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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 July 1889

SS ESKLsdiii rtf . - Sj tuedIt, THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, JULY 16, 1889. HKiftiBa 'OPENING A NEW BOAD Tlio McKeesport and Belle Vernon Kailroad Through to Monon. City. A GREAT DAY FOE VALLEY PEOPLE Celebration of the First Train's mrriral Quite Memorable. AS EYEXT TO HAND DOWN TO HISTORY O.NONGAHELA City fairly went wild ""yesterday over the formal opening to that point of the McKees port and Belle Vernon Eailroad. The event was made a holiday all along the line from McKeesport to Monongahela City, and the citizens of every hamlet were ont with flatter ing pocket handkerchiefs to see the first train from Mc Keesport through to Monon City go by. The citizens of the latter place at a public meeting had arranged all the details of the ovation. The Reception Committee, composed of Mayor Robinson, M. Borland, H. Sandeield. S. P. Keller, J. M. Grable, T. S. McCurdy, John Blythe, Isaac Yohe, Colonel Gregg, Adam Keil and other, went to McKeesport early in tbe morning and at 9:20 A. 2L the tr...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 July 1889

TUTTMTirVlrfB 'wX '.wy J v -, Wr i I r ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, I8ML Vol. 44. lo.I59.-Entered at Pittsburg Post office, November 14, JSST, as second-dus natter. Business Offlce--97 and 09 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing-House--75, 77 end 79 Diamond Street; Eastern Advertising Ofice, ltoom 45, Tribune Building, New York. Average set circulation of the dally edition of Tux Uisi-ATcn for six month ending June 30, 15S3, 29,492 Coplea per Issue. Average net circulation of tbe bunday edition of Tue Dispatch for three months ending June 30, 1839, 52,660 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF TI1E DISPATCH. rOSTAOE rBEE IN TBI UlflTID 8TATXS. CULT DISPATCH, One Year v 8 CO Daily li6PATcn, Per Quarter 100 1UILT Dispatch. One Mouth 70 1UII1 Dispatch. Including Sunday. I year. 10 00 daily UisPATCitlncludlng Sunday.Jm'ths. 2 SO Daily DisrATCH.lucludlngSunday,l month SO fcCXDAY DISPATCH. One 1 car I M Weekly Dispatch, One Year 1 IS The Dailt Dispatch 1 delivered by carriers at 15 cents per week, or i...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 July 1889

The Money Available After Judge Cainrain Pays Oat $500,000 KEPOKTED TO BE $2,000,000. The Jadze Will Begin to Fay Out the Half Million on Thursday. GOOD PEOSrECT FOE A BIG EUSH. The Commissary Department Gradually Cessinj to Do Business. Figures on the relief fund and the aid thus far given show that after Judge Cum min distributes his halt million there trill yet be ?2,000,000 for the flood sufferers. Judge Cummin will begin on Thursday to pake payments. ItrECIAL TELIGRAM TO THE DtSPATCn.t Philadelphia, July 15. The Johns town fund business is creating the most in tense interest The public meeting held at Johnstown on Saturday, in which the State commission's work was denounced, has at tracted unusual attention, and further de velopments are awaited with impatience. So far as can be reasonably calculated, there was between 53,200,000 and f3.500.000 in cash contributed lor the flood sufferers. Of this amount more than $2,600,000, in cluding the 5500,000 appropriated by the State com...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 July 1889

WHii'wrf jrrv "5PW V 6 UEEMS WAS A MARK, .Erentlie Senators Touch Up the Old Man. DEFEAT OUR LOT AGAIN. A' Deal to- Trade Denny to Washing ton for O'Day. SPALDING'S PLAN TO BE ACTED ON. The Phillies Beat the Cleveland Babies in a Good Game. GENERAL BASEBALL NEWS OP THE DAI Defeat once more fell to the share of the Pittsburg club yesterday. The "Washington tailenders almost knocked Galvin oat of the box. Efforts are being made to trade Hank O'Day and a money consideration for Den ny, the great third baseman of the India napolis team. President Young has ap pointed a committee to examine and report on the plan of organization suggested by Mr. Spalding, and which appeared in this paper on Monday. In the first of the, se ries of three games for $100 a side between the McKeesports and the J. W. Scotts the latter won. ISPXCUL TXXXOBAlt TO TIIK DISPATCH. I "Washington, July 15. Stick work was the cry of Captain Sam "Wise to the Senators to-day, and he set a good example by making a single ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 July 1889

LOCAL LITE STOCK. leading Features of the Markets at Heir's Island Yards. CATTLE SUPPLY BEYOKD DEMAND. Trices Drifting Downward-Situation in Bayers' Favor. SHEEP RUN" LABGE--DEMAHD ACTIFE OrncK op Pittsburg Dispatch. MONDAY. July 15, ISS9. ( The situation is not a very favorable one for cattle dealers. Prices are off 10 to 20 cents from last week's rates. A leading dro ver said: "I sold as nice 1,500 to 1,600 pound cattle as the markets can produce at $4 40, for the reason that I could not get any person to pre me more. The cost of these to me at the yards, when I count freight, bay, commis sion and shrinkage, cannot be less than SI 35. Yon will readily see that I will eet very little for my time, troublo and capital invested. "Kerr's Island drovers have not been having very good pickings the past few weeks, and not a few have lost money on their operations." Cattle. Supplies were in excess of demand and. ex cept for smooth, light stock, weighing from 1,250 to 1,350 pounds, markets ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 July 1889

i&ftSfiy ywywyyiyqTiFl "Hi 'jiJ'T THE' PITTSBURG- ' DISPATCH, TTJESDAY, JULY 16, 1889. .'J- "V t A BRITISH TRIUMPH. Chicajo's Board of Trade Captured by Dominion Hallways. tFAIR KATES THE WEAPON USED. .'American Senators Much Surprised bj the n Tiunzs Told Them. CANADIAN COMPETITION BEEAKS POOLS And Ctaptli Fair Treatment From Star Epaafltd Monopolists. The committee of United States Senators investigating the question of the competi tion of Canadian lines of railway doing business partly within the United States were greatly surprised yesterday by a com mittee of the Chicago Board of Trade, which said that these roads were all that held the American roads to anything like fair deal ing. Members of the committee were also opposed to railroad pooling, and claimed Canadian competition was what Eared them from its evils. Chicaoo, July 15. The Senate Inter State Commerce Committee resumed work to-day. It began with a special committee of the Board of Trade. Secretary Stone read n re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 July 1889

. 1 g, i'"f IP jiliWifJsMMWHMBLW HR " -."r;-w ''pr""JCF'1 j "'prl vTf JT'SS" . -,??f " S ' -7r - , t ' 3B 1VW-' "'""'-"''-, - " r V ' J S3 jR,-.c . ' . ' J W " ' ' c Advice to Summer Tourists, Don't fall to notify THE DISPATCH office of your chango of location, and your paper will be f om-arded to you without extra charge. rOKTT-lTOTniTH TEAR A Deal Consummated Whereby 'the Ex-President is Given the Go-By. WHITNEY THE COMING MAN And Cal Brice for Second Place if He Isn't a Senator. THE POLITICAL POT IS SIMMERING. Machine Democrats, Led br Senator Gor nuii, Want Another Leader Next Time A Deal, and How It Worked Ohio Re publican Ueallze Ihc Size of the Tatk Ahead of Them Why Itlaine Insulted Roswell G. Ilorr Ko Room for Any Alger Meu IKnhone Dlckcrinc for the Federal Patronage orills state Colored Republicans of the Old Domini -n Revolt and Will Bolt If the Little Dictator rer slsts In Banning; for Governor. It is claimed in New York that a deal has been made by machine Democratic le...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 July 1889

mm fTWWJ . V THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1889. I f of looking solely to his numbeV of boxes and getting out of tares shestsof clus as many cuts as tbo demand) for sizes would warrant. The judgment of the cutter, which Is thus final as to the work of gatherer, flattener and, blower, might thus have been made to lean toward his fellow employes, and, as it would bring them more wages, to lean lrom tbo manufacturer to just that extent. IT TOOK A DAY AND A HALF. The manufacturers' element in the conven tion prevailed, However, after one and a half days of earnest discussion on the part of the delegates. The method by which those in favor of the Chambers plan (by the box) pre vailed finally, was to declare the quality per centage plan unconstitutional. One quite important resolution, favorable to the worker and against the manufacturer, was adopted. It provides that hereafter no flat tener be allowed to flatten for more than four pots, or that there be allowed three flatte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 July 1889

-.: .LARGER GENEROSITY. That is Yhat the Sum of $1,700,000 is Intended to Represent, ACCORDING TO MR. JAMES B. SCOTT. Pittsbnr? Turns Over $400,000 to the State Commission . TOE DISTRIBUTION IN TAB TALLEI Mr. James B. Scott wrote to Mr. Ogden, a partner of John "Wanamaker, and mem ber of the State Flood Commission, and Sec retary Kremer, for some explanation of the statement that $1,700,000 had been expended in the Conemaugh Valley. Mr. Scott yes terday received replies from both gentlemen, but their answers are unsatisfactory, and for the present will only increase the muddle. For this reason Mr. Scott declined to hare them published. Mr. Kremer, in his letter, said that the statement was not official, and the figures were notobtained from him. Like Mr. Scott, be felt sore tbat the amount did not represent money expended in the valley, bat included everything that went in there and had been done to alleviate the suffering. Mr. Ogden ad mitted the statement was indefinite, and his e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 July 1889

-"-" -'f t7 THE PITTSBUEG DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1889. ESfABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1S48, Vol.H NO.1G0. Entered at Pittsburg Postofficc, November 14, 1S8T, a second-class waiter. Business Offlco97and90FifthAvenue. News Booms and Publishing House--75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Easttrn .Advertising Office, Itooni 43, Tribune Building, New York. ATerage net circulation of the dally edition of The Disimtcii for als months ending June 30, 1639, 29,492 Copies per Issue. Average net circulation or the bunday edition of Tu E DISIM.TC1I for three months ending June 30, 1689, 52,660 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOSTAOE FREE IN the fmtzd states. Daily DiSPATcn, One 1 car f g 00 DULY Dispatch, I'er Quarter 2 00 Daily Disi-atch. One Month 70 Daily Dispatch, including bundar, 1 year. 10 00 Daily DisrATCiL Including bunday.Sm'ths. 2 M Daily DisrATcu.lncludlng Sunday.l month 90 bcxDAT Dispatch, Unclear 2 SO Weekly Dispatch, One 1 ear 125 The Daily Disi'ATcn is delivered by carrlersat ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 July 1889

A LAW OVERTIMED. Judge JIcFlierson Decides Thai Taxes Are Kot First Liens. JOHNSTOWN TEOPLE GET MONEY. A Springfield. 0., Clergyman Dies Broken Heart Because of a HIS WIFE LEFT DIM FOE THE STAGE TfrECiAi. tslequxm to TnsDisrATCir.i Huntingdon, Pa., July 16.-Judge Jlcrherson, of Ltbanon county, who re cently presided at the Argument Court here In the absence of Judge Furst, has just handed down an interesting opinion in a case heard before him, and which was in effect a radical chance in all the State courts of the interpretation of the act of 1881, P. L. 45, entitled 'An act to mafee tax assessment upbn real estate a first lien." The literal acceptance of this act has been observed in this and all other counties in the State erer since the act was passed, but now, under Judge McPherson's opinion, it is declared unconstitutional and, therefore, inoperative any longer. The case in question was an action brought by the County Commissioners of this county to recover back taxes, amount i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 July 1889

JHfEBsSSJ "PWt Fp v re TBCE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1889. STALEY'SWILDWORK Harryls Mistakes Down the Poor Pittsburgs Again.' THE SENATORS INBIGLUCK President Kimick Says a Few Plain Words About the Club. THE HOOSIERS BEAT THE BOSTONS, But They Get Word There is Mo Money in Their Treasury. 1TKEESP0ETS EVEN WITH THE SCOTTS ft Tor the eighth successive time since leav ing home the Pittsburgs were beaten yes terday. The Senators defeated them by 10 to 6. mostly because of Staley's wild work. Boston, New York and Cleveland were also beaten. There is trouble in the Indianap olis club, as President Brush has wired the players there is no money in the treasury to pay their salaries. President Niniick re peats that no other manager is wanted for the Pittsburg club than Mr. Phillips. The McKeesports evened up with the Scotts. ISrXCfM. TZXrOBA TO THE DISPATCH.1 "Washingtoj.-, July 16. Everybody had his money's worth in heavy hitting at Capitol Tark to-day, and Person and Stale...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 July 1889

m THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, JULY IT, 1889. COMMERCIAL NOTES. Wholesale Grocers of Pittsburg Are Clear at the Front. GOOD WHEAT NEWS FROM EUEOPE. Provision Speculators Bronjjht to This Season. Grief EAXGAEOO SKINS IN GREAT DEMAKD Office or Pjttsburo DisrATcn. J Tuesdat. July 16. lbS9. ( There is certainly one commercial depart ment in which Pittsburg is fully up to the times, namely, in the wholesale grocery trade. A prominent business man in an other line, said recently: "There are many departments of trade in which there is large room for improvement in Pittsburg, but in tlie matter of the wholesale grocery business. I think we are clear to the front, and are em ploying our opportunities to the very best ad vantage Wc have establishments in this line with appointments as good as any city in the land, and Pittsburg's legitimate territory is thoroughly occupied by this trade." A conversation with a gentleman who has been familiar with this trade here for more than a quarter ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 July 1889

w? - J f 1 THE PITTSBTJEG DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, JULY IT, 1889. ? Ft f i PARNELL PULLS OUT, The Irish Leader Virtually Abandons Defense of His Case, LEAVING IT ALL TO THE JUDGES. Borne Damaging Admissions Hade by a Member of Parliament. His course a bather curious one London, July 1G. Upon the opening of the Parnell Commission this morning, Sir Charles Russell, counsel for Mr. Parnell, arose, and addressing the Court, stated that after full consideration of the situation Mr Parnell had instructed him and Mr. Asquith, also of counsel, to uo longer represent him before the commission, lu reply to Sir Charles' statement, which virtually was a notification that Mr. Parnell declined to make any further presentation of his case before the commission, Presiding Justice Hannen said: "Mr. Parnell will, of course, remain sub ject to the jurisdiction of the court." Messrs. Beid and Lockvrood, counsel for the other members of Parliament ajrainst whom charges were made by the Times, then also with...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 July 1889

ft Advice to Summer Tourists. Don't fall to notify TnE Dispatch office of your chance of location, and your paper will be forwarded to you without extra charcer I FORTY-FOURTH TEAR. BEATEN WCOTT. A Colored Man Who Thinks He Hasn't Been Made a Postmaster Because WANAMAKER WAS WARNED Thai Such an Appointment Would Injure Bis Business. SECEETAEI HALFORD NOBODrS FOOL Colored Citizens of Newberry, S. C, Hare a Bod in Pickle for the Postmaster General 'Lice Hnlford Denies flint lie Edits the BlcKee-nnrrison Telegrams Sixth Auditor Conker Once More Col lides With the ClTii Serrice Commis sionPresident Ilarrtson Thinks the Late Campaign Wasn't Bun for the Benefit of x-Officeboldora The Ga lena Being: Bashed to Bendlness for Dnty la Haytian Waters Bill Jones, the Avenger, Once More Heard From. Postmaster General Wanamaker is now under fire. The colored Republicans of a little South Carolina town, where there ore so white Republicans at all, accuse him of withholding the commission of a color...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 July 1889

LSJWAUKAJ 'Xpr, uun&s :?, I r 11 FAMOUS TRIAL Preacher E. B. Flemon Makes a Great Fight for Liberty. A LIVELY LEGAL BATTLE. Governors Beaver and Richardson's Actions Questioned. JUDGE EWING IS ON HIS METTLE. He Doubts That the let of Assembly of 78 is Constitutional. A DECISION EXPECTED THIS MOENIXG The legal wrangle over the extradition of "Preacher" Flemon has narrowed down to the question: "Who is the "biger" man, as the well-remembered Texan once said, Judge Ewing or Governor Beaver? The Governor has issued a warrant for Flemon's arrest and delivery to the South Carolina authorities, but alter the events of yesterday there seem to be good grounds for the supposition that Judge Swing will refuse to accept the action of the Governor of this Commonwealth, and that the requisition of the Governor of South Caro lina will go unbonored. A Governor often refuses to honor the requisition of a fellow Governor, but the intervention of a, Judce must he a great rarity, judging from tne s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 July 1889

.FUN FOR GROCERS. The Retailers Forsake Business for a Day of Joy in Ross Grove. ' THE MULE RACE FURNISHES-FUN. Other Sports and Games Help to Make the Day One of Gayetjr. A KOW THAT MAY KESOLT SEEIOUSLT A rumble of wheels, a sudden jerk, a rush of fcet.l push through a small gate and swept on by a myriad of rollicking, jolly grocers, with their wives and daughters, de scribes the landing of a Dispatch reporter at Ross Grove on the West Penn Railroad vestcrday afternoon. Going down the little hill into the crowd was like trying to get a seat in a flying circus at a country lair. The grocers of Pittsburg had turned out' en masse, and all went in to enjoy their fourth annual jubilee picnic to the best ad vantage possible. Augmented by the train loads from the city, and countless carriages arriving early in the afternoon, they num bered lully 8,000, and possibly nrore. Such a time, such a rush, and such scenes of gayety let loose Koss Grove has rarely seen belore. , "Hit the coon in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 July 1889

THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, . '" THURSDAY, ' JOLT 18, 1889f h J . r ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1846. Vol.44, A'altL Entered at Pittsburg rostomce, November 14, 18S7, as second-class natter. Business Offlce97 and G9 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Eastern Advertising Office, Koom 43, Tribune Building-, New York. Average net circulation of the dally edition of Tux DlSrATCU for tlx montbi ending June 30, 1689, 29,492 Copies per Issue. Average net circulation of the Sunday edition of Tux DiSFATCn for three months endlsg June 30, issa, 52,660 Copies per Issue. TER3IS OF THE DISPATCH. rOETAGE ritEE IN TUE UXITZD STATES. DAILT DlSFArciI, One Year t 8 00 Daily Dispatch, l'cr Quarter 2 00 Dailt Dispatch. One Month 70 Daily Disfatcc Including Sunday. 1 year. 10 00 daily Dispatch, lncludluebunday.lm'ths. 2 so Daily DisrATCii, Including Sunday, 1 month SO fcUNPAY Dispatch. One Year 2 SO M'eikly Dispatch, One Year 1 25 THE Daily Dispatch Is delivered br carr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 July 1889

3Sflfaj9sfcjCSH "----. mhptckm sfSWV ?V' C'SJjPwP'Sflft ZWIRTW W tf, jap.. svgSjnv jp. 1?ji, ;. 'C THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, - THURSDAY,. JULY 18, 1889. WILLFUL FAIR ONES. Pretty Waitresses Object to Heing Locked Out by the Landlord IF OUT AFTER TEN AT NIGHT. They Climb in at Windows Till Tlese Are All bailed Down and THEN STK1KE AS A LAST EESOfiT. All School Ma'ams aid the Most Beautiful Girls en the Coast. A strike of 14 waiter girls because they were not permitted to stay out after 10 at ni;bt is one of the humors of the summer resort season. The girls have all gone home to New York, and are real angry, as they were having just a splendid time. (SPECIAL TILEORAM IO TUB DISFATCIt.J New Haven, July 17. Sheriff Swift, proprietor of a reputable shore resort a few miles east of this city, was in a peck of trouble over Sunday. His bouse was full of guests, but he.had no waitresses and no chambermaids. On Saturday afternoon, just after the anival ol two big stage loads of people, the gir...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 July 1889

u k j BVI fc -6 ' THE PITTSBUBG DISPATCH, -THUHSpA,Y, JULY 18, 1889. .- liS3fif I FIPHT TIMF I flFR9 TWOF 0ST0!f; H , .JAKE IS ALL EIGHT. r.";i NEW OKGANIC LAWS, 4 siml!LLiykN '-: " - ; -riSgffi SH I llllll II IUI I I 11.11 ll The Gar Acirrcnllim Down the Hooslerai if.,., tin T. Vnllit 114. Thpodnsln. 111 Wl.. 1... . n irill -r . 1. ' --i '-i if B LILIIi I I HIIL. I LI LI l I I I J I ... Kl,. lA,i.if- ,1 Vlnh MdnMnnf TCWjtheth - 1 -Si .. A. K . . i-wice in liny. , uo Syntax 117.. McLaughlin 9 Kermesse 105. C- BOSTON, Julv 17. The Bostons won both flO SaVS HO IS flOt and WaS Not aC3X Sixth race, three-quarter or a mile Driizle 13) sW games lrom maianapoiis lo-aay. im uaiunB - ... n i.i . j- K"i .'Sir'T." .' ,.. iS. 2 Pittsburgs Drop Another Game P- to the Washingtons. JEEEY BUSK A MASCOT. Bis Presence Lends Dignity lo the Game and Aids the Senators. THE HOOSIERS DROP TWO GAMES. McKeesports Beat the Scotts in the Three Game Contests. ' GENERAL BASE BALL XEWS OF THE DAT The Pittsburg c...

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