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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 July 1889

IBCI & J.,Pr v, - t TOcfsr"'ft- trvwTO Lr,2J2l'rv w TbSSBW, - -" -sr-fi y '- 1 TO ? ""F" - w - - - -- -V,- ?' - ' - - . j ' jp. r ' ' ? i . '- t - T- ,ii r t TAKEN BT SURPRISE. The legislative Commission Swoops Down Unheralded Upon the MOUHT JOI ORPHANS' SCHOOL Bepresent&tire Kanffman Gives His YIews on the Institution. KOI EXOUGH TOWELS TO GO AEOUND. Hit Bays in OTerenvded in Bed xnd Toothbrushes Are Common rroperty. A. legislative commission yesterday paid a visit to the syndicate school at Mount Joy. Representative KaufTman finds con siderable room there for improvement, and ii not averse to saving so. A scarcity of towels and overcrowding is held to be re sponsible for sore eyes and cntaneons affec tions. The other syndicate schools are yet to be investigated. Mount Jot, July 5. The syndicate soldiers orphans' school here was taken completely by surprise this afternoon. The commission appointed in pursuance of the notion of the Legislature started out on an investigating...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 July 1889

HSBBBKMBMBgjgMgygjflmprw ? -, ... -.. - ."' - .. , , ..-- .mm -. ...-. t - "'" Pp8 THE JPTCTSBUBG- DISPATQE, ' SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1889 N lilllLL?' REACHERS IN LINE. five Thousand of Them Going to Kashvillo From the North fcWCEKEKT NATIONAL HARMONY. ilBportant- Question of a Delicate Natnre to le Discussed, fctv;A 8PIEIT OP FRATERNAL I0TE ft liZ kh "Worcester, Mass., July B. Albert P. ! Marble, the Superintendent of the public ? icbools of this city, is the President this ..- year of the Kational Educational Associa- , , tion, which will hold its annual meeting in ,-' 'iJashyille, Term., on July 16, 17, 18 and 19. '. Xike all of these summer meetings, this gathering of teachers of the country will bare two distinct objects, pleasure and ..profit. Careful attention has been paid to both features of the plan, and each teach- . er cai9 obtain both at reduced rates. All through the "Western " 7 Btates the railroads hare followed their """ practice of recent years, and hare given , calf ra...

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

gwaiai r$i jgVgswn. -' PITTSBURG DISPATCE " SECOND PARI I M L - PAGES 9 TO 12. f - -- -j 4 A YEKY DULL SEASON Fourth of Jnly Take3 All the Ee niaining Life Out of Trade. IRON AKD STEEL GOING UPWARD. The Prospect for the Next Six Months Is Considered Bright EXrOBTS OP GOLD STILL CONTINUE rsrxciAt. telegram to tir eispatch.i New Yokk, July 5. General trade throughout the country, as reported by wire to Bradstrett's, has been quite as inactive as is customary during the week in which the Fourth of July holiday occurs. Semi-annual stock takings, settlements and a per sistent and widespread rainstorm tended to further check trade. In Texas and Geor gia rains are said to have done some dam age to the crops. Contradictory reports come from the spring wheat region, but no evidence has arrived yet of serious disaster to that crop. The business outlook for the remaining half year is regarded as brighter, with high pricesjmd more active demand for iron. steel, wool and cotton. Bear pressure an...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 July 1889

UKH mass IFWTiTi mm v S yafltfUtf f " t3I' '5 ? 10 her into the servants hall, and laid her down on the mattress.- All were sobbing and crying, for Margaret Came had been greatly leved by those around her. In lialf an hour the doctor arrived. "Is it possible the news is true?" he asked as he leaped from his gig; the facet of those around were sufficient answer. "Good heavens, what a terrible business! Tell Mr. Carne I am here." Reginald Carne soon came down. He was evidently terribly shaken, fie held out his hand in silence to the doctor. "What does it all mean ?" the latter said huskily; "it seems too horrible to be true. Can it be that your sister, whom I have known ince she was a child, is dead? Mur dered, too; it seems impossible.'! "It does seem impossible. Doctor; but it is true. I have seen her myself." and he shuddered. "She has been stabbed to th e heart." The doctor wiped his eyes. "Well, I must go up and see her," he said. "Poor child, poor child. No, you need not nag. X ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 July 1889

WBHBMH" 4' -ur3ainna3rarisgre3ggMcaggyssagMTe i , - i . i i. . . ;i , .I. , - i i - i , -JUS TIANDS JOR TABLE. Retail Prices of Filling for Saturday's Market Basket FISH AND FRUIT MOVING SLOWLY. in Over-Supply of Tennessee Potatoes Cheapens Bates. CHOICE GGS FIBS1, BUTTEB QUIET Office or itttsburq Dispatch, l Fkiday. July 5, 18S9. J Market basket materials have undergone few changes within the past week. Straw berries are ont and whortleberries are in. New potatoes, in a jobbing way, have seldom been as low at this season of the year as they are now. Markets hare been glutted for a number of days witb Tennessee potatoes, and in carloads sold as low as $ 1 25, which Is about double the freight price. Watermelons and cantaloupes keep improv ing in size, quality and quantity, bnt fail to fall in price. Dealers in fruits and vegetables re port a quiet week's trade, but havs large hopes and great expectations for Saturday, if the weather prophet will but smllo on them as be promises to d...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 July 1889

:-y h 19 THE PITTSBUBG- "JDISPATGH SATURDAY, i JXTLY 6, .1889. KECAUTION NEEDED Wo Prevent a Spread of Texas Cattle Fever Through the Country. CIRCULAR FROM SECRETARY RUSK. Stock Comlnj From the Proscribed District tc fce Quarantined. ?THEIB GARS MUST BE DlSLNFICTED "WVashinotos', July 5. Secretary Busk to-dsy signed the following circular of in- ' structioni which trill be sent to the man- Hirers and agents of all railroad transporta tion companies of the "United, States, to OEFABTKEKTOF AOBICDLTUIIE, ( Julys, 18S9. J In accordance with section 7 of an act of Congress, appro-red Mij 29. 1SS1, entitled "An act lor the establishment of the Bureau of Animal Industry, to prerent the exportation of diseased cattle and to proTide means for the suppression and extirpation of plenro-pnen-monia and other contagions diseases amone domestic animals," yoa are hereby notified that conttur.ons and intectloas disease known as splenetic or Texas ierer exists amone cattle in the following- describe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 July 1889

COVERED WIT MS Worth Millions of Dollars, the Shah of Persia is Eairly Dazzling England. HIS VERY PECULIAR WAYS About aa Big a Feature of His Visit ' to the British Isles. BE MJOIS HIMSELF AT THE EACES. X MnnJFoond Who Wonld Giro Over a Mil lion for His Majesty's Jewelry Some of tbe Stories Told of the Persian Monarch lie Meet a Lody Who Yns Too Old Wont to b Introduced to a Different bet of People Tbe Slaughter of Dor Ttsbes Causes All England to Miudder No Fears Necessary neennse tbe North American Squadron lo to be Increased The Government II eld to Its Promise About Royal Dowries Richness of the Johnnneibcrg Gold Fields. Instead of dazzling the Shah of Persia upon his visit to England, His Majesty has turned the tables and is doing the dazzle act himself, the number and value of the jewels he wears being something remark able. His Majesty's personal habits don't Beem to have been much improved since his former risit to England and Germany. A correspondent dilates upon the richne...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 July 1889

It rp-1 ATLOHGBASGE Telescopic Beport of That Yery Bad Baseball Game. SINE STARS SNUFFED OUT. A Large Lens Focussed Upon Popu lar Players From on High. THEIR PERSONAL PECULIARITIES. Ewinjj's Mouth, Keefe's Arm and Sunday's Less in Perspective. DISTANCE AT LAST BRIDGED BISCIEKCE TAB gazing is ever an amusing oc cupation, and when an am tear Coperni c u s sweeps the horizon and blue vault of heaven in the i light of day, the tele scopic aft becomes unique. Many have been tthe great feats of vision with achromatic glasses as an aid; but a Dispatch , representative can lay claim to the most dis tinguished honors yet accorded any of Galileo's followers by reason of having discovered 18 stars of the first magni tude in Allegheny yes terday afternoon. The re were many interesting surroundings which served to verify the importance of the dis covery. Each of the 18 stars seemed to have a fixed orbit, and yet in a most un starlike manner each star described grace ful departures from the orbit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 July 1889

THE ,PITTSBTJR& DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JULY 7, 18J&. , THE EIVER BATHERS. The Best Time to Go in Swimminjj and the Healthiest Way. WHEN IT BECOMES DANGEROUS. TVlijTIany People Drown Whilo Engajed in the Befreshing Sport. SOME INTERESTING TIPS TO SWIMMERS The opening of the river bathing season has been accompanied by the usual loss of life by drowning, and in some cases death by cerebral congestion, caused by entering the water too soon after partaking of a hearty meal. Dr. Hudson Daly was asked by a Dispatch reporter yesterday as to the condition the system should be in be fore daily bathing may be indulged in. He said that the best time to bathe is about 7 o'clock in the morning before eating breakiast, or at night before going to bed in some cases. He further advises against going into the watei until about two hours after eating, thus giving food the natural time to digest. Dr. Joseph Dickson and other physicians being consulted by the reporter, the pre scription to bathers i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 July 1889

SsssBBBVie v wrj1 .!7tBi a S4 ." 9Fjr it T - 5. " jPffiSKeMBjBBSBF K1 16S31 BB 4 m K$ ESfABLlSHED FEBRUARY E 184a VoL. .Ncia -Entered at Pittsburg Postomce, OTeinbcr H. 18S7, as second-class natter. Business Office 97 and 99 PifthAvenue. News Booms and Publishing House75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Eastern Advertising OfQcc, ltoom 43, Tribune Building, New York. Average net circulation of the dally edition of TuxDlsrATCU forslx months ending June 30, 1SS9, 29,492 Copies per Issue. Average net circulation or the Sunday edition of The DisrATCtl for three months ending June 30, 52,660 Copies per Issue TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOSTAGE FREE IS TIIE CXITED STATIS. Daily Dispatch, One ear 8 00 DAILV DikPatch, l'cr quarter 5 00 Daily Ditatcii. One Month TO DAILY Dispatch. Including Sunday, 1 year. 10 00 DAILY DlsrATclMncludlnK sundav.Jm'ths. 2 SO DAILY DisPATCII,lncludinK fcunday.l month 90 bUXDAl Dispatch, One Icar S 50 Weekly Dispatcti. One lear 1 25 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carrie...

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

- . . V " J THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JULY 7, 188& 5 - DIED AT HER DUTY. A Permanent Successor Recalls the Death of Crave Mrs. Ogle. FOILND BY FLOODS AT HER POST. Of Those VTIio Were With UerBut One Body Has Been Recovered. THE DEAD-LINE MAN CAUGHT AT WORK. X Letter From a Kansas Farmer Who Wants a Wire FromJohnsUwn. The appointment of a accessor to Mrs. Ogle recalls the story of how she staid at her post of duty until the flood swept her away with her companions, and the line man, who was caught at his work on too of a telegraph pole. The Burenu ot Information has re ceived a letter from a, Kansas farmer who want for a wife a girl saved from the flood. The State officers are leaving the town. rrnoM a staff connEsroxDiXT.i Johxstow-x, July 6. Superintendent Uowe, of the "Western Union Telegraph Company, has appointed Mr. S. W. Kirk manager of the company at this point. Mr. Kirk was formally manager at Connells ville, Pa., and is one of the best men in the Western Union ser...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 July 1889

pi3BBMpKaB!MraBBHSHMHjM -wjt - 5-ff7?fwi -urwvp? 'Tyf?-' z'TWifsm 1st 6 PLEDJT LAST, lEowe and White to Join the Pittsburg Clnb. IMAY PLAY T0-M0BB0W. "Pitcher Dnnning Gets His Release- Conway is All Eight. I EESDLT OF CODNTT LKAGDE GAMS More Challenges to Play Matches for Good Stakes. GENERAL BASEBALL NEWS OF THE DAI It will doubtless be interesting to patrons of the local clnb tb know that the "White and Howe difficulty has finally been set tled, and that the two players named will join the Pittsburg team at New York to morrow or Tuesday. Manager Phillips stated last evening that since "White was here negotiations have been going on with ex-President Stearns, of Detroit, and that everything has been satisfactorily arranged. At any rate, Messrs. White and Eowe wired to Presi dent Kixnick yesterday to the effect that they wfll join the clnb at New York as stated above. THE TEEMS OF SETTLEMENT. The local officials refuse to state what the terms of settlement are, bnt it is understood ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 July 1889

'4 A -HIDDEN TREASUEE. i The Romance That Das Excited a Part of Huntingdon County. OVER $7,000 IN GOLD NUGGETS Unearthed From Its Resting Placo Under an Old Oak Tree. THE "WILL OF A COLORADO COXYICT. lie Bfqneathes Eii Concealed Store to the Warden mi His Father. Eleven years ago James Hoover buried 7,6G6 in gold beneath an oak tree in Porter township, Huntingdon county. He was afterward imprisoned for life in Colorado, on a charge of murder. He died a month ago, and revealed the secret to the warden, instructing him to seek out his father and divide the money. The money has just been recovered. tSrXCIAL TZLEOEAM TO THE DISPATCU.l Huntington. Pa., July 6. Carter township, this county, is in a fever of ex citement over the finding of a buried tr-is ure, consisting of gold nuggets worth $7,G66, by Warden Hoyt, of the State Penitentiary, at Canon City, Col. The "Warden got a tip of the hidden wealth from a life convict, but recently dead. About 15 years ago, James Hoover, a resident of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 July 1889

EEBS msa "WS THE PlTTSBimG- DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JOLT 7, 1889. r r- IN- YERY FINE FORM, "Gladstone Talks Vigorously Dpon the Only Topic in His Mind. IBIS FAITH IN GOOD AMERICAKB. . Sirs. John A. Logan Enthusiastically Ap plauds Ills Remarks. 'JJATITT'S PLUCK IJiPKESSES EYEEIOKE fBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH.'' London, July 6. Copyright. Glad Stone was in flue form to-day, at Sir Edward Heed's, in Hartington Gardens. He went there to have the freedom of the city of Car diff presented to him, made a fine speech to the Mayor, and then sat down to lunch with about 40 guests. The Grand Old Man has only one idea, and, of course, talked about Ireland when the lunch was over. His speech was unusually fine, and was ap plauded with especial vigor by tne 20 women present An interesting point was when he alluded to the comfort which he derived lrom the support of fair-minded nations, and particularly of the United States. Un ioriunatly, a certain imbecile class of weak minded, toadying Americans who c...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 July 1889

v. L THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH. SECOND PART. PAGES 9 TO 16. IN PHAfiAOffS LAND, Bow Ihe Shylocks of Europe Are Bleeding Ihe Egyptians. FARMING TAXES $9 PEE ACRE. A Telephone to the Sphinx and a Hotel at the Pyramids. THE HEAL ESTATE BOOMS IN EQTPT TBOM OUB TSAVXLXXO COVUISSIOXKS. CAIRO. Egypt, Jone 2. Modern civilization is mat ins rapid strides in the land of Egypt. The young giant of 41, a TT.-c wlift.. Iffh. Ifflll I flfWl ? ing palm is reaching VsXuJk7 " ont toward Japan, China, Korea and the lands of South Asia, has already a .A.ifT frrin nn this 5 5rCjAji birthplaceof history, N Siilillfi::S. and the Egypt of the past has days that are numbered. Alexandria has long since arisen from the ashes of the bombardment of seven years ago, and it is now the size of Cleveland or 'Washington. Its buildings are European rather than Arabic and its streets have French names. Cairo, the city ol the Arabian Nights, is fast becoming a city of Parisian nights, and the Mohammedan call to prayer is ...

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

sShH i3SK! fcf' L 10 i the Old World to share the hardships :,the new: but the Teckless soldiers, traders adventurers "took them so-called wives i the West Indios and Caribbean Jands. women often as wicked and dancer- bin as ther were lithe and beautiful. Dona Hortense felt with all a woman's sensitive- sets to such surroundings the unuttera- lfcle sufferine which might come to 1'au 'line de la Chasie on account of her falling .Unto the power of Captain Cortes. True, .iCortes was apparently an exception to tne general rule among the men of Pensacola, so far as she knew. He had never consorted -with the most vicious even of the officers, and his life had appeared to be clean and noble. Still the danger seemed great; and besides she had taken Pauline at once into her heart as her child, and felt for her all the suddenly kindled solicitude and tenderness that such a relation under such circumstances could not fail to engen der in a breast so long deprived of every softer experience so ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 July 1889

A . ' .iiiiiiHiiniai , . . -im.i.iT-'ruHIIM MJgT4iBBBWPsjiBijSaHsMHlBPsaL5Ssis She music world. A Brilliant Fntnre Confidently Ex pected for the Mozart Club. A LITTLE AKCIENT HISTORY. Inansnration of a Grand Campaljn for Kext Season. HEWS OP ODE LOCAL JIUSICIAXS The attractive little pamphlet just issued by the Mozart Club tells in pleasant fashion the interesting story of the club's growth from a Ttry small beginning, tlironeh many obstacles, up to its present commanding position in Pittsburg's musical life. The story was pretty lully told in this column a year or two ago; a brief resume now will enable the reader better to appreciate the exact situation of the club and its needs for the future. In the early winter of 1878, some two dozen singers cot together on the Southside to help along in a pair of church benefit concerts. Mr. James T. ilcCollum was their director and he rehearsed them so faithfully in Sullivan's cantata, "The Prodigal Son," that they resolved to go on with the...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 July 1889

V- m j HHE SUMMER REBORTB v U.111 SOCIETY RECUPERATING. A Gay Throne al Cnpe Mny The President nan Bonnier Pltubnrcrrantlhc prln People Who Ilavp Gone or Who Are UoinK lo Walerlne Place. ICrXCIAI. TELIOlLAJ. TO TUB DISFATCR.1 Cape Mat, N. J., July C This lovely seaside resort is povr doing a fair business. The hotels and boarding bouses hare a good patronize and the town is filled with people. This season has been a very damp one so far, but the indications are that it will yet be a good one. Cape May has had two good booms early this year. The visit of the President's wife and of her husband has riven It an advertisement all over the ft land. The visit of the PennsylTania Kditorial 5 Association last week was another boom for 1- Cape May. llcfore these visits it looked very ' ranch like a poor season, because of the recent floods in Pennsjlvanla. The people 01 tno lana poured out their liberality in the sufferers' favor, and not a few of them were those who are regular visitors to ...

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

rmv EVERY DAY SCIENCE, The Danger of Preventing Wall Bespiration by Overcoating. TREATMENT OP THE OPIUM HABIT. in Effectual Plan of Keeping Upper Stories CooL SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL NOTES. nrxiTTEX tor mx vistxtcu.1 Itetders of The Dispatch who desire information on snbjecU relating to indus trial development and progress in mechani cal, civil and electrical engineering and the sciences can hare their queries answered through this column. M. B. Church, in a paper read before a sanitary convention at Hastings, Mich., went Terr fully into the question of the sanitary bearing of the prevailing modes of costing or recoating and ornamenting the celling and walls of rooms for domestic habitation, and he showed that more sick' ncss is caused by want of knowledge on this subject than even from the very dangerous arsenical papers. The practice of pasting a new paper over the old one is to be strongly condemned. The flour paste moulds very quickly, and like the paper itself is a ready abso...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 July 1889

3rwHNH)EHaMSlKaS9B(MHEC!l ;'14 THE PITTSBirRG ' IDISPATCH, '' -SUNDAY, JULY 7, 1889. ' ' S. pEVlEWOFSPDRTS. sEiudl Remarks Atont the -'Sulliyan-Kilrain Fight. OTO WILL BE THE YICTOB? probable Tactics That the Two I 'PiorhtPrs Will Arlnnf. -', .V. .... UV.. &0CAL BASEBALL CLUB AFFAIRS. .The Prospects of the Team Setter Than They Hare Been. tILAIIKQ BALL GAMES FOB STAKES Doubtless an apology is necessary to base- 1 tall enthusiasts for givinj: a sport like pug ilism the greatest prominence at the zenith of the baseball season. To do this nay be surprising to many and may be taken as a .terrible omen, but, notwithstanding all this, the Sullivan-Kilrain fight must take pre cedence on this occasion. It is the one ab- aorbing topic in the sporting world of Amer ica, and is a popular theme among all classes of citizens. I, therefore, hope that this innovation of mine will be pardoned by the good cranks who uphold the greatest of all outdoor sports baseball. Now about the '"greatest fig...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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