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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 January 1889

B332!3 mMWlgWTwFsm BffiBBBM QUI I I Forto-morroto'a OitlHLL DISPATCH I Vl IIPD can be left at AUUtri" main offlce UU tinidnight or at TIQCMCWTV branch I IUL.IIIL-M i w y p. jr. FORTY-THIKD YEAR A NEWJLLY For Prohibition Comes Down From the Mountain Fast nesses of Somerseti MOONSHINERS JUBILANT At the Bright Prospect of a Great Demand For Moun tain Dew "When LEGAL TTHISKY IS NO MOBE. The Dunkards "Will Venture Into Politics to Defend Their Principles And THEY WILL ALL VOTE TO PROHIBIT. Some Interesting Interviews With Som erset County's Eepresenta tive Men. EESULT OF THE DISPATCH'S CAKYASS i Somerset county will give a large ma jority for the Constitutional amendment. The agricultural element enjoys a pre ponderance of power up there. The in fluence of both the "moonshiners" and the religious Dunkards is taken into account in summing up the situation. Some gentle men well known in State politics were in terviewed on the subject. I find, in endeav oring to obtain the sentiment of a co...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 January 1889

TURNER'S DECISION. The Ex-Treasurer of the K. of L. Says Every Local Can be Represented IN THE BIG LABOR CONVENTION. Pittsburg Stores Shipped to Germany Xot Satisfactorj OX ACCOUNT OP THE COAL USED THERE Master Workman Boss, of D. A. 3, K. of L., yesterday received an important de cision from Frederick Turner, ex-General Treasurer of the order. Mr. Turner was President of the last Labor Legislative Convention, and when that body adjourned he was chosen as Presi dent for this session. Many of the district assemblies in this State are dissatisfied over the selection by the districts of delegates to attend the con vention, which will be held at Harrisburg next Tnesday. This convention will chose a committee whose duty it will be to remain at Harris burg as lobbyists in the interest of the labor bills to be presented. The expenses of this committee will be paid by the districts and locals represented in the convention at the rate of $3 per day and expenses. "When District Assembly 3 app...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 January 1889

' wsspfwsrrwip' s;r JANTTARY''- 25,- i889. ' , . - "- " THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH,- - FRIDAY, .' W m THE DEFENSE OPENS. Dimmy Held by Counsel to be In capable of Committing Murder. A PLEA OF SELF-DEFENSE SET UP. Tettimonj That Miller TTas DrnnV. and In sulted Colored Ladies. MISCELLANEOUS COURT K0UT1NE, ETC. Joseph Dimoy's trial for the murder of Special Officer Miller, in Allegheny City, was resumed in the Oyer and Terminer Court yesterday. Dimmy's mother sat be side him and evinced more interest in the testimony than did her son, who seemed to get considerable enjoyment ont of some phases of the testimony. There seemed to be a disposition to get amusement out of the case notwithstanding the solemn position the prisoner is in, and -when some of the audience laughed at a portion of Bobert Wagner's testimony. Judge Collier had the room cleared of spectators. The firet witness yesterday was Dr. Foster, who testified to having maan the post mortem on the body of Miller, and that death wa...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 January 1889

t ." V.S.P. PlTTSBtTEG- DISPATCH; ''tfKTOAY," " JANTJAET , r j;' '25, ' 188fc fjje BMtcg. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1818. Vol. 3, Ho. 303. Entered at Pltteburg l'ost oCiCC November It, lss?, at second-class matter. Business Office 07 and.89 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House--75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. This paper Imvlng more tUan Double tho clrcolotlon ofnny other In tho State outsldo of Philadelphia, Its ad vantacea as an adver tising medium will bo apparent. TE1U1S OF THE DISPATCH. rosTAcE tote ix the cktted states. lurLT UiprATcit, one Year. s sco Dailt Diepatcii, Per Quarter 100 Daily DisrATCH. OncMonth Daily DisrATCU, Including Sanday, one year 1000 Daily Dispatch including Sunday, per quarter ISO Daily Dispatch, Including faunday. ono month. to EDXDAY DisrATCn. one year. -50 Weekly Disfatcu, one car 129 THE DAILY Disr-ATCU is delivered by carriers at IS cents per 'neck, orlncluding-tbeSundaycdlUon. at 20 cento per week. PITTSBPRQ, FRIDAY. JAK. 25. 1SS9. ELECTBIC BL...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 January 1889

RSMB 1.93?" j t -1-- lJ. wy, V- 'JTzn -p1 f - X THE PITTSBURG DISPATOH, PPJDAT, JANUARY ' 25, 1889. F THE TAX ON TOBACCO May Have to Remain Just Where it is for a Little Yhile Longer. V.'OED PASSED ALOXG THE LIKE Bracing' Up the Kcpnblicans for a Piece of Tolitical Strategy. THEY WAXTTHE CREDIT OF ITS KEREAL. Jural Eipirts Eiyr JG,(H0,000 a Tear Will Prudently Enild Oar KaTj. The death of Representative Burncs may bare some bearing on the Cowles bill to re peal tobacco taxes, as that gentleman was opposed to the measure, and the Speaker may not fill the vacancy by appointing a man uho would be sure to vote against the bill Naval experts say that ?G,O00,O00a year ought to build our new navy fast cnongh to be prudent and safe. lErtClAL TELECKAM TO THE DISrATCH.l Washington, January 24. The Vir ginia delegation interested in the abolition of the tobacco taxes will have a hearing to morrow before the Appropriations Commit tee. They will advocate the proposition of Colonel Cowles, of Kor...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 January 1889

iii r r PflCTIVE AMATEURS Western Pennsylvania Base ball League Organized. (SIX GOOD CLUBS SELECTED. A Plain Statement About the Indian apolis Club Case. UB. BRUSH AFTER THE FRANCHISE Another Big Offer for the Sullivan-Eilrain Battle. feGEKEEAL SPORTING SEWS OF THE DAI During the last few weeks it has often been stated in the papers that the prospects of what is called amateur basebali playing in "West ern Pennsylvania never were better than tbey are for next seison. Another and a very interesting proof Is now given supple mentary to what has previously been stated. Al .Pratt, probably one of the busiest men in the State in promoting the teams as clubs of j-oungsters. visited Latrobe yesterday morning and learned some very interesting news con cerning the Western Pennsylvania Baseball League. He met the leading officials of that organization, and during a long conversation, became convinced that Western Pennsylvania Is to have a better baseball organization en tirely confined to its...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 January 1889

LOCAL LIYE STOCK. Week's Kan of Cattle at Liberty Liglit Prices Decline. HEAVY WEIGHTS DEOPPING MOST. Markets Continue in Favor of Buyers of Sheep and Hogs. CHEAP POKE TBOMCTS ASSURED Office of Pittsburg dispatch. ( Thuksday, January 24, 18S9. 5 It w ill be seen by the accompanying re port of the week's work at the Central Stock Yards that local supplies of cattle this week are 530 head below those of last week. Last week's run was the heaviest for two months past The large receipts brought a reduc tion of 2025c per cwt on heavy cattle, and 10 15c on light grades. Markets last week began and ended very slow. Toward the close of the week a few loads left over must have been sold by shading prices. With diminished supplies this week there comes no improvement to the trade, hut the reverse. A leading stockman rcpjrts a de cline on heavy cattle of SOc from last week's prices. On medium grades the decline has not been so great. Low grade cattle have suffered no decline as there i as no r...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 January 1889

Esaassgi I : f THE SMOAJf ISLES. Characteristics of the People Who Inhabit the Disturbed Group. UAK IKTELLIGEKT, AMIABLE EACE Who LiTed on Good Terms With America Until Germany Interfered. CAUSE OF THE EECEXT U1BK0GLI0. Wly Bismarck Has Encouraged War and Fostered Hatred of America. The Samoan or Navigators' group of (islands are in the South Pacific Ocean, in latitude 14 degrees south and longitude 172 degrees west, and lie directly west of the coast of Peru. They have an area of 2,650 square miles and a population approxi mating 33,000, not including the laborers in troduced from other islands to cultirate cot ton and cocoanut. The native Samoan in stature is tall, says a trriter in the "Washington Post, inclined to be robust, and of a bright copper color, more pleasing than the dull tint of the Sandwich Islander. His strength is stu pendous, and his endurance a marvel, only equaled by his chivalrous bearing toward those to whom he is opposed cither in battle or native sports. So ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 January 1889

.n. "st "V" pwrw1? Pt$TO :$$fmXrJr. T- St PAGES l TO 8. ' l'fwislS '-T&(L p: " FIRST PART. ' tptt . . PORTT-THTRD YEAR - SWa "- f) V i RUiVl RAIDERS Maryland Merchants Will Take Advantage of Prohibition in Bedford, and TRY TO RUIN ITS TRADE By OfferingUnlimited WMsky and Eree Travel to Customers. THE JUG AS A MAGNET. Business of the Border Counties Filled With Sadness at the Prospect. CHRISTEHED Iff JAMAICA RUM, Bedford County Has Eeformed, and Now Will Probably Tote for the Amendment. OPINIONS OP PROMINENT PERSONS Bedford county -will probably vote tor Constitutional Amendment, but with only a small majority. Our special commis sioner has discovered a scheme Maryland merchants are arranging, by which they can keep the border counties in Pennsylvania supplied with whisky. Some Bedford merchants are afraid this will attract gen eral trade to Cumberland. Ex-Congressman Cessna believes the State will be hotly contested. Thus far The Dispatch's can vass of counties shows the followi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 January 1889

gSZaMJKBS .-irfiBf33( ww 2 ABIGWRISE. Two Dressed Beef Abattoirs to be Built in Allegheny IP A BUTCHERS' BILL "TOS. Swift, the Great Chicago Slaughterer and Shipper, Scheming TO RAISE THE PRICE OF LOCAL BEEP By Doing His Eillins Here, tut Bringing His Stock from the West WHAT TEE BUTCHERS HATE TO SAT Knives are sometimes so thoroughly sharpened that they are made to cut both ways. Thisma turn out to be the case with the big local butcher knife. The butchers, beyond a doubt, intended it to cut out "Western dressed beef, either in diseased or -wholesome form. Their knife was, therefore, put in the form of a legislative bill, whose provisions were, practically, to make a market ior the best liTe stock grown in "Western Pennsyl vania, at more profitable rates than the present, and at the same time give the butchers more margin than they can get from the Chicago monopolists. Nobody seems to have thought of another imminent contingency, however, until a re porteryesterday drewout theheret...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 January 1889

THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1889. 3 f- V f X-Display advertisements one dollar per square or one insertion. Classified advertise ments on this page such as Wanted, Par Sale, To Let, etc, ten cents per line for each inser tion, and none taken for less than fifty cents. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BRANCH OFFICES. For the accommodation of the public, Branch Offices have "been established at the following places, where Want, For Sale, To Let, and other transient advertisements "will be received upto9P.M. for inser tion next morning: Advertisements are to be prepaid except where advertisers already have accounts with TnK DIS PATCH. rrrrsBURG. THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 3509 Butler street. E-MIL G. STUCKET. Hth street and Penn ave. E. G. fcTUCKEY & CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton St. ". STOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House. EAST EXD. J. W. WALLACE, 6111 Penn avenue. OAKLAND. MCALLISTER Jt SHE115LEK,5thav. & Atwood St. soirrnsiDE. JACOB SPOHX. No. 2 Carson street. CHAS. SCHWAKM, 1707...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 January 1889

je Bipp&Jj. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1S46. Vol. 4Z, So. 254. Entered at Pittsburg Post office, November M, is7, as seeona-ciass muter. Business Office 97 and99 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing; House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. This paper having more than Double the circulation or any other In the &tnte ouuldo of Philadelphia, Iti advantage! as an ndver Using medium will be apparent. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTJLOS TBZB TK TIIS rOTTED STATES. DAILT Drsr-ATCn, One Year. 8 00 Uatly Disr-ATClt, Per Quarter 200 Daily IMbtatch, One Month '" Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one jear 10 00 Daily Disfatcb, Including Sunday, per quarter 90 Daily Disi-atch, Including Sunday, one month - 90 SUNDAY DigFATCR, one Tear. ISO Weekly Dispatch, one year 125 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at U cents per week, or including thesunday edition, at 20 cents per week, PITTSBURG, SATURDAY. JAN. 26. 18S9. TWELVE PAGES BETTER GO SLOW. "Would it not be wise to go a little slow abou...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 January 1889

DISPATCH. SATURDAY,-- JANUARY 26, 1889 -: , : ' i HIS TELLING BLOWS. Allegheny's School Superintendent Strikes al Manual Training IX DEFENSE OF THE HIGH SCHOOL. An Original and Instructive Official Report, Published in Advance. HOW PUBLIC OPINION PLAYS THE HOG The forthcoming annual report of Super intendent John Morrow, of the Allegheny public schools, to the Board of Control, of that city, will be of more than ordinary in terest and importance, as its compiler "strike from the shoulder" at -what he deems to be an evil of exaggeration regarding the manual training mania that is having its run anions many patrons and friends of the public schools. From advanced proofs of the instructive and forcible report The Dis patch is privileged to publish extracts, and they are appended: After an experience of rears in all trades of public schools, the writer ought to be pardoned for belierinc that he knows somethmc of their merits and demerits, and for baring some fixed notions as to the wisd...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 January 1889

PITTSBURG SATURDAY, 26 - :i SULLIVAN'S SPREE Jack Dempsey Gives a Sig nificant Account of THAT BOSTON ESCAPADE. Charlie Johnson Threatens to Leave the Big Slugger. CAPT. BEOWTS STABLE OF EACEES The Nonpariel Arranges to Hake s Trip to 'Frisco. KEWS ABOUT THE AUSTEALIAN TEAMS It is always interesting to sporting people to know the inside history of things so far as sporting events or dealings are concerned Jack Dempsey, the "konpariel," arrived in the city yesterday, and -without doubt told some of his friends a few facts that were not only interesting, but very instructive. Out side of Dempsey's gameness as a pugilist his most remarkable characteristic is his frankness. He is certainly in a position which enables him to talk truthfully about anybody or anything in bis particular line of business, that is, as far as pugilism is concerned. Beside tbis, a man like Dempsey would not under any circum stances make public a fact or circumstance that would be injurious even to an enemy if h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 January 1889

.gi!IMW.BqBBi GUESS WEIL FIGHT, It All Points to War Between America and Germany. ENGLAND GETTING SCARED, But Feels Confident That Americans Will Hold Their Own. O'BRIEN IS SENTENCED TO PRISON In His Absence, and the Police Don't Know Where to Find Him. PARNELL COMMISSION GOES TO SLEEP The news from "Washington shows pretty conclusively that Germany has to back dawn in the Samoan fnss or fight. The spirit of '76 is still alive in this country. Dispatches from Berlin disclose the fact that the German press is beginning to realize that there is a limit to American endurance. England is also becoming worried over the complications -which may arise. Mr. O'Brien was sentenced to jail yesterday. He was absent from court at the time, and the police don't know where to find him, which proves that they never studied the famous cook-book of Mrs. Glass. "Washington, January 25. Repre sentative Morrow, of California, who is the Chairman of the sub-committee of the House Committee on Foreign Aff...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 January 1889

-, i PWiw sT t;mw ?&? ,,i-t , - , rj, - . -t - , - f - 'WZWMWWrWi -rfi JSTrf I' - k " j " '.' 8V THE, PEETSBTTKGr DISPATCH, SATHRDAT, JANUARY 26,- 1889. . '' ' ''' ,4 . ' fit-BvSZ; ?p IT IS BISHOP VINCENT. The Former Pittsburg Kector is Sol emnlv Consecrated as the HEAD OP THE DIOCESE OP OHIO. A Terj Large and Distinguished Congrega tion is Present, INCLUDING FIT TISITIXG BISHOPS. Three Thousand Guests Attend an Elaborate EeeepUon In tie Evening. Kev. Boyd Vincent was yesterday for mally consecrated Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Ohio at Cincinnati. The cere monies were Tery impressive. The attend ance was remarkable in point of numbers and the persons present. A reception was tendered the new Bishop in the evening. rsr-ECIAI. TELEOBAM TO THE DISPATCH. ClxcnrifATl, January 25. The most im posing church event of the past BO years in Cincinnati occurred to-day at St. Paul's P. E. Church, when the Bev. Boyd Yinccnt, of Pittsburg, was consecrated Bishop of Ohio, with impressive ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 January 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH. i.h- SECOND PART. PAGES 9 TO I2P U C0T FIEST ASERIES OF SHOBTSTORIES By J. Marsden Sutcliffe, ENTITLED THE ROMANCE OF AI ItfSUKAMJE OFFICE, BnxG Passages nr the ExrEEiEKCE op Me. AUGUSTUS "WILLIAM WEBBER, Formerly General Manager to the Universal Insurance Company. ALL RIGHTS BEFORE THE CURTAIN. It -would not be fair to the reader to ask him to attach any credence to the true his tories I am about to relate, without inform 'ine him how I became acquainted 'with the facts to which his indulgent attention is in cited, and the circumstances under which these Teracious records are sent forth to jmeet the public eye. As the necessary ex planations are associated with the happiest 'events in my life with which all happy and intending Benedicts will 'surely sympathize and, as the only person who has a shadow of claim to impose an in terdict, has strictly enjoined npon me to avoid any appearance of concealment about the matter, there can be no reason why I should not...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 January 1889

KSfSKB v bBJ -ft' P'??R" fP?38? THE PITTSBURG" DISPATCH, ' SATURDAY, JASmAPvY 26, 1889. 10 KiSHlSutfK&iSl CANADAWOFTANNEX Willi the United States if Her Office Holders Can Prevent It CANADIANS ARE WELL SATISFIED As They Are, and Believe That Their Form of Government is SIJIPLT THE FINEST IN THE WORLD. A Statement of the sanation by a Gtntltmaa Wha Understand! It. rmtiTTEN toe tuk DisrATCn.l The Forum for January opens up with a well written article by Senator Justin S. Morrill, of Vermont, entitled "Is Union "With Canada Desirable?" The learned Senator anticipates that a political union of Canada with the United States is merely a mat ter of time, and nicely remarks that "the growth and "density of our population may in time promote ideas of Sir John Macdonald. further annexation, and in the pride of power or in the heat of party strife a union may be brought about 'peace ably if Tie can. or unfortunately forcibly if we must. It should come more as a iavor to them than to us. A ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 January 1889

THE PITTSBTJKG- DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1889. THE IAKKET BASKET. Mid-Winter Quiet is Fully On in Country Produce Lines. DEMAND FOR GOOD OYSTERS FAIR. The Press Club ContributesIts Mite to Eerive Trade. THE SITUATION IK CONSUMERS' FATOE OFFICE OF TOE PnTSBUnO DISPATCH, Friday. January 25, 18S9. J Retail trade in the lines of Saturday mar ket basket materials have undergone very few changes in the past week. All dealers report a very quiet week's trade. Keither jobbers nor retailers of country produce and dairy products represent the situation in very roy colors. The open 'weather has been against any revival of trade. With almost two-thirds of the winter cone, and no tight weather show ing up trade has dragged, and business has been generally unsatisfactory to dealers. Sun aaj's snow storm ran its course too quickly to make any impression on the markets, other than to check the downward drift of eggs and butter. Harry Beckert, of the Diamond market, re ports trade very quiet ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 January 1889

THE STATE OF TEADE. .Bradstreet's Report That the Im provement is Not let Visible. THE WEATHER LARGELY TO BLAME Prices On Nearly All General Lines On th6 Downward ttrade. ft G. DON & CO.'S WEEKLY STATEMENT New Toek, January 25. Special tele grams to Bradstreet's do not report a con tinuance of the more favorable features of a week ago. The recurrence of mild, un seasonable weather has checked the move ment of winter goods somewhat, notably clothing and heavy drygoodi, at Kansas City, Chicago, St. Joseph, Omaha, Cincin nati, in the South and in the Northwest. At most centers the volume of several lines of trade is of seasonable proportions, particularly drygoods, groceries, hardware, lumber and paper. At New York there is no special activity, nnd the condition and the outlook are fairly satisfactory. As was to be expected after the long continued mild winter, there has been a growing complaint as to collections from country merchants. The prospect for the lake ship building inter...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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