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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 July 1889

MEAT' ON THE HOOF. "- Live Slock at Liberty Yards-Cattle in Larger Supply, BUT QUALITY BELOW LAST WEEK. Prices of Beeves, Sheep and Iambs Lower, and Market Slow. LIGHT 'WEIGHT HOGS SCAECE. HEM Office of Pittsburg Disr atcii, 1 Wednesday, July 17. 1!S9. J Monday's receipts of cattle were 85 loads, against G5 the previous Monday. Since that some fire loads hare been received, making a total of 90 loads. The supplies were in the main common to medium grades. Prime cattle were very scarce and some stockmen report that there were really no strictly prime on tbe market. Qual ity was far below that of last week, when there were a balf-dnzen loads of prime heavy cattle averaging 1.T3S pounds, from Licking county, U. There were no cattle in this week's sup plies above 1,400 pounds. The bulk was from Indiana and Ohio. Chicago furnished about ID loads, which were mostly of medium grades. Markets ere far from satisfactory to drov ers, but stock w as all cleaned up at noon to-day. Prices were 10...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 July 1889

iMJff-fff" raT' Kf "3 ' THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, - THURSDAY, JOLT 18, . 1889. t i r I GETTING VACCINATED A Bush for Quills at the Bureau of Health Yostcruay Afternoon. IT IS A EUEAL SMALLPOX SCARE Resulting From the Seizure of Owen He JIahon in This City. DDE ABILITY TO HANDLE DISEASE At the Bureau of Health in this city yes terday applications for vaccine quills were brisk from people of the Chartiers valley, many people feeling the necessity of vac cination who would not have thought of it bad it not been for Owen HcHahon's small pox case, published in The Dispatch. Th rKc,:,t; fh rpnnrt mav have .. H.dUwU..UUk.vu . . -r - j a good effect, as it may mate some people lock their doors in advance. It was stated that much uneasiness is ieltvat Canons burg, because McMahoc took the disease there before coming to Pittsburg. McMahon was reported dying last night in the pssthouse. As to the danger of smallpox in this city the reporter asked Crosby Gray, of the health department. He replie...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 July 1889

MY ONE CAN MAKE MONEY Who has a cood article to sell, and who adver tises vigorously and liberally. Advertising ts truly the life of trade. All enterprising and. judicious advertisers succeed. Advice to Summer Tourists. Don't fall to notify The Dispatch office of your change of location, and your paper will be forwarded to you without extra charge. H k w wmmn Mgmtai FORTY-FOTJBTH YEAR IT'SASTARTLINGCUT The Prices of Steel Plates Re duced by the Great Carnegie Firm. A $6 A TON REDUCTION. Competing Manufacturers Who Signed the Scale Are Very'Hot. UrECIS OP THE IMPORTANT MOTE A Slsniucnnt Step Toward Controlling tho Steel Trnde of the Country Mnde by Car negie, Fhippa & Co. Although the Workers Fought for the Wages to bo raid, the Company Is Able to Reduce Prices An Unprecedented Cut Othr Steel Manufacturers Condemn tho Action Some Slay be Compelled to Quit Making Steel A Statement From Chair man Abbott. The great firm of Carnegie, Phipps & Co. makes another startling move. It ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 July 1889

p h '3 I Syndicate of Ex-Saloon Keepers and Lawyers TO WORK FOE LICENSES. One Hundred and Twenty-Six Ee tailers Are Now in the Pool. EXPECT JUDGE WHITE TO-DAY. -9- Dozens of the Dealers Refuse to Go Into the Combination. A LICENSE WILLCOST BUT $250 FOR FEES Judge "White, it was reported, arrived Lome last night from' his pleasure trip to Lake Erie, and those who claimed to know said he would probably take his seat upon the bench in court this moraine. There is a bare possibility that he may take up the reapplications of the retail liquor deal ers, which were filed and admitted some time ago. The applications for re Hearing were placed in the hands of the Common Pleas Judges, and it is very likely that Judges Ewinc and White will settle them in a few days. Judge Magee has gone off on his vacation, and it is well known that he was opposed to immediately taking up the liquor cases. Judge White is re ported as saying that it would be better if the applications were taken up and settled ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 July 1889

atolCALLT CHANGED, According to Plans Now Progressing at Davis Island Dam. KEW WICKETS, PIER AND SPAN. A Coffer Dam in Which Johnstown Bodies May Tnrn Up Sunday. POSSIBILITY OP LOW WATER SOON Considerable uneasiness has prevailed anions rivermcn for the past few days in re gard to the reported unsatisfactory condition of affairs at the Davis Island dam. It was considered advisable, owing to the repeated blockades occasioned by Boating timber and other debris, to make several important alterations in the dam's constrnction this season. This necessitated the building of a coffer dam, which had almost been com pleted, when the rising water, occasioned by the Johnstown flood, swept away the entire lower portion, entailing a loss of upward of 1,000, and delaying the more important work of repairs. A force of C3 men are now at work restor ing the wrecked portion, and expect to com plete it by next Saturday. On Sunday the inclosnre will be pumped out and work upon the improvements at once ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 July 1889

THE PITTSDSG DISPATCH; F&LDAY, JULY'. 19, 1889. I B- ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1S18. YolfU, No. 1(2. Enured atltttsburg 1'ostofuce, Noicmberll. 1SS7, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and G8 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing: House 75, 77 and 7B Diamond Street. Eastern Advertising Office, Koom S, Tribune Building, New-York. Average net circulation of the dally edition of THE DlsrATCH for six months ending June 30, 1SS), 29,492 Copies per Issue. Average net circulation or the Sunday edition of Tint Dispatch for three months ending June 30, 1SS9, 52,660 Copies per Issue. TEIiSlS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE VOTE IN THE UNITED 6TATIS. DAILY DISPATCH, One Year ? 8 CO Daily Uisfatcii, l'cr Quarter 2 00 Daily Dispatch, One Month TO Daily Dispatch. Including Sunday, lyear. 10 00 Daily DisrATCH. Including feunday, Sm'ths. 2 SO Dailt DlSPATCHjlncludlng Sunday. 1 month W huTJAY Dispatch, Onelear 250 AVebkly Dispatch, One Year 1 25 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at 35...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 July 1889

f" THE PITTSBURG' DISPATCH, PEIDAY, JULY 19, 1889. , t 5 Jfl s i ' 7 , ! i HONEY DISTEIBUTED. The Work of Believing the Necessi ties of Johnstown People BEGUN BY TREASURER THOMPSON. Kailroad Contractors Sne for $46,000 Thej Consider Duo Them. ALL THE KEWS OP THE NEIGHBORHOOD tCPXCMX. TILEOBAM TO THE DISrATCn.l Johnstown, July 18. Judge Cummin and Treasurer Thompson closed up their lit tle bank to-day at 3.40 P. 31., and lelt on the afternoon train lor Cresson, where they will spend the night. During the day the Judge issued 165 checks calling for a sum total of S1G.335, most of which checks were for $S0 each, and but one was issued for the hichest amount, $600. This was to a poor woman who had lost her husband in the flood. Of the 15G checks issued only 149 were cashed, ?14,G&5. thus leaving 16 checks out calling for 1,650. All were told that they could get their money, but a number pre ferred not to lift it just now, and it will re main in the hands of Treasurer Thompson subjec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 July 1889

F I Don't Mention ItIf Phila delpliia Don't, We Won't. rjEEMS IS SLIGHTLY OFF. I Wright's delegates Touch the Old Sport Dp for 21 Hits. SEKATORS AHD BABIES PLAY A TIE Mntrie's Champions Defeat the Hoosiers in a Good Game. GENERAL BASEBALL NEWS OF THE DAJ Once more the Pittsburg ball club was nearly knocked ont of sight yesterday by the Philadelphia clab. Galvin was simply pulverized. The Senators and the Cleve lands played a 10-inning tie game. Boston continues its winning streak. itTXClXV TZLXGKAX TO THX DIirATCR.1 Philadeltbia, July 18. The sun smiled softly on Philadelphia Park this afternoon.- Tiro thousand three hundred enthusiastic men and women were assem bled. It was the reappearance of the Pitts burg club, with the mighty trio, Dunlap, "White and Eowe, which attracted most at tention. The sight of long Jim White sort of brushed away the cobwebs of memory and restored pleasant scenes of days gone by. The aged enthusiast walked into the grounds, burnished his eyeglasses, mopp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 July 1889

FEATURES Off TEADE. Week's Transactions at East Liberty Live Stock Yards. THE OUTLOOK OP FARM PRODUCTS Was Never Better Wheat Garnered in Splendid Condition. A SEASON OP ABUNDANCE CERTAIN i Office or Pittsbuko Dispatch, Thubsday. J air 18, 1889. J It appears from the accompanying report that there hare been larger receipts at East Liberty yards than last week in all lines. As a result, cattle and steep have declined in price on all but choice grades of 15 20c. Sheep have declined even more than this. Light butcher cattle, weighing about 1.200 pounds, are fairlj up to last week's prices on account of tbeir scarcity. Quality of cattle received this week was be low the average. There were. In fact, no strictly prime steers In the supplies, and the heaviest offered did not exceed 1,400 pounds in weight. Following is the report of the week's trans actions at the Liberty yards: KECIIITR. CATTLX. HOGS. EHESr Thro'. Local. Thursday 1,380 SO 2,175 1.S40 Friday 430 .... Z.Z50 Z.S70 batnnlay 1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 July 1889

I ' & 8 "' THE 'PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1889. ", " Hr, 'HWn HAVC TXT A T.iTTT T.4TP URWJ ITT RHTVP suited some months ago. J. M. Burner Is the NEW ADTERTI8EMEKT8. , KEW ADTERTISEMBNTB. OFCTCIAl-PITTSBtJKG EK 1111 U LJ 111 A JIM 1 Ti -..- .-...- . . attorney for tneviaintm. - H'' . -Owln drought, the Mat-Hoba'and Cms, mon PlelV Court No. 3 to-morroW 'morning;- WK COUGHED DAY AND SIGHT. THERE CAN BE ' A K A Boy's Adventure in Subterranean BRy Chambers Supposed to be HAUSTED BY CAPTAIN KIDD. Ko Companions Save Uncanny Bats and Poisonous Snakes. KESCDED ALIVE BDT TEEI HUXGEY. Etnare'Iitctndj Connected TTlth (be Old TJnwortfd Ellrer Mine. Arthur FaircMld, a 15-year-old boy, has had a remarkable experience. "While roam ing around "Westcbetter county he fell down an open shaft into an old silver mine. The mine has a romantic history, and is sup posed to be haunted by the spirit of that gay old pirate, Captain Kidd. The boy was rescued two days later, unhurt but greatly in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 July 1889

I Many Lives Washed Out by the Raging Waters of the Little Kanawha. I A DELUGE FROM THE SKIES Swells Small Streams to Torrents, Spreading Wreck and lioin. A COXEilAUGH YALLEI IN MINIATURE Xlousrs Bnrled Together nnd Dashed to Pieces Bridges Washed Oat Bnlldlugs Set Down In Fields More Tban Eleven People Lost at One rince A Family of Four Carried Awny in a Boathonse Dead Bodies Fonnd A Train Goc Through a Bridge Thousands of Lob Washed Away An Immense Amount of Property Destroyed. From Parkersburg come the meager de tails of what is in all probability the great est disaster that ever visited the Valley of the Little Kanawha. A cloud burst swelled all the neighboring streams to raging torrents, and there has been great loia of life and property. A village near the' head of Tucker creek seems to have been treated on a smaller scale like Johns town. Houses were carried away and dashed together, and how many lives were lost can only be surmised. rSFZCtU. TXLXOBi.lt TO TITS DISPATCH.1 Pab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 July 1889

4 - f J- '"" kept watch anxiously. At nearly daybreak the . baying of bloodhounds betokened the approach ol the white party, and It was deemed tueless to attempt an escape. FLESION LED I1T PBATEB. It was deterraed to defend themselves, and, after looking to their guns, the colored men held a prayer meeting, orer which Flemon pre aided. Dawn was just breaking, when the whites opened Are, and the colored men re sponded. A lively fusllade followed, in the cohrse of which Flemon was shot through the arm, causing a compound fracture of the bone. The whites hurriedly decamped after a rak ing volley fired by the colored men, and it was afterward learned that James Blackwell, a white lad aged 13, and not at that time or any other a deputy sheriff, bad been mortally wounded and died the same day while being hurried back to his home. He was, therefore, not an officer of the law, and did not die in the discharge of his official duty as has been claimed. Several colored men of the party were ki...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 July 1889

rar.i - fSEHB .'PEnSBUHQ- rDISPXTOEL; (SLTDBDT, JUIiT- 20) L389. A SIGNIFICANT MOTE. Turners' Dnildinsr and Loan Associa tion Has Faith to Expand, AHD INCREASE STOCK FOURFOLD. A German Organization Marks a Bnilding Boom and Acts. THE! DOST WAST THEIE OLD CHAETEE The stockholders of the Turners' Building and Loan Association of this city will hold a meeting to consider the advisability of in creasing the capital stock of the company from 525,000 to S100, 000. The association was incorporated in 1881, and the issue of stock is limited by charter to 2,500 shares at $10 each. At present there are 224 members, and a total issne of 2,470 shares bat 30 be low the limit The officers are in receipt of numerous applications for stock, and, encouraged by past success, feel that the possibilities of the as sociation are crippled by the present limitation; hence the proposed increase. Should the application be refused the so ciety intend to apply for a new charter, to enable them to do business ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 July 1889

I' -l U , 5? L Mm Lite Lnnks Bright, Seine the Description of One Day of Best, Pleasure and Profit ia JHEJJFE OF A TOILER, Who Seeki Kelltf From the Worries ofPro- fesalenal Dalles, the Anxletle cf Wart or Exchange, the Heat of the Iron Furnnee, er IbeLaborsof the Factorr or Shop. CHAPTEB Z. The sun peeps oyer tbe eastern hills, driving the misu colore its piercing lays, gilding tower, steeple and eten the prosaic chimney pots. Its anient devotees, the pugnacious spar rows, salute it vociferously and lnceasantly.and aided by that brisk and impertinent explorer, the fly. succeed in arousing the citizen from his sluniberSr-Ue makes a few futile slaps at one particularly obnoxious fly, declares that tbe English sparrow-must go, and.then gets up in a decidedly had temper. " CHAPTEB IX, The citixen opens the ball door, finds hit copy of The Dispatch, and at once forgets all his troubles. He has no time to read the paper before breakfast, but hastily skims the head lines, and ia at once c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 July 1889

irau PITTSBURG- DISPATCH,' SATUBDAT, JULY 20,. 1889. 5 ' fc.' 1 r V UYMfl UNDER TENTS. The Eighteenth and Tenth Regiments Encamped at Uniontown ON BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED GRODKD Eoldier Duty Begin T?lth. Methodical Promptness at Camp Eipley, HOW THE. F1EST DAT WAS PUT IN. tents Pitched, Parade, and the Boji Eetire Under Soiled Carnai. The members of the Eighteenth and Tenth Regiment have cone into camp at Union town. They got np their tenti yesterday and camp life is already methodically begun. rrEOM X STAIT COBBXSFOXSIXT.i; TJirioiiTOWir, Jnly 19. The boys of the Eighteenth Regiment arrived at Camp Bipley early this morning, much fatigued alter their night's ride in the cars, but still eager to enter upon the dnties and pleasures of their regular encampment. This part of a militiaman's life was formerly a season of enjoyment 'and recreation, but lately it has become a period of hard 'work, with very little time for sport. Yet the members of the National Guard enter into it with a zest ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 July 1889

?ij. fji W ? t.' '"'C: THE PiTTSBTIRG:, DIAffCHjn SATURDy7,. .lULY 2tff 'MS'ftT . 6 , yp-. V. , ;v. 10 NEWPiTCHERS, The Local Club Sips Sowders and Eitzgerald. EECOEDS OF THE PLAYERS. The Hoosiers Defeat the Giants in an 11-Inning Game. BOSTOK BEATEN BY 1E CHICAGOS. A flew Manager for the McKeesport County l9rmn Tpm. ' l;a. GENERAL BASEBALL KETYB OP THE DAI- The announcement was made yesterday "that the local baseball club had signed two new,pitchers, viz.: Sowders, of Boston, and Fitzgerald, of "Wilkesbarre. Eaia pre vented another slaughter of the Pittsburg team. The Hoosiers beat N ew York in an 11-inning game. Manager Torreyson in tends to resign from the McKeesport club. The officials of the local ball clnb have made another effort toward getting the team pnt on to a victorious pathway. Two new. pitchers have been signed, but it remains to be seen whether or not the ventnre is a profitable one. It is true, however, that good or bad the deal cannot well make mat ters any worse t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 July 1889

NOT ALWAYS FATAL Electricity Has Been Accidentally Applied to Many an Electrician, IN KEALLY WHOLESALE AMOUNTS, And Although Great FainWas Caused, lien Live to Tell ofit. THE WAE TO BE CAKEIED TO BUFFALO. Boarke Cochran Fiihtlni lor the Djnamo Jialers With Great Tact. The electric light and power companies continue their fight against legal executions by electricity in New York. A number of witnesses produced by Lawyer Bourke Cochran testify that they have been very seriously shocked, but not killed, by a large number of volts of electricity applied to them by accident. rsFXCUL TZLIQRAM TO TBI DISPATCH. New Xobk, July 19. There will be only a few more sittings here in the hearing to determine whether or not killing Kemmler, the murderer, by electricity, will be a cruel and unusual punishment. The investiga tion will be completed in Buffalo. Mr. Cochran's first witness to-day wa Alfred West, of 441 West Forty-seventh street. He told a story of being struck by lightning in June, 1880,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 July 1889

TlTTSBTJIKr DISPATCH, SATHRDAX JULY 20, 18Sf9. THE n 9f J. i . ... . A KEBUFF FOR BLAINE Secret of the Coldness Between Harrison and His Premier. A TIGOEODS FOREIGN POLICY Not to the President's Lftinj, and He Therefore Interferes, DOUGLASS' APPOINTMENT A MISTAKE. Be Is Sot Competent to Copt With Inters&tio&il Questions. It is now stated that tnere is a coolness between the President and Secretary Blaine, owing to the latter' foreign policy being too Tigorons. For this reason the Presi dent has sat clown heavily upon one of the Premier's pet projects the protectorate of llayti, with exclusive shipping facilities. It is also asserted that Frederick Douglass' appointment as Minister to Hayti was a serious mistake. tSFXClAL TBLEOBAM TO THE DISFATCrM "Washington, .July 19. Although no actual breach has occurred between the President and Secretary Blaine, it is an open secret that the appointment of Fred Douglass to represent the United States Government as Minister to Hayti was ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 July 1889

I PITTSBURG, SA?UKlAT, JOIT 20, '1889. ' : ," - l 4 SPITE OF HIS YETO. .Common Couucil 31 to 9 Against the ' 1Toti- Ati Hiomnnil Sfronf JUajUl VU IIHU1UUW UUVWN BIS HONOR'S REASONS SET FORTH. Discussion For and .Against the Measure : Changes Ho Totes. OTHER IMPORTANT CITI PROJECTS 7 At the special meeting of Common Coun cil yesterday the most important proceed ice was the passage oyer the Mayor's veto of the ordinance providing for the widening of Diamond street When Chairman Holll day had announced the veto, Mr. W. A. Magee and Mr. Benxiehausen both jumped to their feet, the latter with a motion to sus tain the Mayor's veto, and the former with a motion to postpone action on the commu nication for nn hour. The Chair recognued Mr. Magee, hut Mr. Benziehausen insisted that he had the floor first. After being sharply spoken to by the Chair he subsided. Mr. Magee's motion was then adopted and the Council then proceeded with other busi ness. The Mayor 3 veto message, fairly con densed s...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 July 1889

jmimm&MimMJZ$aaemgiV2iL i - aHHppnri-T-''J y''5Wl'p,A,wi? " ? . " - 10 ! . : bandi, wives, or children; why, then, not a cousin? , There was a simiUr difference of opinion on the subject among the little conclave in the snuggery at the Carne's Arms. Jacob Carey, the landlord, and the old clerk were all of opinion that Ronald Mer vyn was guilty, the former basing his opin ion solely upon the evidence, and the latter uoon the curse of the Carne's. The land lord maintained a diplomatic reserve. It was not for him to otfend either section oi his customers by taking n decided side. He therefore contented himself by saying, "There's a great deal in what you say" to every argument brought 'forward in the coffee room, the taproom, or snuggery. The Carne's Arms was doing a larger trade than it had ever done before. There were two detectives staying in the house, and every day coaches brought loads of vis itors from Plymouth; while on Saturday and Monday hundreds of people tramped over Ir...

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