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

THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH. SUNDAY, JULY 14, 1889. PAINTINGMIER EED. The Centennial Anniversary of the Fall of the Paris Bastile COMMEMORATED BY ANARCHISTS. Rev. Hugh 0. Pentecost Makes a Decidedlj Revolutionary Address. JOHNSTOWN, IIOMEbTEAD, BRAIMYOOD Cited as Eiansplrs of Instances Where TVronjs Yfased War With Mi-ht. New York Anarchists yesterday cele brated the fall oftheBastileinl789. One of the features of the occasion was a speech by Kev. Hugh O. Pentecost, who, while he denied that he was a Socialist, made a very revolutionary address. rfrrCIALTELECKAM TO THE DISPATCIt. I New York. July 13. Ked was the pre vailing color to-day a rhocnix Park. 5Ior risania, where the Anarchists had gathered to celebrate the one hundredth anniversary ofthefallof the Bastile. They could not have their jubilee to-morrow, because Capt ain Brooks, of the Morrisania precinct, would not allow any beer sold there on Sun day. Big red flags were hung around the hall, and there was a picture ot the stormi...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 July 1889

iV iUS M?B rf ; vr 8 THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH,' SUNDAY, JULY 14, 1889. BfSlS ft V POLITICS IS B0KIN&. Even the Hot Weather in England is Unable to Compete With It. CHDECHILL, CONTRARY AS EYER, Is Determined to Run for the House of Commons in Birmingham. CHAliEEELAIN IX A TEEEIELE STATE. Emith Barry's New Scheme Terrifies Because cf Its Lejilltj. Hot weather can't knock out the activity in English politics. Randolph Churchill's obstinacy in determining to stand for the House of Commons has aroused the opposi tion to renewed activity, and the Govern ment's attempts to head off Smith Barry's Sew scheme are also quite interesting. IBY CABLI TO TUB DISrATCH 1 LOKDON, July 13. Copyright. Poli tics are active, in spite of the hot weather, the Shah and the rush of social functions generally. Lord Randolph Churchill's natural cussedncss has come out in his pro fessed intention to run for the House of Commons in Central Birmingham, and Hr. Turncoat Chamberlain, who feels that Birmingham be...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 July 1889

IslililBIDBfrklkBBklKBlilBikililikklHIslllHaliHBBikllB -SECOHD PART. "Tn? I n pi I I Vf-Cr 'WfT TiiSkA I I H j PAGES 9 TO 16, l T" ' ' i .in ii i ii m A MODERN PHARAOH. How the Egyptian Khedive Lives and Eules Over His People. AN AUDIENCE AT THE PALACE, In Which llnch is Learned of How Things Go on the .Nile's Banks. A MODEL MAN AND HIS MODEL WIFE TOOK A STXTT COBBESrONDEIfT.l AIRO. Egypt, June 10 I have just re turned from a long audience with the Khedive .of Egypt. Khedive is a Persian Arabic word,meaning kins, and Mohammed Tewfik occupies much the same position now as the Pharoahs did in the days of Hoses and Joseph. It is true that he is in a measure the vassal of the Sultan, to whom be pays a tribute of about $3,750,000 a year, and that he has several European advisors who keep sharp watch over the revenues of his kingdom to see that a great part of them go to pay the interest on the debts which his predecessors and his Government have contracted, and which are held by the bank...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 July 1889

' "H1'''! f?THBP ITTSBTOGD: 10 ? f learned from his mother that rumors had reached her or how Louis Bond had placed himself in the hands, as it were, of three or Jour spiritualistic mediums and had become a confirmed devotee of their theories. Then, toon afterward, another letter from Mrs. Havelow told him of how Brenda had been to see her at that lady's home in New York and had wept plenteous and most pathetic tears over the infatuation of Louis. "It seems," wrote Gerald's mother, "that there is a certain clairvoyante named Mrs. Lev eridge, wno has acquired great control over Tour friend. Brenda has seen her once at a meeting where she spoke in a real or ficti tious trance, and describes her as strik ingly beautitnl, with a slight ioreign accent and a voice ful 1 of the most dnlcet cadences." A little while after his graduation, in the following June, Gerald met this Mrs. Lev eridpe. He had no sooner seen and talked with her than he realized that she was odious. Not that she was wi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 July 1889

TIE MUSIC WOELD." r Organization of the Pennsylvania "Music Teachers' Association. A BRANCH OP THE NATIONAL BODT Pittsfcnrg's Kepntation as a Musical Cen ter Increasing. WHAT OUE LOCAL MDSICIAXS AEE DOIKG The organization of the Pennsylvania Music Teachers' Association, which oc curred at Philadelphia on Friday, the fith inst,, is for this city the most important re sult ol the first meeting held by the Nation al Association within the Keystone State. Such a step has for some time been in con templation by some of the leading teachers of the State. Our own Mr. Jos. H. Git tings broached the matter in a letter to President H ath, of the M. T. If. A., last year, but it was prudently decided to wait for the Philadelphia meeting of the general body as furnishing the best conditions for starting the branch in this State. As Vice President of the M. T. 2f. A. for Pennsylvania, Mr. Gittings took the initia tive again this year, and got together a score or more of Pennsylvanians attending t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 July 1889

12 T5E PETTSBTJEGr' be,". 7 r ore THE SUMMER RESORTS 4F PI MILLIONAIRES AND ATHLETES. People Who Are Enjoying tlie Breeze and the Surf nt Cape 3Iny Plttsburcem a Compicuou Few Pici nreaaue Points of a Gnr Sanson. lETEClit. TEUCGBAX TO TM DISrATCII.l Cafe Mat, N. J., July 13. At last the rainy season ecms over at this famous resort, and hundreds of visitors are flocking here by every avenne of approach. The Pennsylrania Rail road Company reports a much heavier traffic to date than at the same period in previous years. The steamboats which run from Phila delphia and from Baltimore have a like record. The season has begun in earnest, although it 'will be three weeks before the exodus to this resort will show its full force. Reports from various hotels, many of which have made an unusual effort this year to insure increased comfort and convenience for their patrons, Ehow that these houses have already engaged most of their available rooms for the height of the season, nhicb sets in abou...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 July 1889

Gr EYERYMY SCIENCE. Skill Shown in Laying, Locating and Testing Submarine Cables. THE FLY AS A DISEASE CARRIER. Nearsightedness Gives a Soldier a Eepnta tion for Bravery. SCIENTIFIC AND INDDSTEIAL NOTES rwniTTEx ron raa DiariTcn.l Headers of The Dispatch who desire information on subjects relating to Indus trial development and progress in mechani cal, civil and electrical engineering and the sciences can have their queries answered through this column. There are now ten cables across the At lantic, and their location and condition is about as well known by those who have to do with them as though they were exposed to view for the entire distance. It has been said of Captain Trott, the well-known cable fisherman, that he knows the mountains and vajleys, lanes and avenues of the ocean as well as a cabman knows the streets of Lon don. Crossing the Atlantic on one occasion with his repair steamer, and realizing that he was in the vicinity of the spot where a stretch of cable had been l...

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

r 'W'iBWf i THOTSBKd1 iff-l ;a review of sports ; Opinions Regarding the Snlli- yan-Kilrain Battle. ;rlSIILEAIN A GAME MAN? &.' His Tactics lSTot Those of PreTious Heroes of the King. SMITH'S CHALLENGE TO SULLIVAN. Tfhj the Champion May Sot Accept the Englishman's Offer. FEATURES OF LEAGUE PENNANT EACE The echos of the great battle of Monday last have not. died away yet by any means; indeed, the public seems almost as eager now to discuss the merits and demerits of the principals as ever. I venture to say that there was a prize that received more recognition by the public press than that ot Sulliran and Kilrain. If all that has been written abont the battle and the men was pat into book form, there would be sufficient Tolnmes to stock a good sized library. Despite the fact, however, of the numerous opinions and statements that have been published regarding the affair, I intend to gbre an estimate of the battle. The morn ing after the fight I stated that it would not go down to h...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 July 1889

-e -. 15 SW n - Tt)VTf -r mTT-n. , inJl BT ERNEST H. rvrninxx roil Tin dispatch.! LBEETA was the de- jjligbt of her parents land all the neighbors Jwho knew her. She was only a little girl, 1 but she nevertheless 1 made herself very use ful everywhere. In the kitchen or the parlor, in the yard or on the attic, little Al berta was her moth er's right hand. Thus i t happened that everybody, except Bobby, was very fond of her. But Robert was. a bad boy.whom nobody liked. The ladies would walk around another street if they saw him in the dis tance, little children would cry 'or their parents if he approached them, and the hoys who werebigger than he would not allow him to play with them, be cause he was such a very bad boy. It was said by his mother even, that Robart would lay awake on his bed all night thinking about some new trick or some fresh mischief which he intended to perpetrate upon the people of the neighborhood the next day. Kow, of all the children, Robert knew tnere was not...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 July 1889

16 jummsmfi wjy FISEfflG WITH SPOONS lots of Fun off Lonj Island, Trolling for Blueflsh and Klackfish. THE SEASON KOWOX IN NEW YORK. Jugging for Cats in Croton Lake Fish for the Table. -Sword GOSSIP ABOUT SrORTS OS THE COAST HE next time you visit New York, if yon will go down to Coney Island and have yourself hoist- ed to the top of the ? lookout tower, Irom that coign of vantage casting your eye away off to the east, you will see before you in panorama the finest field lor blue- fish, hlackfish, weak SunJUJu fish, sheepsheadg and scabass now to be found in the metropolis Sheepshead Bay, Jamaica Bay with its thou sand islands, Rockaway, Far Rockaway and the broad stretches of green salt meadows along the coat abont Cedarhurst. From the time wnen flounders come in in the early spring until flounder time again next year the saltwater harvest field in the vicin ity of Jamaica Bay is ripe lor the reapers. 3c regular succession through the summer and fall come blackfish, weakfisli, shee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 July 1889

ANY ONE CAN MAKE MONEY Who has a good article to sell, and who adver tlses rigorously and liberally. Advertising Is truly the life of trade. All enterprising and Judicious advertisers succeed. V Advice to Summer Tourists.' Don't fall to notify The Dispatch offica of your change of. location, and your paper will be forwarded to you without extra charge. Wtfomn At FOTY-FOtTRTH YEAR THE STM SETTLED x And the Great Homestead Steel Mill Will be Starts at Once, V BOTH SlUtS SATISFIED. The Terms of Settlement and Memo randum of Agreement. A CHANGE IN THE BABE OF THE SCALE The Cnrnccics and the Workers Hold Another Conference, Mnke Concessions, Arrange c Fair frcale and Fart Pleased Operations to be Ilenumrd nt Once All the Old Men to be Retained The New Ones Will be Disposed of In Some Way A BleVletory for the Amalgamated Asso ciationThe New Scale to Ron for Three Tears Tho People at Homestead Be Jolcine A Biff Demonstration. The great labor trouble at Homestead is ended. A settlement vas ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 July 1889

r I- v U i ft I ITISAfOIDER Or a Miracle That Even .Any body Escaped ATTHEBEDPOND ACCIDENT Two Men Dead Last Night, But the Others Recovering. WHAT ENGINEER BROWNE SAYS. He Does Not Think the City Can Be Held Liable for the Men. BED POSD MAT IET BE MADE A PARK That ugly accident at the Bed Food, which resulted in several fatalities at an early hour yesterday morning, was very mi raculously affected in some of its results, in asmuch as the fire men, all at work in the sewer at the same time, were not all killed outright. Since the little dam was built on Center avenue, above the pond, a few weeks ago, and the water was carried off through a pipe the pond itself has been practically empty, and on that account the men were enabled to work in the fcewer. The hitter, connect ing with the SO or 40-foot "drop" at the pond, is about 100 feet long, and is ' laid parallel with Soho street This sewer, as most of the readers know, had been clogged up, and on that account the water, which could ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 July 1889

BHsKSESSB wraafrsaia 5 "! & tr r-? . THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, .MONDAY, - JULY 15, 1889. 3 REV. MR. MM SAYS nVho Makes Onr Politics and Tells Also Who Should Make Them. HE DIGS AT THE LIQUOR DEALER, ind Asserts All Political Parties Cater to Their Wants. SOME MORAL ISSUES SADLY WANTED 'Who Shall Make Our Politics?" was the subject of a sermon preached last night by the Her. J. V. McKay at "Wilson's Hall, East Eod, and he took his text from the re mark ot Christ according to tfce gospel of St. Matthew: "Whatsoever ye would that v men should do to you, do ye even so to them." 'I will introduce my remarks of this evening." the reverend gentleman began his discourse, "by stiting that I shall never appear before you as a dictator. It is not mr intention to come to you and say you ought to do this, and the only right way of doing a thing is the way I tell you to do so and so. I do not assume any superiority over you in regard to anything. You may have ideas of your own that are just as ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 July 1889

tS! iBjmjJbsma $K iH " z5'- -v THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH,. MONDAY, ' JULY 15, 1889. t ESIABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, ISiO. Vol.44, N0.IM. Entered at Pittsburg Postoffice, Kovcinberlt 1887, as secona-class matter. Business Office--97 and 89 Fiftli Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Eastern Advertising office, Uoora 43, Tribune llullding, JcwYork. Average net circulation or the dally edition or THEDisrATCU fortlx monthsendlng June 30, 1339, 29,492 Copies per Issue. Average net circulation or the bunday edition or The Dispatch for three months ending June 30, 1S33, 52,660 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF TUE DISPATCU. POSTAGE TREE IN THE UNITED STATES. Daily Dispatch, One Year (BOO 1IAILV U:srATCU, l'cr Quarter ZOO Daily Dispatch. One Month 7u Daily Dispatch. Including Sunday, 1 year. 10 00 Daily Dispatch. Including bunday.tm'ths. 2 50 Daily DiSPATCH,lncludlng bunday. 1 month W fcrNDAY Dispatch, One Year ISO eekly Dispatch, One Year 13 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered...

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

i A STKOflG DOCTRINE Is What is Needed by Christians to Uattle With the World. THE BOWER OF TBEE BRANCHES Chosen as the Topic of the Sunday Dis course of Dr. Talmage. KEEPING A JIAN ALIVE J3Y BELIGION tPrECIAL TXXXQKAX TO OE DISFS.TOII. J The Hamptons, July 14. The subject of Iter. Dr. T. De Witt Talmage's sermon to-day was:;"The Bower of Tree Branches." His text was Xebtiiiah viii., IS: "Go iorth unto the mount and fetch olive branches and pine branches and myrtle branches of thick trees, to make booths." Following is the sermon: It seems as if Mount Olivet were un moored. The people have gone into the mountain, and have cut off tree branches, and put them on their shoulders, and they come forth now into the streets ot Jerusa lem, and on the house tops, and they twist these branches into arbors or booths. Then the people come forth from their comfort able homes and dwell for seven days in these booths or arbors. Why do they do that? Well, it is a great festal time. It is the feast ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 July 1889

tym&w ViW-Sr "Brw- w THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, MONDAY, JOLT 15, 1889. " THEYJMRS? Charley Foley Says a Few "Words About Boston. CERTAIN OF THE PEOAKT. m Amusing Story About Connie Murphy, of Syracuse. SPALDING'S l'LAN IN DETAIL. How He Proposes to Remodel the Baseball Organizations. EESULTS OP THE ASSOCIATION GAMES According to Charles J. Foley. Boston is ;sure to win the League pennant despite the ''assertions that the players of that team are deemed quitters. Connie Murphy is looked upon as the freshest man in the baseball 'business. President Spalding, of Chicago, has formulated an extensive plan on vhich to remodel baseball organizations. He pro poses to divide leagues into four classes. A terrific storm caused great excitement at the Cincinnati ball game yesterday. A Sunday ball game was played at "Wheeling yesterday and all the players were arrested. Onr boys were dandy hitters, 'Twas along in the month of May; But now tbey act like quitters Who can't hit a bale of hay. Bost...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 July 1889

4 . NOW FIUST The Pennycomequicks Written for THE DISPATCH by- S. BARING GOULD, Aothoror'Mr.iiAi,AH,""CouBTEoYAi.,""JonNHEBKiNG," "TheGatxbocks'Eto ALL RIGHTS CHAPTER XLV1I. Edelweiss. Philip could not sleep during the night that followed the expedition to the Ober Alp. His mind was occupied with what he bad beard. Ho thought of the poor girl, sold by her moth er; of her rude apprenticeship, of the risks she had undergone; beautiful, young, attractive. He tossed in his bed. What would become of lierT Could she stand exposed to the dangers that beset her, and not, as she half threatened, throw herself overt What could be done lor hert She had spoken of the freedom of her life as giving zest to existence, but too great freedom may pall; it had palled on the girl, and she had put up her hands, pleading to be fitted with light but strong manacles. What a contrast was to be found between his life and hers! He had been cramped and hedged about with re strictions: she bad enjoyed an excess...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 July 1889

I 8 ISTABBED BY A BOY, r iEe Was Only 9 Years Old, But Well Able to Make Use of a Knife. THE STARTING TOIKT OP A FEUD. Un Incident of the Wild Hatfield-McCoy Mountain Warfare. ;SEI0US CASE " OF WKOXG IDENTITY. 5IdEilIteniteyat Down for the Deed Com- tnitted by Another. The Hatfield-McCoy feud is not yet ended. A member of the former faction is now con fined in jail whose connection with the case . unfolds a strange history. A 9-year-old boy was responsible for much of the bloodshed which has dyed the WestVirginiaandKen tncky mountains. Matsvtlle, Kr., July 14. Alexander Jlesser, one ot the Hatfield taction in the famous Hatfield-McCoy feud, is now in jail on a charge of murder. The crime which Cesser committed was due to a mistake made by mountain officers in arresting a boy of 13 for a deed done by a boy ot 9. The part which this boy Budd McCoy took in the feud has never been told in print. Budd McCoy was 9 years old at the time to which reference is made in this st6ry, and lis hom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 July 1889

ICTgETf TO5TOS? rtvzr Advice to Summer tourists. Don't fail to notify The Dispatch ofQce of your chance of location, and your paper will be forwarded to yon without extra charge. ANY ONE CAN MAKE HONEY Woo has a good article to sell, and who adver Uses vigorously and liberally. Advertising is truly the life of trade. All enterprising and Judicious advertisers succeed. mm ?' v NMBMSB FORTY-FOURTH TEAR. Champion Sullivan Described by His Trainer as a Brute Without Brains. MULDOON SOURS ON HIM. The Big One's Escapade al Chicago Costs Him Many Friends. a detective after the whole gang. John I Sullivan's Brat Friends Disgusted 1 VI 111 IIn Continued Drinking and Ilia Lnck of Business Ability The Cham pion's Mm re of the MhUo Money De pendent on His Backer's Generosity Mrs. Kllraln Thinks the Newspapers Are Keepinc Jake From Coming Home Keferee Fitzpotrick Surrenders to Got crnor Lowry Humors of a Bis Specula tion Made by Mitchell Detective Norris Now Hunting; the Fartr of Fngllists to Ge...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 July 1889

or non-union men. These were in addition to the revolvers that neirly every one or them carried, Tbey bad a system of signals so ad mirably arranged that the men on guard ould summon assistance at any hour of the day or sight in a vary few minutes. Sky-rockets were used at night and bells during the day. By the number of rockets sent up the Solnt where the trouble was could be esicnateo. Switt horses were also kept in readiness to be saddled by hard riders at any hoar and at a moment'snotlce. The guards at the different rallwav stations kept the men at Homestead posted, by telecrapn, who were on the trains. A special train could not have started out, even at S o'clock in the morning, without the leaders in the ttrike being ap prised of it. ALL ARE SATISFIED. The Homestead Men Pleased! the Firm Ditto, nnd So Are All. There is every Indication that the settlement of the Homestead strike Is satisfactory to all concerned, and for the next three years the Homestead mills will undoubtedly...

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