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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 February 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH. PAGES 9 TO Bp ! SECOND PART. IS t i NOW FIRST; SA SERIES OF SHORT STORIES By J. Marsden Sutcliffe, ENTITLED , THE KOMMCE OF M ItfSURAMJE OFFICE, Beisc Passages in the Experience of He. AUGUSTUS WILLIAM "WEBBEE, "Formerly General Manager to the Universal Insurance Company. ALL SIGHTS Strange Disappearance of Mr. Constam. .Mr. Jerome Kohnstam came to England to await the issue of some speculations in -which he was engaged, and arrived in Lon don on that memorable day in June when the news came to hand of Wellington's vic tory over Kapoleon on the field ot "Water loo. That great battle, which brought death and desolation to countless thousands and secured to Europe 40 years of uninter rupted peace, laid the foundations of Sir. Kohn&tam's prodigious wealth. He was well on for middle life when he first came to our friendly shores, and had hitherto suffered many a rude buffet at the hands of that fickle goddess who is said to preside over the affairs of men, di...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 February 1889

V44 r-. 10 THE PITTSBURG- - DISPATCH, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16. 1889. GKOWTHOFACHUECH How Presbyterianism Has nourished in This Busy Section. SOME INTERESTING ' STATISTICS And a Brief KeTiewof thellistoryof this Powerful Denomination.- FJFIT-FITE CONGREGATIONS COUNTED "They call me Old Mortality and keep me to write obituaries." .These, words fell from the lips of Dr. Lea, who might well be called Pastor Emeritus of the two cities. Certainly be is the oldest representative Presbyterian pastor. .Speaking of the growth of Christianity and the rapid spread of the gospel, Dr. Lea said: "The church has grown more in 25" years than in any one century heretofore, and if I' might be al lowed to express my mind in a single word ere I step from an active ministry, that word would be Hallelujah!" Dr. Lea served as the pastor of the Thirty ninth Street Church for 50 years, and is fond of telling the young people of his congrega tion such a story as this one: "Yes, A , I will marry you. I baptized ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 February 1889

"fffS : THE MAB1ET BASKET. Fancy Country Bntter in Good De mandLow Grades Go Slow. LIVELY FISH AND OYSTER TEADE. Price of Meat Fails to Drop With the De cline of Cattle. A; QUIET TEADE IX FLORAL LINES The retail prices of meat change not, though cattle and hogs have been steadily on the decline all the winter. Cattle on the hoof are 2c per pound lower than they were a few months ago. Steers weighing 1,600 pounds were sold at East Liberty this week for 3jc the lowest price since before the war. At these figures there is an advantage to tbe batcher of 25 on a single steer over prices of the early winter. Consumers do not reap the benefit of this decline, as retail prices continue unchanged. Stockmen report that few prime cattle find their way to the stalls on account of sharp competition with dressed beef. If bntchers reaped any profit last fall, their returns ought to be large now. At the fruit and vegetable stalls there is cen eral complaint of slow trade. Wbilo stuff of every kind ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 February 1889

'- -r1' 12 A QUAINT CEREMONY. JEconomites Celebrate the Anniver sary of Their Organization TMTH PEAYERS AKD A BAKQUET. Peculiar Social and Religious Customs of the Harmonites. COUETSHIP AND MABKIAGE TABOOED. rgrXCIAX. TXMGRAX TO TUX CISPJLTCn.l Economy, February IS. Eighty-four years ago to-day, in -what was then a -wild, forest region of Bntler county, this State, there was solemnly and formally organized the most remarkable and unique theocratic community that the -world had ever seen since the days of that famons old Grecian philosopher, Pythagoras. Its originator and founder was George Bapp, an humble German farmer, who, with some 600 of his fellow countrymen had fled thither to escape religious persecution in their "Fader land." Absolute communism was the most im portant feature of their creed, and those who had wealth agreed, quite as cheerfully as those who had nothing, to throw all their possessions into a common stock. To-day, in this most quaint and curious village of Econ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 February 1889

FORTY-FOURTH YEAE. iffllMIS Beautiful San Jose Totally Wrecked by a Series of Seismic Shocks. NOT A HOUSE LEFT' INTACT r Two Hundred People Killed Outright and 1.000 Se- riously Injured. THE EAETH IN EEYOLT. Wares as of Water Eise From the Ground and Fall, Swallow ing All Before Them. THE HEX, WOMEN AND CHILDREN Mowed Down Like Grass Before the Past Bushing Flames of an Awful Prairie Fire. ODD FEATUBES OF TEE CATASTEOPHE A correspondent of The Dispatch f vires an account, just received in New York ,1y mail from Costa Rica, of the terrible earthquake which visited the latter place December 29. The dreadful particulars have not been told here before. The entire city of San Jose is wrecked, there not remaining of all its beautiful buildings a single house of over one story in height. Two hundred people were killed and over 1,000 seriously injured. A multitude are now homeless. Preparations lor rebuilding are being made in a half-hearted way. The earth seemed to rise and fall as in wave...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 February 1889

Ktf-KSiE 2 THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, HNTAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1889. f A KATIOML WOMAN, Bright Belva A. Lockwood, Objects to Bain in Pittsburg, and Then KEVEETS TO WIDER SUBJECTS. She Will Attend the Universal Teace Union to be Held in Paris. PI10H1BITI0U STEOXGLT INDORSED "Can you show me the way to The Dis PATcn -writing rooms?" asked a quiet voiced lady on Fifth avenue last evening. It was just growing dark, but still daylight enough remained to show her to be short and stout, with a bright face surmounted by white hair and a low-plumed cap. "Certainly, madam." "Thank you. I always like to -walk with a nice looking young man." The young fellow rallied from the shock beautifully; bat aiasl his gallantry got clean away with his good sense. "And I, madam, always like to talk to a nice look ing old ladj 1" The chunk of silence that intervened was only broken by the soft splat, splatter of her rubbers, and the steady plunt of his num ber nines. There was a1 dreary drizzle on, but she carried...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 February 1889

PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY IT, . 1889.-; HEADY FOR A CHANGE Beal Estate Men Who Believe That -May Should Be Moving Month. A SLY DIG AT AP1UL FOOLISHNESS, With Some Good Seasons Why a Month Later Would Be Better. QUAETEELI COLLECTION IDEA STEONG. Fittsburg moves on April 1, not because it is All Fools Day. nor because Pitts burgers are all fools, but possibly, because there is just a little bit more old fogyisru in the composition of our people than is abso lutely necessary to make a well-balanced judgment Ex-Mayor Henry A. Weaver states that the day was fixed in the time of Edward IT., and that, and that alone, is probably the reason we adhere so tenacious ly to a custom which should have no bind ing force in cities where agricultural opera tions are not carried on. Even in Phila delphia, which in 1708 was divided into 1,000 and 5,000 acre lots, and might have been styled an agricultural city, the people do not icel compelled to move on April 1, but take any time that is m...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 February 1889

cea ""Vw".,;??? fUje BippMj. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8. IS46. Vol. 44, No. 10. Entered at 1'lttsburg Po6t oSce, N0TCiaberl4, 1SS7, as seeona-ciass matter. Business Ofllco 97 and 09 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing: House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. ThU paper bavins moro than Double the circulation ofony other in ibe State ouulde of Philadelphia, Its advantages as an adver tising medinm will be apparent. TEIUDJ OF THE DXSPATCH. rOSTAGE TREE Df TOE CTOTED STATES. nin-T HisPATCn. One Year. t 800 Uatlt Disr-ATCH. l'er Quarter .. 200 ... Dailt Dispatch. Oncilonth ...... Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, ens year ; 190 Daily DisrATcn, including sway, per quarter . Daily Dispatch. Including fcunday. ona month. - EtrNDAT Dispatch, oneyear. " Weekly Dispatch, one year .... 1 - 7 he Daily Dispatch U delivered by carriers at 15 cents per week, or including the Sunday edition, at SOcents per week. Voluntary contributors should keep copiet of r article. If compensation it desired the price...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 February 1889

lfSfJMS, Mi' THE PITTSBURG DISPATOH, SUNDAY, PEBRTJART 17, 1889. "-H' 1 PIQUANT PEOBLEM Which is Agitating the Dwellers in the District of Columbia. WHO WILLTHECABINETLADIES BE? f9 n- t . TWorilioc Rnrm Amnsine L Pnnntrr Visitors. JCECESS1T1' F OE A XEW WHITE HOUSE tCOKEESrOSDCCXOFTnE DISPATCH.! Washington; February 1G. The air is heavy with expectancy. If the country at large is interested in the composition of the coming Cabinet, think what a matter of great pith and moment must be that piquant problem to the dwellers of the Columbian District! Here will reside the all-powerful Ministers, whose relation to the Executive is so well expressed by Shakespeare: ".Lesser than he, yet gieater." Under the immediate sway of the mighty eight, hun dreds of workers who inhabit this little tri angular slice of the world must pursue the even (or uneven) tenor of their way during the next four years. Of paramount im portance is it to them that the chief under whom they serve should be, if not s ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 February 1889

' THE PITTSBURGH DISPATCH. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1889. fL AREV1EW0FSP0RTS. Tlio McAuliffe-Myer Eattle Exhaustively Discussed. r I BOTH BELOW EIEST CLASS. I 5 Their Styles Compared With Those ot Front Bank Men. t EECORDS OF THE TWO PUGILISTS. h Interesting Sews About Amateur and Pro fessional Ball Players. GEXEBAL SPOETDiG NEWS OP THE DAT Undoubtedly the great event of the week (among sporting people has been the battle 'between Jack McAuliffe and Hilly Myer for the lightweight championship of .America. At any time it would have received considerable national attention; but occurring at a dull period ot the year it has stood prominently out like a huge pyramid in a desert. Column after column has been written about it and what has been written is nothing compared witU what has been said about it. Probably no fistic .encounter for many jears has been so productive of conflicting opinions as the one 'in question. It may also be added that no battle was ever so disappointing to the peopl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 February 1889

i THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY IT, 1889. BLOOO Hi FIRE Are theUnhappy Samoan Islands K Wrapped by the Action of the Germans. MARTIAL LAW IS DECLARED To Be in Operation Without Regard to Any Nationality. COREESPOXDEST KLEIN'S CLOSE CALL He Narrowly Escapes Capture and Tiial Before a Military Tribunal American Ships Were Prohibited From Landinc Frcipht English and United States Ves sels Boarded by German Armed Men A Destructive Fire nt Apia Tho Ger man Consul Blames It on tho Ameri cans. The steamer Mariposa has arrived at San Francisco with full advices of the situation in Samoa. The German force have con tinued to act in the most high handed manner. English as well as American rights have been repeat edly trampled upon. Kb vessels are allowed to land freight without submit ting to an examination. The German Con sul charges that Americans were implicated in cansing a destructive fire at Apia. Klein, the newspaper correspondent, ar rived on board the steamer. Sax Fkaxcisco...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 February 1889

t I r 8 A JAEBIRD PRINCE as the De Gourie "Who Once Made Love to Mrs. Frank Leslie and m DESERTED THE SKDB HE GOT. Familiar With the Interior of a Kumher of European Prisons, ALTCAIS FOLLOWED BI DETECIIYES. thi Harris De Leuiille Was rcriectlj KjM in His Conclusions. A startling story is told of a certain dark ond fascinating fellow, who called himself rPrince De Gourie, and who made violent iore to Mrs. Frank Leslie, pome time ago. It'is said the Prince is intimately acquaint ed with the interior of several European (prisons, havine in a number of instances teen convicted of fraud and minor crimes. JMrs. Leslie snubbed this princeling, and another wealthy woman was also made to refuse his advances. TBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH. . Loitdoit, February 16. Copyright 'Some time ago I had occasion to send a 3ong dispatch concerning a certain dark and fascinating prince who, called himself George Eristoff De Gourie. He had fallen in love with Mrs. Frank Leslie. She ad mired him, and the Marq...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 February 1889

SECOND PART. THE PEKING GAZETTE The Oldest Newspaper in the World and its Imperial Editors. MURDERERS SLICED TO DEATH. 1 Look at the Last Great Examination, and its 17,000 Students. ECHOLAKSMP A PASSPORT TO OFFICE rCOEBESrOSDEKCI OT TBI DISPATCH. 1 PEKING, CHI NA, December, 1SSS. One of the oldest things in this old capital of China is its news paper. The Peking Gazette has been published almost daily for 800 years. It is the oldest news paper in the world. It was read by the Chinese centuries before America was dis covered. Its first copies were struck off hundreds of years before Gutenberg gave printing to Europe, and it was in existence 600 years before'the Frankford Gazette, the first daily newspaper of our civilization, be gan its publication in 1610. Age has, how ever, produced no more change upon it than upon the Chinese people, and its contents are much the same to-day as thev were when it was founded in the darkness of the mid dle aces. Its method of printing is the same an...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 February 1889

fc I 10 True, it was empty, as lie had guessed. True, it was a pontoon boat, built of hide stretched tiehtly oer a frame. Hut such a sight there in the blackness of night by the three graves no man ever saw before. It was the great, white Spanish bull; and looking him richt in the face across the narrow rim of nodding lilies. The eyes were brilliant little lamps trimmed and burning so brightly that the whole little heart of the corpse was lighted like a festal hall. The wide and splendid horns were per fectly in place. The mighty neck had lost none of its noble strength and audacity. The widened nostrils were in the air. The ears were alert. Battle and blood were in every fold of the sweeping brisket. It was a wonderful work ot art that the strange girl had anchored here in the breathing well by the neatly kept graves. The skin had been opened at the back, the lees drawn up and fastened from within. The noble brute rode the waters on his breast as bravely as when the adventuress Eur...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 February 1889

THE PITTSBUHG- DISPATCH, SUNDAY, iFEBKTTAKY 17, 1889." 11 A PEEP AT SOROSIS. Exactly What Was Done at a Meetint? of the Famous Club. DEBATE IN WHICH FOR FLEW. Working Women, the Land Question, a Poem and Gushing: Sentiment ALBRIGHT SPECTATOR'S PEN PICTURE Ml Uafo! II vfi 11 rCOnBtEPOKBINCZ Or TOT DISPATCH. SEW YORK, Feb ruary 14. There is something suggestive of late dinners and lost money, contused reminiscences and re- volving keyholes, headaches and de pressing reflections in tfae idea of a social club; but when the club is dressed up in petticoats and tied with a sash, in other words, founded, organized and officered by women, then its chief dissipation is a lunch eon of muslin sandwiches and cambric tea, its wildest revel a discussion on some esoteric problem or transcendental theory. The oldest and most famous womau'sclub now in active operation is the Sornsis.which was founded by Jennie June, Alice Cary, Kate Field ana a dozen bright literary women more than 20 years ago. It ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 February 1889

"V --12 THE PITTSBUHG- DISPATCH, SUNDAT; EEBRITAET 17, 1889. VV it- fa ft i Mrs. M. E. TV. Sherwood answers the fol lowing questions on etiquette for The Dis .tatch this week: E. K. Earnest asks: "Will you explain the etiqnette of engagement rings and on what finger should the ring be worn? Is it proper for a young lady to wear one when not engaged? When was the custom estab lished? The custom of wearing wedding and en gagement rings is lost in a remote antiquity. Of course no one would wear either but as a signet of betrothal or marriage. A handsome diamond Is the usual gift of a lover to his "fair ladye" when she consents to be his. She wears it on the third linger of her right hand, nor re- moTes it until he puts the plain gold wedding ring on. Then the engagement ring takes the place of a guard. Barbara Warren asks (1) "if it is proper to take leave ot the host .at an erening party?" It is not necessary. (2). "Please tell mo how to cat an egg prop erly from an egg cup?-' Put the...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 February 1889

THE PITTSBT3HG DISPATCH. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY IT. 1889. 13 : A BUSINESS SURTEY. The Salient Features of Local Trade During the Past Week. MOXEY GOING OUT FIFTH AVENUE. A Leading Banker Announces a Radical Departure in Interest Charges- THE DOLLAK OIL HEX GET A BLACK EIE Local business the past weefc was only moderately active. The principal event was an effort on the part of the bulls in oil to reach the dollar line, but they failed, the highest point reached being 9. on Friday. Yesterday the bears got in their work, and dragged the price down to 91 at the opening and 89Jf at the close. The contest between the opposing elements was sharp and excit ing and neither would admit defeat. The market left off in good shape ibr a renewal ofthefitjht. Stocks were without special feature. Electric was higher at the close and Philadelphia Gas weaker. Changes In other local securities were of trifling im portance. Heal eslatc dealers and agents had their hands full of business all week, and made a ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 February 1889

WPPlilPSIlliPPI jt ;srr THE PITTSBURG-. DISPATCH, SUNDAY, PJEBRUART 17, -1889.' f ' 14. t- A GRAND PANOEAMA Unfolded to a Tourist in the Mount ains of Connemara. IRISH BIRDS AND POSIES. Mid-Winter Beauties of Land and Air Poetically Described. A EAEE JI0UXTA1N FL017EE FOTOD tCOBSXSrOKSENCXOrTnE sisfatce. LIFDEN, IRELAND, February 4. In a week's wandering among the Highlands or Connemara two un expectedly winsome objects of study to the walker, aside from the grandeur of scenery and the quaintness of the neasantrv. presented themselves with that rare delight which all travelers experience from a eense of personal discovery. These were the winter birds and wild fowl, and the winter flora of the silent and dazzling Irish heights. In that brief time a score of the former, which were recognized, were seen; double that number of unknown habitats of, or visitors to, the weird and mystic regions, added to the pleasant consciousness or ever present companionship; while the presence of winter...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 February 1889

wmSssfESSM THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1889. 15 DEFORMED CHILDREN Can be Made Straisht Willi Troper and Judicious Treatment SHIRLEY DAEE TELLS OF MIRACLES Wronjlit lj Pare Food, Fresh Air and Woman's Tender Care. A PAPER FOR FARESTS TO READ PTEITTKf TOE THE DISPATCH.1 IP anything on earth more expresses the divinity in man than the devotion of parents to afflicted children, show it to me! What g.'t de scends on fa hers and mothers to make them so endlessly tender of deformity, patient through months, years and lifetimes, sleepless, the arms fail them, able of their flock. tireless at heart when and all for the least Nothing shows the difference between the old pagan feeling, worshipful of youth and beauty as it was, and the modern belief, than that every man and woman who reads this will feel a touch at heart, which makes the last sentence superflous and trite. Two thousand years ago it would not have been so. The well and the wise considered the unfortunate as bur...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 February 1889

BfiSaSiaSZ 7pBp-wwJIPV -m- f.YfiWiH 'tW-Wf ?'! ' w "? wjRrr-'1 ' 16 THE PirTSBTTEG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, FEBEtTABT It, 1889. k HOW CARS ARE BUILT. interesting Facts About the Construc tion of Coaches and Engines PICKED UP AT FT. WAYNE SHOPS. What the Hospital Department of a Great Railroad is Like and EOHLTHIXG OP THE WORK IT DOES WBRTEX TOR TOE DISrOCU.1 HE hospital depart ment, otherwise known as the repair shops, of a great railroad, ib a place fall of interesting sights. There, perhaps, better than anywhere else one can obtain an adequate idea ot the immense expenditure of time, labor and money; the innumerable me chanical appliances re quired in railroad work and the thousands of details, all of them important, which are necessary to Keep tne rowing noes m a serviceable condition. A. few days ago, armed with a pass from 6uperii.tendent A. B. Starr, of the Pitts burg, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway, which was an open sesame to scores of doors on which the words "Positively No Ad mit...

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