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

savaBa w?? w &; - t SECOND PART. tKOW TIKST iSERIESOF SHORT STORIES By J. Marsden Sutcliffe, entitled JBHE EOMMCE OF M MSUBAtfGE OFFICE, Betko Passages ik the Expedience op Me. AUGUSTUS "WlLliIAM WEB ' BEE, Formerly General Manager of the Universal Insurance Company. ALL SIGHTS SfhE Wey of the World. The scene is the beautiful churchyard of Harrow on the Hill, which commands one of the finest landscape views to be seen in broad England a spot dear to the worship ers of Byron's genius, as a favored retreat of the poet in his boyish days, and immor talized by him in pathetic verse. Here, tradition records, Byron would often come to escape the din and commotion of the playground attached to the great public school, where so many of the most famous of English worthies statesmen, warriors, poets, thinkers were trained and taught, and having carved their names deep in the oak of the school benches, went forth to write their names deeper still upon English memories and English hearts. ...

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 March 1889

f 10 The Following Applications for License to Sell Vin ous, Spirituous, Malt or Brewed Liquors, or any Admixture Thereof as Agents, Brewers, Bot tlers, Distillers, Druggists and Wholesalers, at the several places designated below, -will be heard by the Court of Quarter Sessions of Alle gheny County, commencing on Monday, April I', 1889, at 9:30 o'clock A. M Hearings to con - tinue from time to time in accordance with rules of Court. To commence at First ward, Pitts burg, and to follow in the order in which th&y are published: ; Pittsburg1. FlrstWard. Name of Applicant Place "Where License is Applied For. Present Residence. J Bennett, George H..y, 1VS jjtrtanTi 8th vri' Pitts'"" Bennett? JameaK....NalS5F-r8taTenne 21st ward, Pittsburg Bauman, Barthold.....No. 418 Ferry street lstward, Pittsburg Buffum, J.C Nos. 209 and 211 Market street 19th ward, Pittsburg Bonlstalle, Frank No. 10 Diamond square 1st ward, Pittsburg Darlington 4 Co. Nos. HO ana U2 First avenue 1st ward, Alleghen...

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 March 1889

THE IAEKET BASKET. Lenten Season Stimulates Trade in Fish and Oysters. AS ACTIVE MOVEMENT IN BUTTER. Vegetables From Sew Orleans and Ber muda to tbe Front. WHAT'S TO PAI FOE SDNDAT MKHER Orncs of Pittsburg Dispatch, i Fkidat. March 15. 1SS9. $ At the meat stalls there has been no change of prices for choice cats, notwith standing the fact that cattle are off from 2c to 3c per pound from rates of last fall. The drop has affected prices of rough meat, hides and tallow, but has not reached tenderloins and porterhouse steaks. If batchers had a profit last fall they should be reaping hand some profits now, when a 1,500-pound steer costs $35 less. Trade in the products of old ocean has very much improved since Ash Wednesday. The restaurant demand for crabs has been far be yond the supply for a week past. A leading dealer reports that he could not fill one-fourth of his orders in this line. The bulk of the trade in fish is still in the line of the frozen article. Fresh flounders, scol lops...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 March 1889

.Vi 12 THE STATE OF TKADE Eeports to Bradstreet's and E, 6. Dan & Co. Show That a General IMPROVEMENT IS NOW TISIBLE. .Business is Better at Pittsburg and Iron Is Sore Steady. TEE FINANCIAL FEELING AT LONDON. tsrxcui. mHUx to Tin dispatch. 1 New Yoke, March 15. Special tele grams to Bradstreet's indicate a moderate improvement in ore, a seasonably active movement of general trade at New York city (to a moderate extent), at Pittsburg, Xonisville, St Louis, Chicago, New Or leans, Galveston, St. Joseph, Burlington, Omaha, Kansas City and San Francisco. This -warrants a report of a noticeable gain in the distribution of general merchandise over preceding weeks. It is true of all lines at San Francisco, of staple supplies at the Sontb, of groceries, fruits and furniture and jewelry at New York, and of drygoodsf agricultural implements, building materi als and live hogs at central and far "Western cities. The more favorable weather is responsi ble for a large portion of the gain. Inte...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 March 1889

H k UUULin: T 'Vilff w&b?- - 'DOUBLE SOMBER. ; ,-'E (pu I'OETY-POUBTH ZEAR. i GRANDER THAI EVER h Is Gladstone in the Eyes of f . the Average British J- Votefv Since 1 THE KENNINGTON ELECTION Cheers Instead of Jeers Everywhere Greet the Mention of His Name. A HEAD ABLE BATCH OF FOREIGN GOSSIP Queen Victoria Showing Unmistakable Signs of AppronchlngAAe ARIowDealt at Bad Lords Servia's Qneea Wonts to Go Back, bht the Regents Won't Have It So An American Actor Shows tbe Brlt Uh Bow to Pot on Shakespearean Plars Snlta for Daapes Already Being Pre pared by Irishmen Agnlnst tbe liondon Times Chnrchlll and Chamberlain Never Speak as They Pass By. A wonderful change has come over the spirit of the average British voter's dream. The collapse of the Times' charges, followed by the surprising result of the election in Kennington, caused it. Gladstone is now as big a man as grows on the other side of the ocean. Cheers greet every mention of his name, where the loyal Briton was wont to hiss ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 March 1889

MvB I i i teii t T2. A- CRYSTAL - PALACE,, To Be Almost Entirely of Glass on the Fifth lvenue Front, Hi GOING UP ON A FAMOUS TEIANGLK Anlhcient Laaujnark Back of the Court House, to Be .Displaced. EOW THAT JAG CAME TO BE LAID OUT. ' A famous old landmark on Fifth avenue extension is about to be displaced. The 'little square,'' 'or triangular piece of prop erty at the intersection of Fifth and Old avenues, "right under the shadow of the aplendid Court House, is about to be razed, and in its steada magnificent business block will be erected. The property is owned by K. T. McGeagh, a business man who occupies one of the stores in the block. The latter runs from 228 to 236 Fifth avenue, and on account of its odd appearance is a familiar place to nearly every resident of that upper portion of the city. Four of the buildings in the block are only one-storied structures. In one of the latter there lived since the square was put up, a familiar figure, known as "The Little 'Woman." She was o...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 March 1889

LjgU I -? ta'Ditpla advertisements one dollar per square for one insertion. Classified advertise tnentfon this page such as Wanted, lor Sale, 2b. Iet, ria, ten cents, per line or each inser tion, and none taken for less than fifty cents. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BRANCH OFFICES. For the accommodation of the public, Branch Offices have been established at the following places, where "Want, For Sale, To Let, and other transient ad vertisements "will bo received up to 9 P. M. for inser tion net morning: Advertisements are to be prepaid except where advertisers already hare accounts wlthTnEDlS TXTCB. PITTSBURG. THOMAS MCCAFFKKY, S5u8 Bnflcr street. E.MIL o. 8TUCKET. 2tth street and Fenn ave. E. G. STUCKEY A CO., Wylle ave. and Fnlton St. N. STOKIXY. 111th Avenue Market House. XJLET EKD. J. W. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue. OAKLAND. MCALLISTER A SHE1BLER, 5 th av. A Atwood St. EOUTH6ISZ. JACOBSPOHN. No. S Carson street. CHAS. SCHWARM, 1707 Carson street. ALLEGHENY. A. J. KAERCHEK, 59 rederal st...

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

?sr rVww' lf"5 w?& Kr re ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1848. Vol.44, &o S8. Entered at Pittsburg rostofflce, November H. W. as second-class matter. Business O See 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Room and Publishing- House 75, 77 id 79 DiamondStreet Average circulation of the dally edition of The Dispatch for alx months ending March 1, 1SS9, 27,988 Copies per Issue. Average circulation of the Sunday edition of The Dlspntch for February, 1SS9, 45,144 Copies per Itsne. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOSTAGE rKEE U THE UXTTID STATES, DATLVDisrATCH. One Year S 8 00 Dailt Dispatch, Per Quarter 2 00 'Dailt Dispatch, One Month 70 "Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one year WOO Dailt Dispatch, including Sunday, per quarter 2 50 Dailt Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month 90 "Elxdai Dispatch, oneyear 2 50 Weekly Dispatch, one year 125 The Daily dispatch is delivered by carriers at 15 cents per week, orlncludlng the Sunday edition. - at 20 cents per week. Voluntary contributors should Keep copies of ar...

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

?4 ,?H Ko r'aEWKvvs? .. r X-HT THE; PITTSBTTKtf DISPATOEJSII pB.J aU3ffwnf 'vyiTj A' VERY BLACK ETE Given Street Bailway legislation at the State Capital. THE DISLIKES OP POLITICIAKS Push the Necessities of the Case to One Bide for a Quarrel. t OEDEES STRAIGHT FEOM H. B. QUAI Atiinst Haree and Apportionment Ml for Closing the Session. Quay's orders against street railway leg islation makes an opening for Magee. Two Alleghenians aid the effort. TKe National Chairman settles the apportionment matter in favor of Delamater and will crack the whip to force an adjournment. Senator Grady tells why it is necessary, and the chances of some candidates are discussed in connection with the Lieutenant Governor ship. rFEOM X STAFF COBBISFOKDEXT.t Hakeisbukg, March 16. Mr. Quay's implacable enmity to Mr. Magee or any thing even remotely connected with him is held by those on the inside to be fully shown in the action of the Street Railways Committee of the House in send ing to that body with a neg...

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

na Kg ar 6! AfiEVIEWOFSPORTS, l Discussion as to "What is An Amateur Athlete, ASD A DEFINITION GIW. Some Opinions, Becaraing the Home Coming of J. M. Ward. I GOSSIP ABOUT THE PUGILISTS. Prospects of the Tear for Banning and Trotting Eaces. GENERAL SPOETIKG NEWS OP THE DAI Two or three days ago I had handed to me a copy of the Allegheny County Base ball Xieagne constitution. It is gotten up in a way that reflects credit on Mr. "W. J. Barr, who had the work of printing it in charge. There is, however, an exceedingly interesting statement or declaration in the constitution certainly of sufficient public in terest to -demand attention. The declara tion referred to is article 2, section 1, and reads as follows: "Professionals are not excluded from the ranks of the Allegheny County League as the qualities which go to make cp a crofessional have never been clearly defined." This is an indirect way of saying that an amateur has not been defined sufficiently clear to give us a correct idea a...

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

nan KTJ &i?jni iql.smiV-t?''' 1 ? pittsbuI -,w CITIZENCLETELAND Makes His First rnblic Speech Since He Was President, and DECLARES HIS LOVE OP COUNTRY In Eloquent and Kin?io? Utterances at the Banquet of THE FKIEOTLI SONS OP ST. PATRICK. Colombia Beady to Assist Weaker Rations In tie Strure'e r Fretdom. Ex-President Cleveland last evening at tended the banquet of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick. He responded to the toast, "The United States," and earned for him self a reputation as a good, sensible and patriotic after-dinner speaker. He declared that the national and State life is insepar able, and that this country is always ready to aid weaker nations in their struggles for independence. New Yobk, March 16. Ex-President Grover Cleveland made his first public ap pearance as a private citizen in New York and his initial speech since leaving the "White House at the one hundred and fifth anniversary dinner of the Friendly Sons of St Patrick at Delmonico's to-night. He appeared to...

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

'(MISUSE'S COMER. If She Doesn't Let Her Alleged Mes merizer Alone, a Jail Yawns. IF SHE DOES, SHE FEELS AFRAID. k Strange, Superstitions Insistence Upon an Imaginary Evil. UMPIRE DECEEE LOSES HIS LAWSUIT Judge Magee had a case before him in . the Criminal Court yesterday that was as odd a one as has been in the court for a long time. It was the surety of the peace case ot Peter Keitz against Miss Christine Horn berger, both of the Southside. Mr. Keitz is a married man, and claims that Miss Hornberger follows him on the street and calls at his house at night, annoy ing him constantly. When Hiss Hornburger was called on Tor her side of the case, she burst out with a yolnme of assertions that astonished the whole courtroom. She said that she was. 34 years of age, and knew Keitz for 18 years, and that she has been under a magnetic spell pnt upon her by him, all that time. She is completely subject to his will, and he takes possession of her when he pleases. She can't help herself, and ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 March 1889

seS- pPTf 1 PACET9 TO fc. "H -H : H1 :SECOHD PART. s. C-- BILL flYE AS A HOST. He Formulates a Series of Enles for Guests at a Model Hotel. A SEARCH FOE A PAIR OF SOGKS. Some Pleasant and Peculiar Features of the Inauguration. STRAIGHT TIP TO FUTURE PEESIDENTS lujuiTcr ron the bispatcili Washe-gtos, D. C.f in the Midst of Much, 1889. HE other day I saw the black slippers of Lady "Washington in the red South Church in Boston. They are made of -satin or silk, to T&slq or faille francaise or 88a cheese cloth, or some of those rich fabrics, and have high slender heels. .They are not -what could be called common Isense shoes. They seem to lack that com pound more than anything else. They are i good style of Bhoe for a lady to extend in a nonchalant way from the folds of her dress while conversing with a person of keen dis crimination, bnt they are poor things for reanng purposes. I could not well help contrasting the com , fort and the cost of clothing in the old times with the comfo...

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

s WfJW 1 FinsBTmf:cmDYWGMmWS -. 10 tow the schooner down the bayou ou,t of danger of the fire ! Man the boats 1 Hove the schooner I" There was no danger that the order would not be heard. The dead could have heard it, if anything is ever heard bv the dead. Orton" came near losing his guard when that burst of startling sound broke from the old man's bearded mouth. The edge of the cutlass reached his bhoulderlightlv, but did not sever the covering afforded by his jacket. As an experiment the young man now tried desperately to disarm Bochon, but the rapier was too light and Boehon's hand too strong for that. The effort save the old man an advantage in the end which cost Orton a wound, slight, but painful, on the top of cis Head, while be in turn pricked liochon in the left shoulder so degp that the blood spun forth rather freely. Both men felt that the struggle must soon end, and each felt confident that it would end in his favor. The action became furious, as if to keep time with the ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 March 1889

fv 3 i' PTIPS TO TEAYELERS. -Henry Haynie Tells Americans How to Live Comfortably in Paris AT A COST OP SIX FEAKCS PEE DAT. The Sights of the Gay Capital and How Tisitors May Enjoy Them WITHOUT PATIKG A DOUBLE PEICE rCOEBiEPOKPENCE OF TItE DISrATCH.l Paris, March 7. EOM England there are three routes to Paris the Dover Calais and the Folke stone Line, either of 'which lands you in Gare dn Kord, and the Xewhaven and Dieppe, which puts you down in the Gare St. Lazare. There isalso a fourth route Tia Southamp ton to HaTre hy boat and thence by rail to Paris, which you may tafce and which also lands you in the Gare St. Lazare station. These routes may be divided into as many categories that is to say the quickest, the best and the cheapest. If you voyage by the Eed Star Line they have two or three steamers which are excellent and all the captains are staunch Americans, although the vessels sail under the Belgian flag you land at Antwerp, whence you come through Brussels by rail into the...

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

& W, t sy it s -r T-4 12 NlN THE SOCIAL SWIM. Topics of interest to society people are in telligently discussed in the following para graphs. The writer also answers many qnesiions on points of etiquette raised by correspondents. The average man or woman, whether in society or out, will find the replies both interesting and instruc tive: First At an afternoon card party, where ladies only are present, am I, as hostess, to go to the dining room first, or to follow the guests, directed by a servant? Second And on returning to the drawing room, do I go first? Third In taking callers into the parlor, should I lead the way, or step back and tay, "Please step into, etc.?" Hiss Igxobjutce. First Tes, go first. Second Yes. Third Lead the way to the door, open it and invite the guests to precede you. Should a lady and gentleman attend a church wedding in full dress? "Would it be proper for lady to wear light dress, opera cloak and to remove her bonnet? In the evening yes, if preferred. I...

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

or. V w. -iV ..y". . IAKOHIDFINYENTIOI Prot X S. Shaler Keviews Becent Important Discoveries. AS ENTIRELY SEW SEWAGE IDEA. Arguments for and Against tho Adoption of Cremation. A I5KIDGE PKOM KNGLA5D TO FEAXCE. rwKITTCr rOB THE IPATCH.J EG EXT experi ments in Leeds, England, appa rently give some new and important information con cerning the treat ment of sewage. The plan of the treatment is to car- KonlTA Iit firi nil riS 'le animal and vegetable matter in pits, using the material so treated to filter and purify the fluid ele ments in the waste. The advantages of this treatment consist ia-the following features: The process of burning rids the solid part of the fluid of its noxious quality, and affords at the same time in the burnt waste an admirable substance through which to filter the contaminated waters. Further more, the ashy material becomes an excel lent manure through the materials which it takes up in the filtering process, and can be delivered to the farmer in shape fit fo...

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

tf 14 ERIN'S PATRON SAINT. Interesting Facts, About the Birth, Conversion and Death of KOBLE AKD PIOUS ST. PATRICK. Teaching Christianity and Introducing Civilization. THE SHAMEOCE SI1IB0L OF THE TEIMTI S W Kllll.lt FOB TBI DISPATCH.l F all the saints in the calendar, there is probably none other whose natal day is go generally known and observed in this coun try as is that of St Patrick. Tct it is also probable that there is none other of whose personal his tory we have less knowledge. Many writers have even denied that such a man as St Patrick ever existed. They claim that the origin of such a character was due to the proneness to hero worship possessed by the masses of all lands, and that the virtues and deeds ascribed to St Patrick are either purely imaginary or else those ofa number of individuals finally attributed to one and greatly magnified by popular imagination. This view is not the correct one. Both traditionary and written history prove con clusively that such a man as ...

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

t. FIGHTMG APACHES. Captain King Relates Interesting and Thrillinsj Incidents of SOME WILD EIDES IN THE WEST. Chasing Indian Cattle ThiCTes Through Arizona. A LIVELY BATTLE AT SUSSET PASS rfBtmx toe the DisrATcn.2 EN. CEOOK was completing in 1874 the task of subjugating a hith e r t o intractable tribe and no mau erer commanded in Arizona who better knew the Apaches, treated them better when they would behave or thrashed them better when thev wouldn't. All his predecessors had found their methods too slow for so nimble an enemy. Precipi-J tons mountains, jagged and impassable can yons and scorching deserts all aided the In dians and hampered the troops. Finally the Government selected Crook, despite the fact that he was then only a Lieutenant Colonel, and gave him command of that dismal department on his brevet rank of General; sent him a regiment of cavalry to replace one that had had some years of un lucky experiences in the territory, and the General himself took the field and pr...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 March 1889

i y k Tree's 16 ! HOW PAPER IS MADE. Processes by Wlych Various Crude Materials Are Converted Into AN ARTICLE OP UNIVERSAL USE. Glimpses of a Factory Where Wonder Working Machinery Abounds, PACTS ABOUT THE PAFEE BAG INDUSTET fWElTTEX FOE TUE DISPATCn.3 HEEE is probably no manufactured ar ticle more nselul to the world than paper, nor any substance that is capable of be ing utilized in a greater variety of ways. Aside from its common ucs in vrrit- icg and printing, which alone render it in dispensable to civilized man, it is found to be of the highst utility and value for hundreds of other prac tical purposes. It is made into carwheels, cars, boats and scores ot other serviceable articles. The house builder finds it useful in the walls, roofs and interiors of dwell ings; boxes, barrels, bags and similar re ceptacles are made from it in almost limit less sizes, styles and rarities; in the form of papier mache it is made serve as material for molds and for architectural ornaments; whil...

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