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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 January 1889

WW -' For to-morrow's DISPATCH can be loft at main office till midnight or at branch offices till 9 P. Ml ' All having housea to Let can reach the be3t tenants through tho Columns of THE DISPATCH. it- of FORTY-THIRD TEAR, PITTSBURG-, "WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1889. THREE CENTS 4J n O'BRIEN THE BOLD Faces the Thunderer's Court and Defiantly Pleads His Case While A TORY CRAVEN CRINGES. Bismarck Boldly Criticised by Lib erals in the Reichstag.- STANLEY'S WHEREABOUTS A SECRET. An Accommodating Witness Against Pnrnell Germany's Appears Colonial Policy Aailcd BlMiiarcU Defends His Course He Also Strokes lue Lion's Mane Hi Son Likewise Hatters En glnnd Stanley Has Written Letters, but They Are Withheld It is Said They Establish tho Tact of nis Safety. The Parnell Commission has reassembled. The defiant O'Brien bearded the lion in its lair, and, instead of humbly apologizing to the august commissioners, says he will do it again, should occasion arise. Another offender, who happened to belong ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 January 1889

's In K iack of public interest would hardly lie be lieved In other citie. I would not cbarce that the people were too parsimonious, but they are too busy in their offices, aiid their time too much taken up at their business to give con sideration to the matter. I Tiope that this meeting, small as it may be, will stimulate the Sublic interest, and that a people's movement e started said the affair pushed to completion, so that in after years it might be said that no nag. clique or set of men can claim credit for it, ana it w ill stand a monument to the peo ple. Mr. George A. Kelly followed Mr. Mc Kenna. He said: It is the duty of every pood citizen to partici pate in every enterprise that contributes to the prood of our city, and the Exposition project should commend itself to every citizen. It would certainly be of benefit to the manu facturers and business men. There are plenty of people ready to reap the benefits, but let others perform the labor. It is time people pot up and did...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 January 1889

THE PITTSBURG-' DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY THE ACTUAL ABUSES Thai Exist in the Present Grand Jury System of Soldiering. AN OFFICIAL OX THE JUDGE'S ACT. He and Judge Fetterman Think the Junk eting Job an Unqualified Evil. WHY SOT FIXD 40 OB 50 BILLS A DAT The sudden discharge of the grand jury by Judge Collier was commented on var iously yesterday, but, by a large majority of the rank and file of the people, and manv officials also, favorably to the Judge. A (.pecimen was given by a public man, who said: "You must not use my name, as I cannot afford to quarrel with some of the people interested on the wrong side. "In the first place, the grand jury is an institution which the people would not like to have abolished, for it is a useful one, it properly managed, but, of late years, every one who knows anything about it knows that some matters connected with it have been infamously managed. "In the first place, the grand jury is drawn with the petit jury. The Judges have a right to ch...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 January 1889

I i Mje Bipp&fj. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 1S4G. Vol. 41, o. SJI. Entered m Pittsburg Post office November 11, 1N7, as n-coua-class matter. Business Offlce97 andQD Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 70 Diamond Street. This pnper having more I linn Double iho circulation of nny other in tl-o State ouuirfc of Philadelphia, its advantages as on ndtcr litinE medium i!l be npparenu TERMS OF THE DlSl'ATCIL rosTACE it.ee ijj Tins uxited States. PAILY IHsrATCit, One Year S 800 Uailt DisrATcn, l'cr Quarter Soo Dailv Dispatch. Oncllonth ,u Daily Dispatch, including bunday, one year WOO Daily Dispatch, including feunday, per Quarter -50 Daily Dispatch, Including Mroday. one month - ! EC3CDAT DlsrATCH, one year. 150 Weekly Disr atcu, one year 1 3 The Daily Dispatch Is dellvtrcd by carriers at 15 cents per -ueeL, orlncludlneuiesundaj edition, at 0 cents per eefc. PITTSBURG, WEDNESDAY. JAN. 16. 1SS9. THE EXPOSITION'S PEOGEESS. The meeting in aid of the Exposition fund last ev...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 January 1889

- -,-- j r" - . , . . r -v - - j .- t -i .0- tvu.. .- "."I -.a l1 -V u . ' t?T .1- r S i- 3 3 "I ' i h i f W.JTJT V -' ' tf-,T ' II p T ' " " - f T -" TPV ?TK3UHn THE PITTSBTTiJG DISPATCH; WEDNESDAY; JANTJART- 16, 5ft 1889. ' OATE BIG SUKPEISE. legislator Lemon, of Pittsburg, a Substitute Liquor Bill Has THAT IS XOT FAVORED IN THE CITY Jndje Ewinj on the Queer Old Excise Com mission Proposition. DISTILLER AXD EEFORMEE AGAINST ITS The news came from Harrisburg yester day afternoon that Representative Lemon proposes to introduce a bill in the Legis lature to take the place of the Brooks law and all existing temperance laws. It will be in the form of an amendment to the Crooks bill. 1 provides for the granting of licenses by an excise commission, who shall sit at Harrisburg at least once, a month. They shall consider no objection to 'the granting of a license unless made on the ground that the applicant is not of good moral character and not a fit person to keep a saloon; or that he be...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 January 1889

THE 'PITTSBTJKG DISPATCH, 'WEDNESDAY,. JANUARY A k .0 BQWAGAE Why Teeiner is Eager to Meet O'Connor Once More. ANOTHER EACE PEOBABLE. A Remarkable Bid for the Sullivan Kilrain Irize Ficht. NATIONAL BASE BALL GOSSIP. ilr. Gasper Invited to France to Establish American Betting Systems. GEXEBAL SrORTIKG NEWS OF THE DAT. John Teemer, the ex-champion sculler, does not intend to retire into obscurity be cause of his late defeat by O'Connor. The .WcKeesporter comes to the front again by desiring another race with O'Connor for the American championship. Teemer has defi nitely stated his anxiety for another race to a Boston party, but so tar has not issued a business-like challenge. This fact at first sight may make it appear that onr local champion is talking for prestige rather than being inclined to show action lor It. However, a talk with a confidential friend of Teemer last evening seems to dispel all no- itions or ideas of this kind. Teemer's friend. ho, by the way.is in a position to ...

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

1 "s rm&imTi wmwmsm: mmvTff'wm&r-i v -f ' t THE PITTSBURG l DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, JANUABT . 16, 1889. IN A BUSINESS WAT. Situation and Outlook for Trade in Mineral Shingles. THE PASTTEAR A PROSPEROUS OKE A Growing Taste for Artistic Fire Fronts in Fittsture. FACTS AS TO HOUSE FURNISHING Office or tiie PrrrsBimG Dispatch. 1 Tuesday, Janqary 15, 1SS9. J The slate roof industry in this city is practically under theontrol of two firms, Aiken & Co. and W. B. Lupton & Co. Both firms are interested in extensive slate quarries in the well-known Peach Bottom elate region of York county, Pennsylvania. A member of one of these firms furnishes borne facts as to the situation and outlook of this industry. The volume of business has been steadily growing year by year, and has fully doubled in the past five years. The amount of slate handled here in 18S7 was little short of 6,000 tons. As that year was an unusually active year in building lines, it was feared that lSbS would fail t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 January 1889

9 i i Ilk ? I POLICE CALLED DOWN Judge Tuley Rules That the Chicago Authorities Have Ko Power TO FORBID OBNOXIOUS MEETINGS. The Cights of Free Speech and Assembly Jlnst be Preserved. AEB1TEAEI AKEESTS El,, OFFICEES Infl Similar Illegal Acts Create Instead of Prevent ing Crime. Judge Tuley yesterday rendered his de cision on the application of the Arbciter Bund for an injunction restraining the police from interfering with their meetings. He held that the police had exceeded their powers in prohibiting such assemblies. There was no evidence to show that the society was not a peaceable one. 2vo in junction was issued, as the authorities agreed to respect the law in the future. Chicago, January 15. Judge Tuley, of the Circuit Court, in a decision rendered to day, holds that the Anarchists and Social ists have not forfeited the constitutional right to assemble peaceably and discuss any question which interests them, provided they do not plot to carry out their ideas by the use of force ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 January 1889

.w - ImftP HITlHitllTiY iltHilftlrli splend1dpt??m 1 m. WUm.um.j I .r EAAZJ L P L LL, M. 1 IPmkf APLwJwAl iia.n, tenants through the m,- can be left at main office till mid- QT TJ Sr T (j fWH T fj W rmy f MEDIUM. c0?Mmn - E ? night or at branch office till 9 P.Jf. r - ' r FOETY-THIKD TEAK. PITTSBURG, THTJBSDAY, JANUARY IT, 1889. -f THREE CENTS , THE PART! PLEDGED To Submit the Question of Pro hibition to the People at a Special Election. COOPER SPEAKS PLAINLY And Says Republicans Must Act Boldly and in Good Faith. A SPECIAL ELECTION DECIDED UrOS Grady Raises a Point of Sclf-Respcct De lamalcr FaTors an Election In Jane Newmycr Object lie Didn't Want to bo Bonn- by Caucus Action Senator Cooper's Sperch The Position of the Party on Prohibition Some Unplensant Reminiscences A Special Election in Juno Decided Upon. The Republican legislators held a caucus in Harrisburg last evening, and came out very plainly in favor of letting the people decide the question of prohibition and high lice...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 January 1889

HE COWERED. Powderly Arrives, Captures D. A. 3. E. of L, and A3SWEBSS03IE QUESTIONS The G. 31. W. Says Tom Barry is a Lunatic, a Liar and an Ass. KICKERS SEEM TO BE SATISFIED. Those Serious Charges Against W. T. Lewis to be Befuted. TWO GREAT IKDUSTBIAL INTERESTS "Wc have met the enemy, and they are ours:" Ibis familiar telegram cent by Commo dore Perry to "Washington might have been sent by General Master 'Workman Powderly to the National head quarters of the Knights of Labor at Philadelphia yester day. Mr. Powderly ar- rived in the city in fm the morning and after dinner 'was es corted to the annual meeting of D. A. 3, by Master "Workman Doyle and other members of the order. Business was suspended and for three hours the great labor leader addressed the dele gates and cx-delegates, answering all ques tions that were put to him promptly and satisfactorily. Members who have been classed as "antis." and who have claimed that they would like to "tear his hair out," depose him, or anyt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 January 1889

OMr'MILLWOS'T do it Bepresentalive Stocking's Country Road Bill is Inadequate, AS WAS THE GOVERNOR'S PROJECT. If Would Cost $2,500,000 in this County, Nearly Ten-Fold More. WHY JOT LET CRIMINALS BUILD BOADS Governor Beaver in his inaugural ad dress echoes the conviction frequently ex pressed in The Dispatch during eeveral years past, that "the civilization of a coun try is marked by its roads," and refers to the "soldiering" indulged in by the granger and his sons, nephews, uncles, etc, public money being expended almost fruitlessly from year to year iu the filling up of a hole here and there. The Governor says: It is safe to say that no expenditure of public moneys yields so little in return as the road taxes of Pennsylvania. Onr entire system of road laws or rather our road lavs which lack system should he thoroughly revised and cod ified. They served their purpose when tempor ary roads were to be laid out and cheaply mad o through unbroken forests and over lands which had but lit...

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

I W$sm. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1S4&, Vol. , No. 343. Entered at Pittsburg Fo6t office, November II, 18S7, as second-class nutter. Business Offlce97 and99 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House-75, 77 and 70 Diamond Streot Tlii pnpcr having more than Double the circulation of any other In the State outside of Philadelphia, its auTontnucs ni on adver tising medium 'will bo apparent. TE1UIS OF T1IE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FltEE Ef THE CNTTED STATES. Daily Disr-ATCn, One Tear. 8 00 Datlt Dispatch, Per Quarter W Dailt Dispatch, One Month '" Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday,, one year 1 K Dailt Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter -50 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month. - 0 Sunday Dispatch, onejear. IW Veekly Dispatch, one year I25 The Daily Dispatch Is dcllrcred by carriers at 15 cents per -week, or Including thebundayedlUon. at 2) cents per -week. P1TTSBDKG, THURSDAY. JAN. 17. 1BS9. STANLEY'S LETTER, The letter from Henry M. Stanley to Tippoo Tib, which was telegraphed...

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

SARCASTIC SENATORS Talk Saucily to Each Other During a Discussion of the Tariff. THE COST OF KAISING COLORED MEN Said to Be a Burden, and Depreciates Prop erty in Alabama. AN IMAGLVAEY ATTACK OS THE TARIFF. f The Goal Eesults Which Would Accrue Fran Protected Tm riate. The solemn Senators had qnite a lively discussion on the tariff yesterday while con sidering the duty on tin plate. During the debate Senator Morgan, of Alabama, as serted that the colored people were a detri ment to the State, and he wanted them distributed throughout the country. Washington, D. C, January 16 The Senate had a lively time discussing the tariff bill to-day. A vote was taken on Mr. Vest's amendment to strike attar of roses off the free list and substitute salt. This was lost by a strictly party vote. The amendment increasing the duty on tin plate was taken up, and Mr. Jones, of Arkansas, moved to put it on the free list. Mr. Allison said that the committee had decided to allow the present rate of duty o...

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

AYMAKE A CHANGE ihe local Clul) May Start in the East Instead Out West. TROUBLE ABOUT DATES. Manager Phillips Denies a Sensation al Baseball Rumor. HOMEWOOD PARK'S PROSPECTS. Tlie Poolselling Amendment Will Xot Do the Track Much Good. TALK ABOUT MITCHELL AXD DEMPSEY An unexpected bitch has occurred in , the proposed arrangements lor the "Western trip of the local club next spring. The hitch may prove fatal to the trip, and an Eastern journey may be under taken instead. The matter wiil not be fully determined until Saturday. The cir cumstances were fully explained by Man ager Phillips yesterday altcrnoon. During a conversation he said: "So far I have been unable to secure suit able dates anions the "Western clubs, and unless we can obtain dates that will keep us busy during our trip it will not pay to undertake it. Secretary Scandrctt has written several letters for mo to-day and sent several dispatches away to the 'Western clubs this afternoon, and as soon as the replies to some of ...

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

LOCAL LIYE "STOCK. Leading Features of Markets at the East Liberty Yards. CATTLE A SHADE LOWER IN PRICE. Supply of Bulls Beyond Demand Sheep and Lambs Steady. HEAVY HOGS COMING TOO FEEELY OFFICE OF THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, 1 "Wednesday, January 16. 18S9. J The run of cattle on Monday was very heavy, being close to 140 carloads, an excess of 50 or more loads over the previous Mon day. On Tuesday a half-dozen more loads was received, giving a total so far this week almost double that of last week. The run this week has been the largest since the middle of Xovember. The bulk of the re ceipts have been medium grades, ranging from 1,200 to 1,300 pounds in weight. Be tween 700 and 800 head of common stock ar rived from Chicago. From 30 to 35 loads of heavy cattle, rang ing from 1,400 to 1,000 pounds, are reported among the receipts. "Very few low grade, poor cattle are coming in from the country this season as compared with former years. Mild, spring-like weather and plenty of good feeding...

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

?PWPWpBPWIW8WTWgWliPWPpWWWWBBP PTTTSBirnG'DISPXTOTiroESip Jt!iro:&Il317i889r fsf iHE WAR Iff SAIOA. Germany Alleges That She Acted on the Defensive) and Blames AN AMERICAN NAMED KLEIN. Bajard Eecommends Settling the Trouble ly the Samoans SELECTING A KING BI BALLOT. ext of the Correspondence Between the United States and Germany. The correspondence between the United States and Germany on the Samoan trouble .hat been made public Germany places the 'whole blame on an American named Klein. Bayard recommends that the Sa moans be allowed to settle the matter by electing a Kin? by popular vote. Washington, January 16. The Presi dent's two messages in regard to affairs in Samoa and Hayti were laid before the Sen ate and referred with the accompanying documents to the Committee on Foreign Re lations. The correspondence opens with a letter from Mr. W. Blacklock, Vice-Consul of the - "United States at Apia, giving a record of current events in Samoa from November 7 to 27. They gave an ac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 January 1889

SMALL ADVERTISEMENTS For to-morrows DISPATCH can be left at main office till mid n iffJi tor at branch office till 9 J?. 31. FORTY-THIRD TEAR. IT IS A STUNNER, The Question Asked by a Dis patch Correspondent of the Republican Leaders. THEY DID'NT THINK OF IT. "Will an Extra Session be Held if Prohibition Has a Majority? - IF KOT, FREE L1QU0E WILL rEEYAIL The Question Cause Consternation Gov ernor Beaver Ilndn't Tuoucut of it Bcnntor Cooper Sees the Foint Mate Clinirman Andrrna is Ea!vc Xevr mycr Thinks n Little Extra Expense May as Well Go He Would Like to Know Who Wants a Mircial Election Not His Constituents He Blames it Ail on Cooper. The Dispatch's staff correspondent at Harrisburg has raised a question in connec tion with the possible passage of the pro hibitory amendment which excites the Re publican leaders. He wants to know whether, if the amendment passes, it will not be necessary to call an extra session of the Legislature to pass penal laws to en force it. The next regula...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 January 1889

WITH SZUOO MORE The Exposition Boom Eolls Along Successfully. FIYE EICE FBIEXDS FOUND. The Conditions Made by Carnegie and Thaw Are Complied With AND THEIR SUBSCRIPTIONS STAND. ' A Big Snrprise Ready for Next Tuesday Sight's Mass Meeting. COMMITTEES APPOINTED TO CANVASS. The hinge upon which Exposition affairs seems to have turned, has been reached at last, and the business men of Pittsburg have come to tlie front in a manner that is not only pleasing to the city, but profitable to themselves. It has long been known that two well known gentlemen of this city, Andrew Carnegie and "William Thaw, had promised $5,000 each to the Exposition venture, pro viding three other business men of Pitts burg subscribed a like amount, making among the five ?2o,000. This promise has hung almost like a Damocles sword over the society, but, hap pily, it can be announced by The DIS PATCH to-day that the offer has been met and that three other men stand ready to make good their promise, and at the publi...

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

THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, FRIDAY, JANUARY ,18, 1889. 3d ADIEU TO BLACK AET. i -- Eeason and Superstition in Regard to the Divining Kod. A FAVORITE OLD IDEA EXPLODED. Tests by a Eesponsible Man That Failed UtterJjr in the Testing. THE CUKTAIN EUXG ON SUPERSTITION THE Black Art has been sat down upon. Sup erstition has re ceh ed a cold snub, ignorance and perhaps bliss of a certain kind must take a bark seat before the bright sunshine of the reason of the nineteenth century. The fra gile, witch hazel is no more, the playful divining rod is practically paralyzed. All this hap pened yesterday evening when a bright business man of the city entered this office, armed with a mj stic witch hazel, a pair of gold spectacles, and some chilly facts and state ments that made that mysterious witch hazel lairlv squirm The gentleman's full name, and position, and talc are given below, and though he sweeps aside the fond imagery of year, reason must have her sway. Countless oil prospectors, gas men a...

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

THE PITTSBURG -DISPATCH,' FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1889. le BiipMj. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 1S15. Vol. , No. 546. Entered at Pittsburg I'cst ccc, November 11. 1S7, as tiecona-class matter. Business Offlce 97 andSO Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing' House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Tl:l paper linving more than Double tho circnlation ofuny other in the Stato outside of Philadelphia, its advantages ns on ader tidng mcilinnt Mill lie apparent. TEUJDs OF TUB DWATCH. hostage ntr-E is Titr rxrrto states. DAILY DisrATCn, One Year. ? S) Duly Dispatch, Tcr (Jnarter -W Daily Dispatch. OncJlonth ' Daily Disi'atcu, Including Sunday, one year JOOO DAILY' Dispatch, Including Sunday, per qnarter ISO Daily' Dispatch, including Sunday, one month 10 SONDAY DisPATCit. one rear. 150 Weekly Dispatch, onc-j ear 123 Tun Daily Dispatoi Is delivered by carriers at 15 cent per v.-cei, orincludlngtheSjuudaycdition, at Hicents per week. PITTSBURG, FRIDAY. JAN. IS. 1SS9. LET THE LEGISLATT3E ACT. Coming so ouick...

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