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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 February 1889

pa;.,irj"'f"""hs WwfWWWfm - THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH. PAGES 9 TO 16. fVf"! ""V "i I ' .' ' SECOHD PART. : r KEEP OFF THE GRASS. China's Great Wall Built to Prevent Unpleasant Visitations. -t " .! CHLNESE flAEOON ALBASCHID. Elide Tehicles Used for Transportation by the Celestials. -SHE CHINESE TVHEELBAEEOW IACHT rCOBB&SFOXSEXCX OF THE CISFATCILl PEKING, December SO, 1S88. The sev enth prince, or the father of the Emperor of China, has had to move put of his ancestral mansioa, and it was to-day sold to the Gov ernment for a little over $100,000. It jQnsi" VKI-i- ' will be used as a temple, and the reason for the selling is that no Chinese subject can live In a house in which an Emperor was born. The boy Emperor now outranks his father, and the relations becween tne two ore very curious. The Empress Kegent nnu this seventh prince still hold great in fluence in the Government, and the Em press Regent will probably still hare her place behind a gauze screen whenever the Emperor gives a...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 February 1889

. t i ! ? r ! 10 the men to put down their guns, as he had captured his prisoner. "And what is the matter? what do 70a Trant?" ".No questions are wanted; we only 'want yon. Come! Get ready." "I am ready." The detective fumbled at his belt. There was a clink of chains against a pistol, and then the manacles! He first put them on both wrists oi his serene and silent prisoner; but finding that he was absurdly placed by this arrangement, he took off the manacle from his left hand, and fastening it to one of his own led the war out and on hastily down the narrow trail that led by the rocky precipice above the Indian well. His dozen well armed men were ordered to follow with drawn guns at the back of the pris oner. Rumble! Boll! Crashl Crash againl Has the overhanging preoipice broken loose? Is it the work of an earthquake? Bumble! Rumble! Boll I Crash! There is not a second of cessation. And not a man is left at tho back of the leader with his prisoner fastened so fast that he cannot rnn...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 February 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, STODAT, FEBRUARY 24, 1889." 11 r IE SUPERNATURAL i I'Strange. Cases Reported to the American Association for Psychical Research. SOME REMARKABLE DREAMS Phantasms, Presentiments and Other Mysterious Phenomena. ONE STRIKING TELEPATHIC CASE nnt-IInnd Tettlmony From Living r-Mon Extraordinary Occurrences Thnt 'Will Be Head With Inierrxl A Dend SUter Revisits n Broibcr AUfclIkeAppiiHtlon A Women ??ee n Murder and niclde ' 'While Far From the Tragedy A Doc tor Gboallj Visitor. tCOKBESPOSBESCEOrTBE DIRrATCTI.l BOSTON, February 23. HEN the English So ciety for Psychical Beseareh began to in vestigate scieniifical! v such reported "phan tasms," "presenti ments," and other so called supernatural phenomena as could be traced to first-hand witnesses, it was pre dicted that all such cases would be speedily exploded, that nothing tangible would be found, and, consequently, no result Quite the contrary proved to be true. An enor mous amount of testimony of the strongest kin...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 February 1889

12 THE PiTTSBTJRQ- ' DISPATCH; SUNDAY, imRtTARY '24, 1889. - mf" The following budget of interesting ques tions concerning etiquette are answered by Mrs. M. E. "V. Sherwood: "Suburb" asks: "Finding it impossible toobtain sufficient time to call upon a friend, and wishing to send a card, how should it De sent, by mail or by messenger?" A card sent by mail is equally respectful as one sent by messenger. THE LADT OK HORSEBACK. "Header" asks on which tide of ihe lady he should ride; also, how to help her on her horse. jj To help a lady on put the clasped hands trader her foot while she'eatcbes the horn of the sad tile. Lilt her as she jumps. Bide on her right hand. THE CONTCDEXTIAL LADY. "T. K." asks: "How can I teach the average Arccrican woman (not tho well-bred one) to keep her hands off roe? If they ore glad to see ine they catch hold of me. If they tell ine any thine funay or surprising they end with a jrrap of m arm or shoulder. If they have a confidence they Lee) hold of me tho w...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 February 1889

TP ATH? fV Tfftf WEttlT O.J.IX1AJ- Ul iiXAJ M "--.". , . Nothing Kew in the Local Situation, imt Everybody Hopeful. i TJ1E HOLIDAY LEAVES ITS MARK. rittstrarj: Oil Men Tate a Strong Stand Against the Pending Tax Bill. INCEEASED COST OF FBAME HOUSES Business the past week may "be described in a general way as dull and inactive. The occurrence of a holiday materially affected the volume of transactions, and had a bear ish aspect upon the speculative markets. Petroleum developed considerable strength, the close showing a gain of ljc from the previous Saturday. There were no special features in stocks, which finished dull and bullish. The demand for bank shares for investment was unprecedented in the his tory of the Exchange. This indicates large amount of idle capital. JAisiness at the banks was featureless. Money was abundant at 5G per cent, according to the collateral. Tig iron was a trifle steadier, but other descriptions were unchanged. lteal estate was active, the demand being lar...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 February 1889

Kssa 14" THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH. -SUNDAY, - FEBRUARY 24. 1889. QUEER MSB FOLK Who Stick to the Mother Tongue and Detest the Queen's English. HOW TflET LOVE SONG AND STOEY. The Eonsh Connemara Coast and the Alystic Isles of Saints. QUAINT CDBAJt CDSTOJIS' EECALLED rcownesroxDExcE or the dispatch.! Clogumobe, Ireland, February 11. F T E E having traversed wild and winsome Coune. mora and reached the Atlantic at ro mantic Clilden, the tourist usually pro ceeds north by the excellent coast road. A glimpse of the Irish Quak ers at Letterirack, a few davs' stroll at Kylcmore (great -wood) lake and pass, a sight of the lamous Puss 01 Salruek, a view ot th unique scenery of the Killerics, and possibly a tnp to the coast of Clew Bar, may be had. But my immediate destination was the weird islands of An an; and I found that, to reach them without returning across Connemara to Galway, a most wild, rugged and entertaining foot journey through the almost unknown regions of Connn'ught.with here an...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 February 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH.. SUED AY,1 FEBRUARY 24. 1889. 15: GOACHINGTHE YOUNG i Shirley Daro Talks to Parents About Choice of Occupation and the EVILS OP THE PBESEKT SYSTEM. "Why the lives of Many Men ancl Women Hare Proven Failures. OUID00E PDBSDITS AND TBAIXIXG rwwTixjf ros trot mspiTcu. I "WANT to talk as a parent with pa rents to-day, the young folks gone off to their own good times and the elders drawing together into that uncon scious confession of mistakes and anxie ties which relieves the soul. If there is ever a time when fathers and mothers can drop care of children and sleep an hour without know ing where they are or what they are at, that time ends when they enter their teens. As the outward control slackens, the vigilance, the provision for them must redouble, for one must seek to do by influence what has hitherto been done by authority. AVe must not act so much as owners of our children, but as friends to them, from the beginning, and never so much as in choosing their l...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 February 1889

' tit;- THE- EETTSBTJB'G- DISPATCH,' SUNDAY, iFEBRTTABY 24,. 1889.. 16 -1 TEACHER'S TRIALS. Odd Characters Wilh Whom Eliakira Eastman Became Acquainted WILE A VILLAGE SCHOOL TUTOR. How the Worst Boy in Town Became the Pedagogue's Bst Friend. A5 OLD IIAID'S ONE EOLIXQ PASSION wmwut ron TBE msriTca.1 OOK, Billl there goes the new school maRterlMyl Jest git onto the size of his boots, will yer?" Such was the re mark I overheard the 6rst ti me I walked down the main street of the small village of Penacoskeag. It was uttered Dy a sinall boy, ol course, whose strong voice .ras per haps the only thing he had that he could use to show that I was welcome. How he learned that I was the new teacher is one of those inscrutable mysteries which a man who is used to living in small communities sever steks to salve. I hail arrived in Pena coskeug on the stage at 9 o'clock the evening before and this was the first time I hud left the boarding house which was to be my home for the next three months. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 February 1889

w THE LILY A striking story of pi., ratical dys in the Gulr of Mexico, by Maubice Thompson, Mill be commenced in next Sunday's issue of TltE Diss . rATCU. Read the opening chapter. 15 ROCHON, Mr m PORTY-rOHRTH TEAR IS ID OUTS. General Harrison's Final Prepa rations to Take Charge of the White House. HIS GRIP PACKED TO-DAY. It Willie theFinest Tiling of the Kind Ever Carried on the Road. GROYER READY TO MOVE. His Trunks Being Packed And the House Set in Order for His Successor. rTHE INAUGUML TEALS MADE UP SI i And by All Odds the Handsomest Affair That Was Ever Been on An j Eoad in the World. ' HARRISON'S PASTOR'S .PUBLIC GOODBI While President-elect Harrison has been -making preparations to enter the "White House, President Cleveland has been pack ing tip to leave his last four years' home. The very last ot the visitjng delegations has called at the General's home in In dianapolis, probably to the great relief of the family. Sir. Harrison's elegant new grip will be packed this morni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 February 1889

2 THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, MONDAY; . FEBRUARY' ' -25, ' 1889. 5 II UP MS Jf en "Who Feign Sickness to Get the Hospital's Care. BOGUS EPILEPSY IS CUEED After Discovery That the Shammer's Froth Was Soap Snds. A GALVANIC BATTERY IS APPLIED And Brings to life With Alacrity & Man Who Feisrns Death. BUPL COWAN, OF WEST PENN, TALKS People who are connected with public in stitutions in positions of authority have some queer experiences at times with per sons whose ideas of propriety are somewhat hazy, or worse yet, who are out-and-out beats. Especially is this true of institu tions of a wholly or partially charitable nature, which the cranks and beats of all kinds seem to consider their lawful prey. In conversation with Superintendent Cowan, of the West Penn Hospital, recently, these experiences were mentioned, and that gen tleman told the reporter of some that had come under his own observation. "One I particularly remember," said Mr. Cowan, "happened not so very long ago. One afternoo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 February 1889

THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, MONDAY, EBRTXAPvYj 25, 1889. s: 'r- ?, - m. -r- "i THEIEW EXPOSITION. "'Its Management and Its Policy Must Lie in the Hands of a Board I OF TOUKG MEN AND YOUNG WOMEN. slSe Old Life Members JIusf Lapse and Sew " f i Toters Must Come In. FORECAST OF GEEAT COMING EVENTS 'A little fact, and at the same time a most important one, seems to have somehow es caped the eyes, or rather thoughts, of the legion of friends of the coming Exposition. The fact may be called "a little one, be cause it does not exactly concern the pres ent; but it is a most vitally important one, because it concerns the future, and it is toward the grand future possibilities, nay probabilities, Of the splendid coming Expo sition, that the people of the two cities are gradually learning to turn their thoughts. 'The fact that has called forth so much in troduction with so little explanation is simply this: The future sale of life mem berships, the future voters of the institution, the future off...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 February 1889

T s. ir . ' - ; THE PITTqBtTKQ DISPATCH, JtONDAT;' PEBRtTAE"r'"25; ' 1889. ft & B S t r t &&Y ya Q f (tne .smprg.. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1S41 Vol. 44, - 18. Entered HI Pittsburg Poit oSlce, Itovemberlt. 1SS7, u sucono-ciass matter. Business Office 07 a.nd.99 Filth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House--75, 77 and 78 Diamond Street This paper having more than Double tho circulation of nny other In Iho State outside of Philadelphia, its, advantages as an adver tising medium wilt be apparent. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOSTAGE TREE IN TBE CMIJLD STATES. Dxilt Dispatch, Oue Year 4 8 CO Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter 00 Dailt Diepatch, OacJuonth Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one year.. . 1000 Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, per quarter Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one month. - SO Ecxday Dispatch, oneyear. ISO Weekly Dispatch, one year 1SS Toe Daily Dispatch is delivered by carriers at U cents per week, orincludlngthebundaycdluon, at 0 cents per week. PITTSBURG, MONDAY...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 February 1889

4 ' THE PITTSBTJBG- DISPATCH, MONDAY, PEBETJART .25 - 1889. 5' - I r -'GfiADtJITES OF WOE. Dr. Talroge Takes His Text From David's Somber Psalm. OPEN MYDAFiKSAYINGS ON AHAEP Reasons for the Good Suffering, AYhile the Wicked Trosper. SOME ANSWERS TO A GENERAL QUESTION JSrECIAl TILEGBJU TO TIM DISPATCS.1 . Brooklyn, February 24. The audience that crowded the immense auditorium of the Brooklyn Tabernacle and the adjoining lecture room and parlors to-day united in singing: Sun of my soul, Thou Sartor dear. It is not night if Thou be near. Dr. Talmage preached on the subject: "Dark Sayings on a Harp." Text, xlix Psalm of David, verse 4: "I will open my dark sayings on a harp." The world iS full of the inexplicable, the , impassable, the unfathomable, the insnr- mountablc. "We cannot go three steps in any direction without coming up against a hard wall of mystery, riddles, paradoxes, " profundities, labyrinths, problems that we cannot solve, hieroglyphics that we cannot decipher, anagrams...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 February 1889

1 J? . V" THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, " MONDAY, ' ' FEBRUARY' 25, 1889. :f I DUTTHERUN H. 0. Price ie Town and Ex plains Some Matters , BELATED TO BOOKMAKERS. A .Denver Young Man Wants Some Pittsburg Poolsellers. ME. CONANT LOSES HOPE OF WARD. Interesting Gossip About the Local Clnb . and Players. ' GENERAL SPOBTIKG KEWS OP THE DAT Harry O. Price, the genial bookmaker and poolseller, formerly of this city, ar rived here yesterday from Cleveland on a brief visit to his numerous friends. Pew, if any men, are better known in and about than Harry Price, and certainly nobody has done more for the advancement of honest sport Besides these good qualities he is always well informed on sporting affairs generally and horse racing particularly. last evening he said some interesting things about the bookmakers and race track asso ciations. During a long conversation on the matter be pointed out where there has been an important public misunderstanding regarding the bookmakers and the; Eastern Track...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 February 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, MONDAY, FEBRUARY ' 25,- 1889. 7 - V j I . 4r7r 2be Pennycomequicks Written for THE S. BARING-GOULD, Author or,MEnALAH,""COUKTUOTAL,""JoUNHEREIXG,",'THEGAVKEOCKS, "ETC SVNOPS1S OF PREVIOUS CIIAPTEKS. Chapters I. xs"ll. '" Sidebottom. whose matter, name w I'ennvcomeqnict. and her ton r'antAin IVnnvcoinequlcL. who naa taken the SS?Ly iSucw resUt.1SR t?"'- Eiduinc wtb and means. W Itu ambitious no ? onVind cxtnranl taste, ri.e finds it difficult to live on the XMO annually. hlch is her Income. Both she ana her son are reckonlns; upon the pos fible fortune that may be theirs op the death of a wealthT rclatne. Jeremiah Pennycomequlck hair-brotuer to Mrs. Ssldebottoml, whom they have lust entertained at dinner, hut who Is dis gusted 1th tbelr overdone professions of interest fn his welfare. Living with nlm is a niece, balotne Cusworth, one of two sisters, the elder one bavin c lelt his fool lu luiiij a rnucL loauuiaciurcr. Mr. lvnnvcomequlcfc gradually becomes drawn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 February 1889

,8 THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, ' MONDAY, PEBRITABY J25,- '1889.' IQMOE'S DOCTME Eeaffirmed in a Report on Edmnnds' Panama Canal Resolution. AN AMERICAN POLICY ANNOUNCED. The Western Hemisphere to be a Constella tion of Republics WITHOUT AST. FOKEIGN IXTEEFEBEXCE lie Adaption f Uit Eesolutfoa Strongly Eecora-mended. The majority report on Senator Edmunds' Manama canal resolution is clear-cut and crisp. It reasserts the Monroe doctrine. It declares that America is for the Americans, and no European interference will be tolerated. "Washington, February 2i Repre sentative JlcCreary, of Kentucky, in behalf of the majority members of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, has prepared a report recommending the adoption of the Edmunds Panama Canal resolution. The report says the resolution comes to the House after being carefully considered and almost unanimously adopted by the Senate. It reaffirms a public policy that is of both national and international importance; a public policy that has been...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 February 1889

Gulf of Maurice ?: (will be OF LILY XEXT SUNDAY'S JISSUB Of JTlIE DlS- IPATCfi. Read the opening chapters. ' '- ROHHnN. PORTYrFOUBTH YEAH IMIET. The'One Response Heard to an Oft-Repeated Question About J General Harrison iAS HIS TRAIN SLACKS UP. :Great Cheering Crowds Greet the Inaugural Party at : Every Stop. TOOOTCH NOISE FOBTALK, OSo the Speeches Are Few, Short, and Far Between, Though Uone the Worse. -FROM EJDIAX APOLIS TO PITTSBUE6 A Detailed Account of the Trip Prom the v tlime the President-Elect Left Home. THE PAETI EXJDIiNG TEE JOURNEY General Harrison's inaugural train passed through Pittsburg this morning' It was somewhat behind scheduled time, bnt as all aboard were asleep, thai probably made little difference. The train left Indianapolis at 3:15 yesterday -afternoon, and only the usual stops were made. At every station large crowds turned out to cheer the emi nent passenger and Ms party, but the 'speeches were few and brief. The enthusi asm everywhere was unbounded. Col...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 February 1889

I I JO BE THE FINEST. Central Turner Hall to Un dergo a Transformation 'OF SPLENDID PEOrOBTIONS An Adjoining Lot Bought to Extend the Crowded Quarters. THE GRAND ANNUAL MASKED BALL Presenting a Grotesque Array of Odd and Charming Costumes. JOLLITI AND COKTITIALITT SUPREME At the grand masque ball of the Cenlral Turnverein in their hall on Forbes street 'last night a Dispatch reporter's inquiries elicited the information that the present commodious quarters ot the most prominent Bociety of gymnasts in "Western Pennsyl vania are soon to undergo an entire trans formation, which promies to make the hall of the Pittsburg Central Turnverein one of the largest and finest in the State, if not in the country. The number of members has of late in creased at an enormous rate, and, thanks to the cfiorts of Professor Oscar Scheer, the children's class of gymnasts has grown to such proportions that the athletic hall has proved to bo entirely too small for the ac commodation ot all the .pupils. Bu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 February 1889

THE- PITTSBTJRG- DISPATCH, -TUESDXY, - EEBRUAB-Yaae,3 1889.1 of wy MAYOR HIT By Chief Brown, Who Says He Jfisstates the Tracts. . A GBEAT EOSE EXHIBITION In Which the Chief Yells Eureka ' With the Effect of a Climax. HARKING AM TWAINtNS DASCES, And All on Account of That Eeccnt Be Downed Masked BalT. EQuTBREL HILL ELECTRIC 10AD 0. K. The election being over, proceedings in Councils "were so dull at the opening yester jlsy that the chambers most of the time had much to remind one of opium joints at 7 o'clock A. M. The matter that attracted most attention was the appropriation bill. Host people craned their necks as the clock showed a quarter past convening time, and Mr. Ferguson predicted that his throat would be rasped, as he thought it would come in at the last moment and must be swallowed without trimming, bat it didn't come. At 2:25 a quorum was short by four members, but two minutes' sharp scratching got them. Ihe first' thing that roused attention in Select Council was a report...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 February 1889

jEgaBE3 f6' THE, MTTSBTJBG-' DISPATCH, ' TUESDAY--EBRtJAEY r1889: "V- 'V' .-? X- Wf Jgfc BjgpftJj. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8; TS. Vol. 44, No. IS. Entered at Pittsburg Post offlce, November II. 1S37, as second-cuss matter. Business Office "87 and99 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street Average circulation or the dally edition of The Dispatch for six months ending Febru ary 1, 1SS9, 27,946 Copies per Issue Average circulation of the Sunday edition of The Dispatch for February, 1SS9, 45,144 Copies per issne. TEKMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE TREK UT Tint JJXniD STATES. DAILY DisrATCii, One Year. f 800 Daily DisrATCH, l'er Quarter !W Daily Dispatch. OncMonth ' Daily Dispatch, including bandar, one year 1000 Daily Dispatch, Including Bnnday, per quarter . 250 Daily Dispatch, including Ssunday. one month M eckday Dispatch, oneyear. ISO VEtKLT Dispatch, one year 1 3 The Daily dispatch Is delivered by carriers at 15 cents per week, or includlngthebunday editi...

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