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

TgW'F ?VWV m THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY -14, 1889. $ZFv TWO OKPHAN PLABS. The G. A. R. Adopts One and the Women's Relief Corps Another. THE LATTER HAVE A BIG SCHEME To rrovide for Soldiers, Their Widows and Orphans. Wiyes, COL STEWART WINS AS PEEDICTED. A List of the Sewly Elected Officers or the Three Different Societies. The session of the G. A- K. Encampment at Erie has closed. Colonel Stewart was elected Commander. A report in faTor of the continuance of the Orphans' schools un der the charge of a commission was adopted. The Women's Belief Corps want the pres ent system abolished. They took action looking to the establishment of a State Home under their direction. The ladies of the Grand Army refused to unite with them. IfrECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISrATCII.l Eitrc, February 13. The Twenty-third annual Encampment of the Grand Army has closed its session, and the veterans arc breaking ranks to-night. The Women's Relief Corps and the Ladies of the Grand Army of the Re...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 February 1889

MYERS IS AFRAID. He Adroitly Declined to Face Young JackM c'Auliffe in Game Style, 64 ROUNDS AND A DRAW. One of the Most Harmless Fights on Kecord. Prize THE! MADE THE SHERIFF DEUXE. Kot as Much Blood Split as Would Soli a White Necktie Gllmore and Dally Want to Fight Either of Yesterday's Principals Horsemen Organize nn Important As sociation Interesting Baseball Gossip The Female Bicyclists General feport . 1ns News. The McAuliffe-Myers prize fight for the light-weight championship ot America took place at Uorth Judson, Ind., yesterday morning. After 64 rounds the battle was declared a draw. It could not be com menced until the Sheriff had been made drunk. The battle, however, according to the following special account, was tame and disappointing. Myers seemed to be only aiming at making a draw of it. McAuIiffe in the early part of the battle began to pun ish flyers and the latter amid hisses began to run around the ring. The betting was extremely heavy among the 500 sports presen...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 February 1889

THE PITTSBUBG - rDISPATCH, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY LOCAL WE STOCK Butchers Fare Belter Than Drovers or Stock Misers. HEAYT CATTLE LOWER THAN EVER Hojs, Too, Tending Downward Sheep and Lambs on Reflection HATf! CONCLUDED TO FOLLOW SUIT Office of Pittsburg Dispatch, Wednesday, February 13, 1SS9. J The run of cattle on Monday was 63 loads, ajrainstSS for the two previous Mondays. About seven loads have been received since Monday, making a total of 70 head for the local trade this week. In the receipts were eight to ten loads of good to prime stock, weighm;; from 1,100 to 1,600 pounds, but no ejtra primes showed up in the entire lot. Heavy cattlo were 1015c below prices of last week. The ranse of prices for the heavy weights was S3 75! 35. Said an old-time dealer. "Heavy cattle have not sold as low since 1S62 as they did this week, A fair qual ity of fat, coarse beeves weighing 1,00 pounds were soldat3JJc, a price below anything since the war." All butcher grades weighing from 1,100 to L400 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 February 1889

-Mtf-f " c 9 FEBKTABY - - y. '-14' 1889. ! 11 RIOT IN CONGRESS ft During the Discussion of tlie - Smalls-Elliott Contest. ik r BED-HOT SPEECHES HADE Prom Hemphill, of South Carolina, and Crisp, of Georgia, AEOUSE THE AKGRI PASSIONS Of the Eepnblicans, Especially Those From Indiana. ELLIOTT SEATED BY A PAETI TOTE The contest between Messrs. Elliott and Emails, the latter colored, for a seat in Con cress as a Representative f:om South Caro lina, -was decided yesterday in favor of Elliott. The discussion over the report of the Committee on Contested Seats ras ex tremely heated, and ended in a small-sized riot, which the Sergeant-at-Arms had diffi culty in suppressing. Both Republican and Democratic members claimed to be the friends of the colored man, and the retorts vVere warm and pointed. "Washington .February 13. The Smalls Elliott contest was settled in favor of the latter in the House to-day. When the matter was taken up for consideration Mr. Hemphill, ot South Carolina, took the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 February 1889

PEOPLE WHO VAST HOUSES Should peruso the third patro of THE DISPATCH. All having Houses to Kent can secure tenants by adver tising in THE DISPATCH. FORTT-rOUKTH YEAR. L0GICALLYC0IV1ING Is Perfectly Satisfied With the Brooks High License Law, and Will VOTE DOWN PROHIBITION. The Sentiment in Clinton, Sullivan and Tioga Counties. A GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATE TALKS. A Strict Administration of the Brooks Lnw Suit Lycotninc Tloen Will Go Dry Clinton County CIoc ulllvnn "Wilt Voto Against the Amendment ConprcfismnnJ JtlcConnlck Spent Out CUirs 'Will' Om-Votc I lie Um-nl Districts A Strong Objection to fnmptuary Laws A Fccl- inc That I.iqnor Men Mionld lie Kcim bursed for Loss of Property. Lycoming county is put down by her prophets as against Constitutional amend ment by a small majority. Clinton is con ceded to be a close county on the issue. Tioga county will be pronounced in her majority for the amendment. Sullivan county will no; favor prohibition. In Lycoming the Brooks law seems to have...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 February 1889

gvjjjSEBsKgssjji vyFp -jr'mvj! ?3fi; s-r ! v T The National Shipping and Industrial Learae TO GIYE HABEISOU THE TIP Tankee Sailors, Yankee Ships and Yankee Interests MUST RECEIVE U. S. PROTECTION. Geo. A. Kelly, of the Committee, Tells How Pittsburg Will Gain "WHEN ALL SHIPS ARE MADE AT HOME A committee from the National Shipping .and Industrial League of America passed through the Union depot last night en route for Indianapolis, where they intend to wait upon President-elect Harrison for the pur jxise of giving him pointers in regard to his inaugural address. The committee is composed of Andrew "Wheeler, of Philadelphia; George A. Kel ly, of Pittsburg; H. G. Ganz, of Delaware; Colonel Pitkin, of Louisiana; 51. H.Webb, of New York; Ambrose Snow, of New York; A. P. Hicgins, of New York, and A. N. Vanderbilt, of New York. These gentlemen were appointed at the fourth annual convention of the National Shipping and Industrial League, held in "Washington from January 30 until Febru ary 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 February 1889

QUEER OLD LEGENDS. The Historical Society of Western Penna. Meets and Unearths A MAX WHO SKUBBED AAROX BURR. Eeminiscences of Old Sewickley Yalley and the Days of Joy WHEN WHISKY WAS 16 CEKTS A GALLON The monthly meeting of the Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania was held at their rooms, in the Court House, yester day afternoon. It was the first meeting in the new quarters and was called to order at 3 o'clock by the Chairman, Hon. C! 6. Fctterman, who said the new charter had been granted. The room was well filled. Dr. Allison read a very interesting paper on the "Early History of the Sewickley Valley." Some pertinent points of the essay were as follows: "The name 'Sewickley' is of Indian or igin, and signifies sweet water. The place is so called on account of the great number of sugar trees which grew there. The first per son whom we find prominent in the history of this locality is Colonel John Morgan, who had been sent to this region by the Gov ernment as an Indian Commiss...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 February 1889

THE PITTSBURG- DISPATOH, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY . 15, 1889. r 1 ft 9j Bigpfrjj. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1S4S. VoL 41, Xo. 8. Entered at Pittsburg rosU office, Xtovemberlt, 1M7, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House-75 77 and 78 Diamond Street This paper having moro tlinn Double the circulation oCnny other in tho Slate outside of Philadelphia, its advantages as an adver tising medium will be apparent. TElUDs OF THE DISPATCH. rOSTAGE TKEE Df THE rMTEO STATES. JUtLY DisrATcn, One Year. t 800 Daily DisrATCH, Per Quarter 200 Daily Dispatch, OncMonth ' Daily Disr.iTcu, Including Sunday, one year WOO Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, per quarter i - sa) Duly DisrATcn, Including bandar, one month - SO EUMiay DisrATCli, one year 150 VEEKLY DlsrATCH, one year 13 Uhe Daily Dii1'atcu U delivered by carriers at 15 cents per -week, orlncludlngiliesundai edition, at 2u cents per cek. PITTSBURG, FRIDAY..FER 15. Ih89. TO AGENTS. Agents wishing extra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 February 1889

W V ' ' . THE PITTSBUJKG DISPATCH, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1889.' , 5 r M v - : .1 i S9 THE BEST IS NEEDED. ate to-day confirmed Eugene F. "White, of Preseott, Arc., Indian Inspector, and Car roll D. "Wright, Commissioner of Labor. STRTKTftr AT TTNTONS I IarrliioIJcene Granted Yeitonlay. NEW APVERTISKMEJiTS. MEW ADVERTISEMENTS. J NEW ADVIJfnwEMENTS. ;1" fl - I . . . w tilMihnrv ml ll ' 1 'I I f II T II fill Mil 1 aH iSili.::::::::::::::::::::::::MtuKrrS nuilUE ur ncmuVHL! - mW m PHI 1" SI 1 A riTlPAT'PTnC' - vHiifJiL fif r ' n anrMiiMo .-. . . fe . 1 " I -. 2! So Mediocre Material Can bo Taken For the Kext Speakership. MAN OP METTLE, His Temper Will be Tried fcy Animals in the Bear Garden. EAXDALMTES GETTING BOLDEE. They Will be Eeird From on All Tariff Legislation in the Fntnre. The Speaker of the next Congress, it is expected, will have a bear garden to con trol. Much bitter feeling is bound to arise orer the contests that are sure to be decided by the majority in favor of strengthen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 February 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1889. t WORLD OF SPORTS An Authority Talks About Selling BaseballPools. .v ITS GOOD AND BAD EFFECTS Local Opinions About the McAuliffe and Myers Battle, INTERESTING BASEBALL GOSSIP. How the "Western Lightweight Was e ceired at His Home. GENERAL SPOETIKG KEWS OF THE DAT Sam Hyams, the popular poolseller on baseball games, has contracted to leave this city and go to Denver, Col. He will become a member of the firm to be established by John Loomis in that Colorado city, and the fact is Sam is very loth to go out of Pitts burg. There is another fact, and that is many of the many thousands of local baseball enthusiasts regret his departure, Hyam's leaving this city prompts many in teresting thoughts. He is one of the best In formed sellers on baseball games that probably has been in Pittsburg; but this is not the great feature of his departure. His leaving means that the exciting times that there used to be on "score or no score" will no more ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 February 1889

.WFjFT ?j??7 !WW' TPfi'W3BfJ5 V THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, FRIDAY," FEBRUARY 15," 1889.- -t wrvw3,;JTy-'wp7 LIVE STOCK BEYIEff. Leading Features of the Week's Trade at Liberty Yards. HEAVY-WEIGHT CATTLE GO SLOW. Stockmen Sot Less Pleased Than Pack ers fl it'u Hot: Market UEDIEjI SHEEP AXD LAMBS DULL Office of the Pitisbueo Dispatch,! TnrrsnAT. Febrniry U, JSS9. The week's local receipts ol cattle are About 10 carloads less than last week and 15 less than the week before. Through re ceipts arc larger than for several months past. "With a falling off of about 300 head in local receipts, under ordinary circum stances there would be an advance in prices. The condition of the cattle trade, however, lor the past few weeks has been an exception to all rules, atid has upset all calculations of stock men. An old-time operator at the Liberty yards gives the following terse view of live stock markets: "Heavy cattle are lower than they have been sii.ee before the war. It seems that nobody wants he...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 February 1889

THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, PEIDAT, FEBRUARY 15, 1889. 1 DUSKY YALENTINE .'t fas the One Beceived Yesterday by President-Elect Harrison. r 1EADIKG SOUTHERN COLORED HEN Strongly Insist That an Attorney General be Appointed WHO WILL PEOITCT TDEIE RIGHTS. ivames Modestlj Sot Mentioned, but Laisston Heads the Delegation. A conference of Southern colored men assembled at Indianapolis yesterday. Prof. Langston, of Virginia, was the chief spokesman. They presented an address to General Harrison asking that especial care "be taCen in the selection of the Attorney General. A man Is wanted who will secure fair elections in the South. Other callers sk lor minor offices. rSrECI AL TELEGRAM TO Tint DISFATCH.l Indianapolis, February 14. General' Harrison's valentine was black. It was presented by a delegation of negroes, headed by Prof. John SI. Langston, and the burden of it was a plea on behalf of the black race of the South that General Harrison should choose for his Attorney-General some man abl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 February 1889

gPflWWp w? FlF ':&-'&twW1S1 V. m first mw- fpjt fflt$mm TT 9 - - - PORTY-POTIRTH YEAR. 01 THE RAGGED EDGE Prohibition Sentiment Somewhat Mixed in the Northern Tier of Counties. FIVE MORE HEARD FROM. Bradford and Susquehanna ,Are Dry, Wayne is Doubtful, While KONEOEAND PIKE ARE DECIDEDLY WET Wayne and Erie Figuring a End Men A Gain in Temperance Sentiment Pike County Influenced by New York Differ ent Interpretation of the Term ID.de boand Farmer for Prohibition An In creased Demand for Apple Butter The Question br Taxes A Solid East Acalnst the Amendment Philadelphia's 40,000 Majority. Constitutional amendment seems to hare the best of the campaign up to this time in the extreme northeastern corner of the State. Oar special commissioner finds that of the five counties forming the corner, two will vote against the amendment. .They are Pike and Monroe. "Wayne is donbtfnl. Two others will favor prohibition. They , are Susquehanna and Bradford, and their Majorities for the amendm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 February 1889

J"t ' if BRAIN AD MUSCLE The New Ideas of Prominent .- Educational People ABE LOGICALLY ADVANCED At An Interesting Session of the Teachers' Institute. EX-PKESIDENTB. B. HAYESSPEAKS Manual Training in the PuMIc Schools Advocated fcy Him. A TALK OS THE EDUCATIONAL FOECES. An interesting! session of the Pittsburg Teachers' Institute was held in the First Presbyterian Church on "Wood .street last evening. A very Urge audience was pres ent and the snbjeots discussed will no doubt create no ideas in the minds of those to whom the education of the child is one of the duties of their lives. Dr. Kearns called the meeting to order. The institute was opened by a chorus from the Liberty School rendering the "Lorelei," a German ballad. Her. Dr. Robinson then lead in prayer. The Chairman of the in stitute then made a few introductory re marks, and then introduced Hon. Ruther ford B. Hayes. The ex-President of the United States was greeted with applause as he stepped on the rostrum. A brief report...

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

TTTTJjv. PBCTSBURG DISPiLTCH;. 'SATURDAY, PEBRXrARrT-v 6 1889.- ,3 -t WASTED FINANCIAL. -TrANTED-MuKTUAUES-M0NEYTO LOAJf V In sums to suit, at 4( , S and 6 per cent. GKAEUIKU A LTO.N, 13S onrth ave. ap6-el-p -TTJANTKD-RENTS TO COLLECT; MOSTH- V LY settlement -with Itemized statement. BLACK A HAIKU. 85 fourth aTenue. a2S-a2-P VTrAATED-KENTS TO COLLECT IN ALL V parts or both cities; established 1S&M . A. HKllBON A SONS, 80 Fourth ave. rel-49-ws -TTTANTED-TO LOAN A0ON CITY 1'KOi' VV EKTY at S and 6 per cent. In sums to suit. I). B. THOMAS A CO..o. JOS Grant street. felO-51-EOD XTTASTEU-MOKTOAGES ON CITY 1X01- W EKTY. oierHOOO; W centS n0 " HENRY A. WKAViJiACO., KKourtu avenue. innz-as-D VtTANTED-KENTS COLLECTED VROM1T- W i,y. property managed with satisfaction. ALLES A BAILEY, 1M Fourth avenue, Tel. 167. -rrTAfcTED-MOKTGAGES-SUMS FROM $500 W to $j00,000to loan at 4K, S and 6 per cent. J AS W. DBAFE A Co., 129 Fourth avenue. Pltts enry. fel-47-MwrB VTT ANTED MORTGAGES IN ANY 1 V amo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 February 1889

' -vS JT ,rr if. THE --praSBUBa--. DISPATCH, SATURDAY -JFEBRTJART 18, 188ft , w. jyr " -f .. ' M$0t. m ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY t; I&fi, VoL 44, No. S. Entered at Pittsburg Post offlce, November It, 1SS7, as second-class matter. Business Offlce97 anfiSOFifth Avenue. News Booms and PubUsaine Hoose-75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street This paper having tnoro than Double the circulation of nny otber In the Stato ouuldo of Philadelphia, Its advantage! ai as adver tising medium will be apparent. TERMS OF TUB DISPATCH. rOSTABK rjtEK IX THE CKITID STATXS. JUttY DISPATCH, One Year. I 8 00 Daily Dispatch, Ter quarter soo DAILT DisrATCB. Oncllonth Daily l'urATcn, including Sunday, one jear.i .. ..-. 10 00 DAILY DisrATCll, Including Sunday, per quarter 583 Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one month -. CO 6CKUAY Dispatch, one year. sso WKLY Dispatch, one year 13 Tur Daily DisrATCll Is delivered by carrier at -J5 cents per week, orlncludingthebundaicdlUon. at TO cents per week, PITTSBOnG, SATURDAY. FE&...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 February 1889

m w THE;: PirTSBTJBG ,DISPAT0H,:SATIJBDAYv3?EBRTJAET "16,-188 - '4 THE COST OF OFFICE. One's Character, Public and Private, Always Attacked Fiercely THE MOMENT HE WAISTS ANYTHING Colonel Chill Hazzard Xot an Eiception to the General Rule. HIS POLITICAL ENEMIES PfiOTEST Against Bis Eeceivinc; the Kich Plum of the Local Pension Agency. Who will get the local Federal offices is a question assuming considerable interest just now. When the sweep takes place a large number of patriots expect to be called for. Three prominent candidates are in the field for Pension Agent in the Western District of Pennsylvania. The opposition seems to center against Colonel Chill Hazrard, of Monongahela City, and already all sorts of protests are being filed against him and all sorts of charges made. rCPECIAI. TELEGEAH TO TIIE DISP ATCB.1 Washington, February 15. Just at the present time there is probably n stronger pull in progress for the office of Pension Acent for the Western District of Pennsyl vania ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 February 1889

wmmi THE , PITTSBURG DISPATCH, 'SATUKDAl PEBRHAIlTr16,- 4 1889. MAKING IT LIVELY, Too Many Clubs Want to Join the Amateur League. AN OFFICIAL GIVES ADYICE. Chicago Sporting Men's Opinion About the Eecent Fight. DESPERATE FIGHT AT ST. LOUIS. AFTER. THE BATTLE. An Eastern Man Pays 00,000 For a Dozen Trotters. GENEfiAL SPOETIKG NEWS OF THE DAT .There is probably more interest being centered in the formation of the Allegheny County Baseball League than the majority of baseball enthusiasts hare any idea. There are four clubs needed to make the league complete and there is a plethora of applicants. Bo enthusiastic are the appli cants about being organized that there is considerable talk about organizing another league among the rejected duns. There is also a desire to make the county league oqe of 12 clubs instead of B so that the applicants for membership will not be disappointed. Of course all this shows how popular the national Came is in and about Pittsburg, although it may also show ...

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

r M Utjr T By Mr. Hills, "VTlio DecMeS tlieAldricli Tariff Bill HAS W BIGHT TO EXIST. Tne House Claims the Sole Eight by law to Do Such Work. ANOTHER TAEIPP BILL TUBNS UP, Mr. JIcMMin Has & Pocket Edition of the i illills Bill to Present THE MIKORITI TAKES TIME TO CONFER The House "Ways and Means Committee reported back the Senate Finance Commit tee's tariff substitute yesterday. In doing so they caused a sensation. They respect fully ask to return, the measure to the Senate, with the information, politely con veyed, that to the House alone, under the Constitution, belongs the right to formulate tariff bills. In reply to this the minority of the committee, Republicans, hare as yet nothing to say, being among those who were surprised. "Washington, February 15. Mr. Milk, of Texas, from the Committee on "Ways and Means, to-day reported back the Mills tariff bill with the Senate amendment, and by direction of the Speaker it was referred to the Committee of the "Whole. Mr. Mills also...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 February 1889

Jv" TEET ENTHUSIASTIC. County Constitutional Amendment ites Besolve, and Raise $5,000. A DAI OP EARNEST EXPRESSION, In Which One Speaker Wanted an Amlu lance for the Cowards. BOW THE WOEK WILL BE FORWAEDED That was a great convention of Allegheny county .Constitutional amendmentites yes terday. Its chief session in Lafayette Hall was the one in thetafternoon, whereat abont $5,000 in campaign contributions were real ized, resolutions were adopted, and the serv ices of au ambulance to remove the cowards were implored. The afternoon session was opened at 2 o'clock with prayer. Eev. Mr. Norcross was then called upon and made a short bnt happy address. He was glad to see the women present, as it was a most hopeful sign The present convention was but a starter for the giand movement, and they proposed to carry Allegheny county, not withstanding the tact that Pittsburg was in it. He said work was needed, and every body must put their shoulders to the wheel. He was particularly interested i...

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