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

r--Eas'j? ,g v ''-&O.S '.!?.' TO THE PITTSBUKG DISPATCH, . STOTDAT,.' MAHCHriO,; '1880 f DIPHTHERIA EAGING. A Township of Venango County Afflicted With an Epidemic - BIKE DEATHS AND SCHOOLS CLOSED Minerva Went Dry, lut the Liquor Dealers Will Make an Appeal. ALL THE SEWS FEOIT KEAK-BI TOWSS IfirECIAi TIXEGEXll TO THE DISPATCH.! FEASKMifi J ?& Piphthcria has become epidemic in Cranberry township, Venango county. If ine children have died within the last fonr days, and a number of others are down with the disease, which has 'spread rapidly in the lower end of the county. So violent has the disease become 'in St Petersburg, that the schools have been closed, and the Council has passed an ordinance prohibiting the holding of any public meetings. A number of fatal cases have oc curred there and many new cases !are reported. Two little daugh ters of 3Ir. Ellis Lipley died las. Thurs day night, nd three other children in the same house are very low. In several families there are th...

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 March 1889

,? 4 V t t - -t-t .J. y e THE "PITTSBTJEG DISPATCH, SUNDAT, MARCH 10, 1889. -P 3 ftREVIEWOFSPORTS, Why tlie League Schedule Has so Many Faults. BASE BALL MOBILITY. An incident Between Manager Phil- lips and a Local Judge. GOSSIP ABOUT THE PUGILISTS. Comment Regarding the Prospects of the Poolselling Bill. GENERAL SPORTIKG KEWS OP THE DAT With the appearance of the schedules of the American Association and the National League comes a general and. lire interest in the National game. Nobody need infer from this that there has been no interest, that is public in terest, taken in baseball during the winter because the contrary has been re markably the fact. Those proverbial "old timers" solemnly assert that at no time in the world's history has there, in winter time, been such an amount of jmblic interest taken in baseball matters as there has been during the winter just disappearing from us. But the appearance of 'tlie schedules has prompted club officials to a greater activity, players...

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 March 1889

Euiaia w 37 TKT m ?XBne& fWP "JTtfl Hi 1M ,T - TEOUBLE IN GERMANY - A "Widespread Outbreat of the So cialist Classes is Feared. KEW LAWS AGAINST AGITATION The IoungJ"mperor is Eager to Strengthen the Naval Force. BIG EMIGRATION TO UNITED STATES. King Milan's Abdication Was Kipected and Caused no Excitement. The Socialistic agitation is causing much trouble in Germany, and a crisis is looked for with great uneasiness. The Imperial policy is decidedly in favor of building up the navy. Two millions of Germans have left for America since 1S71. The anniver sary of Emperor William's death was ap propriately observed. King Milan's abdi cation caused no surprise. COTOUGIITED, 1SS9, BT THK NEW YORK ASSOCI ATED rKESs.3 Berlin, March 9. The German Parlia ment reassembles on "Wednesday next. Among the first subjects of discussion will be the question of prolonging the minor state of siege in Berlin, Stettin, Frankfort. Ham burg and Leipsic. A Government bill to modify the penal code so as t...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 March 1889

niay mi .T rtj jt HK. -t 0 ri 8 THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SUNDT, MARCH 10. 1889' -5i ft a CHLNKMG IN ASHES. -A Chinese Mob Looted the American Consulate, and the Consul's Wife 'HAD TO EDS TO SAVE HEE IlfE. Ill Foreigners Driven Ont and Their Eesi dences Burned. A BRITISH GUXBOAT TO THE BESCUE. 'EeTenl Missionaries Were Amonj Those Who Were Rendered Homeless. The steamer Beljrio has arrived at Saa Francisco with fall details of the recent Chinese riots. A mob drove all the for eigners out of Chinkiang. The British Con sulate was burned and the American looted. One foreigner is missing. Several persons had narrow escapes. San JFrakcisco, March 9. The steam j ship Belgic, which arrived here this morn ing from Hong Kong and Yokohama, brings the first detailed adrices ot the recent anti European riots at Chinkiang. Chinkiang is a ruin. It has had many vicissitudes from the time when the first foreign resi dents lived in junks on the north shore of the Yangtze. By and by a concession was l...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 March 1889

PITTSBMG DISPATCH. SECOND PART. - . 1 J L '-'"' I" H6ES 9 TO I6," f .' I CHINA'S YMDERBILT. He Might be as Well Fixed Finan cially as Our Own Jay Gould, BUT FOK HEAVY ASSESSMENTS. An Interesting Description of His Grand Canton Establishment. , SOJIE CHINESE TABLE DELICACIES rCOSKISrOSUCfCE OP THE OISPXTCH.1 CANTON, China, January 3L I visit- cd this afternoon the Yanderbiltof China. He is a relative of the Chinese Minister at Washington, and his grandfather died less than a generation ago, leaving an estate worth fifty million hard gold dollars. His name is How Qua, and he has acres of houses in the busi est part of Canton, His own residence oc- Yum Yum. cupics the site of a food sized farm, and tie has diamonds and pearls by the cupful. Oue of his diamonds, a ring which cost S 0,000, was sent to En gland to be sold not long aso, and it is probably now in the jewel casket of one of the monarch? of Europe. He has planta tions of rice fields and many acres of the choicest tea gardens....

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 March 1889

& trigger the flint struck open the pan with a shower of hrilliant sparks, but the weapon f" did not fire; then he rcollected that he had I forgotten to reload it after Lalie Garcin 5 nad used it. The keen click of the lock f" frightened the beautiful bird, and so it es i caped. - Slight as the incident was it served ' to cast his thoughts back upon the sccnein the garden, and so he wandered on, idly threading the ways of the sylvan solitude and permitting his fancy to weave all sorts of airy fabrics until suddenly he found him Belf within sight of the bay whose blue wavelets were twinkling and whitening un der a fresh breeze. He had walked further than he knew, and it came into his mind that he might Lave trouble in finding his wav back to Garcin's. Certainly his route had been without any special direction, nor had he made the" slightest note of its bearings, so absorbed had he been in the novelty and picturcquesness of what he had seen, heard and experienced. Confident, howev...

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

QE w$ H; ?vn V& A HISTORIC TESSEL The Curragb. of Ireland is Celebrated in Both Song and Story, AND MMY A MARVELOUS TALE Is Eelated Concerning the Achievements of Bold Cruisers. IT IS EAST TO FIND THE TtaY TO ERIN Aeeas Islands, Ibel ax d, Feb. 25. HEB.E is an old quatrain among the Irish peasantry, the origin of which, for the spirit ot insistire prophecy it contains, might fairly be attrib uted to the provident genius of one of the characters to which it refers: While Ireland is onld Ireland You'll have forevermore The bocourh and too oorrag Beside your cabin door. The bocough was the wandering minstrel and story teller of Ireland. He had a keen scent for every spot where geniality and generosity flourished; but poverty, oppres sion and .sorrow have long ago withdrawn the scant cheer that once gave him place. The bocough is gone. But the other one, the corrag, who requires no raiment, food or housinc, remains within the shadow of-the Irish cabin door. Throughout Connemaraand p...

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

r c The author of "Don't," in answer to a number of queries,' gives some advice to those in the social swim to enable them to avoid the numerous shoals and rocks with which society abounds. A iriendof mine Is to be 'married in a few weeks. The wedding is to take place at the home of the bride at 9 A. x. Immediately after the wedding breakfast the bride and groom leave on a short tour. None but the relatives of bride and groom will be present First How should the groom be attired? Second Would a bracelet be a proper present for the groom to make the bride? Third Before leaving. Is It the correct thing for tbe groom to kiss the female guests fare well? Fourth What style of ring should the groom give the bride, the ring ceremony not being in cluded in the service? First A Trince Albert coat, light colored trousers, no gloves. Second Yes. Third It might be an agreeable thing, but neither a necessary thing nor a correct thing. i-ourtu li a ring is useu m tue ceremony it should be of plai...

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

mm w&pmFfZ&r WFi JWMHSW ."nKZ&WjU. 4 . PITTSBURG'S CLUBS. Increasing in Number, Popularity and Wealth, and Gradually TAKIXG THE TLACK OF THE SALOON Where Men Can no Longer Congregate and Discnss Freely AKT. SCIENCE, RELIGION AND POLITICS HE was a long time getting about it, but she is getting there with the celeritv and energy characteristic of every created in telligence that fully perfects itself before launching itself. Pitts burg has decided to put on metropolitan dress and go it. not while the is young, but in the ripeness of years and discretion. Heretofore we hare had some clubs that were able to elbow on terms of equality, at least in some respects, the oldest in the land, for instance the Dnquesne, notwithstanding Dr. Hay's estimate of it, but they were not many, and but a small percentage of our population belonged to them. Kow, how ever, they are springing up on every hand and some of them are, or will be in a short time, equipped with almost Oriental prodi ga...

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

r I3SZ2E1 R9HB 14 CHAEMG CHILDREN. Shirley Dare Tells Tales About Her Little Sweethearts. LEADING BOYS BY SILKEN CHAINS. The Secret of Managing and Making Lovable Children. L BIRTHDAY SUfiPEISE FOR MOTHER nnUTTEX TOB TEE DISrATCH.2 THEY have been many and dear and true. "With Mary Stuart I can face ill fortune, saying that I have been well-loved. Sitting alone in the afternoon of life, their fresh, delightful faces rise before me, my palm thrills to their soft pressure, and their clear tunable voices, always with a tone ol love or mirth in them, are street upon the air. My years turn to gold in the counting, and like the little colored boy who shall be immortal, "judging by the good times I've had, I must be a hundred." They never suffered me to know dull times, these loves and lovers of mine. Comrades, with yon and me together Was never any but good weather. When you came the sunshine was lighted, whatever the time or sdtt ot day, and whether, between laughs we looked in each other...

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

taw'i-n n TSCrstf HHr'- trra -i it SUNDAY, A-TDntT , -in . ioofl' f d 97' tt 1J. M" THE PITTSBURG dispatch; iyi n lAiVJ-L k J-v, O.OUJ7. 1 1N THE SUGAE LANDS. A Bomanlic Ride on the Bosom of Beautiful Lake Tobopkeliga. - THE ST. CLOBD SUGAR REFINERY. Ten Thousand Sqnare Jliles of Eeclaimed Morass. THE EGYPT OP THE UNITED STATES fCOIIKKrOMENCE Or THE DISrATCH.1 OUTH FLOBIDA, March 5. The last con vulsive sigh of a Dakota blizzard had just been wafted to Florida. North ern telegrams told of snow blockades, frozen rivers and rasing winds. In striking contrast the Flower State appears, in summer sunshine, soft and balmy breezes and genial atmosphere. A party of pleasure seekers have just ar- lived at Kissimmee, one of the brightest and best located towns in the Peninsula. Enjoying delicious comfort in bamboo rock ers on the broad hotel verandah, onr tourists lazily wonder how to spend the day. From the hotel the lateen sails of the boats on the lake look like sea culls' wings, and soon ...

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

i: THE BADLANDS GANG. k An Organization of Horse Thieves and Eard Characters Which ISFESTED MONTANA AND DAKOTA. How Summary Justice Was Meted Out to Scores of Offenders by A BAXD OF KEDHANDED KEGULATOES rwjuTiEH rou THE DISPATCH. 5 NHE United States has never contained a bet ter organized nor more persistent gang of horse thieves than the one which infested the Bad Lands of Dakota be tween 1882 and 1881. It can hardly be said that the gang had a headquarters, as its members were constantly on the move, bnt the town where they appeared the oftenest, perhaps, was the collection of shanties known as Little Missouri. This little ham let has achieved a national reputation and was for years known as the toughest town in America. It is in the heart of the fa mous Bad Lands ; the disembarking point for tourists who wish to visit Cedar Canon and the burning coal mine, and is the scene of the encounter in which Marquis de Mores killed Luffsey, the hunter. Its palmiest da s were in 1884. At th...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 March 1889

fW' if.' - - a . !.- j?4- ANY ONE CAN WAKE HONEY PJ$oti rrs a. SPLENDID MEDIUM. WANTS ' Of any kind can best bo satisfied byadvertlsing in the columns of The Dis- " -:4- '' "Who lias a good article to selll and who advor. tiscs vigorously and liberally. Advertising is truly tlio lite of trade. All enterprising and judicious advertisers succeed. fi?fl '! , PATCH. 1ST I iT FORTY-FOURTH YEAR A PROFOUND CALM Settles Down Upon the National Capital on the Sabbath, for One Day Only. A LULL IN WIREPULLING. Senator Quay Has to Remove His Doorbell for the Day. ' ME. AND 1IRS. HAERISON GO TO CHURCH. Some of tbe Nominations Probably to be Blade To-Day New York Crosses the First Bridge, and is to Get All She Asks for The Railway BInll Service to be Thoroughly Reorganized A Lady Criti cises the Furnishing of tbe White House Walker . Blaine to be Ills Father' First Assistant Secretary Whltelavr Reid Fixed In the English Mission Fred Grant Goes to China and Allan Thorndlke Rice Probably to Germany....

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

khtj C ?& faxm K ly FALSEJffiESTS Bear Fruit in a Suit Bringing an Alderman to Book. WJIBE CASSIDY THE MAI, And His Arrest is to .be Ordered Upon Judge Stowe's Ruling. BUHKO YIELDS A STARTLING ECHO And Dr. Penney, Having Cornered Detec tiTes, Goes in for Justice. KO LIMITATION TO BAB HIS BOX'S SUIT Alderman Cassidy, of the First ward, will be arrested to-day on a charge of false arrest and imprisonment The papers have been drawn up and will be filled this morn ing, when he will be aske'd to pay 520,000 or stand a trial. During the recent trial of "William Murdoch (of bunko fame), De tectives Perkins, Todd and Anderson, on a suit for damages' entered by Dr. "W. Ii. Penney, Judge Stowe made use of strong and well-weighed language on the bench, and, if it is correct, his view of the case mav place a number of Aldermen in a bad box. It was 'Squire Cassidy, though, to whom he specially referred. Several very important points were brought out bearing upon the opinion, or decision, and...

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

A" SUNDAY SKIRMISH. f A Well Attended Union Temperance Meeting at the Opera House. v THE CAMPAIGN IS FAIRLY OPENED Moral Suasion and the Constitutional Amendment Advocated. MAliT GOOD SPEAKERS AKE PRESENT Eow after row (pronounced with the long sound of the "o") of seated spectators, with an accompanying fringe standing in the rear, filled the Opera Hoase last evening. It was the second meeting of the series which are to be held in this theater. Mr. J. "W. Moreland appeared in the leading role and was ably supported by a picked company, including one funny comedian, and an enlarged and magnificent chorus. An organ was buried somewhere beneath the floor. The opening hymn was finished, and Mr. John M. Bailey was introduced to make a few remarks. In his address he told several anecdotes bearing upon the question. His address was otherwise short He said: It may seem somewhat novel, this discussion of political themes on the Sabbath. This cause is -vital, though, to the best interests of...

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

J'-i j,, .,. v3&s jr ' f i x r -.- "-'.- -gwnswr -skv2bi.'-- - - V - ' r " A I " "' , i je BippI4 ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1818. Vol.41, o.S. Entered atrittsbnrgPostofflcc, Jxrvemborll, 18S7, as eecond-class matter. BustaessOffice 97 and G9 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average circulation of the daily edition of Tbc Dispatch for lx months ending March 1, 1SS9, 27,988 Copies per issue. Average circulation of tho Sunday edition of The Dispatch for February, 1SS9, 45,144 Copies per Issne. TEIUIS OF TOE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FEEE I THE UNITED STATES. Daily DISPATCH. One Year t 8 00 Daily Dispatch, Ter Quarter. 2 00 Daily Dispatch, One Month TO Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one rear WOO Daily Dispatch including Sunday, per quarter. 2 SO Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month.. 90 Svxd ay Dispatch, oneyear 2 50 "Weekly Dispatch, one j ear. 1 25 The Daily DisrATCH is delivered by carriers at 15 cents per week, or lncludlngtbc Sunday ed...

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

gsr. H"WTEte, Vi;-.f. y-SI IFKUlHSH " v'i ,t .. ?:r--1?"f.-5" ,. i THE PITTSBUHQ. - DISPATCH, MONDAY, MARCH 11, 188?.:" 5 WEONGUSEOFIOKEY Dr. Talmage Delivers a Vigorous Dis course on Dishonesty. HE SCORES POLITICAL BRIBERS, Persons of Weak Character Keed to Avoid ' "- Temptation. THE FEEQUEXT ABUSE OP TBUST FUNDS IBrECIAt TEIXGBAJI TO THE DISPATCH. J Bbookltk, March 10. At the Taber - uacle this morning, 6,000 voices supported by organ and cornet, rolled out the hymn beginning: Ne'er think the victory won, Nor once at ease sit down: Thine arduous work will not be done Till thou hast cot thy crown. The Rev. T. De "Witt Talmage, D. D., preached the sermon. His subject was "Wrong Uses of Money," and his text, I. Timothy vi., 9: "They that will be rich fall into temptation and a snare, and into many foolish and hurtful lusts, -which drown men in destruction and perdition." That is the Niagara Falls OTer which rush a multitude of souls, namely, the de termination to have money anyhow, r...

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

5V-7P3 ,H, V THE' PITTSBURGH '.DiSPATOH 'MONDAY, "-MABOH' '11, 6 Egr.jBsrasfs E I i 6 r ' fr CURRY TO BE SIGNED As ilie league's Substitute Umpire and He Will I'OCATE IN PITTSBUEG. Sheehy Defeats Tebo in a Desperate Prize Fight. EXPENSES OFTHE LOCAL BALL CLUB To le Seduced About $14,000 for the Season. GEXEBAL SPOETIKG KBWS OF THE DAI Wesley Curry mil be the League substi tute umpire this year and he 'will be located in Pittsburg. 2fo official announcement of Mr. Curry's engagement has been made yet by President Young, but during the League meeting last week tbelatter stated definitely that Mr. Curry will be signed at a salary of 200 per month and expenses. Pittsburg will be the most suitable location for him as from this city he can reach any League city on day's notice. The new umpire is an experienced man in baseball affairs. Formerly he was a pitcher in a minor league and durinc recent seasons has umpired in the Association and other organizations. He is about 30 years old and i...

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

?iF7? I Continued on HE Pennycomequicks M JL Written for THE DISPATCH by S. BARING GOULD, Author or'MEHALAH,""CO0BTEOTAL,,,"JOHKHEEEINO," "THE Q-AVEEOCKS, "ETC v S VNOrSIS OF PKEVIOUS CHAPTEKS. ' CnAPTERSl. axpII. J'rs. Sidebottom. whose maiden nme was l'ennjxomequlck. and her aon Captain rcnnycoroequlck, who had taken the name bv special license, are Bitting together con sidering: wavs and means. With ambitious no tions and extraracanl tastes she finds it difficult to live on the 400annuallr. which Is her income Both she and her son arc reckoning upon the pos sible fortune tl at mar be theirs on the death or a wealtln relative. Jeremiah 1'ennycomeqnlck Chair-brother to Mrs. bldebottom), whom they haTe Just entertained at dinner, but who is dis trusted i 1th their overdone professions of interest in his welfare, Living withhlm is a niece, Salome Cnsworth, one of two sisters, the elder one having lelt his roof tc marry a French manufacturer. Mr. l'ennvcomcqulck gradually becomes draw...

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

v 'K 7w & yr7S5 iT 5 Y if -THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH," " MONDAY,, MAHOH v-ll, 1889. SKIPPERS IS HAMS. Millions Lost Annually in the Lively Sugar-Cured Pork. H0WLARV$ GKTMDEECAKVASS. Their High-Toned Tastes the Principal Cause of Trouble, PUKTATION DARKIES WHO BAT THEJI "The Conies are a feeble folk, yet they mate their houses in the rocks." A Pitts burg amateur entomologist connected with the provision trade has discoTered that, not only may sermons be found in stones, books in running brooks, etc, but also interesting information learned from skippers in cheese and hog hams, and the insect that makes them is fully as interesting as the bedbug, and can discount the cimex lectular ia$ in the matter of wines. This savant was drawn out yesterday on the subject, and his first statement was one that is familiar to but very few outside the provision trade, viz: That the loss by heating, coagulation of blood and the ravages of the skipper fly amount to millions of dollars yearly. Though ...

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