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

SM.LL ADVERTISEMENTS tm PBpnxfi For to-morrow's DISPATCH can bo left at main office till midnight or at branch offices till 9 P. M. mW1k I rS ASM-MID MhO - - ?1HB C5 W I Li I A11 havinE' houses to Let can ""- jLL 9 -jLV LI VEr' lr reach the best tenants through the M T '" fjg Wr'W VJ Columns of THE DISPATCH. f FORTY-THIRD YEAJL E Kauffman Opposed to Passing Appropr.ation Bills With out Debate. A BILL TO DOWN THE L.&O. Eepresentative Lemon "Wants the Blue Laws Amended. A NUMBER OF SEW BILLS IXTEODUCED. Mr. Knuflmann's Motion oo Appropriation Bills Considerable Opposition to It The Bine Lam to Be Amended Old University Building to bo bold A Moigue for AUesbcnjr County Draio Presents llis American nag Kesolntlon Pittsburg InMltDtlona Kcmcmbercd in the Appropriations. A large number of bills were introduced into the Legislature yesterday, many of them of local interest. Among the bills introduced was one making it an offense to incite to crime, aimed at the agents of the Law and Ord...

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 January 1889

po- ijvmtw "fstwip 2 . THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, ' JANUARY 12, 1889. ' ' " "? GIVING UMTS DEAD, The Benmant of the Storm's Wreck Yields 16 Bodies, WITH POSSIBLY MOBE. Bard Work Recovering Eemains of Dr. Read and Young Carroll. SCENES MD INCIDENTS TO NOTE. The Funerals of Some of the Victims Held Testerday Afternoon. IH INQUEST AXD ITS INDICATIONS In spite of the continuous cold, raw air yesterday morning the number of spectators around the scene of the fallen ruins on Dia mond and "Wood streets were as large as ever. At an early hour Mr. Flinn and his gang of men, who had done such efficient work during the entire night left the place, after completely clearing out the cellar of the "Willey building and the rear of trie south part of "Weldin's store. These men had discovered the bodies of five more victims of the disaster, viz.: Albert Goettmann, Charles McKeown, George Blendinger, Leonard Schiffhauer and Dr. James L. Bead, the latter being taken out about 6 A. 31. Blendinge...

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 January 1889

THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, , 1889. h& U &SDisplay adicrtisemcnls one dollar per square for one insertion. Classified advertise ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale, To Let, rtt, ten cents per line for each inser tion, and none taken for less than fifty cents. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BRANCH OFFICES. For tho accommodation of the public, Branch Offices have been established at the following places, where Want, For Sale, To Let, and other transient advertisements -will be received up to 9 P. M. for inser tion next morning: Advertisements are to he rrepald except -where advertisers already have accounts vrlthTnsDlB- J'ATLII. 1TTTSBUKU. THOMAS ICCAFKKE, 3i,9 Butler street. E.MIL G. fcTUCKKY. S4th street and Penn ave. E. G iTCCKEY A CO., Wjrlle avc. and Fulton St. . faTOKELY. Fifth Avenue Market House. EAST END. J W. WALLACE, 6111 l'cnn aTenue. OAKLAND. MCALLISTEK feHEIBLEIS,5thav. 4 Atnood sU EOtrrnsiDE. JACOB SFOIIX. No. : Carson street. C11AS. feCHWAKM,...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 January 1889

THE -PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1889. BiWfc ije LSTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1616. VoL 43, No, 3M. -Entered at Pittsburg Ijst offlcc, November It, 1S87, as seoona-class matter. Business Office 97 and99 Filth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street This paper hating more than Double tho circulation of any other in the State ouulde olPhlladclphia, Its adTantngcs as an adver tising medium will be apparent. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH rosTACK ritEi in tue united states. Daily Dispatch, Due Year. J 800 Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter 100 Dailv Dispatch, One Month W Daily Dispatch, including Sunday; oae year 10 00 Daily Dispatch, including Bunday, per quarter 250 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month M Eckday DisrATCH, oneyear 150 Weekly Dispatch, one year 123 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at 15 cents per week, orincludingthebuuday edition, at SO cents per -week. PITTSBURG, SATURDAY. JAN. 12, 1SS9. THE PEBENIOAL QUESTION. The introduction o...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 January 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1889. THE FUTURE HOPEFUL Easiness Continues Rather Stagnant, But ttradstreet's See A VEBY FAVORABLE PROSPECT. Speculation in Abeyance Dnrinjr the Big Eailroad Jleetinj. BARRE1TS SUGAR TKUST DECISION Will naTC Xe remanent J fleet. According to E. G. Sua & Cl's Kciicw. Reports to Bradstreet's show the trade is generally dull. This, however, is natural at this season, and an improvement is ex pected. The railroad meeting quieted spec ulation. "Wheat and grain are somewhat lower. K. G. Dun & Co do not look for any marked decrease in the price of sugar. tSrECIXL TELEGRAM TO TUt DISPATCn.1 Xew Yoke, January 11. Although special telegrams to Bradstreet's from lead ing trade centers do not indicate any very general improvement in business, dullness is the natural accompaniment of annual stock-takinc, and the reaction from the pe culiar activity of the holiday season now is merely a wholesome development. It is yet too early for widesprea...

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 January 1889

6 THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1889, ':? y - i - &r r -iTTBri.Mir r it ABQUTTHERU IRS, Jdlin loomis Talks of Eastern Tracks and Horses. AN EXTBAOBDINAEY EAOE. Nearly 300 Entries for This Year's Futurity Stakes. SOME LOCAL BASEBALL MATTERS. Sullivan and Kilrain Likelj to Agree on a Stakeholder. MORE ABOUT SPBIXTER SMITH'S DEFEAT John Loomis, the well-known poolsellcr of this city, returned from Sew York yes terday morning. Mr. Loomis has had a busy time of it down East, and iras brimful of information yesterday regarding the Eastern tracks, running horses in general and the jockeys. Daring a conversation with a representative of this paper lie said. "I severed my connections witli Price fc Co. about two months ago. Since then I have been doing business on my own account at Gntten berg and Clifton. The g?me at both places, however, is a hard one to beat, but there is really as much money at each track as can or dinarily be found in circulation at any of the big tr...

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

THE MARKET BASKET. The Lull That Follows Holidays Kow on in Mail Trades. PEDIT AND VEGETABLES GO SLOW. An Active Demand for Fish, Oysters, Poul try and Flowers. APPETITE FOS GAME ON TEE TVAXE OrricE or Pittsburg dispatch. J Friday, January 11, 1SS9. J The lull -which always follows holiday trade is fully on as retards retail trade for market basket materials. "Shadow and shine is lile." Through the closing -week of the dead year and the opening week of the new, tradespeople had a fair share of tbe shine. This has been a week of shadow, not only in trado lines, but as regards tbe terrible calamity which has befallen our city. The calamity be fore which all classes stand in awe, and which has brought sorrow and anguish into many hearts and homes, has also bad its effect on trade. The uniform report which is heard from dealers in meats, fruits and vegetables is that the week's trade has been very slow. The spring-like weather has, no doubt, had the effect of restricting demand in many ...

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

'VWW TiBBWWiHHHPRIiSBHMfl'tll'lflBKB'BIBfiHM'MHBBHMBtlBMHBBSHiMMitfBBBMBBHBMttMMBBMjaigiTtii mfflwirtniBraariiiiii7iiMiEiM.jiiiii.aii..iii mi miimh mm. ,!, ii.m.j " i . ., -: KEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. IMWilWWMIWWWM.wM .. ...-,, m .. . . ,. i ..-. - .fcM. ,M W..1..MWIWWWWWKI. i .. I . - - - - . l WW W,.....AMJSM,I.M.,IW1I I I I - A BIG B.&L. FINDING. That Defunct Merchants and Mechan ics' Association is Revived. BOfiROWIXG SHAREHOLDERS HELD As losers, Together With Those Who Could Rot Desert the Ship. . JfO LIABILITI FOE PEEMID31S BI THEM John Bodgers, assignee of the Merchants fend Mechanics' Building and Loan Asso ciation of Allegheny, vs Henry Brooks et 'al., is the title of a suit which has been lieard at great length before the Master, John H. Kerr, Esq., and Mr. Kerr has com pleted his report in the case. It is of en grossing interest to all members of such as sociations who have any suspicion that their affairs are not w...

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

' FORTY-THIRD YEAR. A Wave of Bloodshed Sweeping With a Resistless Rush Over England. THE POLICE POWERLESS. An Epidemic of Burglary Also Wor rying the Detectives. MATTERS AKD MEN IN EUROPE. liord KackTille'a Explanation Printed It Fall Very Flnt The Toiles Exnlt Be ennee the Tarncll Fund in America is Growing Less Edward Harrlnjtton Sub jected to the Indignity of Having Ilia Luxuriant Mnstncfae Shaved Off The Queen ol Beleinm and Her Dnughtcr Embark in Business as Publishers of nn Aristocratic Magazine teleamcr Stew ards' Fees Denounced as Too Extor tionate. Harder is the fashionable thing just now in England. The success of the White chapel fiend in eluding detection has spurred many imitators on to emulate his awful crimes. As the police and detectives seem unable to obtain any clew to the per petrators, it is suggested that younc Britons be trained to tell the truth, so that when they do murder they may go straightway and tell of it. Tories are exulting because the Parnell fund i...

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

fT ! A EOT YARD In Contemplation as a Big Gobble for the P. & L. E. ALL THE SOUTH CHAMEL Of the Ohio, Six Miles Along Neville Island, to he Reclaimed WHEN UNCLE SAM SHOTS IT OFF. A Comprehensive Scheme to Get the Cheap est Plat Xear Pittsturg. WHAT ATTOBKET SHAFER SATS OF IT A little the largest movement yet de veloped in the railway and real estate circles is now on foot, and it is no less than the conversion of 150 acres of Neville Island and all of the south channel of the Ohio river for six miles into additional yard room for the Pittsburg and Lake Erie Kail Tray Company. It is, with extensions, the same project once attempted by J. H. Mc Creery, but they are not "Wud McCreery now." Noah "W. Shafer, Esq., is attorney for the islanders interested, and as soon as a meet ing of the railway authorities can be ar ranged, activehostilities will be inaugurated. Mr. Shafer states that there appears to be nothing in the way that is at all discourag ing at present, except that some of...

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

irEisa mM FT -3v. "Vl , YiV- THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JANUARY . 13, 1889. 3k jL ffi22EfisB2i IN EVERY DEPARTMENT THIS WEEK Uncus fc Hacke Offer Many Spccla Bnrcalns. In silks, one lot of 24 colorings of moire Irancaise and satin stripe at 75e per yard. These are beautiful goods and are now sell ins: in Eastern cities at $1 25 per yard. Short lengths in colored silks, plushes, yel vets, etc., etc, at 50c per yard. An elegant line of colors ot art work and costume plushes, and at a reduction of 33 per cent. Dress goods, all prices from 12Jc per vard upward. The many plaids, checks, stripes and henriettas at 50c and 75c per yard, comprise an assortment that for value and variety cannot be equaled in this city. The low prices, great variety and excel lent values offered, keep the counters of our black goods department crowded. An elegant assortment of fine French flannels, suitable for gowns, waists, skirt ing, etc, lrom 35c per yard upward. In our cloak department all garments h...

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

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JANUARY 13, 1889. B$pltfj, ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1S1CL Vol. 43, Ac 311. Entered at Pittsburg Post- office, A'ovembcr H, 18S7, as itoond-ciass matter. Business Office 07 and99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing' House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. This paper Laving more thnn Double iho circulation of any other In the Stato outside cl Philadelphia, its advantages as an adver tising medium will be apparent. TERMS OP THE DISPATCH. rOETACE FREE IX THE CMILU STATES. PAILT Disr-ATCR, One Year. f 800 DAILT Dispatch, Per Quarter -W Uailt Dispatch, OncMonth Daily Dispatch, Including bandar, 0n8 year 1000 Daily DisrATCii, Including bunday, per quarter 50 Daily Dispatch, including banday. one month. P0 J5DXDAT DlSPATCn, one year. - 150 Weekly Dispatch, one year J 23 The Daily Dispatch U delivered by carriers at 15 ccnU per week, or Including tueSunday edition. at 2) cents per week. Voluntary contributors should keep copies of articles. If compensation is d...

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

BISMARCK IS ANXIOUS The Chancellor Hastens to Berlin to Direct Matters in ferson. HE WILL ADDRESS THE EEICHSTAG On Tuesday, and Will Strongly Defend the East Africa Bill. Property Owners Will Have to Hustle to Secure Their Titles. MiiBiBaMMiMMgB!saKyiriTi'i'M"'giiBPMKTi!lt!il ' i 'WMMPWisssssraBiggWHi 0?HE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JAOTARY 13, 1889. ' 5 ' . ' FOR THE WAIFS. TPTF TfflTTFQ TN'T A W DUd ,n Co,orBdo KEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. J MEW ADVERTISEMENTS. " M time ago in Colorado, where he had gone to HERE THEY ARE. ' M mi, tjn r f Pornrooa recuperate his shattered health, was buried . . . .. ... . vpv 3 1116 oupreme tOUrt iieversea a ast Wednesday afternoon in the St. Mary's $4frfrt$W4 CM V If llnicSS. S Judgments Liquor Case Giving gJfi&Z ANTIflllF ROCKERS yjTl U F J fy 2fes. ' 41 lasKunzler, an old resident ot the South- llll I IV-- UvUllLIIU 72v lO M rlM SOME POINTS TO THE L. & 0. LEAGUE 8ide" . Those that the people raved about. ' ( SI iKv 1 . Midwin...

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

THE PITTSBTJKG- 'DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JANUARY 13, 1880. y-c T Probable Difficulties Between League and Association. AFFAIBSOFTHELOCALCLUB John Teemer Besolves Kot to Go to Australia. THE SCLLIVAK-KILRAIN BATTLE. Prospects of a Trotting; Eace Among Local Two-Iear-Olds. DETAILS OP GEOKGE SMITH'S DEFEAT It trill not be long before baseball occu pies its rightful position among American sporting erects; in other words, not very many weeks will elapse ere the national ame takes first place again in all newspaper sporting accounts throughout the country. From to-day on public interest in the pre mier sport of the country will increase, until it will, I expect, be more enthusiastic than ever. Baseball prospects are good, and club directors and stockholders are confident of this fact. Before the season opens, however, there are & lew very important questions to settle, which may affect both the League and Association. A few days ago Mr. J. V. Spaldinp, through the columns of this paper, po...

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

E5ESS9E9I Tr'F ' KtOffi' THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JANUARY 13, 1889. 7 -" BEN'S BEST FKENDS Are the Newspapermen Who Protect Him From the Office Seekers. THEI STAXD OFF THE BOEES ly tlie Fear Thej IIave of Seeing the Ob ject of Their Begging Visits DISPLATED BOLDLT IN COLD TIPE. Gen. Harrison Evidently Appreciates the Newspapers' Kindness. General Harrison's best friends aw the newspapers. He doesn't probably Know it just now, though. The reason they are is that the fear of publicity through the press prevents many office seekers from going to Indianapolis to ask for what they want, if they don't see it. rgrrciAi telegram to the dispatch. Indianapolis, January 12. If any man In the world has cause to be thankful to the newspaper men, Benjamin Harrison, President-elect of the United States and head of the patronage-distributing business for the next four years, is the man. Trobably President-elect Harrison does not realize this fact yet, bnt it is so, nevertheless. General Harr...

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

yRwpwPiwpiHPEPiWlHHjIBBHH s THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JANUARY 13, 1889. BOUlASGEffS BREAK. It May Hare the Desired Effect on the Parisians' Sympathies. III3 BOLD BIDS FOR SUPPORT. Germany Improving Her Artillery to Make it Lqual That of France. THE AISEE'S IDEA OP PLEASDEE. Berlin Sciool Children to Celebrate Els Ar-proacaing Birthday. Boulanccr's chances at the Paris election are yet the subject of wasrers in Prance, the letting being somewhat in the General's favor. The idol of his people is determined en his great coup, to resign his present seat and throw himself entirely on the generosi ty of the Parisians. The Panamists i ish to give him a chance to keep his promise to them. The Continent furnishes a fair budget of gossip. fBY CABLE TO THE DISrATCII.3 Paris, January 12. Interest in France centers more and more upon the Paris elec tion, at which Boulanger intends to show that he is stronger than the Republic. Prenchmen who bet are inclined to back the General, but I incli...

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

fnSjfi I Ml ..I i I TifMffi?5IR.aEia THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH SECOND PART. PAGES 9 TO 16. NTEAiDTHEEECOED. What the Great Congressional Journal Will be for 1889. SOME CHANGES IN THE STAFF. Specialists to Dish Up the Disorderly Doings in the House. SO EXPENSE TO BE SPARED, AS USUAL rwKITIEN FOB TIIE DISPATCH. 3 In the Dome of the Capitol at Midnight at al late hour. J ASHINGTON, v.w A pssesscs sa I Bthing more in- PT)- s kg fc teresting to one fr-B t u r e perhaps than its extensive offices of its Con gressional Rec ord. This paper never opened the year with bright er prospects than it does now. Its age now begins to give it a solid ity, which, as a young squint ot a journalistic venture, it did not heretofore possess. For its coming year, it will therefore be bright, breezy, racy, fresh, gossipy and still instructive in a high degree. While catering Jo the tastes of the careful student, it will also bubble over this year with parenthetical "laughter," and "prolonged laughter" will be ...

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

- 'PTFT.r yl mmz? .VJ1 wvwwxmwvmmmmmwm THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SUKDAT, JANUARY 13, 1889. 10, i I i then he realized that he was in a sense a wooer, because at the dinner of the previous evading, at the Dallas cottage she had nei ther allowed his claim of connubial rela tionship, nor vet utterly rejected him. She had successfully repulsed him, but without driving him far away. No earnest talk had occurred between them, and so Pootle, feel ing like a snitor, sought to avoid an exhibi tion of himself which, he was bound to real ize, would -not be romantically winsome. He felt, when safe in his compartment, that lie had discreetly escaped a disaster. The "Widow Gansett joined the two Dal lases, and at the same moment Winston Dallas sauntered up. "Winston was gay in a cap and sack of widely striped blue and white, and an embroidered shirt and white flannel trousers as other features of an ag gressively fashionable seaside toilet. Around his waist was wonnd a bright scarf, and he walked ...

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

THE "PITTSBTJRG- ' DISPATCH,' SUNDAY, JANUARY 13, 1889. U CAEDfGFOKOUEBOTS 'Training Children for Perennial Health and Serene Old Age. TTEST POINT TOILET DISCIPLINE. Shirley Dare's Toints on Dress and Personal Appearance. 6ISTEMAT1C TBIKIKG IN HANNEE8 rWMTTXN TOTS. THI DISrATCH.J YIDEKTLYtoaman who has lived as a man ought, death in the ful ness of years, followed by cleanly and Chris tian cremation, should have no horrors. In the refined Japanese wording, he only "changes his worlds." But there is a horror indescribable in the breaking np which pre cedes it, in the disabili ties and corruption of old age, which, upon near view, reconciles one cheerfully to quick death in mid life. There is no need of deformity, infirmity or age. Die we must, and find the curse changed to a privilege, but live, heavy with imbecility and disease, we need not. Age is the penalty of physical crime. Do we not owe it to our children to train them in their bright-eyed youth for a sum mer that shall have n...

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

mwmmmmmmmmmmmmm 12 Bsjy ar iSf 'raj" Society has recorered from the effects of the holiday festivities, and reflects with pleasurable feelings on numerous charitable acts performed in a graceful manner. The incense of cratitude from friends, depend ents and other beneficiaries, forms a pleas ant, vaporous cloud through which to dreamily contemplate the fashionable events -which crowd thickly and hurriedly until Lent calls a halt, and gives the devotees of society an opportunity to realize that all Is vanity. However, as suggested by the im mortal Sam "Weller, some vanities are more pleasant than others, and society vanities are not without many good points. Dorothea. Social Events. The first reception of the Sleigh Bell Social was held at Battel's Hall Thursday evening. Miss Jennie McGraw, of South avenue, Alle gheny, and MissIEmma Hunter, of McKees port, who have been spending the holidays in Philadelphia with their friend, Miss Sindie Mooney, arrived home last evening. Mr. W. B. J...

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