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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 January 1889

s. ' ' DOUBLE NUMBER. 111! I ' '"' JO SIXTEEN PAGES. FORTy-THTRD YEAR PITTSBURG, SUNDAY, JANUARY 27, 1889. ITVE CENTS ' BOULANGERIS He Confidently Counts on 60,- 000 Majority inthe Paris Election To-Day. CLOSE OF A RED-HOT FIGHT. One of the Most Interesting Ever Waged With Ballots. SEVERAL TITiL ISSUES AT STAKE. A Day That May Settlo the Fate of Repub licanism In France for a While Both Sides BelieTe Victory Will Perch on Their Banners A Large Amount of Money Expended Other American Methods Resorted To Belting Men Still FaTor the Doughty General some Ken sons for the Prediction That Boulanger Will J.ot Win Views nndExpcctutlonsof Prominent Parisians. About 10 o'clock this evening General Boulanger will know whether he is the idol of the Parisians he thinks he is, or whether his dreams of a dictatorship are but visions that will never materialize. He counts confidently on 60,000 majority at the elec xions to-day, while the opposition is quite as confident that lie will be floundering...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 January 1889

a 3?HE 'PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JANUARY f f? B ? it A GIPSY BELLE DIES A Nomadic Beauty and a Bo mance Laid Low in a Tent THE TIE RUDELY SEVERED That Bound a Eomany Eye to a Charmer of a Wanderer's Camp. MARRIED UNDER DIFFICULTIES. An Escape From L'ngland and the Strange Meeting: in America. ASHES TO ASHES WITH UNIQUE BITES It is only a page culled from the romantic lives of two vagabond Gipsies, whose ever shifting home for one briel interval rested near this city; the pathetic conclusion of a chapter in nomadic life; the joint record of two lives nnited to go through tnis world hand in hand a bond rent asunder by the hand of death. One volume of the record was yesterday closed forever; but the pages of its companion work are yet unwritten, a single, touching tale of Gipsy life and love. On the side of a gully through which a little brook runs musingly to a larger stream a mile away, and thence makes its way into the Ohio river, there rested until vesterdav morning twin pairs ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 January 1889

A FABCE IN CHURCH. One of the Funniest of All Situations for Aural Vigilantes. AN OLD BUMMER AND HIS BOTTLE Snatched from the Altar in Time to Escape from Coraopolitans. THE! TVEEE TEKT LAME AT THE KEAR Coraopolis was treated to a serio-comic drama the other evening, which was quite annoying for a time to tome people, and has since'subjected them to considerable guying from those who escaped the necessity of lacing the danger. The constituent parts of the drama were a bottle of whisky, a dor nick, a drunken man, a damaged church and a demoralized populace. Two gentlemen named Devers and Mag nus saw a man breaking his way into the rresbyterian Church, using a large stone for a battering ram. They remonstrated to no effect, for he had almost accomplished his object before they discovered him, and, getting into the gloomy basement, availed himself of the ancient privilege of sanc tuary. A crowd gathered in the gloaming; but it seems to have had scruples about in vading the sanctity of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 January 1889

rg ll l It V i $ $ I f6 Ije BiMqj. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY ISM. VoL , No. 355. Entered at nttsbnnr Post. ofice, oTciabtrH. IssT, as ti-cuna-ciass matter. Business Office 97 and99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 70 Diamond Street. This pnper having more than Doable the rircalntion of any other in ilio State outride orVhiladrlphla, Its advantages as an adver tisinc medium will be apparent. TEIUIS OF THE DlsrATCIL rofTAGE rr.EE cj Tnit united states. IUilt Dispatch. One Year 1 SCO Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter loo Daily Dispatch. One Month " Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one Tear 1000 Daily Dispatch, Including fcunday, per quarter -50 Daily Dispatch, including &unday. ona roanth...i. TO EtWDAY DisrATcn, one rear. 150 Weekly Disfatch, one year 1 25 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at 15 cents per wecl orlncludinictliesundaj edition, at 21 cents per week. Voluntary contributors ihould keep copies of articles. Jf compensation is desired the price exp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 January 1889

THE KM QUESTION Will Have to Bo Decided by the Votes of the Sovereign People. NECESSITY OF AN EXTRA SESSION Is Denied by Many Prominent Eepuolican3 and Democrats. ALLEGHENY WILL BE LIFT IN A HOLE Unless Information en the Municipal Bill Is Quickly Famished. The question of an extra session of the Legislature in case prohibition is carried, is still agitating politicians of both parties. It begins to look as though an extra session will not be called. Mr. Cooper has asserted himself in the matter of liquor legislation, and is now content to rest. There is a prob ability that Allegheny City, if it does not fly to the support of its municipal bill, will have to accept legislation passed without regard lor its wishes. FKOI A ETAFF COEEESrOVDEXT.J HAKRlSBrjKG, January 26. The question raised by The Dispatch concerning the need of a special session ot the Legislature in the event of the passage of the Constitu tional amendment prohibiting the manufac ture and sale of liquor, has been answ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 January 1889

SPORTING REVIEW Opinions on the Collapse of the Indianapolis Club. BKUSH WILL HOLD (WTO IT. Eemarkable Decline of Public Box ing and Sparring Exhibitions. PUGILISTS CAUSE TfiEIEOWN EOT. Gossip Concerning Sullivan's Befusal to Fight Jackson. GENERAL SPORTIKG NEWS OP THE DAY Baseball cranks throughout the country may thank Indianapolis for infusing a little life into what was a monotonous state of things. Had the Hoosiers not come to the front with a piece of sensational news there realiy would have been nothing connected with the national came worth talking about. The Hoosiers have set us all a-talking and I dare say we all feel much obliged. In the talk and comment which followed the an nouncement that the Indianapolis club had collapsed some of the most ridiculous statements were made. Some people gave it out as a fact that either Cmcinnatior Brooklyn would take the place ot the Hoosiers: another Darty. a wiseacre by the way, stated that such a notion was absurd, but be added tbat ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 January 1889

N Hill BEATEN The Chancellor Makes an Elo quent Plea fo Action on the East Africa Bill, BUT MEETS WITH DEFEAT. All His Arguments Are Answered by Members of the Reichstag. THE MEASURE SENT TO A COMMITTEE. Id Ills Speech, Bismarck Says That England nnd Gcrmnny Are Working in Perfect Harmony in Colonial Matters One Mem ber Intimates That tbo Government Mnr Get Into Trouble With Qlher Countries Angry fMndents Tfarenten to Make a Hostile Demonstration on tbe Emperor's Birthday Boulnugcr Feared nt Vienna. The East Africa measure came up in the Reichstag yesterday. Prince Bismarck made a lengthy speech in favor of immedi ate action and against reference to a com mittee. Notwithstanding this the latter course -was adopted by the bodr. The Chan sellor outlined his policy, and declared that England -had consented to all his colonial plans. Great preparations have been made for the celebration of the Emperor's birth day. "Vienna officials believe if Boulanger is elected war will result. tCOFTM...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 January 1889

i LUCKYJJTTLE BOY Spain's Baby King is Not Apt to be Fondled, Hugged and Kissed to Death, ROYALTY WONT HAVE IT. Emperor William Celebrating Birthday Rather Queerly. His K THE BLOWS DEALT AT BIG HEADS. tttrm. Chamberlain Becoming Dully More Popular Bnron dc Rothschild' Sure Thine nt Monte Cnrlo Prize Fishier Knifton Experience a Cbnneo of Heart How British Dignity Suffered at the Phelps Dinner A Little Less Decollete Dress Allowable at the Queen's Drawing Rpoms Succession to the Tbrono of the Nethei lands O'Brien to Make Balfour Answer for Recent Irish Outrages. Young King Alphonso, of Spain, calmly approaching his third birthday, is a lucky little fellow, for he is not likely to be kissed as much as infants not of royal blood. He isn't puffed up as much with pride as most monarchs are. Emperor "William, of Germany, celebrates his birthday to-day." Plans forthe announcement of the accession of the Duke of Nassau to the Dutch throne when the old King dies. A column of gos Bip is broug...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 January 1889

BIEKIGHTOKIAGABA He Sees the Great Cataract in the Grip of a Blistering Blizzard and IS STRUCK WITH AWE AND A SIGN. Indians Enined bj Free Trade in Bcalps and Other Relics. AN IXTEETIEW WITH GOTEEKOK HILL IWKlTTJQr rOE TUB DISPATCH. 1 Sth.1 atLabge, Looking "West, 1889. IAGAKA Falls at present, is practically free for all. You can go and look at them as you would at the Aurora Borealis or the rich creamy con tour of the unskum Milky "Way. If you walk to the falls and carry your dinner, you need not run up a large bill. The hackman even takes you the entire road of the falls on both sides the "Whirlpool, the Three Sisters Islands, Goat Island and everything else at an agreed price. You get a coupon ticket which is jnst as good as a railroad ticket and there can be no skullduggery about it as Aristotle would sav. We visited ihe falls on the day of the blizzard which wrecked Heading, and which wound up by tipping the Suspension foot bridge at Xiagara into the river below. The falls hav...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 January 1889

rjf t- jgrfjgy r 7 v iW-?E?Sr? rT"T ' ;-Jry Tf. 10 THE- PaTTSBUKG- DISBATOH, SUNDAY, : JANUARY 27. 1889. - 'J. f X m i' f i- f ! fi ll i obduracy of purpose, sbe realized now that tbe only avoidance of the threatened catastrophe was to aid him. for she did not hope to deceive him with successful treachery to his cause. She went to a window and stood silently look ing ont between the curtains at the dazzle and commotion in the garden, from which the throne was passing to the ballroom, whilo her companion sat silently contemplating proba bilities that were not less brilliant in his eyes. His cboler subsided slowly, and, taking Sheeba's aqaiescent attitude ai one of renewed co-partnership, he sought to be companionable, as they were habitually. "Look here, my girt," he said; "we're going to win. I'm sure of it. Hurrah for the union of our children. So pouts, Sheeba. O. ou'll be merry enough when we come into our for tune. 2o deviltry then except deviltry for fun, She turned half around...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 January 1889

AlfffiESE EISIAECK. i - A.n Interview Willi Li Hung Chang, the Great Viceroy of China, On THE EXGLUSIOX OP THE CHINESE. Bis Daughter's Wonderful Wedding and a Family Jangle. THE TICEEOI AS A SMOKER tlTOM OCR TRAVELING COSIJIIBSIOKEI1.3 Tiemsij., China, November 30. HAVE just had a most in teresting interview with Li Hung Chang, the great vice roy ot China. Li Hung Chang is by all "odds the greatest man in the Chinese Empire. He was called by General Grant the Bismarck of China, and in statesman ship he ranks with the greatest minds of the European nations. He is practically the "Premier of the Imperial Government, is the Chief Secretary of Foreign Affairs, and dur ing the past few years has been the medium ot communication between foreign nations and the Celestials. It was he who was com mander in chief of the Imperial forces dur ing the great Taiping rebellion, which cost China 10,000,000 lives and which resulted in the overthrow of the rebels. It was he who settled the difficultie...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 January 1889

T 7;35r-,?;7Wf5ri 12 THE 'PITTSBTJRGr DISPATCH, SUNDAY;, JANUARY", 1889. I I. F. i. H i V, f- A variety of questions have been received during the week. The following, which came first, are answered: ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS. E. U. writes: "A gentleman takes a lady to the theater. During the intermission a young friend comes up and engages the gen tleman in conversation. The gentleman who accompanies the lady almost turns his back on the lady, nor does he introduce his friend, saying it is not etiquette to introduce in public places. It seemed to argue a lack of respect to the lady." Indeed it was, but if a young lady goes alone to the theater with a young man with out a chaperone she lays herself open to just such treatment. She should not do it again. G. W. asks the proper way to present a letter of introduction. Call with the letter, leave your card and ad dress and wait to be sent for. 'May" asks: "Whose place is it to secure the cards for a fashionable wedding!" Always the family o...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 January 1889

THE PITTSBTIRG- DISPATCH ' STINDAY, JANUARY:- 27, 1889. V 13 '1 TBE FIRESIDE SPHINX A Collection of Enigmatical Nuts for Home Graft Address communications for this department to E. R. CllADBOUKN.Letwston, Jfdtne. 453 HIEKOGLYPHIC TBANSrOSITIONa. Express each of these pictures in the fewest possible words, then transpose the definition into a -word answering the definition given below. Example The first object thns transposed means Change. Answer: One rat tail altera tion. Definitions after the first: A relative. Never in front. A number less than 20. Not the same. Men in high office. Conquers. Roman magistrates. Trains of attendance. J. P. B. 454 WHAT AM I? Though never intended to cause distress. Yet I often am used as a compress: Though never fatigued, of toil have no dread, No doubt you have seen me lying in bed. No tourist am I, as you will decide, Still thousands of miles in a saddle ride; Though peaceful inclined, averse to all strife, 1'ou alwuj s may see me with dirk or knif...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 January 1889

THE- PITTSBTXRQ-' DISPATCH1 -SUNDAY. . JAOTTARY 27, . 1885. 1'4- if r k f I t Z t I CURA BELLE'S CHAT. Pen Picture of Sallie Hargous, Goth am's Proud Queen of Beauty. THE FOUR HUNDRED'S NEW CAPER. A Kew Dish That Tickles the Palate of Society at Midnight. PEETTI BABIES FOUND IN WASHINGTON rCORRESrOKDENXE or Till DISPATCH.! EW YORK, January 26. You are bound to read a great deal about Sallie Hargous in the next year or two, and it is therefore just as well that you should know, right now, what she is. There is a competition every winter In this city among the girl re cruits of "our best society" as to which shall be crowned queen of beauty. The rivalry usually lasts until the middle of January as it has in the present instance. by which time a decision is reached as to which'of the debutantes is loveliest to view. Her mental qualities have nothing to do with it, but chance must have placed her within the limits of this particular pre tentious circle, and for the rest she depends for ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 January 1889

KMgjKgag C-0 THE" PITTSBURG DISPATCH, ' SUNDAY, , "JANUARY "27. 1889 15.' IN FAR COMAUGHT, The Land of Komantic Scenery, Ko Me Euins and Brave People. QUAINT, FASCINATING CONEMARA, Unsurpassed in Wild and Glorious Scenic Splendor. AN EXCITING, THRILLING CAR RIDE rCORRErODl.J.CEOF TOE DISFATCH.3 OCGHTEEAED, IBELAXD, Jan. 7, 1889. ON2TATJGHT has been most truthfully described as "the west ern, smallest, least populated, least re claimed, least known and most misunder stood of the four provinces of Ireland." It comprises the five counties of Leitrim, .Roscommon, Sligo, Mayo and Galway. The Uiver Shannon winds along its eastern boundaries. To the north, Donegal Bay sets in between the crags as if to wrench it from the mainland at one gulp of the sea. Galway Bay. breaking throueh from be tween the white heights of Aran Islands, flanks it menacingly upon the south. The most tumultuous seas known to the world's shore-lines eternally battle with jagged headlands upon the west. And within it...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 January 1889

1 I QUEEN OF THE BATS. Jaj, Picturesque Tampa, and Beautiful Surroundings. Its ITS COSMOPOLITAN POPULATION. Eevelinr at an Old-Fashioned Southern Barbecue. THE EXTIKCT ISDIAN AN EPICURE rCOBBEEFOXDrxCI Or THE DISrjL.TCH.3 South Florida, Januair 22, 1889. "WHEN Tampa Baj- freezes and orange are laden icicles then aver trees with will the boom fall out of South Flori da." Thesearethe poetic arguments of the land agent, while convincing the timid specula tor that now is the time to invest. proTes himself a the admiration of tirally secures the Like Sqneers, he philosopher, gams the victin: and nat- sale. The peddler, the book asent and the real estate deputy are targets for American ridicule, but when the Tampa agency says, "See Tampa and live," having seen it, we are easy converts, and agree that "when the North has become bankrupt and the Gulf Stream is turned in its course," then will the boom fall out of the Flower Land. Tampa is situated at the head of the bay, which is the larges...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 January 1889

IMJMil Si1 JfcU By Liberal Ad vertising. Let the public know what you have to offer. Advertise in THE DIS PATCH. fjjr ptpttfe r VT BUSINESS, -IS- MADE HOUSES Sell' rapidly .. - when offered, at BABGALN PRICES through THE DISPATCH. : i t -AND- LOTS FORTY-THIRD TEAJL PITTSBURG, MONDAY, JAOTJART 28, 1889. THREE GENTS Ser, BOULANGE Is Carried to Victory on a Tidal Wave of Popularity Which Bids Fair to WRECK THE GOVERNMENT. TJio Election Causes Intense Excitement and Paris Goes Wild. JlS immerse tote tolled. The General's Majority Over the Other Candidates is 54,432, and All A SECOXD BALLOT KOT NEEDED. American Election Methods a Great Success in Belle Prance. Prove to be La THE CABINET WOULD LIEE TO RESIGN Boulanger has met the enemy on the field of popular suffrage, and has gained an over whelming victory. His adherents are vociferously jubilant, while the Govern ment is despondent and may throw itself upon the people for support or final defeat. The General's success is attributed to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 January 1889

IT IS BOOMING. The Kniglits of Labor Increas ing in Membership. M.W. JOHN B. EEA'S FIGURES He Says the Membership Has Doubled in Some Sections. THE CHARGES AGAINST THE G.M.W. Postmaster Larkin Jlay Engage in the Cotton Tie Business, and WILL UTILIZE SEYMOUR'S PATENTS The disintegration in the Knights of Labor has been checked and the order is now in good chape and hundreds of mem bers are being added daily, particularly in N. T. A- 135, coal miners. Bidence of this was given to a reporter for this paper last evening by Master 'Workman John B. Bea. As is known he succeeded "W. T. Lewis to this position when the latter quarreled with the administration and ad vocated one national organization of coal miners. Mr. Rea has been all through the Con ncllsville region and yesterday returned irom a tonr of tbe Mnnongahela mines with very encouracing reports of large increases in membership. "The membership of 2T. T. A. 135 this month," said he, "has increased 1,500, that is in new members, w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 January 1889

liWWH - Tt-.r li r if T,- - rjWTJSfa! ?:F ; DISPATCH, - rMONDAX: iTAlHJAIlT v28,- 1889: v 3 THE PITTSBURG STUDIES --Iff GRIMES. Eeal Surprises in a Current Report of Eiverside Penitentiary. WHAT CLASSES CONTRIBUTE TO IT. nationalities, Trades, Professions and Pro clivities of Felons. CAPL- WEIGHT'S CHIEF REFORMATIVE Did it ever occur to the reader that the great body of the criminals, the felons in AVestern Pennsylvania's principal prison, were contributed from among the adherents of Christian Churches? 'Well, it's a fact, account for it as you may. The biennial re port of the Western Penitentiary lies open on a desk before the writer, and it not only cays so, but gives the interesting figures to prove it. The report, addressed by In spectors Kelly, JlcCutcheon, Kced, Slagle and Trimble, and by Captain Edward S. "Wright, warden, to the Legislature, is just completed and ready for perusal. It covers the period from January 1, 1887, to De cember 31, 1888, and is full of very in struct...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 January 1889

m t P -4 - , THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, MONDAY, -' JANUARY 28, 1889: ' ' " " :'- -- --" - & . $f jMje Bipfcl. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY Vol. 43, o. SM. Entered at rittsburg l'ost ofllcc, 0Temberl4 1SS7, as secuna-ciass matter. Business Office 97 and99 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing1 House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. This pnper hnvinj: wore than Doublotlie circulation ofany other in tlio Mnte ouuide of rUiladelphlu, Its advantages us an advcr titlng medium will be apparent. TKItais OF THE DISPATCH. POTAGE THEE C THE UNITED STATES. DAILY DISPATCH, One Year. I 800 Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter J0 Daily Dispatch. One Month lv Daily Dispatch, including buuday, one year WW Daily Dispatch, Including fcanday, per quarter...... -50 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month SO EDNUAY DisrATCH. oneyesr 150 Veekly DisrATCH, one year 13 The Daily Dispatcu 1 delivered by carriers at 15 cents per week, orlncludlnKlliesundaycdltlon, at 20 cents per week. PITTSBURG, MONDAY, JAN.2S.18S9. BOUXA...

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