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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 July 1889

KssssssfisW?fl rT. vssssssPffFT ?!?A5Eir3HN55isWlsi,Kwi v jOTCvTj y tjft ?Wkv vfe9SL' ? 1s3kkv?5i,s j ;3S? ' v "SJV s" "'., x y r-t f5iK r -r fc. J y INOW F1KST Mm Pennycomequicks "Written for THE DISPATCH by S. BARING GOULD, Author 0f"MEH.AXAH,""doUBT BOYA V'JOHif Hebbixg," "The Gatebocks,"Eto ALL SIGHTS CHAPTER XLHL THE Gauntlet Cast. When snpper was ended, the whole party adjourned to the promenade outside the hotel, where a fountain plashed in a basin, and in an aviary on a perch stood a scowling, draggled eagle, and beside the aviary were cages with marmots, smelling abominably, and fettered on a patch of grass was a miserable chamois that seemed to have the mange. It was delightful to walk in the crisp pure air of evening without can or bonnet, and watch the evening glow on the snow fields, and listen to the tinkle of the bells as the cows were driven home frem the Alpino pastures and diverged to their several stables from the main street. Beaple Yeo came out after the party o...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 July 1889

F-8 STHEAETOFALLARTS FDr. De Witt Talmage Preaches ia the Brooklyn Tabernacle on .I0W TO MAKE AKD KEEP FRIENDS. To Be LoTed One Must Love Others and Be ?t Eeadv to Svmnathirn. JPEOPHETS OP EY1L HATE NO PBIENDS rsrXCIAI. TELEOBAX TO THE DISPATCH.! "Uboosxyn; June SO. At the Tabernacle Uthis morning, after the pastor, the Rev. T. ft pe Witt Talmase, D. D., had made an ex- f position or a passage or Scripture, the con- fgregation, led by cornet and organ, sang ue nymn beginning: Now I have found a friend. Jesus is mine. ' Dr. Talmage's subject was "How to Make Friends," and his text, Proverbs xviii. 24: "A man that hath friends must show hitn eelf friendly." He said: .About the sacred and divine art of making and lecping friends I speak a subject on Vhlch I never beard of anyone prcacUInc and fZnA (innht t 1. 1 ... . . put it In the middle of the Bible, these writing! 1T RnlAmAn tin,, . .1 ..J .... n .. --.!.,.. .... .,... .... - -. ww.vu.wu, uuuuucu vu uUU BIUC kiy IUO pUJIU lax Psalm...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 July 1889

7 .!. BUSINESS ? NpU 3P44?i"UJft WOAJJJ HARVEST Sff- ' j ? ' rORTT-FOUIlTH TEAS. PITTSBURG,. TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1889. . ,- THREE CENTS . . . - ' i I A CAREFUL CORONER Reasons for Moving Slowly With the Inquests on the Johns town Victims. NO TIME FOR PREJUDICES. The Yerdict Must Be Fair, and Accuse Nobody Unjustly. UITOETANT EVIDENCE BE0UGHT OUT. Testimony of Tiro Men Who Saw the Dam Break They Nerer Sow the Water Rise so Rapidly The Feeling of the Jobns lown People Deceitful Appenrnnce oT the Dam n to the Volume of Wnter It Contained What the Jnry Saw Yester day Another Adjournment Till Thursday Conference of the Governor With the Iiocal Finance Committee The Boroueha Favor the Conaolldation Scheme. Coroner Evans is moving slowly with his inquest for the purpose of securing a full and fair investigation of the causes of the break of the South Fork dam and "the ex tent of the responsibility as far as possible. The jury doesn't intend to be influenced by those who feel indignant at the ...

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

fflf;; 2 - THE rPITTSBUKG- 'keSPATCB; TUESDAY, JTTLY 2, 1889. ' , ' " '" k OsM - , . , , . . ,,, - V jfc- 'V A. B I A Si W W A U M H & ?ff382S!rBsrK: STILL HANGING FIRE. A-B- m DKm GO V. BEA VER IN TO WN B0mEE8 MDST BE miEBT- m8T IN TiiTY ES- - m ,-sj kj .i. . . . . . . r . . - . - , i m . . . i . .. i B VyjJ.CLU.L Ul OJ.IdIlU. tSdaPtttiSS?: ' He Succumb, nt Last After a Long Slckn... . v .!.. r -. r . -a t ft Tt.ll-. ... . Yt Til". TTfl k auon oi j-aoor; wiuiam -aarim, ecreiaryoi "n..c i" y iv J v il A oja,.cii ut u mj xo iF thA a. a nf r is w wniiam iininiv Hfrrn. xuiii DLtMiiui iiul jUMiivtMtii link liih E; m i i r ji tt A tary of the American Flint Glass Workers, and 9c. ,! ttti Hr lTOUDle Between tile K. Of L. Mr. Daly, of Lynn. Mass., wIU make addresses, v SflUire IS Seeking, VYltll WUWAMA,U"U iuu iu vi jji Men of aU trades are InTited, h - anu xne (-.aeration. M0KE SCALE BIGNEES. i .GOMPERS MAY GET INTO IT. The Homestead Men Deny That They Are Now on a Strike. 8-HOUR MASS...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 July 1889

ANEW PARK BATTLE. - An Exposition Land Squatter Ke fused to Vacate Till forced. HE DEFIES BOTH LAW AND POLICE. The Exposition to Have Glass and Sail Fac tories Operating. AETESIAN WELLS AND OTHEE PEOJECTS There was a bloodless war one of words on the grounds of the Exposition Society yesterday morning. It was fought by En gineer A- M. Gow, who has charge of the Exposition buildings, and a Mr. Bardsley, a "squatter." Yesterday morning Mr. Gow directed a half dozen workmen to tear down the fence that stood between the lower end of the building and the Point. The men proceeded to do as ordered, when they were stopped by Bardsley, who claimed they were trespassing on his property. "His" property consists of about one acre ot ground, which belongs to the Exposition Society, at the lower end of the Exposi tion, on which he has erected several sheds and a large stable. He has displayed in front of his office on Duqnesne way a sign advertising stabling to let." For two years be has occupiea...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 July 1889

"V 7fWKW;Z& - $ li r fc Ije ESTABLISHED FEBRPARY 8, 1846. Vol.44, No. 145. Entered at llttsburg Postofflce, November 14, 1837, as second-class matter. Business Offlce97 and 89 Fifth Avenue. "NewB Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. .Eastern Advertising Office, Koom 48, Tribune liulldlng, IewYorS. Average net circulation of the dally edition of Tnx DiSrATCU for six months ending June 1, 1889, 27,824 Copies per Issue. Average net circulation or tbe Sunday edition of Tnx uisrjLTcn for May, 188a, 47,468 Copies per issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOETAOE FREE IN TOE UNITED STATES. , DAILT DlsrATCH. One 1 ear f 00 DAILT Dispatch, l'er Quarter 8 00 Dailt Dispatch, One Month 70 Dailt Dispatch. Including Sunday, lyear. WOO DAILY DlsrATClMncludlng fcundav, Jm'ths. 2 60 Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, 1 month 90 bUXDAT Dispatch, One'Vear 250 Weexly Dispatch, One'iear 13 The Dailt Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at M cents per week, or Including bandar edition, at 20 ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 July 1889

' ' - ' ... THE pittsBTJRG ,DISPATCH,VTHESDAT, .JULY 3, 1889 V ' 3ff l . u ... . CAiH -3s a ' yrri' ITWILLBEASTEEET. Tho Ordinance for Widening mond Alley Was Passed BY SELECT COUNCIL YESTERDAY. Xo Block Asphalt Pavements Will be Laid in Fittslarg. PEOTEST AGAINST MAKING BIYER PAKE A special meeting of both branches of City Councils v as held yesterday afternoon to consider unfinished business. The matter of prime interest was the ordinance for widening Diamond street, which had been passed by Common Council and was to come up in Select When the ordinance was taken up Mr. Fitzsimmons presented a re monstrance signed by seTeral property owners and others doing business on the street. The ordinance and remonstrance were both read, aod then Mr. Fitzsimmons said that while he was in favor of public im provements generally he thought the city should go very slow in a matter of such magnitude as this. The parties who had signed the petition for wideniDC were gen erally owners of small pro...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 July 1889

. '!Ur "rr wr- T 6 fill I IA PITTSBURG - DISPATCH; TUESDAY JULY 3 "1889.- Sf JHE FOURTH TIME, Harry Wright's Team StiU Fails to Win. iGALVIfl'S SECOND SHUTOUT Boston Beats the Chicagos in a Good BV - Contest. IM?KEESP0ET MAKES A REPLY. lEesults of the Cunning Eaees and Other Turf 2fews. i GENERAL BPOETIKG KEWS OF THE DAT There is some old adage to the effect that ?-it is useless or cruel to flog a dead cow. (.Doubtless that old adage was a fireside maxim when the Indians were on our borders, and when.for revenge some feather- nsicapped piece of humanity would kick or ; chew a dead poodle just to satisfy himself that he was ruler for once. The ball game yesterday at Recreation Park was one that B begets sympathy more than criticism. The 'glaring fact that Philadelphia ought to be k jf better stands out very prominent. Phila- At delpbia ought to be better, of course, every body will say. but Isn't It a streak mat tne Pittsburgs hare won four straight from Phila delphia. The fact is th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 July 1889

inn Sf 1-f? I fP? f?5fS rpy TvF K.I MEAT ON THE HOOF. Features of Trade at the Heir's Island Live Stock Yards. CATTLE SAME AS LAST MONDAY. Heariest Bun of Sheep of the Season, and Prices Higher. BOG SUPPLY AND DEMAND LIGHT Office of Pittsbubq dispatch,"! Monday. July 1, 1SS9. J Buyers and sellers were somewhat diverse in their views of values at the opening of markets, and it was rather a difficult matter to ascertain the trend of trade. The outcome of the controversy was a betwixt and between result. The final issue was a market that raked little from that of last week. Collie. Supply and demand raised scarcely any from last Monday. The price of the best heavy Western beeves ranged from H 756S4 85. Medium weights, 1.200 to 1,400 pounds, 54 0 4 63, but it is doubtful U the latter figure was obtained. Prime light weights, 900 to 1,100 pounds, 53 90S 4 15; common to fair, thin and rough steers. S3 153 40. Country stock was in light supph. and it was next to impossible to obtain quotat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 July 1889

8 jTBrs-,,i,..'i "S-i,. JvA - ? s'irm'-' -'., v i? " F,ij it- ETHE TAX DEFECTIVE. H tOfily a Minor Part of Assessment on Out-of-Town Mills Good. THE HARTMAN STEEL CO.'S APPEAL rTroTM Largely Successful, and an Injunc tion Issues. OI1EE SEWS P0M THE LEGAL FIELD The business tax contest between the H&rttnan Steel Company and tbe city irai decided by Judge Slagle yesterday. Tbe suit was a test case, and it affected the mat ter of leryin a business tax' on tbe large coal and coke firms and otber business con cerns hiTins a branch office In tbe city and tbelr works elsewhere The suit was to re strain the dty of Pittsburg and W. K. Ford, "Delinquent Tax Collector, from collecting the 'business tax levied on the Hartman Steel Com pany. Tbe company has its works and math office at Bearer Falls and a branch office here. It was taxed on the business transacted on tbe grounds that the contracts were made here; therefore that the business was transacted here. Three modes of fulfilling these...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 July 1889

F;-"- SHREWD MEN IX BUSINESS Can reach the bestK class -of investors through THE DIS PATCH. The best fjj f itpwra SRICH Will ba reaped br all who advertise in THE Dispatch. It reaches eTers-bome ana is read by everybody. If you are in business let the public know it through THE DISPATCH. men in business can also be reached HARVEST through THE DIS PATCH. P0ETY-3?0TJIITH YEAR. PITTSBURG, -WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1889. THREE CENTS LESS TALKING DONE, For Fear of Attempted Inter ference by Officers of the Law, NOBODY'S SAYING A WORD. The Great Fight Expected to Come Off According to Programme. BOTH IN THEIR BEST CONDITION. Snlllran Looking so Much Better That tlio Oddsln His Furor Are Slightly Increased, Even at Kilrain's Home Fair Piny As suredThe Telegraphic Outlook Poor Hundreds of Sport Arrive at New Or leans From All Farts of the Coontry Sulliran Reaches Cincinnati Kilrain to Start From Doltimore To-Day Sullivan Says lie is Fine ns Silk and Touch as Whalebone Alabama Forbids the Fight. L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 July 1889

&m wmm THE PITTSRTJRG- DISPATCH,' TODlOTDAYJOJTiY ,. 3, 189. r fc'-' aSQSELLSDBDAT Jruggists Take Heart of Grace From the Election fT0BElBD THE L. & 0. LION. "A flew Method of Beating the Some what Ancient Blue Laws. ME. MILLER ON TBE SITUAUION. O-... 'Attorney Tost Says the L. 0. Is Tery K- Much Alive and Kicking. 4: PHARMACEUTICAL OFFICIAL EEPOET A number of the druggists of Pittsburg and Allegheny hare taken heart of grace from the successive defeats sustained by the Prohibition party and their gallant Se trick ier standard bearer, and are frankly assert ing that the huge tidal wave -which swept over the State and county on the 18th of June indicates a more liberal feeling dawn ing in the minds of the people. The druggists are ready to try a game of bluff with Captain "Wishart and his myr midons on the above account, and it is even hinted that the Cincinnati game is to be tried on. That is to violate the submarine law so frequently as to choke up the court with cases on I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 July 1889

jmEl PITTSBtlRQ- DISPlTOH, WEDNESDAY,. JUET 3, -1889; -V vy M LITTLE ROUND TOP The Magnificent Monument That Marks the Spot Held by 155th. A STORY QP PITTSBURG ZOUAVES And What They and Their Comrades Ac complished Jttlj 2 and 3. THET DEFIEtf AND WITHSTOOD DEATH Yesterday and to-day are anniversary oc casions which, to the veterans of the gallant old One Hundred and Fifty;fifth, are as sig nificant as is the morrow to a celebrating nation July 2 and 3 will ever be remem bered by them so long as life shall last. Their magnificent monument, now first il lustrated in print (to be dedicated in Sep tember), and the story of what that monu ment commemorates will both be scanned with interest. Little Sound Top was the key of the position at Gettysburg 26 years ago. "What, then, was the key of the position at Vicks burg? General Grant achieved the surren der of Pemberton's command. General Meade, aided mainly by General Warren, FOUGHT AND 'WON GETTYSBURG. The sacred soil of the Keystone Sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 July 1889

K t t. JS&t ; 4 THE PITTSBURG ' DISPATCH, WED1?ESDAT, JDIT 8, 1889. . ' ''W !gt Bffgafclj. i. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1S48L j. VoLH Mix 148. Entered at Pittsburg I'ostoffice, November 11, 18$7, a second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 00 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing: House 75, 77 and 70 Diamond Street. Eastern Advertising Office, Koom 46, Tribune nuuaing, sew xora. Average set circulation of the dally edition of XHX DlSrATCH for six months ending June 1, 1SSD, 27,824 Copies per Issue. Average net circulation of the bunday edition of CaiDlSFATca for Slay, 1So9, 47,468 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE rEEE IX THE CMTZD STATES. DAILY DISPATCH, One Year 3 00 Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter 2 00 . Dailt DISPATCH, One Month - 70 Daily Dispatch. Including Sunday, lyear. 10 00 DAILY DISPATCH. Including iiundav, Jm'ths. 2 SO Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday. 1 month w bCXDAT DISPATCH, One xear 2 SO Weekly Dispatch, One Year 13 Tax Daily Dispatch Is delivered b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 July 1889

WW y 'WPJVff 3k" THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, JOLT 8, 1889. y- a willing WITNESS. Davitt Gives His Testimony Before the farnell Commission. THE CLAH-BA-GAEL IS ALL EIGHT, Although Some of its Members Hay Have Been Criminals. PBOJIIKEXT IEISE LEADERS IN AMEEICA Losdon, July 2. Mr. Michael Davitt was examined before thn Parnell Commis sion to-day. Mr. Davitt declared that tnere was no truth in the account given bj Le Caron before the commission concerning proposals of John Devoy being submitted to Mr. Parnell. Mr. Parnell had nothing to do with witness' visit to America In 1878. Mr. Davitt stated that while In America he at tended meetings of the Clan na-Gael, at which he explained the object of the Land League, and tried to win the Clan-na Gael to its sup port. The Clan na-Gael, he said, included some of the best Irishmen in America. It was no more a murder club than was the Carleton Club of London. There was no alliance between the Clan na QaM and the League in Ireland. Die L...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 July 1889

aTJ3 niff'j??si53ssiisi3Esii 3iFsgjaiiiiiM? jjsflBHFrTM lfaslifsSiaBrTwIlsiiiiiiiiiiiBBB t , RESORTS. 4 V . J IE! MADE IT HUE, Jf a.2)Iie Home Talent Again Down the Phillies and SWEEP THE DECKS CLEAN. 'Boston Gets Another Set-Back in Anson's Town. 1 JJDNLAP'S OPINlOxS OP GARFIELD. ilcKeesport Clnb in Line to Taclle the Scotts. i.'-CEKEEAL BASEBALL KEWS OF THE DAT 4 -If ever a baseball team was knocked into the soup and jnmped on the Phillies are -victims of that kind, metaphorically speak ing. During their stay here since last Fri day they hare been gradually disappearing In the liquid mentioned, and yesterday they were literally steeped and saturated in the are-cornered boiler. Three straight victories from the same clnb ' it a very pleaslne achievement, and four Is re- VUy dellghtf nl, but when It comes to five there Is really sufficient cause to shake bands with one's-selt. For the fifth time since Friday , Harry Wright and his team of ball players were completely knocked ont yes...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 July 1889

HMPettHfiBLMEBECsMMBBi . ".i. . r a fi TUB IEATUBES OF TBADE. Ka(nro Too Generous in Supply of Fruit and Vegetables. THE COKSUHER HAS AN IMING. Flour Trade No Longer in Bayers' Favor Prices Must Eise. HOG PEODUCTS AEE MOYLNG SLOWLY Office or PnrsBtTBo Despatch,! Tuesday. July 2. issa. J Garden Product. The chief complaint of produce commis sion men of last year was the great abundance of stuff in all fruit and vegetable lines. It seems that we are to bare another season ot abundance. If natnre would be less generous, both producer and dealer would gather in more ducats, with a smaller expenditure of labor. The consumer, how ever, has no ground of complaint. The pro ducer and dealer's losses are gain to the millions who, after all, are the parties most interested. A Liberty street commission, merchant said to-day: "We are' handling lots ot stuff, but getting very llttloTor It. The trouble always Is in prolific seasons, such as this Is, that we hare to do a great deal of work and pet ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 July 1889

8 THE PITTSBTJUG . DISPATCH, ' "WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1889. Ira rV I - HCLOSELY CONTESTED. . -- , u ffl. soYELinsm flame. rafppK jneu. : xaiieo. QV- ; ??,rtlKeTf. 67.8 269. 8muel A HfK . . ? Katie F. Reed.. 10.6 Cntehion. HWTho Honor Pupil in High School i JSilKSSfe: S Si!! ... . r -i . i 254. Miller IM-nhi-. - n H hxaminations is rusnea. f SIX AYEEAGED OYER 92 PEE CENT. The Grant School Hants Highest, Passing Its 25 Applicants. THE GEXXD TOTAL IS 3S4 OUT OP 476 The High School examinations were fin ished last night, and the report will be sub mitted to the High School Committee Fri day evening. The class was larger than ever before, there being 475 applicants. Of ' these 384 passed; 47 had the required aver age, but failed in one branch, and are enti tled to a reexamination In this studj; 43 failed, and 2 became ill and were unable to go on with the examination. The honor pupil tbls year comes from tbe Oakland district, where llanos McCloskey.No. 49, made BX2 per cent; he is a pupil o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 July 1889

.v -s- Can reach s t SHREWD class or investors through THE DIS PATCH. The best men In business can also be reached, through THE DISPATCH. HEX IN BUSINESS FORTY-FOURTH TEAR. T L Kilrain's Backers Show Shyness in Coming Forward With Even Money. JAKE ON HIS WAY SOUTH. Thinks He Has Good Luck Thrnst on Him by an Old Priest LOWRI'S MILITIA TO STOP THE FIGHT The Baltlraorean Appears to be a Trifle Overtrained Intest Advices From feul Ilran Indicate He is In Perfect Condition A Great Deal of Secresy Bring Ob servedThe Authorities Vigilant Baby McK.ee Travels on the bane Train With Jake Four Photographers to Take In. taataneous Views Receptions to the Pugilists. Kilrain's friends are thus far not betting, unless they can get odds, which the admirers of Sullivan feel free to give. Sullivan has arrived at Chattanooga, and Kilrain left Baltimore yesterday for the South, whither he is now speeding. Kilrain looks a trifle overtrained. Governor Lowiy, of Louis iana, is preparing to use militia to...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 July 1889

H ,' fv mjFjCHCL A Polyteclmic School to 1)6 h t Established, in Pittsburg. ffXXIAH D X JH X I1.D D U IDllU uo. I 'The Western University Decides to Branch Oat Extensively. CORPS OP INSTRUCTORS CHOSEN, $W According- to the Recommendation of the I r rnmmltfaa IVhirh Tloito flttis Pitloo i FIEST TYOKE WILL BE EXPERIMENTAL i The cne fond hope of Pittsburg, to have a polytechnic institute, is at last about to be real- . lied, as definite plans and arrangements to that end bare been consummated. The considera tion of snch a movement, which has occupied the minds of the trustees and faculty of the . Western University since last June, was "brought to a climax last Tuesday by the official action of the trustees in establishing professor chips and accepting the report of the Visit ing Committee of nine, who haro in spected the principal institutions of the kind throughout the country to gather ideas for the establishment of such an institution in con nection with the university. The project...

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