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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 May 1889

l?' f J. tjf t THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH. t j r " SECOND PART. PAGES 9 TO 12. PITTSBURG, .SATURDAY, MAT 4, 1889. A SERIES OFSHORT STORIES By J. Marsden Sutcliffe, ENTITLED THE ROtfMCE OF jLN" INSURANCE OFFICE, Beiko Passages rsr the Expeeiekce op Me. AUGUSTUS "WILLIAM "WEB BEE, Formerly General Manager of the Universal Insnrance Company. ALL BIGHTS RESERVED. An Did Man's Darling. It was the close of market day, in the early autumn, at Chelderton Magna, a thriving little town in the "West of En gland. Most of the farmers had already set out for their homes, -while those who still re mained behind were either looting to their saddle girths or seeing to the yoking of their horses preparatory to their departure, well satisfied with the day's business. For In this year of which we are writing, crops had been above the average, and the war with Bussia had sent prices up to a figure that in these days of foreign competition and cheap food provoke a sigh in the breast of the agriculturalist, T...

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

g-' A $ s9 V&W K- J 1 'AW:'?1 it ThJ3ev'3ts:s- '"r, wasp 1 4 J- - L b B -V- 10 The note read: "Yon Are prisoners, and will be treated as spies. I will bring you tea and haidtack from the hospital." Be tween 8 and 9 o'clock that night he kept his word, dropping the tea and crackers as He had the note. Regulation Army Fare They Trere very hungry and ate with a relish. Mrs. McCaffrey says she has never heard of nor seen McAdams since. The warning, though well meant, proved disastrous, and led to the subsequent mis fortune Between 1 and 2 o'clock that night the two 'women stole ont of the house, and picking their way through the battle field, got five miles out the Bomney road by daybreak. The nights were short at that season of the rear. As soon as it was fully day they took to the woods. Mrs. Ben gough wore a iashionable bonnet, which she took off and gave to Celia, who re mained in hiding while her companion started on a foraging expedition. There was so fashionable millinery in ...

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

t?W -li, T - --J--- ---, 5-&B3 i -,..'; V v , H !M?yi? :rw I -1 3 ' "aj THE 2ITT3BTJBG- DISPATCH, SATURDAY; MAY 4, 1889. THE IAKKET BASKET. Fruit and Vegetables Quieted Weather Influences. By COUNTRY BUTTER DRIFTING DOWN Southern Strawberries in Bonnlifol Sop plj and Lower. DEMAKD FOB FISH EQUAL TOSUPPLT OFFICE Of PlTTSBCKG DISPATCH, 1 Fiuidat. Maya, ISSO. J In fruit and vegetable lines trade for the week has been quiet, owing to chilly, wet weather. Heary frosts have produced a scarcity of asparagus. Everythirg above ground was nipped yesterday morning. Strawberries from the South are in abund ant supply. A good article should retail at 20c Jobbers hare been selling a fair article at 10c to-day. Cucumbers and radishes home grown are in good supply at rates cheaper than last Saturday. Golden wax beans and new peas from Florida are in the stalls. Country butter has been drifting downward the past week. A peddler who pays weekly visits to our markets reports a great abund ance of ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 May 1889

rTw '& np r -v v.' flay rf kk A y ' r i 13 rotes iSdpoetents Many Singnlar Beliefs Traced to Their Original Source BTRAffGB FORMS OP PEOPHECI. The WarninjB to be Read Out of Trivial Circumstances. t SOME SIGKS TO BK DEPIKDED UPON To try to peer into futurity is a human weakness. "We know not what a'day may bring forth, hut we would naturally like to know. To read the sicns of the times, and he enahled thereby to avoid future risks, is an unmistakable sign of true wisdom; hut a great many good people hare neither the skill nor the patience to do this, but are fain to hare recourse to persons who pretend to be fortune tellers, to divination of some kind or other, or to the observance of cer tain signs, which are supposed to be augu ries of good or evil fortune, or ominous of coming events. We shall deal in the pres ent paper with the last of these only, says a writer in the Newcastle, Eng., Chron icle; and, before launching into the some- it what wide subject, take the liberty to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 May 1889

CxJkWtaa i ygjte vcffjisrp PWJgv s l-j f -r TKfc . J' r .. PORTY-rOTJUTH YEAR STARS AJHTBIPES Are Highly Honored Wherever Waved in English Places of Amusement. CHANGE OF SENTIMENT, TMtes and Natives on the West Coast of Africa at War. A COLD SNUB FOE GEN. BOULANGEE. the Bnuntvnny Frenchman Not Invited to Attend the Frlrate View of the Royal Academy Exhibition A Dacal Divorce Case Hard to Keep Quiet A High Flyer Lives His Life in One Tear An Empty Fane Prevents a Shrewd Female Prison er'! Escape O'Brien Sues the Premier for Llbellnff BIm In a Pnblic Speech Mnny Child Murders Committed In Eng , land to Obtain the Insurances. For tome not folly explained reason the American flag is cheered and all allusions to this country meet with applause nowa days in London theaters and music halls. This was not always so. Whites and na tives are slaughtering each other on the Vest coast of Africa, they don't know why. O'Brien sues Lord Salisbury for libeling him in a speech at "Watford. A quadrupl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 May 1889

IsSHMKWNssfBl tWIiHl v - J&- . WJ M rW m ?&J .s "" THE PITTSBURG ; DISPATCH, SUNDAY,, MAT 5, 1889. p I P- THEIR JERDICT. Judge "White Sustained by the Bar Association. AYOTE OF 65 AGAINST 34 Defeats a Request for the Legislative Investigation. EARNEST MEETING OF LAWYERS. Only One Attorney Fashes the Movement to Indorse Shiras. PROBABLE EFFECT OF THIS ACTIOS "It effects nill be disastrous," said a prominent attorney yesterday afternoon in speaking about the meeting of the Alle gheny County Bar Association "disastrous to the plans of Judge White's enemies, I mean," ne explained. "The association refused point blank this afternoon to ask that Judge White be in vestigated," continued the gentleman. "Therefore, when the State Legislature re convenes on Monday morning it trill be told that the impeachment resolutions hare not got the indorsement ot the local bar. In the statement Hon. George Shiras III prepared for the newspaper correspondents at HarriBburg in defense of the impea...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 May 1889

ft" ON BRADDOCK FIELD. The Old Original Tarcbment Deed for Its Historic 328 Acres. AGED, INTERESTING INSTRUMENT, ConTeying the Site of Braddock for a Few Cents an Acre. COPIOFTHEDEED AKD PLAK OF PIAT On Braddock's field, the historic ground where the Father of his Country appeared in battle and began to gain fame as a soldier there have been relics without number unearthed. Venerable resident have from time to time possessed themserres of these, as opportunity afforded. Some times it would be a savage's tomahawk, or again it might have been a Frenchman's rifle, or a British saber. All are held Eacred by their possessors, perhaps to im press upon the minds of the rising genera tion that it was here, on this famous field, that the greatest slaughter of the war be tween France and the British colonies oc curred, and where General Braddock, that noted British officer, was slain, creating a vacancy in the ranks of the British soldiery that could have been filled by none but "Washington. ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 May 1889

1 ' E w KSTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1S4S. Vol. , Ko. 87. Entered at Pittsburg Postofflce, jcovember it, 18S7, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 69 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 70 Diamond Street. Average set circulation of the dally edi tion of The Diipatch for six month ending May 1, 1SS9. 28,051 Copies per Issue. Arerase net circulation of the Bandar edU Uon of The Dispatch for April, 1SSS, 46,143 Cnpfes per inane. - .. i. i v " TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. FOSTAOE FKE IX THE TOTTED ETATES. DAttT DisrATCH. One Year t 8 00 DAILT DISPATCH, Tcr Quarter 2 00 Daily Dispatch, One Month 70 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one year 19 00 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter. ISO Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one month - 90 Euxday Dispatch, oneyear 5 50 Weekly Dispatch, one year. 1 25 The Dailt Dispatch la delivered byxarricrs at 35 cents per week, orlnclnaing the Sunday edition, at a cents per week. ' PITTSBURG, SUNDAY, MAY 5, 1888L Voluntary co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 May 1889

vr S -r$i' &. t5 . :ys T; t TvV' THE PITTSBORG- DISPATCHf SU2TDA1, MAT 5, ,1889. - r . j A ' : : : . I i - TIE -MUSIC WOELD. A Glance at the Good Things in Store for the Loyers of Melody. "WHAT THE PROGRAMMES LACE. Disappointing Features in Both the Mozart and Festival Offerings. GOSSIP GLEANED IX MUSICAL CIRCLES It is not without some reason that the Mozart Club, in the prospectus for its con certs with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, on the 15th and 16th of the month, makes this statement: "In orchestra, soloists and chorus, we belieTe these concerts will be of the highest order of musical entertainment ever given in Pittsburg." The Boston Symphony Orchestra is now unquestionably the finest orchestra in this country; competent judges pronounce it as fine as any in the world. Pounded and backed by the philanthropic Mr.Higginson, artistic progress has ever been its first consideration; expense, second ary; profit, last of all and as yet unattained, though its gross receipts from ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 May 1889

w fn "i ' 6 THE PITTSBtTKG DISPATCH,' : SITNDAY, ' MAT 5, 1889. I GALVIN WAS HURT. i The Old Han Injured and the Boys Beaten. ' SOME YERY BIG HITTING. The Giants Beaten By thePMllien By 11 to 2. ' CHICAGO DOWNED BY THE BABIES. Secretary Scandrett Expresses Hia Ojiinion , of the Home Club. , BASEBALL GOSSIP OP EfTI.EEST I rSFECUI. TELIOKAHTO TBI DISrATCST.J Indianapolis, May 4. There Iwas a handsome crowd in attendance !at the ball park to see the second game in the series with Pittsburg. The home club battery was "Whitney and Daily, with JJnssie substitute, and the visitors pre sented Galrin and Miller, of thei awlul Toice, with Conway as substitute. Tis in dicated an overweening desire by the Pitts N burgers to win another ball game from the Hoosier team. Galvin was hurt when the game was about half played, and Staley was substituted. Indianapolis people may have seen some where else more terrific batting, but cer tainly not on the home gronnd. Nothing, however, equaled It here. Th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 May 1889

giJ-JJSI WjT "IRRSJ I!? 5 -' - vf , ." THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, STODA?, MAT 5, 1889. i f SENATORIAL SUSS, Two Members of the State Senate Engage jn a Hot Discussion Over the ALLEGHENY GAUGERS' BILL 'Charges of Trickery Insinuated and Indignantly Repelled. CONSIDERABLE BAD FEELING RESULTS. Mr. TJpperman Asserts Hli Rights hi nn Allegheny Senator Delamater Want to Explain JJewmyer Enters a Protest Amendment Elections Very Costly The State Will be Asked to Pay Hostllng In tbe legislature Why tbo Pool BUI Was Defeated An Old Battle Flag Re turned. The Senate 'was enlivened yesterday by a squabble between, some of its members over the report on a bill. One Senator objected to its being reported -without his sanction, while another retorted with charges of trickery. A movement is on foot to have the State bear the expense of the Amend ment elections. tFROV X STiFF COnRESrONDEVT.J HAKEISBUEG, May 4. Mr. TJpperman, of Allegheny, is one of the qnietest mem bers of the Senate, but it is not be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 May 1889

v -tr v I I P 8 CAUSE FOE CAUTION. Dr. Tanner Asserts That Suspended Animation is Very Common. TWO EE5IAEKABLE IKSTAKCES. One Individual Who Awoke to Find Himself Being Dissected. IHB RESTOBATION OF k TOUKO LADI. I Ctalm Tint Then b Kg Certiia lest cf Dnth fcnt Decomposition. Dr. Tanner says that cases of suspended animation are far more numerous than are generally supposed. A number hare come tinder his personal observation, in which the supposed dead persons were restored to life. He asserts that there is no certain test of death except decomposition. He describes tiro remarkable instances. Chicago, May 4. Dr. Tanner, the fa mous faster, is is this city. He is interested in the question of suspended animation, and this led to a con venation with him in regard to the case of the young woman, Wilhelmina Stahle, of Jefferson Park, whose body showed no signs of decomposition when buried yesterday, though, according to sci entific tests, she had been dead ten days. Dr. Tanner said: "Th...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 May 1889

Tv 4 vr" SECOND PART, ABOVE THE CLOUDS. tfature and Man Deep in the Heart of the Himalaya Mountains. AN AMERICAN HUKCHAUSEN. female Samsons of the Hills and Their Carious Customs. .pIPH MILES OP COEK-SCBEW OURTE8 f COKRErO"UEICI OP TOT DISrXTCH.J DABJEELING, March 14. In the heart of the Hima layas, in the mijst of mountains whose perpetual snows glisten like dia monds under the rays of the tropical sun, with oceans of clouds below me, 7,000 feet above the jungle where the tiger hides, and al ia o s t' within the sound of the guns of the English troops, who are fighting on the borders of Thibet, I write this letter for my American readers. From my window I can see the snow on Kancbanjanga, 28,000 feetj above the sea, and upon a Thibetan pony I galloped this morning 13 miles higher up the mountain to Tiger Hill and saw the sun gild the snowy summit of Mount Everest, which is 'a full 1,000 feet higher. The top of Mount Everest is. of all the world, the nearest point toward heaven. Fug...

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

TBffy gj"i ' lS- "V-1 "Hrf ' w THE PITTSBTJEa DISPATCH, " SUNDAY, MAT- 5, 1889." 10 lieve that you really lone for death at all." "To that I can only answer that you de ceive yourself." , "No, it a you who deceive yourself. What you Ions for is not death, but change, a change of condition. No truer words were erer spoken than those ui Tennyson's: Whatever crazy sorrow saith. No life that breathes with human breath Hath erer truly longed for death. "What,you crave under the name of death is forgettulness. Yon yourself compressed the whole truth into a sentence when you said, 'To live is to remember.' Tour infer ence was that to die is to forget. It is mem ory "which agonizes you. It is the past which lives in memory that handicaps you, that Jiangs like a millstone around your xeck, and goads you to despair. If you could forget, if you could obliterate the past from your consciousness, you would cease to suner. as not mat truer "True enoueb, bnt without significance. A mere quibble. T...

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

;' J ' mmmts&mi BMP& AND PQETEY. How Will Carleton Was Induced to Become a Writer of Poems by A PHBEKOLOGICAL TKEE AGENT. Dictating His Great Success, Betsy and I Are Out. A POET WHO DESIRED CRITICISM rmuTTSS roB Tax dispatch.; How strange are the circumstances which shape man's destiny, that prompt him to the first move on the line of action that leads to his ultimate success or failure in this world. Who can tell which is the se same which shall open np belore him his sphere in the world, for which he is pecu liarly adapted and designed by his Maker. Should many men of prominence tell the world what led them to start in their pres ent successful career, the tales woulc indeed be interesting. Among the acquaintances of the writer is an excellent gentleman, now growing old. a. poet, phrenologist and fruit tree agent, 31 r. A. S. 3IcCoy, a resident oi the town of Spnngboro, Crawford -county, this State. As lie travels through the country, selling trees, he combines his poetry...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 May 1889

V TOT E -r"t4 if 12 IN THE SOCIAL SWIM. ES vg-re iTt . Is. & ",-. H5 GOOD MAHKEES. Potent Leather Shoes Etiquette of Wed dings An Usher's Dntlcs Flowers for Brides What the Groom Should Wear How to Eat Cheese. rwniTTxx roE tot oisfatcr.1 The author of "Don't" this week answers a number of questions on many interesting points of etiquette, and has a little discussion with an army officer on the matter of titles. Two gentlemen differ as to the propriety of wearing patent leather shoes daring the day lime. Please state U it is good form to do so. C V. L. Formerly patent-leather shoes were consid ered questionable taste at any time. Gentle men of nice instincts dislike all excessively polished surfaces, such as glossy cloth, over pressed hats or highly glazed linen. Bat re cently patent leather has become much used for erening wear. A little book entitled "Hints About-Men's Dress." by a New York club man, recently published, approves of patent-leather shoes for evening dress. Per ha...

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

w 35 HT TK 11 RETOJFSPORTS, Opinions About the Merits of the Various league (Ms. HOME CLUB PBOSPECTS. Weak Hiltin: the Greatest Daiger Ahead of the Boys. COMMENT ABOUT THE SCUtLERS. Britishers Think Searle's Intentions Are a Little Suspicious. GOSSIP ABOUT THE LEADIKG PUGILISTS Eight or wrong, the time has come when ire must talk about baseball; that has to be oar heading theme whether we will or no. There is something amusing in this fact, because theTery people who seem to show their pride of intellect by saying: "You'll lead with baseball, of course. It's baseball this and baseball that," are the ones who nearly go wild it all that matter which, in their immense wisdom, they call "bosh" is not in the paper. Certainly we all must bow to the inevitable and just as sure as we cannot stop the sun from shining is the f act that e must talk about baseball I haTe eTery license to say that there never as a time when any sport or pastime was more productive of cranks or enthusiasts than b...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 May 1889

4i :" HT 14 AUTISTIC KITCHENS. r ...... ... Beautiful Rooms Where the Meals of Miliouaires Are Cooked. AN IDEAL KITCHEN IN PRANCE. Exquisite Appointments and Utensils of the Tandaroilt Eitchen. COOEIXGBJ. STEAM, GAS AKD CHAECOAL tWEITTZX rOK THI BISMTCH. The most ideal kitchen I erer saw was at Fecamp, famous 'or its Benedictine and Benedictines ot blessed memory. . "We had stopped over to take another diligence. The waiting room, which was also dining room, was too reminiscent of dinners past and din gers to come to be tolerable. So, impelled by the natural instinct after a more agree able environment, I reached the kitchen. The change from the grim, weary waiting room to this airy, spacions kitchen, filled with gayety and color, had the en chantment of a transformation scene. The three large French windows were vine wreathed. The range was framed in with scripture tile, and a spit Strang with fowls cheerily spnn before an open fire. An an nex to the range also framed in with bine ...

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

V isg "- ",i ? Ji ?f i. V - "f - .y1 THE P3TTSBUHG DISPATCH. STTNDAT, MAT 5, - 1889.- 15 t? t - CLARA BELLE'S CHAT. Kate Field Well Advertised and Burr Mcintosh a Male Beauty. KEW YORK'S LATEST CELEBRITIES. Borne Stunnin? Street Costumes Koted on the Fashionable Avenue. HYING STEEET MODELS ON PABADE C6BBESrO"DKfCE OF THE DISFATCH.l Nnv York. May 4. The ladies of in tensely fashionable interest have been for the week concerned in the Centennial do incs, and so publicly that their deeds are already in print Let me, therelore, consid er instead several ladies who are profession ally famous, being careful to choose those whose actions are not apt to be mere exploits of self-advertising. For example, how does Miss Kate Field live, move and hart her being? She makes her home in the Victoria Hotel. Her room is a parallelogram in chape, about treble its width in length. The folding bed, with its mirror panels, is stuck about with photographs, prints and cards. Bits of things decorate and c,...

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

9V' nr J- W &' i It t i 16 TOO M.UCH FIGHTTO. An Amateur Agriculturist Tells the Story of His Garden, and THE BATTLES THAT HE WAGED On Insects, Animals, Fowls and Keighbors That Made Life a Burden. HOW A $5 CEOP COST OTE 5200 -i-i.' vmrvi && nrsxTTZK roB tzxz dispatch, i IRANDA wanted . me to plant a garden this spring. Bhe still -rants me to. Miran da is a well-meaning woman, bnt she seems to have an uncon trollable penchant for getting rae into trouble. Bhe doesn't mean it, bnt she does it jnst the same. If she were not so argu mentative I think it would be better both for her and me I am sure it would be for y..... wueu it is not misdi rected. Xow, iflbad her fluent vocabulary and her genius for ar gument I would make myself rich and fa mous. I'd open a law office and charge $1 a minute for talking. Miranda won't do anything of the kind. She simply wastes the biggest part of her eloquence on me. She has been arguing the kitchen-garden question lately until I hare ferv...

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