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

TO TAKE THE KOAD'. Borne Senatorial Junketing Parties Waiting for Warm Weather. EOT ALL OP TEEH ARE PICNICS. Considerable Work Connected With Some of the Missions. MAS! MILES HATE TO BE COVERED, And In at Least Two Instances Elaborate Reports Ira Expected, As soon as the warm weather is fairly on, several Senatorial tours of investigation will be begun. Nearly a dozen parties in all will take the road. About the most im portant are the Pacific Bailway and Cana dian relations committees. There are also a number of Senatorial picnic parties that will not travel, but will hold their sessions in "Washington. israelii. TELEQILUI TO THS DISrATCn.l Washington-, March 13. Several Sen atorial junketing trips will start out from Washington as soon as the warm weather is fairly established. The Senate at the regu lar session that closed on Harch 4 didn't authorize as many of those roving commis sions as usual, still there is almost a dozen that have been intrusted with the duty, of looking int...

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 March 1889

i I f PLAYED JU FOG, Spalding's Teams Have a Great Contest in London. THE ALL-AMERICAS TO. Full Score and Interesting Details of the Game. GOSSIP ABOUT THE LOCAL CLUB. Hyer Wants Another Go at Jack 21c Auliffe. GEXEEAL SPOKTIXG KEWS OF THE DAI Spalding's American baseball teams played their second game in London yester dav. The All-Atnericas won a good con test. Tbe players visited the House of Com mons and other historic places. The En glish people like to see the game, but they think it won't become a leading game there. rBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCB.l Loxdox, March 13. Copyright At 12 o'clock to-day the baseball party, under escort of Mr. "White, charge d' affairs in London, visited the House of Lords, and afterward the House of Commons, a dis tinguished privilege in view of the great number of the party, as no party of equal size has made the same tour within recent years under any circumstances. In the House of Commons they found Sir "William Harcourt making a characteristic addres...

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 March 1889

EM atv THE - PITTSBTntG' DISPATOr-THUBSDAT; "A"ROH14i , 1889, v "" t LOCAL LIVE STOCK. Salient Points of the Week's Trade at East Liberty Yards. CATTLE MARKET DEMORALIZED. Hogs Have a Tall to Correspond With Prices in the West. BHEEP AXD LAMBS HOLD THEIR OWN office op futsbueo Dispatch,! Wednesday. Mrch 13, 18S9. J The run of cattle for the local trade this Week has been from SO to 85 loads, a slight advance on last -week's ran. More than one half were from Chicago. Quality -was below the average. Very few steers were above 1,400 pounds in weight. The bulk of supplies were common to good batcher stock from 1,100 to 1,300 pounds. A leading drover accounts for the deteriora tion in quality thps: "Good grades that have been held over are being sent out to graze in the hope of better markets, and we are now re ceiving the dregs which will not pay to keep." One thing is certain, that no prime cattle showed up in this week's supplies. There were a few loads of stockers weighing from TOO t...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 March 1889

HOWFLOUR WAS SOLD A Slick Confidence Operator Unfolds a Tale to the Court. If ARROW ESCAPE AT A HOTEL FIRE. A Bursting Boiler Kills and Injures Several Persons. ALL THE KEWS FEOM XEAE-BY TOW5S rsrECIAt TZLEGrjLlI TO THE DISrjLTCH.l Unioxtowh, March 13 A sensational tale tras told here durinp the trial to-day of John U. Thomas, who ras convicted of false pretense in collecting money at Con aellsville belonging to W". A. Baer & Sons, millers, of Greensburg. Thomas said his real name was Gerald Coles, and that he was raised at Nyack-on-ihe-Hudson, bat he had "spent most of his life in New York. He came to Greensburg from 2few York in answer to an advertisement, and was em ployed by Frank Baer. now in jail at Greens linrg awaiting trial for burning flour mills at Greensbnrg and Latrobe. He and Baer placed a Dlan wherebr Coles assumed the name of John K. Thomas, a wealthy Johnstown gentle man, and on the strength of bis name and rep utation tner raised notes through Qreeusbnrg banks....

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 March 1889

3sr?ri ANY ONE CAN MAKE MONEY "Who has a good article to sell, and who adver tises vigorously and liberally. Advertising Is truly the life of trade. All enterprising and judicious advertisers succeed. "WAJJTS Of any kind can test ha satisfied by advertising la the columns of The Dis patch. SPLENDID MEDIUM. "JlA . - 1 . -r.TMW i mm FORTY-POTJUTH' YEAR A Has at Last Been Discovered by the Critics, and It is Said to Consist of ELKINS, PLATT AND CO. The True Reason Why Glarkson Goes to Work for Wanqmaker, HAERISON LED INTO A QDEEE BLUNDER. The Kame of a Candidate lor a Western MarshaUhiB bent to tbe Senate Shortly After Another Man llnd Been Confirmed for the Same Place Why Eageno Schuy ler's Confirmation Hants Fire The Ken York Senators Don't Know Buascy or Want Him Credited to Their State How a Territorial Candidate Knlned His Chances by Pnbtishlng Bis Autobi c granny. The ease with which Hon. Stephen B. Elkins obtains access to the President, and the frequent and lengthy interviews g...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 March 1889

r i r clows in the dwelling houses were broken; across Smallmau street, in Fisher's foundry, the windows were smashed and the sheet iron side in many places punctured by fly ing bricks. The north side of the building escaped ruin with the exception of its east ern end, the roof of which had partially fallen in. WORK OF BESCUE. The debris was piled up high and thick, and the rescue party could progress but slowly. Owing to the character of the ma terial, it did not require much skill to check the fire, which had commenced. Be fore the bricks had cooled the work of wspnp hfld heirrin Thp firt fntlr men taken v. nut were denri. O-nR. Linpelhach. the en gineer was found near his engine. His body was frightfully mangled, his legs and right arm being torn off, the ragged flesh hanging down in long shreds. His head and tace were partially blown away. His body was taken to themorgue. Lingelbach resided at Ko. 129 Howard street, Alle gheny. Daniel Clark was taken out dead and re moved to the...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 March 1889

Wmfgrfv THE PITTSBURG ' DISPATCH, PREDAT, MARCH "" '15, 1889. 87 V? iTACCfflEDIM'TTAKE. iritlstmrgers Kot Safe if Smallpox Should Break Out Here. MA PHISICIAK'S GRATE FORECAST. S ' ," Thousands of People Kox Protected igainst the Disease. HEKATHEEFAY0KSAC01IPULS0EI LAW In view of the fact that an appropriation ot 510,000 has been granted to the city for the purpose of vaccination, a tour among "the city physicians was made yesterday lor the .purpose of learning how many people there are in need of vaccination. From these inquiries made some very startling information was received, which gives a striking illustration of the fact that an epidemic of smallpox in this city would find the greatest facilities for spreading over every ward in Pittshurg with the most un interrupted rapidity. The vaccinating physician of the Eight eenth ward, in a conversation with a report er of this paper, said last night: "Vaccination has been too much neglected in this city. There has not been a general ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 March 1889

sflHSSH iszvii,- ! jysT-iff . - jw - :. a ? ' - irutii ss:- 5ar vrrj z -9i?w- c--. at-. . f wssw .VYH&iFaiaa- ? .iHPv -" t i.. J-.aHf ry:, 3 V It I ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1848. Vol. 44, o. 36. Entered at 1'lttsburg Post office, November 14, 18S7, as second-class matter Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. - News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street Average circulation of iho daily edition of Tbe Dispatch for six months ending March 1, 1SS9, 27,988 Copies per Issue. Average circulation of the Sunday edition of Tbe Dispatch for February, 1SS9. 45,144 Copies per issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FHEE IN THE UNITED STATES. DAILT Dispatch. Onelear 8 00 Dailt Dispatch, Per Quarter 2 00 DAltT DlSPATcn, One Month 50 Daiia Dispatch, Including Sunday, one jcar ....: WOO Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter. - SO Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one month " SraDA Dispatch, oneyear S 50 "Weekly Dispatch, one year 115 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by ca...

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

iJSJlrrT Fw-"1 rip tfV" J TOVSHKWWWSFT- i-' - JV'fjr. ssiaffiSjrrB' Tfot- "", -s. "V v. ', - -S - .. r-, - . s ? THE- PITTSBUHQ DISPATCH, FRIDAY, MAKCH 15, 1889 5 SI lOTE'S YOUNG DREAI Meets With a Bather Sudden Eclipse in the Shape of an Arrest. A KEW LOCK ON THE MUSKINGUM. Warrants Issued for Suspected Masked Midnight Burglars. ALL THE SEWS FEOM XEAE-BI TOWNS ISrrCIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.! Fbanklik, March 14. Elmer Wilson, of Meadville, was arrested in this city to day by Policeman Hasson, on receipt of a telegram from that city. The charge against "Wilson is obtaining money on false pretense. "Wilson fell in love with pretty ellie Kobison, of Harmonsburg. Craw ford county, bnt owing to the scarcity of money oa Ills part, the course of their true love didn't run very smooth. Finally, so it is claimed, Wilson hit upon the happy idea of going to a friend of his father's, .and induced him to indorse a note for 50, tell icp; him that his (Wilson's) father wanted to raise some mon...

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

t I I AT CRYSTAL PALACE All-Americas Win Once lore From Anson's Team. FULL SCOEE OF THE GAME. Lively Meeting of the County League Eepresentatives. LOCAL DOG FIGHTERS VERY BUSY. Guckert Wants to Play a Guitar Match for 1,000. GENERAL SPORTING NEWS OF THE DAT The American baseball players were at the famous Crystal Palace, near London, yesterday and played a game. The All Americas were again victorious. The crowd was larze. John M. "Ward sailed for borne. To-day the teams will play at Bristol, the home of Dr. "W. G. Grace, the cricketer. He will give them a dinner. To-morrow Crane will throw the cricket ball against G. J. Bonner, the celebrated thrower of England. IET CABLE TO THE DISrATCH.3 Loxdo-, March 14. Copyright John Ward left London at 9 o'clock this morn ing, and by this evening is on the high seas on board the 2forth German Lloyd steamer Saale. He leaves the All-America team somewhat crippled, and it is neces sary to bring Fogarty in from the outfield to play short and to pl...

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

LIVE STOCK REVIEW. Pull Returns of Transactions at Lib erty Stock Yards. BOTTOM OUT OF 'CATTLE MARKETS. Light Supply and Lower Prices for Steep, Lambs and Hogs. . WOBSr MAEKET FOE 11AKT IEAES Office of Pittsburg Dispatch, J Thuesdat. March 14, 1SS9. S "With returns for the week all in it ap pears that through cattle receipts are 1,960 head more than last 'week, and local re ceipts 80 head more. By looking over the records of the past six months It is discovered that through receipts of cattle this week are the largest. It seems as though bottom is clear out of cattle markets. An old-time stockman said to-day: "I hate not known cattle sell as low since lb61 as they hare sold this week. We thought last week we were certainly down to hatd nan, but we find there is still a lower depth, and if wo hare another tumble next week trade will go to the dogs." In response to the query, "how low did cat tle go in 1861," it was answered: "In that year I bought prime 1,400-pound cattle from an Ohi...

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

wmww1 TW f"sP&SSl iff F 8 ml ALL OBJECT. Remonstrances Against Liquor Li censes Pour Into the Court. HOST OF THEJI ARE "GENERAL. A Case of Treasure Trove Tried in the Temple of Justice Yesterday. ILESTI OP LEGAL BUSINESS JUST NOW A large number ot remonstrances against the granting of liquor licenses were filed in the Clerk of Courts office yesterday. Forty remonstrances vrere received from four -wards in the city of Pittsburg the Eight eenth, Nineteenth, Twenty-first and Thirty sixth. In the Eighteenth ward but one remon strance was received, and that against Peter Miner, of Butler street extension. The paper is signed by 50 persons, and sets forth that "the applicant habitually violated the law during the time he has bad license, by selling liquor on Sunday, and since the last time be was re fused a license be has peddled and sold beer in bottles from a wagon throughout the commun ity of the Eighteenth ward. Remonstrances were filed against IB appli cants in the Nineteenth war...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 March 1889

r r '1 4 J- ' 2 FIRST PART,' f 1 l yOETY-TOTJIlTH TEAE.. A FEUD fflGOTTEN, President Harrison Heaps Coals of fire on the Head of Ex Governor Porter. GOOD RETURNED FOR EVIL. ColoneVBudley, on tbe Other Hand, is Deliberately Snubbed, NOT GETTING AS MUCH AS A KOD. The President Doesn't Care to be Embar rassed by Bavins Dudley Hang Around the White House Jehu Baker Fighting an Old Charge Clarkson to be Boss or ' tbe PostoHets Commissioner of Labor Wright Hard to Onst-New Torkers In- slst Tbat Bnssey mast be Charged Up to' Some Olber State. Colonel New is in "Washington. He is on hia way farther East, though, and will accept no office at the gift of the adminis tration. The reason is said to be because' President Harrison has seen fit to bridge a chasm that long lay between the Harrisons and ex-Governor Porter. The President, it is said, doesn't recognize 3olonel Dudley, at present, nor desire to hare him be seen about'the "White House, for fear of embar rassing reports that would withou...

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

;3i if h ' i- BUILDING THE DAM. The Goyernment is Purchasing Prop er Near Herr's Island FOR THE BITER'S IMPEOVEMEKT. United States District Attorney Allen Makes the First Move 15 A PKOJECT OF GREAT MAGNITUDE At last the Herr'i Island dam is going to be built It is the first snbstanti&l more by the Government to improve the Allegheny river and make it a navigable stream. The work is thus actually commenced 10 years after organized efforts were first started in the interest of the project. "WTiile it is an enterprise of great magnitnde it is not prob able that it will require so long a time to complete as the Davis Island dam or the new Postoffice building. United Stales District Attorney Allen has just purchased a strip of land in Alle gheny City midway between Herr's Island and the Fifteenth street bridge. It is 40x 200 feet, and will be the site of abutments and lock-walls ot the new dam. He is also negotiating for an adjoining piece of prop erty for the erection of necessary b...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 March 1889

l3 W $Z& tX' J- i THE- PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 188 3, & ' FOlt SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE. Suburban Rrsldenrr. FOR' SALE-HOUSES WITH ALL MODERN Improvements, near Wllklnsburg station; prices lowandtermseasy. McOUNEiOOULTER, Agents, 98 Fourth are. mhl-80-8 TfTWR. SALE-A FINE RESIDENCE; LABGE A.' lot. 100x30, on Beaver road, Ave minutes' Jllk from Einsworth; price, ftSOO. LH. IRWIN, Iiltourth avenue Pittsburg. mhs-33-s T7HJK BALE A LAKGE KES1DENCE OP It JL' rooms and fine grounds, at Ems worth, hiring all modern Improvement, and one of the very pest locations for an elegant borne. C. BKR 1NGLR &.SOK, 10J Fourth ave mhlt-t3-ThS ER SALE-AT A BARGAIN IF APPLIED for soon, at Howard station. P., V. i&B, acre ground, with nice 6-room frame house, finished basement, excellent -water, fruits, etc 1. Si. PENAOCK. SON, 105 Fourth ave mhlW9-TTS. TjWKiiALE-SSOO CASH AND BALANCE SAiUJ Jj as lent, at West Bellerne, Pa.; possession at once: sew frame house, rooms, hal...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 March 1889

Jlr'f' m ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY S, 1SJ8. Vol. -H, No. S7. Entered at l'ittsbnrg Postofflce, November n, 18S7, u second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. ' Average circulation of the dally edition of The Dispatch for six months ending March 1.1SS9, 27,988 Copies per line. Avcrace circulation of the Sunday edition of The Dispatch for February 1SS9, 45,144 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. , POSTAGE FREE IN THE UNITED STATES. Datlt Dispatch. One Year. 8 00 Datlt Dispatch, Per Quarter 2 00 DilLT Dispatch, One Month 70 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one year 10 00 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter 2 SO Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one month, 00 Bund ay Dispatch, oneyear. 2 50 Weekly Dispatch, one year 115 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at 15 cents per -week, or Including the Sunday edition, at 20 cents per week. P1TTSBORQ, SATURDAY. MAR. 16. ISS3. TEE LOGIC OF EEPKESSIO...

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

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY,- MARCH .-,16, 1889. B ' tft-' . rU ALL SATED BUT ONE. ;Five of the Miners Entombed Alive at lit. Camel are Eescned. AN ALMOST MARVELOUS ESCAPE. The Truth of the Yalley Eailroad Deal is Again Asserted. ALL THE NEWS FEOM XEAR-BY TOWKS Motjkt Cabjiel, March 15. Supreme joy reigns in the homes of John Hall, Nicholas Bevels, Michael Buggy, Patrick Leonard and Vincent Kokns to-night on account of their almost miraculous' deliver ance from -what at this hour lastnight seemed certain death. Hundreds of citizens escorted them from the Black Diamond Colliery, the scene of the accident this after noon, to Mount Carmel, and a constant stream of callers has been on hand ever since. Hall and Bevels, though suffering ex tremely from nervous exhaustion, gave to-night the firstaccount of their experience. These two men were engaged in driving new shutes in breast If o. 8 in the south slope of the mine about noon yesterday, when they heard a tcriffie roar, and the ne...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 March 1889

2f THE :GOLD DIGGERS. A Eeunipn of the Forty-Kiners in Pittsburg and "Vicinity. VERY FEW OFTflEMHOW SURVIVE. They Do Kot Beller.e Late Reports About Itat Bonanzas. BEMOEIES OP THE GREAT FETEE Something of zest was added to the festivi ties of a reunion of "Forty-niners" last night hy the reported discovery of great gold streaks in Lower California. These men were gathered at the residence of P. C. Uegley, No. 623 Fifth avenue. There were 16 of them. These are the survivors of the "Argonauts," a band of 400 men, who left Pittsburg on the 15th of March, 1849, for the cold fields in California. Nothing better could have happened to spice up the. fortieth anniversary of this expedition than the recent discovery of more gold in 'California. ' "When roll was called last night just 65 of the original 400 were accounted for. The others are all believed to be dead. The roll was called by messes. The survivor of each mess would invariably answer in tones of sadness: "I'm the only one left in ...

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

-ti-"'-- ! ' - v ', ' - -; i , ' -,' THE , PITTSBUKG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, IVfAKOH 16, 1889. II LOCK JTBBBIIIL Anson's Boys Win and All Haye a Good Time. THE SCOEE OF THE GAME. p Baseball Officials Come to Blows at coiumuus. T; BARKER BEADY FOE JIMMY BEED. A Scratch Team Arranged to Play the Pittslurgs. GENERAL SPOETDJQ KEWS OP THE DAT Another large crowd of Englishmen turned out yesterday to see the great Ameri can game of baseball. The game was played at Bristol, and as the All-Americas were out of shape, the Chicagos beat them badly. The day was clear but almost too cold. tBT CABLE TO THE DtSFXTCn.2 Beistol, March 15. Copyright The baseball party came over from London this morninjr, to fill the date which they were obliged to cancel last week on account of the floods. They arrived at noon in a spe cial car, and accompanied by a corps of London newspapermen. At the station here they were met by the Duke of Bean fort, Dr. Grace, the cricketer, the American Consul, and a number of rep...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 March 1889

DISPATCH, SATURDAY,- MARCH 16, FEW WHO SAY DON'T. Only Sixty-Eight Remonstrances Against Licenses Yesterday, THOUGH IT WAS THE LAST CHANCE Two Wards in Allegheny and Braddock Borough Most Hotalle. THE HALF ACRE COMES IN OKCE MOEE Comparatively few remonstrances against the granting ot liqnor licenses were filed yesterday, considering the fact that it was the last day npon which they will he re ceived. There were exactly 63 papers in yesterday's list The hnlk of them were from the Second and Sixth wards of Alle gheny. The signers were mostly women. Following is a summary of the 68 papers and their purport: There were three General remonstrances against applicants of the Second ward. They were David Q. Jones, corner of Federal and North Diamond streets, 64; William O'Donnell, 75 PerrysvIUe avenne, 62; Christian Ortmann, 1 Fremont street, 64. The numbers following the applicant's address denote the number of signers to his or her remonstrance. In the Third ward remonstrances were filed...

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