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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 July 1889

isa iu&a msgjtjwf sf,-SYww7 5-apMwMyr p"?s' JvTTJ'''- '".tV THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1889. fOgjKXaESSgl QUITE A BIG AFFAIR. That New Wilkinsbnrg Kailroad May be Traction or Electric IT WILL COME CLEAR DOWlf TOWN, Either tj an Independent Line or Hitched to Citiiens' Cars. THE SODTHSIDE TRACTION SCHEME It is as good as settled that "Wilkinsbnrg is to have direct connection with Pittsburg by a street railway. The route is about completed, and those connected with the en terprise say work will be commenced on the road as soon as the charter is obtained. The corporators of "The Pittsburg and Wilkins burg Railway Company" are W. W. Young, President of the Lawrence Bank; P. S. TJrling, James Fitzsimmoiis, lawyer; Erasmus Hoevelcr. an East Liberty stock dealer; W. G. Hastings, a real estate dealer of the East End, and John Ferring. Th3 capital stock is 3 0.000, divided Into 120 shares. It is sot expected that this sum will build the road and equip it, but this is me...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 July 1889

THE PITTSBUKG- DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1889. Wlje BiMtcft. ESfABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, ISIS. VoLH 0.153. -Entered at ltttsburg 1'ostoffice, November 14, 1837, second-class matter. Business Office 97 and G9 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House75, 77 and 78 Diamond Street Xastern Advertising Office, Hoom 48, Tribune llnildlng. New York. Average net circulation of the dally edition of The Disi'ATcnforslx months ending June 30, 1SS9, 29,492 Copies per Issue. Average net circulation of the bunday edition of Tax Dispatch for three months ending June 30, 1889, 52,660 Copies per lssne. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOSTAGX rBEE IN TDK UNITED 6TATIS. DAILY Dispatch, One Yesr t 8 00 DILY DI6FATCH, Per Quarter 2 00 Daily Dispatch. One Month "0 Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, lyear. 10 00 Daily Dispatch. Including gunday.Sm'ths. : SO Daily Dispatch, Including bunday.l month so fcUJiDAY DI6PATCH, One Year 2 SO "Weekly Dispatch, One Year 1 The Daily Dispatch is delivered br carrierant 15 c...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 July 1889

w A THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1889. GEN. CAMERON'S WILL Admitted to Probate in Harrisburg on the Arrival of the Senator, THE ESTATE VALUED AT $1,700,000. Each Member of the Old Politician's Family Handsomely Remembered. A NUMBER OF dURITABLti BEQUESTS rEFZCIAI. TELIOHAM TO TUX DISFATCB.4 njuutiSBUBO, July 9. Senator Cameron, baring arrived this afternoon, the will of the late General Simon Cameron was ad mitted to probate. The executors of the de cerned are Hon. "Wayne McVeagh, Senator Cameron, J. Montgomery Forster, State Insurance Commissioner, and John H. "Weiss, of this city. General Cameron left an estate valued at abont 1 1,700.000. The Donegal estate, on which the veteran politician died, is given to Senator Cameron, and after the laiter's death is to go into the possession of his son, James McCormiclc Cameron. Simon Cam eron, the imbecile son of General Cameron, is to have a residence on the estate, which is estimated to be worth (100,000. The Front stree...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 July 1889

HSEal raw TTX2a5 y r "p. c rwfj- H v ' r St U ROAST! Tim Keefe Makes a Mark of Our Home Talent. THEYDIM'T GET ONE BUN. ' Local Teams Make a Maich to Play for Money. BOSTON DOWNS THE BABIES. The Phillies Win & Lucky Contest hy Heavy Hitting. GENEEAL BASEBALL KEWS OF THE DAT New Yokk, July 9. The second round in the present series of games between the New York and Pittsburg clubs at the New Polo Grounds, .played yesterday, resulted in another victory for the champions. The Tisitors were not in in at all. In fact, the home team took the lead at the start, and increased it as they went along until, at the home stretch, the visitors were out of sight. Toward the wind-up the Smoky City men worked with a will to prevent a clean shut out, bat the great Keefe was in the box, and that settled it. Only three hits were made by the visitors, and they were squeezed :n between outs in different parts of the con test, 'so they were of no use. The work of the New Yorks in the field wasn't so wel...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 July 1889

WBBBSSBBBSSSSSSm . -H y X V THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH. "WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1889. COMMERCIAL NOTES. Great Activity in Canned Meats, While Bicycles Are Booming. DEALERS UNABLE TO FILL ORDERS. Uncle Sam's Custom House Keeps Up Its Usual Bright Record. HAVANA CIGAK8 IN ACTIYE DEMAND Orncie op Pittsburg DrsrATcn, J Tuesday, July 9. 1889. ( Tradesmen who can are preparing to flit to the mountains or seaside,and the situation in most commercial lines Is that of suspend ed animation. A week ago the general prayer among trades people was that rains would cease. Uow the cry is for rain to come and cool the atmosphere. It is a pleasure to find that in some branches of trade there is great activity, notwithstanding the intensely hot weather. A representative of the canned meats in dustry said to-day: "Our trade was never as large at this season of the year as it is now. Since April 1 there has been a growing demand lor our poods, and this and next month promise to be the best we have known. So fa...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 July 1889

N ' - . THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1889, ! ? AN ISLAND ROMANCE. The United States Has One Warm Friend in the Pacific Group. A YERY EEMAKKABLE CHAEACTEE. " , Borne Important Features in aBeportef the Consul to Sidney. 'CALLEES UPON PEESIDENT HAEEISOH. Unather Alltfheny County Man Is Scwarded far rtUUeal Senlce. -he report of Consul Griffin, stationed at Sydney, contains some important features. She Gorernment is urged to pay more at tention to our interests in the Pacino islands. A wealthy woman, whose tether Wa n American, is very anxious that the TJnhcd, States should secure a foothold in this region. In one island the curious practice of caging girls until they are mar ried is practiced. rsrxciAi. txxeqrax to tux dirpatcr.1 "Washington, July 9. A report just re ceived from United States Consul Griffin, of Sydney, Hew South Wales, urges upon the United States greater attention to the importance of the islands of Bismarck Archipelago, because our commercial inter ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 July 1889

When you Takeyour Vacation Do not forget to notify The Dispatch office and your papefwill be forwarded to you with out extra expense. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR. f Do not forget to notify The Dispatch office m. IMI . M JsP I.I.I.XBII M ... SJl W 1 -ZP Ai 1 Ef f 1 A I a. irrltten by th noted author, Edgar Fawcett, ,3"j DON IS A CANDIDATE, He is Not Indiffereiitto His Seat in the United States Senate. WASHINGTON HAS CHARMS And the Senior Senator Will Taste Them in Spite of Quay. OFFICE BETTER THAN PRIVATE LIFE. General Henderson Want to be Speaker and Doesn't Hesitate to Say So lie Is Stalklug-Horse for No Dion A Ses sion ot Congress Before Decem ber Tlie President Opposed to Glv Ine Ami the Aalbor of Charges Horace A. Taylor Expected to Make the Railway Commlnlonerhlp All It Ought to be Secretary Noble Re fuses to Talk Abont Tanner's Expected Retirement A Liberal Land and Terri torial Policy. A friend of Senator Cameron says that gentleman desires to sneceed himself in the United States Senat...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 July 1889

Sfci i&L THE ETTTSBTIRG- - -DISPATO: THUESDAT, JULY- 11, 1889. w fert," artallow candle: fill the air inside the eauson with soot and make it terrible lor the lungs. I have worked a few hours in a month-old caisson lighted by candles, and 'expectorated solid soot for an hoar after reaching outer air. Thirtv lights of 23-can- dlo power? Oh, yes; we need that much light. Here are the two engines for com pressing air; 750-horse power and a regular pressure of 10 pounds to the square inch. This reserroir holds the air. It is 3 feet in diameter and 16 feet long. This water wound it is to keep the air cool. Those two C-inch tubes carry the compressed air down tfato the caisson. Here we are on the caisson." A GLANCE XT THE CAISSOK. It was an oblong, partially submerged structure, constructed of huge timbers, and 23x51 feet in size. An open framework rose in the air holding np a working platform. "There are 1,500 tons of these big blocks of stone on here," says Mr. Jordan. "They 'hold i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 July 1889

MURDEROUS RIOTERS. A Dozen Mad Italian Demons Attack a Railroad Foreman. JUMPED ON AND HIT WITH A PICK. in Excitin? Cbase, With Shots From Ambushed Fncitiyes. TWO AEEESTS, AXD OTHERS TO FOLLOW A large number of Italian laborers en gaged in a riot yesterday afternoon at Cork's Run, and Lawrence O'Toole, fore man of the Ohio Connecting Company, was very seTerely injured. O'Toole had the supervision of a new railroad being laid at Cork's Bun, and employed about 19 Italians. At 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon O'Toole told one Italian, known as "Big Dan," that he had no further use for him, and he might consider himself discharged. The Italian was impudent, and then, be coming enraged, sprang at O'Toole and struck him on the head with a shovel. Nine of the other Italian laborers answered the call of "Big Dan," and made an attack on O'Toole. The latter was trampled, and a large pick was run into his leg. Some citizens at Cork's Bun interfered and sent word to Sergeant McCurry, of the Thirty...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 July 1889

i. ?,; r- KL B$pf4 lESTABUSKED FEBRUARY 8, 1844. ToLM. Xe.llL Entered ut PUtsburc l'otofflce. 2f orember 14, 1&S7, a tecuud-clatt matter. i Business Office Q7and09FlftbAvenue. Hews Booms and Publishing1 House 75, jr 77 and 79 Diamond Street SXastern Advertising Office, ltoom 48, Tribune Building, hew York. . Average net drcnlatlon of the dally edition of IXHXDlsrATcn for six months ending June 30, 1S89, 29,492 Copies per Issue. Average net clrcnlstlon of the bunday edition of ETSX Dispatch for three montlis ending June SO, turn. 52,660 peoples per Issue. TERMS OF T1IE DISPATCH. rOSTAOE FME IX THE UNITED STATES. DAH.T Dispatch, Onelear i t 8 00 : Daily DrsrATCH. One Month 70 lV4.lT.-r IIispatcw. lneludlnfrknndav. 1 rear. 10 00 AJAH.YDisrATCli.lncludlueSunday.Sra'tlis. 8 50 teDAlLYDisrATCiMncludingSunaay.l month so bCNDAT Dispatch, One! ear 2 60 i "WrxKLT Dispatch, One Year l 25 i' Tmh Tt ,w llei.a"j'rTr fc (.Itrorpil hv rnrrlprfiat ' ilS cents per week, or Including bunday editio...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 July 1889

THE HTTSBTJEa DISPATCH, THURSDAY, JUIiY 11,- 1889. A HEALTHY PLACE. The State Board Meets at Johnstown and is Much Pleased. IT VIEWS ALL THE REGION, And Compliments tho Saultarj Orj-aniza-tion and Eed Cross. DE. LEE TO KEEP THE WORK GOING The ClemlEZ of the Streets Mitluj Excellent Vtosnsa. The State Board of Health met at Johns town yesterday and commended the work done by Dr. Lee and his assist ants, and directed its continnance during the summer. "Washington street has been cleaned np. The greatest excitement of the Jay iras caused by the arrest of Corporal Jones bv a civil officer. tFEOK X STAFF CORRESPONDENT." Johnstown, July 10. The annual meeting of the State Board of Health was held here to-day. After re-electing Dr. David Engelman, of Easton, as President, the board devoted the rest of the session to considering the sanitary condition of the Conemaugh Valley. Drs. Lee and Graff, who have been the agents of the board, sub mitted a detailed report of the wort that has been do...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 July 1889

." THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, THURSDAY, JULY 11, '" 1889. fc M HIM MSE, Young GarMd Gets Sized Up at Sew York. ANOTHER EOE THE GIAKTS. rllorris Knocked Out of the Box in One Inning. TLEYELAKD BEATS BOSTON AGAIN. Ed. Williamson Makes a Statement About Himself and Spaldinj. LOCAL TEAMS AEB AGAIN HATCHED New Toek, July 10. The event in to day's game at the Polo Grounds was the batting of Connor. Roger had his eye on " the ball and it -was just the sort of a game that he selects for long hits. He had a record for Ions; hits on the old Polo Grounds and he longed for a record on the new grounds, and he has got it, notwithstanding ihnt'the grounds are only three days old. The ninth inning had begun. Tiernan bad bit safe and moved aronnd to third on a bad throw by Fields, and Brown was out on a long drive to Hanlon. "When Connor came to the bat be looted the picture of strength. He is undoubtedly the most powerfully built ball player in the land, and as he leaned over the plate with his bat i...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 July 1889

3 r B8?BBMBBWffviPHiBB lssssssCsssfsWsrTimssss i trwffiP''ffjTvrT' w,awr BRtWf f1'"' " Tjaf : -. - "" I ' . v ' .X ,r LOCAL LITE STOCK. The Enn of Cattle at Liberty Only Half That of Last Week. i SMOOTH LIGHT BEEVES ADVAKCED. 1 i HeaTy Weights Drag-Sheep and Lambs Scarce and Higher. EDS OP HOGS LIGHT, DE3IASD ACTIVE OFFICE OF PlTTSBUnO DlSrATCII, I Wednesday. July 10. 18S9. J The supply of cattle this week was little above one-half that of last week. Keceipts on Monday were CO cars, to which about 4 loads have been added since. Receipts last week were close to 120 car loads.- In the supplies of this week were an unusually large number of prime heavy-weight cattle. One load received averaged 1,738 pounds, and a number of others ranged from 1.400 to 1,600. For a number of months past shippers of heavy-weight cattle have given the Liberty yards the go-by, as demand for this grade has been light. A large proportion of the heavy cattle re ceived this week were from Licking county, Ohio, ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 July 1889

HRr7 - i. , - - . .. ; . ---., f Tr . ' t c -r, , " :-' .& ft vT wf . -STSST2SyBr '. p .Hi" r K. k. i-. It fHE ONEIDA BICHES, kFrom Participation in Winch Charles A. Burt Was Debarred. A SHARE IN TWO MILLIONS The Prize for Which He Fights, the Sum Being Xearly 9100,000. HE WAS BORN IN THE COMMUNITY, And Hit Bolt Brings Its Terj Peculiar Custnat Into the Courts. Charles A. Burt, of Rochester, N. Y., is B plaintiff against the Oneida Community for a sum between $70,000 and $100,000, the share he claims in the general property. He vas born in the society, was educated by it at Yale and conducted important business for it. The defense is that he had been ex pelled. The suit revives in the public memory the Oneida Community's peculiar customs. ItrKCIAI. TM.IORAM TO TITE DnrATCIM Syracuse, July 10. Attorney AI. M. "Waters, as referee, heard the case ot Charles A. Burt, of Rochester, against the Oneida i Community to-day in his office The iuit isneof the most important in many re flect...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 July 1889

S"SEK5 ?riiaii ssaisTsTsTsfflsaasaBsTsaasESsaMsagaslsaBsTsl ?3 w A Dead Man's Vengeance, WhenyouTakeyourVacation Do not forget to notify TllE Dispatch office and your paper will ba forwarded to yon with' ont extra expense. AtfAmerican Romance of thrilling Interest, 4JKn by the noted author, Edgar Fawcett, fSi&nbished in complete form in next Ban-daJC5Acn. IWmfctt fe FORTY-FOURTH TEAK. BLAINE ASICK MAN, The Secretary of State Not Expected to be a Figure head Much Longer. HE MAY NEVER RETURN Prom His Summer Vacation to Ee sume His Official Unties. SENATOR COOPER NO MORE CONFIDENT Secretary Blaine's Health Not as Good as Bis Friends Hoped It Woald be This Week Ills Tucatioa Liable to be a Pro longed One Kccurring Ramon of a Stroke of Paralysis Collector Cooper Exchanges Confidence for Certainty Kobert D. Layton Receives His Re ward for Work In Last Tear's Cam. palga Washington's Gold Field to be Energetically Worked Senator Qaay Requests the Removal of Marshal miller. Secretary of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 July 1889

t Made by tlie Striking "Work men at Homestead. EEOBUITS DRIVEN AWAY. Several of the Non-Union Men Badly Injured by Strikers. A LIVELY MELEE YESTERDAY. The Sheriff Says Order Musi Be PreserTed at All Hazards. AS EMPHATIC PROCLAMATION ISSUED The Eecond day of the great strike at Homestead opened amid the most intense excitement. The bitterness so keenly felt on "Wednesday was greatly intensified yes terday by the attempt.early in the morning, to smuggle in a carload of 40 men, collected from different parts of the country and shipped from Pittsburg by an employment agency on Grant street. As the train ap proached the depot it was surrounded by the sentinels, and the alarm instantly con Teyed to the tipper station, where a larger body of workmen were congregated with instructions to be in readiness to receive the recruits on their arrival there. A number of the new men, who claim that they received their first intimation that there was any trouble by seeing a large body ot men at the ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 July 1889

s2fsr w$ F-Wtyy..-Tv. niUM't ""THE P1TTSBTJKG- DISPATCH, FKTOAY, JULY 12, 1889. IT IS ALL MIXED UP. 1 Meeting of the Subscribers to the Travelers' Club House Funds THEV DEMAND AN EXPLANATION. Two of the Collectors Aosent Themselves Without a Statement WELL KXOWX FIRMS ARE INVOLYED Affairs in that Commercial Traveler' Club are not only at a standstill for the present, but in a decided mix. This is largely due to the failure of Messrs. Ford and Dearborn to put in an appearance at the meeting ot subscribers to the clubhouse fund yesterday alternoon and make a much desired statement Mr. Ford is said to be sick and Mr. Dearborn has declared his in tention to withdraw. It was stated at the meeting yesterday that Messrs. Ford, Godfrey, Wells and Dearborn acted as collectors of the subscrip tions, and Mr. F. K. Kohler, the Treasurer, who is anxious to be relieved of the respon sibility, holds $595, of which sum he has paid out $95. Colonel Sam Moody, repre senting Mr. van Dusen, of the Penn...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 July 1889

jirits X pff-s I -ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1840. . Vol.44, Ko. 155. Entered nt 1'lttaburg 1'ottoOce, November 14, 18S7, as second-class matter. Business Offlco07 and 00 Fifth Avenuo. ' News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Eastern Advertising Offlcef Itoom 48, Tribune Building, Mew York. Average net circulation of the dally edition of TuxDisrATCHfortlx months ending June 80, 1839, 29,492 Copies per Issue. Average net circulation of the Sunday edition of The Disfatcu for three months ending June 30, 18891 52,660 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FREE IN THE UXITXD STATES. DAILY DisrATCn, One Year I 8 00 Dailt Dispatch, rer Quarter S 00 Dailt Disfatcu. OneMonth 70 Dailt Dispatch. Including Sunday, 1 year. 10 00 DAILY DlSPATCH.lncludln8unday,m'ths. z 50 Daily Di5PATCH,lncludlng Sunday.l month DO bCXDAY DISPATCH, One Year M Weekly Dispatch, One Year 13 The Dailt DI6PATCH Is delivered by carriers at 15 cents per week, or including Sunday edition, at ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 July 1889

BBfy SBBIBmrWHmBBBBWHrirBMMFnff Jttyyj'BHBTt vi mmi rjmar w ma v ' 1 1 n t i j " i 'Tir ' i 'mm i"fi' mPHfgCSffff-I "-Vi Wf F--i!'JW!MniiBfcl V11 ilisMHffsBWPRgyajiBMWsHBWffBsBBfgM THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, IHIDAT, JULT 12, 1889. . i ItELIGION IN SCHOOL. A Discussion of tho Subject by Car dinal Gibbons and Others. SUCH INSTRUCTION IS NECESSARY, According to the Tiews Advanced by the Catholic Dignitary. BOJIE BATHER DIFFERENT OPINIONS. One Writer asserts That Ho Doctrine cf Any Kind Should be Tolersled. Cardinal Gibbons and a number of otber eminent individuals hare written papers as to the expediency of religious instruction in the public schools. The opinions are widely various, and are defended with vigor and skill. "Washington, July 1L Public Opin ion, the eclectic journal of "Washington, will to-morrow (Friday) publish papers from the pens of Cardinal Gibbons, Rev. Dr. Thomas Hill, ex-President of Harvard University; Rev. Dr. Minot J. Savage, of Boston, and Prof. "W. T. Harris, ed...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 July 1889

ft1 THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, ' FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1889. IN VERY HARD LUCK The local Team Again in Dire Difficulties. MOBEIS IS NOW DISABLED. Sunday, Beckley, Carroll and Maul ; on me sick List. THE GIANTS BEAT CLEVELAND. Pitcher Healj to Go With Captain Anson's Team. KESULTS OF THE ASSOCIATION GAMES The local baseball club is again in grave difficulties, and Morris has been examined by a physician and ordered not to play for some time. Carroll, Maul, Beckley, Sun day and Conway are also all on the sick list. Captain Anson offers to take John Healy, the pitcher, recently released by Washing ton. The Louisville club has thoroughly reorganized under new officials. New York easily beat the Clevelands, and rain stopped the game between Boston and Pittsburg. Without doubt the local baseball clnb is having one of the most unfortunate seasons that has been known in its history. The misfortunes are not altogether financial ones, although it is safe to say that adverse circumstances have caused...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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