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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 March 1889

era BBTTM ,H Kff '---- wmr$r'-rr "rir-r?!!! T ANY ONE CAN MAKE "Who has a good article to seU,and wbo adver. tises vigorously and liberally. Advertising is truly the life of trade. All enterprising and judicious advertisers succeed. fortt-potjuth tear. TBE The Governor Admits the Neces sity of Raising' Funds, i but Disowns the GENERAL REVENUE BILL In Fact, Says He, He Knows Nothing Particularly About It, HE G1YES THE AMENDMENT A BOOM. An Emphatic Denis! From Governor Bearer of llie Gossip About His Holding Whip Over tbe Legislature Bon. Henry Hall Describes the 3Iennre In Question How it Affects Natural Gas Companies Koch Corporations na Fei manent n Any Others And! tor General McCamant Also Talks Abont tbe Bill Possibilltr ot tbe Supreme Court Reversing Itself. GovernorBeaver, inaninterviewwithTHE Dispatch correspondent, says he is not re sponsible for the authorship of the general revenne bill. He admits having read the first draft of the measure and making some suggestions in the...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 March 1889

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Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 March 1889

ism "(&-. v i rf,sc S, -T ALABAMA YOUNG MEN "'Who Eepresent tbe Sew South Spirit and Its White Chivalry, ;? ELL HOW THET FIX THE KEGEOES "Black Help Must Work on All Election Dajs, or Be Discharged. THE PEOBLEM THAT DIXIE DISLIKES The Jefferson Volunteers, of Birmingham, Ala., paid Pittshurg a "visit yesterday to see the iron mills. They are the only organized body from the South that 'attended the in auguration. The company consists or40 in number, all protection Democrats, tinder the command of Captain Clark. The ma jority of them are the well-heeled sons of Southern planters. They left last evening for Cincinnati, after paying Pittsburg some fine compliments. "We came North," said J. T. Terry, Jr., a bright .young fellow, "to show the people np here that we bear no animosity against them or the Govorment. Some of the local politicians at home censured us; but the South ern people proper indorsed our course. We are all young voters, averaging In age about 24. Randall is our le...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 March 1889

' 7 i(F i a-?5 Sil r'.W. .?-' ,jr "vSS "a ft" . t i a- - J -"p to 1 l's VV-r "&"J ?r i. Wfje BMEcft. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1846. Vol. 44, No. S3. Enteral at Pittsburg Postofflce, November 14, 18ST, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 09 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average circnlatlon of the daily edition of The Dispatch for six months ending March 1.1SS9, 27,988 Copies per Issue. Average circnlatlon of the Sunday edition of The Dispatch for February, 1SS9, 45,144 Copies per issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FKEE IX TOE UNITEn STATES- DAILY DISF ATCn. One Year $ 8 00 Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter 2 00 Daily Dispatch, One Month TO Daily Dispatch. Including feunday, one .year 10 00 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter 250 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month 90 BCNPAT DlsrATCH, oneyear 2 50 "Weekly Dispatch, one year. l 23 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at IS cents per week, or Inclndlng the...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 March 1889

img 12S&1 raspwvr - 4$ '.' " VK S ,. ' . vr.--r. ;" j-t".s :iY' ' " S rw THE PITTSBURG- - DISPATCH,' TUESDAY, MARCH. 12, - 1889. . ,fcs,3J?3JW8HHHSKW"5 iX fjrf.i' f-. ? m"''T JPP".'.TM.piiTrBfW!sfrsemmmryWsr -aa1 .-y --!f7 "r AflOTEER BAIL ROUTE The Valley and Alliance, Lake Erie and Southern to be Combined. CARNEGIE- ALLEGED TO BE IN IT. Bold Masked Burglars Bind and Bob a Franklin Family. ALL THE NEWS FROM XEAR-BT TOWKS IBFECIAl TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH! CASTON, March 11. The Valley Bail wav, SO miles from Cleveland, through Akron to Canton, then South to Valley Junction, where it connects with the Mari etta road for the Ohio river, has been sold, or at least a controlling interest has been sold to Xew York capitalists reprei&nting 57,000,000, and it is thought are associated with Andrew Carnegie. The sale of the controlling interest is cer tain, and there is semi-authoritative informa tion IrrJm rittsDurc; that Carnegie will utilize the Alliance, Lake Erie and Southern ro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 March 1889

Kitl Jffe 1. .CT " SPI. V j- ( r- -- S", Ts.if sr rnzih S-, 1. " '"- a 1 ' n nW -- THE PITTSBUltG- DISPATOH, TUESDAY, -MARCH' 12,' r ' iff. J." ''.-? jLOoy. j .. V. it' T HEY MOST BE GOOD Propositions Submitted by Phillips to Dimlap to. KEEP THE BOYS IN LINE. Arrangements for the Reception of Spalding's Teams at New York. ALLEGHENY GUN CLUB ORGANIZED. drain Says Sullivan Drinks to Avpid a Pight GENERAL SPOETBG EWS OP THE DAT Fred Dunlan, captain of the local team, lias bad submitted to him a series of propo sitions by Manager Phillips, relative to the discipline of the team. Testerday the man ager received a letter from Dunlap stating -that he will consider them with much pleas Tire, as he is extremely anxious to have all the players conduct themselves in the best possible manner both on and off the field. Manager Phillips refused to say what the propositions are, bat remarked: "ily idea is that both captain and manager who want players to do njjht, morally and otherwise, must get t...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 March 1889

W W' MEAT ON THE HOOF. The Week's Transactions in Live Stock at Herr's Island. CATTLE MARKETS ARE UNCHAKGED A "Light Ban of Sheep. Iambs and Hogs, and Supply FALLS BELOW DEMANDS OF TEADB Office of Pittsburg Dispatch,! Monday. Mrcn 11, issa. i Beceipts of cattle at Herr's Island were 31 loads. The demands of trade seem to re quire about this number every week. Air the receipts this week were from Chicago. Fifteen car loads were consigned to Zeigler & Gersoni The other 16 loads were con signed, L, Rotchild, Lisensteln & Ackerman, Andy Frohm and Eli Katz. The grade of. cattle this week fell below the average in quality. "There were more scrubby steers than usual in the supplies, and very few prime stock. The large majority of those received were un der 1,400 pounds in weight A number of loads v ere troruBOO to 1,000 pounds and not very in-. iting. VZ. IA The tendency has been stronc for some weeks past both at East Liberty and Herrls I jaiuo vw jiuau iuh iuuu silt, wn uj ....,....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 March 1889

f 't'l ' . , i -xf vy"tw-p ss M" -i-S ? ",WH vssnm , -"JKy 1 Aj? 15s? f " S1T ' r4 ,- -Jir V -' THE 1 PITTSBURG- DISPATOH& -TUESDAY, ' "MAKCS "r12j- .1889. " T. - V r ETTA'S TW LOVERS. She Was Eefnsed Permission to Marry Her Choice and Forced to WED AT THE POINT OP A PISTOL. She Males Her Escape, and a Divorce is the ProoaMe Outcome. HER HUSBAXD TELLS ANOTHER" STOEY, From Which It Would Seem That He h a Very Mnch 4 Abused IndiTidiul A real romantic tale came from the north- r tsrn part o't the State. Etta Cole and Prank Stadler became encased, but the girl's parents refused the necessary permission. a Subsequently she married John Morion, of Erie, under the stimulus of powerful threats, according .to her story. Etta has left Morton, and now only needs a. divorce .to wed her first love. ' rSPECIAL TEMUBAK TO TOE DISPATCH.! Hill Creek, March 11. Frank Stad ler.'aged 21, fell in love a year ago with Etta, the pretty and vivacious daughter of Preton Cole, of Meadville. Etta also fel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 March 1889

3wKssiii r.":":. "z" IPfHflEiiDiD KSshMku tCSs vigorously and liberally. Advertising is truly the life of trade. All enterprising 'and judicious advertisers succeed. fiiarirfed' bvlad Tertistnsr. ffli L --t-j - mtuiUffl: w.aiu "m -C fc n PATCH. if mm ar FORTYtPOUBTH year THEAND IS PLAYING And There's Lively Music in the Air Over the- General Revenue Bill. LONG, EARNEST DEBATE, Ending in the Adoption of Several . Important Provisions. HENRI HALL AS THE MODERN SHILOCK. TheConstitatlonallty of Some of the Amend Virata In Question The Advantages of Manufactories BeRTer Falls nnd Its Prosperity Some Immense Profits In Corporations Tho Dangerous Competi tion of the feionlb No Disposition to Favor Natural Gas Compnnio Fear of , a 3-3II1I Tix Keeping: Oor, if Not Drtiing Ont, Manufacturers The Agony Not Yet Over. A long session of the House yesterday failed to completejne second reading of, the general revenue bilL The twenty-second session was .completed and a rote taken on the last amendm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 March 1889

-Al M. P. 01 PARRELL. A Friend of the Judges Says the rinding Will Prove TIGOTT IS A SIDE ISSUE. A Popular Vote Would Now Over throw the Government, hut A COMIKG EARL FEARS HO CHANGE, And Tells Why Gladstone and Hartington Cannot Be Reconciled. AN INTERVIEW OF WORLD-WIDE NOTE A gentleman was interviewed yesterday, whose utterances are not only of national, but of universal importance, and his words will not only be read with interest here, but deliberated upon even more eagerly and soberly in the countries across the pond, because they embody the ideas and t thoughts ot a man whose opinion is of weight, not only because the opinion is significant, but because they come from himself. The interview bore directly upon the Ti'mes-Parnell issues, at present agitating the world, and it incidentally speaks of other matters of less importance now be cause they are overshadowed by the one topic, the one sensation of the day, Parnell and the League. In order to appreciate the importance of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 March 1889

JTKfc. TWVMr.f Wrt ONE MORE BIG DEAL. The Wells-Fargo Company Turchases the P. fc W. Express Business. THE TEEMS ARE CONFIDENTIAL. A TalnaWe Acquisition to the Former Com pany's System. THE BUSINESS WOBTH 90,0,00 A IEAE Another great express deal has been con Ftttumated in this city. Yesterday the "Wells, Fargo Express Company purchased all the property, rights and franchises of the Pittsburg and AVestern Express Com pany and will in future operate the busi ness on all the lines of that railroad. The negotiations for the purchase of the property hare been going on for months, ffhey were ended yesterday by the arrival in the city of Mr. Thomas M. De "Witt, Superintendent of the 'Wells-Fargo Com pany at Cleveland. He consulted with President Callery and General Passenger and Ticket Agent Bassett, and last evening the papers were signed. The terms agreed upon and the price paid would not be given ont for publication. The business for the past year has aver aged about $8,000 per month, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 March 1889

fifiSl reapL&Tjj m l;ije Mi$$ . LSTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8. 1B48. VoL 44, .o. 34. Entered at Pittsburg Postofflce, 'ovcmber 14, 16S7, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 89 Fifth Avenue. Rows Rooms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 70 Diamond Street. Aeracc circulation of the daily edition of The Dispatch for aix monthi ending March 1. 1SS!, 27,988 'Copies per issue Average circulation of tho Sunday edition of Tho Dispatch for rebrunry. 1SS9, 45,144 Copies per issue. TERMS OF TOE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FREE IN THE CNITED STATES. Daily Dispatch. One Year ? 8 00 Daily DisrATCH, Per Quarter .. I 00 Daily Dii"atch, One ilonth .'. TO Daily DisrATcn, Including Sunday, one jear 10 00 Daily' Disi-atcii, including Sunday, per .quarter S 50 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month. 90 BCXDAY DisrATCH, oncyear 2 50 Weekly Dispatch, one year. IS The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at Hcents per week, orincludlng the Sunday edition, at 20 cents per week. PITTSBURG, WEDNESDAY, MAR....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 March 1889

191 mT53i HCKRC E2 LWf3 s? lifXCijm f I js gt-a -5 The Teams as They're Harnessed for - the Work of the Kew Session. KEW MEMBEBS FARE YERY WELL. A Warm Debate Over Our Eelationa With Our Northern neighbor. HARRISON'S NOMINATIONS GO THEOUGH Whereupon a Big Batch of Sew Ones ti Taken Under Consideration. The Senate committees have all been agreed unon and the resolution containing their selection adopted by the Senate. The new members, it will be seen, fare ex cellently. President Harrison's first four appointments were confirmed. Another long list is the hands of the Senate. Onr relations with Canada was the subject of an interesting discussion in the Senate yester day. "Washiugtox, March 12. In the con tinned absence of the Vice President Mr. Ingalls acted to-day, as yesterday, presid ing officer pro tern of the Senate. The message of President, transmitting the pa pers in the case of Louis Riel, was pre sented and laid on the table. After a wait of several minutes, Mr. Edmunds brok...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 March 1889

? 4, i r Ir ft FfflMMYATTHEGAME His Highness Much Enter tained, hy the Tourists. HE MEETS ALL THE BOYS. An Interesting Story About Sulli van's Appearance as Byan's Rival. GOSSIP ABOUT THE BALL PLAYERS. Local Billiard Matches for Big Stakes on the Quiet. GENEEAL SPOKTIKG SEWS OP THE DAT tBY CABLE TO TOT DISPATCH. London', March 12. Copyright. The first English game of the touring baseball players was played to-day at Kennington Oral, under circumstances which were both favorable and unfavorable. Yesterday the weather was delightfully clear and crisp, a surprise for London in March. Early this morning it began to rain, and at soon to day a heavy fog overlying the city. In spite of that fact, not less than 8,000 people were-present, part of them in the handsome grand stand back of the home plate; the rest disposed about the Oval after the usual man ner of cricket games. . Williamson, being still a sufferer from the in jury he received at Paris was not present. His place in the field wa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 March 1889

ISMi r-! BEADS MOVEMENTS. t, Jobbers of Millinery Beport a Satis factory Opening. .eL EAKSAS CUSTOMERS TO THE FRONT Eitnatlon and Outlook of Trade Good in Lines of Apparel, 5 BUT POOE IX ALL EATABLE LINES OFFICE OF FITTSBUBQ DISPATCH,! TUESDAY. Jlirch 12, ISSa. J The spring opening of the wholesale mil liner? trade last week, was the' most en couraging sign of the times, that the com mercial reporter or The Dispatch has discovered this season. It is pleasant, alter bearing daily complaints of tbe deadness of trade to find a department where the sunny view is taken. Come what will, the millinery jobbers of Pittsburg never fail to have their spring opening the first week of March, Then the season's styles are shown to retail dealers, who come from all surrounding towns to equip themselves for the coming campaign, receive pointers as to fashions, and how to use mate rials for new styles of head gear. Reports of last week's opening are most encouraging. Fo'lowing is the statement of one...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 March 1889

r REGULATORS IS" JAIL Over a Score of West Virginia White Cap Reformers ArrestetL A'PKEACHER STARTED THE IDEA. An Ex-Convict II vsteriously Missing and a Eeward Offered. ALL THE KBWS FROM EAR-BY TOWKS Braxtos C. H., "W. Va., March 12. Tirenty-five citizens ol this neighborhood have been admitted to bail to answer any in dictment which may be (bund against them by the grand jury for assuming the role of regulators, tearing down eight dwellings and "warning the inmates to leave the county. I"or a. number of years the neighborhood known as "Hickory Wythe," about four miles from the town, has been Infested by a number of dissolute females. Recently a pro tracted meeting was held in that neighborhood by Rev. A. B. Cunningham, at which a largo number of the citizens professed religion. Rev. Cunningham and some of the church members conceived the idea of ridding the community of all bad characters, and accordingly an organi zation consisting of more than 100 men was formed for the work of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 March 1889

ra KBSI3I ESU w23S ra'f -$ - iii-1 -ANY-ONE CAN KAKEJAONEYJ IT'S JL ' ' SPLENDID MEDIUM. ;WANTS .' -Of aar Mad can teat b " .Who has a good article to sell, and who adver tises vigorously 'and liberally. Advertising is , truly tlie life or trade. All enterprising and judicious advertisers succeed. "v.i satisfied. r adrertWac ra If; the coluiaa 01 jbs x patch. t POSSESS ,:!Twir ftr WiPUilJ a w PORTY-POUKTH YEAR OLD ILK HERO Receives a Rousing Reception From Five Thousand British Voters. PARNELL SPEAKS BOLDLY On the Subjects of Erin's Wrongs and English Misgovernment. AN ELOQUENT AND SCATHING EFFORT.- Parnell Speaks at St. James Hall. London lie's n Jolly Good Fellow Slnslnc and Cheering An Arrnlcnment or the En. Cliah GoTernment Dnpllclty and In justice Toward Irelnnd Scoring Salis bury and Balfour The Parnell Commls slou a Wasto of Public Time and Money The Government Should Ilave Prose cutedEnglishmen HuuibugKCd on the Irish Question. Mr. Parnell has made a Dlainand forcible statem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 March 1889

f c :'2 rLIKE TIC. MOROSINI, A Gripman's, Wife the Daughter of Wealthy Cincinnati Parents, GIVES HER HUBBY THE QUIET SLIP. She Believed Her Poverty-stricken Master Didn't Lore Her. AN EXCITING MARRIAGE IN EENTUCKI A tall, slim young man, a gripman on the East End division of the Penn avenue traction line, was at the Union depot last night, the very picture of distress. His fair bride of two years had flown during the night, leaving him nothing but a simple little note, and the distracted young man was wild to know whither she had taken her course. He furnished the officers at the t depot with a description of his wife, but they had not seen her. He refused to give his name, but, in pathetic language, he told E his tale. It was the old story of a wealthy Cincin nati girl marrying a man beneath her in station, and, in the end, after a struggle for existence, losing heart and leaving her Jowly lover to Jive in single blessedness. HIS B03IANCE IN THE BOUGH. The following is his tale of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 March 1889

Rfc V RE. , rre.w ' - , 1 J" i-Y . iM . j THE' HTTSBTIRG DISPATCH,. THURSDAY,- MAKOH '.14 " '18893 sss! WAffl)EEINGLETTERS. Writers Generally to Blame for the ; Loss ot Them Nowadays. AN EXCESS OF PITTSBURG CITIES. Ion Hast Kot Talk and Direct Letters at the Same Time. I CUBIOSITIES IN THE KIXIE BOXES Anyone can run a postoffice in his mind and most anybody -with an English education might worry through the mazes 01 a villace postoffice, though he would probably find the trouble of making out his quarterly report worth more than his sal ary, if time were an element in the calcula tion. But in a large city, the first thing he would find necessary would he a study of geography, even though he be fresh from school. The next thing would be the study of phonographic, or sound waves, angles, curves, shades of letters, or, as billiard (players would say, the effect of putting the English thereon, many addresses iurnish ing curious studies in chirography. In a talk with Mr. T. M. TJlam, of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 March 1889

tf"i lfs :f B"3-T2J-"Y i " l -5,iTv ? VN m t k & . Ije BMI ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8. 1848. "Vol. 41, 1o. 35. Entered at Pittsburg Tostofflce, November 14, 1S37, as f econd-class matter. BusinessOfflce--97 and 99 Fifth Avenue, News Rooms and Publishing1 House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. :, , At ernge circulation of the dally edition of The DiapatcU for six inonthi ending March 27,988 Copies per Issne. Avcrase circulation of the Sunday edition of The Dispatch for February, 1SS9, 45,144 Conies per Issne. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FREE JS TIIE UNITED STATES. Daily Dispatch. One lear f S 00 Daily DisrATCH, Per Quarter 2 00 Daily Dispatch, One Month TO Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one jcar 10 00 Daily Dispatcii, Including Sunday, per quarter 2 50 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month 90 Sunday Dispatch, one year s SO "tt eekly Dispatch, one year 1 IS The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carrier! at IS cents per week, orlncludlngtheSundayedltlon. at 20 cents per v eck. PI...

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