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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 May 1889

: ,v. !??3 THE HTTSBTOJGt DISPATOH,- WEDNESDAY," ,MAYV 22, 1889. y 3 STUCK IK THE MUD. Bad Grounds Bother the Champions and Home r!FHE GIANTS WIN OKCE MOBfi. JManager Phillips Signs Dunning, an Ama teur Pitcher. PITCHEB BEA3T SIGNS FOB $1,500. Jentltscf All the Games aciGentnl BiKl&ll Gos sip of the Dy. Gamei Ployed Yesterday. NEWYOKKS 5....PITTSBORQS 4 AVASBnfoxoss-.. 13....Chicigos .. 6 louevii.us. s....15altmores 4 Athistics 8.. ..St. Louis 2 Bbookltss. ...... 14....KAXSAsCrrrs.... 13 CiNcnwxns 18....Coi.TiiBrjs 10 Deteoits... ....... 17,...BurrALos 15 Toledos ....HAirn.TOs (Ont) 3 rochesteks 18....torontos 8 Hahimons 6....Masfiki.ds 6 caxtoks 8....dattos8. 6 Games To-Dur. National LEAOUE-PittsbnrRS at Wash ington; Chicagos at New York; Cleveland's at Philadelphia; Indianapolis at Boston. American Association Brooklyns at Kansas City; Baltlmores at Louisville; Cincin nati at Colnmbns; Athletics at St Louis. International League Torontos at Syracuse; Londons at Rochester; Detr...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 May 1889

"v. :: ".$. .?-: f ' --' t' 6 BAD FOR THE PUBLIC, Tayorites Get Another hack at Latonia. Set- BABNES m GBEAT I0BM. Fljaway Wins the Valuable 2-Tear-Old Stake. TAB WINKERS AT BROOKLYN. Another Batch, of Illegal Fishers Arrested and ConTicted. GESIEALBPOETIKGNETYS OP THE DAI Lntoclo. first Race. 1 KedabKhax 2 Second Race. MacacxAy., Avoxsaix... 1 Lord Peyton 2 TJlrd Mace. MatoO 1 Obelisk 2 Fourth Race. Trust 1 Pb'ce FoBTtmATus. 2 Fifth Race. Fj-YAWAY. 1 DAtrSY F 2 Brooklyn. First Race. Bessie Junk. 1 RevelicEE. 2 Second Race. Joe Lee. 1 Tenney 2 Third Race. Eeceake- 1 Homeopathy 2 Fourth Race. Now on Never.... 1 Swuft 2 Fifth Race. , Chaos. 1 Crvn. Service 2 Sixth Race BATTEESEY. 1 UJIPIEE 2. BARNES IN GOOD LUCK. He Wins Three Straight Bnces nt the I.a tonta Meeting ClNCINirATl, May 2L The racing to day at Latonia -was only fair. The weather was cool and attendance good. It was Barnes' day in the saddle, and the lad won three straight mounts, ran second in the fourth race and third in...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 May 1889

r t'r- ??'" K.V- , m-- r- J 14."$ MTUKES LAID OUT. 8V Titusnlle Decides Oil Brokers Must Stick to the Old Plan. THE QUESTION FINALLY SETTLED. - s Kevievof the Keal Estate Situation from , the Standpoint of an Agent -i. 'lIBEETI STKELT DEAL CLOSED UP The Tote of Titusville yesterday settled in the' negative the question of dealing in oil iutures. After the close of business many brokers hung around the Exchange tele graph office to learn the result, and when it came there was both gratification and dis appointment expressed, according as the men receiving the news were friends or op ponents of the departure. As Titusville was all that was required-to defeat the rules, nobody waited to hear from Bradford, which was still wrangling over Enle 3, which pro vides for dealing in certificate oiL "We might as well shut up shop," re marked a friend of the change. "To-day's business don't look like it," re plied one of the other fellows. "If we al ways do as Veil we ought to be satisfied. I th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 May 1889

w' v s THE HTTSBUBG DISPXTOH. WEDNESDAY, MAT 22, 1889. ?? THE HOME MISSION. Charity's' Best Starting Point Con sidered by the Presbytery. A LARGE SUM OF MONEY HEEDED To Cany Out the Extensire .Plans Proposed lj the .Committee. THE WEST AHD KORTH WEST GEO WING, 'Ana Work Very Jreeessaiy Among Whites and Hegroes la the Eolith. Home missions was the chief topic of dij cuuion by the Presbytery at New York yes terday. A new board was selected after a lengthy debate had taken place. Kew Yobk, May 2L The Presbyterian Central Assembly continued its session to . day. The general order of the day, the con sideration of the fourth resolution offered by the special committee of the Board of Freed jnen, was taken np. It was this report that caused a controversy on Friday between Eeyt Drs. Dickey and Hamlin. Yesterday Bn attempt to effect a compromise between the two factions was began. Bev. Dr. Crosby this morning moved to strike ont a portion of the resolution which he consid ered would arrange...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 May 1889

jjf!3 55 naffgV qP' - w- :t- V RICH Will be reaped by all who advortiselnTHE DISPATCH. It Teaches every borne and Is read by everybody. It yon are la business let tbo Sublic Lnowit through THE IISPATC1I. HARVEST FORTY-FOTJKTH YEAH HE TAKESJIS TIME, Sarrison Gaining the Name of the Most Self-Willed and Obstinate OF ALL THE PRESIDENTS. Senator Quay Daily Urging Him to Get a Move on Him, But EB ALLOWS XO ONE TO HURRT MM Postmaster Larkin Assnscd That Bo Will Be Allowed to Serre Oat Illi Term The Qany and McBIanes StrncElc Qnay's Faculty of Always Getting What llo Wants, Thongh Sometimes Mowly The National Chairman VrrrSolid With Fostmattcr General Wanamakor Ex Senator .Piatt in tbo Same Boatns Col one Quay. Though Senator Quay's influence with the administration is very great, and lie gener ally.gets what he goes after, the President doesn't wish to have it appear that he is in a hurry to oblige Vhe National Chairman, so when the latter leaves the presence of Gen eral Harrison, after a...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 May 1889

PsSHEKH W"S"8S Vvf- .-- - ' -w- .!-". - w , & r K 2 Archbishop Eyan Here to Set tle the Ursuline Trouble. A FEW 3SUNS WANT $75,000. The Two Sisters Who Went to Borne Will be Dack To-Day. AN ECCLESIASTICAL INQUIRY. Mother Alphonse to Ectire When She Gets the Cash She Claims. THE DIOCESE HOT TO BE DITTOED The troubles between MolhersAlphonse and Gertrude, at tbe Mount St. Ursula Con vent, in Oakland, over which there has been ' an upheaval in the French Cstbolic com munity, are now in a fair way or settlement. An ecclesiastical investigation has been ordered by Borne, to be held in Pittsburg. The question of whether or not the deposed Superioress will be paid any money to leave tbe community will be settled, and Mother Alphonse will be expected to abide by the decision. In case she and her followers re fuse to recognize the ecclesiastical disposi tion made of the case, they will be interdicted or denied the rites of tbe church. HE IS NOT HERE FOB NOTHING. The arrival In the city T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 May 1889

:' .--,? .-' t&K SOME -BOGUS SWEETS. Unscrupulous Eastern Refiners Again Tampering With Sugar. J AFEIENDLT TIF TO THE PUBLIC. "Why Some Sugars Turn Canned Goods Sour1 and Tazzle the Women. PITTSBURG .HOUSES WARNED IN TIME The ingenious brain of the enterprising American is constantly figuring on some new and undiscovered way of making a dollar. Like Alexander, he yearns foe more; hut, aside from the innumerable legitimate business enterprises, the avaric ious and unscrupulous ones will show their hands, thereby throwing a cloak of degener acy over the qld, honest methods of manu facture. Especially true is this in the sugar busi ness. Just now the season is about to open for the large dealers and a private letter of warning was received from one of tbe largest Eastern wholesale houses to a leading local firm. THE RASCALS AT IT AGAIN. Following Is the letter: "We hare been Informed that tbe same parties who sold "bogus mixed yellow sugars" last season arc commencing to manufactur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 May 1889

BMf-fl ?m .5. -- "-4r 3? 31 v ' FJS W v ,vJ-' - j?" m ty IM. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1S18. Vol.44, .Jo. 105. Entered atPittsbnrgPostofilcs, ovcmberl4, 1SS7, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 PlamondStreet, Average net circulation of the dally edi tion of The Dlipatch for six month ending Mot 1, 1SS9. 28,051 Copies per Issue. ATerage net rtrcnlntlon of tlio Sunday edi tion of The Dispatch for April, 1SS9, 46,143 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FltEE tN TBi UM1XD STATES. DATlt DISPATCH. One Year 8 CO Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter 2 00 Daily Dispatch, One Month TO Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one year. 10 00 Daily Dispatch, Including Ennday, per quarter 2 SO Datlt Dispatch, including bunday, one month , 90 Eckdat Dispatch, oneycar 2 50 eeklt Dispatch, one year ; 1 25 The Daily Dispatch is delivered by carriers at IS cents per week, or including the bunday edition, at to cents per week. PITTS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 May 1889

WBH553S PfC& mVB$Y W f&HgTVF T f? WTi 1FF1 . -- cr ,,.' h ist i THE PITTSBTJKG DISPATCH, THURSDAY, MAY N 23, 1889. ?1 & DBEABT OUTLOOK Charley Foley Thinks the League Prospects Are Blue. SOMETHING ABOUT PITTSBURG. 'Of. The Hoosieis Beat the Bostons in a Good Game. ALTOOKA THKOWS DP THE BPONGE. Besnlt of All tie Games and " Jfewi General Baseball Details of the Race meetings, a letter from St. John about Tecmer and other portlE Newa vrtll be found on the Sixth l'ntfe. Games Played Yesterday. PHXX-ADEXPHIA.&. 4....Cl.EVEI.AKI)S.... 3 IXDIAXAPOLIS.... S....BOSTOKS 4 NETTYOBKS 1I....CHICAGOS 4 1JALTIMOKES 11....LOC1SVII.LES. 2 St.Locis B....ATU1.ETIC8 5 Ueookltks. ...... 13.. .. Kansas Citts.... 7 BnrrAxos "....Tolkbos 2 BYRACtTSES 3....TOBONTOS 1 LONDOXS S....EOCHESTEKS 7 Detboits 3....HAMll.TOSS(Ont) 0 Games To-Day. National League Pittsburgs at Wash ington; Chlcagos at New York: Clevelanda at Philadelphia; Indianapolis at Boston. American association Brooklyns at Kans...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 May 1889

JFfl - ITSf -tv. 6 THE PITTSBUEG DISPATCH, THURSDAY, MAT 23, 1889. 4' I? J f t I I CALLSTHEMCHUMPS St. John's Opinion of Oarsman Teemer's Backers, SOME BTBOKGVOBDS SAID. Grand Opening of the Fleetwood Trotting Meeting. A SERIOUS MISTAKE AT LATONIA. Tiro Eaccs Hare to be Ban for the Mer chants' Stake. BEOOKfiTS RACES AND OTHER SPOETS Details of All the Bnll Games and other ' Interesting Baseball News trill be found on tbe Fifth Page. Lntonla. Rtrst Race. J. C. Burxett... l Fan Eccg. 2 Second Jiace. SpkisgDaxce.... 1 Semaphore, 2 Third Race. BAi.i.Tnoa. l adelk si. 2 Fourth Jiaee. HYFOCEITE 1 MAOKI. 2 Iflh Race BASTALKSK 1 Wheeler T. 2 Sixth Race. IjETTEBOI. 1 GOUGHIXT- 2 Brooklyn. First Race Loaxtake 1 Salisbury. 2 Second Mace. BESEDicnifz 1 Ernest 2 Thitd Race. GTPST QUEEX..... I HOLUSAT. 2 Fourth Race. Inspector B. 1 Eurus 2 XXflh Race. Sir Whaiax...... I Tobmeittor 2 Sixth Race. Beck. 1 Long Island 2 Mendvillr. .First Race. ABC 1 Allie Rosebud... 2 Second Race. St. Elmo 1 Johnny B...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 May 1889

j3-IH XSJf 5?TMK"KPt "Wq T r1: ta . .. nr-. ,- . r tr 53tW!F' --r, .. F-"fir -. jaw e ." -" M j-J " f ""IIJ WI"i.r!. T'l "', ,- w .j.' x : A J fi-.f v -t : v ' s"1 f ( ' - - THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, . THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1889. LOCAL LIYE STOCK. Grade of Cattle at Liberty Yards Falls Below Average. LIGHT BUTCHER STOCK STEADY. Sheep and Lambs Active and Firm at Prices of Last Week. HOGS RALLY FROM EECEKT TUMBLE Office of rrrrsmjRG Dispatch, 1 Wednesday, May22, ISA J The run of cattle was about 80 loads, against 2 last week and 70 the previous week. More thsn 50 loads were from Chi cago. The grade of the Chicago cattle was below the average. A leading; stockman Raid: "I cave not seen as many low grade cattle from Chicago Iot many months as those received this week " Smooth grades of light fat Lutcticriug stock were about op to last week's prices. Other grades were 510c lower. Heavy cattle were neglected. Buyers of ex port stock have been giving the Liberty stock yards the go-by or lato w ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 May 1889

X 8 THE PITTSBURG DISPATOH. THURSDAY, MAT 23, ' 1889. : i t i ri THE USEFUL BAMBOO. Can You Tell Us of Anything for Wich tf is Uot Available? EDISON'S EXPERIMENTS WITH IT. 3lore Light on Electric Lighting Ij Henlo rark Wizard's Counsel ARGUMENTS WILL CONCLUDE TO-DAT Notwithstanding suggestions of Jarndyce Vs Jarndyce, the case of "Westinghouse vs Edison evidently grows in interest from day to day. That olaclc hole called the United States Circuit Court room was crowded to Its utmost yesterday. A considerable por tion of the crowd was composed of members of the Allegheny county bar, but business men's faces predominated. It is supposed that the fact that no matter in what light you looked at the case you saw marked all over it this figure "$," had some effect to draw. The decision of the case will trans fer much of what the character represents irom one set of pockets to another. Mr. Thomas A. Edison sat at the counsel table, and though evidently listening closely did not exhibit any...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 May 1889

MSgM '" " ( L ir" v 'iSwEjr i r A RICH Will be reaped by all who advertise In THE DISPATCH. It reaches every homo and . lis read by HARVEST you are in business let the ulllc Know it through The IISPATCH. PORTY-FOITBTH YEAH. KEiO SURE. The Assassination Mvstery of " Dr. Cronin to be Probed to the Bottom, GREAT CAUTION OBSERVED By the Murdered Man's Friends, to Avoid Giving an Alarm. THE CHICAGO POLICE IMPLICATED. No Arresti Tet Made, bnt a Number of Suiprcts Being Wntcbed The Brother of ihe Victim Identifies tho Remains A Religious Emblem Left on tho Doc tor's Body Indicate the Belief of III. Assassins All Thought of buflocntlon Kow Abandoned Denth Caused by the Blow of n. Sharp Instrnmcnt Postpone ment of the Inquest Until Tuesday. "Why Dr. Cronin was murdered and -who committed the awful crime is more of a mystery than ever. The body found in a catch-basin in Chicago has been positively identified as that of the missing Irish Rationalist, his own brother having seen it and being co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 May 1889

p 'MB- rf-ivwgw .'fv. ;V - ' -: i. ' ONE PARTISAN TALE, Bumors of Charges Against Postmaster Larkin. PAETISANSHIP THE CAUSE Senator Quay Says He Heard Them in Washington Wednesday, BUT KOTflING IS LEARNED HERE. The Party Sphinx Talks About Attorney Forter's Candidacy. INDEPEKDEKT FOE DISTKICT ATTORNEY It is rumored around the Postoffice De partment in "Washington that charges of offensive partisanship hare been preferred against Postmaster Larkin, of this city, and Colonel 2d. S. Quay has brought the rumor home This United States Senator is, thns far, the only local authority lor the state ment Nobody in the city could be found, after diligent search last evening, to sub stantiate the rumor, and, if the .charges were made, the matter was conducted very quietly. Senator Quay passed through the city last evening on his way home to Beaver, where lie intends to rest for a couple of weeks. He just came from "Washington, where he had en interview with the President in regard to ihe appoin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 May 1889

ili-w "T, r-wSEaafeJ !--f?. . S ,- V . ' Jt'-V -- ,'j-. . N Sfcv- I ATTONSTEEELKHMT Over 1,500 of Them to be Turned Loose in Pittsburg Streets, FROM ALL PARTS OP THE COUNTRY. The National Gathering Here Xext Month of a 'Worthy Order. PARADE IN WHICH AKT WILL BE SHOWN The third annual reunion of the Benevo lent Protective Order of Elks of America will be held in this city oa "Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, June 19, 20 and 21. Local Xodge if o. 11 is perfecting arrange ments for the occasion, and expects to give to Pittsburg the honor of making the meet ing the largest and most successful one yet held. Fully 1,500 members of the order, representing all of the large cities, and some of tbe most prominent actors have signified their intention of attending, and the local committee of arrangements expect the num ber to be swelled to possibly twice that num ber. The time set, being at a lull in the theatrical season, will make it possible for a large number to attend. The programme has no...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 May 1889

r l iS' ', I f j Ije BH- ESTABLISHED FEBRUABY. S, 1S46. Vol. 44, Ho. 106. EntereCatPItHburgFostoffice, November H, 18S7, as second-class mutter. Business Office 87 and 89 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 78 Diamond Street. Average nee circulation of the daily edi tion of The Dispatch for six month ending Way 1, 1SS9. 28,051 Copies per tune. Average net circulation of the Snnday edi tion of The Dispatch for April, 1SS0, 46,143 Copies per lunf. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FKII IN THE ENITXD STATES. DAILY DISPATCH. One Year SCO Djult Dispatch, Per Quarter 2 00 XUilt Dispatch. One Month. 70 Daily dispatch, Including Sunday, one year 10 00 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter. . 2 CO Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one month 90 Sunday Dispatch, oneyear 2 SO Weekly Dispatch, oneyear 1 15 The Daily Dispatch is delivered by carriers at JSccnU per week, or Including the Sunday edition, at SO cents per week. PITTSBURG, FRIDAY. MAY 24, 1889. TEE HURDEBEB M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 May 1889

) fW' '" v THE PITTSBUHG DISPATCH, ffRJPAY, MA-Y 24, 1889., , S W L I "" rn inii.nn.mni lsvrtn immtiKKyrKSTS. SEW ABT"EBTHEXi!LtTS. X) 1IGHT TO THE POINT. aiy A Mr. O'Brien Expresses His Yiows Freely on the Witness Stand. PEN WARFARE IS SOT MDRDEB. A 'Sensation Caused by Some of His Very Frank Utterances. CONGRATULATING THE HUSH LEADEE - LONDOif, May 23. Mr. Gladstone was SK.jircsent at the session of the Parnell Com- mission to-day. The cross-examination of Mr. "William O'Brien was continued by 1 Attorney General "Webster. Mr. O'Brien declared that United Ireland, his paper, worked according to constitutional meth ods, and advocated nothing bnt peaceful means to attain the end sought by the Irish Parliamentary party. He admitted writing an article which had been printed in United Ireland in which it was stated that Queen Victoria wasonlr known in Ireland oy her scarcely decently disguised hatred of Ireland and by her in ordinate salary. He also admitted having written another artic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 May 1889

"fV't w B&J -"l. H y i: K? r 6 FOOLED BYFEARSON, The Senators' New Man Does Up the Boys, DUNNING WASINTRODUCED Bat Be Was Wild and Pittsburg Was Handily Beaten. THE BABIES BEAT THE PHILLIES. Some Great Batting Between Ifeir Tork and Chicago. GENERAL BASEBALL KEWS OF THE DAT Games Washingtons Cleyelaxds.... Chicagos BitooKirss...... Athletics Baltlmores Cincinnatis..., Buffalo. Detkoits rochesters DAYTONS Gbeensburgs .. Flayed Yesterday. .. 6.... PITTSBURGS 1 .- 5....Pnn.ArjELPHiAS.. 2 .. 18....NewYouks 17 .. 17... .Kansas citts.... 3 .. .9.. ..St. Louis 8 .. 8.. ..louisvilles. 8 .. 5.... Columbus 4 . 4....T0LED0S 3 . 4....HASHLT0NS....... 2 .. 12....LOXDOJ.S 4 ,. 5....MAXSFIELDS 3 . 9....JOHS8TOWNS 3 Games To. Day. National Leagck Pittsburgs at Wash ington; Chicagos at New York: Clevelands at Philadelphia; Indianapolis at Boston. American Association Kansas City at St. Louis. Ixteknatioxal League Syracuse at Hamilton; Bochesters at London; Buffalos at Toronto. Two games at each ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 May 1889

ss' ' sSfl A WEEK AT LIBERTY. Transactions in Cattle at the East 7 ', End Live Stock lards. A SLIGHT DECLINE 15 PRICES. Slioddj Foot Gear Being Eapidly Forced V-f Out of the Market. Chigh license hard on cheap cheese Office of Pittsburg Dispatch. 1 officer TnCBSDAY. May23,lSK9.J " Cattle are a shade off lrom last week's prices. The decline was chiefly on heavy cattle for which there were lew customers. A number or loads were shipped to New York vestcrday. Smooth butchering stock welchlnc lW to 1.250 about held their own. There has been a good demand for sheep and lambs all the week. Supplies of yearlings and spring lambs were not sufficient to meet de mands. Receipts of hogs were nearly 6,000 head less than last week and prices advanced 10 to 15c For several days there has been little differ ence between prices at Chicago and East Lib ertv. The price of tops at Chicago to-dav is Si 40 to Si 50., a drop of 10c from yesterday. Kates at Liberty this moraine 'Here the same as at Chicago...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 May 1889

'swfi'- pV? OT Sy 8 THE PITTSBtTRG- DISPATCH. FRIDAY, MAY 24 18139. 'tiVSSff? V S m WHO EXCELLED FIRST The Beal Point "Which Lawyers Say is at Issue in the Edison Case. ISTERESTLNG ARGUMENTS HADE. A Tery Little Dog VrUch Cost Its Owner the Sam of $500. GENERAL KEWS OP THE COUBT HOUSE The arguments in the great electric light feuit were finished yesterday afternoon and the briefs submitted shortly after 5 o'clock. In the morning Mr. Amos Broadnax took tap the argument for the Westinghouse side. He stoutly urged the claims of the Sawyer 2Jann patents. The one new thine in all the lamps was the fibrous conductor, and that, he held, -was theirs. The Sawyer-Mann lamp was perfected, under the meaning of the patent laws, in March, 1S78. He described the Sawyer Inventions and experiments from Feb ruary, 1S78, to October, 1S78. when a continuous exhibition of the lamp was made. Referrinc to the Sawyer letters, Mr. Broadnax said thev were written when Sawyer was on a prolonged spree, and are ...

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