run of all last fall. The light nm has given strength to markets, and dealers re port an advance in prices over last week all the way from 15 to 30c per cwt. The. best sell ing stock has been light smooth butcher cattle, of good quality, weighing from 1,100 to 1,230 pounds. There were very few cattle in this w...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 May 1889

-u-3 m &' v? a THE 'PITTSBUBG- DISPATCH, FRIDAY, MAY 10,. 1889, ', V WRO IS EESPOJfSIBLE For the Issue of That Order Affecting Bailroad Crossings? CODKSELSATS ME. STAKE IS EOT, Bat Tries to Show That Higher Authorities Gave it Oat BIG LAWIBES IH TEE EAILBOAD TEIAL A CONSCIENTIOUS JUDGE Keeps Array From Court to AtoH Influ encing a Trial. Judpe Harry White, of Indiana comity, yes terday afternoon, presided in room No. 2 of Common Pleas No. 2, at an argument in a Clarion county case. The salt was that of the Second .National Bank of Pittsburg against the First National Hank of Clarion. It was to re cover the accrned dividends on 7,500 of stock of the First National Bank of Clarion, which hao been assigned by Theodore S. Wilson to therplaintiff. The arRument on the matter was made yes terday, and was held in Pittsburg a a matter of convenience, belne a central point for the parties in the suit. The plaintiffs were repre sented tiyD.II". Patterson, Attorney Chantler and ex-Judge Cor...

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