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

tTFirnrrTBiii iTI r-rTpv; 5W"7SP'l-f npwfs? -- THE PITTSBUKG DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, BRUAUT 20, 1889. . -4 j. QUESTION OF BOODLE. Anywhere From One to Five Hun dred Guineas Paid for Each of THE ALLEGED FAEXELL LETTERS. One Man Was Kept Easy Discovering Them at So Much Ter Day. TOOK 3IE1I0KI OP A TIMES WITNESS. The Manajer Himself is Sharply Etlnked by the rrcsIJinj JrnJfe. The hearing before the Parnell Commis sion was resumed yesterday. Two of the Timet' witnesses were cross-examined by the attorneys of the Irish leader. Evasion was resorted to in order to avoid revealing im portant information. A statement of the money paid ior the published letters was secured. Parnell was present. Loxdox, February 19. It was a large and interested crowd which, attended the hearing before the Parnell Commission to day, for it was understood that Mr. Jlac i Donald, the manager of the Times, would be cross-examined by the legal advisers of the Irish leader. The witness had a very jor memory concerning...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 February 1889

THE PITTSBUEG DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1889. I f E Ml II Manager Phillips Tells "Why Young Baseball Players SHOULD NOT PLAYAT HOME J. A. Huggins Will Challenge Walters to a Rifle Match. ABOUT THE COUNT Y BALL LEAGUE. Jacob Schaefer Offers to Play Daly or Any body Else. GENERAL EPOrJIKG SEWS OF THE DAT Just as regular as each winter season comes there are strong complainings among local baseball admirers about the local club not giving young home players a chance. Time and time again it has been argued, ?ud is being argued by the complainers that Pitts burg has lost many good men because of neglecting promising home talent. Now that local players, that is young players coming into prominence, are more numerous than ever, the complaints above re ferred to are proportionately stronger. Those who have a strong desire to see home talent tested at home have some good reasons and arguments on their side.' Eat the officials of the local club have also a good case. During a convers...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 February 1889

!JA THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY; FEBRUARY 20, 1889! TJ I MILLERS COMBINING f I; In the Great Northwest to Hold Up the Price of Flour. MORE FIRMNESS NOTED HERE. p The Harness Leather Situation and Outlook - in This Section Keriewed. ' V OPIXIOXS OF A HOME MANUFACTURER OFFICE OF PITTSBURG DISPATCH. ) Tcesdav. February 19, 18S9. ) The local department of the Minneapolis Miner in its last issue is devoted almost ex clusively to pressing the idea of organiza tion and combination in holding np the price of flour. Organization is de clared to be the salvation of trade. AIMers of the Northwest are tenderly ex horted to join in the saving business, and it is claimed that a vast amount of missionary work has already been well done in this line, tbe good effects of which are seen in the improved tone of the markets. So good has been the effect of the combina tion to curtail output that the agreement to curtail for the balance of February and March by spring wheat millers is declared off...

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

8 THE PITTSBTJBGr DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1889. (V 4- J? J- I A PLEA FOE A MEM), mb. geeek's bepobt. Ben Brill Bess the Board of Pardons to Pardon William Coot. A CONVICT PLEADS FOR ANOTHER Whom lie Sturdily Claims Was Hore Sinned Ajrainst Than Sinning. IHE ETIL EFFECTS OF DIME KOYELS Exhibited In the Leadlc? Astray cf a Mm Who Was Hot Katurally Vicious. The fidelity often shown by criminals to fellow sufferers in crime is seen in another case. Ben Brill, the notorious, has written a letter to the Board of Pardons, asking for executive clemency for William Cook, con victed with him and now in the "Western Penitentiary for 13 years from 1883, for robbery. Brill makes an earnest plea for Cook, who, he claims, was led astray and is not naturally vicious or a criminal. I SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISrATCH.i Haeeisburg, February 19. The notor ious Ben Brill, who, with William Cook, was sentenced in 1SS3 to the Western peni tentiary for 13 years for a series ol robber ies, has wri...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 February 1889

PWppHW Story. Uivcr." JOAQUIN MILLER'S Ibsuc patch, it will be fol followed by a powerful nn p1i?ri 5Vi tha turn ..w . .,.... .. of Maurice entitled "ino Luy ot Rocbqn." FORTY-FOURTH YEAR. 1 BITTER PI Silently Swallowed by the Third Party Prohibitionists of This State, AMENDMENTPEOPLEHAPPY And the Leaders Confident of a.Tictory Over Bed Eye in June. A LIQUOE 3IAFS LETTEE That is Expected to Prove a Boom erang in the Allegheny County Campaign. DISTILLERS MAT TTJM TAMERS. A Test Tote on the Question That Sides Can Study With Interest Just Now, Both NEW LAWS TO PRETEXT FKAUD Interesting gossip is floating about Harris burg in the wake of the Amendment folk. The Third Party people make wry faces over the dose they were forced to take, but are not kicking outoud. The other prohibition factions are'sanguine, and active workers claim the State. A table appended, show ing the test vote of 1851, can be analyzed with interest by temperance and liquor peo ple alike. The checks on fraud at the ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 February 1889

THE' PITTSBTJE& DISPATCH, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1889. ft III BETWEEN FIRES. The Legislative Appropriation Committee in Town, and THE PEOOABD (MOTES. Harrisburg Honorabes Deny They Are Here to Investigate, -BUT TflEI WILL AWAIT THE ISSUE. The Board of Inspectors Adjourn Without Giving a Decision. MAEAESEEE'SFATE DECIDED TO-NIGHT The long expected, and perhaps to some people, lone threatened legislative visit is being made here, and queerly enough, the solemn body of honorables descended upon this devoted city the same evening the Prison Inspection Board met and wrestled with the Maharneke problem. The gentlemen registered at the Anderson ' are Messrs. Thompson, Billingsley. Bald win, Fow and Marshall, representing a sub committee af the State Appropriation Com xaittee. The gentlemen were found in their rooms last night, and Mr. Thompson, Chairman, and for the nonce, spokesman of the party, said they were here solely ior the purpose of examining and reporting on the affairs of th...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 February 1889

KIT ' T ' " 1 Kf THE- PITTSBURG -DISPATCH, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21,. 1889. At " '4 SIGNIFICANT CALL - Catholic Total Abstinence Society at Work for Prohibition. A' GREAT CONVENTION TO BE HELD. Yery Eev. Father Garrigan to le Hexe and Aid in the Work. CHANCE POE DIFFERENCE IN TIEWS Eev. Reges F. Canevin, President of the Diocesan Union of the National Catholic Total Abstinence Society, has issued a cir cular calling a convention of all the local societies in the Pittsburg diocese, to be held in Lafayette Hall March 12. The convention will be attended by about 120 delegates. There are 40 societies in the diocese, and each one will be entitled to three representatives. Included in the busi ness to be transacted will be the election of delegates to the national annual conven tion of the union, to be held at Cleveland in August next. The annual reports of Presi dent Canevin and other officers will be read, the work done by the different so cieties during the past year will be re viewed, .a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 February 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, THtFBSDAY, IFEBRTJABY 21, 1889. s ! t K f t; it lije BiMtcfr, ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1848. VoL 44, So. 14. Entered ai Pittsburg Post office, November M, 1SS7, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. Hews Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street This paper bnvlns more thnn Double tho circulation oTnny other In t bo State ontslde of Philadelphia, Its advantages as an ndver Using medium vrftl bo apparent. TERMS OK THE DISPATCH. rOSTAGE FREE IN THE UNITES) STATES. DAILY DlSrATCn, One Year. 8 00 DAILY DisrATCii, l'er Quarter 100 Datly DiErATCB. One Month 'u Daily DlsrATCU, Including Sunday, one year 10 00 DAILY DisrATCH. Including Sunday, per Quarter 150 DAILY DISPATCH, Including fcunday. one month. 90 Sunday Dispatch, one year t60 Weekly DisrATCH, one year 125 Ills Daily Dispatch is delivered by carriers at IS cents per week, orincludlngtheSunday edition, at 20 cents per week. PITTSBURG, THURSDAY, FEB. 21, 1889. THE GERMAN ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 February 1889

9 .it is ERIE, CHANGE JUGS! Will Be the Railroad Brake man's Cheerful Cheep if the Amendment Passes. AN INTER-STATE JUG LINE Is a Commercial Possibility of Pro hibition in Pennsylvania. THE DEATH-BLOW TO SUMMER CAMPS. Erie County Terr Doubtful on tho Amend ment Exposed to Liquor binuffRlers From ?ew York, Ohio nnd Canada Juc Litne Projectors Busy Growers of Bar ley nnd Grapes Affected by Prohibition Large Crops Rained Democrats Want Kevcnse on the Liquor Men The Pros pective Sufferings of Cnmpcrs-Onu Erie county -nill be very close and doubt ful in the Constitutional amendment light. Its exposure to liquor smuggling on all sides Is explained by our Special Commis sioner, rho also gives interesting facts about her immense crops of barley and grapes. rFEOM OUE sixcial commissioner.) Erie, February 20. An inter-State jug line, with a stop-over at Erie city for a change of jugs, is one of the encouraging commercial possibilities of prohibition in Pennsylvania. Some person1! here who dou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 February 1889

KM '6 I KHOTTYPROBLEM.' Lawyers Try to Solve What tlie National League Is. )ECKEK'S CASE APUZZLEE. anager Phillips Says the League is a Myth. SOME SENSATIONAL QUESTIONS. I Mitchell, .the Ball Player, TVrongly Ar rested for Bobbery. GENERAL SPOETIKG NEWS OP THE DAI The question of "WhaTis the National Baseball League?" caused considerable forensic eloquence and argument yesterday in Common Pleas Court No. 1. The query, which at first sight appears easy to answer, puzzled all the limbs of the law who essayed to solve it and probably the solu tionis now surrounded with more 'mystery than it ever was. The problem was the main leature of the Decker case, well known to all baseball patrons, air. Decker, it will be remembered, was a League 'umpire during the early part of last season. He was discharged by President Young and conse quently sued the National League for the bal ance of his salary for the year. Through his attorney, Mr. John D. "Watson, writs were served on John L Rogers and P...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 February 1889

Sit - it LITE STOCK KEYIEW. A Weary Enn of Cattle and Sheep at Liberty Stock lards. MARKETS STILL U BUYER'S FAVOR Lisht Eeceipts of Hogs and Prices Belter Than Last Week. HEAYI WEIGRf HOGS THE SLOWEST Office of Pittsburg Dispatch. Wednesday, February 20, 1S89. J The run of local cattle on Monday was S5 cars, an excess of 20 loads over the previous Monday. Since the beginning of the week 6 to 8 cars have been added to the supplies. In the receipts were 10 loads of good ship ping stock, though not extra, weighing 1,400 to 1,500 pounds. The bulk of the supplies were fair to coed butcher stock. About 40 loads were from Ohio, the balance from Chicago. The best price realized was 4Jc, which 'was for a very line bunch weighing about 1,250 pounds each. The general range of prices was 34c to SJc, with anything above this as exceptional. Heavyweight and high-priced cattle are not in demand. Butchers scare at anything above 4c, claiming that tbey cannot compete with dressed beef above this fic...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 February 1889

8' THE PITTSBUEG DISPATCH, THURSDAY, ' FEBRUARY 21, 1889. FOTJfi BRIGHT STAES Added to tho Glittering Diadem of the Nation by the Admission of A QUARTETTE OP NEW STATES forth Dakota, South Dakota, Montana and Washington Are BEAETILI WELCOMED INTO JTHE UKION. I He Conference Ecport on the Territorial Sill Adopted f ' ly Congress. The National flag is to become more brilliant by the addition of four new stars Korth Dakota, South Dakota, Montana and Vashincton making 42 in all. Both branches of Congress have adopted the con ference report on the Territorial bill pro viding for the admission of these new States into the Union. Washikgtox, February 20. Congress to-day passed the bill for the admission to the Union of the States of Xorth Dakota, Bonth Dakota, Montana aud Washington. t The subject was brought up in the House ty Mr. Springer, of Illinois, who presented the conference report on the Territorial bill. The bill, as agreed to in conference, pro- Tides for tho admission of the St...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 February 1889

KS1 Story. "The Burled Kivcr," -will be con cludeain next Sunday's Usne of The 1)is- JOAQUIR MILLER'S r atcit. It will be 101 follow ed b a powerful no olette from tlio v"' of Maurice Thompson, entitled "liio Lily of Kochon FORTY-POURTH YEAB- j. i Dr. Maharneke's Little Round Caput Rolls Into the Waste Basket. HE WAS FIRED LAST NIGHT By the Prison Investigating Board, Who Finally ; Ascertain HE DID SWEAE A LITTLE BIT Though Found Kot Guilty of Aiding to Escape, and of Cruelty, AXD GAIXS THE DOUBT OX BRIBERY The Legislators Tisit the Ten and Com pliment Warden Wright, hut They Say the 6ENATB SHOULD HATE INVESTIGATED Dr. B. B. Maharneke has been discharged from the position of hospital steward of the penitentiary. He is acquitted of aiding in escape, acquitted of cruelty, given the bene fit of the doubt in the bribery charges, and convicted only of profanity. The Legis lators say the board should not have tried the man, but a Legislative trial should have been made. The long drawn out...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 February 1889

"' THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY ' '22, 1889. I 10 DKorrai May bo Unseated Irom Sis Monopolistic Throne. THE FINER EAMIE PIAKT Taken in Hands by Pittsburg Capi talists, Who Propose to CHECK CHIKESE COMPETITION. LOD" Sought Machinery Found1, and the Tremendous Venture FIXALLT LAUNCHED IN THIS CITI Preparations are at the present being per fected looking to the establishment of an industry in this country which promises to soon become second to none in the textile fiber culture, except that of cotton culture. Many will recollect that a couple of years ago, the question of the culture and manu facture of the ramie plant was discussed at a meeting of the Chamber of Commerce, find that a number of well known citizens, prominently identified with trade and manufacture, became interested. The mat ter was talked of for some time, but finally died out, as it seemed, and nothing more was heard of it except that the people men tioned had formed a company. That project .has taken def...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 February 1889

, THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, PPJ33AY, FEBRUARY 22, 1889. i-g?z: MERE MONEY TALKS. iWealthy Men Argue With the Ways - and Heans Committee Against A-BTATE TAX ON COKrORATIONS. i Harry direr Suggests That Monopolies Should he Taxed. A SERIOUS BLOW TO CO-OPURATIOX. i Pennsylvania a Blind Giant. Bound Down by Marty D.fficnlties. A number of prominent Pittsburg manu facturers entered their rjrotest yesterday against the provision of the proposed reve nue bill taxing manufacturing corporations. H. "W. Oliver, Jr., suggested that railroad, light and fuel monopolies should be. taxed by the State, and held that the measure in controversy was a direct blow to co-operation between employers and employes. 4 rrnoM a staff connEsroxDEXT.: Harmsbubg, February 21. H. W. Oliver, Jr., who came over from Pittsburg this morning to labor with the "Ways and Means Committee of the House, sees politi cal consequences which the members of the .Legislature ought to keep before their eyes along side the economic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 February 1889

u w I i . I1" file Bipfit. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY S. 1S10. Vol 41, No. 15.-nntcred t Pittsburg Post- oilce, IsovcmbcrH. 1SS7. as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and99 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. This paper hnrins more than Double the circulation or any other in Ilio Stato outside of Philadelphia, its ndtnntnscs o an adver tising medium will bo nppnrcnt. TEK3IS OF THE DISl'ATCH. rosTAcr. rnrx nc tiie exited states. DAILY MsrATCIt, One Year ? 800 Daily DisrATCH, l'cr Quarter Daily IJiepatcii. OncMonth ,u Daily DisrATCII, Including Sunday, one jear . DAILY DisrATCII, including bunday, pet quarter IM Daily dispatch, including fcunday. ono month. 2 ECxday DisrATCII, one year. - 150 Weekly DisrATCn, one j car 15 Tue Daily DisrATCII Is delivered by carriers at 15 cents per week, or including the bundaj edition, at 20 cents per week. pittsbdrgTkriday, FER 22, issa. DB. MAHAENEKFS BEMOVAL. The Board of Trison Inspectors decided last night ...

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

THE PITTSBTJJRQ- DISPATCH, !E!RIDAY, PEBRUART 22, 1889. if TO FOOL MATT QUAY And to Get Even With the Liquor Men, Crawford County Democrats Propose to VOTE FOR THE AMENDMENT Beaver, Butler, Crawford, Lawrence and Mercer Counties Are All IX USE TO FIGHT FOR PROHIBITION. The Western Border Nearly Solid Tor tbe Amendment Brinetng Out tbo Farm Vole Effect of the Supreme Court De cision on the Municipal Act Making Votes for Prohibition Bnller County Soap Miners Unite lor Temperance Kegardlcs of Tarty Politics Guessing at tbe Votes of Three Distinguished Men. The western border is solid for Constitu tional amendment, wi'h the exception of Irie county. Our special commissioner continued his researches through Crawford, Mercer, Lawrence, Butler and Beaver counties. They will each give majorities of from 1,000 to 2,500 for prohibition. The effect of the fall of the municipal classifica tion act on the temperance agitation is pointed out in one of the interviews. FEOII OCE ErXCIAL COMMISSIONE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 February 1889

T3? THE PITTSBURG - DISPATCH, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1889. i r I DEFIES THE WORLD J. A. Hnggins Says That 12 American Rifle Shooters WILL TACKLE AM OTHER 12 Frisco Opinions About tho Gaudaur O'Coiinor Boat Eace. BASEBALL KEWS OF INTEREST. Popular Talk as to What League Is. the National GENERAL SPORTING NEWS OF TEE DAI Undoubtedly shooting that is, target and wins shooting is more popular to-day than it ever was in Pittsburg. There are more shooters of a classical type than were ever here, and their enthusiasm is more intense in their sport than it was ever known to be in Pittsburg. There are not only more shooters, but there are really wore admirers of shooting in any of its branches. To prove this one only need refer to the prosper ous clubs that are springing up all round the neighborhood. This new enthusiasm has certainly created a rivalry that did not exist formerly among shooters hereabouts. As a result challenges, public and private, are numerous. To-morrow the Herron Gun Club w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 February 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, "FRIDAY; FEBRUARY 22", 1889. s? LOCAL LITE STOCK. Leading Features of the Week's Trade at Central Yards. SITUATION AKD OUTLOOK SO GOOD. Hojs Join "n'ith Cattle and Sheep in the Downward Drift. TIXXESSEE SENDS BACON KOETH Office of Pittsburg Dispatch. THURSDAY. February 21, 1SS9. As will be seen by the accompanying report, local cattle receipts this week were 220 head above last week. For the two weeks previous to last, local cattle supplies varied scarcely any in number from this week's record. Truth demands the statement that the markets are in a demoralized condition. It is' hard to rind anything encouraging in the situ ation or outlook. The vcekl statement sent out by a leading stock firm to customers begins: -".Markets are demoralized, cattle are 15 to Mc lower: we have no comments to make. Sheep are dull and heavy, with uo good prospects lor trade." One stockman was found at the Liberty jards who picked up a lew crumbs of comfort from the fact that marke...

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

Jf THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, FKIDAY, FEBKUAEY 22, 1889. r Hi i BUSINESS NO BETTER. The Latest Commercial Reports fie ceived by Bradstreet's Are KOT OP AN ENCOURAGING NATUEE. Iron Still Continues to be in Depressed State. , Decidedly SPECULATION IS ALSO IN A BAD WAY, is a Ecsult of tbe Failnrts of tie Eailroad ITtsi denls' Agreement. Eeports to Bradstreet's show no general improvement in trade. Lack of orders and Southern competition are affecting the iron business. "Wheat is being bought largely, but the exports are small. The failure of the railroad agreement has caused a drop in speculative matters. A few lines of goods are more active. tSFECIAL TEIXGKJOI TO ME SISrATCU. New Yoek, February 21. Special tele grams to Bradstreet's are not, on Jhc whole, indicative of a general improvement in business throughout tbe country. At New York, St Louis, Chicago, St. Paul and Boston fhere has been relatively most im provement, in seasonable staples only. At Philadelphia gains are noted in a f...

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