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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 June 1889

v- W-ft..'" NEWYOEKSQUATTERS A Cosmopolitan Populatioa That Lives Where it Pleases and MOVES WHEN IT GETS KEADY. A Tacant Lot Often Covered With Shanties in a Single Kg". THE TE1BDLATIOXS OF OXB EESIDEXT lCOBEISrOXCESCE OF TITE DISPATCH. 1 Kkw Toek, June 21. For years he had been searching for a home. Locations most favorable in other men's opinions, found disfavor in tils. Eeal estate agents oflered him rrost dazzling inducements. But these figurative spiders and yet withal useful men who often point the tray to fortune and independence in time grew tired of the -wary fly, and passed him on to his friends. His friends then endeavored to help him to choose. In vainl 3?or years his family was transported from east side to west side from tip town to down town from suburb to city, j the delusive hope that a permanent home would he their lot, or that a permanent lot would be their home. But that home like the expected letter, or the end of a serial story, never came. At length one was f...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 June 1889

KES5323 IV ' ? K 20 - .TOUKISTS' TROUBLES. The Traveler in Mexico Should he a Fluent Spanish Linguist. A LOKG SEARCH FOE AN ACADEMY. Borne Pictures That ire Artistic But i'ot Exactly Pleasant. IDE T1PPJKG PEACTICB UNIVERSAL TO men accustomed to the Spanish lan guage as the deacon and myself under stand and nse it, the discovering of inter esting places be comes interesting employment. This employment con sumes time, if it confers no other pleasure. It is im perative that all A Muleteer. tourists, and I con clude we belong to the band, shall see everything, otherwise they will surely be upbraided and reduced to a state of humility. Holding this view and being sensitive, I have made it a rule to console any interested inquirer by assur ing him that I have been there, or that I am just on the way. The Deacon knows nothing about art or artists; the schools are to him a venerated mystery. I am farther impressed with the belief that be is afflicted, in a slight degree, with color blindnes...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 June 1889

IWT . acwKp- 7 WW:" v -$. 'SfW "JySCf tk fe : WHAT DO YOU WANT? If it is anything in reason you can obtain it cheaply and quickly by advertising la THE Dispatch columns. ANY ONE CAH MAKE MONEY Who has a. good article to sell, and who adver. tlaes vigorously and liberally. Advertising i truly the Ufa of trade. All enterprising and judicious advertisers succeed. s flje fm$mx& -PORTY-FOTTRTH TEAK, PITTSBURG, MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1889. 'REE CENTS mmwi JR j FOR 11 THIRD TERM, c : . The Contest in Ohio Has flow Changed tor Foraker Against the Field. 4 V 'ALMOST A StffiE WINNER. The Odds Are ThaEffie Governor lY ill Again tie the-tfominee. A FEW TERT PROMISING DARK HOESES. KenntWIy'BndXiampson Are IHoJtrags Strong Fight The Democrat Look on Cheer fully and nope' for Jjctory at the PoMs ABIg.5nggq toboBtqdffqrthTyeels latnre Brice Is ti -Fall Fledged Candi date for Fame's Seat In the Senate the meeting of a Very Important Convention Plans' of the Politicians. The Ohio 'Republican Convention...

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

''t.'Kv i4f IWf- fWTi "i.3 I t r i p. L If" J. f' 1LLBE0KENUR Sensation for a Bemnant of Prohibitionists, Sunday. AN ASSAILANT OF MUBPHY Stakes His Word as a Minister That Francis and Ed. Put Up a Job. HE IS TAKEN TO TASK YIGOBOUSLY, And the Audience at Silver Lake Grove Join in Murphy's Defense. OTHEB LITE CAMPAIGN AFTERMATH The temperance people held a very lively if not absolutely war-like meeting at Silver Lake Grove yesterday afternoon, and by speeches or vigorous comments blamed all from the Republican party down to T. Ed. ward Murphy for the defeat of the amend ment. Some, evidently, wanted to kick themselves for mistakes they had made. Others took a more conservative view, and blamed no one, but said it was best that it was defeat, not victory. But the enthusiasm of all for prohibition bad not seemed to die ont at all, and it this one little meeting is to be taken as an index of the stand taken by Pros., lively things are yet to be expected from their side of the house. Rev....

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 June 1889

cnrM 'V&P& ''JT '"? nW--J5l t . -. v 1 4, THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH,' MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1889. A NATIONAL APPEAL. All Episcopalians in Pittsburg and Elsewhere Called on TO REBUILD JOHKSTO.YN CHUBCH. Bishop Whitehead's Letter to the Churches - Bead lesterdaj. A MEMORIAL OEHUXAGE IN TIEW The members of the Protestant Episcopal Church throughout the country are acting upon the idea suggested by Bishop White head, of the Tittsburg diocese, in regard to the rebuilding of St Mark's Church of Johnstown. Not only has the matter of practical resusc.tation of the rained parish been adopted with great unanimity, bnt it is proposed to go several steps further and build a handsome schoolhouse for the use of the Episcopalians ot Johnstown as a means of prov idiug children with educations, but an orphanage to be a memorial of the ill-fated rector of Johnstown, Kev. Sidney Diller, will be erected and handsomely endowed by a fund of ample dimensions. The orphaned children of the late members of S...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 June 1889

HB W" ? '3SHE PW.;wf '-. 3P P THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, MONDAY; JUNE '24, 1889: I t I r jlje jfessppic ESfABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, ISIS. Yol.44, SO. 1ST. Entered at Pittsburg I'ostomce, November it, 1337, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and G9 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Eastern Advertising- Office, I'.ouin 4G, Tribune Building, IewYork. Average net circulation or the dally edition of THE UlsrjLTCU for six months ending June 1, 1SS9, 27,824 Copies per issue. Average net circulation of the Sunday edition of The Dispatch for May, issa. 47,468 Copies per Issue. TEEMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE TSZX IN TUB EXITED STATES. DAILY Dispatch, One Tear f 8 00 Dailt Dispatch, l'er Quarter 2 00 Daily Dispatch, One Month 70 Daily Dispatch. Including Sunday. 1 year. 10 00 omily Dispatch. Including Sundav.Sni'tus. I so Daily DiSFATCU,lncludlngBunday,l month to fcUKDAY DlSPATCn. One Year 2 50 Weekly Dispatch, One Year 125 The Daily Dispatch Is deliv...

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

ESSSMaaSJSjManHSSBa5SJEaMI-aMl . in.. f THEf PITTSBURG DISPATCH, MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1889. - V'-'H .ftat ' aH AN EIRLY PHOTOTYPE Of -that Terrible Battering Bam, the ' War Steamer Merrimac IXVENTIOK OF A PENXSYLYAHlAlf. His Pittsburg Descendants Join a Movement Upon Congress TO SECTJEE rnOMAS GREUG JUST CREDIT It is said that a memorial will be sent to the next Congress asking the Government to recognize Thomas Gregg, late of Connells Ville, Fayette county, Pa., as the inventor of the first iron clad ball-proof naval ram. Mr. Gregg was the grandfather of Mrs. D. P. Beigbard, Mrs. A. Hamilton and Charles LyUe, of Pittsburg, and father of the late Itev. John C Gregg, deceased, and grand father of J. B. and V. S. G. Gregg, of Philadelphia, and these latter, bnsiness men, are At the head of the movement. They submit as proof of claim a patent granted Thomas Gregg for a ball-proof vessel on the 9th of March, 1814, bearing the signatures of President James Madison, Secretary of State James M...

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

rwrjss FfSSJ' 'w5 r ? ffW ?jcF7?V Q'i v- THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, MONDAY, JUNE 24 1889. v. I & r- 6- ti h 6 r LIVELY TIME AHEAD. The latest About the Graded " Salary Trouble. YIEWS OF THE MAGNATES. The Senators Arrive and Beady for To-Day's Battle. SUNDAY ASSOCIATION GAMES. Important Action of the Local Fishing and Bunting Clubs. GBNERAL SPORTING KL WS OP THE DAI Games Flayed Testerdny. Baltimores 8.... Athletics 0 Cixmnnatts 15... . Kansas Citts.... 7 St. Ixmis. 7....LouisvnxES 3 P.ROOKI.YXS 8.. ..COLUMBUS. 2 Gaines To-Day. Nation Ai Leaoce Wasbinetons at Pitts burg; Philadelphia at Cleveland; Bostons ,at Indianapolis; New Yorks at Chicago. American Association Baltimores at """Philadelphia; Columbus at Brooklyn; St. Louis at Louisville. INTEBNATIONAL LEAGUE TorontOS at Eochestcr: Londons at Syracuse; Detrolts at Buffalo; Toledos at Hamilton. Association Record. Perl . Per Won.t05t.Ct. Won.Lost.Ct. St. Lonls 38 17 .6SICInclnnls...V6 15 .510 Athletics 18 .660!h.snsaCltys..21 70 ....

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

ml' T.i " zvf "r ( " . -" -' THE PITTSBiniG- DISPATCH, MONDAY, JTJNE 24, 1889. " 7 iV rNOW KIKST Pennycomequicks Written for THE DISPATCH by ISP ? ; S. BARING AKrof'MEHAIAHt""CODETKOYAI""JOHNHEKKnfG,"'THEGAVEBObKS,"ETO ALL RIGHTS' CHAPTER XLI. One Pocket Hand kerchief. . Philip Pennycoroequick was on " his way to Andermatt He had come to an under standing with Uncle Jeremiah. His com fort, his well-being for the fntnre depended on Salome. Tlie old man had taken a fancy to spend his winters abroad, and he had no wish to remain tied to his business in smoky Mergatrovd. He was quite ready to make it over to Philip, but then Philip must first be reconciled to hu wife, and bring her home to hold rale over the house. A. Swiss nurse had been fonnd ready to take the child and accompany Philip to Andermatt. Philip did not travel in the same carriage as the nurse and child, but he saw to their lack ing nothing. He occupied a compartment of a first-class carriage by himself, and thought a good...

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

MHi ?jPP?T Kt&'wqfis?SWFiTri fgwr TWtf" w wpgp$l5 h:f!Wi T rvr V f "SIT' if- A f. 8 THE PITTSBUKG-- DISPATCH, MOKDAT; JUSTE ,24 1889. I feb m 'I- M W ' AN MSHAEM EOCE. All Assaults on the Gospel Hare Been Far Worse Than Useless. STILL TAB MIGHTIEST WEAPON. ILo Objections of Wordly Philosophers Fall to the Ground. ALL THAT IS GOOD ALSO CHRISTIAN tSrlCTAT. TZXXaSAX TO THZ vxsrATcn.l Brooklyn, June 23. The Eev. T. De "VTitt Talmage, D. D., preached at the Tab ernacle' this evening on "The Mightiest "Weapon is the Gospel." His text was X. Samuel.xxi, 9: "There is none like that; give it me." The preacher said; David fled from his pursuers. The world runs very fast when it is chasing a good man. The country is trying to catch David, and to slay him. David goes into the house of a priest, and asks him for a sword or spear with which to defend himself. The priest, not being accustomed to use deadly weapons, tells David that he cannot supply him; but suddenly the priest thinks of an old...

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

wreTSW '-.- '-:? .TX -; ANY ONE CAN MAKE MONEY WHAT DO YOU WANT? w w$m . Who has a good article to sell, and who adver tises vlgorousjgul liberally. Advertising 13. -truly the lJfpKPMe. .All eaterprlsiDg and Judicious ad? ji'Ssyeeed. - If it is anything in reason you can obtain it . , cheaply and quickly by advertising in Tun Dispatch columns. -u:si$ro i.VTlA. PORTY-rOUHTH TEAU, PITTSBUBG, TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 188$. iTJa n-c vjuxij-o TDTHTJl nLlMrpD $!&&. ' 9 ' I '7H I ' II II TO LIFE, General Cameron's Character istic Contest With the Grim Specter. ia. NO HOPE OF HIS RECOVERY, Tet Ho Lingers On, Daily Growing Weaker and Weaker. 1 TOUCHING KCIDENT OF TESTEBDAX. Tho Dying Koaogenarlan Proves thnt He Is Cognizant of What Transpires Around Him nia Iiorn for Red Rones Shown Plainly The Old WIIlFreouentlr Assert ing Itself A Review of the Dying Man's Wonderful Career His Early Struggle and the Successes of His Manhood The Politician Ever Uppermost In Ills Char acter Why He Was Alway...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 June 1889

JSJESS I KTE v?!T ' :tr 5TC-" rF--1KST rwia jfi ? - -- oy- - ; ; - -a ' , - . s- -c ?-c $t ? J J&mr -vy , MtpW wr " aR ?r.w .resets "1 V -i'' Biwwvr-'?1 : .,- .. -r 'i -VT. f - r - V -" VS 1 ;? r 2 THE, PITTSBUBG- DISPATCH, TUESDAY, T JTJKB . , 25, 1889. TEMPL-EITES. The Grand Ceremonial of the Masonic Dedication. A STBUCTUIE'S SPLENDOE leads Many, Freemasons to Glorify Their Well-Built Order. FROM HIGH KOON TO MIDNIGHT There Are Services and Feasting in Pitts lurg's Grandest Edifice. THE PEUTCIPAL SPEECHES EEPOETED St. John's Day is always notable in Ma sonic circles, but yesterday it was unusually so hereabouts, on account of the dedication of the new Masonic Temple on Fifth avenue. It is one of the finest and most complete of its kind in the U niied States, and will cost, when finished, $180,000. The present Board J of Trustees of the Masonic fund So ciety are George Glass, James Hen derson, A. M. Pol- ChairmanJ.P.jlndrews,o&, M. D.; "Win. o the Jiecepium (j McCandless, C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 June 1889

if."' rV5p 'W m? m en ?$ -U. yv' , W THE HTTSBUEG- ' DISPATCH, TUESDAY JUNE 25, 1889. L ' -8 rWAS-QTJITE SEDATE, lough the Diamond Widening Ordi nance Passed Largely HROUGH THE COMMON COUKCIL Plea for Sexual Equalitj in Pay Preraila in the Same Branch 3AT BED POND PARK PKOJECT Councils seemed to be in a business mood :sterday, quorums being easily secured, l Common Council the first thing of note as an ordinance changing the official titles of ie heads of Departments of Public Safety, ublic 'Works and Department of Charities, id making them directors Instead of chiefs; it as referred alone with a batch of other ordi inces, eta, among which the most important ere thoe establishing grade on Water street om femitbfleld to Grant; one establishing the ade of Renfrew street, from Achillis street, i Lincoln avenue; opening Finance street, wenty-third ward; locating Smith street, wenty-third ward; a petition for the asscss ent of damages of Elizabeth Brownwalter on ie cbangingof the grade o...

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

SH53S "i 3f f .ir Tuesday;' tone ' '25;"" 1889. THE PITTSBUEG- DISPATCH; i ,- ft 4 A 4 Wlje 2KM& ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1848. VoL, No. 138. Entered at Pittsburg l'ostofflce, November 14, 18S7, as second-class matter. Business Offlce07 and 89 Flftb Avenue. News Booms andFublishlnsHouse 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Eastern Advertising office, Koom 46, Tribune Building, ewYork. Average net circulation of the daily edition of The Dispatch for six months ending June 1, 1&S3, 27,824 Copies per Issue. Average net circulation of the Sunday edition of Tnx Dispatch for May, issa, 47,468 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF TUB DISPATCH. POSTAGE FBEX IX THI UNITED STATES. DJta.T Dispatch, One Year f 8 00 Dailt Dispatch, Per Quarter 2 00 Daily Dispatch, One Month 70 DAILYDispItfcn. Including Sunday, lyear. 10 00 Daily Dispatch. Including SundaT.Sm'tbs. 2 SO Daily DiSPATcn.lnclBdlngSunday.lmonth SO blJNDAT Dispatch, One Year 2C0 Weekly Dispatch, One Year 13 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by car...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 June 1889

sin IsEsSIKffH hpwbe g y , PjP?T M. , THE PltTSTJRG 1 DISPATCH,' "TUESDAY, -JOKE 25, 1889. fc-- 4 rSs f iFKIEND OF MTESr 5 ijicy. Dr. Brown Resigns as Principal W of the Famous Institute Hoii'DEAF AKD DOB CHILDREN. . " flHeWas a Pioneer in the Ureat Educational - ,. flort TbTAETIKG WITH ONE COLOBED PUPIL At tbe termination of the closing exercises of the "Western Pennsylvania Institution ' for the .ueafan&Dumb at Edgewood to-day, Ebt. John G. Brown, D. D., who has been the Principal of the-school for the last four years, and who is also the founder of the in - stitution, will seTer his active connection with it, and retire to the rest and seclusion which the arduous labors of the last 21 years call lor. In Dr. Brown the history of ths institu tion for the deaf and dumb in Western Pennsylvania is personified. It was he who first commenced to take an interest in the sadly affllctci and through his energy Western Pennsylvania has been emiched by a fountain i of learning which is fa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 June 1889

dBiB pgT&miw& w?w :r: - j. THE PJTTSBimQ- DISPATGH, TUESDAY,' JUNE 25, 1889.- 6 n K m f i & y, u 'IN if i ll Tlie Senators Just the Men for Pittsburg. A TAME VICTORY SCOEED. Hani on Hakes a Remarkable Catch and is Cheered. BEAM AND KRDMH RELEASED. Cleveland Beats the Phillies in a Splendid Contest. GENERAL SPORTING NEWS OP THE DAI Games Flayed Yesterday. .. 7....WASHISQTMrS,.. 5 .. 6.. ..New Yorks 0 ,. 6.. ..Bostons 5 .. 6.. ..Philadelphia 4 . 10.. ..Athletics .'. 8 . 9.. ..Columbus. 0 . 13....beooklyns 7 Pittsburg s. CniCAGOS indianapolis. . . cle vela2tds. balt1moees Brooklyns Columbus Mas&fiklds. Seeing fields. . . scottdales woosters .. Habtfords NEWABES . "....Hamiltons... 5 . 2.. ..Wheelings 1 . 22....conellsyilles. 0 . 6....wilkesbaeees.. 2 . 13.. ..Jersey Crrrs 2 .13 New Havens..... 6 Games To-Day. NATIONAL LSAGre Washlnfctons at PltUbnrg; Philadelphia at Cleveland: JSew Yorks at Chi cago; Bostons at Indianapolis. Amekicajt Associatioh Baltlmores at Phila del...

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

tl- AT. MEAT ON THE HOOF. Leading Features of Herr's Island 1 Live Stock Markets. CATTLE LOWER AND SLOW AT DROP Light Bun of Sheep and LamfcsHo Im provement in Prices. SETTEE DEMAXD TOR BUFF HIDES Office of Pittsbxjro Dispatch, 1 MOXDAT, June 21. 1BS9. f Drovers report that margins are wiped out and that nothing is left to them but glory in live stock trading. Butchers talk in a dif ferent strain, and contend that drovers are reaping a reasonable profit for their trouble and time. Facts seem to be in favor of the Butchers' side of the controversy. If losses have been entailed on the drover for some -weeks past, it is strange that tbe same men come up smiling Monday alter Monday with tlieir usual offerings. The Chicago market is more favorable to the buyer this week than for some months past, and it is hoped the drorer here will come out a little ahead this week, whatever his experience may have been for a few weeks previous. Cattle. Supply was scarcely up to average, and still, in t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 June 1889

8 THE PITTSBURG" DISPATCH,- TUESDAY,' JUNE :- '25, 1889. V- ',',l'1l.'1t . . ' . f r HARBISON AT HOME. The President Arrives Too Late for Seekers After Office. HOW HE WILL DODGE THEM LATER. Memories of Mrs. Hayes and How She Bent the Euby Wine to the Bear. DIPL03IACI AND A DIPLOMATIC D1SHEE. flttitinrr People Who Hay be Made Happy by Being Given Federal Offices. President Harrison arrived in "Washing ton yesterday from Cape May just in time to avoid office seekers. His summer plans are arranged to disappoint them and please himself. Washington remembers Jin, Hayes with love, and her diplomatic avoid ance or trine is told of again. (EFECIAX. TELEOBAM TO TBI DISP ATCH.1 "Washington, June 24. The President, In Lis desire to take things as easy as pos sible, now that the heated term has begnn, was shrewo" enough to defer his return from Cape Hay to-day until it was too late for the calls of office seekers or their friends, as there is always sure to be a rnsh when he returns after an ab...

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

V WHAT DO YOU WANT ? If it is anything jn reason you can obtain it cheaply and quiAly by advertising in THE Dispatch columns. ANY 0NE&AN HAKE MONEY $(p Wtt$m& v Who has a le to sell, and who adver- ns$ tises Tigoroi VbfraUy. Advertising is truly the We of S KSf -U enterprising and 'A -"WA. . judicious advertiser. mmm FORTY-FOURTH YEAR. M'KINLEY THE MAN And the Only One, Who Can Knock Out Foraker in His Race for THE FOURTH NOMINATION Tor an Office to TYhicb. He Has Been Twice Elected. THE OPPOSITION CANNOT CONSOLIDATE. Unlet! the Governor Should Decline at the Last Moment, He is Called Surely the Komlcee General Dawes Gaining Ground McKinley Receives nn Ora tion In the Convention The Knmo of Foraker Also Evoh.es Applause Fora ker Kays Ills Party Owes 11 1 in the ISoinl tlon Without a Contest No Combination of tho Opposing Forces Now Considered Possible. The first day's session of the Ohio State Republican Convention developed the fact that Governor Foraker is yet the stronges...

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

raseaaas "W97rr wwwrvFyy .-, am LAID TOTHELOTTERY How Young Harry Flaim Ex cuses His Embezzlement. IT FOOTS UP AT $35,297, let He Says He Was Induced to Begin Taking it Just for Luck. THEN HE SPECULATED IN STOCKS. A Bank Official Admits There Was a Little lottery Syndicate. THE OBJECT OP TO-DAI'S U. S. HEAEIKG The preliminary hearing in the embezzle ment case of the Marine National Bank against its bookkeeper, Harry H. Flann (not Flamm, as a good many have known and called him), trill be held before United States Commissioner JlcCandless, in the latter's office, at 2 o'clock this afternoon. The only object of the hearing is to try and get Flann out of jail on bail. The Commissioner will be asked to fix the amount of bail, and, if the yonng man's at torneys can find somebody to go on the bond, be will be released. Mr. HcCandless would not state yesterday what amount of bail would be required; but it will be suf ficient to satisfy the bank, in the event of Flann's non-appearance for t...

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