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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 July 1889

BMBWMMWMBHMHHHM9i. V ' ' 'jf; '.THE PCTTSBlTCx, 33ISPATOH,' PBIDAY,; JTILT 12, 1889.7"' ' 7 j FEATUEES OF TEADE. The Week's Transactions in Live Stock at East Liberty. HEAVY CATTLE AND HOGS GO SLOW. Country Trodnce of Erery Kind Promises to be Abundant A PEDDLER'S YIEW OF THE SITUATION Ornci of Pittsbubo Dispatch, Thursday. July II, 18S8L J The run of heavy cattle this week was ex ceptionally large, and in this grade markets were slow. The supply of light, smooth butcher stock was below the average, and prices advanced 1020c per 100 pounds. The salvation of markets this week was the light run, which was little above half that of last week. The same amount of stock as last week would have knocked the bottom out of trade. It has been a marked characteristic of live stock trade all this season that heavy cattle and hogs have moved slowly, ana markets were uniformly in favor of buyers. Licht, smooth hogs were active to-day at 4 804 90. while heavy weights were slow at 40 to 50c below th...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 July 1889

sgrtfggsai ft w 8 THE HTTSBUKG- DISPATCH, -FRIDAY, JULY .12," 1889. 'iiwililssMBrwli'lffi'ssB -' '' 'T . --- .. , r . - --r.wjr ti&b ! fcCLMGlNGTOAWEECK -' The Creditors of the Defnnct F. & II. ' Bank Try Another Plan. TRYING TO BEACH STOCKHOLDERS, Whom They Declare Are All IndiYidually , Liable for Debts. OTHEE NEWS OP THE CODET BUILDINGS A bill in equity was filed yesterday by Attorneys J. S. and E. G. Ferguson, repre senting H. C. Gearing, George Levy, Ar nold AVieman, J. K. Jarrett and others, creditors, against the Farmers and Mechan ics' Bank, of East Birmingham; J. H. Sorg, It. S. Cunningham, E. Bingham, and H. J. Berg, assignees, and Abijah Hays and oth ers, stockholders. The plaintiffs claim that under the act of Assembly under which the bank was incor porated the stockholders are individually liable for its debts end engagements equal to the amount of stork held by them. Un der the same act the bank made an assign ment to Messrs. Sorg, Cunningham and Berg for the b...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 July 1889

I. ppMHIHIPWIpPaj - - - tj v- - :.,." . - -... a " - Vij' ;.. - . ' . ' . s ir: k r y y f r 5 Transient Advertisements, INCLUDING ' ' WANTS, TO LETS, FOR SALES. ETC., FOB TO-MORROW'S ISSUE Should be banded in at the main advertising office of The Dispatch, Fifth avenue, np to midnight. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR. IS THERE A REMEDY? The Terrible Struggle at Home stead More and More Serious Daily. HOPES OF A SETTLEMENT. Pinkerton Detectives at Brinton, to Arrive Before Daylight. EXCITING SCENES OP TEE THIRD DAT. , The third day of the great strike at Home stead opened under the most exciting cir cumstances. There are 2,800 workmen whose situations depend on it, and 25,000 to 30,000 persons whose living is concerned. The majority of the men were on guard all night' at the different depots, at the works and at certain points along the river hank. They have a perfect system of martial law, and the man who ha. no pass can't go through their lines. The utmost vigilance is being constantly exercised...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 July 1889

MP THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH. SATURDAY, JULY - 13, 1889. N A WETPETITM The Eetailers Will Petition the Court for a Eevision OFALISTOFTHEBEFUSED. Such Action is Urged on the Ground of Public Necessity, TO C0EEECT THE EXISTING ABUSES. From 15,000 to 20,000 Signers Have Been Secured in the County. AN APPEAL IS KOr CONTEMPLATED The roost reputable retail liquor men in Allegheny county who were refused licenses' are about ready to present a petition to the Court, asking for a review of the list. It was the intention to submit the papers this morning, but, owing to the illness of Judge I W hite, they will hardly be presented beloie Monday. Attorneys John Eobb, Charles Montooth and C. F. McKenna held a short consultation yesterday to determine the time when to hand in the petition. Mr. Jtfsiab Cohen, who is also employed, is out of the city. The idea is not to appeal to the Supreme Court to reverse the lower Court as has been erroneously published! but the petitioners merely ask for a revisio...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 July 1889

iff 1 ' -i 8" -!....'.., 1 5? 8 fcM. ! " -I. .. , I THE PITTSBURG 'DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JULY 13, "fQQO r TWENTT-FIYE YEARS. The Silver Wedding Anniversary of Kev. Dr. and Mrs. McMillan AT THEIR CHURCH IN ALLEGHENY. A Whole Congregation Present as Guests of the liridal Couple. A SILVER COIN FROJI EACH AS A GIFT The Second TJ. V. Church, Stoctton ave nne and Sandusky street, Allegheny, has been the scene of many a happy wedding, and its pastor, Eev. Dr. "W. H. McMillan, has officiated at the ceremonies that have joined together more than one young couple, but it is doubtful if a more happy or pleasanter scene has been enacted in the church, or if the pastor and his wife have experienced the same sensations within its walls, as when they were surrounded last night by a large congregation of old and young, and con gratulated as a bride and groom of 25 years. THE TABLES WERE TURNED. The welder of holy bonds was placed back in memory to the time when he stood at the altar as an actor in a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 July 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JULY Better Then b Vacetinn. Read the Mammoth Issue of The Pittsburg Dispabah OF To-Morrcw (Sunday), July 14, 1889. It will carry you on the wings of fancy to for eign lands, where yon may jostle Prince and Peasant, view Palaces and Cathedrals and roam through jungle and desert. It will take you to the boundaries of Old Neptune's do mains, where you can hear the breaking of billows on the rockbound shore, and feel the salt spray upon your cheek. It will bear you to the mountain resort, where the odor of the pine trees is borne to you on the breeze, and the songs of the birds mingle with the soft Toices of beautiful women. To-morrow's Dispatch will contain contri butions from the brightest writers of the age, and the articles will be beautifully illustrated by competent artists. Among its more im portant features will be Edgar Fawcett's in tensely interesting American romance, entitled :,A DEAD MAN'S VENGEANCE." E. Berry Wall, the Kins; of the Dudes,...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 July 1889

KXMMWE FWfwwiwr THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1889. ST'EJKXTOSBL.'Sas.S ! LOTS OFJM AHEAD. Some Unwritten History of the Sen atorial Fight in Korth Dakota. HILL'S SUCCESS DEATH TO PIERCE. Eon. Alexander Hug hes the Former's Can didate For the West 2nd. TOE BIG EAILEOADS IN THE FIGHT. A Eharp Knife to be Used at Once to Cat the Wind Ont cf Tierce'i Sails. Some very interesting stories are being told of the Senatorial fight now going on in Xorth Dakota. It is said that not only are several big railroads interested in the out come, but a number of old political scores arc to be paid off in the first Senatorial election from one of the four new States. rsTECIAL TELEGRAM TO TUB DISPATCH.! Bismarck, N. D., July 12. There is some interesting history back of the Sena torial fight in North Dakota that has never been printed. Smooth Jim Hill, the Mani toba railroad magnate, has had his fingers in the Senatorial Die already. Hill's suc cess means disaster to affable Gil Pierce. It...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 July 1889

T '6 THE PITTSBTJBG- DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1889. KNOCKED JEEMS OUT. Boston Makes an Awful Show of Pittsburg. GARFIELD TRIED AGAIN. Onr Home Talent Could Only Get One Bit and One Bon. HEW IOEE PASSES CLEVELAND. The Phillies Defeat the Chicagos in a Very Lucky Game. KESDLTS OF TUB ASSOCIATION GAMES The Boston ball team made a sorry show of the Pittsburg club yesterday. Galvin was knocked out of the box in five innings -and Garfield took his place. He aid tolerably well, but the team was badly beaten. New York beat Cleveland and stepped into second place in the race. An effort is being made to transfer the Cuban Giants to Lancaster, but it will likely fail. rorrciAi. tzleoham to the disfatcii.i Bostos, July 12. The second set of games in the Boston-Pittsburg series opened disastrously for the latter, their work with the stick being limited to a single bit, which yielded a run after a man had been given his base on balls. Their weakness at the bat was as surprising as was the une...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 July 1889

5 v THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1889. -X GLAD TO GET AWAY. The 1'residcnt More Than Ilnppy to leave Washington and Its Woes. WILLING TO ABANDON BUSINESS Tor the Measure of Forming His Family's Acquaintance 'Weekly. WAXAIIAKEK'S TELEGRAPH RATES CUT Cphtld t One or Bis Entordlnates, bat Sot Likely to be a Success. President Harrison left 'Washington yes terday for C'er Park, where lie will rest at least until Wednesday, when he may return to Washington to meet with his Cabinet Second Assistant Postmaster General "Whit field thinks Postmaster "WanamaKer was fully justified in cutting the rates for Gov ernment telegrams. The present opinion is that Mr. Wanamaker may have to pay the old rates or go without telegraphic ac commodations. f SrEClAL TELEGRAM TO THE DITATCn.l Washington, July 12. With satisfac tion shining in every line of his pale counte nance, the President departed this after noon for Deer Park, where he will soon be In thebosom of his family. The Presidcntal...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 July 1889

?sjsw'vfT9fflBMrwi9Fk?r9PinsssBsMHIIHiVjHBrnBBsssssssssi 'JTV5 Ve &' -S ff THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATUEDAT, JULY 13, 1889. rjs , , -' '"' , i ri i Tn u iiliini HI wHMIU'lTTPWliDPIiPIWiWiWiro v- - Z .TJaS .KPKIHS f ?v vx 'JB f i 'HTJiKT it 4 3TW tc"'w,TaZ " WG -? SfWnrx v TSWW'WKyP Tr OTnHTB1B8VnlVWFw8nHrMPMHS3KSB!linillBGBflHHMIHfeiHIHwAHfliflBsnaHHBlTBA&HIInHHlHlB . ;T i ' : - r - -. ' r- '- Vt; , "i " -fsv twv TR- -W r 1BBIsiW"TKf8r iKwmt ,l '''W JtMTWBfgWWJIivl"lBTfcgBgWWlWWf"lr7r" "Tiil.-w j PlH1sssT " - 1 J 2 "SIP A LIFE OF B031ANCE. Charles Crocker's Kiece Adds Another Incident to Her Queer Career. MARRIED AGAIN IN NEW YORK. he Sexton Forbidden by the Groom to Tell of the Mysterious Wedding. XO SEASON KXOWN FOR TQE SECRECY. A Gzatleman Suaed Iltnrv F. Gtllfe U Mi's. Torter Ashe's Hew Hnsbud, The divorced wife of K. Porter Ashe, the well-known turfman, was quietly married in Xew York the other day to Henry F. Gillig. The wedding was surrounded by a pood deal of mystery...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 July 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH SECOND PART. t I I PAGES 9 TO 12. i I THE STATE OF TEADE. Business Does Kot Improve Much Except in Isolated Spots. AN INCEEASE IN OIL EXPORTS. The Carnegie Striko Ess 'Disturbing Effect Upon Steel. BAILS BEIKGISG A HIGHEE FIGUEE rsrzcux. txlxqbamto the nisrxTcn.i Kew Yokk, July 12. Special telegrams to Bradstreet's indicate that the volume of general trade throughout the country, while a little more active in special localities.does not on the whole show much increase in vol ume. The outlook for the autumn business is generally considered excellent, and good crop prospects have already had an influ ence on the country demand at Kew Or leans, Kansas City and St. Joe. Lumber proves an exception, in that it is weaker at "Western centers. A satisfactory increase in trade accom panying increased firmness in prices, is re ported in drygoods, building materials, furniture and carpet trades at Kew York City. The Kew York stock market is active anfi excited, but the re...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 July 1889

PP -iM-W-M------ 10 to entering the bedroom of the deceased with Dr. Arrowsmith, and to the examina tion he had made of it. There he had found the jewel box opened, Us contents ab stracted, and the watch gone. He could find nothing else disarranged in the room, or any trace whatever that would give a clew as to the identity of the murderer. He then looked out of the window with Dr. Arrowsmith and saw by a few leaves lying on the ground, and by marks upon ihe hark of the ivy, that someone had got up or down. Dr. Arrowsmith had suggested that he should take up his post there, and not allow anyone to approach, as a careful search might show footsteps or other marks that would be obliterated were people allowed Jo approach the window. When Captain Hendricks came they examined the ground together. They could find no signs of foot steps, but at a distance of some ten yards, at the loot of the wall, they found a torn glove, and this he produced. "You have no reason in connecting this with ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 July 1889

Piffiw 'Tr THE MARKET BASKET. Fruits and Vegetables of All Kinds Plenty and Cheap." THE FIRST GRAPES OF THE SEASON. Spring Chickens Approach the Average Pocketbook'. FISH AXD FLOWERS GO QUIETLY orriCE or Pittsburg Dispatch, 1 Friday, July 12, lbS8. J At the Diamond market fruit and vegeta ble stalls reports were that everything in season is in over-supply and prices lower than at any time this season. Baspberrics and blackberries, new apples and potatoes are abundant and at their lowest point. Black currants are coming in freely and are cheaper than they have been for a number of seasons. There is a decided improve ment of late in quality ot egg plant, and those selling at 23c are cheaper than what we bare been having for alewn eeks past at 10c to 15c, as size and quality have so much improved. A erv delicious hot house crape is on the stalls at Si per pound. Of these there are tnree differ ent varieties, namelv. black Hamburg, white Muscat and Chaseles Pittsburgers have not yet cau...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 July 1889

li'MWissilllllllllllMisllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMsiMliisgY M HV.M0ISSBn!HilRBMM'KQRS9f!!wVSP 12 THE PITJTSBUBG- DISPATCH,' SATURDAY, JDIT 18, 1889. AN ELECTRIC DEATH Described by a Westinghonse Expert as Extremely Painful. OVER 1,050 VOLTS IS DANGEE. Human Besistance Hard to Measure and Cremation Possible. A MAN WHO SURViYED 2,500 TOLTS New Yobk, July 12. Franklin L. Pope, the veteran electrical expert, testified before Referee Becker in the case of Kemmler. the condemned murderer, yesterday, and said he did not believe sufficient knowledge existed as to the effects of electricity on human be ings to determine what amount will kill -without dangeroi torturing the victim. He explained that he had had 30 years' expe rience with electricity, had been an electrical engineer for 18 years and was the second President of the American Society of Elec trical Engineers. At present he is employed as an electrical expert by the Westinghonse Electric Light Company. He had, he said, at one t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 July 1889

"" " DOUBLE BOMBER. T '" " ' ffijjj ' FORTY-FOURTH TEAB. THE SUM TIRED, His Majesty, the Lord of the Lion and Sun, Suffering From Ennui. HE CANNOT KEEP AWAKE, And Finds Amusement Only in the Society of His Mascot. OTHER TROUBLES OP BRITISH MATRONS. An Attempt to Close the Indian Matrimonial Mmket to the Anslo-baxon Robert Hrownins's llnd Break In Blank Vene on a blunderer of His Wife's Memory All Classes of People In England Grum blingnt Paying for Uojnl Matrimonial rirasurcs Koulanger Stumbles Into Ills L'snal Lack England With Another of Its Continual Little Wars on Hand A City Mouso Tamed by a Frisoner. The Shalt of Persia, although engaged in a very expensive tour, is apparently not en joying himself as well as he might. He goes to sleep at the most unexpected times, and none of England's lair daughters seem to have any fascinations for him. The Briton matron has another cause for com plaint, an attempt having been made by Sir William Moore to close the Indian mat rimonial marke...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 July 1889

-V requested a conference with the officials of the great labor organization, and it was granted. About 10 o'clock Sheriff Jlc Candles, after having had a talk with the representatives of the firm of Carnegie, Phipps & Co., drove up to the Amalga mated headquarters. lie Jiiftl Jumped In. Here he found President Weihe, Secreta ry Martin, Trustee James H. McNutt and and several other leading members of the organization. The situation was discussed for a time, and the best means to prevent bloodshed were the main features of the conference. The Sheriff asked what themen really considered essential, and President "Weihe informed him, in verr emphatic lan guage, that the scale as arranged by the firm was unfair, or at least was so reearded by all the workmen, and that their men would not and could not work at these wages under any circumstances. "Tell me what I can do; I will do any thing you say anything if it will prevent trouble," said the Sheriff. "The firm has denied us a confer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 July 1889

ESS THEY ASSUME FORM. The Spiritualists of This City Get a Charter ior a Church. THEIE AIMS, OBJECTS, ETC., GIVEN. 'o Creed, but a Declaration of Quite Elastic Uiiitarianism. AIM AND OBJECTS UNOBJECTIONABLE In CommonPleas Court No. 1 yesterdayja charter was granted to Messrs. John II. Me llror, C. L. Stevens, John II. Lohmcr, J. A. Gordon, Melchoir Varner and others for an incorporation to be called the "First Church of Spiritualists of Pittsburg," ior the support of public worship according to the faith, doctrines and usages of the Spir itualist etc The application was made by D. T. "Watson, Esq. As there are many people who have but a shadowy knowledge of Spiritualism, the definition of American Spiritualism by a Frenchman who investigated it maybe in order. He says: "Properly speaking, spiritualism is the opposite of materialism. "Whoever believes he has within him something distinguished from, matter, is a spiritualist; but it may not fol low that he believes in the existence of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 July 1889

ei2hbi Ej3j3SBSj5SBSPBBWHWBPHBWIiBBBiWBBl I' to lie Bipp K ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1518. Vol.H Xo.117. -Entered at Pittsburg Fostofflce, "ovember H, I8S7, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House 75, . 77 and 70 Diamond Street. Eastern Adcrtlbng (JHcc, Koom 43, Tribune liulldlng, JicwYork. Average net circulation of the dally edition of TUEDisi-ATCMforstxinonibscndlng June 30,188 29,492 Copies per Issue. Average net clrcalatlon of the Sunday edition of The DISPATCH for three months ending June 30, issa. 52,660 Copies per Issue, TERMS OF THE DISFATCII. postage riiEE is the united states. Datit Dispatch, One Year t SCO Daily Dispatch, l'cr Quarter 2 00 Dailt Dispatch. OneMontb 70 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, 1 year. 10 00 Daily DlSPATCu.lncludJncSundaT,3m'tlis. ZSO Daily lisrATCH,lncludlng Sunday.l month 90 MJM5AY Dispatch, One Year 2 50 Weekly Dispatch, One Year 1 25 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered br earrlersat 15 cents per...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 July 1889

MHH p pFfS . 'Ifl'IV PtJW ! I ' ill i- m NOT TO BE BLUFFED. Switzerland Kefnses to Agree to Ger many's Arrogant Demands. GERMAN BETALIATION MEASURES. The Emperor Does Not IpproTe of the Chancellor's Flans, A KOIAL CONVERT TO CATHOLICISM. The Sister or the Minister to Washington Pnts an End to Her life Switzerland has made a defiant reply to the demands of Bismarck. The Chancellor has been forced to modify his plans. He is endeavoring to retaliate on the little repub lic in other wave. The Empress Augusta has joined the Catholic Church. The Ke.chstag trill meet in the near future. K'OrYRIQUTID BT THE ASSOCIATED mESS, 18SO. 1 Beblix, July 13. The reply of the Swiss Bundesrath was receiTed at the Foreign Office yesterday evening. Though civil in tone, it is none the less defiant, and is throughout a vindication of the rights of refugees and of Swiss action toward German police agents. The note persists that the arrest and ex pulsion of "Wohlgemuth were fully justified, and says: "The B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 July 1889

"m. WTtfZTtf?f W THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JULY 14, 1889. : r; X' County League CMs Play Some Exciting Games. ' THE HOMESTEADS BEATEN. "East Endcrs Make an Awful Show of the Emsworths. ODE I50YS DEFEAT THE ERIES. The Oatlands Brace Up and Win a Good Contest at Seiricklej. GESEEAL BASEBALL KEWS OF THE DAT There is quite a boom among the semi smtteur baseball clubs in this city. Yes terday they played numerous cames of a high class. The county league teams fig ured conspicuously and well. There was also considerable more interesting baseball news. Pringlc'e Reylcw. the details of tlio BomtonPIttsbarAT gumr, nnd Lrnirne nTrr nrs nnd other lntcreMlnc sporting n will bo found on Ibe fourteenth pnec, second part. There was an excellent game at Homestead yesterday betwoen tbe Homestead team and the Duquesnes. Both teams are In tbe county league, and tbe contest was a championship one. Tbe attendance was excellent. Jones, tbe Homestead pitcher, was bit bard, although he pitched well. ...

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