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

ll I I 1 llv PBOGBESSBACKWABD "Gail Hamilton Mates a Vigorous As sault Upon Democratic SERVICE REFORMATION. The Advance of l'nblic Sentiment on the Spoils System. SDXSIIIXE DKVWX FROM CUCUMBERS frnUTTBV FOR THE ISlATCn.l The remarkable nature of Prof. Not ion's assertion regarding Mr. Curtis's re form achievements can only be seen in the full sunlight of the details published in his own report. The press has given them too little attention, and there is no sign that Prof. Norton has ever taken them to heart. This man, who has achieved more for re form in the last 20 years than all other men put together, declares of vhole departments of the Government that, "as a body they were trained and competent officers, but (under his reform administration) the great majority of them have been removed or re duced and their places have been filled by untrained successors." Docs Prof. Nor ton observe that this is a declaration of re trogression and not of advance? It is an official statement tha...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 February 1889

feJ5-," vjFV -'-v-f ,fs?-TrKV,n'K-i--Jv,'i.Yf- THE' ' PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, 'SUNDAY, 'FEBRUARY 10, " 1889. v . - .. i- . .. Q T G REVIEW Beasons "Why Criticism Bene fits AU Kinds of Sports. IT HAS AIDED BASE BALL. A Britisher's Opinion Abont Mitchell's Late Beception in This Country. THE MIERS-M'AULIFFE BATTLE. A Few Words From an Authority About Ice Skating". GEXERAL SPOETIXG KEWS OF THE DAT Headers of sporting news do not need to be told that sporting events have been ex ceedingly scarce. There is an old saying to the effect that dark is the hour before the dawn, and this old proverb has some bearing on sporting matters. The busy season, it is expected to be the busiest we have had, is just about to dawn, and, indeed, things are dark and quiet now. It is some time since there was such a lull in sporting affairs and it is not a very easy task to lay hands on mat ters of sufficient importance and interest to deal with in this weekly budget. However, there is one thing on which a ftv ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 February 1889

IT" THE PITTSBURG .DISPATCH, ' SUNDAY, - FEBRUARYr loT '1889FJV ygWiW ?& .- . twws . wpyf .TSjfM . 1 ; 1 " i IT55 V ! W0RKIRGT00 HARD. 5 The German Emperor's Salary Has Therefore Been Raised a Few Million More. AVIGOROUSKICKWASMADE By the Opposition Members, but They Were Speedily Voted Down. BISMARCK TALKS SWEET TO EXGLAXD. lie Thinks That ike Two Countries should Combine Against Franco nnd Kussia IT They Don't Bonlancrr Will Caplnro the Qiteen Sometime When ftho is Not Wntcliinc--1he Samoan Conference Will Besin at Bcr.iu on Tumidity Efforts to Extnulii.. a Gold and MItcr Standard The Austrian Succession Krnpp Guns to Civilize Africa. The Reichstag has passed the bill adding 3,500,000 marks to the already enormous allowance of Emperor William. The in crease was asked on the ground that the present monarch was required to do more work than his predecessors. Prince Bis marck dines Lord Charles Beresford, and tells him that he is willing to make a de iensive alliance with England...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 February 1889

MGLABD MP EKUT Baled for the Present by the Su prSmacy of Irish Politics. THE WEOKGS HEAPED ON O'BRIES Dave Their Xalnral Meet, His 3ause Trofitinff Greatly Thereby. lOED HARRINGTON IS LEFT AT HOJIE. Quite a Ettiul of Interest in the rirnell Commission Inquiry. Irish politics has ruled the roost in En gland and Erin the past week. The hrutal treatment of "William O'Brien has had its natural effect. Sympathy for his cause is daily crowing. A great outdoor indignation meeting will be held at Hyde Park to-day. A ringing resolution has been prepared for passage. Tories were unable to mold the meeting at Sheffield to suit their ends. A revival of interest is noted in the Parnell Commission inquiry. tBT CABLE TO THE BISPATCn.3 LONDON, February 9. Copyright.. Politics this week has been entirely Irish. The brutal treatment of William O'Brien has forcibly impressed the English masses rith the general subject of the treatment of political prisoners in Irish prisons, and as this was the objec...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 February 1889

SLi wwm'WzW1 rfW tt X V f fjlTfljraj ? f?,rvr-T'wy?isiti;r 7 ? - . "psr s-.fjsFr'ss? va .1 rtf " . "J- F- -, rf -1-- , 'iiJC . DISPATCH. . T L - SECOND PART, r THE PITTSBURG , "l -J PAGES 9 TD 16.' ' THE WALLED CITIES. A Description of Peking, the Capital of the Great Chinese Ration. STREET OP THE SUBJECT NATIONS. How a Canadian Missionary Lost a Pretty ' American "Wife. CURIOUS SCENES AT THE CITI GATES COEHESPONDEXCE Of THE DISFJLTCH.1 Peehq, Chixa, December, 1888. HE telegraph has be come a fixture in the holy city of Peking. The mandarins now use the wire and the Emperor has his re ports by telegraph from the leading cities of the kingdom. A Chinese baby climbing a tele graph pole, such as I saw here this after noon, is one of the curiosities of the west ern invasion of the celestial dominions. The winds from Mongolia fluttered its gar ments in the breeze and its long cue hung out like a streamer as it clasped its little hands and toes about the smooth stick and vainly essayed to...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 February 1889

by . . - ,,' , l--s , , "'W'j v Kit w ia' - --" " ,. " ;.s ' -- " 5' HMsfctraa ".tVonnc pirl at his side. She 'was a Monde: fcot tall, the contradiction of her sister. The contradiction of her sisler in soul as in body - most especially. ' Sanello was restful, silent, dependent; so dependent. How helpless are we all in the hands of Destinyl Here was one woman born amid ' the elements of strife; companioned with those who shed blood, train td to trace her fineer placidly in the groves along the cabin wall where the messengers of death had ploughed, not unused to looking dead men an the face,6he was that which she was: Destinyl Fate! A most lovely woman; dying for love; made unlovable by destiny; fate! Such is the story of life. But let us hasten for ward. The year wore on uninterruptedly; If we may omit mention of the very fre quent visits of Farla and her sister at what they were now pleased to call "The Stu dio." . . Some progress was made in painting, but none whatever in the subj...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 February 1889

SiSt!tfwkJ0rKfinlHr9tfW 9(Em. TWZyt:?6' && ammxii iu. yu, ! Ji TJXf, 1' -: THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1889. GLARA BELLE'S CHAT. A Glance at Some Interesting Women With a Mission in Life. IMS. H.B.STOWE AND F. H.BUMETT "Wherein the Two Differ in the -Matter of Driving a Bargain. A FAMOUS FEMALE STEIZE EECALLED rcOKEESPOSDESCE OI TBI DISPATCH.! EW XOEK, February 9. Let us see if we can not find some women who are interesting in some new way or other aside from that fashion able 5Tew York frivolity which somewhat fre quently commands the pen of this particular correspondent. "Well, there is Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe. She will answer ihe purpose, not only because the authoress of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" is a remarkable woman, but also because there is a jolly row about her. A year ago it was thought that she was going to die immedi ately. To physical nilments was added men tal disturbance,and last summer the dear old lady was sent to a quiet place away down on Lon...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 February 1889

A variety of questions claim attention this week. The following have been chosen for replies: "E.,: (Connecticut) asks: "If a person of some prominence in a country neicnDor hood, who has lived a long time in it, leaves the place permanently, calling upon many of the families before leaving, and does not Bend a card to others with whom she has a slight acquaintance, would it be common sense for those neglected to recognize this lady on the street If they should meet, or would It show more self-respect not to recognize her? A wise and shrewd old lawyer once said, 'It is not best to show resentment at slights, because it attaches too much importance to the neglect.' " Your wise and shrewd old lawyer was right. It would be far better to bow and to take no notice of the omission, which possibly was ac cidental. If it was intentional, take all the triumph out of it by showing that it has not (reached you. Let the lightning strike below yon, always. "Virgil" asks: "Suppose I am walking wi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 February 1889

fFT" 't'TSWft-f w -wvp-ygf ETENTSOFTHEWEEK Ups and Downs of Local Traffic Dur ing the Past Six Days, SURPMSES IN STOCKS AND OIL. The latter Boomed by Producers Patting a High Value on the Eeserre. ONE POLLAB KOW FEEELT TALKED OP The volume of business was cut down somewhat the past week by cold weather. "With accompanying snow and rain, render ing out-of-door movements difficult and un pleasant, and putting country roads into an almost impassable condition. Still, with all these drawbacks, general trade was fairly active, both here and at other com mercial centers, with liberal orders for season able goods, and values well maintained. Locally, while there was no boom in any thing, there was. a good average of transac tions, with an increase of inquiries for soma specialties notably iron. In local securities there were a tew surprises, both in the way of advances and of depressions. Early in the week a demand for Switch and Signal and La Noria set in, which advanced both of thess sto...

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

-34 PBELLIOFS FRUITS. I 'Independence of the American Colo nies a Great Gain to irTHE COMMERCE OP THE WORLD. jA Sapid Increase in the Production of Sugar and Cotton. BOHE TEEI IXTEEESTING STATISTICS rwmxra roE this sisri.TCB.1 HEBE can be doubt that, at no the time, the great mats of the English people believed that the suc cess of the American Revolution would be a fatal blow to En gland. As a conse quence, when the war was over and it was seen that not only was England not ruined by the loss of the American colonies, but that on tLe contrary there was a great gain - to both countries, there came a universal feeling of surprise. The population of Great Britain (exclud ing by this Ireland) wa about 9,250,000 on the close of the war in 1783 so that out in dependence meant the loss of about one fourth of her English population, and it meant about one-ninth of her commerce. It , cannot be disputed that the sudden lopping off of one-fourth the population and one ninth oi the commerce of...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 February 1889

Mnskv&fcKfSM ?5r fT,7ff3sp Wfj.fWw' y LANDIOKDM'SMASK Indelibly Stamped on the Picturesque People of Connemara. A STURDY FOLK CRUSHED, And 'Honest Toilers Forced to "While Masters Grow Fat. Hunger THE KEBXHi OP THJE 1EISH QUESTION rcoEBisroswatcs or the uispatch.1 OITGH DEEEX- CLABE, January 28. The peasantry of Connemara, and for that matter of all Con naught, are as ragged and picturesque as its soenery. They are a hardy lot, but they possess qualities of bravery tinder suffering, and a certain lofty independence at all times, which truly deepens one's interest in their study. In all kind, grateful and hospitable character istics, they are more Irish than all the rest of the Irish in Ireland combined. Thongh rude, ignorant and neglected, they still re tain a wholesome dignity. In custom and costume no place in Europe gives more dis tinct and striking examples than1 this pict uresque region. In the latter no inroads of civilization have been able to compel a change. Prom time i...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 February 1889

iKKai Tpr?'! 16 THE' PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY. " TEBRUAEY 10, 1889. - t- THE JOYS 0F1YIKTER In the Favored Eeqions Where Snow Abounds at This Season and THE ICE CROP BEYER PAILS. Btory of a SnoTvshoer's Mishap and a Coast ing Accident by Which A PEETTI EOMAKCE WAS SPOILED arerage mortal. rwwTres fob thi dispatch.: T the reader never lived jd s cold climate it is highly probable that he never walked on snow shoes. If he never had that experience he has missed a great deal of fan. I don't want to say a word against serene skies, balmy breezes and other things that make existence a poem; for, as was said of Benjamin Harrison and Pr e s i d e n t Cleveland, "They are all right," and I take about as much delight in them as the Bnt no snowshoes go 5-;tK them more's the pityl Wflen the fields and woods are green and the perfume of flowers scents the sul try summer air, one can find a cer tain amount of pleasure in taking solitary strolls along unfrequented paths leading through verdant m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 February 1889

?fVP " 1 " CTJY ' 7 'oe A -V - - 1' -r -? f y $M$mx& SHREWD JTEJT IX BUSINESS Can reach the best class of Investors through THE DIS PATCH. The 'best men in business can also be reached throusrh THE DIS PATCH. - PEOPLE WHO WANT HOUSES Should peruse the third paee of ' THE DISPATCH. All bavin? Houses to Bent can secure tenants bv adver tising in THE DISPATCH. FORTY-FOURTH TEAR. SB OF WAR The Distant Muttering of the Great June Battle for Pro hibition Now ROARS AND THUNDERS Through the "Wyoming Yalley, and the Camp Eires are Burning Brightly. THE GHIYAIEY OF EUZEBjSE Say They Will Make a Strong Fight for the Amendment if Their Wives and Daughters WILL RALLY AROUKD THE POLLS. A German Catholic Priest Denounces the Amendment as an Unright eous Measure. WIOMIXG COUSTX FOE PEOHIBITIOX Luzerne county is being hotly contested by hotter temperance people and liquormen for her vote on Constitutional amendment. The campaign seems to be farther advanced there than elsewhere. It rather looks ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 February 1889

f - SI, 2g 2 11 T, Tlie Most Beceut Temperance Legislation Favored BY MEN BEHIND THE BAE. Liquor Men Who Would Like to See the Anti-Treating Law. AN ADTOCATE OP EARLIER CLOSING Teopleon the Fence at the Present Junc ture Scored ly a Pastor. ODD TEMPERANCE AMENDMENT NOTES The anti-treating bill, which -was intro duced in the Legislature on Tuesday last by Representative McConnell, of Chester county, is becoming the subject of conver sation among barkeepers and saloon owners of this city. Quite a number of the Alle gheny county legislative delegation came home Saturday morning to spend Snnday with their friends, and, in a well-known saloon downtown one of them was found Saturday night, giving information about the biU in question. For the purpose of determining how the saloon keepers of this city regard the measure, a Dispatch re porter made the rounds of a number of saloons. The interviewing had to be done over the heads of crowds of drinkers, as it was impossible to get near the bar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 February 1889

THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1889. j8 HJ0T-AS THEY SEEI. Situations With Which the Commer cial Beporter Wrestles. BU5LXESS MEN WHO LIKE TO LIE, And Some Others Who Can't Do it Half as Well as Journeymen. fTERITfllXG LAID TO COOXTBT LOADS The work of a commercial reporter is not picturesque, and only those who have tried to lift it from the horizontal day after day for a long time can fully appreciate the difficulty of the task of making it even pal atable for clogged appetites. A business man may have as much imagination and sentiment as a lawyer or any other profes sional man; but he sternly represses it when it comes to matters relating to filthy lucre. If he has a fact to state, and wishes to state it, he does it tersely and frowns on any attempt 10 put it in preentabie dress. He tells you the market for money, or for any other product, is weak, or slow, or heavy, or active, or feverish, or easy, or strong, or something else, and then impa tiently wants to know w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 February 1889

BgtgasaBi i:gsi itQtlwyWF fWwn je Bial4 ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, lSJS. Vol. 44, No. 4. Entered at I'lttsburg l'ost oBlce, J.ovembcrH. 1867, as cecona-ciass matter. Business Offlco-97 andG9 Fifth Avenue. News Eooms and Publishing House-75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. This paper having more than Double tho circulation of any otber in the State outside of Philadelphia, In advantages ni an adver tising medium will be apparent TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rosTAGE rnEi m ins cxtteo states. IUriY. DISPATCH, Cue Year J SCO Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter 200 Daily Dispatch. OncMonth " Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one year. WOO Daily Dispatch, lncludlnj bunday, per quarter IH Daily Dispatch, .Including Sunday, ona month 90 Ecxday Dispatch, one year 150 Weekly Dispatch, one year - lis The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at 15 cents per week, orlneludingthebunday edition, at !0 cents per week. PITTSBURG, MONDAY, FER 1L 18S9. A PATHETIC CASR The sad case told in our local columns this morning, ...

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

THE PITTSBUHG- DISPATCH, , MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, B03IMCE OF A CRIME. Startling Bevelations in the Ben ninglioff Bobbery, Which ELECTRIFIED THE OIL REGIONS. The Principal Bobber Identified in Texas by a Bartender. FLATINQ A TRY BOLD GAME OF BLUFF. The TieTt of $250,000 Compromised ty the Payment cf300. Some- peculiar facts connected with the great Benninghoff robbery have just become public. The Etory is a remarkable one, and describes the escape of the principal culprit; his recognition and arrest in Texas; the bold game played by the robber, and, finally, the compromise effected. The tale is a strange one and well told. rntOM A 6TA1T COBKESrONTEST.; Habkisbubg, February 10. A group of State legislators where vhiling away the time to-day by recalling remarkable remin iscences. One of them, who is in a position to be thoroughly conversant with the case, related the following hitherto unpublished fapts connected with tbe great Benninghoff robbery: In the "good old days," of which oilme...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 February 1889

WmmMlWimimmiimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmKim n$3fwv9RHPBMgnBH9 VS .s -y:-r-riS2. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, MONDAY, PEBRUART- 11, 1889, "fwa x-rr wPKRwwRiDiBffiSBnBSPBP? v . ' ,--:";.'..b." - -.- --y.- 7-,- .-.T;- .v f-- I ;6 Ik i GENIAL J. W. WALTZ The Popular Official of tlio Baltimore Clul), in Town. A GOOD SLOPE SENSATION. Fred Dnnlap Assaulted by a St. Louis Ruffian. A BDKLESQUE BATTLE 15 OHIO. Tommy Hogan Will Fight Either Ward or Kennard. GEKEEAL SFOETIXG XEWS OF THE DAT It seems as if the managers of numerous ball clubs have suddenly come to the con clusion that Pete McShannic is a good third base player. During the last few days he has had many ofiers and yesterday Mr. J. "W. "Waltz, Vice President of the Baltimore Baseball Club, was in the city trying to secure him. All offers lor McShannic are too late, however, because he has accepted the. terms of the Hamilton club. Mr. Waltz is one of the most genial young gentleman one can meet. His frankness and Intelligence make It interesting t...

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

wSt v"v 's , . & J ' '''',' F s THE PITTSBTJBG DISPATCH, MONDAY, EEBEITABT 11, 1889. 7 ?1 . . . . . &- NOW FIRST ..' The Pennycomequicks Written for THE DISPATCH by S. BARING-GOULD; M Anthorof Mf.aah,"'Coubt Eoyjll,""John Heeeinq," "The Gtbocs, "Etc ALL SIOSTS SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. Chaptebs L axs 1L Urs. bldebottom, whose maiden name was Fennycomequlck, and her son Captain Pennjxomequlck, who had taken the name by special licence, are sitting together consider ing waj6and means. With ambitions notions and extravagant tastes she finds It difficult to lire on the XMO annuallr, which is her Income. Both she and her son are reckoning upon the possible fortune that may be theirs on the death or a wealthy relative, Jeremiah Fennycomequlck (half-brother to Airs, feldebottom), whom they have Just entertained at dinner, hut who Is disgusted with their overdone professions of interest in his welfare. Living with him Is a niece, faalome Cnsworth, one of two sisters, the elder ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 February 1889

te?iy5flPffM3 nTTfWV3nTfi VJifMUi, rfNK?qeirff''xafTK-aBfiiunEnaHKKb tiAtKfSf.aNBfKL'tt'Z " ! I Cr , - ? Vi ' r E ' rV ' " ' ' ft. THE PITTSBtrRG- DISPATCH; " MONDAY, FEBRTJART. " 11, 1889. r ' if ft fc. . t THE TIME TOWOffi. Eey. T. DeWitt Talmae Preaches on the Duties We Owe to ALL THOSE LIVING AKODKD US. General and Generous Redistribution Needed. BENEATH A CANOPT OF ANGELS' WINGS rsrrclXL TELrGCAM TO TUB DISPATCn.l Brooklyn, February 10. Before an au dience gathered from all parts of the earth the Her. T. De "Witt Talmage, D. D., ex pounded passages of Scripture descriptive of stirring scenes in David's life. Led by organ and cornet the multitudes joined in singing: Time, like an ever rolling stream, Bears all its sons away; They fly forgotten, as a dream Dies at the opening day. The subject of Dr. Talmage's sermon was "Our Own Generation," and his text, Acts xiii, 36: "David, after he had served his own generation by the will of God, fell on sleep." That is a text which has for...

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