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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 January 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH. SECOND PART. PAGES 9 TO 16. M'-"! i $? CHIEFTAN AND CHUM. "William Nye Drops a Few Pearly Tears on the Tomb of Colorow. A COLLECTION OP GUILTY STAINS. The Novel Experience of an Advertising lay Figure. A SENTDIEXTAL ASPECT OF F0L1TICS iivjuitex fob thk dispatcn.1 Still at Large. I OUGHT not to allow any fur ther time to elapse before payiug a desprved tribute to the memory of my old frieud and comrade in arm, Colorow, the Chief of the Southern Utes. I will now dOEO. Colorow was not regarded as a great statesman even by his tribe, but he won the faith and approval of his people more espe cially by his pa tient and efficient methods of untir ing homicide. He did not care for the pomp and circumstance of war, for the blast ot bugles, the neighing of red-nostriled chargers or the gaudy trappings and par aphernalia of combat He preferred the quiet ot the boskey dell, the silent night, the sough of the pine or any other sough erer so that he was not included him se...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 January 1889

! 10 ' rapturous little err, and leaving the bouquets in their hands. "You're welcome to them all," she laughed, "for there un't a rose among them, and vonder is a lovely one." She ran to get it, and with her long in halation of its fragrance she implanted a kiss among its petals. Winston suspected this was coquetry, Victor deemed it caudor, and the girl had no thought about it; but the found instant reason to know that it was sot to be insignificant. "Is the rose for ray bouquet?" Victor asked. "Or for mine?" said "Winston. She was between them again, with her wrists resting on their arms, and the rose in the dangling hand next to Victor. He could hardly tell whether her slight lift of the flower was a checked impulse to give it to him. but ber voice was careless when she said: "There is only one of the rose, and two of you. Shall I divide itbetweenyou?" "The whole would be precious. Half would be worthless," Victor muttered. "You have turned the trifle into a token," laughingly, a...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 January 1889

tkpt - M EYELESS EDEN Maintained by a Xew York Bachelor. Who Bevels in Luxury IN AN ORDINARY BALL BEDROOM. Entrancing Effects of Portieres and Many Colored Lights. A PAXTKr OX THE FIRE ESCAPE COEEESrOXDEXCE OF THE DISPATCH. 3 Xew Yoke, January 19. OW easy it is to live luxuriously and cheap ly, even in this expen sive city. I've just been taught bow in one delightful and valua ble lesson. It was learned in a room 14 feet long by 8J4 wide, situated in one oi me f most populous and ex pensive parts of Iew fork. 2ot far from the Filth Avenue Ho tel this bewildering apartment can be found. It costs its proprietor just 5150 a year rent and yields him more than a thousand limes that amount worth of comfort and pleasure. By the merest accident I found myself the other day enjoying the manifoid beauties and luxuries of this domestic Adam's Eden. Sot many women have been so fortunate. Yet all womankind would be better off if they could see, study and profit by the many les sons in the exquis...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 January 1889

P91rHHHMB9flBPnR 12 THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JANUARY 20, 1889. III PH''""" The effect of a warm, summery winter upon society is easily noted. The youngest, the liveliest and the brightest of society's votaries are languid, sleepy and dull to a most deplorable degree. You -wouldn't imagine it if yon refer for information to the chronicle of society events, for balls and receptions, dances and weddings follow each other with their customary regularity. But you would see that there was an air of tor pidity abroad if yon threaded some of the mazes of the intertwining circles of the so ciety world. There is need of frost and snow that the sleigh bells might ring out, that lasses' cheeks should glow, and slug gish blood sweep faster through the heart of man. Half the maidens will marry just to es cape the tedium of existence in a scurvy season out of place, and all the young men who have not married yet will fly to colder climes if winter doesn't come in earnest to society's rescue...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 January 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JANUARY 20, 1889. 13 FOE GOD OE (LESAE. Eer. G. Hodges on Combining Com mon and Religious Duties. ALL GOOD WORK IS WORK FOR GOD. The Christian Should he a loyal Citizen and a Voter. FAITHFULNESS IX WORE AND PEATEE &mu& rWBITTEJJ K)R TUB DISPATCH.! HERE are two kinds of questions which are kept out, by com mon content, and Tery prudently, from the discussions of all well-conducted debat ing societies: Ques tions about politics and questions about religion. These questions are barred out, not because they are not interesting, but because they are altogether too interesting. They are subjects concerning which most men who think at all hare such deciilea ana alert convictions that they do not readily lend themselves to the purposes of social gatherings. Our Lord was once confronted with both these questions at the same moment. There appeared before Him a company, strangely consorted, of ecclesiastics and politicians. And they said, "Whose side are...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 January 1889

14 WHEBEOILISFOMD. The Economic Yalne and Civilizinc; Influence of Petroleum. THE QUALITT OF COLORADO OIL. An Immense Productive District Within the Arctic Circle. THE EAELIEST SEARCHERS FOE GOLD rwETTTEX FOE THE DISPATCH. MOXG the various earth resources which have been brought into gen. eral use within the lifetime of the pres ent generation, per. troleum holds the first place in eco nomic value and in its influence on civilization. It is not too much to say that it has brought lipht to almost every household. To the United States it has been of great economic value, lorthe reason that it has given an increaeof our commer cial products amounting in value to between 520,000,000 to 530,000,000 per annum, in this respect ranking with anthracite coal. It has also been a large clement in our foreign trade. For awhile it seemed that, as regards this substancej the United States would encounter no considerable com petition in the world's markets. It now ap pears evident, however, that th...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 January 1889

1 rsr IRISH FISHER FOLK. Ealing Two-Eyed Beefsteaks For Breakfast at a Country Inn. THE KOBIX'S SWEET SOXG OF LOVE. Impress of Spanish Domination in the Citj of the Tribes. TEE SALMON-LEAPS OF THE COEEIB rcoBRrsroxDESCi or the dispatch. A I, WAY, Ire land, January 7. "An wnll ye be havm a two-eyed beefsteak for yer breakfast, the morn in'?" sang Elie Madigan at the wide open door of ay cavernous room in the quaint old Madigan inn of Galway. I had been lying in my sixteenth century Irish bed in a half doze and dream, hearing a robin at the casemat ed -window flood the winter morning with melodious promise of fair weather. But never sang robin sweeter than came the Irish notes of melodious good will from Elie Mariigan's rosy lips. I sat bolt upright and stared at the happy couple, for John 3Iadigan, tall and clean chaven, fine as a priest and grave as the sly blade he is, stood behind his fair Elie, his two big hands tenderly laid upon her ample shoulders, his lips innocently pursed, ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 January 1889

16 THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JANUARY 20. 1889. IEiT AHD MRROBS. kHabits of Standing Before the Look ing Glass Kot Confined to THE FE5I1XIXE HALF OF CREATION. the First Woman to Fall in Love AVitliUer On n Fair Tace. CIVILIZATION rWTITTIN TOR THE DISPATCH. WHAT rould the -world do, especially the feminine half of it, if there were no mirrors? It Isn't at all likely it would be with out them Ion?. Somebodvwould SL"' invent a look ing-glass, pet it patented, go to manufacturing and make a for tune. But luck ily for those who delight in seeine their own faces there is scarcely a possibility of any person ' monopolizing the business of mirror-making. The industry is too old for that. It began thousands of years ago, and even the name of the man (possibly it was a woman) who made the first mirror is not known. Looking glasses are mentioned by many ancient writers. The Bible contains allu sions to them (see Exodus, nxviii., 8. and JEve J PECULIAR AGEXT OF 1 mw wr'wtiiiHjiutiJ f$.tilr...

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

'.! r .-., y- 3sejax'- f pmfcti t r- i "sJ. FORTY-THIRD YEAH. PITTSBUKGr, MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 1889. h THREE CENTS Mto A jv W " feS i . v TwrFa"v jpmUI) PROHIBITION. The Dispatch Begins a Canvass of the State on the Great Issue of the Hour. WILL IT BE WET OR DRY? .Washington Comes Outfortlie . Constitutional Amend ment and DOFTCABE TOO KNOWS IT. The Gigantic Business Done by the Distillers in This End of the State, and THE EKOEHODS SUMS INVESTED. Interviews With Prominent People, Who Differ in Their Tiews on the Subject. PARTY LINES WILL HOT BE DRAWN A canvass of counties in Pennsylvania is now being made by The Dispatch on the Constitutional amendment question. June 18 having been virtually fixed by the Legis lature as the date for a popular election to decide the matter, it is now squarely before the people as a live issue. Preparations for the campaign are already being made in Pittsburg and Allegheny county. The Special Commissioner detailed for The Dis patch's work began in the ...

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

THE HTTSBlTRG- DISPATCH, MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 1889. DOWN THEY WILL GD Building Inspector Frank No tified Several Owners TO EAZE THIEE MAN TEAPS. Sir Diamond and Wood Street Build ings Must Yet Be Torn Down. DIAMOND ALLEY TO BE WIDENED And a Complete Revolution Effected at the Scene of Disaster. POSSIBILITY OF MANSLAUGHTER TBIAL Building Inspector Martin G. Frank will send notices this morning to the owners of six of the damaged buildings now standing at or near the corner of "Wood and Diamond streets. The notices will give a detailed report of the investigation or the building inspectors, and will order the owners to pull down the buildings. Those who will get the notices are David Gregg, owner of the Robinson & Rea building; S. K. ilah.ee and Mrs. Morrison, owners of the buildings occupied by Weldin & Co.; the Exchange National Bank, owners of the house in which Mrs. McGlone .las her millinery store on Diamond street, and the owner of the Gallinger building on "Wood street. ...

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

TKE? PITTSBURG - DISPATCH, "MONDAT, JANUARY 21 1889: X .SOCIALISTIC WANTS. A Pittsburg Inception of the First Body of Its Kind Hereabouts. KO PRESIDENT, VICE OK SENATE Would be Tolerated in Their Constitution, Nor Any Capitalists, IT -THE GOVERNMENT MUST BE BOSS An American branch of the Socialistic Labor party of Great Britain was organized yesterday on the Southside. The meeting took place at Odd Fellow's Hall, in the rooms of the German Socialistic Labor Society. This is the first branch of the organization in "Western Pennsylvania, and it is a direct result of the socialistic speeches and agitation of Prof. J. Hamil ton Garside. "When that gentleman was in Pittsburg, a few weeks ago, he made several speeches on the Southside in the interest of the Socialistic party. He succeeded in obtaining the promise of several working- men -to start an organization. Yesterday afternoon the meeting was but poorly attended, owing to the bad weather; but those who were there signed their names ...

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

THE PITTSBUEQ- DISPATCH, MOND'A JANTTART 21, 1889. tljje Btgpfalj. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1SJS. Vol. , No. 349. Entered l Pittsburg l'ot o&lce, November it, 18S7. as secona-ciass matter. Business Offlco--G7 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House--75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Till paper bitting more tban Double tho circulation of any otber'ln tbe State onttlde of Philadelphia, Its advantages a an adver tising medium will be apparent. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. postage rscz ih the wited statbb. Daily Dispatch, One Year. f 800 DAlLTDlsrATCU, Per Quarter 200 Dailt Disr-ATcn, One Month 70 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one year. 10 00 Dailt Dispatch Including Sunday, per qnarter 150 Dailt dispatch, Including Sunday, one month. M BOXBAY Dispatch, one year. ISO Wexelt Dispatch, one year 125 The Daily dispatch 1 delivered by carriers at It cents per week, or Including the Sunday edition, at 20 cents per week. PITTSBURG, MONDAY, JAN. 21, 1S89. THE VAKDEEBIIT PURCHASE. The ...

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

t -v?s THE FITTSBTr.R& DISPATOH MONDAY JANTJART '21, j:1889. ,-i i v'1 .- A " 7 ' " ON THE OTHER HAND. Mr. 0. P. Scaife Takes Issue With F. M. Magee on Street Eailwajs. EXPLAINING A DOUBLE DAKGEB. The Parallel Clause Would Forbid a Tiaduct and Allegheny Lines, PEEYENTIKGNEWTRANS-EIYEE EOADS The Lafferty street railway bill has ex cited more comment than any bill yet pre sented to the Legislature. The Dispatch yesterday contained an interview with F. M. Magee, Esq., who, it seems, wrote the bill, in which he stated that the clause pro hibiting paralleling did not affect this city. Mr. O. P. Scaife, President of the Observ atory Hill Passenger Itailway, (the Alle gheny electric line), was subsequently seen, and he takes a quite different view of it. To a Dispatch reporter he said: I am glad to notice the position taken editori ally by The Dispatch on the proposed Ml. In my opinion no more outrageous act was ever introduced into a Legislature. Any one ac quainted with tbe topograph...

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

BASEBALL MATTERS. Some Opinions About "WMte and Howe's Statement. PBES.BIME'SKIND WORDS He Thinks Pittsburg Has Secured a Great Club at Last. MOKE NEW LEAGUE RULES HEEDED. local Amateur Athletes Preparing for Winter Entertainments. GENERAL SPORTING NEWS OF THE DAT The news published in yesterday's Dis tatch to the effect that Rowe and "White have definitely resolved to not play with any team next year caused considerable comment among local baseball patrons last evening. Although it is claimed that the two players in question have made their latest statement in good faith, there are many admirers of the national game who refuse to believe that Eowe will not play with the local team next year. However, friends of both "White and Eowe at various places throughout the country state positively they, the players, mean exactly what they say in this instance. The officials of the local clnb refuse to pass any opinion regarding the alleged ultimatum of the stars from Detroit In maintaining ...

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

-e-wsn-sa?- Jrvv .iPTTSP y: THE; PlTTSBTJftGr -DISBATOH, -MONDAY, JANUARY '21Tr 1889;"' TRADE MOVEMENTS. Features of Interest as to Situation of the Cheese Trade. QUALITY IS GOOD, SUPPLY SHORT. Too Mnch Low Grade Sweitzer on Markets to Hold Prices. HIGH GRADES ARE IN GOOD DE5IAKD OFFICE OF THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH,! SATURDAY, January 19, 1SS9. J The following cheese items are gathered from recent interviews with leading job bers: "While the quality ofXew York and Ohio cheese it above the average this season, the quantity is below the average. Visible sup ply at the world's principal distributing points is upwards of 100.000 boxes below what it was at this time last year. Though there has been a depression and downward drift in al most all produce lines for the past month or two, cheese has ruled firm, and is now, if all Elcns do not fail, on the verge of a rise. With in a few days there was an unusually large sale lor this time of the year at New York for ex port purposes. The amount ...

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

mpr3& fy2 ,-- 3 ! T "- i 8 THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, MONDAY, JAMTART 21,' 1889. , W$r7V ZIKLAG IS AT ASHES! Deyastation of the Israelites' Homes and the Pursuit bv David. A SAD RETURN FROM A CAMPAIGN. The March Homeward to the Golden Cities of Heaven. I0TED OXES BECKOXING FEOM ABOTE rSrECIAT. TELIGRAJt TO THE DISPATCH! Bkooklyn, January 20. The Her. T. DeWitt Talmage, D. ., having expounded appropriate passages of Scripture, gave out the hymn: Who are these in bright array. This innumerable throng. Bound the altar night and day Tuning their triumphant song? The subject of the sermon was "The March Homeward," and the test I. Samuel, xxx., 8: "Pursue: for thou shalt surely overtake them, and without fail recover all." Dr. Talmage said: There is intense excitement in the village of Ziklag. David and his men are bidding good by to their families, and are off for the wars. In that little village of Ziklag the defenseless ones will be safe until the warriors, flushed with victory, come ...

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

."? SMALL ADVERTISEMENTS Y. 1 :HU: Q1L . . ffV 0V1 aW. r?5?v ,IT'SA- I Annavin' Wm 1 For to-morrow's DISPATCH, can be left at main office till mid nightorat branch office till 9 P.M. rORTY-THTRD TEAK. PITTSBURG, TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1889. THREE CENTS J i : I .. .... . 1 'fc. W WH M T V HTK " rTjTZZ ofe, --- --u. xx. . & . n . n ,. - Is the Cry of the Greene County Farmer as He Anticipates the Effects of Prohibition. THE BARN-YARD BALLOTS "Will be Extremely Important Factors in the Present Campaign. THERE WILLBB ATOMADO, And It Will Carry Everything Before It, Either for or Against the Amendment. Wfl'fl WAY IS IT GOING TO BLOW? Everyone Anxious to Keep the Question Entirely Free From Partisan Politics. GREENE WILL BE FOE THE AMENDMENT Greene county may be put down as one of the doubtful districts on the Constitutional amendment hsue. The special commis sioner of The Dispatch, in his canvass of counties on this subject, obtained two ex treme predictions at the capital of Greene; o...

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

i t r r; r If t S f 3 P 2 IT HILL MOT The Grand Jury Specter Rises Up to Haunt Folks, IS SEEN IN ANEW QUARTER, And Though Officially Analyzed, Promises a Resurrection. THE IGNORING OF A PRESENTMENT Where Goods Had Been Abstracted and Were Found Well Bidden. SHERIFF M'CANDLESS TALKS OF IT It came like the tinkle of a fairy bell, very delicate and more suggestive than ex plosive astory that there might be,and prob ably was, more improper influence exerted on the late grand jury than that testified to by Kobert Burns. To get down to the marrow of the con troversy, it is whispered that while the goods of V. H. "Watson, a late Sixth street clothier, were under the jurisdiction of the Sheriff, some of the stock was stolen, and that an information was made before Alder man McMasters and a search warrant issued that disclosed the removed portion hidden in various parts of the building; further, that ten witnesses, or thereabouts, had ap peared before the grand jury and deposed that such was...

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

MK3TBHBeSH?TB tM.Jkaes-M lf szgZ'tgapmx"- tw; -? s K- jW'mf " fVTriv1 mf-ffv-- THE.- PITTSBURG dispatch, - tuesdat; " January,. 22, 1889.'" BiSKSlEfePl i?OR FflENCH FLATS. Purchase of a Stockton Ave., Alle gheny, Lot for an Experiment FIRST BIG APARTMENT HOUSE, And A'ot a Theater, to be Constructed Ij the Purchasers. A SIX-FLAT STEUCTOKE CONTEMPLATED C. H. Love yesterday sold the property of the Tiernan heirs on Stockton avenue, Alle gheny City, 70x240 feet, with an old resi dence building, for 530,000 to D. T. "Wat son, Esq., and K. 2T. Head. The price paid is for the ground, as the bnildings are not considered worth anything as an invest ment The sale is of more than ordinary inter est, from the fact that Fred Parke and other gentlemen have been for some time engaged in the consideration of its eligibility for a site for a theater tor our Xorthside neigh bors. It is also stated that, since the sale was consummated, Mr. Parke, or someone supposed to be similarly interested, had off...

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

WBKBatX s-1 jj. Kjov J A. Sk e THE PITTSBTJKQ- DISPATCH, ' TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, r1889; r I L ft fe I sHje Bpfdj. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY S, IMG. YoL o. 350. Entered at l'ittsburg l'ost offlce, November H, 1337, as second-class matter. BtiBlnessOfflce G7andG9 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. This paper baring more than Double the circulation of any other In the State ouuldo of Philadelphia, Its advantages as an adver tising medium Trill be npparent. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOSTAOE FETE rit Till UNITED STATES. BATLT DisrATCB, One Year I 8 00 Daily Dispatch, Ter Quarter 20 Dailt DisrATcn. OncMontb " Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one year Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter. Dailt Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month 80 Bukdat Dispatch, onej-car. ISO Weekly Dispatch, one year 125 The Daily dispatch Is dellvc red by carriers at 15 cents per week, or including thcsundayedltion, at 10 cents per week. P1TTSBDRG, TUESDAY. JAN.22. 18S9. TH...

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