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

ffwriiiiirTrafieTO rani w&frmntivmmkjr '?5& ,.' , THE PITTSBUKG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 188ft W-X'!?!' . nMmiii T .4'I " . . r t ,- r ---a' .F' r. Bfla&i. LT'-j-tf-' v. aibq'-?p' - i r' ' ,,a'ir ? -hi. 5 s i .i I TJ NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. WgWlAPTEH-TISEMEXTS. KEW APTER'nHhhESTS , ! to Slfc ! B. & B. ft Greatest Tiii Etbt 'Dm. WOMEiYATOT WORKERS Trom a Political Point of View, Says Colonel M.S. Qnay, and TflEY SEED 2J0T EXPECT OFFICES. If They Get Them it Will be Through the Ifforts of Their Masculine Friends. ILL THE XEWS FK01I .NEARBY TOWNS rEVEClAL TELEGRAM TO TITE DISPATCH.! Beaver, Pa., January 4. It comes from the highest authority that flaring the week of Colonel Quay's Etay at his home here, be tween the holidays, he was visited either in person or by proxy by nearly every appli cant for a postoffice or other political ap pointment under the new administration, and was asked to consider each respective ap plicant's claims for the place applied for. The par...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 January 1889

c- f t v 6 THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, - JANUARY 5, 1889. 4 .'' RQWFORTHE A Tery' Lively Time Among the Female Bicyclists. V0OLUMENGAIKSGR0TOD A Probable Checker Match Between Heed and Baker. PEES, UIMICK TALKS ABOUT EOIYE. Denny Bros. EeEolvc to Sell Some Valuable Horses. GEXEE1L SPOETIKG NEWS OF THE DAT Hattie Lewis' efforts to defeat Elsa "Von Blumen in the female bicycle race simply had hundreds of Pittsburjrers wild with excitement last evenine. Each day Miss Lewis' supporters show up in the Grand Central Rink in increased numbers, and now it seems to hundreds who patronize Ihe contest a struggle between a "Pitts girl" and another who has no claims on Pittsburg at all. Partisan feeling ran exceedingly high among the immense crowd last erening, and the large number of lauies present manifested their feel ings of favoritism as heartily as the gentlemen. Certainly the audiences so far have been of a kind that hare norer been seen at regular sporting events in this city. The ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 January 1889

sajr - , - " .. ' THE PITTSBURG. iJDISPATCH, SATURDAY, JAOTTART 5, 1889. :-X-l THE IAKKET BASKET. Demand for Game on the Wane, and a Fair Week's Trade Reported AT THE FISH AXD OYSTER STALLS. Poultry Scarce and Higher and Butter and Eggs Drooping. A LA5D0FFICE TRADE IN FLOWEES Office of the Pittsburg Dispatch, J Fkiday, January 4, 188S. J Both jobbers and retailers of fruit and vegetables report very quiet trade for the past week. Said a leading dealer in materials for market basket filling: "We do not often hare as dull a -week as this has been. Our customers are evidently using upthe fragments left over from holiday dinners. Working peo ple do not buy freely, as the last pay was used up for Christmas doings, ana the next is more than a -week in the future. Capitalists are also waiting for January dividends. And so trade is always slow at this season." , At the fish and ovster stalls a fair week s trade is reported. Prices are firm. Choice stock is in good demand. Trade was slow at ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 January 1889

-n ir 4V THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1889, 8 ' . WW. FAVORABLE FUTURE Bradstreet's Beview Shows an Un usual Yolnme of Business, TTCTH A TEBT PROMISING OUTLOOK Bate Wars Have a Depressing Tendency on Railroad Stocks. DICEEASE IN KUMBEE OF FAILUSES. Das'! Eeport Also Takes a Hopeful View or the General Situation. Bradstreet's report shows tnat the holi days and mild weather hare had an adverse effect on trade. Nevertheless the volume of business has been unusually large. The out look for the future is regarded as promising. B. G. Dun & Co. also report a favorable Iprotpect rerxcru. tiled rak to the DisriTCH.l UEW YORK, January 4. The special tel egraphic reports to Bradstreet's this week ihow less activity in trade eenerally than in the preceding weeks. The movement of staple merchandise has been adversely af fected by the New Year's holiday and the mild weather. The volume of business has, however, been exceptionally large for the season, and the feeling is very ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 January 1889

THE CRANKY KAISER Not Only a Victim of Circum stances Attending His Birth, but Also CRAZED BY AN EAR TROU BLE Declared an Incurable Mental Invalid by an Eminent Physician. OTHER GOSSIP OP THE CONTINENT. Voung Emperor William's Antipnthy to Ills Father's Memory nnd to Ills Mother's Person Explained in a Charitable Man ner He Had Much Better Been of Igno ble Birth The Present Ear Trouble Bound to be Fntnl His Mind Jfow Sel dom His Own Bismarck Thought to be TakincAdvnntnge ofllic Munition in His Own Way Morier Hated Because of n Supposed Leak to the Enemy. The development of the mental phases of the young German Emperor's character be coming daily a more -distasteful subject to contemplate. His ear trouble, it is asserted, rill sometime cause an explosion that can't be smothered, as some have already. He's often not mentally responsible for his acts, and the growth of his disease is but a ques tion of time, as it is incurable. It has as yet shown itself most prominently in the hatred ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 January 1889

yBPjssBjHIsBBIB HER GiFTSDQUBLED. Miss Jane Holmes' Bequests to ' Local Public Charities RECEIVE A BIG ADDITION. The Advance in the Yalne of Her Estate and a Partial Sale G1YETHE INSTITUTIONS $600,000, Instead of the $300,000 Specified in the JfoWe lady's Will. THE LUCKY ASYLUMS AXD IIOSPITAfcS A monument that becomes whiter in its beauty as the grass over the tomb grows higher and higher each year, cannot be made of enduring granite or the purer marble. 'But there is such a shaft in this city. It was erected by a woman's delicate hands, and as it is chastened by gathering years, it will add more and more luster to the name and memory of Miss Jane Holmes. The blessings which this noble woman left to the poor and sick of Pittsburg have multiplied. They will continue to multi ply. Her wisdom in life is assisted by Providence after her death. "When Miss Holmes died, in May, 1885, "ehe bequeathed 300,000 to the public char itable institutions. There was a residuary clause in the will. T...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 January 1889

- - - - , , , i - - .. ... i - dK PLATE GLASS BRIDGE. Project to Span the Allegheny Ei?er at Creighton. Station, AND COSKECT THE TWO COUKTIES. The Xeeessity for a Lrldce an Outgrowth of the Glass Industry. ACCOMMODATIONS WOULD SUPPLY Another bridge across the Allegheny rirer is projected. If "built it trill be a direct outgrowth of the plate glass industry. The prospects for bnilding are said to be Terr encouraging. The bridge will connect Creighton and Tarentnm on the Allegheny county side, with Valley Camp and Par nassus in "Westmoreland county. Captain James Ford, the wealthy plate glass manu facturer, is interested in the enterprise. There is no foot bridge on the Allegheny between Sharpsburg and Parker's Landing, a distance of 50 miles. Just above Free port there is a railroad bridge. Tarentnm lias been a growing town for six years past. Its ontslurts are Creighton on the south and Avenue on the north. Much of the railroad travel from these three towns seeks the A. V. It. R. on...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 January 1889

Wjje j$gafcg. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1818. Vol. 4 o. 3H. Entered ai Httsburg Post tifflee, lovembern. 1SS7, u seOunfl-clxss miller. Business Office 97 and99 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House 75, 77 end 79 Diamond Street. This paper limine more llinn Doable Iho circulation of any other in the State outside cIFhiladrlphia, its advantages as on advertising- medium will be apparent TEIOIS OF THE DISPATCH. rOSTAGE FREE IN THE OTTXD STATES. DAILT DISPATCH, OneXear I 8W DAILY DisrATCiI, l'er Quarter :5 Daily Dispatch, One Month ,0 Daily Dispatch, including Mnday, one year WW Daily Dispatch, including fctindsy, per quarter. ISO k Daily DISPATCH, Including MinUay. one month 10 EOnday Dispatch, one year . IM Weekly DisrATCH, one year lis The Daily Dispatch U delivt red by carriers it J.'cents per week, or including the&undayedltlon, atSO cents per week. Voluntary contributors should leep coipcS of articles. If compensation is desired the price expected wist be named. The cour...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 January 1889

THE HTTSBTOiG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JANUARY 6, 1880. " " g ' , . i - i , . i i -i ii . - . - K WILL M)T BE CLOSED. Bearer Favors the Eeopening of tho Soldiers' Orphans' Schools, THE GEAKD ARMY'S AD IKYOKED. The Cost of the System Since its Inaugu ration in 1S65. SOJIE PERPETUAL BENEFICIAE1ES. appropriations which tend to the immediate relief of the real estate of our citiiens." By the exemption of the capital stock of manufacturing corporations from taxation the State loses annually about $300,000. The Grangers are with the Governor in his sug gestion of the repeal of legislation exempt ing "several species of property" from taxa tion, as they think corporations have been too much favored by Pennsylvania .law makers. PERPETUAL BENEFICIARIES. The Governor Wants the Capital Stock ct Uassbe turing Corporation! Taxed. A movementison foot to have the Soldiers and Sailors Orphans' Schools reopened for the admission of pupils. The idea is favored by Governor Beaver, -who believes that the orph...

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

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JANUARY 6, 1889. SPORT NG REVIEW Some New Features of Spald ing's Australian Trip. BASE BALL IN ENGLAND. TVhy It Won't Become Popular Among the Britishers. SULLIVAN AND JAKE KILSAIN. Opinions Bearding 'Oieir Proposed Meet ing in Canada To-Moriw. v fOREEISOVS STATEMENT EEPLIED TO It may be that tne next generation of baseball players will have to carry out an international schedule of games during the season. Canada, of course, is not referred to in this instance no more than Hayti, but reference is made to all parts of the civil ized world, with the probable exception of Iceland. This expectation, hope, or what ever it may be called, is prompted by the columns of opinions that have been written and published this week regarding the in tention of Mr. Spalding to "cover the world" with his two ball teams before he returns home. I'm sure that enough has been written on the sub ject to convince anybody who knows nothing about the matter that baseball will...

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

.MiitiiiriHiii MKSKBEJ nan THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JANUART 6, 1889.v FRIEND'S BIG FRAUD. Complete and Sensational De tails of the Mammoth Swin dle of the Century. CAREER OF THE SCHEMER. He JIade a Similar Attempt at Chi cago Four Years Before, BUT THE TRICK WAS SOON EXPOSED He Then Discovered a Gold Mine In New Hampshire Some Persons Belicie the Professor is Not Dead This. However, 'Docs Not Seem Possible Sirs. Friend Is Not Scared, and Will Give No Salisfae tion to the Siockholders The Total Amount Sunk is Nearly $1,000,000. The sugar swindle continues to be the sensation of the day. It is now certain that nearly 1,000,000 has been sunk in the scheme. A large part of this came from England. Prof. Friend had an interesting career. He tried at one time to work his "electric" process in Chicago, but failed. Friend is believed to be certainly dead. ISrECIAL TELEGBAM TO THE DISPATCn.l New- York, January 5. The people who were lost in the electric sugar blizzard touched their hat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 January 1889

f NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. KEW ADVERTISEMENTS. KEW ADTERTISEJIE.VTH. - gjy THE PET OF PAKIS Hustlins With All His Might for Met ropolitan Indorsement. BE WAXTS TEE YOTES OP ALL, Randolph Churchill, who wore a costume of black lace, covered with diamonds and a blazing diamond star on her forehead, into dinner. Lord Randolph tosk in Mrs. North, who was in a pompadour costume, which was also magnificent. The ball lasted till 5:30 A. m. and is the talk of the town. But theProMilities Are He Won't Get the Necessary Majority. HIS POPDLAKITr A GREAT FACTOE. Colonel Korth Glres a Great Ball That Costs Thousands of rounds. Boulanger is more than ever the center of interest in things political in Paris. The 27th of January is the date on which he ex pects the Department of the Seine to elect him, tut though he has as yet no opponent, it isn't now thought that he can get the nec essary majority of all the votes that will be cast His vote will be very large, though. Colonel North, the "Xitrate King,...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 January 1889

BWWw3f!sPJIrii THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH PAGES 9 TO 16. j : ' PITTSBTJKG, SUNDAY, JANUARY 6, 1889. EOW THET WOKE IT, i Bill ffje Discusses the Inter-State Commerce Law. A RAILROAD COMPACTS LEDGEB. A System of Bookkeeping That is Beauti fully Simple. A TEEr TOUCHING OBITUABI NOTICE. tWEITTEX FOR THE DISFATCH.1 On board a railway train, which Is just inl the act of passing a given point, 1SS9. J INCE the passage of the inter-State commerce law, a measure whichlias, no doubt, contrib uted more to the literature and less to the prosperity of the country than anything else since the-organization of the Adams great Apple Trust 'when the country was new, many people who are not drawing salaries as inter-State commissioners have frequent ly wondered how the old thing was work ing. They have noticed with pride that rates have gradually changed from so much perliundred pounds on first, second and third class freight to so much and a half on same character of freight, and that there is a prospect...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 January 1889

10 Revelations, and the Psalms, went into an" orderly mixture with the Gospels. "Now, if tou turn up a trump," and Pootle laughed so loudly that his nephew hair awoke, and turned on the lounge, 'It might he Gabriel's." Colonel Dallas clapped the volume down on the table. The hands were instantly tjuiet. "Suppose we do have a game of cards? Pootle continued. "There'd be time enough for a dozen pots of poker before we get to Sandy Hook." "As you please," said the Colonel. The negro attendant in the saloon, being summoned, appeared atiirst to have never heard of cards, either aboard or pshore, but upon a dollar being mentioned, he evolved the idea that he might procure a pack from the barkeeper. "When he returned from the errand, and rapped at the door, it was Colo nel Dallas who was readiest to open it He took the cards frc-i the waiter, felt in aa inner pocket for the dollar, and said some thing jocose in response to Pootle's protest that a host should bv right pay the expenses of en...

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

IfSTCflPTSl ESHBBni f?T5S THE KEJG OF K&BEA. Frank G. Carpenter Meets His Majesty " in the Bojal Palace of Seoul. HOW HE LOOKS, ACTS AKD TALKS, The King's Positive Character and His Pro gressive Ideas. v EE BEADS AMERICAS KEWSPAPIES tntOa OCR TIU.VXI.IXa COItKESPOXDEST.3 SEOUL, Korea, November, 188S. JubUOO years before Columbus dis covered America, geucrations before Shakespeare was born, more than 200 years before Luther stirred up Germany with his preaching, a hundred years be fore the first Bible was printed, when nil England was sleeping on straw, and when pins had yet to be known, the present dynasty of Korea &at upon its imperial throne and governed its cream-faced, almond-cjed subjects. The blood that flows in the veins of Li-Hi. the present King of Korea, is of the same con tinuous roral stream which has flowed over the Korean throne since 1392. During that time 29 kings have reigned, and the power of each has been more despotic than that of the Czar of Russia. The ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 January 1889

- 12 THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JANUARY-- 6, fir -A "v'VSi xf -V. -It What is home without a mother? some body has asked just for the sake of showing that he is smart eno'ugh to know what a motherless home is. Bat there is another sort of home that is not a home at alL It's a hybrid thing a domicile, a residence, a bouse or dwelling, but not a home. It may be a cousin to a palace or it may be one small room at the top of a tenement bonse, and it is talked of-by its owner or lessee as a home. You notice that it isn't the least bit sacred in his eyes or in those of anyone else. "Wby? Because the man's heart isn't there. He has so chains of love or dnty to bind him to it softly bnt most strongly. There's the secret. Home mar not have even four walls and a roof though it may be said they are con venient to have around may not represent 5100, or may bave cost 51,000,000, it is all the same if the heart of its owner or owners be there. What is home without a mother? An orphan asylum...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 January 1889

Jt THE PITTSBXJBG- DISPATCH, SUNDAT,' JANTJAItY' 6, 1889, C" iW.M v-m sL NOW DON'T GET MAD. Eer. George Hodges Gives Some Ad Tice to Ill-Tempered People. GOOD MEN SOMETIMES GET ANCLRY. Good Temper, Good Nature and Humor Tastlr Different Good THE JOIS OP A CANTANKEROUS POOL ' T, .j?' irano ron the dispatch.3 E that is slow to anger is better than the mighty; and he that rulcth his spirit, than he that taketh a city." This JS a proverb about temper. Temper is a certain condition of metal and of mind. If a link of steel has a (Jl good temper, it is rood for something. II a man has a cood temper he is good for something. Bill bad temper spoils steeland spoils men. There is a clear distinction between good temper, and good nature, and good humor. Good-natured people are born so. That is their nat ire. They have inherited an en viable hab t of having a pleasant face, and of always joking upon the bright side of things. They are commonly careless about the little worries of life, easy-goin...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 January 1889

'WWk I 14 ' '" , J -"gjfc THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH,. SUNDAY, JAmiARY 6,' 1889. THIS IS HEWS TO TOU. Professor K. S. Shaler onBecent Dis coTeries and Inventions, IS THE PLAKET MARS HABITABLE? Smoke in Cities, Mineral Eesources China and a Jew Kose. of THE LATEST EXPLOSIVES FOE HINIXG nmiTEN FOR THE DISPATCH. EOF. C. A. TOTJNG, in the December number of the Popular Science JYetwand Boston Jour nal of Chemistry gives an instructive resume of the knowledge which has been acquired con cerning the planet Mars. In eeneral. the structure of Mars seems to be not unlike that of our own earth. The lands are more divided than on the terrestrial sphere and the seas are correspondingly narrower. ttntil recently, there was nothing to excite astonishment in the physiography of this planet, but recently Chiaparelli, a dis tinguished astronomer of Milan,has observed that the surface of these continents are singularly intersected by narrower straight lines extending in various directions across their fa...

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

f r-H THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JAFTJAUT 6, 1859. -- lir 1 TOT I LEFT THE SEA. Clarke Russell, the Famous Writer, Gives Some Eeminiscences of HISEABLY LIFE AS A SAILOR BOY. Ocean Life is Kot Half so Pleasurable as is Fainted. it HIS LAST VOYAGE BEFOEE THE MAST rwarriEX for the dispatch. tt.KJt; is one very small particular in deed in which I may claim to resemble the poet "Wadsworth: I am not one wnp much or oft delights To season my friends with personal talk but having been asked to contribute "some thins of a slim, auto biographical character," it has occurred to xne to convert the proposal into an oppor tunity, that I may be enabled to answer a question which has been very often put to rae since the first of my ocean stories, "The Wreck of the Grosvenor," found a public in America. "Why did I give up the sea? "How did it happen, Mr. Clark Bussell, that you should have abandoned a voca tion which you are never weary of writing about? There is not a page in your novels but t...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 January 1889

' - j .-"Sal PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JAOTAEY 6, 1889. , ."M TIE SOLEMN MINUET Again to Become the Popular Dance in Fashionable Society. ITS REVIVAL DDE TO ERHIKIE. Dancing Masters Besieged ty Applicants Wishing to Learn it. SOME OF THE MOTEMEKTS ILLUSTRATED ICOREESrOXDEXCE OF THE DISPATCH. 2EW Xoek, January 5. THE dancing masters hare gone to the shelf where the musty relics of the last century are stored to get a novelty for this teason's entertain ment. They have brought out from its hiding-place the old-fashioned min uet which, disap peared with our great-grandfathers. and have dressed it up lor use in tne ballrooms and par- ' lors of to-day. They have not done this because of their in- The Bow. ability to invent new figures, or vary the old ones and put a new name upon them, but because there has been a popular demand for the minuet It promises now to become in the course of two or three seasons the most popular, dance for the better class of parties. There is reason for co...

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