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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 May 1889

Vi" ms vr? Rv i-K- fv X Jt -, w .w; V THE PJTTSBTJtfG DISPATCH, THTJKSDAY, MAY 16, 1889. 5" THE FIGHT GOES ON. Leaders of Quay's forces Hold a Con ference and Hear Eeports. CAPTAIN HESBIT IS CONFIDENT. Hr. Hagce is in Favor of Uorrow for An other Term as Controller. I1E HABX'T QUAEEELED WITH FLIKN The Quay leaders conferred yesterday tnorninp and afternoon, disenssed their plan of campaign and considered the work already accomplished. Colonel Bavne, "Wal ter Lyon, Esq., -who is to be "United States District Attorney.Postmaster Expectant Mc Kcan, If. P. Eeed, and others were among those who met at the office of the Press.' State Chairman Andrews was present to hear what was going on. Mr. Andrews is here to do some shopping, however; not to engage in the local fight. Captain Ncsbit, member or the Legislature from the Sixth district,brought in a report that greatly en couraged the assembled chiefs. To The Dispatch reporter the Captain said: "The district looks a good deal better for ns...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 May 1889

I I X I x t t K 6 THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, THTJBSPAT;s "MAY 1Q, 1889. - - mJM t A PI nQC ARPIIMCJir SS- EXILE IS A SUKPKISE. I SSSfiBHSiSSa I A FEAST ' OF 1PSIC, . 41 I 1 ' TT. r7T5 "1 n ULUUL nilUUIIILMil HABD osthe babes. Hanover .aj-M,. The Hozart cinb's Wonderfully Fin- M JLLlMh J-H riLUrijIL O O J. . JTL'11, J sst w tt.it nv.1,.. n...,.... ., ., vuw head almost t the line In l:teV, Bsllston second, . , , . .... - . sss .WW " Vx J : 1 K . . WTiikWB.nwtiftiAiwp. flreat ShaDB For &?lA?..J!Uii?JBJB3!ft: isheS EendltlOIl Of thfl Ut-T7 " We do not wish to be misunderstood 1 and novelties in French Satin are the de- I las -. v ti i f x iinn Krnm inroinnn. - A i nu wu ciuiuie ui ins vccuuu iawi utibiLwuuu - vjuhi i j .m m ano uoys Are Beaten at uos- KWToMC,MTi&-T-.bo.tnUii. SSSaiJStSS55SL5rrJK iQSSK SSSi. S'SS .' &M'ia mB(1IDm 1 ton After X'SZ1 vm BROOKLYN HANDICAP. "!&'S!t?t.fett OlUffl) ORATORIO OF ELIJAH Wf the weather. JSST w 0YIUSO IVIUUI,!! V" V1UIVWUU4W1 WV ttAFSC...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 May 1889

HBBU 1-?73r "Hr ." lVt- f V '-' VU 'W -A MEAT OS THE HOOF. Leading Features of East Liberty Live Stock Markets. CATTLE SUPPLIES ABOVE DEMAND. Prices Wer on All Grades, Except Light Butcher Stock. A PBOFITLESS WEEK TO DEOYEHS Office of PirrsBWRO Dispatch, 1 Wednesday. May 15,189. The run of cattle this week was about 82 loads against less than 70 loads last week. The extra run furnished fine opportunities to the few buyers on hand,- and they failed not to take advantage of the situation. Smooth butcher Stock, weighing 1,000 to 1,200 pounds, held their own in price. All other grades goffered a decline of 5 to 10c Toe quality of supplies this week was above the average Tor the season. Four or fire loads were prime cattle weighing from 1,400 to 1,500 pounds. There were few stockers and few were wanted. A few loads of light cattle welshing 850 to 950 pounds, were sold at $3 60 S 75 lor feeding purposes. Though designed for the butcher trade. It was the view of stock men that better resul...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 May 1889

t I 9 -s I j TgB FITTgBtrRG DISPATQB, OfflUfigDA7, MAY J.6. , 1889. . . v , J TITI? p A TTC17 nft'nTJT AY HAPPY COLORED CHILDEEH, KEW ' DXV&'tlfaMtfs , ., , , , t yf w ADTEa?8f mbsth, rgw ApygRTiaBaoraTB. ww ADYgaiisErTsv"- . ,-.... wew adtertiskmictto "- m sV , .,. rr . iii..u THURSDAY. May IB, 1SS3. , I ILL ML. LL.IU .M Tv Tlie Late A. 0, Smith's Sweetheart Tells of Their Loye Engagement, SEE POSTPONED THEIR MARRIAGE Because Her Mother Yery Seriously Ob jected to the Hatch. GfifERAL SEWS OP THE COUNTY COURTS . The case of C. H. Aiken, executor for A. O. Smith, against the Connecticut Mutual Xife Insurance Company to recover $10,000 on a policy held by Smith, was continued in the United States Circuit Court yesterday. Hiss Lizzie Genkinger, the girl to whom Smith had been engaged to be married, aud whose refusal to fill the engagement was claimed by the defense to be the cause of Smith's despondency, was called and occu pied the stand more than half of the after noon. She gave ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 May 1889

SSWflS tw wswrrV Fig vs a if.-'' '&?$&?. m: ?. , :- -.,-.. - -, & A RICH HARVEST Will be reaped by alL who advertise inTnx Dispatch. It reaches every borne and is .read by everybody. If yon are in uunc Know iispatch. poett-foueth; yeas. HISMMEOFBEI, Ex-Solicitor General Jenks Says the President Thinks He Knows It All. MILLER IS HIS MAINSTAY. Quay Pleads Coldness at the White House to Blnff Office Hunters. CAMERON WILL KEEP OUT OF THE SWIM. Jenks Expresses His Opinion of tbe Presi dent Forcibly bnt Kindly Ho Praises Attorney General Sillier as Brainy and Kerry Qnay'a Influence Great With Mr. Harrison An Effort to Make Southern Republicans Independent of the Nccroea A Good Man Wanted for Solicitor General. Now that ex-Solicitor General Jenks is so longer a member of the administration, he tells what he thinks of the President He says Harrison is honest, but is too wise to be successful. Attorney General Miller is Ben's strong prop. llr. Jenks believes the firm of Harrison ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 May 1889

i t I i i )for that we stand up to the bitter end. Tots resolution implies that, during tbe four weeks previous to June IS, public meetings shall be called and acitation is to go forward on very YiCrous methods. 'Sow, that is tho matter, as far as tbe Turners are concerned as a. body. Apart from them, there is an organization, which is com posed of delegates from all German societies, be they Turners, singers, workmen's lodges or military organizations, which probably rep resents 30,000 American citizens, has made it an object to see that every legitimate voter go to the polls on Jane IS, and place himself on Record AGAINST THE AMENDMENT. "Committees will be appointed for every polling station in the county. I think this a good idea, because they can keep tbe ladies of the W. C. T. TT. from getting Ionesone." Mr. .Gottfried Ihsen,of the Allegheny Turn verein, and Chairman of the Committee on Personal liberty of the Western Pennsylvania district of the Turners, said, that owing tt tb...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 May 1889

U 4if: ' fi? ?tiC - S?r '--? - .-? - ft - - vt J" tm BitLj.. 89-JHspIay atZvertisements one dollar jwr tguare or one iruerf ton. CIwn'ed adtcrttje merit on tMpapKAairanfL JrSaZe, 2b Let, etc, ten cento per line "" mw turn, and none taken or lea thanjlfly cents. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BRANCH OFFICES. For the accommodation of the public, Branch Offices have been established at the folio-wing places, where Want, For Sale, To Let, and other transient advertisements will be received up to 9 P. M. for inser tion next morning: Advertisements are to be prepaid except where advertisers already have account with The D1S-r-ATCH. rrrrsBURG, TIIOSIAS MCCAFFREY, 3K9 Butler street EMU, G. STUCKEY, S4th street anil Fenn are. . G STUCKEY A CO., Wylle aTe. and Fulton St. '. STOKELY, Filth ATenne Market House. EAST EM). 3. VT. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue. OAKLAKTJ. MCALLISTER & SHE1BLER, 5th av. & At wood It. EOCTHSIDE. JACOB SFOHN, Ko. 2 Carson street. CHAS. SCHWABM, 1707 Carson street. ALLEGHE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 May 1889

f 4 - - - ! .11 II THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH," FRIDAY, MAT 17, 1889. I r -- I Ije iW ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1S46. Vol.41. Ko 99. Entered at Pittsburg Postofllce, 2t0TcmbcM4, 1637, u second-class nutter. Business Offlce-97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing' House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average net circulation of the dally edi tion of The Dispatch for six months ending Slay 1.1SS9, 28,051 Copies per Issue. Average net circulation of the Sunday edi tion olThe Dispatch for April, 18S9, 46,143 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. J-OSTAGE TOEE IN THE dUTID STATES. DAILT IMsrATcn. One Year , S 8 00 Dailt DibrATCH, rer Quarter 2 00 Dailt DisrATCH, One Month 70 Dailt Dispatch, Including Sunday, one year 10 00 Dailt Dispatch, including Sunday, per quarter. 80 Dailt Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month SO EK.-DAY Dispatch, one rear. 2 50 W eebxt Dispatch, one year 13 The Dailt Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at JS cents per week, or including tie buuday edition, at HI...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 May 1889

itf ' THE PITTSBTTBGr DISPATCH, PRIDAX, MAY 17, 1889. X TEACKED TO CANADA. The Peculiar Trace Which Led to the Arrest of an Alleghenian on A CHARGE OP STEALING $2,000. JIcKinlay and Foraler Involved in a Local Legislative Pight. ALL THE SEWS FE03I SEAEBT TOWNS ffrECIAI. TELEORAMTO'Tni DISPATCII.1 jfmr CASTLE,,lIay 16. The Portersville Savings Bank was broken into snd robbed of $-'.000 on the night of May 1, and through the Detective Agency of Marshall & Brown, of this city, and with the assistance of Cashier James Marshall, of the bank, one of the robbers has been arrested and is now in jail at London, Ont. Nine months ago H. J. Cook, aged 22, of McNulty street, Allegheny, came to work in Marshall's jewelry store, in Portersville, and the bank is located in the same building. Cook was a fine Jeweler, and soon gained the confidence of his employers. Be was an invew erate smoker, and bad the habit of chewing the end of his cigar in a peculiar manner, and this habit, togetherwith o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 May 1889

HHHHHHHHHHEflHjflHMisliflNiiflefliH(x m , - - w . - , , - - . lr L at - 6 THE " PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, PEIDAY, MAY 17, 188a" . B I i' 4 M . J . , , V T-lirif lirrn mm niTII Bostons 2 J ? X 2 S J-" ttBMcKeeillom opened the ball season this A H i IV I 1 I M H k I I M M H PV Ka BIBB B U IIIMIhllVI! ...U U A A. A. V U W u - V 1 i inn imu uunruii Tlie Home Talent Again Bat tered by Boston. TOOR HAUL IS THUMPED. Secretary Scandrett lays Hold of Two New Pitchers. BESULTS OF ALL THE GAMES. Morris and Conway Return Home and Express Their Opinions. BASEBALL KETO OF GENERAL INTEREST Game! Played Yesterday. BOSTONS 14.. ..PITTSBURGS 4 PjIIIAOEI.PHrAS 1G....CHICAGOS 12 WASHINGTONS... 3.... INDIAN APOUS.... 1 NEWYOBKS 6.. ..CLEVELANDS...... 3 St. Louis 9..Beookxtns 7 KANSAS ClTTS,... 17.. ..ATHLETICS 8 ClNCXNNATXS. 4.... BALTIMORES 2 COLUMBUS 10...XOUISYILLES. 6 WlTJSKIJXGS 19....DAYT0NS. 4 SPRINGFIELDS.... 18....MANSFIELDS.... 8 ECOTTDALES 6.... ALTOONAS. 5 TOBONTOS 6....BUFFAX0S. 5 HAMILTONS 14 L...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 May 1889

RWgl p s sr Wi mw ? fq ' & jrF ?3S s-. 'rf' ,"3 3 V". ' "Si.'.. ' fi m i , ;t .1 "Y V - MASQUERADED 'MILK How it Hurts Legitimate Trade in First-Class Cheese. SKIM MILK POSIKG AS FULL CREAM Feek'a Eeturns of Transactions at liberty Stock lards. CATTLE, SHEEP AND HOGS DBOOPING Office of Pittsbcbg Dkpatct TnrasDAT, ilay J. 2s9. Representatives of Chica?cj rm8 haTe been offering lull cream "necse to the trade Vithin a few days at 7c. A week ago the price at the Chi ag0 board xna 7C( and prices haTe stiff-- d . th t ., The nartlesw j(J offer fuU cneeBe here at ,care,ju aln English, palpable frauds, and the won aer ,3 q, they caa find top,. -V0D'..bly one-hall the so-called full cream """-ess brought to this market Is manufactured '.rom cottonseed oil and blue skim milt. Large quantities of this miserable stuff are coming to the market marked Ohio cheese. The agent who proffers to deliver full cream cheese to the trade' here at 6!7c is offering at a fall cent and a half below the cos...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 May 1889

It 1 I r I GOSPELKTHEOODS The Programme Now Completed for the Yalley Campmeetins. LEWIS MILLER WILL BE ON HMD, Besides Bishops Vincent and llallalieu and Other Eminent Hen. " TTEEN THE OTHEE CAMPS WILL OPEN The programme for the Taller camp on the Allegheny rirer is about completed. lEev. J. W. Miles, Presiding Elder of the Pittsburg district, will have chargeuf the meeting. Since the last meeting the grounds have been beautified, but no new cottages hare been built so far as could be. learned. An excursion will be run to the camp grounds on Decoration Say to give people who have not been there a chance to see the place. The hotel will be opened for the day to accommodate the visitors. Yesterday Key. Dr. Miles, Presiding elder of the district, went to Delaware, where a meeting of bishops is being held. He will endeavor to induce some of them to at tend the campmceting. They will probably he Bishops Vincent, of New York, and Uallalleu, oi-newurieans. uisnop jn ewman was lnroeo, but h...

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

.flit Transient Advertisements, tWY- '- 7r 3te 'Wiri 3 : " -- - - 'Sr D 1 . ;C"Jr - -- TrjSratiSflrafeHraW S" - Jill ')pHs, Should bo banded in at the main advertising v1 T"t a 3 WWWfr ''Vm Br ''' For to-mo rtV-,ja up to 9 o'clock P. x. , Jj W- office of Tip: Dispatch, Fifth avenue, np to -? W t W a.. V J Forllstof bJe n the various die-, '. J I Wife - -- midnight. . 1 " 1 , . . trictssee "ilffiQg?. i, -- 7 i&v 'r f "i. '". J5JiXiJ-'UXVxai a nn ru - iixxiouuxw, cij,uivuai, m,n. jl io, j.um j. ohjli r an a. .ol.vjujj. kwrj-jLA-LVAUAii v?aua.ij.u ,, fc ' -: : ; 1 ; ; iSTOifc -HE WAS HOT POSTED, Colonel Shepard Gravely An nounces That Cincinnati Saloons ARE CLOSED ON SUNDAY. He is Immediately Corrected by "Wire From the Queen City. ANOTHEE CEAMI CAUSES A SENSATION. He Distributes Circulars In the Presby terian General Assembly That Cnnse Him to be at Once Fired Ont The First Day Devoted to Reports A Reception la the Evening, nt Which Governor Beaver Slakes an Address The South ern ...

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

i i k '.v -A - If -. " 2 - - THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SATURDAY, MAY 18,,$. 188ft , r.' r .. ' " VT. - ",,-,- 'Vg THE ISSUE DEFINED. Mrs. J. Ellen Foster Advises How to Argue the Amendment Question. A LAKGEAUDIEKCE IS ALLEGHENY The Saloon Keeper Illnstratcd as a Hind rance to Progression. THE T70EK TO BE COKTUf OED MIHOW A large and very attentive audience was congregated in the First United Presby terian Church. Union avenue, Allegheny, last night, listening to an address by Mrs. J. Ellen Foster on the Constitutional amendment Thelectnre of this well-known prohibition advocate from Iowa was some what of an advisory character, inasmuch as the lady Ulustrath fly and pointedly sug gested to her audience how to meet the arguments of anti-Prohibitionists, and on what grounds they ought to fight. She said: The question to be decided in the State of Pennsylvania on Juno 18 Is not a question of total abstinence at all. Don't for a moment wute jour time to discuss the moral phase of the issu...

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

I' f t V I t v I I . . uriwirmi ! &l t -83-fepray. adturttxmev one doltar-psr. tquare or one insertion. Classified advertise ment on this page such as ff anted, for Sale, 2b Let, etc ten cents per line for each inter- . Hon, and none taken for less than fifty cents. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BRANCH OFFICES. For the aooommodation of the public, Branch Ofices have been established at the folio-wing places, where Want, For Sale, To Let, and other transient ad vertisements will be received up to 9 P. L for inser tion next morning: Advertisement are to be prepaid except -where advertisers already have account wlthTHXDlS- TXKB- FITTsfeURQ. THOMAS MCCAFFKKY, Sis Butler street. EMIX. G. STUCKKY, 54th street and Penn ave. E. G. STUCKEYA CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton st. . STOK.1XY, Fifth ATenoe Market House. ISTXSD. j. -w. WALLACE, 61 Pcnn avenue. OAKLAND. MCIISTEE SHlBLER,5thav. AAlwoodst. EOCTBSISK. JACOB SPOHN. Mo. 2 Carson street. CHAS. SCHWARM, 1707 Carson street. ALLEGHENY. A. 3. KAERCHE...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 May 1889

"W- &SF fva T?r- r - K ,EHE rPCTTSJTIRG DISPATCH, SiAITTIBIX?, MA.Y 18, 1689, r 1 A GREAT PAPER The Diepatch To-Moriw, Sunday, May 19, mix BE A TRIPLE 20-PAGE ISSUE, COXTAtNINQ ILL THE WORLD'S MS. XST CoisTsiBtmoKs Fnosr the Brightest WBXTEBS or THE AGE OS SUBJECTS Gbaye aks Gay, Ektektahi. .ptO AND IKSTBPCTITE. 0e Sl 'ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY & IBtflL VoLH Ko.lOO. Entered atPlttsbnrsPostofflca, ICoTembcr 14, 1837, u second-class matter. Business Office 97 and. 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing: House 75, . 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average net circulation of the daily edi tion of The Diipatcb. for six month ending May 1.1SS9, 28,051 Copies per Issne. i Average net circulation of the Sunday edi tion of The Dispatch for April, 18S9, 46,143 Copies per Issne. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE PREI IN THS TOITXD 8TATXS. DAn-T Dispatch. One Year I 8 00 Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter 2 00 Daily Dispatch, One Month 70 Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one year 10 00 Daily Dispatch; ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 May 1889

i"U Phi N' & Ajjf r w gMpife Producers Association Has Sey- W. . eral Million Barrels. mm . Nf;.Vi jZT - ., hlnn 'Ttrrrr nn & 'U H1UU uu UK TttlS AA&&T, When the latter TTill Pay the Cost aid Furnish a Handsome Frolt -'. 1 DEAD SUEB THIKG OH FITE CfiKTS Mr. N". F. Clark is one of the most promJ ' nent producers of oil in Pennsylvania, and has had much experience in all the oil fields that have been developed. His uniform success is something remarkable in the his tory of petroleum developments, and he is following np his good fortune by invest ments in the oil fields adjacent to Pittsburg. Mr. Clark was one of the most ardent advocates of the last shutdown movement and one of its sin ' cerest champions. He entered heartily into it, and, as a member of the Producers' Ex ecutive Committee, worked earnestly for it. The shutdown has ended and drilling oper ations are going on vigorously once more, and, while the oil market looks diaky, Mr. Clark is full of hone for the f...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 May 1889

Krumm's First League Effort at New York MADE A GOOD IMPBESSHW. A Few Mistakes Enabled the Giants to Beat Us. PITCHER BEAJI MAT SIGN TO-DAY. President Davidson Resolves to Keep the Louisville Club. EESULT OF GAMES EAST AND WEST Games Flayed Yesterday. JJEWYOEES 11 PlTTSBURGS 7 BoSTOJvS 14....CLEVELASDS. 4 CHICAGOS 11... . WASHINGTON'S..... 4 PHILADELPHIAS- C... INDIANAPOLIS.... S COLTTUBCS 9....LOUISVILLES. 4 "GiscnrsATis. 14....Baltimores 6 Et. Loins 11....Bbooklyns 2 SPRINGFIELDS.... 7....MANSFIELDS,.... 6 UjJIONTOWAS 17 AlTOOJfAS 4 LONDON'S 13....BUFFAL0S. 8 TOLEDOS 6....SYBACCSES 5 DETE0IT8 6....ROCIIESTEES. 3 TOKONTOS. 8.... HAMILTON'S 3 EaiK CbUXXEBS. 8....MCKESPOBTS.. 6 To-Day's Game. National League Plttsburgs at New Yorlc Chlcagos at Washington; Indianapolis at Philadelphia; Clevelands at Boston. American Association Brooklyns at St. Louis; Athletics at Kansas City; Baltlmores at Cincinnati; Columbus at Louisville. International League Torontos at Hamilton; Detroits at Roche...

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

-I "- ir FJ 'C- ST- 1 - - -- - " - EE lEBASNOSENTIMEBTy The Very Latest Charge Brought Against President Harrison. Ud-IOMAKCB AT ALL IN HIS SOUL. John B. lynch, the Colored Orator, Pro Tided With a Snug Berth.Tmt "EOBERT SSIALLS STILL SITS OUTSIDE. YTashlmrtfli Correspondents Fully Importance. Hire to Their And cow President Harrison is accused of another failing1. It is gravely reported that be has no sentiment. Otherwise, it is claimed, he would ere this have given Eobert Smalls, the colored ex-Congressman, a fat office. He had a rood opportunity to do-so on one of the anniversaries of a great event in Mr. Smalls' life, anfl failed to em bracelt Office seekers now in "Washington are anxiously awaiting the return of Sena tor Quay. rerKCUi TxLxa&w to tux dispatch.! Washikotoh. May 17. This being Cabinet day. and a Terr hot Cabinet day, the aregation of visitors at the "White House was small and mainly uninteresting. The only Senator to appear on the scene was Mr. Evarts, who is ...

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

M && " : iJ-f .- 3'B --vi "V(r" ?- 3J"?t -8 LATE HEWSJBT BRIER Laxard Freres have ordered 51,000,000 gold bara for shipment to Paris. Jndce JohnL. Mllbarn, of the St Mary connty, Maryland. Orphans' Conrt, was.struck and instantly killed by lightning Tuesday even ing. Nelson Colbert, colored, was hanged la "Washington, D. C at 12:54 p. it yesterday for the munier of Philip Wentzell in October last. HU neck was broken by the fall. Orer 1,000 ttoremen working along the water front on Brooklyn are out on a strike. They demand 25 cents an hour in lien of 20 cents, which, for the last ten months, lias been the rate at which they hare been paid. Chancellor McQill has appointed Chester Van Syckle of Fleailnpton, K. J., receiver for the West End Mining Company, a corporation owing iron mines In Hnnterdon county and Pennsylvania. The liabilities of the company are reported to be 9100,000 greater than its as sets. James Kelly, who was asphyxiated by gas on Tne&day night at New Brun...

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