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

'M ifflMUffrll SM ' 5vi, '-a- " '' '- . f J, .. .. 'r lX t -4 -. - ? v . ' v ' THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1889. IT-iPEl BE ATLANTA. Thedfext General Assembly of thoE. , of L, Convenes in November. ONE OF TEE LAEGEST EVER HELD. What Executive Boarder Costello Bays of '" Miners' Outlook. TWO COKTENTIOXS OP COAL DIGGERS The time and place for holding the next session of the General Assembly of the Knights of Labor have just been arranged by the General Executive Board. Hereto fore this has been fixed by the Assembly, but at the Indianapolis session last fall the matter was left to the G. E. B., with At lanta, Ga., New Orleans and Albany, If. X., to select from. Mr. John Costello, the Pittsburg member of the G. E. B., arrived in the city yester day and. In speaking on the subject, said: "We bave decided on Atlanta for the next General Assembly ana the meeting will be held on the second Tuesday in November." Mr. Costello says It will undoubtedly be larg er than the last ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 June 1889

EHiSS 'j9&BtZ3$fpl isT - ' if'SV F . 4 THE PlTTSBTJEGr DISPATCH,- WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1889. f ri.' wlje Bpplil. ESfABUSHED FEBRUARY 8. 1S4& Vol. 44, o.lSS. Entered at l'ittsburg I'ostofflce, November H, 1337, as second-class matter. Business Offlco"97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street Eastern Advertlsyig Office, Koom 46, Tribune Building, owYork. Average net circulation of the dally edition of Tax DisrATCn for six months ending June 1, 1SS3, 27,824 Copies per Issue. Average net circulation of the Sunday edition of Thz Diefxtch for May, 1ES9, 47,468 ,CopIes per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FEES IX THE TOTTED STATES. DAILY DISPATCH, One Year. f 8 00 1)AILT DISPATCH, l"er Quarter 2 00 Dailt Dispatch, One Month 70 Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, lyear. 10 00 DAILY DisrATCH. including Sunday.Sm'ths. 2 SO Daily DisrATcn, Including Sundaj-,1 month so fcuxDAT Dispatch, One Year 2 SO Weekly Dispatch, One Year 1 SS The Daily Di...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 June 1889

? x WaP c -in S??iH! 's.'3tre T -' v' ,3W5H f fH " -'-f - THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, JTJNE 26, 1889. 5 AftWGGIST'S DOOM. m , Followed by an Angry Mob Who Will Lynch Him on First Sight OVER FIFTY TEESOKS POISONED 'By DrinWnc of lemonade That Was Made From Sngar of Lead. A BAD EXDLN'G TO A MEEET PICNIC rtrECiAi. nixaiuji to the DisrJLrcn.i Toeokto, Oxx., -June 25. The details of a fearful story of criminal carelessness hare arrived from "Woodstock. Fifty per sons in the town are prostrated and IS are not expected to live. The unfortunate wretch to whose doorthis calamity is laid is a would-be drucgist trho recently opened a store in town, but now has fled to escape the fury of the citizens whotbreaten if they catch him to discount even Judge Lynch's expeditious methods. Woodstock is situated in the township of Zorra. On Saturday the farmers of that county gave a monster picnic in "Willit's grove about two miles from the town. The morning was cool and showery, and as a conseque...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 June 1889

SK22 EHramS wr ?w i' TPITP IWT -"' ,''-". ,. ' ."'" I' "'V S "y, '"''. ' ' '."". Vi ',! '- ' - ' ." ' " TKE PITTSBTJKG- DISPATCH; "WEDNESDAY, - JUNE 26, - 1889. 6- .--& - sairesagg P. ' P h j' ? WE WON IN THE WET. The Home Team Succeeds in Eather Peculiar Game. I FEATURES OF THE TIGHT. Kew York Defeats Chicago and Goes Ahead of Philadelphia. CLEVBLASD YET PLAYING BALL. The Eecords of the Clnfcs in the League and Association. LIST OP WINNERS ON TEE TEACK Games PlTTSBURGS..... Indianapolis.., New Yobks Cmvelajtos.. . . Columbus St. Louis Baltihores DETitorrs. LONDOXS TonosTOS TOL.EDOS. EVANS VXLLES.... at EOKIA5 QUINCYS. Dattons Mansfields.... Played Yesterday. .. "....Washixgtoks.. 5 .. 6.... Bostons 4 .. 12....ciiicagos - 8 .. 8....philadeuhias.. 6 . 4....BnOOKXYNS 2 .. 7....cincinxatis 3 . 8.... Athletics 7 .. 9....buffalos?. s . 6....sybacuse 5 ,. 6...Rociiestebs.... 2 .. 2..HAMILTON8(Ont.) 2 .. 4....DATTOXS 2 .. 7....spkingfields.... s .. 10....burlingtons.... 7 .. 9.. ..Cant...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 June 1889

EsCM mZBmsmBSm r- pSvf'wP'T?;f!P5f sas-f yp t-r rajs Tr-.1? IW Kv - THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1889. COMMERCIAL NOTES. Pork Packers Find Kotbing Bright in the Present Situation. A BETTER TOKE TO BEEADSTDFPS. Some Items of Interest on the Leather llannfjctunng Art LIFE STOCK IS BOWS TO HAED PAN. Office or Jittsbtjbo Dispatch, l TUESDAY. June 25, X8S9.J Hoe Products. A representative of one of our leading pork packing firms Baid to-day: "Pittsburg is one of the poorest markets of the country in our line. We could sell pickled hams in Chicago a full Jc higher than we can here, and I would be glad if our entire product was in the "Western metroplis. Our expenses, taxes, etc., show no signs of decline, but rather the reverse, and at the same time we are getting less for our products than for a number of years. The truth is hogs have beea too high all the past season to afford any margin to packers. "While we havl found it best to buy at Chicago, we can now do better to s...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 June 1889

f-vr f -5 X - THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26,- - 1889. P i I fe j i' V r 1 r it fV W'i V 2u JBRi. THREE THE SAME MY !Two Pennsylvania Murderers Legally Executed and Another OKE HABGS HIMSELF IK HIS CELL. Mrs. Whitelinjj Eemains Calm and Com' posed to the Terj End. HEE CLOSIKG HODKS UPON THE EAETfl. tti Sose Mike Pv the renalty of His Crime Without a Show cf Fear. Three murderers verehanged In Pennsyl vania yesterday. Two of them, Mrs. Sarah . Jane Whiteling and Michael Bizzele, were legally executed. The other, James Me Cann, -who killed his wife recently, hanged himself to the door knob in a cell a few feet distant from the one occupied by Mrs. Whiteling in the Philadelphia jail. Philadelphia, June 25. There was one more hanging in the jail to-day than had been arranged, for. "While Mrs. "WTiiteling was counseling with her soiritual advisers preparatory to her exit from the world by way of the scaffold in a cell but a few feet distant another prisoner was deliberately ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 June 1889

;-rr?F? Tetrgjtrvjy f?J jWf??F" mf rp -i " 9- ANY ONE CAN MAKE MONEY Who has a good article to sell, and who adver tises" vigorously andllberany. Advertising is truly the life of trade. All enterprising and1 judicious advertisers succeed. WHAT DO YOU WANT? me 3fflt$mxa ' Y" li it Is anything in reason yon can obtain it -&- cheaply and quiclly by advertising in The 3? v -", Dispatch columns. Si' FORTY-FOURTH TEAR. LEAP Pit Freight Trains Collide on a Bridge je and Are Dashed to the Creek Below. OVER A SCORE ARE KILLED. jTany Eeturning Johnstown "Workmen Are Entombed 'in the Enin. CAUSE OF THE DISASTER A Heavy Fog Prevented the Signal From Being Seen Until it Was Forever Too Late. ONE OF THE RULES VIOLATED. The Flagman Was not the Eegnlar Specified Distance Prom the Train Which He Was Guarding. A LIST OP THE KILLED AND IXJUEED Another horror has been added to the Bummer's long list. During a fog one freight train dashed into another on the bridge at Latrobe. Thirty-eight cars were...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 June 1889

ffBfBi :7 y tr ' V TaHE -PITTSBimG DISPATCH, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, ' 1889. 1 : fc HP Wi A UNIFORM CHECK, Bankers to Throw Safeguards Around Their Honey AND PEEYENT STEALING. flow the Employes of One First-Class Bank Handle Funds. CLERKS MOST TAKE A VACATION. Their Accounts Are Then Examined Daring Their Absence. ME. GEANGEB.OF GUAEAKTEE CO., TALKS A schema is on foot among bank officials of this city to try and adopt a more uniform sys tem of checking their clerks, with a view of throwing greater safeguards around them In the matter of handling money intrusted to their care. Tho idea has only been talked of among a few of the higher officials, whoso names cannot be given at present. It is very likely that something will be done abont the matter within a few days. To ascertain what precautions some of the loading banks of the city haTC taken to prevent their employes from stealing money, a reporter of The Dispatch called upon Mr. Charles F. Scan, cashier of the Union National Bank, one ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 June 1889

FSgSSJSH - j- 'w&irww fw SS v, psPTr" tpstJT' RTJ1 THE PITTSBUEG- DISPATCH, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1889; 9 ffiEPEUCMESTOEES The Miners Will Consult With the State Attorney General. WILL HELP FELLOW LABORERS. Proposed New Motive Power for Street Bail vay Lines in the Cities. THE PEOPObED SHADE BEASCH SCALE The Eailroad Miners Convention, held at Knights of Labor hall, yesterday, was a very important one. John D. Conway pre sided and Thomas Kennedy acted as Secre tary. There were 35 delegates present, rep resenting 43 mines. The reports of the dele gates was the first bnsiness before the meet ing, the object of which was to consider the "pluck-me" store system. Some of them said that the mines were idle because the operators refused to employ men who do not deal at their store. Others reported that the stores at their mines bad been closed by the operators. A committee on resolutions was appointed and the convention adjourned for dinner. At the afternoon session a committee com posed ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 June 1889

gEgS TIJ7lhitl'Jtffir' -fiWWSf1!!' ' "-WySPS-VR f - THE PITTSBUTia DISPATCH, - THTIE'SDAT, ' JUNE 27, ' 1889. ' t wge Bifpfcl. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, ISifi. VoL Up 2fo.Hl Entered at Pittsburg Postofflce, November 14, 1SS7, as Eccond-class matter. Business Office 97and99FlfthAvenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 78 Diamond Street. Eastern Advertising Office, Koora 4A, Tribune Building, New York. Average net circulation of the dally edition of The UjepaTCS for eli months ending June i, IBS, 27,824 Copies per Issue. Average net circulation ofthe Sunday edition of The Dispatch for May, isss, 47,468 Copies per issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE TREE IN TUB TJXITZB STATES. DAU.T Dispatch, One Tear I 8 DO Dailt Dispatch, l'cr Quarter 2 00 Daily Dispatch, One Month 79 Daily Dispatch. Including Sunday, lyear. 10 00 Daily Dispatch. Including hnnday, Jm'ths. 2 50 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday.l month 90 Scsday Dispatch, One Year S 50 Weijclt Dispatch, One Year 13 The Dailt ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 June 1889

V-r rfV THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1889. MOW ON THE STAND. -. -k He Says He Killed Captain Dawson "Purely in Self Defense. HIS- STORY OP THE CRIME, The Captain's Attack on Bim and. His Attempt to Hide the Body. VTHEILLIXG SCEXE IN THE COUBT EOOM , tSFECIAL TELEGRAM TO TOTS DISPATCH. CnAKLE.STO.K, S. C, June 26. The in terest in the great murder trial increases. It was intensified to-day by the appearance ot Dr. JIcPov upon the witness stand. The day was bright and hot. The court room was p3:ked almost to suffocation. Dr. Me-. Don took his scat within the bar at about 9J0 He vas greeted by many of his friends and entered into a lively conversa tion with them. "Hats off," shouted a Deputy Sheriff, and Mr. Cohen, counsel for the defense, arose to his work. He made no opening. "Call Geo. "Wash ington Harper," he said. The eyes of the blacks in the audience began to glisten. Harrier is the colored coachman ttho heard the pistol shot in Dr. McDow's office and who was not p...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 June 1889

' -XV 6 THE PITTSBTJKG- DISPATCH, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1889. ' H U f.V r ' K P Bad Playing Sends the Clnb to Seventh. Place. BEATEN BY THE SENATOBS. The Hoosiers Once More Trim Up the Gay Bostons. SOME LOCAL BASEBALL GOSSIP. 1 Bio Bey Wins a Great Race at the Chi cago Heeting. GENERAL SPORTING NfiWS OP THE DAI Games Flayed Yesterday. WASIIE?GTOItS. 6....PITTSBURGS. 1 PHILADELPHIAS.. 7. IjCDIAJfArOLlS.... 10. Kew Yokks 12. cincinnatis 6. KansasCitts.... 12. Bbooklyxs 10, ..Clevelaxds 3 ..Bostons 6 ..ClIICAGOS 7 ..St. Locus 1 ,.Loitisvixi.es 2 ..colustbus 3 Association Record. I'erl Ter Won.Ixist.Ct.1 Won.Lost.Ct. St. Louis 39 19 .6T:'clnclnnttls...V9 26 .227 Athletic 34 20 .6S0lKan8asCitys..I2 30 Brooklrns.... 34 2 .607Colnmbus. ....21 33 Baltlmores....S2 23 .SQiLonlsrlUes.... S 46 .3S9 .162 Itengne Record. Perl Per Won. Lost.Ct. Won. 1Ost.Ct. Bostons. 33 13 .717 Chicago 22 28 .444 atTClands.-.S 19 .627 Indianapolis 19 13 er Yorks.. .: 19 .578 PltUburjrs. ..19 29 Miiladelpbla7 21 ..VH....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 June 1889

mtmmm tw THE PITTSBUKG- DISPATCH, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1889. ' LOGil LIYE STOCK. leadins Features of Markets at Liberty Stock Yards. COMMON, HEAVY CATTLE LOWEB. i Light, Smooth, Well Fatted Beeves Steady Uogs Advanced. .".. CHOICE SHEEP TrCOMMON A DEAG Oftice op Pittsburg Dispatch, -Ved E3DAT. June 26, 18e9. J The run of cattle was much lighter this -week than last, the total being 72 loads against 98 last week. A drop of 18 loads would, according to the eternal fitness of things, stimulate markets. But live stock trade this season has been an exception to all rules. Markets were steady at last week's prices on tidy, fat butcher cattle, eighing from L000 to 1,200 pounds. On com mon grades and prime heavy stock there was a drop of S to 10c. The highest price obtained was $1 20 tor prime 1,400 pound steers. There were more bujers on hand than last week, but not as many as were expected. There were no buyers of export cattle, and hence this grade was slow. Last week a rep resentative of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 June 1889

BHtsH wri tvwtffljw ;'&-Zi'&K t -J' THE PlTTSBTJKGr DISPATCH, THJIRSDAT, TUNE l27, 1889. LrialffnTBTWrr ,t L i f If ", t w ffi 5? lw I1 rs? TEEMWEULESMADE. r "ine county ijonvenuons mu do as Large as Before, BUT EOT SO MASY OP THEM. Ihe Executive Committee Will le Greatly Increased in Knnilers. DELEGATES WILL SOT TOTE AS SUCH The Sub-Committee on Bales of the He publican County Committee met in. the office of the Department of Public Safety at 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon, and by 3 o'clock were ready to report to the regular Committee on Rules, which met in Select Council chamber. Owinc to the absence of Chairman Porter when the meeting was called to order, "William Flinn presided. On behalf of the sub-committee, composed of Walter Lyon, Esq., "William German and John Gripp, the latter read the report given below and the rnles were adopted unanimously. The following resolu tion of the sub-committee to the Rules Com mittee was also adopted: Your committee, appointed for the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 June 1889

-v .y "rur--?.) r - g . " v WHAT DO YOU WANT? Sasv i .AIZ It is anything in reason you can obtain it v s cheaply and quickly hy advertising In TUB .Dispatch columns. " FORTY-FOURTH TEAR. 10 OF THE FLOOD, tystematic Attempt to Ascertain the Number of Victims and The. ALUE OF THE PROPERTY. lifficnlt to Hake Even an Approx imate Calculation. 'HE FIGURES VARI SOME THOUSANDS. 'eople Well Posted Think There Were About 6,600 People Drowned, While Others Multiply That Number Several Time Property Danased to the Extent of From 86,000,000 to 610,000,000 A New Registration Being Diode Compar isons With a Late. Census-Estimated XjOSSCS In Each Ward and Borough The Relief Commission Issues an Address to the Public on the War the Fund Will Be Distributed A Resident Rcprcsentntire Selected. A systematic attempt is being made to earn as near as possible the number of ires' lost and the value of the property de- troyed by the breaking of the South Fork lam. The task is a difficult one, and the .ates...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 June 1889

SHHEZM w yywi! fl TVlfBSpi 'tFr&&iZTty Y- k . mw: s R at v& TO BEG! LIFE. A large Kranber of Bright Graduates of Higli Schools, FEOM THESE TWIN CITES, Hake Commencement Addresses to the Public Simultaneously. TWO VERY CREDITABLE EXHIBITS. Ideas of the Public's Higher Students, as They Appear in Print. IA2GE AUDIENCES IN BOTH CASKS The annual commencement of the Pitts burg Central High School was held last night at the Bijou Theater. Every seat in the theater 'was occupied and hut littte standing room was left On the stage a pleasing feature was presented by the ar ray ot bright and fresh looking graduates. The exercises were conducted by Principal Wood. The opening was with prayer by the Rev. Dr. "W. J. Reid. An excellent and well rendered programme was com menced with a chorus, "Wake Not Dream ing Maiden," by the young ladies of the normal class. Following was an essay, "Graduated, "What Then?" by Miss Daisy "W. Lemxnon, in which was delineated the glorious possibilitie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 June 1889

"V,, rww' v,, rn' - -jj- ?2T2;-"-v' rx J MWT! Vf st. &. . -j"' 5 rat--- f KfFOBBES STEEET. Charter Granted For a Railway JAlong tho Popular Drive. AST ESD PROJECTS STARTED. hey Hay Be Connected Up as One Con " ." tinuous Eailway. EW SCHEMES FOE ALLEGHENI CITI The publication yesterday of an an- suncement that three charters bad been ranted for passenger railways for the East nd, covering routes over Forbes, Hiland, arton, Sheridan avenues and other streets lade quite a stir, especially in connection ith the project announced sometime ago of charter for an electric railway on Diamond xect, when the latter thoroughfare is opened. he prevailing supposition is that it is in jew of the incorporators of these several nes to operate them together. The same iterest, and to some extentthe same names, eing represented on the list of charter lembers gives color to this presumption, nd was taken as indicating that, before lone; " night cars be bad from the city there may be notber continuou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 June 1889

tSJBd p s-s 32'fi 'W T'WyS?' jrjvv " iS.-1 i' Vcvr ' SS. V fk r v ,, ijtj",?"- j7r " i", j- l - f,r -& r S-MSWSOWWWAKWSOt "-fWA- i'W J; -i THE PITTSBURG; DISPATCH, ' ZRIDAT; JUSTO - 28, 1889. Sfk ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY S, liiiT YoL, Ko.Hl. Entered at Pittsburg Postomee, November 11, 1S87, as second-class matter. Business Office 07 and09FlfthAvenue. News Rooms andPubUshingrHouse75, 77 and 78 Diamond Street. Eastern Advertising Office, ltoom 45, Trlbnne Building, ewYork. Average net circulation of the dally edition of TBI DlSrATCH for six months ending June 1, 1SS9, 27,824 Copies per Issue. Average net circulation of the Sunday edition of THE DISPATCH for May, 18S9, 47,468 Copies per issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOSTAOE TTXl IN THE UNITED STATES. DAILY DlSfATCII, One Year 8 00 I3aH.T1M6F.atch, Per Quarter 2 00 Daily Dispatch, one Month to Daily Dibpatcii. Including Sunday, 1 year. 10 00 DAILY DISPATCH, including Sunday, Jra'ths. 2 SO DAILY Dispatch, Including Sunday, 1 month 90 SUN...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 June 1889

sen., -v- 4 stm. -tc'Iftft" THE HUTS. 40 More of the Little Chicago Ready- ?.Uade Houses to be Ordered. (CHARITI MAKING THE MEN LAZY. :1k The Cambria Iron Works-Anxious to IlaTe the Commissary Bemoved. JOHKSTOTO STOKES QOlKii TET "WELL rFBOM A STATP CORKKSrOKDIXT.J Johsstow", June 27. There have been teti applications for houses. It has been de cided to give every family having more than four children two of the small houses. This arrangement is quite satisfactory. Xo more of the Chicago huts have arrived. Governor Beaver approved the suggestions of the Finance Committee, and no more trill be ordered. He telegraphed the committee to have Master Carpenter Hughes build the houses. The Finance Committee did not take any action on the Governor's tele gram, but the bouses will be built in the future. The committee discussed the advisability of sending representatives from the boroughs to see the Governor about the distribution or the money. If the boroughs are not con solidated the commi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 June 1889

tin 3C3t1MKI3I s?r; &j&9mm J&V t -1 r , i h fe IV v '- fc r "CALLED THEM 001 Manager Phillips lectures the Local Team. BADT STOPS A EOCKY GAME CleTeland Again Plays Well and Beats this Phillies. THE GIANTS AND BOSTONS WIN. Some Exciting Contests Among the Asso ciation Clubs. GENERAL BASEBALL NEWS OP THE DAI Games New Yokes...., Bostons Cleyelands.... Columbus , Loctsvixles...., ClXCECKATTS..... SCOTTDALES ROCHESTEBS Hamiltons. Detkoits. maxsfielss..... Flayed Yesterday. ,. 13....chicagos 10 . 10.. ..Indianapolis.... 6 .. 4....PHiLADEi,rinAa. l ,. 1....BALTIMOKES 0 .. 8... . Kansas Cirrs.... 5 ,. 8.. ..St. Louis 6 . 8....Ci.ixaxs 5 ,. 6....buffai.os 0 ,. 4.... syracuse. 3 .. 5....tokoktos 4 ,. 5....daytons o Games To-Day. National League Fhiladelphias at Pitts burg; New Yorks at Indianapolis; Wasblngtons at Cleveland; Bostons at Chicago. ' Americas Association Columbus at Bal timore; Lonisvilles at Kansas City. International League Torontos at To ledo; Londons at Detroit:...

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