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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 July 1889

,.-, - i , - Eroth for BY Ernest 2T- twxrrrxK tob in sisrxTCH.1 S JL M AN X years ago -SxdpMl there lived an old I miller who was a rery faiooui man all over the country on account of the ocautiful flour that came .rom his mill. The people , came from far and near to I bring him their corn and have it ground in his mill. Thus it happened that the old man became very well-to-do. and his money hairs became more and more every year. At last he had saved so much money that be could not keep it in the bags any longer, and he had a strong box made for It. Here he put it all in, everything he had, and he felt that he ought to be satisfied. But in the morn ing when the miller got up and he went to look at his big money box, it was gone. The robbers had broken into the mill during the night, and they had carried everything off; indeed they had not even left enough that the old miller might buy himself a piece of bread for his breakfast The $ oor old man was nearly heartbroken with grief, and...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 July 1889

KO -1 - s'lywjpf'Tjjsr" T- sKSEsH T v S2SS: i J.O Id. BELL BOY'S LIFE. r fBill Ave Eitracls From One Urcliin a Chunk of Real Eomance. toS FIRST WICKED EMPLOYER $'And His Hearty Indorsement of the Im ported Habit of Tipping. 1 WET WELCOME FROM A DEAP GUEST tWKIIIEK FOB Tin DISPATCH.! HE hotel bell boy has never bad what might be called a fair show in the columns of the press. He has not been interTiewed, and not beinj; a Toter, his appeals (or recognition hare never been listen ed to. The bell boy is the connecting link between the upper and lower order ot beings at a hotel, that is, he fills the upper order alter it is given. Yesterday I detained a bell boy with red hair who came to bring me a pitcher of ice water, and asked him ii he would mind be ing interviewed for publication. He said lie would not, but would have to wait until 6 o'clock, at which time his day's work closed, and he would be at leisure. At that hour he appeared at my door. He is a medium sized boy, but older than...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 July 1889

SHREWD MEN IN BUSINESS Can reach the best class of Investors through THE DIS PATCH. The be6t men in business can also be reached Whe pm$btixa A RICH HARVEST rtrm tA A4ru)1 W-n who advertise In TDiBFATcn, It reaches erenr home and Is read by everybody; If. Ton are in business let the through THE DIS PATCH. public knowlt tnrougn im Dispatch. T FORTY-FOURTH TEAR PITTSBUEG, MONDAY, JULY 8, 1889. . THREE CENTS Mmm . .- i ,Sk . fa - II FICHTJB FIZZLE, Its Managers Confident It Will Come Off This Morning, as Scheduled. THE RING1SAT RITCHBURG, And the Principals Are There, Too, But the Spectators Aren't. ARREST OP THE PRINCIPALS CERTAIN. Vigorous Efforts of Ibe Governors of Louis iana nod Mississippi to Proven t tbo Meeting ulllvan and Kilrain Leave New Orleans on the Same Trnin and Reach iho Ring; in Good Shape isix O'clock Set as the Time for the HI en to Shake Hands nnd Begin Uostili-tles--Too Much Money Depending on the Result--Three Thousand People Buy Tickets at Fancy Prices to Seethe...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 July 1889

?s s f $? j .y- ft GLASS The Country's Crystal Com merce Comes to" Pittsburg FOB ITS TBOMISING DEALS. Our Glass City Attracts Hundreds of Live Competitors, in LINES NOT MANUFACTURED HERE. The Pottery Trust is Frowned Upon bj "All the Drummers. fll THE PE1CE-EAISEBS MAI FAIL Prom to-day on, for a month or six weeks, the Monongahela House will be transferred into a National Glass Exchange, represent ing the glass industry of nearly every factory in the United States outside of Pittsburg that makes household articles. Por tbe past few days box upon box and barrel after barrel haTe found their way to the hotel from all parts of the country, con signed to different drummers for the factories they represent; and the drummers will all be here by to-day or to-morrow. Eleven of them were registered yesterday, and the number will be more than doubled by the time named. All the large spare rooms in the house are being transformed into sample rooms,and the goods will be dis played on tables. On...

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

SftSXSI lisflRsa "fiflar RWWtfW1 ' - y, THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, v MONDAY, JOLT 8, 188ft A SOLEMN SERYICE. The Funerals of Fannie McComb and Burt Freeman Yesterday. MANY PKETTY FLORAL TRIBUTES. KeT. TV. F. Conner Preaches on the Sad Fourth of July Accident TWO OF THE BODIES STILL UKFOUKD The new Arch Street M. E. Church, in Allegheny, was crowded at the morning service, and; seVeral hundred people were unable to gain admittance. It was thought that the pastor, Iter. W. P. Conner, would preach on the drowning of five members of the congregation on the Fourth, but he only referred to it. He con trasted the happy meeting a week ago when the church was dedicated and the gloom that was cast over the anuience yesterday. His text was Phillipians li., 5. In referring to the sad accident he spoke of how uncertain onr best joys are, and said: "in great crises ot life we needed to go to the best model to study His conduct and behavior, to see how He deported himself in the midst of a great tri...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 July 1889

ESTABLISHED FE3RTJARY fc liifcC Vol. , No.181. Entered at Pittsburg rostofflce, November it, 1837, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing: House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street Eastern Advertising Office, Boom 46, Tribune Building, New York. Average net circulation of the dally edition of TUX Disr VTCU for lx months ending June 30, 1889; 29,492 Copies per Issue. Average net circulation crthe Sunday edition of The Dispatch for three -months ending June 30, jesa. 52,660 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCII. POSTAGE TBIE IN THE rXITXD BTATEB. DAIlYDiSFATCH, One Year I 8 CO Daily Uistatch, Per Quarter 2 00 Daily Essr-ATCH, One Month 70 DailywJispatch. Including Sunday, 1 year. 10 00 Daily Dispatch. including bunday.Sm'ths. 2 SO Daily Dispatch, including bunda7. 1 month 90 fctrxDAY Dispatch, Oncesr 2 50 Weekly Dispatch, One Year 1 25 TnE Dailt Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at 15 cents per wecl or including bunday edition, at 20 cent...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 July 1889

X , X THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, MONDAY, JULY 8, 1889. 5 IN THE KING'S HOUSE. Eev. T. De Witt Talmaso Describes the Spsndors of tho GOLDEN PALACE ON ZION'S DILL. Tho Eeception ly Angel Friends in Father's Mansion, 0r WBEEE TflERElSEOOMENODGHFOEAU .SPECIAL. TELE-RAM TO TnE CISrATCU.l The Hamptons, N . Y., July 7. Kev. T. Be Witt Talmae;e preached here to-day on the subject: "Our House on the Hills." His text was John civ. 2: "In my Father's house are many rooms." He said: Here is a bottle of medicine that is a cure-all. The disciples were sad and Christ offered heaven as an alternative, a stimu lant and a tonic He shows them that tbeir sorrows are only a dark background of a bright picture of coming felicity. He lets them know that though now they live on the lowlands they shall yet have a house on the uplands. Nearly all the Bible descrip tions of heaven may be figurative. I am not positive that in all heaven there is a literal crown or harp or pearly gate or throne or chariot. They ma...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 July 1889

&SiSWRX3B2nB& ri w?frrsw 6 THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, MONDAY, JULY 8, 1889. v pESDNE TOTHE EAST, fllie Home Players leaye With Hopeful Hearts. UQWE A1TD WHITE TO PUY Sta!ej's Friends Making Efforts to Have His Fine Remitted. 1 RESULTS OF ASSOCIATION GAMES. Horace W. Brown's Great Stable of racing 'Wonders. h GESEKAL SPORTIKG KEWS OP THB DAT " Manager Phillips and his team of ball players left the city for New York last even ins wtb- 'very 1!Snt hearts. Horace, par ticularly, was cheerful and very hopeful of great success. During yesterday he received a dispatch from Kowe and White stating that they will be in Xew York to-day, ready to play. ' "This is very satisfactory news to me," said the manager, "as it means more things than one. It means that the two players have been playing hard every day on the quiet, keeping themselves in condition. I know that they would not commence play ing at once if they were not in condition to do so. I think we'll put a strong team in against Ne...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 July 1889

tNOW F1BST The Pennycomequicks "Written for THE DISPATCH by S. BARING GOULD, Authoror,MEHAI-AH1""COUBTEOYAI-,""JOUKHEItRUrO,""THEGATi:EOCKS,"ETO ALL RIGHTS CHAPTER XLV. Obee Alp. After Fhtlip had looked sufficiently Ions at the caged eagle he went in search of the Cap tain, and found him smoking in the verandah of the hotel. "Lambert," said he, "there's a deal of fnss being made about this American lady, but who lssher' Comes from Chicago," answered tbe Cap tain. "I know that, but I want to know something more concerning her." The Captain shrugged his shoulders. "She's good-looking, deucedly so." That also I can see for ravself. HaTe you made no inquiries about her?" "IT why should IT' Philip cjhled the head waiter to him. "Here, "who is this American ladyT" "Oh, from Chicago." "Exactly, the Tisitors' book says as ranch. I don't see how she can be rich, she has no lady's maid." "Oh, saire! De American leddles aire ver' inrt'pendent" There was nothing to be learnt from anyone about: ...

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

I 8 EW NATAL DEVICES. inventions That Will Expedite the Saving and Taking of Life. HL DECIDEDLY VALUABLE EOCKET. Sit Will Carry a Line for a Distance of Kearlj 1,250 Tarda. INCREASE OP LIQUOR CONSCMPIIOlf. Ik Tery YalnaBle landscape Addition to the Coreoiu lit Gallery. Constant progress is being made in naval equipments. A new life-saying rocket, ; -which will prove of great value, has just Stbeen successfully tested. Another device is ' for the purpose of firing guns at sea by electricity. israelii, tklickjlu to tiix dispatch, i J WlTTTicfTTn-- .Tnlir 7-T have inst wit- aessed at the 2f avy Yard the trial of a life- " saving rocket which is the most ingenious fhhing in that line ever invented, and the test of which has proved a perfect success. One cannot help but imagine, looking at its possibilities, the grand work it will per form in the saving of life. Visions of wrecked and stranded vessels rise in the fancy, and long lines of surviving but badly scared passengers or sailors, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 July 1889

- ".-; 7-V SHREWD XEJTXW BUSINESS Can roach the best class of investors through. THE DIS PATCH. The Heat men in business can also be reached throuprh THE DISPATCH. FORTY-FOTJKTH YEAR. John L. Shows Kilrain Where He Was Wrong, in a Little Over Two Hours, JAKE DOES SOME SPRINTING And by Palling Down Fre quently Ayoids Consider able Punishment. FOE SEVENTY-FIVE BOTODS The Boston Boy Trances Around After the Baltimore Brniser, Trying to Sing Him and IMPLORING HIM TO FIGHT HIM, Hlrain's Offer to Call it a Draw, and Later to Quit, Declined lv Sullivan, TVho WANTS TO "WHIP MITCHELL AS WELL John L. Sullivan is yet champion of the pugilistic world. He met Jake Kilrain yes terday near Bichburg, Miss., and in a 24 foot ring, according to London prize ring rules, fought 75 rounds for the champion ship, $20,000, the championship belt and a division of the gate money, Sullivan being declared the winner in two hours and five minutes. The champion is only a little the worse for wear, while Kilrain ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 July 1889

B' 2 a. . THE F1TX8BUR& DISPATCH. TUESDAY,- JTTLY 9, 1889. I AGIGMICJOB. Enormity of Trying to Pro Tide for Butchers' Enn. AN OPEN WATERWAY CITED As the Host Feasible Scheme let, at Cost of $100,000. A C0UNCILMANIC SURVEY IS MADE, And the Host Marreloas Municipal Water shed Discussed. BEWEES MAT CATE, CAUSING FLOODS Yesterday afternoon an important inspec tion of the Spring Garden district vrai made by the Allegheny Councilmanio Committee on Streets and Sewers. The memory of the awful flood several years ago in that region makes any movement for improvement there of interest to everyone. The expedition yes terday was for the purpose of deciding on a proper method of carrying away tie large volumes of water which inundate that dis trict so frequently. Councilmen J. P. Ober, Charles "W. Neebe, Charles H. Hartman, Robert McAfee, J. H. Smith, Charles A. Mnehbronner, Anton Roehlhlein, Henry Stockman, J. R. Wolfe and City Engineer Ehlers left City Hall at 2:30 r. M. on the mission. Co...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 July 1889

Hlffl - T" t -t r .. -A 1 THE ' PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, TOTJSDAY, JULY 9, 1889. . w mMummmmu ww'ujjjatwiMBMwwwwwrare IX. " . T31HW,.fV , B ' J LINES AEE CAST OFF And Monongahela Shantyboats Mast Set Sail for Other Climes BY ORDER OF THE WHARFHASTEB. A Wild Friffht Among the" HHndred Water Squatters is the Result. STEAMBOATS MUST HAVE SOME CHAKCE In obedience to orders issued by "Wharf master. Crawford nine shanty-boat owners have cast loose from their moorings on the Mononcahela wharf and flitted to a more hospitable mooring ground, either up or down the river. There was no chance for protest or explanation. The city wanted the wharf unencumbered, and the Western Pennsylvania imitations of the Venetian gondolier had to more, and more quickly. Several of the nine offered to pay wharfage, but the city evidentlr desired their room and not their company. The news that city officials had ordered the summary removal of shantyboats spread jz Some of the llama That Had to Go. like wildfire amo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 July 1889

CEKE IK War" jEt J839, IB? v v v r HPT.. T " ' 'Pr BL 4 K ESfABUSHED FEBRUARY Ij Sli Vot., 'o.l5i Entered at Pittsburg Postofflce, KoTember 14, 1SS7, as second-class natter. Business Office-- 97 and GB Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing- House 75, 77 and 78 Diamond Street. Eastern Advertising Office, Boom 43, Tribune Building, cwYork. Average net circulation of the dally edition of TuxDisrATCHforalx montbt ending June 30, 1888, 29,492 Copies per Issue. Average net circulation of the Sunday edition of The Dispatch for three months ending Jnne 30, 52,660 Coplca per issue. . TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOETAOE rBIE IXTUI ckitid states. DAILT DisrATcn, One Year f 8 CO DAILY DISPATCH, l"er Quarter i 00 Daily Dispatch. OneMonth 70 Daily Dispatch. Including Sunday, 1 year. 10 00 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday.Sm'fhs. 5 50 Daily DiSPATCH,lncludingSunday.l month CO bcsDAY Dispatch, One Year SSO W eekly Dispatch, One Year 13 Thi Dailt Dispatch la delivered by carriers at IS cents per week, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 July 1889

THE PITTSBURG -DISPATCH, -TUESDAY, JULY 0, 1889. 5 LEAVING THE RUINS. The Saviors of Johnstown on Evo of Their Homeward Journey A PIKE BADGE FOR HASTINGS Presented to Him by the G. A. E. Through Commander Stewart THE FIGDEES OM LOSSES AND DEATHS fFBOX X STAFr COHRESrOVDENT.I Johnstown, July 8. There is very little Bleeping being done in the camp to night Nearly all the State officers and employers will leave for their homes in the morning, and are now patting in their time preparing to take their departure. The old officers, who like to gather around a camp fire and review old associations, are bidding goodby to their fellows. From many a tent comes the sound of clinking tin cups, in dicative of many gatherings around the flowing bowl, or rather the flowing keg. The men who have worked from early morn until midnight are rejoicing in the fact that they will enjoy a short season of rest after to-night. It will be very short, as many of them will haTe to do duty at the annual encampmen...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 July 1889

"' IA6 -THE "PITTSBTJIiG- DISPATCH, TUESDAY, . JULY 9, 1889. ' ' ' '- "- " , - i "" it-" K". - '- vtv r "T . ' ' " - ' -f5W -j: f- ; I i'S NOT FIRST CLASS rtflie ,SulUYan-Kilram Fight Examined by Pringle. K FEW WISE PEEDICT1MS. JJake Did Kot Thoronghly Master His JUCUbUl O J-UlitllO COMPARED WITH OLDEN FIGHTS The Battle of Testerdar Made But a Poor Showing. "THE DECADENCE OF THE PRIZE RING. r. Oni nf trie mnst lvmnlfir nrize fiht&. and Jjone of the most disappointing that ever took lMpIace since the days of Figg took place yes- ' tsrday. Pew people who know anything p at all about prize fights will for a moment R hesitate to question the popularity of any I 'thins of tbe kind if it is on a national scale. After all, there is pluck, as Lord Talverton said, in a man who will stand in front of another nnder even circumstances and be beaten by weapons that nature only gave. A sentiment similar to this was expressed in the British House of Commons when such a brave man as John Gully,...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 July 1889

f-TC stm - - " -- - - ' .i - . - -tmismT - "-" """"K- zMi').iLVLmmmmmmBimismimH TUESDAY, JUJiT 9, 1889. 1 7 4 MEAT ON THE HOOF. Leading Features of Monday's Mar kets at Herr's Island. HOG SUPPLY AND DEMAND LIGHT. Cattle Higher West, but Slow Here at Last Week's Prices. SHEEP AXD LAMBS SCAECE--HIGHER OFFICE OT PITTSBURG DISPATCH,! Monday, JqIv 8, 18S9. "Western drovers report cost of cattle 10c to 15c higher than last Meek. They were, however, unable to persuade buyers here that they should have an advance on last week's rates. In fact, markets were slow at last Monday's prices. The grade that best meets the demands of our trade are smooth, tidy steers weighing from 1,250 to 1,300 pounds. There were a few cattle in tlio supplies which weighed from 1,500 to 1.G00, but their beftiness was against them. The time has passed -a hen prime heavy steers are wanted for our averaco local trade. A Diamond market batcher said to-day: "I find little profit of late in buying catUemuch above 1,300 ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 July 1889

wg? ;feiMJiKPJgftyggftjaB vqnunn ' i . ssflsssj' ts-ev -w- - - jSHBBSssssaBsssaK.-4. amt f 8CaSMaBBBlMfclJiiSflR3!SjnJMgB fir ar S." I as? " Q I SULLIVAN IT IS. k "Conftnued rom JSrat .Riffe, referee: "You're Rot money on Sullivan," to which Fitzpatrick replied: "you're a liar." Rounds 48 to 67 Kilrain resorted to running around and dropping at every opportunity, to avoid punishment, which disgusted the crowd, Sullivan's and his seconds and friends' claims of foul were paid no heed to. The Grand Finale. Bound 68 Kilrain ran around the ring. Sul livan followed him closely, hitting bim in the ribs. Sullivan feinted. Kilrain attempted to I drop, when Sullivan hit him with a neious upper and under cut, knocking him down heavily. Time. 1 minutes. Bound 69 Kilrain was knocked down with a right-hander in the jaw. From this until the close of the seventy-fifth round Kilrain pur sued his running away tactics, dropping on every attempt of Sullivan to administer pun ishment. At the close of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 July 1889

,!- -MmssA-st sffismegTag fPpipE 12L ffo pfl$ta SHREWD HEM IX BUSINESS Can reach the best class of Investors throuph THE DIS PATCH. The best men in business can also be reached thrown THE DIS PATCH. A RICH HARVEST x: Will ha reined by all who advertise In Thk Dispatch. It reaches every home ami Is read by everybody. It you are in business let tho ublio know it through This iispatch. rORTT-FOTJETH YEAH. PITTSBURG, WEDKESDAT, JULY 10, 1889. CQJEREE CENTS mpmlth A GENEROUSVICTOR. Sullivan Expresses Great Sym pathy for Kilrain, and Hopes He Isn't Hurt. JAKE HASN'T HAD ENOUGH. He Declares He'll Challenge John L. for Another Go for $40,000. THE BIG FIGHT MUCH TALKED ABOUT. XUIrnln Leaves for tbe North by Wny of Texas Salllvan lo Go Home by sea In Order to Keep Sober The Costly licit to be Given n a Prlzn for a Bowery Boot blacks Sparring Contest AKew Reason Given for Kllrnla's Sickly Appearance In the Ring Sarcasm Hung Wholesale at tho Two Governors Who Didn't Pre vent tbe Mill. Although ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 July 1889

-jpwfiwisrssrwTipw ITf5 THE PITTSBUEG- DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, JUIiT 10, 1889. K 3 Mb ; SBbI y back or her was her sister, Miss Morgan, still conscious and groaning. From each body blood was flowing freely, hut there were no traces ot a strode. The revolver with which the shooting had been done was lying by Lewis Side. It was an American bulldog pattern, of SS caliber, and quite new. The house. No. 5 Arthur street, is of brick, three stories in heicbt, and has no entrance in front, the alleyway at the side ending in a pair of steps reaching the first story. The narrow doorway, upon the sill or which the murderer lay, opened into a small hallway. At the right was a pair of steep stairs, down which Mrs. Mosby's two children came at the sound of the revolver. At the left of the hallway a door opened into a hall leading to the front stairs of the house. Opposite the outer door was an other leading into the kitchen, the scene of the shooting. The hallway was covered with a rag carpet, and t...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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