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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 January 1889

,. "?. ' 4Sl' THE PITTSBURG-- DISPATCH; TUESDAY, JANUARY -22, 1889. Lasts IS A GOOD PEOYIDEft A Chicago Man Wants to Be the Steward of the White House, TEE TEICKS OF HOTEL CLERKS. Visitors From the Territories Interview General Harrison. GEAXD JUKI WORK AT UJDIAKAPOLIS Colonel Dudley to Make a Public Statement About Election Frauds. A Chicago man has already filed his ap plication for the stewardship of the White House, lie claims to be able to furnish jtood dinners, and consequently to keep the administration in good humor. The President-elect still receives his daily quota of visitors. The Indianapolis grand jury is still working on the alleged election frauds. Colonel Dudley is thinking of making pub lic his connection with the alleged frauds in case he is not indicted. among the number who have been indicted, but the jury still has under consideration the letter he is charged wijh having written, and the District Attorney is trying hard to get the matter belore the courts in som...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 January 1889

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Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 January 1889

IN A BUSINESS WAY. leading Features of the Lumber Trade for the Year Past THE OUTLOOK WAS SEVER BETTER. Growing Taste for Hard Wood for Interior Finishing. FACTS AS TO OAK, WALSDT, CIPEESS Office or the Pittsburg Dispatch, 1 Monday. January 21, 1SS0. The year 1887 was one of the very best on record for the lumber trade of this city. While dealers do not claim a boom for that Year, they do claim that they have had no better for a healthy, satisfactory trade. At the opening of 1888 the outlook was none the brightest for the lumber trade. Labor troubles were brewing, and the 'approaching struggle for political ascendancy between tbe great parties had a discouraging effect on trade. Dealers had little hope in the early months of 1SSS of keeping up the record of the previous year. Now that the returns arc all in and books posted, according to the statement of one of our leading jobbers, the j ear just past shows no falling off in the volume of trade. Out, on the contrary, a slight increa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 January 1889

THE PETTSBTTKG DISPATCH ' TUESDAY; JANUARY 22, " 1889. 8 m Jt f ft. A MATTER OF MONEY. Causes That Led to the Present Trou hie in the Samoan Islands. A BOW OVER DRIED COCOANUT. 'German Traders Lost by Brisk American Competition, and Thus POLITICAL EEYOLTS WERE FOMENTED. Bow Germany Worked the Wiro After Ehe Was Set. cral Times Foiled. TSrECIAI. TF.LF.QBAM TO THE DIEFATCII.J "Washington, January 21. Troubles liave existed among the Samoans since I860. In that year the German Commercial and Plantation Society at Apia, or rather its predecessor, the firm of Godcfrov, of Ham burg, stood on the side of Malietoa, a chief belonging to one.of the most distinguished families of Samoa. Throughout the suc ceeding 20 years the foreigners who settled at Samoa, Americans, Englishmen and Ger mans, sought, by taking sides with or against Malietoa, to strengthen respect for 'their respective nations, and thereby in crease their commerce. In 1878 the United States, which had 'previously obtained a co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 January 1889

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 January 1889

t 2 SHE ISBOOfflG Great Success of the Exposi tion Mass Meeting. BUSINESS TO THE EROJSJT. Nearly a Round $40,000 Gathered in to Push the Good Work. THE CARNEGIE-THAW BARGAIN Goes With a Rush, With a Clean $5,000 Subscribed to Spare. HVELI, PLEASAXT AXD EFFECTIVE The Exposition Board, Pittsburg busi lies bouses and the citizens generally can now safely give each other and themselves a complacent pat on the back. "VTho said this .wasn't an enterprising city? "Who said the Exposition was in the toup, and would never be built? In fact vhereis the man who would now dare ac cuse the city of a laxity of spirit; of narrow Handedness or of downright meanness, in the face of events last night in the Old City Hall, which showed that the peculiar inertia of a heavy body, once set in motion makes a stop almost impossible. Those were long heads in the Exposition Board that suggested public meetings for the purpose of creating public sentiment, and they were long heads that knew just when such pub...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 January 1889

nWF? y,W THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, -JANUARY 23, 1889. rwr'rv?. AS AWFUL TANGLE For Justice to Unravel in the Case of a Contracting Official. C0BA0P0LIS TO THE FRONT AGAIN "With a Test Case as to Whether a School Director May Dicker. WILL HIS ALLEGED LIABILITY. PAN OUT Judge Gripp will to-day at least he has promised give his opinion on a case that is of interest to all officials who have an am bition to serve in public office and at the same time make money by contracting. The title ot the suit is Porter & Kelty versus the Board of School Directors of the borough of Coraopolis, and the affair has become in volved in a considerable snarl, and the re sult of the suit may possibly be the stepping stone to nnother. The history of the case is this: The borough of Coranpolis has been fol lowing the command given in the 28th verse of the first chapter of Genesis, and in con sequence it has been found necessary to eu- ; large its school facilities twice in the past four years...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 January 1889

t v. I f ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, iiia Vol. 43, No. 331. Entered at Pittsburg I'ost- offlce, November 14. If 47, as second-class matter. Business Offlce-97 andSQ Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House-75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street TLU paper tuning more tbnn Double the circulation of any other in ibe Mate outhlile of Philadelphia, it advantages as on adver tising medium will be apparent. t TEKJIS OF THE Dl-sl'ATCH. postage mis m the united states. J1JLTLT Uispatch, One 1 ear. 8 00 Daily Dispatch Per Quarter. 500 Daily Dispatch. One Month m Daily Dispatch, including basilar, one Tear 10 00 Daily Dispatch, including fcunday, per quarter 150 Daily DisrATCU, Including Sunday, ons month....... ........... ........................ ) Eckday Dispatch, one rear. rso Weekly Dispatch, one'year 13 Tur Daily DI6PATCU is delivered by carriers at IS cents per week, orlncludingthesundaj edition, at g)eent per week. PITTSBURG, WEDNESDAY. JAN. 23. 18S9. SUCCESS P0B THE EXPOSITION. The $37,000 of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 January 1889

PMgW WT Ms. I A GLEAM FOE MILLER. Harrison's Special Messenger Returns From New Tort and Will EEPOET STKONGLY EJ HIS FAYOU. Benjamin Would Like to Bounce Blaine, hut Can't See His Way, AXD IS STILL ON THE ANXIOUS SEAT. Telegrams Concerning; Wanamaler an Flying In Every Direction. The messenger sent by Harrison to New York has returned to Indianapolis. He will report that the sentiment of the party in New York is in favor of Miller for the Cabinet. Harrison is in a quandary con cerning Blaine. He has received long pleas both for and against the Maine statesman. Personally he does not want him in the Cabinet "VVanamaker is said to be about to visit the President-elect. ISrECIAL TELEOIt AM TO THE DISPATCH.1 iNDlAls'ArOLIS, January 28. The mes senger irom General Harrison sent to New York a week ago returned to-day. He still keeps up the assumption that his trip was entirely upon private businoss of his own, and to that end has not yet called on Gener al Harrison, and will not do so unt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 January 1889

HAY KEEP 111 LI Hoosiers Making Efforts to Retain Their Franchise. A GOOD OFFER MADE FOE IT. President Kimick Thinks a People Are Bluffing Few TEI-STATB LEAGUE PROSPECTS. Guy Hecker and Cook Sold to the Balti more Club. GENERAL SPORTING NEWS OF THE DAI The great topic of conversation among local baseball patrons yesterday -was, of course, the reported collapse of the Indian apolis club. Opinions were considerably divided as to what the object of the stock holders of the club is. The two leading opin ions are to the effect that the club has be come an absolute financial wreck, and that it is a move to freeze out a numberof unde fiired small stockholders and get clear of a certain amount of indebtedness. During a conversation on the matter, President Nitnick said: "Indianapolis will not quit There will be a club in that city again this ear, and, while baseball matters may look a little gloomy there now, it will all come out right in plenty of time for the Hoosier team to tako the fiel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 January 1889

COMMERCIAL NOTES. The Hide and Leather Market Still Driflins Downward. GALF SK1XS XETEE BEFORE AS LOW Signs of Prosperitj at Braddock and an Edgar Thomson Boom. T1IEI WILL IXCEEASETHEIE CAPACITY OFFICE OF THE PlTTSnUEO DISPATCH, Tuesday. January 22, 18S9. J The hide market does not at this date furnish many crumbs of comfort to dealers. The drift of prices has heen downward for several months past. The opinion among dealers a year ago was that hides and calf skins were down to bed rock prices. But prices are now more than 1 cent below those whicljfrnled this time last year, and trade gives as yet no signs of revival. A reduc tion of urices was agreed npon by tanners January 7, and at the reduction markets have dragged, until another virtual decline has occurred, though there is no nominal change. The situation is in lavor of buy ers. There is no better market in the coun try than this. There are eight very large tanneries in Allegheny which demand the best in this line. One of these...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 January 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH,' "WEDNESDAY, JANUARY- 2&V 1889. i MRS. RAM'S WAYS. The Dramatic Unfolding in Open Court of One More Chapter of HER YERT SENSATIONAL CAREER. Attempt to Bribe a Detective to Kill Her Banker Husband BY TOISONIXG HIS PEIUTE BOTTLE. The Shooting In the Church by Her Son TYai a Pre arranged Affair. Mrs. Bawson, the trife of the Chicago millionaire banker, is again in court. She is on trial for the attempted murder of Law yer Whitney. Sensational testimony was introduced as to her past career. A detec tive swore that she endeavored to hire him to kill her husband, and other damaging evidence was introduced. Chicago, January 22. Another sensa tion developed in the sensationally fruitful experience of Mrs. Meckie Eawson to-day. Mrs. Eawson was the wife of Banker Ste phen G. Eawson, who began an action for divorce from her. During its pendency Mrs. Eawson's son by a former husband, Ealph Lee, shot and dangerously wounded the banker while sitting in his pew in churc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 January 1889

SMALL For to-morrow1 DESPATCH can be left at main office till midnight or at branch office till 9JP.M. FORTY-THIRD YEAR. By the Prohibitionists for -an Active Campaign Through the Kevstone State. 100 APOSTLES TO PREACH The Gospel of Total Absti nence to the Yoters of the Commonwealth. PEESIDENT FULTON TALKS On the Plan of Action, and Says the Anti-Liquor People Will Win in Jrtne. HE OPPOSES LICENSE JUGGLERY, And Severely Criticises Cooper for Progressive legislation That He is Encouraging. the CAMBRIA COUNTY "WILL GO FOE BUM. The President of the Pennsylvania State Constitutional Amendment Association has been interviewed by The Dispatch's com missioner, and he tells how the organization will put 100 speakers in the field, hold a State Convention, and thoroughly work up a campaign. The temperance President also sharply criticises the tinkering with high license laws. In Cambria county, whf re this gentleman resides, however, it is not probable that the amendment will be carried at t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 January 1889

rz?'vw&iH$,W?m ' - " ' THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, THURSDAY .JANUARY . 24, 1889. A HEAVY DECREASE How the localTraffic of the P. E. B. Has Fallen Off. AGENTS' ANNUAL EEPORTS. A large Increase in ThrousiQ Busi ness Offset by the Other. THE CABLE CARS THE CAUSE OP IT. President Eoberts Threatened to Take Off Several Trains. ALL STATIONS LOSE 25 PER CENT The annual report of District Passenger Agent "Watt, of the Pennsylvania Bailroad, for the year ending January 31, has just been completed and sent to Assistant Gen eral Passenger Agent Boyd at Philadel phia. The report shows the total number of tickets sold, their value and the comparison between 1688 and 1887, at every station be tween Pittsburg and Harrisburg. The total sales at the Union station for the year were $714,897 55. This includes the main line of the Pennsylvania Railroad only, and has nothing whatever to do with the branches or "Western roads. The sales at the Fifth avenue office for the year amounted to $242, 067 72, an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 January 1889

aajumjmM P THE DEATE PENALTY Will" be Asked by the Commonwealth in the Case of Joe Dimmy, TKIED FOE MUBDEEING MILLER. The Story of the Widow and of the Exciting Arrest of Dimmy. OTHEE COUET SUITS AXD K0N-SUIT8 In opening the case of Joseph Dimmy, charged with the murder of Special Officer Miller, last September, District Attorney Porter told the story ot the crime, and stated that he would ask for a verdict of murder in the first degree. The accused was represent ed by Thomas 1L Marshall, Sr., and Thomas M. Marshall, Jr., and "William Reardon and John S Kobb were called in to assist the Commonwealth. A sad-faced woman, attired in deep mourn ing, was the first witness, and perfect silence fell upon the crowd as the widow of the murdered man told her story. She said her husband had been employed as private watchman by the residents of the streets about Western avenue, Allegheny. On the fatal night of September 3 be left home early. She was ill at the time, and heard noth ing of the af...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 January 1889

a.- THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH,1 THURSDAY, JANUARY U, 1889. "iv W w I m- llje Mimm ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 1S46. VoU 43, Xo. 352. Entered &l Pittsburg Post office, KoTcmber 14, ISO!, as cecona-claas matter. Business Office 97 and99 Fifth Avenue. News Eooms and Publishing House75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. This paper having wore than Double the circulation of any other In the State outside of Philadelphia, Its advantages as an adver tising medium will be apparent. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rosTAOE fbeb n the tsiiu) states, DiiLTDisrATcn, One Tear....... tM Dailt Dispatch, Per Quarter so? Dailt Disr-ATCH. OncMonth Dailt Dispatch, including Sunday, one year.. 10 00 Dailt Dibpatch, Including Sunday, per quarter - :s0 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month. - M Ednday Dispatch, one year. S50 -Weekly Dispatch, one year 1 15 Tbs Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at . IS cents per week, orincluClngtheSundayedltlon, atSOcentsper week. PITTSBURG, THURSDAY. JAN. 24. 18S9. THE CEITICAL POI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 January 1889

mff'rT7' TBW IFs - fspi THE PITTSBTJHG "DISPATCH - THURSDAY, JANUAKY'24';V1889. - WE THING AT A TIME In liquor Legislation is All the Ke publicans Care to Attempt. BKOOKS' BILL WILL BE LET ALONE Until the Fate of the Constitutional Amend ment is Settled. CHANGERS OrrOSED TO CHICAGO BEEF. Large Earns of Money Being Demsuiaea" From the State for Appropriations. The Republican legislators have finally determined not to hare any further liqnor legislation until the natter of Constitu tional prohibition is finally determined, one way or the other. Among the bills intro duced yesterday was one to allow the pre serving of game on estates, after the English iashion. The appropriations demanded are already amounting away up into the mil lions. rntOM A STAFF COBnESrOXIEXT.3 Haeeisbcrg, January 23. Senator Cooper's high license bill blazed meteor like across the Legislative heaven, and meteor-like, seems to have winked out. The Delaware man, however, succeeded in staggering the party programme...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 January 1889

.6 DISPATCH, tfAFtJARY rTO SELL IN CITIES, l A KewPoolsellingBill Drafted I by Pittsburgefs. DETAILS OF THE MEASUEE. A Talk About the Discipline of Base tall Plavers. THE LATEST ABOUT THE HOOSIERS. ' Indianapolis Authorities Talk About a Freeze-Out Scheme. GENERAL SPORTING NEWS OF THE DAI An honest, and -what appears to be a con stitutional effort, is being made in this city to have a law enacted to legalize poolsell ing in cities throughout the State. To put the matter short, a movement has com menced to have the poolrooms re-established. A number of Pittsburgers, whose object is to make poolselling or betting on horse races as honest and honorable as possible, have had a bill prepared on the subject This bill has been submitted to some well-known lawyers who claim that it provides for nothing unconstitutional. The bill will be introduced to the Legislature within a few days by a local member, and the promoters of the measure rely on its fairness as a means or success. Following ar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 January 1889

FrW- DISPATCH,'- THURSDAY, ' JANUARY Si; LOCAL LIVE STOCK. A Survey of Week's Trade at the East Liberty Stock -Yards. HEAVY CATTLE DECLINE HEAVILY. Good Botcher Stock a Shade Lower-Hogs Groiv Weaker. SHEEP AND LAMBS HAYE A TUMBLE. Office of Pittsburg dispatch. Wednesday, Jauuary 23, ISS9. J The run of cattle Monday was 90 loads, against 140 loads for the week before. With a decline of receipts to the extent of 50 carloads there would be, in ordinary times, an advance in prices. But we are obliged to chronicle one of the exceptions for this week's trade that proves the rule. Prices are 20c to 30c lower for heavy cattle, and a slight decline is reported on popular grades. The poorest stock suffered the least decline, as these have been down to hard pan lor a number of weeks past. For some reason, which stockmen are not prepared to five, the demand for heavy cattle has been decreasing lor the past three or four weeks. There .were hone among this week's supplies above 1.400 tiounds, and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 January 1889

! ft r SGORIHGTHE K. OF L. Ben Butterworth Says That Every Man Has the Eight TO EAMAtf HONEST L17IM Regardless of Labor the Rules of Any Organization. AIEN WHO BUILT UP THE COUNTRY Defended by Farauhar, Who Baid Latwr Was Forced to Combine TO EESIST THE COMBIMIOi'OF CAPITAL The question of returning to the use of land presses for printing greenbacks caused quite a heated discussion in the House yes terday. Butterworth asserted that the de mands of labor organizations were nnjust and un-American. Messrs. Farquhar and Foran took an opposite view of the question, ond Crain, a Texas Democrat, intimated that if Mr. Butterworth had made this speech during the late campaign the election might hare resulted differently. rSr-ECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DIBFATCH.1 "Washington; January 23. That clause of the bundry civil bill, which, if adopted, will have the effect to abolish steam presses from the Bureau of Engraving and Print ing, raised a great breeze in the House to day, and gave opportunity fo...

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