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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 March 1889

IM FIRST PART. I ' " - Wg WUibUm $K$iftXrf)t PAGES ij,r ' ;' 'ffi OETT-POURTH KLLH1STRIALS0VER Justice Stanley Matthews, of the -" U. S. Supreme Court, Breathes His Last Fa great jurist is gone. CAfleran Illness of Oyer a Year fio GiTes Up Life's Battle. END OF A YEY EEHABKABLE CAEEEB, A Cincinnati Boy Who Bote to a Height Attained by Few From the Teacher's Fernle to the Xewspaper's Helm, Then From War to Peace and the Legal Pro fession His Appointment to the Su preme Bench by Two Presidents A Man of Varying Political Sentiment but Honest in All Sketch of Hie Lire Funeral Arrangements Gossip Already as to Hla Sncceor. Associate Justice Matthews it dead. The sorrowful event occurred at 10:05 o'clock yesterday morning. Although his friends' hopes of his recovery had been stimulated by more cheering reports, of late, the news of his demise was by no means unexpected. The Supreme Court and the United States Senate adjourned immediately upon the receipt of the sad intelligence. The inter...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 March 1889

J, 2 - THE PITT8BTJBG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, MABCH, , 23, 1889. R . --- -...M .. i - i Ill I l .. i - I I' I I i . Sftt.. -- "i i v with quiet ..laughter. "I tried it for two months andthen gT' it ip. I wish now I had never touched, it. It's a pretty poor (, your Honor."' In the examination of S. Sehenot, Judge "While asked if he drd not curse the Court last year because he did not obtain a license. The witness said he never swore. His Honor then remarked; "You don't look like a man who would swear at us. But still, I suppose we have often been sworn at. I've gotten "White Cap letters and all that" In the afternoon His Honor remarked to James S. Jiles, who promised to atart a-res-tanrant: Tve heard it said that the road to the lower place is paved with cood intentions." CONTINUANCE RECOMMENDED. James Slattery. 3106 Penn avenue, was asked: "What did you th last year:" "Kept billiard and pool room." "Well, 1 think you. had better continue in that business." Valentine Shaffer, corner of M...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 March 1889

M - ' " n 8- - THE. PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SATTJEDAT, 'MARCH 23, 1889. ' - 3 - W:A FOE SAUr-IMPRQTEP HEAL ESTATE. JOR SALE-LOTS. I FOR SALE-BDSINESS. I TO LET. I TO LET. I fllXETIKGS. .APT?gT?:?J?ff??2: u Vvl 'East End Residences. TT'OR BALK-SEVERAL ELEGANT HOMES A? MBellcfleld and Shadyslde GEO. JOHN STON. .Agent, 62 Fourth ve. mnS-gj FOR SALE-A VERY NICE COTTAGE, CON ..... TAIN IN G& rooms and 2 attic rooms, corner Ulthiidgeand Fllmoretts., Bellefield; lot 40X134 Oh). JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave Fi R SALE-NEW FRAME HOUSE ROOMS, AtnlntltMl Hlk. W.m TT- T IWn4r (alAi handsome front; now rented for CI a month: price (2.200; a gooa Investment. C a. LOVE, S3 mhS-C uurin avenue TTlORSALE--ROOMHOU8E,WITHALLMOD-X EKN Improvements, corner Lane aTe. and Juniata St., East End; lot. 82x120 feet; beautifully located: price low. MCUUNE & COULTER, Agents, 88 Fourth are. mhl6-80-s "T710R SALE-K,800. WARD ST., OAKLAND--U 3-story ana mansard rrame dwelling of 7 rooms, hall, vestibule, bath...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 March 1889

' K i I i a ? IBfVanK 4- " i 'SsssssssssssssB ST 4 THE PlTTSBTJRG- ' DISPATCH, SATURDAY, ' MARCH 23, 1889. "f 'X- ; : s : "" . I Mje Bippfelj. t. . ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1S46. Vol. Ho 41. Entered at Pittsburg rostofflce, November 1, ISS7, as second-class matter. Business Office 07 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average circulation of the daily edition of The Dispatch for six months ending March 1, 1SS9, 27,988 Copies per issue. Average circulation of the Sunday edition of The Dispatch for February, 1SS9, 45,144 Copies per issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. I POSTAGE rKEE IN TUX EXITED STATES. DAILTUiSPAtciL One Year. 1 8 00 DAtLI DISPATCH, Per Quarter. 2 00 Daily Dispatch, One Month. 70 DAU.V Dispatch, including bnnday, one year 10 00 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter. 2 SO Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month 90 buxDAi Dispatch, one year. : 50 V eekli Dispatch, one year. 1 3 The Daily Dispatch is delivered by carri...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 March 1889

.-v :wi THE PITTSBTJUG DISPATCH,. SATIUBDAY; MARCH 23, 1889. w ;$ V i V t& TIGILANTES ON DECK. ! - An Armed Band of Citizens After the JlcClellandtown Fiends. THEY WILL BE SHOT OK STARVED. Bobbers Ire Plentiful, and Are Xow Giving Ohio a Taste. r ILL THE NEWS FROM JfEAE-BI TOWlfS rSPECtALTELEGKAMTO THE DISPATCH.1 TJsiosiowjt, March 22. At intervals from 7 o'clock to midnight last night men on horseback, mostly alone, occasionally in pairs, 'were seen to leave TJniontown, ap pearing at random from all directions, bat all galloping away toward the mountains. Few who saw them snspected that this was a party of vigilantes, organized secretly, and which has been the only organized ex pedition yet made to capture the JlcClel landtown robbers. 'There were ten from TJniontown and five from the vicinity of the latest outrages of the band, among them two of the victims from McClellandtown. They were to have been joined by 25 or 30 picked men along the road and from the vicin ity of the ou...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 March 1889

WEREOUTFORBLOOD Tlie Boys Make Tilings Liyely at Manchester and THE ALL AMERICAS WIN One of the Finest Games Flayed On the Tour. A KOTED STALLION CEIPFLEp. Pittsburg's Ball Team May Go to Mexico Kelt Fall. . GENEBALSPOETIKG KEWSOP THE DAT Spalding's baseball teams played ibe most exciting game of tbeir tour yesterday at Manchester. The score teas twice tied. The playing was brilliant and the All Americas, iron by only one run. The weather was fine and the grounds were in excellent condition, bat the attendance was not as large as expected. The players were entertained in the evening. To-day their English programme will terminate at Liverpool. tBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH. Mjlkchestek, March 22. (Copyright). The American ball players did not attract as much attention here as at Glasgow, dining cars not being such a cariosity here, bat several thousand people visited the station daring the day to see the handsome special train and the celebrated athletes. The weather was the brightest ye...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 March 1889

. t h " " ' v SH T - THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATTJKDAY, MARCH 23, 1889. 7 'HP BK . . . a . W TOBIES ON THE EOT. bismabok explains. BOYS AND WILDCATS. pamo at a hue. ALL HIS TRIALS OYER. rafeAttnrnor' finnor-il WfihSLftr ir- Y "n lo Declare Either War or A L Attacked in the House. fcHE ACKNOWLEDGES IMPRUDENCE, 3Bn.t"Attempts an Elaborate Defense of His Coarse of Action. PARNELL CRUSHES HIS PITIFUL PLEA The Ins. Leader Delia Any Member to Impeach His Veracity. The House of Commons was the scene of another warm debate on the Irish question yesterday. The Liberal members made a fierce attack on the Government in general and the Attorney General in particular. "Webster replied, acknowledging impru dence, bnt denying the connection of the Government with the Timet' case, Parnell rose, and in a few brief sentences effectually silenced all opposition. London, March 22. In the House of Commons to-day Sir Wm. Vernon Har conrt, resuming the discussion regarding theParnell Commission, declared ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 March 1889

i. BUSINESS IS BETTER. Bradstreet's Reports Show a Slight bat General Improvement PBEVAILING IN ALL SECTIONS, Dan's EeTiew, HoweTer, Says a Eeactlon Is Affectinff Pittsbnrg. NO LIGHT OK THE IBOff SITUATION lerxciAi. TiLraRAnK) tot cisrATcn. i New York, March 22. The moderate gains in the movement of general mer chandise throughout the country reported in special telegrams to Bradstreet's last week still continue more conspicuously at Chicago, Omaha, St. Joseph, Kansas City, Burlington, Louisville and Cincinnati. All through the "West, too, pleasant -weather is having an effect upon trade, northern Mis souri and Iowa centers report improving mercantile collections, bnt Sonthern and some central Western cities note no special change. Farm work is progressing at the Sonth. Florida is shipping fewer vegetables, owing to loss from rain. Groceries, boots and shoes and hardware are relatively in most active request throughout the country. Bain in Kansas and California has greatly improved ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 March 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH SECOND PART. PAGES 9 TO 12. IXOW FIRST ISERIESOFSHORT STORIES 1 By J. Marsden Sutcliffe, ENTITLED S&DHE KOMAMJE OF M JBeiso Passages ijt the Expebiencb BER, Formerly General Manager of ALL SIGHTS Tiis Way of Hie World. COXCIATDED. in. In the summer of 1857 all England was plunged into the wildest state of excitement and alarm by the tidings that certain Sepoy regiments had mutinied and our Indian em pire was in danger. There was only one man in England, probably, to whom that grieyons disaster came as welcome news. That man was Pierce "Wharton, to whom, indeed, the national calamity offered an un expected respite from the danger that threatened. The th, after receiving orders to return home, had been detained to assist in quelling the mutiny, and "Wharton was inclined to back out of Dr. "Westlake's plan for raising the wind, trusting to the chances- of war for escape, from his dilemma. Xowndes might be shot; a hundred things might happen to give him final ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 March 1889

V " ' ' WwtTWW,' - " HHPfMPW -" ' rlWPP The Following Applications for LicensB-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 1, 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 they are published: Pittsburg. First "Ward. Name of Applicant. Place Where License Is Applied For. Present Residence J Bennett. George H..v , Finttavunne th wara Pittsburg Bennett, JameSK....:NoI35FlmTen,1 21st ward, Pittsburg Bauman, Barthold No. 418 Ferry street 1st ward, Pittsburg Buffum, J. C Nos. 209 and 211 Market street. 19th ward, Pittsburg BonistaHe, Frank .No. 10 Diamond square 1st ward, Pittsburg Darlington & Co. Nos. UO and U2 Firs...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 March 1889

, THE MABKET BASKET. Fisli and Oysters Continue Active at .' ' Expense of Meats. NEW VEGETABLES IN GOOD DEMAND i f - (Eggs and Creamery Butter DownPoultry Higher and Firm. IEKT "QUIETING TO FLOKAL LINES office of pittsbubo Dispatch, office "Feidat Mircn 22, issa. I Visit to the meat stalls of Diamond Mar ket developed no new ieatures in the week's trade. Prices have undergone no change. Choice cuts sell for the same price as they did last fall when 1,500-pound steers brought S30 more than they brine to-day. On tbo rougher portions of beef, batchers are ready to make concessions on prices rather than lose a customer. The low prices of boiling meat, bides and tallow, they claim compels them to keep up prices on choice cats. Said an old time stockman a day or two ago: "American people are determined to have the best of the beef at any cost and hence batchers find it bard to dispose of the low grade meat which makes up the principal part of the cattle. There is no let-up to the active t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 March 1889

A DAT MA HOSPITAL. Good Work Performed by Pittsburg's Many Institutions for THE ALLEVIATION OF SUFFERING. An Accident Ward the Correct Barometer of Business. THE SWIFT AND SILENT OPERATORS Since a hospital was established at Caesarea, in the latter part of the fourth century, there has been a great advance in the science of healing. Medical and sur gical pathology ere that time, and, in fact, much later, being somewhat rude. It is true that Hippocrates had. in a measure, re duced the knowledge of ."Esculapius to prac tice, so far as it was safe to improve on a god, and had raised the science of healing to the dignity of a learned profession, yet he was hampered by the superstition that forbade the dissection of dead bodies, and his "humorous" treatise on blood, phlegm, black bile and yellow bile, whiie adum brating the results of research of modern times was yet so crude that at present it would provoke a smile were it not that the age in which it was produced is taken into consider...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 March 1889

"4 FORTY-FOTJKTH YEAR UNIT! AT M PRICE, The Salisbury Cabinet Putting . on a Bold Face and Declaring That NAUGHT SHALL PART THEM. 'An Alleged American Startling Lon don With Hypnotic Tests. THE FEIXCE OF WALES TUTS SOLDIER A Week of Turmoil, Storm nod Stress in Parliament Gladstone Misses All the l'nn Tlie Tories Swallow a Drastic Dose for the Sake of Appearing Ilar monions Why the BUI to Purify tho Iloase of Lords Had No Show What ever 31. Antolne Not Exactly the Man to Bent Bonlangtr Picon's Nome Be coming Tiresome to the British Public Tbe Heir to the Throne Sharply Criti cised In Several London Newspapers. Despite tbe nausea which the Salisbury Cabinet must feel, a pretense of unity and harmony is kept up in their organs. This provokes the statement that their fall, when it does come, will be bnt the harder. A week of terrible turmoil and trouble has just closed in Parliament The Grand Old Man missed the fun, through enforced ab sence, but proposes to get even -this week. A wond...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 March 1889

gJDHBPrrSBUB"6lDI8PXT0Hf , ,.y r i i i r VI THIS CI1T AND TEXAS A Lono Star Citizen Tells of Local Products Wanted South, SUGGESTING A FAIEER EXCHANGE. Freight Bates to Kew Tork and Back to 'Frisco the Cheapest IN SPITE OP THE INTER-STATE LAWS. Mr. A. F. Dignowity, of San Antonio, Tex., is in the city, having in view exchange of commodities between that section and this, and he says there are two ways of re ducing the great Democratic majority in his State, one by supplanting the Democrats there by good, substantial .Republicans from over-abundant Republican centers here, and another by more freely commin gling our commercial interests with those in Texas. Said he: "You have surpluses of oil, iron, etc, which can readily be ex changed for cheap lands, beef, sheep and wool and Texas climate thrown in, all of which can be brought about by square Seal ing and plain talk. Mr. Dignowity was born in Arkansas, and, being related to the celebrated traveler we have all heard of. gravitated e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 March 1889

ni i -- i nil . .. ' - - - i . i Msiiiissisisssis ' J F ' iB ihYaiiJuow. .A Second Charge of, Harder Against , -- , , , Gas Line Inspector. ' James Irwin, the inspector of the Carne gie'Gas Company, was arrested yesterday afternoon in tireenstmn: on a secouu i"iuS6 of; murder. The warrant was issued at the instigation of the friends of 'William E a Bogan, from tuu U1CU UIC tlb J- t" ..-.-- injuries received at the gas explosion Harrison City on Saturday last. Irwin at is now in jail. Prominent counsel have been employed to conduct the prosecution. They s Messrs. 'Wentling, Miller and Moorhead are & onnsel. Jieaa. jjwin uasnoiyemuyaK". w Ui 41 :n KMU)iltf Ko "Pitrshnr t talent. Uflk U1CV Will UIUMBWJ -.... 0 -- Irwin is also charged with the murder xr-i t- l-;ilx4 incfonllr. SlI of Since icvree, who was .- . , V . i. !.- ? I -i rAHo w Trwin has been stopping at the house of a Greensburg friend, James Mc Williams, he having as sured the Sheriff that he would appear when wanted. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 March 1889

TKE PlTTSBTTRtf DISPATCH, SITNDAT: MMGH2188 r n i i -. W$ M$&t ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY Jt 1S46L Vol.44, Xo . Entered at Pittsburg Postofflce, 2,'ovember 14, 1SS7, as second-class mutter. Business Office 07 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average circulation of the dally edition of The Dispatch for six months ending March 1, 1SS9, 27,988 Copies per Issue. Average circulation of the Sunday edition of The Dispatch for February, 1SSD, 45,144 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. I"OSTAGE FKEF. IT THK UNITED STATES. DAH.T DISPATCH. One Year 8 00 Dailt Dispatch, Per Quarter 2 00 Daily Dispatch, One Month 70 Dailt Dispatch, including bunday, one year 10 00 Dailt Dispatch, Including Sunday, per qoarter 2 50 Dailt Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month W So-day Dispatch, oneycar 2 50 eekly Dispatch, one year 125 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at IS cents per week, orlncludlngthefeundayedltlon. at 20 cents per week.. Toluntary...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 March 1889

!W AFRAID OF AMERICA. Tho Welch Tin Plate Manufacturers Hate Decided Thai They WOULD LIKE TO FORM A TJHJST, Bnthej Pear Possible Competition in the United States. THE TARIFF IS THEIE GREAT DREAD. Labor Dkpntts Alw a Frolifhl Cxnse ef Protracted Troubles. Trusts arc just now a subject of lirely in terest in England in general, and Vales in particular. The tin plate manufacturers are endeavoring to effect a combination, but fierce competition will probably prevent the deal. The manufacturers are very much afraid that Americans will take to mating tin plate, and thus spoil their best market IBY CABLE TO THE DISPATCH. Liverpool, March 23. Copyright. There is much talk just now of various trusts. A corner has been firmly fixed in fire bricks and fire clay, and the iron makers and others who use these articles are already howling over an advance of 15 to 20 per cent in prices. The Coal Trust, which, with a capital of 100,000. 000, was to have made the biggest American corner seem small, h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 March 1889

P Q Y "r ' " " '" 'T' "-T-" T'"iflWPiPnSffHJ A REVIEW of spoirrs Some Opinions Regarding Ball Players and Actors. MS. T7AED CRITICISED. A Few Kew Features of the Classifi cation Flan. AN AMATEUR BOAT CLUB NEEDED. Gossip Al)out Smith and Mitchell and Leading Pugilists. GENERAL BPOETIKG NEWS OP THE DAT Sometimes there is much to he learned from comparisons and sometimes there is nothing at all. Comparisons when correct ly and opportunely made always contain some interesting features and are, as a rule, well worth the studying. During the last few days, however, Mrs. Helen Dauvray "Ward has come before thepublic comparing ball players and actors in a way that I fear will not redound to that lady's calculatire and literary merit It might be fairer to say, perhaps, that she contrasts ball players and actors. However a cor rect definition of what the lady's effort is may be immaterial. The great object of Mrs. Ward is to show that ballplayers, as far as their salaries are concerned, are a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 March 1889

fPTETSBUEQl QUEEN TIC IN A STEW. Her Majesty Greatly Disgusted With Her Sojourn in Biarritz. BOTHERED WITH A KED KOSE. Naughty Newspaper Men Telling Fanny Fairy Stories About Her. BISMARCK AFTEE A BRITISH BE1DE. So Other Eeison AisfeMble for the Tonne Grant Visit to Enslani Queen Victoria has caught a cold and is in worse spirits than usual. She dislikes Biarritz more than ever. It is claimed that special correspondents have been tele graphing exaggerated stories about Her Majesty. The object of Count Herbert Bismarck's visit to London is yet a mys tery, though it is thought that he is after an English bride. JBT CABLE TO THK DISPATCH.: LOXDOK, March" 23. Copyright. Queen Victoria is still dissatisfied with Biarritz. The balmy breezes which were to have fanned her into renewed youth have proved unavailing. They have been cruelly cold, have spoiled the royal complexion, and have rendered ruddier the always rubi cund royal nose. Her Majesty has also caught cold, and the roy.il temper,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 March 1889

8 MEDICALLY YIEWED. The PhysicalEffects of Alcohol Upon the Human System. DOCTOR BRUMBAUGH'S LECTURE. Therj is Ko Necessity, lie Says, to Give Whisky to Sick Persons. HOW THE HEAET IS AFFECTED BI IT. At the School of Anatomy yesterday aft ernoon, Dr. S. O. Brumbaugh, Assistant Surgeon of the Eighteenth Kegimeut, X. G'. P., lectured on "Alcohol and Tobacco," and Dr. E. C. Matson delivered a talk on the "Head and Keck." In his address the former said: The American people are to-day confronted by a. question of political and social imuort Jnlly as crave as the question of slavery, which not a quarter of a ceutury ago shook this nation of ours from center to circumference, and spilled the life blood of more than 3,000,000 of our people. The grasp which alcohol to-day maintains upon our national and social life is even more far reaching than that of her sis ter evil slavery. In the sick room alcohol is a potent power by which youth, beauty and virtue are snatehed from death, but in the b...

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