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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 February 1889

F3 PITTSBUKG' "DISPTOH.V- 'TUESDAY, FEBRUARYS 26, TS THE il889.1 s i If .r -V LrR ptaL OF FINE FUN. "" Tt Lots of Possibilities in the Closing Scenes of This Congress. - FILIBUSTERING TO THE YERY LAST. . i The Eepublicans Forced 10 lAdopt the Tac-, tics of Their Opponents. CASS1DS M. CLAY AGAIN IN T50NGKESS. Frtsident Clereland dyes Another Turn or Two to the Veto Mill The closing scenes of the Fiftieth Con gress, in the House at least, promise to be full of fun, if not of disorder. Democrats and Benublicans alike haTe reasons for fili bustering, and that they are doing to the Queen's" taste. The Cowles internal revenue bill jthus stands little show for passage. President Cleveland continues to send in pension vetoes to the end of his administra tion. r- ISrECIAL TELEGEAil TO TITJt EISrATCIM fWASHnrGTON, February 25. All day there -was nothing but filibustering in the , House of Kepresentatlves, thus ushering In with wholesale obstruction the last week of the Fiftieth Congress. In t...

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

ftlM FOR FLORIDA Manager Ed Swaxtwood Re solves to Try a Venture DOWNINTHESUNNYSOTJTH Detroit Will Have a Guaranteed $10, 000 Trotting Stake. 50SSIP ABOUT OUR BALL PLATERS, The Shooting League "Will HaTe a Con test Here. jGEXEBAL SPOBTKG KEWS OP THE DAT Practical and really experienced baseball players are seldom -without their winter plans and schemes in connection with them selves and the national game. Amid all the intentions, declared and not declared, of Eastern and Western managers, Ed Swart wood, manager of the Hamiltons, has de vised a scheme which may turn out to be a cood one. He has resolved to organize a team at once and proceed to Florida for lour or five weeks, if he can obtain sufficient guarantees from the baseball enthusiasts in that sunny and orange growtnc clime. The Hamilton manager stated his intentions yester day as follows: " "Daring the last few days I have been seri ously thinking of taking a team to Florida to play exhibition games against the Philadel phia...

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

. ' "t y JifCAL LIYE STOCK Leading Features of Trade for the Weet at Herr's Island. SHEEP SUPPLY BELOW DEMANDS.! Bun cf Cattle antLHogs Heavy, ands Old Prices ilaintained. FACTS AS TO HIDES AND CALF SK1KS Office or PnTsmnto Dispatch,! Monday, February 25, 1SS9. f Beceipts of cattle at "Herr's Island -were 30 carloads against 31 last week. All were from Chicago. About one-third ot those re ceived were consigned to Zeigler and Ger son. The balance were divided between 11: en stein Ackerman. Andy Frohm, Eli Katz and L. RoUichild, There were about three loads of cattle, weighing 1.600 pounds. The balance ranee from 1,100 to 1,400 pounds. No more than a carload went below 1,000 in weight. The jrrade ot cattle In this week's supplies was higher than for some weeks past. Markets varied very little from a week ago. Some dealers re port a drop and weaker markets. But from the best information that could be had in talks with dealers this week's record is a fair stand off to last The lowest pr...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 February 1889

THE OLDJUG LAW Recalled by Andrew G. Curtin, - the War Governor, Who i Says That the GREAT ISSUE IS IN DOUBT. Blur, Center and Clearfield Comities Claimed for Prohibition. PAEMEES WILL TOTE FOE HAED CIDEB. The Geographical Center of the State Home of Ttro Governor Use of Money in Political Campaigns What Are Le gitimate Expenditures t Accomplished Coal Miners The Thirsty Finns' DI. lemma Alloona's Position on the Amend ment Railroad Employes Divided In Sentiment A Straw Vote "Railroad Cor porations Taking No Hand In the Fight. Our staff correspondent finds that the counties of Blair, Center and Clearfield are claimed by the Prohibitionists by vari ously estimated majorities. Ex-Governor Curtin is interviewed on the subject, but de clines to express a decided opinion, except that he thinks the issue is in doubt There is a probability that if the amendment is interpreted to exclude the manufacture and sale of cider, the farmers will vote against it rrsou oub sracui. couxissioras. - Be...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 February 1889

HH sHef ...,, t -r r Ttrr One of the series of is ,-m WMWB' THP A striking story otpU , .mJJt ' am. A. A r KW "H r jr V ' THB surance office ro- JM A striking ratical days In the Gulf of Mexico, by MAURICE THOMPSON, will be commenced in NEXT 8UNTJAT'8 issue of "The Dis patch. Read the opening chapter?. ROCHON, FORTY-POimTH YEAH. II TBIP OH. General Harrison and Party Reach Washington Without Serious Accident lONE LITTLE BREAK-DOWN Almost the Only Thing to Destroy the Monotony of the Jonrney EB03I PITTSBURG EAST. i Very Few Stops at Stations Where Were Always large and Ifoisy Crowds. fA SHOET SPEECH AT HABRISBUBG. -SeveralThousand People Sadly Disappoint ed at the Main Depot in the Capital City. BLAINE ALMOST THE FIRST CILLER General Harrison has reached Washing ton, ready for inauguration on Monday as President of the United States. The trip from Pittsburg to Washington was almost without incident Atone point tile engine and baggage car separated from the rest of the train, but no d...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 February 1889

', v ; B 2T ABlCF,e,R.GHANCE Shops andEoundliouses to be Taken Prom the City ACT LOCATED AT WALLS. Over 300 Acres of Reclaimed land Used as Transfer Yards, THOUSANDS OF WORKMEN WILL GO. A Stupendous Contract, Kept Secret Months, Out at Last. for MILLIONS 1$ IT AND WALLS BOOMING The tremendous changes now being made at Walls' station by the Pennsylvania Rail road hare, so far, been covered by that most accommodating phrase "improvements, only improvements;" but yesterday the se cret leaked out Like the gentleman who called a big trust an "agreement," so these Pennsylva nia Railroad improvements have covered a multitude of sins, not sinful on account of any wrong doing, but sinful on account of its 6ecrecy. Enough was learned yesterday afternoon to show that the changes at Walls should be looked into, and they were looked into with this result. The P. K. R. freight yards of the city, the roundhouses, and even the East Liberty stockyards are to be moved from the city limits and located...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 February 1889

THEBiEMENBAEEED From the A. 0. U. W., According to a ' Eesolution Before That Order. A -KEW BUILDIKG IN PITISBDEG, With Many Signs of Promised Prosperity Greater Than the Present THE GRAND LODGE BErOETS BOASKED The Grand Lodge of the Ancient Order of United TiVorfcmen in Lafayette Hall, which bids fair to hold some very interesting ses sessions, began business yesterday. It is a benevolent and fraternal order, having a very large and cosmopolitan membership. As indicated to the delegates yesterday, Grand Master "Workman Curtis is delighted with the growth of the order, and the dis tribution of literature and lodge .stationery. He said that the offices of the Grand Record er, which are on Third avenue, opposite the new postoffice, were of insufficient accommodations, and the protection against fire was poor. He advised the lodge either to get a new lease of the building, with the privilege to remodel it and construct vaults, or else purchase the building and erect a new building of t...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 February 1889

rsaERS Zpgrr ttgffgi i K y f r,dt.i rtf ppiCJJ. !J0 M ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 5, 1S46. Vol. 44, Io. 20. Entered at Pittsburg Post office, oveinberH, 1887, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average circulation of the daily edition of The Dispatch for six months ending Febru nryl.lSSO, 27,946 Copies per Issue. Average circulation of the Sunday edition of The Dispatch for February. 1SS9, 45,144 Copies per issue. TEEMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOSTAGE TREE IN THE nOTED STATES. DAILY DisrATCH, One Tear. I 8 00 DAILY DISPATCH, Per Quarter 200 Daily Dispatch, Oncilonth " Daily Dispatch, Including bunday, one year K Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter IS0 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month. M Epsday Dispatch, oneyear. -.. 150 Weekly Dispatch, one year 125 THE Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at IS cents per week, or including the Sunday edition, at 20 cents per week. PITTSBURG, WEDNESDA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 February 1889

mm r-;-w'--fww. Mt THE PITTSBTTKGr DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, HSBRTJART 27, L889. TJlUSTIC AND CEISP. In Speaker Carlisle's Absence From the House His Colleagues HUSH IN A BODT TO HIS DEFENSE. King Bob Kennedy, of Ohio, Eouses a Kest of Hornets About His Ears. HEIHPUG5STHE SPAEE'S HOKESTI. Mr. Eoneis Appears as a Tiring Witness of Democratic Fairness. A bitter and acrimonious debate on party lines was precipitated in the House of Eep resentatires yesterday by Mr. Kennedy, of Ohio, referring to a speech of his made last July. In the coarse of his remarks Mr. Kennedy made an attack on Speaker Car lisle, which, in that gentleman's absence, several of his colleagues took it upon them selves to answer, in a vehement manner. "Washington, February 2G. The House to-day went into committee of the whole (Mr. Dockery, of Missouri, in the chair,) on the Indian appropriation bill. Mr. Kennedy, of Ohio, referred to a speech upon Southern elections made by him in July last. No answer to that speech had ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 February 1889

6 ' THE PITTSBTJBG. DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, ' FEBRUARY 27, ' 1889. s ' ' wm ,H TORECEIVETHE BOYS i Efforts to Have a Quiet and Harmless Reception FOE SPALDING'S TEAMS. President Kimick Expresses His Opinion on the Matter. --4 . ,' LANKON AND ASHTON MATCHED. The Australian Teams Will Wind Up on April 20. GENERAL SPOETIKG SEWS OP THE DAT As the American ball players get nearer home the talk of Riving them a "send-off" at each city they visit in this country be comes more general. A few weeks ago Pittsburg papers made public the idea of giving the boys a hearty reception when they return. After the scheme had been suggested New York and Philadelphia have practically indorsed it. The players are really to nave warm welcomes at the two places named. It had also been intended to arrange a "great welcome back" in this city, but a few days ago Mr. J. "V. Spalding wrote Mr. A. G. Pratt, ot this city, to the effect that President Al Spalding did not desire public demonstra tions in honor of the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 February 1889

' THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, JFEBRUART 27," 1889; f.-i iX -EEATUEES OF TRADE. Tiews of Jobbers as to the Situation of the Hardware Business. "MAEGIKS CLOSE, PROSPECT GOOD. if- How Manufacturers HaTe Expanded Beyond the Country's Wants. .? BULL AND BEAE TUSSLE OS WHEAT OFFICE OF PITTSBURG DISPATCH,! Tuesday. February 26, 18S9. J One of the leading hardware dealers of the city gave his views of the sitnation and outlook of his trade to-day, substantially as follows: "The hardware trade has under gonejgreat chances in recent years, and the whole tendency has been toward lower prices, and as a consequence closer margins of profit. There are good and sufficient reasons for this downward drift of prices which has brought so many of our Roods down to scarcely a living profit for manufacturers. In nearly every line business has been overdone. Tho prosperity of a few years ago led to expan sion beyond the country's needs. Manufact urers were not content to let well enough alone. "Whe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 February 1889

s?: :? ', sO rjrgjj - PITTSBURGr DISPATCH,' 'WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, "-1889. S" sr DAUPHIN IS CLOSE But She Will Probably Vote for Liquor at the Election Booked for June. HARRISBURG IS NOT WICKED Only Once Ever Two Tears, Ac cording to the Natives. SOME INTERESTING FIGURES G1TEN A Heavy Church Attendance and u Growing- Amendment Sentiment Views or Lenders on Both Side The Bailrond Freight End of the Ine Lebanon Solid Against Trohlbltlon Ferrr County on the Other Side of the Fence. It is not at all sore which way Dauphin county trill vote in the June election. That very fact is taken by Prohibitionists as a sort of a victory, because Danphin has heretofore been pronounced in her opposi tion to anti-liquor laws. More informa tion has been given our Special Commis sioner abont the effect the adoption of the amendment would have on railroad freight business. Lebanon county will vote against the amendment, and Perry county will give a majority for it. rrEOM ora srtciAi, comkisstoxxb.) Ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 February 1889

jmBBP thk i$F LILY A striking raUcal GnU of Mexico, by, Matteice Thoxpson, will be Commenced la NEXT SDNDAT'a issus of The Dis patch. Bead the opening chapters. tar. ROCHON, rORTY-rOURTH TEAR. ROCKY m fstretches Its Drear Vista Before Harrison, Who is.Even Crit icised Because She dodged the crowds, Popular Merest at Wash ington Centering in : : Mrs. Cleveland. ' 18 ED-HOT CABINET FIGHT Enges Around the President-Elect, , - While He Vainly Seeks to I ' Best at His Hotel. PEESIDENTAL DINflER PARTY , 'Given by the Eetiring Executive to His ' "? Successor to the Greatest Office In the World. .GEAPHIC DETAILS OP A BUST DAI Tbe Arlington Swarms With Caller John Sherman One of the Notables Ladies Caddie the Babies Campaign Mary In Clover Poor Llge Sized Up by News paper Row He Issues an Order That Pleases the Boys New Yorkcri Trying to Wipe Off Piatt and Miller's Names From Harrison's Cabinet Slate A Pleasant Prestdental Dinner Pointers for Office Seekers. Washington is to-day the vortex o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 February 1889

:i fSBS? " '"'" ' ' " ",:' " ' '" ' ' "' ' CTe PITTSBURG 'ilSPATOH,' THUBSDg TEBBUlBY ' UJ8, 1889. I I A i , . . . . . . ! ' ' ' ' I f BE IS RICHNESS Interviews With Pittsburg's Miners of Mexican Tin. SANGUINE FOR'THE STUFF. Dnrango Ore May Knock the Tin Plate Tariff Topic Ont. WEALTH OP ORMUS AND THE IKD To be Outdone at Less Than the Price o a Sons:, in Mexico, PALING THE GLOW OP MOXTEZUMA GOLD Mention has been made in The Dis patch of the Pittsburg and Mexican Tin Mining Company, bought out by Mr. J. Lt. "Williams, of Durango, Mexico, and Mr. George H. Thurston, of this city. Mr. "Williams is one of the original locators of the fan mine and largely interested in it and other mining enterprises, and Mr. Thurston is the Secretary of the company. FranKW. Smith, Esq., tells some inter esting facts in connection with the history of this mine and tin mining in general. He Etatei that one time Mr. Thurston was de puted to gather information on the subject of tin mines in Durango. The fi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 February 1889

tyKgcjaj .: Z-ttKrH. m jW : '.Kl m '. . r'-n m L.uwsr IHOSEAWJOL OATHS Kr, ITaharneke's Part Officially !l -Alluded, to byJ.B. Scott IWA LETTER TO THE STATE BOAED. HM"ir fm..i. Br.A IvnAnrr PrlcABBrc o "line .oionev i.-ai iasacu i"6 """" W' Matter of Ko Moment .ILECTEICITI PAINFUL, BUTHABMLESS. fHYesterday, Mr. James B. Scott, one of the local members of the State Board of Chari ties, made a report to that body on the re cent investigation at the "Weilern Peniten tiary. The board met at Harrisburg, when 4he following paper was submitted : PirrSBUKQ, February 22, 1S89.. Totbe Board of Public Charities: GentJ-eitej; Your members, resident in Alleg heny City, Pa, were recently apprised by the Board of Inspectors of the Riverside Prison of certain'charges preferred by Prisoner James McPhillamy against the hospital steward of the prison, B. B. Maharneke, and were specially requested to be present at the investigation to be made into the correctness of said charges. The investigation was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 February 1889

' "W$ h a1 ?1 15 k i 9jt $$a!4 .ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY $, 185, VoL , No. 2L Entered at llttsburg 1'otV- eface. November H 1SS7. as second-class matter. BtifilneBB Office 97 andgSFUth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House75i 77 And. 79 Diamond Street. Average circulation of the dally edition of The Dispatch for six months ending Febru ary 1.1SS9, 27,946 Copies per Issue. Average circulation of toe Sunday edition of The Dispatch for February, 1SS9, 45,144 Copies per issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rosTAcz tvxx. nr ihb totted states. DAILY DISPATCH. One Year. I 00 DATLT DisrATcn, Ter Quarter S8 Dailt Dispatch, OncMonth.... . Daily Dispatch, including Snnday, one year Daily dispatch, including Snnday, per quarter "SO Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month - "0 Euxdat Dispatch, oneyear. - 150 VJeekly dispatch, oneyear 125 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at 15 cents per week, or Including the Snnday edition, at SI cents per week. P1TTSBUBG, THURSDAY, FEB. 18, 1889. THE! HAV...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 February 1889

. t; 'A t-t? THE PITTSBUKtf DISPATCH, 'THURSDAY;' 'EEBETTABS? ' 28, 1889. '5 - Vj. mi l St' X W DEFIES THE BULL Chairman Andrews Seizes the Ram pant Animal by the Horns and DEMANDS A FULL INVESTIGATION. Pruning Appropriations for Charitable Institutions. a kecessitt foe siandal teaikins. A One-Hill Infertile Ualateauiee oT Veterans ana Their Dependents. Chairman Andrews refuses to rest under the imputation that be appropriated $15,000 which he trai to me to secure legislative rotes. He demands that the charge, or rumor, rather, be investigated, and a com mittee lias been appointed for that purpose. Itls a foregone conclusion that Mr. Andrews wui'De acquitted. FBOM X STAFF CORBESrOXDEXT.: -'-"'Haeeisbueo, February 27. Chairman Andrews, of the. Republican State Com uaittee, took Taurus by the horns this morn ling by requesting an investigation. Mr. jBrown, of Lawrence, had his resolution, as published in -The DisrATCU, all ready to "unload on the House yesterday, according to programm...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 February 1889

HM.HAVEll CLUBS, " .- f $raddockis Still in Allegheny Connty League. h NEW PLAN PEOPOSED ,To Admit the Oakland and Sewickley lC ni.u VllUUS STITCHER JOHN 'IENER EXPLODED. flarrj Walton Challenges Any of the Local Bantams. LGENEfiAL SPORTIKG NEWS OP THE DAT '.' .Public interest .in the Allegheny County league 'and local amateur ball playing generally is certainly largely on the in crease. Every person interested in the -league, and there are thousands, are full of curiosity to know what will be done at the R , league .meeting to-morrow evening. Prob i ably there is a great surpriFe in store, and it it may be that after all the league will be $ increased to ten clubs. Contrary to public & announcements, the Braddock club has not yet dropped from the list That club will J' be represented at to-morrow night's meet ' ing. This fact will doubtless surprise X many people, particularly those who arefigur W Ing on Securing Braddock's place. S That matters are somewhat complicated in the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 February 1889

tilT ON THE HOOF. Light Eun of-Cattle at East Lib erty Prices Advancedi iHIO CATTLE MEN DISGRFKTLED. Iariets for Sheep and Laa-tis Active at Higher Picrres. HOG SUPPLIES JWT UP TO DEMAXD OrFlCT OF PlTTBBtmO DISPATCH,) Wednesday. February 27, 1SS9. J The run of cattle this week has been about 20 carloads less than last -week. The total for Monday was 67 loads with very few since. In .the. receipts this week were 25 toads cf good Ohio cattle ranging from 1,400 to 1.W0 pounds. One load of extra premium cattle weighing 1,700 were sold to an East End batcher at $4 65. Some four or fire loads, weighing 1,403 to 1,500, were bought for New Yorfc parties at prices ranging from S3TS to M0S. A few bunches from 1,000 to 1,300 pounds were sold at prices ranging from S3 25 to S$ 73. There were no low grade cattle in this week's supplies. At the beginning of tno week markets were steady, with prices a shade higher than last s-eek on some light grades. Tuesday showed an advance of 5 to 10c on good ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 February 1889

Jv X iOUEf 15tf OlmJLSED m - k fBy.Iiaiigb.ter at the Credulous Tale -1 of Bunkoed Mr. Murdoch. J A RLNGING BEBUEE TO AIDEEMEN. f lHaX Investigation of Dimmer's Jurors Blows a Strong Breath. tTHE HAZLETT ESTATE IS ESCHEAT " The trlml o. Mt suit of Dr. W. L. Penney against William Murdoch, Q. P. Perkins, E. B. Todd nd S. P. Anderson for $20,000 for false arrest and imprisonment proceeded yesterday before Judpe Stowe. The plaintiff showed by Alderman Cassidy that he was arrested on an information made before the Alderman against Colville et 3l, To this Judge Stowe remarked: "They had no more right to arrest Dr. Penney under that information than they had to arrest jne. "We have been trying to teach some people for a long time how to conduct cases, but it seems th'r will never learn until some of these days they will find themselves in a nice fix." The plaintiff closed his case and the de fense, in opening, claimed that the informa tion was made upon what seemed to be probable cause, a...

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