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

-r-c THE PITTSBTTKG- DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, MARCH '20, 1889: 9 & i? KANSAS PEOHIBITIOE A Sudden Wave of Eeform Strikes One of the Free Bum Cities. HEAYI HUES AND LOKG TERMS. One Hundred Dollars for Each and Every Glass of Liquor Sold. THE LAW IB NOW TO BE PUI IN FORCE Kansas City, March 19. Across the State line from this city lies' the consolidated city of Kansas City, Kansas, composed of the former cities of "Wyandotte, Armstrong, Armonrdale, Riverside and Old Kansas City. Since the day when prohibition 'was first inaugurated in Kansas, this collection of cities has defied every attempt to suppress the sale of Intoxicants. Among the 40,000 inhabitants there haTe been openly running oTer 100 saloons. 40 gambling hells, two cock pits and a dog-pit. The open violation of the law was so notorious that no attempt has been made in years to enforce it. The public indignation at last rose to such a height that at the last election Joseph Fife was chosen County Prosecutor on the narrow ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 March 1889

1&MpSXt& SIKIHSHtW'E fnr?m THE PITTSBTJKG- DISPATCH,. '"WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1889." X3MBffW&-MI i r V" A-GAME 111 THE BAIN The All-Ame-ricas "Whitewash, tlie Cliicagos in FOUR SAD; DAMP INNINGS At Sheffield, England, Before Three Thousand Spectators. AKEW SNAG IN THE DECKER CASE. Th9 Hoosiers May Exchange Healy for Sowders, of Boston. GENERAL SPORTING NEWS OF THE DAT tBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH.! Jjovdos, March 19. Copyright The normal gloominess of the smoky Sheffield was augmented to-day by the rain, which commenced as the American baseball play ers were making their way in drags to the Bramall Lane ground, the scene of so many exciting contests betvteen the Yorkshire clubs and the cracE cricket teams from other counties. There were about 3,000 spectators. Several members of tho Yoik shire Cricket committee met the boys at the pavilion and wished ,them every success in their journey through Britain. The ground was damp and all against smart play. All-America went first t...

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 March 1889

HtBO FLfSMMH whu :5?Swzw- "TWyH T5 TTl c :? THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1889.- FEATURES OF TRADE. Harness Leather Produced Beyond the Demand of .Trade. MARGINS tf ARROWED TO NOTHING. All Grades of Leather Cheaper Because of Cheap Bides. THE TVHEAT AAD FLOUE SITUATION office of fittsbueo Dispatch, 1 TUESDAY. M.rch 19, 1SS9. J A leadine harness maker of the city who has been familiar frith the trade for a half century furnishes some facts pertaining to this Important industry which it is believed will be of interest to the reader of The Dis patch. His view of the situation is substan tially as follows: - Harness leather tanners of Allegheny hare been increasing their capacity for the past year or two, until they are now able to turn out an amount of stock fully double their capacity fire j ears ago. It appears that they bare cone somen hat beyond the demands of trade and find themselves overstocked this spring. We are now passing throuch what might be called an interr...

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

BB3f ?r i.3:S wmwK j 8 THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1889. ! f I I CATHEDRAL'SBEAUTY May be Restored Within the Grant Street Edifice This Spring. AN IMPROVEMENT TO COST $15,000 In Contemplation by the Bishop and His Fellow Clergymen. ARTISTIC FUESCOING FOE AN INTERIOR A restoration for the interior of St. Pauljs Cathedral is contemplated. For some time past the Bishop, and the head clergyman at the Grant street Episcopal residence, Bev. Father "Wall, have been figuring upon the cost of a complete renovation of the big church. It was conceded to be a costly en terprise and the heavy indebtedness hang ing over the congregation has been the stumbling block all along. It was recognized that the Cathedral's in terior was badly in need of some overhaul ing. It is now so dirty as to be almost un sightly. The effects of finer workmanship on tbe walls and ceilings are nearly all lost on account of the dust and soot that has set tled upon the architraves and sculptured corner-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 March 1889

i o f- an " A- ANY ONE CAN MAKE MONEY Who has a good article tQ sell, and who adver tises vigorously and liberally. Advertising is truly the life of trade. AU.enterprising and judicious advertisers succeed. ITORTY-rOHRTH TEAR .CASH BUTNO FRILLS Is the Height of Colonel New's Ambition, and He is Soon Accommodated, ALL FIXED DURING A RIDE- The Ford Delegation Presents Its Claims to the Pittsburg P. 0. USH FOE OFFICE WAS JSEYEBBIGGEE Yesterday Was tbe Busiest Dav Yet nt tbe White House Fred Grant Doesn't Get tbe Chinese mission Blaine Accused of Snubbing tbe Reporters singular Dif ference of Opinion Between the Presi dent and All of Those lie Appoints to Office Bin. Cleveland's Omaha Prop erty Not as Valuable ns It Was Vice President DIorton makes His First Parliamentary Break. President Harrison insisted on Colonel John C. Hew accepting an office. Mr. 2Tew declared he didn't want one, but the Presi dent again insisted, and 2ew was over persuaded. He declared he wanted none with frills...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 March 1889

v THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH; THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1889. i but found there was more mosey in whisky. He thought the millmen should have liquor accommodations. John Thier claimed he was the only man in the Sixth ward who had a $300 license in '85 aud '66. B. "Weiss, of the Great "Western Band, wants to keep a restaurant, if he gets a license. This settled the Sixth ward, and August Brockman came up to the counter as the first applicant from the Seventh. Be has been on Fifth avenue for 22 years. He had been so well coached that he answered half of the questions before the Court was half through asking them. "Marks Brcwarsky, of "Wylie avenue, said there was not another decent place in his neighborhood. Cyrus Crowley, of Washington street, is not in Chief Brown's prohibitory district, and had a good record. Patrick Devlin is in the prohibitory district on the same street. OLD MEN TVOX'T DO. John F. Ditler thought he ought to have a license on account ot his age. The Court, how ever, did not...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 March 1889

s? .'3 -" THRFAMERS' PRIDE. " Are Tutti-Prntti, Progressive Enchre -and Laces Ruining Him? SUGGESTIVE COMPARISONS GIVEN As a Eesult or Testimony That it Costs s, . 300 a Head on a Farm. " THE LAXD WO.VT HELD IT ORDINAEILY ""Is farming a failure," in Allegheny county? has olten been asked and gener ally answered in the affirmative. The an swer has puzzled many people, and the ex planation tendered has generally been a compound one, tbat competition with local ities that could get stuff in earlier than it .could be grown here, and at but little more cost tor 2,000 miles transportation than for ten, had done the business, first, by getting it in earlier and taking the wire edge ofi appetite; and secondly, by farming land as sessed at $5 or $10 an acre, while here it is assessed at $50 to $300 an acre. Strange things happen in these days of upset-preconcieved ideas, opinions and methods. The great and only Napoleon thought he bad said something when he in formed his army, standing in th...

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

t-W" T' 'WX' 75 -, --7a, 4. f$y : i. f ft r m iSTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1816. Vol. 44, So 4S. Entered at nurture rostofflce, 'ovcmber 14, 18S7, as second-class matter. BuslneBsOffice 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average circulation of the dally edition of The Dispatch for alx months ending March 1.1SS9, 27,988 Copies per Issue. Average circulation of the Sunday edition of The Dispatch for February, 1SS9, 45,144 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FREE IN .HE EXITED ETAlES. Datlt Dispatch. One Year. . 8 00 Dailt Dispatch, Per Quarter 2 00 Dailt DisrATCU, One Month 70 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one year - 10 00 Datlt Dispatch, including Sunday, per quarter. 2 50 Dailt Dispatch, including Sunday, one month. 90 BOTAT DisrATCH, oneyear. 2 50 Weekly Dispatch, one year 1S5 The Dailt Dispatch Is delivered toy carriers at 15 cents per week, or including the Sunday edition, at 20 cents per eefc. PITTSBURG, THURSDAY. MA...

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

'. ?- F," -$:-y " "&, -$' TM.3"-1 SasS'f THE PITTSBtJH& DISPATGHT; THTTESDAT, !IA2ldH21, 189. t READY FOR A FIGHT. Pennsylvania and Ohio Miners Are Closing Up Their Lines to PREPARE TOR FDTDRE TROUBLE. An Appeal for United Action Sent Oat by HcBride and Lewis. THE OEtfAXIZATION TO BE PEBFECTED IEFECIAI. TTLEGEAM TO THE DISPATCB.1 Columbus. March 20. John MeBrido. President .and W. T. Lewis, Secretary, of lue-auonaii-rogressive Union of Miners and Mine Laborers, this evening issued the follovrine circular to the members of the union and all other miners "whom it" may concern: "The joint convention of operators and miners held at Columbus, March 12-14. 1BS9, has just adjourned, without having agreed upon a price lor mining from May 1, 18S9, to April 30, 1KM. This failure to agree will be regretted by all who believe in reason nther than force in the adjustment of the differences between opera tors and miners. It may be necessary to again plunge into indiscriminate warfare to f...

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

JUST AN EXHIBITION, The American Clubs Play Three Innings Merely to SATISFY THE SPECTATOES. Tommy Hogan States Why He Cannot Fight Shay. A KEW RULE FOE HOME PLATEES. The Tale-Bearers to Newspapers Will he rnnished. GENERAL SPORTING NEWS OF THE DAT rBYCABLI TO THE DISPATCH. J LOXDOX, March 20. Copyright. The players"had an uncomfortable day at Brad ford. A drizzling rain set in the early morning, and in the afternoon there was a veritable downpour. The visit had excited the greatest inferest among Yorkshire sportsmen, whose name Is legion, and, had the weather been decent, there would hare been an enormous crowds gathered. As it was there were not more than a couple of thousand people on the Park avenue grounds. The players waited a half hour beyond 3 o'clock in the vain hope that the rain wonld clear off and then walked moodily onto the ground, some in their over coats. Chicago went in first and Ryan was thrown out at first base. Then Pettit treated the spec tators to an interesting...

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

r ' i ( AvJ Hf LOGAL UYE STOCK. Light Ban of Cattle at East Liberty, but Trade Fails to $ FURNISH ANY SIOKS OF REVIVAL. Good Inqnirj for Stockers Sheep and i ' Lambs Drooping. HOGS STEADY ON LIGHT EECEIPTS OFFICE OF PITTSBURG DISPATCH, 1 WEDMSDAY. Mrch20, 18S9. J Monday's cattle receipts were a little above 60 carloads, a decline of 20 loads from the previous Monday. Notwithstanding the light run the markets failed to revive. An order lrom Baltimore to Mr. Myers for a few export cattle gave a temporary stimulus to the markets for this grade. Sellers who knew that this order was to be filled took advantage of the short sunply and lifted prices 1015c above rates of last week on export grades. The price realized on the Baltimore order was $4 20. Last week tie same could have been bought for 15c under this figure. After the Baltimore order was filled prices drifted back to last week's rates. A leading stockman reports that he sold cattle for S3 85 in every respect as good as those bich ...

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

"' X Xf- i TV THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, . THURSDAY, MARCH -2i; 1889. .!'' PT THE EBB CHUTE SIN, By Which Two Newsboys Went Headlong to Their Death, is EECALLED BY A MOTION TO QUASH, Colonel Griscom is Held to be Guiltless of the Fatal Error. JATCOIIPAKISONAHDMEECIIN JUSTICE Judge Magee, in the Criminal Court, listened yesterday afternoon to arguments to quash the indictment for manslaughter against Colonel Griscom, of the MononRa hela House. It -will be remembered that last October, while a man named 'Wilson vras testing a new fire escape at the llonon., the rope broke and two boys were dashed to death on the pavement. On the motion to quash the indictment, Messrs. K.5. Johnston, Clarence Burleigh and S. A. McClelland appeared for Mr. Gris com,andDistrict Attorney Porter opposed the motion. The arguments made were dry legal facts, and, thongh they bore upon an in teresting point, not one solitary visitor sat the arguments out. THOUGHT IT WAS A MISTAKE. Mr. Burleigh said that Mr. Gris...

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

X. X.' IX'S A- WAJfTS i kind can neat ba by advertislBK in ; nmaa of THE DI3. I- - ANY ONE CAN MAKE HONEY "Who has a good article to sell, and who adver tises vigorously and liberally. Advertising is truly the lite of trade. All enterprising and judicious advertisers succeed. SPLENDID MEDIUM. XV rORTY-rOXJBTH YEAR JUST A BITOP A ROW In the Cabinet, Between Blaine and Wanamaker, Over Oscar Straus, THE MINISTER TO TURKEY. Quay Declares He'll Knock the Pitts burg Postoffice Persimmon. FOED'S FEIEXDS SOT HIGHLY ELATED President Harrison Soya tbe Public Printer Will be a Western Man The New Ex ecutive ExercUcs Clemency for the First Time In Criminal Case One Depart ment Fonnd In Which Ko Reforms Are Necessary or Possible The President's Mail Mnch Larger Than Cleveland's Was Secretary Wlndom Wants n First Class Supervising Architect of the Treasury The Senate Expects to Ad Jonra Next Thursday or Friday. The first clash has been heard in the Cabinet. Blaine asserts his prerogative, and as ...

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

r keeper bad any doubt whatever of the age of a customer he should not take the cus tomer's word. He should simply refuse to sell, no matter what thedeclarations of the customer. The mere Tact of a saloon keeper's being forced to ask the question, be continued, was sufficient evidence of the doubtful age of the customer to make it an inexcusable risk for the saloon keeper to supply the liquor demanded. Lochner is under indictment for selling to minors. Joseph Beiss was asked how he would tell when a man was drunk. "When his eyes gets liddle," answered Joseph. "Oh, I thought, on the contrary, that liquor was a sort of eye-opener," rejoined the Court, while the court room went ofi into a roar of laughter. "Now, define a drunken man in some other way, sir?" "When he falls down," answered Joseph. Jos. TJnger, the next applicant, said a man was drunk when "he got to fooling around." At one time in the proceedings Judge White remarked that hundreds of letters that are piling up on his des...

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

n?rn :sr ,'FMFKOI THE PULPIT 7 EeV. C. E. Locke, of the Smithfield f Street M. E. Chnrch, Lectures UPOK THE PARSON AKD THE PEOPLE Borne Queer Situations Arising From Mis i takes in the Palpit INTERMIXED WITH GEaVER SUBJECTS The Kev. C. E. Locke delivered a bright and entertaining lecture at the Smithfield Street M. E. Church to a large audience yesterday evening, the subject being "The Parson and the People." The lecturer made the following pre fatory remarks: "The profession of the preacher is as old as the nineteenth century, and is founded on the injunction of our Lord, 'Go ye unto all the world and preach the gospel.' " "Daring the first 200 years of preaching, a phenomenal growth was experienced. Then it fell into a rapid decline, caused by asceticism and ceremonialism, by the latter of which the soul of the preacher is trans ferred from his heart to his robes. Thus manacled preaching was cast into the dun geon of superstition, there to remain during the slowly passing centurie...

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

"; "'- 'js r - t i 1 Qfyt $$pfjtft ESTABLISHED FEBBUABY 8, 1846. Vol. 44, So. 43. Entered at nttsburg Postoffice, "ovember IV 1SS7, u second-class natter. 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 Issue. , Average circulation of the Sunday edition of The Dispatch for February, 1SS9, 45,144 Copies per issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FEEE UT THE TJXITSD STATES. DA7XT DISPATCH. One Year . f 8 08 DAJXT DISPATCH, Per Quarter. 2 CO Datlt Dispatch, One Month TO Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one year ' WOO Dah.t Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter. ' " Dailt Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month . SU5DAT Dispatch, oneyear. 2 SO Weekly DISPATCH, one year. 125 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at 15 cents per week, orlncludlngtheSundayeditlon. at 30 cents per week. PITTSBURG, FRIDAY. MAR. 22, 1889. -...

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

JTtlD&Y, T MAKCH ' 22, 188ft MTETTE IN TERROB. The Farmers Are in Constant Dread of tlie Bold Outlaw Gang, Who " DEFY AIL ATTEMPTS AT CAPTURE. A Father's Eescue of His Bale From the Deronrin;; Flames. ALL TOE KEN'S FROM XEAR-BI TOWKS IsrHCUL TELEGRAM TO THE DISrATCII.1 Uxioxtowit, March 21. Fayette county is awaiting. in terror the next move of the band of outlaws who have for a year preyed upon her rural population 'with impunity, and the timidity of the officers in not at tempting an arrest can only add to the bold ness and the cruelty of the gang. Their camp at Markleysburg has not yet been disturbed, and, hey are safe from fear. Bill Hill, in whose mountain home they are entrenched, is a relative of Sullivan, one of the gang. Hill and his wife were away when the outlaws,took possession, and they have been cooking for themselves, and living on the daintiest the country will at ford, none having the hardihood to refuse their requests. BEADY TOE A FIGHT. They are armed with "Wi...

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

"ifr r THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, PEIDAT, MAUCH 22, 1889. i t f READ! FOR KINS Applegate, of Wellsl) nrg, "Will Shoot tlie Champion A MATCH FOE $1,000 ASIDE. Local Checker Players Organize Bis Club. BASEBALL GAME IN SCOTLAND. The Plajers' Special Train .Nearly 40,000 People. .Attracts GENERAL SPOETLNG KEWS OP THE DAT There is now a strong probability ihat Joseph A. Huggins, the famous rifle shot of this city, will secure an important match at last. What is deemed a ioeman worthy of his steel has loomed up in Wellsburg, O , at least there is a cool and honest 11,000 for the Wellsburg man. Captain R.S. Oakes. who for years has been in the employ of Joseph Walton fc Co., arrived in the city from Wellsburg yesterday, and pro ceeded to the shooting gallery of Mr. Slapnack, on Smithfield street, specially prepared to match a Mr. Applegate, of Wellsburg, to shoot Hd; gins for $50C or $1,000 a side. The Captain has never been known as a bluffer or anything like. He is well stocked with this wo...

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

m&ZM :-v Jr (i-'m rr" THE PITTSBURG - DISPATCH PRIDAT, . MAEOH 22, 1889.- 1" MAT OK THE HOOF. j Full Beturns of Week's Transactions '? at Liberty Yards. THE CATTLE REVIVAL ON MONDAY licked Staying Qualities, and Price Back to Old Figure. SHEEP TEKT SLOW, HOGS STEADY OFFICE OF PITTSBURG DISPATCH, I THURSDAY. Mrch21, 1SS9. j Through receipts of cattle last week were the largest for six months past. As will be seen by the accompanying report through receipts this week were little above one half of last week. It appears that there is aKo a decline in local receipts of 240 head, as compared with last week. The light run and a special order ironi Baltimore for export cattle served to stimulate markets on Monday, and Drices advanced 10 per cent oh export grades. Tie advance did not hold after the special oraer was filled. Markets drifted back to last week's figures and remain there up to date. Outside of the sales referred to there has been no impi ovement in prices. For good butcher a...

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

i 1 ' " " ' w . gyy X 4. THE OIL VANISHED. Failing to Ping Abandoned Wells of thefialston Oil Company fiDINS OSE OF THE BEST FIELDS. Inormous Dividends Finally Cut Down to Nothing at All. A FUfiNI IKCIDBKT AT A PIT-HOLE FIKE The Ralston Oil Company, which has had a somewhat eventful history, has de cided to sell its machinery and all other moveable effects in the vicinity of Tidioute, "Warren county, but to retain the land in the hope that it may again prove produc tive, as of yore. Mr. B. McCracken, the grain dealer, has been for many years Sec retary of the company. It -was formed, or rather the first call for an organization meeting was called, on May 17, 1865. The meeting was held in the office of C. "W. Bobb, Esq., on June 17, 1865, and the company formed. The incorporators were David Ralston, of Indiana; his brother John, of the same county; J. G. McQuaid.of the same county, but later of Philadelphia, and John F. and William XL Kirkpatnck, of this city. They purchased 230 acre...

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