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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 January 1889

wmmmmmmmm THE PITTSBTJEG DISPATCH,. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY t91889.''V ' . ': . 6' ? THE BEAUTIFUL EIPO Important Annual Sleeting for the Election of the "Board. DOLLARS AND CEXTS FOR CITIZENS A Sclieme to Benefit tlie Wealthy and the Laboring Classes. WHY riTTSBUEG .MUST 1IAYE A SHOW At the annual meeting of the life mem dcrsof the "Western Pennsylvania Exposi tor Society, with Vice President John Bindley in the chair. After calling the meeting to order, Mr. Bindley read the report of President Mar gin, which briefly reviewed the old society, the meeting of the new society in October, 1885, and in regard to the present said: "The main buildinc is nearly half completed and the society has $28,000 of life subscriptions to loan, which, with 19,000 already paid o the contractor in the tuperitructure, leaves ?108,303 to be raised for the completion of The Ec-Elccted President. the main building, and to build the machinery hall of iron and glass and put evervthing in order will require an ad ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 January 1889

. y- y , spoeTiiiniTEes, Fred Parke Explains the Ex position Tract Affairs. A MISLEADING CHAETER. Annual Meeting of the local Base ball Clul). GROUND SECDEKD FOR 3 TEARS. SomethiDff Definite About Harrj Smith, the Kew lork Kunner. GENERAL SP0ET1XG XEWB OF THE DAI There has really been bo much -written and expressed recently about the local race tracks that a reminder to the effect that both tracks are still in the same place as heretofore may be pleasing to sporting people. At any rate a plain statement as to how matters stand will be of interest to all iocal patrons of horse racing and the local tracks. The public was told on Saturday that F. A. Parke had mysteriously disappeared to Philadelphia with the object ot handing over a document called "the charter of the State Fair Association." Mr. Parke was in the city yesterday, and during a long con versation with the writer he aid "I am not responsible for where newt papers place me. I ha r not been at Philadelphia this trip, but I h...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 January 1889

mwjt t rr Iff A BUSINESS WAT. The Past, Present and Future Some Jobbing Interests. of A HEALTHY COXDITIOX OF TRADE "oted in the Lines of Gent's Furnishing Goods and Headwear. DXUSUAL ACTIVITY IN HARNESS Office of the Pittsburg Dispatch, Tuesday, January 8, 1889. The jobbing trade in gents' furnishing goods, as a distinct industry in Pittsburg, does not'date back further than 1880. Up to that date this line was simply an adjunct to the holesale dry goods trade, or was controled by agents of Eastern jobbing houses. About the time ot the Garfield Hancock campaign, the jobbing of men's furnishing goods became one ot our distinct industries, and now there are two firms de voted exclusu ely to this line whoe business together aggregates more than 500,000 an nually. This trade has in the main been wrested from jobbing houses of Xew York and Boston. An interview with a member of one of our jobbing firms develops the fact that the volume of trade shows an incrcaso the past year of 12 to 15 p...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 January 1889

X1 lMTfWffi',aiMMMrffr m - i ?V" "f?T'-. -: ' 7TlsHPlwirfSS5inRr3Hlil9TO 8 ' THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, .JANUARY 9, 1889. " '- -SIPR i -..,.,..-J ...,.-... i.nu'ywwnn';cir iMTi THIS What a Practical Trader Says of the Inter-State Commerce Law. ITS ALLEGED INEFFECTIVENESS, Ko More Lies Against It Than as to Stat utes Against Burglary, Etc. SUGGESTIONS AS TO APFLICATIOX Much has been said and written pro and con regarding the inter-State commerce law, but while the doctrinaires have had full swing, the men who are vitally interested hare been heard to but a limited extent, and the following from Mr. John Hood, whose experience of the law has been pric tical, will be of interest. In answer to Eome queries, Mr. Hood replied: You have had the say of the commissioners and many railroad officers, therefore, I fear it would he presumption in me to make any Statements or suggestions that would be edify ing to your readers. The opinion of most of tbose who have spoken would indicate t...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 January 1889

qjppwpwmin wmm SMALL ADVERTISEMENTS For to-morrow's DISPATCH can be loft at main office till midnight or at branch offices till 9 P.M. li$ratrt) . Colum- d. JBE DISPATCH. .ro7 NXS-i FORTY-THIRD TEAR, PITTSBURG, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1889. THREE CENTS A Jwins houses to Let can V reaci $ost tenants throucrh. the S WM , t m 4 MEG Eutlilessly Eends Tower ing "Walls and Hurls Tons of Brick on A BUSY BUSINESS MART. Scores of Human Beings Crashed Down to Death in Dehris, "Where OTHERS LIXGEB Df AGOjST While the Mighty Wind Mockingly Over Awful Ruins. Whistles the SAD SIGHTS GREET SEARCHERS Who Faced Death in Eescuing Living and Digging Ont the Dead. the SEVEN MANGLED CORPSES FOUXD, Injured, 10 More Hissing and a Property Loss of $125,000 Tells the Story of A CICLOMC BLiSr IK 1HE CROWDED Clir. One Buried Victim Pitionsly ricads for Watt-r for an Hour, !nt Dies Upon Deinc Exit icnted Rev. Father Cancvin's Heroic Conduct reeding Medicine to an Entombed Hoy Through a Hose Two Men Risk Their Li...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 January 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATOfi, THURSDAY, JAMttARt 10, 1888, SATDBEB GIANT. Continued from First Page. Point Sllghtlv Hurt and cut about the head. At the West Penn Hospital are: Maurice RyjCn. bricklayer. Scalp wounds and bruises. Injuries not serious. Goldex. Cut about head and body badly bruised. Not serious. The following named persons were reported lit Central station as missing and supposed to be buried in the rutns: Charles ilcvs, age 35, employed at Wddin'i fnrmeri at Pennslvauia Company's offices; residence, Allegheny PHILIP Gemmel, age 3a. home on Forty eighth street: was seen near the building just before the accident, but was not employed there. Samcel Bnowif, age SO, carpenter, was working on second floor, just above where his father was working, and was injured; residence S Race street, Allegheny. THEPAEAMOUiNT QUESTION Ya There Xeclicecce as n Cnnse for the Dinnaterf Ilrorr Lcc Blazon, Sr., Relates a striking Coincidence on the Point The Building Inspector and Others Intervie...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 January 1889

tHTOgg "tjj- THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, THUESDAT, JANUARY 10, 1889. LIGHT ENOUGH NOW. Ihe Great Hoosac Tunnel, Formerly in Egyptian Darkness, ILLUMINATED BY ELECTRICITY. An Achievement of the TVcsUnglion.se Com pany Astonishes the World. FIVE MILES OF ELECTRIC LAiirS The "Westinghou'-e Electric Company has jut finished the contract of lighting the Hoosac tunnel with incandescent lamps, which is regarded as one of the most diffi cult electric achievements the world has ever seen. The tunnel is five miles long, and is cut throngha mountain ridge, which is filled with numerous springs. "When the railroad com pany decided to cut the tunnel they built two canals, one on each side of the tracks in order to force the water into these channels, so it would run out of the tunnel. They frequently attempted to illuminate the tunnel with oil. gasoline and gas, but the dampness air invariably caused pervading the the lights in go out, and the tunnel was more or les in Egyptian darkness all the jcar...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 January 1889

- - .V: THE PITTSBTJKG- DISPATOH, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1889.- mt Mmlt ESTABUSHED FEBRUARY S, 1S4G. Vol. 43, 'o. 333 -Entered u I'lttsburc I'ost cSice, !toeinberl4, VsS, as stoond-ciass matter. Bu6ln6EsOfflce-97and9B Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. This pnper liming more than Double the circulation of any oilier in tlie Stale outnidc c J Philadelphia, its advantages ns an adver tising medium will br apparent. TERMS OK THE MsFATCH. TOSTAGE FKEE IX THE CXITED STATES. DAVLV DisrATCH. OucVcar. 8 00 DAILY UisrATCit, l'cr Quarter -00 Daily DisrATCH, OncMonth u Daily DlSl'ATCU, Including Sunday, one year 1000 Uailt Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter ... 250 Daily Dispatch, including bunday. one month BO Eckday Dispatch, oncyear. ISO VXXKXY Dispatcii, one year 123 The Daily Dispatch U delivered by carriers at IS cents per eck, or including tbe sundav edition, at a cents per week. P1TTSRPRG, THURSDAY, JAN. 10. lbS9. THE FATAL BUILDING. The ter...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 January 1889

WR5jWW55I THE PITTSBTJJKG DISPATCH, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1889. SPILDilG TALL Ail Important Statement Al)out the Salary Rule. THE ASSOCIATION PLANS. Opinions About the Probable Effects of the Australian Trip. LOCAL GUX SHOOTISa CONTEST. Gaudaur Offers to Eow O'Connor for the American Championship. GENERAL SPORTING XEWS OF THE DAI A talk with Mr. J. Walter Spalding on baseball matters is always interesting and instructive. He has been identified with the national game for many years, and de lights to talk about it He arrived in the city from Kew York yesterday and left for Chicago last evening. During a conversa tion he expressed himself plainly regarding the American Association and the graded sal ary rule. He said: "It seems to me that the Association authori ties are not very clear as to what course tbey will take in the matter. I saw Sir. lij rne, of the Urookljn club, a few days ago, and he inti mated that the Association may not adopt any salary rule this season. The reason of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 January 1889

STILL THEY COME. Powell Clayton, of Arkansas, Would Like a Cabinet Position. HIS FBIEXDS ARE SOT SANGUINE. Jndje Berkshire, Who Named the Ticket, Visits Harrison. HE IS STRONGLY OITOSED TO BLAIXE rr-GoTeraor Torter and General tew Wallace Dont Want Anythinz. Three Arkansas travelers visited Harri son yesterday to boom Powell Clayton for the Cabinet, but thay arc doubtlul of suc cess. Judge Berkshire also visited the General. He is for Elkins and against Blaine. Ex-Governor Porter and General lew "Wallace are emphatic in denying that they are after Cabinet positions. tSTECIAl TELEGRAM TO THE OIsrATCH 1 Ixdiaxafoms, Januarv 9. The South and the storm swooped down upon General Harrison to-day together. Kansas, Mis souri, Louisiana and West Virginia, repre sented the South, and snow, wind, rain, hail, sleet, and all imaginableclemental un pleasantness were mixed up in the storm. The most important delegation was that from Arkansas. It came hereto enter a new man for the race a new man f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 January 1889

: wF:J,,T?WrwPPPFWP5r'3src? jwvif'-iiHiiiii.jpuw.wij, K-aiiimMiv9VtmTi-nrvfi y'vmwgiprPT ?vll&?P&t" 'WIWRfTrHBHlB THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, THURSDAY, JANTTART 10, 1889, . t m A SAD AND SUDDEN DEATH. pitipesps. LOCAL LIYE STOCK. Leading Features of- Markets at tlie Central Stockyards. EXPORT CATTLE IN TOOfi DEMAND. Good Butchers' Stock Active-Sheep and Lambs Very Lively. HOGS EALLT FE01I MOXDATS BREAK OFFICE OP THE PlTTBUItQ DlSIA TCH, 1 ED esd ay, January SL 18S9. J Cattle receipts on Monday varied very little from the previous Monday, the total being 7j cars. The grade of those received this week showed a slight improvement on receipts for several weeks past. While there were a few last wcet of a hicher grade than any received this week, there were also more of the common and low Erado stock The majority of the cattle which showed np this weeK ha o been fair to good batcher stock ranging from 1.2 0 to 1,400 pounds Very few light butcher cattle were among the supplies. Good bu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 January 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, THUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1889. 8 TO LET THEM GO FREE An Application for the Pardon of Mc Clure and Fre Togle, COXYICTED OF BEIXG GAMBLERS. The Snit Alleged to Hare Been Simply a riscker and Only Brought TO COLLECT THE JIOXEY LOST BY QUIXX The TirJon Faiored I? City and Cotrcty Officials and Jlaiij of Our Bust Citizens. An application lias been made for the pardon of William McClure and Frank Freyvogle, recently couvictcd in this coun ty of being gamblers. Tiie prosecuting wit ness was P. h Quinn, Contractor Dixon's defaulting cashier.1 The application is hacked by letters from and the signatures of a number of officials and prominent citi zens. rSPECIAL TELEGUAJI TO TIIE DISPATCH.! Harrisbceg, January 9. An unusually well-backed application for the pardon of William McClure and Frank Frevvogle, convicted in Allegheny county for keeping a gambling house, and sentenced to pay a fine ot 1.000 each and serve a term ot two years in the workhouse, has been filed with ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 January 1889

SMALL ADVERTISEMENTS ' f ttftttln&ft UtoJttftlVh ''''"" KEHfi J or at branch offices till 9 P. M. V F P V J w I ' v)Ev-f-rRT) TEAS. PITTSBURG, FRIDAY, JAITrjAlfe-" 11, 1889. THREE CENTS HETRIEDTlPLEASE. Speaker Boyer's Appointments More Than Satisfy the New Members. A CRUSH FOR LITTLE JOBS. An Expensive Contested Election In vestigation. TEIKG TO WIPE OUT TEE STATE DEBT. An Economical Spnsm Too Much Money Spent on rittburg Senator llclamntcr Opposed to Wasting Time The Juris diction of the Sennto Questioned Six Hundred Appointments Confirm ed Scrnb Women Jitter Places Too Colored Ele ment Recognized Governor BcaTcr Wants to Wipe Ont the State Debt They Don't LIko the buprcmo Court's Govrns. The news from Harrisburg to-day is of a decidedly interesting and chatty character. Speaker Boyer has succeeded in pleasing nearly everybody in making his appoint ments, and congratulates himself thereat. The rush for anything in the nature of a public office is shown by the throngs of ap pli...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 January 1889

IpBjjiW jWlWMBWBllMWWMMMBWWB8MWHMBBvt IWBsMIWMsWMMMslMsMMBsMsMWIHsMMBssMBIHHBBBs f of the young errand bov who lay buried among the ruins of the leather store. Now the electric light went up. the loco motive lights were put in their places, Mr. Flinn divided his men among the of ficials of the Department of Public Safety. Chief Brown, Commissioner Andrews, Sheriff McCandless, Inspector McAleese, Superintendent Gamble Weir and Detective McKclvcy all volunteered their assistance, and in a few moments the work began in earnest One gang was started in the Thoma building, they num bered about 12. The largest gang was sent into the Willey building, about 15 men started in the back of Weldin's store and a similar number went to the front and cleared out the book6. They were all conveyed to Gillespie's store in a large wagon. Everything went along like clock work and with a rapidity that was marvelous. The enormous iron pillars in theWilley build ing, the big beams, and the large cornice st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 January 1889

AFTER THE CHILDEEN. How the W. C. T. U. Will Get the Yotes of Allegheny Fathers for THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT They "Will Carry the Campaign Into the Public School Rooms. TSAIEKS TESTEEDAr FOE PE0HIBITI0X TheJ Woman's Christian Temperance TJnion is about to make a new departure to reach voters, and place before them the mat ter of prohibitory Constitutional amendment The women propose to carry the work into the public schools, and through the children reach the fathers. Yesterday afternoon an "amendment prayer meeting" of the Union was held at their headquarters, Ko. 534 Smithfield street. Owing to insufficient notice the attendance was net as large as it would otherwise hare been. Among those who were pres ent were Mrs. Dr. Swift and Mrs. J. S. Collins, two of the original band of "crusaders," who were arrested and locked up in the Central station for carry ing on the temperance work in front of saloons in 1872. The meeting was opened by Mrs. Dr. Swift, who stated flie object of ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 January 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1889. we mmlt ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1S46. Vol. , Ko, 335. Enured at llttsburg Post office November 14, 18S7, as second-cuss matter. Business Office 97 and99 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. This pnper having more than Double the circulation ofnny other in the State outsido cl Philadelphia, its advnntnccs as an adver tising medium will be npparenU TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOETXGK TEEE IN THE UXITED STATES. DATLT DlSPATCn, One Year. 8 00 DAILY DISPATCH, Per Quarter 20 Daily Dispatch, One Month " Dailt Dispatch, including bandar, one year 10 00 Dailt Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter... - 250 Daily DisrATCir, including Sunday, one month - SO Sunday Dispatch, oncyear. ISO Weekly Dispatch, one year 125 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at IS cents per -week, orlncludlngtliesundayedltion, at 20 cents per week. PITTSBURG, FRIDAY, JAN. 11. 1SS9. TJNWOETHY CONSIDERATIONS. The explanation te...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 January 1889

NOT MLZELL'S DAY. Agaia the Second Auditor Says Plainly That the Private IS SOT TET A PENSION EXPERT. The Veterans' Christmas Gift Causes a Big Lot of Tedious Work. 2C0 EX D TO THE LETTERS THAT COME IN. All Each Claims as Were Urged, Mr. Day's Clerks Ear, Hare Been Fail Private Dalzell's Christmas gitt to vet erans, informing them of a sure hold they had on some Government funds without yielding up a big tec to pension sharks, has eo flooded the Second Auditor's office with letters of inquiry and overworked all the clerks that Mr. Day says twice in a breath that Dalzell doesn't know what he is talk ing about An old soldier employed in the office also shows wherein the Private must be mistaken. SPECIAL TELECKAM TO TOE DISrATCH.1 "Washington, January 10. The claim of "Private" Dalzell, ol Caldwell, 0., that soldieis are entitled to certain compensation under an old law, which few of them had ever received, has probably caused more trouble and annoyance to the Pension and Treasury auth...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 January 1889

-T-7s&&,ypfGt?' 9PNVPrRMnMnpnjHMHj THE PITTSBUKG DISPATCH, FEIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1889. 6 i , - . - ' T '. GETTING HID Eight Clubs Gained For the Allegheny County Leape. A CHANGE IN THE BULES. Hnlholland and Mahan Fisjht Nearly Six Hours at Trisco. A LETTER FliOM SPEIKTER SMITH. He Explains How He Was Bolted at Sheffield. THE BALL PL1TEKS LEATE AUSTRALIA There promises to he greater activity among what is termed local amateur ball this year than there has ever been. There will undoubtedly be among clubs in and about the city, but the great feature will be the Allegheny County League. The gen eral interest in this organization has been demonstrated recently by the exchange of of opinions published in these columns. HoweTer, it may be stated as a fact that the league will be organized and will be strong er than heretofore: at least this was stated to be a fact by an official of the league yesterday. He said: "Wc hare definitely resolved to increase our league to eight clubs. Of c...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 January 1889

1 I iJiPiPPHliiWpypiippiil s THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, PRIDAT, JANUARY 11, 1889. ' ' . T :1 . ; , LOCAL LIVE STOCK Week's Survey- of Transactions at Central Stock Yards. GOOD BUTCHER CATTLE ADVANCED. The Largest Hog Eeceipfs of the Season, but Prices Firm. SHEEP AND LAMBS A SHADE ATEAKEE Office or the Pittsburg DispjTcn.1 Thursday, January 10, 1SS9. J "With the returns for the week all in, it seems that the local cattle rales were 131 head more than last week. Good butcher stock has been gaining in firmness since the beginning of the week, and supplies are well cleaned np, with rates 15c per hundred above those which ruled a week ago. On Monday and Tuesday markets for heavy cattle were very slow, and appearances were that sellers would be compelled to make some concessions on this grade The active demand lor good butcher stock has improved the situa tion all along the line. When the fact that the demand for export cattlo is always very light at this season of the year is taken into co...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 January 1889

!U t " NEW ISSUES FORCED. John J. O'Reilly Tells of His Reason for Business Apathy TOWARD OUR COMIKG EXPOSITION ffhs Lignor Element Indifferent, if "ot Eeallj Antagonistic ttHI PEESIDENT HiRYIOAI RESIGN The state of immovable apathy into which Exposition affairs eeem to have fallen has been somewhat disturbed by the resignation of J. 3T. Nicholson from Cincinnati, and that gentleman's good-humored opinion that Pittsburg could get along without him and, anyway, he could get along without Pittsburg. This apathy seems to be again settling over the scene, and in order to get at some of thejreasons why lively, bustling Pitts burgers should tteat with indifference an Exposition scheme that would not only redound to the credit and honor of Pittsburg as a whole, but promote pi-irate enterprise nnd private interests in every respect an explanation was sought of John J. O'Reilly, a man who voices not only the sentiments of the entire liquor interests of tLe city, bnt is well known among the m...

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