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

msii w i mrw FTS .- si1; p... 'r -ne. -r - .?:?--- WjpfflfCTTOWrwR?gvf i " 'llMlflLL liLlfM t j A-f "AN EXTRAORDINARY ISSUE. The Dispatch of Sunday next will, be made up of TWENTY PAGES. "Many new f ratores will be introduced, and all ' tho news of the world presented in attractive form. ETery body is reading The DISPATCH. r.ORTY-rOimTH YEAH For Just Twelve Minutes the Son of the President Was in Custody. NOT MUCH OF A SURPRISE. Bussell Had Been Duly Informed What Was in Store for Him. HEDISCLAIMS ALL RESPONSIBILITY For Publishing the Alleged Libel Which Form the Basis of the 'Charge An Ex GoTernor of Montana hworo Oat the Warrant Mr. Harrison Conld Have Settled the Mntter by Maktuc a Per sonal Retrnciion He Refused to do This, and Will Fight the Case to a FinUb Some Terr ContrndlctoryStorles From Those Interested bpley Corres pondence. On complaint of ex-Governor John Schuyler Crosby, of Montana, Bussell Har rison was yesterday arrested at New York and placed under a bond of 55,000...

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 April 1889

?;&-' I'- if- y- TH . PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, FRIDAY, . APBIL 12, 1889. I k r J LITTLE MOW JUGS. The People Who Buy Them at Brew eries Are Very Kespectable. SO SAYS EXjMAIOR EOBT. LIDDELL, Who Gltes the license Court Much Infor mation on the Subject. POKKI EPISODES DUKING TESTEEDAT. One Applicant Who Wis Speedily Conrlncea ana An other Who Was Delishtfully Print Ex-Mayor Liddell was on the witness stand of the License Court yesterday. He gave Judge White considerahle informa tion about "the little brown jugs." Mr. Liddell's statements were interesting. Wholesale dealers generally came up with . the amount of business done last year already prepared on paper, so that the work was much more quickly done. Judge White was particular in inquiring about the jug business, and in many cases evoked promises to shut down on that manner of dealing out liquor. The second day's hearings of the whole sale liquor dealers' applications attracted a very large crowd to- the License Court. Julius Adl...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 April 1889

.: 5j '-- "THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, ERIDAT, APRIL , 12, 1889. Wonderful Show Friday Evening-. The exhibition of the Iron City Micro scopical Society at City Hall, this evening, at 8 p.m., will be one of the most re markable exhibits ever shown in this city. The insight into the invisible things of na ture, as shown by the 50 microscopes, will be one that rarely falls to the lot of anyone, and will cause many an exclamation of wonder and delight. The 60 cases of butter flies, etc, will be a dazzling show of beauty and rarity; and the lantern will show a series of objects making a fly's foot appear as large as an elephant's. A large audience should attend, when the admission is only 50c, and the cause such a worthy one, being to raise funds for the increase of the society's library. Solid Value. Our reputation of being the lowest-priced clothiers in this city has been obtained by always giving purchasers solid value for their money. We can and do undersell our competitors in the cloth...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 April 1889

M5T -1 "-.i- yv. jj Cft' x " It f St" W$t Bipaftlj. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8. 1S4&, Vol. 41, Ho. 64. Entered at Pittsburg Postofflce, Xovemberl4, 1887, as second-class matter. Business Offlce07 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average circulation of the dally edition of Tbe Dispatch far six month coding April 1, 1SS9. 27,986 . Copies per Issue. Average rlrcnlatlon of the Sunday edition of Tbe Dispatch for March, 1SSD, 46,423 Copies per issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FEE! IX THE UNITED STATES. Dailt Dispatch. One Year I 8 00 Dailt DlbFATCH. Per Qnartcr 2 00 Dailt DisrjtTcn, One Month 70 Daily Disfaich, including Sunday, one year 10 00 Daily Dispatch, Including bunday, per quarter. 2M Dailt Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month. . SO Sunday Dispatch, one year. :so Wexklt Dispatch, one year 1 SS The Daily Dispatch U delivered by carriers at 35 cents per -week, or including the bunday edition. at SO cents per w eet. PITTSBURG, F...

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

't -". -v ft V THE PITTSBITHG DISPATCH; . FRIDAY, APRIL ' 12, 1889.' tCOEE IS STILL QUIET. . Ko Siga.of a Syndicate Yet and Production is On the Decrease. A BAKD OF BOLD BOY BURGLARS. The Truly Good Treasurer of Uew Lisbon Only 9,000 Short ALL THE SEWS FROM 3EAR-BT TOWJfB rsrECLU, TZXEGUXM TO TBX SISri.TCB.1 Coxx em.sviixe, April 11. The Courier's coke review will say to-morrow: The coke trade continues to fluctuate! Pro duction and shipments Btiil Tary from week to week, but the general average is dropping slowly but steadily downward. Production . for the past three months shows a steady de cline. Shipments have fluctuated more, and the daily average for March is slightly in excess of that for February, though the production is vice versa. There does not seem to be any assurance of an improvement in the situation before fall, if then. A well Lnuwn operator expresses the opinion that there will be no improvement In the trade dur ing the present year. The iron trade continues flat a...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 April 1889

l fxi 7 v- " J! If 6 TH& PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, -PEIDAY, APRIL 12, 1889. 'y.v WILL WWOI R BUST, Hegelman and Connors "Will Test Little Noremac. THE SCOT STILL LEADS. A Local Bare Knuckle Fight Yester day Morning. PITTSBDBGS BEATEN AGAIN. Old Gakin Merrilj Touched Up Ij the Colonels. GENERAL SPOETIKG SEWS OF THE DAT The majority of people who are interested in the pedestrian contest at the Central Kink, seem to look upon Koremac as a sure winner. Certainlvif poolselling had been allowed there would have been thousands ofi dollars invested on his chance of victory. There is an old saving, however, to the effect that there is nothing so uncertain as certainties, and it may be so in the race in question. At present Noremac is leading, but his lead is really so small that he is by no means a certain winner. Last evening be was only a little over four miles ahead of Hegelman and about five in front of Connors. A lead of this kind amounts to very little in a night and day race. Both Hege...

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

V x f r r S THE PITTSBURG' DISPATCH, " PREPAY, APPuIL 12, 1889. I -; LIVE STOCK EETIEW. Fall Beturns of Week's Transactions at Liberty Yards. CATTLE MARKETS SHOW ADVANCE. Sheep and Lambs in Supply Far Below Demands of Trade. LOW GRADE STOCKERS YERT QUIET Office of PmsBrao DkptchJi TiiubsdaY. April 11, 18S9L J It will be seen from the accompanying report that local receipts of cattle are 300 head less than last 'week. In fact the figures this week show a lighter run thatr any time this rear. Good butcher stock were fully 25c above prices that ruled last week. Stickers did not advance, though buyers were "-plenty and willing to pay full market prices. The trouble both last week and this week has been that the bulk of stock ers and feeders received were of low grade, and this class is not wanted by stock ralsereof "Western Pennsylvania. All of good quality and condition were picked up at once, and many more of this kind would have found ready customers. The proportion of light and heav...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 April 1889

i K s ' ' THE PITTSBTJEG DISPliTOH, FRII)i.Y, AFBIL " 12, 1889: 1 , ' J" jf W" k Tn?DVATJTT?T.T7T?l?TQF! LATE NEWS IN BRIEF. " I A REMARKABLE MARRIAGE. hew, abtertiskments. sew advertisements. , , wbw abtbrtibembots. m Promised by W. D. Moore in the m Conspiracy and Boycott Cases. f VALTJE OP ALL THE TRADE LOST. Hearing in the Matter of Daisj Hutchin son's Alleged Insanity. GEKERAL KEWS OF THE CODET HOUSE Argument in the Brace Bros, hearing be fore Master M.A. "Woodward was begun yesterday. "W. W. Jennings, connsel for the firm, made but a brief address. His argument was that a refusal of the tem porary injunction would not prevent a per manent one being granted, and that they asked only to be let alone. The more im portant question. He thought, was the one of damages caused by the action of the defend ants In the bill. He quoted authorities on this point. He knew it was difficult to arrrre at the proper amount, but as shown by toe statements of the employes and drivers of wagons at...

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

USSisl vjzm 0"jmwn&8Rz?'F- vt? J t' T, :Varr?y -s rr m 1 Transient Advertisements, INCLUDING WANTS. TO LETS, FOR SALES. ETC., FOH TO-MORROW'S ISSUE ' Should be banded lu at tbe main advertising office of The Dispatch, Fifth avenue, up to midnight. ?" !..( rORTY-POUBTH YEAR TIE PI PROBE Is. Inserted By a Senatorial Committee En Route -for " Other Prisons. OPEN, INTERESTING INQUIRY Follows a Brief Spat in Wen Bobbins anOeporters Were Barred. EX-KEEPERCTJERY SWEAES To Several Things Which, When Ex plained by Warden Wright, Are Not So. Bad. LIVELY SURPEISES LAST NIGHT, "When Mrs. Mair and Others Told Some New Situations in the Prison Kaleidoscope. of MOKE INQUIBT AT BIYEBBIDE TO-DAI The State Senate's visiting Appropriations Committee seemed somewhat surprised last night. Its members had" spent he whole day at Riverside. There they had been confronted by ex-Keeper Curry's charges. In trying to sift the wheat from the chaff of a man with a motive they were kept busier than they had t...

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

t- THE' PITTSBima DISPATCH, SATURDAY,. APEIL. 13, - 1889. Lr Tijr? FEEE (TOXES. This City's Cable Eailways, "With Their New Charters, PAY NO MOBE SEVENTIES. Their Predecessors, With Horses for Motors, All Contributed. WHAT CONTROLLER MORROW BATS. He is Looking Up the Lair on the Subject, Which is Doulttol. A HATTER TO INTEREST ALL CITIZENS It appears that cable tailways are of no especial advantage to the city treaiury. They may be a blessing to mankind, they are Talnable in swelling the receipts of the railway companies, bnt it it suddenly discoTered that they will actually cause a reduction in municipal revenue. "Without any knowledge of this fact, a re porter of The Dispatch had gone to City Controller Morrow .yesterday afternoon to ask him this question: ".Will the increased number of can on the cable roads yield an increase in the special tax or license fees from the railway companies?" It has.always been the financial policy of the city government to assess street railway comp...

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

?rw- x y V THE PITTSBURG 'DISPATOH, SATURDAY, ARRIL ' 13, 1889. s JUDGE EWING AGAINST JT. He Advise Commissioners Net to Sell tbe Old County Buildings. f -Yesterday Judge Ewing Trrote a letter to tie County Commissioners, taking a posi tion ajrainst the sale of the county property N otf Diamond street, and giving his reason! for it. The letter is appended: Sjessrs. Robert E. Mereer. Georm Y. MeKee and Daniel I. McW llllams. Commissioners or Alle gheny county. Giktxemen Among the recollections of ray boyhood Is that of a discussion among cer. Sin farmers about the then new Court Souse and Jafl. the building of which seemed to be approved, except that Its location TOtacon venlenLbeinr "about out of town," ana that It -ulneSssrily large." and not likely to be fuUy occupied for 100 years. It had to be enlanred in about SO years. When the Workhouse -was troilt with ..ii.if fm inmates, it was reasonably snrmosed to be sufficient for the requirements it has been enlarged twice ana has been...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 April 1889

tf1. Wp Bigpafrlj. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1846. Vol. 44, o. 69 Entered at Pittsburg Posto&ce, November 11, 1897, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 09 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and. Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average circulation of the dolly edition of The Dispatch for six month ending April 1, 1SS9, 27,986 Copies per Issue. Average circulation of the Sunday edition of The Dispatch for March, 1SS9, 46,423 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOSTAGE TREE XS THE UNITED STATES. Duly Dispatch. One Year f 8 00 Daily DISPATCH, Per Quarter SCO Daily Dispatch, One Month. D Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one -year. 10 00 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter. 2 SO Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month CO Srcday Dispatch, oneycar 2 0 WeekltDisfatch, one year. 1 S3 The Daily DisrATCH Is delivered by carriers at IS cents per week, orlnclndlngtheSundayeditlon. at 50 cents per week. PITTSBURG, SATURDAY, APR. 13, 18S9L TWELVE PAGES TEE PEKI...

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

" ..,' f' -5' 'THE ?ITTSBtfHQ- DISPATCH, SATXJEDA,' APKEtf -13, 1889. ! - .' V HIKED GOLD MJND. A Lucky Buckeye Youth Excavates a Box of Ancient Coins. PAKIC CAUSED BY A MAD CANINE. Wind and Lightning Do Considerable Dam age to Property. ALL THE KEWS FROM KEAEBI TOWNS " tSPICIJLI. TSLXOKAX TO THS StSPJLTCH. Tiffik, O., April 12. To-day while workmen were engaged in the excavation for the Brewer pottery in the Highland ad dition, just north of this city, a rust-eaten iron box was unearthed. It was iound buried on the limestone rock eight feet below the surface and was covered with a large flat stone. It was broken open and found to contain a large quantity of .old and rare gold and silver coin, all bearing dates prior to 1810. Host of the coins were English and Spanish, though a few were American, ''French and German. The box was found by a lad named Ostervolt, who will be nearly $500 richer. As the site ol Fort Rail, of 1S12 fame, is near where the box was found, it is thought that ...

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

-Sy. 6s k GREAT SURPRISE, . Noremac Breaks Down and Hegelman Canses Big . EXCITEMENT AT THE BINK. Eesults of Exhibition Bail Games East and West. CINCINNATI DOES US UP AGAIN. Btalej Pitches Wild and the Bed Legs Pat Up & Good Game. GEKERJLL BPOETIKG NEWS OP THE DAI There was a great surprise in the pedes trian contest at the Central Rink yesterday. Xoremac suddenly collapsed early in the morning and Hegelman went to the front A short time before noon the record was: Hegelman, 403, and Noremac, 388. This caused the wildest excitement among the people who watched the race during the 12 hours' of daylight Hegelman was going like a streak of -lightning. Sud denly Noremac became sick and left the track. At, this unexpected turn of affair there .was the wildest consternation. Charges of foul play and swindling were bandied round lreely. Groups of spectators were arguing themselves black in the face as Hegelman took the lead and increased It mile after mile in Noremac's absence. Intere...

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

-"V s :'e MYSTERY OF THE SEA. A Passenger Steamship Discovered Abandoned in Mid-Ocean. MANX HUNDREDS WERE ON BOARD "ffhen the Fated Vessel Lett Port for the Shores of America. AIL OP THE BOATS WERE MISSING. r Tb Agents Believe the Passengers Were Eescued by ", Another Ship. The steamer City of Chester discovered the Denmark, of the Thingvaila; line, abandoned in mid ocean. The ihip was in a sinking condition, and all of her boats were gone. The Denmark left Copenhagen with oTer 700 persons on board, including passengers and crew. The officials of the company cling to the hope that these hare been rescued. The passengers were mainl y immigrants. Sew York, April 12. The news of the discovery of the steamer Denmark, aban doned in midocean, caused the greatest ex citement in shipping circles here. The matter is as yet truly a mystery of the sea, and it is impossible to say whether hun dreds of persons have found watery graves or whether a single soul has been lost. The Inman line steame...

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

-.T it' THE PITTSBURG' DISPATCH,- SATURDAY, APEH? 13, L889. -ii. V Business is better, A Decided Gain at Several Points and Trade Fair Everywhere. EVEN IRON IS A SHADE FIRMER. The Total Output for April One-Third Larger Than Last Xear. A SHAEP BALLY IN EEFI5ED SUGAR. lie General Eltcation u Bcrlewed by Braastreet's. ana E. G. Dun Co. According to the reports .received by Bradttreet't and E. G. Dun & Co. business has decidedly improved at many points. JJearly ail staple lines are showing signs of increased activity. Agricultural exports are larger than for some time. The number of failures, however, is still large. tErXCXU. TELTQEAJI TO THZ DISrMTCR.1 Kew Yobk, April 12. The greatest amount of improvement in the movement of general trade at the various business cen ters, reported by wire to radtreet's, has been shown this week at Kansas City, Cin cinnati and Chicago. At the first named considerable activity is due to buyers of supplies preparing to enter Oklahoma. At most other p...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 April 1889

BB c. ?) - "V-" ;,- W i fp? 'V SECOND PART. NOW F1KST ASERIESOFSHOET STORIES By J. Marsden Sutcliffe, ENTITLED THE BOMMOE OF M INSURANCE OFFICE, Being Passages in ths Experience op Ms. AUGUSTUS WILLIAM "WEB BER, Formerly General Manager of the Universal Insurance Company. ALL SIGHTS RESERVED. in. DB. JAQUET'S SEOBET. VI. Sir. Doggett's home lay among a wilder ness of houses bordering upon the unfash ionable and unpicturesque neighborhood of the Old Kent road. He had a long stretch to walk from Notting hill before he reached his place by the chimney corner, but he forgot all sense of weariness in his self absorption over .the discovery he bad just made. Just as it had not occurred to Mr. "Web ber to connect Madam Jaquet's runaway hnsband with the eminent specialist, so it had never entered Doggett's mind to imagine that a relationship might exist between the great "West End practitioner and the young clerk at the Universal with whom he had a bowing acquaintance. There was nothing in ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 April 1889

-fT, 10 BAILROAD FREIGHTS, A Problem That Some People Coa sider Yast and Complicated. THE P. KrE.'S $19,000,000 SURPLUS Regarded as a Prudential Reserve to Bear Grievous Burdens. LATHAN AGAIN DEFENDS THE C0MPAHT To toe Editor or The Dispatch: . As a true journalist 70a are willing to give one a fair hearing, although you may not agree with him. This is shown by your insertion of my article in last Saturday's Dispatch, and by your editorial accom panying it, and your spirit of fairness is my warrant for Tenturing to solicit your further audience. My object in discussing is never merely to win, a triumph; it is to arrive at truth and to attain justice. In all I propose to say about railroad freights I want to de velop correct principles of action, and to find a proper answer to the question, "What are you going to do about it?" Tbe problem is vast and complicated, and no one can nave any conception of It, except as he actively engages In tbe attempt to solve it, or diligently studies ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 April 1889

T "mq$$r fi-; !nif THE MARKET BASKET, V Garden Staff ComiDg Within Beach - of the Average Consumer. FRESH CAUGHT FISH IN PLENTY. Choice Country Butter in DemandPoul try Very Scarce. FLOEISTS AEB FORCED TO HUSTLE Office of Pittsbttbg Dispatch, 1 Feidat. April 12, 18K9. At frnit and TegetabU stalls everything is reported cheaper than last -week, -with the exception of sweet potatoes. Sonthern strawberries come in freely, and are retailed at 25c to 35c per quart. Lettuce and asparagus of the very best quality are coming to the front in supply ample for all demands at prices low er than last week. Tomatoes are scarce and firm, but prices are unchanged. Trade in the lines of new garden stuff has been fair all the week, but there has been noth ing akin to a boom. A leading dealer at Dia mond market said: "We hare no reason to complain of business this week. If the weather prophet will only be kind to us on Saturday, trade for the week will be all that we could reasonably expect." In the l...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 April 1889

' r- J 12 THE PITTSBTTEG- DISPATOH, SATTJBDAY; "APEIL 13, 1889. j THE JUG PAID BEST, And Brewers and Wholesalers Who Caressed it Showed Gains. THE TOTTERS' CLAY AND BUCKETS Seem to Hue Been Liked Better Than Kegs ly Many Consumers. SO DECISIONS FOE OYER A WEEK YET At the conclusion of yesterday's session of the License Court, Judge White stated in the most positive terms that no announce ments would be made by the Court before Monday, the 22d insL, and when the an nouncements are made theywill all be to gether. The interest in yesterday's session seemed to center on Winters Bros., of the Soutbslde, who. It was expected, would cet a rough handling; but, contrary to expectations, that firm went through unmolested and made a Tery good showing. Wainwright A Co brewers, were thelrst ap plicants. Last rear's business was (400,000, and their bottling business was an important fea ture. They bottle their own beer only. Judge White said he was inclined to consider them farorably. Frauenheim ...

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