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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 May 1889

"f'S T(; . Transient Advertisements, ',"' INCLUDING WANTS, TO LETS, FOR SALES. ETC.,. FOR TO-MORROW'S ISSUE : T Should be handed In at tbe main advertising v- -; j office of The Dispatch, Fifth avenue, np to ,, midnight iX.X JFQRTY-K)TJIITH YEAH OUtl HASJS WAY. jThree of His Pennsylvania Se lections Secure the Prizes, but THERFSTROUBLE BREWING. The Junior Senator Has Tet to Seitle With Mr. Cameron. 'HOW BOUND WIS PUT IN THE TUEEEN. iAShart Story Based on Events of the Fait Few Months 3Ir. Bound Determtnrd to Get eiomethtng Good or He'll Know Why The Prohibition Fight Against the New Philadelphia Collector of Internal "Revenue John It Lynch Stlra Dp a Hornet's Nest in Ilia Own Race Circles Harden Edwards' Plan of Getting Even With the Administration. Although Senator Quay's three men, 'Gilkeson, Holliday and Martin, pulled through and were nominated, yesterday, for the place to which they aspired, the victory is not without its drawbacks. Gilkeson and Holliday were Quay's second choi...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 May 1889

ilfS.T TinpW".' j? I T '" . V:.;T T p -' .- . -.'- -A-BEAUTY EECALLED By Preparation to Repeat a Funeral Service 27 Years Past. SCORES WHO PERISHED INSTMTLT And Were Buried in One Great Pit After the Arsenal Explosion. 50TICEABLE MEMORIAL DAT SEBYICE Between the hoars of 9 and 10 A. 21. on Decoration Day, Thursday, If ay 30, a sol emn and impressive service may be wit nessed at the Arsenal Monument in Alle gheny Cemetery, where lie the unidentified remains of 38 girls and two men, the vio timsof the terrible Arsenal explosion on September, 17, 18G2. The services will be nnder the direction of Garfield Council No. 15, Ladies of the G. A. E. The exercises will consist in read ing the burial services of the society, strew ing flowers about the monument, an address by Rev. R. Lea, the benediction, etc The flowers will be furnished by the Boho school children. The exercises, in as many respects as possible, will be the same as those at the funeral 27 years ago. Many mothers, sisters, fri...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 May 1889

THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SATURDAY, MAT 25; -1889, ? GRAND SUMMER OPENING let Fine Millinery Pattern Hats, Etc "IHEPEOPLE'S STORE. MONDAY, MAT 27. The acme of perfection in ladies' head gear will be reached in this extensive and lavish display, which will continue all the week. A special line of 300 trimmed hats and bonnets, including Trench novelties, will be on view. Ladies desiring to obtain, at a moderate cost, their head covering for the traveling season, will find an oppor tunity most rare in this opening. "We have secured an entirely new line of flowers, wreaths,nets, laces and ribbons which will be opened for this occasion. Prices are cut down, and ribbons selling up to the present time for 75c, 87c and f 1, will be offered at 25c and COc On our bargain counter a very large assortment ofribbonsofall widths will be put on at 15 cents. No such chance in millinery has ever been given in Pittsburg, and the popularity of The People's Store will be enhanced through this medium. Lad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 May 1889

1 ; N "n v tt A ;Mirror of thE ipe, .THE DiPATCH'S TRIPLE 20-PAQE ISSUE, -or-' To-MorKiw, Sunday Hay 26, Reflects the Events and Spirit of the Day In All Countries. It contains tho news of the world, collated and prepared by an unequaled staff of news paper correspondents, together with contribu tions from a list of contributor whose names are famous in literature and social circles. e B$M ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1841 Vol. 44, No. lOT.-tntereC at Pittsburg Postomc. November II, 1857, as secohd-class matter. Business Office 97 and 09 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing: House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average net circulation of the dally edi tion of The Dispatch for six months ending Slar 1, ISSfl, 28,051 Copies per issne. ATera.ee net rtrcnlatton of the Sunday edi tion of The Dispatch for April, 1SS9, 46,143 Copies per Issne. TERMS OF THE DISP aCH. POSTAGE FBXX IN THZ UNITED STATU. DATLT Dispatch. One Year. I 8 00 Dat Dispatch, Per Quarter 300 DAILY Dispatch, One Month 50 Da...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 May 1889

5?HE ITTSBttRG DISPATCH ' SATTJEpAT, MAT 26, 1889. M W jp- -A. ! (' ANOTHER FAITH CURE h -A. Hopeless Invalid Who Suddenly ? i Tl OnA ol1 WoU-Of? arose xrom ucu ouu .-. v XDEE NEW LIMA OIL 'REFINERIES. - ' ErMeace In Fwor of t&e Defendant ia the V? ' Incendiary Case. ILL THE 2TEWS PB0M KEAEBX T0W5S , flPICIAI. TEX.XCKAX TO TBI DtSFlTCB. IAjrKtiir, May 21. There is great ex citement in the little Tillage of TTtSca, Four miles north of this city.over the miraculous cure of Mary Detreyj who for threeyears has been bed-ridden, suffering terribly from spinal disease and spasms. On Sunday last Mr. E. Fenton, of BhupsviUe, a faith cure doctoress, risltel her. and alter several sea sons of prayers, In which Mrs. Dewey Joined, she created a great sensation among tlrose present or getttliE ottt of bed. dressing; herself, and wilkin about the house, apparently as well as err and completely rured. Since last Sunday there haTe been no signs of the disease which had troubled her so lone. Sinc...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 May 1889

&-.z--i w !' m ?t: 6 THE PZTTSBUEG DISPATCH,- SATURDAY MAT 25, 1889. NOW, DONT LAUGH, 1 The local Jellows Beat the Cunning Senators. SOMEBODY "WAS POOLED, Staley Was Thumped, but His Col leagues Pull Ont. CLEVELAND BEAT THE .QUAKERS. Carroll's Coaching Doesn't Fascinate the Local Magnates. GENERAL BASEBALL NEWS Of THE DAI Game Flayed Yesterday. PlTTSBUBGS 9...."WASHHrGTOKS.. 1 Bostons 7....Isbiasapolis.... 8 CLEVELASDS....- 5....PHttADELTHIAS- 4 NewYoeks 9... .CmoAGOS.. .... 1 Toeoktos 9..BurrAxos. 4 CiNCIIfirATIS...... 4....COI.TJKBUS .. 0 ROCHESTERS. 2....L0KH0SS 1 SYRACUSE S.... HAMILTONS 6 T0R0KT0S. 9....BUFFAL0S 5 HaMTLTONS 2....STRACUSE 1 londoxs 5....rochestebs 4 scottdales 14....johnstowns. 4 Bostons o....Isiiianapous.... 3 Hamiltons S... .Wheelings 4 Dattons. 7....Massfieijjs; 6 Games To-Day. National League Pittsburgs at Wash ington; Indianapolis at Boston; Cleveland at Philadelphia; Chicagos at New York. American Association Brooklyn at Co lumbus; Kansas City at St. L...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 May 1889

'- '- ra li .TjKW?7 x :. - eUT'UP WHILE ALITE. i .- '- The Awful Fate Which W. Irring Bishop's Brother Hind Headers ARE rOSITIYE HE SUCCUMBED TO. Mistaken for Dead While in One of His Cataleptic States, and THE AUTOPSI BEGUff MUCH TOO SOOH. Mrs. Bishop, lie Poor Mother, Knows Her Eos Feared Such a Dreadful End. A much more obscure mind reader than the late Irring Bishop u one of those who thinks the surgeons used their knives on poor Bishop before he was a corpse. The cataleptic state into which Bishop had been thrown, "Prof." Hazel thinks was the cause of his being taken off so suddenly, as it gave the doctors an opportunity to carve him to death. isrxcui. xxxxotmi to the DISPATCIM SPEHTGriELD. O., May 24. Prof. Eobert Hazel, one ot the three great mind-readers of the country, is now sojourning'in Spring field for a short time. In regard to the death of Bishop, over which leading doctors have been eiving various opinions, Mr. Hazel was interviewed as follows: "I actually believe th...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 May 1889

rKf1 SS' w 8' THE PITTSBTni"Gr! .DISPATCH. SATURDAY, MAT 25. ; 1889- 1 fcrft ? WOEK OF WRECKERS. "A Crowded Passenger Train Hurled From a High Embankment HOT A PERSON ESCAPED UNHURT, And Forty-fire Eeceited Injuries Serious Mature. of a FORTUMTELI TEEEfi WERE NO FLAMES, Or tbe Accident Would Hare Beta Knmlwrea Willi the Great Horrors. A passenger train on the St Louis and San Francisco road was -BTecled 63 miles west of St Louis. Every passenger on board was hurt, and 45 of them were seri ously injured. A number had narrow escapes from death. The accident is be lieved to have, been the work of train rob bers. St. IOUIS, May 24. The west-bound train on the St Louis and San Francisco Railroad, which left St Louis last night at 8:15, was wrecked at a point three miles west of Sullivan, which place is 63 miles west of St Louis. Not a passenger escaped unhurt, and 45 are known to have been seriously injured, though no deaths are yet reported. The train was running at a high rate of speed...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 May 1889

'" fV: - -, IT MET"'; " P!?-1 SECOND PART. -. It, S -; ' THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH PAGES 9 TO I2r. T , i-J fr'i 4 if t -. I -. RVASSHEGUILTYP BY J. MAKSDEN STJTCIJFFE, BEING ONE OF A SERIES OP SHOET STORIES ENTITLED ay '- JTHE R03JU-rs-;.ii CWF ii Upon Passages ih the Experience of Mb. AUGUSTUS WILLIAM "WEBBER, Formerly General -Manager of the Universal Insurance Company. ALL ItlOSTS RESERVED. COXCLTTDED, IV. As Colonel "West passed from the room, after dealing out to Mrs. Macdonald the terrible accusation that she -was engaged in practising against the life of her husband, he encountered in the veranda that ran round tho building the faithful Ali Sen, the Major's servant, bearing in his hand a steaming bowl of rich savory soup which he had prepared for his sick master. The Colonel was, ordinarily, the least sus picious of mortals, but when once the demon ot doubt obtained possession of his mind it was not to be easily exorcised. It flashed upon him suddenly as a possibility that the m...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 May 1889

SVV3 v rj r-V a-- v 10 HOW THE! IAEE HP. lawyers Settle All Their' Disputes Over a Glass of Lemonade. SO SATS GEORGE ELPHISSIOKE. An Incident of the Lawrencevillo Murder Trial Yesterday. A BATS BIG SUIT TO EECOTUR MOKEI The Carter murder trial was continued in 'Criminal Court yesterday and progressed Tery slowly daring the day, owing in part to the disagreements of District Attorney "Porter and Attorney Johnson, who were continually interfering with each other in the matter of witnesses. "Willis Johnson, the colored pnddler, who was on the stand on Thursday, continued his testimony yes terday, which was to the effect that the de iendant was always fooling with the men in the mill, but he never saw him bother Gross before. James Johnson, who works in the Solar Iron "Works, identifiedjthe pistol with which the shooting was done, as being his. It was taken out of his coat pocket during the morning and was handed back to him by Carter after the shooting. Officer John McAndrews, who arre...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 May 1889

f- (1 V x , V-x JK. es. m. I J meet. -- .. $he' Festival of Song Brings Solid Comfort to Florists. &IRST MACKEREL OF THE SEASON. for Choice Strawberries Keeps ' Pace With Supply. TfiOPICAL FKUirS DKIFTIKG UPWAED . Office or Pittsbtjbg Dispatch. 1 v FEIDAT. Alay 24, IS9. J i?-All venders of market basket materials re- -"port an improved trade for the week with the J ezceptioii of those who deal in butter, eggs and poultry. Fish markets hold up unusually well for this season of the year. The first fresh mackerel of the season from onr eastern coast landed to-day, and sold at 49c a piece. They were extra larce and fine. Oysters are now out of the market with the exception of New York counts, which have a limited demand the year round for restaurants. Supply of large frogs is not up to demand. Clams are in coed sup ply and demand. In the line of fruit and vegetables trade Im proves as new staff from the South comes in more freely. New potatoes are more reasona ble in price. "While s...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 May 1889

'"&&, ssac1 -ts A l"vr5L -A V JT -1- I1J J J J5 S - 'rv.. l -i -- - ' -; 'Vjh.- ' !?' am. prrTSBun& . dispatch, Saturday, may 25, i889. 12 V f-& YERYHTTLE CHANGE General Business Remains in About the Same Quiet Condition. A BETTER FEELING AS TO IRON, -Bat Sot let Sufficient to Cause an Ad vance in Prices. BRADSTEELTSANDDDNiCOSEEPOETS rSPICUL TZIXGRi.lt TO TOT SI8FATCH.1 New Yoek, May 24. Special telegrams to Braditreet't show that the movement of Reneral merchandise throughout the country remains of moderate proportions. At most ot the cities reporting, it is unchanged since last week. At Cincinnati there is a mod erate improvement reported, but at St Louis, Cleveland and other points there has teen a risible check in several lines. The country movement at interior towns is lighter in many casjs owing to farmers being too busy to trade. The spring trade as a whole has not equaled expectations. " The drought is broken in New York and in Texas, but is doing damage from...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 May 1889

WJ gp? rr .3W. " TRIPLE HOMBER. - " FORTT-FOTIKTH YEAH FUNNY AH FARCE, A, Comical Sight During a Warm Evening Session of Parliament, WITNESSED BY A CROWD: Comments in England on the As sassination of Dr. Cronin. PILGRIMAGE OP THE SHAH OP PERSIA The Prince of Naples in Search of a Bride An Interesting Story About the Do mestic Dilemma of tho Snltan of Turkey Encland Hn No Good Words for Bismarck Court Eilqnette as Laid Dovrn In 1634 The Paris Exposition Not Vet Half TJnpackrd-Jobu Bright' Peculiar Will El Ulabdl a Mighty Email Individual. Some of the scenes during the past week in Parliament were very much like the clos-1 ' ins days of a session of Congress. At one time only three members were present for a crowd of 500 American and other tourists tc gaze upon. Le Caron, the spy, says Dr. Cronin was murdered because he knew too much and was liable to talk when he shouldn't England is anxiously awaiting the advent of the Shah of Persia. The Paris Exposition is not yet half unpacked, h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 May 1889

V V "& II -2 IS, ITJMUS. Ux-Patients, Employes and Doctors Talk of a Hospital, ALLEGING GBEEN WOBK On the Part of Boy Physicians, Who Seek to Practice Surgery. A PERMANENT SUFFERER TALKS, As Toes Also a Physician, Who Notes a Big Death Rate. POSSIBILITY OF CLEAKIXG IT ALL UP. Although a charitable institution, and a nighty good one, at that, the Homeopathic Hospital is not exempt from all embarrass ments, if specific reports and revelations concering its inside workings are true. There arc allegations that the in stitution is run in a manner which is entirely for the benefit of a certain few. Particularly is this alleged as regards some of the attending physicians who are from time to time placed there. The principal point is the treatment or rather, alleged neglect which the patients receive. Since outside people hare become cog nizant of those allegations, and are spread ing them, it is, perhaps, pertinent to refer to them as news. The institution receives yearly from the Stat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 May 1889

zyt-& fSk'" V"- ' - ILSTIRS UP HISTORY. Tlfe Eazing 'of Wylie Avenne Wes- leyan Church Becalls War AKD SECESSION FBOM BRIMSTONE. John Miller Excommunicated for Favoring Henrj Clay, and SUBSEQUEXTLI LOST HAIR IN A CHURCH There is an old building now being de molished on Wylie avenue, below Tunnel street, which many people whose memories carry them back 50 years think should not be allowed to be carted away unhonored, unsung and forgotten, as it is connected with some of the most stirring episodes in the history of abolitionism in this city and section, in the days when, wherever an audi ence of anti-slavery men could be gotten together, the burning eloquence of such men as A. B. Bradford, of Enon "Vallev. was heard, and both Democratic and "Whig mobs were defied. For, the honor of history, it should not be forgotten that, even in Pittsburg, 40 years ago, the term "Aboli tionist" was very nearly as unpopular as that of infidel is now; some say more so. The lot is in the shape of a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 May 1889

J-1 -? "V; !& .- I Wl$ M$$tflt ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY . Vol. 4 No.lOS. EntcreCatrittsburgFostoOce, Jt ovcmbcr 14, 1SS7, as sccoadelass matter. Business Office 07 and 80 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79. Diamond Street Average net circulation of the dally edi tion of Tbe Dispatch far alx months ending Majl,lSS9, 28,051 Copies per Issue. Average net circulation of the Sunday edN Uon of Tbe Dispatch for April, 1SS9, 46,143 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FREE Df THE UNITED STATES. DAttT DISPATCH. One Year f 8 00 DijLTDisrATCH, Per Quarter ; 3 00 DAiir Dispatch, One Month 0 DAILY Dispatch, Including Sunday, one year WW Dailt Dispatch, including Sunday, per quarter. 5 SO Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one month 90 ECSDAY Dispatch, oneyear 2 50 "WEEEXT Dispatch, oneyear 1 3 The Daily Dispatch U delivered by carriers at 35 cents per week, orlncludingtbcSundayeditlon, at 30 cents per week. Voluntary contributors should keep copies of articles...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 May 1889

" v -3' v THE PITTSBURG .DISPATCH,. SUNDAY,- MAY 26, 1889. 5 SETTLING UP SAMOA. .The AYort of the International Con ference Bearing Completion. BLALNE HAS BEEN ON GUARD. The American Delegates Received Daily Instrnctions From Him. EIXG HUMBEKT FOECED TO BACK ODT. Ireneh rrotcsts rrerent Him From Going U Stasbnri: With miliara. The work of the Samoan conference is be lieved to be nearly completed! The plan of government has been drawn up, and but little remains escept to affix the signatures. Blaine is understood to have taken an active part in the negotiations by cable. The new agreement between Germany and Italy is attracting a great deal of attention. tcorTEtGHT, issa, rr xew tokk associated press. 3 Beklix, May 25. Sir Edward Malet, Mr. Kasson and Herr Holstein, as a com mittee on revision, completed to-day a draft of a protocol concerning Samoan questions. It contains clauses relating to the municipal Government ot Apia, the ports held by the powers, the land commission and the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 May 1889

giggl ffiita S W 1 fl MlCT-- r Vr? wH-JJ 7 ?.f if v. THE " PITTSBURG- - DISPATCH, SUNDAY, MAT 26, 1889. if. , I B m FUTURE CHAMPIONS Some Great Ball Games Among tlie local Clubs. BRADDOCKS' GBEAT EEAT. They Play Ten Inninsis and One Run "Wins. THE EAST ENDEES WIN AGAIN. McKeesport Has a Btrnle to Capture a Game. GENERAL BASEBALL flEWS OF THE DAT Details ol the League Games, Prlngle's Review and Other Sporting News Will be Found on the Fourteenth Face. Second Fort. Games Flayed YeMerdny. PlTTSBUBOS 3...WASHTNGTOITS.... 1 CLEVELANDS...... 4..PHILADELPinAS 8 1iostoj.s 8....ijtiaxafoijs.... 4 Chicagos .. 9....NetYorks 8 St. Louis 10....Kaksas Citts.... 7 Bntcvrss S..Coi.rJincs 3 MCKEXSPORTS... 5....DCQUESNES. 4 E. E. Athletics. 23. . . . Emsworths 8 Braddocks....... 1....RiyersideGrats 0 sewicklers. 9.... oaklands 7 scottdales 9....latbobes 0 UinOM-OWSS 3....JOHNSTOTVXS. 2 MAXSFIELDS 12....DATTOXS. 3 IiUFFAWS 5.. ..SYRACUSE 4 DeTEOITS 6....TOROXTOS 3 ItOCIIESTEKS. 13.... HAMILTON'S 6 TO...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 May 1889

pw f-C sy THE (JRAND FINALE, ,"A Big Crowd of Pleased People Witness the Close of the May Festival. fri HJUCH WAS SORRY TO LEAVE, fBut She Will Eeturn When the City f- Has Other Concerts. f EKTTEE AND GITTINGS THAKKED. The Festival Ii a Flnnnclnl Success The Net Froceeds Estimated to be S12,000 Great Enthusiasm on the Last Msht Orer 30,000 Fcople Attended Daring tbe Week What Too DoenhotT Sara Abont Her Lack of Opportunity Critical Reviews. The May Festival closed last night with the performance of the seventh concert. It is financially a success, and everybody comes out on the safe side. Large audi ences attended. The singers and musicians leave for other cities. The May Music Festival was; but, alas, now it is not. The series of concerts have become history; but the lovers of music are satisfied. The sweet singers have packed their grips and gone" to other cities; but the melody they produced still lingers in the cr.rand memory. There is a pathetic side to the parting, for the peo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 May 1889

THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SUNDAY, MAT 26, 1889. 8 GOTERSED TOO MUCH. A Decided Kick From the Settlers of the Oklahoma Capital. GUTHRIE'S MUNICIPAL COUNCIL Is Banning Local Affairs in a Somewhat Peculiar Style, HEW OFFICALS WITH HIGH S1LABIEB. Xtxes LeTiefl ufl Charters Granted Without lntltrritj From the People. A. protest comes from Guthrie, Oklahoma, over the manner in which the Council of that newly settled city is running matters. It is asserted that they hare adjusted claims and laid out streets in their own interest. Tales to a considerable amount have been levied, and salaried officials appointed. A charter has been granted to a water com pany for ten years without the citirens hiring any voice in the matter. Washikgton, May 25. Inspector Pick ltr, of the Interior Department, now in Guthrie, Oklahoma, has sent a report to Secretary Jfohle, under date of May 18, on the situation in that citv. In the course of lis report, Inspector Pickler says: For about ten days there has been...

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